THE NEW YORK HERALD.
WHOLE NO. 12,675. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1871.-TR1PLE SHEET. PRICE FOUR CENTS:
DIRECTORY FOR ADVERTISERS.
AMUSEMENTS? Twelfth Pagt? Fourth, fifth and sixth
ASTROLOGY- Eleventh Page? Sixth column.
BILLIARDS? Eleventh 1'age? Sixth columo.
BOARD AND LODGING WAMED? ELEVENTH PAQE
BOARDERS WANTED? Eleventh Page? Fourth anil
BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE? TWELFTH
Paok Firs'. column.
BUBINE&S 01*1'0?TUMTIES? Twelfth pAdE-TlilrJ
BUSIN ESS NOTICES Sf.venth PAOE-Slith column.
CKJARS AND TOBACCO? Ft ebt Paoe Btxlh eo umn.
CITY RKAl. ESTATE FOR SALE? Twelsth Page -
First colum'i. . .
CLERKS aNU SALESMEN? Second PAOE-Fourth col
CIK)TD1nG? Twelfth Page? Fourth column.
COACHMEN AN 1> GARDEN ERt> ? SECOND PAGE-Fourth
and fifth column*. _ _ ..
COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS? FlIUJT l'AGK-Slilh column.
COPARTNERSHIPS? Twelfiii Page? Third coluuin.
COUNTRY HOARD-Eleventu Page? Fifth aud sixth
columns. _ ,,
DRY UOODS-Fiebt Page? Fourth eolnran.
DWELl.lNW HOUSES TO LET, FURNISHED AND I'N
F URNISHED? Eleventh Page? Third column.
EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS? First PAGE- -Fifth and iixth
EURol'E? Twelfth Page? Fourth column.
I5YES AND BARS? Twf lftii PAOE? Fourth column.
EXCURSIONS Fikbt PAOB--Slxth column.
FINANCIAL? Fiubt Page? Flfji ci-iumn.
FOR SALE Ei.rvr.NTH Page- Sixth column.
FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
Ei.fvf.ntii Page Third an I fourth column*.
FURNITURE -Ei.Evr.STn Page? Second column.
FRENCH ADVERTISEMENTS Second Page? Sixth col
tlELl* WANTED? M.VLES SECOND PAGE? Fifth and iixth
HELP WANTED-FE.MALE8-SF.OONI) PACE-Thlrd and
HORSES. CARRIAGES, Ac.? Fibst Page- Second, third
an l fourth columns.
HOTELS? Elevkktu Paoe? Fifth column.
HOUSES, ROOMS, AO., WANTED? Flttur PAGE- Fourth
INSTRUCTION? Finsr Page? Fo-.irth column.
JliRiEY CITY, HOHOKEN, HUDSON CITY AND BER
OEN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE- Tweli TH PAGE?
LECTURE SEASON? Twelfth Paob? Sixth co'umn.
LOAN OFFICES? fiRHT Pa?E? Fifth column.
LOST AND FOUND? Fisht Page? First column.
MACHINERY- Eleventh Page? Sixth co'umn.
MAItliLE MANThLS -Twelfth Page -Ihlra column.
MEDICAL- SEOO.'.n Paok - Sixth column.
MISCELLANEOUS ADVER USEMEN TS? 1 Tenth Page -
Fif.h aud sixth columns.
MISCELLANEOUS ? Second Page Sixth column.
M US1CAL? Tw? LFTU Page? S'xih co'umn.
PERSONAL Fiuht Page? First column.
PIANOFORTES? TwEl.l i H Page Six h column.
OL1TIC A L? Eleventh Page Sixth column.
ROPOSAf S? Twelfth Page- Fifth roiuiun.
PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO
REXT-*Twfli th 1'agf ? First and second colitmua.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE?' Twelfth 1'agf. Sec
ond and ihird columns.
REAL ESTATE WANTED? TWELFTH Pa?E? Third
REMOVALS? FmtiT Page? Fouith column.
REWARDS? Ft UHT PAOK? First column.
BALES AT AUCTION? Eleventh Page -First and second
SITUATIONS WANTED- FKMALES-SEOOND FaoE
Flrst, sccon i and third columns.
SITUATIONS WANTED- MALES-SBOOND Page -Fourth
SPECIAL NOTICES? Fiebt Page? First and second col
SPORTING- DOGS, BIRDS, Ao.-Fntar Page -Second
BUMMER RESORTS ? Eleventh Page- .sixth column.
THE TltADES ? second Pagk? Sixth column.
THE TURF? FiWii- Page? Second column.
TO LET FOR HI' SI NESS PURPOSES? ELEVENTH PAGE?
TRAVELLERS' GUIDE ? Fl E6T Paoe? Slxih column.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
Eleventh Page? Fourth column.
WANTED TO l'U RCH aSE? Fibht Page? Fourth column.
YACHTS, STEAM HO ATS, Jco Ftttsr PAGE? Fourtn col
HBUlIP BRANCH OFFICE? IIP TOWN.
^DVEKHSKMENTS FOB THE NEW TOME HERALD
ECEIYED AT BRANCH OFFICE,
THREE POORS ABOVE THIRTY-FIRST STREET.
ADVERTISEMENTS ARE RECEIVED FROM 8 A. M.
TILL 8 P. M. EVERY DAyTsT TOE YEAR AT OFFICE
RATES. NO EXTRA CHARGE OF ANY KIND.
AB. C.? LETTER IN STATION, A3 DIRECTED^
? R. C. 0.
For adoption-a fink, healthy female
chil l, live j fan of ace, of American parents ; speaks
both German and English. Address fur two days a. S.,
Hruvklvn Kosl office.
OLD SWEETN 1-.88.? AM ISO 800N FORGOTTEN ? NO
letter be yet. Where will letters reach you ? W 111 to to
your clutvh i.C\t Sunday. KISS.
INFORMATION WANTED? OF MARTIN FARkELL;
when isai heard from was Ht Carol 11a Barracks, Pennsyl
vania. Aey in.'ormat on will be thankfully received by his
biu.Ur In-law. CH WILES MULOY, lrvlngton, N. J. Penn
sylvania papers please d.-py.
INFORMATION WANTED-OF ELIZA MCCARTHY.
I formerly of Bail ry, coun-y Cork, Ireland. When last
heard f.-om was In Boi on. Mum, Anv inlorina'i'.u of lier
will ba thank. u'ly rccelvd by her friend I). J. MoCARTHV,
S77 Division s roe;, New York. Boston papers please copy.
IK THIS SliOl LD MEET THE EYE OF ANY OSK WHO
can c've Information about Henry Reynolds Locisnrv,
late of Ca'rlek on Shannon, Ireland, who enileraied io
Amcilca 111 1VHS i since which time no account lias been
heard from Idm? supposed to hav? none to Contieotlcu. or
somewhere In the htaie o' New York). th> v will do a great
kindness by communicating wiih hi* brother, P. K. Dl.'i'K
ERY, 1# Pownall square, Liverpool, England. If i! Is usual
fur j apcrs to co].y thry will please do so.
IM? ALL B101IT. WILL BE THERE, SURE.
REAL ESTATE. - WILL MR. L*"0 CALL ON K.
W*** n, lo.-merly of Ninth, at 112 West Twenty-sixth
MWl ? _____
Susan aqnew, lath of 67^ rimiD avenue -send
your adiirefs to 11. 9., Hera'd ofliee. Something to your
mHE PARTY WHO TQOlt TI1E SCAB FROM 6? EX
X cham/e place la kuow i. Li'.tva it nt the offica of the
Grand Hotel and no exposure wi I be made. 8. A. 8.
WILL JOHN M. WILSON, ESQ., OF CINCINNATI,
please call on C. (1. Dcl'.ruler at thv St. Nicholas tins
Vl'ASiiiNmoN. TWELFTH STREET? "OO 5 FIDE N
TV UaL"? Note received. Out of town till lucaday. Wnte
to N. Y. Club, 81 East Seventeenth street.
r,a*?T a>i> ifoii?o.
Lost- a gentleman's solitaire diamond pin,
crown set'lns, supposed to hare be?^ left In Pullman
car arriving at Jersey City TitMday mornlnsr. Aprit 26. from
Chicago, or lost on wuv to Albemarle or St. James Hotels,
or on nlue o'clock train on Hudson Klver Railroad. A liberal
reward wl I be paid on return to BROWN & DLlSb, 170 Mon
roe street, New York.
LOST-ON TUEHDAY. IN BROADWAY AND 'SECOND
h rod ftat,e, a pait of Mathews' Talon' Silver Plated
Dratuhl Arm, for soda fountain*. Whoev r returns til*
?tune io Cosmopolitan Hotel will b? liberally r. ward hL
IOST <5 HKWARD? ON WEDNESDAY EVEN1NO,
J Mav 8, between W> st T1 Irty-fonrth street and No. 7
Jiaat 1 Hi ?.,? f.lxtb (-'reel, a Dink onyx Sleeve Hilton, In ?0 d
sitting, wl h monogram O. J. T eu^rsved on II. Return to
No. 7 fcns. Ihirly sixth streel ami receive reward.
OHT? ON MAY 8 "a~BRU\VN 1'OCKETB'JOK, IN OO
J lni:froni S.n</ S ue lo Hudson River Hal'road depot,
Twcnty-nr.th a in < t, In 9:45 train, from < crot to Eighth ave
nue and Abingdan sqtiaro, then e lo Hammond and West
atreeu, lu the street ears, containing over a if I'M in bll's and
vainable papers. A s alable reward will be pall by relt'.ri
ing it to ,<V. A. l'EMZ, Sins Slug.
IOST? CRRTIFICATES NO. Wl, FDR 100 SHARES, AND
j f.'o*. 842 nul IHSl, for LO shares e.vh, of I lie Calumet
Mini c Com panv stock, vandlti* In the name of K. W. Davis,
Ca'li.ir. Tho B .me were mailed nt tills city on the 12th ol
Arrii Ins-., addressed to such c unj any, at Boston, Muss.
rOCOIIRKKlt If. May 187).
OKT? THURSDAY A KTK 1NOON, MAY 4, IN WALL
rtrcet, between hr.ia I an I U'lMUiii, a V1UU bill. Th"i
finder will lo IT. orally rewarded If ilie name Is returne I lo
BACON BRuS. St ST/.RK, 2? I'road street.
A* REWARD PAID FOR RETURN OF A LARGE
?J)?J Memorandum IJooI: to 20 llendo a rect. lost in Seventh
a\enuo car Monday mornlug. Of no tue to auy but the
? K RRWAKD, AND No QUESTIONS ASKED, FOR
???) the re urn oi a light red colored Lea h' r Itaa. w.th the
Bame O. Sloe.ovlcli on ouLaide ; Ifl't in Philadelphia train on
TbmaJay morning, M'ty 4, at Jersey Cliy at 9 A, M.
U. tLOvCiTICH, 109 Pearl sir ei, N?w York city.
Ao/\ -LOST, O-J SUNDAY NMHT, A COOPER
Cbr.n'imoler, with along Cable Chain attacl ed.
The above reward w III I e paid and no qu. s;ions asked. Ad
dress It. S. K., IhiZ li7 Herald Uptown ltraneh odice.
Ar.ft REWARD WILL BE PAID, AND NO O' ES
H " lion asked, for tlie remrn of th" V> atr.h nod M mo
ran 'urns taiten from mom 713 '?run l Central Hotel, at night,
?n the Sd of May. Address J. M. U., box S,'K?T Post ofllce.
a>r.t\ REWABP. LOST, ON S'NDAY EVENINli^
Clio April .111, 18.1. a Gold Hunting IS curst It AO.
Peasb y Watch. No. 27, M4. Any oerson nr nepions returning
Ihe same 1 1 the J'.w.-lry store of H. s^u'r". P7 Fultou
?treat. Now York, will reodve the at.ove reward.
llHOn RKWARb.-I.OST, IN A SIXTH AVENUE CAR,
?P J." / on Tbursdav afternoon, 4ih Inst., a Slack Leather
Ba<:, aocl lomally li ft liy ti e owner, con amine, among sun
dry t rlvale p.pera of no nsii lo any one bill tile owner, the
foTowtug seeurlil, A, via :_ifl second morlka^o iioa.l of i^fttiO
each, or the Kl'cble Mineral Uosin and Oil Company of
West Vlrgliilu, it um tried from Nos. 9tW to 124. fl to itil, iiO
lo 341, utid ? 1 lo Sill, hII lurlitahe; aid also (en
third mortgage bonds of the snnie company, numbered from
Nos. . 31 to i<4o, lob iiinluaive. Tne above, reward will be
paid on ibe delivery of said bate and contents lo the under
s'gned, at Ills residence, No. 211 Wa- hlngton souaie mo'th'.
JAMES LOS1MKR UltAIIAM.
WM!M I. N OTIC US*
a LARlIK ASSORTMENT OP BOOI'S SHOES, TRUNKS
J\ and Valises at the gnat Kairl.y sHoe t inporlum, lillO
Jlowcry, corner of tun 1 rlrevl, selling .H per ceet below
Bitiadway prices. W. D. rlo. LOW.
A" -STORAOK FOR KI KMTIM., pianos. *C. ; KOR*
. nltms packed, shlpp'.l ; film lure moved, c'ly i rootin
(rv. t'Boi 115 West E.r vsn'b street, ntar Sttlli sveuue.
A. r. .* U IIUHNtlAM.
W -AT THE IMlAWlBli oF THE KENTUCKY LOT
ten-, clasa 310, Nos. 21, 8 J, 40 drew $ 4),diU.
1>L LAN IIKUS., Hrokers,
MC Broadway, corner ol LI ben y straei. rooui 13.
NPKC1AL NOTICES. ___
AMERICAN jockey club.
Uut.i the new buildinir now being erected on the south
west corner of Madison avenue and Twenty-se.re'ith street is
completed the office ol the American Jockev Club will bu In
the Gladstone Uouae, on the northeast corner of Madison
avenu? and Twenty-seventh street.
C. WHEATLEY, Secretary.
^MERICAN BANK MC1E COMPANY,
New York, May 8, 1S71.
At the annus! election of this company, held tbli day, lbs
following gentlemen were elcctod Trustees for tlie cusulng
year, vlx :?
John E. Oavit, Tracy R. Edson,
Ne/iah Wr'ght, C. L. Van Zandt,
J. Dortey ilald, Win. M. Snilllie,
Albert U. Uoocia'l, Ceorge II. Staynor,
Tbco. H. FreeUnd.
At a subsequent meeting of the Board of Trustee !he fol
lowing officers were re-elected: ? .lohu K. (5avlt, President;
C. L. Van Zandt and Albert il. Ooodall, Vice Presidents;
Theo. U. Freeland, s>ccr> tary, and Nezt.li Wright, Ticusurer.
Til 1.0. H. FREELAN l>, Secretary.
AN INTELLIGENT PERStiN- LADY OR OENTLE
iniiu, can have remunerative, respectable business,
cor, sunt or In over hours; cash capital require I only seventy
ceuU to three do'.lais. Apply be. ween 6 and 7 o'clock at 38
-A.? OFFICIAL. DRAWINGS.
SIMMONS A CO.'S LOTTERIES.
ALAIIAMA? K XT It A CI.AS8 NO. 235 .MAY 4, 1871.
14, IB, 78, 43, 6u. 4?, 63, 40, 78. M, 47. 9, 61, 1&
PADUOAIl? OLASU NO. 21'? MA* 4, 1M1.
19, 3, 12. ta, 40. ttf, 5.,, i'9. SI. 67, 27, til, 35.
KKNTUCKV? KXTHA OI.AB8 NO. 311? MA* 4, 1871.
la, 8, 17. ?, till, mi, 74, 71. 43, 73, 41, 31, .2, 69.
KKNTDOKT? CLASS MO. 81.'? MAY 4, 1W1.
72. 7K, (!6, 75, 16, 6, <3, 25, 11. 47. .1, '.'9. S7.
Box 4,96'.l Post olice. J. CLUTE, Broker,
^(?6 Broadway, 153 Fulton street and ho. 2 Pari row.
A_a.-"wilminuton, n. t:? i.oth.iiy."
. W. H. OK H KEN .* CO., Managers.
OI.AVU 416- -DC AWN AT 12 .M., MA* 4, 1871.
SIR, 61. 67, 41. W>, ?5, 40, 43. 18, 78, 29.
CLASS 416- -11R4WN AT A P. M., HAY 4, 1871.
66, 16, ^8, 69. 84, 39, 68. 71. 8, 41, ft', 01.
LUTHY k CO., Brokers, 240 Greenwich street. ?
Board of apportionment of the city and
Count* of New York, Mav 8, 1871.? Notice is hereby
given that the Board of Apportionment created hy chapter
683, Laws of 1871, will meet on Monday, 8th Inst., at one
o'clock 1*. M., in the Chamber of tbe Board of Supervisors,
New York County Court House, for th? purpose of bearing
the applications for charitable aid of the several charitable
Institutions, hospitals and dispensaries named in the sixth
action or the act entitled "An act to make provision for the
local Kovrruine.nt of the city anl county or New York,"
passed April 1:*, ly7l, pursuant to the autboiity rested in
?.aid Hoard, the lustltut ous so named being as follows: ? Tbe
Five Points Mission, the La ilea' Union Keilsf Association,
the Orphan Asylutr. corner of Prince and Mott streets; the
Sisters of St. Dominio Asylum, the Hahnemann Hcspitn!,
the Women's Hospital oi the State of New York, the St.
Viucent uospiui, the Chaplo Ilo.i.e for Acei and Indigent,
the Nursery and Child's Hospital, the Women's Medical
Hospital College, the I'risoa Association, the St. Francis'
Hospital, the St. Joseph's Orphnu Asylum, the Society for
the Relief of Deiitliuto Childreu of Stamen, the New York
Infirmary for Women and children, tie St. Joseph's Home,
the Bllnu Mechanics' Association, the Fcmaln Assistance So
cie'y, the Patriots' Orphan Home, the Association for tho
Improved Instruction of Deaf Mut's, the shepherd's Fold,
the Oeiman Muslin Society, the Society for the Relief or
Juvenile Delinquent*. the Wajside Industrial Home, the
New York Dorcas Society, the Home for the Friendless, the
Ladies' Christian Union, tbe Lying-in Asv'mn in Marion
Sir et, the New York Magdalen Asylum, Up: Hi. Luke's Home
tor the Aged, the I'I.e Points House o; Industry, trie Asr oct
illion for Befriending 'Chlldien, the Jiicenle (luardlan So
envy. the Society lor the Protect! n of Destitute Roman
Catholic Childreu, the New York Uospltal lor Diseases of
the Nervous System, th ? Society lor the R"llef of the Rttp
tnred and Lripplcd, tho h'oclety lor Iudigeut and Crippled
Blind in Seventh n.enue, the Hospital for the Relief of the
Nervous and Puralyile Poor, the New York Eve
and Ear InQraiary, the t nion Home and School
for Chi.dren of our Volunteers; an i for the following named
di peusiirics, viz. ?The New York Dispenfary. th? Northern
Dlsp. nsaiy. the Eastern L'l.jpen?aiy. the Demllt D'spensary,
the Noitncastern Dispensary, uio Nor.hvriutcrn Dis
pensary, the Yorkvllle Dispenr,?ry, tho Harlem
Disp nsary, the Manhattan Dieponsary, tho Eclectic
Dispensary, the Cancer DlspenS iry, the DlfiieuRiiry of the
New York Meillcal Colleno for Women, the New York DIs
lii asary for Diseases of the Skin, tbe lloffinan Dispensary,
the N?r York l!onioio< athlc Dispensary, the Bond Street
lloruuviputhic Sociecv, lti? Branch Iloinrfopathlc Dispensary,
'J'l.mpkms square, tne Norlhesst?rn ilomce.ntathlo Dispen
s try, tfce New York Homneopathlc College Dispensary, the
W'-stern llomn-opathlo Dispensary, the Central Dispensary,
the Cenntn Pmpensary, the Western Dispensary for Women
and Childreu, the Infirmary of the New York College of Den
t'strv, the Ditii 'iisary lor Diseases of the Throat and Obcst,
the Orthorxi'd e Dispensary, the Metropolitan Homnepnthlc
Dlspetpiarv, the Nctv York Ophthalmic and Aural Institute,
on i the other Institutions and soclet'i s now provided for by
law. By order, A. OA KEY HALL, Mayor,
Chairmen of the Board ol Apportionment.
CoitMBi.tca Cotsso.-*, Secretary.
1 WtlRCII. DESTROYER OF MOTHS IN Fl KNl I UUE,
removed to 110 Fourth avenue, near Twelfth slrsot.
f 1IRCCLARS ADDRESSED FROM NEWLY COMPILED
V lists of namen of ail sorts, merchants, farmers, manufac
turers. I.Is'k of nainua complied.
J. ARTHUR MURPHY Jt CO.. Ill Nassau street.
Notice.? all persons having claims auainst
the estate of the late Jautes Hoy, ure requested to
I'i-eser.t the same at tne otllci of vcmain A Hoy Nos. 14 and
ill v\all street. ELLA NORA HOY, Kxeoutril.
New \ ouk, May 1, 1871.
Royal hatana lottery of cuba.-no 9,444
drew $2' li.tiOU gold April Hi. H>\v*ni (Joo Is, a fresh lot
just received and lor sale by JOSEPH BATES, 194 Broud
w.4.v. New York, up st i'rs, roam No. 4.
Royal iiavama lottery of ocba, april ss?
No. 9,441 drew .1 2>'0 h'JO cold. May 4, Kentucky, class
312, Nos. 72, 73, 66 drew 420,100. BALK* A CO . Brokers,
old established odicc, 174 Broadway.
TnE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC PARKS GIVES
notice that a free dump Is pcimittcd until further notlc.i
at the koutherly end of the Battery, eutraure from Whitehall
A MODERN HON QUIXOTE.
ORAVT'3 LAST CHARGE ON THE CONSTITUTION
MHOK'flNU ? IMMiH, HIKDS, A t .
SKYfl TERRIER FOR SALK-1S MONTHS OLD, B(:8T
over iiup irn"l, genu no; loweat price, Apply at
le rtar ol 60 Fifth a.eauo, from 1U to 11 A. M., lor two
f LEIiTWOOO ASSOCIATION,
r PremlUT* *13, POO.
AT FLEETWOOD PARK, MOIUU8ANIA, N. Y.
FIRST DAY? TUESDAY, MAY l?, 1<-7I.
No. 1.? Purse it *>ll, for hirs.-s Hint ncrrr trolled better than
thiee mlnntes; #>''0 to first, ij1"- *> to second, $100 to tlilnl.
No. 2. Purse *1,!i<Hi, for horses tliat never trotted better
thau 2 #1,000 to nrst, i>S0U t > second, yilkl to third.
SECOND DAV -WEDNESDAY, MAY 17.
No. B.? I'tirae ?2,tM>, for hortcs that never trotte>l better
than U:J8: #1.3 II to !ir-H. <M'll to secon !, $;H'0 to tMrJ.
No. 4. Purse ifl.tttl, for horses that nerer trott-d better
than 2:?9; !tOW to lirrt. Jjs2".t? to reccnd, *100 to third.
TH1R(> DAY-THURSDAY, MAY 10.
No. 5. Purse 1 1,'V 0, fur lumen that never trotted better
th?n JiiOj $1,1)0(1 to lir>t, If "(*i to second, if 200 to third.
No. t>.? Purse .rSik1, tor b rscs that ne ver trolled belt?r than
2 ; H4(0 to lirst, tUitJ to second, $100 to third.
No, 7. 1'oiHt* for horses that never trotted better
than 2:34 ; $ti?0 to l.r.t, ij .oO to sccond, $100 to third.
FOURTH DAY-SATURDAY, MAY 20.
No. R.? I'm ?4,UU>, frco for all hoises j if J, IKK) to flrst, 5 WO
to second, $7utl to thud, $1 0 !? fourth.
No. 9.? Purse $1.1*0, for horse# that nevi r (rotted better
than 2:81 ; 5 l,(Vvl to t.rat, t.'.'CO to second, ifi2oO to thud.
All the abov ra^e* to be mile heat*. 3 I11 5, In harness, to
be governed bv the rub s of tho National Ttoltlnit Assoeln.
tlon, and entries must be mod* In accordance with tbe same.
All communications to be addressed to P. J. M. VAN
CORTLANlJT I'mlJent at M or rlsania, N. Y., ou or before
tbr 4th day of May, 1671.
Entries will close at tne UolTmun Home, New York city,
on the 4th of May, at ? I*. M.
PETER J. M. VAN CORTLANDT, President.
Paail'M T .m.i.man, Superintendent.
I JOINT BREEZE PARK
For horses that have never ataned for plate, purse or
stake?first, WK", KiSW, 41110 81, WO
For boraes tb.it li.ivi! not trotted faster than 2:40? fiist,
*W<>. fraotl, .f lt'3 , l.OOO
For horses tli.U h .ve never troited faa.er than 2:32 ?
UBIHI, i()4W, ?ir 0 1,600
For Uoi^es that hive never trotted falter th^o 5:28?
l?l,20(>, $?K), 2dti J.OC0
' MAY 2d.
For h ore* that hsvo not trotted faster than 3:50 ?
$!i(?o, 4.800. *100 ... l.oco
For hoi sea ihst have not trolled faster than 2:35?
*8<I0, +100 1,000
Open to all e*eept l.ndv Thorn an I Ooldtu.l'h Maid
.t'llW, if'KO . , 2.800
The ftiiov rae.'s t" be mile besis, t'.ren in live. In harr.ess.
To be ncrenicd t?y the rule* of (he Na'ional Ass icla'.lon, and
all entries must he mart ? In accordance w.ih the same.
Entries 10 per cent toeloseat 11 P.M.. May 13, 1171. All
commnnicaiioii* address* t to A. A. l.bt'lll.l R, fe>ecr< ta:y,
243 South Six !? s:n et, Philadelphia, Pa.
oeo. STUKOB9, President.
litmsrx, CARUiACJi ;s, &<?.
A? BREWSTER, OK TWENTY-FIFTH STIiEtT, A.
. near Thitd avenue,
i.ll'rra the following iceoii.t band Can l.i^ei In good order and
at low prices:?
One mx pan'tnjer Phaeton.
One four uinsep^er I'hoetoa.
one curtain Quarter Onaeh.
Three t Oiip? ItoeltMvnjs.
One curtain Hockaway.
tine II ht Kretl.
Ono line Pony PbMt' n, Ttli'i '?nnofiy.
i RRIYED AdAIN J. C. DKYO, FROM OITY OF JACK
j\ son. Michigan, will more tlun Moves, at A. S.
CH AMHKRI.IN'S stable, Twonty .fitlh street, between L?\
liifcti'U and ThlrJ avenues.
AT *'0 BROADWAY? rAHRlAUES AND HARNESS ON
hand and made to order. The ruling ptiOilc Invit it to
ri amine the qua liy ?nd v t pric.-a. TlltlS. E. IIIOKS.
A - GOOD t'ARK AND ATTENtlON filVI N TO
. boar jIuk Horses, also llnrses ooucht and sold, atSli)
West Fiily-tOghth si reel, near Seventh av, n^m.
Awm OF.NTI.KMAN W18IHNO TO RKDUt'E HIS STOCK
will se.l at less thun vifloe one of three lraoia, for Park
or toad; ll.rr are veiy t lie and ev>ry way llr?t?la?s. full at
wrivjte sub.o No. ? > el. sou ulac* (Ml Mercer street}.
IKIliNKH, CA l(IMAIii:S f t'.
At the auction house ok
JOHNSTON A VAN TASSELl.,
otllco anu salesroom 37 Nassau street,
opposite the. Poet ofllce.
THE IIOr.SE ANr? CARRIAGE branch
of our bii**nc?s U conducted at our
HORSK AUCTION MART,
110, IIS, AND 114 fcA.Vl' IttrH ST., NEAR 4TH AV.,
where w? bolil regular
BAI.hR OK HORSES AND CARRIAGES
EVERY TUESDAY AND FKIDAY.
GENTLEMEN WISHING TO PURCHASE, OR THOSE
having Homes or Carriages to sell, will ttnd our house per
fectly reliable, as we conduct this branch of our business, as
we ilo all our other business, on the same stralgbtlorwaru
principles which govern honorable houses In all mercantile
''w yu'tiiVB py ROHASER OK EVERY HORSE
that Is warranted sound from 24 ^ 4? houm for trial.
ENTRIK8 FOR BALKS OK HORSES AND CARRIAGES
can be made at our down town offlcu :ind salesroom, ? "ft*"
s*u street, where we also keep a register ol horses tor prt
"liheral ADVANCES made ON CONSIGNMENTS..
CATALOGUE U.1' BALE THIS DA V HtII?A\ ), MAY 8,
at 19 o'clock, Owner's Description. __
PAIR OF KLEOAST mahogany dapple BA\ HORSJ.S,
over 1? hand* high, fi and 7 years old ; long inaues and tal.s;
kind and tru? In all harness; closely an
sped. These aorsei ar<s perhaps the MOSt Stiuw * A1,u
KLiKUANT CARItIA<*K TRAM in the city. TA%f?Q
El. ROAN T DOC* CART, In perfect order, built by JAMKa
P CONK Jk CO
"VEBY STYLISH TEAM BROWN HORSES, long mar.es
an I talis, lft>4 hands, 6 years; good, steady travellers; In
every respect a first class family team ; warranted sound,
kind and true. . ,.nvp
OURTA1N COACH, In perfect ortler, ADAMS A CONE
b 'kTYLISH, RRICHT SORREL TROTTING Horse, Ameri
can Star stock; raised in Vermont; lBI* hands. H years;
can 1 rot In 3:50, or belter io eon. ltlon ; will show a 2:45 salt
to-day; Is a first class gentleman's roadster; warranted
sound, kind and true.
TWO SEAT PARK PHAETOM.
BAY II AM HLETo.N I AN COLT, dred by BTT.LY DEN
TON, one of old Hambletonlao's fast sons, dam WILD
FAWN, she by AbdHllah; is 15i4 hands, 6 years ; lonj, flow
ing mane and tall; raised wltn great enre and t?x| ens > bv
p esent owner, and sbotvs prom 5.1 of extraordinary speed,
stvle and endurance; warranted sound, kind and true.
iiiOHT BKEtVSTKR NO TOP ROAD WAUON.
VERY STYLISH BR< >WN HORSE, long mane and tall,
15*1 bands. 8 years; exti". fine under saddle; lady can ride or
dilv.'litm; a superior family norre; war.antcd sound, kind
and t.ue. ALSO an
ELiiGANT VICTORIA and set Harness.
HANDSOME BLACK MARK, long man? and tall. 15>?
bands; good traTeller; exlra line under saddle ; sound, kind
and true In nil liarnes". j
BRETT, IN GOOD ORTlhn. Also COUPE, do.
BRIGHT BAY PON\, long mane and tall, 13 hands, nne
traveller; can be driven by children ; warranted sound, kind
and true. Also TOP PON V PHAETON and set Harness.
VERY STYLISH GRAY GELDING, Granger, sired by
Gilbreth Knox, out of liashaw mare, 16V? hnnds, 8 years; can
trot In 2:60; been u*ed Dust three years as a family borne ;
Is kind and true ; sale tor any one to ride or drive, and has
all gaits ?Tnder saddle. nd hand ROCKAWA
FINE BAY MARE, long mane and tall, 14X hands, 8
years; stylish; TROTS IN 3:10; fears nothing; boy oan
drive her; kind and true. Also NO TO P R< ' * ^ '
city made, nn I set Harness, made by DUNbCOMB, Robes,
*?WELL BRl'D bay Horse, St. Lawrence stock, long mane
and tall, 16.3 hands. 5 years; stylish ; pleasant driver ; rears
no locomotive ; trots In 3 :30; pnmiscs by proper handling to
be very last ; a tlrst class gentleman's roadster ; warranted
,0STYL1SH "chest,- *UT SORREL COUPE HORSE, 15
hands, ti years, very fast traveller, alrald of .nothing ; war
rantnn sound, Kind and true. ,
ItUlLOKK8' WA<r()N, buMiinbest manner; cood as new.
HANDSOME BAV HORSK, St. Lawrence stock, long
mane an l tail, 15V hands, 7 years, very spirited, line tra
veller ; very drsfrahh for matched carriage uss ; warranted
sound, kind and true. . j . n
EXTRA STYLISH GRAY HORSE, long mane and tall,
15Ji hands, 8 years, very spirited; has spleudld action ; one
of the litiesl saddle horses lu the city ; warranted ??und, kind
ami true in all harness.
FINE A.nD FAST BLACK HORSE, lilack Hawk stock,
long inane ami tall, 14 Vi hands; trots close to 3 minutes ; war
ran led sound. Kind attd (rue.
LARGE BROWN HORSE, long mane and tail, 16 hands,
7 years: fast traveller ; liue business, family or carriage
horse ; wan-anted sound, kind and true.
BAV MARE, loW hands, 6 years; good traveller; fine
worktr; warranted sound, kind and true. Alto no top
BUSINESS Wagon and set exp. Harness.
DARK BAY MARE, 115 hands, 10 years; good worker.
BAY HORSE, 1AM hands, 7 years; line family horfe.
TEN OTHER HORSES; description tltneofsale.
TOP AND NO TOP WA< ON8, HMY rHAt.TONS Pf
pot and Puslness Wago is. Ro-kaways, FOUR IN HAND,
WK A.T H R* N K V E ?ry NT j P. l- fc RES WITH OUR SALES.
AT n AC^T Y A Ut K;0NLMA RT AND NEW YORK
^ * TATTERSALLS,
Corner of Broadway and Thirty-ninth street,
H \ UK EH * IIAM (.IN, AUCTIONEERS.
Regular sales of Horses. Carriar.es, Ac.,
EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
Gentlemen's private establishments disposed of at public or
private sale to the best advantage, and a general assortment
of Horses, Carriages, Harness and everything in the Horse
line to suit the needs of all classes of purchasers constantly
on haflri. . . .
O divide sales solicited and promptly attended to.
Liberal advances made on everything In the Horse Line.
A -SECOND HAND PHAETONS. BAROUCHE, DEPOT
. Wagon, Basket Pony Prn.etnns, Clarence, Coupe,
Landau, sold low. Seasonable Carriages S6 per cent less
Broadway stores. HAM, Fourth atreet and Broadway^
A ?ROCKAWAYS, DEPOT WAGONS. TOP AND OPEN
A? Wagons, expansion top Phaetons, Cabriolet*, top *nd
open Phaetons, Express and Jagger Wagons, Gigs, Ac. ; Har
ness, soluble lor all purposes, from yi! 1 up; fancy Lap
Robrs, lllankets, WlilpK, Ae., at the old Bland, 1,. >99 and 1,101
Broadway, near Forty-nrst street. AII boo'Is warranted as
repre-ent.'d. LI 1 1 LI. A TURNLR.
A GENTLEMAN'S TURNOUT-BAY HORRE8, 15
hands, very gentle. No. fl East lenth street, stable.
Also Dog Cart anil Harness^^
"HANDSOME DARK BAY STALLION SIRED BY
old Ethan Allen, dam St. Lawron.-e, long flowing mane
and tall; all blark points; 15.2 high; 9 years old; sound and
kind In all hs mess. Has record or a -38; can trot every day In
2 50; is an excellent etr,ck horse; has bern used for past
venrs forn c^ntleman's road horse ; Is afral l of nothing, and
of great endurance. Sold for no fault; 110 lline to drlvehlm.
Fulton slreel, Brooklyn.
i ?COIPKS, CLARENCES, LANDAUS, LANDAr
J\ . lets. Park and Pony Pha'tom, De^ot M ogons, Top and
u .... .1 Wat'orm. ?t reduced or lees. , ^
wagons, rABBIACJB ov, xnE PERIOD
A. S. Fl.ANDRAU, Carriage Builder,
No. 7 East Eighteenth street, near Fifth avenue^
4 -THE U?0 IUIOB POKY I IIAETONS, NEW
A . slvles, with or without tn^s or rumhles, for lad.es drlr
luc $1"6 ?P : also second hand, I ttle. soiled. A line assort
ment of all styles ,'iimmor Carriages, both new and secona
hand ; Harness, Holes. Ac. oRAy> ?() ,0 ^ Won?;cr ,trMt.
i HANDSOME, VALUABLE HORSE, WITHOUT
A fault, Coupe, Harness, So., complete ; will be sent for
inspection! Address II., Union Le-tgne Club.
. x r,f( LIBERTY STREET-GREAT BARGAINS IN
A Carrlaces ind l!arne?s. Elegant top ard no top I onv
I'haeions hne lop Hu.-gles, Road and Depot Wagons; larga
assort men1 of rl.y made H an, ess, Sheet- Rolies. Ac.' at very
lnw Drier* Attention of dwalrr* r?peciUly invi e !.
JOHNS TON i VAN TV-SILL, a Liberty et'eel.
Bp SURE AND READ CATALOGOB. UHDBR THB
HKAl> of JOHNSTON A VAN TASSKLL suction sale,
this dsy (FRIDAY), at IS o'clock.
The most Httract'.vc and large*t sale of tho icasun, com
, ri w o'elegant Carriage or Family Teams.
Three Ilo" ro '.d "r g- 11 lcnsen s trotting HoriCS.
Kniii teen Cue family or business Horses. _,D.^.
Two Vietnrlss. One Curtain Coaeh, made hf Wood Bro. ,
one Barouche and one Roekaway, made by J. h. Coue.
Four Kit four-ln-liand H.irnejs.
I nil driii-rln ions "f ad in ca'.a'o<ne under this head.
I \\ Ml er postpone n ?a e M HOeOMBl 01 Hie wea her.
i\v"OAl\e M HEAT) of BOMM FOB sale
JV cheap', from f5i t ? *W0 i *'?r business
n. ,,ns; 1 air trtaJ al.owrd. Itii Wasblngton slreet. ?
/^ARRUGES _M'-:CIAL ATTENTION OF PURCHAS
C ?rs . ailed to our largo as-ortment. not surpsssu I in
quality, nlyie or pi iu?
Sevins street, corner F
niton avenue, Brooklyn.
1A BIUO LETS, VICTORIAS, PARK PHAETONS, LIGHT
J Kockawayi, Depot \\ IfOQI, I *? .tiy I'haenn.s. Rosd lio^
gl?-s an.; evei v i-thei fty ?? ? ;.i-|l,t?.s, ,11 ^r at?.?r!.>ty ;
low tr ees. MANL'FACTURi.US' UNION REPOSITORY,
/1ARRIAOB AND FBRBOR COUFK FOR hALB ? W
\.J and ifKAti, In good order. Private rtab'e Ui'8 East Twen
tieth vlre.'l, near Third nrenue.
,00 CART FOR SALE-HANDSOMEST IN THE CITY;
. bv Hrewst r. Price (fKio. Inquire at Empire Stables,
Thirty -ill! r J >ti e', abov - Eighth sv nn ?.
(pOCB SBT OF For R IN HAND HARNESS
r At auction tVs day, at I'J o'clock, be JOHNSTON A
VAN TASsELL nt the. r Auction Mart, lit),' 1 12 an 1 1 14 East
Thirteenth S'reet, near hourth aeenue. Look al catalogue
for desenniloiis id' llorses, Ac. Wc nerer pos!p>itic a tale on
account of weather.
LIOR HALE? BLACK MARK, ? YEARS 01. D, WITH
.P To|i Wajjon, ll.irtitm, Ac., elie>i|> tor eufh. Apply at
TUUMY'8 ataolea, in fitly third itrect. near lh r l ar^niie.
FM)K KALIv-A LI i HIT Til RI'F-y t' A I'.TIR KF, AT ROAD
. W?B on, liulll by Rrewater A Co., of I! I oome (treci. In
prrfrct nnler ; ?'?o atop Wa;<>a. Apply at private M.ible I6?
\\ Ml Kilter. Ill alii 'I.
1mm BALK? A VICTORIA, IN PSmOT OROSI,
with por cn l ?hart?, built tv Uwrftiw Cn?til,1flQ:
will b.- ?.ilO |. r t !.'(?. Appiy at Alrrchnnts' ftalilci, 35 r.n<l
.;7 V Ml Tw. nty ninth llttfl
"ITOK SALIi-A liOOD TIIKKE-8KAT CITY MADE
r I'liai ton, till Il'.tlo n ?M m,.| in ftne eon-iltlun ctrnp
Can l>e we n .it ANUKR.-UN'K (table, 11 U Writ Kl He ii ilifet
1f?OH SALE -OWE HAWD80ME IRON (IRAN 111 It SB,
(bill) I) mitalli* for any bualacM; iiico $125. tan be
loon at 10?i W-Pt Efght?*nttl ttr.'ct.
FM)R PALK-A VERY FINK PI1A liTON OK R<?AI>
leant | rb.'iunt Mate, In haiuli ntid 3 Inrhei, Eyrars ol I;
bay Mare, 14 b in 's 2 Inches, 7 years old, sound and kind,
?m^le or doublr ; hive been driven loeethcr line# ve.iti;
owner hn* no furl Off tite f*r tbcra. A !dren II. H. Ii., box
1 VM rMt oiliec.
F'Oa 8ALE A DARK HORRF.L PONT MARE). WO. t5
Hot* j, fcr 0 I'Hi
DEW Jk LURCH.
dajri at 1J Last Tu;iii?lL itrovt.
FOH SALE ? A GENTLEMAN NOT HAVING T 1 to B TO
rldo oilers for sale bit eutlre turnout na follows A
pair of light t'av Horse*, Henry Hay block, 15,' ?i hands,
sound, kind and geut'e, but up riled ; a womiu can drive
tbein , can trot lu II :!!') ; very lisu.Uome and well matched. A
Hrrvrmcr ft Co., Broom* strrel, Vi? tortu nearly aa good a*
new; a Wood Uiimmi'i Double Harness to match. A Du
Mnbury & Van Du*er shifting top Buggy, poie and shafts,
nearly hb good ns new ; a W ooj Gimnn Double anil Single
Harness to match. A Stiver's Cutter of t'ae haudaomrst pat
tern, low mado. nolo and shall, bell* to match ; a Wood Gib
son'* Riding Saddle and Bridle : wUll?. fox and black wolf
Kobe*; Ko.id Drc** and Stab.e iilunkets; every article of the
bent. Will be sold cheap to any partv w.io will 'uy the whole
thing for cash ; no proposition to trade will be considered,
Ad reiH box 1,742 Tost oill ?.
IjlOR SALE -A KAMlIiV COACH, IN GOOD ORDER.
1 made by Wood Bi others. Apply ut 45 Kust Korty-I.rst
FOR SALE? A BAY HORSE, 7t., YFAHS OLD; SOI' NU
and klu I ; tit for family u-e . drives double aud single.
At 140 West Twenty eighth street.
F'-OR SALE? A VALUABLE BL1 n D HOR8B, POUT
built, and warranto! In every rrspect exeept blind; 7
v* am. 16 hands; alto one tine young Mare suitable lor farm
ing; price 4 rtii. A New Chambers street.
IfW>? SALE AT A SACRIFICE? A PAIR OK GOOD
' rond Horses, of supei lor stock. For particulars Impure
of W. O. ALLAN, S7 Llspenard street.
For sale-a morgan winpield stallion, six
years old this spring, that can beat 3 40; nlsn six tine
Trotters, from 15 to 16 bunds high ; also a Brewster top and
light Kond Wagon ; a'fo a Stivers top Wagon and double and
nlngle Harness. The above nan be seen at 308 East Fortieth
street, uear Third avenue.
FpOk SALE? A KINK BLOOD BAY LONG ISLAND
Mare, 6 years old, Mark mane ami legs, long till, splen
did driver, an and and kind, tun b>- seen at SI LDEN'S liv
ery statj.e, 209 EaBt Twenty-third street, n ?r Third avenue.
nOR BALE A S'LENDII) TEAM <?F STYLISH YOUNG
L1 carriage llornes. bays, bluet points, l'i hands ; war
ranted. Apply at 311 Klrat avenue,
I7MJR SALE CHEAP? Til REB GOOD DOUBLE TRUCKS
' and three or four good Work Horses; one nice tive-yoar
old Colt, HambletonUn. To be seen at 1*2 Amity street.
B?OR RALE CHEAP ONE PHAETON, WITH POLB
and Blifil'ts. Apply at .'i 7 Hudson street.
lOOR SALE CHEAP? A VKRY STYLISH BLACK CAR
r ring# Horse; he Is also a good saddle horse. Apply at
110 and UJ West Fiftieth street Ask lor W?. CLARK.
Harness Of every description.
Coach. Coupe, light road and Bugry Harness.
Single, 48 to WO; double ijtCfl to JjCiOP.
Large lot or Team and Kxpress Harness,
THE TRADES' MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
v 10 College place, near coi iter Murray street.
TOST ARRIVED FROM OHIO, 30 SUPERIOR DRAUGHT
tl Horses, suitable for all purposes; aUo aome One Driving
Horses, and for sale cheap, at the NL.th Ward Salo Stable,
360 and 854 West Twelfth street.
POPULAR pony PHAETONS IN GREAT VARIETY.
Park Wagons, all styles. Every description seasonable
Carriages and Harness, new and second hand, at lowest
popular market prices. Manufacturers' Union, 638 Broad?
1} >AD HORSES- FIRST CLASS, WITH STIVERS'
JLV Buggy, and Ham 's-i hy Campbell ; will ?ell separate,
much le<m than value. Ad'iress M., box 131 Herald otlfce.
OAD AND TROTTING HORSES. -SITUATION WANT
ed by n I rst class driver and excellent groom and care
t-iker; highly recommended by his last employer. Address
J. 0., box 114 Herald oBlce.
-o I Ight Rnckaway. several Top and Opei
Roekawav, Depot Wavon, now Carriages; n<
AM'FACTUKEUS' UNION, 6:18 iirosdway.
"ADDLE HORSE FOR SALE,? A BEAUTIFUL BAY
O Horse, 16 hands high, 7 yea s old ; m gnllicent action
and suitable for nny gent ' man. Apply to 3. HENRY, lOd
Euet Twenty-seveutn street
QEOORD HAND PONY PHAETON, 1!UT LITTLE USED,
O cheap; alto I Ight Rnckaway, several Toji and Open
Ilitggies, Coupe Roc"
old prices. MAM
STABLE TO LET? FIVE STALLS; GOOD CARRIAGE
room ; all above ground ; 88 East Thirteenth street, be
tween Fifth avenue and University rlaoo. Apply to M. CUR
LEY, 111 East Thlrlrenth street, near Fourth avenue.
TO LET-ANY STYLE NEW OR SECOND HANDCAR
rlages. Old carriages taken in exchange. Several second
band Carriages for sale cheap, at Carriage Manufacturers'
Union Repository, 6 >8 Broadway.
WAGON WANTED.? A FIRST CLASS ON F. HORSK KX
pres* Wagon, with or wi'liout top, wanted, by ROCK
WOOl) & CO., P45 Bioadway.
(jjon for a hop.se and wagon or *21 for a
ipOU Horse? For a tew more on livery, at SARLES'
Boarding Stable, 341 Sixth street, b. iwoen First and Second
C? SORREL PONY; BAY PONY, *100; LARGE
l) Draught Team, #3.5; sorrel Horse, In hands, H
ysars, ljtls'5; lurge Horse, slightly tender. Good chance for
"buy ra. 784 Washington street, in (roWfi
(ft 4)7 X WILL BUY AS FINE A BAY HORSE AS OOLS
?P?? I ?> the road; Patehen stock, 7 years, lft>$ hand*
high ; trota close to three minutes ; cost present owner >W55;
warranted sound and kind. App v at 137 liberty street,
A MODERN DON QUIXOTR.
GRANrS LAST CHARGE ON THE CONSTITUTION.
PAR KOflKIN'O PUCK, CANVAS FOR BCENBBY AND
\ J Hats, Screens, Russia Nhcc.lng, I'urmpi, Jtite Yarn,
lty. ; Canton Ma ting, Carriage Kobe*, lloir Mala, at 103
Cb ambers street.
YACHTS, MTKA HBOAT*, &C.
A SCHOONER Fi>R SALE? THE H. M. BIDOLEY,
carrying HO tons, with 6 fret draught of water; In perfect
order; now lying at Morris ami Essex Railroad dock, Hobo*
ken. In<|'ilre OS board.
IpOR HALE-IN GOOD ORDER, TUB FOLLOWING
' Sails froin a schooner yncht :? Mainsail, Foresail, Jib,
Klvini; .Kb. Jib Top?all, llemp Maintops*!!, Malutopmast
Staysail. Can b? seen at WILSON'S sail loft, c n uer Smlth
and Koosavelt streets.
IjlOR SALE? SLOOP YACHT DAPHNE; 47 FEET
1 long ; 1ft feet beam ; 8 feet headroom In cabin. To be
aeon at root of Court street. Brooklyn. Apply to J. B. MAX
WILL, Cedar street. New Tor*.
For pale -sloop yacht fannie; lenoth ?
le >i: very Itjrht draught; wi'l be snld cheap. Apply to
A.M. WHITMAN, foot of thirty-fourth street, Ootvanns
Hay, Brooklyn, or to J. R. HALSKY. Its i Water street, N. Y.
1,'OR KALE A raw STEAMTU) YACHT; M KEPT
1' Ion*, 9 f?et beam, 11 tons; proved a good nnd (a-t set
boat in the Delaware I'ay; will be aold at a sacrifice, liaviua
been bu tt for a Uto naval otflcer, deceased Apply lo hAM
I'EL WRtOH r,8M Market street, PliilaMphli.
"1|T ANTED A FERRYBOAT ABOUT ISO FBBT LONG,
li brain engine. Art iress, with descrlp.lou and price,
BOAT, box 117 Herald ollicc.
WATMTKD TO FUftCtlA.SB.
18 ELEGANT PAKLOK CARPET WANTED? MO
j'V queue, Aubusson or Wilton preferred; M or fill yards;
Utile us?d : go?d price paid. Addre-s box 6,0i0 Post otil -e.
A PARISIAN LADY. EXPERIENCED IN TEACH1NO
tX French (of 'ate at Vassar Colle .-e1, desires a s (nation
In a tirsi tlas* (.rheol, or will irlve lin-truullon two hours ilally
for her board in n respeectable family. The oest references.
Addrrm H. M. S., frl W est lrtth it.
A YOUNG HERMAN LADY, WKLL AT HOME IN
XV several molrrn languawt, tannic nuJ drawing ricftircu
a .s.uiat.on at governess or companion ; highest refer- met.
47 Latayetti- p.ace.
fl^EACHEBS WANTED -GOVERNESS, CITY FAMILY,
L French. Ger.nan and Muso; salary liberal; French,
Drawing and Painting, for Smilnary oa Hodaon ; aaast i?r
Kentucky Seminary: also French nn-J Vocal Musfo, Ken
tnckv: A' rt ral French and German ladl?s for s-hools and
families. All teachers wanting p< al.lons should a) p y to
An.nlcan School Institute, 14 B-nd s'r.-er.
J. W. Fell E KM L K HO BN, Actuary.
11/ AN fBD ? A GOVEBN I5S8, FOP. TWO LITTLK HIKLS;
TY applicant must be tuorougU In English, French and
moslfl ; bi-st references requ led. Address, with particulars
and reference, box 2,UJ'J I'ost office.
II<>>"S1>?, If'KMIs, ,VI'., \V\MV:n.
Desk BOOM W ANTKD FOB RBTIRSD MERCHANT:
go I light; not b'jh np stairs: n^ar Proadwav | rent
mo tera e. Addrear J. H , box Mt Herald office, oi 1M flroad
IIOOM WANTED. A ROOM. Ft' I TAP LB FOR A PnY
J V a r'l.n be:ween Tweniyel.hlb and 1 hirtv-dfib s'rreia,
Founh an I Second avenues, wlih fsr les owning the Louse.
Ad<ire?s I'tnsiCIAN, loi 101 Kerald Uptown Branch oSlce,
1 JH6 Hr. ndway.
1'NI rB^lf-Hi D APABTMEN18 WANTED? FIYB OB
I sl? m.oms? by a ymi.ig geuileman and wife; a Hat,
with e unpli le a< < oiniuo lailmt* for light hoiuexe- plug, or
Part ol a llotiee wltii a <,nkt. rcat American family. Any
o:-e hr.ving the reqnlrrd accommoilatlopa, and not expecting
fancy prices, may bear of a drp'rahie tenant by a'lurea^mg
box 1 01' II r^id odice, stmlng rent anil liiil p?r?n ulars.
UfANTBD? BY A YOCNO OKNTLBMAN, IN A PR1
vate l.iml'v. a nb-ei* urn ?li d Hooin, wltliruuoiig
wa'er. Ad .r. ts uo\ J 813 P >at n ice.
ANTED? BY A UKNI I.EM AN, WITHOI T BOARD,
VV nn unlurn'shrd Kovm and l'e<iroom, or R- oa with
al "ire; *.? to $'.5 | cr month. Ad- resa F. L., U'J Kaat
"WANTED- A SECOND FLOOB, FIVE ROOMS, I'N
i? furnish" I, between Mixth and Thlrty lirst streets, and
S e md and Fifth aveauoa. a - nd full p?rtic jlai ? <o box H,374
W ANTED A LOFT OB BASBMRNT, FOR 8TOBAOK;
V v capacity WD lo n,o barrels, id m? vicinity of Vea v and
Green* i b streets. Atl<ir?s? J. WRIGHT, Gre-nwlcb
i WANTED- A LARGE ROOM AM) BEDROOM. UN
TV fiirnsheil, by (lire a lulls, all abs in ilur n^ the iiay ;
permanent II an.tc.4t terms must be nv^lerate. Address,
| with full carticu ?:s, X, Y. box 151 Herald otllce.
T/inVlN J\MFS A KING, GENERAL I.AW AND
I J'J Bankruptcy otlice removed to 'M It roadway, N. Y.
T 1) BABRULOW1TH, I'UDKRGARMKNTS, AC., BE
(if. raotad I rem lo \Vt tirand stieet. lour dwra
t above, tau.?
ANDKRSON k CO., NO. 9 CHAMBERS STREET. -
Money loaned Immediately on New Vork, Ac., Renl
K state, Builder*' Loans, Merchandise an ? Collltertlv; Bonds,
Stocks and marketable Securities negotiated ; Finland Sao
ond Mortgages wanted.
A MELTING OK ALt THE BONDHOLDER* AND
/% Stockholders of the Brooklyn Central anil Jamaica
Railway Company will be held at tlie olUce of H. Kennedy A
Co.. 11 Broad ilrntt, New Vi r on Friday, May ft, 1871, at 3
P. M., to provide for the payment ol' the Ural Mortgage
Bonda, now past due. JOHN AMiUS, President
F. A. Bk.uh, Hi cri iary.
A LOAN OK C8.UOO FOR A FEAR WANTED?
W 1 1 (riw deed oi m.;0,u<Ki < :ty property iimuto and
pay liberally for Immediate accommodation. Addles*
SECURITY, box 200 Herald oHlofl.
-MONEY TO LOAN ON DEBIRARLR RIAL Eg.
> late. In Isree and small amount!. Fii stand Second
Mortgages (promptly cashed.
HiNCLAlH. JB. *CO.No^??^
HBY COAL STOCK F^yRn2*,| m and U Crd if street.
TJIOR SALE TEN PER CENT iJITY AND COUNTY
" Bonds, first class securities, oelow par ; also Insurance
aud Bank Stocks, t'lty Railroad Stocks and Bonds and ait
extensive variety of rlrat Mortgage Railroad 7 and 8 per cent
gold Bonds, for sale anil profitable Investment, all at low
rates, for sale by
ALBERT If. NICOLAY,
Block Broker and Auctioneer,
4o 1'iue street, New Vork.
N. B.? Stocks and Bonds not den.it In at the New Vork
Slock Exchange Board a specialty with this liotuo for many
JAY OOOKB, MoCOLLOCH k CO.,
No. 41 Lombard street, London.
Commercla' Credl a,
Cable Tr\nsi era,
Circular Letters for Traveller*.
Available In nil parts of the world.
JAV OOoKE A CO.,
No. SO Wall street.
Monf.y to loan-on mortgage or approved
Securitlea; Mortgages purchased; Real Estate ex
chunked, city or country. Ri'KlIS K. MulIARO, 81 Cedar
street, Commissioner for every Stale.
MOItBY TO LOAN OS BOND AND MORTGAGE. Al>
dress. with location an l description of property, CAPI
TA t^Jlcrald olllc.!.
ONEY TO LOAN-ON BOND AND MORTGAGE.
First aud Second Mortgage-! bough', an 1 sold.
Ho WE ft CO., 10 Pine street.
rpiIREE SUMS OK $0,000 AND ONE OF $2, MX) TO
J loan ? On Lots In tho cliy ; any amount for Second Mort
gagea. W. H. RAYNOK, No. 5Ja l'lne street.
KflA 9&000 ANI) $8,IW? TO LOAN ON M'.RT
jP^iUUU) gi'ge, In New York or Westchester counly.
Mortgages bought. Apply to G. W. DITOHETT, No. '2 New
<251.' \ flflfk -i have several rums, of from
<P I ?)?' /, $3,00(1 to Ql.% 000 to loan, on good, near-by,
Brooklyn Property, and e.ny amount required on gocd New
Yortt Ftopulj. WM. CALLE.NDh.lt, 2.1 Pine street.
Aoe nnn ok $75, own to loan -on bond and
mortgage, In one sum, on city property.
Money for firtt and second mortgages. Apply to WILLIAM
KENNELLY, No. I Pine street
<ti 1 nn aaa T? loan-on wbstchbstu
JpTvM'.WV/U county, Now York wnd Brooklyn Real
Estate, in sums to suit. No bonus required.
C. E. WILLIS, Moutauk Insurance Co., 168 Broadway.
At l. Bernard's, ?b sixth avenue, between
Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth streets? Liberal ad
vances made on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry uml all kinds
ol goods. The same bought at their lull value
Abraham j. jackson, no. ho prince street.
Dear Broadway, loans money on Diamonds, Watches,
Jewelry, Silks and personal property of every description.
N. B. Private entrance hnll dOQf.
T WOLF BROTHERS', 8P8 BROADWAY, FORMER
lv M'< Money loaned on iManiouds, Watch, s, Jew
elry, Silv, rware, Silks, Life Policii s. Furniture; particularly
Plane*; private parlor for lad lee. Take notice.? Removed
T tiP7 BROADWAY, CORNER OF FOURTH STREET?
Liberal advance* on Dlamondi, Watches, Jewelry. Silks,
Camel's Hair Sliawla, Laces and Personal Property of every
description. JAM KS P. MATTHEWS.
AT J. a. JACKSON'S, NO. 5 AMITY STREET, NEAR
Broadway? Liberal advances made on Diamonds,
Watches, Jewelry, Dry Oooda and Perauiial Property of every
description. Same bought nnd aold.
At h. b. mklville's, jewelry and coral
Store, 1,191 Broadway.? tituiuonda, Watches, Valua
blca stored for -he summer ;'caali advanced on aauie to any
amount it* required.
AT NO. 21 EAST FIFTEENTH STREET, SECOND DOOR
trom Broadway, opposite T.flany's Any amount of mon.'y
will be loaned by ft. Mil s EL, *.'3 East Fif teenth street, on l).a
monda, Watches Jewc'ry and a'.l valuables atv i . low m erest.
A-A.-ANY AMOUNT LOANED ON DIAMONDS,
Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Camels' llalr Shawl*,
Bilks, Laces, \ a Ina ilea Ac., or b night ; lrgUe?t price paid.
J. II. BARRINUER, >3i Broadway, oppnaite Aator plaeu.
AT HYMAN'S, 658 BROADWAY. CORNER OK BOND
street.? Liberal advances made on Diamonda an.1
Watches, Silverware, Ac., or will pay the bigbcat market
prlco lor the same.
AT llfl WEST ELEVENTH STREET, NEAR SIXTH
avenue? Money advanced on Furniture, Pianos, Paint
ings, Mirrors, Carpets, Books, Statuary. Harness, Ac. j fur
niture stored, moved, packed and shipped.
Qfi NASSAU STREET (FORMERLY CORNER BROAD,
o'." way and Fulton etreei). ? NEWMAN LEOPOLD hurs,
sells or advances liberally on Diamonds, Watches. Jewelry,
Lli'e Policies, Merchandise and other Securit'es.
Qiq BROADWAY, NEAR TWENTIETH STREET. UP
t/l?> stall. a.? Money alvanced on Diamond*. Wat-lien,
.Jewelry, Laura, Shawl*, Pianos, Ac.; tame bought. Unre
deemed Pledges for rale. A. C. HERTS.
KC'COIM-. A M ST3 VHSHIM.
STEAM TO LIVERPOOL AND QUEENSTOWN,
from plor 47 North river.
ENGLAND, Thompxon Wednesday, Mav S, at H P. M.
HOLLAND, Bragg Saturday, Mav K, al 7 A. M.
FRANCE, Thornton Saturnny, Ma* 18.
Passage to Liverpool or yi;ee:>stowu? Cabin, $75 and $ti5;
steerage, st'JS, currency.
Prepaid uteeraje ticket* from Liverpool, Queenstown, Lon
donderry and UlaHgow, ifi-Jl currency.
For furtlier paiticulais -Pply at the company'! office, No.
F. W. J. HURST, Manager.
STEAM TO LIVERPOOL AND VUF'.ENSTOWN.
MALTA sal!* Thursday, 4tli May. at 3 1*. M.
ALGERIA tails Satur lay, 6th May, at I'. M.
Cabin Pi\*?age, ?*<!, god: Htee'r.-iue Paaauge, $:i'l, currency.
Steerage Hh hb&k>- to .N e x York, 834.
Kor Freight or Cablu I'asf.ii;- aj ply at No. 4 Bowling
For Steerage Pa'ssge apply at 111 Hi oadwiy, Trinity build
Ingf. CHARLES ti. FKAltCKLYN, Agent.
j The Hrltndi ami North Anierlran Royal Mnll Pteam*hlp*,
between New York and Liverpool, calling at I'ork llarhor.
CHINA.. W ednes.l.ty, April ?i I BAT A VI A.. Saturday, April 29
SCOTIA. .Wednesday, May 3 | MALTA Tnursd'v, May 4
JAVA.... Wednesday , Y av 10 I ALGHKl A . . .Saturday, May 6
Rl?SS!A..Wednesd,y, May 17 A B YSS I N I A . Satu rd'v, M iy 13
CUBA. . .. Wedueailay. .Yuv 24 | (ALAItRiA. Saturday, Mayiiil
RATES Or PASSAGE.
By th? Wednesday Maimer*, not csrrylnj steerage : ?
PI i Kt Cabin ?1W), gold. Second Cabin. AH", fio'd
Ftr*t Cabin to Paris 1 15. gold
Return Tickets SOO, gold
Bv >lie Thursday and Saturday steamers: ?
FlmtCa'dn $81, gold. Steerage Ij'.'.O, currency
Return 'I leketa lftn, gold.
Steerage Ticket* from Liverpool and Quceuitown an. I all
r?rt'? nf Europe at lowest rates.
Through bll-s or lading glren for BelfaM, Oln*"iw, Havre,
Antw-rp and other port* on the Continent, and for Mediter
For freight and cibln parage apply at the company'*
oflre, No. 4 Bowling Green.
For?Ueragept?sai;eatl1l Broadway, Trlilty Building.
CHAKLES O. KitANCKLYN, A?ent.
^ \NLY DIRECT LINK TO FRANCE.
THE OEM KAL TRANSATLANTIC COMPANY'S MAIL
STEAMSHIPS BETWEEN NEW YORK AMI HAVRE,
CALLING AT BRKST.
The*p'endtd vessels on Ibis favorite r >ute for the Conti
nent >vul unll from pier No ft', North nrer. at follow*: ?
LAFAYETTE. Roii-eeau Saturday, May JO
ST. LAURENT, Lemarie Huturony, Junett
V1LLE HI-'. PA RIK, Surmont. Saturday, Jnne II
1'EKEIKE, Da ure Saturday, Jti.y 1
Price of pa'***t In gold (Including wine) to Brest or Havre.
Flrat Cabin tl4U Second Cabin 5)76
These ?team?rs do not carry ?teerage piutsengers.
Excursion I iekets at reduced ratea.
Amerli an travcllera going to and returning from the Contl
nenl ol Europe, by t iking the stran.er* of tuia line, ?y,,ld
both t: ari-.ll by Kngllah railroad and the disc rnfori* of cross
ing the Channel, besides saving time, trouble and e*pen?e.
OLO. MACKENZIE, Atent,
The anchor lime ktf.amf.rs
sail every Saturday and alternate Wednesday
to and from Glasgow ami Perry.
Pa?senger? booked and ) or warded to and irotn all railway
station* in Great Britain, Ireland, German j, Norway Swe
den or Denmark and America as aafely, ap-edlly, comforta
bly and cheaolf aa by nn* other route or line.
"kxtrW' m-tam***. i "rxt-nran" ktpamrra.
INDIA Hat., May #|ASSYK1A Hat., May S7
COLUMBIA Sat.. May IS Al'STKALI A . ..Sat., June ?
AM/LI A Sat.. Vav til | KUKOI'A Sat., June 10
?no an e*tra Memi.er every other Wednesday.
from t'ler M North river, Mew Vork at noon.
Hat- a of passage, | avnlile In currency,
to Liverpool, Gias^o^ ..r Deny:?
Find cabin*, t'A>?o i <7\ ?oeordlnzto location.
Cabin eicur?l?n ticket* g-?(,d f?r t?yelye months), aecurlns
best aceou to >d*tlfui?, ij I ;H > .
In-errne Hal -, $:ll; *teeiaiie, $29.
Ortl' cate*. at i? luce t ratea, ea , |,e ho'ijht here by those
wi?h:njj to send for fielr fr. en-Is.
Diafta tuauod, payaYo "ti i r. aentatlon.
Ai ply at the eoniMny's olliee* to,
HENDEItSON K ROTH I- KS, No. 7 Bowling Green.
for (iteenetown and Liverpool. Royal Mall steamers are
appointed t.o fall aa follows: ?
CITY OK ANT AT E HP Thtrsday, Mav 4, I P. M.
CITY OF WASHINGTON Saturday. M iy ?, 2 P. M.
CITY or BROOKLYN Saturday, M.?y H, I P. M.
CITY OF LIMKR1CK (via Halifax .Tuesday, May ?. I P. M.
And each suoeee ling Satui-lay an 1 alternate Tuesday, from
pier 4<J North river.
RATES OF PASSAGE.
Parable 13 Oold. I Payable In Cnrrency.
Flrrt enldn !I7R | Steerage $-W
To Lon-lon SB |% T> London J9
To I'arle M | To Pan*
P.. srem.i-r* also t rwar led |0 Havre, llani'mrg, Bremen,
Ac., at rt.incei: r-tea. . .
Tickets can be bo ijlit bere al mwlerate ratea By persons
Wl?bin? to aeiul for their frlenda.
1 For lurther luforuiation ?ppW
j John paiji*., *!!?#?)
Ij Broadway, New York.
RCKOI'KAN STRAW -411 IP* ^
>TORTH OKKMAN LLOYD ST K A v -4.1 1 P C >M PAN Y
? FOR SOUTHAMPTON AMp hkkmi.n.
?flip steamship UONAU, ? aptam ?; I rn?l. will anil "?
*1 1 P fr""' "rrmrn HT. fo..t ThlP d
?treft, ftobofcen, to h? hy BKEMEU#
('ADtxtn K. on Tburml*y, May 11.
?atw or ?*????* V'N"".N- "i
p., vaK!n In '4I* "a ? ? " *
^ Payable Id (old, or Its e inlvaien in curronry
Sleeragt ".".i"'". m
For treivlit or passage apply to OELRICHS Jl CO., Au-n'i
ris Biwd street. "
THE HAMBURG-AMERICAN PACK ET COMPANV'4
Iron mall steamship
Captain If. Ehlsrs, will hmII on Tuesday, May 9, 1871, at 2 P.
M . Tor Hamburg,
taking pasa-u^ers from New York to Hamburg, Plymouth
Klr?t Cabin, $19tl; Second Cab.ii, $72; Pt^ersgo, f25, gold;
pa vii hie In Unlied State* gold.
Th<- HILESIA will mil May 16. fc71.
KUNHARDT A < 0., C. " RICHARD * BOAS.
General Agents. General Passenger Agents,
81 Bread ? treat, M. Y. No. H Harclqy stree". N. V.
WHITE STAIt LINt?.
New Vork. tVirk ana Liverpool. New and full-powered
Steamships, the all largest In tlie World.
OCEANIC. ARCTIC. PACIFIC,
ATLANTIC, BALTIC, ADRIATIC,
rt,00fl ton? burden ? !J,tK10 h. p. each.
Sailing from New York on Saturdays, from Liverpool on
Thursdays, calling at Cork Haruor each way, ?
VS!'^Sl'.l.raPt- l'hoiut)?oii, on June k, at i P. M,
ATLANTIC. i,apt. Murray, on June 21, ut H A. M.
From the WliteStar Dock, Pavoula- Ferrv, Jersoy City.
Passenger accommodation* (for all classes) unrivaled,
combining safety, Sliced uii.I eom.ort.
Saloons, staterooms, smoking room and bath-room* in'
midship section, where least motion Is fult. Surgeons and
stewardesses nccomuaiiy these steamers.
Rates -Saloon, $aO In gold. Steeragn, $!!0 In currency.
Those wishing to send for Irlends from too Old Country caa
now obtain steerage. prepaid certificates, $.'!!, currency.
Passenger* booked toor rrom ail parts of America, Parle,
Hamburg, Norway, Sweden, India, Australia, China, Ac.
Excursion tlcKe's granted at lowest rates.
Drafts from A'l upward.
For Information apply at the company's offices, No. 19
Broadway, New York. J. II. SPAIt ICS, Agent.
/ 1UNARD LINE,
\J from Boston for Liverpool direct.
TAR1FA, Thursday, April J7. SAMARIA, Thursday, May 4.
SiKKItlA, Thursday, May 11. TRIPOLI, Thursday, May 18.
Cabin passage, $811 in gold. Return ticket* .jtliiu In gold.
Steerage $30 In currency.
For freight or passage apply to JAMES ALEXANDER, i
Ktate street, llo?lon, or to ClIAB. O. FRANCKLVN, No. 4
Howling (ir.^en, lew Vork.
STI'AM TO QUEENSTOWN ANO LIVERPOOL, CAR
rytug the UiiHei States mal r
Hailing eyery Wednesday.
COLORAOO. Freeman May 10. at 10 A. M.
WISCONSIN, Williams May 17, at3P. M.
From pier 4!> North river.
Cabin passage, $mi, gold; steerage, $:?), currency.
Prepaid ticket*, $St, currency.
Papaengeni nocke<l to and from Paris, Hamburg, Norwar
and Swoden, Ac. Oratie o<i Ireland, England, France and
Oermany at lowest rate*. Apply to
WILLIA.?fi4 A UUION. Broadway.
OPEOIAL NOTICE.? THE SPLENDID HTKAMSHII*
O MANHATTAN, t'autaln Forsyth, will sill from pier 46
North rlrcr for Qiuenstown ana Liverpool, on Saturday,
May 6, at 8 P. M. U.iii o passage, ijPffl, gol I ; steerage, WHO,
currency. Apply to WILLIAMS A (I I' ION, li# Broadway. I
rpAPSeorrS EMIOIIATION AND FOREIGN KX
J chaiigo oilioe.? paasage from Liverpool and Queenstown
weekly by flrct class steamships. Also from Liverpool and
London by weekly sailing packets. Drafts of jL'1 and up
wards, avallah.e in any part of Orest Britain and Ireland, at
the lowest rates at TAPRCOTT BROTHERS A CO.'3,
86 South street, New York.
UNITED STATES PASSPORT BUREAU.? OFFICIAL
Passports of the I'eparinteut of Ktate Issued hy A. C.
WILLMARTII, United Htatee Court Building, 41 Chambers
NOTICE.?S'IT.AM TO HOITII?MPTON AND LON
don. A ilr^t class steamship wlil nail on Saturday, Mar
6, at 9 P. M. Steerage passage tjs21. For passage apply at
11 Broaoway. '
IJACIFIO M A1U STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S WN15 TO
CALIFORNIA. JAl'AN AND CHINA,
CARRYINU MAILS, PASSENGERS AND
KINGSTON, JAMAICA. AND PACIFIC COABT 0*
MEXICO, CENTRAL AMERICA, PERU
AN D CHILE.
Steamers lenve 15th and 3lhh euch month, except when
those dote* lull ou Sunday, then the ilav previou*.
Mav 15, iteamor HRNRYClIAUNfEY, Captain A O. Cray,
will leave pier No. 42 North river, al IS o'clock noon, for Ah, In
wall via King-ton, .la., and connecting at Panama with steamer
CONSTITUTION. Captain Lapidge, touching at Punta Are
nas, San Jose, tJuntenia'a, Aoapiiloo and M*zatlan, and alio
connecting for all Central American and S"nth Paciilc porta.
Freight tor laat named ports received until 4 P. M. of May IS.
Steamer CHINA will leave San Francisco Jntie 1, for J apart
and China. For rate* of passage, freight and all further In
formation, apply at (\>un>*ny'? oflloe on the p er, foot of
Canal atreet. F. R. BABY. Agent.
TTN1TED STATES MAIL TO HAVANA.
-- ?? ? ? ? - h
rout pier No. 4
U Atlantic Mall Steamship Company, sailing regularly
every Tliursday, at J o'clock P. M. i.reototily, frt
COLUMBIA. Captain K. Van Sire May It
MISSOURI, captain .T. H. Edward* (via Nassau Mav l?
MORRO CASTLE, Captain R. Ad.ims May a
For freight or passage "I'l1^ 1
DIM OCX, President.
No. 5 Howling (ireen.
Havana, sihal and vera crlz.
New York and Mexican Mall Steamship Line, leaving
pier 17 hull river nt X P. M., direct to Havana.
CITY OK MEXICO. Tlmoterman Tuesday, Mav*
CLEOPATRA, Phillip*, i Havana only). . Wednesday, May 17
CITY OF MERIDA, UraHep Saturday, May 37
For freight or passage applv to
8 F. ALE X A N DKE A SONS, 83 Broadway.
TEXAH LINE OF GALVESTON STEAMERS? TOUCHING
at Key West, carrying the l nlted States nia!l.
The AI st amaliip TILLIE, i aptain Panrldge, at pier
?0 East river wlil leave Saturday, May 8.
Shipper* h olding bill* of lading tor good* signed for oir
?'earner ARIADN " will please end at our office tud have
llj-'in rhan ed to the steamer TILLIE.
Through bills of lading given to Houston and to all nolnta
on the tialv ston, Houston and Ili'uderson, an 1 H. B. R. and
< Kai roads.
For freight or .>a?fca?e apply to
C. H. M ALLORT A CO., 158 Maiden lane. ,
RPF.CIAL NOT ICE. (Ion I* shipped i er steamer CITY OF
OA LVI-.8TON (disabled wlil go forward l>y K'eamer CLTDKi
from Key West to (lalvMton. Shippers will please govern,
th mselve* accordingly. 1
OR NEW ORLEANS DTREt T.
Tli'* Cromwell st-srnthlp L'n".
The steamship GEO. CRoMWKLL. Captain S. U Clanty
will Irave pier No.lt North river, on S,.lurd?r, May ?, at 5
o'clock P.M. Fip'.g'.t r : -elvrd d: i'y. Tl.r.i.i^U rat-s given
for Galveston, Indlmols, Mobile ma St. Lout*.
Cabin pasea^o. #50; st-eragw, $25.
For freight or passage " pjjW
II. II. CROMWELL A CO.. *1 West *tr
I/OR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT,
r MERCHANTS' hTEAMSHIP LIME.
From p? r No. b N otli river, at J o'clock P. M.
ou Saturday, May G.
F.: ight rcc. iv-d dal'y. VlirouuU rat- s gir.-n tor St. Louie,
Vlcktburi, Mobile, Ua v stou and IndUtioia.
For Irdfcht or passage, bavin;; fti;>". tor ac*.-mtno 'at'oD*,
apply to FXRDERlC BAKER, M Proa 1 way.
T.^or new opleans dire< t
' SOUTHERN LINK.
LODONA, Captain If. R. Hovty,
will leave pier JO, Ea*t r. ver, Saturday, May K, nt 8 P; M.
fre i hi ror :!t. Lou s, M oldie and Ga region taken,
to. freight or p.nsa^e, having fipei lor .rcoinmod.stionSL
appiy to C. H. M VLLOKY .t CO.,
J5!> Ma'ten lane, New York.
The slcamsh.p ? ? will follow lm I p er 'M Ninth liver.
LIVIMiSTOM, FOX A " O.
rpilE CJRI.AT HOUIHRRN FREItiHT AND PASSENGER
I LiM-; to.; ciiAi:Li..sr<?>, c., tiii: Florida
FOUTH AND SiiUrilWE.1T.
sai'ing from pier No, Jit North river, at " P. M. every Wcdce*?
dav and Satn lay.
The first e'ass side'.vh' e' ?' amshlp
JA MF.S AD IE K, <'?pta!n T. J. I.ockw ood,
w;ll sail on Saturday. Vsy If.
I hrou^h , as.a. e t cke'.s an l Idils o! lai n - Inuet at lowest
For loeai fr-i"ht or pa-**, e a ip'v to
HENRY It. MuROAN A CO., 177 V\"e?t st., oortier Warren,
For through frei dit and rat s aptily to
IIK.VTI.I-. Y D. IIASKIiL, Oener<?l A"*nt.
Oreat Southern Kretgt t Linn. 817 Broadway.
i ntranee in Itiouna' atreet.
The steamship OEOROIA wdl to .ow Wednwaouy, May 10.
I^OR NORFOLK, CITY POINT AND illi liXO.iD.
J Old IJoiiilnlon Steamship rn p ,ny,
Ptenm*hli * of this line leave pier ?" Ni;rth river, fool of
Bes< i, street.
For Norfolk, City Point and Kh hm..n<*. on t'.aturdav. May
6, at IP. M., sleain^blp WYANOKE, eoun-cttnj with tlia
Virginia and THIinesaei! Air linn, tiie Scalj >ard In'.aad AIF1
line. Petersburg and Weldon Itailrna I I 'hi anpeakj ami Ohi?
Railroad and Klchmon I and ItaMrll'.n lUtl'.road. Thronetl,
)ia*"? n> er tickets and through I i>".a of lading at n;duco.i ralna
to all i oin>? South and Soutfiweai.
Applv at olUee on pier S7. or at .Bice of ih? compauy, 187
tlrei nwicu street, coruer ot D?v.
/MIANiiE OK PIER OK rilK ALHANV AND TRO*
V stervner*.? Pier AV North river, foot ofVeativ stroe.i,
one bhxik nelow Desortnee* street, jeraev ferry. Fare on y
60c. ; liertbs fiOe. ; Staterooms tit. Connecting wltn a.I rail
roads at Albany and Tioy tor tile Wcat a No. Ill everr
t veiling at si* oVloc'<. The old popular, loux i;*uWlsh*4
la' OR RORDOUT. LARDIRO AT COUCH >1, RRWRCR ;.
r Mi'ton, Potichkeejnl? an 1 Earn i?. Tl.n s'e?m?ioit*
IIIOMAS CORNEI.lt ant J AMIS W. BALDWIN leave
dally, at 4 P. M., pier 31 North ilrer, fo t of ifarrlson ? treet.
Moknino line to pekkskill -rMt-. HrKAMn^Tf
A NTI.LOPE !? aves every r..oni ng w tliout ?? eptloa>;
Harrison street at S o'o,ock, lan iiiig at Thirty- fourth straff
at 8Ja ; Y nkers, Dobfcs' Ferrv larr.i tow i and M\ack t >f
ferry ), H:ng Sin;;, Havrntraw, C.r uur'i otnt an I Terpla ek's.
N. B The sic ttner NORWaLk w.fl occupy i he r >ut- for *
tew day*. ,
Resumption of navigation on the hauler
Kiver. n and efter Saturday n. vt. May), the l!arie:rj
and Spo) I* i Dow I Navigation Corarary'* 'teambo.it* wlil
uinke tucir regular trd>*. Fain nd tl.ne "shle nam- si asl
Tear. D. P. IBs LEW, Superintendent.
IIahi in, May I, 1871.
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,ti)RT I.KE, PLEASANT YALLF.T AND SHADY HIDE. -
N. w Steamboat PLEASAN t VALI.EY, from Spring
StinOays st ID, 2 and 6, I uid ng at Thirty lomth slree*
dal y a: |n)4 ai 4 &.
XTfcW YOltK TO SCOTLAND, SWEDEN, NORWAV
XN and Ueomark, .lone l i round trip 4170 currency. Ap
pile.. itioi., received ??iitll May 1U.
AUliCST PhTKRSJlIN, Manager, Not. S Bowll ig Orv-e I.
CUiAHS ANU TOBAtK'O.
rrilE BALANCE tlF A M ANl' FAtrTURF.R'S STOCK or
1 cigar*, cons stln* of seetl and Seed and Havana. <| low
UiUies If the bo* or tho'tcau I. 7i Murrai stieei, third
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