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“To vs,” exclaimed the Richmond
Times, “ does not belong the credit of the ex
periment of washing the Ethiop white.” To
which the Detroit Tribune adds: “Very like
ly ; but to you does belong the credit of the
experiment of making the Ethiop yellow, and
you tried, the experiment on a very extensive
scale.”
PRIZES CASHED
IN THE
GEORGIA STATE
AND ALL OTHER
Lotteries,
BY
EDWARD BATES,
No. 78 BROADWAY, N. Y.
PRIZES CASHED IN ALL LEGAL
-IZED LOTTERIES. Information given, and cir
culars forwarded to any part of the country.
P. GAIGE, broker,
PRIZES CASHED IN ALL LEGALIZED
LOTTERIES.
Information given. Office hours from 8 A. M. until 8
P.M.
C. C. COTTE, Broker.
No. Broadway.
PRIZES CASHED IN ALL LEG ALIZED
LOTTERIES. Information given and circulars
sent by addressing
PARKES & Co.,
Nos. 14 and 16 WALL ST., Rooms 5 and 7.
PRIZES CASHED IN ALL
IZED LOTTERIES. —Information given.
JAMES H. STURGES. Broker,
No. 4 Division street.
No. 5 PARK PLAGE,
■ Front Room, Up-stairs.
PRIZES CASHED IN ALL LEGAL
IZED LOTTERIES, and information given, by
D. W. DAVIS, No. FULTON STREET,
A few doors from Broadway.
A MERICAN LOTTERIES QFFIdE, §0?
101 Watt street, corner West street, opposite Ped*
pie’s Line Steamers, near Spring street Market, Central
Place Hotel and Jersey City Ferry. Pnzesnaid in Green
backs. M. F. COJLBY, Licensed Lottery Broker, late of
No. 18|Fif$i avenue. :
PRIZES CASHED IN :LEGAL
Jjl. LOTTERlES.—Circulars and drawings sent,
, ■ J. CLUTE, Broker, No. 176 Broadway,
- ■?- '- • and No. 153 Fulton street, N. Y.
OOYAL HAVANA LOTTERY.-PRL
If; ZES paid in gold; information furnished. Highest
rates paid for doubloons and all kinds of gold and silver.
TAYLOR & CO., Bankers, No. 16 Wall street. N. Y
fpwfal llotkfj!.
IgT Notice*—indent Order of Foresters*
COURT ROBIN HOOD, No. 4/65,
hold their meetings on the first and third Wednesdays of
each month, at
No. £B6 EIGHTH AVENUE.
ffsT Eleventh Ward Inion League*
CONTINENTAL COUNCIL No. 13,
HAS REMOVED TO
COLUMBIA STREET,
TWO DOORS FROM HOUSTON.
H, G. Smith, Sec. _
(g?“ Free to Everybody.—A Large 6 pp.
Circular, giving information or the greatest importance
to the young of both sexes.
It teaches how the homely may become beautiful, the
despised respected, and the forsaken loved.
No young lady or gentleman should fail to send their
Address, and receive a copy post-paid, by return mail.
Address P. O. Drawer, No. 21,
1 Troy, fc Y,
g*T Dr. Bell, No. 89 St. Mark’s Place,
near Second avenue.—SPECIALTY.—CANCERS and
TUMORS extracted and positively cured without the
knife. Also, all WARTS, WENS, BIRTH-MARKS on
the Face, Neck. &-c., leaving an even, natural surface,
without scar. PIMPLED, SPOTTED FACES positively
and permanently cured. CANCER AND TUMOR
SPECIMENS seen at the office. Also, Names and
Residences of patients cured. Offices hours from 9 to
in the morning—l 2 and 7t09 in the evening.
OF Hill’s Arctic Ointment, Instant Pain
Reliever, cures Weak Eyes, Burns, Chilblains, Salt
Rheum, Boils, Bunions. Piles, Chapps, all Skin and Flesh
Diseases. Every family’s friend; warranted. Depot, No.
95 Duane street. Sold by ail drug and grocery stores.
H O’F AR REL T?~?~
• GREAT CLEARING OUT SALE OF '
CARPETS AND FURNITURE,
REGARDLESS OF COST OR PRICE,
in consequence of having to commence erecting more
extensive Warerooms, on the Ist of July. I offer my en
tire stock, the largest of the kind ever thrown on this
market, consisting of English and American Brussels,
Three-plysand Super Ingrain Carpets; 1,060 nieces White
and Fancy Canton Mattings; Oil Cloths, 3 to 24 feet wide;
Window Shades, Rugs, Mats, «fcc.; $300,030 worth of Par
lor, Bedroom, Office, and Kitchen Furniture; all of which
are warranted as represented, and must be sold regard
less of cost. Goods packed and shipped, free.
Nos. 267. 269, 271 THIRTY-FIFTH STREET, and
_JNos. 486 end 488 EIGHTH AV. bet. 35th and 36th sts.
HPHE QUESTION HAS BEEN ASKED
-HL by many, who Manufactured the Furniture for the
New Hudson River
STEAMER DREW?
It is said to be the most magnificently furnished boat
that leaves the Harbor.
The Furniture was Manufactured by
DEGRAAF & TAYLOR,
GENERAL FURNITURE DEALERS,
Nos. 87 and 89 Bowery,
and was some one and a half years in its construction.
. This firm also Manufactured the Furniture for the
steamers St. John and Dean Richmond.
gPRINGMEYER BROS.,
Late J. H. BELTER & Co.,
FINE ROSEWOOD
PARLOR FURNITURE,
And PATENT BUREAUS,
(One lock controlling four drawers.)
Also, Library, Dining-Room, and Chamber Furniture.
No. 722 BROADWAY, N. Y.
TB URNITUKEI FURNtTURE !
JT At G. W. SNEDEN & CAMPBELL’S,
No. 263 BOWERY, bet. Stanton and Houston streets.
JKiT* Second Furniture Store from the Corner.
All kinds of Furniture, Mattresses, Bedding, Looking
Glasses, etc.. Wholesale and Retail, below Auction
Prices. Goods war ranted and delivered free. PATENT
SECRETARY BEDSTEADS, superior to anything of
the kind in the market. Furniture in Suits. Goods
boxed for Shipping. Note the Number,
EURNITURE! FURNITURE !
BRAUNSDORF & METZ (Successors to Weil &
insdorf) offer their Stock of Well Assorted Furniture,
consisting of PARLOR, SITTING-ROOM, LIBRARY
BED-ROOM AND DINING-ROOM SUITES,
OF THE LATEST STYLES,
TO THE PUBLIC AT
WHOLESALE PRICES.
At Nos. 125 and 127 Rivington street.
N. B.—ALL GOODS WARRANTED.
Price Reduced 20 Per Cent,
AT
DEGRAAF & TAYLOR’S,
87 & 89 Bowery, 65 Cbrystle street, and
130 & 132 Hester street,
NEW YORK.
WHOLESALE AND DETAIL.
ROSEWOOD PARLOR
AND
CHAMBER FURNITURE.
Mahogany, Walnut and Tulip Wood.
Parlor Furniture, French Oil Finish,
Sideboards and Extension Tables.
Spring and Hair Mattresses.
Cottage and Chamber Sets.
• Cane and Wood-seat Chairs.
We keep the largest variety of any house in tfa© UpiQji,
Mid defy competition.
1 __
) OT Iliil’s Hair Dye, 50 Cents—Black or
Br <™n. Instantaneous, Natural, Durable, Reliable. Best
and Cheapest in use. Quantity equals any dollar size,
j Depot No. 95 Duane street. Sold by all druggists.
I n in ira
•YV AL L A c K’S. ———
Proprietor and Manager. Mr. Lester Wallack.
OF THE FALL SEASON,
LAST IMMENSELY
FLYING SCUD; ’
TTin qninw.iS ) P^r?‘? G «“ D fortune.
THE SUMMER SEASON WILL BE INAUGURATED
■n th. .k M° ND ,AY, JUNE lOtll,
media)) * Annual Engagement of the popular Co-
, „ . in . Mr - DAN BRYANT,
S.»riJn‘. BP n Pe? Vi ? Ber ! e l of hIE celebrated Irish imper
sonations, assisted by a talented company.
Doors open at Commences at 8.
A CADEMY OF MUSIC. .
LAST WEEK BUT ONE
Of theengagement of
Twrr»rS^A G T U I RB & RISLEY’S
IMPERIAL JAPANESE TROUPER
NEW AND STARTLING FEATS.
Admission m
Reserved seats . * rn‘
Family Circleso*
Dot’s open kt %■ ■ PerforinancetoOTmmOTc/at
MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY,
when the admission will be 81 to all parts or the hoiSse.
Doors open at 1 o clock. Performance to commence at 2.
Grand Farewell JfaitWe at the Brooklyn Academy on
Friday, June 7, at 1 o’clock.
WA LLA CIK ’S . ’
MONDAY. JUNE 10. 1687.
_ x SUMMER 8 EASdN.
Return of the People’s Favorite,
x . dan Bryant,
the celebrated Irish Comedian,
. POSITIVELY FOR SI& WEEKS ONLY,
during which he will produce his new and successful
dramas,
THE BELLS OF SHANDON,
SHAMUB O’BRIEk,
HOME AND ABROAD,
commencing with his masterpieces,
THE EMIGRANTand HANDY ANDY.
fILYMPIC THEATRE.
S-</r!i??’ X S UEr)E - NTIiU , K “ SM! UNQUALIFIED
SUCCESS! Tne new original New York drama still at
tracting crowded and fashionable houses niahtlr
TREASURE TROVE,
TREASURE TROVE,
by far the most successful dramatic production of tho
SEASON, WILL BE PRESENTED AGAIN TO>
MORROW NIGHT WITH ITS INNUMERABLE
DELIGHTFUL SCENES AND INCIDENTS IN
ULUDING THE PRISONER’S MARCH, THE BEAU
TIE UL SARATOGA SCENE, THE RESCUE FROM
THE CATARACT, STOCK EXCHANGE BROAD
WAY, NEWSBOY’S BALLET, GRACE CHURCH,
«c.
SEATS SECUREO SIX DAYS IN ADVANCE.
Bowery theatre.
THE GREATEST CONCENTRATION
) OF ETHIOPIAN TALENT EVER BROUGHT
TOGETHER.
A CARNIVAL OF FUN.
GRAND TESTIMONIAL TO M. C. CAMPBELL,
MANAGER OF
CAMPBELL’S MINSTRELS,
MONDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 3. 186 L
, FS HALF-PAST TWO O’CLOCK,
when the following array of first-class artistswill appear:
THE ENTIRE TROUPE OF
GRIFFIN* CHRISTY’S MINSTRELS.
FROM FIFTH AVENUE OPERA HOUSE,
Wi’h EPH HORN, NEESE SEYMOUR ToNY PAS
TOR HUGHEY DOUGHERTY? an “others equally
great.
Bowery theatre.
Manager Mr. W. B. FRELIGH
First night of the engagement with the popular' actor,
Mr. J. B. STUDLEY, in the THREE GUARDSMEN. .
Mr. J. B. Studley as “D’Artagnan;” Mrs. W. G. Jones
as Anne of Austria; “Athos.” Mr. Maiden; “Riche
lieu, Mr. John Nunan; “ Boniface.” Mr. E. W. Mars
ton; with the drama of HAROLD HAWK.
The full company in the above pieces.
rpHE BARNUM _ AND VAN AM?
JL BUR GH MUSEUM AND MENAGERIE CO.,
Spring end Prince streets.
EVERY AFTERNOON al 214, EVENING at 8;
... CONTINUED SUCCESS v
or the dashing Dramatic Equestrienne,
. MISS LEO HUDSON.
■». < wrSko f Ro ™ an *w Equestrian Syectacle of
MAZLAPA, ortImWILDHORSH OF TABTAKY.
GORGEOuI SCEJ?£uiV r AND 1 APPOINTMENTS,
together with the
THRILLING AND PERILOUS FLIGHTS
of the Wild Horse, personated by the
TRAINED STEED “BLACK BESS.”
are received with
ENTHUSIASTIC OUTBURSTS OF APPLAUSE.
On exhibition at all hours,
FROM SUNRISE UNTIL 10 O’CLOCK, P. M.
„ OVER 300.000 CURIOSITIES. .
REMARKABLE NOVELTIES JUST ADDED.
A MAMMOTH FAT INFANT,
. ~A rears old, weighs 220 lbs.
CIRCASSIAN GIRL.
A LIVING ALLIGATOR—I 6 feet long—together
with 2 YOUNG
SAKIS, or WHISKERED MONKEY—very rare.
A YELLOW JAPANESE EEL.
LIVING SNAKES. MONKEYB. LEARNED SEAL.
.HAPPY FAMILY, GRAND AQUARIA.
Admission. 30cents; Children under tan. 15 cents.
DODWORTH’S lIALL ~
.No. 8(« BROADWAY,
MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 3d, 1867,
And every evening until further notice, the only Original
and Genuine
GEORGIA MINSTRELS,
. (SIXIEEN FiRoT-CLASS ARTISTS.)
Comprised of REAL NEGROES, from tho plantations
of Georgia, who were SLAVES previous to the rebel
hon. will have the honor of appearing before the New
York public in a with Southern
PRICE OF ADMISSION, 50 CTS.
ORCHESTRA CHAIRS, 75 CTS.
Doors open at 7)4; to commence at 8 o’clock.
The aeeeghanian s~
VOCALISTS AND SWISS BELL-RINGERS,
. Organized m 1846 by Mr. J. M. Boulsrd,
having just returned from a Bi.x months tour in Europe,
will give SIX of their Popular and Interesting Enter
tainments at Irving Hail on the following dates: Mon
day June 10. Tuesday, June 11; Wednesday, June 12;
Friday, Juno 14: Saturday, June 15. nnd
MATINEE ON SATURDAY, JUNE 15.
Tickets, 50 cts.: Reserved Seats, 50 cts. extra.
ROADWAY
JL9 IMMENSE SUCCESS.
CROWDED HOUSES.
BROADWAY OPERA HOUSE.
', Tne coolest and best ventilated place of amusement in
the city.
„ , 600 BROADWAY. 600.
Monday Evening,
AN ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME
Doors open at 7; commence at 8.
R AND CHARITY EAIR,
POSITIVELY
Those desiring to view a Beautiful and Charming Ex
hibition. and aid a noble Charity in erecting a
HOME FOR DESTITUTE CHILDREN,
hasten visit the Fair.
ADMISSION 25 CENTS.
I7ORTIETH AND LAST
A 1 SUNDAY CONCERT.
stßinWay hall,
SUNDAY EVENING, Juno 2.
Third appearance of the favorite Contralto,
Mme. Annie kemp boyvler.
Mr. Gustavus F. Hall, Baritone ; Mr, J- N. Pattison,
Pianist; Mr. G. W. Colby. Accompanist; Mr. G.
Matzka, Conductor, and Theo. Thomas’s Orchestra.
Tickets 50 cents ; reserved seats £0 cents extra.
300,000 PRESENTS’!
GRAND CONCERTS
IN AID OF THE
MASONIC HALL
AND
ASYLUM FUND.
Every purchaser of a ticket for any of the Concerts will
be entitled to a present.
TICKETS, ONE DOLLAR.
Parties at a distance sending money for tickets should
either have their letters registered or send a post-office
order. For particulars see large bills and circulars.
GEO. W. HOLMES & CO., Managing Directors,
Principal Office. No. 718 BROADWAY.
Opposite the New York Hotel.
MUSICAL FESTIVAL, STEIN-
V3T WAY HALL, commencing MONDAY’, JUNE 3d,
1867,
TO CONTINUE ONE WEEK.
MONDAY EVENING, June 3d, at 8 o’clock, HAN
DEL’S GREAT ORAI’6rIO of the MESSIAk kdtll
the following powerful cast:
Madame Parepaßosa, Soprano;
Mrs. Zelda Harrison Seguin, Contralto;
Mr. Wm. Castle, Tenor;
Mr. J. R. Thomas, Baritone:
Mr. E. J. Connolly, Organist;
Mr. F. L. Ritteb, Conductor.
N. Y. HARMONIC SOCIETY AND
FULL ORCHESTRA.
Tickets sl. Reserved seats 50 cts. extra. For sale at all
of the music stores and Rullman’s Ticket Office and Stein
way Hall.
Tuesday, 4th—Mendelssohn’s Hymn of Praise and 46th
Psalm.
Wednesday, sth—Oratorio of the Creation.
Wednesday, Sth—Matinee Miscellaneous Concert.
Thursday, 6th---Orchestral Concert.
Friday. 7th—Oratorio of Elij’ah.
Saturday, Bth—Miscellaneous Concert.
Saturday, Bth—Miscellaneous Concert.
Sunday, 9th—Grand Sacred Concert.
TVEW YORK ASSEMBLY ROOMS,
JAs BROADWAY, between 28th and 29th streets. ’
To let for Balls, Weddings, Sociables. Lectures, Con
certs, Meetings, Public Dinners, and first-class enter
tainments day or evening. Apply on the premises.
The books are also open for the coming Fall season.
E. FERRERO.
CLUB.” —PRO WEN
►O ADE CONCERT and FESTIVAL at
UNION PARK.
Sixty-third street, E. R., on THURSDAY, June 13th,
1867, at 2P. M. Music by 7th Regiment Bands.
JOHN J. WALSH, President.
THOS.S. QUINLAN, Vice President.
ta rie S .
JOHN TYLER KELLY, Treasurer.
Tony pastor’s opera house,
No. 201 BOWERY, opposite Bprinorat.
THE SUMMER SEASON.
A supply of handsome fans will be presented gratis to
the lady patrons, and ice-water will be handed to the au
dience.
Now ready, the great local Musical Burlesque.
THE WHITE CROOK.
New and gorgeous Scenery, Machinery, Appointments,
etc. Songs, Dances. Choruses Marches, etc., and a
NEW MALE AND FEMALE
First appearance in America of Professor Tanner’s
great troupe ot PERFORMING DOGS AND MON
KEYS, the most wonderful and sagacious animals in
existence.
TWO NEW SONGS BY TONY PASTOR.
A new ballet—
L’AMOUR DE DIABLE.
An entirely new variety programme, replete with
original wit and humor.
MATINEES WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS.
Griffin & christy s minstrels?
FIFTH AVENUE OPERA HOUSE.
Nos. 2 and 4 West Twenty-Fourth street.
THE FAMILY RESORT.
First appearance of
MR. HARRY BUCHARD,
THE GREAT VENTRILOQUIST AND COMIC IMI
TATOR.
Somebody’s Coat, Fanny Bloomer. There’s Where the
Laugh Comes In, and the IMPERIAL BLACK JAPS in
new features.
Doors open at 7; to commence at B’clock.
MATINEE EVERY SATURDAY, at o’clock.
SAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS, No. 585
BROADWAY. The trouble commences at eight
o’clock. The Great Original. Inimitable and only
BIBOH, WAMBOW, BERNARD AND BACKUS’
SAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS,
whose success has never been equaled by any similar
organization in the world. New and cheerful Burlesques
every week. First appearance of Master Barney, the
Champion Jig Dancer of the World, East Lynne, Opera
“‘J
NEW YORK DISPATCH.
aiiiuscmsnts.
r GARDEN.
t 11 Lessee WSI. WHEATLEY.
). „ THE BLACK CROOK.
RENEWED AND BEAUTIFIED,
n MONDAY NIGHT. JUNE 3d,
- TWO HUNDRED AND SIXTY-SEVENTH PER-
FORMANCE OF
THE GREAT SPECTACLE,
t- JA- occasion an
„„ ENTIRE ’MB AN GE
WILL BE MADE AT AN ADDITIONAL
„„ EXPENSE OF
■ THOUSAND DOLLARS.
THE SPECTACLE WILL BE PRESENTED WITH
JARRETT ,t PALMER’S
GRAND BALLET TROUPE.
• keinfob Ced.
NEW BALLETS! NEW DANCES!
NEW COSTUMES AND NEW MUSIC!
Introduction of
A NEW SCENE,
) This scene was designed and painted by
. . MR. RICHARD MARSTON,
Scenic Artist of Niblo’s, formerly of Drury Lane Theatre,
London.
Subject:
AN ILLUMINATED BALL-ROOM,
which will t»e given (for tne first time) n
GRAND CARNIVAL AND MASQUERADE.
ON SATURDAY. JUNE 8,
GRAND MATINEE AT 1.
when all the new effects will be given.
TKTIBLO’S GARDEN-BLACK CROOK.
11 THE NEW BALL ROOM SCENE,
With all its beautiful
BALLETS, M.« ROHES AND TABLEAUX,
Will be given on
THIS SATURDAY’S MATINEB.
■KT ibl O’S GARDEN.
IN NEW BLACK CROOK
MATINEE,
SATURDAY, JUNE Sth, AT 1 O’CLOCK.
• SISTERS.
I’m NEW YORK THEATRE,
i Nos. 728 and 730 Broadway, opposite New York Hotel.
Fifth week of the youthful, talented, and vivacious
SOPHIE, IRENE AND JENNIE.
Supported by a complete burlesque company.
MONDAY, TUESDAY, a’mT WEDNESDAY. 3d, 4th,
and Sth,
THE ELVES: Or, THE STATUE BRIDE.
AND ALADDIN.
THURSDAY,
1 INVISIBLE PRINCE AND FRA DIAVOLO.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
ALADDIN AND CINDERELLA,
Doors open at 7X, commence at 8 o’clock. Admission.
75c. x ’
MATINEE on SATURDAY, at 2 o’clock. Admission,
' 50c.
In active preparation, a new local
► BURLESQUE ON FAUST.
BROADWAY TREATRE ~
1U» ADMISSION-FIFTY CENTS.
Business Manager Wm. A. Moobb.
> SECOND WEEK OF THE GREAT SUCCESS OF
I the sparkling, talented, and beautiful artiste.
‘ LUCILLE WESTERN.
LUCILLE WESTERN.
- M °NP A Xi DURING THE WEEK, and bv
L REQUEST, O&E GRAND EXTRA &ATU&DAY
MATINEE,
. AND POSITIVELY THE LAST NIGHTS OF
EAST LYNNE; or, THE ELOPEMENT.
EAST LYNNE; or, THE ELOPEMENT.
EAST LYNNE: OR, THE ELOPEMENT.
LUCILLE WESTERN,
. , LUCILLE WESTERN,
m her great original character of
rum, v t ■ h LADY ISABEL and MME. VINE,
FRIDAY, June 7,
BENEFIT OF LUCILLE WESTERN.
SATURDAY-EXTRA EAST LYNNE MATINEE.
beats secured from 8 till 6, six days in advance.
f INGARP’S NEW THEATR®
dU MONDAY. JUNE 3,
Every Evening, and Wednesday and Saturday Matinees.
THE SERIOUS FAMILY.
Mr. J. W. Lingard as Aminadab Sleek,
With the comic Farce of
THE LIMERICK BOY.
if AST TWO WEEKS OF THE BUN?
YAN TABLEAUX, UNION HALL, Broadway and
Twenty-third street. Every night at 8 o’clock; Matinees
WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY AFTERNOONS at
2%. After an unprecedented run of nearly six months,
this finest Moving Panorama in the world will close June
i 15,1867.
ROBT. J. GREENWOOD, Manager and Proprietor.
Jg ALL AND THEATRICAL COSTUMES.
THE LARGEST DEfQT IN THE UNION.
ESTABLISHED, 1839.
COSTUMES, PLAIN SILK. WEDDING AND RIDING
DRESSES,
OPERA-CLOAKS, WIGS, DOMINOS,
CURLS AND MASKS,
TO HIRE BY
Ri W. WILLIAMS & SONS,
No. 423 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 tho United
States pr Canada. Also,
WILLIAM’S BALM OF BEAUTY.
THE FINEST TOILET-ARTICLE IN USE,
Being
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
’ by the
THEATRICAL PROFESSION.
IF YOU WANT TO LAUGH AND
grow fat, see the JUNE NUMBER OF NICK
NAXd]
KJARRY HILL’S ACADEMY OF PUB-
Ji-ii- LIC Amusement, No. 26 East Houston street, is
still in lively operation, attracting nightly crowds of
strangers and friends.
Knickerbocker cottage, no. 456
SIXTH AVENUE.
'Die public and patrons of the above establishment are
informed of the completion of its extensive and varied
improvements, comprising a
BILLIARD ROOM, WITH FOUR TABLES, ~;i.
A READING ROOM,
With, all the Daily and Weekly Papers, and a variety of
Club, Meeting and Furnished Rooms for gentlemen.
The Restaurant is supplied from a larder replete with
all Delicacies and. Substantials in season, and the Bar
with a selected assortment of Wines, Liquors and Segars.
JAMES A. BOYLK
WILLIAM FOWLER.
&JC.
IMPORTANT FOR BUYERS AND
HIRERS OF PIANOS.
FOR SALE,
7-OCTAVE ROSEWOOD PIANOS,
LOUIS XIV. STYLE, it XX S
WORTH $430,
WILL BK SOLD BY MONTHLY PAYMENT OF $4 50.
The Brooklyn Musical Instrument Saving and Loan
Society, chartered by the State, is now three years in
successful operation, and distributes Pianos among its
members at the above rale?.
The Society have so far distributed over one hundred
Pianos, and they have given universal satisfaction. The
Pianos are to be seen, and further information will be
given, at the office of the Society, No. 367 Fulton street,
under the Park Theatre. Letters to be directed to the
Scretary, H. GOLDSMITH, at the office.
BOARD OF MANAGERS:
Gerard Willet, President. Wm. Kraft, Treasurer.
Rudolph Fulgraff, V. P. H. Goldsmith, Seo’ty.
D. S. S. Guy, Ch. Field.
Dr. F. Bond, Dr, H. Medler.
A. Kurth. Fr. Depfuhl.
N._H. Davis.
gTEINWAY & SONS’~
Grand, Square and Upright
PIANO-FORTES,
Have taken Thirty-five First Premiums, at the Principal
Fairs held in this country within the last ten years, and
also a First Prize Medal at the Great International Ex
hibition in London, 1862, in competition with 269 Pianos
from all parts of the World.
Every Piano is constructed with their “ Patent Agraffe
Arrangement” APPLIED DIRECTLY TO THE full ikon
Frame.
STEINWAY & SONS direct special attention to their
newly invented “Upright” Pianos, with their ‘ Patent
Resonator” and double Iron Frame, patented June 5,
; 1866, which, by their volume and exquisite quality of tone,
have elicited the unqualified admiration of the musical
profession and all who have heard them.
STEINWAY & SONS’ Pianos are used by the most
eminent pianists of Europe and America, who prefer
them for their own public and private use whenever ac
i cessible. These instruments are the only American
Pianos exportf.d to Europe in large numbers, and
actually used by the exeat pianists in European Con
cert Rooms.
Every Piano warranted for five years. Old Pianos taken
in exchange.
WAREROOMS,
FSRST FLOOR OFSTEIHWAY HALL,
Bios, 71 and 73 East Fourteenth st.,
NEW YORK.
The decker bellagraefe, full
IRON PLATE PIANO FORTE to
be found at No. 4 Bleecker street,
York; only prices from $375 to SBOO. Ev-
ery instrument fully warranted for the; J X * *
term of seven years.
N. B.—No connection with any
OTHER HOUSE
of similar name in the same street nor in the city of
New York.
THE HORACE WATERS GRAND
Square and Upright PIANOS, ME- «
LODEONS and CABINET ORGANS,
wholesale and retail. To let, and rent al
lowed if purchased. Monthly payments J I X X •
received for the same. Second-hand Pianos at bargains,
> from s6oto $225. Factory and warerooms, No. 481 Broad-
way. Cash paid for second-hand Pianos. Pianos tuned
• and repaired. Sheet Music, a little soiled, at cents
• perpage. - HORACE WATERS.
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"M/TADAME SECOR, No. 907 BROAD-
AvJL WAY (up stairs), is now ready to show to .her lady
friends and customers, her
SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES,
consisting of FRENCH BONNETS, FLOWERS, and
other novelties of the latest importation.
Munn & co., No. 37 park row;
NEW YORK, Publishers of the Scientific
American, Solicitors of American and Foreign Patents.
Twenty-two years’ experience in obtaining Patents.
Thirty Thousand Applications for Patents made at
their agency.
Consultations and Advice to Inventors free.
Pamphlets Containing Laws of all Countries free.
A Handsome Bojjnd Volume 1 containing 150 Mechan
-1 ical Engraving’, and the U. 8. Censusby Counties, with
Hints and Recipes for Mechanics, mailed on receipt of
L 25 cents.
jgXTINGUISHEE.
t PORTABLE SELF-ACTING ®
FIRE ENCIfiE, V'
PUTS OUT FIRES INSTANTLY,
NO BUILDING SAFE )
WITHOUT IT.
LEVY BROS. Ilk It.’ll
No.B DEY STREET, N. Y. Mb&E
A MOST WONDERFUL DISCOVERY?
The only establishment where teeth have been ex
tracted without paih for the past ten years. Laughinc? aaa
fresh daily. J. JAY VILLIERS, No. 155 Grand st., near
Broadway. Beautiful teeth, $1 ; set on silver, $10;
> cheaper sets if desired.
Leaky roofs cured with elle-
REY’S INDIA RUBBER PAINT, Ik to 2 cents a
foot, according to condition, and warranted. Principal
offices, Nos. 59b Grand street. IQI Nassau street, 153 Bow
try, 375 Ninth avenue, 508 Sixth avenue, 11 South Sev
enth street, Wiljiamsburgh, and corner of Oxford street
grtj
. n o T H S,
CASSIMERES, ■
MELTONS,
SCOTCH TWEEDS,
LINEN DUCKS,
LINEN DRILLS, &c., &c,
FOB MEN’S AND BOYS’ WEAB,
All This Season's Styles,
, AND CUT IN ANY LENGTH TO SUIT
CUSTOMEES,
AT THE LOWEST CASH PBICES.
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.,
. CANAL, CORNER MERCER STREET.
LINEN AND COTTON SHEETINGS, DOU
BLE DAMASKS, BY THE YABD,
DAMASK CLOTHS, NAPKINS, AND DOYLES,
(Singly or En Suite,)
COLOBED DAMASK LUNCH CLOTHS
AND NAPKINS,
DAMASK and COLOBED-EMBBOIDEBED
TOWELS, DIAPEB and HUC TOW
ELINGS,
, TOGETHER WITH AN EXTENSIVE STOCK OF
’ EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
WHITE GOODS,
AT POPULAB PBICES.
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.,
CANAL, CORNER MERCER STREET.
JJ OSIEHY
OF ALL DESCEIPTIONS.
CHEILLEY’S
CELEBRATED RID GLOVES CABIiTLETS,
DOG SKIN, .
KID FINISH SILK, and
LISLE THBEAD GLOVES.
U ND ER-CARME NTS
OF EVERY STYLE.
UMBBELLAS AND PARASOLS.
FURNSSH3NC GOODS,
IN EVERY VARIETY.
ALL AT SEASONABLE PBICES.
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.,
CANAL, COR. MERCER STREET.
R 1 c H
PABIS PBINTED
Organdie Robes/
300 at $6 EACH; VALUE, sl2.
200 at $3 EACH, WITH SHAWL; VALUE, sls.
FULL PATTERNS
AND THE
LATEST STYLE THIS SEASON,
LESS THAN AUCTION PRICES.
ALSO,
A Large Lot of
FINE PRINTED JACONETS,
AT 25 CENTS PER YARD,
CUT IN DRESS LENGTHS,
and placed on a seperate counter for the conven
ience of customers.
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.
CORNER CANAL and MERCER STS.
I :
{QBEAT BARGAINS
IN SUMMER SHAWLS.
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.
Will oiler on MONDAY, June 3d,
700 SHETLAND SHAWLS,
AT $3 EACH (VALUE S 5).
500 FANCY SILK GBENADINE,
AT $4 50 EACH (VALUE, ?9).
' 100 FRENCH CASHMERE WOOL,
AT Sil 50 EACH (VALUE, $8).
CANAL STREET, CORNER MERCER.
LACES,
. PARIS EMBROIDERIES, CHILDREN’S
GARMENTS,
FANCY COLORED, BORDERED, INITIAL,
HEMMED AND PLAIN
HANDKERCHIEFS,
AT
POPULAB PRICES.
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.,
CORNER CANAL AND MERCER STS.
JJILAIN, COLORED
CHENE, STRIPED.
CHECKED AND
BLACK SILKS,
THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT TO BE FOUND
IN THE CITY, AND
AT THE LOWEST PBICES.
AND OF THE BEST MAKES.
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.,
CANAL, CORNER OF MERCER STREET.
JU R ESS GOODS
AT REDUCED PRICES,
FOR THE
BALANCE OF THE SEASON.
PARIS GRENADINES,
GAZE DE SOIES,
GRENADINE BAREGES,
PLAIN COLORED ALL SILK HERNANIS,
MOZAMBIQUES, &c., &c.
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.,
CANAL, CORNER MERCER STREET.
OLO A K DEPARTMENT.
. THE BALANCE OF OUR CITY MADE
AND PARIS
GARMENTS,
OF THE LATEST
PABIS SHAPES, MATERIALS, AND TRIMMINGS,
Will be offered at
GBEATLY REDUCED PRICES,
TO CLOSE THE SEASON.
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.
CORNER CANAL AND MERCER STREETS.
Rich
PARIS PRINTED
FOULARDS,
AT SI PER YARD,
Formerly sold at $1 75.
' ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO., i
RADIES’ AND CHILDREN’S
FU H iSH 1M a GOODS,
MISSES’ AND BOYS’ SUITS,
INFANTS’ HATS, CAPS, &c., &c.
WALKING SUITS
AND
COSTUMES D’VOYAGE,
AT
VERY LOW PBICES.
O'BDLLIVM 4 GEEIG,
No. 771 BROADWAY,
CORNER OF NINTH STREET.
£1 L O A K 8 '
A T
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
O’SULLIVAN & GREIG,
No. 771 BROADWAY,
CORNER OF 9TH STBEET.
SPECIAL NOTICE)
BLACK SILK BASQUES,
AT
EXTRAORDINARY LOW PRICES. '
QREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES !
AT
LORD & TAYLOR’S !
A LARGE AND ATTRACTIVE STOCK OF
SUMMER HOSIERY and UNDERGARMENTS,
Gloves, Ties. Scarfs, Cravats, Umbrellas, Parasols,
Ac., Ac., AT RETAIL.
Nos. 461 to 467 BROADWAY.
Nos. 255 to 2SI GRAND STREET.
Nos. 47 and 49 CATHARINE STREET.
(QREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES !
AT
' LORD & TAYLOR’S!
ORGANDIES BY THE YARD AND ROBE.
AT ONE-HALF COST OF IMPORTATION.
Nos. 461 to 467 BROADWAY,
Nos. 253 to 231 GRAND STREET,
Nos. 47 and 49 CATHARINE STREET,
REDUCTION IN PRICES!
At
AT LORD & TAYLOR’S,
In the
LADIES’ FURNISHING DEPARTMENT.
Nos. 461 to 467 BROADWAY.
Nos. 255 to 261 GRAND STREET.
(Q HEAT REDUCTION IN PRICES!
At
LORD & TAYLOR’S.
Much below cost of importation.
Choice styles of Grenadines by the also robes in
select patterns.
Nos. 461 to 467 BROADWAY.
Nos. 255 to 261 GRAND STREET.
Nos. 47 and 49 CATHARINE ST.
INE RIBBONS AND DRESS TRIM
MINGS. New and Rich Styles, Closing Out at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, the choicest Goods
imported. Also, Closing Out, Bonnets and Hats, at
J. BLUXOME’S, No. 1,127 Broadway,
Between 25th and 26th streets.
/CIORNYN BROTHERS TOLL OFFER
V7 THIS WEEK
DRESS GOODS FROM AUCTION, at 25., worth 4s.
LAWNS, JACONETS and ORGANDIES, at 25.» worth
4s. FIN BLAP K ALP AOAS. at 35., worth 4s.
HEAVY 4-4 PLEACHED and UNBLEACHED MUS
LIN, Is., worth W cents.
WHITE GOODS, LINEN GOODS, and GOODS FOR
MEN’S AND BOYS’ WEAR, AT AUCTION PRICES.
500 MARSEILLES QUILTS, at $3 00, worth $5 00.
A LARGE STOCK of FINE WHITE MARSEILLES,
for LADIES’, CHILDREN’S and MEN’S WEAR, LESS
THAN GOLD COST.
REMEMBER THE PLACE FOR CHEAP GOODS
AND GREAT BA RGAINS.
CORNYN BROTHERS, NO, 457 EIGHTH AVENUE,
BET. THIRTY-THIRD AND THIRTY-FOURTH
STS.
ThRESS GOODS ! DRESS GOODS 1
FROM AUCTION.
TRAVELING DRESS GOCDS,
PLAIN DRESS GOODS,
FANCY DRESS GOODS,
FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS.
Ladies will find at our stores the largest stock to select
from to he found in the city, and at all prices, from B>Xc.
per yard upward.
ALSO, •
Just received from auction, /
. 200 PIECES RICH PRINTED
FRENCH PERCALES, ORGANDIES and JACONETS,
from 35c. per yard upward.
A reduction of over fifty per cent, from receat prices.
W. K. PEYTON,
Nos. 272 and 274 Bowery, near Houston street.
€ CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND
> CLOAKINGS.
AN IMMENSE STOCK JUST RECEIVED,
AT AS LOW PRICES AS BEFORE THE WAR!
FINE ALL-WOOL CASSIMERES, FOR BOYS’
SUITS, at 50c., 60c., 65c.and 70c. per yard.
BEAUTIFUL CASSIMERES, FOR GENTS’SUITS,
at 81 per yard and upward.
W. K. PEYTON,
Nos. #72 and 274 BOWE RY.
J ACE AND MUSLIN CURTAINS,
by the Yard and Set,
Just purchased at auction. A decided Bargain.
Also,
WHITE and COLORED QUILTS and COUNTER
PAN ES. all sizes and' qualities.
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
Hotel and. Housekeepers will find our Stock worthy of
their attention.
W. K PEYTON,
_ Nos. 272 and 274 Bowery.
BARGAINS! BARGAINS!
JUST RECEIVED,
5 cases SPRING PRINTS,
Choice styles and fast colors, at 12>2C. per yard.
4 cases of BLEACHED MUSLINS, good quality,
At 10c., 12)4c., 14c. and 16c. per yard.
1 case of CHALLIE DELAINES, at 18%c. per yard;
Sold throughout tne city at 25c.
2cases 11-4 WHITE COUNTERPANES, at $2 50,5
Worth $4 each.
W. K. PEYTON, No. 272 and 274 BOWERY.
OIL CLOTHS! OIL CLOTHS! OIL
CLOTHS!
3-4, 4-4, 5-4, 6-4, 8-4,12-4 to 6 yards wide.
Price 50c., 6( c.» 75c., $1 09 per yard, and upward.
J. MYATT, Nos. 3 and 15 Cooper Institute.
/CIOOPER INSTITUTE CARPET STORE.
BRUSSELS. Three-Ply, Ingrain and Stair Car
pets, Cocoa Mattings, Canton Mattings, Stair
Rods, Window Hollands, Oil Cloths, <fcc.,
at greatly reduced prices.
t7. HYATT, a aud 15 Coopor Inalituto.
1807.
FASHIONS FOB THE LADIES.
For Watering Places, Country or City, the NEW
STYLES of J. W. Bradley’s celebrated PATENT DU-
PLEX ELLIPTIC (or double spring) SKIRTS are par
ticularly adapted to the present Fashions of Ladies’
Dresses, as INDICATED in all the Fashion Maga
zines.
At RETAIL in all FIRST-CLASS STORES, and at
WHOLESALE by the Exclusive Manufacturers,
WESTS, BRADLEY & CARY,
Nos. 97 Chambers and 79 and £1 Reade sts., New York.
Patent Hoop-Skirt Holder,
fib db ;
Jis,
k {^^^J =ssssss=s * y
No more accidents from hoop-skirts.
No more ridiculous situations for ladies.
No more springs showing below the Balmoral.
No more tangled springs.
No more hoop-skirt turning every which way.
With the Loiseau’s Patent Hoop-Skirt Holder,
absolute immovability, ease, safety and elegance.
Sold at retail in all Fancy and Dry Goods stores.
RETAIL PRICE, SIXTY CENTS PER SET.
WHOLESALE DEALERS,
EM. LOISEAU & CO.,
No. 599 Broadway, Y.
ATTRESSES, FEATHERS,
BEDDING.
THE OLDEST ESTABLISHMENT
IN THE CITY.
WILLARD & ROGERS,
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No. 384 HUDSON 6TREET, CORNER OF HOUSTON '
is the Best and Cheapest place to buy Hair, Husk, Moss
and Spring MATTRESSES, FEATHERS, FEATHER
BEDS, all kinds of BEDSTEADS, both Wood and Iron,
<X>TBj, AU wji w wurrqpM to be as retire- I
W W’f.
dfci ■
mHE PASSAIC COUNTY
JL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY
will hold their
FIRST ANNUAL
SPRING RACE MEETING
AT PATERSON, ON
TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY,
JUNE 4, 5 and 6.
No postporement on account of the weather, and no
deduction for a walk-over.
The following Sweepstakes and Premiums will be run
for:
FIRST DAY-TUESDAY, JUNE 4.
FIRST RACE—UNDERWOOD.—Gift of S3OO, for all
ages mile heats.
SECOND RACE—THE DERBY—A Sweepstake Pre
mium of $4,000 for three-year olds. SSO entrance, play or
pay; one and a half mile dash’. Closed with thirty-three
entries.
THIRD RACE—Premium 0f.5500, for all ages; two
mile heats.
SECOND DAY—WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5,
FIRST RACE—STEEPLE-CHASE—Handicap for all
ages, of $750. About three miles, two of which will be
over a “ fair hunting country,” with twenty-seven jumps;
entrance money to go to tejond horse. Closed with nvo
entries.
©5“ No vehicles can be admitted to the field on this
day. until after this race.
SECOND RACE—Premium of S2OO, for all ages; one
mile dash, entrance money to go to second horse.
THIRD RACE—Premium of SSOO, for all ages; three
mile dash: entrance money to go to second horse.
FOURTH RACE—Soiling Race of S3OO, for all ages,
one and a ouarter mile dash.
THIRD DAY—THURSDAY, JUNE 6.
FIRST RACE-HURDLE RACK-Handicap for all
ages, two miles, over eight hurdles, $400; SIOO to a sec
ond horse.
SECOND RACE—The Sequel Stakes, a Sweepstake
Premium of S3OO for three-year-olds; SIOO entrance; half
forfeit; two mile dash; the winner of the Derby to carry
71b. extra. Closed with 10 entries.
THIRD RACE—Premium cf S7OO for all ages: three
milo heats.
FOURTH RACE—The Consolation Premium of S3CO
for all ages: one and a quarter mile dash.
Horses beaten once during the meeting, allowed 7 lb.;
those beaten twice or more, 14 lb. Entrance money to go
to second horse.
The first race each day will come off promptly at 1:30
P. M., and 30 minutes allowed between the races.
No Gambling will be allowed on the Course, no Liquors
sold, and no intoxicated person admitted to the grounds.
Excellent accommodation for ladies provided. Tickets
to the Field Stand or Field, with or without vehicle, $1
each. Tickets to the Family Stand, 50 cents each.
Badges entitling the holder to any of the Public Standi
and Quarter Bi retch, $8 for the Meeting, or $3 fur one
day. Ladies’ Tickets to the Stand (sold only to the Mem
bers or Badge Holders), $1 each day.
N. B.—An Agent will be on the 11:45 (EXTRA) Erie
Train each race day, provided with Tickets and Badges
for sale. Cards for each day’s races, with entries and
colors, to be had on the grounds.
TIME TABLE OF TRAINS ON ERIE RAILWAY.
The following trains from the foot of Chambers street,
New York, stop at the Course, leaving at 8:30 A. M., 10
A. M. [extra trains, 11 and 11:45 A. M., with cars for
ladies, and making no stop.). Returning to New York,
the EXTRA TRAIN will leave the Course immediately
after the races of the day are over, and run without a
stop to New York. Trains also leave the Course at 3:30,
6:5(1 and 9:20 P. M.
The New York and Paterson Turnpike, from Hoboken,
by Chambers street and Barclay street ferries, is in good
order. Distance, 16 miles.
R, B. CHISWELL, Secretary,
No. 11l Main street, Paterson.
NEW YORK CITY
BASE BALL EFOOBIUI
AND
Manufacturing Company.
N. B.—Send for an Illustrated and Descriptive PRICE
LIST of
BASE
AND
SPORTING GOODS,
TO
ANDREW PEqK & Co.,
No. 105 NASSAU ST., corner of Ann, New York.
Bust brothers,
GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHING GOODS,
Nos. 156 and 158 FULTON ST.,
One Door East of Broadway,
NEW YORK.
A complete assortment of
SHIRTS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, NECK TIES,
DRAWERS, SUSPENDERS, COLLARS. UMBREL
LAS, <fcc.
COMBS, BRUSHES SOAPS, PERFUMERY, HAIR
OILS, FANCY ARTICLES, &C.
SUPERIOR SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER.
FIREMENS’ SHIRTS.
L. M. RUST, J. S. RUST.
gcrafe 04
O O T S ! BOOTS!
PIERRE REYMOND,
FRENCH BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
No. 80 PRINCE STREET,
Offers to the public a large assortment of
BOOTS, SHOES, SL3PPERS, ETC,,
made according to the latest Pans fashions, and at prices
cheaper than anywhere else in the city.
fiINE CALFSKIN BOOTS
from $lO upward. Please call and examine.
TOTATRIjIiONY.— WHY EVERY SIAN
Lf-aL 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., 200
pages. Mailed in sealed envelope, on receipt of 25 cents;
Address, No. 12 White street, New York.
VOUCAN GET “THOSE BOOKS ,7 BY
JL MAIL“O. K.,” or by express “C. O. D,,ornt
No. 26 Ann street, opposite Theatre alley, New York.
Send your address on stamped envelope for a catalogue.
CUT THIS OUT. C BLANCHARD, Publisher.
CARPETS ! CARPETS !!
H. O’FARRELL is now offering the largest assort
ment of
ENGLISH, BRUSSEL3, THREE-PLY AND IN
GRAIN CARPETS.
OIL CLOTHS, CANTON MATTINGS, WINDOW
SHADES, MATS, Etc.,
in the city. His stock of
PARLOR, BEDROOM and KITCHEN FURNITURE,
ot extra and medium grades, is fully up to the standard,
of excellence his manufacture is noted for, and for quan
tity and quality, stands unrivaled. Warerooms, Nos.
2f.7, 269, 271 West Thirty-fifth street, and Nos. 486. 488
Eighth avenue. P. S.—All the Railroad and Cross-town
cars pass before his door?.
HE CHEAP CAR PE INSTORE?
ROCK & KELLEHER,
NO. 354 BOWERY,
Between Fourth and Great Jones street.
GREAT REDUCTION
IN
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, &.c.
ENGLISH BRUSSELS at $1 60 per vard.
DO. THREE-PLY at I 50 “
TAPESTRY INGRAIN at 1 25
EXCELLENT DO at 100
BEAUTIFUL NEW PATTERNS... .at 60 cents.
100 rolls of OIL CLOTH, slingtly damaged,
at 40 cents per yard.
g ROCK <t KELLEHER, No. 354 Bowery.
® WORKS, Nos. 157 to 163 WEST THIRTY-SEC
OND STREET, between 6th and 7th avenues, New York.
Our machines and facilities are the very best, and we
can warrant perfect satisfaction, as everything is done
under our personal supervision. No injury to the finest
fabric. Thoroughly frees the Carpets from dust, beating
and brushing all parts uniformly. Effec ually*expels all
vermin. Hundreds of references may ba seen at our
office. STEWART & ALLISON.
ENGLISH CARPETS,
AT
HIRAM ANDERSON’S,
No. 99 BOWERY, N. Y.
English Royal Velvet,
English Brussels Carpets,
Imperial Three-Ply Carpets,
Extra Superfine Ingrain Carpets.
The subscriber is now receiving a large stock ot every
description ot Carpets, Mats, Mattings, Table and Piano
Covers, from the recent
AUCTION SALES,
and are offered at a
TREMENDOUS REDUCTION IN PRICES.
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
From 2 to 24 feet wide, from 50 cents to $1 25 per yard.
Also,
300 pieces of WHITE, CHECKED and FANCY
CANTON MATTINGS,
AT LOW PRICES.
200 pieces 4-4 WHITE and CHECK MATTINGS, at 25
cents per yard.
WINDOW SHADES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
AT REDUCED PRICES.
EMBROIDERED PIANO AND TABLE COVERS.
. DRUGGETS 4 YARDS WIDE.
All goods are guaranteed, and the prices far below any
quoted in this city.
H3ESAEVI ANDERSON,
No. 99 BOWExiY.
fTARPETS
AND
OIL CLOTHS.
NEW GOODS.
SPRING SALES, 1867.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES I
i
VELVET, TAPESTRY, BRUSSELS, THREE-PLY, ;
AND INGRAIN CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS. AND ALL |
OTHER ARTICLES PERTAINING TO THE CAR
PET TRADE,
RETAILING AT WHOLESALE PRICES.
SMITH & LOUNSBERY, >
%I® ;
Sunday Edition. June
INTERNATIONAL
(IALEDONIAN GAMES,
GIVEN BY THE
New York Caledonia Club,
WILL BE HELD AT
JONES’ WOOD,
ON
THURSDAY, JUNE 27,1867,-
PROGRAMME. k
• sports of the day will be opened by an id
loned SCOTCH REEL, after which, the circle will b< ]
cleared, and the games commence at 9 o’clock, with igS
,x „ . Prize. 2d. 3d 1
the Heavy Stone... .Gold Medal S2O $1 1
2d. Putting the Light Stone ” 20 1(
3d. Running Jump *. •• 20 I
4tn. Heavy Hammer “ 20 I
h. Light Han»mer *• 20 ll 1
6th. Running Hign Leap “ 20 1( 4
7th. Highland a'ling •* on k j
Bth. Short Race.... 7/ •• 1 <
S?2’ B> ? ace (under 1£) $5 3 q.
10th. Wheelbarrow Race 10 7 b 4
INTERMISSION. S
SS* X aul . tin « yith the Pole Gold Medal 20 1
12th. Tossing the Caber “ 20 If
13th. Long Race <• 20 1(
14th. Broadsword Dance 20 If
15th. Standing High Leap •* 20 If J
16th. Sack Race $lO 7
m S itc Jl ft S dKick Gold Medal 20 ICI
18th. Hurdle Race “ 20 I®2
Boys’Hurdle Race (under 15) $5 3 32
20th. Running Hop Step & Jump. Gold Medal 20 Jfflj
21st. Quoits (played outside the h#
Circle' “ 20
«™ es u garae t are open to members of Scottish societfeiff
2wk yw ,F e ’ who are most cordially invited to be presenfij
at the gathering, and contend for the above liberal prizpfWA
Robertson’s Celebrated
AND THE
PIPERS OF THE CLUB
WILL FURNISH MUSIC FOR THE OCCASION/ .
J
TICKETS, FIFTY CENTS. fl
0 nMr3 ot tho c,ab > “nd at the Ktfi
on the day of the Games.
MSHORE STATEN ISLAND.JS
4-,lv.r tea ,’? ers , i .’ OJll - ) VA an tl THOMAS
HUM. Elm Park—a. m., s:3ij <-1!i
10:15, 11:50. p. M., 3:40, 5:30. PonTss£iaVs-rSO
ItrcHMOSli—A. M., 5:45, 7:30, 8:30, 10:25. 12. P. M
3;^5 ; 40- Factobyvillb-A. M„ 5:55, 7:10, 8:40, 10:352
f.;? 1 ih 1 b 10 i> 2 \ 1 < n ’ it, 6 ? 00 ' Sn ™ HAnBOn—A. M., 6, 7:453
’ ?!•> 12;13 ' 2:15 - 4: "?> 5 . 63 - Bn®iKTOlj3
A. M., 6:10, 7:55,8:55,10:50. P.M., 12:25,2:25, 4:15, £. NeiJj
Yobk-A. M., 7, 9,10:30. 12. P. M„ 2, 4. 5:30 7
„ „ SUNDAY. ' OS
Elm Pabk-A. M., 9:45. 11:15. P. M„ 12:15, 2:15,4-45 ®
PojtT HicmiOND-A. M., 7,8, 9:55, 11:25. P. M„ 12:5M
FACTOiiyviLLE—A. M., 7:10,8:10,10:051
li » V 0 2:35 ’ 5:03 ’ 6:2(k New Bbichton—aJ
M.,7:20, 8:20, 10:15, 11:45. P. M„ 1:15, 2:45, 5:15, 6-3(®
NKWYOBB-A M 8:30, 10, 11:30. P. M„ 1, 2:30,
7.30. New York Pier 19, between Courtlar.dt and Dy<3
streets. To let tor Sunday School Picnics. Pomohri
ANNING SMITH, Superfine "’antsß
Bayonne grove,
SITUATED IN HUDSON COUNTY, N. J.
The finest re sorrier ' I
PIC-NICS AND EXCURSIONS, '
. NOW OPEN FOB THE SEASON. -
Many improvements have been made since lastyeifl
inciuam'T a J
COVERED PLATFORM FOR DANCI'TG r| |
100 BY 21 FEET, ERECTED ON THE GROUNDS. • A i
« < ? l iv Ve ? B accessibla by ths Jersey Oent- ai Roacf
(foot ol Liberty st.), f nd hourly by dummy cars, from tha
Jersey City ferry.
For further particu'ars apply on the premises. iii
• H. F.- CRAWFORD, bole Proprietor, it
CITIZENS, DON’T J’ORGET THE KjO?
OF THE VETERANS
ur THE WAR OF 1812, which takes tjjaESZNr
place on WEDNESDAY, JUNE ETir, cSSrAraaSiJ
1867, to Dudley’s popular Grove. The steamer Marthitf
Vvashington and large barge Walter Sands are engagedl
tor the occasion. Toe barge will lay at the foot of Lfr|
roy streep from 7 until 9 o’clock, A. M., where tickets cant'
be had on the morning of the excursion. See small billiffl
ri/NT • n. GEN. H. RAYMOND, Chairmanjfp.
Col, abr m Dally. Sec.
SARATOGA, RUTLAND, BUFFALO
Suspension Bridge, Mount Mans- fV'cJtsL u
field and white Mountains, via Burling- ’
ton and all points North and West.
steamboats C. VIBBARfIi
and DANIEL DRiiAV will, on and after May 13, leavai
Desbrosses street at 8:30, and Thirty-fourth street a®
• •• Albany, landing at Yonkers, Cozzeniltfi
West Point, Newburg, Poughkeepsie, Rhinebeck,
tol. Catskill, Athens and Hudson, by ferry, connecting affi
Athens depot, by special train, with the New York CenJfl
tral and Rensselaer and Saratoga Railroads, via Schenedtf
lady, with Albany and Susquehanna Railroad at Jundw
tion, and without change of cars, with the Lake Champ#
lain steamboats at Wnitehall at Rouse’s Point, arrivina
at Montreal at 9 A. M. ■
ijEW YORK AND TROY STEAMBOATS
AX##? l PANY-FIRST CLASS LINE
OF STEAMERS.— For Albany and Troy.
and all points north and east, EVERY AAin. 34*
EVENING (Saturdays oxcepted), at 6 o’clock, from Pia !
No. 44 North River, foot of Spring street.
N. B.—This is the cheapest, pleasantest and most direct I
route for Saratoga and Lake George, and. via raiiroadi I
and lake steamers, for Whitehall. Rutland, BuriiugtoS
North Adtims, Cambridge. St. Albans, Qgdensburgli t
Montreal, and all intermediate stations. Tickets sold I
baggage checked, and state-rooms engaged at the princl*'
pal hotels and offices on the wharf.
PEOPLE’S LINE OF
NEW JERSEY STEAMBOAT frroJ F
COMPANY.—The magnificent steam- E
ers of this line, the ST. J OHN and
DREW, leave Pier No. 41 North river, near foot of Cana®
street, EVERY EVENING alternately (Sundays except?
ed), at 6 o clock, connecting at Albany with railroads tol
all stations West and North.
For freight, passage, checking of baggage, <tc., inquire
at the office on the wharf. h
SUNDAY BOATS FOR NEWARK. ThS
splendid steambboats MAGENTA, JP
and THOMAS P. WAY, will leave New
York and Newark on SUNDAY next,
APRIL 21st. AS FOLLOWS : <
Leave N. Y., foot Barclay Leave Newark foot Centra
street, street,
10:30 A. M., 8 o’clock, A. M.»
2 o’clock, P. M., 10 o’clock, A. ?•!.,
4:30 P. M., 2 o’clock, P. M.,
n 9.30 P.M., 7:30 P.M.,
Stopping at Bergen Pointeaoh way. W. GASTON, Siipfit'
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF NEW
JERSEY. Passenger and Freight,,——
Depot in New York, foot of Liberty
street—connecting at Hampton Junction
with the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad#
and at Easton with the Lehigh Valley Railroad and lt«
connections, forming a direct line to Pittsburgh and tha
West, without change of cars.
ALLENTOWN LINE TO THE WEST. J?
Three Express Trains daily lor the West, except Sujl«
days, when one train in the evening. l
Sixty Miles and Three Hours saved by this line to Chi*
cago, Cincinnati, St. Louis, etc., with but one change ojp
cars.
SPRING ARRANGEMENTS. "■ I
Commencing April 29, 1867, leave New York as fo’lowsijf'
6:30 A. M. —For Flemington, Easton. Bethlehem-)
Mauch Chfcnck, Williamsport, Wilkesbarre, Mahonjlt
City, &c. vi
9 A. ii.—Western Express for Easton. .Allentown, Haiwi
risburg. Pit c sburgh, and the West, with but one changa.
of cars to Cincinnati or Chicago, and but two changesta!
St. Louis; connects at Harrisburg with Northern Oentrat!
and Pniladelphia aud Erie Roads, for Erie and the Oil.
Regions. Connects at Junction with Delaware, Lack
wana and Western R. R. for Stroudsburg. Water Gap’rf
Scranton, Pittston, Kingston, Great Bend &c.
12 M. Train.—For Easton, Allentown, Maucn Chunckif
Wilkesbarre, Reading, Pottsville, Harrisburg, &c.
3:30 p. m.—For Plainfield.
4:00 p. M.—For Euston.
5 :C0 P. m.—For Somerville and Flemington. .
5:00 p.m.—Cincinnati Express—For Easton, Bethld*.
hem, Mauch Chunck, Reading. Harrisburg, Pittsburg?}
Chicago and Cincinnati—connects at Harrisburg wita
train for Williamsport, Erie, &c. Sleeping cars tdti
Pittsburg. |L
6:15 P. M.—For Junction and intermediate stations, f'
7:30 p. m.—For Somerville. i I
8:00 p. m.—Western Express Train.—For Eastoni?
Allentown, Reading, Harrisburg, Pittsburgh and tha 1
West. Sleeping cars through from Jersey City to Pittw*
burgh every evening.
trains are run to Bergen Point, Elizabeth),'
Tickets for the West can be obtained at the office of thsi’
Central Railroad r.f New Jersey foot of Liberty street#
North River, at No. 1 Astor House, at N05.'254, 27L>
and 526 Broadway, and No. 10 Greenwich street.
JOSIAH O. STEARNS Suxierintendent. ‘
W girt gepurtnwnt. 1
I.V.tL MENT. Firemen’s Hall, New York, June lsW«
1867. The Board of Commissioners hereby invite propoXt
sals or suggestions for a more perfect system tnan they
one now in use for connecting their Central TelegraphL’
Office at this point, with the several apparatus bouseaJ
bell towers, »fcc., and with street stations designating tha
location of fires, in the most simple and reliable niannerJl
Communications to be addressed to the undersigned bftll
fore the 20th of June, inst., endorsed “Proposals for Tet«4
egraph.”
BAILEY MYERS, ) Committee on v I
J. G. ABBE, I Telegraph, f /
KUHWCKWWMMWJBmimiAUWHBftiVjiBIIHBIIII !!■! II 111 lUBWaWBfc
Divorces legally
without publicity. Other good cases prosecuteq
without fee in advance. Consultation free. M. HOWES*
Attorney and Counselor, No. 78 Nassau street.
Ties t-c l ass ’tab lk J
FURNISHED WITH
THE BEST CUSHION EVER INVENTED, viz:
THE CAT-CUT,
MADE ONLY BY
KAVANAGH & DECKER,
Corner of Canal and Centre streets,
NEW YORK CITY.
THE CAT-GUT CUSHION,
for which we have a patent dated December 18th, 1868, ia
an improvement billiard men have long been wishing
for. Wherever it has been tried, and it has been intrdM;
duced extensively within the past year in New York andf
vicinity, it has given perfect satisfaction. We are freJ'
quently called upon to remove the cushions of othes
makers, and substitute the Cat-Gut. ~ 7
PRICE OF A TAELE FULLY EQUIPPED. $525. j
KAVANAGH & DECKER,
CENTRE & CANAL STREETS. N. Y..V :
And Nos. 601 and GO3 Fourth street, cor. Washington
avenue, St. Louis, Mo. ■■■ ■}
' j
A LARGE NUMBER OF NEW Atflji
second-hand Billiard Tables, with our improved!:
combination cushions, which have been proved to be the);
most correct and durable cushions ever made. Specl-r
mens of our tables that have been in constant use for*
many years may be seen in the principal hotels and sa4
loons in this city. Parties intending to purchase wUll
find it to their interest to call and examine our stoew
which is the largest and finest in the world. Boys’ Bff<
liard Tables. _ PHELAN & COLLENDER,
___________ Nos. 63 tp 69 Crosby street, New York-Zj l ; /
Wj, sharp’s Improved k®
e LIARD TABLES, with Sharp’s Patent Cusb-r
ions, superior to any now in use. Patented Nov, 15, 1859 k
None but first-class tablet made. Manufactory No. 43
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