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Satubday, Feb. 2, 1867.
MottV ifi more plenty than at any time previous
for the last three months, hut the rate ot is
utill hich. owing to the uncertainty of trade, tne
doubtful action of Congress upon fi
•and the strong suspicions entertained by J®
warding even some of the oldest houses, so terero
Save been the losses from the dectoe in prices. The
downward movement is now thatglit to 1,0
an end in the stock market, but the movers for a xlse
have very little confidence, and the transactions at
the Stock Exchange exhibit at once the ° l
the market and the timidity of the speculators.
They may well be timid, for the losses by some ol the
. oldest "operators” have been larger than at any
‘The 6 profmed stock of Ute Chicago
brn Ballroad had declined, up to the middle or me,
-week, 12 per cent, from which it has somewha r_ d
-. covered, and ie now quoted at 5 Cumberland ( ai;d
Wilkeebarre Coal have each declined largely, tr am 10.
to 13 per cent., and all the other railway Property,
with the exception of Illinois Central and Michigan
Central, has had a fall varying from 1 to 10 per cent.
A* The United Stwtee Public Kunde hterbeen arexxxark
ably steady in the midst of all these fluctuations, and
Although they have been somewhat depressed, the
'■actual decline has been trifling.. U. 8. Sixes of 1881,
jtlegifitered and Coupon, sell kt 107 Five
|*Twentiea, all descriptions, 1<N%@107%; Ten-iorty, 5
]per cents, 99 Seven-thirties, all issues, 104’4
*4g)lO4M«
/ ’ The price of gold has been steady at 13U£@135M»
. the tendency at the close being rather to the higher
f Trate, in the absence of any final action of Congress
touching the sales of gold. If there is to be no reduc
tion of the amount of gold in the Treasury, but the
supply is still to go on accumulating, there ia little
.reason for expecting any material decline for a long
time to come; but if the Treasury should only keep
enough surplus to meet demands for interest, and
. put the balance upon the market, there would prob
ably be a decline which would send many an ambi
tious speculator to that retirement from business
which the public should be only too glad to welcome,
tout which his creditors might not see quite so favor-
The investigations instituted by Congress in rela
tion to the management of the Treasury Printing Bu
reau, though not yet concluded, are said to prove
satisfactorily that there has been no over-issue, and
that the affairs of the Department generally are on a
creditable basis. There has not been a session of
Congress since the Government began to issue paper
money which has not had its committee to investi
gate the affairs of this bureau, and the suspicions
which have always attached to the management of
this branch of the Treasury Department might, we
think, be all ciphered down to one cause—the disrep
utable and shameless private character of ths indi
vidual who has charge of the printing bureau, and
which it is impossible for any one living in Washing
ton not to be acquainted with. It it is a stain upon
the Department to have such men connected with it,
and has no doubt injured the credit of the Govern
ment to a far greater extent than many facts of ap
parently much greater importance.
In the real estate business of the week the sales
have not been of much importance, though the num
ber of houses and lots offered is on the increrse every
day, At present, we do not see good grounds for
calculating that rents will be higher than they were
last year in this city, while in Brooklyn the indica
tions most decidedly favor a decline. There have
been fifteen hundred new houses ad led to Brooklyn
in the year, while only about five hundred are cred
ited to New York on the same account. The sales
thus far made show a large decline in the valuation
of real estate as compared with that of one year ago.
In the Flour and Grain business of New York, we
have the most satisfactory exhibit ever before made.
Prices are so high here, even after _©h
<Ju»t .there no export demand at all, and these
staples which formerly paid for so large a share of
the foreign goods brought to this market, are now of
very small account in making good the balance of
trade against us. The supply of grain in England is
short, but they can draw supplies from the Black Sea,
from South America, and even from California at
lower figures than they can purchase for in our
markets. Though the prices in the English market
are thus comparatively below ours, the leading for
eign circulars say that the price in London is from 25
to 40 per cent, higher than in 1865, and if it goes
much higher it will almost be a question of starva
tion.
In the dry goods trade there has been increased
activity for the week, and some little exciting compe
tition among the heavier houses. The regular trade
has for a long time furnished rather a puzzler to out
siders by the ordinary way of making sales for cash,
and quoting prices for cash, while in nine cases out
of ten the business was done on a credit of from 30
to 60 days. The house of A. T. Stewart & Co., made
a sensation this week by allowing a discount ot 1 per
cent for payment in thirty days, and 2 per cent for
pash down, instead of regular rates on sixty days
time.
warn sn v smiii i 'iwwfl mepana
of the Wit.
James Fletcher, a colored seaman, returned
to his home in Philadelphia, Tuesday evening, and
fgund his wife in flagrante de licto with a one-armed
man. Fletcher, without saying a word, walked up to
lhe woman, put his arms around her, and plunged a
•heath-knife into her side. She screamed and fell,
when her guilty paramour seized an iron hook, and
dealt Fletcher a violent blow on the back of the head,
which felled him to the floor in an insensible condition.
The woman is not expected to live.
Advices from Montana say that the despera
does in that territory have again become so bold as to
rah out from the Old Regulators a notice that the re
organization of that company has become necessarv.
Hereafter all offenders will be summarily dealt with*
Three ruffians in Johnsen county, Kansas, on
Saturday, Jan. 26th, shot and severely wounded Mr.
F. Huff, searched his house, and, finding no plunder,
went to the next home, occupied i>y » m»n uniuea
Myers. They hung Myers to make him tell where
his money was, hut did not succeed, and finally beat
him ail he was insensible.
Mary D. Sloan, who was injured at the rail
road accident two miles east of Auburn, a year ago
last Fall, and who has lain helpless ever since, has
recovered from the railroad company, by decision of
the Supreme Court, the sum of twelve thousand dol
lars.
The captain, five seamen and a Kanaka
woman belonging to the wrecked bark Maora Kea,
arrived at Victoria, Vancouver's Island, on the 26th
of January. The vessel was wrecked near Koskomo
Sound on the 25th of November, while on her way to
the Sandwich Islands from Washington Territory
and all the crew wore captured by Indians and re
duced to slavery. Two of them escaped, and arrived
at Victoria on the Bth of January, and these new
arrivals are supposed to be the remaining portion of
the crew.
The Kansas House, on Thursday, passed a
joint resolution to amend the Constitution by strik
ing out the word “ white” by a vote of 56 to 15. The
Ttmenament defeated by
a vote of 40 to 26.
.. Hiram Corp was on Friday convicted in Troy,
N. Y., of the murder of Mrs. Henry Laker, in Peters
burgh, on the 19th of October last.
Another immense cannon of the twenty inch
pattern was cast on Tuesday at the Fort Pitt Works,
Pittsburgh, Pa., which is the seventh gun of the kind
that has been cast at these works.
The walls of a large dwelling-house on the
corner of Kingston and Summer streets, Boston,
which was in the process of being altered, fell in, on
Friday, burying a number of workmen. Two of the
men were rescued alive, but badly bruised. It was
believed at the latest advices that two other men were
etill under the ruins.
Gen. Crook has returned to Fort Lyon, Idaho,
from a campaign against the Indians, with 100 pris
oners and a number of horses. He had had some
•evere fighting, killing a number of Indians, and ex
pected still more trouble.
Th© party of New Mexican miners who were
prospecting in Montana, and were supposed to have
been murdered by the Indians, have arrived at Salt
Lake City. They report the discovery of new and
very rich gold mines.
Melissa O. Donovan, a little girl eight years
old, was burned to deatn on Monday, in one of the
public schools in Springfield, Mass., by her clothes
taking fire from a stove.
A young man in Cleveland, Ohio, who has
been confined in an asylum for some time on account
of insanity, having partially recovered, was returned
to his home, and soon after stabbed his mother with
a knife, the wounds being of such a nature as to ren
der it exceedingly doubtful whether she will recover.
The son has been lodged in jail for safe keeping.
A call has been issued for a State Convention
of unconditional Union men of Tennessee, to meet in
Nashville, Feb. 22, to nominate a candidate for Gov
ernor to represent their sentiments, and for the
transaction of other business of a kindred character.
Gen. Alcorn, United States Senator elect from
Mississippi, addressed both branches of the Missis
sippi Legislature on Tuesday, advising them to accept
the Constitutional Amendment as the least of Con
gressional evils. A unanimous vote rejecting it was
the response.
An action is pending in the United States
Supreme Court on appeal brought by Gen. Schenck,
member of Congress from Ohio, to recover on bonds
issued by Marshall County (Ill.) in aid of a Western
railroad company, which the County now attempts to
repudiate. The case involves questions of interest to
local authorities generally.
A man named Milton Penny was garroted
and robbed of S6OO in Boston on Monday night.
Three men were engaged in the robbery.
J. J. Bryant, a well known keeper of a faro
bank for many years in New Orleans, was shot and
killed’at the St Charles Hotel, in that city, Wednes
day night, by Judge Frederick Tate, a well known
Texan lawyer. The difficulty is said to have origi
nated in consequence of a forged check passed on
Bryant by a third party.
John Donnelly, a boy fourteen years of age
pleaded guilty to levying war against Canada in the
Toronto court yesterday, and was sentenced to three
weeks’ imprisonment.
It is reported that the United States troops
etationed near Jackson, Texas, had been attacked by
the Indians, and forty of them killed.
Six men, passengers on the Northern train,
were drowned while attempting to cross the Missouri
river through the ice at St. Charles, Mo.
An officer at Fort Phil Kearney writes that
the three post forts, Beno, Smith and Kearney, are in
a state of siege. Their garrisons amount in the ag
gregate to four hundred men and seven pieces of ar
tillery, while four or five thousand Blackfeet, Chey
enne and Arapahoe Indians are encamped in the vi
cinity.
Only seventeen vessels are being built in
Quebec this Winter, which is less than half the usual
number.
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Nos. 60 and 62 EAST FOURTEENTH STREET,
Between Broadway and Fourth avenue.
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* d 39 29th January*
FAT .fIEk
A loyal man and ' . . ...
’ .e.to e
And
At weakness, hr and srow irate
a o Htn hjr and at clouded brain,
aKaX Adiwork were shameful stain,
On His ri« J °i°thed in whiteness, and could sit
That stv with our poor shallow wit,
And ir « m bles, halts, and falls so often prone,
J .dge and sentence, solely and alone;
A plain, blunt man, industrious his full days,
ZTtfc allotted years, hopeful in shadowy ways,
passed in peace, of consciousness that Heaven
/ Seemed to love earth, when clouds are cleared or
' f riven,
[ That lightnings rarely strike, no eternal thunders
J given.
A William Dutt Tki.ttb.
i The subject of this notice, long and favorably known
to many of our prominent citizens, was born at Ando
=. ver, England, and migrated to this country about the
1 year 1819. Settling at Washington,' D. C., he engaged
j very successfully in a branch of the dry-goods busi
, ness, but removed to New York on finding the cli-
- mate of the South disagree with him. Subsequently,
5 returning to England, he settled, and remained a res
( ident at London during the following twenty years.
Born of an American mother, who had married a Loy
. alist durieg the Revolutionary war, he had imbibed a
r love of America and American institutions, and had
s always a restless longing to return to the land of which
- he was by birth a citizen, so that when reverses of
b fortune overtook him ho was earnest to gratify his in
-3 clination. Returning, therefore, in 1848, he took up
j his permanent abode in New York, and died at a
3 green old age, quietly, patiently, and respected by all
1 who knew him.
- YOUNG—Oa January 29th, 1867, Richard Young, of
r reshwater. Isle of Wight, aged 82 years. Funeral from
lus late residence, No. 206 South Fourth street, Wil
» liamsburgh, L. I.
OFFICIAL DRAWINGS.
j FROM JAN. 28, 1867, TO FEB. 2, 1867, INCLUSIVE,
r ..KENTUCKY—Extra Class No. 145, Jan. 28, 1667.
f 77, 16, 63, 70. 32, 67, 68, 7, 74 27, 53, 76, 73.
r KENTUCKY—CIass M, Jan. 28,1867.
56, 52, 63, 68, 63, 72, 2, 50, 80, 38, 36, 67.
p *n K .& N^u^ Ky r ExTRA Class No - 147 ’ Jan - 29 » 18€7 -
f 66, 37, 8, 61, 27, 18, 10, 75, 41, 7, 55, 67, 47,
1 58.
’ r-, KENTUCKY—CIass No. 148, Jan. 29, 1867.
i 7 U^ 5 ’ 16 l 29 ’ 773 > 77 ’ 30 2 32 > 68 » 40, 36, 26.
CLAf S« No. 149, Jan. 3Q, 1867.
■ 73, 22. 32, 21, 52, 59, 23, 20, 62, 48, 74, 12, 89.
‘ z>4 /. KENTUCKY-CLASS N, Jan. 30, 1837.
1 1 73 » 54 ’ 4 -0- 63 » SO, 42 > 45 » 19 > 30,
■ „ KENTUCKY—Extba (Jl.xss, No. 151, Jan. 31,1861.
• 3, 73, 11 45 68, 73, 27, 52, 39, 56, 19, 53, 60.
.o — K fJ f TUCKY-CI,ABS No. 152, Jan. 31, 1861.
‘ 13 53, 70, 4, 44 , 67, 30, 69, 62, 49, 14, 68, 88,
47. 1.
.■^ E^S U 9 KY “ ExTnA CLi,s No- ’“■ F ®b- 1. IS®7.
35, 69, 70, 23, 22, 14, 5, 71, 27, 26, 4, 29.
’ rr, KENTUCKY—CIass No. 154, Feb. 1, 1867.
: 57 ’ 40 > 35 > 2 > :i4 > 42 > 51 > 50 > 68, 52.
on KKNTUCKY-Oi.ass No. 155 Feb. 2. 1867.
A 9.2, 3, 46, 77, 37, 55, 28, 54, 16, 24, 4.
■ KENTUCKY—Extra Class, No. 156, Feb. 2,1867.
' 04, 38, 01, 34, 39, 66, 47, 50, 44, 16, 29, 26, 53.
SPFJ/BV COLLEGE-Extha Class No. 69, Jan. 28,1867.
! 61, /8, 72, 37, 27, 66, 74, 43, 1, 13, 47, 49, 34.
COLLEGE—CIass No. 70. Jan. 28, 1867.
:
‘ KXTRA.CLASfINo.-nrJan.2jr, 18W.
5 ’ C9 a 8. 7 ’ 16 > 28, 67, 22, 9, 72.
: . i/> S o 1 o EI ', BY , COLLEGE—CLASS No. 72, Jan. ffl, 1867.
1 3 ? i 4 . ’i 65. 25, 34, 13, 51, 10, 35, 76. 61.
1 E J j /\9°l'l‘ r OE- r wiia CiassNo. 73, Jan. 30,1867.
5O 1 68, 35, 58, 13, 47, 15. 11, 66, 3, 19, 67, 65.
AT ’in on ( oo L o EGE-CLASS No. 74, Jan. 30, 1867.
■ 47, 16, 20. 32, 8, 48, 23, 57, 70. 69, 21. 64. 24. 65.
srffiLßY OOLLEGE-Exxxa Class No. 75, Jen. 31,1867.
' 7 ’ 25 > 78 > 50 ’ 56 > 26 > 12 > 66 70 -
■ Sf - I ® L .? Y „C O LLE(;E-C’LAeB No. 76, Jan. 31,1867.
i 81, 17, 3, 28, 69, 01. 41. 14, 66, 35, 70, 67, 19, 21,
■ 89 7 ’
COLLECE-Extba Class No. 77. Feb 1,1867.
I 46, 48, 42, 63, 45, 67, 20, 69, 56, 14, 9, 40.
SHELBY.COLLEGE—CIass No. 78, Ffb. 1 U 67.
22, 52, 64, 67, 46, 77, 3, 37, 31, 56, dB, 2.
' S H BI Ao Y CtASB No - ,9 > Feb. L 1867.
, 61, 36, 60, 71, 62, 50, 6, 56, 23, 64, 20, 3, 55.
' n, SHELBY COLLEGE- Class No. 80, Feb. 2, 1867.
I 71, 9, 69, 45, 55, 07, 17, 66, 16, 75, 68, 36, 24.
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Information given. Office hours from 8 A. M. until 8
P. M.
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No. 61Q< Broadway.
Prizes cashed in all legalized
LOTTERIES. Information given.
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, No. 267 Broadway.
PRIZES CASHED IN ALL LEGAL
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D. W. DAVIS, No. 164'4 FULTON STREET,
A few doorsirom Broadway.
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ple s Line Steamers, near Spring street Market, Central
P.a ie Hotel and.l ersey City Ferry. Prizes paid in Green-
COLBY, Licensed Lottery Broker, late of
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LOTTERlES.—Circulars and drawings sent.
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tate of the City and County of New York for the year
1867, wi 11 be open for inspection and revision on and after
MONDAY, January 14,1867, and will remain open till the
30th day of April, 1867, for the correction of errors and
the equalization of the assessments of the aforesaid real
and personal estate of the City and County of New York
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make application to the Commissioners during the period
above mentioned in order to obtain the relief provided
bylaw. The act of 1859 provides that "during the time
the books shall be open to public inspection, as herein
before provided, application may be made by any person
considering himself aggrieved by the assessed valuation
of his real or personal estate, to have the same corrected.
If such application be made in relation to the assessed
valuation of real estate, it must be made in -writing, stat
ing the ground of objection thereto, and thereupon the
Commissioners shall examine into the complaint, and if,
in their judgment, the assessment is erroneous, they shall
cause the same to be corrected. If such application be
made in relation to the assessed valuation of personal es
tate, the applicant shall be examined under oath by the
said Commissioners, who shall be authorized to adminis
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judgment, the assessment is erroneous, they shall cause
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shall appear, under oath or affirmation, that the party
aggrieved was unable to attend within the period pre
scribed for the correction of taxes, by reason of sickness
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ORA’S ITALIAN OPERA TROUPE
ItJL MORA’S ITALWN OPERA TROUPE
MORA’S ITALIAN OPERA TROUPE
MORA’S ITALIAN OPERA TROUPE
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THE FRENCH THEATRE,
THE FRENCH THEATRE,
THE FRENCH THEATRE,
THE FRENCH THEATRE,
THE FRENCH THEATRE,
(Fourteenth street, near Sixth
, LA TRAVIATA, .
LA TRAVIATA,
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WITH
A NEW CAST,
i A NEW OAST,
ELEGANT COSTUMES and
ELEGANT COSTUMES and
SPLENDID APPOINTS NTS,
L SPLENDID APPOINTMENTS,
Will be produced on
MONDAY EVENING, FEB. 11,
MONDAY EVENING. FEB. 11,
I MONDAY EVENING, FEB. 11,
MONDAY EVENING, FEB. 11,
. v , MONDAY EVENING, FEB. 11.
Under the immediate supervision of the new Impressano,
’ SIGNOR ANTONIO L. MORA.
• At the earnest request of his numerous friends and fel-
- low-citizens. Signor Antonio L. Mora has consented to
I give TWO SEASONS ot Italian Opera in this city—each
I season to consist of TWELVE NIGHTS AND FOUR
. MATINEES. For this purpose, he has made arrange-
- ments with a number of first-class operatic artistes,
1 whom he will have the honor of introducing to the New
• Yo«k public at the French Theatre, in Fourteenth street,
> on Monday evening, Feb. 11.
k The music lovers of the metropolis may rest assuited
that Signor Mora has endeavored, and will aseidiously
labor to bring before them a constant variety of entirely
new artists, whose musical abilities are fully admitted in
» the principal European capitals.
As an earnest of his intention to favor the pleasure
. seekers of the metropolis with the most highly finished
representations of standard opera, he has the pleasure of
announcing that an engagement has been effected with
i SIGNORA GIUDITTA ALTIERI,
SIGNORA GIUDITTA ALTIRRI,
SIGNORA GIUDITTA ALTIERI,
SIGNORA GIUDITTA ALTIERI,
SIGNORA GIUDITTA ALTIHRI,
Primo Soprano Assoluta, from the great Italian opera
houses in Italy, Russia and Rio de Janeiro, whose suc
cesses in all these places have stamped her as one of the
most accomplished artiste on the operatic stage.
Among the members of the troupe, as to whose abili
ties the judgment of the public is respectfully solicited,
are the following eminent artistes:
SIGNORA ADELAIDE PHILLIPS,
SIGNORA ADELAIDE PHILLIRB,
SIGNORA ADELAIDE PHILLIMk
SIGNORA ADELAIDE PHILLIPS,
SIGNORA ADELAIDE PHILLIPS,
The favorite Contralto.
SIGNOR ETTORE IRFRE,
SIGNOR ETTORE IRFRE,
SIGNOR ETTORE IRFRE.
SIGNOR ETTORE IRFRE,
SIGNOR ETTORE IRFRE.
PHipo Tenore Assoluto, from the Grand Opera in Milan,
Paris, and Madrid (late with Max Maretzek).
SIGNOR FORTUNA,
SIGNOR FORTUNA,
SIGNOR FORTUN A,
SIGNOR FORTUNA,
SIGNOR FORTUNA,
Late of the Bateman Concert Troupe.
SIGNOR L. MILLERI,
SIGNOR L. MILLERI,
SIGNOR L. MILLERI,
SIGNOR L. MILLERI,
SIGNOR L. MILLERI,
Grand Basso Aesoluto, from the Italian Opera at Milan,
St. Petersburg, and Rio de Janeiro.
SIGNOR NICOLA BARILI,
SIGNOR NICOLA BARILI,
SIGNOR NICOLA BARILI,
Bas.sq Cantante e Buffo, well known to all New York
opera-goere.
The management has spared no expense in procuring
new and most costly costumes for the proper habiliment
of the characters represented in the various Operas to be
produced.
Especially would he direct attention to the costumes of
Signora Altieri, which, for unusual richness and elegance,
it must be acknowledged, have never been equaled In any
operatic represontation in this city.
The season will be inaugurated on
MONDAY, Feb. 11.
MONDAY, Feb. 11.
MONDAY, Feb. 11,
MONDAY. Feb. 11,
MONDAY, Feb. 11,
With Verdi’s favorite Opera of
LA TRAVIATA;
LA TRAVIATA ;
LA TRAVIATA;
LA TRAVIATA ;
% LA TRAVIATA ;
Signora Altieri sustaining her unsurpassed role of Vio
letta. in which she has already created such a furore in
the European capitals, and m Rio de Janeiro, in which
latter city it was presented for
THIRTY-TWO CONSECUTIVE NIGHTS.
THIRTY-TWO CONSECUTIVE NIGHTS.
» THIRTY-TWO CONSECUTIVE NIGHTS.
THIRTY-TWO CONSECUTIVE NIGHTS.
THIRTY-TWO CONSECUTIVE NIGHTS.
Signor IRFRE as ILFREDO has already attained a re
nown which introduces him to public notice without fur
ther statement on the part of the management.
SIGNOR FORTUNA.
late of the Bateman Concert Troupe, will sustain the role
of Germont; and his unqualified success on the concert
stage is evidence in advance that its [rendition will be all
that can be desired.
The Orchestra will be conducted by Signor Antonio
Mora in person.
The Chorus has been carefully drilled by the Impress
ario, and will doubtless prove satisfactory.
a PRICES:
Admissionsl 50
Dress-Circle (secured seat)l 50
Parquet 2 00
Proscenium Boxes2o 00
B o x ' 3s ’ fron L\: -•• • • ”-j in ••”••• 2 $lO to 15 CO
OLYMPIC THEATRE.
MONDAY EVENING, Feb. 4,
Inauguration o? a brief M&soh of
WILLIAM TELL. WILLI AMTELL.
Presented with most superb mountings and appoint-
J'S lO following unexceptionable oast: Mlle.
ELVIR A NADDI as MATHILDE: MARIE FRED
ROTTER as GEMMY;
JOSEPH HERMANS as WALTER JUNT; FRANZ
HIMMER as ARNOLD: WILHELM FORMjiz as WM.
OHANDON as GESSLBRiWILHBLM
GROSCHEL as RONDI: JOHIN ARM AND as RU
DOLPH: ALPHANS UROHES as MELOHTHAL:
Mr. OTTO LEHMAN as LEUTHOLD.
A GRAND CHOBUS and GRAND ORCHESTRA
ot the vary first standard will lorm important features of
ltagr«B,t production, which in every respect will com
pafe favorably with any previous representation upon
either continent.
Reserved Seats for sale at Beer 4 Schirmer’a Music
Store, No. 701 Broadway, and at the Box Office of the
Theatre, which is open from 8 o’clock, A. M.. to 10 P. M.
Notwithstanding the great expense attending this en
terprise the prices will remain at the
a . REGULAR DRAMATIC RATES.
Admission to Dress Circle and Parquet, 75 cents; Bal
cony Chairs, $1; Orchestra Chairs, $150; Family Cir
cle, 50c.
WINTER GARDEN?
MONDAY, and every evening until further
notice,
Ms. EDWIN BOOTH
will appear os jru
SHYLOCK,
• xn Shakspere’s play of
THE MERCHANT OF VENICE,
being the third of the
BOOTH GRAND REVIVALS,
which ie presented with new and beautiful scenery, cos
tumes and appointments, and the combination of splen
dor of production with historic accuracy that marked the
Booth revivals of “Hamlet” and “Richelieu.”
Box-Office open from 8 A. M. to 6 P. M-> when seats
may be secured six days in advance.
GARDEN.
Lessee and ManagerWM. WHEATLEY
This EetabHfthnienl does not advertise in the New York Herald.
MONDAY EVENING, JAN. 4th, 1867.
ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-EIGHTH PER
FORMMANCE OF THE
BLACK CROOK,
with Jarrett .t Palmer’s celebrated
PARISIENNE BALLET TROUPE,
AND THE
GORGEOUS TRANSFORMATION SCENE.
On this occasion will be presented
NEW DANCES,
NEW COSTUMES,
NEW MUSIC, ETC.
TWENTY-FIFTH GRAND MATINEE,
SATURDAY. Feb. 9th, 1867, AT 1 O’CLOCK.
ADMISSION TO MATINEE;
Parquette and Drees Circle $1
Fa®ily Circle .SOc.
Curtain rises at night 1% ; at Matinee, 1.
Broadway
Cents. Corner of Broome street and Broadway.
FOURTH WEEK, and last but two of the brilliant
engagement of the
WORRELL SISTERS.
Who will, MONDAY, February 4; and every Evening
during the week and on Saturday Matinee, appear in the
Great double burlesque bill,
ALADDIN THE WONDERFUL SCAMP,
And
CINDERELLA,
Forming “ A FESTIVAL OF FUN.”
Misses Sophie and Irene in their Duetts and Operatic
Gems; Miss Jennie in her famous Clog Dances; Misses
Sophie and Jennie, Mrs. Gilbert and T. L. Dounelly, in
the Great Cure Dance and Bong, received with continu
ous shouts of applause, and encored. Mrs. G. H. Gilbert
in her Comic Dance. Mr. T. L. Donnelly in bongs,
Dancej and Local Hits. Mr. Welsh Edwards, in two
comic characters. Mr. G. H. Stoddard, Mrs. Chapman,
Miss Ella Turner and full ballet in the oast of characters,
i A FAMILY RESORT.
In preparation—THE MOUNTAIN SYLPH.
Feb. 8. Friday-LAST BENEFIT OF MISS SOPHIE.
Seats should be secured six days in advance.
€~ IHARLEY WHITE’S TROUPE, ~ AT
J BRYANTS’ HALL, No. 472 BROADWAY.
EXTRA NOTICE.
On TUESDAY AFTERNOON NEXT. Feb. sth, 1867.
GRAND COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT
To Miss EMMA FOWLER,
the only surviving sister of the unfortunate Fowler Sis
ters, lost recently on the steamer Evening Star.
The use of the establishment has been kindly tendered
by the manager.
A HOST OF VOLUNTEER TALENT WILL APPEAR,
among whom will be found the following:
A. M. HERNANDEZ.
(By kind permission of R. M. Hooley. Esq.)
who will appear in his unrivalled character of
THE FRENCH DANCING MASTER,
and in his
WONDERFUL GUITAR SOLO,
(In which he challenges the World.)
Also,
Mr. JOHN MULLIGAN.
The great Ethiopean Comedian,
(By permission of Manager Hooley.)
Who will y>pear in his comic character of JOHN VAN
JACKALEN in “SCENES AT CLARK’S.”
Mr. NELSE SEYMOUR,
(By kind permission of Messrs. Kelly & Leon,)
And the entire company, comprising
CHARLEY WHITE’S GREAT COMBINATION
TROUPE.
NEW YORK CIRCUS.
Fourteenth street, opposite Academy of Music.
L. B. Lent Director
MATINEES AT o,clock
WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
LAST WEEK
OF THE HORSE-COMEDY,
received at each representation with
PEALS OF LAUGHTER AND APPLAUSE!
First week of a spirited equestrian diversion, entitled
BLIND MAN’S BUFF,
By Mlle. Jennette Ellsler, Mlle. Soyer, Miss Emma Stick
ney, Miss Roberts, and Mr. N. Austin.
First week of the
WONDERFUL PONY “ PUNCH,”
a diminutive creature of extraordinary sagacity, who has
been trained to execute the most marvelous feats ever
accomplished by a quadruped.
STARTLING ACTS IN THE RING,
introducing the greatest of lady-riders,
MLLE. CARLOTTA DE BERG,
and all the principal artists of the
LARGEST AND BEST TROUPE
GF STAR-RIDERS AND ACROBATS
ever brought together on this Continet. Each entertain
ment to conclude with the successful side-splitting horse
comedy, entitled the
JOCKEY-CLUB RACES,
JOCKEY-CLUB RACES.
Principal characters by highly-educated horses.
/CHARLEY WHITE’S GREAT TROUPE,
at Bryants' Hall, No. 472 Broadway.
AN NNWltlfi NEW BILL 1 Miss FANNY FORREST
the popular Vocalist: the great piece entitled Scenes on
the Mississippi; Now Ballet by the great ballet troupe;
New Negroismsby Charley White, Frank Kerns, Geo!
X?™ 5 ,?’ W.msbip, Dick Ralph, and Josh Hart:
v e /Nu >oll K? y°it®h s xn6 DyGeo. Edeson; New Specialties
byphaa. E. Collins; The Exempts; Here Again, Ac.. Ac.
Matinee en Saturday »»'emoou. at o’clock. '
WALLAC K ’ S .
Proprietor and Manager Mr. Lester Wallack.
FIRST APPEARANCE THIS SEASON, OF
Mr. J. W. WALLACK,
MONDAY Evening, Feb. 4th, 1867, ,
when will ba presented, after a preparation.
ANTSNTIRFty 2iKW t>IECE,
written and Adapted expressly for this Theatre, from the
French of
VICTORI EN SARDOU,
entitled
T A DANGEROUS GAME.
A fie ineidental Music, composed and arranged, by Mrx
Eaward Mollenhauer. The Picturesque and Correct
Scenery, entirely new, by Messrs. H. Isherwood and
G. Jiivans. The Costumes by Messrs, G. Flannery and
Benschoten. Tho New and Elegant Furniture and Ap
pointments, by Mr. James Timony. The Novel and Pe
culiar Mechanical Effects, by Mr. Henry Butler,
„ and the
FOLLOWING SPLENDID CAST :
Baron de Villepreux, Mayor of the Village
„ Mr. J. W. Wallack.
(His first appearance this Season.)
Monsieur Moiriron, a wealthy Parisian living in the Vil
tt - Mr. John Gilbert.
?’ “® nM Morrison, his son Mr. Frederic Robinson.
*’ Lnngoire, a Master Gardener Mr. George Holland. ,
an Apothecary Mr. A. AV. Young.
TetiUard, a Grocer Mr. J. C. Williamson.
Monsieur Grandmeuil, Commissary of Police
„ . „ .. Mr. W. J. Leonard.
Monsieur Boutille, Friend of the Baron. .Mr. T. Graham.
Doctor PiverM?- T. Ward.
>, Courtcuisse, a Villager Mr. Cashin.
Jean, a Servant of the Baron Mr. W. H. Pope.
Genevieve, Sister to the Baroness
" Miss Madeline Henriques,
o Fauline, Baroness de Villepreux... .Mrs. Clara Jennings,
i Mariotte Miss Mary Barrett.
, Madame BoutilleMrs. Timony.
v Perrette Miss Day.
» Villagers, Washerwomen, &c.
. T, x . AOT FIRST.
1 Exterior ef the Baron’s Chateau on the Hill, with the
J River flowing beneath.
' . . ACT SECOND.
» Drawtag Room in the Baron’s Chateau, opeaing on to
Terrace with a view of Part.
ACT THIRD.
‘ Blue Room in tho Tower of the Chateau,
l “ BROUGHT TO BAY.”
ACT FOURTH.
Drawing Room and Boudoir in the Baron’s Chateau.
LIGHT AT LAST.
Doors open I%. Performance commences at 8.
NEW YORK TH EAT RE.
• • • •;Lewis Baker and Mark Smith.
SECOND'WEEK of the highly successful Spectacular,
Romantic Drama of a
BIRD OF PARADISE,
’ With its BEA UTIFUL MUSIC !
DELIGHTFUL DANCING!!
CHARMING SCENERY!! !
WONDERFUL TRANSFORMATIONS ! I!!
AND SPLENDID CAST I ! I ' 1
SATURDAY, FEB. 9. AT 2 O’CLOCK,
BIRD OF PARADISE MATINEE.
Twenty-third Sunday concert.
STEINWAY HALL, SUNDAY, Feb. 6.
L. E. HARRISON Director.
MADAME PAREPA
will Bing “The Storm,” by Hullah; “Ave Maria,” by
Gounod, with violin, organ and piano accompaniment,
and the “Children’s Kingdom,” by Blumenthal.
MR. CARL ROSA
will play “ Episode du Trovatore,” by Hanmann, and
“Adagio Religioso.” by Bott.
MR. S. B. MILLS
will perform two grand selections for the piano. The or
chestra, under the direction of
MR. THEO. THOMAS,
will perform overture to “ Fidelio,” by Beethoven; over
ture, “A Night in Grenada,” by Kruetzor: Fantasia.
“Midsummer Night’s Dream,” by Mendelssohn, and
Mozart s Grand Turkish March.
Organist and Pianist.
„ PHESBRVKD SEATS ONE DOLLAR,
FOR SALE AT STEINWAY HALL THIS EVENING.
STEINWAY HALL.
THURSDAY EVENING, Feb. 21, 1867,
GRAND COMPLIMENTARY CORoeAt
FOR THE BENEFIT
OF
MR. FREDERICK WIDDOWS,
Dramatic and Musical Agent (formerly director of the
: first F rench Th- i.tre established in New York).
k.ome of me first artists in the city have volunteered
’ ffl'ricee for the occasion.
; TICKETS, sl. May be obtained of the following Com
, mittee of Arrangements: G. F. Ilsley, No. 419 Broome st.;
Sickles, No. 432 Broome st.: A. A. Valentine,
' No. 78 Walker st.; John R. Curran, No. 42 Walker st.;
John M. Burnett, No. 49 William st.; Wm. H. Draper,
No. 50 Lispenard st.; Geo. H. Atwood. No. 39 Barclay st.:
Chas. D. Brown, No. 70 Amity st.; W. W. Young,
South st.; R. E. Selmes, City Hall; W. G. Van DeMark,
No. 217 Broadway, and at the principal hotels and musio
stores. Full particulars in future announcements.
TVfRS. F. B. CONWAYS PARK THE"
JJJL ATRE. BOOKLYN.
MONDAY EVENING, Feb. 4th.
THE ROSE OF AMIENS, OCEAN YACHT RACE,
Anu-the Comic Drama,
THE GOOD FOR NOTHING.
Barnum and van amburgh’s
MUSEUM AND MENAGERIE COMBINATION,
Broadway, betwasn Spring and Prino«ats.
EVERY AFTBRNOON at 2. EVENING at 7?<
THE GREAT-EVENT oi l THE SEASON?
A MAGNIFICENT, RELIGIOUS, HISTORICAL
SPECTACULAR, ZOOLOGICAL DRAMA, written
by the popular author.
MR. JOHN BROUGHAM,
expressly for tnis Establishment, entitled the
CHRISTIAN MARTYRS,
with NEW and GORIaEOUS SCENE Ay, SUPERB
° ostomes '
S^thSmas G b N by the eminsnt coal -
„ A GRAND TRIUMPHAL PROCESSION
will occur, in which the
VAN AMBURGH LIVING WILD ANIMALS
will ba introduced, together with
OVEP. 290 AUXILIARIES,
Characters will be sustained by the
TALENTED DRAMATIC COMPANY.
On exhibition at all hours, the
ENTIRE VAN AMBURGH COLLECTION OF LIV
ING WILD ANIMALS,
INCLUDING A GIRAFFE—OVER 15 FEET HIGH.
A GIANT AND GIANTESS. A LEOPARD CHILD.
TWO DWARFS. CIRCASSIAN GIRL.
OOMMING COLLECTION.
lea RNED SEAL. HA PPYFAMILY,
GRAND AQUARIA HISTOMCAL RELICS, and
OVER 200,(fc0 OTHER CURIOSITIES.
Admission, UP cents: Children under ten, 15 cents.
Bowery theatre.
Lessee, Director and ManagerG. L. FOX.
w TI „ THREE RED MEN.
Mr. W. H. Whalleyas.... ntto
This Historical Drama is replete with stirtiing effects.
Produced under the direction of N. B. Clarke.
THE YOUNG REEFER.
Miss Fanny HerringasJulian
An entire new character.
This beautiful piece is presented for the first time here.
THE BLUNDERING DUTCHMAN.
Introducing the Dutch Star of the establishment.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT, ~
Office of Union Home and School.!
Presentation Festival, I
No. 589 Broadway, {
m February Ist, 1867. J
To correct a report extensively circulated, “that I am
connected with another existing Enterprise,” I beg
leave to say to my friends, THAT SUCH IS NOT THE
CASE. Should such a position be taken, the announce
ment will be made over my own signature.
Very Respectfully,
GEO. W. THOMAS.
Bunyan table aux.—l arg es t
Panorama iu the World. UNION HALL. Broad
way and Twenty-third street. Open every night at 7;
commencing nt 7’<.
Admission, 50 cents; children, 25 cents. Matinee
WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, at 3 o’clock.
TTABTZ TEMPLE OF MYSTERY? No.
JOL 806 Broadway. TO-MORROW EVENING, Feb,
4, at .8,. P. M., 150th SEANCE. NEW PROGRAMME
°L lUuGiohJ, berfprmed, “ENTIRELY
WIT tJOUT APPARATUS/’ ana for the first time
- “PROTEUS,”
the most “mysteriou?|wonder of modern times.”
The Basket Trick and Floating Head will be continued.
Tony pastor’s opera
No. 201 BOWERY, opposite Snring st.
An entirely new drama, entitled
THE FEMALE BRIGAND CHIEF.
New Scenery, Costumes, etc., and the entire company
in the cast.
A NEW BALLET. LA ROSE OHERIE.
MORE NEW SONGS BY TONY PASTOR.
AN ENTIRELY NEW VARIETY PROGRAMME.
MATINEES on WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY.
SAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS, No. 585
BROADWAY. The trouble commences at quarter
to Eight. The Creme-de-la-creme of Minstrelsy.
BIRCH. WAMBOLD. BERNARD AND BACKUS’
BAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS,
whose success has never been equaled by any similar
organization in the world. New and cheerful Burlesques
every week. Hilton Head Institute ; Happiest Couple
Out: Children of Cypress ; Impeachment Committee;
Shouts of Laughter at the Shadow Pantomime and the
Screaming Black Cook and African Ballet Troupe.
House of lords.
COR. OF HOUSTON AND CROSBY STREETS,
near Broadway, having been thoroughly renovated and
re-decorated, is now serving its patrons m its usual style,
with the best Steaks, Chops, Welsh Rarebits, English
Bacon, Ham, kish, and Game. Tripe Wednesday and Sat
urday evenings; Hot Joints daily at 12 M. and 6. P. M.
Ales, Wines, cigars, choisest selections.
Furnished Rooms, for gentlemen only.
L. B. LYNCH.
THE FEBRUARY NO. OF NICK NAX
IS THE BEST COMIC PAPER OUT 1!
LADIES’ FURS, TURBAN HATS, AND
BONN ETS.—Greatest bargains ever offered this
week. Cloaks, Astracan Turbans, Mink Fur Bonnets,
Children’s Furs and Turbans, Theatre Bonnets, Satins,
and Velvets. L. BINNS, No. 577 BROADWAY.
ami ffentinij iomb/
£JAPITOLINE~SKATING
INAUGURATION OF THE SEASON OF 1866-7.
The Proprietors of the
CAPITOLINE SKATING LAKE
Beg to announce to-their friends that they are now fully
prepared to furnish facilities for tbe full enjoyment of
skating, in the same style and marked by the same effi
cient arrangements which have hitherto proved so satis
factory to the thousands who have made their lake such
a favorite resort during the Winter months. The fol
lowing are the rates of admission adopted for the season:
Gents’Ticketss4 00
Ladies’ and Misses’ Tickets 1 50
Boys under fourteen 2 00
Single admission’ ’ ’. 50
A BAND OF MUSIC will be in attendance every after
noon and evening.
WEED & DECKER, Proprietors.
NEW YORlt CLUB
PATENTED AUGUST, 1866.
A?? ot ENGLISH (Marsaen Bros,
make) AND AMERICAN SKATES,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
„ ALFRED WOODHAM,
No. 424 BROADWAY, New York.
SKATES GROUND AND REPAIRED.
4 CENTRAL NORMAI, MUSICAITcojU
v / SERVATORY, No. 242 West Twenty-sixth street,
between Seventh and Eighth avenues. Private Lessons
s£r°* C rfe s °x n Piano > Violin, Guitar, Singing, &c. J. J.
WAI PON, Agent and Musical Director. Circulars ready.
A /e —\ , The best House Match, each
/ ill] (Vr ) bolding fifty lights; burns with a
/ I "X clear flame as long as desirable,
//1 \ by turning out the wax tape, and
It V \\ 11 security against accidents by
NsU-'Tji ;,l/q\“'THE REPEATiNC
= LBQHT
1 IS THE BE S T POCKET-
I Ityi / MATCH for smokers, as it will
if- \\ \Vy / / b urn i n the wind. Sold at house-
W \\ / furnishing, druggists, and cigar
/ stores, and by EDW’D HEN. im
i • y porter of smokers’ and tobacco-
t j- minis’ articles, Np, 4? Liberty et,
cC LELL AN SOCIABLE
AT JRVING HALL,
WEDNESDAY EVENING, EEB. ' lßß7 f
MUSIC BY SEVENTH ttEGIJIEST BMD,
TICKETS, $2 00,
To be had at Wm. A. Pond & Co.*s music store, Broad
way; James Miller’s book store, opposite St. Nicholas
Hotel; Liberty House, Pacific Hotel, and Theatrical
Ticket Agency Office, No. 112 Broadway.
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS:
J. Tyler Kelly, Thomas Harrihill, Fernando Baltes,
Cornelius Wise, James Kelly, John Kennedy,
Hon. Thomas J. Creamer, J. W. Prendergast,
Wm. P. McOoskeb, Sec. E. Cavanagh, Treas.
James Kelly, Vice President.
THOMAS R. KNOX, President.
JjURST ANNUAL BALL
GLOBE LODGE, No. 538, F. and A. M„ M
Will take place at the
NEW YORK ASSEMBLY ROOMS,
Corner Twenty-eighth street and Broadway,
THURSDAY, Feb. 7th, 1867.
Music bv Graffulla’s Band.
P IRE D EFA RTMENT B A Ll7.
THIRTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL BALL S 3
OF THE IrflißL
UTE VOLLVTEEB. FIRE DEPAETHETT
Will take place at the
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
Corner of Fourteenth street and Irving Place,
ON THURSDAY EVENING, FEB. 28, 1867.
TICKETS, $5 each, admitting a gentleman and two
ladies; extra lady’s ticket, $2; to be procured as usual of
the officers or any member of the Committee
The proceeds, as heretofore, will be applied to the re
lief of the widows and orphans of our deceased associ
ates, who nobly sacrificed their 1 ives in striving to pro
tect the lives of their fellow-citizens.
C. GODFREY GUNTHER, Pres’t, No. 502 Broadway.
James F. Wenman, Secretary, No. 146 Pearl st.
A. J. Delatoub, Treasurer, No. 25)4 Wall st.
a nnualball
of the SS
79TH REGT. HIGHLANDERS, N. Y. S. N. G.,
IRVING HALL,
ON WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEB. 20TH, 1867.
TICKETS TWO DOLLARS.
Fourth annual ball of the
ITALIAN SOCIETY, as
DI UNIONE E FRATELLANZA, &
At IRVING HALL,
For the benefit of the Italian Evening School.
On FRIDAY EVENING, FEB. 15th.
Tickets, $3 each, admitting a Gentleman and two Ladies.
F. BERTHOUD, President.
A. L. Simona, Sec’y.
N. B.—Tickets to be had of the Secretary, at No. 864
Broadway, near Union Square, and at the principal Mu
sic Stores.
H. RIVERS’ SOIREE DANSANTE
AT THE
BROOKLYN ACADEMY OF MUSIC, fiß
TUESDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 12th, 186 T.
Fourthannual
FANCY DRESS AND CIVIC BALL ..
OF THB
THEATRICAL JIF.CHAMUS. ASSOCIATION,
AT IRVING HALL.
WEDNESDAY EVENING,
FEBRUARY 13th, ISO?.
TICKETS. TWO DOLLARS.
FOR SALE AT THE DOOR.
Neptune club.-annual ball
OF THE
NEPTUNE CLUB, S 3
IRVING*HALL,
■ TUESDAY EVENING, Feb. 12, 1667.
Tickets, Five Dollars, to be had of any of the following
committee :
HONORARY MEMBERS!
E. H. SULLIVAN, S. LITCHEN STEIN,
JOS. FORSYTH. JAS. J. WILKIE.
JOSH. JOHNSON, JOHN E. JOHNSON,
DAVID McLELLEN, JOHN H. CHAMBERS,
S. VAN WINKLE.
Jos, B. Taylor, C. C. Martindale, Thos. Flender,
J. 8. Cooley, J. T. Henry, W. H. Dusenborry,
W. B. Hotfhland, H. B. Crippen, Edward Reed,
Wm. Manson, A. H. McGarren, J. D. Hall,
T. F. Weaver, J. T. Garrick. J. E. Nolan,
John Taylor, Alex. Matthew, W. S. Lawrence,
Thos. Lawrence, N. D. Taylor, Charles Riiey,
Hale Kingsley, C. V. Lewis, W.H. Taylor,
W.B. Rankin, Thos. Barclay, H. R. Bradway,
U. R. Ryera, U. P. Ward, 8 S. Edmonston,
John McCool, L. R. Fitzgerald, W. H. Runnett,
J. T. Thompson, J. De Haven, Robert Struthers,
P. Kehoe, Wm-Garrara, Thos. G. Voorhis,
L. W. Lawrence.
JOS. B. TAYLOR, President.
C. c, MARTINDALE, Vice-President.
Thos. Flender, )
W. H. Dusenberry, 5 Secretaries.
J. S. Cooley, Treasurer.
fIHHEODORE E. HATHAWAY, No, 687
JBL Broadway, manufacturer of Committee Badges of
all kinds for Balls, Sociables, Parties, Pic-Nics, Public
Meetings, &c. Floor Managers’s Badge—something
new.
nm r i: esT’s~b~a"n d.
V JLJ HEADQUARTERS,
No. 253 BOWERY (Near Stanton street),
NEW YORK.
ALL THE NEW AND POPULAR MUSIC.
Business Properly Attented to. -O
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THE LARGEST DEPOT IN THE UNION.
ESTABLISHED, 1839.
COSTUMES, PLAIN SILK. WEDDING AND RIDING
DRESSES,
OPERA-CLOAKS, WIGS, DOMINOS,
CURLS AND MASKS,
TO HIRE BY
R. W. WILLIAMS & SONS,
No. 428 BROOME STREET,
NEW YORK.
Managers of Theatres can be furnished with Dresses
for any play or opera at very short notice, by the night,
week, or season. Goods sent to any part of the United
States or Canada. Also,
WILLIAM’S BALM OF BEAUTY.
THE FINEST TOILET-ARTICLE IN USE,
* Being
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
by the
THEATRICAL PROFESSION.
SHANNON & MILLER,
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NEW YORK.
IMPORTERS OF
AND DEALERS IN
MILITARY, MASONIC,
FANCY DRESS AND
ALL KINDS OF GOLD •
AND SILVER TINSEL
TRIMMINGS.
LACE, FRINGE, TASSELS, STARS, CORD,
RIBBONS, ROSETTES, FEATHERS, MASKS,
SPANGLES, &o.
JONES’ ASSEMBLY ROOMS’
No. 656 BROADWAY, en
OPEN FOR THE SEASON OF 1866-67. wQ
These favorite Rooms having been entirely refur- ZTfia
nished, frescoed, and painted throughout, and put
in the most complete order for the ensuing BALL SEA
-BQBS, are now open for engagement. For terms, apply at
the Rooms, from 10 A. M., till 10 P. M., daily.
GEO W. JONES, Proprietor.
N. B.—These Rooms may be engaged for Weddings,
Suppers, Dinners, &c., with or without the use of kitchen,
bar, supper rooms, ware, &c.
J LEONARD’S DANCING ACADEMY,
• Sixty-ninth street and Third avenue. The
second quarter is now open for the reception of
pupils Classes formed Wednesday and Saturday /
afternoons and evenings.
The next Assembly will take place Monday, January
21st, to be continued every other Monday evening.
NEW YORK ASSEMBLY ROOMS,
BROADWAY, between Twenty-eighth and
Twenty-ninth streets.
TO LET,
FOR BALLS, SOIREES, LECTURES, CON-Ljß
CERTS and
FIRST-CLASS ENTERTAINMENTS.
Application should be made at once for the coming
season at No. 1,184 Broadway, from 4 to 6 o’clock, P. M.
EDWARD FERRERO, Proprietor.
THE BALL SEASON -BALL AND CLUB
committies should call and see TRENOR’S
new and splendid Ball Rooms, Palace Hall, No. 727 (A?
Sixth avenue, (80 by 45 feet, with large and elegant
ly furnished parlors and dressing rooms, &c., all onlLdiilS.
the same floor), Lyric Hail, Broadway, corner of Forty
seventh street, New York. Also. Washington Hall, in
Brooklyn, E. D For terms, Ac., apply at^ either Hall.
J MURRAY’S DANCING ACADEMY,
• No. 427 SECOND AVENUE, near Twenty
fourth street.
Evenings of Tumox-Tuesdays and Fridays.
Soiree—Every Tuesday.
GC. CURRIE’S DANCING ACADE
» MIES, HETZLEBERGER HALL, as
No. 206 EIGHTH AVENUE.
WASHINGTON HALL, No. 62 Garden street, Ho-/t&
beken, N. J., every Monday and Thui cday evenings.p
J THOMPSON’S DANCING ACADE-
• MY, No. 275 BLEECKER STREET.
Gentlemen, Tuesday and Friday evenings. AM!
Children, Wednesdays and
Soiree every Monday. LutlPa
CHAS. ETTIS’ DANCING
No. 20 4th avenue, opposite Cooper Institute.
Classes open for beginners. All the fashionable
dances taught in one quarter. Send for circular.
Six dances taught in six private lessons.
MARBLE’S DANCING ACADE
-9 MIES, MASONIC HALL, Nos. 114 and ««
116 East Thirteenth street, New York; Union Hall, jgjw
Broadway, and Clymer street, Brooklyn.
CLASS tIAYS: £ \
New YORK—Tuesdays and Fridays.
Brooklyn—Wednesdays and Saturdays.
For terms, <tc., please send for a circular.
New York Soiree—December 3d.
CH. RIVERS*
o DANCING ACADEMY.
No. 33 SCHERMERHORN STREET,
BROOKLYN.
Classes for beginners are now forming. Enclose twen
ty-five cents for a pamphlet containing the figures of the
German Cotillon and fashionable quadrilles,
Masonic assembly rooms,
Nof. 114 and 116 E. THIRTEENTH ST fl®
This new Hall having been entirely refurnished,
decorated and painted, and put in complete order /T, A
for the ensuing ball season, is now open forUifSk
engagements. For terms, Ac., apply at
at the Hall. Club-Rooms, and Rooms of all sizes for
any kind of meetings, to be had at reasonable r a tes.
JOHN W. CRUMP, ) *
WILLIAM A. LYNCH, > Fr °P ri etors.
P. S.—A fine supper room (100x25), with range and
kitchon attached, to let for Weddings, Parties, Din
ners, etc.?
18(17
EVERETT ROOMS,
Comer of Broadway and Thirty-fourth st.
These Rooms having been entirely cleaned, re- rwjife
paired, and handsome’.’- decor., ed, and.
| A SPLENDID NEW FLOOR
having been put in, making them one of the finest “ Ball
Rooms” of New York, can now be engaged for Parties
Sociables, Bails, Ac., for the present season, by applyJ
ing to
E. D. LAWRENCE,
„ „ Real Estate Office, No. 1266 Broadway.
N. Jb-The QaU can be seen at any hour of d«(v.
NNU A L ;
js A I. Jj
or THE
• L-A-
AMERICUS CLUB,
AT THE
3
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
. THURSDAY, March 14th, 1867.
TICKETS, FIVE DOLLARS.
For sale at all the Hotels and Music Stores.
Agard.— in consequence of
THE FIRE IN TRENOR’S PALACE HALL,
Nos. 725 and 727 Sixth avenue, Mr. Trenor will, for the
present, hold his
x , CLASSES, SOIREES AND BALLS
at his other large and splendid rooms, LYRIC HALL,
corner of Broadway and 47th street.
gry (SMflji.
• TMME NS’ E STC»T? ICE
A OF
DRY GOODS,
GRAND CLOSING OUT SALE.
WILLIAM HILL,
No. 277 GRAND STREET.
$125,000
WORTH OF
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS.
SALE PEREMPTORY,
On account of extensive alterations and change of firm.
Sale will commence on the FOURTH DAY OF FEB
RUARY, ending on the fourth day of March.
TIME IS LIMITED-THIRTY DAYS ONLY.
An opportunity offered to purchase your Dry Goods at
SLAUGHTER PANIC PRICES.
This great sale will be worth the attention of our cus
‘ omers and the public generally.
The stock will be found large and varied, comprising
every class of goods to be had in first-class housos.
LADIES,
Improve an opportunity seldom offered. To give atten
tion to customers, during continuance of sale, we have
engaged additional clerks.
The proprietor, in order to see customers properly at
tended to, will personally superintend the sale.
WILLIAM HILL, Proprietor,
No. 277 GRAND STREET.
Between Forsyth and Eldridge streets.
A CONSEQUENCE OF
SNOW-STORM.—The auction-houses of this city
had advertised more than eight days that they would
hold a great auction of 500 cases of WHITE MUSLINS,
last Tuesday, the 17tn inst., in ordsr to attract a great
gathering of outside buyers, who Could not attend the
sale on account of the said great snow-storm. The auc
tion advertised had to take place. The nest Muslins
then, for want of buyers, were sold to the few present,
not only very cheap, but at a great sacrifice, and thus we
were happy to get 20 of those cases at astonishing cheap
S rices, and we are willing to open them on MONDA Y,
ie 28th mst., at the following low prices. We beg the
public m general to call and persuade themselves of the
truth. Come and value our 7-8 width White Muslins at
Splendid quality Only Is. The very best 1-yard
wide, which could not be excelled in quality, at 15c.. 18c..
20c., 22c. Elegant patterns of washable Calico, Is. Those
of the best mills only 15c. and 18c. Heavy and wide Cot
ten Flannel, 20c. The cheapest German Beddings in the
city. Genuine German Towels. 18c. Linen Diaper, by
the piece, good and wide, $2 50. Very good and heavy
Wool Flannels, 31c. Casfiimeres for gentlemen and boys,
indeed very cheap. It would be advisable for ladies
wanting Dressgoods to inspect our large and handsome
stock in connection wltn the exceedingly low prices.
1 here are to be had the handsomest Balmoral Skirts at
only SI 50.
Undergarments for Ladies and Gentlemen from the
best factories, enormous cheap. Three yards long, new,
ready-made Sheets, sl. Very cheap, new, leady-made
Bed Sacks.
BLANKETS! BLANKETS’
TAKE NOTICE OF OUR BLANKET PRICES’!!
(No other business-hou&e in this city is able to compete
with those prices.) Very heavy and good English Blan
kets. only $2 50 a pair. The largest and best $5 and $6.
(Never before wore this goods sold cheaper). The largest
very well-made Comfortables, $3. Very cheap and good
Marseilles Quilts. Lace Curtains from auction only at
$5 a sei,, worth as much again. Splendid Double Shawls,
only f 5. Ready-made Cloaks. $4 and $3. Como and get
the above-mentioned goods, laid out for rour inspection
at M. HOFFMAN’S,
No. 17 Carmine, corner of Bleeckdr street, and Nos. 228,
289 Bleecker street.
Fulton ferry Sixtli avenue cars pass our doors
1867* f
THE NEW skiRT.
The Invisible Empress Trail
< DUPLEX SILIPTid. .
OR, DOUBLE-SPRING SKIRTS,
MADE EXPRESSLY FOP. THE PRESENT FASH
ION OF LADIES’ DRESSES,
BEING and 3 YARDS IN CIRCUMFERENCE.
Also, a full assortment of all styles of
Bradley’s Celebrated Duplex Ellip
tic Skirts
AT RETAIL by LORD & TAYLOR, ARNOLD,
CONSTABLE & CO., STRANG & ADRIANCE,
R. H. MACY, - Sis -
AND MOST OTHER FIRST CLASS STORES.
AT WHOLESALE, by the Exclusive Manufacturers
and Sole Owners of PATENT.
WESTS, BRADLEY & CARY,
Ntie, dt Chambers and 79 and SI Reade sts.,
NEW YORK.
Fashionable dress and cloak
MAKING. FRENCH PATTERNS FOR LADIES’
AND CHILDREN’S DRESSES.
MRS. P. S. BROWN,
No. 907 Broadway, (Rooms Nos. 2 and G).
NEW FASHION FOR 1867.
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.
For sale in NEW YORK, at our BRANCH
STORES, 301 Canal Street, near Broadway,
and 142, Sixth Avenue, near 11th Street. In
BROOKLYN, at 266, 312, and 314, Fulton
Street. Country Dealers supplied by the
Sherman Skirt and Corset Co., 258, 259,
and 260, Broadway, New York.
Mattresses, feathers,
BEDDING.
THE OLDEST ESTABLISHMENT
IN THE CITY.
WILLARD & ROGERS,
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No. 384 HUDSON STREET. CORNER OF HOUSTON
is the Best and Cheapest place to buy Hair, Husk, Moss
and Spring MATTRESSES, FEATHERS, FEATHER
BEDS; nil kinds of BEDSTEADS, both Wood and Iron,
COTS. &c. All Goods sold are warranted to be as repre
sented.
furtive
OFFICE, NOS. 307 AND 309 BROAD
WAY, NEW YORK.
MERCHANTS’
INDEPENDENT DETECTIVE POLICE
(SEVEN YEARS ESTABLISHED’,
where they can be found, or a note willraceive their per
sonal attention.
As all merchants have more or le?s business of a secret
nature which will occupy the time of A week or more, it is
impossible to have it don 6 by the regular force. Such
f>i iVate or secret business intrusted to us will be faith
ully attended to.
N. B.—Good and faithful detectives will be furnished at
short notice. J. O. KINNER, Superintendent.
sW4iwgiS,
AT
REDUCED PRICES I
AS FOLLOWS:
AXMINI&ER,
WILTONS,
BODY BRUSSELS,
TAPESTRY BRUSSELS,
3-PLY AND INGRAINS,
OIL-CLOTHS, MATTINGS, DRUGGETS,
BORDERED DRUGGETTS, RUGS,
STAIR RODS, ETC., ETC.
GEO. E. L. HYATT,
No. 273 CANAL STREET,
Through to No. 31 Howard st.
/ COOPER INSTITUTE CARPET STORE.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES.
.CARPETS, OIL-CLOTHS,
RUGS, MATS, Ac., Ac.,
VERY-VERY LOW,
At J HYATTS
Foe. 3 »Bd 15 <?9OPJ£B INSTITUTE,
Sunday Edition. Feb. "3.
WitwiS.
i. No. 80 CEDAR ST., (near Nassau street,) N. Y.
PURE
w EU R KkC
I H |ifF »
' PURE
! CALIFORNIA WINES.
These valuable wines are gaining public favor with
astonishing rapidity; and their unprecedented and un-*
rivaled popularity is not without merit. They have only to
be fairly tested to give them the preference overall othetj,,
wines. As a purifier of the blood they excel all other!,
wines, and the numerous certificates which have been
voluntarily tendered from the most eminent physicians,
as well as gentlemen in eveiy position of life, is proof?
conclusive that these wines are useful in all casct for
which they are recommended.
WINES FOB
WEDDING PARTIES.
WINES FOR
EVENING PARTIES.
WINES FOR
BALLS AND SOIREES.
WINES FOR
ALL SOCIAL CATHERmCSr
WINES FOR
INVALIDS.
WINES FOR
SACRAMENTAL PURPOSES,
WINES FOR
TABLE USE.
WINES FOR
FAMILY USE.
WINES FOR
HOTELS.
WINES FOR
DINENC SALOONS.
WINES FOR
CHRISTMAS.
WINES FOR
NEW YEAR’S DAY.
WINES FOR
THE MILLION.
The following brands are now offered by ujf. They’’
comprise all the varieties now grown in the State
ble for sale:
WHITE, or HOCK WINE.
Of a light straw color, very delicate and fine fiavdted.
CLARET.
A superior wine for table use.
ANGELICA.
A rich and naturally sweet wine, much admired by '
ladieSf and valuable in the sick chamber, as it makes fine
wheys and jellies. It is a fine dessert wine, and welU’
adapted for Communion purposes.
AIUSCATEL.
A light colored, highly aromatic wine. Very similar tft
the celebrated Tokay.
PORT.
Deep red color, fine flavor, and in many respects similatf
to the old wines of Lisbon.
GRAPE BRANDY.
The pure distillation of our wines.
WINE BITTERS.
A very agreeable tonic and a sure remedy for th©
diarrhea. t
1 i
Thisfa one of the most valuable combinations of a use
ful and an agreeable beverage that has ever been offered
to the public. Millions of bottles were sold throughout
the North during the last four years, and wherever intro-j
duced, it has proved a welcome addition to the invalid! ■
table, the family circle and the bachelor’s sideboard.
Ladies who have lost strength and appetite, and suffer
from nausea, vomiting and vertigo; gentlemen who
‘don’t feel very well” just before breakfast or dinner,
whose stomachs are out of order, and whose systems ard
generally deranged; mothers weaning children, and suf
fering from general debility; children of sickly nature,and
sour, dyspeptic constitutions; travelers who have occasion
to change their water, and all who live in malarious dis
tricts, and are subjected to miasmatic influences, will
find it one of the most valuable invigorators that can be
taken.
It was used very extensively in 1861 with such general
satisfaction that, in offering it to the public now,
we deem it unnecessary to publish any of the manjY-.
certificates which vre have received, testifying in th©
very strongest terms in its favor. All that we can say i«
to guarantee that we will pledge ourselves to furnish an
article puke and unadulterated.
It has been given to little children suffering fronx
weakness and weak lungs, with most happy effect. One
little girl in particular, with pains in her head, loss of
appetite and daily wasting consumption, on whom all
medical skill had been exhausted, has been entirely re
stored . She began with but a teaspoonful a day. Her
appetite and strength rapidly increased, and she is now
well.
THE CALIFORNIA WINES.
ABE
Pure. Healthy, Invigorating)
AND
Reasonable in Price*
LIST OF PRICES.
Per Bottle. Per Gallon.
SHERRYSI 25 55 00 sl2 00 .
HOCK 1 00 3 00 9 00 ?
CLARET 1 00 3 00 9 00
WINE BITTERS 1 25 5 00 12 00
PORT 1 25 5 00 12 00,
ANGELICA..I 25 5 00 12 0&
MUSCATEL 1 25 5 25 13 QO
BRANDY 2 00 8 50 20 fe
GURNEK & CO4 ’i
No. 80 CEDAR STREETj
NEW YOBK.
XVc will send one bottle, or any
number of bottles, of the wine tha6
may be ordered to any part of Netf
York City, Brooklyn, or Jersey
f JUSE QF CHABQ> >

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