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THE NEW YORK HERALD.
WHOLE NO. 14,107. NEW YORK WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1875.-QPADRUPLE SHEET. PRICE FOUR CENTS.
DIRECTORY FOR IDTERTKERft.
aml'semevtp?thirteenth HiGK-Fourth, fifth and
sixth columns.
astrology?tuiktkknth Page?Fifth column.
B ' kl | A kd8?k! twt Page?Sixth column.
BoaRiiek^ Wanted?sixteenth Page?Third column.
board and lodging wanted?sixteenth i*agi>
un Mill fourth columns.
BROOKLYN real E TAT.. FOR hale? Fourteenth
#nd !.econd columns.
BUSINESS OPPortunities-Eleventh Pack.
pk-lulkhs notices?ninth Page? -Oxth column
city real estate FOR SAL'-?Fouktei nth Pace?
Virst column, and sixteenth Page?First column.
CLBKKS aND salesmen?Third Page?Fourth col
umn.
CLOTH I >0?thirteenth Paok?Sixth column.
Coachmen and gardeners?third page? Fourth,
filth and ?lxth columns, and Sixteenth Page?
Sixth column.
co*.L AND WOOD?ftbst Paor?Sixth column.
COAST WISE STEAMSHIP-?Fifteenth pace-Sixth
column.
copaktnkrships?eleventh Page.
Bouniry BOARD?sixteenth i'agk?Fourth column.
ANTING academies?thirteenth Page?Third col
umn.
pbktistky? Fibst Page?Sixth column.
i)KY o ODS?fikst Page?Fourth column.
DWELLING iiouki'.s TO LET, FURNISHED AND
unfurnished*- iktkkncm Page? -ecind and
third columns, and .sixteenth Page?-First col
bin it.
EUROPEAN steamships?fiitkentb PaoE-Fifth
column.
KXCU SIONS?Fifteenth Pagi?Sixth column.
financial?eleventh Page.
F ok SALE?first Paue?i iftli column.
fcunished ROOM AND apartments TO LET?
Fifteenth i'agk?Third and fourth columns, and
Sixteenth Page? First and second columns.
FURNITURE?sixteenth Page? i ourih column.
FRENCH advertisements?sixteenth PAGB-Slxth
column.
IIELP Wan i ED?FEM A LES?thihd PinE-Third col
umn. and Sixteenth Page?ixlh column.
BELP WANTED?MALES? Third Pagb?Sixth column,
and Sixteenth Page?? ixth column.
HOR.SK , carriages, AC.?rih?t Page?Third and
lourth columns.
HOTELS?sixteenth Paor?Fottfh column.
UuUsES, uOOMS. AO., WANT :D?fourteenth Paoe?
Fourth column, nud Sixteenth 1'aub?sucoml col
umn.
INSTRUCTION?fibst Paoe?Sixth column.
JER.-EY' CltY, lloBOK-.N, HUDSON CITY AND
beru N REAL ESTATE FOR SALE?fous
teenth Paok?mttcond column.
xjECTuRE season?thirtekntu Page?Filth column.
lost AND FOUND?fibst Pagi.? -ccond column.
MACHINERY?first Paok?Filth and Sixth columns.
MARBLE mantels-fibst Page?sixth column.
SEOIC > L?thirteenth Page?Fiftn column.
ILLINKRY AND dbessmaking?Film Page?Fourth
column.
XISCEL A nEOUS advertisements?twelfth Paob
?.-Ixth column.
mi8cbllan ou ? First Page?Sixth column.
m USIC'AL?tiiibtbkntu Page?Third co'umn.
NEW publications?ninth Paoe?--ixth column.
tATTBi NS?first l'AGK-Fnurth column.
person A L?first Page?First and second columns.
PIANO FO KTES, oltuans, ac.?thirteenth Pacb?
Fourth column. _
POST OFFICE NOTICE?first Page?Sixth column.
PROI OSAIjS? First Page?Sixth column.
PROFESSIONAL .sITUAT ons wan i'eD?FEMALES?
tiiiun Page?>ccond column.
PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO
RENT?Focrteentii Page?Second, third and lourth
columns, and .sixteenth Page?"Irst column.
REAL ESTATE TO exchange?Focmtkbntii Paok?
Pourtn column, and Sixteenth Paok?First col
umn. __ _
beal ESTATE WANTED?fourteenth Paob?Fourth
column.
REWARDS?first Paoe?-"ccond column.
BALES A i' AUCTION?fourteenth Page?Firth and
sixth columns, and sixteenth Page?sixth column.
b1tuaiions WANTED? FEMALES?second Page?
Third Page?Flr?t and second columns, and'six
teenth Page?ml hand sixth columns
(htuaiions WANTED?males?third 1'age?Fourth
column, and ixtkenth Page?Sixth column.
Special notices?first Page?Second column.
sporti nil?DOGS, BIRD AC.?first Page?llilrd
column.
STORAOE?first Page?Sixth column.
BUMMi'.tt RESOltTS? ixtkenth Paok?Fourth colnmn.
THE l R\D s?third Page?Sixth column.
THE TURF?first Page?Third column.
to LET FOR BUSINESS pui POSPS? Fifteen?
Page?First and secon i columns, and Sixteenth
Page?First column.
TRAVELLER.-)' GUIDE?fifteenth Paob?Sixth col
umn.
cnpurmbltkd ROOMS AND apartments TO LET?
fifteenth Pacb- Fourth and filth columns, and
sixteenth Page? econd column.
WATCHE . JEWELRY, AC.?sixteenth Paob?sixth
column.
wbmctlester COUNTY PROPERTY for -ale OR
to LPT? Fourteenth Page?Second column.
VACHTS, steamboats, ac?First Paoe?First col
nmn.
bkivft'ETT BUILD??,
tjeknett BUILDING.
A few MORE OFFICES TO LET.
D1 KECTORT.
Fooms. BASKMKNT.
tLawrence A To.. Hankers
j. N. Say re. Qentlemen'a Furnishing.
8?11. I). Iniinoiit, otatloner.
0. W. Smith, Law books.
4?Thomas M. Lvneh, Wiuet.
En w.n L m>B, Clnn
P? A. K. I>? venoort, ilatt. r.
6-Iiaum A hrie.linan. r?iU)i*o[i7
Unlet Very eligible lor Hanking and Insurance.
i> KCON l> S roii i.
1?Mf.Malum A Morse, Lawyers.
2?W H. O'Dwyer, Lawver.
A. Hnckimilmni, LiTwrer.
1 C. Pinckney, Publisher.
I>
? | To let
f?North we?tern Lift* Insurance Co n uXy,
L. Benedict Agent.
I} -To let
?*1 Chamber ol Lile Insurance.
*, ( < liar I ton T. lew In .-ecreturr
12_Mc< arthy A Chalmers, Lawyer*
lg_Cook A .N,tf?au, Lawyers.
II. h. KeriiU-on. I ?? ver.
J. M. Cavnnaiwti. asryer.
]4_ V W. Weld, I 'wvrr.
lnlcrnnti. rial Collection Awociatioa.
a (I. Dernckwon. i.awver.
THIRD STORT
] > Judge utherlanc
I ( F. M. Kcott. Law vrr.
til trite ii * i ard'well, Lawyer*
J. H. Hanson, Law} er.
4?To let
b? Sheridan, Bonyngw, Cochran and McEwcn, steno
grapher*
Llinlin U.oom<T, Real Estut*.
U. II. i ook. heal Estate'.
j_ hrlKK- A Fellows, Lawyer*.
.1 H. Aitken Lawyer.
fc?W. C. IrapbageB, t awyet
C. Mattliews.La?yee
W. H. Rvan, Lawyer.
E. T. hardener. I.awver.
Jj. o. Wilson, Lawyer.
W. Imraek. Lawver
^-Cincinnati < ?inmercial, Chicago Tribune. F. T. *c
10?Wiik'itiM'it A l i ters, Trustee* of Estate ol Wait?,
I' ( llarrioon A Mrong. Lawyers.
jf(A K. W ooornfl, I -awyer.
j4_w. R. Fervl.olx,' tvii Engineer.
1'eihani uml l'ortche<-tcr Railroad Company.
I I'IRih HTOR*.
l?Thornton A kaim lawyers.
Si Bdear Kbtcniiiii, ptftster in Bankruptcy.
S< hugar Krttllin. .Fr., i.awver.
4) Henr* Wehle. ijnvyer.
| j H. Mn It an. Lawyer.
C. Goluner, Lawyer.
M F. Eller. Lawyer.
C. A. I.nne. UwnT.
II. Fuehrer. Lawyer.
t? E. II. MllrH.
1. It. < rail.
to enet A Co.
7?llaskilis A trio*. Lawyer*
I'urrov A H'iU> i. Lawyers.
t;. II. Hsilenu. i.awyer.
?- Crarv, Weller A ehenck, Lawyer*
T. o'Hrien, l awyer.
>?C. II. William* i-uwyer.
1??Chsnncc* chaffer, lawyer.
tt?C. H. tllover lawyer.
Fred W. Kenny, Attorney and Coonselloe
Lock Wood A Crosby, Lawyers.
i? i l-ulilcr, l awyer.
FIFTU 8TORV
I?I.. Ski'trrore. Lawyer.
John u. Cii'te.
V?'? tii.\ vrsi?nt Bank Reeelrer.
I. Vt akenun 4 lulling. lawyer*
4,1. B. \\*ktman. Lawyer.
fi) J. M. Hoi1. Lawyer.
ia.lmrrnmio.lai I'ubllshing Company.
Jules Berr.
JU-Fitch A Fitch. Lawyers.
O. duller, Lawyer.
t? II:i-< nil A Stetson, l ?" yer*
1-. <1. .-1< dmnn, lawyer.
!J-yoci ty lor ncrnrmaiioa ol Juvenile I'elinn^cn'*.
ill- K II. Wti'Cle, I nwior.
W. H. Kin . Law *er.
J. A. I \ il<' ki r. Real I ?u?te.
t K. i voerkcr. Lawyer
Jl?J. i'. A i A. in "il. Law vers.
12?m me Everett A < ?>., Lawyers,
??| Vilib, Haiijvri nmi i ckerson, L.tw>*?r\
MXTH xTURV.
L-Jolm Townslirnd, l.a?yct
A. Kicholfin.
5- Hcnoerson benedict. Lawyer.
R. L<i--an. fcotrh Otnnile, Ao.
%~n. \\. enrpenti r. Lawyer
4 I Otis I. Hull, Law \er.
? i il. I'. WeliMi i', lawyer.
JefterMMl Clark, Lawyer.
? j .lohr, L. KiiikIi'.
"j .Innitor.
fj Hoour?A Meeker, Lawyers.
IjHcirf ?. Kim"), Lawyer
tl
f jfle. r.- ?. M?ae*. Uwm'i
t in it h A Hcsn,? It} "nrvevor*
in . i.. W'. Van Mi len. Lawyer.
II; T. II. Baldwin, Lawyi r.
12'< liar!r? II. Knrrow, Lawyer.
IS i llenry A tilldeMtoe^, i.uwyar
14mi R. Ciirrington, Lawyer
i. W. I'inpkin*. Lawyer.
1. H, Milner. lawy?*
fw o pa?M urn r a evaiors running all the tlm*
tui
PRRSOIAI..
I AIN 0.-1F IN TH8 t'ITT PLEA8E CALL.
V '*? I..?CALL AT K R'fl, NEAR TWELFTH
street, tor a letter of ?:reat importsnce to you .
INFORMATION WANTED?OF MIt IIAM. McNALLT.
1 who leit ins home iiioui two o'clock on Monday
morning: took the Mghtn avenim car down town;
nothing Has been beard ol film since: had on a light
?Yereoat. red ?'uri ilark >trlpe<l pantaloons, felt hat.
an<i coinrorier around ills neck. Anv person knowing
anytime ol hl'ti will t'lejue kivo notice at his raMdt nee,
Si>i lluilson street. New V'erk. Will be suiutily re
warded.
INFORMATION WANIRD-OF MISS CATHARINE
I I oukIiIIu. ol Ardoyne, by her sister, at 14 Greenwich
Street. New >ork.
ip.-l W AS AT CORNKR OF PRARi, AND FIIL.
J, ton streets at n nusrtcr to 6 e'clock; write agala.
It a day bei^re. K,
N
PBBBORAb.
B.?WILL MUKT YOU nlRTlIDAY. SATURDAY
nukt. Address EMMA, Herald office.
TWO LADIES, TWSNTY-THIBD STREET STAGE
from l!?oi?r streuti loft stage ut Tenth street after
wards; no tic i'il gentleman tn Milliard's place: grant In
terview. Addre.su OXFORD, Heraal Uptown Branch
office.
WILL Hits. HaTTIH BISHOP SEND T1EK AD
dress to box 15s Herald office for her old friend,
Mrs. M. ii. PttEsCOTT, ol St. Louis?
rOVLD LIKE TO HEAR FROM M. E. HH? FORM
erly residing on second avenue. WILLIE.
YOUR' BEChlVBD-AL'iO A THREATENING ONE
front tome one else. Your letters were intercepted.
Do not trust your Irlond*. Be very caretul. He knows
much, I cannot write. WILSON.
^OHT^AIVD FOUND.
Lost?on Tuesday morning, between 9 and
111 o'ciock, cither in Dr. Tyng's chapel or going
from tliere through Forty-third street 10 Madison avenue,
a gold hunting English three-fourth plate Watch. The
Under will he liberally rewarded by leaving the same at
the jewelry store. No. 29t>^ Sixth avenue.
T OSl-AT THE FANCY BALL, MARCH 29, A WHITE
I i tatm shell, containing artificial water lili"a The
finder is requested to return it to the office of DhLMON
ICO, Fourteenth street, corner of Filth av.
LOST?ON WATER STREET. BROADWAY, fRANK
fort or Fulton street, an Envelope, containing $?00;
Just received bv Adams Express by a poor wonKin. Tho
finder will do the greatest act of charity and receive a
liberal reward by returning aauio to PETER llEALhY,
3iy Water street, near Roosevelt.
IOBT?ON SUNDAY EVENING, AT THE CORNER
J of Eighth avenue and ixu-enth street, a scotch
ierrie . A libera re wan! will bo given if it is returned
at 261 Wesi Fourteenth street.
rewaedk.
d?OA REWAKD.?LOST, ON SATURDAY, A PARCEL
containing sample cuttings of embroideries.
Trie above rew.ird will be paid to any one bringing the
same to .1. STKLL1IEIMER, Jit., k CO., 'H Greene street,
$Ofk REWARD.?LOST, MONDAY MORNING, IN
OU Kning from Wall and Beaver streets, cros-ing
(south ferrv, to Jamaica, L. I., |JOJ, wrapped in n piece
ol newspaper, iho tinder may keep the reward and
leave the res*, with the cashier of the Chemical Bank,
New York.
SPECIAL. NOTICES.
HBRALD BRANCH OFFICES. w
ADVERTlftEMENTS KhCEIVED AT ALL HOURS
UP 10 NINE P M., AND NEWS1H" ALERS BUPPLIhD
WITH HhRALUS AT FIVE O'CLOCK hVKRY MORN
1NG, AT 1 'M BROADWAY AND 830 SIXTH AVENUE,
fcETUBEN 1H1K. Y-1'IKST AND THIRTY- BOUND
S'lRlRTH: Ol- F1CE OPhN ALL NIGH1'. HARLEM
OFFICE i,?l THIRD AVENUE, CORNER OK 134TH
STREET; ADVERTISEMENTS RECEIVED TO 7?30 P.
M., AND NkWSDEALI'.Rt SUPPLIED AT FIVE
O'CLOCK EVhUY MORNING.
A?1I1B AMt-.RICAN REGISTER,
? tne inoftt widely circulated of
the American Journals published
in Europe.
A capital medium for American
advertisers addressing themselves to
t uropeun patronage.
Indispensable to all persons visiting Great Britain and
the European Continent.
Subscriptions and advertisements lor the AMERICAN
REGISTER will be received and single copies of the
paper maybe obtained at the office ol tbo New York
Ilcrald, New Yuri.
* -soda water, mineral waters, ginger
j\ . Ales, sparkiinx Wines; manulactureof complete out
fits ot Apparatus and Materla's, with full instructions;
ail departments of manuiaoture, bottling and dispensing;
exclusive nights III desirable territory; catalogues free.
JOHN MAI nil W . first avenue, 1 wenty-sixth and
Twenty-seventh streets New York.
A-tlO TO $2U0 INVE>TM NTS IN STOCK I'RIVI
* leges are yielding excellent profits every 30 days.
?ln.ll on J. . It K:.INO A Co., Bankers and Brokers,
72 Broadway, New York, or write tor pamphlet.
A?SPEOIAM NOTICE?KENTUCKY SINGLE NUM
. ber lottery on Havana p'.au ; Minuions. Dickinson
k Co.'i oraws April 24. For circulars, address their
authorized agent, J. CLUTE, 133 Fuit.ni street, Knox
building.
?KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY.
Havana plan. Saturday. April 24,187A
Whole tickets, $10; halves, U>; quarters, $2 fO.
Send all orders to the office of tho Eastern Department
addressed to WnIGHT A CO., room 20, 71 and SU Broad
way, New York.
A -ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY.
? Extraordinary drawing. April 22, 1878.
onlv iti.ouo tickets and 2.IM7 prices, amounting to
SI JUU.O'lU. one prize to every eight tickets.
The prizes lu this drawing will be as follows:?
1 Prise of *iuo no)
1 Pnzc of 100,u:*j
1 Pr.ze of ?0.o m
2 Prizes of Oeaeh fiO.OOO
4 Prizes of $10.1*10 and 10 of $i.ut? 90,'i 0
2.1J7M other prizes, amounting to 410,10 > i
Prizes cashed, ilrc.uiars. with full particular* f->nt free, i
P. C. DEVLIN, . Utioner and General Aeeut,
SO Liberty street. New York.
A? O n< IAi IHtAWINU OF THE KENTUCKY
. fate and lie Hi v College ? otU ries.
IIJIMkV STATU MIKA l liM Ol?il'UIL 6, 1-7A
S3, I, W, ST, 23 2f, 78. 17, IS, 64. 4.\ .0, 39.
1BSLBT. KITH A I'UM 317? APRIL S, 1875.
66, S3, 41>. 1-0. 5.', 24, .'SI, 12, 62, 11, Ttl, 47, 17.
susitcxv. nad fln2?irnti. 8, 187ft.
48, 34, 67. 62, !X 99. (* 13, 17. 70, 14. 43, 30.
sntxar, cujs Itt?Armt, 6, 187S.
7S. 40 SI, 34. 21, ?, *4, 13, 65. <W, 29, 81. 67.
J. S. SMITH A CO. Managers, Covington, Ky,; Post
office I ox ..;?i. New York.
A -PARKS, KMERSON A CO., AGENTS FOR KEN
11 ? tncky ? ingle Number lottery, drawn April 2., 1*76.
Royal Havma Lottery of t'uba. drawn every 17 day*.
Prizes ca<hed, information furnished and circulars eeut
bv ad>re-?ilnif I'iKKS * CO., 130 Broadway, room 4;
Pom office bvX 5.272.
A?EX I RAO DIN ATT DRAWING OP THK IIA
? van i Lottery. April 22; Herman Government lot
teries. i lrculars and inloruiation tree. Prizes cashed
tiy WACHrtMANN A CO., Bankers, 75 and 77 Naa<au
street. Pout office box, 3,314
TLLIARDS.?POOLS OPEN ON BROOKLYN TOUR
nauicui ai If At' RICE DALY'b, No. 5 I nlon square.
B
Book* and account- invbshqatrd, bal
anced and cioscd bv an efficient accountant Term*
fixed by job or day. Address U., box 1U7 Herald office.
I |IS ASKS OP MR* AND IMPORTANT MEDICAL
U and ?-urt'ical I'ases a specialty. HENRY A. DAN
IELS, M. Lt., 144 Lex inn ion avenue, near 1 weuty-nintli st
JJAU I1ERVE1LLKUSE W1I.L POsITiVBLY R MOVR
J wrinkle*, ire klcs and ail blemishes of the skin.
Ladies are invited to try it before iiurclmging.
LbOK Dl M AS'
Ladies' Hairdreming Saloon,
No. 8 West T wenty-flftb street
I EXTRAORDINARY HAVANA I Ol TK RY.-3IW W HOLE
A ticket* for sale, whol< sale and retail, full tnforuia
ti n given bv K. SONNENBERG. New Haven. Conn.
Wholesale department, 254 Pearl street. up stairs. >ew
York. E. SONNENriEttQ
IfAVORS FOR THK GERMAN SURPRISES AND COS
1 tome Mottoes ; Also pore and dclicious Candies, at
R. P. OIBSoN'8, corner of Twenty second street and
1* road way.
u
AVANA LOTTKRY.
Extraordinary drawing, April 13, 1875L
C+m ii?.
Only 16.UK) tickets and tii97 prizes, amounting to
$1.**V On. ope prize to every eight tlcke s.
Tbe prizes in ims drawing will be as follows:?
1 l'rizeot $5f*>. 000
1 Piizcof Hki.tmO
1 Priz ol SdctK)
2 Prizes of $2 i?l each 50.tTO
? Prizes of >10,000 an.l 10 of $.%(*)?
207s other prizes, amounting to 410. MM
J. B MARilNKZ A Co. bankers, 10 Wall street, rear
basement. Box 4,645 New York Post office.
IT ?or Kit 1 A,. DRAWING OK TH8 KENTUCKY
V. Mate Lotteries. Simmons, Dickinson A Co., Man
ager*
IIMtCIT. EXTRA flAM *0. 201?ArRIL ft. Wi
19, 12, 65. 3?. fO, 2S, 36, 13. 61, 23, 44 38. <0.
kasrroT. class no. 262. a pro. ft, IS7&.
75, 19 SS, 64. 71, 34. 48. I. 52. 78, 6. S9, M, 67.
II >.N R Y, KITRA C lafes KO. 347?APRIL 6. 1875
69, 33, M, 71. 6-1 18, 66, 13, 4.\ 42. 20, 8, 10.
lltKRV. CLASS *0. 34?, APRIL 6?187\
27. 71, 30. 6, 26, -U, 46, 60, 2* 14, 40. 44, 2, ?9.
Full intorniMlion b.v applyliw to J. i:lUTI5, 2>*t Broad
way. rooui 6. first floor, i c ar office, or P. o box 4 SAW
Kmm ? KENTUCKY STATE SINGLE NUMBER LOTTERY
. on Havana plan, drawn April 24 also Royal Ha
vana of Cuba drawn April 22. Extruo Miliary draw m?.
< a,dial nrlze $.<,W,00A Circulars ol information by ai
dressing J. ClXTh, 200 Broadway, or Post office box
4.9 9.
PMBHOTO-I.ITHOORAPI1 Y AND LITHOGRAPHIC
Prmtinc of every description, done at low rates
bv the MfcTROPOLIIAN PRIMING COMPANY, 218
Broadway, New York.
KMoYAi. HAYANA LOTTERY.
Extraordinary drawing April 22. $l.2"0.0t0 In prlrea:
one prize t j every seven tickets Circulars uf lull luf ir
m.ition romifhed free, hpnnlsh i>ank bills, fovcrn
m nts. Ac., Ac., purchased. TaYLOR a CO,, Banker",
Post ofllce b*.* 4,448. No. H Wall street.
UBOYAL HAVANA LOTTKRY.-F.XTRAORDINARY
Drawlngof April 22; only 16,000 tickets; prize in
every seven tickets; $l,ono.mi0 distributed in prizes; cir
culars and full information taruisueil. Address \V.
KAb. rt A CO., 62 Broadway, New York. Bo* 4,325 Post
office.
TDK MI.MBBRM OP THE JOURNEY MEN PLUMBERS'
Benevolent an.l Protective Societv are hereby notl
fled that on and alter ihis date nine hours shall be con
sidered a legal day's work. By order ot the !-oclety.
ROBERT I'URCKLL, W. Master.
TRADERS' DEPOSIT COMPANY. 89 LIBERTY
street. Now York. Money to losn on approved col
laterals. __
rrilE BKST PLACE IN THE CITY TO HAVE YOUR
1 Printing done Is at the METROPOLITAN PRINT
INO ESTABLISHMENT, 218 Broadway, because, with
the extensive facilities the office possesses, work is done
there at tlie lowest rates and wiui great promptness.
T'UK BRECHKR TRIAL
ORAPHICALLY DESCRIBED IN TUB
EVENING TELEORAM.
<?> I OHM l\(U\ -EXTRAORDINARY DRAWING
-M.ZUU.UUU. ol tbe Royal Havana Lottery of
( uba. conducted by the Spanish government, April
22. Puoltc Library of Kentucr* prizes cashed or ex
changod. Circulars of Inlormation sent tree.
BAlEt) A CO- IN firoldw&Xi
SPORTING?DOGS, BIRDS, 4C.
A?FOR SALE. ALL KINDS OP FANCY DOGS.
? Hints, Ac.; Medicine* lor nil diseases; Prepared
Food tor mocking birds, at B. G. DOVEY'S, No. 3 Oreo no
street, near Canal.
A?FOR SALE, A FINE LOT OF DOGS, FERRETS.
? Guinea Pigs, Mariuosa Monkeys. Maltese Cats,
Rabbit*, Ac., at N. L. MEYERS', No. 3 Amity street, uear
HroaU way. ,
L"10R RALE-J FIRST CLASS POINTERS, 3 SETTER
r Bitches, 1 red Irish Setter Mut, Pointer and Setter
Pups, Black and fans, Scotch and skye Terrier Pups,
Newfoundland Pupa. 2 imported Bull Terriers, Esqui
maux Dogs, Watch Dot's ot all kinds.
__ H. GARDNER, 111 .--outh Fifth avenue.
I^OR SALE?A PAIR OF FULL BRED IRI-1I 81 T
r ter Doss, broken on all game; al-o a double barrel
Greening 10-bore Gun: a lair trial will be ;;lveu. Can
be seen, for two days only, at 600 Eighth avenue, comer
Thirty-ninth street
T
THE TURf.
ROTTING AT BABNUM'S.
WEDNESDAY N101IT, APRIL 7.
PURSE *250. MILE AND REPEAT.
JAMF.S M ANN ENTERg.ch. g. JETKY.
DAN MACE ENTERS w. m SN'iVVDROP.
F? DOTY ENTERS blk. tn. FLORA.
JOHN 1IAZLETT ENTERS g. m. MODESTY.
Bl'.N MACE ENTERS b. g. SAM.
TROTTING EVERY NIGH I' OF THIS, THI5 CLOS.
1NG WEEK.
HORSES, CAKMI ACilS*. ??(,
At barker a son's
CI1Y AUCTION MART AND NEW YORK
TATTEK.SALLS,
corner of Broadway and Tiilrtv-nintli street.
MAJOR CHARLES W. B UiKElL AOCUuNEBB,
REGULAR SALES of Horses, Carriages, Ac.
EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY,
AT ELBVEN O'CLOCK.
TWENTY FOUR hours allowed lor trial on every
horse sold under warrantee.
i ins is the only Auction Martin th*? State having the
proper CmIUUm lor showing horses on sale, TlS, a largo
driving ring entirely under cover, and plenty ot room
lor examination.
CATALOGUE OF SALE THIS DAY.
AT ELEVEN O'CLOl K.
COMMENCING WITH Colonel P. J. Connelly's (of 118
0u.cn street, Germ.intown, t'a.) third great unparalleled
sale of the fastest young green trotters lu America, Just
arrived from Kentucky, and comprising
seven t E<- N HEAD ;, that can trot In from 2:50 down
to 2:40, and including the get of Ohio-Flying-Foguc, Del
moiilco, Golddust, Ac.; all tine and easy drivers, and
warranted sound and kind.
DURING THE past lew days this stock has been rid
den alter by over seventy-five gentlemen, ? ho have one
aud till expressed themselves at being more than satis
fied that they could slr.w even more speed than is
claimed by Colonel Connelly.
catalog l Es, with lull pedigrees, descriptions, Ac.,
*Vm MEDIATELY AFTER above will be offered for
po-dtive disposal, an
ELEGANT TOP sldo
bar Wagon, by Brewster, ot
Broome street.
ToP PONY Phaeton, by Vandergaw.
NO TOP Road Wagon,by Brewster.
NEW AND second hand Harness, Horse Clothing,
Saddles, Bridles. Whips. Halters, Ac.
SKVI'.RAL other Wagons. Carriages, Ac.
FULL DESCRIPTION at sate.
SALES NEVER postponed on account of weather.
As
repairing department.
BREWSTER A CO., OF HROOMS 8TRPF.T.
Owners of carriages are respectfully informed that we
have a thoroughly orgunlsed department for the repair
of Carriages, under the personal control of a member ot
our Arm, assisted by a competent foreman, trained In
our old Hroonie street establishment.
The i|ualitv ot the labor aud material Is precisely the
same as that employed in the production of new car
rlaces.
The extent of our premises and our large working lore*
give us marked advantages in the PROMPT and THOR
OUGH execution ot the work Intrusted to us.
< arelul estimates will b: made ot the cost, and 110
cartage, to or fro, will be charged.
Orders rnav be leftat the factory or warerooras.
Broadway ano forix-seVenth street and
F1FIH AVENUE A.ND FOURTEEN I'll STREET.
A BARGAIN.?FOR SALE, THE FAST TROTTING
Horse Bashaw, Jr., 6 years oil, i5}g hands: war
ranted sound and Kind; free and pleasant driver: top
Buagv and Harness: separate or together; at private
stable 33 East Twelfth street, betweeu nroadway and
University iiiace.
A?-j' cono hand t carts.
? We offer several of our best style T < arts. Utile
used aud In superb condition, that wo will sell at liberal
dtscouuts from original prices.
BREWSTER A CO., 5th avenue, corncr 14th street.
A FIRST CLASS STABLE TO LET-NEWLY BUILT.
Inquire on tbe premises. 171 Madison.
C. MURRAY.
A
A?FOR SALE, A CARLOAD OFWESTERN HORSES,
. fit tor any kind ot business; ure young and war
ranted in every respect; a good trial allowed. 242
Stanton street.
GENTLEMAN, GOING ABROAD, WILL SELL HIS
side-bar top Road Wauon at a bargain; in perfect
order: late^ style and light Harness. TALLMANV ,-ta
ble. 47 Ureal Jones street
A ? CELLING OUT STOCK.?SECOND HANI) AND
;\ > ne>v four scat extension fnp Park Phaetons, side
bar Uu^'gics, uop and no top Express, Uroccry and light
Business Wagon*. 3 3 Hud-on street.
ABAROAIN-THE IIANDSOMB.-T TUBNOCT in
the my ; a beau.ifnl I'atbau Allen sorrel Mare, 13
bands. 5 years : sound, kind : trtttMl tine side bar top
Wagon, best city maker, with fine Harness. B ankets,
Ac ; liie property of a ).-eiitleman selilm; out; good a4
new. Private stable No. 6 West Nineteenth street, near
Finh avenue.
A -STABLES TO RENT, WITH ACCOMMODATIONS
. for two to ten horse?; nice brick Mables, on west
aide, suitable for caranen, small llotivs and Apart
ments in tbe vicinity. J AM Kb PitlCE. JUU Iludsonat
A DESIRABLE PRIVATE .>TABLB, ON MU RAY
Hill, near Park avenue, to rent, at a moderate
price. Apply to Horace s. kly. No. 22 fine street
A?FOR BALK. FOUR GOOD WORK noRSE-;
. suitable for farming, truck or cart; .0 be suid at a
saoriftcc Inquire at No. 39 Bleccker street, near Bow
ery, in rear. __ _____
A?EXPRESS, OROCEBY. BUSINESS, RAKERS'.
? Dillverv aud Platform Sprlnir Wagons; one .-win el
Gig, llorse and Harness, suitable for collector or busi
ness. at a bargain, at -prmg street.
A?landaus, clae<i*cm. l^noaclkts,
? Coupes, tour snd six-seal Park Phaetons. Rocka
ways, T Carts, Dog Carts. Doctors' Phaetons. Pony I b io
tons, tot> ana no top Wagons, Ac., at M OUR LEI'S Fac
tory an 1 Warcroo.ns. Nos io*J. 111 and 113 East Thir
teenth street, near Foortb avenue.
A?TWO HORSES. YOUNO AND SOUND. PIT FOR
.< truck, express groter. farming, Ac . $70, $110: two
sets Harness; Fnr"lture Cart, jixprcss W.ignu. No. 1
Forsyth street, beer saloon.
A FIRST CLASS SADDLE PONY FOR SALE-IS^
bands high warranted sound and kind: fit lor lauy
or child: hassll gaits ander saddle. A| Dly at stable 161
East Twen y-eighth street.
ACOSEY STABLfe TO LET-IN FORTY FOURTH
street, letween Filth and Sixth avenues, and a
large alible above Forty lourth street; stalls and car
riage room lor two or three gentlemen; rent moderate.
JOHN KAVANAGII. northeast corner Forty-second
street ami .--ixth avenue __
A ?FO:t SALE. SEVEN IIORSES FOR FARMING.
j\? grocery or express purposes; chunky built, .young
and sound, a trial allowed. Inquire atlK and 89 woosttr
Street, near spring
A BARGAIN.-$10 FOR AN ELEGANT TOP PONY
Pnxeion and Harness, very little use li will be sold
on aecou.it of owner leaving tbe city. Private stable
SA East Twelfth street
A VERY FINE BAY H vMRLETONIAN HORSE,
j\ 15S hands high, six vears ol.i: trots in 2:iW; also
handsome brown Horse: warranted sound and kind.
No. ? West Thirteenth street
? ?FOR SALK, SKVKN HORSES FOR FARM
n Ing. grocery or express purposes; chnnkv i>u,ld,
and sound : a trial allowed. Inquire at 87 and 89
ooeTcr street, uear sprliig street
young
w'ooeti
B_ ' CABRIOLETS."
? 1 wo second liana Cabrloiets. In excellent order,
and one Utile used. el bargains; all our own build. Also
a tine assortment of second hand Carriages of every de
scription. BREWSTER A Co..
Fifth avenne, corner Fourteenth street.
/iARRIAGES-HARNESS-OREaT BARGAINS; RV
\j erv description; new snd secondhand; Bugtrle*
Pony and Park 1 n.ietons. Rockawaya, Victories. Depot
Wagons, Hog Ciirts, >ixseats .
M A n I FAi: 11'RKits' CNION, (R4 Broadway.
fLKGANr BAROUCHES, NEARLY NEW, BY TI1K
Ji itest city makers.
CLtRKMK, VERY LIGHT BUILT, BY ADAMB A
l one
THREE COUPK8, IW GOOD ORDER.
Glass guartered Coach. six pa^enger Rockawsy T
Cart, nearly now; Coupe Ro kaway. with pole and
shafts; l?of carta, top Road Wasons by tha but cfty
nitkers, top an ! no top Pony Phaetons. Roekawsys.
jump seat w atrons, Pepot Wayona of all kind*. Doctorf
Wagons. Harness, Ac.
I'rlcM to milt the time*.
At private aale by
TAN TASSELL A KPARNEY,
110 and 112 bast Thirteenth streat
T^OR 8ALK CHB*P-RAY MARK, 15)< HANDS, 7
I yoarsold; wsrrsateu lound ami kind: cheap horse,
price t*r>, Trnck and Harness; must sell. i,all at 324
Hudson street store.
FH)R !>ALR?SEVERAL SUPERIOR YOUNG HORKK8;
are strictly sound, itentle and kind : flna slic, color,
action and svle; speed to suit purchaser: also two sad
dle Hot?A G. II. I.KAVi IT, flushing. U I.
I/OR SALE?FIVE FIR8T CLASS BIG HOR8R8. FIT
F tor trucks or carta: also double Truck and Harness.
Call at 32i Third street, near avenue O.
For sale?one or two horse thicks, at 177
Prince itreat. W. WESTKRFIr.LD.
I/OR SALE?STYLISH TEAM OF CROSS MATCHED
P carriage Horses, black and white, I5t? hands high,
eight and nine vrars old: warraniad gouml and kind.
App v at 7-t and fill Bank street.
FIOR BALE?BY OHUKR OF EXECUTOR, TO CLOSE
an estate, n sp endld pair of black Hor<e?, l??i
hands; warrante I sound ana kind; have been driven
toifetner three yrars. Can be s^en at ShLDEN'8 stables.
1A0 hast Twenty-third street Alau, a second band
landau Rockawny and ? ouye, built by the l>est city
maiiutacturers. and liarneaaes of best city make.
|i?OR XALR-A STYLISH DOG CART, WOOD BROS,
r makers. In food order, with P?)e and BhafU; price
$M. a sply at fj ana H centra street,
LM>R SALE?A VERY LIGHT. fTTLIBH BAROUCHE,
r Brewster, of Broome street, make, and in cxreiiml
order, at a great bargain, at thanhy'S, t$ forty ioiuUi
ilrccL betwccu tad aiAtb avanuag.
HOHMKS, r AIlRIAOE>, <SC'.
T?OR SALK-A TRAINED GOAT, HARNESS AND
F Wagon. Apply, lor one week. ai331 West Fourteenth
street
yOR sale?an iron GRAY HORSE. 16 HANDS
r high ; sound nnJ Mud; suitable lor the milk, ex
press or grocery business. Inquire until sold at Craw
ford'* looking KiUK? factory, No. 10 Horatio street, one
ooor eust of Eighth avenue.
For bai.k?a very ha>d?ome dark chestnut
Horse, about 16 hands high. 6 year* old, warranted
sound, kind and gentle in double and slnglo harness:
also will mane a very Que saddle horse. To be seen at
private stable No. ;3 Great Jones street any morning be
fore 12 o'clock.
For balk?a beautiful brewster road
Wagon; good as new; 106 pounds : or will exchange
for a heavy Road Wo^on. Apply at stable UCharitou
street.
Ij^or sale?two good. reliable, every-day
r Hones; 15J, hands; young. Hound and kind in alt
harness: suit tanner, grocer, express: $129 each. Call
tor two days at feed store No. 370 Hudson street.
K10R SALE?A FIN J? BAY COUPE HOR B, 16.1
I? bisrh, 7 years old: is a One driver iu double harness:
warranted sound and kind In every respect Apply to
Mr. IIARNBTT, Nos. 15 and 17 Hast Thirtieth street.
Four extra good and stylish Canadian
i'onies, li'i hinds, 6 years oil; ul'rnld of nothing;
safe, lor ladies to drive; warranted sound ; sold lor want
ol use. 8'J King street, near Hudson.
C^IRAY HORSE FOR SALE-16 HANDS HIGH. 7
T years old; very stylish; Ilrst class couoc or car
riage hori-e. To ne secu at No. 117 West Thirty-seventh
str. et, private stable.
HOR hS FOR SALE?30 FINIi YOUNG BOSSES
just trom Indiana 5 u> 7 years old. 14 to 17 hands
high, all sound and kind. Inquire at l.'H Norfolk street
IRON STABLE FITTINGS?ALL THE LATEST 1M
provements, of our own make; good smooth Cnst
ings from No. 1 iron fitted by skilled workmen. Call
and see specimens, or sen t for an illustrated catalogue
free. JANES A KIRI1.AND, Nos. 8, U>, l2Reade street,
X1VKRY STABLE TO RENT.?NO. U0 WEST
J 1 lilrtleth street; can accommodate fifty horses and
carriages; can be enlarged to accommodate oue hun
dred. Apply to D. L. J AMEs, No. 100 Fulton street
MUST BE SOLD?Tli REE HORSES, FROM 14fi TO
lc>i hands. 8 and 0 years, suitable for express,
frocpr or larmer; also two single Trucks and Harness.
12 Ninth avenue.
mortgage SALE.?THOMAS RKILLY. AUCTION
1*1 eer. sells'llutrsduv, 8'h in St., at 11 o'clock, 18 work
Horses. three I rucks and two Carts. Bv order ofl'atrlck
Fox, Mortgagee. Sale, positive ; rain or shine.
O" NE SECOND SIX-SKAT CO CPE HOC KA WAY
l andau, by Twenty-tilth street Brewster: one Ba
rouche, one six-seat Hark Phaeton, one lour seat do ,
one Docior's Phaeton, top und open Pony Phaetons,
Rockaways and i'opot Wagons of all styles, 20 top and
open Roid Wagons, by Broome street Brewster, Dnsen
burv A Van Duser and other city makers; two Express
W a lions, r-ulkies, now and second hand, by t'ufl'ery; two
Skeleton Wagons, single aud double Harness. Ac.
WM. H. GRAY, 20 and 22 Wooslor street.
OAD nortSE~WVN T K D - FO R CASH; Ml'ST ~BE
sound, kin.I. free and prompt driver, andtrotin3
minutes. Address, with particulars and price. X? sta
lion G.
SADDLE HORSES.?TWELVE OF THE FINEST
ladies' and gentlemen's saddle Horses in the state,
ail perfectly brok< u, to be sold low. washington
RIDING ACADEMY, corner of Tweuty-sixth street aud
Sixth avenue.
CMALL PET DONKKY FOR SALE-IS WARRANT
k> ed tree iroin all vice; is sate tor the most timid
child - will sell very cheap. Apply at 161 East Twenty
eighth street.
CTAHLE TO LET-CORNER OF WASHINGTON AND
O Lorov streets; 20stalls; together or separate; good
truck room. Inquire on the premises.
CTAHLK TO LET?1 WO STALLS." C AKRIAGR ROOM
0 ami feed room. Apply to W. U. HANKINSO.N'S
Carpet Clcaumg Works, 1.1 East I wenty-sevonth street.
SI ABLE TO LET?TWELVE-STALLS, OOOD COACH
house. nod Apartments tor coachmen. Apply at
lad East Twenty-sixih street.
T~ O LET?sTab. eTwITH nine stalls, hay loft
and gas. together or separate; also carriage room.
431 West Twenty-eighth street.
rjno lei'?F<Tur-stalled prTvai e stable*. 142
1 West Fiftieth street (immediate possession) and 143
West Seventeenth street, between s-ixtii and Seventh
avenues. James vilRbMAN, 70 Wall street
O LET?A PART OF P 1VA1E STABLE: OR A
party can be accommodated with board lor u road
team. Apply at Ho West Forty events street,
THE ADVKKTISkR WILL SELL, REASONABLY, A
six-seated Germsntiwn Carriage, of best city make:
little used - it cost >8 0 and Is as good as the d.iv it whs
uiade; would mane an excellent depot carriage. See
owner, Broadway, room &
\\r A N1 KD?A SMART UOR.sE. ABOUT 15 HANDS*
Vr tor light bustn ss; must be souiul and gentle. Ad
dress, stating lull particulars, with lowest cash price,
JOHN LYL1C, Her iW office.
\JT ANTED?A STYLISH TEAM OF DAPPLt-.D OREY
?? horses;} to 7 vesrs old; 16 to 161J hands high:
, must be a floe tesiiwimi sound and kind. Address, with
<utl part:. 11'ar.j f-\\ lowest n?h price. .0 R., box
.W36 Post office.
?11r anted?a dark bat.black or gray horse.
V' 15 hinds; must tie warranted sound, kind and
fent'e Address, with lull particulars, U. M. L? box 217
1 m a office.
IVAN TED?VICTORIA, BREWSTER MAKE. HIT
V? little used. Ada'ess, stating lowest price, J. M. it..
Herald Uptown Branch ofttcu.
Ailt ?HORSES KBPT ON LIVERY AT $25 PER
V??'? month; well ventilated stable;lwst ot care and
feed at SaKLKb* stable. Ml Nxth street, between First
an 1 -ccond avenues.
<& I ? (\ FOR A BRAUTirUt NEW TOP BXPRP.SS
?pl??V or delivery Wagon, m.ide to order for $S2A,
never used; must be sold. Can be seen at IIOVEY'S sta
ble. No. 124 West Nineteenth street
DK1 GOODS.
AT SMITH'S PATTKRN BAZAAR. 914 BROADWAY,
between Twentieth and Twenty-first streets,
oRANI) ISPLaY OF IMPOdTBO FASHIONS; Pai
Tl RNS NOW HftADY: CLOTH MODELS with every
Rstern; cutting and fitting. A. Bl'RDETTK sMI IH,
11. DI4 Broadway, between Twentieth and Twentydrst
streets.
B.
ALTAIAN * CO.,
WILL OPEK
NEW AND MOST ELEGANT
SrBINQ NOVELTIES
IHI~AT.
ALT* AN A roT"
SSI A*l> W MXVB AVBWPE.
SARPKTS, CARPRTft.
(treat prtnu OWMM ?<* l\?n*h ? mi< l tin. Windon
cl't, Umbr?qala% " i Ac, at very low
price*
Engllah Velvel it SI Itpor fart
B.
T?|H">lry Bru?iU.?t |l par NM
Thre.-ply. f
, at ft iDper t?ii
IiiSfrniu, at 3Jt\. Wr. an<t !>v per jrtri
All other good* at c,|uail? fc.? pri?!??
A large atork of Furniture, 10 par cant cheaper than
any otli?r hoaae In tbe city.
Ail go<*Uahipp?.l tree. D. KELLY,
(Mceeaaor to H. o'Karreli).
t|U, 51% Mt and Sit Eighth avenu ?, corner of Thirt>fmh
ami rhirty-aixth atreeta.
/jKAND 0PPJfI>O
BILKS,
DRBRS UOODB,
AND ELEGANT EXHIBITION
lllKOt'OIIOI'T OUR K8TA BLISIIMKNT,
WEDNESDAY
AND
TltJRSDAT,
APRIL 7 AND 1
a viaiT olTvnmm*)* ?
RE9FBCTFCiTTt" SOLICITED.
RICHARD M RARER,
CORNER H1X1II AVENI'B
AND NIBRTEENTH STREET.
HIIiLIKKllY ? M? UIIER8MAKIIHU.
At smith's pattern bazaak, ?i< hko.uwav, [
between Twentieth and Twenty flr?t street*, I
OR AN II IrtSPLA V OK IMPUKTRD FA ? II IONS ; fat
term now ready: CLOTH M> u'Ei.S with every pattern;
catling and fitting. A. Ri'RDKTTK SMITH. No 914
Broadway. between Twentieth and Twentvflrat afreet*.
ARTISTIC MODES.?OWING ~TO~ THB~ IMMENSE
quantity of ruatoroeri we And It Impoaaible to have
oar retnlar opening, not being able to give tho time
net?a?ary tor the manutactnre of our dtapiav ?nit*.
Thankful to the public, and aaking their kind indulge toe,
we remain respectfully. WAKKIN A KAVRK date with
Ix>r<l A Taylor), ,W7 and 309 Sixth avenue, and M Roe de
Clary, r?rta
*<1 A VALL1ERE''?TI1E TOUNO LADIES' nATOF
IJ the aeaaon, found onlv at MaIm>R WALTON, *62
Broadway, above L'nlon nquare.
MR. ORANGIBR?H *8 THR HONOR TO INFORM
her ouatomers that ^h? ha* rem oved her etabliah
mcnt of Kobe* anil KaabMfc to No St! West Twenty*
ninth airaet, loar doors from Broadway.
MRS. WELLS, HAVING REMOVED TO 117 RA8T
pith at. room 10. would like a lew morn u?f.>m
era at dre*?maklng and faintly tewingi chtldren'a
clothes a specialty,
FATTBRNR.
M
AT SMITH'8 PATTERN BAZAAR, ?1? BROADWAY,
between Twentieth and Twwnty flrat atreeta,
ORANli DISPLAY OK IMl'oRTBI) KASHIONB: PAT
TERNS NOW rkaDV: cloth models with every
Rattern: rutins and flttina. A. ?URDETTK MM I Ml,
o 9it broAdwajr, betwttu rwnHMiU *M Twenty-ftrtl
lUccM.
A
FOR SAL.1L.
handsome WHEELER A WILSON SEWING
Machine, all complete, with new Coodrlch Tucker,
coat a few month* ugo $78, will be (old lor $'U. Call at
Sft Bond street.
A LARGE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DI-Tit
le ry i.igtior - tort-, on llie east side. Lease aud fix
tares, with or without Stock; a bargain on reasonable
terms. Principals add re** BUSINi-bS, bos 121 Herald
Uptown Branch ofBce.
N OLD ESTABLISHED DOWNTOWN CORNER
Liquor store for sale for half it* value; now dolug
m tine tiu*ine??; rare cb mce.
MITCHELL'S store Agcncy, 77 Cedar *treet._
A RARE CHANCE.?A STEAM FACKINU BOX
Manufactory lor sale cheap - the place suitable for
any kind ot business; in a good location; low rent, In
quire at Sfi3 Washington street.
Afiust class corner liquor stork for
sale cheap.?Must sell by May; long lease; cheap
rent; having two cannot attend to both. Anplv to D.
W. O'KEEFE, corner ot Fourth and North Filth streets,
Brooklyn, E. D.
4 ?FOR SALE, BAKERIES: BEST ON THE AVE
ix. nues in this city and Brooklyn; also Broadway
R ? tauriints, Coffoe and Cake saloons. Fruit -tores, Meat
Markets, Flat) .-lauds.
Ml ICHKLL'S Store Agency, 77 Cedar street
A SPLENDID SAMPLE ROOM. NEAR STOCK Ex
change, tor sale on easv terms; also Country Ho
tels, country Grocery stores, country Bakeries, Confec
tioneries. MITCHELL'S Store Agency. 77 Cedargt
A?FOR SALE AT SACRIFICE, FIRST CLASS COR
? tier Liquor Store on popular uptown avenue;
trad ' good; tour-pull Pamp; fillings black walnut; price
only J.itM. LlOVD, 2H Broadway.
A FINE CORNER LIQUOR STORE IN NINTH
wir l (Ins six years' lease, at $030 a year) for sale;
a bargain ; rare chance.
MH'CllhLL's Store Agoncy, 77 Cedar street.
A WHEELER A WILSON SKWINO MACHINE, EN
cased in black walnut, attachments couipleto, at it
great racritice; only $26; also Wilicox A Gihh*',?20.
Basement 808 Canal street, between Broadway aud
Churcb street,
* FINE CORNER LIQUOR STORE. NEAR CITY
J\. Hull, In Brooklyn, tor s.ile for half Its value; uow
doing a goo.l business.
MITCHELL'S Store Agency, 77 Cedar street.
A FIRST CLASS FRUIT, FANCV GROCERY, AO.,
A Business, doing a very p red table trade, cheap
l ease, .-lock. Fixtures, Ac., complete, at a decided bar
gain, on account of other business. Apply, for three
days, to N. L. TEltuEL, 41 Water street.
AN ESTABLISHED LAUNDRY FOR SALE?FROM
#30 to $7S worth ot work a week; price, HOi); rea
sou for seliiug. sickness. No 5 Clinton place (Eighth
street), tour doors west ot Broadway.
A CIOAU STORE, DOING GOOD BUSINESS; Fix
tures, l'-foot plate showcases, two ciegaut upright
Glass Cases and oiio Tobacco aud one square Glass Case,
one la rue French plate Mirror. handsome Wire Hailing
and many other Article* ot value; price $300, ami priv
liege ot as much stork as may be wanted or none. 160
Fulton street. Brooklyn.
A GROCERY STORE ON EIGHTH AVENUE; GOOD
location; price $400; also haudaouie downtown
Sample Room, ?4no.
M aLon E's Store Agency, 121 Nassau street.
A?LIQUOR DEALERS.?CORNER LIQUOR STORE,
? many years established; handsomely and com
pletely tilted up. Apply to J. MOORE, 270 tenth avenue,
ne.:r Twenty-sixth street
Business oiianoe seldom offered.-i have
u business of '42 years' standing, in best rnnolng or
der, well siocbed, paying 100 per cent, vcrv easy and
pleasant to carry on; a Store; I want io retire and wou d
soil ai valuation; Stock and . ixtures ab)Ut$i'v0l; partly
cash or good paying property. Address box 115 nerald
Brooklyn Branch office.
Drug siorrs for sale?new York, brook
lyn and country; Liiiuor Stores on all principal
nveaues; bantams; Grocery Stores an I Restaurants,
splendid locations. r 1 HiCKL.t.NlJ'S Agencv,
M i:cekinan street
COR CHEAP PRINTING CALL ON Tli ?. METRO
F POLITAN PRINTING ESf ABLIsIlMENT, No. 81)
Broadway. ______
fMJR SALE-A LA ROE NUMBER OF ? i DM) HAND
Sates; will be solu verv low to cl iii.-o. our.
MARVIN'S hall' Company, 2ti.> llioadWHy,
IPOR SALE?SiOCK ALE AND PORTER, THREE
J; years old, low tor cash; >rucks, Ilarneai, Horses;
Ale Casks, Half Casks. Quarter Casks. Apply immedi
ately at brewery 143 East Forty-second atroet
17*0R SALE?A LARtJE SIZE SILVER r AFE, VEL
r vet lined. Herring ? make. Apply at HERRING'S,
2.M Broadway, where it can be aoeu, or to A. II. WELCH,
102 Franklin'street.
FH)R SALE?THK RESTAURANT NO. 10 UNION
square. in complete order. Apply for particulars
on (he premises.
l^OR SALE?TWO SETS PIER MIRRORS. WITH
r connecting Cornices and Tables, with marble tops;
plate -4.il u. trout and back parlor carpets, one Her
ring Sate, 2.0x4. Inquire at 1&4 i.ast Sixtieth atrvet.
F^OR SALE-LEASE AND FIXTURES OK THE
large Stable S Columbia street: suitable tor leed
store or liver? stable, splendid stand to keep work
horse* to let; also a good Team of llorgf* and double
Truck, and one large Inack Horse; will work anywhere.
IfOR SALE?BUTCHER SHOP, SITIATED IN GOOD
neighborhood, with good run ot customers Apply
to L PI if PER, No. 1,UJS Third avenue. corner llOtn >t.
yoR sALE-A NEW FIRST CLASS CONFECTION
F erv aud ladies' Lunch HooQI In Brat class locality,
with I .ease and i Ixtures, an 1 at a sacrlil.e; cau<" de
parture Apply, without deiav, at it East Twentieth
street, one door west ol i.roadway.
F'OR sale?one or ihr BEST STATIONERY,
Music aud Tov -tores in New York, together with a
Houae and Lot. will lie sold separately or together.
WILEY'S Stationery store, Hoi Eighth avenue.
I^XlR SALE-A STOCK OP TINWARE. HoUSEFCR
A nistiing Oools, Machinery and Tool*, at 319 Pearl
street, up stair*
yoR sale-one of two first class candy
r stores, with Manufacturing Utenails; location a
cellent and doing a splendid tusincss. inquire in Hur l
av . between 134th and 134th streets. In the candy store.
rpoR SALE?A WELL ESTABLISHED AND PAYING
F Looking i.lass ami Picturc Irani- Bus'iies.s, at Syra
cuse N. Y lor turthcr particular* address FRANK
MARTIN, Warren street Syracuse, N. Y.
nOR SALE?A LAOER BEKR SAIOON, KEPT BY
T the present proprietor Wyears; terms reasonable,
nine * ot on tier Hip reason lor selling. Apply at 42 Fttl
tou street. Brooklyn. __ ________________
tlOR SAL .?ONE i'F THE BEST CORNER LIQCOlt
F Stores in the Fourteenth ward ; satisfactory rc.ifoui
riven lor s--iiiii ?. Imjuire at S70 Canal street (oyster
house). No aitents wanted.
L^lll SALE-A WELL ESTABLISHED STATION RY,
r So k and Music Store; careluliv eeu-cted stoek,
llr?t i U?? tlxiures: spleudld OUsines* neighborhood;
wtill; sold verv low . satis aetory rea-ons tor aelling
an I opportuuitv tor thorough inveetlgaUon Apoly at
4 I lirand street.
f'Olt SALE?STOVE, n.1 AND HOUSE rURNlSH
> lag Htisinee*. Call at A. McCORD'S, No. 84 Elgbtlt
i. ?? t-nne.
I/JR IPALB At A ?ACRinU%?TKK WELL PA VIS a 1
r ?'ifnr >tnre ncir Hunter'* Point If rrj\ a? the owner i
lia> hia whole*al< business to attend to. Inquire at 4 J
Eat: Thlrty-umrtb nrwi
lvjr sai.k-two safe^ and fixtures ok a
r Jewelry Store ; or will e*ohan?e tor Wat-'he* and ,
Jewelry. Adttr?'e? .iKWKLKY mTUkB, M) Eighth ?*.
FOR 8AL.R CHEAP?A CIOAR STAM). WITH WISiB
? lilt Milliard Room nttai hed. No. 1.217 Broadway.
For salb?oenkral bi r< hkk shop cheap.
For particular* applv at S70 Tenth avenue.
not SU.*-'?\E OF THE B ST LtQIOR STORKS,
r inquire oi I". KoWK, Auctioneer, i-urner Eigntb
?ireetand I'nlveralty place.
KIOR HALE?A JEWKLLER'S DRY KII.LEl) SAFE,
r with <:<?tablnatlou !oc* and S? velvet lined draw
rr*. al?o ih? Caaing around the sale. Apply 193 Broad
way. room ll.
l/'OR SAl?K? lN OLD established. riltST CLAS-i
r .-<taii .ncrv Hnatne** at very low price : owner too
blind to aiicnd ton call on or addre*a Mr. B HOW ft,
M4 Fnlton avenue. Brooklyn.
F"<0(t HAI.K AT A BARGAIN?A GENTLEMAN'S
lo Igm.; bou?c on Broad war: 17 room* wen filled;
rent cheap, l'arllcular? at t O.-rKR's, 1,2,5 Broadway.
TJ*OR WALK cMF.AF-DIstILLBRY LIQl'OR STORE
r In a irnod location, doing a good bnwues*, no hum
bu*. Apply 10 TnOM XS UAPfN. V, No 1< Centre at
| F. WKI.l. .KH' ATTENTION.?FOR 8Al. c CHEAP ON
?J account of leaving the city the l?c> and Fixture*
ol i ie?cirv .re doing a very Rood tiu'tne**. Inquire
111 tn?-"tore. w? rigiitu avenue, between Thirtv-'ourth
an 1 Thirty-tilth rtieela.
LATER BKTtRii.H
PKOM CONNECTICUT
IN THE
EVKX1NO telegram
TO-NIOHT.
I AORR BEER HKK.WBRY FOR SaLF-ON LIBKRtL,
1J term*, situate 1 in the l><>? part ol the city, with all
modern improvement*, together with Hor?e?, Wagons
an I ail .he fixture*; nlao cu*toiners; now in iui 1 opera
tion. "fttl*fa tor> reaeons tor wiling and full parti* u
l*r< can be obtained hy applying to J, H A R r?t A S, ITS
Eaat Miueth street, fruin 7 to # P. M.
T ioior STORE FOR SALE.-for PARTICULARS
J_j inquire oi E. BKaTi V. MM Weat Twenty-flith street.
Notice to contractors,
A large amount of Belgian Paring stone and Cobble
ftone lor sale. Apply attbe corner ut Newark arm Wit
low street*, lloboken, N. J. D BagaN.
l)hfl*DELPHlA-the STOCE, fldOD will AND
A Futures of a china am! (Mate Kstablishment cen
tra lly located, doing .t good na<in??i: owner declining
Im-une**; rare chance Mr the centennial. Address
WEl>UkWooi>. Ledger office, Philadelphia.
CTOSE YARD for HALE?AT GREENWOOD TO
O clow out the estate of Robert Shaw, dec?aw.i; es
tablished UH Inquire of THOMAS Ma Rill ANT.
Greenwood Cemetery entrance, or HI Twenty-tliiM
street. Brooklyn. Mr. ROBERT shaW.
WAN TED-A COMPETENT PERSON TO BIT A
Select School and Furnltnre and t>e prepared to
take the pupils on the 10th, a* the principal lias business
out ot the city; will sell low for cash or accept instal
ment* on the pupils' tuition Inquire 407 West Nine
teenth (treat, any time alter 4 P. M.
MA< HINBKY.
AN EZCILLINf 60-HORSE POWKR ENOINE A.VD
Boiler alao schenck * Matcher, Farrar *urtaee, for
i Mk v?ry low, u*w runoiug at Wand a Worth street.
'. V. Y. A. VOL'NQA ,
MUHINKRY.
AT BARGAIN!*, UK FORK REM0Y1NQ?OUR ENT?r6
stock of J* ngines ami Boilers, of all sizes; steam
Pumps. Tanks. Blowers, Woodworking Machinery. Ac.
WILSON A KOaKK, Water and Dover streets.
DEALERS IN MACHINERY, MANUFACTURER*
?iid otliers needing Printing, can have It done In
the best style by the MK THOPOtlTAN PlilNTI.NtJ
E81'AULIS H M K NT, No. 2H Broadway.
rr?OR BALB?IS HORSE ENGINE. BOILER, SHAFT
1 lug, Pulleys, 2 Mills; 5 years' lease on one lot JU>ply
to Jo U.N J. IIAVUM, corner K and Wei! street*, Oreu
point.
rH>R BALE-ENGINE 21 AND BOILER 70 HORSE
power, in est e lie tit working order, iu premises No.
44 East Broadway. Apply to s. uUdTUAL, ISO Fulton
Street.
T?OR KALE-LESS TUAN HALF COST?TUE EVTIItU
I? Machinery suitable tor a large Mailing. moulding,
s.irh and door mill, wltii 60 horse Enzme and Boilers , or
\\ olid exchange the Mine tor :.?al Estate. or loin a
party who had means to 1 eate in sonic suitable place to
run the business. Address box 110 Herald office.
rpo NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS AND JOB PRINT
1 era.?The subscribers oiler lor sale tli? fo lowing
Presses, via.1 No. 1 4-e>Under liotary Press. 1 No. J
4-ev.lnder ltotary Press, i No. 10-cyltnder Rotary Press,
1 No. 5," cylinder Itotnry Press 1 double Cylinder Press,
bed 40x67; 1 single small Cylinder Pre**, bed 31x60; 1
single small Cylinder Preas. bed '3x4ti: Mingle small
Cylinder Press, bed MxH; 1 single large CylfB ier Press,
bed ia*B. 2rollers: 1 single large Cylinder Pr?-??. bed
29x41, ?> rollers; 1 single larfie Cylinder Press, bed ClxflO,
2rollers; 1 single large Hani Cjflu Ier Pre.? bet 31x43;
1 high stop vylinder Preaa, bed 21x29; 1 hand atop <'y?
linaer, 4 rollers. l>ed 3:x47. with steam futures; 1 slop
Cylinder Railway Press, bet 25*3&ftollers; 1 Adams
Press, Platen. 1-4*li*. 2 rollers: 1 Adams Ben ami Platen
Job Press, bed 11x14. paten 9*12 l Washington Hand
Press, plalen 14j?xidK; 1 Washington lland Press,
platen Ii2)?x28; 1 na-iilngton Haud Press, platen 19x25:
1 Campbell single large Cylinder Pre ,s. be.I 27x29,'.. (i
roi ers. new stvle; i Campbell sitisio large cylinder
Press, bed 29x47. 4 rollers; 1 Taylor single 1 trgn i \ Under
l'r. as, bed 29x11, - rolcrs; I Hughes k Kinder steuiu
Lithographic Proas, take stone 29x37; I d-inoh Hydraulic
Press: 1 vertical team Engine cylinder 9 incite" diam
eter, stroke 22 inches. 16 horse power The above have
all been put In thorough order, and tho^e ol our own
manufacture we guarantee iu eery respect, so ad tor
ca aloguea and circulars. K. HOE ? CO., New York
city.
i) GOOD SECOND HAND TUBULAR BOII.EHS, 43
J. Inches bv 10 toet, cheap : alar no* Boilers. :t! lo\v"?t
prices; second hand ana new t'or able Hoisting En
gines and Amos' Portable Kngiuo* and Saw Mills, Port
able Urnin Mills; all size- or our Improved Slid- Valve
and Automatic cut otT Engines, first prize medal at
American Iusiltute last exhibition HA M PBON,
WI11TEH1LL A Cu., Si Cortlandt street. New fork.
POST OFFKE "WO I IC E.
POST OFFICE NOTICE.?THE MAILS FOR lil'ROPE
tor the week ending Saturday, April 11. 1S76, will
close at this office us follows:?On ruesday at 11:10 A,
M ; on Wednesday at 12 M.: oil Thursday at 11:10 A. M ,
and on Saturday at 6, 7 aud 11: U A M.
T, L. JAMES, I'ottmaster. -f
nisTRIK'TIU^
MISS EDMONDS RECEIVES PI PO LAND CLABBER
in English literature, composition, letter writing,
Ac.; confidential lessons in any branch to th ise ol neg
lected education. 14<i East seventeenth street.
THE METROPOLITAN PRINTINO ESTABLISHMENT'
218 Broadway, have unaurpa*?:d facilities tor <loln?
all klmls of Printing with utimuitl promptness and at
moderate prices. .
WANTED-A OOOD TEACUER (M *LE OP. KE
TT mule) to tea h grammar, arithmetic, Ac. Apply
at No. 6<tf Hfth street, near avenue B, irom 9 to 11 A. M.
~ YACHTS, 8TEAMBOATS. AC.
ffOR SALE?SCHOONER YAClfl EBTBLLBl
' launched June 18,1874. 76ftet keel, 90 feet overall,
22 leet 6 luetics lieam. draught ot water 6ieet: centre
board ; is very fast and thoroughly found ami Urst clasa
in every respect. For farther particular upM> to W. 0.
QI'IN'IARD, South Norwalk, Conn.
yOR SALE?YACHT VES A. 200 TUNS: YACHT
r Jessie, 31 tons- both yachts fuliv IMlpjal and war
ranted sound, Apply to C. A It POILLON, 221 iouih su
ri-llli: METROPOLITAN PRINTINO EST \ BI.IslIMENF
i is .it 213 Broadway, in the Herald Building.
PROPOSALS.
PROPOSALS FOR 8fo.NE.-IHK M-.W YOIHC
X Bridge Company will receive sealed proposal* until
noon. April 17. I*7>, for about fi.OOi ru de yards tac#
Limestone, about 6.UU0cable yaftds Limestone or Uranlte
Backing and anoiit 90? cubic yard* Ura.'iltc < rnei s and
Dimension Backing; specifleatloiis will be ?eut by uisil
upon application-bids to be ilirected to tbi- oltleo, 21
\t .iter s;ree*. rfro iMyn, whera the pla ii can Ik? m'oiw
! John PARVhY, tor 1 he >ew York Bridge Company.
Proposals for cast iron.
The New York ltrid?te Company will rocelvt sea>d
proposal" until April 14, H75 at noon, for tour cast Iron
Anchor Plates for the New York anchorage; total
weluht, about 8> tons. SpecifiuMioni will tie sent by
mail upon application- BIjs to lie directed to their of
IV e, 21 Water street. Brooklyn, where the pUu? can ba
: seen.
Proposals for wrocoht iison anchor bar?.?
The New York Brt-Jge Company will receive sealed
proposals until April 19,18)6. at noon, ti r aioiut l.O.^.OUS
:bs w> ought Iron I'M Bars ti.r Vnchor Chains tor the
i N w York anchorage, and about StH,iWi Ilia, ot i.vc bars
for ihe Brooklyn anchoraae an.' about io.<?W ba ot Pias
i for the name; sn-ciRcatlom will be sent by wail upoa
I apnlie it on; bid* to be directed to llieir ofllee, 21 Water
street, Brooklyn, where the pla^ . an be aoau
BlLMAICns.
k FINE STOCK OF pTANDARD BIl.l.lARO
A. iantei, new and second haul, popular ?t\lea um
low prl-es. >'ni" ornaiuental Cne* ait i the largest .ml
' be-t <to> k of Billiard Aniei ?< lu tne ( jantry.
u. W. COLLI s i?t i:. ;ts Broadway.
I MKRICAN STAN OA It l? REVRL TABLES?WITH
I ^'\ iH'lanev's wire cushions, -.'el) m<>S hi all ? bam
plon^hip and niatc!i games. ?econ I hand Tables at great
bargains Call and examine.
W. If. OK1F i rII A CO.. W Vesey -"treet
Dealers in \m> mavck\<t< p.kp.- or hl.
uard tablet wilt Hod, bi exaailn that tor
elieau aud -tviis'i I'rlutin' <n vh ftm rlnt.ou the
MRTftopoLirAN piti>ri\n i.*rablisiIMbnr, jii
hro.i.i way, canno: he stirj.nse t.
DKNTIMTRI,
II I'OKAL Rt'BltKIt SKT OP TKKTII IN MRKC
j\ hour*.?Im|)rv"on m the to- v-o .. t'efh In :'i?
alter noon Ihlrty-rourth ' near .<nmiv.iv an*
Nxtu avenue. t'oiil u'tldi-r, * ry *?rollg, ?. ?!> oalorej;
gold pl.ittna .?(- wnalebone rtriu r wet*. Plump
er*. open ironta; l.n> bitter*. Lin Oepreswra, i: 'galatotfl
nltroua oxidei m e< liani ? ii rlf in i-ctrv. Tak* green earg
from (Hand -t eet lorry, or sitth ?rcnm car*, or Bro*4
nay car*. <?< I "IT at rlilrn lonrt.'i ?trr?i.
XlflROlUin, 131 Wen Thirty fourth atreaL
k BKAi riPL I. wt T. Si; ?ii Jt TBI |-H. *1?; Ktft.
A gle. ft w*rrantoil. ga*. W cents. *1lver filling*. 3#
rinu ><?? Tor4 i >-nlai Booing, '*2 ^:xtli aveiiMi
e-tuMi?hcd 1*1; examine apeclnmua; remember .Mi
TfeKTII \SD PA1NLK-* PBBTI.sTRT.
I?r. 1U J. BOBEItTs, i i ? jd ?treet.
Artificial I'eeth 8*etl m a ftiw h?'tr*, without lha
iliiiii'p-t pain or inconvenience. with comfort, hem* ?*!(.
adn<"ive ; lite like appearance; witlumi n>rliw* or wires;
lor *nperlority ot material anil wuriwn in?htri cannot Mi
eqaalicil; waffantrd. with lor carlalntj of guingDn
ten ??ti?in': .hi ; rontoriaa mastication and articBlatto*
permanently; iMtlmallRflMi teeth 0 le>i with pearl
Mopping or gold. A pauiphUt oit the "?eta post fran,
tluee cent*.
COM. \M? WOOD.
Pi B (UAl.DBoN-I>BMVf-nBt> I*.
V i mediately to any part ol the city, orier. 1 v ai*U
reeelve promot attention.
CBAPHfcB k Bt'BNrf, H2 tut rifhfeenth ?treet
/lOAl. BKOBIPTH, t'IBCl;l. \R.4, Bll.l. IIKADK RK
\y eeipt limit) SIM evert kino ol Piinti'W u?dlntl>a
eon I anii wood bngtnciw ran l? lia.l at jfce MKfuoPOLl
TA!? Pltl!t iINU KrtTASUrtHMRXT, JH liroalway. a?
very moderate price*
9IA It 111,E MANTCiA
A OKKAT RKDI'CTIO* l? PRU K-( OK BARKMI
and ?art>lfi/.e l Man eU; all kind* ol K'o >r tiling.
Monuuieut.*. Head S one*. -laM for plumber* an I eabl
net maker*, now ofl< reti at m. KUAIIKKB t'O.'U Steam
Marble *or<?, Nut. IK to Tli West Kilt)--flrst *tr*at, near
Broadway. _
1TUHKATLV KKOli'KU PitlCR*
. V An exi-'netre <ioca ol MUto an I Marble Van'el^
Waah lrays and Mate Work of every description.
PUMIHM >!.vre. rimlnNT,
l no.ii square, Fowrih avenno and se^eateaiiiji ?t. V ?
ATOHBATI.Y BFnrrRP PRf?;K4-A!f EtTF>>?IVB
?t.?k of Varhle and MarWelxefl Manttl* and all
other Marble VVork^ M.irUle Piirnlng lor the irado A,
Kl. vBhR, IM Kaat Kifhleenth ?tre-t.n??r Third avenu?.
OTBBABl'M SI.ATF MANTKI S. MARBI.R ANDWOUD
O Mailtelx. rleh wnd eieg.mt de*t|N* at the io*(.|
price*. MOaiirt 2il We at I wenly th.ril utrevt. between
>eventh and Kifhtli aremiea.
fTIIR MRTROPOI.ITAS PRISTtXll KmRMMM
X i? hi 218 Broado ay. In the Herai4 Ruildlnc
~ BTOHAOK.
? ?RTORAOB.?WKI*T HIDR KTOBAtIB WAPR^
U\, kMWi, .iIMMLM RiiIhii *lrc.'? ? teenwlcB
street and 10 ^MnKdoB nqoare. ?..r Purnltit'e. Piano*
Hagif*i(e Mirror* and other faintly J'riipnrty. In *epa
rate. cIimmhI room* of any ?li?; I 'v,??t of rates: aeeemi*
l>le during ' usin.' -? limir<. mo.t egtro'ive and reeponal^
hie e?tat>ft?hment In the bu-itni<Jt<. goodi received either
day or night. R. TaOi>*RT, owner an 1 Manager
oflloe "?? llttd?on itreet ( Abingdon square).
C1RT VOI R PRINH?!0 KRUM I'UK MKTROPIH.I.
r_TAN rRINTlSii BsTAllUhllBBSL 2H Brnq.l^ay
XI AF'lEB'i* WABBHUFHRS, BIOHTH ATRBTK,
Jl TMntthlril to Ihirtr f.arih street, 3? Nlntii ave
nue. office 10U Wen Ihirty-lourth Ml Ml.?The oldest, low.
eat In rate, most e?ten?ive and thornughij eqatppoa
cstahll*hmeat* of the line in the lm-<tn?<w; ^torag" ;or
rnrnltnre, Haggage, <3o>?la and vvarea ?? every d-wrlp
tion in separate cM>?od ooapartaeuta Nigtit patrol ra
Otln good* at ail honra. Inspection invited.
Morbkll'r riR-ir ruAM rtobaor wakk.
h. ti<ei lor lurnllure, ti unk*. M., with w<a
depooit vaulti nt 'I'M?ble?; *ai>'<, ot all? ?e?, in v? i ta,
to rent h\ month or > esr, afTordlng a!.?ului<: lecurilj.
I'onrih avgmia and Thlrty-geeond nfreat.
OTURAOK -PtRTIR.-l HTORIBO fTBBITURB, B'lLb
O And It <o their advantage to examine tl" ware
house Ot MOHH \ t k BKO , Ti3 and 234 ?Hl f ity
geienth ttreei corner ol Broa lway.
NI9I RLIiil?OV?.
''\fAt?ir RMRMX or INK -NO BOTTtR TO
J?I break no Ikinid to -piit I'rlc* |J ecu* J" J''
?ale hy ?iat!otier? 1'oinmer*tal !MT?l.?n :! bar til?
i#*U tfiWi, L>?pw Xi I/.iad'Tay.

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