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gms of the Week.
The estimated cost of the ship canal
Xround Niagara Falls is five and a half millions. It is pro
posed to build it from the Headwaters to Lewiston, wiui
Jocka 300 feet long, 50 feet wide, and 10 deep In ad
<ditidn to this, three and a half millions wil be asked for
jfche enlargement of the Oswego and Erie Canals, ana tour
millions for a canal from the St. Lawrence overto Albany
via Lake Champlain ; and thirteen millions for an en
largement of the Illinois Canal, from Keokuk to Chicago,
jfo that vessels of 600 tons burthen can pass : in all making
thirty- six millions.
A drugged soldier who was taken, in
Charge at Providence, K. 1., by Captain Hamlin, laStweek.
■was found to have $3,000,000 of “securities” in his overcoat
pocket. That is, he had lonafuie certificates ot thirty thou
sand shares ot stock in a Silver Mining Company, the par
value of which is SIOO a share. It was stolen from a law
yer’s office, and proving unavailable for the thief, he prob
ably selected the drunken soldier’s pocket as the most con
venient repository for the plunder.
At half-past five o’clock last Friday
Tnorning, the depot of the Camden and Amboy railroad
was totally destroyed by lire. An explosion of gas is said,
io have caused the fire The property lost is heavy.
About fifty cars laden with freight were destroyed, and
two fire engines. The telegraph office connected with the
depot, and the building used for the reception of emi
grants, are among the ruins.
The conti act price of the Camanche,
Bonk in San Francisco harbor, was $565,000 Her builders
received on account of construction, $337,500. They in
jured her for S3BO 000, and assigned the policies to the
which thus is perfectly secured against loss.
The outlay of the contract amounts to $440,000. The vessel
Will be raised, damaged about 35 per cent.
The Niagara Falls Gazette says of
the ice jam at Lewiston, N. Y.: “It has crushed or car
ried out into the river the buildings on the dock, both at
Lewiston and Queenstown. Some of the buildings were
•carried away and left high on the ice some distance from
shore. It is the mast destructive ice jam Lewistonians
Lave had in twenty years.”
An immense waterfall has been dis
covered In the Valley of the Snake, or Lewis fork of the
Columbia river. Snake river is full as large as the Niag
ara, and the entire volume pours over a sheer precipice
<me hundred and ninety-eight feet high, thirty-eight feet
higher than Niagara. The locality of this stupendous water
fall is near the Shoshone or Salmon Falls, on that river.
The liquor dealers of San Francisco
we much excited at the prospect of another tax being
levied by Congress upon their stocks of liquors. They say
they have already paid one excise tax on the liquurs
which have gone into private stores, and they cannot see
With what justice they can be called upon to pay another
The whole number of national banks
organized on the 12th of January was 208, having an ag
gregate capital of $32,234,200, divided among 23 States and
?he District of Columbia. Since the 12th, a dozen banks
have been added to the above, with a capital of nearly
$2,600,000.
Nearly 50 persons in Manchester,
N. H., have been detected as participants in an extensive
Bay tern of stealing from the Manchester and Amoskeag
■Jail's, and eight have confessed their guilt and been lined.
Many ofthem were girls, whose reputation had before
hoe n irreproachable.
The 2d Anniversary of the W. P.
ClAstian Commission was held at Philadelphia last
'Thursday evening, in the Academy of Music. George B.
■Stuart, President of the Commission, presided. The
Amount received and distributed for the last year was
$1,000,000.
The Great Britain steamship was
wrecked on the Bth ultimo at St. Jago. The crew and
..ya«sengers were saved. The Great Britain had been afloat
since 1846: she was then the largest iron steam vessel that
had e\ er been launched.
The “humanities” have been shocked
At Newport, R. I The school committee of the city have
distributed twelve raw hides among the school teachers,
with orders to use them—whereatthe whole community is
deeply exercised.
Three men went into two of the
boilers of the Ravine Coal Company, at Pittston Pa., to
clean them. While they were in, some one accidentally
-turned the hot water into the boilers and scalded tnem to
'death
Surveyor Denison was examined last
Wednesday morning before the Committee of Public Ex
penditures at Washington, in reference to the New York
f rauds. The history of the discovery of the
Xrauds was disclosed.
An immense number of peach trees
weie destroyed in the Northwest by the New Year’s
storm. Those that escaped killing outright were so much
injur, d by the frost that they can hardly recover their
.fruit bearing powers for a couple of years to come.
The New Orleans Bee states that
Serious apprehensions are felt lest the recent cold
■weather may kill the orange trees throughout the State.
The calamity has occurred twice—once in 1772, and again
jn 1823.
The Fort Wayne and Chicago Rail-
Toad Company have recommenced running their train 9
lofiall parts of the L road. The business of the road was
Suspended, as before noticed, in consequence of the engi
neers’ strike.
The Empress has discarded white
jrto'kings, and wears blue and white striped. If she had
added another color, red, she would have the tri-color just
w here the legitimists would like to have it—under her foot.
Walb Wivu.
What a change in the weather. Re
ally it looks as if gentle Spring were resolved on
throwing us out of frigidity, with her zephyr-like
.breath. Talking of Spring, reminds us of tho
good things in the line of eatables we can always
command (among others, when the season ar
rives, lamb, green peas, etc., etc.,) at the restau
rant and hotel of S. H. Chook, No. 74 Chatham
■street. An excellent house, in every respect, is
Crook’s for the citizen and the traveler.
Gentlemen who believe in sharp ra
zors and dexterous manipulations when they de
sire their beards removed, are invited to call at
the shaving, hair-dressing and bathing saloon,
corner of Broadway and Dey street.
Amateurs in music, desirous of being
put in possession of the latest and most popular
nongs, patriotic and sentimental, will find in
sheet-form everything worth purchasing, at the
music-store ef Hobace Waters, No. 481 Broad
way, where also can be had, on accommodating
terms, the best made and finest-toned piano
fortes manufactured in America. New music
can always be tried before purchasing.
Deafness, Impaired Sight,
NOISES IN THE HEAD,
CATAHBHAL 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.
VvN EISENBERG, at his Consulting Rooms,
116 Broadway, near Twelfth street.
Man, as has been often eaid, is the
creature of accidents, and among these accidents
the taking of medicine holds an important place.
We laugh at physicians and remedies when in
health, but at the hour [of sickness, we are glad
to employ the former and to use tho latter.
Now amongst the very best of the remedies of
which we have any knowledge, are those so well
known to the public under the name of “Helm
bold’s Preparations,” and which have boon in
popular use for many years.
The Extract Buchii is very widely and favora
bly knowil as the leading remedy for many com
plaints, and has in its range of operations no ri
val ; while the Compound Fluid Extract of Sarsa
parilla is a most excellent preparation for puri
fying the blood and invigorating the human sys
tem. It is, therefore, especially useful at the
present season.
Hehnbold’s Improved Rose Wash is also a very
superior article, and is deservedly popular.
We know of no class of preparations which ex
cel these, or which deserve and receive more of
the patronage of the public.
Barney’s Nassau street Dining Sa
loon, (at No. 113) is a good place to go to for a
first-class meal. Every dish ordered is neatly
, and promptly served. Charges moderate. Make
, Barney a visit.
If you would enjoy a pure wine or
ether liquor, or a choice Havana, call at Fuller
■& Brother’s Westchester Saloon, corner of the
■Bowery and Broome street. A pleasant hour
xnay be passed there.
Bo:: vivants are advised that Sam
.Eellingbr, the well-known caterer, serves to
order game or other dinner at the Monument
House, No. 6 Union Square, that an epicure
might sit-down to and discuss with philosophical
24st. Doa’-t forget Sam.
THE.latest and most approved styles
of silver-plated and other ware, cutlery, etc., in
.fine, everything necessary for housekeeping, can
■be purchased -cheaper than elsewhere, at E. D.
JBabsford’s. store, Cooper Institute, Astor Place.
Trusses, &c.—Marsh & Co.’s Radical
Cure Trass office -only at No. 2 Vesey street. Also,
Supporters, Suspensory Bandages, Silk Elastic
Stockings for Verieose Veins, Shoulder Braces,
(gte. A lady attendant.
Notice.
Go to Crook’s, No. 55 Bowery,
for your
Breakfast, Dinner and Tea[Ed.
~~DIED. ~
DEMAREST,—On Friday.JJan. 29, of consumption, Jacob
Demarest, aged 45years.
The relatives and friends of the family, also the members
of Mystic Tje Lodge, No. 272, F. and A. M., and the fra
ternity generally, are respectfully invited to attend his
funeral from his late residence, No. 140 East Twenty
fourth street, one door east of Second avenue, on Sun
day, Jan. 31, at IP. M.. without further invitation.
GILBERT—.On Monday, January 25, Mary Agnes, wife of
of James A. Gilbert, and daughter of James D. and
Annie H, Stewart, in the 25th year of her age.
Ber remains were interred in the family grounds in Green
wood Cemetery.
California papers please copy.
geW.
Mrs, Cora I. V Hatch will speak, as
usual, this (Sunday) at 3 and 7% P. M., in Clinton Hall*
Astor Place. Subject for the evening chosen by a com
mitte selected by the audience. Discussion after the lec
ture. Tickets 10 cents, for sale at the door.
i@“Marhct Savings Bank. —This lastltn
tion will be opened on Monday, February Ist, 1864. The
public are respectfully invited to visit the Banking Room,
No. 82 Nassau street, a few doors below Fulton. From and
alter February Ist the Bank will be prepared to receive
deposits and transact business. The Bank will be open
daily from 9 to 3 o’clock, and on Mondays and Thursdays
from 5 to 7 P. M.
LUTHER C. CARTER, President.
Henry R. Conklin, Secretary.
TRUSTEES.
LUTHER C. CARTER, President, 18 Wall street.
JAMES O. STONEALL, Ist Vice-Pres., 131 Fulton st.
CHAS COOPER, 2d Vice-Pres 1 , 29 &30 Fulton Market.
THOMAS W. COWDIN, Treasurer, 36 Beekman street.
HENRY R. CONKLIN, Secretary, 465 Third avenue.
ELIAS J- BEACH, |> r Wqqoan street
JAMES 8. CARPENTIER, J " assau stree “
AMOR J. WILLIAMSON. 11 Frankfort street
JOHN THOMAS, 113 Fulton street.
GERSHOM BANKER, 7 Bowling Green.
WILLIAM C. CONNER. 28 Centre street.
FRANCIS C. WHITE, 373 Fourth avenue.
ANTHONY MATTERAN, 21 Beekman street.
HENRY M REED Staten Island.
JOHN G. LIGHTBODY, 24 Beekman street.
J iCOB F. CARLETON, United States Hotel.
THOMAS CLARK, Post-office.
ALFRED DORLON, 95 Fulton Market.
CALVIN L. GODDARD, 3 Bowling Green.
FRANCIS L. HARRIS, 43 Bowling Green.
ALFRED A. VALENTINE, 171 Broadway.
WILLIAM VANNAME, 216 Broadway.
JOHN P. HUGGINS, Lovejoy’s Hotel.
SHERIDAN SHOOK, 130 Broadway.
GIDEON L WALKER, 35 Wall street.
CONRAD F. WETTYEN, 521 Third avenue.
DAVID H. GOULD, 35 Nassau street.
ANDREW CAMPBELL, 404 Third avenue.
BARTHOLMEW B. CHAPPELL, 469 Third avenue.
JOHN KEYSER, 332 West Twelfth street.
LEWIS F. RANDOLPH, 311 West Twenty-first street
LOFTUS WOOD, 237 Water street.
JOSEPH FORSYTH, Washington Market
ISAAC S. ALLAIRE, 618 Water street.
EDWARD MILLS. 198 Broadway.
SAMUEL SNEEDEN, Greenpoint.
WILLIAM 11. LEONARD, Scranton Coal Office.
Eureka ! Eureka !—A Fine, Dark,
©LOSSY HEAD OF HAIR, no matter how gray previous
ty, may be obtained without dyeing, by ueing
O. HAUCHFAUSS’ EUREKA HAIR INVIGORATOR.
Price $1 a bettie ; $9 a dozen. The public are invited to
see certificates at the manufacturer’s depot
N0.J52 CHATHAM STREET.
The Great English Remedy*
SIR JAMES CLARKE’S
CELEBRATED FEMALE PILLS.
Prepared from a prescription of Sir J. Clarke, M. D.
Physician Extraordinary to the Queen.
Thia well-known medicine is no imposition, but a sure
and safe remedy for Female Difficulties and Obstructions,
from any cause whatever; and although a powerful rem
edy, it contains nothing hurtful to the constitution. To
married ladies it is peculiarly suited It will, in a short
time, bring on the monthly period with regularity.
In ah cases ot Nervous and Spinal Affection, Pain in the
Back and Limbs, Fatigue on slight exertion. Palpitation
of the Heart, Hysterics, and Whites, these Pills will effect
a cure when all other means have faLed; and although a
powerful remedy, do not contain iron, calomel, antimony,
©r anything hurtful to the constitution.
Full directions in the pamphlet around each package,
which should be carefully preserved.
For full particulars, get a pamphlet, free, of the agent.
N. B.—sl and 6 postage stamps enclosed to any author
ized agent, will ensure a bottle containing over w pills by
return mail.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
JOB MOSES, No. 27 Courtland st, New York,
Sole United States Agent
Our Letter A Family Sewing Machine,
wHh all the new improvements, is the best and cheapest
and most beautiful Sewing Machine in the world. No
other Sewing Machine has so much capacity for a great
range of work, including the delicate and ingenious pro*
oesaes of Hemming, Braiding, Binding, Embroidering,
Falling, Tucking, Cording, Gathering, Ac., Ac.
Tne Branch Offices -are’ weil supplied with silk twist,
ifcreatt. needles, oil.: Ac., of the very bestquality.
fiend fbr a Pamphlet
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
No. 458 Broadway, New York.
If You Want to Know
Man and Woman inside and out, what the sexes are made
•f, and how drawn together, the causes of disease and of
matrimonial and social wretchedness, read revised and
enlarged edition of
“ MEDICAL COMMON SENSE,”
A curious book for curious people, and a good book fer
every one. Price $2. Contents tables mailed free to every
appUcant Address
DR. E. B. FOOFE,
1130 Broadway, New York.
A L LAO K ’ 8 ! -
MONDAY EVENING, FEB. 1. 1864.
Charles Dance’s two Comedies,
NAVAL ENGAGEMENTS,
In which Mr. Leste r Wallack, Mr. Gilbert, Mr. Browne,
Mr. Norton, Mrs. Wilkins and Miss Madeline Henriques
will perform. And the
OLD ENGLISH GENTLEMAN,
MLsss Tone Burke, Mrs John Sefton, Miss Green. Miss Bar
rett, Mr. Mark Smith, Mr. Fisher, Mr. Floyd, Mr. Young,
sustaining the principal characters.
TUESDAY.
I OR THE BENEFIT
OF THE
SANITARY COMMISSION,
On which occsaion the entire receipts will be presented to
that .institution, Mr. Lester Wallack’s play of
ROSEDALE
Will be performed.
WEDNESDAY,
MARRIED LIFE.
THURSDAY,
86th night of ROSEDALE
FRIDAY.
THE CLANDESTINE MARRIAGE.
SATURDAY.
87th time, ROSEDALE.
FOX’S OLD BOWERY THEATRE.—
Lessee, Director, and Manager Mr. G. I* FOX.
SECOND WEEK -
OF THE
IMMENSELY SUCCESSFUL,
NEW AND GORGEOUS
PANTOMIME,
BY
G. L. FOX.
Entitled,
THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT,
the attraction of which is
SO GREAT
THAT MANY THOUSANDS
have been compelled to leave the Theatre nightly,
UNABLE TO GAIN ADMISSION.
PRODUCED WITH SPLENDID EFFECTS,
EVERYTHING ENTIRELY NEW
and of the most costly description,
REGARDLESS OF EXPENSE.
It will be performed
EVERY NIGHT TILL FURTHEE'NOTICE,
AND SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT
■ Mr. G. L. Fox and his popular Troupe of Pantomimists
will appear in it, together with
THE LILLIPUTIAN FAMILY
and the
SPRIGHTLY BAND OF FAIRIES.
THE LAST SCENE
BEGGARS DESCRIPTION.
A BRILLIANT PICTURE
OF
DAZLLING SPLENDOR.
A Drama and Farce also will be performed.
museum. -
ONE WEEK MORE, AND BUT ONE
of that magnificent drama,
CAMILLA’S HUSBAND,
which must give place to another splendid piece to be
brought out on Monday, February Sth. Till then it will be
played
EVERY AFTERNOON and EVENING.
THE TYROLEAN WHISTLER
plays three whistles at once, and on the
TYROLEAN FAMILY COFFEE POT,
at each performance, and
Mr. W. B. HARRISON, COMIC VOCALIST AND
EXTEMPORANEOUS POET AND SINGER.
To be seen at all hours,
FOUR ENORMOUS GIANTS.
each over 8 feet high,
COL. ROUTH GOSHEN,
the Splendid Arabian Giant, born in the ci tv of Jerusalem.
THE GREAT FRENCH GIANT.
THE TOWERING GIANT BOY.
THE NOVA SCOTIA GIANT GIRL.
ONLY 17 YEARS OLD and OVER 8 FEET HIGH!
THE LILLIPUTIAN KING, 14 years old, only 22 inches
high, and weighs but 17 pounds.
WHAT IS IT? or, MAN MONKEY.
THREE GROUPS OF MOVING WAX FIGURES,
THE MONSTER SERPENTS.
GRAND AQUARIA. MAMMOTH BEAR. &c.
Admission, 25 cents. Children under ten, 15 cents.
PARK THEATRE-BROOKLYN-
Leseee and Manager Mr. Gabriel Harrison
Stage Manager Mr. B. A. Baker
THE HARRISON
ENGLISH OPERA TROUPE.
MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY Ist.
MARIT A N A .
MARITANAMadame COMTE BORCHARD
Don Jose Mr. S. C. Campbell
Don Cajsar de.BazanMr. Wm. Castle
Conductor Mr. THEODORE THOMAS.
WOOD’S MINSTREL HALL,
514—BROADWAY—514—opp. St. Nicholas Hotel.
HENRY WOOD Sole Proprietor and Manager.
IMMENSE SUCCESS. CROWDED HOUSES.
MONDAY. Feb. 1, ana every evening during the week.
WOOD’S MINSTRELS*.
THE AFRICAN CAMILLE, IHE CHALLENGE DANCE,
THE FOUR CROW S, GIDEON’S BAND.
MUGOLOGY, THE SLEIGHING CARN IVAR
“COME WHERE MY LOVE LIES DREAMING,”
COMIC BANJO SOLOS RAILROAD EXPLOSION. &c. by
Charley Fox, Frank Brower, A. J. Talbott, Cool White,
C. Henry, C. G. Lockwooa, Glenn. Schwicarai, Master
Wood,.lsaac Brothers, Schapcott, Patterson, Leis, Ac.
Doors open C>%, o’clock; commence at 7%. Tickets. 26 cts.
BRYANTS’.
MECHANICS’ HALL. No. 472 BROADWAY,
MONDAY FEB. Ist. and every night during the week,
CROWDED HOUSES. CONTINUED SUCCESS OF
DEAF AS A POST.
Nelse Seymour and Dan Bryant.
Dave Reed in .his eccentric plantation scene, Nancy Fat.
Tin Pan onion, Serious Faiirily, Mac’s Essences
,LES MISERABLES: or, THE SEIEDY MUSICIANS.
Fife and Drum Major. Donnybrook Reel, The Magic Echo.
POMPEY’S BLUixDERS.
Old PuffyN. Seymour I Pompey Sma”hall.Dan Bryant
EXEMPT SHAKERS, THE PERFECT CURES,
U. S. G.
Doors open at 6>i~Curtain rises at 7% o’clock. Tickets
25 cento.
PERHAM’S, No. 585 BROADWAY.—
SUCCESSFUL INAUGURATION
OF THE
NATIONAL HOME ENTERPRISE.
THE GREAT STEREOSCOPTKION
AND MIRROR OF THE REBELLION.
Every evening at 7%, and Wednesday and Saturday
afternoon at 3«o’clock. Single admission, 25 cente.
National Home Tickets, admitting lour, One Dollar.
See bills giving details ot the enterprise.
Hope chapel,
718 BROADWAY,
EVERY AFTERNOON AT 3 O’CLOCK.
EVERY AFTERNOON AT 3 O’CLOCK.
EVERY NIGHT AT 8 O’CLOCK.
EVERY NIGHT AT 8 O’CLOCK.
■THE NEW SENSATION OF THE DAY.
The most refined and .delightful resort in the city for
ladies.
198th time of
THE MAMMOTH STEREOSCOPTICON;
OR.
“MIRROR OF THE UNIVERSE.”
which is still a brilliant success,
in connection with the
TOUR OF THE WORLD.
I y particular request, those thrilling scenes,
THE OBSEQUIES OF HIS GRACE
ARCHBISHOP HUGHES,
will be exhibited, ti succession with the grand view of
HIS HOLINESS PIUS IX.
BLESSING HIS PEOPLE ON EASTER DAY,
FROM THE
BALCONY OF ST. PETER’S, AT ROME,
and other
MAGNIFICENT APPROPRIATE PIECES.
Doors open ■nt 7. Tours begin at BP. M. Admission 25c,
Grand matinee every afternoon at 3 o’clock.
Reserved seats 50 c. H. B. McKEON, Manager
Academy of music.
Director Max Maretzek
THE OPERA.
The public and the patrons of the Opera are respectful
ly informed that the Director will reopen the Academy
of Music for a season of
ITALIAN OPERA.
consisting of sixteen regu.ar opera nights, which will
take place during the ccming month of February, 1864.
The first representation will be
ON MONDAY EVENING, Feb. 1, at 8 o’clock,
when will be produced Petrella’s new and brilliant opera,
in 4 acts of
IONE;
OR, THE LAST DAYS OF POMPEII,
with its splendid mise en scene,
AND THE GREAT ORIGINAL CAST.
lone Mme JOSEPHINE ME DORI
NidiaMlle. HENRIETTA SULZER
GlaucoSig FRANCISCO MaZZOLENI
ArbacesSig. FERNANDO BELLINI
Bur boSig. HANIBAL BIACHI
SalustioSig. Reichardt
ClodloHerr Muller
DirceMlle. Milner
Conductor Sig J. NUNO.
The regular opera nights of next week will be
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY and FRIDAY,
On SATURDAY AFTERNOON. Feb. 6,
A GRAND MATINEE.
New bowery theatre.
EXTRA NOTICE.
FRIDAY EVENING, Feb. Sth, 1864.
BENEFIT
of
MR. J W. LING ARD,
MANAGER AND PROPRIETOR.
Mr. Lingard would respectfully announce to his friends
and patrons that, as he is about to depart for
EUROPE
on & brief visit, he has been solicited to present his name
as a BENEFICIARY, trusting to that generous response
which they have hitherto so lavishly bestowed upon his
efforts to cater for their amusement The entertainments
will be unusually attractive, as many
CELEBRATED ARTISTS
have kindly proffered their
VALUABLE SERVICES
for that occasion.
In future advertisements full particulars will be an
nounced.
Box sheet will be opened on Monday, Feb. Ist
Theatre franoais.-
NIBLO’S CONCERT SALOON.
EVERY TUESDAY. THURSDAY AND SATURDAY.
TUESDAY, Feb. 2, LE MARIA LA CaMPAGNE (Serious
Family), Comedie in three acts, by MM. Bayard and de
Vailly. LES FILS GAVET, Folie Vaudeville in one act.
by MM. Lehman and Hugo.
Doors open at 7X; to commence at 7% precisely.
THURSDAY, Feb. 4. 1864-BENEFIT OF ERNEST
GRAVIER; LE DEMI MONDE.Comedie in five acta,by
M. Aiesandre Dumas’ fils.
Box office at No. 623 Broadway.
fXIBCUS._BROXDWAY AMPHITHEA.
Vy THE.-No. 485 BROADWAY.
U B. LENT. Manasrw.
ENGAGEMENT OF THE
GREAT ARAB TROUPE.
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L Doors open at 7: to commence 7?£ o’clock.
ON WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AFTERNOON
MATINEES FOR FAMILIES, commencing at 2&.
SEATS MAY BE SKCUREB THREE DAYS IN
ADVANCE WITHOUT EXTRA CHaRGE.
VAN AMBURGH & CO’S MENAGERIE.
GREAT MORAL EXHIBITION,
AND EGYPTIAN CARAVAN.
HYATT FROSTManager.
No. 539 and 541 BROADWAY-
(Between Spring and Prince streets.)
Open from 10A. M.,toloP M. Admission, 25 cents. “
TWELFTH WEEK of unprecedented success of the Mam
moth Zoological Enterprise.
v ■
A LEOPARD AND YOUNG.
IMMENSE SUCCESS! IMMENSE SUCCESS 11
IMMENSE SUCCESS ! ! !
Crowds daily visit this unparalleled exhibition, and are
astonished and delighted by the overwhelming grandeur
and gorgeous magnificence of the interior decorations.
The Birds and Animals therein contained, for beauty and
variety, surpass anything of the kind ever seen on this
continent.
il■
A WILD KANSAS BUFFALO.
A PAIR OF WHITE PEACOCKS, recently imported
from Germany, and are whits as the driven snow, and the
first of the kind ever seen in any country. Tneir tails
form a magnificent plumage, which they elevate at pleas
ure over their bodies. Not one spo, or a single dark shade
tarnishes the dazzling whiteness of their plumage.
S’Ay
A PAIR OF JAPANESE MASKIN SWINE.
•MORNING, AFTERNOON and NIGHT are to be seen
three grand with Elephants, Po
nies, ifionkeys, Mules. Lions, Tigers, Leopards, &c.
STRICTLY MORAL AND REFINED.
Animals and Birds of every variety to be seen at all hours.
PATHOLOGICAIj
WONDERS
IT
THE NEW YORK
museum of anatomy.
No. 618 JWOADWAY.
ONDER OF WONDERS
TO BE SEEN ONLY
NEW YORK
MUSEUM OF ANATOMY.
No. CIS BROADWXT,
NEW YORK DISPATCH.
NIBLO S GARDEN—Commences at7|.—
Lessee and Manager Wm. Wkkatlft.
FOURTH WEEK. FOURTH HWEEK.
On MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY Ist. 1861 J
AND EVERY EVENING DURING THE WEEKJ
BRILLIANT AND ENTHUSIASTIC SUCCESS.
CHARLE- GAYLER’S NEW IRISH DRAMA,
Acknowledged by houses crowded from parquette to
ceiling to be
THE GREATEST TRIUMPH ACHIEVED FOR YEARS.
Mr. AND Mrs. BARNEY WILLIAMS,
in their Life-like portraiture of
IRISH PEASANT LIFE.
THE CONNIE SOOGAH
Is now crowding by far the largest theatre in the country
to overflowing, 'and hundreds are nightlv obliged to re
tire, unable to get a glimpse of the stage.
ALL THE BEAUTIFUL TABLEAUX
ARE NIGHTLT ENCORED.
The SCENERY is ALL NEW, and a facsimile of the
original.
THE WATER SCENE
SURPASSING in NATURALNESS and EFFECT,
any representation of a similar character'
Ever presented to the newyork public.
APPROPRIATE MUSIC, SONGS and DANCES
are interspersed throughout the piece.
The cast of characters are so distributed as to introduce
EVERY MEMBER OF THE TALENTED COMPANY.
It is confidently claimed that the manner in which
THE COONIE SOOGAH
is mounted, has never been surpassed in
EITHER EUROPE OR AMERICA,
making in its entirety
A MOST RECHERCHE ENTERTAINMENT.
PRICES :
Admissionso cents
Secured seats to Parquette Stalls and Parquette
Circle7s cents
Family Circle (entry in Crosby street)2s cents
Private Poxes Six and eight dollarg
Box Office open from S A M till SP.M.
In order to prevent the patrons of
MR. AND MRS BaRNIY WILLIAMS
from being disappointed in gaining admission in the eve
ning. and to enable families to make up their parties in
advance, arrangements have been made by which
SEATS MAY’ BE SECURED SIX DAYS 1N ADVANCE.
FRIDAY EVE NIG. Feb. 5. 1861,
FIRST BENEFIT THIS SEASON
or
MRS. BARNEY WILLIAMS.
TVIBLO’S GARDEN.
JLI EXTRA ADVERTISEMENT.
MRS. BARNEY WILLIAMS
ha I the honor to announce that
HER FIRST BENEFIT THIS SEASON
will take place on
FRIDAY EVENING, Feb. fith, 1864,
when she will have the pleasure of presenting
AN ENTERTAINMENT OF UNUSUAL EXCELLENCE.
Box book now open.
QLYMPIO THEATREc-
Leesee and DirectressMrs. John Wood
Huge ManagerJ. H. Selwyn
THE GREAT SUCCESS
Which has attended the production of the present
MOST LAUGHABLE AND ATTRACTIVE PROGRAMME,
and the
CROWDED HOUSES
Having prevented many of the patron? of the Olympic
from witnessing it, the production of
SEVERAL NOVELTIES
Has been postponed to allow lor its continuance,
The performances every night commencing with the
most successful comic play produced this
season, entitleci
A BULL IN A CHINA SHOP.
Mr. J. R. MORTIMER, Mr. J. 11. STODDART,
Mr. W. DAVIDGE, Mr. T. OWENS,
Mr. G. BECKS, Miss J. WALTERS,
Mrs. SLOAN, Miss HARRIS,
Miss DE LACY.
Concluding with the
Great Equestrian Burlesque of
MAZEPPA;
OR,
THE UNTAMED ROCKING-HORSE,
Received every night during the past two weeks with
shouts of laughter,
and in which
Mrs. JOHN WOOD
* appears as
OLINSKA, THE PEARL OF POLAND,
with her
Lunatic embodiments patterned alter
OPHELIA AND LUCIA, (
and
Mr. FRANK DREW
, as
MAZEPPA, alias CASSIMIR, a Page of Mystery,
Introducing the
Wonderful and Daring Act of Equitation,
and his celebrated impersonations of
CARDINAL WOOLSEY and CLAUDE MELNOTTE.
Will shortly be produced.
(for the first time in America,)
A New Comedy, by Leicester Buckingham, entitled
SILKEN FETTERS.
Also, for the first time in America, the great Burlesque
on a famous but confused opera, entitled
ILL TREATED, IL TROVATORE,
in which
Mr. FRANK DREW and Mrs. JOHN WOOD
will appear.
Doors open at 7. Performances commence at 7%.
Seats secured three days in advance.
New bowery theatre.
Sole Proprietor Mr. J. W. LINGARD
Stage-ManagerMr- N. B. CLARKE
MONDAY and TUESDAY, Feb. 1 and 2,1864.
EXTRAORDINARY' ENTHUSIASM.
FIFTH WEEK
OF THE GREAT WESTERN STAR,
MISS KATE FISHER.
ENTIRE CHANGE OF BILL.
Sixty-first and sixty-second night of the celebrated Pan
tomimist,
MR. EDWIN BLANCHARD.
Miss Fisher will appear for the first time m New York
Of DICK TURPIN, in the famous drama of
ROOKWOOD;
or DICK TURPIN’S ride from LONDON to YORK on the
FAMOUS MARE BLACK BESS. Also in her great Pro
tean character in the amusing Barletta of
THE THREE FAST MEN,
sustaining two different characters.
Mr. Blanchard’s Drama, first time here, of the
SHIPWRECKED MARINER.
The Mariner Mr. Blanchard
The Monkey Mr. G. Davenport
The favorite actress,
Mrs, W. G. JONES,
Geo. Brookes, Miss Hathaway, Mr. Marden, Mr. Lingard,
Mr. Glassford.
FRIDAY EVENING. Feb. 5, 1864.
BENEFIT
Mr. J. W. LINGARD.
OWE’S GREAT CIRCUS.
Nos. 199 AND 201 BOWERY.
PERFORMANCES EVERY EVENING, and
WEDNESDAY AiJD SATURDAY AFTERNOONS.
NEW AND BRILLIANT FEATURES.
AN ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME
FOR THIS WEEK.
THE SHERWOOD FAMILY
in their several daring acts of
EQUESTRIANISM.
And numerous other attractions.
ALL ENTIRELY NEW]
FRIDAY EVENING, February 5.
JOINT COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT
TO
MissseslDA AND AMELIA. AND Mast CHAS. SHER
WOOD.
Admission, 25 cents. Children, 15 cents.
Private Box Seats, 50 cents. Commence at 2>a and 7>a-
ATU R E UNV E f D
AT THE
NEW YORK
MUSEUM OF ANATOMY,
No. 518 BROADWAY.
T KINZEY’S
EIGHTH AVENUE
CHEAP STORE,
COMMENCING ON MONDAY.
CLOSING OET OF THE
ENTIRE STOCK
TO RETIRE FROM THE BUSINESS.
STOCK AND FIXTURES
FOR SALE,
, STORE TO LET.
$55,000 WORTH OF LACES, EMBROIDERIES, RIBBONS,
VELVETS, SILKS, FLOWERS, FEATHERS, BONNETS,
TRIMMINGS. HOSIERY, GLOVES, FANCY ARTICLES,
&c., &c.
SALE WILL COMMENCE ON MONDAY
AND CONTINUE UNTIL A PURCHASER 18 FOUND
FOR THE BUSINESS.
HANDKERCHIEF DEPARMENT.
THOUSANDS OF HANDKERCIIIES, from 3c up.
GENTS’ ALL LINEN HEMMED, 20c., 22c., 25c./
LADIES’ALL LINEN HEMMED, 15c.
LOTS OF HEMSTITCHED, commencing at 18c.
LOTS OF NEEDLE-WORK do., commencing at 20c.
LARGE LOT OF LACE DO., from 50c.
EMBROIDERY DEPARTMENT.
THOUSANDS OF COLLARS, commencing at 3c.
HUNDREDS OF LACE COLLARS, commencing at ss.
LOTS OF MUSLIN BANDS, commencing at 3c.
GENTS’ SHIRT BOSOMS, commencing at 6’.
MUSLIN SETS, commencing at 25c.
HUNDREDS OF VAILS AT 6c , 12c , UP.
LOTS OF MUSLIN CAP PATTERNS, 16c.
10.000 YARDS 8,000 YARDS
SILK ILLUSIONS, WIDE DRESS
PERFECT AND TARLETANS
IN GOOD ORDER, sc. AT se.
THOUSANDS OF YARDS OF LACES, Ic. UP.
MILLINERY DEPARTMENT.
PILES OF SILK VELVETS, Ic., 2c., 3c., 4c., YARD.
STACKS OF RIBBONS COMMENCING AT Ic.
FLOWERS AT YOUR PRICES.
FEATHERS AT YOUR PRICES.
VELVET EDGE RIBBONS, 6c YARD.
RICH PLAID RIBBONS. 6c YARD, UP.
BONNETS AND BLOOMERS, 6c. UP
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES.
ENTIRE STOCK FOR SALE.
JOB LOTS OF GOODS.
SOILED LOTS OF GOODS.
BALMORAL SKIRTS, A FEW LEFT.
GLOVE DEPARTMENT.
SOILED GLOVES, at 3c. and 6c.
SOILED SILK GLOVES, 6c.
SUANTITIES OF-LINED GLOVES, 10c. UP.
INGWOOD GLOVES, 31c., 40c., 50c.
EMBROIDERED LINED KIDS, sl.
PILES OF WINTER GLOVES, 12c., UP.
LOT OF SOILED KIDS, 10c.
GENT’S AND LADIES’ WHITE KIDS, 30c., 40c., 50c.
EMBROIDERED KID GLOVES, 60c.
GENT’S KID GLOVES, 50c.
LOTS OF GENT’S NECKTIES, 5c., UP. BARGAI NS.
BOXES OF GENT’S COLLARS, 2c., UP.
QUANTITIES OF SCARFS, commencing at 3c.
Woolen sleeves and leggings, isc.
WOOLEN HOODS. 25c., UP.
FANCY GOODS DEPARTMENT.
2,000 DOZENS SPOOL COTTONS, 6c., 10c.. dozen.
THOUSANDS OF 200 YARD SPOOL COTTONS, 3c.
MACHINE THREAD. WHITE AND BLACK, 3c.
JOB LOT OF CLARK’S COTTON, 3c.
8,000 DOZENS COTTON FOR MANUFACTURERS.
SEWING SILKS, 2 SKEINS, Ic.
DARNING COTTON, 2 SKEINS, lc.
SKIRT BRAIDS, 3c.
BEST PINS, 4c.
LADIES’PAGES.
BEST HOOKS AND EYES, &c.
gUANTITES OF PORTEMONNAIES, 12=., 15c. UP.
OTS OF TAPES, COTTON AND LINEN, lc. UP.
6,000 LADIES’ PAGES, at 3c,
BUTTONS, COMBS, BRUSHES. PERFUMERY. BAGS’
BRAIDS, TAPES AND FANCY ARTICLES GENER
ALLY.
HOSIERY DEPARTMENT.
LOTS OF FANCY WOOL HOSE, 6c., 6c., Sc., 10e-
LOTS OF COTTON HOSIERY. 10c., 12c., 15c.
GENTS’ WOOL HALF-HOSE, 18. c, 25c.
LOTS OF COTTON HALF-HOSE, 10c.
LADIES’ WOOLEN HOSE, 20c. UP.
GENUINE ENGLISH MERINO, 25c.
EXTRA HEAVY-FLEECED HOSE, 25c.
A SMALL LOT OF SILK HOSE, 60p.
WITH QUANTITIES OF GOODS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION CONTAINED IN THE
WHOLESALE AND EETAIL DEPARTMENTS.
WILLIAM KINZEY,
Nos. 221 and 223 EIGHTH AVENUE,
BETWEEN TWENTY-FIRST AND TWENTY-SECOND
STREETS.
XTBW INDIA SHAWLS.
JLI ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.,
Win make their
SPRING OPENING OF
INDIA CAMEL’B HAIR
LONG AND SQUARE SHAWLS,'
MONDAY, FEBRUARY Ist.
Canal, corner of Mercer street

HOTEL AND HO USE KEEPERS.
SHIRTING,
SHEETING,
AND PILLOW CASE
LINENS,
IN ALL WIDTHS,
DAMASK
TABLE CLOTHS
AND NAPKINS,
DAMASK BY THE YARD,
DOYLES,
HUCK,
AND DAMASK TOWELS
AND TOWELINGS,
ENGLISH
AND DOMESTIC
BLANKETS
AIX SIZES,
FLANNELS,
LANCASTER AND
MARSEILLES QUILTS,
IN NEW AND ELEGANT DESIGNS.
LACE CURTAINS,
TABLE AND
PIANO COVERS,
TABLE OIL CLOTHS,
CORNICES, PINS, Ac., Ac.
ALSO
PLAN, STRIPED, AND PLAID NANSOOK,
SWKS, CAMBRIC,
AND MULL MUSLINS,
AT PRICES GREATLY BELOW PRESENT MARKET
RATES.
Together with a full assortment of
COTTON SHEETINGS,
SHIRTINGS,
CANTON FLANNELS,
AND WHITE GOODS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
AT POPULAR PRICES.
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.,
Cor. CANAL and MERCER SIS.
JgLACK SILKS.
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.
HAVE NOW OPEN
A SUPERIOR LINE OF
“ BONNET” AND “ PONSON’S” TAFFETAS.
“ DRAP DE FRANCE,”
•• DRAP DE LYON,”
“ ARMURE COTELLE,”
“ GROS DE LONDON,”
“ POULT DE BOIES,”
“RADJMIR.”
MEDIUM AND EXTRA RICH
MOIRE ANTIQUES, Ac,
ALSO,
SEVERAL CASES OF
PLAIN ANDJ3ORDED SILKS,
IN ALL THE NEWEST SHADES.
RICH FANCY FOULARDS,
IN ENTIRELY 7 NEW DESIGNS,
JUST RECEIVED.
CANAL ST., COR. OF MERCER.
CONSTABLE & Co.
Infaddition to’their present
LARGE STOCK, 1
will offer on
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1,
6,0)0 Pieces PLAID,
STRIPED
AND
PLAIN,
JACONET,
CAMBRIC,
NANSOOK
AND
MULL MWBLINS,
At 25 per cent BELOW THEIR PRESENT MARKET
VALUE.
CANAL, cer. MERGER ST.
■pCTEW SPRING GOODS.
FRENCH
AN©
ENGLISH CALICOES.
FRENCH CAMBRICS
by the Yard and in Robes.
ENTIRELY NEW DESIGNS.
INDIA LINENS,
BRILLI ANTES,
GINGHAMS, Ac.,
Just received, and will be offered on
MONDAY, FEB. Ist.
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.
CANAL corner of MERCER ST.
BARGAINS.
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.
WILL OFFER ON
MONDAY, FEBRUARY Ist,
1,000 PIECES SUPERIOR 4-4 SHIRTING
LINENS,
AT 45C.. 50c. AND 55c. PER YARD.
CANAL, corner MERCER ST.
TANUARY , 1 8 6 4.
GREAT CLOSING OUT
SALE OF
B . T . HARDY’S
IMMENSE STOCKS OF
DRY GOODS
AT
25 PER CENT. DISCOUNT,
SHAWLS, CLOAKS and
DRESS GOODS
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST.
Great Stock of
BLACK SILKS,
Great Stock of
MERINOS,
Great Stock of
OTTOMAN CLOTHS,
Empress Cloths, Oashmeres, Wool Delaines, Alpacas,
Bombazines, Canton Cloths, Poplins, French Reps and
Dress Goods of choice designs.
Great Stock of
MOURNING GOODS.
Great Stock of
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS,
Lace and Muslin Curtains, Blankets, Quilts, Cotton
Goods, Ac , &c.
Also, Great Bargains in
BROCHE LONG SHAWLS.
Also, 3,000 Wool Long and Square Shawls, Broche
Striped Shawls, Stella bhawls, and Elegant Shawls of
every beßt imported.
CLOAKS, CLOAKS,
1,500 ELEGANT CLOTH
CLOAKS OF EVERY STYLE
CLOSING OUT
AT GREAT BARGAINS, at
HARDY’S.
No. 332 BOWERY, corner of Bond st.
JFNDIA (wanted) GOODS. - CHINESE,
L MANILLA and AMERICAN INDIAN GOODS of
VREY DESCRIPTION as Silks. Gauzes, Shawls, Crapes,
China, Lacquered Goods, or any other fancy or staple ar
ticle from the above countries, old or new, in large or
small quantities, WANTED.
By sending per mail a description of them, or directing
the goods at once to the store or
FOUNTAIN A CO., 858 BROADWAY 858,
2d story, between 13thand 14th st-s-,
it will meet with our promptest attention.
Catalogues of extensive stock of Goods are forwarded
gratis by mail to all parts of the country, if desired.
FOUNTAIN’S INDIA STORE,
858 BROADWAY 858.
French flannel army and
TRAVELING SHIRTS.
DRESS SHIRTS TO MEASURES,
>9O and $36 per dozen.
ROMAN SCARFS, SUPERB STYLES,
SI,OO to $2,25.
IMPROVED STEEL COLLARS, 75c. each.
WINTER UNDER-CLOTHING. GLOVES, SUSPENDERS
AND HANDKERCHIEFS.
JAMES PARRISH’S
No. 323 CANAL ST., (2d block from Broadway,) Iff. Y.
TifATTRASSES,
JLTJL FEATHERS,
BEDDING.
THE OLDEST ESTABLISHMENT IN TEE CITY.
WILLARD’S,
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HUDSON STREET.
The beet and cheapest place to buy Hair, Husk. Mom
and Spring Mattresses, Feather Beds, Bolsters and PiUowi
of every variety ; Comforters, Blankets, Quilts, Sheets.
Pillow Cases. Also, Bedsteads of all kinds,' (both wood and
isonj Cots, Ac. AH goods sold art this establishment
are warranted as represented. We do not sen an inferior
c* poorly made article for a good o®e.
PERKINS & BROTHER,
WHOLESALE AN© RETAIL DEAIJJHS IN
CARPETING,
©IL CLOTHS, MATTING,
STAIR RODS.
WINDOW SHADES, Ac.,
No. H BOWERY, NEAR HESTER ST.,
Naw York.
H. B. PERKINS,
J. P. PERKINS.
Terrible conflict in wall st.—
In consequence of the recent challenge issued by
JOHN BATES, of No. 11 Wall street, he has been literally
run down by tne fancy. First, four appeared in the list
against him ; then, eleven; then, forty-four ; and then
numerous others, in quick succession, from one to seven
ty-five—all of whom nit him without mercy. But, not
withstanding this, Mr. Bates assures his friends and the
public that lie stands unharmed, and is in as good condi
tion to-day as ever to cash prizes in all legalized lotteries,
and tojgive Information generally, at his rooms, No. 11
Vl all street.
i übHrations.
OAND PARAPHRASE DE CONCERT
On the Popular Air,
LISTEN TO THE MOCKING BIRD,
Composed by Edward Hoffman.
This is the piece which created such a furore at the
Varian-Hoffman Concerts, as performed by the author.
Price sl. Sent post free upon receipt of price.
LEE A WALKER, No. 722 Chestnut st, Philadelphia.
if AVNE FLAG, OR NO FLAG.”-NEW
Patriotic Song, by Mrs. Clara M. Brinkerhoff.
Price, 30c. Russian Waltz for Voice, by Antoine Kontsky;
price, 60c. Published bv WM. HALL A SON, No. 543
Broadway.
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OW READY- AN AUTHENTIC KEY
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It has been the object of the compiler in the preparation
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GREAT WAR STORY.
Founded on Fact
CLARA HOLLINBROOK,
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THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES
OF
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BY MRS. SARAH A. WEIGHT.
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NEW YORK.
Another “ mercury story. ”
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A Tale of the Lights and Shadows of
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Illustrations by Darby. Price, twenty-five cents.
This story,by the author of “The Owiet,” “Melpo
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Mailed, free of postage, on receipt of price. *
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No. 98 Nassau kt, N. Y.
galls ana gauriug.
A KION VOCAL SOCIETY.
'HI! ANNUAL GRAND
FANCY DRESS BALL
of the above Society will take
place in an unusually grand and
brilliant style,
Ox Thursday, Feb. 11,1864. jMa
AT THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
The different departments, in- J* z
eluding the restaurant and the or- HMv j
chestra will be under the special
superintendence of the most com
petent members of the society, and lirp*
no effort will be spared to combine 'Ba /
comfort with that splendor which A r
the society flatters itself has al
ways characterized its balls. v:/
Among other prominent gentle
men, Mr Blondin and the Emper
or Maximilian of Mexico, have
kindly consented to be present,
and perform some wonderlul feats |rwWjp
peculiar to their respective pro. j SwWa’lWA
fessions c
TICKETS, THREE DOLLARS,
admitting one gentleman and two WU
ladies. Every additional lady,
One Dollar more, can be procured B
from members of the society or at
the music store of Messrs. Beer A ‘
Schirmer, No. 701 Broadway, from W \/
3 till 6 o’clock. P. M , until the 10th v, V
of February. These tickets are not .
transferable. \
th e Committee of Arrangements.
qpHIRD ANNUAL RE UNION
IN AID OF THE
CHARITY FUND »
OF
EXCELSIOR LODGE, No. 195, F. and A. M.,
IRVING HALL, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3d, 1864.
The Committee of Arrangements having in charge this
re-union—the coming event of this week—have spared no
exertions to make the occasion acceptable. They respect
fully solicit the earnest assistance of the Fraternity par
ticularly, by their presence at this the Masonic Ball of the
season.
MUSIC BY WALLACE’S BAND.
Dancing will commence punctually at 9 P. M.
The Committee will t be favored by the Brethren appear
ing in full Masonic clothing.
GEO. W. RAY, Chairman.
Messrs Madden and APOLANT.lSecretaries.
Reception Committee.—Gold Badge.—G. R. Nicholl,
Chairman—S. Apolant, C. H. Van Is ess, J. P. Richards,
W. 11. Brower, J. Parkin. W. Lee, H. P. Casey, W. E.
Blake, E. G. Self, J Hamilton.
Floor Committee—Silver Badge—G. W. Ray, Chairman.
R. H. Jarman, W. H. Parsons, N. P Sewell, R. B. Wilson,
J. P. Davis, H. Metzenger, E. Bissell, d. H. Fowler, J.
Madden. J. A Dougan, J. W. Merritt, W. B. Overton, C
P. Craig, E. N. Warfield, W. L. Alden, J. W. Van Buren.
The first annual ball in aid
of the
WIDOWS’ and ORPHANS’ FUND S®
Of MOUNT MORIAH LODGE, No. 27 F. and A.
APOLIVrOOMS, uiiUHA
ON THURSDAY EVENING, February 25, 1864.
TICKETS, ONE DOLLAR, admitting gentleman and
ladies, can be obtained of any of the members of the
lodge, and of the Secretary, No. 113 Nassau street.
J. W. CONKLIN, Chairman.
Alex Stoerl, Sec. Wm. Black, Treas.
QRANI) MASQUERADE BALL.
THE GERMAN LtEDERKRANZ M
Will give their annual f
FANCY DRESS AND MASQUERADE BALL
AT TBS
CITY ASSEMBLY ROOMS,
ON WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3n, 1864.
The most extensive preparations are being made by the
Committee to render this Ball the greatest attraction of
the st ason.
A limited number of Tickets, at $5 each, admitting ono
Gentleman and Ladies, will be issued, and can be obtained
of members of the Society only. For further particulars
see daily papers.
Burton dramatic association.
FOURTEENTH ANNUAL BALL.
IRVING HALL,
MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 7th, 1864.
Tickets, One Dollar,
To be had of any of the members of the Association, and
at the door on the evening of the Ball.
GEO. T. MARTIN, Ch’m, > Committee of
CHAS. WALLACE, Sec., 5 Arrangements.
John Cooper, Treas.
"T LEONARD’S DANCING ACADEMY,
O • corner of 6Sth st. and 3<l avenue. Classes
meet on Wednesday and Saturday afternoon and
evening. The second quarter is now open for
season. The assemblies will take place Monday. OJfia
Jan. 18, Feb. 15th, March 14th. wkwaa
ASTER MASONS’ DRESS APRON
BALL BADGES
AT D. B. HOWELL’S,
No. 424 BROADI/vT*
AMERICAN MASONIC AGENCY.
1 ryTH WARD.-AT A MEETING OF
JL 4 the 17th Ward Democrat!; Republican Wa-d
Committee held at Guntzer's, corner of avenue A and
Fourth street, on Thursday evening, January 21,1864, the
following gentlemen were elected permanent officers for
the ensuing year : Thomas Connor, Chairman ; A. Hart
man, T. J. Creamer, Secretaries; Emil Ploettner, Treas
urer, and James Shannon, Sergeant at Arms. After tiie
appointment of a Committee on By Laws, adjourned to
meet at the call of the Chair.
THOMAS CONNOR, Chairman.
Rich and racy
BOOKS, CARDS, PRINTS,
And Fancy Goods cf every descrlntion,
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
DON’T FAIL TO SEND FOR CATALOGUES.
Address E. VINRACE,
P. O. “ Box No. 8,” SHIRLEY VILLAGE, Mass.H
MECHANICS AND LA
JCJ BORERS.
L. C. DE HOBEN & CO.,
NO. 61 SIXTH AVENUE, X. Y,
Labor Contracts made in Europe, and transportation of
Emigrant Mechanics and Laborers for account of Ameri
can'cc-WMiles »r establishments in want of hands.
Smiday "Edition. 5 an.
jQEAFNESS,.
NOISES IN THE HEAD,
DISCHARGES FROM THE EAR,
DISEASES OF THE EAB, EYE AXD THROAT..
DR. ROWE,
Can be consulted on the above Diseases at his residence*
No. 49 CONCORD STREET,
BROOKLYN.
Si ours II) A. M. to 3 P. M., and 7 to 8 F. M.
We, the undersigned, feeling that we are being, aufl
have been greatly benefited bv Da Itown by his treat,
meat for Catarrh, and believing it to be the most practi
cable method of treatment, recommend those similarly
afflicted to avail themselves of it.
Abram M. Kirby, Secretary Montauk Fire Insurance
Co., No. 79 Clinton street, Brooklyn.
Daniel Van Voorhies, Ryerson street, near Gates ave
nue, Brooklyn.
John G. Voorhies, No. 282 Adelphi street, Brooklyn.
John Granger, No. 143 Adelphi street, Brooklyn.
Charles F. Oxley, No. 121 Adams street, Brooklyn.
Benjamin Moore, Clermont avenue, eighth house nortfe
of Fulton avenue, Brooklyn.
Henry Ranken, No. 231 South Fourth street, cor. Tenths
Williamsburgh, E. D.
Besides these, other references can be had on applied
tion to Dr. Rowe.
[From Thomas S. Day, of Brooklyn.]
No. 223 Pearl Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. >
September 13th. 1863. 5
For the benefit of those similarly afflicted, I make th®
following statement:—For ten years my daughter was
afflicted with Catarrh, which gradually grew worse, un
til it had so impaired her health that we felt convinced sh©
must die. The discharge from the head and throat was
incessant frequently accompanied by blood. After hav
ing tried every one and everything in vain, as a last resort
I called on Dr. Rowe, under whose care she has been
entirely cured and restored to the enjoyment of excellent
health. Thomas S. Day.
[From Mr. George Levy, of New York.]
No. 67 Clinton Street, N. Y., )
January 14,1861. S
For five years I was afflicted with Catarrh, which pro
duced incessant and violent headache, stoppage of thQ
nostrils, sore throat and a constant falling or mucous ira
the throat, which kept me incessantly hawking it up. It
also affected my eyesight, taste and voice. Under
Rowe’s care I have been entirely cured of Catarrh an 4
the above effects arising irom it.
Georgb Levy,
CURE OF DEAFNESS.
[From Caleb Sager, Esq., of Trenton, N. J.]
Trenton, N. J., Aug. 25,1862.
This is to certify that my daughter having been afflicted
for eighteen years w ith deafness and discharges from botl®
ears, caused from scarlet fever wnen two years old, £
placed her under the care of Dr. Rowe. Now'her hearings
is restored; she hears quite aistinctly, and the discharges
from both ears are entirely stopped. From my inter
course with Dr. Rowe, I feel justified in recommending
him as a gentleman well versed in the diseases he makes
a specialty of. Caleb Sager,
Steward State Lunatic Asylum.
_ . . , , Trenton, N. J , November 13,1862.
This is to certify that Dr. Rowe has entirely cured
son of deafness and discharges from his left car.
J. E Darrah, 76 Academy street.
OPERATIONS FOR CROSS EYES.
[From Mr. Robert Stephenson.]
Brooklyn, Oct. 28th, 1863.
This is to certify that Dr. Rowe has operated on my son,
who was cros.-ed-eyed from infancy, and has straightened
his eyes perfectly. Robert Stephenson.
Mount Holly, N. J., Jan. 29th, 1863,
Dr. Rowe-.—Dear Sir—l am happy to inform you that;
my daughter’s eyes arc quite straight, though very badly
crossed (from infancy) before you operated on them. It
has made the greatest Improvement possible, not only in
her appearance, but in her sight. We and all our friends;
are much pleased with the benefit she has derived, and.
the citizens of this place are universal in their praise of it.»
With kind regards from wife, daughter, and self, I remain
yours, very truly, Edwin M. Hambright.
Skates and Mating
IFTH AVENUE SKATING PONDj.
COR. 67TH STREET AND STH AVENUE.
The managers of this favorite place of resort, which wmi
patronized by the elite of the city last Winter, beg leave to
announce that everything is ready for the first skating.
Tiie Pond will be under the direction of O. F.
the well known manager of institutions of this kind.
All persons not members last season will be required to
give reference. One day and evening during the season
will be reserved for a special purpose, when all will be
charged the regular admission fee.
The Pond will be brilliantly Illuminated on every skafr*
Ing night
SEASON TICKETS, for a Gentleman $5 00
“ “ Ladies 2 CO
“ “ “ Boys under 15 years of age. 3 OO
For sale at the Astor House, St. Nicholas and Metronolitaa
Hotels. The PRINCIPAL OFFICE is at the OTH AVENUE
HOTEL, at the Book Stand in tiie Reading Room.
J. L. BROWN, Superintendent.
g KATES
for TnE million,
and everything in the
3!bhhi line ‘
“THE LATEST KINK ”
WOODHAM’S
SELF-CLEANING
FASTENING
can be applied to any skate. Skates Made, Ground, an<2
Repaired, at
ALFRED WOODHAM’S
Sportsman’s Depot,
No. 424 Broadway, N. Y
TTNION SQAURE BILLIARD RrOOMS a
VJ Nos. 60 and 62 EAST FOURTEENTH STREET,
Bet. Broadway and Fourth Avenue.
TWENTY-TWO PHELAN’S MARBLE and SLATE-BED
TABLES,
Making them the
HANDSOMEST AND MOST COMPLETE ROOMS
in the City.
CHRIS. O’CONNOR, Proprietor
AT PHELAN & COLLENDER’S MAIFU
FACTORS, Nos. 51,65, 67 and 69 OBOSBY STBBKT.
near Spring street, will be found a larger stoek of BilHara,
Tables, Balls. Cues, and everything connected with Bil
liards, than in any other establishment in the world. The
best materials are exclusively used, and the workmanship
is of the most skillful character. Purchasers can rely ou
getting perfect and reliable goods at this establishment o
Phelan’s celebrated Combination Cushions are
tured and for sale only by PHELAN A COLLENDERq
who guarantee all Cushions and Tables sold by them.
Billiards.
DUDLEY KAVANAGH.
Successor to Michael Phelan.
Desires to inform the friends of Billiards in this city and
vicinity, that
HIS BILLIARD ROOMS,
LOCATED ON BROADWAY, (Nos. 786 and 739).
Gor. of Tenth st.,
ARE NOW OPEN
to the public.
He assures his; patrons that the former high reputation
of the establishment will be sustained in a manner to de
serve the continued favor of its patrons and friends of tiie
present proprietor.
DUDLEY KAVANAGH.
DOWN TOWN ROOMS,
No. 83 NASSAU STREET,
BY KAVANAGH A BOYLE.
3 American Standard Billiard Tables.
1 Carom Table.
1 Six-Pocket Table.
WILTJAM FREEMAN’S BILLIARD
ROOMS, No. 22 COURTLANDT STREET.—StE
Phelan’s Best Manufactured Billiard Tables.
These excellent billiard rooms, with good aeoommoda*
tion, are located near the several railroad afiU steamboat
termini, and the traveling public will find it an agreeable
place to pass an hour or two while waiting the denartur®
of the cars or steamer.
BRAISTED’S
BILLIARD HALL,
Nos. 14 and 16 FOURTH AVENUE,
(Near Cooper Union.)
PETER BRAISTED. Jr.,
Begs leave to inform his triends and the public that his
magnificent Hall, after undergoing thorough repairs, is
again reopened for the recreation and amusement of amao
tenrs ana billiard players generally. The Hall is airy
commodious and comfortable, and contains
NINE TABLES OF PHELAN’S PATENT,
Including the NEW FOUR-POCKET STANDARD AMER
ICAN TABLES, for which Messrs. Phelan & Collender re»
cetved the Premium at the Fair of the American Institute.
No saloon in the city is more frequented by first class}
players and amateurs than this, and trie proprietor flatters!
himseif that, with superior accommodations and kindly
attention to all, he will cextinue to merit the patronage
so liberally awarded him.
rp~E A S~
THE GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY.
ONLY TWO CENTS PER POUND PROFIT.
THE GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY ..
ONLY TWO CENTS PER POUND PROFIT.
THE GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY.
ONLY TWO CENTS PER POUND PROFIT.’
THE GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY,
ONLY TWO CENTS PER POUND PROFIT.
THE GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY.
ONLY TWO CENTS BER POUND PROFIT.
THE GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY.
ONLY TWO CENTS PER POUND PROFIT.
TIIE GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY.
ONLY TWO CENTS PER POUND PROFIT.
THE GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY,
No. 51 VESEY STREET, NEW YORK*
are selling all their
TEAS
AT
ONLY TWO CENTS PER POUND PROFIT,
believing this feature to be attractive to the many whs
- heretofore been paying
ENORMOUS PROFITS.
RTIFIOIAL human eyes made
to order and inserted, by
Drs. J’. BAUGH A P. GOUGELMANN,
No. 599 Broadway, N. Y.

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