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tanking a noise an J moaning; he said Bhe would fo?l better tl she could Bleep, nud bo would give her a little laudanum, ho gave bcr Home In tea or lager boor; thai was about a week betoro bcr dealt; my aunt diod about Uirie o'clock in tbc morning; tbe day before her death I told Mr. ekepbuna to 8i?nd Tor mo if i bo was worse; ttioy did Dot send for me; when I i.aire tcrne T hastened into the room to ace my aurt, Ho room was dark, my auut was on the bed and breuibmg very l.ard; Mr. Sleitbcna was giving her gome tliiag ln'Ui a tunmier; ne una me iu leave uie rwui, .?u.< said thai my aunt was asleep; I returned t.> (be room a few miuutis alter unit found Mr. Stephens sitting by the bed. bit* elbo?s on bis knees auil U s bead on his Lauds; I left Uiu io<'u by Mr. anil Mrs. Pullman coaling into iho siturg room; we could boar my aunt brea'.hing, and Mr*. l*u)!tnan told me aot to le-t hi-r lay lung iu Uiit position us Sbe wat bresthing so baro, when Mr. aud Mrs. Pullman wont away I ran iuto tbe bedroom and gjt my auut ia my arms. detei mined to speak to her; 1 raipod hor bead and aboulde! > and shook bur aud v.oko her up; she Mid "where have you been all da/ that you did uot come to nee me?" hbe put ber arms arouud me; the said she was going to die. aud she wished me to take caro of ber child. (Here the witness wept, and was for tome time unable to prooeod.) My auut mil wherever I was she wished me it possible to see hor child und take care of ber; she committed her to my care; sbe then asked to see my sister Fanny; sue put her arms around taunj'? Dock and said she hoped we would meet in heaven; that she was going to die, and felt happy; she then asked my sister and mytoii it we wou'd sing a hymn (or hor; wi< did slrg. that was about nine o'clock o thn evening before she died; while we were singing Mr. Armstrong came in; he was a class leader in my sister's class in Twenty seventh street church; Mr. Armstrong prayed with my aunt; Mr. Stephens then came In with my sistor, Mrs. iliuiuun, and bis niece, previous to their coming in I asked Mr. Armft ong to leave the room as my aunt vomit ed and her bowels cbangvd To the Court?My aunt died on Wednesday morning, about three o'clock. tbe 23d of September. examination cot tinued?I was not in the room when my aunt died;I was in the sitting room. Q. Hid you hear any unusual noise before she died? A. Yes, sir. (0h>- eted to.) lbe Court d-reeled th.? win ess to tell what occurred frrtm tk. omotnir nf >? hvmn ?t nine nV.lnak to thi? I. lino of her death. Mr*. Haauau, Mi. Stephens sister, came in; Mr Davis casno in also w te n Mr Stephens came in my aunt threw her arms arotiuii him and kissed him. and said, "she toped lie would meet her in Heaven;'' she vomited several times thai evening and bad duschiirgis; sh said she felt quite nuuib and had no feeling ou one side; Irtquently dui ins tbe discharges my aunt asked me to ra<se hir up. I would put my arms under her in the bed and lilt her up: the last time I did static gave an awful shriek, and it frightened mc; it was the wiso of MrB. rianmut and Mr. Stephens to keep her Bi ll; I led the room; the lamp was taken out 01 the room; she asked me to speak loud, and e nd that she could not hear ; the loom was ke|4 dark till she died: Mrs Human and my suter were in the room when she died: wlio-i we were laying out the body about a quart of black liquid came out of her mouth: she was lay ing ou her b-uk on the floor when pnrt of tlie liquid came out; Fhe was turned over ou hur silo to have this come more freely fiom her mouth; I discovered in the room something th.it attra.-ted my attention; while remcviDg a chest, as the room was (mall, I saw a t mhli r near it; there was something in it which smelted of laudanum, in lager beer or coffee; I am acquainted with the smell of laudanum; I have had lauu?.num adnnuistered to myself; previous to my aunt's death Mr. Stephens rpoke of Dr. Irenv>ngcr; he asked me on my way up rii rd aveaue to call on Or. Iremonger, and tell him it he wanted him he would call for him; I said 1 would not he took his hat aid said ho would go hirrself; 1 met him down stairs ou the steps, an i he asked me ogam it'I would go. and lsii.no, that I w is going in the ear;-: 1 dll lak" the Third avenue ears; prior to my aunt's sickness I observed Mr Stephens' conduct to her; ne refuse ! to t.-e her out; spoke roughly to her, telling her to shut up. and did not treat her as u husbaud Should treat his wife ece t.nie they were speak'ng rou;illy to each other, and he shut the door, and Ri d "he wished shj wns dmd;" this was some few months prcvoj'' to 1 r .ih I noticed his rough treatment of her more par" -u! . > w'tlnn the last twelve months previous to her death because 1 was living there; before that she ewmnl inclined to keep his conduct secret from mo; I don r know my auM't" age; -10 years was on her colliu; Mr Stephens said he was 32, at the time of my aunt's death Mr. Samuel Card we (1 was paying his addresses to me, be is a re:i! estate agent and keeps a dry goo Is store; the first time he paid hi .i dresses to me was on a Sabbath school picnic in the summer before my aunt's death; be commented calling frequently at my aunt's after that; alter mi aunt's death, in about aire nth. Mr. btenhenshad n lonveisation with me about marriage; be wished in" to nmnin at home and not go to work; he said I had worked long enough and he would like to be engaged to me; a3 there were other ladies in the Third avenue that would like to hare him, and be did not Wish to cQccd ihtm, he wanted the engagement for his protection-, after my aent'n death a day was flxad for my marriage with Mr. Cardwell; w were to be married m Seventh btrect Metuodiu churcn; it was known to a great many ; 1 was cot married because of an anonymous letter which Mr. Stephens had writti n to Mr. Card well the day previous (letter produced and identified by witness iifi being in the handwru.ng of Stephens); I have often seen bim write. 11 r Shaffer was procoi lintr to read the letter when Mr. Acfcnuad objected to the reading until the defence had an oppottumiy of crots examining the witness as to the hand writing. The Court tendered tyi opportunity to the counsel ol erf,ts exam niDg on that point now, wtii.:h Mr. Ashmead do clined, on the ground that it would bo unjust to tha pri souer. (Exception taken.) Mr. Curbing raised another objection, and that is that il has not been proved tuat Mr. CarJwell ever received this letter. The District Attorney submitted that tbe objection was too late, afi tbe r.ading bad coicmi need. Witness to the Court?On the night previous to the day we were to have been married Mr. Cardwell was with me up to nine o'clock; he returned and showed me this letter. After some discussion the reading of the letter was withheld for the prcseut. Examination couiinucd?I have not since been married; alter Mr. Cirdweil received the letter, Mr. Cardwell, my brother Robert and myself went to Chester, Orange county, to Mr. Durland's, I cannot tell whether my aunt vomited previous to Dr. Iremonger u attendance; she did after .van! s very freely, half a oasin full at a time: it was different oolors, sometimes dark, sometimes yellowish. 1 remember her vomiting once when Dr. Ire monger was present; Mr Stephens was there many tmes wh^n she v imited, 1 did cot notice that the vomit smelted; Mr. Stephens sometimes emptied it, and sometimes my sister; I never saw the Doctor examine the vomited matter; Mr. Stephens did; be took it m the basin to the wiudow once or twice, and examined it; he said to me tint there were little red specks in it, wiucn lie thought was some of her liver; he turned il around With a ttraw, and what seemed to be little pieces of fieph he would draw up on the suie ol the basin; 1 don't know that my aunt complained very mu'-.h ol pain; she complained of pain in the stomach, and Dr. lremonger ordered a blister for her, ehe was confined to her bed for two weeks previous to her ileatb; rh? complained of thirst from the time she ww Qriii conflned to her bed; she complained of thirst the morning before her death; 1 noticed her being drowsy th( night previous to her d? ath, the Sunday before her deutl she wai- worse, ond " sharp looking:'' when she looke at you <-he ltoked very sharp: sometimes she looked rathei excited, and careworn, anu fatigued; I beard her c^mplau of the coldntss of her feet, but I did not notice that fcbi Whf weak ou her legs: about a wek before she died bUi Said her feet an J >gs felt cold; sne frequently said hei hands felt ooeer. tnd would nress Lhem tmrcthor- I th.nv I heard som -thin# of hrr having crumpe, but cin't rerol lect particular if. Q. Did you notioo any convulsion! about tier? A. No; on the night of her doaih she lay oc lier back, and would fall asleep; she asked my sister tc put a warm iroo to tier foot; 9b" kept continually throwing litr arms outs. le the clith:a; during her nines* there wat a suppression of tat urine; her lifs were naturally thin and failru in from the low uftocthon t Lie San lay previous tohei death I no.iced that her lips were swollen; I asked Ur, Iremonger if it wag cot so, and he said n<>t particularly; when he went away my aunt asked me to bring her the looking plat*, and I did 10. she looked at her lip*, and said I right, the discharge* were very dark and seem ed mixed w lb I'ood; previoix to the scream I was standing at the foot or her bed, und she asked mo where waft Mr. Cardwell; I asked did she want to say anything to him about me, and sue mid "No, Sophia, yon know I would uot tell him ?ny harm of you, and stus toughed 1 c in I tell that tno red specks In the basin were yellowish oi dark, my aur.t did not drink of the first laudanum; Mr Stephen- guvo !t to rue to bring to her; I h?n.1e<l it to her, aim the usked me did I giro her thai drink, and I raid Mr. Ktepheiia did; she told me to take it away, anJ never give her anything a^aio with laudanum in it; thu discharges were accompanied by pain; I know William Knox; he is a cousin of mine. Q A^r Mrs Stephens' death,do you know of Mr. Stc|>h' i.s smding mm to the room where you and your n^ter tan..y were sleeping* A. Ye;-, I spoke to Mr. Stephens about that at tie first opportunity ; I asked him why he did so, but he did uot teem to give a satisfactory answer; u ?uMKiuontiy brougl.t this up to m}self and my sister, that Wllnam Kiox had been in the room with us all night; J said lie tent him Uicr< i he brought it up as if to keep us afraid of biin, ho said that he would bink our characters m the e, t mation of il, people of tie church if wu were to leavcTiis house. Q. DUl WilUan Knox get ato your bed that nifjht? A. ho, 1 ask'nl liim wnerc ho wu koIdk, au<l he said Mr. htoplicns Pent 1. 'n there, ho then ?ay down rinro?? T~a *hcn 1 to Hlei?h??n? that h? cut nnuum hiii i w our ? . -in, lie t.,.! not d ny it; I can almost say, though I 'IMn't want to swear to it, tli'il I brard Mr. Stephens t?-il William Knox to go to our room I told Stephens what Knox Mid when ho rami; into o n room, tnii Stephens did not say anything; I told Mr Hto phonn that I10 did it for bU own purpose, and Wuhan Knox said (bat Stephens sent him there, and he did no deny It; I remained at Stephens' house about six mor.t'11 after my aunt s death; we then went to board at Mrs tberman's, In Sixth avenue, until my brother arrive, tiere at that time 1 had charge ofa store of Mrs. li U.- Bowery, and I look the uppor pait of the houto for m; brother, sister and myself, we remained there i;otll a fo? ilii>rbefore I ?a> going to be married; sin :c the arrest 0 Mr S1'phens we h?\e boarded at 69 third avenue; Immc diat<'\ after my aunt's death my sister told me what shi tho,., it, and 1 told her what I knew, and we talked abou leav Ktepbeus objected to our leaving. Q Did ho ob ject 'I more than once? A. He objected to it all tb< tlmi 1 in every way th.it he could up to the day w< left * u Knox lay across u,e loot of the bed, outsl In, h( did odroHt at all on tho night before my aunt'i deal I , ben 1 went into her room Tti of adjouromi ni having arrived, the Conrt adjourn. to Wednesday (tbi?) morning, when thi cro?Joxau. . on of Miss Bell will bo commenced. hotkw7 XI ST JUl-TKN MO. 1 WASHimrnii mTr-o ' ?' In of vwtmon*, ruuble . .rlnniili ? j(. ...i toy |.i. *t . .ble. Mask cm noo** tttokbstkket, brooiltw, oas ft fem dnlrthie r im* vacant, iaiutle for fern vr tagi* ffitonr'i, *hl h will be offered i n reaioaitb e lertu*. Wyoming hot*!,, m (jrrrfrwrrn htrrkt-rk furtitafceri ?n<l ?1?inhiy k?r? hr K. 0 DRAKE, Ut<i popular proprietor of thi- Philvle'phm Hot**. A few vnfiint rrc iml' It W til rf*.m ?t.',? uoeu Or Ut(liy?, l<JUf la ? (NAM Hwrwwfc. NB I BAMCB AT AtTCTIOW. I I A 8. RIPIIAKI)S, Al imoNMClf^Jiio CASKS BOOTS. JY. iIiom an>l broguia.--RICH A WUtTIHO wlli ! anil, on Wcdn??day. March 9, at I OS o'clock, at store 44 Co I landlHti-eet, a very (IcJralle usaortmeut of new and aeaio i i bit* si.inia, direct frum LQe Kauafacturera, CuUioxuea m a ti>t( of aale. tt Tnnuwmii innnnKllg AN4> COM* ON A., hoiisa, 102 Nassau street, second door, will gl.a tenUou to sales it auction of household furniture, wat :k welrjMd allMuaaof property, or will Utuc4 inon > bur A' J. BI.KKRKR, HON A CO. WIU, SILL A* AUC Hon, on KrMay, March 11, at 12 o'clock, at u Merchants' , Kxchaoge, CfarUtopher atrcet property (to cIom a i <r? ate). Tie Ave lota, with the bulldiugs tliereon, ku ? a* Nos. 102, I 104.106, 10P aud 110 Christopher ?tr?'?t, aout] v lr 14H leet west ft obi Hleecker street. Mapi. showing size \ 11 k sitlou ol lota, r lertna, Ac., at Ho. 7 Broad urret. A J. HI.KKCKKR. SON A CO. WIUi. - KU,, ON SAT onlay, March 12, at 12 o'clock, a i tb> Merchants' Kx change:? On 12*th *t?The plot (three lota), wi'.h fine S,4 story frame hotiae. Sis feet east lib ave., opposite M n nt Morru park. On IDMhsl?three lots, u. i., 174 met west 7th ave. Map i. Ac , at No. 7 Broad street. A J. BLKECKF.R. SON A OO. W1LI. SKbU ON SAT. tirday, March 12, at 12 o'clock, at tie Merchants' Kxchange:? Ofi West Washington place?Tie two story and attic brick home No 62. n. a. 2MJ feet we'! 6th ave ; lot 22x97. Houae contains sai, Ac.; is In good order. Terms ilbantl. Maps. Ac , at No. 7 Broad street. AM. MJtHWIM, AUOTIONKKR. . BY BANOS, MKKWIN A CO. Trade salerooms Mo. 13 Park raw. WKDNKSDA V KVKNINO, MARCH tf, aT?K O'CLOCK, t ngllsh and Krrnch eugravtuga?A choice collection of fine line and mezzotint English and French engravings, comprising a great variety of tlie beat producliooa of many celebrated European artuta Alao, Imported Illustrated looks, Ao. Catalogues are bow ready and the pictures are ou view at the salesroom*. AS- MAYNARD, AUOTIONKKR. Large sale or KLKtaANT HOUSHHOLD FURNITURK, fevcu octave pianoforte, drawing room suit*. Oil paintings. sUtn irv' Fmnze and nrmulu coaniielierr stiver warn, Ac This day, Wednesday, at the four atory dwelling bou4* No HO Wi'at Twenty sixth street, near etith avenue, the r. ? .*, logne embracing the largest and best assortment of b <useb > lui iilture oflercil at auitiou this reason ?nil made to order I ibe present owner, and to be peremptorily sold to tl>e high-! 1 bidder. Sale to commence at 11 o'clock pteelselv. I raw in# rooms- Two superbly earvi'd rosewood suits, it i vered in silk brooatel, cwwnUIlg o[ two ieie n leu- sons i.vo arm. two reception and eUht parlor o-taiirs, *>11(1 ru??wo )dcentre t*ble statuary n.arnle tops to match the mitt: Turkish an ! reclinu.ii chais, bec.-etaie and I m ikcaK-, lined with satin wood; etegeres, mirror doors and marble tops; side and rant tables, Indies' work table enimnres, comer stands, rosewood 7 octave pianoforte, pearl keys aud Inlaid wilb pearl made by oitjr maker, KLtl coat $i!00; fosewood stool, covered in brocade, music rs<k, music books, oil palming*, by eminent artist*, two superb landscnpe wi nei on the Hudson, by Cole; First Horn, by Kan my; Irult pie e, Brusel; winter scene, by Kgelo; si-Unary, Paintings and Music, tlie Season, Ac.; bronzo and bisque figures ant v ises. French china splttuous, parlan mar be statuettes, Dresden and French china ornaments, rii-r and mantle mirrors, bronze and annum six light chandeliers.velvet carpets, rugs to match; oval mirrors lose wood and ?lit frames; richly embroidered Uce curtains, c. r nlces, shades. French line engravings, hall rosewood hat aland; dial's, < lleloth. stair carpet rods, Ac. Bedrooms (second sto.y)?Bttwrb y carred rosewood bureaus, statuary niarulo tn( and French plate mirrors, style of Louts XIV ; bed Meads und commodes to match, richly decorated toilet seta, hair mattresses, palilssfcs. feather beds, bolsters, blanket*, sheets, Ac , ck.ck, curtains, shades Brussels carpet, rugs, corner at -tud. solas. r xkera, arm chair* vases, engravings mia-ors. Bedrooms (third and lonrth story)?Manngany and black wiilu it bedMeads, waahsttuds, dressing table, quills, (heeta and large assortment '?adiDg, ingrain carpets, carpet Ac. Dining rooms?Fourteen feet eit'ns'oa diulog Uble, alls'.oard, hu'lfr's tray and stand, French cblra dinner aud tea vets, rich cut anil engraved glass decanters, goblets, chant l<kKiies, vines, fruit and desiert standB, salts tumblers,'soli I rilver dinner and tea acrvice, do S|>oons. forks, butter knives, Ac ;l'-ory handle knives an 1 forks, n tpkins. rlugs and rich Bohemian wine bottles. buit?r dish and fruit bowl liquor set, Ac , dining chairs couch, Ac. Also, a large assortment of basement and kitchen furniture, with which the sale will com mence. t ataiugu-a at the h uts" all morning of sale. The house to let; possession immediately. For further particulars inquire of 'lie auctioneer. AM CRIST alar, auctionker, will sell on . His dsy. 9th in&t., at 1*2 o'clock, the conteutsof the hoiel kuo?n as 1 urtle Hay House foot of Forty-elubtn street ! nit river, consisting of chairs, tables, glasses, one niano and the ntual ats irtment of furniture louru la a bisnl, als) a large lot ol garden furniture. Sale positive, rain or shine. SUCTION NOTICE ?BY JOHN J. itENNIE, AUOft. tloneer, ofllce !iM9 Broadway. Fxecutor s sale of house furniture, at the private residence fitft Houitun street, between Laurens and WooBter streets, ibis day, Wednesday, March at 1U% o clock. Catalogues now ready. DRAWING ROOMS. Contain laurette ma^luo suits of tursiture. in nine pieces; one siil* of green plnsh rosewood parlor furniture; pianoforte of solid rosewood, pearl k> ys, spxil . nJ cloih civer; medallion Telvet carpet, tulip Kood centre tables, I idles' work table and box. piei glasses, French brocatel aud lace curtains, spittoons, Ac. Ac. 1 >luiog room f.irnlture of all kinds?Extension dln'ng tables, floud silver lea arc iiuu saiver. piates, vegeuDies, salt cellar, 1 knives. f"rks spoons and holders Chambers?Spring bed*, hair mattresses, feather h?ds; rosewood, mahogany mid ? alunt bedsteads, bureaus, waabstands, tcil-t wis. ingrain and ibree ply c irpeU, rugs, pictures, centre tables, two canary birds and cages. Also, Basement and ki'/ beti furniture, u'ensi's Ac , of every kind. Pr.id bouse to let; rent very low, possession immediately after r sale. inquire of the auctioneer. Auction noiicr?j. boiJart, auotionkisr ?by 8. BOOiBr, this day, Hwah V, at lu>? o'cl'Kk, at jfi? l<r* ad way, Corner of Priuce street, mortgage sale of hotel turi tture < nut-lmg of mahogany and rosewood parlor suits. m*rI ble top centre tables, easy and rocking chairs, mirrors, tfrussel?. tBree plyand ingrain carpet.; large quanity of mahogany andcotage bedsteads, balr mattress. bedding, wsshaUnds and cr a kcry, marble top dressing bureaus, wardrobes, oilcloths, dining room and kitchen furniture, gas chandeliers and g fixtures, Ac. .Also one rosewood piano and a stove. JOHN W. HOMKKINDYKK, Attorney lor in irtgapee. A- Cf!TION NOTICE.-A UKNTLKMAN OF M VNV TEARS experience in New York as general auctioneer, Ac., is desirous oi maklcg arrangement* as stlesmm or in any other capacity. Brocklyuuotobjtcled to. Addr?s?il. A C., Unral 1 oflice. AUCTION MOTH E-PARTIES HAVING UOl'SKHOI.D furniture to dispose of without the trouble of an auction sale, will hud a pur liaser by iddreifing 1*. fc., Lux 4,7Ju i'sat office. AUCTION NOTiCE.-CONbTABI.K S S.VLK OF UROCE rles, segars, llipurs, Ac.?8 AM I'EL '>S<<OOI?, auctioneer, will tell at 81 Naasa'i street, on PridAT, at liall nast 10 o'clock, the contents ol a grocery and liquor store, consisting of groceries, Illinois, segais, Ac. MATT. BKIltN K, Constable. AUCTION NOTICK.?BROWNE A NICHOLS WILL SKI,!, thin "lay, Van h 9, to front of their store, 35 Nan ;a i street, two bay horses, iilteen h inds high, sue i.^d sevjn y aijoW, t> it r.d and kind, with one pair double harness a Lao, One aorrel mare, sixteen hands, eight yews oM. s<virr: inl kind, a first rate borne and sold for no fault; together : > * ,. Sou and Lam' ss, one tw o Mated wanon, one 9ng,c ate do ouhlc and sir gl? harness, blankets, whips, <v J A UCTTON NOTTi'":. ? ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE.? ' J\. Hit OWN K A MCHOI-S wl'i sell on Thursday M irch 10. ! at Ui>* 0'e.lock, at tlieir sVTe, S6 Nasna 1 street the balance of 3 aalety, fluid and solar lamps remaining on hand and belonging 1 to au nilate. Sale positive. l'er order. j. m scuttKAui, Administrator ; also, r A fw pet a plated (stiver ware, .urns, crockery and kLim> 1 three baps bomt coffee, two chests tea, to close an account. ) * LABOR COLLECTION TiF FINK OIL PAI.vnv,-' p A uio9tly by American artists, to be sold without reserve - 0,1s mornisg, 1/tliiust., at 11 o'clock, ut th? salesroom, No. 112 . liioadraj. JolIN LKVI80N, auctioneer. ' A CCTION NOTICE. . A V. C. EDEY, auctioneer. ' EZBA LUDLOW, JR., Will sell ta'.s Jay (Wednesday), one l elegant, turn out two seated wagon, city butlt and fully war[ ranted. One bandti-me tilde teat top buggy, for two or four porsom, warranted. One handsome light tw > scat'd rockaway, fully warranted. One elegsnt light pbn>ion, mutable for a doctor, warranted. Two handsome, tcp buggies. 1 Ttrf'f handsome i njjl w? gons. One el'gantihllting top square boi buggy, built by Ford A Hon. nearly new, cost $260. A'ao new and second hand tingle and double banu-rs. Also, to ( lose accounts, toveral elegant fox, wolf and bear | robes. L A CCTJOK NOTICE ?T. BOUART. ArCTIONFER.?BY XL 8- BOUART. Thursday,.March 10, at 10>? O'clo:k, at 45 North M"ors street, genteel household furniture, mali'iganr ! parlor suits, marble top centre ubles, easy and rocking chiirs, \ tapcstr.v, Brussels carpets, French pier plat? glass, chamber and kitchen furniture. Auction NOTICE.?J. booabt, A uctionesil ?JIT 8. BOOaRT. Friday, Marc h ii, at lolf o'clock, at the auction rni ms No- 1 North wililam stri-et, household furniture on account of fornix- purchasers, removed from Fourth street for convenience of tale? mahogany teta a tetes, sofas, rnahorany wardrobe, marble top dressing bureaus, large pier glass, firuss. Is and three ply carpi ts; also rosewood parlor suits; also the CO' cii or a restaurant, counters, tables, coiurg, crockery an 1 glassware; also one coach, Ac , Ac. \ ACTION NOTTOK. J\ IUMKI, -i. HUL'GH, atlCti' neer?offic So 22) Brovlwav?will sell at public auction, to -Borrow, Mar-h 10. at 10-4 A. M , ail the rlchr jeeivood ami Imported furniture now In ana belirglng to the superbly furniahed pil.ate residence No. 12 University place, r.ear V\ ashlngton ?'|uare. 'Ihli bouse win r?turnlahed during tlie year, and the good* are in beautiful condition. CnUloguea at the house on the morning of sa'e. In *he b?B< ment arc milt* of walnut dining room furniture. Complete, together wi'h all the kitolien utenslis, and elega.it china dinner and tea setc l\ory cutlery, silver waru, cut Ac , l < l' i Kirir to the family. :i (lie pariois ate velvet < arpeU and ruga, ift.d three roue w.il par.nr suit#, centre and aide uhlea, corner and wall eveger-s lace * indow drapery, pier gliates, china vafea. bronzo 1, rm, clocks, ornament*, paintings, engravings, lady 'a ae re lary, work tables, easy "Ualrs, book uaes, Ran fixtures, ono r wood f'vi d ot'iave piano, a tool and cover, Ac. In the < hambera are a fire assortment of carved rosewood ar.d u.ali i|iiuiy bi drieada. bureaus, stands, i-ouehen, cUalrs, carpets, cm a, wilaa, ten fine curled hair insures* ?, biankou, 'a and tic wing, aud a lino variety of desirable goods too nutueri o? to mention. The .? k tion' i r calla particular attention to thebronreg In this ern/'""lng aeviral large figure*, as Clovls anil Charlemagne, hhakaper* and Mllum, Tub Hhepberd liny, Peace and W ar, t rar klin I he Prodlg.il'a iteturn, Ac. c ,l')y1B ' t'u" 14,1(1 "*it to ootamenoe at iOX A. M. preA' w 1 i'N -TH"H BKI.I, Af'TTOVKER, AND m."i ^I s hl" '*y Bt "'clock, in the *" " of we??ng apparel, three tronks, dry goods hosiery, shawls, cutlery teweiry, lancy arUe ^wlo; m^^a->U''"n'e'''' Kl*'" 41 li ,J (:1"ck' ??? v*'"v A88h(??e K A^M^rHlNT w\ ,lIArln,fR BKI.TIMfJ AMI) A Hone ? A. H CKiHTAliA ll. n Hf.wrrw (II .eU Ibid day, 9ih tostatt at l0 ' veDlence ol sale), a large stock of belllu* and hose of 7T0n.Il pieces of tiree and four p.yltaning. ? two to twenty Inonea In width; ,'2 full plec a f b , fnu?n2 from a half iuoh to three inches, *-:ll worthy tic ^ ,5 maoblnUU, apeculaWra and othtrs. ' ' aiw-"tl0I> of F^DWARD HPHF-VCg. AUCTION! pfgW iNOfll j cond hand hrmaehold furniture, by K. A V. II PciinNOK <in Thursday, 10th lnat, at ll?X nVlvli, at th" ml' ?fuom vi Naaean atreet, a larre and selected stock or ei?.j[#M ions bold furniture, remored for o/mvenlenee of sale, > Miprlatnt elegantly carved rosewood parlnr auits, in briratel, brocatc mo'inetarid plusli; very elegant roaewood ant mauoganv bedM*? <<1n hiir^un? ftnrl tvit l.u'iirirlg i. -mt*wn:u\ mur!.i? in . ?ii. ..,i oorntr U'ptem, mild nalc <-ham?>?r ami dmlng ror m furniture, rosewood Mrretery and library bootraac*, ?elv>-t, Hnmanta, and Intralti nrpola; aluo. two rl) glit fiam? Vri-wh plain mantel gl&aaiM, tliitt naoofftDy plMMwrtM. mlfTonpalaUun fiigraviDga, Au. W YORK HERALD, WED BAIN AT APOTIOW. KDWARP bcbrnok, AUOTIONKKB-BV F. & r. il StlHBMOK.?Auction aale ol Ide tool*. machlacrr ud unflnlahed itock of a gold peuoil euii manufactory, Will ba eld III Moi<d*y, March 14, at 10*i o'oliKk, al tie gold pe?cl maoiitaotory I'l Spring atraet, a ooinplotn aaaottmnnt of the above named article*. Including |be inula neMaaary tor minufaetarlpg tto) celebrated "Lownda' pauuit" pea and ptncll. 1 hi' imllDiahi'il Mock cumprlaea a great variety of anea of guania, point* and raaehJnea. A Lao a lot of (tone aa4 paate. railed alaea and colore. EDWARD BCHRNCK, AUOTIONKKR-OIL PAINTlnsa -By B. A P. H BOHCNUK. on P riday, 11th Inat. al 10)4 o'clock at tlielr alearoom.JS Naaatu itreet, a collection of about KW nuu ancient ?ua moaern ou pmuuiiK? comprising lanriitciiue, marine, historical and sorlptunl suNjeci?, by Olaveiiber* Ostade, Basseaus, Hemskh-k. llenilorf. Coeue. Got. Jiuisens, Levendorch, Van (ielt, ritaufleld, MUbau, Nobnns, i ampc Kubiii' and man; others. Also the Urge Hue land scape by !>? Coil. The p&intinn are doit on exhibition, and wliTbe sold pereinpt": tly lor cash. T/OWARD 8CIIKNCK. AUCTIONEER.?WATCHK3 AMD jewelry.-By K. A K. H. SCHKHiCK. This day, #th tost , at luk o'clock, at their salesroom S3 Nasstu street, elegantjoweiii, consisting of set of plna and earrings, brooches, bracelets, earringi, studs and aleeve bultntia, vei< buttons, 4c., aet with mosaic, enamel, and cameo, of new ami rich designs; also, iuperb If* carat gold hunting and open oased watches, nmbraotuii patent aud deutched levers, chronomr trra and double timekeepers, with independent (top seconds; alao, gold Teat and guard chains. uhaielaluea. Ac. TTENRY H. LEEDS. AUCTIONEER?8ALR8ROOI1 8 H Nassau street ?UKNItY H. LHj.US * OU. will aeU, at auction, on 1 hurtday, Mtroh 10, at 7H o'clock la the uTeniae, at the National Academy rooma, in Tenth street, near Broadway, the celebrated gallery of pictures painted by Ferdinand Rlcbardt, Ksq , comprising scenes in Europe and America, taken from uatuie, including his great Tie ws of the Mammoth Cave of Kentucky and the Upper Mississippi. They can be examined. as above, two days and evenings previous to the sale, free. They will be absolutely sold without reserve, as he will shortly return to Europe to publish his great work ou American Beentry. Hen BY H. LKKD8 k CO. WILL GIVE THEIR PMRsoual attention to salsa of furniture as usual, at lha rest dances oI those about breaking op housekeeping or removing; also will hold weekly sales of furniture, *0., at their spacious Mlssrooata,? Hassan street, between Pine and Cedar streets. HKNRY H. LKKDS. AUCTIONEER.?SALESROOM ? Nant.au street?HENRY B. LEEDS A 00. will seU at auction, on Friday, llarch 11, at 11 o'clock, in our gallery, 23 Nassau tirct, Elegant engravings?J ust received from 1/ nlon In rich satin and rosewood frames unit pints glass, about ISO splendid en graying*. e'egantly framed, received direct from a well knows English publibiiiiig house, bting choice engraved subjects, from lie celebrated pictures by Landseer, lie Ting, Ooiilns, Wllkle, Ansdull, and others of equal ceiebrlty. Willi im Fl*k, William Lmmuioud, Charles Mlloiple, O. lUncoot, Kir Doe Hariarde, J. F. Herring. fir , Charles Tompkins, J. Lamont Brodle, J. Abaolom, anl others of equal merit. They will positively be hoM without reserve. They will be ready for exhlhlbltion as above, three days bufoie the s?le, with catalogue. JW HUNT, AUCTIONEER.?ASSIGNEE'S R*LR OK . household furniture, this day. Msrch at 10X o'clock, at the salesrooms No. C5 Nassau street, consisting in part ol' rosewood and mahogany parlor suits, bedstead*, bureaus, tablea, sofas, lounger, tete o teles, chairs, wardrobes, book cases, elegeres, sideboards, Ac. Also o.ik, rosewood, mahiwnny and enamelled chamber and dining room furniture, iiair mattreBses, palhasees, oil painting, china, glass and ill ver plated ware, cutlery, crockery, Ac. i'ale peremptory. Catalogues now ready, by order of tiBO. W. 8UHDTTK, Esq, A*sign*e. J P. MONTGOMERY, AUCTIONSER.-IW OAMU BOOTS, . slioesaut brogans, at auction, on Thursihj, March 10, at W)i o'clock, at the store of J. K. Davis A Co., 86 Ucuktuaa St. Fresh seasonable goods lor cltjr and country trade. MDOUOHTT, AUCTIONEER, WILL BELL ON THITRS . day, March 10, at 12o'clock, at the Merchants' Exchange, brick Ave story bouse and lot, 201 East Twullth street, hotis) 60 feet deep, lot 100*14 liet 4 Inches. Also rear house, 60 feet deep, 4 stories high, lot HI feet 6 Inches by 25 feet 3}? Indies wide. Also lease of lot 21H Kaat Thirteenth atreet, running through from the above, 7 years to run, with frame building thereon; ground rent $10 per annum, with privilege of buy inn forKBO. For particulars and maps inquire of the auctioneer, V9 Nhssau street. A large part of the purchase money oan remain. SHERIFF'S SALE.-CHAMBERS A FAIROHTLD, Auctioneers, store No. ill Nassau street, will sell on Tuesday, March IS, at 10o'clock, s large ande'.egant ass .rtmunt of wardrobes, theatrical and military properties and fancy dresses of all descriptions. .K) 11N KELLY, Sheriff. SHERIFF'S .RAUL?A. M. CRIST ALAR, AUCTIONEER, will sell, (.n Friday, Uth Inst., at lftji o'clouk at Ni. 23 Bowery, the baluice of st H'k of carpeting and oilcloth, removed from a wholesale store, remaining unsold, consi-itiuiJ of 16,000 yards of Ingrain, all wool velvet, Brussels, stale and floor caipetlrg, 72plec.es 4-1 and 08 pieces 0-4 floor and hall oilcloth, Ml pieces niatbDg, 24 dozen mats, window ah idea, Ac., by order of Jas. U. Ken set, l>epuiy Sheriff. Sale piel live, without reserve, to close the concern, aud well worthy ihe attention of dealers and housekeepers. WM. H. WRIGHT, AUCTIONEER-TBK 8 4.LE OF the tools ard machinery of the gold pen and peucll case manufactory. No. 2 Front atreet, Brooklyn, will poutlvely tike place on Wednesday, March V, at 11 o'clock A. M. By order of the executors of Thos. B. Cutter, deceased. WM. H. WEIGHT. AUCTIONEER, WILL SELL ON Thursday, March 10, at 10 o'clock A. M., at .163 Fulton street, Brooklyn, a large assortment of groceries ami dquors. preserves, pickles oils. Scotch ale, randies, elaret. shsrrj and madeira wlues, St. Cirolx ruin, whiskey, linker's bitters, mustard, glass cases, one lari;e iron sate (Ttiton A McFarland makers), three grocery wagons, one borne, harness, hay cutter, Ac. Terms cash. WII.LIAM ABBOTT, AUCTIONEER, WILL SELL Uiis day, st II o'clock, the stock and fixtures of thegro eery and liquor store, No 67 Thirtieth street, near Sixth ave ntte, cunsiallug of a good assortment of fresh groceries, walnut couuters, be?r pumiis; also, one horse, grocery wagon, spring cart and two sets of harness WILLIAM ABBOTT, AUCTIONEER, WILL SELL ON TT Thursday, loth mstsnt, at I0>4 o'clock, the stock and tlxtures of the grocery and liquor store, 60 Spring street, consist Cera, Deer pumps, scales, brooms. pa?ls, A,!. "* ' WPELL. A UOTIONRKR.?AUCTION flAI.K OF Ita!l.in marble mantels. 4c. ?PHL.1,8 A CO. will tall at auction, on Thursday, Man h 10, at 11 o'clock, at the marble factory of Mr. I'eier O'llara. Court street, near City I Fill, Brooklyn the entire stock of marble mantels, comprising itallar oi inary statuary, Hlenna, black and gold and Portugiuae marble*. embracing lioavlly moulded aud sculptured mtnlrla of intern detltns At 13 o'clock, on the nramUet, liit' aiookol marble, la slabs. consisting of riankllng ula.k and gold Italian marble, lt.\li.in ordinary, ve ncl and statuary: also polished marble. Terms ninety days, approved endorsed notes. Catalogues ready. WM WITTERS. AUCTION KB H, WILL RKLL THIS day, at 2 o'clock, at 154 Canal street, all the furniture, 4e., ol n gent'.emau C" r ~ t'> Furopp, comilaUng of p krlir suits, innoteland pier minora, center. alia antl extrmlnu tables; oil pjiitlugB. mantel orr.ajients; two tapestry carpi:U> fur parlir*, eight lor chambera. tMu ment, dinirg room; together with oak rhitira chma Klass. sll?er ware, Ac. ; sofas, sofa be Isteads, elu-lrs, bedatesds, hail mattresses, beds and bedding, .treating bureau*, v.'tsa stands, toilet ware,.wardrobes, stoves, kitchen ltrnltutc- Ac. pkusosaiALA0Y WfM.KK TO (II VE FOR APOPTION A BOY oi.i y>*; aud nine month- old. Call at (K) Kldge street, up stairs, bsi t ri oni, nil the week. ^ C.-WEI)NWDAY-?8. 4 \ ? VOt r. LRTTKR HAS BERN BEOBIVED; WRITE \J. again, stating when and w .ere an interview can be had. Kamo some other place. Address as before. 8. W. I!- TBI PHB80M TOO IOOK R. FRENCH S PRICED .1 catalogue of the Farker Horary from the auction r??m of I .rat lit A Co., ST9 Broadway, on "Saturday evening lost, will return It to the auctioneers, he will obllgn the owner. INFORMATION W\NTBD-OF WILLIAM KRIOdS. J. who left home Mm 1, 13f>9. Has black hair and whisker*, a deep ses.r at the c.j. ner of one eye, end small rings In hit ears; last seen In South street, on same day. Any Imormatlon eorcemtng him thankfully received ly hla family, 133 Hammond street, N. Y. "INFORMATION 18 WANTED OF C.KO, EVANS TRU8II, J who lelt England lu the year ISM cr 1835 to settle In New York or New Jersey. If living or dead. Information It wanted, and will be rcvardf d to any cm supplying the same to M. Teush, c3 Keade and 93 Churcj street. INFORMATION WANTRD-OF MART McFADDEN, 1 who left her home In West Seventeenth street, <n July, 1W56. She was then 10K years old, dark balr, blue eyes and atout built, with a small tear on her htad, seen where her hair parts, near the open of the head. Any Information of her will it. thmkf.rl. k.. k?. .1 t 'mli A itid Allen atreet, New KorlH JOHN I-OCKHART, FORMEPl.Y Or AT. CROIX, DANIKII Weit Indli-a, U MuMd to oimmunluato with hi* brother Frederick Lnckhart, of the auuie IsUnd, on matter* of importance. KN0CK1NQLAB9.-MAJ0P. KINH8MII.L PENNEPAther died at Perth on the Tth of May, lrtta. Write Immediately, In care of Rev. W. Linol, 3U lledfurd itreet (north), Liverpool. L0119 IS ON THE Qtl VIVE TO ASCRRTA1N WHO Have the t-ou'juet. M. N.-YOCRS IS RECEIVED. VTOTIC'E TO T11K KDCiEWORTH FAKILY.-IF AWrOF XI the, children of the late Richard Kdjeworth, late of Fnrt Valley, Houaton county, Oeorgla, ie!de?t ton of the lute Richard l?vell KdKHWorth, or K'ljfeworthatown, Ireland,) fire living, It la re<iu?iiied that they will amily by letter iuldre*ed to Me? >?. RU1XOOK A CROOK r.TT, SI Lincoln* Inn Field* I*oa<i>>n. Rillcllora, n or before the iMfi April neit., that tb lr ahare of 'ie esUfe of their 1 Ue aunt. Dame tlouora Meaiifnrt, nmy be paJd ever to them. N. 13.?Ornnd children nre not entitled. SHOULD W1 J.M AM McDOWELL, LaTKOFMILWACEIE, Ol.l'j, hare hh attention drawn to thle advertiaetnent, ho is earnestly teq'.eated to write to hi* mother aod altera la Ire laud, couuty Down, pariah of K t.JI>l?n((li. fl'ERF.fCE SMITH.-WFORXATIOJf WANTED OF TE J r-'i ee Hn.lth; he wan employed, three yeara ago. about tie Laiarae Iio'iin ?nd theatre oo Mercnr street. It he ta In New YoiK city let blm call at No C Amity xtreet, comer Mcr cer alreet. lie will hear of aomethlDi! to h's advantageU1 iiX mkT" rNDKKII iM , I'HK TKCTFRKR ON tub it L'r,i>?ry Home, eon,mnnicaie kit l'H ?tlon, with partleuUirt tu A. C., Iiui 1,,-,'Jl fiiat oil) re ' T\r A N! Kri-M)"()>iToN UK A M\UK OilT 1,0. "aS HO. "T norable American or (legman family who wlah to adopt at.d educate a child, of the n*K of three weelia, oan llpd It w ilt Ida mother, a young tiermuo widow, wbo*ii bus hand uletl in Caill'irola it few muutha itn'i, at 127 Kldrldge . treet, in the buai'iount. _ FUH.M ITTCRKT AT 631 BBOADWAY- ' Ol iAUK KNAMK.IJ.KO K1JBNIturn.?h ill* from fl'i an.I upwards, beautifully ornamented in *11 style* a,id colon; wardrobe*, m*ttree*Mi. aurlug bed#, Ae., At the old rsi?i.|t*. > rj m ana factory, &.ii llroaaway. nve dour* above Laura Keent/a theatre. Artlolea manufactured to order Mid packed for tie -ouutry. \ LOT OF fUH'KjI. Kl.'HFIITl.'RB FOB 8AI.K. AI'PI-T JY at No. * Wuihlnjflon pi*>:e (PaoiSo *1, above Power*), South Ilrooklju. PpKAWKIXKJ) CM A MBKR <tt ITS Of Kt'RWITL'KK. fN J all color* i\nd ?iylea, ?hnl?- ,] and retail, at prt'"? troin %J!< nod upward*. WAHItKN WAtil), J77 i;?uai atr<jct (old No. >), lour d'.'o ? ' ?" 1 ,j. fJIUBNITCBB liOlWHT FOB RKAT)V WON1Y.-A FAI* E value jrlvon In ready rn >u?\, for furniture, 1 arpete, book* Ae., Ae , at 1*1 HUH avenue, between Ninth and Tenth (beet* f|H>R HAIiR?1TT1K KNTfRK K[,KO\MT FtTBJCTTCRR OF ' a tbree atory hoirn up town, embracing Iian4t?u>e medal ion earpeta. r< tew'Hid an I mab Rany xulta, handaom* alaluv ry, otl 1 eintinu*. fan flitiir**, An., Ac , in fact everytulng neCfMMry lor hon?"tee|)li>K ooiupleta, miltable for a faintly da trout or ptirrhaalng lira' claan furniture, and wMch I* noarlf new. The above will l?- ?old only a* ? whole, and not divided, at a large reduction from IU eoal In f on*?qm n"i' of the owner rnuoviu* trgm the oty. A4JttM I'mtiiur#, UoraU oUUa. 'NESDAY, MARCH 9, 1BS9. DRT GOODS, AO. A T "P.?*.? tBw a T^AMrirojrM tamping to order executed lo the neatest and most ooHVwi manner; isilinl?U yoke* ot dUbrant kinds; also tar night <WM AVIW 8PBINO GARMENT. LADIES' C'HE3TKRPnfI.D BACKS. LADIES' SACKS UURNOUB. i In beautiful shades of nimmer oloth, Such aa modes, browns, ashes of roeea and bronze. Alas in the black sloth and black bearer, Especially adapted FOB IARLY SPRING WHAR also, Black velvet flounced msnilllaa. Plain and embroidered. And black silk burnous circulars, Now ready, at retail, ' At BPLPIN'S, Ml Broadway. A CARD. A. W. JACKSON, WO. 851 BBOADWAT, Respectfully calla the attention of purchasers of 1(00 RNIVG> GOODS to hit extensive spring importatiooa of dress goods, being the Unrest and moat desirable ever submitted for Inspection. The following are among the many tola reeeirod PHandme FIGURED FOULARDS, by the yard. JAPaNEUK SILKS, a new article, ver/ desirable. CI1KCK AND STRIPED SILKri in every variety. BLACK MALTKSK CLOT US, IK yard wide BLACK DELAINES and CHAIJAKH. without lustre. BLACK GRBNaDINES In every width aad quality. BLACK GBBNADINK BKRBGKS. very handsome. CKAI'K MAKKT7. and BIISHIRK CRAf'KH, new goods. Treble width bPANiSH CBAPRS, all wool, t* and t yard* wide, beautiful texture, never before see* in this market I Also some very choice English and French POPLINd, for travelling and house dresses, Ac., Ac., together with a moat beautiful stock of bonnets, mantillas, shawls Ac. Ladies will please observe the name and number. W. JACK WIN. Importer of Mourning Goods, No. 861 Broadway, between Spring and Prince streets. At retail. It is whispered to the million That TUCKKR'S BRIDAL APPOINTMENTS, Are perpetuL TUOKFR'S BRIDAL YKIL, la a pretty almple adornment. TOCKBR'B SPRING FLOWERS, Are gathering. TUCKEB'8 BUDS,at80 oeata per gross, Are buds of promise. His BOSKS are in full bloom. TUCKER'S mlsceilaueout stock for the toilet la exteaMvs, popular aad attractive. At No 361 Broadway, Two doors below Franklin street. AT !> PSKOEVAL'B, 6ST BROADWAY?ALL KIE1M of French embroidery to order, initials fur handkercfcleb, table linen ud bed elotbM, soolloplng, (ilk mbroldery, As ; transferring, lien dune up like new. Ladles' and oMUrsa's under garments always on hand and nude ts srder. Ankw artioi.k of dress,?old skeleton skirts (In Ave minute*) rendered superior to new.br (he Application of Woodward'* patent Columbian skirt attachment* which are worthy the Immediate stten'ion of ladles, and merchants generally. For ?ale at 385 Broadway. Black riles i black silks i W. JACKSON, NO. 861 BROADWAY, Baa Imported, and ii now offering at retail, the moet beautiful and desirable stock of MOURNINQ BLACK SILKS ever produced in thla market, embracing every make and width, from >l to SS par yard, and In prices we ohallenge competition. Call and examine. Observe, W. JACKSON, Importer of Mourning Oooda, 661 Broadway, between Spring and Prince itreete. MARD. O TREDWKI.L A CO., Clothiers, 120 Fulton street. ALLAN80N TREDWKLL, I S5. H. JARMAN, formerly with I formerly with Smith Brother*. | P. 0. llarnua A Co. DOIULAH A SHERWOOD'S rimi TOURNURE CORSET. Thla article combine* In one garment eon* of Supotot shape and Oidah and a bustle of perfect model, ensuring free ana healthful action to the luug* and comfortable lapport te the spine. It ha* been pronounced by all who hare -ecu It (among whom are several einlnect member* at the medical larulti) to be the only corset without an objeotiou, either artistic or phyiiologlaal. Ho lady can w*U do without tt. I). A 8. Mill manafsctnre their well know* EXPANSION SKJBT. Also, the eelebrated MATINEE SKIRT, which for eomfort and elegance I* unsurpassed, together wtth vim: sdvrnty other dlterent styles, all of which are for sale at all the principal stores in the United States sad Pan ads*. All articles of thair manufacture ABB STAMPED WIffl THEIR TEADE MARE. JIASHIONABLE SPRING DRESS bilks, In great variety. Also a full assortment of NEW STYLES FOULARDS, Low priced plaids and bayaderes. LORD A TAYLOR, Nob. 266, 257, 269 and 281 Orana street, and No*. 47 and 48 Catharine street JpAMILY AND HOTEL LINENS. Damasks, diapers, tablecloths, napkins, doylies, to welling, sheeting and shirting linens, pillow case linens. Russia diapers, crash, Ac.. Ac. MUCH BELOW USUAL PRICKS. LORD A TAYLOR. Nos, 2S5, 267. 299 and 281 Grand street, And Nos 47 and 49 Catharine street. IMPORTANT TO THE LADIES. x r.ugubd cd2u1b qhiiudeb. English chatle delaine*. Mew spring it; lei, la splendid color*, A115 cents per yard, worth 23 rant*. At 18 cenW per yard, worth 23 cents. Ten cue* will be opened thin morning. T. M. JAMhS, 1U2 Sixth aveuue, near Eighth street. INDIA RUBBER GLOVES Care chapped hand*. saltrheum, Ac.; protect the hand* in all kinds of woik, and render them soft, smooth and snowy white. Manufactured by Uoodyear'* Glove Company, No. So John street, up stairs. J^ADIKS' SI'BING DREtiS GOODS. Silk and wool crossover!, fancy and plaia delaine*, chalUet, popUnettea. tie bc^e-. vaientiaa, ch'jni and silk stripe bayadere*, Ac. Also Hnregr and tissue robe*, org.mdie?. bareges, prlutcd jaconete, French print*, Ac , Ac. IjORD A TAYLOR, Nob. 255. 257. 25!t and 2(11 Urand street, and No*. 47 and 49 Catharine street MILLER A GRANT, 703 BROADWAY, will offer r>n Monday, the 7th Inat., a large Importation o! tine French work banns at a diaxmnt of 50 per cent from regular v-lcrs. Alio a large lot of embroidered handkerchief* just received ironi eaction, at a great reduction. J^ANTILLAfl. BRODIF.'B SPRING MANTILLAH ARK NOW READY. The greatest display ever made to this country. WHOLESALE ItUYKKS FROM TUK SOUTH arc particularly invited. No. 300 Canal street, New York. J^OURNING GOODS. CONTINUATION OF THE GREAT 8ALB AT WEED'S MOURNING STORE. IngUsh print*, 8 cent* per ynrd. English jaconet*, 10 cent* per yard. French jaconet*, 25 cents per > aril. 911k tissues, 20 cent* per jard. P' >l'l silk*, at half prto*. Bombazine*, very cheap. Cashmere* and mei tno*, below eo*t Embroidered collars and siseres, at half arte*. Orenadtne robe*, $30; worth $90. Bonnet*, at 90 per cent reduction. Drees trimmings and ribbon*, at half pride. Cloak*, from $S to $?. N. 3.?This great sacrifice will be made in order It close thk bu8ine8b. WEED'S MOUBNINQ 8TOBI, 878 BROADWAY. Madame dodbet, <ot Broadway, oorneb or Fourth street, sod 961 Broadway, hM the honor to Inform her customers and tie public in general that ahe baa J oat received a large assortment of woreted, of the handaameat Hhiuicn, and uiat she will be able to snpply them with any quantity at wholesale and retail, at the lowes* possible prloea. NEW STORK. MANTILLAS, MANTILLAS. (J rand opening OfMantUlaa, On Tuesday, Mrb 8, AtSlTCaual street. Our stock is made expressly for the WHOLESALE TRADE, \\!ilill will he offered at prices each as to hold out great Induceuenta to cusb buyers, (.'all and examine. ABHQTT, rOLLOCK * COCITBANB. PKR RECKNT ARRIVALS, Bi.rliiK "llks, New dress Roods, KprliiR sllka, New dress f?Ofl<K burins silks, New dress goodf. O, Jt J. MOWHRaVb. 209 Orand street, corner Forsyth. CKIRT8.-TWKI.VB HPBIJtO HKFLRTON PKIKT8, self O .Kliuatln* hiifile, SI 31; 14 spring, SI 80, and 17 spring, 82, l'ealeissuppled with 9 spring r'<r SB por doien; 12 spring, til, and 1J spring tM. t.. IIAbPINO, 281 Pprlng street, noar Hudson. gTKLIA SflAWM, BROOKE H11A WU*. And ever; Tarltty ol faablnnablo iprlag (bawls, BILOW REUCI.AR rillCEH, IjORI> A TAYI/)R. No*. 2T>(, 2T?7, r.9 ami *11 Urand utrcnt. And No*. 17 and rj CaUiarlnfl itroct (JinitTS AND OOIXABR. lO (Jentlempn wishing a ?ood and olTont shirt ahoulil call if. 7H l:ro;ulwny, iindor thf- 'N"W \ ork llntnl. Th*?f* ahl'M a>f superior to any othor iihlrt made In tldi city. All made by hand. 1 hey urn Warrnnied to fll. Order* will bo yunctuaJly attended to and rttadv at tho ahorteit uotlca. JJTHOLKTEKY GOODS, LACE CURTAINS, DRAPKRIF.S, DAMASKS, MOHFBNS, (IILT OORNIOPjC WINDOW HIIADW, BANDS, TAtSKLS, LOOI'S. HRACKKTS AND FIXTURES of every demrlyllon. FULL ASSORTMENT?CirKAP. I/ORD A TATTER, No*. 26ft, 267, UM and Ml Grand ?tr??l. 1QC(i MAlTTIlJ.AB AT WHOI.C'At.H, 1M~~ iOUU< Inr Southern and VtfaU ir lr<ula. In Alitg4Qi aew rult rB?.NCH I.A(?K POINTH, fUKNCH LACK TAl.MAfl, VEIN< H LAO* OIH(TTTI<ARB, JM.AIH MliK rlKDni.AKA, Hi l(K ANI> NKT M \ NT I hi, AH. ChOTI) ClfKHI KKKIH.im A/?l> HAtlK*. Th? moat vatfad Mock in the elly, ni raudaiMa prtoaa find food AT OKO. BlhjPIN'R. rWll OklwofG ThgmpwB'l Ml Tailor'* Halagat.) DRY POOPg. dtC. j WKIBKXR BftOTilBKH ? a*D W O0ANC MHMHM hare removed burn 23 John ?lr?et to the More M Alfl) 91 DU ?NK HTBB8T, (two dour* weal of Bruadwar), Where they have opened a large and well Minded afcxjfc at BPttrNO Mllo-INKRY <iOODU. OomprWa| rlbtvoe and allki, VreMh and American flower*. Blonde lace* and rwnhee Htraw (ooda he , M., Which IkeT offer at the loweat prloee, and to which ne, no oall the altentlou of the trade, Auotfou (ale* ref ularly attend ed?. __ WKT GOODS.?CAMBRICS, MUBUHH, JAOOUKTS, liueo pocket Iwndkerihifto, ailka (lightly dama^'d. delaine*, qulila, gingham*, table diaper*, datniuka, towtJUeg, Drnafi, calicoes, AO., Ac., ana a general inuruirauk w ? j jgoda^fnr aalecbe&f foreaah, by WM. MATUKVVS, 51 Caihay ABD WIDE ENULISH PRINTS. Entirely n? waprlng deaUna, in great variety. At 12>?. 15.16,18, 'Jb uud as oeata per yard. LORD * TAYLOR, Mo*. 284. 267. 2A9 and 261 Orand street, and Noa. 47 and 49 Catharine street 8PK1MB FASHIONS. A CARD.?TO SOUTHERN AND WESTERN BUYERS. Far la pattern bounotet also, a large aaaortmeut of boine inaaafacture, are now ready for the wbeleaale traile, at Ua lowest ponalble eaah pncea, at Mis. LAZARUS ISAACS', MX PlTlaloa street. 1 FINH DISPLAY OP MILLINERY GOODS, 96 DUANE STREET. NEW 8PBINU STYLES. BONNET RIBBONS FOB CASH, 25 p?r cent leas than credit prio<s. TBIMMING BIMIONS FOB CASE, 26 per cent lets than credit prioes. DRESS TRIMMINGS FOR CASH, 26 per cent leia than credit pricea. BONNET SHAPES POB CASH. BONNET SILKS F*OB~CASH. STRAW GOODS FOR CASH. BLOND LAOE8 FOB CASH. * EMBROIDERIES FOR CASH. WU1TK QOODS, HOSIER V AM) KID GLOVES FOB CASH. Milliners and fancy dry gooda dealers, city and oountrr WILL 8AYE"?~PER CENT Bt PUBCHASING FOB CASH. CA1L AND SEE BEPOBE BUYING. 0. H. BAYMOND A 00., 96 DUANE 'STREET, three doors west from 13 road way. a T WHOLESALE, Jk. PAHIB FLOWERS. Coiffures and bridal wreaths, from reliable manufacture*, that supply , The Imperial courts of Europe. JAMBS TUCKER, No. 361 Broadway, Next door to Thompson's. A RTIFICIAL FLOWERS, A. Target wreaths, Ball and bridal wreaU* bead dresnea and boaqneta A fall and general assortment of every description of Freuo* and American mods. Jobbers and milliners are Invited to call and examine at PRICE'S Artificial Flower Manufactory, 14 Divlaloa street FRENCH BONNETS.?MADAME HARRIS A 80N, 671 broad way. have just received, per steamer, a large asuott. mentof Paris pattern bonnets, for the Southern and Westers trade, whtch they will offer very low for cash. Leghorn, btraw and millinery establishineut, Mrs. MEIN, No. 11 Leroy place, Bleecker street, between Mercer ami Greene, Bega loave 10 Inform the. merchants and ladies th'U elin will make and do up leghorn and straw bounets in tho ino.-tfasbionable styles. Milunert.-rich pattern bonnets, from paris, received per City of Baltimore, combined with those of our own manufacture. Southern and Western buyers will And It much to their advantage to visit my show rjoms. MRS. RALLINUS. S18 (old N?67) Oanal street. PARIS M1LLINKR*.-LATEST FASHIONS AND shapes of ladles' hats now resolved, in every novelty of style, to which the attention of the sity, Southern and West ern customers is solloited. Also, pattern hats for milliners. Mrs. 8. P. LOVKTT, agent, No. Sift Broadway, New Stork, up stairs. TILMAN S ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS. 712 BROADWAY, NEW YORK, The most important and renowned firm in Puris and New York far the finest artificial dowers, headdresses, Ac., at wholesale. ?n8CEIiLAWEOll8. American tube works?forty-fifth street, west of TeDth avenue, New York.?Welded iron pipe fcu steam, water and gas constantly on band, all sizes, from r,'th to 3 inches, made oi the best iron and proved ana warranted 300,000 reel?the largest assortment in the city?at the lowest wholesale prices. Tuere colls lor blast lurnaces. and every description of healing colli, made to order In the best manner and particular attention paid to all kinds ol ste im Itealini; and lilting. VV'M. G. 8M11II ic CO. AN IN8TANTANEOU8 HAIR DYE?THE CHEAPEST and best in lb* world?S shillings a box, or tiirm boiej torU. GEORGE'S LIQUID HAIR DYE, Blaok or brown. Gray, red or tlajeu hair can be dyed in a fan minutes to a BEAUTIFUL BLACK OR BROWN, Producing, the moment it la applied, a rich, natural appear ance, which cannot be discovered. WHISKERS AND MOUSTACHES Dyed Immediately it Is applied. It will not Injure the glo*< of tie most deUsaie ha! , ana will never fade or wash out. He member, ihe or ice Is only 3s. a box, or 3 boxes for 91. F,"eh boa warranted to eonlaln as much "hair dye" as any sold tot m bacii. fold by hJI amggtsts. Wholesale and ret'ili eJ cJOOTT'H drug atoro, 306 Grand strew; In Brooklyn by Mrs. Hayei, 176 Fn'tnn street; Wlllljunsbarg, by Ltyinin>ton, "(I Ursnd street; Philadelphia, by 'Jallander A Co., Third and Walnut streets. BE NOT DECEIVED.?NO OTHER PKIISONS IJ AVR A light to Infuse medicines into the tobacco leaf for amoklnj purposes, and all such are baso deceptions. The genuine raa dlcaled segars for sale at the principal druggist*. DOCTOR THOMAS TfTORP. FjlOO HIONAl.fi.?TO THOU INTBBBSTBD j? THI ' great necetsiiy of pro\ Mine signals for the safety ofnhl|ii in fogs ( ! sea, 1 would be glad 10 exnlblt an alarm 1 Imv.) in venU-d, end for which I have a patent, that will prive lulinlte 1} superior to anything that baa ever been employed for thli purpose. I maj''be seen or aiMresajd for further partloulan at 33ft Broadway, rooms 88 and 40. l.EON LEMKN HEBOH. Gas burners. The subscriber continues to manufacture all kinds ol gai burners for the trade. IMPROVKD CYLINDER BURNERS. | Imported lura and Scotch tip burners and burner plyers al I ways on hand. Also, I. O. ARNOLD. 447 llroome street, two doors wst of Broadway, New York. IVES' PATENT SLEEVE BUTTONS AND SHIRT STUDS. also CDFF AND COLLAR PINS OP FINE GOLD. They require no b jUou hole. Sold wholesale vnd retail by JOHN H. OIFFIN. Manufacturer of OOLD AND SILVER WAT''H CASES, No. 6? Veacy street, ?. V. I BON BF.DSTKADS, iron nAT raCKS. IRON 8TORF ato^la. Stools put up in store* free of oharge. GVoul.ri sent on request. Liberal term* to tho trade. JAMES SOOTT, 167 Centre street, corner of OanaL Lard, mkss pork, *r. VAN BRUNT * WATROUS, Pork packers, 200 (;h?mb?rs street, Olfcr to tbe trade, at the lowest prices for eas'u, mrts pork, moked ,aeata, lard, 4c. Dealers will Oud it to their interest u give us a call. Laub AniM/i nnn ranruHALni; rArftM- in uubir liver colon or nlain, for weddings, valentines. invita'i -ms ball*, Ac , Ac. M. ('ARTY, original die and tool mtki r for the above celebrated papers, In Farlu and London, rcsr of No. I Marion street, near Broome, Now Yerk. RHKTTMATTO mbbooatioifrnm invalitaki.* artitle for KhenmaMim, Sprataa. bi lisee, kr , afl., la laU at 1X1 Third svsnse. to oenta a bottle. Smokkd xiatr. TAX BRUNT A WATR0C8, FORK. PACa KM, No. 100 Chambers street, Offer to the trade a Una lot of new carol smoknd m?%u beiildorn and baeon, of trery superior quality. Oer'ers are nvlted to ealL SOYKR'8 Hrr.TA.VA SAUCE. NOTTCK. Alio, This wonderfully stimulating BOYrit 8 f!EMan, and appetising sauce. wb) -h is BOYKR'H AROMATIC MURnow In micb universal dc 'f AKI> andSOYtK'iJ FAUCH mend, and which him in,vie It- BL'OCGLKnl rC. self *0 great a favorite with Wholesale at en's, the lovcrsof good thing*, may OARDNKR O. YVKIiIN, row be purchased of ail deal- Fulton xtreet New Tort. and Hia in groceries, Ac, through- MR AY A HIYR1, out the Uultod HUtew. Oornhlll. Boston. CICOK8K A BLACKW 1C1.I, London, Kugiand. Tf> RBACTIIY Tn* COMPLEXION WITHOUT IV jnry tothe ?iln.-Indies shouldme. Mine. LtWVIf URRO'fl 1'sstlllesde Florence, recommended by .1. R. i hhu.ii M ()., andoilier most reepMtable pbysirlaria of thla city, t.ontrary to all other application*, tbli u lien used In wiuhed olT ,i? soap, Imparting n be^jlttftii and healthy liuo to tho mmpleiloa, d? dpntlDg redness, plmrles, freckles, rallowneis, A . T'>r ?*l? fit the principal depots, H10 .mil .WO I!..i*.lway, 107 Bowery, and by all tho principal druggists and fancy gO'xU dealers In thla and neighboring rioa*. tn Newark, N.J, at Ulmau A Klslg's, 188 Broad street. 11RUFFLKR?ANY FKR80N IIAVINO TRUFFLK8 TO dispose of can And a customer by addressing or calling <m 11. Mxllfard, 6il Broadway. rSMOKKRH.?THK MRDICATKD RRllARH ARB A good substitute for the ordinary segar, the pulsations principle of the tobncco having ' een romoved, nlwi idMmM smoking tobacco. Invented ry I'rotesaor U H. Linen, ,\t. I>, W. M. CR1TTKNTON, Ucueral AAsnt, Hi llrimdway. WE ijiivr. IU unim mill IUU uu in WAI/1 utreet and nay Uie regular rate* for paper.?/U 44 Bei'k m&n ?treat we oil Ui? A 1 gilt edge, and every variety of ruled hill heada, fpatont headed und eotnmon bill cape, note* and letter* and all oilier ruled p#por?, at a grmt i nduction from regular rates. OAHHON A HARD, Paper dealer*, 44 Heekman street. j/W\ liniiN. EXTRA HALIFAX HERRINGS, 100 BBI.S. OU< " birga Labrador herring*, 200 bid*. eitra No. I m/ioke rel, 200 blila. new plokled cod tub, haddock, bluellah nod nit rnon; 160 quintain large dry i oilliab, 400 boxen eitraamoked herrtrga, ZOO aai'ka Athlon aalt, 300 flrklna, VVahh, tube und ba'l tuba, rbolec latilo buttiT, 500 boxca rxlra mil l and rub cMMA, alao lard, mesa pork, amoked bnnia, nhnihu rf und beef, aold In quantities to r >!' yr, m und deilerg a) the I'lWHt cash prfoe*, by A I.I. . < h ROKK, 1J2N Waahlnifton ?<s*< t. CO^b. flOAk VARU, CORNER TlIIRTTRtW HI) I ', . V > ai.il Lexington avenue. Red a*b grata, whtt* Hah furna<.i Mia latiac al/.c, very belt quality for aila In '|oantH<ea Wi 'It, 1UUN UVtCtt, Agiiut. I gHII'l'lHO. STRAW T? LIWRPOOI U>NDUM. OI.ASOOW Uu, BxltMt aud I?oJoudarry, arid all Ota ptlnHpi of fcoglanu and Ireland, carry in* the U uiied tHatae t? Llveri,.Kit, wltboat delay, at Kr.-Uly reduoed rataa T Tarpiiul, New York aud l?hlCu1'li'hia rtuwmahlp (lorn, Clyde fculJt Iran aoraar ila?wAI?? ?n Mended MJWtow*:- * ntoa utw tor*. | CITY Or BALTIMORE fWnrdar, Mar, Saturday, Mai Aud every alternate Saturday. ; At U o'clock, nuoa, from pier Mo. UK.E. > kates or rAIISAbB. ' Okbta, from Maw Yorkand Philadelphia i WUrdeUaa. from New Turk to any of the abo?o oauiw ^etnrn Ucketii araltable few iiii mmtiia, 940. fuwi forwarded to llavra. Parta, Hamburg, Mruaau, Aatwara I kll parte of the (Vmttaent without delay ntnio*.?rnese nMmen un prormes win enrr bh to Hart the Immediate extluruoo of firs, and the ?trl?M alp Hue Is enforced with regard to the use of light*. For I m passage apply at the offloe of the company. JOHN A. DaLK, 16 Broadway. New York, Aj In Urerpool to WH. IXMAK, tower iWdioga rnUK VANDBBBILT K17B0PK AN LIBS OF UK JL Male* mall atemoahlpi will sail From Near To* far BonUtampton ud 9 VANDERRILT, Captain P. K. IWerre.. .Saturday, Apt NORTH stab, Captain a. O. Junes Haiursar, If Proa Havre aUl Southampton for New x VANPKRWT/r, Oapt. P. R Leferre Wednesday, Ri NORTH bTAK. Captain A. U. Jones Wednesday, W Those Ktraoialilpa have water light compartment*. Carry able surgeons. ' No ateerag* paaaeiuers. I'rloe ol pasaagu?First cabin lid and SI00. Second cabin MO and SAO. Specie delivered In Loudon and Paris. I?. TOBKANCK, No. 6 Howling Oreon, B The nobth qkrman lloyd's rail htkam, BRRBRN, H. Wsuil. Comma nusr, Carrying the united States UsB, will sail posHirely on 8ATUK1) AT, RAROH M, at 1J R, for Bremen via Southampton, taking passengers for Harrs. Southampton and Bremen, at the following ratesfl^^H Klrst cabin Second cabin. B^^H Steerage Far frotght or aaassge Apnly to UKLMJKK, KECTUEN A BBICBBLL, 81 llroaltr^M rir BRITTBW ABO NORTH ARKRICAN BOTAL 1 KTKAM8HIPS. 'IH rROH NEW TORK TO IIVIRCOOL. Chief cabin passage ? Keoood oabia passage J TKOM BOSTON TO LIVKBrOOL. ? Chief cablu nasaage \ Peoond cabin passage J Ttw ships from Boston call at Halifax. FKRSI A, Capt. Juokins. I CANADA, Capt. Lang 1 ARAHIA, Capl. J. Stone. | A UUKU'A, Capt Mllfar. I A HI A CapL K. O. 1 oil NIAUAitA, Cant AnderJ AFRICA, Capt.Shannon. | ECTROPA, Cap!. J. Leltcil These teasels cany a clear white light at maatha&d; gre; atarboajd bow; red on port bow. AFRICA, hhannon, leaven New York, Wednesday Marrt CANADA, Lang, " Boston, Wednesday. Mare# KUROPa. Lelteb, " Now Yort Wedwsday, Marcl AR AlltA, Stone, " Boston, Wednesday, M.irci ASIA. l.ott, " Now York, Wednesday, Mar.-lJ AMKRICA, Millar. " Boston, . Wedneslay, Aon' PhKPI A. Julklns, " New YorlC, Wedne* lay, April CANADA, I<nng, " Boston, Wednesday, April' Bertha not secured until paid for. A n expeiieneed surgeon on board. The ownera of these ships will not be accountable for j <" silver, bullion, specie. jewelry, precioua utori'W or metal* lees bilik of lacing are slxned therefor and the value till there* expressed. For freight or passats apply to K. CON Alt 1), No. ? Bawling Qrtcfc FOR SOUTHAMPTON AND HAVRE ?THE U.YItj states mall steamship AHAOO. D. Unes. commtu" will leave for Havre, touching at Southampton to land the ii and passengers, on Saturday, April 2, at 12 o'clock, frou: No 37 North river, foot of Beach atreet. Thla ship h it ' water-tight compartments, enclosing the engine*, so that :n event oi| collision orBtrandlng, the water could not,re* h :h and the pumps being tree to work, the safety of Ihe vess?l passengers would be s-cured Baggage not wanted dji the vovage should be sent on board the diy before h*i marked ''Below." For freight or paastge apply to W. DRAYTON, agent. No. 7 Broadway, N. B.?The steamship Fulton will succeed the Aragc, sail April 30. Steam to olapoow, mvrrpool. Belfast, di til) and Loudon terry, without delay, for $30 lt^rtrt tickets, to either o tbo above place*, good for nil munthi any sieamer of the line, WO. (JLASUOW, Capt. Thomson Haturday, March 19, l< KDINlfL'R'J, Capt. Cumwing Wednesday, April 13.11 Rates of paiwage?CafcLn, 175; third clau, faitud with coo provisions $30. For freight or passage apply to itOBISRT CRAM, IT Broadwa Steam to ijvbrpool, London, olasoow, i nil parts of Ireland, lor $30.?The steamship CITY BALTIMORE, carrying the United States malls, sails Sil day, March 12. Passage in cabin$7S; third clan/ $10. Fori sage apply to W. J. CURTIS A CO., 177 Broailwaj IilOR LIVERPOOL?OLD BLACK STAR LINR.-T uacket ship JOHN BRIGHT, Capt Cutting, hau'a iHo stream tbla forenoon, and goes to S"? to morrow morning. I psssage apply to WILLIAMS A UUION, 10 Fulton stree YilOR IjOXDON?SHIP ASHBTTRTfW S AU.B V ? nnir; r from pier 21) East river. The second cahln In handsome staterooms; fare SIC an! found. Passenger? hroo^H out from I-ondou or Liverpool at low rates. Apply to TUi^H C. MOCUK, 88 Kouth stret RRAT UNITED BtATBS MAIL BOnTHIKirHVK^H hip Una for Havana and Key West, Fla., via km, B. O ?The splendid sod favorite steamship I*)AI!>^H Capl Wm. Rollins, will leave Charleston lor Key W?at i^H Bavar>a on the 4th and 10th of each month. The Uharles^H [ steamshl.'t will leavethla port for Charleston every WitOn^H day and Saturday, at S o'olook P. M? from pl?r No. i No^H river, nonnesting with the ISABBL for lie above paa^H Thrcgh feketa may bo bad no application to lUrOFFOfcl). TILfeftON A CO., ? Bruafway^J ("IOLKMAN'8 CALIFORNIA LINK FOR SAN FRA^| J cIsco?Hailing regularly on advertised dsys.?The bratad A 1 extreme ollpper *h1p DAVID OBOCKFTT, Sp^H eer, eomniander. la now rapidly loading at pier It Rant rh-^H Jbot of Wall street. Thla well kn' * i and favorite vessul made the passage to Man Fransl-w- In llSdavs. and nj nlM^H by all to beoneoflhe ?'ii t allow. Ahe hu alws^H delivered bar cargoes In perfect j. rtsr; bavins superior v^H Illations, and being a three deck ship, olTsrs induce ncnls^B shippers over anv other vessel now loading. Rhn Insures ; lowest rates,and will be duspntched on or before her adv^H Heed day. For balance of freight apply to WM. T. OOL^H MAN A CO., H8 Wall street. Agi nts lu Ran Francises, Mi-ss^H ! WM. T. CO I. KM AN A CO. Eichange on Ran Frannlino^H ale, la sums to suit Limited ad va noes malum stupon <ts|H 1 approved merchandise. ff HE NEW LINF. 9 ; 1 FOB 8\M FRANOIROO, CALIFORNIA. URKftT REDUCTION OF FAllK. The staamship NOKTI1KRN LIGHT, Uapl. TlnklephnpH will leave New York, from pier No. S North river, Thiir*d?^| March 10, at 2 o'clock P. M., connecting, via Panama Ball -o? H L with the sUwmsliip Orl/.ul a. on the Pselflo oeean. F">." p: ' sage or fr-lgbt ihavlnjj ry for 101 '.ma of the latter) apu H ' at'he only oUce of the line. No. 6 Bowling Green, basemui V. B. ALLIN. Agent, M. B.?All persons arc forbid trusting any one on aoooiiat 5 |he above ships or owners. _ NKW YORK AND NKW ORLEANS STKtfcMHll Company.?For Havana and New Orleans ?To sill IB Saturday, March 12, 18S9, nil 2 o'clock, tbn United Sb'?s ,u II steamer OAHAWBA, <1. 1>. Bulloch, commander. WlilcoifH mence to receive freight ou W elnenday. Marcfy, 1859, at ;>i f,wit of Hnhtm.on street. North river. Nn l,ll!? af Inrftiti? dtvnhe bour of saiUKK. Kor freight or passage appL to t? agents LI VINOPTON, OBOOIIERON A CO., No. 1 Park place UBTBAUA PIOFBTH" US K, RSTATuHUlTirLHM,~ Carrylngtbe United States mails. A1 clipper ship BREWST9R, Clark sommsndrtf, at pin I Kast rtvrr, wl'l nail for Melboiirnepuuttnally on fib Mf<.r~>t. I A 1 clipper stuuOCKAN ROVtK, Plckwrtng eomnm n.i at pier No. 6 Eaet river, will aall fur RrJoey 2utn March A 1 flipper ?Mp OONTINKNT.Oibbs cotcmaiuler, will a>; csedthe Brswster and aall In all March. Tat freight or puufe apply to R.V. CAMERON, No. 8 Bowling flr*m. Fl^btbllUfbr sale and liberal casta advances mace on <-<.! ;;"ameuts, Consigns** la Australia Messrs. Wilkinson, Bn ; *00. a rpTRAlilA PIONEER LINK. 1 A Shippers per BRF.W8IK11 are requested to hand hills of lading for signature aud clear Uielr good* at th? Ouek Hor.se this day. R. W. CAMERON, No. 8 Bowling tlreen. j OK NASSAU, N. P., AND HAVANA.?THK ItRI TU and North American royal mailnteamnhlp KAKNAK.IV i A. Brownies*, will sail from the company's wharf, at Jer? City, for U><< above ports after the arrival of tho steamship Pr sla (which leaves I.lvcrpool March 19), probably Slat March. , Passage money to Nasnati .. } IX?. do. to Havana ' Do. <lo. between Nassau aud Havana. I I For freight or passage apply to K. < US A RD, No. 4 Bowling (Ircnn. NICW ORLEANS, " MOHILK, MONTGOMERY, ATLANTA, AI.BAN V, COLUMBIA, MACON, AUOUBfA, And various plarea In FLORIDA, via savannah, da. The favoritesteamship ALABAMA, Ca9t. (leo. L. Bchcnck, w leave on Wednesday, March B, at 3 P.M., from plar Ifn. North river. Tickets can be hail for the following placis, lr? , as low as by any other stc.uner from New York to isa\ sum accommodations superior. Now Vork to New Orleans, $.19 "S; Mobile. $3fi. Monte mery, Ala., $26: Atlanta, <ia.,$23; Albany, Ua.,$2<; Culm bun. On . $l't; Macon, (la.. $21: Angurla. $?l; Savannah, $15. i The Florida, Capt. J. Crowell, succceds on Saturday, M ir 12. at 11*. M. fcnr fr.t.ht Of ?r,?t? In ^ 1 *' YAJMKLU MITCHELL A SOJf, ' U HeadwayA J FOR TUK J SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST VI* OTTARLKSTOW. P. O. Feml weekly United St.nie? Mull Hide Wbesl Shcimnbiii T.iu Tbe nlendld ateamalilp MAIIION, w J. Foster . mn.an er, wlil commence ree'vviog Monday mnruli,,', (u leave for i.harleaton on Wedneiilny, Mnrrli <1, at .'I o'clock | )i. precisely, from pier No. * N. H. Tlu- man tickru to ti follow In* place*:? To Motdie 9.T5 To Atlanta, Oa j To New Orleans 939 60 To Columbia H. ( ; To Montgomery, Ala <M To .Inekn >nvilli-, I-11 To Aogukt*. O* 91 To I'llaua, Kla ' For freight or pacan^c api>iy to BroFtuM), "i li.r.yi'uM OO., '49 Broadway. Notice. The ak"tit? of thl* Moo recent thlpperftn lake ? lice tliftl Ih.' Wednesday tripa are bow resumed ami that I ?<?amer will leave for ibe above porii every Wfdneula* an haturday. Bior havabnaiFanTThxjk oa. -thi amkkk a; Atlantic S( re * htcvndill( (.oinitony h new aul oieuai ( steamship MONTOO M F! H Y, p. Orix-kor commander. w leave pier 12 Nortii river on HaturdAy, Ma>i h 11, at 3 o'eloek I 1 M. l'naango to havannah, ?IUj nnsuronaaed acconiin.nlatlollj; through ticket* W New Orleans, 9.W76; Mobile 9ta Mon gonicry, 926; Albany, (. $24, Atlanta. ?2.t, Columbus, 9i Miwon, 921; Augusta, 920; nine to principal places in Florid , lit loweat ratra Steamer* leaving Hav<nn?b on Monday, We? nea<:ay iu,d Kilday morning*. I rolabt lOeenti per foot, an I proportlroalc rates. Insurance one naif per rent. Apply t' t II. It. CKOMWKl.1,4 . ?. , sti Weal street. The UURTKVILL UCCMdf on Saturday, Mai cli 19. tw> NORFOLK. oiTT point AmiHimmioirir r Th? Unltad AlnU* malt ?*un?hip ROANOKH. t'att. Tbw Hltlnrier, will l?a*(> on W?dni>iNl*y, 9tti I rut. at f o'oloo P. M.. from pier JTo IV North mxr. Hhn will arrt?? at *? j folk tha n<nt * rumour, and nt City Point th? following mnr> ; lug. l'aaaKTMrra from Uift llonth will proooml bj t?? x?* Southern mill Mne. Tfcnw for Hlrhmnn'l will arrW* tlmro o. Frldaylrooming. Tr*r?llrni will And thin oh?p"?t p!-J , ?ant?M and moat upadi'.ioim rout*. I'iiwup nud ' wo, v* ?Ut"room, to Norfolk, fx- to Pptretfcnrgana Klrhmoud, tH, Apply to i.rm am a hrimick in, b iwrtwf. SAtXIVORK. WAFMTN'llOM~A ?if T M K* WI**' Tiff atiomtn of the Kaw Tort ami BalMnor* Btwawabiy l*j| r? plw 11 Mortl. ri vmr dally, making tfe* P*?"*9* ? ,l1ri krror* Freight to Haitiannra, (fmli pnr foot; to Waaiiingtut Hi f'wit, and proportional* raw* tor through ralf lo U>? WW, aovxrlai tnaurano* rtak, apply atll*. lia)?lnio? ai d Waakliiqtxi kJlrnad (Vmtaany'i " 1"' , ?r<i*d?,n 4?tiri? , V uauMwiu. *ou., at *?* ?* *.