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WHOLE NO.'14,406.
DIRECTOR! FOR ADVERTISERS.
AMUSEMENTS?2d Pack-SHi ?nd 6th col*.
APTROLOdY?2d Pagk?4th col.
BILLIARDS?llTU Pagk?6th col.
BOARDERS WANTED?12ni PAGK-Oth col.
board and lodg1no wanted?12th PAGK-6th col.
brooklyn heal estate Kolt hale?2d Pag*?1st
col.
BUSINESS OPPORTrNITIE8-9m PAG*.
HU.-INIS8 NOTICES?7th Pag*?6th col.
CITY REAL ESTATE FOR 8ALK-2d Pack?l?t col.
CLERKS AND SaLKSMEN'?12th Pagk?lib *ud 5th
col*.
CLOTIIINO-IIth PA?K-ethcol.
COACIIMEN AND <1AKDKNKRS-12tii PaGB?5 th col.
COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS?l*t Pagb?5lh and Ulh col*.
COPARTNERSHIPS?9th Pag*.
COUNTRY BOAKD?12th l'AG*-?th col.
DANCINU ACADEMIES-Ist I'agk-Sth col.
DENTISTRY?1st PAGK-Oth col.
DWELLINO HOUSES TO LET. FURNISHED AND UNFURNISH
ED?2D Pagk?2d and 3d col*.
EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS?In Pao*?5th column.
EXCHANGE? 12tii Pagb?6th column.
FINANCIAL? 9nt Pagb.
For SALE-1st Pack?1th col.
FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
2n Pagb?3d and 4lli cols.
FURNITUKE-Lst Paob?Otb col.
HELP WANTED?FEMALES? 12th Pag*?3d and 4th
coin.
help wanted?males?12th PAc*-oth eoi.
HORSES, CARlilAOES, AC.-1*t pagb-2d, 3d and 4th
cols.
HOTELS?12th Pagk?6th col.
HOUSES, ROOMS, JtO.. WANTED?20 Pack?4th col.
INSTRUCTION?1st Pagk?6th col.
JEK8EY CITY. HOBOKKN, HUDSON CITY AND BKR
<>EN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE?2d Pag*?1.1 col
LECTURE SEASON-1st Pagk-OUi col.
I.EOAL NOTICES?1st Paob?flth col.
LOST AND FOUND?1st Pagk 1st col.
MACHINERY?1st Pagb?Oth col.
MARBLE MANTELS?11th Pagk?6th col,
MEDICAL? 12tii l'agk-Othcol.
MILLINERY AND DBBSSM A KINO?1*T P*gk-?,h col.
.MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS?10th P40k-6th
col.
MUSICAL?1st Pagk?rtth col.
NEW PUBLICATION'S-7th Pagb-6th col.
PEUSONAL-Ist Pagk - 1st col.
PIANOFO TES, OROANS. AC-llTH I*AGE-0th col
PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALES12th
Page?3d col.
PROPERTY OUT OF TIIE CIIY FOR PALE OR TO
RENT?2d Pagk?1st and 2.1 cola
REAL ESTATE TO F.XOHANOK- d Pagk?2d col.
HEAL ESTATE WANTED?2n !'ACK-2d col.
KKLIOIOI's NOTICES-Ut Pagk? 1st col.
REWARDS?1st PXoB-fftcol.
8ALKS AT AUCTION?1 lni Pack?1th and nth cols.
SITUATIONS WANTED?FKM ALBS-l-iTH PAUK-lst, 2d
nil hd Chit.
SITUATIONS WANTED?MALR3-12TH Pack?1th col.
SPECIAL. NOTICES-Ut P.tok-l?t ml 2d col*.
SPOKTING DOGS?BIRDS. AU.-lrr Paqk?2d col.
STORAGE-lira i'auk-ntli col.
T1IK TRADES?12tm Pack?5th and Oth col*.
TO LET FOR BUSINESS pURPOSE8?2d paok-2d col.
TRAVELLERS' GUIDE ?1st Pack?ntli col.
L'NKl'RMSIIED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
2r> Pauk?4th col.
WATCHES. JEWELRY. AC.?lint Pacf-OUi col.
WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OR
TO LET?2i> Pack ?lit col,
PERSONAL.
AB. a.?THERE 18 A LETTER AT THE BROOK
lyn Post oflics Tor yon. Please answer.
RESPECTABLE KAMILY_WANTS TO ADOPT-A
male Infant, from 3 lo 5 months old. Csll or address
154 East -8th st., near 3d av.
J^RONCHINE
J. ?SICKNESS AND IN GREAT TROUBLE: LET
J. ins hear from you to-day: telegraph or write, and I
will come to the world * end for you. LOUIS.
IjlSTELLA--L! IS DISTRACTED. FOR HEAVEN'S
A sake, forgive and forgot. Return and happiness ensured
for ever. k. P. N.
Harry?there is a letter for youateast
27th st. Call for it.
MISS ALICE ROLAND-PLEASE LEAVE YOUR ADdrsas
at Herald Uptown Branch office, box 1N8.
R. stt EN.
SIONOR TAOLIAPIETRA, ACADEMY OF MUSIC?
There is a noto lor you at the Herald Uptown Branch
office. J
rrHE OWNER OR WAREHOUSEMAN h Itnvi wilnu
J. * of hundred pounds of opium was sto'on a short
time alio'* can hear of waic'.hlng to their advantage by calling
at 26" Broadway, room 5.
Thursday, five p. m., sixth avenue oar.?
La Iv jrode to Rt'th at.: gentleman following, atood on
corner ol 7th av., lady ineniiw hllo standing on stoop I beg
you to address, if agreeable, i I It 1 III, AN it, Her tld office.
TO K. J^?FOR GODS SA K F COME BACK AT
once. In great trouble. Have searched everywhere
for you. Again, let me pray of you to return to me.
L. j. J.
UN DEUX TROIS-I LKAVR KOIt EUROPE ON SATurday.
I alial! claim you ou 1st day of August forever.
\\ rite, care of Monroe.
0?J ? IMPnSKI~BLE TO MEET YOU TUI8 EVENING;
OU, w ill inform yon through l'eraouala when we can. l!9,
RKUOIOVB SOTIOI.
Mil. J. V MANSFIELD WILL DESCRIBE 8PIKIT8
after the annitersarv ceremonies to dav at Republic m
Hall. ,V> West 33d at., 2,l2 1*. M. Society l'rogTesaivo Spirituaiista.
LtlST A \ I > POIND.
TAOl'XD?NKAR BARCI.AY STREET FERRY. A COLD
J King. (Jwncr apply to JOHN L. BALL, 7S Barclay st.
OBT?ON MARCH SO. A RECKIPT BOOK. KINI>KK
J will please return It to 71 Broome st. nud receive reward.
If B (MAN MI. RE it.
Ot?T?AN ONYX GOLD LOCKKT, WITH LlKBNBftS
J ol boy Inside The Ondcr will he suitably rewarded by
returning It to F. COOPER, 222 and 224 Church st.
ost?PAT s K YKTKR RI iCR DOO, NAMED TOPSEY.
$10 reward for prompt return to owner. 14 Bond st.
olf?AN OVERDUE NOTE OF 0. U. TALBOTT
J (bankrupt:, of Indianapolis, for $f>S2. Finder will be
suitably rewarded by returning it to I. B. MctiEORGE, No.
24 Broad ?t.
I n>r Y I- WTH II il 1Y SKTK RnViO V risT MRRCKK ST
1J between Howard and Spring all, a i'ockatbnok containing
a diamond and nn nmcthj ?t ring and a small amount
Ofmonejr; the riuica valued ita tho gift of a deceased husband.
A snttublo reward will b* paid by returning tlie above to
M. U. L'HAPIN A CO , is Men er at.
EOST-KNOLTHH BETTER DOO: BROWN AND
white epoti; tpocklrd nose: black Icailior collar, A
handsome reward will be paid for auy Information of Ida
whereabouts or bis return to 3:10 West 4*th at.
OST-A CHILD'S UOLD BRACELET, BETWEBN
llaako'a Dancing Academy, Hrnadway and 43d at ,
tbrongli 42d at. and Oth ?v. to No. L'0 West M7th at. Kinder
wtll bo rewarded by returning it to No. 30 Weat 37th at.
T OST?IN QOINO FROM 318T 8T. T0 18TH HT. AND
JJ Irving place, or from tbeuce tbrongli 17th at. and
I nion square to 15th at., and down to 7lh av and 15th at., a
palt ol Oold Kye Glaaaea. attached to a gold chain. A liberal
reward will be offered if left at No. Width av.
K. W. HUTCHINOS A BON.
KKWAItlH.
<l?r REWARD.?LOKT. ON THURSDAY, THE 21iD
<T') Insft, between the Waahlngton Hotel, 4th av. and
3?th at. and 3d av., a brown leather Letter Caac. coma nine
document# of no value except to the owner. The findar. by
bringing the above to 154 Kaat SOtli at., will receive the reward
and no queatioua asked.
dKaJr: REWARD.?STOLEN FROM PHILADELPHIA,
evening <" warcu <t',giiri nrown .Hire, about 14
baada'. Phaeton Bargy. black, gear and body coldatriped;
Iron banda surround the hub* each side the spoxea; nickel,
plated Uarneaa. Addieaa Chief of Police or A. R. MLMij K
Post otBce.tPhliadelphla.
Aon REWARD ?LOST. o.n THK 28TH, A DIAMOND
apOU Bind. Addraaa 1*. WILLIAMS, box 183 Herald
office.
IPECTAL llOTICEli
AMERICAN I NSTITl'TK.?THE ANNUAL MF.ETINU
of thla Inatitnta will be held on Thursday, April tl,
1878, at the hall of the Hiatorieal Society-, 2d nr., corner
11th at., at o'clock P. M. OKKSTBS CLEVELAND,
Proaldent. 1 no Mi K Lbosku. Recording Secretary.
A' -is A A o. boyce71?7 hkoadwat. la w vetT?
Divorce* obtained promptly, without publicity ; deaertlon.
Incompatibility, habitual drunkenneaa, infidelity. Inhuman
treatment, conviction ol felony. I'aaaporta obtained.
LLEN A CO., ?
7H Naia?n at., New Tork.
Havana Lottery drawa April 4.
Wyoming Lottery drawa April 10.
Priaei eaahed. Lirculart mailed free.
A -ROYAL IIAVANA LOTTERY.
J\ Nest drawing April 4.
1 Prire ot Spanish doilara 100,000
1 I'rlae of Spanish doilara 50,000
1' Prises of, each, Spanlah doilara 25,<ax)
1 Prise ol Epauiah dollars 10,0U0
and 934 other Priaea
Extraordinary Havana Drawing.
Klr*l Prlae,
One Million Spanlah dollars.
Drawing April 24,
Carman Oovrrnmeat Lotteries.
Pull explanatory clicnlara free,
THEODORE iSBCIIOCH.
Poat ( Bee hex 3.594. IIS Nassau at.. New York.
-KBNTUCMV MI ATE LOTTERIES OK J. H. SMITH
. A CO.
bbbttcbt. axra* CLASS 359, ron 1878.
41. 61, 02, 71. II, SO, 53, 21. 9. 12, 59, 24.
avxTt cxr, class 380, ron 1878.
43. 41. 59. 57, 58. 83, :.l. 49, 32, 1. 77, 44.
All order* addraaa B. NATHAN, bo* 4,H7o Poat olBce, New
York city.
A?PARKS. EMERSON a CO.
- Kentucky Si me l.ottrrie* drawn dally.
Royal Havana Lottery drawn every 17 day*.
Kentucky Single Number IfOttery. drawn April 20. IS70.
Prite* r*?hed. Information furnlaned and circnlara Iree.
ISO Broadway. Poat office bo* A,27J, New York.
nlsF.AKKS OK MRN A HPi ClALTY
HENRY A. IIA.1IKU, M. D.. 144 Lexington av .near
JOth at. Offico honra froin Hlol
I^xruAtfKbiNAR* Havana lottsry.
2 Firal l'H*e,
One million Spanish dollar*.
Second Prite,
llalf a million Spantati dollar*.
UrrmUn Government Lotterie*.
WAfll-M ANN A CO., Banker*,
bo* 3,31m Pott office. 75 and 77 Nanaau it.
/TOLD AND SILVER AND ANYrilTNG CONTAIN".
UT lug Gold Imiijthl at market nrice; polishing, gliders'
rav*. As., burned and malted by Refiner 8CHAWEL 23
John *t.
/-"URBAN UPTOWN SAVINGS BANK.-IN PfRHI.IVJT
nuce of an order of the Supreme Court. I. Herman UfaL
Receiver of the German Cniown Bavin** Hank, y theae
p event* declare a aecond dividend of twenty- ** (25) per
t-nt on all balance* due to deponltur*, payable on and aner
Saturday, April I, at the bank building. UGH and 9tJ? ltd av..
corner ittth ?t. Hank open for payment* on every Monday
Wednreday and Saturday, from I to ft o'clock P. M . until
further notice. IlKRMAN l!HL. Receiver.
Havana lottery-next drawing april 4Tn.
HH.dXl ticket*. IK19 prise*. amounting to $570,000.
Capital prlae. $Hk000. Kov partienlar* addrea* B. MARTINEZ
A CO.. II auk era, 10 Wall *4., baeemeat
No* 4,682, Peat ofiica.
:e ne
NET
SPKC'IAl, NOTICES.
INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION CONBANY.-NEXT DRAW
iiiK April H. Wc divide commission* with customer*.
Whole Bond*. (IB; II? ; ' 75; yusrtera, (A; l"ertlflc*tc?
? curing tliu premium from the date tlirreol'on adujrle boud,
$1; el* lor iff!. The leeet a bond can drew la f'-'l; toe hlgheet.
$'1lO.UUO. There are no bleuke. Circulate, w itli full iuformutinn,
mailed free. Addreee ALLEN. EDWARDS A
KOKDHAM, Hanker*. 79 Nassau el., New York.
JAME8 A. OIBBES, AUCTIONEER AND OOMMIS
ion merchant.?Cnaelgiitneuta eolicited, and caeli advanced
on all aond* consigned; good reference Rtreu. Address
room 10ft Sweeny1* Hotel.
K ? CHRONIC CATARRH, DEAFNESS; IMPROVED
method; iuatantanooue relief; permanent cures.
Dr. STODDARD. No. H Weet ltth at.
h.VrPCKV STATE DISTRIBUTION.
Draws Saturday, April 30.
a,a/y i rises, agareg ttlng *.wu,uuu In casn.
CapilHl l'rlie, #50,000.
Agency Kentucky State Lotteries.
Drawn daily an I weekly.
Send for circular.
TH0MA8 H. UATS A CO..
697 Broadway, New I or|c.
-OFFICIAL DRAWING KENTUCKY STATE LOT.
tcrica SIMMONS. DICKINSON A CO.. Managers
XkKTCCXT, kXTHi CLASS Kit. 251 ? >AKCU SO, 1S76.
6, 23, 13. 41, 43, 85, 2, 46. 73. 24. 53. H, 75, 29.
RKKTCCgY, CLASS SO. 252? MA lie II 30, 1876.
35, 61. II, 33. 74, 50. 4. 30. 2?1. U, 58. 45.
HXNKT. KXTUA CLASS *0. 1") I ? MANt'H 30, 1870.
44. 57, 29, 13. 08, 38, HI. ,43, 00. 21.36.52,7, 22.
OCXRT, CLASS SO. 152?XAHCU 30, 1870.
26. 57. 8. 3J. 38, 54. 20. 76, 58. 43, 77 . 72.
Full Information by applying to or addressing J. CLUTIs,
200 llroadwa.r, or box 4.909 l'ost office.
K ?SIM MON8! ~~ DICKINSON A CO.'8 GRAND
monthly Distribution, on the Havana plan, to be
druwn April 29; also Royal Havana of Cuba draws April 4.
Foil information by applying to or addressing J. CLU TB,
200 Broadway, or box 4,969 Post offico.
MMK COOTC.KLRCTKIOI AW.?MAGNETIC MANHMJlatlous
rendered; nervousness, rheunratistn. neuralgia,
paralysis, nnn-rlrcnlation. weakness. Ac. 202 West 26th St.
NERVOUS ' EXIIAl STION.-A MEDICAL ESSAY,
comprising a scries of lectures delivered at Kalin's Museum
of Anatomy. New York, on the cause and cure of Premature
Decline, showing indisputably how lost health may
be regained. affording ? clear synopsis of the Impediments to
marrl igc and the treatment ofnervous and physical debility,
being the result of "JO years' experience. Price "25 cents. Address
the author. Dr. Ij. J. KAIIN. ottice and residence 61
East loth St.. New York
Opposition to tiir elevated railroad.?
Thnee opposed to the construction of the ilreenwloh
Street Elevated Ituilroad now to the front.?A mooting will
be held at tho Pacific Hotel, 172 Greenwich St., this (Friday)
oveninc, March 81, at 8 o'clock, to hear an important report
of tnc committee and other business of much Importance to
every property holder to be transacted. All Interested aro
earnestly Invited to be present. Hy order of the committee.
O ?CHRONIC CAT A K RU, DBA KNKSST"RADICAlJLT
cured by Dr. Keek's unequalled method
Dr. IIOYT, -1 West 2-itli st.
FLKS, PILES, HEMORRHOIDS oiTpiLES PERMA
nentl.v eradicated In two to fonr weeks, without the
knlf . liga:ure, c tustic orpalu; perfect cure guaranteed in
every instunco, ami nut o le cent charged until effected.
Dr. IIOYT. 21 West 24lk sU
PILES OK HEMORRHOIDS PERMANENTLY EKADIcated
in two to lour weeks' painless treatment: no
knife, Uxaturos, caustics or cautery employed; positively no
charge tor treatment until cured. Circulars free.
Dr. STODDARD, only office No. 8 West 14th st.
JJOYAL HAVANA LOTTERY, *
Grand Extraordinary Drawing,
April 24, 1870.
Capital prtsc.
One Million Dollars.
Only 15,000 tickets; 871 pris-s, amounting to $2,250,0001
Circulars, with full explanations and history, free.
B. MARTINEZ A CO., Banker*,
.. 10 Wall st., basement.
Post office box 4,082.
Highest rates paid for Havauu bank bills and Spanish gold.
STCITERING EFFECT CIA LtY REMOVED.?CONFIdonce
guaranteed: abundant references. Address, for
Circular, AMERICAN VOCAL INSTITUTE, 103 Waverley
pi see.
STUTTERING?U 8. STAMMERING INSTITUTE <DR
While), 4l7?4th av.; best city references; lie pay until
perfectly cured, fell or sond fur circular.
O ECOND_LOU181 ANA GOLD DISTRIBUTION.
O At New Orleans, April 29, 1870.
Capital Prise, $100,C*jO!
8,580 Prises, amounting to $502,500.
All paid in Gold.
Only 20,000 Tickets, at $50 each, cnrrency.
Tenth# and Twentieths In proportion.
For information, circulars. Ac., address or apply to
No | ostpoiicmouta. WILLIAMSON ,t CO., Brokers,
Box 0,020 Post office. 317 Broadway, corner Thomas st.
SPORTING*#DOGS, KIRDS, dtO.
A -FOR SALE. Al.L KINGS UK FANCY GOGS.
Birds, Ac.; Medicines for all diseases ; Prepared Food
for mocking birds, at B. G. DOVEY'S, No. 3 Greene St.,
near Canal.
A LARGB BLOODHOUND WATCHDOG POR SALE
cheap; at No. 810 West Stltlest.
Q KM' INK THOKO UOHBREO KNOLIS h pua
Dog; ? splendid specimen. Apply at T11EODOR
VOIGT'S, 551 6th av.
FULL BLOODED POINTER 8LUT, BRED FROM
Domino Koreh's dog Guess (Imported), dam .Nelly,
ktnm Gruver's slut Trentun ; well broken on all game; Is a
good fielder and retriever; 2 years old April 3;
AT AUCTION Tills DAY. AT 10 O'CLOCK,
BY VAN TABSELL A KEARNEY. AT TlIl'.lH jiART,
110 and 112 East 13th st.
RORSKS, (ARUIAGE.I, AC,
Auction house of van tamul a keahnky,
110 an<1 112 EAST 13TH BT.,
NEAR 4TH AV.
REGULAR SALES OF HORSES AND CARRIAGES
EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY.
On every horse that is warranted sound or kind a id true
In harness, from one to three days Is given to teat warrantee.
CATALOGUE OF Til Irt DAY'S (FRIDAY) SALE,
AT 10 O'CLOCK.
OEKTLBMAN'8 TURNOUT?SOB RE L.TROTT1 N 0 MARE,
aired by Ethan Allen : la hand* high, 8 years old;
kind arid true in all harness, tree from vice, trick or
luult; can be driven by a lady with perfect utety; is
very atylish; tears nothing; can trot in 2:40 mire, and
is warranted sound.
Pet fine cltv made llarneit and
KOAl) WAGON, NEARLY NEW, Bt'ILT BY KNOTT A
McGuire.
BAY MARK, SIRED BY TOM PATCHES; IP UNHANDS
high, t> years old; kind and true in all harness, tree
from vice; does not shy or |iuR; has never been
trained for speed, but ean trov In three minutes and
Is rvsrranted Miur.d.
SET CIlY MADE HARNESS.
TOP ROAD WAGON, WITH POLB AND SHAFTS,
nearly new, built by Dusenhurv A Nelaon.
T1IE ABOVE TURNOUTS AI'.F. THE PROPERTY OF A
gentleman residing abroad and will be sold without reserve.
BLACK TEAM HORSES. lf?S' HIGH. 9 AND 10 YEARS
old; kind In nil harness; free from vice; hare been
used In the livery business; are free and stylish
drivers; a good, rel'able team for general use.
SET DOUBLE HARNESS, IN GOOD CONDITION, AND
PARK PHAETON, IN GOOD ORDER.
BAY IIAMIILKTONIAN ROAD HORSE. ISfc HIGH, 7
yrara o d; a prompt, free and pleasant driver; ly very
one gslteil; can trot In three initiates to road wagon;
is kiud and true in all harness; free from vice or trick
nnd ran be drtv. n by a lady.
SET PINOLE HARNESS AND
TOP WAGON. BUILT BY HENRY HOOKER A CO.
ELEGANT MAHOGANY BAY COUPE IIOKSB, 1?
ban Is. 0 years old; kind and true In all harness; free
fr 'in vice; Is very styileh and has extra flue knee
action, does not shy or pull f can trot close to three
minutes; is In every way reliable, and it warranted
souud.
Set fine city made coupe Harness.
COliPK IN FINE CONDITION, BUILT BY ADAMS A
Cone.
ELEGANT BLACK ROAD OR FAMILY HORSE, WITH
long Mowing mane and tail, 1 > * handa high. B yeara
old; kind and trae in all harneaa; tree from rice; an
extra middle hone; ii very atyliah and tli<>?y;a
prompt and pleaaant driver; doer not ?hy or pull: la
an extra good traveller; can be driven by any one,
and la warranted round.
Rot fine aintrle llarneu.
TOI- ROAD WAGON, BY STIVERS.
BLACK TROTTING HORSE, 1H HANDS HIGH, ft YEARS
old: kind and true In all barneia: free Irom rice; great
tyle and action; trotted on the HARTFORD TRACK
in 2:4ft; can beat 2 M any time la condition, and it In
every way a flrst data roadster.
Set tingle Harneaa.
TOl' WAGON, BY R. M. STIVERS.
HAY TKOTTlkO MARK. I5\ HANDS IIIOII, 8 YEARS
old; kind and true In all harneaa; free from vice: very
atyliah and handaomr ; a auperlor mare for lad.r't uae ;
can trot in 2 :40, and If warranted found, kind aud true;
alao a*t Harneaa, and
TOP ROAD WAGON. NEARLY NF.W.
TEAM HAT IIORSKS, 161. HANDS HIGH. 6 AND 7
yeara old; kind and true in'all harneaa, tree front
vice; hmve line atyte end action: feat travellera; a It rat
clnaa team for family carriage driving.
COCPK ROCK AWAY IN GOOD ORDER.
BAY llOKsK, 1.7 HANDS IIIOII. 7 YEARS OLD; KIND
and tree In all barneva: (Vee from vice; extra line under
aaddle; a faet traveller; a mora perfect horae for
ladira are cannot he found; aleo act of Harneaa, and
TOP PONY PIIAETON. NEARLY NEW.
GRAY HORSE. 10 HANDS IIIOII. 7 YEARS OLD. KIND
and tnaa In all harnaaa; frre from vice; a llret claaa
horae for carriage driving or general bnalneaa uae.
COUP8 ROOK A WAY. IN PERFECT ORDER.
POUR-HEAT PARK PIIAKTl>N, BY WOOD BROS.
SEVERAL OTHER GOOD FAMILY AND WORK
lloraea.
EXTENSION TOP CABRIOLET, BY J. R. LAWRENCE
A Co.
LANDAt', BY BREWSTER A CO., OF BROOME ST.
CLARENCE, BY J. b. BREWSTER A CO.. OF 25TH ST.
TWO VICTORIAS, HY HINDER. OF PARIS; SHIFTING
top Depot Waaroa, Dog Carta. Phaeton*. Itoad Wagone,
Coup-, Cnrtalnv, funr-eeat Keckuway, Ac . Ac.
BALK COMMENCES AT 10 O'CLOCK.
Arch! johnston-s hale thFt morning inCHIDES
KIKiANT LIGHT BERLIN I.AKDAC,
MOROCCO AND BROWN SATIN LINING. BY WOOD
RKiirt.; ELEGANT fi LL CLARENCE. IN firirr
RATE CONDITION, BLUE CLOTH LINED. SALE
PEREMPTORY. SEP, CATALOGUE AMOVE.
All kinds carriages, mtows make; buggle?,
I'haetona. Kockawaya, at manufaetatera' pri. ee
atW Canat at. CHS. GRUBE.
Am BASOAIR.?POWERFUL BAT MARE, 10^
bind*, vrung, round and kind; prompt, good drirer
and faet waiter. Apply to JOSEPH BONNBAC, 174 Ceo
tre at., up atulra.
TXHRTvED FROM ILLINOIS IS (lOOD WORK
. Horace; rallabla for mil pnrpoaaa; aold cheap. Apply
at No. 3 Veetrjr at.
_KOR~SaLK. k'kVKjT HOflflKS; PROPERTY OF
. deceased; fit for farming, truck, grocery or general
use i at half ralae; trial allowed at 101 nulliran at., between
lloutton and 1'Hnee.
A" FBLL AKD COM TLETC ASBOR1 BENT Of 7|YK
"Brewettr Wagon,"
the atandard for atyla and qnallly,
now ready for inapectlon at oar factory ana warerootne.
Broadway and 47th at.,
Sth ar and ldtli at.
Rpecial attention la called to our Improvement in aide-bar
Wagona, whleh enablea ua to offer the llghteat, aafe-t and,
beat riding wagon ever produced.
BKKWHTEB k CO.. of Broome at.
A -FOB BALK. 7 HORREfl. SUITABLE FOB TRUCK.
farmer, any bualneaa; half ralne: trial allowed. 80
Amity st.. btiwtii Th< mp9on Mid flilliTftQ,
W YO
V YORK, FRIDAY, MARC
ItORMEb. CARRIAGES, AC.
ATTENTION 18 CALLED TO THE AUCTION KALE
OK THE VALUABLE AND WELL KNOWN HOUSES,
ELKO ANT CAKKIAOKK. HARNESS, ROBES, BLANKETS,
AC..
THE PROPERTY OK J. J. STOCKBRIDUB, KBO.,
TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION. BY ORDER OK
RECEIVER.
ON FRIDAY (THIS DAY>, MARCH 31. AT
11 O'CLOCK PROMPT,
AT OWNER'S PRIVATE STABLE, IN REAR OK 140
6TH A V.,
ENTRANCE ON WEST 1WTH ST.
CliAS. 0. DUKK, Auctioneer.
Including One and handsome brown Lidding. l.V, hainJa
high, tl yours old; a high Ipred. noble nod sensible liorae;
eanuot be surpassed for hU great natural style, blooded appearance
and dne, pure and even action;"te genteel and
graceful In all hit movenirott. and it reliable wherever you
may place Kim; wait purchased for prevent owner direct
from Kentucky, one year ago, at a coat ol $1,2(10, nnd
showed 2: 111 then : he it a free, prompt and revo'iutr driver,
without shying or Irettiuz: feara nothing; his slashing,
Ktruui^ tmit with hit tsrdi.it tl vl* Miiti . Instill j t, iml iti???* rrn
d*r him cue of the finest of the day: lie chii now beat 11:40
to road wagon, and bit tine style and speed make liim an A
No. I gentleman's roadster; lie Is tully warranted sound
and kind.
The fast and high bred brown trotting mure I.atr Mills,
15t? hands hiah, 7years old; sired by Alexander's Norman,
dsin a thori ughhrcd l.udy Mills; when d vears ol I (rott'd u
mile ill 'J and tw.i nnles in & :1HJq, tWn known us the
Peterson inure . she is a line, stylish driver, bh-o led in appenrance
mid is us game a rotd trotter us too the road; she
ran trot 1! to a loud wngon r.nd can always > eat 2 :3a on
any good track, unci la warranted sound and k-nd.
Ezra line, genteel and fast buy trotting Horse, the most
elegant, best b -based and most rented roud horse In tlto
State, 15lj bunds high. 6 years old, with flue symmetry,
style nud a slashing, rapid, strong gait; sired by General
Knox ; has a record, on Myelic truck, or 1* :3d; can beat 2 .10
to road wagon and the purest, sweetest driver Imairiniblo;
no road too long for liint and no horse that goes the roud
equals him in style aud action ; general fin; blooded appear
Hm-e ; Is bold, brave and leurleus and warranted sound and
kind; for gentleman's, road or lamlly use lie lias no equal.
Fine, last en I valuable chestnut trotting Gelding, with
full silver mane and tall. Is 13.2). hands high, is 5 yeais old
wus raised by Mr Alexander and purchased ut hit annual
tale when 4 years old; tie ran trot in 2:IO or better; was
sired hv Tattler, dam by Ned Forrest; he lias never lieeu
trained to fully develop Ids speed; ho is now finely developed,
without spot, (unit, vice or blemish, and has a line cordy set
ot limbs, sound feet ami Is its finely built as any horse living,
and his extra breeding, lastingoualitleu. gamcness. Ac., warrant
the belief that he will rank with the first hots son the
turf in a very short time ; he Is a safe ami reliable driver; a
lady can htudio hiut with safety, and be is warranted sound
ami kind.
The last and handsome dark brown Grl-ling, Capt. Joe;
he is 13.2 hands high, tl years old and was sired by Iron
Duke, dam by Alexander Alnl-dli-h; lias all black points;
was raised in Orange county aud purchased there by owner,
and at time of tiurehuae drove him about 11 miles, to
Goshen track, ana without any preparation drove liltii two
heats, the first in 2:41 and repeated him in 2:38; ho has
been roaded this fall, and it has made marked improvement
ill bis snood. and Is acknowledged to be. by nil who see him.
whether speeding or standing. to he ono of the finest, lastcst
and most genteel young trotting horses in tlio city; he can
tfeat a 'J :4n gait to road wagon; lie has rich style, fins power
ful gait ami can co to track and show a mile in harness inside
of 2:36; he is in all one of the finest gentleman's
roadsters in the country, and is fully warranted aouuil, kind
and as represented.
The well known, fast black gelding Monarch; is
hands high, H years old; was raiand at Kalattiatoo, Mich.,
and sired by Magna Charta, dam by Champion: was purchased
two yoars ago for owner, who has used him on
road and trotted hint in seven races, winning first
money in four and tecoud money In three raoee: he has a
record of 2:32, and was second in a raee at ilurtford In
2:2t3>^: be la an honest and well behaved horse ; can show
three heats on Fleetwood track all inside of Ida record?
vit., 2 32?this day, or no sale, and he is warranted to be
one of the safest horses In this city for gentleman's road
purposes; ho neither shies, pulls or luga; is a straight and
prompt driver; is stylish in harness, requires no boots when
trotting, and la warranted sound, kind aud true, and to trot
a mile In 2:30 and repoat.
Carriages consist of 1 elegant Coupe, in elegant order,
Wood Bros.' build and coat $2,000 a short time ago; 1 elegant
1'ony Phaeton, 3 ton Wagons, pole and shafts. Handsome
silver, sold and silver mounted Harness, both single
and double; tine llohcs, Blankets, Ac.
n.b.?the above houses have all been
driven single and double, and are perfectly
he li able.
sale positive, rain or shine. stock now
on exhibition and trial. by order of
john thomas, Receiver.
Auction house of arch. Johnston,
11), 21. 23 and 25 13th St.,
near Uuiveralty place.
oldest and most reliable house in THE
city.
regular salr9 of horses and carriages
every tuesday and friday at 10 o'clock.
24 hoars to three days' trial on horses warranted sound.
The oldest aud most reliable house in the city.
H partial catalogue of this day's sale at 10
U o'clock.
< TEAM brown CARRIAGE HORSES, 16 bands, H
?2 and 9 yoars : have been used by present owner for
** past three years as family carriage team; arc good,
v, free dcivor-i in single or double harness; have uoi
f_ n rice, taiilt or trick of any kind; nre not afraid of
57 a locomotive or anything else; safe for any one to
m drive that is used to horses and is In everv reinerl
e"" | a first class family train, fit tor auy use; warranted
sound.
r SET DOUBLE HARNESS, made to order.
r ELEGANT BAHOUC1IK. by Wood Bros.
ELEGANT BERLIN LANDAU, very liglit, tatin and
m morocco lined, by W. od Brothers.
-J dark bay horse, full uiane and tail. 13U bauds,
sc H tears: kind in all harness and superior under
SC saddle ; Is without vice, fault or trick of anvklnd;
is very stylish and fine action: trots in St. minutes;
is very handsome; needs no check": can
a, be driven by any nno; ts nut afraid id anything
and cannot be surpassed as a good, reliable road
C3 or faniilv hone; nt lor any use : warranted sound,
t DOCTOR'S WAGON, full ton, by Dusenbur/ A Van
? Dusen.
SORREL TROTTING HORSE Kenton, sired by a Ver
S mont Morgan, dam a Katrhen mare, raised by
George Jackson, of Barrington, N. II ., is 13Ja
O bands, 7 years: kind in all harness; frco Iron*
f" vice; trotted two years' ago at Dover, N. II., a
0 full mile in 2 :34, 236 and 2 d:ita ; can trot to-day
i in 2:46; ts a good, free, steady driver; without
fault, trick or vice and sold tor account whom it
H may concern to close a partnership.
X TOP SIDE BAR ROAD WAGON, In good order, by
2 Frank Asho.
" FOUR PARK l'llAETONS, in good order, by Wood
-f Brothers
J DAPPLE URAY COUPE HOR8E. 16 hands, 0 years.
with full mane and tail, and very handsome, kind
In single aud double harness; has nut a vice or
<o trick of any kind; Is a good, tree, stylish driver;
? not afraid of anvthing. and In every way a first
clvsa. reliable l.orse for family or any use; war ?
ranted sound.
8HIKTING TOP DEPOT WAGON, nearly nc*.
_ ELEGANT FULL CLA BNCE. by Loos A Williams.
? KI*E HAV TRUCK HORSF. 1 IisiiS, m hind
pj In all harness; frco Irom vice; h fast walker arid in
every way a superior. valuable trnck horse, single
or double, without trick of imy kind ; sold only lor
want of use.
FOUR PONY PUAKTOX8 and FOUR TOP WAGONS,
to be sold tor account ot whom It may concern.
TWBKTY-THKKK OTHER HORSES; description time
of rale. .
A LARGE ASSORTMENT of every kind of Carriage.
Wagon, llarne-s, I'oSes, Blankets, Ac .this day. at
ARCH. JOHNSTON'- Mart Iks to 3. liltli st, near University
placo. Weather never interlerea witii our
SA1.RS AT 10 O'CLOCK.
A"""T MAJOR CHAR W. BARKER S
URL AT regular
HORSE and Carriage tale,
TOMORROW, Saturday, tomorrow,
AT 11 o'clock,
AT BARKER A BON'S
CITY AUCTION Mart and New York Tatteraall'a,
CORNER OF Broadway and 31Rb at.
THE STOCK to be sold to-morrow will include a number
of valuable Trotting Horses, Roadsters, family, business
and work Horses : top and no top Road Wagons, large lot of
Kxprosa Wagons, Express, Harness, Ac , the property of the
American Express Company; Carriages, litis Harness, Ac.
DESCRIPTIONS In to-morrow's Herald.
ADVERTISED ENTRIES for above close at at 4 o'clock
to-day.
? M A JOR CII AS. W. BARKER. AUCTIONEER.
. THOROUGHBRED SADDLE ant Race Horses
AT PUBLIC auction.
MR. PIERRE LOKILLARD'S
SALE OF Thoroughbreds
WILL TAKE place
WEDNESDAY. APRIL if, at 11 o'clock,
AT MARKER A O C8
CITY AUCTION Mart and New York TattersallV,
CORNER OF Broadway and 3?tli st.
CATALOUUKB NOW ready at the Mart.
A?MA J OK CI1ABLB8W. BARKER, AUCTION KlSK.?
. BY ORDER nftlie
AMERICAN EXPRESS COMPANY.
WILL BE aold, positively without rewrrc, on Saturday
(to-morrow!, April I. at II o'clock, at MARKER A SON'R
City Auction Mart and Near York Tatterrall'a, corner of
Broadway and IttHli it, abont
TWENTY EXPRESS WAGONS,
CO.MPKIXI.NO KOl'R-how Wagon.,
two-hoeee Wacom, Money Waxona and a large lot of double
and tingle EXPRESS HARNESSES.
Now on ezliibltion at the mart.
?TEN BUSiXEBH WA0 )NS, AI.I. sTxEH. BKLOW
coat, forexprra., grocara, butchert, bakere, laundry,
package ili-llrery a atona . $Il) to $173 22(1 Sprint *1.
T~AUCTION
1111$ DAY I Friday). MAKCU 31,
at 10 o'clock.
BY A" AN TAHSKLL A KEARNEY. AUCTION KERB,
at tlialr Mart. 110, 112 Eaat 131 li at ,
an extra choice lot of gentleman a Saddlea
and Bridlea.
Abb private stable, wth "st .~nkahTotii av.
completely fitted. JAMES OAONKY,
1.1 Abingdon M|iiare (Htli ar).
?for"balk, five iiorse?7"huTtahle for
/v. fanning or grocery or any huatneaa; trial allowed;
old at half i a I ne 37 Ureal Jooea at . near the Bowerr.
?MUST BR BOLD, TO SATISFY A CLAIM, TWO
elegant Phaeton*. two fall epring Top W agon*, two
aide ber Top Wagone, two fine aeta of fliirnr.e; all made by
beat city mnkera. 37 Eaat 33d at .corner 4tli ay.
AM| ?AT PRIVATE BALE, TO PAY ADVANCER. TWO
. floe top Road Wacom, two top Pony Phartona, one
extrn.lon top Park Phaeton, tingle and donble Road. Track
and Coupe Ifarneaa, all muat ha aold. Union Auction Mart.
No. 20 18th at., near Broadway.
At rakoaTnb?niswest style t cart, used six
tlmea; atnall I^andaulet, aligbtly iliop worn ; top aidebar
Wagon, ournwn inaka.
A. T. DEMARKST A CO.. (taw and K80 Broadway.
A? BARGAINS.?slA uiJUU lil \ ft K V UAKKiAUnS)
, Cuirhci. Clareneea and Hretta; Pony Phaeton*, aide
bur Wagnna, half price: new Coach, Juat hnialied. 460
ltd av.
C1AKKKKY SUI.K1EB?CELEBRATED FOR THEIR
J lightneaa and durability, considered by turfmen to be
the moat reliable made; all weights in etoek and built to
order; price * 12ft. Addreaa I'll A IU.KH 8. CAFFKKY,
Camden. N. J. (oppoilte Philadelphia.)
)R HACK?A GOOD WORKING liOKHK, l.USM 2D
nr., corner f?4th at.
t5OR HATB-LIOIIT orRTAIN COACH. GOOD A8
r new. Can be aeen at atable I V,I Eaal U2d at.. Price
#7.r0.
FDR HACK?TUBKR HORHhS 8UITAHCR FOR KXpreaa,
farmer, any buslneaa; also two Canadian Ponica,
warranted ; bargain 614 Greenwich at.
iioR hace?good bay hour 1.838~POI nds;
r warranted and trial iHreB; alao Mutrher Cart and liarneat.
nearly new. 446)4 Went ltith at.
Foit back-bay hoimr. exprrbb wagOm and
llarneaa. 123 Weat Broadway, la aaloon.
ijtoit HACK CHEAP-AGCAHH FRONT Co A< II IJ SKI)
X with bine cloth, la perfect order. Apply at 123 Ban
Broadway.
IRK H
!H 31, 1876.?TRIPLE SHE:
HOUSES, CARRIAGES, ?C,
Attention IS called to tub qrbat and
absolute executor's hale
by public AUCTION.
THIS DAY (FRIDAY), MARCH 31,
AT 11 O'CLOCK PROMPT,
AT PRIVATE STABLE NO. 20 EAST 20T1I ST.,
BETWEEN MADISON AND ftTH AVS.,
TUE ENTIRE STOCK OF OILBRKT F. C SUEARMAN.
Esy.,
BY W. H. NELSON, AUCTIONEER,
CONSISTING ok FIVE FAST AND HIOH BRED
ROAD AND FAMILY IIORSKS, ELEGANT CAR
KIAOF.S. WAGONS, HARNESS, AC.. AC.,
all of which must be sold to the highest
BlUDIKN KKOAKDLKSH OF 4'OHT OH VAL! K.
INCLUDING THE FAST BLACK UIiM)JN(i HI.ACK
ruiNCE. 6y?ari old, 13K hands; fine bono and muicle;
is a natural trotter ; straight, square, level gait* d and % free,
pleasant driver; rained in Vermont ; aired by Vermont Muck
ilawk, U nu a Morrll muro, with a record in 9:21; Mack
Prince showed a mile at 4 years old in 2 :43 ; last season he
was entered in 2 :30 class, winning second money, as the
owner did oot want him to have a record, Molly Newton
winning first money in 2:31. 2 and 2:30; he can show a
2:30-ait; is an excellent pole horse aud is warranted sound
and kind.
HKAL'TI FU L BAY MAKE MOUNTAIN MAID, 7
years old, lft V hands; very stylish and rangy: is considered
t he handsomest animal goes the road ; needs no chuck or
euro; was raised by Mr Ten brook. Scott county, Kentucky;
took tirat premium at State fair as the fastest and band*
soiuest 5-year old, showing a mile in 2:34: she can trot
much taster now when in condition; she Is warranted to
show 2:30 under the watch; a laay can drive her; she is
fully warranted sound and kind; her sire was old Huinblotonian.
dam Sally Messenger, by Starlight.
fast and Handsome bay gelding young
Ethan, 5 years old, 153? bauds; tineiy made, showing all the
point* ot a feet trotter; tired by StMA Allen, dam the famous
trotting mare Mary A. Whitney ; record, 2:2tt,'4; he is
well wortliv the notice of horsemen, a* his good qualities,
combined with hi* great speed and endurance, make him u
, ,.rw v .I.. . I j.l ... K'.
Ill 2 :H1, 2 :i>', Knd '2 with only a lew weeks Induing; if
he fall* In good hands he in Hire to rank with the fastest; h 1
Is warranted sound, kind and true In all harness.
HANDSOME H.VY HELDINO FRANK PALMER, J R.,
fl years old, 15), hands; extra fine driver; fears nothing;
has been driven hy a lady; Is very handsome and attractive;
was sired bv I'eaoe Maker, son of Kysdyk's llanihletonian,
dam Lady Packer; he showed a mile and repeat, wnen Mr.
Sbearinan purchased him last Juno, in 'J'JIN; ho and Young
Ethan have been driven to the pole tope I her and mako an
excellent team; warranted to heal 2 40 to tho pole in condition
; he is warranted sound nnd kind.
HISAl'TIITL HAY MARE LADY EMMA,
f> years old, I5tj bunds: line style uml action; Is well
broke to all harness (double, single) ami Is an excellent
saddle tuaro ; long, llowlng muuo ami tail to tho ground;
raised In Kentucky; tired by Alexander's Abdullah, dam
Mr. Wood's premium mare; she has trotted frequently with
owner driving her to roud wagon inside of 2:40; she is u
very desirable family ninro nud warranted sound an I kind.
N. B.?THE A HOVE HORSES ARE THE HANI),
soiucst that can ho found in any gentleman's sTahtc; they
must bo seen to he appreciated; they were selected last
season for owner by competent Judges; they are all acclimated
and ready lor every day use ; a responsible and
satisfactory guarantee giveu with each horse, and if thov
don't prove as warranted they will he taken hack and money
refunded. All are invited to call, examine and ride behind
any of tho horses: they will he found as represented.
Carriages and Wagons are all first class.
City builders' full spring and side bar Wagons.
Keautitul top Pony Phaeton.
Double and single Harness, made by Dtinscomb; Rubes,
Blankets. Stable Fixtures, Ac., Ac.
All must be sold. No postponement, rain or shine.
OR MUPa"Kf RET CLASS cur PL Itoc K A WAY,
suitable for a physician ; will bo sold low fur cash or
will exchango for a young, sound Horse. Can ho seen at 21
3d St., pear 2d av.
{PGR ?aTeata*ha ho a in?tea m ofvkryfTnk,
handsome black carriage Horses, 15.3 hands high;
*enr stylish, prompt drivers; sound and kind. Also a Ooope
and double Harness, together or separate, at Anderson's
stables, 112 West50ln st.
ft A SHU (NABLK CA RRIAGES.
Landaus. Rockaways.
Landauleto. Phaetons.
Coupes. Road Wagons.
A. S. FLANDRAP,
372 and 371 Brnomo st. (old stand of Brewster A Co.)
HARNESS.?t'tlKAPK8T HARNESS STORE IN NEW
York; good Buggy Harness, hand mad", $15; good
Grocer's Ham **, $15; Rood Double Team Harness, $30 a
good Iloreo Blanket. #1 50. Please rail and examine for
yourselves. FISHER A OSBORNE, Manufacturers, No. 71
Barclay st.
HARNEB8 AND EVERYTHING PERTAINING TO
the horse at price* which cannot he beat. JOHN
MOORK, 57 Warren st.
ONE POWERFUL 1IOU8E FOR CANAI,_OR BRICK
yard, $+5; little sore forward. H8 New Chamber tte.
ANtC PRICKS?FIVE NEW TOP EXPRESS WAfT
one; fire second hand Buggies; roust sell. 124 West
10th st.
SO CM) AN!) KINO-TWO UISINKSS HOUSES. BAY*
Ix years old; very cheap. No. 35m West 52d st.
Sacripiob.?top! express and "grocer7!
Wagons. Homes and Harness. 207 West 19th st.
otalLs "in"private stable 17 West 44m sr7.
O livery prices; or whole stable leased. For sale. Park
Phaeton, two brown Horses. 7 and 8, 15.3; trot in 2 :5G.
rpRACk HULRIE8.?IN ORDER TO FOrUXsABOS
A our Sulky trade we offer frgpi stock or will bnild to order
Track Sulkies, In nil weight*. unsurpassed in quality and
form, for $ 125. BREWSTER A Co. (or Broome st)., Broodway
and 47th St. *
TXTAKTEO-A PAIR OF CARRIAGE HORSES. YOUNG*
it soirud sal kind in single or double harness: for
which first rate Board at a summer resort, lw miles from
New York, will be given. Address HORSES, box 177
Herald ofhre.
WANTED A DAPPLE Hit AY KO A I) HORSE ; Ml* ST
IT (rot better than 2:50 and be warranted sound, kind
and very gentle. Address H., box 102 Herald Uptown
Brand) office.
? HORSES FOR HALF VALUE-OO(iI) WORKERS,
O for rarts. trucks or farming; $511, $tii and $75. At SAR- I
EES stable 341 Htll St., between lit and 2d avs.
fTk ""SECOND* IIAND SIX SEAT PHAETONS* AND
_L\" Brett*. suitable for the coming Centennial; also top
and open Road Wagon*, by Brewster A Co. and oi her city
makers; lop and open Basket and Panel Pony Phaetons,
i extension top Rockaways, Coaches, Clarences, Landaus, |
Lsndaiilets. Coupes. Vict Max Coupe Rockaways and six
scat Rockaways, Sulkies an.l Skeleton*. llarne** Blankets, '
Ac. M M II CRAY.-''i ?,M| 22 Woiotsr st
if r F ' east"a:?f? st -bknxon into*. owe \ "nice 1
lt)<) top side bur gentleman's Koeil Wagon but little
used.
FOR ?\LK.
A FIRST CLASS LIQUOR STORK POB UUMtjl
West St.. opposite steamship line. Apply to WIL- (
LI AM ABBOTT, So It Chambers >1
HOOK. HITATIO,N KKV." VA11 IKTY S T O R R : V M.l'Alile
StorK nnd Fixture* and large circulating Library;
rent v ry low ; pror-M -trr must attend other business. Address
CHEAP FOR ('ASH, llerald oflict'.
AKAKK CHANCE.?'TWO HAIUtuoM-t; (is hi'OS
Brovlwny end one 0:1 Union square, with Harden1; '
the bp*t location- In the city; mutt be sold right nway.
Apply to J. EN8COE, 1.2H6 Hrosdw ijr. |
OOOD WILL OK FIRST CLASS CIOAR 8TANP IN
Onrnier's Milliard Parlor for sole cheep; good chance I
for the right man. Apply at 1.207 Broadway.
fink lTJi ou s'Tiikf: For h'>. also kls- '
lauranls, Batteries, Crte'serv nnd nil Slor s
MITCHELL. 77 Cedar St.
FINE i.iVl'ViII \ N i? i.AOKK BERK SALO.iS FdK
ssle at a sacrifice. Apply to M. POSADA, room 11,
110 Broadway.
A" WKLL KNOWN DOWNTOWN S AM PI,K ROOM FOR
sale, iu a leading thoroughfare, doing a One business;
reason* for selling given. Address M . ilernid oflice.
APAYIN'O" HO A K III NO IIOITH P.?IX LL OP BO (R D
ers. central, extraordinarily reasonable. JAMhS
CAOSEY, 15 Abingdon square, Hth av.
CI 10AK STORE FOR BALE-BKHT LOCATION IN
J llnrlein, opposite the railroad depot, 4th ar., corner
12.'>th St. __
CIIAI. YARD-WILL HKI.L (III KENT; EXCELLENT
location. Apply to- MILLS A AMBROSE. KHlh st. and
2d ar.
tykucTktorIE 'OR KALE-Oif I5 - I It05Tl. U TO
J/ oder one of the best known Stores in tho city. OEO.
W. STRICKLAND. 36 Heekumn. Corner William ?t.
jjlJRST CLVSS OYHTKR AND CHOP HOUSE IN' THE
I best locality of Brooklyn, E. P., doing a line business;
goo I reasons for*selling.
(i tFFN'KV k SMITH, 17 Centre st.
OR 8ALB?A LOT OF COMPOSITORS' STANDS
very cheap. J. L. KNIOHT, Heunett building, room
U, lixth stury.
OR S A LK-AKYrST~CLAIHNTILLK RY STO It K.
well located, with or without Stock, doing a good trade.
Apply at No. Ill Harard >t.
L'ok salk-a twintTkive year established
r Hardware, Ilouf Kurnlahlng and Stove Huelneta, with
Jobbing Shop; large corner nore in principal avenue, full
Mock, toola and Bxturea tor Sb.Vkl. for particular* and m- )
formation addrean Y., box 221 llera'd offi a.
raok ?ale-tbk stock and fixtures or-a
1? flrocery Store In Morriaania, doing a good bualne**;
ntialactory rcaaona 'or aelliug Apply to CORHKTT,
MUCHMOKE A CO.. 10Y Keade at
T7IOR HALK-A OOoD PICTURE CAR AND OUTFIT,
r Addreas II. S., Uoionville, Conn.
OK SALE?ONK OK Til KTJLDEST PI1OTOOR AT HIC
Oalleriea in the city of Waabington. Addreaa P. II. H , i
Waahington. D. O., Poet office.
FOK SALE-A FIRST CLASS KNITLTSH CHOIVAND
Ate llouae, central h.cation ; one of the oldeat in Cue
city; doing flrat claaa hnalneaa; celling on ar-ottnt of lick'
nc?a. Addreaa CHOP HOUSE, box I'Jv lieruld office
FOK HALK-A ".NKW>itEN.'H IMPKRtAL RANUK?'
K. Monenae. maker. Iflfeet long, with broiler additional,
water ha-k and boiler, but little nied and na good na new.
Apply to JOHN CAWDOR, 140 and MN 4>tli av., between
10 A. M and U M.
FjlOR SALE-STORE FIXTURES. COUNTER. 8HELV'
Ing, Sbowcaaca, Mirror. Ac. Apply in the alore, 4 a
bth ar.
T,VoR SALS?HOOD WILL AND KlXTURKR~OE~iflTe
I linerv and Trimming Store, on tburnngnfare to Centennial,
No. f.K.'Pt.tt Market at., Philadelphia.
IjVJR SALE?THE OLDEST I.lyloK STORK DOWN
V town; mnat be aotd this w eek ; tertna eu*y. Inquire of
DENIS COXslDlNH. 2M Madiaotijit.
/VENUNE IMPORTED CHERRY CURRANTS. KBD |
VT and white, warranted; about L'O i lota, to anil; told on |
account of remorel, For addreaa Inquire at the ( hatham
depot, NawJeraey. |
Ice.?part1bs in new york or vicinity who
with to bur from GO to 1,0 > tout of lee will be supplied '
at reasonable rate* bj addresalng arctic, boi 131 Herald
0 Hire
Iwii.l 8ri.ii a liquor store on THE west
tide for $1,SOO rath. If applied for within three da}a.
Addrett F., bo* 137 Herald onicr
Important noticr.-por hale, the lease,
flood Will and Flatnrea of a flrtt elate corner Liquor
Store on reaaouable terma; aleo Fixture* for liquor huaineia.
Apply at 7.V1 ,fd at,
ONE Of THE BEST SAMPLE ROOMS IN THIS CITY
downtown. LLOYD A WARD, 2P Broadway.
UAFKS I?HERRING'S. MARVIN'S, WILDER'!, VALt?
enllne A Bntler'a, all aires, cheap for earb.
WILDER SAKE COMPANY. 72 Maiden laue.
TWO FULL LENGTH FRENCH PLATE MIRRORS,
with rleli gilt trainee alao Chandelier*, tiaa Flxinrea,
Ac.. I%r tale eheao. Addrexa UONbLUW, Uurald offlta
a
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[ERA!
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ET.
KIHUPKIH STKAMHIIll'S.
/TNABD LINK.?H. AND N. A. R. M. 8. P. CO.
1 ' Viltll'U
With a view to diminishing the chance* of collision, the
stearuersuf ibis line take a specific course tor all ?e*sous of
the jear.
On the outward passage rroin Queenstown to New lork or
Boston, crossiug toe meridian of 5<i at 4tf latitude, or nothing
to the north of 4 i.
On the homeward putsagt, crowing the meridian at 50 at
42 latitude, or nothing to the north of 42
KBOM NEW VURK FOB LIVERPOOL AND QUERNSTOWN.
ALGERIA... Wed , April 5 | BOTHNIA Wea..April IS)
CHINA ..... ..Wed , April 12 I ABYSSINIA Wed. April 20
Steamers marked Uu not carry steerage pa?i>enge.-s.
Cabin puiege.fHO. (U)<> aud JfKln, gold, acc 'rding to occomruoilatioD.
Return tickets on favorable terms
Steerage tickets to and from all parts of Europe at very
Ion rates Freight and puasagc office, No. 4 Howling Green.
CHARLES I'R t N> KI.VN, Aa?r.t.
IN MAN LINE ?MAI I. STEAM EBB,
1 lOK UUKhN'STOWN ANU LIVERPOOL.
i ITV OF CHESTER Saturday. Ap.il I. at 11 A. M.
CITY OF NEW YORK ,.. Nuturduy, April S. ut H P. M.
CI I'Y OK RICHMOND ^Thursday, April 12, ut H A. M.
CITY' OK MONTREAL Saturday, April 22, at 3 P. M.
CITY OK PARIS Saturday, April 20, at 10 A. M.
I to ill plvr No. 4"> North River.
Cabin passage, f?i?, $8") and $100, gold.
Steerage, $28. currency.
Drafts ia.ued at lowest rates.
JOHN- G. DALE, Agent, 15 and K5 Broadway, N. Y.
XTORTII (IERMAN LLOYD ~
1\ STEAMSHIP LINE BETWEEN NEW YORK,
SOUTHAMPTON AND BREMEN.
Company's pier, foot <>t 2d ?t , llobuken.
IIAPSRUKO.,, .Sat., April 1 I ODER sat., April 15
NECKAIt Sat., April 8 I MAIN Sat., Anrtl 21
Rates of passage irorn Now iork to Southampton, Havre
or llroiuen
Kiret Cabin. $100, gold; Socond Cabin, $t.>0, gold; Steersco.
S'Pk rurienrv.
Ytotnin tickets ni reduced rates.
Prepaid steerage certificates, $32, currency.
Kor freight or psissge apply to
OELHICIIS A t't) . No. 2 Bowling green.
'if AM HI KG AMI-.KH 'AN PACKET < OMPANY'S I,INK
II lor PLYMOUTH. CHERBOURG and HAMBURG.
CIMBKIA tori! ?l GKI.LEKI April 20
8UKVJA April 13 | POM M KltAM A April 27
Bates of passage to Plymouth, London, Cherbourg, Humburg
and nil points In England, Scotland nnd Wales:?
Union, llrst saloon, gold >....$100
Cabin, second saloon, gold IHJ
Steerage, currency 30
KUMlAltDTA CO., C. II KK'llARD A HoAS,
General Agents, Gem-rat Passenger Agent".
01 Broad St., New York. (11 Hrondivn) . New York.
i TTNITKD STATES MAIL LINE?STEAM TO QUBBMJ.
U TOWN AND LIVERPOOL,
lulling every TUESDAY,
from pier 40 North River.
WYOMING Tuesday, April 4, nt 2 P. M.
IDAHO Tuesday, April I*. at I P. M.
NEVADA Tuesday, April 25, at 3 P. M.
Cabin, $(lf>. $70 nnd $So, currency.
Intermediate, $10; steevsire, $2(1.
Passengers booked to and from Paris. Hsmlinrg, Norway,
Sweden, Ac. Droits on Ireland, England, Prance nnd
Germany at lowest rnies
WILLIAMS A OUION, 20 Broadway.
Pill' IA L NOTICE.?fil lt~8PI ,KN DID MAIL STEAM- |
ship WYOMING sails from |iler 4t> North River, for
Gneenstown and Liverpool, on Tuesday, April 4, ut 2
o'clock P. M. Cabin, int-rmedlate mid steerage passage nt
lowest rates. Apply to WILLIAMS A UUION, 2d Uroadway.
"VT.ATKJN'AL LINE. 7
i.\ From piers 44 nnd 47 Norlb Illver.
FOR LONDON DIRECT.
HOLLAND Thursday, March 30, 9 A. M.
KOK OUKKN'STOWN AND LlVKRl'OJL.
EGYPT, April 1, SUUOA. M. I HELVETIA,Ap'1 15.9:30A.M
TIIE QUEEN, A-prilH, 3 P.M. | ENGLAND. April 2:>. 3 P. M.
Cabin passage, $(>0 and $70, currency, lieturn tickets at
reduced rates.
Steerage passage. $20, currency. Prepaid steerage ticketl
from England, Ireland and Scotland nt the lowest rates.
Drafts issued troni ?1 upward, at current prices.
Apply at the company's office, 8'd Broadway. _
r. vt. j. in km, Manager.
OTATE LINK"
O NEW YORK TO GLASGOW. LIVERPOOL DUBLIN
BELFAST AND LONDONDERRY,
from iilor 42 North lUver (foot ol Canal r.1.) a- follows
STATE OK INDI ANA Thursday, April 0
STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA Thursday, April 20
STATE OF VIRGINIA .Thursday, May 4
nnd every alternate Thursday thereafter. First oa'iin. ijfiO,
?70 and $80; return ticket!, $120. Second cabin, $45; return
ticket!, $stt. Steerage at lowest rates. Apply to
AUSTIN BALDWIN Jt CO., Agents, No. 72 Broadway, N. Y,
Steerage passage office, 46 Broadway.
"TicS OR ~L1 NB
A. CARRYING THE EXITED STATES MAIL
NEW YOKE AND GLVNGOW.
ETHIOPIA Saturday, April l.atll A. M.
VICTORIA Saturday. April 8, at 3 P. M.
CALIFORNIA Saturday, April 1.5, at 10 A.M.
BOLIVIA Saturday. April 22, at 3 P. M.
TO GLASGOW, LIVERPOOL, LONDONDERRY.
VUERN'SrowN OR BELFAST.
Cabin, $<56 to $sti. currency, according to accommodation,
INTERMEDIATE. $3.5; steerage, $2-.
Drafts Issued lor any amount at current rate!.
HENDERSON Hittfs., Agents, Xu 7 Bowling Green.
QNTTY-DIRICT UMI TO FRANC&"
THE GENERAL TRANSATLANTIC COMPANY'S MAIL
STEAMERS BETWEEN NEW YORK AND
HAVRE, CALLING AT PLYMOUTH (G. B J,
for the lauding of passenger!.
'Die splendid veaaelaof tills favorite route for tlto Contiusnt
(being more Southerly tlian any other) will nil Iroin
pier No. 43 North River, aa follows :?
LABRADOR (Sangllsr) Tuesday, April 4
AMKltlOL'E (Poua.i1/.) Tuesday, April 18
PR A NCR (Trndelle) Tuesday, April 26
| PRICK OF PASSAGE IN GOLD (Including wine*
First cabin, $1111 to $120, according to accommodation.
Second $72. Third, $40.
j Return tickets at reduced rates.
I Steera.e, $-0, with superior accommodation, including
j wine, bedding and uteuiils. without extra charge.
1 Steamers tnarko I thus ' do nut carry steerage passengers.
LOUIS DE BKBIAN, Agent. 6.6 Broadway.
"llTHPf B STAR LINE.
>T FOR OL'KENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL.
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAIL.
The steamers of this line take the Lane Routes recommended
by LR iitcnant Maury, U. S. N., going toutlt of the
Bank! on tlie p*?.-?se to Muecustowrn all the tear round.
BALTIC April 1, ut 11 A. M.
REPUBLIC April ?. at 3 P. M.
GERMANIC April 15. at 10 A. ?M.
CELTIC ' April 22. at 3 P. M.
ADRIATIC April 2?.'at!?'-TO A. M.
rrom W (lite star Docks, pier 52 North Hirer.
Kate*? Saloon. fski, ifsn and sfli"), in gold: return ticket*
on reasonable term*. Steerage, 82?t
Sa'oen, stateroom*. smoking and lmtli room* are plnced
amidships, where the noi*e and motion are lea*!, affording a
degree of comfort hitherto unattainable at sea.
ror inspection of nlanx and otiier informal! tn apply at the
company * olTl e, JIT Broadway, New York.
B. J. CORTI8. Agent
Most direct .and koonomio route"to iiol
LAND. BELGIUM. THK HIIIKE, SWITZERLAND,
AC.. AC., VIA ROTTERDAM.
8TE A M K R M AA 8 M arch 80
STEAMER ROTTERDAM . April 13
These beautiful steamer*, carrying the United State* mail
to the Netherlands, are great favorite* with the public.
'Trips regular, rate* low; coinlort and living perfect.
'WM BDYE A CO. Kor WMORRIS,
f><> Broadway.
KFSTAR LINK.
Appointed to C?rry the Belgian and United Rtate*
mail*. The lollowing steamers are appointed to sail t?
TOR AN fWEHl.
From Philadelphia. I From New York.
NEDERLANI) Maich28l KENILWORTU April ?
VADERLAND April 21 I SWITZERLAND May 3
FROM ANTWERP. ? ?
For Philadelphia. | For New York.
VADERLAND ...March 2? SWITZERLAND April 0
NF.DERLAND April 21 | KEN 11.WORTH May 3
PRICES OF PASSAGE IN CURRENOl.
First Cuhln $!'0 | Second Cabin $80
Steerage ticket* to and from all point* at the lowe?t rate*.
Passenger accommodation* for ail classes unsurpassed.
For passage, rates of freight and other information apply
to GEOUOB W. COLTON. Agent, 42 Broad ?t.
PETER WRIQHT A SONS, General .Agent*,
307 Walnut *t., Philadelphia.
JOliN MCDONALD. Passenger Agent,
No. 8 Battery place, New York.
\lMLSOS LINK FOR SOUTHA.MPTON AND HILL,
It telling trout pier Ml N'ortli River, a* follows
COLOMBO April s | HINDOO May C
OTHELLO April 22 | N aVAKINO May 20
First rahlii. 871), currency; second cabin. $4'>. currency.
Excursion tickets on very favorable torm*. Through tickets
issued to Continental and Baltic ports. Apply for tull par'
ttculars to
CHARLES L. WRIOHT A CO . 50 South ?t.
/1 HEAT WESTER N KTE A MS HIP LI N K. "
VT TO BRISTOL (KNOLAND) DIRECT.
Hull!...* r,..rr, r.l..r IN f aU Klvsr HI li.ll<IW>._
SOMERSET, Western Hatnrdny. April 15
AKAIJON, S)muniln ... ? .
Cabin paaaaice, $75; Intermediate, BIN; ueeruge, R30, currency;
exrurnon tlcketa $l'Jt?: prepaid steerage certificate*,
|t!? ' Apply to W. D MORGAN. AK.nt, r> South it.
O''DONOVAN IUHSA STEAMHII IP PASSAGE" OKflee
?Hteameni every day, Cork, Liverpool, Olaviroir,
Derry: Railroad Tickets: Drafts. payable evorywhere.
O'Dunovan Itoasa ? Hotel, IH2 Chatham square.
COASTWIli STEAMSHIPS.
TJACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP LINE
1 KG It CALIFORNIA, JAPAN, CHINA. AU8TRALIA,
NEW ZEALAND, HR1TISII COLUMBIA. A<\, Ac.,
sailing from pier foot of Canal it., North Klver.
FOR HAN FRANCISCO, VIA IHTIIMUH OF PANAMA,
Steamship COLON Friday, March 3L 12 uoon
connecting lor all Central American and South Pacific porta
FROM SAN FRANCISCO TO JAPAN AND CHINA,
CITY OF I'F.KIN April 1
PROM BAN FRANCISCO TO VICTORIA. POUT TOWNS
END. TACOMA. PORTLAND, AO., Ac.,
on the 10th and llfilli ol every mouth.
For freight or DiMAiro iippIj m t<>ot ol Canal H , N. R?
H J BI'I.LAV, Superintendent.
TjlORKAlWAt' N. P.?A PAMOU8 WINTER KKsnm 1
P Regular mall aleamalilpa from New York via Havannah,
April 8 and 15; from Havannah. April 12 and Id.
MURRAY, FERRIS A CO.. 62 Booth it.
N~"- Y. HAVANA AND MEXICAN MAIL US LINE. "
. Bteamen leave pier No. :) North River at 3 P M.
FOR HAVANA DIRECT.
CITY OF NEW YORK Saturday. April I
CITY OF MKHIDA . Turiday. April 11
CITY OF VEItA CRUZ Thursday, April 13
FOR VERA CRUZ AND NEW ORLEANS,
via Havana. Progreao, Campeachy, Titapan and Tamnleo.
CITY <>F MKRIDA Tiieartay. April 11
CITY OF MEXICO Toeaday, May 3
For freight or pasvaco apply to
F. ALEXANDER A HONS. 31 and 33 Broadway.
Mtrainara will laavo > ? Orlcana April 10 and May 7,
for Vara Crui and all nlhir porta.
\TE#"YORK" AND"'HAVANA DTRKCTMAU. LINK.?
i.1 Theaa flrat cla?? atoanuhlp* will ?all at 3 P. M from
pier 13, North River, loot ol i;?dar at., Imfilavana diract, aa
tiillowai?
WILMINGTON Tort lay, March 2?
COLl'MHUM Thuraday. April 0
Per fralaht and paaaaga, harlog unturpaaied accommodatlooa,
apply to
WM. P. CLYDR A CO., No. 1 Howllnjr Oram.
M> KELLKR, LCUM A CO., Agouti la Hiraaa
SLY DIRKCTI.INK"TtTPLOKfOA -WMKKLY I.INK
to foil Royal, H. C.; Kernnndiua. ria . Ilrunewlch,
Oa.; railing every Thuraday, from pier 'Ml Kaat Rlrar. The
ataamrr 1'irV Or DA 1.1, AM, Captain Winea, will tall Thnra
day. April ?. at 3 P. M for faruandloa and I ort Royal
ThrouRii ticket* laauad to all polnta In "orlda. For Otj?ht
or paaaaae apply to C. II. MALLORY A 1 0 , or HtKMA.
GhLPCKE, INS Maiden lane .
lJbt MAU7A? s. AND NT ; ' ;
r Cromwell l.lna ?8t?amihlp OKU, WAHHINtlT(.?N
will leave pier 10 North Rlrar on frlday. April 7, at 3 1. M.
Cabin panose. In irold. Inclodiug a.atorooo, and meala to
Halifax, tlH; t?Hl CLARK A 8&AMAN
SttWotfti.
LD.
PRICE rOUK CENTS.
I VUAirrWllUB WKAMlHIPfc
TK.WS LINK KOB OALVEHTOJI. TOL'CIUNO AT KKT
West, carrying the I'nited .States mail?Tim steamer
I CITY OK Al'STIX. Cantaili Uldridue. trill sail wo
! Saturdnr. April I. at 3 V. M.. from pier 2(J Hist Ktrer.
| Through bills of lading given to all points on the Houston
and Texas, t'entral International and tlreut Northern,
I Ualreaton, Houston and Henderson, and the lialrcston,
j llarrisburg and San Antonio railroads. freights and in
m peri or accommodation*. npplr to 0. H. M.tLLORY
CO., li>3 Maiden lane, or \V. r. C^V'DK, No. (J Howling
(J recti.
l?M>ll N KW ORLEANS DIRECT.
J THE CROMWELL LINE.
The steamship
CORTES. Captain Freeman.
ou SalurUay, April 1, m 3 o'clock 1*. M.,
from pier No. J? North River.
Through Mlla of lading given to Mobile and all principal
point? on the Mifctthnippi River.
Cabin pasaage. fOr); atoerngn, 985.
Apply to CLARK Ji SEAMAN. St) West ft.
OL'.avs LINK Of KTBAMKHIPflC
for now orleans and Toxai,
will ?ail every Saturday to New Orient)* transferring Texiu
freight there to Morgan'* Louisiana and Texas Railroad lot'
Morgan City, thence per Morgan'* line of *u?amer? to Texas
porta.
The BRASIIRAR will fail from pier 36 North Uivor, New
York, on Saturday, April 1, at 3 P. M., tor Now Orleauf
direct.
Through bill* of lading slirtied to Mobile, Halvcdon and to
I all point* on the Oalveatoti. Harrisburg aud San Antonio.
Houston ami lexas Central. international mid Great North*
oru. Texas and Pacific and Trans-Continental railroads ami
to ludluuola and San Aniouiis, and all points on tlia Gaif,
Western Texas and PaclBo Railway, Hrasos Santiago Coroiia
Christ!, lfockport, St. Mary's and l'ultno
Freight fur St. Mary's and Kulton landed at lloekport
Lighterage and Channel dues at either Corpus Clnlsti of
Uranus Santiago at the expense and risk of consignee.
Through rates to Brownsville, via Klo Grande Railroad.
Insurance can he effected under open policy of C. A. Whitney
A Co., New <Irleans From New Turk to New Orleans,
\ per rent: Iron) New V'ork to all Texas ports via New Orleans.
Tji per cent.
Freight at lowest rates. For freight or further information
apply to
CHARLES A. WHITNEY A CO., Agents,
Her 30 Not th River.
LD DOMINION STEAMSHIP COMPANY,
sailing from pier 37 North Itiior.
For Norfolk, City Point and Richmond, Tuc .days, Tliuredays
and Saturdays at 3 P. M., connecting with the Virginia
and Tennessee Air Line, Atlantic Coast Line, Piedmont Yir
I Line, Cllesapeuko and Ohio Railroad, and with the comI
nany's steam lines to interior points in North Cnroliu t and
i Virginia. Newbern and Washington, N. c. (via Norfolk).
, every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
J.ewos, Del., Monday and Thursday at t P. M., conaectlnj
with Maryland ami Delawaro railroads.
Passenger accommodations unsurpassed.
Through passage tickets and hills of lading to all p tints at
lowest rates. Insurance to Nor tola, Ac., percent. Freight
received daily at pier 37 North River, General offices, 137
Greenwich st. N. L. Mt'CREADY, President.
TRAVBUJUUP GUIDE.
t LB A NY, A". -NAVIGATION BETWEEN Tills ClTl!
_'V nd Albany will lie resumed on Saturday. April 1. by
the niagoiticeiu sleainhoats of the People's line, leaving
pier 41 North River, foot of Canal at , dally, Sui>d??s ax;
ie| ted, at ?l P. M Freight received <in > rrday
Ijennsylvania railroad.
GREAT TRCNK LINT.
AND CN1 TED STATES MAIL KOUTR.
Trains leave New York, via Desbrosies and Cortlaudtit[
ferries, as follows : ?
I Express, lor llarrisburg, Pittsburg, tha West and South,
with Pullman palace ears attached, 3:30 A. M , " and3:39
P. M. Sunday, 0 and S:30 P. M.
For Wiiliamsport and Lock llavon at 9 :30 A. Ml and 3:3?
P M. For Corry and Erie, n:30 P M., connecting at
Corry for Titilsvlllu, Petroleum Centre and the Oil Bcztnus.
For Bultimore, Washington and the South, "Limited Washington
Express" of Pullman Parlor Oars daily, except
Sunday, 0:30 A. M ; arrive Washington 4:10 P. U. Regular
at 3:40 A. M., 3 and 3 1*. M Sunday, 0 P. M
Express for Philadelphia, 7, 7:30, H:40L 9:30 A. M ; 12:10,
a, I, ? :l <>, ?, is, I, k :a I, i? r. nil el 1 j uignt. suu.iay, ^
It, 7, 8 :3cl and 'J 1* M Emigrant nud second c'iui, 7 1*. VL
For trains to Newark, Elisabeth. Hnhway, l'riuceton, Trenton,
Perth Ambciy, Flemington, Bel videre und other
tioiuti. nco local schedules at all tickot offices.
Train* arrive :?From Pittsburg, 6:55 and 10:1' V. M. and
9 :'M P. M. daily ; 10:15 A, M. and 7 :4o P. M. daily, oxcool
Monday. From Washington and Baltimore, tl :2.) A. .VL,
4t<i, 5:15 and 10:27 P M Sundav, c! J I A. M. From
Philadelphia. 5:10, lj :2U, (i :.V>. 10:1 11:20, 11 ; >t A. M..
2:15, 4 :t>5, 5:15, 0:10, 7 :40. H:lt. 0:20, 10:27 P. M. Sunday^
5:10, 6:20, 0 :"?j, 11 -51 A. M . 7:10. 9 :2U and 10:27
Ticket office*, i>20 and 944 Broadway. No. 1 Astor Mouse
and foot of Dosbrosse and Cortlaudt sic.; No. 1 Court St.,
Brooklyn; No*. Ill, 11H unci IIS Hudson St., llobokea
Emigrant tickot office, So. 8 Battery place.
FRANK THOMSON', 1). M. BOVI), Jr.,
(iencral Manager, General Passeucer Agent.
I>rilLAl>KLPHIA, VIA LONO HUANG H AND Til j
trw Jersey Soutbern llallroad ?Fare" from New York
to Phllndelplita only $2 25. commencing March 111, IH7tl.
Leave New York from pier 8 North Itiror, loot ?l lie -tor *4,
at 10:45 A M.. for Philadelphia, Ylncland and Toms Hirer.
At 1 i*. M. for Philadelphia, 1'iickerton and Toms Klver.
NY. S. KNEDEN, General Manager.
f>BOVIUENCF. AND STONINOTON STEAMSHIP CO*
NEW YUKK AM) BOSTON.
REDUCTION OF FAKE
between New York and Providence to J1.
Between New York and Boston to St.
STONINOTON LINK.
From pier 113 N'nrth Hirer, foot of Jay St., the elegant
steamer* RHODE ISLAND and NaUR YOANSEPT daily
(except Sundays). *t 5 P. M. ......
, PROVIDENCE LINK.
From pier 27 N. It., foot of I'ark place, steamships KLBD.
T KA ana OA LATE A dally (escopt Sunday* , at i :'*) P. JL
* -REGULAR CATBUILL LINK. IP THE Cl:EKK~
-,'Y. als ' for Stuvve*anl and intermediate landings'
steamer NEW CHAMPION, from Canal st.. Tuesday. Tliure
day and Saturday; s;eaiuer MrMANUS, Monday, tVeduee
day and Friday, from Leroy el . at 5 P. M.
T.AOR RONDO t'T AND KINGSTON, LVKDINIJ II
X IJiclitund Pa I la, W?if I*??2ui, Cornwall. Newburjf, Marlboro,
Nlilton, Poufrltkecpflio and F.topns? Stoambo.iti
THOMAri CORNELL toavo every Turn.fay, Thursday.
Saturday; JA.MES \V. BALDWIN. Monday, Wedn??d*y,
Friday, llarrinou *t., Pier 31 North River, at 4 P. M.
LD ESTABLISHED LIKE FOEfcfCrVB&AKY, cats'.
kill and Intermediate landing*.?Ktoainor Andrew
Hauler, froin Prankllu *t. (pier 8ft), ruoiidajr, Thursday aa4
Snturlav, it earner Monitor, Monday, Wednesday and FriAiy,
at 5 P. M.
LBOU MOTICKB.
Tllli CHAMBER* OK VllF. COURT OK COMMOIf
Picas for the City and County of New Y'ork, at th?
Court Home, In the city of New York, on the l.'llh day of
March, 1876.?Present: Hon. Chan. P. Daly, Judge of said
Court and J udae of the county of New York.
In the matter of the assignment of Mayer Ooodklnd and
Barnard Ooodklnd to Frederick Lewie for the benefit ol their
creditor*.
I'pon reading and filing the petition of Froderick Lewi*,
the assiguee as aforesaid,
It Is ordered, That he he, and he Is hereby, authorised as
assignee of said Mayer Ooodklnd and Barnard Uoodkind, to
advertise for creditors of said Mayer Uoodkind arid Barnard
tioodkind to present to him, as assignee, at his office. No. j3
(fifty two) Wlntc street. In the cltv of New York, on or before
the first day of July, 1876, all claims against said Mayer
and Barnard tioodkind. with the vouchers duly verified, by
the pnblli-atiou of tills order In the New York llerald anil
the New York Daily ltegistrr, newspapers published in tlio
county of New Yore, once In each week for four weeks sue-'
ce-?lvely; aud also by publication in the Albany Evening
Journal, pnhlished in the city of Albany, in the State of
New York, once ih eaeh week for six successive weeks; the
first publication In eaeli paper to heat least threo months'
previous to said first day of July, 1H76; and the said creditors
are hereby required to make such presentation of their
claims. CHAR
P. DALY,
A cony. Joatice.
NaritAKiKL Jinrts, Jr.,
Clerk.
All creditor* of Mayer Uoodkind and Barnard Ooodklnd.
formerly composing the lino of Uoodkind Brother*, will
f(lease present due nrools of their claims to me, as required
u the loregoing order.
FREDERICK LEWIS,
Aa*ipnae,
No. 52 White st.
New York city.
MILLINERY AM) Dm?gMAKIIO.~
V?MARIE TILLM ANN CO , OF PARIS. IMPORTERS.
liufi fine Model*; best makers. 42;u>ili av? near 26tb
.1 M
Q1DE AND SPACE PLAITINO; ALSO DOUBLE BOX.
0 plaiting done while you wait positively up to 23 inch**
wide. Save your good* by calling on t). 108Ki ll, 88 Forsyth1
si., two doors from Canal.
MACHMBR1.
\CHAKCK fGKltbOM OFFERED.-TO SHIKT AND
collar manufacturers ? A Cutting Freas, with all lislures,
in perfect order ; will answer for etnli.mlng or cutting
envelopes: and a set of envelope knives of the newest style;
must be sold for one third of value, at llfl William St., New
Torfc. U. P.
N'O EXCUSE FOIt FATAL BOlLKK EXPLOSIONS.?
ItOOT'd Safety Boilers; 45,'JUO liors-power In nse in
all parts of the world. Estimates and catalogues furnished
by addressing ABKNDKO'111 AND ROOT M ANUKAOTUIU
1 NO COMPANY. No. M Liberty a?? New York
irintbd?aTTmt i Lass horizontal tubular
t? Boiler of ri'iout 100hors# power. Address with lull
description, KINOS COUNTY RKF1NRKY, 101 Wall at.
FUHNITVR K.
* ? WEEKLY AND MONTHLY PAYMENTS TAKE*
for Furniture, Carpels and Bedding at B. M. 0OWPKKTHWAIT
A CO.'S, 155 and 157 Chatham at. An Iramen?e
stock at low prices. . :
A CCTIOK ROOMS, 80 EAST 18TII 8T.-CARPETS,
a'Y Mirrors, Sofa Beds, Armoirea, Wardrobes, Bureau,
Bedsteads, Parlor Suits, Ac., at private sale. Auction
prices.
A POSITIVE SACRTFIC PRIVATE FAMILY,
i\ needing immediate cash, will r-ll. via. :-llandaoma
Parlor Suits, in crimson and tan satin, test AS", for S'J"<i;
I $150 rep Suit. AS"; Btrlnway Plauoftrrte, $A>I, Bedroom
I Sets, with dressing cases, #V). AI Ki; single Bedsteads, Bureaus.
hair and spring Mattresses, library and dining Fnrnl
. T.s rlr I all s?iii in cot#lj?ln? ?U<1 t ft f \\ t / ?. f 1 ? > :
Paintings, Hronies. Corpete, ittAc. yard, AC. Mu-t be sold,
tfoods coo remain nn?ll M?y I. Call, brown Unix ?ri?M
rosidence, No. 47 Wmi HJtlist.. between *?th anliltn m
VrBIVATB FAMILY, DMMNIXO HOmKBXP.
in?. will oell In lute, to enlt pnrcliaswra, all tbeir elegant
and costly Household Knrnltnre. Ac.; magnificent
Stelnwae A ."tune rosewood Pianoforte; also an elegant
Windsor'Piano, coat fl.o ei, tor eatln Parlor Mtlta, coat
fIVI, for WV1: nun for ll'Jt; rati Suits, !? ; II Hedrn.>m
ulte. f ? > siitl upward; Carps ta. ()ll Paintings. Htaoaos. Mirrors,
hair and spring Mullresvee, and a general a<? >rtment
of Household f urniture, undo to order four months ago.
t ali prl' ste residence Vo 130 West u'.td st . near nth a*.
t GRRAT HACKIFICK?M AG XI PICKS r SATIN
U\. brocade Parlor Suit, nearly new. coat #4 si. lorfU.'rO;
or do ITS; Pinnolone. rep and haircloth Sulla, UtTi and
?50; Chamber Suits, with Dressing f a sea, I'd) u p; Bedsteads.
Hurcaite. Mattresses, Carpets, M) cent* up . INnlnr,
l-lbrary Furniture Curtains, Mirrors, Nlleer Ware. Call
private reaidenre I0S Karl tilth at , nnar 4th ar.
InCRNITL KK -PniVATK K ALP.; AUCTION PRICE*)
owners must aall; stored till May free ; packed, shipped
cheap FAX'dt p Auction House. I.u Ka*t I4tli at. N B ?
Large auction sate Monday. Send in .vuur goods
TIM P. LKADlNil PI KXITl'RR AM) CARI'RT IIOUSR
11 iu lb* V'ltitod on ih# lnit?lni"<nt plan, fa
(>KOR<iK A. CtAUKK H. 747 Hr<>a<l?*/. (* ?< < al larraa
tor iuriiiabinr hmi?-< a??1 Mala.
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