' miETUffiMENTS RENEWED mil DAT.
?OAKPWB AlfP LOPfelHG.
QAQ BROADWAY, UNION SQUARE.? HANDSOME
OuO of room* on the first floor, consisting of
lour room*, with bath room, |U, kc. ; with or withont
board. Private table if required.
nor brohdway, corner of tenth street,
I Ou pleasant and handsomely famished room* and
(*drooKi, at redueed prices, for gentlemen and their
wive* and single gentlemen. Entrance 136 Tenth ?treet,
lost below Grace Church. Reference exchanged.
OO7 BROA DW AY. ? Ft'RNISH ED ROOMS ?TWO OR
I three gentlemen can be accommodated wi:h
furnished parlors and bedroom*, in a first class house,
down town Prices reasonable. Apply to B. F. FARNS
? OPTH. 827 Broadway.
1 7A WEST TWENTY-FIRST STREET? A LARGE
1 I V been parlor, on the first floor, to let, with boird,
nultable for a gentleman and wife, or two (ingle gen
Llemen. The house contain* all the modern improve
ments. Dinner at 8 P. M . French and Spanish *polten
b tbe boa*e. Apply a* above.
(*A CLINTON PLACE? FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET
Rj~S to gsntlemen, without board.
/~k WHITE STREET, FOUR DOORS WEST OF BROAD
pU way. ? To let, a room on tbe tint floor, furniahed
pr unfurnished; also one on second floor, and two on tbe
Vttic. on reaaouable terms, for tingle men, or hasband
U UNIVERSITY I'J-ACE? BOARDING IN ONE OF
tbe moat eligible locations in this city, in the im
mediate vicinity ofFBroadway Fitli aveousw, large hotels,
>iacee of amusement, Lbiary, uo Front room* for
sanities , alto room* for higgle gentlemen on advanta
I A LADY AND HER DAUGHTER WOULD LET, WITH
A. board, in a house with all the modern improve
nenta, as elegant suit of furnished rooms to a family,
vith or without a private table, and use of a One piano;
it would 1st tbe same to a party of gentlemen; house is
sleasantly located, and near stage* and cart. Apply at
il West Thirty-fifth street, near -<ixth avenue.
N AMERICAN GENTLEMAN DB8IRES TO OBTAIN A
furnished room, with the wants of the inner m\u
y or partially supplied, in a private French family,
vbere there are no boarders, asd where; he couLl be con
sidered a friend of tbe family. None but of the highest
Respectability need spply. Please address QnienSabe,
A FEW YOUNG MEN OF STEADY HABITS CAN BE
r\ comfortably boarded witb a family of three per
on ij. Terms $3 per week. Apply at 147 Weit Twenty
econd street, between Seventh and Eighth avenues,
| A 8 THE MOST DESIRABLE AND RESECTABLE PER
f\_ sous taking boarders decline exposing their houses
U aocb in public, and our medium of advertising being
?niveraal, boarders can receive every information, and
,<* politely directed to such, free of charge. Office Clin
oti Hall, Eighth street, near Broadway.
]A GENTI.EMAN AND WIFE, AND TiVO OR THREE
ft single gentlemen can be accommodated with plea
jant rooms and board, in a house with all the modern
piprovemenl*, and where they tan enjoy the comforts
f a home. Please call at 57 Vamlani street.
A VERY PLEASANT FRONT ROOM AND RKDROOU,
f\. with pantries, with water and gas; also a tew pleas
ot rooms for gentlemen, with full or partial board, and
bere the contorts of a home ran be realised ; the h-?u?e
first class, and location very pleasant and convenient;
nrj Moderate. Apply at 29 West Eighteenth street,
^at Fifth avenue
PART? IN A PRIVATE FAMILY, WITH PLEASANT
P 1 rooms, for a gentleman and his wife, or two or
ft roe Single gentlemon. Apply at No. 3 Third avenue,
o?- door from the corner of Seventh street.
jpOARD? WITH VERY DESIRABLE APARTMENTS
Il for familie* or single gentlemen, locality conve
?ent for gentlemen doing business down town; cars and
tages passing to all parts of the city. Apply at No. 4
, butgdon square, west side, second door from Bank st.
QOARD LS A PRIVATE Fit Ml I. Y MAY BE HAD AT
[j a moderate rate, for agreeable an 1 satisfactory
nvtiee, in Bond street, near Broadway. Reference* re
mired. Addrssa Board, in Bond atreet, In 03 square
80ARD ?PLEASANT ROOM-. AND BOARD, FOR ONE
or two gentl*inen, cr a tmall family without chil
?en. at 26 Amity place. AU the modern convenience!.
Liinerat 6 o'clock.
80ARD-A HANDSOME FRONT PARLOR WITH BED
room adjoining. Alto. a room for a tingle gent te
rn, with board and best accommodation*, ma; be hid
the new brown atone home*, containing all the modern
sftrovpn i :.t? Noh. 102 and 104 Bant Fourteenth atreet,
fi.r Union square. Refeiencet exchanged.
.OARP.-A FAMILY HAVING MORE ROOM THAN
-equired, would dispose of a fine frnnt rooao. with
foratn attached, to a gentleman and wife or two single
?n.!emen, honae having modern improvement*, MOW
ble My cara and stagea. Locution very detiruble. Ap
| > at 172 West Twenty lint atreet.
?OARD? ROOMS AND SUITS OF ROOMS FOR GEN
tl?tn?D and their wives, and tingle gentlemen, ran
i respectable family at No 0 a- Una place, late I'erry
el. The hoate contain# all the modern inprovmenti).
on* fnrslahea or unfurnished. Acceex.ble by cart
stages to all part* of tha city.
BOARDING? A GENTLEMAN AND I.ADY CAN OB
tain pleasant rooms, unt'urnlabed, with board, in
private family, by applying at 101 Second avenue.
? OARD1NG? ROOMS AND SCITS FF ROOMS TO LET,
with or without partial board. The house has all
p modern improvements Apply at 2J Weat Twenty
HOARDING? AT NO. H BEACH STRFET, NEAR sr.
John's park, for t.ngle gentlemen, and gentlemen
I their Wives.
5ARDING.? SINGLE GENTLEMEN CAN Bh ACOM
modated with pleaaant aingle or double rooma, with
I board, at 122 Chambera atreet. Dav board ?rnc?n be
tmoiated alio. Reference repaired.
JOARDENG- TWO OR T5REE GENTLEMEN, OR A
family without children, can be accommodated
Ptb a suite of large, high ceiling roam*, on the
on>t floor of a modern houae family private; every
rfern improvement, auch aa gas, hatha, Ac. Apply
| 244 Weat Twenty second atreet, l.eooi place.
HOARDING AT ?24 BROADWAY.? TWO GENTLKKBN
and their families can be accommodated with do
able rooma, tront and back, and board. Ukewiae two
stlemen with tingle room* and board.
IOARDING. ? TO LET, A WEIL FURNISHED ROOM
J in the second floor, to a lady and gentleman,
fth board for lady only, located two block* weat of
4way, and below Tenth street. Addreat for parti
liar. to J. Broadway l'oet Oflice.
1LEGANTI.Y FURNISHED APARTMENTS TO LIT
in a private hoaae, 666 Broadway, With or without
d. Apply an the prem.aee, or to Theodore G. Mar
118 Nassau atreet, from 2 to 4 o'clock P. M.
WRNT8HPD OR UNFURNISHED ROOMS TO LET? TO
tingle gentlemen, at 193 Fulton atreet, near St
'I Church : a good opportunity for those who with a
el residence down town. Inquire on the prem.tea
IMJKN14HED ROOMS TO IJiT? WITH OR WI1HOLT
board, auitable for aingle or married peraona. N.
E-No children taken. No. 164 Laurent itreat, near
TORNIMIED R(iOM-*. ? TO IET? A BOOM. BEDROOM
and kitchen, with <:ooking atove, ami other con
jeces for keeping hou?e, t > a small family; also,
ro< n.f unfurnished Appiy at 23 Weat Teen ty
irth street, near Seventh avenue.
TU BOARD? IN A PR1\ ATr; FAWLY, WITH
very fine tuitt* of rooms. furnished or us
msh?d, in a bouse with all the modern improvements,
Ly be obtained by a gentleman and wite, or aingl* gen
desinng Brat cUae accommodation*, at VI East
kNE SINGLE GENTLEMAN, OR TWO "WlSHING~TO
occupy the tame room, can he accommodated with
t.al board, furnished or unfurnished rootna, in a nri
fatoiJy, bv applving at 230 West Twenty-second
et, between Eighth and Ninth avenue*. Terms rea
|f<)MS TO LET. -A WK1.1. FURNISHED PAR1X)R,
on firet floor, with pantriea and water attached,
Ith partial board if dteired. in a private family. Please
II at 111 Grand street, few doors weet of Broadway.
j INGLE WtmSSmr <UN BE A'XoMMoDUBO
ith partial boar:, * 26 per week f r f ill boa d,
10. and gentlemen and their w.ves on reasonable
at at U'4 Hi' as atreet. < orn r oi Clara, brook lyn.
I XT? A FTRFWlkl) ROOM. WITHOUT BOARD
in a private faiu ly, at .>i Meet Twenty first itreet
nln rr.ivTrv bob/ikes , bv a "BSSSBB^a
l>leaeaat and neatly furn et.e<! single room and
|rtial loard. in a genteel boarding houae. near th>>
Address, with fall partifiilars a* to termt, which
1st be?oderate ao-nmmodation. location, A' . C. B
bei 2,060 'l'oet Ofli n. New York. Possesion not
(ntP< till tlie i,fk'ioning of Mar h
rilK NULL IBAW!I.
'JTRA .-01KXE ?MR 1 H1LLGR0VE, TEACHER OF
I c*DC. ng, Will g ve an eitra aoiree on Uedoea-iay
meg, Feb- 1M5 at his ? boo' rooms 10# Orange
??ar Fulton, Brool lyn Ti s ts may b* bad on
iication at the tchool, or of sny of the acholara.
Lvol'NG MEN'S DEMOt RAnC UNIO* CLUB.? THR
third annual ball' in commemoration of Wath
[ton s birthday, will Uke place on Wedneoday
r tr . Fet . 21. 1M(, at the i?h;o*e* Assnmbly Build
?,'A Broadway. Mem'. era can procure their tickets
> following committee
JOHN COCHRANE, Preeident.
hit? BaSkt, Jub , i vfc, pr#tk),nU.
Coa.vaur* Caa.vM, )
C. 1. C<iiMunft, - Secretariae.
Bkvit F?vn, |
L T. HARRISON, Treasurer.
Jacob WindmuIIer, <ieo. Peareon,
M. 'ampbell, j. Mcleod Murphy,
J. L Benedict,
[ II. Kioeevelt,
F_ C. Geaet,
Smith By, Jan., ft. C. Ovrraa.
D. O. hofcdell, M Deitendorf
Gut. BaeeAa, J. MwmfanS,
Cbai )es B R-nf.
<fh r ?BRICK HOUSE AND LOT ON DOUBT
MpO-Vrv/v'- street, Brooklyn, for Ml? ?A new
three s.ory brick koiM. with ?U>r? underneath, iituMd
between Mill ud Church itrwta, on Court street, will be
told at a great sacrifice, for cash. M. L. SHELDON.
86 Nuuu street.
?CARD TO THE EVTERPR1SING ?TO MEN
of *mall means id opportunity is now
pTetemed o! engsgrag in a business tram which a sum
equal t? a who!* year's salary may be realized within
three months. To men of capital the opportunity la one
of safe isvestment, affording quick return* and profita
ble results. Apply to Hazard Knowlea, 413 Broadway.
A RAKE CHANCE ?BOOT AND SHOE STORE FOR
r\ hale, corner of Broadway and Canal itreet. The
present proprietor w (thing to retire wholly from buii
ness, will sell out his entire I took and fixture*, with a
five year*' leaae on the itor*. Term* will be made easy.
Tor farther particular* apply to PETER ARCHDEACON,
Jr., 64 Canal street, or en the premises.
BARGAIN? $2,600.? FOR SALE, A THREE 8 TORY
brick dwelling houce, aitaate on one of the city rail
ruads, Brooklyn, very eaxy of acsei* from New York.
Will be M>ld for let* than It* value, and on favorable
term*. Apply to fi. GAI.RRA1TH, Eau., 127 Fulton (treet,
CASH BVSINE8S FOR SALE.? THE STOCK AND
rood will of a dry good* store, in one of the beet
situation* in Broadway. with a flrst cla** patronage,
and which sells at large profit* article* of ita own manu
facture, will bv i old in whole or in part, on unusually
advantageous term*. Address box 2,373 Post Office,
with real name.
CHEAP AND VERY DISIRABLE PROPERTY FOR
!>ale? One handsome three story house in Twenty
seventh itreet, near Ninth avenue, with all modem im
Cvements, 96,760; also a model three itory English
?ment bouse in the belt part or Thirtieth itreet,
near Ninth avenue; several first cla** brown atone front
houses, located on Twenty-second street, Chelsea
square, finished in the beat posaible manner, with every
modern improvement; alio a number of house* in differ
ent part* of the city, for *ale on ta*y terms, by J. F.
WILLIAMS A SON, 3<K> Eighth avenue, and daily frost 2
to 3 at 116 Coamber* street.
OCNTRY SEAT FOR HALE? ON THE BANK OP THE
Hudson, on thla lsl?ud, of ea*y access by railroad.
The houie i* conveniently arranged aad the ground*
beautifully laid out. For term*. Aic . apply to WM. E.
LEWIS, 09 Cedar itreet, eorner of Broadway.
"I7AST TENNESSEE? FIFTY AND ONE HUNDRED ACRE
Fj farm*, on the mountain table lands, in a settled
location, whore great natural advantages are combined.
To farmer* and mechanic* who can command a few
hundred dollars, we can offer great inducements and the
most accommodating term*. Inquire at 212 Broadway,
room No. 10.
FOR SAIX? THE GOOD WILL OF THE LEASE OK
the three story brick store and dwelling W4 Sixth
avenue, eorner of Thirty second street, with a brick
stable in the rear. The leaie ha* five years to run from
the lit day of May, 1866. Apply to C1IAS. R. T1UULAR,
67 West Tuirty-second street.
FOR SALR-THE HOUSE AND LOT 42 FIRST AVE
nue, between Second and Third streets. The houso
I* twenty feet frost by forty deep, and the lot about
seventy seTea feet deep. For term* apply at 180 Tenth
F'R SALE? THE THREE STORY BRICK FROST
house lfib Tenth itreet. between Third and Fourth
avenue*. House containaall the modern improvements.
For terms apply at ISO Tenth itreet, one door eaatof
For aai?? two new four story brick houses,
48 and f>2 West Twenty- sixth street, fifteen feet
nine inches front and rear by sixty feet deep, wi;h mo
dern improvement*. For terms apply at 180 Tenth
street, one door east of Third avenue.
FOR SALE? THE LEASE OF LOT NO. 29 CATHE
rrne street, with the buildings thereon. The lease
will expire on the tint day of May, 18fi7. Buildng* to be
paid for, or new leaie given. The lot is twenty -Ave fe?t
one anil a half neb front, and twenty five feet in the
rear, and on north side 114 feet nine inches, and on
south side 11J feet one inch deep Apply at No. 180
Tenth street, one door east of Third avenue.
FOR SALE? THE LEASE OF lOT NO. 131 ANTHONY
-tret. lease will expire August 1, I860, no re
newsl. Lot is aboot twenty two feet front and rear,
and about sixty feet deep. Also the lease of lot No. 77
CVntre street, corner of Anthony. Lease will expire Nov.
1, 1800; buildings to be paid for, or new !*a*e given. Lot
is twenty-nine Net front and rear, tnd about sixty feet
deep. Apply at No. lbO Tenth street, on* door east of
J -OR SALE-FIVE FIRST CLASS FOUR STORY BROWN
?ton*' hoiiMt, with Kngliah taaementa, v,r. : four
on tbe couth tide of Seventeenth atreet, nf ar Rutherford
place, and one opposite Stuyvesant square. Tneae hooaaa
contain all the modern improvements. inquire at 1X2
Faat Seventeenth atreet, from 0 to 9 A. M., or from 8 to
7>i P. M., and at 212 Pearl atreet, from 12 to 4 P. M.
FOR SALE? THE THREE STORY AND ATTIC BRICK
houae lbO East Broadway, between Hut?era and Jef
ferson atrcta. The pre poied eatenaionof Walker atreet
will make it tbe corner. Part of p'ircbaae money ran
reman if desired. Apply to 8. S. BROAD, 13 Wall at.
For 3aij? ? a restavrant and saloon on
Broadway, in good buaineaa, location tbe but, aad
will be *old a great aacriflce if applied (or immediately,
aa tbe proprietor* are leaving town. Tbe receipta at pre
aent are from S12to $10 per day. Apply to M. B. FRAN
C1S, 165 Washington atreet, corner Murray.
For sale? a first rate embroidery store,
about one third cash, 'balance on iim<*, with two
years lease. Satisfactory reaaon for selling. Apply in
tbe store 81 6 Broadway.
For sale ? the three story hoise and lot
situated No TO Went Twenty-seventh atreet, one
block from Broadway. Tbe houee haa all the mo lern
improvements, and ia in perfect order, the owner oe.ru
pjinp the aame. Will be cold low, an:l the payment*
such tfcat cannot fall to auit, aa a very a mail amount ia
required ca l down. For farther particular* inquire of
J. Reason, Mercer Houae, corner of Broome anil Mercer
atreet*, from 12 to 1 o'cloek, or any time during the
For sale, at a great bargain? a corner
lot, m a good location, with brick building*, now
uaed aa a moulding mill, and doing a good buainesa.
There la a f tea in engine and everything complete on the
premises. HK1HE4 k ciRKKN.
163 Grand street, WiUlamaburg.
FOR SALE OR TO 1EASE, FOR A TERM OF
years, three lota, fronting Broadway, Forty-seventh
atreet and Seventh avenue. a good aituaiion 'or a livery
atabla, coal yard or manufactory ; or wonld-eichMre
for Improved property. Apply to MEAD * KNIGHT,
Plumbers, 1,018 Broadway.
FR SA1 E? A COTTAGE WITH 1 OR 3* ACRES OF
ground, situated % of a mile from the (Jaatleton
landing, Staten Island. The houae la new, and will be
sold on easy terms, or exchanged for good city property.
The plan or the house can be seen by applying to Joho
Sexton, architect, 121 Nassau - treat.
R SALE ? ONE NEW FOHl STORY HOCSE. 20x?*
feet, 46 East Twenty-fourth street, between Isl
ington and Fourth avenues, in the block of Bve, all
alike. This is a very desirable house, aad tbe only one
to be had in the block. Apply on the premises. Pos
aeasion immediately. CHAS. H. SMITH, 44 East Twen
F>R 8A1.E? SEVERAL IjQW PRICED HOl'SU; ONE
on King atreet, SS.600; two on Twenty-Brat street,
at tii.OOO and 5. 600; two on First atreet, *6,200: one oo
Flfity flcat atreet, $.1,260, and on Fifty third and Fifty
ninth atreeta. at ?4,?X). Apply to K. B. KINSH1MER,
319 Fourth avenue, 3 to *.
FR SALE OP. EXCHANGE-FOK (1TY OR BROOK
lye property, a very auperior fern, two milea from
New Rccbelle, and one tulle from toe Mamarnneck depot
? one of tbe finest location* In Weatcheater county,
containing forty three a res. divided In tillable, meadow
an<I woodland. The biuae ia a neat, small cottage, of
eifht rooms The otithoasea are a!l new, and pot npia
the mort aubatantia! manner. For terms, pleaae apply
to ANDREW EADIE, 117 Fulton atreet, N. V.
FP. SAI.E? THE INTERIM IV THE LEASE AND
fixtures of a amall store, on the weat < beat! a de of
Rrcadway. near 'be New York Hotel. Ren', very low.
A<tdieaa X. /., Hera d <.Bce The jrnen' ocjtipier
ia about exteadinr his bo? nv-s, an ', go ng into a larger
FOKSJ LE-A SMALL THREE OTORY PHILADELPHIA
bri< A Iront bon?e, with counter cellar gaa. - ?11h,
1 *4. occupied by the owner. Inquire a* M W?at Tb riy.
1 second ?treet, between *'>th and Seventh aveniea.
I price Si,'?0
I^OR HA IE? A SMALL THREE STORY AMD BVE
meet brlfk bouse, situated in Th rty-tb rd >tre?t
I west, of the Sisth avenue Tencs ea?y Apj.ly to I . H.
HUM H. No 139 Allen atreet.
IV,R SALE, ON A'VtiCXl or DEPART' RE-AN A^
toitm-at of line jerfuaieTj , assorted eeace~*e,
i tincturea, jnga ol different sixes, scale mertar. pane tu
I irake pomatum, funnel pipe, alcohol meter, spatula
eTiiir 1. jgienique <le longue vie show caae, biireae, aofa
hedatead, several 'able- , large ?tove, l? km( gla>s, com
mode, anil an balra. Ap| y imaanliately at li4 Wast
Broadway, corner of North M' ore atreet
or sa i y<? a v nt veaT oStta '7e ~ hoT^iTTn
Hanover pia<-e, Brooklyn, 1a perfect order, aad a
?oat deeirable reaideace price. $4 MO, very low. in',
tern* >a>y Also, many bouaea, fro* t3,000 to $U.400,
, it thia citv Apply at tbe l'a>on Snaare Real Eatate Of
Boe. No. S Everett liouae, corner or Fourth aveaue and
Seveateeath atteet. - ?
rR_ SAIJt? HYE LOTS. 2? B* 10b VVCt EACH
well situated, ia 1'ifty siitb atreet; w;!l bo sold
? eparately or together, cheap. Apply to
BvRDEIT, DAVIS k MAIN, 27 William atnwt.
OR SA1JL AT A BARGAIN? THE STOCK. >IX
tares and four yeara lease of th* old established
boot and aboe atore. No. 52 Aveaue D, near a large mar
ket The atock ia ia good order, and the atore Bttod op
ia the nealaet manner, with gbaa ssabse throofheat,
and natures painta>t aad gilded in tbe beet manner
There j> a good ma of easterner*, with a tr??ie of I too a
week, and ear. be inrreaead to 1 600 In ordinary timee
The reason for aelliag ia the dtatfc el the former propria
tor, who baa dene busiaeee there, aad ia tbe neighbor
hood for the last If yeaaa. Deal law aad terwia easy.
There is a dwelling attached to the store. This ie aa
opportsaity rarely to be met with for aay pervce go mg
la this busioeee Fsr partiealara, inquire on Ue pre
nusei, uvft WiLTI, JM Water ntffU
FiR SAIJ? TOE I.EA1E AND FDCTTRIW OK ONE
of tbe moat eletfant aaloeca la Broadway, and. be
yond doubt, the very boa* location fa the city. Will be
?old at a low valuatisa. Address, with rial nam* only,
box 2,386 Poat Office.
U*OR SALE- THE OLD ESTABLISHED MEAT STAND
P corner of famine and Bedford street*. Apply to
N7I.E8 FAMES, at tbe above place.
FOR 9Ai? OR EXCHANGE. ? OWING TO DEI'ART
nie? An unencumbered property, on a principal
street of buaines*, very desirable for sbopkeeper-*, build
era, or iaveatnent. Small hoaaee, a atore business,
(food leaaea, or merchandiaa for tbe South, (if aooa offer
ed,) may be taken in exchange for thia property. Call
on, or address Owner, 36$ Sutb'avenue, third floor.
TCOR BALE-THREE BRICK UOC8BB AND LOTS,
P tbree story, with basement, cellar and high atoop, oa
fifty-third atreet, between Second and Third avenues.
Range, hot and cold water bathroom, all flnlahed in food
atyle. Will be aoid on moderate terms. Apply to D.
ROBINS, 78 Sixth atreet . hoar* 8 to 2 and 7.
Ij^OK SA1JC ? THE Filt-T CM.ss MODERN WILT
1 four atory brown atone front houa* No. 16 Waat
irty-aecond atreet, near Fifth avenue, built by the
owner in the moat taateful and auoatautial manner, far
fcla own occupancy. Size of bouae, 26 by $4 feet. Price
$19,000. Enquire of tbe owner, No. 16 WeatThirty
FOR SALE? THE STOCK ANU FliTCKES OF AN
eatabliahed clothing atore. Stock worth abou'.
$6, 000. No one need apply unleaa they have at l?aa?.
$2,000 caab Tbe balance may be arranged aatiafac
torily. Apply to "HAMILTON DILL, 182 Fulton atreet,
OUSES FOR SA1E. ? HOl'SE AND LOT ON Wf>T
Forty eighth street, price $4,800; East Fifty-thirl
?treet, $5,300; Weat Fortieth atreet, $6,'"00, Weat Tweu
ty sixth street, $5,600 and $S,600; Weat Twenty second
atreet, $6,000nnl $6,500; Weat Forty first atreet, $8,600;
Lexington avenue, f?,000; Weat Twenty eighth utreet,
$10.00(1; Weat Thirty aixth atreet, $11,000, il.!,000 ami
$12 500. Eaat Thirty aeoond atreet. $14,600; Weet Thlr
ty- fifth atreet. $12,000 and $16,600. All the above
houaea are flrat claaa, and location* good. Apply to
ANSEL C. LOOMIS, 1,12s Broadway,
near Thiity fourth atreet.
OlEL I'ROl'ERTY FOR S ALB^AT)f>il R A 111 7eT/)
cation, on the aouth aide of Long laland, thirty
milea from New York; building la lance and coimnedf
oua, aixteen acrva of good land attached to the p'ace.
For parti:ulara inquire of C. N. Mathewa, Wsatchestar
Houae, corner of ilroome and Bowery, New York, or of
G. C. Vandewater, on the premiie*.
South Oyiterbay, Feb. 13. G. C. VANDEWATER.
OUSTS FOR 8A1X? N08. 144 AND 148 ('l IERRY
atreet. To peraona wishing a iplendid Inveitment.
la a chance that rarely olfera. will pay 25 per cant
on outlay. For particulara, terraa, &c , apply to
MABK LEVY, 27 City Hall place.
Ineral. soda and "poRrEit ehtabi.ishmSt
for aale, cbeap for cash. ? A flrat rata ran of cus
tomers, horses, wagona, fct., cosnplete. The present
owner is going Into another busineaa. Any person hav
ing $1,600 caali, can get a great bargain. Full parties
lare on addressing a line to F. T. H. , Herald office.
Oybteb asp ujyqg oonrrER for saTj??
Thirty feet long, In tine order and nearly new, com
plete, with an extra large copper coffee urn and stools
Apply at 12 Fulton street.
mo CONTRACTORS.? FOR SALE, ELEVEN DIKT
X cars and fourteen hundred feet of ties and wooden
track, with aeven dirt carta. Inquire of WM. D. BER
R1AN. 10 Flrat avenue.
T~ HEWHOLEOR PART OF A OENTEEL TWO-STORY
attic brick houae, with all or part of the 'nrniture,
for aale, if required. For particulars apply at(16Tooinp.
son atreet, between Broome and Spring -tree's
O HAIR im^SEUS AND WIG ~~ MA K ERi? FOR
sale ? The oli eatablifhe 1 hair dressing, shavinf and
fciinmpooing saloons. 277 Fulton street, Brooklyn, now
doing a good businexa. Apply immediately on tha pre
1'llOlJSTERY ESTABLISHMENT FOR Ma IK? OF
mattresses and bedding, and cushions of all k.nila,
re is now doir.g a good wLole?al? and retail business,
in a city of 60,000 inhabitant*, and no opposition in '.he
trade, the present owner ia about to go 'o California.
Apply to B. F., 104 Broad atreet, Nawart. N. J.
KI'.Y 1 1 F.~ IK aTiLK ~n folCE LOTS, NEAR MA
diaon square and Trinity Chapel, on Tweoty fourth,
Twenty-flrtli and Twenty sUth a'.reets; also house* in
?very variwty of style, price and location, for s tie by
JOHNS. KELSO, 62 William street Offices to let, at
Ata meeting or the focrteen th ward of
inoor?tic Rcpubi i'id W?rd Committee, ln-i 1 *'. the
Old Headquarter*, < orn*r of Eh/.ab-th and'.r&u I <UNt?,
Tu*"<ikv evening, Jan. 13, at 7 o'clock, the following
named gentlemen >*ere elected an the officer* for the p re
lent year. ? Fran:i* O'lteilly, Ctairman , laine* \V alarm
ami Jamea Haye*, Secretaries Hugh W. McDonnell, Trea
On moticri of Mr. P. Kirnan, th* follower preamble
and reeolutions were un*n!mou*Iy adopted ?
Whereas, tbi? committee ha* received the sad int?lH
Kcuch of the death of James Dougherty. lat? a member
of tbil Ward Committee, ami whereas the member* of
thin committee have long cherished the moot profound
feeling" of reepect for that worthy and reliable democrat,
we deem hie death a calamity falling heavily upon our
selvn and our party.
Resolved, That we tender to the relation* and tanlly
of the decerned our iieaitfelt sympathy in tbi* their
h?avy affliction, and that we mourn with them io t'ieir
H eiiol red. That a copy of the*e resolutions be fur
nidied to hi* family. signed by the officer* of tbi* com
mittee. KRANCrf ORKLLY, Chairman.
| | a van a, 1 Ml .AND or CUBA? UBMCKAi. and
f"l commission agency. ? Mercaderee street, No. 8. ?
Mr J. Q. So r arte, for a moderate rat* of commiMion,
will execute order* for tb* purchae* of tbe different
producta of th* island of Cuba, such a* sugar, molaasoa,
tobacoo, segars, wax, he.. aa also the affecting aalea of
conhlgnmeLta of merchandlae entrusted Te bis care. In
tb* brokerage department, Mr. Stuart* will attend t j th*
purchase of *Lare* of tb* different stock conpaniae,
landed property, bona**, villas and ooantry aeata in th*
delight: ul environ* of Havana, allotments of land, coif**
and sugar estate*, larma and cottagea, he. H i long ex
perienc* and *xt*nsir* acquaintance p!s-e* him in a po
sition to obtain tb* moat favorable purebaaa* and *elee
tions, and flatter* himself that parsons entrusting orJera
to him will b* sati*H*d. Mr. Suzarte will produc* tb*
beet reference* a* to atanihng and capability. Order* to
b* directed aa above. J. Q. St'ZAKTE.
Ma>onic notice.? the memrcr-" ok eureka
Lodge No. 243, are hereby directed to attend
a regular meeting, at their room*, Maeoolc Temple,
corner of Broome and Crosby *treeta, on Monday even
leg, February 1 9, at ~)i o'clock. Business of Import
ance will be preiented. Hy order.
Wh. H. UNDERBILL, W. M
Oxo. B. Bnowjnt, Secretary.
OhCtB HEREBY OITBN THaF FHEKK WILL UK
a spenai meeting of the stockholder* ?f tbe Aatri
ean ana Foreign Iron Pavement Company, at their oflfoe,
110 Broadway, New York, on tbe 16th u?y of February
next, al 12 M., for tbe election of aeven trustee*
New Yerk. Jan. 24. 1W>6. I. H SAOE rtec'y.
MOTUT? 1 HEREBY CAIT10N AND NOTIFY THE
pnblic not to negotiate the three following nous,
made by me They are are all dated November 22, 1H5 1,
a.xty *ix and OA-loo dollar* eack, payable to tbe order
of Henry Jutte. one not* two month* after data; on*
note three month* after date one not* four months after
date. JOHN OORLL, 172 Forsyth * treat.
WvSBT AMD UVflWUX* jnBnBTlffiwS
Msil hieemabip Coni|>any, 66 Wall street ? New
^ork, ?b. 1st, DtU. Notic*.- Th* annual election fur
W rectors of this Company will b* bald at tbi* offii-o, on
Thuraday, lit March next. between the heur* of l'i M.
and 2 P. M. Wll. L. YOLiJi, Secretary.
"fijATlONAL ACADEMY oF IrtBHJN.- THE BHIKTIfcrH
.1.1 annual *xbil>ition of the National Academy, will Ixi
opeoed to tbe public on Monday, Marcb 12, at Br >ad
way, between Prime aa<t Spr ng alree'a. Artiste will
plrsse send their naual lista to the under* ?ned, at tb*
I'aiversity, aa eoon aa poeeible and they ara part'cular
ly dm red to iiave their werks In readiness hy or tm?n
iiately after tbe tirst day oi March, as tb* arrangements
will al>aolut?ly forbid tha admlasion of ant ?.?ontrlt>*tion
whatever later than Vlonday, the 6th Tli*y must ?l?o
r*s.ember that tbe limited capacity of the pn t*n'. tem
porary galleries will nececaaiily iwniine every exbit>-tor
to a smaller >pace on th* walls than heretofore '? Var
nishior day" will be on Saturday, the 10th of M?rcb.
10 A. M. to 4 P. M , without farther notice Hy order
of the Council. T. ADiit-wiS KICIIAKII^,
f'orresnuading secretary N. A
Nee York. February 16, llit.
~f\ P A- fEI-KBRA HON OF WA.flilNOTf*N SB1R1H
\ f. day ?Routed Pro-'?ss on - The 1 ne ?sil form ia
Kast Broadway, under dlreciim of ("apt. J. < fl 'm-,
lirand Marshal, proceed ?hro'igli "rand str?et IV>*' ry,
Chtthaio street, * ro?* the Park. - " here i*. will be r>
liewsd by the Hon tbe Mayor and Coram m C/hiii I,)
up Mroadeay U> and around l.'nioa I'ark to the A<-a<leiny
ot Mnsic, in Fourteenth itree*. Hon Mioses R. Wn t
aev . Past Noble Ar -h lirnnd .Sackeai of tfee <>rier, will
deliver the annual oration.
w W Ik IK'RN, < I-ATinin JTb Ciaad street
Joe C._Htju?m. ,
< ???. h. UiiuiMixr r, I
0"" FHCEOF IHK NEW ? RIJEK COMPANY, iHtAU.
street, New York. ?Not '**. ?An *t*cti*n for flv*
Director* of th* New r>e*k pompeny wlH be held on
Monday, Fsbmary J(th inat., at tb* <>fllee ef tktfoa
pant In New York, between tbe hours of 10 and 12
A II Tbe tranefer book* will be ..W?ed from tbe lltb
to 27th inat. New York. Feb It, 1H66
I~JOKm>NEMFNT or THE INAI CI RATIOV ??F I HE
Touro liters rv Inatitute The member*, their
friends, and the public, are respect felly antiBei'. that th*
Inauguration will take place oo Taea^ay the totb in*t ,
at 7 >, P. M , at th* room* 44N Broome street
HYMEN EM AM EL. 4*eretnry.
SIXTH AVEN1 F. RA1 1 JtOAJ>.? NOTICE TO Pa*?*
gers Hv Oty ordinance the car* ar* r*q ueeted to
?top above the street crossing going up, ant below it
going down. Paa*enger? are re^ue*t*d to make it con
ven ent to take and leave the ears on thoae croesiag by
th* rear door, to leave them on the side ant to th* side
walk, and not to jamp oa or off wh*ls Umsjt ar* J* mot. on.
WM. Ell HI T, Snperintoadent.
WILLIAM 6RANHIN. ATTORNrY fY)MM!?K)NER
forth* several fHatee and notary pwMte, lltaad
121 Nassau *titet, N*w lork.? Penaien*. patnnte, A*.,
promptly obtained tmm Wnehinrvem. Iwevntesa, ,aa
Crtera and Hiimante are I nt waited * ? a' nag aa a**. ?e.
Idier*. eallors he.? IM a es l.'nltnd Ma tee kued, a
aay *w ones )j?i, ? f at ceaae, Am aerved. '
?OCT?. IOOMI, ?C-. WtfTElt.
HOUSE WANTED- WHERE THE HEKT OR PART 0T
it would be taken id board ; mart have modem "a
and in a good location , oca partially far
n Lined preferred. Address P., Herald oB -e.
House WANTED.? PART of a cottage, fur.
nished or unfurn.shed, convenient to the term. na
tion of the city railroad, for a gentleman and his wife,
with Preach or Gertnsn families preferred. Address for
two days, James C. (Jill, 80 Kobmscn street, corner of
r) HOTEL PROPRIETORS OR WATERING 1' LACES.?
Wanted to rent er hire, a genteel and well patron
ised watering place, by oae who 1a well acquainted with
the business, and is extensively known by -.he travelling
community. Reference*, he.., iat (factory. The 4 tale
a* regards location, not an object. A line addreeeed to
B. B. WILKIN'S, National Hotel, Cortlaadt itreet, will
WANTED? A 8MAIX HOl'SE ON BTATEN ISLAND,
for the summer leaaon; f urn jibed preferred. Any
one having the above to let, can And a customer by ad
dmaing box 7M Post Offise, itating particulars, rent, Ac
Wanted? by a small, genikl family, gbr
aan, a neat two story house, with modern im
Erements, in a respectable neighborhood. I/Oealioa
w Tenth (treet preferred. Rent not to exceed >000.
Address box 3,986 Post Office.
Wanted? a smaij. house in auenteelneiuh.
borhood, suitable for two small families, consist
ing of four persons, not above Twenty-seventh street.
Must contain Croton water, bath, Ac. Persons Having
such prtmiees to let, can bear of a good tenant by ad
dressing J- O., box 1-2 Tribune olBce. Rent not to
exceed t J76 per year, Inscribe location.
WANTED? BY A UENTLEMAN AND illH WIKE
part of a house, say tws or three rooms furnished
for housekeeping purposes. A respectable private family
occupying a comfortable house in a good convenient loca
tion and having more room tban they require, may bear
of a desirable tenant by addressing Syntai , Herald office,
lodging house keepers need cot apply.
WANTED TO HIRE? FOR ONE OR MORE YEARS,
a lot or two. su. table for a coal yard. A not*
directed to B., and lelt in box 4,697, I'oat office, will bo
WANTED TO HIRE ? AN KKTABUSHMENT CON
taming large vats and steam power. A *oap fac
tory disengaged would answer the purpose. Address X.
Y. /.., Herald office, stating terms, location, Ac.
"ITT ANTED TO PURCHASE? A MODERN HOUSE, WITH
W all the improvements, near Fifth avenue, at a low
price, with moderate payment down, would not object
to the furniture, if in good order and at low price. Ad
dress 8. A. G., boa J, 7611 1'ost office.
WANTED? TO RENT OR LEASE IN BROOKLYN, A
small house and store on one of the thorough
fares, suitable for a bakery. Reference* will be given.
Address, stating terms, situation, Ac., F. U., box
?J, 958 Post Office, New York.
W11JJAMBBI7RG.? WANTED TO HIRE, THE FIRST
or second Boor, with ene of the basements and two
or three rooms on third floor, in a genteel bouse between
Houston and l'eck slip ferries. Address H. U., Herald
office, stating terms, location, Ac.
fi ? CAAAA TO LOjkN on DLAMONTm, watch
BOOvFe vF V/ V/ or bougbtfor cash.
Jbod city stocks, nstes, bonds and mortgagee, tills of ex:
afcaage, Ac., negotiated. Baslneoe confidential. and
promptly executed, at 103 Nassau street, room No. X
THOMPSON A CO.. broken and eommiealoo u> srabanta.
fl?4)AA ? THE CITY I.OAN OPKNT, 75
ND*m V'Vf ?v"v/Vre Nassau street, rear building,
second floor, room No will loan money, in any sums
on merchandise, wat-bes, jewelry, and all kinds of |?r
tonal property, or will buy for oeah. Office easy ef ac
cess and private, and all Interview* confident al
flh | iki )A ? 8TOIHM, HOIJSBJ AND LOSS
?H-e)e Vf \J\Je bought, sold and leased; rents and
oilier moneys collected : loans effected 0* real or persioal
property; >Tedits arranged and good* por> Based for city
and countrv, and commissions generally faithfully ex
edited by WALKER A CO., real estate, loan, Ac., agency,
75 Nassau street.
A NY AMOl NT OK MONKY IX) IOAV, OR WILU
buy at sight for uasb, merchandise, diamonds,
jewelry, plate, or personal pr.-perty of any de?criiit.oo,
in sou.s irotn ten dollars upaards, at the o>d ostab'i- ted
responsable Pacific office, over Pacific Bank coruer
liroad way and Grand street Terms liberal, confidential
and itle ? no humbug.
C1AS1I ADVANCED IN ANY AMOl NT. OR PURCHASED
j at sight, diamociis, watches, rioh jewrlrv, and
valuable personal property generally. R. WOOD, At
Fulton street, seroad floor, front room, from 9 A. U to
4 I'. M.
T VON 8,
li Ihe .
b?l<l< m of t
IRVINO rtA\ INOS UfSTTTTTlllN , 90 WaRHK.N WTRKBT,
oee door from Oreenwich.? Open laily from 10 A. M.
to 1 I'. M.. and 4 to 7 1'. M. Intereat at tun rata of nil
jar cent allowed on at! iani from (1 to $ MO. rue fund*
?if tliis inititu'ion era ooearoly Inreatel tn boe.tH ,,nd
? in tlie tit y of New York, ?ortb doub.e I'M
?umudi loaned, and ia band* in tbi* city.
? 'A I. KB P. WOODHHX, TVe.ideot
Vi Minn hi it L. Bt ito?, Sei retary
IOWA. CUmUL RAILROAD COMPANY ?
oooditlona of tha afiMm>Bl, aigni'd by tat
b?ld< ri of the bond* of paid company, haviag bran fully
complied with, ?ai'l bnndhekera are hereby out Hal to
call at tbe office of tbe Miaaiiappi awl Iowa Oaotral
RaUtoail l <mpany , 'it Wiliiam street, on or before Satur
day uaxt, V4t(i inat , ami atirrendar the r bonda, and pay
tba Brat .D?t ilin<-ni of two par coot in ' aab, at whir h
time ami jilace tliey will reeeiae prafarrad stork, accord
ing to the agreement made wltb tba said Misaisaippi and
Iowa Railroad Company. Tba faw bondholders who ba?a
not y at aigntd aaid agreement, can avail tbemaelreeor
ita prnvia'ona be complying with tba above condition*.
By order of the board ol direct ore.
ABKL CHANDLKR, Preeid- nt.
H. C. Piu.w*, Secretary.
MONKY? CASH IJUKRAI.l.Y AOVANCKJ) O.N l>IA
roouda, watches, ilry goods. pianofortes, furniture
olire nil. teas, or any other property, at tba agency and
Ivan oBice, J04 Broadway, corner of I>u?ne street, so
coud floor, room No. V Confidence and honor may b?
railed upon. Branch office M Want Pliteentb atraat.
?' OTICX ? SEVIN VKR CKMT BONDH Or THE STATE
of California.? Holdara of tba tteveo par rant Honda
of tba State ol California, becoming dua on tba flratday
of Mar h, lH#f , ara haraby notified that said hoods will
I* redeemed upon preaeata'.loo at tba afHea of tha
Traaanrar of tha State of California is Haermmasto rite,
and that tba funda anting from tba payment will be
forwardad to tha holdara in New York, at tba eipenee of
tba state, if dceired. Information In reference thereto
can be obtained of Mr. Johh Cook, Jr., 91 Broadway, Naw
8. A. M'MKAJIB, Treaaoror of Btato of raliforaia.
XITHERS * PTrHWiN, BANKERS, STOCK AWB
eichange brokers, 41 and 41 Booth Third atraat,
lelphia.? Btoefc and Corporation loans bought aM
?aid ? ??ai?a c.i, promissory notes and drafts, aego
tiata- collections ana <5e a pea all acreealble ponte a tha
aountry ; drafu oo ether altiaa, i? tun to at it par
$>_bim>kkktemn?, wruribf?,~ARnYinn mk.
O Doltiear, HOB Broadway, eornar of llouatoi at ??t,
< aow tunning hia laat r let- Tickota may ba aa
e r? l on Mod :%y am) the la aeon- taken at plan ara
Tht. ? a ho neglect thia o.1er wtii t>e charged tba ra^ula:
j>:. a?. I'ritalr loaaena gtien.
A?K>.NCH CKNTIJCMAN, HaVI.NU A XEW HOCR
. b / 'lay. woiiaal l.ke W> d.ap ->aO of ihaui by K viegloa
?ou? in the r reo h language Apply, pereontlly ?*ary
day h?fora twelre, or addraaa t. I.jnt, No. 1 Mar "f
?tra't nrar C.nal
ACARft ? Tllf St HW RIBIO: Wfl.l. OOMMBNCK NK.W
wntitg and liook keep ng clamaa thia weak a* re
d u fail jriaaa <'arda "ontamiog fall parti tular? ??y b?
bad at the room* tl .lVtK H tMUMHITH, 342 l!roa/i
way ro-narof Kianklin street.
1) r. WJHTOB * HIRAM flUON Ol VIC UtfcJONH IN
J ), b ? kke?-piog, writing kut.. oMee Mt> Ibuadway,
i Applrtori ? Itu.'d og.j where geatten.ea are i|na)i0aat fur
toe rouat'og bouie, IB ? auporior aad ei^odiUoaa una
?\f tHAMI I AKHII R, I aK;.-|KNNK I Ml' ?..?/?
j'| etplair tlie n lea of Re bel, (oo* i? one wart,
but a*, teaat to or?pare tham to ba a>>la to umwritao'l,
not Kranrb l'atoi?) but tbe ale^aortaa of the iao
puaye aa apokan hy tbe ale bra ted artiat*. Maiiaiue II
thuka tboaa a l?o ?nlaoil to i?arn had bi'tar con. ?eo a
aa<l perfect Uiemaeltee by tha time abe arrtaea. No I
Amity atroet, mm Brood wsy. vlaoaoa or priaate l??eau<
OIX MORt \|)MITTI [)._? I.BraOS'4 A '<|IM Of
* Hpati al. by a aatlra, aad a parti nUi method a'
trr wbfb learr.ara 'aa r? ad, writ', <^?o?erae, aa-. fa>iaw
ti.1 dMlt Wifhott tbi aid of a tea' her Ceil at M
writing aiaiteaay, Or aad a'.iaot. ierauMtke
i TUK WUTAKI.
C1AR1XK Ijr.Hf Ot aM?, ATTtXTlOW TH m *
i l?7? aad frt?ada of the alwaa Toapany ara re*p> t
lolly ret-ieateil to meet at No. 4a 0 ttrooar-e at ree . t ? at
i tend tb? faaerai of oor lata brother a^daam- late, Nati.an
R Alder oe Mii..lay oeit, at 1 o'elook Y. M Ry or ;er
?f JOHN WlUnnr, lUptaio
I.. C. Mnsa, Ha NUry
SOMJRKD MII.ITAKY ? TI1K HTU ASM Ai ?AU.
aad priae driUof the Maoaibel iar-1 w il taaa
-a '? Toeedar, f'braory JOtb at Hall No. It* "p"a<
I Street peroral <1iffcr?nt print w ll be ilistrlbated aa og
j tbe mawbao of the coaapMy ptooeat.
IlvpBKY HI I nt- ARMORY, Ml BROOME HTTIK*"!
j The oeabara of this rweaaMwl ere keroby ro
t oaeafd to aeaemWe 1m >tr>ll aw Tooeday aeea.ag. tba
?.Otb taat , at i e c ork prooaely, ia tail aoifora w th
tnrroati By order,
r-DGARA wmrrtn, fo?m?ie:ir.'
Willi JO B? erw, Or4or1y
Iii.ht ccarm -ukad wlariu> unTlTK
j Ha. I, fab 17, Itai ? A epaxial lOae'iog of the -wrpa
7 wol be baM at the amtry. oo Mowday o*a?.a# a* ft
lat Ik, it t o''to?% J-urrleaJ atOeadaa-e of rt^J
irr ia ?arre?'.li M joatet Bj mr4?f,
JNO. t CO*aM tm'f
axd nunc nts.
TJUKTtJN'S THEATRE, CHAM BURS STI.KI.r-MOM
11 day.? Mr. F.ater'* beaeti:
.Shakipeara'a comedy of Alt YOU LIES IT.
Jiuuiii, Mr FUher; OrUado, Mr. Jordan. Touch* Voao,
Mr Burton, Roaalim!, Ml?? Raymond.
With tbo drama ol Bl.ACK KYBDBU9AN.
William, Mr. KUhar, Uaatbrain, Mr. Burton,
Mr. Fiabor will play a Halo on tba Violin.
Tueeday? W HERE dUAIX I D1NE? aad THE FI1J.
Tbc Black Swan will ibortly appear.
BOWERY THEATRE ? BENEFIT OK MK. J. M. COUKK.
Waahington'* Uirtb'lay ? 22d of February ?
on wbi:b occaiion Mi** Julia Irving, p ip I of N. B.
Clarke, Stag* Director of tba Broadway, wiil m*k?- her
Bret appearance on any stage in the character of Thereee,
in "Tba Murder ai the Chateau."
Mr. 0. J. Arnold, tbe American tragedian.
Miat Hraithwaite, (flr*t appearance in Sow York .)
Mr. J. Toole, Mr. C. Fox, and othera of eminent talent
will ai jear in the following pleo? *:?
THE Ml'ItDEK AT THE CHATEAU.
THE OATH OF VENUEaNCE.
THE KOUlili DIAMOND.
THE NATIVE AMERICAN;
Ok, thi lawn or WaarasGTO*.
ETON HOY. and the
BLOOD RED AVKNtiEH OF rHE SPANISH MAIN.
Remember the 'tlA of February.
TIARNUM'S AMERICAN MI'HEUM. ? URAND REVI
J) val of the intenaely intereiting drama, played here
for over one hundred and twenty nigbta to auch crawiled
audience* Monday, Feb. 10? kvenlng, at 7X o'elook,
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN, with all tb? original irenery,
muiic, Ac Afternoon, at 3, the SI* A NIMH TROUIIA
DOURS, the greate*t Uultarlatn in the world: betidea
which, two favorite piece*. Adm ttance, 'ill cento;
children under ten, 13 J a cent*.
GtO. CHKI-TTY ft WOOD'S MINSTRELS, NO. 472
Broadway, (Mechanic*' llall.)
proprietor* Henry Wood ft <ieo. Cl.ri*ty
Tbie waek, a varied and floating
coin men < nig every evening at 7 X o'clock. Ticket*, 2?k.
All butlaeia tranaacted by Haury Wood.
BURTON '8 CHAD BEES STREET THEATRE? FMR
the benefit ol Mr. 0. Fiaher.? Oa M?n '.ay, Keh. 10.
will be performed .sbakapeare'* comedy of AS YOU
1JKE IT ? Mr. Hurton will nuatain hia favorite character
of Touch* tone Ml** Raymond aa Konalind. Mr. Jordan
aa Orlando. Mr. Fi*ber a* Jac<iuoft. After the comedy,
a variety of entertaimneata. To conclude w tb Sl.'N
tHlNK THROUGH I UK U0UDR- Krn.ly, on tbie ocea
*ion, by Mia* Fiaber, her aeiond appearance on any I 'age
BOWKRY THEATRE ? IIEN EF I T OF MR*. MK1.INDA
JONES. ? Monday eveniag. Fobruary 10, In on
which ocoaalon will be performed Shioida' <-elobrate<l
tragedy of THE APOHTATE. 1'eacara by a gentleman of
tbla <-ity Mr. J. W. Hurr?ll, In* lir*t appeaiance on any
?tage. Ilemaya by Mr. (<ao. J. Arnold, who ha? kindly
volunteered; Elornua, Mr*. Melinda Jone*. After wb'.ch,
lor the firat time an entirely new dramatic epiaoda, en
titled IIIE DEATH OF l'< 'OK J OK. 1'oor Joo by Mr John
K. Durivage, who baa al*o voluntaared. Alter which
the Me?ara. Coney, with their highly trained, aagacloue
and wonderful doga, will appear in II1E FoKfe.ST OF
liONDY. The whole to conclude with THE JACKETS OF
BLUE. Box book now open.
BOWERY THEATRE ? PROPRIETOR AND MANAOER,
I. P. WUdron, Stag* Manager. Robert Jonea --Price*
dmi**"ion ? Boxee, 26 cent*. Pit and (iallery, 12 ka
tent*, Private Koiea, to. ? Monday evening, Feb. 10.
lleneUt ol Mm. Melinda Junta.
THE F OK EST OK BONTY.
I HE DEATH Ol' POOR JO&
JACKETS OF BLUE
11MP1RE 11AI.L, 69# BROADWAY.? WILL OPEN 01
j Monday. Feb. 10, John R. hmith *
GRAND TO 1 R OF EL' KOI 'E,
To wldcb ii now added
THE 81HQI OF HEBASTOI'OI.,
Exhibited with di*tlnguiab?d eucooM iu the principal
citie* of Europe. In I?udon it waa exhibited tt?a) time*,
to balf a million per?ona, and acknowledged by the pub
lie pre** aa the largeat aud on* of Ilia moat elegant and
interesting exhibition! in tbe worll. Ai a apocimen of
American art, Mr. J. R. Smith respectfully *oUoita a
ah*re of the patronage of tlie iateiUct.ua! poition of tbo
public. Open for exhibition every even nir.it 7 '4 o'clock.
The uiuaic by Mr Alywin Field, of London, who will in
troduce, for tbe flr*t time in thi* country, the t*w n
?trunient of tbe piano amico. Admit LaO' ?, J'j cMtl.
Children half price.
MIm I I.HVI.Ol s.
r/1 AAA yards TAPUfTKY CXKnsn ROM,
?Jvjav/v/v/ from h? , tbo, u imorft>f M<Of lM*i
i.l itiRiktD una tbrae ply, juat puroiiaa* I ?t ib? recent
auction ??!???. I OHIt .\i TAYLOR,
(Irinl atreet, coiner of ' ry?i
1l-r CtXAL BMtt, NKAK VARIOt w * M.
JLOO VAN NOTC H into and fender, k i" u >>?<.?,
aouimer iaDK* ami (tuff) whuikim. We Uo?e a larga
aaaortmrnt of the latent pattaroa of inauiel yatrt
ranges ami for aala uu leaaonable Urua tiraWa
a?<1 rangae eel am'. repaired, raugae lined, M>? fooad
era' an j jewellne1 furoa' ?? built, a to tea !ine<!, talari'
o??d? bu.it aud rtpaliad.
?.courifiN a(xxikiik')n, Accntmof, AOOOB
leou tantfbl Id oil leaeooa, on my arm and .m
proaetl mo' bod. Ti-mn '0 iK'ranoe. 1'upilt taught
day or evening. All tb??e witbiOK to l>* omt; perfect
perlormtra oo the a'jote imitrumeol, ahould not fail to
call on lb? Origlngal 1'rofeaeor J. I . J At tilts
102 Chatham ?treet.
?11 RK OP t GBJM ITV MADAMK RKKHAKO. SO 1ST
) Howery eae* aide, b?t?Mu ftroom* ana tb lanr.j
ittwli. Ma<lama B reapectfully inform* lha public that
abe baa bar price id order to enable eiery one to
b? 'r?? f rem pain, and feela oanfldentlo promising that
?ho will rcnoti coma, bnniooa, nail* grown In the flaab,
Ac , without eauung th? leaat pain or Id 'onveaiainea.
I'rrMina ran be attended to at boine, or at Maaiamr U. '?
rvaidesee, from 1 until 7 e'elocb I*. li.
TVAlLY PAPIRi ? UKAY h CO., 17 AN* tTKEKT,
1 / lorwardera and packer a of dally and weekly oat>
(??para, He. Customer* can raljr upon bavin# tfcaii
ardor* attended to with promptneaa. Ordara reepBcUul
ly solicited at 17 Aon atreet
Im-ORTANT TO CUmWM.-l UKNTl.MAN WHO
knaw* how to sponge snd ateam finish, (da *atire,)
on Krtnr.ii plan, cloths, <aenmera, ke. \ aim to make
waterproof woollen k"*"!", a ?*w proceaa, lha advantage
of which la, that v bile It renders lha gooda entirely !m
Brvmux to rain or molatnre. perspiration ia not Impeded
a textme of clotha, he., la preiervoo, and moth a will
M>t tourh .it. Una neoaatary apparatus and tools. la
desirous of making aome arrangement with a party,
either to aall tie uaa of tbo above, or to a? apt of a aitu
ation lor paiticulara, addreaa lDTenUao, HaraM
X EEl.TUW ? ao, 000 SWEDISH AIT DO DIM AN IDriff.
1 J In prime onl?r, juat re< ?i*?l per ?teamrr, for ?ala
by J. F. <1 JCl' k CO., No 90 Maidoa Una.
?\K US WIIJ) CONTIVrKH TO Ari1,Y HER 'TCIT.
JjJ I rated Ikiheoiian lialr dje In prirat* ro?mi?, for
ladle* only. W arranted a iMiaut'ful bl vk or brnwu No
matter bow r?d or gray. Depot 21 Domlal' k ttroai
O- AR8? Rk'llVRI) TIIW HAY, IOO.'iOH KKKT OT
?o per lor aeh oar? , id good rondltnn and far ?al#
cheap fnr.afli, at |N()KK^jl.l.'M Hiat and Oar lt?/??r,
MO Kouth vtraat
OKHCK n RNrn w. dochijc anhhivui-khtand
log deaka, from ?*! to $10 doublo and ringle ?Ittiox
d( ?ka, irom ? ? to |75, oBlre tabl< a of every ai/a, from % I
to $r>n o IKre 'haira, from |l to 116 deea atoid* from ba.
lo r naiaolly on l.aafl at KNOX'S Ofhre Kurnituro
htora, ;.6 Add vtraet.
j^T0( K 'V KHkN'Tf CHINA AS|i ill t,' Art* I
ofl wltboot regard to unuirUtwa ? ??l at ti.a
ctaap atora tl? Uroadway, atioia Ltou'li aireel
J. K. KU:r
SHOW CASKK? -CHMIDT A HRUTHKH, U MORril
Wiiliam atreel, near ' bat barn, aod at 77 U'e?i fbird
? trtat. < in innati fibwt, roan if?ftur?r? of ?l?oa 'a?e?
ii, n.Mal, braaa. r'Hieec<Ad, maboKaay I. la. k wa.'nat and
ailver. A good aa?0i tm?nt < natantiy ut liand (>nj?f?
promptly atettinl. <?ld >lma a<a> e>'ha?K~!
S7HA* in*n*, pnsw m Pi/mnw, *c ? n>r
An ?af o*iaa ator.k ><f airaw li?aeet? Iran h Iti.oara,
A , towt.i-.b tf.e at'eo* on of 'Bab loyera .? -ol at
Not M aBd Joha atreat,
Conn of Williao, Naw Yora
HOMKIt k Kl T' III M
fT'lIK AMfOY f I. AY COMPANY HAVINO Jl -T irm
J pieted tl.an*"-a?ry iraprorameata on U ?i pf
f?i *y oo ' l?aeae?, ual*a < re*k sear fVmlB Amboy N J ,
ara bow pr*pai>d to ra??i?? ordera for vita r <.iperVrr
<1 .Bitty 01 potftr'a rlay, at the prtno of 12 pe; tat
alao lor ra: ?e <la), at II p*r ton. Pali **-gt>t
Biway? gobrar.ta?x! Ortlm ma > la a'tlrxw l t ' be an
derrigbed, ah'- will alto forward aamptet or gtaa auy 1a
forr .ai ion required, or. ap|Ji. aU"B at .la |>la a A r ial
Baia * !, ? batbain tWeel, '.oraer ?l Trym. ? Sew
Y>lk OT lit LRN- r, y aad n?a- A C Ob.
rr . ir, i (1'ijoi o? ibm > *rx ? " "tx
1 twiga juat re<-e|??d, aa>i for tale by J f 'Ijl t
<n. So. Ma-ieo Una
WMKt wotu> wrt a kkai rm i. rkaii
of hair f Tbererept of a nvattea) irayaritki*
? b>'b baa oater 'a'l?: to r?wi?rw ti a ha r Bltboafh <i*ad
IB llK/oaatda of ? txta Ti e raralyt will bo eeat W? tay
dlr*rti?B oa tl a re ?ipt of b letter -aata anaf M >?#??
atampa f^at paid, to If KUia, llroalway I'ciwl
att>n t Bewared unMed ately.
<? a la
BTr* jrwntY rah*oad? kir n?URl
I and tba aa " ?e?t tva Jertar (V.j ?.a 'aod
? Ipreaa Mm - l#ara New Tart at ? and 1# A M aad I
aa4 ' > * Pare, 97 H a 4 an'. ? Hi ? sod 10 A M.
a?l ? f M , aavoBd latt, t. tA la la and II M at t'i
aV.pttag at all way atatlama Tbrougb Mata aatd fax
IH'ltMt a? tba * eat, bb4 fnr Haitian***. WaebinfftMi,
fill I hit _ Aw , a?d tbrwwgb af e rb?bed to Waati ?c
>? m * aad ll> A M aarftPM.
otiuan amd acbjmtm.
IJKT AND AI'RMT- ARTtriClAI KYI* ? XtT
rvatfBd. tba laivnat m4 iwa' kaaot f*l <?tia?ti*B
mt artiAct*! *}? tear aapr-r'ed that raatikta tba aa
tarsi eya eia'Of la itm iM ei pre?a aa asd ? H a?e?*
r.e. K f Mka n, aod 'aa be Iwaaud Bad rwm* <a4 w th
aat tba a<fbi*>t p?ta ?* afawtlaa. Tba t? ufaatiaa
r <41 bwral larw
iami* w rrmn ? w n
?> a#d Aatirt X>a urajaa;
X?OADWAr TP ATM -I A, KJJUBA..L, IM)LC
15 Uaaaa.-Do??t ap#? ?* ?*; eewwe 7 mM.
lull) ??eamf , Pabruary 19. *H1 ba p*rforu;ed
Hamiet ...........Mr Daampart
kin. Ur l,rf?inirwell I UuiManntarn Mr Waitorw
MarwaUu* Mr. Hortoa
King Mr. 1-rBiiifwall
I-arrte* Mr. Urui'
loioaiaa Mr. Whltiag
Uoratio.... Mr lM?r|tu
Oaria Mr. Qroavanor
Imwou /. Mr MeDoaall
ANTONY AND tfjXJPATKA
Aoli ny a man <4 1 <i ii t Ioku Mr. W. I>a?
Oe< j nl ? a Orlnette . Mil* J Oo ..K*n
Uravadlfgar.. Mr. Dar*)fa
Nrruiii Mr. Cottar
optu-Ha Mm# Tmie*
WA) IJICHH THEATRIC, BROADWAY,
prooaie atraat.? Monday, Keb. 10.
THR I ArtT MAN.
<;?oflr?y Dale . . . Mr. IUak? I Iaict Mr*. 'VtMf
< o?l] 1 1 K Mr ?inrrot I IttrUri Mir : t< pMf
A BACHKljOK Of ARTH
Andrew WyHa Mr Pmugtiaa
Harry Jn*per. . . Mr. Ii*atar | Kredenrk . . . . Mr ?<tewar1
Mr. Tlmrnten... . Mr Dyntt I Kmino Mm "tet.baaj
THE ARTTLI. DOPOKR.
Tha Artful Dodfar. Mr. Via rani
Mr. Harding Mr, Oh (.pecdalo
AKAHOK'h MKTROPOIJTAN THEATRE, BROADWAY
ginoiiti Bond atraat
I ACT NHiHT OK "TIUC BASON,
i. odrr tb? direction, aid for tha
IIKN'D'IT OP MK. UAOKKTT.
I'oaitnely la*t ni*bt id America of
MADAME GRIM AND (JIG NOR MARiO.
Mr. Hackett raapectfully aanoonea* that tne la*t ap
pearance ia tmrrfea of Ha<t?? 8n?l and v'i^aor llano,
?rl*r to thflr departure by tha steamer Atlaatia, on
i-dnaeday o??t, ) will ba on M?adair eaeninjr, oa tbw
ocraaicn of hia hemflt, for whieli tbeee dieting ul*b*d
?rtiata ba?a liberally *olunta*re?l their rrrrtrm.
HONOR* HAM A 1. 1 AND "0WN1, and
ml) al?o appear.
MONDAY KVKNINO, PF.IIRHARY 10,
will t>* prevented Itanlu-tti'e grand Uaf.e opt ra, la fear
acta, I .A Pa VOHITA.
laoaora, tha King'* Kavnrila... Madame Orial
lur?, bar Confidant MmUine Mam
Fernando, a young Novice of the (ViarrDt
o#?<t. .lama*' hipdot Mario
haltlm/nr fu|?i1iif of the Cannat . Clfdor Hue.nl
Aifou.n, King of < aatile K*tior 1U41AU
Don <ia>|?r, the King'* Mlniater Hlgnor ItrMll
t "borne of ,'oartiera, ?iiard? m.mV? paK'-*, pilgrim*, aV?
t?ndi>nta, Imliaa of tli* roil r l Kpanlnh ma l da a*, ha
Id art Brat, " l*aa llrilliaala." and In act ??noail, " La
Madrillaaa" will be daneed by Kcnorita ?< ta.
Muairal Director and Conductor h g. A MtU
ct?K? Manager Wg. A tr.u Drt.rnal
)*ri>nipter li?. Salabetv
KNTRANCK TICKET ONE IIOIXAR Olfl.T.
Tick?ta, with rw?-r??d aiiau, 91 h0.
Pnvata ikiiaa anil Harriet Hrrln lloxaa, a ? iap to
lovatioa and capacity, from 9* to $vo
Hui Offic* open darly, from f A. M. to b P. M
Itoor* o|#n at ball paat 6, |i?rformaoc#? ta com
?>ao<-a at half paat I o'clock.
BrCRIKY'S h'KRKNAUk Rl, UKOAf)WAY.?
I. AT WKKK
of tba unnioallad burla?<ia* on
KCCKVTKIC H A K O N
N P.? In prvpara'ioB. a aaw mualcal piaco, aalitloit
tba '1HO lOMPKYN, (wrlftea e?pr???ly (or thia aoai
paoy,) mi rod j n ok ?? reral orifinal uni?lcal com po?i
tioaa, by celabralad eompowra: alao, th* Bf?at ;a*l
laaRe duet, from the opera of " Chalat," w tk otktr
Ccnctrt at 1 % o'clock. Ticket* 26 oeata
JOHN DIAMOND AND MICKY WARKKN,
Tua Two llijfr Da?ctHS t> no Woaia,
iMf) n (H thl* week,
AT WIIIfKH OPERA IIOt'HE. 40 BOW'HI
T55u* AP*H1ATH?N . -UHUUKLYN ML SEt'M.?
Monbay riniiiK, lali 19, THr. I ItdR KT LAW
and HIIOH'KAKM rik>r? fl ket. , free t-i f?nt)rmea
a> ?'ompaniad bjr ladiea) can >? ha I at tha door, a r at tho
rtmmi of the AMOeiatioa, I tlaoa atra< t, Saw York.
D> or* ?peii at . curtain rl,e? at o'el' k.
BANJO- BANJO? BANJO - T1U BANJO TAI'UBTBV^ M
a new and improve, I uh Um d, n ail U?*<*a?. ?
?Am a<lT*nra I ?i?on* (ivrn arery ernuti I'l-iu, . _
by our mrthod le?rn wilii ilia Kieateat fa'iliir Hcvfcla
PROP. M. B. k It. IV J A' Uirt, 407 llrn?.>WfMUl *
PAIU?8 AflADMF?f " ui; 4.a* n
DOD WORTH'S OaNCINM AfADrTO 'tU
Broadway, oppoait* ki> ?enUi (treat, 'a uow
of pupila, abi
'? r the laraptiou ol pupila, wbo ran t?u
Uuie laulia* and rbiUlr*a ?a Wadna^'
'laji at 3 and 4 P M ?, ntl, iuen on Wa
< ?)? and #??rj other Friday, at "X
k?>? lul.iira oa Saturday ei,.?liiy? fi r
r.eti Monthly aoirwaa an oaiial (If,
ta)i hLor* aod terma of inatfur t.nu, jmm, \
Ma, <n ) at any time, or will lie M"il
fS HAN I) l)A.N< IN<> AIAHKMY, tn??
VI Inf. #4. MIRAHOI.k h>* tlM |iia?a
public that hla room* are n?? o|?n daily L_
all the modera danraa from <i A M. uOtiflWP. 1^*41^1 aM
? Our lirni fill ba radarad i>rl? "a ^la
LOW AND KOIW0.
DCS I.OVT-M REWARl' -I/Hi. a MW P* V?
a. n< e, ? yallowlah, atlk* hair*d *ky# trrrrr, ub^I
Ml' l<* hail ??>! wlian l'>?t. a entUr, with th* Bam*
?ml n|.;r??? of th? "*n?r Tlw ?i?t? r???rt *iil (?
for th* rat urn of liie log to hla o???i, a*. <fo 12
Minth MiiHiith ifrnii)
n<M HJHT? MTRAYKH I KoM RY MCR rt k'ARUW,
W< laut^oa atiMl, a j?lloa Xeuti u torrvar <jo( Had
on a ?>)r?r platad ? ollar, * itli | ?>tl>>ck ao<t alu a taiam
to tha ?>??>* of ftprinf . A r??ar' ?( ??; vUl ?? jaxl ? D
Itlalivr ng him to tha lioatbr at abo?* atablaa.
?Mn>-A ViisTAiTfi*'. <4iii?'io
J? ?i*y, id ooa af tha llr<>*daa< ao l >urtjr a U. tU?l
' lln* of atafaa, oo th* 11th in*t Th* ovnar -?o ha?? taa
Mil* by proving uroparty and paying ai|aaa*a. Ajply
( at 43 > root ?tr?at.
IftKT.-KiaRTCKN TBOOiUN'i AND Kivr. HtTNIiRJtl)
j dollar* in apart* <-4itifl' ata?, iaan*<i by th* Hani
M Ain*rl< a to tha aa*?<-i*t?d bank* of th ? ?ltj thr*a
af f!>,C0()*a<-b, tliri-a of 11,000 varh, an>l '*? of t.<W?
' war* Uwt on triiMjr ? rial k. of th* Rank of thai ic
ifiovwaalth, <m nia ? a j from th* riaaring hi i?a I* lha
bar. I A* ()i*a* rartifli-al** ar* parabl* only Ut tha a*
>(? ia'?l haabi, tb*y ran b* of ao ralu* in th* haul* of
aa/ I rl *a 1* ,n<il*i<lual or otbar r i.rfarati'<a. All (??????
ar* r*<ja*at*<t to atop any oaa >h? mar atUeaft !* |<aaa
off *i*h*rof tb**a r*rtln> at?? A aultabla tlD
b* Mi<l for th*ir rrturu to tb* JUna of Uia ?ruBOn ?
vaaltb <'Vi KL1J4,
! ir <?cr -* not?, ihiaws nr mcrrmarm a
J j Rn**?b *rg la fa*?r of Karl flmaafablar, ilaiad
Vaw York IwtmWr It, laA.1, oa 'lanau4. fo?
kbhilrad Lallan, with Intaraat Tha llnl?r akil ha llkar
all/ r*?ardad by laatinf It with IWroh.fi A Roaaobarg,
161 ilocatoo *tra*t, aa tha par m? n t tb*r*of baa ba*a
?U>pi?1 ' ' '
tm?m wt niiay, rr.KRrARr u. a MACS
Hru?a*lala?a tail, l?ti?a lain aWWt I barth
No 11 Ran KouriwaUi atr*ot paa>iD? tbr<>afb
Kiabtb rtraat aa l I ai?*r?iljr pia-* Tb* m 'la- ? II b*
auitab ty r*war4ad oa laavlaf 11 at 14 Ri'1 I 'Wft#?iUi at.
L-W.-A rOKT MOR.VAJK, ' fWJfTA'VlVc; WR
? 104 b.lla, oa ' 11/ baaka aa<l aboal %*? a f id,
and ta.ali billa. Th* flti tar will ?>* liUwallr r??*rtad b f
l*a*laf th* a* if-* at TlHiH ?OfTMORTtYM, . il Watar
OKI UOU1M, M.
'I i-TKWART k ???, Wirj. OIT.V us MONDAY.
IMf tary It, aa aHfaat aaa?rta?*at ut *pr<ag aal
aua II rr >'.r**a f<?ala ,mf-?rl?d ri|<r*Mly for .0* r fauail
?a aa lirta<taay, < haai >-*t* aad naarl* itraata
jn~ i.i Kjtm -wammii i <> ftmuknx, a"\ riuk
aa?arta4 *t*|.aif' - An/ |?far n . fcu? af
?Btpa> t* of *a?j| h?ar ?f a ? ?ah p ir?h?**r hy a/
draa>it.( a a?ta w? Aaiti*a?w l^t l'r? llaraM ><ba. All
?< n n> .?<raitaM atrtctlf '??iii ;<i.t?i
I ??au n ? raHaitaA tu tha **i*i^f att.?.l?* .a tha
It- r.',?i; aa . iarbi*t>iaf ? < pai 1 rei ?t at ??o'? wA.rt
r < <abi ?hK?r.t I AltM llrti' 11 * ?Iwt :?-!?>"? r?*rf
?ar.?t; ai ????* ahirta. draaaaa, 4a}fAa?tUa tlaa, artrli,
ha*4l*t?| ?'*,!?*?*?. hall Ma*, taapan^ra iiatafc.u
?kt<)> ^?ilr*.la?, 4faat?f raaaa upara ria?**a, (M
?? lit atud* ?0'' ?!<**? hattiiaa m r?j?T?.) aa-1 r>>|^ar?iaa(
kt l*np*rt?4 far tb* (all aad wtaia* If a4- rba pt .am
ara M4>rt >,aa4 Iba aw*r" mtal Bk*|wJ|<!
11 I- MAt V RAnjJlL- AMI -icxriu I A V
ft p' '??< tlf (*"? Otjr a i. ! *airaa'.< V a a*4,
a- ?, I ? ' .ol?l P*aai??.< f rr^ararl. laltrn* ' .i 1^ n
*#*?'?*?*4 1 ? >??*?? ?<(Wl?i and 10 kiftliar <Ja atf
af* a>t Uw I ail*dftat*a rvrnaM b
I'afif P. H Rat/, IT ^ a'l itmt
<?? iiim, <ti.i*i Awn run math kirytnon
an ?ai*d at ia * alU I if i. M. li^aa a ? ^b t/fap
fad pa a ? a?i No aa* aui ?xaaull* Ua al b ?
rrf . ? Ii.fl a ill U vithoat Ufa* naialia* r w aal* if
R. II llAKf'HOKS'K. Mo l'?U I wlt?a rtraat, ? , pat<?* St.
I aol'f i back.
D?: '?AR^?? n*r???rri wati ?? r*ir.??f' rai't M,
*??? a boat ?)?.?? -l*t tb?a* aaa'. ?ba bata
f?itr?.?M dla*a*M, a*rr>*l* a car* at T*. M*d M
4# la f aa- a.?i?a rifaaa "???* 14 I'm aaiafart,
I- AW^ RKAli Tllff ? * ftY WIIX YOl -i m*
> aal nraf a> t yoar I '* ia aaiaarr. aba* paa aaay
tad aa*?tato ral>a< (/<-?, all W|i>HU |*>adw Va
Kt ??? bt tb* a*a r*f fir f*apMiaa'< pdtn ftUa.
7 ar* ?*'? aad '*f<aia *-? -d by all ?>.f4?|?U. k*4 a*
??ap* rtai ? p*v?a. b? < M <v*af . ( , V < W4?a?r ? ??>(
Han. R***l* A U frv* aa* 4?ila? par baa. n|
itRMfwr iaro" ajoj uiwiWi*! rrrW<fiM
?(???? aatbor of ^ba Halina' AdaWr
AM kifi tad la I.I ?putHHy, ?? ?t KaaAa
alra*' xraar of Rf?*4aay, fro* II A ? ' II 7, a*A
? ta ? f. M TWta at i i ataaaa by Mail aad laraaa
%, H 'ba dra? *t"f*
N(rm%.~ adyick Vi ima ajtij?hu., >.*n
_ aai'ift -oa?a?pt?aa '*?*? aad Ka*a pta
? .,i b* !? r aaidad for aay of Ua aba*a ?*aa?aa. ak^b
k*'? ?*?? iiu?d m4 wi l***i to w th* r-aly MM*
c>* .* r* aad?aa TWj *U1 b* fmwM to aar atoraaa
*? tha matft W a lot tar <*^tole*ee Itf aat^ a pa*'.
? fa r-avta, ft'ilf paiUf-alartTto r?i/f?aaa?
"?^?ay Tf*t Mm, I?t p*li. ly tiara a ??o?rad tob
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