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QFFICIIL nRAWIWfiS.
KROM SEPT. 23 TO SEPT. 28, 186?, INCLUSIVE.
KBNTUOKY-Extba Class, No. 651, Sept. 23, 1867.
65. 41, 37. 19. 56, 48, 62, 26, 68, 13, 17, 4, 23.
KENTUCKY—CIass No. 652, Sept. 23,1867.
32, 8, 64, 71. 2,9, 49, 56, 47, 46, 39, 28.
KENTUCKY—Extra Class No. 553, Sept. 24, 1867.
29, 31, 59, 76, 67, 7, 38, 43, 18, 52, 12, 58,15, 70.
KENTUCKY—CIass No. 554, Sept. 24, 1867.
25. 60, 66, 43,'.34, 63, 54, 13, 19, 56, 37, 71, 30.
KENTUCKY—Extra Class No. 555, Sept. 25, 1867.
72, 60, 27, 50, 5, 41, 33, 61, 12, 29, 22. 40, 26.
KENTUCKY—CIass No. 556, Sept. 25, 1867.
48, 62, 70, 27, 20, 14. 77, 56. 12, 18, 40, 55, 42, 45.
KENTUCKY-Extra Class No. 557, Sept. 20.1867.
86, 34, 24, 22, 37, 15, 14, 66, 33, 65, 8, 59, 3.
KENTUCKY—CIass No. 558, Sept. 26, 1867.
40, 54, 47, 43, 24, 78, 39, 58, 51, 21, 16, 74.
KENTUCKY-Extra Class No. 559, Sent. 27. 1867.
35, 7,6, 51, 2, 54, 30, 44, 73, 39, 15, 14.
KENTUCKY—CIass No. 560, Sept. 27, 1867.
32, 44, 53, 58, 19, 70, 14, 26, 8, 72, 56, 67, 57.
KENTUCKY—Extra Class No. 561, Sept. 28.1867.
52, 46, 40, 5,9, 8, 66, 77, 68, 20, 30, 35, 27.
KENTUCKY—CIass No. 562, Sept. 28, 1867.
67, 59, 26, 21, 78, 58, 35, 53, 7, 15, 37, 40, 34.
SHELBY COLLEGE—Extra Class No. 475, Sept,23, ’67.
164, 7, 47, 20, 18, 4, 12, 75, 67, 15, 38, 42, 44.
SHELBY COLLEGE—CIass No. 476, Sept. 23, 1867.
18. 46, 69. 31, 40, 3, 15, 26, S 3,8, 37, 74.
SHELBY COLLEGE—Extra Class No. 477, Sept. 24, ’67.
27, 14, 73, 19, 65, 66. 34, 29, 48, 50, 68, 70, 52, 58.
SHELBY COLLEGE—CIass No. 478, Sept. 24, 1867.
43, 14, 64, 78, 36, 10, 29, 46, 52, 23, 25, 70, 6.
JBHELBY COLLEGE—Extra Class No. 479, Sept. 25, ’67.
56, 41, 20, 26, 12, 8,3, 34, 47, 17, 50, 67, 28.
SHELBY COLLEGE—CIass No. 480, Sept. 25, 1867.
-17, 13. 26, 44, 1, 28, 39, 56, 50, 21, 32, 6, 65, 72.
SHELBY COLLEGE—Extra Class No. 481, Sept. 26, ’67.
€5, 60, 38, 3, 43, 28, 29, 39, 10, 6, 17, 77, 31.
SHELBY COLLEGE—CIass No. 482, Sept. 26, 1867.
34, 76, 19, 22, 61, 13, 11, 9, 28, 37, 48, 52.
BHELBY COLLEGE—Extra Class No. 483, Sept. 27, ’67.
21, 33, 40, 10, 62, 73, 71, 8, 26, 38, 56, 39.
SHELBY COLLEGE—CIass No. 484, Sept. 27, 1867.
13, 68, 23, 45, 70, 16, 4, 17, 26, 28, 32, 41, 9.
SHELBY COLLEGE—Extra Class No. 485, Sept. 28, ’67.
12. 25, 58, 22, 36, 47, 2, 69, 28, 6, 18. 5, 73.
SHELBY COLLEGE—CIass No. 486, Sept. 28, 1867.
72, 14, 23, 17, 75, 2, 63, 57, 10, 26, 54, 55, 61.
Circulars sent free by addressing
JOSEPH BATES,
No. 78 BROADWAY.
€ GEORGIA STATE LOTTERY!
Tf FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
“MASONIC ORPHANS’ HOME.”
BOYD, WILSON & CO., Managers,
Atlanta, Ga.
GREAT SCHEME.
ONE DOLLAR—FULL TICKET.
CAPITAL PRIZE $20,000, FOB ONE DOLLAR.
EXTRA CLASS B.
This great lottery for the benefit of the Masonic Or
phans’ Home, will be drawn in public, at Atlanta, Ga.,
on WEDNESD Y, the 9th day of OCTOBER next, 1867.
GREAT SCHEME.
•1 Prize 0f520,000 is $20,000
1 Prize of s,boois 5,000
1 Prize of 2,000 is 2,000
1 Prize of 1,000 is 1000
1 Prize of 500 is 500
1 Prxze of 590 is 590
4 Prizes of 250 are 1,000
100 Prizes of 100 are 10,000
200 Prizes of 50 are 10,000
Prizes amounting t 0550,000
$50,000 IN PRIZES,
FOR ONE DOLLAR PER TICKET.
A PACKAGE OF 10 TICKETS MAV DRAW $30,000.
ALL THE ABOVE PRIZES WILL BE DRAWN.
PLAN OF THESE GREAT LOTTERIES AND EX
PLANATION OF DRAWINGS.
The numbers from 1 to 100,000 t corresponding with the
numbers on the Tickets, are printed on separate slios of
paper and encircled with small tubes, ana placed ‘in a
Klass wheel all the prizes in accordance with the
Scheme, are similarly printed and encircled, and placed
In another glass wheel. The wheels are then revolved,
and two boys, blindfolded, draw the Numbers and Prizes.
One of the boys draws one number from the wheel of
Kumbers, and at the same time the other boy draws out
one prize from the wheel of Prizes. The number and
prize drawn out are exhibited to the audience, and what
ever prize comes out is registered and placed to the cred
it of that number—and this operation is repeated until
all the prizes are drawn.
All prizes are payable without discount, and the
Official Drawing sent to each Purchaser. 1
BOYD WILSON & CO.. Managers,
Atlanta, Ga.
All orders addressed to
MCINTIRE & CO.,
No. 125 Chatham street, N. Y.
JJRIZES
CASHED
IN ALL
Legalized Lotteries.
C. C. COTTE, Broker,
No. BROADWAY, and
No. 351 BOWERY.
PBIZES CASHED
IN THE
GEORGIA STATE LOTTERIES.
CIRCULARS MAILED, TO ANY ADDRESS,
and
INFORMATION CIVEN. by
FRANCIS H. HEWES,
No. 79 Courtiandt st., N. Y.
PRIZES CASHED IN ALL LEGAL*
IZED LOTTERlES.—lnformation given.
JAMES H. STURGES, Broker,
No. 4 Division street.
No. 5 PARK PLACE,
Front Room, Up-stairs.
TDRIZES CASHED IN ALL LEGAL
JL IZED LOTTERIES. Information given, and cir
culars forwarded to any part of the country.
P. GAIGE, Broker,
No. 681 Broadway, (corner Amity street.)
PRIZES CASHED IN ALL LEGAL
IZED LOTTERIES, and information given, by
D. W. DAVIS, No. FULTON STREET,
A few doors from Broadway.
PRIZES CASHED IN ALL LEGALIZED
LOTTERIES. Information given and circulars
sent by addressing
PARKES & Co.,
Nos. 14 and 16 WALL ST.,
Rooms 5 and7, (Basement.)
A MERIC AN LOTTERIES OFFICE, NO.
XXL 101 Watt street, corner West street, opposite Peo
ple’s Line Steamers, near Spring street Market, Central
Place Hotel and Jersey City Kerry. Prizes paid in Green
backs. M. F. COLBY, Licensed Lottery Broker, late of
No. 181 Fifth avenue.
All prizes cashed in legal
LOTTERlES.—Circulars and drawings sent.
J. CLUTE, Broker, No. 176 Broadway,
and No. 163 Fulton street, N. Y.
T>OYAL HAVANA LOTTERY. PRI
jLBu 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. ¥
PHONOGRAPHY.— THE MERCAN-
TILE LIBRARY CLASSES in PHONOGRAPHY
will be reopened on FRIDAY EVENING, Oct. 4. at 8
o’clock, at Clinton Hall, Astor Place. They will be
taught, as heretofore, by Mr. JAMES E. MUNSON,
author of “ The Complete Phonographer” and official
Stenographer to the Surrogate’s - Court.
The Classes will meet on
MONDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS,
t each course will be completed in ten weeks, m which
time the learner will be carried through and thoroughly
taught the entire system. Terms, $lO a course.
Apply for membership or further particulars at the Li
brary in Astor Pace, or at the Class-room on the opening
-xiijlit.
A GENTS—WANTED--EVERYWHERE,
both local and traveling, male and female. Steady
«mph lament the year round, and no capital required.
Business new, light, and desirable. For particulars ad
dress WILLARD <fc CO., Station B, New York.
Beatty, stevenson & co.,
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BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS,
15 SPRUCE STREET, New York.
Mercantile, Banking and other Associations furnish
ed with Account Books of first-class Paper, Ruled to
order, in any style of Binding, at short notice, and Man
ufacturer’s Prices.
Music Books, Magazines and Miscellaneous Works
Bound to order.
Printing and Lithography.
Square and Upright—Melodeons;
Parlor, Church, Gem, and Cabinet Or
cans, the best manufactured; warranted sTasTo
for six years. Second-hand Pianos, Melo- J j 5. * * *
deons, and Organs at great bargains, from $25 to S2OO.
Any of the above instruments to let, and rent applied if
purchased; monthly installments received. Pianos tuned
and repaired. Illustrated catalogue mailed. Manufac
tory and warerooms, No. 431 Broadway, N. Y.
HORACE WATERS & Co.
B.DEC K E R ,
PEANO-FORTE
WAREROOMS, No. 4 BLEECKER ST., J f 5 I
I- Near Bowery, N. Y.
’ N. 8.-NO PATENT HUMBUGS NOR CONNEC
TION WITH A HOUSE OF THE SAME NAME IN
THE SAME STREET. , y >
IMPORTANT FOR BUYERS AND HIR-
ERS OF PIANOS.
FOR SALE.
fr-OCT. ROSEWOOD PIANOS, LOUIS
XIV. STYLE, WORTH $450, WILL X 2 S S I
BE SOLD BY MONTHLY PAYMENT OF $4 50.
The Brooklyn Musical Insrument Saving and Loan
chartered by the State, is now three years in
successful operation, and distributes Pianos among its
members at the above rates.
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
Secretary, H. GOLDSMITH, at the office.
BOARD OF MANAGERS.
D. S. S. GUY, CH. FIELD,
Dr. F. BOND, Dr. H. MEDLER,
A. KURTH. FR. DEPFUHL,
». H. DAVIS. GERARD WILLETT, President.
RUDOLPH FULLGRAFF, Vice President.
H. GOLDSMITH, Sec. WM. KRAFT, Treas.
hi. ■—u—i —i wi w'.wi
Coffee, &r.
A FIRST-CLASS GROCERY.
WILLIAM A. CAMP, 9
No. 222 Third ave., cor. 29th st.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
TEAS, COFFEES,
LIQUORS AND CIG ARS, 'toRS! J
SPICES, ALMONDS AND NUTS,
PICkLES AND SAUCES,
And, in fact, everything which goes I|||
to make up a
FIRST-CLASS GROCERY,
Respectfully solicits the patronage
©f all who are desirous of getting the E’.gMp
best of everything at moderate
•prices.
Groceries ordered aX the store will be sent to families in
any part of the city.
Simard'S.
Metropolitan billiard rooms.
MORRISANIA HALL,
Railroad Avenue, near Fifth street, Morrisania.
OPEk ON SUNDAYS.
ALES, WINES. LIQUORS AND SEGARS.
LEWIS H. COMBES, Proprietor.
CTUYVESANT billiard rooms.
No. 279 Third Ave., New York.
NEAR TWENTY-THIRD STREET.
HAVANA SEGARS.
CHOICEST BOTTLED LIQUORS, Ac.
mHE WEEKLY PRESS.
Only a few more subscribers are required to insure the
speedy issue of the Great Illustrated Paper,
THE WEEKLY PRESS,
Which in size and appearance will resemble
HARPER’S WEEKLY;
but in value will far transcend that publication.
The PRESS will be an embodiment of the spirit of the
age.
Each department will sparkle -with the genius of the
most eminent writers of the day.
An original serial Story of the most brilliant character,
will be commenced in the first number.
The illustrations will be entirely original and of the
mest attractive style and nature.
The great expense and labor involved in this enterprise,
render it necessary that we should start with an
ENORMOUS CIRCULATION.
In order to secure this, we shall do ns follows:
SIO,OOO, in sums of $lO9, will be distributed i hrough the
first edition. To every given number of papers, SIOO will
ba allotted. Every copy of the PRESS will be enclosed
in a stout wrapper, so that the papers containin'' the
greenbacks will not be knowh by their external a. pe *.r
ance, and all purchasers will have an equal chance fur the
money and gifts.
Beside the SIOO BILLS, orders will be enclosed in cer
tain copies of the edition for the following gifts:
2 Grand Pianos—Steinway’s, "value of eachs4oo
2 Grand Pianos —Chickenng’ssoo
3 Gold Watches, each.... 150
1 Carriage, from G. Witty’s repository 800
20 Hoop Skirts 3
5 Music Boxes 80
50 Photograph Albums, each 2
10 Banjos, each 7
5 Guitars, each 8
1 Set of Bedroom Furniture 150
The balance to consist of Accordeons, Breastpins, Fin
ger Rings, Brcojhes, Studs, Ac. No Dollar Jewelry—no
gifts worth less than five dollars.
4 Elliptic Lock-stitch Sewing Machines.
2 Wheeler & Wilson’s “ “
2 Willcox A Gibbs’ “ “ each $65
In order to secure a paper that has not been tampered
with, it is best to get it direct from the publisher.
The PRESS wilr be mailed to any address upon the re
ceipt of price, 10 cents.
Address,
STUART & CO.,
“New York Press,”
No 634 Broadway. "
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kj? nounces the publication of one Musical Vocal Al
bum, by subscription, to be completed before Christmas.
For circular and terms, apply at his residence, No. 149
East Ninth street, and the Warerooms of Chickering A
Sons, throughout the United States.
"PIANO, PIANO, PLANO LESSONS, BY
JL a pupil of LISZT, No. 242 West Twenty-sixth street,
near Eighth avenue.
The book of wonders tells
how to make all kinds of Patent Medicines, Per
fumery, Toilet Articles, Cosmetics, Candies, Wines, Cor
dials, Soaps, Dyes, and hundreds of other articles in daily
demand. Easily made, and sold at large profits. Sent
post paid, for twenty-five cents, by
O. A. ROORBACK, No. 122 Nassau st., N. Y.
'MTATRIMONY.—WHY EVERY MAN
A-VJi- should marry. Why every woman should marry.
AH may marry to know. Read the Illustrated Marriage
Guide and Medical Adviser, by WM. EARL, M. D., 290
pages. Mailed in sealed envelope, on receipt of 25 cents;
Address, No. 12 White street, New York.
MEDICAL CTIDEr
By a New York Physician, giving reliable information of
f treat value to the sick of both sexes, never before pub
ished, and worth a journey to New York on foot to ob
tain it.
Sent free, in a plain sealed envelope, with the
highest testimonials, by enclosing a postage-stamp to
Pit. LAWRENCE, No. 14 Bond street, Now York.
YOU CAN GET “THOSE BOOKS” BY
MAIL“O. K.,” or by express “ C. O. D„orat
No. 26 Ann street, opposite Theatre alley, New York.
Send your address on stamped envelope for a catalogue.
CUT THIS OUT. C BUANCHARD, Publisher.
PEKING.
No. 10 MYRTLE AVE. No. 10 MYRTLE AVE.
MRS. JAMES SWEET
Desires to inform the ladies of Brooklyn and vicinity
that she will open a superb stock of Bonnets and Hats,
French Flowers, Velvets, Lace and Millinery Goods in
general, on and after the Ist of October, 1867.
P. S.—A good first-class trimmer wanted; also a good
maker wanted. Apply at Mrs. JAMES SWEET’S, No.
10 Myrtle avenue.
Mme. mulchinock is now pre
pared to show an elegant assortment of Fall and
Winter bonnets. No. 535 BROADWAY. N. Y.
OPENING OF MILLINERY GOODS
on Monday. Great bargains fer Milliners. Bon
nets and Hats very cheap. Velvets cut bias at wholesale
prices. Immense Bargains. Save this.
L. BINNS, No. 577 BROADWAY.
Madame secor, no. 907 broad
way, (up stairs.) is now selling,
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
THE LATEST SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES OF
FRENCH BONNETS. FLOWERS,
and other novelties of the latest importation.
-
17XCURSION TO FORT LEE—O L D
LANDING.—The steamer THOMAS fF’wa*
E. HULSE, Captain G. W. Annett,
leaves foot of Christopher street, daily,
Sundays included, at 10 A. M., 2, 5 and 7 P. M. From
Fort Lee, 7}£ A. M., 12, 3% and 6 P. M. Landing at
Thirty-Fourth street at 10 A. M. and 2 P. M. up trip, and
6 P. M. down trip.
17OR FORT LEE, OLD LANDING,
JT BULL’S FERRY and PLEASANT VALLEY.
Steamer T. E. HULSE leaves foot of Christopher st.
daily at 10,2, 5%, landing at 34th st. Sunday only. 8
Fort lee, pleasant valley and
BULL’S FERRY.
Steamboat PALISADE leaves foot of
Spring street, Sundays included, at 10, 2,
and7M P« M„ touching at 22d street.
SUNDAY BOATS FOR NEWARK. THE
splendid steamboats MAGENTA,
and THOMAS P. WAY, will leave New
York and Newark on SUNDAY next,
AUGUST Übh, AS FOLLOWS :
Leave N. Y., foot Barclay Leave Newark foot Centre
street. street-
10:30 o’clock A. M., > 8 o’clock. A. M.,
4:30 P. M., 2 o’clock, P. M.,
9.30 P. M. 7:30 P. M.
Stopping at Bergep Point each way. W. G ASTbN, Supt.
CENTRAL NORMAL MUSICAL CON
SERVATORY, No. 242 West Twenty-sixth street,
between Seventh and Eighth avenues. J. JAY WAT
SON, the “American Paganini,” Agent and Musical
Director. Lessons strictly private.
New route between
NEW YORK AND BOSTON,
via f LjfaSZlfu— -Jr
BRISTOL, R. I.
THE NARRAGANSETT STEAMSHIP COMPANY’S
NEW AND MAGNIFICENT STEAMERS,
BRISTOL Captain Ben Brayton,
PROVIDENCECaptain B. M. Simmons,
ARE NOW RUNNING ON LONG ISLAND SOUND,
LEAVING PIER No. 40, NORTH RIVER, EVERY
AFTERNOON (Sundays excepted), at 5 o’clock, connect
ing at Bristol with the Boston and Providence railroad,
reaching Boston with shorter railroad ride than by any
other route. Distance by rail, 54 miles. Time, 1 hour
and 30 minutes.
These steamers are the largest, staunchest, and most
elegant ever placed upon American waters.
In the number and size of their state-rooms, and ex
tent and splendor of their accommodations, they are un
rivaled.
State-rooms secured, tickets for sale, and freight ar
rangements made at the office on the Pier.
Also, tickets sold at the principal offices ot Westcott’s
Express Company, viz.: No. 1 Park Place, Nos. 785 and
945 Broadway, Harlem R. R. Dept, 26th st. and 4th av.,
Hudson River E. R. Depot, 29th st. and 9th av., and in
Brooklyn, No. 269 Washington st., City Hall Square.
By purchasing tickets at any of these offices, baggage
can be checked from the residence to destination.
H. O. BRIGGS, General Manager.
GEO. W. TIERS, Agent.
REAT REDUCTION—LOW FARE TO
THE WEST, NORTH and EAST,
via TROY LINE OF STEAMERS, from
Pier No. 44 North River,foot of Spring st.,
daily at 6 P. M., Saturdays excepted.
LIST OF FARES FROM NEW YORK.
Albany and Troysl 00 Saratogal 75
Schenectadyl 31 Fort ‘Edward2 45
Fondal 38 Whitehall 3 30
Utica 245 Rutland 4 00
Rome 276 Burlington 600
Syracuse 354 North Adams 2 00
Rochester 5 30 St. Albans7 25
Lockport 635 Ogsdenburglo 59
Suspension Bridge.... 675 Montreat9 75
Buffalo 6 75 •
And proportionate reduction to all intermediate points
and stations west from Buffalo.
Tickets sold and baggage checked at the office or on
boartL
PEOPLE’S LIN E—G REAT
REDUCTION. -
$1 00 TO ALBANY.
On and after MONDAY, June 17, 1867, passage to Al
bany by People’s Line Steamers will be $1 00 only.
ST. JOHN—Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
DREW—Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
(CENTRAL RAILROAD OF NEW
J JERSEY. Passenger and Freight
Depot in New York, foot of Liberty
street—connecting at Hampton Juneti
with the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad,
and at Easton with the Lehigh Valley Railroad and its
connections, forming a direct line to Pittsburgh and the
West, without change of cars.
ALLENTOWN LINE TO THE WEST.
Three Express Trains daily for the West, except Sun
days, when one train in the evening.
Sixty Miles and Three Hours saved by this line to Chi
cago, Cincinnati, St, Louis, etc., with but one change of
earn.
SPRING ARRANGEMENTS.
Commencing April 29, 1867, leave New York as follows:
6:30 A. M.—For Flemington, Easton, Bethlehem,
Mauch Chunck, Williamsport, Wilkesbarre, Mahony
City, &c.
9 a. m.—Western Express for Easton. Allentown, Har
risburg. Pittsburgh, and the West, with but one change
of cars to Cincinnati or Chicago, and but two changes to
St. Louis; connects at Harrisburg with Northern Central
and Philadelphia and Erie Roads, for Erie and the Oil
Regions. Connects at Junction with Delaware, Lacka
wana and Western R. R. for Stroudsburg, Water Gap,
Scranton, Pittston, Kingston, Great Bend &c.
12 M. Train.—h ot Easton, Allentown, Mauch Chunck,
Wilkesbarre, Reading, Pottsville, Harrisburg, Ac.
3:30 p. M.—For Plainfield.
4:00 P. m.—For Easton.
5:00 P. M.—For Somerville and Flemington.
5:00 p.m.—Cincinnati Express—For Easton, Bethle
hem, Mauch Chunck, Reading, Harrisburg, Pittsburg,
Chicago and Cincinnati—connects at Harrisburg with
train for Williamsport, Erie, <fcc. Sleeping cars to
Pittsburg.
6:15 p. m.—For Junction and intermediate stations.
7:30 P. M.—For Somerville.
8:00 p. m.—Western Express Train.—For Easton,
Allentown, Reading, Harrisburg, Pittsburgh and the
West. Sleeping cars through from Jersey City to Pitts
burgh every evening.
Additional trains are run to Bergen Point, Elizabeth,
4c.
Tickets for the West can be obtained at the office of the
Central Railroad of New Jersey foot of Liberty street,
North River, at No. 1 Astor House, at Nos. 254, 271
and 526 Broadway, and No. 10 Greenwich street.
JOSIAH O. STEARNS Superintendent.
1 >
PROFESSOR FRANKS, OPTICIAN TO
the New York Eye Hospital and Opthalmic School,
No. 387 Fourth ave.. and Life Governor of the New York
Eye Infirmary, No. 216 Second ave., Optical Oculist and
• Consulting Optician, Lecturer on the Human Eye and
Use of Spectacles, No. 739 Broadway, first floor, up stairs,
opposite Astor Place, N. Y. t Sole proprietor for the
United States of Franks' Patent Spectacles and Eye
glasses. One pair suits 15 to 25 years.
and Double-Vision Glasses, in gold, silver, and other
frames. Also, the celebrated Eye-Preservers, so highly
, appreciated at the Eye Hospital and the Eye Infirmary,
being superior to any other article, giving ease and vigor
to the weak, and preserving the perfect sight for many
years. Professor FRANKS, Oculist and Optician, Lec
turer on the Human Eye and Optics, accurately and scien
tifically adjusts the c e far-famed >pectadesto vis
ivw Mta gffiSHi M \Mitua Stu MUM M fc
NEW YORK DISPATCH.
TJIBENCH THEATRE.
A 1 H. L. BATEMANT.e=f-oc and Director.
IMMENSE SUCCESS
OP THE
GRAND OUCHBSS,
Now attracting U 1 e .
ELITE AND FASHION OF THE CITY.
A:id declared to be
THE II IT OF THE SEASON. 4
Mlle. TOSTEE. and the GREAT PARISIAN OPERA
COMPANY, in the
GRAND DUCHESS.
Every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY.
Splendid Costumes, Scenery, Orchestra and Chorus m
the GRAND DUCHESS.
Doors open at Overture begins at 7:55.
Omnibnsses to convey visitors free of charge, to the
French Opera, will s'art from corner of Broadway and
Fourteenth street, every five minutes, between 7 and 9
P. M., returning from the theatre after the perform
ance. /
Fifth avenue theatre, 24th
STREET, cor. FIFTH AVE. and BROADWAY.
ManagerC. H. GARLAND.
ONLY BURLESQUE THEATRE IN THE CITY.
MONDAY, SEPT. 30, 1867,
LAST WEEK OF FRA DI A VOLO,
which must positively be withdrawn for the present, to
give place to ether novelties.
Fifth week of everybody’s favorite,
TOO MUCH FOR GOOD NATURE.
BEPPO, JENKINS,
LEFFINGWELL,
FRA DIAVOLO, MATILDA JANE,
MRS. SEDLEY BROWN.
In rehearsal, the celebrated burlesque extravaganza,
by H. J. Byron, Esq., entitled
ALA DDIN,
THE WONDERFUL SCAMP.
Widow TwankeyMr LEFFINGWELL.
Aladdin Mrs. SEDLEY BROWN.
OLYMPIC THEATRE.
JAMES E. HAYESLessee
Clifton W. Tayleubeßusiness Manager.
George L. Fox Stage Manager
Splendid and continuing - success of
MR. JOSEPH JEFFERSON.
FOURTH WEEK of his great engagement.
IMMENSE DEMAND FOR RESERVED SEATS!
CROWDED HOUSES EVERY NIGHT I
. THRONGS TURNED AWAY !
Enthusiastic enjoyment by brilliant audiences of
The Greatest Artistic triumph known to the
Modern Stage.
Every Night—Begins at 8; closes 10:45.
Saturday Afternoon—Begins at closes 3:35.
RIP VAN WINKLE.
Rip Van Winkle Mr. Jefferson
MATINEE SATURDAY AFTERNOON, at 1% o’clock.
In preparation, with scenery, costumes, &c., expressly
imuortea from London and Paris, Shakspere’s fairy and
operatic spectacle,
“A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM.”
■HERMANN, HELLER AND HARTZ
JLJL OUTDONE RY THE
WONDERFUL PIANALINO,
with feats entirely new in this country.
Tickets, 50 cents; Reserved Seats. $1 00. Doors open
at 7; Performance at 8.
Tickets can be obtained at music stores, St. Nicholas
Hotel, and Maillard’s.
MR. J. J. ALEXANDER,
Business Manager.
OPENING
OF
STEINWAY HALL.
TUESDAY EVENING, OUT. Ist, 1867,
First appearance in twenty years in America of the
GREAT PIANIST,
LEOPOLD DE MEYER.
First appearance, since her return to the United
States, of
MRS. JENNY KEMPTON,
the favorite Contralto.
Second appearance of the celebrated violinist,
m MR. CARL ROSA,
Together with
MR. G. W COLBY,
and
MR. THEO. THOMAS,
and his
GRAND ORCHESTRA,
In an entire Original Programme.
TICKETS, ONE DOLLAR.
RESERVED SEATS 50 CENTS EXTRA.
For sale at Schuberth & Co., No. 820 Broadway; G.
Schirmer. No. 701 Broadway; Pond’s Music Store, Nos.
547 and 865 Broadway; Ticket Office, No. 112 Broadway
and Steinway Hail.
miIEATRE COMIQUE, No. 514 BROAD
JL WAY, opposite St. Nicholas Hotel.
SIXTH WEEK.
Intellectual and Fashionable Audiences.
Last w*>ek of Morris’ great burlesque,
THE DUTCH RICHARD THE THIRD. <
ANOTHER NEW PROGRAMME
by the powerful company,
BEN COTTON and SAM SxIARPLEY’S MINSTRELS.
Mr. J. MURPHY, Mr. J. H. COOKE,
J. A. PAINE, JAS. NORRIE,
CHARLEY WHITE,
FRANK KRITTA, Prof. TA NNBNBAUM,
JOS. FISHER, WM. SCHWAB,
Miss EVA BRENT,
WM. H. CHAMBERS, EDWARD HOLDEN,
Mast. CHARLIE, M. RILEY,
Mlle. IDA DEV ERE
Mr. ALFRED MOE, Mast. WILLIE,
D. L. MORRIS, J. W. ALLIN SON,
DICK RALPH,
THE GREAT AMERICAN GYMNASTS,
ASHTON AND WINNE,
forming the most pleasing performance in the city.
Admission—2s. 50 and 75 cents. Doors open at 7; com
mence at 8. Family Matinee every Saturday, at 2%.
Broadway theatre. _
EDWIN FORREST.
Fifth and last week but one of
MR. EDWIN FORREST.
MONDAY AND TUESDAY, Sent. 30 and Oct. I,
THE GLADIATOR.
EDWIN FORRESTas?Spartacus
ScrionaMiss Lillie: Pbasariusßarton Hill.
WEDNESDAY, Oct, 2,
RICHELIEU FOR THE LAST TIME.
EDWIN FORREST, LAST TIME AS RICHELIEU.
JULIA, Miss LILLIE: R ARAD AS. BARTON HILL.
Oct, 3d,
RICHARD 111. FOR THE LAST TIME.
EDWIN FORREST, LAST TIME as RICAARD 111.
FRIDAY-EDWIN FORREST.
SATURDAY-BENEFIT OF BARTON HILL.
AFTERNOON (MATINEE) and EVENING.
Seats secured from 8 till 6, six day in advance.
THEATRE.— A CARD.
MR. BARTON HILL
has the pleasure of announcing that
HIS BENEFIT
will take place on
BATURDDAY NEXT, October 5,
Embracing both performances
AFTERNOON (MATINEE) AND EVENING,
on which occasion he will kindly be assisted by
MRS. ANN SLOAN, MR. JOHN SEFTON.
MR. M. AV. FISK, MR. COLEMAN,
MR. J. W. BRUTONE, from the Lyceum, London.
His first apuearance in America.
BOX BOOK NOW OPEN.
Adelaide bistori—myrrha.
MONDAY. Sept. 30, and WEDNESDAY, Oct. 2,
First time in New York.
MYRRHA,
the celebrated tragedy in five acts, bv Alfleri.
THE SHAKSPERE OF ITALY. "
ADELAIDE RIBTORI in her renowned role of
MYRRHA.
The music in the fourth act of Myrrha was written by
the celebrated composer Cimarosa, for the famous actress
Pelandi, who shone at t le beginning of this century.
This music was afterward presented by Pelandi to her
worthy pupil, Carolina Internari, as a sacred artistic tes
timonial. In 1850, Internari, being in the company of
Signora Ristori, to attest her admiration and friendly
feeling, made a gift to the latter of the music of Cima
rosa which had always been associated with the triumphs
of the two before named actresses.
Extensive preparations are in progress for the produc
tion of Giacometti’s celebrated work, MARIE AN TOI
NETI’E, which will be produced with great splendor,
surpassing anything ever seen on the American stage.
SATURDAY—RISTQRI MATINEE.
Brooklyn academy—ristobi.
MYRRHA NEXT TUESDAY.
TUESDAY, October 1. will be produced
ALFIERI’B CELEBRATED TRAGEDY.
MYRRAH,
ADELAIDE RISTQRI in her great role of MYRRHA.
THE BARNUM AND van am-
BURGH MUSEUM AND MENAGERIE CO.,
firoaxlway, between Spring and Prince streets.
A GREAT EVENT!
EVERY AFTERNOON at 2^—EVENING at 8.
Production of the New Drama, in four acts, written by
M. Levied, Esq., founded on the great sensation story
entitled
PALE JANET;
OR,
THE TRAGEDY OF RED MARSH FARM,
with NEW SCENERY, COSTUMES, etc., and abound
ing in NOVEL and STARTLING EFFECTS.
To be seen at all hours.
A WONDER! A WONDER!!
A LIVING GORILLA,
THE ONLY ONE EVER CAPTURED ALIVE. '
years old, 5 feet 2 inches high, weighs 2(w lbs.
An extensive collection of beautiful
LIVING FISH FROM THE GULF OF MEXICO.
GORDON CUMMING, the Lion Slayer’s COLLECTION.
PROF. HUTCHINGS, LIGHTNING CALCULATOR,
A MAMMOTH FAT INFANT,
A GIANTESS, DWARF. CIRCASSIAN GIRL.
10 LIVING SEA LEOPARDS. THREE ROCKY
MOUNTAIN MOOSE.
LIVING SNAKES, MONKEYS, LEARNED SEAL,
HAPPY FAMILY. GRAND AQUARIA, Etc.
OVER 300,000 CURIOSITIES.
Admission. 30cents: Children under ten. 15 cents.
A BTHUR SKETCHLEY
.Zvk begs to announce that he is about to introduce to
American audiences his account of
THE ADVENTURES
OF
‘ MRS. BROWN,
which he has related at the Egyptian Hall, Piccadilly,
London, and in the other parts of the United Kingdom,
for upward of One Thousand Nights.
Mr. Sketchley will appear for two nights at
IRVING HALL.
MONDAY, Oct. 14th, FRIDAY, Oct. 18th,
W 'en he will narrate what befell
MRS. BROWN ON HER TRAVELS, and MRS.
BROWN AT THE PLAY.
NIBLO’S garden.
Lessee and ManagerWM. WHEATLEY.
DOORS OPEN at BEGINS at
SECOND YEAR OF
THE BLACK CROOK.
JARRETT & PALMER’S
GRAND PARISIENNE BALLET,
STRONGLY REINFORCED RY
NEW ARTISTS. NEW BALLETS, NEW COSTUMES,
NEW ILLUMINATED BALL-ROOM,
with which will be given a <
GRAND CARNIVAL MASQUERADE,
AND THE GORGEOUS TRANSFORMATION.
THE MECHANICAL DONKEY EVERY EVENING.
MATINEE SATURDAY, at 1 o’clock.
SEATS SECURED BIX DAYS IN ADVANCE.
DOD WORTH HAUL CROWDED EV 7 -
ery night to see the wonderful PIANALINO.
JgOWEBY THEATRE.
Manager Mr. WM. B. FRELIGH.
Engagement with the celebrated and unrivaled artist.
MLLE. MARIETTA RAVEL,
for six nights only.
THE FRENCH SPY.
MARIETTA RAVEL in a triple character, and with
Mr. P. Connelly fights a
GRAND BROADSWORD COMBAT,
superior in skill to any who have ever attempted it. To
conclude with
HANDSOME JAOK, THE HIGHWAYMAN.
NEW YORK CIRCUS.
Fourteenth street, opposite Academy of Music.
L. B. LENT■Director.
THIS FAVORITE RESORT
WILL OPEN FOR THE SEASON
MONDAY, OCTOBER, 7th,
MONDAY, OCTOBER, 7th,
MONDAY, OCTOBER. 7th.
Full particulars in future advertisement.
SAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS, No. 585
Broadway. The Disturbance created at Seven
Sixty, P. M.
The Homestead of Fun and the Birthplace of Wit.
. BIRCH, WAMBOLD, BERNARD AND BACKUS’
SAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS,
whose success for the past three years is positive evi
dence of superiority over all similar organizations. First
week of the Entirely New Burlesque of the Haunted
House, introducing the Great London Illusion, the
Mysterv of which is how is it done—the Sensation of the
day. The Buffer’s Opera, from the City of Offenbach,
j entitled Under a Penny Dip.
HRHE OCTOBER NO. OF NICK-NAX IS
J A FULL OF FUNNY CUTS AND JOKES! !
J LTABE? KIEL’S VARIETIES?
0 AX No. 26 EAST HOUSTON STREET.
- The nightly divertissements of this thronged resort
have been appropriately intensified in comic interests by
; the engagement of the unrivaled troupe of genuine sable
5 Africans, whose masterly renderings of negro melody,
r song and sentiment are the well-earned theme of popu
y lar commendation.
, The troupe appear every evening in characteristic coS
r tumes.
i
- UTTAR, PIANO, VIOLIN, SINGING.—
- i vX No. 242 West. Twenty-sixth st., between Seventh
- i and Eighth aves. Call or send for a circular. Private
A CADEMY OF MUSIC.
JzA MAX MAIiETZEK Director
ITALIAN OPERA.
TO-MORROW, MONDAY, SEPT. 30, 1867,
RIC I’S COMIC OPERA,
CR&PSNO E LA COMARE,
AND A
BALLET DIVERTISSEMENT.
SERIORA ANGELA PERALTA,
TESTA, BELLINI, ANTONUCCI,
GIORGIO RONCONI.
Mlle. MARI <2 SAND and O'. MARVIG.
ON TUESDAY EVENING, OCT. 1.
BELLINI’S GRAND OPERA,
NORMA.
MME. PAREPA ROSA,
(IN HER GREAT ROLE OF NORMA.)
Mme. NATALIA TESTA,
E. PANCANI, P. MEDINI.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCT. 2,
FAUST.
THURSDAY—OPERA IN BROOKLYN.
3 PURiTANI,
FRIDAY EVENING, OCT. 4,
aLTROV A T O R E ,
WORRELL SISTERS’ NEW YORK
THEATRE, No. 728 BROADWAY’
P 0...; *y
LAST SIX N.G 'TS
LAST SIX NIGHTS
LAST SIX NIGHTS
LAST SIX NIGHTS
LAST SIX NIGHTS
OF
Mr. Augustin Daly’s greatly successful drama
t VHPER ;
THE.
Witnessed by 100,090 people, and pronounced the most
interesting, truthful, and exciting picture of Life and
Love at the present day. The Wondrous railroad sensa
tion, the universal topic of conversation, admitted by
everybody to be the climax of all dramatic sensations.
The great pier and river scene, by starlight. Merry
times and unique music, by the “Lost Tribes.” The
Tombs Police Court, the most amusing trial scene ever
realized; and acted for
50 TIME 5 ?.
FIFTY TIMES.
50 TIMES.
FIFTY TIMES.
50 TIMES,
with unabated success, but two prior engagements, al
ready made to begin October sth. make it compulsory
with the management that the play be withdrawn, and
therefore the
LAST NIGHTS AND LAST SATURDAY MATINEE
are announced for the coming weelc
UNDER THE GASLIGHT, shortly, in
Brooklyn!
OIANALINO DELIGHTS THE LADIES
JL and astounds the gentleman.
ALLAC K ’ S .
Proprietor and Manager Mr. LESTER WALL ACK.
EVERY EVENING UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
will be presented Craven’s new comedy, entitled
MEG’S DIVERSION.
Characters by Messrs. John Gilbert, B. T. Ringgold, A.
W. Young, J, B. Polk, J. W. Leonard, and Miss Clara
Jennings, Mrs. W. Winter and Miss Annie Ward.
During the evening the orchestra will perform a variety
of new music, arranged by Mr. Thomas Baker.
To conclude with F. C. Burnand’s last and greatest bur
lesque, entitled „ „ ,
THE LATEST EDITION OF
BLACK-EYED SUSAN.
THE LITTLE BILL THAT WAS TAKEN UP.
Characters by Miss Kate Rahoe (from the principal
London theatres). Miss Mary Gannon, Mrs. Winter, Miss
Alary Barrett, Miss Mary Scott, Messrs. Mark Smith, A.
W. Young, George Holland. J. C. Williamson, G. F.
Browne, J. W. Leonard, etc.
Doors open at 7%. Performance commences at 8.
Tony pastor’s opeba house,
No. 261 BOWERY, No. 201 BOWERY.
Another new Sensational Drama entitled,
THE GAMBLERS OF THE MISSISSIPPI.
THE GAMBLERS OF THE MISSISSIPPI.
THE GAMBLERS OF THE MISSISSIPPI.
Splendid effects, novel situations, plenty of fun, etc.
TONY PASTOR IN NEW SONGS.
TONY PASTOR IN NEW SONGS.
A new Ballet by Mons. Szollosy, called
THE CHARMERS OF GHENT.
A new Burlesque by the Ethiopian Troupe entitled
THE DEVIL’S AUCTION.
THE DEVIL’S AUCTION.
New songs by
Miss JENNIE ENGEL.
New comic Cocoa Congo Dance, Wild, Shepard, Col
lins and Emmett.
A NEW AND BRILLIANT OLIO.
MATIN EE WEDNESDAY and SATURRAY.
Bth avenue opera house.—
Corner of Thirty-fourth street and Eighth avenue.
GREAT SUCCESS. GREAT SUCCESS.
JOHNNY THOMPSON.
JOHNNY THOMPSON.
JOHNNY THOMPSON.
JOH NNY THOMPSON.
The best Ethiopian performer in the world.
THOMPSON APPEARS IN FOUR ACTS,
assisted by Josh Hart, Frank Kerns, W. B. Cavanagh,
Geo. Warren, Harry Bloodgood, etc., etc.
JOHNNY THOMPSON APPEARS IN FOUR ACTS.
JOHNNY THOMPSON IN HIS GREAT SONG AND
DANCE.
JOHNNY THOMPSON IN HIS LIVELY MOKE.’
JOHNNY THOMPSON IN THZ WINDEY BOYS.
JOHNNY THOMPSON IN THE PLANTATION
SCENE.
MATINEE EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON.
Change of programme every Monday and Thursday.
THURSDAY EVENING FIRST TIME OF
UNDER THE LAMPOST.
MONDAY NEXT, CAVANAGH’S NEW DRAMA,
entitled THE RESCUE OF COL. KELLY,
OR, THE MANCHESTER RIOT.
PIANALINO, THE EAVOBITE OF THE
New York Press.
VIOLIN, PIANO AND GUITAB
v taught by easy method courses of twelve lessons.
Thorough knowledge guaranteed. Music furnished for
balls, parties, <tc. Apply to JAMES GORDON, No. 22
avenue.
HOLDING’S BAND. Nos. 359 AND 361
Broome st., New Yotk; Nos. 371 and 373 Fulton st.,
Brooklyn. First-class music, brass, reed, and string in
strument! furnished for all occasions.
Apply as above.
gEVBNTH SEASON OF THE
Free and Choir-JJoy Schools, New York, Newark, Pough
keepsie, Hudson, Schenectady, and Utica, N. Y. After
noon (separate) classes for Ladies, Girls and Boys, re
open in October at the Orpheon Hall, Cooper Union.
Questions from applicants answered every day'there
from 4 to 6 o’clock up to Oct. sth. For evenings adult
classes and ORPHEON PIANO and VOICE CONSER
VATORY, apply to O. N. SNOW, Secretary at Ditson’s,
No. 711 Broadway, between 12 and 3 o’clock, every day.
JEROME HOPKINS, Director.
CENTRAL NORMAL MUSICAL CON-
SERVATORY, No. 242 West Twenty-sixth street,
between Seventh and Eighth avenues. Private Lessons
(no classes) on Piano, Violin. Guitar, Singing, &c. J. J.
WATSON, Agent and Musical Director. Circulars ready.
MAY FLOWER
* TOBACCO, LOOSE OR IN FOIL, AT
STRAUS BROTHERS & CO.,
No. 74 William street, Agents.
Deal ars in all kinds of Cigars and Leaf Tobacco.
iTIKOST, BLACK &~CO.
S? WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
IN, AND MANUFACTURERS OF,
FURNITURE,
No. 73 BOWERY,
New York.
CST- PATENT PREMIUM SOFA BEDSTEADS,
SELF-ROCKING CRADLES,
SPRING AND HAIR MATTRASSES,
CONSTANTLY ON HANL.
STEAMBOATS AND HOTELS FURNISHED
AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE.
All Goods purchased at our house guaranteed as rep-
Furniture of the Finest Quality sold at less than
Broadway Prices, and as low as can be
bought in any other house
in the Union.
R. W: FROST, J. BLACK, G. SNYDER, Jr.
111 O’FARRELL HAS OPENED HIS
H o NEW FURNITURE and CARPET WARE
ROOMS, at Nos. 486 and 488 EIGHTH AVENUE, con
necting with his old establishment, Nos. 267 to 271 35th
street, forming a complete arcade of the whole block,
and offers of sale one of the largest and choicest assort
ments (all new styles) of ROYAL VELVET, BODY
AND TAPESTRY BRUSSELS (CROSSLEY’S MANU
FACTURE) ; BRIGHT’S AND DOMESTIC SUPER
THREE-PLY AND POWER-LOOM INGRAIN CAR
PETS ; OIL CLOTHS, of all widths ; WINDOW
SHADES, &c. . , ,
Tne Furniture Department contains the largest assort
ment of ROSEWOOD. MAHOGANY, and WALNUT
PARLOR and BED-ROOM SUITES in this city. All
manufactured under my strict supervision, and guaran
teed to the buyer.
My motto is: CASH, and SMALL PROFITS.
TIUBNITUBE
J? MAN UFACTURED BY F. KRUTINA,
CONSISTING OF
PARLOR SETS IN ROSEW'OOD AND WALNUT.
BEDROOM SUITES 4
IN ROSEWOOD, MAPLE AND WALNUT.
LIBRARY AND DINING-ROOM SUITES, . .
All of new designs, and made under my own supervision
at manufacturers’ prices, and warranted. .
F. KRUTINA.
Manufactory and Warerooms, Nos. 96 and 98 East Hous
ton street, between Bowery and Second avenue.
FURNITURE! FURNITURE!
At G. W. SNEDEN & CAMPBELL’S,
; No. 263 BOWERY, bet. Stanton and Houston streets.
JO“ Second Furniture Store from the Corner.
i All kinds of Furniture, Mattresses, Bedding, Looking
. Glasses, etc.. Wholesale and Retail, below Auction
Prices. Goods warranted and delivered free. PATENT
' SECRETARY BEDSTEADS, superior to anything of
the kind in the market. Furniture in Suits. Goods
J boxed for Shipping. Note the Number.
‘ ]y/TARKS*PATENT ARTIFICIAL LIMBS
WITH
; INDIA RUBBER HANDS AND FEET, /
* are recommended by the first surgeons in the
country, and all experienced wearers who
- used them.
The highest premium, A GOLD MEDAL, \ W
was awarded them as the BEST at the great VW
Fair of the American Institute, 1865.
‘ Army and Navy furnished ly Government au» /
■ (hority. Illustrated Pamphlet sent/ree.
A. A. .jj SmiJ)Wi
QN MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 30th,
WE WILL OFFER,
AT RETAIL,
A full assortment of FASHIONABLE DRY GOODS,
suitable for FALL AND WINTER WEAR,
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
LORD & TAYLOR,
Nos. 461 to 467 BROADWAY,
Nos. 255 to 261 GRAND STREET,
Nos. 47 and 49 CATHARINE ST.
AND SHAWL DEPARTMENT.
PARIS CLOAKS, SACQUES, and MANTLES of the
newest designs. Also, those manufactured by us ex
pressly for our Retail Sales. WOOLEN and FANCY
CLOAKINGS, VELVETS, CASSIMERES, TRIM
MINGS, LAP ROBES, &c., in great variety.
CASHMERE, PAISLEY, and all the well known
makes, beside NOVELTIES just landed from steamers.
LORD & TAYLOR,
Nos. 481 to 467 BROADWAY.
Nos. 255 to 261 GRAND STREET.
Nos. 47 and 49 CATHARINE ST.
(gILK AND DRESS GOODS DEPART
MENT.
BLACK AND COLORED, PLAIN AND FANCY
SILKS, MOIRE ANTIQUES, SATINS,
Including every novelty of the season,
ALSO,
IRISH AND FRENCH POPLINS,
MERINOES, ALPACAS AND EMPRESS
CLOTHS
In all the fashionable shades.
WINCEYS, WOOL PLAIDS, &C., <fcC.
LORD & TAYLOR,
Nos. 461 to 467 BROADWAY.
Nos. 255 to 261 GRAND ST.
Nos. 47 and 49 CATHARINE ST.
OAB PE T DEPARTMENT .
Stair Carpetings, Velvets, Brussels, Three-Ply, In
grain, Oil Cloths, Rugs, Mats, Rods, Fixtures, &c., &c.
LORD & TAYLOR,
Nos. 255 to 261 GRAND STREET.
AND CHILDRENS’
DEPARTMENT.
BREAKFAST ROBES, and ROBES DE CHAMBRE,
UNDERCLOTHING, WEDDING OUTFITS. Chil
dren’s SUITS, HATS, and CAPS, ready made or made
to order.
LORD & TAYLOR,
Nos. 461 to 467 BROADWAY.
Nos. 255 to 261 GRAND STREET.
Nos. 47 and 49 CATHARINE STREET.
JJPHOLSTERY DEPARTMENT.
MATTRESSES, QUILTS, LACE CURTAINS, CUR
TAIN MATERIALS, REPS, DAMASKS, BROCA
TELLES, WINDOW SHADES, CORNICES, CORDS
AND TASSELS.
LORD & TAYLOR,
Nos. 461 to 467 BROADWAY,
Nos. 255 to 251 GRAND STREET,
Nos. 47 and 49 CATHARINE STREET,
Lake & McCreery,
No. 471 BROADWAY,
Have now on hand a splendid stock of
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS,
consisting of
IRISH LINENS. TABLE DAMASKS (all widths),
TABLE CLOTHS, NAPKINS,
BARNSBY SHEETINGS, 80, 90 and 100 inch.
Also, a large stock of Shirtings of all the best makes,
at much below regular prices.
Lake & mccreery,
No. <7l BROADWAY,
Have received per last steamer a splendid assortment of
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES,
consisting of all the latest novelties in
VALENCIENNES, REAL POINT,
CLUNY. MALTESE, POINT APPLIQUE,
BLACK THREAD AND GUIPURE LACES.
Also, a large and varied assortment of LACE HAND
KERCHIEFS, COLLARS AND SETS, at very low
prices.
JJAKE & McCREERY, No. 471 BROAD
WAY, would inform the ladies of New York that they
have just opened their
FALL IMPORTATION OF SILKS,
Comprising one of the largest and cheapest assort
ments to be found in the City, consisting of all the latest
novelties in
PLAIN AND FANCY SILKS,
SATINS, BROCADES,
MOIRE ANTIQUES, &c.,
At prices to suit the popular trade.
WAY.—On MONDAY, Sept. 30th, will make new addi
tions to their popular stock of DRESS GOODS, which
for variety and cheapness cannot be excelled in this
City, consisting of
IRISH AND FRENCH POPLINS,
(in all the new shades, plain and watered.)
EPINGLINES, SIAMS, EMPRESS CLOTHS,
ALL WOOL PLAIDS,
and other DRESS GOODS in great variety at very low
prices.
Q? SULLIVAN & GREIG,
WILL OPEN AT RETAIL,
On WEDNESDAY, Oct 2,1867,
their new ahd olegant
PARIS CLOAKS for AUTUMN AND WINTER,
including many novelties in
VELVET, CLOTH, SILK and REAL ASTRACHAN,
as well as a splendid stock of their
OWN MANUFACTURE, in every variety.
Also a complete stock in the
LADIES’ and CHILDREN’S OUTFITTING DE
PARTMENT.
N. B.—Owing to increased advantages they are
now enabled to offer their goods at very reasonable
prices. O’SULLIVAN & GREIG,
No. 771 Broadway, cor. of Ninth st.
T RILL, MOYNAN & CO.’S, NO.
275 and 277 GRAND STREET,
BETWEEN FORSYTH AND ELDRIDGE STREETS,
FOR THE NEXT SIXTY DAYS,
AT RETAIL,
A WHOLESALE STOCK OF
MERINOES,
EMPRESS CLOTHS,
BELGIAN POPLINS,
ALPACAS,
PARAMATTAS,
FRENCH AND
IRISH SILKS,
POPLINS,
And many other different makes of French and English
Manufactured
DRESS GOODS,
At less than
IMPORTER’S PRICES.
Also an elegant assortment of
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS.
BLANKETS, QUILTS,
BALMORAL SKIRTS,
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES,
AT POPULAR PRICES.
HILL, MOYNAN & CO.,
Nos. 275 and 277 GRAND STREET,
BETWEEN FORSYTH AND ELDRIDGE STREETS,
p OLDEN SKIRT.
TOOTH AKER’S,
No. 286 Bowery, cor. Houston st.
HOOP SKIRTS.
Twenty spring6oc. Thirty spring 80c.
Twenty-five spring7oc. Forty spring 90c.
Domestic Corsets, 50c., upward. French Corsets, sl,
upward.
No. 286 BOWERY,
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN SKIRT.
N. B.—Bear in mind we warrant all goods of CTi make,
and keep them in repair free of charge.
GOODS.
WHITNEY, THORNILEY & CO.,
Many years with Messrs. A. T. STEWART & CO.,
would respectfully inform their friends and former cus
tomers that they have opened the store
912 BROADWAY,
BETWEEN 20TH AND 21ST STREETS,
with a new and well-selected stock of Upholstery Goods,
Lace Curtains, Cornices, Window Shades, Venetian
Blinds, Housekeeping Goods, <fcc., &c.
Special attention given to making Curtains, Draperies,
Lambrequins, Mattresses, Spring Beds, Feathers, &c.
ADIES AND GENTLEMEN DESIR
ing first class musical instruction at a fair price
should call at No. 242 West Twenty-sixth street, between
Seventh and Eighth avenues. Lessons private. Circu
lars ready.
ATTRESSES, 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, allkinds of BEDSTEADS, both Wood and Iron,
COTS, <fcc. AU Goods sold are warranted to be as repre
sented.
VIOLIN, VIOLIN, VIOLIN LESSONS,
by the “ Aine.i an Puginini,” Ng, 212 West Tweu
trnfMU fttjet, a«K
JJLANKET AND FLANNEL DEPART-
MENT.
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
BLANKETS,
ALL QUALITIES AND SIZES 5
GENUINE SHAKER,
GILBERT,
ENGLISH PATENT,
AND OTHER POPULAR MAKES OF
FLANNELS;
PLAID AND STRIPED FRENCH
SHIRTING FLANN ELS;
IN GREAT VARIETY;
BLEACHED AND UNBLEACHED
CANTON FLANNELS;
NEW AND BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS IN
MARSEILLES QUILTS;
together with an extensive and varied stock of every de
scription of
LINENS,
WHITE GOODS,
AND
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS
IN GENERAL,
AT POPULAR PRICES.
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.
CANAL, CORNER MERCER STREET.
JNDIA SHAWLS.
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.
ABE NOW OITEBING
NOVELTIES
(Confined Styles) .
IN
LONG AND SQUARE INDIA CAMEL’S HAIR
SHAWLS,
FALL IMPORTATION, 18C7.
ALSO,
A FINE MNE OF
FRENCH CASHMERE,
PAISLEY,
SQUARE DOUBLE-FACED
FRENCH CASHMERE, and
STRIPED VELOUR
SHAWLS,
Together with a Fine Line of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC WOOL SHAWLS,
AT POPULAR PRICES.
CARAT, COR. MERCER ST.
J ACES AND EMBROIDERIES.
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & Co.
HAVE NOW OPEN A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
PARIS NOVELTIES,
• IN
POINT AND APPLIQUE SETS,
COLLARS,
HANDKERCHIEFS,
BARBES,
FLOUNCINGS,
TRIMMING LACES, EDGINGS, &c.
Point and Black Thread Lace Points,
THE FINEST STOCK IN THE CITY.
PARIS EMBROIDERIES, TRIMMINGS, &c.,
JIN GREAT VARIETY OF DESIGN AND PRICE
ALSO,
INFANT’S DEPARTMENT,
REPLETE WITH NOVELTIES. x.
CANAL. COR. MERCER ST.
JjIALL AND WINTER DRESS GOODS,
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.,’
Are now offering a choice selection of
NEW AND ELEGANT
DBESS GOODS,
Embracing
PLAIN AND FANCY MERINOES.
EMPRESS CLOTHS,
PLAIN AND PLAID IRISH AND FRENCH POP-
LINS, VELOURS, ABERDEEN AND FRENCH
WINCEYS, FRENCH PLAID VELOURS.
AND
GENUINE SCOTCH WOOL
CLOAKINGS,
Together with a superb variety in
PRINTED CASHMERE ROBE DE CHAMBRES,
(Confined styles.)
Also,
STRIPED CASHMERES BY THE YARD.
CANAL, COR. MERCER STREET.
gLAC'K SILKS.
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.
Have now open a superior line of
“PONSON’S” “BONNET, AND “ TAPISSItR’S”
CELEBRATED
DRAP DE FRANCE,
CASHMIR DE SOIE,
SATIN DE HOLLAND,
FAILLES,
DRAP DE LA SEINE,
MOURNING SILKS
IN ALL GRADES.
DRESS AND TRIMMING SATINS, &c., Ac.,
Manufactured and imported exclusively for their
RETAIL SALES,
and offering to purchasers the finest selection and at the
LOWEST PRICES
to be found in the city.
• CANAL, CORNER MERCER STREET.
A RNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.
HAVE NOW OPEN
THE FINEST SELECTION OF
FALL AND WINTER CLOAKINGS,
OVERCOATINGS,
ENGLISH MELTONS,
SCOTCH TWEEDS,
PLAIN AND FANCY CASSIMEBES,
VELVETEENS,
WEST OF ENGLAND CLOTHS, &c., &c.
ALSO,
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
NOVELTIES IN OPERA CLOAKINGS,
JUST RECEIVED.
CANAL, CORNER MERCER STREET.
T)LAIN AND FANCY
D RESS SILKS!
GOLD, SILVER AND SILK
EMBROIDERED DRESSES.
BROCADES, &.C.,
MANUFACTURED EXPRESSLY FOB OUR
RETAIL SALES.
THE FINEST SELBCTIQN OF
PLAIN SILKS, '
SATINS,
MOIRE ANTIQUES, &c.,
ever before offered in this markets,
AND AT POPULAR PRICES !
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & Co.,
CANAL, CORNER MERCER ST.
piNGLISH,
FRENCH, BALBRIGGAN AND GERMAN
HOSIERY,
THE LARGEST STOCK IN THE CITY.
UNDERGARMENTS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
FOB
LADIES, GENTS AND MISSES.
A FINE STOCK OF
LADIES’ and CHILDREN’S WORSTED NET GOODS,
Together with a splendid variety of
CENTS’ FURNISHINC GOODS, &C.,
ALL AT
EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES 1 1
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.,
CANAL, CORNER MERCER STREET.
EAKY ROOFS CURED WITH ELLE
RY’S INDIA RUBBER PAINT, 1)4 to 1 oenta a
foot, according to condition, and warranted. Principal
offices, Nos. 696 Grand street, 101 Nassau street, 153 Bow
ery, 375 Ninth avenue, 598 Sixth avenue, 11 South Sev
enth street, Williamsburvh, and corner of Oxford street
: | and avenue, J
Sunday Edition. Sept 29,
J YONS
CLOAKING VELVETS,
ALL WIDTHS AND QUALITIES.
BLACK AND COLORED
RIBBON VELVETS,
IN ALL THE VARIOUS QUALITIES and
BLACK AND COLORED
VELVETEENS,
FOR TRIMMINGS AND WALKING SUITS,
All of best manufactures, and
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.,
CANAL, CORNER MERCER STREET.
Milt Surf.
pATERSOiN RACES.
The Fifth Fall Meeting of the Passaic County Agricul«
tural Society commences
On TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1.
FIRST DAY’S RACING.
1. Trial Steeple Chase, for horses that nover won ft*.;
steeple chase or hurdle race: twice around the regular'®
• steeple chase course. 2. The Underwood Gift Mile ”
Heats. 3. The St. Leger for three year old, two miles *
and a quarter, 34 entries. 4. Selfing Race, all ages, mile
and a quarter.
SECOND DAY, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 2.
1. Steeple chase, for all herses, about three miles. 2.
Jersey Trial Stakes for two year olds; 25 entries, one j
mile and an eighth. 3. Premium $?00, all ages, mile
dash, 4. Premium S4OO for al] ages, two mile heats.
THIRD DAY, THURSDAY, OCT 3.
1. Hurdle race, two miles, eight hurdles. 2. Sequel
Stakes, two miles, for three year olds only, six subs. 3.
Nursery stakes for two year olds, one mile, 5 subs. 4.
Premium SSOO, mile heats, with allowances for beaten.
, horses,
The Erie railroad run special trains direct to the
Course each day at 8:30 A. J.j.; 10 A. M.; 11:15 A. M., re-f
turning when the races are over. .
No gambling allowed, no liquors sold, and no intoxi-* ,
cated persons admitted to the grounds.
K. B. CHISWELL, Secretary.
falls' ami gaudug. ”
W J. SAUSE’S DANCING ACADEMY,
I.VJL® masonic hall,
Nos. 114 and 116 EAST THIRTEENTH ST.,
. Near Fourth avenue. /w*
Evenings of Tuition Tuesdays and Fridays.
All Fashionable Dances taught. Private Lessons given.
Soiree on Tuesday, October Ist’.
O HOOKE’S DANCING ACADEMY, No.
O 361 BROOME STREET.
LADIES meet TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS,
from 3% to 6 P. M.
GENTLEMEN TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS at Mgh
1% to 10 P. M. -
WEDNESDAYS, and SATURDAYS,
3% to 61P. M.
SOIREE EVERY WEDNESDAY EVENING.
These elegant rooms to let for select balls ana sociables.
T LEONARD’S ~\ j
Qj? ® DANCING ACADEMY, cor. C9th st. and . J
3d avenue, will open Saturday, October 12, and con- w <■
tinue on Saturday only, until November 9; after V
that Wednesday and Saturday as usual. The first-1
Assembly will take place Monday, Nov. 11.
T?ERBERO’S DANCING ACADEMY.-'* l ®
fl Northwest corner of Twenty-Eighth street and Bi-
Broadway. E. FERRERO respectfully announces ‘t
that, after an absence of six years, he resumes the/fob
management of Ferrero’s Academy, in connectionMjußa
with Mme. D.breul. Open for instructions SATUR
DAY, October 5, at 4P. M. Circulars at the Academy.
(CENTRAL HALL,
> NOS. 57 AND 59 BOWERY.
This large and elegant ball room is now ready for balls. *'
concerts, etc.
Apply on the premises.
CVON ETTIS’ DANCING ACADEMY” .
• . MURRAY HILL, -
corner of Sixth avenue and Thirty-ninth st.
Classes now open for Ladies, Gentlemen and
Children. All the new and fashionable dances
taught.
JT. URIS’ DANCING ACADEMY fl
• Nos. 371 and 373 FULTON STREET,
BROOKLYN,
Opposite the City Hall,
WILL BE RE-OPENED SEPTEMBER 3d. MM ’
Classes for Gentlemen—Tuesday and Friday evenings,
from 8 to 10.
For Ladies, Misses and Masters—Wednesday and Sat«
urday afternoons. ,v
Private classes for Ladies and Gentlemen—Thursday
evenings.
Private lessons ban be taken in the morning, or ut any
time not occupied by the regular classes. Private school®
and classes instructed. For further particulars apply at*
Academy. The room can be hired by respectable parties.
HPRENOR’S NEW AND MAGNIFICENT
-0L DANCING ACADEMY, Nos. 723 to 727
SIXTH AVENUE, opposite Reservoir Park, sur- 'ey
passes anything of the kind ever erected in the ZT? *
city, as regards Location, Size and the Splendor
its appointments. Class will commence Oct. 9th. Mrst '
class entertainments, such as Balls, Concerts, Weddings.
Parlor Theatricals, &c., <fcc., can secure nights.
THILLGROVE’S FASHIONABLE I
® DANCING CLASSES, ♦
LATIMER HALL, Court street, near Degraw
street, South Brooklyn.
'SCHOOL DAYS - MONDAYS and THURS- *
DAYS, commencing October 3d, 1867. Terms for twenty— J
four lessons, $lO. ,
Circulars can be obtained at Lyons & Reagan’s
hardware store, Latimer Hall; at J. G. Latimer’s ’
store. No. 161 Atlantic street, near Clinton; and at Jas.
E. Lent’s music store, No. 359 Fulton street, near th©
City Hall.
CH. RIVER’S
® DANCING ACADEMY,
No. 33 SCHERMERHORN ST., cor. COURT,
will be opened for the reception of pupils and/Oa
formation of classes on and after
SEPTEMBER lOTH.
Send for circular.
Application may be made to A. SHERWOOD, at th©
rooms. Parties wishing to engage the rooms for Soiree.?
are invited to call.
Gothic hall ball room,
NO. 1«> ADAMS STREET, BROOKLYN, ft® <
Thoroughly renovated and renewed throughout. jaC 4
The largest and best fitted ball-room in the city;
now ready for rent. Apply as above, or at 57 Nas- ..
sau street, N. Y.G. M. ANDERSON.
>/TcALLISTER’S DANCING
IvJL MY-GOTHIC HALL, BROOKLYN.—
Classes now form.ng. Gentlemen—TUESDAY
and FRIDAY' EVENINGS. Ladies, Misses and
Masters—WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY AF-O&L
TERNOONS. Opening Soiree—THURSDAY, Septal
and every two weeks. Send for circular./
SAWYER’S ASSEMBLY ROOMS, COR*
ner of JAY STREET and FULTON AVE-
NUE, BROOKLYN.—TO LET, for Parlor En- W
tertainments, Social Soirees, etc., of the most re
spectable character only. Inquire as above. Ciddak 4
COURT ST , BROOKLYN, the Prgest and
dsomest ball-room in the city, will be ready Ggjf
for Balls, Parties, etc., on and after the sth inst. »
Inquire of CHAS. F. BUNCE, Phenix Dining
room, No. 5 Court street. »
, T%<ACPHERSON r S DANCING ACADE*;
IVJL MY, No. 193 BOWERY. C
Classes for Adults, TUESDAY and FRIDAY
Evenings; for Ladies and Children, WEDNES-jma -
DAY and SATURDAY Afternoons. Also, pri-L/Juaafc
vate classes Monday and Thursday evenings, for Gentta-S
men; and private lessons given every day to those
wish to learn quickly. All the new dances will be taught.
Send for a circular. Soiree every Monday evening. Thia '
Hall to let for balls, <fcc., on reasonable terms. ?
IV EW YORK - ASSEMBLY “ROOMS- '
Xal BROADWAY, between 28th and 29th streets.
To let for Balls, Weddings, Sociables, Lectures. Cob. "'/
certs, Meetings, Public JOinners, and first-class
i tain mentis day or evening. Apply on the premises. t
The books are also open for the coming Fa 1 ! season. v
E. FERRERO. \
OARPETS,
OIL CLOTHS, • ;
DRUGGETS, !
WINDOW SHADES, &c.
,'LARGB ASSORTMENT, LOW PRICES,
BEATTY * BOAK,
No. 8 FOURTH
COBWEB or’
. canal J
ST.,
BEDDING, NEwYoRXi’
FURNITURE, f
Of every description, *
Housekeepers or Persons t *
, Going to Housekeeping i
be supplied and can Pay by >
Weekly or Monthly
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UNION DIME SAVINGS’ BANK, Nos-'
396 AND 398 CANAL STREET, CORNER OB*.
LAIGHT.—Open daily from 10 to 3. Six per cent, inter*,,
est, free of tax, paid on $5 to $5,000,
Assets, $4,112,124 16. u '
EJMoney deposited before Oct. 20th Will bdftT
from Oct. Ist.' ♦ ■ \
Metropolitan savings ban Ki™
Nos. 1 AND 3 THIRD AVENUE.
BANK open from 10 to 2 P. M., and on MONDAYf%
WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS from 5 to 7 P.
Six Per Cent. Interest allowed, free from
Tax on sums of $1 to 85,000. ,
ISAAC T. SMITH. Presides!.
T. W. Lima, Secretary.
ITIZENS’ SAVINGS BANK};
S. W. corner of BOWERY and CANAL STREET.
Cent ' in l6 ™ B * 071 BUma "^ Ve vHMiF
* Ct ßank open every day for the reception of dOpOMfIS aSH
’ payments of money, from MAM.to 3P. M., and ah -W
on Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings, fro®? »
’/ ’
Seymour A. Bunce, Secretary. ...
TMTARKET SAVINGS BANK, NO.
It I NASSAU STREET.
&p£n daily from 10 to A. M. to 3 P. M., and QP '
I days and Thursdays from sto7P. M. f
SIX PER CENT INTEREST ALLOWED. '
DEPOSITS made during ANY MONTH wiU -
i mence to draw interest on the Ist day of the a u
I FOLLOWING. WILTJAM yAN NAME> presid
Calvin L. Goddard, i y; ce y
t Gershom Banker, >
HENRY K. Conklin, Secretary.
V, £952® fem •

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