Newspaper of The New York Herald, January 2, 1867, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated January 2, 1867 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. WHOLE NO. 11,082. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 2, 1867. PRICE FOUR CENTS. PERSONAL.. M 1881 NO.?PA UL RIEtlER. FROM HUDSON CITY, Palkaade avenue; ?u seen last on Friday 0 o'clock, ou t he Bowery; email figure, red hair and beard. 04 yean old. Any information leading to the Ji.iovery of hi* whereabout* or concerning hli disappearance will be thankfully received by bii brother, P. Rieger, 41 Went Broadway. N OTICR.-IP STEPHEN ANDREWS OR SAMJ'EL Andrew*, formerly rmidenu of Chambly, near aon *1?the former now suppo-ed to lie living in Troy, N. Y., and the latter in New York citv?will forward their add re sa to box No. i Montreal Post oitlee. they will learn of eo mo thing materially ejecting their lutereeu _ The lady dressed in black velvet hat and cloak, bla h dreaa, accompanied by lady friend; baa Oyster* at Fttlton market; went to Fulton ferry; took rirtn avenue stage, on Saturday about two o'clooa; wa? reoueatea when crossing South stioet to look at the -'Personal*, will confer a great favor by tending addreae to Mortimer, bo* ?00 H erald oHoe. I iMJUND ADRIFT?ON DECEMBER 81, AT HARLEM Budge a large Scow, loaded wittt atone. The owner ean have the eamo by paying expenaea. Apply to O. P. Rayoor, Bridge Ootuge, Harlem. LOST-ON SATURDAY, DECEMBER 80, A POCKET, hook, with clasp broken, oontamlng about $76. The finder will be rewarded by returning the same to 162 West Fourteenth street LOST-ON TUESDAY, JANUARY 1. IN WEST Twenty-flm street, a (mall Black and Tan Terrier Dog. Answers to the name or Beebie. $1U will be paid on return log It to 147 l'ifth avenue, corner of Twenty-Hint street. LOST?ON NEW YEAR'S NIGHT. FIVE PIECES OF Music. A reward will be given on their return to Mesars. fieharfenberg A Luis, 768 Broadway. LOST-ON THE 18TH OF DECEMBER, A POCKET book, oontalnlng a small aum of money, a number of - Of Fitty-fourth street and Ft T OBT?$10 REWARD.?TAKEN BY MISTAKE FROM JA 186 East Tenth sti eet, last evening, about seven o'clock, at Blue Pilot Clotb Overcoat On returning the aame to PMtafJ. Tborne, No. 8 Beaver street the above reward will l*A'T"ir STRAYED OR 8TOLEN?ON NEW YEAR'8 DAY. FROM from a bouse in Thirty, fifth street between Fifth and Sixth avenues, a Bay Horse and dig. Anyone returning the same to the loe Company's stables, corner Barrow ana Washington streets, will be liberally rewarded. REWARDS. ~~ #1 n KEWARD.-LOST OOINO FROM JAMES SLIP Vlv to Hunter's Point, or near, a Diary, containing memoranda of no use but to the owner. Please return to W Day street second floor, and receive the above reward. REWARD.?THE ABOVE REWARD WILL BE paid for the recovery of a dark Mink Muff, lost De 1,18M. Please return to Pershall, 360 Madison st. $10 fin REWARD WILL BE PAID FOR THE RETURN ?1U of a small Black and Tan Slut lost nsar the oorner mt Thirty-first street sad Third avenue: she answers to the same of Rosy; has on a red cloth collar. Return to 146 Maroer street ERA REWARD AND NO QUB8TION8 ASKED TO 90U any one who will return to Mr. Bates, 88 Wall street room 17, a Black Leather Valise, loat on the Broad* way ears December 81. tonn REWARD,?LOST, IN BROADWAY 8TAOE, VaUv Gold Watch awl (main, with name of K. D. Hub. Bard oa the ease. The finder wtB receive the above reward Iky leaving the earne with Tiffany A Oa jOAEDKEgiWD LODOBR8 WAWTED. FURNISHED SUIT OF FRONT BHRwim, Id all mpMti desirable, to lot, with Board (pri vate labia): alaotwn or threo other Aoe Booms, with first Olate Board (table d'hote). Windsor Hotel, 22 Fourteenth Urate, bctwsfin Broadway and ?V??i avanuo. o T IT BJU5VOOBT PLAGE (TENTH STREET). NEAR A Broadway, two deterahle aeoood floor Front Rootna to teat, with Arte teaao Board. A TOUNO WORKING GIRL CAN GET VICE BOARD A with a ladf at $1 a week; Address, stating age and Mioan bo aeea, Comfort, bos 191 Herald offioe. I A PRIVATE FAMILY WILL RENT. WITH BOARD. IA the Second Story, handsomely furnished, of a house do I ten hi; located, to a family or to gentlemen. Inquire at 81 Bate Thirty-ninth YOUNG MAN CAN BE ACCOMMODATED WITH Board In a smalt respectable family. Terms $6 pet Apply at Ml First arenue. A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED BACK ROOM TO let, with Board er private table. Apply at 88 Clinton AT lit THIRD AVENUE?FIVE UNFURNISHED anltaof ltuoms, to -run:1 private families, in the moat ?antral Iocs, ion. Kent fll $15, $20, $2$ and $90 per month AT 51 A at T 51 LEXINGTON AVENUE-PLAIN COOKING AND abundint table, with or without newly fumtahed en suite or singly; associations first class. A HANDSOMELY FURNISUED BACK ROOM-ON _ meend and tl, rd l'oora, with first class Board, at 102 est Twenty second street. ATM BOND STRKET-TO LET. WITH BOARD. A rV large, elrrnr tly furnished front Parlor on third floor; Jso n neat Bedroom on fourth floor, tloum heated. A FURNISHED FRONT AND BACK ROOM. WITH A store# and watei, *9 Undaon street. A NIC7J.Y FURNISHED FRONT ROOM 0L TO LET. WITHOUT BOARD, TO A SINGLE GENT ONLY. APPLY AT 177 BLBECKKK STREET. ?OARD?WITH WELL FURNISHED ROOMS, IN A private faintly, for gentleman and wife or sIdeIc gen nan. Inquire at 21( Rant Tenth street, near Second eve ?oe. Reference required. Board ?Brooklyn hbiohts?a splendid suit of Rooms, with rioteU water. baUiroom, Be-, will be let, together or separately, to unexceptionable pat ties deal xtmg superior aecommodNUoiu, in the pi Irate tesldence MO Columbia street, overlooking the boy, and near Wall street mad Fulton terms. TXROOKLYN board?wit n ROOMS EM SUITE; also single rooms far gentlemen. Apply at M Dean F^BURNISHED ROOMS, WITH OR WITHOUT BOARD, to a private fussily, to gentlemen; gas. bath, Ac. At No. B Ferry street, Aohland ptsce. H^HANDSOMBLT FURNISHBD ROOMS TO LET-TO gentlemen or gonUomon and wtvoa. with Board: bonne new, with every convenieno*. Apply M Mo. 1 Van Nest glass. Charles street. LET-SEVERAL DESIRABLE, ELEGANTLY ^^?furnlahed Booms, with or without Board, In the first roaldenss, 158 Boooud avanuo. ' ? wppt |, I rpo LET. WITH BOARD-IN A SMALL PRIVATE FAM i tly, splendid Apartments, newly furnished; house has aM modern ImpmventeoU; Vocation very desirable; an una enal importunity for parties wishing a quiet, pleasant home for e fair compensation. Apply at 71 Irving piaee. A COMFOBTABLT FA'RMISHBD ROOMS. CONNECT T lag: bath, gas; together or separate: satiable for houas boopteg. Slngte Booms from gda week, te Mast Twenty nlghth street, oornor of Fourth arena*. 5MTH AVENUE, NOTB.-INOOMSBQUBNCB OP A ? family Waring for tho South, a attllog Room and Bod roan, also a Room for o aiogio gentleman, ean be had with fibteolam Board. OQ WBRT TWENTY-FOURTH flTRKET, BBTWBEN Otf Fifth and Sixth avenue*? A Porter and Bedroom, on ?sisal Beer, with Arte el ess Board, suMsbl* for n family. 645 IROADWAT? HANDSOMELY FURNISHBD teams; meals served If required. ?OAJhP AND LOPGIYB WASTRD. A TOUNO LADY?ENGAGED DURING THR DAY, A would like Board with a quite, agreeable family, withlo walking diets am of the Sixth avenue and Eighth street; rimngiiit be moderate. UnsxeeptlonaMe references given J? R-, IM Rest Thirty-ninth strote. TBOARD WANTED?BT A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, ?P te a Arte elaaa house, with Parlor and Hedroom, for the winter. A it drees room 9M Fifth Avenue Hole I SOARD WAMTED-BT A BINGLB GENTLEMAN, CON venlent to tho Boot river or Broadway ear* or stages; ekfaat and alt o'clock dinner; not higher than Tweuty third araet; term* mutt be roaaeoabl*. Add re .a for one week, stating accommodation* end price. T. 1. F. O., ear* Harna, Gains* A Co.. No. Id Whitehall street. Boarding wantkd-by a gentleman and ma wife, with a private family; modern house, nice locelitv. liberal board, above Fourteenth street. Prtoe, Including Are rl gas, about (18 per week. References given. Address bTF., earn of H. Ooriwen. 988 Hecood aveuue. WANTED?BT A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE (NO children), In a nice location up town, a Parlor and Bedroom, with Bath attached, and first elaaa Board, for which a liberal price will be paid; private family pr*(err*d. Boat of reference# given and required. Addree* H. R.. 28 Hurray street, up itaira. TlfANTBD?BY A SINGLE GENTLEMAN DOING V" bwalueue down town, a small furntatmd Room, wlih ?re. with a widow ludy preferred; stale number In family, with particular* Addle** || *t*tion K W^HANTBD.-A GENTLEMAN WIBHRN A COM PORTA bly lurnlebed Room, wits Hoard; private family pro faned; terms $15 per mouth. AddreuJ. G., Herald efflrf. HOI'RLS. VflLLH HOUSE, CHARLESTON. P. C.?THE FRO XII. prietor ha* fh<- pl-a'ure to Inform the (ravelling pub. Be. that he ha* completed SXtenitvo alteration* and improve, meats III the above establishment. It I* n?w re.nlv lor Hie rra-aotion of gneeta. Itegular comm't mention 1# now open With Florhte and all pom us South. JOMBI'H FL'Ht'KLL. Metropolitan hotel, Washington, d. c.-on nuwunt of the redn-Hun In price* of pnivielona, the mi* at Uiia hotel will b* gd per day frnm date. _Jsn I, M87 FoTTtj BHELLKT. PLANTERS' ifioTBU AUGUSTA# OA. - RKFUR Jl ni-?hed >uid reopened Cstebsf 8, 1888. TIloMAS a. JUCKEHgON, proprietor, late proprietor of Mills II,man, Charleston, c. C-, and of Vtocersou's Hotel, Columbia, WALL HOUML BROOKLYN. B. D -OHOICE RU1TB vv *mt single Room* may bo aeon rod by Nn mediate ap Ste*lh*Atrwfr "V i oT ii'te*' 8eEf Bg mtnutoe from New York INSTRUCTION. A GRADUATE OK TUK UNIVERSITY OK CAM bridge. Kngland, prizeman and rx-schnlar of bis coIIck", Birrs private Instruction In Classics. Mathematics, Philoso phy. English language sod literature. Gentlemen prepared for the Naval and military academies, the UNIVKKSITIES. Ac Highest references. Address nr ap ply to CANTAB, room No. 9 University Building, Washlng u>h Square, New York. AT $20.?PENMANSHIP. ARITHMETIC AND BOOK keeping, lessons unlimited. $20;*lsdies' Writing les sons, (7 0 :: day and eveutng during the holidays, t>3 Bow erv; liro klyn College removed to 849 Fulton street Kroirt Governor King?Colonel KaINE'S plan of instruction Is systematic and expeditious. ABCSINES8 EDUCATION. ?THOROUGH AND PRAC tical Instruction In Bookke?pin?. Wriilng. Arithmetic, Keadlnz, Spelling, (irammar, Ac., at Townseud's Academy, *>0 Bowery, day and evening. Rooms for ladies and private Instruction. Bookkeeping, writing, etc., for business ? Mr. DOl.Br.AR. efl9 Broadwav, teaches llookl.replng practically, aa used in the heat Now York houses. He also removes stllTnosa, cramping or trembling and makes elegant business penmen. Gentlemen can secure private rooms. QO.- PAYS FOR A BU81NESS COl'KSE, WRITING, ?Ps?ivJ Bookkeeping. Arithmetic. Forms, Ac , at BROWNE'S, 283 rulton street, Brooklyn, between Johnson anil Tillary. Unequalled for t oroughneaa and cheapness. Lessons unlimited, day and evening. SPORTING. All kinds of fancy dogs and birds, ao?, for sale?At B. DOVEY'S, 330 Canal street, near Church. Medicines for all caulne diseases. Prepared food for mocking birds. , FINE LOT OF OERMAN 8INGINO BIRD8. 187 (liberty street. Corner Washington. V A Francis butler, no. 3 peck slip, has all the choice breeds of Dors. Butler's Infallible Mange Cure and Flea Exterminator. 73 cents. Butler's new work on the Dog, $2. Dogs trained, boarded. Ac. Medicines for all die JOHN ORAY, 11 ROOSEVELT STREET, HAS FOR SALE Newfoundland Dogs, Bull Terriers. Spftx Dogs, one King Charles Cog. a pair of small Black and Tan Terr,era, Scotch, Bkye Terriers, Puppies of different breeds. JUST IMPORTED?A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF Canaries and other German Singing Birds of the first quality; also two of the largest Lions ever brought to this country, at C. BA.N'DKs' bird and animal emporium, 192 William street, below Frankfort. HOR8E8, CARRIAGES, dtC. A FINE LOT OF C. P. KIMBALL'S PORTLAND Sleighs; also ono Stiver's, pole and shafts, and a two aeated Stiver's, and a number or second hand Sleighs. A. HYXABD, 78 and 80 Bank street. A CLOSE MATCHED TEAM OF DAPLED ORAY pony built Yermont Horses, 5 years old. cheap; also a team of black Canadian Mares, cheap; a week's trial given. 408 Pearl street. Express wagons for salb.-two new con cord single Wagons, with tops. Apply to 8. W. W1L BON. 298 Broadway. _ OR SALE-FOUR LARGE NEW TWO HORSE Trucks. Apply to 8. W. WIL80N, 198 Broadway. F r?R SALE?A PAIR OF HAND80MB DARK BAY Horses; also two elegant Carriages, a Clarence and Vic toria. To be seen for one week at the stables corner of Thirty-seventh street and Seventh avenue, between 10 and 3 o'c.oek. rR SALB-A VARIETY OF DOUBLE AND SINQLE Business Sleighs, at A. T. BRIGG8', 64 Rutgers slip. For sale-a large, pony built marb. and a powerful team of truck Horses. Apply at SO Now Chambers street. For salr-toobther or separate, a mare, half spring Cart,end Harness, all as good as new; the Mare over 1.400 pounds, a fast traveller. Apply In front of drug store corner of Betavta and New Chambers streets, for one week. DORTLAND CUTTER FOR BALK?LIGHT AND FIRST I class, both la make and style, but little used. Apply at West street. SLEIGH FOR SALE.?VKEY HANDSOME. TWO seated Peny Sleigh, ea good aa aew. Apply at private stable 318 Mercer street. S?LEIGH* cARRIAOB*. ? 1UU SLKTHOS FOB BALE, 1,000 STRAPS SLEIGH* BELLS. C. WITTT, CARRIAGE WARERKOOMS. OS BROADWAY. NBAS BLBBCKER STREET. Wanted?a horse, to hards high; must be sound and kind, a nun preferred. Cell corner of Fifth nod Lewis streets, for WM. E. CON KLIN. $550 -HORSE, WAGON, HARNESS AND WORK. ? paving at the rate of gl.608 per annum. Must Satisfactory reasons for aale. Cull ~ l>c add. Satisfactory reaaona for aale. Cull Oils day at Weat 8eventeenth|itreet, or 81 Ltipenard streeCJ HOUSES, ROOMS. AC., TO LET. FAMILY GOING ABROAD WILL RENT A HOUSE A In Thlrtv-flfth street, between Fifth and Nlxtli arcnuea, until May. I860. Poaaeaalon Immediately. Rent SlOO per month. The bona* la In perfect order and fully fnrmahed. Scrvauta will remain If desired. Add; ess R., box 2,309 New York Post office. A HOUSE TO LET AND FURNITURE FOR SALK Ir a nuod location. Kent only $i(J0 per month. Seve ral otliera in Twenty-fourth. Twenty-sixth, Thirteenth. Tlilr. tr-lhlrd, I blrty-fifth aire eta, Lexington avenue, Seventh nveuuo and Wevertey place. SMITH A P.OLSTON. 88 Fifth avenue. ACOTTAOE TO RENT?IN HARLEM. OR WILL eall at a bargain; $1,601) cash re<|ulr<'d; rood neighbor hood. A cheap Houae for aale la Brooklyn. Apply at AKt Broadway, room 20. A THREE STORY HOUSE TO LST.-8750. NO. 4 Varlck street. Houae and Store. 114 West Broadway. fbOO. Apply SMITH, Ktankfort Houae, Frankfort and Wil liam streete. IOFTB TO LET-IN CHAMBERS STUEKT. FIRST, J Second. Third and Fourth Lofta, 2&xli3 lent, running through to Reade atreet. Apply to D1XUX, GLAUKS A HALLETT, 148 Chamber! atreet. PROPOSALS WILL BB RECEIVED TILL FEBRUARY 1, 1887. for renting Sthrea and Offices In the New lie,aid Hulkting, ou Hraedway, Park row and Ann atreel. Plana of epremises Pan be examined at the olilco of the Superln udeut. oom< " ? .corner of Fulton and Nnanau alreeu, to whom tbe proposals may be directed. PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED TILL FEBRUARY I, 1887. for renting Stores and offices in the Herald Building, corner of Fulton and Nnanau streets. Plans of the premises can 1)0 examined at the office of the Superintend cut, to whom the prupoeala may be directed. STORK TO LET?185 THIRD AVENUE; FIXTURES and Lease for sale cheep; a first rate stand end cheap eat rent In the city; 590a month. at 618 Grand M. fTK) LET?FURNISHED. A NICELY FURNISHED 1 H onset In Bast Twenty-ninth street, near Lexington ue, mi ? avenue, from now until the 1st of May. Bent 5360 per Address box 8,?7 Poet office. TK) LET-A NEATLY FURNISHED HOUSE. ON WEST 1 Porty-st*th street. Rent moderate. For permtie apply (?JOHN IlAVANAGH, neetheaal eoraar of forty eeodnd street and Sixth avenue. LET-PART OF BROWN STONE HOUSE, OR ^?rhole. till Met L $160 per month for all. Call at 1*1 ? Forty eighth atreet. corner Seeond avenue. HOUSES*, KoOMi, AC., WANTED. AH STORK ROOM WANTED BY 15TH JANUARY, BE ? tween Thirteenth end Twenty fourth street., ou Broad way. First floor or high basement, with good light. REffi^H box No. 4.W0 Puet office CWTRNISHED ROOMS WANTED?THREE OR MORE, f with faculties of kltehen. In a respectable private fami ly; terms net to exceed $85 or fed a month. Add rem Cash, Herald office. W^HANTBD?AN UNFURNISHED HOUSE. THREE OR four stories, high stoop. In an unexceptionable neighbor hood. Address, with fall particulars and pries of rent, W. hoi J.fWS Post office Wanted?an unfurnished house, situate Vt up town. Address M. W.. box IM) Poet office. WANTED IMMRDIATELY?FOR MANUFACTURING purposes, one or two upper Lofts, In the neighborhood el Houston sti eat and First or Beooad avenue. Addieae box 1,885 Post office. Wanted?for a long time, in a private family, by a gentleman nf quiet habits, a small fur nished Roam, not far up town. References F??nu? quired. Address, staling the lowest terms, A. B., Herald office. DRV GOODS. Auction goods.-auction goods for the holidays. Lupin's best Merlnoe, from tl to $115: French and Norn wlch Pophas IWc. to 45c : Empress Cloths. 81c. to 80c.; Paramattas. 26c. S0c.| Linens, Flannels, and Dnmeettoa lower than ever; Cloths, Casslmeres and Satinets Very tow. Also 10 0GU pairs Hlnnkeis. from $3: 4 (XX) Straw Mattresses. 3.0UJ llnlr Mattresses. 3,800 Hair Pillows, at leas than cost of making. Wholesale and retail. WILLIAM MATHEWS. 84 Catharine street. COAL, WOOD. AC. A CHALDRON PUR CORK.?DELIVERED immeitlaioly. Apply at my coke office at tbe New York Gas Works, at Twcnty-flrst street and avenue A. S F. gllKKWlMH). DENTISTRY. A MOST WONDRRFUL DISCOVERY.?TEETH Ex tracted without pain (ten fairs) by the original be numbing application (narcoitsaiurei. Laughing (las fresh daily, beautiful Teeth, fl. .1. JAY VILlKKS, 185 Grand street, near Broadway. N EXPRESSES. EW YORK AND BOSTON THE MERCHANTS UNION EXPRESS COMPANY hare opened their line between New York and Boston bv the land route, via New Haven, Hartford end Spring tie Id BY SPECIAL TRAIN OPTHREB OARS AT 8 P. M. old and experienced mesaenge-s have been selected for there trains, and arrangements have been made for the de I'verv of MERCHANDISE, BILLS. BONDS. SPKCIK, JEWELRY, AND VALUABLES at the earliest moment. Freight and valuables nailed for or reeelved at the offices, 888 end 817 Broadway, corner of Franklin street: 180 Bbuad war. between John street and Maiden lane; Ml and W Hud son, corner of Leonard street; and earner Fourth avenue nod thirty second gtreni rOPAHTNBK>ilUP('. ClOPAKTNKKSHir NOTICE.?HAVING THIS DAY AD 1 Mr. John P. Schermerhorn ?sa partner, the busi ness will hereafter be conducted in the name or DEAN A Si'HE KM KRHOKN. Iron and Steel Warehouse, IIP Market ?Up New York. Jan. 1, 1867. (VOPAKTNKRSHIP.?THE SUBSCRIBER HAVINO J 11at-n into copartnership his ?oa, Christopher Prince, the bus tie s will tw carried on from this day under the firm of John P. Prince A Sou. JOHN D. PRINCE. Dissolution.-the firm or rostwick, sahin A Clark la thia day dissolved by lisallalion. Either partner will sign in liquidation. OLIVER M. BOBTWICK, OLoBGE D. 8AIUN, JO\J| CLARK. lfum r. ore en vault. New You. Dec. >1. 1W. COPAR rNEKRfnP. The undersigned bare thia day formed a conartnershtp under the ttrm of lioetwlck, SabTn A Co , for the continua tion of the list, Cap and iitrair tin <da business. OLIVER b. BO.-TWICK, OfcOllOK D SvllIN, ISAAC P. ? KEKNVAULT. Nkw Yobs. Jan. I, 1867. (NEO. H. SflRKVE 18 ADMITTED TO AX INTEREST T In our firm from this dale, the Brm name remaining the same. J. M. HILLINGS A CO. New York. Jan. I, 1867. M R. CLARENCE STEWART BROWN.IS THIS DAY admitted as a partner in our annual Arms. Nkw You*, Jan. f, M7. BROWN BROTHERS A CO. N KW TURK. JANUARY 1, 1867.?MR. OEORtSE H. Marvin la this day admitted a member of our lirm. C. R. MARVIN A CO. PARTNER WANTED-WITH A CASn CAPITAL OF (tun to $6,00', a rare chance for the right man. CUBHINO A W IND, 88 Cortlandt street. PARTNER WANTED?EITHER ACTIVE OR SPECIAL, with $8 000, to extend a wholesale manufacturing busi ness In the millinery line; $3 060 at present Invested. Ad dress Mlliiuery, box 1A) Herald office. PARTNER WANTED.?A GOOD MAN, WXLLIN0 TO Invest $600 In a steady, clean, fair aid protnable busi ness. may examine such at 74 Bleacher street, corner of Broadway, room No. 8. PARTNER WANTED?IN A RELIABLE FIRST CLASS rash business, well established. Apply at 60 Wall street, second floor, up small tlighl, In the rear, room No. 4. Robert s anderson has interest in my business from this date, whieh will be conducted under the Arm name of W. F. Liverinore A Co., at No. 30 broad street. W. F. UVEKMORE. New York. Dee. 31, 1806. The undersigned have formed a oopart. ners1-'- * ? ? change i I ne-shlp for the transaction of a general Banking. Kx i and Commission business, at 16 Nassau street. C. C. PUFFER. A. V. DIMOCK. January 1.1867. E. D. WESTON. w ILLIAM p. JAFFRAY BECOMES A MEMBER OP our tlrm from this data E. 8. JAFFRAY A CO. Nbw York, January 1.1867. TITANTED?A PARTNER IN A FIR8T CLASS HOTEL, TV including ' idlng bar. billiard, oyster and lee cream saloon. Apply at 60 Wall street, second door, rear olloe, room No. S. 28 BROAD STREET, NET YORK, JANUARY 1, 1867. The lirm of Dupre, Kreta A Co. Is this day dissolved by mutual coueeuL O. KRBTZ, ) Surviving partner* of A. D. DAVIS, I Dupre, Kretx A Co. 88 Broad Sturdy, Nbw York, Jan. 1, 1867. Referring to the above I beg to inform ay friends and tbe IpublK In general that I shall continue the business of tar late Arm under mv own name, and that Mr. William Spotdsn holds my power of attorney. O. KRETZ. (IAD -wWANTED, AN ENERGETIC BUSINESS ?1,UUU, man, as partner In a safe, lucrative enter prise. Address, giving real name and residence, E. A. H., Herald < IOfMl ?A OOOD OPPORTUNITY TO ENTER A .6UU, manufacturing business already established and doing well. Apply atsn Water si. BDBI. to pro NITIEg. p^sssrsjsjy jsta?!!1?8* orTHK'R szjxr"- ^ -ff AfSScy, T^^mn^SS. f.XCLU81V? burner, oddreaj Jooeph Hldge. HtehminaflB!" kw><*0* ?? "iS't ia^as^Haw | Refinery, Herald office Addre?? for three day? $25 thJh'floaiT^ ,A 8PF"DID month*; goods ?Uu>le as ttonr p.i'i ^ ? hn HMkta In six Pln#? ?trrei/n>om il. *' CU1 and torwUfatn at 48 $150 T^nW"^en?^r?nerOV,:'^^ tereet m one of the moat iEl h!,.f? "n ?**?nlent In the ootintrv, a I reLl/mmlX..,? b",r,,:"? 'ntereruw. In "reet, thliyl floor. ???'WtaheJ. Apply .1 UJ Nmmu $2,000 ? ^^1^M7i"n'?'?KVH^K Ma* wIS'? factoring bualncaa, already iUrtid''?J.rl,'.'.r""fTr''lbl* ,n?"u "WtHl nnu entarprl^ t? V? " a Ilttln m?re it Pnrtlandl aire-It within {l.twl J.T. 'T"?"!?! ' c*'' 'HI at la offered and dealred. Nona Imt nrin A ' lo1r,-"tl?itl.?n t mi,,,.;.. ?? pnnc.twi* l)rm _ .GAI A MAN UFACJ LftlNO CoSVjfSr. ~? for sa?i;~ ===== ropf?*n pl-in, $lf).fl(M \l^, n -nim? u * * Hot#!. Ku ? ?. A. BOHIXMIR. 86 ?UUg atreet. 15^'PaawfeS.-:. A '?? "ai.^ "? VOOLEY, A urtlona#,- ?fe Ho.rl aireat. D,Jrurmahed!V,nd doing now ?^?h.F-H*7*DHn?|RLT or to eirhangc fo- Improved rea? ?mlie ta ,or <?aa B. U , box IN liSud oB? ; * 1004 ?'h'00* Ht. gas ^rr!r. tsrvas y?Lddt^ga8i^?g^T?AM);Q^^ Haltr). now doing . prwap.?? ?2de?l?d '**' the moat eligible atof?alBt2r?Jir?I.i.0^?,W1"? ??e of t-bd.dalpauTZn^Su. m?ni. ?^md floorTlte *tas" *??*? ?4to bene nr more aouTd bo don? Au * * ml"ton i j~w<SS?SfcBtVeS?S;KS ??? ta^?w?wT e^. . iPBCIAL WOTICBR, directory of thl. ?? ?J^p ?'?? sss?#ts Trvt Comrmnr Will \m c\o**\ frnm \?*\2w?' tnd tjbrbia. ~~ nla. or'rupture, ??? "r^y "!7* n"" and ofllea 4M Broadway. Raw fork ?u?raataad. Rooma T>Ewr.0TTORB or RMPRnT ~ ?I. far the purpow of taklna .unahli! ? '? ^""Oibrr Pweal death ofTr!(>ror?V r-!Ho!-V"in " ^rJ ?" ">? Tjamaaea jaznet. aavr belovid tor bla prraonil no" ISc ,T "u'u ?? be Waa Hi* ?*l,r"M'on ?? "or P?n or the Anw nrelJ!r 0,11 for mt b,dhrd"mi"''m"1 at aa.orj?ooti with him. d^lly found r^ll'm?"'<,"* * ,on? ralri-m aala correct and rlMenl ofll^rUna *rr"r,i.b"" ' "lf and mrard a. an nnarlfl.h and fnion "ur admiral on | ainl a faithful friend, hare "jnertin^'L l """"P^ni-n ttol owitemn Hie without a *rlif C|,2 |k. ^LT, 01 'r" c"? jnany amiable 'luautle. anrfe* Lul In d?Ln T' 2" of '<? frrl ?are. la al.ared by all who wwn aJSP" -""' "h eh. we J Heaoived, That while we abiink inL know him' aacr.aloea.of Ue m'f l,? 1?'Lr,g.0>iy."Pon the Uioae hound to him by nearer and Mnd.?1,', .!**" P'u"??d while we are deeply ,en,.*,e^of"?,, u te?m'7 ,b"n w"' ?nd human oonaaletlnn In ailrh a rnlatnol ,u*?Jr ""X from tendering to. hem iheeaeBr^m . 1/-'.^rrfrain eerh ane of ua la with then. 1SVI ^ 'kaarmpathv of tha memory of mm Umv mou n .k.' ,' ""'rtion. aed that among u? mourn aball erer be cberlahed fnead In almdr'and Ui'aI*aorl^r,fh"n"^1 "f ?"r departed ' Warded to hi, faml'iy"h*1 ^ <? J. W Horn mm, rteoreury. A"BS "KLLT, Chairman. -~vw^v,.*ahb,'K MAhtbiji, ~ MASE^^7jLbio,^"li^r^'7? HMuiiiiH city to puri ZI"W prion Ighteeotb i F1\AN(1AL. fUTlKl NB' SAVINGS hawk, NO. M BOWERY, COK V rer of Canal street New York. Junuury, 1867.?Six per oent. fro' fi-om government tax 1867? JANI'akY INTEKI-.8T ?The regular semlannnvl Interest kt the rate of HIX PER CENT per annum (free from government 'ax), will be p.iil on anil after Monday, Jan uary 21. 1887, on all sums of Ave dollars and upward whleh hare been on deposit mr three or six months prerlous to the first of January. Interest no: withdrawn will b* added to the original de posit. and benr interest from the 1st of January. Money depo tiled now, or on or before January 30, will bear Interest fiom the 1st of January. Bank open every day for the reception and payment of money from 10 to & und also on ? MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS, from | to 7. Bank books In German. French and English. UKOKGK KuLaOM, President. Famous A. Brncx, Secretary. CIOI'PONH OK BONDS OF IK CITY OK FAN FRAN i rlaoo due in New York 1st of January next, will bn paid In coin at the agency of the Bank of C iltiurma. No. SJ riuo street LEES A WALLER. (ION IINENTAL NATIONAL BANK, NEW YORK, DEC. J 1!'. 1866. DirioseiThe Directors of the Continental National Bank lmve thla d iv declared a semi-annual dividend of Ave pei eeni, free of government tax, payable on and alter the Ad day of January next. The transfer book* will clone on the 23d Inst,, at 3 P. M., and open ou the lid day of January, 1867. 0. F. T1MPSQN. Cashier. DEL AW A BE, LACKAWANNA AND WESTERN RR. Company?Gener il ODIcc. 26 Exchange place. New York. December 28, lhC6.?Notice?'Tbe transfer books of thisoompanyareclosed until the morning of Wednesday, January 3. 1867. By order ot the Board of Managers. A. J. ODELL, Treasurer. VTBW YORK AND HARLEM RAILROAD COMPANY, JN Treasurer's office. New York. Dec. 19. 1866. The New York and Harlem Railroad Company have de. dared a dividend of four per cent ou <he preferred an i common stock, snd the Same, leu the government tat, will be paid to the .shareholders on the 3d day of January, 1867, at the office of the company, corner of Fourth avenue and Twenty-sixth street. The transfer books will bo closed at 3 P. M? December 86, 1866, sud opened at 10 A. M. on the 3d ol' January, 1867. W. C. EMERSON, Treasurer. National bank of the commonwealth, new York. December 27, 1865 ?A dividend of six (6) per cent, free of t nlied States tax, will be wkld to the stock holders of this bank ou Wednesday, the 3d of January next. GEORGE ELLIS, Cashier. SBN8ENDEKFKR MINING COMPANY.?THE TRUB. toes of ibis company have declared a dividend of one perceuton the capital stack I rum the net earnings fur the mouth of November, payable at their office, January J, 1867. Transfer books closed from the 39th of December to January 4,1867. U. A. 8HURIN, 'treasurer, 19 Broad street. Trustees ok creditors and stockholders of the Ohio and Mlssiaslppl Railroad Company (K. D.)? Ofllce 88 Wall street. New York. Dec. 28 1856. At a meeting of the trustees 0t creditors and stockholders of the Ohio and Mississippi Railroad Comptny (Eastern Di vision), held ttds day. the following preamble and resolution

were unanimously udnpusd. and directed to be puol.shed for the Information of parties interested In the trust:? Whereas, the trustees are specifically directed by the trust agreement to pay. on the 1st of January, "to the owners of erufloat ... - - ? ? fuel erred certificates." interest at the rate of seven per cent n money in ease such payment ean lie made "without 'ert oua damage or prejudice to the requirement* of the trust," otherwise la farther preferred eertidenies:" and whereas, tb'-read and property of the Ohio and Mississippi Railrued Company (Eastern Dlylslou) are advertised to bo sold on the kb of Jan January. 1867, under the decree of ibo United States Court In the foreclosure sntt, In consummation of which sale there will become due and payable to sundry parties named In said decree, an amount or money estimated at $800,000; leress, ths I 1 ' epairing of the other damage to ths road caused by the I in September last, cannnot be delayed without perms. Injury t? the business end Interests of thertad; and And whereas, the rebuilding of the Great Miami Bridge, and Injury whereas, the trustees have hitherto collected from the re* ?river in payment for first mortgage coupons belonging to the trust the means whereby tbey have bee enabled here tofore to pay the wtere.t on the preferred oertitlotes In money, but are now unable so to procure the means for the pevment of the Interest due on the 1st of Janu try next, ow ing to the Imperative demands upon the receiver by the road ss sftimaslil . ?Therefore, resolved That the interest doe on preferred fiuli^legatam^mmBm ferred certlfleatee te the persons or Uieir legal repte-wuta " ? - and en their requeet. as Uvea en that day owning the same, provided In the trnst aueeemeul; such luvther pre/erveA eer-_ ilficatea to be ready for delivery on after tue 26th day of January, 1867; ana Inasmuch aa the transfer books have been rloaed fot an unusual time that persons so owning pre-i ferred oerUfiealea net already standing In their names on the books ef the trustees be requested to present the same tn evtdenou of the ownership and for record without delay. ALLAN <? iMKHr.LL. Chairman. ? T?'K ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS I ? of the Behrelber Cornet Manufacturing Company for the I election of new trustees and officers for the cnsufn^^^M will be held at the SfeNlcholat January, 1867, at M o'clock M. specifully Invited to ?t lend. election of new trustees snd officer* for the ensuing year I will be held at the ttt-Nicholas Hotel on Wednesday, the 9th The stockholders are re ? E. JU1LLEKAL, Fee. rpO CAPlTALWTS.swMONBY WANTED, TO LOAN ON X Improved farm* la MtcuNm county, and oouutlea ad Joining. Can receive* peMrfbx iiiteieat: bast af references given. or bond If required. Address Steuben, rosea C, 10V Broadway, New York. rBNTY-NINTII DIYIDKND.?H YNOVER FIRE IN stiranec Company. 1 he board of director* of this com psnv hare declared a semiannual din lend of fire (5i per eent, free from government t.x. pevab.p on demand at tbeir offla . No. 4ft Well atrcct. L REMSE.N LANE, Secretary. Nkw Yob*, Jan. 1, 1067. UNION DIME SAVINGS BANK, 420 Canal street. come - of Yarlck. SIT PER CENT In |Ut to f r> fin, free of lai. Depoeiia t.e fore January *7 will bearluere.u fr?tn January I. Aam-u ?2..-dS,iS8 \4. E. V. IlAUmitVOUT President G. s. i'HariN, Treasurer; T, S. Akhoi k. Secret try. <J?nr Ann ^ liOAM-ON CITY REAL ESTA+fc, tiwl mortgage, hi 7 per eiat, J. 80L1S R1 ITERS AND, 30 Wall ?t? Jaunoey court. S'^50 000 T? L04N"~IN TO srIT, ON city real a-l-Ue, >.(, per reut of Taliiuiiuo; prompt attention. C. K. WILLIS k CO., 31 Pine street, baaement. SUIT-ON <? A nn ft/Wl TO LOAN IN SUMS TO 8U V"l' MF.Im 7U Real K?taic. Prompt rttendoe J-nrve sum* preferred. Apply to CilAS. P. Gil,MAN, 113 i preferred* Apply to CHAS. P. UlLMAN, 113 Broad way. room No. 6. LOAN OYP1CBR. AT 77?MONEY LIBERALLY ADVANCED ON DIA MONDS, WATCHES. JBWBI.RY, Ac. OR T,IK RaME BOUGHT AT THE MIOHJUf RATES. AMD PAWNBROKERS' TICKETS BOUGHT KOIt DIAMONDS. WATCHES. JEWELRY, Ac., at 77 Bleeoker street. up stairs. 2>AW NBROKKRS' TICKETS BOUGHT ON DIAMONDS. _ Watcher and silk, or advances m. e on tke mine, at 730 Elizabeth strct, room No. L OrerrnaW and Clothing for sale. TIIK LECTURE SEASON. VOCJIO MEN'S CHRWTIAN ASSOOIATION.-KEEE X Lecture by Rev J. Headier, at the rooms No. Ml Fifth avenue comer afTwentv-second street, this (Wc<inea deyi evening, at S o'clock. Subject?"t'ne Englishman In India." Young men are Invited. CITY REAL BOT'ATB PUR IULK. Fnor sale-three full lots. 75x100"wmr tiiK building.on llw east side of Oreenn street, 100 feci from Grand street, the centre ol the great hualneee Improvement* now being trade Apply to M. J. HOWARD, at M Greene street, before 4 P. M.. oral Mil West Twenty-fliei from 6 to * P. M , to the owner's agent THOMAS J. STEWART. IPOR SALE-TWO PULL LOTS. *0X100. ON THE BAST r ante of Greene street, 12ft leet from Grand, between Canal and Brooms street, with the buildings thereon erect ed, which have lately been alteied for business purpose* '1 be l?oailoo la most central, and on the line of the great Improvements, now going forward. Possession May 1. ?bt? - flct class Investment, na alar? Is an opportunity for a first class Investment, aa a large rental can he bad for the property as It stands. Apply to H. J. HOWARD. No. A4 Greene street, before 4 P M.. oral MB West Twenty drat street, from ft to 0 P. M.. to the own er'* scant, THOMAS J. HI I WART. A The House and Lot. 20X1(10. adjoining, I0> feat from Grand street Poaaeaoiou May 1. F? R BALE-THREE 8TORT HIGH RTOOP BRICK Mouse, In good order. 120 Monroe Greet. F? R HALE?$lft,000; IMMEDIATE POMBRSION. FIRST class three story high stoop br.rk, lAd.-tft, beantlfully ?? . " 4 located. 112 Porty tlftb street, half block fr.un Bruadu-av and Sixth aeenue cars. 70 per eent oau remain. Apply after MA. M. rR SALE VERY REASONABLE?ONE OR THREE private Stable* nn Murray Hill, watt of Lexington ave nue; or will exchange for a str ctlv first class Farm. KILI'aTKICK. Roll's Head Rank Hutldlnge. COUNTRY REAL EST AT R FOR BALE. A BNt'O FLAIN COTTAGE. WITH HALF AOP.R OF XX ground, well Improved, for sale lu Mount ternon, Westchester county. N. Y.s price 01800. Inuuire on prem. Iscs, eleventh avenue, corner of Third street. Mount Vernon, or address box IM Pent office, Brooklyn, B. D. All wanting farms.?good soil, mild cli mste. 34 miles south of Philadelphia. Price only Sift Br acre, also Improved Karma. Hundreds are aettliug. formation sent free. Address C. K. LAN Did, Vineland, New Jersey. mil IIE HOLD-A BEAUTIFUL FARM OF lft ACRES. X rich aoU. situated In I'tkc county PennaylVanta. naar railroad depot; two 5nod house* ami barn, farming Imple ments, Stock and household furniture If NM0MI w?i< r privilege guaranteed; IS son ? cl-arcd. rerrsitidrr In umber; it good ore hard mowing up Term* mesh-rate; ca?h required. N KY*tl, 3d Ryersun street, Brooklyn. Apply at Mr* DiiLAM RBAIs M.hTATM \\ A Vl'ihh WANTED TO PURCHASE?A HOUSE, ??N THE weal aide of New York city. Addeess, with lowest 8rw ?nd all particulars, J. Andrew, 70 .leihnaon street, rooklyu. MACHINBKY. Boilers for hale- two ftUE and tubular RnUer* for sale seiitalde for ft) lo M Inch cylinder atid It feet smoke. In llrst rale eeindltloet. Il.ive not been In use two years. Apply to HaRLaN, IIOLLlNMbWuRTH ?o. Dal. k Co.. W llmlngton 10NGINSKRS AND OTHERS INFLUENCING BALM 'J ft < Jy e>f engines, Isillcrs, Ac., or giving Infe.renatlem leading to sale e, liberally treated with by addresring hnglne Builder, box ISO Herald nffiee. LtOR HALE?TEN ItORNK ENGINE: PRIOR JSOO. Alan live feet Dlmphiel Blower, 0l!fc?i both In good A' Alan nve met Dlmphiel Blower, mm; ootu order. Apply to II. W. OI'.KhNli. IK Spruce street. IlORTAHLB HTKVt ENGINES AND CIRCULAR RAW MILLS, e beet and most eomple'e In us* sent on appia-a'lat. WGOft * btMburiCAM ENGINE COMPANY, - UUflajl. Y? and ft Balden laue. New York. AMINKMKM'#. Broadway THEATRE ADMISSION 60 CENTS. Iioori 0[x?n hi 6'X b.'iflus at 7\ o'clock. Last week but one of the great cmnedt tu, MK. JOHN K. OWENS, who will IhU evening a |*-ir In TWO HPBCIAL CHARACTERS, JOSHUA BUTTEHBY In the VICTIMS, "And when you wear it tlilnk of m#:" also as Amlniaab Mocum in the local burleUa of CHLOROFORM; OK. NEW YORK IN 1W. which, owing to thedeure of earing 'r. llwwi in other characters, mini be withdrawn after a lew days. Another new piece In active preparation?THE VIOl.KT. Due notice will be given of the reproduction (by request) for two nights only taf SOLON SH1NOLK. Reiucinber. last week but one of J. E. 0WEN8. Seats may be secured six days in adranoe. NEW YORK THEATRE. Lessees und Managers. Messrs. MARK SMITH A LEWIS BAKER. 0 llliAT SUCCESS or THE PARISIAN KAIKY SPECTACLE or CKNDKILLON. Now being produced with ENTIRELY NEW dCENKUY AND MAONIKICBNT WARDROBE, under the iminedlste stipervivlon of MI.xS SALI.1K .A. HINCKLEY. A COMPLETE CORPS DK BALLET OF PUTTY LADIES, AMP A POWERFUL CAST. For synopsis of seenerv ami incidents see bills of the day. OR AN D CKNDKtt LON MATINEE, SATURDAY. Jan. 5. all! o'clock Seats secured six days in advance. HARTZ'M TEMPLE OF MVSTKRY, DODWOUITI HALL, KM BROADWAY. M. HARTZ. THE ILLUSIONIST. Continued Success of the Most Marvellous Peat of Modern Times?THE HEAD IN THE AIR. Multum In l'arvo and other wonders every evening at 8. Mr. A. Sedgwick will perforin on the English omrortlna. Tickets 60c Reserve.I seals $1, For sale at the hall from 10 till 4. Doors open at 7?4. Matinee Saturday at 2. The t.'hjclerlng piano la used at these performances. OARD M. IIART7. IS NOW PREPARED TO SUPPLY Mavieal Entertniumcnis for private parties during the ldsys. performing himself or tindtug assistance qualified for so "doing. Apply at the H tlL SAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS, 681 BROADWAY. The trouble e 'muimces at a quarter to 8. THE CKEMK DK I,A CKEM'? OK MINSTRELSY. BIRCH, WAMBOLD, BERNARD A BACKUS* SAN h KANOISC'J MINSTRELS, whose success has never been equalled bv any simitar organ ization in the world. New and cheerful Burlesques every week. Mump Speech, I Am Here. Bl.iek Otnello. (lam brinua Opera of Lager Beer, Imitation of Actors. Love's Kmblcs or Cnptd's Pall. CenJrillon. The Screaming Black Cook and Atrican Ballet Troupe. (THAKLEY WHITE'S TROUPE. J Every nlgbtat Bryan s' Mechanics' Hall. 472 Broadway, near Grand street. ANOTHER OBEAT MILL PGR NEW YEAR WKEK. MISS CARRIE AUSTIN, 1887. MISS CARRIE AUSTIN. NEW PI'iCKS, 1x67. NSW PIECES. NEW BALLETS, 1867, Nr.W BALLETS. NEW SONGS, 1887, NEW SONGS. NEW ACTS, 1867. NEW ACTS. STREETS OK NEW YORK. STREETS OP NEW YORK. GREAT MASONIC FAIR IN AID OF THE HALL AND Asylum Fund, la now open at the Presbyterian church, corner of Oruud and Crosby streets. The display of goods will be unusually attractive, and pre sents advantages for those wishing to purchase for the hob day*. The proceeds of this fair are to be appropriated to the erection of un asylum as a home for widows and orphans, the aged and iudtguut, and uppealt strongly to the sympa thies of the charitably disposed. The committee call atten tion to the Whoe'er A Wilson Sewing Machine sold by J. T. Ellis A Co., corner Broadway and Twenty-ascend street, which contribute, liberally to the proceeds of the fair and offer peoullar advantages to buyer*. Admission 86 cents. Season tickets >1. CENDRILLON.?THE TRANSLATION AND MODELS of the above spectacular piece, hi prod need by Mlae Nellie Hinckley, at the New York theatre, where H la being I crowned with Immense success, can be purchased for pro duction In other cities. Atao, a number or other plecee I brought by her from Psrla. Communication* may he ad dressed to her agent, William P. Hnrd New \ork theatre. Theatre fkanuaish to let-durino the ar *etire of Madame Rtatorl from New York, for the even ing* Monday, Wednesday. Prlday, and matinees, for operas, dramas, concert*, lectures, Ac. Apply at Chic he ring" a, 668 Broadway. George Harrison-the only vocal inbtruc tor of Master Rtehard Coker previous to his recent visit to Europe, is desirous of meeting with two hoys from ten to twelve reare of age possessing natural musical In telligence and r.'iod voices. Freedom from any kind of rausTe&i training preferable. Apply at 61 bands street, Brooklyn. IALBI iT AUOTM)>? By henry a. lkkds a miner. auctioneerh HUJtttY H. LKKDS. AUCTIONEER. THE G4MBART SALE OK rICTURi.H. comprising a large and highly nliublo collection of the m??t desirable Pictures In this country, recently Imported, and now on cxliil.lllon ul tbe Studio Building, 91 West Tenth aireet, near sitth ivenue. HENRY 11. LEEDS A MINER will eell by nuct.on. on the eveu njt of THURSDAY. JANUARY 10, at 7>i o'clock pr.aisely, at t'ie HTUDiO 11U1LDING as a bore, the most _ VALUABLE COLLECTION OF PICTURES dlapntod of by auction titi* sealing. Amoiif other celebrated nrlisu n 1U be fottml the follow. In*. \li;? Herein o, Meleeonler, Duverger. Ed. I'rtire, Batigoiot, Ooomaua, I'laaiab, Roller, C. epruiger, I'i lili Iilngm. Ruipr ex, pe Jonjiin, Antigua, Le rotterln. Uubluat, I,a tcdie, Vertwiekh cm, Hour-.1?. Aim.i Tademn, A. Acheyhech. Juloa .Noel mid others. The above o?Ile.-tlnn will remain on exhibition at the above ? oil.o on: line sole, fri e. and alyu hree evening.; previous . ... 19 111 BY HENRY If. LRRD* A MINER. HENRY M. Lr.HDs, AUCTIONEER. At the ??LEEDS ARTUA LLKIUEs, 811 md fib Broadway. Oil MONO AY EVENING, JAN. All Y 7, At half-peal Arson o'clock. An Invoice of KtJRt?i'r. \N ORIGINAL CABINET PIC TUBES, by celebrated and favorite Art-eta, iu-t recelvetl. and ncrer nefom exhlntte>i. owroprlaln^ ..eVt*r ,1 hue WATER C?1,1 > K OKAiYiNO.4, 'n all. obotit IttJ PlCIUKi.d OK OKKAT MhtllT, rotieia'ing of Ilia w..rka of T rayon, Dartd. Pc.rua, DUr. Laoosurn, Pi tit, 1.cramp*. Nleivenliuya. Caret, (luea. Mathieu, O. line. De Dreut, Pauielet, Jaojne, Chaplin, It.oaut, Mismr. MalaaonW, Bo?!"i, Kllx.t, Lambhiet. Noel, lenient IK Mate, <;online Dore, Cortea, IJolire. A KINK PdRrr.AIT (BY DAVIDl OK NAPOLEON I , and a camber of fine Pictured by celebrate I aruata. Alao , large Phlitre representing _ "Tllli TKIl'.'i t'H OF RaOOUDS," By Curt de Jordtn; Also ?THE DANCE ??K THE OUPIDH," By J. Jordaens. They will hA open for exhibition rhnelny, 3d Inatont, and on haturduy eyeui preoedtng the nalc. By henry n. leeds a miner. HKKRY M. Ll'.EDb, AUCTIONEER, will aell by auction, on Saturday, .leuuary A, at I0)i o'cloak, at our aalearoota, M Liberty street, HOOflteOUD KtlitNITURE. constating of general assortment, removed for convenience ol Foil particulars hereaftor. fNXBOUTOK-S SALE RE NJAMIN P. FAIRCH1LD. ll A in liooeer.?Ttiui ad.iy, Jauuaiy 3, 1837, at HI A. M.. at Kfi Third arenoe, Hotiacbn.d Knrul.nrv, constating of Bofns, Chairs, Tables, Bed-ie.da, Bureaus, Waahstanda, Dining I.,eon h urtillnre. Car, eu, Oilclotba. Cookery. Khnhen lltenalla. Ac. By order 01 annuel CardweU, executor of tbo aalote of Weber, decooaed. IfORTY-FIFTH AUCTION SALE. 1 30.000 TONS SCRAN fUN COAL, ON THUIMDAY, JANUARY \ 1837. Now Tomb, Dee. M, Ml Tbo Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad Com* pany will nel by Mea-rs. JOHN H. ItRiPgR A CO.. Aue. t,nneer?. at lite company's salesroom, S.I Exrhange place, corner of William sirect, New York, oo TUU RsDax, JANU ARY 3. proximo, at Me'cloek noon. 30.0 0 TONS Of FRKSIt MINED C'?aL, FROM TIIR LACKAWANNA REGIONS, of the uaual steee, dellrered at thoir depot, fclixa bethnort, N. J., during tbe month of January, 1*17. TKiOtb:?Fifty tenia per ton payable In current fende on the day of sale, and tne halanoe within ten day* thereafter at the odce or the company. JOHN BR1SBTN Prealdenl. HENRY KELTMAN. AUCTIONEER, HELLS 1 HIS DAY. at N>X O'eloek at I'M Bleeeker street. Uie balance of the alexin t Furniture ion tallied In the above *lx story man alon. 1 he furniture oonata;* in part of elegmt aulta of French plate Mirrors, Beddlna, An. Dealers are Invited, alao Id ler". Notice?Purchaser* et last sale can get thalr goods lielore 10 A. M. this day. fly enter of H. FKLTMAN A MORGKNBOTH. Hoop LEY. 433 PEARL STREET, AUCTIONEER, . sell* nt 10 A. M. thia d?T. the entire Slock, Klxturoa and Good Will of the Ane OrncTV, Liquor and Variety store. No. 17 Cborry atreet. Hole poaiilvr. HO. EVANS. AUCTIONEER-WILL HELL THIS ? day, at % o'eloek P. M., at tab Uroodivay, a rich assortment of China, Bohemian Glass. Parian Marble Kreneh Clock*, Ac., the complete importailon of B. Hehrlsch, t3H Broadway. Henry ?. kvanh, auctioxkeh.-cgntinued sole of Dry Oools, Ae.. at auction, this dar, at 10 o'clock, at SU Orand ateert. Junclon East Broadway. The goods must he told, *0 look out lor harg ins. CHERIEF'H sale-rich\rd watirrs, auc. O Goncer. will ae.l on Wwliira,tuy. January 2 at II o (boot, al'J7 Kad Broadway, a lot nf Gentlemen's Clothtng, t'oaia. Pants, Vest*. Drawera, Hoota, 8hoe* lour Ph lArea. I^euhor Trunk, two Cane*, Ac JnilN Khl.LY, flherllT. J. CoKRttix, Deputy. WM. WITTERS, AUCTIONEER?tRLLd TIUS DAT, at t o'clock, at 4M Canal slreet, alitnc Knrmfor- of a three siory hou ?, line Velvt, Tapestry, Three.ply and other Carpel A Ollrloths, PlerUl?s?ea. Centre, I lining and Tea To bb-o, Oljloa. Dlaner and lea beta, Hof . Iled?, Koidkny and other Chairs. Pallor bulla. Chamber Hnila, Hair Maiirna ?<, Man Yet* Sheet.. Dining Room and Ktlchen Knrtiuure. 20 ? wond hand Carpels. Matting; a fine aa-uitiiiant for deals.a and families. Ootids pecked and shipped. 1 act Single Mar NEW HI tTIOYs. A IM! THIOL'kite All VIEW OF MARKIAOIflcoN. lalnlng r.earl" 900 page* and 13(1 fit" pint, s and en Sr .rings of the anatomy e. tk? homaa organ in a state of eallb and disease, wlih a treatise on early eircr, 11* lapio. table eonaequeneea upon the n?nd and tv.dy, wlc. the author's plan of treatiwent?the otily rational >.nd auceossful Wind* pf cute, aa shown by the report of oases tested A truthful adriser to the married ?nd those rootemplaUng marriage, who would know tnetr phvsual eo id it ion. Bent, free of postage, to any sddeefc on rereipt. f !t?- m atom pa Q^jKWts corn-ncy. Addreaa Or La Croft, SI Maiden lane, KWT the ?r Fo Bradw , com*; i cle. (.>. ADELAI III Brook IN AC tane'lt, ci AMl'SEMEST*. ?ELIE A BRTIL?TO-NIGHT. FKSOH THEATRE Lessee m l Director, J. ORAU IE [HTORI TICKET Or PICK. 701 BROADWAY, near Foil b street; brunch Bistort Ticket Offloe, 113 and 114 Kr.'udwj General admndon, $1 60; Family Circle, 76 couiii O leeirk, $3. Pnvate Boxes, St and $6; Dress Clr KDNE8DAY EVENING, JANUARY 3, K KI8TORI in her great role of Ll/.AKKTII. Ql'KEN Of ENGLAND, ii MME. Kl>CH HI will appear to-morrow, ifl K.-UAY, JAN. 3. a* MAKY STUART. i VI'. PREPARATION. CAM.MA. Tragedy br Hon which i reuuly written for MM h,,IUST()iU,ai.d which will be produc 1 for the first time ON FRIDAY. JANUARY 4. SATURDAY, RIHTORI MATINEE. BltOOKpN ACADEMY OK MUSIC. RI8TORI. 1 (Onlv iipi eiruiuo thin season.) TO-MIRItOW cniUK8DAY) EVENING, JAN. 3, MARY STUART A1ELAIDE RIHTORI m her great role of MARY STUART. Ticket offlc# Brook yn Academy, A 113 A lit Broadway, W.Y. RISTORIlIATINEK.? MARY STUART. PRK.wtl THEATRE. Director and I.esaee. J. GRAU. Knkr.l&y afternoon. Januurv 0, at I o'clock. Kilo i matinee, ro? the last time. AHR.AIDK RIHTORI us MARY STUART. Admlsuioffo r.ll p-irtu of the house, 13. Private Boxes will be ?ri 'ild nt tnelr usual price. Madam ait istori at steinway hall. fIRST GRAND RECITATION OP I MADAME RISTORI. I TURK DAY, JANUARY 8, 1807. Mr. L. F. Iarriuin bait Hi* honor to annouuoe thai, hav lng effected L cnci.eemeut with M. J. Uran and MAtlAMK ADELAIDE RISTORI, lie will bavekhe honor of prneentlna her at her TlK>T GRAND RECITATION, on TUESDAY RVENI NO, January 8, when eke will read from the Poeit i ITALIAN AND FRENCH. Mr. ThcodohThomas' full Orebestra haa also been se cured, and a ll perform a selection of Classical Music ap propriate to tie oecastnn The prices ol udmis ion wilt be ONE DOLlAK ro ALL PARTS OF THE HOU8B. Reserved sc/i* OH cants extra. The aalc ot vhich will commeuce Thursday morning, Jan. 8, at Steinway {all. Ilwrl Scbtrmer ?. 701 Broadway, and Kullmaii's tickdodico, 113 Broadway. RS. F. B. ODN WAY'S PARK THEATRE, BROOKLYN. M The gorgeous Spectacle, ? FORTY THIEVES. EVERY EVENING. rN'Y PASTOR'S OPERA HOU8K.-3M BOWERY. XH. Au Immense Euter-1 tn In me ut. TONY PAS- GRAND TOR sings Ms new | MATINBB, Songa. The grand Bnl-1 THI8 GRAND matinee, THIS I (WEDNESDAY) AFTERNOON, at id let, the great Comic I (WED NBHDAT) Pantomime the funny I AFfKRNOOR, Ethiopcau Burlesques. I AT PAST 3 1 sew Lri?hi*m*. by Bar- I JL PAST 3 O'CLOCK. ryO'N?tl;ncw Feats, | O'CLOCK, br the Bedouin Ansa. The entire troupe In the bill of the season, IfcU afternoon. BUDWORTH'S MINSTRELS-NEW FIFTH AYRMVB Opera Hounc.adjoining Fifth Avenue Hotel. First week )>f the great uoveltv of the ( NEW YEAR'S CALLS, with all Its pleasing soeeasorles. Snow Storm, Skating Pond, Entire New Hongs. Dances. Burlesques, Ac. W. 8. and J. U. Bulwnrth In principal characters. MATINEE EVr-RY SATURDAY AT IMP. M. HOOLEY'8 OPERA IIOU8B. BROOKLYN.?A HOB rah Trip Around the World.?The Ooean Yacht Race, Naval Comtxit between the Kcarnage and Alabama, Banner In the Sky. Barn Door Gig, Affair of Honor, Dantfag Fit, Daddy Come Hoimx Blundering Servant Hoe nee In We oqulsin. Burlesque Circus, Comic Imitations, Balloon . slou, Panorama, Ac, KELLY AND LEON'S MINSTRELS. 710 BROADWAY. NEW YEAR'S CALLS. SBCURE HEATS KARLY. the NEW YEAR'S CALLS with the only Loon. Bill of NEW YEAR'S CALLS with Scbinit mRn Y. this week NEW YEAR'S CALLS wltfc LRUs Mae. I* grand with NEtV YEAR'S CALLS with CRT Oars. 1-eon, Kelly, NEW YEAR'S CALLS with Merrtnseat. Little Mac, Allen, NEW YEAR'S cTlLS with PBstaaL Seymour, Ham Price. NEW YEAR'S CALLS with Jehea. Rrockway, I'.ulterAOberrst. NEW YEAR'S CALLS Pen STEIN WAY HALL. , EIGHTH WKDVKRDA"? POPULAR OONCBRT. JANUARY a. AT a O'CLOCK. Last Nlgbt of the OKKAT COMBINATION. TLrd Appearance of the Orenl Hoy Boprena. Mooter KIcHAKO ? OKER. Pint Appearance of the Celebrated BotMom, S tenor 8. STRIMI. Mr. L. P. THATCHER. Master R. J. 80LDT. Mr.*J AMES COOPER. Master OMttKLLY. Mr. HERMAN TKOST. Master PALMKR. Mr. K. X. 8ANKOKD. Pianist. ? Master *TAVI*. Mr. THRO. THOMAH, Conductor. Mr. G. W. OOLHY. Mr. O. W. MOUOAN. Dr. H. 8. CUTLER. THE CECTLIAM CHOIR, eomnoted of one hundred men and hoys and THEODORE THOMAS' ORCHESTRA. Tickets SO crate Il-?y?ed eoats W cents eitrs. GRKAT SUCCESS.-NOMG1 OP SCOTLAND. HTKIXWAT MALI* MR. KENNEDY, THE CILKBRATFU RUoTTIMtl VOCAI.IHT, will (ire one more, nod the last mitnrt dnmnnt, on KKIDAY I*.VKNINO. Jenuary 4. at H o'clock. Tickets SJc.; reserved scats Sid. extra. A CRAM' HOLIDAY ENTERTAINMENT. All (he going in the HmVttil.LB to spend their ClfltOtTM id KVKMNilt, KXTrt \ ATTRACIIONd HOrt THE HOLIDAYS. A r-cst tJOMBI.NAi lo.N OP TALBST engaged expressly for Irir ucrnslon PRB8II NOVELTES PltEHIl NOVELTIES. MACMPiCRNr AMI KXTu ton DIN *RV. FLEwANi M CHIC-CHOICE HEI'UKKHMK.XTR. New and smiling f ices, knd word* nnd idnasant i;i-eettngs. In stoi c fur all alio unm* In spend their CHUIMMAS I-.VLMN'oh al tl.e -real REVEILLE MUSIC O ARIO'.NS. ?37 'HIiIAUWaY. ii ? stairs tfllf. KoCUAMUA tar ad'.u-so >.v except jood bvhttks. Tiiimtiie TH'Kcr OSPfUA Reserve.! cents for all I rstcltts Theatrei. tjoo-nrta, Ac., can always be rt'd in- I a' ihn THE tTKK TICKET OPF1CB8, NOH. 1IJ AND lit HROAOVVAY. AND Km BROADWAY. WANTED?Pn*t A PIRSr CLASS .".HTAIII.IS'l MS.Vr, uvi'l n i il.niTin coated lane end * bnn;o player. Apply Immediately. JAMES UUNNOP ? ? O. 234 11 road way. HANOFOHTKS. A SPLENDID SEVEN OCT A TIL ROSKWOOD PIANO .1 forte, ul n great'.icrilJOr; hr i^l rnskers; all Olprnve m?nls; lieautifnl tone nb flnNh. n?ed only ihiee monilis; cost at half p. lee. *1 ? n-htngton ptare, near Oreene sL PIANON ?KLLO A "IT ROSRIVOO ) PIANO?; aIJM> Carpet*. Oilcloths Puroitnre, Redding. Ac.. ul BKN DALI. A SCOT I A. <s>ru*r ol Csu it and Hudson street# Pay ment taken by weekly or monthly permeate If preferred. ?ttTANTKD TO EXCHANGE?A GRAND PIAMOPORTR, TV in purlec: nrdsr, for ? good tw t eeet Hte gh, front aeal stationary Add re at James 1.. Johnson, LU K.?t TblrteooUt MtllCAL. CNUIfAR. PIANO, VIOUN. H1HC.1NG, IIARMuRT.? T "Cnntrel thermal Musical f on aorr story," Ml West Twenty*sixth ?Inset, between Sereuth and Eighth eUkuuea. Call or send for (areolar. Leeeee# strieUf prerate. J. J WATWQH. Musical notice.-professor a. n. joamron. the Jietlngulshod mutcai theorist, tsmuteooee , ma I Rus'e -ciiool, at central Normal Mindset Uonaare Mi Weat Twenty-sixth street, In Pehmary nert TirANTED?TWO YOUNG LAD!BP To MHO IN A M neneert hall; also tsre to ilehte, Apply to DnS* A Oo.. theatrical ageota, 497 Hroadway. i-aJRCIRU ACAiilMlfein^ ADODWORTH'I DANCING ~ ACADEMY. . No ItS PiPTH A TEN UK. NEW TOR*, or days, terms. Aa, pie use oaR for a etrnalar. FBRRRRO'd DANCING ACADEMY. North* est corner Cwen'y-eighth etreet and BrsnAxenp. Classes Wedeeadnye and fSslnrUars at 4 P. M. /lORH HUSKIHO MACHINE.?H 0RK ? PA8TSR THAI* L asr-is"" *dumK rsr T?ARIN EXHIBITION. WP.-JOHW AUTHOR A CO . X 10 rne ilaatlg km?, Aacnta of tU MM Md Aawrtoeo PmhtMtti. em -faTiahed tMrty-eighl fHivwfMk* te re prearnt rthlbiiorn link and m*M Hemaa aad MM* Ago.nU, Cowmiaaton. TranaM A|M MVImImUIWl Kerry lnterniottaui fratU. PARIS UtnHuOK OP INT. Kiliibfiora Mini ether* are rwqoeeted to *ond ta thetr M|?pllr ilton- for apnce in Uv? eighty nagea of I ho Official Oate Ingna devoted to adrertieemenU from Ik* United HiaUa to the undonugned, (rout whom nil NMuary Information oon bo obtained. THE MTH DAT Of J ARC ART win bo tb? talc at date that ? rLMssft. ? Role Agorit for Mr. E. Demur, of Porta, Mb Bum do ay FLKXITVIUB. FURNITURE OP EVERY DBRCRIpfroR-CARPhTB Oilclotha, He l ding, Pianoforte*, ho,, a* HIt M DA LI. h HCOTPH, corner o. O uial and Hudaon atrmita. Pajnaoat Uken by monthly or weekly payment* If preferred. HOORKKP/'.PERR. OR PERSONS (in I HO HOVSR keeping ftin boy farpwta, Pnrintnra. Redding. Ar at BENDA1.L, A St'OTVA. corner 01 t'analand HndeonetreeU. Tay by weekly or monthly payment* if preferred. QTROBRB srRINO REDB-WARRARTBD THRHBRT. IO The only Mprmg Bed In market manufactured by a re aponalble h.iuae, wh > ran warrant their t,ooda. Ml every where. WaieriK>nia31Ri'eBtre atreet. ARMY AXD 1TAVY CLAIMS. USITED STATES i'LAIM AOKNOY, ?B HROADWAT, n-<ar Hrnnnte **ren. ?Pile your clalma wltu a lawyer who ha* aeen and know a the nghta of a (ol.lter. Via Mia whit < otooel LEW IN. '"Trails *. .?icu-WiaRY. 4MJ.. C6CI0Q CLOCKS, WHOLESALE ABO It ETA II., AT A. PHANKrT.lll) A (Mleo'miteea and eo'e manofao. Lima. Lepra' VVi-rhca. with awret locket* lor liken***, hi-"trie* a great variety of other Vtatehea, Pri-nrh floe a a. Jewelry ami -ilrer Ware, at A. PKANRPlBLp A Elk's. ** Ni*l;i aremic. mrtirr of kourli-emh atreei SU MgMb a*w nun, corner uf Twenty ai*lh atreet. PlliiY?m UA PHit: X? " PHOTIMlllAPIIf-TO I.KT, TllB~ Pwfll.MII M Pnot - trn ih log In a lermtj-pe gallery. nn Bread way t thla ia a rare chance for an upeialor with email capital Ad rt'oee V. P. Hark.1. ??? Broaden