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MASONIC DIRECTORY.
JAMAICA O, U. D., F. and A. M.—Meets
everv Tuesday, at 7 ‘.30 P. M., at Masonic Hall, Jamaica,
L I. W. Bro. faIENRY POOLLY COOPER, M., No. Ilf
Pulton street, New York. Bro. Pihbfont Potter, Sec.,
Jamaica, L. I.
FORTITUDE o, No. 19, F. and A* M.—
Regular communication every Thursday evening, at 7%
o’clock, at the cor. of Court and Joralemon sts., Brook
lyn, irk. WM. Taylor, M., No. 77 Concord rt. 8. J.
O’Brikn, Sec., No. 117 Hamilton st.
ABRAMS □, No. 20, F. and A. M.—Regular
communications every Tuesday Evening, at No. 118
Avenue D, at 7>< o’clock. RUSSELL M. BOOLE. M.—
Residence, No. 179 Sixth fet. Adam Clbkdemkm, Sec.—
Residence, No. 64 Cannon street
MONTGOMERY o, No. 68, F. and A. M.—•
Regular Communications Ist and 3d Wednesday Eve
sings, at Masonic Temple, at 7% o’clock. LUTHER B.
PERT, M.—Residence. No. 39 Ann st Wm. E. Bucking
ham, Sec., No. 53 Orchard st.
EXCELSIOR O, No. 195, F. and A. M.&-
Regular communication every 2d a«d 4th Stooday eve
nings, at 7% o’clock, at O. F. Hall. GEORGE W. RAY,
>{Residence, No. 305)4 Broadway. Josiah Parkin,
Sec.—Residence, No. 343 West 35th street
EMPIRE CITY □, No. 206, F. and A. M.—
Regular communications 2d and 4th Tuesday Evenings,
at 7% o’clock, at Masonic Hall. 817 and 819 Broadway
GEORGE VAN VLIET, M-, No. 471 West street. Wm. G.
Aides, Sec., N. Y.
EUREKA □, No. 243, F. and A. M.—Regu
lar communications 2d and «h Wednesday evenings, at
Ko. SIH Broadway. G. W. BILKS, M. xhe brethren of
Eureka Lodge cordially invite the Fraternity to visit
them.
ARCANA □, No. 246, F. and A. M.—Regu
lar communications Ist and 3d Mondays, at No. 8 Union
Bouare, at o’clock. R. K. COOKE, M.—Chablbs D. F
Burns, Sec., No. KM Wall st
MYSTIC TIE □, No. 272, F. and A. M.—
Beatdar Communication Ist, S 3 and Sth Tuesdays, at Ma
sonic Temple, at 7% o'clock. SnvssTM Sismb, Sec,,
Ko. Zls Centre street
ARCTURUS □, No. 274, F. and A. M.—
Resrular communications every Ist. 3d. and each alternate
stn Fnaaj. at No. 817 and 819 Broadway, at7J4 o’clock.
JOSEPH MATHERS, M.—Residence. No. 276 Canal st.
CONTINENTAL □, No. 287, F. and A. M.—
Regular communications Ist and 3d Tuesday Evenings,
at 7% o’clock, at Masonic Hall Ros. 817 and 819 Broad
way WILLIAM C. BENNETT, M .—Residence, No. 27
West 21&t st. Joseph W. Wildky, Sec., No. 16 Perry fit.
ATLAS □, No. 316, F. and A. M.—Regular
ccmmunleatlons 2d and «li Thursdays, at Odd Fellows’
Halt JOHN BOYD, M., No. 12 Franklin st Geo. W.
Duryee, Sec., No. 201 William st
PURITAN O, No. 339, meets every Ist and
3d Wednesday Evening, at No. 8 Union Square. SIM
UEL R KIRKHAM. M. John F. Hornung, Sec —Resi
dence. No. 116 First street
ADELPHIC I, No. 348. F. and A. M.—
Regular communications every 2d and r 4th Saturday
Evenings, at 7% o’clock, at Masonic Hail, Nos. 817 and
819 Broadway. ADON SMITH, Jr., M., No. 3 South fit
John W. Bennett. Nos. 28, 30 and 32 Centre st.
CLINTON □, No. 453, F. and A. M.—Regu-
Jar Communication Ist and 3d Thursday Evenings of
every montn. at 7% o’clock, at No. 8 Union Souarc,
FREDERICK WIDDOWS. M. Henry Ellkau, Sec.
KANE □, No. 454, F. and A. M.—Regular
communications second, fourth, and fifth Tuesdays, at
No. 594 Broadway. THOB. 8. SOMMERS, M.—No. 112
Broadway. Jas. M. Tighe. Sec., No. .290 Broadway.
GREENWICH □, No. 467, F. and A. M.—
Regular communications 2d and 4th Fridays, at the ear
ner of Green and Fourth streets, at 7X o’closk. DAN
IEL CARPENTER, M.—Residence, No. 300 Mulberry
Ft. Wm. B. Shove, Sec.—Residence. No. 33 Nassau st
STELLA O, No. 485, F. and ’A. M.—
Regular Communication every Thursday evening, at
Low s Building, No. 13 Court street. Brooklyn, JOSEPH
SHORT. Jr., M. Henry Bean, Sec.
PARK o, No.- 516, F. and A. M.—Regular
Communication every Tuesday evening, at No. 683
Eighth avenue, at 7X o’clock. JOSEPHUS BRINK
WORTH, M.. No. 62 West list street Richard Sale,
No. 239 W. 40th st
NORMAL O, No. 523, F. and A. M.—Regu
lar Communication every Monday Evening, at No.
594 Broadway, at 7% o’clock. GEO. H. RAYMOND,
M.—Residence. Eight;-second street, fourth house east
of Second avenue. E. B. Chafmah, Sec’y, No. 86
Beekman street.
GRAMERCY CD, No. 537, F. and A. M.—
Regular comrnunnications 2d and 4th Thursday eve
nings, at No. 305 Fourth street, corner of Greene. E. J.
RICHMOND, M. John 8. Benson. Sec.
METROPOLITAN CHAPTER, No. 140.
Regular convocations of Metropolitan Chapter. 140, R.
A. M.. will be held at Encampment Room, Odd Fellows*
Hall, corner of Grand and Centre streets, first and third
Fridays. J. T. ELLIS, Sec., No. 939 Broadway.
ADELPHIC CHAPTER, No. Ko, R. A. M.—
Regular Convocations 2d and 4th Wednesday Evenings,
at 1% o’clock, at Nos. 817 and 819 Broadway. M. FLOY
READING, H. P.. No. 40 Wall st Wiixxam B. Shovm.
Sec., No. 33 Nassau st.
MORTON COMMANDFRY. No. 4, K. T.,
meets first and third Tuesdays, at No 594 Broadway. J.
SHOVE, Recorder. Residence No. S 3 Nassau street
R. W. Bro. Geo. H. Raymond, Grand
Lecturer. Address 82d street, fourth house East
of Second avenue, New fork city.
Wok. Bro. Charles H. Yallalee, As
sistant Gbaud Ixectobbh for’the First Judicial
District, comprising the City and County of New
York. Address New York Dispatch, No. 11 Frank
fort street.
Wm. A. Kelsey, Assistant Grand
Lbctubkb for the Second Judicial District, com
prising the counties of Kings, Queens, Suffolk,
Richmond, Westchester, Ihrtnam, Dutchess,
Rockland and Orange. Address No. 119 Ad
ams street, Brooklyn.
Masonic Chronology for the Week
io oome—May 20 to 26, 1864.
TWENTIETH.
1780. Henry Price, first American Grand Mas
ter, died.
1829. Eli Bruce incarcerated at Canandai
gua, N. Y.
1824. Lafayette died.
1850. Winslow Lewis, Sen., of Boston, Mass.,
died.
1862. Corner-stone of Masonic Hall at Little
Rock, Ark., laid.
1858. Corner-stone ef Arsenal at Dunkirk, N.
Y., masonically laid.
1814. B. W. J. Daniel, afterward G. Sec. of Mis
sissippi, born.
1845. Joseph Covell, of Maine, initiated.
TWBNTX-ITBST.
1838. The Earl of Dalhousie, PastG, Master of
Scotland, died.
TWENTY-SECOND.
1853. The “Kentucky Freemason,” at Louis
ville, Ky., published.
1860. Grand Connnandery of Missouri organ
iezed.
TWENTY-THIRD.
1776. Freemason’s Hall, London, England,
dedicated.
T 844. Benjamin B. Appleton died.
1859. Geo. Breckenridge, Past Grand Master of
Kentucky, died.
1829. Eli Bruce sentenced.
1839. Corner-stone of Mariners’ Church, Leith,
Scotland, masonically laid.
1777. J. J. J. Gourgas born.
TWENTY-FOURTH.
1530. Malta first occupied by the Knights of
Rhodes.
1854. Corner-stone of Masonic Hall, Gordons
vjlle, Ky., laid.
1857. Charles S. Frailey, P. G. Master of D. C.,
died.
1816. Albeit Smith born.
TWENTY-FIFTH.
1277. Corner-stone of Stratsburgh Cathedral
laid.
1863. Bichard Apperson, P. G. Master of Ken
tucky, died.
TWENTY-SIXTH.
1790. Israel Putnam died.
1858. Corner-stone of Custom-House, Concord,
N. H., masonically laid.
The Hall and Asylum Fund.—lt may
not be known to the majority of our readers that
the Legislature of the State, at its recent ses
sion, passed an act incorporating the trustees of
the fund, and we, therefore, take great pleasure
in being the first to announce the gratifying
fact; more than this, we feel pleased in assuring
them that the proper view has been taken by our
legislators, and that the first thing required of
the corporators is, that the funds shall be ap
plied to the building of a Masonic Hall in the
City of New York. The revenue from this is to
go to the support of an Asylum, in the interior
of the State, for the relief of aged and indigent
Masons, their widows and orphans.
It now remains to bo seen whether the Craft
at large will respond to the efforts made by the
friends and well-wishers of this enterprise.
Nothing of greater importance will be pre
sented at the coming annual communication than
the increase of the fund now in the hands of the
Grand Lodge trustees for the purpose indicated
in our caption ; important, because it is, or rather
would be, a practical demonstration of the reality
of our profession—a turning aside from the daily
routine to the exhibition of a real benevolence
that should satisfy our consciences and carry
conviction to our opponents as to the true and
Ultimate design of our institution ; because, of
many things proposed, this is in reality tho easi
est of attainment; because, when obtained, its
facts would be patent to all the world, and speak
more for our claim to the good offices of the un
initiated than all the volumes that have been or
may be printed; because, in fine, it would be
acting-Masonry, instead of talking ; and yet there
seems to be an impossibility of making the Grand
Lodge pay any attention to the subject, beyond
a passing recommendation which no one heeds,
because, as a general thing, no one hears any
thing about it. It seems, then, to devolve upon
the Masonic press to awaken attention to this
matter, which wo now do, in the hope that
cur brethren will be convinced that their will
only is needed to make the Hall and Asylum
fixed facts. The present amount of tho fund
actually in hand, and safely invested, is
about $50.000; the amount needed, say $200,-
000, and we thus eee at a glance what we have to
do. Now for the Craft of the great State of New
York to raise $150,000 is simply an act of volition
—they need but to will it, and it is done. We
number about 50,000 members and it is safe to
say that there is not one of the number who
could not if he so willed, give five dollars in the
course of the present year to the increase of the
Hall and Asylum fund, not one who does not in
the same space of time spend that amount on
some object of self-gratification that he could
do without, and hence we need no intricate cal
culation to show that in the year 1835 the Trus
tees could be in possession of the amount neces
sary to enable them to undertake the building
and to complete it without incurring any debt to
be covered ny bond and mortgage. The fund
might legitimately be increased by adding five
dollars to the initiation fee which would n t
male a difference of ten initiations in a year,
and which would of itse’f produce from forty to
sixty thousand dollars per annum.
The annual dues might be raised to the old
figure for a year or two, which would add an
other ten thousand, and in addition to this,
considerable sums could be raised by public en
tertainments, not in the Metropolis alone, but in
other parts of the State, and thus the time could
be shortened, or what is just as well,the ultimate
amount of the fund could bo increased, and the
surplus be so much toward the capital for the
Asjlum. What reason is there why this thing
s’i< uld not be -ac o nplished ? None certainly
lu the want of intention., Tho fund now in
hand has been almost totally contributed by the
brethren in this part cf the jurisdiction, or by
their efforts, and as a matter of course will in
iimerrach the dimensions of success without
any other aid ; but why should they be allowed
to do alone that in which all are interested ?
Why should a single city be required to furnish
the capital for an enterprise in which every part
of the State is equally interested ? There is no
good reason, and admitting this, if other por
tions of the jurisdiction will furnish their prop
er quota we shall soon be prepared to lay the
corner stone, and to seat the cap-stone amid the
rejoicings of the brethren. We ask the earnest
attention of the craft to this subject, and freely
offer our columns to any publicity that may as
sist the desired consummation.
Morton Cohmandery, No. 4.—This
flourishing body of Knights Templar, held their
first communication at their new hall, No. 594
Broadway, on Monday evening last. The atten
dance was very large, and comprised several dis
tinguished members of the various grand bodies
of the State. The knightly ceremonies were per
formed by Sir Adon Smith, Jr., with his accus
tomed dignity. At the close of the labors, the
Sir Knights were conducted to the adjoining ban
quet hall, where a choice refection was spread,
to claim and receive at the hands of the guests a
generous and appreciative consideration. In re
sponse to sentiments drank, speeches were made
by Sir Knights Simons, Macoy, Smith, Banks,
Marvin. Lockwood, and others ; the whole being
completed, as is but proper, before midnight.
The hall, which is not yet entirely completed,
has been expressly fitted up for the use of a Com
mandery, and will obviate, many of the.inoonve.
niences which have heretofore attended tho la
bors of chivalric masonry. The painting in the
main room is very finely executed, and some of
the effects produced, worthy of a long journey to
be seen. The green drapery pinned to the clouds
with brass-headed nails, is magnificent.
Obituary.—The funeral of Bro. Geo.
W. Duryea a member of the Metropolitan Police,
19th Precinct, took place from his late residence,
Fifty-fourth street, near Lexington Avenue, on
Thursday, 19th instant, at 9 A. M. The deceased
was a member of Mosaic Lodge, No. 418, the
members of which attended his funeral in a
body, about fifty joining in the procession. The
remains having to be taken to Tarrytown, ren
dered it necessary to have the ceremony per
formed at his late residence. W. Bro. Nichol
son opened the exercises with prayer, W. Bro.
Geo. E. Simons, M. of Americus Lodge, No,
535, then delivering the funeral service in a beau
tiful and impressive manner.
R. W. Bro. Chas. L. Church.—We
learn with profound regret, that our Grand
Treasurer is seriously ill, and will probably be
unable to attend the coming session of the Grand
Lodge. There are few men in the brotherhood
more generally and warmly admired than Rro.
Church, and all the fraternity will unite with us
in the expression of a wish that he may soon be
restored to his accustomed health and to the dis
charge of the functions of the office which he
has tor so many years filled with honor to him
self and with profit to the Grand Lodge.
New York, May 16, 1864.— Dear Sir
and Uro.: Some time since, I became a member
of an up-town lodge. Previously to the first of
May, I proposed that the lodge should be re
moved to a more eligible situation; but was in
formed, by what I thought good authority, that
it could not be moved from the Ward in which it
is now situated. Please state if this is possible,
as I supposed a lodge could be moved to any
part within the city at the pleasure of the mem
bers, as I have seen a great many lodges do so
within the past week.
Fraternally yours, M. M.
Ans. See eeotron 20 of the Constitution. That
will give you all the light you may desire.
Grand Lodge of Louisiana.—We are
in receipt of printed transactions of this Grand
Body, and will endeavor to review them next
week.
JB@“ Templar □, No. 203, will meet in
their new Ledge Boom, corner 18th street and Bth avenue,
every Friday evening. The Third Degree will be con
ferred at the next communication, May.27th. Brethren of
sister lodges are invited to be present. The members of
Templar Lodge, are requested to meet in conjunction with
Hiram Lodge, No. 449, on Tuesday evening, at their new
room, to confer the First Degree. By order of
Jas. 8. Stitt, Sec. STEPHEN MERRITT. Jr,, M.
JJ®’" The members of Lafayette □, No.
64. F. and A. M., are hereby summoned to attend the next
regular communication of the lodge, to be held on Mon
day evening next, (23d inst.) at 7% P. M., in Corinthian
Room. Odd Fellows’ Hall. The Constitution of the Grand
Ledge of the State of New York will be read.
W. Irving Adams, Sec.WM. M. NEGUS, M.
g®'“ Hiram □, No. 449.—The members
of this lodge are notified to attend the next regular com
munication at their new rooms N. W. cor. of 18th street
and Eighth avenue, on Tuesday evening. 23d inst.. at 8 P.
M. By order of the M. MOBIARTY, Sec.
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NTBLO’S GABDEBT—Commences 7|.
Lessee and ManagerWM WHEATLEY ;
MONDAY EVENING. MAY 23, 1864,
SECOVO VERK
AND POSITIVE SUCCESS
of.Jchn Brougham’s Grand Drama- in Five Tableaux, en
titled
BEL DEM ONI O .
A LOVE Si'ORY:
in which the celebrated Lyric Artiste,.
MLLE VEST fALT.
han achieved a decided triumph
la HER REMARKABLE PERSONATION OF ANGELO,
with the songs,
“ You are the Star ’ (words by S. R Fiske, Esq.),
and “ Erave Marco
THIS MAGNI bICENT ROMANTIC DR AM .4,
after months of preparation, and an outlay of
MANY THOUSAND DOLLA.RS,
Presented with New Scenery by Hilliard and Maeder.
Beautiful New Costumes by Mons.. Phillipe, New Furni
tuire and Appointments by' S. Wallis, New Mechanical
Contrivances by Runyon and Bennett, Original Music un
der the direction of H. B. Dcdworth. in the course of the
piece, a
GRAND TA.RENTELLA,
composed by Signor Ronzani, and executed ’by Mils.
KATARINA, ELLA. KRUGA, ROSIN A. and a BALLET of
Sixteen Selected Coryphees In ado’.ition to auxiliary aid
numbering over
TWO HUNDRED PERSONS,
the principal roles will he sustained by Messrs. J. Nunan,
J. W. Collier, J. F Hagas, J. G. Burnett, J. W. Blaisdell,
E' B. Holmes, Misses Rose Eytinge, Mary Welts, Skerrett,
Moore. &c.. &e. The
ILLUMINATED G ARDEN OPEN EVERY EVENING.
SEATS SECURED SIX DAYS IN ADVANCE.
OLYMPIC THEATRE.-
Lessee and DirectressMrs. John Wood
B«ige jnauager J. H. Selwvri
FIRST NIGHT
OF
A NEW AND ORIGINAL COMEDY,
n °LONl^ il N’
at the
PRINCESS'S THEATRE,
with
EXTRAORDINARY SUCCESS,
written by
WATTS PHILLIPS, Esq.,
in 3 acts,
and entitled
PAUL’S RETURN,
Which will be produced
ON MONDAY EVENING, MAY 23,
for
THE FIRST TIME IN THIS COUNTRY,
with
A POWERFUL CAST,
including
Mr. CHARLES BARRON,
Who will make his first appearance at this theatre as
PAUL GOLDSWORTHY.
Richard GoldsworthyMr. G. Jamison
Geoffrey GoldsworthyMr. T. Owens
Abel Honeydew Mr. J. H. Stoddart
Howard FlyntskinMr. Berry
Herbert Mr. G. H. Clarke
BeeswingMr. Bucciani
Beatrice GoldsworthyMiss H. Irving
Blanche Wilton Mrs. Sedleyßrown
ZenobiaMrs. Vining
Mrs. ClampitMrs. Preston
Mrs. Geoffrey GoldsworthyMrs. J. Walters
After which,
Mrs. JOHN WOOD
will appear as
NINETTE,
THE PRETTY BARBER OF ISLINGTON,
in the
LAUGHABLE AND AMUSING FARCE
entitled
EASY SHAVING,
Which proved so successful on its first representation at
this theatre, and in which appear
Messrs. W. DA VIDGE, J. H STODDART,
G. 11. CLARKE, and Miss J. WALTERS.
Doors open at 7J4- Performances commence at 7%.
Seats secured three days in advance.
BOWERY THEATRE.
Sole ProprietorMr J. W. Lingard
Stage-ManagerMr. N. B. Clarke
MONDAY EVENING, May 23, 1861,
first night ot the revival of the grand legendary drama,
HERNE, THE HUNTER,
from Ainsworth’s Historical Romance of “Windsor Cas
tle, by Mr. N. B. Clarke
NEW SCENERY, MACHINERY, AND APPOINTMENTS.
Last week of the celebrated melodramatic actress,
Aliss K kTE VANCE,
Who will appear for the first time as
HERNE, THE HUNTER.
The DEMON STEED by the TRAINED HORSE.
DON JUAN.
Mr. G. C. "BONIFACE,
in the Nautical Drama of
JACK’S THE LAD.
Mrs. W. gTjONES.
Miss KATE NEWTON, GEORGE BROOKES,
Miss HATHAWAY, Mr. MARDEN,
Mr. G. LINGARD.
With the burletta of
FROLIC OF THE FAIRIES.
TUESDAYEVENING.
BENEFIT OF MR. N. B. CLARKE.
FRIDAY EVENING.
Benefit of
Miss KATE VANCE.
EW BOWERY THEATRE.
Sole Proprietor Mr. J W. Lingard
TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 24th. 1864,
COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT
TO
MR. N. B. CLARKE.
STAGE MANAGER,
under the direction of a committee of distinguished gen
tlemen, who have courteously proffered their names for
the occasion, and it is with pleasure they announce to the
public that the
EMINENT IRISH COMEDIAN,
Mr. BARNEY WILLIAMS,
has generously proffered|his valuable services and wili ap
pear in
TWO OF HIS GREAT CHARACTERS,
BARNEY THE BIRON,
with the song of “ Limerick Races,” and
PADDY MURPHY,
in the drama of the
HAPPY MAN.
They also feel great pleasure in announcing the names
of those distinguished Ethiopian performers,
Mr. FRANK BROWER
and
Mr- W. S. BUDWORTH,
who have kindly volunteered their valuable services by
permission of Henry W»od, Esq., and will appear imme
diately after the conclusion of the entertainments at
Wood’s Minstrel Hall. 514 Broadway.
Mr. G. C. BONIFACE.
MISS KATE VANCE.
Mrs. W. G. JONES,
Miss KATE NEWTON.
Mr. GEORGE BROOKES.
Mr. MARDEN.
Mr. GLASSFORD,
and the whole company.
I "pOX’S OLD BOWERY THBATRB—
ssee, Director and ManagerG. L. FOX
A first class play, in four distinct parts, with
Mr. G. L FOX,
Mr. J. B. STUDLEY.
Miss FANNY HERRING.
Miss R. DENVIL,
AND EVERY MEMBER OF THE COMPANY.
MONDAY and TUESDAY, MAY 23 and 24,
The popular drama by De Walden, entitled
THE UPPER TEN
AND
THE LOWER TWENTY.
Replete with
MOST STARTLING EFFECTS
AND ORIGINAL TABLEAUX.
Act Ist-GUILT.
ACt2d-INSANITY.
Act 3d—REVENGE.
Act 4th—RETRIBUTION.
G. L. Fox’s pantomime of
THE SCHOOLMASTER,
and the drama ot
THE BOTTLE IMP.
JPOX’S OLD BOWERY.
BENEFIT
o?
MRS. HARRY CHAPMAN.
FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 27.
AN IMMENSE PROGRAMME
WILL BE GIVEN ON THAT NIGHT.
BOXBOOK NOW OPEN.
ROAD WAY THEATRE,
(LkTE WALLACK’S )
BROADWAY, CORNER OF BROOME STREET,
Engagement of
Mr. F. 8. CHANFRAU,
who will appear in the
COMIC DUALITY
OF
LORD DUNDREARY ( < BROTHER SAM.
LORD DUNDREARY 1 ana ( BROTHER SAM.
in Charles Gaylor’s highly successful comedy entitled
OUR AMERICAN COUSIN AT HOME.
Messrs. JAMES MARTIN, JAMES SEYMOUR, Miss
FANNY BROWNE, and Miss MARIE BONIFACE, will
mate their first appearance here.
MONDAY, May 23d, and Every Evening till further notice,
OUR AMERICAN COUSIN AT HOME.
Broker l Mr ' F ' S ' CHANntAU.
For full cast, synopsis of new scenery, &c., see small bills.
CLARA FISHER-NIBLO’S SALOON.
LITTLE CLARA FISHER,
THURSDAY EVENING, May 26th,
GRAND CONCERT
and
FIRST APPEARANCE
•IN NEW YORK, OF
LITTLE
CLARA FISHER,
the extraordinary youthful Vocalist from New Orleans,
assisted by
Mr. GEORGE SIMPS ON—Tenor.
Mr. J R. THOM AS—Baritone.
CONDUCTOR, Mr. J. G MAEDER
Tickets 50 cents each, to be had at Wm- A. Pond & Co.’s
Music Store, No. 547 Broadway, and at the doors on the
evening.
The Piano-Forte used on the occasion, will be one of
Chickering's grands.
Doors open at 7. Concert to commence at 8.
AMERICAN MUSEUM.-
ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION
AND IMMENSE POPULARITY
OF THE
BEAUTIFUL, ACCOMPLISHED, AND GRACEFUL
YOUNG DANSEUSE.
MLLE . E RNE STE IN.
who appears afternoon and evening
UN NEW DANCES, IN ELEGANT DANCES,
First representation here of
BOUCICaULT’S GREAT DOMESTIC DRAMA,
JANET PRIDE.
JANET PRIDE.
SCENERY, COSTUMES AND PROPERTIES,
BOTH NEW AND ELEGANT.
Characters bv Messrs. Nagle, Hada way and Jamison;
Mrs. Prior. Miss Allford, and the entire company.
ILLUMINATED FOUNTAIN OF REAL WATER,
And Mr. HARRISON. Impromptu Singer, between ths
aC AFTERNOON AND EVENING, at 3 and 7% o’clock.
To be seen at all hours of the day and evening,
COLOSSAL GIANTS AND DIMINUTIVE DWARFS.
PHRENOLOGICAL EXAMINATIONS AND CHARTS,
BX PROFESSOR LIVINGSTON.
THREE ALBINO CHILDREN.
A JAPANESE MASKIN HOG.
THREE TABLEAUX OF MOVING WAX FIGURES.
GENERAL TOM THUMB BRIDAL GROUP.
TWO LIVING PRAIRIE DOGS.
THREE FOUR POUND BROOK TROUT.
THE MUSICALLY EDUCATED SEAL.
MONSTER SERPENTS, and other Curiosities.
Admission 25 cents; Children under ten, 15 cents.
BRYANTS’.
MECHANICS' HALL. No. 472 BROADWAY.
MONDAY. May 23d, and every night daring the week.
BRYANTS’ MINSTRELS,
The Excelsior Troupe, in the following brilliant pro
gramme : .
LES MISERABLES,
Monster Tin pan-onion. Stocks Up, Magic Echo Solo, Sally
Come Up,-Mac’s Essence, PiUy willy winck Band, The
Buffalo Boys in their wonderful Double Clog Reel.
THE BLACK CHEMIST.
Concluding with the new Plantation Festival Scene,
U. 8. G.
Doors open at 7; Curtain rises at 8-o’clock. Tickets 25 cts.
WoodT
No. 514 BROADWAY, opp. St. Nicholas HoteL
HENRY WOOD Sole Proprietor and Manager.
MONDAY. May 23. and every evening during the week,
DAMON AND PYTHIAS: TSOUGHTFUL EMOTIONS :
COTTON FIELD SPORTS , FOUR CROWS ; MUGOLO
GY ; HAPPY UNCLE TOM ; COMIC BANJO SOLOS;
FLAT FOOT JAKE. &c. t &c., by Charley Fox, F. Brow
er, J. T. Boyce, W. 8. Budworth, &c.
£^or§open7; wmmence at 8 o’ciocw Ticket!- 25 cts.
NEW YORK DISPATCH.
ALLAC K ’ s .
MONDAY, second time this season. O'Keefe's admired
Comedy, with appropriate Scenery, Costumes, and a great
WILD OATS.
Rover. Mr. Lester Wallack
J ohn Dory Mr Charles Fi her
Sir George Thunder Mr. Mark Smith
Hurry Thunder Mr. Fjr»yd
Sim-Mr; John Sefton
Ephraim Smooth Mr. Young
Farmer Gammon Mr. George II ulanu
FanfcsM<*. Norton
Lady Amaranth «Miss He 'r qu°s
Jane Gammon Miss Mary Gannon
AnvilsMr?. John S-l'toa
TUESDAY—THE JEALOUS WIFE.
WEDNESDAY-THE LOVE CHASE.
THURSDAY (first time here), the beautiful play, by
Lovel, author of‘ Love’s Sacrifice,’ entitled the
WIFE’S SECRET.
To be produced with Suberb Scenery, Costames, and
Ai poinfmentf.
FRIDAY—I2O'.h night of ROSEDALE.
SATURDAY—THE WIFE’S SECRET.
In preparation. AN ENTIRELY NEW DRAMA.
I7» IR E ! FIRE! FIRE!!
? FI RE I !
THE CONQUEROR OF THE ELEMENTS,
SIGNIOR BUONO CORE,
THE SALAMANDER.
THE FIRE KING,
2HE MODERN PLUTO!
THE FIERY MONARCH !
THE VICTOR OF THE FLAMES!
THE MASTER OF HEAT and
SCOFFER AT FIRE,
to whom
FLAMES, HEAT, SMOKE, and FIRE,
are
SLAVES,
will give nis
FIRST PJBLIC EXHIBITION
At JONES’ WOODS.
On WEDNESDAY, May 25.
. At THREE O’CLOCK in the Afternoon.
Admission 25 cents.
The entire New York Press, speaking of the'private ex
hibition of Wednesday, the 18th, declare it to be the
most
MARVELOUS ON RECOP.D.
Gband vocal and instrumen-
TAL CONCERT, under the auspices of the Carpet
and Furniture Clerks’ Earlv Closing Association, at
CLINTON HALL,
ON MONDAY EVENING. May 23d.
Tickets, 25 cents; reserved seats, 50 cents. Can be
secured of G. P Taylor. No. 267 Bowery.
Dcors open at 7; to commence atß o’clock precisely.
HELLER’S I HELLER’S!! HELLER’S!!
SALLE DIABOLIQUE,
No. 585 BROADWAY, OPPOSITE NIBLO’S.
The Really Genuine, Unequivocal, and Openly Demon
strable
SUCCESS
OF
ROBERT HELLER
IS
BEYOND THAT ACHIEVED BY ANY ILLUSIONIST
IN NEW YORK.
THE SALLE DIABOLIQUE
is
Nightly Thronged with the Elite of the City.
In deference to the expressed wishes of the public,
PROGRAMME NO. 1
will be repeated
ONE WEEK MORE,
retaining all the special feats which have made the enter
tainment at th's bijou theatre the most attractive of their
kind; combining as thev do.
MAGIC’S MOST ILLUSORY DEEDS,’
MUSIC S MOST ENTRANCING CHARMS, •
MIRTH’S MOST HILARIOUS SEASONING.
AS HOUDIN’S IS IN PARIS.
SO IS HELLER’S IN NEW YORK.
ROBERT HELLER
THE STRANGE MAN ON BROADWAY.
Doors open every evening at 7‘a: Commences at 8.
Box office open daily from 10 till 4
Orchestra chairs should be reserved beforehand.
Matinee every Saturday, at 2 P. M
IRVING HALL.-FALLON’S STEREOP
TICON. The most elegant and instructive entertain
ment of the age, EVERY EVENING, as 8 o’clock, and
SATURDAY AFTER KOON, at 3 o’clock.
Reproducing Stereontic Views of all the celebrated places
and statuary in the world, covering a surface of over
600 SQUARE FEET.
MONDAY NIGHT, an entire new programmee.
TICKETS, 25 CENTS.
Family Tickets admitting six persons, One Dollar.
ROOKLYN ACADENY OF MUSICL
THE ENLISH OPERA TROUPE having just re
turned from a highly successful engagement, in Philadel
phia. will give two representations in Brooklyn.
MONDAY EVENING, May 23, and TUESDAY, May 24.
FRA DIAVOLO.
ZerlinaMadame Comte Borchard
Lady AllcashMiss Louisa Myers
FraDiavalo.Mr. Wm Castle
BeppoMr. S. C. Campbell
Lord AllcashMr. E. Semtin
Lorenzo Mr. Walter Birch
Giacomo Mr. Warren White
Matteo Mr. Wm. Sk&ats
POWERFUL CHORUS.
FULL AND EFFICIENT ORCHESTRA
under the direction of
Mr. ANTHONY REIF.
Box-office open for the sale of tickets and secured seats at
the Academy, on Saturday morning, 21st inst, at 8 o’cloca
T>ARK THEATER BROOKLYN,
OPEN EVERYEVENING,
. WITH MR. AND MRS. F. B. CON WAI
AND A
POWERFUL COMPANY.
T) AK J O INSTRUOTIO N—
BANJO INSTRUCTION.
We guarantee to teach the most unmusical person to
PLAY THE BANJO PERFECTLY
IN THREE MONTHS.
And after a few easy lessons, to accompany singing. Our
method is new, novel and original, which we can explain
in ten minutes to any pupil, so as they can play most any
tune off at sight correctly. We have taught the Banjo in
this city for years, and a great number of our former
pupils are now teaching with great success in other
cities.
Banjos, of superior tone, made to order for our pupils.
CHARLES E. & FRANK P. DOBSON.
No 691 BROADWAY.
WONDER OF WONDERS
TO BE SEEN ONLY
AT THB
NEW YORK
MUSEUM OF ANATOMY.
No. 618 BROADWAY.
Nature unveiled
AT THB
NEW YORK
MUHISUM OF ANATOMY,
No. 618 BROADWAY.
PATHOLOGICAL
WONDERS
AT
THE NEW YORK
MUSEUM OF ANATOMY,
No- 618 BROADWAY.
©xrwiw.
OR EXCURSIONS THE NEW AND
beautiful Barge HARVEST HOME,
and the RHINEBECK, with Steamboats
and Groves, such as desired. ft iHthunnTM—l
Excursion Office, No. 382 West street, cor. Barrow.
.H. B. CROSSETT.
NEW YORK TO BULL’S FERRY,
PLEASANT VALLEY AND FORT
LEE. Fare TWENTF-FIVE CENTS, with
Return Ticket. tia&a-wrtfWStt
On and after May 15th, 1864, the steamer THOMAS E.
HULSE, Capt. George W. Annett, will leave until fur
ther notice as follows: From Fort Lee, 7% k. m , 12 m , and
4j& p. m. From foot of Spring street. 10 a, m, 2 and 6>4 p.
m., Sundays inclusive—landing at 20th and 30ch streets, on
the 10 and 2 up trips, and at 30th street, on the o’clock
down trip.
Fridays—From Fort Lee, 7}£ a. m. ; from foot of Spring
stre ct, 5 p. m. -
DAILY STEAM 1
JLCjO <370 PASSAGE and FREIGHT jLIJVdt,
LINE for RONDOUT and KINGSTON, land
ing at Cornwall, Newburgh, Marlborough,
Mfiton, Poughkeepsie, West Park and
mores. The Steamers JAMES W. BALDWIN, Capt. J. H.
Tremper, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, THOMAS
CORNELL. Capt. W. H. Cornell, Tuesdays, Thursdays,
and Saturdays Lea ring New York from 'foot of Jay st.,
at P. M. Positively no freight received after 4 o’clock
P. M. For Freight or Passage apply on Board, or to RO
ROMER & TREMPER. Rondout, and THOMAS CORNELL,
Rondotit. H. P. FARRINGTON, Agent.
No. 41 Jay street, New York.
FWR HARTFORD, DIRECT.-
The* steamers
CITY OF HARTFORD,
GRANITE STATE,
Leave Pier No. 24 East River, daily at 4 o’clock, P. M.
Cabin Pa a age, $175; Deck Passage, $l5O. For further par
ticulars inquire of SAXTON & SEABURY,
No. 112 South street.
D. A. MILLS, Agent
New jersey steamboat compa-
NY-FEOPLE S LINE.
Steamboats leave lor Albany daily, at 6
o’clock P. M., (Sundays excepted,) from
wharf foot or Courtlanot street, and in connection with
the New York Central Railroad for BUFFALO, SUSPEN
SION BRIDGE, and all the Western and Northern citlea
The steamers ST. JOHN, Captain Wm. H. Peek, and
HENDRIK HUDSON, Captain S. J. Roe, composing this
line, are in all respects fitted and equipped with an espe
cial view to safety and comfort.
Through tickets can be had at the office on the Wharf,
and baggage checked to all stations on the New York Cen
tral Railroad, arid the principal cities West.
Freight received as usual and forwarded with dispatch
and at reduced rates.
For particulars apply at the office of the Company, on
wharx foot ot Courtlandt street.
SEGULAIT MAIL LINE for BOSTON,
VIA GROTON, BTONINGTON I NEW _
DON, PROVIDENCE, NEWPORT,
TAUNTON and NEW BEDFORD.
Inland route—the shortest and most direct—carr Ing
the Eastern mail. *
The steamers PLYMOUTH ROOK, Captain J. C. Geer,
and COMMONWEALTH, Captain J. W. Williams, in con
nection with the Stonington and Providence, and Boston
and Providence Railroads, leaving New York daily (Sun
days exceptedyfrom Pier No. IS N. R., at 5 P. M., and Gro
ton at 8:30 P. M. ; or on the arrival of the mail train, wbloh
leaves Boston at 5:30 P. fe.
The PLYMOUTH ROCK, from New York—Monday,
Wednesday and Friday. From Groton—Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday.
The COMMONWEALTH, from New York—Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday. From Groton—Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday.
Passengers proceed frosa Groton, per railroad to Provi-
Sand Boston in the Express Mail train, reaching said
in advance of those by other routes, and in ample
3r all the early Morning Lines connecting North and
East. Passengers who prefer it remain on board the
steamer, enjoy a night’s rest undisturbed, breakfast, If de
sired, and leave Groton in the 7:15 A. M. train, connecting
at Providence with the 10:40 A. M. train for Boston.
A Baggage Master acccmpani&i the Steamer and Strain
through each way.
For passage, berths, state-roCaos, or freight, apply cm
board the steamer, or at the Fright office, Pfer No. 18
North River, or at the Office of the Company, No. 115 West
street, corner of Courtlandt street, N. Y.
W. M. EDWARD!?, Agent.
Haw Yoex. Feb. 23, Wi.
JgRIE RAILWAY.
PASSES GER TRAINS LEAVE,
VIA PAVONIA. FERRY,
FOOT OF CHAMBERS STREET, as follows, viz.:
7:00 A M„ EXPRESS, for Buffalo and principal inter
mediate Stations. . „
7:00 A. M., EXPRESS, for Cleveland direct, via. A. & G.
W. Ry.
8 3o A. M , MILK, daily, for Otisville and intermediate
Stations. ,
10:00 A. M., MAIL far Buffalo and intermediate stations.
4:00 P. M , WAY, for Otisville, Newburgh, Warwick and
intermediate Stations. *
5:00 P. M., NIGHT EXPRESS—Saturdays and Sundays
excepted—tor Dunkirk. Buffalo. &c.
6:00 P. M., LIGHTNING EXPRESS, daily, for Dunkirk,
Rochester, Canandaigua, &c. On Saturdays this train
will run to Buffalo only. . ,
8:00 P. M., EMIGRANT, for Dunkirk and principal
I Stations.
CHAS. MINOT, Gen’) Sup’t.
IN EMBROIDERIES AND
LACES, &C.
PARIS MADE CHILDREN’S ALPACCA ROBES,
BABY’S FROCKS AND CAPES,
Els gantly Trimmed.
LADIES’ NIGHT DRESSES,
BRAIDED ALPACA JACKETS,
ZOUAVE JACKETS, CORSAGES, SETTS,
BREAKFAST SETTS,
With and Without Habits.
also
LACES, SHAWLS, POINTES,
FLOUNC'NGS, COLLARS,
SETTS, &c , &c.
Just received per recent steamers.
A. T. STEWART & Co.,
BROADWAY AND TENTH ST.
AT. STEWART & CO.
a Have made large additions to their
POPULAR STOCKS
OF
FANCY DRESS SILKS,
At $1 25 and $1 50 PER YARD—value $1 75 and $2.
RICH FOULARD SILKS,
sl, upwards.
ORGANDIES, BAREGES,
FLOREN FINE S, ALPACAS,
TRAVELING DRESS GOODS, Ac.
BROADWAY AND TENTH STREET.
■0 E 0 I D E D * BARGAINS
CLOTH AND SILK SACQUES,
CIRCULARS, MANTILLAS, BASQUES, &c.,
From 89 to §25 each,
LESS THAN THE VALUE OF THE MATERIALS,
Will be offered only during the remainder of this month.
A. T. STEWART & Co.,
BROADWAY AND TENTH ST.
£JLOAKS AND MANTILLAS.—
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & Co.
HAVE NOW READY
A VERY SUPERIOR STOCK
OF
CL OAK.S AND MANTILLAS,
IN CLOTH, SILK, AND OTHER MATERIALS,
SUITABLE FOR THIS SEASON,
To which they invite special attention.
THESE GOODS,
NOW IN STOCK,
WILL BE SOLD AT PRICES MUCH LESS THAN THE
SAME CAN BE DUPLICATED.
CANAL ST., cor. Of MERCER.
TVTEW PATENT DUPLEX ELLIPTIC
SKIRT,
COMBINING
ELEGANCE,
LIGHTNESS,
COMFORT, and
ECONOMY, and
UNQUESTIONABLY
THE MOST
DESIRABLE ARTICLE MADE.
FOR SALE BY
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.
CANAL, COR. MERCER STREET,
n R E A T BARGAINS.—
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & Co.
WILL OFFER AT RETAIL THE BALANCE.
OF THEIR
SPRING IMPORTATION
.OF
FANCY SILKS,
GRENADINES,
BAREGES,
GAZE CHAMBRAIS,
GAZE DE SOIES
ORGANDIES,
JACONETS,
LAWNS,
FOULARDS,
SILK AND WOOL TAFFETAS,
FRENCH POPLINS,
ALPACCAS,
FRENCH MOHAIRS,
MOZAMBIQUES,
&C.y &C. t &C.y
AT OLD PRICES,
NOTWITHSTANDING THE RECENT LARGE ADVANCE
IN DUTIES AND GOLD.
CANAL, COR. OF MERCER ST.
QREAT BARGAINS,
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.
WILL OPEN AT
RETAIL ON MONDAY, MAY 23d,
6,000 FANCY BAREGE
AND GRENADINE SHAWLS
FROM §2 75 TO $8 EACH.
CANAL, COR. MERCER STREET.
JEJGSIERY AND UNDERGARMENTS,
FOR LADIES,
GENTLEMEN,
AND CHILDREN.
We have now in store the most extensive stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER
Hosiery, G’oves, and Undergarments ever offered at re
tail in this city.
Gentlemen’s Summer Undervesta, §1 each.
Ladies’ Gauze Merino Vests, 75c. each.
Children’s Cotton Half-Hose, 15c a pair.
Ladies’ Lisle Thread Hose, 40c., worth 75e.
Gentlemen’s Cotton Half Hose, §3 a dozen-good
quality.
Children’s White Silk Hose, all sizes.
Children’s Gauze Merino Vests, all sizes.
Boys’ Fancy Flannel Shirts, all sizes.
RICHARD GREEN,
No. 375 CANAL STREET, corner LAURENS.
ONE PRICE ONLY!!
ESTABLISHED 1850.
pOLLARS, COLLARS, COLLARS,
PAPER, LINEN AND STEEL.
The Patent Enameled Steel Collar,
75 CENTS EACH.
The Massasoit Paper Collar,
$1 50 A HUNDRED.
The Finest Three and Four ply Linen Collars, in every
style,
§2 A DOZEN.
Gentlemen’s Linen Collars made to order at short no
tice.
ONE PRICE ONLY !!
RICHARD GREEN,
No. 376 CANAL STREET, CORNER LAURENS.
•pANCY FLANNEL SHIRTS
X FOR GENTLEMEN AND BOYS.
§2 25, §2 50, $3 50, §4 50 each.
We have now in store §IO.OOO worth of the above goods,
all of which are most desirable in styles and qualities.
The special attention of
ARMY AND NAVY OFFICERS
is directed to this portion of our stock.
ONE PRICE ONLY!!
RICHARD GREEN,
No, 375 CANAL STREET, cor. LAURENS.
fgIHE EMPRESS KID GLOVE.
NOTICE.
On and after Monday, May 9, the price of our
LADIES’ KID GLOVES
will be advanced to
$1 30 A PAIR,
Plain and Embroidered.
JUST RECEIVED, A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
LIGHT COLORS.
ONE PRICE ONLY 1! RICHARD GREEN,
No. 375 CANAL ST., cor. LAURENS.
I7LEGANT WHITE CAMEL’S HAIR
JTj shawls.
FOB OPERA AND RECEPTION. ALSO, GUIPURE
AND POINT CHANTILLA SHAWS. q SMITH
No. 1142 BROADWAY, one door above 26th street.
ICH DRESS GOODS. ' ~
B. T. HARDY
WILL OFFER ON MONDAY,
MAY 16th,
10 CASES ELEGANT
NEW STALES
Of DRESS GOODS,
AT LOW PRICES.
No. 332 BOWERY, corner BOND STREET.
THAW BONNETS AND HATS,
FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN,
IN GREAT VARIETY.
TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED,
AT LOW PRICES.
Also, a Fine Stdbk of
MILLINERY
AND
MILLINERY GOODS.
REID & BROTHER,
No. 367 BOWERY,
East side, near Fourth st., two blocks from Broadway.
Black silks, so pieces with and
without lustre, from 24 to 36 inches wide; good
quality suitable for
MANTLES AND DRESSES ;
bought at the auction sales of this week and 25 per cent,
less than Broadway prices.
GEORGE KEYES.
No. 543 Eighth avenue.
AT PEYTON & JOHNSTON’S,
No. 274 BOWERY, near HOUSTON STREET,
FOR THIS WEEK.
BLACK GROS DE RHINE SILKS, from §1 up.
ALSO,
BLACK TAFFETA SILKS, from §1 25 up.
ALSO,
REAL LYONS TAFFETAS (for Mantillas), from §1 50
unward.
RICH GROS GRAIN SILKS, without lustre, from §1 50
upward.
TAFFETAS DE LYON—very rich and heavy, from §2
upward.
also, , _ •
STRIPED AND PLAID FOULARDS, at 65., 73., and 83.
ALSO,
PLAIN SILKS (from auction), at 10s. to 12s.
ALSO.
BLACK AND WHITE SILKb, at Bs. and 9s.
CHINE SILKS (just received), at 12s.
mantilla’department.
BLACK SILK SACQUES,
from §3 upward
BLACK SILK BASQUES,
from §lO 50 and uaward. r .
BLACK SILK CIRCU LARS
at §8 and upward.
RICH GROS DE LYONS
BASQUES,
CIRCULARS and
BACQUES.
PARIS GROS GRAIN
ROTONDES.
OIRLULARS and
BASQUES,
superbly adorned with the latest
PARIS ORNAMENTS IMPORTED.
As heretofore, the ladies will find the price of our Gar
ments from 25 to 50 per cent. lower than Broadway or
Canal street houses.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. -
ON MONDAY, MAY 23,
we shall offer an entirely new stock of
LIGHT SUMMER DRESS GOODS,
most of which have been withdrawn from the Custom
House during the week, and are the choicest and jnost de
sirable fabrics for Summer wear.
Black and Colored Hemanis, all widths.
Black, Colored and WN-e Bareges, all widths.
Black, Colored a '-ope D’Espagne, all widths.
Black, Colored fen * rHues, all widths.
Black, Colored ana V.’ i ; i . . c 13.
200 PIECES OF LOW-PRICED DRESS GOODS,
Received irom Auction,
At 18c., 20c.. 22c., 25c., and upward.
SHAWLS! SHAWLS 1 SHAWLS!
Camels’ Hair, Broche. Grenadine, Tissue, Cashmere,
Chally, Zephyr and Mourning
Shawls, Dress Goods
and Mantles. •
PEYTON & JOHNSTON.
No. 274 Bowery, near Houston street.
JpASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS.
CHALLIES, CREPE DE CHINE, GRENADINES. OR
GANDIES, EMBROIDERED MOHAIRS. BAREGES, JAC
ONETS, PARIS PRINTS, ALPACAS, &C., &C.
NO CHANGE IN PRICES.
LORD & TAYLOR,
Nos. 461 to 467 BROADWAY, (cor. Grand si.)
Also at stores
Nos. 255 to 261 GRAND ST.
and Nos. 47 and 49 CATHARINE ST.
T>IOH PARIS DRESS SILKS.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF EXTRA RICH PLAIN
ARD FANCY SILKS.
ALSO, LOW-PEICED SILKS,
Plain, Plaids and Fancy, in great variety.
LORD & TAYLOR,
Nos. 461 to 467 BROADWAY (cor. Grand st)
Also at stores Nos 255 to 261 GRAND ST.
and Nos. 47 and 49 CATHARINE ST.
■SJEW LACES AND EMBROIDERIES.
BLACK and WHITE LACE SHAWLS, BARBES, SETS,
COLLARS, COIFFURES, PARASOL COVERS, &0., 4c.,
In new and elegant designs.
LORD & TAYLOR,
Nos. 461 to 467 BROADWAY (comer Grand st)
Also at stores Nos. 255 to 261 GRAND STREET,
And Nos. 47 and 49 CATHARINE ST.
JJOSIERY, ENDER - G ARMENTS,
SCARFS, TIES, GLOVES, HANDKERCHIFS and GEN
TLEMEN’S FURNISHING ARTICLES, in great variety,
at retail.
LORD & TAYLOR’S,
Nos. 461 to 467 BROADWAY,
Nos. 255 to 261 GRAND ST.,
Nos, 47 and 49 CATHARINE ST.
LADIES’ AND CHILDREN’S FUB
NISHING DEPARTMENT AT
LORD & TAYLOR’S,
Nos. 461 to 467 BROADWAY (cor. Grand street,)
INDIES’ AND CHILDREN’S READY-MADE LINEN
AND UNDER GARMENTS, BREAKFAST ROBES,
ROBES DE CHAMBRE. Ac , Ac., Ac.
OLOAKS AT REDUCED PRICES.
On and after MONDAY, May 16th,
LORD & TAYLOR,
Nos. 461 to 447 BROADWAY (cor. Grand street),
will offer at retail at reduced prices, their entire stock of
CLOTH and SILK CLOAKS and MANTILLAS; also ele
gant Llama and French Lace Points, Circulars, Boar*
neons, Ac.
Also at Stores
Nos. 255 to 261 GRAND Street,
and Nos. 47 and 49 CATHARINE Street.
CURTAIN MATERIALS,
Oil [Cloths, Stair Carpetings, Druggets, Rugs, Lice Cur
tains, Window Shades, Blankets, Sheetings, and House
Furnishing Goods in great variety.
LORD & TAYLOR,
Nos. 255 to 261 GRAND ST.
Shawls,
SILKS, MANTILLAS,
SACQUES,
BASQUES and
CIRCULARS.
B. T. HARDY,
has now on hand the largest assortment of
SHAWLS,
SILK SACQUES,
CIRCULARS,
Basques and cloth garments,
to be found in the city,
lAT VERY LOW PRICES.
No. 332 BOWERY, cor. BOND STREET.
MA Y 16 TH, 1864.
GREAT
BARGAINS
JN
DRY GO O D;S .
B T. HARDY,
No. 332 BOWERY, coiner of Bond street, •
Will offer this, week,
SHAWLS,
SILK CLOAKS,
DRESS GOODS,
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS, &c., Jic.
AT AUCTION PRICES.
ftT E W SKI R T FOR 186 4.
A NEW AND GREAT INVENTIWJN
HOOJP SKIRTS.
THE DUPLEX ELLIPTIC (OR DOUBLE) STEEL
SPRING.
J. I. & J. O. WEST,
No. 97 CHAMBERS STREET. NEW YORK,
are the owners of the patent and exclusive manufacturers
of this,
J. W BRADLEY S
PATENTED DUPLEX ELLIPTIC STEEL SPRING
SKIRTS.
This Invention consists of Duplex (or two) Elliptic Steel
Springs, ingeniously braided tightly and firmly together,
edge to edge, making the toughest, most elastic, flexible
and durable soring ever used, enabling the wearer, in con
sequence of its great elasticity and flexibleness, to place
and fold the skirt when in use as easily and with the same
convenience as a silk or muslin dress It entirely obvi
ates and silences the only objections to hoop skirts, viz.:
the annoyance to the wearer as well as the public, espe
cially in crowded assemblies, carriages, railroad cars,
church pews, or in any crowded place from the difficulty
of contracting them to occupying a small spate. This en
tirely removes the difficulty, while giving the skirt the
usual full and symmetrical form, and is the lightest and
most stylish and graceful appearance for the street, opera,
promenade or house dress. A lady having enjoyed the
Eressure, comfort and great convenience of weariue the
'Uplex Elliptic Spring Skirt for a single day, will never
afterward willingly dispense with the use of them. They
are tie test quality in every part, and by tar the lightest,
molt durable, comfortable and economical skirt made.
Merchants will be supplied as above, and ladies iu most
first elass retail stores in this city and throughout the
different States.
jO“lnquire for the
DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SPRING SKIRTS. ,
JQUPLEX ELLIPTIC - SPRING SKIRT,
THE MOST POPULAR
AND FLEXIBLE IN USE.
A. T. STEWARP & CO.,
BROADWAY AND TENTH ST.
RADLEY’S DUPLEX ELLIPTIC
SKIRT. Very Flexible, folded easily when in use
to occupy a small space, making the most
AGREEABLE SKIRT WORN.
For eale by LORD & TAYLOR,
Nos. 461 to 467 BROADWAY.
Nos 255 to 261 GRAND STREET.
Ncs. 47 and 49 CAT MARINE ST.
ATENT DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SKIRT,
Combining Elegance, Lightness, Comfort, and Econ
omy, and unquestionably the most
DESIRABLE ARTICLE MADE.
For sale by
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.,
COR. CANAL and MERCER STS,
"fyTRS. TOOTHAKER’S
SKIRT AND CORSET EMPORIUM,
CALL AND SEE THE PATENT ELLIPTIC,
LIFE PRESERVING SKIRT,
AND
FRENCH CIRCULAR GOAR CORSET,
ALSO
J. W. BRADLEY’S NEW DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SKIRT,
No. 286 BOWERY,
AND
No. 279 GRAND STREET.
T E. A CHILDREN'S
CLOAK STORE, No. 334 CANAL STREET,
Ladies will find a good assortment of Children’s and Mis
ses’ nice fitting Sacques, Basques and Circulars, neatly
trimmed, at very low prices , * XT -o-
K. A. PIERCE, No 334 Canal st., N. Y.
DRESS APRON
X BALL BADGES
at
D. B. HOWELL’S,
No. 424 BROAD WOT®
AMERICAN MASONIC AGENCY.
AGGERS
AJYD
TUMOBB 2
A pamphlet will be sent to any address, (free of
containing Descriptions, Method of Treatment, and Ger*
tifleates of remarkable Cures made without the use of
the knife. . „
.IddKBS DBS. BABCOCK A TOBIN. No. 27 Bond st, N. X.
Sunday Oition. May
wt.
COURSE, LONG ISLAND,
GREAT ENGAGEMENT OF TROTTING-HORSES,
FURSES AND STAKES TO COME OFF.
The following are the purses filled and fixed to come oil
on the Fashion Course, with the horses entered :
FRIDAY, May 27th.—Purse of §IOO, for horses owned on
Staten Island. Mile heats, three in five, in harness.
Closed with three entries :
H. Weed’s s. g. George Dawson.
H. Woodruff sb. g. Brother Jonathan.
Owner’s br. g. General Grant.
THURSDAY, June 2d,—Purse of §2OO, with a stake OS
§SO each. p. p.. for horses that never trotted in less t thaia
2m. Sss. Mile heats, three in five, to wagons. If three oar
more start, the second to save his stake. Closed with da
entries :
Rankin’s g. m. Lady Shannon.
D. Mace's b. g. Shark.
H. Woodruff’s b. g. Dexter.
D. Pfller’sbr. m. Empress.
H. F. Jones’b. g. Hsinbletonian.
Owner’s br. g. General Grant.
WEDNESDAY, June 15th. Purse of §I,OOO, with a stake
of §250 each, p. p. Mile heats, three in five, inharnessk
Closed with three entries:
S. McLaughlin’s br. s. Robert Fillingham.
J. 8. Turner’s ch. g. John Morgan.
John Crook’s blk. g. General Butler.
FRIDAY, June 17th.—Purse of S2OO, with & rtakfl fA
§SO each, p. p., for horses that never trotted in less than
2m. 30s. Mile heats,three in five in harness. If three 02?
more start, the second to save his stake. Closed witla
three entries:
J. S. Turner’ss. g. Dan Mace.
D. Mace's b g. Keystone.
W. Irving’s br. g. Tartar. w
WEDNESDAY, June.22d —Purse of SI,OOO, with a stake
of §260 each, p. p. Mile heats, three in five, to wagomk
Closed with three entries:
S. McLaughlin’s br. s. Robert Fillingham.
J. S. Turner’s ch. g. John Morgan.
John Crooks’ blk. g. General Butler.
TUESDAY, June 28th.—Purse of S2OO, with a stake Ot
SSO each, p. p., for horses, that never trotted in less than
2m, 80s. Mile heats, three in five, to wagons. If three 01*
more start, the second to save his stake. Closed witU
three entries :
J. S. Turner’s s g. Dan Mace.
D Mace’s b. g. Keystone.
W. Irving’s br. g. Tartar.
D. Pfifer’sbr. m. Empress.
JOSEPH CROCHERON, Manager.
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Address No. 12 White street. New York.
Madame nourrit,
No. 58 BLEECKER STREET,
(Eastof Broadway.)
Informs the Ladies of New York that she has opened her
SPRING GOODS.
which have been selected under her own supervision
at PARIS, and which are of the most
ELEGANT STYLES.
Bonnets of every kind at d,
BINNS’ Millinery. No. 577 Broadway. Straw Bon
nets retailed at wholesale prices. Great bargains in Split
Straw and Cactus Bonnets. Crape Bonnets and Neapoli
ton Ribbons. Ribbans and Flowers, Trimmers wanted,-
O~R IGI XA D ”
kiram a’n"derson j ;
BOWERY.
(Sign of the large Golden Eagle.)
ESTABLISHED TWENTY YEARS.
GfRAND OPENING
OF
SPRING CARPETING?
DISPLAYED IN
TEN SPACIOUS SALESROOMS,
ENGLISH ROYAL VELVET & BRUSSELS CARPETING..
IMPERIAL THREE-PLY and DOUBLE SUPERFINK
CARPETS, RUGS, MATS. MATTING, DRUGGETS, FoUF
yards wide TABLE and PIANO COVERS.
WINDOW SHADES.
OFFICE, CHURCH acd MASONIC CARPETS
On hand, any stvte rtiade to order.
FLOOR OIL-CLOTHS,
From 3 to 24 feet wide,
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
All Goods Guabantskd No Urging to Buy.
ONE PRICE.
liOok for
HIRAM ANDERSON,
No. 99 BOWERY.
Jf OK LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.—
SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW.
JETTER’S HAIR"RESTORER
IS ESPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR LADIES’ UaE.
IT IS NOT A DYE.
IT IS NOT A COMPOUND OF
SULPBUR AND SUGAR O* LEAD.
TWO OR THREE APPLICATIONS WILL SATISFY
ANY ONE WITH GRAY HAIR THAT IT
IS NO HUMBUG
PRICE. ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE.
For Sale by the Proprietor,
y P J J ETTER, No. 450 BROADWAY,
Also at HELMBOLD’S Drug and Chemical Warehouse,
No. 594 Broadway, and the Principal Drug Stores in New
York-

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