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THE NEW YORK HERALD.
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WHOLE NO. 11,530. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1868.-TRIPLE SHEET. PRICE FOUR CENTS.
PERSONA!,,
ANY PERSON WHO CAN GIVE information of
Edward, John and James $r-ulth, wbo resided la New
York cliy in 1&>4 and 1855, will pjeaae addrew and oblige
Lawrence biintb, "id Oak, t&U'.tte county, Xexab.
Am- LP k8IAT,l0N,/-rrJY SENDING YOUR ADDRESS
. to S. B. F., Herald 0/]Ce you will bear something It
(be advantage of yourself C.
BEAUTE-WILL THF, YOINO LADY WHO ON MONDAY
aiternoen recngtr 110(j one Qf the two gentlemen the
Ked on 1-ortletb street and Seventh avenue confer a flavor
ranting an Interv lew? Address W. Bell, station G.
DELMONICO'S, MONDAY EVENING, BETWEEN 11
and 12 o'clo< k.-Turbin hat block neil to tbe door, to
gentlemen down, the room. Send address to L. B. C , Herald
ollice.
TjlNGLISH t,ADY, SIXTH AVENUE CAR.?WILL THE
A J lady wiv' A whom an acquaintance was formed about
four o clock Monday afternoon, and left the oar at Seven
teenth ?tr?V favor the person by informing htm where a
note will re/ .ch her? Address J. F., New York FVist ollice.
TNFoiu^aTION WANTED-OF the whereabouts
1 of Jakp u ami James Myhan, natives of Ballinakill,
county, Freland, who were never bear * from since they came
?o this country. Any information will be tbankfull* and
kindly.vcceived ?>y their affectionate ami loving sister, Maria
Myhii, at 255 West Twellth street, New York. 01nci*aatl,
Philadelphia and Connecticut papers please copy.
Ir KM MA B. DESIRES TO PEE C. H. FISHER, WHY
does she uot write to address, New York Post offioe ?
yoSIE, T 'f.?RECEIVED YOt R letter AT THE
W Monongahela House; you did uot give your address;
Write again. BIRDIE.
*fOHN V. CLARKE, ESQ., WILL HEAR OF SOME
*1 thing that affect* his interests by calling on G. W. Ma
boney 111 the City Comptroller's ollice.
STETSON.?SATl RDAV, MAUCII 28, WEATHER PER
milling. irene.
rpHE YOUNG lady WITH BEAUTIFUL BLACK
1 eyes would oblige the gei.tieroan whom she noticed com
ing from lii.'itli street to Twenty-seventh street, Fourth ave
nue, yesterday forenoon, by se'adinc her address or granting
an interview. Address Oberon, station K.
The partY who offered reward last week
foe diamond earrings, c.. may obtain them on proving
property and paying expenses, by applying to T. F. Harwood,
Eighth avenue an i El jhty-l:ltn street.
W ILL MR. HUMPLIS PLEASE CALL AT 1*3 WEST
T? Fourteenth, street, or hii friend Mr. \lbert Buckley, as
a party wishes to see him as soon as possible?
OQD STR1ET STAGE, T' ESDAY AFTERNOON, ?LADY
wilbblack silk dress, sacuus, yeilowr gloves and curls,
please address Harry, box 213 Herald ottlee, and appoint In
8PBCIAL NOTICES.
Augustus taker a brother,
Importers and wholesale dealers In
Italian and American Marbles,
STEAM MARBLE WORKS, 713 Water street, New York.
Apply early.?storage for furniture,
trunks, ba;gage or oilier property. Fine and dry sepa
rate Rooms any size. Goods taken up on elevators.
? HAI.'GKK, SOU Thirty-fourth street, near Eighth avenue.
Ashland hoi se, arch street, above seventh,
Philadelphia, is now open on the European i>lan;lirst
class accommodations at reasonable rates. Travellers, take
notice. A. F. BELCHER, Proprietor.
Any responsible gentleman with a little
money to invest, with or without his services, can hear
of a rare business opportunity hv applying immediately at
the American Literary Bureau, lb'2 Nassau street.
THE OFFICERS OF THE SIXTV-NINTH REGIMENT
N. Y. S. M. will assemble in uniform, without arms, at
No. 1 Barclay street, on Thursday, the 21th Inst., at 8 o'clock
A. M., to attend the funeral of the lat Colonel George W.
Cartwrieht, of the Twenty-eighth Massachusetts volunteers,
Irish Rrkade. By order JAMES CAVANA'lH,
P. IlAltd 'US, Adjutant. Colonel Commanding Regiment.
THE MEMBERS OF THE IRISH BRIGADE OFFICERS
Club are requested to meet in civilian's dress at No. 1
Barclay street, at 8 o'c lock A. M., on Thursday, Srtth Inst., for
the purpose of ntt ndin ? the funeral of our late companion In
trms, Colonel George W. Cartwrlght, Twenty-eighth Massa
shusetts volunteer, Irish Brigade.
JOHN WHITEHEAD BYRON, President.
YACIITH, MTEAiUHOATS, Ac.
For sale-thenew yacht bappho; length on
deck, 125 feet; beam, 28 feet 7 Inches; depth of hold, 11
feet; SlU tons old measurement. For beauty of model and
jeneral equipments is!not excelled, and, judging by her per
formance at Newport last summer, is believed to be the fastest
Ccht in this country; will be sold low and on easy terms; can
seen at our yard, foot of BrIJge street, Brooklyn. Apply
io C. A R. POILLON'S, 22< South street.
SCREW YACHT COQUETTE for bale cheap H
feet long; large cablu ; excellent seaboat; 20 horse en
Sne; speed 12 miles; draught 8 feet. Apply at pier S3 East
ver.
WANTED TO PURCHASE.
SEWING MACHINE WANTED?A GROVER A BAKER
fa?<llv machine, second hand. State price and kind. Ad
tress John Peterson, Herald otilce.
WANTED-SHOW CASES, SHOW BOTTLES. SODA
Fountain, and all appurtenances for a lirst class drug
?tore In country. Address, with description and price, for any
Hi all, for three days, 446 Broome street, New York.
ANTED-A SECOND HAND PORTABLE OVEN. AD
dress, with price, Ac., B. P., box 211 Herald office.
w
WANTED TO BUY-TWO SECOND HAND IRON
Lamp Posts for a saloon, not too heavy. 888 Eighth
svenue.
WANTED TO PURCHASE-TWO COPPER STILLS,
second hand, in good order, to hold 300 to 600 gallons
itch, with condensing apparatus complete; also one iron
Tank to hold about S.OOO gallons. Address, with description
and lowest cash price, tbe American Chemical Company,
New Haven, Conn.
WANTED TO PURCHASE?A NI'MBER OF SECOND
hand Wood Engravings but little used. Address, wflh
proofs and prices, Jacob Wilson, box 2.746 Philadelphia Poet
Mice.
A1
INHTltlTCTION.
AYOI'KU lady or EXPERIENCE, competent to
teach English, music an<t the rudiment* of French, de
si ret a situation In a family aa resident governess for children
under 12 yarn of axe ? reference* exchanged. Addreia M. C.,
Brooklyn Pott office.
T 280 HOW FRY-PRIVATE INSTRUCTION, DAY AND
_ _i evennlg, in Bookkeeping, Writing, Arithmetic, Heading,
Spelling, 11 mm mar, Correspondence, ,tc. Rooms for ladle*:
Individual Instruction. Towuaend'a Businesa College, 2t>0
Bowery.
AYOUNQ LADY FROM NEW ENGLAND, THOR
oii .hly qualified and with the highest references, desires
? position aa governess in the city or country; salary mode
rate. Addreas W..T. A., Herald office. ^
AT PAINE'S BUSINESS COLLEGES, ?S BOWERY, EN
traucc Canal, and 347 Fulton street, Brooklyn? Book
keeping, arithmetic, grammar, spiriting, correspondence,$1<J;
twelve private rooms; day and evening; twenty writing lea
?ons, If2 50.
REDUCTION OF ONE-HALF THE REOULAB
charge for Tuition In Penmanship will he made to all
who subscribe this month. Lessons in Bookkeeping, Ac., day
and evening. OLIVER B. (JOLnsMfTH,
43 East Fourteenth street. Union square.
AYOUNO FRENCH LADY. WHO IS A PERFECT
mistress of the piano, wishes a situation as visiting or
resident governess, or a* companion to a lady . highest city
references given. Addreaa Omega, elation D, New York.
Business wbitino, bookkeepino, ac?messrs.
DOLBEAR, tKW Broadway, guarantee to remove atlff
aeaa, cramping or trembling from the worat hand ami give a
rapid buaIneaa atyle to every atudenb They also teach book
keeping practically aa used In the heat New York houses. Lea
sees dsy or evening the entire year.
IfBENCH VISITING OOVERNF.Sfl.-A FOREIGN LADY,
1 with the highest references, wishes to engage as daily
?prerness in New York, Williamsburg or the vicinity o&
Brooklyn. Teachea entirely with French converaallona. Call
on or address, eiceptlng Wednesdays, any time after 4 o'clock,
Mile. Altainora, 87 St. Felli street, between Fulton and De
A
?lie. Alrainora, 37 St. relit sb
Kalb avenues, Brooklyn, L. I.
North oranville ladies' seminary.-rev. o
F. Dowil, A. M., Principal; W. Wedworth Dowd, A. B..
Associate Principal. The summer term opens Tuesday, April
7. Send for catalogue to H. M. DOWD, Agent, North Oran
ville, N. Y.
Spanish taught by a spanish youno gentle
man at the pupil's residence. Addreaa P. V. H., sta
tion D.
MISCELLANEOUS.
CiOD LIVER OIL AND COD LIVERS?TAKEN FROM
J the live nsh. on hand constantly for medical purposes, at
LYNCH A RUSSELL'S, 33 Fulton Fish Market, neat to Ful
ton ferry, New York. ?
DOLI3HED SCOTctf RED ORANITE MONUMENTS, AC. i
A Italian and IHah Marhlee, In blocks and aawn, Slabs,
Ac.; Caithness and Yorkshire Flag Stonee; Welsh 8lates, Ac.:
Drainage Pipes, Fire Brick, Vent Linings. Ac., Portland and
Roman Cements, Ac. B. CRUIKSHANK k SON, Marble
and Stone Merchanta, 41 Bo4hwell street, Glasgow, Scotland,
have a superior stock of thees materials which they can ship
at moderate prices. They beg to call the attention of sculp
turerstothe Polished Red and dray (Iranlte Momimenta,
Columna, ,tc., drawings and prloes of which will he forward
ed on application. N. B.? Rank reference* Will oblige and
facilitate the execution ofurgent orders.
WLUABflg.
"OILUARDS." BILL A RDM, BILLIARDS, BILLIARbS.
Jj Two large Italia to let. corner Third avenue_; well lighted.
J. A. J. NMAFIE, Real Eatate Broker, 1,374 Third avenue,
corner Eighty allth atreet.
BILLIARDR.- TEN FUR BILLIARD TABLE8 WILL BR
aold cheap. Apply at 4#4 Canal street, or of SHARP A
BROTHERS, 41 Mercer street.
TWO ROSEWOOD BILLIARD TABLES FOR SALE
cheap; four and all pocket*, hnllsyeuea and points. Ap
ply at Frankfort House, 80t William street, corner of
Frankfort.
WH. GRIFFITH, 1M rULTON STREET, OFFERS
. for sale a one stock of new and second hand Tables
ft reduced prices. Call and eiamlur befoiw you buy the dif
ferent makers' patent humbug cushion*MMM
J DOOM, BIRIWi *C. ...
All kinds of fancy doos and birds fob
sale.?Medicine* for all disease*. Prepared food for
Mocking birds, at B. DOVBY'S, No*. I and 6 Uresns street
comer Canal.
ALL BHERDS CHOICE DOOS AND MEJHOJNKS.
/V FRANCIS BUTLER, No. * Peek slip. Butty* Jo'elR
We Mange Cuftf and Flea Ritlnnliiator, 71 cenIC ?t?ler'*
new work. BL Bitra (took Doa*.
HORSES, CARRIAGES, ScC,
At the CITY AUCTION MART, BROADWAY and
Thirty ninth Mrc?l, J. J. HENRY, Auctioneer. Regular
sals Wednesday morning, al U o'clock, of Horses, Carriages.
Harness. Robes. Blankets, Whips, Ac. Horses?A sorrel
family Horse, ItV hands high, 8 years old, sound and kind,
very prompt an4 Tree, has been used by his present owner 8
years, and sold now beoausa be Is too unwell to ride; also
family Carriage and set of Harness. A sorrel Horse, 15){
bands high, young, sound and styhsb, can trot In 3 minutes:
no top Road Wagon and Harness. A brown Mare.ll^
bands, bas trolled In 3:45; also Wagon, Harness and Robe.
A black Stallion, 18m hands, 8 years old, quiet in all harness
and oanlrol fast. Also a number of others, descriptions at
sals; among them a gentleman's light driving establishment,
comprising a pair of chestnut sorrel Horses, 15St hands high.
7 ana tl years old, perfectly sound and quiet, very sijrlish and
gap ana on trot together in thrss minutes, and single much
faster. Thesa horses are probably equal In value ta any light
driving team ever offered at regular auction In this city. Tbey
ere the property of a private gentleman whose name will be
?lven and who sells because he is leaving the city. Also Top
fagon and double Harness in good order, Robes. Blankets,
Ac.
The whole can be seen any time before sale. In this sale
will be a large collection of Carriages; among them a very
fine liretL a Victoria, Pony Phaeton, Buggies with and with
out top, liepot Wagons, Family Carriages, Ac. Also a supe
rior assortmont of Tight and heavy Single and Double Har
ness, Ladles1 and Genliemeu's (Saddles, .to. In this estab
lishment is a large driving ring for showing the style and ac
tion of horses to Duyers. No postponement on account of the
weather.
A?HENRY A. WEEKS, AICTIONEER, WILL SELL
. this day, at 1U0 Liberty street, the superior trouting
Home, Light, sired by Bashaw, half-brother to Lantern, 16Vj
handshigh, eight years old, sound and kind; has trotted in
2:31, ana can trot any day In 2:S5; a most desirable road
horse.
A beautiful black coupe or road Horse, 16 hands high, six
year* old, close made, very tine driver, without trick or vice,
warranted sound and kino, and can be highly recomnended.
A very fine-bred sorrel Mare, 15>; hands high, six years
old, warranted sound and kind, a very prompt driver, of
great endurance and worthy of attention.
Also several work anil farm Horses, new and second hand
Wagons, Harness, Blankets, Ac.
AT OI R REGHLAR SALE ON KRIDAY, 2TTH, AT
12 M., will be sold the fast and beautiful trotting Colt
Young Champion, 15>s high, coming six years this spring;
sired by Champion; darn, thoroughbred trotting mare Kate
Hays; is halt brother to Bonner's celebrated Auburn horse.
Was raited ut Lockport, N. Y., by Mr. K. Upton, nud taken to
Buffalo to trot in the purse for green liorses that never beat
2:40, and showed two days previous to the exhibition 2:^4,
and was then purchased by present owner and withdrawn
from the entry and has never !>een on track, since. He is line
chesnut, with stripe in l ace, of line symmetry, style and gait,
and is warranted sound and kind aud to beat 3:35, and one or
the most promising rolls of his age in the State. Full par
ticulars. Ac., in Friday's Herald.
JOHN L. YANDEWATEU, Auctioneer, 24 Dunne street.
A?WEEKS A KEELER, AUCTIONEERS, WILL SELL
. this day, at 12 M., at auction rooms No. lilt) Liberty
street, the famous trotting horse Light, by Bashaw, 1"> v, hands
lil?,h, nine years old, half brother to Lantern and his original
mate; w is formerly owned by Colonel Hall: he is perfectly
sound and kind; tree, elth> r single or double harries <; has troU
ted ui public In 2:31 and is w.irrunted to beat 'J :3ft any day.
Also a very superior beautiful brown family coupe, ooaoh
or road Horse, 15'., hands high, seven years old, exceedingly
stylish, without trick or fault, afraid of nothing; can be
di Iven by a lady; line, free driver; can trot lu 3:15; warrant
ed sound and kind.
A -JAMES JENKINS, AI CTIONEER, WILL PELL AT
. auction, on Thursday, March 28, 1868, at 11 o'clock, at
1,401 Broadway, near Forty-first street, a large stock of
single and double Harness, uig Harness, Express do., 10 Ex
press and Feed Wagons, 20 Rockaways, 10 top Wagons, 10
open Wagons, 3 .1 aggers, 3 Doctor Wagons, 5 Pony Phaetons,
1 pair of sorrel Mares, 15)4 hluh, kind In single and double
harness, perfectly sound; 1 fine bay Mare with, foal; 1 bay
Mare, 15.3 lii?h; 1 hav Horse, 16*J high, 1 black Pony, 14
hands: 1 sorrel Horse, 14.3, trots In 2 :"(l; Robe, Blankets aud
everything pertaining to the business. Any one having any
thing to sell would do well to send to us, as wo sell public aud
private. This is the oldest place of the kind in tho city.
A HANDSOME LIGHT COUPE, WITH CIRCULAR
front, of Wood Bros.'make, also lar^o stylish Horse,
Phaeton and light Wagon, Harness, Ac., will be sold cheap,
Aprlv to CURRAN, at .stables corner West Twenty-sixth street
and Sixth avenue.
A COUPE CLARENCE, PARK PHAETONS, DEPOT
Wagons, Basket Phaetons. Buggies, and new spring
styles, 25 per cent less than Broadway stores.
JOHN C. HAM, corner Broadway and Fourth St.
AT 32 BARCLAY STREET LARGE ASSORTMENT Ol"
Carriages, comprising desirable styles of*two, four aud
six seals. Harness of all grades and finish.
TliOMAS E. HICKS.
A SPLENDID SADDE PONY, FOR EITHER LADY OR
gentleman ; Is also broken well to carriage ; sound and
free from all bad tricks; for sale cheap. <
W. C. A C. M. MOSEM AN, 89 avenue D.
A PRIVATE STABLE TO LET?CONTAINING FOUR
stalls and carriage roim, with all the modern improve
ments, at SSft West Twenty-tirst st. Apply at 3s2 Hudson St.
A SORREL HORSE, 18 HANDS, 6 YEARS OLD, KIND
in slncle and double harness and under the saddle;
superior family or coupe horse, and warranted sound; also
Carriage and Harness, sold together or separate. Apply for
three days al the Carriage Repository, IK and 160 East tweu
ty-seventh street.
AGOOn CANADIAN PONV, STRONG LIGHT WAGON
and two Sets of Business Harness will be sold resson
ably for want of use. Inquire at 468 Hudson street, near
Barrow, In bakery.
ANY REASONABLE OFFER ACCEPTED UNTIL MAY
1, on account of removal?Phaetons, Rockaways, Cabrio
lets, Victorias, Wagons, Pony Wagons, Ac.; second hand
Coaches, Bretts, Phaetons, Rockaways aud Wagons; good as
sortment of fine Coaches and Bretts.
MOTT ,t CO., No. 3 Bond street.
A WAGON WANTED?LIGHT, SQUARE BOX, 8ECOND
band road Wagon, good make, in good order. Address
Putnam County House, room 86.
AKRIVKD TO-DAY FROM JACKSON, MICH.-J. C.
DEYO, 83 Bant Twenty-lll'th street, MM arrived with
84 II It fly young Horses?imutclied palm, ??>.?*!.? and saddle
horses?which he offers for sale at reasonable price*.
ADISENBUBY SHIFTING TOP Br gov. nearly
new; alto single Harness for sale at stable 37 Went
Twenty-ninth street; particulars at 48 Piuestreet,room No. 8.
A FINE PAIR OF BAY CARRIAGE HORSES, STYL
Isb, gentle drivers, will be sold cheap, as the owner Is
leaving the city. Can )>? seen at i iOODWIN'S stables, coruer
of Thlrtyneventh street and Seventh avenue.
A HANDSOME BRETT, IN PERFECT ORDER, TRIM
med blue rotallne; also fonr Passenger Park Phaetons,
at private stable 14" told No.) East Twentieth street.
A CHANCE FOR FARMERS.?A TKAM OF CHUNKY
built Mares, well bred, will be sold for any price; also a
Canadian Pony, heavy built, 7 years old, cheap. 488 Pearl St.
A?COt PF. AND LIGHT ROCKAWAYS, PARK, PONY,
? Doctor's and Hasket Phaetons; Conches, Barouches,
Victorias, Cabriolets, Dog Carts, Top and Open wagons, Ex
press. Business, Depot and Jngger Wagons, at greatly re
duced prices, at GRAY'S, fci, 24 and 'JO Wo osier street.
A PAIR OF CARRIAGE HORSES, HI HANDS HKiH,
sound and kind, will be sold at auction this morning, at
11 o'clock, at the City Auction Mart, Hroadwny and Thirty
ninth street; have- been used by their present owner as a
family team for five years.
Business wagons of every kino constantly
on band, made In the beat manner, such as Grocers'.
Bakers'. Butchers', Plumbers', Carpenters', Milk, Depot and
Express, light or heavy; also one Farm Wagon. You will lind
this place as favorable as any In the clty.and every article
warranted as represented. STEWART'S Wagon Factory,
Fiftv-tlilrd street, between Broadway and Eighth av.
CCHILDREN'S CARRIAGE WAREHOUSE.
) LEWIS P. TIHHALH,
479 Rroadway, near Broome street.
Also Hobbles, Swings, Propellers, Baby Jumpers and Toys.
CARRIAGES-GREAT BARGAINS.-NOW ON hand,
several ('srrlage* on consignment, which must b? sold.
Several second band, at great bargains. All styles Harness.
CALVIN WITTY'S Carriage Depot,
688 Broadway, near Bieecker street.
Down town trucking bi siness for sale
Fire truck Horses, Harness and Futures, with the work
of ten bouses. Call on or address Carman, 60 Charles street
or 111 Broad street.
Express wagons fob sale.-apply to h. a.
JONES, ISO West Thlrty-flrst street.
For sale-the substantial private stable
MO West Twenty-second street, with five stalls and every
convenience; site 18?75 feet deep; lot half the block. Apply
to JONAH J E X, 41 Hf averstreet.
FOR SALE-A HORSE, TRUCK AND HARNESS, IN
good order; also Work of a store. Inquire at 114 West
Eighteenth utreet, between Stith and Seventh avenues.
For SALE-A HORSE, TRUCK AND HARNESS, IN
good order. Call at 43 Willetl street, butcher's shop.
FMOR salk ~a pa,r nr RAY "GRSEfl, A AND ?. 1&V$
hands high, dark points; also a set of Harness and ?
good family Carriage.
P. CO A K LEY, 144 Pacific street, Brooklyn.
FOR SALE?A PAIR OF CARRIAGE HORSES; MAY
be seen at private stable, southeast corner of Vanderbllt
and De Kalb avenues, Brooklyn.
FMOR SALE -A 000D, ROOMY, RQUARR ROX WAGON,
with Pole and Shafts; two seats, enamelled leather ton on
one, both movable to front or rsar , rellned with blue cloth,
and repainted last spring.
Also two Horses, bright bay, 6 and 7 years old, 111 hands 3
Inches high, Sowing black manes and talis, pleasant to ride:
have ueen In present owner's possession for three years, and
always wintered In the country, where they now are, at Mr.
John Baiter's, Salem Centre, Westchester eounty. N. Y.
Also double set of Harness, In good order; all to be sold
low, as the owner Is going to Europe. Rare chance. Apply
quickly.
Take 8:1S A. M. train, at Twenty-slith street, to Purdy
station, from whence stage will take you to his house. Can
return by afternoon tram.
FB OR SALE-A BROWN CANADIAN HORSE, 7 YEARS
old, lilt hands high, sound and kind r fitted for any kind
of business. Will be sold separate or together, with a good
furniture cart atnl Harness. Inquire at bi Vandam street.
For sale-low, a pair of young, stylish car
tiage or draught Horses, 18 hands high ; *200 each. Also
ayoung 17 hand Truck Horse, all sound and kind; 4<I7&. 438
West Thirteenth street.
For rale-a stylish black horse, i? hands
btgh, sound and kind, 6 years old, suitable for a carriage
or grocer; W175. One bay Mare, 14 hands, suitable for light
business; #148. One sorrel Pony, 14 hands; 486. Also a
black Horse, 13X hands, 669; at 4D West Thirteenth street.
FMOR SALE?a BAY MARE, t?x HANDS, ? YEARS OLD,
warranted kind and gentle In single or double harness:
also one four seal Phaeton, nearly new, made by Wood
Brothers; a Cdupe Rocks way, In first rale condition { two
sets Double harness, Robes. An. The whole trill be sold
cheap. Apply statable, lot West Thirty-seventh street.
?OR SALE-A tfBOWN HORSE, SIX YEARS OLD, 18*
hands high, suitable for cart or truck. Oanhssssaai
East Thirteenth street for two days.
POR SALE-A ORAY HORSE, 16H HANDS HIGH, f
yeArS old; stylish snd free driver; also a bay Horso,
pony built. 15* hands high, t years old; an excellent family
bom; both suitable for any kind of work and warranted
kind and sound. Apply at 107 ?*.1 Twaatv-savsnlfc street, la
lbs MaaMmUt'i Sfc>?
For sale-a lady's saddle horse, sound,
kind anil gentle for barnesaor (audi*, lujuire of CLOSE,
111 Fulton street.
FOR SALE-10 SUPERIOR WORK HORSES, JUST AR
rtved from Oblo, suitable for ?U purposes; alto two
blind Howea. An to be aold cheap. 98 Mercer street.
FOR SALE-ONE SORREL HARE, SEVEN TEARS
old, warranted aound ami kind, tit for all kinds of work;
also one bay Mare, tlx yeara old. free and stylish driver. In
quire In tbe store 195 avenue B, corutr Twelfth itreet, until
?old.
FOR SALE-ONE PINE TEAM; PRICE &3S0; ALSO
several other line draught and farm Horses for aale at 60
New Chambers street.
For sale-20 horses, jcst from the country,
from 6 to b years, 14 to 16 hands high; prices from to
?>300. 13i> Bleeeker street.
OR SALE-TWO NEW EXPRKSS WAGONS AND ONE
Milk Wagon. 123 Broome street.
ROBERT BIE1.INO.
F
For salk cheap_a horse, truck and har
ness. Will he sold separate or together. Can be seen
for two days at 69 Watts street, near Canal.
JUST FROM VERMONT?five very STYLISH HAND
some built road Horses; all warranted sound and kind
in every way, and free from all tricks, ,vo , and extra tine
drivers. Apply to WM. COLLINS, 145 Third avenue, N. Y.,
1111 sold.
Mules at auction.- in addition to the list
ef stock advertised to lie sold this morning at the City
Auction Mart, Broadway and Thirty-ninth street, will be a
Pair of large Mules; also a fast trotting brown Horse and a
child's I'ony.
Rockawavb, buggies, business, pony and
Express Wacons, new and second hand; also Harness,
for sale cheap, at 205 Pearl street.
Rear stable, 14h west eighteenth STREET, to
* let; has three stalls and room for four carriages; price
.?t400. Apply at pier S3 Ea^t river.
Stable fixture:?, of iron-, ventilating stall
Partitions, Hay Racks, Mangers, Ac.; a new pattern Crib,
with hay rack manger, with food guard and hitching arrange
meutsvomblned.
JANES K1KTLAND A CO., corner Reade and Elm sts.
The: LATB mr. a. m. cozzens' horses, carriages,
Sleigh, Harness, Stable Furniture and his entire Stock
of Wines will be sold by auction at the liable* 51 Great
Jones street, on Friday morning, March 27, at 10}$ o'clock.
One Hair Sorrel Horses, 15.3, long tails, unsurpassed, if
equalled, for style and action by any pair of horse* In tills
ciiv; drive together or tandem; also an elegant brown Horse,
a third horse, drives with either of the sorrels; Dog Cart by
Wood Bros., top Wagon by Dusenbury, Sleigh hvGould 4 Co.,
.vc., Ac. Wines?Clarets, Sherries. Port, Madeira, Ac. Can
be seen as above. LEAVITT, SfKEBEIOH .v CO..
? Auctioneers, Clinton Hall, Astor place.
To le:t-private STABLE AN? CARRIAGE HOUSE.
Inquire at 88 Second avenue, near Fifth street.
TO LET -A THREE STORY PRIVATE CARRIAGE
House; room for three horses, three wagons and hay
loft; rent T60(1; also a Fart of the adjoining stai le; room for
two horses and two. wagons, and hay loft, at $360. Apply on
the premises, 248 West Thlrty-elghth'street.
TO LET?PRIVATE STABLE ON WEST FIFTIETH
street, near Sixth avenue; rent $800. Apply to EDWARD
TIMPSON, 115and 117 Nassau street, room 11.
WANTI-J??ONE BAY HORSE, 15^ HANDS HIGH;
one "irown Horse, W4 hands high. They must ho
raivy, hinh knee action, aound, kind in double and slimlc
harness and good roadsters. Only owners of lirst class horses,
combining all these qualities, need apply at stables No. 5 East
Eighteenth street, between 10 and 11 o'clock A. M.
"1XTANTED-A PONY, BETWEEN 13 AND 14 HANDS
TT high, sound and gentle and kind in all harness. Ad
dress, with description and lowest price, Horse, 195 Broad
way, room No. 8. t
TXTAHTBD?A LIGHT ONE HORSE PHAETON, IN
TT good order and moderate value. Address 42 West
Twenty-seventh street.
TI/-ANTED?A GOOD POLE HORSE OR MARE, ABOUT
M Unhands; must trot better than three minutes and
show It. Address Trot, Herald ofilce.
TITANTED?SECOND HAND ONE HORSE COUPS, IN
TT good order. Address W., Herald office.
T\TANTED TO purchase?A BASKET I'HAETON OR
11 light low Wagon, three or four seated; good condition;
private property. W. LEISS, 55 Broadway, third story.
<Vi Urn ?8ORREC HOKSE, EIGHT YEARS OLD, 15^
hands, very stylish, warranted sound aud kind.
297 Seventh avenue, corner Twenty-ninth street.
d> - AA WILL Pl'RCHABE A BAY HORSE, IB HANDS
?fJUU high; Phaeton ami covered mounted Harness;
Phaeton not ruu 100 miles; horse worth the money. Apply at
698 Broadway.
1 AAA 6KT8 OF HARNESS, AT #12 TO $S(1 PER
L.TF'F\/ set; ladles' and gents' Saddles and Brllles,
Halters, Surcli
Wooster street.
Sheets, Lap Robes, Halters, Surcingles, Whips,' Ac., at
QRAY;B, 22,24 and 26 ? "
I1O8T AND FOUND.
IOST-ON WEDNESDAY LAST, A GOLD BREA8TPIN
J with malachite ball with gold ilv on ton. The tinder
will re wive $10 reward l>y leaving the same at 52 West Forty
IOST-IN THE SMASH UP ON LONO ISLAND RAIL
J road on Wednesday. March 1*. a la ly's Eur Cape,
brown silk lining, for wiilch a suitable reward will be paid.
Call at Combes, Nix A Co.'a, Washington Market, 011 West,
near Hey street.
IOST-BOOK OF ABO! T FIVE QIIRE8 CAP PAPER,
J paper binding, containing entries of sales of machines,
their numbers, mimes of manufacturer*, Ac. A suitable re
ward will tic pall fur iu return to Samuel Ley^t'lt, 424 East
Twenty-thlril street.
Iost-a wiitehoundTface halFblmYkTalso
J black snot on tall; pet of a sick child; name Poley. Re
ward given for hla return to 32 West Sixteenth street.
LOST?OPERA GLASS, MONDAY NI'ilIT, BROAD
way, Twelfth to Sixteenth street. Return ?<> music
?tore, 547 Broadway, and receive reward.
LOST?ON 81 NKAY LAST, A HIGHLY TOSSD BLACK
and Tun Don, with brass collar around his neck ami
?mall padlock attached. A liberal reward will be paid bv
leaving him at (Hipper oB?, 22 Spruce street, or at 124 Sulli
van atreet, by T. A list on Brown.
IOBT-IN FACTORWILLK, ON SUNDAY, MARCH 22,
j a small Mink Collar. A fair reward will be given for ila
return to Dr. Sweeny, 188 Mulberry atreet, New York, or to
bouse of late Dr. Uiay, Factory ville.
LOST-ON TUESDAY, THE 24TH INST., A POCKET
book, oontalnlnR five $10 I III*. three discharges and letter.
The finder by leaving it at 811) West street will be suitably
rewarded.
IOST-IN SIXTH AVENI E, BETWEEN TWELFTH
J and Thirteenth streets, a laily's l'ortemonnale,containing
a small sum of money. A suitable reward will be paid if left
at 53 West Xwellth street.
I OST?LASTTHURSDAY EYF.NIWO.A UIITLMIAW
J IHrid Watch Chain and Trinkets, three letters on the
back, Initials of owner, who would be willing to pay the
Under the full value, and no questions asked. How can one
with a Christian heart refuse such a liberal olTjr 1 Address
Confidence, station D, city.
I~~OST loW SATURDAY LAST, A LARUE WHITE
J Setter Slut, brown spots, with chain on. A suitable re
ward will be paid for her return to 876 Weet Thirty-llfth st.
1~ Oh?-OS MONDAY, DOWN TOWN, A OOLD LOCKET.
J with two pictures. A reward will be paid on return of
the same to 61 Willtam street, otlice No. 6.
L~ 08T?FROM A CARRIAGE, A CARPET BAO "COM
talnlng two porcelain pictures. A liberal reward will bo
paid for their return to No. 3 Madison avenue.
STOLEN FROM THE OFFICt OF THE 81 BSCKIBER,
Nos. 4 and 6 Pine street, two hundred Bonds of the UhI
vent'in, Houston and Henderson Kaliroad Company, of 4HM
each, numbered from 13 Ml to 18,6tt5. 13,667 to 14,749, and
?even to 18,979, with intermitting numbers. All persons are
cautioned from taking the same. $8 MO re want on return of
them to the siibscrb er, A. <>. Rogers, No*. 4 and 6 Pine street,
or 11)4 East Twenty-third street. ^
TIT ILL THE PERSON WHO TOOK A SET OF HARNESS
TT In mistake from Erie Railroad Depot please return It to
S. 11. Voorbee*, Erie Railroad Depot, when be will be suit
ably rewarded.
KKWARDM.
A' LIBERAL REWARD WILL BE PAID BT THE
Bureau of Information, HP Fulton street (formerly 100)
for confidential report* regarding emberxlement, robbery,
forgery, (rand, adultery, Ac. All dishooeaty secretly sifted
for parties Interested.
Se REWARD.?LOST, ON saturday, A SMALL,
O lone-haired, gray tetvler Dog. Apply at No. 1 East
Twenty-eighth street.
rf. ' REWARD?FOR A MOROCCO POCKETBOOK, LOflT
In Mercer or Bleecker street; contents of no value to
any but ownerJ sleeve buttons valued as a gift. Apply to W.
A. Rowe, 15a Mercer street street or <8 Amity place.
?5~~ REWARD-LOST, A YOUNO SETTER Doij
?) named Dash; white, with yellow spots, very heavy
coated. The above reward will be paid on returning bi:n to
311 East Nineteenth stmt.
Al/\ REWARD?LOST, A 8KYE TERRIER, ANSWER
?J.U ins the name of Mat. The above reward will be paid
on leaving bltn at No. 1 Eaat Thirty-eighth street.
Ann REWARD.?LOST, IN THE VICINITY OF CHAT
fflO" hum and Division streets, Tuesday afternoon, a
Pocketbook containing 4130 and three rings. The finder will
receive the reward by leaving It at Palmer A Van Hoeaen's,
863 Canal street.
REWARD.-LOST, ON SATURDAY EVENINO,
fflijU on Broadway or Sixth avenue, near Thirty-sixth
?treet, a Gold Watch and Fob Chain; watch made bv Hon.
taodun Freres, Lode ; h?If chronometer, 14,666 and 9,822. Th*
above reward will be given by owner by returning lame to
1,850 Broadway.
(hi no REWARD, AND NO QUESTIONS ASKED?
Lost, on Broadway, on Friday last, a Package of
Silk Tram (colors, red, drab and brown). The above re
ward will be paid bv leaving It at 1M Chamber* street, Mo
Uregor's Paterson Express.
AO/If! REWARD?LOST OR STOLEN, ON MONDAY,
?ZUw March 83, between Springfield and New York, ?
Pocketbook containing 41,060 la money and papers of no
value except to the owner. Any information will be received
at 76 Cortlandt street, cigar store. J. FRUHAUF.
4t enn REWARD.- STOLEN FROM THE OFFICE OF
?OUlf A. C. Kingaland A Sons, 56 Broad street, 88 Bond*
Mariposa Mlolng Co.. No*. 1,466 to 1,466 both Inclusive; 11
Bonds Southweet Pacific Railroad, Nos. 9,10, It, 1% 18, M, 16,
16,17,18 and 47; also Virginia 6 per cent Bond*, t of ? 1,000
each, old bonds. Nos. 14,(114,11,1V. 11,010; ? Virginia new
State 6 per cent*500 Bonda, Nos. 8,118, 4,991, 4,951, 4,981 and
495S; alio sundry oertlfloaiee of etock in toe name of A. C.
Xlngsland and A. C. Klngsland A Sons. (.KM reward and no
questions asked will be paid for the recovery of the above
pr operty, which Is of no use to any persons save the owner*,
du.'IwU on and transfer* of the same having been stopped
" A. a K1V(MLA*D A0O1H. 44 Broad straai. .
FINANCIAL.
ASSESSMENT.-THE BELCHER SILVER MINING
Company baa l*tl*d an assessment of 29 Id gold per
foot. DellnauentlSlh of April; delinquent sals May 14. We
are prepared to transmit amounts due by Eastern stock
holders. LEES A WALLER,
Agent of the Rank of California, 83 Pine street.
T>ENJAMIN L. MALLKTr, 2S NASSAU STREET, ROOM
J) No. t, liaa Money placed with him to loan on bond and
mortgage upon Improved property In this city or Brooklyn.
(CITIZENS' SAVINGS BASK.
J 68 BOWERY, CORNER CANAL STREET.
SIX PER CENT INTEREST ALLOWED ON ALL 8CMS
FROM FIVE TO FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS.
Money deposited now wi:l draw interest from April 1.
Bank open every day from 10 to 3, and alto ou Monday,
Wednesday and Friday evenings from 5 to 7.
Hank book* in English, German and French.
Interest payable in July and January.
II*OR SALE?ROCHESTER CITY SEVEN PER CENT
' first Mortgage Water Company Hon Is, whic h are a first
class security, undoubted for investments, with a sinking fund
provided fortneir redemption, due 1387. Interest coupons and
principal paid by the City Tremtrarof the city of Rochester.
A limited amount of the Bonds are offered for sale In lots to
? uit purchaser*, at a considerable reduction below par for
the present only, by
ALBERT H. NICOLAY,
Stock Broker and Auctioneer,
No. <8 I'lne street, New York.
HOUSTON OAS COMPANY BONDS.
The undariigned offer for sale $40,000 of Mortgace
Bonds of the Houston i.aslUht Company, State of Texas.
The bonds are part of au Issue of jjao.ouo by the company and
are secured by a Mortgage on their franchise and the entire
property of the company to P. N. Spofford, Trustee. Interest,
at ten per cent per annum, is payable semi-annually, at the
office of the compauy, in Houston, or In this city at the office
of the underlined. spofFORD, TILESTON * CO.
Money to loan on first class city PROPERTY
S. W. JOHNSON A- kino,
No. 6 Pine street, room No. 9.
S'
Missouri coupons bought and sold at best
market rates; Southern State and Railroad Honda a
specialty.
MANNING A DE FOREST, Bankers, 19 Wall street.
OUTHERN SECURITIES WANTED?WE WILL PAY
the highest market rates for Wilmington and Manchester
First, Second and Third Mort^aue Railroad Bond* ; Mississippi
Central, First and Second Mortgage Bonds; Mobile and Ohio
Railroad Bonds; Mississippi and Tennessee River Railroad
Bonds: Alabama' and' Tennessee River Railroad Bonds;
South Carolina Railroad Hinds; Atlantic and Gulf Railroad
Honda; Montgomery and West Point Railroad Bonds; South
Carolina, Alabama and Georgia State Bonda; Virginia, N?irth
Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama, South Carolina, Georgia and
Missouri past due coupons, by J. M. WEITH A CO.,
15 New street aud 70 Broadway.
rro LOAN?ON MORTGAGE ON REAL ESTATE IN
I this city, worth at least dalible the sum to ho loaned,
$40,000, in'sums of $3,500 and upwards. Apply to JAMES
PRICE, Suit Hudson street.
AQQA Afin TO LOAN-AT SEVEN PER CENT, ON
JV/.UI.I* I bond and mortgage ou New York and
Brooklyn property, In sums suit.
CALLENDER, LAURENCE A CO., 30 Pine street.
nnnt0 l(>anon bond and mortgage,
i?Ot)l/,UUU In large or small sums, on real estate lu
this city or Brooklyn.
JOHN F CONREY, 62 Wall street, room 12.
(benA nnn to loan on mortoage, in sums
)l M F.UUv' to suit, on New York and Brooklyn prop
erty, five year*, at seven per cent.
C. E. 'WILLIS, Montauk Insurance Co., 168 Broadway.
I.OAN OFFICER.
A T77.-MONEY LIBERALLY ADVANCED ON DIA
1 V monds, Watches, Jewelry, Ac., or the same bought at
the highest rates; also Pawnbrokers' Ticket* bought for 1)11
monds. Watches, Jewelry-, Ac., at 77 Bleecker street, second
Boor, three doors west of Broa lway.
AT HYMAN'S, 6oH BROADWAY, CORNER OF BOND
J\ street?Liberal advances made on Diamonds and
Watches, Silverware, Ac., or will pay the highest market
price for the same.
IT NO. 9 WEST TWENTY-THIRD STREET, FIFTH
V Av/iiue Hotel, loans aud sales prumptly negotiated on
Diamonds, Watches, Ac.
697 BROADWAY, CORNER OF FOUMTII STREET,
Money loaned on Diamonds, Watches and other Jewelry.
The same bought and sold. JAMES P. MATTHEWS.
Advances made on watches, diamonds, dry
i ioods and personal property of every description. J.
A. JACKSON, 111 Grand street, two doors west of Broad
way.
A T 185 i;RAND STRJIET, NI AR MULBERRY 8TRE1 T,
V the hit hest price paid for Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry,
Silver Ware, Silks, Dry Goods, Ac., or advances made on the
same, l'awnbrokesr' tickets botlglrt.
A -MONEY LOANED TO ANY AMOUNT ON DIA
.V . monds. Watehrs, Silks, Furs, Dry Goods, .ic., or s imo
bouuht. Cash advances to men hauls. GLOVER, 27 Last
Fourth street, between Broadway and Bowery.
AT 212 BROADWAY, ROOM NO. 8, KNOX BUILDING,
thi* utmost value paid
For One Diamonds, set or unset;
Watches, Jewels, Plate. Ac,
N. B Diamonds, W atcues, Ac., for sale cheap. Loans.
negotiated. i J. H. KAKRINGER.
AT 13 WAVEKLI.V PLACE, NEAR BROADWAT. I
pay the highest price fur Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry,
Ac. Advances negotiated.
ISAACS, Diamond Broker, 12 Waverley place.
Advances.?cash advanced on diamonds,
Furniture, Pianofortes, Mainlines, Bronres, Books,
Furs, Carpets, Mirrors, Silverware, Horsee, Carriages, Har
ness and every description of personal property. Rooms for
storage of Furniture and large wagons for moving families,
city or oountry. Office 116 West Eleventh street, near Sixth
avenue.
A FIRST rati: opportunity fob those having
Diamond*, Wntdie*, Silver War", line LtrM, Sllka,
camel'* hair Shawl* ami nil article* of value to dlapoae of.
The hlglimt rate* will ht* paid, or cart advanced on liliernl
term* i>n tin- *ame, Ht JOhtl'll 6. COHEN'S, 735 Broadway,
opposite Alitor place.
David m. davih, at his jewelry store, tS7
Hroartw.iv, idniKH money to any amount on Diamond*,
Watchea and Jewelry. Hualneaa atrlrtiy private, and no algu*
about tbe More.
1>) WEST HOUSTON STREET, ROOM NO. 4, NEAR
1 ? > Broadway. -Advance* made on Diamond*. Watch* a,
Jewelry, Dry Gouda, or the um? purchased at high price*.
Pawnbroker*' ticket* loaned upon or bought. Private oilice
Q7 -LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE <)D DIAMOND*,
n I , Watches, Jewelry, Silk* and Peraonal property. Alio
Pawbroker*' Ticket* bought. ROBERT J. ROSENTHAL,
h7 Chryrtlc street, between Heater and Grand ilreet*.
1 BOWF.RV, NEAR GRAND ST., ROOMS 1 AND 2,
I ' up alalra, Ibe blgbeat price paid for Diamond*,
Watche*, Jewelry, Silver Ware, Silk*, Ac., or money ad
vanced. Pawnbroker*' Ticket* bought.
Aon nan to loan on diamonds, watches
Jewelry, Silver, Ac.; or the hfgbeit cash
price* |<ild for tbe lame. t>17 Broadway, room No. 4.
A. H. K'lOKTKV A.NT A CO.
COPAKTNKRNI11 PH.
A PARTNER WANTED IN THE WHOLESALE AND
retail confectionery hu*lne**, In one of Die beat luna
tion* on Broadway, doing a good ca*h bimiuei*. -if,MM ca*b
required. Addre** J. N. It., Herald oiUce.
A LADY, WHO HAS A SUFFICIENT yUANTITT Of
verv elegant new furniture, all made to or ler and never
l>een me'.l, I* desirous of meeting a parly willing to furnlab
tbe carpet* and plate for an uneneepilonable first rla?? pri
vate boarding house; tbe hou?e to be very elegant, to be
taken and carried on upon Joint account, a* may l>e agreed
Upon hereafter. A few person*, friend* of Die advertiser,
already engaged at good price*. Address, with real name,
Equity, Herald office. .
F'ROM ?400 TO MW. -PARTNER WANTED IN A
plea*ant and genteel ouatneea; will mtknlmm 4r4,(a>u
to $IS,00U a year. Inquire In the *tore, S5 Sixth avenue.
CIOOD CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY.-ft.nna, ONE?
T third < ash, the balance In two and four months. A part
ner wanted In a useful and lucrative caah business. 64 Ful
ton ntreet, room 1, 10 to 4 o'clock.
PARTNER WANTED-WITH ABOUT iIIIUXhi CAPITAL,
to Join a thorough practical distiller In WmI4T? Canada,
where a g'?>d bualne** can be done, and which will pay a
handsome percentage on the ca| Hal Invented. The very beat
or reierence* given. Addren* O. M., Niagara Po*t office,
Canada Weil, postpaid.
Partnership, ihayb?om1 mi\ns and wSi
to atart a timt cla?? family grocenr. To facilitate a bu?l
nen man, *imllaily *ltuated, desired. Addren* C., Herald
office, naming capital and resilience.
PARTNER WANTED IN A HIGHLY RESPECTABLE
and eiceedlngly profitable buslne**; a rare opportunity
to travel and act a* irea*urer; profit* will return capital in
veiled In two months. Capital required, *2,'WO.
J. M. MOODY, 498 Broadway.
PARTNER WANTED?IN A GOOD PAYINO BCSINF.SS;
4S00 < a*b will buy one-half Interest; none eacept those
meaning bualnca* need apply.
" J. M. MOODY, 4IW Broadway.
THE UNDERSIQNED HAVE ASSOCIATED THEM,
?elve* together for the purpose of manufacturing ?team
Bump* itn ler the Moon and Koater patent*, to be known a*
le Moon 1 K /*ter Steam Pump Company.
JOSEPH I). MOON,
JOHN T. FOSTER,
JULIUS H. ALEXANDER,
New To*E, MurchB, IMS. ASA HOLT, Jit. _
W'ANTKD-A PARTNER FOR A WELL established
?old chain manufactory, with a capital of $*>,U00 to
(10,moT Apply *t 4?J sixth avenue.
WANTED-A PARTNER WITH a CAPITAL OF FROM
t?,OUO to *4,000. Addren D. 8. Trowbridge, 264 Broad
way, New York.
A/rnn WILL SECURE A PARTNERSHIP INTEREST
BUVU In* light and *afe e*tabll*hed bualne**, paying
over 11)0 per cent; no rl*k whatever; capital *ecured. Apply
?t 141! Fulton itreet, room No. 6.
CiA -WANTED, A PARTNER IN A PARENT
?T,ol'". medicine house of high atanrilng inthiarlty.
A food party with energy and character, having th!? amount,
can obtain one half intereat. Reference* exchanged. Ad
drea* Sure Thing, Herald office.
<Si X nnn CA8H.-A GREAT BARGAIN?A FIRST
?0,Uuu cla*a Sawmill, with new ateam engine In per
fect condition, with HO acree final/ timbered Land; building*
for 10 to to men and teama: all ntfeeaaary toola and furniture
for the bualne** oomplete; fife hour* from thla city. For par
ticular* ?** U. W. HENRY, 66 Wall streot, Naaeau Inaurance
Company.
Aqn OHA WANTED?BITHER A? special OR
tpO'J.l/t/t/ active, In ? well e*l*bll*hed hu*lne*? of
woollen and cotton machinery, holding valuable patent*,
proflta heretofore over ? per cast net. Address F., box 3,-M)
Pom office.
A
_ WW"** OPfORTWHTDW.
MAN WITH ItOO CAN REALIZE *110 TO ?20U A
moDlh tbe year round without r1*k or further capital.
HOWBfl A CO- No. S Day aUMt. room Mo. 9.
\
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES.
A GOOD INVESTMENT. ?FOR SALE, THE TEN
years' Lease, Goodwill. Fixtures, Ac., of tti? irtt slats
and elegaut Russian and Turkish Marble Baths 25Eatt Fourth
street, New York, ai tbe proprietor It Obliged to return to
Europe. An attentive business man wl'.l clear the !r rested
capital Id one vear, and the knowledge for conducting ite
establishment may be obtained In a few dsyi bv ai.y latelil.
gent man. There'is no other business With lew risk and surer
prof tt through all the seasons of the year, and as tbe meri'.s
ot tbese baths become dally belter known there Is a fair |;rcs
pecl for an increase of this bisii.en. Inqulreof Dr.iilT
MANN, 25 Eas; Fourth itreet, New York, (mm 1* till i P. M.
A SPLENDID RESTAURANT FOR sale ON BROAD
way.?Leaie, license and everything complete will be
?old rea-onubiy. Iiu|utre of J. BEs&ON, No. 639 Broadway,
near Bleecker street.
A TOD NO MAN, WITH MECHANICAL TALENT AND
willing to work, wishes to engage In soma inanulactur
lag business, where industry will secure a lirellliood; can
fiirniili some capital. Please at.ite klud of business, and
address Manufacturer, Herald oltce.
AN ENTERPRISING MAN WANTED, WITH *3,000 TO
$1,000, to engage In manufacturing an article that will
largely lake tbe place of bottled so.la water ;a)so maou:?cti'.r
ing Imitation Lemon Julcea, Fruit Juices, Fruit Vinegar, Ac;
also u lariie Commission trade established. Address lor three
day* Vim, box 174 Herald otllce.
A SURE THING. -THE ADVERTISER HAVING Ex
clusive right to manufacture a new article c f r.'ofliis;,
paying Immense profits, positively the cheapest, best nr..I
most durable yet Invented, wants a practical man w;ib capi
tal to join him In the business. Address Hooting, Herald
office.
Alive business man, with limited amount
of money, but who understands In all Jt* details the re
tail tea, coffee and grocery trade, and Is capable of establish
ing a business that will pay well himself and any person who
will Invest it5,OiKI to ^IU,(K?> as special, Is desirous to devotn
time, energy and what capital ha has in tins direction. Best
references given. Address Wm. Henry, Jr., box Itj Herald
office.
A SPLENDID CHANGE TOR BUSINE88?FOR SALE?
Tbe Halt' Interest of a retiring partner In a first class
hotel and dining saloon on Broadway; good location. For
particulars, .to., address E. A G., box Ai;1 Herald oilice.
N EXCELLENT INVESTMENT IV AN established,
sate and profitable manufacturing busmen* can be
A
obtained on very favorable terms; trade staple and increas
!ng. SOt THMAVD A CO., 194 Iiroa Iway.
A MAN, WITH $1,000 OR UPWARDS, FOR BRANCH
In each lar^e city of the United States, in a business es
tablished one year in New Vork; no rlsit or competition J
llrst class. Address W. C. S., Herald ollloe.
A LUNCH COUNTER TO LET WITH (iOOD ACCOMO
dutions for cooking, in a nrst class place. Apply at the
Opera, corner Fourteenth street and Broadway, iroin 5 to 10
o'clock P. M.
A FINE CHANCE FOR A FIRST CLASS DRESSMAKER
_i'V and to do general family work In a large new sewing
machine store, to open tlio 1st of April; can have all the room
desired. Apply at once to TOW.ssenD, 1,270 Broa hvay, in
machine rooms, up one tligbt.
A FIRST CLASS HOTEL, CENTRALLY LOCATED,
for rale?Long lease, moderate rent and doing a line
business. Apply to DYE .v CURTIS, 508 Sixth a- cnuc.
Brooklyn and new york express route, two
horses, wagous, harness, all In good order; must be sold;
the owner toe* to the country. Terms very easy. Apply at
12 and 14 Cliff street, after lo'A. M.
fTIOR SALE?A WBLL KNOWN STORE, manufacture
r of ladies' ami children'* furnishing goods, stampinc and
embroideries; established In 1851, and located in the best part
of Broadway, west side, comprising good will, lease, stock,
material for stamping, store fixtures, .to.; a rare opportunity
for parties wishing to commence a well paying business re
quiring a capital of about $35,000. Address J. O., box 1,1HU
Post office.
l^OK SALE-ONE OF THE BEHT LOCATED DOWN
I* town limine, Saloons and Bars in the city, with I'arlor
and Lodging Room*, all completely furnished; will be sold at
a great sacrilice on account of moving to the country.
O. WARREN, 486 Broadway.
T/OR BALE?A SPLENDID BRICK YARD, 20 MILES
I from New York, paying a good inoome, with Stock and
Implements; price $15,uOO. LYNCH A TAYLOR,
114 Nassau street.
l^OR SALE-HALF INTEREST ftj AN OLD ESTAB
I" llslied Sample Room. I wish to retire on aroint of
health : will sell at a lair figure. Address Sample Room, box
26 statian A.
FIOR HALE.-HELLER'S BURGLAR PROOF VENTI
latlne Window Bolt; householder* will have no other;
alto Interest id an improved waterproof composition Pave
ment ; its durability ami rheapne** Insures It* general
adoption. E. TIFF AN) A CO., No. 4 Wail street.
Hotel at a bargain, with splendid first
. class Restaurant attached; receipt* dally $S00; price,
part cash. .,2 i,UOU, location first class; this cltv.
ME It it I AM, H4 Fulton street.
Marble quakry for sale,for #70,000.-quarry
ten hours by rail from New York city. A company .
ready to take .tbu,0wi worth of marble till* year and pay cash.
Apply to HORACE GRAVES, Attorney, Hrj Pine street.
Money?call at the merchants' hotel, cort
laodt street, and see the (greatest butter maker ever yet
Invented; Just patented and rights tor Rale by the Inventor at
first prices. It you want money come and make It.
ONE OF THE BEST PAYING HOTELS NEAR NEW
Vork will be aold at a great sacrifice; trade and location
first class; terms easy.
SOUTHATP A CO., 1W Broadway^
Rake chance.-anv gentleman having a
little capital and fond of travelling; can meet with one
of the most extraordinary opportunities for money making
ever offered by applying Immediately at 116 East Twenty
third street.
w
ANTKn?iffMXK), IN MANUFACTURING THE BEST
ami cheapest *mall fruit and berry Basket 111 the
w?rl<l; nilllloiin demanded; a rare chance; will return the
Investment eretr year; amply secured by patent Appoint
lutervicw. Address, wltU real name, (). G., Herald office.
WANTED TO HIHK?A FOREMAN OR CLERK IN A
VV livery stable and feed store; one that Is willing to lend
from ijauu lo ?6u0 on good security. Address 1*. L. M., Herald
&^ftn-t>.?*-AOOOD BUSINESS MAN WITH CASH
or security mny ilnd an opportunity seldom met,
safe, profitable anil legitimate, at hLMOKE A THORP'S, 14o
nnft TO #2,ooo.-a person with the above
tPl.UUU amount to loan can obtain $<800 to 41,SOU
salarv ami an Interest In a profitable wholeKale business. In
quire of tiKO. K. ADAMS A CO., .t;C, Broadway.
?SAA -WANTED-A GOOD BUSINESS MAN TO
join with equal amount and purchase manu
re* turing monopoly, paying at least *20,000 annually.
Hl'TCHlNiiS A CO., 48 Pine street.
<&') Ann -Half INTEREST IN A CASH MANU
""", facturing luislneas; profits 80 per cent To a
responsible in.in liberal arrangement* will be made. Apply
to J. T. SWEET, VA South street, corner of Fulton.
41 ?fc#Wl A RAKK CHANCE TO on INTO A
?J'l splendid money making business; hlghlv re
spectable and very profitable; office, tools, patent, Ac. Ad
dress Junius, dtatlon K., three days.
DRY UOOIIH.
A (J RE AT IMPROVRMRNT IN CUTTING AND MAK
. Ing Ladles' Dresses, Cloaks, Ac. -All Interestixl will lind
It to their Interest to call al Mrs, STARLING'S, 34tf ('anal
street. The fitting ud making cannot be surpassed in this
country or Europe. First spring opening Wednesday, Mure h
28. Our plain and trimmed patterns cannot be surpassed.
4 ND WE STILL SELL A SPLENDID WHITE SHIRT
i\ Ins Muilln, almost like Wam'ultae, for 12Xr.
Good wnlte Shirting 10c. Fine Cnbleached lllc.
Extra quality Musllns, 15c.. Ific.; other stores sell same goods
22c. We sell Merrlmac Prints, Is.: all wool C*?>lmeres, 50e.
Spring Delaines, 15c. Auction Dress Oftods, half price.
FOSTER BROTHERS. Eighth ??.. near Eighteenth st,
and FOSTER BROTHERS, 272 Biee. ker Mreet.
AND THE GREAT CROWD CONTINUES.
Customers coming from everr quarter.
Continuation salo of wet Hosiery. silk and merino Urder
vests and Drawers, Embroideries, Laces, Tape Trimmings,
Handkerchiefs, Shirt Fronts, Collsrs, Cuffs, Illusions, Nets,
Dotted and Check Muslins, Swiss M .alius, Nainsooks, tjulite,
and about .>00 other lota at half regular prices.
RON A LDBON A MEARE8,
307 Sixth avenue, comer Nineteenth street and
1X5 Eighth avenue, between S ineteenth ami Twentieth sts.
/ 1ARI'ETS. CLEARINO OUT SALE OF CARPETS, OIL
\ cloths, Window Shades, ,tc., on ea?v terms. Payments
taken monthly. A rare chance for housekeepers.
D. KELLY A CO.,
Corner of Twenty-fifth street and Sixth avenue.
Human hair.
A large assortment of Switches and fsshlonable llalr
Ornaments at II. iil'ILMARD'S, 328 Canal street.
HD. FARRF.LL HAS JU8T RECEIVED 600 PIECES
. of Crossley's Brussels Carpets, all new spring styles.
In addition to his Isrge assortment, and will not be undersold
by any house in the city. $500,000 worth of I'arlor, Dlnlnii
and Bedroom Furniture, all manufactured by himself, and
warranted a? represented. Housekeepers buying inch goods
will save m.>ney by giving him a call, at 486 and 4S8 Eighth
avenue, anil around the corner, M7, Ml and 271 West Thfrly
fifth street
MME. RALLINOS, 779 BROADWAY, WILL OPEN HER
imported Carriage Dresses, Walking Costumes, Bridal
D.'I'ee. Point and ChantW'.r La'e Flounce* and Shawls, Lin
gerie, ac., on Wed need ay, March U.
MME. DKMOREST'S ORAND 8PRIN0 EXPOSITION Of
French Millinery on Wednesday. March 25. at Sit Broad
way. The latest and most recherche stylee, both in ahspe and
material, an 1 paper nndels on real frames, affording beauti
ful and very effective Illustration* of genuine bonnets M a
comparatively #mall cost.
M.
A. D0UQLAS8,
ITO Fifth arezue,
off** a fine assortment of
Ladies' Underclothing.
AIM some beautiful Brldsl Trouiseaui and (npcrtor French
Corsets, al very moderate price*.
AI80N FRANCAISE. ? RO CONNECTION WITH A*V
other house. Ladle* and drenmakers pronounce far
? urpatilng. all other trimmed and plain Pattern* by Mue.
BON PART, "11 Broadway.
QPENINO OF PARI8 FANCY GOODS,
Jewelry, Bathe*, Marie Antoinette*,
Cor*ag*t, Waist*, Coitume*, Ac.
Alio
Part* Straw, Neapolitan Chip and
Fancy Hat* and Bonnet*.
Pari* Flayer*, Feather* and
Mltllr.erv Trimmings. NOTs'lte*.
OOLDKN A CO., 13 Clinton p.ace.
THR "CLAUDINR SLEEVE," A NEW BTYLE FOR
?ilk and its minerals. I* exceedingly graceful, ltie effect
i* that of a close and (lowing shape combined. Mme. DEMO
RhbT'b Kruporium* irf Faaniua. Hue. 171 and Kid Broadway.
DRYJHOOUS.
PETIGNV-MEURISHE.
Special Millinery Trimmings,
Patlerna Honott*.
Liberal discount to merohtnta.
b6 East Nlntli stre? t near Fourth areoue.
^PRING IMPORTATIONS NOW OCKV.
Rich nofeltlea lit
Parisian Dress and ? a t''l?
Trimming*.
Specialties of our new design.
Rich Pasaamenteries anil Qaloon*.
Rich Friaget, In all wl>ltlm and c.i.nrj,
RISTllRI FKI'.^I 4,
FANCY TWIST f . <18,
BULLION KKlv a.
French Pa'.la* id all shade*.
Satin Buttons and Nail Heads.
New Pattern! in Guipure and I' ??( 1
Lace Edging an i i - 'Inns,
to the mutit ii> ' ?? trimming widths.
TLese poo.!*, both In price* and ft v <will compare favora
bly Willi any assortment in tbln mk' I
FK1. lEUICR LOESER,
'^77 Fulton street,
Brooklyn.
fPHE "LATOI'R PELISSE." ' ' IS A DECIDED
L novelty for earing w>ur, ? ??.? without a dash.
The f-klri i?lnn: nnongb to ;u.> * < ilia overslcirt ot a
walking costume, H may lie n.. n k silk Mr general
\vt*,ir nr en unite with the ill ? and let' It at Mme.
nE.MORB>rs Emporium* t> r >oi. 17:5 and
Broadway. Sccouil ti.ni''. o|m i > : style* for ladles
and children'* drr.-'ai a on Wi '? ireh 2o,
M1LLIM : Y.
A CARD. WILL OI'EN AN ! i' TATION OF PARIS
J\ Millinery thla 'av W -Ini !li Inst. Mr*. C.
LEVINS, Mr*. J. U. OOSaO.V, <2 ?ity place, corner
ol' Eleventh (treat.
(^ M. OLNi:r, 30 EAST KOI . > I fl STREET, HE
' tween University place and venue, will exhibit
on Wednesday, March Sja, lbs lai i ? ties oi I'arl* Milli
nery.
II MATHERS A CO., 8P1 Bl( >.M>WAY, WILL HAVE
J, Ihelr openlnc of treneli id itound Hats, with
a choice selection ol Spring Novi on Wednesday, March
25, and Thursday, 26tli.
/ 1 KAN 1) OPEN IN it
VJI" of Spring P;rti?i *,
<>: \\ ? toesday, 2uth Instant.
The largest variety of Stvles ui
Mi nt elegant hps r ' t <>t Trimmed Pattern*,
The latest Parisian Noveltie* ? i
La lies' aim Oli Dresses, Cloaks, 4c.
Ladies .in.I dressmakers si. Ite
W\i . DUVAL'S
Emporium of Fi.ahlon, Dregs n ak Maklnu Itooma,
7-2 Broadway,
one-hall' bl. el.iw A. T. Stewart!.
pi % REEDER, MS CANAL !.I.T, WIL!, OPEN
"T. this day iWeduea lay , 2V.. , a laive ami elegant
assortment oi French Pattern le Our customer* and
others are respectfully invited to i ami examine our stock
before purchasing elsewhere.
JBBOMB H. OWKNS, CANAL i '? T, I'NDKR THK
Hrandreth House. will open i ? assortment of Pattern
Bonnets and Hals on Wed lie ^ lay, .V,. i n 23.
KASt> R. OALLIER, S5rt ciSAL STREET, WILL
? open on Wednesday and Tb i ur, March 26 and 26, a
full aaiorlmcnl of Spring an 1 Sum.n. Millinery.
Millinery openino.-r. uiompson a co., <77
Broadway, will open on Wednesday, March 2ft, and
Thursday, March S6, their stock ... r reiich I'mtli-ru Bonnet*
and Round Hats. The trade arc r - ? tlully Invited to call.
Madam lovett, 768 broadw av, will open on
Wednesday and Thurs lay. M n h 2o and 2d, a handsome
assortment of spring and tummi r Bonnet* aud llats ; also el
hibltsoiue pretty designs in Dr?l*e*.
Madame bi ulmeyer, si ccbssor to madamr
Kerrero, will exhibit on Wednesday, March 23, DHX,
SpjUng and Summer Millinery, No, a .rcul Junes struct, New
\iitk. City milliner* not admitted.
Madame c.aloupkau ,latk mathilde a co.-, no.
6 Bre oorl ulacc l-.asi Tenth street), near Broadway,
wdl open Paris Mlhinery on I'lnii s.i.i>, March 2'!.
MME. RAL1.IN.is, (MPORTI BROADWAY, BEGS
to announce her annual *|R m ipeulng of French Bon
nets an I the latest novelties in rou.nl ll.it* will take place on
Wednesday, March 25.
MME. DEMOREsrB (.RAND SPRING OPlNINO OF
French Millinery, on We .tii*tay, March 23, at KA
Broadway. The largest and most recherche style*, both in
shape ami material. Haucr none* on real Irsmea, affording
beautiful and very effective lllus'.r.items of genuinebonnet* at
a comparatively small cost.
MKS. J. W. DEMI'SEY, 1W BOWERY, WILL OPEN
on Wednesday and Thurs iny a handsome assortment
of Spring P?t|iru Boni.ets and Dress llats, all of her own
manufacture.
Mrs. <;. w. allen, 4P'? division strket, will
open, on Wednesday and Thursday, tbe 2Mb and 2Mb, a
case or Imported I'atterns: also, a choice selection of her
own manufacture and desl n, In. In Hug an decant stock
of French Flowers, Laces, Bioinle* and Delusions, and
at the very lowest prices. Country milliners wishing to pur
chase bargains would do well to call before purchasing else
where. 4HSv Division street.
Mrs. west, corner of court and sackett
streets, Brooklyn, will open on Thursday, March tn, a
handsome assortment of Spring and Summer Bonnets anil
Hals. ?
MRS. E. A. HONEYWELL, !<22 BROADWAY, CORNER
Twenty-tlrst street, will open her sprint; styles of llats
for ladles, misses and children uu Monday, April <i.
MR*. M. FEKLY, NOS. 7 AND DIVISION STREET,
will exhi it spring and summer Millinery on Wednesday,
25th Inst., aud succeeding days.
Mrs. lamb woOTkD invite iikr customers and
wholesale buyers to call and examine her large aud
choice assortment of Ladies' Dress Caps, Headdresses, Ac.
Mrs. LAMB, 832 Broadway,
Between Thirteenth and Fourteenth St*.
MBS. E. MACSHANE WILL OPBB THIS DAY, FOR
the inapectlon of her u-t MR and the trade, a siilen
dld aasortment of Spring and Summer Bonnets, of all the
latest 1'arlslan styles. C. A. l)A\ IDSON,
2W and Bowery.
Mrs. m. j. hiuoins, m and 337 canal street,
will eihlbtt on Wednesday and Thursday. March 2fi and
M, a rich assortment ol Pattern Bonnet*. Those visiting
these establishment* can see many new and beautiful style*,
just received from Paris, together with her own manufacture.
MMP. O. SCHLEUEL, 24? BOWBBT, WILL OPEN ON
Wednesday, March 23, and Mill, a large and elegant as
sortment of Spring and Summer Bonnets and Hats. Particu
lar Inducement I* given to wli?lr*ale buyer*.
MISS M. A. OORDMt, NO. 7f FULTON AVt.Nl/B,
Brooklyn, will hate Iter annual eiposition of
Spring and Summer Millinery
on Thursday, March 2k. A choice seie lion of Ibe newest pat
tern Bonnet*, together with all the style* of Round llata, to
which sbe invites her customers and public In general.
MISS JAMIESON. 178 BOWERY, WILLOPENON WKD
n1 'Hilav and ihorsd.iy, lank 2ft and an i ll rant as
sortment ol bprlug and Summer Bonnets and Round llat*.
Madame kahn. no :2S sixth avenie, between
Fourteenth and Flfteet Hi alreets will open a very deal
rable and elegant stock of Frrucb Mllilnerjr on Thursday,
March 20, l-i-.
Madame ferrero, forvi ki.y at nu. 3 ureat
Jones street, now at No. t La'ayelte place.
Paris Spring Millinery.
MILLINERY OPENINU.-MKS. FORKS. 340 CANAL
street, will open on Wednes my, March 23, a choice aa
sortmeut of pattern Bouuets aud round Hats.
OPENINO WEEK.
Pattern Bonnets, Trimmed Jockey*,
with a ch?lce stock of M'lllnery Hoods.
Spring impoitatlon of
IRA BEARD,
457 Broadway.
OPENHYM A TBISDORFER, 21 AND J1J* DIVISION
street, will open, on Wt Inesday and Thursday, the 2ftlh
and 20th insts., with a new and ele ant stock of French Bon
nets and Hats; also a large and complete slock of Millinery
(io'ids, all of thslr own Importation, to which they Invll* the
especial attention of tbe traiie. Call and examine before
purchasing. OPEN II M ,t tkisdorfer,
21 and 21)4 Division street.
Opening of millinery and millinery hoods.
Ibis day and Thursday. Pattern Bonnets and Pattern
Hal*. Straw Wood* and Ribbons. L. Bl.N.Nh a;; Broadway,
opposite Metropolitan Hotel. Save this.
PARIS FASHIONS?AT TAYLOR, MOCHCOWITB A
CO.*8, N?> < Clinton dIucp. L-* iipw vlaiiinx lhi?
ment will not 0*5 disappointed. Novtlty, rle^nnce and coo<l
taste It our motto.
PATTERN BONNKTS.?MISS P. DAI IS, OP II DIVISION
street, will open on Wednesday an I I n irsdav, ifttb and
ISlb, and lakes pleasure In informing milliners and merchant*
from all sections of Ibe country that she Is now prepared to
offer a large and elegant assortment of spring Bonnet*, Ac.
Wholeaale buyers will do well to call.
PARIS AND LONDON RO ND HATS-f ROM W. c'
Brown, 18 and 14 New Bond street, London. Ladle* will
And an elegant aelectlon. Imported by E. BROWN, at V2
Broadway, next door to Dlbley's.
?>-/) CANAL STRKET. C'iLK V A YOL'NU WILL
s',rln? (,P?nlng 00 Wedneaday,
March 2A, and at l,l?i0 Broadway on Thuraday, Mth Inat.
PONT OFFIC E NOTITKs
Post OFFICE NOTICE.
The mallafor Europe will ?:* !ear*trhe1 from Ihla ollleti
on Tuesday, 24th, Wedneaday, iMh, Thurtday, 9#tb and Sat
urday, 2>'.h inlt., doling at 12 o'clock r.oon and kt the atatlon*
a* follows, vli ?Stations A ar.d B, 11 4i: C, O and D, 11.21;
E and F, 1110, and O, 11 .M o'clock, A. M. M
JAMES KELLY, P. M.
MKWSPAPKKSs
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