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g&- Grand Natiouul Celebration In honor
OF OU« UNION VICTORIES!
a New York, March 6,186#.
W ORDER OF PROCESSION:
DETACI MEN T OF POLICE,
mount*n and t>- O »T.
troop of cavalry,
AS ESCORT TO GRAND MAR3H4L
BRIG-GEN. WILLIAM "ALL, Grand Marshal
AND AJDfI.
Col O. H. HART, Maj. HAND,
Col. W. P. HALL, Capt BLACK,
c i g e. waring. Capt. wm. McCORMAOK
CoL TRAVERS, Capt WK. EAGAN,
A.oj „. GROSHON HERRIOTT, Capt. C. A. STETSON,
J. NET SON TAPPAN, Eeq.
FIRST DIVISION.
ON FOURTFKMH STREET. BIGHT OX BROADWAY.
MrctDlvi i nN v. State N tional Guard, commanded
by Maj.-Gen. Chas. W. Sanford.
Doted ir er te of Second Division N. Y. State National
Guard.
COMMUTER OF ARRANGEMENTS
ON HORSEBACK.
Lbut-Gcj. Winfield Scott; Maj.-Gen. John F. Wool;
Maj -Gen John A. Dix; Maj Gen. Robert Anderson; Brig.-
G»n. Van Vhet; Brig Gen. Hatterlee; Brig.-Gen. Vinton;
Col. Clark C. 8.: CoL Sloan, Med. Director; C iot Stinson,
A Q. M.; Admiral Hiram Paulding; Capt Worden, late
Commander oi the orig nel Monitor; Capt Bankhead, U.
S. N.: Ills Excellency, the Governor; the Legislature; His
Hnnor the Mayor and Common Council in carriage*, two
abreast; Judges of the Courts; Board of Supervisors;
bear e of Departments and County Officers; Clergy and
Fro feasors of Colleges.
SECOND DIVISION.
ON Ji lit TH AVENUE, HIGHT ON FOURTHEXTH BTRNMT.
COL. M. T. McMAHGN, Marshal.
Mt ,or Ger eral Peck and staff; Brigadier-General Hunt
rrd sts ft ; Brigadier Gene’al Hincks an! staff; Brlgadier
<■? dptfl P. st. George Cooke and staff; Brigadier-General
wrewele and staff.
vthceis ui tne army; ex-officers of the army; non-com
miwi< ned officers and privates; wounded soldiers; New
Ingland Soldiers’ Relief Association; Veterans of 1812; N.
V ('aledonfans; Cadet* of Stete’Volunteer Institute, Ac.
third division.
ON EH l TH AVENUE, RIGHT ON FOURTEENTH STREET.
HON. ABRAM WAKEMAN, Marshal.
OifitM-n of the Navy and Marine Corps; Sailors and Ma-
Tin«a: J. Simonson’s lull rigged ship manned by Veteran
Tars from the Navy Yard; Model of the MONITOR, 20 feet
fa length, built by T. F. Rowland, builder of the original
Monitor; Officers of Custom House, headed by Revenue
Ba>gea. fully manned, on Trucks; Seamen of the Mer
♦bant Service; OrnamentaLCars, Ac.
FOURTH DIVISION.
ON SEVENTH AVEM7F, RIGHT ON FOURTEENTH STRBBT.
WILLIAM SELIGMAN, Marshak
New York Sharpshooters, Captain Geisslercommanding;
Oilman Societies—Turners and Veteran Turners; Arion
Sceiety; Altgemeine Sangerbund, composed of members
cf all the Geiman Singing Clubs, who will keep up a con
tinuous song during the lire of march; a six horse truck, ;
4 ntefalbg the members of the Sixth Avenue M. A. Total
Abstinence Association, Major Mi ihael Misring President .
j a’ian Benevolent ’’ocletv: other National societies, Ac. !
FIFTH DIVISION.
ON FIFTH AVENUE RIGHT ON FOURTEENTH STREET.
Hon. CH ARIES G. CORNELL. Marshal.
The Trades; Express Companies with their Wagons; :
Typographical Society, with Printing Press in operation ; I
Singer’s Se wing Machines in operation; Herring A Co.’s ;
5 ring Team with Safe; Rahroad Car of John Stephenson; •
Ten Horse Truck of W. H. Locke, Satinet Printer ; Ten 1
Bone Truck of Great American Tea Co.; Six Horse Truck
4f Central Petroleum Exchange, W. W. Clark & Co., '
with Enj ine and Derrick, pumping OF1; Mrs .A. H. Supple I
exhibits Sloat’s Sewing Machine on Trimly in operation, ;
by Erricsson’s engine, and another drive® by ream ;
Steinway A Sons*’ Trucks marufacturing Piaaoton the I
route ; Howe A Bouvier’s teams with Workmen suanufac- !
taring Scale?; the Empire Steam Pet- Co., turn cal with a
Six Horse Truck, with a Pen Machine in full operation, j
with Thirty Young Lsdies distributing One Hundred Thou
sand Pens ; the Eureka Cigar Machine of W. M. Harding,
on Truck, Manufacturing and Distributing Ten Thousind 1
Cigars. Many other class. Bof Trades will ba r- presented I
fa this Division.
SIXTH DIVISION. f
CM rwro avenue, right on fourtesnth street. ,
CHIEF ENGINEER JOHN DECKER, Marshal.
The Assistant Engineers as Aids.
The Fire Department in uniform, with Steam and Hand
J»re Engines, Hose, and Hook and Ladder Companies
I®" National Celebration of Lnloi? yieto
a *‘' THIRD DIVISION.
Mom. WAKEMan, Manhal.
This iiivlriofi will ,Whth I avenue right ra.rt- j
fag on Fourteenth street.
Officers of the Navy, <n leave or duty, mounted QfOU !
foot, will leport comer Eighth avenue and Fifteenth 1
•treet.
J. 8 mooton’s lull riggel ship will report on Sixteenth
Street, headed to Eighth avenue.
Salters snd marines on foot, corner Seventeenth afreet I
&bd Eighth avenue.
Model of Monitor on El fhteenth street, headed to Eighth :
avenue.
Barge Boat from Surveyor's Department, on Nineteenth
ebreet, headed to Eighth avenue.
Custom Hou:e Department employees on truck, on
Twentieth street, headed to Eighth avenue.
Post Offiie Department mail wagon and em iloyees, on
Twenty-first street, headed to Eighth avenue.
Detachments from PailorL Hon e. Eighth avenue and
Twenty-first street.
Seamen in merchant jervice, E'g'ith avenue and Twen 1
V first street.
The above rained organization if will pieiute report by ■
Jlo’cKck. Sharp.
Col. GEORGE B. VAN BRUNT, Capt. C. RICE, Capt.
C. HkRBEBER, Capt. J. H. CHASE, B. F. MUDGETf, I
Esq , and R. E. BENTON, Esq., will act as aids to the !
Marshal, and report mounted at 11 o'clock, at Division
Headquarters, corner Eighth aveme ani Fourteenth
•treet
An aid will be assigned to the ‘everal organizations at
the points above designated—to escort them into Hue.
By order of the Marshal,
Coi~ GEO. B. VAN BRUNT, Chief Aid.
kkrch i, j
gsT Notice.—V tcran Corps ot the Idi i
of 1812. will meet a 1 the Mercer House, on Monday, ’
March 6th. at 10 o’clock A. M . precisely, in full utiforin, ,
to join in the procession. In consequence cf the postpone- I
went the veterans in the adjacent counties are invited to |
join in with us. will be in watting
By order,
H. RAYMOND, Brig. Gen.
ABM DALLY, vol.
Isaac M. Phyfe, Adj.
National Celebration of VnJon V’teto-
RIES.
FINANCE COMMITTEE.
New York, March 4th, 1865.
The delay occasioned by the inclement weather will
materially increase the cost of the arrangement®. The
additional time will be improved by increasing the attrac
tions of the Celebration Citizens who feel an interest in 1
this National Demonstration, and have not subscribed to [
♦be ftind lor defraying expenses, are invited to send their
oontribntiors to either of the undersigned.
MOSES TAYLOR, Chairman.
& B. CHITTENDEN, ? „ ooa
SAML. SLOAN, J SeCß ’
HENRY CLEWS, Treas.
Tv Lfase for a Term of Years.
THE FIVE UPPER FLOORS
BUILDING NO. 5 FRANKFORT
Nkar Nassau.
SUITABLE FOR A HOTEL
OK
LIGHT MANUFACTURING BUSINESS.
Lot 28 Fret 8 Incurs by 105 Feet Drbp.
STEAM POWER CAN BE HAD IF DESIRED.
Apply to
J. G. ABBE. Dispatch Office,
No. 11 Frankfort street
Kendall’s Ambollne for the Hair.—
Tills article hes now become so well and favorably known,
that it is needless to enter into particulars regarding its
merits. Suffice it to say that it is the best article, now before
the public ; and on trial will abundantly prove it.
WARING A CO., No. 35 Dey street, proprietors. And
for sale by all Druggists.
Scrofula, ComumptiOD, Catarrh, Jtc.
—Wil. R- PRINCE, Flushing N. Y„ offers his TREATISE
ON NATURE’S SOVEREIGN REMEDIALS FROM
PLANTS, comprising 85 Specific Remedies, which cure the
above diseases and all Impurities of the Flood, and the di
seases oi the Liver, Lungs Kidneys, Throat. Heart, Spleen,
Stomach. Skin and Membranes, Asthma, Croup, Bron
chitis, Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Diptheria, Cancers, Tumors,
Wen, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Piles, Fistula, Scurvey,
Laryngitis. Epilepsy. Diabetes, Bright’s Kidney Disease,
Rheumatism (ail phases). Spermatorrhoea, Gout, Diar
rhaia. Small-Pox. Varioloid, White Swelling, Hip Com
plaint, Billions, Typhoid and Spotted Fevers. Jaundice,
Congestion, Pneumonia. Opthalmia. Ulcers, Nose. Head
and Ear Discharges, Glandular Affections Scald Head,
Leproy, Humors, Constipation, Epilepsy, Scurvy. Stric
ture. Varicocele, Neuralgia, Fever and Ague, Billious
Colic. Gravel and Stone, Salivation, Drug Di-eases. Gen
eral Debility, Chlorosis and Mercurial Seminal, Urethral,
Nervous, Syphilitic Urinary. Eruptive, Uter.ne and all
female diseases. Arrangements will be made guarantee
ing cures where the Old Pathirs hrve proven powerlc?s
Treatise ten cents ana stamp, mailed. Apply by mail or
personally.
Consumption.—Ttivse who sutler with
any of the SYMPTOMS OF CONSUMPTION such as
COUGH. RAISING Of’ MATTER FROM THE LUNGS.
IRRITATION OR TICKLING OF THE THROAT. PAINS
in the HIDES OR CHEST, etc., etc., should call on Dr.
O'TOOLE, at his residence, No. 85 Third avenue, and see
the numerous testimonies of uattents residing in this city
whom he has cured of this disease.
All who suffer with Consumption are invited to call and
examine the truthfulness of these testimonies of cure.
JJ@“ After SwaWowlng Enough Sarsaparilla
decoction to turn your blood to water, buchu extract
to destroy your virile powers, and Indian doctors’ roots
until you feel like burying yourself instead of the hatchet,
•all and coiuult DR. HUNTER, No. 3 Division streat,
New York since 1834. Eight rooms and a private en
trance. Open fr >m eight o’clock A M until nine at
night Be cures chronic eruditions and spots on the skin,
. ulcers of all kinds, the most poisonous impurity of the
blood, fistula, all diseases pertaining to the urinary or
cans, rheumatism. Ac. Work on Human Frailty, Nervous
Debility, Early Indiscretion. Consultation gratis.
galls and
Abe you going to the ball ?
W bat Ball 1 The Annual Ball of the c™
PAINTER’S ASSOCIATION,
At IRVING HALL, cn the 16th of March?
Oh. certainly everybody is going there. They will L/.ljm,
htve the
SEVENTH REGIMENT BAND,
and a’ways have a good time 1 lie tickets are only One
Dollar tach so that all can take one. Bring as many la
dies as jou please.
TO LET, IN HARLEM, THE UPPER
part of a house over a Millinery and Fancy Stbre. A
».p er did opportunity fora first class dressmaker Busi
y va already established One having a good machine,
can have stitching irom the store sufficient to nearly pay
tb* rent.
Inquire in store, No. 1,979 Third avenue.
CHARLES S. SPENCER.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR
AT LAW.
FROCTOR AND ADVOCATE IN U. S. CGURTfi,
Ko. 339 BROADWAY (rias? uakhA
NEW YORK,
r oAD E MY OF MUSI O . -
THURSDAY. MARCH 9
FOR THIS EVENING ONLY,
„ GR ANv COMBINATION CONCERT I
THE MaRETZEK AND MAX BTBAKOBCH TROUPES,
For the Benefit of Disabled Soldiers and Soldiers’
«idows and Orphans, under the auspices of the Christian
Alliance and the direction of a Committee of
OUR MOST DISTINGUISHED CITIZENS, ,
Including his Honor the Mayor, F. I A. Boole, Mat’hew
T Brennan, Orison Blunt, General Wallbridge. A. Oakey
Hall. Bernard Casserly. J. Devlin, ±c.
’I 1 ® FOLLOWING ARTISTS WILL APPEAR :
Mlle. DE KATOW,
Mrs JENNY VAN ZANDT,
Miss LAURA HARRIS,
; M JAME 4 M. WEHLI,
. AND OTHER EMINENT PERFORMERS.
Musical Dir* ctorSignor ROSA
Tickets or Admission. Dollar an i a Half.
Reserved seats may be obtained at Half a Dollar extra.
Tickets can be procured at Beer &. Schinner’s, No. 7tl
Brc-adway; Ball & Sons’, No sfl Broadway; Sibell’s, No.
5 Wall street, and at the principal Hotels and Music
Stores.
d
Academy of musio.-it alian
OPERA. DirectorMAX MARETZEK
“ REPERTOIRE OF THE PRESENT WEEK.
THE LAST BUT ONE OF THE OPERA SEASON.
Monday. March 6—LA FORZA DEL DESTINO.
Tuesday—LAST NIGHT OF FAUST.
Wednesday-LA FORZA DEL DESTINO.
I; Frioay—LAST NIGHT OF LA FORZA DEL DESTINO.
No M atince on Saturday, March 11. *
’ T>ROOKLYN academy of music.
k THUR'DAY, March 9—FAUST.
e Saturday, 11th—BENEFIT OF Miss KELLOGG-LINDA.
Tuesday, 14th—LA FORZA DEL DES TINO.
• The regular sale of seats for any of the above named per-
3 mances will commence on Monday morning, March 6.
’ AV A L LA C K . s '7
j V ▼ Proprietor and Manager. Mr. LESTER WALLACK.
MONDAY.
Sixth night of the great domestic drama,
TH3 TICKET OF LEAVE MAN,
written by Tom Taylor, Esq., author of “st 11 Waters Run
Deep,” “The Amencan Cousin,” "The Unequal Match,”
Ac.. Ac . with all new Scererv. new Dresses, the Original
t Incidental Music, and brilliant Cast
TUESDAi-BENEFIT OF MIS* FANNY MORANT
* Never acted here Sterling Coyne’s original Comedy of
I THE MAN OF MANY FRIENDS, and the elegant after
piece otlS HE JEALOUS?
WEDNESDAY—(Sixth time) THE GAME OF T-IFE.
THURSDAY'—(Second time) MIND YoUR OWN BUSI-
’ NESS, and THE LAUGHING HYENA.
FRIDAY—(Never acted here? ALL THAT GLITTERS IS
NOT GOLD, and THE INFANT PRODIGIES AT BEULAH
SATURDAY-(Fourth Mme) STILL WATERS RUN DEEP,
and HIGH LIFE BELOW STAIRS
Due notice will be given of the next representations of
THE HUNCHBACK. MEN OF THE DAY. THE GAME OF
LIFE, and OLD HEADS AND YOUNG HEARTS, all of
which Plays attract crowded audiences.
Doors open at 7)J : Overture at
WALL AO K ’ S.
TUESDAY,
BENEFIT
OF
MISS FANNY MORANT.
Never acted here Sterling Coyne’s Original Comedy of
THE MAN OF MANY FRIENDS,
1 And the elegant Afterpiece of
I IS HE JEALOUS?
BOX BOOK NOW OPEN.
IVIBLO’S GARDEN.-BEGINS AT 7J.
Lessee and MulsgerWM WHEATLE?.
FIRST NIGHT OF THE ENGAGEMENT
of the distinguished artist,
DANIEL E. BANDi£ A N ,
who will appear as
PHILIP ARD VANDMONT,
TOMORROW (MONDAT> EVBNISG March 6.1865,
I in a new romantic p’sy, in five acts, taken from the Ger
i man of Mme. Birch Pfeifer, called
THE BEAUFORTS,
being a cramatization of Bulwat’- poputar novel, entitled
NIGHT AND MORNING.
: The piece will be produced, alter months of prepara-
■ tion, with
SCENERY,
PROPERTIES,
APPOINTMENTS,
ALL NEW.
AND A POWERFUL CAST.
SEATS SECURED SIX DAYS IN ADVANCE.
OLYMPIO TH EAT KE . 1
MONDAY EVENING. March Gtli,
BENEFIT O R '
MR. J. K. MORTIMER,
' On wlr’ch occasion will be presented and also on
! EVERY EVENING TILL FURTHER NOTICE.
The great Local Drama entitled
THE STREETS OF NEW YORK,
: The prod notion of which has proved
THE GREAT SENSATION OF THE SEASON.
OLYMPIC THETTRE7~
EXTRA NOTICE.
MISS ELIZA NEWTON
{ reppectfullv announces that her
FIRST BENEFIT IN AMERICA
1 will take place on FRIDaY EVENING. MARCH 10th.
m hf n will be presented the Great Sensation o; the Season.
THE STREETS OF NEW YORK
Tickets and seats can be secured at the box office and
i from XLs Newton at her resident#, Barcelona Hotel,
I Great J.onta street.
B~~k oad w a y THE 4tb e.
MONDAY. MARCH 6 1865/
l&p NIGHT OF J. E. OWENtf.
LAST NIGHTS
; of.WUte i ttrlumphH To()riLEg and
FORTY WINKS,
I the splendid success of which induces. Mr. Wood.to exfcjnd
I their “nm" the terra originally assigned it, ap< to
: annonnee for another week. ”
| home d*ama.
‘ J)OT; OR?THE CRICKET DN THE HEARTH.
Vr fGHS B, OWWB as Caleb plumper,
m.tainfrt f. w an exceltaitaast. Including the gifted artist
Mr. George J JsbnPaerybingle.
FOX’S OLD rOYVEBT TUBATSB.
EVERY NIGHT, AND SATURDAY AFTERNOON.
dLD DAME TROT.
OLD DAME TROT.
COMICAL CAT, CAT, COMICAL OAT
By G L. FOX, who dGM Jhe COMIV ROLE OI
i CLOWN,
Supported by
THE FULL PANTOMIME TROUPE.
C. K. Fox, Baptistine, J McCloskey and MU?, Martf
netti.
Music by A. Tyte; Scenery hy J. Johnson, Jr.
THE LAST PICTURE OF DAZZLING SPLEND >R
i By tbe Great Unknown.
’ A FAVORITE DRAMA
AND MOST LAUGHABLE FARCE.
EW~BOWERY THEATRE.
Sole ProprietorMr J. W. Llngard.
Ke engagement for Six Nights only, of Mr. G. C. BONI-
| FACE and Miss KATE NEWTON,
ROMEO AND JULIET.
I Romeo.. Mr. G. C Boniface I Juliet... Miss Kate Newton.
MercutioW Warden, I Peter Geo. Brookes.
POVERTY AND WEALTH
Rachael.... Mrs W. G. Jones | Bristles Geo. Brookes.
: HONEBI JOE
’ jgARNUM’S AMERICAN MUSEUM—
Afternoon at 3. Evening at 7>a.
THIRD M EEK
| OF
► THE GREAT ONE THOUSAND DOLLAR DRAMA,
wriWnby Miss Laura Keene entitled
i ' THE WORKMEN Qp NgW YOgK ;
6b.
THE CURSE OF DRINK.
, Which has proved to be the
1 GRE ITEST SUCCESS EVER ACHIEVED,
LOCAL, DRAMATIC,
MORAL. SENSATIONAL.
GREAT DANCING GIRAFFE BY TONY DENIER.
MORNING. AT 11.
THE HUMBUG U* SPIRITUALISM,
Exposed By Dr. W. F. Von Vlrck.
1 Prac tically showing the Ballot Test, Blood-Bed Writing on
i the Arm, Spiritual Rope-Tying. Answering Sealed Letters
“” d ALL THE DECEPTIONS PBACTICED
' by pretended .Mediums
PROF. HUTCHINGS, LIGHTNING CALCULATOR.
FAT WOMAN. Gl A NT BOY. GI a.N TESS,
WOODBOFFE’S BOHEMIAN GLASS-BLOWERS.
TWO STEAM ENGiNES IN MOTION.
I Life sized figures of the JAPANESE
Fifty Life-Like Moving Wax Figures,
Circassian Gill. Dwart. Albino Boy, Living Otters,
■ Grand Aquaria, a Million Curiosities
i Admission. 3U cents: Children under ten. 15 cents.
BS, F. B CONWAY’S
PARK THEATRE, BROOKLYN.
The domestic drama of
THE CRICKET ON THE HEARTH
EVERY EVENING UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
MRS. F. B CONWAY AS DOT,
supported by the
I STAR COMPANY.
LLLER AND THE GYGES
AT THE
SALLE DIABOLIQUE.
The New York Herald said of Heller on Wednesday last:
! “ Heller is the modern Admirable Crichton. Not to have
; seen him is to have missed one of the wonders of the
; world. Heller gave his large audience five fine feats of
' !♦ gerdemain, a solo upon the piano of the operatic school,
i then a comic solo descriptive of an inebriated friend’s re
collections oi Faust.’and fnenanimmer.se imitation of
a boarding-school miss at her music lesson. All these
w>re iuimitsbly done, and we don’t know which to ad
mire most— the music or the mimicry.
“ Finally there wis Gyges We d<'n’t profess to be able
to describe Gyges. Ihe perennial Heller played the part
of an old Frenchman better than nine-tenths of the actors
( who devoie toemseives to such roles. The Gyges itself ig
i an illusion by which a man is made to disappear instan
taneously, and by which, a* was shown last evening, one
man may be seen through the body of another. To be
surprised, amused and delighted, you have only to go and
tee Heller and the ilyces.”—Herald, March 1.
SUCH IS THE SUCCESS OF
GYGES!
SO GREAT IS THE
NEW COMI J SOLO.
SO EXCELLENT
IS HELbER.
Every evening at 8. Doors open at 7.
MATINEE WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, at 2 P.M.
Alfred burnett,
AT DODWORTH HALL,
EVERY EVENING (except Wednesday) at 8 P. M.
TRIUMPHAL SUCCESS AND
SECOND WEEK OF THE
NEW ENTERTAINMENT.
QUEER FACES AND QUEER PEOPLE
WITH
A NEW PROGRAMME,
. introducing
FRESH ELEMEETS OF THE LUDICROUS
' ASD
R-M’ID CHANGES OF CHARACTER.
'RYAN T S ’ .
i JL> MECHANICS’ HALL No. 472 BROADWAY, above
Grand. BRYANTS’ MINSTRELS.
j The Excelsior Troupe in the following brilliant Scenes :
r EXEMPT SHAKERS, THE PERFECT CURES,
JACK CADE. THE GYGES, STRUCK ILE,
1 ! The Ghost, kite and Drum Major, Monster Concert,
Artemus Waid. Dancing Giraffe, U. S. G.
THE LIVE INGIN.
: Hun-kee-Dc-Ree. the Live InginMr. D n Bryant
t Parquette, 50 cts. Gallery, 30 eta Commences at7%.
t l -
8 ' T 4 OOLEY’S MINSTRELS, No. 201 BOW
:• j _OL ERY, STILL GAINING POPULARITY-Great Bill
’ | This Week —First Appearance cf the Great Ethiopian
7. ! Comedian, R. RALPH, k’irst Week of the following acts:
; i LUSEMICUS AND GIBIPIUS DEAF AS A POST, DIN
1 NA YE HEAR THN SLOGAN, BAUOY SAM, HOP ON
? I DE CARPET.
' I DDOTERrSICHOBEANCLOI'FEDULITY,
i as Blu'd rated by the Young Champions.
' Doors open at 6%—Curtain rises at 8.
/ I RAN D COMPLIMENTARY CONCERT
TO HARRY SANDERSON,
’IHE FAVORITE PIANIST,
AT IRVING HALL,
| SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 11,
TICKETS, ONE DOLLAR.
e OATHOLOGICAL
i- j£ WONDERS
THE NEW YORK
" MUSEUM OF ANATOMS
No. $lB BKOADWAV
t [ XXT ON ®BR O F WOJBSBB
B, ; > V TO BE BEEN ONLY
v JIX THE
} NEW YORK
ITUSEUM OF ANATOMY
- ' bfo. BWOAD«’4V
AT D RE uNVE I L S D
AT THE
NEW YORK
MUbEUM OF ANATOMY,
No. 618 BBOADWAT,
WO O EPS ~MINStREIiS,
No. 5U BROADWAY. No. 514,
EXTRAORDINARY ATfRACTION.
Monday March 6th, and every evening during the week,
will be performed a New Local Burlesque, entitled
PETRO LEUMANIA;
’ , OR. OIL ON THE BRAIN,
i written expressl® for Wood’s Minstrels, by Chablbs Gat
lor, Esq., author ol Cor Die Soogah, Our American
„ Cousin at Home, Ac.
r NEW SCENERY by GASPARD MAEDER, MACHINERY
r by BROWN £ HATCH, PROPERTIES by J. CHITTY,
Dresses by A. TAILOR, Music by F. R. MOLLENHAUER.
CBARACTKHS IN THK BURLKSQUB,
Pete Trollem, Demon King of the Oil Regions,
Frank Brower
Oleagenous Trap, a darkey that struck HeCool White
, Chic N West, a heavy dealer in stocksß. S. Purdy
Jobs Turkey, an unfortunate speculator... .J. W. Glenn
Mich Central, ) < C. Henr X
Cum b Coal, > Oil Speculators < F. Converse
Maripceim. ■) (u. Scbwird'
Johannes Jerome. Pete’s favorite ImpC. J. Lockwood
Petroleum Imps, with Demon Dance, Masters Sheridan A
Mack Bulls «nd Bears by the entire company.
SYNOPSIS OF SCENERY, INCIDENTS. Ac.
Scene Ist William street—Merchants Exchange, Ac.
Gathering of Bu Is and Open Board.
Song— ‘ Bulls and Bears come get along in... .Chic N West
Oil Stock at a premium. The millionare He’s Trumps.
Bong—“l’ve Struck He,’’OleagenousTrap
Song and Chorus—“l’m Hunkey doree,”
~ , Oleagenoas A Speculators
How to Bore Fn ’■« Calculation. 21 000. Job’s Misfortunes
“HOW DO YOU FLOW.”
A reverre of lortu» e. An» w cmipany. Stock all taken.
Duet—“ I knows I spose whar det oil well flows,”
Job and Mich Central
Chorus—’ Johnny, How do you Flow.” Speculators
Scene 2d—a Cave Pete’s Ante Chamber.
The Spiritual Circle. Spirit Rappings, Tab'e Tippings, The
Summons, Sudden appearance of re e, Fright of Snecu
)atcrs. Pete demands his Royalty—‘ One half of all the
Stockholders.” The Compact.
Chorus—“ Yow are you, Old Petroleum. Speculators
Scene 3d—Swamp Angel Crevice.
Pete and his favorite Imo Johannes take account of stock.
Pete in a Rape, “ No Royalty.” “Stop the Supplies.”
Bong & Dance—“l’se Johannes Jerome, ch, oh, Johannes”
, % Scene Last—Petrolia.
Johannes Jerome and Imps in charge of the OP. Well, De
mon Dance, ’ r elegraph dispatch from above. “We’ve .stop
red flowing,” Send down your Royalty, Arrival of Stock
holders by the Underground Railroad ” Chorus—’ Squeeze
’em Grease ’em,” Demons. The Mill started, Pete catches
a Whale. “Put hi n in.” “More Grease to the Mill.” Tne
Machinery overstrained,Something wrong, Too much lie,
Terrifllc Exolosl'n, Meeting of the Bulls and Bears. Oil is
King. GRAND TABLEAUX. Previous to the Burlesque,
WOOD'S MINSTRELS in their Minstrel Enter'alnment.
DSP- Seats can be secured during the day without extra
charge.
E W~BOWEKY THEAT RE .
The Committee conducting the
DE WALDEN PRESENTATION
announce that as one means of lurthering the object in
view, a performance will take place at the above Theatre
on
WEDNESDAY, March Bth,
on which occasion
Mis* KATE NEWTON.
Mr. GEOB-4E BONIFACE,
Mr. J. B STUDLEY.
ibis first appearance at this theatre),
FRANK BROWER ) Of Wood’s
and and
w NELSE SEYMOUR ‘ Bryant’s Minstr o UJ
(by the kind permission of Bryant Brothers and H. Wood,
Esq)»
have vclunteered and will appear.
T, E MORRIS. Secretary.
MR. DE CORDOVA
THE CELEBRATED HUMOROUS LECTURER
will deliver for the last time this season; for thd benefit of
thfl WOMEN'S INF.RMAIRY. Washington Height-1, his
briliant atd very homer ous Lecture
“THE CENTRAL PABK; OR THE BALL IS UP,”
at Niblo’s Saloon, cn Monday evening, March 16th.
Doors open at 7, enter ai to commence at 8 o’clock
Tickets to be had atari the Book and Music stores aud
at tbe door on the evening.
HIPPOTHEATROK BeSnTat 8~
NEW YORK CIRCUS.
MONDAY. AND EVENING,
GRAND MATINEES
ON WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, AT 2X.
First nights of the n*w grp«t Snecfacular
CHINESE FE TIVAL
OF THE
FEAST OF saUTER NS.
THE HIPPOTHEATRON
will in the evening be
BRJLLIA N T L.Y JLLI) Ml M ATED
with calcium lights, by Mr Clarke, and myriads of
Chinese lan. eras.
THE GBEAJ CHINESE SPECTACLE
which will be produced on a soale of unparalleled splen
dor, with new and superb costumes, processions, appoint
ments,
BRILLIANT CORPS DE BALLET,
SPLENDID CHINESE ILLUMINATIONS,
realizing the great annual festival of
THE Fi.OWERY LAND.
The great Cfhinese spectacle
WILL COMMENCE THE PERFORMANCES
each ever ing and at the Matineei.
CONTINUOUS TRIUMPH
and fourth brilliantly successful week of
THE UNANIMOUSLY ADMITTED
GREAT COMIC PANTOMIME,
HARLEQUIN MOTHER GOOSE,
With its splendid mise-an scene and
WONDROUS TRICKS AND TRANSFORMATIONS.
In addition to
THE CHINESE FESTIVAL AND
THE UNRIVALLED PANTOMIME,
GRAFD EQUESTRIAN DIVERTISSEMENTS,
and the Unexampled Ancient
GAMES OF THE CUWCULUM,
will be presented at each performance, in which the
GREAT bTAR TROUPE
OF PEERLESS ARTISTS APPEAR.
Notice —SEATS SECURED six days in advance—for
either the evening performances or the Matinees. 1
VARIETIES THEATRE, 37 AND 39 '
BOWEBS'. :
POOLE AND DONNELLYLeese.eB a&i Managers
SENSATION! SENSATION I SENSATION !
First appearance in New York of the gifted, biiautitMl 1
daring Equestrienne
OCEANA. OCEANA. .
In tier matchless impersonate n of
MAZEPPa! MAZEPPA! MAZEPPA!
In the Grand Equestrian Spectacular Drama of that title.
Mr. H. h Yates’champion mare, Black Bess as the Wild
Steed of Tartary. A Full and Powerful Dramatic Com
pany In addition to which the Great Star Variety Troupe
in a monster, novel and diversified entertainment.
VTAN AMBURGH & CO.’S MENAGERIE
W GREAT MORAL EXHIBITION,
‘ Nos. 539 anJ .
OPEN DAILY FROM 10 a M to 1U P. M..
LAST WEEK BUT ONE
LAST WBEK BUT ONE
LAST WEEK ±sUE ONE
OF ‘THIS COLOSSAL MENAGERIE,
the most exa nsive.and complete
EXPOSITION OF ANIMATED NATURE
in the world comprising an infinite variety of
THS RAREST BEASTS AND BIRDS
OF ALL COUNTRIES. |
WILL POSITIVELY CLOSE
SATURDAY. MARCH 18.
YE Ah 8 MUST ELAPSE
bcfoie the public will have nn< ther opportunity of sseing
FO complete a Zoological Collection, as the Menagerie <
WILL NOT RETURN
WI7.L SOT RETURN
to New York ter several years
THREE PERFORM AN DAILY, ■
At HJa A. M.. 3 and P M.. introducitg all the
WONDFRFULLY TRAINED ANIMALS.
ADMISSION ONLY 25 CENTS.
1
IVTOBMAL PETROLEUM COMPANY
OF THE CITY O? NEW YORK.
Officx, No. 71 Broadway, oor. Rkctor st., Room No. 54.
CAPITAL STOCK $503,000.
100 GO) SHARESSS EACH.
Gen. J. H. HOBART WARD, President.
F. 8. KIRTLAND, Vice President.
PHILO. C. CALHOUN (Pres. 4th National Bank), Treas’r.
J. F. GILBERT, Secretary.
STORRS & SEDGWICK, CounicL
TRUSTEES.
Genera! J. H. HOBaRT WARD.
F. S. KIRTLAN D, of Kirtland, Bronson A Co., No. 47
Chambers st.
C. R PAINTER. Pittsburgh, Penn.
RUFUS F ANDREWS, late Surveyor of the Port of
New York, No. 47 Wail street.
V. D. W. WEEKES, of Weekes & Higby, No. 55 Cham
bers st.
Hon. WILLIAM F TAYOLR. Danbury, Conn.
JOHN A. BRADY, M. D , Brooklyn. N. Y.
W. W. W L6ON, Pittsburgh, Penn.
Hon. RICHARD BUS FEED, No. 137 Broadway.
JOHN B. KNAPP, Stamford, Conn.
LEAVITT HUNT, Esq., No. 34 Wall st
Full paid up Stock subject to no furthkr calls or
ASSESSMENTS—IO,OO) SHARES RESERVED
for Working Capital
This Company is incorporated under the laws of the
State oi hew York, for the purpose of mining tor, and de
veloping oil cn rhe wllowing pieces or property in tne
States or West Virginia and Ohio, comprising over rix hun
dred (600) acres o: caretully-selpcted territory, owned in
lee simile and leased by this Company, and situated as
lollows, viz: . .
No. 1. The undivided one fourth [l-4J interest in tbe fee
cimpie cf one hundred [loo] acies suuated on Bufi Creek.
Wo« d courtv, West Virginia, a short distance from the
celebrated wells on Horse Neck, among which are thi Gd
fillan, Tack, Prir ce, and other fine wel s. which are at this
time y ielcing a large product to the companies owning
th*m, enabling them to Ceciare handsome dividends. On
this ti act a well has been sunk, oil has been struck, and
t übing is now being put down. The work on this well is
being prosecuted with the most approved machinery, and
under the superintendence of a competent engineer.
No. 2. A lease of one hundred and sixty five [l6s] acres
on Bull < -reek, a short distance above No. 1, with sufficient
bottom land on either side of the creek to sink a Urge
number of wells. Oil has been struck in a well between
Nos. 1 and 2 This lease has twenty five [2s] years to run,
at a royalty of one eighth i 1 8] of the oil.
No. 3. a lease of seventy two acres on Little Eight Mile
Bun. Washington county, Ohio This stream empties into
tbe Lltile Muskingum river, nearly opposite Cow Kun on
which are several good wells now producing. One well
on this run has produced over 15.000 barrels ofoll.
No. 4 a lease of fifty five [ss] acres on the ma stream,
adjoining No. 3 Both are leased for ten [lo] years ata
rovaltv ot one-fifth 11 51 of the oil.
No. 5. A lease of sever.ty.one [7l] acies on tne same
stream at Nrs. 3 and 4 Lease runs ten [lo] yeaas. Roy
ally one ufth [L-s|. „ . , ,
No. 6. L< ase ot the famous Tice Farm containing ninety
[9o] acres, in Independence Township, Washington county,
Ohio, on w hich there ai e gas springs and salt licks, waich
are sure indications of oil. '»his property is not far from
Newel.’s Run, on which there have been several goo 1
wells struck recently. Leased tor ten [lo] years. Roy alty
• one filth [1 5]
No. 7. Leate of twenty [2o] acres «n Sackett’s Run, a
branch oi the Little Muskinuum river, Washington county,
Ohio. Loased tor ten |lo| years. Royalty one-fifth 1151.
No. 8. Lease offorty [4o] acres near the town of tllcom
field, Washington county, Ohio. Lease for ten 110] years.
Royalty one fifth [1 s].
The territory included in Ncs. 6,7 and 8 are situated on
: a straight line pacing through the valley oi Burning
Spring river. Standing Stone and Bull Creeks, Wes: Vir
ginia, to the oil regions of Venango county, Penn.
J The lands of this company were selected under the Im
i mediate supervision and direction of C R. Painter, Esq.,
of Pittsburgh, Pa., whose success as a producer in the oil
r business, for the past three years has been almost unlim
ited.
The large show of surface oil found, ’he num rous ealt
licks ard other indications prove that this territory is as
promising for oil purposes as Oil Creek was a few years
? since, and from ti e success th at has uniformly attended
the companies that have made developments in this sec
tion, it is thought by the best judges that it will be neces
sary to expend but a small amount on the property of this
Company to yield large dividends to the stockholders.
The oil obtained in this section is superior to that produced
in Western Pennsylvania, and consequently commands a
higher price in the market.
The Company are now developing these valuable tracts,
with excellen’machinery, under the management of a
careful and active superintendent
Subscription books are open at the office of tho Com
pany. No. 71 Broadway, cor. Rector st. where maps of
the property may be seen, and further information ob
-5 tained.
O'ilTbegion corresponding
AGENCY. No 71 BROADWAY, Room 55
BRANCH at FRANKLIN, VENANGO CO, PA.,
For furnishing information upon any and all subjects per
. taining to the Oil Regions.
* As this Agency has no pecuniary interest in any com
pany. parties intending to invest may consult it with ea
tlre confldencc in its good faith.
REFERENCES AMPLE.
'• Adawts, JOHN WIMON, ft., & Co,
NEW YORK DISPATCH.
( grirnlrum,
PETROLEUM’
BOOKS CLOSING.
THE SUBSCHIPTION BOOKS OB' THIS COMPANY AT
THE OBIOtPAL PRICE OP $1 PER SHARE HAVING
CLOSED. A LIMITED NUMBER ONLY O»' REMAIN
ING SHARES WILL BE SOLD AT S 3 PER SHARE.
NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA AND BALTI
MORE
CONSOLIDATED
miffl B MBS mw.
Organized under the Laws of New York.
SHAREHOLDERS EXEMPT FROM ALL PER
SONAL LIABILITY.
CAPITAL, $1,500,000.
Divided into 300,000 Shares, Par Value $5 Per
Share. Subscription Price for a Limited
Number only of Shares Remaining,
■l3 Per Share.
NO FURTHER ASSESSMENT OR CALL ON 188
SUBSCRIBERS, AS *530,000 SHARES ABE RE
SERVED FOB WORKING CAPITAL.
Pbbsidihf-J. B. CLALK, of New York.
ViCA-PlißSiDKirr—R. H. WISHART, New York.
Tksabubkk—H. F. DEVOB, New York.
Skckktabt-j. CONKLING, New York.
TRUSTEES.
B. V. R. KETCHUM, Baltimore, Md.
O. KING, Baltimore. Md.
J H. GOULD, Philadelphia, Pa.
W. WOODRUFF, Baltimore. Md.
R. S. WISHART, Mew York.
DR T. S. RING New York.
A. CLARK. Tarr Farm, Pa.
H. B. CLARK, Oil City, Pa.
GBNKRAL SuPEBINTKN»I3ITB.
J. 8. CLARE, New York
a. CLARK. Tarr Farm, Pa.
H. B. CLARK, OH City, Pg.
OFFICK&
No. 71 BROADWAY, New York.
Nos. 612 and 614 CHESTNUT STREET, Philadelphia.
No. 1 CARROLL HALL, BALTIMORE STREET. Balti
more, Md
NEW 200 BARREL WELL ON CHERRY RUN.
Blew 150 Barrel Well of Fine I,u
tricatiDg Cil on Sugar Creek.
A New 200 barrel well has been struck on Cherry Run
above the Reeu well, close to the property of this Compa
ny. cn the McFate farm, cn which one of the Compaay’s
■wells i.s a)m< st completed, with spkndid prospects of oil.
Another well cn Hogg Farm close to this is also nearly
down, with equally great prospect!
a new 150 barrel v ell of Fine Lubricating Oil has been
struck on bugar Creek (the first well bored), adjoining the
Saunders Farm, the propertv of this Company, on which
a well is nearly completed, with splendid show of oil.
One acre (of the seven acres Homestead Reserve) on
Saunders Fann, which farm belongs to this Company,
.was sold two days since for $15,000 cash
Shia Company has live different properties on Sugar
Cree k, and they alone are worm to day over one mil ion
of dollars, and the entire propet ties of the Company worth
to-cay over five millions of dollars—ss,OvO.OUO.
This Ccmpany owns Twenty six Properties, in a 1 ! about
635 ai res ot land, carefully selected from the very heart of
the Oil Region of Pennsylvania and located as follows:
No. 1, on SAUNDERS FARM on SUGAR CREEK.
No. 2, on McFATE FARM, on CHERRY RUN.
No 3, on BLOOD FARM, on OIL CttEEK.
No 4. on WIDOW McOLINfOCK FARM, on OIL
CREEK.
No. 6, on STEEL FARM, on OIL CREEK.
No. 6, on STEEL FARM, on Olu CREEK.
No. 7, on STEEL FARM, on OIL CREEK.
No. 8, on TARR FaRM, on OIL CREEK
No 9 on ALLEGANY RIVER, opposite HORSE
CRT EK,
No 10.' ADJOINING DEMPSEY FARM, on CHERRY
TREE RUN.
Y r FARM, on OHERRY TREE
No*l2, on REYNOLDS FARM, on SUGAR CREEK.
No. 13, on SUGAR CREEK.
No. 14, on WBEELAND FARM, on SUGAR CREEK.
No 15, on HOGG FARM, on CHERRY RUN
No. 16, on RHODES FARM, on ELK CREEK.
No. 17, ADJOiNING KENT FaRM, on ELK CREEK.
No. 18 onFLK CREEK.
No- 19. on‘WILCOX FARM, on ELK CREEK.
No. 20, on HOWARD FARM, on ELK CREEK.
No. 21 on PETTIS FARM, on ELK ORfcEK
No. 22, on HOWARD FARM, on ELK CREKK.
No. 23, on STRUTH FARM, on ELK CREEK.
No. 24, on ALLEN FARM, on ELK CREEK.
No. 25, on BRIN HI FARM, on SUGAR CREEK.
No. 26, on JACOB PIZEN FARM, on SUGAJI GREEK.
Besides the wells on these properties now producing
ten new ones are being bored, and are already to the
depth of 400 or 500 teet, with a certainty of iinmenae
yields of oil.
The Trustees feel confident they will be able to declare
and continue large dividends shortly after the books close.
Prospectuses, Maps, and every information can be ob
tained, where the Subscription Books are now open, at
WISHART & CO.’S
PETROLEUM EXCHANGE,
OFFICE, No. 60 EMPIRE BUILDING,
Itfo, 71 BROADWAV,
KTew ’STork,
And at the office of
H, F, DEVOE & SONS, BANKERS,
No. 211 GREENWICH STREET, NEW YORK.
Tbe dutchman run oil com
pany.
OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK.
OFFICE, No. 71 BROADWAY, ROOM N*. 29.
CAPITAL STOCKSI 000,006.
£2OO tCO RESERVED FOR WORKING CAPITAL.
PAR VALUE. $lO PER SHARE.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. $3
5,000 SHARES ONLY FOR SaLE AT THREE DOLLARS.
OFFICERS.
J. 11. HENRY, President.
HIRAM J - MESSENGER. Treasurer.
T. C. GOETCHIUB, B»CREtARY.
IRU3TEJCB.
JOHNSON LifcTsoN, riesident New Brunswick
bet Co.
J- H . lIENRY, of North American Life Ins. Co.
PAUL N. SPOFFORD of Spofford, Tileston A Co.
HIRAM J. MESSENGER, Banker. No 130 Broadway.
THOMAS H. WAgslaF K, oi Wagstaff & Goefcmus, No.
71 Bro ad way
FULL PAID UP STOCK JB®“ SUBJECT TO NO
lUATHER CALLS OR aSSESSMENL'S.
20,C00 SHARES RESERVED FOR WORKING CAPITAL.
This Company is incorporated under the laws of the
Ftate ol New York, for the purpose of mining lor and de
veioping oil on the following pieces ot property in the
State ot We.-1 Virginia, comprising Tnree Thousand Acres
ot Coal and Oil lands on the soutn fork ot Hugaes River
and Dutcnrr an Run, in Wirt and Ritchie counties, owned
in lee simple oy lais company.
Tee properly of the DUTCHMAN RUN OIL COMPANY,
consisting ot THREE THOUSAND ACRES, in fee simple,
is situated about twenty-five miles from Parkersburgh,
and fineen irom Cairo Station, on tha Western Virginia
and Baltimore Railload, with a branch road to within one
mile of the property; also a good turnpike road through
thia lard, which give us great advantages, as transporta
tion and accessibility is a very importai t item in mining.
Prof. Richaidson, who has examined this property, says
that the land abounds in Oil Springs, is neavily timbered
with While oak, white Wood and some Black Walnut, and
that the barrels can be made on tne ground. White Oak
Oil Barrel Staves are now worth, and readily marketable
at. TWENTY DOLLARS PER THOUSAND Also, that a
lode of ciystalized Petroleum, four lett six Inches in
width, has been found on the adjoining property, and he
thinks without doubt will be found on tn.s land.
1 There is a vein or coal, but it has not vet been tested.
> hould it prove to be crystalized - etroleum, the compa
ny’s property will be worth two or three times tne amount
oi its capital.
Mr. Richardson says: “The Dutchman Run property
lies between the Crj scaiized Lode aud the Burning Spring
Oil region, and the crystalized lode in itself is tne most
totitive evidence that this vicinity is a superb oil bearing
i egicn.
The demand for land in this locality has so increased in
value ibat within six months that cause alone will, we
th ilk, make the stock worth par. Wells are to be com
menced at once. Oil is found 1 1 about two hundred feet,
which will be reached in about six weeks, when we may
expect large dividends from the investment. In fact, we
think the stock is now intrinsically worth par.
NEW YORK AND BOSTON OIL COMPANY.
Stock now ready lor delivery. A tew shares of stock
FOR SALE in this favorite company.
fjp H E HARMON
P&TROLEUM COMPANY
OF NEW YORK.
CAPITAL STOCK, SIOO,OOO,
DIVIDED INTO 800,000 SHARES.
PAR VALUE AND SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. $5 PER
SHARE.
KI,OOO SHARES—S6O,OOO Reserved for Working Cafital.
300 ACRES IN FEE SIMPLE ON OIL CREEK.
OFFICERS.
JOHN JOHNSON, President
ABNER MELLEN. Jr., Vice President
PHILIP c. HARMON, Treasurer.
1. NEWTON JINKS, Secretary.
BOARD OB' TRUSTEES.
John Johnson, Brewer. Brooklyn.
Phili.ii’v. Harmon, late Harmou & Co.
Bon. A M. Wood Mayor of Brooklyn
Wm. D. Murphy, Esq.. No 233 Henry street.
Louis Btaj«dinger, Standinger * Brothers.
Ebwin a. Quintard, Union Goal Company’.
Chas. W. Copeland, Engineer, No 171 Broadway.
Alfx. G Harmon, late Hannon «fc Co
Sylvester W. Comstock, Roe A Comstock.
COUNSEL. •
MARSH, COE .t WALLIS.
The property of the Company consists of 300 acres in fee
cn Oil Creek, and was selected with great care by expe
rienced oil men, and adjoins the land now owned by the
Long Island Petioleum Company ol Brooklyn, the Ev
eret Petroleum Company, ot Boston, and tne Noble Farm
Petroleum Company, of New York.
Such is the confidence of those already interested in tha
property, that thev have sent forward engines and made
arrangements lor the erection of machine y. tanks, Ac.,
Vor the immediate development of the property.
The Trustees have authorized Twenty (2i») Lewes to be
executed at once, and are daily importuned by parties to
give out more; but thty have decided to give out no
more at present.
The land is rapidly advancing in value, and it is pro
posed at the proper time to sell two hundred acres ior the
benefit ot the btockholoers, it deemed advisable
Subscriptions for a portion cl tbe Stock can be made at
the cilice ot the Company (where maps can be sjeo of the
property cf the Company) or left wuh any of the Trus
tees. F- C. HARMON, Trea-urer,
No. 171 BROADWAY, Room 15.
wOT.mMmiMiiMn •wmßmrn'wrflww.wiwjJiwamwwwiwßMmnHeriK iiimi
The wojsdeb of the age.-ba.y-
BERINE, a new, peculiar and unrivalled prepara-
I ticn for tbe hair, does not dye it but by imparting nutri-
I went to its roots, causes it to resume the color aud bril
liancy of youth, whether it is gray or has been dyed.
Solei by the inventor at his room. No. 914 Broadway;
; Barral. Risley A Tompkins; Hegeman & Co.; Ruihton;
I Caswell, Mack ACo . and druggists generally.
Testimony—-D, Boardman—Dear Sir: Your Bayberine
i has worked a wonder in my case. By using one bottle,
I my hair, which had become white, has assumed its natur-
I al color. Please send immediately 1 dozen to H. S. Car-
I ter, No. 585 Broadway.
T s o lease fob a term of years,—
THE FIVE UPPER FLOORS
OF
BUILDING NO. 5 FRANKFORT STREET,
Near Nassau.
SUITABLE FOR A HOTEL
OR
LIGHT MANUFACTURING BUSINESS.
Lot 28 Feet 8 Inches by 105 Feet Deep.
STEAM POWER CAN BE HAD, IF DESIRED.
Apply to j. G AEEE , Dl ,office,
Ao. 11 FxftnKtort
©rods.
gPRING IMPORTATIONS-
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.
Will oiler
ON MONDAY, March 6th,
, An extensive assortment of
NEW SPRING GOODS
AT RETAIL.
Consisting of
PLAIN AND FANCY COLORED SILKS,
DRAP DE FRANCE,
TAFFETAS,
ELACK AND WHITE CHECK SILKS,
POPLINS,
JACONETS AND ORGANDIES,
BA REGES, GAZE CHAMBRAIS, FOULARDS,
MOURNING GOODS,
(An unsurpassed Stock)
VALENCIAS,
CLOTHS,
CASSIMERES
AND TWEEDS.
CLOAKINGS,
MARSEILLES,
PIQUES,
ENGLISH.
FRENCH AND
AMERICAN PRINTS.
GINGHAMS, BRILLI ANTES.
LADIES' AND GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS,
SHAWLS,
RICH POINT LACES,
REAL THREAD
ANJ>
LIMA LACE SHAWLS,
PARIS EMBROIDERIES,
INSERTINGS. EDGINGS, Ac.
HOSIERY,
GLOVES,
HANDKERCHIEFS.
PARASOLS AND UMBRELLAS,
Al-bO
LACE CURTAINS,
TABLE AND PIANO COVERS.
LINENS.
SHEETINGS,
DAMASKS,
NAPKINS,
WHITE GOODS, &c . ,
Together with a large and general suckot every de
scription of
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS,
Suitable for Private or Public Use.
AT THE LOWEST MARKET PRICES
CANAL. COR. OF MERCER STREET.
gPBING CLOTHS, &c.
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.,
Will open on MONDAY, MARCH frriL,
AT RETAIL,
A large and choice Assortment oi the latest
NOVELTIES IN DESIGNS AND COLORINGS,
IN
PARIS SPRING CLOAKINGS,
PLAIN AND Fancy cloths, CASSIMERBS,
GENUINE SCOTCH TWEEDS, MELTONS,
LINEN DRILLINGS,
DUCKS,
WHITE,
BUFF,
DRAB and
FANCY PIQUE and MARSEILLES, Ac, Ac.,
Imported expressly for
RETAIL SALES,
to which they invite especial attention.
CANAL, COR. OF MERCER STREET.
Brownell & marvin,
(LATX CAtr, BROWNELL <t C 0.,)
No. 603 BROADWAY (St. Nicholas Block),
desire to call the attention of their friends to tuelr
NEW SPRING STOCK
OF
MEN’S AND BOYS’ CLOTHING,
embracing one of the most complete assortments of
FINE AND MEDIUM STOCK
ever presented to the public,
AT REDUCED PRICKS.
Special a*tention paid to
OUR CUSTOM DEPARTMENT.
TO OUR BOYS’ DEPARTMENT,
we invite the attention of the ladies.
A LARGE AND DEbIKABLE STOCK
or
GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHING GOODS
AI WAYS OX HAND.
AT. STEWART & COL
• Have largely replenished all their
DOMESTIC STOCKS, &c.,
Viz : PRINTED CALICOS, DELAINES.
BLEACHED AND BROWN
SHIRTINGS AAD SHEETINGS,
LINENS, WHITE GOODS, CARPETS,
CURTAIN MATERIALS, &c., &c.
BROADWAY and TENTH St.
Elegant novelties
IN SILKS.
PRINTED ORGINDIES JACONETS, PERCALES,
ANn IN
FRENCH, SAXONY AND ENGLISH
DRESS GOODS,
Will be offered for sale AT POPULAR PRICES, on
MONDAY. March6th.
A. T. STEWART & CO.,
BROADWAY and TENTH ST.
Bon nets. -.pattern bonnets at
L. BINNS' Millinery, No. 577 Bread way, opposite
Nibio’s Theatre; Jockey Hats, and Ribbons, wholesale
i. nd retail: elegant Spring Bonnets and Jockey Hats now
1 eady; hiLbons. Flowers and Straw Goods.
ZiRKAT RUSH FOR BARGAINS IN
V DRY GOODS.
E, T. HARDY, No. 332 BOWERY, opposite 2i STREET,
will offer this week
50.000 YARDS PkINTS at 25, old price 40.
25 CCO YAb DS BLEACHED MUSLIN at 25, 30, 35 and 3/ cts.
’ 10 BALES 9 8 SUPER BROWN SHEETINGS
at 37, old price
15 BALES 4 4 SUPER SHEETINGS
at only 35 cents.
500 PIECES NEW STYLES ENGLISH DELAINES OF
EXTRA QUALITY at 37>< cents.
1000 BLACK AND WHITEWOOD BALMORAL SKIRTS
at $4 50, best imported.
500 DOZEN BEST SPOOL THREAD, 200 YARDS
at eight cents.
Also,
DRESS GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
at 30 per cent discount.
100 PIECES SUPER BLACK ALPACCAS.
150 PIECES SUPER COLORED MOHAIRS AND
CORDED LUSTRES.
RICH BROCADE MOHAIRS t
POPLINS. ,
SCOTCH PLAIDS
Ac , &c., very cheap.
N. B—-Goods from large auction sales day, which
will beseid at VERY’ LOW PRICES.
CHAWLS, SHAWLS, SHAWLS.
10 B. T.'HARDY,
No. 332 BOWERY, OPPOSITE SECOND ST.,
Will offer this week,
GREAT BARGAINS,
3,0.0 RICH NEW STYLES OP
SHAWLS,
CONSISTING OF *
BRSCBE, LONG AND SQUARE, NEW STYLES OF
FRENCH SHAWLS—STELLA, BROCHE PLAIN
CENTRE, ELEGANT ALL WOOL PLAID,
BROCHE SThIPED,
ALL WOOL CHAINELAINE BROCHE AND
MOURNING SHAWLS,
. ALSO,
500 BEST QUALITY ALL WOOL
LONG SHAWLS, AT ONLY $lO.
750 ALL WOOL SQUARE SHAWLS,
at 40 per cent .discount.
300 RICH SUMMER SHAWLS Al $2 50.
340 MGH STVLES at S 3, S 3 30, SI to S 3.
Lttdleiinwantof shawls
can find the largest assortment in the city at a great dis
count from termer prices.
EW 'SKIRT FOR 1865.
THE GREATEST INVENTION OF THE AGE IN
HOOP SKIRTS.
J. W. BRADLEY’S New Patent DUPLEX ELLIPTIC
(ordoible) SPRING SKIRT.
WESTS’, BRADLEY & CARY (late J. I. «t J. O. Wert),
SOLE PROPRIETORS AND MANUFACTURERS, Nos.
97 CHAMBERS and 79 and 81 READE STS, New
York.
THIS INVENTION consists of Duplex (or two) Elliptic
Steel Springs, ingeniously Braidbd, tightly aud firmly
together, edge to edge, ma» ing the toughest, most flexi
ble, elastic and durable Spring ever used. They will
not bend or break like most single Steel Skirts, and con
sequently preserve their perfect and beautiful Shape
twice as LONG as any other Skirt The wonderful
Flexibility and great Comfort and Pleasure to any Lady
wearing the Duplex Elliptic Skirt will ba experienced
i particularly in all crowdrd assemblies, opera, carriage,
railroad cars church-pews, arm chairs, for Promenade
i and House-Dress, as tne Skirt will Fold Itself, when in
use, to occupy a small place as easily' and conveniently as
a Silk or Muslin r ress.
A Lady havingpnjoyed the pleasure, comfort and great
convenience of wearing the Duplex .Elliptic Spring
Skirt for a single day. will never afterward willingly
dispense with the use of them.
They are the best Quality in every part and unques
tionably the LIGHTEST, mi St Di'SlßAßL'fc COMFORTABLE, and
economical Skirt ever made. >oit sale in all first class
Stores in THIS CITY, and throughout the United States.
I Havana de Cuba, Mexico. South America, and the West
FOR THE DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SKIRT.
T V. H . MACY’S,
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS,
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES.
HOSIERY. GLOVES AND UNDERWEAR,
KtBBONS AND FRENCH FLOWERS.
YANKEE NOTIONS AND FANCY GO IDS
ALWAYS ON HA*D A FULL STOCK BEST
QUALITY FRENCH KID GLOVES. 50 CTS.
> A PAIR under the regular prices.
R. II MACY,
Noe 204 and 206 SIXTH aVBNUE, near 14th st.
' dUarpetittfiji.
—...— ... ~ .
PERKINS & BROTHER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS LN
• CARPETING, \
; OfL CLOTHS, MATTING,
STAIR HODS.
> WINDOW SHADES, Ao.,
• Ko. ]M BOWERY, NEAR HESTER BT..
Njcw York
H. B. PERKINS.
J. P. PERKINS
ABINET FURNITURE AT THE LOW*
EbT MANUFACTURERS’ PRICES —We have con-
Rtan'ly on hand, and make to order, in the latest styles,
rosewood, black walnut and black and gilt Parlor Suits;
oak ard walnut Library acd Dining Suits: rosewood, wal
no’ and chestnut Bedroom and Chamber Suits, and 4 gen
eral assortment of all articles in our line, to which we
draw the attention of the public to see and examine our
goods before purchasing elsewhere. aII grx>ds warranted.
WIEL A BRAUNSDORF,
Wet 125 and 127 Rivington street, bet Norfolk A Essex sts
The Belt Railroad passes wittod two blocks of the store.
item
PIANOFORTES FOR SALE OR TO
let cheap. 1 Grand 6% Octave, price $1 50—suita
ble for a concert room 5 ether Pianos prices, SIOO, $125,
$l5O, S2OO, $350. 1 Melodeon, $l5O, and 1 Harp, SIOO. Ap
ply at No 188 Grand street.
THE t HORACE WATERS GRAND
square and upright Pianos, Melodeons. Harmoni
ums and >‘Eolian Organs, wholesale and retail; to let and
lent allowed if purchased Monthly payments received
for the same. Secondhand Pianos at bargains, from S6O
to $225. Sheet Musis, a little soiled, at 1% cents per page.
A Pianist to try new music. Factory and ware rooms, No.
481 Broadway. Cash paid for second hand Planes.
Susie kkight-, ob, the history
of a “ Pretty Waiter Girl ” A Rich and Racy Fancy
Poem. Third Edition, 88 pp., handsomely illustrated. Only
25 cts, Mailed free. Address P. O. Box 12, Hinsdale, N. H.
Fourth edition.-" how~*tis
DONE ;” ok, The Secret Out. Gambling Exposed,
Fortune Telling, ‘'Whiskers in 42 Days,” The Book of Won
ders. RO Great-Secrets A New Book. Only 25 cents ; six
forsl. Mailed free and satisfaction guaranteed. Address
HUNTER A CO..
, Hinsdale, N. H.
—WHY EVERY MAN
Aj-h- should marry. Why every woman should marry
All may marry to know. Read the Illustrated Marriage
Guide and Medical Adviser, by WM. EARL, M. D., SMC
pages. Mailed in sealed envelope on receipt of 25 cents.
Address No. 12 White street. New York.
fforpuration
rpHE
QUOTA OF NEW YORK.
15,000
Volunteers Wanted for
New York County!
INCREASED BOUNTIES AND HAND-MONEY.
At a meeting of the County Committee on Volunteering
held on Saturday, February 11, 1865,
Present-ORISON BLUNT, Esq., CWrwww,
Hon. M. T. BRENNAN, CbmplroUer,
Hon. EUUAH F. PURDY,
Hon. WILLIAM M. TWEED, Supervisor,
TLcn. WM. R. STEWART, Supervisor,
On motion of Supervisor William M. Tweed, it wa
unanimously
Rsnoived, That the County pay for a One Year Rocrul
Three Hundred ($300) Dollars Bounty and Fifty (SSO) Do
lars Hand Money.
For a Two Year Recruit, Four Hundred ($400) Dollar
Bounty and Seventy Five fs7s) Dollars Hand Money.
For a Three Year Recruit, Six Hundred ($600) Dollars
Bounty and One Hundred ($100; Dollars Hand Money.
BOUNTIES
FOR THREE-YEAR RECRUITS.
County.... sgoo
Government 300
T0ta1..... S9OO
FOR TWO-YEAR RECRUITS.
County S4OO
Government 200
Total S6OO
FOR EAR RECRUITS.
County S3OO
Government 100
Total S4OO
The Bounty to he paid to the Recruit in his own hand, as
provided in Section five (6) of the State Law relating to
Bounties (viz : Assembly Bill, No 115, of 1865), and the
Hand Money to be paid to the person who may present
sii© Recruit.
By order of the Committee.
CORNELIUS CORSON,
Clerk.
The committee on almshouse
DEPARTMENT of the Board of Councilman wil
hold a meeting in Room No. 5, City Hall, on
WEDNESDAY. March 8,
at 1 o’clock P. M. Parties having business with the Com
mittee are invited to attend.
EDWIN M HAGERTY,
WM. A. TAYLOR,
THOMAS O’CALLAGHAN,
Committee on Alms House Department.
T~HE COMjinTTEE ON ROADS OF THE
BOARD OF COUNCILMEN
will hold a meeting in Room No. 5, City Hall, on
WEDNESDAY, March 8,
at 1 o’clock P. M. Parties having business with the Com
mittee are invited to attend.
PATRICK RUSSELL,
BERNARD KINNEY,
SAMUEL P. PATTERSON,
Committee on Roads.
The committee on printing and
ADVERTISING of the BOARD OF COUNCILMEN
will meat on
WEDNESDAY. March S,
At 1 o’clock P. M., in Room No. 5, City HalL
AU parties interested in matters pending the action of
the Committee, are invited to be present without further
EDWIN M. HAGERTY,
JOHN HOUGHTALIN,
JOHN HEALY,
Committee on Printing and Advertising.
The committee on public
HEALTH of the BOARD OF COUNCILMEN will
meet on FRIDAY, March in,
at 2 o’clock P. M.. in Boom No. 5 City Hall, for the purpose
of considering all papers referred to such Committee.
All .persons intereated will please attend without further
• notice ’ HUGH REILLY,
THOS. BtiADY,
GEORGE McGRATH.
Committee on Public Health.
The committee on ordinances
of the Board of Ccuncilmne. will meet on
FRIDAY. March 10.
at 2 o’clock, P. M , in Room No 6 Citv Hall, for the
purpose of considering all papers referred to such Com-
persons interested will please attend without fur
ther notice. MICHAEL SMITH,
PATRK K H KEENAN,
GEORGE McGRATH.
Committee on Ordinances.
rpHIfeOMMITTEE ON POLICE -OE
-2- the Board of Councilmen will meet on
SATURDAY, March 10,
at 1 o’clock P. M., in Room No, 5, City Hall.
All parties interested in papers referred to the Commit
tee are invited to attend. hu(jii
VALENTINE COOK,
THOS. O’CALLAGHAN,
Committee on Police.
THE COMMITTEE on CROTON aque-
DUCT of the BOARD OF COUNCILMEN will meet
on SATURDAY next, at 1 o’clock, P. M., In Boom
No. 5 oitj Hall,
All parties interested in papers referred to the Commit
tee are invited to attend.
JOHN HEALY,
WM. A. TA.YLOR,
THOS. BRADY r ,
Committee on Croton Aqueduct.
HECOMMITTFE ON -STREETS OP
the Board of Councilmen. will meet on
WEDNESDAY, March 8
at 10 o’clock A. M.. in Room No. 6 citv•rfalL for the
purpose oi investigating all papers referred to them.
L AU persons interested are respectfully requested to
’ appear before the Committee without further no
? tlce * PATRICK H. KEENAN,
ISAAC ROBINSON,
JOHN ST A COM
. Committee on Streeta.
I
THE COMMITTEE ON BELGIAN
PAVEMENTS of the BOABO OP COUSCIiMBS.wiII
| meet on j WEDNESDAY, March 8,
I at 1 o’clock. P. M.. in Xoora No. 5 City Han.
| AH persons Interested m papers awaiting the action at
■ tte Committee, are invited to attend.
THOS. O.CALLAGHAN,
I THOS BSADY,
, JOHN HALY.
Committee on Belgian Pavement*.
rffUIE COMMITTEE ON ARTS AND
§ SCIENCES of the BOARD OF COUNCILMEN will
» meet On WEDNESDAY. March 8,
at 1 o’clock P M., in Room No. 5, City dall.
All narttes interested in matters pending the action of
the Committee are invited to be present without farther
notke ' WILLIAM JOYCE.
SAMUEL P PATTERSON,
JOHN HOUGHTALIN.
Committee cn Arts and Sciences.
* ON FERBIEB OF
* Jl the BOARD OF COUNCILMEN will moot on
s, WEDNESDAY. March 8,
i- at 1 o’clock, P. M., to consider such papers m may be
1# before the Connrittt e.
® ‘ THOMAS BRADY,
1. MICHAEL SMITH,
JOHN HEALY,
Committee on Femej,
Saniwv EiWnn. Mat 5.’
gorjiaratiaa grtirq.
HRHE COMMITTEE ON OPENING
STREETS, of the Board of Councilmen, will meet
on
MONDAY, March 6,
At 1 o’clock P. M., in Raom No. 5. City Halt
All parties interested in papers referred to the
tee are invited to attend.
DAVID FITZGERALD,.
BERNARD KINNEY,
VALENTINE COOK,
Committee on Opening Streets.
npHE COMMITTEE ON CLEANING
-*■ STREETS of the Board of Councilmen will meet
on
MONDAY, March 6,
at 1 o’clock P. M., in Room No. 5, City Hall.
All parties interested in papers reierred to the Commit
tee are invited to attend.
JAMES G. BRINKMAN,
BERNARD KINNEY,
ISAAC ROBINSON,
Committee on Cleaning Streets.
FTTHE COMMITTEE ON LAMPS AND
A- GAS of the Board of Councilmen will meet
on
MONDAY, March 6,
at 11 o’clock A. M., in Boom No. 5, City HaU.
All persons interested are respectfully requested to ap
pear before the Committee without further notice.
CHARLES KOSTER,
H UGH REILLY,
. JOHN STAOOM,
Committee on Lamps and Gas.
The commiitee on public
BLILDINGB ol tne Board of Councilmen will meet
on
MONDAY, March 6.
at 2 o’clock P. M., in Room No. 5, City Hall, to consider all
papers before them
Parties desiring to be heard before the Committee will
please to be in attendance.
JAMES G. BRINKMAN,
BERNARD KINNEY.
WILLIAM JOTCE
Committee on Public Buildings.
rpHE COMMITTEE ON LAW DEPART-
A- MENT of the Board ot Councilmen will meet
MONDAY, March 6,
at 1 o’clock P. M,, in Room No. 3 City Halt All parties
interested in papers referred to the Committee are Invited
to attend.
PATRICK RUSSELL
J WILSON GREEN,
DAVIU FITZGERALD,
Committee on Law Department.
ipHE JOINT COMMITTEE ON AC-
A- COUNTS of the BOARD OF COUNCILMEN will
meet on
MONDAY, March 6.
at 1 o’clock P. M.. in Boon No. 5 City Halt
All parties interested tn matters waiting the action ot
the Committee are reaoeotfutly invited to attend.
THOMAS O’CALLAGHAN,
ISAAC ROBINSON,
BAMEUL R PaTTERSON,
Joint Committee on Accounts.
rriHE COMMITTEE OK DONATIOXR
8 AND CHARITIES of the Board of Councilmen will
meet
MONDAY. March 6,
In Room No. b, City Hat, it 2 o’clock P. M.,
All parties havmg business before the Committee are in
vited to attend.
THOMAS LEAVY.
A 8 HAH AM LENT,
EDWARD M. HAGERTY,
Committee on Donations ana Charities.
THHCOMMITi EK ON SALARIES AND
01F1CES of the Bo&rd of Councilmen will meet on
MONDAY, March 6,
In Room No. 5 City Hail, at 2 o’clock P. M.
All parties having business before them will please at*
tend.
DAVID FITZGERALD.
THOMAS LPAVY,
WM. A. TAYLOR.
Committee on Salaries and Offices,
q 'HE COMMITTEE ON MARKETSofthe
Board of Councilmen will meet on
MONDAY. March 6,
In Eocm No 5, Ofty Ha l, at 2 o’clock. P. M.
All parties interested in papers referred to tne Commit
tee are invited to attend.
GEORGE McGRATH,
J. WILSON GREEN,
WILLIAM JOICE,
Committee on Markets.
rpHE COMMITTEE ON FIRE DEPART.
MENT of the Board of Councilmen will meet on
MONDAY, March 6,
In Room No. 5, City Hah, at 11 o’clock, JL M.
All persons interested are respectfully requested to ap
pear before the Committee without further notice.
BERNARD KINNEY.
JAMES G. BRINKMAN.
THOMAS LEAVY,
Committee on Fire Department
The committee on finance of
the Board of Councilmen will meet on
MONDAY, March 6,
In Room No. 5, City Hall, at 2 o’clock P. M., to consider
all papers before them.
Parties desiring to be heard before the Committee will
please to be in attendance.
PATRICK RUSSELL,
JOHN HOUGHTALING,
Patrick ii. keenan,
Committee on Fimtuce.
THE COMMITTEE ON REPAIRS AND
SUPPLIES of the Boh rd of Councilmen will meet
on NEXT TUESDAY,
at 2 o’clock, P. M., in Room No. 5 City Hall, to consider all
papers before them Parties desiring to be heard before
lhe Committe will please to be in attendance.
VALENTINE COOS,
DAVID FITZGERALD,
JOHN HOUGHTALIN,
ABRAHAM LENT,
THOMAS BRADY,
Committee on Repairs and Supplies.
HE COMMITTEE ON TAXES OF
the Board of Councilmen will meet
WEDNESDAY, March 8.
At 1 o’clock P. M., in Room No. 5, City Hall.
All persons interested in papers awaiting the action of
the Committee are requested to attend.
JAMES G. BRINKMAN,
CHARLES KOSTER,
ABRAHAM LENT,
Committee on Taxes.
HE COMMITTEE ON WHARVES,
PIERS AND SLIPS, of the Board of Councilmen,
will meet on
WEDNESDAY, March 8,
At 1 o'clock P. M., in Rcom No. 5, City HaU.
All parties interested in matters pendin? the action of
the Committee, are invited to be present without farther
notice.
JOHN HOUGHTALIN,
JOHN STAOOM
WILLIAM JOYCE.
Committee on Wharves, Piers and Slips.
HE COMMITTEE ON SEWERS, OF
the Board of Councilmen, will meet on
WiIDNESOAY, March 8
At 1 o'clock P. M.,
To consider such papers as maybe before the Commlt-
Ce ’ HUGH REILLY,
VALENTINE COOK,
MICHAEL SMITH,
Committee on Sewers.
THE COMMITTEE ON ASSESSMENTS-
of the Board of Councilmen will meet on
MiEDftESJAY March 8.
at 1 o’clock P. M., in Room No. E City Hall for the pur
pose oi investigating all papers referred to them.
All persons interested are reipectfully requested to ap
pear before the Committee without further notice.
ISAAC ROBINSON,
HUGH REILLY.
BERNARD KINNEY,
Committee on Assessments.
THE COMMITTEE ON NATIONAL
AFFAIRS of the Board of Councilmen will meet
WEDNESDAY. March 8,
at 1 o’clock P. M., in Room No. 5, City Hall.
All persons interested in papers awaiting the action of
the Committee me r.<jue S Ud joycß
EDWIN M. HAGERTY,
CHARLES KOSTER,
JOHN STACOM.
THOMAS LEAVY,
Commit tee on National Affairs.
THE COMMITTEE ON RAILROADS’
of the Board or Coun ilinen will hold a meeting on
WEDNESDAY. March 8,
ta Room No. 5 City Hall, at 1 o’clock, P. M.
Parties having business with the Committee are inv ite£’
to attend GEORGE McGRATH,
MICHAEL SMITH,
ISAAC ROBINSON.
CHARLES KOSTER,
J. WILSON GREEN,
Committee on Railroads.
THE COMMITTEE ON LANDS AND
PLACES of the Board of Councilmen will meet on
WEDNESDAY, March 8,
at 1 o’clock, P.M., to consider such papers as may be be
fore the Committee,
JOHN STACOM,
PATRICK H KEENAN,
VALENTINE COOK,
Committee on Lands and Places.
OUS ANUS ARE RUINED BEYONIi
M REDEMPTION in this life by not calling on Dr r
HUNTER sooner or later. He can cure the worst cases of
seciet oisease in a shorter time than any other physician,
or no pav taken. Skepticsand doubters wiU please call
and read lots of reliable certificates ot cures made within
the last thirty years, of almost hopeless cases, that
had bad the benefit of dozens of our most eminent
physicians and surgeons Dr. Hunter is in constant
attendance from 8 in the morning until 9 at night.
I at his ok) office, No. 3 Division street. New York city,
since 18&L Charges moderate, and a 3ure guaranteed.
Benarate rooms, so that the patient seea ao one but th®
Doctor himsesf. His wonderful medical discovery, DRj
HUNTER S RED DROP, cures private diseases, when
f regular treatment ard ab other remedies fail; cures
without dieting or restriction in the nabits of the pataent,
cures without the d sgurtin? md sickening effects of att
other remedies : cum in new cases in less than six hoursj
cures without the drtadiu effects of mer
cury. and possesses the peculiaily valuable pr°P e rtyof
annihilating the rank and poisonous taint that the blood.
“ te sure to absorb, unless his remedy isjsed. This is what
) he claims for it, and what nc other will accomplish.
I per vial. Bock, 50 pages, gratis.
A CARD TO THE DADIES.—
Dr. HARRISON adopts this method of informing,’
; the ladies that he devotes his practice especially .o th®
r treatment of female diseases such as pains in ithe back
and loins, leucorrhcea (or whites), painful
cessation of menses, or change of life, etc. AU irreguijn
ties and obstruction’ ot the menses, from whatever cause,
totally removed in a few hours wjjhout dangcr ®r pa n.
Ladies thus afflicted, who may visit this city, will find it
- to their nterestto consult Dr J!? 1 Dr
J quite sufficient, and the v will not be detained. Dr. Ham
„ son's infallible female monthly .regulator, sent to
Q ot the United States ana Canada; price so. Office No.
East Fourth street, between Broadway and Bowery, Naw
York City.
A LL IMPORTANT SURGICAL CASEB.
/w Also Piles, Fistula, Stricture, Stone in the
lii’termitics of the Eyes, Nose and Face, treated bF
HENRY A DANIELS M D., Operating and Consulting
Surgeon, No. 12 Union Square, New York. Office hours
I from IQ A. M> to 8 P. M.

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