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WHOLE NO. 14,404.
DlRiSTTOKY FDR MlYKRTISKRS.
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AMUPaBSIENTR? 1st Pace?5th and 6th colt.
AhTr^LOOY-tth Page???h coL
B1IJUAKI?8-7th Ptux-?th col.
BO ARUEKS WANTED?7th PA??-4lh col.
B'JARD AND LODGING WANTED?7tii pi.BE?4th col.
PAWKJKLYN HEAL ESTATE FOR SALB-7iu Pxgx?3d
col.
JBVSINK88 OPPORTUNITIES?* Pace.
'BUSINESS NOTICES?5th Page?mb coL
CITY REAL ESTATE FOR SALE- 7th Page?3d col.
CLERKS AND SALESMEN?7th Pagb-1 *i una 3d colt.
CLOTHING?7th Pago?dth col.
COACHMEN AND GARDENKR3-7nt Page?3d col.
COASTW ISE STEAMSHIPS?7th P.?ch?5th end Ulh colt.
COPARTNERSHIPS?Hth Pagh.
Dancing academies?i? Pagh?sth col.
DRV GOODS?1st pace-Sd col. ??
DWELLING HOUSES TO LET, FURNISHED AND I'NFURNISHED?7th
Pago?34 col.
EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS?7th Page?5th col.
FINANCIaL-Uth Pack.
FOR SALE?2t> Page?1st col. ? ? T ??
FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
7th Paub?3d ?nd 4lh cols.
FURNITURE?lor PAG?-4th col.
HELP WANTED?FEMALES?7th Page?ltt coL
HELP WANTED-MALBS?^7th Pagh?3d col.
HORSES, CARRIAGES. AC.?Ibt Pace?lid and .Id col A
HOTELS?7th Page?4th ?nd Nth col*.
HOUSES. ROOMS. AC.. WANTED?7th Pagh?4th coL
INSTRUCTION?1st Pago?5th cog
LECTURE SEASON?1st Pagh?4th col.
LKGAL NOTICES?7th Page?tith coL
LOS1' AND FOUND?1st Page?3d eoL
MACHINERY?3u Page- 1st col.
MARBLE MANThLS?7th Page?ttth col
MEDICAL?'7tm Page?Oih coL
MILLINkIU AND DRESSMAKING?1st Pago?3d col.
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS? lOru Paga?5th
End ttth col*.
MUSICAL?1st Page?5th col.
new publications?6th Pace?6th col.
personal?1st Pago?ltt col.
PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, AC.?It* Page?5th col.
POST OFFICE NOTICE?1st Page?5th col.
PROPOSALS?1st P*ge-3d col.
PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO
KENT?7tu Page?3d and 3d colt.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE?7th Page?3d col.
RELIGIOUS NOTICES?1st Pagh? ltt col.
REWARDS?1st Page-2d coL
KALES AT AUCTION?1st Pagx?Ith col.
SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES?7*a Pace? 1st col.
SITUATIONS WANTED?MALES?7th P>cx-l?t col.
SPECIAL NOTICES?1st Page?ltt, 2d and 3d cola
THE TRADES?7th Page?2d coL
TO LET FOR business PURPOSES?7m Pago?3d col.
TRAVELLERS' GUIDE?7th PaGE-tlth col.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
7tii Page?4th rol.
WANTED TO PURCH ASE?Trn Page?Oth col.
WATCHES, JEWELRY. AC.?'7th PAOK-?th col.
WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OR
TO LET?7th Pagh?2d ool.
WINTER RESORTS?7th PACK-5th col.
PK.KSy.VAh.
AOAKKY HALL AS THE TRUANT IN TO-DAY'S
Free Lance.
f TLARA-THIS EVENING AT EIGHT (SATURDAY').
U SEAL-SKIN.
f 7URIOSITY IS INFORMED THAT IT IS A MRS. M.
O I* it satisfactory ? T. K. F.
December 23, Thursday evening?'talking
eyes; then H to 20; auxioua to tee you ; when can I t
ON THE STEPS.
Echoes from printing house squareTn today't
Free Lance.
rVEOROR H. HANSON?VISIT YOUR WIFE. ANNIE
IT Monuey Hanson, Immediately. Your child, George
Hanson, is dying, (irorgie says he eanuot depart until he
lece Git father. Addross , Stamford. Fairdeld county,
Bonn.
1""l u.?meet me to-day at same time and
place. Don't diaappoiut me. K.
UT "?BROOKLYN.?MEET ME MONDAY MORNING,
_|j. same place, at 0:30. JOHN.
r UCTOBER?GET T1IKM, 6 45; LAST TEN MONTHS
v' with economy; tome things received; shall always
*>ve you. never tear; have been almost broken-hearted at
your absence. JANUARY.
RE ID -THERE IS A LETTER FROM HAVANA FOR
you at bookkeeper s desk. II.
"llflLL LADY WHO FORMERLY LIVED IN WEST
o 21st at., and who. in May Inst, in company with a gentleman,
bought a gold fish on ttth av., *ona ber address
to LYMAN, Herald Uptnwll branch office?
TIT 11AT HAS BECOME OF MY BOBBY? "
" MOUSEY WOOSEY.^
*J?>D ST. CAR. AFTERWARD 6TH AV. T0 22D 8T.?
Will the lovely brunette allow the gentleman who
walked on the opposite side of 22d st. to make au honorable
acquaintance with her, it being his desire for a long time ?
If so. please address R. M., box 112 Herald Uptowu Branch
office.
ItKLIGlOlS NOTICES.
A llen st. M. e. church (bpttwekn delanort
a m. ?iiu iw?nt(inm imw ?i rrMcuiiiK, illuming, uy oi'v.
Bishop June*. D. D ; evening, by the l ector. Rev. Charles K.
liarris. Subject. "The Poison an J the Remedy." Keats free.
At free tarkrnacle methodist episcopal
church. West o4th it., between 7th and 8th avs.. Rev.
John Jobus, pastor, will preach on Sunday. at 10:SO A.M.
aud 7 :30 F. 11.; Young People's moctlug at C P. M.; revival
services all the week: seats free.
At the wainwkiqut memorial. CHURCH.
corner West lilt# street and Waverley place.?Sunder
evening, Jmaary :t0. the rector Rev W. T. Hubert.will
d liver the fourth in a course of lectures ou "Popular Stoeptleiim."
Allen street presbyterian church, near
Grand, Geo, O. Phelps, pastor?Prcacliinir morning
and evening. Subject* for bundsy evening?"The One Refuge.
' Noonday prayer meeting*. I'd to I.
AT WASHINGTON SQUARE^ METHODIST EP1SCO.
pal charah. Rev. William Lloyd, pastor.?Subjects?
Morning, "I* There No Balm in Olieail''; evenldg, "What
Think Ye of Christ."
m IT FIFTH AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH, 46T1I ST.,
A Dr. Arraitagr, pastor, will preach on Sunday, at 101t
A. M.?"Peter silted a* wheat;" 7% P. M.?"Noah's
Raven." All welcome.
ll SAINTS' PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH,
Rev. William M. fiunnell rector, Henry St.. corner
ofScammel, New York.?Services every Sunday morning at
HP, and every Sunday evening at 7 tp. Tno rector will
preach.
BLH ECK KK KTKEET"17N IVE RSALIST CHURCH ?
Rev. J E. Forrester. D. I>., will preach In the morning,
at 10:45 Subject, "Religious Revival*." Evening, at 7:30,
R. C. P. McCarthy. Subject, "Spiritual Culture."
^ihurch of the holy trinity, madison avand
42d gt.?Honrs of services, 10X A. M? 3^ end 7%
P. M. Rev. Stephen H. Tyug, Jr., will preach morniug
and evening. Rev. J. W. Bonham, head of the House ot
the Evangelists, will preach In the afternoon.
/4HRISFCHTRCU. 6TH AV. AND 35TH ST-UOLY
" > communion, 7 A.M.: morning prayer, 10:30; Bishop
Beck with preaches. Evening prayer, 7:30. Allan Sheldon
Woodle. recti r, in charge.
Free will baptist chapel, udth st., near
1Kb ev.?Rev Mr. ftowell, pastor, will preach at llHi^
A. M.; prayer u 7Jfc; 'Heaping as We Sow."
13 ~IT~ COMING'?BISHOP SNOW. THE QUALIFIED
Interprater of prophecy, will preach in the UuiveraUv,
Washington square, on Sunday at 3 P. M . eeaia free. Subject.
"Tun Seven Viai? of the Wrath of God."?lie v., chap,
rvi.
Mrs. e. p. jay bullenk. trance speaker.
lectures for Society Progressive Spiritualists. 10!?
A. m.; ball 55 West 33d at.; Children's Lyceum meets 2>.
r. m. ' 7*
MR. J. T. MANSFIELD WILL GIVE TESTS PRO*
Disembodied Spirits directly after Prof. Britten's lec.
ture Sunday evening at IIall of Society Progressive Spiritualists,
56 West 33d ?t.
PROFESSOR B. BKITTAN WILL deliver A
lecture on the subject of "The Materialisation of the
Spirit after Death," before the Society Progressive SpirltuaiisU,
at 7H P M et the hslL 56 West 33d?t.
TJILGRIM BAPTIST CHURCH. 33D ST., WEST OP
JL 8th av.?Rev. J. Speneer Keunsrd. Sunday morning,
"Christ S Healer." Evening, "Ambassadnr ol Reconciliation
" Baptism after sermon.
REV. J. JL BBITZ WILL LECTURE ON "AMBITION
ss a Mesne of Culture" at Uariem Universaiist church,
127th St., near 4th ST., to-morrow evening.
EV SAMUEL m. HAMILTON,"PASTOR OK SCOTCH
Presbyterian church, 14th St., between 5th and tith
svs. will preach to-morrow at 10:30 A. M. and 3:3U P. M.
REV. WILLIAM B MERRITT, PA8TOR OP THE
Sixth aw?nue Reformed church, will preach morning
nod evening. Subject .?"Sowing and Reaping. Come
All sae welcome
KBV WM. P. ABBOTT. PASTOR, WILL PREACH AT
WM A. m. and 7:30 P. M. in St. Lakes Methodise
Episcopal church, 41st St., west of 8th sv.
KEV J. H. LIOHTBOl'RN WILL PREACH IN SETsn
tee nth street Methodist Episcopal church, bet woe n
let and 3d svs., at lOJg A. M. snd7>, P. M ; even'ag subject,
"An InSdel."
REv7~JAMF.fi M. KING, PASTOR, WILL PREACH
morning sud evening in the St. John's Methodist KpUcopsl
church, 53d St., nesr Brosdwsy.
Stanton street baptist church.?'wm. hayne
Leaeetl, paster, will Breach at 10:30 A. M.; subject,
"The Divine and the Human Estimate " At 7:30 p.m.;
subject, "The Dread Re I span. " Strangers invited. Map
item after the evening sermon.
niAHK&NACLB BAPTIST CHURCH. 3D AV. AND 10TU
J at?Rev. llalsey W Knspp will preach. Subject,
Morning:?"Abiding in Christ." Evening ;?"The Decision
That Saves "
Umion nix iNDA* PKAYERMKETinh?in THE WEST
at. eburnh (jlev. Mr. Pagai, from 13 to 1 o'clock.
epbciajl woticks.
A-{*AAC O. BOYCB. JtT7 BROADWAY, LAWYER.?
Divorces obtained promptly withont punlieitv; desertion.
Incompatibility, habitual drunkenness. infidelity, inhuman
treatment. ronviction of felony. Passports obtained.
?KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERIES Or J. 8. SMITH
k CO.
ar. ss *Tr"5?A rLA*" 253. ron 187ft
20. 44, 69, a, 10, 29. ?l, Sft, f?7, go S7, 32, 1ft
**., *J, 47 38. 1, 58. 5ft. 4. 40, 32.
York *tty NATHAN, box 4.H70 Post ofkte. New
a ?kentucky state SINGLE NUMBER
on ih. Havana plsn. K od
Mutrmn*"!fe *>* 8<>N k CO. Man.gsrx
All pn*??? paid In fall, without dedoeU<m.h<'* tirk'1"'
Rot?I Havana of Cuba draw* Pobarary #!*** J"n*rT ~X
Addwaa PAJIKS. KJIKKHON A CO.,
18U lii Md?? or box 5.272 Pom office.
E NE'
NE.W "T
NPEC1AL MO^ICBS.
STATBXXXT ' ' ""
OF
* mtttcal Lira inscbanc
FOB THB TEAB END
- 1 - l
ANNPIT
Mo. I Ann. f?y'U
In fboco, Ju. lit. 1873 4o $2(1,859 ?
IwuMl | 4. 224 *
58 | 83U.H77 at
IN'Ml'BA.Nt
No. | Amount.
In fen*. Jnn. lot, 1873 90(914 | $301,MB8,T2t
Now KUAa 0,842 | 84.903.101
1(10 750 I
Dm* "" REVKNCI
To H*i*nce from lui ?c?ouut |69,157,4U 8
" Kromlumi rocoiyo4 15.781.970 4
H IutoreaU ami Boat* 4,608,098 1
I]
pm. balam
r??rn st four per cunt ^74,16?d.74 S
.< ?'"'0,s by Lloaih, n<H yet da* 652.245 8
Premiums pa.d In advance 3d, 171* 7
M ^*Q[i*TFIlt HqwuIm I'aod 2.'>0.(KI0 (I
^Usdly^ !_ 3,730,41*4 5
#7H,K*Vlf*4 7
From th* Undivided Surplus * Diridaod will 6* upgrUo
187a
I have earefttllv examined the foregoing Statement, and
January ISUt, 183a * *
NOTE.?By not of th* Traat**( the m*mb?rshlp of tht* (
TKU
FREDERICK 8. WINRTON, OKOltdK S CO
JOUli V. L. PBUYN, WILLIAM M. V
B H. MeCURDY. JOHN E. DEVE
WILLIAM BKTTS. MARTIN BATE'
BAMUEL R. KPttOULLS, WILUiM A. H
SAMUEL M. CORNELL, SEVMOL'R L. II
LUCIl'S BOBINRON, OLIVER H. PA
W SMITH BKOWN. HENRY E. DA\
WILLIAM H POPHAM, RICHARD A. *
8AMCKL D. BABCOCK, FRANCIS SKIt
HENRY A. SMVTUE JAMBS C. HOL
WILLIAM B. DODUE, HERMAN C. Vi
RICHARD A. MoCU&DY. WM H. C. BAKTI.h
Tic* Presideut. Actuarr.
a. a WINSTON, M D
Medical
LL MIDULE-AOED AND YOUNG MEN SUFFERING
from nervous debility or weakness, tne result of theii
own folly, should consult Dr. B. I)E P. CURTIS, whose certain
cure is derived from an experience of 28 year* in this
particular specially. Office and residence 2D? West 22d st.
Consultation hor-?, 10 to 3 and 5 to 8.
A-botalhavana lottery,
540.UUOSpanish dollars drawn every 15 days.
Next drawing February 3.
Royal Saxon Government Lottery,
50,000 priaet, amounting to gold $3,481,920.
Xext drawing February 7 and A
Dneal Branawick Government Lottery,
43,5fA> prires. amonnting to gold, $2,073,360,
Next drawing February 14 and 15.
City of Hamburg lottery,
Next drawing February 2 and 3.
41,700prises, amonnting to $1,83U^!83.
Fall explanatory circulars free.
' tiieodob ESCHOCn,
Post office box 5,884. 116 Nassau St., New York.
D~ 1SF.ASES OF men A SPECIALTY
HENRY A. DANIELS, M. D., 144 Lexington ay.
near 29th si. Office hours from K to 3.
DrT~J. P. MANN oures hiP _disea sK, WHtfl
Swelling. Spinal Curves, Contracted Limbs and Clul
Feet without eatting cords or any surgical operation or ai
hour's confinement to bed. and mostly without pain. Setn
for schedule. Office, 133 West 4l?t st. Sunday and Tuos
day, forenoon. Expentiv* snpporters entirely discarded.
Havana lottery-next drawing February
5. Highest prise $100,000, Whole amount of prir.ei
$340,000. For particulars address B. martinez k CO.,
Hankers, 10 Wall at., basement. Post office box 4.682.
K?CHRONIC CATARRH. DKAKNK38? IMPROVE!
method , Instantaneous relief; pttm?tii-nt rtires.
Dr. STODDARD, No. 8 West 14th at.
(-OFFICIAL. DRAWING KENTUCKY STATK LOT
. tcnes. SIMMONS, DICKINSON A CO., Managers
kkhttckt, KXTHA CLASS ho. 145?jahcart as, 187H.
15, 65, 1. 56, 22, 19, 04. 5. 2, 54. 40. 27.
KKXTVCXT. CLASS HO. 140? JAHUAKT 28, 1878.
45, 54. 14, 2S. 13, 33, 52. 50. 70, 37, 7ft. 73, 2 ft
t HKHRT. KXTKA CLASS Ha 45?JANUARY 28, 1876.
00, 68. 58, 70, 10, 17, 57, 28, 43. 75. 34, 23.
ItKRBT. CI.AHS HO. 46 JAHCAHT 28. 187H.
6, -30. 44. d, 76, 60, 13, 71, 24, 56. 22 41, 67.
Fnll Information by applying to or addressing J. CLUTK
200 Broadway, or box 4,906 Post office.
K" '?KEWUGKYJSTATK SINGLE-NUMBER
.1 crand diet rtbotloi
on the Havana plan.
SIMMONS, DICKINSON A CO., Manager*.
^?Oin prises. Whole tickets. SIC
All prises poW in ftifl, without dsdwrMon
To bo drawn January 2?
Royal Havana of Cuba draws Pebruary 5.
Address J. CLUTE,
SCO Broadway, ?r bos 4,060 Fust office.
\TKRVOC8 EXHAUSTION.?A MEDICAL ESSAY
.\ comprising a series of lectures delivered at Kahn'
Museum of Anatomy. New York, on the cause and cure o
Premature Decline, showing Indisputably how lost healtl
mar be regained, affording a clear synopsis of .the im
pediments to marriage snd the treatment of nervous am
physical debility, being the result of 20 rears' experience
Price, 25 cents. Address the author. Dr. L. J. KAIlN, offici
and residence 51 East loth St., Naw York.
Royal 8 a son lottery
Brunswick and llambnrg Lotteries.
Royal Havana Lottery.
WACHSMAN k CO., Bankers.
Post office box 3.316. 75 and 77 Nassau st.
OVAL HAVANA LOTTERY.?NEXT DRAW INI
February 5. 1876. Canltal prise, $106,000. Prise
cashed, intnrmation furnished. Highest rates paid frr
Spanish bills, governments, Ac. TAYLOR A CO., Bankers
No. 11 Wall st.
YTrANTKD A FIRST CLASS WEEKLY FASHIOJ
?T and ladies' letter: no wordy, trashy. stereotyped
letters wanted: must be concise, well written ami ful
of interesting news for womankind. Address CASH, Herali
office.
nnn -WYOMING LOTTERY DRAWf
I tJ.lfvJY/. January 111 t capital prise, $50,000
Tickets, $1; six. $5. Circulars mailed free.
ALLEN A CO., 76 Nassau St., New York.
fflPO.OPn $a00000' 9ao^rin
cash prises, distributed Satnnlay, January 20. by the
Kentucky State Distribution.
$50,000,
?20,000,
$10,(100,
are the first three prices. 5,376 others, from $100 to $',000
Any ticket may draw, but one In every ten must draw i
price.
Tickets, $10 each ; Halves, $5; Quarters, $2 60.
TH08. H. HAYS A CO..
, 6l?7 Broadway, New York.
?KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY.
sj)tlUU.UoU. Drawing January 26.
Circulars, with full partlcnlari. sent free.
P. C. DEVLIN A CO., Stationers and General Agents,
30 Liberty St., New York.
IrOST ATI) POIND.
Bonds stolen ?all persons ark captionki
negotiating any of the following bonds of the Bnrling
ton. Cedar Ratdds and Minnesota Railroad ?Ten l.fXX
bonds of the following numbers ?3,478, 3,476, 3,4>?7, S.48H
3.486, 2.245, 2.246, 2,247, 2.148, 2.246, one of Milwaukee
division No. 720. Any information that will lead to the re
corery of said bonds will be liberally rewarded.
K. M. BIRD, 36 Union squnre. New York.
Found-january iITTn a 8thre~on broad
wny, n aim of Money, which the owner can obtain ha
proving property and paving the expenses of advertising
Address Vox 3,885 Post office.
(iST-A SMALL LIGHT RED AND WlltTK LOV
J haired Slut: wore bine collar sad bella Good re war <
at Mr GILLK8PR. No 141 Clinton st.
IOHT-TWO CERTIFICATES ATLANTIC AVENUI
J Railroad Company of Brooklyn stock. No. 266; UX
Shares No. 268; 56 Shares, both In name of William B
Hunter. All persons are hereby cautioned ffirainst negotia
ling same, as transfer has been slopped. A reward o( f If
will be paid oa return of said Certificates to the ofltoe of W.
B. HUNTER A CO., 132 Front st,
LOBT?AN UPPKR BET OP TKKTII. WHOEVER WILI
return it to 137 Norfolk St., will be liberally rewarded
OUT?ON WEDNESDAY. I?TA~3TH Hv. CAB OR IN
the street, a Portemoanale. containing Monev and s
Wedding Ring. Wtieever wiU return the nag to 2& Weti
10th st. can keep the momey, have no >|ueslions asked ami
receive a reward of $5
L^osf JON JUNDAT. A MINK BOA TUB FINDER
will receive $10 reward by calling at 30O West 12th st
KK W A HI>*.
z AKWUV.-UUVI* VK " riv.ir-ni/A i r.ifi.ii.nr,
JpiJ corner 3d ev. and >7tli at , a gold Ainetbyat King
marked K. M C. to J. K. C. The finder wfll receive above
reword hy applying ot No. 4 Rutherford piece.
Ain RKWAKD?ON KKTI KN OK Si'UTi H ThKHIKIC
vJ '' 1?*' Kridey afternoon, to No. 21H Medium or.
iiTuT BMW A* D?AND NO GNBKTIONS ASKED,
vlvu Stolen, from the eteble of Samnel S Baldwin,
HkixuBeld, N. J . en the night of December 7, a hey (mere*
Coll, three rear* old; about 1414 handa high; two white
hind fret; white etrlp in face mixed with bay; black mane
and tall; curl tn hair on each tide of neck ; colt when etoien
wae only partly broken; hair on earn ehoulder worn by
breaat oellar. The above reward will he paid for lie return,
or In proportion, for Information leading to ita recovery Ad
dreaa BENJAMIN P. HALDWIN, Bloornfiold, N J., or
JOHN J. BALDWIN, as Mechat,Vat. Newark, N J.
hounks, carriages, ?v< .
A am sTOCT. WKLL BRED UELDINO,' lis* HANDS
high, a bright i heetnnt, of grand atyle. high action and
well broken, to be uaed to the pole wanted. Addreae, aiating
all partienlara, IIOKSK, Herald office.
bCTION HALeTtHIS DAT, AT 11 O'CLOCK, OK
new and aectuid Hand Top Bugglea. Pbaetona, Kockawaya.
Bnaineaa Wap>ni, aevornl Horaea, Hnrneaa, Robea.
Blanketa, Ac., by COLB A MURPHY, S7II Pulton at.,
Brooklyn.
A BaIWIAIN -PONT BUILT HORSE .AND MAKE;
young and eouad; ffii, |N0. 102 Divlainn at., etahle.
~A ?I OfTtN, 0* ACCOUNT OP MT HUSBAND'S
A? death, five Horaea, auitable for truck or any huaineaa,
m! half value HH Amity at., between Thompaon end Sullivan
A HANDSOME. BRIGHT BAY CARRIAGE HORSE
A for awl#-- ICS handa; hirh at* goer; aim light Coopo
and Harweea in auperb order, Areenai (taWea 35 th at., scar
Broadway. *
xv v n
T T _m. vr
ORK, SATURDAY, JANUA
SPECIAL NOTICES.
' TUB
B COUPANY OF NBW TORE.
F. U, WINBTON, P rail dent,
IKO DECEMBER 31 _l*(7i
r~ account" "" ' _ _____
No isi l'W'U.
) In fence. Jan. I?t, 1?70 55 $J7.H?S 73
> terminated S 3,011 58
> 58 $300477 30
IE AC-COUNT.
INo. Amouat.
la force, Jan. lit. 1874 ... 02,:W3 $3U5,067.22l
Terminated H.363 81,776.008
100.756 S336.H33.836
? ACCOUNT. Qe.
1 My p*Ul I l?^h and Endowment Claims ~l4.3H5.0H3 38
B " Aanultiai 35,353 HO
0 " " Dividends 3.530.833 H7
1 " " Surrendered Policial and Addition*. 4,724.806 70
*' ' Cumulation! (payment of currant
and extinguishment of future) 7B2.3R5 08
" " F.npeaeei and Taxei 700.106 11
Balance to new aocoant 75.414.BUS 43
|6 $S9.5ft8.3Tl> 96
JK Sil K KTT CIL
7 By Jluuda and Mortgage! .$30,011.188 B1
' " United Hiatal and New York State
H Itocka B.ltVt.OTl 13
0 - Real Katate 3,672,655 41
1 ' Caiili In Banki and Trust Companies at
interest 3,880.338 78
" Interest accreed. 1,177,105 25
" Pramiaini deferred, quarterly and aamiaanual
1,002.408 41
" Preniiumi In trsnslt, principally for DeceniOec
111.389 50
" Baiaucri duo by Agouti 10,153 34
1 r7H.HaO.104 71
aed to each Policy which ihall be In ferca at ill aunieersery in
I find the same correct.
18AAC F. LLOYD, Auditor,
lompaay li limited to one hundred tbouiaud lmured Uvea
STEKS.
EJ OBOilGK C. RICHARDSON,
ERMILYB, ALEXANDER 11. RICH.
1LJN, W K BA1KOCK.
4. V BATCH FORD STARR,
AINKS. EWhDKRH'K U. CCSSI-fr.
IUHTED, LEWIS MAY.
LMKR, OLIVER. IIAKRIMAN,
7IKS, TIIOMAH DICKSON,
IcOURDY, HK.NRY W SMITH.
?DY. JOHN II. SHKRWOOD,
DEM, KGI3TO P FAHBRJ.
IN POST GEORGE H ANDREWS.
II'AJTTED TO BUY?A FIRST CLAM OMR-HORSE
YY Coupe and single Harness to insleJi; mart be in perfect
order. Address, latin* lowest price, L. W. A., bos UM
Herald t'ptown Braucli office.
JSTBTTTO"PURCHAMB. ?A PAIR OP DAPPLE
gray Carriage Horse*; they mast he 1H bands high,
elegantly formed, and of grand action. Address, with par
Ocular*. ORAY. ens lot Herald office.
41 Til EACH?Kl VB BRTuTrPl-b NEW TOP Bf SI
plt/U ness Wegnus; mast be sold. Stable 124 West
llRh St. '
DRY <;<M)I>K. "
IjlOK HALE-A LAROE HI7.R DOUBLE CASHMERE
1 Hiawl, handsome and bat little worn. Add roes K.,
Herald Uptown Branch office.
M1ULIYERY iwb IIRKHSMAKIM;.
A?MARIE TILL WANS CO.. OP PARIH,~ IM
. porters of art Millinery, Modes, the new Caputs. latest
forms and light shades In ladles' Dress Hats, Plowera,
PI nines, Kelts, Crapes. 423 Oth ae? near 30th at., late Mm*.
Mlcheis.
PKOPOSALN, ~
PROPOSAL*?Till TIME FOR RR0EIVm?~PRC?POsals
for the wire rapes fnr the temporary foot bridge
Ac., of the East River Suspension Bridge haa been extended
to March 0. Ih7h. and the time for the delivery of the rope is
estended accordingly. UBMHY C. MliU'HY. President
:TT, a H. PALMER, JOHN m. stuart,
Solicitor. Sccrvtarv
, W R. GILLETTE, M. D., ^
Kxurainera
HORSES, CARRIAGES, AC.
Am t barker a son's
CITY AUCTION MART AND N. Y. TATTBR8ALL8,
CORNER OP BROADWAY AND BOTH ST
MAJOR CHABI.ES W. BARKER. AUCTIONEER.
REGULAR SALES of Homos. Carriage*. Ac.,
EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY,
AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK.
TWENTY-FOUR hour* allowed fbr trial ou every bone sold
under warrantee.
THIS IS THE only auction mart in the State having the
pioper facilities for allowing hornet on aale?via., a large
driving track entirely under covor and plenty of room 1 or
examination.
CATALOGUE OF SALE THIS DAY,
AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK.
TOP STDE bar Road Wagon, by Brewstser, of Broome it.,
Pole and Shafts.
TOP SIDE bar Road Wagon, by B. M. Stivers, nearly
new.
TRIMMED PORTLAND Sleigh, by Russell.
BROWN TROTTING Filly Rstolle, 15W high, foaled
' 1870, got by Blue Bull, stinted to William Welch, by Rysdyk's
Tlanibletonlan; la finely gailed, speedy, and la warJ
ranted sound and kind,
j KOC'KAWAY, uearly new, by Terrlll.
i GRAY' GELDING, 14Jk nigh, 8 yeara old; fine, free
| driver; ahurp traveller; fine under saddle and warranted
, sound and kind. Also Una top Delivery Wagon, Harness,
: BUSINESS WAOONS, good order.
GENTLEMAN'S ELEGANT Road Turnout; comprising
> a handsome and very sjieody pet black Trotting Gelding, got
by General Knoa, 1>VAhigh. 8 yean old; an extraordinary
prompt and gamey driver; has no public record, but cau
| bent 2 AO to day, and speed a 2 :Uf> gait to the pole ; is no
puller nor lugger, (earless ol anything, and warrauted sound
and kind: alto, a fine top aide' bar Road Wagou, Harness,
Ac.
FINE PORTLAND Sleighs.
BY ORDER of W. Stott. Receiver, a pair of dapple jray
Holdings. 16 high, 7 and S yean old; extra style, miierior
action; fine amiable dispositions; believed to be aoand and
all right.
, LARUE Id IT new and second hand Harness.
TWENTY OTHER top and no top Road Wagons, Phaetons,
Carriages. Ac.
FINK EXPRESS Wagons; pole and shafts, platform
springs. new; elegantly finished,city made.
1. SEVERAL OTHER Heme*.
FULL DESCRIPTION at sale.
SALES NEVER postponed on account of weather.
t, \ ?MARSHAL SALE.
A, Bv virtue of several e xeeutlons
TO MR DIRECTED, I WILL SELL BY PUBLIC
AUCTION, THIS DAY, SATURDAY. JANUARY 29,
L AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
AT "'T, .STABLE NO. U NKILSON PLACE (MERCER FT;
I. BETWEEN WAVEBLKY AND CLINTON Pl-ACMN, '
AND IN REAR OF NEW YORK HOTBL,
THE FOLLOWING VALUABLE AND WELLOCNOWN
TROTTING HORSES, ROAD WAGONS. UARVESS. AC.
Consisting ol the last team of Trotting Gainings BILLY
BENTON and LIGHTFOOT; were both sired by Ethan
s A len ; Billy Benton dam by Red Bird. Lightloot by Rose
f Abdallalt. They are in color a brown, with all black oolnta,
t ara very handsome in harness, flue action and endurance ;
- can trot to pole in J 41 or 2 42 all the beats, and can beat
1 2:3T? tingle; they are Hand 7 years old and 1AM hands high;
are kina and gentle for any one to drive, afraid of nothing,
a and are warranted sound ami kind.
Two top aido bar Road Wagons, pole and shafts: 1 set of
dim hie and one sat of single gold monDieu liaaueaa,
Blankets, Robes, Wbipa, Ac., Ac.
N. B ? Sale piwitive, rain or shine; no postponement.
By order of JOS. PHILLIPS, City Marshall.
UCTICN UOUSK UF VAN TAMBELL A KEARNEY,
110 AND 112 EAST l.TTH ST.,
NEAR 4TU AV.
AN ELEGANT PRIVATE ESTABLISHMENT
AT PRIVATE SALE.
ELEGANT TEAM BAY HORSES, 16 HANDS IIIGn. 7
and 8 years old; well bred, very stylish and hand
I some; kind and true in all harness; free from vice,
| trick or fault: fast trotters; prompt and pleasant drivers;
fear nothing; are in every rrtpert one of the
finest carriage teams in the city and are warranted
i sound.
, SILVER MOUNTED ENGLISH HARNESS, NEARLY
new. made in London.
ELEGANT BROUGHAM, TRIMMED WITH LEATHER
and satin, used bnt very little, built by Brewstef A Go.,
of Broome id., and coat (1,400.
We won Id invite part iealar attention to this establishment.
aa it ia one of the finest ever offered for sale In this
city ; has i<cen in use but a short time, and sold ouly on account
of owner leaving the eitfl
Can be seen at any time at our mart
VAN TA8SKI.L A KEARNEY,
' 1111 and 112 East Thirteenth street
_?m WILL Bdf~ A BEAUTIFUL TOP PONY
. Phaeton: a hamlaome extension top Pliaaton, seats
lour pernonn. pole and aharte. cheap- Portland Onttor. (30.
all tr< oJ aa new ; Diinecomb Double Harness, (IUU. Private
stable No. 20 Kast 29th st.
A?(1?0 WILL BUY A GOOD SHIFTING TOP
. Wagon; cost (4.'s) last Oclobar; a flue Harness. (43,
cost (110; beautiful Pony Phaeton, cheap. Private stable
33 East Uth St.
-ONE OP T&M PINBST COUPE HORSES IN THE
city; alio a frnh AlcUroey Milk Cow; gi??? 20 quart*
y (Mir day. No. 5 Wert 13th ti.
TjiOR SALE?A GENT LBMAX'S OOACU TEAM, ftK
) " hands high 'Kentucky stock'; cross match, dapple
gray and very bright bay; 7 and S years old; closely matched
9 aa to siae and action; free drivers; warranted ktud and
round In every particular; also set heavy English Harness,
new; made for team. Address box 3.1Ss Poet office.
. "EKJB BALE?A GENTLEMAN'S ROAD TRAM, HA LP
r brother end sister (Wlnthr.'ti Morrell stork), 8and 9
r years old ; col-.r brown ; 1 '-Si anas high ; can trot in 43 to
pole; horse ran trot rinse to 37; one of the han-t somest
road teams in the city; very stylish; long, heavy tails; high
' action and spir ted: also set fine Road Harness and a one
J seat no top Wagon fby Brewster, of Broome street) ; not
need a dosen times. Only those willing to pay a telr price
for e very valuable road oetabliahment need answer. Adj
dress box 6,138 Post office.
' T3(lR SALE "AT-A SACRIFICE-A BEAUTIPUL
F strong roan Horse, fit fnr any use; sound and kind;
, taken for debt; must be sold Immediately. Gen be seen at
feed store No. 308 West st
T7K)R HALE?A GOOD WORK HORSE APPLY AT
F No. 429 3d sr.
MB FIN K SEGOND HAND COUPE, ONK~ LANDAU,
by Miner A Stevens; one Clarence, one Barouche, one
six-seal Gnope Rockaway, one fonr ssat do., top and open
Road Wagunr., by Brewster, Stevens and other city makers;
hip and open Pony Phaetons, oue'top Express Wagon, two
second hand Kolkiea and Skeletons. Robes, Blankets, Harness,
It; also a lot of Hleichs of all styles; will he sold low.
I' WM. H. GRAY. 20 and 22 Wooster It.
SBCOND UAND CABMAOBM.
Two six-seat Rockaway*. (33.3; (430, four-seat.
Extension top Phaetons, (32-V. two Depot Wagons, Harenee,
(TOO; two Landaulsts. two four-seat Phaetons, six
Brewster Wagons, no top four passenger Wagons. (l.Kb
A. S. FLAN ORAL. 373 and 374 Broome St.
i (old stand of Brewster A Co.)
vyANTED?A TWO WHHBL IXHi CART, IN GOOD
TV condition. Ad-lrem, giving maker's name, price. At.
o vm v.? v??t p....
RK H
RY 20, 1876.?WITH SUPPI
NAL.KM AT AlICTION.
^RT SALE.
XOW ON FREE EXHIBITION, AT 74 UNIVERSITY
PLACE. CORNER J3TU ST., OLD AND MODERN
PAINTINGS AND BNGKAY1N08, TO Bh SOLD BY
AUCTION. ON TUESDAY-AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY
I. AT 2 O'CLOCK.
ROBERT SOMK.KVILLE. AUCTIONEER.
T UNI STO UN SON. AUCTIO N EE R.
Old ataud. 37 Neaaau at.
THIS DAY. at IOW o'clock,
AT NO. 78 klVINGTON ST..
bet awn Allen and Orchard eta.,
general llouaehoid Furniture, line roaewood Pianoforte. Etagerea,
Hruaaela Carpeta, Parlor and Bedroom Seta, hltelu u
Utenaila, Oilclotha, Stovea. hair Mattrvaaea, Pillow*, Blank
ta. Ac. j
On Tnradajr great Bale of line Ptaco*.
UCTION SALE OP HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,
THIS (Saturday) MORNING, at 10 o'clock,
at Ave ?tory brown atone mention
No. 47 Weat l'Uh at., between 5th and tith ava.,
Steinwav four round octave Pianoforte,
Chlekerlne TS octave Grand Plana
Parlor and Drawing Room Suite, in tau and crimaon aatln
and brocade; Turkiah Ixinngea, Eaay Chaira, Centre
Tallica, French Mantel Seta, brnnr.e Ftguraa, gilt Couaoie
Tablet, Mirrora, Curtaina, Bookcaaea. Ktagerea, Deaka,
Library Tablet. Tnrklah Suite, elaborate Bedroom Seta,
inlaid Hrdateada, Dreaalng Caaea, Waabatanda, Bureaua,
ilngie lledateada, 37 hair and apring M altreaaea, Pillowa,
Blanket*, cane Cbaira, Rocker*, rep, plnah and haircloth
Suits; two Extension Tallies, HulTet, Chairs, In leathor;
Silverware, Crockery. Hall Stand, 20 Carpets, Kitchen Furniture,
4c. N. B.?Sale positive. Take tith av. cars. Goods
packed and shipped If required.
ROBERT C. CASHTN. Auctioneer.
A UCTION 8ALB?6CPRRP HOUSEHOLD PURNIJx
ture.
This day (Saturday), at 10)g o'clock, large assortment parlor.
cbamhrr and dining room Purmtttre. Reds and Redding,
hair Mattresses, rosewood Pianofortes, Ac., Ac.
Also,
at 2 o'clock, (10 high class Oil Paintings, strictly without re
serve, to pay advances.
JAMES DENNIS A CO., Auctioneers,
14 Vesey St., noar Aslor House,
CCTION 8ALK.-LAKUK AND~ PEREMPTORY IALB
of elegant and costly Household Furniture,
property of Edward G?v. Esq..
to be sold THIS (Saturday) MORNING, commencing
at 10 o'clock, at the elegant Arc story lirowu
stone mansion No. 120 West X'td St., near Dth av.
Over $25,000 worth and 4(10 lots of costly Household furniture.
In lots, to highest bidder, vis. Magnificent Stein
way A Sons' and Windsor Pianofortes, iulald Parlor Suits. In
satin, brocatel and rtop; Centre Tables, Cabinets. Jardinieres.
Bronaes. Oil Paintings, Chamber Suits, in walnut;
1 Ire wring Cases, Bedsteads. Bureaus, hair and spring Mattreases.
Carpets, Bookcase, Books, Ijtdy't Secretaires, Library
Tables, Turkish Chalra, Dlniug Kurniture, Butfet, Extension
Tables, Chairs in leather, China Dinner and Tea Sets, Cut
Glassware, Lounges, llall Stand; also basement and kitchen
Furniture : alto superior Organ, eight stop, by Needhain.
N. B.?Goods packed and shipped, citv or country.
LUKE FITZGERALD, Auctioneer.
Auction sale.?peter bowk, auctioneer,
ells this day, at 12 o'clock. In the brewery in 47th St.,
near 8d av., one Refrigerating Apparatus, nndor the Tlllier
proas so. DAVID CRAWFORD, Attorney for Mortgagee.
Auction salk-hy i. j. bchw~artzkopp, at 34
av. B, at 2 o'clock, of Eaney Goods, Hosiery, Hats,
Cigar Mould* and Furniture Dealer* Invited.
A" OCTION.-LAROK HOUSEHOLD- FURNITURE
ale. ?THIS (SATURDAY) MORN INC. at 10* o'clock,
at private residence lOD Kant 13th at., near 4th ?*., Brussels.
Ingmin Cari>et?: I'arlor Snlts. in aatin, brocade, ren? and
haircloth; Pianoforte, Mirrors. Curtains, Vases, Clocks,
Tablet, Ktageres Bedstead*. Bureau*, Washstanda, Drawing
Ca?ea, hair and spring Mattres***. Bedding, Lounge*,
Chair*, Nldebosrd, Extension Tuble. Class. China, Silver
warn. Cutlery, Ac. A rare opportunity for housekeeper* and
the trade. JULIUS KRAEMKK. Auctioneer.
Albert b7 waldron, adctionkkr, ios liberty
*t.?This day, at 11 o'clock, acound hand Furniture. Ac.,
by ardor of Amo* A. Kemp, Mortgagee; alao part of assignee's
stock of Furniture, Ac.; also Groceries. Ac.
LBRRT B. WALDSON. AUCTIONEER, l'*< llBERTY
*t.?February 1 and 3, at 1(1 o'clock, 1.3B5 uSclaime
l'aokages, by order of Adanie H*press Company.
UCTIoS OP HOI)SKHOLD FUKNITI RE.
this (Saturday) morning, commencing at 1014 o'clock,
of rich and plain Household Furniture. Pianoforte, Parlor
Suit*. Bedroom Suit*, Ac., at four story private residence 21
East 20lh st.. uear Broadway, of magnificent Drawing Room
Suit, Ktagerea, Cabinets, J ardiniercs, gilt Table*, Mirrura,
Bookcases, Desks. Turkish Chairs. Bedsteads, Bureaus,
Dressing Cases, Mattresses, marble and Extension Tallica,
Bullet, ('hairs. Clucks, Curtains, (el PaiulJnga, Carpets,
Crockery, Cutlery, Ac. HENRY ZINN, Auctioneer.
BY J. W CAMPBELL, J RT AUCTIONKKR.-C AM P~BKLL
A CO.,sella this day. coinpiciirlng at 10* o'clock,
in lots, entire Due Fixtures and Furniture of a first elasa
Restaurant and Dining Balnon, No. 10 Union square, vis
walnut Tables, quantity Chairs. Bar, Counter. Back Bar,
Mirror, llronse. Clock, fine marhle top Ovster Bar, One silverplated
Ware, Castors. Cutlery, Knives, Forks. Spoons,
Table Liuen, (ilaes and Croekcrv Ware, qaantity yards
Oilcloth, superior Bratnhall, Dean and Monuse Ranges, In
perfect order ; Kitchen Utensils, Stoves, Refrigerators other
goods. Ac. Restaurant men, buyers, dealers, specially invited.
CAMPBKIJ. A CO., office No KH East Mb st.
Bankrupt balk or asbjwo cigars of imported
and Kef West brands, to bo stdd st SB Nassau st.. this
day, at 10 o'clock A. M., without reserve, by A. C. WICK,
Auctioneer.
j^vecutor'rt Talk.
J ACOB HEP.BACIIKR, Auci r.
wrlll tell, on Wednesday, February 2. 1H70, n 26 Will ett
St(ect, at 12 o'clock noon, the valuaole
two story brick Building and Lot
No. 26 Wlllett street.
ta connection tharswttli, the old and well-established
Cigar Box Factory
Ol \nr iBir^fro. n iric, hhwifihih m
Machinery, Boiler, Engines, Ac.
FKKUK. HEI'PENHEIMER,
Executor.,
For further particulars apply to
J. SKKHACHKR. Auctioneer, 1<!4 Chatham st.
CTeokg e holbr< >ok, auct i on ekh >11 >lhk< kVk
T A ROLLINS (successors to Witllaui Witters), this day,
at tbe old established stand No*. AVI and AKI Canal at., a
genteel assortment of Household Furniture, Carpets,
parlor and chamber Bulla, Extension Tables, Bedding,
kitchen Utensils, Ac , at private sale at auction pricea
HKRTZKERG BROTHERS, AUCTIONEERS.?BY VIR.
tue of a chattel mortgago I shall expose for sale at pnbllc
auction to the highest bidder the Engines. Boilers,
Lathee, Shafting, I'tilleys, Tools and Implements, with
wooden Building, on the premises No .134 West 41st St.. In
this city, on Heturdav, C.nb Inst , at 10 A. M. A good opportunity
for machinisIA CHRISTOPHER C. McADAM,
Attorney for Mortgagee.
8. WBINBEROBR. AUCTION KKK?KKOULAK WEEK.
ly sale of general merchandise this day (Saturday), Jan.
20, at 10)^ o'clock, at No. 73 Bowery. Furniture, Clothing,
Dry floods. Fancy Goods, Notions, batches, Jewelry, Cutlery,
Shades, Glassware, Crockery, Stoneware, office Ueska,
Dress and Show Figures, Showvusses, Smoking Tobacco,
Cigars, Pipes, 30 cases assorted Wines, without reservs.
Dealers especially invited.
J P. TRAVBR, AUCTIONEER.?MORTGAGE KALE
this day, by vlrtae of a chattel mortgage, at 'J o'clock,
at Danger's store rooms, eorner of It-tlh St. and Stb av , lot
Blankets, Sheets. Ouills. Pillow Cases, Ac.
Wl. T. yl'INN. Attorney for Mortgagee.
T P. TRAYBR, AUCTIOMSIR.?MARSH A L'NNALK
rj . this day, by virtue of su execution, at 2 o'clock, at
H aeger's store rooms, corner of 34 th it. ana Sth av,, lot Fancy
Hoods, Hosiery, Underclothing, Ac.
JOHN DUGUAN. Jr.. Marshal.
T P. TRAVEB. AlTCTIONP.HK, ?MARSHAL'S SALE,
sj . this day. at lOJs o'clock, at 30 Croat Jones street, lot
ot canvas awning Material, parlor, chamber and other Furniture.
Mattresses, Pillows, Spreads. Stoves, Pictures, Piano,
Hraniball A Dean Range. Counters, round and other Tables,
Hnrgisr Alarm, Kits Macksrel, Prunes, Coffee. Teas, Fancy
Goods, Jewelry, Ac. A. H. CLARK. Marshal.
j hkThaciikk, auctioneer, "will bell, this
f), day (Saturday), at salesroom, Iftff Chatham street, at
11 o'clock, a lot of new and second hand Purnitnre, Carpets,
Looking Claeees, also Coats. Pants, Vests, Linen Shirts,
Drawers, Blankets. Valises; also a lot of (Una, W hiskeys,
Brandies, Champagnes. Cigars, imported Alee, Ac.. Ac. To
be sold wltbont reserve. Deposits required.
LOfclH MAYER, AUCTIOMRER, 37B BOWERY?SELLS
st 10^ o'clock line Fixtures of Sal >on UN Hester street.
Mirrors, Pictures, One Bar. Sale positive. In lota Dealers
Invited.
OBTUAGRi 8ALB.?THOMAS J. MORATII. AUCtioneer,
will sell this day, 11 o'clock, No. 3f?4 South St.,
the contents of a Liquor Store, consisting of Bar. back Bar,
four pull Beer Pump, Bottles, Ao. By order of P. PKKNY,
Attorney for Mortgagee.
Richard Walters' sons, auctioneers.
Grocery Store, Stock and Fixtures.
Mortgage sale. Will sell this day (Saturday), at 10)$
o'clock, at 415 West 3lHh at.. Stock and Fixtures of a Grocery
Store, ns.:?Tea, Coffee, Spices, Canned Fruit, Pickles,
Oils, Onions, Coffee Mill, Glass Case, Counter, Ice Box, Ac.
By order of attorney.
OHERirrs hale" OK BOOTH" SHOES, F IXTCRES,
o CARPETS. AC.
S. HERMAN SheHfTs Auctioneer,
sells THIS DAY (Saturday), January 2V, at 11 o'clock,
at No. H73 Mth av.,
the entire Stock and Ptxtnree of a first class boot and shoe
store, consisting of e large assortment of Hoots. Shoes,
Gaiters, Slippers. Brngans, Rubbers Ac.; also Counters,
Fixtures. Mirrors, Stools, Her sens. Carpets, Oilcloth, Ac.
Sale positive. Dealers Invited.
WILLIAM C. CONNER, Sheriff.
Gtoxca J. Wood. Deputy.
1MON ABRAHAM, AUCTIONEER, SKLLS, AT 10)$
o'clock, S4 3d St.. Purnitnre, black walnut Wardrobe,
Bureau. Mirror, Pictornt. German feather Beds, 34 (Juflts,
to yerds Oilcloth, Crockery, Oleeswere. Champagnea iu lota.
ILLIAM ABBOTT, AUCTIONEER, OF PICE NO. 3
Chambers St., will sell on this day. at 101$ o'clock, at
4r> East Broadway, carved walnut Bedsteads, Bookcases,
Wardrobes, Suits In reps, best hair Mattresses, Carpels,
marble top Tables, Stoves, fine Ice (.'keel, Ac.
tiik LKCJIRK SKAfiON.
Association hall, hho st. and 4th av.?
Miss Frances R Wlllard. of Chicago. Free lecture
npofl temperance this evening. Subject, "Everybody!
War."
PURSriTUWh.
A" ?WEEKLY and monthly payments taken
, for Farailnre, Carpets and Bedding at B. M. OOWpkktii
wait a CO. s. 133 and 137 Chatham st. An ijamsnsc
stock at low orient.
A _rt>* HA LB AT PRIVATE MMDKNCB UK) WKHT
2M si, near nth ?., Parlor Suit In utlln. oust
$!.(??). for JSfcV); on* do., 9IJ&: rap and haircloth Suits, R?)
and t&>; Hadeteada. Hnraaua, Waahatands, hair and spring
Mat treaaes. Ertenalon Tabic. RafTat, Chair*. Ac. M IV?An
elegant r?**w.>od four roand Wlndaor Piano for |UVl
LADT WAirpTTO HIRJf rURNITURB *>? ul
room a. Bedding for three: board gentleman In Dart barmen!.
Address t>. (T? llnrald office
ucTHiii "BOOMST NO w BAST ITTH BT.?ruRKItur*.
Carps ta, Mirror*, Cabinet. Armotra, Mattraaaea,
Paintings, Piano*, Urgaaa, Ac. Prlrat* sal* at auction
prleea.
I/OR 8ALX-AT A RACHITIC*. ON ACCOUMT OF THE
r own*r going to Europe, all the elegant Furniture contained
in a Hrat class four story boos* near Fifth Arena*
Hotel; I-ea** of house ean he had If reonired. Apply to
WILLIAM ILh.NMfc.LLV, Sheriff s Heal Estate Anctlon*?r,
Mo. tt Pino St.
K R AI
JBMENT.
AMDkKMKMTB.
IjVUJI.E THEATRE, BROADWAY AN1> :CH> ST.
J Mr. JOSH LIAKT Hole Prtipricwr *od Muiinr
MATINKK Th.. Hurleaoue of
THIS DAY, RORKMI SIIKLI..
Ht J. tlie Orand OU? of Acta,
MATIN EE Sonift. JuBicliu* and Slulthea.
MATINEE by llie entire company of btar Artixta,
MATIN KK at tb? Matinee
MATIN KK and Kvrnin* Performance. at 7.
MAHNBB EVERY WKPNKHIMY AND KAT1KDAV. ^
*) I TH STREET OPERA HOUSE.
O'T IiumeuM success of tbe new Company.
More now Sinn next week; also the improved
PARISIAN CANCAN.
During the piece a scene from tbe garden of
IJ5 JARDINK MAJKILLE
will be Introduced with ell I La gayety iuiJ splendor.
Metineo every Wednesday end Beterdwy, 2 P. M
HTRD~AVRNUR THEATER, BETWEEN ?>TH AND
MlKt sts.?PROFESSOR MITCHELL. tJie Eire Demon.
In presenting thl? entertainment to the public, tbe management
bege leave to ttate that It Is not trleka of sleigh!of
hand, or more properly called deception. but a reality. Ihta
wonderful being deliee the world, and offers a reward of T.VJU
to aujr one who will detect any deception practised In auy of
the feata Dou't fall to see him. Iferd Sisters, Carter
Brothere. Harry Sheldon, French Twin Slaters. Carrolls?
R. M. Carroll, Matter Kdwiu, Little Dick and General, in a
new and original akeich, by J. C. Stewart, entitled "Sweet
Home." Thuredav. January 27, afternoon and evening,
benefit of (Jeorge Wlnshlp. In the afternoon, an entire now
company. Family Matinee Wednesday and Satnrday at 2.
GR AND it ATI NK iT TO DAY OF TlUVtS~Il3JtSAtt~BEgins
at 1 :30 o'clock.
BOOTH'S T1IKATRE, MATINEE DAT.
JAURETT A PALMER Lessees and Mauugers
TWO GRAND PERFORMANCES TO-DAY.
EVERT NIOHT aad at this SATURDAY MATINEE,
until further advertlsemeut, representation, with unexamined
splendor, of the great Tragedy, JULIUS C.ESAR.
with tin unparalleled congregation of Shakespearian! in the
caet. including
Mr. LAWRENCE BARRETT ae CAJUS CASSILS,
Mr. P. C. BANGS aa MARCUS ANTONICS
and
Mr. K. L. DAVRNPORT as MARCUS JUNIUS BRUTUS.
Mr. Millies Levick (especially engaged to act the title part
of the play; and the eutlre company of Booth's Theatre.
PROMINENT FEATURES
of the grand Shakespearian presentment, beyond the extraordinary
caet, are splendid original music, OKAND
PROCESSIONS aad TABLEAUX, a multitude of auxiliaries
and magutficdnt acenerv.
THE FINALE
of lh? play Is a grand tableau, the BURNING OF TnE
BODY or BRUTUS ON T1IE PLAINS OF PHILIPPE
^GADKMY OF MUSIC.?MLLB. TBRBSB TITIENS.
RENTREE OF SIGNOR BMONOLL
GRAND ITALIAN OPERA.
MONDAY EVENING, January 31, at S o'clock, first time
this season of Duulsotti's Uraud Opera. in three acts,
LUCRKEIA BORGIA.
Mile. TIIERKSE TITIENS Tor tbe first tlmo in America la
hor worlil-reuowned character of Lnerella.
Miss BEAUMONT first time as Orainio.
Signor HRIGNOI.I (his first appearance after an absence
of three years; ae Gennaro.
Signer OKLAND1NI (his first appoarance In opera this
season; as the Duke.
Musical Director end Conductor. MAX MARETZKK
WEDNESDAY EVENING. February 2, last d>ut one;,
IL TKOVATOKK.
FRIDAY EVENING?Last TITIENS OPERA NIGHT.
SATURDAY, February 5?OXLY GRAND TITIENS
MATINEE.
Each purchaser of reserved Seats will be presented, FREE
OF CHARGE, with a copy of the current
TITIENS OPERA LIBRETTO.
Scats ran be secured at the Box Office of the Academy of
Music, 14th st., and at Rudolph's, 162 Broadway.
Positively no free list, with the'exception ot the press.
MONDAY EVENING, February 7, Mile. TITIENS at the
Brooklyn Academy.
^JOLOSSEUM, BROADWAY AND3STU ST. *
LAST WEEK. I THIS ASS ASSINATION
ok the arcubishop.
i the sieoe of paris.
of tiie great panorama of the
| franco-prussian war.
Open from 1 to P. M. and from 7J?
PAINTINGS. | to 10 P. M. Admission. ,V) rent*.
Children half price ; no extra*. Music in the promenade.
Brooklyn theatre.
SHOOK A PALMER Lessees and Managers
Second week
of the highly successful engagement of
Mr. 11. J. MONTAGUE.
MONDAY EVENING. January 2< the beautiful Drama,
ROMANCE OF A POOR YOUNG MAN,
whirl) will be produced with exquisite new scenery and appointment*
and a most remarkable cast, including the
names of Messrs. H. J. Montague, Burroughs, Montgomery,
Phillips, Thorpe and Matthews, and Misses Marie Gordon,
lone Burke, Hattie Thorpe and Mrs. Furrcu, Mrs Sol
Stuifli and Laura Thorpe.
NEXT WEEK?Marshall's dellghtfulCoraody,
FALSE SIlAME,
In which Mr. Montague will appoar lor the first time in
America as Arthur. Lord Chilton.
OARIS1AN VARIETIES, 10TII ST. AND HUOAUWAY.
A TEMPLE OF SENSATIONAL NOVELTIES.
PEERLESS MODEL VARIETIES OF AMERICA.
Original, Fretichy, fashionable amusement of New Y'ork.
Eyeuings, 8 o'clock. Matinee Tuesday, Thursday aud Saturday.
ut 2 o'clock.
Melange. | Elegante. I Spicy, | Sparkling. I Specialties.
GRAND OLIO OF 60 ARTISTS.
20 Beautiful Models. | 20 HpeclallsU. | 20 lovely Coryphees.
Gems ol Music, Snug, Dauee, Ballet, Karoo and Sketch.
LAST MATINEE NAUGHTY DUCHESS. Last Night.
Last Night NAUGHTY DUCHESS. Last Matinee.
Avalanche of New Stars and New Attractions Monday.
Leranion Broa BLUE BEARD. New Stars.
Magic Flight. BLUB BEARD. New Acts.
Mystic Box. BLI'E BEARD. New Ballots.
Bread and Water. BLUE HEARD. New Hongs.
Irish Sailor. BLUB HEARD. New Dances.
A Host uf Stun ami wilderness of attraction*. Last Naughty
Ductless Matinee to-day. 2 o'clock. Last Naughty Duchess
performance to night at 8 o'eiuck.
1T KitMASIA THEATRE, I4TH ST.
VX Al?. NEUENDORFF Director.
SATURDAY, Jan. 20, BENEFIT OF JULIUS WITT.
DKK REGISTRATOR ACF RE 18EN.
Comedy, in three acts, by L. Arrange.
PIASOFOBTRg, OllGANN, AC.
\ -FOR RENT, UPRIGHT, SQUARE AND GRAND
XV. Pianos of our own make; also for sate and rent, a
liumbei of tine second hand l'ianoa in perfect order. WILLIAM
KNAHK k CO.. No. 112 5th av.. above 16th at.
I -$100 ROSEWOOD PIANOPOBXB; PIANOM TO
iV. rent. $fi per month and upward: new Instruments at
great sacrifice. GOLDSMITH'S, 26 Bleecker !., near
Bowery.
PRIVA1B FAMILY WILL SELL THEIR 8TKINway
k Sous' Pianoforte (at sacrifice); four round, rosewood
case, octave, full agraffe, overstrung Piano, cost
fl.Utsi for (U7U; htwol, eovor; also octave Decker A
ltro* .Pianoforte, ono-uuarter mat; box for shipping. Call
at private residenoe 47 West 16th at.
V GREAT BARGAIN.?7t? OtTTAVE ROSEWOOD
I'lano, front round corner*, all modern Improvements,
ttrst clam city make, not used stx months, lor f2i?.) cash;
('bickering's, Stclnway's, Waters' and other first clam second
Itand Pianos at wonderfully low prices. Wareroom* 481
Broadway. HORACE WATERS A SONB.
PRIVATE FAMILY WILL SELL THEIR RLE*
rant four ronnd Windsor Pianoforte, cost $1,300, for
fltoO, Including Stool. Cover and Mnslc Cabinet ; also a
magnificent Needham's Silver Tongue eiirtit stop Organ, rest
fit's), for $15:j. Call at private residence 12ii West 33d su,
near Utb av.
A CHIC KB RING ROSKWOoITT OCTAVE ~~CARVED
uprifrht Pianoforte, cost $6U>, will be sold at an immense
sacrifice. 28 East ltd St., near 2d av. .
A HKVEN OCTAVE PIANO, CARVED RICHLY,
nsed stx months, fifth Pianos to rent and sold on
monthly payments. JOHN MAIIONH. 4(>th St. and 1st a v.
A BEAUTIFUL PIANOFORTE, f 100? PIANOFORTES
to rent, $5 monthly; instalments taken, ('bickering
and Htelnway Pianofortes, bargains. J, BLtiDLH, 13
Wavertey place, near Broadway,
ItKAI T1 Ft:L KObBWOOD 7 OSTAVK PIANOlortr^oostftftO.
for $100. No. 243 Kaat IWUi st.
I^LKGANT ROSEWOOD WKBKK PIANO (SQUARE),
J equal to new; owner breaking on; will be sold rra?onble.
Aldraas CASH, box 101 Herald Uptown Branch office.
BW PIANOS FOR SALE LOW PGR CASH-MADE
by Behning A Diehl, at li. HOPKINS', No, 861 Broad
way.
CTB1NWAY RUBINSTEIN CONCERT GRAND PIANO
O to be sold by auction at the HOMEKV1LLE Auction
Mart, 74 Univemity place.
"117 A NT ED?A nARP, LITTLE USED, BUT GOOD AH
Vf new; most lie full site. Addrom, stating where it can
be seen, H., box 1,700 Poet ofBro.
\~FOR A HANDSOME, ROSEWOOD, CARVED
now, at 425 Went 2Hth at.
MMICAL.
A^m (JENTLKMAN OK GRP.AT EXPERIENCE GIVES
Instruction on pianoforte. organ, harp. harmony, papll's
re.ldence, fill quarter; Ixat reference rl?cn. Addriuw, with
residence, TK Al'IIF.K. bni 12H Herald Uptown Branch office.
FTa rip-private lIkohVish^ pi an6* violin.
v; Ouitar, Organ, Flute, Hinging, Ac. 82 East 14th at.
Practice free,
Teacher op vocal and Instrumental music
and Krrnrh wanted at EDUCATIONAL BUREAU, No.
27 Union square.
DAVL'UIO A< 'AMK.MIKs.
* ?RAISE'S DAMCIKO AC A DKMI KB.^-CDASKKN
V two* lorming. PRIVATE LKBhUKU any hour at 212
Kaatllthrt.
LLBN DODWORTHD DANC1NO BCIlOOL. '
No. 212 5th a*.
Brooklyn branch at lot Waahington at. Claaaaa or prlrate
leaaona fur ladies, gnntlemen ana ohildren. Pur particulars
tend lor elrealar.
?CAIMTER'R DANCfNO ACADEMY, PLIMPTON
. Building, Ktnyvesant and Oth .la ? Private lessons In
glide; doable glide and aaaaanbiy wallaea a specially. Reception
Monday evenings.
DIAMON D'R DANClNO ACADK.M V, 1,200 H Hi I AO
way.-?The aim of thla estatMishuient la to produce
good dancers. Backward pupils receive aa many private
lessons aa wlH enable them to matter the waits Without extra
coat. Gentlemen until May, $7; ladies, |5. Tuesday
and Balnrday.
po?T oimc? ?otick.
POST OFTICR NOTICE.
JT Tha foreign maila for the ending Batnrday,
Juiu; at? HT7?5. will eloea at llila uftlea on Haturday, at 4
A. M , for KngUml. Vt alaa, Ireland Mid Kramer, per "learner
Kapublle, rla Queanatown, and at 4 A. M. for 8. Aland, par
ataanier BoltrIa, rla Ulaagow, and at 1] A. M. for
Hurope, par ateatuar America, rla Ouuthamptoa and
Bremen.
Mail* for China, Japan, Ac, will learn Baa Franc!ten
February I, IW7H
Malta for AaatraMa, New Zealand, will leare Ban Franriaeo
February 3, IWll. T. L. JAlKll, I'oetmaatar.
I .? HTRI 'CT ION.
A^COMI'KTKNT AKCIIITRCT 18 WILLING TO
irlra laaanna In arehHectnral and mechanical drawing;
term a moderate Addraaa F. B , II arald office.
B* OTH. KR DO LB K A R. I. UM VkOADW AT. PRR.
parea bojra far buaiaaae la one qnarter, two $7:, daafca
recant
jp.
PRICE POUR CENTS.
AHVIXXim.
rTII atknck theater.
O "Proprietor hii<1 Munurrr Mr. AOfil'HTIN HALT
EVERY NlliHT AND SATURDAY M ATI NEK.
THE PREDOMINANT SUCCESS.
pppp ii qqyy p u eeke
p p ii o y u u e
pppp ii u o u u ekr
p 11 q 9 q u uk
r II *^y ntu J!.ccn
A PHY OP TO-DAY. m
Produced wllh sum.tuuua aceuery mid en extraordinary
ca?t
Mire Fanny Darenport,
Mr Charlea Walter, Mr. U. U. HarkJna,
Mr. Jam<'? Lewla, Mr. W. Davidge, Mr. K. Hurdenberj,
Mr M. Marryinore, dr. John Draw, Mr. C. Rarkwril,
Mini JelTreyi Lewii. Mr?. (J. II. Gilbert. Mill Etpily Rigl,
Miw Sydney Cowell, Mine Kate Holland and
Mr. John Brougham.
*. The evening performance beidiK promptly at a quarter
to H. Carriiiaei may be ordered for I1:1U Box aheel open
lor A MONTH IN ADVANCE.
PIQUE MATINEB TO-day. at I :*>.
TIT ALLACK'k " ""
f T Proprietor and Manager....Mr. LESTER WALLACE
THIRD week ok THE SLCCESSFUL new COMEDY.
EVERY RVKNINO AND SATURDAY MATTNEK.
will be presented Mr. H.J. tlyro:i a ?iioeo??tul Comedy, lis
lour ecu, entitled
MARRIED IN HASTE.
witli
Mr. LESTER WALLACE tie GIBSON GREENE
Other cliaractora by Mann. JOHN GILBERT. 0. A.
STEVENSON. J. W. CARROLL, W. HERBERT, J. W.
SHANNON, O. P. BROWNE, R. WARRl N. .1 PBCK.
Mlaa ADA i)Y AS, MR. ROSE LISLE and Mu? E. THORN.
TON. ,
Peatf ean be aeenred two weeks In advance. ?,
WOOD'S ML.SKCM , /TH^DAY.
vv matinee at 2. admission 20 CTH.
and EVENING AT S.
great double bill.
O. D. BYRON
and NBYER'S brah8 BAND,
iu Hie sensational play,
donald M'KAY.
belle howitt and A. H. sheldon
in the new burleaque
DICK WHITTINUTON
AND HIS CAT.
HEATliK "COM I QUE
oh broadway.
MR. MATT MORGAN ...Manager,
M ati nee matinee. matinee. ,
TO day rickey WM. harry
classic and CHAR. white.
tableaux barney. matinee
miss ella WERNER, miss jennie hughes.
miniature til'th.
WAYNE and LOVELY.
miss clara moore.
a new olio.
MATINKK TO-DtY 2 P. M.
M VI IN HE WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
LY MP I0 T HE AT REi ~ tb!4 BROADWAY.
JOHN F. POOLE Manager
UKA.NU LAST APPEARANCES
MATINEE, of
MATINEE, SOL SMITH RUSSELL
MATINEE, and the
M ATI NEK, BEROEU FAMILY.
MATINEE, THE GREAT
TO-DAY, OLYMPIC COMPANY
AT TWO. IN A NEW BILL.
LAST PERFORMANCES OF NIMBLE NIP.
V ON MONDAY NEXT KNTIRR CHANGE.
REAPPEARANCE OK
THR WONDERFUL CARLO BROTHERS,
the greatest gymnasts on tho lace of the globe.
Messrs. JOHNSON AND BKl NO,
Messrs. HARPER AND STAN'SILIa
The Monarch of Hanjoiata, Mr E. M. llAl.1..
Tlift great Dancing Duelists, MURPHY AND MORTON.
First appearance of the Beautiful Vocalist,
Miss ADA MORGAN.
Flrat time a now comic pantomime entitled,
BEE SAW?MARGERY DAW
AND AN ENTIRELY NEW PROGRAMME.
UNION SQUARE TIIEATRB.
Broadway uud 14th at.
SHERIDAN SHOOK Proprietor
A. M. PALMER Mauaj.-or
Every night.
ROSE MICHEL,
Illustrated with the
AN MOST ELABORATE AND BEAUTIFUL
SCENERY
ever set upon a stage, and with a cast of
UNEXAMPLED STRENGTH,
UNDOUBTED including the following favorite names:?
Messrs. C. R. Thorite, Jr., Stuart Robson,
Fred Robinson, J. II. Htodilart, John Parsolle,
Kberj PlympWtn, T. K Morris, LvssnTBIUMPIL
d. r Thompson, W. II. Wilder, and W. N.
Quigloy, and Misses Rose Kytlnge, Fanny
Miiraiu, Nina Varian (by kind permission uf
Lester Wallackl and Augusta Raymond.
SATURDAY, Januarv 20,
ELEVKNTU MATINEE OF RUSE MICHEL
Boats securest two weeks In advance.
FRIDAY EVENING, lebrnarv 4.
BENEFIT of .Miss ROSE KYflNGK.
jfNLOBK TH E AT It E.
IT K. W. BUTLER Manager
THE STANDARD VARIETY THEATRE OK NEW YORK.
COMBINATION OF EXCELLENCE THIS AFTERNOON.
FAMILY MATINEE, ? EVERYBODY DELIGHTED.
GLOBE | Mr. GEORUE H. KNIGHT,
THEATRE Mr. HARin MONTAGUE,
THIS Messrs. SCANLON ami CROWE*
AFTERNOON. y Messrs MoKEK and ROGERS,
AT 2 O'CLOCK Messrs IIOGAS and LORD.
Life in a Tenement House. Old Man's Trouble*.
Minstrelsy Exposed and Seeues In Fairy Land.
ABOUND THE BLOCK IN FORTY MINUTES
ALL THE IMMENSE COMPANY WILL APPEAR.
Door* open at 1; evoninr at 7 o'clock
Box office open daily. Seats seenrod in advance.
Bowery theatre
Brilliant suowssof She celebrated srtirla. Mr* G. C.
HOWARD, in her urigiual character of Tnpsy, in
UNCLE TOM S CABIN,
with all its original embellishments and effects.
Also the Colored Georgia Jubilee SUigars and Warren
Gritfen, the Great llsiijoi.t
Mr. G. C. Howaru iu his original character. St. Clair.
T" OSY PASTOR'S NEW THKATRK.
TONY PASTORS
NEW THEATRE.
NEW THEATRE.
A ATO-.N1GIIT I TO-NIGHT A
GREAT The Star Troupe of the I THE
BILL world The only recognised | BEST
SATURDAY Company in New York TAINMr. NT
EVENING, TO-NIGHT, Jennie Kieple, IN
AT 8?m Devere, Kinmeraoii NEW
TONY and Clark, Alice Rom, Ed YORK.
PASTOR'S Murrey, Clalra Sietere, Ou? INDORSED
NEW Wllllaraa, the Brabama. W KY THE
THEATER. Henry Eire. tl>? Ray*, PUBLIC
THE Charlea Morley, and Tony ANI>
LADIES' Paaior'e complete and en P11E8S
THEATRE, lire Troupe. Tlia gr eaten AS
THE lu the world THE
PEOPLE'S Orchestra chair* and prl FINEST
THEATRE, vate hoxea secured six days IN
TONY In advance. THE
PASTOR'S Carriages may be ordered WORLD.
TONIGHT. atlUSJO.
4? 4 ?
San Francisco minstrels i opera house,
SAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS Broadway
SAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS I end 2?tb at.
ACROSS THE CONTINENT.
MATINEE BACKUS' linpernonatiotia of
TO-DAY, Oakey II all, Barrett, Bangs,
at 2. Davenport, and othera.
Reata Mcnred. THE SPECTRES;
? or. THE RING DEMONS.
Great auccena of the new and novel arrangemuut ol tbe flrat
part, introducing a new, beautiful parlor acene. by Louia
Dntloeq; a magnificent parlor net or furniture, by Pettier,
Sty 111 u a ,fc Co.. Lexington av. and t2il at.; broniee. rhandeIters,
Ac., by Mitchell, Vance A Co., at a cost of ijv.'."OU.
XT*W TORK STADT THEATRE
ll PAFPKNHEIM GERMAN OPERA.
monday, january 31. i?7?.
FAUST, FAUST,
Gouuod'a grand Opera, in 3 arte.
Marraretha Mile. EUGENIE P APPESTrEIM
SJebel Mm*. CLARA PERL
Conductor. CARL BERGMAN.
Great Choree and Orchestra Popnlar prices.
1770? ~~ =*
MARTHA WASHINGTON RECEPTION
and
CENTENNIAL TEA PARTY,
at tbe
ACADEMY OF MCfTTO,
IRVING HALL AND NLL8SON HALL,
no tbe
EVENINO OP FEBRUARY 22, 1876
In aid of
TUB FLOATING HOSPITAL
of
ST. JOHN'S GUILD.
Untie by Orafalla'a, Bernaleln'a and Downing'* Ninth Regi.
uient Ramie.
A grand dlaplay of the Cortumea, Decnratlona. Fnrnltnra
and Social Cuatome of 177tl
Under tbe management of
400
leading oltteeu of New York
QOCIETT SOCIABLES KVKHY SATUrDaY KVRNlNti
? M ' "" 'sstSRV&rtz&Ji*'
*r\naSMT aunt I . m AB U IF r> a w.. ! " _
I , I ?IIIIUI<|| un, mm U*UIIMIBK, Oil M V
IV DaL'QHTKR?The moat iiKMawful bnrleaqu* of th*
day by It.* brilllnut young author, Mi. Hydoey Roaeofeld,
now drawing the l?r?Ml hoaaea of lha aaaaon .at Joeb Hart a
trantlftil Eagle Theatre, hai barn aaenrad by the onderelgned
for hit celebrated lint of acting pi ay a Th* author a.
com nlnle copy righted edition now In preaa Coplea will ba
mailed fraa on receipt of lie., by li M. DE WITT, Tab"
Uibar, S3 K.W ! . New York.
OBiulNAL MATINEE HOP
at Irving Hall
every 8ATCR0AY F.VKMINii, uo.lar th# old management.
T^TcKP.TSPORTHK CHARITY ?ALL-AfKW ~POR
tba ball of Toeeday evening ean b? had at DKLMOMCO'8,
oornar 14th it. and 5th a*., at S5 oath.
PRRAIXBRKTTOB?DITSON A CO S STANDARD
adltlon. a* nurd at the Academy of Mnitc ; only oarrocl
and authoriaad edition, containing mualo of tha principal
air*, prioa 35a. HITHOS * CO., 711 Broadway.
Society rociabi.es kvkry baturday BvwriSiT
t t'arraro'i Aiaambly Kaomi, Tammany Bailding, I4lt?.
at. C ARTIKR A CO . Managnm .
BLOOD AND BKEATII.
BLOOD AND BREATH.,
jri REt'f SUOCEfHU-MINNIE PAI.MRR AB OKRTRIJDK.
\T In naw drama, "Laughing Byet," at MrYlckec'a,
Chicago Minnie I'almar, Monday, Jan. 31. Euclid Anno*
Opera Houae, Cleralaod, Ohio. _______
P*~I?r?CRLEBRiTIOJt AT KCCLENIA Ti aLL, NO. R'
Union niuara, thl* evening Tlcketa at tha oopr. "5.
eentt Hpaechea, toaata and rafteahiaf ma, Come liberal*
and frienda of Intallactaal freedom. _____ .,
OOCIETY ROCIABLKiTkVKkTHATURDAY KVEKlSa
O at farraro'i Aaaaubly Kooma, Tammany Building. 14th.
c-.aktikr * co.. f":?
ii ?
Tvol.1 theatre. p- 2p ajjp 3p ay*.
wtumi lso5s5*l?"mhajscu.

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