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THE FMMMM WAR.
BOMBARDMENT OF PARIS.
THE DAMAGE DONE.
WO FIRING ON THUR SPAY-
PEACE RUMORS PREVALENT.
BOMBARDMENT OF LONGWY.
PURSUIT OF BOURBAKI.
S!I?K3S CF_A_FKEMCH GIJKBOAT.
London, Jan. 19, 1871.
DAMAGE DONE BY THE BOMBARDMENT.
A balloon has landed in Belgium with advices from
Pans, to the 18th inst. The bombardment was
c using considerable damage, but the fires occa
sioned-by it were easily extinguished.
Some of the mills for the grinding of corn had
been damaged, and supplies of meal were in conse
quence obtained with great difficulty.
THE BOMBARDMENT OF LONGWY.
A dispatch from Arion says: The bombardment of
Longwy, by the Prussians, continued vigorously to
day. Three hundred shells have already fallen in
the town.
London, Jan. 20, 1871.
PURSUIT OF BOURBAKI. .
Seneral Von Glumer telegraphs to Carlsruhe that
his vanguard is in pursuit of the retreating army of
General Bourbaki, and that there would be a general
advance along the line of the German Army on the
19th. The Baden brigade is marching to Saverne.
DEATHS FROM THE ENEMY’S FIRE IN PARIS.
Advices from Paris, of the 18th, state that the
number of deaths in the city, from the bombard
ment, is estimated at fifteen per pay.
NO FIRING FOR TWENTY-FOUR HOURS.
The Versailles correspondent of the Telegraph re
ports on the 19th that the Germans had twenty-two
batteries available for use against Paris. For the
past three days, however, the bombardment has
slackened, and for the past twenty-four hours has
totally ceased.
A PEACE RUMOR.
It is believed that negotiations looking for peace
we pending.
A FRENCH GUNBOAT SUNK.
News has been received that on the 12th inst., bff
Vigo, Spain, the Prussian corvette Avgusta ran down
and sunk a French gunboat, and that four of her
■officers and twenty-six ot the-crew were madeprison-
GENERAL PALADINES.
It Is said that M. Gambeita has asked General de
Taladines to resume the command of the Army of
the Loire.
THE CONFERENCE.
The Berlin correspondent of the London Ttlegraph
writes that Count Bernstorf! has been ordered by the
Prussian Government to leave the Conference if any
discussion arises out of the subject of the war with
France.
SEVERE SKIRMISHING.
Severe skirmishing is reported in Franche-Comte,
tn which the French claim the advantage.
CABLE NEiWS.
Th© London Conference—The Ballot In
England—Revennes of Russia,
Belgrade, Jan. 19, 1871.
THE LONDON CONFERENCE.
The government of Servia has despatched a semi
•fficial representative to the London Conference.
London, Jan. 19, 1871.
THE BALLOT IN ENGLAND.
The Right Hon. James Stansfield, one of the Secre
taries of the Treasury of the present government,
has delivered an address to the electors of Halifax,
of which he is the representative in the House of
Commons. He announced therein that a bill pro
viding for the use of the ballot in the elections will
be introduced by the gpvernment at the approach
ing session of Parliament.
Mr. Stansfield advocated non-intervention on the
part of Great Britain in the Franco-Prue sian war,
Sr. Petersburg, Jan. 9, 1871.
RUSSIA’S REVENUES.
The Imperial Budget estimates the revenues as
follows: Ordinary receipts—from direct and indi
rect ;axes, State monopolies, State domains, miscel
laneous receipts, revenues of Poland, and the Trans-
Caucasus, 489,000,000 roubles. Extraordinary re
ceipts—resources from loans, special receipts, and
railway construction, 101,000,000 to 103,000,000 rou
bles.
BROOKED GOSSIP.
A Shocking Crima and a Terrible Penally—
The Brooklyn “ Union” Sued for Libel—
Resisting Assessments—Fire Hundred Dol
lars for a Husband, Etc., Etc.
A SHOCKING CRIME AND A DREADFUL PENALTY.
Yesterday, a man about thirty-five years of age,
named John Wienek, having a wife and three chil
dren, an engineer by trade, and in very good circum
stances, was placed on trial in the Court of Sessions,
before Judge Troy and Justices Voorhies and John
son, charged with violating a little girl, named Delia
Corneff. The child lives with her parents in North
Second street, Williamsburgh, and is between six
and seven years of. age. The prisoner lives on the
opposite side of the street. The complaint set forth
that about four o’clock on the afternoon of Nov. 17 th
the accused was standing in front of the liquor store
on the corner of Seventh and Grand streets. The
child had been sent to purchase a quart of milk, .and
on passing where the prisoner was standing, it was
charged that he enticed her into a hallway, and that
he induced or forced her to go with him into a cel
lar, where
HE KEPT HER A CLOSE PRISONER
for three or four hours, during which time the out
rage was committed. Several persons living on
the premises testified to having seen the accused
banging round the scene of the outrage at the time
it was said to have beeq committed. The clothing
worn by the child was produced in court. It was torn
•nd bloody, and was at once a powerful corrobora
tion of the charges against the prisoner. The girl
was placed on the stand, and unhesitatingly identi
fied Wienek as the person by whom she had been so
SHOCKINGLY WRONGED.
She gave a detailed account of the horrid trans
action from the time she was first spoken to by the
man, and induced to go with him into the wood
cellar, and all that there transpired. He treated her
with great cruelty, and silenced her cries with
threats that he would throw her into a dark hole.
A publication of the details of the offense, which
were elicited with great cleverness and delicacy,
would not of course be proper. All the testimony
was of a character that scarcely admitted of a doubt.
The only defense that was attempted was previous
good* character and a denial of identity, and after a
very short deliberation the jury returned a verdict
©f guilty. Wienek was sentenced to the State Prison
for a term of twenty years.
PAVED BUT NOT PAID FOR—RESISTING AS
SESSMENTS.
The property owners of Brooklyn, to the number
ol many hundred, are making a united and deter
mined effort to resist the payment of the assess
ments for street pavements, in a number of the
principal thoroughfares. Their action is based on
the belief that said paving was unauthorized, and
executed by the Water Board, contrary to the ex
pressed wishes of said owners. They believe the
work to have been done contrary to law. A meeting
of several hundred property owners, on Columbia,
Atlantic, Baltic, Schemerhorn, and other streets,was
held on last Thursday night, at the Athenseum. It
was unanimously resolved to resist the payment de
manded, and a considerable amount of money was
subscribed to test the case before the proper trib
unal. Hon. Judge Emmett has been retained, at a
cost of three thousand dollars, to conduct the case.
• A LIBEL SUIT.
Mr. Dellon, U. 8. Mashal, for the Eastern District
of New York, has sued the Brooklyn Union for libel,
and lays his damages at $50,000. The alleged libel
is based upon charges of malfeasance in offices on
the part of the U. S. Marshal, by the Union, and the
matter now occupies the attention of the courts.
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS FOR A HUSBAND.
In October, 1869, an explosion occurred on the
I>remises of the Robbins’ Preserved Wood Company,
in Brooklyn, and Michael Grogan, a man employed
by the company, was killed. Subsequently Mrs.
Grogan brought suit against the company, and after
nearly two years in litigation, was last week awarded
the sum of SSOO by Judge Pratt, of the Supreme
Court.
EXPLOSION AND FATAL ACCIDENT.
At noon yesterday an explosion of a still took
place at the oil works of Shaw, Fleming, and Kinley,
in Kingsland avenue, Greenpoint. A workman,
named James McGregory, employed near the still at
the time of the explosion, was so badly burned, that
it is feared his injuries will prove fatal.
THE WAR VETERANS OF THE FOURTEENTH
REGIMENT
have petitioned Congress, asking that they be per
mitted to hold their share of the public lands, pro
posed to be given to soldiers of the late war, without
going to occupy them. They say they cannot pay
their way to the land which Congress proDosea to
give theafe
Fork, January 21, 1871.—it a
meeting of the. Executive Committee of the Tammany
Hall Genera] Committee, it was
Resolved, That the public reception of the Irish re
leased prisoners, at Tammany Hall, which was to have
taken place on Monday, the 23d inst.. be postponed for
the present.
RICHARD O’GORMAN,
Chairman.
Jamfs S. Hennessy, Sec.
rpilß HOLLAND TESTIMONIAL.
CONCLUDING PERFORMANCE IN NEW YORK,
WEDNESDAY EVENING, Jan. 25, 1871,
AT THE FOURTEENTH STREET THEATRE,
(Generously tender id bv Messrs Wneatleigh & Snyder).
MU. CHARLES TECHTER
and Miss CARLOTTA LECLERCQ,
having volunteered their aid to the Holland Testimo
nial, will appear, at the above-named time and place, in
Bulwer Lytton’s romantic drama,
THE LADY OF LYONS.
when they will have the co-operative assistance of
MR. MARK SMITH, . ,
(who has just arrived from England, and immediately
offered his services;,
Mr. OWEN MARLOWE, Mr. C. H. ROCKWELL,
Mr. JAS. C. DUNN. Mrs. L. E SEYMOUR,
Mrs. JOHN SEFTON, and others,
through the kind permission of the various Managers.
BOX-SHEET NOW OPEN.
THEATRE.
•EVERY EVENING,
EXCEPT -ew SATURDAY,
Mr.
EDWIN BOOTH
as
RICHELIEU,”
with
MR. LAWRENcE BARRETT
AND AN EFFICIENT CAST.
•‘RICHELIEU,’*
MA’IINEE
On SATURDAY, AT O’CLOCK.
SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 28th,
MR. LAWRENCE BARRETT
as "RAPHAEL” in
"MARBLE HEART.”
Seats secured SIX DAYS IN ADVANCE, at the
Theatre, or at its Branch Ticket Office, at Ditson &
Co.’s Music Store, No. 711 Broadway.
WOOD’S MUSEUM.
LAST WEEK
LAST WEEK
LAST WEEK
OF THE
LYDIA THOMPSON TROUPE.
LYDIA THOMPSON TROUPE.
MISS THOMPSON in COMEDY and BURLESQUE.
Special engagement and first appearance of
Mr. FRED DE WAR and Mr. H. R. TEESDALE.
Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday, and Taursday,
Charles Dana’s Comic Drama,
DELICATE GROUND,
in which Miss Lydia Thompson, Mr. Fred Dewar, and
Mr. Teesdale will appear.
To be followed, for the last time, by
ST. GEORGE AND THK DRAGON.
FRIDAY. FAREWELL BENEFIT OF MISS LYDIA
THOMPSON.
MEG’S DIVERSION and SCENES FROM IXION.
Monday, Jan. 30, RED HANDS.
First appearance of Miss LUCY RUSHTON.
MATINEE PERFORMANCES at 2 P.M.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday,
production or an entirely new sensational drama,
entitled THE SPIRIT AVENGER,
With new scenery, costumes, and effects.
gTEINWAY HALL.
THEODORE THOMAS’
SYMPHONY CONCERTS.
FRIDAY EVENING, JAN. 27,
AND SATURDAY EVENING, JAN, 28.
The public is respectfully informed that
TWO GRAND CONCERTS
will be given by Mr. THEODORE THOMAS, on his re
turn from the East.
FRIDAY EVENING, JAN. 27, FIRST CONCERT,
BENEFIT OK MISS ANNA MEHLIG,
SATURDAY EVENING, JAN. 28,
SECOND AND LAST CONCERT.
The following eminent artists will appeal:
THE CELEBRATED AND POPULAR PIANISTS,
MISS ANNA MEHLIG,
MR. S B. MILLS,
Together with
THEODORE THOMAS’ UNRIVALED ORCHESTRA
OF SIXTY PERFORMERS.
ADMISSION TICKETS ONE DOLLAR.
RESERVED SEATS FIFTY CENTS EXTRA.
The sale of Reserved Seats and Tickets will commence
on Monday, January 23. at the box office of Steinway
Ha\l, at J. Schuberth’s «fc Co., No 820 Broadway, at G.
Schirmer’s, No. 701 Broadway, and at the Theatre Ticket
Office, No. 114 Broadway.
QTEINWAY HALL.
O LECTURE
BY
MRS. S. H. DE KROYFT,
Whose strange mutations of fortune it was to become,
within the brief space of one month, a Bride, a
Widow, and Blind.
Subject— "THE SOUL OF EVE,”
WEDNESDAY EVENING, JAN. 25th, 1871.
ADMISSION 50 CIS. RESERVED SEATS, sl.’
Grand opera
corner Twenty-third street and Eighth avenue.
JAMES FISK, JrProprietor
ANOTHER HIT.
THE CLIMAX OF SUCCESS.
CROWDED HOUSES.
THE EVENT. THE EVfcNT.
LA PERICHOLE.
THE EVENT. AIMEE. THE EVENT.
LA PERICHOLE.
THE EVENT. AIMEE THE EVENT.
LA PERICHOLE.
AIMEE.
Every Evening until further notice.
SATURDAY, MATINEE AT TWO.
LES BRIGANDS.
SUNDAY, FIFTH GRAND CONCERT,
FISK’S
EXCELSIOR NINTH REGIMENT BAND,
with a new and novel programme.
ALLACK’S.
MONDAY, January 23d"
THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL,
TUESDAY, January 24th,
FAINT HEART NEVER WON FAIR LADY, AND
* USED UP.
WEDNESDAY, January 25th, OURS.
THURSDAY, January 26th, OURS.
FRIDAY, January *27tb,
FAINT HEART NEVER WON FAIR LADY, AND
USED UP.
SATURDAY MATINEE, AT 1%, OURS.
SATURDAY NIGHT,
A FAVORITE COMEDY.
OLYMPIC THEATRE.
Lessee and Manager James E. Hayes
Business Manager Dan Symons
LAST NIGHTS, LAST NIGHTS,
OF
GEO. L. FOX’S
POPULAR PANTOMIME,
WEE WILLIE WINK IE.
NOTICE.
Owing to forthcoming Novelties, this highly successful
Pantomime must positively be withdrawn at a very early
date.
Seats can now be secured for
THE LAST NIGHTS,
and
THE LAST WEDNESDAY
AND SATURDAY MATINEES.
IN REHEARSAL,
RICHELIEU.
With entirely New Scenery, Costumes, &c.. Ac.
G. L. RICHELIEU FOX
AVENUE ~
O SIXTH WEEK.
“ SARATOGA P’
MATINEE EVERY SATURDAY,
AT HALF-PAST ONE.
INA EDWIN’S THEATRE.
LINA EDWlNProprietress and Lessee
WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 25.
Limited engagement of
LAURA KEENE,
who will have the honor of once more appearing before
a New York public, in
DION BOUOICAULT’S BfcST PLAY,
HUNTED DOWN;
’ 08,
THE TWO LIVES OF MARY LEIGH.
Each artiste carefully selected for their fitness for the
roles assigned. New and Beautiful Scenery.
OF MUSIC. ~
SATURDAY EVENING, Jan. 28th, 1821,
Grand Complimentary Benefit
TO
PROFESSOR RISLEY.
An immense bill will be presented.
Full particulars in programmes of the day.
TMrETROPOLITAN BILLIARD ROOMS.
ijJL MORRISANIA HALL,
Railroad Avenue, near Fifth street, Morrisania.
OPPOSITE FLEETWOOD PARK.
CONCERT HALL ATTACHED.
ALES, WINES, LIQUORS AND SEGARS.
LEWIS H. COMBES, Proprietor.
SYLVAN PARK,
FIFTH STREET and RAILROAD AVENUE,
• Morrisania.
The largest afid most beautiful Park in the vicinity of
New York, for Target Excursions, Picnics, Ac.
v H. FRIEDGEN, Proprietor.
JgILLIARDS!
UNION SQUARE BILLIARD ROOMS,
THE HANDSOMEST AND MOST COMPLETE
ROOMS IN THIS CITY,
CONTAINING:
TWENTY-TWO OF PHELAN’S TABLE’S.
No. 60 and 62 East 14th st.. Union Square.
CHRIS. O’CdNNOR,
Proprietor,
qp H E S TOC K E xTcIl A NG ~E
BILLIARD ROOMS,
EMPIRE BUILDING,
Nos. 69 and 71 BROADWAY, *
NEAR WALL STREET.
Seven Firsb-Class Phelan Tables. Open from 7A. M
till 8 P.M. JOHN GAULT.
Billiard table for sale-
FOR SALE CHEAP A
SECOND HAND BILLIARD TABLE IN
PERFECT ORDER.
APPLY AT THE GOTHAM,
MATTHEWS & GEOGHAN. 300 OWESY *
"ANTED—AGENTS ($2() PER DAY)
,fs I to sell the celebrated HOME SHUTTLE
ml® SEWING MACHINE. Has the under-feed,
K : m I makes the “lock stitch” (alike on both sides),
S Hi and is FULLY licensed. The best and cheap
-11 I El est Family Sewing Machine in the market.
M Address JOHNSON. CLARK <fc CO., Boston,
H w 'Mass.; Pittsburg, Pa.; Chicago, 111., or St
e ki Louis, Mo.
I'5T PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF
ROBERT C. HUTCHINGS, Esq., Surrogate of the
County of New York, Notice is hereby given to all per
sons having claims against ROBERT D. HOLMES, late
of the City of New York, deceased, to present the same,
with vouchers thereof, tef the subscriber, at her resi
dence, No. 45 Barrow street, in the City of New York, on
or before the twenty-fifth day of April next.
Dated. New York, the tentn day of October, 1870.
CECILE J, HOLMES. Administratrix.
NEW YORK DISPATCH.
Bowery theatre.
WM. B. FRKLIGH. M-nngor.
MONDAY, AND UNTIL FURTHF.ft NOTICE.
GREAT EVENT OF THE SEASON!
Hernandez ... and
GORGEOUS PANTOMIME,
entitled
SEE SAW.
See Saw Margery Daw.
Sold her bed a.;d laid on straw.
After a lenctnv preparation, is now > - e"dy to
PRESENT TO THE PUBLIC,
with all the effects of
. « NEW AND SPLENDID SCENERY,
MARVELLOUS MECHANICAL WONDER.
NOVEL AND ELABORATE TRICKS.
AND BEWILDERING TRANSFORMATIONS.
The justly celebrated Hernandez Foster’s 'lroupeof
Pantoniiraiets, have been engaged to portray the princi
ples in this sunerb i reduction, viz.,
HERNANDEZ FOSTERasCIown
FRANK FOSTERas Bar o ]Uin
JOS. M. SLOAN..as. ...The Great American Pantaloon
MISS NELLIE WALTasCclumbme
aided by the strength of the _ r
REGULAR COMPANY AND NUMEROUS AUX
ILIARIES, MAL 2 AND I EMALE.
The full and elaborate description will be found in
the programme of the day.
NOTICE t
Every Saturdav, A. GRAND FAMILY !SEE SAW
MATINEE at 2 o’clock.
rpONY PASTOR’S OPERA-HOUSE.
THE LAST SENSATION.
An entertainment intended more especially for the
refined and fastidious lady amusement seekers of the
metropolis and vicinity, presented in the most unexcep
tionable manner.
FIRST TIME IN NEW YORK,
MISS ADA WRAY’S
FEMALE MINSTRELS.
FEMALE MINSTRELS.
FEMALE MINSTRELS.
A full Band of beautiful and talented Ladies, in Songs,
Glees, Choruses, Jokes, &<•.
THE TRIP TO EUROPE.
LA MARSEILLAISE.
THE WATCH ON THE RHINE,
STAR-SPANGLED BANNER.
LAND OF THE SHAMROCK,
GORGEOUS NATIONAL TABLEAUX.
First appearance of the fame-'* Indiarubber Man,
MONS. JULIEN.
TONY PASTOR’S DOUBLE COMBINATION.
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday, at
('A LOBE THEATRE, No. 72S Broadway.
VJf ADVENT of the GREAT EUROPEAN SENSA
TION.
NOTICE—MONDAY, JAN. 23,1871,
AT AN OUTLAY OF
SI,BOO IN GOLD!
per week, the Management has secured the wonderful
WALHALLA AND BIOPLASTIC TROUPE. m
THE IROUPE appears in some of the most ART
ISTIC AND WONDERFUL ACTS EVER PRE
SENTED TO AN AMERICAN AUDIENCE. The
Magnificent and Gorgeous Display of the DAZZLING
PRISMATIC FOUNTAINS. This Marvelous Effect is
on a scale of grandeur never before attempted First
appearance, on the same evening, of the great Iriah Vo
calist. J. EAGAN, and the well-known Ethiopian Com
edians, BOWMAN AND HARRIS, in conjunction wii h
the Old Favorites, thereby forming one of the largest,
and most expensive and most artistic combinations ever
presented to a theatre-going publip. Matiness Wed
nesday and Saturday.
A THEATRE COMIQUE,
I. 'Tfi - . BROADWAY, opposite St. Nicholas.
BUTLER & GlLMOßEManagers.
THE GREAT STAR TROUPE EVERY NIGHT.
IN A POWERFUL SENSATIONAL PROGRAMME,
Replete with every Gom of the Season.
THE FAMOUS LAURI TROUPE,
In their comic pantomime of
THE FIRE FIRND. THE FIRE FIEND.
With its gorgeous scenic effects.
MLLE. BLANCHE AND MR. GEORGE LEOPOLD,
The wonderful Gymnasts.
THE GRAND BALLET TROUPE. ETHIOPIAN
BURLESQUES. PLANTATION SCENES.
MATINEE, Wednesday and Saturday afternoons, at
SAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS.
SAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS, No. 685 Broadway.
Mr. W ALM BOLD will sing the New Ballad entitled
“THE LITTLE CHURCH AROUND THE CORNER.”
•THE LITTLE CHURCH AROUND THE CORNER.”
“THE LITTLE CHURCH AROUND THE CORNER.”
“THE LITTLE CHURCH AROUND THE CORNER.”
“THE LITTLE CHURCH AROUND THE CORNER.”
Immense Success of the Opera,
LES BRIGANDS,
With the Laughing and Whispering Choruses,
THE CARBINIER’S MARCH TO HASH,
DUEL ON HORSEBACK.
ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME.
Get your seats. Seats secured six days in advance.
DAN BRYANT’S NEW OBERA HOUSE
23d st'—between 6th and 7th avenues—23d. st.
EVERY EVENING at 8. SATURDAY MATINEE ai 2.
Pastimes on the Levee. Deaf in a Horn.
The Baby Elephant. Clodoche Can-Can.
Three O’clock Train. Little Mac Essence.
Tom Sully s Dances. The Black Brigands.
Can You Stand on Your Head ?
Sevmour, Reed, McAndrews, Little Mac, Dan Bryant.
FAMILY MATINEE EVERY SATURDAY, At 2.
Mrs. f.bTconway 7 spark thea-
TRE, BROOKLYN.
“JESS SO.”
NOTICE.
In compliance with most universal requests, and in
order ro accommodate
HUNDREDS WHO HAVE BEEN UNABLE TO
OBTAIN ADMISSION,
Mrs. Conway has the pleasure to announce the
RE ENGAGEMENT
(for positively
SIX NIGHTS ONLY!
of the inimitable comedian,
MR. JOHN OWENS,
who will appear to-morrow evening in two of his most
renowned impersonations,
SOLON SHINGLE AND THE LIVE INDIAN.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 28TH, LAST OWENS’
MATINEE,
COMMENCING AT 2 P. M.
YORK CIRCUS.
' FA KEWELL CINDERELLA MATINEES,
WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. 2%.
In addition, the
STRENGTH OF THE ENTIRE CIRCUS TROUPE.
EVERY NIGHT AT 8.
GRAND DISPLAY.
MARVELOUS DEXTERITY AND ATHLETIC
EXHIBITIONS OF POWER AND AGILITY.
First appearance of the
ALI BEN ABDALLAH TROUPE
OF
REAL BEDOUIN ARABS,
original and wonderfully endowed
CHILDREN OF THE DESERT.
EXTRAORDINARY FEATS OF
MUSCULAR ENDURANCE.
UNPARALLELED ACTS OF DARING HORSEMAN
SHIP. ACROBATIC and GYMNASTIC WONDERS.
Brooklyn opera house? -
Junction of Fulton and Flatbush avenues.
WELCH, HUGHES & WHITE’S
BROOKLYN MINSTRELS.
IMMENSE SUCCESS, DECIDED HIT, OF
MASTER HARRY JANVIER,
The Great Musical Wonder.
“CARRY THE NEWS TO Al A RY.”
THE GREAT TROUPE OF STARS
IN A CHALLENGE PROGRAMME.
Notice —The public are respectfully informed that
this will be THE LAST WEEK of the present season.
The Management, having decided upon making a trav
eling tour for four weeks, for the purpose of makinr ex
tensive alterations, enlarging, and remodeling the Opera
House.
rj’UIENOR’S LYRIC HALL,
JL No. 723 SIXTH AVEN UE, Reservoir Square.
MRS. MACREADY’S SERIES OF UP-TOWN
DRAMATIC AND POETIC RECITALS
COMMENCING MONDAY EVENING, JAN. 23. AT
8 O’CLOCK.
Selections from SHAKSPERE, SHERIDAN, SCOTT
BULWER, Ac. ’ ’
FINE ARTS I
THE
“DERBY COLLECTION OF PAINTINGS,”
RECENTLY ON VIEW AT THE ACADEMY OF
DESIGN,
has been removed to our Enlarged Rooms,
CLINTON HALL,
ASTOR PLACE AND EIGHTH STREET,
where they will remain
ON EXHIBITION, FREE,
DAY AND EVENING,
until the time of sale,
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY,. JAN; 24 and 25,
a.t o’clock P. M.,
A Number of Important Paintings,
not yet seen by the public,
HAVE BEEN ADDED TO THE EXHIBITION,
and among them
THE WORLD-RENOWNED
“BIRTH OF VEN US,”
BY CABANEL.
SPECIAL.
In order to promote the convenience and comfort of
buyers, we shall reserve a limited number of seats for
their use at this sale. Application, by letter or person
ally, should be made at once.
LEAVITT, STREBEIGH & Co.
imm 11 mi »
liuauriaL
Bowling green savings bank,
ISo. 33 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
OPEN EVERY DAY, FROM 10 A. M. to 3 P. M.
Deposits of any sum. from Ten Cants to Ten Thousand
Dollars, will be received.
Six per cent. Interest, free of Government Tax.
Interest on New Deposits commences on the first of
every month.
HENRY SMITH, President.
REEVES E. SELMES, Secretary.
Walter Roche, i -v- a
Edward Hogan, J Yice-Presidonts.
$5 TO $lO PER DAY.
who engage in our new business make from §5 to
$lO per day in their own localities. Full particu
lars and instructions sent free by mail. Those in
need of permanent, profitable work, should address
at once. George Stinson & Co., Portland, Maine.
H«KEEPEKTO9KHEfiE!
HOW TO LSVE CHEAP/
In order to effect a great saving in your household ex-
Einses, ouy your Teas, Coffees. Flour. Butter, Cheese,
tuns. Syrups, Molasses, Mackerel, Raisins, Currants,
Prune*. Citron, Soap, Starch, Pepper, Mustard, Bariev,
Meal, Hominy, Dried and Foreign Fruits, and all kinds
of Groceries and Provisions, at the
GREAT CHEAP CASH STORE.
SUGARS at KEFIiYEKb’ PRICES.
THOS. R. AGNEW.
No. 260 GREENWICH St., COR. MURRAY, N.Y.
THIS POPULAR BAND
can now be engaged for the ensuing season, with
ALL THE POPULAR MUSIC OF.THE PERIOD.
BOOKS FAST FILLING UP.
OFFICE—No. 253 BOWERY.
MATHEW J. O’BRIEN,
'Leader.
GREAT OFFER!!
HORACE WATERS, No. 481 BROADWAY, N.
Y., will dispose of ONE HUNDRED PIANOS, MELO
DEONS, and ORGANS -of first-class makers, at ex
tremely LOW PRICES, FOR CASH, DURING THIS MONTH,
or will take from $4 to S2O monthly until paid; the same
to let, and rent money applied if purchased. Ohicker
ing pianos are included in the above offer.
gry
JIHIS TIKEIII' & CO.,
BROADWAY and ELEVENTH ST.,
ON MONDAY, JAN. 23,
WILL CLOSE Ol)r THE BALANCE OF THEIR
SPLENDID STOCK OF
ZDTfcZEJSS
AT A GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES,
COMPRISING
FRENCH MERINOS, EMPRESS CLOTHS, SERGES
SCOTCH, ALL WOOL, AND DIAGONAL PLAIDS,
IRISH AND FRENCH POPLINS, EPING
’fiIsES, SATIN DU CHENE. Ac, Ac.
ALSO, A SPLENDID STOCK OF
French and English Calicoes,
IN NEW DESIGNS AND COLORS,
INCLUDING A NEW SHADE OF ENGLISH PUR
PLE, A SPECIALTY WITH US.
BEST AMERICAN DELAINES,
AT CENTS.
A MERICAN PRINTS,
IN ALL THE BEST BRANDS AND NEWEST DE-
SIGNS, FROM 7 CENTS UPWARD.
REPPS AND G-ING-HAMS,
IN GREAT VARIETY, AND AT EQUALLY LOW
PRICES.
ALSO, THE BALANCE OF OUR STOCK OF
FOR THE CARRIAGE AND PROMENADE,
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
INDIA SHAWLS AND SCARFS,
IN PLAIN AND FILLED CENTRES,
AT LESS THAN COST OF IMPORTATION.
JAMES riIREM & CO.,
BROADWAY and ELEVENTH ST.,
On MONDAY, JAN. 23,
WILL MAKE AN
imEESE REDECTIOI OF PRICES
IO THEIR STOCK OF
LADIES’ UNDERCLOTHING,
LADIES’ TUCKED SKIRTS 75 CENTS, REDUCED
FROM $1 00.
LADIES’ FRENCH TUCKED SKIRTS $1 00, RE
DUCED FROM $1 50.
LADIES’ CHEMISES AT 75 CENTS, REDUCED
FROM $1 CO.
LADIES’ NIGHT DRESSES $2 00.
“ “ “ TUCKED, $2 6&
DRAWERS, 75 CENTS.
“ “ TUCKED, $1 00.
SWISS OVERDRESSES AND TUNICS,
INFANTS’ WARDROBES, SLIPS, DRESSES.
SHAWLS, SKIRTS AND CLOAKS.
ASTRACHAN CLOAKS AT S2O 00 AND $25 00.
BLACK VELVET AND CLOTH CLOAKS,
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES..
Ladies’ Fur Sets
IN
JRUSSIA SA BEE,
MINK AND ERMINE.
ALASKA TRIMMING
BY THE YARD.
R. H. MACY.
A fine assortment of
REAL LACE GOODS,
FRENCH AND SCOTCH EMBROIDERIES,
EMBROIDERED LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS,
HOSIERY AND SMALL WARES.
HOUSEKEEPING AND HOUSE FURNISHING
goods, fancy goods, books, Ac.,
At Popular Prices.
Fourteenth street and Sixth avenue.
Y geal estate.
JQOVEL ENTERPRISE!
THIRTY THOUSAND DOLLAR HOME,
FOUR HUNDRED VILLA LOTS,
AND
THIRTY ELEGANT VILLAGE PLOTS,
IN
SYLVAN PARK,
Mamaroneck, Westchester Co.,
for the uniform price of
S2OO EACH,
TITLE CLEAR !
NO DEBTS!
NO ASSESSMENTS !
NO MORTGAGE !
$5,000 DONATED TO BENEVOLENT AND CHARI
TABLE PURPOSES.
For every Twentieth Lot sold, one Deed will be made to
the following institutions:
Howard Mission New York.
Jewish Hospital ••
Home for the Destituteßrooklyn.
Plymouth Bethel
Women’s Hospital New York.
Foster Home Newark, N. J.
Home of Rest for ConsumptiivesWest Chester.
Sheltering Arms New York.
Baptist Home for the Aged “
Lying-in Asylum (Catholic) “
Lying-in Asylum (Protestant). “
Mission SehoolMount Vernon.
Catholic Church.-... Rye Neck.
Episcopal ChurchMamaroneck.
Merchants’ Masonic Lodge New York.
Crescent “ “ “
Maraarano “ “ .•.Mamaroneck.
Huguenot “ “ New Rochelle.
New Temple for the Grand Masonic Lodge of the State
of New Y ork.
In order to encourage investments and to promote
early improvement, the proprietor of THESE SPLEN
DID ESTATES has subdivided them into 432 Lots,
varying in size according to location, and averaged the
prices at an aggregate really below the present valua
tion of the whole property.
THE ELEGANT HOMESTEAD,
and Uiree acres of choice land estimated at
THIRTY THOUSAND DOLLARS,
and is included in the average at s2oo>and in the distri
bution of deeds amopg the purchasers, will be most cer
tainly secured by some LUCKY ONE at that price.
It will be seen that unon any equitable plan of distri
bution, that there will be necessarily ONE PROBA
BILITY to secure for S2OO a HOME WORTH $30,C00.
233 probabilities for Lots worth only s2'o
73 “ “ EDO
48 “ “ 1,000
47 “ “ 600
30 “ “ 3,100
But, in any event, to get the worth of their invest
ment.
The plan is simple and uncomplicated. The object of
the proprietor being merely to realize promptly the ag
gregate value, and induce certain improvements and
quick investment.
This is. beyond all question, an opportunity which
may not occur again in a lite-time, and one which no
prudent man or w man ought to tee! at liberty to omit
or overlook.
The property is ready for examination ’at all times, and
excursicme will be made free < wrv Saiuiduy, on ti.e 11:30
A. M. train, N. Y. and N. H. R. R.
For Excur. ion Tickets, Circulars, and furlhsr
information, apply to
S. DIN SEE A Co..
Auctioneers and Real R.-tate Brokers,
No. 82 Ce«ar st-eer, N.Y.
—■bum u; w
Men’s Furnishing Goods,
Bos. 158 and 158 FILT»X STREET,
ONE DOOR EAST OF BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
SHIRTS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, NECK TIES,
DRAWERS. SUSPENDERS, COLLARS, UMBREL
LAS, COMBS, BRUSHES, SOAPS, PERFUMERY,
HAIR OILS, FANCY ARTICLES, ETC.
BUCK SKIN SHIRTS AND DRAWERS.
Slairts Made to Order.
liEAUTIFUL - AND~RAKE PHOTO-
£ROAI PARIS. Sample and Catalogues
tent lor 20 cenis. by CAMERON & CO., No. 146 Bleeck
er street, New York.
WoS
Agents wanted ($225 a month)
by the AMERICAN KNITTING MACHINE CO.
BOSTON. AiASS or Si 1 . LOUIS, MO.
EOERNIFor RUPTURE
' SUCCESSFULLY TREATED BY
Dlt. S. N. MARSH,
At MARSH & CO.’S Radical Cure Truss Office, No. 32
EAST 14TH ST. (3d DOUR from University Place).
ADULT. YOUTH, and INFANT TRUSSES, to meet
every indication of Hernia or Rupture, skillfully applied
by Dr. Marsh (who is constantly in attendance).
Orthopedical instruments made to order and scientifi
cally .applied by Dr. Marsh. Instruments for ah physi
cal ('e’ormities properly made and carefully adjusted,
and satisfaction guaranteed.
Lt dies’ Silk Elastic Belts, Elastic Stockings. Abdomi
nal S<*i’porters. Pile instruments, Ladies’, Gent’s, and
Children’s Shoulder Braces, Suspensory Bandages,
Crutches, &c.., Ac.
MARSH & CO. still continue their office at No. 2 Ve
sez st. Private Rooms ar-d competent females to wait
upon Ladies at BOTH OFFICES. Open 8 A. M.to6
P. M.
TITHE WANDERING HEIRESS.” BY
JL WAI’TK PHILLIPS (Fairfax Balfour).
Pr co 75 cents. 207 pages, Octavo.
Can be had wholesale at the American News Company,
New York News Company, National News Company,
Brooklyn News Company, and retail at all bookstores
through the United States.
THOMAS O’KANE, Publisher,
No. 130 Nassau st., N. Y.
Sent by mail, postage paid, on receipt of price.
A CMSIW wr
of
|®THE SEASON.
LORD i TAYLOR,
BROADWAY AND 20th ST.,
Beg leave to announce that the above sale will be con
tinued until the first of February, the date of our semi
annual stock-taking. We invite the especial attention
of our customers and purchasers generally to the un
precedented Bargains in Fashionable Dress Goods,
which having been reassorted from reserve stock, will
be offered ou MONDAY, January 23d, as follows:
ALL WOOL PLAIDS.
Two cases SCOTCH PLAIDS, yard and a half wide,
all colors, at ®l, real value $2 50.
ALL WOOL FRENCH SATIN DE
CHEVES.
Three cases of REAL FRENCH SATINS in all the
fashionable cloth, high and medium colon; the most
desirable fabrics for suits at 50c., recent wholesale price
75c.
ALL WOOL FRENCH SERGES.
Two cases finest quality, in all colon for suits and
wrappers, will be offered at 75c., cost $1 10 to import.
EMPRESS CLOTHS.
Three cases all wool REAL FRENCH EMPRESS
CLOTHS, in colors; suitable for all seasons, at
50c., real value 75c.
MERINOS.
Four cases of all wool FRENCH MERINOS, a full
assortment of colon at 50c. @ 65c., recent wholesale
price and sl. In view of the probable scarcity
of these celebrated fabrics next season, in consequence
of the war, particular attention is called to the induce
ments here offered. These goods are most suitable for
wrappers and street wear.
The above goods will be exhibited on the first floor,
near main entrance on Broadway.
MOURNING STOCK.
BLACK ALPACA.
Two cases finest quality, celebrated BUFFALO
BRAND, will be offered to close at 75c. @ 85c.; hereto
fore sold at $1 @ $1 25.
SILK WARP TAMISE.
One case fine BLACK SILK WARP TAMISE, in
three grades. Will be sold at a bargain.
BLACK CRETONNE.
Full assortment; all grades; very low.
BLACK CASHMERE D’ETE FOR
SUITS.
Just imported. From fine to superfine quality.
CLOVES.
200 dozen fine quality Ladies’ FRENCH KID GLOVES
at $1 50 per pair.
LORD &”TAYLOR,
Broadway and 2Oth St.
ALL SILK LYONS VELVETS.
The balance of our stock of 28-inch, 22-inch, and 36-inch
ALL SILK
LYONS VELVETS.
will be offered at prices from $lO upward. A great
reduction from previous prices.
LORD"! TAYLOR,
BROADWAY AND TWENTIETH STREET.
GREATBARGAINS
IN SILKS.
LORD & TAYLOR,
Continue to offer the balance of their Silk Stock prior
to the first of February, at low prices to close the
season.
FANCY SILKS.
An invoice of GRIS RAQUES, just from the steamer,
suitable for Spring, will be opened at sl.2s—a great
bargain.
. ALSO,
A large invoice of BLACK AND WHITE CHECKS, all
sizes, will be opened on Monday, 23d instant, at
$1.25.
PLAIN BLACK SILKS.
400 nieces 24 inch, 26 inch, and 28 inch, all boiled
TAFFETAS, a celebrated brand, at prices lower
than ever before offered, viz: 24 inch, SL37J4;
26 inch, $1.50: aud 28 inch, $1.75.
The above goods are confidently recommended for
service.
BLACK GROS GRAINS.
24 inch at $2, $2.60, $3, $3.50, and $4.
PLAIN COLORED SILKS.
24 inch at $2, $2.25, $2.50. $3, and upward, which
purchasers will find it greatly to their advantage to
examine.
LORD & TAYLOB,
Broadway and 20th street,
MW’ITRMWOOOI
Having made a special department for Gents* Fur
nishing Goods, attention is called to the superior qual
ity and low prices of all our goods, which we warrant to
be as represented. Gentlemen will here find all the
latest style of
TIES, SCARFS, GLOVES,
SMOKING JACKETS AND CAPS,
SHiRTS, COLLARS. CUFFS.
PINS, UNDERWEAR, SHAWLS,
UMBRELLAS, CANES, <fcc., &c.,
with every variety of desirabie goods at prices unusually
low. Orders received and promptly executed.
LORD &"tAYLOR,
BROADWAY AND 20th STREET.
topriitrgis,
C’A K P E T S ,
FURNITURE,
OIL CLOTHS, BEDDING, Etc.,
At tlie Lowest Cash Prices.
WEEKLY OR MONTHLY PAYMENTS TAKEN AT
DEALY & Clfflfflfilffll’B,
JMo. 386 Third ave., near 28th st.
GREAT fOLIDAYTXHIBITWK
AT
D. KELLY’S,
Nos. 512, 514 and 516 EIGHTH AVENUE,
Cor. of Thirty-sixth st.
The most brilliant assortment of
Carpets and Furniture
is now on exhibition at his extensive warerooms, where
goods are offered far below their current rates, viz.:
ENGLISH VELVET, new and beautiful pattern, at
$2 25, worth $3.
ENGLISH BRUSSELS, new and beautiful pattern, at
$1 75, worth $2 25.
ENGLISH TAPESTRY, elegant styles, at $l2O, worth
$1 50.
ENGLISH THREE-PLY, elegant styles, at $1 40, worth
$1 75.
ALL-WOOL INGRAIN, at 60c., worth si.
FURNITURE,
Such as PARLOR, LIBRARY. CHAMBER, and DIN
ING-ROOM SUITS, of every kind and style, are
exhibited, and sold at equally low prices.
A call is, therefore, respectfully solicited.
HOUSEKEEPERS, ATTENTION!
At DANIEL O’FARRELL’S
EXTENSIVE WAREROOMS,
Ko. £OO Eighth avenue, corner 20th street,
You can purchase all qualities of
FURNITURE,
CARPETS,
BEDDING, Etc.,
Suitable for housekeeping, and pay tor the same in
weekly or monthly installments.
TO THE WORKING CLASS.—-We are now prepared to
jurnieh nil classes with constant employment at home, the
whole of the time or for the spare moments. Business new,
light and profitable. Persons of either sex easily earn from
Wc. to 85per evening, and.a proportional sum by devoting
their whole tune to the business. Boysand girlseam nearly
as muchasmen. Thatoll who see this notice may sendtheir
address, and test the business, we make this unparalleled
oner: ToßUchaßarendtwell»atifified,wewilleend t 1 to pay
for the trouble of writing. Full particulars, a valuable sam-*
pie which will do to commence work ou, and a copy of TAe
People a Literary 'Companion one of the largest and
best family newspapers published—all sent free by mail.
Meaqer, ifyou wantpermaTient, profitable work, address
£. C. ALLEN U CO.. Augusta. Mainb.
gupular Wdiriw.
FOR THE PILES.—DR.UPHAM’S
ELECTUARY and OINTMENT are a <ertamcure
lor Piles, Costiveness, Liver Complaint, and Dyspepsia;
also, for all cutaneous diseases and affections of the skin, i
These medicines can be obtained and the Doctor coo- 1
suited at his Medical Office, No. 39 East Fourth street, i
third door from the Bowery, and between Bowery and '
Broadway. Office hours from 7 o’clock in the morning i
UjJVmtno evening. I
gry (StoinlS.
glglil
BLACK AND COLORED K
SILKS.
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE «fc CO. have now open a
splendid stock of the LATEST COLORINGS in SILKS,
adapted for
EVENING AND STREET COSTUMES,
in MEDIUM, RICH and EXTRA QUALITIES, at
LOWER PRICES than can be purchased elsewhere for
the same grade of goods.
ALSO,
Black Taffetas,
Heap de France,
Failles, &c., &ci,
Of the celebrated makers,
••BONNET,” ‘•TAPISSIER,” AND OTHERS,
offering the finest assortment and AT THE LOWEST
PRICES.
Broadway, Corner 19th street.
AT JACKSON’S,
Broadway and Waverly Place,
A SPLENDID STOCK OF CREPE BOMBAZINE,
AND CASHMERE CLOTHS. TOGETHER WITH
OTHER DESIRABLE FABRICS AT A GREAT SAC
RIFICE, TO MAKE ROOM FOR SPRING IMPORTA
TIONS.
BLACK VELVETEENS
AT A GREAT BARGAIN.
SUITS AND BONNETS AT COST.
BLACK SILKS
AT TEMPTING PRICES.
AT RICHARD MEARES,
SIXTH AVENUE AND NINETEENTH STREET,
IMPORTANT SALE,
COMMENCING THURSDAY, JAN. 26th.
Having purchased the lease and stock of adjoining
store, the property of the late Mr. Ketchum, consisting
of
FINE ENGLISH HOSIERY and UNDERGARMENTS,
HANDKERCHIEFS, RIBBONS, LACES and EM
BROIDERIES. GLOVEB. MUSLINS,
NAPKINS, TABLE LINENS,
SMALL WARES and DRESS TRIMMINGS,
all of which I will-offer at my Store,
COR, SIXTH AVE. AND NINETEENTH ST.,
THURSDAY NEXT, 26th INST.,
AT HALF ORIGINAL COST.
The Goods will be all exposed m Lots, marked in plain
figures, at such prices as will command a speedy sale, as
store alterations commence in February.
RICHARD MEARES, .
Sixth Avenue and Nineteenth Street.
~cloAksT
BRODIE’S, No. 31 UNION SQUARE.
VELVET CLOAKS
UNEQUALED IN STYLE AND FINISH.
WINTER GARMENTS,
IN BEAVERS, ASTRACHANS, PLAIDS, CLOTHS,
&c., of the
NEWEST FASHIONS AND BEST MAKE.
OPERA CLOAKS. LACES,
CLOAKS AND DRESS TRIMMINGS,
ALL AT PRICES GREATLY REDUCED.
SPECTACLES.—BRAZILIAN PEBBLES
KJ and Double* Vision Glasses, in gold, silver, and other
frames. Also, the celebrated Eye-Preservers, so highly
appreciated at the Eve Hospital and the Eye Infirmary,
being superior to Any other article, giving ease and vigdr
to ihe weak, and preserving the perfect sight for many
years. Professor FRANKS, Oculist and Optician, Lec
turer on the Human Eve and Optics, accurately and sci
entifically adjusts these far-famed spectacles to defective
visions at his office. No. 288 Grand st., cor. of Eldridge.
J MARKS’ PATENT Rq
ARTIFICIAL LI MBS, V-.
WITH INDIA RUBBER HANDS AND FEET,
have again received the FIRST PREMIUM at the great
Fair of the AMERICAN INSTITUTE, 1870, which has
just closed, making the
FOURTH FIRST PREMIUM
in succession that has been awarded for these superior
and world-renowned substitutes for lost limbs. They
continue to be purchased by the Government for officers
and soldiers in the United States army, who lost their
limbs in service.
Pamphlets, giving full description, <tc., &c., sent free.
A. A. MARKS. No. 575 Broadway,
New York City.
gniltamb.
From From KT'L’IE RAILWAY.
23d Street. Chambers St. gU TRAINS LEAVE Depot.
—* foot Chamber st. and Twenty
third st., as follows, viz.:
6:45 A.M. 6:45 A.M. For Paterson.
7:15 AM. 7:30 A.M. Way Tram, daily, for Otisville
and intermediate station •.
8:15 A.M. 8:30 A.M. Special Sunday Train for Mid
dletown, and intermediate sta
tions.
8:45 A.M. 9:00 A.M. Day Express. for Rocbester,
Buffalo. Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Cincinnati, and the West and
South. Superb Drawing-room
Coaches accomnany this train
from New York to Buffalo.
. Sleeping Coaches are attached
at Hornellsville. running
through to Cleveland and
Galion for the accommodation
of Western and Southern pas
sengers respectively. Also con
nects for Newburgh, Warwick,
Montgomery, Unionville, and
Honesdale.
8:45 A. M. 9:00 A.M. For Hackensack and Hills
dale.
9:15 A.M. 9:30 A.M. For Piermont, Nyack and Tail
mans.
9:45 A.M. 10:00 A.M. For Paterson.
10:45 A.M. 11:00 A.M. Express Mail, for Buffalo, Dun
kirk. Cleveland and the West.
Sleeping coaches attached
from Susquehanna to Buffalo.
11:45 AM. 12:00 M. For Paterson.
12:45 P.M. 1:00 P.M. For Hackensack & Hillsdale.
1:15 P.M. 1:30 P.M. For Piermont. Nyack & Tall-
Talbnans.
1:45 P.M. 1:45 P.M. For Paterson, daily.
3:15 P.M. 3:30 P.M. Newburgh Express, stopping
only at Paterson, Greenwood,
and stations on Newburgh
Branch, to Newburgh.
3:15 P.M. 3:30 P.M. Middletown way. Also for
Piermont, Nyack, and Tail
mans.
3:45 P.M. 4:00.P.M. For Paterson: also for Hack
ensack and Hillsdale.
4:15 P.M. 4:15 P.M. Mail Train for Piermont and
Tailmans.
4.15 P.M. 4:30 P.M. Orange County Express, stopping
only at Turner’s, and stations
west of Turner’s (except Ox
ford) to Port Jervis. Connects
for Newburgh, Warwick,
Montgomery, Guilford. Pine
Island and Unionville; also
for Piermont and Nyack.
4:45 P.M* 5:00 P.M, Suffern Accommodation, stopping
only at Paterson and stations
west of Paterson.
5:15 P.M. 5:15 P.M. For Paterson and Hackensack.
Also for Piermont, Nyack and
Tallmans.
5:15 P.M. 5:30P.M. Night Express, fqr Buffalo,
Dunkirk, Cleveland, Cincin
nati and the West and South.
Sleeping coaches run through
from New York to Buffalo.
5:45 P.M, 6:00 P.M. Way Train, for Suffern and in
termediate stations. Also for
' Hackensack and Hillsdale.
6:15 P.M. 6:30 P.M. For Piermont and Nyack.
6:45 P.M. 6:45 P.M For Paterson and intermediate
stations, also for Hackensack.
6:4$ P.M. 7:00 P.M, Night Express, daily, for ail
points West and Soutn. Sleep
ing coaches accompany this
train to HornellsviJle, Buffalo,
and Cincinnati without
change.
7:45 P.M. 7:45 P.M. Emigrant Train, daily, for the
West.
11:45 P.M. 11:30 P.M* Theatre Train, daily, for Suffern
and intermediate stations.
11:45 P.M 12:10 A.M. Saturdays only, Theatre Train,
for Nyack.
Tickets for passage and for Apartments in Drawing
room and Sleeping Coaches can be obtained, and orders
for the checking and transfer of Baggage may be left,
at the Company’s offices—Nos. 241, 529 and. 957 Broadway;
No. 205 Chambers street; No. 38 Greenwich street; Gon
125th street and Third avenue, Harlem; No. 338 Fulton
street. Brooklyn; Depots foot of Chambers street, and
foot of Twenty-third street. New York; Long Dock De
pot. jJersey City, and ot the Agents at the principal
h l! D. RUCKER, t WM. R. BARR,
„ , G< ®’> G ‘> PaßS ’ r Agent.
December22d,lßio.•
ZIENTRAL RAILROAD OF NEW JER
SEY.— Passenger and Freight Depot ,
in New York, foot of Liberty street; con-fnWffiWFWffiffrn
nects at Somerville with South Branch.
R. R,; at Hampton Junction with the Delaware, Lacka
wanna, and Western Railroad, at Phillipsburg with the
Lehigh and Susquehanna R. R.; and at Easton with the
Lehigh Valley Railroad and its connections, forming a
direct line to Pittsburgh and the West, without change
of cars; also, to Central Pennsylvania and New York
State. ALLENTOWN LINE TO THE WEST.
WINTER ARRANGEMENT—Commencing Novem
ber 24.1870.—Leave New York as follows:
6 A.M—For Flemington, Fast-on. Bethlehem. Mauch
Chunk, Wiikesbarre, Pittston, Mahanoy City, Tunk
hannock, Towanda, Waverly, &c.
7:40 A. M.—For Easton.
9 A.M.—Western Express, daily (except Sundays),
for Easton, Allentown, Harrisburg, and the West. Con
nects at Somerville for Flemington; at Junction for
Stroudsburg, Water Gap. Scranton, Binghampton',
Syracuse, Ac.; at Phillipsburg tnd Easton for Mauch
Cnunk, Mahanoy City, Wiikesbarre, Williamsport,
10:30 A. M.—Way Train for Somerville.
12 M.—For Flemington, Easton, Allentown, Mauch
Chunk, Mananoy City Wiikesbarre, Reading, Columbia,
.Lancaster. Ephrata, Pottsville, Harrisburg, &c.
2 P. Mf—For Easton, Allentown, and Mauch Chunk.
M.— For Easton, Allentown, Mauch Chunk, and
4:30 P, M.—For Somerville and Flemington.
5 P. M.—Cincinnati Express, daily, for Easton, Beth
lehem, Allentown, Reading, Harrisburg. Pittsburgh,
Chicago, and Cincinnati. Sleeping and Palace cars to
Pittsburgh and Chicago. Connects at Junction with
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad for Scran
ton.
5:15 P. M.—For Somerville.
6 P. M.—For Easton.
7 P.M.—-For Somerville.
8 P.M. —(Emigrant—For Easton.
9:45 P. M.—For Plainfield.
12 P. M.—For Plainfield on Wednesdays and Satur
da/orOKHxabeth at 6:90. 6:39. 7:15, 7:40, 8:30, 9:00, 9:30.
10:30 11:4- A.M.: 12.00 M.; 1:09, 2:09, 3:15, 3:30. 4:00,
4:30, 4:45, 5:15. 5:39. 5:45, 6:00, t:3U, 7:00, 7:40, 8:00, 8:20,
9:09. 9:ir. 10:45.12:00 P. M. ;
I Tickets for the West can be obtained at the office of I
the Central Railroad of New Jersey, foot of Liberty St., i
N. Y.; at No. 1 Astor House; Nos. 254, 271, 526 Broadway; '
at No. 10 Greenwich street, and at the principal hotels.
I R. E. RICKER, Superintendent.
i H. P. Baldwin, Gen. Pass. Aut. 1
Sunday Edition. January
and
YOUNG SEB’S ASSOBIAfIdi
Fourteenth Annual Ball,
IN AID OF THE
NEW YORK
MM muc OBPHfifi ISHIM,
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
MONDAY EVENING, Jan. 23,187 f,
Boxes can be obtained on application to
J. QUINLAN, No. 135 William street
HONORARY MEMBERS.
°rP5 noghu ®> James Moore..
Michael J. Cody, John Kelly, ’
Owen W. Brennan
?;A?J?r? oghoe * James E - Nicholson-
M T R£ nr J Bn ’ Heni ’ Shields, '
!?• T-? r , e , Rna . n > Robert McGinnis,
1™ Richard O’Gorman,
olniel Y" 1 ;™’”- Joseph H. HainiltSi,
n w‘ n-i? 0 !? 6 ’ Richa-rd B. Connolly;
P HaUoran . John R. Brady,
'lolTn S T IjJ R lt Y- Bernard Casserly,
c™^' ( - r £ d ey ’ j Charles Donohue,
2' Edward J. Shandley,
Dennis Hennessy, Thomas P. Wallace
William Lalor ’
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS)
& ah M^o n ?n n -
Tbimw ? (TP ® ldS ’ John T - McGowan,
1 homes J. O’Brien, Peter Trainor,
TauS R uane ' Thomas J. Creamer.
Michael F. Wynne,
W»?Sn J ’>, P0 ’ Mr - Joseph J. Marrin,
Thomas J. Cumminß
Peter McQuade. Matthew Leavy. '
Charles O’Conor, Frederick H. Grosz,
•r M i? Oornll0k ’ Joseph M. Dunn,
™ J - Kkee, Daniel Whelan,
P Aiob? x * Samuel O. A. Murphy.
John M - Cooney,
Frank McElroy. Micnael Roche.
JEREMIAH QUINLAN, President
Walter Roche, First Vice President.
Charles O’Conob, Second Vice President.
Wm. J. Kane, Corresponding Secretary.
John T. McGowan, Financial Secretary.
P. Malone, Treasure*
R P.O. EtKS. ’ '
H OB
To be had of all the members.
TpOUKTH ANNUAL BALL
x OF THE
POST KOLTES, No. 32, G. A. JR,
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
WIDOWS AND ORPHANS
. , DECEASED SOLDIERS,
to be held at Germania Assembly Rooms, Nos. 291 and 293:
Bowery TUESDAY EVBNIG. JAUUARY 24th, 187 Q,
Tickets One Dollar. Tickets told at the door. *
yy ALTER ROCHE CLUB "" ""
PROMENADE RECEPTION,
IRVING HALL,
MONDAY EVENING, FEB. Bin, 1871.
BA X T E R HOP, W "
(12th Season.)
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
JANUARY 26th, 1871.
can wchth Boxes b.v applying to X
M. MOKTON, Treasurer, Sinclair House, Eighth street
and Broadway.
INVITATION BALL
JOHN SCOTT COTERIE,
AT
I R VI N C -H ALL,
TUESDAY EVENING. JANUARY 241.11, 187 L
Grafulla and Otto’s Bands are engaged. „
P B ANK’.S -W”
. FANCY COSTUMES
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, ON HAND AND
MADE TO ORDER.
No. 202 ALLEN STREET, near Houston.
jtyl'BS. A? schwencke,
EANCY COSTUMER,
No. »4 FOURTH AVENUE.
Between Twelfth and Thirteenth streets.
New Costumes to loan from $1 to S3O. Also, a larg®
assortment of Wigs and Curls.
GJAUSE’S DANCING ACADEMIES. '*
Afternoon and Evening Classes at MASONIC’.
HALL, No. 114 East Thirteenth street, and at BRE**
VOORT HALL, No. 154 East Fifty-fourth street.
Soiree at MASONIC HALL next Tuesday Evening.
Private Lessons at any nour, flay or evening.
CALL FOR CIRCULAR. Residence, No. 237 E. 10th sC»
IVf ILITARY HALL, No. 193
XvjL has been beautifully refitted, and has every ao
commodation for
BALLS AND PARTIES,
is now open for engagements on
VERY REASONABLE TERM S.
CH. RIVERS’ DANCING ACADEMY.
• No. 175 STATE, cor. of COURT STREET,
BROOKLYN.
Beginners can commence at any time. Each pupil’s
quarter commences from the date of entry.
NEW CLASSES ARE CONSTANTLY FORMING.
Ladies—Tuesday and Friday afternoons, at 4 o’clock..
Gentlemen—Tuesday and Friday evenings, at 8 o’clock.
Misses and Masters—Wednesday and' Saturday after*
noons, at 4 o’clock.
A private c’ass for Ladies and Gentlemen, Wednesdays
evenings, at 8 o’clock.
SOIREES EVERY SECOND FRIDAY EVENING.
For terms, or more full particulars, call at the Acade?,
my, or send for a circular.'
PROFESSOR JONES’ DANCING
ACADEMY, MILITARY HALL, No. 193 Bowery, is
now open for the reception of pupils. All the new
fashionable dances taught in one course of lessons.
Evenings of tuition,
MONDAYS and THURSDAYS.
Private lessons given lat the residence of Pupils, or aB
the Academy.
Send for circular.
N. B.—A new class forming to-morrow for beginners.
Soirees Dec. sth. and 19th, and Jan. 2d and 36th.
SAFETY, SPEED AND COMFORT.
NORWICH LINK. w W—k.
For Boston, Worcerter, Fitchburg, Gro
ton Junction. Lowell, Lawrence, Nashua,
Manchester, Concord, Palmer, Brattleboro, and inters
mediate points. The new and staunch steamers
CITY OF
CITY OF NEW YORK,
CITY OF LAWRENCE, y
and CITY OF NEW LONDON
will leave New York daily (Sundays excepted), at 4 o’clocft
P. M., from Pier No. 40, North River, foot of Canal and*
WattS FOR%EW LONDON AND NORWICH,
There connecting with express trains for the abov©
points, via New London. Northern, Norwich and Worces
ter and Boston, Hartford and Erie
For through tickets and rates for freight apply at th©
office, Pier No. 40, North R jer.
New York, February 19,1870.
■QBOVIDENCE AND NEW YORK
J*- STEAMSHIP CO.
NEPTUNE LINE,
FOR BOSTON, PROVIDENCE,
and all other points in New England, by the New an>.
Splendid Steamers,
ULECTRA. - Capt. Jesse Mott,
AND
GALATEA, Capt. J. W. Nye,
one of which leaves
Pier 27, North River,
daily at 4 P. M., for PROVIDENCE direct, conneotiag
with the 7A. M. train for BOSTON. Freight taken ab
the lowest rates. For further information apply to
ISAAC ODELL, Agent.
New York. February 13, 1870. Pier 27, N. R»
BRANCH OFFICK OF THB
PROVIDENCE and N. Y. STEAMSHIP COMPANY
No. 54 WALL STREET, New York,
ERSKINE PHILLIPS, Box No, 2,329.
OYAL HAVANA LOTTERY.—PRI
ZES paid in gold; information furnished. Highest
rates paid for doubloons and all kinds of gold and silver*
TAYLOR A CO., Bankers, No. 16 Wail street, N. Y.
A LARGE NUMBER OF NEW ANl>
second-hand Billiard Tables, with cur improve*
combination cushions, which have been proved to be urn
most correct aud durable cushions ever made. Spediv
mens of our tables that have been m constant use fee
many years may be seen in the principal hotels and sa
loons in this city. Parties intending to purchase wul
find it to their interest to call and examine our rtoeX,
l*o. 738 Bboadway. New York.
Near Astor Plaod.
RO®
DR. J. A. SHERMAN.
ARTISTIC SURGEON,
respectfully offers his services in the application of hi. 9
RUPTURE CURATIVE APPLIANCES,
athis office,
So. 697 Broadvay, corner Foartli Street.’
«The great experience of Dr. SHERMAN, resultinM.
from his long and constant devotion to the treatment
and cure of this disease, assures him of his ability to re
lieve all, without regard to the age of the patient or du
ration of the infirmity, or the difficulties which they*
may have heretofore encountered in seeking relief. DrA
S., as Principal of the Rupture Curative Institute, Nevi
Orleans, for a period of more than fifteen years had un-v
der his care the worst cases in the country, all of whicht
were effectually relieved, and manv. to their great ioyA
restored to a sound body.
None of the pains and injuries resulting from thoura
of other trusses aro found in Dr. Sherman’s Apphauceej
and, with a full knowledge of the assertion, he
greater security and comfort, with a daily improvemeuM
m the disease, than can be obtained of any other person
or in the inventions of any other person in the United
13 Prices to suit all classes. It is the only as well astbo
cheapest remedy ever offered the afflicted. Photogranbifis
likenesses of cases before and after treatment
on receipt of two three-cest itaaure.

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