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1 M ABKJVSTERI.
Finding “ Nobody’s Child.”
A STARTLING THREAT.
Sudden Disappearance of a Baby.
A DRIVER BECOMES A DETECTIVE.
He Probably Solves the Mystery.
A Lady of the Upper-Ten Doesn’t
Go to Philadelphia.
A BBOADWAT MEBCHAST SEES HER HffflE.
ONCE LOVERS-NOW SINNERS.
About ten fo’olock on Wednesday night, Mr. Sto
phen O. Young, of No. 128 Bank street, Newark, was
going to his homo. As ho passed the store of Mr.
James E. Ganrabrant, corner of Plane and Bank
Btreets, he saw a curious looking bundle lying on the
top of a box on tho sidewalk. Taking it up, on ex
amination he found it to contain a large quantity of
fruit cake, wrapped in a white linen handkerchief.
Supposing the bundle had been laid there by some
one who would take it up again in a moment, Mr.
Young laid it down and went on toward his home.
Now a son of Mr. Young’s, coming by the same spot,
saw the same white bundle lying on tho box, and
picking it up removed the cover and saw the cake.
While he was looking at the cake, he heard a strange
sound, which appeared to come from the box. It
was the
CRY OF A YOUNG CHILD.
Here was one more of those waifs that are over float
ing over tho sea of crime, to be picked up and
molded according to the character of those into
whose charge they fall. It was one more of “ No
body’s children” seeking protection end sustenance
from the world’s cold charity. The young man
stood for some time debating within his own mind
what he should do before he uncovered the box. The
repeated cries of the child induced him to examine.
He found a new-born babe,wrappedin a plaid shawl,
with nothing on but a calico dress. Having com
passion on the little waif, he took it in his arms and
started for the station-house, intending to get Cf-'.'ipf
of Police Glasby to take some steps to unravel Cue
mystery, and, if possible, find the mother who had
thus inhumanly abandoned her child. He had not
gone more than two or three steps, when a rough
voice from a dark recess in a building on the op
posite aide of the street, cried out:
•‘PUT THAT DOWN, OR I’LL BLOW YOUR
BRAINS OUT.”
This emphatic admonition tho somewhat timid
youth felt bound to respect, as he was anxious to
retain his brains as long as possible. He laid the
child back in the box and went immediately to
Market street in search of a policeman. An officer
having been found and informed of tho matter tho
two hastened to tho spot where the child had been
left, but the box and the man had disappeared.
Various speculations wore raised as to what be
came of the child. It is believed that it was intended
to be thrown into the Morris Canal, this being the
place frequently selected by the inhuman mothers’
or fathers’ of illegitimate children to hide the traces
of their guilt.
PROBABLE SOLUTION OF THE MYSTERY.
A young man nanled Wilson, who is driver for a
New York livery stable, states that he was in Newark
on Wednesday night. Passing up Market street a
little alter ten o’clock, he saw a rough looking cus
tomer alight from a carriage in the rear of Peddie’s
factory, and take something under his arm and pro
ceed up Market street to Plane. The young man’s
curiosity was excited, and he followed the man at a
respectful distance. At the corner of Plane and Bank
streets the stranger deposited the box, and drew from
under his coat a bundle tied up in a white pockot
handkerchief and placed it on the box ; ho then re
tired to an obscure place and watched. The young
men supposed that the
HANDKERCHIEF WAS INTENDED FOR A
SIGNAL.
He immediately returned to the carriage and entered
into a conversation with the driver, wnom he found
to be an acquaintance, who said he was in the em
ploy of a well-known up-town livery stable in New
Y< rk. The Newark man invited his iriond into a
ealoon close by
TO TAKE A DRINK.
He soon discovered that the driver had bad several
flrinks already, und ho soon became so drunk that
ho swore he would not drive any more that night.
Ho prevailed upon Wilson to take his overcoat, and
drive the carriage back to New York. No sooner had
Wilson reached the carriage and mounted the seat,
than a tall, well dressed man, who had kept the cur
tains closed inside, stopped out upon tho pavement,
end looted anxiously in the direction in which tho
rough man had gone with the box. Ho then got in
to the carriage, and ordered the driver to proceed to
Plane street. Wilson, in his friend’s overcoat, and a
hat precisely similar, so closely resembled tho New
York driver, that the gentleman did not discover the
difference. As the carriage approached the corner
of Piano and Bank streets,
A WOMAN IN A BLACK DRESS,
and wearing a long black vail, was seen to pick up
the box and carry it away. The driver was then or
dered to proceed to Bridge street, and thence across
the river to New York. As there was a large und
fashionable wedding in Newark on Wednesday night,
the appearance of the carriage attracted no attention.
Reaching New York, the man was ordered to drive
to the stable where the carriage belonged. The gen
tleman alighted one block from the stable, and pro
ceeded on foot up toward Twentieth slreet. The
driver, by whipping up his horses, maraged to reach
the stable and get down just as tho man disappeared
KOUBd a corner. Following as last as he could, he
again got sight of him, and keeping behind so as not
to attract attention, he saw him enter the house of
A WELL KNOWN ABORTIONIST.
Ho soon came out, and went to the corner of
Broadway and Twenty-third street, where he stopped
a passing hackman, and got into tho carriage. Driver
No. 1, wno was close at his heels, hearing him give
the street of tho abortionist’s house as his destina
tion, proceeded there at once, divining what was in
the wind. He saw the carriage Blanding in an alley
nut far from the door. Presently,
A lady IN A WATERPROOF CLOAK
and closely vailed, came out and entered the car
riage. By sharp running, the party watching Was
able to keep up; and after going about two squares,
the carriage turned down Twenty-third street, and,
proceeding a short distance, stopped. The lady and
gent’eman both got out, and, opening with a night
key the door of a fine brown stone dwelling house,
entered, and the carriage disappeared.
The spy, whose curiosity was now excited to the
highest pitch, waited about an hour for tho man to
come out. When he appeared he was followed to
A house on Filth avonue, which he entered by a
night key.
Here the persevering driver ended his investiga
tions for the night. The next morning ho took an
observation of tho house on Filth avenue, and about
nine o’clock saw the gentleman of tho night’s ad
venture come out. It required but little inquiry to
learn that he was one of the principal partners in
a large store on Broadway,
A LEADING MEMBER OF A FASHIONABLE
’ CHURCH,
a married man. and tho father of three beautiful and
accomplished grown-up daughters, who moved in
the first circles of society.
Now, it so happened that a very communicative
Bridget, in the house of the lady in question, had,
during the absence of her mistress, assumed sole
possession of tho parlors, and here Patrick came
nightly to while away the evening hours. Being a
Bight watchman in a store, ho was obliged to leave
at twelve o’clock. The fair Bridget, after his depar
ture, sank upon a lounge, and fell into a blissful
dream.
BRIDGET HEARS SOMETHING.
She was awakened by the sound of voices in tho
room. Her mistress and gentleman friend had en
tered without lighting the gas, and in the darkness
failed to discover her. They were discussing pretty
freely the events of tho night. From tho conversa
tion the surprised girl learned that Mrs. S ,
whose husband has been absent in the East Indies
for more than twelve months, and is hourly expected
to return, did not go to Philadelphia on a visit four
weeks ago, as she represented to her friends at the
time of her departure, and that she was the mother,
and the Bruacway merchant j.he father of the poor
little waif that had been casf adrift in the streets of
Newark.
BRIDGET TELLS PATRICK.
On Friday evening Patrick was made acquainted
with the whole afiair, under the promise of everlast
ing secresy; but driver No. 1, who was still on the
track of the mystery, also got upon the track of
Patrick. Taking him into a saloon yesterday morn
ing he plied him with hot “Tom and Jerry” till he
pot him m a talking mood. The driver then grew
loud in his praises of Bridget, her 4 discretion, her
chastity, and her undivided admiration of Patrick.
PAT TELLS DRIVER NO. 1.
It was not long before tho loquacious night watch
man blurted the whole story out. It is said the un
fortunate lady is a very amiable woman, and was
never suspected of carrying on improper intimacy
with any man. It is rumored that she and the
Broadway merchant were lovers years ago, before
either ot them were married, and that they were
separated by a misunderstanding brought about
through the interference of relatives. If the story
is true, it is one more of the thousand illustrations
of what phases blighted love may take, and how
hearts
“ That melt into sadness may madden to crime.”
gW“Post Office iletke.—The Mails for
Europe, during the week ending Saturday, April 29, 1871,
will close at this office on Tuesday at UK A. M. on Wed
nesday at 7K A. M.. on Thursday at HL A. M., and on
Saturday at 10K A. M. P. H. JONES,
Postmaster.
BST To Let.—Meeting rooms suitable for
Clubs, Lodges, Political or Trade organizations. Fur
nished or unfurnished, to suit. Comer of Hudson and
Charles streets.
EIT Dutcher’s
DEAD SHOT FOR BEDBUGS.
TRY IT, AND SLEEP IN PEACE.
gdWrmrirts.
A CADEMY OF MUSIC-Italian Opera.
,/tL SPRING SEASON OF TEN SUBSCRIPTION
NIGHTS, commencing MONDAY, MAY 1.
Mr. L. ALBITES has the honor to announce a short
find brilliant season of GRAND ITALIAN OPERA,
with a combination of artists of the highest talent and
reputation.
Miss CLARA LOUISE KELLOGG,
The eminent and favorite American Prima Donna.
Mme. AGATHA STATES,
The distinguished Soprano.
Signora FREDERIC!, Soprano Leggiero.
Signora LAURA HIMELA,
Primo Contralto from La Scala, Milan.
Signor GIUSEPPE VILLANJ,
A Tenore di Forza of the greatest eminence.
Signor ENRICO CAROSELLI, Tenore di Grazia.
Signors ORLANDINI, REINA. LAURENCE SU
SINI, and BACELLI, Baritones and Bassos?
Hgnor NICOLAO, Conductor.
REPERTOIRE—Sic lia i Vespers, Faust, Poll into,
Rigoletto, Martha, Crispiuo, Ballo in Maschyra, Robert
le Diable, and Ernani.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION FOR TEN NIGHTS.
Private Boxes, from SIOO to $120: Parquette and Bal
cony, S2O. The subscription will open at the Box Office
oi tue Academy, MUNDAY. April 24. at 9A. M
Bowery theatre.
ANOTHER GREAT SENSATION !
ENTIRELY NEW AND NOVEL!
Engagement, for a limited period, with
THE PEOPLE’S FAVORITE,
MR. JOHNNY ALLEN,
THE UNRIVALED ETHIOPIAN COMEDIAN
and DUTCH CHARACTER ACTOR,
who will appear in an
ENTIRELY NEW DRAMA,
Written expressly for him by Mr. J. McCLOSKY, the
most successful author of the day, entitled
SCHNIDER;
,Or. DOT HOUSE VON DE RHINE.
JAKE SCHNIDER) MR.
LOW EES A SCHNIDER>JOHNNY
YOUNG JACOB SCHNIDER) ALLEN.
„ Sustained ov the Whole Company.
NEW AND BEAUTIFUL SCENERY.
APPROPRIATE MOUNTINGS,
BEAUTIFUL ILLUMINATIONS,
STARTLING MECHANICAL WONDERS,
never before presented here.
NEW SONGS AND DANCES,
expressly written for and arranged by
, . JOHNNY ALLEN,
for this superb Drama.
„ To be preceded by a Comedietta.
FRIDAY EVENING—
BENEFIT of Mr. JOHNNY ALLEN.
MRS. CONWAY’S PARK THEATRE.
IVJL BENEFIT OF E. LAMB.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26th,
on which occasion will be performed tho popular comedy
of
PAUL PRY.
PAUL PRYE. LAMB.
And the laughable farce, entitled
CLAMS AT CONEY ISLAND.
JOHN SMALLE. LAMB.
BOX BOOK NOW OPEN.
MRS. F. B. CONWAY’S PARK THEA
TRE, BROOKLYN.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.
Second Annual Benefit of
JENNIE CARROLL,
FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 28,
on which ocacsion will be presented Boucicault’s great
play, entitled
n m “THE OCTOROON.”
ZOE—The Octoroon Girl (with song)—Jennio Carroll.
RS. F. B. CONWAY’S PARK THEA
•J..VJL TRE, Brooklyn.—Benefit of Mr. F. CHIPPEN
DALE, MONDAY EVENING, April 24, 1871.
UOLLEEN BAWN.
Father Tom Mr. F. Chippendale
SKETCHES IN INDIA.
Sir Matthew ScraggsMr. F. Chippendale
BOX BOOK NOW OPEN.
jgOOTK’S THEATRE.
Alter long and careful preparation, will be presented
ON TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 25th,
AND EVERY EVENING DURING THE WEEK,
Shakapere’s grand Romantic Play of the
“WINTER’S TALE,”
with
MR. LAWRENCE BARRETT
as LEONTES.
MRS. S. C. MOLLENHAUER, as HERMIONE.
MR. W. E. SHERIDAN, as POLYXENES.
MISS BELLA PATEMAN, as PERDITA.
MR. MARK SMITH,
as AUTOLYCUS.
MR. ROBT. PATEMAN, as THE CLOWN.
MISS MARY WELLS. as PAULINA.
And a strong distribution of the rest of the characters.
ENTIRE NEW SCENERY, bv HILLIARD,
WITHAM, LEWIS and CONNELLY: NEW COS
TUMES, by THOS. JOYCE; NEW PROPERTIES
and APPOINTMENTS, by DEUEL and ASSIST
ANTS; NEW MACHINERY, by DUNNE and AS
SISTANTS; CALCIUM EFFECTS, by S, SCOLLON;
and NEW MUSIC, by FLOTOW and ED. MOLLEN
HAUER.
The whole under the Stage direction of
MR. D. W. WALLER.
Among others, the Scenes will embrace the following;
Act Ist, Sicilia.
VESTIBULE in a SICILIAN PALACE—with a view
of MOUNT ETNA.
PYRRHIC DANCE,
by Sixteen Grecian Youths.
Act 2d. Sc. 1.
?HE QUEEN’S BOUDOIR.
Scene 2d, A PRISON.
Act 3d.
THEATRE AT SYRACUSE,
prepared for the TRIAL of QUEEN HERMIONE,
with the rendering of THE ORACLE OF APOLLO.
Act 4th.
THE SEA SHORE DURING A STORM.
Act sth, Bohemia.
A Pastoral Scene in Bohemia.
DANCE OF SHEPHERDS, and a
GREAT SATYR ORGIE.
Scene 3d, Sicilia.
THE PERISTYLE Ob' THE PALACE, WITH THE
CELEBRATED STATUE SCENE.
SATURDAY MaTINEE.
MR. LAWRENCE BARRETT
as “JONQUIL,’
or ‘‘ONLY A HEART.”
Seats secured Six days in advance at the Theatre, or
at its Branch Ticket Office, at Ditson & Co.’s Music
No. 711 Broadway.
BOOTH’S THEATRE.
“WINTER’S TALE.”
SPECIAL NOTICE
In consequence of the preparations necessary for the
production of Shaksnero’s grand romantic play of the
“WINTER’S TALE,”
tho manager respectfully announces that the theatre
WILL BE CLOSED
ON MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 24th,
for a scene and dress rehearsal of the play, which will be
presented on
TUESDAY EVENING. APRIL 25th,
/Cl A —THEATRE comique.
b.‘Ht BROADWAY, Opposite St. Nicholas.
BUTLER <t GlLMOßEManagers.
LAST WEEK OF THE SEASON.
LAST WEEK OF THE SEASON.
LAST WEEK OF THE SEASON.
OVERWHELMING ARRAY OF NOVELTIES !
THE GREAT STAR TROUPE
IN AN ATTRACTIVE AND DIVERSIFIED ENTER
TAINMENT,
Combining ALL THE SPECIALTIES of the Day.
BALLET, FARCE. BURLESQUE. COMEDY.
ETHIOPIAN OPERATIC EXTRAVAGANZA.
GYMNASTS, VOCALISTS, SKETCHES, SONGS,
AMI) DANCES.
The Beautiful CoKfi&trE RALlet Troupe.
MATINEE W£DNISSDAY AND SATURDAY AF
TERNOONS, AT 2K P- __
/Cl A THEATRE COMIQUE. A
Broadway, opposite St. Nicholas.
Buileb & Gilmore Manager*.
MONDAY. APRIL 24 th.
COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT OF
MONS. LA THORNE, THE STAGE MANAGER.
DAY I AFTERNOON AND EVENING. I DAY
and Matineo at 2. Evening at 8. and
NIGHT. I A host of attractions for the occasion | NIGHT.
Littlo ALL RIGHT of the Satsuma Japanese troupe;
Wm. Carleton, Nelse Seymour, Frank Korns. Sidney
Franks. Harry Melville, Miss Jennie Gilmer, Miss Emma
Alford, Miss Jennie Hughes, Miss Ida Hall, the Com
ique star troupe, the beautiful Ballet troupe, and a va
riety of novelties too numerous to mention, making this
the event of the season.
xTIBAND OPERA
VARIETY WEEK. FOUR (4) OPERAS.
MONDAY EVENING AND SATURDAY MATINEE,
LA PERICHOLE.
Aimee as La Perichole. Gausins as Piquilla.
TUESDAY AND FRIDAY,
LA BELLE HELENE.
Aimoe as Helene. Persini as Ores t er.
WEDNESDAY,
LA GRANDE DUCHESSE.
Aimee as La Duchesse.
THURSDAY. Benefit of
SIGNOR C ARLO PATTI.
LA PERICHOLE.
MUSICAL OLIO.
Mr. J. Lew. Harry Sanderson, Carlo Pa tti.
SATURDAY EVENING,
LES BRIGANDS.
Aimee. Gausins Persini.
THE GRAND BALLET TROUPE
APPEAR EVERY NIGHT.
SUNDAY—SEVENTEENTH GRAND CONCERT
by JAMES FISK, Jr.’s, famous NINTH REGIMENT
BAND, assisted by Mlle. AIMEE,MissNULLY PEIRIS,
and Mr. J. LEVY, the distinguished Cornet Performer.
THURSDAY—Rehearsal Matinee, at 1 P. M.
Admission to all parts of the house, 50 cents.
Mrs. k. b. theatre,
BROOKLYN.
Monday, April 24th,
BENEFIT OF
MR. F. CHIPPENDALE.
COLLEEN BAWN
AND
SKETCHED IN INDIA.
Wednesday. April 26th,
BENEFIT OF,
MR. E. LAMB.
PAUL PRY
and CLAMS AT CONEY ISLAND.
Friday, April 28th,
BENEFIT OF
JENNIE CARROLL.
OCTOROON. __
Lina Edwin’s theatre,
SECON D WEEK
OF THE
GREAT SUCCESS.
*****
PLUCK.
PLUCK.
*****
MR. GEORGE CLARKE, .as..ERNEST STERLING.
Matinee Wednesday end Saturday.
IXTH SPRING-TIDE FESTIVAL OF
the Jerome Hopkins ORPHEONIST FREE
CHOIR SCHOOLS, Tuesday evening, April 25, at the
N.Y. Academy of Music. Miss CASSIE RENZ, (So
prano), Mr. ALBERTO LAWRENCE, (Baritone), and
other eminent artists, with Full Orchestra and Grand
Chorus. Tickets, EOc. and $1; Boxes, $5, $lO, sls, and
$25. Sold at Ditson’s, No. 711 Broadway.
STEINWAY HALL. U
Friday Evening, April 28,1871, at 8 o’clock,
FIRST GRAND CONCERT bv
BARILI’S AMATEUR .MUSICAL ASSOCIATION,
in which will be performed, for the first time, with;
FULL ORCHESTRA anti a CHORUS OF 80 VOICES,
the Masterwork of Mercadante,
“THE LAST SEVEN WORDS OF JESUS CHRIST.”
Tickets sl, and 50 cents extra for reserved seats.
To be had at the Music Stores and Steinway Hall.
IVOOD’S MUSEUM.
V V ADMISSION-THIRTY CENTS.
EVERY EVENING and SATURDAY MATINEE.
Production of the Sensational Local Drama.
STREETS OF NEW YORK.
STREETS NEW SCENERY. NEW YORK.
STREETS NEW COSTUMES, NEW YORK.
STREETS NEW EFFECTS. NEW YORK.
MATINEE EVERY DAY AT 2 P. M.
FLYING DUTCHMAN.
On Exhibition—“LlTTLE LULU,” and Scottish Al
bino, “ROB ROY MACGREGOR, JR.”
Every Sunday Evening, Lecture—
“ GEORGE FRANCIS TRAIN.”
WOOD’S MUSEUM.
SPECIAL NOTICE
SUNDAY EVENING APRIL 23,
Second Lecture by the Champion Statesman,
GEORGE FRANCIS TRAIN.
SUBJECT “Political Issues of the Day.”
ADMISSION, 30 CENTS.
ALLAC K ’ S .
MONDAY. APRIL 24,
and
EVERY EVENING
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE,
THE LIAR
and
THE NERVOUS MAN.
A MOST ATTRACTIVE BILL,
illustrated by the following eminent artists: Messrs.
LESTER WALLACK. JOHN BROUGHAM, JOHN
GILBERT. MARLOWE, RINGGOLD, WILLIAM
SON, ROCKWELL, LANAGAN, LEONARD, Mes
dames CLARA JENNINGS, GERMON, MESTAYER.
SEFTON. DELAND, and others.
A MATINEE ON SATURDAY, APRIL 29.
gATSUMAS ROYAL
JAPANESE!
AT SAN FRANCISCO HALL, No. 585 BROADWAY.
NO ABATEMENT TO THE CROWDED CONDI
TION OF THE JAPS’ HOUSES.
The press unanimous in laudation of their
INCOMPREHENSIBLE FEATS.
This week, positively, tho
MAGIC EGG,
and
INCUBATION FEATS!
MATINEES WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS.
AT 2 P. M.
Box office open from 10 A. M. till 4 P. M. for Reserved
Seats.
grat.uvrcT.-rrfM , .i> > l^wl w j irrii»
DIVOPvCES LEGALLY OBTAINED IN
different States. Desertion, etc., sufficient cause.
No publicity. No charge until divorce obtained. Advice
free. M. HOUSE. Attorney, No. 180 Broadway.
NEW YORK DISPATCH.
IBWmWIroT
BROADWAY and ELEVENTH ST.,
WILL OFFSR
On MONDAY, APRIL 24,
GREAT BARGAINS IN SILKS.
JAPANESE SILKS, IN BLACK AND GRAY
STRIPES, 80 CTS. PER YARD.
MEDIUM COLORED STRIPED SILKS. 81% CTS.,
$1 12}£, AND fl 25 PER YARD.
GRISAILLE STRIPED SILKS, EXTRA.QUALITY.
«2 PER YARD.
COLORED CHECK SILKS, SI, $1 25, AND 81 50
PER YARD.
GAUZE DE CHAMBERY,
IN DESIRABLE SHADES, $1 31%.
A FULL LINE OF PLAIN SILKS, IN COLORS
SUITABLE FOR DAY AND EVENING WEAR,
AT ?2 26.
BLACK SILKS, IN ALL THE BEST MAKES, AT
VERY ATTRACTIVE PRICES.
ALSO. A SPLENDID STOCK OF
INDIA CAMEL’S HAIR SHAWLS,
JUST RECEIVED, AT MUCH BELOW THE COST
OF IMPORTATION.
CUSTOMERS AND STRANGERS ARE RESPECT
FULLY INVITED TO EXAMINE.
JIMES ffIWEM & CO.,
BROADWAY and ELEVENTH ST.,
On MONDAY, APRIL 24,
WILL ADD TO THEIR POPULAR
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENTS
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF FIGURED FRENCH
ORGANDIES, AT 25 CTS. PER YARD.
AN ELEGANT LINE OF FRENCH FIGURED AND
STRIPED GRENADINES,
ONLY 37« CTS. PER YARD.
FIGURED LINEN LAWNS. AT 30 CTS. PER YARD.
10 CASES OF GOATS’ HAIR POPLINS,
IN FINE LUSTRES, 53 CTS. PER YARD.
10 OASES OF SILK WEFT MOHAIRS,
A NOVELTY FOR SUITS.
Summer Plaids and Stripes
IN GREAT VARIETY.
MOUENING GOODS IN EVERY FABRIC,
SUITABLE FORSDEEP AND SECOND MOURNING.
AT VERY ATTRACTIVE PRICES. ALSO,
IRISH POPLINS. SERGES, PONGEES, SATIN
DU CHENE, EPINGLINES, AND OTHER
CHOICE STYLES OF GOODS, AT
EQUALLY LOW PRICES. ALSO, MAGNIFICENT
ASSORTMENT OF INDIA SHAWLS AND SCARFS,
AT LESS THAN COST OF IMPORTATION.
mOwiini)?
BROADWAY and ELEVENTH ST.,
WILL OFFER
On MONDAY, APRIL 24tb,
A LARGE IMPORTATION OF
TJEKTETKr G-OOISSJ,
ALSO, SEVERAL CASES OF
SHEETINGS AND DAMASKS,
BOUGHT LAST WEEK IN THIS MARKET VERY
MUCH UNDER COST OF IMPORTATION.
5 CASES OF 10-1 LINEN SHEETINGS, AT 80 CTS.
Per yard.
3 CASES OF 90-INCH BARNSLEY SHEETINGS, AT
$1 00, FORMERLY 81 30.
2 CASES OF 90-INCH BARNSLEY SHEETINGS,
EXTRA HEAYV, fl 25, FORMERLY ®1 60.
A LARGE LOT OF 8-1 DAMASKS, FROM 60 CTS.
TO THE FINEST GOODS IMPORTED.
2 CASES OF EXTRA DAMASK CLOTHS (new pat
terns) WITH NAPKINS EN SUITE.
5-8 NAPKINS, FROM 90 ots. PER DOZ. UPWARD.
HUCK TOWELS, FROM 8160 PER DOZ. UPWARD.
CRASH AND TOWELINGS IN EVERY WIDTH,
FROM 9 CTS.
Linen Dress Goods, Imported expressly for
our Retail Sales, from Rkliardson &
Co., Belfast—Very Fine Goods.
DOMESTICS IN SHIRTINGS AND SHEETINGS,
IN EVERY WELL-KNOWN BRAND BY THE
YARD, AT PACKAGE PRICES.
PLEASE CALL AND EXAMINE.
lOffi MWRfMOT"
BROADWAY and ELEVENTH ST.,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED, AND WILL OPEN
On MONDAY, APRIL 24,
SEVERAL CASES OF
BfW!A CAMEL’S HASR SHAWLS,
IN PLAIN AND FILLED CENTRES, AND IN EX
QUISITE DESIGNS AND COLORINGS, AT
EXTRAORDINARY LOW PRICES.
TEN CASES OF
LLAMA LAOS SHAWLS,
THE HANDSOMEST IMPORTED THIS SEASON,
IN RECHERCHE DESIGNS, AND AT
POPULAR PRICES.
OTTOMAN STRIPED SHAWLS,
OF GREAT BEAUTY, IN BRILLIANT AND
SUBDUED COLORS, FROM $6 UPWARD.
DOMESTIC SHAWLS,
IN GREAT VARIEry. SUITABLE FQR THE SEA
SON, FROM $4 tIPWARD.
FORMING THE LARGEST AND CHEAPEST AS
SORTMENT TO BE FOtfND IN THIS CH Y.
MYERS. rgIHE POPULAR MYERS.
MYERS. JL KID GLOVE STORE, MYERS.
MYERS. Will open, MONDAY next, MYERS.
MYERS. Another Lot of the Celebrated MYERS.
MYERS. Herz <fc Co., Marguerite, MYERS.
MYERS. Marquise, and Seamless MYERS.
MYERS. KID GLQVES. MYERS.
MYERS. 500 doz. more of the 65c. Kid Gloves. MYERS.
MYERS. Undressed 2-Button, at 75 cts. MYERS.
MYERS. Our $1 Kid Gloves, 3 pairs for $2 50. MYERS.
MYERS. REAL HAIR, Chatelains, MYERS.
MYERS. Braids from $6 to $lO. MYERS.
MYERS. Curls, Switches, and Chignons. MYERS.
MYERS. LADIES’ DRESS CAPS. MYERS.
MYERS. Lace Collars, Sleeves, &c. MYERS.
MYERS. Fans, Jet and Gilt Jewelry. MYERS.
MYERS. All at POPULAR PRICES. MYERS.
At MYERS’,
No. 785 Broadway, cor. Tenth street.
Opposite A. T, Stewart <fc Co.
JACK S 0 N ’ ST
Broadway and Waver ley Place,
LUPIN’S FABRICS,
FROM THE LATE AUCTIONS.
BOMBAZINES, PARISEENS, AND TAMISE,
sl, worth $1 50 per yard.
IRON GRENADINES,
60c. per yard, worth $L
A SPLENDID CHANCE FOR REAL BARGAINS.
CALL AND EXAMINE.
gutriimi Wes;.
pAIB TIN G S AT AUCTION.
CLINTON HALL BOOK SALE ROOMS
AND
ART GALLERIES.
GEO. A. LEAVITT & Co., Auctioneers.
Thursday, April 27th,
and following evenings,
AT O’CLOCK,
SALE OF
UPWARD OF 500 PAINTINGS,
ENGRAVINGS,
PLAIN AND COLORED,
Etchings, &c., &c.
Also, a Consignment of
Wonderfully Effective and Curi
ous Paintings, on Copper,
FROM AMSTERDAM.
THE WHOLE OF THE ABOVE ARE SOLD TO
CLOSE CONSIGNMENTS.
Paintings on Exhibition.
T“ HEl'lTTLE CIG AR STORE,
No. 1112 THIRD AVENUE,
Opposite Tinrd Avenue K. R. Depot,
HAVANA AND KEY WEST (Florida) CIGARS.
h. AV. A. HUSSELS.
TTUSSEL’S RESTAURANT,
No. 83 FRANKLIN STREET,
Between Broadway and Church street.
J^mN(FmTH~IioOK~ AND LINE*
A MANUAL FOR ANGLERS,
CONTAINING ALSO,
DESCRIPTIONS
OF
POPULAR FISHES,
AND
THEIR HABITS.
PREPARATION OF BAITS, &C.
FRANK FORRESTER.
BOUND IN CLOTH. PRICE, sl.
THOMAS O’KANE, Publisher,
NO. 130 NASSAU STREET, NEW YORK.
gry 6001 b.
JOHNSON, BWS&CO.
RESPECTFULLY INFORM THEIR CUSTOMERS
AND THE PUBLIC THAT THEY WILL OPEN ON
MONDAY, APRIL 24,
TlfE new store,
ON FOURTEENTH STREET, ADJOINING THEIR
PRESENT ONE,
where they will exhibit in addition to their present
stock of
MILLINERY GOODS,
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES,
SEVERAL CASES Received Per Recent Steamers,
INCLUDING THE CHOICEST NOVELTIES OF THE
EUROPEAN MARKETS.
TRIMMED HATS and BONNETS,
FOR STYLE AND BEAUTY UNSURPASSED IN
THE CITY.
LADIES’ AND CHILDREN’S
HATS and BONNETS,
CHIP, LEGHORN AND MILAN BRAIDS.
SEVERAL CASES OF LADIES’ AND CHILDREN’S
ROUND HATS,
IN CHIP AN D’SPLIT STRAW.
THE FINEST FRENCH FLOWERS,
OSTRICH TIPS, and FANCY FEATHERS.
n.zsißOiia’s.
THE NEWEST SHADES,
SASH, BONNET, AND TRIMMING RIBBONS, AT
A MARKED REDUCTION IN PRICES.
VELVETS, SILES, A.TO SATiffS,
IN THE NEW SHADES.
NOVELTIES IN LADIES’ SILK TIES.
Kos. 34 and 36 East Fourteenth st.,
COR. UNIVERSITY PLACE, UNION SQUARE.
JOHNSON, BURNS & CO,
WILL ADD MANY NOVELTIES,
On Monday, April 24,
TO THEIR STOCK OF GUIPURE AND THREAD
LACES, FROM 75c. to 825 00 PER YARD.
VALENCIENNES COLLARS AND SETS,
CAPES AND SLEEVES,
REAL POINT LACE COLLARS AND SETS,
AND POINT LACE HDKFS.
THREAD ASD LLAffIA LACE PARASOL COVERS.
FROM ?2 75 UPWARD.
LLAMA LACE,
s6—worth 87; s6—worth $7 50; 87—worth 89 50; 89 and
slo—worth sl4 and sls,
ALL NEW AND CHOICE DESIGNS.
EMBROIDERIES,
Hamburg Edgings and Insertions (New
est Designs), Floimeings, Rußlings,
and Trimmings.
460 DOZEN LADIES’ AND GENTLEMEN'S HEM
STITCHED POCKET HANDKERCHIEFS,
$2 87 per dozen and upward.
PLAIN, STRIPED AND CHECK JACONET MUSLINS.
VICTORIA LAWNS, NAINSOOKS, WHITE OR-
GANDIES, TUCKED MUSLINS.
WHITE PIQUES, &c., &c.
ALL KINDS OF
DRESS TRIMMINGS.
JET ORNAMENTS. 4c., 4c.
PARASOLS AND SUN SHADES, NEWEST STYLES.
COURVOISIER’S FRENCH KID GLOVES.
LADIES’ AND CHILDREN’S SPRING
SUITS AND UNDERCLOTHING,
ALSO MADE TO ORDER.
ALL OF TRE ABOVE GOODS AT LESS THAN
POPULAR PRICES.
JOHNSON, BURNS CO.,
Nos. 34 and 36 East 14th street,
COR. UNIVERSITY PLACE, UNION SQUARE.
Johnson, Burns & Co.
Respectfully inform their Customers and the Public
that they will add to their present Stock,
On MONDAT, APRIL 42th,
In the new addition to their Store, full lines of
LADIES’, CHILDREN’S and GENTLEMEN’S
HOSIERY, UNDER-VESTS, AND
DRAWERS,
of British, German, French, and Domestic Manufacture.
LADIES’ AND MISSES’
BALBRIGGAN, ENGLISH, FRENCH and GERMAN
COTTON HOSE.
FANCY STRIPES, DO. DO.
JGISLE THREAD, DO. DO.
LADIES’ AND MISSES’
Gauze and Gossamer Merino
Vests.
GENTLEMEN’S
BALBRIGGAN, LISLE THREAD, ENGLISH AND
GERMAN
COTTON HALF-HOSE.
GAUZE AND GOSSAMER
MERINO UNDER-VESTS AND DRAWERS.
The above goods have all been selected with great care,
and all at
Prices that Cannot Fail to Please !
JOHNSON, BURNS & Co.,
Nos. 34 and 36 EAST FOURTEENTH ST.,
COR. UNIVERSITY PLACE, UNION SQUARE.
>0
Henry brookes,
(Late with James M. Shaw & Co.),
DEALER IN
CROCKERY, CHINA, AND GLASSWARE,
CUTLERY AND PLATED WARE,
NO. 9 NEW CHAMBERS STREET,
NEW YORK,
Where he will be happy to see his old friends and cus
tomers.
Hotels and Restaurants supplied.
> > T ANTED—AGENTs7S2OPER DAY)
B a to sell the celebrated HOME SHUTTLE
M SEWING MACHINE. Has the under-feed,
Rt I makes the “lock stitch” (alike on both sides),
ga ial and is fully licensed. The best and cheap
fl 1 est Family Sewing Machine in the market.
H Address JOHNSON, CLARK & CO., Boston,
H gfl Mass.; Pittsburg, Pa.; Chicago, 111., or St.
Q c Louis, Mo.
Spectacles.— Brazilian pebbles
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 vigor
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-tamed spectacles to defective
visions at his office. No. 288 Grand st., cor. of Eldridge.
SIXPENNY SAVINGS BANK,
CLINTON HALL, ASTOB PLACE,
ESTABLISHED 1853.
OPEN DAILY FROM 10 TO 8.
WILLIAM MILES. Pres’t. J. S. SLOAN, See’y.
Agents, read this j
We will pay Agents a salary of
s3t) PER WEEK.
an 1 expenses, or allow a large commission, to sell our
new and wonderful inventiosn.
Address, M. WAGNER, <£ CO., Marshal. Mich,
Bowling green savings bank?
No. 33 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
OPEN EVERY DAY, FROM 10 A. M. to 3 P. M.
Deposits of any sum, from Tea Cents 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.
RE 3V ES E. SELMES, Secretary.
Walter Ro CH re, ) Vice-Presidents
Edwaed Hogan, ( ' lce 1 ‘esiaenis.
itntl gimrittg.
IVE LA BAL MASQUE!
$20,000 STOCK OF
BALL COSTUMES, BALL COSTUMES,
ALL NEW
EVENING DRESSES, LACE SHAWLS, DRESS
COATS, DOMINOS. MASKS, AND WIGS
TO HIRE AT
NO. 54 BLEECKER STREET, BY
R. V/. WILLIAMS,
FORMERLY OF BROOME STREET.
A LARGE LOT OB' NEW AND SECOND HAND
COSTUMI - lOR SALE tHI P.
bizes cashed inall the lot-
TERIES by DE LAN BROTHERS, Brokers,
No.l”>0 Bicdwav, corner ot Liberty street. Room No.
13. Entrances on Broadway and Liberty street.
ttO 1?0R sl ’ k OR whole
®ticket; half, 50c; quarter, 25c.
Royal Havana Lottery, Supplementary. For information
address LUTiIY <fe CO., No. 240 Greenwich street, N. Y.
Royal Havana lottery.—pri-
ZES paid in gold; information furnished. Highest
rates paid for doubloons and all kinds of gold and silver.
TAYLOR & CO.. Bankers, No. 16 Wall street, N. Y.
TgFtO AD
IWERCffIEB
Ladies’, Gentlemen’s,' and Children’s SIIS
Gauze and Gossamer Merino Vests and
Drawers; Medicated Scarlet
Ditto, &c., &e,
ALSO,
Mil GENTLEMEN'S MB W
FURNISHING GOODS,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
HOSIERY.
SPRING AND SUMMER SUPPLY NOW OPEN OP
Ladies’ Real Balbriggan Hose, in San
dal Lace and Embroidered.
Ladies’ and Children’s Imitation Bal
briggan Hose.
Ladies’ and Children’s Silk and Spun
Hose, in Tartans and Fancy Stripes.
English and German Lisle Thread
Hose, plain and open work.
Ladies’ and Children’s Fancy Lisle
Thread and Cotton Hose.
Ladies’ Silk and Lisle Thread Opera
Hose.
Men’s Cotton, Lisle Thread.’
Real and Imitation Balbriggan.
Plain and Fancy Silk Half Hose of
every description.
AT EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES.
N. 8.-SHIRTS, COLLARS, and CUFFS to order,
at short notice.
INDIA SHAWLS.'
The largest and most complete stock of now and beau
tiful
Ml CANGE’S HAIR SHAWLS
ever before exhibited (at any one time), and on sale at
FAR LOWER PRICES than Shawls of this description
have ever been offered. An inspection respectfully so
licited,
loffloiii,
QUILTS, &c.
On MONDAY NEXT, and following days, we will of
fer various special purchases very cheap.
Several hundred dozen of TURKISH TOWELS,
WHITE and BROWN. 25 PER CENT. UNDER
USUAL PRICES.
A large lot of the best BARNSLEY TABLE LINEN,
from 1% to 2% yards wide. These are extra superior
qualities, and will wear better than any goods of the
kind in the trade, and can be CONFIDENTLY RECOM
MENDED.
Irish, Scotch and Barnsley Sheet
ings, in all widths.
50 BALES RUSSIA CRASH,
VERY LOW PRICES.
’IIRSEIiIES QUILTS, In] every size and
Quality.
jjTE-F ~ ”
A MILLION
Dollars’ worth of MOURNING GOODS, all selected
with the greatest care, and purchased much below their
value, will be disposed of at a small advance on the
cost, and in quantities to suit purchasers.
JACKSON’S,
Broadway and Waverley Place.
KELLY & CO.,
Cob. TWENTY-FIFTH ST. and SIXTH AVE., •
Offer a large and excellent assortment of
CARPETS, FURNITURE,
BEDDING, OIL CLOTHS, ETC.,
Selected expressly for the Spring trade, at very low
prices. WEEKLY and MONTHLY PAYMENTS
TAKEN.CALL AND EXAMINE.
BODY BRUSSELS CARPETS.
A large stock of English Body Brussels Carpet, from
$1 65 to $2 per Yard, with a general stock of Carpets,
Oil Cloths, Mattings, <fcc., for salo at retail, at low prices,
for cash.
GEO. E. L. HYATT,
NO. 273 CANAL STREET,
Between Broadway and Centre street.
-———— -sc —~—ry-TT.-T mjww—as—■g—
Wiw iwil IPqiw.
WELLINGTON, KIDBBK & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO A. SEIGNETTE & CO.,
IMPORTERS OF
Wines, Brandies, Fruits, &c.,
74 BROAD STREET, *
NEW YORK.
The Upright Patent Trunk
Does not have
to be removed
■iMsf from the wall to
open it. Instead
tray ‘ to lift
out. it is ar
-—'■■J ranged with
, J Drawers, made
very light and
strong.
r It is much
1 •:fl STRONGER, as
•' “■> -• / n”!v a email
V >1 & portion opens,
whereas in the
F*r i Bt yio the
V - G whole top
tfefiwWsScomes off.
ffifW' th 0 •»n> e
c room in the
bottom of the
T ' trunk for dress-
e8 au( i h eav y
clothing, as in the old style.
THE IPRIGHT PITE.VT THIW CO.,
Next door to Astor House. No. 6 BARCLAY ST., N. Y.
iffliardl ~
TVI ETBOPOLITAN BILLIARD ROOMS.
AtJL morrisania hall,
Railroad Avenue, near Fifth street, Morrisania.
OPPOSITE FLEETWOOD PARK.
CONCERT HALL ATTACHED.
ALES, WINES, LIQUORS AND fIEGARS.
LEWIS H. COMBES. Proprietor.
SYLVAN PARK,
FIFTH STREET and RAILROAD AVENUE,
Morrisania.
The largest and most beautiful Park in the vicinity of
New York, for Target Excursion?, Picnics, &c.
H. FRIEDGEN, Proprietor.
UNSON SQUARE BILLIARD ROOMS,
THE HANDSOMEST AND MOST COMPLETE
ROOMS IN THIS CITY,
containing:
TWENTY-TWO OF PHELAN’S TABLE’S.
No. 60 and 62 East 14th st., Union Square.
CHRIS. O’CONNOR,
Proprietor,
rpil E STO C K EX CH ANGE
BILLIARD ROOMS,
EMPIRE BUILDING,
Nos. 69 and U BROADWAY,
NEAR WALL STREET.
Seven First-Class Phelan Tables. Oren from TA. M.
till 8 P. M. JOHN GAULT.
Billiard table for sale-
BOR SALE CHEAP A
SECONDHAND BILLIARD TABLE lit
PERFECT ORDER.
APPLY AT THE GOTHAM,
No. 000 BOWERY.
MATTHEWS S GEOGHAN.
gry
NOVELTIES
IN
SPRINGSILKS.
LORD & TAYLOR,
Broadway and 20th st,
WILL OFFER ON
MONDAY, APRIL 24,
A LARGE AND ATTRACTIVE INVOICE OF
NEW
SPRING FANCY SILKS,
Consisting of White Lavender and Mode ground Chene
Silks, in a great variety of beautiful shades.
OMBRE STRIPES, and BLACK AND WHITE
CHECKS AND STRIPES.
A large assortment of Silks in Checks and Stripes, in
One qualities, newest styles, at low prices.
ALSO,
RICH ASSORTED SILKS.
10,000 yards Assorted Silks, at $125 per yard.
PLAIN BLACK AND COLORED SILKS.
A most attractive assortment of very rich Plain Black
Silks, of the manufacture of C. J. Bonnet & Cie, in all
grades, at reduced prices.
ALSO,
Faille Sublime, Cashmere Sublime, and Cashmere de
Lyons, 24 inches wide, from $2 to $3 50 per yard,
ALSO,
Our immense stock of Plain Colored Dress and Trim
ming Silks, in all the various fashionable shades, at very
low prices.
Lord & Taylor,
BROADWAY AND 20TH ST.
GRAND ST. AND CHRYSTIB ST.
imj lacs Min a sacauES.
We invite the special attention of our customers to
our large and selected assortment of
LAMA LACE POINTS AND SACQUES
which we will open on Monday, April 24, and offe» to
purchasers at extremely low prices.
LORD & TAYLOR,
BROADWAY AND 20TH ST.
UPHOLSTERY GOODS.
ON MONDAY, APRIL 24,
We will offer at retail the largest line of TAMBOURED
LACE CURTAINS in the city, at less than jobbers’
prices, commencing at $5 per pair.
FIFTEEN DOLLAR CURTAINS will be offered at
sl2.
TWENTY DOLLAR CURTAINS will be offered at
sl6.
TWENTY-FIVE DOLLAR CURTAINS will be offer
ed at S2O.
THIRTY DOLLAR CURTAINS will be offered at
$25, and finer goods proportionately cheap.
ALSO,
A great sacrifice in WOOL and UNION TERRYS and
REPS.
6-4 all wool ENGLISH REPS, in all colors, plain and
striped, $1 25 per yard.
Fine quality BROCATELLE, 63 inches wide, $7 50.
Extra Fine BROCATELLE, 63 inches wide, SB.
A full lino of ALL SILK SATINS and SATIN DAM
ASK, LINEN BACK SATIN, silk TERRYS and silk
COTELINES, in all the popular shades.
French and English STRIPED and FIGURED TER
RYS in great variety.
Silk Covers, Lambrequins Curtains and Shades cut
and made to order at the shortest possible notice.
Sole Agents for Whittemore Washstand Cornice.
A liberal discount allowed to Upholsterers.
Lord & Taylor,
BROADWAY AND 20TH ST.
gtrtifimi
J MARKS’ PATENT
Birst. Premiums ARTIFICIAL fe I
LIMBS, with India Rubber Hands 1
and Feet, No. 575 Broadway, N. Y. Ik
city. A. A. MARKS.
Sir.
CARPETING,
AT
■AUANGt &L ACEY
Best Tapestry Brussels,
SI.IO PER YARD.
ALSO, NEW STYLES OF
BODY BRUSSELS.
Sixth Ave., cor. Twelfth street
Everybody is offering bar-
gains. but
REAL BARGAINS
Can only be had at
D. KELLY’S,
(SUCCESSOR TO H. O’FARRELL,)
GREAT CARPET and FURNITURE
ESTABLISHMENT,
ON EIGHTH AVENUE, bet. 35th and 36th sts., where
CARPETS,
Such as VELVET, BRUSSELS, THREE-PLY and
INGRAINS, of the Choicest Patterns, are
RETAILED AT WHOLESALE PRICES
_i heße goods are expressly imported for the Spring
trade, and surpass in quality and brillaincy of style any
thing ever offered to the public. At the
Furniture Department,
which is the most complete of the kind in this city,
ROSEWOOB, WAISUT and JUHOGASy SUITS
are sold at prices far below those now current.
Particular attention is given to fitting up
HOTELS, STEAMBOATS AND PUBLIC ’
INSTITUTIONS,
And orders from the country will be as promptly exe
cuted as if given personally.
All prudent buyers are invited to visit this extensive
establishment (which m itself form? a sight of this me
tropolis), to examine the goods there exhibited, and to
save time and money.
WAREBOOMS: Nos. 512, 514 and 516 EIGHTH
AVENUE, BET. 35th and 36th STS., and
Nos. 267, 269 and 271 WEST THIRTY
FIFTH STREET, (Adjoining).
WILLARD & ROGERS,
Ho. 384 Hudson Street, Cor. Houston,
wusm in min sealers
IN LIVE GEESE FEATHERS,
CURLED HORSE-HAIR MATRESSES,
MOSS, HUSK AND SEA-GRASS MATRESSES.
BLANKETS, COMFORTERS, SHEETS. <fcc.
BEDSTEADS (Wood and Iron), COTS, Ac.
OLD FEATHERS DRESSEff, AND MATRESSES
MADE OVER.
OABP E T S ,
FURNITURE,
OIL'CLOTHS, BEDDING, Etc.,
At tlie Lowest Cash Prices.
WEEKLY OR MONTHLY PAYMENTS TAKEN AT
dealt & imnm,
No. 385 Third ave., near 28th st.
NOW IS YOUR. TIME!
A FORTUNE FOR ALL!
Three good farms worth from $5,000 to SIO,OOO. The
LaPierre Hotel Denton, furnished throughout with all
modern conveniences, worth $25,000. Cash gifts from
SSO to $3,000, Houses, 200 Sewing Machines, Organs,
Melodeons, Pianos. Watches, Washing Machines,
Wringers, Standard Books, Works of Art, 50,000 gifts in
all worth SIOO,OOO.
Given away by a drawing, under the control of the
Officers of Caroline Co., Md., to all purchasers of either
of the e new Steel Engravings, (each of them a gem of
art, worth $5 00 each,) LURLEY, THE DISENHERIT
ED, THE CHILD CHRIST, GEN. STONEWALL
JACKSON, by the Caroline Co.. Land Association of
Dc-nton, Md. Either of the Engravings sold for $2, and
a ticket for the above drawing given free. The Asso
ciation refers to Speaker of the Delaware Senate, the
Clerks of both Houses of the Delaware Legislature, the
leading men, the Banks an I the Newspapers in the
Delaware Peninsula. L
For Agencies. Eagrav : n?s, Tickets etc., aoply to the)
General Agent. C. M. JONES, Wilmington. Del. 1
Sunday Edition. April 23
gnj ®Mrfc
AT JACKSON’S,
Broadway and Waverley Place.
BLACK SILKS,
At $1 25, $1 40, $1 50, $1 75, $1 90, $2 00, $2 25, $2 50,
$2 75, $3 00, &c.
STRIPE SILKS from $1 09 to $1 75 por yard.
JAPANESE SILKS,
STEEL POPLINS,
FOR TRAVELING SUITS.
COMPLETE SUITS AND BONNETS FOB
MOURNING, READY-MADE.
WHSOIT& GREIG,
No. 771 BROADWAY,
CORNET* OF NINTH STREET.
Respectfully announce that they have entirely renovated
their premises for the trade, aud received from
their agents the various nove.t ei from
BERLIN, BRUSSELS, LONDON. AND PARIS,
and solicit with every confidence an inspection of theiF
different department*, comprising
SILK CLOAKS (NEW DESIGNS),
SPRING CLOTH JACKETS,
HOUSE JACKETS,
OPERA AND CARRIAGE CLOAKS,
LLAMA I.ACE SHAWLS,
JACKETS, &c.
COSTUMES.
most splendid variety in
BLACK SILK,
BLACK CASHMERE.
BLACK GRENADINES,
WHITE AND COLORED LAWNS,
BUFF LINE 24,
and other new Spring fabrics, in the best possible
DRESS MAKING.
The present arrangements in this department are a
great success, and ladies may rely that m placing their
orders, they can have them executed promptly in tha
very highest style of art, and on reasonable terms.
FAMILY MOURNING DEPARTMENT
In consequence of the increased space, they have been
enabled to devote to this portion of their business, they
tt s e prepared to submit a very Euperior and choice
stock of materials, suitable for family and compliment
ary mourning, and would call attention to their com,
plete line of
BLACK ALPACAS AND MOHAIRS, IN SUPERIOR
MAKES.
BLACK CASHMERES,
HENRIETTA CORTE TAMISE,
BYZANTINE IRON GRENADINES.
Also a full line of
ENGLISH CREPES.
Their stock of
BLACK SILKS
Includes all the reliable and best makos, being pur
chased under advantageous circumstances, as they wilj
be sold below the usual prices.
NEW LACES,
NEW EMBROIDERIES,
T NEW TIES,
NEW PARASOLS,
NEW HOSIERY,
A NEW ASSORTMENT OF BOUDIERS,
CELEBRATED KID GLOVES,
in new Spring Colors, and
NEW SPRING NOVELTIES IN EVERY
DEPARTMENT.
LADIES’ AND CHILDREN’S
FURNISHING.
In this department will be found a complete assort
ment of
FRENCH ORGANDIE OVERDRESSES.
CHILDREN’S EMBROIDERED PIQUE DRESSES.
EMBROIDERED LINEN BANDS, YOKES, AND
DRAWERS,
which they have just received,
EATEST ARRIVAL.
500 pieces of NEW BATISTI LINEN and LAWN, in
the new shades, which are very beautiful.
DRESS GOODS.
The whole of this stock has been re-marked at a great
reduction in price, and will be closed out, in order to
make room for their Mourning Department.
200 useful remnants of dress materials, from two tc
nine yards each, at half price.
WILSON & GREIG,
No. 771 BBOADWAY, COB. NINTH STREET,
PEOPLE’S LINE FOR ALBANY.-The
LARGES! AND MOST MAG-
NIFICENT RIVER STEAMERS in
ths AVorld.
Tbs ST. JOHN,
DREW, and
DEAN RICHMOND.
One of the above steamers will leave Pier No. 41
NOR I H RIVER every afternoon (Sundays excepted), at
6 o’clock, arriving at ALBANY in time to connect with
railroad trains West, North, and Ehst. Returning, leave
the steamboat landing at Albany at 7 o’clock P. M., or on
the arrival of connecting trains from the West and North.
Through tickets can be obtained at the OFFICE ON
THE WHARF, and baggage checked to its destination.
Freight received until the hour of departure.
SAFETY, SPEED, AND COMFORT.
NORWICH LINE.
For Boston. Worcester, Fitchburg. Gro-
ton Junction, Lowell, Lawrence, Nashua,KssSßbbHsHM*
Manchester, Concord, Palmer, Brattleboro, and inter
mediate points. The new and staunch steamers,
CITY OF BOSTON,
CITY OF NEW YORK,
CITY OF LAWRENCE,
and CITY OF NEW LONDON,
will leave New York daily (Sundays excepted) at 5 o’clock
P. AL, from Pier No. 40 North River, foot of Canal and
Watt streets.
FOR NEW LONDON AND NORWICH,
There connecting with express trains for the above
points, via. New London, Northern, Norwich, and
Worceeter and Boston, Hartford and Ena Railroads.
For through tickets and rates for freight, apply at tha
Office, Pier No. 40, North River.
J. E. SHORT, Jr., Agent.
‘ New York, February 28, 1871.
■pROVIDENCE AND NEW YORK
STEAMSHIP CO.
NEPTUNE LINE,
FOB BOSTON, PBOVIDENCE,
and all other points in New England, by the New and
Splendid Steamers,
ELECTRA, Capt. Jesse Mott,
AND
GALATEA,Capt. J. W. Nje,
One of which leaves
Pier No. 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, February 13, 1871. Pier No. 27, N. R.
BRANCH OFFICE OF THE
PROVIDENCE AND N. Y. STEAMSHIP COMPANY,,
No. 54 WALL STREET, New York.
ERSKINE PHILLIPS. Box No. 2,329.
C “CENTRAL BAILROAD OF NEW JEB-
J SEY.—-Passenger and Freight Depot
in New York, foot of Liberty street. Con
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 Railroad; and at Easton with
the Lehigh Valley Railroad and its connections, form
ing a direct line to Pittsburg and the West without
change of cars; also to Central Pennsylvania and New
York State.
ALLENTOWN LINE TO THE WEST.
WINTER ARRANGEMENT.
Commencing Jan. 30, 1871.—Leave New York as fol
lows :
6 A. M.—For Flemington, Easton. Bethlehem. Mauch
Chunk, Wilkesbarre, Pittston, Mabanoy Citj’, Mt. Car
mel, Hazc.ton, Tuckhannock. Towanda. Waverly, &c.
7:40 A. M.—For Easton.
9A. 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, Bmghajnpton, Syra
< use, <tc. ; at Phillipsburg for Mauch Chunk, Wilkes
barre, Williamsport, Erie, <fcc.; at Easton for Mauch
Chunk, Mahanoy City, Mt. Carmel, Williamsport, Erie,
&o.
10 ;30 A. M.— Way Train for Somerville.
12 M.—For Flemington, Easton, Allentown, Mauch
Chunk, Mahanoy City, Hazleton, Read
ing, Columbia, Lancaster, Ephrata, Pottsville, Harris
burg, Ac.
2 P. M.—For Easton and Allentown.
3:30 P. M.—For Easton, Allentown, Mauch Chunk,
and Belvidere.
4. 30 P. M.—For Somerville and Flemington.
5 P. M.—Cincinnati Express, daily, tor Easton,
Bethlehem, Allentown, Reading. Harrisburg, Pitts
burg, Chicago and Cincinnati. Sleeping and Pa.'aca
Cars to Pittsburg and Chicago. Connects at Juncti on
with Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad for
Scranton.
5:15 P. M.—For Somerville.
6 P. M.—For Somerville.
7 P. M.—For Easton.
8 P. M.—(Emigrant) for Easton.
9:40 P. M.—For Plainfield.
12 P. M.—For Plainfield, Wednesdays and Satur
days.
l>or Elizabeth at 6:00, 6:30.7:15,7:40, 8:30, 9:00, 9:39,
10:30,11:45 A. M.; 12 M., 1:00,2:00.3:15,3:30, 4:00, 4:30, 4:45
5:15, 5:30, 5:45, 6:00, 6:30, 7:00, 7:40, 8 GO, 8:20, 9:00, 9:40 a
10:45. 12:60 P. M.
Tickets for the West can be obtained at the office of
the Central Railroad of New Jersey, foot of Liberty
street, New York; and at the principal hotels and
ticket offices iu New York city.
R. E. RICKER, Superintendent.
H. P. Baldwin, General Passenger Agent.
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Beautiful and babe photo
graphs FROM PARIS. Sample and Catalogues
.sent for 20 cents, by CAMERON & CO., No. 146 Bleeck
er street, New York.
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GREAT OFFEB 1!
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 sama
to let, and rent money applied if purchased. Chioker
ing pianos are included in the above offer.
A LARGE NUMBER OF NEW AND
second-hand Billiard Tables, with our improved
Combination Cushions, which have been proved to ba
the most correct and durable cushions ever made. Speci
mens of our tables that have been in constant use for
many years may be seen in the principal hotels and sa
loons in this city. Parties intending to purchase, will
find it to their interest to call ani examine our stock,
which is the largest and finest in the world. Bo.vs’ Bil
liard Tables. PHELAN & COLLENDER,
No. 738 Broadway, New York,
Near Astor Place.
MYSTERY SOLVED.— FIFTEEN
minutes private conversation with Married LadiesJ
by one of their number.
Sent free for two stamps. Address
MRS. H. METZGER,
Hanover, Pn.

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