Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 12, 1855, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 12, 1855 Page 2
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jfffllTBEMEXTS RENEWED ETERY PAY. FOR S ALE. $25 nnn -for sai.b or exchange, one op .1'" "I" . tbe most valuable in inotacturlug establish ?riiis id thin cilv, wiili a 12 year*' patent right and a govern ment contract for a large amount; location i>n Bmi lKiin with cheap learn-, atock, kx.l>. machinery, Ac., which la worth W.MQU>$10 000; the paUint right aloue l* worth mure than the amount wanted To a party ol| capital and energy, or a eompuiiy, thia is a chance to realue u tortune in a few /ears. ?* there Is no competition. The whole establishment is well worth $4 000. A Biirvey the promises will satisfy any party feat a for* imfl to the purchaser will ho the result. Terms half a,ah auii liah' real estate. Apply immediately for full parti ??lars, to ('? THOMPSON, .*1 Nassau ilrwt, room tt'. Ar n/lA TO SW,(W0 ? KOK SALE, AN EXTENSIVE manufacturing business, with buildings and uia Jan?r\ connected therewith, < stabllshed for the nasi 44) years. To a business man, who would Intent gome capital, a tortuno nay he insured. For all necessary particulars, apply to ilOWKri A FROBISHER, 84 Naaaaa street. Al CAfl -FOR HAMS, JOB PRINTING OFFICE, <p_I. .l)V/U . connected with a daily paper, and well stock ed with every pattern of type necemarv lor nil claque* of work. Tke establishment liaa a good run of oifctoui work, and now on hand $2,000 worth of public printing. Tint rent will be free till May next. Terms made easy. M<wt Natlsfac'ory reasons k<r selling will be ulven. Call from 2 to 3 o'clock, tor two days at room 1 1 , No. 289 Broadway. ?l ONLY.? FOB SALE, A VALUABLE LEASE fl .Ol/v; of premlt.ee In the uppor part or tbe city. The ?aae has ten yearn to ruu, and will pay fur Itaelf In four years; also, an eight years lease for 16,000. No rent to pay. Apply ?1289 Broadway, room 11. #1 Onn ? FOR 8AI.E? THE LEASE, 8TOOK AND %>?*? 'A " ' Y ? fixtures of a bakery, situated on one of the beat avenues In the city, now doing a large and profitable business; also a first rate thread, needle, und dressmaking establishment, now doing a splendid business. Apply at 289 Broadway. GEORGE W. SIMKltS. ?FOR KALE? AN OLD ESTABLISHED OHO _ j eery corner store on one of the principal thorongli . doing a large business; rent low, with long lease; horses and wagons Included. Sold at a great sacrifice, on account of death fn the family. Apply lo CAMPBELL <t COMPANY, 113 Muunl-ers street. Arnn ?for hale? the lease, fixtures and 3p? )v"i goodwill of a gentlemen's furnishing store, having Ac bent location on Broadway, doing a nourishing business, mid will lie wild at a bargain. Any person wishing lo engage In a profitable business, long ea'ablwhad, will And this a rare cuportunity. the proprietor having other engagement*. Ad dress K. S. T., Herald ollice. ? A f\l\ WILL BUY THE LEASE, STOCK AND FIX JpH OU lures of a grocery and liquor store that baa been established this 16 venr-; sufficient reaaou given for selling out, by applying on the premises, 14H West Seventeenth street, between Seventh anu Eighth avenues. Aq/w\ WILL BUY A VALUABLE PATENT MEDICINE; lias been in use two years with success. To a smart, enter) rMng man. w itli a small capital, this Is a chance seldom met h i b. All uecc.-ssry apparatus for manufacturing aliow hills, boxes, marking plates or brands. Iuqulro at itli King street, of J. K. HEATH, this day after 4 o'clock. *7/T -A RARE CHANCE FOR A SMALL CAPITAL.? ?P I ll. A light manufacturing business, paying from 1,000 to 1,200 per cent, will be sol- 1 for $7,1; theowner leaving the city Hie reason for selling. Address W. E., Herald oQlce, stating where an interview may be had. $750 area, doii A HOI1HE FOR SALE? WITH THREK LOTS OF OROUND in 21st strei t, near tbe fttli avenue, Brooklyn, one or two ?otolites' walk from railroad, in a very Improving neighbor heod. The bouse. Is built of the best material*, replete with ?very convenience, containing 12 rooms, marble mantels, Ac., 9 pantt iert and store rooms, cellar in front, under the walk. TSe garden is in fine condition, with fruit trees of every variety, grape vines with a lurge growth of Isabella grapes, Ac., Aij.; will be sold at a [-real sacrifice, 75 per cent miy remain on ?tortgage for a term of years. Apply to HENRY RIELL, 220 Church street, New Y urk. ^ ALARtlE FEED AND FLOUR STORE FOR SALE? Established twelve jetirs, and doing SdO, 000 lo $75,000 a year; Inen'iun unsurpassed, being only ono block from the ink, and has a large number of regular customer;; capital required about $2,000. HOWES A FROBISHER, 84 Nassau strce'. A FLOATING DRY DOCK FOR SALE, OR WOULD BE r*rhsnged for u vessel, or an Interest In one. ? This Is a aclendld chance for a business man to make money. Prlee $CW00. Fur further and free particulars apply to HOWES A FROBISHER, H4 Nassau street, A BAKERY? A SHORT DISTANCE FROM THE CITY, now paying $20 it week. The horse, wagon, baking utensils, and everything complete, will bo sold for $230. This Is a gnodtrhauce tor a Herman. The bakery, house, and lot, will be sola if required. HOWES A FROBISHER, 84 Nassau street. 1 DRY GOODS STORE FOR SALE? THE STOCK, i" a general assortment of staple and fancy dry goods, the ?cation unsurpassed In thcuclty, being In u leading business ?nrovghfare: the lesse of store, stock, Ac., will ho sold on reasonable terms. The ruii lpts of the store $S0 to $100 per ?ay. Apply to HOWKH A rUOBIsTIER, 84 Nassau street. k BOABTHNG HOUSE, IN ONE OK THE BEST LOCA- I -J\ ttcrui 111 Ur.nkl 777T : 1 , mi- So.u.? >ut: luriuture will be sol i at ? ? bargain, and the bcusc, uoh- full of good paying boarder*. Part of Uk purchase money will be boarded out, 11 desired, ap ply to HOWES k FBOBISHEE, 81 Nassau street. A HARK CHANCE AND NO HUMBUG.? FOR BALE. A (ca store, alu moderate price, established nince the last fcur year?, doing u good business, with a good run of custom, Id one or (he principal locations In Williamsburg. Reason tor K, IK beulth of Uio proprietor. Inquire at ISO South Sixth geUln#, ?Creel BARGAIN.? A FARM FOR SALE ON LONG Island, containing l'orty-flve acre*, for 91,100, five him I of which may remain; two hours' vide from New York; I bouse and Warn and fruit trees. 1# particulars Inquire of H. WORTH1NGTON, or Ueorge W. Clapp, 48 Fulton ~ ' et, N.Y. OOAL YARD FOR BALE.? ONE OF THE VERY BEST In New York, corner of Fourteenth street and Ninth me, all full lot? un a lorn: and favorable loaae; four excel hoine* and carta, fixture* and everything In llneordi'r, A large burner.". A rare opportunity to step Into a ?>lendid business. J. T. HODGES, racific Loan " raclfcc Bank. A MILK AND BUTTER DEPOT FOR SALE ? SITUATED up town, near a Qrst class market; It is altnatcd on a aoroer, the place well known, ami doing an excellent busi ness. l'rlcc for fixture*, ftc.. $88. To he sold this day. Ap ply to HOWES A FliOBISHKR, 84 Nassau street. Beautiful country seat, and valuable farm 1 of eighty-six acres fi.r .tale ? With llr*t class mansion, ^er vant'a house, anil outbuilding', flftceu miles rroin New York. Teu trains pasa dally; tire minutes' walk from the depot. Must fee seen to he appreciated. Will be soli at a bargain. Apply tO'F. S. C A SLICKS 34.1 Broadway, up stnlr.s, or address H. FsM, Ellzabr.b City, N. J. COTTON MILL FOR SALE, TO CLOSE AN ESTATE. V/ The subscril er will sell ut private sale the cotton mill at VMersoti. New Jersey, know n as Harmony Hill, containing se venteen looms, one willow s, two pickers, nineteen cirds, two Rawing frames, five speeders, one grinding t rame, ten l>an fcrtb spinning frame, two pairs of mules, warping mill and seeding frames, Willi all other fixtures and ute.nscl? for manu fcsUiilng. all in good running order. The mill and dwoUtno lamsu stand ou letiM-d around, with light rent and a perpetual lease: Inquire of FlERKE J 11KRTINE, AdnUnls'raU>r, 24 Warren street, np stain, or JOHN H. HEDLEY, Attorney, 90 Hassan street. COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR HALE AT FLUSHING? eu Whifi stone avenue, about one inlli- from the railroad depot, adjolnln;; the late residence of Gardiner Hnwland, Hs<|., containing about 111 am s ol land, with genteel liouso, ?>nbfo, barn, carriage bouse, Ac.; line lawn: fruit and shrubbery In abundance. A ppl* to CIU. F. TOY, at C. H. Sbeohaii A Son's, CI Maiden mm. D BUG STORE? FOR BALE, IN A FINK LOCATION ON one of the prinelpnl avenues doing a fair busln^is ? A Rood opportunity for a druggist or physician; prion. #1, UK). Wo agent need apply; address DRUGGIST, Union Square Fast office. Farms and unimproved lunds for sale, in Sullivuri county, New York, ncac Hhohola depot, tint svill doable lo value in two year*. ? One hundred acres improved, with fine buildings, $1, HOO to (2,300; two hundred acres Im proved, good buildings. Kt,4.'0to 96 (ton. Terms easy. Very bmt land, with second growth of wood, Co 60 per acre: wood aalls for cash at 98 60 per <ord. Mauv farms like the ?bovc are selling from 94,000 'o 9111,000, aul lan 1 it 940 to 9100 Kicre. One good birui til Oii?v . cheap; one splefidld In Ni w Jersey, uliietoeii uii.es om Patorson, 1SS ner"s, 94,100 ? ?1,?00 rush; three farms at I latksUnvn, Rockland aoun v. cheap; Iwo splendid cotmlrv seats on the Hudson river, at Nyack, at a great bargain? time to N,-w York, one mid a fcalf to 'wobours; toBulflvsn coun'y. three and a half hours. If you want good farms, that will pay Troll, do not miss this chance. Also, a lot ol good laud at ,-i i!o, Sullivan coin ?f, 9* to 96 per acre. Apply a: J V.VNDEItHILXHI, 67 Ful ton stnet. -HOR FALE-OR TO LEASE FOR A NUMUKP. OF years, on reasonahh- terms, eighteen ln's. hv 100. known 4H1hc (In tier: berg furry property, ftonUuc the North river, op ?Mde Sixtieth street, v Ith the water privilege sultabld lor ?H^er or coal Imslnfrss, t>hlp huiMing or mauufa^lurlnc pur rM, In a crowing nelgljl irlioe 1. For particulars, Inquire of H KC k Kit , North Hohoken. II. If. A F. BRIfNJIW, 378 Washington Slroet, or ULANDKit A STKIL, 01 Murray sg-oel. F?. n RALE-ONE OF THOSE BEAUTIFUL BROWN afoiM: houses, on the north aide of Thirty sixth street, l>e n Lrxlngtou and I'outth avenue ., built In tlie latest stylo with all toe nmlcrw Improvements, one of the best streets M tbe city. Inquire on till premiK'S. r)B P\LE? TWO THREE STORY BROWN STONE front houses, with ba*> ir.int and under cellar, and h i h alaops. In Forty revond street, 300 fett west nf Pixth avcune ?allroi d aitd It 6 feet rait of llroixlwny, on 'tilth side of Fort. - asers.il street; Uuse bouses arc built In the mini hii1h4uii|.i1 and vortma' like nutun>-r, with all the racsl rn Iniprovejii'n's. ?arh as w atcr. pas, bells, rpeaktnc tubes Ac. Terms easy. Ikqnlrc of J. ilRIGi iH, 1M1 west Tsrenty-sereiith st. rtR SALE? THE COTTAGE BUILT FRAME HOUSE, (tilled In w ith brick,) 30 Hanover pk c. ne.ir Ful o i ?venue. Ilrooklyn. with range, pa* fixtures, hfithlng room, Ae.j *a yard Is filed w lib a rare a?-orlmeni of How er*. gr.<|v- vines, St. ro-es?k'ti given In ono mi nth, If n quired. For trirms, lyeir.- . n the premises, or of HOW ABU A BEO , 99 rtitoa ?vsaos eomi-r llrelj/e street, Brooklyn. r?R HALF? IN Till MOOT HEALTHY AND PLEASANT pari of ltn<Alyn, two t? t co'tiige built houses and bits. nswnandli.n ene nf the nnest views In Ui? ell/. Houses two sssry and ly- mw hard tlnlslied and ' ? >rni< nd centre pio-'tsi, ?relied parRira, large lote '2ft by IM, prfee vnly 91,860; terms ? y, considered eheafi will double In ml ?/>. Apply on th mramtf n. Itereen stm-t. betweu Grand and tllassoti aveauoa. WMsii aienuc ran ps? wiUop a -hor. dlstars e. PC* HALE? THE LEAKE OF A FIRST RATE DOARD M* Ing house, lo< a'ed In one et t V tint part* of 'h.- eltv; th? Iw las two years sihI etoM inontks in riin The house eon tains nine room*. Ken' 911 69 per inoutli Win he sold i-Jieap f or sash, with or wlUioiit furniture. Inquire m the oreiub-rs 991 Bowery. LViR HAI?? THE THBn JlT OBT AND A ITIt7 STORK J? and dwelling house 111 NImd avtutie? loti.' il t v i m deep tacettirr with ihe three sirf^^nrk dwelUog house the re.ir.' Separate entranes to rear dwe'llng. The above la one tbei ?e?? locations for 1 uslx.ejs Terms easy, liejulre. ati thu pt : r" * HALE-NEAR ROSSEVILLF, KTATEN ML V N D, two -pirndid s:iutll farms, on* of nton acroa and opt <>f I iMcrensei'is. griod buildings, fine gardea, Ac. Applj at .1 VAKllKHUh.l H, r,7 rnl'Mi street SIR HALF-OS FAVORABLE TERMS, AN EIOtrT year s ivase wl-|, ?'o. k ao4 fixture* It d' sired, of u l?r?? ? jroeery store, on one the best avenue- In tiilaclir. To ?|M>rm>o WFI mean , he e.in ripke a fhrtiuie. Addre-s H. H., Herah! ofiie,-. stating where an inierrlew eui be hud. rR SALE? A VAI.ITABI.F. rnt.PKRTY ON THE H Bostoo roa-l, situated brtwe?a the r.ila?es ?f Weal Faruis MMl tforrisania, rrn.-t?Mns < f about iwo ?i)i . half terM of fsed land, m a high state of . nlitvadon ' m 'be preints- * Ui' rs nre two (ouifortabls dwellings and twogool wel'aofuura water; rttaated in a most respectable nelghlKirh.s? a.f/>'.nUM 'he hnda of John lleck and Tht t.i** E W.itki r, Kv|r?., being wtthm ten minutes' walk of the M'.rrl*snia deio*. wta-re ths W?wt Farm* -Uiges | u-s 'o nieet eeorv train *>opptu? a? anld Title Indisputable. F. S ? For further psrtteu^rs ?r. en ihf | iemi e ? to tie ?wnfr, W 11,1,1AM BOLTON, TOR SALE. I tor halk-a town BUSINESS: ONE OK rm: brrt in the city of Bmokllyn, office, sheds racks, A ', ail ? ? pood (nock, dninu a business of tfiO 000 a ye*r, with nxj?l profits. a* books will show. It is a change se'uknn met with, id uny person desirous ot' entering iu the business Kor particulars, apply to VflOMAS \ STREET, M}t Pino .-tree' IjK)R KALE. -THE STOCK AND FIXTURES OF A FIRST '?lu.-vi imuUv grocery, situated on co. nur at Lexiujtuu avenue ami Twenty seventh afreet, hold as the present owners are point* In the wholesale business. A lea>e oan ha huil. or the property u ill lie Mid; consisting of a three story brick house ami stable. Apply lo W. E. A W. SPARKS. FOR ? ALE? IX WKtWC? TO COUNTY, A HAND, some Urge black horse, warranted sound and kind, nine years old; also a neat mm, for one or two seam, nude by Brewster A Lawrence, and harness; all iu best order, together or separately. Price tor tho whole, 9250; inquire ai (07 Uiu.nl way, room 28, betv oen 1 and 3 o'clock. FOR SALE ? A GROCERY; one ok the BEST STAND 1 iii tli!* city; has been established for the bint ten years, mid doing a law and profitable business among Oral class customeis. Will bo dlapomd of with theliou?e and leoao of the lot tor twenty years. Inquire on the premises, 174 Third ave nue, corner oi Seventeenth street. No agents need apply. For sale. -two four story English basement dwelling houses, adapted for a family on eaeli lloor, neatly built, w itli iron balconies and court yard In front, sultao Nos. W2 and JtM East Nineteenth street; term* very easy. Apply to N. W. A R SXUYVfcriANT, No. b Wall street. For sale.? a hail poat, sloop iugoed, sofeet loin;, 10 l'eet beam, <sB,iper fastened, built by Fish A Mor ton, one year old. In perfect order, tuoaplt.s oV sails, anil as fast as anything of her length, and very safe. Will he sold low if applied fur oou. Address Hall Boat, bo* 2,238 Post ofUcs. For sale? a soda water manufactory, moo less than value, on account of sickness; hastwoicood horses and wagon, and good routes In New York, Brooklyn and Wil liamsburg. A line addressed to A. Z., Herald otlico will re ceive attention. For sale? a firht class business, which has been established for a number of years, having one of tho best locations on one of the principal streets on ihe west side of the town, now doing a nourishing business, and will bo sold at a bargain. Any person wishing to engage in a profitable busi ness, long established, will And thla u rare opportunity. For further particulars apply at 261 Grecnwicb struct. For sale? an oyster saloon on the corner of Eighth avenue and Twenty-third street, opposite Ktdcker bocker Ilall. Inquire as abov?, from 10 to 12 A. M. IilOR SALE? IN TH K TOWN OF NEW ROCHELLE, WEST 1 Chester county, on the corner of Church street and Cedar road, a house. 34*23 feel, containing nine rooms and a stnro, together with half an acre of well Improved garden. Apply on the premises. For sale in yorkville? a three story frame house, tilled lu with brick and brick baaemeut; walls hard ftn'shed and corniced marble mantels and grates; size of house, .[> by 32. Also, a two storv attic uud basement homo adjoin ing, situate on 90th street, between Third and Fourth avo nues. For particulars Inquire on the premises. Croton water in the street. For sale cheap, or exchange for a city lot, house and lot, on the Northwest of Thirty second ?trecrand First avenue; house 20 * 48 feet, four stories, and cel lar, facing the river. O. KOUGTA1N, 1H3 East Twentieth st. For sale cheap for cahu? the good will and fixtures of n barber sbop. situated In a contra! part of the city, on Broadway. Please address by note X. X. X., Herald ofl.ee, for three days. For sale or exchange, furnished or unfur Mshed? One of the best built and moat pleasant located houses In Brooklyn, witldn five mtnu'es' walk of Wall or South ferries. Lot 26x100; stone front; replete with all modern Im provements; gas, range, furnace, baths, hot, cold and shower, water closets, Ac.; will sell, leaving half or more on mnrtgate, 6 per cent; or would exchange for a small pi ice or farui, lu or near some village depot on New Haven or Hudson lllver Nail mud. Address, with particulars, Andrew, caro H.J. BOWEN, Post oBice. For sat.e or kxchanob.? A noon hotel now doing a paying business, loc ited in a good business street and within ten minutes' walk of the Merchants' Exchange. The furniture and house is nearly new, and will accommodate from seventy-five to one hundred persons. There Is also a Rood billiard room attached to the houso. Will sell the lease, furniture and fixtures as they stand for cash, or exchange for good real estate. Apply to G. B. IIASKEI.L, Real estate broker, 14 Pine street. v For sale, or exchange for city property? 104,000 acres of fine Georgia lands, situated within one hundred miles of Savannah. Also, 5,000 acres Texas lands, situated within fifteen miles of Oalveston. Will be bxehanged or cold on very favorable terms. Apply to L. H. SIMPSON A SONS, 19 Beaver street FOR SALE OR EXCTIANOE FOR DRY OOODB-FOUR brown freestone front houses, with all the modern Im provements, at the corner of Court street and Third place, Brooklyn. Also, a .similar house In Rapelyea street. The bouses, w ith one exception, are let for tho present year. One of them will be sold, with the furniture, If desired, and Imme diate possession given. Aiiii|y st T?A Broadway, or on tho pro mltee^fgupji hovis^lq lb<) pwoit. FOR SALE OR TO LET? IN JERSEY CITY, A NEAT I three florv house, two years old, containing ten rooms, bail; room anil kitchen, tltteeu closets and pautrles, water, and I ?us, chandeliers, Ac., live minutes' walk from this terry. Rent 100. Inquire at No. 50 Essex street, Jersey Oily. It' sold, 70 per cent can remain on bond uud mortgage at 7 per cent. For sale or to let? a splendid seven octave piano, uinde by otic of the best city makers, will bo sold at a sacrifice, on account of the owner leaving the city. To be seen from 8 to 11 A. M., at 100 Elm street, near Broome. Hardware.? for sale, the stock op a h.vrd varo store, which has been established ten years in the luuuls <>t the present proprietor*. The stock of Ktxxls Is at present lifht, A favorable lease of premises, If desired. Apply on Ihe premises, 218 1'acillc street, llrooklyn. Horns AND LOTS FOR SALE, OR TO LET.? FIVE three story brick houses, with all the modern improve ments; situated In Checver place and Fourth place. South llios.klyn. Terms easy. Apply to II. Stevenson, 218 Court street, Brookl) n. HOUSES FOR SALE. ? GOOD INVESTMENTS. ? TWO three story brh k bouses on Twenty-eighth street, between Mad'son and Fourth avenues, (ti,S00; two on Elm street, below White, 93,000; two on Twenty llrst street, near Third avenue, 93,000; two on Twenty sixth street, near Lexlngion avenue, 98,0(0; one on West Washington place, near the square, $11,000; one on Tenth ?trect. 90,000, and a number or tine English base ment houses at 910,000. E. 15. KINSHIMER, 319 Fourth avenue- 3 to 7, 8 to 10. Hotel site for sale- a beautiful hotel site on the borders of Long Island Sound, having a large bouse thereon and *lx acres ol laud attached, with t'ie flee g_B steamboat landing. Inquire of N. W. A H. STli YVES ANT, No. 9 Wall street. IRON SAFE FOR SALE. -A SCI'ERIOR IRON SAFE, I cost 9143; 'will sell for 9100; but little used. Apply at No. Nassau struct, front otllco, lower floor, between 12an<12 ?clock. Rare chance ? a first class daguerreotype and photographic gallery, in the best locution in Bro id way, will lie told very low, as the owner Is going to Europe. The gallery Is In the best working order, ana Join ,' au exten sive business. Inquire nt the daguerrean gallery, 303 Broad way, coi ner of Duaue street. STATEN ISLAND PROPERTY FOR SALE, OR EX change.? Forty acres, tiirmerly owned by Dr. Van lloven burgh, 1'4 miles from K<>ssvillc. House, :n by 40; bai n, gran ary, As.? all in good order. Apply to 1*. C. Bl'l.KLKY, 19 Willi street. TEA STORE FOR SALE.? RENT CHEAP, <9275.1? STOCK for sale, cheap lor cash, situated in the best avenue In the city. Apply or audi t ss at store 4ti t>lh ave. T?1 BUTCHERS AND OTHERS -FOR SALE, A LARGH marble stall lo|i, it will be sold low, as the owner has no further use for It. Apply In Franklin Market. The artto.? for sale, the well known pfb He house called the Artie, No. 2G2 Hudson street, now dot n g a go* si business. Rent low, and will he sold cheap, as the present proprietor Is engaged In o her bndtic. A long lease MO he given. Ajfply os above this day. TO BELL? TWO LAROE FIRE PROOF SAFES FOR jewelry, An., at very low price. Inquire at CHARLES h'l Hf.'S, h!> Nassau street, or WM. ItuHL'S, 8 Cortlaudt r dnv evening a fire in curred In dwelling bouse 34 Trl.llijr tdaie, I j the upsetting of a eampheue lamp. A woman who MI8CBUANBOVg. FORFEITED TO ANY ONE WHO CAN MAKE ?fiHIU n handsomer, lighter, better, and cheaper seal press then Ml NN M I OU<INh' Improved patera, whleh ftstlow oflered tor sale at their general ei, graving uud printing ofliee, lb Nils' au street, one door from Pino. DIARRHlEA. DVSKNTKHY ANI> CHOLERA.? BER NARD'S diarrhiea medicine Is ? safe, speedy an I effec tual prevent'vi and cure for dlarrhies, dysentery. colic, and disorders of the towels generally. Travellers will ftnd ft in valuable, ? < It qnli kli relieves pain and looseness of the bow els, snd comforts end Invigorates the body. For sale by A. B. A D. hands, druggists, lt/0 Fulton street. FRKNt.II MECHANICAL LAMPS, CAROEI.S, AND moderators.? Just received a new luvnlce ol those boau llful biini ?. also a great variety of French gas fixtures, rape seed ml, glassware, Jc, ; hrouxlrg and fire gilding done on the premises; lumps cleaned and repaired by competent wurk meu. If. 1) A KI>0 N V 1 LI.E, 446 Broadway. JjMRE AND ACCIDENT FROM CAMPIIENS.? ONST N Ida . ... . held tin Unnp hud her hands and MOM badly bunted. Mv fouutaln lamp- snd fountain oil will i*>t, cannot explode, hut give a brilliant, smokeless ILht, at a coi t ot one third of a oeol an he nr. For lubrieattng manhtaiery ihlsoil Is uusurr>a*ici!. ?MA VI KW|V AN DERI IOOF, 30 1'ratikfurt street. Henry c. uoodwin, commission paper ware liousr. No. it Ann street, one door from The lire allev, New Yort. ? Paper of all de --crlptliina ntr.de to order on thi shortest netirr; t?s*k and news paper caistantly on hand; tar I sper suitable for rooinng houses, litun; tihlps, and cases f<vc sliipp.i.g goisls to foreign ports. CHOW CASKS ? HOFFMAN A FKRIKIIM SHOW cXsK wsre rooms, 37 Howery, between Walker and Bayard s'reefs. Cs?s made in every style, silver dated, L rase, row and satin wood, inn! ?;-.iny, Ac. N. B. ? Ola cases taken la ex change. Ord< iv | loniptly executed. rjio LOVERS of THE FINE ARM. Alf ?StlMM X 111" n ? A getrtlemau sod lady wlio I. sirs In th" steamer of lite Ltd Inst, and dwtrn po?ain? the ensuta,; nine m >:i>hs In Parts, Floret ee and Itoinc wtll be happy t? mdertake co:n nd-skms to sclert an . purchase paintings, skttuary, A<\, or others of n more business character. The atapleM rrfnrebcea as "o compel, nrv In fii.tr ju'lgu rnt. Slid reipinisll.llttv. Ad dress, forsn interview, Traveller, box 433 New York Post ofl.ee. I 'PON RECEIFT OF *? t WIIJ, FORWARD FULL !N IJ strnctions for the treat men! ol unsaleable hoi tea, and how to double tiielr value In a few months; r? Ipt wor'h 91,009. Addre-s, paid, William Youiighusj, ui.l l>.\ 1M He rs k.' cftee Bl?MAHPa? VMFNSE Hn-LIARD BED.- I WAS THE FIR.-,T Introduce &a slate snd marble beds. BoeatHe n?'y the ?ln?h" lm?c exporlt.ientad nmek to snper?slo iliem; ig snweesAtl, have n<>w mo a', f Ann and 149 r if m street. sim< ehall^iite the world to equal lb?n> for 910.0011. Pur chasers are sure, t* acquainted with all parts of our tables par Ucular'.j ear uushkNis snd beds, whkih defy oHupetbioii. aud are uttd s> paiitma by all other makers. Try theia i-etere ruytng. < nr /^ish'i?s sre In gecrsl me the. ughout Europe Beiier I ' r<x>f caci^t L^r gtiru. C^ths, balls, ks . fir sale. A. BAHHFORD A SOW. BEO A DWA V Mil jITa RD SAIiOON? -TO " LET, TWO ?pei ii'tis ro at No, ft.V, opposite the Colle i"ii> Hotel sjjf iuf;olrlng the P rr- , ,i i ilcust , ]'he Irte.'ifion Is uosiirpaesed by noj other In New York Billiard tables fiir salr-TiTkmost s^i.kvimd sssnr'mint, consl?iin? of ro>ewoo>l, n-.shorsny sad oak, Wl'h Bisrble and slate or wood hsds, Utn par cent less 'ha;t . an he purchased eNrw here; wt'h onr patent else' 4 rishinn, a s,, iriiM t gjrfevsry description. ? 9RIFFIT0 A DECKKR, 00 Atr ?f. ' \ h r A to SHIPPING. For uverpool.? united"ktatbh mail *team stip ATLANTIC, Jan. West, commander ? This steamship will depart Willi the United HUles main lor Kurope positively on Wwluesday, tjeiitetulitr 19. at 12 o'clock, II., froui her berth, ai the footol i iinul mrret. Kor freight or peonage, having un equalled accommodation for elegance and comfort, apply to EDWAKI) K. COLLINS, 56 Wall street. Passengers are requested to be on board by 11 o'clock A. M. Shippers please take notice that t*? ships ot this line cannot carry any good* conirabaud ot war. All letter* must pa * thiouyb the Posl Office, auy oilier* will be n:arn?l. The sieainshlp Baltic will succeed the Atlantic, and sail October 3. 3^HK NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES . mail steamers. ? The ships composing this line are e follow Ing ? ? ATLANTIC! apt. ff?t BAI.TTC, Oapt. Comstoek. PACIFIC, Cupt. Nye. ADRIATIC, Capt. These ships have been built by contract, expressly for government service. Every care ban been taken in their construction, a* also in their engtn es, to ensure strength and *pee<l, and their accommodation* lor passenger* arc unequalled for elegance and oomfort Price of passage from New York to Liverpool in first elans cabin, $130; in second do., <16; exclusive use of extra sice state room, $336; from Liverpool to New York, 80 and 'JO guinea*. An experienced sureon attached to eafch fhip. No L?<th secured until paid for. ntoroeiD vatw ot snuxo. nam ta w tow. niou urxvooi. Wednesday, . . July 26, 1856. Saturday, luly 28, 1855. Wednesday, . . Aug. 8, 1865. Saturday Aug. II, 185K. Wednesday, . . Aug. 22, 1865. Saturdny, .... Aug. 26, 1855. Wednesday, . . Sept. 5,1866. Saturday Sept. 8, 1856. Wednesday,.. F^pt. IB. 1865. Saturday,.... Sept. 22, 1805. Wednesday. ..Oct. 3, 1855. Saturday Oct. 0, 1865. Wednesday, . . Oct. 17, 1865. Saturday, .... Oct. 20. 1 85c. Wednesday,.. Oct. 31, 1855. Saturday, Nov. 8, 1855. Wednesday, . .Nov. 14, 1855. Saturday, Nov. 17, 18.V>. Wednesday, . . Nov. 28, 1865. Saturday, .... Pec. 1, 1855. Wednesday, ..Dee. 12, 1866. Saturday, .... Dec. 15, 1865. Wednesday, ..Dee. 20, 1866. Saturday Dec. 29, 1866. For freight or passage apply to EDW. It. OOLUNS, No. 56 Wall street, New York. BROWN, SHIPLEY & 00., Liverpool. STEPHEN KENNAKD A CO., 27 Austin Friars, Undo*. B. G. WA1NWRIGHT A CO., Paris. GEORGE 0. DRAPER, Havre. The owners of these ships will not b? accountable for gold, silver, bullion, specie, jewelry, precious stones, or metals, unless bills of lading are signed therefor, and the value thereof therein expressed. Shippers, please take notice that the ships of this line cannot carry any goods contraband of war. Empire line for livebpool.? the celebrated packet ship AMERICA, Capt. Uarttow, will positively sail on Wednesday, the 12th September. The accommodations of this superb packet ship are not equalled by any ve-isel out of the port of New York. Applications for cabin, saloon, s? cond cabin, anil steerage passengers, to ho made on board, pier No. 6 North river, or to DKMARE8T A JONES, 40 South street and 36 (lid slip. FOR LIVERPOOL SEPTEMBER 11-THE SUPERIOR favorite packet -hip DE WITT CLINTON, Captain Funk, celebrated lor making short voyages, will positively sail on Tuesday, September 11. She lia? splendid accommodations for cabw. second cabin and steerage passenger*. Applv on board, pier 36 East river, or to WILLIAMS A GUION, 40 Fulton street. FOR LIVERPOOL-SAILS MONDAY, SEl'T. 17, AT 12 o'clock? The well known and favorite paoket ship NEW WORLD, ("apt. Knight. The accommodations I'jroabln, se cond cabin and steerage passenger* are iinsuv|Kis*e.| by any other sailing vessel now In port. Kor passage apply on boar J, at pier 19, loot ol Maiden lane, or to TllOS. C. ROCHE, 83 South street. First packet for liverpool.? to sail posi tively 12th September. The superior new packet ship, ANDREW FOSTER, Captain Swift, will sail as above. Fo. passage, having superior stale room accommodations for ca bin, second cabin and steerage passages, apply on hoard, pier 5 North river, or to C. A. TENEYCE" 67 South street. VTOTICE? FIRST PACKET FOR LIVERPOOL, PAC JA kel 18th September.? The splendid, new and fast sailing packet ship CENTURION, Capt. Combs, will positively sail on Thursday, September 13. The accommodations tor all classes of passengers tit# unsurpassed. Early application* to secure berths, should be made on board, pier 14 E. It., or to TAPSCOTT A CO., 86 South street. FOR HAVRE VIA SOUTHAMPTON? THE VANDER bllt European line of steamship.!.?' The first class new steamship ARIEL, 2,300 tons, Lefevre, master. wlM leave New York from pier 30 North river, foot of Chambers street, at noon precisely, on Saturday, September 22d, for Havre, calling at Southampton to land malls, passengers and specie. First class passage to Havre or Southampton 3110 Second do. do. 60 The Ariel will be followed by the North Star, October 13th. The owner of these vessels will not be accountable for gold, silver, bullion, specie, jewelry, precious stones or metals, un less bills of lading are signed uiprefor, and tlin value thereof therein eipressed. Specie and goods taken at usual rates. No freight received after noon of the day before sailing. No berth secured until paid for. Letters prepaid Wi cents per halt oz., will be received at the office tip to 11 A. M. of the day of sailing, and will be carried in strong India rubber bans un der lock ; and on arrival at Southampton and Havre, will be lmr'?dlsL"'" deposited l|j po^t office^ there. Parcels taken, each prepaid, one dollar and upward*. nxr.D DAT! or SiiuxG. FROM NEW YORK. FROM BiVUl. Ariel Sept. 22 Ariel Sept. 1 Norlh Star Oct. 13 North Star Sept. 22 Ariel Nov. 3 Ariel Oct. 13 North Star Nov. 3 Ariol Nov. 21 Tliese steamships are clawed A 1 at the Insurance office*, and specie and goods will be insured in ' h"in at as low rales or premium as in any other steamships that cross the ocean. ^or^torP^bffiV No. ft Bowling Green, New York. ALBERT N. CHRY8TIK, No. 6 Place do la Hoarse. Pari*. CHRYflTIE, 8CHLOS88MAN A CO., 27 (juai Uassmir Dulavlgne, Havre. FOR SOUTHAMPTON AND HAVRE.? TIIK UNITED States mall steamer ARAOO, D. Linos, commander, will leave for Havre, touching at Southampton to land the malls and pasaengers, on Saturday, September 22, at 12o'cloce, from pier 87 North river, foot of Bench street. Price of passage? First cabin $130 " Second cabin $75 This steamship, In her construction, combines unequalled safety with strength, having five water tight compartments, and so completely protecting the engines that, even in eaao of collision, no Injury could occur to endanger the safety either of the vessel or passengers. An experienced surgeon on board. Luggage not wanled during tlie voyage should be sent on board the day before sailing, market! 'Tlclow." No freight taken on board Attn- Thursday. Sept. 20. For freight or pannage apply to M. LIVINOSTON, 83 Broadway. The ateamer Union will succcwl the Arago, and sail Oct. 20 FOR BREMEN VIA SOUTHAMPTON?' THE FIRST class steamship KRICSSON. A. B. Lowber, commander, will h ave pier 37 North river, on Saturdav, September 15, at noon, lor Bremen, touching at Soutliampion to land mails, passengers, and specie for England and France. Baggage not wanted on the voyage should be sent on board the day be fore sailing marked "below." Letters prepaid, l?\a. par Jj ounce, will be received at the agent's ottice till 11 A.M. of the day of sailing. Flrat cabin passage, $120: eC-.-ond do. do., ffO. For freight or passage apply to DUNn.YM 4 CO., Agents, 13 William street. FOR CALIFORNIA.? NEW YORK AND CALIFORNIA steamship Une, via Nicaragua Accessory Transit. Compa ny. of Nicaragua, proprietors.? Through In advance Of the mall: 700 miles shorter than any other route, avoiding the deadly Panama fever and two miles of dangerous boating In Panama bay. The Nicaragua Une line no connection with New Orleans. The i^ileiidtd double engine st'-am >diip NORTHERN LIGHT, 2,600 tons burthen, CaptAin Tinkle paugh, will leave pier No. 3 Ninth River, al 3 o'clock P. M. precisely, for Punta Arenas, on Thursday, September 20, connecting with the steamship Uncle Sam, 2,(jo0 tons burthen over ti e Nicaragua Transit route, having but twelve miles of land transportation by first class carriages. For Information, or passage at the reduced ratee, apply only to CHAKLtis MORGAN, agt n', No. 2 Bowling Green. Letter bags made up at the office. Stamped letters taken for 6.'* cents each. US. MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY? GREAT RBDCO ? non in price#? For California vis Panama ? The l*ih mu< crossed front ocean tooeosu In four hours, in llrst class rail > ars. Meals on the Isthmus free to s*oi tage piw >engers. Hag gngc for cabin passengers free for 1H0 pound*. Baggage for *!??? rage passengers free tor 50 pounds. Embarking at Pana ma free lor all passenger*, by the following niagnlllcciit stnon ships:? ILLINOIS, UONORA, OEOROK LAW, GOLDEN A (IE, JNO. L. STEPHENS, GOLDEN GATE. The next steamer will be desput cited for Aspinwall on her re pillar day, Thursday, September 20, at 2 o'clock p. M , from the pier foot of WsiTcn street, N. It,, connecting at Panama wilh the Pneltic Mall Stenmpahlp t'otnpany's itnznlAct.nt steam erSONOK Capt. Richard Whiting. The public are informed th.it the P. M. S. S. Co. always hav.t one or more rvtra steamers lying at Panama ready for sea to avoid any possible de'emlon of passenger* or mails. For pose, ge, apply to I. W. RAYMOND, nt the only oil -e >.. nli-s, IT* We,t street, corner of Warren, nvtiuiig T.MIIST Cl.lPPKK FOR PAN KRANt ISOO? flUARAN r teed to sail on or before Thursday, UJth Sept. Ins1.? Dc? patch IJne? The magnificent llrst class clipper ship SKY i.AltK, Stephen B. Dow. master, is now rc-elving her '-argo at [>: 'i 10, Last river, awl will positively hall as above, thin pers sre partb tilsrly requested to send their freight promptly on I i.erd. and to bear in mind that the vessels ot this II n- ar ? w arranted to sail on or before tho day advertised, and in nc ease have been or will he detained. For balance of her small cupacity dlsingagui upply to SUTTON k IX)., SB Scn'h street, corner of Wall. AUfTRALIA-riONEF.R LINE ? CARRYING THE D. S. Mall.? Shippers per clipper ship HLAI'K SEA are re quested to clear their goods at the Custom House this day. Pafsengers will he on hoard, at pV-r 9, N. R., on Wednesday, at I t M The tn atttlftii A 1 clipper bark Goldm KrawiHsuc ceid the Mark Sea. and having two thirds of her cargo posi lively engaged will have lmme>IUte despatch. For freight or panage, apply to * R. WJCAMKRON, No. 6 Bowling Green. Australia-independent linb-the superior A 1 dipper ship H R. Mil, V V , will have the usnsl rtes paich of 'his line for Melbourne, on her ?ocond voyage, having made l.er first In eighty seven day. Her ae'-otiunouat'.ons tor passengers In first anil second lahins are superior to any ship now np. No Iwtvi i en deck passengers taken. Pa?sen^er?isic requested to Inspe. t this favorite ves,,.| before cngsglnjj else where. For freight rr pa sage apply on board, at pier No. H, er, or to ARK F.I. I, A KLLlOTT, IM Pearl street. East rtver, CTEAMMUP ylAEKR CITY -THE iMKRICANSTKAM O shtp ('ompsaij offer for tale their supeitor sidewheel steamship tjuaker i Hy, bulli In lhM. The hull, by Vaughan .% Lynn, Is diagonally hrseed throughout, ate'. , opper listened. Is-ngthoi deek Bi feet; rerisfer measurement 1.4W tlO-fl# lone. The machinery by Merrick A Sons. The engine la a low pi ea snrc ?idc lever marine. Cylinder eilnuhesfn ittatir ter, eight feet stroke; four Iron tabular boilers, and I* furtirhed wi'Ji Pith I'll S tiefli water condenser, t' il n s e<.mtnodallrns of tlie BM elegant deei t IpttMl, Will, large and till sLaierocnr-n: Unpro vided with nfe boats, life preservers, Ac , In a -' orWauce, with eels of f'<Hig t eas relating thereto. For sp.ied, Kifety atd :<no fort ?he la equal to any ateaui "hip in the United Suites, ae no ex pense haa bee d spared tOBUike ncr Best class tn her .?n?trui thai She to now In orde#|or Immediate < rvlee. For further pariicilarsli ii- reoft'a# fAMf'S H. HOIHJDON, Um> OSI.Y aiiU? ir1"ed agent for thesis, on l>oard the ship, above Vine ?tre? ' , lu the port of PHILADELPHIA. UP MAIL STFAMPWI1P COMPANY FOR HAVAKA ? i : d New Orleans? On Ki ndav Septcn.twr 17, ?t 2 I P. M from pier fool of Wai? -n s'rcet.N. R . the well kaawn and favcr'ie 'teemshlp CKFSf^.VT CITY. Captalo John Mc Gmvan, hevlng been (I.orouitfr/ overhauled and put la tr?t cl ars cn.diuoe, will resume tat place in the line and tail as above. Passage mi he sec ured at the nar.panv'a oflce. Freight to *-w Orleans 10 cents per cubic foot. Shippers will he supplied with t>?*ik bill* of lading of Jie form signed hy the -ontpnnv m sop'ert'.on it th-'lr rfflce. No o<her r>emastgjinl. and no MUs ot M?( ?i:i be idgne 1 at'er the hour of setting For freight ?t paw age apply at the eAee of Jte eompany, 171 We< afreet, corner ef Warr?n. M. O. ROBERTS. IOOTBIANA UM FOR VKW ORLEAMH.? TltR PAtTC J etshlp CI- le i OW, t apt. Williams, will sail on MotKlay. iMfi ?pUiy1W4 for Who, 'il in firtl ?.'ffrmiro a' it# I *rr#t .ViPO, ft wtMll lor A# 'f4<trr). riv.ur? (irt y tioiMUFN A ?R0.,lWS? lustre* 1 SHIPPING. Black n \ll i ink ok packets fob uvKRPOot^ fhc pu- l.et ship FIDELIA, Captain Maegill,will poslUve ly sail on t-aturilay: Ihe 16th September. For leruu of pas gage, spply un but id loot ol tieekman Street; Kant Bivcr, or to JACOB WILSON. 106 Southstreef.

FOB savanah? fabe reduced.? tjie unwbd Htates mail steam-hip STATE OF GEORGIA, Capt. J. J. Garvtn, will leave Philadelphia for Savannah on Wednesday, fiplf mix r 12. .it IU o'clock A. M. Fan', M); steerage, IB. The KEYSTONE STATE will leave as above on Wednesday, September 18. Agents In New York, SCR ANTON A TALL MAN, 1)1 Old alip, where State room* may be secured. Fob savannah and fkobida-unitbd states mall llur.? The new and elegant steamer AUGUSTA, ('apt. Thomas Lyon, will leave on Wednesday, 12th Septem ber, from pier No. 4, North river, at 4 o'clock P. M. Bill* of lading signed ou board. For freight, apply on board, or for put sge to S. L. M1TCII ILL, IS Broadway. Cabin passage lo Savannah J2S; for Florida, through tickets from New York to Jacksonville, $31; to Pllafka $33. The Alabama, Capt. Geo. B. Sebenck, will succeed, and aall on Saturday, iOth Sept FOB CHABLE8T0N? SEMI-WEEKLY IT. S. MAIL LINE. The new and taut going steamer SOUTHERNER, T. Ewan commander, will leave pier No. 1 N. K., on Wednesday, Sept, 12, ai{4 o'clor k P. M., precisely. For freight apply ou lmard, where all bills ol lading will be signed ftuid for pannage, having superb accommodations, at the office or 8POFFOKD, T1LKB TON A CO., 29 Broadway. The Marion will succeed, and leave ou Saturday, September IS. rSOI'THF.BN TBAVELLEBS.? THE U. B. M. STEAM ahip HOANOKK. Capt. Skinner, will leave pier 13, N. R., on Wednesday, 12>1> Inst., for Petersburg and Richmond. touch ing at Old Point Comfort. Paasengers for the South will pro ceed via Petersburg without delay, aud will arrive In Weldon, Wilmington. Ac., as soon and with a" little expenae an if they went via Norfolk. They need not apprehend any danger from Hie fever, as the s lilp Uoea not gn near the Infected cities. Pan save and fure, stateroom Included, to Old Point, $8; to Peters burg, or Richmond, f 10. Apply to LUDLAM A PLEASANTS, 38 Broadway COPARTNERSHIP NOTICES. (fti a nnn ? lafarge hotel.? a gentleman ?1U .UUU ? Is desirous of obtaining a partner in ihe above splendid and enmtiiodlotiH hotel, situated on Broadway. None but those having the cash need apply, aud no agency need annwA-. This In a rare opportunity tor a gentlemen of respectability and means. For an Interview call at 167 Bleeckor street, between 7 and 8 o'clock P. M. <#?/> Ann -WANTED, a silent pabtner, in a 'TpU.UWU. business strictly done lor cash. His pun of the proflta will amount to about $41) per week, without his giving one inoment'a attention to the business. Address Enter prize, Herald office. <#? A nnn TO w.ooo.? ANY person wishing to flpT.UUU Invest the above amount In a lucrative manu facturing business, which la secured by letters patent, which have 12 years to run, can And a favorable opportunity to do so by calling at Uio corner of White and Elm streets, second floor, room 41. Call from 9 to 12 o'clock, and from 1 to 5 P. W., for three days. AO nnn ?partner wanticd in A MANUFAC ipi).UUU. tilling business established ten years, one branch being a monopoly. No agents uecd apply, or persons utraid of their shadows. Real name and addrcssonly uttende 1 to. Address, post-paid, J. H. K. Post office. (fro nnn TO *?.000.-A business man with ths ipO.vUlt above in cash, and Is not afraid of bis own shadow, can hear of an opportunity, where there can be at least $20,0C0 realized in a snort time, by calling ou R. VAN VEI01ITEN, IS Wull Street, second floor. nnn ?A OOOD chance TO ENGAGE IN BU jU" 'v. slness.? A partner wanted In a respectable, es tablished and perfectly safe business, yielding a Inndsome in come. The business is mercantile in its > haracter, buying .end selling goods of various descriptions. For particulars, apply t ) HOWES A FROBI3HKR, S4 Nassau street. djj 7 Cn ?A PABTNEB WANTED WITH THIS AMOUNT, ?jp I 'J't ? in an extensive manufacturing business tha' his been established some years, with 1,000 customer*. The man is wanted to attend to the out door department. For particulars apply to HOWES A TROBISHKS, & Nastau street. dfcjrnn 0P WOO.?' WANTED, AN ENERGETIC MAN <JP? JU" / wltb this amount, to join the advertiser iu a ple.v eunt and profitable travelling enterprise, very popular. To n man of the right stamp, $60 per week will bo guaranteed. Call on Mr. WELLS, 408 Broadway. (J?ffr?n-pARTNER WANTED IN A CASH BUSINESS ?TuUU that Is paying flrom$3;000 to$4,()00 .i year. Tosguu tli man ol respectability and business habits the above otters rnro inducements. None others need apply. Inquire of Ctmpcll A Co.. real estate agents, 113 Chambers street. dj/4 nn-pAllTNER WANTED IN OBTAINING A iflTuU patent on a machine recently invented, and that must necessarily come Into general use throughout the country. To an energetiu man of business, Ihe above is a rare chance. Ap ply to Campbell A Co., real estate agents, 113 Chambers street. <fel ??n T0 *200.-WANTED, AN ENERGETIC MAN ?pi*)" with the above atnovnt, to becomc one-half owner ill, and attend the liiianclal department of a sale travelling en terprise; just returned from a profitable tour, and ready (o slart Weil and Koilth. This is a rare chance, as $SHI per month can be realized. Cullou J. H. DAVIS, French's Hotel, opposite the Park. iinn ?A GOOD CHANCE FOR A BUSINESS MAN. iflvU. The advertiser wauls a partner in a dining an I oyster saloon, with a good bar attached; situated in a lies' rate location. Apply at "5 Bridge street, eorrcr of York, Brooklyn. DISSOLUTION.? NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the co partnership heretofore existing between Herman Bihmsand Ucorte Tennis, has been, by mutual consent, dls ro ved HERMAN BEHRNS, New York, Sept. 10, 1865. OEORGE TENNIS. PARTNER WANTED? WITH A CASH CAPITAL Or' $6,000, in a foreign commission house; the cup'.ul will bo secured by slock; no risks and fair profits. Address M. A. R., Herald office. PARTNERS WANTED? WITH A CAPITAL OF FROM one loflvo hundred dollars, to travel throughout the Unite t States, to sell npa'ented article, recently discovered, which Is of great value. None need apply unless having the means at their command ; lostich, an opportunliv will be offered as Is ?eld. m met wi h. Apply at A. M. H1NKLKY A CO'S Ex press, 110 ltroadway. TO CAPITALISTS. ? A GERMAN BREWER HAVING been engaged In the manufacture of lager bier In UiU city for a number of years and wishing to extend his limine .< on a large i rale, so as to meet ihe present 111 Teased demand ? it having beeoine popular with all classes? wishes to eonnr. t himself wilhsomo American gentleman who could furnish a capital oi' $20,000, either as active or silent partner. Tue ad vertiser is well and favorably known In tne community as reedVds character, means, and capabilitlca, It being conceded to him to be almost the best brewer among his countrymen. Any gentleman of rood standing and business iiablis, an l with the above named capital, wishing to enter into this bust m ss, will be fully satisfied upon all points, and all coinintiui calMBalll be regarded as strictly confidential. The advec User lirl|>i n to receive answers to this until the 17th Inst., but will not take any notice of fictitious names, or the replies of agents. Eons flde answ ers, giving real name, residence, and staling t'me and plare nt an interview, will be immediately, honorably, and confidentially attended to, by addressing a note, with these particulars, to Brewer, Chatham square Post office. P. S.? The business is now In full and successful operation, and all materials necessary, on band and in good order. The copartnkbship of douohebty, finlay a CO., Iron founders, ft this day dissolved, by ihe withdrawal of John Dougherty and .Tames Finlay. The business will be continued ai the same place by William and Hugh B. Dough erty, by whom all claims due to and by said II rm will be set tled. The style of firm will be William and Hugh Dougherty, WILLI \M DOUGHERTY. IH'OH It. DOUOHEBTY. ? JOHN DOUGHERTY. Feplember 7, INK. JAMKS FINLAY. PROPOSALS. Proposals.? optics or tbk ootxrnors ofthr Almshouse, Augusts. IMfi -To plumbers? Seile.1 pro posnla will he iccelved by the Cioveruors of the Altnnb 'Uho ni their efllee, Rotunda, Park, until 2 o'clock P. M. of the 17th inrt., for the plumbing work of the new Hmull Pox llo pl'ul 01 Blnckwell'i r?litnd. The speelflrailon for the a!>ove work tail lie seen nl their oflle, and proposals to be aooOTMieiiied wl h (he names of tun responsible persons, with Ihetr ???mH Id writing, ?? leeurlly for the faithful performance of the contract; nlid the doveruors reserve to themselves the right of rejecting any nml all offers not deemed by them advantageous to the Department mkhical. Dr. w*rd>s pnkortunatk's friknd, and other unrivalled MMW arren In |M hour the nti..' of certain diseases, *0 frightful If left lo themselves, ervllOHK all the poisonous - "ecN of disease In a f?w days, and axoeed *M the sarruparllla In the world, ilia medicines are a boundless boon to the unfortunate. All anxious for a cure arc certain ol ohtalnliiir ibe same without any delay, (treat atbmtioi. to ever' i n.-'-, and a cure always warranted. Oflicc, i!ana] street, one door i-?.?t ol Broadway. Dr. OOBBKTT, 19 1)1! A ME 8TRRRT. HKMBBR OF THR ,Ne\> York University, mav be oofMUltod on private dk m<Fl. Twrnty fo'ir years In ni? speciality enables him U> guarutitee permanent cures. DR. HINTWR, NO. 3 DIVISION STRRRT, NF.W YORK, hi long and favorably known to the public, may be con sulted at hi* ojd office, where he has practised In 0:10 branc-a of medicine for the tu?t 24 years, and inade more cure* than ?Tiy other man In the rliy, In many IIWtMW of ponaiia con sldf-red Incurable, seme of whlrh he has permission to refer ui as heretofore. Charges moderate, and ill all r?-ei a sure guaranteed. t'aotlon.- My remedy, Hunter's re<l drop, that cures ?ei4et di?ea?es without drying ita poison in the blood, '-an only he had a:> above. Price (1. Call and get the Monl or of Health. DR. RALPH'S OFFICRS? MS SOPSTOW STRRKT, NIIAR W outer; !? to 12 A. M., 6 to D P. U. 8undayjs*c? pftd DRTOOISTS ANT) OOUMKT MERCHANTS WII.I, find it to their advantage, while In town, to supply ih. u pt-lvrs wllh Dr. Dnpcnro's golden pills. Indies who have n-ed thi in cay they ere Infallible, and all druggist* should keep them. Sold who eh ale and retail by C II. Kmc, aoroer Kraut way and John -treet; Barnes 4 Park, corn'1 r itruadwa> and iMiane, A. It. A D. Sands, corner William anil Kut'on. HalL Rui kle A Co , 220 flreenwleh street; Whitehead A Bro., lsj Greenwich street, and O. V. Cllekener A Co., Ill I Barclay street, Kew Vork. W. B. Zelber. 44 South third street. Phila delphia; French A Blehattie, corner Tentli and kfcrket ?tre?n, Philadelphia; Weeks A Potter. 144 Washington street, llo*; m, and Itrown A Bro., No. 4 Smith Liberty ?'reet. lisitimo ? MLARMONT, PARIS ASD 1/)NIK)N PHYSICIAN ? and surgeon, author of the "Medical Adviser sud Ma' riagc liuule," MA pages. 7ft engravings, (mailed, aeaie.t rlose I y, lor St.) consulted at 42 Read- st reft, corner ?f Bronihv.iy, trom II A. M. to 2, and from 6 to <> P. M., Sunday* excepted. Thiiee at a distance treated by mall and rxprese. We enontr with o'her papers In recommending Br. L and his treatise ? ? four, de KtAl* line*, (Waale Zeltung, .National Democrat, As. PRIVATE CONSULT ATIONS.? DR. WATHOV CON. lne> hla practice to one class of dtaeasc. In m hieh be has treated more than twenty thousand eases, without one Instance ol failure. The remedies are mild, anil <lo not kkep toe patient frr m business, or expose him 10 defection, while In moot re cent cs?es there Is a cirs in twenty-four l.oiire. Dr. Watson d' .lret to Hale tint, a? many have been ieceleed by the pre ttiiwi of certain charlatans, and been injured by drugs pa tlents are respectfully Invited to eall m the first place as there la no i barge lor cons ultatienr. W II. I.I AM WATSON, M. D., many yeare surgeon to the l-oek Hospital; autbor of ' "rtie ('sum and Cure;" nuiueroua piatet, $1. Oflice, M Walker street, near Broadway. MWT IMPORTANT TO THR LADIES.? -DB. OBISS HER'H i-elelirsleil menstrual plllaare moat asVndahlng hi thcire/Ieeta In reaching and nmorlnf the vartotui Irregijlarl tles, adppreaidoiii and obstructions of nature. Speelally adapt ed for f?naie?. they ad like a charm, to gently and mildly, and yet M> invert*! i| e#!eaclou?ly. never UUli? to aflhrd relief, and always a**?'"^foI as a preventive. Marrlnl ladles will And particular iMtructlMi tn Ote Alrectlone, In whlchare stated the varVnia ?v nitons hy which the causes of the suppression my fe determlrnd, a* well as ad'lceef the utmaetlmpovuw.ee. Prk? (1 a bog, containing est- licit dlreetkma. Bach h?i I* .ignad hy Dr. H (1. dtlssrer. 8eU at at,**, ?,? and AM Urandnric , )?4 alel 22C ^P'">g etreat, 111 and 133 IteneUm ?Utet; l?i IViweiy, 2T> and UC lireenwtch ?f*eL ??ir Terk city and at Apotti'.arv s Hall, Fttaabethtcwu, N. J Allor iters are to he addressed to Dr. R <t. tlKISHNIlR. H7H laherty street, N< m Snt<r ri to fox ? ?M Few Tort Feel OWtcl r. od a leJ wUi be setu hy ;t'.~rr K4U, AMUSDMEOTS. VTJBWW GARDEN.? A' Wbdkbhiay Irmmi. S*i-r 12. 1848. THK PYNB AND 1IABRISON COMPANY IN Donizetti'* I ouilo Opera ? . ^ DAUGHTBB OF TUB REGIMENT. Marie, the Vlvandler Miss Louisa Pyne X??'? V ? Mr. W. Harrison Sulpezio Mr. Horncastle | Hortenae Mrs. Swan Man hioness j?yne Thursday? BOHEMIAN GIRL. Tickets... Fllty cents Private Boxes * . . .ag Orchestra Sestts $1 Box office open dally, from 8 A. M. to 4 P. M., for securtna Orchestra Heals and Private Boxh* only. Change of tlmo ? Doors will be open at 0)i. to commence at 7X o'clock. "1 1HTTROPOMTA N TIIEATRE.? jVL On WEDNESDAY, September 12. Doors open at 6 )? o'clock? wilt commence at 7% pre - elsely, with Scribe's popular drama of ADRIENNE LHOOOVRBUB. Adrienne Mile. Rachel Supported by all the company. On Friday, 14th, the sixth performance of Mile. Rachel's engagement In New York. WALLACE'S TIIEATRE? OPEN FOR THE SEASON:? Mr. Wallack Lesson ami Manager. Mr. Lester Stage Manager. WlD?r*DAT, September 12, 1865. NEVER ACTED, < A new five ac' Comedy, new Scenery, Furniture and ap pointments, I ailed the THE GAME OF LOVE. Paul Weldon Mr. Lester Councillor Corydon Foxglove, Mr. H. PlMidB (Ills lir- t appearance at this theatre.) Ted Murphy. ..Mr. Brougham | I<aurence de Mertle. ..Stoddart Jacob Chubb Mr. George Holland (Ills first appearvnee at this theatre.) Mr. Grace Mr. Stewart I Major Doollttle. . . . Mr. Oliver Cupt. Sllra Mr. Colby | Thomas Mr. llurko Alice Deverenx Mrs. lloey Miss Phu'be Tangle Mrs. Vernon (He i' II rut appearance at this theatre.) Mrs. Laurencc de Merita Mrs. Brougham Perkins Mrs. Stephens | Miirv MIsm Carman Guests at the lial Costume, Servants, Ac. Mr. LA MANNA will resume bis position as conductor of (he Orchestra. Overture to Le Lac des Feel. Tiik K.nthb Act Music ill New and Varibd. To conclude with, (first time here) the celebrated fan e called THE MOTHER AND CHILD ARB DOING WELL. Mr. Snugaby, a planter Mr. SUxldirt Lieut. O'Scupper Mr. Norton fills first appnaranco at Uils theatre.) Mr. Felix Flufl'ey Mr. Harry Hall tHIs Urst appearance at this theatre.) Maxwell Mr. Levere (Ills first appearance at tbls theatre.) Mungo Mr. Oliver | Negress Mr. Jeffries Miss Penelope Snugubjr Mrs. Sylvester (Her first appearvnee at this theatre.) Emily Mrs. Conover Thursday? A NEW COM ED V, In Hve acts, and a favorite farce. Prices ? Boxes andparquctte SO cents; Fumlly Circle 28 cents. Stalls ?1. Private Boxes Sfi and $7, According to size. Doors open at 7. Performance to begin at "}?. Treasurer Mr. Moore Superintendent of Box Office Mr. Moss Box Office open daily from 8 till 4. MLLE. FELICITA VESTVALI'S GRAND FAREWELL CONCERT At Niblo's Saloo.v, will take place on WkDxesday Evrmno, Skptkhber 12. MLLE. VESTVALI Will be assisted hff MR. WILLIAM MASON, The eminent pianist; LOUIS 8CHREIBER, The great Gorman cornet a piston player; 6IGNOB CER1SIO, The celebrated tenor from the Italian Opera of Paris, his first appearance lu the United S1GNOR BERNARDI, [Slates; The renowned baritone; MR. ALLAN IRVING, The distinguished English baritone; MR. H. GARDNER, The well known English tenor. WILLIAM DRE8SLER Pianist and Conductor. I'ROflRAMXK ? PART I. 1. Grand Aria. "Trovatorc," Vefdl Slg. Bernard!. 2. Grand Fantasia, "Huguenots," Meyerbeer, for cor net-a piston, composed and executed by Schrelbor. 3. Rondo, "Semiramide," Rossini M'lle Vestvall. 4. La Donna E'Moblle, Rlgolnt'o," Verdi Coreslo. 5. 'lhc lllval Duett, "Semiramide," Rossini. .M'lle Vestvall und Sla. Bernardl 6. (a) Toujour* Waltz, (b) Silver Spring, Impromptu, Win. Mat-on Wm. Mason. l'ART II. 1. Grand Scons, "Rage, thou Angry Storm," Bene dict A. Irving. 2. Recitation and Aria. "Ah! lfthou Sleopcst, Awake!" "Romeo," Vaccal M'lle Vestvall. 8. Aria. " Dear Maltl while thou art Sleeping," Balfe Mr. 11. Gardner. 4. Duet, "Tancrede," Rossini. M'iln Vestvall and Slg. Ciresio. 6. Urand Caprice, "Herolque," Konlski Mr. W. Ma^on. 6. Wanderer's lament, Song with oornet-a-plston, ob ligalo, lor the first time in this country, Procb. .M'lle Vest vall and Herr L. Behrelber. Doors open at 7 ; eoneert commences at 8. Admission to all parts of the Hall? ONE DOLLAR. Tickets may be obtained of Messrs. llall A Son, Mr. Dans kin, Louis & Sharfenberg, Mr. Dressier, and at Coydon's Muslo store. e BUCKLEY'S SERENADERS, 699 BROADWAY.? Monday evening, September 10, and every evening this W"k_ ETHIOPIAN MJNSTRELST and COMIC OPERA. The accomplished violinist, F. Buckley, will pei form THE WITCH'S DANCE (Faganlul). The great burlesque on MONS. JULLIE.VS ORCHESTRA. On which occasion the new Prima Donna will sing "France, I Adore Thee." . _ The unrivalled G. Swain Buckley and R. Bishop Buckley In their great combat, In the burlesque on the Italian Singers. Concert commences at 7 V o'clock. Tickets, 25 cents. .Mondav evening, September 17, a new burlesque on 'The Child of the Regiment," the new Prima Donna as Marie. WHITE'S OPERA HOUSE.? Proprietor and Manager? C. White. Fi st week of Die new laugtiablc farce of V1LIKEN8 AND DINAH; or, The Village Barber. Doors open at 7; to commence at 7J* precisely. Franklin museum, no. 53 bowery, nearly op potite the Bowery Oieat re. ?Performances cvcfy after noon at 3, and evening at *>?. N. B. ? Strangers will observe (hat the Franklin Museum Is the only place In the United States where the Model Arils'* are exblhlied, with other original en tcrtalnments. Remember, No. 53 Bowery. QANFORD'S AMERICAN OPERA HOUSE, PHTLADEL Cj |ihla? The only place of the kind In the workl.? The bur lesque ON TnE ACADEMY OF MUSIC every evening till* ve.k, by the Inimitable SANFORD'S OPERA TROUPE, the largest Ethiopian troupe In the world, orodnclng new aud original pieces weekly. SAMUEL S. SANFORD, Proprietor and Manager. Rachel as adrienne lecouvreur to-night .? Front sea s In lhc purquetio and circles can be secured at HORACE WATERS' Mn-ic Store 333 Broadway. Seals can aim be secured In advance lor any of Rachel's performance*. Statuette*, portraits, plays aud biographies, tor sile at 333 Brcadway. Tickets for Vestvall'* concert. Rachel plays adrienne lecouvreup., for the second tune, this evening. In consequence of the gre.it Hunand li,r places, early application Is nocejssry to*ecnr.' gcod seal*. Boxes, orchestra, narnnelle and fron' ?cal!i In the first circle, ran bi' had at DANSKIN'S Opera and Concert 1 MM < tlice, .loihe's music store, S19 Broadway. Gaiety theatre. I jidies desirous of engagement for the laille.t at this thea tre, during lie ensuing winter ?ea?on. In New Orlean-, may apply each Wednetduy and Saturday, boiwceu 2 and 4o*eloek, at ',2 Franklin sheet. DION BOl'KClCAi LT. Gaiety theatre.? Mnslelsns lor the orchestra, deslraua of engagement at this ihentre.dMriog the ensuing winter season. In New Or lean*, may apply daily, between 12 an l 2o'cI<m-1c, at tny res! decce, 341 Sutth avenue. None bnt performer* of the flrst class need apply. ROBERT STOPKL. /"1ATKTY THEATRE.? LADIES OF THE BALLET DE vT ?Irous of Migat-4-merit fo.- (he ensuing winter, at New or leans, may call at "2 Franklin street, between I and 4 on Wed ne-ilay, lit* h . Saturday. 1Mb and Wednesdar, ltfth, this ui'inth. After which dale no engagement will be tn.ide. DION BOURCICAULT. WALNUT STREET THEATRE, PHILADELPHIA? Benefit of Miss CAROLINE RICHINOS. This eventie.', Wednesday. September 12, ls.KI, will be presented an adapM. lion of Meyerbeer's area! opera "I "L'Rlwls iltl Noril," eut.it !ed the "STAR OF THE NORTH," produced lor the second umeln America, with new scenery, new costumes and new appointments. NOTICE? A SPECIAL GENERAL MEETINO OF THE associates of the American Dranutle Fund w ill take iihtrtt on Tlnir isy, September 20. 1V?>. at 3 o!cloek P. M., nl No. 13 Cioal.v strict, lor 'he rnrr< -e ? ? e* < ng a Director, tin b r rule No. 27. Fit AS. C. WEMYSS, See. A. D. V. Ass'n. MEDICAL. DiT DOLBY, 227 QBAHD STREET, SEEMS TO IIA.YR Ifrtnip Yankeefied during hla Unit eight year* In Bo?"in. mid Dim returned to New York with Increased reputation Ui *11 i aae* of a private nature. Dn. COOPER. 14 DtTAHE STREET. MAY BR COJfFI dentmlly conmtlted on certain dlvjuen. 1 wenty-??? year* In llila apeetalltv riwM ? him to Iguaranlee pcrminen* rurrn, without mercury, I hiirgea mod' rate. fclTICE AND EFFECTl' AI. MEDICAL AID RENDERED r I)r. WARD.? IlUt I ufortunate'a Friend an'l other aure Ilea, ju*t what thoae w?ni who have contracted wr tain diwi.fen; i ure At mire, and forever; greatest cure In the world; flight ' nt>e? Hired in a lew hour*. <JannI aueei, one door eaat o' 4tH Broadway, I* the plane to Ml bb titrnonJinarj . rrtuS, ai d thi rmijli rerr.edlea, unrivalled In every re*j>?<-t. l'rli eTT A cire guarantied. KrrORDS PRACTICE? NOTICE Of BEHOVAL.-TITE i undersigned, formerly a ptipll with Rlcord L of Parla, and with llie e?-I*l>rated nurgennw of Una city. Dr.?. Carnorliah a.>l Moll. lufi.riiui I he public Uiat he U*>- removed and periiuinentlv eatali lb hed lilt connMof and dlapenalng room* at Alii I Iron. I ? ay. Iter the ewre of dtewtl. Be tender* to all afflwied p<a|. ti\ r itFMir.mce of relief and Ihoae who hare been abtue I by "i P'-ctflca," antidote*. Utile looka, ' no Mercury, " and like eflunb-ne of ihe numcroua me, Heal charlatan* of th" day, rw?y rclj oil having their eaaea treated etrtri >i*lly no MUter Ihiw cotnpil' an d they may appear. Hli ejicndi-d obaermdoM In Ihe lan.oua llemntnl t!u MW1. In 1'nrtx, tinder Rlcord blnwelf, tng' her ivlth the mar y new and eflif li nt rem.-dlca of t!il< euil nerit 'tirprun, render rnllnre lmpo?Flble. Kcccnt ca?c? eared wMml any delny. charge* qul'e moderate. ami 'he moat candid In'.nrm&Mon given In every Inrtanoe. Ilia treatment of ron-iltu !? n?I, acrofnkraa, mercurial and nerrotia diieaaee, I* bai^d < mUrly on the modern and Improved aclence of m"dl eiiie, and Ursa bi-en eminently aooeeaaori. Treatment by l?t hr rmuMlcM en Frai.cale. Ofllen lionra from M to ;i and fn.ni # it !?. 0. D. HAMMOND. M. D., Sure -on, Auihor of "Medleal Information for the Million." Ac. Ac., No. 516 Broadway, opposite Hi. Nicholas Hotal. TnE MAKR1BD WOMAN'SfWYATEMKDlCAL COM stui Ion. by Dr. A. M. MAlTRICRAl', nrofeaaor of JbcaaKf of wmnen; otie hendrodth edition , W?,0II0> fcn. pp. J*.-Ev err wnman ran here dlecover, ey "omparln* h?;r own aymp tntnawlth thoee deacrlbed, the nature, character and eauar ot btr complain \ and be ? paled nrneh anxiety and au?ar!ng, Uie wife about hee<imln? ? mother baa often need of ImrtrticUon and advtee In rerpert to liar Mt nation, whleh aha will hare And (Ma book tella h?r what l( the matter, and tella her whit to do for II Hi aitnple but chaate word*, and aoeh aa the ran nnd?r*l*M ihoae differing from obatnicilona or I rrerula fitter p Mdiar to th< teiiml" ayatem, or Irom proUpaua uteri Jal II n?ot Uie womb) or freni tltu r alboa, wlii each llnd In IW fafea the roeane if pri? vmtlon, amrWilUon and relief, for aaje by XTRINWRR i TftWM^VMD. 222 Broadway; Sherman I <^o., Aator Houae No 1 Verey atreet; Pew*t ft Davenport, T*IMne nmMln?a;and at ?he pnl'Nthlnfi e?ee, l!? liberty ?treet New York; Jaaepl Tuekf r. Mobile; a'?n T. B. relwaun, 1*2 Ch<-*mt atreet, Phlb ttelshla On the reeelp! of 91, a -*)py will be IraMmltted by mall, free of Mtofe, 'o any pan of the I nlt. d Htatn, ill W te-a m^iat I eaddre?*>-d. poatiiald, to l?r. A. M MAI' RK'KAO f-Blre 17? Uber'y rtreat, New Vor*, Of hvt 1,84 New Tor* f t?t AKUSEMEIVTM. Broadway thkatrk.-e. i. Marshall, sols Lessee.? Door* open at 7.*?: to commence at 8. Wednesday evening. Kept. 12, will bo presented EXERCISES ON TIIK TIGHT ROPE. LA MAJA DE SEV1LLA. La Maja MVi Francc - The Doctor Uabnel Ravel The Inimitable performances of the MARTI NETTI BROTHERS. Grand l'aa De Bouquet . . M. Collet and M'lle Celestine Fronck MAGIC PILLS. Dandy Ortnaldo Gabriel Ravel The Frog P. Martlnettl | Colardo H. Wells Klvina Mile. Desire Bowery theatre-proprietor and manager, I. P. Waldron; Stage Manager. O. H. Orifflths; Prises at admlaaion:? Boxes, '28 cents; Pit, I2b.j cents: Oallery, 12V cento; boxes, ffi. Wednesday, Sent. 12. will be performed? FLOWERS Of THE FOREST. Ishmael Mr. Ja*. J. Prior Cynthlu Mrtf. W. Ward* THE REAR ADMIRAL. BURTON'S, CHAMBERS STREET.? Wednesday, Sept. 12. llrst time ol a new uDd original corned y In three He Is, culled STILL WATER RUNS DEEP. Mr. Mlldtnay, Mr. liurtnn; Captain Hawksley, of the Galvanlo Navigation I'oaipany. Mr. G, Jordan; Mr. Potter, Mr. Brad ley; Gimlet, a Detective, Mr. Lawsnn: Mrs. Hector Ktcrnhold, Mrs. Hughes; Mim. Mildmuy, Miss Raymond. Alter which, the two art drama ol' tun r, , ? LITTLK devil. Carlo, Miss kuie Reiguolds; Ferdinand, Mr. I.eflliigwell; Fraz Antonio, Mr. Burke; Isabel, Mrs. Carpenter. A new farce to morrow night and a coinedv. On Fbiday ? THE SERIOUS FAMILY ant) the TOODLE8. Geo. ciiristy a wood's minstrels, m broad way, above Grand street.? OPKN EVERY EVENINO. Business transacted by B. Wood Stage Manager .Geo. Christy For this week? Ethiopian Minstrelsy, concluding with the DO MILE BEDDED ROOM. Consln Pamper Geo. Christy The new llali (444 Broadway), bull! expresslv tor this com pany, will be opened shortly, of which due notice wiil be given. It will be the largest, tlie handsomest and the beat ventilated place ol' Elhloptan entertainment In the world. The performance* will combine all the novelty and originali ty for which this company is so celebrated. Iloors open at 'i)Z o'clock; to commence at 8. Tickets 29 cent*. George Christy and wooivs minstrels having determined on still further embellishing their new hall, 444 Broadway, beg the indulgence of their patrons tor a short time. Due notice will be given of the opening of this splendid temple ol' amusement. Bowery theatre. GREAT ATTRACTION. Mr. I. P. WALDRON. Proprietor and Manager of the above favorite establishment, begato announce the return to Amerl " ? MR. J. W. WALLACE, JUN., THE POPULAR TRAGEDIAN. Who, having, for the present, concluded his engagements In LONBON AND PAItIS, Will make Ills first unpen ranee ?t this old established house for FIVE YEARS, On MONDAY Evening, Septembor 17, In a series of HIS FAVORITE CHARACTERS. The plays will be presented with due regard to Scenery, Dresses and Accessories, undor the immediate superintend ence of MR. J. W. WALLACK. As the engagement is for a limited number of nights only, early application for seats or Private Boies is reispee' fully re quested. NO ADVANCE IN PRICES. JOHN R. SMITH'S GRAND TOUR OF EUROPE ANO SIEGE OF SEBASTOPOL, At Chuck Amkmbly Rooms, .V'fl Broadway, ?hewing ONE HUNDRED VIEWS, fortv feet wide, of the principal Cities and objects of interest in europr. Every evening, at 8 o'clock; and every Saturday afternoon, at S. The music by Mr. Alwyn Field, or tondon. Admiring thousands nightly testify that this is the largest, most interesting aud elegant entertainment in New York. Ita success has been most wonderful. Admission 25 centa The last two weeks In New York, and GRAND ADDITIONS TO THE TOUR OF EUROPE. The Secret Expedition is now complete, and the whole fled will attempt the attack, and SEBASTOPOL FALLS TO-NIOBT. ODEON, WILLIAMSBURG, FOR POSITIVELY TWO nights only. Wednesday and Thursday evenings, Sep tember 12th and 1.1th. the original, well known and only Christy's minstrels In existence, organized 1842, comprising E. 1# Pierce, J. W. Raynor, N. W. Oould, J. B. Donnlker, T. Chris'lan, Lewl? Mairs, B. Mallory, A. J. Vaas, and T. Murphy, respectfully announce two concerts, as above. For particulars see the pro grammes. Tlekt ts 21 cents. Particular Notice ? The above named company have no con nection whatever Willi E. 1*. Christy. On Friday and Saturday they perform lu Troy. TTESTYALI'S FAREWELL CONCERT, THIS EVENING. V ? Tickets for this great musical entertainment, can ha had at DANSKIN'S Opera and Concert Ticket Office, Jol.le'a music store, 019 Broadway, for which early application la requested. ? IEA'S FRANELIN MUSEUM. NO. 63 BOWERY.? WED J nesday afternoon at 3; evening at 7,'j. The troupe ot Model Artistes will appear In fourteen representations of Liv ing Statuary. Also, Lea's Female Opera Troupe. A Grand Ballet Divertissement by sixteen young ladi?s, with other en tertainments Remember S3 Bowery. The mammoth tree of California? at tiie Crystal Palack, 3A3 ritT high. Circumference 100 feet; diameter 31 teet. The exhibition of this unequalled monarch of the forest wlB close on the 1st of October next. The palntlugs. statuary, Ac., are still on exhibition. Doors open from 8 A.M. until 1 P. M. Admission 28 rents; children half price. ODEON, 'WILLIAMSBURG.? POSITIVELY TWO NIGHTS ONLY Wednesday and Thursday, Ssrr. 12a*d 13,1868, The original well known (and only; CHRISTY'S MIN8TRKL8 now In existence, organized In 1842, comprising E. 11. Pierce, J. W. Raynor, N. W. Gould, J. B. Iionnlker, Lewis Matrs, B. Mallory, J. (Huistlan, A. J. Vaas, J. Murphy, most respectfully announce to the ladles and gentlemen o Brooklyn TWO FAREWELL CONCERTS previous to their di parture West and South. For eight years this company performed hi New York elty, at 472 Broadwiiv, under the direction of E. P. Chi Isty, Esq., In tact the name of each Individual mamber was as familiar as house hold words lo the eltlxens of the great met ropoHs. Thankful lor the very brilliant patronage which attended ihfttr form er ( Herts, some four weeks since, the* will endeavor to make tlicir closing soirees, if possible, more attractive than their opening entertainments. For particulars, see the bills. Tickets, 29 cents, can Im had of the Librarian and at tha door. Doors open at "M; lo commence at 8 o'ckick. Temple of the musks, si# broadway, opposite the City Hospital. Second day of the Openinnoi' this Temple of Venus. Performances twice a day? at 3 In the aitcrnoon aud at 8 In the evening. Great excitement to see Mad tine WALTON'S troupe of Model Artistes, who will appeur this alternoon and evening in a Series of Beautiful Living Picture*. To Art-ms, box ?4 Br00dwayrT?t'S?t?m' b- ?"?totolf THEATRICAL NOTICE.? A CARD-IT HATINO BERN stated In me, bv nmi of my brut fric.id* anJ patrons, 'hat It I* generally understood I had retired from the stage, I take lhl? opportunity to assure them and th? public thai aueh Is not tbe cur ; nor hare I any |i!ea of doin ; so, until I aeo ?err* more worthy competitor for the mantle ol the much to be lamented Tyrone Power, whose psrsonatlon of Irish charac lor, both as peer and peasant, did honor to his country. Justice to the profession. Slid cave delight to the Intelligent ana crowded houkes he never failed lo attract. After fuliUlIng an engine- ; me nt at the Si. Louis theatre In September, I shall return to New York to give a aeries of characteristic musical entertain ) mcnts, given by me with de?*ded success In the principal cltiea Kouth and West, comprising dramatic lllus'rationa of Irish character, Irish stories and aneodotea, and a ? hole ? selection of liallnds, songs, duets, Ac., from the beautiful melodies of Ire land's Immortal bard, Tom Moore, with gem* from the moat popular English and foreign operas, aided by vocal and Inatni mental talent of the first r!aa? ; alio, character sons* by riom. Lover, as r unsr by tne lu all the theatres. After which, I abaU be happy to li.ake arrangemen'* wl'b the mat ager* of the principal tlieaires for the production of some new comedies and songs, written expn *rlj for nie, with ??vr*l of Tyrone Power's best parts, and endeavor, as far as my humble Capa bilities will sllow. to dojustlcet/i his nam n and the best Irish pieces on the stare. I have the honor to remain, the piililie's nust obedient servant, JOHN COLLINS, ? "(?median and Vo al.'st, South Eleventh s'., PhilvlelnMa. T. P.? All managers wishing lo negotiate will please address a* above. TO VOCALISTS AND IKSTBtTMKNTA LISTS (PMTATV or arils'* ? native or lorclgn).? An op.-nut^ oxars to In traduce talent hitherto excluded from an Amaricui aullenc* Concert* of a srptrlor class *111 be '.'lvdi and all tab'nt will be pMt forward no MMK?i t-"! an aflMnf mi mm or reject according to capabilities. Address (free) 'o JULIAN CIIAMPAONA, manager andcondu tur.O Ureenwlch atreet 2 doors from Christopher. MEDICAL. Anew book.? thm ma rri age guide, op, family Medical and ltj-nlologtcal Instru-'or. ftp* r-tallv tor thi married or those Intending to marry. Bv Dr K. Holloek. thi auibor and lecturer. Hitielreth edition; fl\e hundred psges colored plates. Priceano dollar. PublMhrd by T. w STRONG, W NassauBfoeet, New Tork, who u ill forward lo< mall free, en receipt of cue dollar and Krom thi Medlc.il snd Surgical Review.? "The moat eilr.orlinary boot wc evi r read. ? ? ? One feature which panicnlarly ill* tlngulalNi mis book from all other* of the kind, I* the pecuila lone 01 dillcs' v and morality which pervades it,'' .. .w . .. - . DR. JOHNSON, 1? DUANK STREET, CONTINUES T< be consulted on dhM a- es; where he l.a.i praciseJ fit on spfi lality for the last twenty four year*. Permanent .ores tunwlwi _ Female medical ofpicb.-db. a. m. mapiceau Professor of Disease* o f Women, conttnee his pmrii exclusively lo th* treatmenl of rwnplatnta peculiar to fea?le? A* tbe author of "The Married Womao's Private M silica! Oon pankm," ladle* will peicelve that their ailments are tharooglil understood by him. and Ilia! thor ran rely, from his experimr nnd skill, Ilia! In all eases relief will be afforded, and Uwt h ran be connnlteil with the strlcfart oonftden o. Oflee 19 L berty *traet. New Tork rii* LE DOCTltrR BYPPOUTB, IT PH. Of RICORD. O Paris, and ?-li jean In his hoiplul, <)? r< Lis ~ rvV-es t the AmerWan people In Uie rureof Ux.-e dtseaxts whlek liav rendered hi* preceptor so famous. Dl-i ?*>-.< in euher se treated by tlie new formula, and a mre rendered positive ?"barttes very moderate Ofll.e H Hudson street, dr ie st-.rt and private entrance for females. M. IIVI'POLITK, M.D. TRtE*F.MAR-THK ORFAT EUROPEA V DWt OTERT -. Protected by Koyal Inciter* Patent of KrrUnd, and aeei^, ed by tbe seals of the Vcole de Pharmaele la Paris, and the In., perUl f>3llej|e of Medlelne, Vienna. Ti ie?emar, No. 1, la M' rsmedv for general deblRty, shattered oortsUt uiions, and aM tH distn aslng eoneei:ueoees arising from early abuse. At. Its f ft els are (.ttccetoue In youth, manhood sod old age. Indeee| ? ? i In thedecltrg Uie ccn>>tItullou would not become Impaired, even of lite, II the Ttiesemar were universally a-lojued. AU phv> cal In. pediments vanish like magic before its inflnenae, int., rendering Ha use invaluable lo those entering the marria* ?lata. Trleaemar, No. ?, onmpletelv and entirely eradicate* ?* traces of fliotc disordera wfcleh oopslf a ?r d ettbsdi* have a long been thought n antlriota for. to the ruin of the lseafth of? Tsst portion of the population Trlasemar, No \ is the gre* European remedy ?r that elass of dlsor.lers ahleh, 'infer , natelv, the Kngllsh phyaMaa treata with mercury, lo the tne' table 'de*i ruction of tbe patient'* eonaittullnn snd ?Meh all ti sarsapanl'a in the world oaaftol remove. Trts-onar, Naa. 1 and \ ara ailka devoM of taataor *me!l, and of adiHH qualltlaa. They may be laid ari the to.lrt tsl.le without ? use l elng suajeoted. Sold In tin oa?e?, M eacS, divided m separate doaas, aa admlnWerad by Talimau, f?iletnand Re J tn. To he had. wholesale and retail, of Mr. II. A HARROM .?<1 Greene ?tr*et. near tWial, New York, espeolailv appHM by the proprietor and nalentes as ag" nt tor the I'Muxl and everr o'ber part er An.ertc* IniipeHlately <m r.^eliRH rrniHtanee, Mr. Far-nw will forward the Tiiaaemar lo any pfl of the worn ?ec i eiy parked, and addressed ac '?e.Hng to tl hiJ ettoea at *? wrtto K?ia Sgen'e n (?ireO.