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I rue low. V. K STEVENSON, Jr., X * ea. ~
twl 17lh st.
\~ T frTuVia?5TH AV. HOt'SK, STAB I.E. WITH TWO
Lola; below arid m. I'At'L Y ToDD, 5ft Liberty ?C
"T" 1>K? ll?K!> BARUAIN.?F..t>T "I" > r. SEAR
.JY Mudiaon av.,elegant four atorv brownatone 15 room?;
choice location and in perfect order. MOsuOxlQO li. 9 in,;
worth ftOUUO; price # 2.'?at.
JAOOH V. n. WYCKOFF. A); Pine ?t. |
L1 OK SAl.K-Xo7.Wi. MAIMSOX AV., SOUTH (iF
r Hnth at.; dig can through "?t?t11 at. cs?a? tlia Elevated
and all otber citr roada; alao N" 9 Weal With ?t,, nolli by
I> Kubhiaa: each 25 feet wide, f"?r atoi* high atoop brown
time; in deairwhle location. KLIAS d. BROWN, owner,
2t> Naasuu ?t., or No. P Waal 5t'th at.
Kit at Hide.
17<OR SALE i ITEAP? HAXDSOME FOUR STORY
" brown ,t. ne llou-.e, ll>7 Eaat at. (wide atreet) ;
built lor own era uae; |iarlljr funnelled If required. Apply
aa abi vc, btf ro II or altar A
H ett Side,
A T LOW P1UOE-FOR 8AI.R, 21 VESTRY ST.,
j\ 1 etorybrirk Dwelling, In complete order; modern rotivoniertres.
A| p'y to owner, JOHN A. 11ADDEN, 40 Weal
ilOlli at. *
A 4 SAi'HII'll1 K.?WKKT 47TiI ST.. BETWEEN
J V llro.idway ami Hth a*., anperblv Ireacoetl and funnelled
brown atone Dwelling; 14 roonta; price $2*',(XI0; (KiOJIOJ
may remain; worth $.15,(AAA Permit# aent to any adilrcaa.
JACOB V. P- WYCKOFF. . , Pint at.
LV'ii SALE INK HANDSOME THREE STORY IflClH
J atoop brown atone House Xo. 330 Weat 40 th at. Inquire
of owner, on premieea.
"|7?OR SALE VERY ~LOW?A FOL'R STORY TtKOWN
X atono, in a tine neighborhood: convenient to IJarloiu
eteainboata and ateam cars. .15 Weal KHHh ?t.
Cj7 (\()(\ -A K A IP. 11 N < i.N WEST 22D ?T.} FOtTtl
4 ' story iirick HooaO; all tile modem improvcnieuta.
JAMES 1C EDWARDS, lot* Weat 23d at.
lillirellaneoaa,
A BROWN STONE HORSE IN A OOOD NEIGHBOR,
hood and raali lor a Houae In a good neighborhood In
New York lightly mortgaged, O. LI. AELJSON, 112 Broad**y
AOS /VJ\a v WILL HI V 58TH ST. CORNER IJOCSE;
4
^ CITY RK\li F.ITATKJfOR 1AI.K.
C rntral.
A COSF.Y LITTLE THKEE STORY IIIOTI STOOP
JV brown tluue II tiiM mi l I-ot, ne*r Le*ln*t'.n ?. ?ud
-U ?t., lor l?U ; built by l>uun?lly ; prir*. $i:i um
O. A. KISSAM, No. ' Pine ?t.
Kill ST., BETWEEN 5fH AND ?TH A VS.
Pbolr* four story JI font hljrh ?fnoi> jjno B??f?l?ncj ;
cost f >.<*>>.
PAl L P. TODD, 56 Liberty St.
An ra<\ will :hey a tjikek story Iikjh
?P?J.t)Ulj stoop hrlrk fl oil v on 5.3d st. ; splendid order;
see It before purchasing elsewhere. Apply at No. 0 Wall sL,
third floor, front, after 1- M.
lEltOOKl.Y Y PKOPKRTV PUR BALE
AN 1J TO LET.
\ i;0 1111<' ('< >tta< !K, WITH 14 LOTS AND STABLE,
_.x to lei, corner Bedford *v. and Bergen st . Brooklyn;
modern improvements aud in good order; rent, fS O.
O. a. KlcSAM. No. 6 Pine *t.
"T NEMTFUCK STOKY BKOWN 8TONE HOl'SE ON !
A Clinton ?l., Brbokljn. to let. furnished, fl.HfiO; untarnished,
SI.4SO I'l.AKKSON A CI I AN DLL K,
No. 1 I'ine st., aud Il5t> Broadway, corner 214.1 t.
T/'O HEN BY ST, N E \ iTl IA R K18 'T>.\ llltO (> K L Y V?
*1 'JO Tliree story brown stone liigh stoop, 122x45, in go ><1
order, near ferries, for sale to let or exchange for smaller
House; itnmediato possession. Call on or address OWN Kit,
325 Warren st.
WKSTOIIESTKK COt'NTV PKOl'EKTY
VOH 8ALB AM> TO RENT.
A GENTLEMAN'S CofNTRY SEAT-ON EAST BANK
of the Hudson, north ol Potighkocpsle; Si> acres; luimetise
ounirtitlos fruit; brick mansion; cottage; numerous
outbuildings; large river tront; dock: icehouse; unequalled
river aud ('litskiII Mountain views; at a sarrillee; photograph.
at our office. HOPKINS ,t CAKitlXOTON, No. 1
Boat 22d st.
1 YON'T PAII ATTEND THE AUCTION SALE OP
1 ' Improved and Cnituproved Property at Mount Vernon,
vu .nullum , .nuic.i O. rnrucuiiiiH :? i-.> n.i ?> , ui?.
\ ;? ifols .t cakkkkty.
I~"j^OR FALK?AT NEW ftOCUBLLB, ON WHITE
1'lain* rood, Westchester county, X. V., one mile from
depot. * Farm of acre*. now used us A stock farm. I?art
woud land and h.iUmv under good stute of cultivation, with
fine, large dwelling and all necessary outhouses; two new,
large stables, with accommodations for GO horse*; 150 tons
4 of hay; everything that may be required for stock breeding;
implements and part of stock sold if purchaser desires; fruit
of all kinds in abuudnvu'O. Also Kami of acres, part
vi'ixl land, balance under (ultivation, with dwellings and
necessary outbuild.ngs, all In excellent condition : fruit in
abundance. The above to be sold on very easy terms lor
Sort-baser ; owner Mill a* 1.- ofttg tin ad, Ipplj toF.
. CUE A NAB, on the premises; JOHfi DELdADO, East
MorrimrtA, corner Mitls ivstius; WAYDfiLL A CO., -1
Old slip.
/ 'I KEKNWOOD CBHETERT?FOR SALE77UIL LOT?
\ I improved, near tuain entrance.
MARKS, 1NH Broadway, room 7.
YE.? Ki:N i OR Foil SALE, IIGCSK. EVKIIX~WAY
desirable: convenient to depot. DAVENPORT, 1S1
Broadway, New York.
TITUKN T- 11 il: VERY DERI RABLE COUNTRY BKBr
deuce of Thomas Mhilbri, at nn -1 Yams; ipilsi
from Harlem Hrid/e by Southern Boulevard, with alt improvements
(ttas, hoi and cold water): will l?e rented t'ur
ninbed tor the summer or longer. a? desited, w.to eight aces
in lawn and gtrdeii; abundance of shade and fruit trees;
large *tab:e and outhouses; poultry and cow. For particulars
app.> to lloV. ER M- - lt? i A N . So. ^ fine a.
TO tf.T COUNTRY BEAT VfNE LOCATION; LAl?u6
dwelling and stable; U acre* of taud ; -4 mils from Ue?
sidoudid lawn, *1* tde and fiuit; rant
tx H. BAKI). Mount Vernon. N. Y.
fpo LETTn wKSTCilKS i er ?a LARiiK FIKXISHLD
I Hou*;*, JO Rooms. Stable, d m 3o Acre*. Krai* A?- .
shade Trees, ground high and health v >? !* ? line of the
P. rtchoser i dli >u I, n '? ftom Putton Ker/y; also on?
unfurnished ?l *. It! Room*. For particuUr* app y 10
i;t FETED. J* ( co re st. #
- SKPRS.-SPLENDID COTTACH; VINE ROOMS;
1 :..mlrni improvements; rent only gObO; near depot.
AY! > Y(M Ma vS, Agent, Y oili er*.
.iVr.Iul CiTV. UOBOKEN, HUDSON
I'TV AND BBROBS REAL ESTATE.
Km* Sal...
f '03 SALE--AT BEUOEN POI\T. PLOT OF I-Ort?.
I' containing about iouMecu lota, situated i?mi of liveD
and tinit at Inquire of WM S. .lM>SlNliS, Ulf|ta
j oil.;, or address U., box .l,t'iO Xrw t ork Poet ulHco.
To Lot or Lome.
'|V> LUT -tloVSK NO. 811 H LOOM FIELD ST., HOBOL
ken. with 13 roome and ?il modern improvements; In
very good coodilion. rcul $!' *). Inquire n:i the premises,
between 3 and 8 o'clock i'. M , or at KIMMEL A VOIOT'S,
3ot) Canal at, New York.
mo LET?AT UREKNYILLK. JERSEY CITY. A MR A IT
J. titully lococated House, convenient to station id Contsul
Railroad nl New Jersey (twenty minutes to N. w York1, n d
hone cars to Jersei City lerty: home contains twelve
rooms, hall in centre, on 1 is surrounded br lawn and shade
tree*. and comtnanda a tine view of New Y'ork Itay, the Narrowa.
Ac. For particulars inquire of YY M. I TKK1E A Bill),
real estate. No. ,V> Liberty at., N. Y'., or at the Poet office,
Jrecnvilte.
PROPERTX OUT OP THE t 1TV POH
HALE OR TO RENT.
A1 IIARGAIK.? CHOICE FARM. 12.". ACRES. NKYB
Singling; gou.1 dwelling and outbuildings; orchards;
line eoti, well watered; term* easy.
T. OLIVER CARTER, 3ft Nassau *t , room 11.
T NEW BRTi.ilTON, MATKN ISLANIL HOUSES Id
let, fnmiahed and nnfiirui-hed . uti le, health, scatter*,
C unfort, reasonable terms . guides turuialied. KKlTilKN
BROTHERS, Kft Thorn a* ?t.
V" BRICKYARD IN NEW .IEKSEV Foil SALE?COS'.
talning 2ti acres, now in goud running order, situated
one canal and two line* of railroad* with a capacity of
8,5(.0,<<0>i per annum. Apply to U. J. IMY'lD, 38 1'ark row,
room 10.
/ VolTAOK FOR SALE?tiT LOTS OUOINIt: SE\ KX
a room*; high ground; all shaded; line water; pri e
fl.OiW), tBOO Address bo* 70 YVeetfield Post office, New
Jersey ; one mile from depot.
pin Sale. ~~
PARK CENTRAL HOTEL. HARTFORD. CONN.
Tlie opportnnlty nnJ bargain of the Centennial year.
Tlds rlrpant Hotel, brick and atone, new. with all modern
hnprovefhontr, Including elevator, having more than l?>
rooms, eninptnously furnished, and located near the depot,
new State House. Post (Ufice. I'nited states courts and
the Pnrk. is now offered for sale on terms that will he quite
satisfactory to investors and first claas hotel men. Hart lord
Is now the sole cat Ital of the State, a fart is itself alone vuftirlrnt
to warrant a paving business. The above hotel is
iq>euatl, In running order and doing a good bualnes*. Apply
to J. A. CASE. As-lgnee. Hartford, Conn., or
ii u. mucn. it' rinr m.. .acur um
1|H>R BALI -OCEAN HOI 55 CAPS *AT. If. J. '
_T r>??rltr nimiMr Iriorl, houri fmin Philadelphia;
Ii' u?c furnished and ready f..r opening; aicnnnnodallull lur
UM gueMa.
DAVTS A SIMPSON. 711 Walnut at , Philadelphia.
TJIOR HALE OR To I.KT VNTIt. Soi.l) _?> ACRKsj
J? thrae mile, mi a line to :*!th at . North Klver;auitabl? fur
gardcnar, milkmen and paaturtng. IM Rowirji.
Tt>V)R RENT-VERY DESIRABLE ITKMSIIKD COTJO
mt Cim May, fronting ocean. Apply Io F. O. A
V. S. BKOWN, No. '.? Br m-iwuv, Nti? York, i r U. II. 4% II.
V. M ('I Kl! Li I>. Ii?> *2<6 South 6tli ?i.. 1'h 1* lelph.o.
F~OK RKNT jN rHlLADKI Fill * OKK LARGS IND
handsome prune Mansion. fummncd beautifully. altn?t#d
III the mhurba. and one Ur frrnithed t'.r*t
clssa Hoarding in ?ams neighborhood &MVJO; couvecit'Ui
lo CcfllennUl building* bv rail or driving road.
E. V. LANAliALK. ?I7 Lncaat at., Philadelphia.
T/l" RMHHKD AM) 1 N Y I'R Nl 8 HE D~? HE A I'TI EU L
JT t'ot?.|t?? and Urge. elegant Mamdona: ana lift room a;
clinic tvcaliuna: Near Brighten. Staten lalani; rentareduced.
W. \V COLLINS, ai Pine it.
CTamsokh and imrikn farms' for sale?for
O Sft.rtA', t" Cl2.(X)0{ 10 til IftO
i ran Call i'U IU HHARD. Seely'a block, Stamford, Conn.
TO LET-ON MANI1AHHKT BAT. LAR'IF. HOl'SKc?tnpl?tei?
funnelled, eultahle :or larrc family nr Ixtardara;
ic? i?im? i lie I JuHX HANNA. 11 Wall at.
To Mil A < l.r.K; HTABLR, rRUIT. sTuHK;
plea.cut -urr jn.fliij,*: R ronm?; Oranse. N. J , 1.1 riin.
. ... 11 _ , ). tL.L t 1? .... J" VL_A
5utl. at., Na? York.
rPu RENT FURNISHED?A PLEASANT HOl'SK IN
J LltrhflrlS county. Conn.; tfrm? low. Apply to or ad.
ilrrnOWNKK. k'-t'i >t . N*w York
'PO HKNT-AT KI.IZABl.TII. N7~ j , |TNE" TIIRER
1 atnry llmnc, witli **crv Iniprorrntcnt. n??r tlapot, only
r.ii" T i >1.1 V Kit I'A I'.TKIt Ut? N u??uu ?t.. r>x m It.
J I.OTS mm: Wio.HI.AWN Ki.lt fj-i CAM IN
*t i.fcirr *t No. |,V?m llmaitu at. near ?t.
URAli K STATU T? KXCHAS6K.
a hsk hairy farm in westchEster county.
./V aoor ?<? ;?*t. Nto a.' r.j>?. Ac., to rirl.ang# for t'Hy
! ' perl. T. OLIV I.K i AKTKK. .#> Sanaa ?t.. room 11.
A I1AI-K Oil A St'K?A STY I,nil HOI SO. HIILT
J\ it.. i .vn.il lijr Will i ".i PiaM A Sob, ar. hiiarti. .1*
O -( l.r ok Ti. ( r or. tt'lian.'r. A; p A t . \V 1 l.U
Jam i li 1.1) a SON. i.' v< all .1
-f?i SM ? ilo >KS. IIIT.j. FARMS AM* HURT.
J) m??r? I- CAt-iiangr lor a pa In* Uuaiaraa. .IKK A 1.1.MOM.
I H. da ay.
4 111 A .. . M VMM I.I s.HIA. I. AM> i .1 ,t
ar.'-r to racl.auifa lor lnooklyit nr N'awara llouaa.
J. l?. CuXUlCT. I A. breaviaay.
NEW TO
| REAL ESTATE JO_KXCIIA1fCB. _
EUCHANOK.-1AO AC REX, UWMPROVKD LAHP,
rj MMmili??d codnty, tlilt for Improved Property Id
Ur<Miklyn, if uut too uiuch eucueibvrod. AiUlreM ALLEN,
lleraM o filed.
P'KilUNWK?MODERN TUKEB SToRY IIOl'ker.
i centrally located aud lightly eneombered, tor Farm
within 100 mile* from tha city. h D mach, 35 lulon
square.
For saee or exchange for a mood to>
Bukk)-, the fast trotting horse Sorrel Frank Call at
N. C. Mi i.'oKMACK. 17 Muntgumery it, Jersey City, sets
oud block from tbe ferry.
ONK OF THE BR8T PAYING FIVE HTORY DOt'BLB
Tenement nouses, on a leading avenue, tor eale or exchange
; alao $U&,UUO to loan.
uaffnby A SMITH. 17 Centre st.
ONE OF THE HANDSOMEST PIECES OF FN illproved
Property In tbe city for tale or exchange; no
objection to suburban property ; value alHUil ?140,0 41 AiF
dress, with full particulars, F. M., bo* 3.001 Post office.
QfOCK "F SALABLE.' MERCHANDISE, MAXVPAC
O turcrs' prices, to exeltange for Farm or country Resilience
tree and clear. C. WAYLAXD. ail! Broadway.
TO EXCHANilK?HKOYVN STONE ~HOCSB IN S2D
St., New Vork,'free and clear, for Factory with steam
Power and lots adjoining, within JO nitles of Jersey Oily.
Address F. R, S., Herald office,
O EXCHANGE?A BID >WN STONE HOE KB, ITtown,
near HmudaSy, suitable for two families, with
nil modern improvements) separate; will trade for city
Property ready lor improvement, worth about $12,000,
lightly encumbered. Ad.tress, giving full description. Is. S.,
Herald Uptown Branch office.
REAL estate WANTED.
VyANTED?A THREE STORY IIOI SE, POM CMHL
M well located, on east or west side, between I'.'tb and
sad its. Owners address T. OLIVER OAItTEK, 3U Nassau
sn. room II.
VVT ANTED TO PC RC HAS K?A SMALITTOTTAOK,
" within one hour from t'lty Hall; price not to exceed
?2.'00: irlve lull narticulnrs. terms Ac. Address HOME, box
I'.'.i Herald .
\\TANTED.?A TRODl'tTIVE FA It M_OK 50 To K?)
>T acre*. wHbln 100 miles Irom the city, with stock At
bottom price for cash; uo omenta. Address BOMEKti. box
18U, Herald office.
TO LHT KOR lit UNKSS FIRFOSKS
Bennett buildi.nu.
Fire Trout
Located on Nassau, Ann and Fulton Hi.
Flmt Floor to let, suitable for bankers, insurance office* or
law.vorA. Will bo lot together or in parts; bo altered to suit
tenants if desired; adapted for offices or stores.
Reasonable rents.
Also some eligible Law Offices to lot.
API'LY ON TUB TKKMI8B&
Take the Elevator. Inquire for Janitor.
VT'Ro.mTnkni' corner stohk'to let-so vebby*.
corner t'linrcb st , liStfj feet; reasonable rent to a good
tenant. Ap|dy at It" Vesev st., nsiin tt.
T FIFTH AV. HOUSE TO LET OR LEASK~SEAR
-'V 1 Otis St.; four story high stoop brown Stone, a favorable
lease, may be had for business purposes.
U. A. KI.SSaM, No. 6 Tine st.
"A TAKT OF A STORK SUITABLE"FUR THE PARA.
V sol and umbrella trado. in a well established business;
boat location on Utli av. Address EUREKA, Herald Uptown
llrauch office
B~KOAITWAY OFFICES TO LET?THE FINEST ON
the street; suitable for railway or insurance; rents
$1,200 and $2,500 each. Apply on premises, corner Warren
st. COOK. SON A JENKINS.
BAKERS.?TO LRT. A WELL FITTED LP BAKE at
Apply it 354 Spring at. J. P. FROST,
I OPTS TO LET?WITH POWKR, AT 387 AND 360
J West Utli ni. (lo??d light and cntraucc.
^ TORSR ON WEST SIDE Of BTH W BKTWEBN
k? 33d and 34th ate. Apply to J. HOMAGE BROWN.
l,2Su Broadway.
STOKE AND BASEMENT TO LET?ON BROADWAY,
below 34th Hi, 75 feet deep; Store near fltli av. $44) a
month. EDWARD II. MAKTINK. 10U West 30th !. Will
remove in a few days to 1,301 Broadway,
THE 1 'REMISES*!!?T> ANDTIi rrII AV . FORMERLY
K. M. Schater's saloon and Brewery, to rent at a bargain.
Apply to J. ItOMAlNK HRO WN, 1,280 Broadway.
O LKT?KIR8T, 8KLOND "A.ND THIRD FLOORS,
with nr without steam power. Apply at MftOOlMVIJ ti.
O LET?nfk HOI SE ANlT STORE NO !> ASTOR
placo, near Hroadwuy, Midtaide for any light business;
rent $l,2U0, Apply to A. CIHKNhY, 40 Barrow st.
rpo LKT?8TORB AND APART*KNT8.127 WAVEBEEY
X place; rent reduced; keys at M. Manas1, fashionable
tailor, next door; Dwelling House, I2f> Wavorley place,
#1,0*); call from 2 until "? 1*. M.: Building, 45 Thomas at.,
#:T> per month THORNTON M HODMAN, real estate
agent. OtMi Broadway, corner -4th st.
rPO LKT?IjT THE SRLENDID NEW UtoS" FRONT
X building Noh. 1<)h, 110, 112, 14-4 Wooster st., between
Rrineo and Spring 0(4.. the Second. Fourth, Fifth and Sixth
Floors, lOJxlO", and Basement 40xlu> feet, with or with* ut
steam power; Otis patent elevator, heated by atemn, water
ami gas throughout: will bo rented very low for a tern, of
vears. Inquire of BKl'KEK A MOORE, 41 and 43 Went
l H l st.
mn r t?t i if i. wa. e \y a k El i < m\sk7 ;.ox tool nos
A "5 mid 77 Klinr ?t., betwaeu Hudson hiiiI Yarick ; ovcupied
by Bi inter A Moure as I urn It lite warehouse llie pant 23
year.; will b? rented very low for a term of yean. ini|itlre
of Hill'NEK A Mouki.. 41 and 13 West 14tli ??., or ou the
premises. "
TO LET?Til ii LAW Hi FIVE STORY RUILOINO NOS.
120 and 122 Woo?ter si., NOxflO. with a building In tlm
roar 20a?I, also Ave stories biirli, with steam power It rcnuirvd;
will be rented very low for n Verm ol yean. Inquire
or BKVNEK h MOORE, 41 and 4b West 14tli nt.
rpo LET-TUB STOKE NO 306 IM'OSON ST.. WITH
1 nn l.iiGsloti to N". 2*4 CtmrUson ?t. , now occupied by
Mean. Urn. H. flint k I'o.; suitable tor store warehouse
and manufactory; will lie rented very low for a term of
years. Inquire of BKl'NEU A MOOKE. 41 and 4b West
14th xt.
T" o LET?lVITll STEAM I OW&K. TWO VI.OOM,
MkHS o.?U, well Mirbted. Inquire ou premises.
JOHN .McCLAYE. 11 tli sr. and 22d it.
rpo i f I STOIfK A.VH BASEMENT, nr,| Hiii i 11 >\VAV'
a above I niou square ; very desirable. Apply to m m. 11"
.1 Ai'KSO.V A CO., 31 East 17tli St.
rpb LEI ClIEAP? ENTIRE OB I'AKT OK BriiJMiro
1 11 Vandewater St., with or without steiuo power; w?H
I lighted floors, liu|ttire at IH) (Jold st.
I'll) LEASE. Kill I'll IIEl' Vr.+ k*?Wt $4 fKKl. rKEML
iht-N j77 ftth k\ ;?fr noribveai corner H3d ?t.
jkVKS H1UCIIKTT, ;i41 West 32d st.
rpo JtttHT OK LKASE?PREMInEsTNOS. 22k* AND 220
X SouiU ?t., running through to Vt *u*r ft . HHJ feci, separate
or entire. Apply to S. W. ANUKUM)N, office Shrew j
Docks, opposite.
(* AND 7 CHATHAM SQUARE, CORNER BAIT
v) Broadway. Touting Catharine, to loase; also Bunding
1.V2 * on tli *t.
DWELLING HOUIE8 TO UBT.
FurnUhedt
4 N ELEGANTLY FURN IS II ED LARGE HIGH MTOOP
?/V l? own stolid Dwelling on 2ihi st., to lei low, to mi ac
c**;>t able private family. Offices No. 4 Pine ft., ami :M Kast
17th si. V K STBVRNSON, Jr.
4 large four story high stoop Corner
-aiV House, elegantly furnished or uufuriiiMbed. to lot to a
good. re* noti slide party at fair rent. Apply on the promt*
son. No. <2? Lexington a v.
4 SITKRIOR EXTRA WIDE C)ORI|ER~HOURR% OB
iY a lending nveilue. 24 room*, henied by Mteam, fiencocd
In oil, eh'gantly furnished. at a moderate rent. Apti.j to 11.
L PHALON. Si East 17tb st.
4 nicely fur^llbd pour sk-kv brown
imnbI Usui to IB.?Nifirrisisd
bef ?re; terms moderate to n good tenant: central location.
At ilremm box 5,277 New York Post office. References required.
/ T1IO AM) FLAT S, KURNIBUBD AN0
' unfurnished. No. '?H8 t |h ar. Will remove to No. tAJ8
ffth av.
t.U'RviTritr itf a i-ti .i.v Kr lrNisn ?.7i
i; ready for immediate occup;inev; IIoom will be lea*-il
aa lonir as dcaltb-.l; lncatl >11 central and dedrililf; Furniture
inn- ! *-?'.? I, a o xnrr i* lo*vi?;vr tin' i A \ : po* e >t<>n in.mo.
diate If desired. Addrnex. with name, A. H. IV, 11 mud nficf.
rpo let ri hmmikk or i m-< km ?m8
1 three aturv brown atone llouae, 77 St. Vnrk'? iv., near
Flntbaah ar.. Hrooklrti l-Kjuire of J. P. KJLKY, corner
7th ar. and Stirling place, HrouWlyti.
rjpo"LKT\ KCRXTsHKO?WITH IMMEDIATE FORRES1
aloi wall tbn etovy llonae I'.tf Kaat 25th at., betwaea
4th and Lcxhuten Mm.; vrv prettily end fully turniahed;
po??e*doit. Seeu trnui 10 to 1; rent
rro~rent?a i 1'rmshIkd i1 uise an n thirty
1 Mi rri olOruum! uoa r**Mtic. N .).. on Erie Railroad.
Apply U flLUAM rAYLOR .-t Danle Hotel
<) }!> ST, NKAK 41 it AV?TO I.Ki. FtFftNMHKD OB
??) unfurnished. a larjre and r?? my limine nt h very reaaouable
rent. ltOLMl.H MRUS., 40 haxt 23d nt.
1' nl in niilteilt
i T I.OW RENT TO GOOD TENANT?
.. V Wcai Alal at . near "?th a v., 4 a. b. a. h. a Apnl 1
l.vat fiUth it .near '?th ar.. 3a. u. h. a .May 1
Weal l?!d *t.. oppmlM London terrace. 4 a l?. a. K. a .Mar 1
I'm* era; ty place, corner ??t 9th *t.. 4 a. b. h. a April 1
\ I . I? t *?VA :??- r. lOlIN \ II M>1>KN, 4* Weat JOtti at.
T three Story and hasi rent brick hoi ?2,
a V 13 room**, 11*9 Charlton at.; k*a* and water; to let
cheap. Bl RNIlAM, 0?W lludaon at.
I -TO LKT. KKDiVkiV KENT. TlHtBH STORY AND
a Y . basement brown alone hitfh atoop House 385 Kant 92 d
it . In good order. Apply on preuilae*. or to N. K. FLOCK,
Hull Mr -adway.
four story hTon Stoop Vrown" stone 1
llouae to let on 44HU at., near Mad I ton ar.; 20x5'JxIOO;
j reot|U,IO V K I.-saM. So. M Pine at. |
% TIIHKK BTOKY MARBLE FRONT IIOUBB, PER" j
. V r?n or.l.T, to cue or two r?u?Uio*. Apply on prctni.es
Ku. 3111 K??t i?W at., near 1M Ar. Kent fx>o. j
\ \ i (KKKU WAN l> D-KOU WEST 47T1I SI. CAN
^V. only be Men by pel mil.
Vi'KHIS II II \ FII A rn . 7JW.M .'Hi', M.
A MnIIKHN MRDIiFm IIIOH STOOP BROWN BToNR\
J.X ?uiu at near lima Iway; rent, ?l. >'' \ e>. U UUOlfAI-F.
A CO., So. ft R'mi 25d ?t.. Klfili Avenue Motel.
VOKrtlRABI.K UToH STOOP HKOWN HTOVB; 47TH :
at., l>ctwe"ti Stli and Oih a??; rent, #-.<??>. S. It. I
i.<iOUaLK A Cii., So S Weal at . Fifth Avenoe Hotel.
' \ -I Xri RMHIIKO I.IMN; HKIH CKP ~ BUSTS.
21. Olticea S?(. 4 1'ise an J od Kaat I7llt at. V. K. nTKVASBOS.
Jr.
"I F<>I RK foHY B Itowjf 8TONB UOl'HK, 27X72; i
Jx. full depth loll; will be altered to auit a reaimnaible
tenant; located net 2Sd at., oppoaite Fifth Avenue lintel.
? S I'll! K, So. a IWh iiSth at., Hoffmen llouae.
A T #!.-' ?' I I K VNM M . Y*P LKXINOTON AV., KkAR
iV ;tlat?t. S H. CiUOUALK A CO., So. 5 Weal ?hi at.,
?i?h Avaane Hotel. |
1 T "SMaUTtIIRKK~HTORY HKICK HOC BR, (9 WKMT
JX. 12th at. t an Or aeen Ironi 11 to 2 o'el k
LMM 4'f.t M . *. ? : F.ART IMTH sr . ll.UOQ AND
Ja *1.100; fhitli ?t.. Snth at., Murray llll), Fl.ftai;
will ?t.. near Park ar , S2d at., *1.200; Kid at..
91.200, Lexington ar., *1.SU>; aereral ?tnera.
T J. Dt S K IM. ftftt 3d ar.
tfOL'B MTUKT IIIUH STOOP HOUSE, 273 HT1I A*!,
to let cheap, and pnl In good order, to private family.
g. A. CMCIKSHASh a ' u tw Broadway.
1JK.VTH URKATIiY KKUlf Kn ?YllRKF STORV AND
Ja cellar hrlck llottae* at W". fft"' and *<? <i. Apply to '
CilkMKH HRtis.. J-i Sawark at . Hnkahew. N. J. ,
rPO LK1-A MtK KOI' R KTOHY HASKNKST
i llnuae. Henr the Fifth Avenue lintel; Miltal.le for a doet
r ?t pritate family. Apply at 42 Weat 2-tlh at, or to
JACOB APfRLL. 277 Weat am at.
TO I.irr?SMALL HOl'BR ON 24TII HT . NEAR 4TII
av. ; oae t it 2-ith at., bear laeiingion av.; one un l.eainyton
a*., near 2Mh at.. and nee on Jrttli at., near itd ar.,
?iib immediate porereaion and let May. Office. 1JU Eaat .
I2*h .v I
RK HERALD, "WEDNESDJ
DWELLnO 1IOIIES TO LET. I
lufurnlihed,
TO RFNT?TT1E TWO BTORT ATTIC AKD BAFF,?TF!*T
Him* Til ilrernvicb aV ; hu ?lt l ha mixlarn mprovamania;
renitBX). Apply in A. CBIKNKT, 40 Barru* al t
Jqo'ot., NEAR BROADWAT.-A FIRST CLANS
t J three story brown stone Dwelling: SOxnualtlOt rent
Kl.ua _ B. W. WILLIAMS. 837?ih av.
foo EAST ssru ST.-A POUR~8TokY BASEMENT
IZiO House, to rent', In eery am*11: suitable only for*
mull family. P. a. A C. B. BROffK, IX) Broadway.
Kl UMhHKDUIHIMS AND APAHTME.MTS
TO LET.
\ handsomely furnished paruik to letto
* amgle gentleman; suited lor doctor's olUcc. 211
Irving piece.
\wjm NICELY FURNISHED ROOM AND BKDKUOM;
gen ami betb. No. 28 Charli sat.
Am lady hah a nicely furnished room kor
$H, Including Ore ami gas: also single room, $3; Board
if desired; borne comforts. 115 West 22d at.
A~?FURNISHED AEARTMENT8, WITlf CONV K
niences for housekeeping, in private bouse, first tloor;
suitable for a small family. 218 East 35th st.
PRIVATE" PAMILY WOULD" LET NEATLY PURnUhod
front alcove Rooms (gas, bath. Ac.) to one or
two young men or gentleinau und wife. 224 fcimt 38d *1.
AmjT~second FLOOR to LET?furnished, of
three roonit; iii excellent condition; good air; also
Floor unfurnished; g.is *ud water on floor*. West 301b
st.
7 lakue stnany koon on firftt floor, handa'V.
somely furnished ?? parlor and bedroom, to a gentleam,
without hoard. 22 West 27th si., near T>th ?*
~i pine, CBNTRAL LOO ATTON-LA ROE. WELL
Jx. fnrnisheu Rooms, aeriei'l floor; closets, single gentlemen,
without board. Call for three days. 224 East 14th St.
ACK l'ARLOK to"let-KLKlJANTLY FURNISHED,
fur MO per month. 1124 Lexington sr., between 53<1
and 54th its. _____
7lomkortahle sunny "room?pur a gentle
Vj man, $2 50 per week; bouse heated. 224 2d ?v., uc?r
14th at.
todrntssed-front hall BOOM, okntx.bmkn
i only, to lot. l'l East 10th at., four doors from Tiffany's
FM'RNISIIU) IK>< 'Ms, P )K (IR.NTI.EUf KX ONLY, IN
the very desirably located first class bouse (in parted
order) No. 1 Hi Hail 241 b at., one block front Madison <M;unre;
no boardors; highest references given and required.
F~uujosh kd rooms?V<>r" "orntlrSeS only;
Single light Hoonis, neatly furnished, at New England
Hotel, Hownry mid liayitrd St., fit weekly, $ 12 tuouthly.
KURNISUED ROOMS TO LET-TO GENTLEMAN
and wife; hoard for lady ouiy. Address m. A., Herald
Uptown branch oftioe.
LlC RNIHiflJD- NEATLY FOR HOUBBKEF.PINO.
J? Suits, Rooms, Parlors, Hedroouia. Kitchens and Oloaets;
lot together or separately; terms moderate. No. SOU
West 2Sth at.
urn i shed lower part to rbnt-near
Elevated Road; owner in bouse; possession immediately.
314 West 52d at.
L^urnished, to oentlkmen, without board,
J? large Boom, closet, gas, <3 25; largo bail Room ; gas;
relerenco. 228 West 15tb st.
ANDSOMKLY FURNISHED PARLOR. $10; TWO
plcaaatit bull Rooms, $3 and $o 50 per week, without
board; every convenience; reference. 47 West l'Jtb st.,
near 5th av.
t aro k han drome front room for uentle"1
i men; also single Room; bouse heated, $5 and $2 25.
2l'l East 10th st., near 2d av.
N-ICELY ~Kl RMSHKD PARLOR AND~liKI)KOOM
to rent; clean, pleasant, reaaouable. 245 Clb nr., lirst
floor,
bvekal FURNISHED rooms to let?kertAURant
lraseati, 52 University place.
0 LBT?FUKNISHED, A UOOD SIZED SINGLE
Room, to a gentleman, without hoard. llfc! East 23d
St., second dour east of 4lh av.
rito LE r?A FURNISHED FRENCH PLAtT loi" WEST
1 4*th st "
riio LET FURNISHED?AT 843 WERT 15TH ST., NEAR
A 8th av., large front and hack Rooms, secoud floor; hot
and cold water; bath on same floor; seven closets; rent $12
per week, gas included ; references
mo LKT?H HMSI1KK," A <;OOP. DRY BAHKMENT.
1 containing four room* (two bedrooms), together or seporote,
$> per week; also one pleasant Room, $ I per week;
oil xiiitoblc for housekeeping. 131 West odd at., between
i lh and 7th ova.
C)~VERY UAN080MF.LY FURNISHED ROOMS ON
second floor; olao third story front; very comfortable.
IM East 12th at.
4~TH ST.. NO. 138 WEST, BETWEEN- WASHINGton
square and ftth ov.?Neatly fumiahed single Kooiua
to let tuituntleiiien, without itonru.
r.Tll AV ?A LADY OCCUPYING A HOUHE, NEWLY
') fnrniahed ond in perfect order, deairea to let Roonia,
singly or en auite, ofler the 1st of May, without board, or
hreakfoata aervod in roonia; gentlemen or families Waiting
the C'oiitconiol con secure desirable accommodations: near
first doss restaurant*. Address COMPORT, box 15ft Herald
Uptown Brooch ollice.
rTH AV., HVt, NEAR" 218T~ ST.?FURNISHED
J Rooms, single or eu suite; baths on each atury; references
required.
COTTAGE PEACE, NEAR BLBECKKR.?PUlh.
iilahed ruiitty trout Room, for gentlemen; fire, gas, private
hath; $T>.
11 ?TH ST., BETWEEN 2D AND SO A VS.. Ml.?XICKI.T
JiJj furnlshod square Room to one or two gentlemen,
without board; also hall Room ; price moderate.
OlST ST., WEST 38.?DESIRABLE isINOLE ROOMS,
4Ui- wttliout meals, or breakfast ifdeatrcit- >
I ijV WIST aoi'll ST.?DESIRABLE ftBHIkHlD
' i)T front Rooms to let to gentlemen, without Hoard;
choice locution.
(Tj liltliKNWH'H AV.?HANDSOMELY FURNISHED
Ox front Rooina to let, suitable far gentleman and wife;
light housekeeping if required. Call for two da?a. ^ ^
?JQ LB ROY ST~t okner" of hkijkokd.-desirOO
ably ftintished large anil small front Roonia. suitalle
for geutle,nen or light housekeeping; Board for few young
me.i: reference.
t Q AND 51 WEST l'TII ST.?NEWLY FURNISHED
'J ' llooins, without hoard; first class table if desired;
terms reasonable.
r I SOUTH WAKHINOTON SyUA KK~\Vell FURt
'l niched Kooma to rent, with everything complete for
light housekeeping; hot and cold water iu room.
(A/t 0111 A V ? Kl KN lb 11 ID ROOMS TO LET. FOB
e'U sins ie guntleuieu ; also suitable for housekeeping.
in 7 KAST Ii ifit ST ->U R MIS llf-TT FRONT ROOMS
J ' 7 I for housekeeping; also Bedrooms for gentlemen;
all conecnicncei.
BAfiT 1UTH ST. HlTfWiriTsTD~ANb 4TH A VS.?
A handsomely furnished front Parlor aud Bedroom,
on second ooor, to let, to one or two gentlemm.
OftO MAST KROADVrAr.?A NKATLV KlJ*NI8lFEf)
front Keioin to let on third lloor, southern exposure.
i 97(1 WEST ;ot I II ~~ST.?TO LKT, SKATEf-FURI
/Ci i " / nished Rooms, with all conveniences, for honsekecpltg;
plenty closets; soul hern exposure; water and gas;
| $11 per week.
! 4-l( \ "x WMT +3D ST.?HAXDSOMK, LARUE EUR*
i n i*hcd Uomn to let to one or two go utli-won with
| irooii rcleronce.
! KlTl LRXINiiroN AV. -AKCO.N IJ Kli(>(>SHTO LET.
] ?)LiJ iHNttly fiirni>h'iil. suitable f ir liplit hntuekoepinir;
?Ih>> bnrk ('.trior, with (mil Kjuiu; all improvement*; term*
rtwoBtitlt.
I'VFVRKIkllEU KOO..IS AM) APAKT
HKWTS TO I f.
ATI^JKD KI.OOB. l?n?MS, water AND HAS, <7
J alio ill.. In pood tird.T, to li t.
BUR.Ml AM 8, W? Iliitlitoii ?t.
~I raBBOH MAT-NO. 27 Wr ST r.l>r7.T~ IIRATED
J\ by ?te?ni. Apply to Mr. YOl'Nti, janitor.
UOI'KIM* A l AKKI.NUTi'N. No. I Emit 22d rt.
A*5~2AT 4'W W. SV 4?lll <: \ II A NDSi iM K FLOOR
. (tliirtli ol aix line n oun, in exrelient order; rent
APARTMENT IIOl'SK. r>TH AV.. CORNER 15TH ST.?
One Sail of Apartment* to let . tioo-oiision Mujr 1 or
Kioner. i nn k rem from t. >1. till 4 IV M.
A NY RERPROTA ELK KAMI IV A ISIIINW Tl7 IIIRKA
,'\ Kir?t flat In brown none bu;i'J4 Weal IMtb?t.,
apply next floor. .
lis!NOl,K ROOMS OK si TflsTW'l Til OK WITIIOl'T
. kltrhi n : ohnlce location
CUAKKSON A CIIANIILKR, No. I Pine ?t. ami
(Col Kr. nU?ay, corner 'J.'W ?t.
NKAT FlfOOH, i:?> KAST 7.1ST ST*. NEAR LET
iiijrton nr.?Parlor, kltehei mul lliTre light bedroom*,
ga? fixtures, both, ?tKtlotiory tuba, wnnlrobea, Ao,;f30|>er
month.
TA LEU A.N r EM ions IN TIlItKh BROWN "^STONE
Pi ho.i??r. mill f'^S monthly. Apply ut (H?l. OMR mid
I,. ! lift ween (17th mill MSth ill .,r Kit AW ilruml
I'liiou li 'M.
TMI. VPS TOTI T, HROAllWAY A N'T) PtltTll KT., ONB
P block nl Klevated Railroad depot; All improvement*;
?l rea?i'nable rente.
t'LAT. six ROOMS; ALirfMrKOVKMKHTS; WA 1,1.8
I beautifully pelutrd, iclect lamily , low rent. 433 Wont
.V>th it.
TO LKT?NO. 110 BAHT MTH ST . KUOOKK, K1VB
roouti, with wnier cloert, vrry cheap.
'po I.KT-i NK SI IT. t ('N> 1 >TINTJ OK TUKKH
1 Remit* >nd Bathroom. No. 3 Kent lltth it.
rpo l.I T AT 7X. BROADWAY OPPOOTS UIOl
J piece, e beautiful Second Floor, newly done up, aeparete
or together; very low rent. *
TO LKT?PART OK Till Kit KLAtT TIIRKF. RObjfR,
neetly furtii?hed for hoii??ke?pinit, rent, RMf per week.
373 Wot 11th it.; ring fourth hell.
TO l. K i - nor. iiooms, boob NKlUUJtOMOOO;
convenient by four linei <>t cere; only twit familial In
hmiie ; powumiou Immediately; Alio Koom* to let for light
hiMKekcepltic. 3fl I 'h trie* ?t.
To I.KT -i i "Mi floor, i c..VFATNII?O UTR
room*. w?tcr end tra*. ut 4.VJ tli h*. ; reut $4J>; good
reference retjuir. 1 > A tl I 1.1. .M I I.I.I K K.\, 4,'dt Oth nr.
T* 'o i/kt?tiib lowkr part ok kink ^tonk
llouie 310 Ka?t I IWtli it . boulevard, all maflpn. coutrenieucei;
In perfect order. Apply at 11.1 Beet luHb it.
TO UST?NIC! APARTMKNT-. INKAST 2KTII ST.,
Kail 4.1th it 9d av and "titer place*, fr im two to ten
ritotni each. Apply at the office ISO K?>t 13th it.
PUR MONTH?Pl.tfOR T>K~six RoOMn. ALL
J^*)"r on lame Door; Inimeiliate poeieailon. 1-Vf Writ
l'lh it.
WANTKD in PI Ki ll A S K.
Mahblk tilino.?partiks iiayino a yi'ANTiTT
of Marble Tiling or Slab* for rale can flud a purchaeer
ky ad<1rw**inir SLABS. Herald olflce.
\\J ANThl) A SMAI.I I'KTKoLKL'M MtPINBRY,
TV or piaee -IIIUUK' lur ismi; water Ir. it. Audma HV.t
Ilmid office.
\ATANTED TO bI'V I'llKAI' A \s KI.L-KHTABLIHHED
II Hix't And Shoe Hualnra* In a larirr town or city, within
:!H" nulea of Saw York, Willi alock of to 10,l,,>5
|Md atom and mo.lorate rant. Addreaa. with particular*.
l> R. S A Co . box 1 salt Pott T , e .New York.
Wasted to rilu hahk?a low bi.a?k"walII
nat i >flUa Peak. with hniahad back. Addreaa, n?tInir
prior, M S W , llcralil office.
\V \NTKl> II' re Hi II ASK?YOH CENTENNIAL Pl'RII
p-avi. an Old Certificate or Selnrialitation Papera,
from anyone who ha? no further n?* for It or a pereoa'a de,
c a-nt Addreaa CHEAT BRITAIN, 317 South tflh ?
Philadelphia.
MAKBLK MANTKM.
t^TKWART'S HI.ATE. MARBLE AND WOOD MAlfTRLB?
O Sea and flapant dealgna, from $.0 ap. TUa trad* likaemil
dealt with. ZA) and XU H eal KM afc J
lY, MARCH I, 1876.?TRIP
^ SALES AT ArCTIO*.
A Btl mow ON EXHIBITION, ART I
A 81TERB PAINTUIOB,
curnprUinp ?he luteal evetuplee of Derid Johneon, Koran,
J. O. Bruwn Rrlitol. Bricher. Rertiuen Johneon. leeileer,
Oao. IJ. Hull. C rupee 7, rtonute#, T. L. btnilh, Pen/anil
other eminent
AMERICAN MASTERS,
together with exceedingly choice example* of
_ _ POKKION ART,
by Bouchard, LamMnct. do Ileal, Lnsaile, Heratrire, Gamba,
Van Damtue-Fortea, Klrwaasig, Has*, Hechi. Muroir ami
many otbar*. The entire oolleetlun tu be told at anoilnn at
MATUBWS' liALLKUY 47 AND 4U LIHKKTY ST.. 1
THURSDAY and FRIDAY, March J nod 8, at 12 o'clock.
DANIEL A. MATHEWS, Auetloueer. |
A DCTXOlf HALE.?M ACS I EI CENT HOUSEHOLD
? V Furniture, oronerty nl E Oae E*u.,
to be sold THlHi Wadnneilay) MORNING. commencing at 10
o'clock, at tb? slogan t live story brown atone mausion
No. 120 West 23rl ?t., near 0th av.
Magnificent maewood Etausns, lace Curtains, Mirror*,
two elegant Pianoforte*. Htelnwar A Son* ami WimHirr,
with all Tate Improvement*; late it style Inlaid Parlor Suits,
in *atln. brecatel and rips; Inlaid t"entre Table*. Cabinet*,
Jardinieres, Bronxc*. <nl Painting*, Chamber Halt* In
walnat; Dressing Cases, Hodsteads, Koreans, spring and
hair Mattresses, Carpel*. Ac., Hnokcase, Hooka, Ladv'?
Secretaire, Library Tables. Turkish Chair*, do. Knckera,
Dining Room Buffet, Extensiou Table, Chair* in leather,
China Dinner ami Tea Set*, cut Glassware. Lounge*, IJall
Stand; also basement and servants' Furniture,
LI KE FITZGRRALD, Ancttonecr.
\ -TUNIS JOHNSON. AUCTIONEER, OLD STAND
il, 37 Nassau *t.
TIII8 PAY 'Wednesday), at 10'( o'clock.
Mi unclaimed Package*. Trunk*. A allien, Ac.,
old lo p?y freight and charge*, being the accumulation of
the past year. *
By order of the American Expreu Company.
On THURSDAY and FRIDAY, at 10* o'clock,
the entire elegant St >ck of a lirat clam Broadway gentle/
men'* furntehiiig more,
with ten mperb meewood Counter*. nilvorplated Showcaeei,
Cue Office Fixture*, Gla** Partition*. Safe,He.,
together with a report) A N->. 1 Stock.
Wilt be on riew thi* day at 37 Ma**au it.
On THURSDAY, at Hi* o'clock,
at No. 314 Grand at.,
ALL THE FTXTl'HES SHOWCASES. PARTITIONS,
CHANDELIERS, CLbCK. STOVES, TABLES. AC.,
OF A TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT.
AUCTION SALE OP IIOUSBHOLD FURNITURE
(property of.I. Livimraton Targee. K?dJ.
THIS iWednoeday) MORNING,
at the Ave story brown stone mansion
So. 47 West Kith St., t? tweeu Mb andtlth avs.
St&inwuy four round 7*4 octave Pianoforte,
flecker A Bros, upright 7', octave Piano,
Parlor and llrawing Boom Hulls, in satin and "silk brocade;''
Turkish and Spanish I.ounces, Easy Chairs, Centre and Console
Tables, Mirrors, Curtains, French Mantel Seta, .Bronte
Klpnres, Clocks. Hue Paintings, Statuary; Library and Secretaire
Bookcases, Desk, Library Tables, Turkish Salt, in 1
tapestry. Klaborate rosewood and walnut Bedroom ->cts.
rls Inlaid Bedsteads, Dressing Cases, Washstands, 37 hair
and spriag Mattreaaes, single Bedsteads, Bureaus, rep aud
haircloth Suits; two Extension Tables, Sideboard, Chairs in
leather; Silverware, Crockery. Hull Stand, eane Chairs,
Hockers, 3t? Brussels and ingrain Carpote, kitchen Furniture,
Ac.
N. II.?Sale positive; house open at 0 ,V. M. Take Bth ay.
cars. ROBERT C. CAS 11 IN, Auctioneer.
Men to remove, puck or ship goods, city or conntry.
LSKBFB. WALDRON, AUCTIONEER, 108 LIBERTY
St.?This day. at 11 o'clock. Furniture, Carpets, Bedding,
Teas and Coffee*, Fancy floods. Chromes, Baskets,
Toys, Bod Lounge*. The sale will commence with miscellaneous
Books.
~~k r. wit'F. AICTIONKER WILL SELL T1IIH DAY.
A. at 10X o'clock, the eutiro stock ot llats, Caps and
Fixtures, Blocks nnd Hutters' Tools, at .No. "JO Bowery.
Dealers invited to attend.
X UCTION. ~ AUCTHIN, AUCTI ON
JY of Magnificent Household Furniture.
This day (Wednesday I. commencing at 10)4 o'clock, at private
residence 21 Ens; 20th st., lienr Broadway, consisting
of 1'arlor Suits, Pianoforte, Oil Paintings, Mirrors, Bookruses.
Doska, rtageres, Tables, Carpets, Bcdioom Uinta,
with Dressing Oases, Bedsteads, Bureaus, Wushstands, Mattrusses,
Extension Tallies, Croekerv, Cutlery, Ac.
HENRY ZINN, Auctioneer.
UCTION. "
1 will sen on THURSDAY. 2d of March,
at Auct.on Rooms Hi Gust 11th St., at 11 o'clock,
a large lot of Household tloods, eouaistiug of
Cm nets. Parlor nnd Bedroom Furniture, Kitchen
Utensils, Ac., the contents of a French flat,
moved for convenience of sale,
JAMGS ALLEN, Auctioneer.
* UCTION.?EXTRA I, A ROE AUCTH >N HAl.K 'IH IS
JY Wednesday morning, March 1, at lojj o'clock, property
of Albert W. Vunderhoof. Esq., at 105 Iinat 1 Htli at., near
llh av.; magnificent rosewood 714 octave Pianoforte, Orand
Duchess anu Marie Antoinette Parlor Suits, Paintings, Milrors,
Bronzes, Vases. Clocks. Tables, Ktngcros, Chamber
Suits style of Louis XIV., Mattresses, Bedding, 3tki lots Parlor,
Chamber, Dining Furniture; Class, Culna, Silvorwure;
H00 yards Carpets. Ac. Sale positive.
JULIUS KRAGMER, Auctioneer.
ROBERT SOMKRVII I.E, XUCTIONKEIL
74 University place.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIER AND MANTEL
MIRRORS, CARPETS, AC.. AC., TIIIS DAY, WEDNESDAY,
MARCH 1.
ROBERT BOMERVILLE will sell this day by Htiction at
1014 o'clock, at his salesroom, 71 University place, Household
Furniture. Carpets, Mirrors, Pianos, black walnut
Center, Library and Extension Tables; Lounges, larc and
rep OurtHlns. Parlor Suits, Sideboards, Wardrobes, Hair
MHttrettes, r outlier Holster* una riuows. uii i iotn*. <tc.. ?c.
Also, ? isutijo, by Kelly. j
1KSELL, WELLES A Mil.l.ETT, ACCTK' NKEKd.
This day, Wednesday, March I. ? 1 "J? A. M., at No.
I& Murrmy St..
continuation of trade rale of Hardware, Cutlery, Tea Traya,
Clock*, Gun*. Ac.,
commencing at lot *>12.
This dv'a nale will embrace Miller's llatrhet*. (V> dosen
fine spring steel llaud, ltutcher and Back-Saws; l*ad and
Chest Lock*. Tea Tray*. Ac.; also lurge lines Table Cutlery,
Carver*. Shears, Kaxor*.
20 > Clock*. Ac.. Ac.
1>Y ISIDORE J. SWATHSKOPK, AUCTHINi^R~^BK~LLS.
13 I*", o'clock, at 1,'H Stanton >t . large stock Grrceties,
Ten*, t'otlees, Spiccl, Sugars, elegant fixtures, iu lots.
Dcnlepi invited.
Y MAX BAYKKBDORFKR. AUCTIONED It?MBLL8
at 10'r o'cl. 0*. at 4S Forsyth St.. elegsr.t furniture,
black walnut llnrean*. Sofa*, Tstiles. Stoves and Kitchen
I'teusll*. spring Hols, in lots; dealers invited.
BY ~WT W. ~"OAMl'BKUT JK.. Al'i'1 lO.NKElL?
Sells this day, at 11 o'clock, first class eloitantly fitted
np Restaurant. Oyster Chop llonse and Dining Saloon. No
512 Hroadwav; large quantity Tables; superior Cutlery;
quantity fine Chair* ; other tine goods appertaining to first
class home too numerous to mention; buyers and dealers
specially invited. CAMPBELL A CO., oN East Oth ?t.
Y JOHN A. DUNN, AUCTIONEER. WILL NELL TOmorrow
iThurs.layi. at Hit, o'clock. Molt Haven
Livery Stable. 123d street, corner of Third avenue and
Southern Boulevard. IN good Horses, sultah'a Kir all purposes;
also Carriages, Coaches. Baronehea, Business, light
Wagons and Sleighs, double and single set* of Harness,
Kobe*. Blankets, Sleigh Hells, Whips, Ac., together with
Office furniture. No reserve, a* everything must be sold
and removed Immediately.
/ f HOCKEKY ANiTuLASsWAUh " "
\J at i.uction.
JAMES WM. WISEMAN will offer to the trade, on Thursday.
March H, BOB CRATES OK EARTHENWAKK and 400
PACKAGES Of GLASS WAKE, at his snlosroonis. Hi* W arren
st.. Now York. Catalogues iu tiled on application. Supplementary
catalogues OS morning of sole. Further consignments
should be sent in not later than Saturday.
1J XECCTOR'S SALE.-ESTATE OK THE LATE
J* ^ Henry A. Swan, four story brown stone llonse, 2flxHD,
14 East Bith st.; fine order; will be sold at Exchange Salesroom,
111 Broadway, Fridav. March HI, 12 M.; permits.
OLIVER BRYAN, 229Broadway.
Iff COLTON, AUCTIONEER ?LARUE BALE OF
choice Household Furnitura. Caipcls. Ac., ,1c., this
day (Wednesday). Mnrch 1, at 11 o'clock, st the private re-ideuce
No. IBti East 25tli St., near Lexington av , the cutire
rich parlor, dining room, bedroom and basement Goods, embracing
elegant Dressing Cuses and Bedsteads to match,
best hair Mattresses, upholstered spring do.. Centre ami
I Card Tobies. English Brussels Carpets, tapestry do., I'arlor
Suits, laiuuges. La re Curtain* and I'orulces. Kitchen Kurni
turc, Ac.. Ac.; also all the Bedding, Blankets, Ac., Ac. Catalogues
early this morning.
ERA Kit HKTTS A CO.. AUOTIONXEBR,
No. 7 Old s'ip and lt*4 Pearl st.
THIS HAY (WEDNESDAY), .MARCH 1.
at 111*, o'clock, at 24 and 2ti Murray st. and 27 Park place,
by order of the Importers, Messrs. Hchintme^ A Co , large
special nnreaerTsd sale of slshaater. Holieiniati and cry?tal
Glassware, comprising lull assortment of line Vases, Toilet
Bets, l'uspad> res. China Tea Bets, cristal glass Globlets.
Decanters, Wines, Champagnes, preserve and berry Dishes,
Ac., Ac.;
also
full line eight dav gilt Clocks, with glass "hades; also black
walnut frame and liro >se Clocks, with slid without shades;
also faalber Dusters, liu Csth Boxes, Counters, Desks, Ac.,
Ac.
BHger." *"" "ollkARD BETTf-'''I"'")" 'aocC misers' "
No. 7 Old slip aorl HV4 l> arl st.
(~KokuK \V. KKK1.KK AUCTIONEER. ' '
T Art (iailory, MLibfrU St., corner Nassau.
WEDNESDAY nod TIH'RHDAY. March I and J. at 12
o'clock, large peremptory sale of FINK FRENCH MARHLB
and ItKON/K I'MK Ks, Vienna oSice Clocks, decorated
China Tea Seta, Cutler;, Ac.
At 1 o'clock to-day, a small collection of RAIIE ANTIQUE
TERRA COTTA W ARK.
7't k ktik H<Tlbrook. auctIonkkk "
IT HOt.ltKOOK A ROLLINS sell this da;, at 2 o'clock,
at the old stand, 4V4 and i-NW Canal St., a general assortment
of lloueehold Ooods. parlor and chamber Suits, pier an J
mantel Mirrors, Carpets. Mattresses Beds, Redding, Crocker;.
Class. Plated Ware, Kitchen Ctensils, Ac.
TJ BTHERTS A SON'S, AUCTIONEERS! \
Hot REMOLD FURNITURE. riANO, CARPETS, AC.,
ON THURSDAY, MARClt 2, AT 10* O'CLOCK,
AT NO. 120 EAST 62D 8T.,
the entire Furniture of the llouee, full dctalle ol which will
be given on morning of sale.
I' ST WKINHKHOKK, AUCTIONEER?A8sr(}NER~
sale this da; (Wednesday), March 1, at 11 o'clock, at
No. l.:P*l ltd sr., the entire Contente of wholesale and r> tail
Liunor Store; barrels of Bourbon and K;e Whiskey, tiin.
Bum. Sherry and Port Wine, Brandies, Ac ; also Horse,
Wagon and Harness. By order > ot I. M. Porgesa, Assignee.
Dealers esneciallv invited.
18. WKI.NBKKHhR, AUCTIONEER. ?MO HTHAHB
. tale of a Hoarding Hoiik and Restaurant.'By virtue ?f a
chattel mortgage I "hall Mil. Thursday, Match X at IOjj
o clock, at No. BTA West 44th it., the entire and complete
Household furniture of a Hoarding House and Restaurant:
Bar and fixtures; all Beds and Bedding, Dining room and
Kitchen furniture and t tensile, t'liina. Ulast and t rockery
Ware. AC., In one or more lots, lie order or K. R. Ilolsworth,
Mortgagor. I. 8. WKIMIKKHKK, Attorney for Mortgagee.
TWIN A. DUNN. AUCTIONKKR. WILL 8KLL, ON
(J Wednesday, Marrh 1, 187H, at 1U)^ o'clock, at llaeger's
Warehouses, corner ddlh st. and 8th sr., a large asaortmrnt
of Household Hoods, furniture. Beds, Bedding, (.'rockery
and (ilasa. t arpets, W earing Apparel. Ac.
J AM KB WM. WISEMAN. AUCTIONEER- 8KI.1.8 ON
Thursday. Marrh 2, Crockery. In opeu lota, at his store,
86 Warren St., at 11 o'clock prompt.
TP. TRAVKR. AUCTIONEER.-MARSHAL'* BALE
this day. at lotjj o'clock, at M? tireat Jones St., by virtue
of an execution, two good Work Horses, Harness. I'lat
lornt spring top Express Wagon, Depot Wagon, top Business
and ao top Business W agon, K<\
WlLi.lAM 11. 8IIIHLDS. Marshal.
Jf. TRAVKR. AUCTIONEER.?MARBIIA L'8 HA I.B
. this day, at 11 o'clock, at tireat Jonee street, by elrtue
ef an excretion, elegant farlnr Male, by bast maker;
Brussels and oilier I!arpets. Pier Mirrors, Clocks, Chromoa,
Pictures, parlor, chamber and other furniture; Creak.-ry.
Mattresses, Pillows. Redding, Pleleware, fancy Hoods,
It) family and Manufacturing Hewing Machines; Irish
Blackbird. Ac. WILLIAM H. SUIELDtL MarahaL
LB SHEET.
SALES AT AT'CnO*.
JOHN J. I.ISSNER, AUCTIONEER. OFKIC'B 13 CBN.
tra at, Tilt in l[ o'clock at 3H24, lirand ai., W ((llamatnrg,
alarm atock uMToya, Candiaa, 100 Jara, Bhowcaaaa,
Planum. Furniture. Ac., in lota.
MAJtSHAL'S HALE.?THOA. J M liRATII, AtfTl"?;
eer. win tell thin 'lay, U>X o'clock. 37 Centrt it.. lot of
Clf^in and Leaf Tobacco. By order of P FEE NY. Marshal.
OBTUAOB BALE.?J. BBEBACHBR. AUCTIONEER,
will sail at public Miction, at UvtrMi L- L J>?
Thursday, the 2d day of March* 1876, al 1 o'clock P. M., the
Lease of a fine Chocolate Factory, together with all the Machinery,
Moulds, Mills and other apparatus connected with
the manufacture of chocolate, and all the Brands, Trade
Marks, Imprints and Labels now io use by Philander Griffin*
in the business o: manufacturing hocolate. with the
Right |0 use the same. Hale to take place at said factory at
| Klvorhead. Dated New York, February IB, 1876, By order
of DAVID KELLKY, Jr., Attorney for Mortgagee.
A WNBBUKI!K'S SALE?WATCHES AN D J E WFLKV1?
I JAMES* ACAK. Auctioneer, will loll on Friday, ?t
aletroonii 39 Now Bow.ry mid No. 0 Ollv.r it., SOD loti of
Ci> 1(1 mid 8ilv?r Wit.i,o?. Uold and Diamond Jewelry, Silverware,
Opera Uleaav*. tluni. Kev..lvera Kauey Uooda By
order ol 8. UOODSTEIN, Bridge at., Brooklyn.
PAWNBROKER'S SALE?W"ATCHEjT A.Vf> JEWKfc
ry.?H. FIELD, (l.neral Auctioneer, saleiroom No. *9
Bowery will Mil thia day. al 11 o'clock, tiU> lota gold and
Oliver Watches, diamond and gold Jewelry, Biua, Kings,
Earringa. gold Onard. Hob and vest Chains. Ac., Ac.: alio
Opera Glasses. aolld Silverware. Mueical Instruments, Ouna,
Pistols, Ac., Ac. By order A. Goodman. 31 Centre it.
PAWNBROKER'S 8 A I.E.?THIS DAT JAM EH AUAR,
Auctioneer, will tell, at 39 New Bowery, 300 Inn
Dretnci, Sliawla, Reuiuanta. table I.lneu. Underclothing,
Sheen. Spreads, Coata Pantaloon, and Vesta By order or
P. Starr. Wen Houston it.
HE BE AN, SHERIFF'S AMD URNEKAL ALCTTOlF.
eer. I.argu sale of Leaf Tobacco.
THIS DAY- (Wednesday), March 8. at
No. 18 Bowery.
75 case* Connecticut Scudlcuf Tobacco
W rappen.
choice quality.
To be told for whom It may concern, to pay storage and
advancea
Sale positive. In lota Dealers Invited.
c HERMAN. Kll KRIKP'S AUCTIONEER, SELLS
O. Thursday, March 2, at 11 o'clock. No. 2H John at., the
Stock anil Kixturea of a Cigar Store, conaiatlng of Cigars,
Tobacco, Kixturea. Oounterl, Shelving, Iudiau Kigure, sign,
Ac. Sale positive.
HBR1 KK'S RALE. ?WILL SELL. TUIS I>AY, AT
Not>82 Broadway. the eRecta ol the New York Knitting
Machine Company, eouaiatiug of Knitting Machines, Chairs,
Desks, Showeaaea. lot of wool Ynrn, lot of wool Mittens,
iron Sate, Kixturea, Ac.. Ac. By order of
D. U. UALX, Deputy.
WM. C. CONNER, Sheriff.
UMLLIAM ABBOTT, AUCTIONEER, OKKICE NO. 3
Chambers ah?Will aell on tble day, at 10^ o'clock,
the Contenta of the Liquor Store southeast corner of Oliver
and Cherry eta.; splendid four-pull Ale I'ump, flne.Countera
and Icehouse, set Copper Meoanres, Glassware. Ac.
EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS.
tITHItr star Line.' ~ '
Y? KOR 0UEEN8T0WN AND LIVERPOOL,
CARRY l.Nli THE UNITED STATK8 MAIL.
The steatneri of thla line take the Lane Routes recommended
by Lieuteriant Maury, U. H. N., going south of the
Ranks on the paaaage to C.ucenstown all the rear round.
REPUBLIC March 4, at noon.
GERMANIC March 11, at 3 P. M.
CELTIC .March IS. at 11 A. M.
ADRIATIC .March MS. at 3 P. M.
i BALTIC April 1. at 11 A. M.
Prom the White Star Docks, pier 52 North River.
Ratra? Saloon, fNG. and $ <?i in gold; return tickets
i on reasonable terms. Steerage. $28.
Saloon, staterooms, smoking and bath rooms are placed
snnusuips, wnere me noise ami motion ui icaat, auorutug a
degree of comfort hitherto unattainable at sea.
For inspection of plans and other information apply at the
company's office, 37 Broadway, "New Yi rk.
K. J. COBTIS, A pent.
/""1UNARD LINE.?B. ~ AND N. A. K. M. 8. P. (JO.
YJ NOTICE.
With a view to diminishing the chances of cullislon, the
steuiuersol this line take specific coarse lor all seaeoas of
the year.
On the outward passage from Qoeenstown to Now York or
Boston, crossing the meridian el o0ut4.1 latitude, or nothing
to the north of 13.
Ou the homeward passage, crossing the meridian at 50 nt
4'J latitude, or nothing to the north oi'42.
FROM NEW YORK FOR LIVERPOOL AND QCEEN8TOWN.
RUSSIA Wed.. March 1 I PARTH1A. ..Wed.. March 15
CHINA Wet!., March * I ABY-Sr.NIA.Wed., March J2
Steamers marked do not carry steerage passengers.
Cabin passage, $80, $100 and $130, gold, according to accommodation.
Return tickets on favorable terms.
Steerage tickets to and from all parts of Europe at very
low rates Freight and passage office, No. 4 Howling Creen.
CHARLES O. FRANCKLYN, Agent.
ASSENi:Kits PER STKAWSH1P RUSSIA EMBARK
from the Cult arc1 wharf, foot of ticnud St., Jersey City,
i at 8:30 A. M.. on Wediie-day. March 1, 1870.
| CIIAS. <}. FHANl'KLYN, No. 4 Bowling (irecn. New York.
Q N LY DiTtE^JT LINK TO~NU.NCB,
THE OENEBAL TRANSATLANTIC COMPANY'S
MAIL STEAMERS BETWEEN NEW YORK
AND HAVRE. CALL1N.1 AT PLYMOL'TII
for the landing of passengers.
The splendid vessels on this favorite route for the Continent
(being more southerly than any other) will sail from
pier No. !M) North River aa follows:?
LAFAYETTE (Heliard) Saturday, March 4
PKKKIKK (Daniel Saturday, March 18
HBKADOR (Snhgller Saturday, April 1
PRICE OF PAS3AOK (fn gold. Including wine)
First Cabin, $110 to $120. according to accommodation;
oec-ona. c<- , > una vouiu, th
Return tickets ut reduced rates.
Stecrngo, V-'tt, with superior accommodation, Including
wine, bedding unit utensils without extra charge.
Kteaman marked thus * do not carry steerage passengers.
LOl'IS I)E BERIAN, Agent. ,V> Broadway.
TMTtUK>N I-INK roi SOOTHA1IPTOM AMD IUJKU
T f sailing trout pier oh North Hiver, m follows:?
OTHELLO March 1 NAVARINO March 25
HINDOO March 11 COLOMBO April 8
First cnbtu. $70. currency; second cahin, M'i, currency.
Kxeiinuon tlckcta on very farorahle terras. Through tickets
issued to Continental and Baltic porta. Apply lor lull particulars
to
CHARLES L. WRIGHT A CO.. IMS South at.
TATE LI N K.
NEW YORK TO GLASGOW, LIVERPOOL, DUBLIN,
BELFAST AND LONDON DERBY,
! irotu pier 42 North River (Pacific Mail dock) as follows:?
STATE OK PENNSYLVANIA ...Thursday, March 0
I STATE OF VIRGINIA Thursday, March 2d
STATE OK INDIANA Thura lay, April ti
ami cvarv alterirato Thuraduy thereafter. First cabin. $?k>,
$7'? and return ticket*, 9120. Second cabin, $15; return
ttcketa. ft*I Stueraco at lowest rates. Apply to AUSTIN.
BALDWIN A CO.. A-ents, No. 72 Broadway, N. Y.
] Steerage passage office. 45 Broadway.
I vfOltTH GERMAN II .LOT IT
J> BTEAMslI IP LINK BE rWEBN NEW YORK,
SOUTHAMPTON AND BREMEN.
Company's pier, loot ol 2d at., llohoken.
| HERMANN March 4 I YVKSER. March 19
j AMERICA March 11 I MOSKL March 25
Rates or passage fiom New York to Southampton, Havre
' or Bremen : ?
I First cahin, $100, gold. Second cabin, $130, gold. Steerage,
$130. currency.
Return tickets nt reduced rates.
Prepaid steerage certificates. $82, currency.
.For freight or passage apply to
OKLRIcfiS A CO.. No. 2 Howling green.
1NMAN LINE.
Roral Mai! Steamer* are appointed to sail a< follows:
" FOR OIEKNBTOWN AND LIVERPOOL.
i CITY' OF NEW VORK Saturday. March 4. nt Noon.
I CITY OF BROOKLYN Smurday.MarchU.nl :3 P.M.
CITY OF MONTREAL Saturday. March Is. at 11 A M.
CITY' OF PARIS Saturday, March 25. nt 8 I*. M.
CITY OP I HESTER Saturday, April 1. at 11 A.M.
nndeuch succeeding Saturday Irotu pier 4.Y North River.
RATES OF PASSAGE.
; I;adiii i and ?lm, pnid.
j bluerAge. currency. I
Drafts tamed at lowest rates.
K?r cabin parage and mncrsl businens apply at the com- i
Ipuny's office. No. 15 Broadway.
For steerage passage at Broadway, or pior 45 North
Hirer.
JOHN O. D4JLR, Agent I
~A NCHOR LINE. ' "
iv carrying the united states mail
NEW YORK ANDGLASGUW.
| VICTORIA Saturday, March 4, at noon
I BOLIVIA Saturday, March It, at 6:30 A. M.
hLYSIA Saturday, March is, at 11 A. M.
CALIFORNIA, Saturday, March 25. aid I'M.
To GLASGOW. LIVERPOOL, LONDONDERRY,
Ql'KKNRTOWN OK BELFAST.
Cabin, $ ' "> t'' tr-<), currency, according to nt'cnmniodatlon.
1XTKKM Kill A TK. $:< ' ; steerage, S-S.
Dr.ills it;nod tor any amount at current rates.
henderson BROh, Aguiitt, No, 7 Ruvling Green.
NOVATION A i. LINE.
Frum plots 44 and TTNnrth River,
FOB LONDON WlKKOr.
GREECE Saturday, March 4. II A. M.
FOR yUKKNSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL.
ENGLAND, Mar. 2.1) A M. | ITALY, Mar. 18. 11 A. M. ;
HELVETIA, Mar 11.8 P.M. I
Cabin iiaa.ace. $<*) and $77i>, currency. Return tickets at I
reduced rate*.
Steerage D?f*a|r*. f"2S. currency. Prepaid termor* ticket*
IVom England, Ireland and Scotland at the lowed ratea
Drafts iaetted (Yum ?1 upward, at current prices
Apply at the company's t,Rices, ttO Broadway.
P. W. J. BURS r, Manager.
A MBURG AM K kic"a N PACKET COM PA NY'SLTNE
lor PLYMOUTH, CIIKBBOl'RU and HAMBURG.
| Sl'KVl A March 3 I KLOPSTOCK March 10
I GKLLEKT March 9| LESS1NO March 28
Kates ol pae?a.'0 to Plymouth. London. Cherbourg, ilaie!
burg and ull t?oints ill England. Scotland mid Wales:?
Cabin. Brst saloon, cold $100
] Cabin, second talnon, gold 00
. Rtoerscc, currency 30
! KI NIIAKDr A CO , C. H RICHARD A BOAS,
General Agents, General Passenger Agents,
61 Broad ft . New York. 01 Broadway, New York.
OST DIRECT JND ECONOMIC ROUTE TO HOU I
LAND. BELGIUM. THE RHINE. SWITZERLAND
At:.. AO.. VIA ROTTERDAM.
1 Steamer CALAND March 3 I
Mftmrr ? iu'l.ir..'* March 10
Tltete beautiful >tr<m?r>, carrying the cm ted State* mail
to the Netherlands, are groat furoruev with the public.
Tript regular, rate* low ; comfort anil living perfect,
for freight, For
KCNCU, EDYE A CO. L W MORRIS,
50 Broadway. ,
KD STAR LIMt.
Appointed to carry the Rotgtan anil Knlled State*
matin The lullowlng uteumer* arc appointed to nail
KOR ANTWERP.
From Philadelphia. | From New York.
VADKRLAND .March 4 1 SWITEKHLAN0.... March 1<1
NKUKHLA.su March J" 1 KKNII .WORTH April *
FROM ANTWERP.
For Philadelphia. i For New York.
NF.UKKLA.SU March 4 1 KRNI1. WORTH March 10
YADEKLANI) . March US 1 SW ITZKRL.lKD Vuril HI
PUCES OF PASSAOK IN CURRENCY.
Firat t'al.ln Mi.|Jl) | Second Cabin 8 D
Steerage ticket* to amt from all p<iint? at the loweet rate*.
Passenger accoinmodatlonii for all claMm unvnrpaeaed.
Kor pataage. rate* of freight and other Insinuation apply
to QRoROK W COLTON Agent. 41 Broad at.
I'KTKR WKIUIIT A SONS. Octieral Agent*.
:t??7 Walnut ?t., Philadelphia.
JOllN McDONALU, Paaaettger Agent, _
No. 8 Battery place, New York.
TTNITKD STATES MAIL LINK ?s TKAM~To "tJCBfcNB
L, TOWN AND L1YKRPOOL,
tailing every TUESDAY
from pier Id North River.
NEVADA. March 7. a P M I W YOM1 NO. April 4. 2 P. M
WISCONSIN. Mh ai.at, P. M. | IDAHO, April II. a P. M
MONTANA, March2S, 7 p. M. | NEVADA, April 18, I P. M
C .bin, *15. *7'i an.l $*(?. currency,
liueriui iilatr, *40; ateerage, $a?.
Fa?*en?er* bunked to and from Parle, Hamburg. Norway,
Sweden. Ac. DrafU on Ireland, England, France and Oarniauy
nt lowcat ralra. ? .
WILLIAMS A OCION. 89 Brood way.
LNOH ROTTERDAM -THE HKAI TIFI I. AND POPIT.
J iar iteamer P. 5 ALAND. Captain Deddea, will loave
for KOTT&RDaM direct,
THURSDAY, MARCH A
Cheapcat, moat convenient and agreeable route to Ilollaail,
Belgium, lb. RUIn. and HwlUerUnd. MORR1|,
Ooaeral Faeeace Agent. SO Broadway.
[ EIROPK.V* BTEAM1HUH. S*
/SREAT'WESTERM STEAMSHIP LINK.
Ur TO BRISTOL (ENGLAND) DIRECT.
Sailing frou pier 18 Bmi IUr?r, a? follow ?
CORNWALL, Stamper...., Saturday, March 29
UKf-'AT WESTERN. Windham .. ?
Cabin paaaam, 975; latcruadiala, 945; Meerage. $30, enrrency;
czruraiun ticacta, $1 JO; prepaid steerage certificates.
$2*v Apply to W. D. MORGAN. Agent, 70 South iL
COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS.
Pacific mail steamship line,
for California, japan, china, Australia.
NEW ZEALAND. BRITISH COLUMBIA, AO., AO..
tailing from nler foot of Canal at.. North River.
POR SAN FRANCISCO, VIA ISTHMUS 01> PANAMA
Steamahfp COLON ... ...Friday, March S
connecting f'>r all Central American and Sooth Pacific porta,
PROM SAN FRANCISCO TO JAPAN AND CHINA
Steamship CITY OK NEW YORK March 1
PROM SAN FRANCISCO TO VICTORIA. POUr
TOWNSBND. TACOM.A. PORTLAND, AC* AC.,
on the 10th ?iiiil !?Mh of every mouth.
For freight or pa*M*e apply hi foot ot Canal R.
11. J. BULL A V. Superiutemlent.
IIOR BERMUDA ISLANDS. ? '
1 Ninety fourth departure of steamship Cantata Thurgday.
March l>: climate and leaner A unaurnaased. OI'KBEC
AND UULP POUTS STEAMSHIP COMPANY, 20 Bro mIway.
OR NASSAU N. P.?A FAMOUS WINTER RESORT^
Regular mail ateamahlna from New York via Savannah
March 11 and March IS; front Savannah. March 15 and
March 22. MURRAY. I*KKKIS A CO.. rt2 South at.
y., n.AVANA AND MEXICAN MAIL SsTl.INE.?
. Steaniera leave pier No 3 North River at a P. M.
FOR HAVANA DIRECT.
CITY OF MEXICO Tnaaday Fob. 2?
CITY OF VERA CRUZ Thursday, March 3
CITY OF NEW YORK Thursday, March 0
POR VERA CRUZ AND NEW OS LEANS,
Via Havana, i'rogreao, Campeachy, Tu.pan and Tatnplrn.
CITY OF MEXICO Tuesday, Feb. 2t>
CITY OF HAVANA Tuesday, March 21
For freight ?r passage apply to
F. ALEXANDRE A SONS, 31 and 33 Broadway,
Steamer* will leave New Orleans March 3th and 2iHh lotVera
Orua and all other porta.
XTEW YORK AND HAVANA DIRECT MAIL LINK.?
X\ Theae flrat claaa steamships will aall at H P. M. from
pier 13 North River, foot of Cedar at reel, for Havana direct,
aa followa
COLUMBtfH Tuesday, March T
CRESCENT CITY Thursday, March 11}
For freight and passage, having unsurpassed acentniuodatlona,
apply to
WM. P. CLYDE Jk CO., No. 0 Bowling Oreon.
Mi'KELLER, LULINO A CO., Agents In Havana.
FOB NEW ORLEANS DIRECT.
THE CROMWELL LINE.)
The stenmshin
HUDSON, Captain Carer,
on Saturday. March 4, at 3 o'clock p. M.,
. from pier No. 9 North River.
Through bills of lading given to Mobile and ell nrftJCToak.
pointa on the Mississippi River.
Cabin passage, $5 >; steerage, $23.
_ApplyJo CLARK A SEAMAN, 8f> West st
Texas line pougalveston, touching Tp
Ker West, carr.ing the United States moii. ?Tiis
atenmer CITY OK AUSTIN, Captain Stevens. will
aail on Saturday, March 4, at 3 P. M., from pier 2L>
Kaat River. Through hilla of lading given to all pointa oa
the Houston and Texas. Central International and llrcat
Northern, Galveston, Houston and Henderson, and the Galveston,
llarrisburg and San Antonio railroads. Freights
and insurance at lowest rates. For freight or p t*?ago,
having superior accommod.itloua, applv to C. IL .MAL
LORY A CO., 158 Maiden lane, or W. P. CLYDE, No. 4
Rowling Green.
ONLY DiRKCT I.INETO FLORIDA-WEEKLY LINE
to Port Roval, S. C., Kernandiua. Fla.. Brunswick, lis.
sailing every 'Thursduy, from pier 20 East River. Tin*
sleauier ASHLAND, Cuptaln Stevens, will snil Thursday,
March 3, at 3 P. M , for Kernandiua and i'ort Royal,
Through tickets issued to all points in Florida and through
hills of lading given to all points In the South and Southwest.
For freight or passage apply to C. H. MALLORY ,k
CO. or HERMAN GKLPCKE. 153 Maiden lane.
MORGAN'S LINE OK STEAMSHIPS,
for New Orleans and Texas,
will sail every Saturday to New Orieaus, transferring Texas
freight there to Morgan's Louisiana and Texas Railroad tor
Morgan City, thence per steamer ol Morgan's lino to Texaa
porta
Tho steamer of.OROE W. ELDER will sail from pier 30
Nortli River, on Saturday, March 4, at 3 P. M., for New Orleans
direct.
I lir- ugh bills of lading signed to Mobile, Galveston and toall
points on the Galveston, llarrisburg and San Antonio,
Houston and Texas Central, international and Great Northern,
Texas and l'aciilc and Traiis-Coutinentnl railroads, ami
to Indiauoln and San Antonio, and all points on llie Gulf,
Western Texas and Pacific Railway. Braios Santiago. Corpus
Chrlsli, Ruck port, St. Mary's and rultou.
Freight for St. Mary's and Fulton landed at Rockport.
Lighterage and Channel duet at either Corpus Christi or
Brazos Santiago at the expense and risk of consignee.
Freight for Brownsville, Matamora and points in the interior
must have consignee at. Bruins Santiago.
Insurance can he effected tinder open policy ofC. A. Whitney
A Co.. New Orleans. From Now York to New Orleans.
Jiporceni; from New York to all Texas ports via New Orleans,
y. per cent.
Freight at lowest rates. For freight or further information
apply to
CHARLES A. WHITNEY A CO.. Agents,
Pier 36 North River.
LI) DOMINION STEAMSHIP COM PAX Y]
sailing from pier 37 North River.
For Norfolk, City Point aud Richmond, Tuesdays. Thursdays
and Saturdays at 3 P. M . connecting with the Virginia
and Tennessee Air Lino, Atlantic Coast Lint, Piedmont Air
Line, Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, and with the cornpan)
's steam lines to interior points in North Carolina and
Virginia Newbern and Washington, X, C. ivia Norfolk),
every Tneaday, Thursday and Saturday.
Lewes, Dei., Monday and Thursday at 4 P. M., connecting
with Maryland and Delaware railroada.
Passenger accommodations unsurpassed.
Through passage tickets and nil s ol' lading to all points at
lowest rates. Insurance to Nortoln, Ac., \ percent. Freight
woceived daily at pier 37 North River. General offices, 197
Greenwich st. N. L, MeCRKADY, President.
TRA V BLLEiU' GUIDE. ~
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
GREAT THINK LINK
AND UNITED STATES MAIL ROUTE.
I Trains leave Now York, via Deahrosses ami Curtlandt st.
ferries, as follows
Express, for Harrisbnrg, Pittsburg, the West and Sonthwlth
Pullman palace cars attached, 9:30 A. M., 0 and 8 :3i>
P. M. Sunday. 6 and 8:30 P. M. ,
For Wiliiainsporl and Lock Haven at 9 :30 A. M. and 8 :3Ce
P. M. For Oorrv and Erie, 8:30 P M., connecting at
Corry for Titusville, Petroloum Centre and tlie VI! Regions.
For Baltimore, Washington and the South, "I.imilTgf Washinvton
Express'' of Pullman Parlor Cars daily, except
Sunday, 9:80 A. M ; arrive Washington 4:10 P. M. Regular
at 8:41) A. M.. 9 aud 9 P. M. Sunday. 9 P. M.
Express for Philadelphia, 7, 7 :30, 8 :40. 9:3U A. M ; 12:30.
3, 4, 4 :IO. it, 7, 8 :!*I, 0 P. M., and 12 night. Sunday, 5,
it, 7, H .30 and 9 P. M. Emigrant and second clans, 7 P. M.
For trains to Newark, Elisabeth Rahway. Princeton, Trenton,
Pertli Aruboy, Flemlngton. Helvidere and other
pointa, see local schedules at all ticket offices.
Tr;.i*is arrive :?From l'Uteburg,6 ;55 and lihllO A V. and
9:21) P. M. daily; 10:15 A. M. and 7 :40 P. M. daily, except
Monday. From Washington and Kaltimnre, 0:20 A. M.,
4:05. 5:15 and H)|27 P. M Sundav, 0-2 ' A.M. From
Philadelphia. 5:10, 6:20, 6:55, 10:111 :2H, 11:54 A. M..
2:13, 4??, 5:15, 6:10, 7:40, 8:44. 9:20, 10217 P. M. 8und
y. 3:10,6:20, 6:55, 11 :54 A It. 7:40, 9:20 aud 10:27
P. M.
Ticket offices, 526 and |)44 Broadway, No. 1 Astor IIon so
and foot of Desbrosses and Cortlandl sts.; No. 4 Court st.
Brooklyn; Nos. 114, 116 aud 118 Hudson st., liobokcn.
Emigrant ticket office. No. 8 Battery place.
FRANK THOMSON, D. M. BOYD, Jr.,
General Manager, General Passenger Agent.
ROVIDENCF. AND HTONINOTi>~Nr STKAM8111P CO.
NEW YORK AND BOSTON.
REDUCTION Of FARE
between New York aud Providence to $.1.
between New York and Boston to $4.
STONINUTON LINE.
From pier 33 Nortli River, font of Jar St., the elegant
Steamers RHODE ISLAND and NARRaGANSBTT daily
(exccpt Sundays), at "> F. M.
' providence line.
From pier 27 North River, foot of Park place, steamship*
KLKl'TRA and OA LATEA daily ^except Sundays), at -4
P. M.
Philadelphia via long branch and tub
New Jersey Southern Railroad.?Fnre from New York:
to Philadelphia only 23. commencing January 10, 1878.
Leaves Now York from pier No. 8 North River,foot of Rector
st., for Philadelphia, Tuckertnn and Toms ltiver, 3:45 P. M. ;
Irom loot of Liberty St.. via New Jersey Central to Branchport.
at 11 A. M.,for Philadelphia. Yitielnnd and Toms River.
W. 3. SNEDEN, General Manager.
STORAGE. ~
STORAGE FOR FURNITURE. PIANOS. BAGGAGE*,
Ac.?separate rooms; lowest rates; avrry convenience!
elevator; watchman. MICUALES a son,
3H, 40 and -12 Commerce st.. ntyr Rleecker.
WATCH ICR, JhW EI.HV, sfcCL
AT 77 BLKECKKR ST., NEAR BROADWAY, MONET
advanced on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Ac.; also
Pawnbrokers' Tickets bought of Diniuoude, Watches, Ac. TT
Rleecker St.
T VMS BROADWAY, NEAR 218T ST., diamonD8,
Watches, Jewelry, Laces, Camels' Hair Shawla, Ac.,
bought and sold; loans negotiated.
J. T. LYNCH, formerly New York Hotel.
Tl skis HROADWAT?DIAMOND8, VfATCIIK8, JEW
Y elry. Silverware and all kinds of personal Property
boUgt.l and sold. ROBERT J. ROSENTHAL. Loous nu*
futistsd
IT 11117 It I:' i 11 * W a Y, CORNER 4TH ST., DIA./Y
monas. Watches. Jewe'rv. Silks. Laces and Personal
Property of every Oeicripliou LougUt aud told. Loans ijmih
tiaud. AMES P.imaitubwS
I LADY, IN* XEKl) OF MONKY.^ ILL HELL TWO
Nditruic Diamond Stone*, wrigMug 4\ carat* cecb; afc
a Sacrifice. A'idre?a LADY, Herald office.
niAM <iM>s. WATCH W. KB A ESftTR sin; s, CAMEL'i
If hair Shawl*, ijold und cral .(awclry, Kllvcrwaro. Ac. J
the same bought. LINUU BUGS., 1,207 Broadway, oppo?itr
Ollaey lloina.
A 1 ONKY O.N DIAMONDS, WATCHES, AC.?DIAMONDS
i>I Watches, Jowalry, Silverware and Seal Sacqued
tidiiitlii, arnl sold back when denied. at a vary "nail aa?
v.uice. GEO. 0. ALLK.V Jeweller,
1,190 Hrosdway. nrur 29th rt.
'o kit I?KOA7>WAY. ( ?>RXKR TJTTT ST.-LOAX**
negotiated; Diamond*. Watches, India Shawls, Ac.,
bought aud mid by ISAAC BAKU.
AvniOMM.l.
\?NO IMI'OSITIO.V?1IIK GREATEST CLAIEVOT.
ant. Mr*. EOBl'ER Satisfaction (Iran or no pay.
I?4 Lexington av., near 25th st.
A" I'lUCtllO CLAIRVOYANT- RENDER* MAOnetic
manipulation*; sneclaltiea in nervousness, linn.
circulation, rheumatism, neuralgU, paralysis.
Mine. COOKE, JUI Watt 2fi?h at.
vemb. Colli nr. reliable and TRtsrwoRTinr
a?l clairvoyant. No. 275 lit h *>., raar 17tn at.
VTO-HlMHCU.?MMK. HKI'IMH.f MEDICAL, BUIt.
XN naaa clairvoyant: tails naiuoa, abows likenesses, 50c.
and Rl. 150 West J5tU at.
MKUICAl*.
?MVE RKSTKI.U, MIDWIKi;, MS> F. IH4R HO. l"
Emi KiUjr-wo'>n4 *lr*?i. dr*i i ?>r fem FMfc arena*
i ru ntiun i >?t. jacuTy~7latk or~fkt'j?iii7
V Cvn*ult*Uoa t???. 1'rivale office, 161 Klercker >t.
?SB. AMI MME. VAX ni KKinkT rehidkm
N'n. !.' ? I- *?t ?'Xlli ?t . Im'Iwi !, t.i .mi Lr viiigtini iv*
A -MMK MAXWELL, MIDWIFE, I14EABT1UTI1 ?T.?
Medical advtrr in lmtlei free.
A -Dll. AM) MMK MAl'RJCKAl; *) YEAR*' FRAC.
lie*. OMw UV Ukerljr M., nvar llrteuwicli.
A -DR. AND MMK. URtN'DLK Ct'RE AM. COM
plaint*; i'i ynara practice. No. 14J M eal 4-nh it. /
DR- A*D MRU. WKSTKROOK. NO. 10 WEST 3D ?T ?
n**r Broadway. Vary law charge; iwtvlce rree
OL'OCENAFt'I.CCKEH OUARANTKKD-ADVICE FREIf
O by Dr. at Mm*. WUriT. 46 Biitckw ok. Mar Broadway

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