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Burglary.— A few days ago, while
Mn fear?* of the Union Hotel, Newark avenue, Hudson
City, wSs working in his garden in the rear of his house,
Eome thieves entered the bar-room and stole SB7, one
gold and one silver watch. Upon Mr. Garr’s return he
discovered his loss, and remembered seeing two young
men in the bar-room during the morning while he was
counting some bills. Fortunately some S6O in the back
of the drawer was not noticed by the thieves. Mr. Garr
says he locked all the doors when he went into the gar
den, aud they must have effected an entrance by raising
the window sash.h
The Missing Boy.— lt was ascer
tained yesterday morning that the son of Mr. Robert L.
Smith, who ran away from hig home at Bergen a few
days since, and rode off with his pony, had sold the lat
ter to some persons at the Bull’s Head, Hudson City, for
the sum of $27 50. Young Smith is a high-spirited
youth, a little over fourteen years of age, and it is pre
sumed he left his home in consequence of his father hav
ing threatened to punish him for some offense.
A NOVEL TROTTING MATCH is to COHie
off at the Hoboken course on Wednesday next, for a
purse of SIOO. The terms are for horses trotting the
closest to three minutes, mile heats, best three in five, to
go as they please. The following are the entries: T.
Barrett names b. g. Jim; C. Woodruff names b. g. Re
public; John Ludlow names blk. m. Stella; G. Gedney
names b. g. Bam; Berry names br. s. Andy Johnson.
False Pretences. —A young man of
leisure, residing in Washington street, Hoboken, was
arrested yesterday morning on a charge of having de
frauded Lawrence Wise out of the sum of sl6 by means
of false representations. The accused was held to ba J
for examination by Justice White.
Two doctors met
The other day
Upon New York’s
Great Broadway.
Hark, ye! said one,
Strange story, this.
Story? I don’t
Know what it is.
Why, a patient
Of mine, you
And rich in fact
As any Jew,
Last week, as half
The city knows.
Flares up and down
To Wolcott goes.
And he, confound
Him, with Pain Paint,
Cures in one week
His sore complaint.
Impossible! nay, but ’tis true,
I have’t from good hands, so may you.
From whose, I pray ?—naming the man,
Quick to inquire the doctor ran—
Sir, and so forth—yes, ’tis a fact,
With one exception, quite exact.
My friend had been doctoring long,
Forbears had heard the same old song:
•‘You’ll soon be better, but you need
Little more treatment.’* Thus they’d bleed,
And bleed, and promise but ne’er cured
While money or patience endured.
With hope deferred his heart grew sick,
To Wolcott then I brought him quick.
Who eased his pain—great be his praise,
In not one week—but just two days.
Alas! alas! the doctor cried,
That such bad luck should us betide—
One thing we may depend upon,
The doctor’s occupation’s gone,
' Ffrr who will pay for our advice
When Wolcott cures them without price ?
All can test it free of cost, at No. 181 Chatham square,
go, and get it pure from the mint.
gg” Free Labor Bureau and lateHigenee
Office.
Department of Public Charities and >
Correction, June 9. 1869. J
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance ot law this
department has established a labor bureau and intelli
gence office, which will be opened at Plimpton’s Build
ings, Ninth and Stuyvesant streets, near Third avenue,
on Tuesday, 15th inst., under the following rules and
regulations: The office will be open daily, except on
Sunday, from 8 o’clock A. M., to 6 o’clock P. M., from
Ist of April to Ist November, and from 8 A. M., to 5 P.
Al., from Ist November to Ist April. Books shall be kept
in which shall be recorded the names of applicants for
employment, their residence, the time they have been in
the United States and the city, place of birth, married
or single, and their trade or occupation. Also books in
which shall be recorded the names and residence of per
sons applying for labor, the kind of labor required and
the price of wages proposed to be paid. No fee from
either applicants for employment or for labor shall on
any pretence be demanded. JOSHUA PHILLIPS, Sec.
Missisquoi spkings hotel,
, „,.™AgANKLIN COUNTY, VERMONT,
W. fff BURROUGHSProprietor
The above Hotel will be opened on the 15th instant.
First-class accommodations. Pure Vermont air—so fa
vorable to invalids, and others. Wild and picturesque
econery, including fine views of Mount Mansfield and the
BOATING, FISHING,
, a . SPLENDID DRIVES, Ac., &c.
This hotel is adjacent to the famous Missisquoi Springs,
whose waters have wrought such almoat miraculous cures
of the most obstinate diseases. Railroads from every
direction to St. Albans, and from there it is a charming
ride of ten miles. Communications addressed as above
will receive prompt attention.
J7HBEWOBKS! FIREWORKS! ~
21-' EDGE’S
FIRST PREMIUM FIREWORKS.
The undersi-med respectfully call the attention of Com
mittees of Cities and Towns that intend celebrating the
coming f ourth of July to our large and beautiful stock
ot exmbition work for public or private displays, which
we are prepared to furnish m any quantity and at short
notice. Committees will find it greatly to their advan
tage by making early application for their displays at the
Laboratory in Jersey City, or at our agencies in New
York, at Manufacturers’ Depot, No. 39 Maiden Lane. All
orders by mail or otherwise for sale or exhibition work
will be promptly attended to, and satisfaction guaranteed.
J. G. Al. EDGE, Pyrotechnists, Jersey City, N.J.
Brevoort hall.
Nos. 154 and 156 East Fifty-fourth street, between
Third and Lexington avenues. To LET for Balls Re
ligious Services. Concerts, Lectures, Public and busi
ness Meetings. Apply to the JANITOR in the base
ment.
From From RAILWAY
tM c st“ rti of
iniru ot. street. Twenty-third street and foot of
Chambers street, as follows:
6.30 A.M. 6.45 A.M. For Paterson.
8.00 A.M. 8.00 A.M. -Day Express, for Rochester, Buffa
lo. Dunkirk, Cleveland, Cincin
nati. and all points West and
South.
New and improved Drawing-room
Coaches are attached to this
train, running through without
change.
8.30 A.M. 8.30 A.M. Way Train, daily, for Greycourt and
intermediate stations.
8.00 A.M. 9.00 A.M. For Hackensack, Piermont and
Monsey.
9.00 A.M. 9.15 A.M. For Paterson.
10.00 A.M. 10.00 A.M. Express Mail, for Buffalo, Dunkirk,
Cleveland, Cincinnati, and all
points West and South.
Sleeping Coaches attached from
New York to Meadville and from
Susquehanna to Buffalo.
11.30 A.M. 11.30 A.M. Way Train, daily, for Port Jervis ,
and intermediate stations.
12.00 M. 12.00 M, For Hackensack and Paterson. •
;1.00 P.M. 1.00 P.M. For Piermont and Monsey.
11.30 P.M. 1.45 P.M. Daily, for Paterson.
3,30 P.M. 3.30 P.M. Way Train, for Middletown and in
termediate stations. Also for
I Piermont.
4.00 P.M. 4.00 P.M. For Paterson and Hackensack.
4.00 P.M. 4.15 P.M. |For Piermont and Monsey.
4.30 P.M. 4.30 P.M. Orange Co. Express, stopping only at
Sterling Junction, Turner’s and
stations west of Turner’s (excent
Oxford), to Newburgh. Warwick.
Montgomery, Unionville and
Port Jervis.
5.00 P.M. 5.00 P.M. Way Train, for Suffern and inter
mediate stations. Also for Hack
-5.00 P.M. 5.15 P.M.!For Piermont and Monsey.
5.3 C P.M. 5.30 P.M. Night Express, for Rochester. Buf
falo, Dunkirk, Cleveland. Cincin
nati, and all points West and
South.
Sleeping Coaches attached from
New York to Buffalo.
6.00 P.M. 6.00 P.M. Way Train, for Suffern and inter
mediate stations. Also for Hack
ensack.
6.30 P.M. 6.30 P.M. Night Express, daily, for all points
West and South. By this train
Sleeping Coaches will run
through to Buffalo, Rochester,
Cleveland and Cincinnati with
out change.
5.30 P.M. 6.45 P.M. For Paterson, Piermont and Hack
ensack.
8.00 P.M. 8.00 P.M. Emigrant Train, daily, for the West.
11.30 P.M. 11.30 P.M. Theatre Train, for Suffern and inter
mediate stations.
12.00 P.M 12.00 P.M, On Saturday nights only, Theatre
train for Piermont.
Tickets can be obtained, and orders for the checking
and transfer of Baggage may be left at the Company’s
offices—Nos. 241 and 957 (corner 23d street and Fifth ave
nue) Broadway; and at Depots foot of Chambers street,
and foot of Twenty-third street, New York; and at Long
Dock Depot, Jersey City. WM. R. BARR,
L. D. RUCKER, Gen’l Sup’t.Gen’l Pass’r Ag’t
/CENTRAL RAILROAD OF NEW JER?
SEY.—Passengers and Freight Depot .
in New York, foot of Liberty street; con
sects 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 change of cars.
ALLENTOWN LINE TO THE WEST.
Three Express Trains to the West, except Sundays,
when one train in the evening.
Sixty miles and three hours saved by this line to Chi
cago, Cincinnati*. St. Louis, Ac., with but one change of
Oliver Palace cars through from New York to Chicago
SPRING ARRANGEMENT.
Commencing MAY 10, 186 J—Leave New York as fol
lows:
t :50 A. M.—For Easton, Bethlehem, Mauch Chunky
Williamsport, Wilkesbarre, Mahanoy City, Tunkhan
n« e'e, Ac.
7 :l-> A. M. for Somerville.
8:.0A. M.—For Flemington Junction, Stroudsburg,
Water Gap, Scranton, Kingston, Pittston, Great Bend,
9A. M.—WesternExj-mss for Easton, Allentown,
MarriE-burg: and the West without change or cars to Cin
cinnati or Chicago, and but one change to St. Louis.
Connects at Harrisburg for Erie anti the Oil Regions.
Connects at Junction for Stroudsburg, Water Gan
Scranton, Ac. Connects at Phillipsburg for Mauch
Cnunk, Wilkesoarre, Ac.
12 M.—For Flemington, Easton, Allentown. Mauch
Chunk, Wilkesbarre, Reading, Columbia, Lancaster,
Ephrata, Litiz, Pottsville, Scranton* Harrisburg, Ac.
3:30 P. M.—For Somerville.
4 P. M.— For Easton, Allentown, Mauch Chunk and
Belvidere.
5:0.i P. M.—Cincinnati Express.—For Easton, Beth
lehem, Allentown. Reading, Harrisburg, Pittsburgh,
Chicago, and Cincinnati, Sleeping Cars to Pittsburgh
•nd Chicago. Cod nects at J unction with Delaware, Lac
kawanna, and Western Railroad for all stations to Scran
ton.
5:20 P. M.—For Somerville and Flemington.
6 P. M.—For Easton and intermediate stations.
7 P. M.—For Somerville.
,8 P. M.—Western Express Train.—For EastomAl
xentown, Reading, Harrisburg. Pittsburgh, and the West
--connects at Harrisburg with train for Williamsport,
Ene, Ac ’
9.46 P. M.—For Somerville.
Sleeping. Cars through from Jersey City to Pittsburgh,
•very evening.
Trains leave for Elizabeth at 5:45. 6:30. 6:50, 7:15.
% R 9 )™ “z??’ 11:30 A - M1 " 12:00 M-> 1:o °. 2:00.
3:431 4100 ’ 4:251 <:50.5:20, 6:3i. 5:45. 6:00, 6:30.
»:00, 2:40, 8:00, 9:00. 9:45,10:40. 11:45 P. M
Tickets for the West can be obtained at the office of
the Central Railroad of New Jersey, foot of Liberty
itreet, N. K„ at No. 1 Astor House, Nos. 251, Ml. 625, 681
.roadway, at No. 10 Greenwich street, and at the nnnei-
9 b r. ctHnw. cVftK Xi.
LYMPIC THEATRE—Begins at 8.
JAS. J®. mAYESLessee and Manager
DAN, SYMONSBusiness Mahager
ATTRACTIVE COMBINATION.
AN UNRIVALED EVENING’S AMUSEMENT.
THE BEST IN THE CITY.
THE OLYMPIC’S SPECIALTIES.
GEO. L. FOX’S POPULAR PANTOMIME,
HICCORY DICCORY DOCK.
THE SENSATION OF THE AGE.
THE WONDERFUL KIRALFYS,„
HANIOLA, IMRE AND BOLOSSY KIKALFY,
AND TROUPE.
GEO. L. FOX (the only), GREAT CLOWN. .
THE FAVORITE HARLEQUINADE QUARTETTE.
THE GRACEFUL RITA SANG ALLI.
„ THE OLYMPIC CORPS DE BALLET..
Splendid Scenery. Marvelous Tn' a ]flj,
MATINEES WEbNESDAYS and SATURDAY'3,
It is necessary to secure seats in advance.
Boweby theatre.
Proprietor and Manager Mr. Wnx p. Freligh.
A WEEK OF IMMENSE NOVELTY.
Second week of Miss FANNY HF.HRING.
First week of the ZANFRETTA and CAF c qN TROUPE.
ALEX. ZANFRETTA. Mdlle. F.ARETTA.
BEPPO ZANFRETTA, JOSEP'h CARON,
BERNARD ZANFRETTA, ANGEJ ,TQA ZAN±RET
TA, Mdlle JOSEPHINE ZANFRFZ pta LA PETITE
MATHILDE ALPHONSO CARO yN GEO. CARON,
GREAT HIT OF UxiON.
IXION. IXION. U ’ IXION.
Miss Fanny Herringas... IXION
POSTURING and GROUPING. JOSEPH CARON and
FAMIJ
APJPf AMBER ZANFRETTA.
PAS DE BRILLIANT. ’ D y Mdlle BARRETT A,
• The Comic F?antomime of
DUCH ALEMEU.
By the ZANFBBTT A and CARON TROUPE.
a favorite farce.
FRIDAY EVENIN.g, ANNUAL BENEFIT OF
Mr. WM. FRELIGH, Manager.
riIONY PAST'OR’S OPERA HOUSE,
JL No. 201 BO'VERY, Opposite Spring street,
entirely new local drama,
THE jSEW YORK SHOP GIRLS,
THE NEW YORK SHOP GIRLS.
™ * x- TI I - 11 NE W YORK SHOP GIRLS,
Illustrative the trials and temptations of humble life;
how hard-hv carted taskmasters grow wealthy upon the
wasting livfjg o f the poor; the Strike; its effects, etc.
TC>NY PASTOR’S DOUBLE TROUPE
in a new and attractive variety Dill.
WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at t%.
3D AY, June 15—Benefit of Frank Kerns.
WEDNESDAY, June 16-Benefit of John Mulligan.
URSDAY—Anniversary of the Battle of Bunker
Hill- -Benefit of T. G. Riggs.
F^RlDAY—Benefit of-J? W. Collier and J. A. Graver.
SATURDAY—Benefit of Dody Pastor, Treasurer.
A prize of a solid Silver Cup for the best conundrum,
9.nd a Ten Dollar Gold Piece for the worst conundrum.
Tony pastor’s opera house.
BENEFIT OF FRANK KERNS.
TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 15.
THE GREATEST ENTERTAINMENT YET.
AN ARMY OF VOLUNTEERS.
Among them Mr. NELSE SEYMOUR; his last ap
pearance prior to his departure for Europe.
Mr. BOBBY NEWCOMB and Mr. BILLY EMMETT,
OF THE
SAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS.
Prof. ROBERT NICKLE,
The great MICKEY WARREN,
And a grand array of
FAVORITES.
JjIIFTH-AVENUE THEATRE.
JAMES FISK, JrProprietor.
L. Benedict Stage Manager.
E. Colonne.....Musical Director.
LAST WEEK.
SPLENDID COMBINATION.
EXTRAORDINARY ATTRACTION.
THE TWO QUEENS OF OPERA BOUFFE
IN ONE PIECE.
EVERY EVENING.
EVERY EVENING,
EVERY EVENING,
IN CONSEQUENCE OF ITS GREAT SUCCESS.
OFFENBACH’S MASTERWORK,
LA PERICHOLE,
LA PERICHOLE,
LA PERICHOLE,
LA PERICHOLE.
DEBCLAUSAS IRMA
AS ANT) AS
PIQUILLO, THE STREET-SINGER.
IRMA,
IRMA, IRMA,
IRMA, IRMA,
IRMA, IRMA.
IRMA, IRMA.
IRMA, IRMA.
IRMA, QUEEN OF SONG, IRMA,
AND
DESCLAUSAS, Queen of Comedy, DESCLAUSAS,
DESCLAUS AS, DESCLAUSAS,
DESCLAUSAS, DESCLAUSAS,
DESCLAUSAS, DESCLAUSAS,
DESCLAUSAS, DESCLAUSAS,
DESCLAUSAS,
IRMA AND DESCLAUSAS.
At each performance, the
FAMOUS MORLACCHI BALLET TROUPE
will perform their
ORIGINAL CANCAN,
AND ALSO,
GRAND BALLE DIVERTISSEMENT,
Seats secured days in advance, at Schirmer’s, No.
’dJl Lrjudv.ay, and at cha u of the i'lrjatre.
COMIQUE.
JL Opposite St. Nicholas Hotel.
White & Spencer Proprietors.
Will open on Monday evening, June 14th, 1869, w ith an
entire change of performance, consisting of burlesque,
comic ballet and pantomime, by Simpson’s Combination
Troupe, together with the muon admired Comedian and
Mimic.
MR. JOSEPH EMMETT,
in n splendid programme comprising a very elegant va
riety of amusement, seldom, if ever, equaled. Henry I.
Byron s pleasing Buries iue entitled
TIDDLEWINKI.
Count TiddlewinkiMiss Lizzie Wilmore.
Countess TiddlewinkiMr. Joseph Irving.
To be followed by series of Comic Burlesque Sketches by
MR. JOSEHH EMMETT,
Dot Grecian Bend, written by Mr. Joseph Emmett.
PoJogne Sassage Boy, written by Mr. Joseph Emmett.
Valking dat. Prcaiway down “ by Mr. Joseph Emmett.
Capt. Schmil, “ Mr. Joseph Emmett.
The whole to conclude with a comic pantomime ballet.
CUPID’S DARTS.
Doors open quarter past 7. Commence at 8 o’clock.
MATINEE EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATUR-
DAY AT 2 O’CLOCK.
BOOTH’S THEATRE.
Twenty-third st., between sth and 6th aves,
THE LAST SIX NIGHTS OF
MR. ED WIN ADAMS,
MISS BLANCHE DE BAR,
MISS FANNY MORANT,
IN
THE LADY OF LYONS,
Produced, after careful and elaborate preparation, with
New Scenery, Costumes, Properties, Machinery, &c., <fcc.
SATURDAY, June 19, the last Matinee of
THE LADY OF LYONS.
MONDAY, June 21, will be presented, for the first
time in New York, the beautiful drama of
“EMOCM AROEH.”
Doors open at 7%; to commence at 8 o’clock.
Seats secured six da vs in advance, at the box office of
the Theatre, or at the Branch Ticket Office, at the music
store of C. H. Ditson & Co., No. 711 Broadway.
BRYANTS’ MINSTRELsZI4th Street.
Bryants’ Minstrels. Popular Prices. Success.
BRYANTS’ MINSTRELS, PARQUETT, 50 CENTS,
BRYANTS’ MINSTRELS, GALLERY, 25 CENTS.
BRYANTS’ MINSTRELS, ORCHESTRA Seats, 75 cts.
BRYANTS’ MINSTRELS, New Acts, Two Hours Fun.
BbYANTS’ MINSTRELS, Italian Airs by Native
BRYANTS’ MINSTRELS, Artists.
BRYANTS’ MINSTRELS, Who Died First.
BRYANTS’ MINSTRELS, 14th street. Dan Bryant.
(CENTRAL PARK GARDEN,
y Seventh avenue, between 58th and 59th streets.
THEODORE THOMAS’S
GRAND
POPULAR GARDEN CONCERTS.
THIS (SUNDAY) JUNE 13th, 1869.
TWO GRAND CONCBIRTS,
TWO GRAND CONCERTS.
AFTERNOON at 3)4 o’clock. Evening at 8 o’clock.
MR. J. LEVY,
The greatest Virtuoso of the day on the Cornet-a-
Piston, together with the eminent Soloists already con
nected with
THEO. THOMAS’S
UNRIVALED ORCHESTRA,
WILL APPEAR IN BOTH CONCERTS
in a new and brilliant programme every Concert.
Conductor..THEODORE THOMAS
Admission Thirty-live cents.
Private Boxes... Extra Two Dollars.
Mons, chevalier’s second
GRAND BALLOON ASCENT
Previous to his great Transatlantic voyage,
AT HAMILTON PARK,
Sixty-ninth street and Third avenue,
SATURDAY, JUNE 19th, at 5 o’clock P. M.
CONCERT AND HOP
BY MONAHAN’S BAND. AT 2 P. M.
ADMISSION, 50 CENTS.
Children under twelve, accompanied by parents, free.
NJLBLO’S garden.
JARRETT <& PALMER...Lessees and Managers.
EVERY EVENING at 8, and SATURDAY at 2 P. M.
THIRD WEEK
OF THE
GREAT BURLESQUE TRIUMPH,
THE LYDIA THOMPSON BUKLESQUE TROUPE,
and the
GREAT FRENCH GROTESQUE DANCERS,
In H. B. Farnie’s new Spectacular Eastern Extravagan
za, entitled,
SIN BAD THE SAILOR.
SI.NBAD THE SAILOR.
Produced with
ENTIRELY NEW
SCENERY, COSTUMES, APPOINTMENTS.
SEATS SECURED SIX DAYS IN ADVANCE^ 10 '
WOOD’S MUSEUM. NOTICE~TO
FAMILIES.—The urices for the
SUMMER SEASON,
commencing June 14, 1869, are as iollows, and include all
the MUSEUM CURIOSITIES:
MATINEES every day at 2 o’clock.
General Admission to all parts of the house, 50 cts.;
Family Circle, 30 cts.; Children under 10 years, 15 cts.
EVENING performances at 8 o’clock.
Family Circle, 30 cts.; General Admission, 50 cts.; Re
served Seats in Dress Circle and Parquette, 75 cts.; Re
served Orchestra and Balcony Chairs, sl.
GRAND COMBINATION OF ATTRACTIVENESS.
The world-renowned
GREGORIES,
The Champion Athletes, Acrobats, Spiral Ascensionists,
Gymnasts, Vocalists, Pantomimists, Dancers, including
THE TfIREE FRYING MEN OF THE AIR
MLLE. GERTRUDE’S MINIATURE CIRCUS,
Presenting her
EDUCATED MONKEYS, PONIES, GOATS and DOGS
and
HOOLEY’S MAMMOTH MINSTREL TROUPE
from the Opera House. Brooklyn, in their
PROGRAMME OF MINSTRELSY.
FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY.
mHE TAMMANY.
JL LEFFINGWELL’S
greatest and most successful impersonation.
BEPPO. BEPPO,
a la EDWIN FORREST,
in which he is unanimously conceded to be without a
rival.
A great burlesque creation and literally
“FUN WITHOUT VULGARITY.”
IMMENSE DOUBLE BILL EVERY NIGHT.
MONDAY EVENING will be presented for the first
time at this theatre, Byron's rollicking burlesque,
FRA DIAVOLO,
THE LEFFINGWELL,
as the sanguinary and ferocious
BEPPO,
With his famous caricature of
FDWIN FORREST, Esq.
The Burlesque will he presented with
New Scenery,
New Dresses,
New Songs,
46.1 j « x. Now Dances,
And a powerful and effective cast.
Miss GrattanEra Diavolo
Miss Cavender Zerlina
Lorenzo. .Mr. Mestayer.Lord Allcash, Mr. J. J. Wallace
Lady Allcash.Miss Bradshaw.Francisco..Miss Robertson
Matteo Mr. Barry GiadomoMr. Westley
Antonio. Mr. Freeman
To be followed by
LEFFINGWELL’S GREAT SPECIALTY,
x . ROMEO JAFFIER JENKINS.
In active rehearsal, and 4 will be shortly presented for
the first time m New York,
BYRON’S GREAT COMIO DRAMA,
k u nu BLOW FOR BLOW.
which will be produced with the utmost completeness
* combination of
AMERICAN DRAMATIO STARS.
W.-5 VEB LE y THE ATR E?
BESrVENTi'LATED' PLACE OF
AMUSEMENT IN THE CITY
THIS ESTABUSHMENT WILL KE-OPEN
mu THURSDAY, June 17th.
The Manager takes pleasure in announcing an engage
&ijq,.Blse<l,Perl9?l with BLISB HOLT and Her
iQ the B " le ” ue of
a tree, who will assume the role of MERCURY.
The RIGL SISTERS, BETTY and EMILY, evert niebt.
Pqrtwulori ra bills.
NEW YORK DISPATCH.
WV EVERY EVENING,
AND
Saturday matinee at 3.
THE CELEBRATED LAURI FAMILY OF
PANTOMIMISTS
Will a Pg^£J^ l gp ECTACULAB PANTOMIME
OF
MOTHER HUBBARD;
BO-PEEP AND
AND SPLENDID CORPS DE BALLET*
GORGEOUS TRANSFORMATION SCENJI.
Seats secured six days in advance.
JAMES MTHEERY & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO LAKE & MeCREERY,
BROADWAY A’.D ELEVENTH STREET,
WILL OFFER ON
MONDAY, JUNE 14.
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
BONNET,
TEILLARD,
BELLON,
TAPPISSIER,
GOURD GROIZAT,
RICH BLACK SILKS,
IMPORTED EXPRESSLY FOR OUR
RETAIL TRADE.
ALSO,
A FULL LINE OF SUMMER SILKS,
At $1 25 and $1 50.
RICH CHENE AND STRIPED SILKS,
At $2 00.
PLAIN SILKS, IN ALL THE COLORS,
At $2 00.
JUST RECEIVED AN ASSORTMENT OF
SATIN-FACED SERGES,
A NEW ARTICLE FOR
WALKING SUITS.
JIBES MWRY & ®.,
SUCCESSORS TO LAKE & McCREERY,
BROADWAY and ELEVENTH ST.,
ON MONDAY, JUNE 14th
WILL OPEN IN THEIR *
Ladies’ and Children’s Department,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
BATHING SUITS, PICQUE DRESSES, AND
SUITS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS.
INFANTS’ WARDROBES
AF4D LADIES’ OUTFITS
CONSTANTLY ON HAND, OR MADE TO ORDER
AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE.
WOwsT&W
SUCCESSORS TO LAKE & McCREERY,
On MONDAY, JUNE 14th 9
WILL OPEN IN THEIR
LINEN DEPARTMENT
SEVERAL CASES OF 9-4, 10-4, 11-4, 12-4
Barnsley Sheeting,
AT A GREAT REDUCTION ON FORMER PRICES.
ALSO A LARGE LOT OF
BARNSLEY TABLE DAMASK,
IN VARIOUS WIDTHS,
AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES.
RICHARDSON’S LINENS
IN EVERY MAKE AND NUMBER. ALSO, A
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Chinese and Spanisli Linens,
FOR TRAVELING SUITS,
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
FRENCH A3D ENGLISH TOSLET QUILTS,
JUST LANDED,
AND RETAILED AT IMPORTERS’ PRICES.
JIMES M'IREEin 1 & 80.,
BROADWAY AND ELEVENTH STREET,
CALL ATTENTION TO THEIR STOCK OF
Mourning and Second Mourning,
WHICH IS NOW REPLETE WITH ALL THE
NEWEST FABRICS ADAPTED FOR THE
SEASON,
INCLUDING HERNANI AND IRON GRENADINES,
ip IAN OS, MELODEONS and ORGANS
-N- Prices greatly reduced for cash. New 7-octave Pi
anos of first-class makers for $275 and upward. New
Cabinet Organs for $45 and upward. Second-hand in
struments from S4O to $175. Monthly instalments re
ceived, and instruments to rent.
WAREROOMS, No. 481 BROADWAY.
HORACE WATERS.
J£NAPP’S“
Concentrated Extract of Hoots
FOR MAKING
ROOT BEER.
Root Beer Manufacturers, Druggists, Canfectioners,
etc., will find it to tneir advantage in using this Extract,
as it will always insure them a cheap, wholesome, ana
finely-flavored beer; beside it can be made within a
shorter space of time than by the old process. In bottles
at 40c., 75c., and $4; also in one gallon cans at sl2, suffi
cient to make 10, 25, 200, and 80J gallons of Beer.
FULL DIRECTIONS on each BOTTLE and CAN.
For sale by P. B. KNAPP & Co., Sole Proprietors, No.
362 Hudson street, near King st., New Yorlcand by all
Wholesale Druggists and Patent Medicine Dealers in
the United States and Canada.
BPMMMIM'WIWIfIUBJSaaMIiM.JKasnMMgIIWIB 111 llliailll'W
j^EW~
AND
LUNCH COUNTER.
MR. A. P. HOLBROOK
has removed from his old established Oyster House,
No 604. to
No. 616 BROADWAY,
Four Doora above Houston St.,
where he would be happy to see his old friends and cus
tomers.
Oysters in every Style. Chops and Steaks Cooked to
Order.
In addition to the above is attached a First-Class
LUNCH COUNTER,
where every delicacy with the substantiate can be had at
all times.
A. P. HOLBROOK,
Proprietor.
rjpHEODOBE UDELL’S ALE-HOUSE,
No. 44 MYRTLE AVENUE, BROOKLYN, L. 1.,
the best of
ALES, WINES, LIQUORSAND CIGARS;
Likewise his
CHAMPION ROOKY MOUNTAIN PUNCHES AND
CALIFORNIA COOLERS.
Will always be happy to see his
OLD NEW YORK FRIENDS.
qpHE~STOCK EXCHANGE
BILLIARD ROOMS,
EMPIRE BUILDING,
Nos. 69 and 71 BROADWAY,
NEAR WALL STREET,
Seven First-Class Tables. Open from 7A. M. till 8
P.M.JOHN GAULT.
TMTETROPOLIT AN BILLIARD ROOMS.
XTJL . MORRISANIA HALL,
Railroad Avenue, near Fifth street, Morrisania,
CONCERT HALL A-TTACHED.
ALES, WINES, LIQUORS AND SEGARS.
LEWIS H. COMBES, Proprietor.
JgILLIARDS!
UNION SQUARE BILLIARD ROOMS,
THE HANDSOMEST AND MOST COMPLETE
BOOMS IN THIS CITY,
containing:
TWENTY-TWO OF PHELAN’S TABLE’S.
No. 60 and 62 East 14th st.. Union Square.
CHRIS. O’CdNNOR,
Proprietor.
Billiard table for sale- -
FOR SALE CHEAP A
SECOND HAND BILLIARD TABLE IN
PERFECT ORDER.
APLLY AT THE GOTHAM,
MATTHEWS ft GEOGHAN. N ° - 300 BOWERY -
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
mence todraw interest on the Ist day of the MONTH
FOLLOWING.
WIIAiIAM VAN NAME, President.
Calvin L. Goddaud, l Vice Prp .> t „
PBTEB V OOBHIH. ) V * re *
R. CWOXF, becrmri,
gUMMER DRESS GOODS. ~
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE CQ
ARB NOW OFFERING A FINE, SELECT IO N OF
choice novelties
IN
PA.kIS GRENADINES.
SATIN STRIPED GAZE DE SOIES,
GAZE CHAMBRAIS,
PLAIN AND FIGURED
GRENADINE BAREGES,
RICH PARIS PRINTED
ORGANDIES AND JACONETS,
IN ROBES AND BY THE YARD.
S-4 and 4-4 PLAIN WHITE SILK GRENA
DINES,
FOR DRESSES.
8-4 WHITE BAREGE AND GRENADINE
BAREGES,
SUITABLE FOR SHAWLS.
THE ABOVE ABB ALL
FIRST-GLASS GOODS,
AND IMPORTED
Expressly for the Best City Retail
T rade.
BROADWAY, CORNER NINETEENTH STREET.
DEPARTMENT.
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.
Will offer the balance of their
SILK MANTLES,
ALL OF THE LATEST PARIS SHAPES,
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
TO CLOSE THE SEASON.
WALKING SUITS,
LINEN TRAVELING SUITS
AND DUSTERS.
Sea-side Wraps, Bournous, &.C.,
In Great Variety, and at Attractive Prices.
ALSO,
CHOICE DESIGNS IN
THREAD LACE POINTES,
BLACK AND WHITE LAMA LACE POINTES,
« U « « « FICHUS.
ELEGANTLY EMB’D HOUSE JACKETS,
&c., &c.,
BROADWAY, COR. NINETEENTH STREET.
JgRIDAL OUTFITS,
INFANTS’ OUTFITS,
WEARING APPAREL,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
READY-MADE AND TO ORDER.
UNDERGARMENTS;
FOR LADIES, MISSES AND INFANTS.
Baptismal Robes and Caps, Ele
gantly Embroidered.
WHITE AND COLORED
French Lawn Wallting Suits,
MORNING WRAPPERS AND DRESSING
SACKS,
4URDEM MD CRGQEET SUITS ASB HATS,
PLAIN AND TUCKED SKIRTS.HOOPS,
PLAIN AND EMBROIDERED
CORSETS AND COVERS,
Children’s Sun Bonnets, Hoods,
&c., &c.
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.
BROADWAY, CORNER NINETEENTH STREET,
AND YOUTH S
FURNISHING DEPARTMENT,
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & QO.
Are now offering a fine selection of
CHOICE NOVELTIES IN
FURNISHING GOODS,
ADAPTED TO THE SEASON.
READY-MADE SHIRTS OF EVERY DE
SCRIPTION,
FRENCH AND EMBROIDERED BOSOMS ;
THE LATEST STYLES IN LINEN
COLLARS AND CUFFS.
UNDERGARMENTS.
SILK, MERINO AND LISLE THREAD;
PANTALOON CUT
LINEN AND JEAN DRAWERS;
HOSIERY,
OF EVERY DESCBIPTION ;
FANCY ZEPHYR and SILK TIES, CRAVATS,
SCARFS, SASHES and SASH RIBBONS,
GLOVES and GAUNTLETS, SUN
and RAIN UMBRELLAS,
Ac., &c.,
At Moderate Prices.
N. B.—SHIRTS, COLLARS AND CUFFS TO ORDER.
BROADWAY, CORNER NINETEENTH ST.
SILKS,
FOULARD SILKS,
JSIjACIS, JBTXiIBZS,
POINT AND APPLIQUE LACES,
CHANTILLY FLOUNCES,
FICHUS, CAPES, BARBES
and TRIMMING LACES.
LACE PARASOLS MOUNTED IN IVORY.
PARIS AND HAMBURG EMBROIDERIES,
LAWN AND L. C. HANDKERCHIEFS
IN GREAT VARIETY.
N. B._INITIALING DONE TO ORDER.
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.
BROADWAY. CORNER NINETEENTH STREET.
JgARGAINS IN
FRENCH IMPERIAL QUILTS.
10- FRENCH QUILTS,
at $2 75 EACH;
11- FRENCH QUILTS,
at $3 50 EACH ;
12- EXTRA QUALITY QUILTS,
at $6 00 EACH.
Being less than Half the Cost of
Importation!!
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.,
BROADWAY. CORNER NINETEENTH STREET.
CONSTABLE & CO.,
. WILL OFFER ON MONDAY,
JUNE M,
300 GRENADINE BAREGE ROBES,
(16 TABDS EACH,)
At $8 00 the Robe (former price, $10).
BRQADWAY. CORNER NINETEENTH STREET.
grjj
AT HILL, MYNAS & CO’S.,
Nos. 275 and 277 Grand Street,
Bet. Forsyth and Eldridge streets,
600 pieces SILK EMBROIDERED GRENADINE,
At 25c.; worth 50c.
At hill, moynan & co.,
Nos. 275 and 277 GRAND STREET,
Between Forsyth and Eldridge streets,
ATTRACTIVE BARGAINS IN DRESS GOODS,
of every description.
The entire stock marked down 25 per cent.
A T HILL, MOYNAN & CO.,
Nos. 275 and 277 GRAND STREET.
SPECIALTIES IN MARSEILLES, PIQUES, and
OTHER WHITE GOODS.
PIQUES FROM 25 CENTS UPWARD.
y ACE SHAWLS ! LACE SHAWLS 1
200 LACE SHAWLS, at $4, $5, and $6.
200 RICH LAMA LACE SHAWLS, at $lO 00.
200 RICH LAMA LACE SHAWLS, from sls to $75.
The above-named Shawls, having been purchased al
very low prices, we shall offer them on Monday with a
small advance, which will be 25 per cent, less than cost
of importation.
HILL, MOYNAN & CO.,
Nos. 275 and 277 GRAND ST.
piLOAKS! CLOAKS!
150 Silk Garments, at $7 50.
100 Corded Silk at $lO 50.
100 “ •* finer, at sl2 00.
100 Rich Trimmed Silk Garments, at sls 00.
200 w “ “ “ from S2O to $75 00.
All unsurpassable in Style or Beauty.
GARMENTS MADE TO ORDER, at
HILL, MOYNAN & CO.’S,
Nos. 275 and 277 GRAND STREET,
Between Forsyth and Eldridge streets.
SHAWLS’
200 Handsome Grenadine Shawls, new styles, at
$4 00.
100 White Barege Shawls at $3 00.
200 Grenadine Shawls at $2 50 and $5 00.
PAISLEY SHAWLS and BROCHE SHAWLS, etc.,
etc., in great variety.
HILL, MOYNAN & CO.
JgL ACK SILKS’ BLACK SILKS!
50 pieces Heayv Gros Grain, at $2 00. worth $2 50.
50 “ “ “ 2 25 “ 2 75.
50 “ ’* “ 2 50 “ 3 00.
50 " “ “ SCO “ 3 75.
HILL, MOYNAN & CO.,
Nos. 275 and 277 GRAND STREET,
Between Forsyth and Eldridge streets.
AT HILL, MOYNAN & CO.’S,
No. 275 and 277 GRAND STREE f,
Rich Summer Lawns, from 25 cents and upward.
Rich Organdies, at 37% cents per yard.
Above Goods are of the Latest Importation, and En
tirely New Designs.
AT HILL, MOYNAN & CO.’S,
Nos. 275 and 277 GRAND STREET,
4 Cases of FRENCH CAMBRICS, at 25 cents per yard,
Yard wide.
DISPLAY
OF
ENGLISH CARPETINGS,
Imported for our City Trade,
AT
EXTRAORDINARY LOW PRICES,
AT
HIRAM ANDERSON’S.
No. 99 BOWERY, N. Y.
DISPLAYED IN TEN SPACIOUS SALESROOMS.
English Medallion Carpets, English Velvet. English
Brussels Carpets with borders, English Tapestries, Im
perial Three-Fly Carpets, at tremendous reduction in
prices.
LOWELL THREE-PLY AND INGRAIN CARPETS,
FROM AUCTION.
AT A GREAT SACRIFICE.
50,000 yds. Fine Wool Ingrain Carpet, at 70c., 75c., 87c.
and $1 per yard.
Hall and Stair Carpets and Stair Crash, at 20c._per yd.
Mosaic, Axminster, Wilton and Chenille Rugs to
match.
Embroidered Table and Piano Covers from Paris Ex
position.
Every variety of Window Shades on hand and made to
order.
Floor Oil Cloths from the Paris Exposition, new styles,
from 3 to 24 feet wide; also, good quality Oil Cloth, at
50c., 60c., 70c. and 75c. per yard.
1,000 pcs. Mattings of every description, at less than
cost. Public buildings, churches, offices, &c., furnished
at low rates.
Masonic Carpets on hand.
N. B —Anderson does not keep or sell domestic Brus
sels Carpets.
HIRAM ANDERSON,
No. 99 BOWERY, N. Y.
cloaksT
MRS. BRODIE,
No. 31 UNION SQUARE,
Invites attention to her very select Spring stock of
VELVET CLOAKS AND SACQUES,
OPERA CLOAKS.
SILK CLOAKS. SILK BASQUES,
SILK AND COLORED SUITS,
CARRIAGE CLOAKS IN PLAIDS, Ac.
BLACK AND COLORED CLOTH GARMENTS
In all the new styles.
CLOAK and DRESS TRIMMINGS in great variety.
SELLING AT VERY LOW PRICES.
EDDING.
ESTABLISHED 1828.
BEDDING WAREHOUSE.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
HOTELS, STEAMBOATS, SHIPS, AND PRIVATE
RESIDENCES FURNISHED,
AT LOWEST CASH RATES.
D. K. HALL & SONS, No. 169 CHATHAM ST.
T> EDUCTION OF 25 PER CENT
IX EVERY ARTICLE IN OUR LINE.
CHEAPEST BONNETS, TRIMMED JOCKEYS and
Untrimmed STRAW HATS, in every imaginable style,
at 25 per cent, less than ever offered before.
Bargains In BONNETS and Trimmed JOCKEYS.
FRENCH FLOWERS in great variety at REDUCED
PRICES.
Elegant White and Brown SUNDOWNS, at 50c.
Elegant Pear! and Straw SHEPHERDESSES, at 35c.
Fine Brown and Black HATS, at 25c.
BEST SHAKERS, at 12c.
Boys’ and Men’s Brown and White STRAW HATS at
50c., worth $1 25.
And many more bargains too numerous to mention.
Ladies will do well to examine our stock before pur
chasing elsewhere, as they can save 25 per cent, at least
on every article.
NO HUMBUG. PRICES ALL REDUCED.
Silk Fringes, in all colors, from 20c. per yard upward.
Best Whalebone Corsets, warranted, at 75c.
AT EHRICH’S TEMPLE OF FASHION,
No. 279 EIGHTH AVENUE,
Between Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth streets.
AND OIL CLOTHS.
FOR SPRING SALES 1869.
VELVETS, TAPESTRY, BODY BRUSSELS THREE
PLY, and INGRAINS, in every variety, for Rooms,
Halls, and Stairs, at greatly reduced prices
for CASH.
SMITH BROTHERS,
SUCCESSORS TO
SMITH & LOUNSBERRY,
No. 738 BROADWAY, near Astor place.
Beauty unp ar
PATENT HAIR-CRIMPERS. Essential to every
lady’s toilet. No heat required in using them. For sale
at Variety Stores. Beware of Imitations. The trade
supplied by wholesale Notion Dealers in New York,
Philadelphia, and Boston. .Made only by E. IVINS, No.
1,301 Marshall st., Philadelphia, Pa.
Bonnets at ss— worth sio.
ELEGANT SUMMER HATS AND BONNETS,
$5 EACH. STRAW HATS, $1 to 25 cents.
REAL LACE BONNETS, sls, warranted: worth S3O.
L. BINNS’ MILLINERY.
No. 577 BROADWAY,
Opposite Metropolitan Hotel.
dhl PER DAY GUARANTEED.—
S V# Agents to sell the HOME SHUTTLE SEW
ING MACHINE. It makes the lock stitch, alike on both
sides, has the under-feed, and is equal in every respect to
any sewing machine ever invented. Price $25. Warranted
for 5 years. Send for circular. Address Johnson, Clark
& Co., Boston, Mass., Pittsburgh, Pa., or St. Louis, Mo.
SUPREME COURT, CITY AND COUN-
TY OK NEW YORK.—Benjamin L. Benson and
William A. Rosekrans, Plaintiffs, against E. S. Cand
ler, Jr., Defendant.—Summons.—Fcr Money.
To the above named Defendant: You are hereby sum
moned and required to answer the complaint in the ac
tion which was filed in the Office of the Clerk of this
Courts at the City Hall in the City of New York, on the
13th day of May, 1869, and to serve a copy of your answer
on the subscribers, at their Office, No. 82 Nassau street,
(Law Buildings,) in the City of New York, within twenty
days after the service of this summons on you, exclusive
of the day of such service; and if you fail to answer the
coinplaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiffs in
this action will take judgment against the defendant
therein for the sum of Fourteen Hundred and Ninety
nine dollars and seven cents and interest thereon, from
the 2d day of February, 1869.
SHELDON & BROWN, Plaintiff’s Attorneys,
No. 82 N assau street, N. Y.
52®.
PRIZES CASHED IN ALL LEGALIZED
LOTTERIES, and information given, by
D. W. DAVIS, No. 2?, DEY STREET,
A few doors from Broadway.
OYA L HAVANA LOTTERY—PRI-
ZES paid in gold; information furnished. Highest
ates paid for doubloons and all kinds of gold and silver.
TAYLOR & CO., Bankers, No. 16 Wall street, N. Y.
A MERICAN LOTTERIES OFFICE
JzTL removed to new Cigar Store, No. 514 Canal street.
New York City, 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 patrons.
All prizes cashed in legal
LOTTERlES.—Circulars and drawings sent.
J. CLUTE, Broker, No. 200 Broadway,
and No. 163 Fulton street, N. Y,
Will remove to No. 208 Broadway, on May Ist.
He. P. KOCH
• Will offer on MONDAY NEXT a fall line of
LACE SHAWLS FROM AUCTION
at an enormous reduction.
LACE SHAWLS AT $2 00. worth $6 00.
“ •• “ $5 00, worth $lO 00.
LAMA LACE SHAWLS AT $8 00, worth sl2 00 and
sls 00. Cost twice that to import.
LACE POINT at half the Broadway prices.
WIIITE AND BLACK GRENADINE SHAWLS
AS LOW AS $2 00.
Also, from Auction,
SPLENDID FRENCH LAWNS, ORGANDIES.
ENGLISH BAREGES at 12J cents per yard.
HANDSOME CHENE POPLINS at $3 25 per dress,
A FULL LINE OF
BLACK AND COLORED ALPACAS
FROM 30 CENTS A YARD.
EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS IN WHITE
PIQUES AND MARSEILLES.
Lawns, Jaconets, Swisses and Cambrics.
KOCH’S is the best house to buy
HOUSEHOLD LINEN OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Towels, Damasks, Doylies, Napkins, etc.
Sheetings, Muslins, etc.
DRY GOODS FOR THE MILLION.
H. C. F. KOCH,
No. 15 CARMINE STREET, Cor. Bleecker st.
Sixth Avenue, Fulton Ferry and Bleecker St. R. R.
Cars pass the door.
gHAW & EATON, ~
LATE WITH A. T. STEWART & CO. S
Will open on
MONDAY, JUNE 14th,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
REAL LAMA LACE SHAWLS,
Purchased at the recent Auction Salas, and
WILL BE SOLD MUCH BELOW THE COST OF
IMPORTATION.
No. 1105 BROADWAY,
Under Albemarle Hotel.
ALTMAN’S SIXTH AVE. BAZAAB
ALTMANS’ GREAT BARGAINS THIS WEEK.
ALTMAN OFFERS
G-reat Inducements This Week.
Look at the following prices—all new goods:
10 pieces of New Choice J apanese Silk at $1 25 and $137.
20 pieces Black and Gray Striped Lyons Silks, (worth
$2 00,) at $1 60.
20 pieces Splendid Heavy Black Silk, (white edge,) at
$1 56.
25 pieces Extra Quality Gro’s Grain Black Silk at $2 18.
25 pieces Very Heavy, and made full thirty inches,
(worth $4 00.) at $2 88.
FULL ASSORTMENT OF SILKS AND SATINS AT
GREAT BARGAINS.
10 cartons Splendid Black Sash Ribbons at 90 cents.
10 cartons Very Wide, full % yard, (selling elsewhere at
$2 00.) only $1 10.
Rich Plaid and Striped Sash Ribbons (a bargain) at
$1 12.
Full Assortment of Dress Trimmings, Ribbone and
Fringes, cheap.
100 Ladies’ Made Breakfast Sacks, only $1 00.
Tucked Skirts, Good Quality, at
<pl 50.
Children’s Linen Suits, Buff, Brown or White, (trim
med,) $1 19.
Larger Size, and Handsomely Trimmed and made up,
only $1 44,
Magnificent Walking Suits for Ladies, made up and
trimmed superbly, of Bishop or Victoria Lawn, or Nan
sook, only $lO 50. (The making of the above suits cost
more than we sell for).
3 more lots of the Pongee Parasols at $1 00.
2 more lots of the larger size only $1 10.
Silk Parasols, plain, lined, tucked, ruffled, Ac., &c., at
near half price.
300 doz. Ladies’ and Misses’ Gauze and Flannel Vests
at 63 cents, 75 cents, and 88 cents.
200 doz. Misses’, Boys and Children’s Vests at 35 cants,
45 cents, and 55 cents.
100 doz. Good Quality Gent’s Shirts and Drawers only
63 cents.
Full Regular Made, for Ladies and Gents, (a bargain,)
only 90 cents.
Corsets, Hoop Skirts, Fans, Perfumery and Jewelry at
bargains. ’
Elegant Sets of Jet and Bronze Jewelry, for the sea
side, at $1 00.
The best of Perfumeries at wholesale prices. Florida
Water at 61 cents.
Just received 50 boxes (including blues) Best Kids, all
shades, at $1 00.
Full Regular-made Hose and Half Hose at 25 cents, 30
cents and 33 cents.
Lisle Thread, splendid quality, very fine, for 75.
Ballbriggans in every number and size and quality,
from 54 cents up.
Everything in Hosiery for Infants, Misses, Youths, La
dies, and Gents. We guarantee to undersell all in hosi
ery and handkerchiefs. Cotton Trimmings of all de
scriptions in Gimps, Fringes, Marseilles Braids, Picque
Braids, &c., &c., at importation prices. Marseilles of all
kinds and styles. Everything ladies and gents require,
from a paper of needles to a silk dress. Ladies going into
the country will do well to call and examine our large
and varied stock of goods. One price for all—no second
price ever asked or taken. No one urged to buy. All our
goods freely shown, at ALTMANS’ BAZAAR, Nos. 331
and 333 Sixth avenue, bet. 23th and 21st streets.
N. B.—loo pieces Picques and Marseilles, just in, at 28
cents and 35 cents, worth 50 cents. Also, 1 lot Crepe Me
ratte Shawls, in whites, at only $3 38, as well as real
Grenadine Shawls, white and. black, only $6 25.
H. MACY.
HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR,
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS,
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES,
FINE STRAW GOODS,
MILLINERY GOODS,
RIBBONS AND VELVETS,
' PERFUMERY AND SOAPS,
TRIMMINGS, SATINS, SILKS, BUTTONS, &c.,
SMALL WARES,
PARASOLS AND SUN UMBRELLAS,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, &c..
AT POPULAR PRICES.
R. H. MACY,
14th street, 6th avenue and 13th street.
THE MOST NATURAL AND PERFECTLY FITTING
WIGS ARE MANUFACTURED
AND SOLD AT
WM. R SPENCE’S,
No. 781 BROADWAY,
First floor up-stairs.
Opposite A. T. Stewart’s, New York.
{JARPETS AND FUBNITUBE?
ON EASY TERMS.
GREENE & CO. are offering their entire stock of
CARPETS, FURNITURE, OIL-CLOTHS, BLANK
ETS, and BEDDING, over $250,000 worth, at very low
prices.
MONTHLY PAYMENTS TAKEN,
AT
No. 198 EIGHTH AVENUE, cor. of Twentieth st.
JgSTABLISHED TWENTYYEABS. "
EXTENSION COMPLETED.
FLOOR COVERINGS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
AT
ALLING & LACEY’S.
CARPETINGS,
DRUGGETS,
OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINGS,
AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
FLOOR COVERING,
DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED,
IS THE
HANDSOMEST DESIGNS, NEWEST STYLES, AND
OF EVERY QUALITY,
AT POSITIVE BARGAINS,
AND CHEAPER THAN ANYWHERE ELSE
IN NEW YORK.
ALLING & LACEY,
Nos. 171 and 173 Sixth, avenue,
CORNER TWELFTH ST., N. Y.
Great clearing out sale of Carpets of the most exqui
site Stvles, in VELVET, BRUSSELS, TAPESTRY
THREE-PLY and INGRAIN; further. RUGS, MATS
MATTING, OIL CLOTHS, W INDOW SHADES, LACE
CURTAINS, CORNICES, etc., etc., in great variety,
and at lower prices than have been offered in five years.
$500,000 worth of RICH and MEDIUM FURNITURE
of excellent workmanship, comprising the latest ENG
-Lior. and FRENCH STYLES; also, a large assortment
of PLAIN FURNITURE, suitable for every household,
at equally low prices. All goods warranted as represent
ed, and delivered free, at the large wholesale and retail
warerooms, Nos. 486 and 488 EIGHTH AVENUE, and
Nos. 267, 269 and 271 THIRTY-FIFTH STREET, adjoin
ing. D. KELLY,
Successor to H. O’Farrell.
The gbeat new yobk cabpet
STORE, No. 80 SIXTH AVENUE,
is offering the newest styles in the market, of
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN BRUSSELS, THREE
PLY, AND POWER LOOM INGRAIN OAR
PETS, OIL CLOTHS. WILTON VELVET,
AND BRUSSELS RUGS, MATS, CAN-
TON AND COCOA MATTINGS,
WINDOW SHADES, Etc.
INGRAIN CARPETS 50 CENTS PER YARD.
Having been purchased for Cash, during the pressure
in the money market, will be sold at considerably lower
prices than by any other house in the trade. Every arti
cle warranted as represented, and delivered free.
H. McALEENAN, Proprietor.
NOTICE
TO THE PUBLIC!
Bendall & Co.
are supplying housekeepers, and taka payment by the
week or month for
CARPETS,
OIL CLOTHS,
FURNITURE,
BEDDING,
PIANOS,
SEWING MACHINES, Ac., Ac.
So well is this easy mode of furnishing appreciated,
that thousands of families have availed themselves of
the opportunity offered, and BENDALL A CO. have
been obliged to enlarge their establishment to more
than double the original size. They now occupy Nos.
205, 207, 209 and 211 Hudson street, as well as adjoining
buildings in Canal and Desbrosses streets.
CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES.
Sunday Edition. June 13.
band EXCURSION
TO
NEWPORT AND RETURN.™™"®"
The world-renowned
STEAMER BRISTOL,
COMMANDER BRAYTON,
WILL LEAVE PIER No. 30, NORTH RIVER,
foot of Chambers street.
. „ ON SATURDAY. JUNE 19, at SP. M.,
ARRIVING in NEWPORT tho following morning*
returning, will leavo Newport SUNDAY EVENING,
at 9 P.M.
arriving in New York, MONDAY MORNING at 8
celebrated Brass, String, and Reed
BANDS will render a choice selection of MUSIC on tho
passage.
This will give pleasure-seekers an opportunity of
spending a day at the most
■XI. FASHIONABLE WATERING-PLACE IN AMERICA
without interfering with their business.
FARE FOB THE ROUND TRIP, SEVEN DOLLARS.
to the great demand for EXCURSION TICK
pio, tne management, in their efforts to please th a
urnSm? P U “ lC :have added the splendid steamer NEW-
Q AmriT> f^ r A-Cr he T?T^?, cominodation ’ leaving New York
At 6:30 p - from PIER No.
(too^,P.t. i y un ' ay street), and, RE
i 1 IQa ro NEWPORT on the steamer
BRISTOL, Sunday evening, at 9 P. M.
M JAMES FISK, Jr., President.
M. R. Simons, General Superintendent.
Chas. H. Vaile, General Passenger Agent.
H. H. Mangam. Freight Agent.
NARRAGANSETT STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
The twelfth annual pic-nic of
the new YORK CALEDONIAN CLUB,
JONES' WOOD, FRIDAY, JUNE 125, W
DANCING TILL 10 P. M.
Music by two full Bands and the Pipers of the Club.
Gents’ Tickets, 50 cents; Ladies’, 25 cents.
The Club will leave for the grounds at 9% A. M.
PIFTH ANNUAL PICNIC
AND
SUMMER NIGHT’S FESTIVAL
OF THE
TRIPLE X SOCIAL CLUB,
will take place on
THURSDAY, JUNE 10th. 1869,
AT FUNK’S UNION PARK, 63d street, East Rives
TICKETS, FIFTY CENTS,
Admitting a gentleman and ladies.
P. GANTHERT, Sec. H. ROTAMANN, Preg.
Fobt lee, pleasant valley.
A&D SHADY SIDE.—The People’s «—» J
Ferry Co.’s Steamboat PALISADE leaves
foot of Spring street daily—Sundays in-iEgagfewFitiflar
eluded—at 10 A. M., 2, and 5% P. M.; Steamboat FORT
LEE, from foot of Thirty-fourth street, N. R., evera
Sunday, for the season, at 103< A. M. and P. M.
Passage Tickets good on either boat.
This Boat to charter for Sunday Schools and Pic-NiG
Parties, &c.
Brooklyn and bockaway
_ BEACH R. R., UNTIL FURTHER _
NOTICE.—On and after June 10th, trains
will run as follows: In connection with
steamboats for Rockaway Beach, leaving East New
York every hour from 6:30 A. M., until 10:30 A. M. Eve
ry half hour from 10:30 A. M., until 6:30 P. M. Ever>
hour from 6:30 P. M., until 9:30 P. M. Leaving Canar
sie every hour from 6:00 A. M., until 10;00 A. M. Every
half hour from 10:00 A. M., until 6:00 P. M. Every hour
from 6 until 9P. M. Sunday trains will leave East New
York every hour from 7:30 A. M., until 10:30 A. M.
Every halt hour from 10:30 A. M., until 6:30 P. M. Eve
ry hour from 6:30 P. M„ until 9:30 P. M. Leaving Ca
narsie every hour from 7A. M., until 10 A. M. Every
haff hour from 10 A. M., until 6 P. M. Every lioui?
from 6P. M., until 9P. M. Excursions, Moonlight oe
Pic-nio Parties accommodated on reasonable term%
E » i;ro ? d - Cars start from R.
SMIIH S Metropolitan Hotel, or at Atlantic street R.
R. Crossing near the Hotel. Address B. F, JUDKINS,
Superintendent, Box 122 East New York P. O.
Bxcubsi on
. SPRING HILL GROVE, between Glenwood and
Hastings-on-Hud son, will be open for Pic-nio parties on.
For choic ® o f days apply at No. 191
he P r °P rietors » CORPORAL
THOMPSON & SON, by letter, Hastings-on-Hodson.
Fob coney island.
The splendid steamer SYL.VAN fpa.
SHORE, Captain E’ T. Wilson will f jbSuEZXpSI
commence regular trips to Coney Island,
THURSDjaY, JUNE 10: Leaving Christopher street,
N. R„ at 9:20, 12:20 and 3:20; Warren straet, N. R., at
-9:40,12:40 and 3:40: Pier 3, (Morris street), N .R., at 10:08
1:00 and 4 ;00 o’clock.
N. B.—Tne Steamer Sylvan Shore will occupy th®
route for a few days in place of the Norwalk.
NOBTH SHOBE, STATEN ISLAND,
ELM PARK, A. M., 5:30. Freight frwn».
boat, 7;25,10:15.12:001P.M., 3:ls—Freight
boat, 5:45; Port Richmond, A. M., 5:45,
6:45, 7:45,8:45,10:25. P. M., 12:15, 2:00, 3:25, 4:CO, 5:55.
Factoryville, A. M-, 5:55, 6:55, 7:55, 8:55, 10:35; P. M.„
12:25,2:10,3:35,4:10, 6:05. S. S. Harbor, A. M., 6:00.
7:00, 8:00,9:00, 10:40: P. M., 12.30, 2:15, 3:40, 4:15, 6:10.
New Brighton, A. M.. 6:10, 7,10, 8:05, 9:05,10:45; P. M._
12:35, 2:25, 3:45, 4:25, 6;15. New York, A. M., 7:00, 9:00,
10:30, 12:00; P. M., 1:00, 2:00. 4:00, 5:00, 6:00, 7:00. Th®
“ Huguenot” runs as freight boat.
SUNDAY TIME.
Elm Park, A. M.. 9:45,11:15; P. M.. 12:45, 2:15, 4:45.
5:45. Port Richmond, A. M., 7:00, 8:00, 9:55, 11:25; P.
M., 12:55,2:25, 4:55, 5:55. Factoryville, A. M.. 7:10, 8:10j
10:05,11:35; P. M., 1:05, 2:35, 5:05, 6:05. New Brighton.
A. M., 7;20, 8:20,10:15,11:45: P. M., 1:15, 2:45, 5:15, 6:10.
New York, A. M., 8:30, 10:00, 11:30; P. M., 1:00, 2:30.
4:00,6:00, 7:00.
NEW YORK PIER, No. 19 between Courtlandt and
Dey streets. TO LET, for Sunday School Picnics, Po
mona Grove. _
New gbove on the hudsok
RIVER FOR EXCURSIONS,
‘•EXCELSIOR PARK.” ALSO N
CROSSETT GROVE TO LET,
BOATS AND BARGES SUCH AS DESIRED.
STEAMER MARTHA WASHINGTON,
FOR CHARTER TO THE FISHING BANKS,
No. 382 WEST STREET,
NEAR CHRISTOPHER.
H. B. CROSSETT.
Fob excursions and „
PICNIC PARTIES.
The large first-class steamboat,
SLEEPY HOLLOW,
Unsurpassed for speed and comfort.
Also, DUDLEY’S GROVE, MYERS’ GROVE.
ALDERNEY PA&K, and
RARITAN BEACH GROVE.
Ba -ges Walter Sands. William Myers, Wm. J. Haskett
and Merchant. With Steamboats of all kinds.
For choice of days apply early at the office of
J. & E. MYERS,
ON BOARD OF BARGE IRENE,
Foot of MORTON ST.
Mobning line to b
PEEKSKILL.—The Steamboat
ELOPE leaves every morning, with- 86 * ’’ 1
out exception, from the foot of Harrison St. at 8 o’clock,
landing at Thirty-fourth St. at BX, Yonkers, Hastings,
Dobbs’ Ferry. Nyack, Sing Sing, Haverstraw, Grew
Point, and Verplank s.
jpEOPLES’ LINE FOB ALBANY.
The Largest and most Magnificent
River Steamers in the World—
THE ST. JOHN, DREW,
AND
DEAN RICHMOND.
One of the above steamers will leave PIER No. 4K
NORTH RIVER, every Afternoon (Sundays excepted),
at 6 o’clock, arriving at ALBANY in time to connect with
Railroad Trains West and North. Returning, leave the
Steamboat Landing at Albany at 7 o’clock P. M., or on
the arrival of connecting trains from the West and North.
Through tickets can ba obtained at the OFFICE ON
THE WHARF, and baggage checked to its destination.
Freightjreceived until the hour of departure.
SPECIAL NOTICE?
THE NORWICH AND WORCES
TER LINE for BOSTON, ana points
generally throughout the New England
States, will, on WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21st,
REMOVE
from Pier No. 39, occupied by this lino the past 8 years,
to the spacious dock,
PIER No. 40, N. R.,
foot of Canal and Wutts streets, where the best accom
modation for Passengers and Freight to Eastern points
will be found, and that cannot be surpassed in New York
city, connecting at NEW LONDON and NORWICH
with New London Northern and Norwich and Worcester
railroads; at Putnam with Boston, Hartford, and Eriqi
railroad; at Worcester with Boston and Albany, Worces
ter and Nashua, and Fitchburg and Worcester
Freight and Passenger Rates as low as any '‘lnside:
Line.” For through Tickets. Rates for Freight,and full
information, apply at the office, Pier No. 40, N. R.
J. E. SHORT, Jb., Agent.
Fob boston,
VIA
FALL RIVER, DIRECT.
T H E
WORLD-RENOWNED STEAMERS,
BRISTOL, and
COM’D’R BRAYTON, COM’D’R SIMMONS,
WILL LEAVE (Alternate Days) DAILY,
FROM PIER No. 30 NORTH RIVER,
(Foot of Chambers street,)
At 5 P. M.
DODWORTH’S CELEBRATED ORCHESTRA,
including brass, string and reed bands, will be
to each steamer on its passage.
GRAND PROMENADE CONCERT
EVERY EVENING.
THIS IS THE ONLY LINE RUNNING A SUNDAY
NIGHT BOAT.
One of the above steamers will STOP at NEWPORT
every SATURDAY night, and returning will leava
NEWPORT SUNDAY NIGHT.
FOR TftE BETTER ACCOMMODATION OF
THE PUBLIC,
THE SPLENDID STEAMERS,
NEWPORT and OLD COEONYi
COM’D’R LEWIS, COM’D’R MILLEB,
WILL LEAVE (Alternate Days) DAILY,
(Sundays excepted,)
FROM PIER No. 28, NOBIH RIVER,
(Foot of Murray street),
At 6:30 P. M.,
FOR
BOSTON via NEWPORT.
FREIGHT received at Pier 30 up to 5 P. M.,
and at Pier 28 up to 6:30 P. M. each evening.
JAMES FISK, Jr., President.
M. R. SIMONS, Managing Director,
CHAS. H. VAILE, General Passenger Agent,
H. H. MANGAM, Freight Agent,
NAR RAGANBETT STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
piROVIDENCE AND NEW YORK ’
STEAMSHIP CO.
NEPTUNE LINE,
FOR BOSTON, FROVIDENCE,
and all other points in New England, by the New '
Splendid Steamers,
ELECTRA, Capt. Jesse Mott,
AND
GALATEA, Capt J. W.
one of which leaves
Pier 27, Nortli River,
daily at 5 P. M., for PROVIDENCE direct, connecting
with the 7A. M. train for BOSTON. Freight taken
the lowest rates. For further information apply t®
ISAAC ODELL, Agent.
New York, June 25, 1868. P Jer
BRANCH OFFICE OF THE _
PROVIDENCE and N. Y. STEAMSHIP
No. 64 WALL STREET, Naw York, .
ERSKINE PHILLIPS, Box No, 2.323.
Erof. nelson consulted on ali|
the events of Life, No. 56 South Sixth st., Wjlr
sburgh; takes time: gives satisfaction.
Divobces
different States. Desertion, &c., sufficient cause*
No publicity. No charge until divorce obtained. Advicil.
free, M. HOUSE, Attorney, No. Tfi Namu rtreek

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