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THiAfBit: l * X Broadway aad 28th ?t. proprietor and Maaaror Mr. AtTOCSTIN DALY TO-NIGHT AMD BYKRY NIGHT AT K to S. PRODUCTION Of Mr. AUUL'STl.N DALY Hi , MEW SPECTACULAR COMEDY, l ii vrrrr ekeem l ii r k l ii rrr- eeb l it r ts LLLLL II r BBKBB U A COMEDY Of CITY TYPE8 ! IN FOUR PRASES ABD A UUMP.SK AT KAIKYLAKD I MK. CIlAKLErt F. OOUHLAN. mr. JOHN BROUGHAM, CHARLES PISH KR; JAMES LEWLS,'WM.'DAVIDGB, PARKER, BAKKYMOKB. HIMli, BENNETT. MISS AMY KAWSITT. SYDNEY COWBLL, EMILY RTOL, OEOKOIE drew. MRS. GILBERT. MAHY WELLS, AND ELSIE MOORE la tha iCOMADY And Id the ENCHANTING SNOW BALLBT. Designed and arranged b/ MLLR. SOHLKE. The dlatin5uiebed pruinieree, ILIjK. BONFANTI and MLLB. SOHLKE will appear, aidad by a complete CORPS OB BALLET, Matinee of "LIFE" Saturday. "Varlely'a tba apice of 'LIFE' that rlcea U all tta pleaaure."?COWPKK. "Plunra boldly lato [he thick of LIFB and aalia it wherefarou will'tla iniareatinc."?OOBTilB. BOOTH'S THBATRB. OVBR BEFORE 11 O'CLOCK. JARKBTT Jt PALMBR Laeeaai and Uaaagara *e*No free liat at Booth'a Theatre. SEVENTH WHEK OF THB TRIUMPHANT production of LORD BYRON'S EXQUI8rTK. ROMANTIC PLAY. sauoanapaLus. THB OLOR* OF TUB HTAOR I" which baa already been wliueased bv near ONE 1IUNDKHD THOUSAND DELIGHTED PEOPLE, and le giern with martellona featurea, unparalleled aplendor and lulroducoa lbVlNB8T BALLET EVER SEEN IN AMERICA. A powerful caat, includinc Mr. F. C. BANDS ae SARD A NAP A I.l'S AGNES BOOTH ...at, MYRUUA SUPERB bTAUE EFFECTS. ACT L I ACT IL THB BOYAL PALACE | Introdactlon ofthe GRAND trom the banka of tba Tigrla? J ITALIAN BaLLET and wonSplendid raallatle acene? . derful atage grouping In the THR TTOKIS BY MOON. SUMlf KR PAL Ai:E nr R A R. LIGHT ?di1 DEPARTURE OF K A III) AN A FALL'S' DAN A FALL'S. ROYAL BAKOE. ACT III. ACT IV. THE FEAST OF SAR DANAPALUS IN TUK IMMOLATION OF BARIIALL OK NIMUOD. In this acane occurs the startling DANAPALUS uul vho effect cf the disturbance of ?the orgies by ft TEK1UP1C GREBE SLAVE? Burning turiu. accompanied by crash Ing and rumblingT11 UNDER of the Palace?Rising of the and vivlJ flashes of LIGHT NINO, the mull wondarful Tableau Curtain upon Teland impressive stage ropre- bin'a magnificent painting. Mutations ever glveu. THE KUINs OF NINEVEH. Oftbo GRAND ITALIAN BALLET. 68 In number, are the renowned Mile. BAKToLETTI, premiere dauseuse assolutaofiho Grand Ouera, l'aria, and Slg. MAsOAONO, ot the San Carlo, Naploi, and Scala. Milan. MATINEE EVERY SATURDAY, AT 1?. ACADKM V OF MUSIC. HUE PALMIER! NOTICE.?The tale of teats commences THIS DAY (THURSDAY), at U A. M . September 28. Fir-t night of the STKAKOSCH GRAND ITALIAN OPERA, MONDAY EVENING. October 2, at 8 o'clock. NORMA. Mir.e. MARIA PALM1F.UI, Lrima donna of the Theatre San Carlo Naples, and La cala, Milan, will made ber debut la New York In her great ro|p or NORMA. Mile. Persian! (first appearance in New York) Adalgiaa rmitgr rnuuicii uirsv uppearancu iu.ihw I oraj ... .xoinune Mr. (.'only (first appearance in Italian operaj Ornvaso Mimical Director and Conductor 8. BE1IKENS TUESDAY Evening, October 3?Firat appearauce tbii ichsou of Mile. AXNADE BKLOCCA aa Arsaee in SKMIRAMIDE. WEDNESDAY Evening, October 4?First appearance this teaeon ot Signer HRIGNOLI ai Ferrando In LA FAVORITA. THURSDAY Evening, October&-IL THOVATOKK. FRIDAY Evening, October H?FIFTH'OPERA XIOHT. SATURDAY, October 7-UALA BKLOOOA MATINEE. POPULAR PRICKS?Admission. $1; Reserved Seati, 10 cents end Si extra, according to location : admission to Family Cimle, r.o cents; Reserved, r>u cents extra. The ale of seats will commence, for either of the above perlorm inee*, this day (Thursday, September 28), aid A. M., at the box office of the ACaDEMY OF MUSIC. WALL ACE'S. FRIDAY EVENING, September 29, BENEFIT OF MR. W. J. FL0REN08 and LAST NIGHT BUT ONE of the MIGHTY DOLLAR. WALLACE'S. SATUltDAY, SEPTEMBER .30 LAST MIGHTY DOLLAR MATINEE aud LAST APPEARANCE BUT ONB or MR. and MRS. W. J. FLORENCE. TilEAIRE PARTIES. IN VISITING W.ALLACK'S Theatre on the oeeesion of Mr. Florence'* benefit, Friday, September 29, may order their carriages for 10:30l pARK THEATRE. ' GENUINE SUCCESS of TI1B NKW AMERICAN PLAT, accessor to the "Mighty Dollar" and "Glided Age," CLOUDS I V UUU W.I I which will be presented every evening at 8 (Saturday Matinee at 2), with it? splendid cast and beautiful scenery. iik at uk com lylth,_514 broadway. II AKKIUAN A II ART Proprietor! m. w. han I.KY. .. Mauager TUB PINACLB OK POPULARITY. Continued success ol Edward Harrldau a DOWN BROADWAY; OK. THE GALLANT BOTH, In wliich IIAKKIOAN A II ART, Billy Barry. Billy Uray, Billy Curler, Larry Tooley, and all the company appear. l irat nppearauce of America's greatuit Motto Singer. Mr. PRANK LEWIS. Italian Ballet Master. Reappearance of ilie p ipular lavorilu* yllLTER and OOLDKICH. JOHNSON and BRUNO in new original specialties. Billy Barrv'i INTERNATIONAL RIFLE MATCH. WEDNESDAY AND BATUKDAY MATINEE. WOOD S MUSEUM. WOOD'S' THIS DAY. Matinee at 2. Evening at 8. ArimisOuu 15 cents. Admiaaiuu 20 rente. SOPHIE MILLS In E. T. STETSON In MABEL DRAKE. NECK AJfD NECK. THE MOST WONDF.RFUI, MAN OFTHB DAT. LE COMMANDECR CAZENEUVE, kurnuraeit by the European pren THE EMPEROR OF PREsTIDIOITATKURS, and the Preitldigitateur of Emperor., will uialce Ida Or.t appearance in America AT CHICKl.RlNli IIALL, SATURDAY EVKKINO, SEPT. 30, at 8 o'clock. Popular prices. Admieaion. Including reserved i?at?.$l, 75 and OOeente. ilcket oiuee uow opeu at 8CIJUBKBTU A CO.'8, 23 CTliioo square. MEKVIANIA THEATRE. UTAD. MeUEKDOKKK Director THURSDAY, SKPTKMUEK 28, ADELAIDE. Play in 1 act. by Mueller. HEINR1CH HEINE, Comedy, in three actc, by Mela, Box office open from 8 till 4 o'clock. Tony pastor's mew theatre! ~ No.. .>85 and 587 Broadway, directly oppo.lte Metropolitan Hotel. GRAND ANNUAL REOPENING, <8> <$> I MONDAY. OCTOHER 2. I | MATINEES TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, I 4 nritb the largest, best and moat celebrated Company of Vaudeville Stars over engaged under oue management at the aame time. T OUS WILLIAMS. 7 7 HARRY KEEN ELL, I The Big 4, I&TbIkT 1/cnter Allen, Smith and Waldron. llairis nnd Cairoll, Mis* Jennie Enirle, Mite Marie Whltltugham, Msetsr Newman, Crusaley and Klder, Karl Llnd, Caarley Worley, Prank lilrard. Kits Badia Deshon. Ml** Jennie Sattetloei ^ TONY PASTOR. ? tnd full Dramatic Company and his sntfre star alllaaea. Box ollice now open SAN KKA.Nctst.'O MINSTRELS I OI'ERA HOUSE, AN FKANCI8CO MINST ELS. | Broadway and ^Oth *C HAN FRaNCISI'M MINSTRELS. . The Minatral I'alace. HAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS. The Minstrel I'alaoa. 8AN FXANCLsCo MINSTRELS. | The Min.trel Palace. ? SIDE-SPLITTING JUKKS. <t> & .1 Birch, I uLGKiOUa .NINGINO. Thirty I Wamlxtld, I COMIC DANCES. Brilliant Backus KKCKIVhD WITH Aitist*. K> /. > SCKKAMS NIGHTLY. <$> TOR FUNNIEST KN TliltTA INDENT IN THE CITY. MATINEES SATURDAY AT 2. SEATS SECURED. STKjNWAY HALL THOMAS. The puUie I* respectfully informed that THEODORE THOMAS Will glee a aeries of GRAND AND POPULAR CONCERTS. WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 4. AT a FIRST lilt AND CONCERT. The following arttat* will appear during the series J? Principal Solo Vocalists, visa HENRIETTA It EEII fa. Soprano Miss ANNA DItAsDIL, Contralto. MIm ANTONIA HKNNh. Contralto. Mr. II. A. BISCHOFF. Tenor. Mr. FRAN/. REMMEKTZ. Baritone. Mr. MYRON W. WHITNEY. Ilasao. Principal Instrnmontal Soloists. Mr. S.E. JACOHSOflN, Violin, and THRO. THOMAS' UNRIVALLED OltCHKSTKA. Admiiilon ticket* One Dollar caeb. Reserved Seat* Fifty Cenl> extra. The sale of reserved *eat? will commence on Saturday Horning at tbe tu.x nfllce of stelnway llall, at O. Vchirmer'*, 7DI Broadway ; and at the Ueneral Theatre Ticket oBioe, Mo. Ill Broadway. SECOND WEEK AND liREAT SUCCESS OF JOHN II. MURRAY'S GRAND CIRCUS, foot of llouiton it., Eaat River. ParCormaaca every afternoon and eveniug by the Urgent and best cirru* company in tbe world. A <? ADMISSION ONLY 25 CENTS. 4> ?<? J^MhiRICAN 1NSTITUTK. 44TH ANNUAL EXHIBITION Or THE GREAT INTENTIONS OK TIIE YEAR. An nniMial display ol AMERICAN INVENTIONS AND AMKRIAN PRODUCTS, Now to b* ?*en. UPWARD OF 4UU VARIETIES OP KRUIT. 2d aftd .'M ntn., between B3d and fldth it*. LYCB M THEATRE. AIMEK MATINEE. Saturday atturnoon. at 1 :SO. only timo at Matinaa ol AIMEK in GIliOFLK GlItOKLA. Admiasion, OUc. Ileierv. d mat*, fate, extra. AROYLK ROOMS. AltOYLK ROOMS. toll AV. AND 30T1I ST. BRILLIANT IKitl'SiOliOKEAX E.N I KKTaINMENT. ONLY PLACE uK AMUSEMENT Or THE KIND IN TilK CITY. OI'K.N EVERY NIGHT. COMMENCING Al' U O'CLOCK. E.N IRAWCE ON H0TI1 ST. 'OOCIETY SOCIABLES." "SECOND SEASON." Q Every Saturday anil Wednesday evening, Ferrato'a Assembly ltouin*. Tammany Building, Eaat ldah it CARTIeR A CO.. Manavem NEW TOR] AMCIBMBRT*. Oakdeii.T CHARLES B. ARNOLD Lcia?? aad VtB><rr BKN8KN SHERWOOD Director Tk? rucceu of the Maton? BABA. Tim? Tabl*. O'Clock. ORIGINAL OVERTURE. "BABA" (Maraiiak) K:oO PU'iLUUl'K .. 8:06 THE RAIRT TABLEAU Bill EIRST ACT 8:8 > AMORBT AND HAMA S TOPICAL DUET 8 iO GRAND BALLET. "LA SULTANA" 8 44 TUB rRBMIRRF.S. MLLEs. MINZhLU 8:'>0 TUB TRANSPARENT BATH 8:SS TilR PRISON 8KH BABAS SONG P.OS THE TRIO B:IO THE SILVER. OOLD AND EEERALD GROTTOS 8:3* ui i i L"v ?i yg iuaiiuu niioi van ti.ui THE MINZKLLlS '.'.'.'.'.'.'.I 9*5 SECOND ACT. THE FIELD OF MUSHROOMS 9:50 TDK O Kit AT ORIENTAL AMAZON MARCH U A3 AMORET'F TRi) UK A DOCK'S SONU tUOi THK MARVELLOUS TRANSFORMATION OF THR SIMP ON OPEN SEA TO THE FAlKY PALACE, INVENTED BY MR. BBNSKN SHERWOOD I0:J3 UIIRD ACT. THK CRUMBL1NO PALACE 10:35 QUINTETTE .77. 10:4<J FINALE 10:58 GRAND TRANSHUl RATION SCENE (tnventod by BenMii Sherwood mid W. E. Dorernu) THE REVELS OF THK ROSES 11 .-00 CURTAIN. EVEBY EVENING UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. BOX OFFICE OPEN DAILY. SECOND "BABA" MATINEE SATURDAY, AT 1:30 Eaole Theatre! * Broadway ana 33d it. Mr. JOSH HART Proprietor and Man?K*r Ptrat appearance ul'the Ureal Comedian MR. DEN THOMPSON, In bia original character. Joeh Whilcomb. MISS JENNIE HUGHES. th very talented Irish Sketch Artiat. .MESSRS. MURPHY AND MO ETON. Richmond's New and Laughable Sketch, entitled SIT! INi. HUI-L. THE BURLESQUE III KLB TEAM. The entire compauy appear In Mr. lien Thoiuptou'e Bl'RLETTA OS FUN, JOSHUA WIIITCbMB. The Beauclcrc Sinter*. Kate Caitletnu, Marion FLke, Maud Braineromhe. Maggie WiHout ML* Jobn?on Wild, Richmond, Forteacue, Room y. Reed, Sheldon, Bradley and fifty others appear ni,fitly and MaTINKXS Wednesday and saturday. BltOOKLYN THKATRE. SHOOK A PALMER Manager* EVERY KVKN1NU. SATURDAY MATIN EE. The celebrated Artlfte, Mr*. tl. C. HOW ARD, in her great Impcrionatlou of TOI'SF.Y, In Mrs. Harriet Beecher-Slowe* aubliino work, UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. The Georgia Jubilee Singer*iu their charming Melodic* of the Southern cotton Held*. New and appropriate Scenery, Ac., Ac. Next weca, Oatos' Comic Opera. PARISIAN VARIETIES, i EVERY EVEN I NO AT B. ARISIAN VARIETIES. MATINKE TUESDAY, 16th ?t. and Broadway. i Thuraday and Saturday at 2. Too ^ "t RAREST, f f lit *? STAR I | FUNNIEST, I NEW | ARTISTS. I I LIVELIEST. | I ACTS. | ? ?? <?> 4b rb*? fountain of original sensations. <j> <4> <?> I Startling. 1 GENTLEMEN'S | Fronchy, T Bxtiilarating, I BON ION I Spicy. Captivating. RESORT. ^ l'iquant. ^ inCODEMUS nob lis' ' JACK BEASLEY, | A LA BURNT CORK. LIVING PICTURES. THOMPSON STREET CADETS. THE ENCUANTINU PARISIAN FOLLV, # * | CRINOLINE VERSUS BREECHES, oh WHO SHALL IIAVB TURKEY f S> <$> A holt of rich specialties | An urmjr of artists. Pleasure seekers' huina. i Envv ot wrak imitator*. t'tHK EVENING UILL AT TUk.f' / I MATINEE THIS 1)AY AT 2. ) YCliUM THE ATK E. ~ 14 T ft ST. AN I) AT II AV" AIMKK'S LAST NIGHT hut two nnd MATINEE. To-night only time of OUuuhacb a moit popular work, LA 1'KKICHOLK. AIM EE (only time) as LA KKRICHOLE. Friday, LA FILLE HE MMK. ANOOT. Saturday afternoon only Aiiuuo Matinee. ONLY MATINEE OK OIROKLE-OIKOFLA. Matinee Prices. Admission, WV. Reserved oili ,'KJo. extra. Saturday eveuing, La T1M1IALE D'AKGKNT. Monday evening October 2, Aiuiee in Philadelphia. IMEK 1MA TI .N E K, L Y OK KM THE AT Kit, S ATU It DAY, when the price* will be ai follows:? Admission to all parts of the hooeo 5(1* Reserved seats. 50c. extra SATURDAY, at 1:30, only AIMKE MATINEE, and last time here. A1MKK as OIROFLE-OIROFLA A NEA DEPARTURE IN M ATI NEK PRICES. Admission, 60c. Reserved seats, 60c. extra. ALLACK'a THE FLORENCES. LAST NIUhTS LAST NIGHTS LAST NIGHTS LAST NIGHTS of the engagement of Mr. and Mm W. J. FLORENCE, which is without precedent, having extended over a period of eighteen consecutive weeks, and only terminates now in couseduouce of the opening of Mr. WALLACE'S regular season. THURSDAY, FRIDAY slid SATURDAY EVENINGS. Also SATURDAY MATINEE will bo given the Last Four Representations of Wolfs Successful Couicdv of the MIGHTY DOLLAR with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. FLORENCE In tholr wonderful Creations of J udgofSlola and MmGonarnl unnory, FKIDAY EVENING. September ->9th. BENEFIT OF Mr. W. /. FLORENCE The regulsr season will cnmraenca Thursday a vaning, October 3d. with a new Comedy entitled FORBIDDEN FUCIT. ALLACK'8. EXTRA. In comtuouclng the opening of the FALL AND WINTER SEASON, ON TUESDAY. OCTOBER 3, Mr. WALLACE begs to draw uoti^F to the production of A NEW COMEDY, , tn three acts, entitled FORBIDDEN FRUIT, the principal characters in which , will be performed by Mr. H. J. MONTAGUE. Mr. HARRY BECKETT. Mr. E. AKNOrr. Mr. SHANNON. Mr. HERBERT, Mr. EDWIN. Miss ADA DYAS, Miss EFKIB UERMON, Mine. FON1SI and Miss BLAISDBLL. The play will be produced with most complete and perfoct accessorise ? SCENERY AND APPOINTMENTS, which will be ENTIRELY NEW. Due notice will be givcu ol the llrst appearance of Mr. JOHN GILBERT. Mr. 0. A. H I EN K KNSON, Mra. JOHN SEFI'ON aud Mist JOSEPHINE BAKER. BOX Oh KICK OPEN FROM 8 A. M. TO 4 P. M. R. FLORENCE bees to anuouueo to the dtlsens o> New York and playpours generally that FKIDAY EVENING, September is set apart for his BENEFIT at Wallack's Theatre, whan U'? MIGHTY DOLLAR will DO preaentou lor me --win nmii in inn cnj, in? occiliunbelUK THK LAST NIGHT BUT ONE of tbe moot aueceulul engagement of thn CENTENNIAL YEAR. Mr*. FLORENCE will appear la bar artlstie creation as In. General Gllllory. Head for lha lien'tit may be eecared at the box office of the theatre and at the leading hotel*. BOWbUYTU K AT K E. A GRAND DOUBLE BILL. Mr HELVIL KVAN in the KLVI.SU SCUD. Alio the two act Sensation Drama of the WKh.CK.KK OK NORWAY elly a leon s m t n8tkkls, i, . . blll kelly a lho.s's minstrels. ( "3u ?* *dd e,l> " T Edwin KeliTTt "'ndUlc'nt " tjTW^mTa^TT^T | John Allen, [ Udwln Le.t.u ^ "The Glory of the Mlmtral Stage." Great ricceaa ol Great tuccesi Kill DAN O'PALLAS. The Snow Shoeellere' Hallet. The Black Amaron*. DESTRUCTION OK NINEVEH AND SIXTH AVENUE. ^Johnny Morton, f ^S}" '/.J?"* fj. II. Hurrld*#.? jj.p.ueae Tommy. ^ Made llappy kh. Only LeSn. | N"ew yokk cesTenmal ~ loan exhibition. NATIONAL ACADEMY OK DEMON AND THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OK ART. NOW OPEN BOTH DAY AND i.VBNINO. A~TMKK MATINEE. GIBOKITE G1KOKLA. LYCEUM THEATitK. Hatnrda^ atterno.ni. at 1 dJO. Last time in New York of OI KOKLK-<Jf KOKLA. Admiaiiou do all paria of the lioune) 50e. Karereed aeata 5Uc. extra nPMB NEW YORK PlQARa No. 2 out to-day. a biUllaut number, with eontrlDatione from the beet writer* of the day. Illuatratcd by Jo*. Kepler and o the re. Price, 5e. Kor >alo every where. C"tiiatkaitmabille varieties, J;t4th at. and S<l ar. Kveninx at A. Matinee* l oeiday, Tlmraday and Saturday, at NEW AND SPICY PROGRAMME. fllGlIT NEW STARS. A WORLD'S CONGRESS OK ARTISTIC NOVELTIES AND BEAUTY IN SEDUCTIVE NOVELTIES. UNAPPROACHABLE IN BRILLIANCY AND SPARKLING HUMOR. THE KHi.DIVB'S WIVES. Ill I U II is I I S I I IIII IS! CUPID'8 PRCLIC8 IN TUB SULTANA'S PALACE. ENTRANCING FRENCH AN It SPANISH DANCES. REMALK MODELS. LA MINUET. PARISIAN QUADRILLE. IRALPY'S ALIIAXBKA i'ALACR. The fashionable resort ol Philadelphia. KIRALKY 1IKOIIIKKS Kola Proprietors AROUND THE WORLD IN SO DAYS. Secured eeate two weeks In advance. MERLE'S flVoLI THEATRE^ : St I. at , between -'d and 3d art The beet ami cheapest iitiiusuinent in the cltjr. 0 This week JULIA CONKADl. Sin. NUVISMMO, TKUCH, LANO end MACK VKNKLL1 and COOLBY. Ballet, Farce, Song ami Danec. Gymnasticsand Pantomime. Opening of the I AIRY UKOTTO. Admission, Hoc. CTOLUMIIIA OPERA HOUSE. / corner West I nth st. and Craenwlch ev. NICK. NEW. NAUGHTY NOVEL! IKS. Fifty of the Unnst termed ladies In the world. Fitly appear In the spiciest, wittiest ami most sensational entertainment in America ; equalled by none. The Queens ol lutrigue; tho Orissetes of Paris, the Turkish lialhors. or the Sultan's F?vertical the Artist's Model*. .Poses I'laatlqncs, ard the French Minuet. Evenings at H; Matinees Tuesdays, Thursdays and Hatnidays at i. _ I ME I. ONLY MATINEE. SATURDAY. LYl'r I'M THEATRE. SATURDAY AFTERNOON. AIM EE (last time) as Ol Kur LK lllHOFLA. Admission no all parts ol the liouso) 60m Reserved seats AUe. eatra r ALA IS ROYAL." tsii BTli A V.-STRANOEKS visiting the city slioald not fall to srtMt this place; 40 joang ladr atlcndante. Admission tree. ? HERALD, THURSDAY, INl'IBNMTft. QILMOUB'B GARDEN. FIFTY CESTS". Madlaon and 4lh ??. and 26th and 27th atari I IS EVENING AT R O'CLOCK. LAST M(i HT HUT TI1RKK OF THE SEASON. MMK. KKIKMK PAPFKNHKIM, tha (irud bptta l'riran Donna. Mr. J. LEVY. tha Kraal Carnal Plajrar. Mr. M. ARBCCEL8, tha fawritv Soloiat. THE YOl'NO APOLLO CLUB, and GILMOHE'S MILITARY B Oil), in tha following aplendid programme L OTarture, "Obarou" Waber X Troubuca tola, "Air Vatia" Latacb Mr. r. LKT8CH. 9. Septal Baathoaac A Curoal aulo, "Si Tu Sarnie" ... Balfr Mr. M. AKBUCKI.lt. A Wabar Grand Plauo eolo Kbapaodte, No. 6 ..Lira! Mr. riu.in uilush. 8. Overture, "Semlramide" Boealnl 7. Aria from "Kruaui ' Verdi A. Uuertel, "Rigoletto" Vardi 9. Cornet Solo. "Maud Welti" ..........,.Ltvy Mr. J. LEW. 10t Sad Croat Knight. YOUNG APOLLO CLOB. II. Oalop, "Berlin Horta Cart" Arndt IX March, "Whan Johnny Comet Marching Home" Gllmora BO canta Admlttlon BO aanU SATURDAY KVEMNO, 8KPT. 30. Grand Complimentary Testimonial Benefit of Mr. 1*. S. (ill.MOKE. Mme. Eaiienla Papptubelm, Miue. Jull Oa Kytber, Mlaa Lilitn li. Norton, Metait. J. Levy. M. Arbuekle, PetlDon, Morrutlnl. Letarli. Lefebre, Brecbl, Da Carlo. Marthall, tba Near York Choral Union, computed of dt>0 tab cted volcrt; the Young Apollo Club. the Phllbaruiouie Society and 011mora't augmented Military Hand IN AN IMMENSE PROGRAMME. One dollar Adinittiun One dollar. Hale of roterved places open to-day from 9 A.M. REGIMEN l'.-MKMHKI(S AND KRIKNDS OF a_i^.tho regiment can oolaiii tpcoial tickets and boxat for Mr. Gilinore's llenellt night at CASWELL, HAZARD k CD.'K. Kiltli Aveiiui* Hotel or ut the Ariuory. CI RAW) OPKICA TlOUSEL TLe.sees and Managers POOLS k DONNELLY Last appearand of the charmtng Prima Douua, ALICE OATHS. I PKICSS and her unexcelled I $1 COMIC OPKHA COM PANT. I $1. in 1.1 11 m km'a i j r.iii.MAif, htrr, zn, w via. owing tn ill great aiiec-en*, I AND uiiioflk-u iuokla. 12S era FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER iff), | BENEFIT OK ALU K IJATK8. TUB ORANIJ DUCHESS. TDK (IIUNU DLCUE88. TDK GRAND DUCHESS. SATURDAY. ONLY OATKS MATINEE. ADMISSION. r.O DENTS. SATURDAY KVEXINU. LAST APPEARANCE. MONDAY SKX I', Mil. (i.e. HOW A KD <llie original Tup*y). SLAVIN'S UKOKOl A SLAVE TROU' Kind .'IKI umlllarie* in UNCLE TOM'S CaHIN. XION SQUARE TUFATRR ~ Proprietor SHERIDAN SHOOK Manager Mr. A. M. PALMER FIFTH I FIFTH AND AND LAST WEEK OF Till: PRELIMINARY SEASON LAST anil WEEK.| L*?t Week of BRhT IIARTE'S Play, | TWO MEN OK HANDY BAR. MONDAY EVEN I Ml, OCTOBER a. The regular FALL AND WINTER SEASON will be inaugurated by tlu> revival of the ureal encceaa of thi* bou?o in the ?ea?ou of 1874, THE TWO ORPHANS. Thle great drama will bo preaviited with a eait embracing nearly all tbo principal member* of ilia Union Square Theatre Company and witb MagulUeent Scene* and Coitume*. Salo of teat* for flrtt TWO ORPHANS night oommencea Tuesday morning noxt. at S o'clock. ^ -OLYMPIC NOVELTY THliATKh.7 OOO L Y Y MM MM PPP? II CCD O O L YY M M M M P p II C 0 O O L Y M MM M PPPr II 0 O OL Y MMMP HOC OOO LLLL Y . M M M P II CCC NOVELTY THEATRE, ft'J2 AND t'.Jl BROADWAY. COLONEL WM. E. SINN MANAOER ADMISSION 15c., 35c,, fiOc., 75c. and <1 llATINEK ADMISSION K.C., 2 ?c. and 50c. Till'. TOPIC OF CONVERSATION, THE OLYMPIC'S EXCELLENT ENTERTAINMENT. THE FAMILY oeuimT lenn a u ir<i. vi ir mt sieir.ir Pwa NOVELTY COMPANY. NO. 4. SOANLON AND CltONIN. i he piioitbs. THE 1'UOlTKS. LULU DBLMAY. LULU DBLMAY. THE SNOW BROTHERS and their wonderful Performing Dog*. The latest novelty in Souk riiiI Dunce. OKI KS IN AND KICK. The talented Character sketch Artletu. TDK PARKER SISTERS. MR. J. II. CLIFFORD. TUB MODERN WILLIAM TELL. MONS. D'OMER, In hie wonderful leatu ol skill. The favorite Negro Comedian, CHARLEY BENEDICT, miss ada LYNWO0D. TUB POWERFUL DRAMATIC COMPANY, tn an inieiikoly interesting Drama, THE VAGABOND; OR. THE UaST CRIME, MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. 1MKK MATINEE. ADMISSION. 50C. LYCEUM THEATRE. AIMKE MATINEE Saturday. Duly AIM EE Matinee. Only (I IllOFLK-GlKOFLA Matinee. Admission, SOc. Reaerved eeate, 60e. extra. " PIANOFORTES, OROVNS, die. ~ A-kok r e Nfru prig iifTsy u a re and urand Piauoe of our own make; ale? for aalo and rent, a number of duo second liana Pianos, in perfect order. WM. kkahe A CO. No. 11J 5lh av. above 16th tL PRIVATE FAMILY, GOING ABROAD, WILL BELL to cuah purchasers a magnificent 7^ octave four round rosewood PLnolorte; prominent manors; cast Sl.imO,for $J7.r>; stool. Cover. Mnsic Cabinet; Elegant Stelnway upright quarter cost; Hox for shipping; also aalin Parlor Suit, 7 pieces, at a sacrifice. Call ibis day at private realdunce, IliU VVeat -.Id at., betweeu 6th und 7th avs. K. DAY. LL PERSONS DESIROUS OF PURCHASING A GENuino second hand Steiuway grand ai|uare or upright Piano will hud a line assortment at our warerooms; every instrument iu perfect condition and aome of thoiu nearly uitr; also aecond hand Piano- of other makera; beware of bogus pianos hearing our name or one closely resembling it. stein WAY A sons. 107, 111 Eaat 14 th at,, New York. GREAT REDUCTION Ml OAlH, OR WUL inenta und for rent, to aiiit the times; new and aecond [ hand Pianoa und Organs, uprights, squares, grands. S. X. HALL A CO., 14 East 14th St. KION PIANOS TuliKST AND*SOLD ON MONTHLY payments; squares and uprights. SIMPSON A CO., No. 5 Eaat 14lh st. AT SACRIFICE?MAGNIFICENT 7 1.3 ROSEWOOD, Plnuuforte, eon $U(*> Inst June. fur f2Ui; superior tune, exquisite carving* anii finish. Call residence NO Kiti Htli St. CLOSING ITUT SALK-7/VKGL. LLKGANT"si'uCK Pianos, bitlf price. KAKMOKK'S Warerooms, JOS bloecker ft. ?1(K). $I.V), $?'OU. L A KOK STOCK OK I'i'RIGHT AND SQUARE Pin ilea null Organs lor cash, instalments or rout, very low itl p. SCII I'Lr.K, lit! Eiut 14tb at. PRIVATE FAMILY WILL SELL ELEGANT STEINway Pianoforte (at sacrifice) ; a 7j, octave, overstrung, lull ngrulTo, lowr roiimi rosewood Pianoforte, richly carved cum and leu'a. all iijsp oveineiita, cost $1175 lur $-50; Stool, Cover; a handsome ('biexerliig upright Pianoforte, WOO; also SsillF Parlor Suits, co*t IJ-tad, lor fl.ND; rep Suit, far.; rich wuliiut and Knstlako lienrouiu Seta. Library and Limbic Furniture. Pa nting*. ilronma. Ac., ,V? cott. N. It.? Must ha sold. Call to-day, live story brown atone private reeideuce (house open I) A M. to I) P. M.) No. 47 West lilth at., li?tweea.r>tli and title ava. AGRKAI OFPI.ll.-WH WILL DlsPOSK OK 1MI FIRST class new and second hand square and upright Pianos and Oricuns. previous to removal, at extraordinarily low prices lur rash or Instalment-: to let. from gj to fil per tumuli. BO macs WATERS A SONS, 4si Br adway. A PIANO FOR SALE?FOR f 10 CASH. 330 WEST J 1st St. LOT OF SECOND HANI> PIANOFORTES, IN THORouci order, fi r sale at moderate prices al-o Pisiinhiries to rent of our own manufacture, by OilICKEKING k SON'S, 130 Nth sr.. corner tHlli ?t. KAMI L Y WIL L S ELL HOSE WOO D 7 OCTAVE j Pianoforte; first claas maker; cost SKFJO. for less than i flOU aitt Kaat 30th at. * LADY WIL.. SKLL LESS I'll AN ?IUO-KOShWOOD ^Xfnur round cornered 7 octave Piauoforte ; coat $&?; perfect order. '.'S Hast Id it., near 2d av. A BEAUTIFUL PI A NO, OMLT R10U.-A SfKINWAY PtsBoferte, 7 octavo, overstrung. every improvement; great sacrifice lor cash. J. BIDDLE, 13 Waverley placa. near Broadway. (Mill k IKING AND HTODDABT SECOND HAND I ,/Pitito* In splendid order cheap: several low priced Pianos. J W. FRENCH A Co.. 2 . East 1 Ith -t.. N Y. CIHUKCH OROA N FOR > ALE LOW?A NEW 20 /stop two manual Organ, with two octavos ot pedals : the ; latest Improvements, superior In tone and ttuiali. W. II. 1)A VIS k SON, Builders, 4'J Downing st. Tj7CLL, KOI ND.~ OCTAVE. * CARVED LEO PIANO, J? #150; Webor 7 octavo, carvoil log. f 17 ; rents, f4. GORDON A SGN, I i East I lib st. MANUFACTURER'S BARGAINS.?jiff 7* OOTATC Pi a Los. all iiupruvemeuts, warranted, uistalinouts in', a: rout AC). CAHI.ES. hv7 West 23d st. Piano wanted-in exchange for elegant large Family r ( otipe lerae, it St. aark'iplace. SEVEN OCT A v K PIANO, CARVED LEGS OVER Strang, every Improvement, very little used, flPV 157 37tli st., corner 3d av. Aj/l ItOSfcWOOD If it AI > H PTTiT S EVEN OCTAVES ? Rtftfl.'biekuriinr. Stnuw.iv. uuarter brice : groat bargains. T WAT8t>N"'H. 33 East I-Hint. ioon ?powbkfub ?i?r ur kiuiit a squar! *??**"" I'iauo*. Eactorjr. M13 Itl'oeKor; warorimtiis, 810 Broadway. UMTKU STATES IMAM) COMPANY. hi #ical. TV.Kft>iAyvti-:>'i?ns?v\; w'rrrrfAs t-. >pes t?r> ./Yin* iiiiiiioiai studies ill Europe, will Blvu lessons upon the pianoforte t<> a limited iiiiinr ,if pupil*. Cull upo.i or write to HEltNIIAIID Khlt.MiW, 374 I'n-.llo St., ltr,oklyn. "* YOIJNU UAIIY WIHIIKM A KKW MORE YOUXU JYpUjille on |iutiio : lilt* apodal Iiptne** Tor lust i ueting ebll Iron, ?itli wlioni alio liaa linil in mil ex|H<rienie : term* very moderate Address .1,. linx Jul Herald nllire. Ai.IM l.l-.M v\ UK (I It EAT EXKBHIENC/E OIVKrt imtrnctlon on piano, organ, liarp and harmony at pupil'* resnlaoac; $iO a quarter; retirenuu. Addroa*. wtli residence. TK.tt II Kit. box 1311 Ilernld Uptown ollioe. C1AIII).-I'ltlVATE I.EHMINS, IMANO, YIOI.IN, OU1 /tar, singing. Circular* nuiileil. J. J .tV watson. Director, S3 ImI 14th A 1>IAND EKSSONH?BEUINNINU OK EINISII1NCJ AT J pupll'a residence, lis pur quarter, by au experienced pianist. AUdreia INSTRUCTION, Herald Uptown. OK ftTIITU1. A SET OE TEETH Is Til REK Uo? RST; PkIO'KH hi suit the tlmea: no deposit required. NEWBKOUUU, IJM Wort iMtli at. BKAtriK'E ARTIFICIAL THKTII, ftt;' OI'M, I*. .Single, 41. wiirranted. "N. Y. DENIAL. ltOuMS," ::U1 ttli atr , ne ii Hltli. Eatahliaherl IML " 'wuhupii. CAAIUo' ttbl6 UAN, NE VE CAIKO ?ifil'tb /aulphnruiia springs and batlia; nir curative station; llrst class hutol with board and rutiilenee' Iron* H to III shillings a day. Tclegranb oAce and railwars at band. Entail oullage* to be let. The hath an. goon, Dr Winkler. Under the manaeetnent of tha Rural Administration. I SEPTEMBER 28, 1876.-TR NEWSPAPERS. ?V?lS ? from (hi BAXTLK FIBMk Indiana ii the Battle Field of the Campaign. The |T??UH political couteit of the century 1* baing waged within ber borders. The talent of the nation, the Bower of both the great parties It la the straggle. Would you like to receive dally the fullest and moat tellable newt from the froutf Bend at One Dollar and we will tend yon the INDIANAPOLIS DAILY AND SUNDAY SBNTINEL Sarins tba Campaign?that u to ?ay, ham Septambar 90 aatll November 8, 1874 Sis eopiet to ona address. , Five Dollars. Tba Banttnal U tba recogulsetl argon of tba Indian o Democrnay, and will ba fonnd to bo fall of Dot Shot. . Campaign Weekly twenty-live cents. _ Ortice of the lmlianopotie Daily, Snnday and Weakly Sentinel. iNbiA.tsroLia, luiL, Sept. 25. 1870. Kim SA I.E.. ?0FTWN~t6\vn i.iyOoit .stoi?87~?&Is""dX? ; very cheep; oronKricav next at auction. I. I I > V I t InMU.ar tilt HrnailwaV. A?FOR SALE. MANUSAO1U ItlNU BUSINESS, established JU yearn, avcraqo business over $7M,l>Ai per annual; proprietor engaged other lillliuril; thoroui(h HVtlUfttin. MALu st., ft Dl) ?t. Ahotbl. fully furnished, am ' Sample ltoonis, Urncerf Stores. Moat Markets, Fish Market), stationery Storea. MALONK. Dl]t >!. ? SDK SALE. KliST CUTt A N TS, CICAR STnKKS. ,1'nlTee Salooua, Bakeries, tirocoriea, Conlectioiieriea, Uli Storea. MITCIIKI.I,, 77 Cellar at. ?~KOH SALE, A SNUO MANU SAC TUB! St. BUM tieaa (article para 31XJ per ceut). with l'atent covering 15 States: uiionciiiubereil ttoal Estate takou. Address Ul'FORI UNITY, Ha.-ald ofttea. A?your choice of three first ci.ass corner Liquor Stores; one owner . oldest and heat established places in the city; rare opportunity. M ALONE. 5 lley at. SLOW lilt STOKK, ESTABLISH KD SOUK YEARS, on a leailinir avenue, cheap to-(>ay, or on Saturday at auction. UASSNBY A Ml I'll Auctioneers, 17 Centre at. A_ GOOD l.lyUOK STOKE, REST IN WEST ST., SOU sale at gtcat aacrllice. M 1IVII111.1., 77 Cellar st. 7 All I'D STORK ~A*ND PHYSICIAN'S OFrlOK AT A A "sacrifice; old aland; must bo iold this week; good rruauii. Apply nt 173 Cherry at. tpOK SALE?A GOOD MILK ROUTE, ~ UUK8K, X Wagon, llarnoas and Cans. Inquire itt 433 Sth av., from J to 1 P. M. T^tJK SALE?OS SICE SLUNTFUKK, DESKS, SASK. J iron Railing, druggist Counters. Drawers, Show Cuaoa ; luual be sold to day. 1S3 Water at. Ijv?k salk-fu.;r savtis liuTcSiiua fixtures. ' Apply to E. MATTHEWS, 481 3d av. Lvik SAl.lv-WITH KiVK YliAHS- LEASE. BAR AED r Billiard Saloon, with Quo Ball Kooni, Club Boom*. large Drill Room, with extra lino store; splendid aparliueuta to live in ; hot and cold water; oath room. Inquire on tlio prrmlaea. Cooper's Hall. 31 and 33 Newark av., Jeraey City; no agents or letters noticed. TOUR SALE?A WHI.L 1,<>C ATKI) CO ; N K I. (IKOCKKY X in the city of Youkera; trade mostly cash; runt low; I.,i"If >n.all In.I II, . nil.,... for a int...! >.. .n l.i tnrka nw.liev Address IIAKNKS, Herald oltiue. l^oit "sale?stock," kixtuiibs and uooTTwill 1/ ot Liquor store; death of owucr the reason for selliug. 385South 1st St., Williamsburg. Ipoit SALE?WINE AM) SAMPLE lEOOM, FITTED ' ni> In splendid style; day trado ; location unsurpassed; good roasous lor telling. Inquire WlLklAM SMITH, 147 Hudson st. IlOR SALE?ON 11 OK TI1K HEVT DOWNTOWN Sample Rooms III the city; convenient to City Hull and Court House; day trado. Addioss sToKK, lit raid oltice. iilolt" SALE?A KKOMINI-.NT WliST ST. <'OKN I0K J Liquor Store, near Jersey lorry. Address WEST, llerald oilier. 1 jit III" SALE cHeaI*? BOX FACTORY dob WAS if* Ington st. fjlOfi BALE?A 0006 f AtlMG UEsTaCKANT, IN J Central Market; long established; sickness ouly cause ol selling. Apply at saloon, 71J 7th ar. i/>01t SALE?OYSTER, SAM TDK AND LUNCH ROOM"; F host in tho eity; opposite Stuck Exchange. Inquire 5 New st. JiVoK SAEK-BAK | Is A (I KlY~B EE III. TWO BILLIARD 1 Tables; surnnier Garden, Willi Oriental Tent; good busluess. lli Clinton place. Lease ok furnished first class chof House, lu Brooklyn, for rale cheup; established 7 years; good reasons. ItEDLOH, lierald ullice. Rkstacrant and oyster'saloon downtown, doing a good businoss; sickness cause of telling; location unsurpassed, 11C11 EH, Llerald ollice. Two new first class black walnut wardrubei for ills; cheap. No. 336 6kh it., between lit aud lid are. TO BE SOLD-A HAKUA1N.?ONE OF THE BEST payiug nnuulactiirlng busine?i>? In New York. including a very popular palunt; prlci, $3,iAJU, or will take a pariuor. Addrria 148 llorald ulHve. 1 '-1ft (,ti? a v.?candy, variety and ice cream J.OOsaloon for mlo cheap; living Rooms. Anril WILL BUY OYSTER AND DININtI SALOON '011 leading avenue oppoeite railroad depot; good running order; rent $36. J. U. UKliKEN, 3t>3 7th ar. ftjtjnrt -FINK CHANCE. A NASSAU ST. RES?pOU v'.tnurant for eale. at a bargain, doing a good bust, neee and ouly (old aa the owner haa other buaiueae to look after. Addreae FRANCIS, llerald ofllce. d?JKA WILL BUY RESTAURANT WORTH $1,000 Jp^tvJUlf bought at once; elieap rent; good business; complete. lllOMI'SON Si CO., IS!) Broadway, room B. " 1U A C HCVK U17 BARGAIN?b-HO 118 K li A X I K It IN GOODIirSSK; alio heavy .Spinning Lathe. Apply to OEOMGK A. DKLKKI-.U, 3S outr (t.. New York. For sale?one s-iiorhe power engine, large Holler, Shafting, l'ulleya. Bolting, Sausage Chopper. Lard Kettle, Press and Cooler; will he sold whole or In |uirta. Addreaa A. MARKS, box 207 Poet olliee. Orange, WANTED-TWO STEAM JACKET KETTLES, TWO Knucklo and Joint Prvaaee, eiae 30x40 or upward. Addreaa L., box -J,I*)1 I'ost olhce. LEGAL MITiUKs. In"pur>0ancb of an~or?er made bytiif-i Hon, Obtrlii P. Daly. one <?f iai Jtidiu of tb* Court <?f Common Pleas in and for tho city and county of New York. Milling a* County J udjre on tho 20th day of September, 1876, notice i? hereby trlve n to all the creditors and persona burin tr claims Against Samuel A. Untitle, Henry S. Ma^rane and Kvftu L. BttcheoA. lately dai&r btnioeaa in tho city tod county of New York under the firm name ol 8. A. Carftle A Co., that they aro required to preaeitt their said claims, with the voucher* therefor duly verified, to the subscriber, the duly appointed assignee of tho tald Samue! A. Castle, llenry S. MaKrauu and Ruins K. Hitchcock, for the benefit of their creditors, at his pi tee of transacting business. No. 345 Broadway, in the city or New York, ou or bo!ore tho 8th day of .1 an nary. 1x77. Hated Nitw York, Sept. 28, 1H7B. leopold bamberger. 11AKT Jk BAM BR IK* Kit, Attorney* for Assignee, 345 and 847 Broadway. PURSUANT TO A DECKKR OK THE COURT OF Chancery of the Cjunty Palatine of Lancaster, Unhand, Liverpool District, in a cause in which Mary Elisabeth Peftvop and others are plaintiffs, nnd Jumox I'eacop ia do f cudant, the persons claiming to ho next of kin. and iuter- I ob tod In the nersoual estate of William I'eacop, late of I.ieee t., Liverpool, in the county of Lancaster, England, fruiterer, who died in or about tlio month ot Juno, lHi5, nro by their solicitor!, on or before the 1st day <>i November next, Vo come in and prove their claims at the ofllce of the District Registrar, situate in the Municipal Buildings, Hale nt., Liverpool aforesaid. or in default thereof they will bo peremptorily excluded from the benefit of the said decree. Friday, the lOtli day of November, 187*5 at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at the said oflice, is appointed tor hearing and adjudicating upon iho claims, listed tbu 1-ith day of September. 1870. J A M ?8 W. WIN8TANLET, I*?strict Registrar. Girdnkh A Smith, Solicitors for tlio PI aim ill's. Colonial Kiiildimrs, its; Dale St., Liverpool. England. rruiK HANKiii'FTCY ACT, Thtia?THK COUNTY JL Court of Surrey, holdon at Wandsworth.-To William Charles Collins, ol ftfl I niou orove, Claph mi. in the county or Surrey.?Take notice that a bankruptcy petition lies been Vresented to this Court by Savill dames Cooifcbo. of 481 Vandiwori h road, in the county of Surrey, nnrreon ; Edward James Wright, of l<>* High ?t , Clapham, in the county of Surrey, grocer, and Charles Rogers, of 135 Larkha.l lane. Clapham. in the county of Surrey, butcher, and the Court hasordcrod that the publication of a notice of the petition in the London OssfHte shall he deemed to be service of tho petition upon you. The petition will be heard at this Court oil the 7th dav of November next, at 'J odo k in the afternoon. on wh ch day you arc required to appear, and If you do not the Court may adjudge you bankrupt in your absence. The petition may be impacted by you on application at this court. Dated this 1st day of September, 18711. w. a. wlllol/CMiHV, Registrar. o. f. parkkk jk locke, Solicitors for Petitioner*, MilnrrC Buildings. Fimhury London, England. UBMOVALM. t \KLMONlCO's XJ removal. l. DHL MO if ICO will remove from 6th av. and 14th si. to Broadway, 5th ar. and *J?itb St. (Madibou squAre). Monday, September 14. POLlTltAb. /lA.MI'Aii' S Mjl II'CKM'H. KKOM JfTSlB? \ V \Jweril, at Kl I'llll.KK 8 hat store, .Now.ru, N. J. POLITICAL POLITICAL Campaign Cempeiifn Jtqulpmeuta Lqulpiiiunt*. Clubs. organise at once. that victory may crown your effort i. Wear our Imposing Continental itat aud Capo, made ot hlue and yollow. with silver .agios ou hat a lull acts of Campaign hqulpments, consisting ol lint* (or Caps) nmi Capes (any color and stylei. with patent double swing siuo Torch and Mick, luriilshrd to clubs at leetnry price*. .-end lor lull particulars, or coin' to headquarters Wk. H. K.N A U'MI, utw H roadway, New York. Ml ?c k UAfhioti. WAXTIIAM st AriiiiKs ' """ """ are, without excoptton, the most accurate timekeepers sshleh can bs obtaiued. The prices are lower than ever before. We hare bp lu tho largest and best assortmsat la tbe couatry. Mr angers la the elty ere cordially Innted to call. IIOVVAKD A CO.. No. 323 Sth sr., above Madison square. KXb'HANUK. R I'KTri AN* t) ' SvOTflTKS~rfrTCC T chang* lor good ftfUO Mortgayo tod SOU ftcru of Load In TittDtiMi 141 Broidwir. room 7. 1PLB SHEETS El'KOPEAX NTKAMSIIIPS. /IRfcAT WK-TKKN MTEA MSillP LINK. vj to mkistol ienglanui direct, aaihui; Iruiu pier IS l'.ui River followAKICACii'N, sivitiooa Weilueaday, Oct. 4 CORNWALL, Stamper...... Saturday, Oct. 14 Cabin paaeage, (70; intermediate, (45; iteeraae, VK> ctirteucy; exrur<ion tlckete, (130; prepaid ateeraice eertiS catea, tdi. Apply to W. 1>. wiiuiiaN, Agt.ut, 70 noutb at 1NMAS LINEKailititta from BORDEAUX lo NEW YORK. The attention or luiportara of merrhandUe from the Southern part of Krance la reeprritullv Invited to the intended aailiutta. natuetl below, of atenmtUlpaol tbia Hue. from Bordeaux to New York direct. t ill t>K LIMERICK 80th September CITY Of BRISTOL 20th October. CITY OK LIMERICK 2<>th November. JOHN O. DALE, A?'tul, 15 Broadway. SPECIAL NOTICE,?TilK 1NMAN STEAMSHIP CITY of Now York. Captaiu Tlbblta. will tail troiu Philadelphia on Tbureday, 5th October, at U ;3<J A. M., lor (jueenatowu aud Unryeol Eur paaaaKo and fnrther iuforniat ion apply to J. U. DaLR, A item, 15 Kroadway, New York. T I AM it f ko AMERICAN PACKET COMPANY 5 link ll'.? I'l.VUIIIlTll CIIKKIIMI Kit an.l II A U 111! ltd Sl.'KVIA Sort. I WIKLaND ue't. 12 JjKbSI.NO Oct. S | FKIblA Oct. 1U KaU-a of paaang. to Plymouth, London, < herbmirg. Hamburg nail nil poinlaIn EnglandKirat l'?bin, ll'JO, gold; bacouil Caoin. #60. gold; Steerage, f'M. currency. KINIIAKDT A CO., C. B. KIUIIABD A BOAS, (Jeueral Agenla, Oeneral r.aacnger Agenla, 61 Broad at.. Now York. ui Broadway, Now York. Most direct and-economic route to ho? LAND. ltKLOIU.M, THE RHINE, SWITZERLAND, AC, AC, VIA ROTTERDAM. Steamer MAAS September 14 Steamer ROTTERDAM September KB Theau beautiful ate tnisra, carrying tlie l.'nitad Stale. uiail to the Netliorlanda. are groat favorite* with the public. Trlpa regular, ratea low, comfort and living perlrct. >'or Irelglit, tor paasaco Fl'NOll, EDYE Sl CO. JU W. MORRIS, 50 it roadway. CI UK ABO LI KB.?*. AND K. A. It M. s. s. iu." ) KOTICK With a riew. to diminishing the chant?* of collision, the steamers of this line tako u specilic c urse lor all *ea?ous of the year. Oil the outward passage from Queenstown to New Yark or Huston. crossing the meridian ul ?>0 at 43 latitude, or nothing to the north of 43. t)n cite homeward passage, croaalng the meridian of 50 at 42 latitude, or nothing to the north oi 42. FROM NKW YOKK FOR MVKKl'OOL AND QUEENSTOWN. AT OK HI A... .Wed., Oct. 4 I A iU Ssi NIA.. Wed.. Oct. 1M HOTHNIA Wed.. Oct. II I KlJ.-FlA Wed.. Oct. 2 ? btcainorH marked thus ( ) do not carry steerage p issrimert Cabin passage, spnii, $1C*> and $130, gold, aceorcnng to accommodation. Return ticket* on favorable terms. Mueiairo tickets to aud hum ull parts of Europo at very low rate*. I- fiMi'tit and Tins mice otlice No. 4 Rowllnir trre'Mi. CHARLES U. FKANCKLYN, Agent. HUB STAR LINK. ~~ FOR Ul'EENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL. CARRY! Nil I'll K UMTBD MATES MAIL. Tin* steamers of this line ItiKe the Latin Routes recommended by Llenteuiuil Maury, I'. S. N., cuing Houtli of lb* Hunk* on the pas&npo to Oueouslown all the year round. KttlTVNMC October 7, tt 7:m A M. OKR.MAN1C Iictobor 21, itt 7 ::t<? A. .71. CELTIC October 2H, ut 1:11) I'. M. BHITAN NIC November II. Hi I till) I*. il. From White Slur Deck*, pier 1)2 North Rlv r. Hilton?Saloon. ijMi and lltH iu puld; return ticket* on rcm.nn.iblo terms. Steerage, $JS. Saloon staterooms. smoking mid bathrooms nro Ipliirod auiluships, where the noi*" Hlid motion nro lean, affording a degree of comfort hitherto tinntiiiiuuhlo at m a. For Inspection ol plans and other information apply at the coinpauy'e ollico, 27 ltro.idwuy. New York. It. J. CORTIS. Agent. 1NMAN lTnk ?ma il stc:am"~kits lor Queunstown and Llvcipool, CITY' OF RICH MOND....Saturday, Sept. 20. at 2 1'. M. CITY OF BERLIN Saturday, Oct. id, at 2 1'. M. CITY' or' CIIESTElt Saturday, Oct. 2S, at 1 F. M. CITY OF RICHMOND....Saturday, Nov. 4, at 7 A. M. CITY OF BERLIN Saturday, Nov. IS, at 7 A. M. From pier 4.1 North lliver. Cabin, fso anil $lo >, gold. Kuturn ticket* on Tavorable terina. Sioerage. $2S, currency. Dralts at lowest ratua. Salooua, staterooms. smoking and bathroeina amidships. JolIN II. DARK. A pent, lound 21 Broadway. National link- Fit 'M Funis 41 and 17 M, & Mill LONDON. Den mark.,.. Sept. !I0, 2 F. M. | Krln Oct. It. 2 P. M. Holland Oct. 7,7:20 A. M. | France.. Oct. 21,7:20 A. M. FOR QUKENBTOWN AND LIVKKt'OOL. England Sept. 20, 2 F. M. I llul\utla.... Oct. It. 2 F. M, Egypt Oct. 7, 7:2o A. M I Italy ...Oct. 21,7:20 A. M. Cabin passage, $ur>, Jim or $7o, currency. Return tickets. fliKI, #110 or #121). citrroncv. S tee rape passage, #211, currency. Dralts Issued from ?1 upward at current prices. Apply at the company's omcc, 00 llroailwav. Steerage tleke.s ran also bo obtained at tho company '* piers, 44 and 47 North Klver. F. W. J. HURST, Manager. ORTII OK It.MAN" LLOYD STEAMSHIP LINE BETWEEN NEW YORK. SOUTHAMPTON AND BREMEN. inouipany s pier, i?oi m _<i si., uouoaen. IlIIKIlf...Saturday, Sept. 3<> I MAIN Saturday, Oct. 14 ODER ... .Saturday, Oct. 7 | NECKAR..Saturday, Oct. 21 Kates of passage from New York to SoutUainptou, Havre or BrwkM:? Pint Cabin, $1(10, gojd: Second Cabin, $00, (old; Steerage, $30, currency, iteturn tickets at reduced rates. I'rcpaid Steerage certificate*, *32, currency. For freight or passage apply to OKLKiCHS A CO., 2 Howling Qreen. TATE LTNKT XKW YOltK TO GLASGOW, LIVERPOOL, DUBLIN, BELFAST AND LONDON OK KEY, from pier 42 North R.ver (foot of Canal st), aa follows:? STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA Thursday, October 5 STATE OF VIRGINIA Thursday, October ID 8TATE OF NEVADA Tnursdav, Octooer 2d and every alternate Thursday thereafter. First cabin, $<15 to $"Si according to accommodation; return tickets, $123Second cabin, $50; return tickets. $ a). Stoeraae at lowest rates. Apply to ACSI IN BALDWIN A CO., Agents, No. 72 Broadway, New York. STEERAGE TICKETS AT 45 RROADWAY AND AT T1IE COMPANY'S PIER, FOOT OF CANAL ST., NOR III RIVER. TEAM TO ANTWERP. Tne new. first class, full powered iron screw steamship NELLIE MARTIN, 3,KN? tons burdeu, Capt. W. F.Green, will be despatched Iroin Pavonla Dock, Jersey City, on Saturday, October H, for the abovo port, having splendid accommodation* lor a limited number of first class passengers. First cabin passage at the greatly reduced rate ef 4UJ, gold. Far freight apply to PUNCH. EDYE A CO., 27 South William (1 for passage apply to JOSHUA S. TUCKER A CO.. 54 l'ine st. f IN IT JKJD S f A T E S M AIL LIN K S I K A M TO QUJiiiNSU TOWN AND LIVERPOOL. Sailing ou T KsDaY from pier 4 Nortii River. WYOMING .Oct. a. 3 P. M. I IDAHO ...Oct. 17, 3 P. M. DAKOTO Oct. 10, 11 A. M. | MONTANA Oct. 24,10 A. M, Cable, $65, $70 and $*<I, currency. Intcrmcdiato. $ ?<>; steerage, $.' I. Passengers booked to and from Paris, Hamburg, Norway, Sweden. Ac. Drafts ou Ireland. England, France and Germany at lowest rates. , WILLIAMS A OUION. 29 Broadway. SPECIAL NOTICE.?TIIK SPLENDID MAIL STEAMOship WYOMING sails Iroin pier it) North River, fool of King it., for Uueeustown ami Liverpool, ou Tues lay, October 3. atP. M. Cabin, intoruieulatu and steerage pa-sHge at lowest ratoa. Apply to WILLIAMS A GU10N, 29 Broadway. ONLY DIRECT UNB TO IFRANCE. THE GENERAL TRANSATLANTIC COMPANY'S MAIL STEAMERS BETWEEN NEW YORK AND HAVRE CALLING AT PLYMOUTH tU. B.j Tor the landing of passengers. The splendid vessels on this favorite mule for tho Contl n,ll, ..I,.. Iri,. 1... Il.i nil -.til fr,,.., mar No. 43, loot of Barrow ?l., North River, an follows:? I.Alt It11<?It (Saugller) Salurdny. September 3l>, 3 P M. CAN AHA (Kruiigeul) Saturday, October 7, S A M. ST. GERMAIN (Keculoux) .Saturday. October 14, 3 P.M. PRICK OK PASSAGE IN GOLD (Including wine*):? Kirm Cabin, Silo to fl'-'O, according to accommodation; So. ond, ?7g; Third Cabin. *4?. Iloturn tickets at reduced rates. Steerage. ?2H, with superior accommodation. Including wine, bedding and utensils, without extra elmrire. LOUIS DK HKBIA*, Agent, S5 Broudwav. ILSONLINK Poll SOUTH AMP I ON AND HL'Ll! nailing from pier .">H Nortli River us follows:? OTHELLO H' pt. 3 11 NAVAKINO Oct. 21 HINDOO Oct. II | COLOMBO Nov. 4 Kirst cabin, $70, currency; second cabin, $45, currency. Excursion tickets nn vory faroruble terms. Through tickets : Issued to Ciiiitmcntal mid ithitic ports. Apjjy, lor full particulars to (.' IIA It I, KS I,. WRIGHT A CO., Ml South St. A" MEKICAN LINE! Weekly .Mall Steamship Service botween PHILADELPHIA AND LIVERPOOL, calling at Qiieenatown. Hailing every Thursday Irom Philadelphia, tnd Sailing every Wednesday Irmii Liverpool. Tba billowing steamers are appointed to sail from Philadelphia:? PENNSYLVANIA Kept. 2 I ILLINOIS Oct. Ill CITY OK NEW YORK.Oct. *LOKD CLIIE Oct. 2(1 INDIANA Oct. 12 | OHIO Nov. 2 PRICE OK PASSAGE IN CURKBN'OY. Cabin. $75 to $.00, according to location. Steerage mid interiuetUatt tickets to and Iroin all points at iksUs Mi rates. steamers marked with a star do not carry intermediate. Passenger accommodation lor all classes uniiirpassed. Kor passu. ... rales of Ir - iirlit and other Info'mallen apply to PETER WillUli l A HONS. Oener* Agents. Hi 17 Walnut at., fhiladelphla. GEORGE W. COLTON, 42 Broad at. New York. JuHN McUONaLD, Pasteurer Agent, No. H Battery place. \" NCHOR LIN hiTh" i T KD S FaTKS M A11, ST GAMERS. NEW YORK AND liLASG l)V. Victoria Sept. HO. 2 P. M. I Alsatla OR. 14.2 P. M. Bolivia Oct. 7. 7 A. M. | Aiicborla. .UU. 21. 7 A. M. TO GLASGOW, LIVERPOOL OR JERKY. Cabins, to fss>. according to acratnimitations. Intermediate, $35. Steerage, # 11. NEW Yullk AND LoN DON. Gordon Castle Sept HO.IP.M. I Utopia Cct. 14, 1 P.M. Auglia Oct. 7. 7 A II. I Australia iict, 2S, noon ( ariiAs, $>5 to s7 '. Ktuerage, $.'t Cabin Excursion Tickets at reilnceil rites. Drafts loaned for any amount it current rules Company's pier Nns .0 and 21 North Kiver.New York. HENDERSON HHO'fllKRS. Agents. 7 Uncling Green. COASTWISK ST K V .UNll I r?. PANAMA THAN IT AND PACIKIC MAIL' STEAMSHIP LINKS, For CALIFORNIA. JAPAN. CHINA, AUSTRALIA. NEW I ZEALAND MKITIMII tOl.UMIHA.OKKtlJN, AO., nailing Irnm pier 42 North KDer. i For san FIlAM'IW.'l), Tin isthmus dk panama, 8t??in?hip AOAPULCO , .Smuriliiy, Sept. 30 connecting f..r Central America and South Paciltc port?. FROM SAN FRANCISCO TO JAPAN Hud CHINA, Steamship CITY (IK PKKIN SHlunliiy,SBpt.nO From SAN KKANt ISCO to S4.NDWH1I I SCAN US, AUSTRALIA and NEW ZEALAND. Steamship IK A LA N 1)1 A Oct. 11 For Irelglit or puna tge apply to Vtll. P. CI.Y1)K A CO.. or H. J. RDI.I.(Y, Baprrlnttnilnt, No. ! Howling Ilreen, pier 42 North Klvcr, foot Cuuitl at. Ny ., Havana and Mexican mail eh lim? Sioumcrn Lave pier No. 3 North ttiver ?t 3 1*. m. Foil Havana Dinner. CITY OF VERA CKUZ Thitraday. Sept. 3S CITY OF NJ'.W YORK. Thursday, Oct. 3 CI'lY OF HAVANA (alater afcln ot City pf New York) Me.lrir-.dtv. Oct. 11 FOR VERA CKUZ AND NI'.W OKLKANA. via Havana. Provreto, Catnpeaefly, Tuxpan rati<1 Tampion, ClIY til M I*. Ill DA Tuesday, Oct. 17 For freight art.I ptin?.?ge apply to F. ALEXANDRE A SONS. 31 and 33 Hrea.lway. Steamers will Iohvb New Orleaoa October 1 and October 23 lor Vera Crtit and all llio nbove porta. VI.W YORK \Ni> HAVANA DIXKCT H.tlLLlNfL^ J.N Tlieae Hrat cln>a (teamahipi will anil at 8 I. M. Irom pier 1 I North River, foot of Cedar it., for Havana direct ai follow. CLYDE Tuesday Octobers COI.UMHCA Thursday. Ictober 13 For freight end peerage, having nnanrpaaaed iccoraraodar tiona, apply to ' ' wm. r. CLYDE A CO.. No. ? MbwtM tfdea. I McKELLAR 1.UMNO A CO. Agents U lloAna. , 9 COAST XV IS B STRAnSHlPO. rprcir Kiitr.i f uvinTni TU/KIUA.?wektzt^ \ "liua fur I'ort Koja! S. C.; KoruatnJl'ia. Kla.; Brunawick. (.?. Sailing *?ar; Kriday from pier 20 Kail Kl*er. Tlik Irimtr CAKONDKLI-.T Captain Fain-loth. will nail Kri? da;, iieptambar UU, at II I' M Through ticket* laatied to all potma Fur trrlght r paaaifpj apply to C. it. M Ai.LOKV A CO . l.'S Uaideu laoa. ? OLD DOMINION MTKAMSIlll* CUNFANY, aailiny from pier J7 North Utver. Fcr Norfolk. City Point and Kichiuond. Ttiei'Iara. Thnrk* days uud Saturday* at J 1'. M , connecting with the Virginia at.<1 Tennessee Air Line, Atlantic Coast Lino. Piedniout Air Line, Chesapeake and Oluo Railroad, aud with the com* t>Huy'? team Hues to interior p dots iu North Carolina and , Virginia, Newborn and Washington, N. 0. (via Norfolk), every Tueaday, Thumday and Saturday. I,?voi, Del., Monday and Thursday at 3 P. M., connecting with Maryland and Delaware railroad*. i'assetiger accommodations unsurpassed. Through passage tickets and bill* of lading to all points at lowest rate* Insurauc* to Norfolk, Ac.. \i per cent. Freight received daily at pior 37 North Kivor. General offices 107 Untnwleh it N L MoCHEADY. PreiidtPi* BhKM UDA. HT. TIIOMAS~ WEST ~ INDIER-Tlli Kojral Mall steamer 0AN1MA it intended to sail from New \ork on September 28. making cio?o connection at l<t?rmu da with tho Royal Mail steamer for St. Thomas and the West ludie*; lor pas?eugers and mails this ia now th? quickest and cheapest route. Apply to the QlBbEC AND GULP POUTS STEAMSHIP COMPANY; 28 broad way, New York. TMOK NEW ORLEANS'"DIKKCT. ^ T THE CROMWELL LINE. Tlio steamship HVD80N. Captain Gitqer, will sail on SATURDAY, Septomber bo, mi j o'clock P. M., froin pier No. 8 North River, Through bills ol lading given to Mobile and principal points on the Mississippi K?v.*r. Cabin passage, $.>0, Steerage. $2f>. Apply to CLARK a SEAMAN, 88 West ?t. I nr. ,T iwuii, .s i - >Y uni<c,Ana AAU ILAAS Sl??ui?liips. i he steamship ALGIERS will anil fr?ro pier 3(1 North River ou smurday, September I JO, til 3 P. M., for Nsvf Orleans direct. Through lulls of ladim? signed to all points on the Missis* slppl ((Ivor and to Mobile insurance can be effected under opon policy of G. A* Whtine> k Co . at Vp r cent. For freight or farther information apply to CllA&LhS A. WHITNEY & CO., Agents; office, pior 3(3 North Hirer, \| (?R<i A N rf NK W YoKK~ ~ NK W~~OKLE ANH~ AN D Irl Texas steamships.?For Galveston direct; the steamship lib N K ST A It will s.iil from pier _'H North Itiver ou Saturday. >ept< mher Ho, at 3 P. M., taking freight for Gaive?ton? interior railroad points aud for ludiunola. Insurance under open policy of C. A. Whitney Jk Co.* agents, at three-quarter per cent. F m freight and further information apply to CHARLES A W1HTNKY k Co., Agents. office pier 30 North Itiver. hlOR PHILADELPHIA.?THE \ No. I 8TBAM0HIP AOXKHwUl nail Ironi pier 3*? North River every Tues* day and Saturday at 4 I*. M. Freight at loweat rates. For further information apply to 0. A. WHITNEY A CO., pier 80 North River. rpEXAS LINK FOR (J \LVK8TCN, TOUCHING AT KB? 1 West, carrying the United Status mail.?The steamer C1TV OK AUSTIN, Captain Stevens, will sail on Sattir* day, September Ito, at .( I*. M., from pier JO East itiver. Through hills of lading given to nil p dnts on the Houston and Texas, Central International and Croat Northern, Gal* veslon, Houston and Monders<?n. an 1 the Galveston, liar* risburg aud San Antonio railroads. Freight and insurance at lowest rates. For freight or passage, having superior accommodations, apply to C. II. M ALLOKY k CO., 133 Maiden lane. 1J0H halifax. N? sT.AN ust. j (Ml ns. N. F. 1 cromwell ntka.MHIIIP link. Steamers loave pier 10 Nortli itlvor following days, at 9p. m. GLOKGK CROMWELL Tuesday, October! GEORGE WASHINGTON Friday. October 13 Moat direct, cheapest aud quickest route to Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and tlteTaiwor St. Lawrence. Excellent passenger accommodations. For freight or passage apply til OLAKK A StCaMAN, Hd West St. CIOR N ASS A1'. N. I'.-lti-.tiULAIl MAIL. STKA MSIU? JC LiiU leuvi'i .Now York Oot'Wor s. _ Ml KIIAV. KKKKIS A CO.. 02 South it. TKAVKliLKKs' UllUt,. A~ Ml ANY -lll/USO.N KIVKIl MY MOONLIliHT.?i:e8! ' tounial visitors cau enjoy a view of tlio best and most magnificent scenery of the Highlands on the Hudson bj travelling on the People's Line ot elegant mid commodioiti boats, passing Went Point and all otli r places of interest early in the evening and couuccting at Albany with mornlug trains lor Chicago and all points North and West. Moats leave uaiiy, ai o r. m.. irum pier ai. *>ortii u.vor, m ar Pennydv.uiiu Railroad pier in New York. Hudson River Railroad and da)' lino tickets received lor passage. Ktatoroom* warmed t?y steam; mcuU on the Luroio-ati plan. A ? manlands of the iiunsoM iiy daymghtT The MaIIY I'OWhLli, for Won Point, Newbury, Poughksopsic, Kondcnit and Kingston, landing at Contain, Cornwall, Milton and New Hamburg, and Marlboro by lorry will leave uier ?iu North Hiver (Vestry st.) dally, Sunday! excepted, at 3 .30 I'. M. Connects at Pougbkeepsio with eveuiug trains ior the North. Albany and iitoV by d*y boats c. vihbakd and DAMKL DKKW. ? Leavo Voslry st. pier at H:IU and 21th st. at N;30 a. M., landing at Nyack and Tarry town (by ferryboat), VN'e^t Point, Newburg, Poughkeepsie. Rhinebeck, Caukill and Hudson. close connection at Albany with new train at 8 P. M. lor the West over New York Central. To West Point and Newburg and return same day, $1| Poughkeepsie, fl 50. | l7BANY-7ilUDSON RIVER BY MOUNLIGHT.-CENteuulul visitors can onjoy a view of tiie best and uiost magnificent scenery of the Highlands on the Hudson by travelling on the People's Line ot decant and commodious boat-*, pausing Went Point and all other places of interest eariy in tliu evening and connecting at Albany with morning trains for Chicago and all points North and West. Busts leave daily, at 0 P. M., from pier 41 North River, near Pennsylvania Railroad pier iu New York, Hudson River Railroad and day line tickets received for passage. Staterooms warmed by steaiu. Meals on the European plan. Brooklyn, bath and coney inland kail road. Trains leave hourly for Coney Inland trom depot, near Greenwood Cemetery main entranco. IjlALL 111 V KIt lil?K TO HDH UKN, r via Newport and Kail Kivnr ?Tho world renowned steamboat* BRISTOL and PROV1DBNCK leave pier 2ft North River, font of Murray at., daily (Sunday* included), at 0 1*. M. Throuirli tickets sold at ail tho prinoipal hotolsla the city. OR NO ItWALK DIKliCT, connecting with Banbury. Norwalk and New Haven Ralk roads, by steamer AMKRIOUs, tlally (Sundays excepted). Iroin Jewell's dock, Brooklyn, at 2:30 i*. m ; pier 117 East ltiver. at 2 :45 P. M.. and foot XM St.. Rest itiver, at 3 P. It. Fare H5 cents; excursion tickets jO cents. CATSKILL OKBRK LI N K. ?STKam eb ne w~~obait* ' PION or WALTER It it K IT daily, Imtn Oanal sk, pie* 42 North Ulver, 0 P. M. Karo. J?Oc. Berths tree. JjlOK TUB OENIENNIA VI3ITORS TO TICK ORKAT EXPOSITION who intend remaining several days, will find tbe roe I rlk long branch and thm n. J. southern b. r. more attractive than any other. TheflnesteuuiorsJhS.SK lloYTand CRYSTAL WAVB, leave pier H, North River, toot of Roctor st, at 1:45 A. M. AND i <H P. M.. connecting at Sandy llook with express trains for PblladeL uhia direct. . The sail across New York hay. In full vlnw of the ocean, the shipping and the extensive government lurtlBcatlou*. Is tsid to ho tho Uncut III the world from Sandy llook. the railroad skirts the ocean shore for eleven miles to the SI,'MM Kit CAPITAL, where passenger* can stop over en through tickets. The depot in Philadelphia is at the foot of Market st., co*. venient to most of the hest city hotels and boarding houses, Tirkot* for the round trip, good tor fifteen days, *4. Sin* gle fares. $2 40l Tho U:4 . lino connects also for Vineland and Tom's River, an l the 4 P. M for Waretown, Haruocat and Tuckerloo. Accommodation 'or Lontc Hrancli, 5 I". M. W. S SNEUKN. General Manager. rKN NSY I.V A N 1A It MLKOAli. UKBAT TRUNK LINE AND UNITED STATES MAIL ROUTE. Train* leave New York, via Deabrosses and Cortlaadt street Icrriea, an follows:? Express lor llarritlnirir, Pittsburg, the Wed and Hnnth, witli I'ulliuau palace car* attached, U :JO A. M., 8 and 8 :3U I*. M. Sunday, 0 mid 1*. M. For Williamspurt. Lock Haven, Oorry and Erin at 2:40 and 8:30 P. |M., connecting at Corry lor Tituaville, Petroloom Centre ami the Oil Regions. For Haliimoro, Washington and the South, "Llmltad Washington Express" ol I'ullnian parlor car* daily, except Sunday. 0:30 A. M.: arrlvo Washington 4:10 F. M. Regular atS;4(iA. M.. 2 :4ll and 0 P. M. Sunday 0 P. M. Express lor Philadelphia, 7:30, 8:10, 0:30 A. M? 12:31% 2:4<?. 3, 4. 5, 0. 7, S :30. 9 P. M. and 12 night. Accommodation, 7 A. M. and 4:io P. M. Sunday, 8 A M? 5, 6, 7. H: ui and n 1*. M. Emigrant and second'clas*. 7 P. M. For Centennial Depot, at 5:30, 8:30, 7 :30. S, 8 :4U0:30 A. M., 12 :'J0, 3 and 4 P. M. on Sunday, H A. M. Returning, leave Oeutenulal Depot at 7:1.5, SjlS, 10:5oa. M., 1,1:1% 3. 3:30, 4:43, 5:30,6, 0:50 and 7Sj-j P. M. On Sunday, 7:20 A. M. and 7 P. M. For trains to Newark, Elizabeth, Itahway, Princeton, Trenton, Perth Ambov, Flrinington, Helvlilore and other point* *eo local *clicdulci at all ticket ofllrcs. Train* arrive :?From Pitt?burir, H:jo anil lO:30 A. M. and . 10:20 P. M. daily; 10:10 A. M and H: aj P. M. dally, dx- " cept Momiav. 1 rotn Washington and llalliiuore, 8:30 AM.. 4:lo.5 10 and 10:Ji? P. M Sun lay, 8:30 A. M. From Philadelphia, 5:05, 0:20. 0:30. 10:10, 11:20. 11 M A. M? 2:111 3:50, 4:1U, 5:10, 8:10, 0:.iO, 7:35, 7:40, S :40 and 10:20 P. M. Sunday, 5:03, 8:20, 8:30, 10:1UL 11 :50 A. M . 0 *1 and 10:20 P. M. Ticket ollice*, 528 and 044 Broadway, No. 1 Aatnr IlonM and foot ot He*hro**e* and Cortluudl sts.; No, 4 Court at., Brooklyn; No*. 114. 118 and 118 Hudson St., 11 obokea; depot, Jersey City. Emigrant tickot ollice. No. 8 Batter/ * P FRANK THOMSON, D. M. BOYI), Jr., General Manager, Oenoral Passenger A cent. gTONINGTON LINE FOK~BoslON. * Steamers RHODE ISLAND an I NARRaOANSBTT, from pier 33 North River, fool of J ay at., at 5 P. M. Providence Line, from pier 27 North River, lout ol Park plaoa. flteamahlM ELKO I'll A and GALATEA. at 4l50 P. M . F,X( I HSIONs. ' Attentioni?itr.kiirk you purchase, sell or f x<-Ji ill -n yonr railway ticket, to uuy point cull at I.ANStMU'tf CvUtfD&iftl iicket olticc, 3UV Hruadvajr, near Walkot It. HUDSON RIVER itY"MoTiNLIUIIT. Citliona'Line -Blegnnt ateainboata Air Troy, Saratoga ami all point* North mid Wi ti leave dally (except Satur.1 H ..I ('? I*. M , Ir .III |.ii-r I'd Nortli River. WEST POINT. NKWHURO, roUOIIKKKPSIE AND return aaiuedar, by day lino ateatuora. IVA'li llEN. JKMKI.KV, 5?7 ' A" i 0H7 It'll)\|I\V \Y. CHUNK.: iril Sf III Y.MONDS^ Walehea, Jewelry, Kllka. I.acea and Peraonal I'roporty Ol every deacriplton bought and aolu. Loam ncicotiateil. JAMB.s P. MATTHEWS. American okkiob-st&.oo'i.-diamonds. watouio, Jewelry, Silverware. Valuable*, Ac., boutrht add cacliantred ; Loan* effected: decided bargains in Diamonds, Watcbea, Ac.. oatauliabed IS..4. J. II It vliltlNUKK, Dealer. 715 Broadway. AT LYN01PS. his BROADWAY. NEAR 21ST RT.OUmomU, Walibea, Jewelry, Silverware, Kara, Hljka, camel'a bair sliawla, Ac., bought and atild; Untaa *?. tiatod. V MO.NKY ON DIAMONDS. PUlIS, AC. DIAMONDS, Watciiea. Jewelry. Stlverwaro, Cainel'e Itair Sliawla. Seal Saequea, Silka Ac , bought, and aoid back at a vary mall advanoe. OKO. 0. ALl.KX Jeweller, I.IUU Broadway, near JIHh at. A 1 t?r ?BUSINESS CHANCE: I IIAVM HOME VAIc a1 L aw*'.liable Diamond* In pawn; want peraon in 'ail II.eiii lor me; can innke fJUA Addreas LIYINHSTON. Herald olflea. \ .71 VI'111 MONl Aki ~ AMIDDLI-! AOKH uemleman UK piioi'tTRfV OK. ip mrreapond with a marriageable lady oranltnbln ane and m atiiiiier-wLr^ainsiaiicoa, Willi a view ol early marriage; the hlglieal teatimnnlnla aa to character, ancial and financial atan ling given, Addrcaa,glving lull pnrtiaalank box US Herald odioa.