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ONE CENT FERRIES.
BOW TRE UNION IK Kit Y COMPANY BAB BATED ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-NINE THOUSAND DOLLARS PEE TEAS FOB SEVEN YEABS, AND HOW THE SINKING FUND OF NEW TORE HAS LC8T THAT BUM?AN APPLICATION TO THE SUPREME COURT. In lb* Supreme Court, Special Term, yesterday, be fore Judge Van Voorst, the case ol the Mayor, Alder men ana Commonalty of tbo city of New York against Ibe Union Ferry Company, of Brooklyn, was board. Mr. George Tlckuor Curtis appeared for lbs plaintiffs and Mr. Beujamln D. Sullivan and Mr. Cbarlea K. Mil ler for tbe defendants Tbe amended complaint ol tbo plaintiffs sets fortb tbe following facts:?That tbe city ol New York U tbe owner of Ave lerrlcs between New York and Brooklyn, Known us tbo Fullou ferry, tbo Soutb ferry, tbe Ham ilton aveuuo ferry, tbe Catherine ferry and tbe Wall street ferry, and tbat tbe Commissioners of the Sink ing Fund of New York bad tbo power to collect rents Worn tbese ferries WHAT TUB RJtIT WAS MX THAHS AGO. From tbe 1st ol May, 1801, to Msy, 1871, tbe aggro gate rent ol tbese terries, and paid to tbe Sinking Fund Commissioners, was $103,000 per year. In De cember, 1309, tbe Union Ferry Company made appli cation lor n renown! of tbe lease for ten years from May, 1871. In tbe letter of tbe lute Mr. Cyrus P. Smith, tbe tben managing director of tbo company, it Is staled tbst it was proposed to expend about $180,000 in constructing n new terry bouse, slips and landing at Fulton ferry, and tbat tlie company would not be Justified In expending such sum lor tbo re mainder of tbe lease. Tbe letter has also tbo follow ing paragraph'"This company are not running these forrles for tbe purpose ol making money, boiug re stricted by their articles of association to ton per cent dividends, tbe snrplna, II any, to be expended in the Improvement of tbo terrier." war TIIK KENT WAS MADS NOMINAL. Tbe Commissioners of tho Sinking Funa referred tbo loiter of Mr. Smllb to Ur. A. Oakey Hall and Mr. Rich ard B. Connolly *'to make such cqultablo louse of tbo Brooklyn ferries as circumstances seem to Justify." Those gentlemen, on the 17tlr ol January, 1870, reply to Mr. Smith's letter, and, alter quoting tbe purugruph given above, as to the terries not being run lor tne purpose of inaklug money, conclude as loilows:? Meeting you upon that platform, you representing the question ol profit, and wu tin- Umnund? ot our coimtiiutnim f?r cheap travel, wo are entirely natUlird that the lurry franchiaea in the bands ol the city authorities should be disposed ot at the lowest rates ot fure consistent with duu eMcieucy and safety ot the ferry service. We propose, therefore, to make a new lease of the Catherine, Fulton Wall. South and Hamilton lorries, on and after tho first of May next, at a merely tioruinul rent, upon a condition that your company, as leasees, agree to reauce the fare for foot uassenuers to one cent, and to make also a reduction of Htty per cent, on tire tares churned for horses and vehicles. We need not remind voir tbat the difference between the two cents and ouo cent lerrlage is ot much cousequenco to many of the work-a day classes, and vour present tpardou us tor saying so) high rates of vehicle ferriages severely tax truckmen, cannon, and indeed all who participate in the commercial traffic between our great cities. On tbo 24th of January Mr. Smith replies to this let ter and concludes us loilows:? We appreciate the high position taken by you that the ferries mould be run far the benefit of the public good, and ut a rate that wilt bear lightly upon Ilia resources ot that portion ot the people whose means are limited: and in view of your geuoroiiK proposition to relieve the ferries from the pri seiit high rates paid to the eity of New York ior the ferry franchise we respectfully, hut enrneslly, suggest thr.t you uppoint your present commissioners lor appraisal of your property lor the bridge, Wilson G. Hunt iind.luliuT. Ag new. Ksqrs , to appraise the ferry property, to make lull ex amination of the hooka of account ot the company during the past existence ol the present lease, a-certain th< amount of money received, how and for what paid out, with a view to obtain their opluious In relation to the rates of ferriages at which the terries can be run, and keeping up the accom modations even to the standard at which they are now main trined. allowing a reasonable compensation to the stock holders for the use ot their money and risk of ferrying. Willi such evidence before you we cannot doubt Hut that a rale of fares can be established that will be satisfactory to you and tbe public. A RENT OT ONK DOLLAR. Id the tallowing Muv tbe blinking Fund Commission ers, at a meeting bold on tbe lUih ol that inouili?at wbicb wero present tbo Mayor, tbe Recorder, Comp troller aud Chamberlain?paasca the tallowing resolu tion :? Resolved. As the sense of this commiatluu, that in aus? er to tbe application of the Union Korry Company of Brook lyn fur renewal ol leases the commission offers a lease ot all the existing ferries ler ten years, at $1 per year, on condition that between the hours of five and half-psst seven S'clock, both iu the morning and the afternoon, the sum tan J* will fix the tare at one cent, while It remains twocents between every other hour of the day than tnoso designated ler one cent. A SUIT IN Eqt'lTY. Tbe city now seeks tne cancellation or the delivery ?p ot tbie louse, on the ground thuttbo leasing ot three terries at tbe nominal rent ol $1 u your was a great Injury to the city, tnusmucb as It deprived the amktug fund of $180,000 n year; that the Corporation ot New York waa incapable, In law, of making a icuse of these terries at a nominal rent, uud that tho lease is a cloud upon the title ot the Corporation to the property, and that II tbe Corporation was iu law cupablo of liiak log tbe lease, the Commissioners ot the Blakiug Fund had no lawful authority to mako tho contract, in the name and in bchult ot ibe Corporation, and (bat us the lease bus been executed, and tbo Union Ferry Com pany bold tbe promises by Virtue thereof, the plain tiffs aro without remedy save by the aid of a court of equity, iu tho exercise ol its jurisdiction, to order tbat tbe lease be cancelled or delivered up. NO CAtflK OK ACTION. Mr; Miller moved to dismiss tbo complaint on tbe ground mat there were not sullicieni tacts stated to jnsitly a cause ot action In support of ihiR vicar ho quoted a number of authorities aud also to abow tbat there was no ground ior an equity case. KKKLY OK MR. OKORGK TICKMOB CORTIS. Mr. Curtis, In answering Mr. Miller, said tbst among ?11 tbe acts of tlie men who governed the city soven or eigbt years ago wbicb it uud been necessary to subject to Judicial Investigation, the granting ot thiM lease was one of tbe most flagitious and dangerous, on accoant of Its bearing on the sinking lund ot the city. Ho then went Into an elaborate argument to show tbe right ol tbe city to have (be Court exercise its equity powers tar the cancellation of this lease, which be said was swindling the city revenues at the rate of $180,000 a year. ? a niiotsnx rkhlkvi n. Tbo Court took the papers and will render a dlcision Shortly whether the coiuolaliil does contain s sufficient cause ol action, aud i( it should bo decided in tbo ?ibrmailve tbo case will proceed aud probably consider tbie testimony will be offered. THE NICHOLS DIVORCE CASE. MBS. NICHOLS SIDE OF THE SCANDAL STORT? HE DID NOT REST HIS WEAltY HEAD IN HER LAP?ONLY A FEW WILD FLOWERS. IJKHSJKroKT, Coon., April 11, 1877. The Bridgeport scandal trial still drags us slow and ?ow somewhat weary length along. Tuo attendant:* baa greatly ditninirned, which seems cruel of the Brtdgeporioiiiuua, to gay tbe least. Can it bo possible tbal peoplo would raider bear a presumably virtuous and respectable woman accused ttiun to boar Dor vindi cated ? Tnis is a supposition wbicb would reflect little credit upon Bridgeport's human nature. Tbe proceeding* woro opened wltb a deposition of i William U. Crcumer, who was it guest ou the yacht i Lois duriug tho cruise ol llio Atlantic squadron, when some scandalous conduct between Mrs. Nichols and Mr. Lymau, the owner ol tbo yacht, wus alleged 10 j bavo taken placo. Mr. Creamer did not remember to bare aeen Mrs. Nicbols on a certain ulgbl when the yacht lay otT Newport, thus contradicting tbe other aide. SAW Mirui.su IttSKOPKR. Mr. Ocorgo H Sevlye, a Brooklyn maoulacturer, who was on board the Lois during the cruise of 1870, teatilled lhal he uever saw Mrs. Nicbols silting ou deck "with Mr. Lyuiau's dead resting in tier lap;" Mr. Beelyv, in fact, uever saw anytdiug improper or un ladylike about Mrs. NlcBols. A? to tbe lady's alleged occupation ot Mr. Lyman's stateroom, the witness made tins statement:? At least an hour be I or o tlioy reached iMoaiugtou, willed was at Uiglit, tbe quesllou ot making proper provision lor those on board became Import.mi. Mr. Lyman's .Intercom, which coutameb two berlus, was partitioned oil, u heavy double Scotch ?bawl and the yacht's ensign being used lor the pur pose; in the morning the witness noticed that Lymau was iu bis berth when dc awoke; be saw nothing improper In tbo conduct of Mrs. Nicbols. John li'Hrieu, a witlclimun ol the block In West i'lity-sixth street, hi this city, in which Mr. Lyiiiui: resides, had an interview with Detective Masturson (Who has prepared the case lor Mr. Nichols), the purport j ol which Uu was not allowed to reveal. Mrs. Nichols' | Counsel urged that lie should ho showed to tell what occurred, and hinted tt.ut bis statement would disnldse an attempt to in.iuui.icturo evidence by means ol bribery The Court ruled, however, that the evidence was not admissible. A DAXOKROVR MAN. Ouo of Mrs. Nichols' principal allegations on wblch ?be bases iu r suit lor u divorce is tier husband's ex- I ceediugly bad temper. To sulsluiillalo tins the depo- I unions ot Messrs, Hubbard ond Tow nsend were read. These gentlemen, lawyers, ol ibis city, represented 1 Lord & Taylor in ibeir recent suit against Mr. Nichols lor tl.o payment ol drosses purchased by bin wile. ! Meeting them on the ?talrcisn Mr. Nicbols pushed t ne 111 rudely aside, struck Mr. II uubard, und attempted to seize bis daughter. Mr. Nichols collared the other lawyer twice during the irucaa, O.NhY A >'*W WII.D H.OWKRS. Mr. Lyniuti then went on the stand. Asked as to bis family ho stated that ho had a wile and six children. According to bis detailed story all the allegations ol tliu other side us lo Ins relations with the 1a.r plaintitl were wholly untrue, und they simply ainoumeiP to this:?Mhoitly ailer making her acquaintance, during the cruise of the Atlantic t<|uudron. in Isdb To, she Invited him lo lake tea onboard Mr. Nicbols' yaciti, the Coining All ihiit he remembered about llnit oc casion was lbut tho "tea" wax very good, and lhal while It w is being prepared lie rowed her about in ilie harbor, but was curelul to keep sti lolly within hailing distance trum the yachix. Mr. Lviuuu denied nil the ?t iries about his lovely Dor il oileriugs ot wflecilon to Mra. Nichols while at blouiuelon. All there was or tbla was simply tbat be found a few wild flowera ou bia tuble one morning In the water Jug?put there by llio steward?and be seut tin in over to tl.o Coining, there being ? number of ladies on board ttiut yucht nud none, ulas! on Ills. Ho udtnlllod sitting With her on the hotel piazza at Newport, but ''ouly thai and nutblog tuoro." Mr. Lyrnau emphatically denied lhat he placed bis beau in the lap of the fair plaintiff dur ing a subsequent crtiiie. THE AMARANTH SCANDAL. The cnao of Douglass Walker, tho amateur actor who cowbidod Thomas F. Clarke, alio an amateur act or, during a recont performance of the Amaranth Dra mutlc Association at the Brooklyn Academy ofVtusic, claimed tbe attention of the Kings County Court of ticaaions yesterday morning. It cuius up in tbo lorin of an argument to determine whether Walker's cunvic tlou aua sentence bolore Justice Walsh wero regular aod legal, tbe uCcused haying procured bis liberty on a writ ol certiorari lor the purpose ol having tbe proceediuss to reviewed. Many of Walker's friends were in tbo court room, and evinced great In terest in all that took place. The defendant's side of the case wua gono into at some length bv Counsellor Kidgway, and Assistant District Attorney Moore stated tbe case for tbe people. Tbe Court rcservod its decision. HEAL ESTATE. Tbe following were tbe Bales effected yesterday by auction at tbe Heal Estate Exchange, No. Ill Broad way:? ar a. h. suli.su akd co. Trustee's sale, by order ot the trustees of the Ger man Mission House Association oftlie purl of New Yors, of the following improved real estate Two three story and attic crick houses, with plot of land 32 5x80.Hx?x76 5, Not 4atl aud 428 Pearl st., u. s. corner ol Madison St.; aud three two story and baaeiuent brick bottsea, with lots, each 25x5., Nos. 1. U and 5 Madison St.. n. s., 8U.0 ft. a. of t'sarl St.. to K. K. Keller, for $35,100 SY V. K. StSrgSSOX. Jit. Public auction or the tour story brick honse, with lot 25x100. No. 25 West 48th st., n. s , between 5th and Oth avs.. leasehold property to run 70 years, subject to Columbia College restrictions, in L. Werihelmer. for ? 27,750 ar scorr a.np star kus. Foreclosure sale?K. W. L,oew, referse of a lot 2"?x OU II. on East i:V4thst.,a a.. 315 ft. w. of 4th av., to Michael Collins, for 2,600 Similar sale?Samuel Murah, referee?of 25 lota in the block boiinued by tbe Grand boulevard, 11th ?v., fbiih and H7th SIS., the United Slates Lite In surance Company, plaintiffs, as follows)?Lot, 25x 108, ii. w. corner of tiraud boulevard and 86th sl, to plaintiff, lor ... 3.700 Lot No. 11. same slse. Immediately w., to plaintiff, for ? ? 3.400 Lot No. 10, tame atse, immediately nr., to plaintiff, for 2,500 Lot No. O. same site, immediately sr., to plaintiff, for ......... ... 1,000 Lot No. 8, same site. Immediately w. .to plalutttf, for 1,000 Lota Nos. 78 and 71), same siio, immediately w., to plaintiff, tor. 4,500 Lot corner Hiith sL and 11th uv? 25.8x100, to Mr. Weeks, lor 1,500 Lot immediately u. ot above, same slse, to K. C. Cockrolt. for 800 3 lots liuiuenlutely n. ot above, to Horace W. ro-tor, lor 1 .KliO 2 lots iuunediutaly u. of above, to plaintiff, for. 1.270 Lot corner 87th st. and 11 th av.. to ? ? Klin, for. ... 1,150 Five lots on 87th at., beginning 900 ft. from 11th av., 25x1(0.8 each, and running to plsintiir. tor 5,030 Lot corner 87th st. and Craud boulevard, 25.8x95.0, to K. C. Couaruti, lor 5,050 Let Immediately a., 25x03.113k, to plaintiff, (or 8,550 Lot immediately i.. 25x92.2k, to plaintiff, lor 3.400 Lst liniuodinicly a.. 25x90.5jg, to plaintiff, lot 3.300 Total sales for the day $109,770 tKAMirXUA Sprlngffuld St.. tL ? . 200 ft. u. of Cortlatidt av.. ItVHx loo i23u ward' ; Catharine C. Fowler to Cliarlotto E. Koffurd ... 3.200 52d St.. s. s.. 385.0 ft. e. of 8lh av., 14.0x100.5; John M. Scott and wile to Wesley A. Lyon 16,500 Oouverneur at., s. a., 250 ft. tv. of Morris av., 50x 118.5 (23d ward); Michaol Cobu and wife to Kath arine Dresch 1,5(10 Wnoster ?t. (No. 162), 28.9x75 It., Uuorge Hlld to Joseph Ford 12.500 2d av , e. S.. between 4lh and 5th sis..24.1 jjxloO It.; Miohael C. Gross to Georgn lloll 17,600 64th st.. s. ? , 115 It e. ol 4 Ii av., 17.0x100.5: Nicholas J. lteville to Catharine M. Butts 5.000 Beach st.. n. s. tNo. 5). 80x18.9 (121 purl ol) J Josephine Brand tier to rtaiuuel K Mount 2,500 64th sl.. s. 120 It. w. ot Madison av.. fglxhult block: Henry J. Beers and-wlle to Henry Brewer.. 48,000 ltilli st.. n. s., 68 ft. w. of 7th ov? 09x18.t), Frank It. Tides to Daniel M. Wyckolf. Nom. 120th St., n. s., 215 ft. e. ot 3d av., 20x100.10; J. M. Itarboiir, relores, to New York Life lusurance Company . 6,100 76tlist . s. s.. 105 It. o. of lid av., 25x102.2; same to same 8,000 lst nv., s. e. corner 125th st.. 25.10x75; same to same. 9 200 12titli St.. tt. a., 105 it. e. ot 2d av., 20x100.10; same to same 8,100 2d av., e. s.. 145.11 It. n. of 113th St., 20x80; same to same 3,000 125th st.,*. a., 75 ft, e. or lat av., 23x100.10; siune to same ... 6,400 119th St.. n. s.. 283 ft. a. ol av. A. 20x100.1(1; K. S. Daklu (roleree) to same 9,550 Ann st., a. s., 80 It. w. ol William at., 211x52.11; H. Bogert to Kclormod 1'rotestan tDutch Church 7,840 Pearl st. (No. 191) ; L. A. Buttcrstisll and wife to Anna .8. Battershiill Nom. Broadway, e. a., 20.2 It. a. of 55th st.. 50x09.6; Peter M. P. Cornen and wile to llenrv J. Beers ... Nom. TUtli st., n. a, 2(X) It. e. o(3d av., 140x100.2; Patrick JJlxon and wile to Wm J. O'Connor 3,300 4lU av.. s. e. corner of 103d st.. 158.uxhalf block; Wm. 11. Gebbard and wile to Chai. Dumluss 28,600 620 at., ii- a.. 70 ft. e. ol Lexington av , 12.6x90; John Murphy and wile to Umnu Merritt 9,000 18iti st., n. a., 145 It. w. of av. A, 15x92; holomon Kat/, and w ilo to Gertrude lilias 16,500 Attorney St., ?. w. corner of Kiviuglou, 50.8x20; Nancy Itie. to Moses May 10,300 55th St., n. s , 125 ft. w. ol 8th av., 50x100,5 ; Nich olas F. I'sltiicr trxccutor) to John Grant 14,800 l(ith av., w. a., 5(1.5 It n. of56thkt.. 5oxl50; saino to Charles C. Thompson 11,400 Broadway, w. a, 2d -"4 It. u. of 55ib st., 77.4.' 74. l".'i?; same to Amos It. Eno 40,300 10th a... u. w. corner of 56th st., 30.5x100; same to Austin Glbhina 8,500 Jane st , 11. w. corner Washington, 35.2.'?x83; uiso Washington st.. w. a..35 2\. tt. s. of June, 17.2x93; John 11. Scbuppe and wife to Joint If. Laminar*... 35,000 College av., w. s., 425 ft. a. ot 138th st., lisixloO (23d ward) ; W. K. F.ld.ie nud wile tot'barlca F. (irutgati 18,0(10 5th st. (No 310), 21.5x92.2; Ueorge Keicbnrdt anil wile to Frank Soliger 12,300 Bowery (No. 57), 25x81.8; A. Van Voorbia irel'eroe) to Elisabeth L. Tappen 14(100 tfORTUAOkk. Boeford, Charlotte 1' mid liu-baiid, to Green Wright, II. s, of 154th si. (23d ward) ; 3 years 1,700 McCool, Daniel A., to William ii. Jenkins, e. s. of 56t b st , w. of 2d sr.; 9 mouths 5,UOO Mrrhan, John and wife, to Patrick Parley, No. 816 Bast 114th st. ; 2 years 500 Limlcrinan. Charles nud wile, to Alex. V. Blake (executor), w. s. ol Pitt St., between Broome and I tclaucey ; 5 years 8,000 Brb, liery and wile, to Henry Itllleubrluhl, 144tli st.. corner Concord uv. t23d ward); 3 fthn 40O Colby, John L. and wlte, to William B. Asian, a o. corner of I24tli st. and Now av ; 4 years 2,000 Butt, J acob and others, to J amos li. Grovcsteen, n. ?. of 4.>tli st.. e. of 2d sr.; 2 years 4.000 Callagliaii, Catharine, to Ann Pratt, s. a. or Cliutou place. W. of Mcrc. r St. ; I year 5,000 Lyon, Wesley A., to John VI. Scott, s. ?. of 52d st., between Broadway and 8th av.; I year 1,500 Jctlrrs. Klchard ami wile, to Margaret Miller, s. a. of l.'ltli St.. w. ol 5th av.; I year .., 4,000 Duntlas, Charles, to v\ ui. II. Uebhard, 102 East 103d st.; 3 years 6,000 Snute to same, H>4 Fast 103d at. ; 3 .'i.!Skt Nnuio to same. HS> F.ast BHd st. ; 3 years 5.HUO Same to same, |in East 103d St. ; 3 years .'1 ;s?i Bama to aama, 110 Eaal 1 Hid St.; 3 years 5,BUI hams 10 suiuc, 112 Kast HJCld st . 3 years 5.1100 Paine to same, 114 Kast l()3d st.; 3yt-ara 6,900 Kaiuo to same. 116 Bast 103d st,; 3 years. 5.900 Snine to same. 118 Fast HKtit it.; 3 years 6,800 Same to same, 120 Kast loud st.: 3 years 5,000 Taylor, IhuUiOa B. and wlte, to Johu Moller, n. s. of 54th st.. e 01 4th av ; 3years 0,000 Trotter, William and witu to Boss h. Hainsford. s a of 78tti St., w. ol 3d sr.; 6years ?,(**) Bellgrr. Frank, to George ltetchardt. a k. ot 5th st., e. of 2d av.; instalments? ; 7,000 Lammcrs, John II , to Joint II. Schnlte, a. w. eorneV .lane and Washington its.; 5 years 17,000 Gihhlns Austin, to .sii-liolas V. Palmer, n w. corner Kith uv. ami faith sl. ; 3 years 3,000 Uibbina Austin, to Nicholas F. Palmer, w. a. ot 10th av., 11. ot 36th st.; 3 year* 2,070 Grant John, to Nicholas K. Palmer, n. a. el 55th at., w. of 81I1 av. . 3 years 4,440 Grant John, to Nleoolaa F. Palmer, n. a of 55m st., w. or Nth av.; 3 yenra 4.440 r.eers Jnlin J. aud wile, to Kmigrant Industrial Sav ings Bank, e. a of Broadway, s. of 55th st; 1 year.. 16,0(10 UK V CMHIJM j^V\iBKOIDi-.iUtS.~ LATEST NOVELTIES IN MADE-UP LACK HOODS, COMPRISING KICill'S, SCARES, COLLAR KTTKS. J A HOTS, SETS, AC., AC. ALSO, FRENCH HKM STITCHED"AND EMBROIDERED LINEN SETS OE COLLARS AND CUFFS. PLAIN AND COLORED UXKN SETS IN GREAT VARIKTT.' A. T STKWART A CO.'S, BROADWAY, 4TII AV., DTI I AND IOTII STS. JUIiURUT AM/ DIIESSMAKUR. VT MARY Tti.MA.VVS ' (PROM "PARI i.' 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Julius' horn, pobi offkJk box o,7m "new I ork ?llrokor in nil kinds of Remnants, Waste and auran Malarial aad Country Produco. B UCOAL IOWCM. N' K\V~J h li.-, f. \ ?v> I'iTK -tAifc OF Si-.M Je.K.-SF.Y to tho next. r kill vlf *i?yi ?'id ?" ?"ier PfmnJ? 1 eral having or pretending to h"??> *?? ,ttV'r.S". .V.lioth! mid effect. ..I Joseph U U?i?, Into "I H'.bokenIn the Oi uiity or Hudson mid State ot Now Jersey. Vou are barvby riled au.l warned to he ?"d w the Ordli|?ry or surrogate Generaj of th-' bl Jo, sey, at a term ..I the l'reropllee UouM of .eld Btato. to Ibo held at H.e Nlate Home, in the city of Trenton, on ruoaday the fifteenth dey of May. Hi the year of onr Lord one tbooaand eight hundred and seventy-seven, at eleven o'cloca in tlie forenoon ol that ???? ? am-wer unto tho caveat. "I Join h. Oatlieerl and Jane lafwls. agalu.t admitting to probdle. wr o sflow cattae. ft auy yott haie, against admitting to probata a pic per writing, purporting t? he tho last will end testament and eodi ll thereto of Joseph L Lewi*. deoeaMid, Ute f the city of lloookan. iu tain Mate, which paper em "! purporting to he ?uch laat will and loslaiiieut and codicil* IIOW on file and propounded lor probate in the ofhre ol ti 10 Register ol .aid Court, at the Klale llousr. Ill tfieclyo. I retitou alore.nld. In .alii State, and to ablife the judg ment aud decree of the ?ald Court In the promlm'*. Witness. Theodore Knnyou. Ordinary or nurrugate Ge? era). Ihit I'd dey of April, A. D. eighteen buudred end ?e? ""r*?^.IIKNRY 0. KKLSEY. Register. UlLCIimif * OlLLWom. Proctor* of Kxecnlor*. _ rpTili dTAre ufnkw jkubky To jumii ?? u^"} 1 cart. J aim Lewi*. Frances Grace. .Martin l.u. heart. Catherine ti. Ward, Megdellne J. John.on. Marianne Bat jer. Hermann Hutjer. Lewi. Hatjer. Lilly llatler llerraann Mallei. Neilie Mauellue llnrburger. Jnhu Lewi. ''*f].,urIL?,? John si llarhurtser, Maraeret \Vuire. John Wolle. The Trustee, of the Five Point" House of llidu.iryln the city ot New York. The Women1. Ho.pllal ol tho elty. conuty and Mute of New mra. Juntos M. Morrison and Robert Llder end tho Hon. Cliar'.e* Haven*, the Attorney General ot ttie United States of America. Greeting. Vou and ouch ol you are hereby cileil and warnod to e and appear belore tue Ordinary or .surrogate General ol ti e Slate ol New Jersey, at a term of the I r"ro** 'v* ' "r ? aid State, to ho held at the stale llunie In the til J or Trenton In the State ol Now Jersey, on Tuesday, iHie Of toeuth day Of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and .evenly ?aven. et eleven o'clock In tlie lorcnoou of that day. to answer unto the caveat, of John 8. Lathe-art and Jane Lowlt against admitting to prubato or tu show cause. If auy you have, against adniitlluiC to probate a papor a rttjiltt purporting to ho the laet will and testament end tho codjei thereto o" Joseph L Lowis. deceased, let* of the oil* ?f llubokeii. Iu .aid state, which pap.-r writing, bo such la*l will and teetlmout and conicil. is now on lilo and propounded lor probata In the office til the Register ot ?aid Court, at the Slate House iu T ronton, itlorosald. In niti*i Stuto and I" abide tho iud?inr:Bt tind decree ot the intd Coiit in the preml?#?. . . . . ^i And you. John S. Cathcart, are hereby cited because il ls suggested that you caused tho said caveat to be filed and because you claim to ho ouo ol tbo bulrs at 11* and next ot kiu of said Joseph L. Lewis, deceased. And y ou. Jane Lewis, aro herub. cited because it le sug gested that you caused Hie said caveut to be tiled ai.d be cause you claim to be tbo widow ol said Joseph L. Lewis. deceaseU.il >Urt|u ,.(kliic,rli Krances Grace and Catherine (J. Ward, aro lieiohy seveially eiteit. because you severally claim to be ouo ot the lielrs at law and ucxt ol Kiu ol said Joseph L Lewi?, (ttotttiudr , . ia?? And you. Magdeltno J. Johnson, are hercbycitod. bo C4uh?j you ??ro our of the iotfaleu* undor *?IJ wi.l aim bo cau.c you claim to be one ol tho heirs at lew and next ol kin ot Moid Joftoph 1j. Xj?wih? ?locoobOd. . , And you. Marianne Buyer Hermann Bayer Lewis Batjer, Lilly Batjer. Nellie Madeline lljrhu^.r Jnhu L?wU ilwrburpT. .John S. lUrburger, Mar#?rei W?lte. li?o Trnst-ea of the K.vo I'oints House ol Industry in tin. city of New York, the Woman's Hospital of the city, <"0,1"V ?"d htaio ol Now York ; Jnuee M. Morrison and Robert Elder, aro each hereby cited, because you are each a legatee uuaer " Audy'ou llerrasun Batjer aud you John S. Marburger are hereby respectively cited, also because by said-will youare respectively appointed tho trustees ol your said ohlldrau. And you Jobu Wolle aro berouvclted hecauso by aaid will you aro appointed the trustee of your said daughter. And you the Hon. Charles Uovens, Attorney General n! the United States ol America, aro hereby cited, because the United States of America elnltu soma Interest under the residuary devise and bei|tiost to the executors named In ?aid will'of Joseph L. Lowis. deceased. _ Witness. Theodore llunyou. Ordinary or Surrogate Gen eral this 'Jd day of April, A. 1?. eightuou hundred aud Seventy-seven. IlkNUY C fchLSKY. Kegiatc. UlbUimisT Jt Gillmokk, i'roctors of Lxoculur*. HOUSES, BOOMS, ?L., WASfTKP. I In this Oity ttiitl hrooUlyn. A SMAI.L STORK OK MART' OK STORK, separate show window, on Broadway, between 10th and grithsts. for cutlery end laucy goods. Address O. r. ti., Herald olllce. _ tTURNlHaKb llALL ROOM. WITHOUT BOARD. NEAR J? :?gd St.. at Address C. Ucralil I Ptnwti olllce. OUHE WAN I K 1 l-TUKKli STORY, HKLOW ?>TH east side ; rent #700 to $?00. Address, stallug location. KKLIABLK, Herald oMco. Man and wh-'K iswkdlm io takh care ok house lor the miiniuer; no childrenj hest of relorence. Call or uddio.v 5 West Wtb "i. J ll'lt. riVwit wl-il.L Ft'RNlSllKD HKI)ROOMS AND ONB J .sit ing Room wanted by two single goiilloiuon -, breakfast reuulrcd; locality must be good and rent low. Apply by let ter. L. Mi 139 Herald oWt a. rPHRKK ADULTS WANT AN i)NKUKNIrtllKD 8KC 1 mid Floor: location good. In house wlin owner or one family. Ad.Less J. M . Herald I ptown oBW. ____ TirANTED THB UPfER OB LOWER MART OF A VV small house or Secend Floor, nuturiilslied. for Tour a lulls; conveniences for housekeeping-, modern Improve ments: rolcrouees; state lull psrticuiars. Addross h., box 1*1 llorald olllce. . _ ? WANTFH-KY A FAMILY OF THRKK ADULTS IN a respectable nelgliborhond. a Second or 1 bird Fiat ol six rooms, with Improvements: rout IPJ^ to f30j '''J*0"" Hth ?ir.(1 (KJth Ht*., east side. Address VV. W., box 1 ost olMi'O. . tir ANTKb?floor, poor or five roomb, kor VV lait-.lly ol three adults; rent mift bo very rooderete. Address L., Herald Uptown Branch olllce. WkMTRD?BY FAMILY OF TIIRliM ADl MS, sF.< - olid Floor or Mart or Upper Mart of six rooms, desirably ait anted above 10th St.! references exchanged Address, stating terms, l*L It At AN KM' H-.NANT. Herald alHcr. AlfXNTKD-AS UNFDKN1MHKD ROllX AND HALL VV Room or one large square Room, ror light housekeep ing (onrpeted prefeired). by geiit.eiinin and wire, in Private iiiiuily: ifuod cloiisti, Ac. Address id. I'.. B,, licruld Lp* town ollics. ~\\T aNTI'.O? BY A SMALL AMKKIOaN FAMILY lNt> VV children), a small House, handsomely funnelled. ?? tween g3d end Mlh at... dih and tltli avs. H. B..3? Ferry et. nrANTED-FART OF 1I0UKR. LOCATED BRTWKRB VV lllth St. and Central Mark. Nth to oroedwey. Tor family of 11 vo adults. Address, Willi best price, K. h , Herald office. tit ANTKD FURNISHED ROOM. FOR LIOII r HOI SI VY keeping, between -huh. ?"? tli ?U., Broadway and ?th ?v. ; liv young lady engaged during day. Address TLLL HlloXh, llorald office. it)anted rwo <>u three kuknibhed rhomb, VV complete lor light housekeeping, for two persons; west side, belnw 'JMd St. Address, stating lowest terms, DF.L MHA. box I4H Herald Uptown outer. . WtNTEU-HY A SMALL. KK.SPKCTABI.i4 PROTKS VV tant lamily, the care of a gentleman's residence lor tho season; l.esl city refer nice. Mrs. It. ti.. TO* ?th av. utamtkd rwo or three furnibhbd roomr, VV IIrat (light, ltd or Tth av . lor borne and bbsLiOwi. Anawer, with full particulars. Mrs. RtlD, Hetald Lptown office. . ~ \s - vntkd kkcond floor, two tut tiiiif.f; W room*, furnished: gentletuau and wife; can furnish Carpets and Kitchen Utensils. A. I*., 'J'JN n est 4J.I st. WTA N I'F.D?'l KN K M UNT MROMI-.RTY. TO LKASK. IN VV siivuart of the ell v; security will he given when re quired. JOHN H. MARRKCRLLA, 533 ddav. In the Country. \ COUNTRY lltll'.SF. MANILD Pl-AINLT FUR nislied with grounds sitd fruit, about one hour Irom I New York, fur f.-ur months, from June J ; name iinoderetei prlCf, HiMitt location. Ac. AUdro.iR 1/. Ia. N\ 0\)l)BiwlI)t?i!., 503 Bru?dwiy. _____ . TTNFURNiBHRD HOUBE WANTED 4100D LOCA U tlnn near the city, will give iu part lor rent of same a new and elegant Mland. hest made. Addtu.s I IANO, box tan llorald Cptowm office. lATANTED 181 M| MAT, A FLAIR, FUKNI8UF.D VV House in the country, with shade ?od barn, near depot; rent not to exceed #3li or #10. Address L. FhAkhb, 1LW West 4lRh st. Kl 15 Nl l ? KK. \ -A'-Vlih Pi) I'LI. AII KUIINITI7KK M A.VUKaC Xjl* Hirers, B A UM AN N BROS , 22S and 2.'*) Hudson, corner Broorne *t.. the cheapest ami most ri'iinmu huii?c in the wot lil to buy your Furniture ami Bedding, for cash or in stalments, by tha ? ? > in th t I P R i v m K RKSlDENt L 12D VI 23t I i> -i .near .iVbth mv , a largo .iimuI.men t of Household Furnlllire. at private sale vi*., two elegant Parlor Suit*, rovured in two C'jian NNtin, ctat .IM), lor |350; oh? iK. #li!5; :*ult* In silk and wool rep, |iVi and BRA; i urkisb Milt, ?H0: rrauch walnut inlaid Dressing Cases, Bedstead*, Bureaus, Wash stands, Wardrobe*, balr and spring Mattresses, Dining Fur niture. Buffet. Kxteusiotl Table, Climr*, China, Cla*n ami Silverware: al*o a uiacnlflcetit four round corner Decker Pianoforte. a ?upetb Windsor. cost $)**?, for |:*I0, with Stool aim! Cover and Box lor shipping. Call and examine before purchasing olsowh^re. Ilotnu opcu from H A. M. till ID r M \r HKOItOF \ i:L\RK&' . 717 BRO %DW porior Furniture, Carpet*, Parlor Bed*. Ac., at reduced prices on accommodating term* of payment. \T PKIVATK SAUL?KM I ftK HOUSEHOLD FUltNK. Jure, .'IB room*, completely furnished. in lots to suit pur chaser; satin Parlor Suit, 14 pieces, coat |050, for $175; do. $125. Stemway Piano, #20D; Chickering Upright l lano, ?175; rep Suit, BUD; elaborate chamber Suit*, complete, BDO; Carpet*. ?pring and balr M atirossrs, Library and Din I fur Boom Suite, Ac. Call re Mldetice 47 V\ est IBtb nU. be tween 5th and tltli are, I T (IKoROK A. CLAKKKB, 747 HROADWAY M' J\ perior Furniture, Carpets, l'arlor Bod* Ac., oil liberal term* of payment. % PINK Hbi ??: KKP PA It (A Ml SET AND PINK WAb jVuut Chamber Bel wanted; _??cw or nearly to; must bo very cheap. Address S. A.. 425 Wont I7tli si. il PRIVATE tALK FOB ONR WkKI hLL THK J\ Furniture contained in ulne room* at private residence ItW West 25 th si., near 7th av , including Sieinway Pi n?o fortc and solid silver and Platedwm e . also a fine lot of Dresden China ; a bargain. VNYmNK HAVING ONE OR TWO WOOD SKCOND hand Carpot*. a Dressing Cane and tome chair* to sjII can Hud a purchaser by addrusstug J. A. 1*. Herald office. A?FOB SAUK. HOUBKHOLD KU RN ITCKK. -PKI ut-? family will sacrifice their elegant Parlor suit <11 piece*), latest style, in satin. c??.t #1.00), for $250; on do. for #150; reps and haircloth Set*, complete. #Dn, $50 and #25; handsomely carved Chamber Set*, spring and half Mattresses, Bookcase*. Desk*. Extension Table. Ballet, Ac., lor loss than half est; Carpet* "?<> cents yard. Call two days private residence PMI Fast Dull it., bettveoti living plate uud'ldav. Arraiigcineiits can be made tor packing and fthipiBai go ode 1* AROKBT STOCK AND LOWEST PRICKS Full Fl'B Jniture and Carpot* for cusii or liberal terms of payment at OOPhKTH WAIT'S, 155 and 157 Chatham St.; io large ware room*. I >11 I CAlfrKTH. I*.n?? i.I>11 iik; s>ki,> vnd in grain, very cheap, at the otd place 112, Fulton st. Call or sen i tor circular. KXMKftlO**. " \ F'H; i.\? i kfi'iSalo'oS hTkamKit ^'\?THOMAS POWELL, Barge* and Grove. Open Sun day*. MARTIN A KA*KKLL. 110 Bout bit. M N KW JER>KY HOCTlIKltN UaJLKOAD. special TRIP TO LONG BRANCH, SI'NDaY. A PP.1 E 15, I *77. The steamer ,1 ESSK HOY I', will leave pier H North River (foot of Hector ?t.) at t);20 A. M.. connect ng at Sandy Hook with train arriving a Long Branch I I :! *? A. M Return log leave Long Bmurh at I P. d , arriving in New York at 5;15l'. \|. i his trip will alf rd tnp much duiliod i ppor tunhv of seeing the wrecked steamer Kuftiand. of the Ited Star line, which iios in the Itroaknrs near the West Kud Ho tel and i* rapidly gottig to pieces. Tho llowland House (near tiio West End/ I* now open, as are alto the East FnJ and other hotel* near the depot. ? are for the round trip. $|, Tickets good lor the dav nnlr. W. L S.SKDKN. QeaarO M.n.gtr. 1) AMIT?KMKWT?. Atrn FIFTii ~aVkSUh' f UK \FEE ALL NOVELTIES PObiPOsKD la consequeaoe of Ilia IMMENSE POPULAR SENSATION creatod by the NF.W ROMANTIC DRAMA-Tbe ppp KKK II NN N oco KEEK sua 8Kb p p K R II N N N 0 c E s s 8 8 p p K It 11 N N N N 0 0 K b b ppp RRR 11 N N FEB 8SS bbS p K K II N 1 < N 0 K b b p B It 11 N N N c o K 8 S 8 h p H K 11 N N.N ecu KERB bSS SS8 RUHR OOO Y Y A L It It 0 t) v y At L R 11 O o Y Y A A L KRKIt o c YV A A L K K o o ' Y AA AA L It R o o Y A A L R R OOO Y A A LLLL MIm KAN NY DAVKNPOIU a. .The PRINCESS AM A I.I K Mr. CHAM. I- COUIlLAN as The OFFICER ol F OKTU.N K Mr. .1. B Si'UDLKx as EEMEK. the -PV Mr. J AUKS LEWIS as . sPYKK MM MM A TTTTT U NN N EEEB KEKE M M XI M At T II N N N F. K M M M M A A r 11 N N N KKB IK R M MM M AAA T II N N N K E M M M A A T 11 N NN EKKK EEEB TO-.MORItOW. AT "J. RESERVED BALCONY CHAIRS. *1. TO MORROW. AT'J. RESERVED BALCONY CHAIRS.?L TO-MORROW, AT a. BXSEKVr.D BALCONY Cll VIKS.SI. The HERALD?ayai~MTIia THEATRE IsOROWDBDl# RVKRY PART, ami thr i'riDeaia Koyal UNQUESTIONA BLY A SUCCESS." ? Ilia Tribune ??)?:?"It l? uu excitiuir story of love ami mystery. ilia Court and tlia cnoi-i. ad venture mid secrecy winch the spectator FOLLOWS WITll an EAOKR DESIRE to know where it n III end 1" WALLACE'S. Vr Prnurietor and Manager Mr. LESTER WALLACE. 821), XID, BATll, lloTll, 3BTH. 87TII. 88111. RUI'll, -tOTH AND 41 ST PERFORMANCES ol the new success. MY AWFUL DAD. to witness ahich pluv the management ltavn to announce AN UNUSUALLY l. UK at DEMAND FOR SEaTS. and to reroiiioiend an early application at ilia boa office to avoid inconvenience and di<-npnoioOni-iit. MIL I.K-j I'ER WALLACE THE AWFUL DAD. We have nnothor hit ol the ulnv In tlie very rich action of Mr. \\ a.lack ua an English Barrister addressing u jury lor hie Injured cln ni. Yet he does iwt remind you of Htufus, but raltn-r of a man ol mnii. ami thut elylo of eioqueuce whieli n clever pleader Hue* before mi English Jury. No one wlihout the thousandlittle elegance*ol expression uiid manner which only I enter Wullock hua could begin to HARRY BECKETT. MR. K. M. HOLLAND, MIC. SHANNON, MR EDWIN, MR. LEONARD, MISS ROSE WOOD. MISS JOSEPHINE UAEe.lt. MRS. JnllN SEP TON, MISS CLARA BATE. MISS E. THORNTON. AC I I.?LONDON. How Evergreen Minor lectured Ilia disobedient parent, and how Evergreen M?i?r culled himself to tba our ACT II ?LONDON. Ilow Evergreen Major worked the Loveklu Hold Mine, and how Evergreen M inur dressed Tor a fancy ball. ACT lit?8CARHO OUCH. Ilotv Evergreen Minor outorod upon courtship, aud how Evergreen Major entered In tne anme race. How the Minor Imitated In a duel which he didn't light, and how tba Major won a bride and a "eplondld outfit.' T. BAKNUM'S NEW AND ONLY GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH. (IILMORE'S HARDEN, M.tdlaou and 4th a ?., 20th and 27th Ua FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY. TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY. Prononuccd by the entire press and the public the moat gorgeous, extensive and marvellous lanilly entertainment aver w11in--seil m .New York. Twelve thousand delighted ladles and ggntlaman are aona fortably ecated in the vast arena nightly. An additional half million Invested. Menagerie of rare brute babies added. A malum.ith uinseum ot new mechanical marvels; more aud rarer wild beasts, nlrds and reptllon, more murvellons human nrodlgies, ami more educa>od animals anu magnill cent trick horses than were ever tiefor- exhibited. The circus sou-ations ot Eurupo specially imported to amuse America, Including. A 83U.UU0iiiul ol six superb coal black educated stallions, for whose ei|usl I will glaiily pay $30.0011. introiluced ail together, they simultaneously and as one company execute the most astonishing ami unsurpassalile acts and ovulations. Mis* liunglei 'a original end electrifying Duuhlo Mnneye Act, Introducing two magnlHeetil $10,000 stallions, ridden and driven tandem, lor tho counterpart ol' which I will also pav $50000. Over I0H peerless principal arcnic celebrities, including Cileries W. Fish, tlm unchallenged huroback rider of the universe. Now laces and laiooua Inols. Prlcot to salt all claases. Orchestra chairs ..??75 cents Family circle 30cents Gallery 25 cents children mi.ler 0 to family circle, 25 rents- to orchestra chairs, fat cents Doors opon vt 1 and 7 P. M. Grand animal and spectacu lar entree, one hour later. The afternoon entertainments me precisely the same as iu tlm evening, aud being less crowded they are mure com finable lor Indies ami children. iARK THEATRE, BROADWAY AND 22D ST. IIKNKY E. ABBEY Lessen and Manager THIRD MONTH. THIRD MONTH. third month. THIRD MONTH. 1ITH WI'.KE. I "U.h Perform nice IITI1 ttEKK. TO-MOHT. I ITH WERE. I Everybody seeing 1ITH WEEK. I it over again. l.couard tirovor ? ainuslug American Comedy, OUR HOARDING HOUSE, OCR BOA RHINO IIOCSE, OCR BOARDING HOUSE, OUlt IIG\ RUING HOUSE, OUR BOARDING IIOUhK, OUR BOARDING 111) USE, out BOARDING OUSe, EVERY EVENING AT K. SAT URDAY M ATINEE AT 2. Reserved Seats in llalcnny, .'sic.; Dress Circle, #1; Orchestra, $1 5(>. Ailml?<ii.n ? Balcony, 5l)e.; "rehestra, $1. FREE LIS f tBSilLUTKLY SUSPENDED, i *,* Due n itlce will he giveu of the rontrae of Mr. JOHN T. RAYMOND as COLONEL SELLERS. OIHKATKK COM I QUE, 514 BROADWAY. LiIAKRIGaN A Hart Prmliletor* M W. II AN I.KY Manager MON'AllON'a DREAM. IIABKIGAN A HART: Terriiiln Example. Cool Burgess. Great Enugliing Song; tlm shaipleya, Suyduni Broilieis, (Juilter end Gnldrlch; Miss \t hitlingiiam mid Ma-ler Newman; Edwin French, Billy Barry, Thomas ami Watson, Alice Bennett, Billy Gray. MONAHON'ri DKF.AM every Evening, Wednesday and Saturday Matinee. n mills THEATRE. OK". RULE. EXTRAORDINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. <? I GRAND SUNDAY CONCERT, SUNDAY. APRIL IS. Mr. STRAKOHfil hai the honor of announcing that. In cenaoqu -nee ol the unprecedented success which bae at tended Me OLE BUI i s tin* greatr.t living Y'tnllnlal'a, eeacerte, he hu oerauaded In in to delay HI* departure anil tn give another ORAM) CONCERT, SUNDAY .'.VCNINU. APRIL I.\ Mr. iILK 111.'1.1. will bo a.aiatud on Ibla occaaiou by aeve ral eminent nrtiata. Prion of udmlaaloii tn all part* of the Theatre, $1 and ?l .Vi. aci'irrdlag to location. No extra charge lor ??curail ?eat a. Gallery, .V) ceuta. Mania ran now be (geared at Hoolh'e Theatre, 111 and 7U1 Broadway. and at 22 Union aquare. Bl IW K ItY THE ATKK. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS, Tom Tay lor's celebrated Drama. TDK KT-OF-LB AVK MAN. TlCKEr-OK-LE.WK MAN. Preceded bv a FAVORITE FARCE. (Iraod TICKET OF I.KAVK MAN Matinee Saturday at 2. AM DEVKKK. GUY I.IMON AND WORDKN A MACK. at TONY PAS TOR'S M ATINKK TODAY. ?AN~ FRANC 1st :t> MIN KTK R LS. I OP E It7\ HOl'SK, Oa.V FRANCISCO MINSTRELS. | Hroadway, | corner 2Htn at. HIIIOII. WAMHOI.D, BACKUS. I Colo-ed Society I'lay. | HIlUISKl) HEART. SAN* FRANCISCO MINTRKI.S. I Suaan'a Serenade. THE VERY II .'.All AND FRONT Scenes at .lelTeraon Or MINISritKLNY. I Market Court, BMJK1VKD WITH SCREAMS NIOIITLV. last week BUr one of TDK PRESENT HE VSON. Heata aecured. Matinee Saturday at 2 /"tkoRUB KNIGHT'S PIT SUITS THE PUHLIC BEL VTter than any ready lua.le garment In the market. TONY PASTOR'S ThEaTRE will bo the arena ef ble hiiniurona dlaplay, to day at 2. illiTyptTan hall I j :ilih at. and ikl av. THE 8F.NSATIO.NAL PALACE OK AMERICA. The late at I'arldaii Noeel'.iei. New living Plvtorea lladl enta, with aiiperbly lormod Heautlea. I be only Female H.libera Kirat week ol the "Oreen Knight; or, I'arta In 17sis." Spicy Comedy, original. lively hurlraquo. Offeobeeh with a Venn ranee. Artlatie French I'aiicea by the protiieat I ad ire In tbo world N "tiling like II in the country. Kvnniiiga at S. Matlneei Tueadaia, liiuradaya and Saturdaya at 2. 'POSY PASTORS MAUnEK TODAY. " /COLUMBIA OPERA MOUSE, CORNER WEST 12TH " -I mid t.reenwlcb av. Ju-t wlrat L want to aee. FKKNt.'IIYI NT RAO K SIGHTS PECULIAR! FASCINATING! Eolt STRINGERS! PLKAslNUl Parlamti l.lfo; nr. the PlnaaUfee id .lardin Mubflle. Lovely Female lUtl.ere. in Real water; Ariiata Models. Mi..", Cnleat'a Female Mln trela. French Miuiieta and nil the rosy aeti.dUiitia ol Ilia ila) by 7" of tho beat lormed Indira on the ?tec" Evening at 4 Mailnoei Tueadiy, Thuraday and >atnrriay at 2. rpoNY PASTOR'S TONY PASTOR'S. | <3> The greatcat variety ehow on i ea tli | 'I he moat celebrated per i formera In America. | Hoiiaea crowded. Tlie people <p 1 1 ?? ? ' delighted. UK Itl.K'M TI VOL I THEATRE, Hth -t.. bet arena 2*1 and ltd avi. EVERY KVEMNO Oil. week I III ItSDAY MATINEE HII. 4 Hlo. I.KM Kit. . ALLEN, sMITII. " WtLDKQN. TIlK FKRNi !l TWIN SISTERS. The daring Cyiiina-ta, M lie. OL Y M PI A and M. DK KINO. The Kellet ol tlie Itiuioi tliea, 1 lie paiitomime #f All for Love. 5o talented ariiata. /to IK) Iio UL UO OO GO CO CO It to PASTOR'S? 1 TO-DAY! a KGYLK ROOMS. AROYLE ROOMS, A (till AV. AND RUTH NT. BRILLIANT TKKP-iUIIOKEAN I .N TRKTAlNMENt ONLY PLACE Ol AMUSEMENT OF Tile. KIND IN Tills CITY. OPEN EVERY NIUIIl', COMMENCING AT II o CLOCK. ENTRANCE ON aPTH ST. rpiIK HEW AdUtRfUAN MUSEUM. Hid AND in". HOW 1 ?ry.?NOVEL MKCIIa.MCAL "AKVEI.s The won ilerlul Sl'JO.ma) Cermaii Family of Mite.: Iluabmen and Wild Boya. Open dettv frnm In A. M. tu It) I*. M. ADMISSION, 15 CENTS. rrilK WORRELL SISTERS AND ADD RVMAN AT I TONY pas.ok s MATINEE THIS DAY, at 2 o cioek. GIKKM.tNIi THEATRE ? r.vD. ,N hl'ENlit'l(FK Dlreotor TO-DAY. ADHIhNNK LKCOUVkEUR, Play. In live a.-|., be Scribe. Bog nftice upea dally from H till 4 o'clock. /"t KORifE S. KND.IIT, JENNIE MORGAN AND LUCY vT a dams at ton y pastors matinee today. B AMIHCNim. Mil r.HIK' I. s Itl.SKI I I f.i " > I H 3"f 'it.Al MM, THURSDAY AFTERNOON. Al'ltl L IB. 1 be reinrwtittiito American |>riui? duuiia Mix CLARA LOUISE KKt.LOCO, will appear on this giaud occasion. A auparh musical and dramatic Mil In preparation, id which oilier renowned uinU will take part. *a* Hals <>r aealt mow pru|r?l>ln(. tluTH'H riiEArki johnmcc: lloI/uIl J AKltETT A I'Al.M hit Lu.tces anil Mauagers AUDIENCES OK TllltKR TIIOUHaNDl OVBRWIIKlmTno" TRIUMPH lit The brevity of ths engairoaent "I Mr. McCULLOUGII admit* of no delay for MM wlio dostro to ass Itia luaitnlfl Cenl nupertoiiallout Mono of ill* pieces will Its ro|>'ated buy.oid the tlmue announced. On Vor.dic next the distln irulahwil a: tor will appear in lilt ureal character si THE tilt All IA10 It. '1 tcko t a ready. to-night (KinHAY), april in. w III ho presented oriiKLltO, with Mr. McCULLOl'GH In ilio tills elisrsctsr. Mr. K. B. Wards ut Iaim. Mr .1. W Collier toi'aitio, Muto Kouloi as Amelia, Mix Maude Granger na Di sduuioua. aud lbs snltrs greet company appearing. OTHELLO will bs repeated at tho MATINEE to morrow with Mr MdGULLOl'UH ai Ui!?. Mr. Wards la tbs tills purt. ths rs t ol tbs cast aa olTsred to umht. SATURDAY NIOHT? Kopatltiuo of KINO RICHARD I1L Til 10 MATINEE TOMORROW BEGINS AI I PHI. Mi:. Foukkr'h HKNK'rir, booth's tub atkk, a*I THURSDAY AFTERNOON. APRIL IS. The dlstlnguDUed Ainerleuu comedienne. Mix FANNY DAVENPORT, will appear on tliir grand occasion, and tor lbs first tims aa JULIET. In lint bali'ouy sreiio of Mitkeepuare's grand tragedy. ROMEO Mr JOIIN McCULLOUUII Hale of eeat* now progressing. T^UHLO'S GARDEN. Msuaner BENBEN faHHRWOOD I.AST N ItsIITd ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA. On MONDAY, April 10, a grand sonastlonsl novelty, with new ecsnsry. strung raaliatlc eltecu and melodramatic situ ntlotia, entitled ?> ? THE MAN FROM AM git 10 A. ^ Seats may ho secured tlx days In advance A' OA Ok MY OK MUsIC.?ID-NIGHT DOS C A KI .OH. i.AI.HI I KS 4 PAL.MIKItl DIRECTORS D. DK VIVO MANAOl-.ft Krve list loxcept the press) entirely suspended. THE TRIUMPH | TO-NIGHT I upr i'TAOULAR of TO-NIGHT 8 ttPPMA VEHDI'S I n K. | ? a> ? | DON OA It I,OS, I SECOND NIGHT. HON C Aitl.oS, SECOND NIGHT. I DON OAIII.OS, I TIIK OPERATIC S CGKSS iTF TUB SEASON, produced with an uuprocedriitedlv gorgeous MINK EN SCENE and PoWKltM'L OAST, a CIIO It Us ol HO mill uu OIK 1IKSTHA and HAND or 7ft. and 200 AL'XIId AillES lor the GRAND I'ltOUEHBlON. MAX MAItKT/.EK. I'oniluetor. SEATS KOIt SAKE AT I II K ACADEMY UP MUSIC, si 701 and 111 Broadway J situ at ?I Union square. V-" CADE MY OF .MUSIC MATIN KK TAI'sK matinee isa'tuhicay at 2) matinee KaUHT, KAtsr. FAUST. Matinee prices ?Admission. HI ; reserved seats, .Vie. extra /'HAND OPERA HOUSE. HTH AY. AND 2'tl? ST. tJT Reserved Setts, orchestra circle, fto cents. I'nllliK 4 DONNELLY Lessees and Mauuerert LAST WEEK I ol 'he I MISS MUlTUN. LAsT WEEK Great Domestic MISS MIILTO.N. LAST WEEK I Piny. | MISS MULTON. with Its magnificent cast, splondld sceiieiy and heautlful elferis, nightly heartily applauded. HE ViEM lli-.lt, la?t rlmiice to tee tills treat Drue a. LAST MISS ML'LTu.N MATINEE To-MoRROW. On MONDAY NEXT will he pruduecd In elegant atyle the charming Romantic I'lay. ROSE MICHEL. UOsK MICHEL. ROBE MICHEL. with nil the original scenery, costumes and eflects, trorn the UNION syUAItK THEATRE, and a powerlnl cast ol char acters, Including Mr. J. II. STODIlAKI' (his first appear ance hero) and lull I'nluii Square cotnpaiiy. EXTRA. ON SUNDAY EVENING, GRAND SACKED CONCERT, CAIIIN KON'Of, CAMP ME TING and PLANTATION MELODIES mid HYMNS, by tho Lol"ISlAN'A JUHILEE NlXtiER-.. OLYMPIC THBATbIT ??* HROADWAY. The creates! ol all l*antoiiiiinos. liUMPTY DU.HPlY. HUMPTY DUMPTY. GRIMALDI AND GRAND SPECIALTY COMPANY. ADMISSION, J', CENTS ItESEItVf.D ORCHESTRA. 50 CKNT& FAMILY CIRCLE, 1ft CENIS. NO EXTRA CHARGES. MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2 P. M. ELLCIt'S WoMMUt THE A I ItK. 72H-BKOADWAY?7.K). Crowded ami Kashioiiable Andlencsi, LAST WEEK IILT ONE OF HELLER'S I The most aatouudiiiK ((ELLEN'S I IirogrBiumu "f IIKLLF-K's MIRACLES A>I) WONDERS evar produced In New York. IIKLLKKM IIELLKK'K IIEl.I.EK'S HELLS It'S HELLER'S HELLER'S Hi LLER'S HELLER'S HELLEU'S Tho famoue lint Trick. LEOTARD. TUB SPIRIT COMEDY. Mrs. KepiIc. Miss HELLER. HiiXt.NO A MEDIUM. HTOllU AND SUNHIIINR. WONDERS WONDERS WON DK US WONDERS WO n DEItK WONDERS WON DE*KS WONDERS WONDERS WONDERS WONDERS WONDERS EVERY EVENING AT 8 O'CLOCK. MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AT X CHILDREN lULK PRICE TO MAITNEE. tlr. PUNCH?SATURDAY MATINEE. u MON by I ARK THE A I RE,. Proprietor Mr. SHERIDAN SHOOK. Manager Mr. A. M. PAEMEP-. | EVERY NIGHT. HOUSE I | THE DANICHKFFS. CROWDED 14 & AT | EVERY I "The mo?t REPRfc.sK .STATION. EFFECTIVE ? or the many BRATS I . may ; good plays HE PROCURED I produced at the TWO I WEEKS UNION SQUAKB IN I THEATRE." ADVANCE. SATURDAY. AT I ELEVENTH I MATINEE OF I THE D VNICHEFKS. ORATORIO BOOIKTY OK XKW VliltK. Fourth Concert and Public llelo.ir.il, UKKaT PUBLIC REHEARSAL AT HTKIN WAY IIALU SATURDAY. Al'KIL 14. At U ::I0 P. M.t Til K OREADON, with (bo OMlatance of the I*lillliurtuonio Ore be.tr a end excellent eololati. llr. U Damroacb Conductor Neata nt VI ceo now he proem-oil at 701 end 111 Broad way. -'-1 Union ?<iuare oud Slelnway IImil. STKINWAY HALL. TIIBO. THOMAS. MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 10, ATM. rilho. THOMAM' GRAND CONCERT. TE8T1MONIA I, TENDERED To Mil. JOHN LAVINK, LAST Al'PKAKANt E OK Mr. T1IKO. THOMAS aud hU niirivulled rche.tra prior to their departure lor tho vVeat. SOLOISTS.. Mme. DOHA GORDON STEELE. Soprano. .Mr. S. It. MILLS, I'iauUt. Mr. GEO. W. Col.BY, AccuiiipanieL Admlaaiuu VI; reaorved vat. 30 ceuia extra PARISIAN VAUDEVILLE, I TOMGIIT AT S. AR1SIAN V AIII KTIKS, I M AT IN K R Saturday at 2. 1 rit li at and Broadway. Elegant I Krllllatit I 1'H|n <tlt I Exciting | Thrilling Varlellee. I Hpeclaltle. I Nov.-lllea. | Danwri. | Stnaatlona iIaiKl-om.t Ituilrt Trnupe In the world. It it hii I it ill \lodela in Talilenux V'lvant. Cerron Family. I'nrllo Lecotnte, Horace Weaton, the Card ncra, Gibbon* and Kuiaell. Burden and Roderick, and boats of popular favorite* in the llvclleat bill ever presented. fpONY PASTOR'S. TONY PASTORS. I THE WORRELL SISTERS MATINEE I PAT ROOM BY. <S> G> TO-DAY SAM DKVKitK. . OKoRGK S KNIGHT MATINEE I ADD RYMAN. | AND Ills KIT. TO-DAY. 1W0RDENA M.li t/y MATINEE I.UCY ADAM-. .9, TO-DAY. I JENNIE MORGAN. | TONA PASTOR'S MAI IN EE I ill V LINTON. MATINEE TODAY. FRANK LEWIS. | TODAY. MATINEE I H ARRY STACK. .> today i v i isiv famous stars. MATINEE I MATINEE 1 THREEjlOl'llSOK IVN TO-DAY. I TO-DAY. I I Til K NEW I1IRD PACK. MATINEE I 4 ? OCR GERMAN TWINS. TO-DAY. I I MATINEE TODAY. THE GREAT NEW YORK Ayi A RIUM, Hrnadwav and .'1.1th at. Open daily from 11 A M till 10 P M. Lu-t week ut .Miae YIYIKNNE Li 1IIN. WONDERFUL I'llYslGl.oi.lt aL kxpkhimknt. SuatalnliiK Hie under water ->4 minute- without < reathimr. Pyke'a In,ape ut Madrigal Soya ami tiled Club- Vocal and In.troni.ntal Concert.. Kyeleae Klahea irum Mammoth Cave, alt AXolotl from Mexico, < liine-e CJuadiutile-1 ailed Klaliet, Perfnrminx Seal*, Sea Llow, Eoa Otier*, Blind Pne tcuafrom Auttrla, thousand- el ? itrio ra Marine Object*. Adinlaalon, Ml renta. Children Intif price. IYCEUM THEATRE. ADELAIDE LENNOX. J A Nr.W CAMIII.lv Mlee ADELAIDE LENNOX Mia. A EL AIDE LENNOX. Mle# ADELAIDE LENNOX Mlee ADELAIDE LKNNoX. Mi-ADELAIDE LENNOX Ml.. ADELAIDE LKNNOX. Mia (DKI.AIDE LKNNoX. MONDAY E \ E NI NO, AI'RII, IB. Supported by Mr HKNItY DAI,TON a. A rtnand, M ra J. W. Mill ToN'K' aa Madame I'rud.ttce and a .trong ca.t ?*, Sox uflice I01W open. IJIIILllAKMoND SOCIETY Kirt>l I'ublle ftehearaal ut the sixth Concert, FRIDAY, APRIL IS, IH77. P. M.. AC A DEM Y OF MUSIC. Dr Leopold Dainroaen. . ....Conductor I'lloOiiAM ML. Overture?"Iphlgeula in Antle"... C. W. von (iluck Ninth symphony in D minor L. von Beethoven .ADMISSION, Vi CENTS. PAT I at 1 ROOXKY, frank lewis and iiakry mack at TONY PASIOK's M ATI X EE To DAY. JEXINGTON A A It NIK OI'EKA MOUSE, J .Win it., between ltd and Lexmginn ava. Till. GRAND TE.MI'I Iv Or' ART will op.11 on MONDAY, APRIL IB. IH77. nnder tho man 11 cement of J OIIN (IE. HON A Y, with the ever popular Drama ot UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. The box ulHee will be open lor the aale of reaerved oeata Friday. April LI fPONT PASIOR'S TO DAY OUR GERMAN I WINS and the NEW IIIKD CAGE will he repre ciiled to day at 'J. pKOF. BARNES AND CLASS WILL DANCE ftlE I great l-rench Mlnn.t de I. I'our.m ideiplila Hall, N.'d at and Broad*,iv. Una riulay, evening at In o clock, and on Saturdav evening, at Gallatin Hall, 4JJ Fnltun >1. at 11 o'clock, end at IU:l'i M Ape,u. Hall W illiain-ku>g, and ou W.du,-day evening In, I Sib. ai the Martha W aeblugtvD Roreptlo i, at the oallatlu Hall, 42'J Kill ton at . Brooklyn Tony pasigBh.?the thkatkk thai every body Ilk,'a to viaR. 1 a.hivuable Drawing Heum Uecop Uou tku FRIDAY, at 2. AN11F.MKVT*. IyXSCTVHSXi kk ' Xn?* uiviif9fiC!Hr3ui 9 Ji'iourialor and U?ii?xff Mr. J US U MAtUf UK AND ?I'UCKHH UK MisH ANNA DICKINSON , KDll bar maitiniitM af ilia ttaira. entltlad, A CRAM. A CROWN OK TIIOKNH; (TRIUMPH A I.KAMI A OMOWN OK THUKN0; IKIUMfrl A (.KAMI Or. I TKllMI'H A UtiA.Nli AMNE BULRYN. TKIlMlU fcVKBY EVkNIN'. and al to.- -vTCKOAY MATINS# ANNA Oil al.V-ON, ANNA D.CKIvsoN, aupportad liy the gram caaL Bax ofllre oyan 'lam from U to NAIINKh kaTURDAY. i)NY PASTORS MATIN IK TO-OaY. T PI VMlKOKTKS, OitbANH, AC. A KBW SECOND HANII KKani.-cii a BACH AJfB A'Votiivr makers' Pianos Ml great b?rgalus. Not. 241 au4 243 East 23?f it AMAi.Mllt 1.M KOoh.WOOU WINDSOR P!AN'0~ forte for sab- All modern ImprovvnaiiU, four ruuul cornf re. curved togs tml C4?t, (o*t $UMU, fur $J< JU| Stool, cover, cabinet. also a Derxer miliar* grand Pianoforte. fit $1.<M). at r iiRcrilici; Parlor euili. in Mliii, cost Im $ 175; I'ai.or, Library and Chamber Furniture, a bargatu, al private residence 12M \Ve?t 23d st., near Uth nv \ NUMBER OK SECOND IiAND PTE IN WAY J vGraud, Square uul I |iriulit Piano*, some nearly new, tor sale at a bargain lie* are of bogus pianos palmed off Ui.-eui.inr Steiuwar make at auction lu private tiou?o?. HlKlxW \V A SONS. Steinway H ill. New York. A" <7? D NEW UPBiaifT A *0 square llano* to rem. and rent allowed if purchased; a lew rienrlv new *\clesdlugiy low; .31 new Piano* war muted tor five years; greatest reduction* to cash customers *\or offotea, at II AI * KH HHUS., Ha and 147 3th a v., cor* iter 21 *t at Old Piano* taken in exchange. 4-FOR KKHT, UPRIGHT, SOUAKH AND (JHAND J\ ? Planus of our own ttiak *; of so lor aula and rent, a mini* bet of fine second hau l Pianos, In perfect oroer. WILLIAM K.NABK A CO , N% 112 5th av , above ltKh at. Ai.iltCI-; T(3 K I LIMA NT I'lANOi A N D ? HtH a".n5 low for cash, monthly Payments or rent; t hlckeilus Grand Piauo, $254). H. X. If ALL A CO., 13 Last !4iii sk A*~ "fXmTlYMU KT 8 AC RIPIC K M AGN I KICKS r S KW Pianoforte, $173, cost $suu last December. Ue tl deuce, 30 hast Oth st. \ ri:ivatk family" will skll stiunwaI JY. Pianoforte (at sacrifice), richly carved tour round rest wood case. 7,4* octave 1'iauo; cost $1,2(XJ. for $225; has all improvements, maker's guarantee*. <'bickering upright Piano, $201); Stool, t over, Mitale Cabinet. Ifox for ship plug. N. H. -Matin Parlor suit, I I nloee*, c?at $**K), ioi $175 Pali private residence No. 47 West 1 titU rfl, belareeo uth ami Oth avs. A PIANO, ? OlTAYK, It A V K N A HACO.V $125; IF right, 7 1-3 octavo, little used, $!?*?: Items, $1 (ioUUoN A SON. i:t Last 14th au 4 I PRIVATE SAbK FOR TIIKKK DAYS ?AN L LK iVcMiit stelnway Plauolorto; a sacrifice; a brilliant 7*^ octave upright rosewood Pianoforte, cost $750, for ?22.?; Stool Hint Cover Pall private rcaidcnce 200 West 25l!t St., near 7th av Mux lucluded, V T'KW >K? "Mi II vND WKBKft PI AX Oil AT YBRY ./V great bargains , some oftheru uaed but a eery sliort time bv our best itirtsiclmia and really almost aa good at uiwj fully warranted hi every respect. Please call at the Weber Ware root us, 3th av. and Dhh st. V FAMILY tiOlNL I ? \|"Yh WILL SKLL ItuSKl wood 7 octave Pi.tuotm te, twHti. Private residence 214 Last 30th al. A LADY WILL NAfltll 1PL srKINWVAY pFa\6 FOIt .$100; a inagnlflceiit 7^ octave Pianoforte #tth all mod eru Improvements, patent wgralfe. overstrung bans, four large rmiud corners, carved legs and case coat lust Novem ber $1,2* n. for $250, st mil, Cover and Music htand, cost $125; boxed lor shipping; it ruru chnttee to buy a Mrstclass IriRtrunu'iit tor little money. Cull before purchasing else where at private residence I'ki Ksd Itlth at., betwoeo 3?1 av. and Irving place, one block cusl of I'uioii stiuare. A LADY ABOUT Moving will skll oakved rosewood 7 octave Pianoforte, cost $tPJ0, for $125; ai?o DM) yur?U velvet t'arpet. 2S Kaat 3d nt , near 2d av, Horace wati*;us a sons, kavi- iVfii si., akr selling rhino* and Orgati* u\trcinely low for cash, on small monthly or quarterly payments, or to let and tent; money allowed If purehaaed. MA80N A HAMLIN CABINET OKUANH ARKXOMT offered on easiovt terms of payment and at almost a* low prices a? the very pooreRl or.tuns; c.irIi piiee of live octave double rceil organs, $103: with nine ntops, hie hull rig ne?v solo*, $114: orauus may be obtained no payment of $7 20 and upward per quarter (three month*). tor ten quarter*; tliew organs have received highest honors at all tue World's Kxhihition* of recent years; Frame LLzt pro nounce* th*m "superb.?? Catalogue* free. Wareroouis, 24 t'niou square, New York. PIANOH* ANII o"uANK KXTKEMKL.Y 1.0# KOR i k.h', on aiu.tll inonilily or qii.r(..rly pnvmi'iit.. i.r to l(>l until |nii.l lor: .eron'l limnl ln.train.nl. Ht great IihtkhIu.; iu.truiueut. to rem Irom B-i tipHrnrti. HOBAUH WATKI.K A HO NR. MExet 14th tt. rpflE BEST KLaOM Kill IIAllliAINS IN KIANHH AND X OrnMi., lor c.nh or In.iiilm.ttl., 1. t'llltlSTlE A CO.'H, i;JVi llro.dtrHj, oorn.r 35tli x. UPBIOMT AND Htjt AKK PIANOB, 9TA TO VBSOjJa mill 610 laout'iir till pulil. or rent SI upwnril MfcTTS, h Union tquara i4ilt ?v.', near Uth at. . \1T i I,t. BELL KLKOaNT KOHEWoOD PIANO. 7 OO fr IHVO, c?rred legs, elljr make, iu nerfoot ord.r, vu.t <?"> .0, tor #l.'ei Aildro.a U. It. WllillT, 'JIJ Hio.ilw./, room I. " ' ^ ^ BICMICAla. a ? mrr?"oWAWf?K*hiReh rusnniN in oiiukcii . \ eliuir iu or lu ur ultj; mDr.v fd(X>| beat rolerouooa. Ad dre..a II. H.. 1M 2d av. / 1 a it D.--t'n i v atk "I7es;ons "Ffand. oroakTv I o? * yiln. liultar, Hluui'ig, Liinguagea. Uulvcraitjr Boildiog, lilt tVavorley plaee : uUvulara ntwlIt-il. J. J AY tVATMO.V. Director. XTlitV YOKK oonrkkvatoby <?k muhc. XX NO. i.VnT I tni bT., aeoond door ra.t ol olb av. (incorporated l?di> . 'I HIS Ul.NoWNKD MUrilO SUIIiloL open dm uud eveulna. CKaHHEH KOKMINO lu all brain ii'in. Al.o privMO lomofla. OEOAN1HT.? A WELL KNOWN UKUAMHT 1S OPKN for uii augHgemeut; bent raferaneo. given. Addrvaa >lr, hi llAAD, Seciatary of the Pliilliarniouia Society, Sew York. No. ill Kaat Bd at. ; ANTKD-PIANISTir FOK Fltl.i. AND EASY. Ap ply at o] Ku.t loth at lNSTlM ? firrKKLKhl'INti AND ilUSUNKSb 'XVfaVSh.-UuW H'leutloaa, coiiloleiiti.il Hi.d tlM.rougli liiatructlon la kkcaolng, e .nimorclal ralciilntioin., o(>"ulug and cloainc hook., balance aheet., Ac. Apply lor ct'culara to V. O. KAKHH, Ko. 790 Broadaraf. I WANT A Ci?MPl\Ti:sr FRKMCM TSA0IU|% ||f. Ing near ">l?i at., wnat >ide, who run give letaon. of one or two Hour, dally hi Ula or lie linaw: tli trritia rauat bo raa kouablr. Mr. .1. C. J., box l.Vt llrrald ntlice. \v PROPOSALS. |?KU1'USA1..S FOK INDIA , sL'ITUhS, UUODS, AN& Transportation. DKrARl?>NT or Tint Tntkrior, ) OrriUK or inut* AmiM, ? Wi-ntiM.Toa, M.rcli 1877. ) Si ulad prupoaela, Indor.eil "fnpMtli fur Hrrf, flour, Clothing. Traoeportatlon," Ae., at me cms may bo, and directed to the CommUalonur of Indian A (fit Ira, No 4<i Lenunrd it , New York, will ba ran -Ive-l until 12 M of Taev dnv. May H, 1877, for Inrnltlilnf the following ?upphe., good*, and Imuapiirtatlon required for tbo Indian aarvioa For ttia lineal year ending Jiine 3U, 1878 I'oiinda i I'ounda. Heef on the hoof.. 114 838 mil llnm In v 1 .Vl.ll U riniir . 5.7B4..V*> Hard bread Hai'i.n 87U.4HU I Sueur S-at.iV*> Horn 3,4i.?,.V*) | to the 4 .'i.tfi Hi-ana 1H4 'an linking Kowder 28.34U Klra 8.'! <J< <) | Ten ti ,'iMU Tobacco 5tl H.VI. Soda lti.TX) Soap 118.420I Lard H.uuO y?.a 1-ork 71*) bbli. I Aisn, HUnkfltn, piirs SM.47B Hlnntcs 3,1'iS OvnrcoHts B??y*' suits 2.21'S Heck Custi,. 7.1h;s? )| 4*s mid caps Vests B.4KI HUimj*, pttirs 14,U <i Tents. pnlr* h,h?v 1 try Ho ?ds, Hardware, Notions and Medical Supplies. transportation for such of tiis above ?ttp|?lie* s? msv not b# contrsiteil to lis delivered m tin* M?v?*rni itidied aiceuries .Hchedules shoem* in detail th? kinds end ouniitities of ell good* required nt each *g sue/ end In ro-s, tranifxirt t tlon r utos, titne end piece of delivery, conditions to be ob served by oidders Mini terms of contract enu pey iiient, to I fret iter with idenk prop<??al*. tonus of contract, bond, Ac., will ho furnished on epp icelion to this office in Westilug* ton, or et 4<* Leonard st.. New York; ; to K. M. Klug*lev, :t?l? linton pUcc, New York; to Win. II Lyon, 4Hit Kro.ul. way. New York, to Win Nicholson,^Superintendent lnd eo Affair*. Lewreme. Kansas; to tlit* Crmimieseri*? of Subsisv Slice, l . A., at 8t l.oiiis, i 'hirago, niotui t'lly, Leaven worth, St. I'huI, Omaha end Chcj?tint'. J. g. SMITH, Commissioner. HI Mil AUD*. X LOI <>V sKcibsD ifAND tHLLtAUi) fAKTCfcrfTI .perfect order, equal to new, at vary low prices. H. W CoLLKNDLK, 7:>* Hroudwsy. \MfeKlCA N 8TANDAKD HKVLL HI Lid I Altli TA BLK0 * iVwitn Dclauey's wire cushions, indorsed !?v ell leadin* prolesnoiMl plsyers; extra induce me tits now ulTcn-d. second It and fables at isrcat bar^atus. W. U. GUI t KIT 11 A CO., 4<> Vesey m. ]>HKLAN'S NKVV BILLIARD WAKKitlH ?*.<*, NO 14 Vesey d.-Nrw and second band Billiard Tables at \?rj low prices. WATCHKS, JKWELIIY, At. * widow uoy wiIX"HM-C'iVi''(MiniVfdiC . \lirr Solitaire Diamond, Addica. Mra. llAMILru.k, H.ral-l cPice. ? ? -AT 817 HUOADWAV. GORKBR 12TU ST.? J\ .Diamond., Walche., Jewelry, Silk, ami l'or>.-ual I'.operty n| every do..i ipilou i ought and .old . ho.ua negotiated. I - A AH BAKU. 11 1.YMWN DIAMOND STORB, !fj . HROADWAT, J\--a*r Jl.l at., lormerlj 723 Bfoedway laatahlialMS I84|jb baigalnaiu DlannMiil., Watelia. ami J> wulry. Silver, Ac. Y ?AV11,1. RRMOI K 1ST UK MAY l?? 1*17 BROAU il.way, belw-ei. 2Dlh aud dial .1. JA.Vh.4l*. MAT. TllhAYs, )iD7 Mroadw-iy, corner 4lli .1 AT I.V.NUII S. Ills IIKIIAIIH'AY. N h \ li .'1ST ST? .Dlamand*. VYaiuhea, Jawlry. nilvarwara. Shaw'., Ac., bought and .-?ld ; loan, tx-gotiated , ladle--' private allica. MuNKY OR DIAMONDS, KI RS, AC. 'DIAMONDS Watcbae. Ji-welry, silverware, Seal Sacquea. Ciiuall ll:*ir shawl., SHI**. Ac , bnu/hl ami a -Id back al a vara am all advance oho. 0. ALLhN, Jeweller, 1.11*1 Uroae way, un- r JDlli al. - I*.?IK DIAMOND KAHKINOR, JUST ROUUIIT Al ?la aacrlfu n. J D> 0 carat., very l--w ; raah paid for daplV call) .liver We-ldllig IVee -iit*, old Out.I and DUnouid*. J, II JOIINSrciN. I ai Howerv. c?rm-r Hrm-me at. ?JC*?J BOWKRV.?bOANs on WATi:ilt>. iHAINs, O' 1 ? rj e w elr,, Dlaiuoiid*. A c ; i-tcd Oi kela ol th ? auoie b.#uvbi W mmr.v, o I Lh rORT -v t!u, MUIUI-K. A? MOKOAN .% B l;< iTH K ll'N n l< *R \ TrK'^WAltK ?houft't, Broaawsy end 47tl? *t , lor furniture, hatrtrafe, c. Acnwrate roouis, f.J per mouth aud upward, iuspdo tion iuvlti'd i MOUKKLL> i I ft - I tLtSS MOiai.K WahK* . \? buaw lor tine furniture, trunks. Mara, plainaa, am i? in?nl., w-ira-i of art, Ac sale il-qnoit vault, -or valuables Sale.--I all ?i?a. In vmil, to ram, by I he innntk ur ye.if, aflmdlng an.oluie aecarltr. 4th av atiJ 3*Jd al. "A FIRST OKAHM HI'II.D1 NO. Willi ALL. MUDKrtN appiuncee, built eapraaelj f- I aiorajie and aale keening nl lui nit lire, cairiaga. and lauill) pro|i?riy. In plniterad roo-oi, HM, lit, 113 and 11Kaal 44ih -1 O'Ki Il.tit MH 'TIII-.KS, rrnprletora N kw sroit.AOh wAHhiiiTcs~hsT7flo, 7.vx7???r4 av , cornui 4Hlh it. ? *-ei-afale ru-im. tor f.mltiare; aaorace fur earrniKea, general nierclianili.e, Ac. SMI lil A alliM, I'roprielora rpilR ll cKORK WAMkHUUnhM. sril AV . KK-I.M 1?3U 111! 34'h ?t. -Having be-II leiiiudaUeil Upon aaewula* lliav are pr.-pare-l lo give heller accmninudatlnn than an* o? :er warehou.e in the i-lly lor Storage ol furuiiiire, piun .a, b egg ago and g-el. ol every di-acriptiun -u-Jat to weal releel ss IsuMMliiin tawtSdBdft. UOm HUH Wsu 3Hsk Uk