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. - .: " " ' 3 t " 4 3 1 3 I ""IZm, TOR AND LfTIWWU Mi- " .:--- . A1 calldto i waew-Wado"!. dc - fl trnoo rHASCK. LIN ls -.r.TTcr ooi company's HA VILE, - B ntttftTfavTVEKl le-.. .lu-Mm Llub-horee pownr (irMt pewCX, YORK. .. FRIDAY, . .Dec S . Jul Boca on ,IBtlBs , i U '-' rues or r SLY AJeKRICAN T . AMD 1 ' C- W W-ti . U.. USE TO ENGLAND FRARCB Compeayi Srst- a-Taeil steamships A RA GO. end ru.N, savin He North v" w" " i. - . f vnuina. AA utn. k i . AIM u 1 II niiatl 111 A . $80 00 fa mmwnal nrr0 oa board. - oaetoatval- uprMMo, UJAAC KELL, Prealdan o. 7 BnMw, new- x otb. Tt 1,1 VfcKHOOtr CAlJJXJ AT l IH ubm I lia, aaiiiiiM aaaussauizi iiM8UtMlUil. - THTJrlSIAT....D 1 ilT i.milTIUnBI RtTllRDAT..1. UN. 1 nTT OfDUBUJ WKOWhSUAl.. .Da U CtTT or HAW-YORK SATUKP A V ...... . Dae. U mm ca 111 n HATUKDAY uAVKDaUDAII, , i - KATES OF PAH6AOR. ; - fftmruLRtiiiti unjia nuTtimsiT. fMUbti.. aoiHHr a. t llcMCetorarta....AlU6!&trft to Parte 0J FATAAI.B IV OOLD ' . , faaaafa V tkji WxImxUt iUum: Flrat Oabim, 3C; .faHMM aAaa forwmrdaA to Uavra, Hambrs. Bra- IliaiM-lM ratAaaiha aa Li iool ar Qnaaajatowm. $9 fkikato aaa WocaA Bra Of iirnui aaadiB- tor thair fnanoa. ' f rttoar tai. at Uva Oompaar' OHma Aat, No. U broadwkjr, adaw, HawYork. DAIIAOR TU AND VUOM fiftAT BUT lMdIULiaD d ULKLA.N U hr : TA PRCOTTp aa a tVONDOM and UTII RPOOL PACK. tTB, flllaI orarf woak. Fariiaa wtabtnr to aaad for toatr tnaaoa or raaat to taa Old UraaAry oaa do la am Ml anil tororatHa umi wr appirtnrio lAiDwl A . DSkAji nana w, No. M Booth-OA. 11 CTBaH TO AjONUO, THS BPLE.NDI0 O Bntoaa troa ataaaaahip CALL A. t.K0 towa. Cap. Ba7jJwoB,wrili aatt aa abova rroM Aar Mo. Aorta tuvar. mm TIJAMDAT. Ltea. A ror Maim, at uta tawaat rataa. tootr to CHA&. A. WHITXkV. Ko. M Broodwar. If or OTICKCHABOR OP 8AILUG. OWISO TO mii railrnr on tno Tu af rn.n Lao ilnaihin UORHO CABTLK will not taara lata poet for Havana till lao. m. aA 10 A. U. For rrV bTrrOTLD, TVLT.BTO A CO, Jto. Broadway. POB II AV AmA-DIRETT. Tll TpttadBtataa ataU atdorbaat atoaaahlp MOSRO 0A0TLE.lt. AkAira, Commaadar, will toava rler I MarUtBrra. oa fiUAAAY. Daa. 0, at 10 o'clock A. M., far aafM or . apply to - AX i Okb. TIIJtSTOW A CO. Broadway. Taa fanirtte ataamaKACt.K will aO OAsTUt aad laara Dae. 14. tao MOB- rRElOUT TUBOU Gil TO AUOlkTA OAB1RI, DOCTORTOWS AJTO TII09IASVIZ.1VK. GAH BTTTTIE EMPIilEtlDK-WllKEL USE. FBOAf P1EB fn. WORTH BITER, - FOOT OP MTAkkJiM-fiT. Bflla of ladiac naaad taroaaA to too aliora miaail Tha' rat tlaaa nda-wbaal atoaataaip BAN 8 ALVA -DOE, tit rot AtUiuid Mail Steamship Oompaay'a mw Baa, willlatra f tiaoanth diractoa ; iT. BATLRDA V.Dae. 1 UA. ' ' atfo'clouk P.M. pavciaalr. Prairat la bow bain- rooairad, aad Oil of lading fwr kifhad aad iiim4 oa tna wharf. jf . For faithor loformaUoa. or for paaaaga, barinx rplao- liA aoooouBaAitKma, appl to . . UAlAUlsOli A: ALLEY. AOE5TS. Mo. a Bowlinc-trreaa. Aroat al Saraaaahi . - . B. H. HARDEBV KOUCUAULKsTOS.S.l. BMOULAB CKTTED STATES al AIL USS OT DBAKADA, , 1 ' ' AMDALVSIA. s --'" ...... aab A,nngsa 4a, iSTI'ABD SATtTBDATS. pffl bo divpatolMd rroaspiiy at o'alooa. froia Piar St. 14 , kaoikiw, BUIa of lading aifaed oa board. Far.llWOT..rAto Tbo Baw and favorite a'aamahip 1, now reoainair aarg-o. aaa wui bo du patched aa WID. IUUAI, AM, a. aTUB CHA11IaKTO.. 8. C. PKOPLrTB MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPAIfT. , rMllY B. SOUDtt. pt-H. Loc wood etONKKA.. .Oapt. W UitMiiiil The a bora oplaadid etoamariipe will Wava ovary THURPUAY. atS P. AC, (rota Piar Bo, At North River, laaajnaJMg laa'llrg eargo at Uharlaatoa on atvaday mora- , fag afOKBKA toaaaaTHUHSDAY. iW 1. " ' frorliatghtaipaaiago, wwAiapaarpMaaa Aoeoamoda. "Moa, i .... . - , . ! i . AmK to' : . -.' UVWOSTOT. FOX CO., Ho. Ifl Broadway. Ooauniaoa at Chariaatoa, AR4JH1MALD, OEtTY A IU. All btUa of lading aicaad oa board tao ahip. ' Co. FOU KAVAJI.AI1 OIBBCX. I , , ,4J STAR LTTR, 8RMI-TrrrTKl,r. ' Wrf)XtSDAYS AND RATUfiDATS. rutltlti with railroad thronrboot Uonrrta aad i aia Tba Crat-laaa L'niutd Slatoa mail ataajBshipa Flor t - V F YlilMvSfcT. Fuui. OoaMAidw. BKVADA, CAitrvnTKB, OoBUuaader. COMSTTTbTION. Obkkxiiah. OotmaaaiW. AWt.MIUI lUA, Lxaxrr, Oataataadaav BrrrBOssBT i 01 AaU fr0t Pi wv. 13 North Hirer ffoot of Codar-atO WEDAr-bDAY, Doe. A. . j gl g'alorg P al. 5 ' . Tk C r A Vt A arm fallow aa KATURDAT. Dae. A tor froicht or peerage, having aptaaoid aooomaaoda- ?!. . . 1 4- . a K T A n, UUUalfl m hiiaijous, ' Ko. if Broedwan teata la Saras aaa. BBIOHAM. BALDWIN A CO. ireta-at irea oa oar aoraroa frtar jto. a. n I tiBMO dartag the Aay, AVCTxaAH,' OA. ATLARTIO COAST M ATT, STEAMSHIP COMPA2IY. BAll-WLEK.LYr oaaeatApf arita ratlroada throagaeat Ooorgia aad letoaauhire . . - i 8 I ON. tpC J, B, BaXXAi , Oapt. EutlDl; Ct. WinrnrinT: rt3if s r,ii h . v . A laart Pier No, North Riw. erary V fcbSESDAY aad SATURDAY, a A P. AA. Thaaa ateamara are aa-rtralod Air eneed aad aeaaaaaer aooaaaaHHlatiora. . . No. 14 Broadway. A feat at Saraaaah. J90. R. WlLDBB, who-wiU iar-ethrd aO aooda tatoaded ar the to tonne. I dvA BAtAaef avtoag aigaad oa board the thlp. : ru&IATilH AH CIRKCT - KMPIBB 8m(.WRIL O Thai rat tUa ateeatahip BAN JACINTO, of the At. fsTO, of the it. tie Alert ateeaeehtp Obanpaay'a hear Bat, win leave Jaeaaaah dareetaa aAI LaUAYl Deo. a. at Sp'aiock a, at irtMa.r. aJ"ao.oAaa tar Aameta, Dartaa, Dortortotra gad arvUK aad harough bthf of lajlog aweod fcFer Sro4gtr utiage, aariag gplaadid tofommoda- ? .liLs:0 OMVasos VijLL. fewta4BeraaaeA,B.M.HABiJB. aTOU SA VAN Ai All . WXXXXX&DAYo AND SAtCRDATB. ... WVlaPaaaaga ..-.fS.DocAi' lit- t uiiiiiiiiihiiii : - I ' ;T" PfRrr"t.., HIK. 1-BOim.Xi, Capt. paXASoX, rv, KooKM. 5 , , . . ''aleVOeTt Can. Boa Tat. ' 1 ITV! vrra ixuver. 'Ueh P. u. oTat froAghA af trt-laaa paaaage apply to LEV. 14 U JO. AJt.o.U Broadway, , aaaaae piy aa ooari. . ta aeeaaaaa. Ul.MHaUtMNSbU . Jw AAV A-BSi AH, OF.OHMA.-lilRHArS ae4 Itorida, TheBret-elau ateaatahtco X.0D1AC, DaAAB.a!, Oommamlrr, 1 a, " - v 1 HGO. fee ua-lT. CaatauBwi , fccuiT.CnakBuiBder. ITMTTM0 wtlt aaii from Pier io. eg , er IreJgkter at, aVAt LSKA V. lee. A cIAVpnrW. Ko. a SeeAb-ot, V DL A end tatermediate laa jlaae. . . tatermediate Uataga. "bleary Ian aad apMadiJ a a cviaji 1 L ' . . . mm er tea abora peine evry WED.'LS- VlVrSELAlXl bp tag SATV ED AT"8 ateaaaca ixoemfeew- ft. V WA JTj. VMf VI... W - r r i .,.. rz: jut to l v i vrtwm W to ld at Brest wiTlbs fnaaktO ng. ia , ngg) affirm. A. 69 , . .TTLTJCvard to f'.pwaiM-. (Oread HtoU 71 WZrZrvru. U-Ll A cxx ruL m.v FL 17-u 7 .IWas .1 Falmouth. AS follows: yLTOs.,. ...Jamm a. wott-s . V g J2t K 40O. .M"T A. Uktvt Jn- au, l. JA - h, r-aesae Wa -sHippino- " " a aaaa. -y f , -y- ai-jJl-PXJaj rACiFio xxaix. tTKAKahtp coaiwT - THSOVOH LOT TO AJTD eififtfi5frttr7HiYinyTATd kTto MAH. Caoal at. at U taava Ptor Ka. t Itarth Rrrar. o a'aioek ainl. a tbo lai. lltk asd Hat aapt waaa t&oaa data fail om Soitdi toot of i Bandar. aaA thoa m iAa Satordar. for A8PI.NWA1 aoaaogtlaf. rt irooo. mn ono of ui oonpaar'a atoaauhtso i fark AM fiCANCiAOO. faaValaw a4 AOX. frtna p. - BAT, onananUag kinivoitfl. 11th. AT WP- CITt, Car. imaoVl. !oetiaf with GO! tut. witk rtoroa of la aad n .ft 4W tar SOUTH PACIFIC W)BT ft T K i? -touch at MiKZiniLLO. laKUUua PASSAGE RATES. XV CURRENCY. sirst utiti iimi Cseto. laved GaaAa. gnwaaa MM Ala A . A diaeoaat of OVaVFOURTM from atoeatere' rates aA- mwm 1 1 to eeooad eaira aad at ear ago llioa. Oa haaitrad pswadVi Vacrajra Baggage niaetof aooowjpaay bag toad to ladieo aad ohildroa ui allowed each adnlt. gago thrwaga. aad at amooat aaale protect or a. Baggage received aa tbo doek. the day AM ffMMVM OB tbA AMk. Alk Am.w lilliw iliiia from rUemboete, raiiroada aad paaaaagara, aba seeier to Bead dowa aarlr. i rzpertocwod ewxgeoa I I board.' bfadiclaao aad at- teanaaoe ij aa. VAHA, Pi poeaaM ttckota or farthar teraraaaUoaa r Uokot aflea, oa the wjiarf foot of V. W. O BEIXOWS, Agent OPPOSITION LIRE TO CALIFORHLA. RtDDOlD vnmt nt Piuini. PiTvtnaae. BoooadClaaa. Third Claat, e.M. 17. . tlOO. ChUdrea to 13 yeare, half prtog; ander (, Charter prior. I0D mmmiAm tatnn fra The Ceatral A marine a frunt Cabuu will Mmeteh- oa WEDNESDAY, Doe. 30. at aooa. from Piero. 2S riorui Ktrer. too aew aad eiegaat ateamahlp baxi i LAtxtJ urn L.'UitA. tJaDa. J. vr. n Fa paaeage agpiy at Ka, ITT "Wrrt-et., comer of 'VTar- in. IX. tk. OAJliiIOTOJI. Agent. w. . . a WV1.V w mi v. . .... a i XEW.YORK AND CALIf ORMIA EXPRESS ASD CHAfiGK COMPAXY. h'O. M BROADWAY. Wrv OBK- HIPPERS OP FREIGHT TO TUB CIFIO COAST will cWaae take notioe that ha vim bhea appoiated Freight Ageata Paeille AAail bteamahip Compaay, we are aow prepared to receive freigbte far 'California. Oregon, Nevada, Washington Territory. Bandwioh Ialaatia, Cantral Amartea aad west aoast of Dee lb ror ratea anpty at or otnoe, a a. at oroaaway, or rretgnt ffiee aa dook foot of Oaaal-et, Htasmars win sail 1st, Uta, and 21st of each month; tboae dates fallinf oa Bnnday, oa preeediog Hater day. No alow freiyht reoeived en day of sailing. Freight 1IU8T BR DaXrVERSD ON DOCK FOOT OP CA. SAi-eT. Bills of lading wtU bo iaaaed at No. 84 Broed. Iway. Oar aseal peokage express will be aeat by each steamer, aaa win eloss at 10 A. at. on sailing oay. uw WtAer bags wiil eloee at lli A. AL For oonvenieBoe of trar np-Cown envtoreer. Wtter bags will be kept at the Fletropolitao Hotel and oa the dock, foot of Caaal-et. Oar FRANKED EN VKLOPEU will be oa sale at the offtce of the hotel, aad at oar office, No. 84 Broadway, aad Canal at dock. Aii letters seat throng aa mast be la Gorsranisnt '"ghTKichaiure oa Baa Franeiseo for sale. Teiegraphie transfers of moosy made to au points reach i by the wiree oa West Lktest. Caltf oraia eonpoaa bonght at beat ratrs. WKIXB. FARGO A CO. FOIl CALIKORMA VIA PANAMA. ThePaeiSo Mail 8tamahB Company's steamer ATLANTIC wiU aail on MONDAY, Dec 11. at 13 o'clock M. Freight reoeived daily at Pier No. 43 North River, foot of Oeoal-et.. from I AH. unt.il 4 P. At, closing at 3 P. M. oa the Mb, for alow, and o'clock A. M. nth for fast freight, WELLS, FARGO A CO., Sola Freight Agent P. at 8. B. CO. PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY. NOTICR TO CONSIGNEES. Consignees of freight per Pacific Mail 8 teaman ip Company itAtmn will receive order for delivery at the otnoe of Wells, Fargo A Co., No. at Broadway, epoa ear- fender of their mils of lading. Goods I remaining on tao wharf v tweaty-foer boars after diaoharga wiU be stored at expense and risk of oonsignssa. WtvLUi, sakuo a w., Sole Agent P. AC R. ti. Co. FOJi fUCUJlUXD. CITY POINT AND KORPOLK. GOES TO THE WHARP AT FICHMOKD. The new and elegant 8IDE-WHEEL steansliips HATTERAH, Capt. Lcwig Paabish, every bATUR- UAI.lt U M. ALBKMARLR, Cap. H. A. Boumxx, , every WEDHES- vax. ai n at.. FROM PIER WO. 3 KORTH RIVER. Freight for Newborn, N. C. and all point on Roanoke River, as far aa Halifax, forwarded by oar agent at Norfolk, free of charge. Povfreight or paaeage, having anenrpatMod aoooinmo-dauona. Apply to LIVINGSTON. FOX A CO.. No. 141 Broadway. Freight reoeived on oar covered pier. No. SB North River, at all tune daring bnainees hoars. Goods eonsigned to oar eddreee promptly for'wardad. All bills of lading signed oa board the ahip. FOR FORFULK, CITY POINT AND RICHMOND. GOES TO THE WHARF AT RICHMOND. From Pier No. 21. North River, foot of Fnlton-eC, The aew aad el rant udr wheel steamship, NIAGARA, Gaonoa W. Cc uch. Commander. Leave every bATUBUAY. at 3 o clock P. M. tsoosuaodAunni nnrarp.-iae- d. U. A11N1CBN A PALMORB. No. lli Broadway NEW-ORLEANS DIRECT. WEDNESDAYS and SATTTRD A 8. The New-York Mail bteamanip Oomneay'e steamsmp EVENING SlAR nil Asave on bATUKUAY. D-o. a, at 3 P. M, from the Company'a Pier, No. 4a North Ktven For freight or passage apply to JAAtKS A. KAYAOR. No. 10 Barolay-st. bse-v VOU NKW-OHA.KANS IJIIIF'.C'T. ATLAJtnO AND MISSISSIPPI STEAMSHIP LINK, eompoeed of firat-eiaas eteamers. having large freight Capacity, god superior aoeomruodai lor.t for psessngera. 40 FIRST CAKKN PA8SA.OB11! The new (earner MISSOURI. James bHtKMAAl, Oom-msnder, will sail from Pier No. 13, North River, foot of Cedar-eL. SATURDAY. Dec. . at S o'cl-ck P. M. The well-known and popelar ateemur M Al ANZ AJB, Luis-OAo, Commander, will sail HA TURD AY, Deo. 16. Tk'oorh bills of lading leaned for all points on the Alis-sisippi and Ohio Hirers, ia connection with the Atlantic and Mississippi Steamship Company, of St. Louis. I or freight or .J ALLEN. Agents, No. SJU.iwlin(7-green. Or J. KAGfcR eTCU Agenti of the Atlaatie and Misaiasippi Steamship Oom-pany, of Louis, No. 41 Utoau-et, New-York. a5blf N E W-LBAN "VAA II A VAN A. TUX ELEGANT STEAMSHIP YAZOO, Jom ThompsoM, Commander, Having been thoroughly overhauled and refitted, will leave Pier No. Ai, North River, ui lulton-fit., tor the above named porta, on THURSDAY, Dec It, at 3 O'clock P. M. , , Hills of lading signed on the wharf. For freight or passage, with snperior aocowUBOdation, pp,G.HiJfriSA?i A PALMORE, No. 1U Broadway. FOR KEW-UHLKANs DIHECT. THE COASTWISE COM PAST Will dUcttch the A 1 steamer FLAG, G. W. Bboww, Crttnman1er, On TTTESDA Y. Deo. A at 3 o'clock f. AL. from Pier No. K North River, foot of Warren-et. Aputy at Cotaneny s omoe, isc in n e corner rr arren-at. D. N. CARBXNGTON. ALABAMA folio we Dee. 16. FUlt N EW-OULEAN S. DIRECT. The United States mail steamship UNITED STATES, Capt. Shaw, will leave Pier No. . H, oa SATURDAY, Dec a. at S P. M. Passage, with unsurpassed seeommaannine. 00-Apply to U. hi CUOM VVKLI. A Co., No. HI WelUt, FOR N P:V-0 R LEA 5 D1REI T- PLACK MTAR LINK The tin-t-ciAt ctsarnshiD MAHWI- ON. Cant. E. R. WaIWaw, will leave Pier No. 13 North Riv er, on 6ATURDAY. Dec . at o'clock P. AC. precisely. For freieht or oasaase. having handsome acoomrnoaa- at. AAJrTlc. Airoii No. 54 Walt-at. HUM, .VIH' W ' J M Biiia of lading since on tnswDen. CI AO. A. FOSD1CK. Agent in New-Orleanc FUR MOBILE DIHKCT. REGULAR LINE. .' t f - - The nrat--Jaa atcanitthrna GULF CITY. Capt, Jamks tUmtT. GULF STKtAM. Cvt- KossBT Mover. VICK8BURUH, Cept. Wiujam r'. McCxUT. MKKCED1TA. Capt K. C. WnJ.lAws, Per freight or passage, with superior aeoommndatlona, avplrto SMITH A DUNNING, V No.as8onth-st. Extra freight will be charged on all go-dt for which billa erf lading ra not taken out beiore the steamer sails VOBTW I LMINlsTtTxTN. cJ. OIRECtT" ATLANTIC COAST MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY. WEEslL'i, 14 N E-RALEIGH, t ail. WaiXXA. A DECK, Cap. , The new and aUgant ateamship ADELE, la now receiving freight at Pier No. 9 North River, aad will aail for the above port on SATURDAY, Dec a. at 3 p. M. For freight or passage, bavin r Vfrv e pen rrr accommodation, apply to LIVINGSTON. FOX A CO., No. 141 Broadway. Agents at Wumt-agtea, HARRISS A HOWELL, who will forward all goods intended for the interior. Bills of lading a tuned oa board the vesseL COMMERCIAL L13K OfU.&M. 8TKAMSH1P3 STOR, WILM1SOTOS. N. C. FAIRBANKS. Capt. ALU. Hcster. ' WA1. P. CLYDJr Capt-Jaa. a. U. in.ua. WaSHINGTO.-a, Capt. . a ij.t u. The A 1 ateamsttip tvM. P. CLYDai ia aow receiving freigbt, and will sail on WBDEhDAY. Dec , at 4 P. M. 8wperter aeeeauaottations for passengers. For freight or ovTtsj; apply TO unAS. n. iw, , I ewm rt ., tJi HAND, No. UT Wallet, . AXIU WILMISOTO.Y, X. C. .torrsMT.AKDEB. ' - XxcnaY Maeter ta aow rtceiving carro, ti 1 will be dirWatobed from Pier No. 1A East River, nWKl A ADA s, tta ilea, at a P. AC por freight or parses aptJy to aainua A-cevJAA, Fc TI WilUam-at. Il.A:OPauAlNU OP THE OiTU)B aTY BgatimflTI tsft L1NK PlllLADiXPiiXA. Bids whel at A DM1 HAL, NVTTOts, Comgaa-jar,' EASTP.rt.N CITY, MrrnaT, C Tka steamer ADMIRAIa is now rooaiving rarro at Pier No. 4 North aUver, and wiU atul oa TCa-DAY, Atoc a at r. as. For rate of frrhA , e.,j spplf to TUOstJi A AUIiAiS No. lit Cedar-, COSsIQtKKSOF NKRCHAKUUEPKR ateasnsh'p cftfiwieei are tefuimad Uiat the achooeara vhl.-K tMuht tine sin eg the sons eeaeet rrnea Arkastsr now eecnsrging Ail taAOrnvatioa. will be --oJjjao-a a cox a. awm-. LEGAL. NOTICES. -FN PCRSl'AXCKOP AN ORDER OPROS. mtmZA to hihit the uluA. With tha eonchoro there C te taa eabeenber at hie oSee, Ba ePWeet-eA, in the tat of Nw-Y ock. on or before the twentieth dag e May sil. Iata IN or. ii r-ea. - 1 AigiUaI wO-U H. LESTKB, a rtailgrat rgtor. DECEMBEK. aav nfaT CnAUSCEY. Coot. G with CMIf RTlTIITtnit a, lAWaLLU SaALtAKJA ae-4 -bnrrogateattae voantT fof kiut aotAe ia bare by given, awrrtiogte lew to sB rerrT kang e'limA AAUt JtlUliDa LC5TEK, tmmm4 ik. cite mi Braokii'n- decease A. that they are re- llXLGOODS. swefrn he. PITOF at COKPAaTT - e SMX Sa BROADWAY, ' : nrarorjia to cloab . - KXTAIL D EP ARTXENT8 01 THEIR BUSINESS .!! J. Jam. tm laaf. ' . ' nfl affar, aartQ that data, their anAirg veAel atgch ' OF HOr f EKatEPIN O AND TTPHOLITKllY DBT CKXD0) DU)(ik GREATLY REUUCZD PRICES. "aJAta, CURTAINS, BLANaCETS, . Axx. Ac. Aa . ' PATON A OO If PANT, Bo. Kl Broadway. MOUB.NINO OOODB. . GREAT BARGAINS. FROM AUCTION. Twenty per asat, below aoat of taportatlaa. 0-4 Pertmaeeir Cloth at SL ery flee. 0-4 Parlmaatlr Cloth at $1 St, aaperfhc 4-t grapreae Cloth at $1, haadsoms goods. M Engluh BombaaiDaoat $1 SOL worth tlSE a-t English Bombaalaes at fa, worth $3. 4-4 French Bcanbaaraea. very nae, at S3, worth AA Blaek Alpaeaa at aa. tVL, Sc, as. tL, and 4c, aloe goodc Black Arpaoaa at OSKc, worth $L Blaok Alpaeaa at tTHU worth SI 88. Bkeak Alpaeaa at (L warth $1 TA 4-4 Blaek aad White Atortne Bkirtinc at $1 oa r Handsome Poplins at tattc, worth $L BLACK CRAPE CLOTH, a new artiste. Tarda wide; $U par drees; a very beaatiful fa brie, aad ztramaly ehaap. W. JACKSON, Importer aad Dealer ia Monramg Goods, No. 461 Broadway, opnoaito Tiffany A Co.'s. HOLIDAY REDUCTIONS I AT LORD A TAYLOR'S, Noc 461 ta 4ST BROADWAY. Now. 354, 3ST, 390 aad 381 GRAND-ST. Noc 47 and 49 CATHARINE-ST. RICH LYONS DRESS SILKS. also, LOW-PRICED DRESS SILKS. HOLIDAY REDUCTIONS: AT LORD A TAYLOR'S. Boa. 461, 483, 483 and 467 BROADWAY. Hoc 363, 36T, 360 and 3E1 GRAND-ST. Noc 4Taad 49 CATHARINE-ST. EXTRA RICH LACES AND EMBROIDERIES la great variety. Also, Low-priced LACES AND EMBROIDERIES HOLIDAY REDUCTIONS 1 AT LORD A TAYLOR'S. Noc 461. 463, 4SS aad 467 BROADWAY. Noc 369, 367, 390 and 381 GRAND-ST. Noc 47 and 49 C ATH ARINE-8T. FASHIONABLE CLOAKS AND BAOQTJES. " ALSO, FASHIONABLE FALL AND WINTER SHAWLS. HOLIDAY REDUCTIONS I AT LORD A TAYLOR'S. Noc 48L 483, 403 and 467 BROADWAY, Noc SSS, 357. 359 and 381 GRAND-ST. Noc 47 aad 49 C ATH A RINE-ST. FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS of every description: alao a large asaortment of CHEAP DRESS GOODS ! REDUCED' FOR THE HOLIDAYS I M THY. LADIES' FURNISHING DEPARTMENT. Mourning Robes, Robaa da Ohambre, Waists, Skirts, Chemises, Cape, Ac, Ac ALSO, MISSES' AND BOYS Wardrobaa, Coats, Blouses, Hate Cap, Boys' Suit. Waists, Underclothing. Ac Alao, Infante' Wardrobes, Bridal Outfits, Ac REDUCED FOR THE HOLIDAY 8 AT LORD A TAYLOR'S, Noc 48L 463. 46S and 487 BROADWAY. Noc 355, 367, 339 aad 381 GRAND-ST., Noc 47 aad 49 CATHARINE-ST. QUILTS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS. Domestics, Li none. Napkins, Counterpanes. Laos Curtains, Drsperiea. Curtain Material, Corntoee, Piano and Table Covers, Ac. Ac 8 E LLI IS GOP F - 8E L LI N Ci OFF. AND NO BOGUS &ALK. JAMES TUCKER'S removal from No. 730 Broadway i imperative next Spring, IX. Now. than, tha temptation for tha discerning publio: J. T-. offers a large and rich stock of millinery materials at a heavy sacrifioc TAILORS, MILLINERS AND DRESSMAKERS dealt with liberally. Upright glass eases for talc No. T5 Broadway. 4JRAPA- CLOTHS FOH UREASUs, A NEW ARTICLK, over two yards wide Call aad sos them. W. JACKSON. No. SSI Broadway, Opposite Tiffany A Co. GREAT RUSH FOR CHEAP GOODS. BARGAINS Df EVERY DEPARTMENT. NO OLD STOCK TO PUSH OI P OS CUSTOMERS AT HIGH RATKS, BUT NEW GOODS. AT NEW PRICES. A LIVELY TRADE AND CHEAP GOODS THE MOTTO. GREAT DECLINE IN PRICES. DIt Y i-OODJ AT PA IO RATES. COTTON GOODS "WAY DOWN." BKsT MUSLINS at I cent e yard prorit. Throueh the duil wint -r months ws purpose giving our oustomers " lots of bargain," in short w intend to sell goous nearly at ooet, sn 1 thus kssp things moving, and n jt allow dull trade to maks onr acquaintance bo tooX out for bargain-, aad whan 0Jhffra8 No. 373 BlceoVer-at., oorner Commerce EXTRAORDINARY AND IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. OUR WHOLE STOCK. IN ALL ABOUT eiacouq. OF Point Lace Collars. Seta and Hen kerchiefs, Point. Cheny and V'a'encienne Laoee; b'ack Thread Lrs, Vails, Coiffures and Bar bee; French and Scotch Embroidered Collars and Seta; Plain and Embroidered Handkerchief a ; Real and Imitation La ' Handkerchief; Embroidered Bsnds, KdtfinK and Insertions; buk Searla, Head-dreeee. Ac In fact all our valuable and choice stock will be offered PUR THIRTY DAY'S. AT GREATLY REDUCED P RICES. in otder to make room for fa-ininpoi rtat on. Laws a CO., Ne 477 Broadway. - CLOAK AND MANTILLA ESTABLISHMENT, At Ne and Canal-sU, . Under tha Brsndreth Uouae PARISIAN VELVET CLOAKS. tha latent k PEHA CLOAKS, EfdVof "wiEK MAhS'r BtU'0"n InaUgantrtylaA ADOLPH NEW. -No. 398, tha first store in Canai-at Ne 3A TO MILLINERS AND COUNTRY . BTOREKEEPERS. WHOLESALE. AT GBAND-aT. CHEAP STORE. Wa out Millinery Good cheaper than down-town Jobbers aell whole piece".. Call. . Mark ths address, Noc nil and 31 U, Grand and 68 Allen ate, fifth block east from the Bowery. Entrance to tha Whleaale Department, Kc 06 Al- ftarond floor Straw and Fe'lt Goodc Third Door Ribbons, Millinery aad Silk Goodc Fourth floor Case Goods only. ' NOCRMSG UONNETS. A MOST BEAUTTPUL STtK'K. JOVK CHOICE NOVELTIES THIS WEEK. N. B- JUhT RECEIVED 9-4 BLACK CAtAPB CLOTH, a aew article for drees at JACKSON'S MOURNING STORE, Ne 651 Broadway, between Spriag aad Priaoe , ioiie Tigany A Co. BEADS BEADS LI DIlADaTTt . AND FANCY GOODS. ' ' M. P. BROWN, Importer, ' :. j . .. Ne la Pearl-at . New-Ye A T DE PERCEVAL'S. NO. 53 BROAD WAY. All kinds of CHILDREN'S CLOAKS and 8 CITS, dreeeee sacks, ahawla, eweetav cbeauaee, ao- Uuaie waiste apron, mia -. Ac Ladies7 embroidered ebemiaea aad nightgown ykea. ready-made aeder-garmeoU aad rnflied skirte Vane tie of Udiee' and. miaees' seta and bABakerohieic Inttiala aad ooete-of-erme ambrotaered on handker-ehiefa. tabie aad bed baea,aiik aad cotton embroiUeriaa. brwdiag made to tarder, tag pug I or awbroioanae and breidmg aaeeotod periecUy. - 'a nrT TT V TT O W l.tDIES THK NEW-YORK FUR MANUFACTUBXNO COMPANY. NcOSChet-a-eC opposite Crook's white aiarbte hotel. 6eU OS .,) nnvarX Brook mink eollar aad man, a)T aa, reaen mmk ooliar aad muff, fa , Mink aaUe htch marten, STh-ruu, mimL ermine and aa eadleea variety of aB ether fur equally a low. Aiaering jpepeirine; to i-. a . tLuia eivea to oorcbssers to Bl ajrainst saothc FLEMING, Maaafier. FI HS I PURS 1 1 THE FINEST AJU KUHUT .took s FmVto be fonad as at rLEAilNG No. 9 Xiroadway. corner e Fnltoa-at.; aUe, a epAeaJd swtom offaney robaa, rage, ladies' akaxing cape, gvut s fur mm, coUaVa, glove and hats ana aa. of every stria and auaUty. as ear manafarawtngt ariose - - - . - MILLINERY. A GREAT REDlCTlOBf T-V- wi ml r A I.I. AND IN PRICES WINTER 1LU-1TIN AND SILK fc: CO V OT RAVA. BoNNETh; alao DERB Y, and OCKXY MATS in I t aanete. aalHaa rea-ardless of oootat T . T KlaCMiANS. Aa AImmolNS. No. 4a? Broadway. ARBLK MAN TKLSrTHS PLACX BEST At A ia toe City to garsnaaw am. 'TT1 deeiaras at very low pnoae SUA .alDs .avereto ocas. se ae m.mmm "i -i mm ii ii I - . r . . w - - . . mi w !...,. a MUSIMNWevV T r . . f A AA.aaiisaaa (ACADEMY OI MUSIC TO-AICHT. ea4ePtJel fTavaa i e4V ee ) eJwasl I .. - ITALIAN OPE&A. rid, aa AtXTtm-Ttrh MmU TO-NTGBT M A NTH A. TUTS Oaondavl EVENING. Dec A at 3. TWRNT11 ETH NIUUT-SECOJID UBSCRIPTION. WiU be prodaeed A toteWa br illiaaA aad apafkhaa opera. AAI AAA, WaJ. Us r-y and aemuUte east, rnclndiap MISS CLARA LOl wins a nti.A i n 'LAM A LAJLLUK fCElJ KELXOGO. ' Sigaav ET; LBFaUS. . ' CeejdrAuesr rnitaara, ANTO NTfef. CARL BE&GMANN TOhWBBOWfWaaooday RVKNINQ. Dec A at V6, uveeiy suss nam, aeoanej aaiisai iiiiinaj TKB UfAlkJlgKI.V liTOTlirri AAV OPEAU. - a, AFRIC A1N E. THTTHS D A T-Opera tn Brookrya CMSPTJO. FRIDAY EVEN INiL' AFRICA INK. SATURDAY AFTERNOON GRAND MATIN XX. Ifiiiml seats aad taeaeto for the abuse aaraed par. fni maatwa may aow be had at all she ticket omose, vis. J The box-omee of the Academy: Beer A Sehlrmar'A Mo. Kl Broadway ; Pead A Co. . No. U Broadway: Scha-berth A Cc's, No. MB Bread eay, aaa Soot Anthony A Co. 'a. Kc n l asssa at, BROOKLYN ACADEMY OF MUSIC. Direotor MAX MARXTEKK ITALIAN OPERA. P MM lit Welti aof a its arrtsr to ftaew-rerS JTwatif, On THURSDAY EVEN lNO, Dec f, at TX (iBAsD OA LA NIGHT. By pcrUenlar reoaeet, CRlSPlHo K LA COMARK, (THE COBBLER AND THE FAIRY.) wi'B Its exJraoraiaarf nriuiaat ana oomptete The eJ of v nerved Beats aad tArketo will THIS MORNING, in Brooklyn, at the boxX&ee wf the Aoademy, aad ia New-York at Boat, Aatheay A Cc a. No. 21 Naseae-et. ACADEMY OF MUSIC. rUf aaaMfrtsisjil atessaer txhurHm to IA Wtm-Tmk fttrmli. BENEFIT THE FRFNCH TTENRVOLBNT SOCIETY. SATURDAY EVENING. Dee A lafie, for tha last time of too eeeaoa, prenows to tha aepartara of the spare troupe for Beetoa. CRLSPI.VO B LA COMARR. (THE COBBLER AND TUB FAIRY.) with tbo third act of Meyerbeer's grand opera, ROBERT LK DIABLB. Beats may be aeuaied st tha inside ticket ofnee of the Academy of Moeio, aad at Beer A Sohirmer's, Ne 7ul Broadway: Sohaberth A Co.'s, No. AA Broadway; Root, Anthony A Co.'s, Ne a Nassaa-st. NEW BOWERY THEATRE. Hole Propneter Mr. J. W. Lingard rAuuSuofiaaifuiW tmeeat siMrNe fa IA JVnm- Ymrk iitrmld. The magnilioent Drama of . ROBIN HOOD, TUB BOLD OUTLAW, and tha Drama of the TARTAR HORDE, aad tha BLESSED BABY. Mr. Walter Qrisdele, Mrs. W. G. Jones, Gee Brookes, Mr. G. W. Thompson, G. W. Lingard, Miss Annie Hyatt, and the whole company. THANKSGIVING. Afternoon and evening Five grand entertainmentc TEMPLE OF MUSIC. Corner Grand and Crosby etc, one block east of Broadway, THE ONLY FIRE-PROOF HALL OF AMUSEMENT IN THK CITY. Grand and unprecedented snccess of . . THUHPK AO YEKLNSM IN STKKL NATIONALITIES. The great artiste, DONALDSON. WHITE, BOLUS. ' CLIFFORD, GIANT CLARK BROTHERS, AND OTHER CELEBRATED FAVORTES ,TwoTTsnd sntertalnmenta Thanksgiving Dsy. RET RIBUTION: OA THE DOWAD ALL Of UUADUU. fevery evening, commenoin ng MONDAY, Lesa. A. AO-60 osntc Doors open at IX: mission 30 cent j parqast commencing T Si COOPER INSTITUTE. THANKSGIVING FESTIVAL, On rHURSDAYrDee. 7. 1 985, A VT E RN OON AND EVENING. GRAND POPULAR CONCERT, THEODORE THOMAS ASD HIS CELEBRATED ORCHESTRA. SoLOtwr.: M EFFIE pYrkHURST. TickeU for Evening Concert fl TiokeUfor Matinee SOOanta Children half price Afternoon Concert to oommence at 0 o clock F. - At. Doors ooen st A Rvening Concert to oommeaoe at 8 o'clock P. AC Doors open at T. ' Tickets and programme eaa be had at Steinway A Boas'. Noc 71 and T3 East ltth-et.: Beer A rich inner a, Ne 701 Broadway: Sohnb'rth A CeV Ne 839 Broadway; at Horace Waters1, Ne 481 Broadway; and at Boot As-thony A Cc's, Ne 31 Naesan-et. TONY PASTOR'S OPERA HOUSE. EVE?YNiITHVElJA'N ON THANKSGIVING DAY, ATSO'CLOCK, will be presented the new SENSATION A L ALLEGORICAL IRISH DRAMA, entitled THE FENIAN'S DREAM: or, IRELAND FREE AT LAST, written expressly for this setshishment. Previous to too piece, TONY PASTOR and the whole troupe in a mammoth programme of novelties. RAILROADS. RARITAN AND DELAWARE 'BAY RAILROAD. FALL ARRANGEMENTS. 19 nOMUEMClNO MONDAY. SEPT. IA PASSENGER LINES FOR OAMDKN. MANCHESTER AND LONG BRANCH. The steamer J ESSE HOYT. Capt. 6xXT, win leave Pier Ne 3 North River, daily, (Sundays excepted,; aa fot- ATli .43 A. tC, EXPRESS LINK FOR CAMDEN DI- RF.CT. taking pumencrer for Port Monmouth. Red Bank, Long Branch, Shark River, Farm in-dale, Squan, Bricksbuni, Maacbeater, Toms River, Woodmansie. Shamong, Bar-nega. Tucaerton, Oteion, Jackson, ana all stations on Camden and Atlantic Railroad. Through to Camden in five hours. Fsrs $2. exoursion ucset, goon lor tnree aays, u At 4:15 P. M-, Way Psseenger Ln for Manchester, Toms River, Long Branca and intermediate stations. THROUGH FKElUUr LINE CAMDEN AND NEW- YOKc. Lravs New-York at t:li P. AC, arriving gt Camden 1 JO P. M. next day. Leave Camden at tiX P. M-, arriving at New-York I A. M. next day. r reiirni taaen as low raxea. App wo e j- oaoii, Areignt Agent, turn in, r. j. W. S. SNRDEN. Hupt. HUDSON RIVER AND HARLEM RAILROADS. On and after MONDAY, Nov. , 1385, trains for Albany and Trov. connecting with Northern and Western train. will leave Kew-Yorkaa follows 1-30 . M. via Hudson River Railroad, SDtht, aaaiota- av., oonuscting with trains lor Aorta and west. 10 A. M. via Hudson River Railroad, oonnectingt with Northern and Weetern traine U A. AC via Harlsna Railroad. 38th-et, and th-V-, eoa-neoting with train for North and West. S'JOP. M. via Hudson Rivsr Railroad, connecting at Troy with train for Montreal, with sleeping-car attached. 4 P.M. via Harlem Railroad, connecting with Weetern traine cHeeping-cars attached at Albany. IF, 1L via Hudson River Railroad: sieepinc-eare from New-York to Bcffalo and Suspension Bridge without change This train runs on bunjays. 11 P. Af. via Hudson River Railroad: with sleepmg- cars attached, ooanecting at Albany and Troy with morn- imrn LrmiiiA fur North and r est. WAL H.YANDKRBILT Vice-Prealdent. PERTH AMHOY A 1VOODBU1DOE 1U R. From foot or Cortlsndt-at., New-York T and 10. Leave New-York for Perth Amboy and W ood bridge Tend 10 A. AL. 3, 4:10 and 6:4J P. FL Leave Amboy 7:10. 6:46 A. M., 13 M., 9:65, tM P. M. Leave WooUbridge Jsli, 8:54 A. M.. 12:16,4:10,40 P.M. nRIE RAILWAY. TRAINS LEAVE DEPOT L I fan of Chsmbara-sa.. via Pavonia Ferrv: v-on A. 14 Il.v ExTiresc for Canaadaiauc Roehsster. Banaio. Salamanca and Went. Connect at Buffalo with Lake Shore and Grand Trunk Railways, and at Salamanca, with AUantio and Great Weetern Railway. A. M. Milk and Way Tram. daJy, for Otisvinc 10-fiOA AC Bxpress Mail, for Buffalo. Salamance and Dunkirk, connecting wita Lake Shore and At: an tic and Great Western Kail way s. a -n P M Wu Tnln. for Port Jervis and Newbnrrb. 6:00 P. M. Night Express for Canaadatgua, Rochester xtnoaio, raiaznaiica sdu vi est. 4:U0 P. M. Lightning Exprssa, Daily, for Cacaadaigua, r.minsio, OAuamanoa, lsaoKir sua t, ,. , ou-Buffalo with Lake Shore and Grand. Truirk naeta at Railways, and at Balanianca, with Atlantae and ureal Western Railway. i:U, P. M. Emigrant Train, dairy, for Buffalo, Seia-Xiindi, Dunkirk and West. HUGH RIDDLE, General Superintendent, , WM. R. BARR. Gcn l Paae Agent. N. York, VORTHERS RAILROAD OF NEW-JERSEY 1 Trains leave Jerssy City for Piermont att:U A. M 1325, 45, and 6:Ca P. AL The 4:15 and 426 run through ea Monser. On Monday only for Piermont at 6:1 A. AC TUOS, W. PKM 4 REST. Superintendent. STEAMBOATS. THE 43 RE AT INSIDE ROUTE FOR BOSTON. " AVOIDINQ POINT JUDITH. STONINGTOS LINE OF STEAMERS, being ths safest aad quickset between Boston aad New. York. The stoaaca aad sptondid reamer COMMONWEALTH, Oapt. J. W. WrtXiAAfS. On TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS aad SATURDAYS; PLYMOUTH ROCK, Capt, J. GL Gxxn, On MONDAYS. WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS, at 4 o'clock P. M. from Pier Ne 18 North River. These boats are unsurpassed for eoraort , tre e gth and ufety. 8tate-rooms se-mred at tha olhoe Pier Ne 18, oa board the boat, Ne Ti Waahinoe Boston, aad at tha Providence Depot. . u Return trains leave Boston ''gjgQy, Agent. FOR PROVIDENCE D1REC1. ' The new and staunch side-whsfrl sfsamer city OF PRO VXDENCE, Ku son borden, Geo. B HaIAV , Com-Biander. will leave Pier Ne S3. North River, foot of Jay-atreea. oeery TUESDAY. IHCRSDAV and 8ATL R-1)1 Y, at 4 P. At Par freieht or naassw apply oa board, or to E. PiUCCIPa. No. 18 Peerl-et, Fare A OR NEW-HAVEN.. HARTFORD AND bPRLNG FIELD Steamers leave Peo--Arp tor Aew. Haven at 3:14 and U P. M loannaya aaosptaaU PERSONAL. IF THIS SHOULD MEET THS BYH OF r.nnji ha ia requested 1 ga vth-er where he will bear af soon el Sing to I S4S4) REWARD THS ABOVE WILL Bl given to any one who eaa furnish information as ta S". TTZiZZ BiiniRT (UIICEKLL last alive ia July. UWa. as to bo fosmd,. or saaufy hs iTtnaAbe si dead. Write to AL 7C. B Ben Ne UA iS-s mtn Am Tkmm Ofhoa. or t Ne 60 4ta-ev. ta the f arm t FURNITURE. FINE ROSEWOOD . PARLOR FURS I- hedsteadc pete. fthe aaadnwe of a awntber at aeye a void-e eaw lock eow- I treiiuvg wood, black wsJaot, oak tare a- oth- TQEDHOOH ENAMELED aaaataftere; alee FCRWII lUK AAf warraated Band land walnut chamber BUttec puia and at R a ..liDtvj.inOfi ai. a i FRANK Uu DJS.xv3 A. A-aeaofrapn-. mmmm mm . m, m av!-New-York, aad sunposedlo have ton Nw-Vork Julr. lafa, aecompaaied by a yow4T man called Robert to write witneue, oe ay so new- ueaavaa- and oak I' ovary, uiaing-room aava onii r ivoi KPR1NGMEYER faKOS, (lataj. H- I'eltev AC ra Brearfwer. esstabhahed 14J. cnoeiM the) New I UotoL Oaetory aaVac, eoraer of Tb aA SZZZZZTiTB. SlBLOt' TUF-DA Y. Dec A ASbA rn P. of the ewAiaaa AOwig AOAtAiAhT.- . far taa sseatmae AwrlagtAe eWrfflsn jratiatsm-aaad ... . anal r n 1 1 us i ma the) following onset n - - " ' a'koob- J. W. C-torLX O. PenatA J. IT. H. Pan I me feaw. ttoekev a at, ttolTaa. Niei, Ateavdie A4rM Arrtse PVrry. aire A srvsa. Aa, Ac. . Ti both 0EDNESDAY A R RAH-3 A-POO ffE. MR. T. R. GLENN EY ee SUA UN THX POST "Txxrr- ' ".! lor the first Unto this seoa as . . METAMORA, '-" r - v- FRIDAY. EiWtS FORXRWT wfB appear aa DAM OS -to the atov of DAMON AND PYtHIAA ' AaSwlaaiam.ra SliFaaaOy Ctr- gle, loatraaaa oa Croeay-et IBM aeoaraa six aays m BROADWAY THEATRE. BKGCSTS TJa. NINTH WEPK. OVERWHELMING AUDUHCXS. U N PARALLELED TAULMPU OF MR. F. S. CHANFRATJ .as ........ J1AM MISS OLTVX LOG AJ .ffSf.l.C .....U.... -LAURA MONDAY, DROA AN D DURING THS WAVCK. FLfTY-SlATH NIGHT OF 1 SAM. Tha meet lueeumful asodautiati of tbo aaiian fat Nrw-York. Crowded h awe is. AiearsW toaghter, lasimswt BEAUTIFUL SCENERY AND SPLENDTD ACTING. GRAND GALA MATINEE OF. SAM. THANKSGIVING DAY, iThnreday.) Dan, L ' -. 1 . k:.. II' . - V HINTf njw, VIW mm . , WUH'tM .... m - - H FAMILY MAT1NBB BATliailAl MAT. BROADWAY THEATRE EXTRA . i GALA MATTNFX THANK80IVTNO OAT. TUB COMEDY OP 8AM WILL BB GIVEN OOMPLETX, with ail its etor of FUN, MIRTH AND HUMOR, ; A GRANDPECIAL MATINEE. ' ' . THURSDAY AFTERNOON, fThaaksa-rving,! Ttoe T. Doom opea at 1; curtaia riaea at lk; performaace eloaea at 3. allowing am pie time for the early evening tralac This ia a capital opportunity for ladies and out to a a visitor to enjoy thia the great eosnto triumph af tha New-York eeaoon. ADMISSION 00 CENTS. Seats secured in advaace MATINEE NEXT SATURDAY. THIRD REGULAR PROMENADE CONCERT. TWENTY-SECOND REGIMENT N- G. 8. N. T, Will be held At the Armirrv. ltth-eC near 8th-ev.. On SATURDAY EVENING. Dee A 1863, at S For ths benefit of THE FEMALB CARISTIAN HOME. under toe patronage of taa loiiowiar laaiea aa- la Mrc W. T. Biodgstt, . Mrc Robert Browna, . Mrs. G. B, Satoriea, Miss ITsoey, Miss Gardner, Mrc W. a Garner, Mrc Dl Willi Jamec mrc o. kx. vr aiee, Mrs. Edward Oothont, Mrc J. W.'Patteraon, Mrc RoaweD SkoeL Mrc John M. Storey, Mrc Waldo Hatchina, Mrs, Morris K. Jeeup, Ticket 50 oentc For a Mrc Leg'nd Loekwood. Mr. J. Farley . J. Farley Cox, Tiffany A Co. a, aad i the principal music atoraa. THEO. THOMAS GRAND ORCHESTRA. THEO. THOMAS begs to annonnoe that tha ear. vioee of his well-known orchestra eaa be obtained for concerts, commencements, fairs. Ac Engagements for wsddings. balls, aad private part lee wiQ also be aeoepted, and any number required furnished. Applicatien to be made at 8T EI N WAY ARSONS' warerooma, Noc Tland 73 East I4th-st. : and at MAoONA HAMI.IN'H wararooata, Ne 696 Broadway. HUNTINGTON'S GREAT PAINTING OF MRS. WASHINGTON'S RECEPTION DAY On view, day and evening, at tha Art Gallery, Ne 035 Broadway. MEDICAL. THOUSANDS ARE TIMELY SAVED BY Dr. KENNEDY'S skillful aad improved treaUnent,-Privste Disease cured ia the shortest possible time by Dt KENN EDY A COL, Ne 190 Elm-st New-York, without the use of mercury, toes of tune or change af die Dr. KENNEDY, from the hospitals of London, Pari and Edinburgh, ia tha discoverer of the only certain and reliable remedies for diteasee of a private character. In 38 years' practice be has cured more ease of Secret Diseases and Wrong Treatment than all others oombiaed, 1 eaa and will sore yon in lees tame and st lees expense than any other eaa or will, and those who bsve been robbed of their money and health, eall; it ill take bat little money and time to restore roe If you have bun unfortunate, call at once By his speoial experience ia this much neglected branch of medieal science, he ia enabled to guarantee a cure ia the most complicated casec Recent eases of Gonorrhoea or Syphilis cured ra a lew aays, wi knout c nance oi ciet or nwaranoe c Beeondary syphilis the last vastire eradicated without the eaa ox Mercury. Invo untary emissions stopped in a short time Sufferers from lie potency, or loss of aexual power, restored to full vigor in t few weekx, permanently and speedily cured by a new treatment. Persons at a distanos failing to receive prompt treatment eieewherc atay get a permanent eare effected by writing a full diagnoeAa of their aaae addressed to De KENNEDY. Ne WFIrn st Calk aaad or write AM. MAURICE AC, PROFESSOR OK emidwifery and operating surgeon, having ever thirty yrars' saeceeeful practice in thia eity. guarantees a safe and immediat) removal of all special irregulari tie aad obatractioaa in females, without pain or exposure, with or wi :nout mecicinc can oe eonsuitea witn too nsi confidence at hia private office, Ne 139 Liberty at.. New. York, or bv maiL Dr. A. M. Maurioeau is the author of 'Tha Married Woman's Piivate Medieal Companion,' etriotly In tended for those whose health and circumstances forbid a too rt pid increase of family; a pet use! of which will convince tany tadyof his thorough Knowledge of her complainto r very lidy woo haa it is secure from dancer aad imposition. Pnos 01- Sold at hia office Ne 139 Liberty--, at sent by maiL by addressing Box Ne i,TA New-York City. Sold also at Ne 1 Vseey-aC New-York: ta Boetoa. Ne U Co irt-et. AFFLICTED RESTORED-IGNORANCE EXPOSED FALLACIES UNMASKED. Highly important to both aexea, married or aingle in health or disease. Dr. Larmont a Paris, London and New. York MEDICAL ALVrI8CB AMD MARRIAGE GUIDE. New edition; 403 page. Nearly 100 anatomical illostra- tione upon debility. aoeetAOB of ta oiaooer aaa Bio n.t, uxau amtii Earapsss bos pit. suthar's nneaualed Paria and Londea treatment. Ac aos AU who would avoid nnsuooeaaful aad barbaroas treatment with quack specifics, antidoxea, inatrumetita, Ac. should purchase thia original work of E. WARNER. No. 1 Vesey-st., for 91 60. closely sealed, or consult the doctor. No. 173 Broadway, up stairs, New-York, from AO A. M. to 6 P. NL i " We concur with other papers ia recommending Dr. LARMONT and his wart' arrirr ' ttaU Cni, - die Jt'arwL. Diipjtek, cttoss AswAtep, Adas, Mtdttml Jtf MAIHOOD AND THE VIGOR OF YOUTH rerained in three days by Dr. POWERS BSSE.SOe OF LIFE. This wonderful agent restores manhood to the mort shattered constitutions, radically curing Seminal Weakness, Sexual Debility, and Impedimenta te Marriage generally; Nervousness, Mental and Physical Incapacity, resulting from self sbnse A. The time required to care the most inveterate ease is one week. Failure is irnposeible. This life-reetoring remedy should le taken by all about to marry, as its euecta are perma nent, i oanr man, are you enoieot to tost soul ana noay destroying dl -tease, secret habits T Dr. POWERS' In- vic-nrmtifie rjnenea la rstifi; rasenoe at a never-railing aura Bold by W ALTER POWERS. XL D. Nc lit t am-et. Now-York. ADVICE TO MARRIED LADIES VaJD-AMR RESTELL, Professor of Midwifery .having over thirty years' eaooeeerul praetioe in this city, guaraBtees s ssrs and immediate removal of all special irregularities scd obstructions in f enisle, with or without mod ictne, st one interview, or by mail. Can be consulted with the utmost confidence at Kc 163 Chambers-et. Her infalli ble Vrench Female Pilla. Ne 1. Driee OL or Ne X which re foar degrees etroBgeg tnan ne A, aaa eaa neve ra safe aad healthy, prion 3, can be aeat by maiL faiL Alee MJIU mum lursiHgw. "Si a, l. m UI,WWB.. HW .M7. ..ij - -v. j , tn : . Libjr- t m t . Madame rt r 7m i e.i.i. aaema it ner uuty so eaumion ladiea against Imitators, who not only deprive ttentof their means, but taeir poaun. A PHYSIOLOGIC A L VIEW OF MARRIAGE XA Containing nearly 300 peces ana ism nne andengravinge of the anatomy of the aexual oryana, ia a state OI neaita anqqisssse, vim a areaiise on wu-adsh, its deoLo uepiorsDie maeqamw Ky w, mini. hu iwu. h the author' a clan of treatment tha only rational and with the suthar's i Bueeeeaful mode of cure, as shown by the re-pert of cases treated. A truthful adviser of the married aad those contemp'atiig marriaee, who antertaia doubts of their pbyaical condition, beat, free of pooOure ta any adaress on receipt of 33 cents, in specie or poetsge atampe Ad- dreea Dr. AVA UKyii, , Ne 31 Maiden-iaaa, Albaay, N. Y DR. WEST, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OffiesNe 645 Broadwsv, Now-York, desires to inform those seeking medical advice that ha devotee hia time specially to the treatmentof disss se of a private nature ; the various forms ot which hs from long practical experience to well acquainted with, enabling, him to f uarant-ee a euro in ail casec Particular attention paid o dinuaeee arising from self-abase or exoeeeee, nervous deb' hty.Ac Ottn hours from OA. AC tot P.M. fTIHE AMERICAN INSTITUTE .FOR A. FEMALES.. . No. 7 Beacti-t,. new-yora. con ducted by Dr. DURANT A CO., U fitted ap alegant-ty, expressly for the convenience of ladies reouiring nursing daring eounnexeset, end the at moat attention is paid to the comfort and welfare of the patient. Tha atrieteat eonndeace always observed. Competent aurses ia eooetant aUendsnoe rTPOYVERS PERIODICAL DROP. are designed for both anamed aad single ladies, am are the very best thing known for tha purpose as th. will bring on the monthly sickness ia eaee of o Detraction from any cause, and after all ether remedies of the kind tavsbeea tried in veic Expressly for obstinate eaiss . Warraated as represented ia every reepeet, or the prm -wiU be mfnadad. -Bewareof irnitatuiasr Pm rchassi direoUv af Dr. POWERS. Ne 195 Elat-se. New-York. XTtT GROPING I Si THK Dark AFTER AN reading tha it edition of that illustrated xnedical k. Human Frailty," by Dr. H. A. BARROW. Ne m Bleeeker eC. four doors from Maodougal. New-Tork. Price 36 cento. Mailed tree Te be eoasmited daily. . D R. TIURANT OFFERS. WITH CONFI DENCE to the ladies, hia eeiefcsnted resaody for the removal of all trreru! tor all other ao-caJli ntsea oi-rTotioa : relieves ai led lesnedias have iaiML laffl try It, me a I peics w, sswiws. R. HARVEY HAS REMOVED TO NO. a7 Aito at., where he eootsnaee to rasnovw birth Bsarka, soars, motoa, moth, ireekios, Oiscoiorea nasa, wiU-oatpai-. CowswitetAoa free Omoe hoera 16 to L TYR. IHTJkTER'O BOTANIC CORDIAL J-lreetorea tha vigor of yweLk in fpur days. Givwsaaaith, a4xeegi aad rigor to the aaosa ahattored sj i as, S4a boUte Ne 3 ivi-ioa-st. New-York, the eery piece D' R, DURANT INSURES THE LADIES a speedy relief from all special jirreerure-itiee and eh. asnMtaoas at one interview. Ne V Baeeh at, Atow-Yerk. rTENTLEMEN CAN. YVITII CONFIDENCE Ueesexk Dr. LEWIS, at his old-cotahliahcd othoe. No . tJaree aoor from west Atroaoway, nrs-i ors MANY THOUSANDS ARE RUINED BE YONDRKDEMPIION lathi hie by not ceiling ea Dr. HLNTEti usasr ar later. Ha eaa euro taa worst eeeceef eeeret dieeese ia aaaortcr tintothaaaay otaer T.hTsriari. or ne way tsksa, bkepuce aad doubters aJr'iaT a-UaiT teed lists ml iwllabia awrtinoatea of enrea naada within thekast thirty veers of almost soea aaa aaa taa b sains sx uosews es our physisiaas and aeif eons. Dr. Hantaria iwnitoowc from 0 in the mm inns tul a at asd eiaee Ne 3 Drvisievi st New-York . Chatgaa miiOieala, aad a euro guerest. teei pepariOe rewaa. sethettne latisaw BOoaebat diaaoiaff. tor nimseox, i ronovmi avu KUSTtaiS KED LiiOP. aurea prrveAe die- I !f" wheel reersJse in ilmial aad ail eAher ;imnli nurse waned dieesag er issanctioa to too aahuaef ".. the natioBt: Btl itAwottaa read eisaeaing tLaaaut aowrs; cares witnosrs sac aveaarui cones onent aflasiaas'msiauii.aal aasi'iiaaas tha-tteeaiiarly eaiaabs Krt. mi tea raak anA -TjeteeeMWAC tasnS that the klul to Bare to at orb wane hia iiiiut to ant This ia what be aiaiw-a fir tt, aad what ae ewter wUlaanmei h. 6 per viaL xtook. 60 pae-aa. raaa,an at ii pm lasy. giaitsM to aaa awaweaael MAwaanr.. . ..YATg. WHsATLBf Ill loess wat afiasfiwsato A'ie lev) ginli. AMUSEMENTS. BAiurpirt raw--caxieAai -mvmiyLli iBraadwap. bet a a aw fw w-f aadIjaee eac , r TLt" rUAlnoi? AJtraAw.aST v;. i ArFMoos!aTTvAso at vC : :1; f CROWDS DAILY RESORT ' " . ciacrs TROCFK. : WITH THXIR THOROUO HS RXD KOSSXS DA-RIJIO AID BRILLAAnT ACTS. T . in vhb . HAGSiriCEN-w. AJtKYA 1 A, .,l..nA wttl, , mmmm' axsaeladrna thetr antsrfalninvota wHh te mirthNt ae af MONev-AND MMR. DENNIE YlelT TO tUM aiDl performaw. t. tha aria-t. IW- LIFE f . tTfC THE WOTENTOrS QTJESTTO BY THS TALENf EDDRAMATIO COM MR, W. R HA REiSONTaUAemporaaeeeAa I UESTIOT. PANT. The Utaat imsaina to tha living ci'Rioirrixfl. v whmhaomm-wdtwerary ; ' -v - - ' 'SMALL . .-. . , ' '. .' Dwarfa, At one) at-sh ....... iiKHJea-;'''-- tnaa any rrer before axbihtted. beina tha " .... RTfl AT.LES!1 afYTMarfaBw). fyY fl Tfl B-t f BYT lTTXllmL "; MAJOR COLVIN, aged lryetra, aifh.aa4 rhinr anrv 13 aouadc in aazviaia, Avjaja ia iue twreLad. GEN. GRANT, Jr.. aged IA 39 rwohee high, is poedA T HE T af mM Oi iSE I J V I N O G JAN TST. .. ! TWO BEAUTIFUL CUiCAcSIAN GIRLS 1 BOHENIUf ' GLASS-BLOWERS. wwn arvir a U r:T.Ae re oTNWW TN MOTION.' SS ENGTN John Batterely. the LIvLNG v. aba LI V L.1 U BAIJ.il V'. weisw- tngoely at peomda, aad hia wiAa, a ACAMMOTU VAT J WOMAN, aearty TOO aoa-de TIIREE-HORNED BUXXa, ALBTlYO BOY. Btsameewtloonc Lsarnstl Baal tunnv Pamiiy. Uraaei Aratni, ijuous vmiioemae Admmriou THAN PEFUOKMAN WINTER GARDEN. tsamtWAfttaanf Swaveot MfvvtfAIa Ats iTsawFara NeralaT. I TO-NIGHT. will be praiontoiL With new aiiairy, apnrw tumee, Ac the celebrated Way. i tootrstivc af A Ml. lilniw CHA R A CTER. a to i:rkiaV arrv. .-a bOUT-tERN HOMES, aatittad THK OCTOROON s OR, L1IE IN LOUISIANA, TUB FIRST TIME. A and i planar eased into soar fae as retnodeDed and oianprssesd into acta by tta aatnor. DION BOUCICAULT. . with - . HR. J. 8. CLARKX . . - in hia great character, HALEM SCUDPrTR, THK YANKEE OVEaUiKKB. . . . .. MISS ROSE EYTINGE . . I aa ZOE, THE OCTAROON. Mr. J.ttlUto..J.....js.,.......... Wakaataa, (a Le Paa Isdiaa ChieO . Mr. John Drott s. MeiAtekey. (ths pieoe of Coaaeotieut hardware) Mr. C. Waloot...... .as Pete the eld Slave Mr. Andrews .as.. .Poiaaexter, the Aactr. Mr. Burroughs... ...aa George Peyton. Mr. H. Bland. ea...Sanaye!dc tha Plantar. Mias Andrews ,. w Madaasa Peytoe, tha Southern Lady. Mra. C. Waloot, Jr as Dora Setaysida, a Southern Belle Doors opea TK: oommencca at 8 o'clock. THA N K8GTVIN O. Dec f THK OCTOROON. - Sssts may aow be aeanred. NEW-YORK CIRCUS, HIPPOTHEA- TRON. Fourteen th-atreet, eposito tha Aaadeaty of Music LB. LENT i..V.!77. MANAGER TAii saiabriatsMnf foe net mArHm in IA JvVw-Fera AT arsis'. A BRILLIANT PROGRAMME, -introducing the Champion Rider of the World. ' Mr. JAMES ROBINSON, - , and tha extraordinary infantii ' art tote - LITTLE CIVKENCK, TOR BABY WONDER, together with the i . i SUPERB EQUESTRIAN TROUPE, tha largest aad moat talented ever orvaaiaad, Alao, DANCINGHORSES ANT EDUCATED MULES. EVERY NIGHT. AT A ; talented ever orgaal l.ncinq horses ;ducated mule aRY NIGHT, AT A MATINEES! ' MATTNEESI WEDNESDAY and SATURDA Y. at Sf. , I PERFORMANCES THANKSGIVINO Di unanoing at 10X A. AC, i aad 0 o'clock P. ht. THRKK DAY. WOOD'S MINSTRELS NO. 414 BROADWAY.; lliatasjBArMssstosWwsf mdMm 4a ate A'sa-rsr NsreM. MONDAY. Dae A . , aad every efsning daring tha week, wiH ho pat fil med a musical, domeatio sketch and grand allegorteal tablaaa, favorable to the Fenian cause aad exhibiting the present aad future state of Ireland, written for Wood S Minatrels." (oorrrright semr)atKled A FAIR FENIAN FIGHT FOH FREEDOM. Sosno Tr Brother Jonathan's Yankee Notion .Shop, Scene 3 A t treet in Jonathan's Village jSoene sHall in John Bull a Mansion. Seeno 4 Pat's Cabin. Seeaa 6 Graad Allegory. -The Bhamreck,' "Ireland a Free" "Erin go Bregh.- Previous to thenieac tac riety of ETHIOPIAN MINSTRELS Y. A Oram on THANKSGIVING DA Y, at 3H o'ctodh. 1 . NOW OPEN. , - m ... Tha of tha PAIfTLNGS AND STATUARY ARTIST FUND "-OCTET T, 33d-et-, oorner of 4th-v. a m i-aci'Mnsrv AND FREE, DAY AND ATA EVENING, whore CHAPT8 tw rrrr iri rrrKn eivsst dailv b iv Ms FOWLER A WELLS, phrea- ologis c Ne 380 Broadway. TO ACTOR 8. A LOT OF BOYDEIX'S Shskeanereaa Eagravings of 1790 to. 1801 inc!ulre. For particular eall at No. 24 Burlma-elip, ofSoo Ne V between 1 sad 1 P. AC. tin Thursday. A YOUNG LADY, 19 YEARS OF AGE, recently thrown on her own reeouroes, aad being desirous of completing her stadias for the stage requlrea aiataaoe Parties willing and able te assist ber will S lease ad dree A. B., Station E, for one week, with sratcAo. A resident oi one of tha Western 8tetos preferred, i LECTURES. Tnitra- n. oacgh will DELIVER HIS aJ Bopular lectors on Xinoerae emf Oratnrw, at the Aead-eaaV Mse New-York, THURSDaV EVENING, Dee T. Doors opea at T o'clock. Lecture to commence a.A A TUikA fn. kaiM and isanrvad eeato snar be ob Yained at the Academy ticket omoe aad Root, Anthony A Cc a, Ne 31 Nsmsa-st, from tha set to tne ixa ar pece saber. Tickets, other than for boxsa aad reserved seats. for sale at Appletoa's, Ne 49 Broadwavt Bandar Sohool Uaioa, Ne AM Broadway : B. L. JeaecNe B43 Broadway: O. AJ. Mowbray. Ne 314 Bowery; Wm. H. Croft, Ne 940 Bowery; Heard A Oo Ne 301 Grand- A, aad at the doer, on the evening of ths lecture Tickets for reserved seats, 04; for upper circle 60 cents; ail other -except besea. JOHN B. GOUGH WiU LECTURE 5TT TEMPBRANCE at ths Brooklyn Aeadamy of Mnsio OS WEDNESDAY EVENING next, 0th insA, at 8 o'clock. PHILIP PHILLIPS, of CinoAnnati. Ohie one of the aingera ta tne oonntry.wia ae preaeni on vne uv-aad Ifavos the aadAcaoe with aome of his excellent awes, and favor tea aaOM muaie - - ... im ba obtained, with out extra ehsrgc on carry applieatioa to Swayno'a book-store, Ne ilO Far ton aa, iirooAuyn- CPIRITUALISTS AND TIUkKEIUe. mJ Hon. HUU ORAAW, Ot unto, will icctare in tne - Tennis of Truth." No. 8 (4 Broad war. (above llth-eA. Temple of Truth,1 nut rnEtnAV THIS TUESDAY and THURADAY EVENINGS, at.Ti, e'olock. Hear thia great Medium. Admission 30 eeate 1 DANCING. mrnnnnma n AMniKII ACADEMY.' EVERETT ROOMS, comer 34th-et. and Broadway, WEDNESDAYS and DAi u AliA losi ar. sm. . -i , , Yn ntHtlil'S TtAAClXG ACADEMY. NO. U59 West Uth-st. Opea for the reeeptioa of pupibi oa WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS, from 3 to 4, from 4 to A and from 8 ta UAt P. AC NEW CLASSES for beginners, , CAVroxt lor - tne PODWORTH'S DANCING ACADF Ml-V 1 Ne UT Moatarae-et., Breokrre Clues I avow open xor rcoewwoa ex Pp"s, r. . chiitlrea, evening for swatlemen. Band for etrenlar. FINE ARTS. THE OUTBREAK OFTHK REBELLION IN TUB UNITED STATES. loSL The pnbttobera weald eell especial atteaUoa af the publio, as well as the trade to this beaatiul piotare with the above title published by ne at a ooet of several thousand doll axe, and en. aaad tbo attiat employed on it over five month in its LTr""--TO. r-f1"! .? H :tl late a iceiiiea ir u vyisi.. . ww w best desiga he had ever seen, and exmeeeeda dasire to have a oopy aeat him eeon aa publiahed. It to a picture fail of hie and ia tercet to tha America- eitisen, oontoin. tng nut handred fignrea aad correct portrait of the ! mea eoaspicrMiea ia tomenti: es sd those who catj.eaiifii.Jy etroggled for it sup loxf v . , . , . wella press 10a. no uatoa lamiiy sneaau oe viiavyi , m sow - hie beaatiful pietsue Sent to any part of tbst sited atodTto whom the moat i here! '.nAft Si am angemeat will oe bass, rionswi 1 iKbTEji, Engi a. eia and Pahiisaers, Bai-saTNowTFcrhtJity. - iSwill be BAA. Publiahed by aiAXALS FORhT . t aodAOO NETVPUBUCATIONS. - THE BEST HOLIDAY PRESENTS. . - t. .- : .-., . '' , ' J T " HAYDSOMEXY BOUND ENGLISH BIBLES. ' AMTfRTfiAN EPISCOPAL FRAYEB BOOKS. .'Vi' - .;. CHTJRCH SERVICES, A; Aw. y . ' FANCY LEATHER GOODS, AE TOUR. ' aETE CASKS, 1KCKEBCKICE.' ; .' DESKS, AIBrOS, etk. r . - XT RE A SPOTTTSWOODE. ; - ; : . ;,-..-.-.'), . . ' . ; wl.Kmnr.l(wr-Ymm. Bxaaehof Lesidon aatablislintoxrA ' " ' LOST AND FOUND. LOST OR MISLAID. On ar al ibemt tbo lh v of fwis.tS, A CTT'TTTT- DATE Df l. rSLTt.(jN i dated AM1 mt lasset irom toe ooe ea tne -ymasv-j-;ucc aa ue State cf New-York, a'-iraed R. E. l.nton, OovernoT.aad 8. E. Maaoia. Paymsster-oeo-rai af the said p tata af New. Serb, ewquesune; tne CempsreUered acid State tenses to Abeam Ateieoe Bnervteur of the to a ml C'vxjwkca. tlAiAs) af the beans af s.l St.ts f Sr.t, s-d 1 pay him in seat t nUi,A4 Aao,i5 0 .CkJ. S'0-ed by Lbciuc Eobinca, Cumptrawer of t b-vate of Nee.Yerk,oixwreed ta taa Casuier of tie 1 tabetic Comnaay, YewVaork, to kssaa aad deliver to tut saner, near of the town af Lrunewtch. a bnd of the bide af Tfcew-Y'arh ne toe earn of S1a Lv ry r r-"eat oa the asne has been ate-rT4. pAAiAiiW.iu.A vj a. e atA-e acis tAra, AA plan's Epstoeoel Ct 4 aad tiraj' as. boadsy oeeng. i f nJ-v w wf A-9 U t. .dU.,S LojTa. AtLNi I ;a cape, ti-ir. lan'a ulc.i.i.l t3"-TnA mm A iui.ms. Hotel. w ' I re r e : . by SGIVTNG DAY. THURSDAY. DFOl 7. ' CE3 NEARLY EVERY HOUR DAY AND EVENING. suaxaa em reesine as Aeento aad eaavaaaues) AMUSEMENTS. ' OLYMPIC TMEATRli. Sola Leeeee aad K--ll0wl.' ;.ilse-Tnyy ,'r Maeeger. - anvei Awe act --' a Stagw ON a. 4. AND EVERY EVENING TILL FLnfHr OTTCT. will bo ariaiatao, arter taaatae of prt'r4.ioa. to a 1 af rnineenea7ar eurpefng? aa prevwas s.icei c.v.sd snt st tft thee, w 1 , T. ; .AB-tw - bcENEKY c liki.i.Y NrwBY ntYr.. 1 , O.M an 1 m m m r " 1 - w ' ' MCS1U, uAOA ortjui r Tl PAKErl. staoanrai Anotntm at aad Uaaaoroas AiAsas. w- w u . . - A. sf Rope, Cesaeair aadUenr, dramtt' ) i expressly for the Olympta, sram the) aceWatoa iwm-. - I oikhwira --.,! ;.v l awiawauivi - , I K.j .. - - ' ne eve . r'' 4 LONE PRISONXB Os ul CHATEAU IrTT. i . mixedawtag th eraiseatt aei (..v-'t e-or, . . .A ? MR. E. L LAY iA PORT. " whabaa beea eiiiilg sag aged te give dae offaotUsxtst . ItoTmi tUVoaw,- t-TOAwl tUQat, Toy th 3cvtB.i artieta: sailx. ClUUIlti BSOWNtE aad H, CIL'SiPP-; .si- CAliDAXLA. ... , .. frwm the Reyal Operaa.of Turin. .!-, ; Tllk BEAUjaTt. UAjILSMLU. kl - IONA LE OX. MB. W. CONRAD. Ac. Aou ' " J TYepeos will be puiiaiid wAA th feluatA pwt- kdmoaai Daataa . CxAVI -- af E. T. T,t"A i i.-vxMrtr4M rs...M ........M.-.M......klr. (J. At j ft.. ............ si i, i !.,,... .Al r... T. J. 1 i . d...m...mmmm.....mmm...m .Mt O. W. OArr TiwMojrt CiumnN.iitstsnist pV(HV aTftris.y.e.ee.e Andrea Benedetto...... M. De BovUie mrntir. J. IL fc? .!... ,..MA'VlL'i"t -Air. C. AA i ocrw, i ; -Aur. tc'. 4 . Merel -- --- - sir. p'lBi-t . Albert. ....Aii-s Louisa MererS Marnodaa,! ,,., ,....) .Fiisa Kate Newtna). liar dec , ...,.Aiias t,.ia Newtoa - Act L Potreaee to the Pert and Harbor of M traeill-e. 1 Act tv Dwageamt of C kites a Uh imparts of tA. Bsc girt Fortreee j " Act t. laiaad af gtsA Cto Cava ot tlaaCF Act A Leea Ian Home of Flabad tha BatTor. piitkr-t-i ins Hiiifxr. " - Act A He I of Count d atoreart-aaieoa M Vstoto g xxooee, by J. Aiyarst n r r are n-i-. l-: , HUMS.- - - . . . EA Pater's aad Ct'e of AC An, -'9 rrrrUtUdL T; 'i GRAND CAkAlV-L . ' -'-? XVVJ Doors en an st T V : eurtoini .st iFrisxsily. 1, - Seato aeoarcd thrie eege in ad v " -a--. w-u-iaACJC's.'.,-: j Pfoprtotot and Maaagef. Yfr. LFSTYB WAXLAOIt rt ea Wxtsi H mmm est awf srlts toaAMFer atavexsto . I TTxWdTyW asd SATURDAY. Ilth, Lite, Uta. lath aad UtA ia4 ot LOST IN LtANDO.v: ( . ,, . 4- T -- hVAal tTB.SI.1U, Th original great play of Intense interact and aeworfet otscte ia tire acthy Watts PhiUipa, anthor at taaj Doad Heart,' Ac. ,t . - 1 - LOST I lAaOB . .-A,' ' j-... .. .1...... , ; -" - ; lill.lUUA. - - " ' CHARACTER" BY .MESSRS. J. W. WALLA CHARLES FISHER. YOUNG, CW1IXU browne, Pope, graham a MADELINE HENRIOUES, FANS BARRETT and GREEN. -NEW SCENERY by Miami A . ki xi sva ; mi i I MO ALAN T, 1SHXEWOOD 1 BALUtK. INCIDENTAL MUSIO and CHOfTTTB, ee Iv tor tha nlav. I br Mi MOLLEN UA Vh R. - ii A, The NEW SCENE1 HI will eom 1 eiairmi no 1 a uuuai a. a Interior of OornwsJL Job Irnaroyd 1 : A "DO d'l House '-mBf A Seeee ht ! WN IN THS DARAvbuAv 4 9 MINE." ACT Uoussl A OT 1 In Mr. Feathe tn - Exterior af Mr. Feeth 'ssi at WINTER. ACT I V.-8SI; Bsioon and Sups set Peatncratono a xioase ACT V, 47 Co tier to the Bros of Aionaea. : Tao greet doinand for seats to witneeg Aval aw .Av,... wiU. 9nr the nveeent. siwtrxni the orodnr im Off Ban I ATTRACTIVE NOV-XTIEA, - i ' tn active prepaiatioe ,;i FOX'S OLD BOWXRY TTIEATRM. wr ana suastw.., .. sx. w, rv ml es xiMVSiiW es (A ymm- r-r-t rsrai A j . NIGHT TILL FURTHER KOTlCeLi r l mm niyniiLf srrocnaariTl . ! J ana Mxaiager.. 'aa mytn Jwi i il EVERY TBI nAMxnsaxT axn uraad Pan torn 11 mic Hpsst sealer llrama. . THhf SAILOR; Dinpsv U " m. "V . v n, inn ru,ai w AuajAvai . MISS FANNY H E ER1 SU...ae......... tNTJt vf MR. G. L FOX.-. .....aa A. AbfA, A. J- WITH OX MtrWDIirrrTjrrx'XkrirT OAAAUOTaAA. i i wnaT namjANT pitiTilRAvAt IS THS PTXCk. r. H. WHALLET, MR. LEVriS Mi -'TAYEEk R. DENVLL, - MxC WAC Mlhii-.Z -Yf THURSDAY THA NKSGIVTNO. '' ; 'vj TWO GRAND PERFORMACi3 A Mt Aatttbiioow at 3: grgntno a V- -l -TT SINBAD THE SAILOR. ., : .'r ,URY ANT'S. Meehsaios'-Han. Ne 473 Brwadway, above OianO sa. I nasaiMuAxuM cms est eAvertu to Ae Aeo-Fsra Ale ssf. MONDAY, Dec A and during the week. DAN BRYANT'S NEW StUMP SPEECH. rAr iParic. Ti npeuonion, Dram MajotW WAKE WILLIAM ImY .A GB DANCE. BILLY PATTER CHALLENGE Paraact 6 .te Gallery 39 ecu ts, Ooum at f. YYTM. WIE8E. TEACHER oSf ML... v r win receive come more aore numle fo Bute For partioulars see otreelarC at maaiotora, Ne T01 Broadway. - I MUSICAL.'.. THE -WEBER PIANO-FORTE. ia oaJled tha beet instrument made by all the IwsBiag I afetaaaof thia eity aad ilaawkarc It la ptoaiaasad hp th National Piano-fort AssociaUoa, aftoe trial ta their oos with flto f eminently ths ssstytoee to iavia, and aaad by tha Caaa servstory of Mode and other high 1 nrusio aoaoois, aa grther because of (hair Immsuti pawar, aauallty, lsas0 necs and brilliancy of tone, claetie tnawh and great da ran bility. Warerooma Ne 4T Brooms st near Brosdwsy THE NAROV AC HAMLIN CABINFBT OA? OANS.-rORTY-FIVB GOLD er SILVER MSP ALA or 0TB BB HI0I1E3T PBEJttlTJVS Iuto Wn OPirf M. A H. within a few years, aad TEN wit&la da k I fear weeks, tor THE. BEST rNSTOCMXKTA OP THA GENERAL CLASH. : . .. ... " ? " . Printed testimony ta presented in their ertosnara trors more than two handred and fifty of th wjeat amtierl org an lata and moanoiane in the asrp that : ' s? J , ' MASON A HAMLIN CABINET ORGANS ARE U-- EQUALED. - Prices. S1U to AAA Waimawa Fa) Broadway. KswYorh. ' :; STEINWAY ett SONS - - GRAND. "QUARK AND UERIOHT ' liA.U-lUUl K., arc now acknnwtedml the t ext insti niaents to A -a wUas in Europe, ha in UAfa tolrtg-tw Firt Pi aniums. Gold and cu.ves isioaaia, at tne rruwi'M e held ia thie coaetry withia th Isat tru yeirs. aed is a. -diuou thereto they wwre awar led a t wit Prise ' I th Great Itrtismit ithsI Exhibtuoa la Ixmiee b- A 1 1 eompetitioa with two hundred and, airVy-atae piaax from all parte af the world. 'J.A. 1.a Among the many anTjrn-jet val'iabui ' i'' et eveiaea vx rmm bsM BXUJi n A I at cwaj in law -- ,1 - -f 4 no-forte. . -. As mmen . ww THE SPECIAL Al 1 C-,1 vr.ruavuaBaavi mm A.mmmtmA n t h.,V ' r.n9irTii ittiiiomvf. I Th value and importance of thia iBventio) htttsf been ntaettea!ly tee ted. in all thetr rrsnds and hwUs prioe square Piano-fortes,and admitted to be taegreatesa improvement of modern times, they aow enoeaaee ti--4 they have determiaed to le'roduce their "Pett Art e Arraag-emeat'' ia every Piano-fovs maaeiaetai sii . V thetn, without Increase of cost to the purcBeser, an er that all their patrons may reap th fnU advaatog f t- ExuVot from the tos-monTil nf tha most dlsv g A1a Among the chief points of th aailerm igliQiaia 4C ths STEINWAY Piacosarei i - Greatest possible depth, nehnsse aad iilnmi of t"ev combined with a rare nri'Uaaey, eleasasea. aad par m4 evenness Uuoaghout the enure secto, aad, above , a earpruing duration of sound, the pmre aU svmpn quality of which never ehangc aader the aaoat itoln..s We thereforensidsr the STEINWAY Plartee ta'aN respect ths best instruments tnade ia title ecoatry or I Europe aa ' them aolely and esdasiveiy arelve B . pablis ar private aaj remmraenil toam torar a our friend aad th pnbllo. - 1 - B.B.MU.IA, Wat-MABOW. - AH. Ptirt, RotlEBZ Goldbsck, Rouit huut, . L RjT-l '- -J. Hxkbt C llatit. Wm. Brnoa, i Ta re k i...iV Gax W. MoxUia,: F. Mcrtrt, . (X i rsoMAfS, TaAO, TxtCAtAA, C A at, AX 'HI,,T4, MttaiABIi I A SATs And many othere j...- , . - ' BTEIN W AY aBONS ; ' ' -WAREROOMS, Noc 71 end T3 E AS r FOURTYJENTW ST, between Uaiom-eQuar aad Lviag-iiiaaa. Csw York. - - I - - HAZELTOTf BROTHERS . OVERSTRUNG GRAND AND FU.rtK -rtASOW ' FORTE MaJ.TJFAOTUI' i K.C iX , yeOOPrinn il .a iww aaocs west of .l ras 3we.y, N.Y. These piaaec have always received tac trt presilixsn whewever they bar been exhibited. A wriuen guejas tee for Or years aooompany each piaae Iaavk you seen Haines luo a ; - - hrw ptanost ' ' . a If not, go and eee them at enee at th tAhufctuxia, No. 960 2d-ar, eoraer ot 211 I. ., . They are spieadid Piaaos, at nw4srlt prlcss. ' N. BLPiaaoa to reel and teat allowed ea purchase, FIRST-CLASS NEW PIANO ivx eaw. a, ' , j, ... - At the Bsuutursrs, HAXNTS BROTHFoe,. S i-av.. eom.r , TO P1ASO BEALrnt AND PURCiiAAw F.its. - : SAlJOilut luilm i tin n in 111 ni'ir'T irt ir" CHAMnLKs A GAbLr.it, No. 14 t . MR. IIL.NRY HOOPER, J1U, i 1 TEACHER OF SINGING ASD PlANO-FOr!. AAdrees at the mums stars cf L. M. Jscol . I -a, THEHORtfRWATEKgl iMi,f AND UPRICHT PI AliGS, A:i - CABINET pRUAA a wholuutle and reiad, aAve - 4 pneee Te let, ead rent a-fciwej if pun-':.d. ? payment received for tne came, f ""i-i,T"1 T benraine; price from (-Hi to 5. i e-n pi I l-.-r s- has4 1 laaoe One of tiis lrjret at- .set -nt r - , music books, and music bmoi.i'j.i in t I a r-taiee W'arsrooms and Factory '- 1 Itntioi'. -York; Brooklyn Kooie.. lve 1 I unua st,- oiT t a Dime Savings bana. Lalaey's Baiidi ne KITEiyPiXSO-VlJriTir: I A. I m.m.mJ,m. . Ne M V'alker-st.t i.'sw-i . Our oomnany bems; hhikxkI i--i j ef ' -e4" worhmee w are en. led to vrodAoe a aaoce t i,. PianoWorle shea any etaer teou. Avvery instrument raeran'.oed lor five yeare - - TTOLIOAY -! P i'H..iU.L.., uLJ A A Aciso ed ta eupaxb - ruaeweod m ir a Y. H. CTTJ1T''" f s -' "' :.. Comer of t,s-a, ia t... - - PIANO-s-o.. - A LAI . ,A... ... t Dse.adsMMiu-UsBi I n re t Ijvi"1-", Ilea M braei" ay. tt. -m 1 nirm betere meamg th AAA. L.. . C,--e bisnwieutC'v I ' . U t.J M I - HA- VltV m Oil . w- a C O. l.'rVio i. : t . , Do 1 A C'i ', i , ,-., i . eo". i a wi. a e i Ou.m.) t S"1 LlIA.i .At frr; . . 7 a ,a I . J -mJ '-i-s' e - .it t t f t t : A- .- i ' i 1 i. ' i I " I : ! i i c f.i! fiy A 1 ? t ,T3 Vn.y'i mmm t II ' . . , . ' . it.