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-"Sir C&t Sttfo-grnrh 03ims, tttstes, gtctw&tx 31; lsof PIPPIN G TBI BRITISH I D RORTH AMERICAN ROYAL rtlll. MKtMMIIi't. WTWm NRW-TOPK A M LIY FRPOOL. CALLING AT COliK lilHLUK' OALUM. AT iUUfAX AM)li;K B 4 it BOB. Itl " A leaves ft w-YorV. ffriliw lir Deca. AFRICA tonu Hcaton. Vri:ui!u. J- I.' ax) . lA leave few- ork.va miumu. Jan. IL , CUBA Htm Ntv-Yort. tfhlnwl!. Ju. M PERSIA ee New-York. V. edneaoaa De X Ci ai. A leave. Hr-Yor, a rdaeeear Jan. 3. rt"t aw-yok To uvrsrooi. CbtefOxN Pa-sag.. ...... (IK m' Phho AO nou trw-loa TO paais Cfclaf Clbia Passe .......eii rnoM mwtoi o utukroou r - Chief Cabta rimfi...... lis pssotid UMa rwui 1 Fayabl la Cold. tH B4 eat) paid (or. - fa er amd ewrgwoa oa board, b owner of lA-e liipa will i ba vaeewBtab' for i Bales M IW lading having ui v1 ai.'Mia ar vgrved therefor. far irstgi.t or pa a et c epo y te ft. CUhAKD. Ne 4 Bowiiag. Raw-York. OILT DtHBOt MIC TO KKA ,.. TBI GENERAL TR A N8 ATLANTIC COMPANY'S WAIL STtAUSHIPh BAT WLP.N NEW-YOh AflUUAtkMilLLIilu AT tSHlt?T. TV eondid Ht veaaeis oa ibie favorite root forth Caati wiii sail Iron Pier ha SO Aorta R.sr aa lai- wwF ' APOLEON III....BorAjrtB SATURDAY. Jra. II rkbMKn lTJ-M.aK....KAirttiA V Jan. t YllXK rK PARIS raiiT.... .A1 LRDAV Feb. T.LAULF.NT Bocuabg,... .SATURDAY. Fetv B rClCK OF PA.AGE IN GOLD, (including w ibsm rrst Ml In, itju ; around eabia, ESS, ' . tO PAK11, toctaidinc railway tie's:. fnrntaba.1 on beari. First cabin, a;: ec-md el.B- tn. . . PSw fae n ale na rre stawrs anwwsusii. Mawicai tteiMsno free of charge Aavwntaw travelsrs going t or set rain tram theaea- boropo. by Utmc tba atearuer ol this una, void itinniir; ml a from tran.tl ty Fuelled railway and eroaatBa- th channel, besides saving lim. areeba and expense. GEO. MAiRr.Nie.lF. Agent Na SB Broadway CCRAHD LIKK UV EXTRA KTKAMEltlT BETWEEN NEW-YORK AND LIVERPOOL. CALL-i.NU AT QUKKNSTOWN. FROM REW-lVKk fcVolY WEU5SOAY rooi Jan. tRIfOU Ja.U KA1 OA r-AHbAUE: Cabia iMCOold. tooraa litnnntr. fttaaraca iiofcaU (rota Ltvarpool or Quoraatowa ai low Mi ratoa. tor rratcht and Catna PaM. pp!7 t Ho. 4 atowniiraoa. far btoora Paaagr, app. at .1r tU Broadwar. . I.UXAWD. NEW-YORK & BREMEN STEAMSHIP 00. TuE cheapest LISP- taaaaabipa ATLANTIC II Al.TIO and ITESTERW MKTROHil.lS, FOR SOUTH AMP r. UAVKK AND liK.'l'l. jHrataaoia 811u: aoeuaa raia ttii: tiiti 3S,(;nlL Tbo reimlar Inin bom dhuor tinasd dc 10 tU Wu-( tor monlba. aura diraxior-.n wni bo adrai tiad. Por Iratc&t. ;rraag , bil a o( ezcbanxs or ptaao i apixi to LtAAO 1aYMH. Preai.tonb4U Broad vra. . TUB NATIONAL. LIKE. Btoaatoi wookly to Liranx.il and Ourraatown, laarins ! Pi-r fo 7 Nortb Rirer.ciinHAl'l iiUiiY HELVETIA, ttrrrrxo ATIJK DAY. Jan. 4 i Dk.HAKK. ToomsoN ... hATIIKIA. Jan. II f.KIN. roKura KATLkl'MV. Jan. H ' rKNNSYLVAMA. LW! ,M'UKUA Y. Jan. M abia paaaa?. i7dw in tmrrvaer. 81'JO. fctacraca paaajia Co LireriMul or QuMUtown, fa in carrooor. btoorac iiekeU front Lirerpool or Qnaoaatown U la curraocT. fot fartnor particular artp 7 aa th cffloo of tba . riaim, tioa. U and 41 Br a.iway. or No. tt Broadwajr. V. Vf. J. HtiRST. MiDij.r. LOltOOR AND KLtV-YOUVa .l EAMslllP I.I Nk.. Paaaaca ta toodoa ditact. Sllfl, Sis and fan carrooer. P.iearaMMi itcitata M raducaq rataa avaiiau.a for atx -aaontba. AT1LAMTA. Caot. ITkibam. from Kaw-Yora. Jan. L br LlXJ A. Cape Duo. r ,m Naw-York. Jaa. 1 WM. PE.NJU. Caul. HU.LJXGE. trora Kaw-York. Jaa 3. CKLLA. Capt. OL.raiIX. trom aw-Vork, rH. g. Tba aiaaant ttritun troa ataarmbio ATaLAiSTA wili laara Piar ho a. oru Hirer tor I oaioa diract oa WRDM!iV. Jaa. I. at 9 A.M. frauai will ba taken and tbronffb bill of ladlna r'a to liarra, Autaorp. RottaiJnm. Aautordam. aad Dunkirk. or paaaaca appl to ROBERT N. CLARK. ISO. 7k Vroadway. , far might apply at No. M Sonta-a. ' HortUSU a Ax.ul. WAUr.Airatt. L1VKUPOOL AU lillKtT VKA'Ki.ia STEAH CONPAKT. Tbo foibMrinc rifl-CLAb.S IUO STEAMSHIPS, bailt arpramly lor tbo .Naw-York tradf, are inmarind to aail racaUriy itMii KV-VoatK AND LIVER-l-OOU a lioj? at (JLiiaXuWN. wix.: at A NU ATT AM. MI5fTEOTA, CHICai.O. c,URA.iKA, arttb otlier brsv-olaxs ateamera bnndinir. To aail : CHIUAGO WEDNESDAY, Jn. 1 IKsUaSKA WEDNKeDAY. Jan. 8 laAAUATIAN. WEDNESDAY. Jan. li From rm No. 37 Euaa Kirar. Cabta. rtao aovounodauona bain jr oqoaJ to aoly Atlas-Ma ataaaior. Aau. void; ratora UcJuta, Bigt, cold; la atoraara. itS. eorreaHrr. icaaa to Dnna oot paaaancara from r.uropa ' ran Da abtataod aa raaonabia terms. lor treiirbt orniMtit . it rr a-au For aaara paaA-e tu VTll.HA3ti A GDIOS. Wo. a Broadway. il'KAM TO blVEKPOOb-CALLINd AT CoLr.r.iNAToWN. The Inman Lino, aaiiina aemi-araakir. aumai tbo Atntasb and Liaitod 9.aLaa ataua ay oomcract: -T Otf LO!D01 . ....f ATURDA Y..Jan. -ITT UP WAbHINGTOS .SATl' KDAY...Jao. II Cl T Y P l-OKK (Tia Halifax.).. TUP.SDAY.. ..Jaa 14 CITY OP BALTIMORE. rtATUUDAY Ian. 1 riTY OP MiW-VOHK A lrlAY..Jan. Ti O.T.NA (via halifaiL I CKhi A. .. . Jan. a. no oaea aarceomnc EAltlUDA), to. a karth krrar. at Booa. troui r"ior KATES OF PARSAGK ' - Br tba mail etaaaier aaiUnr evory ftatardav. PATanx.a ta sulk paiabu xa ccaacKOT. firat Cabia pICO.fSrearaca $3t To Loaidoa liSl To liudon To Pant IUI To Pana O - Paaairo av too Taeaoav ateamera. Aral earn a, ftVi, fold; i iiaraata. $M. Parablain Umivd btatnCotrency. . Katoa of paaaajra from Ntw- ork to Halifax- Cabin. y10; atoerara. n.lu old. Paaaanarrra alao forwardod to Ham. Dambors. Bra- moo, ara., a ainnawa rato. rtteorawo oaaaaao fmm Laroraooi or Onaanatoarn. atD aarroDO. Tirkata can ba boacbi boro b paraona aond- aai. tot tnoir iriouaa. ror rartcor uuormatioti. apply at tba Compaar'a aaoaa. junn u. iule, Afant, . 1& RroaOaar. Neir-T wk. SAFETY. SPEEU Ar.O C031IK ITRTIWatU RKDUCTIO.X IS PASSAGE RATE . Fit"i papn.Tr ataamora of tbo AfiCliOK aaa lorry r A c; HIA i witb ixxriirart for f . UVKHlXl. GUsCurV ,t.D DIBBT. , tOV a. HrPDKawios. SATURDAY. Jaa. A PKIfASMA. LAiau. SaTIIKOAY, Jan. 1A. mnaiLaiA. atoaao. batuuuav. j&o. IK rium l ier o. 4 ono lUvar. a ooeav RatrM of navjra. Mvmhla ia carraiMT : To irr.iool, li amu and Darn, carina. 90 and $75. aeoruiia aw loeatioa-Axcaraiua tieitet. atxxl for twalra moo tba. 816a. Jntof mediate, rttewrare. 9l 1'aaaer r-ra b-Kea to and liutn rlainoorj, Rottar- aam. Aa'.warr, atarra. arc. at very low ratoa. borfartuar inioraiaoon aunix at tna (Jaapany'a oSiea, Ka.4 tlowlinr-arreen. J-Y nrt. KMAIidl!! MAL'1H.'ALD A CO.. Arrnta. TO avria inp-iaition, paenirera will V r eome aWerl to tua ollioa, aa Uua Cwuuan ouaa av4 amvioy , tlll EU STATUS .MAIL. TO IlAt'AKA. ATLANTrd Vair. KTiriuvmp r-nxioi w UAUJSa KEG I'LAKLY tVEHY THDKiiD VY. ATI v haa l . at. rn r i iAii.t . t KUM A A.U AO. 4. SiOKTM K1V KK. : AGLE. Capt. M. R GiOm, Jan. 1 - hOKlvvA uabTLL. Cart. itirH. ADAata. Jan. ft, i - vuLuama. lDfc aw ias Mt-K, Jan. 14. 1 . tut tretatfe or paaaase. apply to -- $ , UEO. tL M ARTSOX. Proiddont, ? Aal lofrbnasrean. iow-York. I I FOR r. THUJIAII AND URAZlL. : VRITEAA bTATEA AND BRAZIL MAIL 6TEA1I- erAAr- fUUrtAf. j ' BEGCLAR MAIL bTEAaitilLi aailiof oa tba Sd of ! f OKTH A M ERICA. Capt. L. t. Tnnmilix. Jan. 21 - ilTH AMLktlCA. Capt. i. L. 1 ikA-afArjoH, fab. 3X . h IfeSla&IPPL Capt. Geo. B. blxx Cat. klarcti 23. rbaao oleraat iMain aail on aebodnlo time, and a U at Si. Toomaa, Para. Pernanboa, Babia and aUo Jaaatro, coma" aad reCaraiaaV to fi'itntit of aw paaaaao. app'j to It w at. If. GARRISON, Aran, Ko. A Eowliuc-fraoa. Naw-York. ' "Wit HAVANA VIA NASSAU. M A?, V ' CARRYING THR ROYAL MALL. r f? A"f"" t!"' tataahi Company . I AyLi-X, Capt. VL B. GBAiaJO. will aail for liaraua. I V,,?H M A""0 rand paaaanaora aad malla. oa I BllDAY, JAR. le. Portreiabtorpaaaaawao- .9 toGAvO. B. rAA&TaON. Pramdont. No. m AtowbAa CUR SAVANNAH. UA. i SV'KBY THUBSDAY. RXDl'CED RATES OP ' HEIGHT. Tba Atlaat a Ooaal MaU Mramanip Corn pony 'a alda-eo ataaraabipa L?S".. VYl!lGSTOS. Cape Xatox. aaila HLaloOAY. Jaa. X From hat 34 Rartb Rirer. at 1 P. M. proeiaaly, naf tbronca paaaaca tickata orar tba Central Rail-Ad a Gaorr a. aaJ. At.antia and Ainlf Eaiinun la I fata ia tba inlortor. aad by Florula aiaaman to poiate I taa oaaat at Aaarida. .' . far traaaAt ar raaaaa-o apply to LA VU. 131 U.N. fOX A CO.. Aawata. Ho. m Ltborty at. 4. ATOIA lAVANNAH. lit. BLACtv STAli ISDAvPavHOKNT LUtA. i Tbo flrat olaaa atoaaaabipa liARMI(i Faa-ciotb. Uaeea...TTjrT)AY. Ia.n (. KThVlLXtvCaowaix. aaavaa.eATUHDAT. Jan. AvUiTG4AblltY. LTOMa. toavoa.. .SATURDAY. Jan. U At 1 P. AC. from Pier Aa 11 Nortfe rtrvor. ; R. LOWDKV AawaA na. at Waaa-oa. i Tbrawaw paaaaca tickata a Tea ewer tbo Coatral R. R. t uaorcta aad AUaaua aad wan Aw aw. w land, to ?1U KORfOLK AVII PORTDMOCTR, OLD lK)AI)IAu STEAMSHIP OUMPANI. Oao of tbo oloeaak atoanteiupa of tbaa Oompany will wave Pior M. St Nortk kirec. foot of Baach-eV. awary ILEoDAY. THCHSbAY aad aATlKUAY, a a r. la. Coaaootinc antA tba aoaboard aad RoaaoKo f aiiraad aad tbo Yirfinia aad Taaaaaaaa A at Luta. aad A leir aonnootioaa. Aar tratsat ar paaaaca apprr to R. U AICCREADT. ProiddaaA, taw. ttt tiraoawiea-at. ooraar of lr-aa. , .BiHa of taalrnc eicnoa aa tba pa. ORCIUK taAv a TO. . . C. T HGV LO K- v iua Ports and the south and bouth- Ejl. bVacaiar liao. Maaaoiamaat coooa lux per on bio eot, and Aoarar taaa any othar lino. Tbo faat and poplar a Mam ah l p SAKaGOsSA. M. B. Caowsxj Ca--aador. aul be d epatcbed oa SATURDAY, Jan. 4, a P. AA, from Pnra 14 Kaal Aieor.footof Wallet. 4 K;i.a of 'lit c aaiaad to ail poiia ia too beat aoA awatAwaaa. ARTHUR LEABT. Wo. T3 WiDmnwoA. ,'OK CH AHLF.STUV,, C- AAD KAi'ltl--1 DA PORT PEOPLE'S MaTa. BTEAMSbilP y PAN VBY THURSDAY. j -b:a. Capt. t-OACXWtmtK TI1URPTJAT. Jaa. X , - At. KUl'DAa, Cauv. 1.LBBX. THUKeDAT. Jaa. (, ' oaa Pier Ka. 4 Morta Aiiror. at S P. M. Torou ae ticaeca aad bi.ia of ladiac iaauod to all aomts ita. ia ooaaaotioo antk tba KoatA CaraliaA AtAUitud. . Aor rVeirit or paaaare ipu j to -' W tianLkK A LlXAAAtP. Acoata. 13 Broadway. TklfKOkTATKI PAttPORT BCREAU. t- o'. btaa (kaavTiorta radrapoiiaabla to trawolora, aft-w4 (. J. la. AwaAJ. f aaapar Ajaat. Sal Aftra4a. MIIPPING. PAClArlC B1AIL. bTRAMalllP CUaa- I'AAY'A THROUGH LI5R TO CALIFORNIA AND CHINA. FURICHT AID PAIIAbR AT UBEAT IaY REDUCED HATE. Htaamara of tbo a bore Hm loaea Pior Xa a Nortb KiTar, loot of Caaai-aV, at U a'alocb boob of too let. 11th. and Tlatot erary montb. exoopt wfcan tbaao datea fa I oa Monday, tbaa on batorday praeodiBf. Oao baadrod poonda bacsaa tree to aaob adult, Medioine aad attendanoe (reo. Deo m A Rl,U4lA. Coot. MactBT, aonneetlnc with taamar Feb. II. IBM. connect eloeely witb ataamar OR P. A I RP.Pl 'BLIO. loayio, San i raaoiaoo. March A. (or Ja paa aad 'biaa. . par Baaaeare ksaata ana an farther Informattoa appte at tbe Cuaspaaya ticket offioa m tba wbarL foot of Gaaal-rv f. R. BAUK, Aaenk IOKTH AMEKICAM wTkAHblllP tUH PAW V. OPPOHTTIOJI TO MONOPOLY! THROUGH LINK TO GALlKOAtMA. Via Paaama or Itioaracqa, Win rtiepatch tbeir now aad aniendid ateamahijna from haw-York, Aram Pior ho. aw Kurt Haeor, toot Warraa-at., at boob, at lower rataa tban by any otAior boa. For Daaaaca aad frricbt. over IxitA roulea. aa follow : - VIA PANAMA. JUw. 4. lww Stoamabip ARAGU. aonnoolinc with teamabip AMERICA. ' Ja. M. IHOb Btaaraanip SANTIAGO OK CUBA, eoa-erttna witb ateamabip AAvVADA. Put. IA IWo Mieamabip DAKOTA, aonnootinc with aUamahip ft ABRAKA. VIA NICARAGUA. Jaw 11 Vm Htaamabiu pAN r'RAMCIBCO. aoanaot-!n with atearaabip MOMS TAYLOR. 1KB, 24, IWe nwamahip A?1 Fit A NC1SCO, oonnoot-ia with ateaautup MObES TAYLOti. Tbeoa rtoamahina ara expreealy fitted for tbia trade, and ara ananrpaaeod for aalety. a peer?, eleiranoe aad oomfurt, and their ratoa for paeaaata ana fro. est will AAr- WAT4 (I LOI THAW BY AUT OTHKB UXK, Por turu,er particulnra anoraaa tbo undoralgned at Be. IT! Woat-atraoVNow-York I. N. CAKRTNCTOS. A relit. VTM. U.WKBU. I'rePldrnu CHAS. DAM A. Vioo-Preaidant. No. M Exchaua-place. New- erfc. SPECIAL ltTTTICE. Peraoaa parcbaainc taeketa thi monib for ateamer AH AGO, Jan. 4. can do ao at tba VKKI LAJV PK1CK -H lOU Brat eabia: aftO aeonnd oabin; (o ateo.aco, ia eVirreney. throuirb to baa t'raa-eiaoo. railroad faro aad nlauitenoe inniiided. D. . CAKRl.UION. Aent. OH CITt POI.VT AMI HICHMONI). OLD DOMINION TEAMoIIIP COMPANY. One of tne alerant ata.iiuabipt of tbia t'ornpany will leara Pie 5s 37 North Kier. foot of Heacb-at., every VV EDNKbDA Y and B A'l U K DA Y at I P. AA.. eonnect-ln with tin Kirbmond and llanril.r, V irgiuia Central, and Peteraborab and Weld-n Kailroada. For freignt or paaaaca aply to - N. U Mff'RRADY. Preeideot. Na 167 Greonwif b-et., oorner of Du-L Cilli of lading ainued on the pter. TmYh p: w - h Lk a nfiiRCT -thf m! CROMWELL LINK. SU-atnahine f tbia lino will leave Pi-r Mi . N. H.. at 3 o' tc P. AA. aa follow; GEO. WASHINGTON. SATURDAY. Jan. A CiOi. GRAr. bA 1 UKDAY, Jau. li. For paaaaee or freight, apply to H. B. CKoJIWiiL A CO.. No. SS W eat -at. Mill liAI.TI 1tlAtK. ll).. VK1UA V JAN. A 3 MERCHANTS' Dl'PAICI LI N E. Steamer PROMETHEUS. Capt. F. M. Habbih, la now loadtrur, ana will sail from P er No. 4 Nortb Hirer aa abor,-at a P.M. WHEKLER A LINN ARD. No. 13 Broadway RAILROADS MIU ISLAND I1A1LKIIAU. WINTER ARRANGEMENT OH ANGE OF TIMS. Leare Jamee-.lip: I A. 11.. mail train, for Greerport and all wayotationa. eonnectinc at Minaola with traina tor Gien Cora and Hempetead- . . II A. M., Syoeeet paaaen cat traina and all way-atattona. 8 P. M. Exprese train for Hirerbead. 4 P. AA., Syoaaet and Gien Cot paaeenf r train and all way -station. 4 P. M.,Kartnina;i!ale and Hempataad. Daaaencor train, aad for Norta Islip SATURDA V only. hnndaraxenrstnn train learea Hunter'a Point9:lSA. M.. arrirea at Uanter Poict at 4:40 P. M. To taka adect Aov. 4. lBtil. L D. BARTON. Superintendent. FEIPHEH'a DAILY LINK OV TRAAA-J PORTATIOM, On and after How. 1. 1S67, the Peipher' Daily Line will receive and transport cooda and merchandise f Harriobarirb and atationa beyond, from tba depot of tbo Morria and Eaaex llaiiroa 1 Company. Pier Na at North River. All cooda reoeired op to 4 o clock P. M. will bo forwarded the eame day. Freight taken at lowoat rataa anil turwardod with dt. patch. Mark guoU " Via Paipner dai'y line to Hamabargn. Penn." J. B. MONTGOMEitY, Proprietor Peipher Line. Ell IK RAILWAY TRAINS LEAVI DAvPoT iuot of Chambern-et.. Pavoaia Ferry: A- M lay Avxpreaa for Hocaurater. Buffalo. Salamanca, DonkirV and all pointa Wac and Soata. e:3u A. M. Way Tram dally. Jor Otiavilto aad intermediate statione. 13 A. M. Kxpreaa Mail, for BnfTalo. Walamann. Dan-kirk, and all pumta Woat and Sootn. S:d) P. M Way 'train for Middletowa and intermedial e atationa. 4-JU P. M- Way Rxpraaa. atopptnc only at Sterling Junction. Tnmer'a. and atationa waat of Tarnar'a. to Port Jerna. Newborgb and Warwick. 6 P. M. Way Train for saltern and intermediate atationa 5 .30 P. M. Wlrht Expreaa for Rocbeetor. Buffalo. Aialamanea. Tnnkirkaad ail pointa So a Lb and Weak 4 P. M. Wag Train lor bull era and intermediate atationa. , 60 P. M. Night Expraaa. daily, for Roebeetar. Buffalo. Salamanca. Dunkirk, ana all point Weat and South. By tbia train eteepineT-ooacaee anil rua throng n to C.nrtnnati without ebance. P. M. avmla-raat Train dally, tor tn Waat. A ao. War Traina tor boiling Ppruit. Paaaaie aad Pat-areoe aa :4A ad :1S A. M 13 M. and I:4A A and 11 P. M. On Wodneaday atgnt a 1 boatro Train at 12 o'clock lor Suffer and intermediate atatioaa. SrwDAT TBAXir A. M. Way Tram for OUarilla: 14 al end J P. U for Pateraon: g JO P. M. Niaht Ex preaa lor Dunkirk. BnSao, Rocheator. oa lama nee and all pointa Weat and boath; 11 P. M. for Pataraoa and Port Joma. Fibwm 1'eatM ram tluoah as nliamin Dunkirk aad Bullu without change of eoachaa, and in duvet connection with all saatnern ana w oetvro line Perfectly ventilated and Inxarioua aleeping eoaohaa acooinpany all Night Traina. I ieketa can oe ootainea at xne ijnmpaay a omcwa. no. 4tl Kroadway: oopot foot of Chun oera at- New-York. and Knit aaock AMoot, jaraay Givy. ,MM. R. BARK. Gen'l Pasa. ArenA U. RIDDLE. il'B'l SoP't. HUDSON ItlVER KAILIIOAD. PE( IAL NOTICE. Train leaving New-Vork at T A. M.. 13 i a 1.1 and Eras P. AL : alao. tramal leavinar Sine riinar. Yonkera. Tarrytjwn and PouzUkeepaia at :35 A. M.. 8 A. M., 7 :50 A. M. and 4:30 A. M. will not ran on N KW- YEAR'S DAY. Jan. 1. 1164. On tbe araoro Oar tbe traina loaving New-Yoik at 4:15 and :IS P. M. will make all a loir oetwaoa New-York end Yonkera. and the :4S P.M. train will run to Sing -irt. making all atop. Tra n leaving Peakakill et 8: A. M. will mike all atop aout i of x onker. and the 4:30 A. M. train from Pough-keepsio will atop at Cornwall Station and Fort Mont gomery. W, 14. VAnbaEiiUiT, Vioe-Praaident. .UrOS'lJ RIVER. AID HARLKM RAIl I ROADS. On and after MONDAY. Nov. 3A, 1M, rrain1 for Albany and "I toy, eonneet'oc with Kunnera and Wt atem traina. trill leave New-York as followa: A. M. Exoreea train, na Hadann River Railroad, e'.th-et, and lutb-av tbrongh to Buffalo and Soapenaioa Britge without cbaag oi cara, and connecting at Troy with traina for Saratoga. Rutland. Burlington and the North. If A . AA. Expreea train na Hndeon River Railroad, connecting at Albany with traina for the Weat, and at 1 roy with train for the North. 11A.M. Expreaa tram via Harem Railroad, Soth-et, aad 4tb-av., Connecting at Ctatbam with Weetern Kail-roarl for baaoa SDrrnga, Pittefleld, Ac, at Albany w i. h Weatera train, and at Troy wi:h train foe bara-toera. Kutland. Barlingtoa ana the North. 3:4a p. M- Aupreea train Huaaoa River Railroad, connecting at A Ibany with Weatera traina, aad at Troy witb traina lor Montreal, with aleepmecar attached. 4 31 P. M. Avxproa train ia haxlem Hai.roaa, eoueot-lag at Cbatnam with We -tern Kailrnid tor Lebanon Sprinxa, Pittefleld. Ac: and. at Albany with We term trams. Sloepinaare attached at Albany. 6:3u P. M. Axnreea train via Hudson River Railroad, with alewptng-cara attached, and throagh to Buffalo aad Soapenaioa Bridge without change of cara. Aieo alaep-inc-car every day excepting Saturday attached froa Naw-York through to Ogaeniborch without change, via Roma, W. and O. RailroaJ. Connection (or Troy w.U be made at AAat Aibanjr. Tbia train wm ran on Snndajra. UP. M. Tram via Hndaoa Rrvar Raj 'road, wftn gieep-tng-car aUacbed, conneounv at Albany with early traina for Buffalo and Suspension Briilge, and at Trov witn traina for Saratoga and poiata North. A Sunder train will be ran via AAndaoa River Railroad oa New-York to Pougbkeepaie ana intermediate' atationa, leaving New-Vor at A. M. Returning, leave A ougbkeepsie acir. AL, ar-iviug mew-torkai e:a Also, a bands tram via Har em Railroad, leaving 42d-t. at A. M.. and arriving at Mtllerton at 3:40 1. M. Ketnxning. leave Millerton at A: JO P. Afu. arriving in New-Vera at 13 M. WM. H. VAItDIHB IX. T. TicawFraaidwat. NEAV-JKIlKY HAI I.HOAD FOOT OP CCRTLA N DT-ST. A DOUBLE-TRACK PAS- BKNGRR LINK eOCTH AND WEST. No change of ear for 754 milee; 48 mile aaved to Chicago. 1)5 to Cin-eunaii. 380to At obi. e, 115 to bt, Louia, 21u to Mampma, and 270 mile to New-Orleans. Four Through Train daily; 0:40 A. M.. 13 noon, A P. M, aad t JO P.M. bandar. 7:30 P. M. orijT. A-1 11 AA 1 LK nUUAI, I'f.lJ. AO. ASD7. f A.M. Philadelphia, iWaraut-at. wharf.) tall A. At. BaJtimora. Waabineton and Pittsburgh without change of cara. eoanectione at Pittsburgh aad Baltimore for the Waat, aad at Baitimer and Washington lor the South. in A. af. or waat Fhiuuieinnia. 13 Noon Waat Philadelphia. Baltimore and Wh tngtoo, connecting at Hal hi more with Waatera Una, via W heeling and Parkerebnrgn- 1 P. at. Philadelphia way, (W alnnt-et. wDarl.) P.M. Philsdelpoaa, (Wainnt-et. wharf.) P. M. Cincinnsti Exprae tor Wast Pbiladalphia and Pittsburgh, bilver-paiaoe cars rma through to Cia-sinaati without change ; bat oa ohange to bt. Louis and tjnicago. 4:30 P. M. Unify tor Pbiiaoerphia, (KentMrton.) laiP. ki. Daily for Baltimore and Washing-ton with out change, connecting at Pittahurch tele ping ear to Altooaej aad Baltimore, wi' b train for lha eat, and Bt W iimingtoat. SL aad Washington (or'tha Sonth. Ticket obtained and baggage checked at all hoar of the day. at tbe Compaay'a ticket othce, foot of Cort-laaat-et, Aieo, at Depot Jersey City : Maiket-at Newark ; Kara bath, aad at ticket omcea aad principal hotel ta Mew-York. ' t. W. JALAftU.I, MBsTal BipaTUWDani. NORTHERN RAIIROADOP HIWJEBSKr Traina leave Jereev CiW for Piwrment at A :3a and ISA M.. 1:23. AO. a aad 1:33 P. M. The AJu, 11 and 4:23 ran t MaDarr. . inuaii w. tisaxBtai, nnp. MISCELLANEOUS. ifJROlCAL HOSPITAL. KOK. T HEIPIAT. mat of stnoture, varicoeeia, bem err holds, fiatula, ad tan mora obaoare diaeaaea of the pelvic v-aeera, an dertheexdaaivecoatroi of EDWARD H. DIXON, M. D Editor of th Rcalvd. Offio boar from to A, 1 to A, and 7 1 teveninge, at Doctor 'a reei.ianoa. No. 43 4th-ev. TAT AT UK. A la KLOWKKtA SPLENDID A8-laeortmentef bonanete and baa k eta ot flowers for w-Year'a WAt lllXPA rKACK B,-aorit,e.AJl3 liroadway, Belweea avta ana u sta, lOH SALAC LOU A LOT Of CO UN rEBA. TA-ble and ahemng. enitabi for a dry goods or cloth- Appry at sVO ana tu weeoe as., ap etaura. HOUSES ii ROOMS WANTED. H OUSM WASTED. A SMALL. PWTATl raniieef adnlta wash t rant a liberal iaed haaaa or near Murray Mali, f araaabed or auaiaraiahed. aad or on or aaory v " ra; 1 1 " i us aniei eari"l STEAMBOATS. FOR OOITOS AND PROVIDENCE, VIA BRISTOL, K. L. FROM PIER Na 49 NORTH RIVER. The macnifinent cteamer BRTSTOICapt ButTTOW, and PKOViliAiNCK, t .rt. hiuituri. at i P. at. daily. Only on boar and thirty minute by tail from, Bristol Hiietcin. Arnring in Koa'on in ample tim to coo-eot with Northern aad Laitern traina. 1 toket aota and ataterooma eeoured at the offloe. oa Pior Na 40 North River, ner toot ! Canal-et. Alao, ticket aold and bargag checked through at tba of-See of Weateott'a fiiaw Uiaiaiit, t. 1 Park-place, N'.a. THt and MA fcroa'leav; llariem Raiiroal Depot, 3rh-et, and 4Ui-v. ; Iladaoa Kivar Railroad Depot. Wh-au ana lh-rNew-York; Na 364 Weehington-at., Brooklyn. By purchaalng t'ekata at aay of thaaa omeea, baggag eaa be checked from rtwidenee to Geetina'ioa. H. o. hUAGGd. General manager. -CEO. W. TIKRA, Ageat. Ft OR miHKWulll'HY AMD l.4Jf. HHAK'U-The strong and enmmodioua steamboat SKA BIRD. Cant. H. K pABKra, wiU Mate loot of Cbambera st. Far reduced to 36 eenla UUVC MCW-yobk. I.kAVB ttl) BKg Thurso ar. Dec. 13, 8 A. M. i rrldav, Deo. u IA. M Satariioy, Deo. li. : i A. M. Tuesday. Deo. 17. 13 M. Tborsday. Dec I. 131 P.M. belerday. Deo. 31. 3 P. M Monday. Dec IA I A. M. We-lneedey. mb, 1" A. M. Friday, Dee. 3U, li M. Monday, Dec. 33. 1 3 A. M. LOK NBW.IIAVkN. II A K'l FDK D Jc r fare. $1. Steamer leave Peck-alio for Mew-Uarea at 4 P. M. Traina leave New-Haven at II P. U. PROPOSALS. PROPOSALS IVOR ARMY 1 K A K ASPORTATION. Orrrr-v chiff OrMTrimrrtx t Post Luttmruua. Kansas. . la. 18R7. Sealed propoeale will be received at this offioa nnul 11 o'clock M. tow 11th of Jaa nary, IHrSh, for tba tranapo nation of military uppliee during the year commenoing April 1. 18Gb, and endiiig March 31, I860, oa the to. lowing routes: ROUTE Na X From Fort Barker, Kanea. Fort Have. Kansas, and any oth r point or poir.ta that may be designated by tbe Chief Quartermaster Department uf the Miaaouri, on the Un.un Pacitic Kai road. J. D.. to any place that may be deeignaied by the ehipping otlicer. in tbe State of Kenan and lemtoryof Colorado south of latitude 40 degreee North, and to Port Unioa. few-Mexioo, or other ueiot tdat may be devignated in that Terriuiry, and to any other point oj tbe route to that depot ROUTE NO. A From Fort Union, or each other depot a may be established in the Territory of fiew-Mexico, to any posts or station that are or may be established in that 'iern-tnry, and to such posts or atationa as may lie designated in the Territory of An sons, and in the btale of lexaa weat ot iongiluuo I A degrees. Roll IE !fa 9. From such point as may be designated on the Mis-aouri Paciuo Railroad, houthwest Branch of Missouri Panbo Railroad, or the Union Pacino Kaltroad. K. D., to Foi-t Gibeon. Indian 'Aemtorr, or sncb otner point as may be establiabed as toe military depot in that Territory. Tue weight to be transported dniing th year will not excefd on Koute .No. 3, 2u.uU ,uuu pounds: on iloute N. 3, S.(t.(ViU pounds; and on Route No. 5. XOtu.tuo pounds. PioiKaala will be made for esc a route eeparatety. Bidders will etate tbe rate per 1 11 tioucda per M0 miles at which tbey will tranaport the store in each month of tlie year, beginning April 1. 1968, and ending Mircn31. IK!). Bidderawill give their names in full, as well as tbnir plac-s of reHidenca. and each proposal muM be accompanied by a bond in th auiu of ten tuoasand 'tlO;0UI) oollara, duly exeouted by two or more responsible persona, in legal form and properly stamped, guaranteeing that in rase the contract is awarded for the route mentioned in the proposal to the party proposing, it wnt be accepted and entered into, and good and sufficient ae-curity tarnished by saia party in accordance with the terms of tbia advertisement. Lach bidder must be present at the opening of the propoaala. or oe represents by his attorney. 1 ne contractor wili be required to ive bond in th fol lowing anioante: On Route No. 2, W,0r. On Hoate Na 3. I Ob, 41 On Route No. i. 30.uua. battsiactory evidrnce of the loyalty and solvency of each bidder and person offered aa security will be required. Proposal will be indorsed "Proposal for Army Transportation on Koute No. "2," "3," or "5." as tbe caee may be. nad mow trill h entrri it'swi anlesf thry amply w irA fA. raeeirvwirsai of thi a'lrrrtuement. Tho parly to whma an award is made most be prepared to execute the contract without unnecessary delay, and to give tbe required bonus for th faithful performance ot the contract, Tbe right to rejoot any and all bid that may be offered ia reeervod. Tbe contractor on each route must be in readiness for service by tbe 1st day of April, lwa. and rauat nave a p ace of business or agency at which he may be communicated with readily. F'or Route Na 3 at Fort llar-ker and sach other point on tbe railroad aa may be designated as the starting point oi tbe route: for Route Na 3 at Fort Union, iiew-Mexico. or each other point aa may be established aa th J depot, and for Route Na A at Leavenworth. Kansas. Blank forma ahowinc the conditions of the contract to be entered into for each route can be had upon application at this office, or at the ctSceof tbe Qua .term aatrr at New-York. Chicago, St. Louis, St. Paul, Fort Leavenworth. Omaha. Denver. C. T , and bant Fe, anil mast accompany and be a part of tue propoaala. I C. KAbl oN. Deputy Quartermaster-General. C Q. 11. li p't of tbe Missouri. PROPOSAL FOR A KM Y Til A Ki SPOR-TATIOJJ. llKtrHJTTABTTOS HlPT OP THF. PXJITTI, 1 CllLXr QDABTEBMAfrTEB a OFFirB. Omaha, Nebraska, Nov. 30, 17. Sealed propoaala will be received at tbia orace until U M. on THURSDAY, tbe 2d day of January, ltsio. tor tbe tranaportaaiea of Military Supplies ouriag tbe year commencing April L Is, ana ending March 33. I860, ew ROUTE NO. L From Cheyenne Da a ot a h or such other pointa a may be determined anon dunng the year on the Omaha branch of the Union Pa?ibe Railroad, west of Cheyenne to sui-n post or depots as are now or may be eetabiieheu ia tue Territory of Montana, south of latitude 47 decrees; in the Territory of Dakotah, west of loogitade lM.daarueo: in the Territory of Idaho, east of loagitade 114 degrees, and in tbe Teiriteriee of Utah and Coiorada north of latitude 4u degrees, incladinr. if necessary, Denver City. The weight to be tran a ported rtur ng tae vcar on Route Na 1 will not exceed twenty-five million (33,000,000 pounds. Bidders will etate the rate per 100 pound per 100 mile at which they will transport the storse in each mo ith ot the year, beginning April I. laud, aad ending March SI. I860. Bidders should civ their names in full, a well as their places of residence, and each proposal ahould be accompanied by a bond in tne sum of ten thousand (lUillav dollar aignod by two or more reaponsible persona, legally executed and propeny BtainptiU, guaranteeing that in case a contract i awarded i' r the roots mentioned in th propoaal to the party proposing, the contract will be accepted and entered into, and good aad aufflcient security furnished by said piu-ty in accordance with the term ot tbis ad ertieeinint. Kach bidder most be orsennt at th- opening et tho propoaala, in pe.son or be represented br iiis attorney. A he contractor will be required to g.ve (2nJ,0 41 bonds. hatisiaetory evidence ot the lovalty and soivoucyvf each bidder and person offered aa aecuntv will be required. Propoaala must be in iorsed. Proposals for Army Trans portatioa on Koute No. I." and none will be entertained unless they fully comply with tbe require ruent s of t his advert moment. The party to whom tbe award is matte mu.it be prepared to execute the contract at once, andiocivethe required bonds for th faithful performance of tne con-xf act, Tho right to reject any and all bid that may be offered Is reserved. 1 ne contractor taunt be in readiness for sen ipc by the 1st day of April. and wi'i be rcquirer1 to aitdt place of bosmeaa or aconcy at shich he nay be comma-nicttsd with i ri.mpt.'.v an J readny, for lvouta No. 1 at Cheyenne, Dakoian. orataurb other point aa may b inrticated aa th etartma point oi the routs. Blank forma, showing the conditions of tbe coatrant to be entered into can be bad on application at thiK office, or at tbe o;oce of tne Q'lartermast'i' at New-York. Sw Louis, Chago, ienvar. lort Leavenworth. Santa P and Fort oneilng, and most accompany ant bs a part of the propceaic By order ot the Qua rtTm aster-General, WU. Mlllii, lrevet Br if -Gen.. Chief Quartermaster, Department of the Piatta IKON FOR Ti;K NAVY. Patm utTKB' Orricg, U. S. N., t No. i LUoaiiwat, Doc. 30, 1867. ) Propoaala. aealed and indr.raed ' i'rop-maii for Iron," will be received at this offio- un'il 1 P. M.. the 7:h proximo, for the fol.owing iron, wbicn mnst be of the verr best qualify, dslivered free of expenss at ths Naw-York .avy-yard, aad subjaot to tha usaal inspection thereat. to wit: BUREAU OF CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR. 83,!ft) pounds round iron, rt: 4.998 pound. 3-16 to H diameter. 10 to li feet long; l.r ponnda, 11-18 diameter, '4 to IS feet long; 4S.66A pounds. A to U aiameter, 16 to 18 feet long: and 34,& ponnda, 3 to A diameter, 17 to 1 feet 'ong. CrM t-ounus sqnar iron, na.: A33J pounds, to "a diameter, lb to 13 feet long: and 31,662 pounds, t', 3" diameter. 16 to 18 L et long. Responsible security required for te prompt and faithful delivery of the iron, (when awarded. Iwnichniuet conform w-tn atipulationa on the blang form to be pad at tbia orace, wiuca wm give runner particulars Zur bidders. v GEO. P. PLUNItfc.TT. Paymaater United Mata Navy. AOVACKTASIMU PAA'KLAe-IHE CENTRAL Park. Kortn and aa River Railroad Comoanv will receive propoaala at their othce. corner of lntb-a. and alat-et , for renting, with privilege of subletting, the advertising panel oi tnoir ears lor tne year isml lLCOUNTRX..yjTA:- FOR SALE OK EXCHAIIGit' Plaaaaal hnaaa nartl fnrniahed. 38x40 barn. IK aorea prettily laid oat. IA minutes' nds from depet at.Hacken-aack. N. J.; time from City to boose IS boars. Would exchange for City bouse worth about &0u above ZMA-t, payisg sash for oflTwnee. A pply to ot as. MJt lai a,ar4, no, hot avii-wa. COUNTUY RESIDRXCK FOR RAbCe-Th. ewbaei ibera will eell the farm latery oecnmed bv Chaaneey Da.avan. deceased, situated in the town of Avaat riankui. 4 muse iron ri-nin v uiag. near tne hn. of so- TVntrharfia aad Colombia Avo.road. Saad farm contains 144 acres in a line state of cultivation, on which ia a large two-story doable house and fine out-baiidi- c. T hs boos m about AO rods from the mam road, with a lawn in (rent of A aeree, with two reliab.a stream of water running throuatu IA Thar are twa good orchards on the premie, t'he place is a ueajra-ble one tor a geatiaman a lauilmoa, ex for a praetieal farmer. If not aold prewya to Wednesday, Feb. 4, IMS, ft win be sold at amotion aa that day at 1 dock P. AA.. en the premisee. For further parenUr, appl, te LbWU U. WHIfE. Ftjirkilx VxtXAOB. Dee. W. IbCT. Kxecutors. F OK A CK COTTAGE. WITH GROUNDS, at cirin-a.il KtaLaai Ialaad: loa 7&x3lO feet, opening on two avenue; near depot and aea shore; school and chnrca ia the immediate neighborhood; abow one boor from New-York; a convenient aad far snore pleasant tbaa a City resides; immediate poeaeaaioa; prase 4.- er.i. - t, H Miirtiru, if ilaan eil lmifiura af A JOURNKAY. Nal Pine-st. M3 ODEIj FARMS HEAR RAH WAV. V. J v. .K,- insnraved farms, some aa low a AUA per acre, and many of them within on hoar and thirty minute of New-Y erk City. Hoaiae aad lots la Rah war. K.ixabeth. V oodbrulg and Porta Am boy. lor aale.anst a ZnZ awmber te let J. A. MAJIT1X AUhway. N. J. -v as a ataaac m. J VII AA VILLA BITBAt AND 1 I a aiaai nraw. beaatifulrr astaatod. ei Beam slew-York, tor aa.e low. Asm, eosmury eeaae ana bowses ve let far the " or year, br BLACAa-WFiX A SMITH. Ne. MS Broadway. New- Yeih t to AA A.M.I Cam l smaer Ata in aa Ooiv esc I to A P. M. VKW YEAR'S ttlFF TO WIFK AND EACM iiaDU SMillOTta.rWOT 7 i .. TA feet arid; 3S anxie. good land, chore as, aahooAa, tare, work: ear aae aair noair; gwa oiwar v nsia. saAjl 1 wa 4w a. ot-w--. AUCTION SALES. A Pali; B. MCAAJtm. Aactauaesr KIKll'TOR'B SALE. ADRIAN H. Mni.l.PR t R WILKItA A OO wirl sell at aactioa on 3 1. ".SUA V. Jam la iam at It e'cl.TC M., at the Kiehsof biles room. No. Ill Broadway, lha lonowinc real estate, beione.ng te ta eatate ot joua Ge-wge Gottsberger, deceased: Houae and lot No. 4 Cits Hall-nlaaa. svtendiBg to and being Na 14 Ceatre-et.; 3A feet 3 inches en tAty lis 11- ptso ana j feet 3 incnes ea t Centra as. Also, th sot of land, with bniuliag thereo. No. 13 mu uerry-eu. near 1 .bat ham-et.. being 33 feet rroat aad rear bv K3 fnea dep, with to lot adjoiting tbe above ua in the tear ot No Isc.f aaid street. ling 3A teet by UIHb JAatha t All 5Uur,., JullN U. GOTThBfctRGRR, Asoator. HrlT D. MntKa. Auctioneer Salesroom Na S7 Ks- saa-et.. opposite the A ust-oltoe. - WISES, BRANDIES, CHAHPAOKEI, I BEING TUB BALANCE OF AN IMPORTERS MltlCK. MINER A ROM LRVILLts win ssll bv suction on TUXaDAY. bss Si. at 11 o'clock, at salesroom Na 37 Naeaea-et, a has assortment of imported llgunra, eow- Siaiinc of fine hoes oi bherry. Port Wine, K. I. Madeira, tine old Bourbon Whiaky. old Rye Whisky ease klar-tei Branay, Hsnnesy and Renault Brandy, aa eld t:lsret. Bourbon, lieidaeiok Cnampacne. Ac, Ac Oo. A. I.EATTTT. Aaetloneef. RTI.KAV1T1. h-IHRHKIGH A CO . Book Trade hale Bourn, and Clinton Hail Art Gallon), Astor-place, TUESDAY EVENING, Dec 3L at 71, o'clock. SPECIAL. SALE OF HOLIDAY BOOKS. Illustrated and standard works, poetry, annuals, gift .uu.l.. n . A . - . 1 V.. nl I ... K .L . u great variety, Ac, Ac Gatalogaee ready Aad bowk eat view. BktM. F. ThkaXX, Anctioneer. late salesman with E. B, Ajadiow m to. i FURHITURE. FIXTURES, daC.. - or thb clitrroom no. irs PTILrON-ST. JOHNSTON A THE ALL will sell by auction THIS PAY, (Tuesday.! De 3L, at 11 o'clock, all las rnrntture. iron safe, Ac., contained la said clabroons. Catalogues at No. S3 Laberty-et. P.obt. A. Haiioebtt. Auetioaasr wa a nr m. a.'v . , . as.. ai , as Bff a B 1 AST., will ell on TUESDAY. De. 3L 1867. at tneir omce, at n o clock at. : beveuteen qaarter caak Superior Sberrvwrnc 1 hlrteen anartair eaaka antierior Madeira wins. Now in the bon ied waren.ase No. 3 Bridge-ei, Mam nlea and catalogue at o trice of the auotlnneere. Terms cash. UAGGEUTY A PHELPS. Na 11 Pine-eA. TO LET. FOtlDHAM PROPERTY TO LEASE. THE COUNTRY bEAT OF THE LATE PETER LOR1LLARD. coasistmg of about : 400 ACRES. On if are STABLEa" GARDENERS'. FARMERS' AlfD SHEPHERDS' UuUaES. " In addition to THE MANSION HOUSE, which ia THOROUGHLY FURNISHED, and has gas and water. THE GREENHOUSE and GRAPERIEI ar all in perelect order. It can be divided if requires into THREE SEPARATE PLACES, each with bonae. berne, etablea, Ac Immediate possessioa given. APPiy SO X. A t, MjV It 1 bliA it i. .ao. lty OFFICES TO LET IS TIMES BUILDING. A portion of th room now occupied by th Surrogate, which will be divided to suit applicants of rented entire. Alao office in No. 38, 39, 40 and 41 Park row, risass Building, on th second, third aad fourth series, larg and spacioua, being splendidly lighted fron) front aad rear. Farther improvement will be mad at the expiration of the Surrogate' leaae, th lat of May next. These buildings are thoroughly fire proof, thirebr saving ail charges of insurance and hazard incident to lira Inquire of JOHN IRELAND, Cashier, TwvwOffios. rpO LF.T- .TNEW'H6usEa ON ' 47THtottTr A n near 3d-av.. floor of six rooms, with Croton, caa. stationery wash-tuba. Are.: rent, P-3 to $36. Also, Boor of f oar room on 3d-av near I iSih-at. ; rent,$UV Apply to LOPEK A DAVIS, 36tb-at , oorner Ut-a TO LET OFFICES DESIRABLE F3R STOCK or gold broker. Noe. 3 and S J aunce y-oaurt. No. 41 Wail-ef. Poaeeetion immediately. G. M. BOGAatT A CO.. Na 4 Wsll-et. TO A7KT POSSESS ION IMMEDIATELY AUK tiae othce now occupied bv in NwiYork and Havre Steamship Company, first door Na 7 Broadway; rent moderate. DOl'BLR A!r SIN' lLK STORM, LOFTS and otScse, newly finish', on Cansl-su, tear Broadway, opposite Earls'a Hotal. Inquire at Na 'As Oanal-st. rtO LEASE. BROADWAY LOT. FAST blDK. A eigh'y-aeven feet north ot Canal-et. Watte n offer to b addreaaed to Na 373 Madison-ev. . STEAM POWER TO LKT-FOUR bPLEN-didly lighted loft. Inquire of J. C. UiXL'S aON. Na luS Cliff-si. BOARDING jANJI,OJDMfflN. A FAMILY CAN M uT1ZkG V V YAtC oommodated with lour rooms, ineladingpar.or.with private table, on 5tb-av near Jlat-at., at gJ.A per week; reference exchanged. Addree, one wast, AlklU-AVkNUK. Box Na 1.&83 Poet-offiea BOAR D. EXCELLENT BOARD AND washing for S3 Ja. at the Wemaa'a Hobm. No. 43 F.lixabeth-et., one door above Canal. All l-malea of good character are admitte. Board paid wekiy in advance S. B. H A LLIiiA Y. bupritondnt. GKiSTLKM.l.V AMD WIFE IIEAlHK good, comtortabl rooui and board, wiiai gaa and fire, at moderate price, on Brooklya iieig.iia or New-York. Aadrese, with particnlara and reloruoce, COM-FOiiT, Box Aa 1M Ti.tr I (nice. DRIilRAIHiE FIRSINHED It OD MS TO let without board to gentlemen on reaeontbla terms. No. 120 Charlea-et.. n?ax liuuson. aex. alaiel' above West lotb-et. TO AaAtVT IN A PRIVATE HOUSE. THREE rooms on the third floor; rent, $13; aiabie for a gentleman and wile; refsieno required. Aiy at Na 117 West Mtb-t. BOAKDINGV NEAR THR COOPER INaTlTUTK. A endow lady will let large and ameli rin, with goo t board, at moderate charges, at Na 73 7t t-t NO. 40 W :T 3TII-T A SECOND floor, furnwded; also, a frint parlor and bedroom oa third floor, with board; private tabic If desired. VKItY C IA KAPVEbLVp V K -."l ! H E 1 rooms to let at Na 45 BoDj-t; larae iiiird-story room ; large atti and hsli room oa secoad tlosr. KtiwD stokyTfuon tTVa KU)R AND otfdruom; aiao. Hingle rooms ti let at No. U Uniror-eitj-iilace; tatereuues roq ,ired and given VICF.LY r?VP.'!gP.D ROOMS TO LiST It at No. 6J Wast tth-eu. Waji.in'rl in-s juafo. PUBLIC NOTICES. CORPOHATIO.T NOTICE. Public notice ia hereby given, to tba owner or owner, occupant or occupants of all bouses and lots, inprovedor unimproved lands, affected thereby, that tn following aeeAariien&a have bean complotea and are lodyed in th onice of the Board ot Assessor for xanunation by all persons interested, V'X.: L For bnildmir sewer ia One Hundred and Thirtieth-atreet, between riith and bixta avenae. X For paving witu siono Jjiocks rortv-eigbth-tret, from rscond-avenus f-o the Last iUver. X For paving bevdnty-thirJ-street, iron Thirl to Fifth Bvcnaos. with stone b ocks. 4. For paving with ston blocks Focrth-avtna, from Thiriy-eiifhth to P'orty-third streets. 9. cor j avintr AOigbth-avenue, lrom Forty-second te Fitty-eigtlh s tree's, with trap block. tAi- ror oaviroz tiudson-atrect lrom Ganal to N inth-arenue, with stone b.oclta. 7. For paving with Nuolson navemant Psarl-street. from Waii to Bo k man. 8. For reguiatitil and grading; Sizty-fifth-trea, from Third to Fifth avuauea. 5, For building war in Tsntb-aveaa and Waat atreet, between Llttie West 3 welf.A and fiaaievoort streets; in AtichtAV-aveane. be .ween Jane and Weet Twelfth streets, aad in riudoa-rset, between Perry and Hammond streets. The limit embraced by sneh assessment, isclud all th Mveral houses and lot of ground, vassal lota, piece and pa roe la of land, aitoetedoa L Both aieea of On Hundred ana Thirtieth -a trees, between Filth and bixth avenae, alao toe easterly side of Sixth-avenne. between One Hundred aad 1 secty aintu and One Hundred and I hirtietn streets. X Both side of For-y-wightA-ot rest, trora Second-avenue to Fast River, to the extent of half th block oa the intersecting avenues. 3. Both sidsa of beven:y-tJiird-trt, from Third to fitti avsaaea, to ths extent ot hail the block oa the intersecting svsnues. 4. Both aide ol Foarth-a venae, from Thirxy-eevaath to Forty-thud streets, to the extent of hall tut blocA en th intersecting street. 5. Both sides of Kighth-avenua, tram Fart, aeeoad te Fifty-eighth strseta. to toe extent oc half tae block aitaier way ea th intersecting streets. a. Both aide of Hooaon-etrset, from Canal-txwt te N inth avenue, to the extent of ha;f the block on tne intersecting streets; also tn north aid of Cs sal-street aad the aeuta aide of bpnng-etreet, from Hudaoa te kanwiuk; also both a oesof Barrow-street, from Bedford to ore wicn: tUao botA aiaee of Grove-street, from Bedford to Hudaoa streets; aio both aide f the streets interseounc between Cnnstophar aad Banc cree s, inclusive from Bleecker to Greenwich etreete; aiso both aidee of Weet 'A'weUtn and Jane atreet. from Aighth-avnaa ta Grenwich-tret; ass Both aide of lloraue. Guseveort, Wat TweUth aad Waat Tair-t-uith strweta, froui Fcnrtn te Greenwwn streets. jTiioui sides of Pearl-slreet, from Wall to bWskmaa atreeta, te the xcet af avail the b.ock atthar way aa Use iBterseotlng strssts. V Botn aide of Sixty-fifth strs.t, from Third t Fifth avanuec to th xaat at half Aa block ea ta ia-tarcting strseta. ' a. Both sides of WeeVstreet ana Tnth avenne. from Ganaevoort t West Thirteenth treU; also both side Z. TiJittl West Twelfth-atreev from Ninth te 1 oth avenues; aieo both asuw of haghth avenae. from Jan Jo Wast Twelfth etreeta; also both aades af Uuslsea. from Perry te Hsnunond. - Ail pexaone snail tatereat ar affected by th above-named iiiniimnii and who are opposed to the same or arther of tltm are requested to present their ebeo-trasla wntanr. t JACOB A. OAKLEY. Cnairmaa of the Board af rt m il ri aad esse of th uaderaisraed. at tnetr effica No. S3 Cham Dora t-. basement haw Coort ti witliia thirty day from the date of that aotiee. JAlt r. OAevLKy,-. JUrtN D. OT 1 1 ALL. 5 Board Of Assessors. ISAAC Ol HUNT, i . Orrtcc boajto or abxsoba, . aw CPU llT-atO Cast. Dec SL I8S7. t NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN; ACCORDING to law, to all person having r'sims against HA Rat AN fePKaR. lata of th Count- of Rico-asoBd. deceased, that thoy are reqaired to exhibit th aama with the voachere thereof, to th aabeariber. Administrators of th goods, chattels and credit of th aaid deceased, at their reaid.no at Port Richmond, in th Town of Northheid aad County ef Richmond, en or t-inmiaa xstn day ef June next Dated tax 33d day Tl Diiiamrttr ISST. DAVID J. JON PS, e aJSU u,DV ITl fSJlUtt iUtmIa- AMUSEMENTS. AOAOKHT OF MTJSIC CAROLINE BICHINGS...;. Dirsatrsas Heormd atrht of th ENGLISH OPPka SEASON. THIa T LUSDA Y EY KNING. Da. St. Will b preasated Flet.iw'a Grand Opera ef MARTHA. Plankett , Mr. 8. C- Campbell I Jane i Mr. Wm. Casti Lord Tristram Mr. E. rV-wwia llixn bbevifl.., Mr. J. . Peak lAdy Ham!... MiseG. ItichiBK Nancy. . Mrs. At. begnia iu sukkuw KVini.M.. ji.i. First time in New-V ork n tlaeerliot'sGrsnd Irish frnera. L1LY OP KILLARNKY. or the OOLLEKN BAWN. 1 he box sheet lor the sals ef sacared eeat will epea OB THURNDaY MORNING. Dec 34, at Beer A Oobir- mer musio-store. No. Til Broadway; at th Asaurmy and Theatre Ticket OfBea. la UA Broadwav. Ticket SI tt beoared Heat I AS ACADEMY Os MUSIC, UKOtlbkLYS Diiwotree. FANNY JANAUSOHEB. rAKKWrXL rRK rU RM A IV C K, AM POSITIVELY LAST NIGHT OF tdl.LK FANNY JANAUSt HEK. ON WADiMLiDAY KVFNI.NU, Jaa. 1. at S. THIJoNKLDK: OR..THE GLADIATOR ) RAVENNA. Ml. I.E. FANNY JANAUHi HKK la her celebrated character of TUUaNELDAL i Irket aad raservad aeata can now ba obtained ia Brooklya at the oot bffloe of th Aeademy, and la K 1 14 Broadway. MlhTOUI-MTRIgNTOINTTar-THURADAY. Theatre Frsnoats Lessee aad Director, J. ORAU MARIE ANTlifNRTTKeommsnoeaat 7t.o'alock. beats for MAklk ANTtllkkn H u ba aeenraj at Rchirmsr s aausisv store 7U1 Broadway, and Frsoch Tksa- AAmc ADRLATDR RISTORI'N REPRESENTATIONS OF MAK1R ANTOINETTE THI WEEK THURSDAY. Jan.S; FRIDAY, Jan. 3; 8ATTJBDAY MATINEK, Jan. 4; MONDAY EVENTING. Jan. A FAMILY CIRCLE. FIFTY CENTS. MARIE AaTOlSETfE B1ATIN ACAv. RIToRL SATURDAY NEXT. Jan. A at 1 o'eloek. Only private boxes eaa be secured. FIRE DEPARTMENT BALI. THIRTY-NINTH ANNUAL BALL in aid of the WIDOW AND OKt-HANs FUND (IP THI NEW-YORK (VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT. AT ihi ACADEMY OFMUrUO, . on MONDAY EVENING, Jan. 30. IBM. Tickets, 4, ailimltiug a gentleman and two ladiac Extra ladii' tickntj. 4U. can bs obtained from sitnsr of tn muilri of Ci Committee, or from the oihoerc JAS. F. WENMAN President, No. 146 Part-L Jnn J. WkstbaT. Sscrstsry. No. I Wilnam-eC ALoszo Stxrriw, Treasurer. No. 130 Fniton-et. Pt'iscenium apd liat circle boxes can be aeenr1 on application to jame F. Weamaa, President, No. 1A4 Pearl-st. KKEM'H THEATRE. H. L. RATEMAN Lessee and Director Tlia, FRENCH DRAMATIC COMPANY. 'IUK.DAV EVENING, DF.C 31. FOR THE RENFFIT OFADGAKD. LE TESTAMENT DE CESAR GiRoDOT and UN TIGRR DU BKNGALB. Seat may be aeenred for any performance at the Theatre, and Noc 8.5, 71.1. 113 and 1U Broadway. STEI3I W A Y II ALL. MM E. LOUISE KAPP YOUNG'S GRAND OPERATIC FAREWELL CONCERT. SATURDAY EVENING. JAN. A Assisted by Madams - Parspa-Rosa. Sifraor Baragli. Bsllni. Antonocci. Asa, ;arl Rosa. Mr. Oscar Pteiior. jar. G. W, Colby, sad othor sminent artiste Admission 91; reeira seats, ad cents extre GOKOEOUs TRANSFORMATIONS, PAINT-initi and Music, best and most attractive entertain ment in New-Y' ork, is THE PILGRIM. HU-tlA.! HAUr-V.aill.VMJUAilC. Every afternoon at 3. snd svenmg at 8 o dock. Admission. 36. SO and 75 oenta. f MR. CHARLEj DIt KENS' READING. REbERYED BEATS for any oi Mr. Dickens' Lector can be procured at the THEATKB TICKET OFFICE. No. 114 BROADWAY. Na 8j Broadway aad No. 184 5th-av. EXKKCIAK, HEALTH, AMUSEMENT. J. WOOD'S Gymnasium. Na S East SSth-st.. ooaa Day and Kvenini. C'assea now forming. ii9 a year. MDSICAL. KINDT Si MAM V s.NUTACTURFSS OF GRAND A.an SQUARE PIANO-FORTES. WAREROOM, NO. S-S BKOADWAY. Between 17th and I8tn ste. New-York. WATEKS' FlUST-PHEMIUltl P1ANOH with Aarraffe Treble. Melodeons. parlor, church and cabinet organs, ths best maaataotared ; warranted for six year, feecond-baad pianos, meiodeons and or- S ins at great bargainc Any of the above inetrumenta let, and rent applied if purchased; monthly installments received from ons to two year. Cbickerinc's, KtrMnwav's. Bradbnrv'a. Worcester's and tbe Anon Pi anos to let. Pianos toned and repaired. Cash paid for eeconi-band pianos and melodeone Illustrated cat-I'wues aasalsd. Wareroom Na 481 Broadway, Near-York. HORACE WATERS i CO. TH. CHAMBERS fe HON INVITE s Piano dea.ers and professors to examine their IMPROVED AKW-SCALR PIANOS last nnisned, which combine all the essential attributes ot a perlect Piano, constituting the "CUA jABEltrj " PIANO the beet now manufactured. Factory ha 14 Oth-et.; Ware-room 8th -at-, earner of 4th-av. FDEAiSOHTMENl' OF FIRST-CLASS I. new Piano, for sale and to rent on reasonable terms, at HAINES BROTHERS wareroom. Na t Last 14th-et. Lnioa-soaare " Bant adowed if purchased within a year. PI A Ri O-F OR T K THE FINEST AND eheaneet mano m all n facto red in thi Cltr IS bv JENNY A bONS. Noe 233 and 333 Eeat3latet.be-tweea 3d and 3d ara. Two fin aeooud-haad pianoa at bargain. LtOAA tsALsi. VERY CHEAP FOR CAM A? A fnli T-octave. oeerstrunar. round corner piano forte: n"ar y new and in ths beet order. Inquire at No. 2t8 West 2Sth-t. WANTED- Bt A LADY. A SITUATION WHARE ana can siv - instruction in inuaio as naiment for board: highest reference given. Addree Mia G. G.. latation li. A UHitK Assortment of ia!.vv and aecoud-hand niana-fortea. chean for caah Alsa to let and sold on installment. L. P. GUMMING. Na 6 Union-suare. I1NSTOUCTIOW. MOLftT WASHINGTON INSTITUTE. Na 131 Weet ttb-st.. corner of Maodougal, oa Waahing-toa-aqciare. GKORGE W. CLARKE, A. M.. Principal, fiu pupil of all ages for buahwa or col e Progrea rapid and terms reasonable. MR. OUUk HOFFMAN'S FRENCH AND ENGLISH BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOU FOR YOUNG LADIES. ' No. IT Wett h-at. GARDNER I A STATUTE. English and Frrnh Boarding and Day School for younclaliea. Ka 34 Weet 33d-et . Near-York, will r-optn. Sept. 17. REV. and MRS. a H. GARDNER. Principale BOOK-KEEPING. WRITING, ARITHMETIC. Ac Messrs. DOLBEAR. No. 4J0 Broad way, give private Instrnctien day or evening, and qualify p noils practically for bead book-keep!. They alad remove stillness, camping or trembling, and make elegant bueiueae ponnien. Sill. GEORGE 4J. ASTUUN BIS CLASSS1CAL. KWENCH AND ENGU3H 6CHOOL, With Pri-narv Department and Gvmnasiom, MJ. 313 iTH-A V CORNKR 3CI 11-aT On WEDNESDAY, bepu It. WILLIAM MASON AND I HKoDOEC THOilAi CONNER VATORT OF MUSIC, rTe. l?a sth-av.. near 20th -et. " ff-Marl limlv fop ebildrew and advanced DU9tl in singins. harmony, piano, harp, violin, and all other lnstrumtcu ana in playing concerted music; popular eiamentary. choral and oroneatral ciaa.es are aiso luna- ina. Ofnc Boars from u . n.uir..n. SEWARD 1 Si STATUTE. FEMALE DEPARTMENT, FLORIDA, ORANGE UUl.lll.s. x. . A few vscanoiea aiter th 1st ef January. For circa- lars address . ...-r-, . . , alAltl XW noican.lso, rriacipa.. bYOa'S COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE. It OS, 161 STH-AV. AND 937 BHOADWA Y, Corner Sd-et. Twvtfth year. Rooms spaciow. Hght, airy, ateain-heated. Young pupil with hire Lyon, th other witn Mr. Leon. Light gymnastic. A Literary Union gather teaooer and older papua weekly. Only pare contented, working pupils desired. ART EXPERIENCED TKAtHKIt O ltJ.of the piano, singing and th French language from th Conservatoire de Mnaiquc Paris, has one or two disengaged nour ; term lor eiuier vrwuou sij. ,o, -ii a ii - ...riM 4aoeah:e arranawment would be maoe witb a sehool In or near the City. Address L. V, Box Na 12B now umee -tl.aKA ISi PHACTICAbPHItGaULUMI. 1 i tkm. who riaaire to make Phranoiogy a profs son. and those wbo woaid learn to jadge readily and orreotly ef their i ellow-maa, may receive thorough last ruction at th Parenologioal Room. Na ASS Broad- mo at tne x-arenoioa'ic Ciass eanucaneee Jan. A way. P.1 IAS AIKEN'S SEMIS ART, STAMFORD. t A CONN. Th Winter term commences Jan. e For eataiogn apuy to Mies AIKEN, Uniow-plac Motel, Ne iw-Te ork. NRANCO-AMEKICA"J ISSTITbtB fGH. It " . OT WT , lMat-,Pniui,. eommeroisl scieniifie snd classical dnrtmate Irs. par.uon to aotiege. 'b -j: VTh ill li iT. M R. VAH NORM A . ENGLISH AD I French boardin aad day school fsr vonng Udis. B Wast 3Eih-t New-YotA Far foil tafermauaa a,. eircular- Addree aa above 1 R VI 91 G INSTITUTE. TABHYTOWS. in T tmi. AoVairnareappiy t D. a. AtuWA. M. at A rrineiBeA. R4PI!AE. FORT WASH HLNGTOX, IsAursag ef 13 broad way. FRENCH lNSTrrUTar-French the to chool. Ctraalar at noe is, .hi ana IIOMK FOR BOlt.VHTH IMTRtC L11US, la is laaaurwa - 7 . . . , a vinrTH - g-a OLDEN niLL SEMINARY FOR YOUNO tl ladiee encgtpjri- the Prirwipai. Mia EMILY HELbOH. Mi I.I Ss H'A CALIS'l'Hallltti 81 6ih-av. C.ana tm tight grmaaaime far aad hiidreav ' TEACHERS. St CHOPKAI LADY GIVAC. LESSONS Lis Fraaeb, muaaa, drawing and pajnllng Afalf A K-Wfcs a aiara eiy. AMUSEMENTS. THE BARNVH AND VAN ASBOHUH MUSEUM AND MEN AO ERIE COM PAS Y. f niiiiaa, I fan is asf Pvwiii ala. OPEN PROM SUNRISE TILL IS P. M. Performance ia tbe leeture-reom naarls every h -ot NEW-YEARS DAY. ALSO. EVERY AFTr.lt NOO AJID EVENING Tills WKCIT ' . the new Graad Fairy Bpeetaealar paarteaniara. atrUed I.UAMl PANORAMA-DANCING BEAR WITH FIVS LROA MAGNUIUKNT TRANnFORMATION KCkNK, WITH NEW COSTUUKA NEW MU-IO AND WONDERFUL MltCHANICAL KA F1CTS. Prsnrms to the pan torn ibss oa KV l.KY DAY that hW xaarr lay,J the pleaaing tare entitled MR. AND MRS. PETER WHITE, The BeaatifnJ Cireaealsa Girt C.dMUIIlit I.ITTT. having aA arrived, will he e sinibitioa, together With A.AA.UMMA AU St A. Tn marvel aad wonder of the world. AN INFANT FEMALE ESAUlll Hairy aft ever, with elegant form. AFRICAN UAOY ELBPIIASTI LI VINO GORI LLA I TO BR SEEN AT ALL HOURS, a vers attractive aad eoranrohenaiv eolleotian of BkaUTIFUL TKOPI-CAL FIbH.MAMMOTU PAT INFANT. Gl AN 1 Kb. Fat Ladv. h w a urn. ijvinu hkp.crton. bkA- LkOPAUD LEARNED bE AL. UGUl'NINO OAL- 1 UI.AIOK, lie, A K PAD L.AUY. nFlAAstAt. PAtaUtUCA-ANON VIOLINIST, GRAND AQUARIA. HANNIBAL, JR., HANNIBAL. JR., Fear year old, Incoe hick, weghs 363 poanda. oat viu.trvfu. VAH AMBURGH B CO.'I . Immense coliectioo af LIVING WILD ANIMALS, Embracing th moat promtneat sad wondsrtol peatmen of animated nature r exhibited, eaa be seen daj and night. aumiaaion to th whole 30 oaata. Caildrea aaitar tan. t.Y e.Dia, Tickets for New-Year's Da eaa b prooarad three aaya in aavanee BAAVARD'3 OPERA HOUSE. Broadway and 30th-t, LLlCIbLY LOCATED. LIBERALLY PATRONIZED, RAPIDLY RISING IN POPLLARITT. THK WILLOW COPK; - A bmT OP TUB HjtABr. Tb character well suatsinml. J. W. ALBaUOH, mis Mary mitciikll. in leading parte. Wl-.L BP OFFER FD TO-NIGHT and ro-.Mi)KittW. at J o'clock. "OLK" MAI IN hai ON NKW-l KARA. Th myaterioiia work of art. TliL MAMMOTH CAVE, can be explored DAY AND NIGHT. by purchasing a SINGLE ADMISSION TICKET, which entitles tne bolder to enter the MU-F.l'M, THKATHK AND CAVE. WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE, SPECIAL M ATIN P.K 8 ATUR D A Y, JAN. A Tiih M'OIiM KING WILL SURELY t OalB. NEtV.YORAk CIRCUS. 11 h-at-. oDnoaite Academy ot Music L B. LENT .....Dirsetor MATINEES EVERY DAY AT2S. MAT! EKS EVP:kY DAY AT 3 . MATINEE EVKHY DAY Af 2S-EVEKY AkTERNOON AND NIGHT this wk wi:i be presented A tit I9.nt.nriii un-eriij GRAND COatiU PAATOMLNE. ntitled THE MISER OF BAGDAD. TH: MISER OP BAGDAD. which has been produced with .its Anu irt.iuiu i;ofiiu.nr.flL " AND MAGNDTCKNT APPOINTMENTS. and is r .piete with NOVEL TRICKS. TRANSFORMATIONS, SCIiNEs AND LNClDfcNTM. of tb most comical description. Received at every rep-resentatioa witb uorosnons SHOUTS OF LAUGHTER AND APPLAUSE I Prsvioas to tho Pantomime A SUPERB DISPLAY OF EXCITING ACTS IN THE ARENA. introducing all the priicipal r.R RIDIIKS AND ACROBATS attached to the frreat New-York Circu Troup la. rtAia up nunrt,MA.amr AND GYMNAMIC MKILU NATIONAL ACADEMY OF DESIGN. Now on view, tbe first annnal collection of tbe A mericaa Society of Paintera in Water Colors, Cole's "C ross aad tha World." and severs! hundred other paintings and eculptaree Admission to all the r alien -vi of the Academy. 33 centa; season ticket, good lor be Winter. SI. Corner ZM-t. and A-h-av. Day aad evening. T. ADDISON RICHARD. cor. ccretAry n. a. CITY REAL ESTATE. HOUSES FOR SALE WITH POSSESSION, by A. JOURNEAY. No. 1 Pine-st.: Weat 4Tta-sC,Det. Sth snd ta ata, brown-etonc . K,0ns Weet Aid-et., brown -ston 3Q.0U0 xxineton-av., orosra-sioae. East tTfl-st., brown-eione Last Thth-st.. brack Weet 134th-st brack AS S-O 11.100 7,500 13.IAAI UOK SALE THE VALUABLE PROPERTY ON A? THF. NORTHEAST CtiRNKR OP BROOMR AND ELIZABETH STS.. in this City, said lot being ltil feet on Broome-., and I'alfeet on Klixabeth-et.. with the atone chnrca editioe thereon. Apply to JOSEPH BRmKAW. lUu Broadway. tlOK MALE AN ELEGANT HOUSB AND LOT. t? 'A. 4x100. oorner Sth-av. and 37th-et with tot and stables adjoining on Ttb-st , SjxUM: aiao five lota, 13u.3a Ju, com.r Dir. ar. ana a. ux-BU appiy so n.bnau-SKY, Na Sj WUlim-et SITUATIONS AV ANTED. FEMALES. WANTED BY A COMPETENT YOUNO Woman a eituauoB as awamstreee: will aasint with ebamberwarjl or la th ear of children, if required: areas ea laniee' bair. and doe all kinds of family aew-ing: no objection to go in th c ialr. Inquir at Na 3o4 West 37ui-t., Bear 7tb-av for two da vs. City reference given. WANTED BY A FIRST-CLAbS LAUNDRRS. r with excellent Oitv relerence. a aitnaUoa in the City or s few miles in the country; doss up linens in sty!e, fl-atinz and tinery ; or as thorough chambermaid and to ao ftcs washing: is fall eompetenA Call at Na 3J3 East & h-et.. eottaare WAATRD BY A RE9PK.CTABLE YOUNG woman, nnderstandin all kinds of familv isvinr. Wheeler A Wilson a Pawmg-machine to go out by ths day, wets rr month. No objections to the country. Address SEAMSTRESS, No. "10 Woat 19th-st..near 7th-av. T AN A K O BY A PROTKSTANT YOUNG WO-V v man a aitnation a rewular waitrwsa: und'natanda her business thurouirhly in all its branches: ha s-ood City reference. Cxi. lor two days at No. 141 Waat Sotsv-st . in basement: a objection to tbe country. tA ANTED A blTUATlON A8 FTRST-CLASS vv lariv's maid and aeamatreas: nnderatands all kinds of txmilv sewing: iia farst-class batrdrjsser; has the best ol City r-ferenee. Call on Monday at Na 4s7 14th at-, near ist-av eecona ttoor. pack room. ll'ANTEU A SITUATION BY A RkSPECTA- ble young girl as CQilu a nurse and seamstress, or ss chambermaid and seamstress ; twa years in last place: Ci'v or conntry. A pply at .a a 3jb r-ast A2ta-se, between 1st and 3d av.. top tutor. ITT A NT ED A SITUATION BY A RESPKCTA-. vv ble youn - woman, to do general housswork, or would care children and do plain sewing: good reference from ber lsat place. Can be seen for two days at Ho. 134 l.li label h-at-, rear, top Boor. WANTED BY A UEoPECTABLR YOUNG vf woman a aitnation to do general housework in a private fam.ly. Call for two days at Na fil Oat, corner ot Ca-axine-st. V ANTED BY A PROTEsTANT WOMAN. A IT situation as cook;- understands hsr business thoronarhiy : bss good rsterences. Can be seen tor three davs a No. 44 Weat 1 3th -at-, first floor. ISANTED BY A NEAT, COMPETENT. CIVIL II girt, a eituaitona.rt:-aibormaia and waitress or to do boaeework. tn to City or country. Can be seen at No. 6 Sth-av. VVAXI K1-A SITUATION BY A GOOD GER-l man irirl to do general housework. Apply at Na 134 Chrystie-st.. petweea Stanton and Houston stc. Bear th liowery. first tlaor. in the siors. C OA' VANG. LEGAL DOCUMENT. AND ALL - kinds of papers copied at roar seat per folia Ad-dr H. M.. Box No. 144 Timet Office. MALES. r ANTED BY A SINGLE MAN. A SITUATION IT aseaechman aad groom: thoroaghly andtntands hit bosmsas; also, is a good vegetable gardener, and understands taking car ef a gentleman's plans: has the beet ef City relerence Address W. Bag Na Sbl JsaaesOfBoC ' WASTE"-BY A EESPECTABLB EAGUaH-maa , a situatioa a coachman aad groom ia City or country ; be thoroughly understand his business, and can gtv good City reference: no objection te maks bint-e f generally useful. Address R. W Box Ne 3U Tiavas Offie. . ANTED A SITUATION AS COACHMAN. BY a resnactaihla man who nes the best of City rsooas neads'ion aa to character aad oarability. Call or ad dress COACHMAN, privat stable, nie 47 West g9th-t, near Broadway. - W" AN TkD-A SITUATION BY A RKSPECT-abi Frotestaat maa aa waiter, valet or aootavant th best City refer nee a to boneaty, sopriety aad capability. Call or address TBOs. JOHNSON. Ne Sit West :Stb-t. rsar house coad floor, for ea wees. ANTED BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WO- aaen a ail nation te do general housework la a small private lamily; good Cltr referancec- Gail An twe Bay at laa as naorei., inas . ot.. svv mi . WANTED A SITUATION BY A YoUNG MAN as flrs'-eiaaa rardenor. wno knew hi bosmeaa in all It branches, and can eome wU rseominearisd, Ad dress J. O.. Boa Na 316 Tsass Othce .ktcii a firrniTin aa rviar-naaaw V v ana groom IB s reipsuiseia au7, iHa. ojas elf gsneraity awatoL Address W. H. G, Box Ne, 3U0 at SSBSawg slJJItaaa. AN TED-A SITUATION AS WAITER BY A respectable Englishman ; underlie as tut bine perfectly; ba good City reference Addx far tw aay A. At. C, Se 44 Wt ltnav-rt. YfT ANTED A SITUATION AS COACH MAM. II bossier, oc ea a larxo: exawnaea la ait; reeonunnduon: country tareierred. Adore A. AC, Box Ac 313 fawas Ogles, HELP WANTED. W ANTED AN UNUSUAL INDUCEMENT IS o Cared te book-keeper and aashior of maaafae-' tsarina; east otaer tabiishmat empjoying a nam her of men. to lncr.ee thr tneoms witaont mterf eneg with their regmlar datiec Addrna, witn ref raeee stating real aim aad VIsTt slaWyd. At, g. Be law. SS PoeOTOtnoe EMPLOYMENT FOR, LADIES LADI AS desinag a plssaaat aad proh table ampKymeaA s aoald leara to eosor photos-rap he LSOB as oil aad water lor at he 4t va-av. . - WANTED AN AMERICAN BOY, YEARS J sm. wH r idea iai ana Alitv eaa Aia Bareata. iA pply baior I e'oKM A. M. te th Aew-Y ark iaieua LITTLE DIW DROP! I OR THS IITILR DEW DHMPI I FAIKIefl' HOME. . l.li'l Lni iKW DkqPI IN THE PALAcS LirTI.R DKW DKOPI I OPNPPTl'Nrfl AlKVaA KW AND BKAUlirCLaCKNAU, AMUSEMENTS. WALLACK'S. Protinatoraad Mxaaa-ar ..Mr. LFSTES WALLACS THIN EVKNING, AND EVERY BVACNINO UNTIL FTJBTHKB CO ticstl -. win be prssests t. wttti esw soewerv cttsi1s E aueala. awei aaeeta, th eibrtl ilrh-aavteamT , ' llIAt.UbS uiuaa.ia beaeUfnl heaw Mory of , t r ol.lVKR TWIST faraeters by Measre J. W. WALLACE, E L. Di r-r.ryrtA. um), HULUANii. A, a. YOL.su. . WIIJ.iiuiuis tr ,i vatwww r n trf Wr.l.L. J. lro.Vard. W. It POPE. All uoin KYI l.itn. atrc tt.UMld, sites MAKY tlAMiit rr a i at MARY HfOTT. Mia CARMAN, Mass J. T I hi OA , Miss MONACLL. Ths manager res poet f Or aanosoee that tha saeeawnt .' .''rnisirstioB of CAtajiea Dtckeas pepaiar stery wi OLI VAH TWMT moat be witadiewa iu tue mra at 4 w BtrhU A gtv Biaee te fartkenmiBg asvsltse It aatwapeotfiil y aaaoonoed that . MR. LLaTKR WALLACE will aAartly Backs hie . FlktdT APPEAR ANOR . a twelve men the Due aouoe as alt b glr f SBS apeatag ef tae Bos-book fn hi Bisbtc Deort pB at YX 'leek. Performance eeasXswa) NIBLO'S GARDEN. ' Lease aad Manager ....... WM. WUBATLAT Door onei at T. begin Is. POSITrVBLY LAST NIGHT RUT FOOB OFTKS ULACK CROOK, Til Hull A V n-sL ai tasn wll be pertormed ta eetebrated spsaiasalag , M ' TUB BLACK CROOK, la trod act ng JARRKTT A PALMER'S GREAT PAR1MIFNN. at A LLA f TROUPbV as witneaeen nr o er I s.o.riu persons. ALL THA PR EM IKK KM AND FULL OORPS will appear t hi eveaina in N KW MA LI KTS. t iHIl.fi Vrw ABV THK OAKUI IMPERIALB AND OH DlhMK. lathetr MLUTAAtY MOVEMKN I A BaUJLJj VIVANDIERR. Ac SPLENDID SCENERY, COSTUMES AND SFFEOTaV SATURDAY nxt. at L PAKPWFLL MATINEK OF TUB BLACK OltQOat. Ia praparatioa. THE WHITE FAWN,-a Bw Fair Extravevaaac - Aa ain.siary to ta prodiacUoa of whih.thU luutment WILL HE CLOSED after SATURDAY EVENING. J A - HART 4. IwM " SEATS SECURED MX DAYS IN ADVAMlA OLYMPIC THKATHK BEGINS ATA JAMES E. HAYES. G. L. FOX r atAce Mawage C. W. TAYLBURE Pasiaos Msoawe A 0w. ANEW YEAR FEllIVALhl l4S. bixtssnth week ol the great shaiieaperM atowa. "A MlDbUMMftK NIGHT'S DHKAM," it n us rar wseta or KAQUIKITK PAIN UNO, SHAKKSPKARhS I'OK- 1KY. MKNll FT,SfH N 'S MUSM. THE MOST BEAUTIFUL COMBINATION EYKR OFFERED MIAKKNPRAkK'H HUMOR.I TrtANbFOKM ATIONS. DELIGHTFUL SINi-INO. ctioti umiu ai ii.iu. IN AMKRIO. Ixeo. 1- lot. as Bottom I Mia Rosa Gouko aa U4wfj t, SATURDAY EVKRY AFrhRNQOtC i be .enured at isast thr- a is la ad i a aess MATIN kK l Seats should I THRONGED tVfcilY MGHi. WORRELL SISTERS NKW-TORast THEATRE. Noc "28 aad T31 R"odway. EVERY NIGH I AND SATURDAY AFT ERNOOS. UNDER THE GAS-LIGHT Daly's. srrsat'T .aer3rrji dravmv. vita its wandwaL9 raUir3Vi mm it on. And aVoaM 4l kutm mad iif ta vmsVvm EXTRAORDINARY MATINEE ON NEW YEAR S DAY. TUESDAY BENEFIT OF O. T. PARSLCS. Jw. las. R N EY WILLIAMS' BHOAllWAl" THEATRE. THIS EVENING NEW YEAR'S DAY M ATINBw AND IKK Kh.OUL.AR A I LI ltil AX FAMILY MATINEK. MRS. D. P. BGWKKM. First anoearance in New-Y ork of Falconer's i tioa from Sir Walter Scott and ch';Ior, i-ou ltd MART bTCAKT. MART STUART. Mr. D. P. BOWRRS. WEDNESDAY NEW YEAR'S DAY M ATI HI Mm. D. P. 1MW EE as MARi fTUAaT, Ia preparation. Falconer PEEP O' DAY. PIKE'S OPERA HOUSE. ml-st., ccrner Sth-av. INAUliL UAL SEASON OF THB L V GRA GE ami BU1GNOL1 GRAND !l' h.IaN ui CKA COMPANY. MAX b'lRAKOSi n respeetially tanounoe that GRAND OPKNINO OF -PIKK'8 OPKKA HODsA v ON MONDAY KVKNLNG. Jan. A W9- . whan the oelebrated LA GRANGK AND BRIGNOU UOMPASIC will commesioe brief arms ot . . UKAKU II AUAa WKKA. The Compear comprise the following srtieasr AAAA ill 1A UKASUb. Miss ADAvLAlDS PHILLILPS- Mum J. MoCUtAeSOSB, 8ig. P. BBIGNOLL Bur. av. asavoeti mis ja r. a. huge OKLANDIMaad RANDOLFT. Bum. bUblNL OOLh 11 1 sn i M A StTA ll.,iial TtiMKlnr Jl. MlklLAa GRAND CHORUS AND COMPLETE OROUaTAVA, iirii.imi Bioni. MONDAY EVFNING. JAN. A loSA -IL TKOVATOkK. nar.ft fir PRICKM Admisnoa ftl SS: li u nfl aeata SO cents extra: private boxes tor ewe eight, ft.'; tw season of twelve nights at rat of Six ner autht. Sabscriitioa lists will opea for twelve nigh: fee S tbe ticket olEoe at Mesarc Cbloksruif A baa'e Bre. A way, oa Thursday next, at S A. M. N. B. The pubtie is reeoectfnl'y in formed fiat tbee are NO STOCK HOLDKRtt' BOXk S a SKAT rum ni st tn New Opera Uoaac Brery piae marked ea tsas diagram is at the diapossl of ths pehtic ' DICKENS' READINGS. TICKET ( Kan A. B aad E witbia a few lee ei Mr. Dtcaaaw ataad. for the course com meaning Jan. 3: alao (a tea. Bight. Apply at Na M n arrea-at aesoau uoor. DANCING C. H. RIVERS NEW AND ELEGANT DANCING AOADFMY. - ao. 11 :tattf-st.. mor o- icirt-s'. , i.ro mlya. THK FIN Kb 1' INSTITUTION Or THE KIND DI I AAK Ufllir.U hl lllS.1. These rooms ar now open f rt the reeeptioa of pa pit and formation of elaases. owveral new class are away foriaing. . ,,-.. Sor terms, arc, sena mot a circular, incwsaiwi pamphlet, containing a descri-toi ef tbe faanionanlgi quadrilies, and upw ra of ourhty bgares oi th Grma UK as Alt MO' B DANCING ACAOlidtl. a S3 STH-AV.. HORSES OF 14TH-ST.. NOW OPEN tUat THE bKAiOa. L A DIES' CLAS Wednestlay aad batarlxy. I A t P M MISSES snd MASTERS' Wdaeedey aad Satuaw daye 4 to 4 P. M. . -a GENTLEMEN Tuesday aad Friday sveamga. A I - o'clock- A. DOUYAORTH'S DANCING ACADEMY, NO. m riFTII-A V.. New-York. Morning and afternoon classes for children. Rvistag eiaaaea tor gntlemse For term aea J for a cironiar. UEDICAI. TO MARRIED AND SINGLE LADIES. PORTUGUESE FEMALE MONTHLY PILLS. In all case of atormg or irrega arity. from whale cause, they ar certain to sworeed in torty-eilit howra, rafeand healthv. They cannot fail tn an ease Prvee fit box. Dr. A.M. MAUKiCKAli. Profeaaor of Di. eases ol Woman, no. 13s Liberta-e or sent bv aaaa) letter envelope ' Dr. Maariceaa guarantee a saf eatf traraediate removal af all apecial trre--a antie in teaaaie wita sat without medicine, at on interview. Dr. Maurieeau i th aathurof " Tn A!rried Woman's Private Medical Companion," emctiv inlands) fur those who hsalth or rirsnmstacce forotd a ta raoid mureaae of famuv. Price 9 L bo.d atbuetne 139 Libsrty-st.. N. Y- or snt by mail, frs of postage A" PHYSIOLOGICAL VIEW OF MARRIAOA, Containing nearly 800 nags ad ISO fin plate) and engraving of tbe anatomy of the sexual organs, tw a ctat of health and disease w i th a treatise on aolf-tb as, ita deplorable oonseunencee upon the mind and body, with th author's plan of traatma tnaonly ration alaaj sncceasf ol mod of cwr. a shown by tb report of caws treated. A truthful adviaar of to aaamed and thaws -contemplating tcarnsca who nlrrtaia doubt ef toes physical condition. Sect, fre of postag,- to any art tin , en receipt of 3S cents, in apeeie or postage tampe AV drsss DrlLA CROXX. Ne 81 Maiden-Une. Albany. N. Y T O MARRIED LADIES. MADAME RES-TELL. Professor of Mi Ivr every over 3u ars, goaraaa-teesssa'S snd imasd: at removal of all obatrur tiosa from watevr eanae. arita or wit Boot rasdi-in. at oaa interview, or br maiL. Hr iNFAlXiHLR 1T.ENCJ MONTHLY PILLo, No. L prioaSl. or Na A pric Ss which are four degrees atrongsr. and can aevar fau, ar saf and healthy. Offie No. 1 Kelt &Jd-t.. first doe - from Sth-av.. or sent by man. A so oid at drugsu Na ISA Green wich-t.. ana xo. 31. Bowery. PRIVATE UIAKAtKt CVKEDBYDR. KENNEDY. Na LI Jtanrae-et in less tun thasi aar other, or no pay. Thousand whr rained, ar) bv Dr. KENNEDY satisfactorily, perfectly ear L A car ib from 1 ta A dava of Gonorraaaa, Giset, Stnctaraa, Pypbtti. and tM vnral diac witaoat masonry. Dr. KENNkDY'S reuisdie are toe only meuiciaeeea) earth te core eertaia dieeasec Hasten te DR. KKJt- KDY. ric UI otanton-t. uonaaitationa at aa a T ADIES WHO HAY E BEKa'tft FO AA-V A-3tanat and arc aboat to eaqu.r nursing, ea saw atleaaantaad wall forai-hsd rroma. careful sari log a4 akiitfal medical atteadanoe all femal coasp.ainra, from whatever cause predoMd. kiiuuUy trMtavov H, l. GKi-iJi.A.at-A.. A'aysiatAa ana a oecoenr. xaw. Amity-place - - . ALL TTN FORTUNATE S MAY CONFIDENTLY oonsalt Dr. GRINDLE, Nc A Amitr- pi ace Between meecxer aaa aaur - owr www mr-medvate reuef la an speeial aempiaiBte Ladia aheaaao) eoneult Dm. Gnad.e ianl guaranteed ia tAe mesa ebeuaate sees after all ethers hav failed ; elegaaa far taos requiring nursing. ltltuisin A all 1 AA F. VKrOHUK i l U f r4 3i rasmuaed v aana Dr. POWaKS' KbavKNCS Oat tirr Ka.-ait. Arins: Saminal Wckaec nxal iiebilit. Ijnraedimanta to Mamag-et Nervousness aavj 'hynsal laaaApasirwsalt of seif-absmc 131 trtaatoavesv. Di I - - - a,.aaaaa arltheaaa svswsi . in shora sir time thavaiaayether pnraan. r a pay takss. e. S Pinairra t Soekef stxty pages aad advie tree Di R ' ur f'BR'A HBO DROPS THE OSL.Y ,.i- rta that anil realiv car certain diseaaaax vnthoat injary ao tb onctitunoa; all other dry it tw SAB Dlq. t Pw vim. otot . saw lows. - DR. MUNTKR'S BOTANIC CunUIAl. rewtxree vigor f yoath in week: give aeaiaav" and trCth to ta aaost debilitated ; S3 per aottie vs. S Annswsv-st, Bsvwk eel raa SVsbaiMy, SS pa, gratie w HEN YOCTHPrt F41LLY Knill lct rmpotansry. Dr. KENNEDY'S tavigorstor pro iuevw neiovsu aa ea aniaaai raaeaion. ui r iiatna a. T ADIEV DERAAGEMKNTSClfiFDii? A-tn vraaen tjompown !-' rirrt. weaed. by nasaa, OasasaH, ar addree Dm POWARi, Nw. WI r-iastoa-a. CURE AT ONE; lal F.ilVIKV. OA4 aaamsd ladiea, Tot Dr. POWER. Othee. 171 btaaw has Paraodtoal Oompoaad guaranteed sflfsouaai. ADIES CAN ALWAYS HLLY'ha DAA, AA POWhRS' Uafailiag French Periodical Compoas AvSat riiUK OA tftV(tiS SAB iisJ, Wij am warns. - SJ,