WHOLE NO. 14,387.
DIRECTORY FOR ADVERTISERS.
AMUSEMENTS?2n Pic*?.'.Hi ?.<.! t.ih p?1l
HALL SEASON? 1ST PAGK-?th col.
BILLIARDS? 1st Pack?4th col.
BOARDERS WANTED?2d Pack?3d col.
board and LODoI.SU W a.N I ED?2d pA0B-3d and 4tb
BROOKLYN BOARD?2d pagt-4th col.
BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE?20 PaCI?lit
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES?9r* Page.
BUSINESS NOTICES?Nth Pack?Cth col.
UITY REAL ESTATE FOR SALE?'Jo l*AGK-lst COL
CLERKS AND SALESMEN?7tu Pace?6th coL
CLOTHING?7th Pack?Btli col. __ .
COACHMEN AND GARDENERS?7rn Paok??th col.
COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS?1st Pack?oth aud 0lh cola.
COPARTNERSHIPS-uth Pack. l ,
DANCING AOADEMIKS-Jn Pack?4th col.
DENTISTRY?1st Pack?6th col.
DRY GOODS?1 at Pack?Htli col. -_?wn vn rv
DWELLING HOUSES TO LET, Ft RNISIIF.D AND UNFURNISHED-JO
Pack?1st snil 2d Join
EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS?1st Pack?>tl? col.
K.i^SlVitS'SoKr.^Vl.-ART.ESTS TO I.ET2
ii Pack?2(1 col.
FURNITURE?1st Pack?4th col.
FRENCH ADVERTISEMENTS?7tb PAcr-fith col.
HELP WANTED?FEMALES?7th Pack?>th aud tith coin.
HELP WANTED?MALES?7th Pack?Btli col.
HORSES. CARRIAGES, AC.?1st Pack?2d aud Jdcola.
HOTELS?2h Pack?4th col.
HOUSES. ROOMS, AC . \VANTED-2d ?ack-2d col.
INSTRUCTION?1st Pack?filh col.
LOST AND FOUND?1st Pack?1st coL
MACHINERY?1st Pack?4th col.
MEDICAL?2d Pack?4th col. ... ? .
MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING?1st Pagk-AUi col.
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS?IOtii 1'aok?tllh
musical?2d Pack?4th col.
NEW PUBLICATION'S?5tii Pack?6th col.
PERSONAL?1st Pack?1st col.
PIANOFORTES. ORGANS. AO.?2d Pag*?4th col.
POST OFFICE NOTICE?1st Pack?4th col.
PROPOSALS?1st Pack?6th col.
PROFESSIONAL SITUATION'S WANTED?FEMALES7th
PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO
RENT?2d Page?1st col.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE?2d pagk-lstcol.
REAL ESTATE WANTED?2n Pagk?1st col.
REMOVALS?7th Pack- titli col.
REWARDS?1st Pack?1st col.
SALES AT AUCTION?1st PaGB?2d ttnd 5d cols.
SITUATIONS WA.NTED-FRMAgES-7tb Pack?1st, 2d,
3d, 4th and 5th cola.
SITUATIONS WANTED?MALES?7tu P>CB-5th and 6th
SPECIAL NOTICES?1st Pagk-IsI and 2d coll.
THE TRADES?2d Pack? 4th col.
TO LET FOR BUSINESS pi'RPOSES? 2n Pagk-1s? cols.
TRAVELLERS' GUIDE-Ist pagk-tlth col.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
2d Pack?2d cols.
WANTED TO PURCHASB?1st PAG*-6th col.
WATCHES. JEWELRY. AO.?Jn Pack?6th col.
WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OR
To LET?2d Pack?lat col.
WINTER RESORTS?2d pagk-4th col.
YACHTS, STEAMBOATS, Ac.?10th Pagk?0th col.
lhfttributino. In eaih will b*
tn sue- ]
ecsefitl ticket holders oil that day. Any ticket way, but oua
in every eight must, draw.
I* the capital prise, and will he paid any time to the holder
alter the drawing, and not one cent diecount charged lor
in the second capital gift, while there are other* varying from
91O.0UU to 9100. Now, In the beginning of the new year, ia
a good time for persons to Invest a small amount. Hie suecess
of these drawings hat been extraordinarily socce-sfut
A large number of prima have been drawn in New York and
adjacent Stales, for particulars of this distributiou address
the New York agents.
Price of tickets. 910; halves. So; quarters, 92 -VX
THOMAS H. IIAYS A CO..W7 Broadway.
American instititk.-a stated meeting op
the American Institute will he held on Thursday the
l: th day of January, at S o'clock, P. M . at the Hail of the
New York Hiatorlcal Society, 2d av. cor. 11 tlx St. CHAR.
MeK. LEOSKR, Kec'g Scc'y.
AHH N I'NDBRUAKMKM. INSURING WARMTH AND
sound lungs, graduated Lung Protector; eo'd hr underwear
dealers and drugglsta. ISAAC A. SINGER. Manufacturer,
t LI, MIDDLE-AGED AND YOUNG MEN NUFFKRING
1 a. from debility, the result of their own folly, should consult
Dr. E, DcK. CURTIS, whose certain cure is the experience
of 25 years. Specialty. Office aud residence 207 West
A-1SAAC ti. BOYCE, 2?7~HROADWAY. LAWYER.
Divorces obtained promptly without puollcltr; tlescrliou,
iiirompatihllity, hnhitunl drunkenness. Infidelity, inliuman
treatment, conviction of felony. Passports obtained.
A -ROYAL 1 iXVANA LOTTERY
\ Drawing January 21. 187*1.
i prise or Spanish dollars * f1(10.000
1 prise of Spanish dollars .'g).(?i0
2 prises of, each. Spanish dollars
1 prise of. Spanish dollars lO.OtlO
k pr.te of.. Spanish dollars &.0U0
_ .. German tiovernment Lotteries.
r?u *iol*n?tory circular* '"'xHEOOOR 7.8CHOCI1.
forto?-bo,.V50?. _ ? ? r-^.
?T Kv\Tl.kY tiTATB LOTTERIfc?
; 3-53 <* ,
/ii or^r. 1U- oB*,. *? |
I A NKIE?UOLIDaYA n
h; clavton. CALiVoitNi A~-His i-kes
en: residence is desired by W M. FITZGERALD, 17 Rose
St., New York.
11 f5~ELLE" M.-LETTKR FOE YOU AT DUVALL'S.
, J3 Important. Answer. 8....
OR(>TEI3?6 P. U. HAVE UAH NO LETTEIL NO
news. Why f
1AM NOT SURE ABOUT THE HANDWRITING; IT
It oks like it; send ine your iuitiels. Address M., Herald
M T.-WAITKD SATURDAY II XLK AN HOUR.
Meet me Wednesday at 8 and return coin.
AGGIE?CAN ONLY CAM, IN THE EVENING;
write and give your address to F KEL), Herald Uptown
Miss" A. E. J.. NO. 00 R., NEW ORLF.W.NS, WRITE
to Major B., Washington, II. C.
piQUE. PIFT H AVENUE THEATRE.?IP THE LADY
X who received the initia's of a gentleman Tuesday
evening, .January 4. desires to favor the acquaintance his
address may be obtained by sending aMne to PIQUE, Herald
mUESDAY AFTERNOON. ABOUT 5 O'CLOCK ; STAGE
1 from about Grand St. to Clinton pluce.?Lovely young
lady in corner; black eves and hnir; plaid shawl, white
bonnet trimmed with black velvet, white feathers. The
gentleman who handed un her fare would be charmed with
her acquaintance. Address, ntentiouing some incident,
DISCRETION, box 118 Herald Uptown Branch office.
rpHE TWO YOUNG LADIES WHO RPOKK TO A GEN"
X llenian from Enrope at the corner of 5th av. and ltitli
St.. from carriage, about 3 o'clock, will oblige by sending address
to F. DE It., Herald Uptown Branch office.
"\TIENNA AT "DELMONICO'S, 14TH STREET, TO-DAY
V iWednesday), at 12 o'clock.
WlNTED TO ADOPT?BY A FAMILY. OF RE8PECTM
ability, without children a female infant about four
weeks old; must be of large and sound, American or English
parents, healthy, handsome and perfect in every way ; statu
lull particulars. Address PHYSICIAN, llerald office.
/?T11 AV. CAR. 2 O'CLOCK TUESDAY ?YOUNG LADY
tj in sealskin sacque would like to make the acquaintance
of gentleman (gray mustache and brown overcoat). Address
DARK EYES. Herald Uptown Branch office.
IOOi ?THURSDAY, PROMPTLY HALF.PAST ONE,
wOii old place ou the tqtare; if not convenient,
LOST AMD FOUND.
A POCKET BOOK HAS BEEN TAKEN FROM 212}tf
Grand ?t-, if it is returned to me at 273 West22dst. no
questions will be asked and a reward paid.
IOST?.1 AN UA ITY 10, AN EMERALD KING. RET
J with diamonds (one diamond out). The fiuder will reeeive
$50 by leaving the ring at No. U Nassau it., room 0,
I v.- i?A ^r,AU oivi.s murr, uuinu I n lim If 11
A J Bowery and Rlvlngton street, January 10, about 12
o'clock in the evening. Tlic tinder will be liberally rewarded
by returning it to No. 75 3d at.
T~08T?A UOLD LOCKET; LETTER "8." KINDER
JJ will be rewarded at H. L. 'HEGEL'S, 20 Orchard si.
OST?S LTUAV" MOR N[NO. BE T W EEN I4TH A ND
J 37th at a., a lady'e gold Watch, hunting esse. A suitable
< row ard will be paid it returned any moruiug to SO Bible
IOST-A TRUNK FROM HARI.EM EXPRESS WAGON
J in going llirough Clarkson. M'cst and t'aual sts, on
Monday, the P'tli inst.. marked "Kate D. Sproyer." A liberal
reward will be paid by returning it to 182 Waehington
at. No questions aakod.
I" OST?BETWEEN llAKLEM BRIDGE AND UUD ST.
A a dark calico Hag, containing colled clothe*. Any information
thankfully received at UOti Mary st.. Melrose.
Mrs. HARRIET JACKSON.
OHT-JONE ROUND OOLD~K ARRINO, WITH A VINE
J on one *ide. B5 reward at No. 253 West 2l>t)i *t.
I OSTWN~0R~NBAR THIRTEENTH STREET PRK8J
byterian church, a gold Earring, coral rose on pendant.
Suitable reward paid. C. E. riLE, 44 West 14th -t.
OST?FROM AN KXPRE88 WAGON, ON SATURDAY.
J December 8. In Kllth or Madioou an., a Package of
Kid (limes. A liberal reward will be paid on returning it to
the American Express Company office, Grand Central Depot,
* REM A11DS.
d?0 REWARD ?LOST. ON MONDAV AFTERNOON. ON
ijGj Bth av., Papers belonging to Miss Mary R. Harrison.
Return to Comptou House, 24tli st. and 3d av
d>-| ft REM'ARD?FOR LAVA SHAWL PIN, TAKEN
, -T I'' from 58 Weet 38th st.; it being a keepsake from a
deceased husband is of more value to owner than anybody
else. Plense send to the above address; no question* asked.
d?9~ REWARD (NO QUESTIONS ASKED) FOR
Overcoat taken from Young Men s Christian Asso
elation Library, Saturday evening, January 8. Address E.
B.. 821 Wept 23d st.
ilCH REWARD. "
PJ-'-'L' For recovery ef Jewelry stolen from 10th St., Hoboken
Address STORK, 111 Fulton st , New Y'ork,
UEWARD.-LOST. IN WASHINGTON ST., BROOKIvn.
on the night of the 31st December, gold hunting
case M'atch and Chain .No. 23,330. maker. Cradvan. Davenport,
England If leit at PETER FLVNN'8, 732 and 7id
Fulton st., Brooklyn, $1(AJ will be paid arid no questions
IPKiKl. NflTICM. ~
A?SATURDAY, JANUARY 20. IS THE TIME SET
- ftir tint navt (.rami l>ra* 111 _* nf thm kent....l,o (li.i.
ISK.NTI.KM AM. OK 27. WOl'I.D I.IKK TtTMEETA
pernon w Iw will teach l.itu to walta. A Juris* COMI'
A.SSIO.N, llrralil office.
n" ISEASKS OK MEM AMD IMPORTANT MEDICAL AMD
Surirical C??c? a specialty. HKNKY A. DANIELS,
M. D., 144 Lexington ar.. Dear 2ttth it. Office houra from 8
Havana lottkky.-nkxt 7> iiawino, jam car y
21.1H76. Hlfrhrit prlir, $l<Xl.fKX?; whole amount of
prixe*. fuJO.OA Kor particulars adilri'M B. MAKThNKZ A.
CO Hanker*. lO Wall at in ilia hium.nl 11.,. 4 liMJ |>,,*t
IT ^CHRONIC CAT A REM, DKAFNK8S, NEURALGIA
IV. thoroughly anil permanently curort bjr Dr. Keck a
celebrated method. Consultation and trial tree.
ALSO PILES OK HEMORRHOIDS
cured in every case and no payment desired until a complete
cure ia effected; the worst cases solicited.
Dr. llOVT, 21 Weal 24th at.. New York.
K?CHRONIC CATARRH, DEAFNESS?IMPROVED
method. Instantaneous relict'. Permanent cures,
Dr STODDARD, No. 8 West 14th at.
J-?KENTUCKY STATE hi.SOLE Nl MHF.it"
I grand distribution,
on the Havana plan.
SIMMONS. DICKINSON A CO. Managers.
$300,000 cash gifts.
Whole tickets, $10.
All prises paid in full, without deduction.
To be drawn January 29.
Roval Havnna of Cuba draws January 23.
Address PARKS, EMERSON A CO.,
ISO Broadway, or box .">,272 Post office.
rEW YORK. JANUARY 10, 1*76.?THE EXECUTIVE
Committee of the Hebrew Charity Fair in aid of the
Mount Sinai llnJb'tal hereby tenders its heartfelt thanks to
those of our fellow cltiseus who have so nobly aided us by
their generous contributions.
In the great number ol donors It it hardly possible to single
out individuals, especially where all have been auiuiated
by the same humane impulses.
The satisfaction of having given solace and comfort to the
suffering will surely be thoir most desired reward.
E. B. IIAKT. Chairman Executive Committee.
VJ"ER VOL'S EXHAUSTIONS?A MEDICAL ESSAY,
AY comprising a series of lectures delivered at Katn's
Museum of Anatomy, New York, on the cause and cure of
Premature Decliue, showing indisputably how lost health
may be regained, affording a clear synopsis of tbe impediments
to marriage and tbe treatment of nervous and physical
debility, being tbe result or 2D years' experience. Price
23 cents. Address the author, Dr L.J. KA11N, office aud
residence .11 East ''Hli St., New York.
MONDAY EVENING. January 17, 1870.
Boxes may be had by applying to M. J. CODY, 293 Broadway.
or at the Union Square Hotel.
Supper will be furnished by A. J. Dam A Son, at Union
0?OFFICIAL DRAW I NO KENTUCKY STATE LOT.
teries. SIMMONS, DICKINSON A CO., Managers.
KKKTUCXT. KXTUA CLASS NO. I IB?JANUARY 11,1870.
30, 02, 47. 35, 31, 60, 50, 77, IS, 57, 44, 71. 4ti, 67.
KK.VrtXKy, CLASS NO. 116? JANUARY 11, 1S76.
44, 0. 34, 28, 3, 55. 54, 7. 27. 71, 45. 8.
IIENR*., KXTHA CLASS NO. 15?JANCAKT 11, 1876.
23, 10, 8. 50, 59, 40, 47, 76, 78, 21. 42, 2, 64. 33.
HENKY, CLASS NO. 16?JANCARY 11, 1876.
2. 53, 75. 58. 64, 67. 34, 27, 21, 44, 1, 20.
Full information by applying to or addressing J. CLUTE,
200 Broadwsy, or box 4,0t>9 Post office.
?SIMMONS, DICKINSON A COTS GRAND
monthly distribution on the Havana nlan, to be drawn
January 29; also Royal Havana of Cuba, to he drawn January
23. Full information by applying to or addressing J.
CLUTE, 200 Broadwav. or box 4,969 Post office.
R0YAL 8AX0N LOTTERY7 * '
Brunswick aud Hamburg Lotteries.
Royal Havana Lottery.
WACUSMAN A CO., Bankers,
Post office box 3.310. 75 and 77 Nassau st.
OYAL HAVANA LOTTERY-NEXT DRAW ING
January 21, 1875. Capital prise, $100,000. Prises
cashed, information famished. Highest rates paid for
Hpauish bills, governments, Ac. TAYLOR A CO., Bankers,
No. 11 Wall st.
(tOlHl IWWI ?WYOMING LOTTERY DRAWS J ANip^UU.UuU.
nary 15 Capital prlxe, $50.tW*>. Tickets
$1; six $5. Circulars mailed lYee. ALLEN A CO.,
79 Nassau st.. New York.
iel n /inil ?HAVANA LOTTERY DRAWS-JANnary
21: whole tickets, $18; circulars
free. JOSEPH BATES, 202 Broadway, room 5; box 2,281.
(tl~7Vt\T\ 7\li 1 \ ?ROYAL HAVANA Lt)TTERY.
JjPl.UUU.UUU. Next drawing January 7.
Circulars, with fall particulars, sent free.
P. C. DEVLIN A CO., Stationers and General Agents,
J" i.iueriy si., jievr 1 or*.
~~~ IIOESKS, CARRIAGES, eV< .
At barker a son's
CITY AUCTION -MART AND NEW YORK TATTER.
CORNER OK BROADWAY AND THIRTY NINTH ST.
MAJOR CHARLES W. HAKKER, AUCTIONEER.
REGULAR SALES of Horses, Carriages, Ac.,
EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY,
AT II O'CLOCK.
TWENTY-FOUR hour* allowed for trial on every horse sold
THIS IS THE only auction mart in the State having
the proper facilities for showing horses on sale, vit:?A large
driving track, entirely under cover, and plenty of room lor
CATALOGUE OF SALE THIS DAY,
AT 11 O'CLOCK.
THE EXTRAORDINARY sale
OF FASHIONABLY BRED Trotting Stock,
BRED BY HON. A B. CONGER.
OF THE W A LI! K KG STUD. H AVKRSTKAW, N. Y.,
TWENTY HEAD of Mares. Geldings and Filliea.
Including the ceifktr.ted stallion Financier (hy Revenue, out
of tho dam of lionyvr't Edward Everett), the descendants of
R/sdyk's Hasometef on, Columbus. Long Island, Black
llawk, 0. M. ("lay, Ac . and the produce of the famous Sontag.
Kittle, Bland Temple (out of the dam of Flora Temple,
I'ilot Temple, Ac.), Lady Low, Roxie, Vesta, Yankee Girl,
CATALOGUES WITH extended pedigrees at tale.
IMMEDIATELY AFTER above will be sold '
TOP SIDE BAR Road Wagon, by Vaudugaw.
ROCKAWAY, NEARLY new, by Mott.
NO Toi' HI OK BAR Road Wagon. by guun'by.
ELEGANT BAY Mambrino Mare. l.iW high, I) yearn old;
a tine and very stylish driver, sharp traveller, hue pule inure.
Hint warranted sound and kind.
TWENTY-THREE other top and no top Road Wagons,
Depot, Express and Business Wagons, Carriages, Ac.
SEVERAL OTHER Horses.
FULL DESCRIPTION at sale.
HALES SEVER postponed on account of weather.
Tt public auction.
J\ BANKRl'PT SALE
OF FIXE HORSES AND ELEGANT FURNITURE.
THE MOST ATTRACTIVE HALE OF T1IE SEASON".
The Horses, Wagons, Sleighs, double and single Harness,
Robes, Ac., will be sold to morrow (Thursday), at lbs private
stable rear of the Episcopal church, corner Sladison nr.,
ENTRANCE IN 2MTH ST..
AT 11 O'CLOCK PROMPT,
the property of a late bankrupt jeweller of Maiden lane, who
would have none but the choicest, aud which will be sold regardless
of cost or value.
HIGH RUED SORREL MARE LADY Pl'LTOK.
is high, 6 rears old, sired by Dan Lambert, dam Victoria,
bv inported Trustee ; has trotted three heals at Monipclier,
Vt., uuder 2:3.">; is warranted sound and kind.
BAY HAMBI.ETONIAN MARE JUNO;
is l.Vi high, flyears old; sired by Morgan Hanibletonlan;
son ot Giant Morgan; darn a Rattler mare; raised by Mr.
Haynes, of Middletown, Vt.: trotted three heats in Portland.
Me., in 2 :B6. 2 :32 and 'J :31k ; has firm style and action
; loug, flowing tail aud mane; lias no superior as a gentleman
a road mare; is warranted sound and kind.
BAY GELDING ECLIPSE;
is 7 years old, 15)j high; got by American Eclipse; dam a
Black llawa mare, is a bold, prompt and pleasant roadster;
fears nothing; any lady can drive him ; trotted in 2 32', on
Prospect Park track last August: it warranted sound apd
HANDSOME BAY GELDING FLYING CLOl'D:
is INt, high, A years old; raised by Chas. Backman, Stony
Ford, Orange county. N. Y.; sired by General Knox ; dam
Lady Packer; purchased by present owner one year ago;
was entered in the 2 :40 class at Goshen, and won second
money in 2 :30k; ran show 2:HO tlds day; is warranted
sound* and kind in every particular.
ELEGANT ROAD AND SADDLE HORSE. COMBINED
YOUNG DEFIANCE it a handsome chestnut. l.V. high,
6years old; cannot be excelled for beauty or amiability ; he
can beat 2:40 any day; it safe for an invalid to ride or drive:
it wsrrsntcd sonnd and kind.
1 City made top full spring Wagon, pole and shaft A
1 elegant trimmed Portland Cutter Sleigh.
1 side har top Wagon; 1 Pony Phaeton.
1 set light double IIarness. by Dnneronib.
2 sets sleigh double Durness, by Slillin**.
Fine black bear, wolf and other Robes.
N. B.?Gentlemen who are In pnrsutt i?f something fait
and reliable will plena* call at any lime peevloua to aale, ride
behind and teal tnc speed if any of tba above boraea.
Sale absolute, aa the Assignee must realiae at once.
N. B?Hue notice of the aale of Furniture in Kridav'a
Herald. CHARLES WARD, Assignee.
1 BAY" horse, tt VBARB^OU). 15K HANDS. CAN
J\ beat 2;35, single or double, aound and kind; top
Wagon, light Phaeton, Portland Sleigh, Dunscomb liarueaa,
all nearly new. 57 Kaat 33d at.. 4lb av.
lbkrt b" waldkon, auctioneer,
will aell, oil TilURSDAY. JANUARY 13. 1870,
at 101* o'clock
at the old atablea of Jonea A Keynolda. So. <?)H West 3f??h
at.. between 1 Ith and 12th ava., 311 work and track linnet,
lftfi to I7>| bnnd? high, enltabie for all buaineaa; 3 double
Trucks. 4 tingle Trucks, Blankets and 13 seta double and tingle
first clash hor*ktiiaksk*m an i> oovr rk n
Express Wagon wanted. Address TURNER, I4J
hio wagonb sbllino hklow cost, ror ex
preaa, grocer, butcher, bakery, milk, depot and delivery;
Wagons, new and second band, troiu $31) to $1.'4I, at
wtgak manufactory 236 Spring at.
?#130 WILL BI T A GOOD CITY BI II.T TOP
Buggy, coat $45H last August . a fine Harness. *45;
Portland Cutter, $t*J; Robe, $2U Private stable, 33 East
A PARTY, WITH MEANS if ASH AN H I N BSf I Vbered
real estate), would bny out the block and Good
M III of any Staple Business in thia city. AddreM, eouttdan
tl ally, AMKKICK. Hwrald oBca.
\ CHANCE SELDOM OFFERED luK SAI.E* A
,\ beautiful ahllting leather top Wagon, wltb ike Brewster
improved spring, and fine Harness, Kobe. Blanket, Mat and
W hip; also two beautifully trimmed Portland Sleight, pole
and shafts; fine Cuupe Harness and double Harness, of the
Iwst city makers Ingnlre of the steward of the Union Club
Stables. No. 6 ISth St., one door of 5ib av. and opposite Belmont's.
lor three days.
-foffZH, on "account or MY husband's
^|a death, four Horses, suitable for truck, farmer or any
butiue-v ?*>, $50, $00. t*l Amity at., between Thotnpaon
k" irENTLKM AN OFFERS AT A MAORI PICE PAST
A black gelding Corner B..y, with a record of 2 .37; 9
years; 15'4 hands. tide bar top Wagon, Sleigh Robes, Ac ;
sold separately. No. 14<l Weal 30th *t.
(~orpk"roiTkaway, light" but wkll built, in
perfect order, platform apring, will be sold st a low
price. No. 355 nth av.
/ 10U PES, $700; LANDAULETS. ROCK A W AYS, FOR
V7 lonr passcngea; BAr.niches. Phaetons, Ilepot Wagons,
Buggies and Sleight at equally low prices. J. COLYEK A
I'll , :>!M Broadway.
LIT .BOAXT COI PKH A.VD R(M'KAWAT8
in beautiful de?i(tu? and popular prleea,
A H. y I.A.N ORA P,
372 and 374 Broome at., old atand ol Brewater A Co.
XCIIANUE-TV'AKTY WHO HAS PINK VBI.VKT
J Carpeta, p..od at new, alao flea Kixturea. will trade lor
ten pood. nound Work lloraea, lair *tyl?. Addreaa. for tbrea
daja, U. J. KfcMlCK. atation U.
tk, WEDNESDAY, JAM A
HOUSES, ( ARHI AGES, AC.
F^iiK SALF.-THK FINEST SADIM.K HOUSE IN TI1I8
city. Seen at private stahle No. JlEt East J*)th at.
IANDAULET, GOOD Art NEW, BUILT BY JOHN B.
LANDAU, IN HOOD ORDER, HV WOOD BSOH.
Three-quarter Clarence mew), built bv Miner A Steven*.
Top Koad Wairon, buiit by Brewster A Co.
Coupe, pood a* new, built bv Bradley A Co.
Top Koad Wapou, built bv W. Frank Duaeubury.
No top Road Wagons. by beat city maker..
A large assortment of top aud no'top Wagons, sold to pay
TWO HUNDRED PORTLAND AND ALBANY CUTTERS
AND SI.KDjHS^ AT VERY LOWl'KD'KS.
VAN TAHSKLL A KEARNF.Y.
at their mart, 110 anil 112 E st 13th st.
LESS THAN COST?THE BALANCE OF MY ULANkets
ami Rubes. Call and nee.
WM II. GRAY, 30 and 2*2 Woostcr at.
IOOK AT THIB.?190 HOKUM, i'ARTH. WAGONS,
J Ac., to be sold at auction, on Wednesday, January 12;
sale at II o'clnck A. M. Knot of 7-itli st. ami Kant Rivar.
SLEIUIJS, ROBES, BLANKETS, HELLS, AO.
Clearing out sale.
Lowest prices in twelve rears.
TIMS JOHNSON, AS Liberty st.
The la in est assortment ok Vlkihiis isTthb
eity, consisting of Allianys, I'ortlands, trimmed and untrimmml.
ponies, six-seat; Trotters at prices to suit the
times; also one Brewster Clarence, one Landaulot, one
Coupe, one Coupe Kockaway, six seats; one do., four seats;
also IV) second baud Carriages af all styles. Harness, Robes,
Hells, Ac. W. II OKAY, '-'li ami 22 \\ ouster st.
rpo owners (Tk horses.?no one who has
I erer used Or. tobias1 Horse Venetian Liniment will
ever be without It: it is a certain cure for colic, sore throat,
cuts, bruises and old sores; warranted superior to any other;
in pint bottles at $1; sold by all druggists. Depot, 1U 1'ark
TITANTED TO PURCHASE?A STOUT WELL* BRED
TV Holding, l.'i'j hands high ; a bright chestnut; ol grand
style, high action and well broken : to be used to the pole.
Address, stating all particulars. HORSE:, Herald office.
t1""ante:d a first class saddle; ilOKSB; vi st
M he Hi II hands, high knee action, very stylish and able
to trot in three minutes. Address D. E. 6., box 143 Herald
Uptown Branch office.
"IITANTED-ANY GENTLEMAN HAVING A VEIRY
IT line Dunscomb double buggy Harness, almost new.
and wishing to dispose of the same very low for cash, will
please address, describing the article, "how trimmed, Ac.,
and stating lowest cash price, w. W. ALEXANDEIK, 13
Central wharf. Buffalo, N. V.
<jts\c Bach.?ao sets new-"hand-made busi Pajel
ness Harness; suit butcher, tuilkiiiau, grocer or
exnresa. 124 West 19th st.
d?i r/T"?handsome ne:wtoi~business wagon ;
?JP L? >U. suit butclier, grocer, express or delivery. Llv.
ery stable 124 West llRh st.
SALES AT AUCTION.
^yKT NOTICE AND SALE.
Now on exhibition, day and evening, at the Art Rooms,
817 Broadway, the entire collection of
Tainting*, Brouses. Clocks,
artistic Furniture, Ornaments, Brie a Brae,
Ac., Ac., belonging to William Butler
Puucnn, Esq. To be sold by auction on
THURSDAY AFTERNOON, at 3 o'clock,
the E'urniture, IIt on res, Ac., and on
FRIDAY EVENING at S o'clock the Fainting*.
The Messrs. LEAYITT, Auctioneers.
RT.?GEORGE W. KEELKB. AUCTIONEER. *
lot) CABINET PAINTINGS, by American and foreign
artists. To be sold at auction at the KEEiLEiK ART GALLERY,
53 Liberty st., TO-DAY, January 12, at 12 o'clock.
1U Special and peremptory auction sale to
1 ay udvauces.
JAMES DENN.S A CO.. Auctioneers, this day (Wednesday),
11 A. M.. at ihe spacious auction rooms, 14 V -sey st.
(near the Astor House i. hi out 150 high class Oil I'i lutings,
richly trained, the whole forming an extraordinarily Une collection,
arid offering an extraordinary opportunity to housekeepers,
hotel k-opers ami oilor- VS < take ploasnre in
calling the s| 0 nil notice of purchasers to this sale, assuring
tl em that we shall -el evtry lot without resitve.
EXTRAORDINARY EX HI BIT! ON
of anperb Oil Enintin^s. The moiit superb collection of
ever exhibited in thin city, together with a very choice col
To bo told at auction, hi the Scbenck Gallery. No. HO Liberty
f*t., on Thursday ami Friday, .lanuary 13 and 14, at 12
o'clock each day. Now on exhibition.
EDWARD St.'HENCK, Auctioneer.
LBEKT B. WALI>R<>N, AU< TI <)NEEK?THIS J)AY,
at 12 o'clock, a superb Newfoundland Dog, a family
pet, and is a beauty.
LBERT B. WALDRC)N, AUCTIONKEK,
Salesroom* Kw Liberty and 111 Cedar *t.
Tills day. Furniture, Carpets, Bedding, Fancy floods,
Chromoa. Deska, Groceries. Cigars. Dry Goods, Toys. Ac.
A?TUNIS JOttNUON. AUCTIONEER.
Oldest stand in the city, 37 Nassau at.
On THURSDAY at 10# o'clock,
sale of Household and Office Furniture ; standard religious
and miscellaneous Works, Sunday School Hooks. Banners,
Maps of Palestine and the Holy LAtid. Gothic Stands an?f
Desks, canvas Tents, Flag*. Musical Instruments, Chairs. Ac.
Special attention of bunday school superintendents is
called to this sale on Thursday.
at 10# o'clock,
great bankrupt stock; Pianos, Organs, Ac., by the well
known makers. Mason A Hamlin, Burden, Erbau, Stein way,
Haines. Arion, Ac.
UCTIONSALE-THIS <WKDNKSDAYi .MOKX1 NO, AT
10# o'clock, at the large private house, IfUJ East 13th
?t.. near 4th av.. over $15,UJ<> worth handsome Household
Furniture; 21* Carpets; 2 magnificent Pianofortes. Gravid
Duchess and Marie Antoinette . Parlor Suits tn satiu, oro~
cade, ren and haircloth ; Paintings, Mirrors, Curtains, Bed*
steads. Bureaus. Washstauds. Mattresses. Bedding, Sideboard,
extension Table; Glass, China and Silverware ; Cutlery,
Lounges, Chairs, Oilcloths. Stoves, Ac.
J. KRAMER. Auctioneer.
A CCTION OF MAGNIFICENT HOUSEHOLD FURNI1v
ture this day. commencing at ID# o'clock, at four story
residence 21 Last 2??th St.. near Broadway, consisting of
magnificent Parlor Suits, Oil Paintings, Ktagere*, Outre
and marble Tables. Bookcases, Desks. Clocks. Curtains,
Vases, Mirrors, Buffet, Extension Tables. Chairs. Crockery,
Cutloiy. Carpets, Ac. HENRY ZINN, Auctioneer.
AucrioS -great ai ction balk
THIS (Wednesday) MORNING, at 10 o'clock,
at five story brown stoue mansion
No. 47 West 10th si., between
ftth nod Oth a vs.
Handsome Household Furniture, consisting of Parlor
Suits in crimson, blue and tan satin and brocade;
Steinway A Sons' Pianoforte. Centre Tables, Mirrors,
bronze Mantel Sets and Figures, Mirrors. Curtains, Bookcases.
Etageres, Cabinets. Desks, Library Tables, Easy
Chairs. Lounges, Turkish Suite; elaborate Bedroom Sets;
inlaid Bedsteads, Dressing Caaes, Chiffoniers, single and
double Bedsteads, Bureaus, Withstands, 37 hair and spring
Hiurewi, niiowf, isprenui, nmnsri*. canti * nairs.
Rockers, rep, plush and haircloth Suits . Extension Table,
Buffet, Chair* in leather. Silverware, Crockery. Hall Stand*.
39Carpct*. Kitchen Koniitnre, Ac. N. B -Sale positive.
TakeBth av car*. ROBERT C. CASHIN Auctioneer.
Auction sale magnificent household
Furniture, properly of E. Gay, Beq.,
to be sold 1IIIS (Wednesday; MoK.NIMi, commencing
at 10H o'clock, at the elegant Ave story brown stone
mansion No. 120 West 23d *t.. near 9th av.
Magnificent rosewood Etageres, lace Curtain". Mirrors,
two elegant Pianofortes, Steinway A Sons and Windsor,
with all late improvements: latest style inlaid Parlor Suits,
in satin brocatel and reps; Inlaid Centra Tables, Cabinets,
Jardinieres. Oil Painting*. Brontes. Chamber Suit* in wal
nut, Dressing Cases, Bedsteads, Bureaus, spring and hair
Mattresses, Carpets, Ac.; Bookcase. Books lady'* Seer*,
taire. Library Tables. Turkish Chairs, do. Rockers, dining
room Buffet, Extension Table. Chairs In leather, china Dinner
and Tea Seta, cut Glassware, Louuge*, IIaiialand; also
basement and servants' Furniture.
LUKE FITZGERALD. Anctloneer.
T> Y JolIN t,A. DUNN, At i l loN KKR.-WIU* BELL
j j this day, at 10 o'clock, at No. 024 3d av., Content**of
Restaurant. black walnut Counter and Shelving; Extension
Tables. Chairs, Mirrors. Stoves and Range* ; Crockery, Glass
ware. Cutlery, Showcase, Engravings, without reserve.
CNRORGK HoLBROt?K. ACCTIONEER HOLBKOOK
T A ROLLINS will sell this day. at 2 o'clock, at their
salesroom. 4."?4 and 45(1 Canal St., a general assortinent of
Household Furniture, Carpets, Oilcloth*, pier and mantel
Mirrors, Extension Tables. Mattresses, Bed* and Bedding.
Crockery, (ilaas and Plated Ware, Stoves, Sewing Machine*.
Kitchen Uteneila. Ac.
r'ERARD BETT8 A CO.. AUCTIONEERS.
T Store and salesroom, No. 7 Old slip and 1(>4 Pearl at.
SherifTs sale, THURSDAY, January 13, et II o'clock,
tt 119 East 11 tit st.; fancy black walnut Bar and Back Bar,
wltb Mirrors and Fixtures; also Chandelier*, with seven and
nine burner*, aud Globes taken to the above place for convenience
of sale. WILLIAM C. CONNER, Sheriff.
D. U. flits. Dennty.
it."CHRIRTALLER, AUCTIONEER. 17 ABINGDON
, square (Hth av i. will sell on Thursdav, January 13. at
Ititp o'clock, at No. IV Abingdon square, Housebold Furniture
of family declining housekeeping?Enamelled and
black walnut Bedroom Suits, marble lop Bureau. Wardrobes,
Bookstand, rep Parlor Suit. Sideboard, large Parlor
Stove, new style Ca.-pets, Mirrors. Chairs and other Articles.
Buyers, dealers and speculators invited.
JM CIIKISTALLKK. AUCTIONEER, 17 ABINGDON
, square (Sth av.l, will sell this day (Wednesday
January 12. at lOJ^ A. M . elegant Household Furniture or
family going to Europe. consisting of Kitchen Utensils,
black walnut Dining Table and Chairs, China and silver
Sets, velvet, Brussels ar.d Ingrain Carpets. Oilcloth* and
Stair Carpels, black walnut Bedtuwm Suit*, rosewood lirocatel
Parlor Suit, elegant 7 octave Piano, Mirrors, Paintings,
Ac., contained In the brown stone residence 4-4 East Il2th
st . third house east of Madison a v. Take 3d av. car* and
walk three blocks west. Buyers, dealer* invited. Imm*.
diaiely after the aaie the House will be sold at auction on
J P. TRAVKR, AUCTIONEER -MARSHAL'S SALE.
. this day, at II o'clock, at Ml Great Jones it ; 3f> family
anil other Sewing Machines, 30 Chmmo* and Pictures , veneral
assortment Furniture, Carpets, feather Beds, hair Mat
tresses, fine 7 octave Piano, Stores, barrel* Potatoes,
Prunes, Cheese, builders' llardwsrs, Ten*. Coffees. Ae.
A. B. CLARK. Marshal.
AKSHAL S SALE,?PETER BOWK, AC CTH INKER,
sells this day. at 10 o'clork sharp, at No. oH7 Canal st.,
ill* contents of a Clothing and Trunk Store, consisting of
Coats. Pants, Vests. Shirts, Underclothing. Hosiery.
Trunks. Valises, Satchels, Boots, Shoes. Rnhlier Goods, Ac.
Dealers Invited. P. DAI LET. Marshal.
Nl'SHBAUM, AUCTIONEER, 201 BOWKRT,
. sells this day at II o'elock. at t?2 1st sr., near 329
st.. Fixtures of Oyster Saloon; Counters, Tables, (.'hairs.
icenox, vrocaery, iinrif, nicon. ?c., in loll;
Mortgage hale-henry orehkk, "aFctiojT.
rrr, office 2W lit it., ?ell? (hi* day, ?t Kt', o'clock, at
Ml Lewli ?t., ?nllre Klslnrpt, kc., of a l.aper Heer Saloon ;
alio. at 4r? U?|| it., entire Furniture of a Hurler HI.op; ,
tale positive. M. OHKIIF.K Attorney for Mori **? ?.
RY 12, 1876?WITH SUPI
SALES AT AUCTIOW,
MOKTGAUB *ALE.?IMIDOKBt J. SWABKKOPK,
Aurti?a<-er. ??ll? at 'J o'clock, at M a*. H, Kumitur*.
Cnrprta, Hnliirad?, C'rovkrry, Sioveo. Mirr"r?, Clock!, of
private family. h HAUN, Attorney for aortgajraa,
? looim o?? If II .-TIllW.
i\l. eer. sell* this <l?v, nt ln)^ o'clock, at No. 13 Chamber*
st., the Contents of a Barber Shop, Ac. By order 1'.
Feeny, City Marshal.
PAWNHROKKR7 ~ SALK ^iT:IOS J~ M' dKATil Al'O."
tioneer. IS? ChathaDi st.. corner Mulberry, will ael
thia day, at 11 o'clock, men and women's Clothing, Dromes'
Shawl*. Remnants, V}uilt?, Beds, Bedding. Boots, Shoes,
Ac.; also Coats, I'ant- and Vest*. By order C. Dang, av, C.,
and L. Cohen. Canal st.
RTCHAJU> WALTERS' SON'S, AUCTIONEERS?OKOreries.
Marshal's sale?Will sell this day (Wednesday i,
at Id1, o'clock, at salesroom 27 East Broadway, the Stork
and Fixtures of a Grocery Store?vis.. Teas, Coffees, Spices,
Soap, Starch. Pickles, Canned Woods, Pails, Crackers, disss
Cases, Counters, Icebox, Shelving, Ac. L. LEt'BUSClIER,
QHKRIKE'S 8ALB Tip MILLINERY AND FANCY
CJ Goods, Showcases, Ac.?8. HERMAN, Sheriff's Auctioneer,
sells this day i(Wednesday), January IX at 11 o'clock,
No. 13 Bowery, a larre and general assortment of fine Millinery
Uoods, consisting of fine Bonnets, Hoods, Ribbons,
Laces. Flowers, Feathers, ltuchlng. Ruining, Vailing, Valval;
also Handkerchiefs. Dolls, Leggings, Saoque*. Ac. ; also
line Showcases, Ac. Sale positive. Dealers invited.
WILLIAM C. CONNER, Sheriff.
Tiionis Drsi.sr, Jr., Deputy.
OHKRIFF'S SALE OF (JROt'F.RI KB. FIXTl'RES,
0 llorae. Wagon. Ac S. HERMAN, Sheriff's Auctioneer,
sells this day (Wednesday), January 12. at Id o'clock, at
northeast corner ,r>7th st. anil 2d av., the Stock and Fixtures
of a first class Grocery Store, consisting of Teas, Coffees,
Sugars, Spices, canned Fruits Oils. Sardines. Rice, Barley,
Starch, Soap, Candles, Ac.; also Fixtures, Counters. Scales,
Ice Box; also Horse, Wagon and Harness. Sale positive.
Dealers Invited. WILLIAM C. CONNER, Sheriff.
a B. (Kaluga*. Deputy.
rFHOMAB C.AFFNEY A SMITH, AUCTIONEERS, 17
1 Centre St.. fell tills day, at 11 o'clock, the Stock, Lease
and Fixtntes of the old established hotel and restaurant
northeast corner of Union place and Box St., opposite Crosstown
Railroad depot, Ureeupoiut. Sale positive, iu alio ur
A SPLENDID MEAT MARKET FOR SALE CHEAP;
also Fish aud Oyster Markets
MITCHELL'S Agency. 77 Cedar St.
A ?cOR SALE, BUTTER STORK, UROCERIES, TEA
-IV. Stores, Restaurants Hotels. Oyster House*.
MITCHELL'S Agency. 77 Cedar st.
A -FTNE"BAKERIES"TOi SALE CHEAP AND TO
it, let; Liquor Stores, Cigar Stores.
MITCHELL'S Agency. 77 Cedar st.
A" FIRST CLASS CORNER LIgL'OR STOKE. ON A
leading avenue on tire west side ; a great chance. An
ply to UAFFNEY A SMITH, Auctioneers, office 17
A FIRST CLASS OYSTER HOUSE, IN' THE BEST
locality In Brooklyn, K. D.; doing a good liusiuess ;
UAFFNEY A SMITH. Auctioneers, 17 Centre st.
FIRST CLASH CIGAR STORE FOR SAI.H-NICKly
tilted, in excellent location; cheap rent; average
sales per day $2-? to $30.
MALONE A SHEFFIELD, No. 5 Dey st.^
FIRST CLASH LIQUOR STOKE EXCELLENT
neighborhood; downtown Sample Room ; good Liquor
Stores to exchange; resiauraut&
M ALONE A. SHEFFIELD, Store Brokers, No. 5 Dey st.
HEN I I.KM AN WILL IGSPOgB OP AT A HACRTfire
his valuable collection of Painting*, Curiosities
end Library. Address CURIOSITIES, box 13 Post office.
New Hope, Bucks county, Pa.
UTTFH, CHKKSK AYD ECO STAND FOR SALE
cheap? Doing a cash business. Address J. W.t Herald
RUG 8TOKB FOR SALE IN THE WEST.?RARE
chance; very handsomely fitted and doing a pood business;
situated on most prominent corner in a growing city
of 10,<k)0population; an important railroad centre and surrounded
by a fine farming country; satisfactory reasons
given for helling. For particulars address W. T. TINSLEY,
Lyons, N. Y.
took Sale a paokino box pactobt, row runF
ning and doing a good business. Inquire of H. B. DUNHAM
A M >N8, 189 BrSSdVIJ.
B~Tor~sale? a First class bakery, doing a
business of 1H barrels over the counter. Inquire in
the Hour store corner Mti av. and 4C?th st.
CUKOY STORK FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN?r>
A1 years established. In a fine business locality; good
chance tor ladv with small family and moderate means. Apply
at 201 Bleeckcr st.
LK il'R ELEGANT Si LV LKPLATEI) SlKlWl ASKS,
r with Counters; French plute glass; new. patent slide
doors; sold cheap for want of room. \VM. JEr'PERD, 08
I/IOR VALK-A KIKST CLASS OLD ESTABLISHED
r Liquor Store, together with Stock. Lease and Fixtures;
can be bought cheap this day or at auction to-morrow. Apply
at 0U Watt st.
FIOR SALE?LEASE AND FURNITURE OF A ID)
room Hotel, in centre of city, near 10th and Chestnut
st*.; elegantly furnished, well filled. Apply to JOHN 11.
SCOTT, Jr . - South 4tti at.. Philadelphia.
IjlOft SALE? RESTAURANT, VERY CHEAP. 42H
1 East Houston st.
tjH>R BALE?IN JBRSRY CITY, A OOOD COBNRR
' Liquor Store, doing a good ca*h business, near two terries;
reason for selling, owner has other business to attend ;
will sell with or without stock; two years' lease from next
May. For particulars apply to JOSEPH WARItAN, 331
Grove st., near Newark av., Jersey City.
EWTsALR A PRIVATE LIBRARY 51 STANDARD
r |V|pks. including Dora's works. Address A. F. Y., bo*
144> Post office, Bristol, Pa , or J h. P.. box ti.tiPl Post office,
FUR KALE CHEAP.?A FIRST CLASH GROCERY
Establishment In Brooklyn, consisting of three wagons,
horses, harness, store flxtiirea. lease and a complete stock
of groceries, together with a Inrge trade; reason for selling,
owner going to South America. Address liAKE CHANCE,
box R.'7 Herald oltice.
F|H>R DALS-A PIR8T CLASH BUSINESS. WELL
established and out of debt; profits good; will be sold
for part cash, and real estate security taken for remainder;
satisfactory reasons given lor selling. Address box 0 station
i/klr SALE -THE STOCK AND FIXTURES OP AN
r old established Cigar Store. Apply at Hi Pulton St.,
1.TOR SALE?STOCK, GOOD WILL AND FIXTURES OP
L one of the largest and oldest established Millinery and
Fancy Stores on 8th av.; favorable terms; satisfactory
reasons lor selling. Address OPPORTUNI TY, station E,
OYSTER ANI) Ll'NUH ROOM I lilt SALE-A GOOD
bargain. Call and see lor yourself, at 404 Canal xt.
OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE FOR sALK CHEAP FOR
cash ; good stand for dining saloon. Apply at 28 West
SAFKs CHEAP FOR CASH -HERRING 8. wilder s,
Marvin's: all sires; Jewelry, s Ik and banking Safes,
with steel vaults; Lillie's improved Safes at reduced prices.
7i Maiden lane.
tfcemn ,as" ?a grocery" i or salkTon rtTi
ifiuvU av. good location; low rent. Apply to L.
( RAW FORD, S9H tith av.
if) (Wtn CASH WTLL BUY A FIRST (LASS >AMr
V-**"""''" P'o Room, centrally located in the city u
Neaark. now doing a very profitable Ural class business. For
farther particulars address box lfvii Post office, Newark,
JH A All I N FRY.
F'i iIt KALE?TWO TRACTION ENGINES. 4 FEET 8';
Inches gauge ; weight, 8 aud 10 tons. Impure of W. C.
MUTTON, 74 Wooster at.
I WANT TO PURCHASE ON On" DAYSTIME. A
I small Lathe, with slide rest and countershaft. Address,
with descriution and price, RESPONSIBLE, Herald ofllre.
Ur ANTF.D?A SECOND HAND MOULDING MACHINE,
111 Inches, four tides; must be in good order, and very
cheap for cash. Address EDWARD RIELLY, No. 4W East
AlTANTED?A GOOD BEOOND HAND FIRE ENGINE.
?T Address 0. B. KNIGHT A CO., Monroe, N. Y.
" Fl HNITl IIP..
\? vvr.r.M.i ami .nii.irni.1 imiuk.iik iakc.i
. fur Furniture. Carpets and Bedding at H M. COWPKKTHWAiT
A CO.'S, 15f> and 157 Chatham si. Au im
memo? stock at low prices.
t i ction ROOM 39 iait isth sr. furniture,
j\. ' nrpets, Mirror*, Pianos, Organs, Cabinets, Etagere,
faint lit tew. Ac. Pri ? ;tte sale at auction price*.
A MAtiMFICENY'SATIN BKiMAIIK PAKI.OR SUIT
.jY. coal *.-<75. Tor *100; one do., $75; I'ianolortc. ( hamber
Suit a. Mattrcaaea. Bedding. walnut rep and haircloth Snita,
R.'5 up: Carpet*. 3t)c.; Extension Table. Mlverware; a iacrilicc
Residence IU5 East 13th at., near 4th av.
A LAIIOE AHBOBTMI N r "f r MtPKTS. FURNITURE
;\ and Hedding at lowoat caah prices, at t?'FA KKELL'rl
R urerooint, 410 silt av., between .Kith and 31st sis. Payments
taken weekly or monthly.
1/oK SAI.k- AT. PHIVATE KK-IDKM I lii WEST tflfl
f St., near tlth av . Parlor Suits. In aatin, coat (I.I*HI lor
'.VI; one do.. $l'i >; rep and haircloth Suits. and $50;
Bedsteads, Rureaiia. Washstaiid*. hair and spring Mattresses.
Extension Tables. Buffet. Chaira; an elegant rosewood four
round Windsor Piano, $250: a bargain.
tiAMtLT annuo up iocaiiiriiS and ooino
to Karope. having a ma'.-nllleently fttrniahed hou-e,
will tell the entire Furniture at a great bargain if applied
tor immediately. The House, lour atory. high ato ?p, -? left,
is in a most desirable location and may be leased. Address
El ROI'K. Herald Uptown Hraneh office.
/TOOll HECONlP HAND AND MISFIT KMil.ldl
AX Brussels, three ply and ingrain Carpets; also I lileloths.
Coco* Matting. Ac., very cheap, at the old place, 112 Full-u
at , aide entrance.
t MKKICAX STANDARD BEVEL BILLIARD TABLES,
j\_ with Delaney a wire cushions. solely used In all chsm
iiiouship and match games. second hand Tables at great bargains.
W. II. ORIKF1TH A CO.. 40 Vesey at.
/ i.i.'kmikr s m am>ai:i> American bevel
^ Billiard 'failles, with the celebrated Phelan A Collendor
coiiibiiiation cushion*, for iala in till* city only at 73* Broadw
I JilKliAN .4 BILLIARD TABLE*. FOR HALF, ONLY AT
X I'helan's Wsrerooms, 3U East 14th it., corner University
place, New York.
rftHRK~k "bbcond iianTi bevel tables. size
i t'.xi*. in splendid condition, will be lotd at a bar tain,
t all/tor three days, at 15* South 5th ar., from HI till I P M.
POST OFFII B KOTH K.
r<T OFFICE NOTICE.
The foreign mail* for the week ending Saturday, January
15. I*'B. wall close at tbi* office on Wednesday, at 3;ig)
A. M . for Europe, per steamer Algeria via Qu?*n*to*n; on
Thursday, at M .30 A. M . for Europe per steamer Huevla via
Pi,mouth. Cherbourg and Hamburg; on Saturday, at 5
A. M., for England, Wales, Ireland and France, per steamer
Adriatic via <V'iecn?Uiwn, and at 5 A. M. for Scotland direct.
?rr steamer Anchoria via lilasgow, and at II 3D A. M for
lu'opc, per steamer Hermann via Southampton and Bramen.
Mall* for China, Japan, Ac., will leave San Francisco Febrasry
Mail* for Analralla. New Zealand, Ac., wilt leave San
Francisco, February 2, 1B7U.
T. L. J AMES. Postmaster.
X^ATIO.NAI, LINK I 1
1.1 From pier* Ni>?. 44 snd 47 North Rtvfr
IviR LONDON DIRECT. t
GREECE. Wednesday Jan. 12. :i P. M. .1
FUANCK Thursday. Jan j, |j A j|
FOR yt'EKNKToWN AND LIVERPOOL I
THR Ql'EKN. .Jan. 15. M A M. I fc.NOLAND.Jaa 22 1 P M. 4
Cabin passage. fflO and $7o, currency. Steerage at grostlv f
red a red price*. Return ticket* at reduced rates. Prepaid
steerage ticket* from Liverpool at tli# luweat ratei App:y 1
at the company'. office, 69 Broadway.
11 UNAKD L1NK.-B. AND N. A- E M. 8. P. CO
With a view to diminishing the chance, or collision. the ,
It ram era of this line take a spcciHc course for all seasous of
On the ontward passage from Queen.town to New 1 ork or
Bolton crossing the meridian ol 5t> at 43 latitude, or nothing
to the north of 43. ...
Ou the homeward passage. crowing the meridian of oO at
42 latitude, or nothing to the north of 42.
FROM SEW YoltK Folt LIVERPOOL AND
ALGERIA Wed., Jan. 12 i AllYSSINIA.. Wed., Feb. 16
JAVA Wed., Jan. 19 JAVA Wed., Feb. 23
RISS1A Wed., Jan. 26 | Mll'SSIA Wed., March 1
CHINA Wed., Fiib. 2 / CHINA Wed.. March H
PAKTHIA Wed.. fc>b. 9 | PAKTHIA. Wed., March 15
Steamer* marked * do not carry steerage passenger*.
Cabin passage. $80. $100 and If 130, tola, according to accommodation.
Return tickets on favorable terms.
Steerage tickets to and from all parts of fc.urope at very
low rales. Freight and passage office. No. 4 Howling tireeu.
CHARLES U FRANOKLYN, Agent.
PASSENGERS PER sTEAMslllP ALGERIA EMMaRK
J. Irom the Cunard wliart, loot ot Grand St.. Jersey City, at
6:30 A. M . on Wednesday, January 12,1876. C11A8. (J.
FRANCKLYN. No. 4 Bowling Green, New V. ia.
(N HEAT WESTERN STEAMSHIP LINK.
J TO BRISTOL (ENGLAND) DIRECT.
Sailing from pier 18 East River, as follows
ARAfiON. Syinons Wednesday, J amiary 26
Cabin passage. *70: intermediate, $45; steerage, $30, currency;
excursion tickets, $120.
Apply to W. D. MORGAN, Agent, 70 South street.
ONLY DIRECT LINE *0 FRANCE.
THE GENERAL TRANSATLANTIC COMPANY'S
MAIL STEAMERS BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAVRE, VIA PLYMOUTH.
The splendid vessels on this favorite route lor the Conti
nent .being more southerly than any other), will sail troui
pier No. 50 North River, a* follows
LABRADOR, Sunglier Saturday, Jan. 22
PEKEIRE, Daure Saturday, Feb. 5
PRICE OF PASSAGE IN GOLD (including wine)
First Cabin, $110 to f 120. according to accouiuiodation ;
Second, $72; Third Cabin, $40.
Return tickets at reduced rates.
Steerage $26, with superior accommodation, including all 1
necessaries, w ithout extra charge. I
Steamers marked thus " do not carry steerage passengers.
LOUIS DE BEHIAN, Agent, 55 Broadway. '
VfORTH GERMAN LLOYD. ~
IN 8TEAMS1111' LINE BETWEEN NEW YORK.
SOUTHAMPTON AND BREMEN. |
Company'* pier, toot of 2d St., llobuken.
HERMANN Jan. 15 1 AMERICA Jan 29
HOlIENSTAUFFE.N .Jan. 22 | ODER Fob. 5 <
Kates of passage lrom .New York to Southampton, Havre '
or Hreint u
First Cabin, $100, gold: Second CablD, $61), gold ; Steerage, I
Return tickets at reduced rates.
Prepaid steerage certiorates, $32, currency.
For freight or passage uppiy to
OELKICHS A CO., No. 2 Bowling Green.
1VHITR STAR LINK.
W FOR UUEENSToWN OR LIVERPOOL,
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAIL.
The steamers of this Hue take the Lane route recommended
by Lieutenant Maury. U. S. N? going south of the
Hank** on the passage to (^uet-nxlown all the year round.
ADRI ATIC January 15, nt 8 A. m.
BALTIC January 22, at 2 P. M.
REPUBLIC J nuuary 21*. at 7 A. M.
GERMANIC February 5. at 1 I'. M.
CELTIC February 12 at 7 A. M.
From the White Star Docks, pier 52 North River.
Rates?Saloon, $60, $**' and $100 iu gold; return tickets
on reasonable terms Steerage, $28.
Saloon, staterooms, smoking and bath rooms are placed
amidstiipa. where the noise and motion are least, affording a
degree of comfort hitherto unattainable at sea.
For inspection of plans and other information apply at the
company's office, 3i Broadway, New York.
R. J. CORTI8, Agent.
State link-to glasuowt ltverpool, dublin
BELFAST AND LONDONDERRY
sailing from Eagle pier, Hoboken. N. J.
STATE OF INDIANA Thursday, Jan. in
STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA Thursday. J an. 27
STATE OF VIRGINIA Thursday, Feb. 3
and every alternate Thursday thereafter. First cabin, $00,
$70 and $80; return tickets. $120. Second cabin. $45; re
turn tickets. $80. Steerage at lowest rates. Apply to
\l ST1N, BALDWIN ?t #0., Agents, No. 72 Broadway.
Steerage, No. 45 Broadway.
WILSON LINE F()R 80UT1IAMPTON AND HULL,
it sailing from pier 53, North River, as follows:?
NAVARINO Jan. 20 I OTHELLO Feb. 26
COLOMBO Feb. 12 | HINDOO March 11
First cabin, $70, currency ; second cabin, $45, currency.
Excursion tickets on very favorable terms Through tickets
issued to Continental and Baltic ports. Apply tor lull pur
charles l. wright a co., 56 South it.
Royal Mail Steamer* are appointed to sail a* follows
FOR OUEKNhToWN AND LIVERPOOL
CITY OK NEW YORK Saturday, Jhu. If., at 8 A. M.
CITY OK RICHMOND Saturday. Jan. 22, at 2 I'. M.
CITY OK BROOKLYN Saturday, J an. 29. at 7 A. M.
CITY' OK CHESTER Saturday, Feb. 5, at 1 I'. M,
CITY OK MONTREAL Saturday, Feb. 12. at 7'A M.
and each succeeding Saturday, from pier 45 North Klver.
KA TES ot' PASS AO E.
Cabin ..$60, $60 and $100, gold.
Steerage $26, currency.
Drafts issued at lowest rates.
Fur cabin passage anil general business apply at t he ooutpany's
office. No. 15 Broadway.
For steerage passage at 3d Broadway, or pier 45 North
john o. DALE. Agent.
Most oirect and economical route to holland.
belgium, the kiiink. switzerland
ac.. ac.. via rotterdam.
Steamer MAAS January 6
Steamer ROTTERDAM January 20
These beautiful steamers, carrying the United States mall
to the Netherlands, are irreat favorites with the public.
Trips regular; rates low; comfort and living perfect.
For height, . _ For passage,
punch, edye a co. l w. morris,
'AMBURG-AMERICAN'' PACKET COMPANY'S LINK
for PLYMOUTH. CHERBOURG and HAMBURG.
Si KVIA Jan. 13 KLOI'STOCK Jan. 27
UELLEKT Jan. 20 KKIS1A Feb. 3
Kates of passage to Plymouth. London, Cherbourg. Mam
bnrg and all points in England, Scotland and Wales:?
Cabin, first saloon, gold $l'?t
Cabin, second saloon, gold. Bo
Steerage, currency 30
KUNUARDT A CO.. C. B RICHARD A BOAS.
General Agents, General Passenger Agents, ,
61 Broad street. New York. 61 Broadway. New York.
"RED STAR LINE
J V Appointed to carry the Belgian and United States
mails. The following steamers are appointed to sail :?
Krom Philadelphia. | From New York.
YADKRLAND Jan 15 | STATE OK NEVADA Jan. 4
NEDEKLAND Feb. hi SWITZERLAND Jan 28
Kor Philadelphia. | For New York.
NEDEKLAND Ian. 16 SWITZERLAND Ian 4
VADEKLAND Feb. b I STATE OF NEV ADA-Jati 28
PRICES OK PASSAGE IN CURRENCY.
First Cabin $ho | Second Cabin $>10
Steerage tickets to and from all points at the lowest rates.
Passenger accommodations for all classes unsurpassed.
For passage, rates ol freight and other information apply
to GEORGE W. COLTON, Agent. 42 Broad street.
PETER WRIGHT A SONS, General Agents,
3t?7 Walnut street, Philadelphia.
L'KITED STATES MAIL LINE-STEAM TO Ul liENSTOWN
sailing every TUESDAY
from pier 46 North River.
IDAHO Ian IS, 10 A. M. I WYOMING. ..Feb ft, .1 P. M l
DAKOTA Ian. 25. 3 P. M. NEVADA... .Pelt. 15. HA. M.
WISCONSIN.Ieb l.h'j A.M. I MONTANA Feb. 22, 3 A. M.
Cabin. $65, $7n and $SD currency.
Intermediate, $46; steerage. $26. 1
Passengers hooked to and from Paris, Hamliurg, Norway, I
Sweden. Ac. Drafts on Ireland, England, France and Ger- '
many at lowest rates.
WILLIAMS A GITION, 20 Broadway.
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAIL.
nkw york ami) glasgow.
ETHIOPIA Saturday, January 15, at 8 A. M.
VICTORIA Saturday, January 22, at 2 1'. M. <
BOI.IVIA Saturday, January^!!. at 7 A. M. I
ELYSIa Saturday, February 5, at 1 P. M. <
TO GLASGOW. LIVERPOOL, LONDONDERRY,
QUKENhTOWN OR BELFAST. 1
Cabin, F85 to $KI, currency, according t? accommodation.
INTERMEDIATE, $35; STEERAGE. $2&
Drafts is?ucd to anv amount at current rates
HENDERSON BROS, Agents, No 7 Bowling Green.
IJACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP LINE.
1 OR CALIFORNIA, JAPAN. CHINA. AI'STRALIA,
NEW ZEALAND, BRITISH COLL'M HI A. Ac., Ac.
Sailing from Pier foot of Canal at.. North River. ,
FOR SAN FRANCISCO VIA ISTHMUS OK PANAMA.
Steamahip ACAPl'LCO Saturday. Jan. 15. at 12 noon. ]
'Miinrctlnir for all Central American and South Pacific Porta
FROM 8ANFRANCI8CO TO JAPAN AND CHINA.
Steamship ALASKA... February 1.
FROM SAN FRANCISCO TO AUSTRALIA AND NEW
ZEALAND, VIA HONOLULU. 8. I.
Steamahip Monday, January 31,
and every four week, thereafter. ,
FROM SAN FRANCISCO TO VICTORIA, PORT
TOWNSKND. TACOMA. PORTLAND, Ac.. Ac.
on tne loth. IWlth and 30th of every month.
For freight or passage apply at foot of Canal at.. N. R.
11 J. Bl'LLAY, Superintendent.
Texas link for oalveston, touching at key
West, carrying the United Statea mall ? The steamer
CLYDE. Captain Kennedy, will tall on Saturday. J?nnary 15,
at :t P M.; from pier 20 East River. Through bills of lading
given to all points on the Houston and Texas. Central International
and Great Northern. Galveaton. Houston anA
Henderson and the Galveston. Harrisburg and Sen Antonio
railroads. Freight and insurance at lowe.t rates. For
freight or passage, having superior accommodations, apply
to c. II. .MALLORY A CO., 153 Maiden lane, or W. v.
CLYDE, No. 0 Bowling (Ireen.
IIT KF.KLY FLORIDA LINK. '
Tv Port Royal. S. C.; Fernandlna, Fla.: Brunswick. Oa. '
The favorite and well known steamer MONTGOM KRY, '
Falrclolh master, having superior accommodations for passengers,
will sail Thursday. January 13, from pier No IS
East River, at 3 P. M., to above ports, making connections
with all points Houtli and Ronthweel via Port Royal, tlie .
Florida atul Brunswick railroads.
First class passage to Fernandlna $2<1 GO
First i lass paaaage to Jacksonville
First class passage to Augusta ...' IIP "> Through
tickets issued pi all polnta South and Southwest.
Steamer II ATTKRA8. Monkia master, will follow January
2u Forfr?.,htar P^Xm^LPCKR. No 5 William ... '
N' Y., HAVANA AND MEXICAN MAIL SS LINE
. Meainers leave pier Nw 3 North River at J I. M.
for HAVANA DIRECT.
CITY OF HAVANA '
CITY of VERA CRUZ Thursday. Jan. jo
CITY OF NEW YORK Jmi 11
FnR VF.KA CRI Z AND NKW ORLEANS. '
rla Havana. Prnereao, Campenr-hy, Tu?p?o anil Tamplrn. i
CITY OK HAVANA Tueaday. Jan. IS
CITT OK Tueaday, Feb. * \
r" '"^LiVlVoWl SONS. SI and .13 Prnadway. ^
Steamer* will leave Nrw Orleana January j*j and Keb
uary IJ far Vara Crui and all Iba othar porta. t
T>TlT/n,l PATTT) /IPVfTCt
? ivivrj rvn a
hioK NASSAU. N P -RBOULAB MAIL STEAMSHIP
line.? The next three departures will be from New Vi ik
rie Savanna)), (la., .Ian IS, Jan. 25 and Feb. H. Apply to
iIUKBAY, FERRIS & CO., Agtnts, 62 South it reel.
Jtar HALL UXK
UNITED STATl-.S AND BRAZIL MAIL STEAMSHIPS.
allium regularly every month front Watson's Wharf, BrnoaIvu,
N Y .
or PARA, PERNAMBUCU, HA ill A and RIO JANEIRO,
calling at St. John's, Porto Klco,
NELLIE MARTIN. a.OOOtons. January 22. at 2 P. M.
JOHN BRA MALL. 2.500 tons. February.
J H WALKER. 2,7(Ot<.n?, March.
These aioamrn are perfectly new. with all the !?te?t im.
prov. meats. huvlng tlrst class passenger accommodations,
lor height and passage. at reduced rates, apply to
,r. S. TUCKER A CO., Agents, id Pine -t
>h new Orleans direct.
T THE CROMWELL LINE.
NEW ORLEANS, Captaiu Dearborn,
on Saturday. January 15, at 3 o'clock P. M.,
from pier No. 9 North River.
Through bills of ta lin/ given to Mobile and all principal
points im the Mississippi River
Cabin passage. A*). ,t, erase, $25.
Apply to ci.ark t Ea\i a V. Htl Weet ?t. _
VrOROAN S LINE, t.E S I I' AMSIIIPS,
?,,r N?w Orleans Hnd Texas,
will ?a?l every Saturday to New Orleans, transferring Te*a?
freocju tliere to Morgan ? Lou.tiling and Texu Railroad fur
Hrannear; tuutuo per ?ieuuier of Morirau*a line to Texaa
The stealer SEW YORK will tail from p er 'ttl Vorth
River, on Saturday. January 15. at U 1*. M.. for .New Orleans
Through billa of lading signed to Mobile. Galveston, and
to all points on the Galveston, llarrishurg and San Antonio,
Houston aud Texas Central, International and Great Northern.
Texas and Pacific and Trans-Continental railroad, ami
to Indianola and Sun Antonio, and ail points on the Golf
Western Texas ami Pacific Railway, Kratos Santiago Corpus
t'hrisli, Rockporl, St. Mary's and Fulton.
Freight for St. Mary's and Fulton landed at Hockport.
Lighterage and Channel dues at either Corpus Chrtati or
hrar.ot Santiago at the expense and risk of consignee.
Freight for Brownsville. Mntamoroe and points in lite interior
inti?t have consignee at Brums Santiago.
Insurance can lie effected under open policy of l' A Whitney
A Co., New Orleans. From New York to New Orleans,
I, per rent; from New York to all Texas ports via New Orleans,
J, per cent.
Freight at lowest rate*. For freight or further informatiou
apply ^yARLES A. WHITNEY A CO., Agents,
Pier No.th River.
NTEW YORK AND HAVANA DIRECT MAIL LINKHifNfl
first class steamships will ?uil at d I*. M from
ni.rtM N?r(l. Ulm.r 111' I ' u 11 u t' vtreut f<?P I lit Villi it
?? follow* : ?
rKKSi'K.NT CITY" Thnmday, Jan 13
COLUMBUS Tuuwlajr, Jan. ar,
Knr IreiK'I'f anil immune, having unaurpaueii avoouiinudalions.
*P',lyyJ-j| P c'.YDE A CO., No. 0 Bowlln* Oreen,
McKeller, Luling A Co., Agents in Havana.
OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
sailing from pier 37 North River.
For Norfolk, City Point und Richmond, Tuesdays, Thurs?
lays and Saturday* at 3 P M.. connecting with thw Virginia
uii?i Teunesnee Air Lino, Atlantic Coast Lino, Piedmont Air
Line, Chesapeake and Oldo Railroad, and with the comiiany's
steam linos t.> interior points in North Carolina ami
Virginia. Newborn and Washington, S. C. <via Norfolk;,
every Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday.
Lewes, Del , Monday and Thursday at 4 P. M., connecting
with Maryland and Delaware railroads.
Passenger accommodations unsurpassed.
Through passage tickets and hills of lading to all points at
lowest rate* Insurance to Norfolk, Ac., percent. Freight
received daily at pier 37 North River General offices, 197
Greenwich street. N. L. McCREADY, President.
i ll K V ELLERr OHDSh
1 ' GREAT TRL'NK LINF.
AND UNITED MATES MAIL ROUTB
Trams leave New York, via Desbroases aud Cortland!
St., ferries as follows ?
Express, for Harrisburg. Pittsburg, the West and South,
with Pullman Palace Cars attached, 9:30 A. M., t> atiu
8:30 P. M Sunday. 6 and 8:30 P. M.
For Wllliamsport and Lock Haven at 9:10 A. M. and 8:30
P. M. Kor Corry and Erie. 8:30 P. M . connecting at
Corry for TitUhville, Petroleum Centre, and the Oil
For Baltimore, Washington and the South, "Limited Washington
Express" of Cullman Purine Cars daily, except
Sunday, 9:30 A.M., arrive Washington 4 :I0 P. M. Regular
at 8:40 A. M., 3 aud 0 P. M. Sunday 9 P. M
Express for Philadelphia. 7, 7 30, 8:40, 9 :30 A. M , 12 30, .1,
4. 4 :lt), 5, i\, 7, 8 :30, 9 P. M. and 12 night. Sunday, 5, (i,
7, H ;30 und 9 P. M Emigrant and second clns*. 7 P M
For tram* to New ark, Kluabelh, Jtahwav. Princeton, Trenton.
Perth Arnboy, Hemington, Hclvideru and other
points, nee local schedules at all ticket office*.
Trains arrive'?From Pittsburg, RAG and 10:3(9 A. M. and
9. iO P. M daily ; ltd."* A. M. arid 7 :4<> P. M. daily, excel.!
Mondav. From Washington and Baltimore, 0 :VJ0 A.M.,
4 416, 6:15 and 10:27 P. M Sunday. B:*2D A, M. From
III* I I..UI..I.I. r. ... ... .,*? ,? r.r. t\ It .In II r.A 4 VI
2 :1 .*>. 4 5-.15. 6.10. 7 :4<<, H:44. 9-.20, 10-.27 P. M Sunday,
5 :10, 6:20, 6:55, 11:54 A.M.,7:40, 0 210 and 10.27
Ticket offices, .'V26 and 944 Broadway, No. 1 Astor House
and foot of Deebrosses and Cortlandt ?t*.; No. 4 Court at.,
Brooklyn; Nos. 114. 116 and 116 Hudson at., Uoboken
Emigrant tickeFuflice, No. 6 Battery place.
HUNK i'HOMMJN, D M. BOYD,Jr.,
General M an aver. General Passanger jpRinfc.
IkROVlDBNCB AND BTONtNGTON STEAMSHIP C(X
NK\V YOKK AND BOSTON.
REDUCTION OF FARE
between New York and Proiidenee to$1;
between New York and Boston to $4.
From pier Nil North River, foot of .I ay street, the elegant
iteamers RHODE ISLAND and NARKAGAN8KTT daily
lexcept Sunduys), 'it 4 2ki p. M.
From pier 27 N. ft., loot of Park place, steainsbipa ELECTt:A
and GALATEA daily (except Sundays), at 4 P. M.
PHILADELPHIA VIA LONG RiuNVil AMD THE
New .ler-ey Southern Railroad ?Faro from New York
to Philad' Iphlaonly $2 25. Commencing January 10, 1S7U.
Leave-. New York from pier S North River, foot of Rector at.,
for Philadelphia, Tuckerton and Toms River, 3:48 P. M.
From foot of Liberty at., via New Jersey Central to Branchport.
at 11 A. M., tor Philadelphia, Vim-land and Toms
River. W. S. 6NEDKN, General Manager.
ISABKAU'H lurit nets for the front haiil?
1 VYoh it ladies can dispense with veils. Also. Braffla,
Ac ; Crimps. lSABEAL', No. 7 Union square.
MILLINEKY AM) DBJBMBLAJUHO.
Marie tillma.nn co., of paris, importers of
Art Millinery, Modes, latest lorms and light shades in
ladles Dress llata Flowers, Plumes. Felts, Crapes. 4236th
av., near 26th at. (late Mine. MiclieD).
A LGEBRA, BOOKKEEPING, ARITHMETIC, NUDITY
mental and higher English hranches.?Young and mid lie
aged men. boys and lailiesqualltled for business; Writing
l essons SNi, monthly. Apply at PAINE' S old College, 62
t YOUNG FRKNCU LADY OP REFINEMENT DKY.
sires a position aa companion ; or would rive French
essons in exchange for board ; no objection to leaving tliia
sity. Address B. e . Herald office.
Atocng LADY, FROM NORTH OK GERMAN Y'i
gives lessons tor 1*1 cents Address, for two days,
I KACHKR. Herald Uptown Branch office.
1JNGLISH II AND FOR LADIES?MR. DOLBKAR*
IJ 1.19:1 Broadway, removes stillness, cramping or
.reinbling and mukea ?JV||.|| writer* ; privately for tW>.
bTRENCH LADY TEA< III:It FoR~caLIp6kN1A 8EMInary
wauled? Principal now In New York.
J. W. SCHEKMKRHORN. 14 Bond ?t.
IJKACTU'AL LESSONS IN FRENCH. *5 TKK
month; conversation . with tills lttperior method neither
.rammar nur dictionary it required. Address FRENCH
fKACHKK, 47 West 24th ?t.
V'lslllSW TEACHER.?AN UPUUWOIA TK AC Iter
dealre* an engagement; instruction thorough; higher
English, French and Latin taught; reference* excellent.
Adureaa Mix FAITH. Derail t'ptown Branch office
CA CENTS A LKSsiiN?con VKRSATIONaL KUM ii]
i HI by n Parisian young lady, diplomee; book* and painililrta
translated. Address ur call on M. VKREL, 1 .-it >7
Broadway, room 23.
N'EW VORK CENTRAL AND HUDSON RIVER RAIL
road, Enirineer'a office.
Sealed propoeaL will be received at thla olflre until 13
Fclork on Tuesday, the |8th Inat.. for furnishing the mn>
ertals for and conairnctlng tho foundations lor a grain ele(ator
on North Htver. naar tklth at.. In thla city.
Plana and specifications may be reeo uu application a
;bia office. CIlAKLKS HILT..N,
Engineer, room 18, Croud Central depot.
? --- ?? -a
THK BALL SBASON.
LTItlHTEENTIC ANNUAL BALL
PJ OF TIIK YOU NO MEN'S ASSOCIATION. IN AID
OF THE ROMAN CATHOLIC ORPHAN ANY L Ms
AT THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
MONDAY EVBNIN'tJ, JANUARY 17. IH7?I
Ticheta Ah, to be had of the Committee or at the Oipliaa
Application! for bote* to be made to M. J. Cody. 2UJ
Broadway. CHARLES O CON NOR, President.
WILl.IAM J. KA.NE, Flrat Vice Pre.ident,
PETER TRAINER, Second Vice Preaidetit.
R. J Morriso*. Corresponding Secretary.
Joiin T Mellow**, Ktuancial secretary.
P. M alonk. Treasurer.
Tickets for the
NEW YORK INFANT ASYLUM,
may be obtained of
Mrs. France! A. Barrow, 178 Madlaou ar.
Mr* C. K. tiarriton. 4"> Park ay.
Mra Joeepb II ortter, 115 Ea-t BOth at.
Mr F. 11. nml Mr Robert Wlllett, tiilaey Honae.
Mtaa Alice .landlord, 4112 Weat 22d at.
Mr. Howard E. Caee, 81 Wall at.
Hoaes of Mra L. M Hates, 10 Weat 38th at.
? SKI o TEETH M V!'K IN THREE IfoCKN A I'
1 .H Weat 31th at., between Uth and 7th ava, near
Broadway.? Special mechanical dentlatry; coral, rubber,
ro?e pearl, whalebone rubber, gold end platina Seta; Plnatpir*.
Regulators, Ac, Take green car Iroru (fraud et. ferry
r Oth ay. care or Broadway car*. .. .
NKWHROUtlfl. 128 Weat 34th at.
EAUTIPUIi ARTlFICIAL"ThEni As. SINOLETTi";
warranted; allver fflling., ?M. N. ) Dental Uoou,*,
!?2 ?th ay., near Idtlt at. Established IS3I.
\\ ANTKU TO 1*1 R< HARK.
llfANTED SAFES.?A LA ROE FIRE PROOF; ALSO
TT a am ail or medium e!?e burglar proof Safe wanted
ibeap. Address, with price. SKt I RE. bo* I IS Herald office.
Ur ANTED- ANT KIND OF DRY UOOD8, CHEAP FOR
caah. and advances made on Stocke. Addreae CONFIDENTIAL,
U 'ANTED-To DEAL WITH A FIRST CLASS,
square-dealing lluuor warehouae, where straight btaed*
d liquor*can he obtained, without any de'iettoa. Apply
r addreaa RICHARD wi AVER 2 73 W eat 3Mtli at.
Wanted to puuch ask-coai."yard, in hood
location, with tranalent and cash Jade. Addrris
? YOMINU. Herald Uptown Branch office. ^
U'il.lTBU-A """ " ? *
(lood*. Whoever hat ?nrh a elovk to 0f ?,.u
ileue atldrata ho* a,4lii Pitt ?#o?
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