Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 9, 1861, Page 7

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 9, 1861 Page 7
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^ BOARDING A\U LODG1IOS. mjali.*i nn atk i- vmii.y would urr a jianh./V iomoly furnished cull of Rooms, a Parlor and two a b^ili riM>ra adjoining, <,n the secomd floor, with I - urd. 'lbe houbM his nil the modern lmproverooi:U ?' i- p'easantiy nit':aud 0:1 Sl'irray HIU. Inquire at !i81 1 Laslnr.ton avenue, third hoi.?j above Thirty-eighth stroot. raioi eiit'U required. A" t -st wkxt i:oimr: ! nth street, b h:x kifth : ? I Sixth avttuo , .ago Ko''Hi&, tmndsomoly furuu-ij-il, in ?' i(h or t-Hu.e. Aln<i smaller Micros lor ( > .ulo mea, w mi iKkiia. luu iuj ji r. all uie niotioni inii'rovc. Une.iix-j ti.jiu.b'n ri'i'enuwa given roifi troil AL >Y I! l\M T I IBE Kill T CLASSHOtWi 1 14 Soconl UVCU'U, vO iLT of hOVUUtll *ti Oc t. liUS II IcU iiMU.UWl H..1I10 !?' .. IO rOOIUS to (liapcsi of. Call k?u?e or mhlre.-ai Im'X 3.;>?3 (few York ['out ofilo?. AT NO. 124 WAVIRJAY l'LACK, NKiK WASUI.W u*i xqu ire Mill HxtU a veil up?A gMttlcmiiu nn<l au.-i wife gii?I two g'.'iit.i'inan c?n obtain a hail !s;iraei I}' -unit. hi'J Rom, ocuiUiaiiiK two largo pant:.--*, rtc.; Conia. intxlaruto to .suit tb.i timed. I>inu ?r at si.\ o clock. AT NO. It) VVK .r J5LK* ENTII STREET?SEVEN DOORS wt >t"r liionlvs.iy, li e iiis for goutloiiii'ii; Lre./Jusi if rci(?tr<*4; Kit ill avtuiie ..ud I'ultou street mage* |ubs the <<Mr. ACHorOB <!! ' A PEW vkwly FURNJWHKD ROOMS l? n ww brown ?tomi ho i ?, with or without l> nil; ulf no, I'.irlm- I'loor, ini/iirnlst. , to a t il'ty of geilUcin ri urn aauiU family; central hx'Mi ' i, a frw <U>ors went of KlfiU ?*wnt- ui Mailt- ii Part, 17 VVfHt Twenty-sixth street, A FEW ' iDBON NIS IBO BO 5MS, IV SNltn or c ... to icut with ji.urd, in thti lust i'!i.-m tarxi.i 44 We?t fiialii Ktruet, to ir Kifth aveuue. Dinner at i ?\ic. k. ADrsiftAHI-F. SI'IT OF ROOMS WITH FOU< li. '.?to li t. !:. "iiCfiM- : * liuuw No. 6 V. . at T\ti nty-fen ' r.f *. i , ft. . Avenue Hotel. Al.'v.: a inryo (nw( Hi".)!., min.i. d tor n g -ii'l -man aud wife. At Aim la'.: u i> i blE nr.owN stone itrsi>lijl i.i street, iM-.tr Um >itv |>; IV . . . i 1 : \ ,n Hull1.' ni l hln^io; ",>ni "' > tan: r.1. . ii? i? .-n i l" .nts# KclVii?*n< ?*f. leqalml. | 1 WKM; 1 SUIT OF U>A?! Ml NTS <?N .ii . m, will bf i> itMi ? bouI ' b?'?4 . i ??r uv( .-it m. mtiioi pleAnAni and oooI Vto pjt. 43 I' Ai Afct rror n?tklv koomson sr.:ond . floflr?ihKi Kooixu* ua I'airt li ) . to I? t, to g*ail i' . ?? i . h i.r \n i: a \ III ( i , .vl?v-ii* .li. the omiorUM'l' : UiU> b?* r'oUl I . *. A LAHOR I!AM>SOMKLY FlTi;NlHHED ROOM, WITH _/\ ; Ul iy orgenitotiinn I ? . i uisfortingU le let. win* i>'iura, . i <6 l.~.si Tweuiy-iixib btrcei. iU .oi? .u? s . - > J\ ; Willi or *v.. <1 il.MJti, in .k unvalo loiuiiy; hon e J I Wf.l l unit*.1:? i; !} >* ii, i; .t nn?i 1* k> pt in th?" moi v on L'uTfu.! fit tttc.uhi r k? y s. A^i-ly ut 1-0 (old I n - . . . , ! ..i itod enuc. \ . -.11 \ i V.VIK l \MILY. OCCUPYING \ ? Jt\. I clahK hiMiN- j i < i\\*' !>n Tenth find F ith Mf' . . Wulllil f liiriH.ii limn p.?; r *1 !** > >*n coiumumcv.m.;, on mo meri u l ?.-i. m th I . gf man. In a line billiard u l - Thtf bi .. *t r' i"ron< ' .i i;iv. .i and r?O'unM. V >? jw> . mlum ?q ? / to Mr. MOKflMKlt, 1*,5 Jbn^K iwuy. ASMALL i'UIVATR FVMI'.Y, OCOUPYINO A FINE h>o?i, will . u'.oi ...iti Bedroom or itadrooitt iiiny t-? a lit i u( -i > p . .. A . ..t ? x:..? An;i:v F1XE81TP or booms os skcosd floor Mtt'l our ll?-?.rn ?-.i tlwiv. . r, uid ont* on iourth tio-?rf : . ....... I i ? m 118 liMOttd ftV( lltt , ?" ? 4 : N :>NDFLOOH TO LBT? ; jA ? flit jKT nv',M. . h. Am.tll Ujoiu ut $5 per month. App t l . APttIVATJ; FAMILY CAN ACCOMMODATE A OTIN. f3 u in ti'J ?. ?. fir oii?? i r two ir?*ni*. uru'i j 'if . i ? ip 'it i"r?i >, U?>?ir>c ? In io< .tin ii. A|/i'ly rft &5 H' -U S^veiitetMth aliiMJt. \ ! .: LIKii T > Vl JV with a second tto] i 1| Boom and Board foi On winter. Location up (own ind ao* Add] ..... A i'1'vv <!r " s . AC? OMMOJ) ktl ;> J A vr.tli Ro??.i^..n.; r;..l. r j-. I Hoard in ;? wnv;?i- latui1 )y. For i?in i..nUrM* aii No. j.s bi -n place, Fourth airem, t t- i ..v. .j,-. i r- -|ii r? \. ! 4 ?*ALL 6TEICTL1 I tlVATS FAMILY. VERY .n )' l&UytMM , ' I ll v. : . :v 1 M? /. t'li ;ili I 'it* I iuo?i. jn a . i w>rd, near Sixth hWtb u utif, v.... i; . fi'iiut rarlior tod Rndroom t(* N <4a< ' . In m ndtloor. No tborboard< ?. Refe* 1 *>m-Yihged. A0? r?>, - T. H., box 2.417, Font, oflio*\ f?j A VKW OKHIRABLB tOOMfl TO LET, WITH OB : V Mi M i ' m ( ' ' ' h riM-i, OclWeiWl >" IS xt it . h' f nil-<*8 r?*rjMirod. 1 A IMUVAfK I'AMli.V, Ol '' V > 1 > A FIWB HOUSE, .Zlu I. 'V v ? ' > .1M , \? . to B I 1 'i) ' . }, \n ? i i . ivat* table If dusir* . N< 60 \Ye*t 'i\*vnu th . eet, beiweeu Filth aud Sixth I l,Vi- || A PARLOR AND BEDBOOM, ON SECOND FLOOR, handv mely ruin thod, to Let, to one or two stogie ;eu[. Uemeti or .o ' r ti? tu n m?l w< . ... .? small I i ..v. v ith I >r without partial board. Gas, bata, \c. Apply Kt t>4 Arniiy Street. AStriT OF BOOMS WELL FCTRtfI8HBDt TO LET, i er or s ate, to . ntinmen only, In a private French family. ApjUy at 2m, Ifourih street, Washington afuare. At N0 BAST PWB! r-Fl P STREET, GB%ME tOY ; v. . . . . Pun) led! B h i h c4t?H .i mi ho tie. suits le for is I .? ir gentletuei . I'kj i?d; prtvflep of Park; dim r at a**; ri'tVrv.no a . t? K A , i, FURNISHED OB y . U i ?.. h *w ttoos house, with prl table or without kt?Mirrf; will bo let unfurnished Ten ? w. Inquire ai irJ Wist Km.. - i.ili stfXH, bMWBMI Fifth and . BL ALABOB FRONT IOOU ON THB SECOND FLOOB to let, furnish.-d, t?> or two person* for $i per week, bI8M Pb rdav< k i *j rwentlethstreet. Achoiok of handsomely furnished rooms, on the second at I tiuors, to let, with or w Boar 1.1?? Hiii. I* or gentlemen ai I their wtves: mo.jfrn imp*'** /;?-,'ls; frmfl reasonable. No. 4 Secolid sin et, near - OaUfor tn o d tj s. A LADY, LIVI5U IN TOE YlCWHt OF TWBMTY* eighth and l.v nty-ninui *ire? ts, bag a haudsom.r Room to let, to a tadj sntfc B trd for the ady only; i house has beta an-J <nd ail the modern improvements; family pj ill u L . stall >n F, 11 Ird i vs i m, Apartments with board.?pleasant rooms, Niiirable for a i mily, sz^n -man and wile, gentlemen r?r ladies, m a uv>o rn h<u>et n *r mrs and stage*. Dine at 6>?. M West Washington pkw, we*t of Sixth aveuue. A'J OREAT2 RED I BD PRH Efl- x i 8WLY FUBninlicd troni ^i to $2 it) jx?r we?4;. Lod^ln^s fn^m 2'> to 37 ?> 's )? t it...t* , at th.r i'raaJtfert House, corner VkiHikfortandn tiam lo. G| all night. AKl.iT OF FITRXISUED ROOMS, ON TIIK SKOOND <*r third flour, t*? t??e Urst i-lasa House No. 'JO Washington j l wv, in\?lir. l iwuy. to rent, with lull Bo* n!, SMita^>le for a 1 irgo fainiis, or will be rented separately U? single gentlemen. Aj>)ils *s ain/ve. Board.?8i;ns asi> single rooms in fine okdet*, to-let. ?. ?th !?rd rl;*sa Hoard; urran^fnii'nta e?*? b-' nuul'* for the w : \u-r r4r 19 University i4oce, coin*-r </t" Ninth ?Wee,t. uibh* ?i fU'slr*-<l. a SCtTnK noov.tnx TUESKnoKn or-fin* I i ^ to i. t, with fv*u\t, miii.ihla f?>r a krntlcaistn aud wife ; i tuc*tt?n imexeepci mkaiiv*. a'j> ? a room tmitumo for a single 1 centlofiim. aj,;<y *t 1j? weal xweutf-u*ird street. kcferc m^han* titl Board.?to i rr, with hoard, nicely furnish *1 miim of lio'.ktk, on tlrat hu-l aecnnd lloer.?, with all the modern tiiipqpvt i:i?tiu?; or wpufct let for hou?f keeping rnju* plhf, t?> g' tmcnun mhu wife or two ladles. apply ul iff euat twfjily-htir?'iiih stri*? t. iv ruin moderate. Board ?a handsome sriT or rooms on tiie kecofid floor, wiun. ??? let i p*rntely or together. al*o purler and k**<lr?"?;r? on third lioor and rooma for cringle yvnilcmott, at 278 w?*4t !' .ir; Hiratt. TevuJi moderate. refereiu given and ruqain-d. dinner ^t 6. Board?a private family jiavixo motte room th.ni they -->*?iutr- , would .?.< * to let a large room on the ?eoond floor with or w:p;out board. (fo*we i:r?r and all the modern huprmetucnta. no. 2u3 stjonnd avenue. Bird.?to lot, m a pitost cla&s house, v? ita floftrdt one larjje room on wn.ond tftory, trout; one large k >om on >aecur?d '*-17, \)iu:k; one largo room on tb*r<! unit, fr it. ? ntlnr^n and their wive* will had pood accvmm' dhtinfi*. limner at nix o'clock, inquire at 50 went twenty-hcventh street. Board.?furnished rooms to let, for gen' u*n*'*n and then* wiveg and mingle wntiemcu, on rcoaon able u*ma, in u modem ii< ' ;*? , wvuo the comforts of :i hou?o can j e roallzed, in a central locality. inquire at no. 'St eum elrv.yui* (on*eu Board.?good clean and airy rooms, well fui niahed, % a uuii 11 ?*-. fl ht iroin 75o. t<> $1 2b per week, %n?i will . 1 .n h $1 u >k a w? '.. 1. atkm cukral; family j ? a*unt. no. l&l (ir.u.u street, half wiy between hroedway and f?ow?ry. Board-a family having more room than required, would dispose c f excellent aocooi bodath n to ? small ; mil "' i family, n? m?ron?l ll'?or. locution ew-irhnko; scr? 1 -ie hy earn aud hu?>,? *. apply at 172 weat twenty-ural street. B. ?a g .1 ian a <d "5u ky "t;~ fc f atemo!;, liati ??bf iin roonn with at no. 0 weftt v.'iighingum pkoo; ?-??o a suit of pirion on fint qojk-. iioca?i? 1" wry ylca^uait, being onpopiu- thobquarc. refer,reqnir d. >( >a' ii. ? el w4an1ly fuunish.tp suito 0? j . i -i /wawfh k r gf;nth'.m-m, a; :?> >\o?t t\v i.ty 8 : str.^'t. oart.?a i i a 5i 5 >m> j.y furnished paiclor _} - ..i reilrodrn wilj lot, w.tlt g ? i 1" ird, in a nr- t ilmc bfrtvati miili ?i d air6d. atoo.iroonfor %aiuy..n 'ut.k*maa. aj p.y at no. 40 west ninth street, qca< kifth avunue. Boak:>? v;/ni t" ? . >lv?. >? 1 th-? hi! - (r . tfi iin i.y. v obi' ? vix cl? t'.vn tu| ;a;.< city. api1.} i*-i fcvpt yw lifcy-sei'ond s:.i ? et. B( ';!j in city o.t co j :,thy.?fre'e dt p h "ft')n\s , . ? 1 ? !: :??- u-1 ' lor . ? in ru or c y at u>? iu*i> i. ' . 1*.' 1. iv. ii-*ird ti, i dwf a'xj ?ild ; . ./ ? * r;^ a. c. jones x co. 1^-. didwant'/mn a i'ltlvati] ka *i i' a" - it a addi - - n*, .. . i # , i? \* .. .> ir* u--< J "i ' A.- M i ' i t L i, W i ! T | JD r ! . r.. k . ' - . \o J i 1.1 1t> y" T, 1 ' t" . . I ve:. . r n 1 ' i I Lhc . Jan ? W tu? . mrd t' kitty# it wH ?. ' ' ii i : . N] HOARDING AND LODOIHGS. Board wanted?for gentleman and wife. tM iweeii Sluli ami T"tith avenue* and Tuet tlclh miii Thirtieth alreeta. Art'lrM* A. W. J., Broadway I' -*o(lire. Board wanted-kor a gentleman and wike, permanently; prlun not t? exceed $10 a we?'!c, with Hr? ftuil ij.it; lin'.iiii>u ilium ba above Ble?< kev atruel. Addiew, Witun particular*, b.ix 3,1.173 New York i'unt'>li*. **. I>oaim> wanted?for a gentleman, WIFE, bon > d.'il daughter il5 and 17y^nm old), ontlietM*' side of Br.iailway, u t i il.ir uptown. Andrew, nutinr location, tenon, Ac\, winch Iiiuti In ru.i-... ami wiu. h will l?i punom^lW paid evoiy weuk U required, T., but <W3 I*o?i BOAltD WANTED.?A GENTLEM AN AND WIFE WANT good Kfvtmft on the K'C-mj.I Hot of a dpairikh!" houMV, with ?t -M tii ll iaid, In a private f.miily. A prion Il H !ju-|C??, but l*n ly imnuueratU'H, w ill !tti paid for aurh fi"-"iu?no>laV iik Lit will suit. Uuduu'iU'il rc!?n-ir'nH ultm *n<l required. lVmona nn '.v.ciin? wi.l nl.^in ,.i.ir... u ? <!>? ..t bou&e, ouinlmr of rooms nnd prir*?) box 3* 250 Post oilier. Board wantbd-.vox \ umr akp obkiuqum. 'i iu a mnall family up town: hotine yn'.H burn gat and / bath. Addiv**, mating pricc, \V. G., Uro&d^ Ay 1'" I office. "doaku wanted in fifth avenue.?a gentle- t U inau and ' - wifo, ?f r< /*}? .'tabllity, wiihom children, ^ want lo rem *H?d K? >m* hi Fifth aream*, aborn Seven- ? U-'-nth Htr? r icrrad, either lirm or necond floor, with pitr\\? t:.*)!' ute wl*it<T, w iter ft thare arc no other boarders. Addrt** box 2*J7 Htraldoftoe. 1 BOA li 1)1 nq?LOWER THAN IN ANY OTHER HOUSE * o. ::;r ;?imo cja*a In thin city; tmUdlmf modern; bath and h w aab tu)?* t'rewra cihhI ta'd* and nlco rooms. C una and hoo ^ toi yonrbclt at363wet?tTulny-iiUU struct. Children no obJ action, * 3}i>\k; n.\ io5 r ; r i\>\ :iti siiU !T. ' > A suit< f Roonift, on tlio Horojid or third fl>or, with H }J??ard; tho luniBo is li.'st cla.s*,an<t the situation really superior to any on th -tract, b i!iR opposite the cliurch -i and open through to K itaemh struct. J BOARDING AT NO. StfBOWFKY, BETWEEN THIRD n and K?mh th <?treMl{t.?\ t.*w Udicn : p-ni. ..' . m <.m ho c a' on.mod . vd with B id by upf-l)iuj; move. Few board* era titkeu at d terms ve y r. .ia\ Itafereuccs rf?iulred. * Boardino in west fourteenth street.?an i i*r??11 and Ki > r. ho.. oiidj i i: n^avU, tu a fir*t * ?1.? h tu'o.-and private I' tnUy, to lot, witu UiiiirlUAiBB* 1,1 i ' ii <t .m '.villi or bOiaii private i.onily. Addieia J. Q., box IUS ' raid uOio%, < t>i.< ro 1 wot b ?..; !>. a lut he s rj Ro? m, <:??:.tainiL# hot a..d cold wat T, cl -seis, Arc., to iwoi^oatl i icii, or a a.., and -ntl in:m; buthon tho ( i Mflob ;tiao ARounl bI gta gvotleflm* Dfentar 4 at 6>3 o'clock. Apply at 106 Clinton street. ? Board in Brooklyn.?de irabu rooms, fur. ] nl- b<* or ii' '' r . ' i .1 t 'i-.iily; 1..jih?a- d iuttly?lti t*d a if n mto*' walkotetthur8ouihor a Wall RtfM( farry; ill hone I'or thoM whoviih \ hotua omi'ortH. A; ;?ly at 71 rftato utrirot, bottvoen lUnry and Clintfin phice. fc 1>0abd in' BROOKLYN?IN A l'LEASANT LOCA- ! j>tion (a b.i<-k l'.ir: r w ^ iivdii j', -ipioiu) to a ,???n* , ti -irom mi l wito without ( In r?*n; lo a party inoline<l tn im 1 fui'labia and ??eekiiii; coin ort tho? will L?> louud a d??irabla upporhitii'y. Apply at 67 u>? r. ?u muhh, north oi Myrtle ar, 4 tvoardzn brooklyn gen tfan uu> his ' IJ wile, or tv\o or thiH-'- nin: ? all nu n rati havo 4 pifjSiint roktiih, ith Board, a'.. 3Uv'!u?v r | la?e, between * llarriMin auo L??.;iaw, 11 ho. II-.iry turrets; tivo aainutei' walk from B< ith l rty; Ur 1 mo ( T>OAftl> IN BR')t>KfA'N ?HAXDSOMKLY FURNISH- ] ) ed in . .i. - . ? 1. *, ?n h'*i-i?nd llo-n, Hinla- { bie l\?r K?*niU'in.bii avid wi'-* *>r ri!oul?* ^fiitieu.on. Dinner at ' hix o'clock. A;?j 1> ?t 1J# Amity Kirtet. ' Board in brtniklyn.?rmomb to let, with ' B '.ml, ht 4i> r.'.i- ?? . Hoiim* ?,on{..liiH tin; ni<?d<:rn ' ni\|T w oeht.-, AUd is cuuv .-ui. i t 10 tiiht r i'viitou or Wall ; ytrcot t>riy. 1 Board in Brooklyn.?first ?'t ass ac^ommodatlonx lor a r<'Dt Ii-im. ;-ami wile, p.u l.ir: lid Bedroom t fi'woi iof on Mieciiti Hour tront, at 73 ?tc <<tr? ? t, a Urw ml- I nuU'K froui AtlautK or Wull terry; mil n<-<v**ury con- 1 enli in ^H in houbtj. AUo 101 0110 or iwo tannic i;ciitlVmon. TcriuK madeiate. BO\RD IN BROOKLYN.?SEVEBATi PLEASANT Roonuimay bt had hi dan brick houto ai Iflna l<xati<Mi; t.iH, *>ath, hot n 1 < w.t er, and ipiHaan agr>*ea- < bl? iiome. Apply at Uj .Sand* alrev.i. "O OA RD IN BROOKLYN.?SING IK (SKNTLHMEN CAN l) Ih- iceoiumodaied witii luruitiho i Koonia ami iio;ir?i at 4f> Naw.viii k - -t, live mii?n;' ? waiK . oui Fulton ferry. Dinner iu 6 o'clock. Bam and y,a?, Ac., through Uiu hoimc. Iioard in brooklyn.?larce and small rooms > with full or 1*41 r? il B '"i, mn bad in a i>'?' sa itlo. e? ' mi, within fivt* minntcji* walk of the South and Wall street ferries. AidressZid ll? nry sircut, corner of Congress street, Brooklyn. BOAJIDIN BROOKLYN?DB8IRABLE BOOKS WI1 I board in a private family in y be had at No. IS Naasau street. Board in Brooklyn.?Jl private family. ooetipvin,; an elegantly furnished innise, ?-low: u? the South IV xt. , would be Iim| ;-> to accommodate "nc or two inmates fop the winter. The accommodations an- 1* the most debit ...? ble Kiti I, n?e house having nil mo.ieru improvements. Apply at yd (/impTn-. afreet, four door* went of Henry ktreet Board in Brooklyn.?pleasant, large well furnished R<"?i? s, with >?. ;.all Rooms connecting if <leaired; excellent puntnes; hiiitr*!> ? fi i families; terms t .w-.nable. Apply ut riands street, near Fulton or Cathariuo ferries. Brooklyn iTEiairrs.?ioo Columbia street tiogtbnbif. ( K>1 and i y R ini, i ngle or In suit*', in n* of* the m *t desirable situations in Brooklyn, can be obtained, with Board, in a private family. Between # Y< \ll and Fulton ferries. Dinner ut Mix o'clock. Brooklyn heights.?very pleasant rooms, n mm '.? ! On kfitho B'irt ili01 ind the Bay, with Board, s nulv or in s?:ii ?, to gentlemen and their wive* i' Mo-n. Heated bv furnace; has a . Apply at No. A Poplar street. Within three minutes* walk of pulton ferry. "!> ROOKLYN HEIGHTS?A LARGE, DESIRABLE J.) for a fcent> .nan and wli* : a..\o Room for htdtflu (:> 'Hlenvm, in a New i\ , 'an-' f?mi!y; house l...nil i > iKiinily Mituated; bath, .tc.; within five minutes' walk of tornea. Terms moderate. Apply at 54 Will iw street Board on Brooklyn heights.?a gentleman ami wife ??r two mujc> KontW-uieu c.?n be aecoinmotlaied with Board and ph-a.s.mt furnUhed Rooms it Js W"?1 ?vr str*? t, within three minutes walk of Fulton ferry, 'i'urms i! rate. TYESIRABLB FURMI8BBD ROOM8 TO LET?WITH .1 / Ro.mi, suitable f ir families or single gefi tlemen; (he house ha# all the modern Improvements; location very pleasant; terms reasonable, Apply at 4gi) West Twenty-third street. Refemi'-e* exchanged. T\E8TRABT.E FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET?IN St ITS JJ or sep.irately, on second ami third floors, on moderate terms, at 371 Fourth street, near Lafayette place. ijlBBNOH BOARD.?A FRENCH FAMILY, OCCUPYING 1 a first elass house, wonM accommodate ? gentleman and wife, or one or two s? > gentlemen, with R ?oms and Board in the best sivb?. . u, Gorman and Enul S i spoken. Apply a! We I I streei, brtween Fifth ?:i?i Sixth avenuee. T/M'KMSMKr> ROOKS ATM WEST UNION PLACE ?AN P elegant suit of Rooms ou the second door, fronting* the fountain; aUo other rooms. elej*i?itlyfurnished, and will be let at ressonnbia prices without board. JjlfWISHED ROOMH?A LARUE AND BEAUTIFUL furnished room and bedroom on the sect>nd floor nf a first class house to let, for tho season, to single gentlemen only. Apply ou the premises, No. 59 Blceeker street. TjlURNISRBD APABTJCBNTS-SUITABLB FOB OBIT* P tlemen or gHutleman and wife. A Sitting Room and Bedroom, closet, j^as, and moderate rent; Miard i! required, ?ir uh?* of kite lien for housekeeping; ?U?o, a Be<lrooraou upper tloor, 47 Amity street, near Washington sqiiarc. TjlURNISHED ROOM8.?TO LET, A SMALL ROOM, r wfth a ifedriH?rn adjoining rontatnin^ water and ^aa. n itU a ,'irate, "uimbie for a Lt-dy and ocnUeman, with B<Mird for the Udy if required. AojHy at 49 hast Thirteenth street, bmwn en Bri adway -?id University place. < C1BNTLBXBK AND THKjB WIYM on on0im GENT tlemen can be aremnmodi*ted with plensant Roouis and Board. Apply si ^29 West Fourteenth street. Terms moderate. References exchanged. CIBNTIUBMEN REQUIRING FURNISHED BOOMS, r wnh or without f ull or partial Board, in a stnnll private family of two peraons, mar find a41 the>' doeire, by applying at.47We.nt Twenty-scvemh street, between Broadway and Sixth avenue. Inferences ex 4iangr<L. | - n.vJinw i rAttiY, nil. BAM' TWKWTT-riKST \T a. ro??t.?To let, a unit of handsomely furriMif'd Room#, suitable for a family, with prtvuto table* If dt*nlr?'d. Hmise first class* i?n?i be?>?j?ii ally located between Lexington and Fourth avenues* Park privilege . HAKDflOHBLT FUBNISHTO PABLOB AND HKDrooui to let, with i*< ; r*.! for the or will b* lot with 1 e<.u rente nee* r>r l?oo#?-k?N plim; .11 t. <? m<xl#?rn in^proronp-nt?. and stvay of mowis by earn and mages. Apply at 2,18 1 W-'.st Twcnty-aixUi street, ttmi door east of Ninth ?tT?rm<?. JACKSON HOUSE, 310 BLX STREET.-'THB LOWEST n ui< a an I uiom. comfortably and onoronlently furuUJied I Ajurmu-nta In the city, to meot the waut* of ?mn)l f tmllwH, I with < rery roqitiMitit f urniture. Lhicn, cookiu# range and utensHs, uu't Croton waU-r. I A.inr. AND i'LKASANT SPITS OF ROOMS TO LKTJ On second ami third fl*?or*, furnished, with hot?rH, v? a I v'ntl- tn>?n I his . Hi* or hKenU"men, at 383 Fourth ntroet. n??Hr I*>t.t7ette place; i'>tit*oa quiet and central. fteI for? a? vH ?*x T\J 5 - KK, TO AN1 :j v EST TO S , EK lil'l i iil str ?Rooms, elegantly iurnlslied, or wholo Floors, w/.h Iciichen, cellar and yard. Houpes low, first r foiur story, biHiwn stoiio; eoinuion parlor; meals | fttrni.-hed. Wbo.o flr?t Floor, or Easement for phvsi< kin's | .; k . "\T0S? 110 .V" 112 BAST FOURTEENTH STREKT, near lawn pqn&ro?Kle;int Rocms, hin^Iy'or in suj.'j*, wilii I> :r(2: tcri5i.? moderate; house ju.^t r?paire<l ai d renovated. A}?ply as a!> >vc. VTEATLY P0RNI8UXD ROOM8 TO IST-WITH OR it w "it Te ma vt r; r'-n u- e. h' *?** ?-ontuln* all the modern fipproveiheniff. A;?i?Iy lor ouuweeitat Xi W? st li-. jwion struct. 1)Lt:asant and well '/Vfm-hkd front rooms to k*:, with Pr>.-d. Neighborhood !. I, ic.itlon convenient to curs and at. ;jes. Ai?;ly ?:i 81 West Twenty 'Sixth street. PRIVATF BOATUWNO ?SEVEKAT. VBKY riJSASAXT ! Room* ^ ?'}!> i ?. on BOdWlto at I Kt i ... iBin tr?t, MvOnhiB um v.ir boon - toi.'i. \ ? a r 1. is?< biun, .fcc. Dinner at0 o'clock. I paui; onam'm.-hi) pkr w; :c for a rur^rv it *' rii'i ?t t ' with i>.l! iidnni, to a ?vnt w.. ' y * ? , m - . w u ***, Kx< u?. l#% iim ! i'| ii.. .... .1*. Aj'p.y hi 16* W>? Twnij-ttikth Htrin-i, ! iv Jtr i-Jrhih :??i n?o. fir." m roll i.v Tl.fv>tf and v.'ife or st'fr XV, . n. * <i or wtiiirmf h? . I ft t.hf* i.rif !> t? ii W i K.. .i? .-nth t-liC' *. j> ii . * .i' .n'-yftnt. nil i/' . t? , . n \ \ * ' ?? ] ii. >?. t> 1...t?i ( r .'k'tyr> 01: unvtl. . ""t<? * Vi ' ' !'>" t'.unlii . . : ... .,-t S! v . . .i r . . . " el, .?: 1 iitfc v . u at " " - !' "> ,* : ;\T' ; ' - VT? V ?i til . IP . i t 1 11 , N I *1 VV V !. .i ; ' ?n?llv, m; . ? .! i > i . i A; . j f .7 Li.o 1 i..i .-si.ii i u** SW YORK HERALD, MO BOARDING AND LODGING. Small apartment wantbd-with or without D BohtiI, 111 <'t''K?utly furnished hoiiic. Any nrioe jmld In nunlcal Inatruotinn?piano, ornan, or euitlratlon of kiIh. Ildhrkl tMitiiii'iiials from Oovernoriinil w?ll known DiYiues. Lddreaa, iu mediately, Reviewer, box 218 llurald office. IVI THOSE LIVING IN HOTELS AND BOARM.VG hoiiBec.?Thore is an establishment ojiciiod ut 110 1ac<)oupaI ritroet, the rooms being laid out in null* and urulshod with everything uocossury for houseWtXiiiing, in Ttier itiul u family may have a complete home and live .1 ua inconceivably low rata. There U a rebuuraut at acbeil. ro U'T?ROOMS, WITH BOARD, fTRNJSHEr* OR I'Nfurnished, in suits or sinitle, for families or ?lnxle qentlen?n, iu nun of the must ploa.mnt location* in the city. Apily nt 40 Washiuglun square, west aide. References exhanged, PO LET?WITH BOAltD, A HANDSOMELY FURNI8II. til Iront l';iii jr, on second Hour, with two nlnwu. Tho m.se ronlmns the lmvli'ru imprnVKinruis. 1 .oration eligible. 'hi1 coinfi r.s of it biiiuo roalizmt. References exchanged, tppiy ul 21 (Jruvo street, bfUvron Bieecker and Hudson. I po LET? ELEGANTLY FURNISHED OR UNFURNrSH- ! L ed Parlors and Bedrooms, wlih all the modern Improve- ' tent*, k' 146 East Twenty third street, between fctacoud aud Surd avi-imi'b. Kent moderate to a responsible touanu antki> -board, BY a LADY AMD son, TWO V T Room*, on second or third floor, between Fourth M'l Sixth avenues, up town. Terms In udvanoe $40 a month, tchidlng lire and gas. Best of reference given. Address I., Herald office. 7 CARROLL PLACE, BLEKCKER STREET.? GENTLEI men aud their wives and single gentlemen can havecomunable Room* and good B>iarti, at greatly reduced prices, at l?e above number, kept by an enterprising English wiuow *dy. >1TH (STREET, -HO. lttWBST KLKVBNTH STREET. L JL A h*m!*om?ly furnis] > 1 Parlor, oil first or second oor, al?o one simile Room, to let. Contain modern improvements. Fine location. Dtnner at 0 o'clock. Reference* e*? hanged. Vo WRfiT ELEVENTH STREET, BETWEEN BROADway and Univsrxiiy place, iq a private family who eep no boarders, one Room to let (foraMnj?le gentleman,) c.uW furnished, with closet. lire'ilace, gas, water closet aud ise of bath room; term# moderate; reference* exchanged, RON l> STREET.?HANDSOMELY FURNISHED mj*) KomiS to let, singly or hi *utt*. by a young widow >i ly. Few person* taken and every attention paid to ooiulort. DA8T. BARK'S ri.'JK? ROOMS TO LET, WITH liourd, lo gentlemen aud their wive* or single [ouileuiou. Dinner at 6 o'clock. References exchanged. )Q GREENE STREET.?A NICELY FURNISHED PARiO lor, with large Bedroom attached, t.? let to gcutlemeu a C * per v, eck; also, a front Basement at $2 per week, sulta* - i so oflioe. ) - CLINTON PLACE. BIOHTH 8TRSBT.?A l'Rl/'/ vate family will let to single gentlemen two large oo.ns, containing hot and cold water, and nil modern improvements, where tbey can have the comforts of a home. >/ EAST TWrr.FTH STREET, BETWEEN BROAD" M) way and Cniversitr place.?Families and single genb'loen can obtuln Hoard in a tirst class house, with choice if Ro >ms, sln;r!e or in sols; uUo to rent a front Basement, ml table for a physic inn's office. E>7 v.l T : ilRTIETH STREET rwo OR 1HREB f)i select families mnl thacf*or four gentlemen of the u hc^, respectability can now be ac? onm<> ? ,te?l with S'tiU ?r single Rooms in one of the mostdelightful lo<-atiou*, situs? o between Broad war and Fifth avenue; table iirst class, it !'? rcuecsexchanged. OQ BEACH STREET, ST. JOHN'S PARK.?TO LET, / with H.?.i i'i' tu >> biriri* Rnnmu fnielO ? mi thonnrkr* . s ? a large ii tU Bedroom? w ith urate. lloniM* contains all lin- modern improvements. Term* moderate. \ - W1 T TWB1 tY POl R : :i 8TEE1 r. BETWEEN I *) Ft.lii and Sixth avenues.?The nlir?? 8eeond Fio??r, furnished, w lib H.ir.:\1, also Rooms for uin&lo gentlemen, call l><? h.i<< mi nvtMonable terma. 71 west twenty seventh 8tbirt, hear sixth I X avenue?Furnished Rooms to rant, with or without Board; also iwo lu.nisome Parlors, with Bedroomsattached, hi HiM'ond floor, uuturnished. House !ir?t class. Term* moderate. 7Q EAST FOURTEENTH STREET, NKAH HKOADL O way. Board? Families and single gentlemen at t onir.o ?; t.' \ \f Uh desirable room*, at moderate prices. Dinner n' oVlo? W. Urferpiiwa exchanged. Q/\ T; N'.ll 8TREET.-?TO LET, TO OENTIBMEN ONOU ?y, Pari ors on the Urn I Jloor, hand somely furnished; the houso is c<!utral1y located, near Fifthhvpiiuo. Br<*nkPast served in the apartments if desired. References exchanged. OQ tiKKKNK STREKT, ABOVE 8?'R1N(??AlJttON *>0 House.?Elegant !y furr tailed pnits o* Rooms, with ^a.*, Croton water and every conv?ui nee for housekeeping?economically; particularly suited for small, respectobio families. Kent low. "jaq wi st foutttbbnth 8trbbt.-to lbt, Hn7 with first class Board, Rooms, in *utt or single, suitable for families or single gentlemen. I! >use and location vrry d? s'rable. Terms moderate, to suit the time*. Dinner at b. Inferences required. II STREET. WBST 07 AND NEAR X 1." Broadway.?Pleasantly furnished rooms to let, w itb or without Hoard, hi i^Jo or in suits* Meals served in rooms if desire.1. Transient boarders accommodated. Location pleasant and central. lift WEST TWBNTY-THIBD BTREBT.?DESIRABLE .1 I') R . .. i tors , irately, mi be obtained, with H'wrd, In a pleasantly located and weil furnished house. Rolerenees required. 17ft BLK COJCEB STREET, BIX BLOCKS WEST 07 1 I ') Broadway.?A new house, with nil the modem improvements. Pl.*a.?.mt R-?otns, with excellent limtrd. from ? 1 to $.1 per week. Families with their furniture taken on moderate terms. Breakfast from G to 8, dinner at I2)i and 6. 1 OA TIC NTH STREET, BETWEEN BROADWAY AND JO'" Cfniv* rsltv place.?Rooms to let, with Hoard, ton j? nan wire, or a parly of single bit iemen. House Erst class. Best of reiV/enees given and required. Also, R-. commodalions lor a few Day hoarders. 1 PRINCE STREET?ST. CLAIR HOUSE.?ELK J.til/ p.uitly furiii^li 'd Rooms, with Bedrooms attached, with all the i ?rr.er fences f?>r housekeeping eomplete, meluding Kss and Oroton water, to let to re?|>e.:table fanul.es or single gentlemen. QQ/f FOURTH STREET, NEAR LAFAYETTE <)Ot plaee.?Two lurgo and also small Rooms, to U*<, with Hoaid, furnished new and neatly. References exchanged. HMATRV HOARD. COUXTBY BOARD.?BOABO AT THK MOUNTAIN House, Ctirnwall, Orange county (a few miles above West Point). Torms snchaswill aceommodato all, even in thene times. For particulars inquire ??f H. (*. I.AW & PRO., 22 Fulton street. Iho house is new and commodious. IRA WOOD. 8VMMKH BB80BT8. rp H B LATUORBTTB HOUSE, BBROBN POINT, N. J. J. will Ik? kej)t open through rteittember, decidedly the most pier\iuinf montn of the season at tliis p-jint. Liberal arrantjementa maile with those en^jurinR for the bslanee of the senson. Boats leare pier No. 2 North river *t 7 -0, 11 2U, Z;'A>, I:'i0 and 6.2U; from Dey htn*? t at lot^ and 41 i o'e!o.-k. W?dL?\ >V. IIILL, Proprietor. Mansion HotsE, long branch, nk.w jkrsky, will remain open dnring tho month of Sept-mber, owiug to tho numerous visit^r^ now stopping. BAMUEL LAIRD, Proprietor. OCT;an' HOUSE, NEWPORT, R. I?MKKSR& KEENER & U!!u n bee to ir.fonn th<>W numerous friend* ami the public that, notwithstanding *11 r<")K>rls to the contrary ,th?y have determined ta lccp the Oo-an House ep?n iSr ?ho reception ?f khpsIh until the J5th or theiaxh oi's<:j>teni^<T KW'.Nm h BIRCH,Proprietors, The olen cove pavilion will continue open for Hie mvplion of vl/dtm ? Die whole year. IIOTK?<N. nOWAIU) HOTEL, 174. 17B BROADWAY, NEW, YORK, September M, 1801 ? iti'irenrtiineni being ih? order of U.i' i! ly, ami tin- proprietor <'f the Howwd Hotel diwtron* of ki-t-piii^ puce wiih tlie ifiiiPK, Lax dMeriuined t<i reduoo tlm pri^' m fl.iav.1 fi .mi f.'J to $1 SO per 'Liv, The simc attentliiii which ii.tr, ci-Hrrl) ;!' irl'jlzed the rulnine of Uii* wel) known btiMiiess UoU'l will cniulmic to bo cxerciHOd n* heretofore. J. K. KINOSLEY. TTOTEI-.?ALBION PBJVATH FAMILY HOTEL AND .11 hoardlm? hoime, .V," [iim utreet, corner tti t'har!-h. rvrMirw returning Iroin the country ?nd those vuitins tin*riiy M ill find this a ni M-t deslr.itile phn-e. ltooms In :-:;iiH or M from $4 to $7 ]*t week for Allele person#, and from $"S to $13 lur mu.rii d, tucliidlug lk..ir?i. fci-, u?e r.; <uth-s AC, T. LAMBERT, Proprtetor. ST. PENIS Hi'!Eh, fOK.VHi Kl.KVENTH ASH Broadway.?This Hotel having b?en compi' toiy renovated, newly c tr;*-? d,iu?l furnished thnmirlioiit witii spring beds, &c., the proprietor i* now prepared Co offer a;?trf.itieii!.s t? jwiica ref. i i? from the country and the travelling public jre,neially, at ,,rfr. g to s.nt the tirneo. Having added lo tho many n< tr tenures of lb' liote! a new and spacKms dining fa loon, fronting on FJevnth street, he feivs conlldeet that ha i in p "?s ail hIkj hi ly favor him with a call, both in uric" and inxorieK of', table. E. E. UAU'OM, Proprietor, Formerly ofPt. Nicholas an,! Fifth Avion? Hotels. STKABXBOATS. /~iamp .viv.rim;.?mohs.m. i.,.. : ; r..' ?*; ; it key ;*>rt, MkMI"Wi'*ii I'ylhl nn<l '? -it.? h-:i,...ire Tho large and c.':'.iitii<x!k?u? Menmer MAYKI.OW] : Wl| leave i>i:t 2C Morlli river, l> rtvt.-.-a I' lrc. iy :u.d It bltisfflt Rtrcy lH, ev( ry m?."u:re: .1 w o'oloe!:. It ' rtlc^ wlU Kevjicei at 3.M) I*. M., landing ut (Unwind. pure each way, !5 ocor 'iS e*c'K ft r ih i tiTho earn;, ra in - a? Mni'Metown Mil wl'l ft'r.mcm mi Tn'.fJiiy, Bet (emb?r 8. ,':t i^ea wi'i bj Id auonducc en thy Arrival of tho lioit. Svtku,? luis i><>?t will . avu Keypartoa .satv .lay at 1 Km V- V. M. fltlANOK OF H't'R Fi.f. 'C ' . i'< .T < A ' D APT? it V^1 till* dal. the ram' : i\ V i'<t : . ~ . r. V.'i I'<>t ' Rohliif i "trt i. . urn. .w .h e .] , c. , fe 1*. 11.. Mi! Ki ypiir: t A. \fOHNINO USI FOR PEBKSKIt.U?THR AURORA i'l i ..* ? .lay *: :.; .. ai \. %i. < - . ut WV?t Tenth and Tl :t: . . s . i ? . ll..? ! .,>. !' :,>? } ip , i'irrj-tiiAn, Wnv -in . II 1'i.iui.iud V< rfi. .fi- ?'?. i:-i.iir, : >!1 ut 2 i\ it nomwfit 7V "i K?tfi PA.'.rj, -nrvo.-iTED ron r>? < , it th/>ti>';...,|j ,,, ,11 , ! .,!% i, ,'l ? '''r- A| J11 t* r ih Ii arct ",d? i! ?.i > iv. T us ' bottles. no. 3 ?:-; si IP, h? Tim: } Mr - for f ,l , ii, .. ,m i i " i". vi r, ,V>c?n!- >< r fi itI* *"iJ. ; to* T tin f {Mm .. J of D>* Jl. / ? ... AT K i M. V; l . \ T I ' ' -- Ml 10 lot by .1. K. W:| .1.1-. i\; ii'.rti ? . >r .< .. ?? (, h- . . ei ' , . ; < ' H.iy, ijU I; ' . i m? !"> ?/ ? u. ? ? NDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 186 AMISEMKXTS. MELODEON, SSW BROADWAY, CHINESE HUILUISO, bftweaii Spring ?? ! I'rlu.e fiONKEK l O.N* i:ur IIALU OK AMERICA. MONDAY, S. [it. #, Opening Night uf I lit; E?U and Winter Season Remarkable Kr? la the History of Amusement* in th? Unit. 4 Slates. TbliOmnd OalaBeason of Magnificent KnlrrUintncnlH will commence Mummy night, Sept. <?, Under the direction of the followiiigOirpado Management? Henry lea Hole Leasee and Proprietor George Lea Actum Manager Charles I'latt .T)' aanrer O. McMillan Stat" Manager Prof. A. Straub Loader ot Orchestra Hou Yatoa Tcrpslohorean Director Modi. Domenlco Bo.,xa.il j Tn,u? Gustavo Rldaiv? . Director of Vocal Musio Mos?ik- Devernl A Smith Scenic Artista Minis. Broeque Superintendent of 1'roperueii K. Vollpa Managim; Carpenter K. 11. Uhamlierlln Leading OUIi cinf the Ilouso Superintending a polite, numer tin and cDil lon I corps of Ushers. Competent heads of all the different llnea of professional bnatnesa have beet, engaged to superintend oven lite in> st minute detail* of thu operations of an eiteuohe theatre with a MAMMOTH COMPANY. look at tho record of talent eupniv d ? Mr. J. II . OUDEN, The Emueror of Irish Comedians and \ ocalists. Slgnorlna JANNKI'TA UALLETTI, The most celebrated and accomplished Dau^cuee on thn modern stage. Mon?. VRI.ARDE, Tho Orand Premier Danseur. and so acknowledged by tho public aud French aud Ann rlean press. ' Moils. ItONZANr, The director of the great Itoi.zuui I'. ilb i Troupe. Miss EVA JUH.ST, The accomplished and beautiful Vocalist, whose sweet ballads ale admire J by all who have been pi trlleged to hear h'T, has also Icon re-engaged. Tl>e Ht.f u:it!i ana grope of her video, combined tvllh fu superlative sweetness and trn lony, make her indisputably one of [)>e first artists of the ji;;e. y;?> has uo equal on the American stage, and consequently la tho American Queeu of Song. ERNESTINE I>K FAIHKH, the ynuntr. beautiful and accomplished II,intense and Voealof iU" <Ul eutertaltUog, popular and MMoiftlac young ladies in th? united State*. MISS K.tTK FLNNOYKR. Iler artistic merits as Dan* <e*o. combined with h?r fmeinatini* beauty and em hauling ^raeo, liavo marto iter o at no the most popular favorites of tin* New York public. M1SS A1) I; I. i-: CALL A, formerly Prime of tin* Jiave] Troupe, in which position aire ,;atned an fx: nsiv - reputation .:s aa artist of th?a Ural order, is ?tl* . i .enji?i -d foi the n w season. MHS i'L MIA. HI I LKR, the young, beautiful. f.w?. mating ami accompltehed Comic and Kcuiimcnts? ? "calisj. h.nal re nj:.'^c<i. Mo.VS. Cil'STAN K B1DBAI X,

Prime Baritone. Hia versatility as an actor and principal vocal!at given him an enviable reputation a* an artist of superlative merit. i'KoFKssoit BF;X. YATKS. Ballot Master and finished Dan-. t a)i?! L'omedian. M < McMillan, Irish and eocentrlo Comedian and Vocalist. M a. IIAK r. the Ethiopian Comedian :m.i V Mnlist, one of the K. F. V.'s, and a contraband from K.. us M ?urn*. JDLV/.i .: BKoTLEK8, M' UoL> .V S< S, Miss Josephine, Miss i i. i.i.i, Mi n ;?>ln, Mim Rett*, Mlas Orlmhi, Mi?h l?ourette, M.-s B? -<iw|ue. Miss Allen, Mi<h MaLorv, Mian < 'lark, M |Smi\v<dl, Mik;< lloyt, Mis* Far.nv Hall, Mid .1 -: hi . . MIm Uo wood. Mis* Fti ry; M I lUyroou J. tfherwood, Bradley. Iri*, Moidi* ion, dray, Moultnn, Taylor, Williams, Ad:itus. Uli' k.imu, A' Ac., with acorns of u* .-t ' i heir v iriot | pen mm i . and reuresentatious over FIVE HOURS To enable all a presentation; e.n^'quenfly it will He tieeeapary to cotnnieneo punctually at the hour advertised. In* cr? ?iaed accommodation for tl;o guestshave been made, which the Increasing business < f the pant se^HoVi demanded The public are respectfully invited to minutely examine the bill for tins week's performance, which will be found to contain a list of L ? most remarkable and even astonishing entertait: mentaever w lines.ed, which tie- ropri<,tor b.is been ind" 1 to oiler t? hia patronn in eon*e<p .?? .? of their form er i. -'-r ?( patrona.e am' general appreciation of his etrorta to pl: aso them during hia ndmiuUiranou ? e past aeason; and now ivl; in ItnpllcUhrup m! teirerlti at iudgmentud pfompi reapon.^e t' wards w -11 ditci f?l i lfort^ to provide a chi^ap and N et ex^eiaior perior'nn:?re, he lids iircreuned Ihk liu .Hit i?v-, tirt.-i i upon a satisfactory return. Noedvsie oin pri? - t admiMMOii iiaa been made, nctu uhatatidtfig the to aiir.M-tion and enormtms expenditure, but will remain as be ret oJ ore, JJ-eua. rpJTEATRTCAL.?AC5TORH ANJ> NCTKESi'Etf OK UKI. co,ini/' ?l ability, u:\il an 'tttraetive l>ar?h? iiNC, AvlKhingongag? menu for the Fall and Winter S?m-ou, will addn r a the umleralgned immediately, ftahn - capabilities and lowest salary. Theatre to open about t !?c 2uth. Mil?. II. A. I'KRRT, Metrop li'an Theatre, Detroit, Mich. /1AU1).?AN INDIVIDUAL 11AS THE rii! r.M'irON \J to advertise Ann? tta (lallct* . dansouae, to av 1 r at a certain i4cone< rt ?.ahion.f* She will certainly n? ?.. appeur, aa the publication is a downr^ht inisrc:;. rseuta! it. VV. BUTLKH. ' THIS TURF* I7M>n 8ALK--THE TKOTl lNti HORSE HONI-M' l'i:T106. 1 . I to HIRAM WOODRI l r. UNION COriJSE. It. I.?TROTTTN* I. ?OX MONDAY' Sep*. 9, at ?\a o'clock, a match lor $200, intie h ats. IT* Woodrutl' names br. m., to hirncaa; Jaroe> i hornp- ?n names b. g., to wugons. To come oft* ?>n a da . SJ1AW :c WHITE, Propr!et'?rs. HOR0E2S, CARRIAGES, 6>C. A HTVI.ISH. FAST TROTTfNU BAY HOUSE ?TI'OTS J\. inaidt* 2:W), lor sale. A!h<?, a line top iiu^ .y anu liariichs, clfv maile. Would exchjinco tor diamonds, tine jewelry or a liuo piano, inquire at 37.1 <'anal street. "171 AST iroriSE. WACON. TTAr.Nr.HS AND SLKIOH JF wanted in exehanco for 127 imti-h of hind in P? y!f nht, 1 oand cl4 r; 60 Te n i . I i 1 tore or live?-- -table. Anpiy of &KOLIO ? M ASTIMiS, No. l'i Centra > ? % corner of Chambers. TjlOH SALE?A VALUABLE TIU.'R RKKD CANADIAN F trotttujf sMtlion: sir years oJd, i'1/ ml* bL'i: < <? four beautiful family hoi-*e.? , betw ou tiv i'd si* y- raoul; inmatid in every 1 i 11 1 iltwilrs 1 hour. Apply at No. 10. Knsoji street (lager bier aaloon), near Canal street. IJ10B SALE?A VEET HAKDfi MB H Oil! r 1 nut sorrel Mare, nix years old, I'1. lands nu'b. kind to )l hiun? N>, im a first. rate h;? I>1 ! ? mare; w ?'.!! 11 ?::e a line facer's horse; ran trot in minutes. Can be en at 99 W tint Twenty-ninth street Feed Store. IJ10R SALE?A VERY FAST TROTTING HOUSE, DARK JT hay, bmS tail, lfl^ lMttdl bi(b. | J kll 11 eight years old. A nply at the private stables) 41 hast Sixteenth street, near Fourth avenue. Foil 8ALB?A COMPLETE ESTABLISHMENT, OOICsistin,? of a very handsome light Naroui lie, made by Wood Brothers, a double harness, ami * very Un? pair of '>?y carriage horses, sixteen hands high, long tails, ai\ years obi, and will be warranted sound. Apply at the private aiab'.es, 41 East Sixteenth at reef, near Fourth avenue. IJ10B SAT K A STYLISH BAT IfOBSE, 8TX TEARS oid, 15 bauds hijjh, sound nnd kind in h r??Io mil double harness; wilt be *"ld cheap, as the owner baa no use lor him. Apply to S. 1). LAU'l'KR, 228 Third avenue. I710R SALE?A HAY IIORsE, CHEAP FOR ''ASH: A ^ good cart horse; fast and Hound. Call at l'j Barclay street, up itiirt. Incfoire for JOHN HAAP. TjjlOR SALE CHEAP?A SORREL MARE, SEVEN j} years obi. sound, kind and gentle in every respert; will be pold for $100cn*h. t'an be seen at Merchant's stables, *n Twei ty-nlnth street, n< ir Broadway, IilOR SALE CHEAP, ? A LAOER BIER WAGON. Apply at ll'? .Maiden lane, or at :ho factory. Corner Sontk Eighth and Warren atr ?ets, Jersey City. IMPORTANT TO HOE8SKEK and STOCK BOEEDera.?For wile, two full blooded Stallions, both black, aired by Long Islaud BLrefchawk, Jr., mn of a full bb>'*Jed Pure*: mai*: one Mx years, sound nnd kind, well broke; mm tnc in 2:4ft easy. The other two years oi I. ; Indaud jyntle, l.f? hands hlfth. Also one four year oW bright b v Stallion, 10 hand* high, well broke, out of Trustee, Jr. WilltfHl dituip for cash, or effchango fbr city or Brooklyn property. Apply at 170 ChaUiuin street, second It sir. j p. TRAVBB, Aoetbmeer. SJ'AVIM INFIRMARY. NO. ! ,MK) HHOAHWAY.?TWO *r thr?s< more valuable yoking Homes rau now bo m v?tuin slated at this stnblwhmtiit. No blisteriug, uo firing, b't a speedy, easy and etfe<ittial cure. rp^tEB 1ADDL8 HOB8BS? VEET BXTBA; A PAIB J ol 10.1 hands, lonjj tail Hays, j ri? e $l,/>/J; one pktr fifteen hau-Js thre*- Inrlies, trot iri thr# < olnul'>, together, years ?;ld, inat uom Hie eountrr, price I J. O. TAYl lit, Agent. 10,'t, 105 and 107 East Twenty f?Hirtn street. TXTANTRD TO PURCHASE?THREE OR FO(fR SETS V o? t'rsM'h H?rUf"S. Any person haviti'; s'i< h io dispose of ehe will (ind parchaaer by applying at the Lirery Stable, l::i Eighth aveiiur:. nan rj?irr carriages, coached rchtkaways Dretts, top and nototi lltiggle . Trottiu-.1 W;iq m- Sul kb'S, busli,. m and grocer's Wa^oiVa, S f'y sets II.u ikjk*, fortylive H irw*. selllnu ofl' cheap at 12 N' vins street, 9 FUtbuah avenue and Wl Fulton avenue, Brooklyn* pebsoitali I>b iutift h child fob adoption *a lovely } female infant, about two wf^ks old; nou'? bi:f. rea^octnMe uartJen ne<*d anoly. It can bo seen at 29 Araity street. comcr of Grivni*. TJOWBBY, SATUBDA.T, 9:30 P.M.- THB ACJ) r by tV* "iv- ' 'vl?o w.n - *' "i leii -it the f iler,' i l'iiir- tlon f>f Hie s?u!'.'nuiti I t > ,'uite, lh :e>iuc?li:d lo K';nd h?r adilreiM to II. Hnroid, I'l n:!i Boat.-t aw is tub cm. nui> lbavb o* M inrtnyor T.f-s:'ny evnmg tor tlio N'.Ttii. Wnti to uie atxordlua to ngreew niti. J **. Bob-akbcted sake, becbxybd yocbs, which - me :n'.K'li pvufiirc. Leave for "f'a.U." bn bin,;: im 'atiirdiiy; ?'> ..< 1 you ?li?n. M*"*. /UI'tain II. R.?VOI" CAS RFCFfVR tvs :Ul.'TIONR V_^ ,n ^-nril e ?rr. . fi-i.m ww of lii i? - ??,; Mim-o tn thw.'.intrv, U ynti wiii j'-;u the cli.m iliv.< -..n i m. lo.l.y . 4i; . ,:lvv.,>. i: u:-'.I.:; r.t. Cu! ....I, .,u 1 :* of jinMstu nr< j}< ing to j< in. II. VV. 11r.i.K.v.-TJn: friend YOU :-':rr yi/.m on .1 L Tlmrwi>. jfor.wioft. m f.-.'i' I' th S - V . voi: *vi ri- A'aikiu .'li i !vi y, i v.,',-'. . 'ih of :iii tillv with V' 'i. .mil hipr, if Un? uviu. y . 1. . V'"s llu?' you will Jen i iiim your uddreau. Write t.. J'.* .\i. 1'., Liifun Tf A. V. v., WTJWRS BRAT4.Y TO ' EE T1IE LADY I i'0,1 . J .1 .p., , h . .1 V- Ite oimm tok?r, aft I ad 1 Ma. W? l.., .-. 1, . Poal 'I ;*- " ?> '< va ftpjirc::. tu. i.v; th..; s- iftiiiio t ,. prrsiT a m m: \sk ok "/ ' 1.' - :r- [. Ill , , : -1 r?. 1? n'li ill I*- I ill iikim',,. 1. ., . I nil (it 1: j : . ?.. I'ttnoilt told Lh li-w f < . . Will . : st ") r. , . ty. D. 1CKS.-MILLS (AOTRBSH) With !'.)'( f t IK A PACK' . ? . : ' '' 1 i". ' . - i'. x. i "-a i . ; : f. k* i\T :.v. \ rw i,-jvi 1. c s ?r'avr. sll J s - . : : v fj. T. 'h - , M ?i FORMATION O! N M.M'.S, t I > L rl. J -i - i . . f ? h<\', i H, 'l -ft til I-. . I . . 1 ' .. A * ?IC^I 11. AHVSEJIEKTjl. WlNrRit OABMH. Tb? maniwinftnl h?n plmnntni In nnnou minx that MONDAY, tfElTKMHBi; t>, will lio THE OPKNINrt NIUIIT of th? prenent tfHWMi, wlili'li will b? loiniguratod by Iho brilliant and beautiful oommtii tmn MKS. JOIltf WOOD, who will appear an , , , CINnRRKIXA, In tho mimical i>itrn.vn ;.ut/a of thai tltIn, nltared front I'latliho's rcralon, tu suit tlin titties, l>y t'b.uNn I);in mi Stmnli'T, E?n., of "Vanity ami will be t yoJucinI *itb entirely NEW MUSIC, Oo'np<?sed and arranged by the musical wit"!hp*or, Charles K ;uuti. N * an.I nunero scenery by Mr. C. S. GoU. HLYf CO STUM liS, PftOPEKTIE* AND NEW AND STARTLING EFFECTS, and with the followingoast:? Cinderella, a Young Lady who aoon leave* the ashes for iIih great Mrs. John Wood Miss Pairhoufut, one of the Cantankerous Si stern? more given t?? idle ways than good ho??ki (in -it H|)|H'ar.uioe thU aaasoii) .. .Mi*a Ada Cliftou Miss Ki nrielltla, the other Csntenkeroua nmu:r (rtrit ftpjM arauce hero) Mrs. Geo. Skerrctt The Baroness Soldotf, made after thepattern of Mrs. Caudle?a copy from Punch, (her ttrnt upi<earulire here) Mi*. \V. It. illake Fairy Quern, (her Aral appearance here) Mi an Lothian Fancy, in tears Mis* Benuefc The Vrin * Itodolph, n reformed Young man, an reft lateh key* and co<-? tails. Wn relation u? Prince N ipoleon Mr. A. II. davenport The Baron Soldi-If, very nearly *so4d* hi nine If Mr. Lew Hi Baker Caplllaire, a corpulent yonni; gentleman, reeently retr.r . m? from a? wtintrv n 'r tf A!r. fi irry Pearson Rumple i11 ?Kin, kliK :r? a ('et-inun Gnome and ProsMill .. . n ihitfiiiMi.il ] u-uncc here). ..Mon?. Siollosy Tb 1 1 Mr. OUiv The Flunket's. M *><... Gallo\> 'y,Thwiup u, ('I .'vet anil Skfddcr The Baron's Band M? -i... tV'idel and Lester i *Uori * . j , Melville, A& Pairtae, Hunter*. Sprites, \n izons I i keys, Ac. INCIDENTAL To TliA 4>l KM.SUl ii TliK FOLLOWING xi - nr. Hckmi First?8onc, burlcsoue?44 Come, Buatle, Little Etvei." Hckkk Bvpond?Duet, Barftui and CuplUatre?" We Won1! 00 Home till Morning.*1 Set i*nadf Bar >u?" oh, fir Contract# In I'll g'>." Sck.xk Tuihd?Scenn. Cluutrclla. "From Poker11?(Fra Pi* o). Kong?Cinderella, 44 Once a Kfnit" Duel?II.iron uml Cl'> <*v? " i .-irtund Wearily.1* Recitative ?Prim e. " All Around ?j? Silent.11 Duel?Prince an i rapiluire, " I'm ?n thia Cap.1' Quartette -* t:.'* Prine? iau (Touting." Concerted IV a All the Characters. " t:??rne, the Dinner's Wailing.11 8tknk Fouktiy? Duet. Prince and Cinderella,44 Thia Heart no mere i . Mine." li i t? I' l'- houllaand Rondeh'lla, "Oh, Pa, Let itsdo.1* .set > t. . irt.i s.?iij5, I'm i r-lia, !th ilutH jm :np luiment, arr.in ' n .V. K""j it/, " iiomef ft Home.'* So ? ixiit ? M.-- i i kiitaire, 44Bacoii and Crocus,11 | m4nMD . ft Hurt- B. -t! and i a]dliaire, 44 LB rtud.*1 Sci * ; Sktknth?Kiosle, Cindere la, "Oh, J?>y Urihounded.1' 11* ? . " Di ?rn." SV.MU'sl.s of 80ENF.UY AND INCIDENTS. Strang * and Cui'ions. Sen an? and IImid- jmif, anil KflTectt Hturiliiip and i urli?us. Si'i.nn FrusiT?Puma <>- the Ch.r.?au ?if the CountrHS i> , by u nil with thi C?i uingtheCaaU i'ii" remba< --K tney t i rn ?.f dep i U ! m i> irrirai if Bu , toil Uon of our old frlenda iiy Mn i.i r | 1 nLwander,*1 "Mm I ?. "iv .ni?? *.*, >4Yutflw PeraUun .? nd Iw mtaiton, Uai, the; are 44pl.i; 'i ?>?: "??i !i!* .u .'H'l'.'.irr.ii'-e ?il Clnde*-. !I:??The el. '??ro 01 Burl- iu *?ii 'liveM ? her with a new dr? *<n l?ir the Winter tJ.u deu. St.fcij >ji 'lVin?Kxterior of the Hook* of the Baron Sot. doff, with i r o latroet an p ipu u . i Bai p and C .piilei e en a Spree?"We won't fto home till inoru'1*4' 'i e -.?uh n-Miibon i? scaree, we can j 'um.mw e.|?; i?eei end plckl trim nlal experience#?The Baron trtea t<? melt bU 8[tou* with a serenade?Tender appeal -'ii.. -n ? CipiUairn a ';r..tuli.;i?)!i, *4'1! k my ht.ii"*, I'm i' u lour ri-d yet"-- Ihii k(,'ard of tho mysterious i'rtu.-i-? Tin) liaron "up to ' < ap.M Shu M', Tu!kd.?Hull of the old M;.n.4on, from "N'nsh's V ws," by <i t/ -K<ni?fria of i.i'! night's revel re--(.'mdercdln dlacoveri l?Ahtt, poor Build of all work and no piijr, * Mlu th i . Iy v the e in ml* mutt i hoe ' K.rt My tr i ? position ..j tin* F iirl* ? "Things set h-mot.-Uem i vtuu *. > lUmce from Dm* cai ? i he ..f \ l... i .m.u .! kTlt . M.i ftj ?b? "HOWC M M 0 tUI.' . .r'l* h" shark? '?J.ms of Will J. but little ? n *h ? Ktf# ts ?. v ? M-t'/u upon small families?J he seedy JV.ron?0o<ktulis over nt^ht?8oda water In the morning- tfhatty nerves I ar.l i;??< ? i t.??tt tamper?'Terrific p hi .it th- ?;..ie ?>t t;i?* .iste? "l < it tii.' s ?Hurrah lor r iv,,r. u Arm ! of if e 1* tiv ' -I ti .?ard of commotion in th' H .ton's h<>uM? t? ?l l? Tf I'ri, ; 11 I his v-<I (?ll'imHt ic t/i' his , I! . u mi IH oj;elu::iB?? of tire** -Oloth'* make the tu :i; tf," WU'II "f "VI the fellow?Me.-: In,; of nucleoli* HI"' the 1 ri >tl Print e ? I'hrtbinu e|, et I . m Mo - dotm-M?. iruina?Kiui I ? 11 tun 11 lilt h ... m, preoodi . v bis own i?du<>The strait*to which lit li RMlBwd by being ?r( of help** "T'ie J'iinie ih coming!"?A maguificcnt effect noany de- ! OKAM> ril'X'l. >'10N Of TUB 1MI.VTKRfl AND UK- 1 T> NKRtf OK TH K I I I N? K U^MirnJntfroni : h ?"ii - ?i!r-puis.re in his -.'rang" clothe*? Ti'e ?iry j:ovis are -t stuff, nor trmy shoo 'v?Old *ui s at u . < .? int at. ', your. 'uit- at. n p:rthtui?Wi m is on the tab! "Now for p ?*. lu? k anil woe ootide the ?;rub.M Hi'l.NK FOOUTII ?-0 i: of lh?' it.it.'U'h ll otse, Oct7. ? M r il e|f.:ci of th I'r it.- H j ..n?The uti'.oM'd (Mudereil A sepreity o Hp.>? : ?A little j-latrt m? e lo {*<> i great wti) A lui". essi 'fi ;i <X?tj')i?"!te ? op. ?The lovfni; >iit*I . " ..oubl.' ]-ro| I ? '1 he l'ri:u er? <|. nniiiRii n l Alher 1115" -i Uiln?Ti.e v i"t He.sthe K "M iln^ slesn ? "1)1" ! ' l'i vii, 'tis love, * tf -41? iv.: that ?ak":< the v ?/t lif :ro rouuii"? TI : i ii "i d ; u ki down Udtei* hetuti Uke ten ])in ?? .iw tluent |Te ?nH,..|i of j'.c v.tf<-t, "'I'.ike c,(re, Sir, or we'll h '\ v ?u troiim0(1*'?Cinderella'* he trl more t. u<f. r?< ;tiii<:?- M' h. n y l t .n-?! out?Our oj,I friernf He/f\vjv i:i ..itfhlly niter ?f mid iinjir. wl a la Uout i?>ult? 4 tnderelln 'M.ely to proro the ffcrorite?B*ron andt/api lafre ..-linn-The n u ? trump?The Prim e uml- . ; a I you mai ft - m .i n't know, hit Pvopropotnn to enk"~n to ,! 'i t*, To.?? ii copper?il. . } or tut)*? Tlitt en:-:..-- 1 heatitu s?A pa.-une-i i - f.-n-k ills?A r#i. M iH^vjr?The pr?'fiiw of a tleclHloii?The la ii"? rewolre be|."f ui.in lnxe to w. tr the t cr:>K Kirru.?t.ar 'en of the Baron's House. Get?.?Cin</tnrelln at the wr'I-1T'-.* unirl nttnu' fi ' -r--*'! w.iiit trty h m As r ? I. my bo e *.i n d" Cindertitla like iht mini two IomJh O. Ji)iV? \io t)v ? A t. .-.et f. I liovin? Heiirt'e^.if * ii vat. '*?i:in?iep lift'* Appi . la'ion of the poor rel:it1otiH??Warm ten in ' t.t;u*t?Home, swei litini-\ wit i (Jee ho I>ol?hin a?l?I -mia?Tfo* w '-.'i \ huck'-t? I'm) it ' u tax"s?The O irnun t; . : ? Kuoo -ihii'tsKiu, the fro-;?.< 'fmtcreila'H ditillkf for A 1) - >???<).? ;iw<> > go?T'-'iil; thoe.-h hid 1? i?oun-l to up < : -Ih rn;nn eicelietJ un-1 ff?..n t. i ? >!w?re?TIi- , - tef- k?i -'i' . j bt? omen a rurtj. . *?T ii. . -i.' pnmpi^n?The, lively mice?Ttie happy lir./.nrdii un<l i > t 1 c--t. MVv t[M ; i?? S TRA N'S FO U M ATlOS and new dlenoivmtf vi. Tim nr.r ?-o. . n, efi-ilim: Brew bt it, anil bound i ? J?e". me the . -hion an ! the rape? Tne little i.uia/:oi?K?A r *al f'ni.ui Home (Juani?The promi^e?lti-n ' ?r?ber, n< t a s?<-ou?t after i wtve?InviM .ittoti of the imji?" Magnetic lluids to my nid"?I>oo(t to toe riotk, fairoiat'l. Sckxk ?Corridor of the I'abre?Tbori in on upr?*ii ?Ear* \ r; p M-tutit f-?r the m-wter-i; imt m.i nice 1 <?? the net-van*.*?The p.-uiee renurm'ii hla pIuvjh ?Al i ival of the oomp?iny?ti ?."overy by the Baron?*' ii? uv a Flunfcev*'? K :e, fire, fury arid de^ ,ru"tin'i?KuiupclaulLskiu bltll on hau.i?t'onsteriiHtfon of fhe atteutfank-. St:km-. Si.ruMii? Ornnd Hall k'w?fn in the I'alace, opening u/>'?n tile g.iriJmih and :;roundfl, Ue'z, I N P.AfiLO IN MABt'llERA AS !T OrtiMT TO 17Are ttKV v. The revelation ? j; -.i. oi.nnie nientil? native In the affile re. Atf'biMty /,!' Mm lloy.il Hl- uie^; he .v fi both. Triple PoJke?Mr. D.r. enport, MIh? A'in t'l; f?u nnrl Mrs. Geo. Hkerreit. Arrival of the My^ter'oui Ones' ?v-\-fnIfeeut turn out. Her re unblance to Oinderefla?The Prince ia struck?Love at ?a ?tit?Ho is it poner. tirand I'n D'ExUi ."?Wre. John Woo<f :md \f. Vzollofiv, Wonderful majjnetfe efl'ert?'The <;iionm* triumph^ ?Yhe fat'il hour H'.r ko -J'hemaidol all work driven from the l'?.aee?The l^?Jt Slipper.?The prorM? *i:ati.>n. ?1The trial. 1 he sinter* unable to wenr the maoic aho??(Jindorella oticv more?ft Mm h< r H';e i elore. TT1K I'RI NOB f^ROOfiATMS IIKH QPEP.N. Dr'/i'itul fill*' of the c.irjfan!; 'oi>u? Si>*lejn.?The grateful fatt y Otieen?Ooncbnllnt: with :i OLIMINE OF TlfK RKALV.M OP PSRPKTLTAL BLIPS. Tie Fountain of ner nnial Youth and Beauty, and the Sprite* ot U?ve and f'hniatire. Tae fierforoiance will commence with a Grsind and orrgh;a! Overture, cnrnie cd lor theopenioii tii^bt liyC. KOITlTJC. Be4ween the pie the cele4ara*ed NfiHitlngale Polka? piocoltf?And Flageolet (Hjliuato, tw C. ICOV'I'IT^ and N. LOTHIAN. Alter the Overture, will lie presented the Oomedfetta, fn one an, entitled COOL AS A OOCnMBER. In which Mcrsre. Baker and J. II. Stoddart will appear. \TBW BOWERY THBATRB. Xs Sole Proprietors Messrs. G. L. Fni A J. W. Llnsard FOI'llTlt WBEK of Charie? Gayler's great r.iilitarr drama of P.f'LL liVXr 0?, Tjik Sackiw o* Kaikfax Count Iloost. TV p 'titr ouiv.ly of AH Cool, AS A lU.'t'l MBKR, Am! 'ho ?' i :i:iife ?f RAYMOND AND AUNES. BRYANT's1 m1n ii els, meciian/os' halt,, 472 broadway, i vp liranrt g'.reet, Monday. Septem'j.i!Hn,i??d every uiaht during the week, TI.V.rA.V-'? Nl-'iy RAW KECRCITS. dh tl".IBLKTT outdone. S. 0. <'\y. I'lilZiA. ,,. iiin i?i,Milnr /tali.-iil*.iikI H'.lrliiinrS. THK srf:AN(.Ki-.. Mr*. nailer?EPII 1JOKN | Tin-Si i.mjter.. .DAN BRYANT DKirs open nl 7 n vl k : curiam riftm at fl. Ttnk??i 2A ct*. ALITINO WHITE vrriAr<8, A J.IV IN.} Will I K WHALE, a i.ivr.ii white whale. A LIVINlS WHITE WHALE, Frnm the uorihrru km, may be seen every day and evening, AT JONES' WOOD, AT ,IOvi;.'I* WOOD, AT jones' woko, trxnwk a i.a :?;b pavilion, lnokk a Laiu;e pavilion, Ereetr 1 ,,i i, <t erp" is" in tbnt U-kmlful r"tre?t, ExtanMro preparations have lierr. made in ibo erection A N IMMENSE TANK, AN IM .H:\- K TANK. am immense tank, will"!- M gnnplted wi'.b nuie - i w?>r froi.i (lie East river by t " rui a ( ii. rt'ulm<\un pump, whlcti thm?r( a sixlii.h '! , > ?.?' E nil>t SAND KBET OK IKON IIPB, u i , ix , h ,Ui eipiextly fur that pnrpi <e. Everylxidy hm b. ?i"?' of wi.a'es in i RSEI'y t.? !.r.4" and "sailors yarns;" e.ver.,i" !, h; ? r-i. I r,f I . y* fi i j, i i nnd l.utorr: EVERYBODY vi iNTS TO SEE A Wl!\LE, *nl d.jw t.iey ? ,-<f. -I'tuiilty ol (iiijono in Uis natlvr element, J-T ii'irri in A 1,1. i ,s : K.Vl'TY AND flP.ACB, aqif.l''. ii-, I: in,.., ii i.il'ii ,'J'.y. in, ,kt pte'isin^, Irntrm vi i. intciittliij; exhibition evor imijdii'ed ici lhi> V'.irk puMK Aiti?. -i >:i only 23 cent*; rh!Wren under 12, 15 cenl?. Hirrnco<K'^ N ."ION VI, CONVERT II \LT., 172 V"?v " i, one blix-t fr, T:i " IVnverr, IMMENSE S'T< IVVKS/M sutcBPS ( T nRttUAJfT VOCAU Jpv> F".TI".NM1 FVOEL. Fii? i. >;? -f dictc r\.- !* , t. J. (:.< I. V t-'OI L). AND YltANK ''HI. iii in at- to. . . ii?*-v fur,.'m-eel rxprculv lor tbia place, i allort THE MADHHiVIJJ OP SPAIN. An cntlrflr new Puree Wftt be produced this KTonIuk, with i j. < : r v.Nr.unt and harry fox. lie' i! ! ' entertainment in ibr clljr. A 'mi-ill* n I') ci'llls. X.1V! I.V lU.ATi.KTOJ.KT-YTITHSCEVI RV,W\RDJ.> robe and prop rUoc li.:m iato ni?8a. . I.j .lOlIS S. (lll.i'.S, Iio?BiVi)r, fcc., No. Kltaa'.Hlli st i _ iTIBEAt T1CTOBTJ Ki NVITET.Ef In r.r?? 1 Af. u i: v OcckUH r*. .?;.i v* ?ud Auf.otnv .? M?u| iu oyua, % T A5Il'SEME\TS. NIXON'S ROYAL (UROUH. Tht* moNt jiu r.irttve, moral and fn*Monabl? t'Uae??!' unniM?imiu in thw city, corner Fourteenth ?iret*i mid Sitih aveim**, adjoining frfM Garde n. A GHF.AT SlirrRHS, A 1 IRK AY Hi:r?!K*K As thn crniriM and fuaUlunubln audlnm < ? nljlwly nttMt, la ilii* com hi iiKilon uf KQl' K " ritiAN amd ZOOEOHIOAL wonders. l'.lju KSTHI an AND ZOOL.Ottl'AL WuNDRKX. on Monday night, Supliinti-t'9,IStil, NEW KEATURE>, NEW SCENES and new ARTiaW. Klrxt arp^n-an'-*' In ?l* vpar*of thi? tkl.l ' i' rated h i'm or i st, df.nmh 8tone. c lllhka l fc.i> humorist. DhNNIE ktonr. ii, eleven, 11 . LEARNED BUEKALoES, In aatonUMni! ivi.u, Introduced bv lUc Apaciio <w?r. ki: cn?a^(;iik i.t ill tin* '"''a fit' EATON STONE, and the graceful TtaUan horseman, hi'! it as 11 an QUIVLIANI, the ttrent sanitation rider of Eiir< re. v All. the STAR ARTISTES ' .? of til ft NIMo'h Harden I'.iiuontriaa Tr among thera Ml* ?l.< j-i'TULAit iioVARA, f tfle DERNANDK/. IsuorilEIW, It-. The Comics j ujl1ek kknt uad akaistllokil ceoroe ross, NHAL-, MOKOAW, lllYLUS, l'Kl'I'ER, ELLIN Li MAW, f LITTMS .1 K M I MA, and i\ host of otVi<*r i < i tally I't'l'UruU'd. Also, ibnt hj.li'ndld i aneu of Eyi'lM; UEAt'TV, OENERAL RCOTT. 4 or and matinees will in- given iliik wui-k, on Wcdneitday, llih; tbiu .l.iy. 12th: Friday, 13th, and Maday, llth Inst. admission 25 cl.n is; children l& cents. 2JAKNtM'S AMERICAN museum. LAST week t l.AST wkkict Last weeki Of n?ont woud??rful nr.! ottr*\ordlnAry LIVING IllprOrOTA.Mti?, \ LTVFNd If I ITO'M>T A M 1'S, v LIVING Hli'nM'OTA.VlS, I IVIN <} fl li'l'Ol OTA .Ml 8, Which \a* nr#at?*U the Rr<j*l*Ht ?\?:i?enu*nt HtnoRff tho soImiH flu and ?*jrlous. ev? y on** wf whom rr^jin! hlni as th\: maun i:l of thb animal kingdom, ami l.tta. in ti?o l oj ?l t>, ?h. \i. ait ! vU, i "IMMiN nil*. KAk'ill TllKHIC iS NOT III* LTKB.* An?t well thi y i,' > v, lor in In the ntnuig??j*i, the witurtflrl fnl und <'XW-iiorduntryauiin.il everaeuu in Amnion mmm! i>hlbiou*, LIVfcS IS THIS WAT EH OH out OP IT. | walkn ou tho laud or on [he bottom el' tho ri\ er, lint Ml M llta*:? oi Immo . li t>urt;u ??, ;-iul ,?nms t?? he 111'' V V I I' l# I'll A M k K- \f V Willi* hlR|K>wrr and atieosth ain di-M nliei!, by (loth ?H4 mut pt iuufl h -M ry, tu (,, ^i^.inllr. Ills exhibition iiiui aflordi-d llio mom iniwiiittivl milialiu:tioii to tIiIIith; and, ukl lit the FIRST AND (INLY LIVING MPPOPOT\MW9 Ever aneu in A mi-rii-a, find the dillUniity of obininliig Ami maki'? it .'>!'> <li it tlila ia the U.,t that will uo m:i? hare, no uian, woman or child .NHOI'LD KAIL seeinc. HIM; A nil iu thin I* t hi- In <*. wi'f k of bin caliihltloii. and iifloc le*Tin;: li".-? In' go.-* to remote p'irii, NEVER AH V!N TO HE .SEEN IN MSIIf YORK. Mo lime U in !? i ii l.v thour win, would IkoU noon i llK GREATEST WO.V7>ER (IK THE WORLB, And who would f ill of Hi'i'in^ llio FIRST 1MIAI" I AN I' OK THE RIVER NILK Thul hvc: i. I'll >oii mir American ulioie*. To add to ill" Intei'i of th? i ?h" ii 'oil a native .utah keeper. salaama, Who n?i dhted In hi* i-aptiirw, him him lu rharfle, and hi in li. 1 o In- irn ut .?II tuoir:., win lii il.i' ill));' >li I'mmiH tft EXHIBITED AN 11 HESi-RlltK.D EVERY HALK HOITR, Wiifu ha ih wen both in and out ut tliu water. AlMlat* keen A LTVIKG 811 ARK, BruMe* a pirat vnrlelv of oilier livlnx Klsh, Turtles, Ac. what is if? or, man monkey, ti?A LION, mam Mill he Ail sAMSnM, momnbr snakes, vji \;;ia, iiAi'rv ; vMILY, *p. MI.hh law hon. DOIIKl.e voiced vocalist, mi..-, matilda e. toi.ht. Tin* t ilonti't voting Violl ii lit, Ac. TWO Sri'ERR DRAMATIC I' E R KO H M A N('BR Take plain l'.\ eky DA y at " ami 7>, o'clock p. M. At etch of which I* produced un ebiganl pttllle OStitled time TRIES all, AnS Ibo langhabli' mid p? >p aoiiiilni; furce entitle* LnVE IN Lit TRY. Making tin* moil alti ... '.ivr euteiUi.. incut in the HIf. Admittance to all only 25 cent*; children nndrr III, IRonata. The great cantkkp tot y mksic hall, 5?s hl'.oadw \ y (ii:eat acces.ion ok talent. SECOND week OK CHARLEY KOX, charley PMC, CHARLEY KOX, CHARLEY TOX. CHARLEY KOX, CHARLEY KO*, CHARLEY KOX, CHAKLlsY K#Mt?' CI1AKLI.X KOX, CIlAlll.l.T K?K. 1'Ue moat latente I Ethiopian comedian in Ibso'tiMl^. mo day nk.irr, MONDAY NlGUT, Elr?t ?j [uaraiico of ib.i celebrated AMITON A RUCKUS TROUPE, A. liTON A P-OHERS TROUPE, AMITON A ROOl.llH TROUPE, ASIITON A KOIU'.IIS TlUIUPli, aMiton a iiolKKH Titoui'E. AMITON a III" l i s TROUPE, ArllTuN A KooEltB TRoUPB, asiiton A Ul il ! '.ItS trojji'e, ASIITON A ROGERS TROUPB, ASIITON A R(.(lEIta TIMITU, ASIITON A lUXiEKR TROl.'1'E, ASHTON A Klllil'.Its TtiOUI'B, ASIITON A It* ii il-.ItS TKUUi'E, ASIITON A llllbEKS lUOl'i'E, orkat Ol ainasts, (J/'KA'f Dvmifastf, oueat (IY ii nast's, GREAT GYMNASTlA Wli.i.. wondei fu! le?t? liavr farni d lor tbem a ?all'?MI rpi.iiLatioQ tiik daring l'echelle KKA'T, Till* daring L'ECHKLLK KEAT, with lh? uniwiull doll LKAI* OK TWELVE KEBT 1.KA1" OK TWELVE KI'.BT LEAK OK TWELVE KEKT To a KWINGINO ROPE, 8WINOING RWT*. hV.'IN'i.ING liOKK, hVV I.N(,JNU KM'E, 1j- mil ill ron (iimiioih far In Ihc rare. I , i "rioi uniKi H of thr* loom. Uiunlcd Tr?tit>e tncl?4* l'echelle, TKAKEZE, Tt. MULING, LA PERCHE. SLACK ROPE AND CLAS.Mi.AL GROUPINOC. '( nilay nlfhl, by particular rci|uc*l, tb? _ ii ripmji'c i,i. ii tnirr, i^uriPiiqiie nnromv, K . |ur I-: t j'lii.rr, Burlesque Kiifonnfsr, lltirioo'i'ie fcrioiii liter, BtirUnqne Emonjiter, il'ii Kuirouuier, Burleatitte Encotnitar, between iieenan and ratprs, HKPNAN AND RAVKKH, hlkvan and savi-.uh, ITTTVAK AND sayi.ks, If EKNAN AND 8AYM18, Ii1.1. s A N and kavkiis, 111 UN AN AND hayeks, ii' i n \.v and sa >'m:s, iii:.;nan and saykrs, HKl-.N.iN AND SAVERS, IIEC.NAN AND .lAkliUei, OR THE K VTT'.K OF FARNBOROl/OH, pniduocil tiudertlie Immediate auprrviM> n ol the UHK AT HERNANDEZ. (JKKAT Hernandez. OPEAT IIT'UN'ANKI/.. OPEAT HP.RNAWEZ. OlMiAT HERNANDEZ. GREAT HERNANDEZ. "kat Hernandez. orevT Hernandez. WUu mi tiiik occk?I?ii will cni^l th*rbumcterof TtVM sa v prb. TOM SAYERS. It m?T bo ? sorted iti.u liornamit*!, in the auttinrtihip aa4 pr*tuetlon "(thu PAN'tovffvk pantomime PANTOM IW? PANTtt.Ml.-K pantomime PANTCMUOS Pa.VTU.MIMK pantomime pantommmb * ok the soi thl.tln eeppoee, OK THE SOUTH1;N KEPUUEK, OP TEE .SOUTHERN RE f VtiEE, wliirh will hp tn 11h tilth week Monday utglil, hat (track ft mine of we.iltlt lor the C ANTERBTTRY, It having ulready hr?tr;ht overflowing honaea. NOTl' E -THE THP.EK ttlNTRAIIANDR from Portr**i>s Mmiroe, having jiutt arrived tn New Ymh, wll ?h"rtly m:.ke tli?tr appearance at tilts house, due u at tee at wkn'k will be mven. Extr>. None*.?Id eonwuoence of th" great numbw oi iiriHta fti yi ;i-(l nl thin establishment the dcnir? will tm Mi I rr>in Una date at 7 o'cliwk. Performance ."mmenrraaitji a'rfock. FOX & 1,'URRAN, i'ruprieMHk Broadway MUSIC hall, loJ and W) HIMADWAY, 483 >H fli ONE DOOR Pitt tM BROOME STREET. The largest place of amusement in tlte city. BEYOND COMPARISON. The crentesf combination of talented tvrtlida In Amerlfft. Til K STAR ft tM PAN Y OP TUP. WoRLO. THE STAR COMPANY OP TIIK WORLD, lit!'. STAR COMPANY f?F TIIE WOIU.D. THE STAR COM PAN Y OP THE WORLD. TUB ADMIRERS OP WIT, HUMOR, DROLLMIY, COMEDY, BONO, MINSTRELSY, Will lie rTatlllorf by the j ''r ... tnunoe of the He*t ai tints UM? world ever produe'etl, In ol theirpartu.ular; departmental and tlic whom onK i tjtlnmt'iit ? Insoniperiied wun vaneu ucla an uiuxl a i.v "nit of n.lml. KKW OKU.y<IZATTON. TI.6 l*nt n?firo defiueulorx ,-rfft cnnmlianii tkft wcrld trar produced. THE IIROAI)W \Y MINKTREW, THK BROAt)lV.\Y MI N.STIIRL.S, THE r.i;<)Af>WAY ,MIV I'HIiLS, THK BROADWAY MINtil KELtf, BILLY mi: H, BEN I oTTO.V, J. A. HERMAN, TIM NOIITON, JOHN Ml'LUWAN,' D. HOLT. J. flERCE. e. u. bishop. TONY PASTOR, TONY I'ASTOK, Tin* be?t Comic Singer Hii'l fMnv'i ir America. Tl! K (S KK V.TKST HA J I.l: 1 (KOI IE, BALLET TUul I'K, ballet ruori'i:, BALLET Tliot'KK, BALLET TROI'f'fi, BALLET TROUPE, wltltont etrep ioti t!m Iht t in ibe rwutrjr, ??rirr the direct Ion of TAUI. BRILLIANT. THK BEST orchestra. ik the t rrr, in the citt, urnlei lite Lcuuershlp "f V. V\\Y \T KErt. ROHK'IT \V <i n.KR, Rr!,. M ii. , I.A THOiiN'K, S; ,?#* Muungar. 41 I-AMERICAN CONCRt.T llAl.r. 'I r M. I . '.flHTAT. Ite cheated ami b?-st pla' lum 'inUi' w .rid. IMMENSE AVTKAC I MM NSE ATTIC AT t CROTTnr.O II'. I 211 HOTrsPA c> iwn,.? n i < r . <ki? hocsks. X? *' "if nil th? ;>t 'if imMwesn""1' '' iin tlie prodo 'i'm nf novr. - tin' 'I it rta.iiiUKiit ifilhoui c i>- ml iDlcrmt-i. u n f ' r >' -irul ?. ii.tlf h"Mrs. BAM.HT. \ VI MI>1. lii In' '. n'.l vrlth Xi-.'"i nnziH. IHii'vj, Banjo, < i ,i ' P in'i.i'r'r.ul Sluiu.g, Ntigro farces, Vamlerilfoa, Oh'ir'. I L. SIMMONS, CHAI f.EV W!!TT". IS ILLY ^L'lN .V. C. GAl'DNRR. M. ITKNER. BAKKY LRSI.TI?, y. siiaA', ti. edksow, 7n t 1 A '' 1 ^ I D-* v . v V r ; "i m EMtl.Y tKVAIRE, v . \iis's*r 1 v iacK.SON. ... M -1 y >vk( i, >i t: i M >' i ?? kmieu i' I I a :;!. >>, v < .1 a iHlsOK, X . i. ' ; ' i' '' ' ' \ v, V K' K f \KT'i, y ,1 | , | -,\ ; , M . . 1- i.OIIUM.'li, 4 twuiliwtte Hot. soaui.

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