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WHOLE NO. 14,442.
DIRECTORY FOB ADVERTISERS,
AMUREMKNTS-Hth PaM-1* aud 2(1 cols.
ASTROLOGY-12tm Pag*?(Jtb c.l.
BILLIARDS?1st Pauk-6U? coi
BOARDERS WANTRIt?Uth Pauc?6th and 6th eoU.
BOARD AND LODGING WANTKD-?th Pagb?6tb col
BKOOKLYM.REAL ESTATE PUK ?ALK?2d Page?l?l
col.
Bl'iilNKSS OPPORTUNITIES?#th Pace.
Bl'slNKSo NOTICES?7th Pack?tith col.
city kkal estate Poll sale-2d Pagk?lot col.
clerks and salesmen?12tm PaaK-oth col.
clothing?2d Pack?nth col.
COACHMEN AND GARDENERS?12th Pagb?6th coL
CoasTWISK STKAMSHIPH?1st Pack?6th and 6th coll.
COPARTN ERSHIPS?ft Pago.
COUNTRY BOAKD-itth pagk-ttthcoI.
Dancing academies?ut Page?sthcol
DENTISTRY?1 1th Pauk?3d col.
DRY GOODS?1?t Pag*?6th coL
DWELLING HOUSES TO LET. EURNISHED AND UNK0KNISHED-2o
Pag*?3d and 4th cols.
EUROPEAN STEAM-lllPs-liT Page?6th coL
FINANCIAL?i*ri< Pag*.
Pgr KALK-Utii Pag*?3d col.
* mr\ l
riH.MMICJI kudus a.NU lr.MDlL.ua iv>
PAOK?4tb COL
FURNITURE?I2tb Page?6th col.
FRENCH ADVERTISEMENTS?l-Tli PAOK-?th coL
IIELP WANTED?PEM ALES ?12m Page-4Hi col.
HELP WANTED?MALES?12th PACE-?th col.
Horses, carriages, AC.?lit Page?3d, ?u And sth
coll,
HOTELS-?th Page?St b col.
HOUSES. ROOMS, AC.. WANTED?2d Page?3th eol.
INSTRUCTION'?1st Pag*?Sth col.
JERSEY CITY. HOHOKKN, HUDSON CITY AND BER
GEN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE?2D Page?lit col.
LEGAL NOTICES? 11th P*ce-ad col.
LOoT AND FOUND?1*t Page?1*4 col.
MACHINERY?Htm Pacb-M col.
marble mantkls-hth page?3dcol
MEDICAL?2d Page?Sth col.
MISCELLANEOUS?ioth Page?6th eol.
MUSICAL?11th Paoe?ad col.
NEW PUBLICATIONS?7th Page?6th coL
Kvitanv a t ? I at P auk?lit coL
lANoKOHrBS. OKOANS. At ? 11th Page?3d col
PO?T OKK1CK NOTICE?Urn Pag*?3d col.
PROPOSALS?1ITH pigb-3d col.
PROPER I. Y OUT OK TilK CITY FOR SALE OR TO
KENT?2n Page?1st And 3d cola.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE?3d Page?2d coL
REAL ESTATE WANTED?3n Pauk?2d col.
RKI.Itilol'S NOTICES?1st Page?lit col.
REWARDS?Ikt Page?1st col.
BALKS AT AUCTION?2n Page?5th and 6th coll.
SITUATIONS WANTED? KKMALKS?11th lies?ith,
r?t 1. and 6 cola., and 1 L'tii Pag*.
eituations wanted?males?12th page?ith and
Nth coin.
SPECIAL NOTICES?1*T PA?E-2d col.
SPORTING?DoUS, HIIIDS. AC.?1st Piaa-3d col.
STORAGE?Utii Pack?3d col.
THE TRADES?12TII Page??th col.
TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES?2d Page?2d and
3d cols.
TRAVELLERS' GUIDF.-Ist PAGE-flth col.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
2d Page?ith and oth cols.
wanted to purchase?12th page-bhi coi.
WATCIIfcS. JEWELRY. AC.?Utii Page?ltd col.
WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY KOK SALE OR
TO LET?2d Pack?lit col.
YACHTS, STEAMBOATS. AC.?IOtk Page?Ctti col.
PKItSONAL.
Alice.?to niont. prkkch masquerade ball,
BeethnTcn Hall. D. A. and enlira party all mask;
coaches at H:3U precisely. l'AUI.v
RKSPECTARLE GERMAN LADY WISHES TO
adopt a male or Irnials child, 12 or IS months old,
d.irk complexion. Call lor two days at R2 Charlton at.
j^erns?come7 maggie wants*to see you?
j ^konciiine! ~~
CtKNTKAL PARK.?WILL T11E LADY WIIO LEFT
I Sixth avenue car at 27th at. communicate with Rentlem
in next to her who inquired l?r University place ? If
agreeable please address NEW ORLEANS, Herald offlce.
February 20, i87u.?final.
JES. TRUEST OK FRIENDS.
IrtABLOIlM BARSKMKTIE?ADDKE88, AT OKtlE,
AtJKNT, box Herald office.
~|/K>R ADOPTION?A BKAUTIKIJL EEMALE CHILD, A
A blonde, one year old; call at 341 East 3Uth il.
, Mr?. BROWN.
J N FORMATION WANTED?OK GILBERT MKKNNA,
who let) Kancswood, Aughnuchy, Ireland, In 1S71, for
oronlo, Out.; resided for aoine time nt Davlsvale, Ont.
Addreu K. M , box 2.&J2 1'oat office. Toronto.
1" K THE LADT WHO SMILED AT HENTLKMAN IN
lobby of Union Square Theatre and took hold of hii hand
haturday evening would like to make his acquaintance
please addreu a note to D. !>., Ilerald office.
1r MAUGIK WALL. WIIO LIVED WITH MRS. WARnor
at the time of her death, will send her address to W.
A. 6., Herald office, she will bear of something to her ad
rentage.
I' FJAMES A. BSTALITWILL ADDRESS O. W. D., BOX
l-t Ilerald office, he wlll hear of a friend.
D.-YOURS LOVELY. ALL SAKE AS VET.
. Take train to night for Philadelphia, if all nght. Will
enter In Herald personals Wednesday or Thursday.
MAROUKRITE?I AM NOW QUITE 8UBE THAT YOU
are as dear to me ever; the slight doubt I entertained
bar entirely faded away. 1 love you with my whole heart
gain. When shall I see yon. darling! Would love to hear
hrotn you; write. Extra happy. BROTHER.
AKYT?AM TLEASED. WRITE AOAlN AND SAY
where letter will reach you. Trnty, S.
J. BUTLER, FORMERLY OK LA PORTE, INI).",
^|e will hear of something greatly to his advantage by
sending his address to XXV, box 130 Herald office.
tVtratiiAv" niuiit half past six. 3D av.TarZ
5) Young lady Iroin Prince to 4?th it. Address OPPOSITE,
erald ollico.
T" UK YOUNO MAN WHO LEFT ENGLAND O.N THE
iith of February is entreated to communicate with hie
sorrowing frlende and return at once. All ie right. Apply
to Xe* \orlt friend* lor letter.
UN. DEUX, TKOI.S? HOPE A Mi WAIT. T1IKSK
dark daye will past away. Brighter once may come.
Have faith. Write.
TTNCL*> TOM;S CABIN.?ANSWERED LAST WKKK
U a* requested. No reply received. TOM.
y Z?AUOKKS8 HATTlirk" CAKE U.. NO. 2 J AN B
JL at., making appointment.
KKL.IVIOIS NOTICES.
^?OODY AND BANKET
llIPPODROMh BUILDING.
NOON SERVICE from 12 to 1 o'clock every day (Saturday
e and Sunday excepted) in Madieon Avenue Uall.
SUBJECTS.
TUESDAY. March 7, Christ our Rock: WEDNESDAY.
March 8. Promises; TIIUHSDAY. March It, Thanksgiving;
FRIDAY, March 10, Intemperance. SATURDAY, March 11,
end every Saturday thereafter, the Noon Meeting will be
held iu ASSOCIATION I1AEE Irom 1J to 1 o'clock.
AFTERNOON SERVICE at 4 P. M.
Tuesday. March 7, lecture on the Blood: repeated in
the evening. Wetlueaday, March s, second lectnre on
Blood: reoealed in the evening. Thursday, March W, lecture
on Heaven: repcaten in the evening. Friday. March
1". second lecture on Heaven ; repealed III the evenimt.
Tlcketa required only for the afternoon meetings, ami may
be had on application at oflicee 4th av. and Wtb at., Madison
av. and '.Hlli at. and at Youug Men's Christian Association,
4th av. and 'J Ad st.
Every night, Satnrdav excepted, services In Madison
Avenue Hall, at 8o'clock.
The doors will be open one-half honr he fore each service.
Women'* Meeting every day. Sunday excepted, I rum 1 to
1:4A P. M , in Ike Fourth Avenue Hall.
Meeting for young men onl^Ri Fourth Avenue Hall, st 0
e'clock.
No tickets required for any meetings except those specified
me exp?n*c* 01 ine*c mfennjji are mrpc ana mnn ne aefrayed
by private aubtcripiiim Contributions can be eent
to J. PIEHrONT MOKCAN. Kiq., TrenMirer, 3? Wall at.,
or to HAMl'KL TliORNE, Chairman Committee of Arrange
menu.
LOHT AM) KOI Ml.
FOUND?BLACK WATCH, WITH CHATELAINE.
Can be had by protrlng ownership aod paying expenne*.
SAMUEL HAMMOND, 41 William at.
LOST?FRIDAY EVENINU, BETWEEN LIBEBTY ?T.
and mrn?T Church and Barclay, lady'* Onld Locket and
Chain : rn?n*l Ron ont'ide; two portrait! Inaide. Liberal
reward If lell at 02 Liberty it.
IIST-TWO HON US, CH1CAUO AND NORTIII WEST
J ern Railroad Compauy, Noa. 3.243 and 4.HIS. The
public are hereby cautioned *g*ln*t negotiating the nee
bond* WM. II. BROWNE, Attorney, 0.' Wall *t.
IOBT?IN BROADWAY, UNIVERSITY FLACK CAR,
J Saturday, about 3:30, an Arronnt Hook owner'* name
on cover Return to LATH ROE A BASSKTT, .2 Old Slip,
nd liberal reward w>ll he pant
LOMT?ON SUNDAY EVENIN<J, AN ACCOUNT BOOK,
containing money, a poet office order, and a few pottage
ttarap*. The hndrr will he liberally rewarded by reluming
the ?ame to J. OOHBN. '>4 Orchard ?t.
OBT-THCRMDAT. MARCH 2, FROM KID ST AND
J ir. A. yonng Setter, amwertng the name at Prince. A
tunable reward will be paid for hi* return to II. OLAliSEN,
M M. and av. A.
OtJT?SATURDAY. MARCH 4, BETWEEN 42D AND
J 34th ?t?.. 3d av.. a Coral Earring: a liberal rrward will
given on returning it to 7(U 3^ at., econd bell, xnith
IORT?IN CARS UK AT HAMILTON KERRY, A I'OCK
J etbook, ?llli nboul SIS and cheek for fcfci. Kinder
will be rewarded by returning it to .">11 Henry ?L, Brooklyn.
OMT?SMALL ITALIAN OMYIIOl'MD. FEMALE;
J color. tan; bteek eyea and noae; ha? ptipplea. The
Under will be well rewarded by leaving it at drug atom* corner
2">tli at. and Broadway.
OST?A MM* iiOLtTWATCH, FROM FAST d?TH
i at. through to Hth a*, and Writ >3d at , on the tttli of
arch. The finder will be rewarded by leaving It at I.Y7
Zeei tsth at.
LOST-A SMALL BLACK AND TAN TERRIER. ? ITR
white breaat: antwrn to the name of Taffy. A anilaula
reward will be paid on returning the mm to Hotel
Brnnawlck.
KEAD THE SPECIAL
Washington despatches
THIS EVENINGS TELEGRAM
FOB El'LL AND COMPLETE EXPOSURES
of t lie
war department frauds,
piekrkpost and ba.acock.
albany legislature,
CABLE DESPATCHES FROM iSUROPE,
(fecial kkpurts OF MOODY AND MAN KEY
services.
latest from wall street
and all tiif. latest local news.
prick. two cents.
OS? ==: -
HEWAHDI),
(fcoil reward.?lost. o.n husdav. bv a poor
ffm" gin, MSG. Reward will be paid by returning to
Fifth Arenue Hotel.
Any person haying found an English
leeer watch, independent remind, will be liberally
wwarded by leaving the name at 'Jvtel, and
ao ?ua?tiooa asked.
I
:e ne
NET
SPECIAL ItOTICgg.
?
DMAEKS^Of MEN.
The Importance of the healthiness of the Barrens
Ijrslrm reelint be overesl imalod; 1M power over life
ad death and the direct bearing which It ha* on
human happiness seems t? l>e recognised; its capabilities,
lie ipialitlee and ita power*; the importance of lu healthful
preservation. ita moderate uaea, lite danger of overtaxing It.
whether through thought, stud). or intense application
ia mental investigation ami research; whether by the
absorbing attrntiou necessary to the conduct of compiieated
and ninmrntnue liaainnaa Interests, or by the exceaaive
indulgence of the appetites and propensities of the
system. All these are proper subjects lor consideration, as
alto the knowledge of what le moderation, what ia excess,
and when these exi?t the absolute necessity of promptly
seeking advice from an expert who, lor a long series of
Years, IIW utioiru !>! uiuinKi aiicuuuu lu nir ?uuj,
Investigation and treatment or *11 (hp maladies of (hit important
department. to accurately ilrtpriuiop the diseased
conditions, their nature, cause* and origin. whplbrr arising
froin thp want of exercise. Il> irregularity or excess, and who.
front his experience and practice, haa Iparned to discover at
once the derangement and an promptly apply tha remedy,
tliu? avoiding tlio painfully slow leellng after the truth, so
common to tha inexperienced and so annoying to the patipnt,
who. very naturally, wanta to know without delay
what I* the matter, tlio extent of tlio derangement, the
probabilities of recuperation and the time required.
A striking example of the value of experience and practical
ohserentiou. at wall aa the usefulness of the prompt application
of suitable remedies, is found in the important
statement, coming, not from one. but a ttoipn public institutions.
Dot only at home but abroad, that a very large proportion
of those who suffer from mental disturbance and absolute
insanity permanently recover, who are placed under
treatment within a year alter the first symptoms hare manifested
themselves.
1! tne intellectual department or tha bratn has become exhausted
by intense mental application, depriving It of the
ruwer or connected thought. It can ouly recover Its strength
y being properly fed and nourished by the use of certain
systematic methods. It Is precisely so In every other department.
whether of apprtite, propensity or passion, eseh
rennlring a different remedy fur Its recuperation and dlftersnt
means for bringing them up I nun their overworked ann exhausted
conditions. The importance of this lirsnch of merli
cal practice can scarcely he overrated, for it reaches even to
the perpetuation of family names, the securing of hereditary
titles and the retention of estates in the same family.
From a long and large experience In this direction I have
been able to command by my snceess the thankful appreciation
or some of the first families in the city and nation; and
I certainly can communicate much to cultivated minda In
connection with my practical experience In what pertains to
the over exercise of every department of the nervous system
and the means of recovering their powers, whether of brain,
appeti te, propensity or passion.
HENRY A, DANIELS, M. D?
144 Iicxtngton av., near 29th *L
Iloari, 8 to 3.
?ISAAC' G. BOYCK. 267 BROADWAY?LAW Y ER
Divorce* obtalnrd promptly, without publicity; desertion,
iiicmpntlblllty, habitual drunkeune**, infidelity. Inhuniau
treatment, conviction of felony, Passport* obtained.
?KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERIES OK J. 8. SMlTH *
. 4c CO.
bkwtccbt, mm ci.**s 317, ron 1876.
47, 08, 36, 64, 2, 37. 5. 67, 21. 49, 40, .32.
xkxt1ckt. CI.ass 318, ron 1876.
38, 441, 25, 12, 32, 27. 22. 42, 71. 60, 40, 16.
All order* addreas B. NATHAN. box 4,870 Post office.
New York.
?parks, emerson a cot
Kentucky State Lotteries, drawn dally.
Royal llavitna Lottery, drawn every 17 day*.
Kentucky Single Number Lottery, drawn March 25, 1876,
Prise* cashed, information furnished and circulars tree.
180 Broadway. Po?t office box 5,272 New York.
?ROYAL SAXON GOVERNMENT LOTTERY."
. 1011.000 Tickets. .'iO.OOOTrixee.
$3,481,920, (told, to be drawn.
Next drawing,
March 41 and 7, 1876. ?
Royal Havana Lottery.
Flrat I'rl/e. 100,000 Spanish Dollar*
Next drawing, March 21, 1876.
Extraordinary Havana Drawing.
Kir?t Prise,
One Million Spanish Dollars.
Drawing April 24, 1876.
Full explanatory circular* free.
TIIEODOR ZSCHOCH,
Poat office box 5,394. 116 Nassau ?t.. New York,
8TRAL COUNSEL?SEND FOR lPROSPECTUS. AD.
dress PROF, LISTER. Post office box 4,829, New York.
Diseases ok men, Whatever the caubk, re.
quiring medical or surgical treatment, cured by II. D.
GKINDLE, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, 142 West 48th at,
^J.RAND drawing OF THE KENTUCKY STAT*
Lottery at Covington, Ky.,
March 23, 1876.
Prises.
1 priie or $30,000 ia $50,000
1 priie or $20,000 ia 20,000
1 prise of $10,000 ia 10,000
4 prima of $3,000 are....*. 20,600
10 prima of $2..V)0 are 25,000
50 prir.es or $1,000 are 54 >,000
SO prixea of $54X1 are...., 23,000
V i prises of $2341 are 12,3410
200 prises of $14X1 are 20,000
Approximation prise*.
4 prise* of $2,000, approximating to $30,000 prise, ere
$8,000,
A ?r ?1 77". ......Imtlln. tn BOO nftTt nrlsa are
95,300. ' "
4 prizes of 91,000, approximating to |10,000 prize, ere
94,003.
5,000 prizes of $10 are ^.'iO.COX
Prizes paid in (nil.
Tickets $10. Shares in proportion.
Address all orders to
SIMMONS, DICKINSON A CO.,
Covington or Louisville, Ky.
OLD AND SILVKK, AND ANY Alt TIC LK CONTaIN"Iiir
(fold, bouirht at market price, Polishing, Gilders'
K.ur*. Ac., burnt and melted by Kehner tiCUAWEL, 125
John st.
HA NANA LOTTKIlY.?NKXf DRAWING" MARCH 31,
IH7H. Capital prize,9IUO,U(JUl lnlormation tree. Address
H. MAKTIN1.Z A CO., 10 Wall St., basement. Post uRico
box 4,W?.
HOW 1 WAS CCRKD <>K CONSUMPTION. APTER
being Riven np by the doctors. Send si a inn lor full
directions. Address itev. LEWIS HENRY, 14?i Thompson
St., New Yotk
I.M PORTANT T(T HAN K III FfsT-MANKRl'PTS IVII()
have been adjudicated tnore than a year and hare not
applied fur their discharge*. and who are hence permanently
barred from so applying under a recent decision, are invited
to call upon the undersigned at once with the view of taking
neees.sary action In the premises.
A. 0. A I'll KEY, No. 7 Keekman st.
tr ?CHRONIC CATARRH. pKAJFXBM: IMPROVED
V. method : instantaneous reliet; permanent rare*. Dr.
sTODDA KD, No. S West 14th st.. N. Y.
?OFFICIAL-IIRAWING KEMT'OKT STATE LOT.
teries. SIMMONS. DICKINSON A CO . MsnaKers.
KKXTITKT. SITKA CI.ASS ISO. 1201>?MARCH ti. 1H7H.
4, 54, 73. Hi, 5, d. 35. ?< , 3. ?. 34. 37, 13.
?v?vr..vv ri IK SO 'dn?MOii'it It lU7tl
28, 68. 31, i. 4, "I, 52, 41. '?. 76, 51, 30.
HkXItT, KXTRA CLAM NO. 106?MARCH 6, 1876.
21, 56, 46. 11, *1, 73. 17, 12. 35. 37 20, 27, 2.
IIKNRT, CLAJI NO. lift?MARCH 8. 1878.
7, 22, 56, 26, 70. 42, 64, 12. 68. 21, 15 38,
Kail information or applying to or addressing J. Cl.L'TE,
206 Broadway ur box 4.!?>'.' Post olTicc
K?SIMMONS, DICKINSON A CO S OIIA.ND MONTH.
Iv Distribution on the Havana plan, to ho drawn
March '25. Alto Koyal Havana of Coha tirawa March 21.
lull Information by applying to or addressing J. CLL'Tfc,
3<>i Ilroadway or box 4,669 Polt olllco.
MADAMK O fflLD AMD MR. PUIUf LDTMII
AC 11 Kit invito their friends and odinalntancea to a
dinner which they will give no.M Saturday evening, at 8
o'clock, for the opening of their establishment, In No. 462
6tli or., between 28tlt ant 26th ?tx.
N'EW YO R K IIISTO R1C A L SI tCIETV.-A~ "STATED
meeting will he held at the I.lhrary cn Tueaday evening,
March 7. at 8 o'clock. A communication frotn Mr. Bancroft
will be read at this meeting.
XT E nVOi'S EX H ACSTION-A* MKDH 'AL K8SA Y\
XN compritlng a aeriea of lectnreadelivered at Kahn't Mn
aeum of Anatomy. New York, on the caiieo and cure of Premature
Decline, ahowlng Indlaoutahly how lost health may
he regained, affording a clear synopsis of the impedimenta to
marriage and the tre. tment of nervon< and phyatral debility,
being the result of 20 years' experience. Price 25 centa. Addreaa
the nuthnr. Dr. I,. J. KAIIN. office and reaidence 51East
HHIt SC. New York
OK KICK OK THE
NEW YORK Ml'TCAE OAS LTOHT COMPANY,
uorthcast corner I nlon square,
4th ST. and 16th at.
Nksi ViiM, Feb. 22. 1878.
Please take notice that on and alter the lat day ef March
next the price of gas Inrnialted by this rompany will be re
ducrd from 82 73 to 82 56 per !,'**> entile feet.
C K. 0A1IKI80.N, President.
C.'ltARi.Ks Pi.ai'k. Srcretarr and Treasurer.
KKICE OK TIIK HAKEEM t.AS 1.1'.IIT COMPANY
No. 2.684 :t|> AV.,
northwest corner I I4tli St..
New York. March 8. 1878.
Notice is hereby given that o? and after the Hrst day of
April ne*i, tue price ?l ttaa mruisiirn ti> private rnnsiimera
by itila company will be reduced from Rt i?t| 7o per l,i?JO
cubic (ret HI Kit WAKEMAK, President.
\vu I, Oatefcx, huiini
piLKS. PILES - -IIKMOItRIIOIDH. (lit PILES, PKK
I tnenenily eradicated In ten In tour week* without Huettrea.
reneilr, Ar., consequently without neln. Perlert cure
guaranteed in every Instance, end not one cent charged
until effected, l)r. IIOYT. *Jt Wnl 2?th M.
READ"THI. SPKCTAI.
WASHINGTON DKSPATCHM IN
THIS KVKMNlr'S I I.I,hi-II AM
FOR Kl'LL AND COMPLETE EXPOSURE*
W\R DEPARTMENT FRAUD*.
PIKKKF.PON f AMI HAHCOCK.
ALHANY I.KH ISl.ATI' KK,
CABLE Dr.hl'ATI.IIhS KHO.M EUROPE,
SPECIAL KEPORTd OK MOODY AND SAXKEY
SERVICES.
LATEST f .DM WALL STREET
AND ALL THE LATEST LOCAL NEWS
PRICK TWO CENTS
SOR*> OK ALL KINDS?SCCII As TUMOKS UK THE
breast. Ac., lupus. lungus, carremoua", cancer. end
cencnrom warm, ere -eld l<> lie Incurable and always canting
the vtrk esramtre grief. Dr. L. .1. CLEMENT, upon whom
the medal ol honor Ilea been conierred, he* Jn?t arrived Irom
Paris. and will cnre above disease In a very short time,
without operation, and als all nuts of diseases whatever,
without having recourse te mercnrt. Apply at No. 2111 Utli
av. oilier hour , from V. M I" 0 I .
T*"WKMA YRAKR' PNI'SsIAN hospital EXPKI1I
ence: disrates of men a apeclally. Private olHce. Iill
Rleeckerat. Dr. J^COHY.
AciloTllWI ?SKDUCr.D to "a CEkTaI.NTY.?
JpUUtl.UUt". Chance to train PHX.IMi without rlak;
send tor circular at onre; no time to loae. A LI.K.N A CO.,
70 Rattan at.. New York. I
W YO
W YORK, TUESDAY, MAE
SPOKTLKb?DOCS. H1KUS, ?C.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BREED CANARIP.A?TUNIS
JOHNSON, No. SU Liberty ?t., offer* eery choice lot
nf line German Canary Bird*, braa* and breeding Cage*, and
at greatly reduced price*.
HORSES, CVRUIAOKS, AC.
A?MAJOR C1IAS. W BARKER, AUCTIONEER, 1
. THE GREATEST SALK OF TROTTERB ,
EVER KNOWN.
THE UNFAKAL.EEI.ED EVENT OF THE
CENTENNIAL VE A It.
MAJOR BARKER ha* the honor ol announcing Mr >T.
Dl'NN WALTON'S uuevampled tale* of lite ia*te*t GREEN
iiiUiirnr* 10 idc vonu in ?i? uiirc ri mncr c oaii i
City Auction Mart and New 1 ork Taiteraalla. eweuer of
Broadway and illHb at., ou thursday NEXT. Marcli U,
at alettn o'clock, thirty (IN k UK ad, comprising ,
the moat axtraordluary lot rear oflarod to tue public.
Stoca will be on raltibttion for TRIAL at Mr.
WaLTON'8 atoblaa. No. 14'I VYe?t :t>Hh at., from now
up to day of aale. Mr. Walton rrnneMa EVERY" BODY to
CtlilK and ride behind and test the SPEED and
driving <|ualitiea of any of tbe lot belbre tbe day of rale.
Positively no private offer* entertained. CATALOGUE.
May priding (shadow, pot by Manubrino Star, 15.2V
high, loaled 1801); cau beat 2;28. Bay gelding BAY JOHN.
Iot by Young Morrill, 15*4 high. foaled 1SU7; cau trot in 2 : !<?.
lay gelding GEORGE, not by Gen. Knox, IS}, high. foaled
I860; can trot in 2:9U. May Gelding TKLEGltAI'JI, got by
General Lyou, 15.21, high, foaled 1868; can trot in 2 :35.
Bay Gehliug YOUNG KNOX, 15.21. blab, foaled 1*60; can
heat 2'4ti. Hay Mare JOSEPHINh, got by llonnal Allen,
15 V high, foaled 1888; can trot in 2 :4A, Bay Gelding
DUTCHMAN, got by lliram Drew, 15V high, foaled 1808;
can beat2 31). Cheatnut Gelding CARELESS, got by lioneat
Allen. ltV high, loaled lsti8; ran trot in 2 :4<J. Brown
Mure BELLE Or THE EAST, got by Tom I'atcben, 15.2',
high, foaled 1871; can trot in 2 :*(. 1 hertnnt Gelding 1.11'TI.E
FRANK, gut by Ethan Allen. I.V4 high, loaled 18H8;
can trot in 2:4tl. Bay Gelding BAY' PET, got by Daniel
Lambert, li'4 high, foaled 1870; can trot iu 2 :do. Black
mare MIDNIGHT, got by Ethan Allen. 15V blgb, funled
1809; can trot in 2:4U. Buy Mare DAISY", got bv Uyadyk'a
Hambletonlan, 15V high, foalod IHOS; con trot In 2 :'M.
Bay Mare FLKASintH GIRL, got by the Avery IIurea, IS
high, foaled l>4<8; can trot in 3 minute*, lirown Gelding
STATE OK MAINE, got by General Knox, l&K high, fouled
188U; can trot in 2 :3s. Bay Gelding WIIIThllhELS, got
by Mount Vernon, 1SV high, foaled 1807;can heal 2 :4II.
Black Gelding BLACK DI AMOND, got by General Knox,
I5V high, loaled I88O: ran trot in 2;4.*>. Blark Gelding
1(1.ACK HANK, got by Young Knox, IS high, foaled
1808; can trot in 2:SO; roan Mara SWEKTI1KI An, got by
Gtineral Knox, IS high ; foaled 1870; can trot in 2 :35. Sorrel
Filly LADY' KIUIWN, got by Houext Allen, 141, high:
foaled 1871 ; ran trot in three miuiilea. Buy Gelding BAY
HOSTGN, got by H. B I'atcben, I5\ high; foaled 1808;
can trot in 2 :35. Cheatnut Mare ADA, got by General Knox,
14V high; foaled 1868; ran trot in 2:35. sorrel Mare IDA,
got by (Grain Drew, 1high; fouled lsOO; can beat 2:45.
Sorrel Mare ETTA, got by Logan, 14V high; foaled !87o;
ran trot in 2:4li. Sorrel Gelding XIMRGD, got by Winfleld,
Jr., IS.1, high; foaled 18(h); can trut in 2ill. Black Gelding
ItCACh OAK. ?iit by loin Carpenter. l.ijt ntfti lloaiail
1HH6; can trot in throe minutes. Black Gelding BLACK
KNIGliT, got by AJax, 1SV high; foalcil 1SH8; can trot in
2mII. Hay Gelding ETII AX, Jr., got by Ethan Allen, 14??
high: foaled 18811, can trot in 2 :45. Hay Gelding LOGAN,
gut hy Jules J urirenseti, 15V high ; foaled imp; enn trot In
J :,Vi. Hav Filly LAD\ UAi, got by Hlackwood. 16?% blifh;
foaled 1871; ran trot In three minutes. Chestnut .Mare
FINK, got by Mambrlno-Piiot, 15 high; toaled 1870; can
trot in 2:60. Above are all warranted sound and kind.
CATALOGUES now ready at the SPIRIT and TURF offices,
and at the Mart. Sale positive and without reserve* No
postponement on account of weather
UCTION HOUSE O F ARCI i. J til IMJTO V,
111, 21. 23 and 36 13th at.,
near University place.
I SALES OF HORSES AND CARRIAGES ARE HELD
| EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, AT 10 O'CLOCK.
124 to 48 hours'trial on horses warranted sound.
PARTIAL CATALOGUE of THIS DAY'S sale at 10
I o'clock.
ELEGANT DAPPLE GRAY COUPE HOltSE, IB
hands, H years; kind in all harness; free lroin vice;
is not afraid of a locomotive or anything else; has
been nerd In city and country hy a private family;
doe* not shv or pull; an excellent free driver,
single or double, and is in every way a thoroughly
reliable family horse ; warranted souttd.
? EXTENSION TOP PHAETON, ucarly new, by Wood -5
ruff.
?* THREE SETS ENGLISH DOUBLE IIARNF.SS, new
to order.
? THREE SETS ENGLISH BROUGHAM HARNESS,
newtourdor; tube sold tor account whom it may
?: concern.
ELEGANT ROAD ESTABLISHMENT.
J VERY FINE YOUNG BROWN TROTTING HORSE,
?* sired hy Vermont Morgan, dam American slur, lull
mane and tail, 15'., hands high, U years old; kind
aud true in all harness; free Irum vice; very hand^
some and free driver; not afraid of anything; has
"Z trotted in 2 52)% and is warranted to trot a mile in
jg 3 minute* this day; has a full open and very sty
y, ilMi gall; lias l*ll excellent nwur uis|mMiiim, out in
very spirited mill stylish in harness; in in every re.*
speet a first class and reliable borne fur any use;
j? warranted sound. Set Hirotn, Robes, Ac.
ELEGANT TUP SIDE BAH WAGON, built to order by
?- Krmik Anne.
H DARK BAY HORSE, IS!, hands, 8 years; kind In nil
JJ harness; an exlrn One under Buddie; has all gaits
lor lady or gentlemau; lite not a vice, fault or
it trick of any kind ; lias been a family net; In a very
c* superior roadster; can travel close to II minutes; Is
0 not alraid of a locomotive or anything else, and is
a thoroughly reliable horse lor any use; warranted
sound.
<s ELEGANT SET DOUBLE HARNESS, light., nearly
"* new.
. TOP SIDE BAH ROAD WAGON, bnilt to order, br
fc Kraals Ashe.
5 SORREL SADDLE PONY. HJs hands, 8 years; sold for
account of whom it may concern to pay charges
and keep.
<r. ELEGANT BI1A8K MOUNTED CARRIAGE HABir
NESS, made to order.
O DARK BROWN PATCH EX MARE. 15W hands, 7
I" years; kind in all harness; free front vice ; has a
2 good onen, si|iiurn salt; has trotted in i! :?i; guar_
anleeil to nut a inlle in 2 aX) or no sale ; has not a
vice, fault or trick of any kind; docs not shy or
? pull; a spirited, but gentle driver; not afraid of
anything. And In every respect n flrat class roadater;
warranted sound.
? SI OK BAR ROAD WAIKIK, In wood order, ny R. M.
x Stiver*.
< TWO SIX PA8SENGER PARK PHAETONS, by Wood
Broa.
FIVE TOP WAGONS and four Pony Phaeton* to bo
aold for account of whom it may concern.
ELEGANT LIGHT EXPRESS WAGON, nearly new,
by Klvnn.
TWENTY OTHER HORSES, description time of rale.
LARGE ASSORTMENT of every kind of Carriage,
Wagon, llarue**, UobtS, Blanket*, Whip*, Ac., this
day, at
ARCH. JOHNSTON'S Mart, 19 to US 13th St., near University
place.
Weather eever interfere* with onr SALES, AT 10
O'CLOCK.
?MAJOR t'llAS. W. BARKER7 AUCTIONEER
. IMMEDIATELY AFTER the ?*lc of Mr. E. A.
Ml CK'K Imported Norrnan-Percheron Stallions, Wednesday
(to morrowi. March 8, at llo'olock, at BARKER A SON'S
City Auction Mart and New York TattcrsaU's, corner of
Broadwav and 3IHll at., will be offered, positively witliont
reserve, the property of Colonel WALTER W. BARNEY, of
Jersey City, who leaves for California shortly. His entire
famous Trotting Stable, Brewster Wagons, line Harness,
Ac., consisting of
THE CLO.>F.LYmairhed Jet black Trotting Team, Windsor
and Ella Shelby, both got by Henry Clay, Jr . dam by
bay llamkletonian, 13,V? high, foaled lfcRH and |S09;have
trotted together, to top wagon, in U and both have
aliown trials of close to U :3S singly; are unequalled as a
gentleman sroad or trotting team, and are warrauled sound
and kind.
THE WELL known sorrel Trotting Gelding General llnllerk,
got by Horsey'a Gold Dust, dam by Osceola, l.V?
high, foaled DOS; has a record of U ;3.">; la galled like a
piece of machinery; is the best moneyed track horse ever
offered at auction and is warranted sound and kind
THE CELEBRATED bay Trotting Mare Belle of Richland,
got by Stradar's Cassias M. Clay, Jr., dam br Denmark,
IM* high, foaled lrdiH; has a record of Is a
great mail mare and is warranted aound and kind.
THE HIGHBRED chestnut Trotting Mare Trifle, got by a
son ol Jupiter, dam by Seeley's American Star, 15Vt high,
toaled 1B7H; trotted at three years old In SAB and at ttva
years old in 2:43; a tremendous road mare; warranted
sound and kind.
THE SPEEDY brown Trolling Mare Claire, pot by Ma)or
Edsall, dam by Harry Clay, lNJe high, foaled 1>Wl; has
shown a trial of2 :47S to 10S pound road wagon; is warranted
sound and kind.
THE FAMOUS chestnut Trotting Gelding Dodge, got hy
Ethan Allen, dam hy Kyadyk's llntiibietonian, lo.'j high,
foaled IHfiB; has a record ol ^ :33, is warrauted sound and
kind.
THE CELEBRATED black Trotting Gelding New Cassel,
got l?y Tlppoo, dam by Maieppa, l5Jt nigh, loaled IHtIS; has
a record of U MS to the polo and Ui 14 in harness; Is war
milieu mono ?nu una.
TIIE IIA.NDSOUK rhretnut Trnttlni: Mere Alffomer, got
oy Ooodlng'i Champion, duin by Kield't I'.ovul Geonre. 1V?,
fnelrd Intel; e greet rind mure; hue trnlted a deeli of fire
iuilrn In Id .VI1,; it werentrd round end kind.
TO!' SIDK-bur Hoed Wifni, by .1. K. ilrewiter A Co.,
with ell the patent ettarhmenta. end nearly new.
TOPSIDE her Hoed Wagon, by Broome ?l. Brewater; Pole
end sherta; fine order.
NO ToP aide-bar Koed Wagon, by Quimhy, of Newark:
neerlv new
DOUBLE AND BIN OLE mud Harnett, Clothing, Ac., by
Dniiarmnb, Oomerfnrd, Terrlll. Ac.: Whip*. Jieer nnd Wolf
Jtoh-a, Ae. ; the whole forming the noil romplete end lineal
grntlrmen'a trotting or rned turnout erer offered at enction.
SAl,K WITHOUT reterve or postponement.
MUCK NOW on exhibition.
'? -roil WALK?FIVE UolCSRM, SlITABLK Foil
_'Y. Trucking. Farming nnd general hualneea u?e; tube
mill et ? acrlttce, at tlio owner baa no further uee. Cell et
4 1 iireal .lanea at . In beaement.
A mm BLACK CANADIAN PONV, WITH" A MKT OK
Harnett, euiieble for any hntlneta; price $h.'i; on eccount
ot no iian lor either. .TM Orcheril m.. Grocer* more.
A GENTLEMAN'S COM t'LKTK KHTABLIslI M K.VT
for aale?Conaletlng ol beautiful bey llorae, high knee
ncilon, 10tk henda; light Coupe, eun trimmed ; llernem to
meteb ; elm ityliah T Cert end tide her entltinie top Wagon,
double end muffle Koed llerncea, ell new leal mil: mnat bo
told thlt week et any aei-rlfice. Inquire of proprietor, Ar enel
mehlet. It-'itli et., neer Brnodwev.
id AC RI KICK- FAST TROTTING GELDING*
George, I.W heiide, H yeert old; record. 3 :lll; Bide Iter
Top Wagon oy Peek, Double end Single Harnett. 1 .'| Weal
dial at.
a _l nrfltl. ON ACCOUNT OK MY HUSBAND'S
.Aa death, lo?r lloraea, nlttkll l??r truck, farmer. nny
liuatneaa; half value; trial allowed. M South 6th av., Im>t
wo<-n Itlerrker ami llouaton eta.
DlSh-MILKY tJTr Wagon. DCNSCOJIE 11 Alt
nfo, need hut a lew timet, at half eo?t. 67 Eoet -Idd
at., corner of 4th av.
"? ri.ATKuHM SI'KIMi WAGON, NKvKI.Y NEW,
J\. for ??le cheap: a I ad a llorte. No. H7tt iltli av.
?HLX.M-.ris w At IONS <11 h A I7 - Ti TIT" r.XI'Kr.eS,
. grot-era, hntchera, hakere, milk, lanndrj. package and
tteilrrr]-: Wi|aaa <nm to $160, Wagon Manufactory, No.
2ktl Sprio ; at.
-Tliii rilNf MLILT HOUSES; ALSO A NOTIIKR
. Il-.r?e .$ *'. $76 and $R6. 1 I'd Henry at. (atable.1.
Hklboamt Tor WAtioN, rof.i and shakth,
. stiver*'laake ; act ilonnle Hacneaa, act -Inelr liar,
neat, HI inkett and Kobe; for aale vary low. At the private
atable So. 4 Weet Holt at., one door weal of Mb av.
A_KOR KALE, HOUR HOUSES; ONE ROAD OR
. Iiirttt bualueaa Tram and two tiuik llor rt, to be aold
to tether or aeparate. Apply at tt> VYooater at.
A CO AO 11, NKW STYLE. JUsT KIN1HIIED; SIX
c i.td Mi rry t'arrtaitea, aeeond hand; ten new Tony
I'lieetona; Huicgiea. Wagon a at coat. aoH.'blav.
A-I'OR NAME,RKTKX IIOMM KIT lou FARMING.
trurk. grot-cry or general nae ; the property ol a eon
tractor, at hall value; trial allowed. Inquire at 67 Great
J one a at.
A LABI IK N1.W STABLE ON EAST 2ITH ST. TO
leaae.?46 alalia, elevator, carriage room and plenty
ol loft tor feed; alao Store on 2 ltd at., near Lexington av.
G. H. J'&CK, No. S Weal 26th at., UaBmati llouae.
a .a. A
RR H
tCH 7, 1876.?TRIPLE SH
hohneh, i'ulaiaGEI, *c.
Auction house ok van taxskll a kearney,
110 and 113 EAST 13TII sT .
near 4tii av.
REGULAR pales op horses AND OARRIAOES
every tuesday and priday.
On every horse that I* warranted round or kind and true
In harueat from one to three dajra ia given to teat warrantrea.
CATALOGUE OP THIS DAY'S (TUESDAY) BALE AT
10 O'CLOCK.
entlk.man'S PRIVATE KNTRLISHMEN'T?EI.Efi ANT
team bay Hor.ea, l.'i1. haiola high, 7 and Syear* old;
kind and true in all liarnraa; free from vice; very
atyllah ; taut traveller*; have been need by a private
lanilly the part three year*, and are In every way aala
and reliahla and a frit rlaaa family earrlage team.
double HARNESS, UnKD HIT A PEW TIMES, MADE
by IIorgan.
Wolf and fox Robe*, Blanket*. Ac.. Ac.
clarence, GOOD as new, bI'ilt lly brrwbtkr.
victoria, but utile t ski), 11u1lt by l.vty
COUPE. IN GOOD ORDER, BUILT BY WOOD BROS
ELEGANT LANDAU. NEARLY NEW. HAS EIUllT
Niirlnpi, built by Million ? Uaiei, Pari*.
DARK BAY TROTIING MARK KANSAS OIRL, BIRKD
by straw n'a Monarch; the tire of Monarch. Jr.. whose
record is 2 :?'>; Dain, the font I'haro mare Spangle; (he
is In bauds hirl>. 7 years old. kind and true in all liar
Doss; free Irnni rice; a superior roadster; was raised by
Captain Tough, of Kansas, and trotted en the Topoka
track when o years old, a mile in 2:42, andean now
trot in 2:4U; she Is superior to the polo; a free aud
pleasant driver aud warranted sound.
Dnnscomb Harness in good ordrr, end
TOR SIDE WAR ROAD WAGON. NEARLY NEW, BUILT
by Browster A Oo., of Broome st.
PRIVATE ESTABLISHMENT?ELEGANT TEAM
BROWN Geldings. l.'iJJ hands high, it and 7 years old,
kind aud true in all harness; free Irom rice ; have extra
fine style and action; are fast travellers; prompt
and pleasant drivers; do not shy or pall; are iu every
way a flr-d class carriage team, and warranted sound.
SILVER MOUNTED HARNESS. MADE BY GRAHAM;
Robes, Blankets, Ac., and
CLARENCE IN PERFECT ORDER. BUILT BY J. B.
Brewster A Co.
COUl'E ESTABLISHMENT?ELEGANT BAY COUPE
Horse, l.Vj hands hish. ft years old; kind and trne In
all harnnss; free Irotn tire; has Hue style and action;
Is a prompt and handy driver and one of the most de
airable tamily carriage or coupe horses in the city, end
warranted sound.
ENGLISH COUl'E HARNESS, NEARLY NEW.
COUPE, IN GOOD ORDER, BUILT BY MINER A
Stevens.
VERY sTYLISIl ANI) HANDSOME CHESTNUT HORSE,
raised in Kent ucky, hands high. 6 years old; kind
and true iu all harnnss; free trom vice ; superior under
saddle; well broken to all gaits; a free and stylish
driver; tears nothltpr; a superior horse for gentleman's
road use aud warranted sunud. Also set Harness
and
TOP ROAD WAGON. WITn THE BREWSTER CROSS
spring, in perfect order, built by J. B. Brewster
A Co.
CHESTNUT HORSE, HANDS HIGH. 9 YEARS
old; kind and true in all harness; free from vice or
laull; a lady can ride or drive hlra ; fears nothing ;
trots in 3 A, mluutes; Is a superior family horse aud
warranted sound. Also set Harness and
TOP PHAETON, NEARLY NEW, BUILT BY J. N.
Brown
BROWN HORSE, l.V* HANDS HIGH 8 YEARS OLD;
kind and true in all harness; free from vice; stands
without tying; has been used for family driving and
general business use.
Set Business Harness and
top 1,1.1 1,-t/pi- nit hi uivl'cu u-ii-nv nnnn a<t
now, bulll by Brook*.
Several truod work and family Horses. Full descriptions
time of sale. Ton Wagons of all kinds. Harness, Ac.
SALE COMMENCES AT 10 O'CLOCK.
"A" ?BY VIRTUE 6> A CERTAIN CHATTEL MOKTA.
OAOE.
TO ME DIRECTED, I WILL EXl'OSE
FOR SALE BV FUBLlC AUCTION, ON TUESDAY
(THIS HAY).
MARCH 7. AT 11 O'CLOCK IN THE FORENOON
"AT THE PRIVATE STABLE NO. Ill EAST 23D ST.,
BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND FOURTH AVENUES,
THE FOLLOWING VALUABLE HORSES, CAR
riageb, sleighs, harness, blankets, robes,
whips. ac., ac.:?
Including the very handsome team of bay Geldings, foil
brothers, sired by Klhau Allrn. und well known as the
Inirersoll Traui: was driven by Mr. lngersoll a mile to top
road wagon lu 2 :.">l; they can trot in train In 2 :4">. and are
as perfect a team of roadstris as can be produced; warranted
sound and kind.
The last young graj Gelding Wonder: sired by General
Knox; can trot in 2 AO, and will rank with the first horsea
in the c uintry: he is warranted sound and kind.
The fast grnv Gelding Conductor, tired by Sanger Patchen.
he bv George .M. Patclien. dam by Toronto Chief, the sire or
Thomas Jefferson, the winner of the great $10,000 stallion
race at Buffalo; he Is very powerfully galted, and will make
a very fast one; be can now trot In 2 : '*> on any truck, and is
but six years old, and warranted sound and Mud.
N. B.?The above two Horses have been driven together,
and make as fine a team as goes the road; can trot lu 2:11
or 2 ;42 to pole.
The fast and handsome bay Gelding Centennial, 13*s
bands high, (1 years old, and 'was got by Schuyler Colfa.x,
datn by Hnaglaiol's .Messenger: he was raited and bred at
Babylon. L. J., and owner paid $I,0>IO tor liim when two
years old; he is now one of the fastest road horses in this
city; trotted Inst lall a mile and repeat In ft:lM in harness;
he Is very handsome, and warranted sound and kind.
Fast brown Gelding Tnmnianr. 1.1R hands highs 9 years
old; got by Wlntbrop Morrell, dam the dam of Plato; as
fine gaited as any gentlenisn desires; has a record of 2-.36,
and warranted sound and kind.
Four ton road Wagons. Pole and Shafts. 1 pony Pbeaton,
1 Cabriolet, 1 Portland Sleigh. 2 sets of double Harness, 3
sets of single Harness; also, 3 fine bear, wolf and fox Robes,
fine Blankets. Hoods. Sheets, Whips, Ac , Ac.
STOCK NOW ON EXHIBITION AT STABLE AS ABOVE.
JOHN DUUIIAN. .Ill.
CITY MARSHAL AND ATTORNEY FOR MORTGAGEE.
OFFICES AT EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT
AND HTH AV\. CORNER 44T11 ST.
A LL MY OWN MAKE?HUUOIKH, PllAKTONS, ROCK
JX aweva, Expresses, Ml kind*, m manufacturer's prices.
535 Cauai st. CHAKLK8 tlKLBK.
-A COCP>. KOOKAWAY, IN OOI)1>T/RI)KK, BY MINi\.
Jr fejlteveiis; l.andau, by do; AO top and open Knad
W?wn, by Ity makers, wine In vnry'flne order; Rockawuvs.
new and second linnd. Tour and six aeat; a large assortment
of Laudntilets. Coupes, Barouches, Clarences, E\'
press Wagons, Ac ; Harness, Holies, Blankets, Whips. Ac.
WM. II. OKAY, ;'(! nii'l '.'1! Wnosterst,
A' PERFECTLY OKVpLK Hl'1'1) BUILT FA.MILY
Mart* for sale. Inquire In the i'aper Store, 77 Uoano
St.
AVERY EXTRAORDINARY riNK STIVERS' TOP
mit^ Wagou, 22M pounds, lur the low ligure $225, at
private stable rear UH 5th av., on 1.1th St.
_*Yui WILL, BUY A liHNTLKMAVS Tl'KNOTT
complete; heautlliil hay Horse, 7 years old, 15>i
hands: warranted sound end kind; trots fast; flne Harness
and elegant top Wagon ; ,Kobca and Whip ; would sell separate.
Private stable. No. 2" Kast 28th at.
?ELKHANT-cYTY MADE TOP PONY PHAETON,
. latest style ; half value; inust sell. Lumber yard, 37th
St., 7th at. .
/ NARRIAQR REPAIRING.?WE OTTER L'NL'SCAL
V J lacililies for good and prompt work in our repair departmetit:
estimates made; summer carriages rereived now will
be held for delivery In April. HRhWSTKR A CO. (of
ilroome ?t.i: factory, Broadway and 47th St.; wurerooms,
5th av. and 14th at.
TAOR BALE?THREE SINULK TRUCKS, TWO EXr
|iress Wagons, one baker's and ono milk Wagon, and
four track Horses, from $75 to $100. Apply at 208 West
18th st. _________
F"0II "hAI.K^-A CLARKNCK jALMOST NEW. CAN BE
seen at private stable 213 East 23d st.
Irion sali. - IHeTTinest paik ok bright bay
' Vermont Morgan Horses In this city, ruining H and 7
years old; full brothers: 15', bands; can trot close to three
minutes; sound, kind and drive with slack rein like a pair
of dogs; ten miles an hour Is a hauily gait for tlieui; price
according to the times. A. P. SMITH. 1.801 Broadway.
I* no It SALE-A I.ADrs AM) IIKNTLEM A.S'S FL7R
iilshing Store and Millinery, long established, with
Dwelling attached; rent very low ; pour health cause of sellIng.
Address B. t!., Herald ofllce.
iNoR SALE-BROWN MARK, 15Ji HANDS, 7 YEARS;
J? unliable fur farmer, grocer, Ac.; warranted round.
44?>j Wert IKth rt.
LjUlR SaLB-KXTKA (iool) OBAY IIOIISK. t.v;
r* hand*, d year*; rnltable grocer, exprerr, farmer, any
burinrtr: fully warranted, fit King at.
SALE- ONK i?K THE it KMT I'A Y IN li I.I V KRY
r and Hoarding Btahlea; moderate aired; good location ;
boarder* paying expenrea; aatiafactory reaaoua lor aellltig;
no agcutr. 3U*J Wert .iritli at.
1""l6R SAKE?IIKAVII.Y HUIJ,T "CASATMAN PONY
' Horn". IA handr, ft yearr; line driver; rnlt grocer or
milkman ; warranted aottml. 4ftft Weat IHlh at.
"LVfK MAl.K CHEAT-OR WILL EXCICANtIE FOR
J Furniture, Carpetr, Ac., a bay Helding, coming ft yeara
old, lft^a liaudii high; rired by llappy Medium, dam by liny
Miller, perlectly gentle in mngle mid doable hnrneaa, and
round; never war trained. Addrcftt box .V) 1'oat office,
Kordham. K. Y.
btoi: MALE CH1UT-A GQVTB EOCKAWAT.IN FIRHT
cla?r Condition Apply at private rt able M Wert 4ild ?l.
ntlKSBM WITH MOKATIMIBM?"'TAI.COTT'S CI RE"
never fails, Large bottler, ?1 lift; rmall, flOe. Iry it.
K111111. K. H.i .|,d,n *t.
H" TftDHOMK AND .4TYU.dll DIM1CAKT; HEAT FOUR
comlnrtably ; pole and rliartr ; good a* new ; coat
will aell lar loll. Idoth at. and Huh av? fend -tojg
I ' KNTtfKY HOKHKS, JI ST ARRIVED
FROM KENTUCKY STOCK FARM.
A ahipment of very fine highbred and anpertor atepplng
florae* (lentlemen are Invited to Inrpeet the atock at
Knickerbocker Nlablea. g-'1 Wert .Via rt.
RICHARD TKNIBTAN.
UEAD THE SPECIAL "
WASHINGTON DESPATCHES
In
THIS EVENINGS TKLKGIIAM
KG II Pl'LL AMI COMPLETE EXPOSURES
i>f tha
WAP. DEPARTMENT PRACDS.
PIKRRKPOVr AMI RAHCOCK.
ALBANY LEGISLATURE,
PA BEE DESPATCHES PROM EUROPE,
SPECIAL It K PORTS ill MOODY AND HANKEY
SERVICES,
LATEST PROM WALL STREET
AND ADD THE LATKST LOCAL NEWS.
PRICK, TWO CENTS
llOCKAWATO, Muif AND HEAVY, AT MANUPACJ
t turrr pricei.
J. COLYKR A CO., huildera. !MM Broadway.
CHETLAM.ToNT.-WAlioN AND HAK NESS POR
> Pony H ye*ra old, ;BI inrliea high; blood boy;
? arranied, .ale fo? the moil timid child to rid* Of drive.
Apply ?t private Mabla. Dll Rout IflHIi ??.
ZtfoKAGR EOR CARRIAGES AND MLEIGIIM.?ROOMS
n clran. light and dry , terra* liberal. A. S. KLANDKAC,
37.' and I"t Hrwnie at., old aland ol Hrra ilrr A Co.
(t At.' HI KICK. -TWO HORSES. AHII CARTS, HARNESS,
0 too ?inglr Trueaa; everything belonging to carting.
-ii7 Wad lish "t.
OP SIDE BAR WAGON AND HARNESS, BOTH
nearly new; will Mil low, at ahoe atora, eoraa* lotb at.
and nib *Y_ __
rpo LET?CKNTKNXIAL CLPB STABLES. 143 W>.t
1 :i7t!i at.; 34 atoll?. In Oral ciaaa ordar. Inqulra at .'AW
bill ar.. la atorv.
T * KI!\ CIIEAP-TIIIIEE HI. VI Til l I, NEW Top
\ Ktpm. Wagoiia; any reasonable offer accepted. 134
tail imb at. ________
11 rANTED?A SET OP SINOLK ENGLISH COPPEOR
If dog art llamea., brata aire mounted; miiat l>a la
good order ami cbean lor caah. Adilraaa BARGAIN. llerald
Brooklyn Branch oAca.
ERA]
EBT.
IiOHMKB, CARRIAIiKH, ?fcC.
"WAN ri-.l?-A I.IVKK*Y STABLE.. IN MM IIAN'.K MnR
" improved Ileal Relate in Newark, X. J. ; no encumbrance
Addrrs* B 8., 21 and 23 Atlantic it., Nrwtrii. N. J.
"ll'WNTI.D IMMKDI ATKI.Y-SIX STALL SlABUL
TT within half mile of Fifth Avenuo Hotel. Addreea
Hinting price nod location, STALL, Herald I'ptowii Branch
office.
WANTED?A BKKW^TlTirToFvi AliOX \V1 Til POLE
and atiafU; nnut be ae good at new. Addreea H.. box
144 Herald I'ptowii Branch office, Mating loweet enah price.
Q JlOKMKK. SUIT HEAVY WOKE, FROM fUO TO *7 ,
O not hnlf value: Canadian Tony, for ladjr or cbililreu.
BIN. No. 410 West 30th at., haraeea shop.
|1 4?t ?DUSKNBUKY FULL SPRIM. TOP lll iiii Y ;
Jll.ii), perfect order; Uoai Box; .11 arnete, ?20. 124
Went tilth ?t.
KUROPBAB WBA1H1PI.
WHITE STAR 1,1.NK.
FOR QI KKNSTOWW AND LIVERPOOL.
CARRYMNt; THE UNITED STATES MAIL.
The Hteamera ol tide liue take the Lane Route* recnm
mended by Lieutenant Maury, U. S. N., K"'"K houiIi of itio
Kank? on the pasaacc to Queeuetown all the year round.
GERMANIC March II. at 3 P- M.
CELTIC March IK. at II A. M.
ADRIATIC Marcn S>, at .! r. M.
BALTIO April i, ?i 11 A. M.
REPUBLIC April 8, at :i I'. M.
Krom the White Star Docks, pier 52 North I'lrer.
Ilalri? Saloon, $><), an<l $IUi. In gold; return tickets
on reasonable terms. Steerage, $28.
Saloon, staterooms, smoking and bath rooms are placed
amidships, where the noiae and inmiou are leaat, affording a
degree or comfort hitherto unattainable at tea.
For inspection ofplans and other information apply at the
company a office, 37 Broadway, New Vork
R. J. CORTIS. Agent.
S"~ TATE LINK.
NEW YORK TOOLABOOW, LIVERPOOL, Dl'llLI.V,
BELFAST AND LONDONDERRY,
from pier 42 North River I Pacific .Mail dock) at follows:?
STATE OK PENNSYLVANIA Thursday. March 9
STATE OK VIRGINIA Thursdav, March 21
STATE OK INDIANA Thursday, Aprils
and ererv alternate Thursday thereafter. Kirst rahtu. $t'iO,
$7" and $91); return tickets, #120. Second caldn. $45; re
turn tickets. $80. Steerage at lowest rates. Apply to AUSTIN.
It ALII WIN A CO., Agents, No. 72 Broadway, N. Y.
Steerage passage office. 4o Broadway.
JXMAN LINE.
Rural Mall Steamers are appointed to anil as follows!
KOR yCKKSSToWN AND LIVERPOOL.
CITY OK BROOKLYN Saturday, March II. at 3 P. M
CITY OK MONTREAL Saturday, Mnrch IS, at 11 A. M
CITY OK PARIS Saturday, March 25. at 3 P. M.
CITY OK I'll ESTER Saturday. April 1, at 11 A. M.
CITY OK NEW YORK Saturday, April 8. at A P. M.
and each succeeding Saturday from pier 45 North River.
RATES OK PASSAGE.
Cabin $00, $90 and $100, gold.
Steerage $28, currency.
Drafts issued at lowest rates.
Kor cabin passage and general business apply at the com
Fur steerage passage at 33 Broadway, or pier 4."> North
River.
JOHN O. DALE. Agent.
A NCHOR LINK.
A CARKV1M1 THK UNITED STATES MAIL,
NEW YORK AND GLASOOW.
BOLIVIA Saturday, March 11. at 11 30 A. M.
KI.YSlA Saturday, March 18, at 11 A. M.
CALIFORNIA Saturday, March2.7. at 3 1*. M.
AM'HOKIA Snturdny. April 1. nt II A. M
TO GLASGOW. LIVERPOOL. LONDONDERRY,
yt'RKXSTOWN OR BELFAST.
Cabin, $03 to $80, currency, according to urrommodatlon.
INTERMEDIATE, $3T>, steerage, $28.
Drafts Issued lor any amount at current rates.
HENDERSON BROS., Agents, No. 7 Howling Green.
CI*NAItl) LINE.?B. AND~N. A~ 1L "m7~S.~*P. CIA
NOTICE.
With arte* to diminishing tho chances of collision, the
atramers of thla line take a spccilic course for all seasons of
the year.
On the outward passage from Quecnstnwn to New York or
Boston, crossing the meridian ot 30 at 43 latitude, or nothing
to the north of 43.
On the homeward passage, crossing the meridian at .*>0 at
42 latitude, or nothing to the north of42.
FROM NEW YORK FOR LIVERPOOL AND yUEENSTOWN.
CHINA Wed., March 8 I ABYSSINIA.Wed.. March 21
PAR I'll I A...Wed.. March 13 | JA\ A Wed.. March 2(1
Steamers marked *do not carry steerage passengers.
Cabin passage, $80, SlOO and $130. gold, according to accommodation.
Retitm tlcketa on favorable terms.
Steerage tickets to and from all parts ol'Europe at very
low rates. Freight and passage office, No. 4 Howling tlreeii.
CHARLES t?. FRANCKLYN, Agent.
PASSENGERS PER STEAMSHIP CHINA EMBARK
Ivom the Cunard wharf, foot of Grand street, Jersey
City, at 2 :3> P. M , on Wednesday, March 8, )87tl.
CHAS. a. FRANCKLYX, No. 4Howling Green. N. Y.
XTATIONAL LINE
i.1 From piers 44 and 47 North River.
FOR LONDON DIRECT.
DENMARK Thursday, March W.OiTOA. M.
FOR OUKKNSToWN AND LIVERPOOL
HELVETIA, Mar. 11, 3 P. M. I EGYPT, April 1. 9:30 A. M.
ITALV. March 18. 11 A. M. | THE QUEEN, April ft. 3 P.M.
Cabin passage, $tkl and $70, currency. Keturu tickets at
reduced rates.
Steerage passage, $2tl, currency. Prepaid steerage tickets
from England, Ireland and Scotland at the lowest rates.
Drafts issued front ?1 upward, at gurreut prices.
Apply at the company's offices, til) Broadway.
F. W. J. HURST, Manager.
QSLY~DIRECT LINE TO FRANCE.
THE GENERAL TRANSATLANTIC COMPANY'S MAIL
STEAMERS BETWEEN NEW YORK AND
HAVRE, CALLING AT PLYMOUTH (G. B.),
for the landing of passengers.
Thegsplendld vessels on this lavorite route for the lion
Iineill toeing more aomneriy Mien uuj uMirr; win wen iiuiu
tlrr No', 43 North Itlver, aa follow!:?
PKUKIRE (Daurei Saturday, .March 18
LABRADOR iSanglieo Saturday, April I
AM ElllOL'K (Poutlot) Saturday, April 13
PRICE OK PASSAGE IN GOLD (Including wlno
Pint cabin, $110 to HI JO, Mcordkne *? aoconuapdstion.
Second. $72. Third, $4o. '
Return ticket! lit reduced rates.
Steerage. f.'ii. with auprrlor accommodation, including
wine, bedding and ulensila, without extra charge.
Slnuuera marked I hut * do not carry steerage paaaengrr*
LOUIS 1>K KKBIA.N, Agent,.'?i ltroadway,
or Til German Lloyd.
STEAMSHIP LINK BETWEEN NEW YORK,
SOUTHAMPTON AND BREMEN.
Company'* pier, foot of "2il *t., Hoboken.
AMERICA Sat., March 11 | MOSKU....Sat, March 23
WEBER Sal., March 18 | DONAL'....8*t, April 1
Itatr* of passage Irom New York to Southampton, Havre
or Bremen ?
Klrat Cabin, $ 100, gold; Second Cabin, (CO, gold; Steerage,
$30, rnrrcney.
Return ticket* at reduced rate*.
Prepaid storage certittcatea, f.1'2, currency.
For freight or passage apply to
UELKICUs A CO., No. 2 Bowling green.
AMBI'KU AMERICAN PACKET OOMPAnYVT LINE
tor PLYMODTII. CHERBOPUti and HAMBURG.
OKLLKKT March ! I LKSS1NG March 23
KLOI'STOCK March IB | WIKLAND March 30
Hatea ot paaaaeo to Plymouth. London. Cherbourg, Hamburg
and all pointain England, Scotland and Wale*:?
Cabin, Brat saloon. gold $100
Cabin, *econd aaloon, gold BO
Steerage, rurrency 30
KUXUAHDT A CO.. C. B RICHARD A BOAS.
General Agents, General Paaactiger Agent*,
01 Itroad at, Now York. 61 Broadway, New York.
GST DIRKOT AND ECONOMIC ROI'TK TO~ilof,
LAND. BELGIUM. THE RHINE, SWITZERLAND,
AC.. AC., VIA ROTTERDAM.
STEAMER SCHOLTKN March 10.
BTE A M K It M A A S M arch 30.
Theae beautiful steamer*, carrying }lie United Stale* mail
to the Netherlands, ?re grc*t favorite* with the public.
Trip* regular, rate* low; cotnlnri and living perlcrt.
For freight. For paaaage.
PUNCH, KDYE A CO. L. W. MORRIS.
So Broadway.
U~ KITED STATES M AIL I,1NK?STEAM TO yl'KENS
TOWN AND LIVERPOOL,
ailing every TUESDAY
from pier 40 North River.
NEVADA. March 7. 3 P. M I WYOMING, April 4. 2 P. M
WISCONSIN. Mh 2l.3)a P. M. IDAHO, April II, ? P. M
MONTANA, March 28, 7 P. M. | NEVADA, April 18, 1 P. M
Cabin, $? '?. $7l> and $HO. currency.
Intermediate, $40; ateorage, $2H.
Paasenger* booked to and from Parla, Hamburg, Norway,
tie .A..,, A.- Ilr.rtw nn fretun/l I I',,.,, m.lli,,.
many at lowest rates.
WILLIAMS A til'I ON, 3D Broadway.
PKOIAL NOTICE.?THE SPLENDID MAIL STEAM",
hip NEVADA tail* from Pier 445 North River, for
(Jueenalown and Livcrnool, on Tuesday, Marrli 7. at '<
o'clock I'. M. Cabin, Intermediate and .ip'rrauc passage at
lowest rata*. Apply to WILLIAMS A til' ION, 2U Broadway.
WILSON LINK FOR SOUTHAMl?TON~AND"DTLL
ailing Irom pier 53 North River. as follows:?
HINDIXI March II I COLOMBO April R
NAVAKINO March 25 | OTIIKLLO. April 23
Klr?t cabin, $70, currency; second cabin, 945, cnrrcncr.
Excursion tlrkMa on very favorable term*. Through ttcketa
Issued to Continental and Baltic porta. Aptdy for ftill narticulara
to
CM ARLKS L. WRIIillT A Co , ."it Smith 't
Great western steamship link.
to bristol (england) direct.
Sailing fron pier IS Eaat River, aa followa
CORNWALL. Stamper Saturday, March 23
OKKAT WESTERN, Windham Cabin
passage, $7.V, Intennediate. 943; steerage. $'*">, enrrency;
excursion ticketa, $1211; prepaid steerage certificates,
$2X. Apply to W. D. MORGAN. Agent. 7'I South ?t.
ME RICA N LINK
Weekly Mail Steamahlp service between
PHILADELPHIA AND LIVERPOOL,
railing alJOueenatown.
Railing every Thnrsday Irom I hlladelphla and
Sailing every Wedneaday frotn Liverpool.
The following ateamera are appointed io aall from
Md'llTy PLiVb ... March 2 | CITY of BRISTOL.Mar. 30
INDIANA Marrh Hi OHIO April ?
ILLINOIS March 23 i PKNSSVI.A'ANIA..April 13
PRICK OK PASSAGE IN Ct'RKKNCV
Cabin $73 to $|t?l. according to location.
Steerage and Intermediate ticketa to and from all pointa
at the lower! rates.
Steamera marked with a atar do not carry Inlermrdlate.
Passenger aecommodallona for all claaaea nn*>irpa*.ed.
Kor passage rates of freight and other Information apply
to PETER WRIGHT A HONS, tianeral Agent.,
3tf7 Walnut at, Philadelphia;
George W. Cotton, 42 Broad at. New Vork; John McDonald,
passenger agent. No. S Battery place. _
O'DONOAf AN ROSS A STEAMSHIP PASSAGE OK.
bee.?Steamera every day. Cork. Liverpool. Glasgow,
Il.eee- 11 4 1 I f . . tk f\ TidtsU' I I f t% f f htVttllp P V ? I V * 11 f PC
O'lJnnnyan Ibwi'a Hotel, IA2 Chatham i")nare*
< OAMX1W 1MB TBAMIHin.
IJACiriC MAIL STEAMSHIP LINK.
PUK CALIKollMA. JAPAN, CHIN A, A18TRAMA,
NEW ZEALAND, BRITISH COM Mm A. Ac, At; .
tailing front pirr foot of Canal ?,, .North Kivar.
POR NAM rRANCIWO, VIA ISTIIMI'H OP PANAMA.
Btramthlp ACAI'L'LOO Thitraday. March 10
connecting tor all Ontral American and Sonth Parillc porta.
KKOM -AN PRANCISt O To VICTORIA. POUT lOWNS.
END, TAI <>MA, PORTLAND. Ac.. Ac.,
on tha It tth ami 'Jftilt af rrrrj month
for freight or paaaage apply at root .ifCanal at.. M. It
U. J. Ill LI.AV, Superintendent.
TjNOR RERMI'DA ISLANDS
r Ninety lonrtli departnie of ataamahlp Canlma, Thnra
day. March W; rllmale and arenery nne?trpa??ed. Ul'RKKC
and tit lp PoltTS steamship COMPANY, -jo Broadway.
a
TjTOR NASSAI*. X. P.?A KAMOCH WINTER RESORTr
Rarnlar mall aieatnahlpa from Saw York rta savannah.
Marrh 11 and March IS; from Saeannah. March |A and
1 March 2X MURRAY, I EltltlS A CO., Hi Soatlt aW
LD.
PRICK FOUR CENTS.
1 COAST \V INK HTK.YJlSHll'S.
STAIl BALL UNA.
UNITED STATES AND BRAZIL NAIL STEAMSHIPS,
, nailing malhthly iroot W*l?on'? \V bail, Brooklyn. S. V.,
!fcn PAHA, PKkXAMBl'OO. HAlilA ?u<| Klo JANKlitfX
trilling Mt St. John's, Porto Rico.
JOHN BRAM ALu? t??u? Vi>4uo?n?jrt March &
J. B. WALJCKK. tons, Sniur4*y, A tin I H.
j !'assent or trcouiuiodMitotti tlr?t ctMix,
i For ire it U i ant |i.isn?..*. at rottiic?'ti r.uon, Apply to
.1 >. rUCKKR ~ . .1 . -1 Pina it
V , II \\AN V and ME vIc AN IIAH. its LINE.
Steamer* l- >ve pier N > :i .North Klivr at it I*. II.
vok Havana liirtr.cT.
< ITY or NEW MIRK Thursday, March 0
CITY or IIA VAN V Toe .dev. March -I
CITY III VEKA Cltrz Thni-iUv. Marvb M
BOB Vr. It A CRUZ AN l? NEW ORLEANS,
via Havana. Proirreeo. Cainpcachy, Til span ami Tainpico.
city or Havana Tuned**. March si
CITY OK MKKIIlA. ... Tin-day, April 11
Kur irriK.x <>r pnsanire apply to
K. A I,EX A XIIUK A SONS, til and :? Broadway.
Steanlora will leave New Orleaue March MU aud lltlth lot
Vura Crui and all other porta.
XJKW YORK AMI HAVANA IMKhCI' MA 1 L~LINE ?
J.A Tlteae llrst class steamshipa * ill a.iil at A I*. M. fruut
pier IA North River, lout of Cedar street, for Havana direct,
as Pillows ?
COLUMBUS .Tnosdav, March 7
OKHSCK.NT CITY ? Thursday, March M
tlons, i?i?i??y to
%. ,...,,5 y.-. ^''VDK A CO., No. 0 Howling Green
McKKIiLKlt, I.I l.lNii a iu, Agcuu in Havana
TEXAS LINK FOR GALVESTON, TOUCHING AT
Kev Wost, carr i?vr the United States mall.-The
steamer SiVsTi'. OF TF \ AS. i aptaiu Holger, %?of
I sail ou turd a jr. March II, at 3 IV M.. froin pier 20
! Kast River. 'through I.ill* of lading given to all points on
the Houston and Texas. Central International aiol Great
Northern. Galveston, Houston and Meudernou. and the Galvvatoti.
HarrUbnrg and .*>aii Antonio railroads. Freights
and insurance at lowest rat**. For freight or j>t??age,
having superior accomni<?d.tuons, at.pl. to t\ II. MA!*
LOiiY .1 CO., 153 Maiden lane, or W. 1*. CLYDE, No. d
Bowling Green.
tfOfl NEW ORLEANS DIKF.fT.
I1 THE CKOMWKLL LINE.
The Ntciunsiilp
KNICKERBOCKER. Captain Kemhle,
on Saturday, March 11. at Ho'i h?ck !\ M ,
Irotit pier No. i? North lliver.
Through hill* of lading given to Middle and ull principal
point* on the MLftiaNippi River.
Cabin passage, $oO; steerage.
Apply to CLARK .V SEAMAN, 86 West it,
\f ORGAN'S LINK OF STEAM SIIIJ'S,
lvl for New Orleans and Texas.
will sail every Saturday to New Orleans, transferring Texas
freight there to Morgan's liOtiisiana and Texas Railroad for
Morgan City, thence per .Morgan's line of steamers to Texas
ports.
The BRASHKVR will sail from pier 30 North Hirer,
New York, on Saturday, March 11, at 3 I*. M., for No*
Orleans direct.
I (trough bill* of lading signed to Mobile, Galveston and to
nil point* on the Galveston, llarrlsburg ami Sail Antnuio,
Houston and Texas Central, International and Great North*
cm. Texas and ft'aciflc and Traiisd'ontiueutal railroads, and
to Indlanola and San Antonio, and nil point* on the Gulf,
Western Texas and Pacfttc Railway. Hraxos Santiago. Corpus
Christi, Roekport, St. Mary's and Fulton,
Freight for St. Mary's and Fulton landed at Roekport.
Lighterage and Channel dues at either Corpus Christi of
Branos Santiago at the expense and rink of consignee.
Torough rate* to Brownsville, via Rio Grand? Railroad.
Insurance can he effected under open poller of C. A. Whitney
A Co., New Orleans. From New York to New Orleans,
4 per cent; from New York to all Tcxus ports via New On
leans, 7? per cent.
. ' - ?1/-- C?lnrn.mc
rrriKiiv * > U'wi-bv iihcb. i ??. ???
tiou l?DpiV to
CtlARLEB A. WHITNEY A CO.. Agent*.
Pier 96 North Kiver.
F~~ OK HALIKAXTX lT?(UCONWELL LINB.
Steamship GEO. WASHINGTON will leave pier 10
North Klver. on Friday, March 10, .it ii P. M., it mi each ak
teriiHtt Friday thereafter.
Cabin pmage, including stateroom and meal*, .f Irt, ^old.
Apply t?? OLA UK A SEAMAN, 66 WmI it.
NLY DIRECT LINK Fo flokidx. WEEKLY L1NB
to Port Royal, S. 0., Fornandinu, Fin. Krtinswick. Ha ,
suiting every Thursday, front pier -?> East Liver. The
steamer CITY OF DALLAS, Captain Iiino>. will sail Thiirn*
day, March at 6 I*. M , lor Feruuudhia and Port RoyuL
Through tickets issued to all points in Florida and through
hi IN of I iding gi veil to all points in thu South and Southwest
For freitfht or pam>aire anplv to 0. 11. MALLOKY .t
CO. or HE KM \N GEL POKE, 1&3 Maiden lane.
OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP COMPANY,
sailing from pier .'i7 North Klver.
For Norfolk, City Point and Richmond, Tuesdays.^Thursdays
and Saturdays at !i P. M . connecting with the Virginia
and Tennessee Air Line, Atlantic Coast Line, Piedmont Ail
Line, Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, an<l with the com*
pull)'* steam lines to interior points in North Carolina and
Virginia. Newhern and Washington, N. C. (via No.folk),
every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Lewes, Dei.. Monday and Thursday at 4 P. M., connecting
with Maryland and Delaware railroads
Passenger accommodation* unsurpassed.
Through passage tickets and bills <?t lading to till points at
lowest into*. Insurance 11? Norlola, Ac., '.t percent. Freight
received daily ut pier 37 North River. General offices, 167
Greenwich st. N. L. M< i'KEADY, President.
TRAY ELL E1 IS' til 111K.
PEN N SYLVAN IA K AI LK<I Ait.
(tllF.AT THINK LIVE
AND UNITED STATES MAIL ROUTE.
Trains leave .\?w York, via Deshros.es unci Cortlandt st.
ferries. ik billows ?
Express. lor llarrlshurK, Plttsbnrir. the Wont Arid South,
with I'ulliiiiin [oilbit car* attached, W :JD A. M., U ami 8 M
Y. M. Sunday. B ami s: *) P. M.
For Williauiaport anil Luck llaven at l> :80 A. M. aud S ..Hi
I' M. For Curry aud Erie. 8:110 1'. M., connecting at
Curry lor Tituaviile, Petroleum Centre and ilio Oil Utnuin.
For Hull,more, Waahluylou aud the South, "Limited nullIn
lou Express" of Pullman I'urlor Cars dally, except
Sunday, A. M ; arrlvo Washington 4:10 to. Regular
at S:|l> A. M., II and ! 1'. M. Sunday, '.I P M
Express tor Philadelphia, 7, 7 :'JO, 8 ;4<l, I) :.KJ A. M *, 1*1:Hi,
II, 4, 4 IIIi, 3, 8, 7, 8 :3 >, II I*. M.. and I'd night Sunday, i,
8. 7, 8:.'k) aud It I* X. Emigrant and second class. 7 I'. M.
For Wains to Newark, KliwUn tit Kdiwav. I'rinocton, Teen
ton, Pertly Author, Elciningtou. Btdvlilore and other
poinlt, aoe local schedules at all ticket otlices.
Trams arrive :?From Pittsburg. 8:55 and IO:'F>A. M. and
it All I'. M. daily; 10:1.7 A. M. mid 7 PI P. M. daily, cxcetit
Monday. From Washington and Baltimore, tlidJ A. .to.,
4?i3. o: 1 7 niul 10:27 P. M. Sunday, ti -2 i A. M. F'roiu
Philadelphia. .1:1(I, O :20, 8;.7S, 10:1 11 :JO. 11 .4 A M.,
2:I'|, 4 ift, .7:13. 0:111, 7 :411. 844. It30, Ht:'_'7 I'. M. Sun.
d y. 3:10, 6:20. HM, 11 :.74 X M., 7:40, 0 ;20 and 10:27
P. M.
Ticket offices, 320 and 014 Broadway, No. 1 Aator lle-iee
and foot of Llesbros-o, aud I'ortlaudt st?. ; No. 4 Court ?U,
Brooklyn; No?. 114, 118 aiol 118 lludiou at., llobo ken.
Emigrant ticket ofllce, No. 8 Battery place.
FRANK THOMSON, ' H. M. BOYD. Jr..
ilrnrral Manager, tlenernl Passenger Agent.
])UILADBLPBIA VIA LONG BRANCH AND TIIR
New Jersey Southern Railroad. ? l-are from New York
to Philadelphia only $2 23. commencing din miry lu, 1878.
Leaves New York from pier No. 8 North Kiver.lool of ltucioi
t., lor Philadelphia, Tnekerton and Toms Kiver. 11:4.7 P. M. |
from foot of Llborty at., via New Jersey Central to Brandy
port, at 11 A. M., lor Philadelphia. Vitinlaud and Toms River.
IV. ti SNEDKN, ileneral Manager.
1~>R0VlbKNCK AND STUN I NO TON STEAMSHIP CO*
NEW Y<IIIK AND BOSTON.
KKDUTION OF PAKE
between New Vork and Providence to $3.
Between_New York anil Boston lo$t.
MII.M .Miru.X I,I ,\ I.
From nlcr It'l Xortli Hirer, loot of Jay at., the elegant
teaman RIIODK ISU.MI ami NaBRAOAXSKTT dallj
(except Suudayaj. at "? I' M.
providence mnb.
From pier ^2^ N. It., foot of Park place, atcnmalilpa KEEC.
TRA ami OA EATKA daily (except rimlayi), at 4 :d<> P. M.
DK1 GOODS.
4 NV PERSON WISHINO To DISPOSE OF A CAMKI.'S
. \ Imir hIi>?I, black centre, at a ancrillcc, a id rot J. E. 11.,
Station K. Sew York.
OPKJfixi'i <>V FA SI l IONS AT SMITH'S PATTERN
IIAZA ar, PI4 HltOADWAY, between U'HIi and-Hat
eta?Preaent laahlnni and the AM IKNT8 compared
AVgdneadav, Marrh H. Pattern", with cloth niodela, ready.
All the IMPORTED XOVKETIKS
IN*TH 1 t TIO\.
A FORBION LADY DEtfl RKH v HTO BOOM
il morning engagement to teivh llniahln'.- mil ale, afnglua
Fretieli, Herman. KiiglMi nnd Italian. Addrcaa DKi.TA
Herald Uptown llramli office.
\KK.-ri'.CTAHIjE YolJ.Mi liK.NTl.KM AN HI.MIiiS
to iuntruc; in l> 'rnih11. reading aid writing, price moderate;
loot reference. Addrma II. W , toaciior, Herald Lptown
Branch office.
AH . (IKKAT KI'.IM CTION -tiOI.HSMI TH'S HKAIU
fill ryatem of pentnannhip tauirht In len lenaon*. Taraif
Te..nred nearly one half. Apply thi? week, from d lo ij
o aliak, II M K'rat lib it. OLIVKK II. liOhllHSIITH.
nvXKOA.XT WKITJNtl .Wit." IHTLFKAK, HlS BBOAlJ
J J way. cure* Bllffnenn, cramping and trembling in 30 lea
Mia, for 911.
ll'AMIIi vn INHTKl'CTOB IN iMiKBRA AN D
II geometry, one hour daily. Addreia F. H. Si., HeraM
L'plown liranrii office.
II1M IM. ,\? ADK.MI K8.
A ?MA I HE S ? DAKCINO AI! A MKMlKH.-CLAMKf
J\ . now forming. PRIVATE I.KN.H I.NS any hour nt ill
EMI I I til It.
A -*AR*' ACADTny 6VI>~A WMNQ, ii*?BEKEOKKI
J\ . ?t. i*l,a-?e? ojien for begtnnira. vend lor circular.
Keceptinn Tnevday evening.
A I,I,EN DOUWORTIIS Van7:IN<? BC11 HO In,
No. ilS otli avenue,
r or pnrtienlari aend for a circular.
\T ECKNANUOK DA NCI Nil ACADEMY .ViTli NT*
. rorner :id a*. ibank building).? Claim Monday and
'Ihiirwiay evening., Wednesday ami Saturday afteiiinoa*t
clarvo now forming for xnring Bourne; private leioone
i|ie> mlty. Reception Thnrmlny, March 1*. at t? l\ M.
T~UM.ch CARriKK'rt hvniini, tCADKMY,
ill Pliinaloa liiilldin*, Inieracrtion ,Mniir>?iit and 1MB
Ma., open all numtner. I'rivale ieaaoiia in glide and aneeinbly
wallien a apeciaiiy.
BROOKES' DANCI NO AI'AHKMY :"M| BKOOMR 81
All the taaliionahle Danrev In one rnnrve of lennoua.
The Aral leanona ran be taken privately end no extrl
eliarire iioin < laa> pricen.
MIIHffK Kill MAY EVENIXH, MARCH la
/A II KIVEK-y ItliiHiKII N 11A N (' I > I i ACADEMY
' ' 171 Plata at.? Cleate* for begtunera ara now fin iniofj
Mnu fur a circular. ^
lAIAWNlO'if HAM IM. V< AIU.VV. Ijm BKOAI
J 7 way.?rtenenn ticket tor lady or gentlemen, 9*; erer]
iiroiireKemmii for new beginners Claaaes Tuesday am
Sritirciay alirttemi, Tueadav, Wednesday and Safurdaj
e< ening*. Private leesoite, 91. Two or three trentleniet
wante l In a private afternoon d?? of l?die? ami - entlemea
I \I'M Alt's DANCINU ACADEMT, 24 VVF.aT 4TII 8T1/
All dance* taught perfectly per i|narter. Sll faahion.
able dance* prrleclly In si* private leaao-ta. Walt*, glide
and Uonlle glide apeciaHlee.
| ~ UlLiialAHIf*.
VMKItTOAN STAMIAKlVHKVKL HIJ.MAItU TAlil.KH
with Itelaiiry * wire cushions, solely used l? ail chain
ptonshitt mi match peine-; second Itniul Tables at graa
bargains. W. II. i.Ill Kl ITII 4 CO., 4U Veetr it.
/ till. 1.1 Mi' lis ST VMM Kl? AMKKICAX HKVEI
V 1 Billiard Tables, with the celebrated I'belan A Collendet
combination ctteliione, for sale In thie city only at TM Broe>*
way. ____________
OfANIIARO PREMIUM 111 1,1,1 A lll> TARI.KB, XKW
J and second hand. In great varletr, fiirnisiiea wltb the
celebrated corded-edged cushions. fa IfECKhli AUU.
warcrooia* corner Canal and Centre itt
? * ft* -re . . . ^

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