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WHOLE NO. 14,432,
DIRECTORY FOR ADVERTISERS.
AMUSEMENTS?1st Pag??Uh. Sth mud 6lli culm.
ASTROLOGY?7th Pag*? 2d coL
BILLIARDS?7tii Paije?IA cul.
boarders WANTED?7th Pagk?5th ol
board AND LODGING WANTED?7tu Pac??3tb col.
boots and siioes-2d Pmoit-imtcoi.
BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE FOR 8ALE-7TU Pag*?3d
col. '
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES?&tb PAC*.
BUSINESS NOTICES-&ruPACJ?-?tb col.
v CITY REAL ESTATE FOR SALK-Tth PACb-3aeoL
CLERKS AND SALESMEN-7th Pago-2d col.
CLOTHING?7th PAC?-2d col.
coachmen AND (JaRDENERS?7tu pago?2d coL
coal and wood?7tb pAOH-tith coL
coastwise steamships?7tb Pagk?6th coL
Dancing academiks-2d pagb?ut cot.
DRNTISTBY-Sd Pagh?Imt-coi.
DRV fllVilVG l l'.c?mth -..I
dweilinu house* to let. fcrnisiied and unfurnished?7th
Pick?4th coL _ ,
EUROPBAN steamships?7tu fac?-5tb andGth cola.
financial? 0th riul
for kail?2d Pack? 2d coL
FURN1SHBD ROOMS AMD APARTMENTS TO LET?
7tu Pack?4th col.
FURNITURE?2d Pack?Irt col. . ' ,
HELP WANTED?FEMALES?7th Pagk?I* and 2d cola.
HEI.P WANTED?MALES?7tu Pack?2d col
HORSES. CARRIAGES.. AC.?In Fata?Jd and 4th cola.
HOTELS?7th Pack?5th ml
HOUSES. ROOMS AC., WANTED?Trn Pack?2d coL
INSTRUCTION?lar Pack?4tb col . ?r.?
JERSEY CITY. HOBOKEN, HUDSON CITY AND BERGEN
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE?7m Pack?2d col
LEGAL NOTICES?7m P*cB-3d col
LOST AND FOUND? 1st pack-2d coL
MACHINERY?2d pagk-2d coL
MARBLE MANTELS?2d Pack?lit coL
MEDICAL?7th Pack?2d col.
miscellaneous ADVERTISEMENTS?lOrn Pack?
6th col
MUSICaL-Ist Pacx?4th col.
new publications?5th pagk??th col
personal?1st Pack? l?t coi
pianofortes, oroans. ac ?1st Pack?4th col
fust office notice?1st Pack?4th coL
proposals?2d Pack? Ut eol
PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES?
7tii Pack?1st col.
PHOPBRTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO
RENT?7th Pack??d eol
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE?Trn Pack?3d coL
KKAI. BSTATIS WAATJSD?7TH t'SG 0?3(1 col.
RELIGIOUS notices?lar Pouit? 111 and lid col*.
rewards? 1st Pac*?2d coL
sales at auction?2d Pace?1*? col.
situations wanted?females-? Pack?1st ebl
situations wanted?MALK8-7tu P>cs?2d col.
special notices?1st Psii*-2?1 and 3d col*.
8toraue?1st Pauk?3d coL
THE trades?7tii Pace?2d col
TO LET POR BU8INES8 PURPOSE3-7th Pac*?4lh
eol.
TRAVELLERS' GUIDE?7th PAGK-fith col.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET7tu
Pace?4tb pol
WANTED TO PURCHASE?2d Pac*?1st eol.
WATCHES. JEWELRY. AC.?7tii Pack?Oh col.
WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OR
TO LET?7tu Pace?3d col.
WINTER RESORTS?7th Pack?SCi col.
yachts, STEAMBOATS ac.?10m Pag*?Cth col
PEUiOSAL.
A YOUNG MAN MIRSINQ PROM THE 21ST.. AGF.D
23 years, lair complexion, bine eyes, no beard or
whiskers, well forthed, 5 feet 0 Inches high; wore s brown
overcoat, velvet eollsr, black diagonal pant* and vest, dark
Sty plaid business cost, round top hat, goiter shoes. Any
orniation concerning him will be thankfully received and
rewarded. Address K. la., 13 Fnlton St., Brooklyn.
GGIE I'LL SEE ARGYLB SHADOW DANSANTB
on Monday night. MADISON.
jjroncdine. ~~
D. HAWTHORN. AJtTlSX-PLEASE CALL AT NO
7 Warren St.. room 13.
E~ DDIE.?ARGYLB SOCIAL SOIREE TO-NIGHT 10
o'clock, sharp, MAMIE.
Emma b?trust mk; every day from s to a
BUPFALO.
George west, who left England in isus,
will hear of something to his advantage if be will apply
to Mr. CORNELL. 16 fel Paul's churchyard, London,
En -lano. or If any one can give information In regard to him
they snail be rewarded.
ARRY?EVERYTHING IB KEPT Q11ET; COME
bock at one* or telegraph; matters are all straight.
A TIT.
HENRIETTA?DEAR CHILD. I nAVE RECEIVED
your letter. It terms that you Intend to keep me in the
dark. Do I deserve It from you? Yon are killing me by degrees
by your absence. Do come home ami save yoor mothrr.
THE PARTIES"wilO TOOK VALUABLES"FROM
East 34th st. Saturday evening. January 28, will sug- 1
gest some mrthod by which all or any portion of the above
may be. redeemed, they will receive additional compensation
Address (L, box 4,851 Post office.
Tit FORMATION WANTED?CONCERNING TOB
X whereabouts of Michael O'Brien or any of hi* sons: native
ol Klllidyoert, connty Clare. Irelena; came to tbls country
about the year 1818. Any or all of them will hear of something
to their great advantage by applying to JOSEPH H_
THOMPSON, No. 83 Front at*. New York.
tf TiuFsnouLD meet'the eye op mrs. maria
X Valier (maiden name Maria Lnk/)K ?ho will hear of an
old friend by addressing 0. CORNWALL. Bristol Post office.
Pa.
LTO K.?WRITE IMMEDIATELY OR TELEGRAPH;
I am worried, darling; what's the matter!
IE I)ERKRANZ?WILL .TUB^YflUNO LADY WHO
danced last waits and galop with short gentleman, in
ftill dress, end remarked, "This is iny first bsll." accept honorable
acquaintance 1 If so please address W.. Herald Uptown
Branch office.
S~ bhd me~youb ADDRESS; LETTER RECEIVED.
job.
UN. jDBUX.I TROIB?T&KSE DARK DAYS ONLY
teach raa how endless and everlasting Is my love;
keep mo in yoar heart, as yon are here close to mine.
UY DON'T 8TRAHAICS COMMITTEE ON LOBBYism
summon the ex editor of the Albany Switch to
testify f
P.?EVERYTHING IS RIGHT; SEE YOr AT MY
? office to-day 11 o'clock. TUB MAJOR.
RELIOIOrS 1YOTICK8.
AT WASHINGTON fiOUARF. METHODIST F.PISOOpal
ehnrch. Rev. William Lloyd, pastor?Subject for
morning, "Christ's Invitation to thu Burdenedevening.
"Seal and the Witch of Endur." ,
LLEN STREET PRESBYTERIAN CHUHOn. 0E0.
O. ITielpha. pastor.?Preaching morning and evening.
Rahjecl for Suutlay evening?"Thou Art the Man." Seats
iree.
U.EN"STREET METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHCRCH,
between Del an ce J ami Rlvington as.?The pastor,
Re>. Charles K. Harris, will preach morning and arming.
Beats free.
ALL^RAINTS" PROTEST ANT. EPISCOPAL CHURCH,
Ke?. William M. Pnnnell, rector,. Henry si, corner or
Rcammel, New York.?Serrices every Sunday morning at
10X. and every Sunday evening at 7)4. The rector will
preach.
T TREB~ TABERNAC UK METHODIST EPISCOPAL
ehnreh. Weat 34th eu, between 7th and 8th ava.. Rev.
J. Johns pastor, on 9nnday the services will be conducted by
8. Ilalsted's praying band at 10:30 A. M., 3 and 7 P. 1L
Samnel Halsted leader. Beats all free. Come all.
B~ LBBC KBR~8TREET CNT VERS ALIST~ CHURCH.?
Rev. C. F. McCarthy will preach to-morrow morning
and evening at 10-45 and 7 :30 o'clock. Morning subject,
The Science of Beneficence; or, flow to see Jesus." Evening.
"Is Belief In a Personal Devil Scriptural or Reasonable
T"
/tnnDcn no Tiro nor v t?rvrrv , nra7,G . i
VJ " *
and 42<J St.?tlrmrt of sprrtces, 10J< A. M. and 3}( fxad 7%
F. M.; Her. Stephen H. Tyng. Jr., will preach morning and
evening; Rev. J. W. Bonhain, head of the House of the
Evangelists will preach tn the afternoon.
* rtsurch of the holy apostles. 9th av. and
\ J 2f>th id.?Services, 10)d and 7X. Rev. Dr. J. B. Flagg
will preach.
RKTENjriAL ]BAPTIST CHURCH, CLINTON AV.'
near Myrtle', Brooklyn, Her. Jaatln D. Fulton. D. D
pastor.? Preaching In the morning, at 1<>K o'clock. Subi
* Jeci?"The Finding* of the Council; Our Duty and Oar Op-,
portnnlty." Evening. at 7K o'clock, aeventh In the eonrae
of lerturea on the Book of Rather. Subject?"Ood'a Care
Iter Ilia Own."
ENTRAL BAITIST EHLPOH 4'JD ST., BETWBKK
7th and Sth a*a.?Rev. J. D, llerr, paator. will preach
at 1016 A- M and7\ P. M. and baptlae at the dote of the
evening aerroon. strangers made welcome.
Triii v rch ~of~tiik n olt"" trinity. maDison a v.
and 42d at.?Monra of vervtee, l'l^ A M., and 7^ p.
X. Right Iter. Thomas A- Jalgar. D. D.. Bishop of Houthern
Ohio, will preach In the morning. Rev J. W Bonham in
the afternoon and Kev. Stephen H. Tyng. Jr.. 16 the evening.
_
CIhi kcii Of tiie strangers. mkkckr st.. near
J Vfaverley place?Rev Dr. Darnii 1s tn prearh lomorrow.
at 10'; A. M. and P H. Ail saata free, Gentlemen
at the door to meet straogera
, gttamai. ht p rrstb yt e ria h fill Rift i n~ greene
va at.. near Canal ?Rev Dr. ii b.fhapln will preach tomorrow
at PJH A M. Sahtatb aehool at 3 P. M. All walcoma
<f. ipnRlST CHURCH, STH AV. AND 3.VTH ST.?MORNKj
log prayer and aerroon. 10:90; evening prayer and
* germon, 7 30. Rev. John W. Payne preachea
B. JOnjTnALL WILL GIVE AN ADDRP.SS AT THE'
Sunday ' vening aervica, Kehroary '27, at 7)6 o'clock, at
Aaaoctatlon Hall. *
TCtRKE BAPTIST CnCRCIJ (OPEN COMMUNION).
JP 29th at.. near 9th av.?Kev. Mr Rowell will prvaeh, at
WS A M., ;*Tho Christian Diallngiu.he i," and at 7)6 P. M..
' rrfn-iTavbxuK baptist "chchch, WSt ?td
r at.. Re* Ur. Arroitatrc peetne.-Preeeblnt Sunday
Boruing ?l 10W, nni*g At 7^ "'clock; Bunds? school J A.
AM eordUhj Invited to ittcoi
' tMVrv THIRD matET BAPTIST rjltRCH-RKV.
< f J elm Howling D. U.. will preach morulas and evening.
Sunday vhool nrnl Bible cleave* at 3 P. M.
HAK1.&M CKI VKKHALFST Cll ('BOH. 127TH ST.
Bee. J. A Seltn parlor -Preaching to-morrow at 11
o'clock ; lactora on "Religion a* a Mcaua of Culture" Id the
tr? nlnp
iir NKKOH^no whitkwASUiMa-btsnop SNOW,
II of Mount Ziovi, will preach the pore Word of God iu the
- Puloerwty. Weehhigton runnre. oo Sanitary, et 3 P M. SeaU
^*e. Subject, ' The Time and Manner of the Judgment*
If IS* NELLIE J. K [IRI GUAM. "ijfSFIKATIOSAL
m Speaker, lecturer at to to A. M and 7 JW P. M for
RortatT f ro^reealee Hpfrltonltata at Hall 55 Watt 33d *?.. near
Broadway, Children's Lyceum 2.!*> P. SL
"jjjf CSiC PORlKASTKR7 l*ML "
Jrl Easter Cantata "The ringing of bird*." George W.
WarreA.T.he.: 'Angel* roll the rock away," Thome*, SOo.; I
"Bow I* ChrlM Risen " O. W. Warren. $1 SO; "Chrl*! oar
* Pemuteer." Wheat, 00a: "Beater Carole," "Sweet Kaeter
Bell*. '.Willhtm A. P rid. Jr.; "lJail Hritht Kaeeer Mom,"
fond. Jr.; "Vo *oa* end daughter, of the Lord,' Thornae;
. "Haled tfc# aoog foe Easter. Hacktu; "t l.rl.t le rteen."
ur r-,z di..i ?? 1 "r 'TF-jy w
> Da.^X'&.*.?r*r?6"6 *co-"7
% rl?el2.*j c i""-"u*/^tpr. wili. fkkacii at i
:e ne
1"*
NEW YOI
KKLKilOCS SOTIfES.
R. D, ?. ~MOODY AND MR. IRA D. SANK EE
chndnct aervicai at the
1IIERODKOMR,
between MatReoo and 4th a vs., 2t!th and 27th ata. '
tantrance Madieon av.).
EVERY DAY. at 12 o'clock
(Saturday and Sunday excepted) ;
EVERY EVENING, at H o'clock
* OVKRFT.OVv'il'eA* o'clock,
conducted by Re* D?, a if Tyog. Jc,
(except Saturday),
?entrance 4th av.? r
For YOUNG MEN ONLY
(entrance 4th av.), every night, at 9 o'clock
(Saturdays and Sundayi excepted),
in Dr. Coupling's church, Madison a*., corner of 20th ik
EVERY SUNDA2,
For CTJKTSTLANS, B to H -45 A. M.
For WOMEN only. 3 p. M.
For MEN ONLY. S P. M.
No tickets of admission required for any of these services.
. The doors will be open one half hoar before each service.
The expense* of three meetings are large and muet ho
defrayed by private Subscription. Contributions can be sent
toJ. F1ERFONT MORGAN, Esq., Treasurer. 23 Wall si
bamckl THORNR,
Chairman Committee of Arrangements.
W. E. DODGE.
Chairman General Committees
NATS AN BISHOP,
Chairman Executive Committee.
RV 8 AM ITU. A. -HAMILTON, PA8TOR OK SCOTCH
Preabytcrlttn church, 14th St., between 51th and titb
ars., will preach to-mo(row at 10 din A. M. and 3-.30 P. M.
Rev. a c. lor i mr r, of "boston, will preach
morning and evening. In the Church of the Disciples
(Dr. Hepworth), corner of Madison av. and 45th St., on sunday,
37th Inst.
Rev. h. w. knapp will preach in the first
Baptist church, comer Laight and Varlck st?., at 10:30
A. M. and 7:30 P. M. Baptism after evening service.
T> EV. J AMES M. KINO, PASTOR, WILL PREACH
JV morning and erening in the St. John's .Methodist
Episcopal church, 63d at., near Broadway.
RhV. J. SPENCER KENNARD, PILGRIM BAPTIST
chnrch, 33d St., west of 8th sr., preaches. Sabbath,
evening, 7%. Baptism, revival services. All welcome.
STANTON BTRKKT BAPTIST CHURCH?Wit. 11AYNE
Leaved, pastor, will prcnch at 10 :30 A. M.: subject,
"The l'eculiar Principles of Baptists a Safeguard of the Hopubiie,"
bv request; at 7 :30 r. M . subject, "How Shall Wo
Dispose of Christ t" Strangers invited. Baptism after the
evening service.
TTlE SIXTH AVENUE REFORMED CHURCH-REVWin.
B. Morritt. pastor, will preach at 10:30 A. M. and
7:30 P.M. At 1 aro welcome.
T~ ABBRNACLE BAPTIST CFTURCH, 2D AV. AND
10th at Kev. Orrin Philip UiiTord, who has b?;en
preaching to large congregations in PituOeld. Hut, will
occupy this pulpit, morning and evening. Subjects Morning,
"As Little Childrenevening, "Onr Father." All
cordially welcome.
~ ~ LOST AMD FOlAl).
POUND?ANTIQUE WATCH, WHICH CAN BE HAD
r by proving ownership and paying expenses. SAMUEL
HAMMOND, 41 Wllilam St.. New York.
LOST?AT THE ACADEMY OP MUSIC. FEBRUARY
22, from box No. 113, a camel's balr Shawl. Bv returning
it to 334 West 19th st., a suitable reward will be
given and no (fuestiona naked.
OST?AT LAJIY WASHINGTON RECEPTION, TUK8day
evening, on dancing tloor of Academy of Music, a
point lsce Handkerchief. The Under wtll receive a liberal
reward by returning It to 24 Cottage place. New York.
OST?ON F R IDA YT*B RTW KEN CITY ~UALL, 5TH
av. and 16tb at., a Cuff, with amethyst Sleeve Rutton
set -with diamonds, with Initials C. S. A. in back, attached.
A suitable reward on returning It to Third Avenue Railroad
Company's otBce, 66th st. and 3d av.
OBT-A PAIR OFGOLDliPECTACLES, IN A FIFTH
avenue stage. Reward will be given by leaving same at
386 5th av.
OST?WEDNBSDAY EVENING, A GOLD EARRING,
In going to or returning from Booth's Theatre and 30tb
at. A suitable reward paid ror its return to 84 5th av.
OST,?A SUITABLE REWARD WILL ?E~PAIH FOR
the return to the oflice of the Clerk of the United States
VJtrctM Uourt, new first omce, or a traau i;oia w wen, Key
winder, bunting esse. No. 4,4!M; M stile, maker. The above
wm lost on Thursday last, between the hours of 11 and 1.
either In 6th ?v., near 34th sl,|in Fifth arenas stage, or in
14th st., betweon 5tb and 2d art-. and had attached a silver
chattelains.
tolen OR STRAYED AWAY?FROM 101 WEST
48th st., a B|d% -{log. named Fanny. Any one returning
her will receive a large reward. HOFFMAN.
UK W AR D ?.
A A REWARD AND NO QUESTIONS ASKED for
ipx return of Se^J Ulore to 137 East 10th A
dh r REWARD.?LOST, AT LIKDEKK~RANZ ball. A .
Jt) Lace U an dk archie! 1'lease return it to 137 East
28th it. ...
(jhT/l reward" AND NO QUESTIONS ASKED BY
iplVj returning a Poeketbook that was lost on Wtdnnt
duy evening going frtyn Lexington st. to tlie Hippodrome.
IOC West 44 th St., In care of S. It. Bradley.
<Vj7k REWARD AND NO QUESTIONS ASKED.?
?iP?U IjosI, on Tuesday night. February 22. on 6th sr., between
26th end 27th sis., a silver Watch and Chain, No.
699,930. Return to CABLE'S piano warerooma, 107 West
23d it. corner 6th av,
IF^THK 'GENTLENUN WBO PICKED UP A MINK
Muff on Tuesday evening in front of tne Hippodrome Will
rotnrn the same to A. CRAWFORD, 53 West St., be will be
suitably rewarded.
" SPECIAli NOTICES.
A?ISAAC o. BOYCE. 207 BROADWAY. LAWYER.?
. Divorces obtained promptly, without publicity; desertiou.
Incompatibility .jhaLltual drunkenness, infidelity. lnhuuiso
treatment, cocivictiou of falooy. l'asxporu obtained.
?ROYAL HAYAVA LtrTTERr
. I>rawieg Saturday, March 4, 1870.
V prise of. ? ?.......-Spanish dollars, 100,000
i prise of... .Spanish dollars. 90,000
prises, each of , Spanish dollars, 25.IJOO
1 prise of. Spanish dollars, 10,000
aud 904 other prises..
Whole tickets. S20; halves. $10; quarters, $5; tenths, $2.
I9?n?_. Ow eturuant Lotteries
Prises cashdit Full explanatory circulars free.
THKODOR X8CI10CTT,
P. O. box 9,594. 116 Nassau street. New York.
?KENTUCKY 9TAT1B LOTTERIES OF J. S.
. smith a ca
mcartrcxT, sxmx class 801?to a 187&
1, 18, 46. 2, 55, 14, 9, 28, 68, 90, 69, 63, 64.
ksntccct c1ass 303?TOR 1876.
26, 40, 29, 93, 3<J, 50, 73. 49, 19, 43, 16. 60, 13.
All orders address B. NATHAN, bos 4.870 Post ofTirs
New York city.
* ?PARKS. EMERSON a CO.
lL Kentucky State Lotteries, drawn daflv.
Royal Uavsns Lottery, drawn every 17 days.
Kentucky Single Number Lottery, drawn February 20,1870.
Prises cashed, information furnished and circulars free.
180 Broadway. Post office box 5,272 New York.
?but~t<?dak]
Cut
this
out
and
apply
at
the
office of the fNDlHTRTAL EXHIBITION COMPANY,
No. 12 East 17th St..
Tor a
93 fraction or
for a $20 Bond.
13 Fractions
for
tea
Nert allotment March 6.
Only 1,000 bonds participate
1 bond receives 9100,000 cash
1 bond receives... 10,(**>cavh
1 bond receives. 5,000 cash
I bond receives 3,UU0ca*h
1 bond receives l,<tfS)rnsh
10 bonds receive $.VX> esch 5.noncash
10 bonds receive 20t>esch 2,n00cash
27 bonds receive 10O each. 2,700 caah
48 bonds receive SO esch 2, t">ea*h
Boo bonds receive 21 each 18,900 cash
1,000 bonds to he redeemed $150,000
Office open till 5 1*. M
Oeneral JOHN C. ROBINSON, President.
W. L GRANT, Vice President.
E. B. POND, Secretary.
CHIRON 1C C AT A R Rll, DEAFNESS TU ORO COIIL Y
J enred by Dr. Keek'a unequalled method.
Dr. HOYT. 21 West 24tb st
iSIisBBOF men a specialty^ ?
HENRY A DANIELS. M D.. 144 Lexington as., near
29th st. Office hours from S to 3.
DttTriNLAY flAY INO RECOVERED FROM HIS Rlirent
illness, attends to his patients as usuaL No. 159
East 46th st.
I~7< X TR A HAVANA LOTTERY.?CAPITAL PRIZE
Li $1,000,000; wholesale and retail orders filled ; circulars
and tickets ready. E. SONNENBERO, boa 1,185 Post office,
New Usven. Conn,
OLD "AND 81LVBR. AND ANY ARTICLE CONTAINIng
(rold. bought at market price; polishing, gilders'
rags, Ac-, burned and melted by refiner.
SCH AWEL, 25 John st
Havana lotter?.-next drawVno march 4.
9540.000 iu prises. Highest prise $100,'00. For particular*
address h. Martinez a cp, 10 wail st. n#w
York, bos 4.682 Post office.
avana lotte ry.
Important information given about drawing 4th of
March. B ALKSCK. Post office boa 3.084, New York.
K?CHRONIC CATARRH" "DKAPNKSS: IMPROVED
method: instantaneous relief; permanent cores.
Dr. STODDARD. No. 8 West 14th st
K?KENTUCKY STATU SI NuLE NUMBER
grand distribution,
on the Havana p!an.
_ SIMMONS. DICKINSON a CO, Managera.
$300 000 cash gifts.
. Wholg tickets. $ia
ao prises paid la fall, wftaont deduction.
? . _ _ To be drawn February 26.
Royal Havana of Cuba draws March A
AdJieanparks. emerson a CO,
iso BroadAay. or bog 5,272 Post office.
K?OFFICIAL DRAWINO KENTUCKY STATE LOT.
teriea?SIMMON'S. DICKINSON A CO, Managera
aicKTOCKT -arras casas na 193- sksuusnt 25. 1876,
24. at. OB. ?w. ao. el. 48. 27. 3tt, 71, 10. 25,
SKWTCOST?CLaaa Wcx 194?ntHfftJA kt 25, 1870.
12. 73. ?4. 30, 11. 70, 42, 2. 30. 17, 8, 43. 61, 18,
jum?tliw CLAM wo. (n-run:i>T 25, 1878.
7. 53. 30. 1. 60. 28. 58, 48. 37, 8. 8, 24.
mWRT?CJAM WO M- miDilT 25, 187A
44, 31, 11. 80. 87. 15. 58, 70. 12, 8, 39, 37, 23. 70.
Pull information by applying to or addressing J. CLL'TK,
IKK) Broadway, or bos 4,889 I'm! office.
1> KBNTCCKY ITATB ftlMOUl NUMBER "*
JV. grand duiribntioo
on ibo Uarana plan.
81.M MuNB. DICKINSON A CO., MssirtrL
130U.000 In prison.
Whole tickoto $10.
Ail Prliti paid Id fbll, without dednctlnn.
_ To bo drown February 20.
Boys) floraiia. of Cnba. draw* March A
? _ Addrooo J. CI.l'TB,
BOO Broadway, or bos 4,98!) Pool office.
PILES, PILK8 -PRMORRHOIW OR P1LB3 PERMAncntly
eradicated In ion to toor week* without Ilealoroo,
cauetic, Ac. . consequently withont pom; perfect euro
guaranteed la 47477 1b*MM4 and not oao cant (dtarrad uuIU
aJUcidd. i>f. U0X% 21 Waal JttU lb
W YC
IK, SATURDAY, FEBRUA
SPECIAL NOTICES. . _
Nervous exhaustion.?a medical essay,
comprising is series of lectures delivered st K slip's Museum
of Anatomy, New York, no the cutisu end cure of Premature
Decline, showing indiiroutably how lost health may
be regained. affording a clear ayuopeis of the impediments to
marriage and the tre. tnibnt of nervous anil physical debility,
being the result of JO years'experience. Price 2b cents. Address
the author. Dr. L. J. RAlOi. office and residence ol
nasi loth u., New Yorlt.
OmCK iDK THB ~
NEW YORK" MUTUAL OAS LIGHT COMPANY,
northeast comer Uniou square,
4th sr. and ltHb St.
Nww York, Pab. 22, 1878.
Please take notice that on and alter the 1st day of March
next the price of gas furnished by this company trill be reduced
from $2 75 to $2 SO per 1,000 cubic feet,
C. K. GARRISON, President.
Charles Plack Secretary and Treasurer.
fFlcg
METROPOLITAN OAS LIOI1T QOMFANY.
Broadway, corner of 4?ith St.,
New Yobs, Feb. 24, 187a
To Onr Gas Consumer*
Notice is hereby given that on and alter the 1st of Vsrch,
1878, lire price or gas will be reduced from $2 75 to $2 50
per 1,000 cubic feat.
0. ZOLLIKOFKER, President.
Royal sax on lottery!
* Brunswick and Hamburg Lotteries.
Royal Ilnrana Lottery.
WACUSMAN A CO.. Bankers,
Post office box 3,310. 75 and 77 Nassau el
T~1IE ~
best Investment I
An
INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION BOND.
Whole bonds I, __ $2Q each
Half bonds $10 each
(Quarter bonas $5 each
Eight allotments annually.
All bonds participate in each series drawing until redeemed.
Each bond will receive more than its cosl
Ail the risk a purchaser runs is tbo loss of a portion of the
interval
A whole Bond mnst receive one of the following premiums
$21, $50, $100, $200, $500, $1,000, $3,000, $5,000,
$10,000, $16,000, $100,000.
Portions Of Bonds receive their proper proportion.
Next allotment March IS. and in April, Juue, July, September,
October, December. 187a
Buy a Bond now aud it participates in every drawing till
it is redeemed.
Fractions of drawn Bonds, In March Oth premium allotment,
$5 each.
Send for inducements to clubs.
Remit by express, postal order, bank draft, certified check,
registered letter, or order through any bank or banking
house, payable to the order of the Secretary of the Industrial
Exhibition Company, 12 East 17th St., New York. Specially
chartered by the State of New York fbr the purpose of building
in New York
a Palace of Industry.
It is officered and controlled by the ablest and most distinguished
busiueoa men of Now York.
General JOHN C. ROBINSON, President.
Hon. W. U GRANT, Vice President.
E. B. Ponn, Secretary.
Tub members ok the press and artists
ok new york
are respectfully invited to a privato viow of the colleetlon ol
PAINTINGS recently Imported by Mr. Adolph Kohn, of tbii
city at tho Kurts Art Gallery, Friday, from III A. M. to 6 P.
M . Saturday, day and evening, February 25 and 20.
TIT EAT THE PRESS SAYS.?DR. C. W. BENSON, A
M practising physician, at No. 100 North Eutaw St., Baltimore,
Md. (who has paid much attention to nervous diseases
), has discovered that Extract of Celery and Chamomile
combined. In a certain proportion, invariably cares
headacho, either billons, dyspeptic, nervoas or sick headache,
neuralgia and nervroisnoas. This is n triumph in medical
chemistry, and sufferers all over the country are ordering
by mail. lie proparei it in pills at 50c. a box, post free.
The doctor is largely known and highly respected In Baltimore.?Sun.
Sold by all druggists in New York. JOHN F.
UENRY A CO., Agents.
(jhOf 1BONDS OF THE INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION
V?l" Company that wcro drawn In the series drawing of
January 3, 18<6, and which bonds will participate in preminm
allotment of March 8, 187(1, are uotlficd that they will
be given in exehunge for snch bonds $1.10 each on presentation
of said bonds at the office of the Industrial Exhibition
Company, No. 12 East 17th St., 11 presented before premium
allotment.
diocn nnn ?sixth extraordinary wyoming'Lottery
; draws February 29; capital
prise, $100,000; second.$5(1,000; third, $25,1100; fonrtlr,
$20,000. Tickets. $1 ; six Tor $5. Prises cashed: circulars
mailed free. ALLEN a CO.. 79 Nassau A. New York.
SPORTING-DOGS, BlltUS, diC.
Dogs, imported setters, ac. fancy fowls
Pigeons, Rabbits, Aquaria Plants, Oold Fish. Ac.
BAGOT.,31 Fa I ton st.
OR SALE?A VERY LARGE AND STRONG ST. BKRnard
Dog; measures from head to tail feci 50 1st
St., Ilubukrn. N. J.
P~ USE'S NEW GALLERY, 70 PRINCE ST.-SWEEPstakes
on Saturday at 2 P. M. . shoot at 12 glass balls
each from spring traps; amateurs only; bring your shot
guns. IRA A. PAINB
__ HOUSES^ CA1UUAGES, AC.
At barker a son's
CITY AUCTION MART AND NEW YORK TATTERSALL'S,
Comer of Broadway and\39th st.
MAJOR CHARLES W. BARKElS AUCTIONEER,
REGULAR SALES of Horses, Carriages, Ac.,
EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY
AT 11 O'CLOCK.
TWENTY-FOUR hours allowed for trial on every hone
sold under warrantee.
THIS IS THE only auction mart in the State baring the
troper facilities lhr showing horses on sale?via., a large
riving Track entirely under cover, and plenty of room lot
examination.
CATALOGUE OF SALE TI1I8 DAY
AT 11 O'CLOCK.
ELEGANT TOP Pony l'haetoa, built to order by W. R.
Mortimer fur a prominent army officer who has been ordered
to the frontier; is of superb design and finish; cost
It-"', and is nearly n?w; also set One single HornoM.
THE hAMGUS sorrel trotting gelding MAJOR KINO. 13
high, foaled IStH, got by Careless, dam by Bellforfnder; his
best performance was at Schoharie, N. Y.. October 10, 187S,
winning In three straight heati, and obtaining his present
record of 2 f28: two years ago this wluter he trotted a race
on the ice at Kingston, Canada, winning in 2S7t?, 2 2H\,
2 28W; he has trotted a great many races and has either
geuerally WON or got PART OF THE MONEY; oe Is
Uner and FASTER now than ever before, and will TROT IN
2 20 tho coining season; bo is unequalled as a road horse,
either to the pole or single; has fine style and great bottom ;
Is one of the most valuable moneyed track horsea in tbe
country and Is louud and all right.
TOP SIDE BAR Road Wagon, by Howard.
FINE KOCKAWAV, bnilt by TerriU.
PAIR OF BAY Geldings, 13H high, 8 years old ; free and
stylish drivers; sharp travellers; an extra line business or
carriage team, and warrantod sonnd and kind.
HEAVY EXPRESS Wagon, Pole and Shafts.
NO TOP SIDE bar Wagon, by Vandergaw.
HEAVY HOKKEL Gelding, 1,130 pounds, 10 high, 6
years old; good, prompt driver; great worker and warranted
kind.
LIGHT BUSINESS Wagon, by Terrill.
ELEGANT FINE large Coupo or match Horse, 1<P<high,
6 years old; unequalled for stylo, action or appearance;
warranted sonnd and kind.
LARGE LOT of new and second hand Harness.
THIRTY OTHER top and no top Road Wagons, Depot,
Express and Business Wagons, Carriages, Ac.
TEN OTHER Horses.
FULL DESCRIPTION at sale.
SALES NEVER postponed on account of weather.
A -MAJOR CHAS. W. BARKER HAS THE PLEASURE
of announcing Mr. UKKRY BROWN'S, of Boston,
Mass.. uueuualled sale of the fastest GREEN EASTERN
BRED TROTTERS in America, to take place at PARKER
A SON'S City Auction Mart and New York Tattcrsalls, corner
of Broadway and SBth St.. on Wednesday next, March 1,
at 11 o'clock, and comprising TWENTY-ONE HEAD of,
without exception, the richest bred and raaat extraordinary
lot ot green ones that erer left the Eastorn country, aud
consisting of:?Block Mare NE AWANHAKA, got by General
Knox, 13)? high, fowled laflfl; can heat 2:35; is one ol the
best green marcs living Block More PORTLAND MAID,
gut by Godfrey's Patcben, 1 3Sa high, foaled in 1870; can
trot in 2 JO. Brown Geldings BROWN CHIEF AND
MATE (full brothers!, very closely matched, got by Clark's
Knox. l.W high, fo iled 1808 and 1889 ran trnt cln?* to
3 minutes togeilier ami beat it singly. Hut Geldings
DREW BROTHERS (.full brothers), got by lliram Drew,
li*4 Illicit, foaled 1808 and 180!*. very closely matched, can
trot lu .1:10. Korrel Mare KTTA NORCROsS, got by Skin
tier's Knox, 15L, high, foaled 187t>; can beat li:40. Sorrel
ilehilng FRANKLIN BOY. (fall brother to Etta Norcross),
15*. high, foaled 18*18; can trot in d minutes. Koan Maro
CAKhlK DREW, (tot by (Seneral McClelian. 15\ high,
loaled I87K: can trot In 8 minutes. Way Mare LADk TAOGAKT.
gut bv TaggarCt Alois. I ah, lb*, high, foaled 18l>8;
can trot In 3 minutes Chestnut Mare EASTERN' GIRL,
got by Honest Allen, IS high, foaled 1870; can trot In 3
minutes Brown Mare NELLIE. KISKE, got by Brandywine,
1SK high, foaled 1869; can trot in 3 minutes. Black
I.elding PENOBSCOT. rot by lleneral Knox, 1 high,
fouled ISilS; can beat 3Black Mare KTHKL, (lull siater.to
I'eoobscot), 15)? high, foaled 1*09: can trbt In 3 minutes.
Bay Gelding CARLTON, got by General Lyon, 181^
high, foaled 1870; can trot in 3 minutes. Brown Mare COR1XNA.
got by Gideon. I.. , high, fowled 1868;can trot in 8 minutes
t'tiestnut Mara GRACE MoRKIl.L, got by Wintltrop
Morrill. I.'i'j high, foaled 1868; can trot in 2 AO. Bay Gelding
OLAMO.V. got by Ikenoral McClelian. l-"?\ high, foaled
lr?i8; con beat 3;45. Chestnut Gelding Blil L*GL WATER,
got by Draco, 1.1k high, loaled 1808, can beat 3 -tO. tingle
or double. Block Gelding CAHUO, got by General Knox.
15>i high, foaled 1866 ran trot In 2 ;df>. Brown Gelding
AKKOWSlt;, got by Ethan Allen, lftS high, foaled 1808;
ran trot three heats in 2 ;SO or better; Is the best green,
moneyed track horee In America, and hasn't an equal as a
gentleman's roadster. Above are all warranted sound and
kind, and are now on exhibition at the Mart FOR TRIAL.
Mr Brown wishes it to bo DISTINCTLY UNDERSTOOD
that be Invites everybody to COME AND HIDE behind and
TEST rllE SFEKD and driving qualities of any of the lot
before bidding, and consequently, when the day of sale
comas, know what you ara bidding on. Catalognaa now
ready at thu Spirit and Tnrt "Rices and at the Mars Bala
without reserve or posthonemens '
\S -THE PARTICULAR ATTENTION OK GENTLEMEN
. Is,CALLED TO THE E?K<'l TOR S SALE OK SIX
VALUABLE AND BLOODED TBOTTINO HORSES.
ELEGANT CAKRi All Eh, WAGONS. HARNESS.
BLANKETS, ROBES, WHIPS, AC., AC.,
iuelodlhg (be tut Trotting Gelding, Voting Killlngham, got
b7 George Willie*. H year* old, warranted anand and kind
and to beat 2:23. laat bay Mara, Columbus Mald.br Young
Coluniboa, 8 year* old, warranted round and kind and to
baat 2 :l<6 ; faat bay Gelding, Lexington, by Caaatu* M. Clay,
0 year* old. warranted aonnd and kind and to trot to wagon
2:40; faat bay Gelding Obaarrar, by Clark Chief, 3 yeerr
old, warranted aonnd and alnd and to trot In 3 43; alao the
handsome and faat team, 1'rlnes Allen and Ilarry Allen, by
Ethan Allen, hill brother* 7 and H ye art old, warranted
aouud and kind and trot in S minute*.
N. B.?THE ABOVE BTucK ARK NOW ON EXHIBITION
AND EOR SALE AT THE PRIVATE STABLE,
NO. 4 WEST KiTH ST., IN THE REAR OP 140 6TH
AV , WHERE GENTLEMEN ARE INVITED TO CALL
AND RIDE AND TEST THE SPEED. THEY WILL BE
KOR HALE AT PRIVATE BALK CNT1L TCBHDAY
MORNING, AND THEN ALL THAT ARK NOT SOLD
WILL BE SOLD AT PCBLIC AUCTION.
By order of JOSEPH E. NAIVIN, Executor.
Auction hotick-new york puHlic horse
Market remored, 74th at,, Kaat Riser; 230 lloraea,
brood Mare*. Wagona, Carl*. Truck*, will be cold every
Wedneaday and Saturday, 12 o'clock.
BAR(TAIN.-o6ob~BLACK HORsfe, 16 HANDS.
warranted, been caed private only: Brewater Park
l-baaton . double and ailigl.'( oui>* llarneaa. WiJ-lu'.
VERY HANDSOME TURNOUT EOR A DOC'TOR?
A blark llorae, band* high, H ypara old, warranted
sound and ktatl; aleo, kite top Wagon aa4 Magnet*,
f Wpptl3lk?* .
>RK H
RY 9fl 1 Q7f? 1VTTTT STTPPT
JLV *. mv, xu i u< 1111 xx j
' HOUSES, CARRIAGES, AC>
A -THE GREATEST BARGAIN EVER OP.FERKD;
$175 will buy a beautiful shifting top Wagon cost
$45" ImI month; a fine Ilaruuss, $43, worth $1U<A Private
stable So. is East '-huh (A
?IRON GRAY COAL CART OR TRUCK HORSE,
1 win 3 month* old; luund and kind; no work, most
all; $40 to $1 Hi. 42 ElUabctb st.(butdier.)
A?fOR SALE, SEVEN IIORSBS SUITABLE TRUCK,
farmer, express and business; price from $40 to $130;
trial allowed. Ho Waat 3d aA, between Thorn peon and Sullivan.
C~ URill AUK REE At RING.?WE OFFER UNUKllAL
' lacilitiea for good and prompt work in our repair department;
estimates made; rummer carriages received now will
bo held for delivery in April. BREWSTER A CO. (of
Hroocuo ?A I; factory, Broadway and 47th *A ; warorooiua,
5th av. and 14th ?A
Coupe and six seat bockaways.
a. 8. flandrait,
I 372 and 374 Broome ft., old stand of Browster A Co.
"L^OR noRSESWITH SCRATCHES DAN MACE, J. IK
1. Walton. M. H. Whipple and John Murphy recommend
"Taleott's Care." J. C. TALCOTT, Proprietor, 100th ?A
and l?Hh av. Sold by MOSEMAN, 114 Chambers St.; KIDDER,
83 John SA
FOR BALE AT A BARGAIN?TBAMtOF FINK BLACK
carriage Horses, very stylish and very handsome, 7
years Aid: double Ilurness and eleiruut email sued Landaulet,
uaad four months ; together or separate.
? ANDERSON, (table 110 West 50th St.
FOR BALE? HORSE AND HAKNE88; WILL BE BOLD
separate or together. Can lie seen by applvlng at 1.UK2
De WOB av? oorner Reid ay., Brooklyn, up stairs.
ITIOjfsiALB?COUPE OR CARRIAGE HORSEv FINE,
r showy driyor and speedy ; warranted every way. Feed
store 390 Hudson sA
For sale?or will trade for cows, two
One young Horses, sound and kind, warranted; also light
exprea* Wagon and doable Harness. NELSON, 55 Bowery.
Harness.-tub cheapest harness store in
New York; flood Buggy Harness, hand made, $15;
good Grocers' Harness, $25; guoddoub|p team Harness, $30;
a good FT oris Blanket, $1 50. Eleaso cull and examine
yourselves. FISHER A OSBORNE, 71 Barclay sA
Horse blankets,
Truck Blankets, Dress Blankets, Stable Blanket*.
LARGEST STOCK AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
Hand made Harness of evorj description.
Save money by dealing direct with the manufacturer,
lb BARTLKTT, 02 Warreu si., corner College place.
NB COUPE KOCRAWAY BY MINER A STEVENR
one Conpo and light glass quarter Coach, one Landna
aud Landanlet. one Clarence, one second hand Top Pony
Phaeton, one Barouche, one Depot Wugon, top side liar
Wagon hy llrnomo street Brewster, fifteen top and open Road
Wagons by Stivers and other city makers, two second hand
, Sulkies and Skeletons by Cuffory.
WILLIAM II. GRAY, 20 and 22 Wootter >1.
WAN'fK D-A C LOSE MATCH ED TEAM OF HORSES;
also a single Horse; all must trot in 3 minutes; must
be SoaniL, kind, gentle, at least 6 years of ago and 15K hands
high. Address A. B. C., hex 106 lierald office.
WANTED?LIGHT "OMNIBUS Oil" IS'All! INK T, H>
passenger; name price, time of uso aud maker. Addrees
VEUICLE, box 1,441 Post office.
"IXTANTED?A LIVERY STABLE IN EXCHAGNE FOR
Tr uncuiubered Real Estate in Newark N. J. Address
M. S.. byx 481 Post office, Morristown, N. J.
<>7 k to $Tuo~Tor thkkkcart or truck
f V I ?' Horses, chunky built; Harness and Truck. 140
i West 17lh st.
d?l 7:/1?WORTH $250?BEAUTIFUL NEW TOP EXviou
press Wagon ; must soil; want offer. 124 West
19th si.
DRY GOODS.
Great reductions in carpets, at
LORD A TAYLOR S. 235 to 201 Urand st.
Brussels, last year's price, $1 85.
Brussels, this year's price. $1 OU.
Tapestry, last year. $1 15; now, $1.
Ingrain, all wool, lust year, 8Ue. ; now, 75c.
Also a large stock of Oilcloth, Mats. Rugs, Ac., Ao.
Linoleum a specialty.
Fnrnituro. Shades, Curtains, Bedding, Ac., Ac.; a full line
at greatly reduced prices from last year.
ISASKAU'S IIAIR NETS POR TUB FRONT HAIR;
with it ladles can dispense with veils: also Crimps made
out naturally curly hair. Braids, Ac. No. 7 Union square.
SIDE PLAITING DONE IN DIFFERENT STYLES. T'P
to 23 inch, by 8. JOSEPH, 3S Forsyth st,
POST ' OFFICE XOTIcii
POST OPFICE NOTICE.-THE FOREIGN MAILS
' X for the week ending Saturday, February 26, 1876,
will close at this offico on Wednesday, at 11 A. M.,
for Europe, per steamer Java, via gneenstovru; on
Thursday, at 11 :30 A. M., for Europe, per stenmer Horder,
via Plymouth, Cherbourg and Hamburg; on Saturday, at 4
A. M., fl?r Scotland direct, must be spocially addressed per
steamer Ethiopia, via Glasgow, and at 11 :30 A. M. for Groat
Britain, Ireland and France, per stoamcr City of Richmond,
via yuaenslown, and at 11.30 A. M.,for the Continent ol
Europe.,per steamer Salier. via Southampton aud Bremen.
Mails fbr Australia, New Zealand, Ac., leavo San Francisco
March 1. Mails for China, Japan, New Zealand, Ac., leavo
San Francisco March 1. Direct mail for Braxil. Ac., lepve*
New York March 8. T. L. JAMES, Postmaster.
~ INSTRUCTION.
A mathematician of man attainments, and
very successful as a teacher, having spare time, will
nperiadend the mathematical studios ol a low pupils. Address
X. Y. Z-, box 107 Herald office.
T) CURDING SCHOOL AT WILTON, CONN.?HOME
I) comforts, healthy locution: thorough Instruction; turms
moderate. Address AUGCSTL'S WIIITLOOK.
WANTED?NATIVE SPANISH AND ITALIAN TEACH
ars; beat refeicncos required. Apply at tlie New York
School ol Modern Languages, 46 West 3'Jtli it., between 0
, and lo A. M. and 5 and BP. M.
A LESSON.?CONVERSATIONAL FRENCH'
fJU by a Parisian lady; diplomee; translations. Mile'
VEltEL, 1,367 Broadway, room 33.
MUSICAL. ZZZ
A soprano d kfc ires a position in a protes.
iant or Episcopal church from May 1. Address COMPETENT,
Grand Conservatory of Music, 6th ar.
: wJWTLKMAN~OMURBAT experience gives
instruction on pianoforte, organ, harp and harmony,
at residence : $10 quarter; references. Address, with residence,
TEACHER, box 134 llerald Uptown Branch ofUce.
Gentlemen op church mosic committees
desiring to make changes in their choirs aro respectfully
Invited to caU at 810 Broadway (ALBERTO LAWRKNCE'S
Singing Academy), where tbey can be accouunodated.
MCBlCAJk?A FIRST CLASS TENOR IS OPEN PGR
a church engagement trom May 1. Address, stating
appropriation. F. E., Herald office.
B. GEO. G. ROCK WOOD. CONDUCTOR OP MCH10
at the Broadway Tabernacle, is open to engagement as
leader or tenor singer from May 1. A first class quartet IA
fall practice can be furnished 11' desired Address 860 Broadway.
rilLYOFORTES, ORGANS, AC.
A PRIVATE FAMILY WILL SELL THEIR ELEGANT
Steinway A Son's Pianoforte at a aacrttlce ; a beantilnl
rosewood upright Windsor Pisno. cost $132011, for #260. also
a Needham 8-stop sliver tongue Organ, cost $660. for $160.
CaU at private residence 130 West 36d St., neartilh av.
A ?FOR KENT. UPRIGHT, SQUARE AND ORAND
jV, Pianoa of our own make; also for sale and rent, a
number of Une second hand Pianos in perfect ordor. WILLLAM
KNAUK A CO., No. 113 &tb av.. above lBth St.
$100 ROSEWOOD PIANO FORTE?PIANOS TO
rent, $5 month and upward; instalments taken; new
instruments at great sacrifice. GOLDSMITH'S 30
Blecckor St., near Bowery.
lot of SECOND HAND PIANOFORTES, in
thorough order, for sale at moderate prices; also Pianofortes
on instalments. CinCh.LlU.NG A SONS, No. 160
fifth av., corner 18th st.
A BEACTIFUL PIANOFORTE, $100; PIANOPORTE9
J V to reut, $6 monthly ; installments token; Chlckariug i
and Steinway Pianofortes; bargains. i
J. RIDDLE, 16 Waverley place, near Broadway.
A PRIVATE FAMILY WILL SELI, TIIEIR ELEGANT 1
Steinway Pianoforte at a sacrifice; four round 7L? octave,
richly carved rosewood case, full agraffe, overitrung
Piano; cost $1,000, for $300; Stool, Cover: a ~>? octave
Dcrser <K tiros. upright riann, nearly new, 921a; mnitM
sold; box Tor (hipping. Call private rcsideuce 47 Waft
ltiili at. between 5th and Cth avs.
t HKAlPriPULLY CARVED ROSEWOOD 7 OCTAVE
jl. Pianoforte ; coat W50, for $ 100. 243 Kast .'fUth (t. '
V~LADY~ WILL 8ACBIPJCE HER7 1 3 OCTAVE
rosewood Piano, nearly new, (food maker, with Stool
and Cover;jnoney wanted. 23 Clinton place, near Broadway.
T<r PIANO DB ALERS AND OTHERS.?T11E BEST MP.
dium priced Piano in the world 1( the "ChrUtie.'
C|1I at the factory, 7M Harrow it., and Inspect.
* -O BEAT EST BAJtOA INS KVh.lt OFFERED IN
A. new and second hand Pianos and Organs; cash or instalments;
$10 monthly. PEEK A SON, 23 Clinton place,
near Broadway.
L~ADY WILL BBLL FOR 9I0? CIIICKERINO ROSEwood
Pianoforte, modern iinproveinentt, perfect order;
sweet, powerful tone. 2H l.ast 3d it, near 2d av.
rniiitP.K KLEliANT PIANOS KltoM PRIVATE I.WKlX
A Inge, by V. C. Lighto A Co., Narveson A Co.. Ilallet A
Davla, will be told at auction this day, at 12 o'clock, at
:i7 Nassau st. TL'.N'I.S JOIINSOS, Aaetioneer.
TTPRIOIIT AND SyL'ARK PIANOS AND OKtiANS TO
U rent very tow or sold on small monthly pavracnta, at
BKTTH' Waierooms, 7H8 Broadway, corner of Hltli St.
AMl'SKMKHTS.
CI HATE AU MABII.LK VARIETIES, 34TII ST. AND
J 3d av?The opening a decided success. Ilnndreds turned ;
away. Immense bit of "The Seven Beauties; or, It's
Naughty, but It's Nice." The Spiciest, Naughtiest and Most 1
Attractive Entertainment In New York. t
If you. leal dull and out of aorta, 1
And wish to climb to heights sublime,
Just visit the Chateau Manilla, I
And you'll have "a high old time "
MATINEES TUESDAY AND Tilt'lthl)AT, AT 3. _
MASONIC TEMPLE, 3MD 8T.~ AND "OTll AV.25c.
and 50c. ;
Dit. JOIIM~LORD, J
ASSOCIATION HALL. MONDAY, ;
martin lutmkr.
Tickets for 11 lectures, W>; tingle, 7No. i
EST NEW MCSIO. 1
"Emancipation Day," by author of "Mulligan Ouards," ;
Hrahm. 35 cents; "Pond Liltes Matures," Dorn, NO cents;
"Keep a Little Corner in Your Heart for Ma," Chamberlln, ;
33 cents; "Skidmore Onard Oalop," .si cents; "Down Among >
the Sugar Cane," Blake. 40 cents; "Slavery Days," Brahm, j
4"cents; "Daisy's Dream," meditation for piano. Melnln- <
cer. W>cants; copies mailed. WILLIAM A. POND A CO.,
.'47 Broadway; branch, 39 I'nlon square.
TTllIcicERIlfa HALL.
\J Mil A?. Lvctura Coaraa.?'Tnraday, February 20 Dr P
II. Chapln on "John Hampd<-n, or Hie I'rocren ol i'onular
Liberty. llebeta al J'nn<ra, Ill* Union aquara.
V COMIM.KTK OQKTROL OVIB rift He II AN MIN iT
A To-night, ItWaonlc Temple, jtte an d 5uk
FRORThIIRRH AND BRKATIl 25 CP\Til"
'.??')t*VKAICS.*nr7 Broadway *
W0AND AJIAZRMKNT ?
, linill IrUjfc ??P?niaurel aaanclaa r
[ERA
jement. ;
_ AmilKHIEItTR.
ACADEMY OP MUSIC. T1TIEN8.
TO-DAY (SATURDAY). FEBRUARY 2tl, AT 1 30,
GRAND TlTIENS MATINEE,
LA FAVORITA.
MLLE. TIIKKESA TITIEN8.
BRIONOLI, TAiiLlAI'IETRA. RRIJfA
Musical Director And Conductor M AX MARET/.EK
Seat! run now t>? secured ut lbs box oi'.ico of the Academy
of Muale and at 114 Broadway.
MONDAY. Kebrtiary 'AH, Bunion Thtirira,
T~ UKRESA TITIENS TO-DAYJ
LAST APPEARANCE
BEFORE HER DEPARTURE
FOR BOSTON
at tb?
MATIUEES AT 130 P. M.
Matinee to-day, at i:.to p. m.. '
at the ACADEMY OP MUSIC.
la kavorita.
Mile. THERESA TITIKN8... ,aa LEONORA
ttnionT souark tiiTFatre.
U Mr SHERIDAN SHOOK Proprietor
Mr. A M. PALM Kit Manager
THIS WEEK.
AN SKID TO 100TH TIME OP
UNDOUBTED ROSE MICHEU
TRIUMPH. Monde; evening, Feb. 28, lUOtb performance.
to day, sixteenth matinee op BOaE micheu
Heatv secured two week* in ndvence.
Mrsara SHOOK A PALMER, in accordance with their
rrnitnm upon the hundredth performance of playa at thia
theatre, will, on Monday evening. Peb. 28 (tne hnndredth
performance of ROSE MIC1IEL). prnaent to every lady entering
the theatre a aouvenirof the event. On Ihla ocra iou
the aonvenir will be an elegant volume of eighty page*,
bound In latin, aud containing a history of tho remarkable
lucceiaea of thia theatre, together with accurate illuatratlona
of all the acenei <>t there great playa and the caat* of
all the playa giveu iu the house.
I~~SAOLi: theatre, BKOADM'ay_anTJ -'.'id st.
J Mr. JOSH HART Sole Proprietor and Manager
Matinee UNCLE ANTHONY .Matinee
this day and the entire evening bill thia day
at 2. will be given at the at 2.
Matinee MATlNKEr Matinee
Matinee. The entire Star Company MaUnee.
At the MATTNEK. At the.
The Coming Man, I at the I Port Wine va Jealousy,
MATINEE. MATINEE. MATINEE.
Wallace's.
Proprietor and Manager?Mr. lester wallace
EVERY EVENINfl~DCRTNO THE week
AND SATURDAY MATIN LK.
will be presented, with new and appropriate Scepery and
Appeintiucnta, Onldainith'a glorions Comedy of
SUE STOOPS TO CONQUER.
CHARLES MARLOW Mr. LESTER WALLACE
Other characters by Monttrs. JOHN tSlLHKRT. HARRY
BECKETT. C. A. STEVENSON, K. M HOLLAND. J. W.
SHANNON, W. J. LEONARD. 0. E. EDWIN, MUs ADA
DYAS, Mine. PONISI, Miss IONB BURKE and Miss K.
TUORNTON.
rpnIRD AVENUE TliEATRF B. W. HITCHCOCK,
-L Proprietor. Between 30th anil 31st sts. O'Connell's
lllhemicu and Panorama of Ireland, America, Ruins. Mike
Gallagher, famous Irish comedian; Admiral Dot, the small,
est man in the world; l'utti Rosa. Mr. Bobscott; Burton and
Woods. J. W. McAndrewa. the French Twin Sisters George
Warren. Harry I<eslie. J. D. Ronme, Dick Sands, C. K. Scalier!.
Grand Extra Matinee Tuesday, Eehruary 23 (Washington's
Birthday), at 2 P. M_ Family Matinee every
Wednesday and Satnrday at 'A
Globe theatre! globe,
72m and 730 Broadway, below 8tli itK.
W. BUTLER Manager
1870. CENTENNIAL. 1870
The standard Variety Theatre of New York.
CHANCE, CHANGE. Sumo thine no w and jolly every time.
GLOBE, | GRAND FAMILY I BRING
GLOBE MATINEE ALL THE
GLOBE I at 2 o'clock. I CHILDREN.
Better than Sermons. The wonderfhl Comedians.
8AM RICKEY, MASTER BARNEY, BILLY BARRY.
Senator BOB HART, CUAS. BENEDICT. EUGENE BLITZ,
Messrs. UUGAN and LORD.
ALEX ZANKKKTTA, the rroat Clown, and
ZANPRKTTA PANTOMIMB TROUPE.
Miss LIZZIE KEL8EY, the charming Queen of Song.
Together with
REGULAR COMPANY OF EXCELLENCE.
Afternoon?Doors open at 1; evening at 7.
Box oRlco open daily for sale of seals.
ONY PASTOR's N e\v Til KATRb!
NMj and 687 Broadway.
A a>
TO-NIGHT, T TONY PASTOR'S. Throe
tbo TONY PASTOR'S. hours
irreat TONY PASTOR'S, of
Holiday TONY PASTOR'S. delightful
Bill. enjoyment.
THIS ? The"
(Saturday) <S 9> Tlieatre
NIGHT, TONIGHT. always
N. C. GOODWIN. tho crowded.
GREAT HILL. THIS
<?> ? ??4> The
(Saturday) only theatre In
NIGHT. New
Uerr SilULTZ. York
Secure seats that
ICO early this ?
Famous Stan. morning turns
The best lor tho ??
entertainment performance people
in New York. to-night. away.
<S> ri> ?
WOOD' 8 MX' 8 E UM~ WOODS',
rnis DAY.
MATINEE AT 2. EVENING AT H.
GENERAL ADMISSION. 26 CENTS.
A GREAT BILL.
C. T. NICHOLR A. H. SHELDON.
THREE PIECES?THE TRAMP, NURBS, THE
BOUNCER; AND JOE, TUB ORPHAN.
G1 RAND OPERA HOUSE...
r TUIS EVKNIS(f FEBRUARY 20,
LAST NIGHT Olf
LUCILLK WESTERN,
when alio will appear ui
MARGARET ROOK LEY,
in the uirillinir Drama of
THE CHILL) STEALER.
Tbe Irxxt EAST LYNNE matinee tbl> aftornoon at 2. Ail
remr red seats, $1; admission, Mi cents.
Brooklyn tueatbjl
Lcescas and Muuagors Messrs. SHOOK A PALMER
SUCCESS I EVERY EVKNTNO TIU3 WEEK
or and at tlie
QUEEN | SATURDAY MATINEE, at 2 o'clock.
AND | QUEEN AND WOMAN.
Woman.
| MONDAY EVBNtNO. Pebrnagf 2f,
Mrs. O. O. H O W A KD In UNCLE TOM'fc-CABi i
Academy op music. kelloog.
Mr C. D. HESS Director
The sale of Reserved Seats lor the brief teasnu of
KKLLOUO l J KAN I) ENGLISH OPERA
announced to commeore on MONDAY EVENING. February
28. IS NOW OPEN.
The first reprrsentatlonnf the season will present
Miss CLARA LOUISE KELLOGG
in ber unrivalled rendition of Lady Henrietta in Klotow's
popular opera
MA RTI f A
On TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 2S>.
the favorite primaihinna coutrulto. Mrs. ZKI.DA SKoriN,
will/Vreivc ber annual Benefit. The performance consisting
of Hal fit's BOHEMIAN GffcL.
VAN ZANDT and Mra SEGUXN both appearing with a
strong east.
WEDNESDAY?Myerbeer's Grand Opera the
STAR OK THE NORTH.
Its first production bore In English, Kellogg as ("atarlna.
THURSDAY. ERNANI (Van Zsndt). ErTDAY, lucia
(Kellogg) SATURDAY NIOIIT, MARITANA (Van Zandt).
GRAND OPERA MATINEE ON . SATURDAY.
Miss CLARA LOULsK KELLOGG appearing.
Reserved Sests $2. sold at the Academy, at Sclurinor a, 701
Broadway, and at 114 Kroadway.
Lyceum theatre?tnjs (Saturday) evening,
tor the boneflt of the New York Foundling Asylum.
Valentino McOlutchey?J. LL Alligrr; Coluuel Lacy?(J.
Pynerly; Captain de Balis?A. H. lllnton: Norab (.'romle,
Eileen McDenuott (the foster sisters) ? Mrs. t E. Sykes,
Mrs. Bessie Vox; Lady Maode Mnntravera?Miss Alice
Woodbull; Matt Cromic, Dngald McTavtsh. Harry Dllkes?
Major .lames Haggerty; Sergeant Kearney?Thorns a
B. Meagher; Patsy I.awlor? Hugh O'Neil; Arthnr,
Karl of Mot and Montravers?W. M. Vorman.
A drama founded on events which took place In Ireland during
the Insurrection of 1K07, which will on presented by the
members of the Comua Amateur Dramatic Association, assisted
by Toluntoers from the Twelfth regiment, N. i J N.Y. 8.
Act 1 "-Back again to the old home. Act 2?The shamrock
Is gathered in the enemy's camp. Act 8? Member of Parliament
for the eoanty Clare. Act 4 Die shadow of death.
Act 3?Day dawns, and tha shamrock Is transplanted. Parquette
arid dress circle, $1; orchestra solas $1 3U. Doors
opeti at 7 :30. Performance to commence at n.
OWKRY TliKaTKR
Mr. FRANK FKAYNF. and his Kentucky Rifle Team In
KI 8LOCUM; or,
LIFE ON THE WESTERN BORDERS.
Big. E.NRtCCU FRIZ/.O in Ids great feats of PRJi-S flDIOT.
TATION and NECROMANCY.
New novelties in active preparation.
TUEOT TUOMA8' 8YMPHUNY CONCKRlo ~ ~~
AT 8TEINWAY II ALL.
SATURDAY EYENINO, February 26. at &
FOURTH SYMPHONY CONCERT.
Soloist, Mr. WILLIAM MASON, Piano.
Symphony, in C(No. 13. Breitkopf A llaertel'aedition) Haydn
Concerto. In C (Koechel, 4K7), piano and orchestra...Mosart
Mr. William mason.
Overture, "Coriolan," op. 63 .............Beethoven
Bulto, No. 3, In F, op. li?4 (now) ? Raff
In Cngartseher Weise.
Prices of admission as usnai. The sale of reserved seat*
and tickets will commrnre this morning at the box olllre of
Stclnway lialL at U. Bchirmvr's, No. 7ur Broadway, and et
Theatre Ticket ipflica. No. 114 Broadway.
S" AN FKANClSCO~MlNHTKKLS . Ul'l'.UA HO VoK,
AN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS' I Broadway.
BAN FRANCISCO MINHTRKLB' corner 29ih sk
IMMHNNK HIT. HOURKS packed.
JULIUS, TIIK HNOOKKK;
J U LIL'S, THE SNOOALil;
THE CONSPIRATORS oV THOMPSON STREET.
nil lh?
FUNKY OLD OA!.*.
FUNNY OLD OAJ.R.
FINNY OLD UAL8.
IATINEB TO-DAY AT X KYRNTNO. AT R.
.'OAF 8UD8, LIOl'OH, ANOFLS. HF.AITTFt'J. LA!j
(lien, Sn?k?,?, Mtule. llnrmlnM Prlin Fight*, Toulhaclin
KOFKSNOH BKLKW, Mafoie Tarn pie. i.. night.
n HUM AN l/ THEATRE.
UT AD NKUENDoRFP Director
TONIGHT. BENEFIT OF ALBERT KEHZLRR. ?
DER VKtLCIIENtURRMtH.
Neweat Gomedy. In f??r net*, by Homi.
Af ASONl(f TEMPLE TO-NIGHT. 2:il> ST. AND ITTII
1>1 ??.?Mm Dr. M. A MILLER nnd JOHN 0KIKF1N.
A/INN IE PAJJIKR AS QBRTUTDB tX TUB NEW
1YI DRAMA. "LAUOniNO KYB8" GRAND OPERA
IOL'HE, INDIANAPOLIS, tND., FEBRUARY 38 TO
IAHCH 4. INCLUSIVE.
Af ABONIC TEMPLB TO*NtODT.-TUK WONDERFt'L
IY1 Hallucination. Mind ovtr matter. Admlaaion l?> end
KlconU.
Q YTBRTHBIM'S CONCERT. AT LVRIC HALL.llTH
Oe a* , near 42<l it., on Wodnaaday, March I.IK7M. The
.1 io ?In,. _n . , kl i'I... 7..?l.r Mr
I'b. Fmach, Mr. Jullus Boehra ifmm Vienna). tolo piamat;
Mim H. Narliiumin. Mr. Adnlph Hohot, ft. Werttaelin. *olo violin;
aoeompanllt, Mr. Alfred Boehro Door* open *1 7k F.
M j tseommtner at ft. Ticket" ftl . to bo hod Mr. Werthaim'i
reddeiica, 3-ift WeM dftth it., betworn Bth and Oth
*** ' ?* " h*"- _______________
rnivoLpTiJBAfiJS;^ ~ ~
1 ftth it, bet***n 3d and 3d a**,
ftwta* Cotta?a, . Bottom Jubilee,
flnade Daacb, Frank Naont,
Harnandaa Kavel Faatouilma Tmnpa.
mum cijT"cot-u WATiUL to-ViOUT."
LD.
PRICE FOUR CENTS.
autoh K*K.vr*.
jpARE TUEATUE, BR O AD Wax A^O ?20 ll
J?VEBY NIQ11T AT & SATURDAY BATHEE-AT A
iy? IL U. K. BOW L.-f > K W C'OMEXJY. '
J ^ ISA hi BLABS. " BRAh.i
yiiw qoxFasy, elegant apFoIntmestS
/^ROWUKD"MOUSES DELIS!fITElj lsV f 1 IE
"QRIUINAL nii-Agirvw (NYM LBYMBEE).
Ti<Ti. orncE ope* a to a "
Jl^KEE U5f ENTIRELY SL'SEBNOKO.
&- O. F. BOWB AS VYATPfOli STRAyl
QBE Tint; KUiO ?
JP*ACTT" FACT 17 ??????
" I ASSURE YOU 1"
FtH AYHMUB TIIEATRbT TFvhllY ND ilii\ wTOal
it Proprietor and Manaper Mr. Al UU.STIN IIALY
73d to 76th tino ol Mr. Augustin Dtlr'l tutccssiul Dtania,
PPPP II QQQQ iU U EEEE
P P II Q Q U UK
PPPP II y Q U U EKE
P IT Q 0 Q U UK ,7
p II QQQQ UUUU EEF.E ,
A PLAY OP TO-DAY.
Uousei cmtrdad ! Sumptuous Scenery' Extraordinary Cast I
Min Fnnny Duvenphrt,
Mr. Charles Fisher, Mr. I) li ll.trkinn,
Mr. James Lewis, Mr. W.
Daridge, Mr. F. Ilardenherir.
PIQUE?ELEVENTH Maurice Barrvmore, J< hp Drew,
C. H. RoekwrJI. and Miss JeffreysTYEKK.
I.ewi?, Mia. Emily Rigl. Mrs. U.
IL Gilbert, Miss Kate Holland,
Miss Sydney Cowell itud
Mr. John Brougham.
% PIQUE MATINF.E, TO-DAY. AT 1 :3<>. _
WjpiQUE MATINEE)"" "tiTII AVENUE THEATRE.
TO DAY, AT lj* O'CLOCK,
PI QUE I
Tha great play of to-day I
LYM.PIC TUEATRBi 634 BROADWAY.
Tho great Rnrlesque,
MATINEE JULIUS CN/E3AR,
M ATINEE JULIUS UN.ttS vR
M ATI NEK JULIUS CN.ESAK.
MATINEE JULIUS ON/KSAK, MATI
N l.E WITH ITS QKKAT CAST.
MATINEE MAGNIFICENT APPOINTMENTS,
MATINEE CORRECT COSTUMES
MATINEE and appropriate effect*.
TO-DAY BRIC-A-BRAC OLIO
TO-DAY by the irreat
TODAY OLYMPIC COMPANY,
TO DAY acknowledged Ly all
TO-DAY Uioc
TODAY TUB BEST COMBINATION
TODAY IN AMERICA.
AT 3. EVERY FEATURE
AT 3. IN THE PROGRAMME
AT X BRIOIIT, NOVEL AND SPARKLINO.
TULIUS CA;SAR-GRAND MATINEE AT BOOTH'S
TP ID URJ. DCglUS (11 I i(U
rf)D PERFORMANCE OF JUL ITS I'/USAR
Zi NEXT SATI.: RDAY EVENING.
17VfU WBBA OF JULU'S C.KHAR
IV/ Ssat* rxri be secured in Advance.
BOOTH'S THEATRE. MATIN KK DAY.
JAKKETT A PAbMKIt Lessees and Manager*
TWO OKAND PERFORMANCES TO DAT.
EVERT NIGHT, at this (SATURDAY'S) MATINEE,
and until lurtber advertisement, representation, with nnexifmpled
apleudor. of the great Tragedy. JULIUS CESAR,
with an unparalluleU congregation of Shakuxpearians ID
the cast. Including
Mr. LAWRENCE BARRETT aa CAIUS CAS^IUS,
Mr. F. C. BANGS as MARCUS ANIONICS
and
Mr. E. I.. DAVENPORT aa MARCUS JUNIUS BRUTUS.
Mr. Milnai Loviclt (especially engaged to act the title part
of the play) and the eniiro company of Hooth'i Theatre.
P1W >M INE NT F K ATI' R f.S
pf the grand Shakespearian presentment, beyond the extranrdinarv
cast, are splendid original Music, GRAND
PROCESSIONS and TABLEAUX, a multitude or auxiliaries
and magnificent scenery.
THE FINALE
of the play is A grand tableau, the BURNING OF THE
BODY OK BRUTUS ON TIIK PLAINS OF PIUL1PPI.
OOD STREET THEATRE
sLO (late Dan Bryant's), .
231 > ST., NEAR GTll AV.
Mr. WILLIAM PASTOR Manager
Great success of the world renowned and legitimate
CALIFORNIA MINSTRELS.
& < > GO Star Ethiopian Artists.
| ti COMEDIANS.
MATINEE 21 VOCALISTS
THURSDAY j A MAMMOTH ORCHESTRA.
| 30 SPECIALTY PERFORMERS.
A, /i> 3 INTHRLOCI'TOKS.
A BETTER SEXTET THAN EVER HEARD TS
NEW YORK BEFORE.
A GRAND DTORAMIC APOTHEOSIS OF 1776 1S7S.
A BRILLIANT ILLUMINATED FIRST PART BORNE.
HOUSES NIGHTLY OVERFLOWING WITH FASHIONAHLE
AUDIENCES
A COMPLETE REVOLUTION LN MINSTRELSY.
Carriages may be ordered at 10 20.
muKAi^ coj?iq1e.
1 Sit Breswty.
Mr. MATT MORGAN - Manager.
MATIN Eli CLASSIC LIVING
TO-DAY. TABLEAUX. PICTURES.
A NEW OLIO.
MATINEE TODAY. MATINEE,
MATINEE TODAY 2 P. M.
0 A TH STREET UI KHi HOI SB, UKIWfcU 2D AN LI
Crjb 3d ara. BVKKY ErKKIKO AT H.
WILD CIIAHLT DANCERS.
PARISIAN CANCAN.
KRENCn SOLOS.
FEMALE MINSTRELS.
so variety- artists.
MATINEE WEDN'KSDAY AND bATlTIDAY.
J)ARISIAN VARIETIES, 16TU ST. AND IS ROADWAY.
GRAND OLIO?60 STAR ARTISTS.
A. <4> CTIRONIOt'E <? <4>
1 MATINEE | 8CANDALKUSB; I MATINEE
TO- or, TODAY.
I The BROOKLYN SCANDAL DAY.
4 ? & <b- <t>
TIII8 EVENING, At 8 o'clock.
Llreliert, Funuieat end Soicioat Entertainment In New
York.
Fettle Stewart, I Oarljle end Son. | Tame* Meeaenger.
lliich tjaggerty. Mntul Meryle, L end P Parker.
Millia Bertha. I Mile. Cam mar*. | Mile. Young.
handsomest" ballet
and
The Moet Beantlfnl Modela In America.
New Programme and Seeeral Now Stars for Monday.
IlRIC 11 ALL,
J sth ar , between diet and 42d H*
Mine mi'rio -CELLI'S
ORAND operatic entertainment,
SATURDAY EVENING. February 20, 1876.
. . ScooM I rum
TROVATORE, NORMA.
FAUST, PR A DIAVOLO.
To conclude with Iba great Somnambulist Scene of Verdi'e
?*** macbeth.
SUNG BY MMK. MCRIO-CKLLL
TUB I'M THE 4TRK
lIoJUM Y kvk.vino, FEBRUARY 28.
THE OPERA Or
CTN HALLO IN M ASCII ERA.
BENEFIT OF SAMARITAN HOME FOR TUB AGED,
iloa office open from I until d P. M.
S~T*BINWAY HALL "
TUESDAY EVENING, February 21). 1*70, at 8 o'clock.
II ERR S. LI HP. LING'S
GRAND CONCERT.
The following dlettngulahed artlnta hare kindly consented to
aui?t:?Mile. Kugeuie Pappenheiin. the coirbr.lrd Prima
Donna: Mr. Fred Stetna, the laconic Uaano, Mr. 8 B. Milla,
the eminent Pianiat: Mr. Max Lieblinjr, Accninpanint.
Tickeu 81, liicltidiuir reaerred ?< ?t. lor aalc at Stelnway
nail and at Schirmer'a, 7lll Hroadway.
^MEUICAN GEOGRAPHICAL, SOCJET*.
Saturday, February 28, 1870, at S P. M.,
At Chlckerltig Hall. comer 13th it. and 5th ar.
Chief Jnitlce DALY, the Prettdent,
will deliver the annual nddn?t
Subject?"Exploration*. Dircoverle* end Geographical Work
of the World in ItOV'
lUmtrated by Mereoptloan ilewi
Kl.IAI, F. HALL. Recording Secretary.
TUK ORAIOKIO SOCIETY OP NEW IIMA
combined with
THEODORE THOMAS ORCHESTRA.
Third Concert of tint leeiou on
MONDAY EVEN 150, lebruary 23,
STEISWAY II ALL,
WAMTROIS NIOIIT F. Mcrdelieehn
AULA FROM E/IO (N a.-ce *1 homo) O. F. Handel
and for (he fim time in America
CIIRLSTL'S Kir*l I'art) t. Lhit
for Soil Chortii, Orcheitra and Oman.
Dr. L. DAMHOSCll. Conductor
Admiaalon. II
Keierred eoMe. I Op cento extra
Tlrkele tor late at lit and 701 Broadway and Mum way
Hail
OCIKTY SOCIABLES EVERY MATL'KDAY EVENING,
Kerrero't Aaaeiubly Kooint, Tammauy Building, 14th it.,
CARTIKH A Co., Manager*.
1A8T WEEK-NINTH ANN LAI, EXlll BITION OF
J the American Society of I'alntert In Water Colore now
open at the National Academy of Dedrti, comer of 4th ar.
and 23d it., dally (Sunday* excepted!, from 0 A. M. until 6
P. M. and fromT nntil N> K. M.
Will cloee Haturdar, Kebrttary 28. 1ST?.
"/"VCR PATRIOT FLAO -BORSBLKY 8 GREAT
V/ national anng-a* lung at tha Ac idemr of Mnilo
February 22. with uninenie eucceei. nrlre 4Hc.; elm 'Olonrai'
beautiful conge, "Hint We Then Meet ai Strangere?"
"Haunting Kyee" and "Golden llourx," 4(?e. each: 'Better
Tlmee" walttei. Strauti. 73c.; "Anl Wiedeiiebeu." tfalU,
Aroninn btle.; "Centennial March," Maak, .Vie. "
Ki.bli.l.r.l h? I H lltTMIS A I'll 711 ttrea |W*V.
TO L*T,
TURATRR COM1QCK.
314 Broadway.
Apply la
a A. FREfM

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