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bovthkw^ WANTBII. JI>uOR WFeT OF FIFTH AYENUF?Alt ENTIRE Parlor Floor, elegantly furnlabed; alto full Suit or oonni on llril floor ana ample lliuimi for gentlemen, with irsl class Hoard, at Ao. 7 V* at Tw< nty-nintb street t LARGE, PLEASANT ROOM, ON SECOND FLOOR, front, with all Imnrnvtineot?, to let, with superior nsrd, to a married Couple or ample gentleman ; a:ao large <ck Koom, second timr, nelpn'-orlioixi uncxcel llottable, rms moderate; reu rencea. 5.11 East Thtrlj-ninth street i BLOCK FROM BROADWAY-IS WEST FOURTH hau Uome v i from Room, with or tiboui Board. Table boarder* taken* % -A LARGE FURN1SI'D FRONT ROOM TO LET1. With Hoard. suitable tor .entleman and wife or two imp'* can tl<-me it; a.*,, a Hall Room : utnner at 6M o'clock; teruu tm? lcr..to. Call at H est i.igltteeuth street. 1 BLOCK FROM FIFTH AVENUE.?NICELY FURI nlahc.l Room*, en suite or amply; Hall Kootna, with rantriea , 1st" e hrst clsss. do M eat Sixteenth street House ahanfcd handa. Reference given ami required. Q NEATLY F' BNISHFD ROOMS ON SECOND FLOOR ^ to li t. w ith R ?rd. suitable f r gentleman an t wile or partv ol genhetnen. 606 East Thirteenth atreet, nearSecond inline. rTFI AVENUE, NO. 70, CORNER OF THIRTEENTH i) atreet. b urnls'uea Roo-r.s lor ltimllica and aiugle gentlem> n ; home and table tlrat class. AND TRWARD?FOR GOOD ROARD, WITH BINu l) pie Room; day board, with room, $160; family ruoina, with or without board ; lodgings, 60c. DUPOKT HOUSE, 166 Hudaon street 7 FAST SIXTEENTH STREET, BETWEEN FIFTH ' t avenue and t'nlon square. ?bevcral bmdsornely furOiehed Rooms, with tirst class Board lor the winter; refer voces ricnan.e t. Q WEST TWENTY-NINTH STREET, BETWEEN THE ?' Giieey Hones and Fifth avenue.?To let, with Board, a arge and elegant suit of three Rooms, on tirst floor, 1 9 WAVRRLEY PLACE.?THE FINEST HOrSE IN I aj the city for gentlemen and wives or single gentlemen; I fid and 9211 fort-vo; also a beautiful front Parlor, $30 tor two, with Board. | O EAST SIXTEENTH STREET, BETWEEN FIFTH 1 d* arenue an.I Union squire.?Elegantly furnished Floor, With private table, fo: the w.nter; house entirely hrat class. References exchaueed. J A TH STREET, WFST, 361.?IN THIS ELEGANT 1*T lit !i etooj brown (tons bona* handeniitelr furnished Looms tolrt en auile or singly; table unexceptionable; private table tt desired. 14 TH STREET. S63, WEST, SECOND FLOOR, FRONT "T room. ? Hanilsome Kuomt to let, with Board, en suite or singly, in a private family. Refer, nces. II TH STREET, bPACIOH8 ROOMkIO LET, F.N SPITE "r an ! singly, with first class l.oar.l. In the elegant brown stone residence .17 West Kouneenth street. References. 1 (TH STREET, 8P8 WEST.-HANDSOMELY FURIt n'-he.l Second Floor of three rooms to let, with Rosid. sing.v ? together; allmodernimprovements. UEAST THIRTY-SECOND STREET, BETWEEN Fifth and Madison avenues.-Entire Third Floor, fi egantly furnished, together or iu suits; alao a second floor Room ; superior Board. Unexceplionaole retereuces. "I QTH STREET, 157 EAST, NEAR IRVING PLACE? lO Two handsomely furnished Rooms, with private table ?r without board : every e< venleuce; good location ; no other nORrdum IVrnia Iiinnern h |Q ?k?T TWENTY-FOURTH STREET, OPPOSITE ! ' Flfih Arenue Hotel.?Elegantly furnished Rooms to let. wftli or without Board, to gentlemen and wire* or finale lenlleineu. 1 ermi moderate. |Q FAST FORTY-NINTH STREET.-SUITS OF 1 >' K. ton e'*g ti t r and freshly furnished (Inc.udine the ' parlor n or . wl h rlrato table If required; aUo Board for biie or two gentlemen. i)(\ WaVERLEY PI.ACh.-TWO ROOMS to LET, witii B aid: titrate tabic II desired; table tirat class. f7?>D STREET, CM, OPPOSITE LONDON TERRACE.? a-O Nicely furnl- rd Rooms, singly or In nuitj bouse, tab r ana ne'rn mrhood flrsi class. Stages pass the door rvery b.e minutes. 9?>D SrREIT.-FOR H.ANDSOMILV Kl'KNISH EI) gji) Rooms, wt'h brst class Bo rd, apply at 12)1 hast I wenty-third street, tie ?r Fourth avcuuo. OOD STREET, WEST, HM.?FURNISHED ROOMS, ? O with Board; square an i hall bedrooms, suitable for nnitameu and their wires or stng,e gentlemen; references , exchangeh t)7 VIA EIOHTBSXTH STREET.?IIANDSOMELY ? I fur. lshed Parlor and Bedroom, on second tloor, with Lrst class Hoard. References exciiatiged. I)Q UNION SOU ARE.- TWO LAROT5, HANDSOME a^O Rooi S, carle rand bedroom, first door, with spacious rloset i to rei.L, v. ith lull Board, suitable for a gentleman and bis wife. !>9 EAST TWENTY-EIOHTH STREET, NEAR MADIl)g) son avenue.? Hands melv furnished Rooms; ad improyen.ents; would giro Board if satisfactory and tbe comforts oi u home. DO WEST THIRTY-THIRD STREET, BETWEEN DO Broadway and Fifth avenne.?Pleasant Rocms, en nlte or singly, with It and, to gauileaten and their wires or single cantirmen. References. O t EAST TENTH STREET.?A PARLOR FLOOR OF Ot three large elegantly furnlsl "d Rnnms, with or wlth?,,? IS ill... :r, .. W/...... ..r. - - I , stlacned, with urst class trench Hoard. I OJTH STREET Hfi EAST). NEAR LEXINGTON AVE- | 0"X Due.? Handsome furnished Rooms, with Hoard; ' hnu < and location i.rst class, convenient to cars and slaves; i re.eren ea exchange !. j _>7 WEST THIRTIETH STREET. BETWEEN BROAD- | Ol wt > and Fifth avenue. ? A lice Sur. and single Rooms ; jo let, to Hmi les ami neot.e aen, vrith Hoard; location delicti ful; reference* exchanged. OQ wEST THIRTY-THIRD STREET, BBTWSBX 0?/ Frtli avenue a id Broadway.?Large, pleasant Rooms, fn sul e. wuli flint claaa Board, attendance, dc, References rxehan e 1. .in IRVING PLA'E, OPPOSITE WESTMINSTER IIOt" ' tel. -To let, with Board, one large furnished Room im eecon ! floor, latxillv small; relcronces exchanged. J 1 WEST TWENTY-VINTII STREET.?FIRST CLASS 11. table, with han isomel.v furnished secoDd floor front Room; also Room for single /entieman. A 1ST STREET, NE AR BROADWAT.?SECOND FLOOR, r L en suite or singly, handsomely lurnlshed, with Board, i #70. Parties disl-ing superior accommodations apply at Everett Library, 688 Sixth avenue. A OU STREET, 2?, WIST-SPLENDID LOCATION' 1? J one block from Broadway. A cbolc- of Rooms for winter lor famlliea or single gent.emen, with Board, at reluced prices. A A WEST THIRTT-SECOND STREET.?HALL ROOMS 1 "1 and elegant Suits of Rooms, on the first, second and 1 third floors, to let, with Board. Also a line seven octave Piano for sale. AC LEXINGTON AVENUE.?PLEASANT ROOMS, T'J handsomely furnished, to gentlemen and wives or Single gentlemen, with Board; Louie lies all modern im provements; neighborhood first c.ass; references exchanged" A C WEST SIXTEENTH STREET.?ItANDSOMELY Ttl furnished Rooms, en suite or singly, w ith Hoard, for gentleman and wile or single genii .men; reference. A 7 WEST TWELFTH STREET. NEAR FIFTH AVE- ! XI rote.?Elegantly furnished Rooms, with alcoves, hot and cold water, with Board, for gentlemen and lamflles. 'dorms moderate. Cf\ WENT TWNETY-E1GHTH STREET.?PA P.TIES ()" willing to pay a remunerative price can And handsomely furnished Rooms and unexceptionable Board. References exchanged. r/i WEST M.N IT ENTI! STREET.?ELEGANT 81 IT t)U of three larpe handsomely furnished rootns, parlor and two l "drcomt. v! < o: nitietcating, the entire second floor; strictly first clr.-e house and table. Also Rooms for gentlemen. Reference*. re I NINTH f. \ I ' H'If Km west of On Hroauwar.?I'le ri looms t" let. with Board, to a g 'nt.eman and wl.e or a...g. geaUemr i. r- f WEST H.KVENTH STREET. FOUR POORS FROM ?l') Filth arer ..e.? / ni. ?o: .f turn ?V i Ionian, singly or en suite, with tir*l class board; private tabic If oeslred. mST. MARK'S Pt.ACE.-A HALT. ROOM TO I.ET, with ttiarl, 10 a f ntle.uaii; on y a fen' boarders taken; references eichanced. 71 MADISON AVEN'iF.?HOARD AND ENTIRE SEI 1 cund Kloor; a so K'l. mr, on third and lourtli doors, for joung Bent emeu; re'e ences exchanged. CO SEVENTH AVENUE, BETWEEN FO RTKKNTII < ?, and Flfteent) ftcp ?A rrlv.it" family have eiMahllr furnished Booms, with coo l table, lor families an l si-tgl gentlemen: pi irate table If desire J. Kefereuues. i 107 BEDFORD STREET.?TWO OR THREE GENTLE- | J"'I men nan be accommodate with nicely tomicbed ' Rooms and .loard: terms rest inable. 1 OQ WKST THIRTEENTH STREET, BETWEEN J''y Sir.th and Seyem.li avenue- A nicely furnished third story hack Room to let, With Board; small family. References exchanged. H'J KA T TWELFTH STREET. SHORT BLOCK FROM J P.roadwav. ?llsndsume v furnished bacv l'arlor and I itenslon; aiso larc Room on a-, nd boor, with front tia.l ito >m ; Board first cla??. References. n7 EAST TWENTY-EIGHTH .STREET.?FURNISHED I Rooms to lot, w.th hoard, suitable for lamnles or centiemen and their wiv a, a fret clan bouse and location. 1 t)/< WEST 1Wrll,f"! H STREET ROOM:! To LET, J with hoa;d ; reference. 1 OQ EAST TWENTT-FOUBTH STREET, BETWEEN JIslington nnd Fourth avenues. Very plea-ant Looms to let, in suit or s'ngly. with or without hoard. ion EAST SIXTEENTH STREET. NEAR IRVING J ? )' ' place.?Very desirable Rooms to let, with i.oaru, to faml let and gentlemen. 1 ') i lexington AVENUE, BETWEEN TWENTY* J 'VJ- eighth and Twenty-blntn eireete- Rooms to let, with brat class Hoard ; re.'ertucea given and required. 11 Q fast thirty fourth STREET.-WELL furA'l' n Is bed Rooms to rent, with Hoard. !/' > West forty fourth street.?private JO*) (?mir, occupying a targe lioti?e of their own, will rent two or ihree furnished Rooms, tvlib Rr-akfast, to geulleuien. Neighborhood brat class. References mutual. QfW| WEST FORTY SECOND STREET, NEAR i'l" Broadway. ?A pi.vale family have Furnished Looms to let, with hoard. EAST FIFTE1 NTH STREET.?A NICELY FUR' nlshed Second Hour, entire or separately; also Room on third 0o <r. with or without hoard, al l be tel low to permanent pail.ee. OAT row* NINTH STREET. TO LET, A a?'?l furnished Room, lo one or two ceulb-raen. with or without Board; a pitaaaiit home lor ttc winter. Call or adores*. ^ _ _ <VI -s P AST SEVENTEENTH STREET, NEAR PTUY/ | 1 vc??n! Par*.--Nicely furnished Room lor slncle gent.iinan or g> nt " man and w.it witu board, terms moderate. Reference tit banged. ??i 7 Wi ST FORTV-Sf COND STREET. A FEW VERY a. 1 I p easant Room*. anoul t.? be vacated, to be let, with hoard. house situ location good ; ref err sine. NEW YORK BOARDKRN WANTED. mwkst forty-second street, between Seventh and lighth avenue* A lew well ventilate I Room*, finely furnished, suitable for gentlemen and the r wive*, or single gentlemen, with Bret class board, may he obtained on reaaonable term*. 990 w?st tenth street.-a small family will let one ortwo pleasant, neatly furniihe I Room a, containing gas and water, with good board, on very moderate terms. " OOQ '1ST THIRTY-THIRD STREET, BETWEEN Seventh and Eighth avenue*. ?Beard with a lady living alone ; a coney Second Floor, lurniahod, with board, tunable for one or two ladies. 201 EAST THIRTEENTH 8.RHET, BETWEEN ?L Second and Third avenues. Kouina to let, with Board, to centlemeu ana their wlvee or tingle gentlemen; day boardera taken. 9A ^ WEST TWENTY-FIFTH STREET.?A PRIVATE ? 1 ?J family tave aeveral well furnished Rooms to let, with Board, to gentleman and wife or aiugle gentlemen; r- ,e.MOM required. orx WEST THIRTY-EIGHTH STREET.?A PRIVATE i,'"' family wou d let, furnished or unfurnished, en suite or singly. Rooms to single gentlemen or gentleman and wife; breakfast 11 desired. 971 WEST ELEVENTH STREET.-PLEASaNT ROOMS, all 'on first and second Boors, furnished; good table and comfort* of a home; gentlemen and wires and tingle gentlemen; terms reasonable; references. on7 FAST SIXTY-FIFTH STREET.?ONE OR TWO O" J ( gentlemen or gentleman and wife can obt?lu nicely furnished Rooms, with good board; private bouso, occupied by owner; price very reasonable. Q1 K EAST TWELFTH STREET.?A FEW OENTLB01.0 men can be accommodated with Board and large, airy Bedrooms. Hot and cold baths. Terms moderate. A FAMILY of TWO PEOPLE. OCCUPYING THEIR own bou?*. would let two entire Floors, elegantly furnished, to gentlemen and their wives; eveiV appointment urttc;aaa; uow inr very lch; v.cinuy or ur. i hapin's church ; references given and required. Address lira U. DOWNING. station (1, New York. A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED FIRST FLOOR PARJ\ lor Suit; also seeoud story Parlor and Bedroom to let, with Hoard, at 13d East Twenty-third street. A LADY CAN HAVE BOARD HEKORB AND DURING J\ cannnement, and Intant adopted out, by Dr. and Mine. WEST. 144 West 40tli street, near Seventh arenuo. AI.ADY CAN HAVE BOARD AND MEDICAL AT tendance before and during confinement In the family of a regular physician. Call on or aadrese M. D.,o4West Forty-fourth street, near Sixth avenue. AN ENTIRF, SECOND FLOOR (FIVE ROOMS) OR any part thereof, with excellent Board, to permanent parties; location near Union square; best references exchanged. Address HOME, box 3,845 Post olllce. BOARDF.RS WANTED-AT A FARM HOUSE, SITl'ATED In Freeh Id, w ithin two hours' rhle from Catsktll; pleasant Rooms; splendid view of the Catsklll Mounlalus; Board $7 per week. Address WILLIAM CAMPBELL, Freehold, tlreene county, N. Y. STRICTLY FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATIONS FOR two gentlemen with tbelr wives; also a tew single gentlemen can he accommodated; references exchange 1; terms reasonable. Apply at 22M West Thirty-ninth street. llOAHD AND LOBIIINK J? ANT BP. AC.F.NTLKMAN AND WIFE DESIRE ONE OR TWO front Ko .ms, second floor, pleasant location, with Board, In a strictly private family. References exchanged. Address (?. W. S., Herald odlce. A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE WANT BOARD, WITH a pleasant Room, having hot and cold water; terms $16 to $2U, according to location. Addresa, giving particulars, M. S., Herald office. AYOUNO LADY WHO IS IN BUSINESS DURING the day wishes Room and Bcayd In a priv <te lamlly ; tcims most he moderate: references exchanged. Addresa 8., 63 \\ est Twelfth street. AYOUNO GENTLEMAN WANTS A ROOM AND Board in a nice American family, between Fortieth and Fiftieth streets, east side, lor about $3 weekly. Address 51., 655 Sixth avenue. A GENTLEMAN, WIFE AND LITTLE GIRL WANT tw-o nice Rooms, with Board, In a qui et b ouse between Thirty-sixth and Fortieth streets and Seventh and Lexington avenues; price not to exceed $3il weekly; best references given and requited. Address (i., 655 Sixth avenue. A FAMILY OF THREE ADULTS DESIRE TWO GOOD tiled Rooms, on second or third flours, with Hoard. In private family; would itirnlsh one room. Andreas, staling terms and full paiticulars, MARTIN, Herald office. A FRENCH LADY. A GOOD MUSICIAN, MUCH Experienced In teaching her own language aud music, wishes to give Instruction in exchange for hoard. Address FRENCH TEACHER, box 131 lieralu Uptown Branch office, 1,246 Broadway. ^ NICELY FURNISHED ROOM WANTED?WITH OR Without iioarj, oy a <1 met widow ladv; board paid in a Ivance. Address RAYMOND, box 111! lierald U ptown branch office, 1,-46 Broadway. Board wanted?for gentleman, wife and child: a Second Floor; private family preferred; parties resjcrtaole and responsible; miut bo good neighborhood; will nz to pay ijjUO per month. Adareii J. K., Bergen Point Post o ice. Board wanted?for a family, two or three Rooms on one or two Uoort, between Fifteenth scd Thirtieth streets and Fourth and Srventb avenues. Address, with particulars, U. W. S., box 6,084 Post office. BO\RD.-W ANTED, RY A 8INOLE GENTLEMAN, A well furnished Room, with Hoard, In a private family having out few or no other boarders, between llftu and Eighth a venues. Address, stating particulars, B, box l,10j New York Post office. Board wantf.d-in a strictly private familv, for gentleman, wife and daughter; location Tenth 10 Thirty-fourth street; terms about $120 per month. Adfiress PERMANENT, box 184 lierald Uptown Branch office, 1,246 Broadway. /GENTLEMAN. WIFE AND CHILD WANT THREE \T Koom? on second or third floor, w.th Board; location between Httb and Lexington avenues and Twenty-eighth and Thirty-first streets. Aauress M. B. W., box 11,477 New \ or,; Post office. nmuvm board wantkd-by a young gen. JL tleinan ; terms not to exceed $6 per week; not abrve Twentieth street; private family preierrad. Kelereiices. Aodress lor three days X., Herald'office \V anted?A SUIT OF ROOMS ON SECOND FLOOR, II with private table, for four persons; location Murray Hill: not to exceed $10U per week. Aauress R. M., hod B rose way. I17ANTED-BOARD FOR SINGLE GENTLEMAN, BEIT tween Fourtesuth and Thirty-flfih streets and Fourth price, 0? C. W., Herald olllce. WANTED (PRiyATE FAMILY PREFERRED!? M square and ball Rooms, connecting, with Board, not exceeding sixteen dollars weekly, for gentleman and daughter; easts.de, bet ween First avenue and Broadway, not aoove Fourteenth street, desired; references exchanged. Address PKKMANENCV, Herald office. HOTELS. ^ MARLBOROUGH 11(1'. SE, 660 SIXTH AVENUE Murray Htill.?This new and elegantly furnished hotel will open for guests on Thursday, September 7. Tabic d'hote, Families or aingle gentlemen can make favorable arrangements fur the winter seasun. W. L. FISH, Proprietor. IIBBY HOTEL. WARREN STREET, ONE BLOCK J from Broadwav, op; oslte City Hall.?Good light, airy Booms, 50 snd 75 cents a day. 5J 00 and (<i4 a week ; family Rooms, and $1 oti a day, $4 to IW a week. M adison square house, 14 east twenty-first street, corner Broadway.?Elegant Rooms, with or without Board, during tbe summer months, at moderate prices. OT. IIONORE, 72 WEST FORTIETH STREET. OVER> - looking the Park.?tiegantly furnished Apartments for la nil les. French table. rpHE: lf.lands' NEW noTEL, STUKTKVANT HOUSE, 1 Broadway, corner of Twenty-eighth and Twenty-ninth streeu, New fork. -Board, g# 5d per day, with elevator. LEWIS a GEO. 8. LKLAND, Proprietors. XTNION BQUARI. HOTEL, CORNER OF FIFTEENTH J street and Fourth avenue. New York.?We would respectfully announce that this hotel will not oe removed, but ? ill renoiln open for the accommodation of the public. Fine Suits o Kootna for fan.IMes and single Rooms can be had on application. Prices 5i ner day upwards. Liberal arrauEcui' nts made with permanent guests. Transient guests accommodated. A. J. DAM A CO. i \r APSWnRTH HOUSE, FIFTH AVENUE. NO. 63, WILL ' i oi en September 14. Families desiring elegant Apartnu-nti, with Board, are Invited. COUNTRY HOARD. K FAMILY MAY FIND GOOD BOARD FOR FBPTEMJY bersnd October, convenient to depot, at New I'rovld?nce, N. J.; Morris and F.ssei Railroad ; flue drives, seer ery, Ac.; terms moderate. Address box P Post oXce, New Providence, N. J. Hoard for the winter?the proprietors of the Harrington House, Drmareet, N. J., one hour Irom Chambers street, will take families on reasonable terms tor the winter; board strictly first class; good schools near; hotel two minutes from depot; broad-gauge cars; frequest trains; stabling for horses ; reference to present guests. s ANTHONY A KENNEDY', 37 Park place. / vatsb ill mountains.?white sulphur spring \ j House -Good Hoard can be had at the above bouts, for the month of September, at low ratas. For particulars inquire of C. O- PEARSON, 313 Broadway, New York. PIOUNTRY BOARD.?HOARD CAN BE HAD AT THE \ Haj View Home, Pod gnogue. L. I., for the month of September, at $1(1 per week; good teble, good (hooting end fishing; large eirjr roonii, era food, eery healthy location, hl^U ground; reached bv Long Itland Railroad. Addrnee M. V B. btgl'ikes. Fall and winter board-in tarrttown, at moderate rates, gee, bath, Ac.; reference! exchanged. Address P. T., hoi 1411 Turrjlown < N. (,) Poet oOica. IT'ALL CODNTRV BOARD.-TIIR MONTHS OP HEPJ teinher and October are the molt pleaiant of the year. Kirnt ciaia Board In a private Inutile within one hour of New York; riding, boating, ni'img, Ac.; references exchanged. Ad dree* I'O.U MASI'l.R, Clifton, New Jersey. Ir-IRST CLAPS COI'NTRV BOAKI) AT PTAMKlKI), Conn.; a enlt ol nicely furniahrd Roomi; alio ilngle Room*; water, bath and gaa; everything appertaining to a home tor famlliee and single gentlemen ; terma SH, $1(1, $13, according to location of rooms. Address Mra. H. B., box M7 Poet office, Stamford, Conn. 1 A ROE ROOMS, WITH OAR; PI RST CLASH TABLE; J good (tabling, pleasant drives, telegraph office, no lever and ague, no mosquitoes, at the Norwood liouae, 4H minutes from Jersey City. XTRW BRIGHTON, STATEN ISLAND.-OOOD BOARD i\ may be had In a prlvats family; three minutes'walk from landing. Retsrences required. Address HOWARD, Herald office. _ "IJERMANENT BOARD WANTED?AT ORANGE, N. J., A by a family of five adults, with a genteel private tainlly. house must contain modern improvements nod he altuati d on high ground, with plenty of shade, Ac.; In abort, a hrst class borne is desired by a party willing to pay for all they reriiff. Aiidcei*, giriog location and iertus. OhKK , Herald HERALD, FRIDAY, SEPTI SUMMER RESORTS. At the la tourktte house, berokn point, 3(1 minutes lrorn New York. Good Board and large, well furnished Room* at reasonable price*. R. M .MICHAEL, late American Hotel and Congress Hall, Saratoga Spa. C^rorr house, oarrisonr, will rk kept open J late, ?a few nice Poom* now vacant; Board reduced to (8 per week; children $4 and 45. E. DOOLITTLE, Proprietor. CHITTKNANOO WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS HOTEL, Madison county, N. Y., remains open throughout the fall; families and pleasure seekers are invited to rlslt this elrsnnt ri'sort; tlneal sulphur water In the statu; table unsurpassed, with ever; attention, at the low rate of $13 per week. 1>. P. PETERS, Proprietor. CT LEN MERE HOUSE WILL BE OPEN FOR BOARDT ers September and October. Address O. K. VAN DOREN, Florida, Orange oounty, N. Y. CTLENWOOP HOI SK-DELAWARF. WATER GAP, IS J open for the reception of visitors, by the day or week, during the autumn. SAMUEL ALSOP, Proprietor. Mountain house, south orange, n. j.-this favorite summer resort, which for comfort and convenience cannot be equalled In the vicinity of New York, only 60 minutes from the foot of B.trclay street, via Morris and Essex Railroad, Montrose station. Is open tor the eeasou. C. UlTZELBERUFR, Proprietor. Mansion house, long branch, will remain open during the mouth of September. _ SAMUEL LAIRD, Proprietor. ST. MARKS HOTEL. NEW BRIGHTON, 8. I.?THIS favorite and accessible resort will remain open until late In the (all. Parties wishing accommodations may apply in person or address DK CAMP A CO., Proprietors. QJT. JAMES HOTEL, FAR ROCKAWAY, L. I.-OPF.N k_> through September; Unest location on the coast; snrr and still water bathing ; take Soulhslde Railroad, Hosevelt street. E. A. DANAUH, Proprietor. WE HAVE HOME VACANT ROOMS AT THE TAFT House, Cornwall Landing. _ HOPSBS> ROOMS, aeC? WANTED. AFURNI8HKD HOUSE WANTED, TILL MAY 1-BY a desirable tenant, between Twentieth and Fortieth streets an I Fourth and Seventh avenues; must be In good order and good neighborhood; small house preferred; only two adults and two half grown (laughters m family. Desire to treat with owner direct. Address, staling location, price, Ac., RESPONSIBLE, llerald olllce. A - WANTED, A SMALL OFFICE; BENT LOW. AD dress DREW, Herald olllce. A FAMILY OF ADULTS WISH A FIRST OR SECOND Floor, furnished or unfurnished, for housekeeping, with nil mo lern Improvements: quiet location; moderate rent. Address BANCROFT, Herald Odlce. A HOUSE WANTED IMMEDIATELY-FURNISHED or not, for responsible, careful party; also wbole or part of House wanted, In Jersey City; pleasant location. Address or inquire of Mr. JAMV, at Hall's Journal of Health, 42 Broadway. CUSTOMERS WAITING FOR FURNISHED AND UNfurnished Houses to rent and to buy; must have them; send particulars immediately: no broker's dodge to get houses. SlllPMAN A ROWLAND, 1,232 Broadway, between Thirty-third aDd Thirty-fourth streets. Furnished house.-wanted, by a small family, to hire until May or June I, a medium sized house, thoroughly aud well furnished, located Sixth and Lexington avenues and Above Fourteenth street. Address, wltn description and terms, L., 14 Moore street, city. Rooms wantkd.-onf. floor, furnished with carpets and mirrors only, containing not less than three rooms, with water, bathroom and ga3; hrst floor preferred In a first class bouse, bet ween Twenty-third and Thirtieth streets, and wltbln one block of Fifth avenue or Broadway; would be leased for one or two years; references given and required. Address D. W. L., 22 Union square, by letter, slat WANTED?SINGLE OR SUIT OP ROOMS, SUITABLE for physician's office, located between Fourth and Sixth aveniv s nnd "bortleth and Sixtieth streets. Address by letter S. P. D., 25 Ueekman place. WANTED-A SMALL HOUSE. IN GOOD LOCALITY, w.th water and gas ; rent ijffioU to $7U0. Address L. C.t box 1,1IU l'ost ottlce. WANTED-FOR TIIE WINTER, FOR A SMALL PRIvate fanii.v, no children, a handsomely furnished medium sized high stoop House, near Fifth arsnue; would pay from $3">0 to .>450 per month. P. B. GOO DALE, No. 5 WoBt Twenty-third street, Fifth Avenue Hotel. "\\*ANTED?FOR A RESPONSIBLE FAMILY, A GENII teel House, on west side, betw en Twentieth and Fiftyninth streets; rent not to excee 1 #1.600. Ad rress, with full particulars, MOKKIS B. liAH.K, 260 West Thirty-fourth St. WANTED-AN UNFURNISHED OR FURNISHED large Room, by a lady and gentleman, in a respectable house and neighborhood; east tide; unfurnished and with a widow or smull family preferred. Address Mrs. A. ANDERSON, Herald office. WANTED-BY THREE GENTLEMEN, AN UNFURntsbed Floor of four rooms, between Eighth and 1 wentletb streets and Fourth and Sixth avenues. Address, with terms and particulars, box 5,332 l'ost office. \V"ANTi:D--BY A GENTLEMAN, A GOOD SIZED FURii nlihsd Room. centrallylocated; cat, bath, An. Rent not to exceed ij2d per month. Address IT. H., Herald office. T\rANTED?BY GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, SECOND 11 Floor, well furnished for light housekeeping. In good neighborhood, between Twentieth and Fortieth streets and Seventh an 1 Ninth avenues: best references given and required. Address PERMANENT, box 177 Herald office. WANTED TO LEASE-BY A MAN 1,'KACTURER OP 11 chemicals, a Building or Buildings, with steam, and some vacant ground adjoining; must be near Ne,w York city. Address, with full particulars, JOHN S. PIERCE, 106 Broadway. W ANTED TO RENT-A* COUNTRY PLACE, WITH A 11 few acres, bnrn, Ac., within one hour of New York; location healthy. Address, stating terms, W. W., Herald office. LEtiAla NOTICES. -lkj-OTICK IN PARTITION.?TO ALL PERSONS 1NTKRcsted in the real estate of which James McGougti, late of the county ot Montgomery and blatc of Pennsylvania, died, st lzed. By order of the Orphen's Court of said county of Montgomery, I Wtfl lii Id an inquest upon the prem ses, in said county, on Friday, September 22, A. D. 1*571. at 10 o'clock A. M.. to make partition of the said real estate to and among ttie pat ties legally entitled thereto. If such partition can be made w.thnut prejudice to or spoiling the whoie thereof, and If such partition ctnn it so be made, then to value and ap praise me same, wuen ana where yon are requested in attend. Ji UN M. HI NSICKER, Sheriff. M03RI8TOWN, Fa., AugustSO, 1871. t^UPREMF. COURT. In the matter of the application of the Mayor, Aldermen and Commonalty of the cay of New Fork, relative to the widening and straightening of BROADWAY, between Thirty-fourth street and Fifty-ninth street, and also the making o. that part of Broadway between Thirty-second atreet and 1 hlrty-iifth street, and that part between For.ysecond street and Forty-seventh street, of a greater width thau 100 feet, IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK. We, the undei signed Commissioners of Estimate and Assessment in the above-entitled matter, hereby give notice to the owner or owners, occupant or occupants, of all bouses and lots and Improved or unimproved lands affected thereby, and to all others whom it mav concern, to wit First?That we have completed our estimate and assessment, awards and valuation, and that all persons interested in these proceedings, or in unv of the lands affected thereby, and who mav he opposed to the same, do present their ohJeclione In writing, duly verified, to John If. Jones, Esq.. our Chairman, at the ofiioe of the Commissioners, 82 Nassau street, room 24, in this city, on or before the 18th day of Sep 'tember, lb71, and that we, the said Commissioners, will hear parties so objecting within the ten week days next after the said loth day of se; tem er, le>71. and for that purpose will be n attencdance at our said office on each of said ten days, at oeieveniock A. M Second?That the abstract of the said estimate and assess meut, together with our maps, and aiso the affidavits, esti mates and other document* which were used by us In making our report, have been deposltel in the ouice of the Department of Public Works in the city of New York, there to remain until the 2S?tb day of September, 1871. Third?That the limits embraced by lue assessment aforesaid are as follows, to wit: All those lots, pieces or parcels of and situate, Ivlng and being in said city, and bounded by and ncluded and contained within the centre i nee of the followng nam-o streets and avenues, that Is to say Beginning at the point of intersection oi the centieltne of Muv-nmtn street with the ceutre line of F.ighth avenue and running thence easterly alone the centre line of FHta-nliith itreet to the centre line of Madison avenue, thence southerly alone the centre line ot Madison avenue to tne centre Hoe of Ttnrtv-: ourth street, thence easierly alonj the centre Hue of Thlrty ioirth street to the centreline or Lexington area ue thence southerly along the centre lines of Lexington avenue and Ir\ log place to the centre line of Fourteenth street, thence westerly along the centre line of Fourteenth street to the centre llne'of Fourth areune, thence Southerly along the centre line of Fourth avenue to the centre line of Astor place, thence wesier.y along the centre line of Astor place to Broadway, thence southerly aiong ,ue centre line of Broadway to the centre line of Waverley place, thence westerly along the centre tine of Waveriey place to the centre line ol Rlxth avenue, thence northerly along the centre line of Sixth avenue to the centre line of Fourteenth street, thence westerly along the centre line of Fourteenth street to the centre line of Seventh avenue, thence northerly along the centre line of Seventh avenue to the centre line ol Twentieth street, thence westerly along the centre line of Twentieth street to the centre line of F.ighth avenue, thence northerly along the centre line of Eighth avenue to the centre line of Twenty-eighth street, thence wesieriv along the centre line of Twenty-eighth street to the centie line of Ninth avenue, thence northerly along the centre line of Ninth avenue to the centre line of Btity-slith trect, thenr.e east# rly along the centre line of Hiily-sllth street to the centre line of Eighth avenue and thence southerly along the centre line of Eighth avenue to the point or place of beginning. fourth?That our report herein will he presented to the flip rente Court of the State of New York, at a special term thereof, to tie he.tf before the Honorable Albert Cardoso, Justice, in the new Court House at the city Hall, In the oily of New Yors, upon a further notice of twenty days to he hereafter given Id two dally newspapers published In the city of New York, pursuant to the prov.alont of the fourth section of chapter 57 o. the laws of the Stale of New York, passed February -*1. JOHN O. JONES, ) r . . ? WILLIAM WOOD, > ommleelonere Dated Niw York, August 15, 1871. AITBOLOqr. _ A CLAIRVOYANT WHO HAN NO EgUAL IN America.- -All who are sick or In trouble should consult her. N. B. No likenesses or love powders; hut will causa speedy marriage and allay the most aerlous trouble. Madame CLIFTON, llto West Twenty-Uftb street, between Seventh and Eighth avenues. FACT.?PROF. MA HP TELLS TltF. MIND AT FIRST sight. Ladles and gentlemen consult him for everything, and have good luck ; he Is a scientific astrologer; se crels for success in all business, and a speedr marriage to the one you wish; likeness, name an l day. HI Third avenue near Twelfth street. 50c. to tl. lie tells true. ATRST. MRS. ANNA. CLAIRVOYANT SPIRITUAL tat, tells everything; causes speedy marriage; no eallsfactlon no pay. >.? Third avenue, between Thirty-first and 1 hirty-secono streets. MADAMF. ROSS, MEDICAL AND BDSTKRM OL.AIR, voyanl, tells past, present and future; shows likeness of bushand. 150 West Forty-first street, Broadway and Seventh avenue. MARBLE MANTKLH. KLABKK A CO.'S MARBLE WORKS, JI7 TO M Wr.HI' O. Hityllrst street, between Broadway and Eighth avenue.?Marble and Marhlelzed Mantels, Monuments, Headstone*, all new original designs, cheapest In the city. STEWART'S PLATE MANTELS LAROF.ST ASSORT O ment In the city at loweM prloee; elegant new designs. T. B. STEWART A HO., got S'vth av. between Thirty tilth and Tbirtv-ststh Ma UMBER 1, 1871.?WITH SU FTI W AL.E. At west NEW BRIGHTON. 8TATKN ISLAND? Butcher Shop, with Lease, ( ood Will, Kiiiu Horga. Wagon and a good Route; a business of 3 cattle and lr> head small stock done with ease ; poor health reason :ur neiling out. Apply at T. A A. tUKKY'S. Slkl Writ Washington Market, New York, or to Q. L RKEDLK, on premises. A FIRST CLASS PAR ROOV, L'NCH ROOM AND Lodging House for sale, on >>ne of the beat corners on Meet street, opposite sbipotug aud sieam oat lsn lings, ?v tii a long lease and low tent. Apply to WILLIAM ABBOTT, No. 6 City Hall place. A HIGHLY RF.SPECTABLE AND OLD ESTABLISHED Business will shortly be disposed of, the present ow. cr being about retire. For further particulars address A. ' T., 11< raid oQice. Persons not commanding a c.ipilU of ?2<i,UW cash or good security need Dot address trie above. AT PRIVATE SALE-anO BLOCKS ITALIAN MARBLE, cargoes ships Hyman, imperator uud Koslnn Bruno; superior quality, by AUUUSToh TABEK A BUGS., Importers Italian Marble, 714 Water street. A?WINK ROOM AND CIGAR STORE 1,285 DROAD. war for sale, splendidly lilted up, with marble counters and flooring ; Showcase, Bar, Beer Pump ami Mirror; Pictures, Plated Ware, Ac. ? In fsct, complete to open. Inquire of GEORGE W. LAY, 1.14b Broa iw.iy. A RARE CHANCE TO BUY A GROCERY STORE, IN Wlliuinsbu g, cheap ; go id reasons given for selling; about ItUlHI cash required. Address VAN, Herald ouiue. A -FOR SALE CHEAP. A I INE CORNER LIQUOR and Lnger Heer Saloon on SIitb avenue; also an old established corner Liquor Store on Inlrd avenue; corner Groceries. Meat Markets, Bake me, Confectioneries, Oyster Saloons, Billiard Saloons. Drug Stores, Fancy Goods Stores, Soda Water and Heer Bo.tling Business. MITCHELL'S Store Agency, 77 Cedar street. A LARGE JEWELRY SALE; ALSO HERRING'S, Marvin's and Wlder's, all sizes, cheso, to close out. Ltllle's Defensive Safes, charted with powder; lat-at Improvements. LILLIE A CO., No. ? Park pace. A FIRST CLASS LIQUOR STORE FOR SALE?A BARgaln; live years'lease; doing a good business; owner goiog out of city. Apply to DANIEL MULLEN, ?? Macdougal street, coruer of Cuarllon. Drug store for sale?in Brooklyn, located In a good growing nelghnoi liood ; .at st.ictorv reasons given for selling; lease; tent very low. For particulars apply to G. W. STRICKLAND. 78 Cedar street. DRUG STORK FOR SALE?CORNER STORE, HANDsomely fitted, well stocked, now doing a good business. Apply at southeast corner Sevciity-cighib street aud Third av. TJIOR SALE-ONE ELECTRIC LAMP, WITH RF.FLKCII .... . ...... 1.1.I ....... I!,,'. .... will, .. Il an,,,,*..!? pertaining thereto complete. Inquire at Purohas.ng Ageui's olllce, Eric Kail way Company. For sale-a pyholioneous acid works, nf.ab Philadelphia, Pa. Addrem WOOD DISTILLATION, 69 North Prom street, Philadelphia, l'a. Ii^OR SALE?THE OLD, WELL PAYIN1 CON PEC1 tlonery, Ice Cream and Oyster House 27 Eighth avenue. Inquire on the premises, fruin 8 to 12 A. if and 7 to 10 For sale-store, ptock. fixtures and 2* yean' Lease. Call at premises, 1.6 Greenwich street, New York. For sale-a well located meat business and Fixtures, all complete; low rent. Apply at 220 Ninth avenue. For sale-on reasonable terms, the businese of the well known Abbey Hotel, Fulton avenue. Brooklyn ; established upwards of 21 years. Particulars on the piemises. For sale-laroe lot new and second hand Showcases, Counters, Drug Drawers, Olllce Ratlines, Signs, Doors, Rash Partitions, She ving, li sks, Chairs. Stools, Ac. Will be shipped. Apply at Nos. 627 Hudson and 9 Vestry street. (/"or sale?cioar store 6r>9 hudson street, dor lng a good wholesale and retail business; pood chance fur cigar maker. Will be sold at a great sacrifice. For sale-hotel on the Hudson river, at Uavt rsiraw, the Adelphi Hotel; Lease, Furniture and Fixtures; must be sold, as the party Inc n Is to leave the place. For further particulars Inqu re o. JolIN II. HAL)DEN1I0RST, 327 Greenwich stia.-t, New Lork. For bale-stock, fixtures and lease of a tint class Sample Room, to a cash customer. Call at 126 Greenwich street. For sale-on account of continued illness and at a great bargain, a tirst cl'<ss Dressmaking . uslness, with Lease of eiegant store, Goodwill, fixtures, Ac., on Fulton avenue, Brooklyn ; the best stand in the city lor tirst class custo.-n ; miillnery could be added If desired ; tills Is a bona tide offer; no humbug. Address A. J., box W Herald oflice. For sale-old established retail business on Broadway; ladles' and gent emeu's goo's. Address C. B., box 109 Herald Uptown Branch oflice, 1,266 Broadway. For sale.-the old original city ale vaults; must be sold this week at a sacrifice. Appiy at 76 Nassau st rest. f.-'OR PALE < ?AP-'VITH STOCK AND FIXTURES. a good paying L quo Store. Apply fur two days at 176 Duaue street, up stairs t/ior sale cheap?a pair of iron lamp posts, X' ml Aa. 4 Spring street Rakk chance.?for sale at a great bargain, ft Its'. clam Nlraw Mat Beaching Establishment; evrry facility for manufacturing I.adics' Straw and Velvet Goods; tnusl be sola Immediately, propr rtrees in 111 h' a'th. Mrs. C. L. BARKER, C.'7 Canal street, New York. q1 ofin ?a FIRST CLASS, WFLL PAYING ipiiOUU. Bakery, Lease, Fixtures complete, on lust ti^rt ol Thlnl arenue, at a sac: pice. Particulais at LIONEL l'KOEliLlCH'S, 8J0 Third avenue, corner Fiftieth sheet. _ _ MAC HINKIIY. At willarda de bevoisk's, 45 dey streetOne vertical Hoisting Engine an I Boiler complete, b5<;0; two Portable-, B aud 1. borse: Stationary, from I to lUo horse; Lstlics, Planers, Drills, Shafting anil Pulleys. For sale-steamboat boiler, hut little used, 24 feet long; shell 11 feet, inquire of iL, lid Warren street. Machinery wanted-a second hand four spindle i<ong Drill; Pratt A Whitney's make preferred. Address 8., box ti,U84 Now York Post offlce. BTTSINES I OPPOIITI'MTIES. A LARGE DOUBLE DE.'K BARGE; SUITABLE FOR hay, cotton or any freighting or lightering; for sale or charter; or will take a partner controlling business for came. Address BARGE, Herald oSlce. ADYERTfSER WISHES TO INVEST FROM *1,000 TO $1,600 in some safe and well established business; principals only. Address box No. 7 Post olllce, Eiuabelh, N. J. A MANUFACTURING BUSINESS OF 80 YEARS FOR sale?Article always In dsmand; satisfactory reasons ?iven for selling. Inquire of A. COX'S SONS, 2b Maiden ,ne. ANTASSOCIATE^WANTEDT WITH (600, IN A STAPLE manufacturing business; unsurpassed; also Grocery Store, $1,000; both on great thoroughfares; rare chance. 69 Barclay street, up stairs. A PARTNER WANTED?WITH $1.0(10, TO TAKE HALF Interest In a well established manufacturing business; large orders on hand. E. GARDINIEK, rear oUce Stover Machine Company, 115 Liberty street /^JENTLEMAN WITH $4,000 OR $5,000 CAN HAVE AN vi interest in an r.stahiishea Business; govern meat patronage secured; best reference given ana required. Address TREASURY, Herald olllce. MANUFACTURING BUSINESS FOR SALE?ERTABllshed 14 years, with Stock, Tools and Machinery. For particulars apply to J. H. ASH, 6c Fallon slreet. Brooklyn. OWNER OF AN APPROVED AND RECENT MANUfaclurlng patent, now successfully worked here, desires an active business man to rim New York concern on royalty license, to enable blm to attend to the establishment of branches elsewhere; must have $1,(100 to take possession of Inventory, command #500 wonting capital besides, and may calculate on clearing, under normal circumstances, at least $8,000 a year. As in every enterprise, there Is a risk attaching to this, but It Is comparatively light. Address for three days, wllh references, ROt'ALTk, Herald offlce. THE INVENTORS' EXHIBITION AND PATENT BIGHT ASSOCIATION, 12 Warren street. New York, solicits Patents; exhibits. sells snd buys Patents and Patented Goods. Patent Right Gazette, price 10 cents. THE ADVERTISER. LOCATED AND DOING Business in one of the richest agricultural counties ot this State, desires an associate wltb Irom $3,000 to $5,000 In tbe produce and general commission business, in both city and country; the best city and country reference given. Address PRODUCE, box 216 Ilerald oQice. WANTEC-A PARTY COMPETENT TO PROCURE subscriptions for a newly orgs- lied mining company, based upon substantial worth; liberal compenaailon. Address, with retcrences,COMPANY, box 114 Herald ofllce. $rn OFFERED TO ANT ONE WHO CAN PROCURE ')\J for a lady a position as bousegoeper In a brat eiasa hotel or other rirat data establishment; ehe apeaki Engll-Oi, French and German, and is very ac.l n and intelligent. Refers to business men of standing. Addreaa M. E. N., box 142 Herald Uptown Branch oOlce, 1,246 Broadway. (S?,rrr\rv ?PARTNER WANTED?WITH THIS AVOUNT; ip? JUty. equal Inlereat; full charge; business professional, legitimate and prohtablc; no risk. t.'all at 173 Siilli avenue. 4.9 c/m TO $10,not) -anv business man with qp^ai.tJ"thla amount, wltn good reference can lecure from the advertlaer an Intereat In the buaineaa of the manufacture of a staple article poaaetilng great and faluaDia rnerlta over and anuve anv other of the kind, for which It has received the highest endorsements. Relera to the leading buaineaa men, banks and bankers of New Yora city as to the Immeuse value of this article. Ha great demand, Ac.: the money la wanted to loorease the business. Address BUSINEB8 MAN, Herald oilier. <s?r nnn ?a good chance for a business ijlo.UUUi man In the domestic wine and liquor buaineaa: sole manufacturer of Vt lue lllllers. Address BITTEKS, Herald office. 4?7 cna -an active business man, with ipl.oWV, the above amount, can have an Intereat In an established buaineaa, seldom offered; beat references given and required. Address E. h. C., station D. PROPOSALS. rjpo CONTRACTORS FOR LATINO WATER MAINS. WamhnutON, D. C., August 30. 16 1. Sealed pronosa's will be received by the undersigned until 2 o'clock on the 16th dav of September. 1871, at the Llglithuuse Hoard, Treasury Department, for the laying In the District of Columbia of S.lsMI.MXI of pounds of 16-inch cast iron Water Pipes, Stop t.ocks and Special Callings. The entire work Is divided Into four divisions, and proposals will be received tor the whole or a less number of divisions. Each bidder bsfore making his bid must deposit at the First National Bank, Washington, to the credit of the Governor of the District of Columbia, the sum of *1,01*1, as security that he will enter Into and complete the contract according to the speelfloatlons. The money so deposited will he returned to the unsuccessful bidders when the contract is awarded, and to the contractor when he completes his contract. . . . The contractor will be required to forfeit 611 a day for delay In the laying of each pipe, special casting and stop cock beyond the lime required In the contract. No proposals for lay.ng pipes will he received 1 xccpl In the printed forms, whloii, with circulars, specifications and form of contract, and sny further Information, can be had on application In persou or by letter to K GEORGE n. ELLIOT, Ma|orof Engineers, United Slates Army. Chief Engines! Washington Auus iRcL PPLEMENT. JUTtmEJIENTS^ _ /NRAND OPERA HOUSE. _ vr JAM SS H?K, JR Pror-letor LK ? IS BAKER A JOHN V. COLE I.esseee THOMAS K. MuRRlS Business Mamger \> ill opkn for a kkuular oram atic season on satukoay, sept. 1w1. with tbe rerv ctnlnem artists, mk. and mhs. ItANDMANN, Minted by th>' popular Comedian, MR. MARK SMII'H, AND A I'OVVI RSUL. COMPANY. *lr. and Mrs. BaNDMANN wld make tbetr entree In the (teat play of NARCIPSK, specially rewritten lor tliem by Tom Taylor. ' Nareiase Mr. i.aNDMANN l'orn o?lnni'.t Vrs. BANDMANN ' Aa played by tbem tor orer three moiitha at the Lyceum Theatre, Loudon,' ass ated by Mlaaea Henrietta Oasorue, Edith ChaHls, Lena Thurb. r; Messrs. K. K. Thome, Harry I ytluR, C. T. Paraloe, T. J. Hind, W. H. Pope, Brutone and others, lo be followed by tne original Comedietta of the HAPPY PAIR. MR. AND MRS. RANDMANN. ON MONDAY KVENlNtl, SKPf. 4, MR. AND MRS. BANDMANN will appear for the Ural time in a new drarae, by T. C. De Leon, called JASPER, from Chsrlea Dickens' fragmentary noyel of THE MYSTERY OK EDWIN DROOD, Mr. and Mra, Uauduiann will be assisted by Mark Smith and the no'npany. New Music, New Scenery and Appointments. RAND OPERA HOUSE. speciaTTnotice. The following scale of popu'ar prices has been adopted Admlaaluu 6Uc I Family Circle (entrance | on J4tli street) UOc. RESERVED SEATS. Press Circle.. 7.'>c. I Parquet and Parquet Parquet Clrc'e. (1 00 Balcony iRl Ml I ll,??. C lr. ? lU'An,,. 1 na i D-i o * .m | Proscenium boxen. if 10 to ?16 Rents can be serured dally from 8 A. M. to .> P. M. at Die I box office, at O. Bcbirmer'a, 7i'l Hroartwav, an1 at the Krle Railroad i.ckr- othce, Twenty-third street, Junction of Broadway and Fifth avenue. CENTRAL PARK OARDEN.?THEO. THOMA8' GRAND SUMMER NIGHT.-.' CONCERTS. TUEO. THOMAS AND HIS UNRIVALLED ORUHEBTRA. THIS ^FRIDAY; EVENING, SEPTEMBER 1. 1. Overture, "La Hal Maa'pie" Anber 2. (Jul Tollis i Mesne .-olennelle Ronmnl R. Waltz, "Thousand and One Nights" Strauss 4. Adaijietto,/ ) Rcberzo, > Suite op. 101. > Koff March, l ) t. Introduction, "Cansllda" Bsssford 8. VYaitz, "tt Ine, Women and Sontt" Strauss 1. Cbor iter E'riedensboten, "Rieuzl" Wanner 8. Saltarello .new) Gounod It. Overture, "Lluht Cavalry" Suppe 10. Fantatti, "YLIous In a Dream" Lumbye (With zither so'.n.) 11. Waltz, "On the Renutlful blue Danube" Strauss 12. March. "En Avant" UunR'l Proprietors JOHN tCOCH a CO. TERRACE GARDEN.?.IULLIEN'3 CONCERTS. Fltty-eUbtb street, between Lexlnston and Third ava. TONIGHT, FRIDAY, Sept. 1. LICHTMAY. L1C HTM A i, LIC11TMAV. UABELMANN, HA HELM ANN. I, HAND GALA CONCERT. LOUISE LICHTMAY, LOUISE LICHTMAY. JuLLIEN'S UNRIVALLED ORCHESTRA. ADMISSION 60 CENTS. L1NA EDWIN'S THEATRE. 720 BROADWAY'. kelly a leon's m1ns1rels. CARRY THE NEWS TO MARY. hOOP LAI THE, ONLY L.EON. A TRIP AROUND THE WORLD. CAT DUET. Messrs. sully and stuaut. A CHIP OF THE. OLD BLOCK, TRAGIC REVIVALS, AC. lVOOD'S MUSEUM. >v this .friday) evening, BENEFIT AMI LAST NIGHT BUT OWB OF MISS AHA HAKLAND, who will have the honor of appearing ia F. U. Maeder'a new Fictur. Btiue Drama of Lola. lola. lola. MISS ilaklani) In hye differed characters. to-pay, at 2 i'. m., la?t time, lost in london, anil ide fellow that looks like me. MONDAY AFTERNOON, AT 2 1'. M., BERTHA. THE SEWING MACHINE GIRL. MONDA i EVENING, AT 8 O'CLOCK, LUCILLE WESTERN IN EAST LYNN?. OLYMPIC THEATRE. THIS EVEN IN i AND EVERY EVENING DURING THE WI'.bK will be presented after months or elaborate prepar..tioii, n o. L. FOX'S D U celebrated Pantomime, U m humptt pl'ml'i y, m F and the treat F t KIIIALFV troupe t Y of Europeuti aad American artiste. Y APELK, I MARIETTA, PAL LI E III, I MORloNDO, CLEMI NCR ALEXANDKOVYA. THE MAtiTr.NS FAMILY, LES ZIGZAGS. YOUNG ADONIS, I LITTLE VENUS, SI ON OR CASS ELI, | IlEltR WILLIs, and a full and etncicnt corps ol CORAPHEc,S, under the d.rcctlon of MONSIEUR 1MRE KIRALFY. O. L. FOX ae CLOWN FIRST HUMPTY DUMFTY MATINEE, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, AT 2 O'CLOCK. Seats secured six days in advance. Brooklyn globe theatre?opposite city HALL. T11E UREAT MILLIE TUKNOUR, witb fifty Star Artists, apnears every evening at tilts popu ar Family ResfirL MATINEE EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT 8. Park theatre, Brooklyn, FRIDAY EVENING, Sept. 1. farewell bkni.mt and la&t NIOUT but one of mr. albert w. aiken. The lamous local pla,, THE WITCHES OK NKIV'YORK. GRAND MATINEE SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT X ADMISSION 25 AND oO CENTS. THF. BRYANT'S. HOME A'IAIN. Tlie original world famous BRYANTS MINSTRELS, after their successful travelling tour, will REOPEN THEIR REAUTIKUL OPERA HOUSE, Twenty-thirl street, between Sixth and Seventh avenues, on MONDAY EVE >INO, ?M TEMIIER 4, wl'li the following new facet and old favorites:? JAMES A. HAkNEY, R. II. K HOLER. Baritone Vona 1st The Distinguished Mitel clan. WORRISF.T nn.l EMERSON, the pre :tcst gong and dance artiste of the dap. NELRE SEYMOI R, DAVE KEEP, ,T. W. MoANDREWS, MONKoK DEMPSTER, W. K. STANLEY. CHARLES D'ALHEklE, J. H. feAVORI, JAMES MORRISON, CHARLES K A ROLL, MARTIN NETZ, ft. II. WESTON, C. H. FOSTER, LITTLE MAO. IV. HENRY RICE and DAN BRYANT. Box office now open for reserved seats. J. SI MESON Treasurer SAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS. 685 BROADWAY. IMMENSE SUCCESS. People bnving ladders to ueep in the windows. BIRCH, WAMBOLD, BERNARD AND BACKUS. SAN FRANCISCO MINSTRKL8. Oreat bit of the Inimitable Dancing yu irtctte, Bobby Newcontb, Clia*. Olhbona, J. Cbecver end E. Kennedy. THE GREAT VOCAL COKES, Wambold. Dwver, Templeton, Oherlst and Shattuck. DONNIKKR'S SUPERB ORCHESTRA. Donntker, Schmltb, Solseda, Bucbaer, Juch and Nortler. THE. FAMOUS COMEDIANS, Rlreh. Backus, Bernard, West and 'lie Huflalo Bora FVERYTHINO NEW, FRESH AND SPARKLING. Box office now open. 6eats secured In adrance. IJIO TUB PUBLIC. VlKNltA, August 16. 1871. Mr. PREDERICK RULLMAN begs to inform ibe patrons and 1 overs of muetc In New Yor e that be bus succeeded In completing an engagement with MISS JOSEPHINE WEINLICH, the Conductress, and the other members of the world-famed VIENNA LADY ORCHESTRA. He It consequent!? enabled to announce the FIRST APPEARANCE of this unique and celebrated band ot instrumental performere AT STF.INWAY HALL, ON MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 11, when everything skill and taste can suggest will be employed to heighten the elTeot he believes must be produced by their mimical talent In an even greater degree than that created by It in AUSTRIA, GERMANY AND ITAJ.Y, where for tour rears It lias been an established fact, endorsed hv the whole of the critical PREH-t AND PUBLIC OF CENTRAL EUROPE. He would also sla'e that he has entered Into an engagement (or a limited period with the LATEST VOCAL. MARVKL OF THE OLD WORLD, MISS ANNA ELZKR, a Soprano, no more than twelve years of age, tho pupil of the able and W"ll-known conductor, I'rofenor It. M LUEK FAHBKl. The llal of attractions he oilers will also he enhanced by MR. JACOB MUbLER, the greRt Baritone, who for the hrst tunc has hecn induced to accept an engagement to visit the United States. Trusting the estlmnte placed by Central Europe on the vocal ano Instrumental standing of these arti?t? will lie endorsed by the musical acumen of tho New World, he will simply add that further nnd complete particulars will be given In succeeding advertisements. tTNSWOHTII'S MINSTRELS. I Unsworth, Eugene and (I. W. H. Grlfiln., proprietor", will give their nrst performance on Saturday, September 'X at Paterson, M. J., after which they will appear for one night at Harlem, Hartford, Conn.; Brld eporl, Newburg and J'oughkeepsie, and again nt Paterson September P. The <lrcat Unsworth and Eugene will appear at ench performance. rpHE L1NGARDS.?SEPTEMBER 1 AND 2. BROOKLYN ATHENA5UM. nnn y 721 cam aim. grand gift lU.'IWW Concert, Louisville, Kv., October SI, 1871. By authority Kentucky Legislature. In aid Public Library, Ky. Principal Girt, $1(10,00(1, 720 Gifts from $IMI,000 to $HM. V bo'e tickets, $10; half tickets, $5: quarter do , $2.10. R. T. DURRKTT, Pres. Public Library, Kcntucky.Citlv.ens' Bank. Treas.; C. R. PETERS, Manager, 1211 Main St., Louisville, Ky. Tickets and Information at 8 Aator House, New Vork. rpHE EVENING TELEGRAM, THE GREAT THEATRICAL EVENING PAPER. FULL AND IMPARTIAL CRITICISMS ON ALL PERFORMANCES, MOVEMENTS OF ACTORS AND COMPANIES, RUSTLINGS FROM THE 1VINGS, ALL THE NEWS OF THE "PROFESSION AT HOME AND ABROAD, IN THE TELEGRAM. WANTED -GENTLEMEN (EXPERT RIDERS) TO ENgage In a display of horsemanship at a charltabla tournament. Address box 3,IK)H New York Post othce. BlUlAKui^ *1 -STANDARD AMERICAN BILLIARD TABLES J\L? unequalled for accuracy and durability and ?|tI roved by the leading amateurs and professional players; constantly on hand, Tables at prices ranulngirom 4<25d upwards ' also unique styles for dwelling houses. PHELAN * CULLENDER, 7W Broadway. N'OW IS VOI R TIME To CALL AND EXAMINE MV new Improved French Bevelled Taoles, with Oolaney'a pat. nt Wire "uohions, vvlileh are now inking the lean of ull the others. MM. ll. OKI Kb it'll. W ipsa v stunt. 1 AMUSFMBNTS. , Bowery theatrr. a oreat Hrp. nightly overflow. Wonderful performance of Mr. O. 8WAYNK BUCKLEY. q. b wayne buckley, o. bwaynk BUCKLEY, the okeat man of the period, la his immense drama of on 1'lle track, on the track, on the track, received with shouts OK admiration. (1. 8WAYNE BUCKLE V, JR., IN EIOHT CHAKACTl RS, blNiiS TWELVE BONOS PLAYS ON TEN DIFFERENT INSl'K MENTS AND EXECUTES SIX DANCES. _ A COMEDY. yyALLACK'S. third week ot the unprecedented success of the world-famed Miss LYDIA THOMPSON and HER NEW COMPANY, whnen engagement has been attended by larger pecuniary IS turns than ever before known at this theatre. 2tf,K43 PERSONS have witnessed toe performances wllhla twelve nights and two matinees. LAST WEEK Dut ONE of the greatly successful bur.cscine, in two acts, 11LI.E HEARD. BLUE BEARD. ? Miss LYDIA THOMPSON as SrftaB Introducing her greet hit, "My lli art Is True to Poll." Mr. Harry Beckett as Blue Heard, with new locals; Mr. Kdouln as Corporal Zatig-/,aug and the HEATHEN CHINEE; Misses Dubois and Cerblnc as Katlma and Soroslste Annie, with duet, encored nightly; Messrs. 11. Montgomery and Joba Biter, Missis Hetty lracv, TlUey Karl, Kate Egerton, Lotta M Ira and Kate lies theme. Concerted musio Introduced i? "If Ever I Cease to Love," "Touch the Harp Llghl'y." "Mandllonata" and duct, "Can You Recall V with beautiful scenery and gorgeous costumes, the whole forming the most delightfully chaste, seasonable and captivating entertainment ever given. This evening, open at 7 S<, over at 1054 o clock. Saturday Matinee, open at I, begins at 2, over at 4 o'clock P. M. Seats should be secured In advance. Matinee. Wallace's. ATI NEE. SATURDAY, September L MATINEE. Unen atl. hctilns at 2. MATIN KB. Over at 4 o'clock P. M. MATIN KB. Last day performance but one Ot MATINBB. BLUB BEARD. MATIN KB. BLUB B ARD. MATINEE. MISS LYDIA THOMPSON MATIN KB. and MATINEE. HER NEW COMPANY. NIBLO'S GARDEN. SECOND WEEK. GREAT AND PRONOUNCED SUCCESS of the young comedian, Mr. Joe. K. EMMET, end GAYLER'8 POPULAR DRAMA FRITZ, OUR COUSIN GERMAN, received nightly with the WILDEST DEMONSTRATIONS OF DELIGHT, and pronounced by prese nnd public THE MOST POPULAR ENTERTAINMENT ever offered 10 a metropolitan audience. It will be repeated Introducing Mr. Emmet in A NEW REPERTOIRE of SONOS, DANCES, SOLOS, Ao. SECOND FRITZ MATIN Els TOMORROW ATI SEATS SECURED SIX NIGHTS IN ADVANCE. NIBLO'S GARDEN.?MATINEE TO-MORROW AT 1. SECOND MATINEE OF FRITZ TO MORROW AT* with J. K. EMMET AS FRITZ. NIBLO'S GARDEN.?SECOND FRITZ EMMET MATINEE TO MORROW AT 2. EVERYTHING SAMK AS IN THE EVENING. Reeerved Orchestra Chalra $1: Family Circle 60c. ffOQ ?GLOBa THEATRE, / 738 Broadway. 728.?THE ONLY NOVELTY THEATRE IN THE CITY Continued and undiminished auccesa ot the Mammoth Stat 1 roupe. The largeet congregation of artlete ever seen, IlITu l,b 1. 1, [>L WikDUMIC Fifty different act* every night. Everybody delighted with the euterta nment. Houses thronged with joyous multitudes. THK THE THE GLOBE BALLET GLORK BALLET GLORK BALLBt TROUPE. TROUPE. TROUPR. Peais of laughter, roars of thunder, a perfect ovation tan dered to each artist. MATINEE WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. TTOOTH'S THEATRE. LOTTA LAST NIUIITS of the Brilliant Young Commodlenne, LOTTA, LlTTLlf* NELL and the MARCHIONESS, WITH THE SAME STRONG DISTRIBUTION OF THE CAST. LITTLE NELL MATINEE, ON SATURDAY AT 1:90. Seats secured six days iff advance at the theatre, alM sf Diu.m's Muaio Store, 711 Broadway. XTEWCOMB AND ARLINGTON's MINSTRELS, IN TWENTY-EIGHTH STREET OPERA HOUSE, corner of Broadway. GRAND REOPENING NIGHT, MONDAY, SEPT. 4, NEWCOMB AND ARLINGTON'S MINRTREL8, DOUBLE TROUPE, NEW ORGANIZATION; comprising manv of THE LEADING MEMBERS OF MINSTRELSY, combining an entertainment of rare excellence. DEVOID OF EVERY OBJECTIONABLE FEATURE, presenting an evening's amusement for the polite and rehMd POPULAR PRICES OF ADMISSION. Parquet olrc'e 5 ic. I Parquet circle, reserved. 75a Orchestra chairs 75c. | Balcony 35a Private boxes M MONDAY, SF.PT. 4. THK OPENING NIGHT. Seats can be secured during the day iu aavanre. Academy of music, Brooklyn. For one week only, Commencing September 4. JOSEPH 'c.r r r,nwn rtp van*winkle. Bo* office open Thorsdav, August 31. m mager charles jkffbb9qn OLE BULL'S ONLY PUPIL GIVES I R1VATK VIOLM lessons at 92 Clinton place (Eighth street): also privau lessoDS piano, organ, guitar, aluging, Ac. Circular* mailM free; no classes. rpHE EVENING TELEGRAM, the great theatrical evening paper. full and impartial criticisms on al* performances, movements of actors and companie8, rustlings from the wings, all the news of the profession at homi and abroad, IN THE-TELEGRAM. IjtLOCUTION.?LE8SON8 IN THIS USEFUL ACCOMLi plishment by a professor of thorough power and eip* rlencn; parlor, pulpit or stage. Address ELOCUTION, Herald office. Theatre to let.?the fine iron front builin ing, r>2xl0i feet, Mansard roof, 214 and 216 East Thirtyfourth street, near Third avenue, for a term of years: also fine lln:l<tlng for a circus, adjoining. Apply to wm. w. SMITH, on the premises. _ PIANOFORTES. ~ AN ELEGANT, SUPERIOR-TONED PIANOFORTR rosewood case, 7U octave, used eight months, coat #900. for *3110, with aplenuld Stool, Cover, Music Stand ; also Parloi Suits, rosewood and walnul, styles Grand Duchess, 14 pieces! Bedroom Sets, style Louis XIV.; French China Toilet Seta] Carpets, Paintings, Bronzes, Mirrors, Dinner and Tea Seta Cutlery. Ac., all nearly new, at half cost. Call at priest* residence 120 West Twenty third street, near Sixth avnnua N. B.?Any of the above goods can be packed for shipping on the premises; competent men In attendance. A LARGE STOCK OF PIANOS. BEST MAKERS, tu rout or sell cheap; rent allowed on purchase. Call at M. M. MCKKKM.'S No a II.,r? , ins a . Any one having a noon upright piano cob sale cheap for cash may address W. W., Mount Vernoih Westchester county, with description and price. A CHEAP PIANO?$100; IN GOOD ORDER; A SEVEN ootarc rosewood Planoforie; carved legs; Agraffe; barturn for cash ; Instalments taken. J. B1DDLK, 18 Amity street, near R road way. A MAGNIFICENT BROCATEL PARLOR SUIT, Covered lu rich silk covering, celebrated makers, cost $4M for $2(1(1; one with oval back, $160; four rep Suits, from $M to #76; 14 Bedroom Sets, at half cost; 800 yards Carpet, 6Ua and upwards Call before purchasing elsewhere. Priests r-sldence 120 West Twenty-third street. Superior 714 octave rosewood Pianoforte, cost $U0U, for $276. Cut this out A MAGNIFICENT ROSEWOOD 71* OCTAVE PIANO forte, grand soale, made to order, celebrated maker, used 6 months, tullv guaranteed, cost ifv.'iO, for $276- 1'arlot bulls, Paintings, Bronzes, Kiagrres, Bookcase, Carpets, Chamber and Dining Furniture. 80 West Fifteenth street, nasi Hitn avenue. A FOUR ROUND CORNER ROSEWOOD PIANOforte, carved mouldings, Ac., Gilbert maker, only <176; a great barga.n. PEEK A SON, 146 Bleecker street AMAGN1FICF.NT 7)4 ROSEWOOD CARVED PIANOOverstrung baas, modern style and Improvements, celebrated makers, sweet, powerful tone, oost $700, will be sold at a bargain for cash: must be sold befuie Saturday, n btuy vesaut street, near Cooper Institute. C1REAT REDUCTION IN PRICE op DECKER $ T Karnes' superior flrst premium Pianos. Call and etana Ine before purchasing elsewhere. Second hand Pianos fol sale cheap. Pianos to let and exchanged. 127 Third amine; corner Fourteenth street DIANOS, MBLODEON8 AND ORG ANS-OP NEW AND X beautiful styles, of different makers, at low prices for cash or monthly Instalments, or for rent, at WATERS', 461 Broadway, than nan be found elsewhere. (Jh/rrv CASH, BALANCE $13 MONTHLY-FIRST CLASS 7V)U seven oetaae Pianos, carved legs, mouldings; ever) Improvement; warranted; caeb, 1(360; great reduction. K. CAULKS, 470 Eighth avenue, near Thlrty-ieurtb sL <*4)7/T -A MAGNIFICENT DOUBLE ROUND COR. ?I>Js I ' ti'-r rosewood Pianoforte, 714 octave, brilliant tone, richly carved legs and case, ne .rly new, cost <800, fol f :76; Pompadour satin brncatel Parlor Suit, cost $476, fo? $175; one do. <60; Curtains, Mirrors, Paintings, Bronses, Chamber, Dining Room Furniture at half cost for cash, Private residence 13 Kast Tenth street, ene block west ol Broadway, between University place and Fifth avenue. MPMOAL.~ A GENTLEMAN WILL GIVE INSTRUCTION ON TUB pianoforte at pupil's rctsdrnce for $lir per quarter, Best of reference given. Address, with residence, TKAUtt EK, bui 120 Herald office. " ~ " "" " ~ " 1=3 OANLINU ACADKiHIKN, UAHSIi'b DANCING ACADEMIES, MASONIC IIALU cd 114 Kant Thirteenth street atel IIIevoort Hall, lf?4 Kasi Soiree at Musunie Hall heptamberii t.lht l) LA Its at private acatiemv, 2U hast Eleventh (treat.