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AND MOST IMPROVED PRINTING FRESHES IN
TtiR WORLD. ALL NEW, CONSISTING OF
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COLORS AND STYLES OP POSTERS,
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placards.
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atiortAn iTfiJi'nw
I ONDON AND Nl V. VOIR BTI-. AMrfr'. II* l.ilih ?
1 J I*naae?e i) I., n . ml Bred, *110, ?76iw4 cur.eocy.
K?. Iirhttil lltii to k. reduced avali.il!* for ?(? in ika.
Bi.1.1hNa f Jaffa; la I) ?'m lrom frw York .?? t W
CELLA Captoiu HlruBali, from N?-w Y"Tk ... . .Mel K
WV. P&Mf, cip'tou Billuigt trotn New York. . .<i*t. W
AtALas'i a, t'a| Uf" : 'aluam, fr?m. New York Nov ?
1 tic ..>1 Brwl . - I. rl? eii.kliifi HI fl.ONA wilt learn
piei No. & S'ui'.li ii'tei fir Iaji d?>., tud.lujj at BreM, c?
euturday, dept. 2K at I*. M
I'litl! !uilh?r n .tl... ad .I t ?leAii err of ih.? use w.ll .-nil
at tin :.t to lund pakkAHKW*. I.(.??!? v?.4 lUruuttk hy . ?>l to
I'sr i jt J4per?ei.l. '? Jtr... rrri. ? 1AU>.
Frdifct vr.ll l.e Ul? ?Uu Ibro iyh bill* of lading giver, In
I!?.rf Antwerp. Rotterdam An.?t?nUi>, * <( I) intrlrl
i'cr |.:.i?Ai'e apply I.. HOhEKT H. <11. ARK It Hjo?<lwa?.
I . i freldbl aptit ci 1A So'.ib a'reel.
II 1WLANP A ASPJKWAI.Is Agent*
O'lTAM BETWHEN ANTWERP ANIi NKW Y??H*
n the Llv.-rii.io' New Yuri *..d PhiUdeli In,, Nuan ehin I
Ccn-puty tinman J.iar, wui de?|?afa It . i.? o! I hell atoaui. .
hpM bet wo. n New York nod Antwerp direct every four i
we. Uh, reanmritt.dg w:ib
CITY OP i;iillK -itb t-eplcu.oei
Prom New York ?
CITY OK CO UK October i
Kale* of pan. 'ie;?
Prom Now York Prom Artwerp.
Find ral.ii, p;t>i. i _ rra?a- Pfl?t abin,
! Merraire 10. 1 Cl*rr*n<T Steerage, . Ill, '1''
For farther fc Tor no a Hon ireiv 1.1 Me Cm pact a utftc*.
JOHN O 1MI.K. ApC(it.
16 Broadway, New York.
VTKW YORK ASM BRFMRN STKAKPIilP' OMr ANY? j
iv fbeaneel line of flrnt rda** United State* ma. I rl.uam tk 1
itlft SOUTH AMTUN, HAYHK AND BREMEN.
RAIT1C. Cai'tatu 'J. W. Kncei a,
will 'ea>? oltr 46 North nvrr. o.i Halor.lay. September !>'
I Raton ?>f piumage. In guld or lie obii.vaienl In currency
Fifartlon ticket1. $130 art* ilTU
For freight, eiurersage. ihUe of e?. l.a.ge or paeaage apply
to ISA At' TAYLOR Pre.t.ieni,
Mn 40 Hioadway
STKAM TO LIVERPOOL, CALLING AT QUE KN'H
town.?The Inmuu line, aa:l i.g atari-weekly, carry.n:;
the II r iled flUC"! mai'.a.
, CITY OF WAPIIIMSTON ..WednredaT, Kept M
I CITY OF PAKIH Saturday, Hep;. 8*
. CITY OF AN : WERP Naturday. Oct. IS
s in- OF NEW YORK Wednesday. Oct. 9
| CITY OF ROSTOV Baturday, Oct. 18
ami eatn rueceedmg Saturday ar.<l Wedr.radar, At noon,
from l or 4b North river.
KATFfl OF PASSAGE
fcr the m&fi sleanjer aallmg every Saturday ?
Payable In (Sold. ' Parable in Currency.
F1t*1 Cable. ftM Flee rage ?Yl
To London 1116 To London. 35
To Pari* 116 To Pari* 45
Pa?*age by the We.Inimday ateamera. firat cabin, $100;
terruH, $30. Payable In United States currency.
Paeaengern alio forwarded to Havre, Hamburg, Bremen,
, Ac., at moderate ran*
Steerage paaoage from T.trerpoo! or Queenvtown, $40 e"?renry
Tlektta can be bo> ght here by per Bona sending for
I their friend*.
For furthe- -.nformatlon apply at the company'* ofliee*.
JOHN <3. DALE, Agent. 16 Broadway, New York.
Pi.tladetphla uO'.oe, 411 rhealnut elreet.
! ?TVIR STEAMSHIP CITY OF WASHINGTON, OF THE
1 1 Indian line, will sail from pior No. 45 North rlrer at
, tior.n on Wednesday, Kept. 85, for Liverpool, calling at
i Quennatowu.
Rati a or Ptwiflt-Firat rabln $100; ?!*er*ce, $30,eiir
reucj .JOHN (1. DALE, Agent, IS Broadway.
CAFFTY, SPEED AND COMPORT.
1 i' Further Reduction in Pevtiaee Rate*
Tbr fav.-Tie passenger steamers of the Anchor T ins
[ ealt over/ Saturday, with paeecugcts tor Liverpool, Glasgow
| IOWA, Hrildririct, aalls .. Saturdav, Sop'. 'JS
I IIItlTAHMA, Lnl'd, *3 lie ..Saturday, ''-'t. fi
, II1HKRNIA. Wuum, eails.. Saturday, Cot, 12
I ?From 'he companr'a pier, 3) Nortn riror.
K?!?a of pn *age payable i i ourrennv.
To Liverpool, Glasgow and I'cnj?^ablos. $90 und $71,
iyvnidi up to loeatlon.
Ktcitrai u) ti. ket?, good for twelve months, $100.
Iu'ernieJiate, $:?; SI crape, $;ift
prepaid certijoateii from there ports, $3,1.
j PitSiiengers hooked to and from Hamburg, Rotterdam,
Antwerp. tlavro, tx, at very low rates,
i For further information apply t.t the Compnny'e off!"et,
N?. 6 Howling Green, few Y irk.
FRANCIS M ACTION ALT) A CO., Agenti.
To avoid imposition passengers will please coino direct to
the oliieea, a a thin company doea not employ runners.
R1BK X'Hi'l'i! iViKMAN LLOYDS
J am hip Dl lJIHOHLAMD, II. Wrv.els. mar.er. carving
mo Unite,! Sutej mail, will ?ail from ilu- Bremen
p.vr fo.il ?f third ?treel, lioboken, oa
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28,
roa
J1REMFV, VIA BOFTITAMPTOJf,
Using paaeenge.rt to
London, Havre, Southampton and Bremen,
at lite following rat,.*, payable In gold or Its equivalent In ;
currency:? I
Far the f rat cabin. $125: eecond ealT.n $79;
Steerage, $87 ?/?.
To t>e followed by rteamnup BREMEN, If. A. v. Nyc*
her. master, on Thursday. October 3.
For freight or iiaKKixo apply lo
_ OELR1CHS A CO., ?8 Broad street.
AAM.V AMERICAN LINE TO ENGLAND AND
t/ FRANCE.
T?k?i Mam Y ipL it) i ITavi-a Klenmiliin nAmn?n*'e #wa! aUm
wjul stramnbin* A It AGO ami FU LTON, to flarre, cabing ut
Falmouth. carrying the United State* malls, from pier No.
4d North ilrer on (be following day* at noon:?
ARAiJO 17. A. Gadsden Saturday. .Sep. 28
PULION O. II. Townaend Paturday, Oct. #>
AKACO II. A. Gadsden ...Paturday, Nor. 23
fulton ...o. n. Townaeud.. Paturday, Dec. 31
ami arerr iiventT-elgh! day* thereafter.
J'KICKS OF PASSAGE PAYABLE IN SOLD.
FIR>-T ft vsS $120
SECOND CI, VPS TO
Through ticket* to London $9 eitra.
AneiiKtri'aeed aurgeou on hoard.
The company will nut be reaponatbl# for spede er *alnable*
urde** liilia of lading, baring the ralue txpreaaed,
are aigned therefor.
I'or further information apply to
tUHLPH J. COMSTOOK, Agent.
No. 7 Broadway, New York.
.1 VS. A \V 'OTTOS, tlarre. Oeneral Agent In Uuropa.
LHERBCYTP.. ICANE A CO? Part*.
Till- NATIONAL link.
Steamer* weekly to Ltreipool and <]u**na:ow?. lear I
ina t.Mir 47 North rtrer, erery Saturday.
liKNM tKh Thorn?UI. Saturday, Oct. 3.
KRIN, Ifal), Saturday, Oct. IS
t'ahln [' .age. glial currency.
Nteer.oge iua*\ge, $25. currency.
steerage tickcte from TJierpool or yueenrfown, $35. curreney.
1 Vr furtlier particular* apply at tho office* of the company,
K and 37 Bnadway or 79 Broadway.
P. w. .!. IIURRT, Managai.
t'l'KAM Wl.l KI.V To VNU FROM LIVERPOOL AND
>J Ouc.'iKtowii by Cnnard line.
rIAl.TA aail* Saturday, September 21.
1IHCI. A aaila >A edneaday, September 25.
t'ahln paaofge $A0, gold: tteerage $25, currency. Steerage
p***ige to New York $.15.
I'm- freight or cabin paaaage apply at No. 4 Bowling
G rcc n.
For yieemgr pai.cige apply at 89 Broadway.
E. CUN VRD.
N'OTD'K.?TUB SPLENDID STEAMSHIP MINNESOTA
<tll* froiu pier 97 hut rlter. for Vuetuttowu and Lieerpco'.
ot> VYcdueaday, Sept. 35, at Boon.
th.bJii p*???ge. $M). g dd: ateeraga. $25. currency.
Apply t>. WILLIAMS AOl ION, *> Hroadwar.
STKAM TO qi'RBNSTOWN AND LIVKHPOOL.
Ftom New Tork only $35 ate' rage.
M1NNRSOTA W'edoeaday, Sept. 35
? Illi'AGO Wednesday, Oct. SI
Prom pier H7 Baal rleer.
t'abiD paaaage. $sn. gold.
I'av*age fr in and to New Tork. Pari*, Ilauthnrg, Ro-terd.wt.
At ]>rafU on Ireland. England, Ftauca and tier,
many at lowest ratea.
Apply ' > WILLIAMS A ono?, 29 Broadway and 89
soui h street.
PIIK IIAMB, Ki. VMHUICAN PACKET COMPANY'S
I iron mail aieamahlp
TBI'TONIA,
Vt Bar ! <a. commander, carrying the United State* mail,
will ?a 11 on Saturday, neptemoer *t. at 11M., fur
HAMBURG,
king ueaaetigera for Ilaiahnrg. Marre. Southampton and
Loiid'l..
Kir*t rahiB, IS24 net otd eubln, $75; atterage $37 M; payable
In gold ct lu ouulTalenL
The lit MJtt'Nl.V. BUera. will aail Octobers*
M MHI'.Wi CO., t\ H. HirHAKDn * BOAS,
iirnernl kganU, UtiniTOl Paaaanger ApaU,
4.1 K.1.-I ange p. if?, M Y. N.. 0 Bar. lay atraat. N. Y.
y-ir iv WBKCl.Y ro Avit rnov utKitPooi, ami
tjiieenatuWB \ f C'lnarl line.
II K< I.A aatia Hi'luri'lti. Saptember H.
ft RIKA a?U? YAednenday, Ot.obar a
, a?a?g- $4), gold; ?i'riagr $Ji. rurrtncy Alteraan
rat-age t > Bi'ir Y?rk ?:?
For freight or eablo paa?aga apply at No. 4 Bawling
Creata.
Fc pa?aaga apply at IP Broadway.
E. CrBARD.
^ p i v sitter unnmnk
Tb? tlenertl 1'r n-ailai.tlr t'nmpany'a mall aUMiaahlpa
IH waer Si h fork anil llavr*, tailing at Hrrat.
I ha 1'ai.r. d nrn Taaaeit on tlilg farorlte routa for Iba
?V?t :.aui all ?a.l (r?i Pier No. 40 Nvrlh rirar. taa folio*
a ?
*1 I gtloNT. K -ande Saturday, Oet 3
Ph Kl'.l HI . Itueheanr Saturday. Oct. It
VII.LB l?K PARIS. Rurio nit Saturday, Nor.'J
fcl'ROPK. I.-marie Saturday, Nor. Id
PRUK OK PAHSAOK (In. 'Ing wine.)
I>. at .r ir g Id ai e |uir.?len! in rurrr
TO BltKSr OR H :K,
Klrat oatuiu $1?'. Reound > n, $11*1
To PARIS
.eluding ia..war te-krta fur *! iwi bom I
F ?*i uab'u, fldt. Seoon.l . .i. $1(111
l(.fr,. b?. ?e.| thr ngb to Pana
? . i . aiien-larre fraa of eharge.
rt ei? t.aan.- a do not narry ataora - paaaeng?r*
a I, an tiwrelata going to or raturnlat from Ute Contl
?o' Utiropn by taking the > >am*n or thl- llna. aroid
nrna -aiary r.aa* frn-n tranait lw Kngltan rallwaya and
a .a i otwanaa baa daa raring m-ieh timt. troublaaad
OlOHOR M APR RN41K. 4gr.it, S* Broadway
pa--A'?U BY sTRAMKUTO ANO PRO*
I l.iT-rpool an t (jneaaalown
at r.Mhcel ratea.
a a .if-eo, I. -a-poo) aid lrf?ndoa,
bt Peat rtaaa parget ahtp*
l> afta oey.am- ,n ali parta of t?r*?i Britaia and Ira aad at ,
Apply*a*TAPRCOTr BROS , W Sooth aireet, and T Broad- !
a a * rat Yuri
COAItTWIHE PtTKAYimilP*.
ratrii'iii a,all. an aw?iltr*? nnVatara
f , . liM I in i aM?o?:WIA AMD CH'.MA.
< imvrimo rmiiEb mtatbn mail.
vi* caniml railroad.
* ' 4i? ?ar ? p.ar <i M jrlh r.ttr, toot of Caaal air***, *t
|Jn'. in: A. 1.44*. k* r !< ?? ? .. ...
A'b. iflklZOMA, Oplaln Man<7, aaanaa'taf wltk
?? F. aMkP f<?. ''warty.
*?pt ii--hkm at i'm allmcrt. Cap lata Oraf,
f?K* H'MTASA. ' ?owaio Kuttoa
nr' m.--iuk1 VI aiar i'npiala ooorna, aann?#tiaf
1>V CTT*?C?pvrt? T.*|Md?r
1UB p?ali ?a?>.ja jL^>ww< rraa l* aaea adult paaaan^r.
Kadi.'jnaaat at'*?4**i a If*". . .
4 ii jaranuraa tourk a* A?r'il">; iktH ?f W ?alBA 1
?>au??, a< Ftnava witti ?i?*jn?r? far Mouth PariR# porta. :
laiaadlltt tor C antra. Amnaai porta, aad thaaa #f lot i
^ialrtw.V'fHtik <* wt Bina'A raaoarta Willi tfca oow j
atZaaTuaa 'roan P*oa?a la *i*Mralia aa<t Maw Znaiand
?Mirt ?f ^rp.r-TiS?r II Will a mnact aloaala wltk ataanaar i
C tf ' tru MaWrMwS* OoV Mr 14. tor f otokama ant |
P4an'aV^koh.Uia wv* awwtr OaW. ILaafor |
>1 fqhaar lafnrwattga apply at
taat^^Tih# wkarf f-?? * <-'"> > ?u^ A#n* m#r' 1
MaVtaTl r **?* * Ajaai
N K. W 'P liKAN!*, HIIIBC up. nv> j
V I'm# ?M ,i uni ' ? ?*** **"*15 O^ih ril.r
I'apia.a A w A l^aipaoA, wUTfcr***P.*l
r .oar, ?ap:?nibnr li at I P. M. T*r , If "
' ??tna ma inataaail amnmwtatUt.Y'oa ?"VT M II I f
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C. BBE1LD. NUNDATr, ffl
COiS"WISH ITKAMSHIPI.
VOU HT THOMAS AM) BRAZIL.-Til* RliBOANT
I side*, heel Kl< amsliip ?J1' 11)1 <1(1 srAR *UU> tu?r bur.
>i*n ('ajiUiii liftn* B. Moeuiu. <*?)?*> lor K.i tie Janeiro
ar.u intrrn'< o-.le lo-ln oil Men lay, Berlin ' * r A IBW, al.l
1". M , 'r hi j).i r 43 NorU: rtv?r.
fi'i j l.i ir paeeare ? !???'? 40
UAKKIHOJI 4 A1.1.EN, Agents,
A Un?lln( Sirseu, New York
I r? 1'1'KD BTATBS MAIL TO HAVANA,
ly ATLAMI'U MAll. STKAMSH1F COMPANY.
SAi3t.fi iCfutsrl? overj Thursday Ireji pier Ks 4 North
nic si & o'clock 1*. M.
MOk'i t'AlW.K, l!aplai? Rkhd. Ails'it', Rspl. *.
<' )(.UMUIa. t'apiainD. B. Barton, Cutcbei .1
) frelgtrt or raseago apply (a
UKU. B. UARTROM, rrrsidsnt.
No. A Buttling timet.
LM)K HAVANA. VIA NARHAC, N. P
r fl.s lit111h 1< sort Ncrift American Rovsl Mnil Ptesm
racket Couijiauv'i lieM strainer CORSICA. Captain 1.
M. sum m, will sail fur Ifer iiUvr purls lioui Ine Company's
wharf sit Jersey O 4? at noon (id
K.iiui ilny, 'Ji Idl er A, Pw.rilaT, November 2.
fat race money to Nase&u w
sage n.oi:cy lo (tsvans BU
U'ayutils tn gold <
F-vr freight or peerage apply to
IS OLNARD, No. 4 Rowling Oreen.
I/O)' OA1.VB8T0N, TKXA8.
r Tesa* I.ine.
The A1 tea met
OlMiK i 1TY
!?r.t? rreevmg fre.gbi ai pier 'A> Kaet nrer.
?r Ire ahi or piSMiee, bavins euper.ur ar, ommodal not,
app)} lo I C. II. MALLOKY A Co , liiS Maiden .sue.
CIMUaS FOR NISW ORLBANS.-THE NEW YiRK
I ' Man Mean ship Compmijr'i Qua Ocean Hleauiei will
leave rler+6 North neer at 3 r. M.. as follows-?
MARIPOSA, on WKUN8DAY. September 36. 1
All bills ul' lading sigr.ee st 'he ofllce on ibe pier.
For freight or jmesage apply to UEOKUK H. HARTBON,
Fi evident, No. 0 Bowling 'trees.
\fOI31f.K. GALVESTON AND LAVAOCA.
jix me steamenip itAi.ctUH, leaving pier an isono
rtver, oil Saturday, Sept. JS, at 3 P. M , will rewire freight
lor the above pons to ha revhrpped .it New Orteao* per
Morgan a llr.o of iteamera. For rate* of freight apply to
LIV1NQSTON, FOX a CO., f>8 Liberty street.
i VTliW YORK AND SAVANNAH.
1* Vmotre line of vldawhecl .earner*.
han SALVADOR, Ntekeraon. Saturday, September 21.
PAN JACINTO. Atkin*. Saturday. September 3H.
Irtui pier 13 North river, punctually at Jo clock 1*. M.
GARRISON A ALLEN. No. b Bowliug Oreeu.
Via savannah, oeorgia.
<.reat Southern Freight Line. ,
Through frelguU to the South an 1 Southweat.. The following
lines of aii'f mshlps rnn In connection with the Central
Railroad of Genrgin, and are alone authorized to give
through bill* ladl ng tn Interior point*
Ste niihlp* LEO. VIKGuand CLEOPATRA, railing every
Tuet.lay, at 3 P. M., from pier 16 Ra*t river.
MURRAY, FERRIS A CO..
61 and t?! South street. Agents.
Pteimshlps H. LIVINGSTON and GENERAL B A Ks KB,
ailing every Thurtday, at S P. 54., from pier 36 NYrth
river. L1V1NOSTON. FOX A CO.,
8H Liberty etiee.t. Agent*
Stenmahlpu SAN SALVADOR and SAN JACINTO, titling
every Saturday, at 3 1*. M , front pier PJ North river.
GARRISON A ALLEN. No. 6 Howling Green. Agent*.
To meet the warts of Unlpper*. there line# when necessary
will put on additional sfrps, thereby avoiding all delay
In transportation by tills route.
Shippers nre requested to Insert the name of the al.ip in
their can receipts.
Ooede shipped by anv other !inc< i sloamers or udllng res.
*el?) will be changed local rates frm Savannah.
For further information apply to tin .\g< nt* of the above
steamship lines, or to ti.J. FORK AC RE,
Ueneraf Agent Orcst Southern Freight Line,
144 aud 146 Greenwich itre.t.
LioR SAVANNAH, OA.,
r EVERY THURSDAY.
BLA K ,-TAK INDEPENDENT LINE.
Steamship HVNTSVII.LE, Cant. Isaac Crowell, leaves
THURSDAY, Sept. 26, M7.
Steamship MONTGOMERY, (.'apt. Thus. Lyon, leave*
THURSDAY, Oct. 3. 1*17.
At 3 1' M_ from pier 13 North river.
It. LOWDKN, Agent. 33 We?t siren
OCTAVIt'R coIIKN A CO., Agent*, Savannah.
X TOT ICE
i\ TO "IIIPPERR VIA SAVANNAH. GA.
Goods destined inr t .n Interior shipped by the Black Star
lntli pen ent Lii.u "onsigued to Octavos Cohen A Co.. agents
In Savnpnalr, wul he forwarded to place or deatlnktlo i at
total cost not to eicced that uow charged bv the comlnua.ion
line*. R. tOWDKN, Agent.
WOB SAVANNAH, OA.?MURRAY's LINE.
I K\cry Tneiday, from pier 16 East river, foot of Wall
street.
Freight at half tariff rate*.
The favorite steamship*
CLEOPATRA, Captain Roger.''. Tuesday, Sept. 24
LEO, Captain Dearborn Tuesday, Oct. 1
Fur fre.glit or piuaaga applv to
MURRAY. FERRIS A CO..
t>1 and 62 South street.
N"EW york and savannah.
Empire Dine of elite wheel steamer*.
SAN JACINTO, Atklna, Satnrday, September 28.
8AN SALVADOR, Nlrkeraon, Saturday. Octobers.
From pier IS, North riror, punctually at S o'clock p M.
GARRISON A At J JiN, No. ft Bowing Green.
"VrOTICE TO SHIPPERS VIA RAVANNAF. OA.
i.1 Goods drstiued for the Interior of Georgia and a!?o
Florida shipped by the hlack Star Independent Line, consigned
to the railroad agante, or Ocuvu* Cohen t t'o., in
Saranoab, will be forwarded to place of destination at a
total co?t not to exceed that now enatged by the contblnation
lines. it. LUWPKN, Agent.
IAOR SAVANNAH. OA.
J? Freight reduced to oi e-lialf tariff rates.
Flotir ?Pc. per barret.
Th ! foilowtr.u tir?t class steamahtp* will leave punctually
and liave the nirlnttve tight to Issue Mils of lading and |>assenger
tickets, to connection with th * Central Katlroad of
Georgia, to all polnta in the South and Southwest:?
Steamships LEO and CLP.OPATRA, sailing every Tuesday.
at :t P. M.. from pier 16 Fast liver. MURRAY, FERRIS
A CO., 61 and 62 South street. Agent*.
Steamships II LIVINGSTON and OKN. BARNKK, saillug
very Thursday, at 3 P. M , from pier 06 North river.
J-ATNgSTO.V, Fot A- CO.. 86 Liberty street. Agent*.
steamship* PAN SAi.t M Ml It ami SAN JACINTO. **11.
ing even Satui'dav. at ii P. M., from pier 13 North rirer,
GARRISON A ALLEN. No. i Bowling tfreen, Agent*.
To meet the wauls of shipper* these lines, when tieresaar>,
trill put on additional elnpa, thereby avoiding all delay
in traiisi>ortatloti by tins route.
their ? art receipt*.
KEOfl.tll [INK FOR OHa'BLCSTOK, S. C.. THE
Florida Forts nud the South en 1 Southwest.?Freight
tower than by any other line. Ktnt cabin passage, ?1.\
with splendid' avcomioo.tatlor.s. The luatand popular s.de.
wheel steamship ALAHAMA.J. Liiueburner, Oonnn.mder,
i? now receiving cargo, and trill bo despatched on Saturday.
3dlh Inetant, at 3 1*. M . from pier 14 F'.aet river, foot of Wall
street ARTHUR LEAKY. 73 William ttrret.
FtOlt < HAKLEHIOS-KV I.RY THURSDAY.?THE I'EOple'a
Mail Ste.mslnp Coiupanr'e steamships.
MOSr.liA. Copt. Winches er. sells Thursday. September 23.
K. H. SOLDER, Captain I*-btir, sails Thursday, October 3,
Ironi pior >o 0 North wee, at 3 ]*. M. Through pws'^ge
tickets and hills of lading lave I ro all points South, In connection
with South Carolina Railroad.
For freight or passage apply at the nfPrs of the company,
13 Broadway. WHI.Rl.ER A UNXAKD, Agents.
For charekston every haterday?frbiout
reduced?The only Saturday steamers having through
connection vrlh South tannine Railroad. .New York and
Charleston Steamship Corigpary's first < lass sldewheei
steamships
M AN H .AT*fAJf, Capt. Woodhull Saturday, Sept. 28
CHAMPION. Capt. Lockwood ..Saturday, Oct. 5
from pl*r No. 3 North river, at 3 P. M. Through tickets and
bills of ladii!,': to all points South In connection with lue
South Carolina Railroad and Florida ?'e intern.
11KNUY H. MORGAN A CO., Agents, ?. Broadway.
i KtYKLLKHV OL11); ..
Albany day unb.?thk c. vjrbakd and dan.
1F.E DMiiVT will (on and alter May Ul) leara
Deebruese* straet at 1:30 nod Thirty-fourth street at 144 lor
Albany, making the usual landings, and connecting at ilk
eae depot at the New York Central to all points on the ilea,
irai. Northern and ttuejusbaune Roads.
Benedict** time table for rbptembkr, sec.
und edition, of Railroads and Steamboats, complete;
also City Maue for Ml wats.
BENEDICT DROP.. Jewellers, 171 Broadway.
("1RK.AT REDUCTION IN PIKSTOLASd PARE. WEST,
T Morth and Kast, Tin New,York Central and Northern
Railroads and Troy line Steamers, from pier 4i North r.r tr,
foot of Spilngetreeh dally, at < P. X. .Saturdays etceptel).
First class paaseager fares from New York:?
To Albany and Troy ?$ I 110 Saratoga $1 ,*a
heheuectady I j| Fori Edward I4i
Fouua IN Whitehall J 4)
I'ties I4i Rutland * 01
Rome 1 7d Burlington b 01
flTTaense 3 .',1 North Adama 2 Ul
Rochester ft jo St. A1 turns ^ ii
Loekport Ogdenatuarg DAI
Suspension Bridge i I Montreal... ? To
Buffalo < 7ft *
And proportionate mluoUon to all taleratdlaie po'nta and
stations west front Buffs e.
Ticket* sold and baggage checked at the oiSoa, Sub Wet:
si oroo board.
Hudson river *ni> bari.km railroadiTI
T-alns for Albany sad Troy, eonnectlag with Northern
hod Wettera trains, ieare New Yerk, via lludsoa Rlvar
Railroad. Thirtieth street and Tenth areaae, I A. X., 11 M.
and s 90, am and II P. M.. and via Harlem Railroad, Taraaif-with
atraat aaj Pnwth a?aona* at 10 30 A. M. and I ii t.
H. Tha * JD aad 11 P. M. ir?io? *1* HnJaoa rtvar will r ia
ao Buadart
a.teyinf ear* a-U-heJ to 6 M and II P. M. traiaa.
WH. II VANDKRB1LT. Vtca Praaldaat.
I IUAHN ADD TOBACCO.
AIVRK bVOKINli TOHAlOO.? NATURAL VIKUIS"A
Laaf. ao naronny Tha Slock Ktrhanga Stunting To.
baco pot up at nrat -ly lor Ida Saw York eltj trada In V X
and ona pound tataa. at Al a |*r pound. For .?!*, wholaaala
and retail, br
lonv OACI.T. Sola rmprlater.
P.mplra HolM'tig, 71 Broadway, Saw York.
Oltn lt|t|\ lllUAKd. VROM 911 TO ?li?i I'KK
JlWUivV" thousand. U. I'llRKKH, A*?nt Saw York
Clear Manufaciarloe Company, tM Warrca atraal
i MimnnaifTBa
c'rksch TttRATRK orchestra STALLS pur
r 'ha opanirf i iiMof tha ''omit Opara and t? for all
(Iratalata piara* of a-otiaanieal rnn ba bad at tba ttckat
Ska. Saw Ycrfc Ucital
CYHOK R KEsPRt h!? skats, PUR ALL TH8 TURA
J traa, aaa ba bad a' to- Tbaatra Tlrkat aibra,
At Id-tig Koom Fifth Ararnia Una.
\rtRST fl l?H 4* 'TO K WILL RKORIYF! PRIVATR
pui'la far tba '*??. ntmetiaf iham ta tha hlahaat
r h? t-?ri? * '.ii Wanafar. autloo K. Vcr?
1JKSKRVKP SPATS PUR THR OPKRA AStl ALL THR
11 rbaairat, can ha procured In mlvaara.at tha
thratKr ticrkt orrich.
114 RROADirAT.
H.ASJU-1 MAVR TACPR LESSORS OS THR
Santo of tba l>ohwn Srothate, M Bmadway, aad
rhaarfullf roooaai.ic-td ifla,r .yttaiu o.'?Btructloo
LOTTA. |
PATKST SAMO -H. r UORSOS'I ORRAT .MODEL
rntahlaatiuo Kaajo. patantad July M, MVllMMN
brill am touod inatrumaat ta tiic warld.
_ DoBSO* BROTHERR. dB Iroadwy.
Ak/ASTKP A ?'ARTSRR, WITH MORRT. FOR A
yy public entaytalaianl of "ia Hlabaat iMmuh'llty and
milt. Addraaa U Jttaylard Mptnalar Houaa, ar Mil dally
rri'n Ii la I.
TICIRT* TOR THE THRaTKRS TO U HAD At TUB
Rt'lraad Twkaf Ol a Ml RjaadwaV. I
U. n. ADAMS, l|Mk t
'PTEMBER 22, 1867.-TR11
AniSENEMTS.
ADELAIDE HI TUUI-TO MUKKOW. E LIZ ABE TIL
THEATRE KRAM'AIH.
SOlei Leeie* Kiwi !)(W,-iOT OBAO
TO-MORROW EVKNINC. MONDAY, f"Pr. 23,
ADKt.AlDK RlhToRl m he r gMal roL* ' .
ELIZABETH, QUKBN OF BNCI.AND, which will bo pro.
.luedwilh new r-cenerv. Imported Irwm farts, tiid irwid
a. at- eu k-run. blCNOK EOZZo in lb* roia ?l Eeeei.
In 11epftr?t!'>n. MYKBHAamlSCKlJK TKKEHA.
Kiieuaiea prepareHro* are being made for lha |ireda?tlwa
ol Oiacoinetu can*urated work,
. _ MARIE Antoinette.
Id BROOKLYN Mane. RlSfoLl will appear oa
TUESDAY NEXT. sKfr. 24. a? RLL4AHEHI.
The rcrular lotion night* in New York will he Monday, .
Weduteiay and Kndae einiini* a no HeD. iu.it MaUnce.
EVKKY TUESDAY?KIRTOKI 1M BROOKLYN.
Brooklyn academy-rwtoki. hlieabbtu.
Dirwehir J, OltAU
MaIiaMK ADELAIDE KIN TORI
Will inaugurate toe neuaon ol lab; An el ibn
BROOKLYN ACADEMY OF MI'S 10,
ON TUESDAY, SBI'T 24.
In hergreut role uf KLIZAbETtI, Queen of England which
wiD to produced wilta the weaie new Scenery. imported from
I'm ii, and irendm.ee eu aceaaaion Monday evening in N. Y.
K'g. BoZ/o ei ESSEX (Me firm appeuiuncu iu Biodklyu).
Oenera! adrntiilnn. >1 00: reaerveil Ub teals ettra; I
family circle, 76 c*?u.
rpHK FRENCH THEATRE.
1 II. l>. HATE MAN lx'Mee ml Director.
SEASON OK OPERA BOL'FPK.
Mr. Bateinan linn I bo honor to mi sonnc* to the public that
lie liua engaged a Company of Parisian artist* to appear In
the nboro >i ert?|ltr or French Comic Opera, ami thai be
bar perfected all hie arrangements for ita production in ttiia
city, in the most complete manner possible, comprising a
beautiful Wardrobe, bv Vonnon, cf the (Irand Opera Hnuna,
Part*; now ami appropriate scenery, by Mr. George Evan*.
A LARUE AMU EFFICIENT ORCHESTRA,
under the leadership of Mom. Lcfevro.
A* ultu a
KI'LL AMD EXPERIENCED CHORUS
The Initial lerformaiice will bo OFFENBACH'S Or*ra,
in three aci*. of
THE OKA.NI> DUCHESS
or
GEROLSTBIN,
which \Till be presented whit the follotvlng east
THE GRAND DUCHESS Mil*. EUOIEB Tt>8TKC.
Fritz M. Uuffroy Baron Pu-k. ...II. Eugrlffoul
General liourn.M. Ducheone S.ivtu H1 M. Monler
Prince Paul M. I<educ Wanda Mile. Da Pelcouri
Baron Grog. M. Valtcr
Other characters by the company.
Night* for Opera Bouffe every Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday.
OPENING *10HT.
TUESDAY, September 34. 1807.
Doors open at 7W. Overture begins at 8 precisely.
Prices? Admission, $1; reserved eeata, $1 SO; balcony
boiea taocording t > locationh 98 and $IU; proscenium boles
(according to To, aiioul, $1U sod $lfi: galkry. SO centa.
Omnibuses, to oonvev vlaltora free of charge to the French
Opero, will star; from 'corner of Broadwiv and Fourteenth
street every five minutes, between 7 acd ft F. M., returning
from ill* -beatre alter the performance.
1'BRRACE GARDEN,
Third anvnuo, between Fifty.elghth and Filty-ninth ata.
PHI 1.1P RKRNKT Proprietor.
Pntrrtncea on Fifty-eighth ar.d Fifty-ihntifc meets.
Entrances for carriages on Third a-^tiue.
H. ECKHARDTH
FIRST GARDEN CONCERT,
THIS (SUNDAY) EVENING, September 32.
I'roukimnk?Psrt I.
I. Anon ll.irvli H. Eckhsrdt
?. Overture?Vrelachutl. .Weber
h. \Va!!/--hoidHten.TaE/'.e Limner
4. rinaleaus Obaron Weber
Part 2.
ft. Overture?FIdelNtn E Beethoven
ft. <.nlr>i>? l.ehcnsluBt U. Eckbardt
7. Sereotda Tittle
Ax-aura. T. II- etzel and Gerald.
8. Finale.?Koiriuo ainl Juliet Bellini
Pakt a.
9. Overture.?Part du (liable.: Auber
10. Polka.?Baumgsrden Pilse
Jl. hied.?Wleaction Mat du SVeidt
(Trombone. Mr. Kappa.)
13. Quadrille.?Wetamuns Herman
Conductor HERMAN KCKUAKDT
To commence at 7'i o'clock.
Admission 25 cent a.
The*- Coneerta will continue every Surdsj during t'.ic fall
and winter.
TERRACE GARDEN RESTAURANT.
Connected with the Garden K a first elm* Restaurant,
O' ioi day aud evening, at which Dinners, suppers and all
kinds of rcp-at arc wrred in the best style. Person*. Btteudme
the Concerts may he served either In the rooms attached
to the Restaurant or at the tables In the garden.
LMITll AVENUE THEATRE?TWENTY-FOURTH ST.,
L' corner Broadway and Fifth avenue.
The gifts: burlesque and comedy companv attracting
CROWDED HOUSES EVERY RIGHT.
FKA I>IAVOt.O,
THE BEAUTY AND THE BRIGAND.
TOO MUCH FOR GOOD NATURE.
Etery evening, to the elite and fashion of the town.
L UFFING WELL
As the Forrcrttan Reppo, and tho melancholy Dane,,Borneo
Jafl.er Jenkins.
Mr*. SEDLEY BROWN
As the redoubtable Brigand, with "taking" ways, and the
churning Chummy.
Otbrr characters by the best burlesque artiste ever congregated
in New York.'
A NIGHT OP UPROARIOUS JOLLITY.
Remember the family Matinee on SATURDAY, st 8 P. M.
A tare chance for ladles and children.
Doors i. i -i. evening* at * %. Admission "Scant*.
BANVARD'S OPERA HOUSE
AND Mt'HKUll,
Comer of Broadway and Thirtieth street.
Manager and Director Mr. JOHN DE POL
Mr. HE POL beg* to announce to the pnblic of New York
that the opcn.'ug of the abut e establishment will take place
SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 88, 1857,
on which occasion ho will have the honor to or* sent the
Erand Specie. ular Koeric, in four acta and twenty.one
tableaux. entitled the
DEVIL'S AUCTION;
Or. THE UOLDEN BRANCH,
written expressly for thta theatre by Mr. Arthur Curat
Armengol, and w hich will be produbod In a manner never
before attempted In America nor aurpaaeed In Europe.
The scenery, painted by the renowned artisU, Meter*. Oatyo
A Sous, the costumes. armor, pro|iertlea and mechanical
efl> tv. all made from original deaitrna, and Imported from
Paris at a orist of 878.UtH), will outvie In rplendor anything
yet pre.ento.l n the American public.
Mr. do l'ol baa secured the servicesof
Mile, OUIHKPPINA MOKLACHI
the now reigning star of tho TerpsUhotean Art In Europe,
w inee arrival la dally expected. In addition to whom the
follow itig premier oau?cu??e will have the honor of making
the r first appearance on the opening night:?
GIJhA HI.AS1NA. of the Milsn theatres.
AI'ltt'nTA BOHLKK, of the Berlin and Hamburg then
treA.
EKMRAILDA 1)1 AM. of her Majesty's theatre, Loudon.
KlHiKKIE LUl'O, of the. Turin theatre.
AUKEI.1A ItlCCI, of the Hruaaellea theatre.
t'ATItlNA t'ORH ADI >E, Trent the Paris theatres, and
Moiib. CIOVAN'.N'I LL'PO, brat dancer of the Bordeaux
theatre, and a ii'iineroiia and talented corpa of oorvpbeea,
figurantes Ac., Aa, under the direction of lbs world renowned
utaitre de ballet
Nona. DUN EN ICO RONZANI.
In calling attention 10 the name* of these artiata M. de
Pol would atate that ea -h one of the above has been rboten
from among tite first danrcre in Kunpe, and not culled
frout the front rank" of coryphees and folate,1 on the public
to a po-lUon they are not entitled to Each artlai In thla
roiTipaiiv will be placed lu the rank their talent and repu'aiko
lit inem for. aid a--nine ouiyine same poailiou tncy
have attained in the dillcrent European citlra where tbey
have just concluded engagements.
The dr*?uit;ic4?tu>ii?n> will comprise, among other first
data a.lisle,
Mr ROBERT McWADK
(hla first apnearanoe in New York),
.Mr H. B Pull.LIPS, Mr. M. c.DALT,
Mr. E. MORTIMER, Mr. D. W MILLER.
Mr. I H. PHILLIPS, Mr. .A THOMPSON.
Mr S. B. DPFflELD,
Mi-? PAS NY s'ToyUKLER,
Milt FANNY REEVES. Mlas EMMA SOMERS.
Ml,a ADA MEYERS, Ac. Ac.
A full and -ompiele orchestra, under the experienced
baton of
Mom A. PREOIOAM,
will perform the uew and original must- arranged expressly
for thla piece.
Xot vithatanding the nonaoua eipemii'ures Incurred in
nre-entir.g tMe grand Terpt'cborean Spectacle. Mr. De Pel
has doaenwaed to adopt the foUowtag popn'ar tariff at admission:?
Orchestrachain. $1 M
Parrpiei circle 1 uu
Balcony chairs 1 au
Balcony clr'la 1 flu
Dress curie oh Ira 1 is)
<ieneretadmission and dreaecirele.... 7t
Family -Irelo 80
Proscenium Iwiaa $8 and 10 (SI
I be t>os olirea for sale of secured seats (for three days la
advance) will bo oponed on IVadueeday morning. September
Xf- IS87. at o'clock at. tbe Opera House, corner Broad way
ai.d I birty-first street; at the ticket office at Chlrkering A
Hons' pianoforte wartroouis. tiM Broadway, and at 1W
Broadway.
KKOTIKLYN OPERA HOUSE. ~
Corner of Fifth and Souib Koertb streets, Williamsburg,
MONDAY EVENIO. SEPT. 88.
Pi, at night of the oelobratc?l artists,
JULIA DEAN.
Who will appear aa Julia, in the play of tbe
HP NCI!BACK.
To ooclude with the far* of
WILFUL MURDER.
Bowery tukatre-a >kw rknsatiox.
Mies | The ('harming Mia*
I.IZZETTB BER- Fenaalloc Actresa, LTUFTTR BERNARD.
the MM* LIJUKTrK NARD, tn? DelightBeautiful
Hen** BERNARD, In fill Xu::(ittii<,uu>
(too Actress, u the Prima of sense and Animation
OKltRA. OR! AN A. Arlresa aa OK! AN A
lh* Drama "f OHTAN A, I ? I 0 Reader
T'lKtTRK coiuuri, Sti H ROAD WAT, orroiifi
1 W. N Ic bolaa liltAl
FIFTH wkrk.
Ttie popular family ream i-rowded with the elite aed
fashion. Third week DUTCH RiCHaRD TUB THIRD,
the moit lanehabla hurleeuue every played. Mr. D. L.
MOKIUR as the Cmok Bark Tyrant. In the original Uerman
tail, first appearance #f tho popular ooaedlan. Mr. pick
RALf II. Another new bill by
BFM COTTON AND BAM All ARPLF.Y'N MINRTKRI.N
CMARLKY WMITF, FRANK L.AHY. D. I* MoRRI*. MIMA
KVA BKIIMT, Fl.oltl Rf'K REYNOLD A. Ml.I.E. HE
VKRK Charley White's original Charroel Mketrh, THE
RoLNrY BKilkRRB. i.KM.n OF I It K OTMNAfllllM, by
IliK W oMlKKH I. LK<>Kti. t.ie great Spanish Oynmaa's.
Admission?15, 30 and 75 cent*. Doors open at 7; oonamenetng
si A
(IRANI! MATIN I'M EVERT SATURDAY. AT IV
BASTARD A Ol'RUA UOL'AR
AND NITAKITH,
Corner of Thirtieth street and Broadway.
Manager sudfleoeral Dlrettor JOllft Da PAI.
This establishment will shnrtls opon, ?n wh'rh oeraeton
the npsotecular and Magical Plat of the
Dr. VII, A At'CTlON
will be presented, with tne ilrand Star
kl'roi'kan ballet trocpr.
Mew eeeoety. rostumcs and lunchaniua! e Recta. a.
Frill psritoilers and date of epenlog la future advertlss tenia
QFEN DAILY.
tMRrirA^tTMRTrrnTR.
ORAMD RXUIBITIOB
of Kaunas) Industrial Predicts Fenrieenth Street, near
a'llh arson*. Admission 30 rents.
DonroRK ARBBRINo, FIRRT PROfB8BOR*Y)f TO.
eal Munis, frvni the Conservatories of Mnato at Milan
and Bo.ognn. Italy, will tram, the art of real ItaBan Ringing
tad cnlbvatn pupils for the aings or ooocsrte, bJ <?'?
brated Italian method. First rlaaa references of the highest
mimical authorities, and hit pupils tho most eminent vocallets.
Address Bshnrioo, Herald sfflcs
CENTRAL NORMAL MIMICAL CONARRTATORT, Ut
West Twenty-tilth street, bet wees Seventh and Eighth
I venues.?Pinna. Organ. Violin, flutter. Ringing, Harmony
Mod stamp for circular. I Masons private leu.
RTKW TORE HWIMMINO acapbdmt-BIYTH AVR.
fl nun comer of Thirteenth street Opw all wteter, for
***1 **ntlrm?n II m) din# fefttM: ***** ?dp| ~oj?
or*?M> t^rn: Pm " finti ivfl; li IH A'Mfmf
?LE SHEET.
t) roadway theatre
-1> i'dwik forrest.
fourth weak of the engagement or
kk. edwin >1) brest.
al.o (dniol u uliil!oo>l aupport to wr. eorreet.
mmk. 1'onist.
oo monday venina. 26,
maiheul.
rdwin forest tu... mac beth.
1.ADV xi at bp.i h ...mmk. l'onisi. i
bamqoo barton hll.l.. |
tt'l-init ,fc.i?vxi\ > othest as jack ok uk.
and ) marianne mme pon i?l.
tudkahiv (kau; worthy miss l1i.uk.
<v?auav. 5 lord clifford.. barton hii.u
friday, edwin i'orkvst.
saturday, teruiiioiiial iknelr bi .'ah. w. collier
afternoon and eyenino.
sean aecured frutit s till 6. ail (iaye io advance.
fltokrei.l 8i3tkk8?nkw york theatre, '? i
yt hruudaay.
every night
Mid
wednesday and saturday haunt's
of i
mr. auguatlu daly's greatly muceeaaful drama of life and '
love in these times. i
under the gaslight.
under the gaslight.
n'owlu iu sixth u ecit. and the theatre to crowded that
nightly the sign i? put up. "only standing mom," wheu the
curtain rises. 1 ho creates! excitement eiittt to ft?:o tiie
wondrous railroad sensation; the i'if.tt and
river hi'kmk hv starlight, and the tombs dol.it'e
ool'rt, declared by the univerta) . otee to be the
mo*l original and thrilliug effect* teeu on the iw.
every night alb o'clock.
mtuuee wadneaday at 2 o'clock.
saturday matinee at3 o'clock.
heats aenured in advance. free list *o*pe>.ded.
Undbr tiie gaslight?daly's greatly svc.
cental draiua enter* iu aeventh week to increasing
audience*.
Xtnder the gaklight-every NIGHT and sat.
> urday mallnee. at the worrell hlstbks' new
tork TiIratrb, ?2s broadway.
jtnder the gaslight?witnessed by 1(1 utt)
aj iwiople and pronounced the moat intereaitnr, truthful
and exciting picture of life and lave at the present day.
ttnder THE gahligh t?TUB wondrous railvr
rood eenxattou, the universal topic of converearmn.
ailmttied by everybody to be. the clunai of all dramatic
aenaatlona. secure your seau in advance.
UNDER TUB OAKi.IUIIT.-rUE TOMBS POLICE
< ourt, ihe mum amusing trial aceuo e?er realised, free
list entirely suspended.
UNDER TUB GASLIGHT.?THE GREAT PIEK AND
rlesr eceue he starlight. Merry time* and unique music
by ihe 'Lost Tribe*," at tbe NBVY TURK THEATRE
every night, and Saturday Matluee. _
UNDER THE GASLIGHT.?WEDNESDAY, 8RPTEMber25,
beuelit of Hose Ky tinge.
JEFFERSON'S RIP VAN WINKLE.
Prom the Tribune (editorial), September 19.
The halo of geniue is all about Jefferson's peraonaiionof
RIP VAN WINKLE. If we come to particulars
of the acting, it ia not difllcult to nee by what mean* ibis
effect is produced. Perfect mucerity. true humor, true
palhn*. livid imagination, a gentleness of temperament that
it akin w ith violeu, and peaceful brook*, anil slumberous,
slow-drifting summer clouds, and soft music hesrd upon the
water* ou starlit nights of June?these are the spring* of
Mr. .left n son's art. How merry he is with his boon compar.Ions;
koiv tender vrtib ihe children; hew quaint In out
witting bis enemy, how natural In enduring bis
wife's relink'; cow marly and pathetic In feeling
her biti-r ?,orr; and rushing forth into the night
and tempest: how light hearted and human In hie
strange intortriew with the ghosts; how perfectly truthful
in ihe n-akiuK from tbe long sleep: how d.t/ed, and
ad, and inexpressibly plain Lire, yet how full of hnmor. In
bis talk with the innkeeper of tho new generation, when he
ask* about his friends and his old dog; how sweet and
touching iu the father * recognition of ine daughter; how
consistently and truly Itlp Van Wlilklo front first to last!
The stage is honored In being able 10 point to such a gem ef
art. The generation ie blesaed that can aeo and enjoy it.
Only one >ad thought comes orer u* sa we muse over this
tr umph iu dramntio art?tho thought that eo much excellence
must eventually be lost. When the actor die* hit
work die* with him Legend ntay keep its memory for a
time nliye. but legend soon grows colu. No art can Immortalise
acting. AIT the more, then, let us reutennee to enjoy,
while yet they remain to ua. Ihe few crcatlonr of dramatic
genius (bat give lustre to the passing age. Prominent
among three creations. In our time, if .Joseph Jefferson's
RIP VaN WINKLE."
J El- PERSON Afl RIP VAN WINKLE,
EVERY NIGUT AND SATURDAY APTKRNOOK.
OLYMPIC THEATRE.
mOXY PASTOR'S OPERA HOUSE 201 BOWERY.
I A new Musical National Burlesque, entitled
THE PAIR1KP OK WALRU8SIA.
tub fairies op walrussia.
tdk fairies op wai.huhsia.
Till, fairies op walru.-8IA.
THE fairies of WALRUSSIA.
" To N T KAN'TOR AM ?oiVNT"?H"ALKOKK.
Splcnd .1 cffecta, omiiIo Incidents, grand tableaux.
Klrsi aipeiisuu. of the celebrated Callforwin Star,
JoHXNY COLLINS, Ethiopian comedian.
A SPLENDID OLIO OK ATTRACTIVE NOVELTIES.
II ATI NEK WKD.N KSDAV AND SATURDAY, AT.8X.
SAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS.
MS BROADWAY.
THE TROUBLE COMMENCES AT ? O'CLOCK*.
L'ATAWT COCRRIKKSOr MINHTLKLSY.
BIKCil, WAMBOLlk. BERNARD AND BACKUS.
RAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS,
whose success for the nest three years is positive evidence
i of superiority over all similar organizations.
NEW AND CHEERFUL BURLESQUES EVERY WEEK.
Hilton Head Institute Stump Speech, "I am Here," Ani
mated Photograph lualtan Airs by unlive artiste.
Coney Island Fishers, Susan's Sunday Out.
A 7Q BUTLER'S AMERICAN THKATRE.
T( A Broadway, 472, between tlrand and Broome ate.
INCREASED ATTRACTION THIS WEEK.
Nightly thronged by delighted and eutbusiaeiie audience*.
Peals of laughter and roars of applause.
niK AMERICAN MINSTRELS,
In new Songs. Olees, t'horuses. Refrains, Ac.
Tbe great Local Sketch, by K. C. Stewart, entitled
THE Til REE FAST CIRI.S,
with a splendid cast.
BOB HART S
Burlesque of the great fight between
JONES AND MeCOOL.
First appearsnc,. of the celebrated Spanish Daoeeuse,
MLLK. AUUUSTA LAMEKAUX.
The great Buresqce of
RISTORI AS MEDEA.
The beautiful Ballet Divert1s>euient, entill
I.KS ALMEES.
Mile. ZUCCOLX and ORAM) BALLET TROUPE,
reitengill, Hobby Newcomb. Fatty Stewart, Campbell,
Schwieardi Rlccl, Union, Be., in tbelr comic Acts, Songs and
Dances.
ROB HART In his Negro Becentrielliee.
See small bills. A constant change every evening.
Doors open at 61;. Curtain rlees at 8 o'clock.
Popular prices of admission, 2b cents, at cents and Si) eta.
MATINEE <>N SATURDAY AFTERNOON.
Kelly and leon'h minstrels, 720 broadwat,
TIIK LADIES' OWN TEMPLE OK KCV
CROWDED NIUMTLT To REPLETION.
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LAST WEEK OK KILL TKOTATOM.
Kelly a leon'm?card.
GRAND TK.-TIMO.VlAl. MATINEE
TO Ol'R THI'.AKI'KKit
Will Uka plana SATURDAY, I-':
ROPTA'S two orand concerts will take
place at Musical Fund Hall, Philadelphia, Sepiemlier
ii and IM. on which nccation lie will be assisted by
MAPAMK CLARA~~HRINKRRIIOKK,
the oel?hr*te.| claitleal ainfer.
and other wail known artists.
OSCAR ROE N IP, Coti l.io t-.r.
I /VENTRAL PARK AMPHITHEATRE.
V C-iroor of Pifij ninth street and Hl'-h eren-ie.
HABRTLERLIR Manager
r.Kfct i SHUCKS* OK
MME CKLKkTIMRJ
TOR I.ADY HOPE WALCRR
Ai.ro.
I. ML IE,
HERO OK NIAOAKA.
EVERT AFTERNOON AMI EVENING
LESLIE. IS PEACH BASKETS ON THK HOPE.
OV MONDAY AKTKRYOON.
DON'T FAIL TO SEE TIIEM
Dooro open at 3 and 7 o'clock, (o comma ne at A and
a'ctook.
AdmiaH in, only IS rla.
HOOI.ETR OPERA HOUSE, RROOKLTN.
First week of th? new a ad original aenaalional Rurlesuna,
MAJtKPPA, THK FIERY UNTAMED NAM,
BILLY REEVE at.. ..MAEEPPA AND TooDI.KS.
The Upper Ten Thousand. Toodlea on a Spree, Tanibortra
Solo, ThaVuaeu and Her Baba, Sohoo1 far Scandal. Re. too
I in in Lnck, Ac
OIQ -MUSEUM OK ANATOMY?rill.
UIO. I'at-lnci of N I'ura History and Polytarhaie
Inatiiule, rill Headway, hare just a bled to tha:r already
aitea?l*e eo-le-tlcn thousands "ol enrtasiiies, amang which
will he found the A/iec Children. double beadaid. four
legged, thre* arn-rd and doublg-limbed monstrosities; ehlldreo
baaring the teaeniblatioe of u.or.k-ya, elcpbanta sod
cats; tba great Genu and Japanese Skuderri; Embalmed
Bodies iMg-ther with strange ai l miraculous object*,
whieh neter fall to attract crowds of eager beholders l.a<
turtle da-IT open from A In the loafing till 14 al night
THE NEVA YORK i oNSKRVATORT of MUSIC, NO
KI Flfih areu-ir c.jmer of Katirteonlli street. No RW
Broadway ?u<l No. lit Remaen itrwst, Itraaklro, N. Y.,
NOW OPEN FOR nip. KK.t KPTION OF FUFII.R
The licet talent in Kurort* and Ajirrlm la secured, and no
inferior teachers are aor will Wengifed In the IneMtntl-u
The directors will spare neither palna n?r etpenae to sua.
tatii the rr| itatlon which the lloneerrator? has an lu?Uj
? -mired ,l :r:i ? thciat four rears, thai "f llie firs' V-iar
rliool in Amerlra.
Tana* ?R?vr!%rHaa?o? BIO prr luarlrr forrtaiy branch
oNnalrttcilvn RIlWO. MQLbSNllArKK. i M
A t. LB.> K A I., lwf.
HT. MOI.LkRHAt'EB. * wtrwinft.
% R. Cnrawnio. HMtclirt
(^RANP UlTCIlF.ftS or OBBOt.STBlN
T The oul* aulhorltml and eerrbot rgltloa of tbt heatnlfill
Songs,
My Rather'a Sword, prlnd . SO -?iil?
Oh' I<ot 11101 Know, prion ju o?n??
bore . u?i b?~e
piib|i?h?l ?
WM. A row It * CO..
H' nn I ?AS Bnmdwar.
>'w 1 art
C'hokr* ci.a?u? >ov? roflMiir?. to myrt at
J tbe halli or the .Now York < onaorvatory nf Music. fl
rtflh Arm in. Itrran (A pni quarter.
Application to be om I# m ifan efln of tho Ooneerretery,
RKi Hioedwey.
FltKK R1.KMKNTART CUMRk
IMWt aeporially for than* pnpi.a >n am nknl
In the rndimrate of tannic.
*kw York cobseiyatori or music.
i^i Broadway.
IIKSRRVBD RKAT* A*n nOBEl* ROR TUB ITALIAN
It orKRA. OrXKA BofrrK, RIXTORI and all ih
TilF tTRf.8, ran on Olita rad at Cbichenng A Sana aai
Broadway
rm*l*OR S RKW ANP SKLKKIMD BALI. Aim COW.
I aert R<v,m. ;a u. 7JT Slatb araoun, oppeeite Rnanrmir
fark Caparity I Wi. Mr Tranor'a alaaaaa In fadhloaabla
danmug and raliathoolca rrapan In ortobar.
OK.HM AN ACCOROEORB, CORCBUTIBAA, TI.CTiRAX ,
and Mnalcai Boies, ike wary inael a?4 rhaapeet aaawit.
raont In thacliy, aim lbs arw Oeru.an CoorartIM (Rao. |
donlon). ?uk *), tm aot l*l notaa. II aaaeh Unay than the ,
aalndnna Inatrnrilnit giyna and repairing dnae rbaiii
> SAHMIPB waKeaeiet. laiaoriar and Wanv'snorr I
AWlTABMBirr*.
JOHN DE VOl. TO THE PUBLIC ON NEW YORK.
DEVIL'S AUCTION.
IT HANVABD'STHK VT?B. BUo a t?%s gy, CORNER Or
Til J U1 ' K I'M K'l'KHET.
TBIB GREAT SBKCTAi IU.AK PIE' K
will shortly be produoed ai this e..j..i. ?mimui ..*h1i nnp.*.
cedar.ted scenic. splendor and a brilliant bust o I erotlf
tslent, under the d'foction of Mr. JUIIN OR POL.
TMK MANAGER'S AODKH-S IO 1MB TUBLIO 9
Ni'.W YORK.
H?rme conobiuen my r I Mn to addret, a
few words u> the enlightened e:til sppteclative public ol New
York by wsy <>f iirtrve to f*iy diet iheelrieni enterprise m I
America. which 1 am now Aboii'. to produce after muck
labor, time aud foreign travel.
The iordial prnte-uon and favor extended In this country
to all enterprises |*.,??s?iug merit and baaed on skilled
Lb t ui the inoeuuvtiH thai hate .nduoe-i me to pnwui to
the American public the res.lit ot aiy xtudlss and i > ,.<
iu the highest and most ltlustriona schools ot draanat r a>l
ir. all the countries ot Europe. Having hud a long and ?.i?cc-?iul
experience In thealrioal alfulrsTu Europe, 1 look fur.
ward to a hao auoema in thla countrv, esd enun.u I b. fur.
tuuateeuougU to pleaue aud graUiy the American pu.u.u I '
aliall have reason to feel justly pro'..4. Indeed, I regard ..be
commendation of an American, and eapeelally a New Yui k
audience, ar a far gruaier honor and proof of merit tbuu tuo
favur ami appreciation ol any oilier country on the got*
. Mjobjoet ! to . [ -em my AUUienhda eliha brilliant . i I
delightful theatrical performance, free front the tear' tiagc
of aught that can oftei.d the airlciert tenae of m? relit? : ur
fart a spectacular piece sidled to the prog ret, and cujiivaiaj
tarte or a New York audience, and requiring ecnteiioru ly
In Ita composition and pmduruob Ihe perfection of artiaJo
and mechanical aklll achieved in Psria, London and o.heg
European capital,. Tine munaHous production will ua
brought out Willi the grvuterl ?(.'-nJor of decoration and
eoainuie, the highest artutic talent and the moat rktitul ruaebanlcal
novelties and stage crt'ecta. To secure thle I Pave
lately apent five month* in visiMng the leading theatre. of
Europe, In the cities.>f London, l'ari Madrid, List on. . wii.
Milan. Yleuiia, Berlin and Brusso.s. taking due note ol alt
novel tie, and improvement*
It baa been hintod tbat 1 came to the United States lix
order to oompute with curtain Ainerieun managers. This id
not correct. The greauwt aim or competition is to spnguialk .
a rival and profit bv his defeat or extinction. > haw aw
aueh aeltlah motive; on the cuntrary, I entertain the in. it
trlendly aentiment, towards all my Amerloan colli uy icd
and by no meant envy them their well named pruspei ay L
wlib to labor with them aide by aide In per fact harmunv,
having only a friendly rivalry to mease our coina.ua ya-"?d
trona. baaed upon mutual erieem and admiration.
Having demonstrated my oeject, 1 nave now W call a tie a ^
tion to the dramatic eotupany ?od oorpa do ballet nude, inv
iltruction. But I muat coufra, ihat. In view of the nudum
In this oountry of coupling the names of theatrical performers
with the most extra*ogam pulling before than- appearance,
I am almost ata loss how to announce them to the [ill b.
lie. My method has always been to announce my arttvid
without any praise, their names alono being n kuillcieot
guarantee ot their abilities. All those who are,
.. ...ulaiml wrllK Wiiiiiman th#atPlflBll ranBfll fall ktA
St.rcaive that the ojintuimtloii of artists engaged
j me 1b tar supciior m talent to any eouipunj
ever brought from Europe to thin c.inntry. I have invarfl
ably acted upon this plan, and thus 1 hare never disappointed,
my audiences by making promise* whl h could not be rsy
allzed. Un the contrary. In all my managerial experience t
have given ten times mote than I advertised, and to this I
attribute in a great measure my success and reputation In tliw
Old World. Couseiiuently 1 will < online myself to a r.iu^
plo and modest enumeration of the members or tny w a-,
puny, merely giving their respective professional speclulHetl
and the theatres la Europe where they have achieved t'.ei<
feme.
MLLE.JOSEPHINE MORLACCHI
is an artiste of rare merit, having been during five jr. rd
PREMIERE DANuEt'SE
at HER MAJESTY'S AN1) COVENT GARDEN 1 MM*
ATRES, IN LONDON. lly the English theatregoers Wile.
Morlaochl Is highly and deservedly esteemed. Ail lliord
who have read the Iamdon papers must have noticed ihd
pain and displeasure of the English public at her absence,
and the difficulty the managers had ozperiecoed in End tig * (
suitable substitute.
This star of houor and glory to the country that gate ney
birth puts her, according to the Italian press, at the summit'
of the most renowned celerirules, and I spared no pa;t* o#
mesne to secure her engagement.
EL1NA BLA8INA.
This beautiful and grace, ul dansouse is unrivalled in bet
peculiar style of dancing. Owing to the action of the Dalian'
government hi failing to grunt tbo usml subsidy t? tha
THEATRE OF LA .-( ALA, AT MILAN, THE OKEATKSM
ART THEATRE IN' THE WORLD, where (be v? engage^
to appear, the manager was euabled to effect a trannfer ofl
her engagement with M. i'cralet, her Italian maiixt r, i?f
reiving the congratulations of the leading maestri In Itnlyf
AUOU8TA SOHI.KB
has filled eeveral engagements with signal success, sa prta
miere dsnaeuae at the principal theatre* of Prussia uuf
Austria, her last appearance hi Europe having been at ttf
Royal theatre in Berlin. After much difficulty her t< rvieeg
were aecured for the present troupe. Her fascinating and
graceful performance- have elicited the highest pralre i"ro^
the European prcia, aa may be ceeu by the eitracti in in?
office.
ERMRSILDA DIARI,
an lranaenae favorite with the public of Losdon, bungs witffi
her the endorsement of that very severe critical school, ibJ
audiences of har Majesty's theatre. Uer engagement ag
premiere danseute at that caiu'illshmeut la an unqueuionI '
able credential of merit.
EUOEMIA Ll'FO
is still another famous artiste, equal to, hut d ffcrin* la
atyle and method from her other slsrera nf the light f\J|
initio. Tbla dancer bat been honored with the Urs: ?il4
medal by the Royal Conservatoire at Turta, over a host o|
competitors, as premiere danseuse. the diatlnctioa Laving
been unanimously awarded to r ignore Lupo.
AMELIA KIOCI.
There la no reed of special ni< niton to direct public attea*
ticD to the wonderful skill and wtnulng grace of thl* arr<>me
plt*he<l dancer. Seeing la believing.
CATAUMA CHRRADINI,
the beautiful and taleuied ballerina, who la now dllmg at
engagement at a Helgium theatre, will shortly be added t#
the troupe. 4
OIOTANNI Ll'PO
haa a brilliant artiauc lecord, although be la only twenty t we
years of age. He made hia mark aa the leading artiate of
tbe celebrated choreographic company, "The Floret: Lag
Children," which aatonlahed all Europe aome ten year* agdtj
The facta above elated are known to many, and bag fetft
are ignorant uf them; and If iheie be nay who 4oaM i|ej
aocuraey of thnee eta lemenla I ahall be plmaeil to iheaB
them ample proof la the ahupe of original dm iimeula he
aeefceaae. I have nut to remark upon a meet Inapertaal
Kint. No theatre la ha ope. net even the meal eelebratadl
r artletlr exeelUace, empty o mere 'hauaan landing ladM
daeoar. The ouatom la to have one premiere deaeeeee. M
assistant and two mound dancers, making a total of two lim
and tare arcund danoera. '
At Beavard'a theatre, of which I have the honor to ht
manager. It la proposed to prevent for the Aral time la IBM
rlea. or evea In Europe. a combination of leading Sutra, aM
e'j'iallv celebrate J, constating of four flrat dancer*, each dlN
ferent from the other In style and execution, cue seeing*
dancer, end another of the same class now partially eoJ
gaged. Such a reunion pi Ar?t dans artiste*, each oae ofl
whom I* able to ensure tbe fame and fortune of a manager,]
In one constellation. would be must IIAlcult, If not ImposslJ
ble, to elfect in Europe; but 1 have sn<needed In eehieving Hi
tn America, through my peculiar system of theatrical mage,
agement. Each or tny arustes eicela In some special sty law
and thu* I have eurceedrd In combining all the diverae rags
elnatlona of the dnooe in ot.e company, and 11 la for thie rage
aon that I have named tny troupe he ' European" troupe!
In tbta manner 1 am enabled to make the American eg MM
familiar with the latest novelties introduced Into the bailee
itt the theatres of Europe w.thom the necessity of cromtau
the Atlantic to wllttesa iheiu. indeed 1 may nay, alltuB
fear of eiaggrration. that euch a conibtuaUon of talent hag
rarely been produced at una time al one theatre. Bat I
must leave their merits to be judged by that Infallible Juryl
the public. 1
The u'ttira tTiffifft! in ( ila rftv tn All (Km nrinairai paIu ill
T?IK nKVIL'ft AlCTlOif a
are all of big a r?nk in the arofaaMoa, Vnmi tliem ?r? --I
Mr. ROHKKT Mi WADK, Mloa FANNY RTOOVl'ELRH
Mr. U. R. PHILLIP*. Mlaa i'.MMA ROM K Kit,
Mr. C. DAI.T. M m FANNT RKEVKs. A. *
Mr. E. I.. MORTIMTB.
Mr. it. B. 1H'K YIELD,
Mr. J. MILLER,
Mr. I. II. PHILLIPS. Prompter
Tha Mu*ie ha* been specially compoead for lb I* |>"we ?n?
j( ihr pro pert/ of tha inaaacer. J
tiik nrv7L>d At'moll, 1
arraagad a*pr***Iy lor my theatre by tba young aad acenrdf
nl1*bed Mr. ARnillR CUTA* ARNK.NUOL. la a p.aoa thai
b>* pr i.tuced an Immense Mixatiun in Buropa, baring b<?g
per! irrrad otar l.bno hundred time* *
'run coniuinm belonging to ihn piece. oucgeeted by my*?l
and ?iilt ally arranged by a celebrated Parisian -wanimaf
ara elegant and ariulle in design and rat. The** deign* u
tny sole pro;*rl* aad I ball tub* the nnc?a*ary meatnraa 1
?<MSrdaaor with lb? United btaw* la*r* to present .ay Ins
tatloa of tn*m in thle anuulr/.
The deeorailone nre in tba Pr*nnb *iyl* aad ataruted b
I bo artist** CaLVO, wboaa reputation in tbii i!*partma?
I* j-i-ri'iallnd. i
Tbr tnek* and transformations arr alt af aiy own tore,
TIIK CORPS MR IIA f.LET,
initial In number* to that at tbr Theatre Imperial du Chph
In at Pari*, I* andnr the direct!'.,, uf one of lb* most r
newnad ballot masters in luly.
RlO.*OK D'iMINI'0 SOMEA5I.
THE DEVIL'S AUCTION WILL BE PROUrCBD At
UOBT TO THE MANAt.KMR.1T OK $71.1*0,
and thl* to tba suraat guarantee of ita oioaTlotfeo In trof
r*T^f>slaea baa bona pot upon the otags aeaordtag ?
pocullar idoaa, oombimng tba Trench aad Amarleaa ttylai
aad la order io rarry out my nntlona complete!. iheeaNf
taga of Maarai,!'? theatre ha* boon reaaodelled, bolog ml
mitad aa origin*!!/ panned for Uia predeetlon of Ian
spectacular pTecaa. In addllioa to tim origlaal daaeea fooM
ing tba raprrtolra of tka Ibaatra t propone la paaarnt to th
public tha moat popular choreograph!, nose! Ue* prodaoad I
Europe, aad la Ibis and I haoa aada trraogmacnta will
a number of thaatrical agaats in all part* of I ho world to au|
pit ran with orrry imuroromonl dnd ooooaoful autolty tha
m?y tppoar . 11
Snob to my plaa of mmpatgn. Mt idea, 1 repeat. it M
place Now York oa a larel with Pari* and London rrga dmfl
itea'ncul performance*, and should 1 auoeaad In rerurmfl
tbo aacouragamanl and commendation of tha pwhBe af If
York. I ibalT mak* another toyaga u> Karopa with tha am
.loci or preparing a second grand apeeucutar plaoa. . M
If my effort* 10 thl*?mt lint production haforat* AmW*
nan aiidiaaca?abonld prota suroemfnl. my olmoat ambnlnV
will ba graliflad. and 1 (bail real a real mtlafaallon,lm fhfl
knowledge that my labor* and abllitlhs bata gained ihr m
l robaiion aad aadorsamaal of aa impartial aad apprerihtM
imaritaa audi**#* J
I romala tha puMle'k obadlaal aertaaL . a
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