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ADTERTISEMBNTH RENEWED EVERT DAT.
CORJPORATIO^r^lO'riCEsI
CORPORATION MOT1CR. - rUBUO NOTICE IB
1? h?r?oy (clron tl th? owner or owners, ooeupant or oo
upuM o< oil house* Mid lots. improve* or unimproved
lnndj, affected thereby, that the following assessment* have
Boon completed bv tho Assessors, ond ore lodged ia the offteo
?( tho Bueu of Assessments for sxnmmnuou.ty nil person*
tnterueted, (faii-ftt fa:.sing vnosnt lot*. The limit* em
brnced by ?aoh assessment, include nil tho several houses
Mi<l lets of ground, vnesnt loU, pleoes and parcel* of land
?ituxtsd ou one lot on north aide of Twonty-fuurth stress,
SOU feet eeit from Eighth avenue, *n th* wool side of Sixth
Avenue, fr m forty-sooonl etrset to a point 24V iashoo aorta
?f forty bxet street. All persons whose Interest* are affeooed
1; the above named assessments, and whe are opposed to She
Mtme. orolther of them, are requested to present their objec
tions In writing, to tho undersigned,at their oUioo. No. 4 tlall
tf Keoords, within thirty dajd trom tifo date of this actio*.
WILL IA* GaGS, ( A
CUARLK8 J. DO DOE, 5 Assessor*.
CHARLES McNIKLL, )
OAee Bureau of Assessments, Street Department, Decem
ber 14, lata,
F CORPORATION NOTICE.?DEPARTMENT OF RE
ly Pnits and Bopplios, December 17, 1863 ?Sealed propo
sals will bo rocolvcd st tho office of the Cominissioaer Of
Mecaire ant Supplies, N*. 1 new City liall, until Tburday,
lltth Inst, at It o'clock M., at whioa tims they will bo open
ad ia aoeordaaoe with the amended charter of lbh't, for ths
ad'ditloue sad alterations to bouse* of Engine Company Xo.
jy and Doso Company No. 11, situated in Amos street, be
tween Greenwloh avenue and Sixth avenue. The plans and
specifications of tbs work required to be done, and all inlor
aaation ia regard thereto, oan be had at the offioe of the
Superintendent of Pabli* Buildings, Ne. 71 l.ud'ow street:
alio, for keeping tho fire and polios telegraph*, furnishing all
nooossary supplies, and repairing the same for one yeai from
the first day of January next. All information in regard
thereto oan no had at the office of the Commissioner of Re
pairs and Supplies, Ne. 1 new City Half. Blank estimates
can be had at either office. N. B.?The Commissioner re
serves the right to rejeot all or any of the estimates it deemed
for the in Wrest of the Corporation.
haktuolohiw b. pcrdt,
Commissioner of Repalrt and Supplies.
SORPORATION NOTICE.?PUBLIC NOTICE IB HERB
by given to the owner or owners, occupant or ooonpante
all houses and late, improved or unimproved lands, af
fee ted thereby that |the following ass e sea eats have been
completed by the Assessor*, and are lodged in th* oiEeo ol
tho Bureau of Assetsments for examination, by all persons
huerssWd, via.:?For building s sewer ia Fifty-fonrth street,
from Third aveaa* to near Fonrth avenue. The limit* em
braced by eneb assessment, inolnds all th* several hens**
and lets of ground, vaoant lots, pits** and paresis of land
?MnaWd on both side* of Fifty fourth street, trom Third to
Fourth avenue, en both fide* of Lexington avenue,
fine hundred feet five inebes north and south from
Fifty-fourth street en th* east side of Fourth avenue, from
Fifty third etieet to a point 1U0 feet five inohos north of
Fifty fourth street. All persons who** interests are affsoted
by the above named assossmeats, and who are opposed so
the same, or either of them, are requested to present their
cblootions in writing to the undersigned, attboir offioe, No.
d Bali of Records, within thirty days from theidat* of this
Actio*, WILLIAM GAQK, >
CHARLES J. DODGE, S Assessor*.
CHARLES MoN! BLL, J
Offioe Bureau of Assessments, 8 tree l Department, Deosm
ber 18. 1853.
f"10RPORATION NOTICE.?PUBLIC NOTICE IS KERR
EY by given to th* owner or owners, oeenpant or oseupants
cf all houses and lots, improved or unimproved lands, affeoted
thereby, that the following assessments have been com
pleted by the Assessors, and are lodged in th* offioe of the
Bureau of Assessments for examination, by all persons in
terested, via.For building a sewer in Thirty eooend stroet,
from sewer In Eighth avenne, to a point two hundred feet
cast from Ninth avenue. The limit* embraeed by sush assess
ment inolude all the several houses and lot* of ground,
vacant lots, piece* and paroeli of land situated on both side*
cf Thirty-second street, from Eighth avenue to s point two
hundred feet east of Ninth avenue. All persons whose inter
est* are affected by the above named assessments, and who
are opposed to the same, or either ef thsm are requested to
present their objeotiun*, in writing, to the undersigned, at
tholr offioe. No. t Hall of Recoils, within thirty days from
th* daW ef this no tie a
WILLIAM GAGE, >
CHARLES J. DODGE, > Assessor*.
CHARLES McNIELL, )
^Office Bureau ef Assessments, Street Department, Dec.
OKFoKATlUN NOTICE. ? PCBLlJ NOTICE la
hereby givsn to th* owner or owners, oocupant or oo
onpante of all heustf and lots, improved or unimproved
lanai affeoted thereby, that the following assessments have
been oompleted by the Aseeesotl. and are lodged in the offioe
of th* Buroan of Assossmeats for examination, by all per
sons In tore rested, vis.;?For flagging Thirty-eighth strsot,
from Second to Third avesuu. The limits embtatoed by snob
assessment inolude aU the several houses and lots of ground
vacant lets, pieoe* and paresis of land sitoated on both side*
Of Thirty -eighth street, between Beoond and Third avenue*.
All person*, whose interests are affeoted by the above named*
Assessment*, and who are opposed to the same, or either ef
them, are requested to present their obleetioas, in writing, to
th* undersigned, at their olfioe. No. d Hall of Keoords, within
thirty day* trom the date ef this notioe.
WILLIAM GAGE, J
CHARLES J. DODGE, J Assessor*.
CHARLES MoN JELL, S
Offioe Bureau of Assessments, Street Department, Decem
ber Id, 1863.
flOKPURATION NOTICE-- DEPARTMENT OF KB
V Paire and Supplies, Deosmbor.13, 1833.?Sealedxroposala
Will be reoelved ti the offies of the Commissioner W Repairs
tad Bupplisi. No. 1 New City Hell, until fstnrday,
34th insL, 1838, nt 13 o'clock M., atwhloh time thly will be
opened, in accordance with the amended obarter of 18(3,
for the building for the corporation oftheoity of New Torn
the following note ferriage, engine, end hook end ladder
truck Ono engine for Engine Company No. 37; one hoee
carriage for Hues Company No. SO, and one hook end ladder
trook for Hook ana Ladder Company No. 9; also for fnr
nlshlng, for the nao of the Tire Department of the eity of
Slew York. 10,0011 foot of hoH. The plana and epeoifioauons
? of the work repaired to be done on the apparatoa, and a
?ample of the hoee required, and all Information in regard
thereto, oan be had at the oSice of the Chief logineer, No.
iB Elisabeth street. Also for the building, on the two lota
Kv need aa Mremane' Hall and oil honae, in Heroer street,
ween Frinoe and Houston etreota, a building to bo need
far the Fire Department, and to bo known aa Firemona'
Ball;'and alao for the alterations and addltione to the Su
perior Court rooms, part 1 and 3, in the City Hall, for a pre
fer meeting room for the Board of Csunollmen. Tho plana
and epoeUoatlona of tho work required to Jbe done and all
Information in regard thereto. aan be had at the offloe of tho
Superintendent of Pnblio Buildings, No. 71 Ludlow utroet.
Blank oatimntea tor any of tho above worka aan be obtained
?t either of the above ofiioes. or at the offloe of the Commia
ffioner of Repairs and 8nppHes, N?. 1 New City Hall. N
B.?Tho Commissioner retervej the right to rojeot all or any
?f the abort estimates, if amine-: for the interest of the oer
foratlon. BaKTHOLoMUW B. PCRDY,
Commisaloner o( Repair* and SoppUee.
ORPORATION NOTTct^PUBUC NOTJC* SuS
by given, to the owner or owners, occupant or oocu
f ants or all houses and lots, improved or unimproved lauds,
affected thereby, that the following assessments have been
?ompleted by toe Asaeasora, and ar* lodged in the offloe of the
Bureau of Assessments lor examination by all pereons in
tsrosted, via. For regulating and paving Forty-oeiond
?treat, between Fifth and Sixth avennoa. The limits em
braesd by such assessment inolude all the several houses
and lota of ground, raoant lots, pieoes and parrels of land,
Situated enboth aides of Forty-seoond street, from Fifth to
Sixth avenues. All persons whoso interests are affeoted by
?he abers named assessments, and who are opposed to the
?ante, or either of thorn, are requested to present their ob
JtotionsMn writing, to the undersigned, at their olBoe, No. 4
_ bail of Records, within thirty days from the date of this
ROUoa. WILLIAM OAUB. i
CHARLES J. DODGE, > Assessors.
CHARLES MoNlELL, J
Office, Burets of Assessments, Street Department, Deoem
her 38,1868,
CORPORATION NOTICE.-PUBLIC NOTICE 1S HCRE
by given, to the owner or owners, ooenpaat or ooenpant*
?f all houses and lots, improved or unimproved lands, affect
?d thereby, that the fellowing assussraeat* havo been oom
hfleoed by the Assessors, and are lodged in tho offloe of the
Bureau of Aseeesmante for examir ation by all persons inter
acted, Tlx.For grading of Forty-fourth etreet from Eleventh
avenue te Hudson river. The limits embraced oy such assess
ment iaelude nil the several hr use* and lots of ground, va
?ant 1st*, pieoes and parcels of land, situated on both sides
?4 Forty-fourth street, from Eleventh avenue to Hudson
Fiver, an weet aid# of Eleventh avenue Iuu foot north and
?eath from Forty-fourth street. AU persons, whoso In tores is
are affsoted by the ahovs named asseismenta, and who are
opposed te the earn, or either of toem, are reins, ted to pre
sent thai! objections, in writing, to the undersigned, at their
office. No. d Hall of Records, within thirty days from the data
?f tklsaotie*. WILLIaM GAGE, 1
CUaKLKS J. DOC OK, > Assessors
CHARLES MoNlELL, )
Offies, Bureau of Assoasments, Street Department, Doo. 20
1833.
flORPORATION NOTICB-?PUBLIC NOTICE IS URRK
EJ by given, to the owner or owners, oocupaat er occnpaati
or nil houses and lota, improved er u aim proved lands, af
footed thereby, that the following assessments bavt been
?ompletril by th* Assessors and are lodged in tho offlue of the
Bureau of Asseisuicnts fur examination by all pjrsona in
terested, vis.:?For building a sewer In Thirty fifth street,
from near Socond avenue to Est! river. Toe limit* tmbraotd
fey such assessment Include all the several bouses and lots of
fround, vacant lots, pieoos and parcels of land, situated on
oth sloes of Thirty-fifth street, from Sooond to First avenue,
On the West side oi First avenue, ninety-eight feet nine invites
north from Thirty fifth street, and east oorncr ol' Thirty fifth
?treat and First avenue. All porsons, whose Interests are
nffcctcd by the above named assessments, and whi ari oppo
?ed to the lino, or either of thorn, are requested to pressat
their objections In writing, to th* undersigned, at their of
floe, No. 4 iiall ol'Rosords, within thirty days from tue dais
Of tills notice. WILLIaM GAGE. )
CHARLES J. DOPOE, } Assassers.
CHARLES McNIELL, )
Office, Burenu of Assessments, Strsst Department, Decom
feet tu, 186s
SOBPORATION notice.-public notice is HKRB
by given to tho owner or owners, oeeupant orocoupaats,
all houses and lots, improved or unimproved lands, af
ted thereby, that the following assessmeata have been
?empleted by th* Assessors, and are lodged in tie of
le* ef the Bureau of Aeieeemente for examination, by
All per* t>( interested, vis.: For paving, fee., Washington
Utroet, from Qausovoort te Twelfth street. The limit*
?mbraeed by tuoh assessment iaolnd* all the several
houses and lots of ground, vacant lots, pieces and parcel*
?f laud, situated on both sides of Washington street, from
Oansovoort to Twolfth street. All person* whose Interests
?re effeoted by the above-named assess stents, and are opposed
te the same, or either of thorn, are requested to present their
?Meetlone, In writing, to tho undersigned ,at their office, N*.
4 Ball of Roaords, within thirty dayt from the dale of this
luettee. WILLIAM gage. )
CUAKLKS J. DODGE, > Assessors.
CHARLES MoNBILL, )
wOffle#, Bureau *f Assessmeata, Street Department, Deeem
feet5oTl8M
^TORPORATION NOTIOK.-PUBLIC NOTICE 18 HERB
<\j fiy given, to the owner or owner*, oseupant or oooupant*
ef houtoi and lots, improved or unimproved land*, nlfvoted
thereby, teat the following assessments hava been oomplet
ed by the Assessors, end ar* lodged in th* olBoe of the
Bureau of Aaaestmaata for examination, by all person la
tereotod, via.;?For building a sewer la Gaaseveort street,
from Fourth etreet te th* Hudson river. The limits em
braced by euoh assessment, inolude all tk* several houses
Mi lota of ground, vaoaat lots, pieoee and parcel* ef land,
situated on both side* of Qaaeevoort street: from Fonrth
street to the Hudeon river east aid* of West street and Tenth
avenus, from Twelfth street to Gansevoort; oa both sides of
Washington ?'.root from Twolfth at: sot to a point 73feed
South from Oansovoort etroot; on both tide* ofUreenwioh
street and Ninth avenue, bom a paint 100 feet south from
Gansevcott street; on.both sides of Hudeoa etreet.from Thir
teenth street to a point 108 feet south from Oansovoort street;
on bott sides of Fonrth street, from Thirteenth to Horotlo
street; on north side of Horatio (tract, from Fourth etrest to
Rlghth avenue, on the west aide of Eighth avenue, from Ho
ratio etreet to Thirteenth street: on tauth s'.de of Thirteenth
street, from Fourth street to Eighth avenue All persons,
whose Interest tare affected by the above named aasestmeats,
and who are opposed to the same, or either of thorn, are re
quested to present their objections, in writing, to the uader
(Mgr.ed, at their office, No. d llali ol Uooorils, withla thirty
dan from tha date of thta notioe.
WILLIAM GAGE, )
CHaKLEA J. LOIiQB, > Assessors.
CUARLEd McNIKL, )
Offies, Bureau of Asaetameut, Street Department, Dee. 21,
1.833.
TRRIT DEPAHTEENT, NO. d HALL OF RECORDS.?
rublis notioe Is hereby gives that the following peti
tion has bees p rosea ted In th* Board of Alderman:?To
Xsaeo vacant lot* on th* northwest eorner of Twenty-third
.street sad Fourth atonne. Alao the following resolution:?to
Sr g sidewalk en the wet? side of Third avenue, between
Thirty fifth and Thirty-ninth etrtete. Alee the following pel
Won In the Board of Assistant AH irtaon:?to regulate Forty
fourth rtroet, from First to Second avenue*. Also tho follow
ing rose In Mob:?To flag four foot of walk* of 120th street,
from First avonuo to East river. AU person* Interested,hav
ing objections thereto, an r-quo-led to prosouttboiu In wrl
tin sto tht undersigned at his office, on or before the 28th day
Of Dec Tiber noxt. i AS. FTJAKv, Street Commission sr.
BlplWlMh
CORPORATION HOTICJBS.
COEPORATI ON NOTICE.?PUBLIC NOII1118 HERE
by glvtn. that a pot'tlon bm been presents! ia the
Board or Aldeimea, for the ooastraotioa of eeweri in the
following named streets, to wit Ia Civilian etreet, from
A Hi m etreet to and tbroa(h Market etreet, to the Eaet river;
alee, in Suffolk etreet, between Houston and Stanton stroete;
aleo, in Jaekeon etreet. fremeerenty live fott north or Mon
roe etreet to the Eaet river And in the Beard of Assistants,
tor a tower in Urand etreet, frcm Columbia etroet to the
EaH river. All portent interested in the above, aud having
obfeotiuna thereto, ere re<|Uoeted t> present the tame ia
writiar, to the Contract Clerk, at thia otto*. on or before
Tuesday, January .1, lh&i.
EI.I Ab L. SMITH. 1 , ,n,j,.,i
TliEO. K Dt fOREST, \ r ?iAq.5
A. ff. CRAVEN S isoasa.
Crotcn Aqueduct Department, bee. X), 1H63.
C3CFPORATION NOTICE.?DEPARTMENT OF RE
J pa re and Supplies. Dee. 22, 18A3.?Sealed propoeale will
be received at the office of the Commissi' ner of Repairs and
Supplies, No. 1 New City Ilall, until Tuesday, January 3,
ISM, at 12 o'olook (M ), at which time they will be opened, In
accordance with the amended charter of 1363, for the build
ing for the corporation of the oity of New York the folio w
iog engines and hose carriages:?! engine for engine Co. No.
Id; 1 do for No. 48; 1 boss carriage for hose Co. No. 21; 1 do.
for No 66. The plans and spociiioations of ths work required
to be done, and all information in regard thereto, oan be had
at the i tike of the Chief Engineer, 21 Elisabeth etreet. Blank
estimate* can be had at either office. N. B.?The Commis
sioner reserves the right to rojeet all or any *1 the estimate*
it doomed lor the intereet of the corporation.
BARTHOLOMEW B. PURDY,
Commissioner of Repairs and Supplies.
CTOKPORATION NOTICE?PUBLIC NOTICE IS HERE
J by given, that a petition has been presented in the Hoard
of Aldermen ftra (ewer in Rose and Madison streets, be
tween Duane and Roosevelt streets. All persons interested
in tie above, and having objections thereto, are rsanested to
present the same, in writing, to the Contraot.Clork, at this
Oi&ce. ELI AS L SMITH. ) Prntos Aiiumlnob
TUEO. R. DEFOREST, J Croton Aqu?<U*?
A. W. CRAVEN, ) Board.
Croton Aqueduct Department. Dee. 23, 1853.
Department of repairs and supplies, deo.
19, 1863.?Sealed proposals wiU be received at the office
of the Commissioner of Repairs and Supplies, No. 1 New City
Hall, nntil Thursday, Deo. 29, 1853. at 12 o'olook M., at wrhton
time they will be opened,rin aooordanoe with the amended
oharter of 1853, for the building of a house for the corporation
of the ol -y of New York, for the nse of Engine Co. No. 39. to
be situated in Thirty llret street, between Seventh and Eighth
avennea, and adjoining Hose Co. 44 house. Tho plans and
?peoifleation* of tho work required to be done, and all infor
mation in rognrd thereto, oan bo had at tho offloe of tho Su
perintendent of Public Buildings, No. 71 Lndlow street.
Blank estimates earn b* had at either offloe. N. B.?The
Commissioner reserves the right to rejeot aU or any of tho
estimate U deemed lor tho intereet of the corporation.
BARTHOLOMEW B. PURDY,
Commissioner of Repairs and Supplies.
PINANCE DEPARTMENT.?COMPTROLLER'S OF
flee. New York, Deo. 13. 1863.? Sealed proposal* will
bo roeolvod at No. 6 Hail of Roeord* until Friday, tho 33d of
Dooembor instant, at 1 o'olook P. M., when the tamo will bo
pnbUoly opened at the OomptroUor'* offloe, for moh lot* of
land ia tho several street* as at* mentioned below, for tho
nee of the corporation of the oity of Now York, vis.:?1. For
tho pure base of a 1st of ground, for the use of Engine Oo. No.
d9, on 136th or 138th street between tho Third and Fourth
avenues. 3. For tho purchase of n lot of around, for tho use
of lngine Oo. No. 31, in tho violnlty of Ncrth Moore street
and West Broadway. A For thepnrshass of n lot olironnd,
to be used for building n house thereon for Basin* Oo. No. 37,
on tho Tenth avenue, between 13dth and 137 th street*. A
for the parohnre of n lot of ground, with n house thereon,
that oan bo altered for tho use of Hose Oo No. 66, In Yariok
street, near Vandam or Spring street, or In Yandam orSp '
street, near Varick street, a. For the purchase of a (otoi
ground situated between the Seoond and Fonrth avenues and
l&'-ih and 127th street*, for the use of Hook and Ladder Oo.
No. 7- A For the purchase of a lot of ground lying within
the diet riot bounded by Broadway, Mulberry, Broome and
Canal street*, or Walker strott, for tho use of Engine Co. No.
40. The proposition* should give the width and aopth of tho
lot In feet, the name and number of the street, and street* or
avonuea between which it 1* situated. A olear title wiU be
required, and payment will be made en the delivery of the
dsod to the Comptroller. Each proposition should bo sealed
up and dlreoted as ioUows" Proposals for sale of lot In
126th etreet," or " North Moore street," or "Tenth avenue,"
or " Yaxiok street," As., a* the case maybe. And the pro
position thus sealed up, aud thus directed, should then be on
olosod in a seoond envelope, and dirooted on the outildo a*
ioUows " A. C. Flags, Comptroller, Hall of Reoords, Now
York." Tho right is reserved, cn the part of tho corpora
tion, to rojeot any or aU of tho bids, If considered aeoossary
to promote or proteot tho interests of the oity.
A. O. FLAQQ, OemptreUer.
STREET DEPARTMENT, NO. 4 HALL OF RECORDS.
Publio notioo is hereby given, that tho following 'peti
tions have boon presented in the Board of Aldermen :--To
fltg walks eorncr Second avenne and Fifth etrett; to regu
lato, set curb and gutter, Macadamise, and flag four foot of
walks of Fifty-eighth street, from Seventh to Righth ave
nue; to All in to the grade, 126th etreet, from Lawrenoe
street to Ninth avenue. Also, the following resolution:?To
flag fivs feet of walks of Third avenue, between Twenty
eighth and Fortleeh streets where necessary. Also, tho fol
lowing resolutions, in Board of Assistant Aldermen:?To
fence vaoant lots west side Madison avenue, between Twen
ty-eighth and Twenty-ninth streets, and south side Twenty
ninth street, between Madison and Fifth avenue; to sot ourb
and gutter, and flag walks of Houston street, bet aeon Co
lumbia ana Ooerok streets. All persons interested, having
objections thereto, are reqnested'to present thorn, in writing,
to the undorsigaod.'at hie offloe, on or bofer* tho 2d day of
Januaty next. JaMES FURAY, Street Commissioner.
Now York, Poo. 22,1863.
OCULISTS AND AVSISTS.
DBAFN1S8.-JUST RECXIYED FROM LONDON. DR.
Barrow'* Aurioles, an entirely taw, nnall. bnt power
ful instrument Tor deafness, possessing all the advantages of
a speaking tuba, and surpassing anything of tha kind that
ever ha* been produced. Prioe 16. To be had at No. 61 Li*
penud street, Mew York, of Dr. B. DR LANCY, only agoif
'or America.
TU UK BAR AND EYE.?DR. HKATH, AUR18T AND
oecu lit, of 40 Howard street, first ioor east of Broad -
* ay, devote* etpeoial attention to daafno**, diiohargo* from
and noltta in tha head, and all dl**a*ea of the ear and aye.
Ample reference to reoent, and thoit who have been oured
for month* and year*.
WATCHLk, J&WB1JR.V, JK>, *~
CRYSTAL**PALACE NEW YEARNS FRK3EVTS ?HUNT
A KoskiU, (late Btorr k Mortimer,) Jowellen, gold
smith* and silversmiths to the Queau, 166 New Boud (treat,
London, beg to oall the attention of tho publio to their
tplendid display of diamond ornament*, gold watches, sil
ver plate, Ac., for sale, in olass XXilL. British Depart
inout. For estimates and prices apply to the ageut, Mr.
CRARLtB MOo RIDGE, who is in attendanoa daily at the
Crystal l'alace, or at 767 Broadway.
1>ICU aSSURTMIN I OF HOLIDAY LilFTA.?8INOI.E
XV articles sold at wholesale prions Fine gold and silver
os'.uhus; splendid jowolry of all kiDds; rioh and beautiful
castor* and cake baskets of the n iwest pat torns: olocks of all
kin is; p >rtemonnai?s, opera glssses/sewlcg bird*, Ac ; all at
lower prices than any ether establishment in the city. The
Empire Jewelry Company, 210 Broad*ay. corner Fulton
atrcct. N. B.?Mr. ISAAC ALEXANDER, formorly of
Grand street, will bo happy to see his friends and show tka
whole assortment.
icH HOLIDAY GIFTS.?FINE GOLD AND 8ILYES
watches, diamsad and othsr Jewelry; also, sterling
diver wars, of latest oat terns. The subscriber would oall
the attention of purchasers to the large and elegant assort
ment of goods In his line, whioh he offers for sals at muoh
less than usual prices, affording persons desirons of making
presentations of eheios holiday gifts an unequalled st >ok to
saleot from. Among the many artiolos of bijouterie will be
tound the tollowlng, whioh he offers wholesale and retail
Julos Jurgeaten watches, warranted perfeot time keeper*,
hrom $160 to 260; Cooper watcbe*, duplex and lever*, from
?!2nto 276; independent eooond had quarter sesond watehe*.
for timing hrrteo, $126 to 260. Chronometer*?Splendid
Sooket ohronom eteri, perfeot time keepers, $125 to 250; eight
ay watches, which rnn eight days with once winding, $140
to 186; enamel watches for ladles, some in hunting eases,
$36 to 100; diamond watohe* for ladies, some in megio oasos.
$66 to 300: megio watches, which chaegs into three different
watches, $100 to 175; watches which wind and tnru the bands
without a key, $85 to 140. AU kinds of watches at very low
prlcesr -Flns gold leplne watches, four hole# jeweled, $26;
fin* gold detached levers, $30; gold enamelled watoheo for
lad ire, $36; gold English patent levers, $36; gold English pa
tent levers, hunting eases, $88; silver patent levers, as low
ae $16; silver deiaohed levers, $14; ladies'geld ssts oarrings.
pins, and braoeletg, $16 te 78; earrings, $7 to 26; pins, $2 to
26; bracelets, $6 to 80; gold loohets, ono, two, and four
glasses, $2 to 26; gold guard ohains, $10 to 60; gold chate
laine chains, $10 to 116: gold vest chains, $3 to 86; gold iob
ohains, $6 to 26; tin* gold wedding rings, $2 no to 7; gold
guard keys. $1 te 5; gold fob key*. $2 to 6; gold fob seals, $3
to 12; gold thimbles, $2 60 to 6; gold peneils, $1 26 to 7; gold
ptus and peaoils, $3 16 to $16, diamond rings. $7 to 260; dia
mond earrings, $100 to 300. diamond pins, $16 to NINE gold
erosses $2 to 12; gold finger rings, with stones, $2 to 16. gold
alsevt buttons, per set, $2 80 to $12; gold studs, per set. $160
to 10; gold spectacles, per pair, $6 to 9; geld eye glasses,
6176 to 6; silver teaspoons, per set. $6 to 9; silver table
spoons, per set, $12 to 21; silver table forks, per act, $13 to 23;
silver oups. for ohildren $6 to 16; eilver napkin ringe, oaoh
$1 60 to 3 60; gold armlets for ohildren. per pair, $2 60 to 6;
6lam gold rings, 75o. to $3; chased gold rings, $1 to 6; silver
Dim bios, silver tops, 37o.; gold soarf pins, $1 to 7.
GEORGE C. ALLEN, Importer, wholesale and retail, 11
Wall street, second floor, aear Broadway.
TRAVELLERS' GUIDE.
1853.
r -MOST BAFR, CHEAP, AND RBL1ABL*
? 6, Route.?1861?October arrangomsmt? Albany and
New York inland route. Three daily train*: aeoommedM
tica train, at T A. M., and two daily eapros* trains, at8 A. M?
?u'' at 2.80 F. M.. connecting at Albany with Cqntral line el
railroad West; also with the North for Saratoga Spring*,
. Whitehall and Montreal. The train* eenneet with the West
ern and Hudson and Berkshire railroads at Chatham Pent
Corners, for Lebanon Springs, en and after Monday, from the
aew depot, corner of White, Elm, and Centre streets, white
through tickets ean be ptooncod and baggage cheeked.
For Albany, For Tyracuss,
M Bohenoetady, " Rooheetec
" Utioa, H Buffalo.
Passengers also reeefred at Broome *treet and Bowery, an*
Twenty sixth street and Fourth avenue stations. The above
train* will land and receive passenger* only at Crotoa Fall*
and Chatham Font Conors. All other troftw will leave
City Hall station, corner of Tryou row and Centre street, n*
heretofore. M. 6LOAT. Superintendent.
G AMDEM AND AMBOY RAILROAD TO PH1LADRL
nhla, trom pier No. 1 North river. Two line* dally, at
7 A. M. and 2 r. M. Accommodation line nt T A. M., by
steamboat John Potter to Sooth Am boy, thence by earete
way placet and Camden; fare $1 Express lime at IP. M., by
John Potter te Amboy, tbenee direot te Oamdtn by ear*;
through in four hour* and n bnlf; fare St.
fXVDBON RIYRR RAILROAD.-TRAINS DAILY FR$i
il Chamber* street for Albany and Troy.*?
Express train, 7 A. M.?Through in feu noon, oonneetln*
with train* reaehlni Buffalo or Montreal nt 10 e'uloek *a
evening.
Mail train, ? A. M.?Through way bralna nt 11 M. and I
P.M.
Expce** train, I P. M.?Bmlgrnnt train ? P. M. Per Tun
town, 10.30 P.M. Per PeeksklU, 6:30 P.M. Pot rough
keepsle, 7:10 A. M. and 4 P. M. Passenger* taken at Cham
beri, Canal,"Christopher, Fourteenth and Thirty-first stroota
i Sunday train* from Canal * week at 8;d0 P. M., (or Albaar
and Troy, ttepplng at all way station*.
EDMUND FRENCH, Superintendent.
New yore and Philadelphia direct, via
New Jersey Railroad?U. 8. Mail and Rxpros* Line*
through in feur hours? Winter Arrangement?Dee. 16, IR53.
Leave New York, foot of Oortlandt street, at 7, 9, and 11A
M.: and at 4, aad 6K P. M. Leave Philadelphia, at 1.10, 8
aad 9 A. M.: and at 4M- and 6)4 P. M. $2 60 forseoond elae*
In 11 A. M. from New York, an? 4,1$ P. M. from Philadelphia
Faro, from New York, $2 76 In 7 aad 11 A. M? and 4 P. M., t?
Kensirgton; $3 In 9 A. M. and fX P. M., to Walnnt etieet, vis
Camden; and $2, with redueed way prieee. in New Jersey a*
commodaticn Ilfle, whloh leave* at 13 M.. from foot of Cort
landt street, via Camden, to Walnnt street, in stx hour*.
Oionibuset will gun from the Kensington depot t* the pria
oipal hotels and the oenttal part* ot Philadelphia, for 12K
oent* for eaeh passenger, aad with baggnae for 26 cent*.
Through tloket* cold for Baltimore, Washington, Norfolk
Weldea, Wilmington, and Charloston, in all tho sfcovt train*.
Through baggage ageut* and baggage ocntineed I.. 9 and SM
line* only. Poseengert, with baggage, ore** the fmv fiftaee
minute* Vefenthe train* leave
MATRIMONY.
MATRIMONY MADR EASY, OR HOW TO WIN A
| Lover.?Profestor Lawton, Boston, formerly of Lea
don. will sern to any address, on receipt of ono dollar, posi
fold, plsin directions to onebls ladies or gentleman to wis
ho devoted sffections of as mtny of the opposite sex as th*b
hearts may desire. The proeeet Is so simple, bnt sooaiU
vatlng, that all may be married, Irreipootive of age, appear
tree, or position; and lest, though n?t lesst.lt e*n be a?
rsr sod with ensh vase and detiofy that drteotlor. U In.
foerlble Addrose Ptoloreor l.aw ton, Boston, Mass. .It
? lure tak jo trom the Pott Offi?f vales* Vat postage is paid.
miiniL.
$lf)0 000 -?a',_ estate AWD a*w**AL
tiemuitl"
properly,
ly Utter.
_ Leon ffloe.? I em prepared to make
tl a moet liberal caih adranoei on real eitate and p noaal
' i, except linen and clothing. Addr-ee la parson or
Office open from OA M. to S l> V.
JAMES MONROE. IIP Spring street.
<H1 fifi fMWl?01 BiT public accommodation?
ipH/U.VUV ?Pertoae In want ot money oan hare any
imoaat advanced on boron, earrlages, wagons, harnuii ana
merehandlse of every deioripilun. gold and ellvor plate,
diamondi, watohei, jewelry alike, dry good# and all artielee
of value. All transactions oonfldential. Private room e for
ladiee. Offiee honrs from 9 A. X. to 9 P. ?., at II Clumbers
street Office In tlie baiement W IL1.1AM TAYLOR.
nnn 70 advance?AT 237 okand strut,
Vifu.Ul'U corner of Bowery; entraaoe Reeves' Onllery.
Money advanced on watobee. diamonds, jewelry, sogers, dry
goods, gold end silver plate, Ae; or b-iughi for oash on th?
most liberal terms. Private room for ladle#. Transactions
private. Offiee honrs 9 to I.
tjbcn nnn 1,0 doan-on diamonds, watches,
ipOv.Uuu jewelry, segars. or personal property gene
rally, (elty stocks negotiated,) in sums from S3 to SA'XM, or
bought for oaeb, at the watch importing and loan effiee, 101
Nassau street, corner of Ann, seooad Ho or, room No. 2.
dbo nnn ~A BOND and mortgage for $2,000,
ipii/.uWu . on eity property, bearing seven per oent
Interest, fer sale by
THOMAS L. BRATNAMD. 81 Well street.
(fconn -WANTED, FOR TWO MONTHS, TWO HUN
?PiivU, drod dollars, with full teonriby on furniture in
sured for ten times that amount. Fair interest. Address 8.
P. R , Metropolitan Post Office, Ninth street, opposite Bible
Building.
CALIFORNIA CIVIL FUND BONDS.?MESSRS. PAL
mer, Cook A Oo., of lam Frnneiaeo, hereby give notice
that the ooupens of the following California oivll fond kendo.
oan Rsohange
per ok. bonds.
JnI861, as per not of.AprU'28. lSSlVea'7p?r eL kind* du^U
1871), as per act of May 1, ISO.
due January 1,1864, will be paid at the Amori
Bank, No. BO Wall street, New York. On 7 p
dne In 18H, as per net of April?, 1861; on T per
M
Manhattan savinos institution, ets broad
war, near Bleeckrr street.?By direotion of tho Trus
tees, tliio Institution will oontinue to pay its depositors at
tho rate of six per oent per nnnnm on nil sums of $500 and
nndor, and live per cent on amounts over BfiOU and up to
$1 000. All money depoelted on or before the first of January
next will reoeive interest as above from that data.
BDW1N J. BROWN, President.
g-xNuVsTOK-xe, \F? President*
A. A. Alvord, Secretary.
Moniti monrvi-cash advances made on
groceries. dry gooda, hardware, eegars, pianos, watohea,
jewelry, diamonds, merchandise, and personal property
generally, In aume to enit Apply to R. WOOD, 63 Fulton
street, second floor. Offioe hours from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M.
ONET TO LOAN-IN MALL SUMS. INQUIR1 OF
J. 8HOOBERT, 196 Walker street, neat Bowery.
Monet at 28? Broadway.-persons wanting
money will be aeoommodated in a manner to suit their
oonvenience. All kinds of jo welry. watobee and diamonds,
and all kinds of merchandise and valunbloi, advanoed on or
bought. Business oonfldentinL 289 Broadway, room No. 3d,
up glairs.
Money to loan on approved city property.
#2.200, $2,200. and S1.W0 to loan. Apply to J.'H. OUX
NINGHAM, or C. E. HUTCHINSON, 7 Nassau street, roar
basement. Twenty thousand acros pine timber land, in the
Stste of Georgia, for sale as abovo. $3,000 wanted on a house
and lot worth double, or 16,000.
Remittances to ikeland.-fassagh oeetifj
antes, drafts from El and upward* payable at sight, k
any town throughout Ireland, England, Sootland and waitc
are Issued by the underilgned, sole passenger agents for UM
" " hip*
letreet
WANTED TO BORROW?EIGHT OR TEN THOU!AND
dollars, for three, five or more yeare, en real estate In
Hudson county, New Jersey, worth double the amount.
Bondsman unexceptionable. A handsome commission will be
paid. Addres box 168 Post Offioe.
MISCK1.L, AN K OtS.
Beware of interlopers t beware of impob
tors 1 Beware of thieves I?Use Costar's rat, mount,
oookroaoh, Ao. exterminator. It Is the only genuine.
Wholesale and retail depot 448 Broadway.
Burning of btsamer montagub, do. henry
Clay. do. Reindeer, do., Ao.?All suoh disasters may be
prevented br having on board Owynne's centrifugal pump.
One costing $1 60 will diioharge three streams, (ton barrels
water per minute.) a dietanoe of two hundred feet, quite equal
in result to three tiro engines. Get oironlars, Ao., from the
Union Power Company of the United States, 24 Broadway.
CHEAP IRON BEDSTEAD AND CHEAP SPRING
mattress and bodding warerooms.?These healthy beds
are superior to feathers for health, oomfort, economy, Ao.
Acknowledged the best and oheape-t evor sold Also, Elas
tic felt beds, pillows, Ao. Irsn liedstea's, a'l alios, $s to
$30. Please call and examine. No. 663 Broadway, near
Prince street.
ELECTROTYPE
, enamel and
iia nuivv, pvum ihb -uu u..?., nwlS In P'llpS.
b re mine, iedlne, hypoenlpbyde ngjla, ealte, geld distilled
quicksilver. hydroflorle, glacial aseetie, gallic and nyroeallio
Swallow-tail line of Liverpool and London packet ships.
BOWMAN. GBINNBLL A CO..S3 South i
jVARDMAKXRS, PAPER8TAINER8, MLB6
U and daguerreotype materials, ohina elay, e
and satin white, (onrlet lake and kreminta whit
D
DUPRAT, LADIES' HAIR DRESSER?INVISIBLE
textambee wigs; first premium in Paris; importer of
human hair, and manufacturer of ladles' and gontlemem'*
wigs, Ao. Tonie of Africa, pries 60 oente per bottle, at thek
porlumery No. 618 Broadway, opposite St. Nioholae Betel.
Fruit for the holidays?the subscribers
beg respectfully to inform tho.r numerous cuitemeis and
the publio generallv, that they have now on hand the folio w
lug assortment ot fruit*, presorves. Ao.:?400 half and quarter
kegs Malaga arauus 20 libs. ana half bbls. lady applos; eoft
shell, Jordtn and papor shell almcr.de; bunch and layer
raising, in half, qn rter, anl eighth boxes; Znnte and Patras
currents; oitrr n and lcmnn peel; Rarbary dates; Elemo and
Turkey figs; prunes iu j-rs and fanoy aartoons; orange mar
malade and guava jolly; tig paste. Canton ginger, and jujube
paste; gum drops aud West India preserves; Jamaica, St.
Michael's, anl Havana'Targee; Men .in a and Malaga lemons.
P. A Roll i>?A CON, JR , A 00,77 Wall street, corner of
Pearl.
From satan'b apple trick till now
Thera'u (till been imposition,
And rogue, in grain with bra/.-in brow,
Bare well fulfilled their mil:ion.
At proaent Lyon seems marked out
To be thtse villains' prey, aire,
Hit pilla and powdere, beyond doubt,
They counterfeit each day, sire.
I.TON'S powder, for the destruction of bed bngs, rsaohee,
do , and hie .pills, for the extermination of rate and mioo,
are imitated by forgers, who do not eoruple to impregnate
their noetrnme with deadly poisona. Beware of them. The
depot ia at 424 Broadway.
ISAAC BMITH. 80NS A CO.. MANUFACTURERS OF
ombrellaa and paraaola, warehouses No. 267 Pearl street,
near Fnlton street, No. S Park row, opposite the Astor Bouie.
An umbrella ia a useful and appropriate present for the holi
day a. Wa have every ilie and possible variety of quality and
price.
Light.?thk subscriber begs to call attex
tion to his large and new assortment of girandoles, oan
oclahras, bouquet holders, chandeliers, hall lanterns, vases,
lamps for fluid, oil, and phosgene, Ao? for sa'e at his stores,
ISA Canal street, oorner of Laight; 2IK Canal street, near
Hudson ; 167 Urconwioh street, near C'ortlandt; aad SO Car
mine street, corner of Bedford. A superior artlolt of fluid
camphtne, and rosin oil, or sale rotail at 75 cents per gallon.
S. B. BEILLY.
NOBR1STOWN, PENNSYLVANIA, 18SJ.-TO MANU
fscturers of brick.?Josl W. Andrews, Esq., of ihts
borough, ws peroeivs, took the first premium at the late ex
hibitions of tho Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, for his
unrivalled pressed briok, burnt with anthraoite oeal. Tbs
patent ef Mr. Andrews is being sdopted by many briok
manufacturers throughout tbs conntry. Besides being snps
rior in many respects to bricks bnrnt by wood, tbey oan bo
mauulaotured in a much shorter period, and at a great doal
lees expense, which renders the patent very doiirable to all
those engaged in tho business. Any person wishing to pur
chase the right in the S-.ate of New York may oall on Wa.
toad lord, Esq., 262 Westatreot, or John Cook, at Croton laud
ing.
REPLATING.-OLD ware reflated equal TO
now, at the lowest prioes, vis.:?Spoons, forks, osstors,
oaks baskets, stair reds, trays, urns, tea sets, dish oovers,
Britannia wars, Ao. Bend artioles to the factory, 212 Centra
strsst, noar Grand, orofliee No. 2. at 15 John street, np stairs,
Rubber bhoes repaired, and rubber boles
attaehod to boots and shoes, an excellent pretention
against wet and cold, and more durable than leather, by
Ut/GEKB A WYCKOFF, manufaoturors and dealers In ail
kinds of Indie rubber goods, sueoeuiors to Hoiaoe H. Day,
No. 23 CortUndt street.
SMETHIAN. ? TO LADIES, AND ALL DI3IRINO
smooth, soft hands.?The above elegant preparation oaa
not mil to oommend Itself, oombinlng, ae it does, all the heal
ing properties of a soothing balm with that of a grateful per
fume, st the same time being entirely froe from naot'ons or
oily eubstnn its, which render all ether remedies for chapped
hands so extremely disagreeable. By ex josure, especially to
the oeld, bleak winds of winter, the skin is deprved of its
natural moioturo, in ooniequenos of which it roughens or
ohsps; but by a fsw applications of tbs Smethlan it soon re
turnee its original seftnoas. and rsgaiaa its wonted elasticity.
A tingle trial of the virtues of the Smethlan is all that la
requisite to establish its value and superiority. For talo by
Kusbton, Clark A 0>., 276 and 165 Bread way, 70 Astor House,
and all respectable druggists at it perfumers,
h i WATSON A CO., 77 tultonst. wholesale agents.
TO THE MEDICAL AND SURGI7AL PROFESSION.?
JOHN EVANS A CO. No. 10 Old Change, London, whose
lancete art so justly esteemed, beg to inform their friends in
the United Statei, and the public generally, that they have
removed their business to No 12 Old Fish street, tboir old
premises being required bv the C rporatlon of London to
open a new stroet into St. Paul's ..'hnrohyard. Their mark
npsn the lancets, the tn< de of packing, and Mr Evans' sig
nature. will oouUnna ths aatne until further notioa.
LIQPORB, Ail.
WORTH OF BRANDIES. WINES,
champagne wines, gin, whiskey, ssgars,
Ao., Ao., In bond and store, at 20peroeni below any other
house In ths United State*, for cash, by WM H. UNDER
BILL, Masonic Temple, *30 Broome street, on* block east sf
Broadway. _ '
London dock, otard, and champagne bran
diss; London cordial and Club Hons* gin; pale oahlast
and Dull Gordon sherries; London nartioular, south side, and
other sholos Madeiras; London dook, Queens and treble grape
ports; obolos oordlnls and liqneurs, In wood and glass, for
sals by O AULON A CO., 116 Canal street.
TETHIBKEF, WINES, BRANDIES, ALES, PORTER, AO.,
YT Ao., of puro end superior quality, lor ohuroh ana
Medical purposes, family use, Ao., Ao., imported and sold
ihi-aror by the srbperiboro than by any oth-r house In Now
Fork. MoLOUOHLIN A MsSHaNB, 61 Fulton street
AWBOIiOGT.
A BTUOLOOY AND PHYSIOGNOMY.?TH K CELEB RAT
2x sd Doetor J. SHUM AN, n Swede by birth, oan be con
suited on all events of life, past, present and future. Nativi
ties oalonlated for ladioo and gentlemen. Keoldcnoe 17!
Chambero.otroot, noar Greenwich (treat.
ADAM MORROW WILL SHOW THE LIKENESSES
ef future husbands and absent friends, whtoh has
astonished thonsands during her travels in Europe. Shots
ths seventh daughter ef a seventh daughter, and was born
with a g ft, by Invoking the powers sf her wonderiul lOlsnos.
to tell fntrre events, and evan your very thought*. N?. 7<f
Broome street, between Cannon and Columbia. Gentlemen
not admitted.
$100.
000
M
M
Ml. LADOMUB, NO. MB OANAL STREET, OONTI
r nne*tet*U past, present aad fnturs events; likewise,
love, eon rtthlp, and marriage. Sho will also make love mu
tual between parties, where It dose not now eibv Bbe win
(Tie cans* a thief to restore stolen property. Ae* or tapper
assent told for antMns
Mrs. pfewsteh, from philadblphia, tenders
her rcrvloee to the ladl?* and gentlemen of this nity, In
astrology, love, end law matters, interpreting dreams, Ao.,
bv b vIim and solonee, constantly rolled en by Napoleon: end
i'; toll tb? name, of the lady or getitlcmao Ibty will marry,
also tbe name efl the visiters, tuoidenoe 59 Great J7htt
ktfoet, corner of Drwety. Ladies. #0 mki g( a!*. *L
ANURBUnii
BOH EBY THBATRS.-H. E. STEVENS, BTAQ1 MAW A
yer.~Time altered.?Door* open it (Hi muti rises at
7 o'clo. k. Lowsr Tier of Boxes, tu ceuis; Seoond and Third
fieri, .6 east*; Fit aud Gallery, IZId oeuts; Orchestra Beats,
5o seats; seats in family Bozel. 80 cent*.
Benefit of Mr. T. D. Kioe.
Friday evening, Doo*mber XI. will be performed
_ _ TRYING IT OW.
Potts. Mr. Jordan I Iri. Jobstook. .Mri. Yeomans
THE MED ROVER.
Red Borer Mr. Iddyl Mad de Lacy. ,.Mr?. YeomaaJ
THE MUMMY,
O, HI 811
ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA.
BURTON'S THEATRE, CHAMBERS STREET.?DOORS
open at tild; ourtaln rlaoe at 7 o'clock.
Friday ??uar, December 2'1. will be performed
THE MAID WITH THE MILKING PAIL.
Diesoa Mr. Johnston | MUIy Mill Robertson
, MY GUARDIAN ANGEL.
Mr. Dulcimer....Mr. Burton | Jasper Cranky..Mr. Radolilfe
Miai Kate Rwimmerton Mra Buokland
1'aa de Deun Miss Annie Walters and M. Frederic
Orerturee, Ac Oroheetra
THE SERIOUS FAMILY.
Capt. Maytilre... Mr. Jordan I Lady Creamly... Mn. Hughes
Chaa. Torreni... Mr. Norton Widow Miaa Raymond
Bleek Mr. Burton | Mra. Torreni... Mri. llolman
National theatre, Chatham street.?doors
open at 6Ki eurtain riiei at 7H o'olook.
Friday evening, December i'l, will be porformed
_ . UNCLE TOM B CABIN.
tTaele Tom Mr. J. Linger*
SI Claire Mr J. B. Howe
Ounpton Cute .f...... Mr. H. Stone
Era Utile Cordelia Howard
Toper....... ......... Mr*. G. 0. Howard
Fleteber... Mr G. W. L. Won Kliia Mri. J. J. Prior
Harris. Mr. J. J. Prior
Lejrroe Mr. N. B. Clarke
Wfleom Mr. Toulmin
Feny Mr. L. Fen
Ceeiy Mri. Benntiter
Ophelia.. - - -
Mri. Bradebaw
Emmoline Mim Barber
Marie Mine Landers
Erery Monday, Tueeday, Thoreday, and Friday afteraeone
eommenolug at 2 o'olook. will be performed the new. moral
and reUcieae drama. In throe acta, of
LITTLE KATY.
on THI
HOT 0 O EN QIBL,
Dramatised by C. W. Taylor, Esq., (eaprnely for tbe Na
tional Theatre.) from tho yory popular etory recently pub.
liehod in the Now York Tribune, written by Mr. Solon Bo
binion, in which tho youthful wonder. Little MMm^H
viMvitiji .uiw univuiwiu wviwi, u?iw Cordelia How
ard. will appear ae Little Katy.
Eugene Sodiey Mr. Priori Frank Brooeoly... .Mr. Blake
The Missionary. .Mr Linyard Berry Elwortn Mr. Stone
Trayere Mr. Clarke 1 Blemor Sedley Mri. Priir
GEO. CHRISTY A WOOD'S MINSTRELS, Hi BROAD
way, above Howard itreit.
He ConnKcrioN with iit Other Company.
OPEN EVERY RYRNINO.
H. Wood Builneea Manager
DANCES, NEGRO DELINEATIONS,
BURLESQUES, ETC., ETO.
Deere open at Bid; to oommonao at 73d o'olook.
Tiokote, 28 oonte
A CARD.
Geo rye Chriity?a? professionally known for tho laet twelve
yeare, in eonneotlon with Ethiopian mlnitroiey?takee thie
Mthod of Informing hie friends and th? public that he hee
formed aeopartnershi^ with Mr. H. Wood, of Mlnetrol Ball,
114 Broadway, at whiob ulnae he will eppear every evening
and hopoi to meet hie friends in that mayaifioent and oom
modioui Ball in hie professional oapaofty. Be hopes hii
endoevors to pleaie will meet with that lueoen whien hii
w promiie. No effort
patronage a generous
cuuunrvte ?v fivnoo tvaaa lutoe nivu tuna
favorable and flattering proipeote now promiie. No effort
on hit part will be spared to merit tho pa'
publie have heretofore accorded him.
GEO. N. HARRINGTON,
Professionally known as GEORGE CHRISTY.
BUCKLEY'S OPSKA HOUSE, CHINESE HALL, 539
Broadway, near tho Preesott Home.?Open every night,
by the oelebrated Buckley'id New Orleam Serane lore, the
oldest eitablished and moit talented oompany in existence,
biing the first to iotrodnoe harmony into an Ethiopian
entertainment, the first to iin? Opera?ioChoruees, perform
Budeique Operas, Ae., Ae.; likewise all Operatio Choruses,
now suny by other " bands," were first arrenyed, (at the ox
pome of labor and talent,) by Buokley's Serenaden. The
management has the honor of announoing that the Conoerti
of this oompany will still be oonduotod in in present fashion
able style?" fun without vulgarity." Conoort oommeaoes at
7id o'olook. Admission, 28 oents.
BUCKLEYS, PropHetors.
R. BISHOP BUCKLEY. Muxioal Dlreotor.
B
ARNUM'S AMERICAN MUSEUM.?ALL THI8 WEEK
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN every evaniny, at 7 o'olook.
and also on Wednesdayjind_3aturday afternoons, at2o'olock.
The moral drama or HOT CORN, on Monday, Tuoaday,
Thursday and Frilay afternoons, at 3 o'olook. Admittance
to tho whole Museum, to eeo tho living Glraffte, tho Bearded
Lady, As., as weU as the performances, 28 eente; children
under ton, 12)d oonts; seats in the Parquet, 12>d oents extra
Secured Seats, 80 oonts.
BROADWAY MENAGERIE AND MUSEUM, NO. SSt
Broadway, now open for the eeasea, with the moe
raperb oolleotion of
LIVING WILD ANIMALS
ever inhibited in Now York, Including a oolosaal Bhlnoeoroe
and tho great Elephant Hannibal, the largest ever exhibited.
Berr Driosbaoh, the far-famed Lion King, will enter the
dsns of his. Trained Animals at 12, (noon,) 8, 8. and 9K P. M.
AJyo to be seen, without extra charge. the real, veritable
SIAMESE TWINS,
with two of their ohildren. Honrs of reooptloa from 11 A. M.
to I P. M., from 2 to d, and7)d to 9>d P. M. Alee, tho won
derful feats of Mr. Nellis, tho "man without arms."
Open from 10 A. M. to 10 F. ,M. Admission, 25 oenta; chil
dren under ten, halt pries.
Circus, si bowery ?reserved seats, go cents;
Boxes, 26 oonts; Pit, 12^ oenta ?This evening, sod on
Baturday afternoon, a sunurb array of rqueatrian, gymnas
tio and acrobatic feats; fifteen splendid acta in the ring.
Performances commenoe at 7 o'olook.
Dion bourcicault's winter evenings.?the
authorol " London Asraranoe," ''Used Up," Ao.. Ac.,
at home, at Hope Chapel. To night, (for the last time in
Nov York,) "hietches if European society." Seourcd Stats
at Hall A Son's, llroadvay; and Van Noruon A King's, Wail
street. To oommenoe at 8 o'clock.
SIGN OR BLITZ, BTUVVBSANT INSTITUTE, NO. ?
Broadway.?Come and laugh. The secret of life is to bi
happy. The ear amused, the eye deceived, and the mint
net' nisbsd. Spirit Rapping and Table Muving movement
explained; Tontrlleqniem, Magic, and the Canary Birds
every evening, nt 734 o'olook, and on Wednesday and Saber
day afternoons, at 3 o'clock. Admii.iou 2H cat#; children
12% oonts.
BANVARD'S HOLY LAND, AT THR OEORAMA, 600
Broadway, exhibited every evening, at 7%, and Wednee
day and Saturday afternoon*, at S o'olook. Admission, 36
eenta. Front Seat*, 60 sent*.
BUCKLEY'S 8ERENADERH, CHINESE HALL, 639
Broadway. A GRAND
SACKED CONCERT, VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL,
WII.I. TAKK PI.AOK OS
SUNDAY EVENING, DEO. 25,
Commencing at 8 o'olook procisslT.
At tb* sol oitaMon of several families, this Company has
boon iifducod to give A SACRED CONCERT, on whioh oo
oasion they will introduoo Classio Muwo from anoisnt and
modern composers.
The entire Company will appear, for the first time, In
oitiion's dress.
PROGRAMME.
FAET I.
Orertnie?Pi ane Beethoven
Frederlok and Eml. Brandei*.
Dneb?"Ave Maria" Moiart
Messrs. G. S. Buckley and W. Poroival.
Molophene Sole?" Cujus Animam" Rossini
Mr. P. Buokley
Grand Chorus?Trent the Ontorio or "Engedl".. .Beethoven
Air?" In Nntiy* Wsrth" Haydn
Mr. O. 8. Buokley.
Violin Sole Artel
Mr E. Buokley.
Bats Solo?" The Trumpet Shall Sound," (with
Trumpet Obligato, by Mr. Haase) Handel
Sir. W. Poroival.
Part Song?"The Chapel" Krentser
FART IL
Dnet?Violin and Piano D* Berlot
Meters. W. Buokley and Brandeia.
Solo?" If With all Tour Hearts" Mendelssohn
Mr. Btonpel.
Part Seng?"The Sabbath Call" Krentxer
Bass Sole?" Pro Foooatls" Rossini
Mr. Basqain.
Chorus?" Matsr AdmirabiUs" Mosarb
Bass Solo?"Why do the Nations" Uandol
Mr. W. Poroival.
Chorus from the "Widow of Naia," for the first
time in Amerioa Lindpaintner
Admission 26 oonts
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN AND LITTLE KATY, THE
U JT CORN GIRL, at the National Theatre? UNCLE
TOM'S CABIN every sight and Wodneedav and Saturday
afternoons; LITTLE KA'lY every Monday. Tuesday, Thurs
day and Friday afternoon*. Little Cornelia Howard as
Little Katy and Eva.
JONES' NEW GIFT ENTERPRISE.
160,Off) GIFTS FOR THE PEOPLE.
In connection with tho exhibit one of his inimitable
PANTOhCOPB OF CAlPTORNIA,
THE PLAINS. AND SALT LAKE,
Now exhibiting at Hope Chapel, 718 Broadway.
160,000 tickets ut 1> $ I eaoh, will be sold, eaoli ticket admit
ting tour perrons to any oxhlbtion of tho Pautosoopo in New
Yor<, or The Voyage to Sootland, in Boston, and entitling
th* holder to one (bare la the 180 000 rich and oostly Gifts,
among which are the following:?
Tho whol* of tb* series of mwand inimitable Paint
ings, known as Jones' Pantosoopo of California, the*
j'lsln*. and Salt Lake, valued at 840,000
A clinic? Farm in Oreono county, N. Y , containing
one handled and twenty acres, in a rish state of onl>
tiva'ion, w ith elegant dwelllag, delightful site, barns,
outhouses, Ao., Ao., valued at 826 001
A handsome thro* etory Iwelling lu Now York,
valued at 811,00)
A oomfortaMe, new three story Dwelling In Boston,
?slued nt 88,000
An olrgnnt three story Dwelling iu Philadelphia,
valued at El0,nn>
A splendid Carriage and Horse* 84,600
B sides 144.000 other mignilicent Gifts, inolnding Pianos
Melodcsns, Gold Watohes, Ao.
That the distribution of th* property shall be prrfsotly fair
and satisfactory bo all, Mr. Jones propose* that the share
hsldsrs shall?sob at som* ooavsnlsnb plaoe in the oiby ef
NewTork. on the evening of the first Monday in Maroh, (or
sooner if nil the tiokato shall hav* been sold,) and ssleeb from
tbslrnumber aoommltte*. wbe, In eonJunoticn with own
mlttee* from Boston, Philadelphia, and Baltimore, (hall,
npen the completion of the enterprise, receive and distribute
the gifts nmcng them, by lot or otherwise, in aeeordanee
with and sub) eot only be the direction* ef tho eaid share
holder*
Persons abroad may depend upon their gift* being for
warded faithfully in aeoordano* with their dlreotions.
~ Tots fnr sale at Hope Chapel, No. 718 Broadway, from 8
until 10 P. U.\ it Arshdsaoon's confectionery start,
r of Canal and Broadway; at the prlnoipal hotels and
stores; and at th* Be* aad Mail offload, and Mnsi* Hall,
Tickets for ??.le at Hope Chapel, No. 718 Broadway, from 8
A. M. until 10 P. " ' ?="
comer i
musle i
Boston.
AU order* for tleket* by letter should be addressed be i.
Wesley Jones, Hep* Chapel, No. 718 Broadway. N. Y.
Exhibitions every evening nt 7% o'olook. Tleket* for tingle
admission. fifi emit*: Ohlldrew hsjf cries
SUPERB HOLIDAY GIFT8 FOR A DOLLAR.
To get a 822,000 Farm, U vest a dollar io
PERHAM'S OIFT TICKET!.
To est the eelehratod trotting hnrsa Telerraph, purchase
one of PERHAM'S GIFT TICKETS.
To got th* magnificent Ssven Mil* Mirror, bny one of
PERHAM'S GIFT TICKETS.
To get a splendid .Colian Piano, bnv one of
PERHAM'S GIFT TICKETS.
To got an elegant Gold Watoh, bny on* of
PERHAM'S OIFT TICKETS.
To get a handsome Gold Pencil, bnv one of
PERHAM'S OIFT TICKETS.
To get a beau'lful Gold Pta and Care, bny on* of
rEaHAM'S OIFT TICKETS.
To get on* of Genln's best Hets, bny owe of
I'BRUAB'3 OIFT TICKETS,
WHICH COST BUT A DOLLAR.
OFFICES-ACADEMY HALL, 063 BROADWAY;
H Waters' l'lano end Mnsio Store. 333 Broadway;
Lovejoy'e, Merchants' end Hewtrd's Hotels;
Ilowe'e Cough Candy Depot, T68 Chatham street;
CatteU's Drug Store, 168 Fulton strict, comer of CranMtry,
Brooklyn
ONT.V 10,000 TICK ETS TT S1I.L.
AM. tit KITS REMAINING UNSOLD
On Friday, .With inat , at noon, will be disp-aed of by
AUCTION, AT CASTLE GARDEN,
Comnrnoing at 3 o'olook P. M , ?a that day:
Afcfl no tide v ill bo reroivrd ex sent fer a
PREMIUM
Is elditlOA t* Iht mil*( Ptlct of H eaofc.
AHOKBKHTt.
BKUADWAT THEATRE.-B A. MARSHALL. AOLE
leasee ? Doom open at 6W; to commence at 7 oolctk
Friday *?enir?. Iltctobtr 23, will be performed
TEE FORTUNE HUNTERS
Q'rald Drtuioud Mr. Collins
Skinner Mr. Dtvidgel Alloc Mrs. Abb>tt
Bob Kniier... . Mr. Whltingl Arabella .Mrs. Nt(le
Fancy Dance Vi^ Adelaide Price
TEDDY THE TILER.
Teddy Maloney Mr. follies
Lord D under lord. Mr. flenrr I Lady Dundorford.Mrt. Voraoa
LADIES beware.
Sir Charlof.,. Mr. (ireetennr I Matilda. .Mlei A. Googenheim
Col. Varaat.nr. ..Mr. Wliiiiug | Grace. ...Mlaa J. Gouyenheiis
N1 DLO'B GARL EN.?
ITALIAN OPERA.
MAX MaRRI'ZEK'S BENEFIT.
Ths pnMli is respectfully inl iratd abat Max Maretsck'i
Benefit. wMrh waa postponed yraterday In oonse joenoe of
Slgror SalTl'a indisposition, will take ylaoa la the sown
of tbia week.
Particulars will he stated In future adrnrtbement*.
Tioketa purchase! for Monday ermine, Droomber 19, wii
be Kood tor next performance, er redeemed at tk< rospeotir
office*. if reg^'red
WALLACK'S THEATRE, BROADWAY, HEAR BROOM1
etreet.?Doors open at 6X; to ourainenot at 7 o'olook
Friday evening, December 23. wiil be pcrtermed
THR OAMR OF LIFE.
Adam Qreenleaf. ..Mr. Blake
Ilapert Wolfe.... Mr. Lester
Mr. Drake...Mr. Brougham
Mr. Hmller Mr. Dyett
Widow Joy bell h
Mrer Shadow Mr. Waist t
Wyndham Mrs. Stephens
Rom Qreenleaf. .Mr*. Conway
Mrs. Seller Mrs. Cramer
Mr*. Brenxham
Matilda taller Mite Fanny Dean
WHO SPEAKS FIRST?
Old Potter Mr. Chippendale
Cart. Charlee... Mr. Waleot Mrs. Militant. ..Mrs. Conors)
Mr. Militant Mr. Dyottl Smart Mr*. Walnel
CHRISTY'S AMERICAN OPERA HOU8M, HQ. ?t
Broadway, above Grand etreol
OPEN MVMMY NIGHT.
The well-known original, far-famed, and only
CHRISTY'S MINSTRELS,
Orianlsed in 1841
The flret and oldeit eetabllehed oompany In existent*,
THE MODEL TROUPE OF THE WORLD,
The tr?t to harmonize Negro Melodies, and erlglnatore of Ik
present pepolar style of Ethiopian Mntortalnmento, who*
success in this olty, for a eentianed suootselon of mtsb year
past, la wlthont preoedent In the annals of pnklie amueewe*
in New York.
THE COMPANY,
eomprialnx a versatile and talented "oorpe" of experience!
performers, under tbo direotion and personal inpcrrisioa *1
EDWIN P. CHRISTY, Sole Preorietor and Manaxer, til
only lndiTidnal of the name of CHRISTY engaged as a pa
former in representations of Ethiopian Minstrelsy.
Admleslnn. 25 cunts. Door* opea at 6)6 o'olook; oonuneae
at 7X o'olook.
MJCLLIEN'S BENEFIT,
? AKI
LAS* NIGHT BUT SEVEN.
Prior to tv.e depxrturo of M. Jnlllon wlih his Orohsstn for
Boston, l'biladilph'x, Baltimore, Cincinnati, too Southern
Cities, and Now Orleans
M. JULUIEN
Haa the honor to announce that hit
FIRST BENEFIT
METROPOLITAN HALL,
WII.L T1HI ri.AOB
THIS (FRIDAY) KVENJNU, DECEMBER 23,
When ths following attractive programme will be present* i: ?
WART I.
Overture " Maeaniello," (last time) Auhor
Quadrille?"The Hungarian," (laet time) JuLUen
On Hungarian melodies, and conclud
ing with the National Hymi> of Hungary.
Symphony?The Allegretto In B flat, from the
Symphony in F, (l&et time) Beethoven
Grand Aria?"AhI non Oiunge," from the Opera
of " Suunambula." (.fleet time) Bellini
M'lle Anna Zerr.
Valeo?"The Ravenewood" Jallien
Oa Themes from Doniietti'i opera of "Lnoia
di Lamraermoor."
Solo,Cornet a-Piaton?"Uedora," (laettime),...Rooh-Albert
Herr Roenig.
Quadrille Jallien
THE GREAT EXHIBITION,
(Fifth time,)
Founded on the World's Fair in London in 1881, and enpree*
ly eompoeed tor that oooaeion by M. Julliea, performed with
the greatest euooeet for upwards of two hnndred oonteoaMv*
nights in England, and oonsidered throughout Europe >?
M. Jullion'e most popular composition, introducing the Me
Iodise, Hymns, ana Ant terns of Amerioa, Franoo, England.
Spain, Italy, Poland, Hungary, Rusaia, Turkey. India, and
China.
hit n.
Grand Selection nnd Fantasia, (flret time in Ame
rioa) /allien
From M. Ju lion's Opera, eatitled
THE DESTRUCTION OF POMPEII,
Performed one entire reason at Covont Gar
den Theatre, London, with the greatest iuo
oeer.
Dnecniraon.
1. Introduction from Overture. 2. The Pagan Euphonia,
"Ohl Isii." eung in the Temple of Isle, arranged on the
syitom of Tetracbord, in the Phrygian and A3<litn mode. S.
The crater of Vesuvius? symptom* of a ooming eruption?ap
pearanoo of Nydia, the blind girl, oulling violets on the
mountain aide. 4. Tho bark of Glauoue approaches as Ar
bacos and accomplices aivanee to oarry off Nydia?March
aid Duct heard togoiher. 8. Cavatina of Nydia, "Lovely
Flowtre," Ac. 8. Billet of Enchantment in tho Temple of
lets?Pas dee Gladiateurs, Fee dee Nymphs?The Fete inter
nest finds her way?seeking Glauoue and lone she llnli and
eaves them as the eruption breaks forth and bnriee the
doomed city in an ava'.anohe of burning lava.
Aria?''Haiti, Batti" Moiert
M'dlle Anna Zerr.
Symphony?"The Allegro Vivace," irom tho Sym
phony in A Minor, (last time) Mendelssohn
Duo?Clarionet and Contra Basso Bottoeml
M. Wuillo and Signer Bottcsini.
Polka?" Tho Katydid" Julliea
New Solo?Flute Reioiert
M. Reiohert.
Galop?"The Amnion and Tiger" J allien
inscriptive ?i Tigor Hunting in Southern
Attica.
Conductor M. Julliea
Admission Fifty Oenle
Secured Seats, One Dollar
Tickets t? be had at B. O. Jollle's, 9(10 Broadway; Hall A
Son's, 23a Broadway; and Van Nordon A Ring'*, 48 Wall
street; in the evening at the HalL
Door* open at 7; Goneert to oommena* at I o'clock.
Broadway thiatre.-grand holiday en
tertainn cat.
Moist ay. December 36, and on every evening during the
week, wiU be produced, with trisnxAMrtED ernnnoon, and
at a cost Of MANY THOVSAKD DOLLARS,
Tho grand rem ant c spect acle of
THE CATARACT OF THE GANGES,
With entire mow scnnnRY, painted on 10,100 feet of canvass,
gorgeous coetumea, and superb decorations.
The principal characters by Meesre Coaway, Pops, Da
vid**, Lnnergan. Howard, Madame Poniei, Mies J, Gougea
heiro, and Mrs. Vernon
The megniflcout B1 UD of HORSES belonging t? MESSRS.
SAND* A CO. is engaged, and no expraso will be epared in
presenting to the public this famous Equestrian Drama, so
successful and attractive in former years at the old Park
Theatre in this city, and the Theatre Drury lane, Londoa.
the box book will be opened an Saturday, the 2ith last.,
when seat* may ba scoured.
Franklin muskum, m Chatham street, obo
Lea, Proprietor.?The above establishment U open ever)
aftornoon. at 3 o'clock, and In the evening, at 7%, for tb<
purpose or" Classio end original repraeeatatlon* of Li vim
Statuary," by M'lle Caetinet'i Troup* of Model Artiste; to
gether with a variety of beautiful performances. For forth*
particulars eo* bills of eaoh day, Admissien:?Seats in prf
rate boxes, 80 seats; (tag* soats, with cushioned ana oklixi
37>4 eents; boxes, 28 eeits; gallery, 12)4 oente.
SUPEKINTENEENT'8 OFFICE, 0B78TAL PALACE,
December 90, 1883.? The public are rospoct folly In
formed that the Exhibition will remain open daily, (Sundays
executed.) during the winter, from 10 o'tlook A M. to 9 P. M
Single admission 80 oente
Children under twelve ...25 sent*
Admission on Saturdays 25 oeute
Admission each day after 6 P M 25 oente
J. M. UaTCBELDEK Aoting Superintendent.
JULLIEM'B BENEFIT.
M. JULLIBN
lias the honor to announce that hie
FIRST BENEFIT,
METROPOLITAN HALL.
WILL TAKE PLACE ON
THIS PRESENT FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 23.
Being the last night but seven prior to M. Julli.'u'd ii*piir
tnre lor Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati, ind
Now Orleans. _
An early application for Reserved Beate is requested to bo
made at Ilall A Son's, 238 Broadway.
THE YOUTHFUL WONDER, LITTLE CORDELIA ft IW
ard, is delighting large audiences at the National Theatre,
by her performance of Little Katy the Hot Corn Girl. an !
Eva, in "Uncle Tom'e Cabin." Both these pieoca at this
house are said to be far euperior to any other repreeentat'in
of them in New York. LITTLE KATY is performed every
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday afternoon*, UNCLE
TOM'S CABIN every night, and Wednesday and Saturday
afternoons.
Have you seen little katy, the hot corn
GIRL, at the National Theatre T It le performed every
Hcuday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday afternoons; UNCLE
TOD'S CABIN every night and Wednesday and Saturday
afternoons. That wonderful child, Little Cordelia Howard,
appoare as Eva and Llttlo Katy.
USICAL PHENOMENON.?CHRISTMAS CONCERTS,
Triumph of ths nineteenth centary. The original In
fant Drummer, Master Benson A. English, only four and a
hilf years old. accompanied by aeoompliohod performols
upon the Pianoforte, Violin, Clarionet, Flats, Fife, and ths
celebrated caatatrlce. Mies Hear. Weiderhold, and the
world renowned and New York's favorite Comic Singer. Mr.
llrower, wilt give two Grand Conoorte, at Blceeker Build'ngs,
corner of Bleocker and Morton (treats, on Friday *v suing,
the 23d, and Saturday evening, the 24th Deaembor. All
ehould see and hear this wonderful and beaatirnl ohlld, the
pride and boast of America. Deori open at 6)4: to eommeae*
at 7)4 e'olook. Tickets. 28 oente; ohudren, half prion.
JOLLIE S MUSICAL GirTS FOR 1884.
ONE HUNDRED PIANOS FOR THE PEOPLE
JULLIEN'S MUSIC FOR THE MILLION,
PRICE ONE DOLLAR.
Oa* hundred thousand to!sues will be Issued, aal,
OMR BUNDLED PIANOS
will ba dlitribntad among tb* purchasers *f thee* beekx
Tbe Pianos will bs worth tx?m 9228 to 9480. The mnglo wit
be worth over tix dollars
One dollar entitle* eanh purchaser In a espy of " Jnllienl
Muelo for the Million" and a share In the distribution of tlM
Pianos.
"Jollien'i Mneie for tbe Million" wttl eontain, beeldei
como vooal musio sung by Anna Zerr, tho following popnlAI
pieaes
The American Quadrille,
Tho GreatjBxhibitlon Quadrille,
The Crystal Fountain Ualop,
The English Quadrille,
The Prima Donna Vale*,
Tbe Target Galop,
Tho Atlantio Galop.
Tho Calliornla Quadrille. As.,
with portrait of Julliea, Illuminated frontispiece, and El
gant title page. Price on# dollar. Subscriber* 'Week*MP
open. All letter* mast be post paid.
SAMURL 0. JOLLIB.
Music and Piano Warsrooms. 900 Broadway,
Fine Christmas gift exhibitions,
On Monday, 96th Inst., of the
? F.VF.N MILE MI TIMOR,
AT ACADEMY HALL, ?13 BROADWAY,
Cemmencine at It A. M , 2,4, 6V. and 8 o'clock P. M.
And three exhihit'ens of the seme will he given dally during
CURISTMnS WEEK, J *
to afford ample opportunities to purchasers nf
GIFT TICKETS, AT 91 EACH,
to get the worth of thslr money, by four persons witnessing
the Mirror, to saj nothing cf tin it shares in '
NIfW YEARS
DtsTtiincTtoi* or Tnn
100,lg)0 OIFTS.
Tickets to be had frnm V A. M to 10 P. M. dsilv, a*
ACADEM) HALL, M3 BROADWAY,
H. *atari's Piano btore, 883 Broaiway,
Lnvejsy'a Hotel, Park row.
ITcwtrd'e Hotel, Prondway and Maiden line,
lTovei' Cough Candy Depot. 186 Chatham strict,
Cettell'e Drug Btore, 188 Fn tun street, corner of Crauborry
Brooklyn.
AM KXMIIilT'.G uF a?ERAL iH'UBBSr W,
ed?Net to oxoeed in value 940" Addre ? for
tfeye. giving description and price, Exhibitor, Herald <
* mim
tS
Dodwortb's music.?
gifts, oirrs. gifts, giftsi
TWENTY FIVE VALUABLE PIANOS
will bf diatribe ted among the puroliaeers ef lb* txril idlUMG
DODWURTH'S ANNUili.
which la limited to twenty live thonuand enpiM, e?o>
cODtkiuiua a camber ef their mott popular oempcrK'i
nev?" tcf re rubll had, which oanuot be ohtaiaod
ether form The Pianoe are now tc do eeoa at
A BA8SFORIPS WAR8KOOM8. 80S BROADWAY,
where a <ik<k will be kept bp A. Buatcrd, it., to rooeiv* awA*
wriiUMi.
The priee ef the work la tied at
ONI DOLI.AR,
which onliMe# the pnrehaeer to a copy of the " Annual,*
wi at aheet price*, waold ba worth Ft Ot'?and a partM*
ration in the dletribntinn of the
TWENTY F1VC PIANOS.
The Drat anbterihera entitled to the irat oaptee laaneA. fit
beoka of tuliecrintion arc now apen at H. B Dodwerth m
Co.'f, 4W Broadway and A. Hereford, Jr.. SOS Broad way.
All letter* containing order* for the "Anamal" ahoald he M
Ireeeod, poet peld, to
II. H. DOD WORTH A CO.. (H Breadwa*.
BUimitU,
Fob Liverpool.?united states bail straw
ghip ATLANTIC. Jamee Wait, aeamander. Ttl
ateamahlp will depart with the United Stetaa maila far Ba
ropa, pooitlvoly on Saturday, Bee. Id, at 11 o'eloek If., f?*W
her berth at tne foot of Caaal ftroat. Paaoenger* are It
queetod to ba on board at 11H A. N. Far freight or pan*?,
having unequalled accommodation* for alejranoo and eea
fort, apply to EDWARD K. COLLINS, M Wall (OreM.
Tho ateamahlp PaeiAe will enooeod the Atlaatlo, asd Mt
January 7th, lSttd.
For livirpool?steamship alps, wickmax,
Commander.?Thi* new and powerfol eteaaer will anB
from the Rritiah and North Amerloan Royal Hail SteampaeH
at Company'a Dock at Joraay City on Saturday, tha 1MB
of January, ISM. Freight taken at reasonable rate*. Ap
ply to R. CUtfARD, No. d Bowling Qroew.
TBI NEW YORK AND LIYRRFOOL CNITRD STATBB
Bail Steamer*.?Tho (hip* eompriaing thU Una an SB*
following :?
ATLANTIC Captain Weed.
PACIFIC Captain Nyn.
ARCTIC ..Captain Lnoe.
BALTIC Captain Comet* *B
Theae ahlpo bare been built by oontraet eepeeiaily M
government eerrlod. Krory euro haa been taken in thatH
?onatrnetion. a* in their engine*, to in aura etraaith ami
tpead, and their accommodation* foe pagaeager* an MP
q nailed for alagana* and eorafon.
Price* of pamaa from Now York be Literpool:?In RHS
aim** oabin, $120: In oaoond oabln, $70; exoluaiv* nee of onMB
?lie (tat* roam, $300.
From Liverpool to Now York, ?20 and ?30.
An experienocd eurgeon attaohed to eaeh (hip.
Ho berth* eeonred till paid for.
rnoroano dath* ron lAinnrn,
From Now York. From Uriwiit
Saturday, Dee. 3d 1808. Wednseday, Dee. B.~.JBI
For fireicht or pauag* apply to
EDWARD K. COLLINS A CO., Ha M Wall
BROWN. BBIPLBY A CO., LirerpooL
iOBN HON ROB A CO., Ho. 86 Bno Hotn SIMM
Viotoirai, Parle; or
gboroe h. draper, Ham.
The owner* ef thee* ehlpe will not be aeoountabl* M nfiA
ailvar, bullion, epeeie, jewelry, preoiont etone*. or nwK
unite* billi of ladiag are afgaad therefor, and tkonSS
thereof therein axpro?ed.
Tee literpool and Philadelphia steamshop
Company Intend itarting their farorit* eteamaklpg
mow PHILADELPHIA,
City of Glasgow Saturday, Deo. *10, IBM,
City of Manoheeter Saturday, Jan. 7, USA
mow urnnrooi..
City of Olaorow Wednesday, Hot. 9,18BL
City of Mancbooter Wednesday, Deo. 7, USE
Salooa $30, $0S, and $33, (acoordlsg to otato room*).
A limited number of third eUa* pamcugor* will bo MkdB
and found with oomfortably cooked provision*, for
$23. to Liverpool. | $40 from Liverpool.
Partlo* wUhing to bring ont their friendo oan obtain egt
tifioatea of paieage. and draft* on the Bank of Ireland. Si
enmo of ?1 sterling and upward*. Apply to BAJMUm*
SMITH, Agent, 42 Walnut atreet, Philadelphia.
STEAM BETWEEN NEW YORK AND GLASGOW.?
The Glaeeow and New York fitnamihlp Company'* now
?toamor GLASGOW, 0,962 tone, 400 bono power.) Robert
Craig, oommandor, will leave New York for Glaogow *gt
Wednetdar, Januarv 18, at 11 o'olooknoou. Firot cabin,
ealoon itatoroome. $V0: do., midehlp do., $75; looond nibdn
$30; third ola**, $23?(toward'* fee* inoluded. Apply t*
J. McSYMON.33 Broadway.
?OACKETS TO HAVRE?SECOND LINE-THE FOLLOW -
1 ing chip* will leave Havre on the Kith, and Hew York es
the 1st of eaoh month:?
From Hew York. From HaVMt
Ship ST. DENIS, Jan. I. Feb. UT
1,000 ton* burthen, May 1. June IE
Alonio Fnllaneboo, maiter, i Sept. I. Oat. H.
Ship ST. NICOLAS. i Fob. 1. Mar. IE
1,0<X) tont burthen, JnnoL July M.
John Btagdon mooter, i Oct. L Nov. 1A
New *hip MERCURY, l Mar. L Apr. It
1,400 ton* burthen, July L Aug. IS,
R D. Conn, muter. ' i Nov. L Dee. 1A
Ship WILLIAM TELL. ! Apr. 1. May It
(new,) 1,200 ton* burthen, Aug. 1. Sept. 1A
Jam** Funk, muter, Dec. 1. Jan. Id.
They are all ilrat olaa* New York built ihip*. provided
with all requliite article* for tho eomf rrt and oonvenieuee at
fiuitngor*. and commanded by men of experience in tkt
rade. The prio* of paaaag* ia $100, withoat trine* or Uqnen,
Good* lent to tho aubaariber* will be forwarded free from amy
charge* bnt theae actually incurred.
BOYD A HINCKEN. Agent*. 161 Pear! atreet.
TTNITED ST1TB8 MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPACT MOB
U Now Orleans, Tin Havana, sailltng at 1 o'clock P. K_
from pier foot of Winn itrsot, carrying the government
maila. Tbii company intond to despatch on Tuesday, Da
cemher 27th, tho steamer CRESCENT CITT,Captain HHmM
Maxtor. PrcljHit to Now Orleans at forty etais onbla hot.
Sor lie only taken on freight to Havana. Shippers will bB
furnished with tho blank form of bill of lading, signed bff
thio company, on application. No billa of lading aignod aftsf
tho tailing of tho teaaol. For freight or paaoago, apply i|
the offioo of tho company, 177 West street. M. O. ROB CRTS.
NLW YORK AND CALIFORNIA STEAMSHIP LHOL
via Nlearagua.?Tho Aooeaaory Transit Cimpaay m
Nlearagua, proprietors.?Through in adranoa of ths masL?
Only lino airing through tickets, including the latbmng
crossing.?The new double engine steamship Northern 1 Igkbn
2.SOO tons burthep, will leave from pior No. 8North rivet, an
3P M., precisely, for San Joan del Norte, on ThuradajL
Jan. 6, oennecting with the favorite steamship Pacifle, L8SI
tons burthen, over the Nioaragua Transit Route, having Ml
twelve miles of land tranaportion. Those steamers art R?
surpassed in their ventilation anl accommodations. Pag
information or passage apply only to CHARLES MORGAN,
Agont, No. 8Bowling Groen.
AUSTRALIA. ?PIONEER LINE. ?SEVENTY DAT*
passage.- The new and beautiful first class mediua
eilpporship ALBERT FRANKLIN, Long, commander, new
at ter bc-th. pier 10 East river, will s loosed the Oeeam
Steed, as fiftoentli ship of this line, and sail early in January.
The A. F. has fu'.ly ono half of her oartjo already tug*g?d.
fche wilt he littci with Emerson's ventilator* in both hcldat
and cir ri unusual inducements to shippers. A few first nan
second class pnstengers will be taken for which early appli
cation ia recommended. Apply to
R- W. CAMERON. 116 Wall street.
For savannah and Florida.?exited statme
Mail Line.?Th* new and splendid steamship FLORIDA.
Captain M. S. Woedhnll, will leave on Saturday, Decexxbgp
24, at S P. M., from pier No. 4 North river. Apply to
SAMUEL L. MITCH ILL. No. IS Broadway.
Th* Alabama. Capt. Ceo. R. Rehauvk, leave* en WedaM
day. Decor.her 28. Through tickets trosa New Terk t* Jaafe'
scnviUe, $31, Pilatka, IAS.
FOR CHARLESTON AND PLOBTD A.-U. S. MAIL
line ?Dienew and splendid steamsUp MARION, Capt
Wm. Fester, will leave pier No. 4, North river, for the I"
pert, on Baturdey. December 2e, at three o'clock P. M., m
cieely. For freight apply en board where aU bills of latag
ars signed, and for passage to
BPOFFORD, TII.EITON ft CO.. 30 Broadway.
Throngh ticket* to Florida as follows:? J>*ckaonriUa, SB)
Pilatka and Picolata, $33.
TO SOUTHRRN TRAVELLERS.?THE U. S. M. STEAM
ship JAMESTOWN. 1,400 tons. Capt. Lewis Parrish. wfl]
leave pier 13 N. R., on Saturday afternoon, at three o'elobk,
for Noriolk. Petersburg, and Richmond, connecting at NaM
folk with the Seaboard and Rcanoks railroad, for Haletgk,
Wilmington. An. Parsage and fare stateroom inolnded, bp
Nor i.Ik, to Petersburg and Riobmopd, $10. Steonai
passe go hall price A pply to
LUDLail ft PLEASANtS. 31 Broadway.
JJlyK 3ALE?THE $m< ONER WM. X. BIRD, OF)
L' Tork, registering 12# tens, carrying ISO to'S, and draw
irr eight feet wrtir For fnrtlier Information in luirs *8
Mi?VfcnU ft PiRKEH.91 Barclay street
OTXAMB0AT' FOR SALE SUITABLE FOB A TO$F?
I.j boat. She has a very superior trains, in good order: Ig
of light draught, orly tour fed, and it arranged as an lab
breaker; runt well. Engine lortv inch bore, eight feet
it ike. Will be eold at a Large in if applied for sonn, with tf
without a boiler. For further partioulers apply to
4111A v* ?v coi'KliANB. 84 Broadway.
PANAMA TRANSIT TIL RETS.?A. M. IltNKLMT,
late forwarder on the 1 th.-ut for Adams A Oo.'s Mp
rroaa, la now preparsd to furnish passenger and bagcasb
tickets from Arpinwall to Pnr.i- a Passenger tioket* pw
obated In New York tske urooedence in ehelo* et mniee. An.
Apply to JOHN W. CARRLNOTON, (Adams Op ? *. ?
Broadway.
PANCINO ACABEMIKA
A mm" DOD WORTH'S DANCING AOADIMT, NO. ?
. Broadway, new open for th* reception of ynplls, wk
can enter at any time dnrfng tke seasoa. Clat<*e for IndlB
and children, en WednMdey and Saturday, or Thursday *?
Saturday aftsrnoens?all meeting on Satnrday for prtstieSk
with band *f mntie. Lcesons for gentlemen en Meadam
Wednesday, and Thursday tvtnlngs: gantral praetioa, wiK
band, on Satnrday avenlng. Gentlemen d* not attend em
regular evening*. bnt pnroaat* lessen ticket#, and attend
when convenient, or learn n particular daaot. WbU* on k
visit to Enropo during tho past summer, a number of now
denes* wtr* procured, which will be lntrodnsod far tho brag
time hero. Privat# lessons, family olastsa, and aoadimtsP
attsaded. Soiree* twiee a u. nth, sxoluiively for eitfia
New elate** for lndioo and ehildron will oomaano* tho 1Mb
week in Jaaaary.
OECl'ND QUARTER?B. GILBERT WILSON, THE
O American professor or tho fashionable daneee, weald
reipeotfnlly inform the residento of New'York aid Braeklym
that he it row forming his classes for tk* sstond guar ter, mm
bis retns, 10# Orange etrcet, Brooklyn. Regular olaeses( em
Tuesdays and Friday*, at 4 and 8 o'olook. Teaobert bn
structed la the art.
MEDICAL.
DR. COOPBR. 14 DUANM^STRBBT, MAT BB (Mk
salted. Dr. O, would raspeetfuUy aelietb of Ikon Hp
tervsted, a call, being satisfied that front a traetleeottwenS
three year*, he one rise entire eatlefaetlca.
DR. CORB1TT, NO. 19 DUANI STBIBT, BETWMBB
Chatham and WiUiam, may be eonswlted on Me trial
ment. N B.?Dr. O. U a member of th# M. T. UnlverPtbm.
Kee hit diploma la Ma effle*.
DR. JOHNSON. 15 DUANB STREET. MAT BB COS
mlted on dieeaee*. Dr. J. ia a regularly educated sl?
Mclan. See his diploma In kit offlse. Honrt (Tom 7 A. ?*b
D*. WARD. NO. N OANaL STREET, ONE DOOM
from Broadway, may be sonsnitcd aa upnai in Ms IPO
olnllty, from 7 A. M. until 10 P. M. dally. Dr. ?b i?t
dnats of the University *f EdUbntg. Seetland
bB. WARD, GRADUATE OT THE UWIVERSiT' ft
_ f Bdinbnrg, Seetland, ana bo eenmlted with eer'.ainHl
at WOaaa? (tract, ono door cast of Broadway, from 7 A-K
B. RALPH.?HOURS OF OFFICE OONSULTaTIOM
?torn ? to II A. M. and 6 to 9 P. M., oxospt Snednym
IMS Hcnston etreet, noav Weoster
D'
TbE. I. MORRISON OONTINUA8 TO BE OONSUT.TRM
JJ at hi* office, 144K Fniton otroet, from 8 A. M. t* 9 P, M,
Sunday* exoepted.
Mmm LAEVONT, PARIS AND LONDON PHTSWIAM
. and verge"*, at Me old effiee, 49 ???<?
of Broadway, Offie* boar* from ? A. M. to t P. N., rad
from Still 8 In the evening, (Sunday* exoerted.t N. R?
ihs Arv* sVtVf
TMHR OLD DR. HI'NTEH HIMSELP, TBF. PU .SIOIAM
who eetabllsf.ed th Dt?r?n*yy. No J Pi#
?ion sUeet, New Verb oi.y, in 1S3S ess bseeuss4ted.nl
usual, from 7 A. M. to 10 P. M.. Suadavv sxospttd, la tk*
German nad Freest lannago. at his eld staa A

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