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First assembly District Union Re
publican Asso.tation.—At the regular monthly meet
ing of the fcbv.e association, held at No. 133 Franklin
street, Mr. Xatnan Kingsley, Sr„ chairman of tie Com
mittee on Appointments, reported the manner in which
the comm.ttee had been treated by Collector Grinnell.
In the Custom-House, Democrats were being reap
pointed, and Democrats were backed by Republicans in
high positions. The committee were well received at
the Post-Office, and were promised some offices in a
Ehort time. At the Appraiser’s, • they had also been
promised a position for ono man. At the Revenue
offices they received very shabby treatment, and were
not able to get a promise for a single man. Over one
hundred and fifty places were held in the Revenue offices
of the First Assembly District by men who belonged to
Maine, to Massachusetts, and to Washington. The
committee thought it very unfair that countrymen
should hold the offices which belonged of right to loyal
New York citizens. At the Marshal’s office the com
mittee were treated very disrespectfully, and the Mar
shal insultingly said he had got friends enough to fill the
offices under his control. General Barlow was asked by
Hon. Henry Smith, “ Do I understand you do not recog-
• nize the claims of this organization T* He answered :
•• If that is not recognizing them, Ido not.” Mr. Kings
ley concluded his report by severely animadverting on
the general reception of the committee, and denouncing
the action of those who sustained Democrats as rene
gades. Mr. Samuel W. Lecompte indorsed the state
ments of Mr. Kingsley, as a member of the committee.
The committee were thanked by unanimous vote. It
was then voted unanimously that General F. C. Barlow
be censured far insulting their committee, and that the
resolution of censure be engrossed and sent to him.
Seventh Assembly District Repub
lican Union Association.—A large meeting of this
etaunch association was held on Friday evening, Presi
dent Cornelius Van Cott in the Chair, and Wm. Ter
hune. Secretary. Addresses were made by Col. F. A.
Conkling and Prof. George W. Clarke, and a Committee
appointed to prepare suitable resolutions upon the
death of Hon. Henry J. Raymond. The following are
the resolutions:
Resolved, That the sudden decease of our fellow-citi
sen, Hon. Henry J. Raymond, long a resident of the
Seventh District, is felt by this community, and by the
Republican partv of State and Nation, as a signal loss of
one whose record, in past years, was that of a vigorous
writer, an eloquent orator, and an independent think
er-, ana whose moderate councils and commanding tal
ent promised great usefulness to the cause of freedom
jn the future.
Resolved, That we recall, with deep emotion, the ge
nial manners, born of a kind and fraternal nature, of
our departed felluw-citizen, and remember, witn sat
isfaction, that his latest expressions and efforts were
for the conciliation of all differences between our com
mon Republican party in New York city.
Resolved, That we tender our sincere sympathy to the
bereaved household, in their great affliction, invoking
for them the consolation of Him in whose disposal are
all the times and seasons of mortal life and labor,
wnose infinite wisdom judges all human hearts, and
whose loving kindness, “ doeth all things well.”
A. J. H. DUG ANNE,
JACOB H. GUMBLE,
GEO. W. CLARK,
WM. TERHUNE,
WM. MERTEN,
Committee.
Thirteenth Assembly District. —A
special meeting of the Union Republican Association of
this district was held at Eighteenth street and Eighth
avenue on Tuesday evening last. The constitution and
by-laws of the association of last year were adopted.
Mr. Hugh Gardiner reported progress on behalf of the
Committee of organization and Patronage, and in the
course of his remarks spoke very strongly on the way
persons were treated who called at the Post-Office to see
Genera] Jones; he had several times to waib hours, and
had then been told that he must call next day. The
Postmaster was as difficult to approach as the Emperor
of Russia.
A very animated discussion followed on the appoint
ment of a Superintendent for the Post-Office in that
ward, during which the Chairman and Mr. McLeod had
a sharp altercation. The report was ultimately adopted.
Mr. Charles S. Spencer moved that the Secretary be
appointed a committee to get the names of members en
rolled last year, and have them added to the present list,
and made a long speech in favor of the resolution, in
which he denounced the renegade Republicans who are
now seeking appointments, and several chiefs of depart
ments who were encouraging them. Gen. Fairman then
made a speech reviewing the political issues that now
concern the country. A resolution was adopted .urging
the heads of departments not to recognize the ambitious
men seeking patronage, who are not regular Republicans
and do not belong to the Association.
Twenty-first Assembly District, —
At the regular monthly meeting of the Twenty-first As
sembly District Union Republican Association, held at
Harmony Hall, Harlem, an exceedingly spirited discus
sion arose on a motion made by Mr. Edgar Ketchum
that a portion of the records, which referred to a conver
sation between Mr. Abraham Brown, Jr., and Mr. Edgar
Ketchum, in reference to the patronage of the Internal
Revenue Assessor, be expunged. After a long and sharp
discussion, in which Messrs. Edgar Ketchum, Col. Geo.
P. Webster, M. S. Hoy, Shepherd Knapp, ex-Judge Jas.
H. Welsh, Erastus F. Browne, and others participated,
it was finally voted to exnunge the passage.
The most important business transacted was the re
ception and adoption of the report and resolutions of a
committee appointed to wait upon Col. A. P. Ketchum,
the Assessor of the Internal Revenue Department for
the Ninth Congressional District, in reference to the ap
pointments which he has recently made in his office. It
is claimed by a large majority of the Association that
Col, Ketchum has refused to recognize any of the rec
ommendations of the various Assembly District Aseo na
tions in the appointment of his subordinates, and that
those parties whom he has appointed are not active Re
publicans, but are relatives and personal friends. The
committee appointed to confer with Col. Ketchum were
Col. G. P. Webster. A. Brown, Jr., and James Dewey.
A committee of one from the Seventeenth, Nineteenth
and Twentieth Districts have also visited Col. Ketchum,
and were informed that he was not inddbted to any po
litical association for his appointment, and consequently
would not be guided by them in the choice of his subor
dinates.
Mr. Abraham Brown, chairman of the special commit
tee to confer with Col. Ketchum, reported that the lat
ter had treated them with disrespect, and that he had
made appointments which were not in accordance with
the wisnqg of the loyal Republicans of the district. The
committee offered a series of resolutions sustaining the
Administration and reflecting severely on a turbulent
faction whom they accuse of endeavoring to destroy the
Republican party. After a long and exciting discussion
the resolutions were adopted.
Grant and Colfax Club. —At a
meeting of the Grant and Colfax Club ot the Twenty
first Assembly District, held in Harlem, Mr. N. Crawford
in the chair, a large number being present, there was
presented and unanimously adopted a a preamble and
resolution offered by Mr. Otis T. Hall, warmly indorsing
the course of Mr. Darling in Congrats, and appro ring of
ins appointment as Collector of Internal Revenue, and
congratulating the party upon the appointment of Col.
Ketchum to an important office in the Reveue Depart
ment. The meeting adjourned, subject to the call of the
President.
People’s Union Club.—On Thins
day evening last a very pleasant entertainment was given
at Thompson’s Academy, No. 275 Bleecker street, by an
Association known as the People’s Union Club. The
officers are, James E. McVeaney, President; James H.
Souder, Vice-President; John A. Croker, Secretary;
George Tice, Treasurer. The exercises consisted of a
promenade, singing of the Star Spangled Banner by the
members of the club, and an address. This was to have
been delivered by Col. A. J. H. Duganne, but illness
prevented his being present. The remainder of the
evening was devoted to promenading, dancing, and dis
cussing the bountiful supply of strawberries provided by
the club for their guests. There was a large company of
ladies and gentlemen present, and all passed a most en
joyable evening. The Committee of Arrangements, con
sisting of Joseph Souder, James Shields, Wm. Camp
bell, Wm. Gibbs, and Wm. H. Warren, were most at
tentive to the wants of their guests.
lowa Republican State Convention.
—At the recent State Convention held by the Republi
can party at Des Moines, lowa, the following ticket was
placed in nomination:
Governor— Samuel Morrill (the incumbent.)
Lieut-Governor— M. Lf. Walden of Appanoose.
Supreme Judge— John W. Dillon.
jSuo. Pub. Instruction— A. S. Kissell.
Among the Vice-Presidents was Mr. Alexander-Clark,
of Muscatine, a colored man. The resolutions adopted
by the convention, from which we extract the following,
■how that the Republican party in that State do not pro
pose to retrace their steps on the great questions of the
day:
Resolved, That we rejoice in the glorious national vic
tory of 18E8, which has brought peace, and happiness,
and prosperity to our nation, and we heartily indorse
the administration of Gen. Grapt.
Resolved, That the Republican party of lowa, being
• among the first siqce tne Rebellion to incorporate in a
State constitution the great principle of impartial suf
frage, cordially accepts the opportunity presented, by
the adoption of the fifteenth amendment to the consti
tution of the United States, of making those principles
national.
Resolved, That the public expenditures of the State
Government should be reduceij to the lowest sum which
can be reached by a system of the most rigid economy:
that no money should be taken from the National Treas
ury for any work of interna! improvement, or for the
erection of any public buildings not clearly necessary to
be made or erected until the National dept is paid, or
greatly reduced; tnat all the money that can be saved
frqpi the National revenue, honestly collected, should be
applied to the reduction of the National debt, to the
end tnat the people may be relieved from tne burden or
taxation as rapidly as practicable.
Resolved, That we indorse and approve the policy which
the present Secretary of ths Treasury of the United
Stales has pursued.
NEW JERSEY ITEMS.
Movement for the Forcible Abate
iient of AR. R. Nuisance. —Great complaints have
for some time past been loudly and repeatedly expressed
by the residents of Jersey City, against the New Jersey
Central Bailroad Company, for filling in the land around
Communi paw Cove, with rotten garbage gathered from
the streets of New York. The stench arising from this
xource has become an intolerable nuisance, and the fol
lowing resolution is being {freely circulated for signa
tures throughout the city: “We, the undersigned citi
rens of Hudson county, in order to protect ourselves
■gainst the outrage perpetrated upon us by the New
Jersey Central Railroad Company, and, in virtue of our
inherent right to abate a nuisance, hereby agree be
tween ourselves that we will use every endeavor to com
pel the said corporation to respect our rights; and that
should it become necessary, we will sustain and assist
and defend each other in any and every emergency that
may arise while in pursuance of said object.”
A Novel Case.— Conrad Sperling
was arrested yesterday on complaint of Francis C. Han
■od, keeper of a saloon in Newark street, Hoboken, who
susnocted the prisoner of having stolen. The complain
ant premised overling that if he would acknowledge the
tLe.t he, complainant, would not prosecute. He ac
knowledged it, wuereuvon he was arrested. Recorder
Pope, before whom the priso ler was arraigned, severely
reprimanded Hanson for the course he had pursued, and
refusing to receive hi.’ evidence, disc, arged tue accused.
Inquest.—Coroner VV arren held an
inquest on Friday night, in the c'ise of the child. George
McGeogan, who was killed in Prospect street, Jersey
City, by being run over. The jury rendered a verdict of
accidental death, but censured the owner of the team
for not employing a competent driver instead of a mere
boy. The child was only twenty mouths old. When will
parents restrain their children from running rampant
through the streets, to their own danger, and the annoy
ance of the public ?
Threatening- to Blow Out an Of
ficer’s Brains. —John Murphy, a resident of Paterson
avenue, West Hoboken, was arrested late on Friday
night, by Officer Lawrence, for being drunk and unruly
at the Hoboken Ferry, whereupon he pulled out a re
volver, presented it at the officer’s head, and threatened
to blow out his brains. Yesterday morning, Recorder
Pope fined him $5 for being drunk, and placed him un
der S2OO bonds to keep the peace for one rear.
Malicious Use of a Torpedo. —Some
malicious person placed a torpedo on the horse railroad
track in Erie street, near Pavonia avenue, Jersey City,
and upon its being run over by a car, exploded with a
loud report, scaring the horses, and causing them to be
come unmanageable. The torpedo was one of the kind
made to place on railroad tracks to give engineers warn
ing of danger.
gy Free Labor Bureau and Intelligence
Office.
Department of Public Charities and >
Correction, J une 9.1869. )
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of 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.
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.
Rummer
MISSISQUOI SPRINGS HOTEL,
FRANKLIN COUNTY, VERMONT,
. BURROUGHSProprietor
The above Hotel is now open for the reception of guests.
First-class accommodations. Pure Vermont air—so fa
vorable to invalids, and others. Wild and nicturesque
scenery, including fine views of Mount Mansfield and the
BOATING, FISHING,
. SPLENDID DRIVES, &c., Ac.
This hotel is adjacent to the famous Missisquoi Springs,
whose waters have wrought such almost 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.
Fireworks i fireworks »
EDGE’S
FIRST PREMIUM FIREWORKS.
The undersigned respectfully call the attention of Com
mittoes of Cities and Towns that intend celebrating the
coming fourth of July to our large and beautiful stock
of exhibition work for public or private displays, which
we are prepared to furnish m any quantity and at short
notipe. 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. & 1. EDGE, Pyrotechnists, Jersey City, N. J.
Excelsior fireworks’
Best quality. Extra Size. Call early to get supplied.
G. A. LILLIE ND AHL A CO.,
MANUFACTURERS. No. 9 DEY STR SET, N.Y.
THE EXCELSIOR FIREWORKS can also be ob
tained of tho following parties, who are exclusive deal
ers in our Goods:
Richard Jones, No 16 John st.
S. S. Mapes, No. 37 Maiden Lane.
Nicholas Lyon A Co., No. 43 Maiden Lane.
Maxwell A Payson, cor. Front and Beekman sts,
OIANOS, MELODEONS and ORGANS.
Prices greatly reduced for cash. New 7-octave Pi
anos of 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.
chop house
AND
LUNCFI COUNTER.
MR. A. P. HOLBROOK
has removed from his old established Oyster House,
No 604. to
No. 616 BROADWAY,
Four Doors 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.
rjpHEODORE UDELL’S ALE-HOUSE,
No. 44 MYRTLE AVENUE, BROOKLYN, L. 1.,
the best of
ALES, WINES, LIQUORSAND CIGARS;
Likewise his
CHAMPION ROCKY MOUNTAIN PUNCHES AND
CALIFORNIA COOLERS.
Will always be happy to see his
OLD NEW YORK FRIENDS.
BMMMasai iin min n iib '■ 1
NION DIME SAVINGS BANK.
Nos. 396 and 398 Canal street, corner of Laight.
SIX PER CENT, interest on $5 to $5,000. Money de
posited now, will bear interest from July 1.
ASSETS, $6,250,697 07.
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 CEN'T INTEREST ALLOWED.
DEPOSITS made during ANY MONTH will com
mence to draw interest on the Ist day of the MONTH
FOLLOWING.
WILLIAM VAN NAME, President
Calvin L. Goddard, ) vi Prpa u-
Peie a V oorhis, 5 v lce rres
Henry R. Conklin, Secretary.
OROPOSALS FOR $2,767,000.-TAX
JU Relief Bonds of the City of New York: Sealed pro
posals will be received at tho Comptroller’s Office until
Tuesday, June 29, 1869, at 2 o’clock P. M., when the
same will be publicly opened, for the whole or any part
of the sum of $2,767,000, of “Tax Relief Bonds of the
City of New York,” authorized by Sec. 2 of Chap. 876, of
Laws of 1869.
Said bonds are to be issued for the purnose of provid
ing means to redeem the Family Add Fund Bonds of the
City of New York, due Nov. 1; that portion of the
County debt due Nov. 1, and the quota ot the State tax
to be levied on account of State debt, chargeable to the
County of New York durin? the present year.
The bonds will bear interest at the rate of seven per
cent, per annum, payable semi-annually, on the first
day of May and November in each year, and the princi
pal will be redeemed on the first day of July, in the year
1879.
The proposals will state the amount of bonds desired,
and the price per one hundred dollars thereof; and the
persons whose proposals are accepted will thereupon be
required to deposit with the Chamberlain the sums
awarded to them respectively, together with any pre
mium tnereon.
The “ Family Aid Fund Bonds, No. 5,” of the City of
New York, due November 1, 1869; the Bonds of the
County of New York, entitled,” New York County Bonds
for the repayment of Taxes,” due November 1, 1869; and
the “Revenue Bonds of the City and County of New
York, of 1869,” will be accepted at their par value and
accrued interest in payment, on account of any proposals
made for the aforesaid Tax Relief Bonds of the City of
New York, which may be accepted; and in such cases
the adjustment will be made at this office and the new
bonds issued.
On presenting to the Comptroller the receipts of the
Chamberlain for deposits made with him on account of
the aforesaid loan, the parties will be entitled to receive
bonds for equal amounts of the par value of the sums
awarded to them, bearing interest from the dates of
payment.
'Phis loan, without increasing tho debt of the city, of
fers an investment to companies and individuals unri
valed in security, and for a period of years.
Each proposal should be sealed and endorsed, “ Pro
posals for Tax Relief Bonds of the City of New York,”
and inclosed in a second envelope addressed to the
Comptroller.
The right is reserved, on the part of the Comptroller,
to reject any or all of the bids, if in his judgment the
interests of the Corporation require it.
RICHARD B. CONNOLLY, Comptroller.
City of New Yobk, Department of Finance, >
Comptroller’s Office, June 18, 1869. J
CROTON AQUEDUCT DEPARTMENT.
—Separate sealed proposals for Nicolson pavements,
each endorsed with the title of the work to which it re
lates, the name of bidder and date of its offering, will ba
received at this office until 11 o’clock A. M. of Wednes
day. June 30, 1869, from such persons as may be legally
authorized to construct Nicolson pavement m the city of
New York, for the laying of that pavement in the follow
ing localities, to wit:
Twenty-fourth street, from First to Madison avenue;
Twenty-seventh street, from Fifth to Sixth avenue;
Thirty-third street, from Fifth to Madison avenue;
Twenty-ninth street, from Eighth to Ninth avenue;
Courtlandt street, from Broadway to Greenwich street;
Dey street, from Broadway to West street; and
Fourteenth street, from Eighth avenue to University
place.
The plans for these works mav be seen, and forms for
the bids obtained pn application to the contract clerk at
this office.
THOMAS STEPHENS,
ROBT. L. DARRAGH,
GEORGE 8. GREENE,
Croton Aqueduct Board.
New Y ork, June 18, 1869.
f'IEOTON AQUEDUCT DEPARTMENT.
—Separate sealed proposals, each endorsed with tha
title of the work to which it relates, the name of the bid
der, and date of its presentation, will, be received at this
Office until 11 o’clock A. M., of WEDNESDAY, June 30,
1869, from persons legally authorized to lay the Fisk
Concrete Pavement in the City of New York, for rhe lay
ing of that pavement in One Hundred and Twenty
second street, between Second and Third avenues; and
in One Hundred and Twenty-third street, between Sec
ond and Third avenues.
The plans for the works may be seen, and forms for
the bids obtained, on application to the contract clerk
at this office.
THOMAS STEPHENS,
PARRAGH,
GEO. 8. GREENE,
Croton Aqueduct Board,
| NEW York, June 18,1869.
NEW YORK DISPATCH.
ftTIBLO’S GARDEN.
A v JARRETT <t PALM EK. ..Lessees and Managers.
EVERY EVENING at 8, and SATURDAY at 2 P. M.
THIRD WEEK
OF THE
„„„ T GREAT BURLE QJC TRIUMPH.
THE LYDIA THOMPSON BURLESQUE TROUPE,
acid tne
GREAT FRENCH GROTESQUE DANCERS,
In H. B. Farnie’s new Spectacdiur Eastern Extravagan
za, entitled,
SINEAD THE SAILOR.
, SIX BAD Tuff SAILOR.
Produced with
ENTIRELY NEW
SCENERY, COSTUMES, APPOINTMENTS.
SEATS SECURED SIX DAYS IN ADVANCE. ”.
C CENTRAD PARK GARDEN.
> Seventh avenue, betwesn 58th an 1 59th streets.
THEODORE THOMAo’S
GRAND
POPULAR GARDEN CONCERTS.
THIS (SUNDAV) JUNE 20tn 1569.
TWO GRAND CON CERTS,
CHAND CONCkRTb.
AFTERNOON at o’clock, Evening at 8 o’clock.
™ . AIR. J. LEVY,
Ine greatest Virtuoso of the day on the Cornet-a
--1 is ion, together wim tne eminent Soloists already con
nected with
THEO. THOMAS’S
UNRIVALED ORcHEoTRA,
. WILL APPEAR IN BOTH CONCERTS
in a new and brilliant programme every Concert.
Conductor THliuDOKd: THOMAS
Admission. Thirtv-five cents.
Private Boxes... Extra Two Dollars.
T'ONY PASTOR’S OPERA HOUSE,
JL No. 2C-1 BOWERY. Opposite Spring street.
LAST WEEK OF THE SEASON.
A new Comic Drama of the funniest order.
THE FEMALE FILIBUSTERS;
08,
, „„„ THE SIEFF, OF toNG BRANCH.
A GREAT VARIETY ENTERTAINMENT BY THE
MASTER TROUPE OF THE UNION,
TONY p ASTOKi JOHN MULLIGAN, T. G. RIGGS,
C. W. THOMPSON, J. A. GRAVER,
HARRY CLIFFORD, FRANK KERNS, J. W. Mc
££DKISWS, PETE CONN I,RS, THE IfELCOURT
GEO - WARREN, JAMES BRADLEY.
LE BRUN, MAGGIE FIELDING, HELENE
SMITH, MARIE G OREN FLO, JENNIE BENSON,
MILLIE GORENFLO. ALICE SOMERS, ETC.
o . A BUMPER AT PARTING.
SATURDAY NIGHT, Testimonial to TONY PASTOR.
MATIN EP. a WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY.
BOOTH’S THBATRE.
Twentj-third st., between Sth and fth ares.
MONDAY, and Every Evening during the Week,
and SATURDAY MATINEE,
MR. EDWIN ADAMS
as
“ ENOCH ARDEN.”
Miss FANNY MOR ANTasMIRIAM LANE.
Miss BLANCHE vE BARasANNIE LEIGH.
In Mme. de Marguerite’s Domestic Drama, in 5 acts,
entitled
“EhIOCH AROEN,”
founded on Tennyson’s beautiful Poem of that name.
“ A shipwreck’d sailor waiting for a sail:
No sail from day co day.”
The play will be produced FOR THE FIRST TIME IN
NE W YORK, and with the same care and attention that
has character.zed the foimer productions at this estab
lishment, witn
ENTIRELY NE V SCENERY by LEWIS & WITHAM,
NEW COSTUMES by JOYCE,
NEW PROPERTIES by DEUEL and Assistants,
NEW MACHINERY by DUNNE and Assistants,
NEW MUelCby MObLENHAUER,
and the full strengtu of the company in the cast.
Act Ist,
THE WEDDING.
' Act 2d,
ENOCH’S DEPARTURE.
Act 3d.
THE VISION.
Act 4th,
“ENOCH ARDEN A PALM TREE.”
ENOCH’S RB'l UitN HOME. ‘
THE DYiisG SAlLOix.
tableau i
Doors open at 7?44 to commence at 8 o’clock.
Seats secured six days in advance, at the box office of
the Theatre, or ac its nraiicli Ticket Office, at the music
store of C. H. Ditson <fc Co., No. 711 Broauway.
Bowery theatre.
and Manager Mr. Wm. B. Frelisrh.
ANOTHER~ENTIRELY NEW ENTERTAIN IVIENA'.
GRAND COMBINATION.
In consequence of the great success of the burlesque,
the manager has determined to re-engage the popular
artist,
MISS FANNY HERRING.
for a few night s longer, in order to produce the very
popular burlesque of the
CLOTH OF GOLD,
with MISS HERRING in her inimitable impersona
tion of EARL DARNLEY.
Entirely New Scenery and Mountings expressly for this
piece.
IMMENSE SUCCESS OF THE GREAT ZANFRET
TA AND CARON TROUPE.
ALEXANDER ZANFRETTA,
The great Tighe Rope performer, and Comic Pantom
mist. The brilliant and beaut, ful Premier Danse use,
MAD. BARETTA,
MONS. JOSEPH CARON,
The great Gymnast. Tne Infant Prodigies, Masters
ALPHONSE AND GEORGE.
Madams ANGELIQUE and JOSEPHINE. LA
PETITrt MATHILDE.
PREMIERE DANSE USES.
TIGHT ROPE-DANCES, GYMxvASTS,
Pantomime of the
BRIGANDS.
Friday evening, annual benefit of Mr. N. B. Clarke,
Stage_&lanager.
OLYMPIC THEATRE—Begins at 8.
JAS. E. HAYESLessee and Manager
DAN 8 Y MUNSBusiness Manager
Tne Summer SIXTH WEEK OF Programme.
The Summer GEO. L. BOX’S COMIC Programme.
The Summer PANTOMIME, Programme.
HICCORY DICCORY DOCK.
The Summer THE WONDERFUL Programme.
Acknowledged KIKALFY TRO UPE, Acknowledged
Acknowledged (Sensational Danceks) Acknowledged
Acknowledged GEO. L. Fox, Acknowledged
Acknowledged (Bost Clown in the World) Acknowledged
Acknowledged Mdlle RITA SANGALLI, Acknowledged
The Best I’EIE OLYMPIC S BALLET, in New York.
The Best The Popular Harlequinade. in New York.
The Best Mdlle HANIOLA in New York.
The Beet IMRE AND BOLOSSY, in New York.
The Best KTRALFY. in New York.
Charming Music, Splendid Scenery. Wonderful Tricks
MATIN
WAVERLEY THEATRE.
MONDAY, JUNE 21st,
DICKENS’
OLD CURSOSITY SHOP.
MR. EDWARD COLEMAN as QUILP.
MR. GEORGE BROOKS as SWIVELER.
MISS ROSALIE JACK as LITTLE NELL.
SUPPORTED BY
A POWERFUL OAST.
Theatre comique.
Opposite St. Nicholas Hotel.
White & Spencer Proprietors.
STILL ONWARD.
Second week of the Summer season, and decided success
Of the NEW COMPANY.
Grand change of Performance. Another New Burlesque
by Henry J. wyron, entitled,
THE MAID AND THE MAGPIE.
The renowned JOE EMMETT, in New Acts.
Together with the Lively Farce of
SARAH’S YOUNG MAN.
MATINEE EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATUR
DAY AT 2 O’CLOCK.
Look out for the fourth of
JULY EXTRA PICTORIAL NICK NAX! A
Splendid Cartoon and a 100 Cuts I Only Ten Cents I
W OOD’S MUSEUM.—SUMMER SEA-
SON. OBSERVE THE PRICES.
Family Circle. 30 cts.; Children under 10 years, 15 cts.
GENERAL ADMISSIONSO CENTS
Which includes all the curiosities of the Museum.
LAST WEEK OF THE GRAND COMBINATION,
HOOLEY’S MINSTRELS,
in their programme of minstrelsy, and the
GREGORIES,
in their matchless performance, including their
MINIATURE CIRCUS.
MONDAY, June 28,1869, the celebrated tragedian,
MR. E. EDDY,
having made arrangements with the management, will
have the honor of producing, for the first time in New
York, the great sensational dramatization by Eugene
Sue of his own remarkable work, entitled the
WANDERING JEW,
which will be presented with new scenery, new costumes,
new appointments, and a newly selected and efficient
dramatic company.
Box sheet now open, and seats may be secured.
Grand opera house.
James Fisk, Jr ... .Proprietor
EVERY EVENING AND SATURDAY MATINEE.
lucille western.
... LUCILLE WESTERN.
LUCILLE WESTERN.
LUCILLE WESTERN.
LUCILLE WESTERN.
LUCILLE WESTERN.
EAST LYNNE.
EAST LYNNE.
EAST LYNNE.
EAST LYNNE.
Supported by a powerful combination.
Admission, 50 cents; Parquet and Circle, $1; Family
Circle, 39 cents.
Matinee—Admission, 50 cents; Secured Seats, 75 cents.
Seats secured six days in advance.
RYANTS’ MINSTRELS.—I4th Street.
14th st., adjoining tho Academy of Music, 14th st.,
First appearance of Mr. G. W. H. Griffin.
BRYANTS’ MINSTRELS, 11th st., Bryants’ Minstrels.
The Peace Jubilee, Dan Bryant, Bryants’ Minstrels.
The Peace Jubilee, Unsworth, The Doorkeeper.
The Ptace Jubilee, Eugene, The Doorkeeper.
The Peace Juoilee, Dave Reed, Peace Jubilee.
Parquet, 50 cts., Gallery, 25 cts., Orchestra Seats, 75 cts.,
Dan ; Bryant, 14th street, Opera House, Bryants.
ALLACK’S.
THE HIT OF THE SEASON.
THE LAURI TROUPE OF
PANTOMIMISTS
HAVE ACHIEVED A BRILLIANT SUCCESS.
THE THEATRE CROWDED NIGHTLY.
EVERY SCENE APPLAUDED.
THE BALLET PRONOUNCED BY
PRESS AND PUBLIC
THE BEST EVER SEEN IN NEW YORK.
THE TRANSFORMATION SCENE
THE MOST GORGEOUS EVER WITNESSED.
NEW FEATURES ADDED NIGHTLY.
EVERY EVENING
AND SATURDAY MATINEE AT 2 P. M.
FpHE 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.
METROPOLITAN BILLIARD ROOMS.
MORRISANIA HALL,
Railroad Avenue, near Fifth street, Morrisania.
CONCERT HALL ATTACHED.
ALES, WINES, LIQUORS AND SEGARS.
LEWIS H. COMBES, Proprietor.
JZJILLIARDS!
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’CdKNOR,
Proprietor.
Billiard table fob sale-
FOR SALE CHEAP A
SECOND HAND BILLIARD TABLE IN
PERFECT ORDER.
APLLY AT THE GOTHAM,
No. 300 BOWERY.
MATTHEWS & GEOGHAN.
Concentrated Extract of Roots
FOR MAKING
ROOT BEER.
Root Beer Manufacturers, Druggists, Canfectioners,
etc., will find it to tneir advantage m 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 tne old process. In bottles
at 40c., 75c., and $4; also in one gallon cans at sl2, suffi
cient to make 10, 25, 200, and 800 gallons of Beer.
FULL DIRECTIONS on each BOTTLE and CAN.
For sale by P. B. KNAPP <fc Co., Sole Proprietors, No.
362 Hudson street, near King st., New York, and by all
Wholesale Druggists and Patent Medicina Daalars ijj
the United States and Canada.
gry tails.
‘jWIWRf I CO.,
BROADWAY and ELEVENTH ST.,
On MONDAY, JUNE 31st,
WILL OFFER THE BALANCE OF THEIR SPLEN-
DID STOCK OF
SUMMER SHAWLS,
AT GBEATLY-REDUCED PEICES.
Llama Lacs Shawls and Sacques,
Barege Grenadine, Fancy Striped,
Printed Cashmere,
and Raw Silk Shawls,
REVERSIBLE OTTOMAN SHAWLS,
FANCY BURNOUS, at 8G 50,
WORTH $8 00,
ALSO,
WOOL SHAWLS,
SUITABLE FOR TRAVELING,
AT $3 00 AND UPWARD.
“JAMES BUHI I CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO LAKE A McCREERY,
BROADWAY and ELEVENTH ST.,
LADIES’ AND CHILDRENS’ DEPARTMENT.
A LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT.
Bathing Suits, Corsets and Under
clothing for Ladies.
Sun Bonnets, Pique, Linen and
Muslin Suits for Children.
Lace Cajss, Plqtw and Merino Cloaks, Em
broidered Dresses, Christenin'; Robes,
Baskets and Skirts for Infants.
READY-MADE IN STOCK OR MADE TO ORDER.
WS MWERI & CO.,
BROADWAY AYD ELEYEYTH STREET,
On MONDAY, JUNE 21st,
WILL ADD TO THEIR POPULAR STOCK
OF
MOURNING GOODS,
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF 8-4 AND 3-4 IRON
FRAME, BLACK GRENADINES,
C-l AND 3-4 FLORENTINES.
6-4 AND 3-4 BYZANTINES.
TAMARLINES AND CRAPE MORETZ
AT POPULAR PRICES.
MARK’S PATENT ARTIFICIAL
LI.JBS with INDIA RUBBER .
HANDS and FEET, are unquestionably the
most simple, the most durable and the most /
natural; their many years of general use, /
together with the awards they have received
from the highest authority in the United
States the AMERICAN INSTITUTE, makes 'cW
tnem of WORLD-WIDE RENOWN. Pamph- V M
lets giving full description of the Limbs and \
other valuable information sent free to ap- V W
plicante. H
A. A. MARKS, No. 575 Broadway, New 14
York City.
The following editorial norice appeared in
the Soldier's Friend, of June 12,1869. Read it:
Artifical Limbs to Commissioned Offi-
CEES.—It is well-known that artificial limbs have, for
the last six or seven years, been furnished by the Gov
ernment, free of charge, to non-commissioned officers,
private soldiers, and seamen, of the United States Army
and Navy who lost tb-eir limbs in defence of the Union;
but it may not be generally known that Congress passed
laws in 1868, which are now in force, supplying commis-
B-oned officers or the rank of captain in the army and
lieutenant in the navy, and of less rank, who lost' their
limbs in the war. But such is the case, and Mr. A. A.
Marks, of No. 575 Broadway, New York, the celebrated
inventor and manufacturer of these substitutes, is au
thorized by the Surgeon-General to furnish his first
premium limbs to them. By calling upon or addressing
him, you can receive a lerge, well-printed pamphlet, of
forty pages, giving information how to proceed in order
to obtain them, and much other very valuable informa
tion to soldiers and all others who need artificial limbs, g
SOUTH SIDE RAILROAD OF LONG
ISLAND.—SUMMER ARRANGE- —.
MENT.—On and after June 1, 1869, tne
trains will leave the Roosevelt and Grand
street Ferries, as follows:
8 A. M„ Mail for Patchogue and Way Stations.
10 A. M., Merrick and all statione.
3:30 P. M., Express to Patchogue, stopping at Jamai
ca, Valley Stream, Baldwinsville, Merrick, South Oyster
Bay, and all stations east, except Wellwood. Passengers
by this train will be ticketea ihrough to Bellport and
Fire Island, via stage from Patchogue.
4:50 P. M., Accommodation to Islip; Saturday’s
tqrough to Patchogue.
6:30 P. M., To Merrick, and on Saturdays through to
Islip. All trains will connect at Valley Str jam for Rock
away. The 8 A. M. and 3:30 P M. train will connect with
boat for Fire Island. R. WHITE, Superintendent.
m Fro ? r<-J rf T IT?RIE RAILWAY.
Trains leave depots foot of
Third St. 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, 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.
8.39 A.M. 8.30 A.M. Way Train, daily, for Greycourt and
intermediate stations.
9.00 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 Pert 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.
1.30 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
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 (except
Oxford), to Newbursrh, Warwick,
Montgomery, Unionville and
Port Jervis.
5.C0 P.M. 5.00 P.M. iw Train, tor Suffern and inter
mediate stations. Also for Hack
ensack.
500 P.M. 5.15 P.M. For Piermont and Monsey.
P.M. 5.30 P.M. Mffld Express, for Rochester. Buf
falo, Dunkirk, Cleveland. Cincin
nati, and ail 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-
6.30 P.M. 6.30 P.M. Rigid 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.
6.30 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. Thea/re 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 ana 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’lSup’t.Gen’l Pass’rAg’t.
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF NEW JER-
SEY.—Passengers and freight Depot . ,
in New 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 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. &c., with but one change of
siiver Palace cars through from New York to Chicago
SPRING ARRANGEMENT.
Commencing MAY 10, 186.—Leave New York as fol
lows:
6:50 A. M.—For Easton, Bethlehem, Mauch Chunk,
Williamsport, Wilkesbarre, Mahanoy City, Tunkhan
ncex, &c.
7:15 A. M. for Somerville.
8::0A. M.—For Flemington Junction, Stroudsburg,
Water Gap, Scranton, Kingston, Pittston, Great Bena,
& 9'A. M.—Western Express for Easton. Allentown,
Harrisburg and the West without change of cars to Cin
cinnati or Chicago, and but one change to St. Louis.
Connejts at Harrisburg lor Erie ana the Oil Regions.
Connects at Junction for Stroudsburg, Water Gap,
Scnnton, &c. Connects at Phillipsburg for Mauch
Cnunk, Wilkesbarre, &c.
12 M.—For Flemington, Easton, Al entown. Mauch
Chunk, Wilkesbarre, Reading. Columbia, Lancaster,
Ephrata, Litiz, Pottsville, Scranton. Harrisburg, &c.
3:30 P. M.—For Somerville.
4 P. M.—For Easton, Allentown, Mauch Chunk and
Belvidere. „
5:0 > P. M.—Cincinnati Express.—For Easton, Beth
lehem, Allentown. Reading, Harrisburg, Pittsburgh,
Chicago, and Cincinnati, Sleeping Cars to Pittsburgh
and Chicago. Connects at Junction with Delaware. Lac
kawanna, and Western Railroad for all stations to Scran
to 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 Easton, Al
lentown, Reading, Harrisburg, Pittsburgh, and the West
—connects at Harrisburg with train for Williamsport,
Erie, &c
9 ;45 P. M.—For Somerville.
Sleeping. Cars through from Jersey City to Pittsburgh,
everv evening.
Trains leave for Elizabeth at 5:45. 6:39. 6:50, 7:15,
8:15, 8:30. 9:00, 9:15.10:30, 11:30 A. M., 12:00 M., 1:00, 2:00,
3:00 , 3:30, 3:45,4:00, 4:25, 4:50, 5:20, 5:3 >, 5:46, 6:00, 6:30,
7:00, 7:40, 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
street, N. R., at No. 1 Astor House, Nos. 254, 271, 526, 681
Broadway, at No. 10 Greenwich street, and at the princi
pal hotels. R. E. RICKER, Superintendent.
H, P, JJALDWBi, Gen. Pw. Agent.
sry (Eoods;.
Outfitting department.
LADIES’, MISSES’ AND INFANTS’
WEARING APPAREL
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
PIQUE SUITS, SACQUES, GABRIELLES,
Ac., Ac.,
FOR MISSES AND CHILDREN,
At Reduced Prices,
TO CLOSE THE SEASON.
LADIES’ WHITE AND COLORED
Lawn and Cambric Walking and
Trail Suits,
ILLUSION EVENING DRESSES,
WHITE AND COLORED
MORNING WRAPPERS,
BREAKFAST AM) DRESSING SACQUES,
BATHING SUITS,
IN GREAT VARIETY,
PLAIN, TUCKED, AND RUFFLED SKIRTS.
ALSO,
“The New Lily Skirt,”
CHILDREN’S HOODS, SUN-BONNETS,
SEA-SIDE HATS, Ao., Ac.
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.
BROADWAY, CORNER NINETEENTH STREET,
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.
Will offer the balance of their
PARIS AND CITY-MADE SILK MANTLES,
OF THE LATEST PARISIAN DESIGNS,
At a Still Further Reduction,
Previous to taking their half-yearly inventory.
Also,
Traveling Suits and Dusters,
Seaside Wrappings,
WALKING SUITS,
In every variety of material.
EMBROIDERED HOUSE JACKETS,
THREAD LACE and LAMA LACE SHAWLS,
Ac., Ac.,
AT EQUALLY LOW PRICES.
BROADWAY, OOR. NINETEENTH STREET.
SIXTH AVE. BAZAAR.
Great Reduction in Prices!
THE ENTIRE STOCMAARKED DOWN ! 1
CLOSING OUT SALES COMMENCED !I !
We shall commence to-morrow (Monday) morning our
SEMI-ANNUAL CLOSING OUT SALE, which causes
such advantages to our customers.
OUR ENTIRE AND IMMENSE STOCK REDUCED
FROM 10 TO 33 PER CENT.,
comprising full and complete lines of
BLACK AND COLORED SILKS,
RIBBONS, DRESS and CLOAK TRIMMINGS,
CORSETS, HOOP-SKIRTS,
LADIES’, GENTS’ AND CHILDREN’S UNDER-
GARMENTS,
HOSIERY, HANDKERCHIEFS, AND GLOVES.
WHITE GOODS I
LINENS, MUSLINS, SHEETINGS, PIQUES,
MARSEILLES, FLANNELS.
NOTIONS OF ALL KINDS—JEWELRY, PERFUM-
ERY, SOAPS, and, in fact, everything in
PARASOLS, SATCHELS, TRAVELING BAGS AND
TRUNKS,
And all necessary for a country tour for the hot spell.
CALL AND SECURE THE BARGAINS AT
ALTMANS’ BAZAAR,
Nos. 331 and 333 SIXTH AVENUE,
Bet. 20th and 21st streets
. N. B.—A few more of those $lO LADIES’ SUITS left,
of the finest Nansook, Bishop, and Victoria Lawns,
handsomely made and trimmed. A great rush for them
last week. Also, just received, 1,000 doz. Gents’, Ladies’
and Misses’ fine Merino and Gauze Shirts and Drawers,
only 63 cents each, worth $1 00.
ALTMANS’ BAZAAR,
Nos. 331 and 333 SIXTH AVENUE.
MRS. BRODIE, No. 31 UNION SQUARE,
Respectfully invites attention to her large and select
Stock of
SUMMER SPECIALTIES.
LACES, LACE POINTS, TRAVELING SUITS,
BREAKFAST JACKETS and SILK MANTLES,
CLOAKS and SACQUES of all the newest styles.
BLACK AND COLORED CLOTH GARMENTS,
CLOAK and DRESS TRIMMINGS in every variety.
VERY' ATTRACTIVE PRICES.
MRS. BRODIE, No. 31 UNION SQUARE,
DISPLAY
OF
ENGLISH CARPETINGS,
Imported for our City Trade,
AT
EXTRAORDINARY LOW PRICES,
AT
HIRAM ANDERSON’S,
No. 99 BOWEBY, 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.
60,000 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
mutch.
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
60c., 60c., 70c. and 75c. per yard.
1,000 pcs. Mattings of every description, at less than
cost. Public buildings, churches, offices, Ac., 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.
Bedding.
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.
(QABPETS AND OIL CLOTHS.
FOR SPRING SALES 1869.
VELVETS, TAPESTRY, BODY BRUSSELS THREE
PLY, and INGRAINS, in every variety, for Rooms,
Hails, and Stairs, at greatly reduced prices
for CASH.
SMITH BROTHERS,
SUCCESSORS TO
SMITH & LOUNSBERRY,
No. 738 BROADWAY, near Astor place.
Brevoort hale.
Nos. 154 ana 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.
O PER DAY GUARANTEED.—
S_O Agents to sell the HOME SHUTTLE SEW
ING MACHINE. It makes the lock slit-ch, 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.
RIZES CASHED IN ALL LEGALIZED
LOTTERIES, and information given, by
d. w. davis, No. dey street,
A few doors from Broadway.
OYAL 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.
LL PRIZES CASHED IN LEGAL
LOTTERlES.—Circulars and drawings sent.
J. CLUTE, Broker, No. 200 Broadway,
and No. 153 Fulton street, N. Y.
Will remove to No. 206 Broadway, on May Ist.
Unfortunate »
ENTIRELY NEW SYSTEM
OF
CURING PRIVATE DISEASE
WITHOUT DOSING,
BUT AN
OUTSIDE APPLICATION.
PERFECTLY DESTROYING THE
POISONOUS VIRUS IN SIX HOURS.
All you have to do is to apply the remedy on retiring,
and awake in the morning to find yourself entirely cured.
The poor free of charge. Dr. P. GARDNER, No. 251
East Thirteenth street, corner Second avenue.
IWE7ADVISE ALL SUFFERERS TO
consult DR. LEWIS; he guarantees that none
shall leave his care until cured and restored to sound and
vigorous healtn. His office is at No. 7 Beach street, near
west Broadway, wnco 184 Q.
qreat seduction in prices.
SPRING ANO SUMMER DRESS GOODS,
Silks, Grenadines Organdies, Robes, Lawns, Poplin.,
Bareges, Percales, Piques, English, French and
DOMESTIC! PRINTS.
SUMMER HOSIERY and UNDERGARMENTS,
HOUSEFURNISHING DRY GOODS.
MOURNING GOODS and UPHOLSTERY.
ALSO,
SUMMER CLOAKS and SHAWLS.
PARASOLS. SEA-SIDE and SUN UMBRELLAS,
VERY LOW AT RETAIL.
LORD & TAILOR,
Nos. 461 to 4tft BROADWAY, COR. OF GRAND ST.
Nos. 255 to 261 GRAND ST., COR. OF CHBYSTIE ST.
BARGAINS
SUMMER DRESS GOODS,
AT
HILL, MOYNAN & CO.,
Nos. 225. 277 GRAND STREET, BETWEEN
FORSYTH AND ELDRIDGE STREETS.
THE ENTIRE STOCK.
consisting ol
A SPLENDID ASBO RTMENT OF
SPUING AND SUMMER DRESS GOODS,
PIQUES, MARSEILLES,
SILK AND CLOTH CLOAKS, SUMMER
SHAWLS, RICH LACE SHAWLS, LAWNS,
JACONETS,
WHITE GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
GRENADINES, etc., etc.
HAVING BEEN REDUCED, WE ARE ENABLED
TO OFFER
ON MONDAY NEXT, THE CHEAPEST GOODS
EVER OFFERED.
HILL, MOYNAN & CO.,
Nos. 275, 277 GRAND STREET,
BETWEEN FORSYTH AND ELDRIDGE STS.®
1,000 LAWN ROBES AT $2 25, FOR 11 YARDS,
COST OF IMPORTATION, $4 00.
Reduction of 25 per cent on
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.
FRE NCH FLOWERS in great variety at REDUCED
PRICES.
Elegant White and Brown SUNDOWNS, at 50c.
Elegant Pearl 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.
C. F. KOCH
• Will offer on MONDAY NEXT a full line of
LACE SHAWLS FROM AUCTION
at an enormous reduction.
LACE SHAWLS AT $2 00, worth $6 00.
“ v $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.
WHITE AVD BLACK GRENADINE SHAWLS
AS LOW AS $2 00.
Also, from Auction,
SPLENDID FRENCH LAWNS, ORGANDIES.
ENGLISH BAREGES at 12} cents per yard.
HANDSOME CHENE POPLINS at $3 25 per dress.
A FULL LINE OF
BLACK AWD 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 EVE&Y 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. K. R.
Cars pass the door.
Bonnets, at half price. $5.
BONNETS, worth ten. STRAW HATS, $L
BLOOMERS, sl. Woith $2.
GUIMPUKE BONNETS, $lO. Worth $20..
L. BINNS’ MILLINERY,
No. 577 BROADWAY.
(Up stairs, opposite Metropolitan.)
g H A W & EAT ON,
LATE WITH A. T. STEWART & CO.,
Will open on
MONDAY, JUNE 14th,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
REAL LAMA LACE SHAWLS,
Purchased at the recent Auction Sales, and
WILL BE SOLD MUCH BELOW THE COST OF
IMPORTATION.
No. 1105 BROADWAY,
Under Albemarle Hotel.
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, Ac.,
SMALL WARES,
PARASOLS AND SUN UMBRELLAS,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, &c..
AT POPULAR PRICES.
R. H. MACY,
14th street, 6th avenue and 13th street.
Beauty unparalleled.—ivins’
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.
WIGS.
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.
CARPETS AND FURNITURE,
ON EASY TERMS.
GREENE & CO. are off ering their entire stock of
CARPETS. FURNITURE, OIL-CLOTHS, BLANK-
E'IS, and BEDDING, over $-250,000 worth, at very low
prices.
MONTHLY PAYMENTS TAKEN,
AT
No. 198 EIGHTH AVENUE, cor. of Twentieth st.
JpLOOR COVERINGS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, AT
ALLING & LACEY’S.
CARPETINGS,
DRUGGETS,
OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINGS,
AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
FLOOR COVERING,
DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED. IN THE HAND
SOMEST 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, WINDOW 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
LISH 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.
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, <6c., &c.
So well is this easy mode of furnishing appreciated,
that thousands of families have availed themselves of
the opportunity offered, and BENDALL & CO. have
been obliged to enlarge their establishment to more
than double the original size. They now occupy Nos.
206, 207, 209 and 211 Hudson street, as well as adjoining
buildings in Canal and Desbrosses streets.
AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES.
Sunday Edition. June 20<
OOUNTBY HOMES IN RYE, *
THE GARDEN SPOT OF WESTCHESTER
COUNTY.
•WILSON’S SUBDIVISION
OF
FOUR BEAUTIFUL ESTATES
AT AUCTION, JUNE 26, AT 12 M„
® n , t’h® & r P, u . n <^ B * Largest sale of this class of fine prop
erty neld this season. Rare opportunity to secure
Healthy, Accessible, Beautiful,
and Cheap
COUNTRY HOMES,
IN SITES, DESIRABLE TOWS
LOIS, AND SPLENDIIiLY IMPROVED
PROPERTY.
RTE PARK, KINGSLAND PLACE,
GLEN HALE, and WEST RiE.
$>200,000 \Vorth of Property.
OVER 100 VILLA PLOTS AND TOWN LOTS.
ONLY ONE HOUR FROM NEW YORK.
thtN P Y C Md'N :? H T1 n L £ RAIN wi>l leave the depot oS
.? • ? or .". er Fourth avenue and
Awenty-eeventh street, at 1U A. M„ on day of sale.
TRANSPORTATION TO AND FROM RVF ivn
COLLATION ON THE GROUNDS,
SALE POSITIVE. TERMS EASY.
For pamphlets and further information, apply to
No. 7 Pine street.
©xnuwns.
(SECOND ANNUAL PICNIC ’
op
EUCLID LODGE, No. 656, F. and A. M..
AT
LEFFERT’S PARK, FRANKLIN AVENUE.’
Brooklyn, on the afternoon and evening of
TUESDAY, JUNE 22d.
their ma^e or children accompanied bj
Musio by McCormick’s Band.
THE TWELFTH ANNUAL PIC-NIC OK’
York Caledonian club,
JONES’ WOOD, FRIDAY, JUNE .25, 1869*
DANCING TILL 10 P. M.
Music by two full Bands and tho Pipers of the Club.
50 cents; Ladies’, 25 cents.
The Club will leave for the grounds at 9% A. M.
F! .? 1 ° N 8 .-SPKINCT HILL
J bKUVb, situated between Glenwood and Hast-«
mgs, on Hudson river, now open for choice of days.
Apply at No. 191 West street.
CORPORAL TxiOMPSON & SON, Proprietors.
O.RT LEE, PLEASANT VALLEY,
AND SHADYSIDE.—The People’s rp’C’®.
rerry Co.’s Steamboat PALISADE leaves
foot of Spring street daily—Sundays
?W d 7 at 10 x A \ M -i 2. and P. M.; Steamboat FORT
LEE, from foot of Thirty-fourth street, N. R., ever®
Sunday, for the season, at 10 M A. M. and 2G P. M.
Passage Tlckets good on either boat.
This Boat to charter for Sunday Schools and Pic-Nia
Parties, &c.
Brooklyn and rockaway
BEACH R R., UNTIL FURTHER, , *
JMU’IIOE.—On and after June 10th,
will run as follows: In connection wit 1 y
steamboats for Rockaway Beach, leaving East New
York every hour from 6:30 A. M., until 10:S0 A. M. Eve
ry halt hour from 10:00 A. M., until 6:30 P. M. livery
hour from 6:30 P. M., until 9:30 P. M. Leaving Canar*
sie every hour from6:oo A. M., until 10:00A.M. Everw
naif hour from 10:00 A. M.. until 6:00 P. M. Every hour
from 6 until 9P. M. Sunday trains will leave East Newt
York every hour from 7:30 A. M., until 10:30 A. M-
Every half hour from 10:30 A. M„ untiU:3o P.M. Eve
ry hour from 6:30 P. M., until 9:30 P. M. Leaving Ca
narsie every hour irom 7A. M,, until 10 A. M. Every
half hour from 10 A. M., until 6 P. M. Every hour
from 6 P.M. until 9P. M. Excursions, Moonlight os
Pic-nio Parties accommodated on reasonable
Kailroad. Cars start from R.
SMITH 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.
For coney island. ——-
The splendid steamer SYL.VAN
SHORE, Captain E’ T. Wilson will
commence regular trips to Coney Island.
°o n THURSDAY, JUNE 10: Leaving Christopher street,
N. R., at9:2o, 12:20 and 3:20: Warren street, N. R.,ats
9:40, 12:40 and 3:40: Pier 3, (Morris street), N . R., at 10:0J
1:00 and 4;00 o’clock.
N. B.—Tno Steamer Sylvan Shore will occupy the
route for a few days in place of the Norwalk.
North shore, staten island.
ELM PARK, A. M., 5:30. Freight mnk
boat, 7;25,10:15. liiOOiP.M., 3:ls—Freight
boat, 5:45; Port Richmond, A. M.,
6:15, 7:45,8:45,10:25. P. M., 12:15, 2:00, 3:25; 4:00, 5:55.
Factoryville, A. M-, 5:55, 6:55, 7:55, 8:55, 10:35; P. M. a ,
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:CO, 6:00, 6:00, 7:00. Thg
“ Huguenot” runs as freight boat.
SUNDAY TIME.
Flm 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, 8:10;
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 grove on the hudsoiJ,
RIVER FOR EXCURSIONS.
“EXCELSIOR PARK.” ALSO N -
CROSSETT GROVE TO LET, STEAM-
BOATS AND BARGES SUCH AS DESIRED.
STEAMER MARTHA WASHINGTON,
FOR CHARTER TO THE FISHING BANKS,
No. 382 WEST STREET,
NEAR CHRISTOPHER.
H. E. CROSSETT.
For excursions and ~
PICNIC PARTIES.
The large first-e’ass steamboat, -ttrswixica
SLEEPY HOLLOW,
Unsurpas'ed for speed and comfort.
Also, DUDLEY’S GROVE, MYERS’ GROVE.
ALDERNEY PARK, and
RARITAN BEACH GROVE.
Barges Walter Sands, William Myers, Wm. J. Haskett
ar d Merchant. Witn 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.
IyfORNING LINE TO,
IV_L PEEKSKILL.-The Steamboat '
ANTELOPE leaves every morning, with- E:fiea£!a&E ® saaeH
out exception, from the loot of Harrison St. at-8 o’clock,
landing at Thirty-fourth St. at 8X» Yonkers, Hastings,
Dobbs’ Ferry, Nyacii, Sing Sing, Haverstraw, Grassy
Point, and Verplank’s.
pEOPLES’ LINE FOR 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. 4L
NORTH RIVER, every Afternoon (Sundays excepted). .
at 6 o’clock, arriving at ALE AN Y in time to connect with
Railroad Trains West and North. Returning, leave th©
Steamboat Landing at Albany at 7 o’clock P. M., or on
the arrival of connecting trains from the West and North- .
Through ti Lets can be obtained at the OFFICE ON
THE WHARF, and baggage checked to its destination.
Freight received until the hour of departure.
QPECIAL NOTICE.
O THE NORWICH AND WORCES-
TER LINE for BOSTON, and points <
generally throughout the New England
States, will, on WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21st,
REMOVE
from Pier No. 39, occupied by this line the past 8 years*
to the spacious dock.
PIER NO. 40, N. R.,_
foot of Canal and Watts streets, whero 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 Erie
railroad; at Worcester with Boston and Albany, Worces-i
ter and Nashua, and Fitchburg and Worcester railroads..
Freight and Passenper Rates as low as any “Insider
Line.” For through Tickets, Rates for Freight, and full
information, apply at the office, Pier No. 40, N. K.
J. E. SHORT, Jr., Agent.
BOSTON *
VIA
FALL RIVER. DIRECT..
T rt E
WORLD-RENOWNED STEAMERS,
BRISTOL and PROVIDENCE,
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 attached)
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
everv SATURDAY night, and returning will leava
NEWPORT SUNDAY NIGHT.
To facilitate uptown travel, on and after
the 21st inst., the magnificent ferry boat JAY GOULD
will leave foot of Twenty-tnird street (North river) aft
4:45 P. M., making direct connection with the above
Tickets sold, and Bbggage checked through.
FOR THE BETTER ACCOMMODATION OF
THE PUBLIC,
THE SPLENDID STEAMERS,
NEWPORT and OLD COLONY,
COM’D’R LEWIS, COM’D’R MILLER,
WILL LEAVE (Alternate Days) DAILY,
(Sundays excepted,)
FROM PIER No. 28, NOR-H RIVER,
(Foot of Murray street),
At 6:30 P. M.,,
FOB
BOSTON via NEWPORT.
FREIGHT received at Pier 30 up to 5 P. M.,
and at Pier 28 up to 6:3O'P. M. each evening.
JAMES FISK, Jr., President,
M. R. SIMONS, Managing Director,
CHAS. H. VA.ILE, General Passenger Agent,
H. H. MANGAM, Freight Agent,
Naruagansett Steamship Company.
AND NEW YORK
A STEAMSH3P CO.
NEPTUNE LINE,
FOR BOSTON, PROVIDENCE,
and all other points in New England, by the New an 3
Splendid Steamers,
ELECTRA, Capt. Jesse Mott,
AND
GALATEA, Capt. J. W. Nye,
one of which leaves
Pier 27, North River,
daily at 5 P. 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. P ier K R.
BRANCH OFFICE OF THE
PROVIDENCE and N. Y. STEAMSHIP COMPANY?
No. 54 WALL STREET, New York,
ERSKINE PHILLIPS. Bo» No. 2,323.

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