WHOLE NO. 14,458.
DIRECTORY FOR ADVERTISERS.
iMl'SK.VF.NTR?In Park?Mh And Gth cols.
BTBOLOGY? 11th Pagb-6111 cel.
ILLlAllDS? 12th Pags-Oth col.
oardtlw wanted?2|> Pagh-BU. col.
60?Bl)A!LD?l,0Dr,,S0 WANTED?Jo Pack?Otli col.
ROOKLYN BOARll?2r> PAOK-Uth col
ROOKLYN REAL ESTATE FOR HALK-2? pagk-lit
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES-?th PAC?iuSINKSS
NOTICEH_7th PA?K-?.h coL
CIT\ REAL ESTATE FOR SALE?2n Pack-1st col.
ri'oTM i v^iN 9,S Ay,;S M K N?11Tu pAO*?Oth col.
CLOl IIINO?IItu Pack?Ath col.
loaci1 men and oardenkrs-1 1ti? pac*-flth col.
?0al an D WOOD?1 ith i'aoa-Sth col.
TWISK 8TEAM8HIP8-11th PAu*-5th cot
?OlNTKY HOARD?2n Paok-OcIi col.
vaiv i nt *i/Aiir,.iiir,!s-MTH raoi?311 coi.
DENTISTRY?llru P4aK-5tb col.
DWELLING HOUSES TO LET. FURNISHED AND UNfurnished?Si>
Psas-ad and 4tb cots. . ,
EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS?Urn Pack?4th end 5lh e?!s.
EUROPE?1 Itii Pagk?5th col.
FOR RALE-lsr Pack?4tb col. , __
FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
2n Pack?4th nn>l 5th c< In.
rURNITI'RK?11th Pack?rub col.
RENCII ADVERTISEMENTS?1'Jtii PA?K-?th col.
HELP WANTED? FEMALES?12tii PAQB-Stb and Oth
WANTED?HALES?12m Pack-Oth col.
HORSES, CARRIAGES, AC.?1st Faux?2d, 3d and 4th
HOTELS?2d Pack?Oth col. ?
HOUSES, ROOMS. AC., WANTED?2o Pack?Slh col.
INSTRUCTION?1st PACK-flth col.
JERSEY CITY. HOHOKKN. HUDSON CITY AND BERGEN
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE?ilD Pack?l?t col.
LECTURE SEASON?1 Itii Pack?3d col.
LOST AND FOUND?1st Pack? 1st col.
MACHINERY?1st PAUs.-4th col.
MAKItLK MANTELS?2d Pack?Oth col.
MEDICAL?1 Itii Pack?'M coL
MILLINERY AND DRKSSMAK1NO?1 *T Pack?4th col.
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS?IDth Pack?
NEW PUBLICATIONS?'7tii Pack?6th col.
PERSONAL?Ikt Pao*? 1st col.
PIANOFORTES. ORGANS. At!.?In pAOF.-T.tU col.
POST OFFICE NOTICE?lira PAr.K-5tbo#L
PROPERTY OCT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO
RENT?2n Pack?2d col.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE?2d PACK-2d and 3d
REAL ESTATE WANTED?2n PAGE-3d col.
REWARDS?1st Pack?1st col.
SALES AT AUCTION?11th Pack?2d and 3d cole.
SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES?12tu Pack?1st, 2d,
3d, -ltli and 5th col*.
SITUATIONS WANTED?MALES-12TII Pack?Oth col.
SPECIAL NOTICES?1st Pack?lft and 2d coli.
SPORTING?DOOS, BIRDS, At;.?1st I'ACK-2dcot.
STORAGE?1 Itii Pack?5th col.
THE TRADES?12th PACK-flth col.
TO LET FOR BUSINESS PUUPOSP.S?2D Pack?3d col.
TRAVELLERS' GUIDB-IIth Pack-Slh col.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET2h
WANTED TO PURCHASE?Urn Pack?5th col.
WATCHES. JEWELRY. Ac.-11tii Pack-Hth col.
WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OR
TO LET?2d Pack?1st col.
TAC1ITS, STEAMBOATS, Ac.?IOth Pace-OiU col.
A "?IP H. L. B. H. WILL ADDRESS C. S. P.,
A. X. Y., ho will obllgo his host liiend.
A" BRA UTIFUL ICllIl.V. f lTREK MONTHS OLD, FOR
adoption: light complexion; American parentage. Address
Mrs COLES, box 220 Herald office.
J J ROADWAY' CAR. YESTERDAY, HALF-PAST TEN;
) young lady who got oil at Barclay ft. and entered 220
roadway; dark gentleman opposite most anxious to admire
tier. If only once more. Address HONORABLE, box
202 Herald office.
DO NOT~SAY T7TAT VOU ARE FORSAKEN, BUT
write to me and alt will be forgiven. SUNBEAM.
-WILLUE AT THE OUTPLACE. AROUND THE
corner, Friday, not at tlio paper store. W.
EAVF.-TIIANKS FOR 'TIIkTARISIAN DIAMONDS."
I think they aro porfectly beautiful. "CJ0UNTB88."
GEORtTE^EAK HAMMOND.-SHOl LirTHIS MEET
your eyo please apply to the British Consul. New York,
at once, as he lias letters for yon. G. B. II. leftvLondon 2tHh
REENWICTl] CONN.?TRUTHFUL ALEXANDER,
what have you dono with the Smith child ! I deniund
the right to support it. MATT, Elisabeth, N. J.
OSfE-WHERE ARE YOU ! WRITE IMMEDIATELY]
Mrs. catiicart, formerly"'mIss clara~daiTe,
will please state where a letter will roach her. Address
JOE, Herald Uptown Branch office.
ISS J. W. .* SIKOB LAST YEAR. "
Call; have been looking for you! At last year beautiful
eyes met mine Tuosday afternoon in 2<1 ar. Will you
not favor me with address', stating particulars, to ovolu mis
tako ? You know whom. M ARTEL, box 1S5 Herald office"t
R PRATT?YOU It ADDRESS HAS BEEN LOUT;
the tonguo should be arched, as yon describe, in singing
a high note. Miss K.
OUTU FERRY STAOB, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON.?
Beautifultall, fair lady in black ; blonde gentleman who
uaadetl over fhre for twoladiev, got oat with friend near
Stewart's and to wboui she looked back, solicit* acquaintance.
Pleesc addres*. dialing appointment, RED HEARD,
Herald Uptown Branch office.
The dummy, from Brooklyn, who left his
watch at 325 Water ?t., will please oall for it uud pey
ILL THE YOUNO LADY WHO RECOGNIZED
M gentleman on Fulton ferry boat crooning to New York
yrhon in stage, this day (Wednesday), be kind enough to
grant an interview by addressing J. E. It., lleraM office.
D~AV. CAE. WEDNESDAY. ? A. M , YOI'NU LAFY
with blue Toll.?'l wo gentlemen, speaking foreign language
and sat one on each aide of you, the one on vuur left
LOUT AND FOIND.
IOPT-AT MACY'S, ON TUESDAY AFTERNOOM, A
J child'i chinchilla Ho*. The finder will he rewarded by
returning same to Dr. IIVBBKLL, 41 South Washington
OST OR STOLEN?RANK ROOK NO ; 0,741 WITH
the Broadway Savings Institntlon. The finder will bo
rewarded by leaving it at the bank.
L~ OST?ON SATURDAY MORNING, A AXAUi. LIGHT
colored Sky* Terrier Dog; answers to the name of Rata;
slight defect in one eye: l|Hn o'd; F2o reward will he
given for his return to 105 West 1ftat St.
OST?ON THE EVENING OF THE 2IST, COM1NO
from tlie Park Theatre, an Opvra (Has*. The Ruder
Will confer a favor by returning the same to 1 It) West 41th St.
IOST-FKOM A BBOOCU, TWO LARUE DIAMONDS,
J in settings to show no gold, on the evening of Tneadny,
March 21. at or in going to or from the Union League Theatre.
A liberal reward for their return brill be paid by
TIKFANY A CO., Union square.
IOST-ON TTIURSDAY AFTBBNOON, A BLACK AND
J tan Dog eith lone ears; ied ribbon around his neck.
VID will he paid to anyone returning hint to stable, 141)
Went 38th st.
I OPT ON TI1U 14TI1 INST., A LARUE WHITE
J Suits, answering to the name of ''Lulu.'.' A liberal
reward will be paid for his return to No. 12 v est 24th St.
LOHT-ON 31 ST ST. OK 5TII AV.. BETWEEN (IRANI)
Hotel and Ia>rd A Taylor's, a gold hunting case stem
winding Watch, with heavy gold Chain and Anchor; both
chain and wateh richly chased; makers, Patek. I'tilllppi- A
Co., Ocn-va: Initials. T. B K , chased on the nntside of
case Return to office Grand Hotel. Broadway and 31st at.
SOHT-A SOLITAIRE DIAMOND RAKRINO, BEJ
Iween Lord A Taylor's an:l l-ili st. Tlic finder will be
isrally rewarded by calling at 113 East 12th at
Lo^t-a valuable locket. at ar.nold. con"table
A Co.'s or Lord A Taylor's etnra, or between the
two pin'?a. The Under will be suitably rewarded by leaving
it with Mr*. JOS1K I'KCKII AM, 338 West 23d at.
AfT REWARD?FOR RETURN OF A BLACK AND
tP> ) white apotted carriage Dog to 175 Ludlow at., saloon.
AC KKWAKD.?LOST. ON THE RvlxiNU OK TDK
apt) -'"til, a Hold Locket, with letters II. and S. on back.
Return to I*. VOLCKMANX, No. 2 Cottlandt at.
Al /\ REWARD?AND NO QITB8TIONS ASKED. FOR
5*1U return of Orercoat taken front room 18. 84 Nassau
t , on Wednesday, with papers.
d>|a REWARD-FOR SCOTCH SKYE TERRIER,
JT1U loat Tueaday evening near 15th at. ; scarlet ribbon
with three brass bells on nsea ; name, "Spider." Return to
130 West 13th St., nra Uthjiv_
Airt REWARD.?lo^t. WEDNESDAY afternoon.
rflLU March 3".', between 42d it. and New York I'sirtc
altr. a blii' k Camao Ring, with white head, representing
"Achillea " Aho?a reward paid il returned to J. K.
roWELL, '2(14 West 48.1 si.
A tilt REWARD-LOST, ON MARCH 33, OOlMO
SP^l! lr?m 3"th St., between 8th hod 9th avs.. to Eighth
avenue car, to Twenty-third atrretcar, o?er ferrr to Jersey
City, nod by ear to Nyack. a Medallion, set with rnbies and
email diamonds. Return to 354 tYest 3Mtb >t. and receive
a<>m reward will be paid for the retckn
ipsjll of the two Coats and PocLeibook. with papers,
tiden Irom 31i? Broadway, on Wednesday, I". M.
$C(l REWARD-LOST OB STOLEN FROM OCR
tJ\J office, a Portfolio, containing note#, acceptances
and other papers of no use to itnyone but the owners; the
Mkive reward will he paid to anv person retarning the saiue
and no questions asked. A. A I KAI KMA.aN. 3I)U Broad??y.
a,-it reward-fob any information lead
?P*-eY/ log to tbo return of a Klostlng Bath, which drifted
tioui tirvenpoint, L. I., on I7rh mat.
A. BHAt'N, 0R3 8th av.. New York.
WILL BE PAID COR THE RlWCRN
of gold hnntlng ca?^ Watch No. 1 324 Tiffany A
Co. makers, with monogram A. 8 . 1873. lost March 19, and
o questions asked. Address bos 4,708 Post office.
A ? ISA A H HOTCE. 287 B RO A T) Ws vT '? w iiT'
/V. IMvorcM obtaiuad promptly. without miWltT- d'eier?,?n.
Imompatibtllty, habitual (fruokennaw/inBli/iitr fnfcnman
treatment, conviction of Many raaaport* obtained.
A -royal HAVANA LOTTERY.
Neat drawing Aprtl 4.
I I'rlie ol Spanlnh dollar* trnrvri
1 Prlre or' Kpantafe dollar* "" n.',,n
3 Prima ol, each, Hpanlth dollar* nim
1 prua of r>paui*k dollars " li.'fmi
_ and 004 other Prl?e?. '
I Extraordinary Havana Lrrawfoc.
?no Million 9n*ritah dollars.
?rawing April 34,
Herman Uorrmnvni Ldlarlaa
I'ail explanatory cliculara Irdb, *
Port office box o,3?b 11U Aaaaau !.. >*w York.
A'hL COMPLAINTS, WIIATEVEK-THK CAUSE. RE luirlng
medical or aurKical treatment, cured by 11 D.
( KINOLK, M. U.. Physician and Surgeon, 142 Wnt 48th at.
TTKKTIOK 1?TWENTY YEARS PRUSSIAN liOflPL
tnl experience; diseases or men a specialty; private
office, 101 Bleecker at. DR. JAC'OHY.
A?KKNTUC KY STATE LOTTERIES Or J. 8
. SMITH A CO.
RKSTOCKT, XXTBA CUU 343?rOR 187a
42, 20, 24. 20, 47, 23, 51, 88, 15, 58, 14, 10, 17, 10.
rkktucrt, Cl ass 340?POK 187G.
43. 7, 17. 18, 28, 04, 22. 37. .??, 51, 58, 50, 71. a
All orders addreea B. NATHAN, box 4,870 Post office.
New York city,
?PARKS. EMERSON k CO. "
Kentucky State Lotteries, drawn dally
Royal Havana Lottery, drawn every 17 davs
Kentucky Single Number Lottvrv, drawu .Narci 35, 187a
180 Broadway. Pott otice box 0,272 New York.
/Tocos 12 A ff ON ASSOC (ati ON ? LUM BE1M NCI,
A' farming, fisheries; magnificent tract; location unsurpassed;
splendid climate; tnnuer value far exceeds cost;
co-operation Invited; exceptional advantages offered.
Brokers, notice. Address NOHTU CAROLINA, box 190
Diseases okme>T a specialty!
HENRY A. DANIELS, M. D.. 141 Lexington av.,uenr
29th st Office hours from 8 to X
[VX TR A t) Ft 111N A R Y HAVANA LOTTERY. ?(!RAND
'J prises, $l,00ti,000, $500,000, $100,000, Ac. ; wholesale
null retail. Send for circulars. K. SONNENHERO, box
1,185 Host office. New llttveu, Conn.
Extraordinary iiavana lottery.
One million Spanish dollars.
Half a million Spanish dollars.
(lortuan Oovcrntnent Lotteries.
WACHSMANN A CO., Bankers,
box 3,31 i Post officp. 75 and 77 Nassau st.
IBRKSCO PAINTERS' SOOIETY.?MEETING EVERY
' Saturdav eveninir. at 8 o'clock, 200 3d av., Gerinania
Hall. C. SCHULEK, Corresponding Secretary.
^ Mt A.N D DRAW lNO~OE THE K EN'T U clt Y STATE
Lottery at Covington, Ky.,
March 23, 1378. ?
1 prise of $50,000 is $30,000
1 prlso of $20,000 it 20,000
1 prise of $10,000 is ln.OOO
1 prises of $5,000 are 20,000
10prizes of $2,5oO are 25,(O)
50 prises of $l,(*iO are 80,000
50 prizes of $5< * I aro .Jf.. 25,000
5" prison of $230 aro 12,500
200 prizes of $100 aro 20,000
4 pines or pj.'XXl, approximating to $>o,uoo prize, nre
. 4 prizes of $1,375, approximating to $20,000 prise, are
4 prixei of $1,000, approximating to $10,000 prize, are
5,000 prizes of $10 are $50,000.
Prizes paid in full.
Tickets $10. Shares in proportion
Address nil orders to
SIMMONS, DICKINSON A CO.,
Covington or Louisville, Ky.
OLD AND SILVER AND AN Till IN G CONTAINhN'G
Ij fluid bought at market prico. Polishing gilders' tings,
Ac., burned and raeltod by Ketiner SOH AW EL, 25 John st.
Ct ?o ff f c i a iTdra whs (Tkk^tuc kt state lot".
Xt terles.?SIMMONS, DICKINSON A CO.. Managers.
KENTUCKY?EXTRA CLASS NO. 237?MAKCU 22, 1S7B.
17, 23, ??. 3, 7, 21, 20, 00. 43, 62 27.
KKNTUCKV? CLASS NO. 238?MARCH 23. 1870.
14. 77. 2. 43. 42, 4, 55, 20. 31, S?, 74, 25 34.
HENBT?KXTllA CLANS NO. 137?MARCU 22, 187(1.
59, 58, 25, 73, 82, 36, 45. 46, 49. 37. I.
IIKXRT ?CLASS NO. 138?MARCH 22. 1870.
36. 49, 32. 53. 28. 15, 5.'. 17, 53, 35, 48, 7t 22.
Full informatiun by applying to or addressing J. OLUTB,
200 Broadway. or box 4,960 Post office.
C< ? KKntlCKY state si.NOLK NUMBER.
1, Oruml Distribatlon
on the Llarana Plan.
_ SIMMONS. DICKINSON, A CO., Managers.
$300,000 In Prises.
Whole Tickets, $10.
To be drawn M arch 25.
All Prises paid in fhll without deduction.
Royal Havana of Cuba draws April 2.
Address J. CLUTE, 200 Broadway, or box 4,969 Post
Havana lotteuy-nexFIjrawing apkil ith.
38,001) tickets. 939 prises, amounting to $>70 000.
Capital prize, $100 000. For particulars address B. MARTINEZ
A CO.. Bankers, 10 Wall St., basement.
Bex 4,682, Post office.
K""-Kentucky state single ncmbf.r. "
on the Havana plan.
SIMMONS, DICKINSON A CO.. Managers.
$300,000 cash gilts.
Whole tickets, $10.
All prizes paid in full, without deduction.
Tobe drawn March 25.
Rural Havana of Cuba draws Aprn4."*^
Address l'AKKH, EMERSON A CO.,
180 Broadway, or box 5,272 Post office.
?CHRONIC CATARRH, DKAPNKSK; IM PROVED
metbodj instantaneous relief; permanent cures.
Dr. STODDARD. No. 8 West 14th tW
vronciTi notic ki not Foe i-orkat labor
1.1 meeting at Coopor Union postponed till Friday. 24th,
H P. M. All Interested in the causa of labor will attend.
Show yon have rights and mean to assert them. By order of
/\ispici ? r.
fsr TUK COURT or COMXIMIOSKR* )
or Alabama Claims, Washington, D. 0., March 7, 1670. )
The attention of claimants and their attorneys la called to
the following act of Congress and special rule of this Court.
JOHN DAVIS, Clerk.
An Act to extend tho time for claimants, nnder section
eleven of chapter fonr hundred and fifty-nine of the Laws
of the Forty-third Congress, to prove their claims.
Be It enacted by the Senate and House of ilepiesentatlvei
of the United States of America in Congress assembled,
that It shall be the duty of the Court of Commissioners for
the Alabama Claims to receive, examine nnd pass upon all
claims that mny be admissible under the provisions of chapter
four hundred uiid fifty-nine ol the laws of the Kortythird
Congress which inay he presented and filed within
three months alter this act shall take elTeet: provided, that
it shall appear by the claimant's petition, and be proved to
the satisfaction of the Court, that, by reason of Ills abaence
from tha United States or his ignorance of the time limited
for the filing of a petition by such claimant, or by reasou of
fraud, accident or mistake, the claim of snrli claimant has
not been preciously presented to said Court within the time
limited by said art; ami aueh claim. In cases where tbs
claimant shall be abscnl from tlie Culled States at the time
of presenting the petition, may be presented anil verified in
inch manner as the Court shall by rule have provided.
Approved?March 0, 18711.
' SPECIAL RCI.E.
In the case ot any claimant who may desire to present a
claim under the provisions of nn act entitled "An act to extend
the time for claimants, under section eleven of chanter
fonr hundred and fifty nine of the Laws of the Forty third
Congress, to prove their claims " approved March 8, 1K78,
ami who may be absrpt from the United Stutc.s at tbo time
of the making or of presenting Ills,petition, snch petition
mil he presented and verified by the attorney-in-fact of
such claimant, or by any agent specially authorised thereto,
or by any person acting as agent or next friend; hot in
every ca-e of a petition filed without precedent authority
specifically given, the Court will require subsequent rutin
cation ot such petition or claim by the claimant. Such
agency or rntifloatl n shall, in evary case, be duly established
by proof to the satisfaction of the Court.
PICKS OK HEMORRHOIDS PERMANENTLY
eradicated in two to four weeks; painlass treatment;
no knife, ligatnrrs, caustics or cautery employed; permanent
cures and positively no charge for treatment until
cured. I?r. STODDARD; only office. No. H We t 14th ?l.
PILES. I ILKS.-ICP.MnRRIIOIDSOR PILES PER
raanently eradicated in two to lour werka without tlgatores,
caustic. Ac., consequently without pain; perfect euro
guaranteed in every instance, and not one cent charged until
effected Dr HOYT.il Wot "tib ?.
P?PILES?DH STODDARD'S NEW IPAINLESS
. hypodermic treatment cures every case. No. 8 West
I4lh at.. New York.
jjOTAL HAVANA LOTTERY.
( rand Extraordinary Drawlntr.
Aprit 24, 1H70.
One Million Dollar*.
Only 15.000 ticket*; H71 priac*, amounting te ?2,210,<XX\
Circulars, with full explanation* mid history. free
ti. MARTINEZ A CO., Hrnike.ru,
10 Wall at., bssemunt.
Pnal ofllee bo* 4.<W.
Highest rat?i pal.l for Havana bank Mill and Spanish irold.
Hl'Prt KK OUKKD ilY DIL MARSff (PRINCIPAL Of
I air Manli A Co.) al bit ol8 offlpe. No. 2 Vaaoy at., Astor,
House. Nn uptown branch.
CKCOND LOUISIANA HOLD DTSTIU lirriOX.
ij At New Orleans, April 'M, 1*70.
Capital Prize. 9100,0001
3.5BO Prize*. amounting to fTail.S'JO.
All paid in Hold. ,
Only 2U.OCO Ticket*. at f.Vi aaeb. currency.
Tcntlia and Twentieth* In proportion,
for InforntHtlon, circulars. Ac., aitdres* or apply to
No postponement* WILLIAMSON A CO.. Broker*.
Boa tl.O-'O Poet olllca. HI7 Broadway, corner Ttimiiui at.
St err k rino.?i"nTtbd STATUS STAMMKHINO IX
litute (DR. WIIITK),4I7 4th a*, dm rily rrbretre;
no pay nntll perfectly cared. Colt or tend for circular.
TAMAK ISDIKN-A LAX ATI VK PRIIT LOXKNUK,
af rceai.le to take : aneclllc remedy for constipation and
Inconsequence*. P. (JRILLON, 27 line Ranihntcau, Pari*.
Depot. CAS WELL. HAZARD A 00.. New York.
S >00 000 IN'AS" l)ISTK,BLTEt'
Kentucky State dlatrlbution.
Draws Sattinlav, March 25.
1 of RS'.'OO, 1 of 9IO.OOO
a,:>7H other* front flO.OUO to 9100.
Prim pnid In full.
Tlckell, 910; Halves, 9.1 Quarter*, $2 50.
THOMAS H. HAYS A CO.
Oil * I II I I II I I I ?~V.Uy* .Hy r. M ? | 1 U.
(BuUuiuUU. ont rlfk, no blenki; next drawlnji Anri)
9. L'ircalnni mulled fret. AJ.LKX A I'O,
79 Xecxau it., New York.
NPORTIYM-DOCIS, HI K ON, *C .
A~*~ITniR SALE-ALL KINUH OK EANCY IXMIH, |
Rirrii, Ar ; Medicine* for all dl-ee-ex; I'repereil Food
tor mocking blrdx, ?t B. 0. UOVEY S, K?. 3 Greene it.,
HORHES, < IRKIAGBI, ?C'.
A""'-Koft HU.E-SF.VKV IfORSKH. Ht'lTABLB Kill
fkrntcr or any bii?lnr.?, tlm' properly of widow, end
?u?t be .old, itj bouLh jih et.. moot HleeoAAX lb
YORK, THURSDAY, MAI
HORSES^ CARRIAGES, tfcC. j
ATTENTION 18 CALLED TO THE AUCTION SALE
of the well known Trotting Horses, elegant Wagons,
Harness, Blankets. Kobe*. Ac., the property of
WM T. DAKLl.NU. ESQ., TO TAKE PLACE
at bis private stable No. fi West l.">tl> St.,
ONE DOOll WEST OF 3TII AV..
THIS DAY (THURSDAY). MARCH 23. AT
vr svvv A'crnrc i*i>,,ui*t
Speed. Speed. Speed.
Including tbe fast end eery handsome gray fielding Ro>dmatter:
he it l."i\ hands high, rt ye*r? nld, end was sired by
General Knox, dam gray mare Fleetwing; he ii nowurfully
built and gaited; can pull e rood wagon at all times on
track or road in 2 :35 or better; is pure, level and steady
galled ; no hltcher. but a level and straight trotter, end is
warranted sound and kind.
The fast end high bred Kentucky Mare. 15)* hands high,
S years old; was bred in Kentucky and sired by Yellow
Jacket, the site of Thomas L Young; sho bos a prompt,
strong and handsome gait: resolute, prompt and easy driver;
can trot in 'J :J 1 or 2; will trot in 2 :25 this season; she Is
warranted sound and kind.
Fast and handsome Trotting fielding, Bav Dick, 15'i
hands high, 7 years old; was sired by Volunteer, dam by
Dutchess County Hosbaw;was raised by Major Tin rn'mi,
of Orange county ; he has a tine and handsome bead, long
arched neck. due. sound levt, and trotted, when 4 years old,
in 2:48; wss purchased last sprfcg by present owner, anil
was driven last tall (a private trial on Fleetwood I'ark track),
with no preparation whatever exceptlug road driving, a
mile in 2 :3tJ, and repeated in 2 :37!.?: he was then matched
to trot Colonel Met all's horse lor $2,000, and received forfeit,
which leaves him without record; he is the most promising
young horse to l e found lor sale in this city, and if
properly handled this spring will trot well down In the
twenties; he is a flue, free and prompt driver, is freo from
vice or trick ; he neither pulls, lugs nor frets when in company,
and as stylish in harness as any trotter living; he has
great endurance; Is an kxcellnt pole horse anil his extra
speed and pedigree combined make hint a valuable hurso for
track purposes, and be has no superior lor gentleman's
roadster; lie Is warranted sound and kind, nnd must he seen
to he appreciated.
Fast and Due nay Trotting Marc, Bcsaio P., 151,' hands
high, 7 years old; was siren by Billy Denton, dam by Pilot
Temple, Jr.; was raised by Mr. Taylor on his stock farm, in
Orange county ; is a perfect and genuine trotter; slip can
show better than 2 : '*> on track; is stylish and hloodlike;
has a splendid set of limbs and feet, with full mauc ami tail;
sho is well broken to all harness, and in all respects a first
class trotting mare; she is warranted s< mid and Bind.
Also the fast and well knuwu black fielding Kingston Boy;
he is lob, hands high, 8 voars old, as tine a driver as lives ;
can go tlie track and trot a mile in 2:4 or can pace a tnllo
In 2:25 or hotter; owner has never used bonis on him on
road, as he liked bis pacing gait; he is an all day horso and
if pat in trim and booted can, no donbt, trot as fast as he
can pace; he is warranted sound and kind.
Also 1 fall spring top Wagon, I side bar Head Wagon, 1
pony Phaeton, single and double Harness, Blankets, Robes,
STOCK SOW OS EXniBITIOS ASD TRIAD AT
STABLE Ad ABOVE. SALE POSITIVE, RAIN OU
AT PRIVATE SACK
LANDAU, by J. II BREWSTER A CO.. of 25tli st.
MAIL or roll ltd EAT P11 AKToS, with shining top, used
only four times, by J. B. BREWSTER A CO., or 2.?tli st.
CI.AkKNUE, ill good order, by J. D. BREWSTER A CO., of
TCAItT, nearly new, by J. B. RRF.WSTER A CO., of 25th ?t.
TOP WHITECIIAPKL BODY WAfiON, by BRADLEY,
PRAY A CO.
EXTENSION TOP PHAETON, by BRADLEY A CO.
LAXDAULKTTE, by J. B. BREWSTER A CO., of 25th St.;
pole and shafts.
Col'PP., used only four times, by BRADLEY A CO., with
pole and shafts.
POLK-SKAT PARK PH AETON, by MISER A STEVES.'5.
BAROUCHE, nearly new, by BKEWdTKK A CO.. of
COL'PN ROCK A WAV, pole and shafts, by MINER A STEVENS.
MX SI AT ROCKAWAY. by BREWSTER A CO., of
top wagons, brlswstkr, stivers, dusksbury,
TOP W AGON, pole and shafts, by DUSENBCRY A NELSON.
LANIMULETTE. Dole and shafts, by MINER A STEVENS.
GLASS QUARTER COACH, ny ADAMS.
Depot Wagons, Rockaways, Top ami No-top Pony Phaetons,
lop and No-top Wagons. In great variety.
VAN TAS3KLL A KEARNEY,
111) and 112 East 13tb st.
REGULAR SALE ol HORSES, CARRIAGES. HARNESS,
At!.. TO MORROW (FRIDAY), at 10 O'CLOCK, in
which there will be .0 HEAD of VERY FINE FAMILY
HORSES, suitable for FAMILY' and BUSINESS use Also
CLARENCES. TOP and NO TOP WAGONS, DEPOT
WAGON'S and ROCKAWAY'S, Ac., Ac. Full description In
A ?MAJOR fi ll AS. W.~BARKKR, AUCTIONEER.
1V. THE SECOND extraordinary sale of fashionahlv bred
Trotting stock, bred by HON. A. P. CONGER, or tlio Waldberg
stud, llavdrxtraw, N. Y., will take place el BARKER
A SON'S City Auction Mart and New York Tattersalla, corner
of Broadway and 39th at . on WEDNESDAY, March 29,
at U o'clock, end comprise TWENTY SIX HEAD of Stalllona.
Stallion Colts. Brood Mares and I'lllies.
AMONG TI1K Millions arc Magnet 12:301. by Consternation
; Kni|>eror (2:32), by Toronto Chief. Among the stallion
coits are Viceroy b? Dextrous; Dare Devil, by Mad
Anthony, and Prince of VI uldberg. by Solitaire (?on of Rysdyck's
Hatnbletonian), out of Prluceua, by Logan (son of
l'ysdrk's llainblctimian), granddgni the world famous trottine
THE IIROOD mares to be offered Include the get of Blackwood
Hero, Imported Tom Crib, Rysdyk's Uambletonlan,
Major Low, Ac., and ar* all In foal to Solitaire, Wild Irishman.
Major Low, Jr., and others.
THE rllLIEs Include tho get or Nitrogen Bedford
PJiitt), Wild Irishman, Dextrous. Manfred, Joe Hooker,
Mad Anthony. Ac., and aru descendants of such celebrated
inures aa 80NTAG, SOLBRETTE. Ac., Ac.
STOCK WILL arrive at the mart to-morrow for exhibition
up to sale Catalogues now ready at tba Spirit and Turf
offices and at the mart. Sale positive and without reserve.
No postponement on account of weather.
CCTtON HOUSE OK ARCH. JOMN8TON?
If) to 25 13th St.,
near University place.
5 SALES of HORSES and CARRIAGES are held every
f, Tuesday and Friday, at 10 o'clock.
? On every horse that is WARRANTED SOUND from
S 24 hours to a days for trial.
2 The OLDEST ESTABLISHED and most reliable hoot*
in the elty.
GENTLEMEN HAVING HORSES or Carriages to
rj sell, or those wishing to buy, can rely upon tho same
X strictly honorable donltng which has always character r
Isrd our house snd won the confidence and respect ol the
PULL AND~COMPLKTK ASSORTMENT OF THE
the standard for style snd quality,
now ready for inspection at our factory and wareroomt.
Broadway and 47th St.,
5th av. and 14th st.
Special attention Is caUed to our improvement In side-bar
Wagons, which enables us to nlfor tbe lightest, safest and
best riding wagon ever produced.
BKEWHTKR A CO., or Broome St.
A~ roii jgitnston. auctioneer.
Olhco, IB to 25 IStb at., ucar Untveraity place. Atten
tlon is called to sale of Horses, Carts, Trucks, Harness, Coal
Yard, Lease, Ac . this day. at lO.'i o'clock, at yard foot of
37tb at.. East River. Particulars under Sales st Auction.
WILLIAM KING, Assignee.
?BAY TEAM~0E CARRIAGE HOU8E8, Id HANDS?
. sound ood gentle, $050. inquire at 233 Schermcrhorn
A?NEW AND SECOND" HAND CARRIAGES, CON.
slating of Coaches, Clarences. Coupes, Landaus, Laudaulets
Broughams, Brctts, Victorias, extension top Park,
l'ony and Basket Phaetons, top Rond, express, depot
Wagons, Coupe, d-seat light ltockaways and Itretts. Harness.
Blankets. Ac., at a very low price. WILLIAM H.
(i KA V, Empire City Repinilnrr. 20 and 22 Wooster ?t.
A"| ?FOR SALE CHEA^ TWO HORSEH] 6 AND 8
year* old; lit for butcher, grocery or exprea* wagon,
and warranted sound : also.'a top Pony(I'hieton and a set of
fine Harness, nearly new. Inquire at 332 Kaet GOtii at.,
near lit ??.
?MUST K KSOL IT TO SATISFY A CLAIM, TWO
. beautiful Phaetons, una fall spring top Wagon. one
aide bar top Wagon ; la Lot style; all nearly new; made by
the best city makers; two sets tine Harness. Private stable
37 East 33d li, corner of 4th sr.
1 HAY UoksK, Id HANDS, 8 YEARSTFOR SALE
jl cheap. 070 iith av.
"i ?for Talk, nvn ho Its Kit; kit for any
A< kind ol business; one large Truck ; Horse I6jt bands
high. Apply at 40 Wooster >t.
AM DO(i CART, ALMOST NEW. *21)1 iTwTTkTII $3."-); ONE
Dow Depot Wagon. t!73; worth >230; two full spring
top Wagons, In good order, at til'ILFOYLK'S, 50th at., betweeu
Broadway and 8th uv.
\M ?ONE CLARENCE, ONE COUPE, ONE VICTORIA
. and one Park I'liacton, all nearly new ; used by n private
family going to Europe To be teen at M. CURLKi'S,
108, ill and 113 Kaet 13tn St., near 4th av.
A~" N IRON CRAY TRUCK IIORBET ALSO A BAY
Morse, young and sound; suitable for express, farmer
or grocer, >83, fl 10; also Truck aud Harness. 112 lleury tl.
?FOR SALE. A BEAUTIFUL BAT HOR8E, 7
.a years old, loks hands; warranted sound and kind;
been ridden and driven by a lady; also a Handsome Pony
Phaeton and Harness; all for fc'asi,or would sell separate, at
private stable. No ill Kavt _".?tti st
AM VERY 8TYLMII BROWN COl'PK OR CAKRUOE
Horse, ltl hands. 7 years; without a fault, warranted
sound and kind, great bargain. Xo. 3 West 13tli at.
AM OKNTLKMAX. LEAVINO THE CITV, WILL SELL
his fast Trotting Horse, Little Dan. 0 years old, I5,1,
bonds; warranted sound and kind; can trot fust; la a One
drirer ; also top Wagon, Harness, Ac.; separately and low.
At stable first door east of L'nlversttv place In 12th at.
BPLKNDID BAY ~HOK.SK, 7 YEARS, MANOR;
trots a mile in 3 minutes; finest cmipo hurse ill this
rltr; can be bought for Ith. 120 Kast Broadway.
A~~i" hakoalv-fir'sT per mon i hT-a choice op
two handsome Conpes, Horse, with man Itrertea; all
complete, and in fine order. Inquire at Knickerbocker
stal.ies. No. 221 West 33d ?t.
Am -spued and style combined-property
. of a private gentleman whose health will not permit
bin to ride?Tlie handsome d.tpplo gray Abdallali Mare
"Angallue," I3U ban.Is. 7 yaars old; warranted sound and
kind, and to pull two to top wagou bettor than 2:50; also
shifting ten side bar Wagon, set single rubber ntonnled Harness.
Lap Robe, Whip, Sweat and Stable Blankets; all nearly
i,a? .inH mil*! lis* ss.,lfl tIHa ur??b af anv *< > In,,..!..
*i liflle* of Ara?nal ."table*. iJAth ??., near Broadway, for Mr.
* MAI rivn, AMI PElU'LtT KKNri i kF"bkkd
J V Aaddln Bart tor talt; br Aneroid, (Urn a Revenue
Diart; color, aorrel i 1a Itanda Itiph, d irars old and warranted
otiad. In'|inr? ot proprietor ol Araanal ."tablet. .'15tli
at., n?ar llnmiliraj.
\H ?I'OR sVTiT Fot'R HORSKS. KITKOR KAItv"
M ln?. trnekln*. aroccry or enteral n?e. at half ralna:
trial allowed. 101 Hullivnn et., between Hotiaton and
/tAKKKKY "IlkSEh-XKCKB ri AFRO FOR THEIR
V. Iiphtnaar and durability, considered by tnrflnm to bo
tlin moat rallablr made; all woijtlila In atuck and built to
ord*r: prior $U5. Addrrta OH A KI.Kri M. CAPKKRY,
Catndan. .V. J. (oppoaite Philadelphia.)
7ioi7FB. sTKMTCHKhTKE AND UOIIT rockawayr,
one or two Hnreaa, I'ark and Pony Pliaotnna, Kiitrici,
at raanalat-ttirera' prlcee, J. t'OLYEK A CO., Builder*,
C~?A KKIAOKf?-Al.r, KIN DA, M Y tlWN MAKK; BCQ.
J (Ira. Phaeton*, Kockawayt, K*pre?*a?, at raentifartur,
era'pricaa OKb BR, 300 Canal at.
/YaKKIAUK RKPA?Rfx7l,?wk UPPER UNURCAL,
facilities for pood aad prompt work in our repair tiepertinent;
ratitnatra made. IlkKWSfKR A CO. (ol Broome
at.) I factory, Broadway and 47tb at.; warerooma, Jtlt ae.
and 14tb at
IpXt'KI.IaKNT HTABHK AND COACH hol'SK. WITH
J dwelling part for roaohtnan, to l?|: room for fcaur boraaa;
modern Improvements Apply to 8. P. JAYNK, MH Weit
LaFnr FIlITTprinu top wagon?gentleman
H a_.e M. a Wnt im ^
ifcH 2a 1876.?TRIPLE SI
HORSEg, CARRl AGKS, AV.
IfOU J-ALK ?AT riUVATK .sTAULK. I.VJ WF.S1 J4HI
it . a very valuable road Horse, U-iln buy. l.? liuud*
hljh, X years old; In* dam wai a thoroughbred tn a re and
lire General Kuux; lie but trotted u full mile In il iV, and
half mile in I 17; worth 91 .IS*); will be void fur $000.
JjlOK SALE?A FIRST CLASS OOl'PB KOCKAWAV.
J? in good order; also city built top Waeon ; will be sold
low for wjiut of no*, Can be eeen ?l 21 3d st.. near 2il ?v.
X40R RALE?A SIXHEATKD 1'IIAETON 1IX 1MRST
r rule order. Can be seen at Central Stables, 1.40O
OR SALE?A BAMY OARBIACiK, IN USK A 8110ItT
time. Inquire at 248 Weil Both at.
For 8Aiji-"a pair or soinh. stylish bat
hnraei. Hi U hands; gentle, but spirited and free drivers.
To be seen at stable, Broadway, corner 38tl? at
FOR BALE?A HANDSOME COUPE. HORSE AND
Harness. Apply, after three o'clock, at private stable,
2.4 West 22d St.
OR $ALK-MCST SELL THREE IIORSKS. LV-i
hands', suit truck ; farmer; also two Canadian Ponies, 14
hands; suit any lisrtit business; warranted. 112 Bwrrow st.
tanos bau?-f*io4 n?i cost ersoo, clarence,
almost new, at a sacrifice, built by Brewster, Broome
st. Inquire, for ouly ono dav, at 222~Eaat 14th St., near
FHIR SALE?OKAY M\TtiTSTEAKS OL1L ir>S IIIOII;
heavy built; suitable for grocer. butcher or express;
warranted sound aud kind. 381 Washington st. Sold tor
want of use.
OR SALE?HAROUCHK. C 81'RIXO; SUIT COPXtry;
a bargain; Wagoiiuet, Brewster make, platlorm
spring; a I.awreuce sldo.bar Wagon. 157 East 32d St. Notice?Steal
Tires, $12 par set.
Horses wrrri it: ratchks?"talcotts curk"
ucvcr fails Large bottlos, ft 2.4; small, 50e. Try it.
KIDDER. 83 John st.
VTEW AND LARUE STOC K OP
A. & F. LANDRAl'
373 at.d .174 Broome St., old stand Brewster A C
ROI'KRIY OF A HANKKll'T HUM HORSES.
Truck, Coal Carts, tingle and heavy Harness, cheap.
No. 140 West 17th St. *
SIDE B.VK TOP WAGON. NKAHI.Y NEW; GREAT
sacrMre; $180. BOYNTON. 2S7 Hth hv., near-Jlth it.
STABLE TO LET?PHIVATE STAHI.E NO 111 Wl'.ST
44lh St.. near 5tb *?., containing eight stalls (two box),
separate feed bins and harness rooms nnd abundant carriage
room; suitable for one or more tenants, Apply to W. 8.
MELDKl'M, 132 Church st.
TO MICHAEL OAVIN OR WHOM IT MAY CON
cern.?The undersigned will sell at public auction, at the
Auction Mart of YAN TA8SKI.L A KEARNEY, 110 and
112 East lMtli St., on Friday, March 24. at 101 < o'clock, one
bay Mare, Wagon and Harness, to pity chargos and keen.
SAMUEL SHERWOOD, 130 East 41st st.
TO LET?PRIVATE STABLE NO. 208 EAST 20TII ST.
Inquire at stable.
TWO SOUND YOCNO HOUSES, $33. $175 EACH; SUIT
any business; lop express Wagon. No. 243 West 15th el
WANTBD-A GOOD SADDLE HORSE, BAY OR
tf chestnut preferred, that will go In haruets. Address
8. E. O., Herald office.
A TRAINED DONKEY
(or Hutuptv Damply.
Apply to ROBERT ERASER,
Olympic Theatre. New Vork.
Wanted-one our, good milker, address.
with full particulars, WHALEY. Yoaken, N. Y.
(Jjl/I r EACH, WORTH $25o.?KITE BEAUTIFUL
5>I_T:?t new top Express Wagons'; must sell. No. 124
West lthh st.
MILLIYERY AXL> ORE ggMAKlKO.
AT E. MATHERS A CO., *!>1 BROADWAY, NEAR
ltNIi st., will have their opening of n choice and ele
gint selection of French Bonnets and English walking Hats
on Wednesday and Thursday, March 22 anil 23.
tTiTw. BABSFjpRD'b. Tt*T BROADWAY?OPENING
of spring importations of Paris Flowers; milliners Invited
to ins|iect the novelties; discount allowed to the
trade; tiro Cutis Uut can be seen. O. W. BAS.HFORD, 741
?MARIE TILLMANN 00., OF PARIHTIMPORTERS
of lino Millinery, successors to Mine. A Michel. 123 nth
rv , near 3Bth st., returned from Paris br Pereiro. Exposition
opening Wednesday, 29th of March.
Q.RAND OPENING^ I
J. R. TERRY, 865 Broadway,
will exhibit his spring importation of Bonnets, Round
Hats, misses' ami children's Hats. Ac , of the latest PnrMini
productions, on Wednesday and Thursday, March 22 and 23.
Also all the new shapes in rintriuimed Ilats, youths' and
boys' Hate, Mowers, Feathers, Ao.
ILLINHRY OP EN IN.V "*
Mrs, E. (TALLAGHER,
224 6th a v.,
will open on Thursday. March 23,
PATTERN BONNET, ROUND HATS, AC.. AC.
FLOWERS, LACES, RIBBONS In the new shades.
VfMK. KERRERO, NO. 7 WEST BOTH ST ^ WILL
asi oooa <v. ' .w-'-aar. iwcu go. un elegant aa?ui tmoul nl
Ki.rlnj Bonnets ani Hound tints, selected with grout cure la
the lending Paris houses.
IDS AMD SPACE EL AITYNGV ALSO DOUBLE~BOX
plaiting done while .rou wait up to 23 inches wide.
Save your goods b.r celling on 8. JOSEPH, 38 Forsyth sk.
tiro doors from Cnnnl st.
T* KOMPSON. BEERS A CO.. 377 HKHADITAT, WILL
here their opening of Pattern Bonnets and liaison
Wodnesday end Thursday, March 22 and 23.
AN ELEGANT 8ILVRRPLATKD IMPROVED WHEEL
or A Wil?on Sowing Machine, cost a few months ago
$M3, will be sold for $35. at 35 Bond st.. near Bowery.
?for saletliquor storks, ham pi.k booms.
Heetaarants. Hat and Cap Stores. Hotels, Pish Markets.
MALo.Nli, No. 5 Uoy st.
GROCERY STORK FOR SALE IN A MOST EX
cedent location np town. Inquire of BRUSH, 143
Chamber* at., or LKGGKYT, !>7 Readc st.
|T ESTABLISHED RESTAURANT FOR SALE ON
4th sr., with lease of buildinj; a chance seldom offered.
Apply at 318 4th av.
?CORNK It LIQUOR STOKES, CORNER GIlO
cerlea, Cigar Stores, Oyster Saloons, at great bargains.
MITCHELL. 7? Cedar at.
T CORNER BAKERY KOR~ SALE CHEAP-ALSO
it Restaurants, Lodging Houses. Moat Markets, Coal
Yards. MITCHELL. 77 Cedar st.
A' $70 SINGER FAMILY improved SKWINU MA*
chine will he sold for $30. at 989 3d av., top floor.
C~vauvrrb wInted-to buy Tustom and
) Tools of piauo work In Brooklyn: sold on account of
death. Apply at 2i>5 Myrtle av., or at No. 1 South VYUIIain
st. (In basement). New York. AV ail sell cheap; good chance.
RUG STOKk-rixTifites~and two soda koun
tains for sale : will be sold In Paris to suit purchasers.
Apply lo W. A. VOIGIIT or ItOBT. KKLLOORK, Doyer,
Morris county. New Jersey.
RUG STORK?ON ACCOUNT OK POOR 11BALTII 1[
will sell ray Store, on loading ayenue, for ea.h or ex
change for Cottage near the city : Brooklyn or Jorsey City
preferred. Address DRUGS, Herald Uptown Branch oftice.
IAOK SALE?A CASH UROCKIIY,3u YEARS EsTAB
' lislied, doing Itnmenso huslness; will he sold at a liargain.
Apply >t WIS Spring St., corner Renwick, in the -tore
1~AoR SALE AT A BACRIWCE-A DRY A N I? FANCY
' Goods Store; satisfactory roaaons; best locality. 112
Ocean ar , Jersey City Heights. Greenville cars pass the
TAG It 8 A LK?BUTTER, KGG. MILK AND PRODUCE
F Store : must be sold, as the owner has other business.
Inquire at 3*A Canal st. or at the store. 2!HJ Spring st.
TAoil SALE?STAND, "So. 355. IN WASHINGTON
r Market; price $1,500. Stand, No. 52, in Jefl'erson
market; price $2.VI. Apply nt SO Barclay St.
T7IOR SALE?THE FIRST CLASS "CORNER LIQUOR
f Shire 138 Greonwich st. corner of Cedar; rent paid up
to May 1. Apply on the premises.
OR SALE?FOUR_T H OU6 AN If " AD D BESSES ; SUIT
able for sny kind ?f circulars. Address box 4,217 Post
olBce. New Yorg.
TAOIt SALE ON VERY FAVORABLE. II KMS. TIIB
I; Stock, rixtuies anil Good Will of the oldest established
huslness of its kind in Brooklyn. Inquire ol c.
GKA KF, <V> Broad st.
FOR" SALE?A PIER GLASS; SIZE OK PLATE,
2SxH8 Inches: with marble Slab; at a bargain. Apply
at No 240 East 'lb St. March 23.
F* OR HALE-ONE OK THE BEST LIQUOR STORKS
uii the east side ; long lease and cheap rent; will be
s,J i at a sacrifice forcaali. Inquire at 245 Dclnn- ey st
TAG|t HA LK-STATIONERY AND TOY STOKE 127
r Ee?t 4lid near Ornnil Central Depot.
pOI SACK-VEKY COW. A Ki'CKMHD IIKKKI.NO
f Safe. ma<le lor a retail jeweller.
J. II. JOHNSTON, 15S Bowery.
1,1 OK sAl.fc-rMiTTTl.I) KMTABmhiikd ooherctio*.
J/ err end Ice Cream Saloon. 173 Atlantic ?t.. Brooklyn ;
ererytlilnic complete for manufacturing, with large elore
and i-hoap rent; Slcnm Boiler an I Knda Water machine.
Foil H A 1,K? KIR8T CLAMS ( 'ORSSif LlOt'OK STOKe";
good leaee; owner line other business Call at 24.1 Columbia
?t Brooklyn, or on JA^KH TAYCHK, IMS Broadway,
ivtF sAlK^TirB CKASK AMD H XTIBKS OF A
1? Cigar Store on we?t tide of Broadway, between 29th
end SOttl ate. Apply to W. VITZPATRICK, 1,213 Itroadw?y
rtoK SACK CHEAP?'TWO SODA WATEII WAOOX8
F end a lot of Hnxet end Bottlee. Call at 301 7th av ,
e..m-r JTtli ?t.
C't KO< KRY STOKE TO BR BOLD, wiTII KIXTlUKs;
r cheap, ketisfactory reaeone for leaving. 157 Kliea
belli ec _ _ _
OAKRS FOB SALE CIIEAI".?HKKRIMi'S, UI.LIBS,
C Wilder'* and Mareln'e, all elees end itylee, at 8. U.
gVIRK'H, 72 Maiden lane.
rpriH tlBAM) CENTRAL HOTEL KOIt SALE OK TO
1 rent; rAim- by |o depot ami utonmboal landing. Inqulra
on I lie |iretnl?ea, nfMrv T. K1LKY, Peekukili, N. Y.
?1 oiui iribL ivy'a good mixo. vnou
I7I .w' " ' nl? Bnnigtn; no bonua. So. If Broadway.
Call from 3 to 4. HILL.
A SECOND HAM) ONK STORY HAND ELEVATOR
wanted?Hint* Mr*, maker And prlaa. Addrraa box
i>,*:f I Port "flier, hew York.
1NOR SALE?A FOUR HORSE POWER H VXTF.II
' Hoilor ?nd Strain Engine. at No. 8 North William at.
NO KXCtkR FOR FATAL BOILER KXPL0S10NSROOT*fl
Hafwry Boll era. 45,i*?) hor?? power In ii??Iii
all narta of th? world. K?tlm?ta? and catalogue furnlaha 1
br addraaalox ABhNDKoi II AND BOOT MANL'FAOTUOntOTOJU*!
> Y, No. M Mbarty it.. Naw York.
ANTKD-A (IOOD fcVffOftsP. KF.VE nsXBl.E E.v
gloa and SAhoraa Loeomotlra, raarina or upright
bollar Lamldaaorlptlon of engina to BARCLAY A CO.,
MO 3d av Now York.orHAMI.lif. ATBWiKT du U autumn
at., Now ark, N. S,
Tony pastor's new theatre, " /
opposite the Metropolitan Hotel. V
Houses crowded nightly.
Tin? best entertainment In the city.
TONY PASTOR1* TROUPE OK STAR ARTISTS.
f Mlu KITTIE O'.NRIL.^ ^ BOBBY SEVVCOMHT^ $
Prot Hushwell. Ilarry Hryant. Mile, l.ouiiic. Carry ami Fox. |
Jeuoie Morgan. l.illie Hall, the llirve Turners.
MATINEES Tl'KSDAY AND FRIDAY. J,
MATINEES TUESDAY AND KltlDAV.
MATINEES Tl'KSDAY AND FRIDAY.
<s> 'V X'
f TONY 1'A STOIC T CU'S WILLIAMS. f
<4> & <5> l
Prank Glranl. Cha*. Worlty. Mile. Klta, Freucli Twin Slaters
In a yraud and entertaining Programme
DINKLKSPRIf/S BLUNDERS, THE OUIKT FAMILY, r
J UBILKF. DAY THE DOMINO MAN. \
The German Fifth, Parlor Gymnastic* Drum Solo*.
f NEXT MATINEE, ON FRIDAY^ AT 2, ^
<* - &
the entire Star Troupe appearing.
5TI1 AVENUE THE AT R K. '
Proprietor aua Manager Mr. AUOU8TIN DALY
(Commences a ijuarter to 8: carriage* may he ordered fur II)
Erery Night. Mr. Antrn?tin Daly's (Jroateai Drama,
PPPP II QQQQ W V KEEK
P P II Q Q II IT F.
PPPP HQ Q V U FEE
P 11 Q 9 Q U UE
P II QQQQ WUV KERB .,
A PI.AY OF TO-DAY.
I Miss PANN Y DAVENPORT. Mr Either.
Mr tlarkius. Mr. Lewis, Mr. Dartdge,
WEDNESDAY Mr. Haraenberg, Mr. Drew. .Mr. BarryAND
more, Mr. Rockwnll, Miss Sydney Cowell.
SATURDAY I Mrs. Gilbert, Mis* None*., MN* Holland
MATINEES! I and Mr. John Brougham. In their ?
original personations, us acted l."? weoks (
I to crowdud house*. V1
PIQUE MATINEE?SATURDAY at I 30. >'
*? Seats uiar bo secured 'JO "lays ahead. "'
tjtll avenue tiieatiTkt
J2D MATINEE OK
SATURDAY. AT IIALI' PAST ONK O'CLOCK.
* #s* I. AD IKS ARE UKlIED to secure tlieir seat* m adranee,
mid thus avoid Iho crush ni tho doors.
J^A.-,T NIGHTS OF JI.'Lll'S C.ESAR.
l/WYni PERFORMANCE OF JM'rfUs ~CALSAlC
1UU THURSDAY KVBNINO. M ABO Km
TJOOTH'8 niKATREr L"A.ST TIMES. EARLY
WITHDRAWAL OF JULIU8 U.RSAR.
J All RETT A PAI.MKR arc rompnllcil to announet the lai
limit of the unparalleled number of ouusocutlve represen. 1
talioua of Di
JULIUS OAiSAR, *<
the PINAL Dorforninuees to be given THIS AND NEXT
WEEK, "hiring which brief time opportunity must be taken B*
t? iviiiiuss tlie spectaeular splendurs of the plav and Uo
the sublime acting of the remarkable congregation of -?i
Mr. LAWRENCE BARRETT, '
Mr. V. D. HANGS
and Mr E. L DAVENPORT. IN
aupported I y M r MILN'KS LEVICK ami ihu entire great '
company of Booth's Theatre.
SATURDAY of this week, REGULAR MATINEE at 1:30. (
". NKXT WEDNESDAY'S MATINEE FOP. THE BKN- r
EKIT OF MR. F. 0. BANGS, 1
V THURSDAY NIGHT, March BO,
ONE HUNDREDTH PERFORMANCE OF JULIUS
for which occasion preparations of an oxtraordluary nature j*
are being made. g
/? Monday. April 10. reproduction of Shakesnears'* .
henry V. and return of Mr. GEORGE RIGNOLD. O
L" YOKl'M THEATRH. ~ S
MATT MORGAN Manager. ?
Great snecess. MINNIE PALMER, the dramatic lay. eThe
brilliant I THE PIQUE FAMILY, I Tho brilliant <
burlejque. I a Play on the Daly. | burlesque.
All MI HAL DOT and a magnificent company.
TRIUMPH OF. THE IDEAL VAUDEVILLE. 5
Topknots, Dilemmas, Tho Wrong Man, The Pique Family. 0
V 0 Goodwin, Jr , the greatest living inliulc. *"
Popular prlrea. Saabs secured one week in advance. K
owe ItY tubatrr. *
Great success of ?
Miss maiiion mordaunt. h
The great Dnraeatio Drama of ^
FRIDAY Banofit of Miss MARION MORDAUNT.
JJNION SQUARE THEATRE" " ?
Proprietor Mr. SHERIDAN SHOOK I
Manager : Mr. X M. PALMER to
IMMENSE SUCCESS OK THE NEW PLAY.
Characters by Messrs. C. R. Thorne, Jr. J
Frederic Robinson, Stuart Robs on, J. II. Stod- ~
dart, Joint Pursclles, Thomas R Morris, II.
W. Montgomery, Claude Burroughs, W. 11.
FEKREOL. Wilder, LysnnderThompson, Alfred Becks. W.
S. Quigloy, K. E. Lamb and C. G. Collins and
Misses Kale Claxton, Ida Yoraoa, Maris Wlh ^
kins, Roberta Nutwood, Mande Harrison, Ida ^,
^Jeffreys and Augusta Raymond. * '
SATURDAY, March 25, FIRST matinee of FKNTIKoL Ci
Brooklyn theatre. p
Leeeees and Managers Messrs. Shook A Palmer I
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY,
the greatest of the enrreut New York successes. ?
ROSE MICHEL, ,,
with the favorite artiste. ,
Miss ROSE EYTI.VGB, J. '
In the titio roll. Othor characters by a specially selected ii,
cast, conslstlugof Messrs. J. B Studley, J. \V. Collier, Tlteo- i
dore Hamilton, H. K. Daly, W. Seymour, II. H Phillips,
I John Msthsws snd S. Wright, and Mcsdames C. l)o Lan.ce, c,,
Meta Bartlctt and Lillian Cleves.
All the beuutifnl scenes of the first, second, fourth end (
fith acts used at tho Union Square Thoaire will be used i
here. Matinee Saturday, at 2 o'clock.
The managemeut are delighted to be able to announce the |
re engsgement, forone week, of the favorite actor. ...
Mr. II. J. MONTAGUE, 1?
who will appear MONDAY EVENING. March 27. .
rpheo. thomas' symphon y concerts (i
1 at stein way hall.
I THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MARCH 25, AT 2.
FIFTH FULL PUBLIC REHEARSAL
Admission Toe. , Reserved Seats (1.
SATURDAY EVENING. MARCH 25, AT A, L
FI FT 11 HYM PHONY CONCERT.
SOLOIST. MISS ANNA DRASDIL, CONTRALTO. =
SUITE No. 1 InO (first time) BACH
ARIA, "U, Fatima." Abu Hassan WEBER ?
MISS ANNA DRASDIL. i
SYMPHONY No. 8 (Erolcs). op. 53..., BEETHOVEN A
CONCERT AKIA. "Ilecubn" mew) ...RUBINSTEIN nn
miss ANNA drasdil. . i?
KINK FAUST OUVERTURK WAGNER ?
Prices of admission to the Concert as usual Sesls can A
now be secured at the hoy ofliee of Steiuway Hall, at Nua -a'
701 (G. Bchlrmer'a) and 114 Broadway. cni
CAN P R AM' I SCO MINSTRELS. I OPERA ITOU'SK" C?
IJAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS. BROADWAY. va
SAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS. | CORNER 29TU ST. ?
First time of the Burlesque of \
A DAILY PLAY. 3d
THE FUNNY OLD GALS T
SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER. A
nerl/ltirvlTI vol n u'li c , ct jfvnlvi! TI
BIRCH, WAMBOLD A BACKUS' ""
SAN FRANCISCO MlNSTKKErt. _
SEATS SECURE 11 MAT'NEK SATURDAY AT J i
TlMAThAU mahilTb varieties, first i t!
building from 3d ar., on 34th at. Every even- ae-^i ''
Ing at 8. Admission,'Joe., 5Qc , 75e. and $1. Fresh S 'r __
attractions, new atars, novel French Sensations, 5 5 t
beautiful I'emnle Models; seven Beauties, naughty e-3.3 J]
bnt nice; lovely women, rvitilslte miialo, charming h
Emotional Specialties. The spiciest show In Nsw , J ?:
York Female Brigands, beautiful Ballets, naughty * o * \
Specialties; High Art va. Nature; living I'ictttres. '-c*- -it
female Statunry Artiste, entrancing French Novelties '? 8*
C" "s I I,M< ?KH ?TWENTY SECOND IIEKIMKNT ARMORY.
JT SECOND ORVND PROMENADE CONCERT. A
and the famous
TWENTY SECOND KKOIMKVT BAND, "T
at the A
ARMORY, 11TII ST, NF. AR OTII AV.. jV
SATURDAY EVEN I NO, MAKCII ?5, AT 8 O'Cf.OCK. ()C,
Ticket*, 5?>e. For sale at the door. r,fl
0* RAM ATI C READINGS AMI RECITATION A. J*
Asaoclation 11*11, 33d ft. *nd 4th av
FRIDAY EVKN1NU, MARCH 34. 1870, s
Mra. RANDAEL DIKIlE, J\
Mrs IMOOKNE SYKKS, L
Mr A. 0 FOSTER, \
Mr OEOItiiK IIOEY. J\
Ticket* $1, at Brantano'a, hotels and Jan. t?rl
DisoclRTV HOC!AHl.BH" EVERY SATURDAY EVEN. ..
it tag, at ferrerv'a Amenably K'?mn, Tammany MIA H
lug. Mth si. CAKT1EK A Mauagcra. *
/ 111D KKKIM. 11 \I.L 10 M11111 "* , taa
\y CIIARI.ES ROBERTS, dr ,ln Humorous and Dramatic I .
Readings, assisted Uv the -ti dlan (planet and Mr. ft. B. jV
Whttely. organist. Tickets and 75c., at Pond's, 30
Union W|iiara mid IB3 Brnadw*}. .
RKNCII PUAYS AT TUB ACADEMY OF MUSIC. If
T.i night l. nefll .if .tag - manager Ueroj iflrst time), ~
"rVr?',od"[.y'gT'KVk 'X DOMFC'ILK'.
SATURDAY HHfII I, farmed perform mir. iflrat time), li
LA CLOSEKIK [>KS (JKNKTS. J(,
/MRP PIliVATK l??'?NS I'UX'i, Vl'ol.IX -|
\j (JuJtur, Organ, Pint., Kinirin,;, Ac. HJ Kilt ltlli at. r
<piaiio room*!. Uirwlari mailed. ((>
TOSIOIIT. STANDAlii) HALL. C
V M H. A Urnxlwav and 4-'d at '
LECTURE AND MUSIC. pli
Prnfcrtor RI'iiKNK LAWRENCE will lnrtnri 'in t?
"TlIK KOUMUXU OF A RKPUHLKv*
Mtulc by .mlu.ut artlata. AJmiwilon, 'rk\ Tlrk.ta fur
Ale m iht door. ^
? TWENTY FIRST CLASS DANSBUSES. \
I'IKTT LADIE.S FOB THE BALLET. \
MOSS. MAUTtXKTTI. n
OLYMPIC TIISATRg, "J
" OT? 0BOAPTAY,
Ou THUIUDAY. HttthaT ? .
from ona I a liiraa P M. rr
PUNCH. BROTHKHA PUNCH," THE rAMOUB lB1
J hnr>? car a>ng ol Mark Tnaln. Ml to appropriate
tnuxie, 30c.; alao Joat out, Una Philllpa' tonga, "f.ittlo Old
Cottage Unlit" BU't "Boaennah Mr Mann? " 40c. aecli; Kmti'i __
"Maggie. Darling. Kitting Mo," S'W.; Thornaa- "Haunting K
fcyaa'rand Maat Wa Jleot ax s? engartf" ?<>o O
PRICE FOUR CENTS.
ALY.MPIU THEATRE, U HltMADVVAT
) THE BEAUTIFUL AQUATIC MARVEL,
THE W ATE It QUEEN.
Alto the celebrate I emnhlbiout wonder,
WATSON, THE MAN KlSn,
. ? A
EATING. DRINKING. SMOKINO, UK Alt I Nil,
WHITINtl. CAKL> PLATING. SOMKRMAULTH AND
GYMNASTICS I NIlKIt TIIK WATER IN A MAMMOTH
II.I.I'MINA TED GLASS TANK.
Tli# gifted ertiiti,
Mr and Aire. K. A.
i The Rival Uallsd Singers, Guy Munuering Duet
_ and "He Muat be Soldier.*' .
The POUhK BROTHERS. marvellous pedestal dancers.
II ILK MAC, JOHN HART. JOHNSON mid HULNO,
and TIIK OKKAT OLYMPIC COMPANY.
matini-.ks vt kdnksdav ami saturday.
1'ruprietor and Manager .Mr. LESTER WALLACE
TIHTKSDAY EVENING, March 3.1.
ROM ami; ok A rook YOU NO MAN.
r Kl l>a V, positively Hal night of
hi I It stoops to CONQUER.
BATl'ttl't AY M ATI NEK
TUB WONDER. A WOMAN KEEPS A SET RET.
SAM klui E\ KNING, iH?ltlveIv last tunc of the
ROMANCE OK A POOR YOUNO MAN.
The next of the series of
STANDARD COMKDIKS AND PLAYS
will he Planche'a exquisite Comedietta, entitled the
CAPTAIN Oi Tllli \V ATtlH
and Mortons brilliant Comedy of
WOODCOCK'S LITTLE GAM K.
Both of which will lie presented on
MONDAY EVKNINO, Msrch 37.
with appropriate scenery, costumes uod appointments.
MR. LESTER WAI.LACK
as Viscount de Lignoy and Mr Woodcock.
X LORE THEATRE.
I 72S and 730 Broadway, below Sth ,i.
W. BUTLER Manager
IK STANDARD VARIKTV TI1KATUK OK NEW YORK.
Every noially of the day represented.
Sam Rickey. A Slippery Day,
Hilly Harry." O'Mallery's Trouble*.
Senator Boh llart, ??
Chas, Benedict, Old Times Rocks.
Win. H. Brock war,
Eugene Hlitr., Centennial Songs.
J. D. Grlfiln, ??
Andy McKee, Musical Gems.
George Harris. Side
splittiug Arts, Songs end Dunces.
Alex, /anfretll, the great Clown, and troupe.
All the Immense couipanv wiil appear
EVERY EVENING. (See bills.)
JD ST. OPERA HOUSE (LATE DAN BRYANrSE
') Imiuonse attraction. Two rompauioa. The popular
ilil'ornia Minstrels mid the great Specialty Company. The
rgest company in New Yorx
) irst week of Miss Helena Smith, the Empress of Song and
nice; Stewart Dare, T S, Hall, G II Jackson. Second
ok oT Miss Lula Dclmav, Miss Alieo Sowers, Mr. J. W.
;Andre*s, Hugh Pay, link or and Doyle. Arthur Cook,
irou, Howard, Merritt, Lostoii, Croosher and tlie great Star
'lupaor. Matinee Thuridor uud .laturilav.
CTOOD'S MUSEUM WOOD'S
> THIS DAY.
EVENING AT s. MATINEE AT 2.
THREE PIECES. ALABAMA
P. S CII AN Pit A U JUBILEE SINGERS
TIIK FIRST NIGHT in their wonderful
and O'PLANAGAN SONGS IN
AND TIIK FAIRIES, UNCLE
with MAT TOMS
DP TIIK IRON HAND. CABIN
IA Kl s IA N V a RIK TIES, 10TB 8? '
PARISIAN VARIETIES, and
PARISIAN VARIETIES. BROADWAY.
^ AN EYE OPENER THIS WEEK, f
Firni Appenrnnce of
^ Mile. NINON D PC LOS, "t
and hor troupe of 50 beautiful Olremalau l eiaalo Models
^ TABLEAUX VIVASTS f
TABLEAUX CLASS IQUE f
THE LADIES' CENTENNIAL LEVEE.
J ORAND TABLEAU. J
WASHINGTON CROSSING THE DELAWARE
THE MARCH OK THE REVOLUTION.
THE GREAT PUEDRKICKH.
Miss EUNICE MOORE. I Miss MOLUK DM Alt.
KRED. J. MACKKY | HARRY SLATE.
I. A WRENCH SISTERS.
Slgnor BARTOLLI. I DAN NASH.
New Olio of 60 BRILLIANT STAR ACTORS. PrliVA,
115c., SDc. ami f I ; Proscenium Hoxcs. $0 and 510.
)ARE THEATRE. KKOADWAV AND 22D ST.:
accessible by all the popular lines of travoj, convonieut
all the terries and hotels.
of Howe's cnjovahle, humorous Comedy,
with Hose Wood. Rose Lido, Marie Louise,
Mrs. Brulone, L. Morrison J. C. Padgett, Viu.
ft ASS Inr Rower*. G. Morris, P. Langley. C. Scarlo, W. J.
? - Cogswell, J. W. Hrutone and Geo. Kancett How*
'*? Welti.>? Struv. that "pcrvcrter of truth)."
EVENING AT H. S.V1UBO tY MATINEE AT J.
Box office i Reserved seats, *1 bo. I Secure
opsn AdmLslon, $1 I Seats
tut T Balcony, fa) cent*. j ahead.
"See this ring * Fact! Kac.l'l I aasurn you."
Til ST ol*KBA HOUSKTbETWEKN 2D AND 3D
avs. Wcdursday and Saturday Matinee at 3.
CANCAN j - THE TOWN TALK.
i.male bathers female it a til err.
35 beautiful female models
in the naugi1tiiy bathing scene
MUCKERING 1IA1.L BULOW RECITALS.
' TO DAT. AT 2. FIRST BEETHOVEN MATINEE.
VON BL'LOW will play rionutu Patotiea, opus CI; Ad ogle
n Vnriunlnni. opus 114; Sonata quasi Palilalia, opus 27. No.
n F. tint; Sonata qnosi Kania Is, opus 27. No. 2 la C
urp minor; Sonata, opus Mt>. lu A Mat: Fantasia, opus 77. .
teen variations; Kuga cd Andante, finale on a theme of J.
o Sinfonia croica, opus lib. In K list
I'UK BlftiOVV will til(*y Sonata. opue 101, In A major;
rial a, ?pn? I0?<, ln>l nat; 23 Vartallone on a Walts of DlaIII.
opus 120; iterthovon's last I'lano Work.
4AT17RPAY, March *V-I,*ST IIKRT1IOVEN MATINEE
Monday, march 37-cuopin mght.
Reserved scan. $2 Seate at Schuberth's, 23 t/'nloa
iiarc, and 114 Broadway, lltilckering I'lanoB used l?r VON
< khmania tub atrk7~ mtu st.
r AD NBl'KSDORFF Director
THURSDAY, March 23.
Comedy, in four acfs, by Pohl.
ill. JifUN I.URII
t on "Ed niund Rurko,"
Thursday, I If; o'clock. at A?"oeialion Hall.
P1AMDFOUTKS, OK<>\IYS, ,W .
?FOR RUNT. UPRIGHT, square AND grand
L. Pianos of our own mala; al?n for Bale and rent, a
inbei of One second hand I'iao >?. In perfect order. WIULM
K.SAliK .1 CO . No. 1IJ r.ih nv.. ebovc 10th <U
"-full sai.e. a MAGNIFICENT voi r round
l. StoHiway Pianoforte fur f2<>i; an elegant rosewood
sc. Improrrd scale. 7}i octave Windeor I'lano, coal $1,200,
?3l?j; ha? gnnrantee and bill of sale ; Stool. Cover, MuJie
bind, cost box for shipping Call thle day at prltc
residence l'-'tl West 23d St., near tUh ar
CIllCKERINU ROSEWOOD PIANO FOR HALR?
I. Seven octave, new, latest improvements; carved legs:
<t at immense sacritloe. for caab only. 28 East
GREAT flM'IiriCK -PIANOS TO KENT, $ > i'sit
L month, and upward; instiltuonts taken; oewlnstru>nf?
i:t\t KM ITU'S >,; nine,.leer ?t near Rowerv.
lot ok spco.nd hand i'Ianokoktps, in
L thorough order, for ? i! til moderate nricev Alio
HI101 on InitalnienlS. CIUCKEItlNiU A SONS, 13J Si(k
Corner IHlli fel.
T.uTiJAIN. ?7\oi TA4B KOSKWOOD PIANO.JS3O0;
L iintniniciilJ teken; rent, < '
O 4HI.KA 1"7 West 23d (t.
(iO'iD IM ANO. SIS'. *10 MoSTIIIjV ; 7 1-3 OC*
L tire, nearly new, *l.'i>, two llnnk Organ, sacrifice;
w Piano*, bargains. I'KKK t SON, 3 i Clinton place,
?r Broadway. *
N lU.KtiAST Pi NO KOIl 8A1.K AT A RAROAIN?
L 11 a* orer.trni i b.n> ami patent airraffo; ricb ?ud
tverlul ton*. M? . and Cover included Apply pi 14*4
mi ?? . Brooklyn, K It
~1M:I\ ATK KAMII.V \t II.I. SKI.L TIIKTII klkuaxt
L Decker A llro*. fonr round rlclily carve I rosewood rui
moforto fnr$L'iO; cost *1.600: has >11 improvements: 7t^
;ave, full agraffe, overstrung, Ac., Stool and Cover, a facet;
ilso Slelnway 74a octave Piano, t'JVI. X. B?Bon
?h?rytng Call at hruan stone private residence No.
Weal (Mill al., bet worn St It and Bth avs.
PKrVATK "VAtULY. ABorr TO IIIIK.AK UP
l housekeeping. will dispose of their Welter Piano, three
ara old, at a aacritlce. Call at once nt '114 Cast 124th at.
?ARIOX PIANOPORTK, NKARLY NKtV, L'PIUMIT
l? aod square Pianos and Organs, al extraordinary low
ees for cash ; Instalment!; to rent
K. SCUL LER, 36 Kail 1 4th it.
\UMOItK PI iNOKORI H-t, t 1 BI.EECKKlt ST^
I Established :C> rears-.closing out large, elegant stock
hell prtae *i"I, ?3t> i
Mlt'KK.RINti, STKINWAV, WKHP.lt I * IA NO POKTIti
and Organs, ?Jtai to ftWw? f t to f Itl nuiTUlily initalnts;
bargains for cash 1UDD1.K, 13 Wavorley place,
"x I ItK\lKLY LOW?A IlTltdf CLASS 7 13 OCTAYB
I Piano. in.i't be sold re; irdlcss of coet Can be Men
No 2<11 Peer! it., near Pulton.
r R K AT It A Rll i ISS?M.iV AND SECOND IIAXII
r Pianos, of tb? best qu tlily, low for cash, at ( IHCHKH**
tmifaetory ami W Are room. 4'-':t and I2."? West 2Htli at.
II A NO* I.AKOR STOCK TO RKVf OR >'EliL tRR.
ili'o ina stncki it lower ericas than rear. Call and see
em ai MKKHhl.l. S. No. HL'iilon aquare.
fit IN WAY CHIt.'KKRIN'ti A Mil of II Pit NPW a.N'B
> Kccond l and Pianos for sale and to rent, and rent ap.
led to nuinliase: al?n Organs of the best man* on eaijr
riu*. *V41. A. POND A CO., M7 Broadway. New York.
TpKIOUT AND syr.iRR PI AND* TO RWTT VWMT
! loworsoiu "" liiinii wnwii ............... .......
art room a. 7** Broadway. eownr lOtli at
1>ANTKI?-T MKIMl'M-rOTKI) SECOND KAMI
> t'hnrcli Or/ao, In perfect order. Addrmn COMMITIK.
X?. 4-11 Wtllial >1. Philadelphia.
f'AATKD-A HOOD SEVEN OCTAVE PIANO IB
\ rueliunije tnr first < !* ? SewllE Machine*. AdiltSM
M., llcr*t<l vfller. .
- SfitliND HAND PIANOS AXI) OROANS AT
?) grc*t l.nr4?i?? fur raali or Instalments; also for ren?
l!t rem pa-, tnf ! -m, it per contract.
MOKAt I . WATERS A SON. 4*1 Broadway. _
IEA< IIEII or KAIKfINO (,MJIO Or VOCAI. A SO
instrun.sntnl ntnulr preferred) wanted, for private pior?
pa inty in city near "i*w York, either mala or female;
txl chance for artist. Address, giving full qnattfinn*
in HUDSON RIVKH. Ilerald oBce. .
OC V. N TS A LRKHON, CON V K R8 ATI U N A I. FBE N 0*.
by a I'ertaiau lady, dlploiuka; Iraaalatloaa, As.
K lta. VBhEL. IJTT IimIib. mm A
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