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CITY RF.AL F.8TATF. FOR HALF.
Central.
A?FOUR FHRS'CII FEATS FOR SAI.E, 27X75X100,
Bvc Ucar Madiann ar. ; would exchange fork |
Country Flace, clear, ana caah : rood bargain can be got '
JOHN KETTKKTOIl, 1,300 Broadway.
A?21 WK ST 4S)Tl I ST.; E L.KUANTL V ~L< i C A IE 1 >,
.? ' i .1 and arranged modern four Mary high atoop <
'uiiiwi atone Dwelling. 22x00, lot DO lot t. for aate at a low
figure. Offices Noa. -t l'lne at. and 33 Ka.it 17th at.
V K STEVENSON. Jr.
Olt SAI.E-TIIE ELEtJ.VXf fOUB ROBY AM)
haaemeut brown atone Hottaea on tho north aide of
67th at., between 4!h and Lexington art., ail the modern
Imtirotemcnta; the hottaea are 20x70*100.3; beautifully
Md iloriw, Mill li lobittuliill; built in c fv particular:
tan not ba excelled nu uuv pail of ."?th av. or in the city Inquire
on the premises, of the owner and builder, HU1EX ,
McKEX.NET. 113 hast S7th it. i
rpHE SUNDAY TKLMiKAM."
1 ALL T1IK LAI'i .-T LOCAL NEWS,
SPECIAL DESPATCH KS
FROM ALL pclNIS OK IMPORTANCE,
MISCELLANEOUS SKKIfHES. I SKKl'L INFoRMATION
AM) KVKilYTHIXU WORTH READING.
PRICK TWO CENTS.
QQQ MADISON aw. M r Kit ay HILL HKlOUTIi?
The new nnd clepant 34-foot Mansion lor eale; to
prompt buyer decided bargain. Open all day.
QIC WEST ' III ST. ?Kol It STORY BRfFWN~STONE
O 1 " ) _,"_'x.'>-xl'*i r>, near Central Park entrance. In perfect
order and frescoed throughout, will bo aold low to close nu
estate, or would be leased to desirable teuaut. Apply to J.
M. HCRIHNKll. Jr., Hit! Broadway.
ifco- /urn-we ham: a l iTsv Vock~"stT)"ry
Cawt'.v'Y/"". brown stone Houses, between fitb and
Pth avs.. ou Columbia College lease; these are the cheapest
bouses fur any one to buy and now is a pond time to pet a
bargain. UIKKlt A CO., 55 Liberty sL
East Side.
IpOK SALE OR TO LKT-A HOUSE ON 3D AV., IIARleni.
pood location, containing store and three Hal*. Inquire
at tile store No. U Delanoey st.
TCTOR sali: ?TH RIt E LOTH ON 38TH ST., NEAR 1ST
L uy.; qjtl.ooil oach, witli loan
J. EDGAR LEAYCRAFT, 7"*J sth av.
HTttD ' |?AN.-Nt>W IS THE TIME TO SECURE BARpains
In throe and lour story private Dwellings; cash
Much users wanted. /IT I'LL, 1,020 Ud av.
V. est Sine.
AN OFFER WANTED FOR A HANDSOME HOUSE
and lot on Went Hid St.; must bo sold at a sacrifice to
meet Immediate wants: leasehold property, 20x4fix74, and
twenty years to run with renewals; ground rent, {HUH per
year. Apply to.I. K. EDWARDS, 1 i? West ?ld It.
CI A P IT A L BAKU AIN?M AON IFICENT Bl'tOM N'sTONK
) Kostdeuee No. :i:til West 4Cth st. (llireo story, basenu'iit,
sub-cellar); all modern improvements, frescoing,
mirrors, elegit n t clianilellers and pas li Mutes, cost SfH.lK.il,
to with bouse; water and heat t uroupbout; cost $ll).HOO
lust year; price #->,(AJUcasl); Astor lease. Princl- j
pals only apply on premises.
tK)K S A LE?I'O UK rt'Vt > It V HOUSE An7>"loiT lT?
F Wurerley place, near tltli av. $ IB,000; will rent for
e H ,70 I. Inquire on the premises, between 'J und 4 P. M.
TUlll C t t I.' lie .1?I'll si- IIT.TU'I. I.'V I.I'll It'll TTII
r uvs.. three story high stoop brown atone House, 2U feet
ride, painted aud in perfect order throughout; nrice
c>0,n*>; posses? i<?n April 1. TIMP80N A 1'KET, 1,488
Brotdwny, near 44th it. Open eveniu-'s.
JITlMcelluiieoui,
MOR SALE?FREE AND CLEAR REAL ESTATE, 1
I oits* end conn try; will take any kind of Merchandise
n payment. Call, lor three days, hi Smith A McNeil's .
Hotel, coiner of Fulton and Washington sis. SPENCER.
BROOKLYN PROPERTY FOR SALE
AND TO LET.
TjlOK SALS?A DECIDED BARGAIN. ON MADIBOX !
L st., title three atory und basement brick House; nil I in - I
irovotiK nls; 20x40, lot, nm feet; brown stone sloop; iocs- |
don choice; immediate possession; must be sold: price,
miv terms easy Keys at l'AL'L C. ii KEN I NG'S, i
l*J.r? Gate* nv., near Nostrand.
i - N \ N 1 > 1: K It I L f \v" FKi'WKI N "liKEEN AND
L\ Hates aw?A lirst class tlirce story, bleb stoop, brown
itono House for sale or let choap. Owner, A. li LAB Kit, 134
East 1Mb at., New \<>rk.
riiRM Story rrown stork front house, no.
4.">1 Henry near Harrison st.; new, lias fall Improvements:
ju t suitable tor small taniily; $8,500. Owner,
Will I'PLE, 2tki Court st.
j~ o LET?sP7. ni I'KU VEAR, J IS ROSS ST., EASTERN
Hist ret, three story und basement House; 12 rooms;
rood ord - *; all improvements; flue location; convenient to
t"*? street Presbyterian church; only li"> liiinutes from
lity Had Park, New York. For permit apply to JAMES C.
IaHIC, 4."? Broadway, Brooklyn, K. O A rare opportunity.
no LET?HO USE I NFUKNISHKI) OH FURNISHED;
thirteen room*, beside* independent laundry : ntnrerootuB; I
lArtre gArret; house > eight connected rooms on one 1
loor. _arden lOOxlltn, with choice fruit trees of every vari- '
itv . front and backstairs; all rooms fronting on pnrdeu;
dl ru- ms painted in oil and frescoed. Address K. KLIN (J,
ivi tier. on premises.
1*Vt LET-^66 P8R M nm ii, in BROOKLYN, E.
House, 10 room-: building In yard would do lor a stable, j
tppi s to C 8. DARKER, 576 Mv.-tie it,
A T AND 4!? I lit' K S ST., SIZE 27 XI01, FOR * A EE, j
XI with lo in to rebuild. For particulars apply to owner,
I. 1: TOT SKY, 27.0 Henry st.
C 1 1 ~ ' 1 'L
UESTdlENTER COl XTY PROPERTY I
FOR SALK A\l) TCI HEAT.
AT RYE?NEW YORK AND NEW IlAYhN RAILl\
road, near depot, churches, schools and tine *ult water
> ?thlnjr?a large. old*fashioned, House, with mix acres, *tnDie
and outbuilding*; rent RftOO per voar. DANIEL
KIKAMJ. Kjr \ or Roll HUT S ANDERSON, Executor,
care ol Stout Co., No. ib Broad St., New York, w here photograph
can be seen.
\ 1 yonkkrh! a beautiful French boot
lY nine rooms; modern Improvements; rent moderate.
YOIMA.N8, Aucut, Yonkers
FAOR RAJ ? V PLKAHAN1 HOME IN THE COUNTRY
a tew miles aiiovo Harlem. Westchester villaue, easy J
jfaceeM to trie citv. consisting o? lour 01 five acres, full of
fr 11 t t r.?. m ,r.,.ul I,....... Ui..l ....1 I,.*., .... U 111' If K InV iff
4th a v.
I'^OK 8ALK OK TO L.KT A1 N*W ROCHELLK - HOt si:'.
I?arn, hal t acre land. tr *rd?*u. fruit tree*; hlffli ground ;
In- virw ol Sound; buttling, tithing, boating; Hrst class |
ie';iliborliiM?<t: ten minute* tr??tu depot; one hour from t'ity
Halt; pric* rent Apply to A. WILL- j
MAKTII. Pout Office Building, room 1*<. fourth utorv.
lTvK HUM "i; roK HALE, DLSIKABLK COTTAGE,
11 f room*; near depot; rent $GOU. DAVF.M'OKT, 1H1
H r oh d way.
M ? rioN hale. s o'clock! ru'is AF1
terooun on premise*, one block from depot, House,
H irn. Id Lot*, fronting Washington. Ilniiroad av.t Marble
it.; choice property; rapid transit; rare investment; take
i:dO train, returning at 4 14.
'pAKItVToWN AXli 11KI.L' VILI.B?St'l.KMifi) I
I Dwelling*, high ground*, |ritntv fruit, w*t?r mid every Inn
dumritble, tu runt. ?oll urexclimigu. C. I'AKI'KIDeit, .
'.* Hrukd ?t
po 1,BT? HllMsll ED t > T~ L' X i'unxi 811K[), ON
J Vtardh.im Heights, near Jer?ra* Park, House, carriage
louse .'li t tires acres; trult, shade und ornamental trees;
mniitiatiding prospect: unexceptionable neighborhood; itnm
dime possession. Owner, Itii Broadway, room 1ft.
J Kit SK V CITY, IIOIIOKKX, III DSON
CTT1 AJD BKHGEiN HEAL IM ATK.
For Salt*.
i COMPLETELY KCKNISIIKD FIRST CLASS TURKS
- hi ?ry basement and t eller brown stone front Dwelling
llou*e (corner), -12 iiutloon St., Iloboken; all modern tinuro\onicutN,
in perfoct order Mini tine location; rent only
1125 per month. Apply to CKKVIKK BROS., 24 Now am
tt . Ilobokcn. >. J.
MOMPLKTRLY TV RNISHED KLKGANT CO! STRY
Residence, with about three Itn* of* Land, stable, Ac.;
Inely situated on the Heights ; overlooking New York city, ;
Uud?on River and Bay-, all modem impr(?venients; finest
f?ide;ic* in New Jersey; rent $15?> per iiiontli. Apply to '
CRKYIKR HROrt., 24 Newark it.. Iloboken, N. J.
CH>R SALS?IS HOBOKBlT A FIRST < LABS BROWN
r stone front Dwelling House, for 12 rooms, Ac.
I'ill.YIKR BROS., 24 Newark St., Iloboken.
To Lei or Leair#
fPO LET IN 110BOKRN?FIRST CLASS BROWN
J stone Houses; four story and cellar, all improvements;
cut wni? t>2'? Also good Houses at ?44*1 HKhVIKK
BHiM * Newark st.
ITo LP.r or KOR"^T^tbiirnTrnro^rs E PAR".
ateiy, the Dock Property in Iloboken belonging to the
Kagle Line M?*M>itflhip Company adjoining the f. rry. with a
Kul.r I rut 11 of l.'ill l.#?t i in* u fur HOvTltft
feet, ami two ililf Plrrv, north and south of large pier; also
a three story hrick Warehouse. l(N>xlOO feet and a uumher
r*f vacant Lou. For particular* apply to KXAl'TII,
NACHOH Jt KI'IINK. lfit Broadway
j'O LKT OK LhASK?FOK A LONH TKBM uF YK A It8, J
tl.?* i*r. e Hotel, formerly known n* Hunch'* Hotel, tit
Sated on t e northeast corner of litidmn and Bd sta., {
lioboken, N. .1.: property consists of three lour story and
DiMMnrnt brick buildings, stable, lanndrv. nuthouse*. Ac.,
and is finely situated for hotel purpose*, belnf opposite to
the Bremen, II amMirg, Stettin and other stearmiliip lines,
and has been au established hu'.rl for over isinty ytsn; .
the buildings are large, containing over fifty rooms, bar
room, billiard room, bill room, bow lint: alley, A Ac ; rent
nodsr.ile to a go- d party. Apply to UUK\IKK liKIKS., J4
Newark it., lioboken, W. J. j
PROl'KHTI oi l OF THK CITV FOR
IALK OR TO RENT.
* HAMJSOMK COTTAGE. 10 ROOMS KKAl'TI- |
iV fully located n the Orange Mountains, lorflkO; .
forth seeing ; near depot. high and healthy.
U W BADORK, Wyoming. X. i.
\T PKAINK1EI D.-A BRICK COTTAtiK, EiMMIKD
iu bard wood, fully furnished; II roomV bathroom,
Ac . two acre*. atahle, Ac , for rent until Xoi'tnMr, at $I5?>
fur niouth, burke*. A'',, ami fresh Alderney oow c*n remain
I desire l Addressbo* J.8I.' l*o?t office
roiTTThFr^Ai i -modern hoI'mr tkn SooiiS,
table, two acre*. immense quantity fruit, aai.arairus '
tcdires. matrniilcent location, wecrluokinir city : one hour in
lersey; t! sidewalk. Adilreu t lIMI'i. L>l(i.N, Herald
Hilt.
hum cla-vt cm Miif skar, us ihkTiTd.
sou. fur sale at a bari(.tlil, with any amount ef l,aud,
from ball ?u acre to over live acne; terms easy. Apply to
UotiKii NoiitiA*. Rel It? at.
A I.AKWK ML'MIIKR OK FARMS am> ('OCX TRY
fV Cimes clieap lor easb or esehsnire, Irom dl.Mn up.
Ill N K A (iHAY. .. .7 'lib h?.
B~ cmnkbh PI.ACi: KOK SAI.K -a COAL YARD, ,
Hotel, Lumber \ard Anil Railroad Airencv, In Panusyl
ran bi id* the place worth ii.'**) per annum; price. H2.I*1U;
>ue-third caah balance In eicht eouel annual payments, j
Apply 1.. I.I NDI.HM Ah. pKKKK A CO.. room No M trinity
liutldirif. _____ ? I
KIUI-.N II(I' S^~AT FKKTII AVMOF. WT.KANK <?N
laeorablo verina; the hotel l? Iti Rood order and conveniettt
for ??? bathing end boating; the Mellon of the letng
llramli read It near the himtr. Kor lurther information apply
to llOIUtOk >. I LI, v.- B I'lt.e -t.
Lioin rnv mT?i:sks." vimVas. o7.ttai?ks. ac.. of
/ alt description*. fnmlalir I and nnfnrntalied, to rent.
JOIIN S. hIVKN, Jy Naaaau at., mora 17.
F, S. ? lloneea wanted.
("icifNTltV IIOUHM IF AIX LOCATION* ANII Of |
\J til dea< riptlene. furalthed and tmfnrnlahed, I" rent.
lOlIN H. KWKN.au Naaaau at., loom 17. N. H ? tionara
anted.
KM KM KO lt~itAT.lt -An AC Kb-TVy ml HI ii.OINUK;
F hoelthy location; near ?alt water bathing. depot,
ecbew* ehurcboa, Ac : pAee only < -','??>caah : good bargain;
n<> encamhrance. Addreaa owner h. It. CUtT, Mauortllle.
l,oec Island j
ytoK WALK OH Tt) KKNT, VbKN'IMIIItD. AT LOMi
JP llranch -Nice Cottage, ntable and about three acre*, i
>of parliculara apply to iUlaKlil A CO.. U Ubailt at.
NEW YOlif
PROPERTY OCT OP THE CITY FOR
SAL! OR TO IKNT.
I^ALM >OU HALE?ONE OF TilR 1IKST IN IILSTKR
r county fur cr*?? or Km'". ?'tual to any In Oruiiyo
county; .plnndid hiruo .tone hou.e, large burn. and out*
building*; the building* worth tlio money ntked; |dcuty
of Our fruit and water; there it t lime i|utrry on the place;
if worked, will pay lor It three timet over; faiui it near
Sill, known at the Egbert Jonson Kariu ; enld at a
bargalu. Apply to owMr inu agouti employed:. office No. 1
Ami -t . New \ ork. l>r. J. A. SHKKMAN.
ijulM to urr. oooo HOUKR and yarn ur h
r ucrei < n Htateu Iilaini. near Chelsea ateauilx'tt landing,
four miiot Irom fort Richmond, at R.NJO. Apply at
1..ui,- Neck to HENRY C. MORGAN.
LKiU SALE?OCEAN HOl'SK, t'AI'K MAY. N. J
r Favorite tiuumer retort, lit* hours from Philadelphia;
house furnished and ready lor opetilug; accommodatiou lor
3hO guests
Davis .? simpson, Til Walnut st . Philadelphia. ;
"C?UK K.tl.E?KENTUCKY FA I! W, 1H0 ACItBH. NINE |
JC uiilet fruiu Cincinnati; 16 teret timber, balance under
a high state ol cultivation; laud has been sulmolled, is rich 1
and mostly. in biue gram; two ttory huute, tlyht rooms, hall,
cellar, well, clitern, icehouse, mllkhoote, brick irookehuuse,
woodhouie, two tine orchards, beaiititnl irrova of locust
trees; barn and stables niotl complete, with stoue foundation!.
14 box stalls, paddock and liable yard: all pood
board fences: well watered; used itrictly for line stock.
JOHN J. WRIGHT A CO., Stf IVeit ltd at., Cincinnati,Ohio.
TOOR SALE A COUNTRY SLAT AT NYA'JK.ON tub
r Hudson, h'H miles front New York, containing evi-ry
requisite for a charming residence ; parfect health; no chills
and fever: pun- water; dry atmosphere; view umurpatsed;
fruits in abundance; product ire garden : fine lawn; modern
house; gardener's cottage and all necessary outbuildings,
with "jo acres of land; a pleasant drive of I1: miles iroui
L1l.lt S.aLK Oil TO I.KT-AT IIIIIKN IA. 50 MINt'TKS
P from Ni-w York by New Haven Railroad, a gentleman's
llosldeuce, containing 10 rooms, ground (nine acres) beauti*
folly laid out; all kiuda shade aud lruit trees; bathing and
ttsmugln immediate neighborhood: three-quarters of ? mile
from depot; will bo sold very cheap and little money re
quo id. 1 S. Sill l'llKIll). IH1 Hroudwuy.
TjlOlt KKNT'oK I.kASK?HASKMIiNT OK THE tllUUI.
F ber of Commerce KtiiUliiig, St. Louis, containing
Hi,R4H square feet in one room suitable for an extensive
restaurant, dining bail and liquor establishment, situated in
the chamber of Commerce Ituihting. Kor other lulorm at ion
apply to or address GflKEN A I.A MOTTK, 8tlt and Cheat*
nut its., St. Louis, Mo.; or E. I*. HAKKIt, Post oflice box
8*4, New York.
LIO It KENT?AT PHILADELPHIA. LARGE Ull
P niahed Mansion, in the subIIub,; large grounds, stables,
burn, sliade, floe water front, Ac.; convenient to ceuteuuiai
and city; rent, only Apply to K. V. LAN'SDAi E,
517 Locust St., Philadelphia, or to K. WARD, ti7 llroad si..
New York.
"LIOllKKlNEllri WANTING KAIlMs" GOOD LAND,
P near Sow Y'ork and 1'hiladelphia, address C. K.
LANDIS, Ylneland, N. J.
/ 1IIKKYWIOH ~C(>ss -FARMS AND COl'NTRY
vX Scats for sale and to rent, furnished and unfurnished.
Particnlara address .1 Oil N* II H AY.
HANDSOME IIOL'SKS, 1?> ROOMS: ALL IMPROVKmcnts.
and hull Mil aero, near depot; rent T>; largo
Houmi, $500: also a bountifully furnished House; all i in provemoiitH;
fluo location. Send your address and I will
call. Apply at WOOLOM'S book store. 239 Greenwich st.,
near Rnrcluy, or to ROrtEKT PKKLK, Rlooiuflcld, N. J.
HOME AN1) Hl.'SINKSS FOR SALE-ONLY $4,30(7;
23 miloa iu Jersey; delightful country; rare chance.
K. BOOKHOUT, Engraver, 55 Liberty st., corner Nassau.
IMMENSE 8ACRIFICR?BEUATIVUL DAIRY, lkiiT
1 and poultry Farm; 1fg miles from large town. Rucks
county, Pennsylvania: mile to railroad station; 14 trains
daily; one hour to 1'hiludHphia and Centennial grounds;
acres splendid land, rtinuing stream. 4 acres wood land,
fine orchaid, 260 choice trees in full bearing, pays $R<X) per
year ; large handsome stone House, H rooms, nice piazza,
beautiful shade trees, fine barn, extensive stabling, car
rbtge, wagon, bog, and poultry houses; price, including bay,
grain, 2 good horses, ft cows, 2 pigs, 75 chickens, carriage,
farm and truck wagons, hay rake, mowing machine, Ac.,
only $7,1*10: terms, naif cash, balance very easy; very beautiful
and healthy country ; cash matket. Address lock box
350 Post office. North Wales, Pa.
VTORTH SIDK HILLS, LONG ISLAND, is MILKS
IN from City Hall.?Plenty of woods and knolls and extensive
view ; 30 Acres at $200 per acre; will cut up at $ftuO
and upward. Address LONG ISLAND, New Yoik Herald
office. _
0BANGS, N. J., BRICK CHURCH RTATlOX, $0,000,
$7,003, $6,000, $10,000; all improvements.
G. W. ROWERS, llalsted st.
'tANGK, X. J.?TO LET, COMPLETK L Y PUUN IS 11BD
House; rare chance, considering location; ground
Su.ide, fruit. Address OWNER, box 4,073 New York Post
office.
OR ASG K~ ~~X~7'jT?SPECIALTY, 109 11OU SKS~ PI' finished
and unfurnished; for rent, season or year, cosoy
Cottages and magnificent Residences.
HAMILTON A WALLI8, 30 Pine st.
1">ASSAI0, N. J.?BARGAINS; TWO FINE HOUSES
and large Plots of Ground ut and $8,(HJ0 each.
Inquire of or address R. W PKACU, 49 Maideo lane.
|>IVERSIDK. COTTAGE, BARN, 15 ACREf^ oE
It chard; good neighborhood, near and overlooking the
Sound, hour from city; $tl,5U) if quick sale.
J. w. ATM A i KB, Blvendde, Conn,
QTAMPORO, CONN, A 8PK0TAI.TY.--choice OP
kT Houses to let or fur sale, furnished or unfurnished. P.
G. 111'lIERT, Jr., 140 Hruadwuy, New York.
mi l.l: i :t ? MINI ?ES FROM WALL BT BY BOA?
1 at Ray Ridge, Long Islund. Houses, with and without
improvements; grounds fronting on the Rav; beautiful
views, very healthy. Apply to JOHN MACKaY, 63 Exchange
place.
rpo LKT F tRNISvTkU?A LAKliK~ANo TTjTTaSANT '
J Uouho ami Ground. in Litihllold couuty, Conn. Addre.s
OWN KB, 210?ut U5th it.
rpo LKT AT LONG BRANCH, N. J.?FROM JUNK 1
J to September 1, u Cottage. furnished throughout;
11 vnwuni-, piuv>i.u <ii?ii ?*?riiuu? no,
ground and houses ; stabling lor three horses; coach houso
room for two carriages. Apply to Mr. AUTIiL'lt 8KWALL,
821 Broad ?u, from 10 A. M. to 2 P. M.
rpo UKNT-Kl KMSUKD HOl'SK. KOK CK.VlKNMAL
1 season; eight rooms: ysn, hath; on main street; 15
minutes' walk to the Park; cars within block for any part of
the city. Apply to P. J. DKKSSLKR, 1712 lirowu St.,
Philadelphia, Pa.
rpo ebSt at c ban ford, n7 j. (on central
J Kailrnad), f?<) minutes from Neve York, a handsome Potlaje
Villa, with modern linproveuicnts: large grounds and
convenient to denot; rent very moderate. Address box
lft*>7 New York Post oflice.
rpo kknl'-FiYL MINUTES* walk I KOM ilnllokps ,
i station, mi Erie Railway, u Collate with nine rooms; 1
t<nod cellar, hot und cold water, Ac,: purtiallv carpeted; ;
ground* (three acres) contain trnit and shade trees; good J
stable. Apply to EOWAKD t?. HIJACK. 25 Pino si.. New
York, or to THOMAS LOCK YE II, I! oh ok us, N. .1.
mo kent on new haven railroad, i'lnk RK8
1 idcuces, furnished, for the summer: also Cottages for
the summer or year. Apply to MELVILLE K. MEAD,
Sou th Not walk, i <iiu
1 Ml LPS i-RiiVTHK CENTENNIAL UUOUND8,
1 ) Chester county.?Farm, 71 acres, rich laud, running I
stream; III?tclass stone improvements; large stone houso j
in good order, well shaded; well adapted for summer boarders;
excellent orchard; tine, healthy location, price only ;
possession lor $.'i,(KJD; balance easy; quarter ol a
mile frotu depot of Pennsylvania Central Uailroad.
j. BaYLEY. 88 Kast 2Uih st.
Acna PKK V LAP. PARTLY KI KMS11KD COTrpcJv/v
taire, on t ontral Railroad, 1L hours.
UPLAND A \VHITINO, No. 5 Bookman st.
RBAis ESTATE TO EXCHANGE^
\N KLKli AST HOUSE IN NEWARK, CIlOlCE L<>
il cation. 10 cxcuaugo tor itmiso til jow lorn. Auuresa
NKWAKK. box ni'i Hot aid olfine.
KIN K RKSlDKRCK AND (i UOI'N 1>S - AT STAMI'ord.
t'onu , five and clear, to exchuiiKe for small
liwellinif, Iroiu iloth to 1' th at. anil Lexington to Madison
av. KINK A OKAY. 557 tllh nv.
Brooklyn hvvkllinus kok Brooklyn Lotsm
AIIIH s II. lai no. 55 Liberty at . New York.
PVk\v"nKW Dill IILK TKNKMKNT IIOLSKS, IIKI.Iliv
tkith ?t., for sale or exchange lor Lota or a farm, with
a little cash. Addrca* OWNKKS, l.'oaiyd ?v.
T.AOR SAI.K OR EXCHANliE--NKW Fl KX1TURS AJfD
f four years' Lease of a beautiful country seat, fronting
on New York Bay; two Horses, two Carriagca, Cow. eighty
Chickens and Implement*, for Iree and clear property only-;
filty minutes from City Hall, Now York. Addreaa II. it.
Herald olliee.
fitOR PALM OR KXCIIAM;K-AT LONO INLAND
I City, a beautiful place, I'rontiuir Last lilver, large
linuae, about two acre*. alutde and Iruit trees ; torso cara
pais the door; ten minutes Iroiu Hunter's I'olnt. Apply to
L. ti. A C. S. II UO\V X, '.si Broadway.
F"H)R SAI.K OR KXCMAMOR?A riMT CLAIM OODRtry
seat at Plttalleld, Mass.; this is wort!) tlie attention
ol those who know that licautilul city. ltlKhlt k CO.,
55 Liberty st.
Vtilt sail < IIK a I', OR KXCHANOR FOR IMPROVED
r oltv Prnoertv a l aroi ol MSI a. res at N'..w Knchollo
Apply toJAMKH A. FKHQUAON, lu Will it, room 49.
milALB OR WILL EXCHANGE FOR A STOCK
I of Dry Oooda? House, Tret and clear. Apply to HAMURL
JOIINHUM, Port ollloa, Wow Took.
PARTIES WANTING TO EXCHANGE MKKCflAN.
i ?I1m\ manufactured article* or Watches and Jewelry
for Orst cln?a Laud* In Yirgiula, rati do so by applying for
maps, geological reports and abstracts of title* to G. W.
GIIADV It'll, 89 IHf st , up dnn I
rpo KXCIIANGR?FOR FARM OK 100 ACRE*, STOCKED
1 ami live and clear ?New JtrW) preferred , ui jlMlM
French Flat and two pieces of .store Property, the whole
renting lor $7.tX*> p<r aniiittn. Owners only apply at stable
131 hast 49th st., ooruer of Lexington av.
REAL KSTATK \\ INTED.
11TAWTR0 !?? KXCHANOK?LABOR HIDRBIIKKL
If Steamboat, nearly new, tree and clear, furnished, for
good Real Estate, a little casti, Store Goods or Livery. Address
MOAT, box 1*8 Herald office.
~\\* ANTED?A SMALL IIOl'SR; PRICK MUST KR
*f low; will give about $4,tM.) worth of good saleable
Lots in ilr ioklvtt,'ree and clear; all Improvement* made,
and 83,000 cash, balance on mortgage. Address, with all
particulars, EXCHANGE, box 127 Herald oflire.
Kt ROPBAN KTRAXSIIIPS.
/TUWARO LIWR ?B AND N. A U. M s. 1\ CO
V' NOTICE
Win a view to dim in lab In if the chances of collision, the
steamers of this Hue take a specifle course for all seasons of
the year.
On the outward passage from <Jneen?t?'wn to New York or
Ronton, crossing the meridian of fid) at 43 latitude, or nothing
to the north or 4*1.
Gii the homeward passage, crossing the meridian at .V> at
42 latitude, or nothing to the north of 42.
from new York for Liverpool and qukknhrowx.
J AVA Wed . March 29 | CHINA Wed . April 12
ALGERIA Wed. April 3| Itolll.MA Wed. April Id
Steamers marked do not carry steerage passengers.
Cabin passage, #? '. #1'** and jplMit, gold, according to acCom
modal lot i Return tickets on favorable terms
Steerage tickets to and from all parts of Euror>e at very
low rates. Freight ami passage office No. 4 Howling Oreeu.
I'll \ UI I V 11 i If i Vi ft.' f V V * .......
LMAIK LINK
O NEW VniiK TO OLAMOOW. LtVKKI'OOL, DUBLIN,
HKI.KAsT AN 1* l.ONDONDKKKY,
from pier N.-riii itiver (loot ut Canal it.) a- follow*:?
MATH OK VIKOINIA TlinrvUy. March 33
STAT I', ill' INDIANA,., .Vhuraday, April 0
!?TATK OK I'l.NN>V LVAN i * ...Tliitraday, April *>
ahd every alternate Thnraday thereafter. Klr?t cabin. $ ?>,
If To ami $mii; roiurn ticket*. fflUU. Second cabin, $45; return
tirketi, f" Sletnjl at loweat nm. Apply tu
AUSTIN HAl.OWIN A I O,, Ag?nl?, N,. Ti Broadway, X. Y.
Steeratre paaaape office, ."> Broadway.
WIUMI LINK KR SOUTH ANl'ToX AND HULL,
? ? railing IroM-fier IKI North Kiver. a* followi :?
NAVAKINO March I OT'lKLLO \prll XI
C' ll.OMilii April H | HINDOO Mat ?
Klrat cabin, 37", currency. ternnd cabin, #C>. currency.
Eimnlee ticket* on eery lav >rablc term* Tnfwn?h ticket*
Innril tn Continental and Baltic porta. Apply (or (tali partinner*
to CUAKLks u WRIGHT A CO.. W Boutb a*.
: HERALD, SATURDAY, ]V
BIROPKAS NT K AM SHIPS.
V OKTH OMIM AN LLOYD.
I\ bTKAVSIIll' I. INK HtrVYIiEX NEW YORK,
I Sol I'llAMriuN ANli Bremen.
Cumuany'i tiler, to.it nt '.'U at.. llubuken.
MOSUL Sat.. March 25 ' NEOlvAK Sat., April 8 j
llARsUmm Hat.. April 1 ( ODKK Sal . April 15 !
Katra ot pa.s.i^e from New York to Southampton, liavro
' or lire man * ?
Kirat I'aiiln. Sl'-O, ?old; Second Cabin, #00, fold; Steerate.
63U. currency.
lCoturn tickets at reduced rate*,
l'repaid steraire certibcates, jiii, currency.
Fur ireicbt or paaauue apply to
OKI.Itli' lis a CO., No. J Butellng preen.
fx MA jj TIN I-?MAIL STEAMER* "
I FOR QI'IRNSrOVVN ANI) LIVERPOOL
t'H'Y OK PARIS.... buturdiry, March 23. ?t ,'i I', M.
*11'Y OF I'llhSIKK .Saturday, April 1. at II A. M.
Oil* OK NEW YO RK.... Saturday, April H, nt .1 1'. M
CITY OF RICHMOND .. .TUuraday. April 13 at ? A. M.
CITY Or MONTREAL....Saturday. April 23 at 3 li M.
- From pier 4a North River.
Cabin paaiacy *>o, $e>0 and JlOO, pold
Steerage $>? currency
Droits issued at lowest rate*.
JOHN (i. DALE, Apent, 15 and 33 Broadway, N. Y.
A NcTlOR LINK, ~
il CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAIL.
NEW YORK AND GLASGOW.
ANCIIORIA Saturday, March 25. at 3 P. M.
ETHIOPIA ...Saturday. April I, at 11 A. M.
VICTORIA Saturday. Anril 8 at 3 P.M.
v.ai.i r uit.s i a i^Biuruay, April 10, nt tu a. .*.
TO uLASHoW, LIVERPOOL. LONDONDERRY.
QUKKNSTOWN OR BELFAST.
Cabin, $05 to #mii, currency, aecordiutf to accommodation.
INTERMEDIA I K, fa.'.; steoraire, t\lf.
Drafts issued lor any sinount ut current rates
HENDERSON HKOS, Ajrent*. .V., 7 liowlinc <ircen
Rational UKIT
i_\ From piers 44 and 47 North Hirer.
FUR LONDON DIRECT.
HOLLAND Thursday, March ao,9A- M.
FOR QIJEF.N8TOWN AND LIVERPOOL.
ITALY. Marc it J5. a I'. M. I THE QUEEN', April 8. :l P.M.
KtlYPT. April 1, II;:*) A. M. | UKL\ KT!A.ApTl5.9:30A.M
Cabin pa???Ku, $<>0 and $70, currency. Return tickets at
reduced rates.
Steeraye passage, F-'ti, currency. Prepaid steeraito tickets
lYom England. Ireland and Scotland at tlie lowest rates.
Drafts issued I'roro LI upward, ut current prices.
Apply at the company's offices, 00 Broadway.
, F. W. J. Ill'RET, Manager.
WHITE STAR LINE.
VV FOR QUKKNSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL
CARRYING THE UNITED S i A TEA MAIL.
The steamers ol this lino tuko tin) Lane Routes rocommended
by Lieutonant Maury, U. 8. N., ttoiug soutb of the
Bunks on thu passage to Queeustuwu ail tiie year round.
I ADRI ATIC March 25, at 8 P. M.
i BALTIC April 1, at 11 A. M.
I REPUBLIC April 8, at S P. M.
I GERMANIC April 15. at It) A. M.
CELTIC April 22. at H P. M
Front the White Star Docks, pier 52 North River.
Rates?Saloon, $HU, $"0> anil flOl, In gold; return tickets
on roK*;>nauie term*, moorage,
Saloon, staterooms, smoking atul batb rooms nro placed
amidships, where the noise and mowtuu are leant, affording a
decree of'comfort hitherto unattainable at sua.
f or inspection of plane and other information apply at the
company s oil ice, 37 Broadwuy, New York.
R. J. CORTIS, Agent
/SltEAT WESTERN STEAMSHIP LINE.
I \JC TO BRISTOL (ENGLAND) DIRECT.
Selling from pier IS Kant River, it a follow*:?
CORNWALL, Stamper Tuesday, March 28.
UKKAT WESTERN, Windham Saturday, April 8,
Cebln passage, $75; intermediate, $45; steerage, $3o, currency;
excursion tickets, $I2I>; prepaid steerage certificates,
$2tJ. Apply to W. D. MOltit AN, Agent, 70 South *t.
HAMBURG AMERICAN PACKET COMPAN V'8 LINE
lor PLYMOUTH, CHERBOURG and HAMBURG.
WIELAND March 30 I SlIKVlA. April 13
CI Mil HI A April | GELLERT April 20
Rates of passage to Plymouth, London, Cherbourg, liatn- I
burg and all poiuta in England, Scotland and Wales
Cabin, first saloon, gold $100
Cabin, second saloon, gold BO '
Steerage, currency 30
KCMIARDT A CO., C. 11. RICH ARD A BOAS,
General Agents, General Passenger Agent**,
CI Rroad at.. New York. til Broadway. New York.
UNITED STATES"MAIL LINK? STEAM lO ^UEENSTOWN
AND LIVERPOOL,
sailing every Tl'KSDAV,
from pier 4t 1 North River.
WYOMING Tuesday, April 4, at 2 P. M.
IDAHO Tuesday, April 18, at 1 P. M.
NEVADA Tuesday, April 25, at 3 P. M. '
Cubin, $05. $70 unil $8U, currency.
Intermediate, $40; steerage, $20.
Passengers hooked to and from Paris. Hamburg, Nor- j
way, Sweden, Ac. Drafts on Ireland, England, France and
Germany at lowest rates
WILLIAMS A GUION, 20 Broadway.
QNLT DIRECT LINE TO FRANCE. j
THE GENERAL TRANSATLANTIC COMPANY'S MAIL
STEAMERS BETWEEN NEW YORK AND
rAI.I.IVi: AT l?T.V\ll*ITTII //I l?.
lor tho landing of passengers.
Tlio splendid vessels oil this iavorito mute for the Continent
(being mure southerly than uny other) will sail ftoiu
?lcr No. 4.T North lllver, as follows:?
ABRADOK (Sunglter) Saturday, April I
A'dKRlyl E (I'ouaoU) Saturday, April 15 I
FRANCE (ITudetle) Saturday, April 22
PRICE OF PASSAGE IN OOLD (Including wine)
First cabin, $ 110 to $120, according to accommodation.
Second, $72. Third, $41'.
Return tickets at reduced rates.
Steerage, $20, with superior accommodation, including i
wine, bedding and utensils, without extra charge.
Steamers inurkud thus * do not carry steerage passengers
LOLIS DE BE ill AN. Agent. 5o Broadway.
Most direct and economic route to h'ol
LAND. EELOIUM. THE RHINE, SWITZERLAND,
AC., AC., VIA ROTTERDAM.
STEAMER MAAS March 3D
STEAMER ROTTERDAM April I t
These beautiful steamers, carrying the United States mail
to the Netherlands, are trrent favorites with the public.
Trips regular, rates low; comfort and living perfect.
For freight. For passage,
FCNCII, EDYE A CO. L. W. MORRIS,
50 Broadway.
mUE~ SUNDAY TELEGRAM.
1 ALL THE LATEST LOCAL NEWS,
SI'EC IA1, DESPATCH ES
FROM VLL I'll I NTS OF IMPORTANCE,
MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES, UsKM'L IN FORMATION
AM) EVERY' I 111 NO WORTH READING.
l'Rlt'K TWO ui:m,'DONOVAN
ROSS A 8 TEAMSH IF PASSAOK OF- I
lice.?Steamers evory day. Cork, Liverpool, Glasgow,
Derry; Railroad Tickets; Oralis, payable everywhere.
O'Donovan Ross i's Hotel, 182 Cliatham square.
COAST \\ HE STKAAISIIIl'S.
1)ACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP LINE
FOR CALIFORNI A, JAl'AN, CHINA, AUSTRALIA,
NEW ZEALAND, BRITlsli COLUMBIA, .to., Ac.,
sailing from pier foot of Canal St., North River.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO, VIA ISTHMUS OF i'A.VAMA,
Steamship COLON Friday, March hi, 12 uoon
connecting lor all Central American Hhd South I'acillc ports.
FROM SAN FRANCISCO TO JAPAN AND CHINA,
CI TY oF l'KKIN April I
PROM SAN FRANCISCO TO VICTORIA, PORT TOWNSEND,
TACOMA, PORTLAND, AO.. Ac.,
on the lUth and 25tli ot every month.
For freight or passage apply at loot ol Canal st., N. R.
11. J. BU I.LAV, Superintendent,
CVoR NASSAU.^ P-A FAMOUS WINTER RESORT.?
1 Regular mall steamships from New York via Savannah,
March 2S and April H; from SnvHiinah, April 1 and April
12. MURRAY, FERRIS A CO.. l!2 South at.
OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP COMPANY,
sailing from pier 37 North River.
For Norfolk, City Point and Richmond, Tuesday!, Thursdays
and Saturdays at 3 P. M., connecting with the Virginia
and 'Tennessee Air Line, Atlantic Coast Line. Piedmont Air
Line, Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, and with tiie eompMiiy's
steam lines to interior points In North Carolina and
Virginia. Newborn and Washington, N. C. (via Norfolk),
every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
Lawti, IM.. Monday and Thursday at 4 1*. M., connecting
with Maryland and Delaware railroads.
i*Mrnnr tccununo4>tl(ini muurpanod.
! Through passage ticket* tnil hills or lulling to nil point* at
' lowest lalos. Insurance to Nortoln, Ac., *4 pereout. irolglit
! received daily at pier a7 North Kivor. tieueral oilices, 137
Greenwich at. N. L. MCvWAOTi President. |
NEW Y(litK AND HAVANA DIRECT MAID LINK.?
These tlrwt class steamships will nail nt a P. M. from
pier 1? North Klvor. foot of Cedar street, for Havana direct, ;
as follows :?
I COLUMBUS Tuesday, March 38 .
j CRESCENT CITY Thursday, April 0 I
For freight nud passage, having unsurpassed accoinmoda- |
It i on a. apply to
\VM. 1'. CLYDE A CO., No, 6 Bowling Green.
McKEI.LKK, U1L1NU I CO., Agenuln Havana.
ONLY DIRECT LINK TO FLORIDA.?WEEKLY LINK I
to Port Royal. S. C.; Furnandina, Fla.; Brunswick,
Ua.. sailing every Thursday, trora pier 30 East River. The
steamer AbIILaND, Captain Crowell, will tail Thursday, !
March at), at 8 I*. M., lor Fernandlna and Fort Koyal.
Through tickets itsned to all points in Florida. For Ireiglit
or passage apply to i'. II. MAI.LORY A Co., or HERMAN
UKLPCKK, 148 Maiden laue.
Nr Y? HAVANA AND MEXICAN MAIL KS. LINK.
Steamers leave pier No. a North lliver at a 1'. M.
FOR HAVANA DIRECT.
CITY OF NEW YORK Thursday. March 30
I CITY OF MKKIDA Tuesday. April 11
CITY OF VERA CRESS .Thursday. April 13
FOB VERA CRUZ AND NEW ORLEANS
I via Havana, Frogrvso, Canipeachy, Tuspati nmt Tampico.
: CITY OF MERIliA Tuesday, April 11
I CITY OF MEXICO Tuesday, May 3
For freight or passage applv to
F. ALEXANDER A SONS, 31 and 33 Broadway.
Steamers will leave New Orlean- Match 2tl and April 10
' for Vera ('run and ail other ports.
STAR BALL LINK.
UNITED STATES AND BRAZIL MAIL STEAMSHIPS,
sailing monthly troni \t atson's wharl, Brooklyn, N. Y..
, for l'AKA, PKKNAMBCCO. B.tllU nud KlU JANEIRO,
. catiiuu '?? -?- iiwiiu *, I uno IVICO,
NKLl.iK MARTIN. Saturday, April 15.
JOHN HRAM.Vl.L,
Passenger accommodation* first disss
fur freight ami iiu-agi, .it rodueod rates. apply to
J. H. TICKER Jk CO., Agents, 54 I'lne *L j
rpKXAS LINK rot IMLVNTOX, TOUOHINQ Al Of
1 West, carrying the tinted state* mail.?The steamer
OtTY Or SAN ANTON) A. Captain Pennington, will sail on !
Saturday, Mnrclt 'A*>, at J IV M.. Iruni pier JuKast lilvar.
Through bill* of lading given to all pmno <m the llonat m
ami 'Irxaa, central liiternittlonal ami tlroat Northern,
(I a 1 v *-?t on, Houston ami IIundersoil. and the Oalveston,
llarrlshn.v and Mit Antonio railroads. Freights ami In- I
suraiice at lowed rates. Kor freight or passage. having
atiperior accommodation*. apply to C. H. MAi.L'IRY A
I'll,, 153 Maiden Line, or W. r. CLYDE, No. il Howling
Preen. _______
I "L10B N'EIV ORLEANS Dili ROT.
r THE CROMWELL. LINE.
I lie stoainslitu
HI'UlllJX, Oantnin Onger,
on Saturday. March J.'\ at 3 o'clock P. Al..
from pior No, u North River,
through billa ol lading given to Mobile and ill principal
points on the Mississippi River.
Cabin passage, $AO; ate.-rage.
Apply to CLAtiK A SEAMAN, S8 Wait at.
MORUAN'S LINK. OK STEAMSHIPS,
for Now Orleans and Teaas,
| will sail every Salnrdav to New Orleans, tranaferring Texas
frrlght there to Morgan's Louisiana and leias Railroad for
Morgan City, tnenco per Morgan's lint of staatners to Taaae
; port'.
Tlio ALC.IK.US will sail from pier IV1 North River. New
York, on .-Saturday. March 35, at 3 P. M.. for New Orlcaua
i direct. .....
ThroiiAt nun ??i ivnn ; ?i|pmd 10 tonne. Oilrntrn and ?o
all point* on the t?alve*loti. Ilarrlfburg and San Antonio,
Hunaton and rcaaa Central. Inti mailonal and Ureal North01
ii. Trxa* and fnclfir anil Tr*n?Conttii*mal railroad*, and '
to liidiatiola and San Antonio, and ah point* on tin- (lull', j
Wratcrn Traa* an I 1'ariflc Railway, ilraao* r-aullafu, Corpu*
Clirietl. lln.Aport, St. Mar* ? and Fallon.
Kri'ifitt for St. Mary * and Fulton lauded at Itoekport.
Iil(lil*r?? and Channel dura at wither Coepn* Chiittl or
ttram* sanllH* at the expenw and rl-k of connfnw.
through ralr? to Bmwu??..le. Tia lllo tlrande It at I road.
InrnrancM ran be enacted under o) en sol ley ol C. A. Whitna*
A >*tr Tirana Krom N ? York to New <)rt?an?,
| a* r rent; Irom \e? York to all faxa* port* >ia Near Orlean*
percent.
Freight at lo?re?l rale*. For tr>l|ftl or further Inlorma- I
tiou apply ?c'UA;4Lfc!j ^ WillTNEY A CO.. Agent*.
I 1'iet on Noith itiver. I
IARCH 2f>, 187G.?WITH SI
COASTWISE! STF.AttSUIP*. |
TH()k 1IAI.IKAX N S \SiJ -r J . N. 1 - I
f Uromwth Una.?8'si taaMp (i?6. w \ stl i si.tom
will leave |ikr 1<! Mojth Kluiruu KVi.tsy. Aplii 7. at 3 I*. M. I
I suiti ps*-s . e. i" yoi I, in, i'tdm*; ?* < - mop und meals. to j
Ilitl Iss.f . to St. Jalius. #).?. Apply to CLsitk A ?KAman.
-hi West si
TUA VKI.LKHI' UL'lUiC.
t) txnbylvan ia atail.rllad
x i.ukat think line
a n i) L'n i r k l? states mail koutb.
Trains ieuee Saw York, vis De*hroa>us and Corllsudt.it. I
tarries, as follows :?
Lxpres>, lor u arris bnrg, Pittsburg. tlio West and soulu,
Willi Piilluisu palace car- .u two bed, J ..I I A M . li sod H JO
p. m. Sunday,0 slid n :;*) i' m.
For WiUiauisport and Lock Haven xt'J :30 a. m uad3:3u ;
1*. M. For Lorry ?nd Erie, s:3u p .M., connecting si j
Curry for i'ilinmlle, Petroleum Csutre snd the (>1! Regions. 1
For isulnmore, Washington Slid the South. "Limited Waib- i
In inn Express" of Pullman Parlor Oars dailv. except
sun day. i) .30 A. m ; srrire Washington 4:1" F il. Kcgu- i
lar si Si40 A M., 3 sud d 1*. .M. Suudsy.p. m.
Express lor Philadelphia, 7, 7 :3l), s .411,11:jo a. m ; 13:30, '
3, 4, 4 :lti, 5, 0, 7, S:3j, II p. m.. and 13 night Suudsy, a,
li, 7, 8 :3ll snd 9 p m. Emigrant snd second o'sss, 7 p. VL j
Furlrsitii lu Newsrk, Elisabeth. Ksnwsy. Princeton, Trenton.
Perth Ainboy, Heiniugton, lielvidere snd other
points, sue local schedules si all llcitet offices.
* - -i... . ... i, ??.i I,I.SU \| a?l I
U :20 P. M. daily; 10.1. A. M. and 7 :4U 1'. M. daily, except |
-Monday. From Washington and Baltimore, 6:21) A. M., |
4.-OS. 5:15 mid 10:27 IV M. Sunday, 6:2' A.M. brum i
Philadelphia. 5:10, 6:20,0:55, 10:11. 11 :'J0, 11:54 A. M., !
2:15, 4 :05, 5:15, 0:10, 7:40 H :41. 0:20, 10:27 1'. M. Sunday,
5:10.6:20, 0:55. 11:51A.M.. 7 :40, 0 :2U aud 10:27
J*. M
Tickei offices, 520 and 041 Broadway. No. 1 Astor Homo
ami toot of Dosbrosses mid Cortlandt at*.; No. 4 Court at.,
Brooklyn; Noa. 114, 110 und 116 Hudson at., llob.ikco.
Knuirraui ticket office, No. 8 Battery place.
FRANK THOMM>n\ D. M. BOYD. Jr..
Ccncral Manager, Ceneral Passeuger Agent.
I >111LADKLl'H I A. VI v LONO BRANCH AND THE
Nrw Jersey Southern Railroad.?K are from Now York
to Philadelphia only #2 25. commencing March 12, 1876.
Leave New York from pier 8 North Itiver, loot of Rector at.,
ut 10:45 A. M., for Philadelphia, Vlnetand and Tom* River.
At 4 1". M. for Philadelphia, I'uckerton and Toina River.
\V. S. SNEDKN, Ceneral Manager.
1JROTIDBNCK AND STi i NIN U TO N ST K A MS IIIP CO
NEW YORK AND BOSTON.
REDUCTION OK FAKE
between New York and Providence to$X
Between New York and llostou to $L
STONINOTON LINK.
From pier 32 North River, foot of Jay?t.,tho elegant
steamers RHODK ISLAND and NAltRAUANSETT daily
(except Suudaya,.at5)P.MKN),ii ^
From jiior 27 N. 11., loot of I'aVk place, steamship* ELKO.
TRA and ? tLATKA daily (except Sundaysl, at 4 : k) 1*. M.
WANTED TO PURCHANR.
ANITKLY FITTED WINK OK LIOUOR STORK;
must be cold cheap. Address II , box 1 <7 Herald oltice.
H'AVTKII-A SKELETON; I) IS A ilT IC U L AT E D PRK~1!
lerred. Address, stating price and where it can bo
Seen, M. D., New York, l'nst office box 1,202.
CIsOTHUICK
AT 1,271 BROADWAY, BETWEEN 321) AND 23D |
?ts.?Broadway pricos paid for cast-oil' Clothing Jow- '
clry, Ac., by calling on or addressing B. HARRIS, 1,274.
iTl? MINTZ'8, 422 6TI1 AV., ABOVt Wtt ST.,
JTl Broadway, prices paid In cash for ladles' and gentlemuiTs
Cast Otr Clothing, Carpets, Jewelry. Orders attended
by .Mr. or Mrs. Mints.
ABTROlsOOY?
\ ?NO IMPOSITION ?THE CKKATEST CLAlRVOY
j. v. uut, Mrs. ru.M r.u, .Miusiaciion given or no pay.
54 Le?ingtou av., near 25th at.
Xjl I'UOPKA.N, MEDICAL AND BUSINESS CLAIRVOYI
J ant. tells names, shows likenesses, 50c. and $1. 150
West 25th it.
MAilUIAGES AND DEATHS.
MARRIED.
Crow?Nichols.?On Wednesday, the 22d lust., by
the Hov. J. H. Lockwood, Williaji u Ckow, of new
York, to Xkllih A., second daughter ot Frederick:
iiicuuiB, ui nrooKiyii. i><? curus
Wiibatley?Holmes. ?On Thursday. March, 22, by
tlio Kov. William 1'. C'orbit, William WheatLKY to Mrs.
J. Holmes, all of ibis city.
DIED.
Barnes.?Suddenly, on Thursday evening, March 23,
Ciiarlottk K. Barnes, daughter ol Ambrose W. and
Elizabeth Barnes, la tl.e 20lli year of her age.
Funeral at is South 10th st., Brooklyn, E. D., on
Sunday. March 20, at two o'clock P. M.
Bum.rick.?On March 23, Mary, tbo beloved wile of
Marcus Urodriclc, in the 3Uth year ot her ago.
Kclutives and friends are rcsi>ectluily Invited to attend
her funeral, Iroin her late residence, 322 Mouroo
St., on Sunday, March 20, at half-past one I*. M.
iiLLKLKY ?At the residence of her son-in-law,'William
A. Wheeler. Fordhnin, N. Y., Thursday night,
March 23, Wealthy Ann Bclklry, relict of tho late I
Archibald Bulklcy, in the 84th year of her ago.
The relatives and friends of her family are respectfully
Invited to ultcud the luncrul, on Sunday. the 20th
lnst., from the church of the Kov. Dr. Conkling, 20tn
St. and Madison av., at two P. M.
lit 'kuril?On Thursday, March 23, James Be iters r, In
the 41st year of his age.
Relatives and friends of the family, also members of
Constitution Lodge, 241, F. and A. M., are invited to
attend tho funeral, from Trinity church, on Sunday,
Match 20, at halt-past ono P. M.
Burns.?March 23, Mary Burns, aged 70 years.
Friends are invited to attend tho funeral, on Sunday,
20th inst.. at Calvary chapel, East 23d su
Carson.?On Friday, 24th lust., Mary Ann Carson,
lu tho OSth year ol her ago.
Funeral Irom the residence of her sdn-in-law, No.
000 7til av., ou Suuday, at half-past ono. '
Christie.?At Euglowood, N. J., Friday, March 24,
Miss Caroline, eldest daughter of l'elcr R. Christie,
aged 41 years.
The relatives and friends are respectfully invited to
utteiul the funeral, from the Third Hslorined Dutch
church, Euglowood. Monday, March 27, at oue o'clock
P. M. Carriages will be at station.
Cook.?On Friday, March 24, at her residence, 110
av. C, Mary E., wits of William \V. Cook.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
Crawkoril ? March 24. Anna Bella, only child of j
Robert T. and Emma J. Crawford, aged 2 years, 0 j
months and 22 days.
'Trie relatives and friends of the family are respect- !
fully invited to attend the funeral, on Sunday, at two j
o'clock, from tho residence of her grandparouts, 347 .
West 43d St.
Dankortil?At eleven o'clock on Wednesday morning,
March 22, Charles Daxvouth, iu the 70th year of !
his age.
Funeral from his lato residence, corner of Market
and Church sts., 1'atcrsou, N. .1., on Saturday, 25th
lust., at two o'clock P. M. Relatives and friends ara
respectfully Invited to attend. Truin, via Erie Rail
road, leave* loot or Ghumucrs st. at 12 M.
Dklankv.?On Thursday, March 23, Patrick i>k- j
lanky, a native of Furmhill. county Mayo, Irclaud,
aged 58 years.
tho relatives and (rlends arc invited to attond the ,
funeral, on Sunday, March 20, at two 1'. m., from his i
lute residence, 423 Kust 17th st.
Dkkuah.?At tho rcsid-'nce of his son, j. h. Dorhatn,
Green Sea, s. c., March 24, Michakl Dkruam. a nativo
of Loughroa, county Mulway, Ireland, aged t>7 years.
Never hud a physician or used a doao of physic In
his hie.
California and Irish papers please copy.
Dotv./?On March 23, near Poughkcepsio, Zilimiia
i'owkll Dotv, widow of Joseph u. Doty, in her 70th
year.
DoconcRTT.?On Thursday, March 23, Patrick
Doi oukrty, in the 37th year or Ins ago.
The relatives and friends ot the lainily aro respect
fully Invited to attend tho funeral, from the residetico i
of his sister. No. 41h Washington st, on Sunday, March j
20. at two o'clock p. m.
Douuukiitt.? In Fairfield, Conn., on Friday morning, i
March 24. kllknt., i>cloved wile ol William Dougherty, {
formerly of Brooklyn.
Notice ol' funeral In Sunday's papers.
Dkiscoi.l.?on Wednesday. March 22, Danikl Dkis- i
coll, a native of liundon, county CorK, Ireland
toe funeral will take place from his residence. 330 i
West 20th at., at two o'clock p. h., on Saturday,
March 25.
Dunns.?Ou Friday, March 24. Inst., Jamkn Dcnnk, j
native of Uurkuuhoe, couuty Tipperary, Ireland, aged |
07 years.
Relatives nnd friends are respectfully invited to at- !
tend the tuneral, Irolu his late resolutive, 115 West 10th
St., on Sunday, March 20, at two p. m.
Ki.diui.uk.?In this city, on the 23d insL, John s. Kli)iiii.uk,
ot Canton, Mass., aged 57.
klpkiid.? Ou Friday, March 24, of pneumonia, Ei.i*a
ki.ohuo. widow of the lalo Thomas w. Klderd, in tbo
76lh year of hor ago. '
Relatives and fricuds aro Invited to attend tho funer- j
nl services, at the residence ot her daughter, Mrs.
Nash 17'is.man. No. 237 West 52d st., ou Sunday after- 1
no.'ii. March 20. at live o'clock.
Kmmons.?At Now Utrecht, i,oug Island, on Thurs- <
day, March 23, John a. Emmons, in the 72d year of his '
age.
Relative* and Irlcuds of the family are Invited to at- i
tend his fuuor.il, at his lute residence, on Sunday, 1
March 20. at three o'clock p. M. a special car w ill
leave nrruQMiniu mi ohii-jiui ivug cioca. i
Fi.khim;.?March 24, 1'atkick Ki.khi.vo, third eldest
8110 or Miirlhaaml Margaret Fleming, of the parish of
Ar ess, Queens county, Ireland, In the 2Stti year of his
???
Relatives and Iriends of the family, and those of his i
broth' rs, Thomas, John and James, are roapectiully in- '
vited to attond his funeral, from his late residence.
No. 236 Kaat lldtlt St., ou Sunday, 20th in?t, at one
o'clock.
Uaraiirant.? At Cenireville, N. J., on Thursday,
March 2d, 1H70, Coknkua Caihxh, wile of John GaVabraut.
aged 83 years.
IJolatlves and t nerds of the family aro respectfully
invited to attend the funeral, from Dor lato residence,
on Sundav. March lid, at one o'clock F. M. Interment
at Cedar (.awn.
Galloway.?On Friday, of scarlet fever, Loris. onlv
daughter of KJ w hi and km ma L. Galloway, In the 7th
year of her age.
Funeral services will l>? held at the residence of hor
parents. No. 844 Hudson at., this (Saturday) evening,
at hall-part seven o'clock.
Uarrhtt.? In Jersey City, on March 24, Josarn II.,
son of Thomas M and Margaret A. Garrett, aged 1
vf?fir H mnritl.u nml If! ilnvs
KHailvcs and friends of tbo family arc Invited to i
nttond the funeral, on Sunday, March 'id, at two ,
o'clock, (rom toe residence of hot parents, 121 Vroom
St., near Itergcn av., Jersey City heights.
UiMirtuy.?On the 24th mat., at Philadelphia, Mrs. 1
Ai.Krr.% Uarkrthon, In the ilst year of ner age.
KeUuv, Hand friends are respectfully invited to at- I
trod the funeral service*, to be held at First church,
Bother vtlle, N. J.. on Sunday, 'Jtilh mat,, 1*. M,
IlKte.Ka. ? fu Brooklyn, on Friday, March 2-1,
Chhmi.k- lienor*, aged 41 yeats
I'he relatives and Irionds of the lamlly are respect- ;
fully Invited to attend the funeral services, at his
lute resklefice. No. 1ST Vanuerbilt av., on Monday, at
halt past two o'clock, luterimul at Madison, N. J., !
on fuesdav. J
JPPLEMENT.
Biocus.?On Thursday, March SO, after a short illti'
hk, MkiH4.il. RiutiiM8, a native ul Knin-killen, county
Fermanagh. Ireland. in ibod4th year of his age.
Tbo relatives and Irinud* are respectfully requested
to attend bta fiiueral, Irurn his late residence, Nn. aai
Kant hath bt, on Sunday, March 26, at bnir-paat two
o'clock.
Knntskillen papers please copy.
tloiiHY.?O! pueurnouta, In Unioltlyi. on Wednesday,
March ?!, Sakaii Thomas, wile ol Joseph H. Hobby, in
the ttSth year of her age.
4'hc tuueral will lake place 00 Sunday. March 2d, at
two o'clock P. M., lroin her late real deuce No 12 Si.
Mark's av., between 6th aud dth ava, Brooklyn. The
relatives aud Irieuds ol the family are invited to attend.
Hull.?lu Baltimore, on thc22d insL, of pneumonia,
Jank. wilo ol ueo l. Hull, of Morristown, n. J., and
daughter of lion. Sam'I A. Fool, of Geneva, N. Y.
Funeral at Morristown, N. J., on Saturday, 25th
lust., at hall-past two P. M.
Imiiuauam.?Suddenly, on Thursday, 22d lust., al
Bay City, Mich., ama* Inukaiiam.
Notice of luucral hcreattcr.
Jacobi a?Ou Thursday, March 23, 1876, at her residence,
52 Charles sL, Laura, wile of John H. Jacobus,
aged 20 years. 2 months and 25 days.
Funeral sorvicos from her Into residence, on Sunday
afternoon, March 20, at lour o'clock. The remains will
be taken to Miitdlctown, N. Y., for interment, on Monday
morning.
Kklly.?March 24, 1870, Joun J. Kxlly, aged 36
years.
ltelulires and friends are invited to attend the fu- j
neral, from his late residence, No. 5 Catliarine slip, ou i
Sunday. March 20. at 2 P. M Also the E. A. Kimball !
Post. No. 100, and Hawkins' Zouaves' Axaociutiou
(Ninth New York volunteers) and sixty-ninth infantry,
N. U.S. NY.
Kxafp.?tin Thursday, March 23, 1876, Katb F., wifo
of Shepherd F. Knapp, of Audubon Park, Washington
Heights.
Kunoral services will be held at the Rrlck church,
corner of 87lh at. and 6th av., Monday, tho 27th insL,
at eleven o'clock A. M.
Ladkwio.?On Thursday, March 28, J. H. Nicolas
Ladkwio, aged 41 years, 6 months and 29 days.
Relatives and irivnds ot tho (auilly, also the members
of Steubeu Lodge, No. 133, U. O. 8. Ik, aro invited to
attend tho luneral, from llio Kvungeltcul Lutheran St.
Paul's church, corner of .South 1st and Uth sts., Brooklyn,
K. D., on Sunday, March 2ti, at tiro o'clock I*. M,
Laiort.?On Thursday, March 28, in the 64ih year
oilier ago, Cauoli.nk C., widow of William K. Laight
and daughtor ol the late Henry A. Coster.
ltelntives and friends ot the family are invited to at
mm >I.C IUIICI.U ocmtua, UU i-?LUMIOJ 1IWIUWU,
lu.-it., ut Grace church, at three o'clock.
Lkxxox.?Suddenly, on Wednesday, March 22, Eliza
Ja.sk I.knnox, beloved wilo ol P. F. I.eunon and daughter
of John and Margaret Agues Dwycr, of Guticnberg,
Hudson county, N. J., aged Jo years and IX months.
Funeral from ber lata rosidencc, 408 3d av.. on Saturday,
March 25, at one o'clock 1'. M. ; Ihcueo to
Calvary Cemetery lor interment.
Ltoxs.?Ou Friday, tho 24th Inst., of apoplexy,
Bkiookt, the beloved wife of Michael Lyons, aged 52
years, a native of Gatryindirk, parish of Ellin, county
Limerick, Ireland.
Tho relatives and friends are respectfully invited to
attend the funeral, from her late residence, No. 551
East 16th St., on Sunday, the 2tith Inst., at one o'clock.
LvsAUiir.?At No. 2-7 City Hall place, on Friday,
March 24, Kiohakd, tho beloved sou of Patrick und
Mary Lysaght, aged 2 years, 11 mouths and 15 days.
Funeral will take place on Sunday, March 26, at ono
o'clock, Irotn the rosidencc of his parents.
Makstox.?On Friday, March 24, Mary A., wife of
Stanhope W. Murstou, In tho 09th year of her age.
Kcluttvos and friends are respectfully Invited to attend
tho funeral, from hor late residence. No. 234 F.ast
21st St., on Sunday, March 26, at two o'clock.
Mkiicua.t.?Jaxk M. Merchant, wife of Robert
Merchant, of heart disease, after nine weeks' guttering,
March 23, 1870, at four o'clock A. M.
Funeral takes placo on Sunday, March 26, at ono
o'clock 1'. M., from her lato residence, 5U1 l'acillc si.,
Brooklyn.
McCaddix.?On Friday, the 24th inst., Hbxby lieCaudix,
In the 87th year of his ago.
Notice of funeral In Sunday's paper.
McMaiiox.?On Thursday, March 23, Joseph McMaiiox,
native of Kilrush, county Clare, Ircdaud, in tho
65th year of his ago.
Friends are respectfully Invited to attend his funeral,
on Suturday, at ono o'clock, front his residence, 398
Greenwich st.
PaxTox.?In Osborn, DoKalb county, Mo., on tho
15th inst., Mrs. Mary E., wife of Captain William
Puxton, aged 49 years.
PkLonkK.?At Westchester, N. Y., on Friday, March
24, 1876, Elizaukth, wile ol Richard Pelcber, aged 38
years.
The relatives ami friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral, uu Sunday, March
2(1, at halt-past two o'clock P. M., from St. l'eter's
church, Woslehoster.
Pkhzkl.?Marie 1'krzel, March 24, at Meran (Tyrol},
Austria.
Pn si. a a.?On Wednesday, March 22, Edward Pdblan,
in the 34lh year ol his age.
Relatives and friends, also members of Baltic Lodge,
Mo. 284. F. and A. M ; Progressive Chapter, No. IDS,
It. A. M., and Do Witt Clinton Commandcry, No. 27,
K. T., are Invited to attend the funeral, from tbo Loo
avenue Baptist church, Brooklyn, K. D., ou Sunday,
March 26, at ball-past ouo O'clock P. M.
PliKLrs.?On Friday, March 24, ol diphtheria, I.ii.i.ib
Loi'isa, daughter of'Napoleon B. and ltuth L. Phelps,
aged 4 years and 0 mouths.
Relatives and friends of the family are invited to
attend the funeral, lroin the residence ol her parents,
No. Ill Kasl 89th St., on Monday, the 27lh insL, at
half-past two P. M.
Pons.?AI tor a long and painful illness, Anthony
Pons, of Gibraltar, uged 63 years.
Tlio iriemls of tlio raimly and members of George
Washington I.oilgo, No. 284, K. and A. M., and Palestino
Chapter, No. 265, It. A. M , are invited to attend
the Itinera!, on Sunday, March 26, from his late residence,
No. 306 Kost 23d si., at one o'clock P. M.
Gibraltar papers please copy.
1'KBNDKVit.LK.?tin Friday, March 24, at half-past
two o'clock A. M., Thomas Puknukvillk, aged 64 years.
Kelatlres and Iriends ol tlio lainily are respectfully
Invited to ullcnd the luuerai, from his late residence,
No. 1110 Fust 30lh St., ou Sunday, March 20, at two
o'clock 1'. M. *
1'KiKii.?At her residcuco, 18 Fast 41st sl, on Friday,
March 24, at four 1'. M., ol paralysis, Mrs. Saltan
l'roch.
The friends of her daughtors, Mrs. Kichmond Winsor
and Mrs. J. 11. Bursoll, and her son, William L., are
rospcctlully invited to attend her funeral, on Monday, i
March 27. at the Keforuied Fpiscopal church, Madison >
(iv. and 47th st., at one P. M.
Kuatioan. ?On Thursday. 23d inst,, at soven o'clock
A. M., Kov. L. J. Khatuian, pastor of St. Augustine's ;
Koman Catholic church, otu av., corner Bergen St., |
llrooklyu, aged 30 yours.
ltevercud clergy, relatives and friends are respectfully
invited to attend it solemn re<imoin, at the abovo
church, on Saturday, 25th msL, at eleveu o'clock A. M.
Interment at Cemetery ol Holy Cross, Flutbush.
Kick. ? lu llrooklyu, March 24, 1876, Ciiaki.ks H.
Kick, aged 86 years and 7 mouths.
The relatives and friends ol iho family are respectfully
invited to ulteud the lunoral, from Iho residence
ol his lathcr-ln-lhw, John L. Gasscrt, Esq., No. 226 I
Scbermprhorn st., on Suuday, March 26, at three
o'clock P. NL
Kikkk.?In Brooklyn, on Wednesday, March 21, I
Aukauam KikXB, iu tlie 86th year of his age.
Kelatives and friends of the family are respectfully
Invited to attend bis funeral, trom his laic residence,
US Dean street, Brooklyn, on Sunday afternoon, at two
o'clock.
Kvkii.?At Central avenue. Yonkcrs, March 21, Edward
U. Kykr, aged 69 years.
Kolativcs and Iriouds are Invited to attend tho
funeral, on Sunday, March 26, at throe o'clock P. M.,
from Ills lato residence. Carriages will meet the 1
o'clock train from 3Ulh st., N. Y. C. and U. K. K., at
Youkers.
SsiuMidiii? On Wednesday evening, March 22, at his
residence, No. 36 Clinton place. William B. Skiumokk, 1
iu tho 86th your of his ago.
The relatives and friends of the family uro respect- j
fullv invued to attend the luuerai. Irom the Central
Methodist Episcopal church, on 7lh av., near 14ih at., |
on Saturday morning, March 26. ut half-past tnn o'clock
Smith.?Ou Friday, March 24, Julia An, the beloved
nnd only daughter ol Michael and Sarah Smith, aged
10 ycum, U mouths and 17 days.
The funeral will take place from the residenco of her
parents, No. 9>.; StutifjLt., New York, on Sunday, the
2<ilh met., at one o clock. Relatives and Iriends aro
respectfully Invited to attend.
Stark.?At Iianhury, Conn., March 23, John B.
Stark, aged 31 years.
Funeral on Saturday, 25th, at two P. M., from the
residence of his father, Chas. K. Slarr.
Tax IfitoKCK.?In New York, .March 23, Marietta
tlx ilkosck.
The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully
Invited luattenl the funeral, from the Reformed
Dutch church, corner of ltd a v. and 121?t st., on Sunday,
the 2ff'.h lush, at four 1*. M.
Thompson On Friday, 24th inst., of pneumonia,
JamwsThompson, ol Bloom Hill, Kings county, Ireland.
The rolatlvos and friends of the Unnly are invited to
attend the funeral, from his lato residence, 240 Fast
3oi11 ml, ou Sunday, March 20, at one o'clock 1*. M
TiKuxitr.?At Home lor Incurables, March 23, Mart
Tikkxkt.
Ftyioral frotn St. John'* College, Fordham, Sundae,
at two o'olock.
W'klsk.? At Aiken, S. C., on March 22, Gbokuk W. i
Wklhii, in the 62d year of bin age.
Kelalives and friends of the family are respectfully
Invited to attend the funeral, on Auuday, March 26. at
two P. M., from the Scotch Presbyterian church, 14th
sL, near 6th av.
Whartok.?Martha E. Sapiiar, wife of Robert i
Wharton, in the 32U year ol her ago.
Funeral Sunday, alone P. M. Iroin her late residence,
140 West 3d st The members of York Lodge, No. 197,
F. and A. M., arc respectfully invited.
Wooos ?Suddenly, on Thursday, March 23, F.lizabkth
I No Lis, wile ol George Woods.
Funeral Irom her late residence, Spring Valley, on
Saturday, March 26, ut one o'clock P. M. Trains v:n
Northern Railroad, from loot West 23d st., at 9:16, and
Chambers si. at 9:46.
COOPE1* UNION. j
Tho IMl lecturo In the Ireo course of scientific lectures
for the people at the Cooper Union will uko place
in the great hall this evening. lie subject will bo
"The Geological lliaiory ol Man,'' and the lecturer l)r.
J. 8. Newberry, of Columbia College.
MKS. FUCHS AGAIN IN JAIL.
Mrs. Fuclis, the wlteof the murderer, was committed
to tho Raymond Street Jail, on charge of intoxication,
for ten days, by Justice Semlcr, of Brooklyn, yesterday.
The uulortunute woman pawned or sold all of
Iter available effects, alter her release on Thursday last,
mid drank whiskey till she was unable l? take care of
herself. She was i|UUe reconciled upon being relumed
to jail. It is not pro'ubfe tliat she will again t>e given
Ibo custody of the child, who will no doubt be sent to
some benevolent Institution.
REAL ESTATE.
f
The attendance at the Exchange salesroom yesterday
was large; but ltule life was manifested In the bidding,
excepting lu the sale ot a lot on Ktfib avenue, neai
r.igmyseveuth street, which brought me nigu price wi
$28,000.
The following is s list of the sales:?
A. J. Bleecker fit Son sold, bv Supreme Court foreclosure
dc roe, I'hilo T. IluRgles, referee, one lot,
26x140, on Ififill avenue, south side, 60.8 feet north of
Eighty seventh street, with perpetual right of way
over open lot, lOxlGO. 8 In rear, fronting on Eikhtyseventh
street, for 128,000, to the Oriental Savings
Bant.
R. V. Harnett sold, by 8upremo Court foreclosure ?
decree, George W. Wingate, referee, three houses, with
lots, each 26.4x100.6, on East Foriy-fourtb street,
north aide, 106 feet east of Second avenue, for $10,000
each, to John 1). Jones, the plaiutttf,
A. H. Muller M Co. sold, by Suprume Court foreclosure
decree, John M. liarhouf, referee, a four story
br.ck store and dwelling, with lot 30x02, on West Sixteenth
street, north side, 204.4 leet east of Teuth avenue,
for $760 over a mortgage, with interest, amounting
to $10,030, to 1". H. Hoiop.
Hugh N. Cuinp sold, by Sui>reme Court foreclosure
decree, Charles A. Jackson, referee, a four story brick
house, with lot 25xlOU5, on West Forty-third street
south aide, 140 feol east of Tenth avenue, lor $2,000
inerttruen of *4.00(1. to Julia Whitchurch, thfl
plaintiff.
N. W. I'oates sold, by Supreme Court foreclosure decree,
Edward W. sfctiell, referee, a plot of land 50.8j
113.3x50x121.8, on SL Nicholas avenue, west slile,
50.7 lect south oi 14lsl street, lor $4,400, to Newton
W. Ilotl; also a plot 50.8x135.4x50x143.9. on the
same avenue, cast eiilo, 304.7 lect south ol 141st street,
for $3,000, to same purchaser.
l'KIVATK SAI.KS.
Tho plot of land, 200x208.11, on the west side ol
Eighth avenue, between Ninety-Orst- and Ninety-second
streets, sold for $50,000.
The house and lot, 25x100.5, on tho*oulh side of Fif.
ty-ninth street, 140 feet west ot Lexington avenue, sold
for $40,000.
The houso and lot, 21.0x63.4, on the north side of
Twentieth street, 53.6 feet west of Sixth avenue, sold
for $25,000.
TRAXSVKRS.
124th ?t.,n. r., 1(77.0 ft. w. of 4th av., 17.GxlOO.ll;
Nathaniel Jarvit, Jr., referee, to Kremlinan's Nae
tinnnl Bunk $10,100
86th ?t., s. 247 It. e, of 3(1 av., 10x102.2; Charles
1*. Latting referee, to Irving Savings Bank. 10,004
86th St., s. a, 200 It. o. of 3d av., 34x102.2; same to
name 10,00(1
St. Nicholas av.. corner of loth av., 167x67xirrogular;
Isaac W. Potter to Mary A. Coulter..... Nora.
Arthur st., e. a.. 110 ft. n. of Crescent av., 87.6x
lOOxlrregular (24th ward): Philip Duffy and wife
to Mnrtin Lawless 1.50O
63d St.. n. s., 252 It. w. of 3d av., 16x100.5; J alia A.
Bucklmthum to Floyd Bailey 13,000
14(>th st., n. S., 131.6 ft. e. of Alexander av., 2ftx
list (23d ward) ; Sidney S. Hnyward to Wllliutn
Hut ton 6 OOQ
112th ?t., ft. m., 400 ft. e. of 2d ?v? 95x100.10*4; Martin
LawIoas and wife to Philip Duff}* 4.CXXJ
IfAcdougal st., 40.2 ft. n. of Yandnni, 42. Rx90.1 Ox irregular;
Catharine L. Brewer and husband, to
Curohue Laurence 10,400
7th av\, w. s.. 50.5 ft. i?. of 121st ?t., 50.6x75; Julia
A. M. Weeks and husband and others to Lois II. .Lyman
Num.
7tl? a v.. w. same property; Lois II. Lruiau and
husband and others to Cornelia K. Man fey Nom.
122d st., s. s., 10) 7th av., 25.2x100; also s. a. I22d
st., 150ft o. of 7th av., 2.5x100.11 ; saino to Julia
A. M. Weeks Nom.
122d st.. s. 125 ft. o. of 7th av., 25xlO0.11 ; also
e. s. 7th av., 25.2 ft. ft. 122d ut., 25.3x100; same to
Laura Manley Nom.
40th st., s. s., 80 ft. o. 8th av? 20xKO.5; Auielia
Stiner and husband to Mury Morrison 14,000
Lexington av., n. w. cor. 112th st., 50x100.11; Mary
A. Vroeland to Charlotte F, Stone 15,000
Lexington av.. same property: Churlotto F. Stono
and nuftband to Edward Vrecland. 15,000
53d Kt., 385.0 ft. w. of 6th av., 18x100.5; John W.
Stevens und wife* to Henry E. Stovens 20,500
57th Kt., u. s., 150 ft. e. ot Madison av., 75x109.5
(half part oI); Benjamin V. Kay nor to Sebeian
Weyer 14,000
37th st., s. a., 243.9 f%. e. of 8th av , 18.9x08.9; Faruh
IV Drew and husband to Solum >n Levy 12,500
134th st., u. it,, 380 It. w. 5th av.. 50x99.11; Patrick
Dobbins and wile to Patrick Anderson 5,255
Houston st., ft. 8., 20 ft. w. of Mungiu st., 20x75;
Newman Cowen und wife to Sigmuud Schwartz 12,500
58th st., 206.5*:j It. ?. of 1st av., 25x100.4; William
IV Parsons and uile and others to John Marion.... 25,000
Houston St.. 8. b., 20 ft. w. of Mungin bl, 20x75; Jos.
Landon and wile to Newman Cowen Nom.
Broome st., n. w. corner Oreene, 50x100; William H.
Hitrlheri and wife and others to Edgar D. Seaverns. Nom
South 5th av., w. a., 122.3 ft. a. of West Houston it.,
173 to Thompson st. x81.5 2-3; same and sumo to
same Nom
South 5th av., 8Amc property, Edgar D. Seaverns to
\> 11 mini 11. iiurmun
Broome st., n. w. corner Greene, GUxlOO, Edgar D.
Seaverns to Name .. Nom
Thompson at., s. o.. 203.9 4-12 ft. s. of Writ Houston
St., 2U4 5-12x173 to South 5th a v.; William A. Abbott.
referee, to sumo *. 18,000
LKAARS.
3d hv.. No. 2,313, 5 years; Michael Weber to Ernest
T.Hesse. 1,300
Pearl at.. No. 401,5years; William A. Hilt to Charles
A Tonak 801
West st., No. 102, 5 years; Martha A. Peck to Jugen
Hermann Wellbrock 5,OOG
MOUTGAOB9 M .IRCU 24.
Wick, Jacob and wife, to New York Life Insurance
Company, n. a. 57th St., e. 10th av.; 1 year 8,000
Same, to saruo, n. s. 57th at., c. loth av.; 1 year 8,11 M)
Same, to same, n. s. f?7th ct.. e. loth av.; 1 year 8,OjO
Uorham Manufacturing Company, to George Owens
ami others, n s. Maiuen lane, e. Broadway; 1 year. 30,000
Alleotid, Augustus and wile, to Hleduricke Killers, s.
s. Water st., adjoining Livingston property; 3
years 4,000
Levy, Solomou, to Surah P. llrew, s. a. 37th sU, e. 8th
av.; 8 years 2,500
Iloltzmunn, Barbara and husband, to Elisabeth Studter,
e. s. 9th av., n. 50th st.; 3 years 1,500
Anderson, Patrick and wife, to German .savings'
Hank, e. *. Washington st., corner Hammond; 1 ,4900
year *
Afso s. ?. llamtiioud, e. Washington; I year
Schwarts. Slgiuiind and wife, to John I). Luffingwell
and others, s. s. Houston, w. Maugin; 5
years 5,500
Lawless, Martin, ami wife, to Philip Duffy, a. a. of
Arthur st. (24th ward) 258
Huebele, August, and wife, to Charles C. McDowel,
11. s. of 78th st., e. of 3d av. ; 1 mouth. 400
Young, William I!., to Ann La Cost. n. s. of 140th
st., e, of Alexander a v. (23d ward); 3 yours 2,750
Monagbun, Koger, to Anu L. Gallnglier, u. s. of 39th
at , w. of Broadway, ft years 5,000
Gates. Jostnia B., to Thomas Tuxton, s. a. of 54th st.,
e. of 5th av.; 3 years 1,076
Bluke. William J , and wife, to William Scott, executor,
n. s. of 51st st., e. of 10th uv. (due) 6,000
Kassacliun, Gertrude, and husband, to Amanda Bussing.
u. c cor. of Mary st. and Cortlandt uv. (23d
ward); 3 years 4,500
11 arrimuu, Jiilia. to Olive Ilarrituun, w. s. of Lexing
ton av. and 20lh st.; 1 year 2,000
Boyd, Henry C., to Joseph S. Bowes, s. s. of 18th St.,
w. or av. H ; 3 years 1 6,000
BUSINESS TROUBLES.
Iu the matter of Haihcwav & Kerr, bankrupts, deal
era iu trimmings. 1*0. ? Howard street, a dividend 01
thirty per cent wits declared by the assignee at a meetlug
or the creditors hold yesterday at the office of
Register II. W. Allen, No. 152 Broadway.
Robert MacDouald hag made an assignment to
Thomas D. Adams lor tho bcnelit of bis creditors.
The examination of P. Wilson, bankrupt, is being
continued before Register John Filch, of No. 34S
Broadway.
The following Insolvent schedules wcro filed in th?
Court of Common Pleas yesterday :?
Benjamin liloomingdale to Lyman C. BloomIngdale;
liabilities, fit,568 07; nominal assets, $2,690 40; actual
assets, $2,00a Bond ordered in tho penalty of
$J,0i 0.
Luther A. Johnson to J. K. Davidson; liabilities,
$2,vis; nominal assets, $1,808 61; actual assets,
$1.11.0. Bund ordered in the penalty of $1,600.
A meeting of the creditors of Messrs. Irving A 80c,
furniture manufacturers, No. 214 East Twentyseventh
street, is now in courso of progress at lha
office of Register J. T. Dwight, No. 7 Beekman street.
Sixty claims, aggregating about $37,000, have been presented,
and several of them are being contested. As
soon as all are proven, the election of an assignee will
be proceeded with
The J. S. Willard Manufacturing Company, Nos. 251
and 253 Canal street, of which Mr. 11. il. Korguson is
President, has gone into bankruptcy. The compauy
manufacture looking glasses, mirrors, Ac., and recently
havo been hard pressed by their creditors.
There arc lorly-uiue creditors in all, to whom the company
does not owe more than $16,000. Tho priselpal
creditors aro Noel, Saurel A Marneffe, $4,061 08 f P. A.
| Subblns, $2,000; B. Dreyfus, $1,271 76. An Injunolion
has been granted to prevent the Sheriff iroin selling
any of the property on judgments obtained by a
few of thoir creditors.
riie lauure or unarms n. wnitnein .v uo., uouso iurnixhing
goods and crockery, Na 009 Sixth avenue,
corner or rhirty-sixiu stroet, is announced. KUOrta
are being made lor a comprouilae at twenty-five cenla
on the dollar.
The stock and fixtures of the Manhattan Brewery, at
the corner of Sixtieth street and Ninth avenue, will
be sold by Sheriff Conner on Monday, to satisfy a
Judgment obtained by Patrick t Magtnn for $3,150.
on the application of a number or stockholders
Richard Rosenthal was yesterday appointed receiver of
the New York I'mtr Publishing Company.
The first examination of creditors on the estate o|
Daniel Drew will take place the latter part of next
week at the office of Register Williams.
ESCAPE OF TWO CONVICTS.
Two desperadoes succeeded in making their oseapt
from the Kings County Penitentiary on Sunday morta
ing last, between four and live o'clock, but the fact wai
only mado public yesterday. With a small saw thoj
removed two bars from their cells and then went ta
the northeast tower, where another one wna removed,
alter which they reached the ground by the aid of a
rope formed from their blankets. They then went to
the boiler shop, where they secured a ladder, by which
; they got to the top of the building. Tne distance fVotf
| Uiu rool of the boiler shop to the prison wall it about
j thirteen IVft, und, having pulled the ladder up altet
, them, they let it down upon the wall, to whicli the)
descended. The prison wall is ahout tweuty-two leol
in hniubl ni?l It la ..... L. I. .a
I ? i" MI**iiun nitj gw*
i in tlic around. The Hull muII In llio vicinity on the out
tide ot the wall wag examined but gave no Indicationi
| oi llio nun having dropped. The convicts'numes wer?
*;<i?iue W. Knox, alius Smith, alias Koherts, and
tirorgt Curler, alias Kdward William*. Judge Moors
I sentenced lUrtn lo lbs I'enltentlary on the charge ot
grand larceny, January 5, lor tliu term ol live years,
and they wnrc Disced iu the auine cell ou account or
I th nnilNual numiisi- of convicts In tbs Institution. Thd
1 uicu, as yet, have uot boou retaken.

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