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WHOLE NO. 12,6557" NEW YOltK, SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1871.? TR1 1'LK SHEET. PRICE FOUR CENTS." DIRECTORY FOR ADVERTISERS* AMUSEMENTS- Ninth Paoe Fourth, fifth and tilth oo.uiooa. ASTROLOGY? Kletenih Paoe? Sixth column. E1LLIAKDS? PlN tH Paoe? Firth coimua. _ EOAkD AND LODGING WANTED ~-6BOON? PACE -fifth and tilth column*. BOARDERS WANTED? Sboond PA<nt? Fifth column. BROOKLYN KEAL ESTATE FOB BALE- TWELFTH Paok Pint and tecond column*. _ ? BUSINESS OPl'URTUNIllEH? bEooxn Page? Fourth ool iimn. BUSINESS NOTICES ? Sit VBNTH PaoI-BIxUi column. CITY RKAL ESI ATE POR SALE? TWELFTH PAOE F'rat column. 1 _ . CLKKKS AND SALESMEN? Eleventh PAOE-Third column. _ CLOTHING-TWELFTH PAOE-Flfth column. COACHMEN' AND OARDENEKS-Bi.BVBNTB PAOK Thlrd and fourth column*. COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS? Fiebt Paoe-SIxSU column. COUNTRY HOARD? 8tcoo>i? Paoe? S.tth column. PRY GOODS ? Fibmt Paok? Fourth column. DWELLING HOUSE'S TO LET, FURNISHED AN D UN FUKMBHKD- Second Page? second and third ool EURO^lAN STEAMSHIPS? Fibbi Page? Fifth and sixth column*. EUROPE? .sisoont? Paoi? 8i?th column. FINANCIAL -Fibst Paoe? Filth column. FINK ARTS -Ninth Page? TWrd column. FOR hALR? Twelfth Paok? sixth column. FURNISHED ROOMS ANU APAR'iMENTS TO LET? Second Paue? Third column F URN IT RE? Twelfth Pack? Fifth column. FRENCH ADVERTISEMENTS? Eleven 111 PAGB-Fourth clumn. HERALD BRANCH OFFICES? Fibst PaO* -First col until HELP WANTED ? MALE S ? Eleventh PAGB-Fourth col umn. HELP W ANTED -FEMALES? Eleventh Paok- Seoond and third columns. HORSES, CAKKIAOEH, Ao.? Fibst Paoe- fecond, third and fourth column*. HOTKLS -Second Paoe -Sixth column. houses. too MS, 4c., wanted? twelfth Paoi? Fifth column. INSTRUCTION ? NiNTn Page? FiftU column. JERSEY CITY, HOBOKEN, HUDSON CITY ANF BRR GEN REAL ESTATE K)R S.iLE-TwKLnn Paob Second column. LECTURE SEASON-NINTH PAOB-Sixth column. LEGAL NOTICES? Twelfth Paok Sixth column. LOAN OFFICES? Ninth Pauf:? Third column. LOST AND FOUND? FlBt?T Paok? First nnd second oolumus. MACHINERY? Twelfth Paoe? Sixth column. MAuBLE MANTELS? E lbv kntm Paok? Fourth column. MEDICAL? Eleventh Pah* sixth column. MlSC1.LLANF.0rs ADVERTISEMENTS? Tenth Paob Sixth co. umn. MISCELLANEOUS ? 8booni? Paob? Fourth oolumn. MUSICAL- Ninth Paoe -Sixth column. NEW PUBLICATIONS -- Fib-t Paoe? Fourth column. JihWSPAPEKS? Second Paof? Sixth column. PKilf oNAL? FiBbT Paok? Fir?t column. PIANOFORtES? Ninth PAGK-Fourth column. POST OFFICE MOIIGE? Sbuosd Paoe? Sixth column. PROPOSALS-- Second Paok? Sixth column. PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO RENT? Twelfth Paok? Second, third, fourth and filth column* REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE? Twelfth Paoe? Fifth column. REAL ESI' ATE WANTED -T w elf rn i'AOE- Fifth col umn. RELIGIOUS NOTICES? Fiwut Paok? Fourth column. REWARIttl? First PaoB? Second column. SALES AT AUCTION? Eleventh Page? Fifth and tilth column*. SITUATIONS WANTED -FEMALES-Elevinth Page Flrnt and saconu oolumn*. SITUATIONS WANTED- MALES? ELEVENTH Paoe ? Third column. SPECIAL NOTICES? Fibst PAGB-Second column. SI'ORTINO? DOOS, BIRDS, Ac.? FlBUT Paos? Saoond column. STALLIONS? FIBST Page -Second column. SUMMER RESORTS SR<H>N1> I'AOE-Sixth column. THE TRADES -Eleventh Paoe? Fourth column. THE T 1 RF? Fibst Paoe? Second column. TO LET FOH BUSINESS PUHPOSLS-Sxootto PaGB Firai and aocond oolumn*. TRAVELLERS' GUIDE? FIRST PAOE Sixth column. UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET 8b(u>m> Page? Fourth column. WANTED TO P. RCHASE-Fibbt PAOB-Plxth column. Twelfth Page? Sixth oolumn. , .vt'.? Ft BUT 1'aoe? Sixth column. WINF;S, LKjUORS, Ac? TwiLTTH Page? Sixth column. VACBM, sTEAMBOATb, . HERALD BRANCH OFFICES. A nVEKTlSKMENTS FOR THE NEW YORK UERALD A RECEIVED AT BRANCH OFFICE 1.S4* RROAD WAY, THREE DOORS ABOVE THIRTY-FIRST STREET. AND IN BROOKLYN, AT NO. 4 COURT STREET, CITY HALL SOI ARE, IN ERIE RAILWAY OFFICE. ADVER TISEMENTS ARE RECEIVED FROM 8 A. M. TILL 8 P. M. EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR AT OFFICE RATES. NO EXTRA CHARGE OF ANY KIND. BROOKLYN CARRIERS AND DEALERS CAN RECEIVE THEIR PAPERS AT THE HERALD BRANCH DELIV ERY, NO. 7 FRONT STREET, BROOKLYN. PKBSONAL. A -YES, GET THE PARTICULARS AT NO. 3 BOW . lhM| Green, and on Monday vlait "Auidralia," plar 20^ wiiiuli win take the excursion:*!* to the Old World for a sum mer-* rost aud pleasure. Captnln obliging to all. AUGUST. A -VERY IMPORTANT TO THOSE CONCERNED.? . Information wanted, of ( harle* Leland, brother of Hattle Lalanil ; be will bnd It to tiU peraoniil advantage to eali Immediately or send ionic one to hi* lUler1* house, 107 Wc*t Twenty-sixth street. CtONKY ISLAND CAR TO FULTON FERRY, BROOK ' lyn, Tuesday afternoon. UtU lu*t. Bright grc.-n gloves ?nd b ack velvet ?a ;que. stood forward while crossing, bo gentleman who *at lu corner of tar and riosied over with you would greatly prlxe your acquaintance. If agree able adurem 0. KANE, box 16S Herald I ptown Branch oXcu, l,M Broadway, elating inoldent to avolj mi*take*. gXPEDlENCT. II. IF MRP. SMITH WILL SEND HER ADDRESS TO NO. 4 all will be explained. S4RAII. 1 DEEPLY SYMPATHIZE WITU YOU IN YOUR A F Oktlon. Lei me see you soon. Meantime watch this column, ni I may wlsu to communicate. Kl.Ufe, VELVET. INFORMATION WANTED? OF FRANCIS MoNULTY, by his -uter, Llrxl# McNuUy, who airlv.-d April U; a natlvo ol' Olanniore, K n^s eoutuy, Ireland. Call at IT Wash ington streit imuir ilst" y. 1 N FORMATION WANTE D? 01' JOHN KIERNAN, BY JL h!s Livther iieraant. Last seen at M Cliff itreet, New York. Ad'iroiis or call on MiCIIABE KIERNAN. corner of Thiity-ecveutli "tics; iil llcrru.li ?mue, New tork. 1 Fhii*'1f!pTj;?pa, ers please copy. INFORMATION WANTED? OF WILLIAM SMITH80N uulgluy. Oi' fleer Ktver, Nova Scotia. He will h-ar of aomeii.liiK of great Impor.unce fr<nn an old relative l j tend Ire hit address to J. 11. B., box ?80 Herald office. Any one knowing his whercibonts will confer a favor by adJraailn^ the ?nme. Boston papers please copy. INFORMATION WANTED -OK CHA8. W. MOLL ICR, mlsxlng since January 18, last seen January 23 In Jersey Cltv. VV ore oii(i! blaek over and undercoat, daik plaid pauts: llxht couiu.cxlnu, high forehead ; lost part of brst joint of left thumb; subject occasionally to mental derangement ; bright 6 teet 8 loch- s, age St; native of Denmark. Auv Infc'ruiatkin leading to l is racovATjr, de?d or alive, will he ihankfully ie ceived and suitsbly rewarded by his distressed lanilly. Ad dress his wife, MATIIiDA W. MOLLEB, Franklin (tract, near Monttcello avenue, Berjeu, J. O. IF THE rBRSON WHO TOOK A POCKETBOOK FROM a coitt ;n a barber shop In William street Frldi.v ni.irn.n j will return the pocke,beok with the papers to box 1,188 Poet oOlce he can keep the money and uo further search will ue made. The person la known by sl^ht. MISSING.-! IiBFT HER HOME MONDAY, APRIL 10. 1X71, to view the Herman procession. Mary Ellea. aged IK years and 0 months, daughter of John Mul.ane, of No. 73 Slonijoiuery street. Hne wore green p'ald dress, black cloth rvided clc gray straw hat morocco gaiters, Igcert. new; fair complexion, light brown lialr; was lams in left limb. AiiV one wlio will give Information will be suita; ly renauled by tier dUt. sued parents. JOHN MCLLamE, 78 Montgomery street, New York. MISS AUNES? IMPOSSIBLE TO KEEP APPOINT inmt Sunday. Name wmt other tiase and place and g : drees as before. Minnie met you in fourteenth street Tuesday. Have waltad many veais to aes you. Ad dicss FRANK AtrrOK, M East Twelfth sirseL ^ XToticf.-the PERSON WHO IIA8 IN HIS POMES IN slon a certain Oold Watch, with the name of Colonel Wlnsiow Fl.th New York Infantry, and the names of several battles Inscribed on the case, which he ottered for sale to Mr. V. M. Clark, is hereby notified that the watch is stolen pro perls, an ' thai It he sells <>r retains It ba wl l be pn-ieeuied foi sharing in theiY 1 very one In hereby caution* . ?.?ln*t pin-" b.is nu stub i- watch. A suitable rev.'ard will be i>al<l on de.lvcry o. the watch to M1RON W1NSLOW, 37 i nam ters etrcet. SAD ONE? I LOYE ONLY YOU, AH EVER. ? UNHAPPY FRIEND. fTHR THREE STONE DIAMOND RINO TAKEN FROM J West Twenty-third street must be re'urned Immediately, as the party is known. DETECTIVE. The oknileman whose uarni:ksk? wer*. ex clu*o?. d at the Jockey Club stables, Fxruliani, on Satur day, March at the tn? ; t-1 tbe t ueon match, will p>e.ise communicate with SAMur.L Q. MUTT, lit* West Twenty third street. ? ,'**? ?? ?? fpHE LADY WHO WAR AHKElJ BY OEJtTLEMAN IN A Twenty-sixth stree, If she dul not recognize him rotdd not rcpiy. others being preseut. I'leaSo address immeii .ue.y throagh P?l go? Is. MlNME. Txriu s. M. PLEASE WRIT1. TO J. B'"?*f, OF 0. tt Mr * ? ? 13 L l'epper ssuce and ?m.?rt w>ed. 8. HAVE LEFT NEW YORK. AM SICK AT home Kiss ku:u for me. MKT A > i ? fODMi. r' OCT? A WHITE POINit-.R BITCH, Willi BROWM J ear* .ind brown spot on side. A hamlsome rr.vaidwtll be paid lor ner return to City Ale Vaults, 71 Nssiuu street. F OST -ON THURSDAY, IN TWENTY-SIXIH STREET, J J between Fourth and Sixth avenues, a Mink Collar. The ftu.lej- will bo liber/ lit rewarded by leaving the same at KNOX'b hat store, 213 Broadway, New York. TOST -BANK BOOK no. K7,W8. finder please J deliver it at Howeiy Savings Hank. IOHT OR MISLAID? ON MONDAY, AI'RIL 10, A EAR IK J Memorandum or Pocketb. ok, containing papers of no value except to the owuer. A liberal reward will he paid by applying to the owner, WM. MENCK, 3t>7 Oreenwluli street. I OST? TUESDAY', Al'KIL II, BETWEEN TWENTY J thlnl street anil llarl< m, r small black Trunk. Iwen v flve dollars wid bs paid to any person relumlns the same lo Manure's Express oBJce, I23U stieet and Second avenue Harem. T OSf APRIL It, A RED LKATHl'.R POCKETBOOK^ \j being all of a poor person's money, either In lbs St. Den * Hol?l reitaurant or In going frou there dowri Br-m I way to Spring, down Sprlnr to corner oi' Vnrlck. A itleral reward will be paid If returned to 1M Varick street. r (1ST ? IN THE ACADEMY OF MU8I0, KVFNIN 01 \j the Scveiitb regiment prnmei ade concert, a I'idnt l<e 'e Handkerchief. By le*vlii? It at 1*3 West Thb "?tu street the nnacr win be rewariied. LOHT AND FOIXO. LOST? A BLACK AMD ORAV 61'ITZ DOG, MEDIUM slxe, answers to tb? name of "Prince;'1 $.> will be (mid for his return to stable, 11 East l wentv-seventb sliest. UMWAlllM, d>e RKWARD WILL BK PAID FOR THE RECOVERY <Ft) of a Qold Sleeve button, having on li an ouanie'led hand holdlae a small pearl. Apply at the office of the Ameri can Hank Mote Com'. any, 142 Broadway. (V-l/l REWARD.? LOST, IN OR OM THE WAT TO <J>JL" ' Cf utral Park, oa Wednesday morning, April It, a Gold Locket, with the Monogram E. K. G? containing a photograph. The a'>ove reward will bp given on delivery at the ollloeof the Hotel Brunswick, Kllth avenue. tfjl n RKWARD.? LOST. SATURDAY A. M? A BUN ?PlW die of 1'apert, containing abstracts, At'. ; the above reward will be paid and no questions aa e l II returned this wee It lo IffOKBSOl.L, WATSON A CO., 71 Bowery. REWARD. -LOST. A TIN BOX, CO STAINING w6'> papers of no va ue exespt to the owner. Hv leaving the same with A. J. SERGEANT A CO., 81 1'earl street, or communicate with box 703 Post office, the linder will receire the above reward and no quest'ops asked. REWARD -WILL BE PAID FOR THE RE WtJU turu of two Silk Dresses stolen Iroin No. 23 West Twentieth street, on the 8th Inst., If in good order, and no questions asked. AiNDKEW WERSON. ACH REWARD--FOR THE RETURN OK A SILVER ?p?JU Watoli, with gold Chain and Locket. lost while going through Cltnrcb iwvet to Canal street and tl??nce lo root of Canal, Wedtieit lay evanin .-, about seven o'oiook. No questions asksd. Call at 11 Spruce street, bssement. RKWARD.-- LOST, ON THE 13TH APRIL, ?.??JU 1071, a Dlimoud Si ud. The linder will receive the ?t>ove reward on returning the same to the office on Hrst floor ot 113 Wall struct. Detectives. -only experienced operatives furnished by COX A KING, successors to Wurrin, Whipple A Co., 73 Broadway. Itc ei to the leading business houses as to ability, standing and responsibility. M'ECLAI. NOTION. OUR BROOKLYN PATRONS WILL SERVE THEIR own IntercHts atid convenience by lea vinj their favor* for the HER ALD at the Branch Office, (removed from 145 Fulton street to) No. 4 Court stteet. City Halt square, same building w:th Erie Rallwav office. This is our only authorized Brooklyn office, and advertisements are received at regular rate?, without extra charge of any Wind. Open from 8 A. M. till 8 P. M. A1 ?BARRY'S TRIOOPHEROUS SURE TO RENEW x\ 1 ? and bi'Hiitli'y the hair, and BARRY'S SAFE HAIIt DYi;, guaranteed not to oonttiln any injurious ingredient. Try tliem. Ollice 374 Pearl street. New York. A-PHALON'S NEW PERFUME, , 1 Love Vou. 1 Love You. 1 Love 1 on. I Love You. 1 Love You. 1 Lore You. I Love You. 1 Love You. For sale by ali drupgiatf. A? A.? PERRONS WHO ARE INSURED IN OOOD . life Insurance companies. and who do not desire to surrender tlielr puileles by an absolute sale, can borrow the surrender value of their policies tvuuplytuj at Insurance Agency, 87 Liberty street. A? STORAGE FOR FURNITURE, BAGGAGE, RC.? . Seitarate oompaitments, common lous elevators ; night wstchmcn ; packers. Ac., on hau i; most extensive and com plete establishment in the world. HAhOEK'H Warehouses, Kla'it avenue, Thlrty-thfcd to Thirty- ourth street. -AT DRAWING OK KENTUCKY LOTTERY, CLA8S , 274, No*. 8l', 82, 84 drew #30,< 00. DF LAN BROS., Brokers, ISO Broadway, corner Liberty street, room 18. A i ?A.? "WILMINGTON, N. C., LOTTERY." L. W. H. GERKEN A CO., Managers. OLAB8 381? DRAWN AT 12 M., APKII. 14, 1871. 63, 8H, 81. AO. 84, lit. 2a, 4. 2*, 4<?, 52. 40. 88. ri.AHB 382 PRAWN AT f> H. M., AI'UII. 14, 1871. 41, 44, 17, 14. 4A, 07. 24, 8H, 8, 48, f 7, 4, -8, 43. LCTHY A CO., Brokers, '240 Greenwich street. A-A.-OFF1CIAL DRAWINGS. SIMMONS * UO.'S LOTTERIES. ALABAMA? FXTKA CLASS HO. 201 AFail. 14. 1871. 68, IK. W, 76. AS. 8, $ , 82. 13. 34. 9. 61. 90, 88, 48. FiVDOAH-ciMe ho. 178? At'ttlL 14, 1871. 71. 78, 5tf. 82, 1,7. t, 87. B0, 18, 17, 18. 69. 22, HKNTUCKT? IXTBA CLASS HO. J7. ? AP*U. 14. 1871. 15, ?3, 38, 1H, 6m, 77, *1, 82, 84, W. AO. H, i8, 20. KENTUCKY? CLASS so. 378? AVH'L 14. 1171. 48, 8. CJ, it liT, 18, M. of, 80, 7. 18. <8. 80. Box 4,969 Post office. J. CLI'TE Broker, CLAIMS AGAINST WILLIAMS A WOMACK, FOR ineriy of Texas, oan be sent to 29 Wall street, room 11. VCACHINISTS, BRASH FINISHERS AND METAL ivl dealers having ni l Metal or Brass Turnings cau obtain highest price* bv addrevln- DU PLA1NE* REEVES, W0 HoutU Broad street, PblUde.phla. NO CURE NO PAY.? O. LOVATT, INDIAN PHYSICIAN treat* all Chronic ^isevaes, u 4?J Ruth avunue. Taps worms removed In from 12 to 16 lionrs. NOW OPENED A MEW BRAM'H OKFICF. OF C. JOLLV'S Scouring Ests ''Jhment, corner or Twen ty-nluth street and Broadway, Ol :-ey House. NOTICh TO DEALERS IN CATTLE HORNS AMD Hair Talls.-T..e Butchers' Hide and Meltinc Associa tion of the city of N?w Yor . arc now prepared to show sam ples of the above srtlc'ef and make contract l or one year, from January I. 1871, on Monday, lith Inst., at 3 o'clock P. M., at their oillcc, foot Forty-fourth street and East i lvsr. RARF. TROPICAL PLANTH FROM SOUTH AMERICA, of the foll.iwin,- varieties: - OKCHIEDS. Cattieya (white), Rodi ljt;e/ia, Brassia Odootoglossum, Treefaern, at 108 Front street' up stairs. JJOOFER8, ATTENTION I House Owner) an ! Hul'devs, Attention 1 Come, e*?ml'ie ant buy our Patent Routing Felt. You can apply It yonr?elvea to your bulldln s; you can use It la placo of tin ; It !? tntck, dttrah e ami cheap. Don't use any otncr ma'erial uni'l roil have aeon thtt article. E II. MARTIN, 70 Malten lane and No. 9 Liberty street. New York. ROYAL HAVANA WH?!V Or CCBA.? I?U. ui ew ikl(M,U0u AprilS. Keutucky, class ?74, 89, 02, 64 drew $30,407. JOSEPH KATES, 194 Broadway, up aialra, room No. 4. Royal Havana lottery of cuba. april u, No. 10,247 drew BMO.UOd, go d; No. 1S,34? drew jJIMl.noo : April 14, Kentucky, claaa 378, Sot. 44. a, 3S drew a' 18 OuO. BALK V A CO., Broker*, old established office, 174 Broadway. SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED To THE HALE. 2<tth April, by JAMES M. MILLER, Auctioneer, of ftfand 88jl Sixth avenue, No. 8 Cornelia street and 11], 113, lift and li7 Wont Kl*venth street. Fur part Icul are apply to Auction eers, 'j8 I'lne street, or W. A A. W. LuWKKRE, 2f9 Urccn wloh street, New York. ______ CTAMMERIftO POOTTIYKLY t'URF.D BV DR8. MANN O A OOLYlN, room 119 Astor House, New Vork. No money received until cure la effected: references, John Ashcroft, 12 Ann street; WIII:lnniU. llndiey. 120 William ; Jokn Keyaer, No. b Mniden laue; James Llerci!ey, Sol First avenue. SiTORAOE FOR rCBNITUKB AND OTHER PROPER ) tr- Second Boor; always accessible ; commodious eleva tors ; reaiouable terms. 137 and 1-J East Fifty- third street. AR 1812. ?PENSIONS FOR SOLDIERS AND Widows collected at old ageuev, No. 2 New Chamber* atreet. A'so Mount ie?. under all acta relating to the war of 18(1. S Micro enlisted between May 4 and Ju:y 22, 1*81. now emltled to bounty. C. W. SMITH. w srOftTl.Nii-IXMJW, RlitDS 41'. FOR 8ALK-A KANO* DOO, TBN WEEKS OLD; small alie ; excel en' breed. M Renwtck street, between Cm* I and Spring, tint Door. ayaijtiwip. r C10MMODORF. VANDFKBILT WILL MAKE THBSF.A ) ?on at the stanlee of the subscriber, Htitniford, Coon. Boats leave pier <>7 l a?l liver, dally, at 2:il0 P. M. _ JAMES E. ADAMS. UOR SALE-THE FINEST PA TO HEN STALLION IN P the State-Sired by Geo ice M. Pa'chen, Sr. | black, over 16 ba.-de high, 7 years old ; f?e eunlle of Patclien chief ; sound and kind and ran trot 1 1 abi.ut i.40; per.ectly green, never tr.Mt.rd for money : a fine stoc k horse ; some or hie colt* could not be purchase:) for*! ftO; bla dam trotted In 2:Q6 and 'J 28. Apply to or addrese, where een be afcvn full pe llgiee, JOHN HI IN (JO. Flushing, L.-1.. or J. WILSON. H'6 aiuth street, cur lier OJver. TIIK TURF. The probpeotpark f?ir ground association SPRING MKKTIkO, 1?71. t KI.V00U f'jrmiuma. TUESDAY, June 6 -$i60 tor hones thai litre never beaten 8 minutes $400, ilOO. ? . SAME DAY. $2,(K n for hones that have never beaten 2 -<(1,500, 9600, 9iuu. . WEDNESDAY, June 7?9800 for font-year old* that never have won money- $401', f'Ji'i Jtl* >, $&ti. SAME DAY. 92.000 for liorses that have uevcr beaten i '.1*- #t?2Cu), IfcGOO, ?m RAMK DAY. 51.1 flOfor horn* that harr never bettra I:M? #M6, $S00, '' Til iftfSD Af, June S $4,000, fr:e for all-$S,000, fl.rUO, ? tjoo, tttO. SAME DAY. if 760 for huraes that have nevrr l*eaten 2:40- flftl| 9.V0, * FKlDAV, June 9, 9?, ooti; doable ic-oistu wagons. tfi.iO', ffi-ci, fsoa, SAM K DAY 91,700 for horse? that h?ve never beaten 2 :8l. Dl.fiiKl, syr.00 ifrflio. All the aliov raees to be In harness, mtle heata lieat il in 5, except when othe-<? ae speclrted, nnd will be governed hy the rnlos of the National JMKMtatem. Kntnes must comy ly with Hielr rule*, a u> rse distancing the lieid will receive (he entim purse. Entries will close at the Hofl -non House, New Vork, on TsMlif, Mav 2. at H P. M. Entiles by telesraph w!! or.ly bn received befcire the bo* I* opened. All eommuali all >n? to be addressed to i;eor?e w, Oukcly. SopeilKten lent, H'j Mun t.igue stre<-t, Hrieiklyu. MARTIN KALBFLE18CH, Preslleu*. E. O. llAB, Seeietsry. mm: NEW RULES OPTHK NATIONAL ASSOC1A1ION 1 tor tne promotion of the iiit*te?ts of tbn trotting turf ore printed In pamphlet form, end omj be ba I in any nunib-r by addressing the stcretarv of the National Association at Providence, K. I. I'tlce 2fto. wir copy. OrtOROF. n. BMITH. IIORf*EA? CAIRMUiM, <Vl'. \SBCOND HAND HRRTT, 81* HEAT RoicKAWAYS. lour se:it Phai'tons, assuitment new Carnages soil Harneu; reiuble w<>rk i reduce t mites; no Broadway ex penses or proQts. TA\ IiOR'm, 5'J Cedar street. 1 a VERY FINK HOI'"*E, 18 HaNI'S HItlH, tt TEARS I J\ old, wsrritnted |0<:nd Itn.i kip ;; also ,"rewster fiai o ( bos top \\ ai;on an 1 thice-<|uartOt scat Uoart W aeon. No. I i Wast. ?:itU stievt. IK'RKEiS CAEBUOW. it-. AT BARKER A HAMLIN'S C1XV AUCTION MART AND NEW YORK TATTKR SALLfi. corner Broadway an<i Thirty ninth street, MAJOR CUAS. VV. HARK I, K, AUuTIONliER, Ke.ular salts of Horses Carriages, Ac., EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SAH RDAY. Twenty four hours allowed Tor trmi on every Horse sold under warrantee. A LAR .K DRIVING HI Mi In the mart for showing horaes on rule. j Outside sales solicited and promptly attended t>). tp eral advances made on everything In the borso line. CATALOGUE OF SALE THIS DAY AT IS O'CLOCK. . Gentleman's entire establishment. consisting of a dark bay team, Hone and Mare, Black Hawk (tuck, Band 9 years ol i, 15)< hi :h, very last, stylish ana plc.-iiwnt drivers, long fflanM and tails, both elegant nndar esddle for la'-y or rentleman, are toll brother and slater, warranted so'ind and kind. A l*o Coupe Rockaway, built hv Mott, in perfect order ; net Double Harness, but little used; ladies1 and gentlemen's Saddles, Bri let, Whips. Blankets, Sheets, Ac. To be sold without reserve. FOR ACCOUNT OF WHOM It may concern, a pair of stylish looking Coach Horses. EXTRA FINE AND S PERIOK pair of cloudy matched hay CelainLS. IS V high. 6 years old, as II aNDY AND OAXK a pair or drivers as can bo found; can trot CLOSE TO THREE MINUTES, are gi?a t roadster*, no vice or tricks, afraid of nothing, GREAT ST Y LIS AND ACTION, warranted ?ouiid and kind. HANDSOME AND FART DAPPLE Krs* Mare, sired by OKAY EAGLE, 15'tf high, 7 year* old this spring, la an oxtra Myllith line aod easy driver, can TROT CLOSE TO THIiKE MINI'Tks, and travel to the end of the road, (ears nothing, gentle for nnv one to dnye, GREAT PoLIS MARE, war ranted sound and kind; sold on aecouut or loss of mate. fciPl'.ClAL A TTENTION IS DIRECTED to the FINEST gentleman's SADDLE AND DRIVING Horse In the city; color bay ; 1 5\ high ; 7 yenis idd ; very handsome ; long, flow ing tail; lias no superior unucr saddle ; fear* nothing ; per fect y safe and reliable for Iftdv to ride and drive; is a per fect pet : was raised In Kentucky, and has bc-on used by pre sent owner, Oeorge W.Jaqucs, for two yeais; warranted sound and kind. Nl.W AND 8ECOND IIAND Haines*. Saddles, Bridles. HORSE CLOTHING, Whips. Halters, Robe*. Ac. T\VO ROCKAWAVS, new; four hxpress Wagons. ONE ELEGANT CITY made Depot Wagou, new and war ranted. FIVE TOP AND NO TOP Road Wagons, best makers. ONE BREWSTER Rosd Wagon, perfect order. ALSO SEVERAL other l!or><-s. FULL DESCRIPTION at sal-. BALES NEVER POSTPONED on account of weather. A? "THE CARRIAGE Ol THE PERIOD." ? A variety ol' seasonable Carriages in all the newest and most approved atylcn. Clarences Lan i.via, Coupes, Landauleties, Rockawavs and Bukuici, Ponv Phaetons, In variety, with and without tops. A. S. FLAN DR AC, Carriage Builder, No. 7 East eighteenth street, near P it (U avenue. A ?GREAT BARGAINS FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS. JX. DEM ARKS T A WOODRUFF, 6J8 and rt;;U Broudwav. Landau", Landaoletg, Conpe*. l haetons. Ac. Fifteen different styles of six real RocUswavs, from l?rtlM to Ijil.UJIi. Coupe Rockaways in j.reat variety, from $100 to IJ9;'0. Light Rockawavs at all prices, Depot Wagons, Bug gies, AO. Ten light Brett* on platform a..d C sprlrg*. Pony Phaetons on two aud three springs, wood and cane bodl * at all prices. Iho largest stock in the city. We Invite all to call and eet prices. An asaortment of second hand Work cluiap. A BREW TER, OK TWENTY-FIFTH HTREET, Nr AU , Third avenue. Pull asuortment of all the seasonable Carriages, including THE DEMI-LAND.VU and three sliea of THE DKKHY, p? tented and manufactured only by ourselvea. Our latest nurulty, the MILLARD VICTORIA, designed especially for ladles' use, I) one of the molt elegant carriiues offered this season. We also claim the PRE EMINENCE FOR THOTT1KG AND ROAD WAGONS by the use of our PATENT VERTICAL STEEL PLATES inserted In axle beds. A -MINER, STEVENS A CO., Manufacturer* of fine Carriages and dgbt Road Wagons, offer for the spring aud summer season, at t'ueir warerooma, ficM Broadway, the most select stock of strlctlv line Carriajes of their own make, embracing a'l the modern American and foreign styles, with latest Improvements. Messrs. Miner, Slovens A Co. would also Inform their patrons that their factory, No*. 115, 117, 119 and 121 trust Thirteenth street, which was lately damaged by Are, is ag ?1n In complete working crder au i will continue to merit the re putation for lirst class work enjoyed by this firm for the past aO years. At private bale Four seat Par!: Phaeton. Shifting four seat Wagon ; top on hind seat. Ve y nne leather top Pony I'haeton. Twenty top and no top Pony Phaetons, from $13C up, Plfiv leather top Wagons, from $Mo up. Twenty Rockawavs, from :M6 up. No top Koad and Business Wagons, vary cheap. .TOI1NRTON A VAN TABSKLL, 111, 112 and 114 East ISth street, near 4th avenue. A FULL ASSORTMENT OF THE "BREWMER W agon," with and without tops, of all welqbts. for plenum Ui Wlug and speeding, ?ne standard for quality find styic. at our Fifth avenue ?earer>oms. BREWSTER A CO., of Broome street. ANl'MBKR OF ELEGANT BROUGHAMS, SINGLE and pair horses, Irom our own mid London design*, with imported "Co:llnve" axle*, exqulsitn.y finished In Eng lish and French leathers and painted in quiet colors, at our Fifth avenue ware.ooru-. BREWSTER A CO., of Broome rtrset. A HANDSOME LIGHT BRETT, NEARLY NEW, HEATS ?Ix peraon* ; price $MHl; re rr cheap; at Ol'iMBY'H Car riage Repository, S36 Hro*d itreel, Newark, N. J. A BARGAIN ? $1,000 FOR W50. A STYLISH YOUNG Horto, elegant Harueu and Broadway Dog Cart: all a* good an ne w. To be *een at ELDKLD'd *ublc, t'orty-bfth ?treet and Fifth avenue. A? TOP AMD OPEN WAGONS, PONY PHAETONS. ? Rnckaway*, Depot Wacom. Expres* and uilrni Wat;""''. Ham'"- miilat>l? for all purpo??*, Lap Kobe*. Blan ket*, ic., at ibe cheap ?tan-), corner llu ison and S->i!ng *treet*._ LITTLE k TL'KNfcR. AN OPPORTUNITY SELDOM MET WtTH.-NBW AM) fecund hand top Wn^oba, ?!>???? Phaeton* ar il < tie all *eat Rori-.away fer *aJ? cheap at FREDERICK H. WOOD'S, JWniM Ml Nineteenth ?lia?jt. A STYLISH PARK PHAETON' FOR SALE? IN FIRST rate cor.dltlou ; nearly new; been but lltlie uee l; very light, with iblfttn ? tor. Apilv nt *tabie IS Lait i'aenty eighth street. Inquire for ROBERT. AHR1CK STABLE ON FIFTIETH STREET, NEAR tlvlh avenue, for *ale? Suital. e for e private ecntle man. M. A. J. LYNCU, 73 aii l 74 Cedar street. A GENTLEMAN, LIVING NEAR ELIZABETH. N. J., having hia own (table, Ac., would owt with party own lay bono and buggy, which' adve nl*er m*ou d board and tako best cart1 of a number oi' month* ; us? light; nai It respontl hle; small coutldeiatlon paid. Adilreu J. H. L., Herald office. An ai.derney cow KOR SALE CHEAr-FRESH in milk ; 18 quail* per i!ay, U pound* of b itter p r wets*. Apply at THOMAS Mi KHlullT'fi ?t able, Flfty-ae Tenth itreet, ?a?t of Third avenue. A SECOND HAND COUTH ROCK AW AY. IN PEIt feet order, flftil; gr**t bargain. Ureat variety u.>w and ?econd band Carnage* at low. ?t popular price*. al MANU FACTURERS* UNION REPOSITORY,, fo Broadway. AST1VBRR ROAI) WAGON, IN OOOD ORDER, *160; two Brett*, three cjnari'T Clarence, Depot Wagon, fcf Lift ing Top Bu.jic* ; little u?ed, at low price*. HAM, cor.ier KourtU itreet and Broadway. ADUKENBURY A VAN M'HER ROAD WAGON; ill top and no top Koa<1 Wagon*, beitclt/ makei*; alio a good aaiartment of Pony Pbaeion*, top &n ( no top, it 18E ':p ; all Hlrle* <'ari la;:e* lor *a'o lower than can be Lu'ight el*e where; llarneaae* *1J up: Robea. Ac. W. 11. GRAY, 2# to Woo*ter ?tr*et. A BAROUCHE, MADE BY WOOD BROTHERS, IN EX cedent order ; real* *lx person*: at?h?rK*ln for ijB'.H). Apply at prlrate liable, No. <13 East 1 welfth etreet. A TOP BCOOY, IN THOROUGH CONDITION. Bt'lLT to order by Corbett ,t Sch.u eh, and run on* year. A:*o Pony und llarnoi*. Apply 132 We*t Twenty fifth *ir< et. CARRIAGES. SPECIAL AfTENTION ??F Pi RCHaS era called to onr large Mforluimt, not suri aned in quality, *tyle or pi-Ice ; Manufactory e<l?bil*D-(t iO re*' *. 1* Nerim (trect, corner Fulton aveiuie, Brooklyn. CABRIOLETS, VICTOaiAR, LANDACS. LABDAULCTS and I'haelon*. logriljer with other *ea?oiab e Cvrla*e?, exchuivnly of our i wn maiui.Mcluro, at our Fiitl, uv-nue warerourn*. BKKWS1EK A CO., of Hroome ltrert. CALLOWS l^>Nl)ON WHIPS, FOR WHICH WK ^RF! *j'.e ?gent*, au 1 Lap Rohc? of be?t coiti' bair cmn'et. BREWHTER A CO., Fifth arenuc. TjlXCELLENT FAMILY IIOR"5E~10 HANDS, OENTLR, Pj ily:i?!ij top Buggy, ra?d Wagon; e-jua! to new; modern tn^kej two ?et? Ilanir**. fllnnTtd*, It .?>ea, *c.; rara oppor tunity i or buyliig a i eut etulitahiiieut at a burgaln, teparftte ly or locetber; uwmr not uaTlng tune to uar i.iuie. Audrctg Sox I ,l7il Potl Bee. T.niR MU * WEI I. MATCHED PAIR OF HTYLI8S r dark bar Hor*"*, |f t? !t*nd? hlt,h,a rear* ? 'd, lound nnd kind In donb! e or pIii?1p i.ar?ie*? ?-r nnder ?ad *lc. Apply to I*, COAkLE Y, 162 Pe ibc ttre.'t, nearClloton, Broot'yn. fr?oK SAUt-TBR OWMIR LB ATTN O FOR ECROPE ' A very *ni ericr pair ol C*rrW? Hcir?"'<, ri nll-'TtiHtiV and lady'a B?<td >i IIoi*e?, ono riifc e Hone, a Lundeau. Coupe and Dogji'art. lo n? *?en at uwner'i ?tal<l?, l'w lvist Twcnly.flftb street. F^OR SALE--A IIANDKOMR POP MHl'lY AND IlARl ne**, with Pule and S baft* ; city luade; tlr?t c!a**;m'iit be *olil. i~h Spring *treet. For sale.-a gentleman ab<>i't eeavisu the city will nell lil? Howe*, bright 1 *ti, 7 >>*r? old ind Ti y *tyll*b, wlih Brewalfr Lamlail, Top llui;*r, tn?de by Law r?nce; Harnem. Rote*. Ac. App'r n? private *tab|<) (ft Ka*t Forty-f nit etreet any day, bi foru J o'cluok I*. M., or addre?* bo* 416 Post Ol? . ___ FrtOR H*Ll; A PAIR or FINP BAY CAItllAOE lloriei, full Id iiniidt, w .1 m*tched. Hold on accon of the owned d*p*iture for Europe. T<. l.e errn at the prirate liable it 9 West RtghtMftth *lr*et uiilll 11 A. M. an 1 after 5 P. M. _ L'OR SALE? A BAROA1N? A PAIR OF OOOD ROAD r llor*e?. For purilmlar* Inquira of W. U. ALLAN, ?! Ll.^penard itreet. tilOR SALE ORE EXPRESS WA'lON: ALSO A SINGLE r Truck, with pole. No, 13 Bayard atreet. PitOK 8 ALE- A SPLENDID COUPE OR < A HRIAOE Horae, bay color, very ityllih ; ? 111 go *lii, !e or double. Can bo iceu at SUKl'HERD'S Mvety itible, f\Tenly-arit (treat, near Ninth areniie. __ ljtOR kale-spi^hndid and handsome pair ray I Coacli Horae*, one pair very handaoiiie bay V are*, fine enupe llorie, two iborouuhbrvd tlcidtn,*, by LiMnnton, line Park horie*. loiao fa*t tva l Hor?o<. ilu v***, l .rtr-iiiat nOEHKS, CAKRIAUKH, *r. ir?OB S\I.E-A FIRE WORKING HOK8B; WILL RB 1 sold cueap ; eutta! le for exprrs?, trocery or dray. It. CRAIU, 1?H Montgomery meet, Jrrsey City. For balk-a very handsome black makk, s years old this eprtns. 16 hands hlkh ; has a record of 8 :49 to wagon ; will ?':ow purchaser 2:40. ror particulars, <*e., apply t" JOSEPH TOWNLl.Y, Boulevard Statin a, cornt r Fiftieth street and Seventh avenue. For bale-a new LWIT FURNITURE TRUCK ; also liiftal Top Wagou. 116 SUth avenue. FOR 8ALK-A YOUNO WESTERN HOPSK. VERY fast, and city inuoe Road Wagon : they mint he aold. Inquire of ItoUKRT PR1NECT, Btao.e 1*1 Welt Fiftieth It. For ralk-thb work or a good payibo mani - factory, with double Truck, Horite* and Harness. Ad dre?s O. H. O., KI6 Water street. Price |l jjo cash. For 8 ale crrap two roai> bombs, m inn. torta, one Top Wagon, one Trotting Wagon, Private stable 2.:6 Emt Fifty-tuird street, near Third aveaue. FOR 8ALR CI1EA1*? PLATFORM and swinging Trucks. fit for mnchlnerv ami other purposes. Apply at Norctr Iron Works, foot of Twelfth street, East r1v*r, or to JAMbS IVILKi'.NNOjt, on the premises. FOR SALE CHEAP? HORSES i ALSO ONR MARK with foal; also Herse Truck and Harness ; also a tlnn Rockaway Carriage and Harness; cheap. ltfO W ashlngton ?t. For sale cheap? a bay hobib for lioht work, lfvV hands high. Apply at 403 East Tenth street. For kale-a ni:w furniture truck, onk mew Bilc.lt C?rt and one bp ina hand Single Truck. In good running or..er. A| piy at 485 West Tiiirtr elgbth stieet. JAMES McCRl'.ADY. IfOR SAI^'-A NICE (1RAY HORSE. FOR EXPRESS ' or family use, #I5?; one large Horse tor truck or cart, 4*120 ; an Eipress Wagon and Harness, 935. 'J46 West Twenty* 1 sixth street TjtORSALE VERY CHEAP-ATEAM OF BAY MARES, 7 ' I" and H years old, 15V, hands hl?h, sound, kl nl, gentle an>l stvltsh ; a gentleman's road team. Can he seen at KIXl Pearl street, between 1 j and K o'clock, or any other time at MOnit street, i ro.ik.yn. Harness t)F every description. Ping e. to $125; double, i|.0 to QT'ti. La.^e lot of Express and Team Harness. The Trades Manufacturing Company, 10 College place, near corner Murray street. I ANIU' LKTH IV THREE SIZES, WITH RROUUHAM A and circular fronts, superblv finished in 'tuiet colors. BRKWSfEK <k CO., Fifth avenue. IARtlER t AND CHEAPEST STOCK OF CARRIAOE8 j to selc t from In the city.? I>a1!jr receiving both new and second Laud, all stylos; thrcc-ouurtVrs and full s ze Pony Period Phaetons In Immense variety. Carriage Manufac turers' Union Repository, bSi Broadway. STARLF. KEEPERS. Two fine Close Coaches, Irlmmeil with drab cloth; one ehlftiug froiit Quirter Coach, In blue cloth: one sprln* Clarence, all new : one C spring and one platform miring Landau; two ( pen Haronchea and tbr.?e sis scat Phaelonu, all In tood order; will be sold at grout bargain*. WOOD BROTHERS CO., 740 Hroadway. SECOND 11 AN l> PHAETON. TWO HRETTS, hl<1 HT Dor Cart, four Rockawajrs, top Buggr, l oupe Rocksway, open ' u;cy. Hulkv. Skeleton Wagon, for sale cheap. MANl' F. CTURERS' UNION REPOSITORY. Brouilwtv. fp ROTTING HORSE? 1:40; WARRANTED SOUND AND J. gentle; now half spring Wagon and Hamettri; sold at a bargain , wIM take In e.xchange pair Horses worth Ap ply at 6B Klflh avenue. Tandem harness for sale? at a baroain; in perfect order. Apply at private stable, 1,845 Broadway, near Thirty-eighth street. TO LEASE -TWO 6TOBY RRICK STARLE: HOLDS W horses; can be made to answpr two or three parties. lDi|illm of T. CONNOR, on premises, Thirteenth avenue, fool of Bank nlr< et. TO LET -TWO FINE PRIVATE STABLES. 150 WE8T Eighteenth street. Rent $500 each. Possession of una Immediately. . TO LET-THE PRIVATE STABLE OF POt'R STALLS, No. 1,384 liroadwav, near Thirty-eighth stre.it. The (alterations goiug on now therein make tbla a desirable stable. "IIT ANTED? A SPAN OK STYLISH HORSES. ABOUT it 16)4, for family use. Address, with particulars! box 191 | Post oOloe. WANTED-A TRAM OF HORSES FOR A OKNTLE man a own use; must be perfectly aoun I, good size and good travellers. Address H. w. T? Herald oUioe. WANTED- A HANDSOME, STYLISH HORSE THAT can trot in three minutes ; must not be under 15.2 nor over U.S; Mate color, size, price, Ac. Addrass M. K., Herald nffiea. OIA WEST PORT-. -EHIHTII STREET.? TO LET, A jLil'.f Sta.We with 24 stalls, level wlih the street; if re QUlred, a throe a'.nry brick House with the stable; or will sell I eat>o of ihree ve ra together: possession 1st of May. Ai<p>jr to JOHN MATTHEWS, on tne premise*. DRY GOOD*. nUAf BARGAINS IN CANTON MATTING, BRU? lT eels and Dunuc Carpet*; Weavert' Jute i ara, l:.!6e. ; French Pebble uoat Skins, ladies' Leather Kui, 7Je. ; Hui !*])?, Canvas lor car*, Ac. 1U3 Cham, or* stieet. KKMGIOIJS NOTIC'E*. Anniversary op the sun day school or tiik I'nlon Reformed church. Sixth avenue, opposite Amity ?irri t. Sunday evening, April It!, at o'clock. ?Interesting ex-rcises, singing i>y the school, addresses by goad speak ers. ic. Apollo hall, broadwav and twenty* -eighth street. Mr. N. Frnnk White will apeak before t.ie Soci ety of (spirlti'MUts Sunday, at llljtf and 7>j o'clock. No re sel veil p. * h. BLEECKER STREET UNIYt It? A 1. 1ST CHURCH, corner I'owriinc street, Rev. E. C. SweeUer, pustor. Preaching Sunday, April Iti, at 10:45 A. M. an 1 7 .15 1'. II. Bedford street methodtst episcopal church.? Rev. Wm H. Ferris, n. I will preach In this churrh on Sunday at I0J4 A. M. and 7X P. M. .''muuL UrrnouiBl EPISCOPAL CHURCH, BKV V.' entb avenue, near Fourteenth street.? Prcachlng on Sun dc.ji at P'X A. M.. and In the eventnrs at a quarter i.efora N o'clock, by the pnstor, Rev. Andrew Iiongacre. Trustee* In attendant.' to seat stranger*. I it V ANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE !i Holy Trinity. Tweuty-flrat street, between Fifth anil Sixth nvenuej, Kev. O. F. Krotel, 1). P., pastor.? Service* Hun 'lay, l*th iiut., at loj*. Sermon on the Filth Comuianunient at P. M- IttuflnmlNMb ?IFTY-TniRI) STREET BAPTIST CHURCH. NR.VR ? Seventh avenue. Rev. W. H. Pendiit >n, pastor, will prsach inornli.s ami evening; baptism In the evening. We t F1 prat , ne-' l ir evenliu, ?iand Organ Exhibition and Conccrt. by Geo i'e W. Morgan, 8. B. Wblte'ey, of Brooklyn, au l emi nent (olo *lnser*. Ticket* $1. VTORTH PRES BYT BRIAN CHURCH, CORNER NINTH il avenue ard Thlitv first street. ?Preaching bv the pas tor. Ker. ihornas Street, morning and night. In tbeeven Ing, nt 7 Sj, combination of arnnona on Scripture character. Subject - "Santue ." Rr.V. GEO. H. HKPWORTH WILL DELIVER THE tilth lecture lu liia course to young men neit Sunday evening at the Church of the Messiah, corner of Park u venue ami Thirty- fourth street. Sugject? "Marriage." Ben- Ices in the morning aa uaual at lDJtf. |?EV. MERRILL RICHARDSON. PASTOR OF THE JV Naw England Congregation*! church, corner Ms'llton avenue and Forty-wenth street, will preach Sunday, at IC4 A. M. and 7)6 P. M. Subject lor morning- "Kes :arch and Rc*ard." All invited. Et . DR. CHEEVER WILL PREACH IN THE LEX* / tn<Lon avenue church, corner of Forty-s'Xth street, to the con^iegaUiin 01 the Ciiurch of the Puritans, at lu.Si A. M. K1 K HRV J. M. PULLMAN WILL PRPACH AT THE Church o.'Otit* Saviour 1 Sixth l'nlv;rs.i:lst , Thlrty-ftfth street, between Firth an I Sixth amines, to-morrow inoruing and evening. Mm day sch.xil sin P. M. E\. DR. WESCOTT WILL PRI1ACH IN PL\ MOUTH .. Haptlst church, Fifty first street, between Ninth anil Tenth arenue* nt Itl'S A. M. Subject? "How Can Affliction* lie Made Pri litahlel" ami at I* 11., "On the Ceutral Truth of Christianity." REV. F. DE WITTTALMAD'iE WILL BEGIN TO MOR row nij;bt a series 01 >at'bsth evi uliu srimona on "The SI* C'ir*es of New Vork and Brooklyn." First? '-I ying Ncn-i spcra." CE< TAR1ANISM. NOT CHRISTIANITY.-RBV. CI1AUN O ??cr lilies will Itcture on tiili ?ul jert Sunday evening, at I'cioci., In the No* Jerusalem (S?ed<nbo:iit?n church, Thirty tilth street, between Perk and i exin.tnn avenues. ScRt^^rfe. Tie public aro cordially Invited. Morning ?or ablp at 1 1 o'clcuk. _____ oT. LI EE'S METHODIST EPISCOPAL ( HI ROH. F.>It. M tv-flrat licet, nenr Hiitli avenue.? Preaching on Sun ay at lti's A. M. by Rev. G. Hraiier. I no Rev. Dr. Curry, editor of li s < hrlst nti Aiiu i ate, Hill pre .ch In the evening st a qutr'rr before 8 o'clock. Trustee* lu atleu'lance to seat Strang' r*. fT WEN TV-SEVENTH STREET (ROSE HILLi Mi.THO 1 ili?t Epl? "pal church, Twenty-seventh street, nosr Third avenue, fiesi-bln* Snhbath uiornlngat It) 'v o'clock and in ti>e e*en'> * a' 'clock by Kev. Jehn D cklnsoo. the newly appointed pastor. Ssblath school at t? A. M. and V P. M. Prayer meetings at 3X P. M. and 6>o P. M. Seat* free. _________ TABl'.ilN ACIiI BAPTIST CHURCH, SECOND AVENUE 1 and Tenth urest, Rev. J. R. Kendriek, l>. D., pittor. Ferviee.- to-ni' riow ni >rnl?.g and erenlng at tl.e ueuai hours. 1 ir. An lcison. President < l Rochester Unlvenlty, will preach in the morning. ~~ VKW~ PIBUVATIUNS. THE CENTRAL PAHK UNDER RTVfl. LEADER I Rule.? R' rrinted fioin the Mart-h nunnher of the Na tional Ouarlctly, with the addition of a "Note to the K'uiler.'' Full sucply now ready. Price 2B cents. fcv?ry b uly Ua? heard of tlie chivalrou* animal In apcient table, who, having entered the arena and snarled at one of a dif ferent graife, as 'he champion of a much Injured brother, received a mere cout<:irptuoit* push from the paw of the al l??ed i/ITendar. and theu rsu about howitag, (rowiiac and yelping In nark coruers. The result was a very hoiv a.llance; httl not one of the brave alues ventured to ap pear In hi* proper persou le*t he too might receive a touch of the *?ine paw. See the Herald of March 1, 1871. Then see all the organs anu hired allies of the Doge and his naturalist; and contemp ate the apeutaole of an Individual attacked t v such a mob fur having dared to expreas h'a opinions <if the public per formance* of public functionaries, whom every lioneit, dis interested clttien regards with mingled fteilnge of Indigna tion, scorn and comemut. The tra le supplied by the Ameri can News Company. Nassau street. Tno*t no', afraid to communlcato irith the hitmt'le artist who has taken the above named photograph, and Is thus set up m, raav address him In care of KDW f SK.VR D., Editor National Quarterly, No tils Bruuda'ay. QP TSAi books oil hand, cataloguls nos. w OU? I t/O and W free. Send 11 etamp i<KGUAT 0UUI1J&&S. No. S Beckmsu itrtst, riNANUIAli. A TLAMTIC SAVINGS HANK, .1 Chatham square ami New Bowery. Asset* ! ...$3,PI1.518 5? Deposits, including liittrrsi i,?ri2,?7P 43 Deporlis ma ie mm- or un ur before April SO wUl receive luti Tret at troin April 1. / 1()MM KKCIaL PAPER, GOVERNMENT BONDH, KAIL* V rosd Bond*, Mocks anil all other Mecurillee bought and sold. Kel'eri to Janus i>. Flsli, Ksq.. President of Marina llank, New York, and Francis T. Walker. Es<}., No. 8 W all street. JAM I s R. hAKBKK, No. 5 Pine street, room No. #. 1iWELSH>K ? A VI NOB BANK. 888 .slXTH AVENUE, !i nesr Twenty-third street. Money ilenoalted on or be fore April It will draw Interest from April I. MM. M. (ilLKB, P reel ileal. Isaao 8. HiMtw, Secretary. JNTEREBT ON ( ITT STOCKS. The Intermit on the bonds and elocka of tlie city and oounty Of New York, due Mar 1. 1871. will be raid on that da* by John J. Hradley, hi |., Chamberlain of tne City, at bla office, In the New Court House. The traoefer books will be cloaed Saturday, March 18, tWL RICHARD B. CONNOLLY. Comptroller. Prr*KTMitNT i.t Trxkvcw,) Comri HOi.t.xa'B Orrtt r, Nkw Vohu, March 13, 1871. 1HBBBETTE, KANE A CO., J American Hunker* and forwarding Merchant*, 83 rue du 4 riepiembre. Par U , Issue letters of rredta anil receive deposits. Letters for traveller* received and forwarded. Cot respondents In New Yoik, AU6T1N, BALDWIN A CO., 7u and 73 Broadway. MONEY TO LOAN-UPON BOND AND MORTGAtlK. Apply at ltrauch Oillce Continental Inmranoa Com pany, 1,2x0 Broadway, corner Thirty-third street. par M ORTOAOEON BROOKLYN PROPERTY FORBALE. S5 per cent discount a.lowed. V. E. RIVES, M Broadway. V"OTICE.~ON AND AFTER SATURDAY, THE 15TH l.\ Imt., the coitpona of the Hint mortgage bnmh of the Alabama and Chattanooga Railroad Company due January 1. 1871, and numbered front 4,001 to 4,720 Inclusive. will be paid at the banlilUR liouae of Messrs. DUNi'AN, SHERMAN A CO., on behalf ol' the Alabama and Chattanooga Railroad Company. TUK ENERGY Willi WHICH THE BV1LD1NO OK THE NORTH H RN PACIFIC RAU.itOAli ii being pushed forward 1* an added g>iarunty of its early completion and wise management. At the pri-setit daie the ?lading Is nearly finished tor 28ti mllrs from Lake Superior through Central' Minnesota to the eaitern border of Dakota ; train* are running over ISO mlleH of romoleted track ; the Missiisippi river I* bridged at Kralnerd and mice more Joined to the lakea by ral', and traeic laying I* ra|>ldly pro freeing westward. By September next train* will run to he Red river, and the vradlng will probably he lar advanced toward tue Ureat Bend of the Missouri river In Central Dakota. In the meantime work ha* been oomnienced the present season on the I'acltlc coast; a large force of men I* already employed m the valley of the Columbia river, to Washing ton Territory, and hereafter the work of con (ruction will be pushed "both eastward and westward toward I lie centre wltu such rapidity a* the best Interests of the road may Juctlfy. Liciudlng Ha purrhaie of the St. Paul and Pacific road, lb? NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY has 413 in I. os of road now In operation. and belore the close oi the present season the length m Unlnhi d track wilt be at lenst ft 0 miles. The new highway to the Paciilc 1* being constructed at the lowest coil compatible with first class , work. The bonds of the Northern Parlftc. Railroad Company are secured by a first mortgage on all the property of the road, inoluoiug the enormous land grant* of tlie government. The principal Is parab e In gold, and the honds are at all times receivable st 10 per cent premium for the lard* of the com panv. They bear seven and thrie- tenths per cent Internet, payable In gold semi-annually, mid are offered to purchasers at par uud accrued Interest. For sale by JAY COOKE k CO., New York, Philade'.uhla and Washington. TirANTED- WILLIAMSBURG GABLUHT COMPANY TV Slock, 10 to 1U0 shares, for which a fair price will be paid. Address J. w? 28i? West Tenth street. tRft AAA TO LOAN.-WII.L HE LOAN BD ONLY UU,uUU on good city Improved Property or on Farm* in Westchestor couuty. Apriy to C. V. JONEB, 49 Willla.ii street, room 11. (fcHWWWin TO ON BOND ANO M?BT ?]p I ' ' V f gage on city real estate. In largo ami small sums, at 7 pur cent interest. Apply to WILLIAM Ki'.NNELLY, No, 4 line street. s EUtOPI'.AN Sm>H!lie.\ TP AM TO QUSBNSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL, CAR rylng the United State* mar*. Sailing every Wednesdav. WYOMING, Whineray April 19, at 3 P. M. MINNESOTA, Freaman April SH, at 1U A. >1. From pier 46 North river. Cabin passagr, 48U, cold; steerage, .#.10, currency. Prepaid tickets $33, currency. Passengers t>ooked to and from Pari*, Hamburg, Norway a;id Sweden, Ac. Oralis on Ireland, Euglaud, France and UPrmau) at ivneai i??. AI'Miy M? WILLIAMS A GOTO*. W Broadwtv. WHITE STAR LINK. NEW YORK. CORK AND LIVERPOOL NEW AND FULL- POWERED 81> AMSHIP8, THE SIX LARGEST IN THE WORLD, OCEANIC, ARCTIC, PACIFIC, ATLANTIC BALTIC. ADRIATIC, 6,(100 lone burden -8,1100 horse power each. 8aJ!ln* from New York on SATURDAYS, from Liverpool on Till KSDAVB. and Cork Harbor the day fo lowing. OCEANIC, Captain Dlgby Murray, li appointed to Mil from New York SATURDAY, April 14. at 3 P. M. Paafrn^er accommodation* (fur all claatea) unrivalled, C"mbit,lll|,BAFETir, SPEED AND COMFORT. Faloons, staterooms, smoking room and bathroom* In midship section, where le nt motion If fait. Burgeon, and gtf Wiraeaari accompany these steamers. RATES? Saloon, ijwo gold. Ste'rage, >530 currency. Those wlahiug to tend for filenda from ilie Old Country can now I'btain steerage, prepaid certificates, .+XP. currency. 1'i.sf 'nuersD'Kjke I to or from all raits of \mri lea, Paris, Hamb rj. Norway, Sweden. India, Australia, tc. Exrurtlon tickets KTonted at lowest rales. Droits from .CI upward. For Inspect on of plana and other Information sptily at OCEANIC STEaM navigation company's offiJeh, No. 19 Broadway, New York. J. H. SPARKS, A.,i.-nt. TirHITK STAR LINE. Tf Nolloe to pai-engers. -The steamship Ocennlc will leave the White Star pier, Pavonla ferry. N. J. (reached from Chamber* or Twenty-third street* ', this day, at 2 1'. M. N orth German llo\d steamship company. FOR SOU! HAMPTON ANli BREMEN. The steamship Rll i- IN, Captain J. C. Miyer, will anil on Saturday. April T2, at 3 P. M , from Bremen pier, loot Third atrret. Iloboken, to be followed by steamship HANS A, Cap tain K. Brlckenstrln, on Tuesday, Apr'. 27. 1CATES OF PASSAGE TO LONDON, HAVRE AND BREMEN. payable in rold, or Ita equivalent in currency. First cabin 9-120 Seeondeabln <2 bt' erase 25 K or freight or pasingr np^N CHS 4 CP.. Agents, 1 8 Broaa street. 0 NLY DIRECT LINE TO FRANCE. The (leneral Transatlantic Company's Mall Steamship* be tween New York and Havie, calling at Hiest. The splendid vessels on this favorite rout* for the Conti nent will sail from pier No. 5P North river, aa follows : ? Pi- REIRIv Danr* Saturday, April 2S. VILIiK DIC PARIS Surtnont Saturday, May S LAI'AYKTTIS ,Koti?san Saturday, May J0 Price of passage, In gold (including wine), to Brest oi Havre:? I'lrst cabin $140 SoconJ cahln..., ........ .f 75 The** steamers do n > ?t rsrry steerage pimsengers. Excursion tickets issued at reduce I r.ites. American trave ers yoli.tf to or retiming fro.n the Cin tliifut of Europe, hv taking the steamere of thla line avoid both transit by English railways and the discomfort* t f crossing the Channel, be*ldes saving time, t.oubleanJ eipwiae. GEOltuR MACKENZIE, Agaot, 5H B: oadway. rpHE ANCHOR LINE STEAMERS X null every Saturday and alternate Wednesday to and from fllasgnw and Derry. Ps? servers booked and forwarded to and from *11 rsllway stations In Great Britain, Irelsn I. Hermany, Norrray, Swe den or Denmark and Awcrlca a* nat>ly, speedily, comforta bly and cheap; v aa liy any olh?-r ro'lte or line. ?'FXPIt*B?" RTFAVKBW. I "BIPeFBS" STFAMK**. IOWA Sat., April 15 I INDIA Sat , May ? AUSTRALIA. ..Sat., April IJ COLUMBIA.... Sal.. May U EUUOPA Hat.. April 2fl I ANGLIA 8?t., May 2(1 and an extra steamer every other Wedne?day, from pier 20 North river New \ ort, at no?u. Kates of passage. payable in cuiTenoy, to Liverpool, Gl.isgow oi Iterry: First caMns. Sftlo and $75, according to location. Cabin excursion tenets g?od for iw tl> e mouth* )> WCurlng bett accommodation*, *18?. Intermediate, $.13, steerage, Or Irtoa'.e*, at re lucc'i r?t?, can be boujhl here by those wlshlt to send for tlielr lri*m:?. lira Is l<?>ie 1 oayable on |'re?ent^tlon. Apply at the company's ollices, to HENDERSON BROTllKKS. No. 7 Bowling Green. /1UNARD LINE. \ ; The Itrlush ard North Ameilcan Royal Mall Hte*ni*!il| b"tween New York and Liverpool, calling at Cork fUrhur. CCKA . ..W ednes lay, April 19! PA ItTII I A.. IbuisI'v, Apri' .0 CHINA.. W ?dn?*day, Arrli'.tl | II A I A VTA. .Saturday, Aprlt!? S< (?Tl\..W?<lnc*<l*y, MayRi ALGERIA. . .Saturday May ? JAVA. ...Wedre*duy,Mav 10 ABYSSINIA. Haturd'v, May U RUSSIA.. Wednesd'y, Msy 17 I i \l AKRIA.Saturdav, Mar i>: HAT KM OK PASSAGE. By the W*dn<Mdny ntcamers, not crrvlng steerage : ? KliatCablu ?i:?i, gold. Second Cabin '? First Ca* In to Pari* IA fid P.roni Ticket* 2*d, to'd By ihc Thursday and rxturdav steamers:? First CaMa *??, Bold. Steerage f:w, currency Return 'I leket* I W. gold. steerare Ticket* from Liverpool an I Queenstowu and all parts of Europe at lowest rites. Thro igh bills of lading given Tor Belfast, ( ? lastow. Ha vra, A ntwr-p and other porta on the Continent, and fur Mediter ranean port*. For relglit and cabin paasnge apply at the eoinpam s office, No. 4 Bowling Green. For t'.eri age paaaase at 111 Broadway, Trl iltv Building. * CHAKLES G. FRANCKLYM, Agent. London and new york steamship line. For L union d reel, from pier No. 3 North river. PARAGUAY, A J' rll Ju, at HA. M Kates of Paissce In currency. First cabin, 4 75: second cabin. iWKl: steerage. $30. Apply to HOW LAND A ASPINWALL, Aaet.u, >1 and KA South street. NOTICE. -SHIPPERS AND PASSENORRS BY Tiff. IN man line are heie>>v respectfully Informed that the masters of this eorr pany's steameri have received order* never to cron tl.e longitude of Wi d-^r^e* west, north of tha latitude of 40 desii-** north, In order to avoid the danger of lc*ou the hanks of Newfoundland. /U'NARD LINE. \ J FR(.M BOSTON FOR LIVERPOOL DIRPCT. SIBERIA, Saturday.Hth April ALEPPO, Thurd'v, i7th April TAKIKA.Tluired'y, JOtli April I HAM AHlA.Thursd'y, 4th May f abln I'ssaAk*. $'?, golo. Return Tlcketr, (old. Steerage. tUO, currenoy. Foi frctiM or pas?a-c srply to J A Mis AL.aANDER, N? Htsl* street, BhIob. CUAU. (I. FRANCtUaYjii, No. 4 ItowUMk UroJO. 5, Y> 1 eckopkan nr?An<4iiin. INMAN LI N R POB QUEERSTOWX AM. LITHKPOOb 1 Royal M nil 1 MmHri?rf appointed to nail followed CITY OF PARIS Saturday. A jrtl 15, tT.Mi CITY OP BALTIMORE vtn Hall fan Tu?*d'y, April IK, I P K CITV OK BRUSSKLH Kaiur-lay, April 2(. 1 P. Z CITY Of LONDON Saturday. April 1 p. If. an I earli succeeding Saturday and alternate Tim l*r, from Pier 4# North river. Rails of Pannage. Payable In gold. I Payable In currency. Pint cabin .....+75 I Steerage To London To Lou lou To Paria 9" I To Pari* _ Pa?*engers aWo forwarded to Havre, Hamburg. Hri-nsen, Ac., a reduced rate*. Ticket* can lw bomht bere at moderate ratea by persons wlnh'ng to aeni for their friends. for further Information apply at the i.ompun* ? Office. JOHN O. IlAliK, Alien), 1ft Broadway, New York. rpiiE Hamburg -american packet company^ J. Iron mall sleamnUlp i'f MBKl A Captain P. H. Haak. will tall on Tuesday, April IK, Ifil, *4 2 P. M.. for Hamburir. takiuu passengers Irom New loik io Hamburg. First Cabin, ? IsU: Seoonl Cabin. *72; Steerage, i|25, gold, parable in United State* fold. The WESTPHALIA will (all April ?, IW7I. k I' Ml ARM k CO., C. h. RICHARD A BOAS, Oeneral Aurtita, Ooneral Pa**en er A genu, 61 Broal utrcet. N. Y. No. ? Barclay street, N. Y X A 8 TKAm' to ll' V K U P< ) O L AND QOERK8TOWN From pier 47 North river. PENNSYLVANIA, Webster. ...Saturday, April 1\ at 1 T. M. VIHOIMA, Suinuer 8%turday, April at H A. If. IT A L i . (irovan '? ednesdav, At 'li ?*. at ? A. Jf. PaiiH'ie to Liverpool or yueenstown? Cabin. S7J and 9s>i stcragv, ift'JS, currency. . , . Prepaid steerage tickets from Liverpool, Quseastown, Lou donderrv and Ulavjow, $41, ourrenoy. For further particular appiy at the company a oBoe, Hi* M Broadway. K W- j HURST, Manager. IOASTWH!! STKh.lHIUI'S PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S LINK IO CALIFORNIA. JAPAN AMD CHINA. VIA PANAMA. CARRYING Mails, PASHkNURRS AND FREIWIIT To KINGSTON, JAMAICA AND PACIFIC COAKT OP MKX ICO, CENTRAL) AM KRIt'A, PERU AND CHILE Steamers leare 15th and ikith each month, eicepttng whea thoae dates fall on HuiiUmv. Hum tne day previous. April IS, ateatner OCEAN gUi-.KN. Captain A. O. draft will leare pier 42 North river, at 1J o'clock noon, lor Anpln wall, touching at Kingston. Jamaica, and connecting at 1'aunam with steamer MONTANA, Capta n ? , touching at Puntu Arenas, Sao Joae, Guatemala, Mazatlan, Acapuinn and Kan IMe?iu. Cal., and ulao connecting for all Central American and South Pscltlc porta. Freight for laat named pot- h repaired until 4 P. M. of i:ith Inst. Steamer AM KRICA will leare Han Francl*co, May I, foe Japan and Clilua. For ratea of poeiiage, freight and all further information, apply at Company'* o I!ce on the pier, foot or' Canal utrcet. F. R. BABY, Agent. UNITED STATES MAIL TO HAVANA. Atlantic Mull HeuinsMp Company, nailing regularly every Thnraduy, at 3 o'clock r. M. precisely, from pin No 1 Nor>h river. COLUMBIA. Captain K. Van 8lce (Via Nassau) April 10 MISSOi'RI, < aptain J. B. Edward* April tl MORRO CA8TLK, Captain R. Adamnvla Naaiau). ..May 4 For freight or pataage apply to A. \V. D1MOCK, I 'resident, No. B Howling Oreen. Havana, sisal and vera cr? z. New York and Mexican Mall Steamship Line, Imvlac t ier 17 Ivast river at 8 P. M., direct to Havana. CITY OK MKKIUA, Deaken Tuesday, April IS CLKOPATRA, Phillips ( Havana only .Thursday, April tt I'l l Y OK MiiXICO. j'ltmnerm.in Monday, MayS CLKOPATKA, Phillips, (ilavnna only). . Wednesday, May IT For frelkiht or panssge apply to K. ALEXANDRE k HONS, 811 Broadway. UNITED STATES AND BRAZIL MAIL STEAMSHIP Company.? The ele-rant acrcw iteamdilp MKRKIMAO, 2 (KM) ton* burthen, Captain W. Wier, will sail for (it. Thomas Para, 1'ernamhtino, Bahal and Klo de Janeiro, on Monday, April 34, at 10 u'clock A. M., from pier 411 North river. For freight or paaaage apply to WM. R. uARRlSON, Agent, No. 6 Bowling OrMfl. B" FLORIDA AND UULF LINE; "* 1 via Femandlna and Florida Railroad. The first clans steamship CATHARINE WHITING Wilt (all from pier 28 North river on SaMirday, April 15. Travellers to Florida by this route have the advantan of a direct line conneetlng with the steamer for HL Augu*. tine and all point* on St. John's river. For freight or passage apply to J^MEK HAND, Agent, II1I Wall street. Texas line of Galveston h team krs carry Ing the United Slaten Mall - Touching at Key West. The A I steamship lihNERAL 8KD< I IVldK, Captain IUIU. at pier SO East river, will leave on Saturday, April Through bills of lading Elvcn to Houston and to all POlais on the (Saivestou, Houston and Henderson and II. B. R. aul C. rallroadi. For froigbt or p?"age spply to C. 11. MALLORY k CO., IS3 Maiden lane. F~ OR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT! * Old Line. Iiow freight. The well known brnt clasn aidewheel sleamshla BIENVILLE, J. B. Raker, Commander, WlU lf>*ve Iller art North rl,#r m 4 . !,.?.??? ^ f-rlt l!t *1 UP.M. Freight taken lor Mobllii, (lalvcston, Lavacca, In dlauola and ail points on the Mlsslsilppl and Ohio rivers, t# be rcshlpped at New Orleans. For freight or passage, h iving aupertor accommodatloM, apply to LIVINO8V0N, FOX k CO.. 88 Liberty *treet. Steamship VICI'OR will follow, Horn pier 20 East rlvar, Saturday, April C. IL MALLORY k CO., 138 Maiden lane. FOB NEW ORLEANS DIRKCT. M KRCHANTb' STEAMSHIP LINK. from pier No. 12 North rirer, at A o'clock P. *. UENEKAL MKAHR on Saturday, April If. Freight received dally. Through rntrt siren fur St. Lome, Vlckslmre, Mobile, Oalreslon and In llaicla. For freight or puts***, bavin* supeilor aci-ommodatloae, apply to r K tDhK 11 HAKhK, M Broadway, For new Orleans direct. """" Thn Cromwell Menmihlp I. In#. The steamship CORTES. t'aptalu II. Nelson. will lenro pier No. 9 Nortli river, on Saturday, April l/>. at S o'clock P. If Freight recilve I dallv. Through rate* given for Oalreatoa, luitiaoola, Mobile an J St. Louis. Cabin passagl. $fcl ; steerage, H25. For passage cr I'reijnt appu- to \ U. M CKdM vv KL.L A CO., W Went street. TilE URKAT SOUTHERN FRKIUHT AND PASSENOER Line for Charleston, s. C., thd Florida Porta an I the South anJ Southweat, ?ailing from pier No. & Noilli river at J V. M. every Wcduea d<> v and Saturday. The Brit clan sldewliecl steamship CHAMPION, Cuptalu K. W. LockwooJ, will (all on Saturday, April 15. Through passage ticket* an J bill* of In llnj iimed at lowset rate*. Kor local H eight and pnnjg? apply to HKSItY K. M1 ?tttlAN k i O., M Broadway. For throtig'i frelclii tariff and rat'* apply to BENTLEY D. 1IASELL, ? ietieral Agent, Orcat Southern Freight Lin*. R17 Proadway. * entrance In Thimai street. The steamship FtOlTTll CAROiuiiA tbiu ."o.iow aad d*i. da Wednesday, April P. Jior nokf< >i.k, crrv i-oint asd Richmond" Old Dominion .Sti'.nmtii|i t'ornpan/. Ste-.mihlp; ot tbl* line leave pier U7 North rlrer, foot of Beach street For Nornlk. City Point and Richmond, on Saturday. Api'll 15, it o I*. M.. hte,?ms!ilp wt aNOKE connecting with lUo Vliijinta an I Teune??e? Air line, the Scabiar*,ln land Airline. Fetei-aburg and Weldon Railroad. Cnesapeake and Ohio Railroad, and Richmond un.l Oanvllle Railroad. Through pai<encer ticket* and ttiruu b bol* of lading at ro tlticert rale* u> all uolnta South and Southwest. Apply at ofllce, on pier 37, or to N. L. MoCREADT. President. 187 Greenwich iitreet, corner or I'ey. TKATKM.HUS' IICIPK. ^ VfARRAOANBETT HrEtMHHIP COMPANY. XI l,-or llostoo, via Newport an I Kali River. 1571. Hummer arrangement. t-71. Tbe Hp ci did steamei* BRISTOL, Commander A. U, Simmon*. and PROVIDENCE, Commander B. M. Simmon*, leave alternately, dal y (Smdaya excepted) from pi*r M North river, fool rt <'han>'>er* street. Tue moat direct routa to Tuunton. Mlddlehoro, Plymouth, Cape Cod, N unl ickH, New lledford, Mariha'a Vliievard ami the South shore. (IRANI) PRlMENADK CONl:hltT nn board each steamer evn y eventn ?, by Hall'* celebrated Boston lira**, String an 1 Heed Band*. Freight iccclved up to 4 P. M. i .1 AMES FISK, Jt., Preildemt M. R. Hihons, Xan^lni I>lreetor. Cu AS. B. Kimuai.L ii, 'iii-rat raoaenger Agent. UROI'LAR EVENINU KOR ALBANY AND Troy?At 6 o'clock taie, afio. , bert'j-, Nb ; rtat i ronnttL $1. Steamer* leave ilailv S tturity* esceinel fro-n p'ei 41 North river. Spring ?tf"i. Thcie aplendi I ?te.iin?m cunnp'H at Albany and Tr y with all rallrjalt for th-' tV ??? ai4 North. Tnrou^h ticitru Itmed and ba;<nge ckeokeilto <le# Inatlon. su l'N DAY BO A I KOK NEWARK. On and after Sunday. K >rch 2d. thes'eamboat THOMAS P. WAY will tnak-) her roguL.r tr';ia Leave fo<it of Centre street, Newark, "A.M. .tod 4 P. M. I^.ivr loot u( Barclay itreet, New York, lj : jO V. M. and 4:5(1 P. M. M"p|.lng at B.-risea Point each way. OTEAMHOAT FLORENCE WILL LEAVE MU.'-RAY itre't, plerV, dallj for Yonker* and C?rin? i*vli'- at 4 1^ A M. L* Vonaerg at 8 A. M. Landing itTt.rt* lo'iilb atrent Hunday* VAC'IITW, Mma HOAT? *C. J F^iiR S VLK- IN OOOD ORDER. THE FOLLOWING Salli fltiiii a fchooncr yacht:? Mulnatil, Koreiail, J lt>. Flyli i; Jls, Jib Top- all. Hemp Malntoniull, MaintopmaM Siaviali. Con be seen at WTLSON'S tall loll, cui ner Smith an<i Ito. levclt atrset*. LH?R HALE SLOOP YACHT NIAOARl. II TONS, JT O. M., ail eiiBMlete. App v on ooard, a; Tnirty-fourtu ?l rent and Third avenue, Ouwanu*. L>OR VALE CHEAP? THE PROPELLER C. 8 DAVEN. r jK.fi. if* torn Icniilh d'l feet, double engine*. 1 4m 14 1 drauKht7'y feet . g 'oJ tmlicr. Apply to F. A. WILCOX, M wail street. HK ~W- ELL k'noTv N SCH( HjNK R \ At'HT ALilA, with all her appurtenance*, will t>* *old 1* aui-tloa. without reserve, fin the S-i'h day of April, at Mr. Frank Bate*', Oowarua Hay, foot of Thlrtv-slitlt street, Souti Ilrooklyn; IH ton*, 40 feet Id length; has been recently re fitted; Is the moat comfortable, safest and be-t sea boat to bo found; muit b: sold, a* the owner I* going to l urope. j WANTED-A PltOFELUER ICO BOAT, FROM 16 TO t4 Inch cylinder, with name of boat, when bnl't, an4 full dlmemli-ne, also lowest cash price. Addrea* box 723 New London, Conn. t VACHT FOR SALE? SLOOP, WITH CABIN, MX1I: J well built ; good sea boat : can be seen at Hoboken. FM partlcolani address E. c., box ll:i Herald oBm, yV'AJiTHO TO Pl'KVUtl^I. AS CIIANDELIHRS A!lD FlifTl'RKS WANTRD-ON^ \l from S to 11 llahla; live from fl to S light*: mus? he of modern malte and in *oo?l onler. Addresa JOUHi llENRfr bog 190 ltaral4 1 utvwu BrauwU oilic*. 1U46 breauway.