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WHOLE NO. 8575.
Ajn?g?MO?WT??
ACADEMY 'Or MUMO-PATTO-MeBTHA.
The ml* or Mill oonumeueea ihk mormto* for *?.??
MM'o-MABVHA." _ , . ...
it* WUOO Will pnWUveiy WH <m J
(iraad Mrglnee, uM Opera opens In Philadelphia on Hon_
WinmrptY kv*?ino fkb.29. AT8
MOST PohlTiVKI.V TUB last NIQHT OF
MTSH PATTI.
p>Wr to bar departure for London In the early spring.
Second nod lest night of Flatow's overs o?
MAJtTllA; ob. the FAIR at RICHMOND,
kiss ADMUMA FAT! I.
MAD. STBAKOhOB, BRIUNOIJ, JUNCA.
The hut that, in e mplUnee with one of the elnaeee of the
eeatraet tlgned wtih the director of the London Opera Ho nee,
M<ee patti *111 make her debut as mariiia, will leudnn
additional Intern t to her appearance In thU Opera.
hatcbuaT. March S, stone.
orano patti Ft RE WELL MATINEE,
For whkh the moet extensive preparations ere being made,
whleh will make the Farewell of rati! superior In attractions to
any ether Mstlnee given this reason
Ada talon It No reserved eeale Doors open at IX
A great crowd being expected, ladies are particularly reS
vested te hny their tickets In advance They may be had at
all the principal ticket office* principal mmte stores and hotels,
and In Brooklyn at Prox's and bom's
The ssapany will appear in Philapelphfea en Monday,
Marsh A
h ^y-AXLAOK B THEATRE.
^ Dean epen at 7; U> commence at half-past 7.
CNDIMIhUBRD TRICMPH.
MR. UBBTZK WALLACE, MR. BBODVHAM,
MR. WALOOT, MR. DTOTT,
MRP. IIORY,
MM. TERNON, MISS GANNON,
MRR WALOOT. M188 MO rant,
Dt TBB1K SUll
voxviJiu vnABdiviaJw,
AIDKD IT
MB m*?, MB LEVKRR MR. PAR8V0M, to AS
RfKRY MIGHT
n tut
ROMANCI
i or A
POOR TOO NO MAN.
M? free n-tmt?t-n except the pre**.
Boi heofc *p*b tw* week* ta *4tum.
WIBTKR OARBRN.
" Tk* return of tk*
COMIC MU8B
keRAj lltfllVw k.
BKP1NRD AND CR0WD1D AUDTENOBS.
wftk karat* of laughter and delight While other theatre* offer
peat attrmetlor? ef the more solemn and cessation aehooi. the
mrdea has become the home of
MIRTH AND OATMTT,
where, In the oharmlng extravagancies of
MR*. JOHN WOOD.
MR. JOSEPH JEFFERSON,
and a company unequalled for their ability In tMe charaeter ef
performance, may be found a rennet of merrlmtnl and vehement
jollity, presided over by come of the brightest and moat
sealal spirits on the stage.
MRS. JOPN WOOTV MB. JOSEPH JEFFERSON,
MR ORORctB HOLLAND, MRP. W. S BLAKR,
MR A. U 1)A VKN PORT, MR. T. B. JOHNSTON,
MR HARKT PEARSON MRS. J. H. ALLEN,
MR J. 11. STOOD ART.
isMgtrttut company of the Oar den ta
* MUSICAL EXTRAVAGANZA,
A3ID
BUBLB8Q7B.
4 ivKHT maws.
R.VKRY NIGHT.
TO-NIGHT, TUESDAY. THK 28TH,
Wat be presented the two act comedy received en it* prodaeHon.
Wednesday night with
SHOUTS OK LAUGHTER,
KxHUed
THE GOVERNOR'S WIFE,
with Ike following cast:?
The Governor, Mr. J. H. Ptoddart; Hlekorv 31mm t, Mr J offer
nee; Captain Holystone. Mr. Pearson; Trevor, Mr. Davenoert;
Neb Mr. Harmon: Mire Hnmerdown, Mra. J. It. Allen; Letty
t Briers. Mrs. Jcba Wood, with songs and dances.
Alter which the Musical Extravaganza of
JENNY LINII,
Is which Mrs. JOHN WOOD will rive her celebrated
OPERATIC IMITATIONS.
Grantor flag Mr. Jofleph Jefferson
h had been the intectlon of the menace moot to produce the
**}?st Kditlon of Ivauboe ' positively on Monday night; but the
enthusiastic pleasure afforded bv the
TWO GREAT COMIC PIECES,
THK GOVERNOR'S WIFE
amd
JENNY UND,
makes It impossible to remove theat at present from the bills.
New bowery theatre.
Solo Pre* to-i . Messrs. G. L. Fox and J. W. Ltaigard.
Mo.vuav. Feb 27, 186(1.
Pngagemezt for six nigb.. only or the great Ajaerican aetor,
MR NEaFIR,
tor the prclaotion of an entire new play, bj H. |J. Conway,
Ee*., entitled
WICOM1KET:
oa, Thc IntiAM's Cures.
Few scenery, dresses sod wonderful effects.
In adddltiun to which, the musical extravaganza of
THE FROLIC
OF THE FABIBa
Bfcyant's minstrel*.
Mechan.cs' Hall, 471 Broadway, above Grand street
I Vendav. Februarv !7 and everv night dnrinc the week, Dan
BHVany in his orirnal Mtrs Iraippl Fling, Tin pano-nlon,
Mao D*J Larrall's Qenibrook Reel, Ac.
HL'KLMKCR OK JACK CADE.
Jerry and I>sn BrragRla their Inimitable challenge Danes.
Doors open at 6i?. (TBlfiu rises at 7)4- TlakeU 26 oestt.
' il8,8* Hit,'TY PAHREN' n
1 MTRS KATKREIGNOLOS,
. Universally acknowledged to be one of the moat torillant
" fVnieelei.ass and charming Mussel Bnrleeqe Aetresaee on the
tape, to about making a tear of tho Called States before tar
r departure for Kb gland.
bullae*, eommunioationa to toe addressed
H. & GREEN,
Treesurar St Louis theatre,
BtLoata
BIYANT'8 MTN3TREUS.
Mechanics1 Hall, 472 Broadway
Crowded bouses, unparalleled success of
/ DAN BRYANT'S
Greet original Plantation Danes,
Miss Isaippl Fling every night
arivinaiT. TflUTt*
IN CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Tkt* ttuwtre la the moat eammodlon* and eomfBrtable theein
te th? W?*l. and ha* bean constructed with view la pwftM
a/rij. the dm* elrele yid parquelte are on a level with the
trail, and Iter* la oa either aide an epea lot tor free vwdRaHon
i-tara and tutors will pleaaa take sotlae thai the pre
prtatcr la epen for engagements fer the enaulu eeeeue. A1
cotamuniantkma te be nddnwaed te JOHN BATS, PraprMae.
Mason and thomas-classiae soirkbs.
. CHICK IRINO'8 OONCSRT room, 604 broadway.
FIRST CLASSICAL BOIKRB.
SATUKD.iY RVRNIMO, MARCH 8, 180a
SIUNOH 8TIUELLI
haa. en thla occasion, kindly consented to appear.
, MESSRS. W. MASON, THKO. THOMAS,
CASE BKRCMANN, T, MOSTCNTHAE and O. MATSKA.
Snb*er1ptlon* for the eerie* of fonr Soiree* will be received
at Meaera. i hicktring A Son'a Mr. C. Brenalng's, and Mean
Fcharfenburg A Lulu'* music storea.
I'M Subscription Ticket to the four Soiree* S3
Three $7 Single Tiekei $1
/crawford's STATUS "DANCING JENNY."
ARRORLINrS "EVE."
Miae LOO ISA LANDERS " "EVANGELINE."
"BUST OF HAWTHORN*."
BARBKITS " "FI8HBR GIRL."
AKKR'S " "DEAD PRARL DIVER."
DU80ELDGRF OaEEKRY,
048 Broadway.
Academy of musio.-to tot public.
A Benefit Perforraaeee est an tmraeeae aeale, which win
belode all the available operatic, dramatic aad aaoaleal talent
ef the ebv, will he given at the Academy of Made darlag the
brat waek in March.
. The benefit to In aid of the widow of ene of the principal
artnta ef the Aeadcmy of Mad*, who died very eaddeolv
while la the settee discharge of Ma duties, aad left fear ahlfdrea
ef TOry tender yearn
HATTI MIN8TRFE8?AT ONPKBDONK'S hall, 400
Grand street, near CUnion.
Proprietor *. I^toeaa
Manager * O. Parker
The poblie arc respectfully informed that the above hall will
he open on Monday evening, Feb. XJ, and every evealng until
fnrtner notice, with a fnU Company of first elaas Artist*, who
will appear in new bongs, Danoea, Ac. Doom op an at 0 90, te
eomnwneeet 7 JO p'udeMy. _
s Tkaek* y. Meenie
XV HITLOCK'8
D PSKR OALLRRT
nv mi. *i tvttho*
3S~6aw'a'i7 Street.
Waited?for a hew aed large ooeoert
saloon whieb wtll shortly open, attractive lint almas performers
of avery kind; alao, twelve young It (tine to wilt eo
labie. Apply between the heart of 3 tad S wt the box offloe of
the Es tfonal Theatre.
NIBLO'B GARDEN.
Kngagemeet & Mr. end Mr* BAREST WILLIAMS,
the orlgtnal I rub Hoy and Yankee OlrL
On Honda} evening. Marsh 5. Ilia. Barney Williams will
appear In a new Comely by Oharee WaJeott Kaq.. entitled
"faiteiiee and Per re- eranee'?Era Barney WUltama In two
characters, w Itb sany*. "V
Mrs Barney Wiuiamt wBl alao appear In ber wonderful
performance of "An Hour In Seville,' In which the will per
' eonale ten cbaraewra. with an pert cwtnmee. Several novel
Baa are In preparation, and will be produoed immediately.
MRS. HARRIET HOLMAN'B
OOMPLTMEETART OOEOERT,
At riope Chapel 720 Broadway, Tfcu?adav evening, March 1
Many of Mre Ualman a beat Pupllt
Tie Oilman family (Mr and Mre. Kolman) la their
I ARt.oK COSTUM* EETERTallOfKftT
Monologue. Dialogue, M otic. Mlrlh aed Morality.
Tickets 2? cema; Reserve Seats 10 cents.
To begin at 8 r'dock.
ylBLO'S OARniCE.
COOKS'" ROY*I. AMPHITHEATRE.
Mr. JAM** KOHTESOE respectfully announoee to the pubtte
of Eew York that Me drat benefit In America la appointed
for M cdnesday evening next, February S.
I nyRRR EXfl'R.TION OfOn. PAIETIEOS ?IE COESB
F nMuacc of dissolution of partnership, a very tins oolieotioa
efOil P^iJlloca, richly'framed, will ba * Id at private sale
' cniy lot a lex d*>a. Apply at 13 Lonjy place, dieecker
strict, re A' Greene
"a r 1 HI < IS OAR OK '.?NOTICE.
IN lAd.es aed gentlemen enraynl to appear *1 .Vlhlo'a Garden
with Mr t?! Hi' Raioey Williams nextwek will please
aaaridhle In lb* green CMS M the tbeatra on TBoraday mrmV
'i, Var.A 1, hi ii ?';? ,'k. i AXX0 JL ff Jr.'#.
E NE
MORNIN
IHUSlMirTg.
"KTIHLO'8 UiElikN
Il IBI.OB (iAIUKN.
MHLOB O ? KDEN.
mblo'b oahdkn.
OOOI r'S ROYaL amphitheatre,
cook 1*8 boy AT. AMPHITHEATRE,
COOKB'8 ROYAL AMPHITHEATRE.
OOOKB'8 ROYAL AMPHITHEATRE,
LAST NIGHT BOT FIVE,
LAST ND1HT ROT FIVR,
LAST NiUHT BUT FIVE.
laht niout but five.
Free la us to the oomsuj'i tppwrtace at the
BOSTON ACaDEMY OF MUSIC.
"TUESDAY BVKNINU, Fab. 28, will bo represented the <
v&lrlc pageant of the
field of th* cr/rre of cold.
With all ita magnificent appointments, splendid proaaaai >
gorgeous armors costnmre,
CRAIU) COMBATS, TOURNAMENTS,
And other chlvalrUs Sports.
After which Bcrsatnanabip b? lbs wnrli.challenger,
JAMIC8 ROBINSON.
ELLA ZOYARA.
FRA18 BY THE HANLON BROTI1E1
Ta conclude * ith the
MERRY SPORTS OF OLD ENGLAND.
On Wednesday oenlng- Flrit be no It In Amcriaaof
Mr. J A If KM ROBINSON
Afternoon Performances on Wednesday and Hatuidar.
Botes, SO cents; OrchestraChatra $1; Private Boies, >6 and
Laura keene's theatre.
aura irene's THRATitE.
laura keknk's theatre.
Laura keener tukatrc.
Laura krbnx's theatre
la it nish
last niom
LAHT Nltlll
LAST NIC H
LAST MIUU
beautiful scottish drama.
dion rourcicault,
Entitled
JRANIK DEANS,
JRAN1R DEANS,
JEANJK DRANB,
jkanik deans,
JRANIK DEaNB,
or ma
heart of mid lothian,
Which has already been wuaeaaed by mora thaa
ONE HUNDRED AND NINE
ONE HUNDRED AND NINE
ONE HUNDRED AND NINE
THOUSAND PKOPt
THOUSAND PaUi'L
It will be repeated
DUEING THE PRESENT WEEK ONLY,
DURINO THE PRESENT WEEK ONLY,
DURINC THE PititMKNT WEEK ONLY,
DURINO THE PRESENT WEEK ONLY,
DURING THE PRESENT WEEK ONLY,
Being the
Forty fearth, Forty flflh.
Forty-fourth, Forty fifth.
Forty fourth. Forty-Of
Forty sixth. Fortyaeveulh, Forty-eighth,
Forty alxth. Forty -seventh. Forty eighth.
Forty-sixth, Forty seventh. Forty eighth
MIGHTS
or its
triumphant career.
triumph nt Carrkb.
triumphant career.
MISS LAURA RRRNB
as
KKFIK DEANS.
MISS AGNES ROBERTSON
JEANIE DRANK
Supported by the foils whig powerful cast:?
Miss Maearthr M Madge Wfldf
Miss Mary Wei's as Meg Murdaoha
Mis Mart Hrnkli aa .. QSeanCalSj
Mr. Mart Smith as the. Dote of Argi
Mr. Charles Piaker as Band Dee
Mr. J. G. Baraelt as Retell
Mr. H. P. Daly as Oeordle Roberts
Mr Lesson as the. Lnird of DumhledA
Mr. Lerirk as Reuben Rot)
Mr. C. Peters aa ArnhSba
Mr. Henrr as the Lsrd af Jest sis
Mr. C. Wbeatlelgb as the Ceunsel for the Cms
Mr. IIton I'oarelranH as the. Counsel for Pefeo
Among the principal arena depleted In this beautiful Oras
GRORliiK'B R8CAPI.
THE INTERVIEW RKTWREN THE SISTERS.
TBE MEETING ON 84LI8BURY C&aUSL
THR ARREST OP KFPIR.
KPT IK IN PRISON.
JEANIE'8 SYMPATHY.
the sister's 8truggl
thr trial of kppir deans.
JE*NIK'S JOURNEY TO LONDO
HRK NEKlIftO WIIH ARGYLK.
JEANIE BKPORK THE QUEEN
THE RISING OP TBE POPULACE.
THE ATT AO
THE DESTRUCTION OP THE TOLBOOTM.
tf PIE'S RESCUE.
j ramie's arrival.
THE PAR DO
THE NEW OVERTURE talghtlr eneorad) and deecriptl
music arranged exnretaO fur the ulese b?
MR THOMAS JIaKEH.
Deorsopes at half past six.
Performanees eouiraenoe at half past aeren.
The play lermltetee at a qua Her mat ten. Drees Circle Se
ma; be reeo'ed one week In advance. I!a!;ony chain 75cep
Sola ream, M eenta.
fleorge CHRISTY'S MINSTRELS,
NTBIO'B 8AT/)ON.
HO08EP cKownicn
WITH Tan KliTTiC OF OUR CITY.
OEO. CHRISTY In fnorln tbirwifni every evcutnr.
SKO. CHRISTY'S oeleUraU-'l < 'orotc Pfeco of the
MUMMY.
Received rightly with the mow d?*realnr shouts of laughter
Tuiku Wine ?lte engainreni, at gr,-.a riper as, of iho
AFRICAN UlANT, HK. /.'?YARA.
GEO. CHRIETY in his gr#*t rh*ract?r of
UlNOKK SLUR, with So. r*.
Croat success of
MR. W. ARLINGTON,
hi hii celebrated Ortctra)
LOUISA ANNA FLING,
aa first performed by bim in thli city
MR. GCSTaVK BIIIaUX Id the greatBuifo Scenaof
larqoial factotum.
from the "Rsrber of Seville."
MR. F. WILl.MARTH in wrm.i if * Ballads.
MR LEWIS in new and elegant Korea.
WITH THE ENTIRE COMPANY IN NEW AND 8PRCI!
FUNNY ACTS.
Poor* open at 6:30; to commence at 7 TO. Tickets 23 cents.
Franklin museum, u; grand street, one doc
from Broadway.
18 OPEN FOR THE SEASON.
Crowded bonsea testify to the beaub'ul pictures of the
MODEL ARTISTIM,
Composed of some of the finest formed women !a the w-ori
The entire troupe, const*tin a of
TWENTY-FIVE YOUNG LADIES,
will appear at each performance. Remember
two performances daily,
commencing at 3 In the afternoon and 8 in the evening.
Orobeetra seats SO cents; Boxes 26cents, Private boxes SI;
seats on the Stage $3.
IMPORTANT NOTICE.
The afternoon performances always oe Deluded by half pr
4, thereby enabling all who slab to leave the city ample
to reach the different steamboats aid ear*.
Broadway boudoir.
444 Broadway, between Grand and Canal streets.
Manageress M s. C. Hiwn
Stage Manager ?am Mr. H. Wat*
Musical Director Mr. R. lehh;
THIS BIAWIFUL PARLOR TiTBATRE,
Dedicated In
MUBIC, MIRTH AND SONG.
Offers sa delightful an erening'e entertainment aa can
found In the city. A tale tied company of dramatic a.ua
nightly appear In the thrilling seo-atlon
DRAMA OF THE OLD DOMINION,
In whleh the ornate element strongly predominates
Second performance of Mr. H. Watklna' popular play, fotn
ed on the brilliant Ledger romaooe of
THR HIDDEN HAND.
An entirely new dramatic version of one of the most popul
nod widely read stories ever publish ad.
Arshy, a New York Newsboy, with aong, "Flag
of onr Union" Mrs. 0. How*
uspuoia Mines, wiu new song, nmmngon u>e
My Mr*. C. Him
Capitols Le Noir, with aoena, "InvEaUon to the
Ball" Mr* 0 How*
Wool, Cap' Major Dummy Vr. H. Watkt
Black Donald Mr. J. K. Mac
Old Borrioaae Mr. W Kdwap
Plttipat Mia* Kate Stnglek
Doreaa Knight Mlet .1. Wo
Clara Day Mis* 0. Walls
For fnl particulars aee anal bill*.
Admiaatnn to all parta of the houae 26c.
Front aeata reserved for ladies. Private boxes van be i
cured.
German volkb oardbn, is bowbry.?vooj
and Instrumental Concert, Grand Ballet. Admission (
only for each person,
-1T1B8 PATTrB LAST NIGHT ON WEDNESDAY* 1
M "MARTHA."
The public are respectfully Informed that the contract f
Mlaa rATTI'8 appearance In Ixmdon In Opera has been r
cetved per Iuropa. Mia* PaTTI will, therefore, only ante
on WEDNESDAY ta "MARTHA" for the laat time, and i
SATURDAY In a
GRAND PATTT FABRWELL MATINRE.
For which the meat extensive preparations are boing mad
which will make the Farewell of Patti ?u per lor In attract toria
any other Matinee siren thia season.
A dm Ira Ion $L No reaerred seals. Door* open at 11
A groat crowd being expected, ladies are particularly r
quested to bny tbelr ticket* la advance. Thar may be had
all the principal ticket offlfcea, principal muaioatorea and bote
and In Brooklyn at Prax'a A Rose's
The company will appear In Philadelphia en Mooda
Match 6.
Yam amburqh a oo.w mebaobbib.
Palace Gardens, every Morntog. Afternoen and Eventa
LARGEST OOUSOTION OF ANIMALS IN THi WORL
Rbphaata, Ucms, Tigers, I-eopnrds. Pumas, Bean, Hyena
Ctvsu, Wotvss, flaaradOowa, iebraa, lamas GaMloh, Zabi
Ichseumona, Ooona, Pecama, a masters, Pawers, Macaw
Parrots. Mexican Dogs. Pheasants, Oondore, Tultnrsa, dqal
rels. Rah Mrs tinea Pigs, a pea. Monkey*, Baboon*. Dova
Rattlaanakaa, Mnak Deer* Egyptian Weasels, beatdea raai
other rare, various and Intel eating Animals. Performli
Ponies, Monkey*, Mules, Elephants/IAma Tlgsra and Um
arts. _____
Pike's OPXRA HOUSE.
Pcwona having aommnnloaMo? to make en bualnemeo
nested wEhiheOam a Hones will plmaa address the prnpn
?r. Nam net M. pfi. CtnahmaM, Qhls.
MBS ELLEM BBT BLURT HAS THE HONOB TO A1
Donate that she will give a Beading Area* the poets,
Hope Chapel, en Tuesday evening, Feb ?. oommsnetng a
c clock. ftckeOJO oents each. can be obtained at Mr. Cro
en's bookstore, CM Broadway, and at the door.
VTIW yobkbb STADT THEATRE, 57-39 BOWERY.
XI Twelfth night of
dte MAHCHIANBACER.
Comedy. wKh Bong* and Daneee, by WeOtrauth.
TS5 OR*AT AMERICAN CO*
dian and most versatile actor of the age, la now perfon
kg at th, Walnut a're*H theatre, Philadelphia. Alloommunk
t Ion* to te addreattd as above for two weeks.
HENRY WILLARD, Agent.
nr.ANTRD-DANCERS. BIN0BR8 AND NEGRO DEI
V> nea.-ir*. TaVnied performers will 8nd a good engas
it'l l by applying at HUcbeoek'a National Concert Bail, No. 1
bv" Du-ccf. esc fov* imi Jirfn,
W YC
G EDITION-TUESDAY, EE,
amvrkihk uts.
oarnl'm^ amkrican wuskom.
ii tilkimv ?bit te loan
Can now be aeon iMtra aa extraordinary living ereaten, jnarrived
from the ndds of Africa.
WHAT IS ITT
la it a lower order of MAN t
Oris It a higher derelopenuinl of the MONK IT?
Or la it boil in oomblnauon ?
I Bathing ef the kind
HAH KVEH BBRN HKRN BRFORB !
It la alire 1 And it la v tainly the
MO*T H RVEJ.LOUH ORBATCRI UVINO I
The Sunday Tirana aare of U:?
11 la an animal which would aeem toeupply the link auppoaed
hi t by pht'oaoplicra to etui between the h aien r.toe and bruloa.
In the Spectator, Addlaoo baa one of hla flaoal paoeri
| en thla subject, showing bow all the specie# of (lib
a, fowl, ard bean are connected by '.hika?sa, for laatwew.
Ilih and fowl by the flying il*h; flub and auhuala by the
' warm bfl od whale, which suafc 'ealta young like a oow: and ?
tbroi . br ut the whole racte of animated natire. The ocv
curKaiti juat added b> the Museum alooh aeema to aoap'y lb"
real lit k between the man and Ihe. monkey. The specimen s:
the Muieuni was f iimd In the Inter tor of Afrlna?a land ?)'
IS full of unknown t\oud?.ra?and by good fortune gitalive to tb>
or nrtry. It la monkey all but the face, and that la purely
ha. an To appreciate h' oddity of the animal It mi lit be tie.,
aort wr eipeet will be by all who are curious In the freax* of
nature.
eiao, joat arrived, a huge and lavage Bt.a-'K PR A LION,
J8 entirely different from anything eeer exhibited here before
_ Alan, a (?h IZ/I.T BRA weighing T.IIUO pounds.
I he mansgnuml. gratukd at the miooeaa of their enterprise,
anaoonce for repetition,
llllrt KVKNTNO AT O'CLOCK,
that surpassingly popular, touching, amusing nod beautiful picture
of Souther n life.
n, BourtciOAiu.ra famous Oittoroon,
a To flee ac'a, and a multitude of tableaux from the author's
th copy, new Scenery, new Moaio, new Dresses new Effects.
to Presented bv the entire
TO DRAMATIC GKNIU8 OF THR COMPANY.
This afternoon atS. the drama of THR DUMB SAVOYARD
AND Ills MON'KKV After which, the aLI'INR MAIti.
The "WHAT IS IT 1" may he aeen at all rdtnarv boon-,
at well aa the Wax Sta'.ne of John Brown, living Habv Art
r-rt.daa and euorraoua herprnta, living Kangaroos, Seals, Ac ,
beautiful Aiptari
Admittance, 23 cent*. Children, 13 oeuta. ParqoeMe, 111
cent* extra.
MISS FATTl'S LAST NlriHT ON WEDNESDAY IN
"MtRTUA."
The public are respectfully informed that the contract fir
MVa PATTI'H auDcaranoe lu laindon In Onera.hu been re
eetved per K'iroiii. Mian PATH will, therefore, ouly aopeitr
on WEDNRSDAT in "martha 'for the !nt time, nod oa
saturday inn
a grand patti farewell matinee,
, g F or which the oval extepaicn preparation* are helag made
which will mate ice farewell of Paul auperlnr In attractions t >
isj other Matinee given thia aeaeon.
Admitalun $1. No renei-ved icaia. Dooraouen at IX
A real crowd bring expected, ladle* are particularly rr
i|n>ttr<l to buy their licketa In advance. They ma; be had at
all the t rineloal ticket ofllcea principal moalcatorea and botcla,
ar.d In Brooklyn at Prox'a A Roae'a
He company will appear In Philadelphia on Monday,
March A.
Ut
_ MTTFUCAX,.
A MAGNIFICENTLY (IARVKD ROSEWOOD PIANO
tnrte, which oral f *J0 (our months tinea. will be diaiioaC'l
ol for leaa than baf ila value. If purchased Immediately; It li
erven uUuy, apiendid terpentine eaea. elegantly carved, and
Inlaid with near), beautiful nearl key*, nvaratrung base.
French grand action, .to. Can be seen at IS avenue B, near
Ninth acreet.
Anew instrument.
TKIOI.ODRON WaRSROOMS, (18 BmunwxT,
VAN OKCKM.KN A DUCKKR, Patentee*.
Mivkeu laatimnnlala of
THALBifKi; AND VIRUXTIMPR
i-i rge Silver MediL
lit . ? ?
2 A SPLENDID RIVEN OCTAVE ROSEWOOD PIANO
2 A forte for aale, ata baiwaia; ileh tone, mafnlflceot nerved
2? ere, best city makers. with written warrantee; nearly new,
S k looted wiU> ?w at ?are and la a ?e?; ooatalna erary modera
* !n I'mrerf art; can be folly tented. Apply Ull Thursdays!
" bo, so Cltni.in jilaee. Eighth street. eorner of Oreeoe street,
fri id eight A. M. till five P. M. Price $226; an object made for
Jf CeU h?
5 T MAONIFICBNT TOlflD BMVRN OCTAVE DOUBLE
m A rosewood Pianoforte, haa full Iron frame, oreratrun*
2 ba?a rlcblj carved eaee, Ac., ecet WOO. will be sold at lees than
half price for caah. A pply at the reeldenoe, Mo. 67 kUodouga
atreet, between Bleeder and Houatoa.
(,H,7XFKIHO~A PONS, *
GRAND, SQUARE AMD UPRIGHT PIAEOB.
Wararooma 694 Hroadway.
n O. A SONS have been awarded ? prlae medals for the eeperlarky
of their manufacture for the neat 3d yearn.
m Ajao for
KARON A HAMLIN'S 8UPEEIOR
IBLODBONS AND HARMONIUMS,
Per par lore, ehnrehea, veatriea and Uxlfee,
r v At wholesale aad retail.
* PIANOS TO RSNT.
Depot op thn Alexandre organ
RBMOVAi) TO 203 BROADWAY,
tea ALKX* NOHK ORGAN,
(Patented In the United fltatea May S, 18W,
p or drawtaf rooms. ehnrcuea, ahapela and eehools.
iolk medal or
5,, Thla wagnHoent instrument, which the hrttllaat perfor
lU v!lan'/vA. TnALRERO, _ Mile. WEI.LTB,
tare rendered ?a popular in America at la Europe, haa been
ndepwd fir thn rrealest artists of both eonknente?
OOTTBt 1IALK, U8ZT, ROSSINI, MnYKRMKKR, *0.. Ac.
Prima at ihe det?>t:
*4P. tat. tier, Jin?, waa. $*?. i*>i $m WMfR
A dewTlLAlve circular tent to any artdrcaa anapplloatlan to
BERNARD A rABRRurRTT8y. Jr. J08 Broadway
Import*ra of Lueaon Aooordoona, Vin.lna, Violin Btrtaga. Ac
F"0U 8ALK-A SEVEN OCTAVE PIANO, ROSEWOOD,
round cornered, Bnirhed front nud back, oont $600; will be
aold at a btvrfain. Apply at U4 Weat Thirty fourth streot,__
F~CR-RAI.E-?EVFRAL BKrOVl) HAND ROSEWOOD
Piano* at * b?ri?,Uo; ore fluinhed fill around, pearl keyn,
at 1276: corn fli* i; one Rt $7 '5, $ 25. ?ed one at $106, all in
rood order. Pmnca on hire, atHJNDKMAN A BON8, 636
Broadway. j
JOB. B. I. BM. I
Manufacturer of
THE _OTRK. HTRUNO I
UKANll AWit uyL'AKK TIAWUFUKTBH,
Lt, Ma> ufactury ai?I warsroocae,
Noa. 7# ? 86 1W Thirteenth afreet.
Near Tiroadwiy, New Tor*. '
_ Putbuvi may rely upon i>e?? Instruments. They era ,
wirnukd for Ave year*, and the price* moderate.
MlK8 OARLOTTA PATTI, SISTER 01 MI&SADALINA j
r?Ui, reepectfnllT"luIorm? me public that Applle.it! m f>r
Imiodi on Piano and rtfrglny must lie made at 3 _i >Y?st T wan
Id. tJ ,eci?nd ?tte?i, and not at the Academy of Music.
WAN1RD-BY AN KXPKBIKN'CED AND COMPETENT
conductor, the charge of a choral or quart* te choir, in
this city or Brooklyn Any Evangelical church may uldreea
M A. Y., hoi 144 Poet o lice.
* ~~ ilystrtjctiojrr
A YOCNQ AMKR1CAN GENTLEMAN WIPHRS TO
uo A hate a thorough eourae of the English grammar; would
hare no objection to boarding In the aamo bouse with his lu
? alructor. Address, stating term*, Yates, box 104 Herald office.
. AT $6?BUSINESS WE1TTNO. DOLBEAR'8 SYSTEM
l"* A of' band training," 609 Broadway, will remove atid'ueu
i* or trembling from any hand and make setter business penmeu
""t in ten lessons than the old eystem will do in ten mouths. Two
U easta vacant, at 4 o'clock P. IL
. A T $1 E0 FOR SIXTEEN WRITING LESSONS -BOOK
A keeping, Arithmetic, Ac., at reduced prteee, at 62 Bowery
" and 783 Fulton atreei, Brooklyn. From Oerernor S King ?
My tons and daughters attended Colanel Paine'* academy to
my entire satl*(actl<m. Ill* pine of instruction I* systematic
. and expeditious.
Dramatic instruction? private pupils kk
eeived by a Aral class actor and rendered competent for
? the Aral roles on the Mage. Addrcee Manager, Uiaoa square
Foal cBce. New Yarfc.
rd TMPOBTANT TO ALL WISIIINQ INSTRUCTION IN
1 English, classics, mathematics or French, at home, by an
experienced teacher, speaking French flnently, graduate of
nl Yale College. Address Ralph Dayton, 170 Blaeckar street, or
? cell at 1 o'clock P. M.
d? VI" AS SB'S OOUNTINO ROOM! FOB PR ACTION AND
ja M IaetrneStm to Baekkeeetag sad itwkiii AAhra, S4S
>1 , Bread way, Apwietoa'a BaAdteg For sale, Marehfs oeaaplett
st j and boauyalwsrta, sew sdaioaa. prtatedfa eetoe. A dap ted
?- atational teachers' institdte, 535 broad
i.N way.?Teeehere and pupils wanted tor favorable open
? tngs In the different Stiles. Competent teachers of all branches,
T. ran be obtained. Educational oorreenondenla wanted In overv
Ic. asettaoftha Baton. KICK A ANDREWS.
mEACHER WANTED-IMMEDIATELY. FOB A SCHOOL;
? 1 a male teacher competent for the IngUsh branches, oorapo
Moss, arithmetic, Ac ; a good disciplinarian Apply at Urn
cottage bouse corner of Twectythird street and Nliubeveuue,
% frnnSK to5>* P.*.
?r TH* MIlilTlKT.
FOIi. SALE-tlBKAi', AN EIGHTH REGIMENT ONI
form * ru<?t new; prioe thirty duliara. Call at 161 Soto
Tenth sveuue. any ume ueiore 7 i'. M.
VfOTICTK-THE VETERANS OF THE WAB OF 1811,
*' At also the poor Widows of Veterans, as well aa the wealthy.
al ' will eali at the Bounty l*and Uffloe, and have their claims
ra-de for the one of clothing and equipments worn out id list
In the srsr of 1813. lKis. 1814. the time being extended to
" March i-fiO, at No. 4 City 11*.] plane, next te the ooroer of
Chaatbi r* street. CoL II. RAYMOND, Agent.
? ""
J ni. BARROW, igt BIjKKCKKBSTREET, FOFR DOOM
" IJ below Mardongal, New York. Ilouralof oonsuitatliu
_ from 11 tul 2 and from 4 bll 8.
5 -
Z TEE. LINGUIST, THE EUROPEAN PHYSICIAN AND
JJ Btu|t?on Is oonstilted at No 71 Crisby street, oirne. of
.1 spring. to 9 P. M. Sunday from 9 to 11 A. M. Oouaultatloo
J* nod^adjrtce frea.
_ -piB. OOBBETT, NO 19 DUANE BTEWtT, NAMBER OF
I) the New York I'nlvsrwtr Medina] College, ssay be ooe
a to ted at his old wtslihshed ottce, from 8X a. M., to 8 P. M.
* T\* WARD, OFFICE NO. 483 BROADWAY, NEXT
_ J J Wallae* e ib?stre. mp stairs, can be eonsulted dally from
I 7 in the morning till 10 In the evening.
,^a rvA COOPER, 14 DUANE STREET. MAY BE PON
_ J J su ted dstly from 8 la the snorulng caul 8^ in the even/
leg Sundays creep ted.
DE. WARP, NO. 183 BROADWAY, NEXT WaLL ACS .1
Then?e, up rlalrs cso be eonsulted d*i|y, from 7 In the
tnoralog till ten in 'he etealDg.
psE. WA fPON MAY BE CONSULTED AT HTS RiTBIg.
?J dence, 469 Broome rV-'-V ??-o>nd block weetof Br wdm
way, irotn a St ihe saeraing tUi 0 at night.
pvR. RALPH'S OFFICER, CORWFR <)w '?orrrn.w AND
U Crosby streets <139 Crtaby). Hours, 101* .? Z and tl to 9.
? Sundays excepted.
? OA RIB AND WINDOW JUDICAL OK'H ihj OF I'll
JL UMRMCNT, 6H BAO*dw?T. up -It.'-* 1 H.?b,u-? ' 1
|A,x.kcr. -V7. yr w4 ; *; r. a.
UK E
311U AltY 28, I860.?TRIP!
HOCBKH, ROOMS, dtC., TO MCT.
ALABOB BOCK WITH BTBAH fOWBB, TO IJTi
MT?nl mil roans; two Urn baasm#ut< In c.ownnvf
Ual4 afcraan. wttb |?o* Sr. Also two floor* at 1U fulton. 26 by
18 feat; famr mm at ky 3D faat PoaaaaoWa UnmvdUialy.
wwuigkiedwdlow rnk. Apply to a. TbKMjTaN,81 uU
AliKOl HfiMWT TO IJtT?OH TBI MORTH
west earner of HUvh i??nu?ud Twenty ?1 Stroot, U
29 by 00; lo a good eland far i b Word or oyntor enidou, o.* any
kind of bunuieen For uartieulkty Inqilrn an the prtmWea.
Con bore pcoMmlon Immediately,
A* KLROANT FLOOR, O* NttprriNG OF FIT!
Rooma, with privilege of both r-xxn. to lot, to U>o flrot
clue throe otory hl^h etnop Hou*e Ztl Boot twenty-eighth
itreol, nnor Hlnth avenue. Du flrttiree complete in erery
room, end pOMMclcs Immediately. So laoTlng la Mo*. Inquire
of O. J. oLARRlt. no th i premio 4
ANEW BROWN STuNK HODt U f(> IJtT AND FURNltore
for oolo. uxor Fo'irite->ih'>u*?t ani Kllth avenue;
four a'or loo, hirh Kwrnml. In now Into order; farwt"iw uxor
ly new, poeaei- on AmIII If deairvd. mAMOKL, BREMA.N A
(At., No. 1/78 H'ihl.1 *??. DIN I'-'.K. U?d)lSN A 00.,
No. 9 Noaaeu etreet.
A PLEASANT TTOUR CAN <K FAXeSD BY STOPPING
at the Motroi-olHoa Btii'ord t-aleon. <W Brood way. o?xt
to LonroKeono'a theatre, where UMroln term new marble
bed inblee, at 12 reela per tame; ptn and 1A ball pool, day and
night. RRBHTC k BURNS.
BRNMMAN BTBMT.-TO I.FASR, STORE, RAHKMRNT
and Collar, of No. M l.eekman atroet; capital looaltoo
fur drag, hardware or pam r bualneea; nko Store, Raeemeet
and Collar of lb Spruce atroet. auHabl* for leather or athv
bualncee. Apply to J A BBS PRIOR, 2U0 Hudoon Mtwot.
Broadway nvi to v?t-on tub firnt lofts
of the buli. .1(0 AS?M ?* ; V.eodwar. and do* above
R'eeekor otreet; au'eo Hoonaa on toe VwJV Wpyly at Wt
Broadway.
COTTaGBS It) I JIT, ON STATIN 181.AND-TWO
very pleenant Cottages at Cilfton; one about A minutes',
and the other alxuii 1A bIduIm' walk from VanderbUt'a feiry.
Apply to HaNIKl. LOW, 17 Broadway.
FURNISHED HOUSHTTO LIT TO A PRITATI FAMILY?
TheHowee No. A3 lent Fonrtoontb atroet, between UnlrerMtfplaee
and Fifth avenue. It la nempletnly and haudeomely
farnlihed, eon taint all the modern eonrenloneen. and la la perfect
order. Apply on the oremlsea. from 1 to A o'clock.
Factory to bi l*t-in nbw dttrham, n. j ?
U mttea frona Hoboken ferry, oaorenlont to the Hook
inrarlt plonk road and the New Durham atadoa of the Nxrtbana
ulnM of Nsw Jersey; four lota .if grouad, with main bniM
lag. 3 atartes, ? foot by SO, and bttak aagtns room. IS foot by
33; of 20 horse power and la eomplate order. Thee*
trmlin are well losatsd, and well adapted to almost any
ampefaatartoi baalaeaa Terma easy, apply ?n HitNaT
TON ULAHN,New lim-ham, or to JOHN WHITE, Jr., Seal
state Agent, No. 101 Washington rtreet, lloboken.
Hous* to lrt and ittrnitixrk fob sale?thr
desirable and pleasantly situated three story brisk honae
Mo. 1M West Twenty-aeaoudhatreet The house Is In perfect
aider, with ererr modem tnaprerement^ihe f iruttare la alt
ew, made to order, ami will be sold very low. Possession will
be adren at short notice. Apply to MuLSAN A LIMTZ. Me.
165 Balden lane.
HOUS1 AND STORK 556 EIGHTH AVKNUN, TO LRT?
From the 1st of March. Use been ooooiiledsea tailorlag
establish merit lor the last ten years. Inquire of 0. W.
DOBERTY, 113 West Forty-third street.
HOTKL TO ; JT?NO. 181 8AND8 8TBKKT, BROOKLYN,
containing thirty room*, water and gas I'xtnres; curs pass
the door every live minutes Possession Immediately. Also,
three bowling Alleys fur sale. Inquire of Mrs. THKTKORD,
130 Prospect street, Brook Ijn.
Loft to leasm-tr* light lofts to lkt, with
steam pewer If required, at low rent*. If applied for soaa.
Inquire at ICS Walkar street, corner of Centre street
OFFICES TO LKT?IN MARK LEVY'S NEW BANKING
House. 23 Liberty street: will be let on reasonable terms
to responsible tenants, also a Basement, suitable either for an
liiaitPEn/tai tlAllfu hp's op Env nlhstr nflliw Atlfklv EM uhrivkl
Restaurant to let?the proprietors of pat
tan's Hotel, corner of Warren sod Greenw eh stree's, Intend
connecting their dining room to the restaurant and offer It
to lease to responsible and capable person on favorable
terms. This Is an excellent chance. Apply as above.
Rare chance ?to let, from now until may i,
a beautiful three story brick House, with modern Im
provsments, on Islington avenue, for the nominal turn of $75
rent; sfter May $7,0W). KINSHTMER, 343 Fourth aveaue.
Rare chance.-to let-fourtbkn years ks
labltshed dry gncds store, Boa ICO and IG2 Third avenue,
with fixtures all complete. Fer particulars apply to T. J.
Hall, 71 East .Sixteenth street
STEAM POWER, WITH WELL LIGHTED ROOMS. (TWO
on the first floor), well adapted for stores or mechanloal
ru'ros'-s basements under the sunn. In a business street, uot
fhr from Rroadwsy' Apply to J. A O. H. W a LKKR, 1S2 Centre
street, corner of Hester.
STORK TO IJM?NO. 47 CEDAR STREET, AT A VERT
low rent Inquire of JOHN U. MORxtHLL. Esq., Ne.
129 Roosevelt street, earner of Front.
TO LET HOUSE >21 EUL1JTAN BTRERT. BETWEEN
B!e> cker and AmHy, containing all the modern Improve
smti, "rito gas sad flxtnres thronghont Tc a pood tenant tt
srffl be ? n moderate rent Inquire at H. AAOMSON'S, U
Day street '
rl LET- A NEW THREE STOBY HIOH STOOP HOUSE,
In Forty eighth street, between Sixth and Seventh srenura;
all the modern Improvements; rent $700. Also three story
brawn slots* front Houses, in Forty fifth street, between Y fth
end Sixth avenues; rent $1,000. Also four story brown stone
beat Houses, sear Fifth avenue. In Forty filth street; rent
$l,aoa ANDREW LR8TER A CO , ion Chambers street.
r LET?THE STORES. NOB. 100 FULTON AND M ANN
streets, running through the entire block. Inquire o
ALONZO SLOT R, with Tredwell k Co., 120 Fulton street.
TO LET-THREE BTORY IIOUSK NO. 190 GREENE
street, one dorr above hl'eck'r street, with all the mnderu
Improvements. Possession given Immediately. For terms In quire
ef WM. 8. COKWIN k CO., No. 689 Broadway.
TO LET?4X1RNKR BROADWAY AND WARREN
n?reet. a large Ofllee Room, second floor front, ou Broadway:
suitable for an Insurance company, for lawyers or other
ourpuese; possession Immediately. Apply lo ROUT. &A IT,
101 Broadway. ___________________
TO LET?THE COMMODIOUS AND PLKA8ANT TWO
story and attic brick dwelling House HOC Spring street, wast
?1 Sullivan street. Apply eu the premises, or of THOMAS
EA?l<rj, ufiwrrii ia muu u <? ? , m-i uivwiw?/.
TO LET?A SMALL TWO 8T0RY BRICK HOUSE, IK
good order. In the rear of lot '77 OMnton street, near
Grand, with a garden In front, estendmg to the street. Inquire
at 17B CltnWm street, from to 2 to 5 P. M. To be #e?n from 11
A. M. tot P. M.
TO LIT?THE UPPER PART OF NEW THREE RTORY
House No. 188 West Fortieth street, containing every o>n
veuience for housekeeping. Inquire on tiio premises.
TO LET-PART OF A THRKF BTOB1
coo Meting of four Rooms on r> hi do m u i - ,. .r, *
three Booms on third floor. Hon s !i?* ?..l ifce n.. Ia)
provementn. Apply on the premise i, 415 Fm:*tb sirs .. ri?.?
Second arenas.
r LET?WITH STEAM POW 'R, THREE LABOR
Booms, lOOxSfest, in new building, togstber with Ave
smaller ones; nil well lighted. No. SB HnuUlon street, 10U rnrds
rslk Mnrket street depot, Newark. N. J. Inquire at U.
MOULD A BON, No. 83 Piatt street, M. T.
r LET?THE HALF OF THB SLA UGH T EE OOUa>; AT
114 Wert Eighteenth street, near Beveatb arequa Inquire
sn the premises.
TO LET?A BBICK BUILDING 18 BT 78 FEET, FOUE
stories high, en the sorrier of Twenty-eighth street aid First
evens, we'd adapted for may aaanafaetarlng business, bstag
vail anted on three sides; has now s steaas boUer and afl
anaaary fixtures for mannfhctorlug Indigo; to he leased low
far a tsra <rfyears,wtth or withosl the Ixturee Pniessslsn
saa be had MaaaodJataly. Apply to PETER LTNCH, No. 41
Tseng etrset
r LET?THE TWO STOBIES, ATTIC, BASEMENT AND
sub sail sr Hones No. MS Madison street, gas, bath, range,
bet and oold water, in good order. Also, the two story at do.
haaanseat sad sub-seller He-.,as No. 48 Bast Thirteenth street,
gas. hath, sad water all through, la good order. Also, the twe
glory aiMe aad basement House No. 94 Rose street; the Store
and Baeeaaent No. 7 Canal street; the Stores Nee. 124 and 128
BoaaSTslt street; the Store, Rack Boom. Bask Base weal and
Front Cellar Ne. ICS Division street. Apply to J. P. JOBALEMON,
No. IS Esses street, In the basement.
T3 LET?THE THREE RTOET AND HIOH BASEMENT
briek Henas No. 64 Third (treat, sear Second avenue, oinlain
lag gas. Orotoa water, bath, range. An, in good erder. Apply
to W E. BBINKEBBOFF, 84^ Pine street, between 12
aad 2 P. M., or 112 avenue 0. morning and evening.
TO LET-IN ONE OF THB LEADING ATENUBB IN
Brooklyn, fear dwellings, built la the Gothle style, with
all the modern Improvements?gas. marble mantels, be.au, hoi
and oold wairr; ranges and ooppSr botlsr In kltohen. (niuire
of P. F. O BR1EN. ea tha pramlers. Bedford svenus near
Myrtle iveaue, sr at hit sarpeater i shop In the neu street.
RuniltA
rLKT-TO GENTLEMEN ONLY, OKI OB TWO WELL
fnn.'thed Parlors, with bedrooms attached, In a drat class
house, wBh all modern oonrentenopa Every attention will be
gitea lo stake boats pleasant and eqnfortabla. Board will be
given If repaired. Dinner at six o'clock. Private family,
apply at I'd East fourteenth street.
rlJTT?A I I1HT AND SPACIOUS SECOND ?LOOR,
snltable for a broker, merchant's show room, jeweller's,
or any Itcht fancy I ustiu-se. with or without steam power, at
lit Police street. Inquire of K. W aLKKR. on the premier a
r LET-TILE WHOLE OB LOWKB PART OF HOUSE
P7 Christopher street, wtth gas and Croton Improvements.
Can be seen from 1 to o'clock. Inquire within.
mO LBT-THB OOUNTRT BEAT AT BLOOWINODALR,
X opposite Seventy-second street, conelstlng of mansion
house, barn, cow house and several seres of land. Apply lo
B. B. HUTCH IE OB, 38 -lohn street
r LET?AT 613 BtOADWAY, NEAR HOUSTON BT.,
a Mere and hark show Room; SIM s year. Alan an Office
on third door; S,-j a year. Inquire of O. W. EARL, fourth
door.
r) LETS-THM ENOLIBH BASEMENT ROUTE NO. 171
East Twenty third street, a few doors from Second avenue.
Oaa, bathe, water okwete, Ac Kent Moo. Also a shop In the
rrsrof 19 Berkman street, wtth atctm power. Alex to lease
or sell. Sir lota In Jersey CSy near the ferry. Apply lo A
L1VIBOCTON, 19 Beekman street
TO LET-FOR A TERM OP YEARS. THE LAR'IE NT Ahie
In Twen leih street, near First avenue, with the vacant
Lot adjoin'ng, snltable fcr livery purposes hsrfnc stalls for
twestv horses, with goad carriage room, bav loft. Ac For
jtrtfculara apply lo JOHN KOoTKA, 119 Kast Eighteenth
street
TO LET-THE POUR fiTOPY BROWN STONE FRONT
Engltob basement Nnuse "12 West Twenty wv-ood ?*reet
Can be seen from 11 to To'cluck. A'solhe two vtory sod tttlc
House IfiO Woretrr slrec.. Inquire of V. 11. DBl'IKBRES, 009
Hroadway.
r LET?THE rorr, STORY brown front house
SI " est Flft-etilh sl-cc*. between FKlb tDd (Prth see
r. "t h -e !.,oderu rr .,?ent"-' e. 1" Asewivm on ibe 1st of
April :.< ? 1? HIP. 1IaI.AFi.aISE, 278 Fifth sreane.
h- ,j ..n.-u A A-kl i'>. H WiUjUmS
[ERA
E SHEET. i
HOPglg, ROOMS, &CTO liKT. I
?in/ ?r uanABnai'i * v?* ? ?<?" "u4 ?
1 brown ilona Hotu*. In * delightful nt-ltfhborhood up town,
bfivMn Klahlh avenae and Broad wov o ns.ttug of front par
lor. basement, two bedrooms, atoro rootu anl part of cellar
> 11 the modarn oouvanienoes. Addre*a J. A. C., bos t,iwJ
Ptal rHea,
ft LET-PO88E88ION MAT 1?TWO FOCR RTOBT
A baaammt He nana, No*. W a_ad_381 WaatTwenty Urat
?u ret, Oppoalte the open square of fee
P'?|o?, gas fixtures, la Apply to H. B. TURNER, Bo, i
Wall attest.
ri o IMT-FBOM MARCH 1ST, THR GENTEEL THREE
1 atory Boose, )S7 Christopher street. near Hiuleou street;
h*? the modern Improvements. Rant $600 aniwially. Jfeagta
dtaie poaaaaalon. Can be aaan by applying to L. SAUf OA',
tAfi Budaon strest
TiO LET?A VERY SMALL GENTEEL HOUSE ON LUX
ington arena*, near Twenty fifth street; a very email
Hi use cn Twenty eighth street, between Lexington and Third
h< routs; a nice atarbie House, 611 Second avenue. All from
$610 to $676, and only far small families. t-'?en from 12 to 2.
KIltSBlMER k CO , 913 Fourth avenue
TO LET-THE FOUR 8TORT BRICK HOCflE NO. W#
hnat Tenth street, between Seeond and Third arenuaa
It has all the modern uaorovamenta, and la In oomplate order.
Apply to SMITH A CLARK, 11)3 Beat Ninth I'-roel
r IJtT-THB FOUR 8TORY ENGLISH BASEMENT
House 276 Fourth avenue, between Twenty-dm and
Twentysecond streets The Gas Plxtures, OUnloths and Fnraaea
will ho let wMh the honae, If desired. Can be seen between
11 A. M. and 2P. M.
rLKT?WITH
Immediate pnasrsNnn,
Fine Loft#, at 181 William street,
Near Sprue*.
r LET-PART or THR PREMIERS NO. 7 STANTON
alreet, three doora from tbe bowery.
mn I CT rav VVVTDS innso n, o? nn mum un
J. deru built Houae No. 100 West Thirty-thlril street, between
Seventh snd Eighth avennea., consisting of psrlors and eitenslnn
room, basement, kileben and storeroom. Kent $100 per
annum.
TO LET-THE THIRD FLOOR OF HOUSE 27 MARKRT
street; has ass and ''rutin water. It will be let low to a
small, ntee family. No bill on the house. Inquire on the premises.
TO LET?THE SECOND AND THIRD STORIES OF Till
large building known as the Metropolitan Aoademv and
Lecture Boom, Noe. 9.1 and 96tilxth avenue; together with 'be
settees, desks, school furniture, Ao., Ac. Apply to it. L. SLYDAM,
U6 Waverley place, near Sixth avenue.
rLBT-AND POSSESSION GIVEN IiTMKDI ATELY,
the dwelling cart of the four story briak Building No. l.'HX)
Broadway, eorurr of Twenty sixth street, containing all th*
modern Improvements. Inquire on the premises, between 10
and 11 o'clock A. M.
TOLBT-PAKTOF HOUSE 278 WEST THIRTY-FOURTH
street, consisting of basement, with range, all the uvond
floor, and two rooms on third; with all the modern Improvements.
Locai Ion good. Kent MOO. Inquire on the premises.
TO LET?THE BRICK MANUFACTORY NOS. 36.1 AND
166 West Twenty fourth street, suitable for a foundry and
machine shop, or for other purposes, together with steam engine,
boiler, shafting. Ae., all In perfect order, and rent cheap.
Key to see the 'premises at Mr. Harrison's, opposite. For
further particulars apply at ll'J Cedar street
TO LET?FROM 18T APRIL NEXT. THE SPACIOUS
House No 22 James street, corner of the New Bowery.
Apply to JOHN ATTBIDGR A SON, S91 Fourth street, from
8 A.M. to 1 P. M.
TO LIT?FROM 1ST MAY NEXT, THE VERY SUPS'
rlor and commodious house 7 Carroll plaoe, Bleecker streetApplytoJOHN
ATTR11)Uis A SON, filll Fourth street, from
8 A. M. to I P. M.
TO LET?KM.?THE nANDSOMB THREE STORY
brown stone hit h basement House, No. 11 Second plaoe.
Brook yn 11 rooms, 36 feet court yard la front, htallhy and
stylish neighborhood. Apply to W. B. OOX, $29 Pearl street.
New Tork.
TO LET?A TnREE STORY HIGH STOOP nOUSB FURnlsbed,
ot East Thirty eighth street; everything for hoaee
keeping Istof May; rent (860. Also, a beautifu little while
Cottage on Fifty eighth street: rent onlv (260; paesaaatou 1st of
Aprllorsooner. KINHHIMKR, 313 Fourth avenue.
TO LET?FIRST AND BASEMENT FLOORS OF HOUSE
92 West Sixteenth street Inquire at 11 Mxedongal street,
after8o'clock P.M.
rlLKT?THE PRIVILEGE OF SLAUGHTER
House" 110 Exit Twenty-fourth street. Beet fold by the
aide or carcass at the slaughter bouse 111) East Twenty-fourth
street
TO LBT-Ul'PER PART OF THE FIRST CLASS HOUSE
173 East Fifteenth street, nearly opposite Ktuyvessot park,
to a small family only having no children; has all the modern
improvement#, and la m thorough order. Inquire Irom 12 to 2
mO LET?DWELLING HOUSES BOH. 118 AND 122
I rUi-ll .? .Irani - .11 IV.
? ? ? 1 ?-...w>. ....? ou vuu lijkiunril luipnivfmnnw.
kcnU very moderate to pood tenants. Inquire ol MaKTIN
WaTKRS, 10 ht Luke's place, I-eroy etreet
TO LET-LOWER PART, WITI1 PART OP THIRD
floor, of the three etnry aDil high baeement hrlck FIouw No.
9n Ftral street roDtakitng ell an ?lern improvements. Can be
*ren from 12 M to 2 P M. for terms apply to GEO. 11.
WaLKEK, It7 Forsyth street
TO LKT?WITH TMMJiPI ATE POSSESION. THE
second story and front haacmeut of ilouso t;i5 Kent Twenlletb
street. The bouse ahu gas and bath, and is occupied by
the ow ner only. Re:.I 523 per month Apply aa above.
fTIO I.XT? A PINING SALOON, WrTII FIXTURES, ONE
1 ol the best star.ds in the city,"at Grand atreet the Williams
burg and Pirtalnn avenue ferrv. The proprietor hue too much
to see to at present No. 612 Grand etreet.
TO LET?THE i'REMISFS NOS. 21 AN1> *5 WOOSTKR
street, now nted by Drlggi' Pianoforte Compear. There
!h an area of tt.DPO feet of floor room, and excellent JvhL an.
plytoMAJORTHfrMI'.-ON. 27 Woe liter street.
TO IRT FROM 1ST OF MAT-THE THREE STORT j
House, with all the modern Improvement* No. 11 Lex*
tnytoe avenue, near Taenty-fourth an eeL in perf^t orjer; to
tie ssen from 1 to F. Also several other Huns'* In Uiis city and
brcohlju. Inquire of a M. FANNING, 239Bowery.
TO LET OR LEASE?A MOKE IN BROAD WAT, BE
1 w Union square, suitable for a tailor or other light business;
orthree years' leete of entire building, eunprtslnjtejv en
'een loome, foreale. ddreae L N. K., box M Un on square
lust ofllce.
TO LKT OR I,EARE?MANSION HOUSE CORNER OF
Ninety sixth street and Broadway, hi li nuipie. grounds,
onlhonse*, Ac. Tlouse large and In good order, with m igni'lcent
view oi river and the New Jersey shore. Apoly to R a YNOR
A BLACK WELL, 1,122 Broadway, or J. M. DaVIKS,
60 Wall street.
TO LKT OR LEASE?FROM THE FIRST OF MAY
next, the tirst Floor, three lxifts, liaeemeat and Oelisr of
rear building. No 120 William strest, lettable for a meres rule
mechanical bnalr.eSR. Apply io FLRITMA NN, WED'
H. SEN A WIKRS8,12 Barclay rtreeL
TO LET OR LEASE?THE STORE (Jhx.V)) 837 BKOADway,
between Union and Medleon square*. Apply to I,.
B. chase. S New street, between 11 and 1 o'clock, and so J. C.
Pelapialne, 278 Fifth avenue.
TO LET O* LEASE?THE FACTORY, NO. 2M AND 230
Twenty seventh street, near Ninth avtnne; front and
rear biilldtnge well lighted, warmed with hot air, and gas fixtures
In all the toons; part of Ue front building la fitted op aa
a good class dwelling, which nan remain or be altered to cult
the tenant. Inquire on tbe premieea
TO LET OR LEASE.?THE BUILDING NO. 123 MERCER
street. Good loeaUon tor a hotel sr light manufaoturlcg
baatnaan. Upper part can be used tor dweiBag. Ben! low to
n good tenant, and possession Immediately. Inquire of M. K.
REED, No.16 Oorslandt etreet. up metre.
TO LET OR LEASE?FOR THE TEEM OF THREE
years, two Lofts 38x100. In the marble building 635 Broad
way; rent reasonable. Inquire at GUBBINfl, on the premises.
TO LET OR LEASE?HOUSE, WITH STABLE. AO.. NO.
1 Bond street, for business purposes, near Broadway,
large House No. 66 Hammond street Three story brick
House 208 West Fourteenth street Modern House, with stable,
Ae.. corner of laxlngton avenue and Thirty first street Small
modem Bouse 109 East Twenty seventh street. Modern House
89 East Thirty-first street. Modern House 153 West Twenty fourth
street Small modern House US East Fiftieth street
Three story House 132 Thompson street. Apply at 192 Broadway,
from 11 to 11, and No. 93 East Twenty seventh street, of
PETER A. II. JACKSON.
TO LET OB LEASE?148 EAST BROADWAY. A
first slssa three story brisk Hones, with all the modern
Improvements; a very diiRuble residence for a private faaaEr.
Apgjr te M. SOLOMON, 86 Chatham street. Fnnsmn toamer
LEASE-IN CHERRY STREET, THOSE MOST
eligible Lots, for a long time oocupied by Trualow A
Brother*. Apply at 18 East Sixteenth atrcct
r LEASE?THE P WELLING nOUBE AND ABOUT
tottr acres of Land en Tbtru avenue, opposite Hamilton
square, known as the Hamilton Fark House. Also to let, the
UwelHng Houses Nan. 138 Franklin street, 196 Hudson street,
18 Vestry street, and >1 North Moon strest Apply to F. A.
BLOOMFIE1J), II Broth street
TO RENT, LEASE. OB FOR BALK-THE FOLLOWING
Houses, with modsrn Improvements:?Tbe beautiful Heal
dense, with garden, Ac., Ac., oorner of Twenty third street and
ninth avenue; brown stone House No. 242 West Thirty second
timet; the hardware store, with dwelling, on Ninth a?enue,
between Twenty third nod Twenty fourth streein; commodious
Keeidenee No. 8 St. Mark's place; nleo, the boose known m
the Shore House, Stolen Intend, neer the Clifton Uonee, suitable
for n boarding bouee or a large family. For furtber oartt
enlare apply to J. U. PHILLIPS, No. GU Broadway, corner of
Exchange place.
rriHk 8TOB1 AND BASEMENT, BACH SO FBKT DKBF,
1 of the Bouee 793 Sixth arcane, being the fourth aou'h of
Forty aixth etreet. weet aide, to let for eaddlery, aboe, up
boiotory, or eimilar bustoese. Sent $40Ol A cboloe location
TO HOTEL KERPBM.-THB PREMISES ON TBS OOBnar
of Court and Montague stream, Brooklyn to rentaa
an Hotel. Restaurant and Ice Cream Saloon. The On?ra
House, City Bali. PoeteOoa, hanks and public building* In ibe
immediate ?Mtnny renders this koaatom uartralle<i for boatseas.
To a gentleman eonreraantln the line. It preaento ladnoaaaenta
rarely offered in the market. Apply on the pre
Mae. JAMB) W. oMITU.
rBLACKSIflTHR OB OTHERS BKQCIBTNO BOOM ?
Ta let w lease 784?irtea wleh street, rooatotimr of a hree
atory Dwelling and Store and a three atory Kxlnostoo. it his
been need for an Iron ratling factory for tweme ?re year*.
Apply to WM. kRVIWO, Biffm Nine lee nth Wrest.
r PHYSICIANS.?TO I.KT, A ROOM IN BEAR OF A
retail drug Core, accessible from store or hall, on the lead
I lug thoroughfare of Brooklyn; line growing nslgl borhfod A
I rood rh?nce for a young physician Address or Intjnlre of w
B. PACK, dlapenalDgchemist, 4Z3 Fulloo areoue, nwoerlof
Adelpbi street, Brooklyn
rDP.COUIrtTR?TO LST?PBK.MISKfl OOOBPtSD AN
a drug store nnlutrrr iptcdly for twenty years. The pre
mlsm No 81 Stith armor, formerly errunied by A w lit
bouduo Pr?sr?sion on the 8rsl of far. For term# to-;utre
at thr iffiet Of (lason A Kogitab, M W*J street, over the union
UfuA
LI).
PRICE TWO CENTS.
t
^ HOC 8KB, ROOMS, BC.,TOI.ET.
T? LKT-WITH RTlAW POWKB, LA BOB AND WALL
1 Bo?na.atB4.Menda8Jai?a?traet.
TO I.KASK?prR A TKBM OF TBAH* A HBADtirOU
pWdld'y Iwk ad. opposite ]f Wilson squire, front1?JJ'
?wuui ?n i Tw.nt, flftfc (treat, extending U>o>uch to
Prearfway.luiosuM f.e W,ith llouae. .rquire at 1IH Fifth
IT8&Q0a
T?TorT?ifyRfl ?K 1Sn*R ,VED PR0I'BR** I* NIV
nAnnui ri.ATT.
RBAL ESTATE AGENT,
u ? 684 mxtii avenpb,
I* run down w ib cells from parties wauling to rent bouse* end
K,rtsof homes. Could rent a hundred houeta for rente of
00 to $1,500 per year. Security or reference of the highest
respertat llUv (WenWEST
STREET.?TO LET, STORE NO. SB, NEXT TO
the eurner of Reitor street Auplv to E JONKM, No. 3
Ne.leon place, next to oorner of Waverley place.
(ft A nn ANn 1500 RENT.?TWO BEAUTIFUL SMALL
Pt" UU th ee story brick modern Houses. between Twenty
thlid ?nd Twenty eighth streets and blxtn and Tenth avennee
The furniture in both houeea muat be cold. l'osseseton
at once. Oae fixtures remain
KINBH1MKR. SO fourth arena*.
horSES. CHRRUOEH, &C.
a GOOD HORSE AND WAGON FOR HALE-AT A
A low price: the h rae la worth at least Jtso I win eeil
the borne tor $125 and give the wagon In. aalbeowaerla
going to give up bmlneee Inquire at 111 Sixth avenue, troax
10 to 4, until sold.
Anandsome pair or carriage morses. well
matched, long telle, lfi>* handa, to be teen at U Bond
street, Tuesday morning.
A HANDSOME LIGHT ROAD WAOON rOR HALS
very cheap.?It la made of the beat material, weight 151
pounds, half spring, full seat; ha* been uaed only alx weeks. ,
and la in complete order: kaa juat been varnished. Apply la
Mr. THOMPSON, Thirteenth street, near Third avenue.
CARRIAGES, new AND SECOND HAND.?ONB
new Jagger Wagon, one new top and two new tight
oren Reggies, ane open and one top second headlight Buggies.
Inqltire *f DKNISONyor KUHN, 197 Mercer aSrert, near
Bleacher street
For sale-one pair op bay coach hqr8b8,
kind in single or double harness. Can be seen at F.
ROR A CO.'S, 1U Clinton place, Eighth street. Price $150.
For sai.e cheap-a number op lioht wagons
and Sleighs. A tao, 4 or 5 small Bornee, at 115 Sullivan
street.
For sale?a very fine breeding mare-, bus
Is brown, lftfj hands high, and now with foal f>y Rhvsdeek
Bambletouian: she was got by Old Napolaon out of a
Henry mare. Can be seen at the stable of K. H. II at BORN,
oorner of Seventh avenue end Twenty eighth street.
For sale?a LIGHT road waoon; has been
but Uttle used; will be wild cheap, as the owner has no
use for It. Inquire of john balcom, 309 Fourth street,
corner of Greene street
FOR BALE-A COLUMBUS COLT. OF GREAT PEOmlae,
together with Wagcn and Harness or separate;
the horse la 1<% huada high. b/lght sorrel, nstnral tall atx
fears old in May; oan trot a mile In 2 30: baa never been trained:
la perfectly uonnd and kind in ererv respect. Apply at
J'6Oreenwiob street, corner of Veeey street, shoe store, of
WM. T. ALLJtX.
For bale-a ooofo horse, wrru or without
road Wagon. nearly new. Blelab, Harness. Buffalo Bob*.
Ac. Apply at UlDesple's stable, lie East Broadway.
FOR BALE-ONE TAIR of MATCHED BAT MORBKS,
rood drivers, fit 'for ia gentleman. Carriage to be assa
at 16 Bond street this day.
For palk-a two horse bprine truce, buitable
to carry sixty or seventy hundred; la In perfect order,
and baa been run but a short time. Can be seen at I*ke's
shop, in North Fifth street, corner of Third street, WllllaiMbnrg.
For particulars Inquire of F. T. Nutt, at Knox's, 213
Broadway.
For 8a?.k ciirap-a gray mare colt, lono
dark mane and tall, 16K hands high, S years old this May;
sired by the premium trottniK horse American, of Whitehall;
i she baa a very smart, open. Improving gait, and Is unquestionably
sound, kind and gentle In harness, showy and easy
galled under the saddle. Has will be given on trial to any responsible
party desiring 1L Also. 260 IIm leather boot full
spring Wagon, nearly new, suitable for a "slow mas;" prloa
160. Can be seen till sold at 148 avenue A.
For bale-a pplendid tram of bat homer,
long tails; they are sixteen hands high, six years old, they
can trot in four minutes to the pole; they have good style.
Also handsomest dapple gray Horse In the city. He is Mi years
old and sixteen hands ana one inch high He la good stvfe and
active. They are all warranted m every respect All to be
seen at 31 Ferry street
FOR BALE-A NEW ONF. HORSE TRUCK AMD HALFsprlngCsrt
Inquire at 1J9 Kidrtdge street
TOMPKIMB A JRNNIMGB.
For bale or exchakgk-ten touno horses,
just from Canada, alan one matched Team, from four to
eevrn year* old; all Bound and klml. inquire in Ue blaoksnbUi'iahop,
120 Norfolk street.
FOR B AI.F. CHF.AP-KIVF. FIR3T UATK. HORSES, JUST
arrived from the country; one fast fruiter and one very
fast Paier. Apply at 18 Jay hltoau
Harness-nahkrsb for sale cheap, lihtit.
Single, Silver Momma rrari.--. etu-wr nrr mm very
rbe*p. Apply for two days at 63 Orchard afreet, near Oread,
In the store.
PONIES. DONKEYS, MULES AND TRAINED GOAT8,
with small wagon* to suit, for sale at IS Heater itreet.
Pcnle* may be t*ken on trial. GEO. T. HALL.
STABLE TO LET?CONTAINING EIGHT STALLS, OARriaae
room, hav loft, Ac ; gut and Crotnn wafer; possession
latof March. Inguireat 146 Sullivan st.
STABLE WANTED ?A STABLE, WITH! THREE OR
four stalls, near Twenty-third street and between Third
ard Sixth avenues. Inquire si 14 Broadway, between 11 and
12 A. M.
STABLE WANTED?TO HOLD BIGHT TO TEN
beiaes. with loft for bay, Ac.; location west sf Breed way,
I between Cedar and Canal streets. Apply to EDWARD
TRACT, 130 Cedar stresL
FINANCIAL..
a uocht belmont A co.,
/*. ba l? kerr,
60 Wall street,
Issue I Alters of Credit in travellers, available In sB parts of
the world, through the
Messrs. ROTHSCHILD, sf Parto.
LONDON. FRANKFORT, VIENNA, NAPLES,
and other correspondents.
BANK FOR BALE?AN INDIYITUAL WESTERN BANK,
all ready to organise; but small amount of cash needed;
r r it * ill be exchanged for other property. Addreaa Bank, box
j 168 Herald office.
PvUNOAN, BHKKVAN A CO.,
Lf RANKERS,
Ocrter of rina And Nuhu atmeta. N?w Tor*.
Iaono
urcttlab worn and urrrrKJi or CMDIT
For Traveller*, a reliable In all the Frtaclpal Ckiee In lb*
World.
Aid*.
Mercantile i>M!ta,
Far nae In Europe, < Ao., to
Duncan, chkrxan a <o.
BAFKIU,
Tavue WroolAr Natal And letter* for Traveller*. available la
All the onto* of the United Maim, Canada, the Waal India
lalaadi, Houtk a ??rtoa, Ac., Am.
Francis d. nrwcomb attend? to tiirooijjiodoa
of (lakae, Mttlamenl of aaeouata, A7*r*r*a, Aa.
for the my of Havana and Maud of Cuba.
UNITED STATU AND C AN A D A -TH *~a*ION BANK
of toad on, aa agouti far Uanri Paaana, Shu Man a (Jo.,
baakora. Haw York, Mraby fir* nnttaa that thaj will ranatia
nanar aa aaaoant af that Arm, tar wtaah taejr wil laana, I ran
af aharga. lattaraaf aradlt or atranlar laSna af ?10 and *awarda,
atmlltr la tbaaa hi anah artaaalra aa* aa the Oeolhtont
af ttarap* and olaawhara, payable at all tha aihnhaal attiaa
aid tawaa ta taa PmMad Stataa, C*aadaa, A*.
d* rnn IN OLD A*n NRW pknnier-POB baijb AT
"T'luU a dlaoount. Addrcaa Qolnoa, lie raid office, Mating
offer*.
Ann nnn wantrd-on bond and mobtoaob.
fOU.UUU ataarrn par oant lataraat,aa a drat alaaa
aomatrr raatdaaoa la tha rfitnlty af thle ally, warth at Jaaat
ihraa aaaaa tha aiaaaat wanted,wfch an nnainepttoaable day
boadaataa. Apply to John F. Ooarey, <6 Wall ureal
d???f: nnn T0 LOAN at BIX AND A HALF PER
centtntereat on bond and mortgage, on Brat
el am productl re real ratatn in thla city. Apply to John F.
Coorey, in the offloe of the l'eoplaa' Ftie Inaumnce Company.
No. 86 Wall atreat.
nn (inn TO ,/)A!f OK boud AND*ORTOAQBIpiUI'"'''U
at the lowest rate of Interest, In him to
nit applicants, on real eaute In this dir. Alau HO,000 to loan
on Brooklyn property, In aumaof $1,000 and upward*. Apply
to A. BfcKO KA NT, li Wall street.
49nn nnn -*onkt to lksrrt'on bond and
mortgage, In suae to salt spplicaata.
Fir sale, thrre two atory brick Room and i,otp on Houston
street, near Oreen atreot a too, House and Int No. 110 SaBt an
treat. Apply to B. 8. BROAD, Bo. 13 Wall afreet.
~THB LKCWRgYgAgQJ.
GBBBT UNION LRCTURB AT T11K OOOPIR INBTItuta,
to morrow (Wednesday) evening, Keb 29, at eight
o'clock, on " The rights of man. lbs righto of the North and tan
righto of the Houth."ty the Right Rev. Or. Laval, D.O., M.D.
Tbapnbltn and the frteodg or the Onion and the Ooaatltuiioo
win now have a ehanoe to hear this distinguished theologian
and ehatnplon of the peo]ile'a righto, and follow him with do
light In the happy expression at bto though*. the
r ourinctng power or hto logic and the lofty flight of the
..tfaiiwi Kverv true patriot and Christian should roily
around the man, who slariia bv hlsoountri In the hour of ueoeeslty.
The friend a of the Dnloi and the Constitution are re
queried to nurebaae ticketo at the prinripal ho eto and book tnreeon
Broadway. Fifth avenue and the Nsttoeal Hotel In
Cortland! street, ae early aa poealhla. to avoid ooofuaton In
making change at the door, sac to enable the lecturer to secure
the Hall the rattrr oourae of bla Invaluable lec.urea on the
great poUtioal gncriton* of the day
LECTURER and RKADINfW BY J. H. RIDDONB.
at OOI.PBEOK'8 *11810 HA -U 7? Broadway.
WKDNiaDAY. Fab. 29, at 2 P. *., RKADINOt) from
8HAKSPERR. TA-WOaad char. DICdRNB.
WKDNRSDaY, Peb. 29. at8 P. *., IjR(' m RE?"LORD *A
CA0T,AY. HIII| 1,1 PR AUtl WHITINOB."
A Amission 29 cento
RT. RRY. dr. RPALD1NO wtm. LEOTtTRR THIR
evening before the Catholic library Association. at the
Cooper Institute, *t 8 o'clock. Ruh.ierl? 'Kurrpeen drills*
II n befoie the Reformation." Tickets W canto; May be hul
at Ibe Reading Rooms, Ri9 Broadway, and at thqiloor.
milR RRY H w. BILLOWS, OP NPW YORK. BY8PK1
rial mvttAi on of the Brorklvn Harltarr Assometl in. srll
give a lecture at 'he Brooklyn Tabernacle, the Rev W. A.
Bartleu's church, V I on a\ en ue, near Hojt street on T<tends!
Bflh in at, at 1H o'clock P. M Rubjeot: "The <lai.*sta of
Crime." The public are reepenf lij anted to atte.id Ity
order, OWIR >R HaLL, President*
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