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OUT OF IB (ffl.
Hj® Yearly Exodns Search for Cheap
Houses—What New Jersey Oilers.
' Although rather early in the season, there are all
the usual indications that a large proportion of our
populace will hie to the country this Spring, in
search of cheap houses. Exorbitant rents, in part
the consequence of our increased taxation, but more
especially owing to the rapacity of these large land
lords who hold a monopoly ot the dwellings of the
city, and who have successively raised the rentals of
their piles of brick and mortar, until none but men
of fortune can afford to live m a decent manner with
in our city limits. However, we did not start out
to tell what many of the readers of the Dispatch
know from actual experience, but rather to see what
chance there is for cheap houses in the country.
For very many years past numbers of our business
men have resided in the smaller towns of New Jer
sey, but it is only within the last few years that any
thing like the present influx of New Yorkers com
menced. Villages like Orange, New Brunswick, Pas
saic and others of the hosts that have sprung up on
the various lines of railway, were, until recently, com.
paratively unknown. With a forethought that speaks
well for their sagacity and business tact, the manage
ment of nearly all of these New Jersey lines decided at
an early day to put down the way-fare and commuta
tion rates on their lines to the lowest possible limit,
in order to increase as much as possible the way-tra
vel. The wisdom of this course has been amply vin
dicated. Villages along the lines of the Jersey Cen
tral and Northern Railroad have sprung up as if by
magic. x
With all its faults of management, in other re
spects, even the Erie railroad has been well managed
in this, and, as a consequence, while the other sec
tions of the road have been steadily running the
company further into debt, the eastern section has
been making money, and its receipts have been
steadily increasing.
We propose to give the rates of commutation from
New York to a few of the leading villages, the num
ber of trains each day, and the rentals, and other
matters of interest. We will commence with
THE ERIE RAILROAD.
As already stated above, it is only recently that the
management of the Erie railroad have become alive
io the large way travel that could be built up at this
end of the route by a liberal rate of commutation,
lake all of the New Jeasey roads, the Erie labors un
der the disadvantage of having to traverse several
miles of marsh land, which for several years at least,
will be unfit for building purposes. The first village
on this route is that formerly known as Boiling
Spring, now transformed into Rutherford Park. A
party of New York capitalists, about one year and a
half ago, bought up a large tract of land on the out
skirts of the little village, and divided it up into
building lots, selling one-half of them at a cheap rate,
and holding the remainder for a rise. Only build
ings of a certain description are to be allowed to be
erected on the land thus sold, and as a consequence,
a thrifty and respectable community have sprung
into being in a comparatively short time, A large
hotel has been erected, especially designed for Sum
mer boarders. Lots may be obtained here at prices
varying from $250 to SI,OOO, according to location,
and in most cases these may be obtained on long I
time, at easy rates. 1
Ten trains pass this point daily, while the rate of <
•ommutation per year is only $49 25, less than one- J
third the amount charged for the same distance on 1
Lpjjg Isiand J
* One of t£e loveliest village tjw line Qf the
Erie road is that of Passaic, the home of many of our
New York business men. Only twelve miles distant
from New York, it can be reitched in half an hour from *
any of the down-town ferries, and is really nearer,
©r, what amounts to the same thing, can be reached 3
sooner from below Canal street than any part of New
York above Fifty-fourth street. Rents are compara
tively moderate, ranging for cottage houses from I
S4OO to $1,266, and parts of houses in proportion.
The same number of trains pass daily as at Ruther
ford Park, and the commutation fare per year is ’
$54 50.
Clifton is another small village that is growing j
rapidly. Located but fourteen miles from New York, |
and with five trains stopping there daily, it affords j
Bn opporlunity for a cheap home not often obtained.
Paterson is too well known to require much com- 1
ment from us. But seventeen miles from this city, it <
is reached daily by seventeen trains, and the commu
tation rate is at the remarkably low figure of $69 75
per annum. Good houses may be obtained at from
S4OO to SBOO yearly rental. Of course, if one wishes "
to go into higher figures he can be accommodated.
Building has already been commenced with vigor, j
and will probably be continued during the season. 1
Norwood, two miles beyond Paterson, is of recent <
growth; in fact, it is scarcely more than a hamlet as ]
yet. But two trains stop there, but as the place 1
grows older this number will be increased. Build- ’
ing lots are offered for small sums, comparatively j
speaking, and for a man who wishes to live out of ’
town, few better opportunities are offered. 1
Three years ago, the station of Ridgewood, twenty- ;
two miles from New York, consisted of the company’s J
depot building, a store, and dwelling, both the latter f
being owned by the depot-master. Since that time a J
number of persons have erected dwellings, those are 1
being joined by others, and to-day it is one of the ’
most promising little villages on the line of the Erie 1
road. Unfortunately, some of those who hold land *
in the vicinity of the depot are asking inordinately ■
high prices for it, hoping to become suddenly rich. '
In this undue haste to acquire riches they are, of 1
course, retarding the prosperity of the village. Four i
trains stop here daily, and the rate of commutation is
seventy-six dollars per year. The distance from New <
York is twenty-two miles.
There are several other villages on the line of this
road, but we have not time or space to designate
them all, 1
NEW JERSEY CEN TRAL RAILROAD. I
I
Until the liberal man agement of the Erie railroad f
was called to the attention of the public, the New 3
Jersey Central railroad was the favorite line leading
from New York, Early appreciating the fact that any
traffic really paid the best, the company endeavored,
by low rates of commutation, to secure for the vil-
''• “-long their routes, within easy distance ol New *
v ork "W? of the surplus population that
A g ooa - each succeeding year. Their
leavKthis great city o- o, d
efforts have been crowned wxtu have 6e _
vapid locomotion and good accommu.
cured for the company a permanent way-u.. -
forms no mean figure in their yearly receipts,
this is constantly being added to. We can only give |
a few of the many villages on the line of this road, Siid
£he rates} of commutation yearly. j
Communijjaw and Clermont, situated respectively
one and two miles from this city, can scarcely be 5
considered more than the suburbs of Jersey City.
Eighteen trains stop here daily, and the rate of com-
mutation per annum is SSO.
Greenville is a pleasant little village, four miles -
from this city. Nineteen trains stop there daily, and t
the commutation is but SSQ. Good lots may be ob- *
tained a short distance from the depot, at a reason- j
able figure. The majority of the residences are
owned by the occupants. J
Ramapo and Centreville, situated five and six
miles respectively from this city, present about the 3
aame features of attractiveness as Greenville. The
rate of commutation is the same.
Bergen Point, seven and a half miles from this city, (
Is fast becoming a place of considerable size. Easy
Of access—twenty-two trains stopping there daily—it i
offers even greater attractions to those desiring
cheap houses than many places nearer the city. The i
rate of commutation is SSO.
partly on account of its manufacto- •
ries and location, is fast becoming a place of import- 3
nnce. Within the last two years many manufactories 1
have been removed from this city there on account of
the cheapness of the ground as compared with this
city, and because the facilities for the shipment of
goods were, in most cases, fully equal to those of
this city. In addition, it is the home of many of our
business men, clerks, etc., who find it cheaper to live
there, while it is fully as easy of access, and actually 1
requires less time to reach from down-town than any
point above Thirty-fourth street m this city. It is
distant but eleven miles from New York. Twenty-two
trains stop there daily, and the commutation is fifty
dollars yearly.
Elizabeth is an old town, thirteen and a half miles
from this city, and is reached by thirty-two trains
daily, two railroad lines passing through it. The
rate of commutation is fifty-five dollars. So much is
known of Elizabeth that it would hardly be necessary
to repeat it here. Like its neighbor, Elizabethport,
it is the chosen home of many New Yorkers. Bents
are moderate as compared with those charged here.
Good houses can be obtained at from S3OO to SSOO.
Roselle, distant fifteen miles; Cranford, sixteen
miles; Westfield, nineteen miles; and Plainfield,
twenty-four miles from New York, are all pleasant
places, possessing those requisites for the enjoyment
©f country life, good society, good schools, and good
churches. They are reached by ten trains daily, and
the commutation ranges from slxty-four to eighty
dollars, according to situation.
Many other places there are on the line of this road,
but the above are the only ones we have space to give.
Cruelty To a Horse. —Some mem
bets of the police have a moat tender feeling for that
noble animal, the horse, approaching almost to worship.
Michael Farrel, of the Fifth Precinct, exhibited yester
day in the sessions astonishing tenderness, for the ani
mal. Ue charged Jacob Van Riper, driver of a truck
With cruelty to animals. He said the horse was limping,
and sweating considerably. On making a thorough ex
«nriaati«m of thg horse, h« found little swelling. Xh >
was a cold day, and the horse trembled. The horse, h
thought, was in great pain, it groaned and sweated, an
trembled. It walked a little lame, and drew abou
twenty-five hundred. The court asked Farrel if h
hadn’t seen men tremble. Yes. If he hadn’t seen purs
men sweat. Yes. If he hadn’t seen lame men carry
heavy load. Yes. If he had not heard people groa
from the toothache. Yes. The court saw no evidenc
to convict, the horse had no sore. The accused was ac
quitted.
Office of the N. Y. Dispatch, 1
Saturday, February 27. )
Like the victory at Vicksburg during the war has bee:
the decisive effect of General Grant’s utterances and th
action of Congress during the past week in regard t<
keeping the nation’s faith with the nation’s creditors
and from this time forward there is but little doubt bu
we shall steadily and perceptibly advance towards specie
payments. It is true that the decline in gold has no
been as rapid as could have been expected, for the pre
mium should not now, taking in consideration the prici
of bonds, be above 20 per cant.; but there has been ;
decline of 2 @ 3 per cent, during the week, and were i
left to natural causes it would have been much greater
The excessive importations of the past year have callee
away such large quantities of gold that the supply here i
light, and quite within the capacity of the speculators t<
“handle;” but now and for the past two weeks the ship
ments of gold have been very light, while the exports o:
government bonds have been very heavy. It is probable
however, that the law prohibiting any further issue o:
bonds will be enacted before next Thursday, and thii
hitherto inexhaustible reserve will be quickly sjunded.
and then both bonds and greenbacks will quickly advance
to par. There is, therefore, the best possible reason foi
the wild excitement to buy government bonds, which
grevailed at the Stock Exchange this morning, and the
eavy purchases made by the agents of foreign bankers
shows that the supply of these bonds will soon be within
the sum demanded for home investments.
Tne Public Credit bill, as it is called, of Mr. Schenck,
passed the House of Representatives by a vote ot 119 to
61. It provides that the gold-bearing bonds shall be
paid in gold, or its equivalent, and that no attempt r-hall
be made to pay them until specie payments have been
resumed. The Senate Finance Committee have made
this declaration even more explicit, and will probably
pass the bill on Monday, besides legalizing gold con
tracts. The bill of Mr. Hooper, prohibiting all new
issues of bonds except those issued to the Pacific Road,
will probably be agreed to also before the close of the
session, and this is just as much work (and no more) as
the commercial community generally desire, as it is cer
tain that nothing of this legislation is in any way wrong.
It does not go far enough to suit many, but is eminently
safe and judicious.
The sales this morning are at 116@116% for coupon
sixes of 1881, as compared with 114 on Saturday last; live
twenties of 1862, 118% —an advance of 4 per cent, since
Saturday last, and the same relative advance was sus
tained throughout the list.
Tne gold room speculation is inactive, and the price
is weakly held, sales being made this morning to 130%,
but the price afterward advanced to 131%.
I’he rates of interest for money are a trifle lower than
they were a week since. Call loans are made by bank
ing houses at from 5 to 7 per cent, and on prime two
months paper the rate is 7@B per cent. For- longer
da r es the rate is B@9 per cent; ana for second class paper
from 9to 15 per cent. The banks are pretty well sup
plied with currency and are freely meeting the wants of
their customers, which, however, are not very large as re
mittances are coming in freely from the South, and
somewhat better from the West.
m the railway share market there is little activity,
speculation being mainly directed to Government secu
rities. Ine fluctuations of Pacific Mail have attracted
some attention, but the cliques having it in charge have
been unable to make any great raid on the market. The
principal railway lines do not invite investments just
now, for t.ie rates for through freight have been cut
Sown to so low a figure as to net a heavy loss. The Erie,
New York Central, and Pennsylvania Central, are the
inncipal contestants in this competition for “ through”
reight, and they have each leased and bought up inter
ests in various lines as feeders. The Erie has bought a
me of propellers to run from Buffalo on Lake Erie, and
tne N.Y. Central also proposes to do the same. The
iresent result ol this contest is that freight can be sent
? ot. Louis and almost any point West, cheaper than to
buffalo and places in N. Y. State aud Pennsylvania.
Merchants are now taking advantage of this fact, and a
jreat improvement in business during the past week is
lOticeable in consequence. The. following are to-day’s
trices: Pacific Mail, 102: N. Y. Central, 165%; Erie.
Hanem, J 36; Reading, 92%; Pittsburgh, 91%; Mi
ilugan Southern, 97%. Fort Wayne, 123%; and Bock
Bland, 126%.
■lu the dry doods trade there has been a largo increase
1 business, at prettsjaearly the same prices, though the
aarket is not firm. "The imports of foreign dry goods
Luring the week have been very heavy, and, with the
urge stocks already held, and the declining premium on
:old, it is probable that the prices of these fabrics must
lechne.
DIED.
MONTGOMERY—At No. 522 Tenth avenue, on the 27th
inst., of scarlet fever, Isabella, only daughter of Capt.
W. 8. Montgomery.
Members of the Caledonian Club, Metropolitan Chap
ter, No. 140, Scotia Lodge, No. 634, and 79th Regiment
and Veteran Association are respectfully invited to at
tend the funeral, at 1 o’clock P. M., Sunday, Feb. 28
JsFSei’gHicli.—Alfred Charles Sedgwick,
nd HARRIET SEDGWICK, son and daughter of
ILFRED SEDGWICK, formerly a Clerk in the Gen
ral Post Office, London, England, and who are entitled
o certain legacies under the will of Mr. Charles Chap
iell, late or Cancell Cottages, Cowley Road, Brixton,
mrrey, England, deceased, are requested immediately
o communicate with Messrs. GURNEY <t SON, of No.
, Furnival’s Inn, Holborn, London. England, the solici
ors for the executors of the said Charles Chappell who
re winding up the esiate of the deceased.
GURNEY & SON, Solicitors,
No. 7 Furnival’s Inn, London, England.
Office of the Commissioners off Taxes
LND ASSESSMENTS, No. 32 Chambers street, New
Cork, January 4, 1869.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.—Notice is hereby given
hat the Assessment Rolls of the Real and Personal Es
ate of the City and County of New York, for the year
869, will be oven for insvcction and revision on and after
Monday, January 11, 1869, and will remain open till the
Otb day of April, 1869, for the correction of errors and
he equalization of the asssessments of the aforesaid
eal and personal estate of the City and County of New
cork. Ail persons believing themselves to be aggrieved
aust make application to the Commissioners during the
leriqd above mentioned, in order to obtain the relief
>rovided by law. Tne act of 1859 provides that “ during
he time the books shall be open to public inspection,
;s hereinbefoio provided, application may be made by
.ny person considering himself aggrieved by the as
essed valuation of his real or personal estate, to have
he same corrected. If such application be made in re
ation to the assessed valuation of real estate, it must be
aade in writing, stating the ground of objection thereto,
nd thereupon the Commissioners shall examine into
he complaint, and if, in their judgment, the assessment
3 erroneous, they shall cause the same to be corrected,
f such application be made in relation to the assessed
aluation of personal estate, the applicant shall be ex
mined under oath by the said Commissioners, who shall
•e authorized to administer such oaths, or any of them;
nd if, in his or their judgment, the assessment is erro
ieous, they shall cause the same to be corrected, and fix
he amount of such assessment as they may believe to
ie just, and declare their decision thereon within thirty
lays after such application shall have been made to
hem. No reduction shall be made by the Board of Su
pervisors of any assessment Oh ml di* personal estate
mnosed under this act, unless it shall appear, under
ath or afllrination, that the party aggrieved was unable
0 attend within the period prescribed for the correction
1 taxes, by reason 01 sickness or absence from the city.”
) Commissioners of
J. W. BROWIJ, t Taxes and
C. M. DEPEW, ) Assessments.
gST Fonnsl at Last—ss,ooo Reward for a
'AI LURE .—A safe, Sure, never failing and harmless
preventive without medicine, or in any way interfering
VtiWITC agrees with stamp enclosed,
IME. VAN BUSKIRK, Physician and Midwife, No. 4‘z
t. Mark’s Place, Eighth street, near Second Avenue,
tew York City.-
—— . ...
£3s**Beautiful Contiguous Gum
SETS OF TEETH.
LIBBER PLATE, WlfH PLUMPERS, $lO.
Extracting Under Gas Without Charge,
When Others are Inserted.
DR. BODINE, No. 190 Grand st.
a. ■ ——
3 ROADWAY PROPERTY TO LET.—
Three splendid stores near Broome street. Apply
i H. BLUNT, No. 484 Broadway, Room No. 2.
PRIVATE LIBRARY, MONDAY AND
TUESDAY EVENINGS, at 7 o’clock, comprising a
elect and choice collection of miscellaneous Literature,
esteditions of Standard Works, many in fine bindings;
Iso a valuable assortment of Law Books, io be sold by
action at the Clinton Hall (Aster Place) Sale Rooms ana
Lrt Galleries.
LEAVITT. STREBETGII & CO.
Catalogues ready and books on Exhibition.
EXECUTOR’S SAJ.E
)F THE EFFECTS OF THE LATE MR.E.LEUTZE,
Comprising
iOOKS, PAINTINGS, ETCHINGS, DRAWINGS,
ANTIQUE FURNITURE. GUNS, SWORDS,
COSTUMES, Ac.
Also,
A FINE COLLECTION OF PAINTINGS,
Contributed by the
ARTISTS’ MITTU AL AID SOCIET Y,
ror the benefit of Mrs. Leutze, and painted expresrly for
his sale, embracing the following artists:
Hays, Wier. Wm. Hart, Brown, Guy, Cropsey. Parley,
L M. Hart, Stone, De Haas, White, Beard, Irving, Col
nan, Whittredge, Gray, Limbdin, Ward, McEntee; and
Iso other Paintings contributed to this sale for the ben
ifit of Mrs. Leutze by Huntington Durand, Eastman,
lohnson, Kensett, Lang, Casilear, Baker, Gifford, Fal
!oner, Homer, Rothermel, Taft, Bispham, Terry, Eh
linger, &c.
The whole to be sold at auction, without reserve, at
he
CLINTON HALL BOOK SALEROOMS AND
ART GALLERIES.
ON THURSDAY AND FR.DAY EVENINGS,
March 4 and 5, 1869,
At 7% o’clock.
LEAVITT, STREBUIGH 4 CO.,
Clinton Hall, Astor Place, New York.
Catalogues ready and goods on exhibition day and
evening.
UNTER’S GUIDE AND TRAPPER’S
COMPANION. New edition, revised, enlarged. 20
aew Becipes added. All about Hunting, Trapping, and
Fishing, Tanning and Coloring Hit’cs and Fars. 10,009
?old in 12 weeks. Beware of imitations. A neat book,
54 pp. only 25 cents; 6 for postpaid. Address
HUNTER A CO., Publishers,
HINSDALE, N. H.
STAR SPANGLED BANNER.—I,OOO of
the splendid Engraving “PAST AND FUTURE,”
riven away every week. As 2 Engraving and a splendid
10 column Ledger size paper a uto’e year for onlv 75
jents. Monty refunded to all not satisfied. Engraving
sent on roller, with first No. of paper.
NOW IS THE TIME. A whole year’s paper and
splendid Engraving only 75 cents. Specimens, <fcc., for 6
cents. Address
STAR SPANGLED BANNER,
HINSDALE, N. H.
A LARGE NUMBER OF NEW AND
second-hand Billiard Tables, with our improved
combination cushions, which have been proved to be tiio
xno-t correct and durable cuehions ever made. Speci
mens of our tables that have been in consiant use for
many years may be seen in the principal hotels and sa
loons in this city. Parties intending to purchase will
find it to their interest to call and examine our stock,
which is the largest and finest in the world. Boys’ Bil
liard Tables, PHELAN <fc COLLENDER,
Tip, 73§ Broadway, New Yghk,
Near Astor Flace.
NEW YORK DISPATCH.
ut " "
he O L YMPIO THEATRE—Begins at 8.
V 9 Les.-ee and ManagerJAS. E. HAYES
Business ManagerDAN. SYMONS
t a 400 400 . 400 400 400 400 400
an ™ BfUItPTY DUMPTY’S
400 FOUR HUNDRjftH FA.LL 400
108 “OFF THE WALL,”
ic- 400 TO AUDIENCES THAT NEVER 400
„ FALL OFF AT A LI,.
400 SECOND VOLUME. SECOND VOLUME. 400
HUMPTY (Four hundredth tune—and ) T VOX
DUMPTY i hundreds of times more, j GEO. L. FOX.
[ 400 Pantaloon the same tim ;-honored>, C. K. Fox. 400
♦ TRICKS. funny effects.
400 FUNNY DOINGS, FITNNY CARICATURES. 400
Tai; ABTISIIC Mdlle. sangali.
400 ’SIGNOR COSTA’S UNIQUE BALLETS. 400
MATCHLESS TRANSFO RMATION.
MATINEES WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY.
en 400 4€0400 400 400 400
he TSROADWAY THEATRE.
to JL» ADMISSIONSO CENTS,
■s „ LAST WEEK OF MLLE. ZOE.
MLLE. ZOE IN TWO PIECES, MLLE. ZOE.
Ut ASD GB !, ’AT ATTRACTION i
io MONDAY, EACH EVENING, AND SATURDAY
MATINEE,
~, THE FRENCH SPY.
e " ) MTTF (MATHILDE,
co S T. ALME.f | HENRI ST. ALME,
ARAB BOY. S (ARAB BOY.
. m During the piece, the
it GREAT COMBAT Willi MOHAMMED AND FOUR
■r. mT-r -n-. ALGhißlA.i’iiS.
n THE WEPT OF THE WISH-TON-WISH.
id NARAMATTAH MLLE. ZOE
is o . m JSI DAY^ZO ®’S FAREWELL BENEFIT.
SATURDAY-LAST ZOE MATINEE—FRENCH SPY.
On MONDAY, March Bth, first appearance since
, U1:l -‘ GREAT EURdPEAN SUCCESS
of vhe beautiful comedienne,
e . MISS KATE REIGNOLDS,
when will be produced, for the first time in New York, a
s new play by Cheltenham, written for her.
rl, SHADOW OF A CRIME.
GRACE HOLDENMiss KATE REIGNOLDS
Jr With the sparkling comedy of
;h t RICHELIEU AT SIXTEEN.
10 RICHELIEUMis 3 KATE REfGNOLDS
rg Box-book open on Monday, March Ist.
“ IVIBDO’S GARDEN. ,
Managers.... JA RRETT A PALMER.
° COMPLETE SUCCESS.
>e 1 ifth week of tne Triumphant Engagement of the
11 LYDIA THOMPSON
n TROUPE,
, e o ~ M.vPA* every Evening during the week at
'y A • M., will be presented the gorgeous Oriental
i- Fairy Spectacular Burlesque Extravaganza written by
w h ENBY B. Farnie, entitled
1, I’UK FORTY THIEVES, THE FORTY THIEVES;
“ ™Jfc S: ? KIKING OIL IN FAMILY jars.
3 ELEGANT COSTUMES.
•- BEAUriFUL MUSIC, SUPERB APPOINTMENTS.
f - MARCHES, NOVEL TABLEAUX,
y A CORPS DE BALLET OF SIXTY LADIES,
AND
3 HUNDRED AUXILIARIES.
> FORTY THIEVES MATINEE SATURDAY, AT 2.
0 ~——————————
- BOOTH’S THEATRE.
23d street, between sth and 6th avenues.
e Fourth week of
’ MH, EDWIN BOOTH
i in SHAKSPERE’S Tragedy of
0 ROMEO AND JULIET.
■ 5JL SS .?? A ,-2. Y McVTCKAR, miss fanny morant,
’ MR. MARK SMITH, Mr. D. W. W A 1.14 T<
F MR. EDWIN ADAMS,
: ROMEO AND JULIET MATINEE
ON SATURDAY NEXT, AT OWE.
SATURDAY EVENING,
L MR. EDWIN ADAMS
I AS
j NARCISSE,
j Doors open at 7%; to commence at %to 8 o’clock,
t Seats secured six days in advance at the Box Office of
t the Theatre, or at its BRANCH TICKET OFFICE, at
the Music store of C. H. DiTSON & CO., No. 711 Broad*
» Qfch® l ; plays are in the course of elaborate preparation,
. and will be produced during the season.
i OROUGHAM’S THEATRE,
’ Twenty-fourth st., next Fifth Avenue Hotel
> On MONDAY, March Ist, and EVERY EVENING
Appearance of the now Vocalist.
; V , ?i lss JENNY Ki mb al.
’ who will make her dehut in
’ , JENNY LIND.
> Great success of
Greeted ni g ht^v OCAH 9 NTAS ‘
CROWDED HOUSES, with
THUNDERS OF APPLAUSE.
. INTERESTING AMUSEMENT!
, On MONDAY MARCH Bth,
will be produced after Archaeological prcpiratfon,
l A GRAND SHAKSPEAREAN SIMPLIFICATION,
to be called
MUCH ADO ABOUT I
A MERCHANT OF VENICE ;
in which Mr. Brougham will have an irreverent shy at
Doors open £ at 8 P. M.
Box office open from BA. .tq{jp. M.
Paicticulab Notice. -t-Jhe Manager respectfully an
nounces to the public, tftat he is necessarily compelled
to postpone the production ot tne
NEW, GORGEOUS PANTOMIME
- OF THE
SEVEN DWARFS,
as heretofore announced, until
MONDAY, MARCH BTH,
in order to give the artists and machinists full opportu
nity to present it in a
_ Complete and perfect manner.
During the present week the brilliant Female Gym- i
nast, |
SENORITA sangrino,
unequaled in her 2Bnal Feats on the
FLYING TRAPEZE, j
which has won for her the distinguished appellation of
the
QUEEN D’ATHLETE. <
Also, the celebrated
HERCULES, LIBBY,
in his won lerful FEATS with the
CANNON BALLS,
Weighing 32, 40, and 56 pounds weight. In connection 1
with which will bo given the amusing sketch of
PUNCH AND JUDY,
imported from France a'.d accompanied by HERCULES
LII3BT the EXPERIENCED VENTRILOQUIST.,
The dramas of ,
FOOTMARKS TN THE SNOW,
AND
DOG OF THE PIRATE SHIP.
- SONGS. DANCES, &C. J
NEW YORK CIRCUS. I
Fourteenth street, opposite Academy of Music. 1
B. LENTDIRECTOR.
MATINEE AT 2%. .
WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. >
EVERY NIGHT AT 8,
AND AT BOTH THE MATINEES, 1
will be presented a singularly (
BRILLIANT AND VARIED PROGRAMME,
which will be found to comprise
MORE STRIKING FEATURES OF
RAKE AND REMARKABLE MERIT
than have ever been combined in any similar entertain
ment, in Europe or America. The great Spanish cerial
ists, THE BROTHERS RIZEBALT,
whose unparalleled perfprm' uces are received on every
occasion with
UNBOUNDED ENTHUSIASM,
will appear at every enter! ainment in their
NOVEL AND ASTOUNDING FEATS
UPON THE FLYING TRAPEZE!
DASHING BAREBACK EQUITATION
BY MLLE. CAROLINE ROLLAND.
MAGNIFICENT FOUR-HORSE ACT
BY MR. ROBERT STICKNEY.
GRAND BAREBACK S TEEPLE-OHASE ACT ■
BY THE GREAT MELVILLE AND INFANT SON.
THE UNEQUALED TROUPE OF
RIDERS, CLOWNS. GYMNASTS AND ACROBATS ,
IN SCENES OF EXCITING INTEREST. 1
mHEATKK — j
JL No. 514 Broadway; opposite the St. Nicholas Hotel.
V» HUE & SPENCER...Proprietors r -
Manager Mr. WM. H. LINGARD
THE PUBLIC AND THE PRESS
ACCORD THE MOST UNANIMOUS PRAISE
IN FAVOR OF THE GREAT BURLESQUE
PLUTO. PLUTO. PLUTO. J
Pronounced the LIVELIEST, MOST ELEGANT I
AND LEST BURLESQUE EVER PRODUCED.
SPLENDID MUSIC, SUPERB SCENERY.
AND GORGEOUS COSTUMES,
UN EQUALED IN AMERICA. !
THE UNRIVALED ALICE DUNNING, AS ORPHE
US. THE FAVORITE AND INIMITABLE LIN
GARD, in several New Songs and Sketches.
MR. GEO. C. BONIFACE,
MISS ETHEL NORMAN, MISS D. LINGARD,
MISS LENA ED WIN. MISS LILLIE I
MR. GEO. ATKINS, <tc., <tc. '
In active preparation, “ Pou Cesar De Bazan,” which
vyjll 6fe9rtly W » of magnifi-
Matifide every Saturday afternoon, commencing at 2
o’clock.
AVERLEY THEATRE. '
Ng., ' Broadway, opposite N. Y. Hotel.
eVerV Nififii 1 anlj Saturday matinee.
House crowded nightly to witness
THE GREATEST BURLESQUE ACTRESS
of the time,
ELISg UQL'b,
And her charming troupe, with a
DOUBLE COMEDY COMPANY,
r- and the
RIGL SISTERS, BETTY ANp EMILY. I
Byron’s las£ and greatest burlesque,
LUCRETIA BORGIA. M. D.,
Preceded by a capital farce.
Doors open at a quarter-past 7; commence at 8.
Box Office open from 9 till 4 P. M,
STEINWAY HALL. Sunday Concerts.
THEODORE THOMASDirector.
TICKETS 30 CENTS.
RESERVED SEATS. EXTRA 25 CENTS.
THIS (SUNDAY) EVENING, FEB. 28, AT 8.
FOURTEENTH GRAND CONCERT.
The following array of artists will appear, together with
THEODORE THOMAS’
UNRIVALLED ORCHESTRA.
MME. E. GUERETTI, Soprano
(By kind permission of Mr. J. Grau);
MB. AUGUST ARNOLD, Pianist.
(His first appearance).
MR. OTTO SINGER, Accompanist.
1. Overture, “Magic Flute” Mozart
2. Allegretto, 7th Symphonyßeethoven
3. Concerto, G minor, Op. 25Mendelssohn
• 4. Ave ManaGounod
For Soprano, Solo Violins, Piano and Organ.
5, Reign, seliger Geister und Furientanz,
1 6. Overture, “Robespierre”.Libtolff
7. Grand Polonaise, A flat Chopin
8. Traaumerei, by particular request *... .Schumann
9. Aria, Dragon de VillarsMaillart
10. Grand Polonaise, Struensee .Meyerbeer
F~ IRSTAPPEARANCE OF THE BE AIL
tiful and charming comedienne,
, MISS KATE REIGNOLDS,
1 Bine Cher brilliant engagements in London and the prin
cipal English cities,
i AT THE BROADWAY THEATRE,
on the Sth of March, in a new play, written expressly for
her by C. S. Cheltenham, Esq., und called
“THE SHADOW OF A CRIME,”
and the great Eeignolds specialty, the delightful come
t dietta of
0 “RICHELIEU AT SIXTEEN.”
[ During her recent engagement at the Boston Theatre,
) Miss Reignolds nad great success in “The Shadow of a
Crane,” and the press, as well as the public, were em
’ phatic in their endorsements.
WHAT THE PAPERS SAID:
“ Undoubtedly equal to the best of the many sensation
- plays produced of late.” “The plot is really ingenious,
s and it is impossible not to be .interested in ns story. The
i audience was large, intent, and rail in its enthusiasm.”
1 “There can be no doubt that the drama is sure oi a de
-5 cided success.” “Of absorbing interest, the plot ises
e ceedingly ingenious.” “ Destined to hold a pliice on the
b stage for many years.” “Itis of decided interest. The
a plot is ingenious, but not too complicated.’’
I BOX-iSHEET OPEN MARCH I, AND SEATS MAY
0 BE SECURED Sl* DAV'S IN JE.
IRVING HALL, IRVING HALL.
THIS (SUNDAY) EVENING—GRAND CONCERT.
“ MRS. AN \E KEMP BOWLER, Contralto.
MRS. ARNOLD, Pianiste.
MR. BROOKHOUSE BOWLER, Tenor.
MB. ARNOLD, Violinist.
MR. G. W. COLBV, Accompanist.
MENDELSSOHN ORCHESTRAL UNION.
MR. ED. MOLLENHAUER, (
MB. H. B. DOD WORTH, I Conductors.
And MR. J. LEVY, the great Cornet Soloist.
Tiqkel s6U ce^ts; reserved teats, 59 cents extra.
HO! YE MASQUERADERS! LOOK
OUT FOR THE MARCH NO. OF NICK NAX!
BEAUTIFQb PHOTOGRAPHS
)JL of handsome Ladies and Gentlemen, sent on
receipt of 10c. Addresi, Ni Y« PICTURE CO., No. 69
4 Wall street, New York. /
T T~EAKY ROOFS CURED~ "
[1 JU with Bubb.er Paint, one and a half to two cents a foot
. according to condition and warran.ea. Branch offices.
£ J. E. HATCH & 00., No. 375 Ninth avenue; GEO. W.
CGGER, No. 89 Broadway, Williomsburgh. Principal
office, No. 596 Grand street, N. Y.
ELLERY &
A CADEMY OS MUSIC.—IT A LIA N
( A OPEfiA.
S Director jjax MARETZEK.
S KELL O C G .
’ (Monday), March i.
NINNTH SUBSCRIPTION NIGHT,
FAUST,
1 wt . following unprecedented cast).
MARGHEBIT a ..MISS CLAItA LOUISA KELLOGG
’ MADAME KOSA CELLINI
j FAUbT HERB HaBELMANN
a t T.SIS O J V3I I sin S 3n Italian lor the first time.)
) VALENTIN;SIG. OBLANDINI
) MEPHISTOPUELES—SIG. ANTONUCCI
CONDUCTORMAX MABETZED.
In the Kirmess scene,
) MDLL’S WHSMEAL and ZUCOOLL
c , WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3,
second appearance this season of
Miss CLARA LOUISA KELLOGG,
In Rossini’s Charming Comic Opera,
IL BARBIESE DI SEVIGLIA.
FRIDAY, MARCH 5, BY REQUEST,
MAD. AMMA DE LA QLiAMGE,
L’ AFRICAINE.
SATURDAY, MARCH S, 1 P. M„
GRAND KELLOGG MATINEE.
Seats now tor sale at the Academy ot Music, Schirmer’s,
<Ol Rvoadway, and x\'o. 114 Broadway,
W GRAND BAJu D’OPERA, EASTER TUESDAY,
MARCH 30.
MUSEUM.
TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY IN THE THEATRE.
Afternoon, at 2. Evening, at 8 o’clock.
Dntirely new Bill of Entertainment for the week. Con
tinuation 0. the engagement of the great popular favor-
MR. and MRS. W. J. FLORENCE,
and the unequaled
, r , MOKLACCHI TROUPE.
e“e A rTd E N every EVENJNG,
Great Hit, SATURDAY MATINEE,
1 m.’., or u the fl ’ he 2T eat Moral Drama
MAN AT THE WHEEL, of the
wfih new localizations, TICKET-OF-LEAVE
SOiNGS and DANCES, MAN.
Yi 0 ? a new Mr - W - J -' FLORENCE
J? AIK y BALLET, in his original character of
x’mmrro SHS, Robert Bnerly.
N YMPHS DE FOREST. Mrs. W. J. FLORENCE
TorA I nr°^^ c J n .^ t^ie Great as St. Evremond.
MORLACCHI TROUPE, Mies ADA HARLAND
who also present the origi- as May Edwards,
nal Morlacchi Cancan. Mr. A. FITZGERALD
Matinee prices: Admission as James Dalton,
to Dress Circle & Parquet, Other characters by the
w cents; Orenestra Chairs, company. The play is
Reserved, 50 cents extra, mounted in the most per
waich include ail the de- feet manner, with new
partmenis of the Museum; Scenery, Costumes, &c.
a £. d the Com. Foote and POPULAR PRICES.
Mies Nestell entertain- Seats may be secured six
men t. days in advance.
HHHEATRE FRANCAIS.
Lessee and DirectorJ. GRAU.
PROGRAMME THIS WEEK.
MONDAY and TUESDAY Evenings, 107th nnd 108th
representation in New York, of GENEVIEVE DE
HRABAN I . Wednesday afternoon, at one, extra Mati
nee, FLELR DE THE Matinee. The theatre being
wanted in the evening for the preparation of the Carni
val ball, which will take place Thursday evening, the
same evening the company will play in Hartford Gene
vieve de Brabant. Friday, benefit of Mons. Oanei.
allack’s.
Proprietor and Manager Mr. Lesteb Wallace
To commence at 8.
EVERV EVENING UNTIL further NOTICE,
will be presented that charming creation of Shakspero’s
fancy,
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING.
Mr .- BESTER WALLACK. Mr. JOHN
Mr. CHARLES FISHER, Mr. J. H. STOD
DARr, Mr. POLK, Mr. RINGGOLD, Mr. ROCK
WELL, Mr. BROWN, Mr. MATTHEWS, Mr. MIL
TOIL Mr. LEONARD, Mr. CASHIN, Mr. MELTOA,
Mr. DALLIMORE, Mr. HOLLOWAY, Mr. HOWARD,
Mr. WARD, Mr. QUIGLEY, Miss ROSE EYTINGE,
Jli?lPi' AKA JENNINGS, Miss ANNIE WARD, Mrs
Mrs - L - DALLIMORE, Miss C.
SPIER, Miss DAY, Ac., Ac.
THE SCENE IS LAlb AT MESSINA ABOUT THE
MIDDLE OF THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY.
MUSIC, SCENERY AND DRESSES ALL NEW.
Mr. WALLACK begs to announce that he has re
ceived from Mr. T. W. ROBERTSON his last new Com
edy, entitled
“SCHOOL.”
. This play, by the gifted author of “ Ours” and ” Caste,’g
is in preparation.
npONY PASTOR’S OPERA HOUSE,
No - 2 °l BOWERY.
IMMENSE ACCESSION OF TALENT.
FIVE NEW STARS.
A new comic drama entitled
A DUTCHMAN IN INDIA;
OR,
THE CUSTOMS OF THE COUNTRY.
First Ethiopian comedians,
AND
BILLY HARRIS.
The celebrated Vocalist and Comediene,
Miss MAGGIE FIELDING,
and the world-famed Gymnasts ard Athletes,
THE DELEVANTI BROTHERS.
TONY PASTOR sings “ On the Velocipede.”
Mlle. LOUISE, THE FEMALE DRUMMER,
JOHNNY THOMPSON, and FRANK KERNS.
MATINEES, WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
CAS FKANCISCO MINSTRELS, NO.
IO 585 BROADWAY.—The Funniest Entertainment
in the world. BIRCH, WAMBOLD, BERNARD AND .
BACKUS’ SAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS. The peo- ;
pie scream at the new Burlesque of
THE SIEGE OF THE BLONDES!
THE SIEGE OF THE BLONDES;
Or, ”’TIS SWEET FOR OUB COUNTRY TO DYE,”
J ’TIS SWEET FOR OUR COUNTRY TO DYE.”
In all their characteristic Songs and Dances by six
Healthy Blondes ana four Persian youths with tiny
Feet. The trouble commences at 8. Seats secured six
days in advance. 1
ORYANTS’ MINSTRELS. ' 14th Street, j
JDP Bryant’s Minstrels. Shy lock. The Gendarmes.
Bryant’s Minstrels. Shylock, Les Miserablea.
Britton’s Blondes. Africa’s Blacks. Bryant’s
Britton’s Blondes. Africa’s Blacks. Minstrels.
Uiiswortn, Blach Chemist. Nelse Seymour.
Eugene. Black Chemist. Monroe Dempster.
Rockefeller. Grier Dickson, Boniface, Crosby, Hogan
Hughes.
Bryant’s Minstrels. 14. b Street. Dan Bryant.
Bryant’s Minstrels. 14th Street. Dan Bryant.
HIT TAMM ANY! THE TAMMANY !
IMMENSE SUCCESS OF THE POPULAR
PRICES.
CROWDED HOUSES CROWDED HOUSES 1
OF THE
ELITE AND INTELLIGENCE
OF THE
METROPOLIS.
GLORIOUS BILL THIS WEEK.
BURLESQUE, PANTOMIME,
ACROBATS, BALLADS,
BALLETS. COMICS.
THE GREAT SUCCESS OF THE DAY,
THE SPECTULAR, BURLESQULAR, EXTRAVA- .
GANZACULAR 1
THE HORSE MARINES.
THE HORShi MARINES.
First appearance of
THE GREAT NICKLE,
The most wonderful wizard of
-' the Nineteenth century.
The ludicrous,
Comic military Pantomime.
THE YOUNG RECRUIT.
THE YOUNG RECRUIT.
MAFFIT and BARTHOLEMEW. THE CARLO
BROTHERS. THE GRAND
THE MATCHLESS BONFANTI.
..THE COMIC RAYNOR.
THE DASHWOOD SISTERS,
ROBERT GREEN,
SHERIDAN and MACK.
POPULAR PRICES.
ADMISSION FIFTY CENTS. <
Reserved orchestra circle2s cents extrra i
Reserved orchestra chairsso cents extra
Seats secured six days in advance
At the Box Offices
/lABPETS,
OIL CLOTHS, &c.
ALLING & LACEY,
No. 171 SIXTH AVENUE,
(Cot. of Twelfth street,)
WILL OFFER DURING THIS MONTH
EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS
IN
CABPETS,
OIL CLOTHS,
DRUGGETS,
MATS,
&c., &c.,
PRIOR TO OPENING
THE NEW ADDITION TO THEIR STORE.
/CARPETS AND FURNITURE.
ON EASY TERMS.
B GREENE & CO. are offering their entire stock of
ARPETS, FURNITURE, OIL-CLOTHS, BLANK
ETS and BEDDING, over $250,009 wortn, at very low
pnCea ' MONTHLY PAYMENTS TAKEN,
.' ’*.■ at
No. 198 EIQHI’H AVENUE, cor. of Twentieth street.
NOTICE'
TO THE PUBLIC!
Bendall & Co.
are supplying housekeepers, and take payment by the
week or month for
CARPETS,
OIL CLOTHS,
FURNITURE,
BEDDING,
PIANOS,
SEWING MACHINES, &c.» &c.
So well is this easy mode of furnishing appreciated,
that thousands of families have availed themselves of
the opportunity offered, apd BENDALL & CO. have
been obliged to enlarge their establishment to more
than double the original size. They now occupy Nos.
2C5, 2C'7, 2j9 and 211 Hudson street, as well as adjoining
buildings in Capal and Desbrosses streets.
CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES.
O c
Tha Highest Cash Prices
paid for
OLD NEWSPAPERS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
OLD PAMPHLETS of every kind.
OLD BLANK BOOKS AND LEDGERS that are writ
ten full,
and all kinds of WASTE PAPER from bankers, insur
ance companies, brokers, patent medicine depots,
printing offices, book-binders, public and pn-.
vate libraries, hotel?,, steamboats, rail*
road companies, express.offices, &c.
STOCKWELL & EMERSON,
NO. 25 ANN STREET, New Yorftj
One door west of Njee»d rtjeeft
r JpOB TWO WEEKSLONGER!
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.
WILL CONTINUE TO OFFER ■
' EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS.
PREVIOUS TO
Removal to their New Store.
150 PIECES HEAVY LINEN SHEETINGS,
ALL WIDTHS,
From 75 cents per yard and upward.
30 PIECES REAL BARNSLEY SHEETINGS,
At $1 70 per yard (usual price $2 50).
400 HEAVY BARNSLEY TABLE CLOTHS,
2 1-2 yards long, only $2 50 each.
600 DOZEN TABLE NAPKINS, ALL LINEN,
From $1 50 per dozen upward.
800 DOZ. WHITE FRING.ED HUCK TOWELS,
11-8 yards long, from 20 to 50 cents each.
100 PIECES PINK AND BLUE CHECK
GLASS TOWELINGS,
22 cents per yard.
300 10-4 MARSEILLES QUILTS,
At $3 each, (worth $1 50.)
250 11-4 DITTO,
At $3 75 each, (usual price $5.)
A LOT FINE 12-4 MARSEILLES QUILTS,
Slightly soiled, from $5 and upward.
THIS BALANCE OF OUR STOCK OF
EYCLISH AID AMERItAS BLAXKFTB
WILL BE SOLD UNDER COST.
CORNER CANAL AND MERCER STS.
SPRING GOODS.
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.
HAVE OPEN
A CHOICE SELECTION OF
NEW SPRING SILKS,
DRESS SUIT MATERIALS,
PLAIN AND STRIPED POPLINS,
PLAIN AND STRIPED CAMBRICS, PRINTS,
&c., &c., &c.
CANAL, COR. MERCER ST.
JNDIA SHAWLS.
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.
SPRING IMPORTATIONS
NOW OPEN.
CANAL, CORNER MERCER STREET.
R . MA R S H’S
RADICAL CURE TRUSS.
Also IMPERVIOUS TRUSSES of various forms for
the permanent relief of Hernia; ELASTIC STOCK
INGS, SHOULDER BRACES, SUPPORTERS,
CRUTCHES. Apparatus for Bow Legs, Club Feet,
Weak Ankles Hip Disease, and all other Physical De
formities, made and accurately fitted at the Radical
Cure Truss Office of MARSH -t Co., No. 2 Vesey street,
New York; MARSH, BOWLES & Co., No. 71 Wash
ington street. Chicago, adjoining Crosby’s Opera House;
and S. N. MARSH, CQRtjSS & Co. No. 3 West Fourtli
street, Cincinnati, OhicO'*'.- ’
A competent female to wait upon ladies,
-rv New Haven, Nov. 2d, 1863.
Mv Dear De. Marsh:
Asa simple act of Justice and gratitude to yon I wish
to say publicly that if any one afflicted with Hermia will
correspond with me, I will testify what I know and have
seen of the wonderful effect of your treatment in my own
family. Very truly yours,
EDWARD L. DROWN.
Rector of St. Paul’s Church, New Haven, Ct.
nisr"
S T O B HOUSE,
This Hotel, so long and favorably known to the
TRAVELING PUBLIC,
having undergone extensive Repairs, has been |
REFURNISHED THROUGHOUT.
and
AN ELEVATOR ADDED.
C. A. STETSON, Sr., for thirty years proprietor, will
give it still his personal attention.
THE I RAVELING PUBLIC
will find it conducive to their comfort-, to advise US by
TELEGRAM OR MAIL,
of their intended arrival.
C. A. STETSON’S SONS,
A. M. C. STETSON. P. R. STETSON.
"piANOS, MELODEONS, and ORGANS,
of six first-class makers,
AT GREATLY-REDUCED PRICES, FOR CASH.
DURING THE HOLIDAYS,
AT WATERS’S,
No. 481 BROADWAY.
Fifty New and Second-Hand Instruments for Rent,
and rent money applied if purchased; monthly instal
ments received for the same. Instruments tuned and
repaired. Cash paid for second-hand instruments.
HllMWlWHi'iMHlf ■! IF nTIM! W Kill 1111
ÜBNITUBE ! ~
MANUFACTURERS’ STOCK AT RETAIL
WNI. H. SCHAFFER,
No. 6 SECOND AVE.,
Between Houston and First streets,
Owing to the decline in wholesale trade, offers bis entire
stock of
PnRLOR^ AMBER
DINING-ROOM,
LIBRARY.
ana HALL
FURNITURE AT RETAIL,
At Manufacturers’ Prices.
Solid Walnut and Manogany Parlor Suites, in reps,
seven pieces, from SBS GO upward.
Soba Walnut Chamber Suites, marble top, ten pieces,
from SIOO CO unward.
ANTIQUE PARLOR FURNITURE.
In Reps, Brocatelle, and Plush, at prices correspond
ingly low.
ALL GOODS MADE FROM THE BEST SEASONED
MATERIAL, AND WARRANTED.
ETROPOLITAN BILLIARD ROOMS.
MORRISANIA HALL,
Railroad Avenue, near Fifth street, Morrisania.
CONCERT HALL ATTACHED.
ALES, WINES, LIQUORS AND SEGARS.
LEWIS H. COMBES, Proprietor.
JgILLIARDS!
UNION SQUARE BILLIARD ROOMS,
THE HANDSOMEST AND MOST COMPLETE
ROOMS IN THIS CITY,
containing:
TWENTY-TWO OF PHELAN’S TABLE’S.
No. 60 and 62 East 14th st.. Union Square.
CHRIS. O’CONNOR,
Proprietor.
Billiard table for sale—for
sale, cheap, a second-band billiard table, in per
fect order. Apply at KAVANAGH <fc DECKER’S Bil
liard Rooms, cor. Centre and Canal sts.
PECTACLES.—BRAZILIAN PEBBLES
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. O ;ulist and Optician, Lec
turer on the Human Eye and Optics, accurately and scien
tifically adjuststhesefar-famedspectaclesto defective vis
ions at his oifice. No. 238 Grand st., corner of Eldridge.
STROLOGY THAT IS ASTROLOGY
Prof. NELSON can be consulted, on all events of
life, No. 90 Columbia st., rear building, New York.
Name over the entrance. Practiced in his city 33 years.
l ‘uapttreo ‘ SH OS 9 AVI T’o
’O# ‘SUOppif)
© ‘socLyf
Afflicted restored.
IGNORANCE EXPOSED!
FALLACIES UNMASKED! Dr. LARMONT, No. 896
Broadway. Treatment from 2 to 7 P. M. Author of
“Paris, London, and New York Medical Adviser and
Marriage Guide, and Physician for All.” Sighty-first
Edition, on his treatment of Local Constitutional and
Nervous Diseases, Strictures, Fistula, Piles, Prevention
of Bright’s Disease, ReOipes of Cures, &c., &c. Mailed
free by the Author, or
BOOKSELLERS GENERALLY.
PRICE FIFTY CENTS.
Circular and contents of books sent on receipt of post
age stamp. Direct P. O. Box No 844, New York.
IVORCES LEGALLY OBTAINED IN
different States. Desertion, &0., sufficient cause.
No publicity. No charge until divorce obtained. Advice
free, Mi fr.QUSB, N«. 75 ffreefr
~ GREAT REDUCTION !
IMPORTANT
TO HOUSEKEEPERS !J
next twenty days. ALTMAN BROS., No. 331
SIXTH AVENUE, bet. 20th and 21st sts., will sell their
large stock of Linen and White Goods at 20 per cent, less
tjian the regular prices, in order to make room for ex
tensive ALTERATIONS AMD IMPROVEMENTS.
500 doz. Pure Linen Huck Towels, at $1 60 per doz.
390 ‘ “ Superior Towels, large, $2 3u doz.
50 ps. Pure Cable Linen, 2 y’ds wide, at 58cts. per y’d.
, V B, es t 8-4 Damask, best make, at sllO per yard.
1,000 doz. Pure Linen Napkins, at only $1 50 per doz.
FOR TnAT splendid yard
wide MUSLIN ! at 12cents ! I
All must be sold within twenty days, at
ALTMAN BROS., No. 331 SIXTH AVE.
THE GEEAT
CLOSING OUT SALE
TO BB CONTINUED FOB A FEW DAYS,
REGARDLESS OF COST.
bargains in bombazines, poplins, reps,
ALPACAS, LUSTRE CORDS, CREPES, BLACK
SILKS, &c„ <tc. ALSO, A GREAT 'VARIETY OF
SECOND MOURNING GOODS.
N. B. ONE CASE POPLIN ALPACAS, AT SIXTY
CENTS, WORTH ONE DOLLAR.
JACKSON’S MOURNING STORE,
No. 551 BROADWAY,
Bet. Spring and Prince sts.
cloaksT
MRS. BRODIE,
No. 300 CANAL ST. and No. 31 UNION SQUARB,
Invites attention to her very select stock of
VELVET CLOAKS AND SACQUES ,
OPERA CLOAKS.
SILK CLOAKS, SILK BASQUES,
SILK AND COLORED SUITS, ’
CARRIAGE CLOAKS IN PLAIDS. 4c.
BLACK AND COLORED CLOTH GARMENTS
In all the new styles.
CLOAK and DRESS TRIMMINGS in great variety.
SELLING AT VERY LOW PRICES.
——ms
Market savings bank, no. 82
NASSAU STREET.
Open daily from 10 to A. M. to 3 P. M.» and on Mon
days and Thursdays from 5 to 7 P. M.
SIX PER CENT INTEREST ALLOWED.
DEPOSITS made during ANY MONTH will com
rr intereSfc On ° f th ® MONTH
FOLLO W IN G.
WILT JAM VAN NAME, President.
Calvin L. Goddard, ) vif » H
Peter Voorhis, f vlce rrBS
Henry R. Conklin, Secretary.
Royal Havana lottery.—pri-
ZES paid in gold; information furnished. Highest
ates Taid for doubloons and all kinds of gold and silver.
TAYLOR & OQ., Bankers, No. 16 Wall street, N. Y.
PRIZES CASHED IN ALL LEGALIZED
LOTTERIES, and information given, by
D. W. DAVIS, No. 164)4 FULTON STREET,
A MERICAN LOTTERIES Z OFFICE
removed to new Cigar Store. No. 514 Canal street,
5, ew , Y P rk , Clty - N -„ Y - nearly opposite Spring Street
Market, also near all prominent North River Steamboat
docks. M. F. COLBY, Licensed Lottery Broker (25)
years established, and refers to all old patrona.
PRIZES CASHED IN ALL LEGAL
IZED LOTTERlES.—lnformation given.
JAMBS H. STURGES. Broker,
No.sPAßKpdM l>iViSi< ” lßtr ” 6
West of Broadway.
ALL PRIZES CASHED IN LEGAL
LOT TE RlES.—Circulars and drawings sent.
J. CLUTE, Broker, No. 200 Broadway,
and No. 153 Fulton street* N. Y.
gTONINGTONLINE
FOR BOSTON
AND PROVIDENCE.
The New and Elegant Side-Wheel Steamers
STONINGTON, Capt. Wm. M. Jones, I
AND *
KARRACANSETT, Capt. Geobob B. Hull, I
From Pier 33, foot of Jay street,
North River, at 4 P. M.,
Arriving Ahead of all other Lines.
Tickets sold and state rooms secured at the principal
hotels, at No. 2 Astor House, and at Dodd’s Express
office, No. 944 Broadway.
D. S. BABCOCK, Pres’t,
Stonington Steamboat Company.
gAFETY,
FOR BOSTON,
WORCESTER, PALMER*
BURG. NASHUA, LOWELL, CONCORD. THE
WHITE MOUNTAINS, AND
IN fERMEDIATE POINTS.
The new and staunch steamers of the Norwich line,
CITY OF BOSTON and CITY OF NEW YORlfc,
leave New York daily (Sundays excepted), at 4 o’clock
P. M., from Pier No. 39, North River, foot of Vestry st.,
FOR NEW LONDdN, * * .
there connecting with the Steamboat Express Train
irom the above points, via Norwich and Worcester, Bos
ton and Worcester, Worcester and Nashua, and New
London and Northern Railroads.
Steamers CITY OF LAWRENCE and CITY OF NEW
LONDON leave ako at the above hours. For passen
gers and freight for Norwich direct, communicating with
Railroads. Freight taken at lowest rates. For further
information, inquire of
J. E. SHORT, Jr., Agent.
■pROVIDENCE AND *NEW YORK
STEAMSHIP CO.
NEPTUNE LINE,
FOR BOSTON, PROVIDENCE,
and all other points in New England, by the New and
Splendid Steamers,
ELECTRA, - Capt. Jesse Mott,
AND
GALATEA,Capt. J. W. Nye,
one of which leaves
Pier 27, North River,
daily at SP. M., for PROVIDENCE direct, connecting (
with the 7A. M. train for BOSTON. Freight taken at
the lowest rates. For further information apply to
ISAAC ODELL, Agent.
New York, June 25, 1868. Pier 27, N. R»
BRANCH OFFICE OF THE
PROVIDENCE and N. Y. STEAMSHIP COMPANY :
No. 54 WALL STREET, New York, :
ERSKINE PHILLIPS, Box No, 2,329.
Erie bailway.- trains leave
Depot foot of Chambers street,
nia Ferry: I
B.CO A M Daily Exprers, for Rochester,sgg'-g
Buffalo. Dunkirk, Cleveland, Cincinnati, and all points ’
West and South.
8.30 A M Way Train, Daily, for Otisville and intermedi- ■
ate Stations.
10.00 A M Express Mail, for Buffalo, Dunkirk, Cleveland, J
Cincinnati and all points West and South.
3,30 P M Way Train, for Middletown and intermediate
Stations.
4.30 P M Way Express, stopping only at Sterling Junetion,
Turner’s, and Stations west of Turner’s (except Ox
ford), to Newburgh, Warwick, Montgomery, Union
ville and Port Jervis.
5.00 P M Way Train, for Suffern and intermediate Sta
tions.
6.00 P M Way Train, for Suffern and intermediate Sta
tions.
6.30 P M Night Express, Dai’y, for all points West and !
South. By this Tram Sleeping Coaches will run through
to Buffalo, Rochester, Cleveland and Cincicnati with
out change.
8.00 P M Emigrant Train, Daily forthe West.
Also Way Trains for Rutherford Park, Passaic and
Paterson at 6.45 and 9.15 A M, 12.00 M., and 1.45, 4.00, 6.45
and 11.00 PM. On Wednesday nights a Theatre Train
at 12.00 o’clock for Suffern ana intermediate stations.
Sunday Trains.—B.3o A M, Way Train for Otisville—
-1.45 P M for Paterson—6.3o P M Night Express, for Ro
chester, Buffalo, Dunkirk, Cleveland, Cincinnati, and all
points West and South—B.oo P M Emigrant and Way ■
Train—ll.oo P M for Paterson and Port Jervis.
Express Trains run through to Buffalo, Rochester,
Dunkirk. Cleveland and Cincinnati without change of
Coaches, and in direct connection with all Southern and !
Western Lines.
Perfectly Ventilated and Luxurious Sleeping Coaches
accompany all Night Trains.
Tickets can be obtained at the Company’s offices—Nos.
211 and 233 Broadway: Depot foot of Chambers street,
New Yc.rk, and Long Dock Depot, Jersey City.
Wm. R. Baar, n. RIDDLE.
Gen’l Pass. Ag’t.Gen’l Sup’t.
TTentral railroad of new jerT
SEY.—Passengers and Freight De.pot_.-y.. ~ ■ ■■■
in Now York, foot of Liberty street; con
nects at Hampton Junction with the Dela
ware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad, and at Eas
ton with the Lehigh Valley Railroad and its connections,
forming a direct line to Pittsburgh and the West, with
out line to the west.
Three Express Trains to the West, except Sundays,
when one train in the evening. .
Sixiy milos and three hours saved by this line to Chi
cago, Cincinnati. St. Louis. <fcc.. with but one change of
Car3 ’ WINTER
Commencing December 3, 1868—Leave New York as
7: A. M.—For Easton, Bethlehem, Mauch Chunk,
■Williamsport,Wilkesbarre, Mahanoy City, Ac.
7:1 ■ A. M. for Somerville. , ~
8: 0 A.-M.—For Flemington, Junction, Stroudsburg,
Water Gap, Scranton, Kingston, Pittston, Great Bend,
& 9'A. M.—Western Express for Easton. Allentown,
Harrisburg and the West without change or cars to Cin
cinnati or Chicago, and but one change to St. Louis.
Connects at Harrisburg with Northern Central and Phil
adelphia and Erie Roads, for Erie and the Oil Regions.
Silver Palace cars through to Chicago. Connects at
Junction with Delaware, Lackawanna, and Western
Rail road for Stroudsburg, Water Gap, Scranton, Ac.
12 M.—For Flemington, Easton, Allentown, Mauch
Chunk, Wilksbarre, Tunkhannock, Reading. Columbia,
Lancaster, Ephrata, Litiz, Pottsville, Scranton, Harris
k pf’M.— For Somerville.
4 P. M.—For Easton, Allentown, Mauch Chunk and
Belvidere. „
4:55 P. M.—For Somerville and Flemington.
5:10 P. M.—Cincinnati Express.—For Easton, Beth
lehem, Allentown, Reading. Harrisburg, Pittsburgh,
Chicago, and Cincinnati, Sleeping Cars to Pittsburgh
and Chicago. , . ,
6 P. M.—For Easton and intermediate stations,
7:10 P. M.—For Somerville.
8 P. M.—Western Express Train.—For Easton, Al
lentown, Reading, Harrisburg, Pittsburgh, and the West
—connects at Harrisburg with train tor Williamsport,
Erie, Ac
10:30 P. M.—For Somerville.
Sleeping Cars through rom Jersey City to Pittsburgh,
e *Trains el ieave for Elizabeth at 5:45, 6:40, 7:00, 7:15,
8:15, 8:30, 9:00, 9:15, lt:30, 11:30 A. M., 12:00 M., 1:00, 2:90.
3:00 , 3:30,3:45,4:00, 4:20, 4:40, 4:55,5:20,5:40, 6:00, 6:30,
7:10, 7:30, 8:00. 9:00,10:30, 11:45 P. M.
Tickets for the West can be obtained at the office of
the Central Railroad of New Jersey, foot of Liberty
street, N. R., at No. 1 Astor House, Nos. 2ai, 271, 526, 681
Broadway, at No. 10 Greenwich street, and at the princi
pal hotels. R. E. RICKER,
P H. ft BAM)W»Qw,Fw«.AgWt< * *
Sunday Edition. Feb. 28
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nail g ( winij.
rpHE fourth annual “bald bX
SEVENTY-NINTH REGIMENT,
VETERAN ABSOCIATIQN, fc ft-.
in aid of’the Widows’ and Orphans’ and DisabledSWH
. diers of the Regiment, at FERLRO’S APOLLO HAT T,J
na v f T§ rOa u'L a i? a ™ Twenty-eignth street on THURS-S
* PA Y ’, Ma L ch . Music by Robertson’s Band. Tickets
$2 each, admitting a Gentleman and Ladies. ”
! OF MUSIC "
GRAND BAL D’OPERA.
EASTER TUESDAY, MARCH 30. §S
iickets can be obtained from the following gen-Z^-ai
Committee, and at he
Office of the Academy of Music.
COMMITTEE OF MANAGEMENT.
’ Sr a¥ ONT ’ GEN. W. CUTTING,
r t H - A JOHNSON,
T RT nnnAArSf SHEPHERD
H ARTHUR LEARY, ’
?’t w T - K - WARREN.
H L A H * G
b B - KOBINSON. Jr.,
w OAKEY HALL,’
wwnv%W’ BOWERS lee,
N & R WO?
A dun^Yn NS ’ w. A b%ooper,
W A g T^R^ B3LE '
w“™ T S ® y ’
THEODORE MOSS. ’
TWO COLOSSAL OMIIESTRAS WILL BB IN AT*,
rA^l l i,L'!? rt ' c - I,ars m t ho Pr °s rilm »io of Entertainments
for the occaSloll Wture
Admitting a Gentleman and Lady * .
Extra Lady’s Ticket.a.
OURTH ANNUAL BALL '"iRTF
WTH REGIMENT (HIGHLANDERS) VETE» SS
■ . V .§ AN ASSOCIATION. arSk-
m aid of the Widows, Orphans, and Disabled Sol-£2®'
KA r ?T Of the Bement, at FEBRERO’S AP?offij
HALL, corner of Broadway and Twenty-eighth street. ,
„ . On THURSDAY EVENING, March 4. 161
Music by Roberteon’s Band.
Tickets $2, admitting a gentleman and ladies.
J^RO ONE’S DANCING *
No. 361 BROOME STREET, and NO. 133 WEST SS
TWENTY-THIRD STREET. UWSA
INSTRUCTIONS EVERY DAY AND EVENING.
A NEW CLASS FOR TUESDAY.
No - 193 BOWERY)
been newly re-fitted expressly
ior nails. Parties, Public and Private Meetings. Terms
reasonable.GEO. GROLLING, Proprietor.
SAUSE’S DANCING' ACADEMY, Nori
114 and 116 East Thirteenth street. ?
Classes, Tuesday and Friday Evenings.
All fashionable Dances taught in one quarter,
Private lessons at any hour, day or evening.
Cl lww?, r T B . ?? N °- 95 St. Mark’s Place.
SOIREE, TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 9.
gHANNON, MILLER & CRANE.
No. 32 MAIDEN LANE,
NEW YORK,
Importers of and Wholesale and Retail Dealer ju
fancy ball,
THEATRICAL, MILITARY, REGALIA, and FANCT?.
DRESS, GOLD, SILVER and TINSEL telMMlNGsf
ot every description. Goods sent C. O. D., everywhere)#
SAFETY GAS. ’
NO MORE KEROSENE EXPLOSIONS.
NO MORE SACRIFICING OF LIMB OR LIFS,
CO TO . I
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and get the Liquid Safety Gas for your lamps. It is thrf
CHEAPEST, SAFEST, MOST ECONOMICAL ANUS
BRILLIANT LIGHT IN THE COUNTRY,
Principal Office, No. 120 MAIDEN LANE, '
GEORGE L. SMITH & CO.,
Only Manufacturers of the American Liquid Safety Gas’,'
HOUSEKEEPEKS LOOK HERE,
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At i 105.260 and 262 Greenwich Sireet, A. Y.|
FLOUR FOR THE MILLION.
BEST JAPAN TEA AT JI.
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ROASTED AND GROUND COFFEES, 15e. to 40e -
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ALL GRADES OF SUGARS AT REFINER’S
PRICES.
500 PKGS. NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES.
THOS. R. AGNEW.
AT POPE’S,
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Stone China Dinner PlatesJl.oo per dozen.
„ ‘ Handled, Teas 1,20 “ U
” ToiletSet.il Pieces 3,76
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For the piles.—dr. upham’st
ELECTUARY and OINTMENT are a certain cura
for Piles, Costiveness, Liver Complaint, and Dyspepsia;?;
also, for all cutaneous diseases and affections of the skin.j
These medicines can be obtained and the Doctor coni
suited at his Medical Office, No. 39 East Fourth
third door from the Bowery, and between Bowery andl
Breadway. Office hours from 7 o’clock in the mornina
till 9 in the evening.
Gold medal pair marylanS
INSTITUTE. 1866.
ALL THE HIGHEST PREMIUMS,
N. Y. AND PENN. STATE FAIRS, 1866.
Report of Committee on Sewing-Machines, at N. Y, State Fairf,
‘‘We, the Committee on Sewing-Machines, after tg?
careful and thorough investigation into the
merits of the various Machines submitted for examinaifi
tion, find the Elliptic Lock-Stitch Sewing-Machinp?
to be superior to all others, in the following points/;
viz.: . 1
“ Simplicity and Thoroughness of Mechanical Construction I •
** Ease of Operation and Management 1
* l Noiselessnesß and Rapidity of Movement t
**Eeauty, Strength, and Elasticity of Stitch f -j,
Variety a.nd Perfection of Attachments and Range of
41 Compactness ana Beauty of Model and Finish 1 ,1
“ Adaptation to Material of any Thickness by an Adjustahl4t\
Feed-Bar and in the
“ Unequaled Precision with which it executes the
by means of the Elliptic Hook, and we therefore award it thw
First Premium, as the <
BES1 ? FAMILY SEWING-MACHINE,
and also, for the above reasons, the First. Premium as thtf
BEST DOUBLE THREAD SEWING-MACHINE.’*?
C. E. PETERS > r,m,Tnitte W V'
HECTOR MOFFATT, I
ELLIPTIC SEWING-MACHINE COMPANY/
No. 543 BROADWAY.
T OCK STITCH SEWING
"’''‘for FAMILIES AND MANUFACTURERS.
/ II '
fa few i
Mr. HOWE’S long experience with the Sewing Man
chine, as the original inventor, qualifies him to judge of
the public wants, and how far they are supplied. To
the public the ripeness of his invention, he ha?
lished a large manufactory at Bridgeport, Ct.»
rivals in size, completeness of appointment, and systen|
of management, any in the world. His Machine has
ceived the highest awards at voytyjw
World’s Fair, Xxmdon, 1862. , “ j
For Leather Work, Tailoring and Manufactoring pllr#,
poses it has no superior, and challenges comparison witl£
any othel for Family 0e« and tbo »enetaj jiurpow it
Sewing.
THE HOWE MACHINE
ELIAS HOWE, Jr., President.

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