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! UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 



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(jITYbUIDE or 



PRESENTED BY 



VI. J. MILIiiERp 

Manufacturer and Dealer in 

Hats, Caps, 

UOIHS* FANCY FURS, 
TRUNKS, VALISES, &C., 

63 South Pearl St. 



iS^ See pa(>re 20. 



McEntee, Dunham & Co., 

IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF 

Paper Hangings. 

Manufacturers and Dealers iu 

WINDOW SHADES, 

SHADE FIXTURES, 

PICTURE CORDS, 

AND TASSELS, 

No. 8 GREEN STREET, 

4tli Door from State Street, 

ALBANY, N. Y. 



ALBANY 

STEEET DIRECTORY 

CITY aUIDE. 



CONTAIXIXG A LIST OF 

jpxjbijIO BTjiijiDiisra-s, 

TOST OJ^J^ICj^, 

Arrival and Departure of Mails, Money Order 
Office, Churches, Banks, Newspapers, Fire 
Alarm Stations, Arrival and Depart- 
ure of Trains, Calendar for 
1869, &c., &c., &c. 



COMPILED AXD.PUBLISHED BY 

JOSEPH C. WALLACE, 

ALBANY, N. Y. 
1869. X<' 

w ^ ■ 

CHAS. VAN BEXTHUYSEN A SONS' PRINT, ALBANY, N. Y. 



Entered according to Act of ConirreM, m the year 1869, by Joeeoh O. WftUace,|ln 

the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the Northern 

DUtrict of New York. 



.„„„.„..„. ^IX'^N 



Steam Marble Works, 

Establislied 1826, 
GRANITE 

AND 

MARBLE MONUMENTS, 

Cor. Lodp aad iward Streets,, 

(0pp. Normal School,) 

ALBANY, N. Y„ 
WM. MANSON, Proprietor. 

(Late Dixon & Manson.) 



FIRE ALARM TELEGRAPH. 



2.'Green and Neucella. 
3. .Green and Arch. 

4. Taylor's Brewery. 

5. Green and Herkimer. 

6. B'way and Madison Av. 

7. Hamilton and Union. 

8. Broadway and Hudson. 

9. State and Green. 

12. S. Pearl and Schuyler. 

13. Morton and Grand. 

14. S. Pearl and Westerlo. 

15. Madison Av. and Pearl. 

16. Madison Av. and Philip. 

17. South Pearl and Plain. 

18. Grand and Beaver. 

19. South Pearl and State. 
21. DeWitt «fe Montgomery. 
23.* N. Ferry and Water. 
2i.' N. Ferry and Broadway, 

25. R. R. Crossing & B'dway 

26. Lumber and "Water. 



j 35. Orange and Swan. 

36. Canal and Hawk. 
j 37. Canal and North Pearl. 

38. Lodge and Pine. 

29. Eagle and State. 

41. Wash. Av. and Hawk. 

42. Lancaster and Hawk 

43. State and Swan. 

45. Lancaster and Dove. 
J46. Wash. Av. and Dove. 
1 51. Central Av. and Knox. 
' o2. Wash. Av. and Snipe. 

53. Bradford and Robin. 
; 54. Central Av. and Perry. 

61. Eagle and Hudson. 

62. Eagle and Elm. 

; 63. Hamilton and Hawk, 
i 64. Madison Av. and Swan.' 
\ 6-5. Jefferson and Dove. 
;71. Madison Av. and Lark. 
j72. Penitentiary. 



27. Broadway & Clinton Av.; 73. Alms House. 

28. Broadway ;& Columbia. 74. Paigeville. 

29. B'dway & Maiden Lane. 81. Clin. Av. & Ten Broeck. 

31. N. Pearl & Van-Woert. j 82. Second and Swan. 

32. N. Pearl'and Lumber. -,83. Lumber and Swan. 
M. Monroe and Chapel. \ 84. Third and Lark. 

The L-arjfest Custom Shirt Itlaniifactory in the 
State is at John £. Pag-c's Oeut's Furnisihing' 
Store 40S and 4G4 B'way. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



MAURICE E.VIELE, 

IMPORTER 

Aad Wholesale and Retail De«Ier in 

English, French, German 

AMERICAN HARDWARE 

And Cutlery, 

Also Swedes, English and American 

Bar and Bundle Iron, Sheet Iron, 

Tin Plates, Copper, Zinc, &c. 

ALBANY, N. Y. 



GENERAL INDEX, 



Page. 
Albany Street Directory 9 

Banks...' 53 

Calender, 1669-70 Back cover 

Census of New York State 61 & 63 

Churches 43&45 

Fire Alarm Telegraph 3 

Index to Advertisers 7 

Lodges— I. O. of O. F 55 

" Masonic 55 

U. A. O. of D 57 

" Temperance, &c 59 

Newspapers 53 

Post Office «. 47 

" Money Order Office 47 

Public Buildings 41 

Rail Road Time Tables 49 

Bathing: Suits Made to order at John E. Paee's 
Gent's Furnishing Store and Custom Shirt 
Manufactory, 462 and 4:04 Broad\i'ay. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



F. Iff. SIImJm, 

Dealer in all kinds of 

PEACH MOUNTAIN, 

CUMBERLAND A.TST> OHIO 



• AND WOOD. 

Yards, cor. Grand and Hamilton, and 
Broadway and Rensselaer Sts., 

ALBANY, N. Y. 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS, 



We respectfully recommend the following First Class 
Firms to Public Patronage. 

Page. 

Bender E. H., Bookseller 52 

Blasie W., Hair Dye 64 

Boughton S. C. Florence Sewing Machine 44 

Brolim B., File Manufacturer 50 

Carter J. V. B., Carver 32 

Commerce Insurance Company back cover 

Coogan Cleraent, Currier 24 

Cozine George N., Paper Boxes 22 

Orummey Michael, Baker 56 

Davenport and Bedell, Patent Medicine 16 

Foil John M., Furniture 36 

Gavit & Co., Engravers inside back cover 

Haight J. O. & Son, Machinist 60 

Haines E. S. M.. Photographer 8 

Jones J. C, Merchant Tailor 54 

Manson William, Marble Works 2 

McEntee, Dunham & Co., Paper Hangings, inside fr'tcov. 

Miller W. J., Hats, Caps, &c 20 

Osborn J. W. & Martin, Roofers 30 

Page John E, Gent's Furnishing Goods, ...Lower margin 

Patterson P. J., Confectioner 48 

Pryun, Gascoign»& Witbeck, Saddlery Hardware 18 

Rodgers F. B., Boots, Shoes, &c 14 

Rowlands Henry. Jewelry, »&c ..~. 10 

Scott W. J. & R. H., Gun Smiths, &c 12 

Shanks D. W., Upholsterer 38 

Sill F. N., Coal & Wood 6 

Stratton S. A., Real Estate 46 

Taaffe Brothers, Turners 28 

Taylor's John Son, Brewer 26 

Thorburn S. T., Seeds &c 34 

Van Heusen, Charles, & Co., China, «fec 58 

Viele Maurice E., Hardware '. 4 

Weaver D. L., Umbrellas 42 

WempleP. H., Doors, Sashes, &c 40 

Withers George B., Silver Plater 62 

BroTirn Linen Shirts, Only $2.00 each, at Jolin 
E.Pagre's Gent's Furnishing: Store, and Custom 
Shirt Manufactory, 462 and. 464 Broactiv'ay. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



"HAiiyrES," 

ri®ftiliPi€l 

478 BRO^r)"WA.Y, 

(Opposite StauTTix If all.) 

Photography in all its Branches. 

Portraits, Views and Interiors, 
AND FINISHING IN 

Also Printing for the Trade, of Sculpture, 
Paintings, Engravings, &c., both by- 
Contact and Solar Process, at 
Lowest Market Rates. 

PUBLISHER OF 

Stereoscopes of Morbid Specimens 

FOR THE 

MEDICAL PROFESSION. 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



The aim of the Street Directory is to give the location 
of each Street, and show what other Street or Place runs 
from or across it with the number at which they inter- 
sect. By its aid any person, even a stranger, can go to 
any numbered-house without unnecessary travel. 

From this List the location of any number on a Street 
can be easily ascertained. For instance, you wish to 
know at what part of Washington Avenue 298 would 
come, you look for Washington Avenue, and find that 
Knox crosses at 260 left, and Snipe at 310 left, so that 298 
would be the sixth house from Snipe on the left hand 
side. , 

Albany & Sclienectadyj Ash Grove place, from 45 
Turnpike, from termi- Broad NV. to Grand, 
nus of Central and Clinton 



aves. W. 




A1e:x:ander, from 


287 


Pearl W. to boundary. 


Left 


. m. 




10 


11 Broad 




22 


23 Clinton 




64 


65 Elizabeth 




Arch, from Quay 


W. 


Grand. 




Left 


Rt. 




10 


9 Broadway 




30 


33 Church 




48 


49 Dallius 




70 


67 Green 




96 


99 Franklin 




no 


111 S. Pearl 




118 


127 Broad 




134 


— Clinton 




146 


14o Grand 





s.! 



to 



.Bassett, fr. Quay W. to 

I 286 S. Pearl 



Left. 



110 



m. 

— Broadway 

— — Church 
44 39 Dallius 
56 53 Green 

84 85 Franklin 
96 101 S. Pearl 

Beaver, fr. 412 

W. to 61 Eagle 
Left. Rt. 
2.S 19 Green 
48 — S. Pearl 
58 5-5 William 
66 — Grand 

— 71 Lodge 
97 Wendell 

— Daniel 
133 Eagle 



Broadway 



Shaker Knit Socks, only 30 cents, worth 50, at 

JTohn E. Pace's Oent^s Furnishing Store and 
Custom Shirt :?Ianufac'y, 462 & 4G4 Broadway. 



10 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ESTABLISHED 1832. 

Having this dav sold my entire stock of Diamonds. 
Watches, Clocks and Silver Ware to Henry Rowlands, 
I take this opportunit}- to tender mj' sincere thanks to 
my friends for the patronage bestowed on me for so many 
years, and most respectfully solicit a continuance of the 
same for my successor. 

Albany, Jan. 11,1869. BENJAMIN MARSH. 

HENRY ROWLANDS, 

(Late with Wendell & Roberts,) 
Successor to I5E1V JA.M:iIV 3£ji|^K{^II, 

34 State Street, corner Broadway, 

Importer of 

FineWatclies, Clocks, Bronzes, 
Opera Glasses. 

Dealer in 

Rich Jewelry, Sterling Silver 

And Plated Ware of Every Description. 

Special Agents for 
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S 

Observatdry Time received eyery hoar. 



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STREET DIRECTORY. 



u 



to 



to 



Bleecker, fr. Quay W 

136 S. Pearl 
Left. Rt. 
6 7 Broadway 
14 — Church 
28 23 Dallius 
40 39 Green 
75 74 Franklin 
91 94 S. Pearl 
Bleecker Place, from 
junction Myrtle ave. and 
Philip W. to 141 Eagle 
Bradford, fr. Snipe "VV 

boun(iftry. 
Left. Rt. 

— — Robin 

— — Perry 

— — Quail 

Broad, fr. 126 Madison ave. 

S. to S. boundary. 
Left. Rt. 
40 45 Westerlo 



to S. 



94 


93 Arch 


144 


14.5 Schuyler 


ffiO 


169 Alexander 


197 


183 Nucella 


Broad\ray, fr. N. 


boundaries. 


Left 


. Rt. 


— 


— Gansevoort 


— 


- Vine 


20 


19 Nucella 


— 


— Plumb 


— 


— Bassett 


— 


67 Cherry 


\ — 


^— Schuyler 


— 


— Mulberry 


— 


— Rens.selaer 


— 


— Arch 


142 


141 S. Ferry 


146 


147 John 


162 


163 Westerlo 


178 


177 S. Lansing 


194 


195 Herkimer 


212 


209 Bleecker 


— 


252 Madison ave. 


— 


283 Hodge 


286 


— Pruyn 



324 319 Hamilton 
348 347 Division 

361 Trotter's alley 
396 391 Hudson 
412 — Beaver 
430 427 State 

441 Exchange 
490 483 Maiden lane 
554 531 Steuben 
594 595 Columbia 
638 — Van Tromp 
646 643 Orange 
682 — Clinton avenue . 
683 Quackenbush 
719 Spencer 
740 — Wilson 
786 777 Lumber 
816 813 Colonic 

823 North Lansing 
841 De Witt 
85^5 Lawrence 
— Van Woert 
881 North Ferry 
904 — King's alley 
940 959 Thatcher 
Canal, fr. 64 N. Pearl W. to 

to Snipe. 
Left. Rt. 
12 15 Chapel 
40 — Eagle 
— 69 Cross 
96 97 Hawk 
154 155 Swan 

— — Dove 

— — Lark 

— — Knox 

— — Snipe 
Capitol Place, from 61 

Washington, S. to 211 State 
Carroll, fr. 13 Spencer N. 

to 14 Lumber 
CatUariue, fr. 21 Clintoa 

W. to Elizabeth. 
Centre, fr. 15 Lumber N. to 

8 North Lansing 
Left. Rt. 

— — Colonle 

— — North Lansing 

Silk lender Shirts] and DraTvers at John E. 

Pag-e's Oent*s Furni«»hin^ Store and Custom 

Shirt Manufactory, 402 & 4641Broadway. 



12 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



W. J. & R. H. SCOTT, 

Manufacturers and Dealers in 

itary, Fire Department, 

BASB BALiI.^ 

THEATRICAL AND SOCIETY &OODS, 

Door and Penir Plates, 

Fire Arms, Fishing Tackle, 

Silver Letters, Figures and Ornaments, 

STENCIL PLATES, 

Stamps and Ink for Marking Clothing. 

ALSO. AGENTS FOE, 

KEHOE'S CLUBS AND BOOK, 

HANDICAP DVITIB BELLS, AND 

DUPONT POWDER COMPANY, 



:F0B ALBANY AND VICINITY. 

At the sign of the Big Gun and Pistol, and Gilt Cartridge. 

Sword, Pistol and Gun Bepairing done at short notice. Old 
Guns and Pistols taken in Trade. Second-hand Guns and Pistols 
sold on commission. . „ 

We will warrant all of our Guns sold, and if we cannot satisfy 
the purchaser, we will refund the money. We will also warrant 
all Kevolving Pistols sold by us, and should any of them get out 
■of order, \<fithiu a reasonable length of time, we will repair them 
free of charge. 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



la 



Centre Alley, fr. White- 
hall road S. 

Central Ave., branches 
from. Washington ave. at 
Lark, N, W. to Albany- and 
Schenectady turnpike. 

Left. m. 
42 43 Knox 

110 109 Snipe 

176 — Robin 

232 229 Perry 

— 299 Quail 

— 349 Ontario 

— — Partridge 

— — Erie 

— — Main avenue 
Chapel, fr. 20 Clinton ave. 

S. to 91 State 
Left, Bl. 

— 15 Orange 
14 17 Monroe 
24 23 Canal 

34 33 Columbia 

42 37 Steuben 

— 47 Pine 

78 53 Maiden lane 

— 67 State 

Cherry, fr. Quay W. to 119 

Franklin. 
Left. Rt. 

5 — Broadway 

— — Church 

43 44 Dallius 
65 64 Green 

93 94 Franklin 
Chestnut, fr. 78 Hawk W. 

to 65 Lark. 
Left. Rt. 
42 — Swan 
100 — Dove 
154 15.3 Lark 
Chestnut Alley, fr. 47 

Hawk to Chestnut 
Church, fr. 310 Broadway S. 

to Gansevoort. 
Left. Rt. 

36 39 Madison avenue 
56 53 Bleecker 



64 67 Herkimer 

82 79 South Lansing 

92 87 Westerlo 

102 97 John 

108 107 South Ferry 

122 121 Arch 

— — Rensselaer 
146 14,5 Mulberry 
152 157 Schuyler 
164 169 Cherry 

178 181 Bassett 
188 189 Plumb 

— — Nucella 

— — Vine 

— — Gansevoort 
Clinton avenue, from 682 

Broadway W. to Albany 
& Schenectady turnpike. 
Left. Rt. 
-" 17 North Pearl 

— Clinton Square 

— Chapel 
a5 Ten Broeck 

101 Hawk 
L55 Swan 
211 Dove 

— Lark 

— Knox 

— Snipe 

— Robin 

— Perry 

— Quail 
■ — Ontario 

— Schenectady turnp. 
Clinton, fr. 134 Arch S. to 

S. boundary. 
Left. Rt. 

— 9 Morton 

— 21 Catharine 
36 — Schuyler 

— 29 Delaware 
60 41 Alexander 
72 59 Nucella 

fr. Water W. to 



10 

20 

98 
156 
210 



Colonie, 

Lark. 
Left. Rt. 

— — Centre 

— — Montgomery 

mroney saved by purchasings your Goods at Jno« 
E. Pa^'s Gent's FurnishinfirStoreand Custom 
Shirt Manufactory, 462 and 464 Broadway. 



14 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



The Cheapest in the City. 




646 Broadway, Cor. Orange Street, 

ALBANY, N. Y. 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



15 



— 87 BroadM'ay 
102 103 North Pearl 

— — Ten Broeck 

— — Swan 

— — Lark 
Colitmbia, fr. Quay W 

1 Eagle 
LcfLBt. 
14 15 Water 

— 25 Montgomery 
31 Broadway 

— James 
57 North Pearl 
75 Chapel 

— Lodge 
107 Eagle 

Columbia, Place, 
near Columbia, 



Daniel, fr. 110 Beaver S. W. 
; to 120 Eagle. 

|Day, fr. Whitehall road to 
I turnpike. 

Deau, fr. 14 Maiden lane S. 
to' to 13 Hudson 
\Left. Rt. 

39 42 Exchange 
f 47 48 State 

61 60 Hudson 
Delaxrare, fr. 29 Clinton 

W. to Dove. 
Left. Rt. 

— — Elizabeth 

— — Eagle 
, — — Hawk 

Eagle — — Swan 
• — — Dove 
Congress, fr. Capitol pi. W.Deleware Turnpike, fr. 
to Swan. : Madison ave. opp. Lark S. 

Left. Rt. De Witt, fr. Montgomery 

— — Hawk 1 W. to 841 Broadway 

— — Swan Division, fr. 71 Quay W. to 
Cortland, fr. Del. turnpike 72 South Pearl 

"W. to Almshouse square. Left. JRt, 
Cross, fr. 69 Canal N. to 100 6 5 Broadway 



44 

58 

74 

88 

106 



Orange 


24 


OS Liberty 


Left. Rt. 1 


34 


35 Union 


- 13 Monroe 


48 


49 Green 


— — Orange 


80 


— South Pearl 


Dallius, fr. 46 Madison 


Dove, fr. Clinton avenue S. 


avenue S. to Gansevoort 


to S. boundaries. 


Left. Rt. 


Left 


. Rt. 


6 7 Bleecker 




— Orange 


18 19 Herkimer 


— 


- Canal 


30 31 South Lansing 


— 


— Spruce 


40 39 Westerlo 


— 


-Elk 


50 49 John 


— 


11 Washington avenue 


56 51 South Ferry 


— 


21 Spring 


68 67 Arch 


30 


31 State 


76 75 Rensselaer 


40 


41 Chestnut 


88 87 Mulberry 


48 


53 Lancaster 


98 99 Schuyler 


60 


57 Jay 


108 111 Cherry 


68 


67 Hudson 


120 123 Bassett ! 


— 


— Hamilton 


130 131 Plumb 


106 


109 Madison avenue 


— — Nucella 


116 


115 Jefferson 


— — Vine 


120 


121 Elm 


— Gansevoort 




— Myrtle avenue 



Perfect Fitting Shirts made to measure at Jno. 
E. Papre's Gent's Furnishing: Store and Custom 
Shirt and Collar ?Ianuf actory. 



16 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



The Albany Botanic Depot. 

No. 71 SoTitli Pearl Street, 

DAVENPORT & BEDELL, 

Dealers in 

BOTMC&fATlTNEDIlM 

Perfumery, Toilet Articles, &c. 

And Proprietors of their Popular 

OTTAWA UU, 



This is a delicious SUMMER BEVERAGE, posses- 
sing Medicinal properties for purifying the blood and 
renovating the system. It is a cooling and refreshing 
drink, perfectly temperate in its character, and more 
fully quenches thirst than any other article ever offered 
to the public. 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



17 



— — Park avenue 


— — Swan 


— — .Warren 


— — Dove 


— — Morton 


Elm, from 75 Grand W. td 


Drooean Alley, fr. 1 Clin- 


Delaware Turnpike 


Left. Rt. 


Eagle, fr. 40 Canal S. to S. 
boundary. 


34 35 Philip 


68 67 Eagle 


Left. RL 


120 121 Hawk 


— — Spruce 


172 173 Swan 


— — Columbia 


228 229 Dove 


- -Elk 


270 271 Delaware turnpike 


— — Steuben 


Erie, from S. boundary N, 
to Schenectady turnpike 


- - Pine 


— — Washington avenue 


Left. Rt. 


— — Maiden lane 


— — Myrtle avenue 


- — State 


— — Madison avenue 


— — Howard 


— — Western avenue 


— 46 Lancaster 


— — State 


61 — Beaver 


— — Washington avenue 


- 66 Jay 


— — Schenectady turnp. 
Excbanire, fr. 47 Quay W. 


77 76 Hudson 


89 — Plain 


to 441 Broadway 


91 92 Hamilton 


Left. Rt. 


— 104 Wendell alley 


8 9 Dean 


113 114 Madison avenue 


18 19 Broadway 


119 — Madison place 


Fayette, from 1 Park Place 
N. to 143 Swan 


— 122 Jefferson 


129 132 Elm 


Left. Rt. 


141 — Bleecker place 


16 17 Hawk 


155 154 Myrtle avenue 


76 75 Swan 


163 164 Johnson alley 


First, fr. 22 Ten Broeck W. 
to W. boundary. 


171 174 Park avenue 


— — Warren 


Left. Rt. 


— — Morton 


40 — Hawk 


Eaj^le Alley, fr. opp. 19 


82 79 Swan 


Hamilton S. to opposite 4 


— — Dove 


Pruyn. 


Lark 


Elizabetb, fr. Warren S. 


— — Knox 


to S. boundary. 


— — Snipe 


Left. Rt. 


— — Robin 


— — Morton 


Foundry Place, fr. 56 N. 


— — Catharine 


Ferry S. 


— — Delaware 


Franklin, fr. 94 Madison 
ave. S. to 25 Gansevoort 


— — Alexander 


— — Nucella 


Left. Rt. 


Elk, fr. Eagle W. to Dove. 


— 2 Bleecker 


Left. Rt. 


7 4 Herkimer 


26 25 Hawk 


21 — South Lansing 


Dressing Robes and Br« 


7akfast Jackets at Jno. 


E. Pace's Gent's Furni 


siting: Store and Custom 


Sbirt Manufactory, 4< 


i2 and 464 Broadway. 



18 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PRUYN, GASCOIGNE & WIIBECK, 



Importers, MaDnfactnrers and Dealers in 



.A^I^ID 



Saddlery Hardware 

Carriage^ 
Harness^ 

and Upholstery 

^— ^ ^ 
497 & 499 Broadway, 

ALBAi^Y. 

V S.S. PRUYN. J. W. GASCOIGNE. D. T. WITBECK. 

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STREET DIRECTORY. 



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29 

39 

51 

67 

81 

93 

107 

119 

131 

157 
169 
179 



28 Westerlo 

— John 

50 South Ferry 

68 Arch 

80 Rensselaer 

— Mulberry 
106 Schuyler 

— Cherry 
130 Bassett 

— Plumb 
162 Nucella 

— Vine 

178 Gansevoort 



Fulton, fr. 8 Plain S. to 125 ,00 
Madison avenue ' ® 

Left. Bt. 

12 13 Hamilton 
— 25 Van Zandt 
30 33 Madison avenue 



142 
!l48 
1174 
jl80 
192 

Oausevoort, fr. 1 Broad- 1204 
way W. to 334 South Pearl 2O8 

Left. Rt. 218 



— Church 

— Dallius 
1 Green 

25 Franklin 
41 South Pearl 



Oarden, fr. 101 Dove W. to 
Lark. 

Beaver S. to 15 



Orand, fr, 

Morton 
Left. P,t. 

— 11 Grand Alley 
18 17 Hudson 

28 25 Plain 

44 41 Hamilton 

— 55 Van Zandt 

Q^ G5 Madison avenue 

— 75 Elm 

— 93 Wilbur 
114 — Westerlo 

— 123 Myrtle avenue 

— 139 Johnson Alley 

— 149 Park avenue 

— — Arch 

— 157 Warren 
168 169 Morton 



Graud Alley, from 11 

Grand W. 
Green, fr. 50 State S. to 2 

Gansevoort 
Left. Rt. 
— 7 Norton 
24 19 Beaver 
46 41 Hudson 
58 55 Division 
74 69 Hamilton 
100 99 Madison avenue 
104 lOlBleecker 
114 111 Herkimer 
126 121 South Lansing 
131 Westerlo 
143 John 
151 South Ferry 
167 Arch 
181 Rensselaer 
— Mulberry 
205 Schuyler 
217 Cherry 
229 Bassett 
232 233 Plumb 
244 247NuceUa 
258 259 Vine 
278 283 Gansevoort 
Hall Place, fr. Ten Broeck 
between Second and Third 
Hamilton, fr. 79 Quay W. 

to 125 Lark. 
Left. Rt. 



2i 

38 
56 

72 
94 
100 
112 

1142 
1 162 

1202 
;222 

I274 
i316 
1370 



7 Broadway 

— Eagle Alley 
25 Liberty 

39 Union 
55 Green 

— Rose 

95 South Pearl 
103 Fulton 
115 Grand 
147 Philip 
171 Eagle 
199 High 
219 Hawk 

239 Hamilton Place 
271 Swan 
323 Dove 
373 Lark 



Fancy Sbirts, only SI. 50 at J. E. Pajje's ; otbers 
charge 82 for san&c Good»$. ITIoney saved by 
luakiug^ your purcbascs at IGS «\; 464 B'^vay, 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



W. J. MILLER, 

Manufacturer and Dealer in 

Hats, Caps, 

LADIES' FANCY FURS, 

Trunks^ 

Valises, 

BUFFllO IHD FINCT ROBES, 

Wholesale and Retail, 

03 SOUTH nmt eraEETt 

ALBANY, N. Y. 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



21 



Hamilton Place, fr. 239 Hudson, fr. 57 Quay W. to 

Hamilton N. i W. boundary. 

Hawk, fr. 121 Elm N. to 40|^^^^^ ^^^ 



First 
Left. Rt. 
18 



20 
34 
46 
48 
62 
78 
90 
104 
106 
114 



13 Jefferson 
; 21 Madison avenue 
33 Hamilton 

— Hudson 
47 Jay 
63 Lancaster 

— Chestnut iin 
89 State !__ 

101 Washington avenue ;i32 



105 Fayette 
115 Elk 

— — Spruce 

— — Canal 

— — Orange 

— — Clinton avenue 
178 177 First 
Herkimer, fr. 104 Quay W 

to 142 South Pearl 
Left. Rt. 
8 9 Broadway 
16 17 Church 
42 43 Dallius 
50 53 Green 
80 89 Franklin 
106 109 South Pearl 
Hi^h, fr. 168 State S. to 239 
Madison avenue. 



il56 
'174 

1228 
298 
:358 



13 Dean 

17 Broadway 

— Liberty 

— Union 
53 Green 

75 South Pearl 
87 William 
95 Grand 

— Philip 
129 Daniel 
131 Eagle 
157 High 
177 Hawk 
231 Swan 
291 Dove 
353 Lark 
385 Willett 

— Knox 



(Hunter's Alley, from 74 
Swan West. 

ijackson, from 47 Spencer 
N. to Lumber. 



Left. 
26 
28 

54 

60 



James, from. 
44 Columbia. 
Left. Rt. 

20 19 Maiden lane 
48 49 Steuben 
60 i 55 Columbia 



State N. to 



i Jay-fr. Eagle W. to 89 Lark. 
Left. Rt. 



Rt. 

25 Lancaster 
27 Jay 
41 Hudson 

53 Hamilton j ^i 

— Wendell Alley 1 52 

61 Madison avenue TTZ 
Hod^e, fr. 95 Quay W. io}^ 
283 Broadway. ^ 

Howard, fr. 13 South Pearl 1 Jefferson, fr. 124 Eagle W. 

W. to Eagle. j to Delaware turnpike. 

Left. Rt. \Left. Rt. 

22 — William | 58 57 Hawk 

36 35 Lodge !122 121 Swan 

52 —Wendell |180 

70 69 Eagle ,234 

Balbri^^an Socks (Irish 
Vai^e'^s Gent's Furuisbin^ Store and Custom 
Shirt ITlanufactory, 462 and 464 Broadi^'ay. 



31 High 
53 Hawk 
— Swan 
161 Dove 
223 Lark 



179 Dove 

233 Delaware turnpike 

make) at John E. 



22 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



GEO. N. COZINE, 

Mannfaetnrer and Dealer in 

PAPER BOXES, 



AND 




Paper Box Makers Materials 

Of Every Description. 

No. 22 BEAVER STREET, 
Albany, N. Y. 

Orders respectfully sclicited and promptly attended to 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



28 



Jobn, fr. 130 Quay W.:to 39 


150 


153 Dove 


Franklin 


202 


205 Lark 


Left. Rt. 


— 


— Willett 


— — Broadway 


— 


— Knox 


9 10 Church 


Lancaster Alley, fr. 3 

Laster N. W. to 2 Park. 


19 20 Dallius 


31 »4 Green 


Lark, fr. Colonie S. to S. 


63 64 Franklin 


boundary. 


Johnson's Alley, fr. 139 


Left. 


Rt. 


Grand W. to Hawk. 




— Lumber 


Left Rt. 


20 


21 Third 


Philip 


28 


39 Second 


— — Eagle 




- First 


Hawk 


_ 


— Clinton avenue 


Kiner's Place, from 119 N. 


— 


— Orange 

— Canal 


Swan. 





Kirk's Alley, fr. 901 B' way 


— 


— Spruce 


W. to 305 North Pearl. 





— Elk 


Knox, fr. 288 Lumber S. to 


_ 


14 Sherman 


S. boundary. 


27 


{ 26 Washington avenue 


Left. Rt. 


53 


58 Spring 


Third 


63 


68 State 


— — Second 


65 


— Chestnut 


— — First 


77 


76 Lancaster 


— — Clinton avenue 


89 


— Jay 


— — Canal 


105 


108 Hudson 


— — Spruce 

— — Elk 


125 


— Hamilton 


145 


148 Madison avenue 


— — Sherman 


Law^rence, fr. the River 


— — Central avenue 


W 


. to 855 Broadway 


— — Western avenue 


Left 


. Rt. 


— — Washington avenue 





- Water 


— — Spring 


22 


21 Montgomery 


— —State 


92 


93 Broadway 


— — Lancaster 


LaTrrence Court, from 55 


— — Hudson 


Lawrence N. 


— — Hamilton 


liearned, tr. 20 N. Ferry N. 


— — Madison avenue 


to Thacher 


— — Yates 


Liberty, fr. 36 Hudson S. to 
39 Madison avenue 


— — Morris 


— — Myrtle avenue 


Left 


. Rt. 


r.ancaster, fr. 46 Eagle W. 


16 


15 Division 


to W. boundary. 


28 


29 Hamilton 


Left. Rt. 


36 


— Pruyn 


— 11 Park 


68 


71 Madison avenue 


28 29 High 


Little Basin, fr. Water 
between N. Lansing and 


48 49 Hawk 


102 99 Swan 


Lawrence. 



Linen and Cloth Over Oaiters at Jno. E. Pace's 
Oent's Furnishing Store and Custom Shirt 
Manufactory, 462 and 464 Broadway. 



24 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



CLEMENT C006AN. 

Manufacturer of and Dealer in 

Card, Belt, Harness, 
Bridie and Shoe 





Kos. 2 & 4 Hudson St., 



AND 



59 and 60 Quay Street, 

ALBANY, N. Y. 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



25 



Liodge, fr. 88 Columbia S. to 

75 Beaver. 
Left. Rt. 

6 5 Steuben 

— 15 Pine 

— 27 Maiden lane 
36 — State 
48 45 Howard 
66 67 Beaver 

liUmber District, fr. head 

N. Ferry N. 
JLiimber, fr. Water W. to 

W. boundery. 
Left. Rt. 
14 — Carroll 

— 15 Center 

— — Montgomery 

— — Jackson 
64 65 Broadway 
86 87 North Pearl 

106 103 Ten Broeck 
146 147 Swan 
246 249 Lark 
288 293 Knox 

— — Snipe 

— ^ — -Robin 
Madison Ave., fr. Quay at 

Steamboat Landing W. to 

W. boundary. 
Left. Rt. 

12 — Broadway 
24 21 Church 

— 39 Liberty 
46 — Dallius 

— 47 Union 
68 65 Green 

— 85 Rose 
94 — Franklin 

108 109 South Pearl 

125 Fulton 

126 — Broad 
142 143 Grand 
176 177 Philip 

— 207 Eagle 

— 239 High 
266 263 Hawk 
324 323 Swan 
374 379 Dove 



422 423 Lark 

— — Deleware turnpike 

— 477Wi.lett 

— — Knox 

— — Snipe 

— — Robin 

— — Perry 

— — Quail 

— — Ontario 

— — Partridge 

— — Erie 

— — Main 
Madison Place, fr, Philip 

to Eagle S. side of Madison 
avenue. 
Maiden I^ane, fr. 35 Quay 

W. to Eagle. 
Left. Rt. 
2 1 Quay 
14 — Dean 
26 25 Broadway 
30 29 James 
40 41 North Pearl 
52 49 Chapel 
60 63 Lodge 
88 89 Eagle 

Mercer, fr. Delaware turn- 
pike to Alms House sq. 
Merchant's Place, from 

162 Hamilton S. 
Monroe, fr. 84 N. Pearl W. 

to opp. 14 Cross. 
Left. Rt. 
12 11 Chapel 
58 59 Cross 
Montgromery, fr. Steuben 



N. 
Left. 
24 



to Lawrence. 
Rt. 

25 Columbia 
37 Orange 
ck( 



64 59 Quackenbush 

82 — Spencer 

— — Lumber 

— — Colonie 

— — North Lansing 

— -De Witt 

— — Lawrence 

One Plait Shirt— at John 



The New Style- 
Pagre's Gent's Furnishingr Store and Custom 
Shirt Manufactory, 462 and 464 Broad w^ ay. 



26 



ADVERIISEMENTS. 



JOHN TAYLOR'S SON, 




BREWER OF 



& 



r>Er>OTS : 



133 Broadway, Albany, 

33 4 GREENWICH ST., 

23 and 25 JAY STREET, 



117 Commercial Street, Boston. 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



27 



Morris, fr. Deleware sq. to 
N. boundary. 

Morton, fr. 9 Clinton W. 

to Delaware turnpike. 
Left. Rt. 

~ 15 Grand 

44 35 Elizabeth 

— — Eagle 

— — Hawk 
-^ — Swan 

— — Dove 

— — Deleware turnpike 
Mulberry, fr. Quay W. to 

93 Franklin. 
Left. St. 

— — Broadway 
14 19 Church 

26 27 Dallius 

38 41 Green 

60 75 Franklin 
Myrtle Ave., fr. 123 Grand 

W. to W. boundary. 

Left. Rt. 

M 23 Phillip 

52 53 Eagle 

74 75 Hawk 

96 — Swan 

— — Dove 

— — Lark 

— — Knox 

— — Snipe 

— — Robin 

— — Perry 

— — Quail 

— — Ontario 

— — Partridge 

— — Erie 

— — Main 

North Ferry, fr. the River 

W. to 881 Broadway. 
Left. Et. 

— — Water 

— — Montgomery 

— — Rathbone 

— 59 Learned 
98 99 Broadway 



IVorth liansin&r, fr. Water 

W. to 82:3 Broadway. 
Left. Rt. 
8 — Center 
16 27 Montgomery 
10 81 Broadway. 
Nortb Pearl ,fr. 77.State N. 

to Thacher. 
Left. Rt. 

14 23 Maiden lane 
46 51 Steuben 
58 63 Columbia 
64 — Canal 

— 83 Van Tromp 
84 — Monroe 

— 95 Orange 

— 107 Clinton ave, 
142 143 Wilson 
192 193 Lumber 
216 217 Colonic 
272 275VanWoert 

503 Kirk's Alley 
342 343 Thacher 
Norton, fr. ,7 Green W. to 

24 S. Pearl. 
Nucella, fr. Quay W. to.W. 

boundary. 
Left. Rt. 

— — Broadway 

— — Church 

— — Dallius 
58 61 Green 
78 79 Franklin 

— 95 Onet's Alley 
98 99 S. Pearl 

108 107 Broad 
118 117 Clinton 

— Elizabeth 

— Eagle 
Onet's Alley, from 95 Nu- 

Ontario, fr. N. to S. bound- 
aries. 

- — Clinton ave. 

- — Elk 

- — Shermanj 

- — Washington ave. 

- — State 

Chest Protectors for Invalids at Jno. K. Pag-e's 
Ocnt's Furnishing^ Store and Custom Shirt and 
Collar Manufactory, 462 and 464 Broadway. 



28 ADVEETISEMENTS. 

TAAFFE BROS., 

TUBNINi} & SAWING 

ESTABLISHMENT, 

ALBANY, N. Y. 



KAUl Kinds of Work Done, such as" 

Stoop and Stair Newels, Balusters, 

TABLE STANDS AND DESK LEGS. 

Base Ball Bats^ 

On hand and made to order. 

Also Scrolls, Brackets? Cabinet and 
other Sawing done at the Short- 
est Notice, 

ITT" rarticular attention paid to turning Ten Pin and 
BUliard Balls. 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



29 



— — Western ave. 


- — Bradford 


— — Madison ave. 


— — Central ave. 


— — Myrtle ave. 


— — Sand 


Oak, W. of Knox, Arbor 

Hill. 
Orani^e, from Quay W. to 

Dove. 


- -Elk 


Phoenix Place, fr. 114 

Hudson S. 


2 ' iVater 


Pine, from Eagle E. to 7 


Chapel. 


18 15 Montgomery 
30 25 Broadway 


Left. at. 


- 9 Lodge 


50 37 N. Pearl 


- 19 Chapel 


- - Clinton 


Pbilip, fr. 114 Hudson S. to 


56 55 Chapel 


to Morton, 


104 — Cross 


Left. at. 


132 135 Hawk 


- - Plain 


194 189 Swan 


426 32 Hamilton 


226 227 Dove 


44 - Van Zandt 


Osborn, fr. Elizabeth S. to 
Bethleham line. 


54] 49 Madison^ ave. 


60 59 Elm 


Park, fr. 154 State S. to 11 


76 - Wilbur 


Lancaster. 


— 91 Bleecker Place 


Park Ave., fr. 149 Grand 


98 97 Myrtle ave. 


W. to Deleware turnpike. 


108 105 Johnson Alley 


Left. RL 


118 115 Park ave. 


38 37 Philip 


— — Warren 


76 75 Eagle 


— — Morton 


— — Swan 


Pier, fr. the foot of Law- 


— — Dove 


rence S. to the foot of 


— — Deleware turnpike 


Hamilton. 


Park Place, rear of Capi- 


Plain, fr. 51 S. Pearl W. to 


tol and Academy Parks. 


89 Eagle. 


Partridgre, fr. S. boundary 


Left. Hi. 


N. to Central ave. 


8 — Fulton 


— — Myrtle ave. 


18 19 Grand 


— — Madison ave. 


38 31 Philip 


— — Western ave. 


- - Eagle 


— — State 


Pleasant, fr. Madison ave. 
N. to Schenectady turn- 


— — Washington ave. 


— — Schenectady turnp'e 


pike. 


Perry, fr. Alms House sq. 
N, to N. Boundary. 


Plumb, fr. Quay W. to opp. 


146 Franklin. 


— — Myrtle ave. 


Left. JRt. 


— — Madison ave. 


— — Broadway 


— —Hudson 


— — Church 


— — Western ave. 


— — Dallius 


— — State 


-^ — Green: 


— — Washington ave. 


— — Franklin 



Sole Manufactory of the Paris Pattern Perfect 
Fitting Shirt, at John E. Padre's Gent's Fur- 
nishing Store, 402 and 464 Broadway. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



a. w. omm a mmn, 



DEALERS IN 



ROOFING SLATE, 

10 James Street, Albany, N. 7. 

Eflofs Covered wi Slate, Tid aiifl Gravel 

J. W. OSBOKN, BRADLEY MARTIN. 



8TKEET DIRECTORY, 



31 



Providence, fr. Delaware 


_ 


— Arch 


turnpike N. to Schenecta- 


— 


— Rensselaer 


dy turnpike. 


— 


— Mulberry 


Pruyn, fr. 310 Broadway W. 


— 


— Cherry 


to 36 Liberty. 


— 


— Bassett 


Left. m. 
2 1 Broadway 


— 


— Plumb 


— 


— Nucella 


— 3 Eagle 


— 


— Vine 


10 11 Liberty 


— - 


— Gansevoort 


Ctuackenbush, fr. Quay 


Railroad Ave., fr. Lum- 
ber N. W. to 19 Van Woert 


W. to 685 Broadway. 


Xeft. m. 


Left 


.Rt. 


— — Water 




— Lumber 


14 13 Montgomery 


— 


— Broadway 


— 29 Broadway 


— 


— Van Woert' 


Quail, from N. to S. bound- 


Ratbbone, fr. N. Ferry N. 


aries. 


to Thacher. 


Left. Bt. 


Rensselaer, fr. Quay W. 


— — Myrtle -ave. 


to 232 S. Pearl. 


— — Madison ave. 


Left 


.Rt. 


— — Hudson 




— Broadway 


— — Western ave. 





— Church 


— — State 


28 


29 Dallius 


— — Washington ave. 

— — Bradford 


42 


43 Green 


66 


65 Franklin 


— — Central ave. 


84 


81 S. Pearl 


— — Sherman 


Road, fr. 144 Canal S. W. to 


Elk 


Swan. 


— — Clinton ave. 


Robin, fr. S. to N. bound- 


Quay, along the Dock from 
2 Quackenbush S.* to S. 


aries. 
Left. Rt. 


boundary. 


— 


— Myrtle ave. 


Left. Rt. 





— Morris 


— — Orange 


— 


— Yates 


— — Columbia 


— 


— Madison ave. 


— 35 Maiden Lane 


— 


— Hudson 


— 47 Exchange 


— 


— State 


— 52 State 


— 


— Washington ave. 

— Bradford 


— 57 Hudson 


— 


- 71 Division 





— Central ave. '• 


— 79 Hamilton 


: 


— Sherman 


- 95 Hodge 





— Elk 


— 96 Madison ave. 





— Clinton ave. 


— lOOBleecker 





— First 


— 108 Herkimer 





— Second 


— 114 S. Lansing 





— Third 


— 125Westerlo 





— Lumber 


— 130 John 





— Colonie 



Pocket Policeman, at Jobn E. Pace's Gent's 
Furnisbing- Store and Custom Sbirt Manu- 
factory, 4G2 and 404 Broadway. 



32 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



J. V. B. CARTER, 

AND DESIGNER. 

ORIENTAL AND MODERN 



No. 18 LIBERTY STREET, 

ALMPtY, PC. Y. 

PATTERNS OF ALL 3KINBS, 

MADE AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE. 

ALSO, 

iwcooEL ttouk:, 

WITH DISPATCH. 

Turning and Scroll Sawing, 

CARVING AND OBNAMENTING, 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



33 



Rose, fr. 72 Hamilton S. to 
85 Madison ave. 


_ 


— Sherman 


— 


— Elk 


LefU Rt. 
— 17 Rose St. al. 


— 


— Clinton ave. 


— 


- First 


20 19 Madison ave. 


— 


— Second 


Rose St. Al., fr. 17 Rose N. 


— 


— Third 


Schiiyler, fr. Broadway W. 

to 36 Clinton. 
Left. at. 


— — Lumber 

— — Colonie 

South Ferry, fr. 142 Broad- 


— — Church 


way W. to 196 S. Pearl, 


28 27 Dallius 


Left 


.Rt. 


■ 46 45 Green 


XV 


11 Church 


78 81 Franklin 


28 


27 Dallius 


92 93 S. Pearl 


44 


41 Green 


98 97 Broad 


70 


71 Franklin 


110 109 Clinton 


82 


83 S. Pearl 


Second, from opp. 47 Ten 


South L.ansinsr, fr. Quay 
W to 21 Franklin. 


Broeck W. to W. boundary. 


Left. at. 


Left. Bt. 


- - Hall Place 




— Broadway 


54 55 Swan 


1 


7 Church 


158 159 Lark 


28 


27 Dallius 


— — Knox 


42 


43 Green 


Snipe 


72 


71 Franklin 


— — Robin 


South Pearl, fr. 88 State S 


Sherman, fr. 14 Lark W. to 
W. boundary. 


to Gansevoort. 


Left. Rt. 


Left. Bt. 




13 Howard 


— — Knox 


24 


— Norton 


— —Snipe 




19 Beaver 


— — Robin 


52 


35 Hudson 


— — Perry 


— 


51 Plain 


- - Quail 


72 


— Division 


— — Ontario 


94 


75 Hamilton 


— — Partridge 




87 Van Zandt 


Snipe, fr. S. to N. boundary. 


126 


101 Madison ave. 


Left. Rt. 


136 


— Bleecker 


— — Myrtle ave. 


142 


— Herkimer 


— — Morris 


168 


157 Westerlo 


— — Yates 


196 


— S. Ferry 


— — Madson ave. 


216 


207 Arch 


— — Hamilton 


232 


— Rensselaer 


— — Hudson 


262 


253 Schuyler 


— — Lancaster 


286 


— Bassett 


- - State 




287 Alexander 


— — Washington ave. 


316 


305 Nucella 


— — Central ave. 


334 


— Gansevoort 



Liinen Under Shirts, Draxrers and Socks at Jno. 
E. Pace's Gent's Furnishingr Store and Custom 
Shirt Manufactory, 463 and 464 Broadway. 



34 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Established 1831. 

THORBURN'S ALBANY 

SEED & FRUIT STORE, 

388 Broadway, opp. Mansion House. 



Vegetable, Field and Flower Seeds, Bird Seeds, 
Bulbous Roots, Greenhouse, Strawberry and 
Raspberry Plants, Roses, Grape Vines, 
Garden Tools, Books, &c.. Whole- 
sale and Retail. 

BOUQUETS OF CHOICE FLOWERS 

Fertilizers, Timothy and Clover. 

Catalog^ues on Application. Fruit delivered, 
-crith care to any part off tlie City. 



For Mocking Birds, Thrushes, Nightingales, 

Robins, Blackbirds, Starlings, Sky Larks, 

&c.. Wholesale and Retail 

The only place of sale for this genuine food. All 
other kinds of Bird Seed for sale. Beware of imita- 
tions, bottled up in the same way. 

Orders by express promptly attended to. 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



Spencer, fr. Water W. to 


Steuben, fr. Montgomery 


f 719 Broadway. 


W. to Eagle 


Left. m. 


Left. Rt. 


2 1 Water 


— — Broadway 


- 13 Carroll 


14 15 James 


30 31 Montgomery 


— — N. Pearl 


— 47 Jackson 


36 - Chapel 


60 61 Broadway 


44 43 Lodge 


Spring, fr. 21 Dove W. to 

Knox. 
Left. Rt. 

2 1 Dove 
136 131 Lark 
— — Knox 


— — Eagle 

Swan, fr. N. to S. bound- 
aries. 
Left. Rt. 

— — Colonic 
17 20 Lumber 
41 40 Third 


Spruce, fr. 3 Columbia pi. W 


61 .62 Second 


Left. Rt. 


79 84 First • 


— — Hawk 


— — Clinton ave. 


— — Swan 


— — Orange 


— — Dove 


— — Canal 


- - Lark 


— — Road 


State, fr. 52 Quay W. to 1 


— — Spruce 
139 138 Elk 


Western ave. 


Left. Rt. 


143 — Fayette 


16 17 Dean 


147 158 Washington ave. 


32 — Broadway 


— — Congress 


50 - Green 


— 172 State 


— 63 James 


— — Chestnut 


88 - S. Pearl 


— - — Lancaster 


— 77 N. Pearl 


— — Jay 


— 91 Chapel 


181 180 Hudson 


116 99 Lodge 
144 125 Eagle 


191 — Watson ave. 


195 196 Hamilton 


154 —Park 


209 210 Madison ave. 


168 —High 


221 216Jeflferson 


184 —Hawk 


225 224 Elm 


— 211 Capitol pi. 


— — Myrtle ave. 


234 241 Swan 


— — Park ave. 


294 293 Dove 


— — Warren 


346 347 Lark 


— — Morton 


362 — Willett 


— — Delaware 


402 403 Knox 


— — Alexander 


— — Snipe 


Ten Broeck, fr. 35 Clinton 


— — Robin 


ave. N. W. to Colonie. 


— — Western ave. 


Left. Rt. 


Steamboat I. a n d i n ar , 

Quay, bet. Hodge and 


22 — First. 


— 33 Wilson 


Madison ave. 


— — Second 



The ISew Cravat Botv at .John E. Paffe-s Gent's 
Furnisbingr Store, Custom Shirt Manufactory, 
462 and 464 Broadw^ay. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Jolm m. Foil, 

UNDERTAKER, 



And Retail Dealer In 



f 



UPHOLSTERY, 

Cabinet Ware, 

274 SOUTH PEAEL STREET, 
ALBANY, N. Y. 



Constantly on hand an extensive assortment of 
desirable and 



Don't Forget tlie Address. 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



37 



— — Third 
. — — Lumber 

— — Colonie 
Tliacher, from the Erie 

Canal W. to 343 N. Pearl. 
Left. Rt. 

— — Water 

— — Montgomery 

— — Learned 

— — Rathbone 

— — Broadway 

— — N. Pearl 
Tbird. from opp. 79 Ten 

Broeck W. to boundary. 
Left. Rt. 
'kS 49 Swan. 
158 159 Lark 

— 315 Knox 

— — Snipe 

— — Robin 
Tivoli, (formerly Tivoli 

Hollow), fr. Troy Road to 
N. bonndary. 
Trotter's Alley, fr. Quay 

W. to 361 Broadway, 
Union, fr. 42 Hudson S.:to47 

Madison ave. 
Left. Rt. 
12 11 Division 
24 2-5 Hamilton 
66 61 Madison ave. 
Van Tromp, fr. 638 Broad-' 

way W. to So N. Pearl. 
Van Woert, fr. 868 Broad- 
way W. 
Left. Rt. 

18 19 Railroad ave. 
20 — N. Pearl 
Van Zandt, fr. 87 S. Pearl 

AV. to 44 Philip. 
Left, Rt. 

— — Fulton 
24 25 Grand 
52 51 Philip 

Vine, fr. Qray W. to 169 
» Franklin. 
Left. Rt. 

— — Broadway 
Fancy Cretonnes 



— — Church 

— — Dallius 

— — Green 

— — Franklin 
Warren, fr. 157 Grand W. 

to Alms House. 
Left. Rt. 

— — Elizabeth 

— — Philip 

— — Eagle 

— — Hawk 

— — Swan 

— — Dove 

— — Delaware turnpike 

Warren St. Alley,fr.AVar- 

ren S. W. to Elizabeth. 
IVasbin^ton Ave., fr. 

Eagle opp. City Hall W. to 
W. boundary. 
Left. Rt. 
2 1 Park Place 

— 29 Hawk 
— Capitol Place 
91 Swan 

145 Dove 
199 Lark 
— Knox 
325 Snipe 

— — Robin 

— — Perry 

— — Quail 

— — Ontario 

— — Patridge 

— — Erie 

— — Main ave. 
Wasliinffton Square, 

State and Madison ave.bet. 
Willett and Knox. 
Water, fr. 15 Columbia N. 

to 1 N. Ferry. 
Left. Rt. 
46 — Orange 
70 — Quackenbush 

— — Spencer 
112 109 Lumber 
126 — Colonie 

— — N. Lansing 

ffor Custom Sbirts made 



64 
90 
150 
200 
260 
310 



to 



measure antl a perfect fit guaranteed at Juo. 

E. Pag:e's, 462 and 464 Broadway. 



38 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Feathers and Feather Beds^ ij 

BOLSTERS AND PILLOWS, 




QUILTS, BLANKETS, COMFOETERS, 

SHEETS, Etc., 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



89 



— — Lawrence 


— — Patridge 


— — N. Ferry 


- - Erie 


TTatson's Ave., fr. 42 


— — Main 


Hawk W. to 191 Swan. 


VVliiteliall Road, from 


Tt'endell, fr. 97 Beaver N. 


Bethleham N. W. 


to 52 Howard. 


Wilbur, fr. 93 Grand W. to 


\f endell's Alley, from 104 
Eagle W. to 54 High. 


76 Philip. 


T^lllett, fj. 362 State S. to 


West, fr. Robin W. to Quail. 


447 Madison ave. 


Left. Rt. 


Left. Rt. 


— — Perry 


44 — Lancaster 


— — Quail 
IVesterlo, fr. 125 Quay W. 


68 — Hudson 


112 — Madison ave. 


to 40 Broad. ^ ^ 


William, fr. 22 Howard S. 
to 87 Hudson. 


Left. Et. 


5 — Broadway 


Left. Rt. 


13 12Cliurch 


— 12 Beaver 


29 30 Dallius 


33 34 Hudson 


41 42 Green 


W^ilson, fr. 740 Broadway 


67 66 Franklin 


W. to 33 Tea Broeck. 


79 78 S. Pearl 


Left. Rt. 


95 86 Broad 


14 15 N. Pearl 


IVestern Ave., branches 


32 27 Ten Broeck 


fr. i325 Washington ave. 


ITates, fr. Delaware Square 


and Snipe W. to W. bound- 


W. to W. boundery. 


ary. 


Left. Rt. 


Left. Rt. 


- - Lark 


— — Perrv 


— — Knox 


- - Quail 


- - Snipe 


— — Ontario 


— — Robin 



liife Preserving: Vests at jrobn X!. Pag-e's Cent's 
Furnisbing- Store and Custom 8hirt and Collar 
Manufactory, 4G3 and 4G4 Broadway*. 



40 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Sash, Door and Blind Factory 




P. H. WBMPLB, 

7 & 9 GEAND STREET, 

SelTeenBeaTeiSHuajoi, AIiBANY, IT. Y. 



Wholesale and Retail Dealei* and Manufacturer of 

Doors, Sash, Blinds, Shutters, 

MOULDINGS, NEWELS, 
Bahsters, Stair Railings of any Style, &c. 

A large assortment kept constantly on hand or made to 
order at short notice, at the lowest market prices. 

^ ORDEES RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS, 



Albany Academy, Eagle, between Fayette and Elk. 

Albany Hospital, Howard corner Eagle. 

Albany Orphan Asylum, Robin north Washington ave. 

Alms House, south of Madison avenue near Snipe. 

Ames' Building, 4o'and 47 South Pearl 

Association Hall, 40 State street. 

Beaver Block, South Pearl, between Norton and Beaver. 

Bleecker Hall, 531 Broadway. 

Bureau of Military Statistics, 219 State. 

Capitol, Eagle, between State and Washington avenue. 

Central Block, Broadway corner Columbia. 

City Hall, Eagle, between Maiden lane and Pine. 

City Offices, 15 North Pearl corner Howard. 

Commercial Building, Broadway corder Hudson. 

Cooper's Building, State corner Green. 

Custom House, Hamilton between Broadway and Quay. 

Douw's Building, State corner Broadway. 

Dudley Observatory, N. junct. of N. Pearl and R. R. ave. 

Exchange Building, Broadway bet. State and Exchange. 

Female Academy, 28 North Pearl. 

Fryer's Building, Broadway corner Hudson. 

Geological Hall, State corner Lodge. 

Home of the Friendless, 15 Park. 

Jail, 77 Maiden lane, rear City Hall. 

Lansing Block, Broadway corner Hamilton. 

Masonic Hall, 41 and 43 North Pearl, 

Medical College, Eagle between Jay and Lancaster. 

Morange Buildings, 492 to 502 Broadway. 

Museum Building, State corner Broadway. 

Odd Fellows' Hall, Green corner Beaver. 

Penitentiary, Delaware turnpike, below Madison ave. 

Post Office, Broadway corner State. 

Ransom's iron Building, 463 Broadway. 

State Arsenal, Eagle corner Hudson. 

State Hall, Eagle, between Steuben and Pine. 

State Library, State street, rear Capitol. 

State Normal School, Lodge corner Howard. 

Strong's Building, 443 Broadway. 

Temperance Hall, 586 Broadway. 

Tweddle Hall, State corner North Pearl. 

Van Rensselaer Buildings, State corner South Pearl 

Van Vechten Hall, 119 State. 

Puffed Bosomed Shirts only S2 eacb, at .Toliii E, 
Page's Gent^s Furnisliiuf^ Store and Custom 
Shirt Manufactory, 462 and 4 64 Broad^vay. 



44 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 




I 



CHURCHES. 45- 



Lutlieraii. 

Evaug'l Lutheran Ebeiiezer.Pine corner Lodge. 
First German Evan. Luth....Nucella corner Franklin. 
Second German Evan. Luth.State above Swan. 
Ev. Lutb. St. John's Ger Central avenue. • 

]>l!etli.o<iist. 

Hudson St. M. E Hudson above Grand. 

Garretson Station M. E N. Pearl above Columbia. 

Ash Grove M. E Westerlo corner Broad. 

Trinity M. E Washington ave. cor. Swan. 

Arbor Hill M. E Swan near Lumber. 

Broadway M. E 867 Broadway. 

Sec. Wes. M. Chapel (Af'n)... Third below Lark. 
African M. E 351 Hamilton. 

I*r e s l^y t erian. 

First Presbyterian Philip corner Hudson. 

Second Presbyterian Chaperabove Maiden Lane. 

Third Presbyterian North Pearl cor. Clinton ave» 

Fourth Presbyterian Broadway near Wilson. 

Fifth Presbyterian Second below Lark. 

State Street Presbyterian State above Swan, 

United Presbyterian Lancaster above Eagle. 

IlefoniiedL I>u.tcli. 

First Ref. Prot. Dutch North Pearl corner Orange. 

Second Ref. Prot. Dutch Hudson below South Pearl. 

Third Ref. Prot. Dutch Ferry corner Green. 

Fourth Ref. Pr. Dutch (Ger)..Schuyler below South Pearl. 

Holland Ref. Prot. Dutch Orange corner Chapel. 

Park Chapel Hudson corner Lark. 

Xlomaii Oatliolic. 

Cathedral, Xmmac. Concep...Eagle corner Madison ave. 

St. Marj-^'s Lodge corner Pine. 

St. John's Ferry corner Dallius. 

St. Ann's Nucella corner Franklin. 

St. Joseph's. ..„ Ten Broeck corner Second. 

St. Patrick's Central ave. corner Perry. 

Church of Holy Cross (Ger).. Hamilton corner Philip. 
Acad'y of the Sacred Heart..Kenwood. 
Chapel of the Asylum Western avenue. 

Only One Dollar for a. Good l¥liite Shirt, at 
, John £. Pace's Gentlemen's Furnishing: Store, 
463 and 464 Broadway. 



46 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



S. A. STMTTO^ 



No. 7 Tweddle Hall, 



^ 



ja.3srir, m-. "st. 



The Selling, Buying and Renting 



OF 



CITY AND COUNTRY 

Will be strictly and promptly attended to. 



ALBANY POST OFFICE. 

Office in Ezchange Building, Broadway corner State. 

FREE DELIVERY— Letters and Newspapers delivered 
free in the business parts of the city FIVE times, and 
in other parts THREE times a day. Open from 7.30 
A. M. to 7.30 P. M. SUNDAYS from 8 to 9 A. M. and 
6 to 7 P. M. HOLIDAYS from 8 to 9 A. M., 2 to 3 and 
6 to T P. M. 

MAILS CLOSE. 

North, Midnight, 11 A. M. and 3 P. M. Troy, Mid- 
night, 11 A. M., 3 and 5 P. M. South, Midnight, 9 A. M., 
3.20 and 9 P. M. East, Midnight, 3 and 7 P. M. West, 
Midnight, 11 A. M., 4 and 9 P. M. To Rome, Watertown 
and Ogdensburgli, Midnight and 9 P. M. West Way, for 
Auburn Road, 9 P. M. Susquehanna Railroad, Midnight 
and 4 P. M. New Baltimore, 1 P. M. Guilderland, 3 P. 
M. Rensselaerville and Bern, Mondays, Wednesdays 
and Fridays at Midnight. California, daily at 9 P. M. 
Foreign Mails, daily at 3.20 P. M. 

A Mail for New York and South will close on Sundays 
at 9 A. M. All other Mails will close on Sunday at 7 P. M. 
Night Mails close on Holidays at 7 P. M. 

MAILS ARRIVE. 

North, 10.15 A. M. and 8 P. M. Troy, 7 A. M., 12 M., 5 
and 6.30 P. M. South, 7 A. M., 1 and 9.40 P. M. and Mid- 
night. East, 5.35 A. M., 1, 4.25 and 10.4,5 P. M. West, 1.50 
6 and 10 A. ]\I., 4.10 and 8.15 P. M. SuSquehanna Rail- 
road, 2.25 and 8 P. M. 

Mails arriving through, the day will be ready for 
delivery THIRTY minutes after their arrival in the 
office. 

Money sent Without D.4.nger of Loss.— Money 
Orders can be obtained at this Office upon any Money 
Order Post Office in the United States, a list of which 
can be seen in the Postmaster's Office. Orders issued 
from 9 A. M. to 7 P. M. daily, Sundays excepted. 

Rates of Commission Charged for Money Orders. 

— On orders not exceeding S20 10 cents. 

Over $20 and not exceeding S30 15 cents. 

do $30 do do S40 20 cents. 

do S40 do do S50 25 cents. 

No fractions of cents to be introduced in an Order. 

United States Treasury Notes or National Bank Notes 
only received or paid. 

Cartw^ri^lit «fc Warner's Kn^lisb Hosiery at 
John E. Pag^e's Kent's Furnisliinsr Store and 
CiistoBt Shirt Manuf., 462 and 464 B'way. 



48 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

P. J. PATTERSON, 

Manufaetarer and Wholesale Dealer ia ' ^H 

Oonf BGtionBry | 

IN ALL ITS VARIETIES. 

65 Green Street, 

Corner of Division, 



RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE. 



BOSTON & ALBANY R. R. 


Leave Albany. . 
2.00 A. M. Express, 
6.25 " Way, 
10.10 " Express, 
4.10 P. M. " 
4.50 " Pittsfield only. 
8.20 " 


Arrive at Albany^ 
5.30 A. M. 
9.35 " 
1.00 p. M. 
4.25 " 

ao.45 " 


HARLEM RAILROAD. 


Leave Albany. 
4.10; 


Arrive at Albany. 
1.00 ^ 
10.45 


HUDSON RIVER R. R. 


Leave Albany. 

1.55 A. M. Pacific Ex., 

6.20 " Chicago " 
10.15 " Cincinnati Ex. 
11.40 " Way Passenger. 

4.20 p. M. Buffalo Ex. 
10.30 " Night " 

4.00 " For Hudson. 


Arrive at Albany. 

12.15 A. M. 

6.45 " 
8.40 " 
1.00 P. M. 
2.05 " 
4.20 " 
9.40 " ; 


Sunday Trains 155 and 10.15 A. m., and 5.15 p. m. 


NEW YORK CENTRAL R. R. 


Leave Albany. 
12.25 A. M. • 

7.20 " 

8.45 " 
12.15 P. M. 

1.20 " 

5.00 •« 
11.00 " 


Arrive'at'Albany. 
1.50 a.m. " 
6.00 " 
lO.OO •• 
2.00 P. M. 
4.10 " 
8.15 " 


Sunday trains leave 12.25 P 


. M. 



Ijeare your Measure for a Set of Perfect Fitting 
Sbirts at Jobn E. Pagre's Cuatom Sliirt ana 
Collar Manuf actorr? ^69 and 464 B'Tiray. 

4 



48 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



P. J. PATTERSON, | 

Manofaetarer and Wholesale Dealer iu 

GonfectionGry , 

IN ALL ITS VARIETIES. 

55 Green Street, 



Corner of Division, 



AIiBANY", N. ir. 



RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE. 



I 



BOSTON & ALBANY R. R. 


Leave Albany. . 
2.00 A. M. Express, 
6.25 " Way, 
10.10 " Express, 
4.10 p. M. 

4.50 " Pittsfleld only. 
8.20 " 


Arrive at Albany^ 
5.30 A. M. 
9.35 " 
1.00 p. M. 
4.25 " 
C10.45 " 


HARLEM RAILROAD. 


Leave Albany. 
4.10; 


Arrive at Albany. 




10.'45 


HUDSON RIVER R. R. 


Leave Albany. 

1.55 A. M. Pacific Ex., 

6.20 " Chicago " 
10.15 " Cincinnati Ex. 
11.40 " Way Passenger. 

4.20 p. M. Buffalo Ex. 
10.30 " Night " 

4.00 " For Hudson. 


Arrive at Albany. 

12.15 A. M. 

6.45 " 

8.40 " 
1.00 P. M. 
2.05 " 
4.20 " 
9.40 " ; 


Sunday Trains 155 and 10.15 a.m., and 5.15 p. m. 


NEW YORK CENTRAL R. R. 


Leave Albany. 
12.25 A. M. • 

7.20 " 

8.45 " 
12.15 P. M. 

1.20 " 

5.00 " 
11.00 " 


Arrive>t; Albany. 

1.50 A. M. 
6.00 " 
10.00 '• 
2.00 P. M. 
4.10 " 
8.15 •• 


Sunday trains leave 12.25 p 


. M. 



Lieave your Measure for a Set of Perfect Fitting 
Sbirts at Jolin E. Pagre's Custom Shirt and 
Collar Manufactory, 46)1 and 464 B'Tvray. 

4 



60 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



MANUFACTURER OP 



Cast Steel Files and Rasps, 

From the best English Cast Steel, Improved Metallic Temper. 

FILES AND RASPS RE-CUT, 

And warranted to be as good as new. 

IVORTH A1L.BA.IVY, r^. Y. 

Established 1&59. TERMS CASH. 



patoK 'im KOR RE-cvTTtKGt niu AND lun. 





Flat 


Flat.: 


Flat 




Mill 


Size. 


Bastard. 


2d Cut. 


Smooth. 


Size. 


Files. 




doz. 


doz. 


doz. 




doz. 


6 


$ 1 16 


$ 1 45 


$ 1 81 


6 


$1 45 


7 


1 45 


1 81 


2 09 


7 


1 62 


8 


1 80 


2 18 


2 54 


8 


2 00 


9 


2 03 


2 54 


2 90 


9 


2 18 


10 


2 25 


2 90 


3 27 


10 


2 54 


11 


2 54 


3 27 


3 82 


11 


2 80 


12 


i 90 


3 82 


5 08 


12 


3 21 


13 


3 46 


4 72 


5 81 


13 


3 82 


14 


3:99 


5 40 


7 26 


14 


4 36 


15 


4 72 


6 17 


8 71 


15- 


5 45 


16 


5 81 


7 26 


10 16 


16 


6 54 


17 


7 26 


8 71 


11 62 






18 


8 71 


10 16 


13 07 






19 


10 16 


11 62 


14 62 






20 


11 62 


13 07 


17 07 







Wood and Brass Files, 25 cents per dozen, extra. 

Saw Files, to five inches, 87>i cents per dozen. Saw Files, 
seven inches, and above, same as Flat. Second Cut, Round. Hall" 
Round, and Hand Files, advance one inch on Flat Price. Knife, 
Cross and Equaling Files, advance two inches on Flat Price. 



RAILEOAD TIME TABLE. 



51 



RENSSELAER «fe SARATOGA R. R, 

Arrive at Albany ' 
9.00 A. M. 
10.00 " 
4.30 P. M. 
6.00 " 
8.10 " 





Leave Albany. 


7.10 a 


. M. 




8.25 


it 




2.00 P 


M. 




4.30 


»♦ 




6.00 








SUSQl 
Leave Albany. 


7.00 a 


M. 


, F. & P. 


8.00 


" 


Ex. 


1.30 p. 


M. 


Ex. 


5.00 




F. &P. 



Arrive at Albany. 
2.45 P. M. 
2.2-5 " 
8.45 " 
4.40 A. M. 
9.00 " 

The 9.30 p. M. train from Albany will not run Saturdays ; 
will leave Sunday nights. 



TROY & ALBANY R. R. 



Leave Albany. 


Leave Troy. 


7.15 A. M. 




6.30 a.m. 


8.44 " 




8.00 " 


9.00 " 




9.45 " 


10.30 " 




11.30 " 


12.15 P. M. 




1.00 P. M. 


1.50 " 




3.00 " 


3.45 " 




3.30 " 


5.15 " 




4.30 " 


6.45 " 




5.00 " : 


10.30 " 




8.00 " ■• 


Leave East 


Albany. 


For Greenbush 


6.35 A. M. 




6.05 A. M. 


12.50 p. M. 




10.00 " 


4.10 " 




4.05 P. M. 


■ 9.30 " 




10.00 " 



12.05 



Canes and Umbrellas at Jobn E. Pagfe's Gent's 
Furnishiniir Store and Custom Sliirt and Collar 
Manufactory, 462 and 4G4 Broadway. 



52 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



73 State St. Albany, N. Y. 

lOOiSELLIi, 

BM Book Mamifactirer, 

AND JOB PRINTER. 

flas constantly on hand th« works of all onr Standard 

Writers, the Miscellaneous Poblieations of the Day, 

and a fine assortment of 

FRAYEII BOOKS, BIBLES i ALBUMS, 

SCHOOL BOOKS, 



At Wholesale and Ketail. 



'1 — "•• 

Printed with Neatness and Despatch, in Colors or Plain. 

BLANK BOOKS, 

For Banks, Counting Houses, Insurance 
Companies, etc., made to Order. 

A full Stock of the Regular Sizes of Blank 

"Work, and a Complete Assortment of 

Law Blanks always on hand. 

Magazines, Periodicals^ and Pamphlets Bonnd 
in all styles. 



NEWSPAPERS. 



i 



ALBANY ARGUS, Broadway. Daily, semi-weekly and 
weekly. 

ALBANY EVENING JOURNAL, 61 State. Daily, semi- 
weekly and weekly. 

ALBANY DAILY KNICKERBOCKER, 1^ Green.] 

ALBANY EVENING POST, 7 Hudson. 

ALBANY EVENING TIMES, 17 Exchange Building. 

ALBANY MORNING EXPRESS. 52 State. 

CULTIVATOR AND COUNTRY, GENTLEMAN, 395 
Broadway. "Weekly. 

FREIE BLAETTER, 44 Beaver. Daily. " 

B .A.]Sr KS. 

Albany City National, State:street. 

Albany National Exchange, 450 Broadway. 

First National, 71 state. Discount days, Mondays and 

Thursdays. 
Hope Bank of Albany, State corner James. 
Mechanics' and Farmers' National, Broadway cor. 

Exchange.*^ 
Merchants' National of Albany, 458 Broadway.'^ 
National Commercial, 38 State street. I .Discount days, 

Wednesdays and Saturdays. 
New York State National, 69 State. Discount day, 

Monday/ 
Union National of Albany, 446 Broadway. 

SAVINGS BANKS. 

Albany City, 47,State. 

Albany Exchange, 450 Broadway. 

Albany, 38 State. 

Mechanics' and Farmers', Broadway cor. Exchange. 

National, State street. 

Frencb 'S'oke, Perfect Fittins* Sbirts, made to 
measure at Jolin £. Pag^e's Gent's Furnisbiiig 
Store, "462 and 464 Broad\ray. 



64 



ADVBRTISEMENT8. 



I. ©. lOHES 





REMOVED TO NEW STORE 

eis BDRO A.r>"V7"-A."'5r^ 

Has al'ways on hand 

ENGLISH, 
IRISH, 

SCOTCH, 
FRENCH 

and GERMAN 

CLOTHS AND CAHRiS. 



All Orders Promptly Attended to, and a Perfect 
Pitting Suit Warranted. 



la MQi 



F. and. JL. IM., 

regulah communications 

At Masonic Hall, 

41 N. Pearl Street, Albany. N, Y. 

MOUNT VERNON LODGE, 3, 1st and 3d Mondays. 
MASTERS' LODGE, 5, 2d and 4th Mondays. 
TEMPLE LODGE, 14, 1st and 3d Tuesdays. 
WASHINGTON LODGE, 85, 2d and^th Thursdays. 
WADS\yORTH LODGE, 417, 2d and 4th Wednesdays. 
ANCIENT CITY LODGE, 1st and 3d:Wednesdays. 
TEMPLE CHAPTER, 5, 2d and 4th Tuesdays. 
DE WITT CLINTON COUNCIL, R. & S. M.. 22, 4th Friday. 
TEMPLE COMMANDERY, 2, 1st and 3d Fridays. 



LODGES 



I. O. of O. F. 

DisTKicT Grand CoiriiiTTEE of Albany, meet on the 
last Wednesday in J anuary and on the third Wednes- 
day in March (annual meeting), at Odd Fellows' 
Hall, Green street, corner of Beaver. 

Cardigran Jackets and L.ap Rug:s, at JTobn E. 
Pag'e's Gent's Furnishing' Store and Custom 
Shirt Manufactory, 4G2 and 464 Broadw^ay* 



56 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



MICHAEL GRUMMET, 





75 Beaver St., cor. lodge, 

AND 

60 K, Pearl St,, cor, ColnmMa- 
HOT ROLLS 



A Superior Quality of Pastries, 

Pure Graham Domestic and Cottage 



Also, Le Fain Francais or 
French Bread, 

FRESH EVERY DAY 



LODQES. 57 



ENCAMPMENT. 
New York Encampment 1, meet on the first and third 
Fridays of every month at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

DEGREE LODGES. 
AiiBANY CiTT, 11, Tuesday evenings Cooper's Building. 
ExCEiiSiOR, 15, second and fourth Friday evenings. Odd 
Fellows' Hall. 

SUBORDINATE LODGES. 

Hope, 1, Monday evenings. 

Clinton, 7, Wednesday evenings, Odd Fellows' Hall. 

German Colonial, 16, Monday evenings, Commercial 
Building. 

Fireman's, 19, Thursday evenings. Odd Fellows' Hall. 

American, 32, Tuesday evenings, Cooper's Building. 

Mount Hermon, 38, Monday evenings, Cooper's Bldg. 

Phcenix, 41, Tuesday evenings. Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Mount Carmel, 76, Mondaj^ evenings, Commercial Bldg. 

Samaritan, 93, Monday evenings. Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Scho-Negh-Ta-Da, 87, Thursday evenings, Commercial 
Building. 

Odd Fellows' Funeral Aid Association of the 
County of Albany, meet the second and fourth Fri- 
days of each month at Odd Fellows' Hall. 



U. A. O. of D. 

City Philanthropic Grove, 5, Friday evenings, Com- 
mercial Building. 

Schiller Grove, 4, Thursday evenings. Commercial 
Building. 

Union Supreme Arch Chapter, 4, first and third Sun- 
days of each month. Commercial Building. 



Grand Army of the Bepiiblic. 

Lew Benedict Post, 5, Friday evenings, Cooper's Bldg. 
Post, 44, meet first and third Fridays of each month at 
110 State street. 

Nigrbt Sbirts and Nigrbt Caps at JoUn E. Pace's 
Oent's Furnishins: Store and Custom Sliirt 
Manufactory, 462 and 464 BroadTray. 



58 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Van Heusen, Charles & Co., 

Importers and Wholesale Dealers in 

^Hlii. GLISS, 




And Earthen Ware^ 

KEROSEIIE GOODS, GAS FIXTURES, 

468 and 470 Broadway, 



TEMPERANCE ORGANIZATIONS. 



Temples of Honor. 

Albany Social Temple, 22, Thursday evenings, 586 Broad- 
way. 
Excelsior. Temple of Honor, 23, 110 State Street. 
Iturea Council, 3, " " 

Star of Peace Social Temple, 4, " " 

Tivoli Temple, 22, Tuesday evenings, 586 Broadway. 



I. O. of G. S. and D. of S. 

Excelsior Union Lodge, 7. Friday evenings. Armory 
Building, Washington Parade Ground. 

Graham Union Lodge, 16, "Wednesday evenings, 74 State. 
Wesley Union Lodge, 4, Tuesday evening, Lark corner 
Madison ave. 



il. O. of G. T. 

Albany City Lodge, Wednesday evenings, 110 State st. 
Arbor Hill Union Lodge, Wednesday evenings, lecture 

room of the Arbor Hill M. B. Church. 
Harrison Lodge, Tuesday evenings, 44 State st. 



S. of T. 

Albany Division, 24, Monday evenings at 586 Broadway, 
Band of Hope Mission, Sunday Mornings at 9 o'clock 
Philip cor. Hudson, D. L. Weaver, Supt. 

Piccadilly and Bishop Collars at John E. 
Pag^e's Gent's Furnishing Store and Custom; 
Shirt ITIanufactor» 462 and 4G4 Broadway. 



60 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



J. 0. HAIGHT &, SON, 

4 



Manufacturer of 



Haight's Patent Packing Springs, 

AND SMITH WORK IN GENERAL, 

II & 13 CHURCH STREET- 



Particnlar attention giyen to all kinds of 

E3 1> jf\. I n. I rsr C3- j 

And done at the shortest notice, and in the most 
workmanlike manner. 



CENSUS OF 1865. 



Population of the State of New York, giving the total 
Population of each County, and the Population of 
the largest City or Village in each County, taken 
from the United States Census of 1865. 



Albany 115,504 

Albany city 62,613 

Allegany 40,285 

Wellsville 3,070 

Broome 37,933 

Binghamton 10,092 

Cattaraugus 42,205 

Clean 2,701 

Cayuga 55,720 

Auburn city 12,567 

Chautauqua 58.528 

Dunkirk 7,452 

Chemung 31,923 

Elmira city 13,130 

Chenango 38,360 

Norwich , 4,331 

Clinton 45,713 

Plattsburgh 7,195 

Columbia 44,905 

Hudson city 7,831 

Cortland 24,815 

Cortlandville 5,008 

Delaware 41,638 

Tompkins 4,064 

Dutchess 6.5,192 

Poughkeepsie city 16,073 



Erie 157,150 

Buffalo city 94,502 

Essex 28,644 

Moriah 4,640 

Franklin 28,575 

Malone 6,330 

Fulton 24,512 

Johnstown 9.805 

Genesee 31,728 

Batavia 6,004 

Greene 31,710 

Catskill 6,679 

Hamilton 2,653 

Wells 692 

Herkimer 39,154 

Little FaUs 5,588 

Jefferson 66,448 

Watertown 8,194 

Kings 310,824 

Brooklyn city 296,112 

Lewis 27,840 

LowA'ille 2,574 

Livingston 37,555 

Mount Morris 3,770 

Madison 42,607 

Lennox 8,45 



None but tbc best Workmen Employed at Jobn 
E. Pagre's Gent's Furnisbing- Store and Custom 
SUirt inanufactory, 462 and 464 Broadway. 



62 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



GEORGE 6. WITHERS, 
Ellifll FLIfll, 

CALVANIZER, 

And Manufacturer of 

PINE SILVER DOOR PLATES, 

Carriage Plates, 
Letters, 

Figures, 

Crests, &c., 

Also, Coacli aafl Saiery Triiiffliiiis, &c. 

Wo. 52 Hudson Street, 

ALBAMY, H. Y. 
All kinds of Jobbing: Punctually Attended to. 



63 



Monroe.., 104,235 

Rochester city 50,940 

Montgomery 31,447 

Amsterdam 5,135 

New York city 726,: 

Niagara 49,655 

Lockport 13,937 

Oneida 102,713 

Uticacity 23,( 

Onondaga 93,332 

Syracuse city 31,7^ 

Ontario 43,316 

Seneca 8,553 

Orange 70,165 

Newburgh 17,389 

Orleans 28,603 

Barre 6,845 

Oswego 76,200 

Oswego city 19,288 

Otsego 48,616 

Otego 4,292 

Putnam 14,845 

Phillipstown 5,436 

Queens 57,997 

Newtown 13,891 

Rensselaer 88,210 

Troy city 39,293 

Richmond 28,209 

Castleton 7,683 

Rockland 20,788 

Orangetown 6,136 

St. Lawrence 80,994 

Oswegatchie 11,091 

Saratoga 49,892 

Saratoga Springs.. 7,307 



Schenectady 20,888 

Schenectady city.. 10,685 

Schoharie 33,353 

Middleburgh 3,267 

Schuyler 18,441 

Hector 5,048 

Seneca 27,653 

Seneca Falls 6,490 

Steuben 66,192 

Corning 6,724 

Suffolk 42,869 

Brookhaven 10,159 

Sullivan 32,741 

Mamakating 4,222 

Tioga 28,163 

Owego 8,865 

Tompkins 30,696 

Ithaca 7,264 

Ulster 75,609 

Kingston 17,296 

Warren 21,128 

Queensbury 7,623 

Washington 46,244 

Whitehall 4,422 

Wayne 47,498 

Galen 5,314 

Westchester 101,197 

Yonkers 12,756 

Wyoming 30,033 

Warsaw 2,824 

Yates 19,338 

Milo 4,194 



Total Stat-e 3,831,777 



Imported and Domestic Hosiery, from Auction— 
at less tlian cost— at John E. Pajje's Gent's 
Furnisliing^ Store, 462 and 464 Broadway. 



64 ADVKRTISEMENT3. 




SUPERIOR INSTANTANEOUS 

BLACK OR BROWN, 
Positively the Best in Use. 

THY IT AND BE CONVINCED. 

It Saves Time and Labor. For example, the liquid 
No. 1 is applied to the Hair or Whiskers without previ- 
ously washing the same. 

No. 2 is applied without going through the process 
of drying No. 1. 

The Hair or Whiskers require no drying after No. 2 
is applied,_but are immediately ready to be washed out, 
thereby avoiding the time and labor as in other dyes. 

DIT" "Wholesale dealers supplied at the lowest cash 
market prices. 

SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. 
PRICE 50 CUNTS. 

The attention of Barbers is especially called to tliis Dye. 

It is put up in bulk expressly for their use. 
Orders Solicited a&d Promptly Attended to. 

PRINCIPAL DEPOT, 23 HUDSON ST., 
ALBAISTY, ]Sr. Y. 



GAVIT Sl CO., 

EstalDlislied. 1840. 

PRIifflUITlimEESanflSTllTliS 

* No. 57 State Street, Albany. 



CHECKS, NOTES, DRAFTS, BILL AND NOTE 

HEADS IN THE VERY BEST 

MANNER. 

pBp^, §00^ iIIiii^toti0E^, &r., 

Holts 11)01 Stamps & PaM Marlii Wheel, 

SEAL PRESSES, STENCILS, 

STENCIL INKS 

And Ribbons for all Size Stamps. 

WEDDING, VISITING and AT HOME CABDS 

COLLEGE NOTES at Shortest Notioew 



DESIGNED, ENGRAVED AND PRINTED. 
French, American and English Stationary of all qualities: 

J8®*0rder8 by Mail receive prompt attention. 







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Q. A. VAN ALLEN, Vice-President, 

R. M. HAMILTON, Secretary.