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> A AITD PORTER HKKWKKY POB BALE IN THIS
Ja. City. Biunaea* Opportunities.
, A RARB chance.?pok bale, an old and
A well ejupliahfd Merchant Tailoring and Clothing
Bueinea*, a ahort dhtauoe In the country, State of Conneeucut.
for particular* Inquire ot 81 MORS A TURK.
1J Ltipenard etreet
r A ?CORNER LIQUOR 8TORB rOB BALE CHEAP.
-tY. Inquire on the prcmUee. northeaat oorner Spring
and Mulberry streets, or floo Third avenue
A PHOTOGRAPH OALLBRY, AT 18 RXCHANOE
piace, Jersey City. n. J.; good location; good
reason for saUlng. Call and see.
WALTBB CHRISTIE.
ADININO SALOON FOR BALE?LOCATION UNSURpan%ed;
lower part of olty; successful operation IS
Tears, sutererising party's sore fortune. Farticulars at
X Chamber* street.
GEORGE W. SIMBBS, Store Agency.
A PORK AND PROVISION STORE FOR SALE?
Thoroughly established; large profitable business;
splendid location; enterprising parties;rare invesuueuL
Particulars*Chambers street
, GEORGE W. SIMERS, Store Agency.
A GROCERY STORE POR 8ALE?SPLENDID LO
cation; well known; extensively patronized ; enterprising
party unquestionably very rare investment;
sacrifice. Particulars 'ii chambers street
QEORGK w. SIMERS' store Agency.
A FIRST CLASS DOWNTOWN RESTAURANT FOR
sale?Doing a splendid business: a chance seldom
offered. Call and satisfy yourselves. Full particulars of
"WARNER A CO., N& 9 Dey street.
A FIRST CLASS LIQUOR STORE FOR SALE-NO. 77i
Eleventh avenue, corner Fifty-fourth street, next
corner to Tenth Avenue stables; lour years' lease irom
last May. No agente need apply.
A?FOR BALE. CORNER LIOUOR STORES. BEST
business locations in this city and Brooklyn: also
some to let; also Restaurants, Oyster Saloous, Chop
Houses, Lager Beer and Bit lard Saloons.
MITCHELL'S store Agency, 77 Cedar street
A?FOR BALE, DRUG STORES, BEST BUSINESS
locations in Brooklyn; also Bakeries, Confectioneries,
Variety Stores, Fancy Goods Stores, Hat Stores,
Cigar Stores, corner Grocery Stores.
MITCHELL'S store Agency, 77 Cedar street.
Amkht uuass t'unrkutioneby STORK-GOOD
location, low rent, and excellent chance for ludv or
gentleman, S. B. Goon alb. No. 8 West Twenty-third
treat. Filth Avenue Uo:el.
An established first class west side cor.
ner Liquor Store, well fitted up; about $700 Mock;
I^ase; cheap rent: all licenses up to June; good business:
prico 91,000.
CAMPBELL A CO., Agents, 348 Hudson street.
A BARGAIN-NEAR THE GRAND CENTRAL
depot, the best paving Dining Saloon and Lodging
House up town; rooms more than pay the rent; good
trade aud increasing long lease.
T. a. ROGERS, 120 Baat Forty-third street
A FINE BoGARDUS MILL AND SrX RUN FRENCH
Burr Stones for pair cheap. In Orange county, 2^
hours from New York, with curbe and hoppers, set singly;
oue boiler's Mineral Crusher, I/*'! pounds.
PHALON A SLOAN, 31 East Seventeenth street.
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, CHINA AND LAMP
Store for sale.?Long established; large store and
basement; rent $40. with Apartments; at 1.213 Third avenue;
good stock; a groat bargain lor a business lady or
gentlemen going into the business, in a good neighborhood
; death the cause ol selling.
IpOR SALE?UP TOWN, A HOUSKSMITn'S SHOP
1 and Railing Manufactory, wltli strain engine and
inn machinery; suitable tor any manuiacturmg purpose;
shop 28x04: three years' ground lease, with horso
ml wagon; established for 20 years; with or without the
building; terms easy. Inquire of JOHN 8. GKaBER.
No. 834 Elghtn avenue, between Flity-nrst and Fifty-second
streets.
|jtOR SALE?A GROCERY STORE. IN^AJ'HICK
jb. y uufumwu uciituuuruiiou. a(iuiv ai --o nun nix
tecntn street. or to OL1MM A KOKNKR, corner West
street and Park place.
For sale-grocery and tea store; pull
stock and good fixtures. 579 Grand street
For salk-a first class corner liquor
Store: one of the best In the Nineteenth ward. In quire
at 1,481 Third avenue.
For salr-an old established dining room.
In a good business locality, with or without lodging
rooms attached ; sickness the cause tor selling. Apply at
lii Fulton street, Brooklyn.
For sale?stock, fixtures and lease of a
first class tailor's store; good location. Address I*.
MULLEN, 'farrytown.
For bale.?a lager beer and liquor htorb
for sale cheap; good reason for selling; rent $25.
Call at 443 West Thirty-third street, between Ninth and
Tenth avenues.
For rale? iw sewing machines of the most
Improved makers; all new and in good order, ready
for Immediate delivery; will be sold cheap tor caah. Apply
at 208 Broadway, room 6.
FOR RALE?A NEW SHIRT LAUNDRY; LONG Established
; all machinery and fixtures for the business;
In successful operation; will be sold cheap, on
favorable terms. Address L. B.. Herald office.
For sale.?skoo cash will purchase a rplendid
Grocery ritore. Stock, Fixtures, Lease, Good
Will. Ac.: dorng a good cash business; line neighborflood.
For further particulars inquire of R. BUTLER, 338
and 337 Greenwich street, corner of Jay.
For balk?the best hotel in havana. cuba.
For particulars apply to LUCAS MUHoBEKAY, 403
Fitlh avcuuo, Brooklyn.
, TTOR SALB?A CONFECTIONERY. TOY AND VARIETY
X" Store; will be cot at a bargain if sold tins week:
stood reasons given for selling. Call All week at 599
ninth avenue.
For balk-the corner wine and liquor
Spire, corner of Fulton street and Red hook lane.
Brooklyn ; lease Ave years; reason ior selling, retiring
from tlie business; will be sold at a bargain. Apply in
atore, ior two days.
For sale?a first class restaurant, wine.
Liquor and Billiurd. and five years' Lease lor the
whole house: splendid locality :_good reason for selling.
Address K. L. MATHOT, No. 101 West Thirty-seventh St.
For sale-a first class family wine and
Liquor Store, lor half its value. Apply at 139 West
Twenty fifth street.
For sale-ciieap for cash, a well stocked
Orocery Store, with apartments; must be sold, as
the owner is In other business. Apply at 421 East Eighteenth
street
For salk-pruit and butter stand; will be
sold cheap on account of ether business. Call at 111
Court street. Brooklyn.
For sale-one of the best liquor stores
on the east side, with or without stock ; long lease,
Inw rent und also license. Inquire at 434 East Thirteenth
street.
1LAOR SALE-DAMAOED CORN MEAL, FOUR TONS,
P tor feed, h'ghwines or vinegar, at leas than half
price, to close out to-lav. at CRAl'S FLOUR COMPANY,
62 Weat Forty second street
J-tor sale?the lease, stock and fixtures
ot a Qrat class corner liquor store. 411 Ninth
avenue.
First class corner family liquor store
lor sale. ?Best reasons tor selling, and long lease.
Applv to .Mr WILLI AM a. No. 18u i-pnng street.
PRINTING OFFICE, WITH TWO CYLINDER AND
two Cordon Presses, a large assortment ol Type and
Apply to ANSON MERRICK'S SUNS, 24 Packman at. ''
OTATIONKRY, TOYS AND NEWS DEPOT PGR SALE.?
O On account ot ill health I will sell on desirable terms
my Stock and Fixtures. Trade established at the samo
stand tor fix years. lOIIN OWBNs, 993 Second av.
SAn--S.-Ki.iR SAI K CItMAP, HERRING'S, LILLIK'S,
Wilder'*, Marvin'*, Valentine A Buticr's Sates, second
hund, at s. O. QUIRK'S. No. 7 Liberty street and
72 Maiduu lane.
Third av km: e prominent corner grocery
Store tor sale?Well stocked ; lon? lens* ; owner has
to leave on account ot other business ; must be wen to
be appreciated. Apply to GEORGE RO i, 2.02,1 Third av.
fO AAft WILL M Y AN ELEGANTLY PITTED CP
O.'/Ul/ Liuuor, imager Beer and Hiltiard oaloon,
rce now Billiard Tallies slid three years' Least, in the
centre of the city ; owner bt going to Europe. Address
A. NO. 1, lierald office. No agent*.
Z ? ? - BIAC/IUNKItlT.
AT WII.SON k ROAKES', WATER AND DOVER
streets?second hand Engines. Rollers, Puutp-s
Shafting, Pulleys *c.; W-horse Locomotive Boiler, 35horse
Allen cut-of Engine,
A LARGE QUANTITY OK ENGINES, BOILERS
J\ atid Steam Pump*, new and second hand. Apply to
P. OASSIUY, box 4 to ID Bridge street. Brooklyn, nianu
taclurer and dealer iu new and second hand machinery.
II<OR 8ALB A BARGAIN?MUST BR SOLD, A PINE
1 Engine, SO hor**, and one IS horse ; two Locomotive
Boilers. 15 and 40 horse. Call at 530 West street.
I wii.L uive ab'ilJT ?i,ouo cash for a large
engine, In perfect running order, end flue boiler or
bailers and donkey pump (to be tested), with ell connections
and fixtures complete, pecked end delivered on
wharf in or near New York. Address Immediate!*, stating
particular*, WILLI a Ms. box 10b Herald office.
Machinery for rale-at u park street,
near Worth; tw? .Villa, for grinding mineral paint;
Shutting, Pulleys, Ac. Apply at the Box Factory.
, rriRN HORSE ENGINE. LATHER, PRESSES, STEAM
A and hydraulic Pumps, .-hatting. Pulley*, Gearing,
compound lever Shears, Ga* Machine*, platform Soalea,
at any price, to close business. at M Centre street.
ANTED?POiT"GASH. VOOOD. SECOND HAND
single or double drum Uotsting Engine. State ocodttlon,
price and kind. Address box .76 Post office.
wraroii f i > roHTt'irrrrKgT
Afsnrw*. desirably situated, in wttich
fhywo to lis.tkw yearly profit income may be made,
is open for a gentleman investing t3,i?0 and undertaking
immediately the management of a well-known concern
<YJ' *,11 ?;a* character. Addraaa CITY AND STATE,
Herald uptown Brancn office.
A AW? POKTB* BREWERY FOR SALE-tN THIS
-fx ott} ; lias alt the modern improvements; also, good
well, furnishing sufficient supply 0f oold water to
dispense with the use of ice through the entire summer:
manufacturing first claw Ales only, and. ae now an establlshed
trade oi over tS.lXW barrels per annum the reDutaium
of trc brewery, and of the *!# u atrirtiv i i
present u?r?er desires to retire, Ceif on V" Twi\ori'
office of lire were' liasette, 1*8 Pulton mm '
A GENTLEMAN POSSRWHNO AN RXTENSrVB AND
valuable acquaintance and familiar with th? principles
and practicaof lira uuaranoe U desirous ot a ouid.
ness connection either u officer qi manage* Address
CONFIDENTIAL. box i88 Herald office.
AN EXPERIENCED BUSINESS MAN IB READY for
an honest business, paying fair profits. Address
elating nature of business and capital required, w.
KUFrNBR, 121 PrinceJ treat.
^ A SURE LIVING.?TUB RIGHT TOR NEW TORE
A end other -Itales to make and sell a household artv
I cle, now in constant demand This will afford any nan
of family a fine Income tor years to coma Address, lor
, AOS week, BAJfK l> VKSTMENT. pox 17U Uerald office.
NEW YORK HI
BtRIHKM OPPOKTV HIT1HS.
A partner wanted?with bomb capital, to
Uke an internal in the manufacturing ot new article
ot great merit, for which patent haa been obtained.
LLOYD, M Broadway.
a physician, abodt 48 tears ok aor,
A wanted?To take charge of a long eatabliahed indoor
office practice. None but those bearing the highest
medioal diplomas and undoubted character and ability
need apply, with reference, Ac. Address, PHYSICIAN,
Herald office.
A KINK MANUPAOTCRINO BrsiNB8S, K8TABllsbed
25 years, with valuable Patents, for sale ; paying
51 to 75 per cent. OEIUUB, CAULKTON A CO.,
Financial Agents, 96 Broadway.
A GENTLEMAN FAMILIAR WITH CANVASSINO
nines can hear of tn o) portuniiy of
establishing u good business by talent and activity. Address
H. M., box la Uerald office.
A GOOD BUSINESS MAN OR PRACTICAL
printer, with irom $400 to $3,000, can effect lucrative
partnership Ljr addressing U. H. W., box 110 Herald
OTTlCe.
A FIRST CLAPS MANUFACTORY, MANY YEARS
established. paying well, protlu 40to 90 per cent,
lor sale cheap, as owner is engaged in other harness.
___ LLoYl>, 29 Broadway.
^ -ADDITIONAL CAPITAL PROCURED
lor merchants, manufacturers and others, real estate exchanged
lor business; mining properties. Ac., negotiated.
Persons with capital seeking business advised of approved
opportunities Relerences?Hunter, Walton k
Co.. produce commission, 164 chambers street, Ac.
ORIOtlH, OARLBTON A CO.,
Financial and Business Agents, 98 Broadway.
A PARTY WITH $8,000 CAN PURCHA3B A LIOHT
msnuiacturing business, well established and paying
an annual profit of about $8,000, which could be
greatly Increased: no competition; will hear investigatloo.
Address SAKE INVESTMENT, Herald office.
ANY PERSON HAVING ANY NEW ARTICLE TO BE
exhibited at the American Institute Fair can have
It attended to by addressing PUBLISHER, 37 Park row,
room SI.
Fancy good* and hosiery.?a store for
salo doing a good business: stock sll new; low rent.
Apply to Mrs.E1UKMEK, 49/ Pearl street. New York.
Ij>OR RALE-AN INTEREST IN A WELL K8TABUshed
business, lor which personal aisi.-tance and
capital is wanted to the amount of lr?iu $10,000 to $10,000;
right of manufacture exclusive; any active man or
company will find this a boua tide opportunity, Address
K C. BEACH, box 773 Post office.
TSARTVERKWP W k \TVn_7 V at IMP WVI.T. EST 1H
X lislied coal yard, by a yocng man. with some capital.
Address D. U., box 103 Herald Uptown branch office,
1,268 Broadway.
PARTNER, WITH $1,000, TO JOIN A PRACTICAL
man with name amount. In old established produce
and provision business. Call at 293 Broadway, room 3.
PARTNER AND $50,009 PABTNKR WANTED?IN AN
importlntt business, having a large and well established
trade with dry goods, millinery and fancy goods
Jobbers throughout the country; extensive foreign
credit; can turn capital three times a year: profits satisfactory.
Apply to GR1UUS, CAKLBTON A CO., 98
Broadway.
PARTNER WANTED?rN A WELL ESTABLISHED
Printing Business, with $1,UU0 to $3,U)0. Address
STEREO, Herald office.
PARTNER WANTED?IN A LARGE FIRST CLASS
fine Grocery; $7JO lor hali Interest; reference.
For particulars call at the premises, *61 Eighth avenue.
PARTNER WANTED.?I WANT A GOOD, FAITHFUL
man In a general commission business now paying
well; $600 capital required.
WARNER A CO.. No. 5 Dey street
RARE CHANCE.?AN INTEREST IN A VERT PLEA riant
cash business, requiring the assLstan e oi another
gentleman, Is offered for $1,Out): worth ai least $13,000.
Address CASH, box 217 Herald office.
~\\7ANTED?A PERSON TO JOIN TlIE ADVERTISER
ft in opening a first class market up town ; a thorough
knowledge ot the business, some capital and good reference
required. Address, with full particular*, A. b. C.,
box 157 Herald Uptown Branch office.
WANTED?Ari PARTNER IN A POPULAR ENTERtuinmcnt
a man o! good address, to secure entagetncntsfrom
Sunday schools; will not Interfere with other
business. Address M. II., Herald office.
"Ill"ANTED?A PARTNER WITH TO $S,P0O $10,000 IN
?* an old established stenm furniture manufactory;
best of references exchanged. Address FURNITURE,
Herald office.
WANTED-A PARTNER WITH A SMALL CAPITAL,
In an old-established cash business paying $8,000
per annum; rare chance lor an enn rprising uian. Address
MERCHANT, box 206 Herald offico.
(Jt^nn ~K FARTNER WANTED IN A LUCRATIVE
{ItJUIJ, and respectable cash buslm-m; about six
hours dally; he can realize a good Income. Apply to
THOS. (JAFNNKY, Auctioneer, No. 6 Centre street.
900 ~A PARTNER WANTED, TO TAKE
tPl.^UU, charge of a first class manufacturing
business; none but those having ready capital need ap
ply to N. A R., 33 Keauc ftreet, loft 3.
dbO non -WANTED, A MAN TO TAKE AN INTERest
in well established uiatiiifa"turlng
business, pay in; liberal profits; goods sianle. Inquire at
factory, 10 Doyer street, near Chatham square.
nnn WILL PURCHASE HALF INTEREST
ipU.UUu In an established mercantile business In
Philadelphia, Pa.: declining health the only cause of
selling; two-thirds cash required, balance on time. Address,
H. T. 11., box 2,085 Philadelphia Pa.
<fcOn nnn wanted in special copartneriFOl/.Us"
J ship two yeara?Unencumbered security
In doable the amount and a separate property of the
value ot $100,000 will be given as bonus. Address MAN uFACTUKl-.lt.
box 2,453 New York Post office.
HOU8EH, K.O(>Q.1IS7 &C-, WASTED. "
In this City and Brooklyn.
A?A.?A.-KREF. REGISTRY FORTUOSE DESrRINO
. to rent Houses the ensuing season, at the real estate
office ol PHALOX A SLOAN, No. 11 la,t Seventeenth
street (North L'nioa Square!, near Broadway. Must central
location in the city.
A FURNISHED HOUSE WANTED?FOR A SMALL
tan.lly ot adults, from October 1 to May It must be
ot tienl outside appearance, nicely furnished and in good
neighborhood, not above Thirty-filth street; auswer must
contain terms and location.
T. CROCKER, 139 Centre street
A LADY OF REFINEMENT DESIRES TO MEET A
gentleman of means who would assist her in taking
a tumished House tn the city; would give ltlm choice of
rooms. Address M. 0. 1.., Herald office.
A SMALL FAMILY OF ADULTS DESIRE A PART
J\ ofahou.se in a genteel neighborhood; references
exchanged. Address R., box 4,872 Post office.
Aploor, of four or five rooms, unfurnlshed,
wanted, by a small family; rent must be
nuslcrate and location above Eighth street; good references.
Address A , box 116 station D.
\ suit of three or four neatly furnished
a>trologist. married lady, without encumbrance; tirst
or second floor: location central; terms moderate. Address
H. R , Herald office.
A SMALL FAMILY OF ADULTS, OF UNDOUBTED
social standing and responsibility, wishing to remove
to New York, is desirous of hiring a handsomely furnished
House : would be plensed to board tne owner* of a
real! v first class large house. Address R. K. S., Herald
L'ptuwn Branch office.
House wanted.?a family of refinement
and responsibility four adults) require half u Aral
class house; choice location and unfurnished preferred.
Address T. A. station A.
TWO FIRST CLASS HOUSES WANTED-ON LONO
lease, for family hotel, by responsible partv: must bo
adjoining; between Fourteenth and Forty-filth -arrets,
Foiirni and Sixth avenues, or Filth or Madison avenue;
furnished or uniurnlshed. Address, with full particulars,
box l.Sitt Post office.
\XT ANTED?A FURNISHED I'AKLOR AND BED.
?f room, in a house on the fiat plan; location between
Twenty-third an-l Forty-second street*. Fourth and Sixth
avenue*. Address PRIVATE LUXURY, Herald Uptown
Branch oitice.
TX/ ANTED? IN THE CITY, A HOTEL, DOINO A
f? transient bus ncs*. containing 79 to loo room*, or a
: paying Family H- tel; no old worn out hotel and furniture
need notice the above. Address St Marx's Hotel.
New Brighton, S. I.
\IrANTED?THREE OR FOUR FURNISHED ROOMS
ft tor light housekeeping, below Tw, nty-thtrd street,
city, or Jersey City near terry. Address, with full
particulars, s. T. B., Herald utiiee.
"IIT ANTED?BY OCTOBER 1, A AM A EL UN" FUR.
M ntshod nousc, or Tart of a House, In ihe slxtceuih
ward. Address A. M., box 217 Herald olTlce.
WAXTRn-rNFtrRNISHED SECOND FLOOR. SUITYV
aide lor housekeeping. reb renccs exchanged.
H. >AMX;S, 152 Nassau stieel
TtTANTKI)?TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS, FOB A
tt young married coupla. for light housekeeping ; private
family Dreiorred-. below Twentieth srreet; reutglt
I to |U per mouth. Address A. C., Herald office.
Tlr ANTED? POR A YEAR, OR TERM OF YBARfl, AN
it unfurnished, well finished small ITouse, lor a
small faraiiyt of adult* of the highest respectability . locution
between Twentieth and Eorty-tlrth streets and
Fliili and Eighth aveuues. Address NEW HOUSE, Herald
office.
Iff ANTED?BY A YOUNG MARRIED COUPLR-*
YY tliree Rooms. In a private house, with conven.
lences ruttalde tor housekeeping; up town preferred
Address, with particulars, Mrs. DENMARK. 237 East
Fitty-fltth street (
flTANTED?AN UNFURNISHED FRONT ROOM (FXVV
cept carpet) and Bed'oom. near Twenty-fifth
street and F.igbih avenue. Addrets ft W? box 207 lerald
office.
WANTED?A NICELY FURNISHED ROOM, BBtween
Second and Sixth avenues and Fourteenth
and VTilrty fourth streets, with Breakfast; references I
given end required. Address R. P.. box 121 station A. I
WANTED?A SMALL HOUSB; CENTRAL LOCATION
preferred; price not to exceed SlO.iXM. Address C.
B. 1L, Herald Uptown Branch office.
TVA.NTBD-BY A GENTLEMAN, A NICELY PURVY
nuhed Room In private boose, with all modern
Improvements: central location. Address, stating terms
and accommodations, B. L, Herald office.
\ir ANTED?FURNISHED ROOM, WITH GAS AND
Y V water, convenient, good neighborhood, tor s ludv
who la out at werk all ?y7l? quiet and rneerved: rant
muat be moderate. Addreaa ll. (J., Herald office,
WANTBD-A PART OP A PBITATB HOUSE, OR A
fowl dm Plat, located between Htith and Leiln*
ton avenuee, above Forty ninth atreetirent oot exceedtnarfdO
pa* month. Addrsae * Weat Plrty toarth etreet
TtTANTKD-A SMALL LOFT FOB MANUFACTURING
"f oiothlnx; rant S90U or $;oo par annua. Addreaa
A. V.*, Heraldjifflce.
WANTED TO RENT?A LABOR THRBR STORT
or a medium lonr etory Uooaa, between Twentieth
and Fiftieth atreeta and weet of sixth avenue. Addreaa,
atatlng, rent, location and number of ropme, and all particular*
IJtitANT, Herald Upwtra Breach offlaa.
v ilAl
5RALD, THURSDAY, SEPTJ
unrrtva DAnfMa lrr> w a wiwin I
la this City and Brooklyn.
WANTED?A 80IT 0? BIX ROOM8. SUITABLE rOR '
light hoasaaeening, between Tenth and Twenty- '
third street*, west tide; poeeeteiuo immediately it detired.
Ad dree* COMFOKT\ Lox4.271 Post jltloe. ^
WANTED TO LEABB-A SNAIX STORK ON BROADwav,
west aide, between Fourteenth and Thirtyfourth
streets, suitable tor first class wine and cigar 1
trade. Address WINK AND (JIUABS. Herald Uptown
Branch office,
PIANOFORTE !>7 ORG AX S, <fcC.
A?$200?magnificent 1% octave aqrafkb J
. rosewood overstrung iron frame (Goldsmith* Pianolorte;
Stool, Ac,; carved caae and lega; latest Improvements:
tully guaranteed. '
goldsmith's, 26 Bleeckor street near Bowery.
Attention, pianoforte buyers.-mauni pi- 1
cent 7 oetAvo rosewood Pianoforte, having elegant,
carved lega. very tine tone, Ac.-. only >122, great bar- '
gain tor cash. JAMES GORDON, 127 Bleecker street ]
AREAUTIPULi PIANO, ONLY >100.-A WEBER
Piantorte, 7 octave, round corners, carved legs, cost
>600, for >220. J. B1DDLK, ,
IS Waverley place, near Broadway.
AN BLKOANT 7 OCTAVE ROSEWOOD UPRIGHT
Piano, city make, bargain for cash , first class new <
Pianos, of 7 aud 71* octaves, and several used a little, tor
aale on very reasonable terms, or rented. i
p. mCHULKK, 307 Broome atroat
* N asm IIPPtnUT htvtvuiiv nr. un ?u nmn hi
J\ new, for $560. Apply ut sfttl Sixth avenue, near Fifty-filth
?irert, flrit Hour.
A GRAND PIANO FOIt RENT.-PIANOS AND
Prince k Co. Organs lor *ale or rent.
8. T. GORDON A SON, Mu.slo Publisher*,
13 East Fourteenth street, near Kitth avenue.
AT HAINES BROS.,
27 Union square,
the Haines Piano;
first class In every respect; every Instrument guaranteed
to give satisfaction,
tor sale on verr reasonable terms.
A tew Pianos, which have been used a tittle, but good
as new, at an
exceedingly low price for cash.
Call and examine before purchasing elsewhere.
AMAGNIF1C NT 7W OCTAVE ROSEWOOD PIANO,
lorte, parlor grand, i round corners, used A months,
city nialter, tully guarsneud, cost $1.10, tor$3e0. embroidered
cloth Cover. Stool, Music Maud. Books; Drawing
room suits. Grand Duchess, Marie Aulonlctte styles, cuv
ered Oik brocade; Etageres,Cabinets,Bookcase .Chamber
Dining Furniture, at halt cost; property iamlly leaving
city. 3C West 13lh st, near 3th av,
ANY PERRON ABOUT BUYING AN ABSOLUTELY
new stein way Piano can save $30 by addressing
box 2,303 New York Post office.
- e?
A PARLOR, GRAND SQUARE BRILLIANT TONE,
7l4 octave rosewood Pianotorte, nearly now; cost
BATS, for $213 cash; has box lor shipping; Parlor Suits,
Paintings, Bremen, chamber, library, dining Furniture
a sacrifice. 1U4 tast lwenty-dftli street, near Fourth av.
A LADY WILL SELL FOR $100 HANDSOME ROSEwood
Pianoforte; round corners, iron frame, in perfect
order, guaranteed, including stool; modern style
and improvements. 28 Third street, near Bowery.
A BRILLIANT TONED DOUBLE ROUND 7H Off.
tave Pianoforte, cost $150, for $223; has all improvements
richly carved rosewood case; a beautiflil 7 oc- ,
tave Piano, $l(J0i Call this day private residence 210
West $ist st.
A BRILLIANT TONED 7V OCTAVE ROSEWOOD 1
Pianoiorte, carved legs, lour large round corners,
cost $1,200, for $230; also original Decker Brothers', or
Union i-quare: a bargain tor cash. Call at 12U West 23d
st? between ittli ana 7lh avs. .
{C.A.U 1 ir U Li /-UL/IAYrc HI.IMBWOOU PIANO, $IZ>- .
J j A superb carved lift, overstrung agraffe, great
sacrifice, at manufactory price*: instalment* takeu. ;
R. D A BLR, 107 Weat Twenty-third st. corner sixth a v. 1
PIANOS.?SECOND HAND I'lANOS IN THOROUGH
order, or sundry makers, for sale at low prices; also
Pianos to Rent, by UHiCKEKINU A SONS, No. 11 Fast
Fourteenth street, between Broadway anil Fifth avenue.
OEVKN OCTAVE ROSEWOOD PIANOFORTE, $123.L7
We are retalltnc the best finished and richest toned
Pianofortes manufactured from $225 up. OO-OPKRATIVE
PIANO MAKERS, No. 9 UrealJouos street, near
Broadway. 4
rLET OR SELL-A SUPERIOR ROSEWOOD 7
octave Piano; fine order; $7 per month; would sell
cheap, having no further use for it 241 Eaat I24tli street
CflA PIANOS AND ORGANS, NEW AND SECOND
tM/U hand, of first class makers, will be sold at lower
prices, for cash or instalments, or tor rent In city or
country, by HORACE WATERS & SON. 481 Broadway,
than ever offered before in Now York. Agents wanted
MMICAL.
American conservatory of music,
863 Broadway and 33 Union square.
Branch 43 Montgomery street Jersey City.
For particulars apply to H. SCHKOEOKR, Director. <
AOENTLF.MAN OIVES PRIVATE LESSONS, PIANO, 1
guitar and singing, at Ills own or pupil's residence;
terms reasonable. Address PROKKSSOf;. care Peters'
inuslc store, >99 Broadway. Circulars mailed. ^
AYOUNO LADY WITH A FULL CONTRALTO
voice wlshe^an engagement in a cliurcb. For par- ]
MUMIBCUIJUUD Ul mtfc oeifuiii, (in n CH It
A situation as organist in A roman cattioltc
church it desired bv a lady of practical experi. i
ence, who can stirnlsh satisfactory references. Address
e. uk m.. m West Fifty-iourth ctreet.
A lady pianist and organist qiyrs private
instructs a at her own or pupil's residence ; term*
favorable. Add res.- akhstk, 711 Rroadway, care Dltson's
music store. Circulars mailed tree.
A GENTLEMAN WILL GIVE INSTRUCTION ON
the piunolorte at pupil's residence for $10 per quarter;
best reference given. AdJrese. wlih reaideui-a.
TEACHER, box IA> Herald Uptown Branch office, 1,-ffi
Broadway.
A PURE AND FLEXIBLE SOPRANO. FIRST CLASS
reader, desires a situation in a church In New York
or Brooklyn. Address C. R.. o20 Carlton avenue, Brooklyn,
or call on Signor ERNAM, East Fourteenth
street, New York,
Antonio paravalli, tenor singer from
Italian opera, teaches Piano and Sinrlng at 117
West Twenty-seventh street, near blxtb avenue; terms
moderate. ,
Best piano teachers, best organ teachers,
best violin teachers, beat tlute teachers, best harp
teachers best guitar teachers, best singing teachers.
MUSICAL UNIVERSITY, 92 Clinton place, t all.
C1ARD.-MUSICAL.?MISS WATSON II.AS RESUMED
} Private Musical Instruction at her residence, -ti
Clinton place: Piano, Organ. Guitar, singing; private
rooms and Instruments for practice ; circulars mailed.
Lessons given tv music, singing and lax.
guage*. Address B. A., Herald office.
Tenor soloist wanted?for st. ann's cuubcil
A; ply. irout 9 to 12, at 117 East 10th ah
~ MARBLE MANTBLH.
Aklahkk. SiKAM marble and marrleiz
lug Work*, 131 and 13d East Eighteenth street.?
Marble and Marblclxed Mantels, ruing; Marble Counters.
Monuments at prices that defy competition. Marble
Turning lor the trade j
An assortment of mantels, unsurpassed
lor beauty of do* gn and quality of workmanship.
Slate Work of all kind* a specially
PEN fill Y.N SLATE COMPANY,
Fourth avenue and .-seventeenth str.-ot. Union squaro. j
Aa.?m arble and mahbleized mantels and
Tiling, superior to anything uttered in this city;
Monument*. Headstone*, Marble Counters and Wainscot.
Ing, in f.ne selection* at S. klaber a co.'s Hteum
m uru.r norvi, iv rir.y-Qrsi street, between I
Brotdway and Kighth avenge.
Ijvphkii A bird. steam marble workers. 97 |
to KM EU( Uoustnn street.?M.rtilo Mantels. Floor
Tiling. Counters, Monuments, Church Altars. Fonts.
Ac., Ac.
STEWART'S 8LATK MANTELS, MARBLE AND WOOD 1
Mantels, rich and elegant dertpus, at the lowe-tt 1
priee.c ED and *12 West Twenty-third street, botwecu 1
Seventh ana Eighth avenues. I
DENTISTRY. 1
ABEADTIFUL SET OF TEETH, $S TO $10; SINGLE, 1
$1; warranted; extruding with gas, 50c. : silver All- t
I tips, .sic open Sundays till li 262 Sixth ave one. Re- 1
member, 262. _ i
Absolutely painlkss.-teeth extracted;
tresh gas dally; Combination Sets, extremelv light
and durable; Rubber Sets, $10. 21(1 Sixth avenue, between
Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets. K-,tabli?lieil 24
years. Dr. L. BKKHAKD. ;
Modern dentistry.-dr. r. o. dubkin, late i }
&7i Canal street, now at No. 7 Clinton place (Eighth
streot). Artinclal Teeth on new principle; immovable; i
used as natural teeth; teeth extracted without palu with t
gre or by benumbing process.
33Z HIUUttP? ]
4 1 -STANDARD AMERICAN BEVEL TABLES AND
XX1. the Fhelan A Cohender Combination Cushions,
lor mle only by the patentee, II. W COLLKNDEK. succeesor
to fhelan A CotieiHlnr, Tii Broadway, New York.
\FINK ASSORTMENT OK BILLIaKD TABLES.
new and sccoud huiid, rem $17.1 to $.100. for sale bv
W. fl. UKIFFITU A CO., Uihiaid Tabic Manulacturers,
o Yeeey street
A -A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF NEW AND SECOND
. hand Billiard Tables constantly on hand, at UKtA
V P II K I. A 1 I A .< V ..A
TT*OR BALE?A NBW SX10 CAROM BEVELLED BIL- }
r liard Table, with Bails. Cues and everythliw com- t
pletp; will kU cheap. Apply at bti Fourth avenue,
second floor.
MKI)ICAIr
Attention i?ur. franklin, late of Prussia. h
Consultation tree; private oltlce. l?il Kleecker gt
A-mme. max well, phvbician. rbsidknck
lit East Tenth street, near Thirl avenue.
A-dr. and mmr. orindle, physicians (ii ,J
years' practice*. 120 West Twenty-sixth street. j
A?MADAMR RBBTELU PHY3IOIAN SINCE 1310.
Office, No. 1 East 52d st. first door from 5th av. rJ
Am. mapricbac, m. d.-office m liberty '
. street, near Greenwich street ^
Advi08 FRKR.-dr. A MMR. de8pard. phy _
slciana, 41 Raat Twenty eighth at, near Fourth as "
PONBDLT DR. OR mmr. WBST.-ADVICB FRBB* Kj
office private. H Bleecker street near Broadway
rva. iino'b old established opticr, i? amity (
U st, naar Broadway. Ofltee hours, t a. m. to I P. m. v
Vf MR. TAN BU8KIRK, PHYSICIAN. J54 EAST 4
01 W J
EMBER 11, 1873.-QUADRU
ABtilEME^TS.
Bowery theatre.
WM. B. FRKI.IUH Manager
wednesday evening, September 10. 1sts.
mmense aucceee of the great Sensation Drama, tmitlgd
Marked kor uek.
kxpi.osion ok a cave. __
xailroad dash ino through a forest or
fire.
_ a cataract or real water.
IAIN storm. tkrkipic TABLEAUX
Mr. GEORGE FRANCS aa SKID,
anil the entire company In the cant
Every evening until turther notice.
ORt AT NOVKLTiKS IN PREPARATION.
Will shortly appear? Mies ETTIE HENDERSON. In
;he new Domestic Drama, from the New Yore Weekly,
ta (itled
little sunshine.
fTNION SQUARE THEATRE.
U Proprietor ^???A*pV
7 rd??et4 2tioja5U' 0
, garri^.. *
g GRAND REPRODUCTION
* ot Ih'^fiTV B
THE >*?555 O' ^BlTbHEN.
a with all t<? original Mualc,
Doners and *,t-uCharacter*
?? loimwat?
Luclnda Scrubbs, a lady ^So jk^StB VOKE9 V
F Mary, a houaemald, Mli< viOTORIA VOKKS 0
0 Barbara, a kitchenmairt^ rosiSA yOKES E
8 TlniotheuaGlbbaadoctor'aasslstaa^ yoKKg B
8 Wiggins. a barber, ^ KAWDON VOKES 8
B Preceding which will a fanj. be reproduced
Mr. GhORuA
FAWOETT KOWB'fl
racy sketch, ia thrae acta |(
from Dickens' "David Uopperllold,
entitled.
WILE IN 9 MIUAWHBR.
in which the author will present hia wonder
tul Impel sonation of E
R JUIOAW Hliu.
w Traddles Mr. II. W. MGNTOi>MEKY w
" Betsey Trotwood Mr*. MAKIE WILKINS "
Agnes Minn l.ULU PRIOK
Mrs. Mlcawhur. .. Mi** JOSEPHINE LAURENS
E 8ATL-RD.lV, Sept IS. B
FIRST MATINEE
of
BELLES OF THE KITCHEN
and
MIOAWBKR.
The SECOND comedy SEASON of thla theatre will
commence Tuedray evening, Sept. SO.
UNION Soli ARK THEATRE.
SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT OF THE EMINENT
COMEDIAN,
Mr. GEO ROE FAWCETT ROWE,
who will appear in hi* great original im.?r.*onatlon of
Miuawber (lor a limlieil iiuinbor ot nights; In the Newly
constructed Comic Drama In three act*.
WILKIN* MIi AWBER,
Commencing
Wednesday evening. September 10.
rirOOD'S MUSEUM. ELISE HOLT.
VY CONTINUED SUCCESS.
EVENING AT 8. APTRRNOON AT 2.
TUESDAY, FIRST TIMES
Wedneeday and Thuriday THIS SEASON,
the girted artiste, MR B. EDDY
MtssKLISK HOLT, In Eugene Sue'* Drama of
In her new Drama, THE
DICK, WANDKRINO JEW,
THE CHEVALIER; with ciflclenl ra*t
or, THE FRENCH NEW SOF.NKRY,
JACK SHI PfAKD. COSTUMES. AC.
FRIDAY EVF.N1NG?BENF FIT OF Ml*a KLI8F, HOLT.
DALY'S BROADWAY THEATRE, 728 AND 730
Broadway. Begin* at8.
Sole Lesaee and Manager Mr. AUGUSTIN DALY
LAST WEEK OP
LA FILLE DE~MAL)AME ANQOT,
with
AIM EE AND HEB OREAT OPERA BOUFFB TROUPE.
OiTtTnriiV IT iv oirr.Anv
LAST MATINEE OK
LA FILLE Dl{ MADAME ANOOT.
MONDAY NEXT, SEPTEMBER 18,
FIRST TIME THIS SEASON OF
AIMBK,
In
LA GRANDE DUCHE8SE.
Prices?$1. $1 90 and 82: Family Circle, 90c.
Matinee prices?$1 and $1 50; Family Oirele. 80c.
CQr -THE NKW METROPOLITAN THEATRE.
JOO. BROADWAY, 5S5 BROADWAY,
opposite Metropolitan Hotel.
it. W. BUTLER Manager
CROWDED HOUSES ! EVERYBODY DELIGHTED!
ANOTHER IMMENSE BILL TO NIGHT.
YANKEE LOCKE, A GENUINE LIVE YANKEE,
>oth on and oil tbe stage, will appear in bis drama of
A WIFE FOR A DAY.
It Ell AY, THE DEVIL'S DOCTOR. MKHAY,
HEHAY, THE DEVIL'S DOCTOR. MKHAY,
ihe greatest WIZARD that has ever appeared in thin
country
SAM RICKEY and MASTER BARNEY
in their original sketch of HAD WHISKEY,
ADD HYMAN IN A REGULAR FIX,
MISS BELLE HOWITT. MISS BELLE HO WITT,
Tllh MORNING GLORIES. QUEEN AMI WEST,
AND REGULAR COMPANY EVERY EVENING.
Doors open st 7; curtain rises at 7%.
Notice ?The most extravagant Novelties In active
preparation. See bills.
Grand opera house. (begins h to s.)
Mr. AUGUSTIN DALY... .Sole Lessee and Manager.
THE GREAT LONDON SENSATION,
THE
WANDERING
JEW,
EVERY EVENING AND SATURDAV MATINEE.
I Character* by the powerful dramatic
coini'any, including?
Mr. U. L. POX,
TUB I I). II. HAiiKINS,
FRANK IIAKDENBEKO,
WANDERING I MARIE GORDON,
I MABY ( ARK.
JEW. FANNY HKYWOOD.
W J. JENNINGS,
CUARLKa LLCLEBCQ,
Ac., Ac., Ac.
In Act 3,
The Carnival Fnstivttlna.
Mme Ka i III LANNIER'S Tronpa of
RKAPT1FUL CHILDREN will execute a
new and eccentric
REVEL OF IMPS.
Little FAY TEMPI,ETON will appear a*
"FOLLY," with ?omrs and the FAVORITE
CALIFORNIA QUARTET will appear.
Every night, the Farce of A REGULAR FIX
SATURDAY* NIGHT,
September IS,
THE WANDERING JEW
and
THE ADOPTED CHILD.
[N REHEARSAL, another Powerful SENSATION,
entitled
haunted
HOUSES.
LJ AN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS.
3 UOOLEY'8 OPE It A HOl'SK, BROOKLYN.
linmenM* success Hundreds Turned Away Nightly.
MONDAY, SEPT. !t. AND EVERY EVENING,
AN ENTIRE CHANGE l)K PKOOKAMMK.
TDK OKBAT ORIGINAL AND ONLY
BIHC1I, YVAMHOLD AND BACKUS.
Box Oflice opcu. Seats secured.
f s ALAXY COURSE.
Ur MR. C. E. A. McUKACHY, DIRECTOR.
CHURCH OF THE DISCIPLES,
Madison avenue, corner Forty-fifth street,
p (Rev. Geo. 1L Hepwortti's),
[ BEGINS OCTOBER 7.
i
r
, MISS ANNA E. DICKINSON.
r, REV. HENRY WARD R EEC HER.
, HON. WENDELL PHILLIPS.
; MAJOR GENERAL RANKS.
I JOHN BROUGHAM, ESQ.
I MR. "ELI PERKINS."
J "GRACE GREENWOOD."
REV. GEORGR H. HEPWORTU.
HON. A OAKEY HaLL.
MAJOR GENERAL KILPATRICK.
JOHN G. SAXK, ESQ.
HON. W. 3. ANDREWS,
la mission, 73c. Reserved Seam, 24c. extra.
rickets lor the entire Course
rickets tor the entire Course, Including Reserved Seat, ti
Kor saie at the GALAXY DIRECTORY, No. 4 West
rwcnty-lhtrd street (under Filth Avenue Hotel/ i Bren
ano a. Union square. and ill hroodwav.
QAVHNKORT BROTHERS'
sbancTes,
at
cooper institute,
COMMENCING
WEDNESDAY EVENING. SEPT. 17, 8 O'CLOCK.
admission fioc.. secured seats $1.
kor sale at
hall a sons', idl broadway.
Elocution.-a teacher op the hioijest uksponaihillty
will give I< stone In Elocution durm? "he |
resent month, at unusually low terma. Address
iLOCUTluN, Herald Uptown Braucb office. <
PANQDW AC'APBMilW. ~ ,
4 J. sauhk'8 dancing acai>emiks.-clahse9 ,
at Maontc Hall, 114 and 116 East Thirteenth street,
nil Brevoort Hall. 1.V4 and IM Ka?t Kitty.lourth atreeu
private LESSONS at any hour, day oresening.
circulars at private academy, ill East Eleventh at. j
i -a.-mar8' academy op dancing, w9
V. Kleerker street, reorens for the reception ol upils
September 16. Opening Soiree, Monday evening,
eptember is. tor terms, Ac., aend for circular. 1
pernor's academy ok dancing, lyric hall*
1 Sixth avenue, Koriy*a?con<l street, Keaervoir square.
eop'iu "eptoiuoor ia ncu<t or call lor circular*
,1-ILSON A HAMILTON'S PKI.RCT HANTTNO
IT AciiRni)', Arthur Hall, 31X1 Wont Fourteenth rtreet,
far Eighth avenue.?CIamcs al way* open for beginner*,
or tcruia, Ac,, arixl for circular.
WIKTKg, i.iq,UOK?, A*. ~
~?BAPB WINK? DEALER* AND BAI.OON KKBPJ
en wlahing to make win* can obtain pur# Grape
ulce, either from native or cnltivatcl grape*. by ?d.
reeling EDWARD MAALDKViiaLK, U?uroe, IrWceUl
ountjr, Conn. -
PLE SHEET.
ABTUSaJBtCWTB.
OLYMPIC THEATRE. THOMPSON TROUPB.
AM ENTIRE NEW BILL.
. "attert op novelties.
BOMBSHELL OP EXTRAORDINARY POWER
tor the Uai week, bat one of the engagement of
MISS I. YD LA THOMPSON
And
her mew mammoth company.
the moat compute Burletnue Organization in the world.
THIS EVENING and SATURDAY MATINEE
will be preaented the new edition or the great Oriental
Burlitenue, in two acta, of
81X It AT) TUP. 8AlC7?R.
81NBAD THE RAlLol?
hi Nil AO TUP. h*n..?p
with New Scenery by Me*-. Jotuuon * WllklnA, Oorgeou*
Coatumea ueaigned by Miw Lvdla Tli.nni.30B;
M 11*10*1 Director and premier vlullniat. Am. Witiiarj, Jr.,
end the lollnwtng powrtul cut of character*:?
BIN BAD TUB si I DOR Miss LYD1A THOMPSON
aanttmir.g vartnug dugu|g??, among other* Introducing
her new novelty of the Dancing Quaker* In coniuii.tUon
with Mr n?rrv T*vl..r
All Klhktro. I.Hinder of the Dollar Store.Mr.Willie fcd'nuln
Ha fir,, a young man of the nerio.l ? MIm Oamlil.' DuboU
Setin, another, l?it und rather loose.......MU-.Tilly Karl
The iladil. harper (hit original character).. \T H. rablll
Kohinoor, ocuniptious personage. .Ml-*. Ada Heautnnnt
The Sultan Mi** Aluia S.intun
Other character* by Mltse* Alice Atherten, An.-u-.ta
Stuart, Alice Mauaflela. Madeline Santon. Dora Temple.
Mnsgra. John Brier. John Wray, J antes llarrctt, A. K.
tlillirr. n. A. Crfppt, Ac . Ac. . _
CORPS DK RALLKT AND SUPKRNUMEBAKIE8.
Prominent mature* 01 the performance will be Uie revival
of
NURSERY RHYMES
(first time within three yetirst, and the introduction or
TllK DANCING QUAKERS,
with the
8KAT0RIAI, PHENOMENON.
NIBLO'S TWO MILLIONS BLACK CROOK
IHLO'S OP BLACK CROOK
NIBLO'S PEOPLE BLACK CROOK
NIBLO'S HAVE WITNESSED THIS BLACK CROOK
NIBLO'S GORGEOUS SPECTACLE BLACK CROOK
NIBLO'S AT BLACK CROOK
NIBLO'S NIBLO'S GARDEN BLACK CROOK
NIBLO'S SINCE ITS BLACK CROOK
NIBLO'S FIRST PRODUCTION. BLACK CROOK
NIBLO'S BLACK CROOK
niblo's matt morgan's black crook
NIBLO'S QliAND PICTORIAL BLACK CROOK
NIBLO'S ALLEGORY. BLACK CROOK
NIBLO'S WINE, WOMEN AND WAR. BLACK CROOK
NIBLO'S BLACK CROOK
NIBLO'S THR KTRAPLY TROUPE. BLACK CROOK
NIBLO'S IN 1'IIEIR BLACK OBOOK
NIBLO'S GREAT HUNGARIAN BLACK OKOOK
NIBLO'S DANGER. BLACK CROOK
NIBLO'S BLACK CROOK
MBLO'S THE TWIN SISTERS, BLACK CROOK
NIBLO'S ACKNOWLEDGED BLACK OKOOK
NIBLO'S THE GREATEST BLACK CROOK
NIHL0'8 ACROBATS BLACK CROOK
NIBLO'S IN THE WOULD. BLACK CROOK
NIBLO'S BLACK CIloOK
NIBLO'S THE MADRIGAL BOYS BLACK CROOK
NIHEO'S IN THEIR BLACK CROOK
NIBLO'S SWEET MELODIK& BLACK CROOK
NIBLO'S BLACK CROOK
NIBLO'S REGAMEY, BLACK CROOK
NIBLO'S THE Ol.EAT FRENCH BLACK CROOK
NIBLO'S CARICATURIST. BLACK CROOK
NIBLO'S BLACK CROOK
NIBLO'S E. D. DALIES, BLACK CROOK
NIBLO'S VENTRILOQUIST, BLACK CROOK
NIBLO'S BLAcK CROOK
NIBLO'S A CORES DE BALLET, BLACK CROOK
NIBLO'S CONSISTING OK BLACK CROOK
NIBLO'S TWO HUNDRED BLACK CROOK
NIBLO'S YOUNO LADIES. BLACK CROOK
NIBLO'S BLACK CROOK
NIBLO'S TWO BEST DANCERS BLACK CRoOK
NI Hl.O'J IN THE BLACK CROOK
NIBLO'S ONITKD STATES, BLACK CROOK
MHI.O'S ADELAIDE BOM HI.ACK CROOK
NIBLO'S AND BLACK CROOK
NIBLO'S ADELE C1AVASSL BLACK CROOK
MHI.O'S BLACK OKOOK
NIBLO'S MATINEE BI.ACK CROOK
NIBLO'S SATURDAY. BLACK OKOOK
J^OOTH'S THEATRE. JEFFERSON.
J. B. BOOTn Sole Lewee and Manager.
SECOND WEEK of JOSEPH JEFFERSON.
MONDAY, September A, and everv evening daring the
week (except Saturday nighn,
JOSEPH JEFFERSON
RIP VAN WINKI.K.
JEFFERSON MATINEE on SATURDAY NEXT, at 1:80.
SATURDAY EVENING. September IS, SECOND TIME of
TltE NEW MAGDALEN.
Sent* may be secured, SIX DAYS IN ADVANCE, at the
box ofllce of the tlieutre or it* branch ticket olllce, at the
muaic atorc ot C U. Ditaon A Co., 711 Hroaitway.
MAGGIE MITCHELL, OCTOBER 6, 1873.
Theatre comiuuk,
314 BROADWAY.
Mr. JOSH HART Role Proprietor
Enthusiastic demonstration of delight
Every act applnudcd to an echo.
THE STAR TROUPE UP THE WORLD
in a new and nleuainr bill.
The greatcat ot all cAricaturnta,
Mr. E. D. JUMP.
hakkigan and hart.
the mulligan guards.
Mr. FRANK KERNS and Mr. JOHN WILD
in the UKiPKACH.
THE DISSOLVING STATUE.
Mis* MAUD GRAY.
LTTTLB JENNIE yeamans
in her Character Songa.
Miss ADA WltAY.
Mias JENNIE HUGHES,
Miu KITTY O'NEIL,
Miss KITTY TIL8TON
and a boat of otliera.
To conclude with a new sketch?via.,
BIG INJUN.
MATINKK WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
MONDAY NKHr, SEPTEMBER 13,
an entire change of bill,
and first appearance <>i FIVE NEW STARS,
and a new Drninn.
J^CADEMY OP M0S10?8ALVINI SEASON.
THIS MORNING, at 8 O'CLOCK, will commence
the SALE of SEATS and BOXES tor either of the l-lRSi'
THREE SALVINI NIGHTS, al the BOX OFFICE of tha
ACADEMY only.
SCALE OF PRICES. ,
Reserved seata (I'ar.ju-t and Balcony), $3 and $3 30,
according to location. Boxua. glti, $U and S1U.
KIONOR TOMYTASC) SALVINI,
The Great ltallun Tragedian.
"The tie?t living actor."?Robert browning.
"THE ORE A1 EST OTHELLO THE WORLD HAS
EVER SE-N."?Charlotte Cushman.
TUESDAY EVENING, SEPT. 16, at 8o'clock,
INAUGURATION of the SALVINI Dramatic Season
and DEBUT in AMERICA of
SltlNult TOM MAS" SAl.VINI U
OTHELLO,
in Shakspearc's Tragedy of that name.
Signer .aLEnSANDRo SALVINI a* IAGO.
minora i. riaaion 11 an iikkukmuna.
3ALVIM Nl'iH I S?Tuesdays. Thursdays and Miturdavs.
Academy of music. nilson.
l'Uh. riTltA K1 iSGIl GRAND ITALIAN OI'KUA
AT JTIK ACADEMY OK MUSIC,
will commence on
MONDAY EVENING. .September 29, 1873.
Messrs MAUKICK anil MAX srilAKOSCIl have the
honor to make Known to the natrons of Opera, at the
Academy ol' Music, that the season will commence on
MONDAY bVENING. September 2V. Is7.1.
The company will comprise the following artists
Uadatnu Oil iUSIINK NILSSON
Mile. OSTAVA ToKIUa.N1, her first appearance.
Mile. MAKKSI, her lirst appearance.
Miw ANN IK LOUJSK C\ BY.
Slitnor CAM PANIN1, liis tlral appearunce.
iL VICTOR UAKOCL.
manor HK.NFItATELLI, hie first appearance.
M. MAIJKUL, Ins tirst appearance,
sip nor Iii.j. KUKNI'E, his nrst .1ppc.1r.1nee.
oignor .VaNNKTTI, his tirst appearance.
Aiur.or SCOLAltA.
Musical Director and Conductor ....Slpn ir MUZtO
aUhSOKlPTION EO.l THIRTY MtilllSlAUd.
bOXJiS $20 .AND $75 KKil NIGHT.
The box oOlce now open at the Academy ol Music.
IJUK QUAKU10 BALLOON.
TO TIIE PUBLIC.
The inflation of the great Balloon began at 3 o'clock
yesterday morning under the most favorable auspices.
The process was continued until at 6 o'clock A. M. 125,000
cnblc feet had been forced Into the sack, causing It to
rise to the height of nearly 100 ffeeL Over 200 men were
then employed to hold the balloon In position. At 7
o'clock the wind had freshened, so that, with
all the force U was possible to exert, the bag
could not be kept in place. It forced its way
over the ground and threat ne 1 to tear itself against the
teat Seeing that to coutlnue(tlie intlatlon would inevitably
result in the carrying ?way of the balloon before the
wind, the order waa reluctantly given to let the g.ts out
which was accordingly done by the use of the rip line.
Beyond the tear caused hy the line no damage whatever
has been caused, and now the baloon i* in readiness for
another attempt Piers have been sunk and cable* bent
which will suffice to hold the bag beyond perad venture.
hast night tha Weather Bureau report indicated nnfavorable
weather. The Inflation of the balloon wilt therefore,
be postponed until really good weather Is promised.
The work will then be again commenced and proceeded
with with all despatch. The Nassau a as Company are
very kindly placing their entire facilities at our calL
We hope now to Mart the balloon on Friday, bat as before
stated, all will depend on the state of the weather.
Of one thing the public may be sure?the balloon
will go.
The Balloon aad its Outfit will bo on exhibition to-day.
hrom 9 A. M. to 10 P. M.
rSY PASTOR'S OP&RA BOU.SK, 201 BOWKRY
Newly Decorated, Upholstered, Ac.
WILL til'KN KoR kl!K SEASON
WON DAT, SEPT. IS.
RETURN OF AMERICA'S OWN COMIC VOCALIST
Tony pastor.
an (J M* tamous Variety Company,
after tiik most succksspyl tul'r rtn record.
OPENING NIGHT, MONDAY, SEPT IS,
PIR8T TONY PASTnR MATINEE, TL'KpDAT, SKPT 16.
Lyceum tuhatkf..?opening night n> night.
a choice stage box can be had at
pond's mu8io store, m UNION ,-UUARE.
0rchb8tra rotas may ALSO he obtainbd.
Association hall. pkprp.r a tobik
american literary bureau, Manager.
September li, 17 and 19. at i P. M.
Trot J. H. PEPPBR and Prof. T.~ W. TO BIX.
(of the London Royal Polytcchnle Institution),
III fire threa brilliantly niustrated Leeturee an
tiir magic op liomt and sound,
with now and atartltng experiment*
Re?crved Seat*. It 00, Pur Course, D/'- toneearton CO
cIuma for pit at 701 firoaUiyv> nitft it tb? 11*11 A
15
AUTPWKWiKirrn.
J^KW LYCEUM TI1KATKK,
UU Fechter's, Fourteenth *treet mod Sixth avenue.
W. L. MANSELL Manager
OFENINO NIOHT. THUKHUAf, SF.PTRMBKR U.
(The postponement made necessary bv the elalxjrmtanes*
oi the a Lege setting. Tickets lor Monday (food tor
Tnursdar, and so oil, or the money will t>a remodel
the tickets are presented at the box office oa Monday or
ur. ?/aNSF.LL has the honor to annomice the inauxaration
of the season on the date heretofore mentioned
THE NKW THRAJKK.
"Really the most handsome thestre in New York."?
He -aid.
"Kx.iuiiite in torm and splendid In decoration."'?
Times.
'Kurpa.saes anything ever attempted here before."?
World.
""no of tKa rn/v?? linnnlllnl nUoaa nf Omn?y?m??nt rtfl fhA
Continent"? llx.>ress. .
"Most sumpttK as, luxurious and elegant. ?Telegram.
"Without exception the most elegant theatre in tno
city."?Commercial ? ,.
''ra*te and enterprise displayed on all sides. ?Mail.
"Simply gorgeous and in admirable taste,ir.
Mr. Manxdl feels warranted in offering the assurance
that the quality oi the representations will bo worthy tha
magnificence ol the house. It lias be"U said, with mucn
Minifies* and cnnttdence, that "tue Inauguration of tho
n-w and magnificent Lyceum Theatre will afford the
FIRST OPPORTUNITY KoK GENUINE CRITICISM
from an art standard, this season." It is Mr. Msnsell'a
authition to show tltat the enterprise uotv roierred ut deserves
such com nendatian. _ ....
THURSDAY. A.N'U DURING TIIK WEEK, IIALLIDAY'R
NOTRE DARK,
a Romantic and Spectacular Drama, In three acta, commended
for prod it..--on at the New I.ycemn by a
RUN Of 300 NIGHTS IN LONDON.
TDK OAS T.
Quasimodo, lite Bell Ringer ol Notre Dante,
?fr. T. C. King
Ills original character and first anuearauce In America.!
Claude Krollo, Archdeacon oT Notre Dame,
Mr. Charles Whcatletgh
Captain Phoebus, of tho King's Archers.
Mr. Henry Daltoi*
(His first appearance in the United State.,.)
Jehaa Frullo. a Student Mr. Qrevtilo
(His tirat appearance.;
Grlngoire, a Poet Mr. Sol Smith
Clopm. H?e Gypsy King . Mr. Dan Leeaoa
(Ills first appearance hero in fourteen years.)
Esmeralda, a Gypsy Girl......... Miss Jeffreys Lewia
(Her first appearance in the Uuued states.)
Mine. Gnndelaurier J, ,, carhart
Kleur de L/s, her daughter ... Miss Henderson
(rier first afipcarauce in the United NUtes.)
/Iits4nla ? hoaI rt j,i MltJ I ,ra WlfiPfi
tHer first appearance In America.)
Ninette, a waiting ma id Misa Egertoa
FULL CHORUS AND COUPS DU BALLET.
THE PC AY.
ACT I?Snctta L ? Public Garden In Parla. "Danae dea
Pollen" and "Carntvul of Pools." Scki*? 4?Claud#
Proilo'a Cell. Sca.t* 3. ? The Ooar ties Miracles. Cborua
of Zingari and Bacchanalian Dunce.
At. I II?Seas* 1.-Cell In the Palais de Justice. Scatta
i?Courtyard oi the Palais. Sctcx* A ?
uno tkk 1)amr."
"Miserere" and Uraud Medtieval Pageant The Catbe
dral Besieged.
ACT III?ScK.va 1.?Cloistersof tlie Cathedral. Scaaal^old
part3, bt momt.
Th? Death Struggle in the Tower ol Notre Dame.
Bo* offloe now open.
yyAL. LACK'S.
ENTIRE CHANGE OP ATTRACTION.
Engagement of the popular Comedian,
SHKIL HARRY,
and production of Bnucicauli's iiniina of the
COLLEKN haws,
la which Mr. BARKY will appear in hi* great part of
MILES Na COPPALiSE.V,
supported by
A POWERFUL CAST.
ENTIRELY NEW SCENERY AND MECHANICAL
EFFECTS.
SATURDAY ONLY COLLKEN BAWN MATINEE.
In preparation, a new local Drama
Mr. CH AK1.KA OAYLOR,
entitled
DUST AND DIAMONDS.
WALLACE'S.
OPENING
of the
FALL AND WINTER SEASON.
The ladies and gentlemen engaged at tine theatre arw
requested to meet on the stage at U o'clock ou Thursday,
September 1,1 Rehearsal tor the opening plays will tak*
place on the l olio wing aay. john iuLhkkt,
Acting Manager.
C1KNTRAL PARK GARDEN.?THEODORE THOMAS.
J THEODORE THOMAS'
ituDTVii tun JI1UULU NlilllTS' nngCERTS
Programme tor thin (Thursday) evening. Sept II, at*.
Hungarian March...., Schubert
Trots Dansas Allemandes. op. 24 Burgle!
1. Introduction Loendier. i Mcnuet. 3. BpringUn*.
Latvheito, lor clarionet and string orchestra Mozart
Overture, Lcnnore No. 3. Beethoven
Serenade, In tour canons, op. 43, new .Jadassohn
i. Introduction?Marcta giocosa. 2. Menuetto. 3. Adagletto?
Intermezzo. 4. Finale.
Second Part (Oretcbcn), Faust Sympnonv ((Joethe)..Liszt
Dor But dcr walhueren Wagner
Overture, Dame Kobold .Kan
Pizzicato Polka Strauss
Waltz, Vienna Temper, new Strauss
March, En Kvsnt ? .Oangl
Admission, 75c. Package tickets not admitted Thursday
a veilings.
TERRACE HARDEN THEATRE.
FRIDAY, September 12, bv general request,
DKK FBEIRCTIUETE.
Mine. Lichtmay. Mr llabelmann, Mr. Lehman*. Miss
WasMiisnn, Mr Welnlcch.
FULL CHOttUS AND ORCHESTRA.
Admission 50c. Reserved, 25c. extra.
BRYANT'S MINSTRELS.?TWENTY-THIRD STREKT.
between sixth and Seventh avenues, near Booth's
Theatre,
BRILLIANT RE-OPENINO. CROWDED HOUSES.
First appearance since his return from Europe of
DAN BKYANT.
Will appear in a new character s-ene,
OLD BLACK JOE I
IMMENSE SUCCESS OF THE EXCELSIOR TROUPI^
Messrs Unsworth, Eugene, Bob Hart. Nelse sevmour,
Dave Reed, Harrv Ntauwood, Con Murphy, Brockway,
Morrlssv, Emerson, and
BRYANT'S VOCALIST8_AND ORA.VD ORCHESTRA.
Two hour*' nin. Mryiuit'a. All new act*.
! Commence* si eight o'clock. Soul* secured.
' ROBINSON IIALL. SIXTEENTH STREET,
it THREE HOOKS WEST OK BROADWAY.
EVERY DAY AT 3. RVENINO AT S
UNIVERSAL PRAISE. UNIVERSAL PRAISE,
ANU A PRONOUNCED SUCCESS OK
THE ROYAL MARIONETTES,
In their woudertul antics of
THE FANTOCCINI,
ORIGINAL CHRISTY MINSTRELS,
concluding with the Kalrv Pantomime of
LIITLB KKi) RIDING HOOD,
with grand ecenlc display.
TRANSFORMATION SCENE,
NEPTUNE'S KLIGHT TO THE ENCHANTED ISLE.
Scale of price.*?Ueeerved ?ofu* In parterre. $1; reserved
clialra. Tic.; general admission, 50c. ( children it
ways hall price.
^MERICAN INSTITUTE.
FORTY-SECOND
EXHIBITION
IS NOW OPEN.
AMERICAN INSTITUTE HALL,
ID AND 3D AVENUES, KID AND 54TH STREKTSL
Grander Display of Novelties than Ever Before.
CONCERTS AFTERNOON AND EVENINO.
ADMISSION 30c. CHILDREN HALF PRICK.
OLE BULL ORAVD AMATI VIOLINS; GOLD MEDAL
Guitars; ole l.ull Strings, 30c. each; Pianos tailed |
n struinciit* repaired , Music lor parties.
yf atm >N'S Mu.H' iil Agency, 9J Clinton place.
TUK PI LOR IM?MAIN HALL, GREAT J0NK9
street, between Broadway and Bowery. Every
Evening at A Wedn-sdav and Saturday Matinee at 2Jd
P. M. Flttv PaintiniM valued at $11X1,000, tableaux.
Music, Lectures, 4c., Ac.
New yokk museum op anatomy gis broadwav,
between Houston and Bleecker streets.? Kverjr
one should vi?lt the woudertul museum i It Is fullofevervtliitut
pooi.le should see and understand. Lectures daily
oil "the Philosophy i>l Marriaite." Those parties unable
to attend these Important lectures can nave them forwarded,
no<t free, on receipt 01 25 cents, by addreaslnr
SECRETARY NEW YOUK MUSEUM OP ANATOMY. 6lS
Broadway, New York.
TREMOR'S I.YRI0 HALL,
sixth avenue. Forty-second street Reservoir square.
Lyric Hall u heautifuilv located and easily accessible
from all parts of the eltv. and i? now the
only first olajj* b tllroom up town.
All the rooms are SPLENDIDLY FURNISHED, ARTIsTICALLY
FRKSCOKIl and richly embellished With
Immense mirrors and oiwtly oil paiuungs.
A ieautliul ST.tOE, with SCENERY when required.
Rant per night %NL Hoonu open day and evening.
T\R. KAITN'9 ORAND MUSEUM AND POLYTECHNIC
if Institute?Rebuilt, remodelled, and with 8,OOU treah
alirai lions, now open to the public, at <M8 Broadway,
nearly opposite the Oraud Central Hot* I. Model" of everv
portion of the human frame, breathing Mechanical
Figures. Ac .Ac., altogether comprising the moat entertaining
and Instructive exhibition in the world. Admission,
Joe. eclauOnc lectures daily ; free to visitor*
Palette.
SUMMER JtlOHT* FBSTTVAL
at Terrace Harden, Pltty-elghth street, near Third avenue,
.Thur-day, September 11, at 8 p. M. Tickets at $2
(payable at the entrance), admitting gentleman and laaiem
may be obtained of members.
MRS. JOHN DRBW'8 ARCH 8TRERT THEATRE,
PhllsdelDhts, Pa.?The ladles and gentlemen engaged
lor the ensuing veaeon will please report at the
tneatre, on Monday morning, September 15, preparatory
u> opening ou .noun ay, Mpicmixr a.
MORTON, Stage Manager.
Authors aoenct, eis broadway, new tors.-,
Ouly agency in America devoted to the tnterestaaf
all playwrights- headquarters for best M8. plays and all
thru;ileal writinc , manager* atari and drat class artiste
furnished with superior special attractions.
JOIIN tlmpleton, Secretary.
Boxing and pkncino tauoht by professor
van 9lykk, at 925 Broad way.
CYHARLBS H. PORTER
) at home.
Spiritual Medium. 19 West Twenty-second street
(yard. ? I'll IV A TK Mt'SIC LESSONS, PIANO, V!t>
J Un, Organ, Guitar. Flute, Coruet, Zither, Harp, Sin
tng, Harmony. 9J Clinton place. Day and evening. C.?
cuiars mailed ttee. J. JAY WaTSON, Director1^
Banjo and guitar taught perfectly in
a single quarter, by RRNKY C. DOBrON, Ml Fottrila
avenue, .-ong and Daiice. Jig and Ciog Dancing for the
stage, byJ"HN FULLER,
WKTROPOLITAN
^ thratbIcxl and
SHOW PRINTING
ESTABLISHMENT,
HRRALLT BUILDIMO,
broadwat AnFaWII STREfct
a la rob assortment of theatrical,
ZNSTUEL amd farTBTt cuts constantly
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