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? BLBOANTLY FUBNIIHBD BOOMS, HN9IJ iJD i boa lWro?t offies. a VTTftVlSTlSD HOUSB TO LET? SUITABLE FOR A A Apply At WIKaat Fifty, street, near Third avenue. A fTRST CLASS BROWN RTOKB HOU8B AND A Urn stable attached, to rent, In the beet location In K?oklyn* apportion or sSof the Furniture for Mia. Apply J5!T PERKINS, 717 Broadway. N. T. Apartments eleoabtly furnished, without board, at 13# Eighth atreet, bMwtts Broadway and FourUi avenue. ROB FRONT BOOM AND ONE OB TWO AD jiinf Bedroom*, furn.shed or unfurniahed, to let, at (roadway. oorner of Twelfth street a HANDSOME FUBNISHBD FRONT PABLOR TO A lat, to gentlemen, Including gaa, No. 101 Baat Thlrtaanth ?treat, ooraar of Fourth avenue, near Broadway aad Union 4 PRIVATE FAMILY WILL LET, WITHOUT BOARD, a very handsomely furnished Floor, oonveuient to the i Avenne Hotel, to a aeleot party of two or tbree gentle ?mb; the beat referenoea live a and required. Thoae wishing Brat class acoommodaUoos can addreaa Q. W. L, Herald 95?=: Apartments to lbt-to a small family; * Rooms, with privilege of bath, hoi and cold water and a, on second floor. In the private house 176 East Klftj-Ofth |m, on flAKt T FLUSHING, L. I. -FURNISHED COTTAGE TO . let, within Art minutes' walk of the depot. Appi/ *t *ichange place, first floor, rear office. PLEASANT BOOM TO I.ET. WITHOUT BOARD IN a private house, with bath, fas, Ac. Apply at 14U Weat tenth street PRIVATE FAMILY. HAVINO MORE BOOM JHAN tbay require, would let a ?eoond Floor, furnished. to a ly of gentlemen or gentleman and wife; the home baa all tenieooes and good location. Inquire at 149 East Fort/ ith street. Best of reference given and required. 43 A WIDOW LADT HAVINO THREE LABOB BOOMS JL f umlabed far two or three gentlemen, without board, JFweuld rent the floor (all Roorol) for housekeeping pur moees. Gaa, bath, stationary tuba. House private. Bent WHv to a good tenant. Call at 91 Weat Thirteenth atreet. WIDOW LADY. WITHOUT FAMILT, WILL RENT tlie Upper Part of an elegant House, unfurnished; een rooms, dining room and kitchen, with bowling ?Uey; houae Is first clans, location unsurpassed. None but ?eaponaible parties dealt with. Apply At 10 Brevoort place Ran lb street), near Broadway. m ET CruaH; VM N BLBOANT COUNTRY SBAT TO LEASE FOR A term of yeara at Klngsbrldge, on the Harlem river; 11 of ground, beautifully laid out; also a fine orchard, ?table and all other outbuildings. The house Is sub tle lly and exquisitely finished. Connected with the *erty la a Cottage House and an Oyster Bed, which In If la exceedingly valuable. Altogether It is just such a aa a gentleman of wealth would appreciate. It la Jv well adapted for a first olaaa olub bouse, belug within ?borl distance of Jerome'a new race oourae at Fordham. nt $7 ,?00 per annum. JOSEPH MASON, 29 Pine atreet A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED BOOM. WITH OR without bedroom attached, to let to single gentlemen, tk a private family, at 88 West Fourth atreet, waabington B$nars. BROWN STONE HOUSB ON THIRTY-FOURTH . atreet and Sixth avenue to let: also Houae Thirty ond street and Sixth avenue, furnished; also unfurnished nd Story, Fourteenth street and Eighth avenue; also nd Story on Third avenue, five rooms. Possession un SMdlately. THOMPSON, 7S0 Broadway, room No. 4. Y)ACK ROOM, SECOND FLOOR, BACK BASEMENT MJ and Entry Beilruom. and a Floor partly furnished or fcnfurntahed, to a small family of two persons. 170 West Vfcirty-elghth atreet. IJBOANTLY FURNISHED APARTMENTS TO LET, to suit one or two gentlemen, with all the dealrable forte of a home. In Mendea Houae, 6(1 and M7 Broad ; above Bleecker street. ILOORS THROUGH, WITH MARBLE MANTELS. grates, gas, water, water closets, Ac. ; new bouse, 944 ,d avenue; for small, neat families; only tbree amall illles. Apply to W M. McEVILY, ?on the premises. R RENT? A DESIRABLE HOUSE AT 80UTH BER gen , rent $600. About #306 furniture must be taken. HplUbury, Herald office. N18HED FLOOR ? CONTAINING THREE ROOMS, to let. Referenoe required. 183 Eaat Twenty-seventh iJtUR & i 1PURV JP atr ?Mend, RNI8HED HOUSE TO LET? ELEOAKT FIVE story brown atone, extra alxe, 30x75 feet. In West Four th street, for eight months or longer, to a private family ?ant >600 per month. Addreaa box 1,666 Post office. URNISHED HOUSE8 TO LBT? ON TWELFTH atreet, elegantly furnished;, $400 a month; on Twenty $400; on Eleventh, $900; on Seventeenth, $480. ADAMS 4 CO., 989 Broadway. %IWBNISHBD HOUSE TO LET? OR THE FURNITURE J? will be sold reasonably; houae In good order, and pleaa ?>tly situated In Thirty-third street. Present occupant prii the city. Apply to JAMB8 BPBOLE, 98 Ann street. VURNIBllED HOUSB TO BENT-ON WEST THIRTY M- 8ftb atreet, to a amall responsible family, four story Eng. pah basement, with everything necesaarv for housekeeping; Weald rent for the wluter or till May 1, 186ft, at $203 ner ?Math, or would rant the beat portion of the houae furnished #8 ? reasonable rate to a amall family. JAB. R. EDWARDS, 177 West Twenty-third street fJROCERY STORE TO LET? AND FIXTURES FOR XT aaleeheap. Apply at 78 Carmine street IDBOMRLY FURNISHED APARTMENTS, WITH uae of honaakeeplngt atrlctly private family; modern nents; references exchanged. Apply at 186 Tblr I atreet, between Lexington and Third avenues. OUSB TO LBT? BO. 188 WBST BIOHTBBNTH atreet; three story brick aad basement: modern I to rn! $1,000. Apply te A. P. Mange, No. 9 ^jT?et 1 CU8B8 TO LBT? FUBNISHBD OB UBFUBNISHED, in the beet localities In the city; partlee having sucb find respectable and responsible tenanta by applying to O A CO. '8 Heal Batata Office, Fifth Avenue Hotel. B7BVRBAL FUBNISHBD HOUSB8 IB BROOKLYN. IN p good situations, at moderate rent; $300 to $900 per fiaenth. Apply to O. W. SIMMONS, Jr., 98 Broadway. ? X FIRST CLASS FURNISHED HOUSES TO LET ? Rent $400 per month and upward*. Central location, Madiaoo and Fifth avenue*. Private family . A. 8EROEANT, ? Wall atreat. B*b h, EE TO LET ON BROADWAT-NO. OS; STORE ? by HO; will rent until Mar. or will (Ire long lease to a *? party. Apply ko F. P. PERK1NV A BRO , 7X7 Broad f TORE TO RENT? Iff ONE OF THE BEST CP TOWN block* on Broadway; rent moderate; l^aae and Fli m for aale. Apply In the store I. ISO Broadway, between rent? eighth and Twenty-ninth atreota. LET-PERSONS RENTING HOUSES OR HAVING room* to let, oan be supplied with Furniture, Carpet*, ling Ac., at BEXDALL A SCOTTS, 109 and 111 tludaon ' corner of Canal, ai.d pay by Instalments If preferred. LET-IN A OOOD HEALTHY LOCATION, A Ft EST Has* newly furnished three story brown stone front aa. with all the modern improvamanla; poseession im dlately. Apply to the owner. ISO Eaat forty ninth street. t I.RT-IN ORANGE, N. J., A FINE NEW HOUSE, newly and handsomely furnished. Tor further partiou atdresa hoi 100 Poet oflloe, Orange, N. J. ffW LKT-A NICIiLY FURN1 -HBD FRONT ROOM, A. wtth gaa and use of bath, to one or two gentlemen, frttliout beard, in a private faiiuty. convenient to atagea anil fart. A ppty at U M ?clougal street. fTH? LET? WITIIOt T BOARD, FUKNItfllED OR UN ?A furulehed. a splendid I'arlor and Kitsnilon; aim mjv ?ral large and well lui nUhed Attic lloouis, at 21 SI. klark'a PLRT? At STATEN ISLAND. FCR THE WINTER mouths, I* large brick limine, comfortably furtlUhed. mm the shore road, a few minute* from New Brighton and Vanipkl Motile ferries; liable on the premise* and gool ?rater. Term* moderate. Apply to C. if rtTEBBIN'S, Ku jj?- n, H.y. orC. H. HTEWART, No 8 I'lns street, N. T. If*) LRr-IN ?INO SING. A FURNISHED DOUSE, OR A Part of llonae. at reasonable rent, or would take a fmn ?y to Hoard Inquire of H. C. Westiak", No. Plue Mpaet, between 10 and 3. or addrea* boi M Hlng Smg. r) LET? STOR AOK FOB FlTRNITtTRE AND MF.R ehandlse. at mo<leiate rite*, on Eighth avenue, rntranne pernor of Thirty. third street only Apply to II. JULIAN, BO the premises E> LET? FROM OCTOBER 1 THREE 91' ITS OFKLB ?anlly Furnished Apartments, without hoard, uonal t of three parlor*, on first, second and third floors, with panaecting bedrooms, admirably adapted to a select party of meonii pewit, house la Drat class and convenient to fifth Avenue Hotel Family private, and no other lodgers ?Ketved A party detlrlng (be eiclutlve uac of the most ?esirabl* portion of an elegant private realdenoe may ad Erttaa W. W. Herald office. LRT? STORE, OFFICE. CELLAR AND LOFT. AT 7<M*lno stteet. H1NHY BENE A OO. rro LKT? To A PART* OF GENTLEMEN, A NEWI.T A fnrnlshsd *e mid story; only those that can pay to**U Ike times need apply, four mluulee' walk from tne Fifth Aaen.ie llotei; reference leqiuej. M Eaat Berentreuth at. r LET-TWO NICELY FURNISHED PAKLOR*. wlili Pianos >lai several email Rooms. Apply at l.llt prtmdwav, nest doo: below ML Jamas Hotel. rj'O I.KT-BRI' K HOUSE MODERN IMPROTBMB\TS, A Immediate po-eeeslon. t'arpete. shades, gs* tliturce Blust be botitht io otitvn hon-e Ren' ?-t>i a year. Apply ?I N?. I Ikue 'It nirt' "fit I'anal Itreel. T- LKT-A SMALL COTTAOR ASD GARDEN, AT Jf2T.5?..hrV n7' Keptune llou?e Apply to j. W. * wOWI AS' 111 UroadwKy I'rjm n lo J o'clock E> LET-TWO NICELY FURNISHRD ROOMS FOR hoiisekeeplng two or tkres mtnutec w*lk from the Ful and Catharine feiriee 31 Y.irk streak, Binoklyn. TO LET? A VERT DRSIRtBI.R IIOt'SR IN TWENTY thli I elreat, nesr Mltth avenue; alto a nnmhar of others 0eane lu let where the rent will b? us-u |(l t?ir,i ('HAS E MILLS A CO , 34 |> ler etreet BlRT>-ON WEST TWRLFTC STItKPr t TIIRER atory hlaih stoop House in good order; rent tl orr ,r Apply lo E. r ERItWS. No I i fpO LET? A NEATLT FURNISHED IIOI'SE OF EIOHT J room* In KaglewiKvl, N. J., ?orty-i?e minutes' rile Irom tly. Sea mlautee' walk from dnMt, at ?? per month For (e a.'lt y. Inquire of the agent, al EaglewooA atation, 01 at 110 CMmtier* WMt. aaaonif ioor ~ -?o l.ET? ON STATIN ISLAND, WITHIN FIVK BIN- | at ?r walk ef QuaraatiM landing, a snug two etory and iltte Hoaae. with wing attached; a In# OanUn ef twelr. ~4a. eontaimag fruit and lower* of all kind*, reatf 1,000 ddreee House, boi ?,4I4 Naw Tort Po*t e?oa. , LET-A frRNISHBD BEDROOM. WITH USE OF aim eg room adjutnlng. i et-a store with dwellino apartments illMkjd. euiuble for any ratal] kuelnse*, rani law. ? ?fO LST-*ME VOCSE AND STORE M EIOHTB ATI* ^ '"*** ***** M s& BOVIM, MOia. ?C.. TO UT. rpo LBT-A LARGS BOU8B FRONTING 0* A KIVKB. A eight mUae from New York. furnished or ujuurj1;'^! sixteen KTNO f Uad attached; plenty ofehais Md fraJtl tiourly commnaleatlon with ths city V boat or oar| re?t reasonable, poescsaloa 1*4 of October nail. AJ?J"> y> J. EAGER, 41 Broad ?uset. irons 10 to II A. M, rp 5 LET-TO A GENTLEMAN OB GENTLEMAN AMD 1 wlfs, two or three furnished room* sulttSfe .J, t h keeping. Apply at807 81xlh arenus, between Forty-llfth Mid Forty-sixth etreete. TO LET? A FUBNI8HED BACK FARLOB TO A MAX end hie wife, wltb ell ibe oonrenloaoel for boueek^p term a reasonable. Inquire at 187 Monroe a tree i. Trt T T5T a VERY NEAT TWO BTORT AND BASK men! ooUage . choice location in "3^2*%*? boet and care; ?<ih lot; garden^ fron t ? U eon venl enoes. excellent order, rem $L1<? to a small family. KIL PATKICK, Bull's Head Bank Buildings. mo LBT-LABGB FRONT BOOM, BCITABLB FOB Tan? bmineoe. oppoelte A. T. Stewart A Co. 'a, Tenth street, by JUST A SaCHSB, 788 Broadway, up stalra. r-- LRT-TWO THREE 8TOBT HIGH STOOP HOUSES, well furnlebed; modern Improvements; gc*>d location; $226 end $t!0 per month. CIIAMBEBLIM'B, M8 Broadway, room 8. rpo LET? APARTMENTS, XV SUITS OF FITB BOOMS X each, In new houses, In Wait Thirtieth etreet, near Eighth avenue. Apply on premlsss to own are. TK> LET? WITH IMMBDIATB POSSESSION AMD X Furniture for sale, the three etory brlek House No. 77 roralemon etreet, Brooklyn. Inquire or JAB. THOMPSON, iprner of Hloks and Atlantlo etreete. r LET-IN A STRICTLY PBIYATB FAMILY, A neatly furnished Front Room and Bedroom to a tingle [entleman. W Weat Twentieth etreet Keferenoee wanted ind given. rLET? THREB STORY BA8BMBNT AND ATTIC House U Wooeter etreet Apply to W. 8. JARVI8, 2U ?anal etreet IiO RENT? A SECOND FLOOR, PARTIALLY PUR. nlebed, to a party of gentlemen, without board, on fwenty-flftn etreet near Fourth arenue; family private, ieferenoee required. Addreaa 0. M. A., box 8,744 N. Y. Poet iflloe. rLET? A SMALL FURNISHED HOUSE IN EAST Thirty-ninth street; also an unfurnished llouae at Cllf on, Staten Island. BOBKBT L MBBKS, 81 Cedar >t. rO LET? A PARLOR FLOOR, NICELY FURNISHBD, In a pleaaant location, to a gentleman and wife, without ihildren; with gaa and fire. Apply at >13 Fourth avenue, loar Twenty-fourth etreet rO LET? A NEWLY FURNI8HBD BOUSE, IN A OOOD neighborhood up town, lultable for a Bret olaee board ing bouse; SO rooms; all modern Improvements. DYE A CUBTI8S, 808 Blxth arenue. rO LET-A HOUSE OP SIXTEBN ROOMS, BLB gantly furnished, delightfully located In Brooklyn; also Houses la New York, $128, $200, U90, M00. FKKEMaNAEMBRSON, SU Broadway. ?-v M?a OtMAAJU) TfOUU m w rtfl AO IAO V MVVflUi with modern Improvements, In good order and good Inquire at 322 Weet Twenty-fourth street. r LET-A SMALL, WELL FURNISHED HOUSE with modi selghborhood. rLET? WITH STBAM POWER, ONE FLOOR, WELL lighted, at 27ft Front etreet, between Roosevelt and Dover streets. TO LET? A TIIKEE STORY HOUSE; CHOICE LOCA lion; furnished or unfurnished Apply between Elghty Lhlril and Eighty-fourth streeU, First avenpe. rpo LET-A LITTLE COTTAGB HOU8B, JUST X finished, at East Newark; only 20 minutes from the city, three minutes from East Newark depot and about five minutes from the city of Newark. Will be ready for occu pancy October 1. Bent about 9300. ADAM8 A CO., 868 Broadway. TO LET-A VERY NICE SECOND FLOOR OF FIYK rooms, on Forty-flfth etreet; also the whole House 104 East Tweuty-elgbth street which will be dlrlded up to suit; also the Lower Fart of 101 Basi Twelfth street three rooms and two basements; also three Rooms in real house, 38 Downing street ADAMB A CO., 068 Broadway. TO LET? LARGE THREB 8TORY BROWN STONE House, on Weat Twenty-second street; fine location; $2,000, on lesae. and Furniture for sale; very handsome. ADAMS A CO.. 988 Broadway. rLET FUBNISHBD? A YBRY DESIRABLE RBSI deuce, fire minutes' walk from Quarantine landing, Steten Island. For particulars inquire of Mr. OARBOLL, at the landing, or of Q. M. B., boi 4.828 Post oflloe. O LET, AND FUBNITUBB FOR BALE ? SECOND AND _ part of a Third Floor of a genteel House in Williams burg; modem Improvements; good locality; furniture nearly new. Address box 22, Williamsburg. None need apply unless wishing furniture. rpo LEASE? A LARGE MEW FIVE 8TORY AND X basement Building, baring 86 feet front with Bne vaults, and well lighted; will be finished to suit a good tenant In quire* CHAUNCEY BARNARD, 100 Broadway. rRBNT? ? A genteel new brown atone Houas in Brooklyn, with every possible convenience; looatlon select and healthy, commanding the best views of New York and vicinity. BRADFORD A RKNICK. T 71 Broad way ^roon^di^ TO RENT-TO A GENTLEMAN, A FIRST CLASS Room, a few doors from Fifth Avenue Hotel; house owned by the occupant; family, Bve adulta. Apply te SHIELDS, druggist oornsr Sixth avenue and Twenty-third etreet TO RENT? FROM 1ST OR 10TH OCTOBER, A FIRST claaa furnished Bouse; four story brown stone. Unex ceptionable neighborhood. Rent $300 per month. In ad< Address O. B , oox 120 Herald efes. T 10 RENT? A FLOOR OF SIX ROOMR. NEAR CBN s tral Park; Imbiedlata possession: rent $B0 per math. Apply at Hrst floor over store WO Blxlh avenue. rRKNT AND PUBR1TURB FOB SALE? OK WEST Thirty-first street fine neighborhood, a good three stnry high stoop House, furnished from (op to bottom. Will sell the entire stonk?or J2.900. Rant Sl.M. JAB. B. EDWARDS P7 West Twenty-third etreet YONKF.BS ?FUBNISHBD HOUSES TO BENT FOB the winter; also one or two for a rear or loirgwr term. Particulars with WILLIAM H. PERKY, oBce opposite de pot at Yonkera. O/ll WEST THIBTY-FIRBT STREET. BETWEEN Zj't I Eighth and Ninth avenues.? Two furnished Rooms to let on the parlor floor. Use of kitchen. BeferenoeT ex changed. Seen for three days. QQO BAST THIRTEENTH STREET?TO LET, TWO OOZl large Booms, use of bathroom, being the whole floor, and frodt basement, to a small family; rent $23; refer ence* exchanged. INSTRUCTION. ABI7.-MNES8 EDUCATION.? TOWN SB ND'B COMMER clal Academy, 200 Bowery Private Instruction. day ?ud evening, In Bookkeeping, Writing, Arithmetic. Algebra, Reading, Spelling, Grammar. Separate apartment* for A LADY? ACCUSTOMED TO TEACHING, HAVING ailpresent only one pnpll, desire* further employment at assistant In a school, or a* visiting governess la a family. Address Ml?? J. Kuuthmayd, Herald office. A WELL BDDCATBD FRENCH LADT, SPEAKING Itullan and Herman. dealres a few pupil* to Leash mil slo and languages. For full particulars address L. <3., box 6.083 Postjoffico. A YOUNG LADY, CAPABLE OF TEACHING THB English braucbe*. la deslrom of aeltuatlon as gover nrai. Apply to or address lilaa Clark. 118 East 37th si A YOUNG LADY OF EXPERIENCE IN TRACKING would like to add a few more scholars to her musio claaa , reference* given. Addreit M. T., Herald office. An educated and experienced American lad y dealrea a situation In a Bonthem family, to teach KngUeh and rudimenta of music: Havana preferred. For further partie tllar* addreu Mia* Mattlaon, etatlon D. A YOUNG LADY-A SUPERIOR ENOLI8H, FRENCH and [.atln scholar, and well versed In music? destrea a situation as resident governess; refersnoe unexceptionable. Call at or addrese 43 Rait Uth St. A FRENCH LADY-OF RESPECTABILITY AND EDU . ration, desires a position aa dally or re?ldent governees In a privat e family. Address box HOT Post offloe. I YOUNG LADY WISHES PRIVATE PUPILS IN A tne rudiments of Engllah, drawing and pain tin* la water color*. Will give private evening read Inge ?t the real Address M. 8., 174 East Fourteenth 4 N RNOLIBH LADY, BXPERIENCBD IN TUITION, .'V Withe* t" meet wltli an engagement aa resident govern ?an; la nomtietent to teach French (acquired In Pari*), muele and tne English branches. and can farnlah the beat teatlmrnlala and rrferenoee. Addrese Miss G., care of T. H. Bate A Co.. No. 7 Warrsn atreet, New York. ? YOUNG FRENCH GENTLEMAN, SPEAKING -1 already some English, Is deatrous of making (he ac aualniance of an American lad* who will leach him the KngUsh language In exchange for French. Address L. K., Herald office A YOUNG LADY OF RBRPBCTABILITY AND EDU. cation, dealres s position as visiting or resident gnr erne**, In a|prt>-ste family or school, to teach Bagllah. Call at or addrese IIB lllgh *t . Brooklyn A LADY OF MUCH EXPERIENCE A FINE PIANIST ^ . and thorough French snd Engt<ah teacher, desires an si gagemeni aa dally governess from the 1st October, for tho mo'tilng hoars. H? Terences unexeeptlonahls. Address C. B. B . box IN) Herald office, for this month. BOORKLEEriNO. WlUTtNO, AC.. UOB BU8INB89. Mr. DOLBKaR, (U9 Itroedway, teaches bookkeeping prard. fill n? oae.1 In the beat New Y or* house*. lie also removes stiffness, cramping or trembling. *nd mikes elegant busAoeas penmen. Uentieuies oan secure private rooms. C WARMER FRKIW'H INSTITUTE, NOR. 48. M AND M ' Enst Twenty.fourth street? Boarding sad Day School? will reoi>en September 1 11 Pupils prepared for college, West Point, Naval Academy and business. There la a pri mary department for voting hoys, a gymnasium, fte The proeueetus of the school contains the names of the pupils ( JUtl last year) for Mis past eleven year*. Vrof _E LI E OHaRLINR. IM setorr French and obrman languages, latin, tc - Prof. TFLLKR1NG, f07 Broadway, corner of Taentleih atreet: esUliU?hed 1HM, all iMioas privsle; alas Rngllah branrhes and I' Anglais sax fetraaf era. forms Mil PLR BARBIER GIYKS LESSONS IN FRENCn AND . Hpsnlsh, in schools or private families. Write a few lioesor apply to him, at Mrs. Eckst'g, IM Franklin sueat, before 10 o'clock A M. IAI11F8 OR aBNTLEMRN OP POBEION ACCENT, i or others, may engage * purely Am""'*" young lady; Pinkish composition, conversation, grammar, mmtc; ref eret'ees first fsmllles of New York, ft St. Mark's place. P"I?ATB LESSONS IN FRENCH AND gKGLIOH J3 ? tsdy an experienced teacher also I'tna'ala a ceux ai rl?? JT01 ' *t KapagnoL 2M Weal Twraty^flh street, near Hsventh avsnnsi ?www fnitMIMPt. OTKAM TQ L IVBR p7>0 L. OA LLI NO AT OUBRNSTOW N. O The "? IlM, Calling MBkl-WMUy, mrrj'.ut UkO United S'atee milU, oitt QVlBlscsiafam wedneeday, Reptemher ij BPINfiUBO,,.. ..Saturday, September n OITT Of LlltBRIcif. W?<ineeday, September 36 CITY OF LONDON...., Saturday, September i? CFi'T OF DUBLIN.......... Tjedneedey, October S f nd each eucoeedlng Saturday and Wedneeday, at Man, from pier U North river. BATES OF PASSAGE, nui CABIN. $90 I STEERAGE, tst] to London, 96 I to London, M to Parte, 10# I to Parla, 40 Paaaengera A)ao forwarded to Havre, Hamburg, Bremea, 4a.. at moderate ratea. Pauua by tha mall *teamere, calling every Saturday, payable In cold. Paaaage by tha mid-weak ataamara payable in United State* currency . Steerage paaaage from Liverpool or Queenitown, $30 gold, or tbe equivalent Tlcketa can be bought hera by peraona eendlng for their friend*. ? For further information, apply at the Company'* office*. JOHN O. DALB, Agent. IB Broadway, New Tork. TEAM TO QUEEN 8TOWN AND LIVERPOOL. . From New Tork every Wednesday and Saturday. Steerage paaaage $90, currency, Paaaage to Naw Tork and remlttanoe* to Ireland, England, Ac. , at low ratea. ' WILLIAMS A QUION, >8 Broadway. STEAM TO LIVBBPOOL. The flrat olaaa British Iron *laam*hlp "MELITa." Captain Hardle, I aall for the abore port from pier 45 Eaat river, on Wed S' neaday. September 19. For freight or paaaaga SCOTT, BBOS. A CO.. 86 South etreet OTEAM TO QUBEN8TOWN AND LIVERPOOL EVERY O Saturday ?The VIROINIA kaila September 15. Paa aaga $90 onrren oy; prepaid tlcketa $35. Packet ahip ticket* and draft* payable at any part of the old oountry at equally low rate*. Apply at THOMSON'S Black Star paaaaga or flea. >76 Pearl atreet, near Fulton. SBTEAMER PEREIBB, FOB BREST AND HAVRE, ? will leave pier No. 60 North rtrer, foot of Morton *treet, Saturday, September S3, at two o'eloek precisely. Pasaengera an requested to ha on board at one o'clock, QBOBOB MACKENZIE, Agent. 0 NLT DIRECT LINE TO FRANCE. THE OENBBAL TRANSATLANTIC COMPANY'S mail ataamahipa between Naw York and Havre, eaUing at ipleqdld new veaael* on this favorite route for tha Continent, will aall from pier 60 North river. PEREIRB, Duchesne. Saturday, Sept. 23. VILLE DB PARIS, Surmont, Saturday, Oat. ft EUROPE, Lemarie. Saturday, Oet. 10. raica or r^ausa w ooi.jv ^^?.$l? I flecMgM Flrat cabin. $19$ 1 Seooud cabin $8$ Including table wine in either daaa The ateamera of thia line do not carry ? tee rage paaaengera let will he furnished . and their baggage checked to Pari*, at an additional charge of $5 for flrat and Paaaencera intending to JandjU Brest, here with railroad ooupon tlcketa, and their ehecked to Parte, at an $3 for aecond cla a*. Medical attendance free of charge. Fttr further In formation apply to GEO/ McKBBalE, Agent, 68 Broadway. THE HAMBURG AMERICAN PACKET COMPANY'S iron mail ataamahlp BORU8SIA, H. F. Schwenien. commander, carrying the United 8tataa mall, will aail on flaturdaj^fo^teniber 21, at 11 M., far taking paaaengera for Hamburg, Havre, Southampton and London. Flrat cabin. $108; aecond cabin, $61 00; *teera?, $5780, payable In gqld or lu equivalent The SAXONIA wlu Bail October 6. KONHARDT A CO., C. B. RICHARD A BOAR. General Agent*, General Passage Agent*, 46 Eich.tnge place, N. Y. No. $ Barclay greet. N. T. THE CONTINENTAL MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY, CARBYINO THE UNITED 8TATR8 MAILS. STEAM TO ANTWERP. HAVRE, AO. The Company'* (teainahlp CIRCASSIAN, Thoma* S. Ellia, commander, aaila for Antwerp on Wedneadaj, September 38. lflCfl. Paaaaga to Antwerp? Flrat cabin, $40; aecond cabin, $6$; eteerage, $95: payable in gold or iia equivalent. Through tlcketa given To Brunei*, Rotterdam, Amater dam, Pari*. Havre, Ac. An experienced (nrgaon on hoard. Through billa of lading given to Rotterdam and Amster dam. For freight or paaaage applyto WM. SALE* A CO., For the Continental Mall 8. S. Raw. 110 Pearl atreet (Hanover aquare) and No. 8 Old allp, N. v. STEAM WEEKLY TO LIVBBPOOL, GLASGOW AND the Irleh port*. The favorite panaenger ateamera of the ANCHOR LINE. KINGDOM Will aall Ratutday. September 11 CALEDONIA Will aail Saturday. September 19 BRITANNIA. Will aail Saturday, October 6 IOWA...... WtU aall Saturday, October 1$ Rate* of paaaage. payable la currency:? To Liverpool. Olaagow. Beifaat, Derry or Dublin? Cabin*, $90 and $70; steerage, $M. Prepaid certlneate* from the*e port* to New York. $98l To Hamburg, Havre, Antwerp^ Ao. ? Cabin*, 9100 and $90; ?SffcE Information apply at the company** office*. FRANCIS MAODONALD ft CO.. Agents, No. 6 Bowling Green, New York. London and nvw torn steamship line. Paaaage to London dlreot $90. $60. $10, enrrenoy. Paaaage from London, $90, $60. $?Tirald7 BRLLONA, Captain Dixon, from New York, Septeaa her*. CELLA. Oaplaln Gleatall. from New York, October 1ft WILLIAM PBNN, Captain Bllllnge, from New Tork, Oe tober 17. ATALANTA. Captain Plnkham, from New Toik, Novem ber 7 The Rritfek Iron (teamahin BELLONA. $.000 ten*, will leave Pier No. $ North river, for London direct, en Wednee day, September 1ft at U M. Tar paaaage apply to CHAR. A. WHITNEY, Mo. M ~ WVov freight apply at No. 66 South (treat HOWLAND A AS PIN WALL. TOOK CHINA.? THE PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP OOM r pan;'* ateamer COSTA BICA. Captain Ge* B. Lena, will aail from foot of Twelfth (treat. Baat rlver.oa or aboin October ), far Hong Kong, via the Cape of Good Hope, taking a limited number of flm ceMn pa**engera. Oenneetten* *3 Hong Kong for Shanghae and Tokohama. For paaaage apply at the Company'* oflloe. 6$ Wall traet BATIONAL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY IAMER8 WEBKLTToXivRRPOOL, CALLING AT QUBBNBTOWN. Leaving pier 17 North river aa follow*:? SCOTLAND Salle Saturday, September a England SaOa Saturday, ftantember* ERIN Salla Saturday, October $ HELVETIA Sana Saturday, October 1$ Cabin paaaage, $100: Steerage, $30. Steerage paaaaga tlcketa to bring partlea from Liverpool or Queenatown for $36 In currency. Through paaaage to Parle. Antwerp, Hamburg, Bremen, kr.. at low rate*. Draft* laeued for any amount payable at any kaikk Great Rritain or on the Continent For freight and nabtn paaaage apply at the eBee ef the Company, 67 Broadway. And for ? tee rare ticket*, at the Paiaage Office of the Com pany, 17 Broadway and 178 Pearl atreet, near Fulton. r. W. J. HURST. Manager. The north german lloyd'h steamship Her mann, O. Wenke. waster, carrying the t'nlted Statee mail, will Ail from the Bremen pier, foot of Third atreet Hoboken on 8AT0RDAT, Sept. B. BREMEN. Vj/?nn ITTH AM PTO N, Taking nueenger* lo LONDON. HAVRE. SOUTHAMTON AND BREMEN, at the following ratea, payable In gold or it* equivalent la currency:? Por tbe flrat cabin, $100; aecond eabln, $01 10; ateerage, 1 37 AO. To be followed by the ateamahlp nANSA. K. V. Oberea dorp. master, on tbe 29th of September. For freight or paaaage nppir to OKLRICIIS A CO.. No. 68 Broad ttreet TtOZ NORTH AMERVOAL LLOTD. FOR RREMEN via SOUTHAMPTON. To aall on Thuradar. Sertcmher W, carrying the United State* mall. The United Slato? mull ttnamabtp HALTlC, A. G. June*, commander, will pnaltivelv aall nn the above dav. For freight or paaaage apply to RUUBR BRU8., General Agenie, 45 Beaver atreet. Pasrf.noers per flrofTT" embark~from ins Companv'i wharf. Jeraer city, between 11 and 11 o'clock, on Wcdneaday, 19th Inatan* B. CUNARD, No. 4 Bowling Green. COARTWHB RTKAMftHIPft. PACIFIC MAIL 8TKAMSH1I' COMPANY'S TUROCOII I.INK TO CALIFORNIA. CARRTTNO I'NITKD RTATRR MAIL, TI A PANAMA RAILROAD. 1?ar* plar No. *2 North rirar, fool of Canal rtraat. At 11 o'elock noon, ?* follows ? Rerlffmbfrl?NEW YORK, Captain Walr, ooaoaetlog wit* RACRAMRNTO, Captain Carrrl/. R*pt?uiN>r II? ARIZONA, Cnptaln Maury, oonneeUaf wttk OOLPRN C'ITT, Captain LapMfa. Rantambar tl_H RNRY CHArNCRT. Captain A. O. Gray roonactlng with CONRT1TUTION, Captain Farnaworth. All dapartnraa touch At Aoapulco: thoaa of 1 at and flat poooaot at Pannma with ataamara for South rarlftr porta; lit and llth for Onnl American porta, and thoaa aflat toaah at Mantaallla. Dacartura of llth aaah month aonnaata with tha naw ataam llna from Panama to Anatralla and Naw Zaaland. Btaamar af IWambar 11, ISM, will aonnact with tha (rat ataamor of tha Coaapany'a China Llna, laaring Ran Fran eta aa January 1, M7, for Bang Kong. Ona hundrao pounds haggaga allowad aach adult. Madl elnaa and attaodanea fraa. For paaaaoa Dckata and all forthar Information apply at tha ofura on Lha wharf, faat af Canal atrial. North rlrar, Raw Tart. iT. HOLMAN. Afant. fypposmoN link *1 TO CALIFORNIA, VIANICARtfirA. TIIR NORTH AMRRICAN BTEAMSHIP COMPANY . dtaamablp jhe O^af FOR SANTIAGO PR CPRa. Y1A NKCYITAS. Tha Irat claaa faat aafllnc^ataamar JOHN BTIRLlVo' Commandar. Htataa mall, will laara ol-r *7 1UM rlrar, an & VhA&I; 58^ 8 All lattara mart paaa through tha Faat a?oa, WATPKLL Ik CO . IM Raath atraat, aarnar Porar. 2V K WTlI K % nSPr A* *T RAN* A TI. rOMFANT Gtfrwssmiiraxtti**. i F! OOiWWIM ITBAM?HIM. _ IOR HAVANA DIRECT. _ Every Wednesday, pier No. 4 N. B., punctually at3 r. M. Th? (ImuI and larorits sidswhsel Stwaihlpi COLUMBIA, biocum, oomaudv, Mite Septamber M. MORRO CASTLE, Adams, oommander. sails Octobsr 3. EAGLE, Greene, oommander, ulli October 10, OARRIBON * ALLEN, Agents, No. 8 Bowling Green, New York. Havana, sisal and vera crux. The aldewheel steamship MANHATTAN will nil from plor No. I North river aa above oo the 10U> of eaah mouth. CQAS. A. WH1TNBT, Agent, M Bioadwaj rpEIAa LINE FOR GALVESTON, TEXAS, DIRECT. LOUONA, HOVBY, COMMANDER, Will reoeive freight at pier SO Eaat rlrer. and aall Tuesday, September 18, without tUL Will receive freight up to 6 M., It not full before. For freight or passage, having auperler aooommodatlons, apply to C. H. Hallorv A CO., 163 Maiden lane, or to OEOROE B. BIDDLE A CO., It Parit place. [MSXAB LINE. L FOB GALVESTON, TEXAS, DIRECT. ARIADNE, SAWYER, Commander, Will receive freight at oler No. SO Baat rlrer, and aall on Wednesday, September St. For freight or passage, baring superior aooommodatlons, spriy to Freight taken on aa favorable termi aa by any other line. 0. U. MALLORT A CO., US Maiden Lane, or to OBOBOB B. BIDDLE i CO.. 19 Park place. REGULAR LINE FOB GALVESTON DIRECT.? THE first elaaa etearaahlp PERIT, W. H. Gardner, com mander, will leare pier No. 4 North river, on Saturday, Sep tember SB, at 3 o'clock P. M. precisely < for OalvaatonT^ No charge made for draysga la Galveston on goods for warded to the Interior by railroad. for freight or passage ag^lj OBD, TILES TON ft OO., SO Broadway. Atlantic coAtfr mail steamship lines, erery Saturday for NEW OBLEAN8 direct NEW OBLBANS. First cabin 900 1 Second oabin 940 Steerage. . SO | Meals and rooms inclnded. NOB FOLK and RICHMOND? Semi-weekly? cabins *6*98. Every Thursday for OH AR LKBTOlf? First cabin. $S6; second. 913. SAVANNAH-First oabin. 93ft; eeeond, 111 y?r ^yragyA^OO., No. 6 Bowling ftreen FOB NEW OBLBANS DIRECT.? THE NKW TORE Mall Steamship Company's steamship MONTEREY, will leave on Saturday, September 23, at 3 p. M., from the Company's pier. 46 North river. Bills of lading signed at the oiBoe upon the pier. For freight or passage apply to O. E. OARRIBON, President, N?B Bowling Preen. 1710 R NEW ORLEANS DIRECT. F The new and first class ateamahlp SHERIDAN, CapL J. H. Bolton, will leave pier No. S, N. B., on BATUBDAY, Sept S3, at 8 P. M. For freight or passage, having unsunmased accommoda tions, apply to H. B. CROMWELL A CO.. 88 West street FOR NEW ORLEANS-BLACK STAB LINE. The steamship MONTGOMERY _ will leave on SATURDAY. September 22, from pier No. 19 North river, at 3 o'elock precisely. For freight or passage, having superior accommodations, apply to R LOWDKN, Agent, Corner of Cedar and West atresia. Divn) McCoabp. Agent In New Orleans. STEAM TO NEW OBLBANS DIBECT, EVERT 8ATITR day.? Passage 990. Apply to SUPPLE k MONTBAR. Shipping Aleuts and Exchange Brokers, 109 West street, near Portlands Fob mobilb.? the first class sidewhbel Steamship DANIBL WEBSTER, now receiving freight at pier No. 3 North river, at the lowest rate* will be des patched aa above on Saturday, September a, at 3 P. M. Superior accommodations for paasengers. This ship goes to the wharf with all her cargo. For particulars Inquire of CMAS. A. WHITNBT, Agent, St Broadway. Forfrolghtorp^aj^to^ POR SAVANNAH? ATLANTIC OO AST MAIL STEAM ablp Companyle Ant oUn aldewbeel atcamshlp HER MAN LIVI NORTON, Captain Baker, will aall for the above port on Thursday, September SO, at 8 P. M., from pier M North river. Through bllli of lading and passage tickets given to all ptrintsjn connection with Central Railroad of Georgia. FOX k CO., 88 Liberty street. EMPIRE LINK FOR SAVANNAH, EVERY SATURDAY. FROM PIER IS NORTH RIVER, PUNCTUALLY AT I F. M. The favorite tMen heel steamships ALABAMA, Ltmcburner. commander, lalla September 2J. SAN SALVADOR, Atkins. commander, aall* September IB. Through ticket ? and bills of lading to all points, ""R&BSKfS KHSWi...... ?. ?. F?" The favorite steamship LEO, H. O. Dearborn. Conais der. will aall oa-Tueeday, September S3, at I F. M. precisely, from pier 18 Bast river. foot of Wall street. Through bins of lading and passage tickets given to >11 points In oonnoctlon with Georgia Central Railroad. EOS CHARLESTON a C.-THB FBOPL?'? HAIL Steamship Company's fliat olass steamship B. B. UDER, Captain Lockwnod, will sail for the above port oa Thursday. September St, at 3 P. M., from ptor St North Through Mils of lading and passage tickets given to an points in eonnootlon with Sooth Caronaa Railroad, for freight or P**"*?* JJ^TNOiTOW, FOX A CO., 88 Liberty street. FOR CHARLESTON, S. C.. AND THE BOOTH AND Southwest. ?The elegant and popular eteamshtp QUAKER CITY, Wm. H. West, >? ma after, will sail oa Saturday, September 88. at 3 P. M., irom Flor 14, Boat River. Paassga $?. ARTHUR LBABY, 7S William street. tpOR RICHMOND, NORFOLK AND CITY POINT? THB r old llae from ptor SI Nerth river. NIAGARA. Captain Ooash, every Saturday, at I P. JL SARATOOA7c?gptaia 115 Broadway, up stairs. Am ll? Bow York aad Vtniaia Btaaaaahln Company REDUCED BATES. NEW YORK. NORFOLK AMD RICHMOND STEAMSHIP LINE, CALLING AT CITY POINT BOTH WAYS. The Sno stoamers WASHINGTON, (X Chichester, commander, aad VALLEY CITY, W. H. Snyder, commander. The above steamers receive freight dally at Pier IS East river, snd will sail regularly every Saturday, at IS M., or sooner If loaded. This lloe la prepared to receive and forward goods with despatch by all the Soothers nil road routes. IBS HAND. IM Wall street. For freight or passage appl^to^ for Waafclngto* and Georgetown. D. C? aad Alexandria, Va. Black Star line. The ateamahlp Til AM P.N, Captain Swift, will leave oi Saturday. Kept 22. at S P. M. For freight or passage, having handaome accommodations, apply to R I-OWDEN Agent, Cedar etreet. corner Weet street. rOR WILMINOTON, N. C.-THB A 1 STEAMSHIP STARLIGHT will ssll this dav, September SO. at 4 P. M., from pier 14 East river. Freight received up to S o'clock. ARTHUB LRARY, 78 Winiam etreel LOW RATES TO NORFOLK, CITY POINT AND RICBM0ND. VA. FREIGHT. To Norfolk? Measurement Goods, t cents per foot. Flour, SS cents per barrel. To Richmond? Meaaiirement Goods, S oents par foot Flour IP ceo la per barrel. PASSAGE To Norfolk, 98; City Point aad Richmond, 88. ATLA S'TIC COAST MAIL~STBASISHIP COMPANY'S New and alegaat sldewheel steamships HATTERAK. Captain 8. Alsxandor, Every Saturday, at IS M. A.LBBMARLR. Captala Bourne, Bvery Wed nee day. at IS M. from pier SS North river For freiaht or passage, having unsurpassed a stemmed a tlous. apply to UTINOSTON, FOX SCO., Areata, SB Liberty etreet. rR COW BAY, CAPB BRBTON.-THB STBAMRB PIONBRB will leave for the above port oa Saturday, September 81 For passage apply to SNOW A BURGESS, St Sooth i PORTLAND AND NEW YORK STEAMSHIP COM J' pany.? The first elaae steamships DfBIOO aad FBAN CONIA, form a semi-weekly lino botweea New Tort and I Portland, leaving pier 11 Bast river every Wedneeday aad Satardsy at 4 P. f connecting with Orand Trunk Ball war for I'-saade, end eleo the Internal tonal StoemaSm Oompa. ay for fcaatport aad St. John, H. B. i paaaago to Portland, Including berth In stateroom, ft, and also through tickets to BaatoArt ?T; to Calais Wl to flt John St. Meals extra. For freight or peeesgs ajjply at the office on Pier a East river. H September 1, IMS j. F A MBS, Ageat, pier ? B. TBAVBLLBBS1 BU1DB. jB HaiirDSOM BIYBR AND HABI.BM SAILRO ADS.--] ? Trains for Albaar and Trov. ? MM with Berthora M. iralale aloe attached a ataaplag oar oven day exeoptlag Bs turdaya, which ie rua thros^h ts Otaaaharg ttmK W pKGULAB MOBNINO BOAT TO FBBKSKILL-tABO. IV log at Ton k era. Hastings, Dohbo' Perry. Tarry town, Nysck. Slag am*. Haveretra# and Vonlaock The new asd elegant stoamer OBN. SEDGWICK, Captain John Wil liams, will leeve foot of Barrlaoo street every morulas at a quarter of sight o'clock. Sundays Included, landings! Thirty, fourth street oaeh was. Beturalng Jeaveo PeekaEill at aao o'oleck. EXCliBSIOnS. LMKH1NO BANKS. -LAST CHANOB I THE SUP r ateemer WYOMING makes her last Wipe to th< on Thursday and Hnndar, II eat a ui her SB snd S. SUPERIOR ?iytpe the Banks ^^^*ley and xerday. Kepiemlaer SI and B lee nag Eighth stieet, Bast river, at TjFsok HUa, 7J<i Christopher street. North River, at SH and pier A Norfli River, at t o'clock A. M. Bchublo a Baad oa ioaid; also halt Haas aad refreshment a. k Tho coney iHutstrrNf^ii^nR^^Tyri^Ann ? snd pleaaeat route. Cross at Fulton. WaM or Sonth ferry; take care to Greenwood, which eooneet with steam passenger ears ever; fifteen mlaotaa. Yen ana go aad re turn by this route to the slty la three boat*. I ~ SPIPAT WCtMIOTI. A GRAND COTILLON BXOURSIONTO THB PISH- I ft?jSg?s? | ifnSH sr.d fishing R tendon to the jlanks, on Sunday!%ptotnb<7 IS, ISM. leaving foot of Rlghth etreet. Root rtvor, at TVgcX Mtoj fnmie^eApe ho BlltOAD WAY THBATm! ADMIBBICMI^MciWTl. Laat night bat two oT R ? ME M B B RKM ATINEB AONS BATtTBDAT. This evening ekikipm'i Tmitdj of BOMKO AND JULIET. ROMEO, (only time} ... EDWIN ADAMS. FRIDAY. ONLY BBNBFri OP BDWIK ADAMS. Monday, Beplember M, Shak spare's Comedy, MKKKY WiYBS OF WINDSOE, with a powerful oast GERMAN THALIA THBATRB, lit Broadway, opposite St. Nicholas Hotel. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, FKBN-HABNDB, Comedy in Ave acts, adapted from tho French of Borlbo'a "Lea Dolgts de Fee." by Th. Gaaamann. rnUBO. THOMAS' OABDBN CONCERTS, 1 AT TBRRAOB GARDEN. Third avenue, b?twwn Finrelihth^and Kl/ty- ninth streets. LAST WEEK BUT ONE'. THIS EVENING. THB NINETY-SBCOND OF THEODORE THOMAS' FOPULAR ORCHESTRAL OABDBN OQNOBBTS. PROGRAM MB FOR THIS KVBNINO. 1. March? "Festival".. Fahrbraoh, 1. Overture? "Siege of Corinth" p? -4-f 8. Walla?' "Golatassch wlngan' ' Lanner. A Selection? "Kra Dlavolo" . Aubar. A Introduction and Chorus? "Lohengrta" Wagner. A Lied? "I Would My Lara" Mendelaaohn. 7. Polk*?1 "Anvil" Bosquet. 8. Turklah March ...Moiart. ft. Overture?' "Daughter of the Regiment" DonlxettL TJROOKLYN ACADEMY OF MU8IC? TO-NIOHT. TO^ORR?W Kn ACKJTT^Yl^iT NIOHT, THB MERUIT WIVES OF WINDSOR. Saturday, September B, JOHN BROUGHAM ONE NIGHT MOBS, In his WITH In hla great humorous triumph*: DAVID COPPERFIELD, and POCA-HON-TAS, MAGNIFICENT OAST. TRYING HALL,? QRBAT BDCCE88 OF I M. HARTZ, THEILLU8IONI8T. THUR8DAY, SB FT. 10, AT 8 OCLOCK. Third appearance of M. HARTZ, In hla BEAUTIFUL ENTERTAINMENT, eoneluding each evening with THB WONDROUS LIVING HEAD, OR, THB ORACLE OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY. THB WONDROUS LIVING HEAD, now exhibited for the first time in New York, has been pro nounoed the moat startling Illusion ever known. Through oat the capitals of the Old World lie appeamnoe has caused an unparalleled aensatlon. Tickets 60 cents. A limited number of reserved chairs (0 oenta extra. Matinee ou Saturday at 2 o'clock. Matinee. broadway theatbb. On Saturday. Bent. 33. Open, 18k; begins 1)< o'oloek. EDWIN ADAM8 IN THE HERETIC. G BRMAN STADT THEATRE, it AND <7 BOWEBY. THURSDAY, BEPTEMBER SO, 1888, First appearance In America of the most eminent tragedian of the age, MR. BOOUMIL DAWISON, aa Othello. In Shakspere'a celebrated tragedy. Dr. Dawlaon will be supported on this occasion by the best talent In the eountry. Including Madame Becker Grahn, Madame Btegllch-Fucns and Mr. Otto Hoym. Box eCDoe open all day and evening. Performancea to eommenoe at 8 o'clock. RISTORI.? A FEW OF THB CHOIOB8T SECURBD Beats for to-uight POWKR'8 Theatre Ticket OSloe, HI Nicholas Hotel. VTEW YORK MUSEUM OF ANATOMY.? JUST AR il rived, from Jefferson College. Philadelphia, the head and right arm of Probst, the murderer of the Peering fam ily. Renewed attractions. In addition to the magnificent collection of Curloftltles In Anatomy and Natural History, there will be Lectures at and 8 P. M. upon theMlcro soope. with splendid illustrations. In all departmenta of acl anoe and ark Open from 8 A. M.. until 10 P. M. No. 618 Broadway Three seats in a proscenium box for rirtori as Medea, this evening, can be bought by calling on Jamea Cain, No. 130 Fulton street, New York. An extraordinary engagement. T1IB CELEBRATED JOB NOSUER, THB GREAT PLAYER. JOE NOSHERI JOE NOBHRRI JOBNOSHBR! will perform EVERY NIGHT. EVERY NIGHT, FOE A LIMITED PERIOD ONLY. JOE NOBHER. the greatest player In the world, haa been engaged for the Reveille, and will perform every night AT THB REVEILLE MUSIC GARDEN, m BROADWAY. ?7 BROADWAY. MO CHARGE FOB ADMI88IOM. Reserved skats for all theatres? at t. j. KAYNEB'B, M, and TUHO. U. GLARE'S, ?8 Broad wy. TTtOR SALE- A SEAT IE PROSCENIUM BOX FOR r Rlalorl M Medea to night. Address, early la tkt day, ? JL, baa 114 Herald offioe, N. Y. RJI1GAU A T THE RATIONAL CONSERVATORY FOE MUSICAL A. Instruction, M Bast Thirteenth street? Piano, violin, flate and vocal music. Terms $10. Tha Conservatory In stroetlon beaks free to pupils. A | HIGHLY CULTIVATED BOPBANO DESIRES A | situation In a first class church choir. Address Mrs. S., eare of Mr. Loola Bergs, Piano Rooma, No. 87 Bleeckar A GENTLEMAN OV EXPERIENCE WILL GIVE lesions oa the Pianoforte at his residence and at the roeldeneea of pupils; terms moderate. Address Teacher, US East Thirty-first street A YOUNG LADY, WTTH A PTNE SOPRANO VOICE, aad some knowledge of muslo, would like a situation la 4n# >n a eholr, jor further Instruction aad peacUoa. Ap ply to >71 Sixth avenue. AJ PINK SOPRANO SINGEB-PUPIL OP OWE OP the first masters? desires a few pnplla In vocal music, moderate. Eeferencea exchanged. Address Vocal r. station 0. AT PROFESSOR HBNRT SOHROEDEE'S MUSICAL Institute several first class new and elegantly finished Pianne are offered for sale at a reduced price. Everr Instra ? moot Is wsrranted for five year*. and will compete with tbe beet made In this city. 71 Eldridfe street, near Grand. A HIGHLY CULTIVATED SOPRANO DEBTEES A situation la a church. Address Mrs. R., 97 East Eighth street (St Mark's place). A LADY WILL GIVE INSTRUCTION ON THE PIANO and 8lnglng at pupils' residence for $10 per quarter; best of references gfrsn. Addreee, with wMdsnce, box 118 Herald olllae. Bass singer* wanted poe a boy choir? aijio S P M?7tocK>risteA ' ** Kut 101(1 between < and BDWAED MOLLENHAITEB'S musical consebva. tory, Schuberth's Building, SH Broadway. Terms 910 per quarter for every branch . POE SALE?' THREE GENUINE ITALIAN VIOLINS, Joseph Geaaerlns. Cremona, 1700: Joh. Oottl. fiekcr, Cremona, 17J7;lDavtd Tackier, Bom. 1700. Call at ltt Bowery, Photograph nailery. INSTRUCTION ON THE PIANO? GEEM AN PROPER, sor; hrtlllant performer; long established. SS7 Fourth avonue, neer Twenty-flfth street. Offers services lor first class concerts. Office hours: 10K U> It, and t to 4. VfR * MBS. R. GONZALEZ HAVE BBSUMHD OTVTNG ill lessons on the pianoforte and organ; theory, hsrmony and composition ; rocsl music, cultivation snd management of tha voice. Ac., at their reside noe, 1?^ East TwaaUsth at SINGINO LESSONS? BT AN ITALIAN OENTLEMaN, thoroughly competent and of eipertenoe In teaching vooal music and piano. Baferenoea given. Address R. P. P., box 170 Herald ott" TXTANIED? BT AN EXPEEIBNCBD OBGANIST, A f T situation In New York or vicinity. Would prefer te play for notigre?atlonal singing. ~ ? dress J, ?. B., Herald ofiioe. DASCIXO AC AI J EMTE* . ADODWORT1I s . DANCING ACADEMY, ill FIFTH AVENUE, will open for the Cessna October 1 for days, hours, Ac. Pla ss send for circular. p H. BIVERS.? BROOELTN DANCING ACADEMY. Vj/. 38 Scbemmerhorn street, corner of Court street Classes for beginners are now forming. All tbe fashiona ble dancee are taught la one quarter. Send for a circular. Dl QARMO'S DANCING ACADRMT WILL REOPEN on Wedaaeday, October 8, KM, at his aaw aad elegant sn? FIFTH AVBNUB. CORNER OF FOUR TEE NTH . flTESBT. WWW la Esropa. Mr. Da Oarmn had the honor to be elected a member of tbe "SeetMd Aead^mlque dee IT-.fes. seurs da Danse de Parla. Artistes du ThWilre Imperial de 1' Opera." which places him In Immediate receipt of all new dsnees. Circular* at WiUiasa A. Poad A Co. 'a, 647 Broad way. aad ai tbe Academy, Just received, the new Yalta "L'Amaricalna." M1BCBLUN BUUal A HAVING A OOOD SECOND HAND &wfSfc?f2rr&w1!la.n? 1 P"reh?*r hyoaUlogoaJ. O. ^ IX)., S John atTMl, up itoln. atisk _ MaH'i dttl l&k ?fiSl, Tohehadof druggist Mrs. M O. BttoVCN, Mela tffi'fe. Bond street, New York, aad pbleisssnt Letters answered aad pam 2IVORCRS LEO ALLY PBOCUBED FOB PERSONS fram aay State without publicity or change of rest oe. Incompatibility, desertion, dm., sufficient cause. Hue sees giiarautesd. AdrWw free snd confidential Apply to H BATE MAN, Counscllor-at-Law. 171 Broadway. ?LD"" * ?"OWN ? MANUFACTURERS AND PAY Combination Cradla and Baby ider^Blelgh, ?rot>elllng snd Spring Horse,. Invalid Chairs and ( smsges. Children's Csrrfs?es. Rocking Horses, Ac.. WeHf^te* r?* w'*Jr Manufactory, 440, 400, 401 an<i JRON WORK FOB B0ILDINGS. _ . L. JACRHON A BROTHER, Twentr eighth street. Second avenue. Twenty-ninth street Manufacturers of every description of wrought and cast IRON WORK FOR BUILDING Pl'ftPoaBN. --- T Opara 1 lldln^T 'articular atlaallon paid ta the asaaufactura of fine Cast ings. Bettmai ites furnished whoa requested. T IA I PERRIN'S WORCESTERSHIRE J J Creese A Slack well's Ploklae. English Chaw^^^H lisrns. Ac , Imported ilrert. for sale toTha trade BICHABDSON, Agent. 100 William street AMERICAN CONPOBMERTEB. INVENTED AND ^^?an .rici.ir~t h? tha uo ler.igna.1, has heer> UaMl for trk,u* fir ANTED TO PURCnASB-ABOOND BAND BASHBS ft r: ravfew rar? ? |JgWHBPMrw> RK SO^TnKATKiL^TO^iafljr^KiBtOBt ' T*T V2^2?22?e^'?0?a4 KSA^tefSiSllA- &. * L. *? be (old to any parson whatever. va? S?? im DEBUT IN AMERICA 0> ADELAIDE BISTORL LEOOUVlFS CELEBRATED MB DBA. MMB. ADELAIDE BI6TOBI IN HBB GREAT BOL? or medka, supported by bar emiaenl dramatic eompany. Oroheetra directed by Adolph Neuendorf. j Doors open at 7J<; performanoe at 8. NOTICB ? The public are requested to eocupy their seat*' 0t? minutes before the performanoe aomnaaaees, ta prevent fh convenience. Sale of reeerved seals for Wednesday tor sale on Fridays Proerenium boxes, four seals, $*>; private boiaa. four seat* $16: dress olrelaDll Promenade tickets, admitting to a* parts of tba house (noleotltled ta a seat), tl 80. n A limited number or them will be sold lo-day at the Rl? tort ticket offloe. t& Broadway, and, U any remain, also on the stcoIqi at the door, N OTI oST? The promenade tickets wttl be food only f<* tO>Dt|ht Librettos or play booka of all Hum. Bistort's plays, traaas lated into English, for sala at Chkkerlnf i Sons', Ms Bee* A Sehlrmer's. 701; Chrtstern's, 807, and at the Tfceatr* Ttoket offloe, 112 and lit Broadway. BBOOKLTN ACADEMY OP MUSIC? BISTORT. SEASON OP SIX NIGHTS. The subscription for If me. RISTORI'S season of slm nlabts will commence on SATURDAY, Sept. B, at the offlo* of the Brooklyn Academy of Music. NB5A?A^^BAT?Iin. BAKER 1 MARK BMITN^ Oanulne sueceee^ftbe ^tUar^ahj e^avaganza of whteb will be performed each evening until 'farther notion Preceding this spectacular prodnotlon will be enacted A POPULAR FARCE. The entertainment will embrace the entire company, Messrs. Mark Smith, Lewis Baker, McKee Rankin, Jonlt' Parlay. MetkltT, Bland, Percy, Mesdames, Oomeraal, Wll klns. Wall, Bland; Mlasea Cola, Lewis, Manderllle, Cava, Henry, Rostta, Ac. Parquet and Dress Circle Baloony Chairs Oroheatra Stalls - Private Boxm s Commence at eight o'clock precisely. 131 VTEW YORK THEATRE. J.1 Managers, Lewis Baker and Mark Bmtth. THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 20, complimentary testimonial to MR A. H. DAVENPORT. previous to his departure for New Orleans on Saturday, when will be performed the excellent oomedy bv Cbarlaf? Dance, entitled NATAL ENGAGEMENT, after which thf fairy extravaganza of BEAUTY AND THB BEAST. Tbi entertainment will embrace the entire comedy company!-* Messrs. Mark Smith, Lewis Baker, A. H. Davenport, McKa*> Rankin. John Farley, Metkiff. Bland, Percy. Meedama* Oomrrx .1, Wllklns, Wall, Bland, Misses Mandevlllo, CoU, Lew's. Cavi?, llenrv, Hoslta, Johnson, Blanche, Ac. EXTRA BALLET WANTBD. Apply at the Theatra be tween ll aud 12 A. M. to day. Commence at 8 precisely. Mrs. p. b. cpnwavb park theatre, BROOKLYN. HIS LAST VICTORY; OR, A LION IN THE TOILS, BVERY EVENING. RISTORI? RISTORI? RISTORI. A few excellent Mat* for any nleht of MMK. RI8TORPS F.NGAOBMENT may bo had of W. H. B ROWER. Florist, 988 Broadway. Broadway theatre. matinb%. Saturday. Sept. 22. Open.lSK : beslnslK o'clock, BDW1N ADAMS IN HIS GREAT PART THE HERETIC^ rnONY PASTOR'S OPERA HOUSE. 101 BOWERY. L Crowded nightly wlthtde lighted audlenoee. Peal a pom peal of laughter and applauie greeting (be (rand dhmnltjol' attraction. The Brest, successful nautical drama fHl YANKEE SAILOR, with all lla splendid sffeots. TOltf PASTOR and the entire troupe In a grand oomlc Olio. Tha great ^ballet troupe In the new ballet, INTRIGUES 09 HOOLEY'S OPERA HOUSB. BROOKLYN. -SEC week of the great pantomlmlst. Tony Denier. week of Jack and the Bean Stalk, with all Its Magic Transformation Scene. The Birth of Cupid In the Roae, i Othello Burleaqued; Unole Snow; Prof. Williamson's " lery; Yankee Lasses; Plnnlgan'a Wake; La Zinga' Nightingale Polka, Ac. t CHARI.EY WHITE'S COMBINATION TROUPE, At Bryant's Mechanlca' H *11. 472 Broadway, near Broome street THE GREATEST RESORT FOR PASTIME IN THIS COUNTRY. COMPETITION CHALLENGED. CROWDED HOUSES ATTEST THE QUALITY OP TBI* SPLENDID VARIETY COMPANY. THE GREAT EMTORIUM OP FUN, THE GKEAT EMPORIUM OF PUN. OFFER THEIR PATRONS A NEW AND BEA . PROGRAMME EVERY MIGHT THIS WEEK. CON0L DING WITH THE Laughable Farce called THE JKAI " WIFE. MATINEE EVERY SATURDAY AFTBEM1 ? commencing at '2% SAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS. M BROADWAY. Glorious aneeeaat Redecorated and brilliant In all Its ap pointment*, making It (he moat recherche Temple of Mia> stralsy In the world. The Inimitable end only BIRCH, WAMBOLD, BERNARD A BACKUS BAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS. Great aucceae of the Hilton Head Institute Breakneck Aetf Imitation of Actors: Ten Minutes at the Academy or M** ale ; Clog Dance ; Happleet Couple oat; The Happy fuk uy JJUDWOETH'S MINSTRELS AT THE FIFTH AVENufc D Opera House. Nos. 1 and 4 West Twenty-fourth strsal adjoining Fifth Avenue Hotel. First week of the aeweaa* TOE BLACK CROOK. ' and the new piece by Orifln, Rooms to Let, Wttheat Beard, Goddess of Liberty, Banner la ths Sky. J. H. Budworth t* his imltatlons._ W. S. Badworth. Hughee. ~ ~ Badworth. Hnghea. Hogma, Grin a, Henry, Grier, Dempster, Hodgkln, andihe fast of Us cor*r pany In new Songs, Acts. Ac. Admission Ms. and Ms. S? cured seats 78c. Bo? open dally. . A FEW CHOICE RESERVED ORCHBSTEA SEAT* A. tor Eletorl's first appearance, this (Thursday) a)|h& for sate at HOPPBE'S bookstore. No. I Waal Tiiiilg street, near Broadway. BNERAL THEATRICAL TICKET OFFICE ALL FIRST CLASH THE AT CONCERT* -1 FIRST CLASS THEATRES. AND OTHER BNTBETAINWeNTI, AtMACOY A IIERWIG'B, Stationers. 1U and lltlruM way. Open dally, from S A. M. to 8 fTm., where the patrons of amusements can rely open obtainlag CHOICE SEATS AND TICKETS AT ALL TIM! ST and In advance whenever required. Orders will aleo be r^ cetved for Private Boies, Ac., at lUand 114 Broadway. RMISTORI.-MEDEA. CHOICE SEATS IN FARQUBTT* ? for tn-ntgbl eaa be had at the Tfcsatra tteket oMsa, ? ths reading room. Fifth Arsons Hotel. ?METROPOLITAN GARDEN, MO BEOADW AT. -OBANI* I JU entertainment every evening; aver IM StereoampM Views. of the choicest selection, on eihlMtlon frea. Profc 1 Fredericks will give his entertainments on the Grand Piano every evening. Thirty-two ladies to attead is ths waata ST1 the patrons. No ebarps for sdmlsstaa. r^BNTRAL NORMAL MUSICAL CONSERVATORY, M? V West Twenty- ststh street, between Seventh and B1|ktb avenues (old No. U?? Private Instruction, Singing, Harmony, do., at the lowest figure. avenues (old No. 1M1? Private InstrucUon, all RI8TOEL Ojohestra aeaU can ha had at MUBPHT A LOS GAE'S fruit and cigar store, No. 899 Broadway. 720 1 BEOADWAT. KELLY * LEON'S MINSTRELS, will open the above Hall on MONDAY EVENING, September M, with their renowned TROUPE OF ARTISTS, NEW STAGE, MEW BOKNBBT. NEW SEATS, BEST SITUATED AND HANDSOMEST HALL ON BROADWAY. RISTORI. -ONE OF THE BEST PRIVATE BOXES FO?" K Is tori this (Thursday) evening eaa be had reaaoaabt? at clothing house M N*?saa street. Academy of music-philadelphia. A signal trinmph was achieved bv the EICHI50B OPERA TROUPE upon Its Initial perfnrmanee at the ahova named establiehmant list Mondnv evening. The principal meml?*ra were greeted by a deluhted iind brilliant audlenoe, with the greatest enthusiasm. This evening. Thursdav. Sea? tember *1. IfldS, willlbe presented for this night only, the oA ehrated oomlc opera audited THE DOCTOR OF ALCAN. TAEA, the exclusive ruUt of performing which, according to vernal understanding, was parcbaeed some three year* since of the compoeer by Mr. P. Richfngs. Principal charao. tars by Misses C. Rlshings, t. Ham son, Mrs. BotidlnoL Messrs. E. Heguin, Arnold, Wyila, H. C. A J. O. Peaks*. Musical director, Mr. W. Dietrich. Tir ANTED IMMEDIATELY? FOR THE MONTGOMERY M Til K ATRK, Alabama, one good walking lady, on* second chambermaid, drat old wonaan to combine ths heavies, two res|?ui?lh|e utility: must be In mtrj way retu* ble, also a good first heavy man. Addreaa RoWKRit A DAVE V, LKskKBS AND MaNA(>KBS, ears a f FRANC RIVERS k CO.. DRAMATIC AGENTS, 28 WEST MOV*. TON ST.. sUtlng lowest isrma. N. B.? STARS having Uos will be liberally t res ted. Banjo and jig danc(no.-cloo. burlksqcb and Irish Jig Dancing taught by the renowned JOHl* OAK, 1S1 East Houston street. Terms $8 per ooura*. Ban joa all prloaa. PIA.VOFOETE9. Am agnificent rosewood^pianofortr'fo? sale? At half oost; made to order; elty makers; foil* guaiaritaed: need Ave months: Parlor Suits, F.tagefeA Bookcase. Paintings, Bronxea, Chaml>er and Dlnliwi Fur alt ore. China, (II a< and silverware. A sacrlSoa. 44 was! Sixteenth -treet, aear Sixth avenue. A GREAT BARGAIN FOR CASH.-SEVEN OCTAVE, rosewood case, round corners, csrred legs carve a moulding*, full toned Piano, for tJOO. No. IS Amltv streak aear Broadway J. BlflDLB. Aeich seven octavb rosewood pianoforte forjsale. at dtw Stub avenue, near fortieth street, round snrners. carved lege, overstrung bass, iron plats, beet dtp makers, nearly now. splendid tone: Is perfect every wayt price $338, ab ut half prloe. Apply two days. Bargains-rosewood t octave pianfortb. Iron frame, overstrung baas; orlgiaal price $80U; fof I than 9X7\ t..?> tlier with terenly others; also asanrUnent new Pianofortes at manufacturer's prices. ? Fourth ava nue, opposite Cooper Institute. 80S SALE CHEAP-A ROSEWOOD PIANO, TO FAT advances; round miners; eost fjsn. will bS sold for 8. Apply at 77 Hleecker street, up stairs. PIANOS? EI. E<l A NT EOSRWOOD' PIANOS; " AU?6 Furnlltire, Csrt ete, Oilcloths, Beddiqt Parlor aad lied, room Soils. Ac., at HLMiALL A sCOtT'S, and all llmlaon street, comer of C s aal Payment takaa by i natal BKnts if prefeired. INOT A SON, PIANOFORTE MANUFACTURERS, have oonatantly on band a Rne assortment of new and sr. xind hand upright piano* at moderate prices. Ware room Id Lasoy place, Itln-ker street, corssr of Braaaa. Pianoforte for hali immediately ?a fine Ftann, la perfert order, Nunns A Clark's make, of s? pertorlmie. Iron fnae, Stool, Cover, Ae ;WQ1 be sold for |ut. Apply at l??s Twentieth street, near Third avanaa. M TniE HORACE watkrs orand, squaee and dk ? right Pianoe, Mslo4sae? aad Oakfcsl ari'wa. To lat, real allowed if p' luasl mania reset red for tea seas. Bseaod hand P i?yFr'i,rT>7rTriririrr