Sati*itDAv Mownin<*. |
I hi: bn- i.- little Timtnu.' stick :*» !l> : Liu lii'i
I.m ' One chief of meet thinKH*''
k.i • f.*.-i *- no ■<«
fc- \ V A NNAII, < . I. < > li ( . 1 V .
• niurday Miirnmg, April 1. 1865.
New Tlicnlie---The Opening.
Ue have, during tin- pa-t i• n day-,
■everal \ t- to tllf* new «• ~t;: ':-hm< nt <>t
Ml. W. IJ.1 J . MVI.ATNAM. formerly i lie St. All
drexv - Hull, which ha- been milveried inio,
u neat ami hand-ome lilt I** I in,ore. wl»*n*
it enterprising manager 1111 «-*n< i until.'um
Ung a -erit-s ut \ urietx ami I >rntii!iue onier
lautin*-uls. omiim-110111” on lax evening
Hi xt. Aj>ril lid, lor tin- openi'in <* I A\ li i. *ll
every care ami jnvj mrut ion t» m nig made ;< >
make tin- occasion both cran ami interest
Mr. SwiviXxxi ha- -pared m-iilier pain-
UI expellee 111 tilling Up 111- 111 .. | eliniie ol
uiuu-emeui, ami ha- been urn:ring in hi
ed ort- io contribute all m In- power io 111 * -
cumturi ami -at i-lael i•> 11 ol in- pinions. A
lieXX -tage, miv appoint lln-lii-. new elb-ot.-,
Ac., have been gotten nji in -ty ,*• and gran
deni, together xvith nexx and beautiful seem
ly amt curtain. Iruui Un brush ol tile lamil
tar, well known artist and gentleman. t apt.
5 » 'Oiu i, than whom none are more *ie\*>-
led.to lUx interests ol in- ;ui iiiau our trieml
U.c ( apiaiu.
Mr. •>xx kai .xaxi has been loruuiate m the
-election ot Ills periuruiers aiming whom
*vc nolle* tile names ol sex eras ex er weleoni*
old tavorile-. and a lio-t ot new one.-. luc
lu ciuuling amt accomplished acire-s, hoi ii
UcAVlax n. and lie popular ami prolix io
br.Lit. i.oci.-i., the eiiaruimy Dan-euse ami
\ uCail-t, liux e been retained tor the* lie v,
troupe, which announcement atom- i- a -ui
tic lent guarantee ol the new latent ahoui io
tie introduced to the lux er- ot tm- Drama in
the “i ore -1 fits.
W c wish our Inend Bij.j x a,! ih ■ good
that can be wi-uect, ami will, with pleas
ure make it our spn'tol duty to be pre-cut tit
l alt particular-. in program me -ol Iheex en
It «.u our pleasure, mi I hur-day exeuing.
to be j,ire:cut at Lite lhealre. on winch oc
casion >va.- pr*-; eiitc-cl .Maulda Heron - m
Sion ul that popular amt interest im* piax.
" Lamillt ■ or, tin: >tory of a Heart.' in
which Liu- members ol Mr. Uxv tSbiin' -
Company generally acquitted them-eives
with great good la-le ami c-redil.
io one part alum in- would c-itil -peeiai
attention. Uc allude to the part ot Mon*.
Duval, as personated by Mr. Mxirsnx. m
whom. s*nce the opening ul the- Ihealre,
cannot but be obser'eb a steady and marked
improvement, backed by an indomitable w in
to “do or die, or, in other words, tu A.mm
his part, una du hi- best, xx Inch, wean -uifx
to admit, it more than can be said in f#voi
ol others m the troupe occupying more ex
ailed positions. Mr. 1 >.\.x i xi-oui was At
uiuiut. “Camille' wa- very wvli, as lar us.
twas studied, but beyond, u! tonr.-e we had
tm opportunity ut judging.
1 he business ul the part, xve may'also add.
was bad. very had; all other ( amities gen
e;ally hand the letter to -l lons Dural, but
that gentleman, on tiiis- oeca.-iun. was com
pel led to make hi- wax to the labie to get
possession ul that important ilnt-mm-ni.
“llusiutss i- Sometimes a- e-senlial a- th*
io night Messrs. Si urr and lix max take
then lai ewell bcm-lit. lor xxineli oceaid<m a
great bill i- presented. die main hat lire ol
which is the ever-ben unfit I II itliam l\ll. in
which Mr. Unit xvtl. appeal it- the lino o’
Switzerland, supported by the full strength
el the company. U e wish them a bump, i.
C ift\ i r i ve avinc
< ihi he obmined in'the following (lunipa
uie- on reasonable terms :
Security Fire Insurance Com’y,
apitul I Ami,pmMi. w ith Im p-' Surplus.
Manhattan Fire Insurance Cos.,
< apitnl ami Sicpltt- -Sil.ooo.
Phoenix Fire Insurance Comp’y
i apii.tl ami Surplus >-1(00.000.
National Union Life and Limb
< 0; i-i *x Hi i xr. 1 ‘l'esuloiil.
t a pit.-iI x.A00.000.
HI, UK NKYI-YUHK.
! am also \oeiit ol tin- Honorable Hoard
of l aili ru'ntrrs. of N «>\x * »rk, cover
ing tin- < from ( harlest.»u. S. (..
I* * Si ,-\ iigusiiim. 1’ I* >ri*ht.
the State of Connecticut.
A A. LANE,
(tili' t iii Sorrel s Hiiildim /.
An tr a/it‘j‘ On Hull St.
1 I A N O V i :u,
Niagara and Republic
FIRE AND INLAND
IWII Wfi; (O. IMMES
OF NKU 'I uI!K Cl IY.
Have ••ixteieil im*> uit .n i diiaoiniuil fur Ihe pur
•>!' iiau-iu-riiii.- f* MiK fII l’R, ih>- husin*:-- *>l
I «i-ill ;tnee aiiain-l
LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE
AX'D IMAM) X AX icvnox.
And in order I** rimy (lie -ii|>*'rii*r ;ui\ aninge- <>t
-uch an aiT&ngx'Qienl int•> efl*--i. iiax*' e-mhli-lieii
hi Agem-x in illi- t-ily.
ON h I’Ol.lt \ hi-iU Aliee i- i-«ueil by the
I’d it t * '.M 1' A\ i f.S. t hnuigli Ihe I ailerwriier
\ ;i-ne\ .
1!> tin emelithui -"f1 he I tnlt-i writer'- Ibxliex, l>u(
<*.\r. >l.l (>]■ I’Ai’RUS i- ■ *••, »ii i *-* Itu prove a in--
I*' the -everai < '*• iix,•;> 11 itii-iu in--- under it, th--re*>>
lliakillg th* .nl.iu-imenl -impl*- .iml eX|n-ilitiou-.
I li*- ' a-h \--ei-Mt the t*mi 1 lunpauii -on Oie'Jd
ot January, 1 -<b', were a-followv i> :
' ierinama, s Mauri*‘v llilfiei, l , r>>.-'t st’iVi.T.s;*
il.uaxxer, o*uas 1.. >ioiie. I’re-’i ,;gi.'.so ,vt
\ iHgai a, '.)oiiiii loia 0. -c **le, I’re- t.. 1,27a,.''.' 'pi
Ib piililie. It'd* i-. llmie. I'i*r-'i, o i;/.):; f;
Makilut -•■••ui Hy in llie aifgl of . ‘g.VST.hin s
Athodiog an abimdai.t tiiiarantee.
J. T. THOMAS, Agent,
Office, 117 11.*.' Si reel, -otith -id*-, next ei* -1 ol l!uil
loud Bank, between Bull and L*iu)ton.
r r h e icF/i ;.
I’lie Subs* riber has on ha ml a fine and well
selected Stock of
(LOTUS m nSSHIEHKS,
Sl iT YBLK I m|; j;| -INKSS >1 I IS.
W hieh lie will di-po-e ..I
At Prices to Suit the Times !
Beilin *,if long experience in the Tailoring bu-ine--.
tin- adverii-*-r Hauer-, himself he will tie
able in ilie fuftoe. as in the
Pa-t, tu gix e full
lii- old and mi*
nierous patron-, and sueh
new one- as max be pleased tu fax or him
xvilh l heir udei’.noil workmen al w uys employ^d.
Clothing I’m . Altered and Repaired, al the
-horiesl notice and in the Latest and most l a-h
Bull Street, in rear of I’o-t Ofiiee.
“ OUR HOUSE ”
- XX D—
Corner of Raj and Whitaker Streets.
[re si airs,J
Where may In- found WINE, ALE and
Cl HE K. Also, (*A.ME, KISH ami OVS
1 Kit’S, served in every style, at till huur.-.
every day and evening through the week. —
No pains or expense will be spared to keep
the Larder well supplied and Meals promptly
served, t all at “Ul K HOI Sb, ' ami make
yourselves at home.
G. F. HERSEY.
F'.C'uci'ip.m, f jl,:-. ) Aitk.Tj, di , hi.,
JNO.G. SCHREINER & SON’S
t 'or ( 'ungre-- ami Mu luntUit Sipmre.
Tauvlfv and (fdd'ii'V,
Bet ■•uen Buy t*nd Bryau.
“tonne. Hurry,' said one typo to anoth
er, a lew days -inch; “let s go take a rid**
up the Avenue, and breathe a little fre-h
“No. rejdied Harry, somewhat dubious
ly, “1 would rather not."
“W hy ! ll -a *lelightlul alt* irnoon ; J can
get ! ncle - horse and miggy for (lie a.-king •
and you liax*- nothing to hinder so come
“Well, Ned. said Harry, “the tael is,
that ruling out is becoming unfashionable
now-a-days, except ibr black legs and bank
A negro preacher, who, like some other
preachers, xvas in the habit ul using big
word.-, but did not always succeed in getting
hold ol the right on**, made a funny mis
take once. His text was, “Broad is the
mad that Icadeth to dt-aih. and many there
be who go there : lint narrow i- the way that
ieadeth to life, and few there l>e who take
it. “Beloved hrmlders, t liar be two roads,
ebbery body goes in one or udder ob'em ;
dar s one road and flat am de broad road,
and dal leads right doxvn l*i damnation, and
a great many goes in it; but dar am anud
der r*/ad, and dat am de narrer road, dai
ieads -traight up to perdition."
“If dat’s de-case,” said an excited color
ed brother, in tin* congregation, “dis nigger
cuts for de woods.
If an acorn be suspended, by a piece of
thread, to within half an inch of some xvatcr,
contained in a hyacinth glass, and so per
mitted tu remain without being disturbed, it
will lie, in a few months, burst, and throw a
root down into the water, and shoot upward
its tapering stem, xvith beautiful little green
leaves. A young oak tree, growing in thie
way on a mantle-shelf ot a room is u very
k p; i:
K K i> 1:, K
K E II ix lx fc, K
K K B K H K li li K
E E li K 11 1 H h, B K E
fc. t li £ H £ B £ £
£ £ B £ B k. I
L£B £ £
£ K li
A couple ol typos, down Ka.st, whose
“boss is very exacting in the number of
“proofs ' to be taken of every galley oi mat
ter, aud who is also noted tor his love of
the “ardent," were recently discussing the
lolly ut such a waste of time and paper in
volved in Hie rending or half-reading of four
“But you know," said Bob, with a merry
twinkle, “that ‘boss' is great on fourth
“Alabama is -aid to -ignity, in the In
dian language. “Here we rest." A story is
told ot a tribe ol Indian-; who lied from u
relentless tue into the trackless forest m the
•vuiithwest. »> vary mid iravel vxorn the?
reached a noble river which tinned through
t beautiful i-niiiiiry Ihe ehi<*i of the band
-truck his tent pole in the ground, and ex
•tanned. “Alabama Alabama!" i ‘Here
v*• -huli rest here xve -Imli rest!"
IS NOW A
vloiTiing- aud Evening Paper !
TER. -r» .
iayle t'*ux.v fc'ivts Cent**.
Vr War .* *lu t*b
’**i II meti e*l ' ‘..pie- s i>o
Aex i Kiis* w ; x is- Iwu liullai- per -o u.* r*i for
it>! iii-ei iei. t siei up,* l)o!h-*r |.er -iimire lor Bach
ulj-i-.jiieiit •lie. ill Vertii'eiueal ■* pllhliMle.t iu ths
Vluiainjf iuli 11, ui »ill heia eii*;.i ia iLo £ veiling
WTfHt.il T EXTRA CHAH*f£. *
| Athil 1, 181).')