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Siui&ay WLition. Nov. fcU.
** [Written for the New York Dispatch.)
THE UNION TRIUMPH AT THE POLLS,
By W. A. Devon.
x Then up, up, hurra I
Let our battle-flag wave,
Now we’re united,
The old Union to save.
From foul traitor hands.
Who would dare to pull down.
Our bright starry gem,
Our own flag of re mown 1
That flaunted in pride,
In the face of all foes,
Till once in their hate.
Her own children arose.
And in their fierce madness,
’ They have sought to defori*
Freedom’s last refuge
From Tyranny’s storm I
But up, up, hurra I
For united we stand,
With Freedom’s bright glare,
In a firm, steady hand ; j
.Resolved that we’ll fight
Till red Treason is hurl’d.
Down, down t’ the dust
In despite of the world.
Hail to the triumph
We have gained at the polls.
Its voice like th’ thunder,
All invincibly rolls I
And tells o’er the earth
( That we still will uphold.
The Stars and the Stripes
Which our father’s unroll'd!
Once more Father Abe
Thy command has gone forth.
And free we obey,
With the strength of the North ;
Whose sons are resolved,
Let whatever betide,
They’ll stand like a rock,
By the Government’s side <
I hear their might tread,
As they’re marching through the land,
They come in valiant pride,
A brave heroic band ;
Who leave their all behind,
For wounds and death before,
As did their gallant sires
In th’ glorious days of yore I
From Maine’s rude stormy coast,
I hear the battle cry,
* s * Dirego” shakes the woods,*
And rends the starry sky ;
While from out the forest
And from the rock bound shore,
I see a noble host
In serried columns pour.
While bright New Hampshire's sunt
Displays its morning light.
Just as her banners shine,
On the nation’s dismal night ;
i Hie while her noble sons
Are ready for the fray,
Dispelling Treason's gloom,
And restoring Freedom’s sway.
« And Vermont’s motto shines.
Amid the dismal rack,
•“ Unity and Freedom,
Reveals her steady track t
Freedom for the bondmen,
And Unity for all;
Thus her gallant heroes
< Hath made their battle call.
Next, brave Massachusetts,
With her bright, naked blade,
Peace under Liberty,”g
She shouteth, undismayed.
First t’ fall at Lexington,
And first at Baltimore—
Sons all worthy of the sires '
That fell in days of yore.
Rhode Island with her shield
Of Hope upon the tide,J
\ Hath ranged her little band
On Freedom’s bleeding side.
And brave Connecticut,
Her motto still her stay ;
' Hp who hath transplanted,
Will still maintain our sway i”T
Now, see, the Empire Stats;
Is marching in the van—
Excelsior,” her cry,*
She peeleth still to man.
While her countless thousands
Have shed a purple sea
* l'o restore th’ stricken land
To its lost Unity.,
And still they forward march
< Attheir country’s call,
>Ever foremost in the strife,
To leave, the last of all.
. And Pennsylvania eprlngsft
Upon her wild mustang,
And leading in the charge,
She seeks the battle’s clang I
The latest born of all
• The noble sisterhood#
Is foremost in the cause
To shed her infant blood ;
And may sweet Maryland
“Increase and multiply,”liH
z Till not a stain of blood
Shall on her fingers lie.
Kentucky has arose.
Obedient to the call,
And on the “ bloody ground
Hath let her lifeblood fall;
While from the crucible
O' -to cometh bright,
-And bares her noble arm
* >e cause of Truth and Right!
GAN
.ih and might,
is
' - • ht
• ive,
, , • , • by side
• t ■ ) aava.
[chain,
dntain;
>ehind
and march;
ds,
. . h’arch;
»,
each pore,
t ed,
’s roar I
’ hs,
1 try’s call
i arms.
• ■ a leagued,
'•> -üblime,
l 1 de
’ ” ie!
* “ I riotto of Maine.
+ Th j dark clouds of night, is
parto ' lire.
i Fr ‘ ptto of Vermont
. I “E ertatequietem.” By the
sword iy, is the motto of Mas*
fi»chw , . a
§ Tt .a shield with an anchor,
all flo . ---■ ‘Viotto is “ Hope.”
5 * “ who transplanted, still
’ SUstau icut.
** r ‘‘ • motto of New York,
* ’♦oiX iS Bupported b >' twu wild
# y
II ’’—increase and multiply,
ands.” The old nam® of
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' City and
A Killed w&ile bentover
v rrible Encounter.—The Murderer dies
, With m in his Hand.—Yesterday, Coroner Nau
th f e r y ~ an u unknown man, at
ihe.JUth Precinct Station House, Manhattanville. Ftom
the evidence of six or seven witnesses, it appears that at
1 o clock on I nday as J antes E. Merriam was in a Bloom-
< . ingdale stage passing the St Nicholas Hotel Jt'll6th street,
be J rd t V, e c ” Murd «r!” and “for God’s sake send
an officer,” pr aing from the hotel, when he left the
stage and pro cdedjo the spot from which the sounds
I proceeded, where he wund a man bent over Henry Allen
in the act of murdering him with a rigger’s knife, whicli
fee wielded with great force. Mr. Merriam at once an
nounced himself as an officer, and ordered the mur
relc£ 1° the same time catching the
* »2i kn K fj 2 vas bein g Ponged at the
liead of the prostrate bar-keeper, and striking him
p repeatedly on the head with a loaded cane. He
then gave the assailant a detei mined jerk, to get him off
/ :£. 1S victim, which raised both of them. At this instant,
Merriam, observing a young man come in the dining
joom, where the scuffle w ,s going on, called to him “for
* ke 1 3 1 S n ? a P£ p ” Thft y° un ? man took hold
* and conducted him away. The assailant then
turned up/>n Merriam, making a fearful plunge toward
BuccppdAd W - ith kn ! f c, when he dodged the”blow and
?vWcli d aflS- pistol , {ro l n its sheath, with
aflei a fearful straggle, he fired one
ceased ”After effect , in thc shoulder of dc-
SgX/mtfin K am>th?r d ?w c,< ? ed in £ pon Me rriam
i heart but th? v ®F ort to Rhinge his knife into
several holes in raz i e<l coat, cutting
the hand with which he helu released
\ other shot which pierced = a !i d £?’
desperate scoundrel made another Yet
L knife into Merriam’s body, andl in
came exhausted, and fell lifeless to the be *
Jberng an endeavor to use in.s knife. Durin^’wSj 3 ™ 81 act
ter. uie deceased did not utter a word it°an™ cucoun-
B jhe had entered the dining room just after the family had
r wsen from dinner, and without makiag the sIIShSL,
F ' £? his murderous attack upon Aha,
F teed to defend himself as well as he could, and wh™
Men-lam entered the room he found the chairs all iwwt
. 2E- d ewry indication of there having been a terrible
B^erawlHrosfleree Ust °' l SOine flfteen a “ ,lntcs 1U:,) ’
dn A + fter A he Juggle was over, .MenMim took
Shv ♦Vl en ♦ then reported himself and tne facts of
t0 H Capta u Hartt, of the Thirtieth Precinct Ser-
Graham being on duty at the time. The jury rem
fc,d^ a J e Mt ICt w Of homicide.” Gre J at y P raii
fedue to Mr. Merriam lor his valuable service in this
WaS *? rmerlv ai ? officer in tht Fourth Pre
where, in the course ot his duty, he acquitted him-
self in the most praiseworthy and courageous manner.
His life has been jeopardised several times.
How he Got that Eye. —The friends
of one of the best of the ton vivants of Williamsburgh, tell a
good story about him which may be briefly stated as fol
lows : “Old Benzine,” as he is known by nis friends, oc
casionally indulges in that fluid which is supposed to cul
minate iu blue ruin, and as a result, oftentimes becomes
most unhappily mellow. Less than two weeks since, he
started on a short, sharp, decisive cruise, and between the
small hours and daylight, staggered up to the 45th Pre
cinct station house, mistaking it for a fluid dispensary.
With difficulty he presented himself Met the Sergeant’s
desk, calling almost inaudibly for a 1 drop of gin.” The
desired draught not being lorthcoming, he got himself
outside the “factory” where he succeeded in cutting his
right eve-brow from its forehead belongings. Where he
flnally'anchored is said to be a mystery, but he turned up
avfait next morning, and of course sympathizing friends
inquired as to the 7ziodi«ope>-a»uZt of receiving his damaged
optics.
‘•Yousee,” says Benzine. “I went last night to Lent’s
circus (there in Brooklyn) and sure of my equestrian ad
vancement attempted to ride one of the trained mules :
but his donkeyship couldn't see it, and capsizing me, con
cluded the tableau by placing his dexter hind hoof just
over my peeper.”
“Well,” said a listener, “was not the mule ‘broke?’ ”
“Oh, yes,” replied Benzine, “ and so was I, or I should
never have attempted to ride him.”
Anti-gin station houses and mule punch have taken all
thc light out of Benzine.
An Appeal jn Behalf of the Police.
—New York, Nov. 20, 1863.—Dear Sir: Ever finding you
ready to aid a just cause, I thought I would call your at
tention to the injustice done one of the most efficient and
deserving branches of our City Government. You are
aware that every branch ot business has advanced the
wages of their employees, and yet I do not see the salary
of our deserving police thought of among the rest. Have
they not proved their ejffMency and in the past year,
from President Acton down to the patrolmen, and will you
not call the attention of the proper authorities to this sub
ject and show them, bv the following statements, the
reason whv they should have an increase, viz.: overcoats,
lormerlv sls, now S2B; other clothing in like proportion;
bootssl, now $7 to $8: beef per pound, Bc. to 10c., now
12c. to 2t»c.; sugarßc. to lUo. now 17c ; butter, 18c. to 20c„
now 30c. to 36c.; tea,(black) 50c. now $150; muslin, 12c., now
30c.; calico 12c.. now 25c.; even a spool of cotton which was
4c. now is 10c. These articles every family must have, and
why should not their salary bo advanced as well as others.
They every day show to the public a more exposed and
dangerous position than any class of men in our city. The
city has just raised the bell ringers’ pay to a thousand dol
lars; are not these men entitled to as much ?—are they not
compelled to be better clothed, and is not |the wear and
tear much greater Now, sir, if you will give this article
a place in your valuable pacer, with a few of your en
couraging remarks (if you think them deserving) you will
be doing no more than justice to the brave men who faced
the dangers in the July riots, and conducted themselves
worthily ever since. Yours, &c.,
A Friend to Equal Justice.
Mysterious .Shooting Case in the
Fourth Avenue.— On Wednesday evening Wm. Keteltas,
residing at No. 32 East Thirty first street, while going
trom his residence to Fourth avenue, he was accosted by
two men, believed to have been James and Malcalm
Campbell, one of whom drew a pistol and pointed it at
his head. A scuffle took place, during which one of the
two brothers fired a shot, inflicting a serious wound in the
face of Mr. Keteltas. They then made theirlescape at the
time, but were subsequently arrested and taken before
Justice Kelly, who held them to bail in the sum of SI,OOO
each. It is alleged that Charlotte Campbell, sister of the
two men implicated, committed suicide, and was to have
been buried on Friuay ; that a Coroner’s inquest
had been held on the body, but no return was yet
made at the Coroner’s office, a species of transaction
which is new in that quarter; and that Mr Keteltas was
in some way identified with the causing of said suicide.
It appears that Coroner Ranney held an inquest on the
body of the deceased young lady on Wednesday, but
forgot, conveniently, all about the case till it was brought
to his attention in the morning papers. The papers in
the case have been handled in the most mysterious man
ner by the Police Justice and the Coroner, with a view to
baffling the reporters in their efforts to obtain informa
tion. but to no purpose. Sufficient is now developed to
show the smallness of the officials who have thus endeav
ored to gratify their personal conceits.
A Mystery’ Revealed. — About a
month ago the attention of Officer Williams, of the
Seventh Precinct was attracted by the voice of a man
calling for help in the direction of one of the docks on the
East River. He at once repaired to the spot from which
the voice seemed to come, when he recognized it as that
of a man, but he could not see him. The voice seemed to
come out of the dock. The officer asked the speaker how
he got into the water, and was answered that two men
had thrown him in. The officer immediately obtained as
sistance, and with a boat examined the wharf thoroughly,
but could see no aperture through which it was possible
for a roan to go. Some planks were ripped up on thc top
of the wharf, but the bulkhead presented a solid bod vof
timber. The search was then abandoned, the party‘be
lieving that the whole thing must have been a trick per
petrated by some person upon the officer.
The ft cis of the case were duly recorded on the blotter
in the station house at the time, ami so the matter passed
over. Yesterday, however, at low water, a hole was ob
served in the bulk-head of the wharf where the police
officer Lad heard the voice, and upon examining the in
terior, the body of an unknown man was found. De
ceased appeared to be about 50 years of age, and has tar
gone ii. decomposition. This was undoubtedly the body
ot the man whose voice had been heard, and who must
have been drowned by inches with the rising tide. The
Coroner was duly notified.
A Little Girl (baby would be more
appropriate) only lour years old, named Louisa Schnei
der. was lor some time an attendant at the Twenty-fourth
Ward Public School. It is a custom there, as at other
schools, to detain after school hours those of the scholars
who are found backward in their lessons during the day.
A few days ago, Louisa, with twelve other scholars, were
ordered to be kopt in. When she heard the mandate, an
unusual seriousness overspread her features, and in an
agitated manner she begged of her teacher lo let her go
home. The teacher, it is said, told her kindly that she
might go as soon as she could spell “hedge” correctly.
The little thing withdrew to accomplish her task, shortly
after she had regained her seat, she gasped lor breath,
her head fell back, and after three or four gasps, she died.
The deceased was possessed of a susceptible and affection
ate nature, and was greatly beloved by thc whole school.
An inquest was held and a post-mortem examination
showed that death was the result of “Syncope.” Dr.
Rannev, who made the examination, said" that syncope
might be produced by fear, excessive grief, or the heat or a
room.
Policemen to Act as Recruiting
Agents — The following order was issued on Tuesday eve
ning, 17th Inst., by the Superintendent of Police: Gov.
Seymour has expressed his approval that the members of
the Metropolitan Police force should assist in obtaining
recruits lor the Grand Division under the command of
General Spinola. Officers and patrolmen arc at liberty,
when not on duty, to obtain recruits and deliver the same
at the Recruiting Station, Lafayette Hall, No. 509 Broad
way, New York, and at Nos. 1 and 3 Montague street,
Brooklyn. The member delivering the recruit is privi
leged to receive the compensation allowed therefor.
John A. Kennedy, Superintendent.
The Fashion Course—Ladies’ Sad
dle Race.— Mrs Ellery, of Mount Vernon, Westchester
county, was presented with the gold medal, last week,
valued at S3OO, which was subscribed for by parties who
were dissatisfied with the judges’award in favor of Miss
Dawson, at the trial of grace and skill in riding at the
late National Horse Fair. The presentation was made by
Captain Rynders, as one of the Committee, and Mrs. El
lery made a modest and appropriate response The next
event will be the presentation to be made bv bothla
dies to Miss Sylvester, who by being the third contestant
filled up the list, by which fact, the prize was only
awarded,
Sword Presentation.— Last evening,
Lieut. Reynolds, of the 9th N. Y. Volunteers, was present
ed with a handsome sword by the members ot Greenwich
Lodge, No. 467, F. and A M.. at their rooms, corner of
Greene and Fourth streets. The presentation speech was
made by Senior Warden Bro. Daniel Carpenter, and was
of his usually piquant character, full of happy expres
sions and warm congratulation to the lieutenant. The
recipient made a neat brief response, worthy of a soldier
and brother. Speeches were also made by P. M. Bro.
John Lefferts, and W. M. Bro Bonneville. Among those
from other lodges present, were Bro. Bliss, from Ameri
cus, and Bros. Cameron and Van Field from Puritan
Lodge. The party subsequently sat down to a bountiful
collation, to which they did ample justice.
The Enrollment Lists. Provost-
Marshal General Fry has issued an order directing the
enrollment lists to be corrected previous to any new draft
taking place, by erasing the names of men who were im
properly enrolled, and adding the names of such as were
omitted. Printed lists are to be exposed to view in each
sub district, and any person who can satisfactorily show
that he is not liable, for any cause whatever, will have
his name taken from the lists. Cases will be heard until
the 20th December next. The time when the hearing will
commence will be published in the newspapers.
Fatal Result of a Dispute about
Five Cents.— Coroner Naumann held an inquest at No. 335
East Tenth street, upon the body of Hugh Lancey, who
died from injuries received in a fight with the driver of a
Dry Dock stage, who went by the name of “Dutch
Smith.” It appears that deceased had a dispute with the
driver about his fare, when the latter assaulted him and
threw him out of the stage. He fell upon his head, and
received injuries which terminated his life. The driver
fled and escaped.
The Union Bank Robbery. —On
Thursday a uaelrage of S2O 000 was missed by the Union
Bank. Mr. Hays, the experienced bank detective, traced
the missing money te the possession of one of the clerks in
the bank, charged him with the theft, and recovered the :
whole amount to the bank. The young gentleman at first
tried stupidity for a defense, but the evidence against him
was so damning that he had to relent. He is now without
a character and in need of a situation.
Sad Case of Destitution. —The po
lice, on Sundaj’ night, found a Door drunken woman and
her four children in a cellar In Broome street, near Lewis,
entirely destitute of fire or food, and nearly starved. The
furniture, bedding, and even the children’s clothes, had
all been converted into rum, and the little ones wer® en
tirely naked. Mother and children were sent to the
alms-house.
The working-women of the city held
a meeting at No. 187 Bowery on Wednesday night last to
perfect an organization to urge on employers the Droori
ety and justice of advancing thc wages paid to women
The meeting was large and the proceedings harmonious
The girls d!d not seem to understand managing meetings
ot this character, but fortunately a couple of chivalrous
workingmen were on hand to get them out of the fix.
Crim. Con.— We learn that a spicy
divorce suit is now pending before the Supreme Court of
this District, in which the wite of a celebrated Fourth
avenue jeweler is the plaintiff. The cause of the trouble
appears to have grown out of the employment ot pretty
servant girls. The husband puts in as an offset the vaga
ries of a dashing young male boarder.
A Russian Nobleman Stealing Dia
monds.—Yesterday, Eugene Mitliewiez, said to be a Rus
sian nobleman was arrested and taken before Justice
Kelly, charged with stealing a diamond rin<r of the value
of SIOOO, from Nathan Wolfe, of No. 329 Fifth avenue.
The ring was recovered, and the accused held for exam
ination.
Presentation to City Inspector Boole.
—The members of the Common Council met at the Astor
Home last Wednesday, and presented to Mr. Boole a
beautifully framed and engrossed copy of the resolutions
appointing him City'lnspector, and also of the resolutions
requesting him to retain his seat in the Board of Aidermen
as an honorary member.
The Supervisors’ Volunteer Commit
tee has organized and commenced operations at No. 240
Broadway. Thirty thousand results are officially called
for. The aggregate amount of bounty to veterans is seven
hundred and seventy-seven dollars.
The Russian fleet about to leave
us.—The Russian fleet is to winter in the Hampton Roads
and will probably leave this harbor on Monday.
—————————■—
The Baby Towers at Shanghai. —
They are wells surrounded by walls, with aper-
Hires through which the bodies are thrown in.
It appears that all poor people’s children, which
die in infancy, are wrapred up in straw and de
posited in one of thef© towers, to avoid the ex
pense of coffins and burial ceremonies. Thev
a terrible odor, and when the mass of straw
Dunales almost reach the top of the tower, it is
emptied, the contents are burnt, and the ashes
spread as manure over the fields. Such a mode
of disposing of the bodies of infants struck us as
a great incentive to infanticide, a crime which is
so very common m China.-A Lvly's VisitXto
Manilla and. Clana, ' 1
How to Read Shoulder-Straps. —The
rank and arm of the military officers are desig
nated as follows: “The shoulder-straps of a
major-general bear two silver embroidered stars,
one on each end of the strap. A brigadier-gen
eral has one silver star only. A colonel has a
silver embroidered spread eagle ; a lieutenant
colonel has two silver embroidered leaves, one
at each end of the strap ; a major has two em
broidered gold leaves similarly placed. A cap
tain has two gold bars at each end of the strap ;
a first Eeutenant one gold bar at each end; and
a second lieutenant no bar at all. The cloth of
the strap, by its color, distinguishes the arm of
the service. For general and staff officers it is
dark blue; for artillery, scarlet ; for infantry,
sky blue; for riflemen, green; and for cavalry,
orange color. Non-commissioned officers are
indicated by “ chevrons” or stripes on the coat
sleeve in the form of a letter V. Corporals wear
two stripes; sergeants three ; orderly sergeants
have a lozenge, or diamond-shaped figure, with
in the angle of the chevrons. Sergeant-majors
have three stripes of a sergeant completed into
a triangle, base uppermost.
In the Malay language the same
word signifies women and flowers.
The rebels are reduced to make
brandy out of persimmons
Wallm gibowt
I TRUst my business and my life in
the hands of my assistants in the Retail De
partment.
H. T. HELMBOLD,
Druggist and Chemist of 1G years’ experience,
now located at his new store,
Soo. 594 Broadway, X?ew ITork.
Gen. Sherman, it is authoritatively
reported, has effected a junction with the right
wing of Grant’s army. Good I We also under
stand that 8. H. Cbook has effected a junction
with the best meat and vegetable dealers in the
city, and that hereafter, he will be prepared to
satisfy the public appetite with deliciously pre
pared viands at his restaurant and hotel, No. 71
Chatham street.
The yield of fine wool the pastyear
in the sheep raising States,will have the effect of
materially reducing the price of broadcloth ; and
we understand, that Bald wry & Babxum, of the
large clothing warehouse, Nos. 70 and 72 Bowery,
have,an making up their present stock of winter
goods, marked their garments accordingly.
Those, therefore, who would benefit themselves
by procuring warm, fashionable and durable
clothing for winter wear, cannot do better than
call on this firm.
Horace Waters has recently re
ceived at his store, No. 481 Broadway, a large
stock of new and popular Music, which amateurs
would do well to call ana examine. The plan in
troduced by Mr. Waters of having all music tried
to the satisfaction of the purchasers, seems to
meet with general approval. It also shows,
without resorting to putnng, the pure and sono
rous tones of his pianos.
Be Just, and Fear Not.
Look up, my sisters, ye who work,
And toil, and sweat for daily bread—
Whose midnight tears outweigh by far
The scanty sum that keeps you fed.
Look up! along the eastern sky
A brighter morning is foretold :
No more shall women’s lives be crushed,
That sordid man may count his gold.
• And ye who sleep on downy beds
While helpless women toil and pine,
Stand forth like men, if men ye are,
And aid a cause so near divine.
There’s Roberts, known both far and near
As one who sells his goods so cheap,
And pays for work the highest price—
Nor hoards—while women work and weop.
His splendid cloaks are works of art—
Not stitched with weary human lives ;
For Roberts thinks “ the man who feels
Will ever be the man who thrives !”
Crystal Palace, No. 252 Bowory.
Maceniber 20th, 18G3.
We invite the attention of heads of
families and others to the very choice stock of
domestic and foreign wines, groceries, pickles,
etc., etc., now being offered at the lowest possi
ble prices at the fine store, No. 470 Broadway.
The Broadway House Saloon, under
the management of Embree & Hebmancej is one
of the best conducted establishments in the city.
Go to No. 510 Broadway, if you would enjoy* a
first-rate cigar or glass of wine.
One of the best conducted restaur
ants in the city is that which is attached to the
New Haven Hotel, No. 375 Fourth avenue. Mr.
Mason, its proprietor, is an experienced as well
as popular caterer.
Our lady friends are particularly in
vited to call at the store of E. D. Bassi'obd,
Cooper Institute, and examine his recent import
ations of household ware. Nothing handsomer
or cheaper can be had elsewhere.
Trusses, Ac.—Marsh & Co.’s Radical
Cure Truss office only at No. 2 Vesey street. Also,
Supporters, Suspensory Bandages, Silk Elastic
Stockings tor Vericosa Veins, Shoulder Braces,
etc. A lady attendant.
See letter of Wm. F. Phelns in the
Business column of to-day. Mr. Phelps is well
known to the New York public as a popular lec
turer, and is the Principal of the State Naval
School, New Jersey.
For a pleasant shave, a comfortable
bath, or a satisfactory toilet, you cannot do bet
ter than visit the saloon, under the management
of Pboch, corner of Dey street and Broadway.
Song of Iron.
I am mighty in the sabre.
. Fiercely wielded by the brave;
Glorious in the stalwart steamer,
Laughing at the storm and wave;
Beauteous in the palace pillars ;
Saving in the pointed rod,
As it brings the deadly lighting,
Quelled and harmless to the sod;
Wondrous as unfailing bearer
Of the telegraphic wire;
Yes, to man the greatest servant
In the cold or in the fire!
But there is a glorious essence
Where I take my grandest power,
Giving to the hack my surest,
Sweetest aid in dangers hour I
See! before me fly diseases!
See the darkest hydras bow 1
See the rose of health and beauty
Take the palest cheek and brow!
See the withered form that trembled
Nearer, nearer to the sod,
Is again by me uplifted
To the “ image of his God!”
Fly, dyspepsia! fly, consumption!
Yes, all ills are crushed at length;
For I give what human nature
Only ever needed— strength !
Shall I tell in what great essence
I can thus your spirits cheer up ?
Pallid, trembling, dying sufferer,
’Tis the famed “Peruvian Syrup.”
The Peruvian Syrup is a protected solution of
the Protoxide of Iron, a new discovery in medi
cine that strikes at the root of disease by sup
plying the blood with its vital principle or life efe
ment—lron.
Pamphlets free. J. P. Dinsmore, No. 491
Broadway. For sale by all druggists.
No MISTAKES CAN HAPPEN AT
HELMBOLD’S NEW DRUG STORE.
AU prescriptions are passed through two differ
ent hands before compounding, and, as an ad
ditional security, are checked before delivered.
BecoUect this, and also recoflect
THE NEW STORE,
No. 594 Broadway, X7ew Vork.
Health is the first necessity of our
rature. Without it we are as nothing—hin
c ranees and stumbling blocks in the paths of
those who are robust and love to engage in the
battle of Mfe. One of the greatest determiners
pt health is your dwelling. If it is damp, through
leakages in the roof, rest assured vou will pres
ently need a physician ; but if you are wise, in
stead, you will call in A. L. Osborn, the proprie
tor of the JVe Plus Ultra Cement, of No. 414 Ca
nal street.
For a warm, cheap, fashionable and
durable suit of Winter garments, we ask atten
tion to the splendid stock now on sale at the
Clothing warehouse of George A. Hun’Ssb & Co..
Nos. 290 and 292 Bowery.
Samples of the choicest wines and
other liquors, suitable for domestic use, can ba
had at Mendum’s branch vaults, (E. B. Hamil
ton, nanager,) corner of Twelfth street and
Broadway.
NEW YORK DISPATCH
One of yesterday morning’s dailies
contains tabular statements of the prices which
prevailed in this city three years ago, and com
pares them with those of to-day. In the main,
the comparisons are correct; but we think the
assertion that men’s clothes have advanced in
prices from thirty-three to one hundred and twen
ty-two per cent., since 1861, is unreliable. Why,
for example, should overcoats have advanced
only fifty to fifty-six per cent., while business
coats are put down at from fifty to one hundred
and twenty-tv o per cent., is inexplicable. Our
own information, obtained at Amos Clark’s large
clothing warehouse. Nos. 398, 400 and 402 Bow
ery, leads to a widely different conclusion from
that sought to be established by the journal in
question. It is true there may be houses in the
city at which such advances on ready-made
goods have been made, as to warrant the state
ments sought.to be established. Had the com
piler, however, called at Clark’s, he would, per
haps, have found to his astonishment, that,
apart from enhanced cost of importation and the
necessary advance in the price of mechanical
labor, that no advance has been attempted.
Those, therefore, who would purchase ready
made wearing apparel at reasonable prices—rea
sonable, we mean, as the times go—will find it
to their advantage to call and examine ihe
various fashionable and durable styles of over
coats, business coats, frock coats, vests, panta
loons, etc., which form the splendid stock at
Clark’s establishment. We are quite sure they
will not only be surorised but delighted at the
very low' figures at which they are offered.
Let those of our readers who would
enjoy a game dinner—not one of your make-be
lieve affairs__call on Sam Kellinger, Monument
House, No. 6 Union Place. He will satisfy and
delight j ou.
Deafness, Impaired Sight,
NOISES IN THE HEAD,
CATARRHAL AFFECTIONS IN THE
THROAT
CHRONIC CATARRH.
CATARRH OF THE - TYMPANIC MUCOUS
MEMBRANE OBSTRUCTION OF THE
EUSTACHIAN TUBE.
CURED.
CROSS EYE STRAIGHTENED IN ONE
MINUTE.
And every disease of the Eye and Ear requiring
either medical or surgical aid attended to by Dr.
VON EISENBERG, at his Consulting Booms,
816 Broadway, near Twelfth street.
CADE MY OF MUSIC.
THE OPERA,
DirectorMAX MARETZBK.
LAST WEEK OF THE SEASON.
ON MONDAY EVENING Nov. 23, at 8 o’clock.
LAST TIME
of Mozart's chef d'ceuvre
DON GIOVANNI,
with its magnificent cast.
On WEDNESDAY EVENING, November 25,
FIRST NIGHT
of Gounod’s celebrated Opera of
FAUST.
ON THANKSGIVING DAY,
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, at 8 o’clock.
AN EXTRA NIGHT,
GRAND COMBINATION PERFORMANCE.
Full particulars of which in future advertisements.
NIBLO’S GARDEN— Commences at 74
Lessee and ManagerW. Wheatley
MONDAY EVENING. NOV. 1863,
FIRST APPEARANCE
OF
MR. AND MRS. BARNEY WILLIAMS.
WHOSE 1
ARTISTIC EXCELLENCE
AND
IDENTIFICATION IN THE PECULIARITIES OF
IRISH AND YANKEE LIFE
Have rendered them
THE MOST ATTRRCTIVE STARS
OF BOTH
EUROPE AND AMERICA.
They will be supported by a company of *
UNUSUAL MERIT.
Comprising the names of
Mr. L. R. SHEWELL, Mr. LAMB,
Mr. J. NUNAN, Mr. J. G. BURNETT,
Mr. J. SEYMOUR, Mr. E. B. HOtMES,
Miss ADA CLIFTON, Mrs. SKERRETT
Miss MARY WELLS. Mrs. MARK SMITH.
Each ot the pieces will be mounted with liberality pro
verbial to Mr. Wheatley’s management-
New Scenery hy the talented artist, Mr. J. 11. Seiwin.
The entertainments to commence with the legendary
drama and fairy spectacle, in two acts, entitled the
FAIRY CIRCLE.
CAN O’CAROLANMR. BARNEY WILLIAMS
MOLFSHEEMRS. BARNEY WILLIAMS
Followed by the laughable comedietta or the
CUSTOMS OF THE COUNTRY.
MELISSAMRS. BARNEY WILLIAMS
To conclude with the screaming Farce of
PAT’S BLUNDERS
PAT ROONEYMR. BARNEY WILLIAMS
Secured seats to be obtained at the Box Office
THREE DAYS IN ADVANCE.
OLYMPIC THEA T B E.—
Lessee and Manageress Mrs. John Wood
THIRD WEEK
Of the successful Burlesque of
THE MOTTO,
“I AM ALL THERE.”
THE MOTTO,
“ I AM ALL THERE.”
THE MOTTO,
“I AM ALL THERE.”
ABOUNDING TN
MIRTH, MUSIC AND JOLLITY.
MIRTH, MUSIC AND JOLLITY.
MIRTH, MUSIC AND JOLLITY.
CROWDED HOUSES !
DELIGHTED AUDIENCES !
ENTHUSIASTIC APPLAUSE 1
CONVULSIVE LAUGHTER!
MRS. JOHN WOOD as HENRI LAG ADE RE.
MRS. JOHN WOOD as HENRI LAGADERE.
MRS. JOHN WOOD as HENRI LAGADERE.
This successful Burlesque will be repeated on
MONDAY ENENING, Nov. 23d, and
EVERY EVENING UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE,
EVERY EVENING UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE,
with all its
ELEGANT SCENERY,
BRILLIANT COSTUMES,
APPROPRIATE MUSIC,
And A FULL CAST OF CHARACTERS.
The performance each evening will commence with the
Comedietta ot
AUNT CHARLOTTE’S MAID.
SEATS SECURED THREE DAYS IN ADVANCE.
EW BOWERY THEATRE.
Sole Proprietor Mr. J. W. LINGABD.
THANKSGIVING DAY.
TWO GLORIOUS PERFORMANCES.
AFTERNOON, AT 2 O’CLOCK.
EVEVING, AT 7 O'CLOCK.
The two Great Stars
MISS LEO HUDSON,
AND
MR. EDWIN BLANCHARD,
will appear in both performances.
Come early and secure a good seat.
Theatre francais.—
NIBLO’S CONCERT SALOON.
. EVERY TUESDAY' AND SATURDAY.
TUESDAY, Nov. 24. 1863.
First Appearance of MLLE. MAILLET, and first reap
pearance of MONS. PAUL JUIGNET. First appearance
in America of HERR ZIROM, upon the new instru
ment, EMMELYNKA. LES NOCKS DE JEANNETTE,
Comic Opera, in one act, by M. V. Masse. RUE DE LA
LUNE. Vaudeville, in one act, by M. Paul de Kock.
Doors open at 1%. To commence at 8 o’clock.
Office for reserved seats. No. 623 Broadway.
TRYING HALL.
A GREAT SUCCESS OF
MR. DE CORDOVA S
ANNUAL COURSE OF HUMOROUS LECTURES.
THE LAST EVENING OF THE SERIES.
“ MR. PERKINS’S THANKSGIVING DINNER,”
A TALE OF SHODDY.
TUESDAY EVENING NEXT, NOV. 24m.
Doors open at 7. Entertainment to commence at 8
o’clock.
Tickets to be had at all the Music and Book Store.?.
ROADWAY AMPHITHEATRE,
No. 485 BROADWAY.
L. B. LENTManager.
THE UNBOUNDED SUCCESS
which has attended the initial representations at this
NEW, ELEGANT aND SPACIOUS
TEMPLE OF OLYMPIC GAMES,
is a signal evidence of the unquestionable fact that
HRST CLASS EQUESTRIAN AND ATHLETIC
PERFORMANCES.
when presented with the accompaniments of luxurious
accommodations for spectators, brilliant, attractive acces
sories, and a careful attention to the requirements of a
cultivated taste, will secure the approbation and support
THE MOST SELECT AND REFINED
CLASS OF THE COMMUNITY.
THE BROADWAY AMPHITHEATRE
has been filled to overflowing every night (without regard
to the weather) by
AUDIENCES OF THE MOST FASHIONABLE
CHARACTER,
while all the entertainments presented, have been re
ceived with such demonstrations of enthusiastic applause,
as to impress upon them the undeniable stamp of
POPULAR APPROBATION.
For the especial accommodation of
FAMILIY PARTIES AND JUVENILES.
A GRAND DAY ENTERTAINMENT
will be given every
AND SATURDAY AFTERNOON,
AXD SATURDAY AFTERNOON,
WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AFTERNOON
WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AFTERNOON’ •
when all the resources of the Amphitheatre will be called
into requisition, to furnish a programme of the utmost at
tractive power, and one especially calculated to
DELIGHT THE RISING GENERATION
Doors open at 2; to commence at o'clock.
At every Exhibition, whether Afternoon or Evening,
the entire strength of °*
THE MAMMOTH CIRCUS TROUPE,
including
THE GREAT MELVILLE,
sh¥» q^aledin hiß peculla? aild original style of Horseman
t , MADAME ELOUISE,
the graceful and accomplished Equ- strlenne ; the won
aeiruL
.AUSTRALIAN KAMILY.
AN UNAPPROACHABLE CORPS OF VOLTIGBUBS
JOE FENTLAND,
Tile “ Modern Touchstone
JAMES REYNOLDS,
The Favorite Clown of the West •
ROBERT STICKNEY,
. The Great Somerset Rider, and
A ItOST OF DISTINGUISHED EQUESTRIANS AND
~, . GYMNASTS
will appear m
ALLELED display of elegant
EQUESTRIAN and EXTRAORDINARY
. . , ATHLETIC SKILL,
introducing
. ~ „ NEW and startling acts
m infinite variety and of
slpmlative artistic merit.
THREE PERFORMANCES
0N THANKSGIVING DAY.
Comming at 10 A. M.. 2 and P. M.
, Circle and Parquet, 50c.. Children under
tea, 25e.: Family Circle, 25d.. without distinction of age :
tprafromlOuT ' Pn ' ate SOXCB ’ iL Box °® ce
•riMc—Do;rs open at 7—Gr;ui<l entree at quarter to 8
W ALL AO K ' 8 I
Overture to commence at quarter to 8. The cur
-1 tain will rise immediately on ttie conclusion of the Over
ture .
THE UNPARALLELED SUCCESS
and
CONTINUED POPULARITY
Of Mr. Lester Wallack's new drama,
ROSEDALE,
now in the
NINTH WEEK
Of its splendid run, induces the proprietor to announce it
for
EVERY EVENING.
Places can be secured a week in advance.
FOX’S OLD BOWERY THEATRE—
Sole Proprietor and ManagerG. L. FOX.
A TREMENDOUS SUCCESS.
THE FORES T O F BON D¥,
With the celebrated dogs,
LAFAYETTE and WONDER.
THOSE BEAUTIFUL ANIMALS
WILL APPEAR IN THE DRAMA NIGHTLY.
Miss FANNY HERRING.
Mr. G. L. FOX.
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, November 23, 21, 25.
THE FOREST OF BONDY ;
OR, THE DOG OF MONTARGIS.
Dragon, by the celebrated dog LAFAYETTE.
Bertrand Mr. G. L. Fox.
Eloi. a dumb boy Miss Fanny Herring.
Lieutenant LandryG. W. Thompson.
HISTORY OF THE DOGS.
LAFAYETTE is known as the FIREMAN’S DOG. He is
a splendid specimen of the Newfoundland breed. Trained
in an engine-house, he is ever on the alert for tires. When
the bell rings in his district, nothing can restrain him.
His sagacity is wonderful. He helps to pull the engine
out of the house, carries the signal-lantern in his mouth,
and assists in laying the hose. His aptitude for the stage
is astonishing.
WONDER is known as the GREAT WATER DOG. born
in the Bay of Bulls, Newfoundland, the most perfect of
his species—three feet six in height, and nine feet from tip
of tail to point of snout. It is said that this dog has (like
many of his race) saved the life of a child from the waters
of Lake Gilead, in Westchester County, New York State.
This splendid animal has been presented to Mr. G. L. Fox,
by the owner.
LENDORMIE—THE IDIOT BOY.
Lendormie. the Idiot BovMiss Fannie Herring.
Simon the Soft.. .Mr. G. L. Fox.
Mariette Miss R. Denvil.
THE GOLDEN AXE.
Giles (a clown)Mr. G. L. Fox.
Stubbinsc. K. Fox.
Columbine (with dance)Miss Louise Browne.
STATE SECRETS.
Gregory ThimblewellC. K. Fox.
THURSDAY, November 26,
THANKSGIVING.
TWO GRAND PERFORMANCES,
AFTERNOON AND EVENING.
OSCANYAN’S LIVING LECTURE.
THE WOMEN OF TURKEY.
A Peep into the Harem, with Living Illustrations, Ori
ental Music, Dancing, Ac . will be repeated on
MONDAY EVENING, Nov.23d.
AT THE
BROOKLYN ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
Tickets FIFTY CENTS. The box office will be open on
Monday from BA. M. to SP. M., where seats can be se
cured WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE.
Bryan fs"\
MECHANICS’ HALL. No. 472 BROADWAY.
MONDAY. Nov. 23d. and every night during the week.
Third week and immense success of the Burlesque
RUSH-IN BALL,
RUSH-IN BALL,
Received nightly with screams of laughter and applause.
DAN BRYANT,
The popular comedian, in his laughable character,
THE DOORKEEPER.
MONSTER CONCERT, TIN-PAN-0 NI ON.
Dave Reed in his eccentric song and dance, Sally Come Up.
Seymour, Gettings and Dan as the three candidates,
BOOLE, BLUNT AND GUNTHER.
New Songs, Dances, Sayings, Burlesques. Comicalities. Ac
Doors open at 6}£—Curtain rises at ly.-* Tickets 25 cts.
IRVING HALL. DE CORDOVA.
WHAT IS SHODDY ?
TUESDAY EVENING NEXT. NOV. 24ta.
■yTAN AMBUBGH & CO’S.
MAMMOTH MENAGERIE.
GREAT MORAL EXHIBITION
AND
EGYPTIAN CARAVAN.
HYATT FROST, Mamger.
Nos. 539 and 541 BROADWAY,
(BETWEEN PRINCE AND SPRING STREETS.)
. JSk- X
GRAND OPENING,
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 18th.,
AT 10 O’CLOCK, A. M.
ADMISSION TO ALL PARTS OF
THE HOUSE, 25 CTS.
No half price Doors open from
10 A. M., to 10 P. M. Perform
ances at 11*£ A. M., 3 and I*. M.
Van Amburgh .v Co., in calling
attention uf the public to this, the
uloSt
SPACIOUS, ELEGANT, AND
STLrpEXDOtTS
building ever constructed, b?g
leave to state that they are now
Xz k enabled to present to the citizens of
XJ \ New York, in unexampled splendor,
\ a Zoological building in keeping
with the enterprising spirit of the
Aw great
Qg/ \ AMERICAN PUBLIC.
U The above named premises have
1 been completely rebuilt, remodeled,
-A. and reconstructed, decorated, carv-
Zf embellished an 4 ornamented, so
as to adapt them for an exhibition of
J Zoological wonders and arranged in
| a style oi
A GRANDEUR AND GORGEOUS
I MAGNIFICENCE
.a
MW by any building for zoo-
• Bpogical the known world,
Pvjw&x /iii'i', Vg cvea t!ie la r-famcd
GOVERNMENT ZOOLOGICAL
GARDENS
of Euro P e » u P° n which hundreds of
thousands of dollar* are spent an
. nually. fail to present sacb. a grand
and beautiful view as the visitor be
tJjfFTjJ*. holds on entering this
PALACE OF ZOOLOGICAL
WONDERS,
80 constructed, that from tbe most
remote portions of the immense gal
lerics cau bc se cn. at one glance,
nearly all the myriads of animals
a , ud birds therc congregated, arid at
the same time view the splendid
performances in the lower portion
of this, the
EXCELSIOR ZOOLOGICAL
BUILDING OF THE WORLD.
The New York public, especially
tbe rus,n g generation, have long felt
the necessity of a first-class exhibi
* Lon of this kind, where instruction
1 _' | iiiWiim awwMca-.ia. and amusement are harmoniously
blended in one, and where Natural
History could be studied from the
living animals themselves.
• JF THE GREAT STUDY OF NATURAL
HISTORY,
Sa capable of yielding innumerable
fSt. subjects for both moral and religious
JKX? study. Its chief tendency ought to
H R? to lead us frora the admiration of
the works to the contemplation of
their author, to teach us to look
through nature up to nature’s God.
It is a study which terminate s in
the conviction, the knowledge, and
the admiration of that merciful Be
iijg to whose goodness alone we are
indebted for every happiness that
raWroStWw ?’ e en J°y- Van Amburg & Co., with a
laudable desire to increase the gener
al fund o( human knowledge, and
W seeing the great benefits the comma-
a I nity would derive from an extensive
first-class collection of
LIVING WILD ANIMALS
Wn sent energetic and trusty agents to
< ATtaOTM&B ever - v available portion oi the known
&s«®Flg£ worl d, t ’ rom which the finest animals
birds are obtained, with instruc
-10 Procure none but the most
--beautiful of their kind, the result of
which has been the collection of
myriads of Animals and Birds fresh
from their native clime, and superior
t 0 an ?’ that have ever been seen on
Continent, and constituting the
ONLY COMPLETE FIRST CLASS
MENAGERIE
Ever exhibited to the citizens of New
Yo { k - The = reat beauty of these
Animals over any other that have
Mu' k ’ A/WKt over been exhibited, at once attracts
>lk and astonishes the beholder. Science
vT is deeply indebted to
THE GREAT VAN AMBURGH
hims Elf
for t,ie rich and enviable services ho
A bas rendered.
f Through his extensive knowledge
ot ’ ttie nature and habits of the va
-45 ’T S’ /#- rious animals, he has been enabled
to place before the American public
»- an exhibition of such superior ex-
—cellcnce and great beauty as was
never before presented in any
ZOOLOGICAL INSTITUTE
. In known world. The perform-
M ORN IN G, AFTER NO O N
NIGHT,
OF PROF. LONGWORTHY,
. i ® 4 *®™*®®***with Lions, Tigers, Leopards, Pn-
——- m a-’* I’anther. Ac., are astonishing
■ to beb °l(i. Prof. Nash exercises and
perforins tiie Elephant
TIP P O SAIB.
No language can convey an accu
ratc description of all the beauties
>-iw? and graces displayed by this mira-
cle or sagacity. Trick Ponies, Comic
.# mules, and educated Moiikeys, will >
a PP car at eac b performance.
POSITIVELY NO FREE LIST. i
Three Grand Performances
ox
THANKSGIVING DAY.
Preu f{OT ? A, M, t« W E. K.
Academy of mu s io.—
GERMAN OPERA.
The undersigned begs to inform subscribers and the
public generally that the next season of the German opera
will positively commence on MONDAY. Nov. 30. Books
for new subscription are now open till FRIDAY, Nov. 27,
at the music store of
MESSRS. BEER & SCHIRMER,
No. 7(’l Broadway,
from 9 o’c’ock A. M. to 5 P. M.. for scries of either 12 or 21
nights, at the option of subscribers. The price of the sub
scription will be either sl2 or $24. payable in advance.
Subscribers are entitled to a reserved seat for each ticket,
which may now be selected at the abote store, but have
the privilege of using as many of their tickets fbr one
evening as they may choose. The tickets received must
be exchanged for the regular reserved seat tickets before
12 o’clock noon the day previous to the performance.
With the opening of the season the regular price will be
$1 50 for a reserved seat Further particulars will be
published in due time.
CARL ANSCHUTZ.
IVTEW BOWERY THEATRE,
.Lx 8o?e ProprietorMr J. W. LINGARD.
MONDAY, TUESDAY, AND WEDNESDAY,
NOV. 23 24, and 25.
GRAND COMBINATION OF TALENT.
TWO GREAT STARS.
The Wonderful Equestrienne Artiste,
MISS LEO HUDSON,
whose success during the last two weeks has
ECLIPSED ALL PREDECESSORS,
will, every night, repeat her great personation of
MAZEPPA.
The Great Melodramatic and Pantomimic Artiste,
MR. EDWIN BLANCHARD,
just arrived from Europe with his Celebrated dogs
CARLO AND BRUIN,
will make his first appearance on Monday evening, as
DUGAL, in the Romantic Drama of the
FELON’S DEATH.
The Dog of the Mountain by Mr. E. Blanchard's dog
CARLO.
The roaring piece of the
TWO POTTS.
BARNUM’S AMERICAN MUSEUM.—
THE GREAT MORAL EXHIBITION
of the age,
BLENDING INSTRUCTION WITH AMUSEMENT,
And affording the richest feast to sense and mind.
NATURE, SCIENCE. AND ART 1
EARTH. AIR, AND WATER 1
Unite in contribing their wonders to swell the
GRAND GALAXY OF NOVELTIES.
THE GREAT MARVELS OF HUMANITY,
THREE LIVING GIANTS.
IBS
WlfflMi
THE ARABIAN GIANT,
8 feet high, and weighs 475 pounds,
ANNA SWAN,
THE NOVA SCOTIA
GIANT GIRL,
Only 17 years old, weighing 379 pounds, and stands
8 FEET 1 INCH HIGH 1 !
And still growing—the tallest girl ever known.
THE GIANT BOY,
ONLY 18 YEARS OLD. and 8 FEET HIGH.
In contrast with these extraordinary towers of human
ity, is
THE LILLIPUTIAN KING,
14 YEARS OLD. ONLY 22 INCHES HIGH,
WEIGHING BUT 17 POUNDS!
The smallest of all small men: throwing Gen. Tom Thumb,
Com. Nutt, and all other descendants of King Lilli
put entirely into the shade.
keVek was Such a contrast
of humanity seen on the face of the globe.
.They are on exhibition at all hours, every day and eve
ning, as are
THE MONSTER SERPENTS. MOVING WAX FIGURES,
GRAND AQUARIA. Learned Seal, Sea Lion,
Mammoth Bear, &c., kc.
EVERY AFTERNOON and EVENING,
At 3 and 7X o’clock, will be produced.
THE MAGNIFICENT DRAMA,
THE SHADE;
OR.
THE BOND OF DEATH,
And the admired Musical Comedietta,
THE ROUGH DIAMOND.
In which MR. and MRS. WILLIAM GOMERSAL appear in
the leading characters*.
MISS DORA DA.WRON,
THE DOUBLE-VOICED SINGER,
Also appears in a favorite double-voiced duet.
Admission. 25 cents. Children under ten, 15 cts.
PARK THEATRE—BROOKLYN—
Manager and Proprietor Mr. Gabriel Harrison
Stage Manager Mr. B. A. Baker
GREAT SUCCESS
CROWDED HOUSES NIGHTLY.
MR. GABRIEL HARRISON
in his great character of
CARWIN.
MONDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 23d,
will be presented John Howard Payne’s celebrated dra
ma in 3 acts, of
THERESE:
The Orphan of Geneva.
CarwinMr. Gabriel Harrison.
Supported by an
• EXCELLENT CAST OF CHARACTERS,
JINNY LIND,
in which Miss Alary SLaw, Miss Couran, Mr. Walter Leh
nox and Mr. Metkiff will appear.
OOD’S MINSTREL HALL,
514—BROADWAY—514—opp. St. Nicholas Hotel.
HENRY WOOD Sole Proprietor and Manager.
CROWDED HOUSESMORE NOVELTY
WOOD’S MINSTRELS.
MONDAY. Nov. 23. and every evening during the week.
A NEW BURLESQUE,
Written by M. C. Brickner. Esq., entitled
CAMILLE.
Camille. .Frank Brown I Armand Duval. .Charley Fox.
THE REBEL PRIVATEER-THE GRECIAN STATUES,
THE CHALLENGE DAMCE,
THE FOUR CROWS. THE SILVER TRUMPET, &c., by
Charley Fox, Frank Brower, A. J. Talbott, Cool White,
C. Henry, D. S. Wambold, Glenn, Schwicardi, Mast. Wood,
Isaacs Brothers. Haslam, Leis, Lewis, Ac.
Doors open o’clock; commence, at 7 y. Tickets. 25 cts
NOTICE—A GRAND THANKSGIVING MATINEE.
THURSDAY AFTERNOON, Nov. 26, commencing at
O’clock. EXTRA MATIJEE, SATURDAY
Nc-v. 28. Doors open iy, commence at 2y o'clock,
■OR. STERLING
w W® I
jiiiio
wn.L coNctun®
HIS
BTO R Y
OF
AMBROSIAL,
At DODWORTH’S II ALL No. 806 Broadway,
On MONDAY EVENING, Nov. 23d.
JTQl cb occasion he will speak entirely of the HAIR and
SCALP : their DISEASES, TREATMENT and CUKE. Mrs.
of this cit F> whose hair, by the use of AM
BROSIA, has attained the wonderful length of five feet
four inches, Mi<s MARY APPLETON, of Boston, and other
ladies will be present, whose hair will be elegantly dress
ed, and during the lecture let down, so that the AUDIENCE
can see for themselves most undeniable proofs of the vir
tucs of Dr. Sterling’s preparation, and its immense superi
ority to any article for the hair ever placed before the
public.
, DR. STERLING'S AMBROSIA
is a stimulating oily extract of Roots, Barks, and Herbs.
It will cure all diseases of the scalp, and itching of the
head, entirely eradicates dandruff, prevents the hair from
failing out. or from turning prematurely gray, causing it
to grow thick and long It is entirely different from all
other preparations, and can be relied on.
Admission to the lecture, Free.
more fadies. maU admittcd unlcss accompanied by one or
COME ALL, OLD AND YOUNG,
AXD SEE
MRS. L. A. BROWN
STERLING’S AMBROSIA FOR THE HAIR.
T , OFFICE, No. 493 BROADWAY,
Labraton-, No. 129 Grand streetNEW YORK
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Tickets £0 cents.
JJELMBOLB’S NBW~DBUG STORE.
No. 594 Broadway,
NEXT TO THE METROPOLITAN HOTEL.
To the Pi esciiption Department and Compounding of
Drugs special pains have been given to procure nothing
but the l>est material and competent assistants.
Mattrasses,
FEATHERS,
BEDDING.
THE OLDEST ESTABLISHMENT IN THE CITY.
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HUDSON STREET.
The best and cheapest place to buy Hair, Husk, Mow
and Spring Mattresses, Feather Beds, Bolsters and Pillows
of every variety ; Comforters. Blankets, x Qurlts, Sheets,
Pillow Cases. Also, Bedsteads of all kinds r -(both wood ana
iron,) Cots, &c. All goods sold at this establish meat
a»e warranted as represented. We do not sell an inferior
or poorly mad* article for a good one.
I HAVE A VERY LARGE ASSORT
MENT OF
FINE COMBS AND BRUSHES,
WHICH I CAN SELL LOW.
HELMBOW’S
NEW DRUG AND CHEMICAL WAREHOUSE,
NO. 591 BROADWAY.
LING’S
AMBROSIA,
FO®
jMgggly
Certificate of Mrs. Brown, whose photograph may Ml
geen at all Drug Stores in tiijs and other citier :
This is to certify that, about eighteen months ago, I.oomr
menced using Stkelikg’s Ambrosia. My hair wae shorL
thin, and rapidly falling out. 1 tried many Hair Tonics
Xhvigorators, Ac., without receiving any benefit. Sotm
alter using the Ambrosia, my hair ceased falling out, and
commenced growing so re.pidly as to Astonish me. Wnr*
my hair is tntek, soft and glossy, and is five feet row
inches in length—when let down, reaching to the floor.
This wonderlul result I attribute solely to the use ofGrs*-
iakg’s Ambrosia, as since I commenced using it I have
piled nothing else te w hair.
Mrs. LUCY A. BROWN,
St. Nicholas Hotel. M. T,
BEWARE OF AN IMITATION !
DO NOT BE DECEIVED <
ASK FOR
STERLING’S AMBROSIA’
AND TAKE NO OTHER.
IS YOUR HAIR FALLING OUT t
IS YOUR HAIR THIN ?
IS YOUR HEAD BALD ?
ARE YOU TROUBLED WITH DANDRUFF f
OR
ANY DISEASE OF THE HAIR OR SCALP
EVER t
If so, do not delay for on hour the two o€
STERLING’S
AMBROSIA.
STERLING’S
STERLING'S
STERLING’S
AMRROSTA
AM.BROSiK
AMBROSIA,
FOR THE HAIR.
FOR THE HAIR,
FOlt THE HAIR,
AN OTLT EKTBAM»
AN OILY EXTRACT,
AN OILY EXTRACT,
MADE FROM ROOTS,
MADE KROM ROOTS,
MADE FROM ROOTS,
BARKS AND HERBS,
BARKS aWd HERRS.
B/.RKS AND HERBS.
AMBROSIAL SONG.
man's power, woman’s glory,
Through me glows the essence fine
That for Eve’s full locks in Eden
Drip d from every flowery shrine.
O how Adam prized the treasure—
Bow he gloated on each curl.
Flowing soft as angel’s plumage
Round her perfect brow of pearl I
Wou’d you have this power, this glory?
Would you laugh al changing time ?
Would you dread not blighting tover,
Or the arid ness of clime ?
Would you be like your first parents.
With a glorious crown of hair
Waving, curling, glowing o er you
In the dryeet, darkest air!
Hate you scurfs disease and dandrwff?
Love you cleanliness like those
Who made their exquisite toilet
Long ago by Eden's rose ?
Wish you for the perfect beauty?
Pine you tor the fadeless glow ?
Then, without a doubt of triumph.
To my guardian Sterling go’
DR. 11. H. STERLING,
Storting's Anibresia.
MEAN.—No greater meanness con be perpetrated than te
exhibited by some of the former ossaci&tcs of Dr. Sterling,
who have undertaken to succeed in palming off upon Osa
public articles of a similar name to the “ Ambrosia.**
they possess any merit, which is questionable, they do ftofc
deserve the support of the public, because of their attempt
to secure to themselves a patronage at the expense of the
'former. To rob Dr. S. of his reputation, aud his Ambroste
its extensive usefulness, is both a meanness and aa tat*
position upon the public.
STERLING’S AMBROSIA is tor sale by all DruggLite.
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Dr. STERLING’S AMBROSIA
ft a stimulating, oily extract of Roots, Barks, and SedW.
It will cure all diseases ot the Scalp and itching of Cha
Head ; entirely eradicates Dand-ruft, tfw iutir
from falling out, or from turning prematurely gray, caus
ing it to grow thick and long. It is entirely •Uffereut irou»
all other preparations, and can be relied 00.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS I
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS l
BEWARE GF IMITATIONS i
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS !
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS !
BEWARE OF IMITA r MCONS t
SOLD BT
SOLD BY
SOLD BY
SOLD RY
SOLD RY
SOLD BY
HOME DRfTGGffrr®.
SOME DRUGGIST®.
SOME DRUGGISTS,
SOME DRUGGISTS..
HOME DRUOGISTB.
SOME DRUGGIBW,
FOR WHAT REASON f
FOR WHAT REASON ?
FOR WHAT REASON ?
FOR WHAT REASON ?
FOR WHAT REASON ?
FOB WHAT REASON ?
THEY BUY IT CHEAPER,
THEY BUY IT OHEAPBBL
THEY BUY IT CHEAPER,
THEY BUY IT CHEAPER.
THEY BUY IT CHEAPER.
THEY BUY IT CHEAPER.
AND DEFRAUD THE PUBLIC.
AND DEFRAUD THE PUBLIC.
AND DEFRAY'D THE PUBLIC.
AND DEFRAUD THE PUBLIC.
jnd Defraud the public.
AND DEFRAUD THE PUBLIC.
THE ONLY GKNDY2f»
rHE ONLY GSNUINK
IHE ONLY GENUINE
THE ONLY GENUIiBE
THE ONLY GENUUfS
THE ONLY GENtfINK
IS DR. BTERING’S.
IS DR. STERLING’S.
IS DR. STERLING'S.
IS DR. STERLING'S.
IS DR. STERLING’S.
IS DR. STERLING’S.
“Among the vast extent of vegetable extracts, the moat
efficacious are oftem the most simple and
By a happy combination of these simple remedies of
tore, Dr. H. H. Sterlixg has compounded a valuoShs
stimulant for the hair, which, when properly applied, ca*
never fail to secure the most beneficial results. It is tor
sale by all druggists. Gall for ‘ Stbhlixg’s Ambrosia? ’*—
Some Jotirnai.
Johx C. Lr®, Esq,, writing to Dr. Strklxng, tolls the fol
lowing : " For over six months I was compelled to wear a
wig, owing to the loss of my hair. • * * I tried a few
bottles only of your ‘ Ambrosia,’ when my bead became
entirely covered with a crop ©f lino young hair.” Toor
druggist has it.
A correspondent inquires : “Will Stsklimg’s Amb mom a
cause the hair to grow out of a buflUlo robe that has b«ea
long in use, and beceme bare in spots T w We should be
glad to restore our correspondent's favorite robe to re
spectability—but we can only recommended the article
as valuable for barren intellects, giving him the first
choice of application. It is tor sale by year druggist «u*>
doubted!/.
A. H. Cj-MPmax, Esq., says of Stirling’s Ambrosia t
“ After mv hair had become so thin as to cause me muck
alarm, a friend advised me to try your preparation, and*
I am glad to sav, that now my hair has again began te
grow, and I shall soon have a better head of hair than I
ever bad.” Ask your Druggist for it.
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I •' OH AWN & ENGRAVED FROM LIFE.%
To have thick, glossy, soft and healthy growing hair, ft
Is only necessary to use Sterling's Ambrosia—the No. 1
bottle at night. No. 2in the morning. Its effects upon th®
sc alp are coeling and invigorating—its results what we
.have asseverated. Sold by Druggists generally.
Wit is a well known fact to thousands in the oity of New
York that this the only article yet discovered that will
Cure the Diseases of the Scalp, and cause the Hair t®
Grow.
FRIGE 5100 PER BOX-CONTAINING TWO BQTTLBSJ
DR. H. H. STERLING,
Sole Proprietor,
No. 493 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
STERUNG'S AMBROSIA.
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