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WHOLE NO. 11,631. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, MARCH 2<S, 1868.-TRIPLE SHEET. PRICE FOUR CENTS. PERSONAL. AM. C., STATION F.-BYKKNDINi) YOUR ADDRESS . to S. B. K., Herald office. you Mill hear sumolblutf to the advantage of yourself ami C. LITTLK BoY MINE MONTHS, LITTLE BOY SIX yearn u <l little ,irl two weeks, for adoption. Mrs. PARSELLE, 215 West Seveuteeuth strict. F Bleeckek street car, FOURTH AND PF.RBY, 04 o'clock yestt rUay. Aduress Edgar, skuiou F. CH. FISHER.?RECEIVED ONK letter. CAN Ala . mi ! ; ivauway, three 1'. 11., Thursday. As near the time an possible. UCR ADOPTION -TO A FAMILY OF MEANS AND RE X tincramit, a betiuirul, healthy fe t ale chil l, four years ?Id. The Children's Home, 102 liiccckor street. flRENZV, M ACM UKRAY.?LE ITER IN HERALD office for you. Information wanted-of mart HADD. when last beard ?>!''mIim w i* in New Jersey. Any information will be tbanklullv received by her broluer, Uominltk Hadd, who baa just arrived from Ireland, at fastlc GarIftn. JOHN TURN BULL, SCOTLAND.-WRITE ME IV COM hdeuce; draft ?n<( lettei* of Importance await you. HELEN, box 2,490 Post office, Philadelphia. J adams, POST OFFICE BOX 7W, AND B. F. LAW, ? Pout office.?There Ih a letter for you iu l'ogt office. JE. W.-THANK THEE FOR THY TREACHERY, THY ? Intuitu, thy vlndictlveness. Agreeable to thy own wish I waited one hour, but only to be fooled. Thou shalt not do it again. Thou bast thy revenue. Do you enjoy it f I know where thou spent the afternoon. I have written vou. THY BEFOOLED. MA. J.?NOTE RECEIVED TOO LATE; WILL BE ? at place you mentioned Tliursuay and Friday from 3 to 4 o'clock. J. R. M. SAN francisco MINSTRELS, TUESDAY EVEN1NO Will the lady who kindly noticed gentleman with long ?bain send her addrees to Clare X., box 108 Herald otlloef WILL MISS R. M., WHO SAW AN OLD FRIEND IN Eighth avenue and Forty-second strnet on Sunday, 14th, state by letter where an Interview can be hail!1 F. B. A SPJ2CIAL, NOTICES. Augustus taker a brother, Importers am! wholesale dealers in Italian and American Marbles, STEAM MARBLE WORKS, 713 Water street, New York. SI!LAN I) HOI SE, ARCH STREET, ABOVE SEVENTH. Philadelphia, Is now open on tho European plan; first class accommodations at reasonable rates. Travellers, take notice. A. F. BELCHER, Proprietor. Apply earlyi-storaoe for furniture, trunks, baggage or other property; line and dry separate rooms, any slue; goods taken upon elevators. HA I. iER, :il)0 Thirty-fourth street, near Eighth avenue. A -LADIES PADDINOS AND OTHER AUXILIARIES . of dress In-hiding defects rendered superfluous by the use of Madame JUMEL'S Maminarial Balm and Mechani eal Developer, which improves and developes the bust on physiological and scientific principles. Depot 907 Broadway, or 14 East Twentieth street. Sold everywhere. DR. LOUNSBERT has OPENED A PRIVATE HOS pltal at his office, llli Spring street, for the benefit of patients who cannot gel propw care at their hotels and board ing bouses. One block west of Broadway. French benevolent bocietv.-special meet Inc. -The mcmbess of the French Benevolent Society are requested to attend a special meeting, which will be held this (Th nrsday) evening, at 8 o'clock, at Delmonico'a, Four, toenth street ami Fifth avenue, In order to discuss a proposed revision of the present constitution. By order of trie Presi dent, L. MkUNIER, Secretary. NEW YORK, MARCH 2S, 1W.-NOTICE IS HEREBY given that I will not be responsible for any purchase or purchases of any goods, wares or merchandise, made or rep resented to be made for the use or benefit of the butcher busi ness carried on at 45, 17 and 5H Fulton Market, made by any other person or persons than myself. ISAAC RODMAN. WANTED-OWNERS, BY THE PROPERTY CLERK, 800Mulberry street, for the following articles, vi*. : - Leather Bag, Caso Petroleum, Sliver Cup, Opera 'ilass, Money, Br at. Skill', Bracelet, marked J. C. Crawford, box Edging, Milk Can. YACHTS, STEAMBOATS, See. _ FOR SALE-THE NEW YACHT SAPPHO; LENGTH ON deck, 125 feet; beam, 26 f'i < t 7 Inches; depth of hold, II feet; 8lu tons old measurement. For beauty of mode! ami general equipments 1st not excelled, and, judging bv her per formance al Newport last summer, Ih believed to be trie fastest Sacht In this country; will be sold low and on easy terms; can e see toC. A seen at our yard, foot of Bridge street, Brooklyn. Apply R. POI LLON'S, 224 South street. For sale-a very handsome six oared row Boat, rtew copper fastened and cedar built; 21 feet long, finished in oak ami walnut. Fer terms and to be seen ut faint works, 100 Horatio street. WANTED TO PURCHASE. PRINTING PRESS?WANTED TO PURCHASE, A good secondhand Printing Press, of the Washington or Smith patent: 30 Inch by 21 inch platen. Apply after 12 o'clock M. to MlDDLEToN A CO., 40 Exchange placo. ANTED?SHOW CASES, SHOW BOTTLES. RODA Fountain, and all appurtenances for a first class drug ?tore in country. Address, with description and price, for any ?r >11, 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 w UrANTED?A SECOND HAND GENUINE 30 INCH SOLE W Leather Trunk, at a low price. Address W. T. E., Bimld office. WANTED TO PURCHASE-TWO COPPER STILLS, second hand, In good order, to hold 300 to 500 gallons oaeh, with condensing apparatus complete; also one iron Tank to bold about S,0?l gallons. Address, with description and lowest cash price, the American Chemical Company, Use Haven, Conn. , WANTED TO PURCHASE.?PARTIES HA VINO A lot of Staple Goods to dispose of below regular prices can find a cash purchaser by addrqpslng James, Herald office. WANTED TO PURCHASE-ABOUT NINETY FEET Gonnter Shelving suitable for Yankee notion business. Address W., box J,S01 Post office. INSTRUCTION. AT PAINE'S BUSINESS COLLEGES, ?a BOWERY, EN trance Canal, ami 847 Kulton street, Brooklyn?Book keeping, arithmetic, grammar, spelling, correspondence, +10; twelve private rooms; day and evening; tweiuy writing les ?m,?880. AM EDUCATED ENGLISH LADY DESIRES A FEW more pupils, io join a small class or for private Instruc tion fn English, French or Music. Distinguished references. Apply to M. DESCHAIJX, 804 Broadway. A YOUNG OERMAN LADY OF EDUCATION DESIRES Board in a respectable family where instruction in music and the German language would be a compensation. Add reus M. B., 214 W??t Eleventh street. A T TOWNSF.ND'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, 360 BOWERY, Jli. below Houston, Private Instruction day and evening, In Bookkeeping, Writing, Arithmetic, Reading, Spelling, Gram mar, Correspondence, Ac. Rooms for ladle*. Individual In ?traction. A Yomn LADY HAVINO A THOROUGH know _/V ledge of French (acquired In Paris) will give lessoni In that language and ihe Kngllali branches at pupils' residence, two hours dally for *8 ? week. Address Teacher, station h. A lady will (iivk msrmuono* on m piano and singing, nt pupil's residence, for #10 per quarter; beet references given. Address, with residence, Teacher, box 111 Herald ofllce. A HIGHLY ACCOMPLISHED LADY TEACHER wishes to give for board, washing, Ac., a few hours' lemons 1n a first class lamlly residing in New York. Call at 101 East Seventh street, on next Saturday afternoon after two o'clock. Business writing, bookkeeping, ac.-Messrs. DOLHKAK, WW Broadway, Guarantee to remove sllir acramping <>r tremhling from the worst hand and give a business style to every student. They also teach book keeping practically as used In the best New York houses. Les sees day or evening the entire year. FRENCH AND GERMAN TAUGHT- *10 PER QI'AR ter, by an eiperienccd teacher; two days for Brooklyn. Address Teacher, care of Styles A Cash's stationery store, 96 Eighth avenue. HOME AND SCHOOL, FOR SMALL CHILDREN ONLY, In a delightful country place. Address the principal, Kra. L. J. Lobdell, Salem Centre, Westchester county, N. Y., tor circulars. Spanish taught by a spanish young gentle man at the pupil's realdenoe. Address P. Y. H., sta tion I). fpO FAMILIES IM NEW YORK OR ITS VICINITY.? A Board and pleasant Room desired In exchange for Les ?mis In Slsging and on Pianoforte or Harp, with ?se of Instrument; families of nosltlon alone negotiated with ; references riven. Address Music, care of Mr. C. Kitchen, druggist, 1,171 Broadway. TI8ITl.NO GOVERNESS. AN EXPERIENCED TEACH er, who can give the highest city reference, desires a few snore pupils; terms moderate. Address box KM Herald ofllce. KKIJMIOITM NOTICKH. DEVOTIONAL SINGING aMMM MONDAY EVEN, ings at f. o'clock, In the renerable old North Dutah church, onmer of Fulton and William streets. Free. SITADBAGE3IMAL STATION.?CM I RC II OF ST. VIN oent lie Paul, Twenty-third street, between Sixth and eoth srenu"S. A series of sermons In the French lan guage will be delivered bv tlin Kev. rather Choearne, ?f the Dominican Order of Priesthood, on Sundays at 10J< A^M., Tuesilays at N P. M. and Fridays at 8 P. M., during I'ONT OI'FH'K MOTK E, T?ST OFI'ICE NOTICE. XT The malls for Eur??pe will be despatched from this office on Tuesday, 24th, We.inesdav, 2fth, Thursday, 26th and Sat Urfer, Mill closing st 11 o'clock noon and at the stations mm fallows, vis: Stations A and B. II :4ft: C, O and l>, 11 :li; KEt.LT, P. M. is FINE ARTS*. O'^^R wTcHOICE AND F.I,E<!ANT OIL PAINTINGS and Crystal Medallions, belonging to tho American Art ?iillery, New Vork, will be sold by auction this evening, con 4inuing to-morrow and Saturday evenings, In the sslesroom r Broadway, near Hleecker street. J. EDWARD BYLANDT, Auctioneer. LAW BUHINKMH. ^ [ |6l<COMB A CLOYD, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSEL .[ 1 hx-s at Law, 170 Broadway, New York.- Special atten tion and reasonable charges In Bankruptcy Cases. Titles bed IB Nesr York and Kings counties. D(KiS, BIRDS, AC. ALL KINDS Or FANCJT DOUS AND HIRD? FOR ?1,; .l,?.J.Tl!f ? ."litJ?'?easM. Prepared food for mocking birds, at b. I/U\LV h, Sua. 3 uml & Oreeue street corner Canal. A Ltu ?5S?i?S> .?F?IG& DOOg AND MEDICINE*? * 1,1 'LfrR, No, 8 Peck slip. ltut'er's Iuialli b.e Mange l ure aud Hea Kxtirmiuator, 75 cents. Builer's new work, ij-2. Extra ?toek Dobs. LjlOR SALE?SIX BEAUTIFUL ESQ' IMAUX DOC.S. ?T Apply for two days at 512 Sixth av.nne. IjlOR SALE-A THOROUGHBRED POINTER, AT 281 Scooud It reel, Cad L?.?re * oVioek A. M. Price *Sl. vjkttih do ? for UU-WOX BROn>. OQOD retrtcver on land and water; a very superior suipe dog. Apply at 71b Broadway. * BMMM, t'AHUiAt.Ks, AC. ?JAM! S JENKINS, AI'CTMNEER, WILL SFLL AT - auction, on I hursiay, March l!ti. 1H6S, at II o'clock, at open waRons, ajaggers, 8 Doctor Wagons, 5 Pony Phaetons, 1 pair of sorrel Mares, 15)$ hi h, kind In single and double harness, perfectly sound: 1 line bay Mare with, foal; I bay Mare, llUShlgh: 1 bay Horse, 15*; high. 1 black Pony, 14 bands;1 eorrel Horse, I I.:;, trots In 2:50; Robe, Blankets aud e\ erytnliiL' pertaining to the business. Any on? having any thine to self would do weil t(**!nd to us. as we sell public and private. This Ik the ol 'est , 1,-tre l(f tl)e kl'td 111 the city. At or It KECJt LAK SALE TO-MORi:<)W FRIDAY, AT 1-M., will be sold the last and beautiful trotting Colt \ouni- Champion, l?x nigh, coming six year* this soring; ?'red by Champion; dam, thoroughbred trotting mare Kate Hays; is hall brother to Bonner's celebrated Auburn horse. Was raised at Loekpwrt, N. Y.t by Mr. K. llpton, and taken to Hiinalo to trot in th?% purse for iireen horses that never brat 8:10, 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 been on track since. He Is line chesnut, with stripe in lace, of line symmetry. style and gall, and is warranted sound and kind and to beat 2:S\ and one of the most promising colts of his age in the State. Full par ticulars. Ac., In Friday's Herald. JOHN L. VANDEWATEK, Auctioneer, 24 Duane street. AT JOHNSTON .t VAN TASSELL'S -iV (I.ate Miner \ Somerville's) THIS DAY AT 12 O'CLOCK. _ HORSE AUCTION MART, 112 East Tblrteeutb street, Marble Stabies, near Fourth avenue. . Down town office and salesroom, 62 Liberty street. Ce.ntlemen having prlvide est i ltshmeuts which thev wish to dispose of as well as those wishing t.i purchase an'vthlng In the horse line, will find it to their advantage to give us a Our dealings are almost exclusively with merchants and business men, and our establishment is conducted on the same straightforward principles whfeb govern honorable people in other branches of trade. A register Is kept of horses, carriages, Ac., in the cltv and adjacent. * At private sale. Parties wishing to buy or sell Carriage Teams, Road norses. Trolling Horses, Wagons or.Carriages of any kind will find It to tbeir advantage to register either at our mart or at our down town olllce and salesroom, 62 Liberty street, near Nas sau street. A LOT OF FIRST CLASH HORSES JI'ST FROM THE country to be sold cheap or exchanged for horses of less value; young and sound, fit for all kinds of business. In quire at otl Canal street. NO. 24 DI ANE STREET?OCR NEXT REG CLAP, sale of superior trotting and family stock will take place to-morrow (Friday), at 1-2 M., In part, trotting Colt Votin? Champion, 15'-, high, six years, beats 2 ; Messenger Mare, IS high, seven years, will trot in 2:_>0; blood hav Mure lo>. high, seven yearn; brown Family Home, 19?/ high, six years with other line Horses, all fully warranted. Also city' ma.It new and second hand Trotting and Family Wagons, bv Brew ster and others. Particulars to-morrow. JOHN L. VANDEWATER, Auctioneer, 24 Duane street. -JAMES JENKINS, AUCTIONEER, WILL SELL Vr . auction this day, at 11 o'clock, nt 1,401 Kroadw iv near Forty-first street, a buy Mare, 1 litf ban.is, 4 y irs, tr.'ts in 2:50, sound and kind; by Henry H. Patchen, darn Faladlu mare; she is one of the most promising mares ever offered to the public. atH k?ii(t **6' ' year8' ^ hatulKi for heavy work, sound A gray Mare.fi years old, sound and kind. A bay Mare, R years. IB hands, a line driver and very gentle A bay Mare, lb hands, 7 years old, sound and kind. Also several other Horses. AVS! BARCLAY STREET?LARGE ASSORTMENT OP Carriages, comprising desirable styles of two, four and six scats. Harness ot all grades and finish. Iif?MAS E- HICKS. AM SPLENDID SADDE PONT, FOR EITHER LADYOR gentleman; is also broken well to carriage; sound and Tree from all bad tricks; for stile cheap. W* C. A C. M. MOSEMAN, 89 avenue D. ANY REASONABLE OFFF.R ACCEPTED I'NTIL M \Y 1, On account of removal?Phaetons, Itockawavs, Cabrio lets, Victoria*, Wagons, Pony Wagons, Jtr.; second haiul Coaches, Bretls, Phaetons, Bockaways aud Wagons? good as sortment of tiue Coaches and ttretts. MOT'!' CO., No. 8 Bond street. A lUlJXrtIL,IP"I>?Y FROM JACKSON, MICH.?J, C. ^ I ' ?*. Twe,,t>'-"rth ?treet. has inst arrived with , "ke|5r ronng Horses-matched pairs, single and saddle horses?which be offers for sale at reasonable prices. A ~r,?'.P? AND LIGHT ROCKAWAYS. PARK, PONY, 4. ; Uoclo1" "and Basket Phaetons; Coaches, Barouches, Victorias, Cabriolets, Dog Carts, Top n:?| Open Wagons, Ex press. Business, Depot and .Tagger Wagons, at greatly re duced prices, at GRAY'S, 22, 24 and 26 Wooiter street. A -FOR SALE, THE STOCK OF A WELL KNOWN -?V. and old established Llveir Stable, doing a gooil busi ness. A lease will be given of the premises. Inquire at Cooper's livery stables, ifo Charles street. AN ELEpANT SIX SEAT WESTCHESTER ROCKA way, Park, Pony and Basket Phaetons, Victorias, Bug gies, Depot Wagons, Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Ac., very cheap. Several second hand Carriages. TAYLOR'S, 89 Cedar street. A PONY PHAETON, ON PLATFORM, 8PRIN(iS, POLE and shafts. In good order; 40 second hand Carriages; our new stock 86 per cent less than Broadway stores. . HAM'S, Fourth street and Broadway. A CHANCE FOR FARMER8.?A TEAM OF CHUNKY built Mares, well bred, will be sold for any price; also a Canadian Pony, heavy built, 7 years old, cheap. 468 Pearl St. A? 2S3 MERCER STREET, BELOW FOIRTH?NEW . Carriage and Harness Repository, where Carriages of all kinds can be bought at the lowest market prices. Harness, double anil single, 3u per cent lower than any other establish ment. Call and see. A LARGE SALE OF NEW AND SECOND HAND Coupes, Coaches, Phaetons, top. no top and road Wag ons, Horses, Hsroess, Ac., will take place on Saturday, March 28, at 222 Mercer street, at 11 A. M. prompt. The above sale Is positive and wltliout reserve, to close out a concern, and Is worthy attention of private parties, stable keepers, hackmen and farmers. Full particulars In Herald or by application at place of sale, where the stock may he seen. A PRIVATE STABLE TO LET?CONTAINING FIVE stalls and room for eight carriages, at 225 East Thirty sixth street; also a Stable of five stalls In Fortv-Hrst street, near Fonrlb avenue. J. C. BAILET, 10 fifth street. A HARP ^ANCK, AS THE OWNER IS TO LEAVE /\^tbe city, Horse, Cart and Work for sale at 78 Beekman A SORREL HORSE, VERT STYLISH, 8 YEARS, I5W hands sound aril kind, will be sold very cheap. 153 Twenty-ninth street, between Sixth and 8eventh avenues, ?table yard. ' A NEARLY NEW TOP BUGGT. SHIFTING SEAT; r.rnokVvn H*??* for ?'? cheap. W Myrtle avenue, AR5V 1*>OOW8? CARTS, AMBULANCES, TENTS, Truck Horse Covers, MeClellan Baddies, Mule Collars PtstolsJ's ibres' Government Blankets mew, *2, A. CARTER, lit Cortland street, near Greenwich. * CHANCE- SELLING OCT?TWO HORSES AND I J T L ' ,lld oM' and kind, 15 hands high, free .Irlver*. and one nice black Horse. 7 years old. sound and kind, 15)i hands high, long tall and mane stylish driver, lit for alAinds of business &ce ilW "" j jf'15 each. Inquire at 240 Second street, lager beer saW between avenues B and C. ' /1ARRIAOE8?GREAT BARGAINS.?NOW ON HAND ^ several Carriages on consignment, which must he sold! Several second baud, at milJ>argaW All styles Harness. ??? u , H Carriage Depot, n-01 Broadway, near Bleecker street. fJXEClTTOR'S HAI.E. 'J Krldav morning, March t7, at 10)4 o'clock, at the stable*, 51 Great Jonei atreet, Thf late Mr. A. M Coniena' Horse*, Carrlarea. Slejgh, Harneaa ai\d Stable Furniture; alio hid entire ?lock of Wlnea, Clareta, Sherrlea, Port, Madeira, Ac.; one pair aorrel Horse*. 15.8, banc talli; these norsee, for ?trie and action, are tininrpaaaed, If equalled, bjr any pair of horse* In thli city; drive together or tandem: also a third Horne; drives with either of the sorrels; an elegant brown Hnne, a Do* Cart hjr Wood Brother*, two aeu of Harneai. Ac. Can be aeen a* a bore. XPRKSS WAOONS FOR sale.- apply TO H. JONES, ISO Weat Thirty-Brat street. Ing E For sale?a pair or bay horses, ? and ?.isk handa high, dark point*; alao a aet of Harneaa and a good family Carriage. P. COAKLEY, 144 Pacific atreet, Brooklyn. t^OR sale-a very fine pair of small-sized r Mulea, three jreara old, aound. gentle and true; good travellers; flneaplrlta; suitable for light team In ; or truck or for expressing. Addreaa boi 57 Railway, K. J. For sale thirteen horses just from the countiy; ouIt all klnda of work; (60 to <CWo; a team of good roan, W hands, A yenra. 1*0 Concord street, Brooklyn. IjlOR SALE-A HANDSOME SIX SEAT rockawat r Carriage, shifting glaa* front, good aa new; Hold for want of use cheap. Apply In the tea atore oorner of Fulton and Main atreeta, Brooklyn. IjloR SALE A SIX-SEATED rookaway, BUILT BY Miner A Stevens; alao a four-seated Phaeton ; price $300; and three *?ts donble Harneaa; prlca I'M par aet. Apply at I Ml Kant Thirteenth street. 1/OR SALE-A SORREL HORSE, TRAINED FOR THE r aaddla; goea kindly In double or slnale harneaa, perfectly aound, nine yeara old. Apply at Eagle Club stablee, Thirtieth atreet, near Slith avenue. For sale.?a splendid saddle horse for aale, at private atable 331 Weat Fifteenth atreet. Price SMI). fpoR BALE-THE most eleoant pair of matched 1 carriage Horace In thla city; they are closelv ifiatched, fine ateppera and perfect In every reapect. Plica $4,00(1. Alao ? Coupe, Brett and Phaeton ; one line double aet gold and cov ered inounted llarneea, one do. silver, together with Blanket*. Whip*, Robea, Ac., at private (table 147 (old No.) Eaat Twen tieth atreet. j>OR HAJ.F-A WINDLASS TRUCK, HARNESS AMD 1 team of /oan lloraea, very low. Call at flM Water at. rOR SALE a' splendid TEAM OF TRI CK HORSES, warranted ?o.uud and kind. Apply at 107 Eaat Twenty < enth at reel. F _ HORSES, CARRIAGB8, AC. IWI BALK?A HOKKE, FIT FOR caut OK EXPR1 88; to be sold fur want of use. Inquire at No. & Macdou^al street I^OR sale-TWO SPLENDID SADDLE HORSES, highly trained for lady or gentleman, and two ponies, one ot' tbein larjje enonyh for a voting gentleman or lady, and highly trained. Apply at 7 West Thirteenth street. For sale?bay mark, 7 years, isy, st?s; brown Mare, In ?, 75; t ray Horse, lfi hands, *;HI; all souud and ktud. 71M Washington street, corner of Bunk. IjMJR sale TWO PAIRS Of'exTRA fine I>AKK HAY Horses, 15.8 hands; very stylish, sound, kind and gentle; one Brewster Phaeton, one Top Bugyy, two sets of double Harness and one set slu.le, all In good order. Inquire of HOTCHK IBS, 92 Beekman street. For salf?an elegant bhick stable on for ty-thlrd street, between Ki th and Sixth avenues; 2Ui80; Ki?,000. ' WM. H. KAYNOR, No. 6 Pine flreet. FOR 8ALE-THE TWO CKLI BRATED STUD HORSES, Black Hawk and Gray Eagle, one hix, the other seven fears old, IB1, hands ht>,h, writhing 1,MI0 pom iU each, and or style, strength and beauty cannot be excelltd bv any horses in this cmmtry. I hey are as desirable for draught as they are for stock purposes. Can be seen for ten day a at Oscar Jackson's, Jamaica, L. I. I [TOR SALE?COUPE BOCKAWAY, IN GOOD ORDER; three springs, shifting front, tins* all around, back straps; good style ; newly varuis.ied. 4^7-Fulton avenue, near Auel plif street, Brooklyn. IIOR SALE?A BAY HORSE; WARRANTED ROUND 1 andjientle; a fast traveller; sold for want of use. Ap ply at 1st put street, cur ?r of Broome. FOR SALE- FIVE LARUE draught HORSES; ALSO one valuable farm Mure, at Ml New Chambers street. For pale low?two stylish young is hand express Horses, also one 17 hand powerful truck Horse, .-*178;all sound and kind, at 138 West 1 hirteentb street. I-ton salf.-a pair of handsome ponies, warranted In every respect; price $300; to be seen at 74 Greenwich nvenue. I TOR SALT' CHKAP?ONE ."-LOSE COACH, IN HOOD ' order, with shifting panels; one Team of llorfccs, Mack, 7andHyeara old, sound and ki:id In all harness; one Is a splendid saddle horse for ladles or gentlemen; also Doublo Harness. Inquire of H. 1'IPKIt, Ninetieth street, third door from Third avenue, Yorkvllle. /GOVERNMENT PROPERTY AT PRIVATE SAI.E IT New and second hand IIirneM, Saddles, Ac., .Military Clothing, Wool urnl Kuldier Blankets, Wn.on and Horse Covers, Tarpaulins, (.rain Baas, Tents of all kinds, with poles complete; Ouleers' McCiellan Saddles, ?-S0; Bridles, &19Bto$5; Artillery Saddles, J 1U to.?U<. PITKIN ,t CO., No. fi Park place, New York; 71 North Second street, Phila delphia. Horse . wanted?any centleman having a sound, kind Hint sood driving Horse, not over 8 year* old, suitable (or family use, not utriild of locomotive, 15 or 15>6 hands high, cheap for cash, warranted, mav hear of a fiurchaser by audMtslug box ti,Ut>9 l'obt olllce, wltb deacrip lou of horse and price. Harness. -A set of lioiit double harness, covered mountings, new, of the bent material and work manship; also two sets oi' limit single square gold plated Mountings, new, a splendid artlele; for sale at a sucrliicc. 306 East Thirty-second street, second floor. TUST FROM VERMONT?TWO VERY STYLISH ROAD el Horses; also a fine family coach Team, Ifi hands high, well matched and good travellers; all free from tricks, Ac., and warranted sound and kind In every way; also n pony I'srk Phaeton, new, price ^175. Apply to WM. COLLlNS, 146 Third avenue, New York, till sold. PRIVATE STABLE WANTED TO HIRE-NEAR TIIIR ty-tMrd or Thirty-fourth utreet ami Madison avenue. Address Stable, box l,b50 Post olllce. QTABLES?A LARGE PRIVATE STABLE FOR SALE, p In Twentieth street, near Third avenue; size 25x92; price $7,0011; immediate possession. ROBERT T. KEEKS, 81 O Jar street. TRUCK AND CART8.?ONE 8ECOND HAND DOUBLE Truck and one second hand half hprSn?: Cart, as good as new, for sale cheap. Also one new Coal Cart. Apply at 75 First avenue. rro LET?PRIVATE STARLE AND CARRIAGE HOUSE. A Inquire at 86 Seoond avenue, near Fifth street. rilO LET?PRIVATE STABLE ON WEST FIFTIETH 1 street, near Sixth avenue; rent.: 8(H). Apply to EDWARD TIMPSON, 115 und 117 Nassau street, room 11. TIT ANTED?ORE BAY HOPSE, 15?.< HAN OS Ilfdft; TT one brown Horse, 16', hau ls high. They must lie ranpy, high knee action, sound, kind in double and single harness and cood roadsters. Only owners of tirst cla?s horses, combining all these qualltli s, nee?l apply at stables No. 5 Ea.-t Eighteenth street, between 10 aud II o'clock A. M. "TP"ANTED?TO EXCHANtlE, A VERY HANDSOME TT road Waton, made by good maker, weight 175 lbs., has been used a little, for a younn ir.are of good blood, promising speed, not under three nor over live years old; Will pay the difference in cash. Address box 211 Post cilice, Railway, N. J. TXTANTED?FROM THE 1ST OF MAY, A SMALL TT Stable. In the neighborhood of Cramerey Park, with accommodation for three or four horses and wagons; moder ate rent. Address T. A. W., box lot Post utl.ee. WANTED A FIRST RATE SADDLE 1IORSF. AND none other; prlee no object if the animal be, worth it. Address, with particular description, H., box 215 Post olllce. WANTED?STABLING FOR NINE OR TEN HORSES, with room for wagons, Ac., below Blcecker street and west of the Bowery. Address, stating terms, Ac., The Ameri can News Company, 119 and 131 Nassau street, N. Y. <fl?i nn ok *ir-(i WILL hk paid for a GOOD OLD ?JAH" Horse for a down town cart. Call on or address Mr. HRADY, 14 Leonard street. dJjKfin WILL purchase A BAY HORSE, 16 HANDS ?t)v'U high; Phaeton and covered mounted Harness; Phaeton not ruu 100 miles; horse worth the money. Apply at 598 Broadway. Innn SETS OF HARNESS, AT #12 TO 9S0 PER ,Ul/U set; ladies' and gents' Saddles and Brldl?s, Sheets, Lap Robes, Halters, Surcingles, Whips, Ac., at GRAY'S, 22, 24 and 26 Wooster street. ^ SPORTrNO. CASES SPENCER CARBINES AND RIFLES RK finished like new, for sale at about half price. CHAS. FOLSOM, 83 Maiden lsne. LOST AMI FOUND. . A GOLD WATCH AND CHAIN WAS FOUND LAST summer In Sixteenth street, near St. Franeis chnreh, marked No. 971. Address Miss Cassy, Spring street Post office, LOST-IN THE SMASH UP ON LONO ISLAND RAIL road on Wednesday, March IS. a Indy's Fur t'apn, brown silk lining, for wiileh a suitable reward will be palil. Call at Combes, NU A Co.'s, Washington Market, on West, near Dey street. LOST-BOOK OF ABOl t FIVE QUIRES CAP PAPER, paper binding, containing entries of sales of machines, their numbers, names of manufacturers, Ar. A suitable re ward will be paid for Its return to Samuel Leg^ett, 424 East Twenty-third street. LORT-ON TUESDAY, 24TH INST.. Sl'PPOSED IN A Fifth avenue stage, between Eighteenth and Chambers streets, a lady's Poeketbook, containing a sum of money and some receipts. The finder will receive a reward of $ltlbvre turning ssrne to E. B. Nostrand, 41 Fulton street, New York. LOST-ON 19TH INST.. FIREMAN'S MALTA CROSS NO. 497. The finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving the same at No. 7 North Moore street. JOST-ON TI ESDAY, MARCH 94, BETWEEN TWENTY J fourth and (/'anal streets, a square Blank Book, with purple flexible cover, containing a library Index and other manuscript notes. A liberal reward will be paid for the re turn of the above to D. Van Nostrand, 193 Broadway. REWARDS. dSl/\ REWARD.?LOST, A SKYE TERRIER, ANSWER ?]pL"" Ing the name of Mat. Tlio above reward will be paid on leaving him at No. 1 East Thirty-eighth street. dS/Tf\ REWARD.?LOST, ON SATURDAY EVENING, on Broadway or Sixth avenue, near Thirty-sixth street, a (inld Watch anil Fob Chain; walrh made by Ho& tandon Freres, Lode; half chronometer, 14,586 and 8,2*3. The above reward will be given by owoer by returning same to 1,884 Broadway. (feinn REWARD, AND NO QUESTIONS ASKED? ?BUM/ Lost, on Broadway, on Friday last, a Package of Silk Tram icolors, red, drab and brown). The above re ward will be paid by leaving It at 196 Chambers street, He Gregor's Paterson Express. REWARD?STOLEN FROM THE OFFICE OF ?? JlM J A. C. Klngsland A Sons, 56 llroad street, 32 Bonds Mariposa Mining Co., Nos. 1,466 to 1,486 both inclusive; 11 Bonds Southwest Pacific Railroad, Nos. 9,10,11, 13, IS, 14, lf?, 16, 17,18 and 47; also Virginia6 percent Bonds, 8of f 1,000 each, old bonds, Nos. 1:1,(114, 11,129, 11,010; 6 \ Irglnla new State 6 t>er cant *600 Bonds, Nos. 8.618, 4.931, 4,961, 4,962 and 4,953; also sundry certificates of stock In the name of A. C. Klngsland and A. C. Klngsland A Sons. fSOO reward and no questions asked will lie paid for the recovery of the above property, which Is of no use to any persons save the owners, payments on and transfers of the same having been stopped A. C. KINUSLAND A SONS., 66 Broad street. NEWSPAPERS. ^ ^ CHARLESTON MERCERY. S. 0?A QUARTER IN terest In Mercury; a Mortgage of f6,000 on evenrthlng belonging to said paper for sale. Address box 4,860 Post office, New York. PROPOSAL*. Nayy department, WaawtwOTOH, March 9, 1*<"A Sealed proposals will be waived until the 10th of April, at 12 o'clock noon, for the purchase of the following vessels ? At the Boston (Mass.) Yard. The Shawnee and Wassuc. At League Island, Pa. The Canonlsus. Cohoea. Koka, Nauaett, Waxsaw, Yatoo, Tanxis, Naubuc, Modoc, Napa, Souando and Suncook. At Mound (ilty, III. The Etlsh, Klamath, Shllob, Ump'iua, Yuma, Neosho, Mari etta and Sandusky. The proposals will state the prices that will he given for the vessels In their present condition and with such fittings as are now attached to them. The vessels can he seen and all necessary Information concerning Uism will be given by the eommandanta of the stations. The right la reserved lo reject any or all of the proposals If tbelr acceptance Is not for trie Interest of the government. Twenty per cent of the purchase money will be required within three days after a notification of the acceptance of a proposal, to be forfeited In case of non-completion of the purrhaae, and the balance upon the final delivery of the vessel. The proposals should be endorsed "Proposals for pur chase of Iron-clads." GIDEON WELLES, Secretary of the Navy. BILLIARDS. WH. ORIFFITH, 1*6 ri'LTON STRSET, OFFERS . for sale a fine stock of new and second hand Tablee at replaced prices. Tables cut down la the standard site. FINANCIAL. Atlantic sayings bank, Chatham square, New York. SI* per cent interest allowed A on deposits from if 1 to $5,000. w OBPOSITS HA OB NOW RECEIVE INT. REST FROM Al'RIL 1. HARRISON HALL, President. J. P. Cooitr, Secretary. C. D. BAII.KV, Treasurer. A88EP8MENT.-THI; belcher silver mining Company has levied an asseasment of ?.-2S28 In void per foot. Delinquent l .ih of April; delinquent sale May 14. \Va are prepared lo transmit amount* due by Eastern stock holders. LKE8 A WALLER, Agent of the Rank of California, 33 Pine street. Benjamin l. mallett, as Nassau street, room No. 5, luis Money placed with Mm to loan on bond and mortgage upon improved property la tlili city or Brooklyn. piTIZEMP SAVINGS BANK, 58 BOWKKY, CORNKR CANAL STREET. SIX PER t;ENT INTEREST ALLOWED ON ALL SUMS FROM five To FIVE thousand DOLLARS. Money deposited now will draw interest from April I. H.ink open erervday from 10 10 3, and also on Monday, Wednesday and Fi [day evening! trom 5 to 7. Hank hooks in Bullish, German and French. Interest payable In July and January. IV)R SALE?CITV RAILROAD STOCKS AND BONDS in nil the first class companies. Also a larj'f variety of Insurance Stoeks and other Securi ties, paying ;,ood dividends, at low rates, for Investments, by ALBERT II. NICOLA , Stock Broker and Auctioneer, No. 4:> Pine street, New York. FOR SALE?ROCHESTER CITV SEVEN PER CENT llrst Mi>rtgu e Water (Company Bonds, which are a brst class security, undoubted for Investments, \vllh a sinking fund provided fortlielr redemption, due ISM. Ittft rest coupons and principal pai l hy tlie 1'ity Treasurer of the city of Rochester. A limited amount of the Bonds are offered for aalo in lots to suit purchasers, at a consider iblo reduction below par I'or the present only, by ALBERT H. N1COLAY, Stock Broker and Auctioneer, No. 4!5 Pine street, New i ork. HOI STON, GAS COMPANY BONDS. The undersigned oBer for sale $40,000 of Mortice Bon is of the Houston ( nsll lit Company, State of Texas. The bonds are part of an issue of by tho company and are secured by a mortgage on their franchise and the entire property of the company to P. N. Spoil ord, Trustee. Interest, Ht ten per cent per annum. Is payable semi-annually, at the 0(11 ce of the eompauy, In Houston, or In this city at the olllce of the undersigned. BPOFrORD, TILERTON A CO. ONEV TO LOAN?AT 7 PER CENT, ON FIRST CLASS property la tills city. KIVG .t ro., 187 Broadway. M UNION DIME SAVINGS BANK, NOS. 896 AND 3!'8 Canal street, corner Lalght.?Six per cent Interest, free of tax, on i^5 to it 6,000. Money deposited before April 1 will tear Interest l'rom that date. "Assets i 4,d46,s8tl 07. <2?-| AA WANTED FOR HO OR DO DAYS, FOR WHICH Jpl UU a large bonus will he paid an I seaurlty glvon on furniture worth at leant $1,000. Address immediately W. Henry, Herald ollce. d??AA-FOR ONE YEAR, ON CHATTEL MORTGATGE ?Jm )UI' worth $3,000; good bonus. Address box 0,6-0 1'ost olllce. ?WANTl-'D TO BORltOW FOR A SHORT i term $7U0, for which good security and Interest will bo gh en. Address Cash, llcrald office. WANTED?ON FIRST CLASS security; $1?UUU in addition, the lender, if he likes, can rent a small, elegantly furnished house, or receive board and rooms. Ad truss B. L., box ?< Herald olllee. i n nnn t? loan tN scms from $">,000 up ?P"i ' M '" ' wards, 011 B inds and Flr.it Mortgages or Real Estate, New York city. Apply to D. R. CU1L1P, 67 Wall street. (feOOA AAA TO LOAN?AT SEVEN PER CENT, ON V?'?"Mm I bond and mortgage 011 New York and Brooklyn property, la Minis suit, CALLENDEK, LAI'RENCE * CO., 30 Pine street. (J.O-A AAA TO LOAN ON BOND AND MOHT': AiJE, Ot)' M '.1 MM/ lu large or small sums, oa real estate in this city or Brooklyn. JOHN F CONREY, 63 Wall street, room 12. nnn ? LOAN ON MORTGAGE, IN SUMS if'jlM/.UUU to suit, on New York and Brooklyn prop erty. five years, at seven per cut. C. E. WILLIS, Moutauk Insurance Co., 168 Broadway. LOAN OFFICES. AT 77. MONET LIBERALLY ADVANCED ON IMA monds, Watches, Jewelry, Ac., or the same b6upht at the highest rates; also Pawnbrokers' Tickets bought for Dia monds, Watches, Jewelry, .<?<?., at 77 Blcscker street, second Boor, three doors west 01 Broadway. AT HVMAN'S, ft",8 BROADWAY, CORNER OF BOND street?Liberal advances made on Diamonds and Watches, Silverware, itc., or will pay the highest market price for the same. AT 212 broadway, ROOM NO. 8, KNOX BUILDING, tho utmost value paid For fine Diamonds, set or unset; Watches, Jewels, Plate, Ac. N. B. -Diamonds, Watches, Ac., for sale cheap. Loans negotiated. J. U. BARKINUhR. \T NO. <1, WF.ST TWENTY-THIRD STREET, FIFTH j\ AvAiue Hole', loans and sales promptly negotiated on Diamonds, WASoMt, Ac. T 6K7 broadway, CORNER OF FOURTH STREET, Money loaned on Diamonds, IVatch?? and oth?r Jewelry. The saine bought and sold. JAMES P. MATTHEWS. Advances made on watches, diamonds, dry Goods and personal property of every description. J. A. JACKSON, 111 (iraud street, two doors west of Broad way. A T 1?5 < RAND STREET. NFAR mulberry STREET, J\. the highest price paid for Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silver Wnre, Silks, Dry Hoods, Ac., or advances made ou the same. Pawnbroker' tickets bought. TV A -MONET LOANED TO ANT AMOUNT ON DIA ? Dry Omul", Ac., nr same bought. Cash advances to merchant*, GLOVER, 27 hunt Fourth street, between Broadway and Bowery. A FIRST RATE ftVl'OP.Tl'NITV FOR THORI HAVING Diamonds, Watches, Silver Ware, fine Laces, Silks, camel's hair Shawl* anil all articles of value to dispose of. The highest rate* will he paid, or cash advanced on liberal terms on the same, at JOSEPH 8. COHEN'S, 736 Broadway, opposite Astor place. AT m9 BROADWAY, CORNER PRINCE street?dia monds, Watches and Jewelry bottght, told anil money advanced on the same Ijv R. ii. lovell a CO., room No. 1. At us west eleventh street, between fifth and Sixth avenues Cash advanced on Furniture. i'lam* forte*, Diamond*. Broniea, Paintings, Mlrrore, Carpets, Book*, Fur*, Jewelry, Hors?a, Carriages. Furniture moved and stored. David m. davis, at his jewelrt store, iw7 Broadway, advance* money to any amount on Dia mond*, Wati in* and Jewelry. Bualncsa strictly private and no signs about the store. Diamonds and watches bought and monev Loaned on them by G. C. allen, 415 Broadway, one door below Canal street. Io west HOUSTON street, ROOM NO. 4, near 0 Broadway.?Advances made on Diamond*. Watches, Jewelry, Dry Goods, or the same purchased at high price*. Pawnbrokers' ticket* loaned upon or bought. Private otlice 1 9h BOWERY, near GRAND ST., rooms 1 AND 2, i up stain, the highest price paid for Diamond*, Watches, Jewelry, Silver Ware, Milks, Ac., or money ad vanced. Pawnbrokers' Ticket* bought. COFAETWMmPB. An active partner is required in a brew cry with a capital of $.1,(100 to $10,0110. Address, till Sat urday, Commerce, Herald office. A PARTNER WANTED-witii FROM $2,000 TO *3,(100 In a newly established business; It p.iys from 50 to 7ft per cent, with the privilege of buying out the entire business; a (iernian preferred. Addreaa A. D., Herald oflice. PARTNER WANTED?in A LIGHT BUSINESS OF eleven years'standing. Apply at A. T. SMITH'S Show Card Gallery, No. 1 Park place, New York. Dissolution of copartnership.-thk firm of (Jailer and Ellenberg has this day been dissolved by mu tual consent. Mr. 3. Ellenberg alone i* authorized to collect all outstanding debt* of the Ann and liquidate all account* agslnst the same. M. OALLKR. Vkw York, March ?,!??>. J. kilenbero. The undersigned will continue the business formerly car ried on bv (Jailer A Ellenberg under the tirm name of Mann helms ? Kileiibcrg. ii. MANNIIEIM8. J. eilenbkro. IfROM *200 TO *400.?PARTNER WANTED IN A 1 pleasant and genteel business ; will make from $4,OOU to $5,000 a year. Inquire In the store, 66 tilsth avenue. PARTNER WANTED IN A OOOD PAYING SOAP factory; no others need apply than a real meaning l/ual oes* man, who ta willing to give his lime, or can dlspoaeof rBo **" '? - A $5,u0o capital. Addreaa Soap, Herald office. PARTNER?A WELL EDUCATED YOUNO AMERICAN, with a small amount of money, aa a partner wanted; references exchanged. Apply on the business place, 835 Broadway, room w. PARTNER WANTED?WHO CAM INVERT A CAPITAL .of $500; will have equal share in an office business of flrsttstandlng; ? German who writes and speaks English pre ferred; best of referenoe given and required. Address Verltoa, Herald office. PARTNER WANTED IMMEDIATELY?in A SMALL, neat, paying manufacturing business; one willing to work and Invest $600 may eiamlna at No. t City Hall plsce, up stair*. PARTNER WANTED?in A OOOD PATING BUSINESS, article ataple, and needed In every family. 41400 cash capital required for one-half Interest _ J. M. MOODY, 498 Broadway. TO STATIONERS.?a PARTNER IN AN ESTABLISHED manufacturing business, with $3,000 to #5,000, a reliable, energetic man. thoroughly acquainted with the business and used to travel Indlpenseble. Addreaa W. P., Herald office. WANTED -A PARTNER WITH A CAPITAL OF FROM f 3,000 to $5,ouo. Address D. S. Trowbridge, 264 Broad way, Mew York. WANTED?a PARTNER IN A FIRST CLASS WHOLE aale and retail bakery and confectionery In one of the best loeatlohs to be found; a small amount down and the balance on time; one who will devote hla attention to the store. Address b., Herald office. -WANTED, A PARTNER IN A WELL Ert j tabllahsd and profitable rash business. Inquire an Cleve, 46 Ann street, second lloor, front. a -lwk WILL SECURE A PARTNERSHIP INTEREST ?fit ll f" In a light, safe business paying 100 per cent profile, with a permanent salary; capital aecured. Apply at 146 Fulton street, room No. a * COPA KTNBB8HUV1 d>7 Kfifl -WANT'.D A GOOD 1U SINK-'S man to O I . * I'll'' With equal Hi 10MM and pur. h..?r >1 toabu fueturni; monopoly, payin- at least -CO.ivtl .mi u.d v. _ OUT* 111 NHS A CO., l? Pine .met. dfc* A/m -TIIB ADVERTISER, WHOSE WELL esta lislicl reputation will Ins ir- success, wishes a partner in t very In??ratu e, respectable business: 1 ? ?i city references giveu. Addles* Confectioner, Hei alii oHh'O. Ann _A PARTNER WANTED, WITH ?J*LU.UUU. tal, In mure fuliy develops .1 valtuble mineral spring property in this Hale. Address H.,1. 4 Hum, 77 Nassau street. <?"in JWUl WANTED?EITHER A* SPECIAL OR ?PtJW.UlMF active, iii n well established bualnci-s of woollen and cotton machinery, holding valuable patent*; profits lieretot'ore over 20 per ciiut nut. AiUmi K., box 2,?ml Pout oilice. A BI SIM'SM opportumtikm. NY GENTLEMAN with 4(3,000 DESIRIN.i TO INVEST In a positively elegant and ;antei I money makln , ruiri ul'acturing buslne-es apply to BRAOSThKET .c CO., tii Broadway, corner Bond street, for two days. ARARH CHANCE. -FOR SALE, A SNUli FACTORY, complete, with orders ahead; any man of activity moat eallze. Apply at .'>35 liroit )way, fourth Hour. ALIVE MAN, artistically INCLINED, WITH y2 WW, can make u ateady biislt of over 6,1100 a year. Men meaning business only apply at ten Broadway, lop iloor, room 14. Any i'iivsictan wishing to purchase a pay Ing oilice practice, well established, can .nlJiut.it Medlcus, box 111! Herald otllee. AN EXCELLENT INVESTMENT IN AN established Hotel in offered on favorable terma; locatioti and busl neaa Ural class; lerma will be made eaay. SOL'THMAYl) .v CO., 1!M Uroadwny. A GOOD INVESTMENT.?FOR SALE, THE TEN yesra* Lease, Goodwill, Fixture*. Ac., of tlie tirst ela s and elegant Russian and Turkish Mar! le Hatha 2a l int Fourth street, New York, aa tin} proprietor Is obll ed to return to Europe. An attentive business man will dear the invent" I capital In ono year, and the knowledge for conducting the establishment may be obtalued In a lew <luy? liy any Intelli gent man. Thert; Ik no other business with leas risk an I surer prolita through all the seasons of the year, and aa the merlin of these batliK beeome daily better known lucre la a fair pr . < peel for an Inereaae 01 tlila business. Inquire of Dr. dill MANN, 25 East Fourth street, New York, from 12 till 2 I'. M. AYOUNO MAN, WITH MECHANICAL TALENT AND , willing to work, wi*Ms to engine In some ju 4nu.a t1.r ing business, where industry will secure a livelihood; can furnlsb some capital. Plen^e stato kind of business, and address Manufa :turer, Herald oilice. A MAN 1 FACTO it Y OF A STANDARD BBAl'TIKI L j\. article, as may be seen In store on Broa Iwny, tti 'bo lted sa'es, wants additional capital. Every tlio .? uid d dlars will clear over live hundred a year. Addic.ia Manufacturer, box 225 Herald oilice. A SPLENDID CIIANCR FOR BUSINESS?FOR HALE j'I The Half Interest of a retiring partner In a first class hotel and dining saloon 011 Broadway: rood location. For particulars, Vo., addross E. A tbox 2S9 Hurald ot&ce. MAN POSSESSING ENERGY AND BUSINESS taet can obtain a partnership in an established and lucrative oilice I.induces. Principals will app:y for p.irtieu lars to BROWN A BERRY, 8% I roadway. t HOTEL PROPRIETOR WITH $10,1100 CAPITAL j\ can hear of a lii?t class Investment If appllcatl 1 is made by letter, stating qualifications ithe house Is situate.I oh the Hudson) to M. I)., dru ^Ist, corner 1 wenty-eighth sum t and Broadway. VLI, WANTING A SAFE AND VERY PROFITABLE business may examine our new Oasllght, better .uid 1 ve times cheaper than ordinary gas; State mil county ri. Ids sold. ELMORE A THORP, 11ft Fulton atreet. -ITIOR SALE?A WELL KNOWN STORE, MANIIFACTI RE I' of ladies' and children's furnishing tjooda, stamplni; and embroideries; established In 1851, and Inc ited in the best part of Broadway, west aide, comprising jood will, lease, stook, materinl for stamping, store tixtures, A c.; a rare opi ortunity for parties wlshlni; to commence a uvll payluu busiuejm re quiring a capital of about ^i!6,U0<). Address J. O., box 1,1'Ju *. Po.t oilice. A ,'DR SALE?THE ONE-HALF INTEREST OF A Rt tirln:! partner in the mauui'aelurlng bualne Y a ^ needapi ly. For particulars upply to J. 11AV1LAND, hard ware, -til Pearl street. T710R RALE?A GOOD CASH BCSINKSP, WELL ESTAB I1 jlslied In this city, and doing a good trade; would sutl a man of mode: ate means. Address J. O., Herald office. TTIOR RALE, OR ACTIVE PARTNER WANTED- A I valuable Manufacturing Business, aeeured ? >y patent, where larue pronts are made and the sa.es are cash, the only object of the advertiser being to net time or help, so as to at tend to other business on hand. N ne hut men with cash and meaning buaiae-a need apply. Adoreas N. J., box 189 Herald oilice. ' Hotel at a bargain, with splendid first class Re taurant atta.hed; receipts d.iily ijcmtl; price, part cash, $(5,000; location lirtt class; 'Ids city. MERRIAM, 64 Fulton street. Money, cam. at the merchants* hotel, Cortlandt street, and see the greatest Butter Maker ever yet Invented; just patented and Rights for sale by the In ventor at tlrsv prices. Caeb or its equivalent taken. Sells al sight. "VJ"EW USE FOR ELECTRICITY?AS VALUABLE AND XN more important than any purposes for which It Is now usnd. Cnpltnl wanted, for which liberal terma and a fortune can be made. Address Telegraph, Herald oilier. Rake ohanck.-any oBNTLRMAn havtno a 1 little capital and fond of travelling can meet Willi one of the moot extraordinary opportunities for money making ever otrered by applying Immediately at 118 East Twenty third street. SUPERIOR CHANCE TO ENtiAGE with PARTY manufacturing goods secured by patent, paying lou per rent. Capital required from $2,000 to Address P., Herald office. Tea and coffee store, third avenue, at a bargain: low rent; lease; price iH'JOO. Stock If wanted at the valuation. Great bargain. M Fulton street, room No. 1. The stock, fixtures, lease and oood a ill of a lirst cihrs (Jenl's Furnishing Store will be sold to a re sponsible party having the requisite capital. The bullneM la wi ll established, location unsurpassed, and la In every way a desirable opportunity for a person wishing to cn';m;o In this line of hoslness. Address, with real name, btatlug where an interview may I e had, Merchant, station A. WANTED-'TO INVEST IN ANY RESPECTABLE, OOOD paying business, front sjJMlO to $1,1100, or wo'ild bur one. Address, with full particular*, for one week, 11. V., Herald office. WANTED?A Bl 8INF.SS MAN; MI ST HAVE 91,000 each ; the business nan be made Immense and prortta ble Immediately; mum cro to St. Louis; business to run ten years. Addresa A. S. A. Co., box 229 Herald office. WANTED?A PARTY WITH FROM MJN To flymTO buy the Interest of retiring partner In a safe manufac turing business paving lar?e profits; none but those meaning husineitg need applv. Address, stating where an interview can be bail, C. H., Herald ollloe. i')|Wt TOIM WANTED, A OOOD, STEADY MAN, lii a llaht manufacturing business; lar:e profits, r?ady sale, at wholesale. Call at orice at t>43 Broadway, room No. 1^ nnn -HALF interest in a cash manu facturlng Business, now In suco ssful iter ation ; profits fifty per cent. To a responsible man liberal ai" raiii;emeiitH will be made. Apply to J. T. SWEET, P3 South ?treet. <f>4) nnn WANTED?ON CHATTEL MORTGAGE, VAiUUU for one year. Ample security wi.rth three tinvs the amount. Will pav good bonus and Interest. Address D. H. R., box 327 Hi raid office. iff nnn -CAPITALIST WANTED-TO ENTER INTO ?).UU'F, business with a party who has the machinery to manufacture a staple article. Power and building will be furnished. Profits sure. Best references given and required. Address Experience, box 148 Herald office. nnn Tf> IM*-wantbd, an entekpkis JO.UUU In*, energetic man, to Join the advertiser In an old eatabll?hC'l shipping business, which has been largely extended; capital In hosts, and under sole control of new partner; no previous knowledge required ; profit* o er J10 Ot II per year. No aceots dealt with. Address Shippers, Herald office. DRY HOOPS. /Va'rhkts. -CLEARING out sale or CARPETS, oil cloths. Window Shades, Ac., on easy terms. Paymeuts taken monthly. A rare chance for housekeepers. D. KELLY A CO., Corner of Twenty-fifth street and Sixth avenue. 1POR SALE TO-MORKOW MORNING TO ONE PARTY 1 all the Dry clouds In store 6H2 Third avenue thst were damaced by tire and water; arrangements for auction In store If required. HI MAN HAIR. A larce assortment of Switches and fashionable Hair Ornament* at If. (lUILM ARD'H, ..'a Canal street. A MA1SON FRANCAISE. -NO CONNECTION WITH ANY other house. Ladles and dressmakers pro not nice t lis trimmed and plain Patterns made by Mme. RON PART to far surpass all others. New and original models for spring, which cannot be seen or found elsewhere, Invented every day. Patterns sent everywhere by mall or express. flil Broadway. PETIUNY-MEURISSE. Special Millinery Trimmings, Patterns Bonnets. Liberal discount to merchants. SI BAST NINTH STREET, near Fourth avsnue. MIIAIWBRY. . ^^ ~ AT BIS BROADWAY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH M-n. W. HA3SFORD will open for the trade a splendid assort ment of Paris Flowers and Ornaments. CARD?THE LATEST NOYELT1ES IN PARIS MIL Ilnery. Mrs. C. LEVINS, Mrs. JH. . OOSSON, 42 University p'ace, corner of Eleventh street ACARD.-WE WILL OPEN THIS DAY NOVELTIES In spring Bonnets and Round Hats, to w hich we Invlts a general inspect lot?. M. T. HIOOINS, V.M *uth ivenus. Ijl mathers A CO., m BROADWAY, WILL HAVE 'J. their opening of French Bonnets and Round I! its, with a choice selection of Spring Novelties, ou Wednesdsy, March 26, and Thursday, Mth. JAMES TUCKER'S STOCK IS replenished FOR THE season. His Millinery UoMh are the finest that enter this market. The extensive burglary committed st his st .re, BUS Rr>>ndwav, on the 11th or IMh of this month, will not In any way retai.l his trade. *1,000 reward Is now offered for the food* taken, consisting of tilald and plain veliets, bonnet silks anil satins, laces and ribbons, or In proportion for any part thereof returned In go<?l orler. JAMKS TUCKER, Broadway. Madamegaloupeav late m vthilde*coa no. H Hrevoort place (M Easl Tenth stre-t), near Broadway. *111 open Paris MlUlnery on Thursday, March iW. MILLINERY. _ MILLINERY <>Pi-NINO.?R. THOMPSON A CO., i17 roa lway, will open mi Wednesday, March 3#, an4 Thursday, March iiti, their stock 'if Fre.. Ii Puttern 1 onaet, ai. l It',iiii i Hat*. The trade ar? respei tiu.ly invited to call. XI ADAM LO ETT, 768 BROADWAY, WILL OPEN ON -il Wednesday audThurs ay March -'an J, a lian lsom? a? irtm.nt of spring and summer Bonnets ana (lata 1 alio ex hl"it some pretty <!t ngns in Ureses. AIRS. WEST, CORNER OK COURT AND BACKBIT -ti streets, Brooklyn, will open on Tliun ay, March 26, a handsome assortment of (Spring an 1 Summer Bonnet. anil Hats. Mrs. lamb would invitk her customers and wholesale buyers to call and ex.um. e her lar^e and choice assortment of Lad h i* "res* Caps, Hea itr?*Hs?ui, Ate. Mr*. LAMn, -i'i Br< n I way, B"tween !ihtceutli Hii-i Fouiteenth its. \fK*- K. MACSHANE WILL OPEN THIS DAY, FOR ^ ? *lu? hiaiH ctioii of her customers and the trade, a splen did >M>rtimnt of Spring and bummer ouuetfl. of all tue latcht i arlaiau utylfs. c. A. I>A IPSON, 864 ami 2-J4>j Bowery. Mrs. ai: u a co., ais sixth avenue, will open ?m Wednesday. April 1, with a choice assort out of ? Millinery (ioods, and ratt?*rn itouneis, trimmed Tuildia Laces, Ribbons, Sts.iws, Fluwers, Frames, Kouu 1 Hats, with every novelty of the n i?in. MRS. O. W. AliLKN, tit'.i ,nvi ION Si'.RET, WILL open, on Wednesday an l Tliurs ay, the j all in1 2i ill, a case oi Imported Pattern Bonnet*; ali-'i, achoi c selection of berown manufacture and deal n. in. In um, m elegant stock of French Kiowa?, Lacos, Blondes aid Illusions, ami at the very lowest prices. Country mlllli era wialiln, to pur clt;:s tiaivalns would do well to ciJl before purchasing else where. 4H;.j IllvUion street. 1 I ADAMI DELONi!, SINCE THE LATE KIKE OK BAR .11 mini's Musi am, can bo m en at II t losl y struct or Ml n roadway. M iSS M. A. ttOKDER, NO. 7^ FULTON AVENUE, Brooklyn, will ha e tier annual etiiu.-dtiou of Sprin , and Summer V: Misery on Thursday, Mur? i 2n. A choice *e e ti 'ii of the newest pat t. ri: Rouniis, together with all tin; styn*a of ? <?und Huts, to which till j invites her customers and public l.i . corral. \ J ADAM!-: KA1IN. NO 225 SIXTH AVI N K, BETWEEN i'l Fourteenth auu Fifte? uth sli is, wi.l open a very ?ie?l m i o and o'eenut mock of Krcucb Miltii.ciy on Thursday, March iltf, Ihrtv. VJ APAMK PHltREUO, FOUMIKl/Y AT NO. & GREAT J3i. J one* street, new nt N". H L;i ayett?^ pla? e. 1'nrli S|?1111?, Milii ery. ILr.INKHY OPKNINO THIS DAY (TH .SDVY).? I'aiiHrn BounetM m?l Pattern Hiitnan t Millinery (loodav Sili;^ and Floweni. Thi.4 in t.'ie pvjula!* on. nln/? 'My. L. BI.NNrf, 5?7 Broad way | opposite Metropolitan Hotel. / \PENJNO WEEK. ' J P ?ttPrn HonneN, t rimmed Jockeys, with a choice stock of MMil?:??ry tioodn. Spring impoi tatiou of IirA BEARD, 4.'?7 lire a iway. OPCNHVM A. TMISOORFI'.K. 21 ANf> J11 ?' DIVISION m? 11"'t, will ''; ??!), on We iut'Hiiay and Thursday, the i! th and 'Jiitli u'Htx., with a new and ?'!;? ant stocs oi trench Bon uetrt ati't il iis; uis ? a lar;,<? and c<impler?? si ,, k m Mlllini'iy ? a i of their own importation, to w hi h . hey Invite iu? e.spis iai attuntlou of tin? tru ('ad ?*v ni.ie before purchasing, OPENil M . f ISOOKt*'l.'.l, 21 and -I iJjviaion street. M OPENlNf. ?)K SPRINI STYLES fM BONNETS, Hound HaU a'id Mllllm ry ' .oodi, ;it EUKICH'8 Tempi, of Kaihlon, on Tliius lHy and Kri'hiy, ,\i ?? .h .tn ?7, 219 Elghtli avenue, betweenTWMtjr-fonrtli a fTwe t> - 1 t.*, OPENING THIS DAY OP THlM'tiED P\TlKi;N Fi :imes, eoi letl from all lli" prim Ipai lull inny e l. I ? h! me.ntH In the city, at the New Yoi c ltonuct Frame Manuiau* tory. 3H Canal street, opposite Mi ri er. PARIS AND LONDON K<> .VD HATS FROM W. C. I r i wii, 13 and 14 >S iv iiond street, ii'indon. Uadlt s will Mid an ? ir^ant selection. Imported by K. UROW.., at Kc'i Broadway, next door to Dlbley's. QLOASE'S, R19 CANAL STREET, NEAR BROADWAY, . ' will open ThurH lay, March 2tf. a spluti lid aisoitment oi French Millinery (!'?i s,, cKtnpiUluB t'1" late novultles; ii'Huacan' nt French Imported Bonnets anil Round lints. Tbo trade supplied with Millinery floods and Pattern i.ui MU uu favorable terms. CPBINO VILLINERY. MRS. DAVIDSON, S8 UMVER t1 slty place, will open l'ai Is Spring; and Miinmcr Millliiery of the latest Mode, on Thursday next, March 2ii. IIOUMEH, ROOMS, U \NTEO. \ SMALL HOI SK WANTED.?Ml -;T HAVE tiOOD IV yard, water, Ras, He.; loiation ri"t. aiove Eightieth street. Rent luust tie low. Addrt ns O. M., box 151 Herald \ STORE WANTED?ON BROADWAY. BETWEEN ^ ? Eighth and Twpnty-second slreels. Apply to M. A. UU land, No. 3 Beekman street. \ LARflB NI'MBER OK OI P. APPLICANTS FOIt .'\ Houses In Brooklyn are not yet silpplM. Twenty good House, wauted lnunediately. Send tu.l description. No eliari e unless tile property Ii rente I liy us. J. C. SCliOOLEY A CO., 2* Pine street. AclkroymaN DESIRES two FURNISHED ROOMS, near Lexington avenue, Thlrty-llltli street. Term, very low. Address Pastor, station F. FWBXIKBBD OK UNPURNISHED.?WANTED SHORT distance from the cltv, on tbo Hudson river, from May 1, for .mall faml.'y, a neat Cottage. Address, stating location, terms, rt e., C., box l,6i7 Host odlco. House wanted FROM TENTH to TWBBTf-FIFTH street and Third to Sixth svenne; rent from tl,5 0 to f 1.80M; by a good, private responsible party. Addre>? E. wksLY, 107 Fourth avenue. r CNCH COUNTER. -WANTED TO RENT OB MAN 1J age, a tint rate Lunch Counter, In town or rail rmwl de pot. " Mr. HENRY, Cambrian Hotel, Franklin square, Pearl street. TO PRIVATE FAMILIES ONLY.-TWO UNFURNISIirD Rooms required for permanency, or one lari/n K<i m with pantries; location from Twentieth to Thirtieth street. Fourth 11 Venn- to Sixth. Address L., care of Mr. 0. Kitchcn, druggist, 1,273 Broadway. \\TANTF.D -STOKE SUITABLE FOR OR' O BUS1NES9 TT or fancy goods; lower part of Sixth avenue, vicinity Carmine and lJIrecker sts. Address S. H., box 5,U8i) Posioiuue "11rANTED?AN UNFURNISHED SECOND OR Tiff tD VV Floor, of at least three rooms, Iry a gentleman and ?lie mo children); within ten minutes' walk of , ew York Hotel; ter ns not to exceed t SO per month. Addresti Leslie, Herald olllca, stating price and particulars. Y1TANTED?TO RENT, A FURNISHED HOUSE IN A VV respectable locality, for a private faintly; rent not to ex ceed $2,500 per year. Address, with fall particulars, C. L. Levey, No. H lley Street. WANTED-FOK A SMALL OEUMAN FAMILY OF three adults, a lirst or second Floor, containing ft or 6 rooms, lit for housekeeping, In a private bonne between Twentieth and Fiftieth streets. Address House, Herald oil.i e, with full purll ular.. WANTED BY A WIDOW LADY, HER TWO SoNB ami hervant, five Room", unfurnished, In a genteel locution, between Hleecker and Fourt* enlli strei Ik and Tliltd anil Sixlh avenuee; l>est of reference given and roquliei'. Address A. S., station C. WANTED?FOR A YEAR OR LONOI R, A SMAI L VV furnished House, within Ml miles irf New ?'or*. Ad dress, staling rent, D. 44., Herald olhce, New Vork. WANTED-BY A OENTLEMAN AND WIFE, A FLOOR VV of about five rooms; modern conveniences, at ? mo. ler ate rent. Address, stilling terms. Ac., Andrew Ritchie, iS? Fultori street, New York. lirANTED BY TWO RIVOLE (IENTLEMEN, TWO VV connecting Rooms, nicely furnished; !<>?- ? tlori east, be tween Fourth and Twentieth streets. Address, stating terms and fall particulars, H. K., bo* 1,387 Post oiiw?. IlfANTED?A FEW ROOMS, COM PLETELY FUR VV nlshed, for housekeeping for owitieinan, wife and child, below Twenty-third Street, west sl.le. t erms must be ieas?nnl>le. Apply or address S. W446 West street, corner of Hank, stating terms and location. 11 "ANTED?A PURNI3HF.D ROOM, WITH HOT AND VV cold water, also tire, for gentleman and wile; mint have a piano in the parlor; to he between Uroadway and Slxilx avenue; terms not to exceed $8 or ijsW per week. Aodresa bo* ,t,HS7 Post office. WANTED-BY A RESPONSIBLE PARTY, A SMALL House, with Store, for fancy goods business, on Third or Sixth avenue; rent moderate. Address M. P., Herald office. WANTED HY A OENTLEMAN AND WIFE, ONE OR VV two furnished Rooms, suitable for II .lit housekeeping; In the neighborhood of Central Park preferred. Addrrall, SM Union square, stating terms, which must be moderate. V\r ANTED BY A RESPECTABLE AMERICAN FAMILY VV of three, part of private House, west side, six or seven rooms, unfurnished, for housekeeping, In a good, desirable lo cation, at a moderate rout. Address, with particulars, W. R., box Post ollicc, New York. WANTED-BY A GENTLEMAN OF DOMESTIC VV habits and social disposition, a neatly furnished lloom, without board, In the bourn; of *ome rtf |MQUMM> laujr. Atl <Jrew? Captain Trueman, llerald oflice. WANTED?FIRST APK1L, Ft)l R OR FIVE ROOMS, fnlly furnished itoddlng excepted) for housekeeping, between Fourth and Thirtieth streets and Second and Eighth avenues; terms moderate; references. Address, this week, Housekeeper, station D. WANTED TO HIKE A FURNISHED HOISE, IN THE VV country, not over an hour's ride from the city, for a family of three adults. Address, with particulars, box !>tJ3 Post office. WANTED TO KENT-A FURNISHED COTTAOE ON VV the hanks of the Hadaon, a short distance from any of the stations between New York and Y onkera. The advertiser baa no jroung children. Address, stating rsnt, accommoda tion. Ac., A. 7.., Herald office. WANTED TO RENT -From APRIL 1, A SMALL V? House, In Brooklyn or lloboken, convenient to jerry and cart, wtlb from *1* tu ten rooms; rent from to $i,um . A'MreM, altli particular*, Mri. K/ Hiftle Home. ^ 11 ? ANTED?A LOFT, WITH HOISTWAY, FOR MAWP >V factoring purposes; rent not .to exceed WOO. Address J M. T., Herald office. MARBLE MANTELS. MARBLEIZED SLATE MANTELS, HALF THE PRICE of marble. (tend for circular. T. B. STEWART, 101 Sixth avenue, between Thirty-fifth and Thirty-sixth streets. ARBLR MANTELS.-A LAROE stock on iianix alt ready for setting up In buildings, which must be sold In the next thirty lavs at any price, on account of rebuilding. A. M.M'EK, |M Kaat Eighteenth ?t.. near Third a*. MARBLEIZED SLATE MANTELS, OF ALL PRICKS and desUns, more durable and cheaper than marble. boxed ready lor snipping; Mule for all bulldinapurposee eut as ordered. Samples at H DUO if ?IVIiR iJLATfc COM I PANV'S, '25 Park row, New York.