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PROTECTING THE ORPHAN.
1 DECISION OF THE GENERAL TERM Or THE 80 THKME COURT WHICH WILL REJOICE WIDOWS AND ORPHANS?NO COSTS TO BE ALLOWED TO PARTIES DEFEATED IN A WILL CONTEST. The Geueral Torn of the Supreme Court, presided over by Judge Davis, seem to be engaged id a laudable endeavor to correct the various abuses of the law, some ol woich were referred to at length in the Hkhzld of Sunday. The declsiou of the General Term unanimously rebuking Judge Douohao for bis "anjustltlablo" aud Illegal action In filling a debtor the amouol ol Judgment and coats which had been ob tainod aguinst him, lor contompt lu refusing to an swer a question, and commuting hiin to Jail nutil be Should have paid this unprecedented fine, was a sadly needed warning to others of our Judges. While that decision was a welcome protection ol tho outraged rights ol personal liberty an other is equally important In guarding orphans and widows from the rapacity of lawyers who are ready to cutitest wills, even when they have no genuine case, and, II they are defouteJ, feel sure of getting at least 1 heavy couusel fees out of tho estate. Judge Davis bus I Just delivered an elaborate opluion, concurred In by | Judges Brady and Daniels, decldiug that the Surrogate cannot allow costs to the defoalud party in a will con test. THH 01HRCT OP TU? DZCtSIOX. This decision Is meant to break up a practice, or, rather, malpractice, which has been goiug on for years, and robbed many a poor widow und helpless orphan of the best portion ol ihelr luhoritauce for the benefit of some speculative lawyer. In the present Instance the amount ol costs tuvolved la only $3,000 out of an estata ol about $100,000; but it Is the prin ciple which ia of Importance, and not tho accidental amount lu any caso. Tho present case arose out of the contest over the will of Eliza Llcar.cy. The Surrogate found aguinst tho coutostants, tbo Children's Aid Society aud St. Luke's ilotno. hut al lowed their counsel, Messrs. D. R. Jaques and H. L. Clinton, $3,000 for lees and disbursements. Tho exec utors of tho will, which was admitted to probate, up pealed to tho General Term Irom that part of the Sur. regale's decision making the allowance, and the latter baa now been reversed, so ibat the lawyers in ques tion have to go without their foes and are uot even re imbursed lor tneir actual expenses They have, how aver, appealed Irom this doclsion annulling' their allowances to the Court ol Appeals, whose final adjudi cation ol the question will, ol course, be looked forward to with unusual Interest by. the legal fraternity Altor showing by numerous quotations from luws und preco- ' dents that such allowances to defeated parties were never contemplated by tbe statute, Judge Davis cro ceeda in bis opinion us follows:? JUIMIK UAV18' OPINION. vVe think, thoreloro, that tne Surrogate has no power uuder lliu act of 1870 to make uilowaoces to parties who do uot ??prevail" in cases contested before bun. lie may cxcuso such purties, If the case be in his Judgment a proper one, from the payment of costs pcrsouully; but be cannot uku the subject matter of the coulohi which he adjudges to belong to the success ful party and distribute it or any purl ol it among bia del. ateu antagonists. A ooustruotlon which permns that to be done Is hostile to the spirit of our isws which lu citaes of estaultabotf testacy requires estates to be divided according to the will ol tbe testator aud in cuses ol Intestacy according to tbo statute ol'uis tributi-ina. It Is also uguiust public policy, lor It vir tuuliy oilers a bribe to reckless contestants and tbelr couusel to prevent the setilewout ot estates Uv promoting litigation and engendering strile when every interest ot tho public calls lor tbelr Speedy adjustment. It might lead to great abuses to tbe Injury of tho widows and orphans, und the creditors of deceased persons wuum ail courts ? liould be sedulous to proteet. It would be a hazard cos experiment lor a wuuilby man to attempt to dis pose oi bis estate by his own will if u could bo distrib uted at the mere will of the Surrogute uiuong tho counsel of all who chooso to eel up whatever pre tence of contest tho Ingenuity ol avsrlco can devise. We do not meun by thoso suggestions to indieaio mat the will in this case was impioperly contested, but on the contrary we ibink the contestants had probable cause to resist tho probate of the will propounded and that tboir contest was in all respects lairiy conducted kud tor ibul reuson we have excused ilioin Irom co?is in ull tho appeals. Without cousidonng the several other questions presented by the appeal, somo of which are lata! to a large portion ol the allowance, we think !' ?ur. d,al>1'? ruv?"o the parts ol the order appealed from, but without cobie. TUK HISTORY OV THK WILL *b0T? d#cl81011 revive tbo interest attaching to the case out. ol which it uruso, und which is also pending before tho Court of Appeals. Eliza Hearst an old lady ot seventy-seven, living at No 10 Charlton ?trees died on February 3, ISIbf le.vl.g w e.Ute valued at about $100,000. Two wills were found one executed on July 11, 1874-only seven months teltra ufnr<iUu.^left her property to a niece In Bos ton, a Miss Noyes, aud tbe fumily of James Lovcridau m h hUs ''m*1'1" th8 ?'U wo,n'ul lor a Tear previous to her death. Another and prior will, executed on February 8, 1873, prov.ded lor Miss NoyosaLo w .h ^|.smaller degreo, left tbo Loveridges out in the cold entirely, and left a large portion of her estate to the Children's Aid Society aud St. Luke's Home. The last named societies contested the will through their couusel, Mossrs. D. R. Jaquos and H 1 Llintou, on tho ground ol undue iniluunco exercised bv Mies Noyes and the Lovoridge family. It appeared on the trial ihut tho latter had leased the Chur ton street residence of Mra Hearsey, under agreement to leave certain rooms lor her exciusivo occupation, and to oro ride her hoard (In lieu of paying rent). Mrs. Hearsay lu tiered from a vurtely ol diseases, was leeblo and evt n flighty in her mlud?so uiucb so that she sometimes OoU."niea?i ?'le, ,U ,ler ol<1 Kl"k street residence. One of the struugest points made by the coulestuuis was that the attesting witnesses were all parUM Interested in the second will, auu that uo one know ol M execution, not even Mrs. Hearscy's old nurse un ill alter her death. Mr. Lovoridgu icslihed that'the will wus drawn up by him in tbe basement upon In aiructlotis received up stairs in her room Irom the testatrix, but that ho had lorn u>. the instruction. Surrogate? Mulchings, in an extended opinion, admitted the second will to probate ou the ground mil neitimr mental Wcakno.s nor uudno mlluouco had been esnh lisbod sufficiently to reverse It. The Genera! I'irm confirmed Ibis decisiou ou uppeul, but tho case has -.15 eeu'linc!" 10 l"? ?UUrt ?f ^?>eal?, whcre? It Is THE BURN E) J UNFORTUNATE. At last the "unknown" party, who wad suspected nl having act lire to tho clothing ol bis mistress, Lucy Krceiuuu, ul u bousu ot iil-lautu in Twenty-seventh timet, on tbo 3d 111st., and so causing hor death, was taken luto custody yesterday at the corner of llouston and Mulberry streets by detectives Eurrls and Adams. The prisoner Is u low sized man. aged forty-live, and ol a very excitable temperament. When relating bis connection with tbo and alTair before Mr. Tout, tho Coroner's clerk, ho waved bis arms to und iroaud ges Minted wildly. Ills name Is Henry Cooper; be is a saliva oi Holland; tins n strong foreign uicouiand has lived at No. 102 East Houston street. He is a pastry cook und bad been acquainted with the unfortunate girl for some time und culled on her, according to bis awn statement, on the 3d lust. The pair wero smok ing in the girl's room, and tho accident occurred through Lucy's own cure less n ess. Mho twisted up n piece ol paper oighicon inches long, lit It at the gas jet, passed It to Henry, who lit Ills cigar with it and then banded it buck to Lucy, wno also lit a cigarette. Thru sbc dropped the uupor into llie spittoon, a little behind hor, and beiore she was uwsro ol her danger her train bud caught lire and she wus enveloped in llanius. To u*e Cooper s words:? "I tried to stamp und put out ze flume, man, 1 can not; 1 run to ze bulb room, set water, do all posaihlc to stop se lire. It Is no use. /.u girl cry out; zo house Is nlurm ; peiiplo come; I urn Mruid; don't like to bo caught in such place; so 1 fly; man, not by zo bulb room." During tills speech, made In tho strongest of Krenoh seenuis, winch no doubt accounts lor his having been described us a I'reiicnmun, ho was laboring under Mis most intense exciioiuent. He concluded: ? "1 did not make liro to dis girl. Nuvnrel Nevnrc! If ze vorld sull not ImjIicvo mo, I uppo.ii to Heaven I" Tills was said with all the melodramatic gesture cal culated to add efleul to tbo words. Tbo inuu was then taken to the Central office, to he kepi Micro until ibis morning, when be will appear at the luqucsC REV. (?) MIL VALENTIN I. When tbo reverend Mr. Vulentlnl, tbo Uulian clergy man of many creeds, whose alleged vile cureer was noticed in yostorduy's Hkhai.o, loll tho court room ou Monday aliornooo lor bis cbucrless cell tn the Tombs his face was as rosy as a ripe apple uud bis nppearsuco tbut ol s iuuii uccuslomud lo good living. Yesterday, when lakon out lor further examination, be wus s marvellously chungod man. The ruddy complexion had given placo to a dcatb-ilkc hue. His eyes were Wild sua haggurd, his cheeks sunken, and tils onllie lorm app-.-ured lo have shrunk. A more marked mango in tweniy-iour hours is ol rare occurrence. Every tealurc ol Ills pale lace told ol the sulfuring be hail undergone daring bis bnel Incarceration. The case made against him ou tbe day previous by the -Society lor the i'lcvunuou ol Cruelly to Children was rcudered lullnilely worse yesterday by the lunii ninny ol a boy ol thirteen yonri, who swore to lurib- r Tile | raclices by Valcniiui. The lad lold bis story in an unblualnug maunei, anil admitted bis own complic ity wtiu sum coolness thai it were difficult lo deter mine which of the two, Valcuiinl or 'lie boy, suppos ing ihe Story to be true, was the most degraded. Alter a brlel examination Justice Kilhreih increased the prisoner's bail l.'.uuu, in .king it $3,600, and iu dc lanlt of tbe sumo ne was again seat to prison. A COSTLY CUSTOMER. In the case ol Mrs. Caroline Peterson, under the Civil Damages set against Charles Walker, proprietor ol the Weal End (Long Island) liotsl. whom she sued for $600 tor naving sold ner husband liquor, tbejuiy returned s ?cxdiot lu bar iavor lor $4oa THE YOUNG MAN FROM TIOGA. Onboard the reamer Rhode Islaud Orrin V. Hug gles, of Tioga county, Pennsylvania, yeaiarday took passage for Frovidotico. Orrlu is a young man, Iresh from Ula native lioalb and innocent ot guile, and as b# strode tbe vessel's deck yesterday be longed tor a clieeriul companion Sunn a oue presented nimself in tbe person of Ed Ncsb>l, a geutluwau peculiar "for ways tliat are dark," but wbo, In a vest and coat of clurlcal cut, is a man of singularly meek and saintly prosence. In sucb guise he came yesterday and to Mr. Buggies be imparted, with a show of oonsequenue, that be was a leather merchant who bad a cargo of bides on board. The young man Iroin Tioga was delighted to mako so reputable an acquaint ance, and when tbe latter snowed b'.m a pockctbook filled with gold coin his opinion of the stranger be came allll bigner. After absenting himself lor a while to look after his merchandise tbe clerical looking straogor reappeared, and said bnrrtediy that be waa at a loss lor changa to pay some freight charges, and taging out a one hundred dollar bill be latu it on Orrtn's lap and said? "Will you loan me $45 for an hour or two till we ean change that bill ? Keep it till thou." Mr." Kuggles wus oulv too happy to be In a position to oblige bis new acquaintance, and lie at unco counted oul the required sum. The stranger loo a it, smiled bis gratitude, rose to go, aud then, as If an idea struck blm, no said:? "Alt, pcrtiups I could get aomo change for tbe bill below. Let me buve It it you can and take ibis," at the same lime producing the plethoric pocketbook in which was ibe gold coiu. "Tage it, my dear str," be auded, peeing that Mr. Kuggies hesitated, "it is s mere form, of coursu, but judicious, sir, very judicious among business men. One cuunot loll nowadays with whom oue Is desling. Take it, sir, till 1 ro tnrn." Tbe stranger, smiling still more suavely, bowed him self away, and tbe Tioga youth placed tbe pocketbook in his coat, thinking all the time how precise and formal these business men were In their dealings. There bad been a witness, however, to this colloquy In the person of a small but thoroughly posted darky, wbo expressed bis contempt of the whole proceeding by balioing out, "llay, Loss! Hcckon you're sold. That 'ar olo cuss'll dual uway with tbo sugar. You're robbod boss, sbuab." At this Orrln F. Rugglea, of'Tmga, roso to his feet, arid, in bis surprise una consternation, hoarsely artic ulated ??Sonny, I kin run some " Aud be could. Beiore tbe stranger bad left tbe pier Orrln bad overhauled him, and with bla bund fiercely clutching tbe com ol clerical cut be demaudcu bis money. His acquaintance of tbe upper deck looked up in surprise. "Whut!" said bo, "did yon tbtuk I was stealing It, sir? If you did, sir, boio it is. Now give me mine." At this moment Sergeant Gastllu, ol the steamboat squad, appeared aud arrested Orrin's Iriend, wbo was no other tbun Edward Ncsblt, alius Adums, a well known coufldunce uperutor. It la needless to rdd that the plethoric pocketbook contained a lot ol bogua coin. LOVE VERSUS LAW. The Brooklyn Board ol Health procured a warrant from Juattce Walsh for the arreat of Johu Wuisb, re siding m Little Nassau street, near Kant uveuue, charging him with having resisted tbe ollorts ol the officer in charge ol the smallpox ambulance to remove a patient to the County Hospital, Flathusb. The patient is his daughter, a girl thirteen years ol age, sick with the smallpox. Tbe penulty lor resist ing a sunitury olllcer under sucb circumstances is Im prisonment lor col more than thirty days, or a Qua of not less tbun $10. 19 20 21 BOAItUEUS WAITED. TiftKiii "hFoky fuontC'two SECOND fiTORT back, with Board. 2U aud 28 Earn 23d, Madlt'in square, Mr,. KENT. BLOCK or WASHINGTON SQOARtt-PURNIflHBD Rooms, with good Board, 136 Macdougal it., corner Want 3d. 10ft a BLEU AN TLY PUBNIIs 11K I) ROOM ?7 ~W ITU Board, at 624 Lexington av., between 53d and 54th em. 1 StJTT OF FRONT ROOM* TO LET?WITH 1BO A 111); JLltoonis tor gentlemen ?t 230 Madison av. BLOCK EAST OK UNION AKeTTqKNTLKMEN can bo iicconiiiiodatud with Board nod pleasant Rouuih; table hoarder* taken; term* moderate; boueo hue been tboronKblv renovated, 132 Kaal Irltli tt. PARLOR FLOOR, ALSO SECOND Kl.OOK;" AM* pie closets. private batnroom. with private table, or without board; references; 3H Beat 20lh at. <*>l" AND tl 60 DAILY; $10 TO il4 FoFtWO WKKtf ?pl ly; tine rooms. Bret class table. 176 Bleecker St., near Jiroarlway. 0 5 AND 7 PROSPECT PLACE (EAST A 1ST VrT, O.clty.?A nice Suit of Kooine. eecend floor, with alcove, with sunerior Board, for two, ?10; einaller Kooui. $15. cfHr~ANu ern Ava.-vEKv desirable booms, ?J with Hoard; referencee. 3H West IHth at. 5TH"avT SL-PLKASANT^'"booms," with' 1BoTitF; references. 1 ft WA V ERLEY PLACE, NE A R 11 ROADWAYX. JLUFrout Roouis, $12 to $10, for two, with Board; tran sient, f I 80 day; table Board. $4; otoam heat. 1/t EAST fc*D ?*.?A BUT* Or" FOUR BOOMS OE J.\J second floor, with or without private table; also Room on fourth Hour. I'lSffXlT., " 144 ~ WEST.?A NICELY" FURNISHED ? /front Boom, to gentleman and wile ; Board lor lady if deeired. "I CTH sT7~ EAST.Xif. (H TU Y YES A NT PARK) -HAND" J.? Jsomelv furnished Rooms; excellent table ; perlect hoiuu; eplendid neighborhood: no inuring. BAST 4BTU ST.?8BOOND PLOOK TO LET, WITH Board. April 15; reference.s exchanged. 111 ST., WEST. 46&?COLLEOB HOTEL;"PULL Board, Irom $5 to $H per week; also transients. WEST 27TH ST. - ELEGANT KURnIhHKD Rooms, with Hoard, en snite or singly; no May moving Ol 8T StT. 2ft-? WEST. ?RACK i'Altl.OU AND BED aw I room on first tloor to let, with Board; references ex changed. 9 1 ST ST., IBB W EST.?11 A.NliS 1 \l ELY PI' It NIS11K D Rooms, with first class Hoard; house just opened. 91 ST ST.. 17 EAST.?NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS, -a I.with good table Board, at modorata prices; transients accommodated. 991) ST., 2til WEST. BETWEEN" 7Til AND 8TH aw.jav*.?Furnished Rooms, with Beard; references ex changed. OQD ST.. WEST, 440.?ELEGANT ROOMS. EN SUITE /or singly. first class private brown stone residence; table liners!. terms low for summer ; relerencns. 9 I Til ST., 134 EAST ?A LARGE, SUNNY BOOM. ? I wltb superior Board, low to permanent parties; refer ences. i)W BUT 27TH ST.?HANDMOMkLT FU KB3| K l) ww. /Rooms, with or without Board; desirable terms to per manent parties. 00 cunton"PLACE, REAR BROadwAV.-PKONT a-URonni-, with Board for two, $12 to $1R; single, $7 to $8; transient, taken. 97 WEST HSTii ST.?TUIKD FLOOR, FRONT ROOM. Aj I to let, with Board, to itentlenien or gentleman and wile. On WENT 33D' ST ?SBOOED BTORY PARLOR AMD tJawtbree Bedrooms; unexeeptionablo Board; reference exchanged. ?JO it AMD 87 WEST 14TB ST.?ROOMB^WITH O./.Board, singly or en ulte; liberal lernis to purinmirut part lea QO WEST 42D 'sT.7PiWETIM.7aEHkl?-mR PABK^ O'/House new elegant Apartments; excellent Hoard to responsible parties. Of WENT 15 I'll HIT?HANDSOME ROOM, WITH O r first class table ; terms very moderate; families or gentlemen. ?> 1 TH HT\T~NCr~ 244 WEST?H A NDSOMBlFVuR Ox nlsbed Rooms for families or geuth men; Bnaril and arentnmoilatious first class; .11111100 prices; no moving. OH EAST 21 ST ST., NEAR BKOADwXY ?HAND sltlfomely furnished Rooms, with Board lor fumllies and gentlemen; relcrencei. ??7TiT??lTXr west-pleasant rooms, with f / I lint class Hoard; no moving let of May; references exchanged. 1 1 WEST 46TII sT?front ROOM. IKCOMD I flour, with first class B rard. for gnntlem<n and wife; also a hall Room; prices moderate: relerruco. 40 WEST 24TII ST. II a.NIHsoMKLY FURXMHKD ? /s-ernnd Floor, wllli private baih . also Rooms on tolrd to families or single gentlemen, with or without Hoard; 110 moving in May. A A WEST lofil sr.. Nr.AU .vrn av.-hksikahlk 1 x Roiiiiis. superior Board; fami.les and gentlemen; terms moderate; 110 moving. 4-Til ST.. 17* WEST.?ROOMS, WITH EX. I LLENT ' ' Honru, at rndnccd prices, to desirable pe. pie wltli r. f erenees. n CLIN ION PLAf'K?Ron viH ON SECOND AND third lloot-t, double aud single, with Board; prices reasonable r,|| WEST IHTH ST. ?FOR GENTLEMEN, FUR" cJt/iiished single and double Rooms, sun strictly brat class Honrd CO WhBT 3RD Hfr?LAKOE. NI CELT P OhNlBHED ? f* lltnoiii on fourth floor, southern exposure; alto ball Room, wltb Hoard; refereiires. K/l *? Est 24TH HT., BETWEEN ?TH AV. AND ' ' r Broadway. ? Rooms, wltb Hoard, for gentlemen aud families: no objection to children ; terms reasonable lost relnrences; oouse kept by a Sou-hern ladv. r 7 wiif" 48th ??t.. between ath and bth tJ I MVS. Ilandsoiii -ly fiirnlslied Rooms, w.th Board tor families or single gentlemen. f' I IE VINO PLACE, CORNER OK MTII.-j.ilui tlx Room on socuiid floor, with or wituout Board; also Other Kooms. U| VARIt.'K lir.?A FEW HINULK HKNTLEMEN Oiosn be aocomin idated with unwd Board and pli-asani Rooms; terms and ft) per week. IRVINO I'LAUE, Too DOORS From OKaM Q ? ercy I'ark.?Wltb Hoard, entire third Floor prlrnte table II preferred ; Rooms on so.,,,,,! and leorth lloofi, WEST 121 ti St.. ONE DoOK WKsf <iV ?TII LTkW.- y private family will let some well furnished Kootn*, with Hoiiru, lo m11i?? n or iln^lu ifcntlonirii ; rotrr* iiicto, . ) ?a! HSON A V Xfo BEN fTwTfIT "ho AXf>rSKC ?ond etor.r fr'iit Room: r.o moving: refernnces. ' KAsT UTII ST.?fUItN18HEIt ROOMS, Wiril first class Board, to families and gontlent* 11; refer 108 11 113 1 . y . WRSI 14111 sT.-NIOBLV PURNlHUI l> ROOM, l_.''aitb or without Hard: references; no moving In Msy i .1.1 madIsun a v. -i wo front rooms, on 1a ^fourth Hoiy. to be vacated next week: also Rooms 01 sweond floor. Msy I, with Board; reference. h.A-T 27111 ST ? THRI-.K FiJUNIsHedTlaKOF.. m ercoud and third Honrs, with Hoard. Wi.sl Hi II SI 1 INK ROOM '.N FOURTH Boor, snltable for two. with Hoard. 120 13U BOXKDERN WANTED. I 'Jtj'rtl HI 44'lil ST.-HAN USOMKLY f dKnISHED lO* Jm*ot ud "lory front . hnu*?? mi<it*ole firtiolno; ?lo??t% hot und e?Id water; no moving; referr??< ??? rj"I W BAT ATM BT? NEAR WaSIIIINUToN (SQUARE.? iO'J f'lraaaiil 111...III. to let. with good Hoard. ______ 15H WEST MTM ?T.-fTMl U1.ASS BOARD. WITH O' 'pleasant Koouii; terma $7 to $10 per week; reference Nfiim. 1?7 lifr AOTH IT. X8A1 OlAVO onuAii SS LO I ptit.?To let, fnrui*i>e?L * Inrue auniiy Kooin. teeotiu floor to one or two gentlemen, with Brenkliut aud Ten; private family. 14Q" wiTEKLTr place, lnka"r"aFrTTAV.? hand lt?0,..m.-ly furnlahed Koom>. eaceUcnl Board; terms ?MMtU; AwtjuifMaOy. 1 SB \VEST~21 ST BT. -LA RO B"Tt6ti M TO LET, T O X? /Oono or two gentlemen. will or without Board I 7jJ M ALISON AV-MKs. IL W. JENKINS OFFERS X I Olor rant, with Board, an entire tnlle of Room.; would separate tlioiii i( daairad; possession bafora tba lat of May; no moving in May. 1(17 fuLton "St.?fukmihTiebTroom s. hand? >' l some, coinfoi taoia and convenient to bualnoaa; full or partial Hoard, i all and naa. OI K EA.-.T |0| || 9T.?NEATLY FURNISHED BOOM? JL 1 ? /with Uoam, tor oua or two gentlemen. la private family. No moving. '>1 7 WK8T"isth St^a~prTvatb pamily, lit aj I I ins in tlirir own bouse, can acroramudate two gen tlrmen with good Board and pleaaaui Rooina. on reasonable tertaa Otti EAST MiTH sT. (FIRST CLASS BROWN ? ? i-tone}.. Handsome larira Itooma; alao hall Room; good Board; tarm. raaaouabla ; reference* exchanged. '>97 WEST MTU ST.?ELEGANTLY FURNISHED < I Kootua, with or without Buard; referaucea ex changed. 9 1 WENT 23D ST.?ROOMS. EN SUITE OR Oslngle, lurnl.liod with aaw and haudaoma furniture; Drat claaa tahla; references exchanged. hoo WEST 2UT 8T.?HANDSOME ROOMS, WITlt ao.J ?lexecllcut table, to familica or gentleuieu; bouse modaru: eara, stages. Ac.; rtfarancaa 007 "WEST SSTII tJT,"-KXCELLENT BOARD AND OO I niealy Ittrnlahad Kooint in privata family; tarraarory modarala. 7?Jr WKST~2 1ST ST!?SECOND FLOOR ROOMS. TlOowlHi first alaaa Board; privata family; tariua moder ate; reloronoaa. A PRIVATE FAMILY, OWNING HOUSE, WILL HKNT. with excellaut Board, Boomt, singly and au auita. 820 Lexlugton av. ALtllilli" ROOM ~0N SECOND FLOOR TO LET, with Board, tun.ible Tor two gentlemen, by lat of May. 83 7th av., n< ar 15th at. A LARUE BACK ROOM ON SECOND FLOOR, ALSO front B<mim, oau bo bad, with Board, lu a small family. 141 Waal 22d at. K A It EL K V AT K D K A ILWA\\-HAN DSO MB ROOMS; N upariur table; lu high stoop brown atoua houaa ; tarma to suit thr timaa. 867 V\ rat 20.u at. "Parties In search or first class boakdino X accommodations should call at SANUS' Board Directory, 1,198 Broadway, room a * BOARD AND LDUGINO WANTED. 'BoaKu'^A^rirTiv^KTfmXn~Tn u' wTf? Jjlrom Muy I to Oetobar; largo farm bouse witbin easy aoceaa ol city; cream, milk, fruit, Ac. Addrets ANON. Herald olHre. Board wanted?for gentleman and wire* between 4lh and Dth ays., 10th and 42d ata.; well lur malted Room; leruia not to exceed $05 per month; best ref erences given and required. Addrcaa II. W., Boat office box 2,904. OARD WANTED?BY~T yTTunTjT'aDY.~IN A 7 rI vata bomo preferred between 2d and 0th ava. and loth and ROth ata. Addrasa. statin terma. which mint be mod crate, PERMANENT TEACHER. Herald Uptown office. BO A RD WANTED?BKTWEKM 40rH AN O BUTII STS., weat aide, for two; dinner only; $12. VERITAS, na tion 0. TX7 ANTED?ROOM AND HALL. BEDROOM, UNKUR IT nialied. with Board for two, above 42d at. Address, With terma and location, J. B. L.. Herald office. WANTED?BY HINOLB GRNTLEMAN, ROOM, WITH Board, Ave mlnutaa' walk Irom Third Avenue Railroad Depot; state terma. Address I. ORBHORY. station II. XtTANTED?BOARD FOR OBMTLKMAN AND WIFE v> In strictly private family; location above i'3d at., be. twren Lexington and 7th ava.; prico about S25 per wa>-k. Addruaa W., box 2,H53 Foil office. W' A NTEI ?-A SECOND FLO (lit IN PRIVATE FAM ily, with Buard for gentleman, wife, ehlld audnuiae; price not to exceed 9140 per month ; perir.anent if satisfied; beat relerauces given nnd required. Address, lor llires days, J. W. P..214 Wast iilthat. WANTED-fWO ROOMS AND BOARD, F'OR THREE II adults, in exchnnge fur a nuw .Irund Square I'lanu, finuat made. Addrasa MEDAL. Ilernld Uptown office. HOTELS, it'SfEW lENOLAND HOTEL?LOritllNOS 50 CENTS; Xx2H0 light Kooiua, equal to any tlrat clasa hotel; tor gou tlt'inen only ; weakly, 92 to 93. Corner Bowery aud Bay aid. ?FIFTY 92 ROOMS FOR 91 1'KU WEEK; 25e.. 35?., ..Vie, per day ; gantlemen, lamiliua. Frankfort House, 202 William at. /TITY HOI EL, BROADWAY AND 8TH HT.-9I fiO FEB V-Muy, $7 weekly, with Board; Rooms Sll weekly, 75c. daily. liiStuii CAM LIVE BETTER FOB LESS MONEY AT J Urand Union Hotel, i'ark av. and 41at at., thau auy other place in city; restaurant one of thu beat. W. D. GARRISON. Flower city house, 17 clintonVlauk, few doors west of Broadway. ? First class Aoeomuioiiatlous fur periiiauent and tranaloui gueats; alao day ooardera. ST. OERMAIN, 5TII AV...22D ST., BROADWa?7?RE auction of rales?via., fufl Board. 92; without, 91, ami upward; eplendld location; Koom? all Irunt; elevator; bath*. SOUTHERN IJOTKI-?91 OO AND $2 A DAY; $7 AND 0$S a week. 070 Broadway, corner 3d at. COtHTHY BOARD. f>T?AKD "at OsO A W A N.V-ONdl UHHON,* N K A K STA I Ji lull: .TO acre*: six Rooms tu let; homing mid fishing. Address Miss K. CltUHHU. i'racer's on the lludaon; wl.l lie at the HnlWM House April III, rroiu HI A. M. tu II 1'. M. Board" MAT ? k BAD WITH "FitIVATM FAMILY AT Montclalr, N. J i ? family desiring permaneut hoard pre ferred; shade, fruit, atablea, Ac.; near depot, h. T. U., bog 140 llerald oBoe. _______________ CTHILDKKN HOARDED flS MONTHLY;' MolHEKLY Ji-are; convenleoi and healthy locality. Call Wednesday 7-17 Broadway, 'oun 17. ("10CMTBT BOARD?AT A1YKBOALB, ON flUMOX*, J\ PI minutes fr mi city; location unsurpassed; torma mod erate: rctorencoa exchanged. l"S Weil 47tn .1. 1NOUR ADULTS ( AN ORTAIN HOARD AT IIACKBN lack. S. J.; location tha boat. Adilroaa B., bux lull Her ald office. n KRENWIOII, CONN.-FOK KIllST CLASS BOA It I) JTUULLRY (? ItOVK, (irrenwlcb. Conn. IN A HKAUTIFUL VILLAHK, ACCESSIBLE HY RAIL and steamer and five mllea diatant from the ocean ; ttsh ing and alill water ha1 hing: parties with children need nut apply. Mrs. II FRENCH. Sag Harbor. L i. OKASIDK HOARD WANTKD?FOR LADY. SKVRN tjiniall rhildruii and two aervanta: mnst be within one hour of New York. Address I'l'-TERN, northwest corner of Lexington av. and 7Hth st. WANTKD?AT PLAINKIBLI), N. J.. BOAKl* FROM April IK), within live uiiuutna of depot, for huahand, wile, child. Infant andnurae; two eooneetlng rnoms ; term, not to exceed CJX Der week. Addre.a, with full particu lars, B. I).. box ISO. Herald office WANTKD?IN THE VICINITY OF CITY TtVO CON necting Rooms. with private table for three adults. Address WaLLACK, do Kast 12th st. O/l MIMTEH HY t'K.NIRAL RAILROAD. L.UKiK L\j r M Rooms, good Hoard. Address Mrs. D. VAN ilOKN, box -111 I'ost oilier. fSreanville, N J. SIMMKIt HKMOItTM. II AMILTON HOUSE. STAMFORD, CONN.-IIBALTH, home eouifurtf, accessibility. Send lor circular. Monti ltut. if. j.?mount prosi-bct house. under entirely new inan igeiuent, new op in ; arrange m nts cuii new be made for season. ST. M A It K's HOTKL. NEW UIMUIITON. H. I.. HILL upon in May; two I ullages with or without private taule. Applications fur beard address lo K. F. COLE. POMT DFFItK ik'OTICK. }y< is'i'v i> f ic k ~n ? ?f K;>r ' The foreign malls lur tho week ending Saturday, April 14, 1H77. will close at this olflee on lurtday. st I'd M , lor E.urona. bv steamer Idaho via tjueeiisinwii; en Wednes day, nt It A M.. lur Kurepe, ny steamer Kussia via (Ju.-ensiowti; on Thnr?da) , at 11 ..n > a. M. lor Kuroi a ny rteaiuer Oellert via I'lyinnnth Cherbourg and Hamburg; on Saturday, at II ltd A M. lor Uermany. Ac . by Hteainer Nrcknr vl i Southampton and $retnen ie< rre?poudanee lor Ornat llrltatu iiidKraiic# tu e lerwsrded by this stasnier must he specially addressedi, and at 12 Vl., lur Kurui a by steamer Uity uf ItlchniuuH via l^uoeu-lown eorraspou dene* lor (lermany. Scotland nnj North uf Ireland to be forwarded by this steam r must be specially addressed , ami it 12 M . fur Scotland and North ef 1 raland h> stenmer Usiliurnia via Movllle and Olasguw. Tho st-iiniers I latin, itusala and City of Richmond do nut take inalis tor I (oil man., Sweden and Norway The mails lor the West lube s v a Hermit la and St. Thomas leave New York April 12. The malls lor i'nrto Rico direct leave New York April 14. The ma I a lor Nassau N. I' leave New Yolk April I*. The mails for China and .1 span leave San Francisco April 17. Tli ? in ills lur Australia, Ik, leave New York lur Han Fran Cisco April 2T. T. L. JAMES. I'ostmaster. New VoitK. April 7. H77. WASTED TO PI'It ('II ASK. <T|IOW CASK VV.v fED -FoR I He iji. I sl!)i. \ "vEftY ~i .. .. i:'.e. l.ldross, with particuluri and lowest pr.ee. II. U., Herald oHio AlISCK Lis AN IfiOl/ A. hhTn waIus caf,ifokxi a'011fxkse LauSdiVy, 'it 7th av ?Carmeiit* wa bed and Ironed cheap and well; nods taken home. ATAl'WKit'M AMERICAN ILAYINU CaKIJS NEW I ill dcslgus. Including (Jiiaiirnntals (round corners), now ready. IJUOKKT CfHN DKIKCTDH, 25 CENTS; THE BEST I out; agciita wanted. !>.*i Liberty st.. ruciki II. I) vKLiiR, Df.M.Ml ROHM aM? STOKE FLOORS laid In walnut ard ash at the shortest notice. N. JOHNSON, 4IO Hudson st. WATCIIKN, JEVVEMIY, ct< . "A ?AT MI7 HKOADWAY'. "CORNER 12 I'll ST.? J\sLIainonds, Watches, Jewelrv. silks and Personal I'upeity of every description . ought mid sold; loans ncgutinied. I .-A AC H.vElf. 4 I LYNi'li'S DIAMOND STORK, ?I5 it I.OA DVY A Y, jVuear'JI-t s;., fnriiicrly 72.7 Broadway established 1*4-1), bargains in DismeniH, Watches and Jewelry. Stiver, Ac. i Fair of seven car.t ukili.Iants, ?7.vi, i JYworth $l.0UO. J. II. JOIlNsTON, l&o Mowcry. ieruer Hroouie st. t ?WILL KE.MOVE 1ST OF MAY III Im7 HUOAD j \ iw iy, hoi ween 2'Rli mid 21st ate JAMES I'. MAT THEW'S, BU7 Mruadwey, corner 4th st A T LVNCII'S. HIS HKOAHWAV. NEAR 2IST ST.. lMamen ls. Waichas, Jewelry. Silverware, Shawls, Ae., glit and sold; loans negotiated; ladies' private oitlce. A T ;i<:i HOWI.KY, MONEY ADVANCED ON DIA mends. W etches Jewelry, Ac. : also I'awnbrokcra' lick ol the saui" beughl at illt'l llewery olflee Nu 1 M VERS A CO,, lid SI'RINH ST., BLUE FRONT.? Dlairionds. W atclies, Jewulr) bought and sold at small VI >NKY ON DIAMONDS, FCHs. All.-DIAMONDS. jvLWatches Jewelry, silver*are. Seal Sacques, Camel's II or shawls. Silks, Ac., bunght and s dd bark at a very Small advance. UbO. 0. ALLEN, Jeweller, I.1U0 Broad' war. lie r 2?ih st ami wK.-nicvrs. rrsxnrb'pkkA H6i sif "ib'SVSat Trt-DAY. J mo Sih a?. and25d at. J.'},1?. ?(1S7 THEATRE IN AMERICA. ?niWl , DONNELLY. hula Leasees and Mauag 're MATINEE, <?,MIss ML'LTO.N. IO-UAY. RATI ME. | MISS MULTON. jO-RAY. MATINEE. I MISS MILTON. TO-DAY. MATINEE. I miss mi'ltov ?-dav. matinsk. imiss multon. today. matinee, miss mclton. ?R*?. matixkk. Imiss melton, to-day.? matinee. ?M1SS MELTON Jaant week of tuiti beuutitul Domestic Pley, now playing 10 lull anu (ailtioiiable Uou?e* with a nifignittceut c*>t of characters aud the original upleodid sf?*tt?rr from the DU^,.oonU;M,iN HgtAKh TlfKATHK. ?H!k.y ?PjKATsin orchestra circle SO CENTS m. l uM.im*r'ln elegant tiylt. the exquieito Play, i? ? 'I 7*?. with a marvellous cant of cliarHClere and all the original treue?y Nnd effeots. liu.Sh Mil;IIEL. UlOS HQ I'ARE TIlKVIRfC U Proprietor SHKIUDAN SHOOK. Manager Mr. A M. paLMBK. EVERY NICIIT. the uaniciieffsT riot RE CRoWbLO AT every KEI'RE.-EN'l ation OOOlI PLAYS produced at the UNION SUE ARB THEATRE." SATURDAY. AT I ::?0. ELEVENTH MATINEE OK THE DAN IE II EKES. OOTH'S THKATRB. JOHN McCJLLOUUH JAKKETT a PALMER Le?seot aud Mauagers The brevity of the engagement ol Mr. McCULLOUGIl admits of uo delay for tlioae who desire to *c? hia magnifi cent iiuperacuatioua None ol the piece* will be repoated beyond the nmunor of lluiea announced. On Monday next tha diatlnguivlied actor will appear In lile grout character of THE GLADIATOR. TO-NIGHT, WEDNESDAY. APRIL IL Grand Shakespearian revival. RICHARD 111. THURSDAY EVENING?-"Repetition of RICHARD lit FRIDAY EVENING, OTHELLO. Mr MoCULLOUGlI In tho title part: Mr E H Ward* a> lav". UATUKDA V MAITvEE. OTIIELLO. Mr. MoCULLOUGlI u? I AGO. Mr. Warite In thn title part. SATURDAY N1GIIT? Repetition of KINO RICHARD III. MATINEB SATURDAY BEGINS AT 1:30. BOOTH'S THEATRE. TilE GIt ?. AT EVENT. MR TUOKKK'S FAREWELL ItEN KFIT I I ! Tho grand dramatic and musical entertainment will he given on THURSDAY AFTERNOON, April ID, when a >ur piI-In I) great hill will be oftered. Among the renowned volunteering artists are the distin guished comedienne, MISS FANNY DAVENPORT I Tha representative American prima omnia. Miss t'LAK t LOUISE KELLOGG I The great tragedian, MR. JOHN McCULLOUOIl ! And othere. wlioeo tiamee will aiinrllv transpire. THE SALE OF RESERVED SEATS begins thL morning at the box olllcu. SECURED sEAT.s fl SO MR TOOK I.R'# IIBN BI IT.?OLARA LOUIM KSC LOGg, Atnerlca'a rcpreeentittlve prima douna, itppcara. SALE OF SEATS begins to-day. MISS FANNY ' DAVENPORT APPEARS AT* MR. I'OOKKICS FAREWELL ItENEFIT. Ihv the courtooua coumoi ol Manager DALY. Sule ol >?ata begun. CHfP BROADWAY TIIEATKK.-OWING"tVtHK sudden aud severe Illness of MDs Mordauut thore will ha uo perlnrtnauce given at thla theatre until further notice OADRMY OF MUsIO. ITALTaN" OPERA*. | ALHITES A PALM 1ERI DIRECTORS D. DE VIVO MANAGER FREE LIST ENTIRELY SUSPENDED. Ill GREAT OPERATIC EVENT! TO-MOIUtoW rat S o'clock], IO MORROW. INITIAL PRODUCTION IN AMERICA OF VEllDI'S GRAND TRAGIC uPEKA, 7 DON OARLoVr DON CAR LOS, I don Carlos, | which eomhlnea all the maestro'* unrivalled wealth of melody and orcliuatral olivet*. TOMORROW (THURSDAY), APRIL 12. ^ [ebut nf the heautirul distinguished prima douua, Signoritia TERKHINA R ? STELLI. The caat enn.racing Mine. PaLMIKRI, IIiu eupurh artlat. Nlgunr CKLaDA, the plieniiiiirual tenor. Big. BAUTOl.A-G, the eminont baritone; Slg. DAG NK? ORO, the line haaao; Mile*. FKRSIANI. IIA STELLI, Ac. A OORCiEOUs MISK EN SCENE. A CHORUS OF tin VOICES, aud the ORCHESTRA and STAGE It 1ND, numbering 75 virtuosi, under the aula direction of Mr. MAX MARKTZEK. Alao two hanitrrd CJ'?i| auxiliaries fur the GRAND PRO CESSION In the third art. SEATS FOR DON CARLOS FORSALK NOW AT THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC, at 701 and 111 Broadway: alao at -II Union nuiiar*. FRIDAY. SECOND NIGHT OK DON CARLOS. CADKMV OF MUSIC-MATINEE--I U'sT. MaTINKE (SATURDAY AT 2) MATINEE. FAUST. FAl.ST, FAUST. Matinee prices?Arlmlaaiou. (1 -. raarrved aaats, 50c. extra ^TKINWAY HALL. "" " Last appearance of OLE RULE la New York prior to hia departure for Europe. llie greataat living performer ou the violin will give another ORAND CONCERT, WEDNESDAY EVENING, April II, In which the follow lug artists will appear:? MLLE. KM MA~Til UllSBY, the moat eminent American Ceucert Vocalist. BIG. TAULIaFIP.TRA, the groat Baritone. M.MK. CAKKBNO HA If RET, the renown, d Planlal. Admlaaloti. SI; reserved seats. .Ml cent* extra. Heals cau now be soeorvd at Steiuway Hall, 111 and 701 Broadway, aud 2'i Union square. OLYMPIC THEATRIC M BROADWAY. Brilliant anrcee* of HUMI'TY DUMPTY. HCMPTY DUMPl'Y, with NICK ROBERTS' TROUPE and GRIMALDI. POPULAR PRICES. ADMISSION TO ALL PARIS OF HOUSE. 25 CENTS. TWENTY FIVE CENTS TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. THE BEST O KCII ICS IRA CHAIRS FIFTY CENTS. EIFFY CENTS. FIFTY CENTS. MATINt K MATIN EE MATINEE THIS WEDNESDAY AT 2 P. M. T1IIS WEDNESDAY AT 2 l?. M. Bowery ni<?.atke. Thl? evening will be presented Tom Tuylor'i celebrated lltui??l the TICKET OK LEAVE MAN, with a splendid cant; preceded by ? KAVOIllTK K.ARCK. HELLER'S WON OKU THEATRE. 72S?BROADWAY?TM>. Crowded and Fashionable Audience*. LAST WEEK BUT ONE UK HELLER'S I The m.>?t a.tonudlng I WONDERS III LLKK'S I programme of [WONDERS HELLER'S MIRACLE* A . I? WONDERS I WONDERS over produced In New York. WONDERS WONDERS The famous H it Trick. I WONDERS | WONDERS LEOTARD. I WONDERS THE SPIRIT COMEDY. WONDERS Mr*. Keptlr. Ml?* HELLER. | WONDERS HoXINU A MEDIUM. WONDERS STORM AND SUNSHINE. | WONDERS HELLER'S HELLER'S HELLKlt'M IIEI.L' IT'S III 1.1.KR'n I1EI.I.KiCS H LLKK'S IP LLKK'S HELLER'S EVERY EVEN I NO AT H O'CLOCK. MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AT 2. CHILDREN HALF PRICK TO MAiINKK. Air PUNCH?SATURDAY MAIINKK. 1>arisian varieties, i everything lUlh ?t. null Hruadwav I lirel class, tiood Old Tlni'S Resumed. CheiiK" "I I'ro rammc To night. New Hid end Company Tonight. Handsomest Ballot India World. Lovely Models In Tableau* Vlvoiite. PlipiHiit Novelties b. the larirctt aid Kent 1 Oilman* in the City. Matlneo Monilay, Thur?iUv end Saturday, at '2. I KOTAUD TODAY. ATX |j IIKLLRK'S WONDER THEATRE. WANTED?2D PRETTY CHILDREN, Alto T 10 TT yearn old. lor dramatic production; alio character actor, who can ailit; baritone nolo, and f.r*t clasn singing koubrette Apply 1,215 II roan war dnliT. about noon. rilllK MaRVKlI.OLS IIAI THICK I HELLER MATINEE TODAY. Oratorio society ok new york. STEIN WAY HALL (TREAT PC h LIC REHEARSAL SATURDAY AFTERNOON. AI'KIL 14. at '2 ::?> o'e nek. TDK CREATION. TIIE DURATION. Soloists. Miss EMMAO. THOUSBY, Ml (TEOIUTE SIMPSON an I FRANK ICI.VMERIT. Seats at #1 can now be procured at Till and 111 Broad way. X'l Union square and Meinway Hall. (KOTARD ON THE TilAl'EZK. J IIELI.KR MAllNKE TO-DAY. / S RAND CONCERT COMPl.lMF.NTAKV.-MR YJIKI) vXerieli Bowovlti (pianist ol the I rlephone concerts!. Sig. nor t'amaro Mime* 4.urn, "cliull, Slmpeop and other artlnts have volunteered their eervlcee for the Oraiul Concert to lie given in Orace Itaptint Church 'Nil nc. near 7tti av , for the hencBl ol the Purcbuee Fund, on Ihurnd.iy evening, April 12 at S o'clock. Doom op ii at 1 o'clock. Ticket* *1 . three for *2. HANDEL'S CKi.KIIrtATKD "LARGO." As PLAYED with great nuccenn hi Tbeo. Ibomae' orchestra, ar tanged lor pleno by Vt illlaiu Mam p. price Pat , lust pun halted by EDWARD hCIIUUERIII A CO. 2.1 Union ?i|iiar*. M RS. KHPTIC. TO DAY AT 2. iiellbR's wonder theatre I tilli'KKItl.NO HALL, WEDNESDAY KVENtNO, " J April 11, tirand Charity Concert with Rrcliatiop; ME* ltcehe, aopraun; Mr Nll?*n, tenor. Mr A II P"*?*. planlnt; Mr. i harien nbevt-. Jr , elocutionist; Mr. C. Florlo. acc ni panlnt. nsarved Seats $1, at echnberth'i, 22 Union square, and at the door. LTROBISIIER '? POPULAR It CITALM.?Jl nT O! T JT New select ion*. X?c FRENCH A son. 122 Nannau ?t . niul all book atorr*. / i KNKRAL NEWTON'S LECTURE. W ITH EXTKN "Xalvo tkperinieutn, on "The Improvement* Being Mole In the Eant River, and Their Futnre Importance to the Metropolis" thenelit ol Central Dispensary/, at Cooper In stilule. Hila evening, el s p M. Eoa ollice at Cooper Institute now opeu. Admission, .Vic. ; reserved seat*. SI. Dp > Lais ROYAL," ?Sii 9TH AV. ?FOR TV YOl.'Ml I indjutti'udiiUv Hon t (orgel tlie lA?t bull Thursday nirfbt. <#r?unl w DHitxiiiitd. B OXINU A MEDIUM To-DAY. IIKi.Ll.ll MATINEE. THE NEW AMERICAN MUsEUM, ltd AND 105 MOW. ery.-NOVKL MECHANICAL AHVKLH The won ilerlul IIHO.lfk) Hermsn Family of Mites: BusUmen end Wild Boys. Open oslly from III A. M. to Id P M. ADMISSION, 15 CENTS. JOfTRBHHTn. THeaWe com i que, sm' bhoadwav.* UARUIUAN A llAHT ? Prodilelora M W. IUNLEY ... M auagar MON A HoN'? DREAM MAKKIGaN * IIA KI' Ta?r|hle Exaraplr. ( noI B.rgen. flnu Laughing Soup; IS*rtMe )-,aarnplr. < "01 B urgent, iiia.it Laughing tli.i fbaipley*. Nttydam HrulTit?t, (Juilter and iioldrtco; M1 -i N bitllugitaiu aud Ma t<*r NiViam. Edwin French. Billy Bariy, Tbomaa uml Wat'ou, Alloa Bennett, Hilly Gray. MOlAIIOX'il DltKAM every Evening, Wadnaaday Ail Saturday Matit 1U 8~ OR A NO **W aUNE It O PE BA " FKWiVa lT T Mr. J. C. PRY! II rsetmctfully announces that pre para tloue ate tow being mad* for lire 8KCO.Nl> WAONEK FESTIVAL in new yokk. Due uotlca will be fiveti of the commencement af tUe tela of ?e*?un ticket' A OADSMTOV M U8IG. IKOQitfl Mr. J. O, FRYER. ...Dlieclor O It A M > WAGNER OPERA FK8T. Mr. J. 0. FRYER rc-p ?? t'uJbj entiounc HIS FIRST BENEFIT IX BROOKLYN, on THURSDAY EVENING, April 12, 1x77, at 8, and tbo Hual performance tliia eeaeou in Brookhu. TANNHAU8KR TaNNMaU8EB will be pi-r 1. ruiel with a great caet. Mine. tllihMI. PaPPKN II a 1 M, In ber great role af ELIZABETH. Seateeau now ba had at 111 Broadway, Haw York, aAd Brooklyn Academy of Muelo. ALY'8 FIFTH AVENUE TBUTU. " " D' EVKKY NIt? IIT AT H O'CLOCK. ALL NOVELTIES POSTPONED In consequence of tha ILMI'.NSK POPULAR SENSATION created by the ppp RRlt It NN N COO EP.EK SbS 888 p p It R 11 N N N C C E S 8 8 8 p p It It II .V N N c K 8 S ppp p % RRR 11 X N N 0 T.T.K ft Sri 888 R R II N X N o E S 8 p R R II N N N c c K S 8 8 8 p R R 11 N NN ccc EEEB 888 888 ItKRR OOO Y Y A L It H O O Y Y AA L R R O O Y Y A A L I: Kit It DO VY A A L It It O O Y AA AA L It O O Y A A L R It OOO Y A A LLL1.? Mr. coon L AN at The OFFICEK of TORTI.'NK Mine DAVENPORT an The PUl.NCh.S8 ROYAL The IIK KALI) miye : "The theatre le erowdad, and tha Princeaa Ituyiil UNQUESTIONABLY A SVUCK-S." I he Till HI NT nay*:?"The epMlator lollowe the nctlou with nil 1*. AO It Dr.BIKE to know where it a ill end 1" I he M Alt. ?aye"Xo popular elo.nenl le lacking." Tha TIMES en)a:?"The applanae le unaiilmmie." Tha SENSATION AL TAHLEAt S nl thtly redumanded. riiK movi.no iii>t*sr. t Tlio ENCHANTED MIRROR! Tha OK AND PANORAMA I "PRINCESS ROYAL " r MA TINEE / Suate aacurud two waeka abaad. SATURDAY Af 2. ) WALLACE'S. Proprietor .ind Manager Mr. LESTER WALLACE. 21 I'll, 2f>T11. atfl'II, 27TII. 2STH, 2UTH nighia ol the new eucceae, ?MY AWFUL DAI), to witnnei which play the management hava to announce AN UNUSUALLY UREaT DEMAND FOR SEaTs. and t.* recommend an early application at tho box office to ?void inconvenience and d?appolntmeut. mr. luster Wallace THE AWFUL DAD. We have auother hit of the nlav In the very rich actlnr of Mr. It ailack at an Kpgliah llarriater uddrt?-dug a jury lor hit Injured ciiept. Yet ba doaa not remind you ol Boifui, but rather ol a man ol noia, aud thai at) le of eloquence which a clever pleader tlaee bolore au Euirlieh Jurv. No one without the thouiand little OlegatieSB ot expression niiiI muiiner wtileli only Luster Wullack haa could i.egiu to play the pait na well.?Correspondence Cincinnati I 'inquirer. MR. II "" A Kit V BECKETT, Mil. E. M. HOLLAND, MR SHANNON. MR EDWIN, Mil. LEONARD. MISS ROSE WOOD. MISS JOSEPHINE HAKt-.R. M US. JOHN HEF TON, MISS CLARA BATE, MISS K TIIORXToN. ACT I.-LONDON, llow Evergreen .Minor lectured his disobedient parent, ?lid how Evergreen Mulor called himself to the nar ACT 11.-I.oNDoN llow Evergreen Major worked the Loveklu Cold Mine, and how Evergreen Minor dressed tor a fancy ball. ACT 111. SCAKllO Ol.TIII. llow Evcrgrceu Minor euiured upon courtalilp. and how Evergreen Major entered In tneaame race How the Minor behaved in a duel which lie didn't light, and how tha Major won a bride mud u "splendid uutlll." 1YCEUM THEATRE. ADELAIDE LENNOX. J MONDAY EVENING, APRIL it). CA.MILLK.I icamillk. CA.MILLE. | MISS Ic.VMll.LE. CAMII.LK I ADELAIDE iCAuILLE. CAMILLE. LENNOX CAMI1.Lt. CAMII.LK | aa CA M I LLP, Ml- LENNOX will bo snpportedby Mr HENRY DALTON a? vrtnaiid and a strong cant. Tho aale of aeats begun at the box otlice to-morrow. E VOLE THEATRE. ANNA DICKINSON SEASON Proprietor and Manager ...Mr. JOHU liAKT (.HAND SUCCESS OF MISS ANNA DICKINSON and her masterpiece of the Mage, entitled. GRAND | A CROWN OF THORNS; I TRIUMPH GRAND A CitOWN OF THORNS; TRIUMPH IRANI) Or. TRIUMPH A GRAND| A GRAND] ANNB HOLEYN. 1 TRIUMPH EVERY Evi EVERY EvENINo and at the SATURDAY MATINEE, ANNA DICKINSON, ANNA DICKINSON, supported liy the great cast. Box office open dahv Iroiu I) to MATINI1K saTI RDAY. PT. HA It SlJM's, ? with Ilia Miff AND ONLY GKI.AfKSr SHOW ON EARTII, FOR A BRIEF SEASON ONLY, ?I UILMORE'S GARDEN. AN ADDITIONAL HALF MILLION INVESTED. A MENAGERIE OF It WiK BRUTE BAlm.S ADDED, A MAMMOTH MUSEUM OK NEW MECHANICAL MARVELS More anil Rarer Wild llrnta. Birds and Reptiles, mora Marvellous Human Prodigies and more Educated Aiiimala and .Magiiilicnul *11ick Horses tliuu warn over betore exhibited. TIIK CTRCUS sensations OP EC HOPE SPECIALLY IMPORTED TO AMA7.K AMERICA. INCLI'Dl.NU A $1*1,110) STUD OP SIX SUFKRB. CO *L BLACK. EDUCATED STALLIONS, for whose equal* I will gladly give If.'*),!* a I, Intro.lured all together, they simultaneously, and as one company execute the moat anloin-hlag and uiisurpassalile arts end cvoluiioas. MIsS II i'NGI.EIl'S original cad electrify la* Double Ma unco Act, introducing TWO MAGNIFICENT $lll,t**? slALLIONS. ridden ana driven teiulem. For the < ounlerpnrt of which I will al?o pav MVUIOO. Far THE GREATEST CIRCUS EVER SEEN IN THE GREAT CITY. OVER If*l PEERLESS PRINCIPAL AUKNIC CEI.i -HRlTll 8. Inrludlnjt CIlARLEs W. FISH, THE UNCHALLKNOEIi KARKIIACK RIDER OK THE L NIV ERR It, NEW PACES AND FAMOUS FOOLH. PRICES TO SUIT ALL CLASSES. Orchestra Chairs.. ,.7'ronta Family Circle .'SI cent a Gallery ltd Cents i lilt ircii under nine, to Family Circle. t!> cents; to Orchestra Chairs, Sti cents. Doors open at I and 7 P. M Grand Anltna end Arcnia Spnctaeular entree one liour later. ARK THEATRE? BROADWAY AND 22D ST. HENRY E. AH BEY... Lessee and Manairer P 11 Til WEEK I 74th Performance Til I III) MONTH, lllll AhEK TONKillT. THIRD MONTH. I IT' 11 W K E K. I Everybody seela* THIRD MONTH. II lll WEEK. I It over attain THIRD MONTH. Leonard Gruter s amusing American Coniuuy, oCR hoarding house, III R HOARDING MOUSE, ocr hoarding lit)Usi? III I HOtRDING HOUSE, OUR HOARDING Hoi se, Ol.It HUaKDING hoi he, OUR HO RUING OUSe, EVERY EVENING Al 8. SATURDAY MATIXRR AT 2. ?#* Reserved seats in llalcony, jOc. i Diess Clrcla, $1; OrcUestra, $1 .'iO. Admission ilalcony, Toe. : Orcliustra, $1. I RKK LIS Usui,I TF.LV SUSPENDED Doe hoi ice will be ,-lvou of tiie rontreu of .Mr. JOHN T. RAYMOND as COLON i-.L SELLERS. AN FIIANCI-CO MINSTRELS. \X FRANCISCO MINSTRELH. BIRCH. WAMBGLD, BACKUS. 8 Oft* Kit A Mol'sSfc., Hronil wny, comer 2tHn ?t. Colo etl Sotirlv Play. ukli.nKp nis.\ ti i . 8u?*n'? Sereiindo Scrnrn at sleircrmin Xarket Ooiirt. S" SAN FRANCISCO MINTRKLS Tile. VERY II, Al) AND FRONT OF MINISTRKLSY. . UKC'EI VKII WITH SCREAMS NIGHTLY Hart, Rudolpli, Hail. Hamilton, FriUman. Keymond, Johnson and Powers, iticardo, Muilalv, Orchestra. Heats secured Matinee Salnrdsy at 2 piHir heading to-day. at 2. UKLLEu'8 WONDER THEATRE. rri'iB great nf.w York aquarium, X Broadway and 3fith at. Open daily from DAM till 10 P. M l.a,t week ol Miss VIVIF.NXE LI HIN. WONDERFUL PIIYsIoLor.U il, EXPERIMENT. Hiioaiiilut! Ilia under water minutes without breath In*. Fyke s troupe ef Madrigal Hoys and Glee Club. Vocal and Instrumental Ooneerl* Eyeless Fishe, irorn Mammoth Cave, six Axoiotl from Mexico, Chinese Quadruple-1 ailed Fishes, Performing .teals, Sea Lion, Se ? Otters Blind Pro. leusfrom Austria, thousand* of t m ,<> ' V| iriue Object* lilmlaslpn. M)cents t Irrldren half price. / 1 I;ItM A M I A THEATRE. \JTaIi. N KultN DoRFP Director TO-DAY, THEUKHE KRONR'M CoMEIIY, la three act*, hv haffnkr. Bos office open dally from H till 4 o'clock fjYi day~AT~ a! UBLLEB'd WONDER*. |/,.Yl*TlA\ HALL Ji :tlih st. ami Id av. I HE RKNMATIONVL PALACE OP AMERICA. The latest Parisian Nevsltie* V w living Purnre- Radl* en-.s. with superbly formed Heeuile, I he only Female Mathers First week at lbs "Green Knight; or, Parte iu I ins " Spter l onisdy. Original, lively burlesque on bacli wuh a Vengeance. Aiti-nc French Dances by the prettiest li d e$ In the world N or bin / like It in the country Km iiiiiki at H, Matinees Tuesday. Ilinisdays ami Saturday, at 2. UTORM AND si SSHINK. 0 IIKLLER MATINEE To DAY. 1 tOLUMHIA OPERA HOUSE, CORNER WEST UTII , J st. and Greenwich av Just what D want t., see PRKMHIY' fRAGK slums PKCUl.lvRl KASC.IN A II NG I FOR S I RANI, |. I S! PLEASING! Pails an l.i e . or, the Pisasutes of J ar.lm Mablile. Lovely Female llalhers. III Keni wis IT; Artists Models. Mi?. I cleat's Female Miu till*. Frrrlich \ll and all the rscr sensations ol the day hp Trt of l oecest lennnd ladles on thw stair in I veiling at R Ma luces Itisad) Ihnrsday and Saturday at 2 A HEULE'H IIVOLI THKATRK, I l 8th ??., between 2ii an I 3d avs. 1 EVERY KVKM.No this week. I II t KHDAY MATINEE. THE 4 II, . LKs'lEK, A 1.1.EN, Ml I i ll, '* WaLDROX. THE F it Nell TWIN SiHTEHB. , The dnrlitg Gymnasts, Mile. OLYMPIA an I M. DR KINO. Th? Ballet ol toe Butterflies. The pantomime of All for Love. .Yi talented arn,ts. rpo DAY AT 2. TO-NIGHT AT~H, 1 HELLER'S WONDERS. 4 BOYLE ROOMS MtoYLK ROOMS, J\ (till AV, AND 301 H Ml ' 1 BRILLIANT TErPGCHOREaS ES I I.RT VlNMliN c ONLY I'LAt I. OF AMI si-.MENT OF Till KIND IN file. CI ML OPEN EVERY Milllr, C0MMKNG1NO AT V gCI.OCK. ENTRANCE ON HuTil st. H Loot) WElllSo O.N THE ARM HRI.LRR MtTINEP T? > I) ? T AjnwMRvr*. ' iS^o3KEVn~a? AUh** ? " 13 TUUUbDY .NKXT. APrftL IX SPECIAL MATIN Kit of HEELER'S WONDERS. KOBKRT HELLER. itie eminent I' e.ilJI/Uataur ut I'Wni.t will present U Wonders ol Necromancy, I Brilliant i*i->r..r 1 e Solo, Tl>? Pianoforte Practice or a Boarding School Miss; also the Fauna* Ri'cunil ?l-thl Mrd?r> ol M1 hM IIKLLKK ' and lleller'e nuapproacnabla PI * N?' 11 AMI J I'll f, Tbe bos ofiice of tbe Aoadainy will bo open dally frou ? Kaicrviil Real., $1 : Family Circle, -Vic. mi in y pxirdri ton* fjurtovd T11K U UK AT HIIOW OK NEW YORK. The Worrell Sl.tera, ? ?<?> Pat Kooney. ham Devere. I MATINEE j Georye h KulqUt, Add Kyman. I KU1DAY. I Jennie Morq.u. Worilru and Mack. I AT - I Krank Eewu. Lucv Adauia. -ft ?a> Gay Llntou. Tki* New Bird Cage Our Ueituau la.ua. IIOU8KH CKOW DE D. TONY PASTOR'S UKK.tr TROUPE In tbo ino.t attractive bill of the aeaacm. Seate aecurrd one month In advanro. N I HLO h U A liilltN. Manaaer ...HENhKN SHERWOOD ? LAST MGIITi ?f Shakespeare's superb Spectacle, ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA. la preparation a lomantlc dramatic novelty of itrlklni reallaet, with a (elected ca>l and powerful iltuatlona. KEEK It" MAUN li K ; _ -~llj DAY. H1 PIA.VUFOKTEH, OIKiANS, ?(. A T SOU MIC 11 X CO.'?, 1 4t? iAAH't 14 I'll hi, S K A K 31J aVhv.. pi mm manufacturer*.? Kirnt cl**? 1'luno* hi bh treiuuly low price*; now mikI second tiinid fiano* to reut unci oi? IiisIhIiii* U'b riOlIMKH X CO., 140 14th mi 4 KKW -liCOM) II AN I> K \l.\ S IM? 1! X lUClTAN!) /Vother niuker*' I'lanu* at creat tmr^ulii*. No*. 241 Mini 13 K**t 23d ?t A NUMliKK OK?HK?;oN!? It AN1> 8TK1NWAY JlVliratod, .Square ??tid Lpritrlit I'luun*. roiim ne.c ly new, for *?!e ut a tiAitfftlii Itewure of iio-.'im pianos palmed oa a* koiilIho Steiuwev mak ; at auciiuo iu private nou?u.?. S i T.I SWAY A BONrt, m ?? 111 w a y 11 tit, New York, A" Ol I A NO K. ? HPLKNLI ID N HW UPRIGHT A#D mpiuro Pianos to rent, and rent allowed if nuieltaiud; a lew nearly new uatuodluqly low: all new Piano, war ranted for live yeara; are ale.t re daotlons t? c nli cuitomora over ntluroa, at li.Vl I S HKUK., It.'' and 147 olb av .cor* tier'diet at Old P.anoe taken in oxthuiiKe. A- ?kor~rkn r. uFkujhT hguare and grand ? Planus of otir own make . alio for .ale and rent, a num. bar ol Una aoeoudhand I'lnno., in perfect oruer. WILLI ANI KNAHE A GO , N i. ltd rith a*., above 10th at. A LARGE TOOK elegant PIANOS and organs Inw fur en.It. moultily payment. or rent; Chlckccta* Grand Piano, SdoO. H. X. BALL A GO.. !f> Ea.t 14th M, A CHOICE NTOOK UP NEW AND SECOND II IM) J\ Piano, and Organs, extraordinarily low lor ea.li, on in statu ante or lor rent. WATERS x Bt/ICB, 40 Kaat lithrt, AT It A icg a I N^PIANOd. 7 OCTaVBs, >100; KOlirL round, earved lege. $ld.">; upright. $7.1; Organ. doable Wed. BUT. GORDON A sU\ Id Ran It tint. Arab* guano is.?two pianoh at auction on Wodoe.day, II A. M.. at uortliwoet corner 7Hlh at. and Lexington av : al.o Carpet., Ac. V" n cm be iforThw ind iianii upright a n 6 square Pianos. Iu excellent order, lor .ale low. Planus to runt. A. HRACTIOA M, UK linieo ai|iiare. FAMILY MOVING ~t\ ILL HELL A it!t'sEWOOD seven octave PI tuoforte lea. than$H>>, aleo 100yarn, velvet Carpet, includluit Border, al.o con,bluattou Iruu .ale; ureal encrillee. 'Jh Ea.t lid at., near dd av VBBAI flFUL. CAKvITd liuF"?\vTiOo HKVKN OC tave I'laniifnrte. ovn.tr,inq ba??. $7.>. Private red deuce dIO i net KJtli it, A PRIVATE KAMMTy VVTuT HELL hlhlNH'Af ^ V Pianoforte (at eacrltiee), rlebly carved four round rote* wood raae. 7>t octoiv Piano; co.t (I.dm, lor 9dd,1; lia. all improvement., maker'* guarantee; t'biekeriu^ upu.it Piano,A'dlKI; -tool. Cover, Mu.lr Cabinet llox lor ihip plniC. Call private re.lduuce No. 47 Wo.t Hltli *t . between olb anil iltli av. AMAONIKIGENT DkcEKIC PlANoVoitTE. A aacriKee; brilliant tone, 7? octave role wood Pianoforte, co.t lor $JIKI; .-tool. Cover, IIu.lc Cabinet; crimson ?altn, silver rulttei I'Sflnr Sail, co.t yr>> 10, lor $17>'>: Pari Of, Library. Hedrooin Furniture, a bariralu. Call to-day or Mon day, re.idvuco I'dO iV.it MM at., near liih av. I PRIVATE hAI.E FOR THREE DAYrt?AN ELK* cant Meinwav Piano!.,rte; a .aerlOee; a brill ant 7', ortavn upright rosewood I'iannlorte, net I7NI, ftirlfddi: Stool ami Cover Call private resldeucu d *> West dX?tb el., near Tib av. llox Included. LADY WILL HACK IF IgITnTKINWAT IrlANO PDK fliai; a niairnillceut 71, iretavo Pianoforte wltii all mod ? eru Improveinunta, piteol apralfe. over.trunr lis.., Mr larpe round corner., carved leu. and ease, co.t laat Noveni ber SI,dial, for Sd.'ai, hiool. Cover and Mu*lc Stand, cost SId.'>. boxed lor .hipplnq; a rare vbarico to buy a tlvttclaaf In -1 ? union i tor little money. Call lieforo pnreha.iiiK vl?e wliore at private re.ldence CUi p.a.t Hliti at.. betweonUd av. and Irving place, one block ea?l ol In ion aiinare. A FEW SECOND HANI' W P. (I Kit PIANOS AT VkTiY preat bargain* : mini of tlieni u.ed lint a very abort time by our bett inu.lciau. and really almost aa pood a* new: fully warranted In every respect. Please call nl the Wwbei Wan-room.,.jlli av and ItMnst. , ^, vf ason a hakuh cabinet ommju am mow ivi olfero'l on ea.leat term, of payment and at alunat a. low priC' a as the very poorest ef.am; cash piles of Ave octav < double reed oram., SliKi: Willi nine stop.. Including ,-ew join., $114: oraan. may be obtained on pavmeut ?l'$7'.11 and upward per quarter (threo uiontb.l lor ten poarter.; tbee- drirane li.ve rerolvod lilqhr.t honors at all tn? World's Exblbilion. ol recent years; Frana Li-?l pro nounces them "auperb." Catalogue, free. Wareroume, d3 I'nlon tquare. New York. MAONIPTcBNT 7 OOTAVK KUHKmTflD PIA N' i - lorte, haviinr carved lopa. $71; rare baraalne, at GUlL DOR'S. UT lllevekcr at. PI A NOS?7 ??CT 4 V K S. F INK Cf IN I MTU ift." *185; 71 U ootave, Sl.VI; relit., $-1; iloulile reed piano c.au Maloiie on. t li >. (KIKDON A SON, IS Ea.t 14ll>al. UPRIGIIT AND KqT' AKE PtANfifC*7fi TO f-J.M>7Si and SHI monthly till paid, or rent $11 upward. HETTS, H Galon square (4th aV.), near 14th st. tillk PER MONTli, UNTIL PAID POR?PI A NO* AND V 1 ' roruan. at price, defjrinv competition. CIIKIhTlb <1 CO., 1,1101 Braadway. corner Itllb at li - 11 ?GOOD PIANOFO,lTK,""UASii[ Oil IRITAke V'j'J .mailt. ; rent $:t moutblv. J. BIDDI.K, 18 Waverley ptare. near Hroadwajr, OA1VOINO AC'ADKMIK*. A"-CXkTIi R'S DANCING ACADEMY. H I NUIN .Mjiiare.?Open all .uiumor; PRIVATE EKS.SONH any hour; GLIDE .penalty dsrmaiTdo'I dancing acadkmikb, fjiTU bt, iu r av. Reoeption every Thursday to May 17; Grand ('alien Masquerade Hoi res Thursday, April Id ; halt quartefe, ?priu.: teim: circular, at Private Academy, U1 East SMhIi ?I ; private lea.uua any hour; lady ae.let.iita; plide walti specialty. SAlfflB'H DANCING AC A DEMI KN. ri'i WEST tSS; 114 East 1 Kilt. ? Pit IV ATE LKh.SO.VS any hour. CIKCE l,ABli, S13 Ea.t 11th. PROFOMAI.N. PRtfKGfiXEl r6k inoia ? M.'i'rMhs! uuuus, ami Transportation. Ilk.l l u >? k>t or Tim Iktkkiok. > limi t or i.Mint Arrant*. \ Wisiii.MifoN, March 30. l-<77. ) Healed nropeaal*, Indorsed "Propoaal* lor Meet, flour, Clothing. Tmnaporlnllon.'* Ac., *' tf?? <???" may he, and dlrtrM l> Hi* i.'ommtaf?nor of Indian Affair*. No At, Leonard at . New Vork, will li? received until 12 M. ol Tue? day May N, IH77, fui liirnlaliinir tliu lollowing >ii|.p)iev, good, and UMipvtUllmi rr.4ulr.1l lor the Indian nervlce lor Abe lineal yeai ending .lime Hi. 1H7H:? round* I'nnnda. Me*f on tb* hoof . ad.HiH.inai I llonilny ............. I.i flour a.7?d,.'**l Hard llraad .. bO.Ual Haeoo H7W.AOOI Nuuar H;*;.i?ai Com 2,4ttA..'?H0 I t olive AAa.lkai lloans |Hd.V?i| (taking Powder VtH.'lpi Kir* H-'l <??? I Tea <1 Vat Tobacco an .*>11 soda l?.7f*i hoan IDA AMI Lard 1A.OJO Met. I'oik 71*1 bbl*. I Alan, Hlatikola pair* 2(l.47t? Hlouaev T.12"> Ovenoata 8 "'71 Hoy*'anita 2.21 a Nark car* 7.1*11* IIalv and cape 1.7.at*-* Vcvta II.ANN Nlioea, palra l+.WiJ I'antv. pair* H.we.l Dry i.ooda, llaidware. Notion* and Medical Huppllea. A:?o tran-portation fur >uch the above *upplie* a* may not be contracted to be delivered at tliu several Indian aicmcle* nclindnlea aliowiii 1 In detail thn kind* anil uuaiillllea of all good* required at oach gency and In ro??, trananorta tlon r ut*a, tlnm and place of delivery, condition* to be oh ?crvail by iilhdnra and tarma of contract ami pamioait, to* pettier with blank proposal*. lorm> ol contract, bond. Ac., will be furnivlied on app.lcallon to tbla oilnc (In Washing ton, or at d*l l.aonard St.. New Vork) ; to K. M KlnK*lay. :?| 1 | nton pi ice. New Vork, to Win II. Lyon, |wt Hroad w ay, New Vork. to Win Nlcbolaon. Superintendent Ind an Allelr*. Lawrente Kama*, to Ibe Commivsarlea of Subsist enco, I'. H. A. ai Ml. Louie. Chicago, slou* *'l?y. Loaveu worth. Sk I'aol. Omaha and Cheyenne. J. 'J. .SMITH, Commiaeioner. IIBWIPAI'KKN. On' SALTToHKAI' -11 K It a 1.11, HOUND, V11K Tllli P year* ISAM. 1*A7. I HAN, I Nil* and IK. 1. Addrea* KhX, Ilarald nltt.a. _ _________ MTOM ILK. A?inK -Vt Kw is I Ilk -.1 utAol-: ft' AUh.lli*! a leatai.llalied IHpn ; Sluing* anil Salekeeplng lor fur niture. Plaum, baggage. thou rival pi ope. urn. Ac . in sop.i* rate rounia, the uldci, towvKl In rale, timet ektcnaivv itml le.p o table e.labllsliuient III the liualneaa. ft. TAIiOAKT, owner and manager Ofllce .rit*:i llndaon at., near 12th A -MOROAN A HKflTIIKK'M sTORAUR W.AKK ?Imuaea. Hroauw*y andA7lttak, lor Uirnilure, t.a-gagu, v. separata ruuiiia, (1 per uiuutb and upward. Inapec tlen invitvd I MORRILL'S KIBST CLASH RIORAOK WaKK ,'l.lioo-e lor Uue furniture, Iriinki, caaea, piano*, ornu* maul*, wor.a ul art. Ae -n't dnpoait vault* 'or valuable-, sale* ol all auaa in vault* to rent, by lh* mouth or y*ar. allordluu almoin 10 security. Alb av. an I did at. i I I SI <!.\s- HI II.DINO, Willi M.I. M'H-I IN I .iVuppliAitte*. hnill for *tor?iro *nd infr | of luriiltor**, cnrr?fi>nr?A mid Umily pr??r?ertjr. In plMH?r?il i ruoiui, K*>, 111, 11*1 nod 115 Km 44tli nt D*ll ILLY BR iTMKHH, Proprietor?. 1 I WIDOW LADT WILL 8DLL. AI A H U lllUCK, iVImr solitaire Diamond* Addreaa Mr*. HAMILTON, | Herald utile*. TffAHLi: 8TOKAOB WAItKHOI'Sh.S?St'Rtri'L'LOl'SLV 1 I 2 i*an mid orderly; loavaal rata*. iXnrtaugh Improved elevator.) ltKA-107 West 3-lii at one iii*or wee* #1 bin nv. ' \TK\V NTOitAOK Wtlil ?' -i - 7ai, 7'i2. 7>A NTH .' av., uorner Atltli ?t *parate room* tor lurmturo; ! amrage for earriage*. itciicral nmrcliainiMe. A. S >11 lil A II.L-. I'reprlotnWL THK lltRHP.R W A It I*. llol'NLH NTH >> . KROM :ni? to iltth at,? Hevlng been remodelled upon a new oUii | tliey are prepared to Mve hotter accomuindation llian nor | ol er warehou,* In ilia city for Ntorak'O ol furniture, piauua, - baggage and gnoja of everv deaeriptoui nd at loareat rate*; I en In.nnetl .. ..... i ' a a t ? .a 'I *??? .?