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THE NEW YORK HERALD.
WHOLE NO. 13,029. NEW YORK. TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 1*72. --TRIPLE SHEER PRICE FOUR CENTS. DIRECTORY FOR ADVERTISERS. AMUSEMENTS?Firra Pack? Fourth, 131 tit and tlslh col umn'. ASTRO LOOT?Firm P*o??TMnl column. BILLIARDS?Foi'Rtu Pam-HIU) column. BOARDKKK WANTED?Firm Face? Kir?t tud Wind col urn it*. BOAHD A?M>flODOINC WANTED?Fifth Faok?Second rhookHTn BOARD?Firm Paob? Second column. BROOM.VN REAL ESTATE KOK SALB-NlKTIl 1'agi? First and miwt column*. . BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES?Fochtu I*AO*?Sixth col umn. BUSTNliUS,MWICBS?BrvFTin PAflr?Sl*<h column. CITY MEAL. . EH TATE FOR sale?Ninth F auk?First ?OLEKK?v|Si? SALESMEN?TwBLrni Paob?Fourth and fl'Mni(tumn<. OI/OTIIIXO-iFuinTii P?n??Sixth column. '00ACI1MEN AND OARDENKR3?TwKtrrn Paob?Fifth an<l>f4atn-^4m?Pw OOASTW?(WWBAMSHIF8?First Pa** -Sixth column. COUNTRY JBMRD?Firm Faok?Second unci third col umns. DANCINfl AGAOEMIES?Firm Paob?Third column. DRV" OOOflS?Fi?*t Pack?Sixth column. DWEI.MNO HOi'RES TO LET, FURNISHED AND UN FURNISHED?Sbcono F auk?Second. third and fourth co'umns. - EUROPE\N STEAMSHIPS?First Paob?Fifth und sixth column*. EUROPE-Fgwrm Pack?Fifth column. EYES AND iSptS?Portmt Faoh?Fl'th column. FINANCIAL?"?Nwtrn Paob? Sixth column FINK ARTS?Fifth PAnr?Fourth column. FOR SALE?Ninth Pack?Fifth nnd ix'h columns. FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? Bboonp Park?Fourth nnd filth co'umns. FURNITURE? Fotjutii Pick ?Sixth O'lltnnn. FRENCH ADVERTISEMENTS-Second Pack?Sixth col umn. HELP WANTED? FEMAI.ES-Twm.rrH PacK-Sccond, third and ronrth column*. HELP WAVTRO?MAf.KS?-Sucofn Paob?Sixth column. HORSES, CARRIAGES, Ac. -First FAUK-Second, third, fourth and fifth column*. HOTELS?Firm Pa?*?Second column. HOUSES, ROOMS, Ac., WANTED?Firm Paob?Fourth co'umn. INSTRUCTION?Fourth Paob?Filth column. JERSEY CITY. HOROKEN, HUDSON CITY AND RER ORN REAL ESTATE FOR BALE?Nixth Paue? Second column. LECTURE SEASON?Firm Paob?Fourth column. LOAN OFFICES?Foeirru Paob?Fi th column. LOST AVI> FOUND?First Paob?Flr-t column. MACHINERY?Ninth Paob?Sixth column. WARBLE M ANTELS?Focpth Paob?Fifth column. MEDICAL?Firm Paob?Third column. MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKINO? First Paob?Sixth co'nirn. MISCE LLA N ROUS ADVERTISEMENTS?Tenth Paob? Slx'h column. MISCELLANEOUS?Foobth Paob?Slxlli column. MUSICAL? Firm Paob?Fourth column. PERRON AL?First Paob?First column. PIANOFORTES?Firm Paob?Fifth column. POLITICAL?Firm Paob?Third ''01111011. PRf?poSAI<8?Ntirrn Paob?Fourth co'nmn. PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED?FRMALES Twrtrrn Paob?Second column. PROPERTY OPT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO BENT?Ninth Paob?Second, third and fourth col ,, tuiiua REAL ESTATE TO EXOHANOE-Nimth PAaB-Fourth column. REWARDS?First Paob?First and second column*. SALES AT ACTION?Eioiith Paob?First, second, third, fourth, flflh and sixth column". SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES?Et.BVKNTn Paok Flrst.-?cond, third, fourth,fl'th nnd -ixlh columns? and TwBLrru Paob?Flr*t and ?econil columns. SITUATIONS WANTED?MALES?Tbtblitii Paob? Fourth column. SPECIAL NOTICES?Fin*r Paob?Second column. 8PORTINO?DOOS, BIRDS, AC.?First Paob?Second column. STORAOE?Sbcoso Paob?Sixth column. SPMMER RESORTS? Fifth Paob?Third column. THE TRADES?Tweifth Paob?Sixth column. TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES?SJucown Paob Firot and second column*. TRAVELLERS' OCinR-KiasT Paob?Sixth column. UNFURNIBIIBD ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? Second Paob? Fi'th and <-lxth columns. WANTED TO PURCHASE?First Paob?Sixth column. WATCHES, JEWELRY, AC.?Firm PAoa-Fourth col umn. WBRTCHRSTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OR TO LET?Ninth Paob?Second column. wines. Liquors, Ac.?fourth paob?pitth column. TAOIfTs, STEAMBOATS, AC.?Finn Fao?-81xU? col umn. HERALD BRAITCH OFFICE-UPTOWN. ADVERTISEMENTS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD CEIVED AT THE BRANCH OFFICE, 1,265 BROADWAY, WEST SIDE, BETWEEN THIRTY-FIRST AND TIIITY SECOND STREETS. ADVERTISEMENTS ARK RECEIVED FROM 8 A. M. TILL 9 P. M. EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR AT OFFICE BATES. NO EXTRA CHARflE OF ANY KIND. PERSONAL. A NNIE?WRITE JACK SCOTT. BOX HI UERALD offlm. u C. KURTZ. NEW VOBK, AND OEORUE R. VER D. non, Csli ornl.i, who occnrlfd room 190, Continental Hotel. P" ilndcl' hi", and vacated it April 22, v,ill ples?? communicate anv Intormatlon in regard to a siusll Pack A*e, put In their room by mistake, containing rod Hti^-la wallet and an English memorandum two*; also envelope. Containing private papers, marked li. A. Parker; also two sin a II envelopes. Iu form a'ion In regard to above will t? rewarded. J. E. KlNifsi.EY A CO., Proprietors Continental Hotel. ?' Z. TTRELL BURT, FORMERLY OF MOUNT MORRIS. N. J., will communicate with hi* sister Maria, ho ?111 ar ol HomethinK to his interest U L WI RT, M West Fort street, Detroit. Mich. IP MISS FRANKIE, WHO, FIVE OR SIX MONTHS ago, tva* living at 14? Ea*t Nineteenth street. Is In the ?citjr she will pleA<w send lier JM,r?Ut SiMfe** io an old IMcud ftoiu Oeorgta. Address CURLY, Herald office. INFORMATION WANTED?OF TnE WIDOW OF Willlnm Cooper, formerly of MnccleiflcM, En .'lnnd, and who died in Brooklyn, L. I., about twelve years since. Any Information from or of her mar be addressed to GEOBOE KENNETH, 108 Wall street. New York. MB. W. F. L, OK ENGLAND-CAMK ON STEAMER Donau from Southampton; his wile U hero. Ad ? Mr*. W. F. !., Ilfmiit offlcc. MRS. RARAII HALL WILL HEAR OK SOME thing to her ail vantage by sending her address to 406 Pulton avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. MR. FRESniNOTON, THK GENTLEMAN ARRIVED late on Saturday, per steamer Hackcnsack, will plrtw call at Randy Spencer'a, 212 Broadway. Package eontninin.' pair No. 1 nailers. LITTLE aRTIIOR. WILLIAM Riff OL AIR.?A LI. FORGIVEN; ALL well; name ]>laco yet; write ro I can answer by letter direct only. C. W. II., F. A. W., under. riLLIU M. II.?WE WANT ,*OU TO COME HOME. ANN L. H. XiriLL YOUNG LADY IN BLUE DR13SS, WITH TUB ?T beautiful chestnut eyes, who appeared at opera matinee wlih friend whom ?he addressed a? Resale, tavor admirer liy sending addrct* to DONOR, Herald office? ^ IjOST and found, DOO I.08T?FROM PREMISES 17 EAST NINTH street, last Soturday evening, a small Black and Tan Terrier; ear* and tail cut. t!> will bo paid to the finder of the di g. ?OUND-ON SATURDAY, THE 20TH INST., IN THE ncUhborhoo<l of Cooper Instiiuc, a roll of Banknotes, 'ownercan have them by provlni: property. Add rose FRED. WILLIAMS, s ation I) Pwt offioe, New York. ?j*>TTND-ON FR'DAY AFTERNOON, IN TWELFTH 1 atrcet. near FHti avenue, a I'ockctbook. Apply At o. 7 M?t Twelfth street. LORT-ON SATURDAY. APRIL 20, EITHER ON THE New Haven Railroait train leaving Stainfttrd, Conn., atSMiA. M., or in this city, nvo Certificate* (SOUchares each) o. the Im Crowe Gold Mining Company; transfer of same on company's books ha< been stopped. #10 re ward will be paid lor tain'- at 43 Bee kin an street. 108T-ON SATURDAY, A 9MA I.L LEATHER CASE, J eon'alning a small oval Mack Enamelled Locket, vet with diamond*, containing tho hair of a deceased friend. A suitable reward wllllm given on leaving it with RICH ARD K It BP IBP, ?fe Broadway. Lost?on sunday, april si, a black and tan Terrier Dot, with block and blue lealhor collar, an swering to 11m> niiiiv ofTi >. A reward ol will bu paid U he 11 returned to 12 Bedford street I OST?FRIDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 19, IN NEIGH J btrhood of union square, a leather pockeiliook con taining ? Miiall nun oi nmni y. The (imler will lie suitably rewarded by leaving It at No. 8 Washington square. L08T?ON FRIDAY, 19H1 INSTANT, GOING FROM corner of Third avenue to Twelfth street to Second fcvenue cars and Fulton ferry, a g>>Ul iiarrltu with gold Dingo. (t!> reward will be paid for the return of It at 9) Clln'on place. ___ _ 1 OST?ON THE FULTON FEllHY BOAT. MONDAY J morning, one square Package of Articles wrapped in newspapers. A liberal reward will be. given by leaving It at No. 9 Bond street, New York. LOST-ON TlH'RSDAY OR FRIDAY, APRIL 19, BY walking, or In the Aco<1< my of Mii-dc, a little Memo randum Book, tbd with an Indnt rtjMier rliw, containing paper" ol no value. The under will be liberally n warded l>y retuniirg lo I.. FBLDMAN, Ml latt Fourteen that reel. LORT-a W8ITB POODLE DOO; ANSWERS TO TMK name of Lilly. A liiieial reward will be t aid to any one returning her to the janitor at lul West l-urty-eiglith atrcet. Lost?a diamond earring of three shines, set cno alM>ve the other, going Irmn 104 West Twenty R'nyL *iro?'t. through to Broadway, down Broadway to No. 80, then beck to John street. A liberal rew ard | nld tor the return ofjhc ring to liM WestTwmty-eighth street. SOST-A SMALL WHITE POODLE DOO, WITH J lower Jaw protruding, showlug lower teeth. A libe ral reward will bo paid for his delivery at l.'U East Thirti eth street. I OCT OR STOLEN-.\ POCKETUOOK CON ?Ji 1about $2t>in tr.nney and ouo ceriifleale of !n .^Pr.r V" ,>k? ^>v/ Vork; one certificate oi atook in Bank ot America, New York, and one certificate ftf stock In tHiminerclal Hank ot Providence. $.*> will ?,?remrM Pr ,h,v* eertltlcntes lo W ALT KB Vl 4*.yy.".'>rJ "I" New York, and no <iue? Ikwin taxed. (HrtiMcnu^ ivurtltlean to miy but the owner Lost or stolen-on Saturday, a bed ruj-t rocKetliook, with owner's name in full. Keep the KSSEAf'J?. ,url> ?"? po-kethook, wlih photograph, Io |)lllfll>?l conicr Greenu and llmi-ion streets. Noquea Uo(U asked. W111 pay tor the pockcthook. HBWAHDS. REWARD?MIR THE RETURN OF A. C. DC 's l*1"*" inoial sign, mining from tho '. Ml briMWlivay door. hewvhuh. dtlk HHWARD?LOST, ON MONDAY? ArRII,"a, SWy between the hour* of 7 nod S o'clock, a Pocket book, containing $10 and n d?(l ol lot 2.j,?6 mOr^nwi^ C. moicry The finder will return to ?? Pr*uktln street, and receive above reward. WVM AN, BVRD A CO. 4'if) QUESTIONS ASKED.?LOST, yv April l9,aDlainuiid Stud: liictilr valued as a giti of a d?c*n?*d rrlr^d E. yuiMJlY, 3H South (-tree! 4"\f) REWARD?AND POSITIVELY VO QUESTIONS ff*'" *???* Qentleman's Solitaire Diamond Pin lo ton Mxih nvvuu** car, at Fourteenth afreet, on Krv U SrV'Bfr:MJt8,: r<t"? before II A. M. or 7 ' ^ ^ Dr. DOVfLINO, W Went Twenty fifth i to 8 i street 4100 1WWT, ON SATURDAY NIOIIT, If l, 'i, *h IM., ? m>M hunting cane Boasely Watch, No. "vWl The abavs reward will Iw paid and no ques tions asked by returning IMo J. II. MORTON, 28 JoliuVt A?PKTBCnVRS RD<?ALL A JONEH, NO. 6 PINE ? strwt, furnish relinMr and rffirlrat operative* In all matter* pertaining to their business. Correspondents throughout United States and Europe. Business strictly confidential. SPECIAL NOTICES. Atlantic carle. The New York, Newfoundland and London Telegraph Company announce that on uml alter May 1, IW2, the ten word lninimuin, a* applied to enblo ine-wnges, will tie abolished oil bu iues* tor Oreat Britain aud Ireland oriil na'ina in the HnlN States and Brlli.-h provinces of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. The tariff will be 'or one word or more as follows;? TO UKEAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND. Per word. Gold. Prom New York city. New England Status and Brit ish province* of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. .$1 00 From New York State (excepting New York city). New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and District of Columbia 109 Prom Virginia, Went Virginia, North Carolina. South OaroMna, Georgia, Floridn, Alubama. Louisiana. Tennessee, Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois Michigan, Wine on-in and St. Louis cily in Missouri 1 U Prom Texa?, Arkansas, Missouri (nxcont St. Louis), Kansa*, Nebraska, Iowa, Mlnnexnta, Colorado. Da kota, Wyoming, New Mexico, Utah, Idaho, Mon tana. Nevada, California and Arizona 1 90 Prom Oregon, Washington Territory and British Co lumbia. 1 SO HKNRY H. WARD, Superintendent k ?STORAGE.?STORAGE FOR PURNITURR AND J\ ? Bacrntfe Exnreiw. families removed to city or coun try; elanofortm; pier and mantel glasses boxed and shin tied with the greatest care; baggage called ?"or and de livered to any part of the cltv. AUO. HTNARD, 77 Rnrnth avenue und .102 West Fourteenth street. A? NOTICE.-WIHTE STAR LINE. CARDS OF AD . ml*> ion to Inspect the new steamship Adriatic can be obtained by applying at the company's offices, 17 Broadway. A -PURNITURR PAMILIRS CARRPDLLY movrd. . olty or country; ftirnlturo, pianofortes, Ac., boned and -h*Vd; furniture stored. EXCELSIOR EXPRESS, 1IA West Eleventh street, near Sixth avenue. A?OFFICIAL DRAWINGS KENTUCKY 8TATR LOTTRRTE8. xKinjcxT?*xTii? class no. 291?AratL 22, 1871. U, 28. HH, 42, 19, M, 26, 71), ft?, 81. i\ 87, M. KKMTOOKT?CLASS SO. 294?ArRIL 22, 1872. 10, 81. AS, 61. 11, 4ft, ?S. fll, 49, IS2. 12. 9. rADuc'Au?cxtaa class no. 191?aratL 22, 1872. U, 28, IM. ffl, ?, 29. 9. 74, (V2. 7, S2, 64, 23. rADUCAH?class ho. 192?Aran. 22, 1872. 63, 16, I, CO, 61. 27, 70, 71, 68, 20, 14, M. SIMMONS A CO., Managers, Covington, Ky. J. CLUTE, Broker. 200 Broadway, Post office 1k?x, ?.9tl9. A?ROYAL HAVANA LOTTRRY. ? The following numbers have drawn the Ave capi tal prizes In the drawing of April 20:? 16.1S7 ?100,000 9.894 90,000 6,f76 2S.I100 1,193 10.080 990 6,060 $28. Prizes cashed; Information furnished; or ders promptly fllled ; highest rates paid for gold and sllrer, government securities. Ac., Ac. TAYLOR A CO.. Bankers, 16 Wall street. A -OFFICIAL DRAWINGS OP ROYAL UAYANA ? und Kentucky State Lotteries always on die. J. CLUTE, Broker, 206 Broadway, 163 Pulton street and No. 2 Park row ; box 4,969 Post office. BARTLRTT'8 CRYSTAL REFLECTING GLOBE LAMPS are being adopted overywliere. The/ excel all In giv ing light, lor beuuty atul low cost See them tn use upon Broadway, In ail our parks, squares, boulevards aud el-owhere. General officii. 539 Broadway, Now York. Havana lottery.?three first numbers re ceivcd lor April k) by JOSEPH BATES, 191 Broad way, mom 4. ' ? "i ???; H ANKINSON'S Union Steam Carpet Cleaning Works, No. 9 East Nineteenth stroet, New York. Carpets taken up, thoroughly cleaned and laid. Carpets packed and stored at reanmahis rates. OLD SILK HATS M ADR OVER INTO TDK NRW styles; cawimere, felt and Panama ha Ik ?4naned and trimmed, at JOHNSON.'?; U96 Rroodwiupi'forttQr Thirty first street. EMOYAL. 6n OB REPORB MAT 1, 1872, TI1R OFPICH or TUB EVBNINO TKI.EGRAX WILL REMOVE TO NO. 2 ANN STREET, HERALD BUTLDINQ. STORAGE AND SAFE KEEPING FOR FUBNITURE, Bairgage, Ac.; separated dosed compartments; raised on pjfvatori; always accessible. HAEOER'S Warehou?es, Eighth avenue, from Thirty-third to Thirty-fourth street, and Ninth avenue. the oldest, most extensive, reliable, complete and thoroughly equipped In America. STORAGE FOR FURNITURE, CARRIAGES, *0.?AT the new flmt claws warchnu i', built expressly for tho purpose, with separate compartment*. elevator, Ac., 104 to 114 Bast Thirty-second street, near Fourth avenue. The I'liMle is Invited to examine the stipurlor accommodations, Ixht, ventilation, safety, Ac., which this warehouse ros sesse* over all other*. _ JOHN II. MORKELL. SEWING MACHINES.?FOR SALE. FOUR SEWING Machine*. Crover A Baker's, Wheeler A Wilson's and Singer's, al $20 and $25 each. Person* In want of a new Intf machine will do well to call to-day at 21 Park row, room 1U, wherO ftty can Le seen. TO HOTEL PROPRIETORS NEW YOBK OB EI.SB wberc.?Wanted, by u tnlddle-aged American, active, temperate, of good addre?s mid moderate expectations, who has travelled extensively, a situation as general as distant Addiess WASHINGTON, Herald office. (fclflA AHA GOLD WAS DRAWN IN ROYAL ?P lUt/.vM/V/ Havana Lotlory o( Cuba April 20. '?First three nrlzes received." Kentucky class tn, No*. 10, SI, 55 drew $15,010. Address BALKY A CO. (Office estab llshed.*) yearst, 174 Broadway. 8 PORTING?-DOOM, limits, A*.. A?FOR SALE-ALL KINDS OK FANCV DOGS. ? Birds, Ac. Medicines tor all diseases; prepared Food lor mocking birds, at 1J. G. DOVEY'S, No. 3 Grecue street, near Canal. A FINK DOUBLE OlIN, BY Ml'LLIN, AND BREECU loader, by Wlllain Moore, for sale. GEOROB HA DEN, I4S Fulton street R" EVOLVERS. OUNS^ ltlFKES, AC., AT UEDUCED price*; Hallard's Rifle*. wholesale and retails C.uns and I'httol* bought or exchanged. GEORUE SMITH, M Chatham street. CPOitflNG STATION FOR PAI.E.?GUNN?N(^ FISH i.g, sailing, unsurpassed on I-ong Island; 25 acre* land; buildings nearly new: 10 rooms in Imnso; prlcO $j,UUI). Inquire of or call on Dr. D. H. 11AI.LOCK, South ampton, Long Nlond. N. Y. HOHHKt, CARRIAOEli, AN EXTENSIVE SALE BY ri'RLIC AUCTION THIS HAY (TUESDAY). Al'PM, 2:1, AT 10 O'CLOCK PROMPT. AT NKW YORK HOARDING STABLKS, 15 AND 17 EAST TWENTY-EIGHTH STKKST, BErWEEX M \DISON AND FIFTH AVENUES. BY JAMES JENKINS, AUCTIONEER. Con isting of elegant o.irriage, road and fhmilv norse*, Carriage*. Harness Ac., the property of A. II. Lungo, E-i|., who i i going aKinaiJ Tor an cxten?lve tour, and, con sequently, will ?ell his entire outfit Without limit or reser vation, as follow*;? Su|i?rb crossmatch team of Carriage norse*, lf> hands, dniipled pray and blood bay, 8 and 7 year* old; were raised in Kentucky; have long, flowing manes and tails; arc very stylish; drive wi'hotit checks; have high knee action; drive evenly together, ami for speed and elegance arc unsurpassed; warranted sound and kind. Large, stylish, grav Coupe Horse, 8 years old, 17 hand* high; i< the largest and finest styled coupe hor*e ever In this city: has bi>en used in the cliy two years; warranted sound and kind. Beautiltilchestnut Pony, 16hands liigh, 6 years old; U very handsome anil thoroughly broken I or ladies todrlvu. Also Pony Phaeton and Harness belonging to him. Fast team of trotters, sorrel and gray, known as tho Langn Team; can l*\at 2:46 together; one ot them, Lady Miller, has a record ot 2:54 at llud-on. They are Uie faot est te.im oi gentleman's road horses in the city, and are warranted to beat 2if) on day of sale. Also llrewstcr Trotting Wa?ron. two-?eat Phaeton, two wheeled Dos t;nrt, Victoria, single and double Harness, Blankets, IUjIh>s, Ac. N. B?This stock Is extra fine and reliable, and gcntlo tiemi'n \>i hing to txirehasa an invited to call and amain ine tlx* stock at the stables, where they ran now lie seen un to time of sale, which is positive, rain or shine. For catalogues apply nt - table or at office of auctioneers. JENKINS A DUFF, 1,401 Broadway. i -THE WELL KNOWN. HANDSOMEST AND BEST A< pair of closely matchcii trotting Mores, "Clara and Ma'e," at nubile auction, at BARKER A ClIASK'S ?)|ty Auction Marl and New York Taticrsalls corner of BroaJ way and Thirty-ninth streets; are rich dapple bavs; wero sired by Ethan Allen and are full sisters: are l;>& high. 6 and 7years old; are cxaotly alike In gait, color and dis position and can hardly be distinguished apart; have white tret behind and heavy. flowing mains and tail-; are cleyant drivers; have trotted together in 2 At>, and in con dition can beat 2:40; are posltlvcl} the llnest pair of gen tleman's roadsters in tho oouutry and warranted sound ""wiLLBB SOLD WITHOUT RF.SERVE on Widne?lay April 24, at 12 o'olook, and can now be seen at the A SECOND HAND TURNOUT SEAT TOP IHHiGY; new lour Si at no lop Waaon vfOT clieap; cbanOr Ibr banrains. To bo Mtn at TATLOII'S Dining Room. 60 ( . ?l:tr street. ________________ A LOT OF HORSES, JUST FROM 11 IB COUNTRY. Sold cheap or exchanged 'or Horses ol lesa value; fit lor all kinds ut htisinew; wurriinted sound anil kind. In quire at Ml Canal Mitel, corni r WaablngHM street. ABIJTt'HKR'S CART, IN tiOOD ORDKR, I'OR SALE Cheap, fan be teen at 21t? Pulton tfUccL HORSES, CARRIAGES, AC. A SPECIAL AND PEREMPTORY SALE, AT PUBLIC AUCTION, on WKDMKHDAY (To morrow I, APRIL M. olltiiu Horses, Wagon*, Coupe, Stogie and Double liar ncss, at STABLE ? GREAT JOXKH STREET, at loU prompt; In part by order of receiver, tho balance the prot>erty of Mr. Thorne. who goes abroad Tno mort elcprnnt Team of closely mated, lino large chc-tnut Oeldings iu the city, 10 hands high, 0 and 7 rear* old; were raised In Kentucky and arc lull three-quarter* thoroughbred; luivr great style, flue symmetry. line lone rangy necks and great action; arc extra (lm< travellers, nan show bettor than ?:l# together, fear nothing, have no rices or tricks, and are warranted sound and kind la all harness; they must be aeen to be appreciated; their equal* tor roach, phaeton or road use wore never offered. Bnow white Arabian Lady Pour Phaeton and Saddle Uorse, 15 hiiih, 7 year* old, the haiuLomcat In t ark, amiable, intelligent aud line; extra tine, genteel and well broken to saddle, and can l>e dilven or ridden by a laity ?r child; warranted^ wound and kind, togetliur'with ele gant pony t*hseton, Harness, Aa. The h.ind-omeit and beat broke pet Pony Mule ever Keen; a beautiful brown wltl?flowing tnil, about 11 band* hlah, 6 year*old; is perfectly amiable, docile and int lli gent; has been u>ed, ridden an I driven by childrent in almost a miniature borne; warranted perfectly wiie and kind for children to handle, and sound. Elegant largo Hay Coui e Mora1C,>? hands high, 7 yearn old, extra line styled, finely bred, great aotion, perfect every wav. tor family, coupe or central use; warranted sound und kind. Fine hi-h tn . d brown road Mare, lft},' high. 7 vear? old, extra fine, genteel, prompt, free, easy und styllh driver, without vice or trick, nnn can trot In loss than 2 JO to rood wagon; warrauiod sound and klud. AI~o the ttunoUM and ta.st young Patcben Mare, PATCHEN MAID, 18 high, 7 years old, sired by O. M; Patchen, dam by Trustee; an elegant gentleman's roud. ster; shows high breeding; has record of 2:40 to wagon whi n coming 0years old; warranted to beat 8:40: can trot much taster; warranted souud and kind; lull parr ttculars of performance, pedigree, Ac., at mile. Geutle men wi-hlng an elegant, high-bred, game aud lasting trotter should call and examine her. Pine Dusenbury A Van Duser Wagon, Brewster Wagom Pony Pbaetun, set ot fine Couch Harness, siugle and double Harness, Ac., all by Dunscomb. Thin sale U absolute and unreserved, and gentlomen wishing to purchase first class stock are es|<cclally in vited to attend. Stock oan be seen and examined any Ume prior to sale at stable and particulars ascertained. JOHN L. VANT9KWATER, Auctioneer. A T THE AUCTION HOUSE OK 2\. JOHNSTON A VAN TA88ELL. Office and salesroom S7 Nassau street, opposite Post oftlou. THE HOR8K AND CARRIAGE BRANCH of'our business it oonducted at our HORSE AUCTION MAKT, 110, 111 AND 114 EAST THIRTEENTH STREET, NEAR POUBTH AVENUE, whore we hold regular SALES OP HORSES AND CARRIAGES EVERY TUESDAY AN1) FRIDAY. CATALOGUE OP THIS DAY'S (TUESDAY'S) BALE, at 12 o'clock. ELEUANT TEAM BAY HORSES, 1S? HANDS, S AND 7 years old; kind In all harness, free front vice; are a su perior road team, closcly matched, last travellers, froe and stylish drivers; are In every respect a first class car riage team. VICTORIA, IN OOOD ORDER, BUILT BY LAWRENCE. SPLENDID TEAM BAY COACH HORSES, 16 HANDS, 10your*old; kind In all harness; tteo from rice or fault; have been med by a private family as a carriage team; good travellers, very stylish and warranted sound, kind and true. Also set of Harness, made by Campbell, and BAROUCHE, NEARLY NEft, BUILT BY BREWSTER Also CLOSE COACH. IN OOOD OBDER, BUILT BY Brewster] Robes, Blankets, A*. VEEY FINE TEAM BLACK HAWK HORSES, 10 band ', 9 years old; kind In aU harness aud under saddle; free from vice; are an extra fine team for lainUy driving; tast travellers, very stylish, kitid and true. Also set ot Harness and TOP WAGON, WITH POLE AND SHAFTS. ELEOANT HIUHBRED BAY HORSE, BLACK HAWK Stock, long flowing inane and tall. 16)g bauds, 7 years old; kind iu all harness, t>ee from vice; can trot In three minutes, and with proper bundling can be made a very fast Roadster; Is very stylish ana handsome, and war ranted sound, kind aud' true. Also set Harness made by Dunscomb, and TOP WAGON BUILT BY CORBUTT A 8CHARCH. BLACK COUPE IIOMSR, 16 HANDS,. 8 years old; kind In.aU harness, tree irons rice: is In every respect a first class family animal, a fast traveller, very stylish and warranted sound, kind aud true TWO COUPE ROUE AW AYS, IN GOOD ORDER BAY MARE. SLRED BY KENTUCKY HUNTER, DAM American Eclipse, tftj-i hands, 6 years old; kind in all har ness ;superior under saddle; free train vice; trots in UK minutes: Is very stylish, and warranted sound, kind and true. BAY MARK, SIRED BY KENTUCKY HUNTER. DAM Amcrioau Eclipse (half sister to above), IS hands, 4 years old; been tkrircn in harness but four times; warranted sound, kiwi and true. . DOG CART, IN GOOD OfftlKR. SORREL MA HE, 16 HANDS, 6 YEARS OLD; KIND IN all harness; free from viae; an excellent roivtstcr; last traveller; very stynsh, kind and true. POUR-SEAT EXTENSION TOP PHAETON, WITH P?K Mtad Shafts. BAY HORSE, 15?i HANDS, 6 YKARS OLD; KIND IN ?U harness; free trosn vice; a superior roadster; trots close to 8 minutes, mid sound, kind and ?*ue. SORREL MARE, UX HANDS, 8 YEARS OLD; KIND In all harness; ttee from vice; good under saddle; tree and stylish driver sod taklnd and SEVERAL OTHER HOUSES. DESCRIPTION TIME of sale. A Dubois Road Wagon. Fine Top Wagons. Threo nr.-top Wagon* Top and no-top Pony Phactum. | Weather lj^er interferes with our sales. T AUO'il&N OS WEDNESDAY. AT 9 O'CLOCK. TEN LARGE DOUBLE THI CKS AND HARNESS, At the southeast corner of West Thirteenth and llud?on streets, in coal yard. To be iwn at any time by applying to Mr. DEL A VAN, next door to yanl. Sold to close roort re. JOHNSTON A VAN TASSELL, Auctioneers, ake notice.?The sale will take place at? o'clock. A 8X Attention is called to catalogue of this d afi ? ate, At auction, by JOHNSTON k VAN TAPSELL, IIU 112. Ill East Thirteen:!! street SUPERIOR TEAM HAY CARRIAGE HORSES, If. liand't, 10year* old, and warranted sound, kind, and tru?, GLASS COACH IN OOOD ORDER, BUILT BY BREW ater. BAROUCHE, NEARLY NEW, BUILT BY BREWSTER; Blanket*, Ruben, Ac.; the property of a gentleman going abroad. ELEGANT TEAM WELL MATCHED BAY HORSES, 151, hand*, 6 ntid 7 year* old; superior roadsters. EXTRA >INE AND STYLISH TEAM HLAL'K HORSES. 16 hand*, !>yt ars old; a very deflrablo team for family nao. FINE, EXTRA FINE AND FAST ROAD HORSES. EIOI1T OOOD WORK AND BUSINESS HORSES. A SPECIAL AND PEREMPTORY AUCTION SALE OF Klvo fine blooded Horses at private stable ldO West Thirty tlilrd street, on Thursday, April ?fl, at 1W-. A. M.; al-o top oiid no top Wagon <, kIitfrle and double Road, Ooupe and Rockaway HarnrsaM; tine Kersey Blanket-, I<ap Robes Sheet*, Whips, Fly Nets, Ac.; also Albany Sleigh, pole and Shafts. The Horses consist of Bay folding. 14.1.*^ high, 5 years old; strcd by Ethan Allen, (Tain a Messenger. Extra stylish dark hay Patchen Mare, high, fi years old : eannot lie excelled for style or beauty. Cross match pair of Trotters, dark bay and dapple gray geldings; can trot to the polu in '2 :W>, or single In I : 15; Ab dalluli and Henry Clny stoek; are la'* high, 6 years old. Superior Messenger Horse, 1ft1; high, 7 years old; haa been u.-ed bv present owner past two years; great style and knee action; tine dapple gray color. Full particular* In Wednesday morning's Herald, and stock on exhibition from that time. Horses warranted sound ?nd kind. ?A. HORSES WANTED. l? First class Horses, either singly or in pairs, suitable for earriatsc, road, saddle, express business or farm work. Al?? Ponies, iu teams or singly, suitable for Indies or children to drive or ride. Fresh sioek direct troui the country preferred. Must be pood, clean and reliable; none others received. The best of Stabling md quick sales for such at NEW YORK sales AND STORAGE REPOSITORY, S37, X? and .'Ml Fourth avenue, corner Twenty-tilth si. A?A.?AT LOW PRICES, ? to eover cash advances, new and second band top and no top Pony nnd I'ark Phaetons, Exiires* und Depot Wagons, Rockaway*, Brett*, Coaches, Ac., Ac. At N? w York Sales and Storage Repository, T.37,3R9 uud nil Fourth avenue, corner Twenty-tlt'th street A A.?HARNESS, DOUBLE AND SINGLE, GOOD ? quality, light and heavy, under manufacturers' prices, to cover advances. At New York Sales and Storage Repository, !VJ7. XV) and 341 Fourth avcuue, cor ner Twentynith street. A ROAD WAGON, BY DEBOISE, $100. IN GOOD order; one Broome street Brewster top and open Road Wagon; a Ditsenbury A Van Duser top; ono tup Wagon, by Wood; one do., by Corbett, pole and shafts; two two-seat t<>p Phaetons; one second hand Co.ich; one very light Coach, by Brewster; Rook a ways, top, open and rumble Phaetons, Cabriolets, one Victoria, Clarence?, top and open Road Wagons, first class; top and open Express Wuirons, side spring Wagons, single and double Harness Blankets, Whips, Ac., ut WM II. GRAY'S, ZU and S3 Wooster street A?IW LIBERTY STREET, ? Private Saleroom (or Carriages and Harness. Small nroflts.?Top W agon, good make, $190. Quick sales.?Pony Fhactons. the very best, $110. ' Cash only.?Harness, new and complete, from $11. No uuinbug.?Rockaway*, Depot Wagons, Ac., \orylow. We challenge the world to coin pete wllh us, and sell as good, reliable an article as any oik*. JOHNSTON A VAN TASSELL, W Liberty street. A?SECOND HAND AND NEW TOP AND OPEN ? Buggies of every description: also Express, tiro eery and largo Business Wagon*. M West Twenty-sevonUi street, between lilg'ith and .Ninth avenue*. Anxl PAIR OF KENTUCKY STOCK CARRIAGE Horses, In flr?l hands, dark brow u, 16 ha;?l* high, t) years old, high knee aetloii, excellent travellers, of great endurance; can be. bought lor less than any other pair in New York that have as many good qualities; warranted sound by a responsible party. SKLDKN'8 stables, Twen ty-third streot, near Third nvenue. Attention.?mr. j. c. van fleet, formerly ok Elizabeth, N. J., has Just arrived from the Western part of New York Stato with some of the host matched palr? of Coach Huraos that have been in this market tor years, to be sold under tun warrantee. To bo seen at Auierluau Club Stables, 134, 130 and IX West Thirty-ninth street _ Avery fine selection of phaetons, coupe Rockaway*, Pony Phaetons, Depot Wagons, Road Buggies and other seasonable Family Carriages and Light Wagons; lowest popular prices. MANUI Ai'Tl ltEK.V UNION, 613 Broadway. AT NEW YORK SALPJ3 AMI iiTORAQB UK POM I TORY, *37. ,W and 341 Fourth avenue, corner Twenty-flflh street. Dark grav Morse,in1.,' hands,?years old,sound. Kind and gentle; vory tine roadcr. Dark brown llor^e, l/t'4 hands, very stylish, tine driver, fitter latly to-drive; Vermont stock just arrived. Alight coupe. \ clarence, barquchb, Phaeton, Depot Wagon, six M at Rockaway, Ruggioa, Liindaulets, second hand; H?i new Pony Phaetons al mod erate prices. HAM'S, Iu Kit -t Fourth street AOIiOlOB OF THREE HIGH BRED CI1F.STNUT Geldings, |f."4 hands high; very stylish; all kind Iu single Ar double harness": or t*M of tlicin would be si>u and a goi ii Coupe Horse taken In part pa\ metit. Apply at once at prirotu stable iJ Eoat Hiiq third s'tect HOHSKS, CAUKIAUK8, &(<. J^ ?MINER, STEVENS A CO., KINK CARRIAGES. 636 BROADWAY , Respectfully noUiyibf public that, owing Ui thr Intended removalui their wan-room* to their factory, US to 121 Eul Thirte'cuih street, near Fourth u venue, they will sell their large took of every description of Carriage and light WaMOj ?I the most ta*hionat>lH style auU elegant llmtli and ol their own uianuiartnre. AT BEDUCKD PRICES UNTIL MAT 1 ALDKUNKVH ? Hilt SALE, TIIOROl'tlHBEED JER aey or Aklertiov Ootm; bred from finest imported , i l*Ur* ?\wy CARLISLE, Pelliam Bridge, or P. l<OKILLAltf>, it Chambers street A ?CABBIAOEH. ^ 1\-* All the newest styles il . at KLANDRAL S, . I I | No. 7 East Eighteenth street, I I ' near Klilh avenue. I | AKR1VKD AT LAST ,I DKYO, OF TBI CITY OF Jackson, Ml*i., with W head of tinti Horses, at A. 8. CHAMBhRLAlN'H Stable, Twenty-tilth street, between Third and Lexington avenie*. A-KOB SALE, ONE OF TIIK IIA NDSOMICST * middle or carriage Horses in tho elty: color, bay. with Mark points; 10 hatuis high; ti yearn old ; sound, kind ?lid true; warranted in every respect; must lie sold, as the owner is going South Inquire ot Dr. BUCANNON, 356 Weai Thirtieth street, iietweeu Kighth ami Ninth avenues. A TWO-Wll EE LED VlLI.AtiK cart, FOB TWO OR lour persons built this last winter, to order, by Mil lion A Gulet, ol Paris: never used; price $tiu>. ( an tie wen heiore II A. M , at private stable, No. 6 Went Twenty lourt h street A NICK PAIB PON IBS, IS HANDS HIOH, WILL matched, l>uy, with long, lull tails and manes, gentle, and very derlrahlc lor a* lady's turnout. Can bo seen at waLTOmMIBB's stables, its East Twenty-fourth street. BREWHTKK A CO., OF BROOM B STREET, OKFEB, AT THEIR WAREROOMS, FIFTH AVENUE, CORNER OK FOURTEENTH STREET, their complete*! took of ELEGANT 0ARR1 VtiES, for the present season, tucludlng all tile fashionable varie ties, Irom origlual and tiio beat Loudoii und Paris designs, and exclusively tlM production of their well-kuown Broome street taotory. Their stock also Includes a full assortment of the "BREWSTER WAGON." with and without top*, and of all weight* required for speeding and pleasure driving. These wagouvontinue to ba THE STANDARD for <|Uality and style, and, with all other vehicles In stock, are offered as equal ia all respects to those built to the order of the most valued customer, and at prices fixed and itniiortn to all. In order lo proven*contusion, wo l? g tha.publlc to bear In mind tltat we have no connection w'vatever with a Joint Stock Company of Carriage Dealers-organized two years ago under a firm name very similar to our own, nnd now advertising itself as the "Old House of Brewster-'? our only places ol business iwing at the factory on Brnoine street and wareroonison Klith avenue, corner Fourteenth street. BREWSTER A CO. BUOOY FOR SALE CHEAP?A FINE SQUARE BOX leather top Buggy, only used a short time, liy a first class maker. US West Twenty-fifth street. In umsouls "DREWSTER. OF BROOME.?TOP BUOOY. POLE AND L> shafts, in extra tine order, price $225; also a Dusoa bury and Van Duser square box Road Wagon, for $176. Ill East Sixteenth street. Edward schenck, auctioneer. ELEGANT HORSES, carriages, HARNESMy Ao.. at tho private stable NIX IS WEST THIRTY-KWiHTH STREET. By BDWAR1> SCHENCK, THIS MORNING, April SS, at ?Vi O'CLOCK. A. M., IIORSH8.?A lieautliul span of brown Horses, 15K hands. 7 nnd 8 rears old, perfectly sound, kind smigentle' flue, stylish drivers; a one gray Horse, IB hands. B years: abcnuillul gray 1'on.y, 15 hatuls, 8 years old, ha# always been driven to basket wagon, PARK PHAETON, six seal, built by Wood Bros.; In per fect order. victoria, built by Br sir stir A Co., Broome street; uaarly new. COIII'E. by Wood Bros.; but little used. PARK PHAETON, four seat, by Brewster 4 Co., Broome BASKET WAtiON, in,flno order, by Wood Bro*. SLEIGH.-A lurgc Kaaiily Sleigh. SADDLES AND BRIDLES?Gents' English Saddles and Bridles. IIARNESS.?Fine duuhlo and singlo* Coach, Phaeton and Wagon Harness. Holies. Blankets. Ao. Ii* LEW A NT 0 BOBS-MATCHED TRAM OF carriage 'J Horse* for wlc?Six and sever.years old; 16 hands; active, stylish: lung tails; souud aiul klntl, nnd drive lite one horse. C*ll-at lis West Twentieth street. l/OB KALE.-AN ELEtl A KT TEAM OK ULACK F Mart*, fi and 7 years old, I5!< hands high, perfectly soui,d, without, blemish ; fan Mot ft) SV; for coup* or road team aro unsurpassed by any In the city; also a car riage W?m, bay und gray, 16 hands high, 7 and 8 years Old, souud, kind and gentle. To be seen at the private autblo of the ownur, Mr, C, 0. HASTINGS, JT West Fifty flUh stroet. ipOR SALE-CARRIAGE, A SIX SEATED PAHK r Phaeton (Lawrence builder); In good order ilteen used only as private. Can be noon at stable 147 We it Forty first street, or Htpttlw at 9t Front street. IPOR HALE?A HANDSOME (illAY HORSE BLACK 1 limbs; free driver; trot in UdO; 7 year*: 16 hands; at? piano box Bunny and Harness; within an hour of the uift ; priee $800. Address F. <1., llerald office. IfOR SALE-A TEAM OF YOUNG HORSES. nALF ' brother*, lint from the conntry; soluble for light car riage ; will tie told cheap. Apply to J. J. BAILK Y, 63 Went Thirty-third streeL - For sale?two large TRUCK HOUSES; WEIGH 2,00(1 pounds; price WOO; to be scon nt private stable No. 8 East Twenty-eighth street. Alto six (food work Horses; to bo seen at stable Sixty-tUlli street and First nvenno, tor tonr days. Also n number of Derrick* and Railroad Tool*. TOM DILLON, No. 8 Flit Twenty-eighth street EloR 8ALB?A BLACK COUPE HORSK, I? IIAM>H; very stylUh and suund. 88 and #7 West Twenty ninth street. F^OR bale?AT PRIVATE BTABLE, 111 WEST FIF toenth street, a Clarence Coupe, lined with utaroon morroco; pole and shaft* t excellent order. A Park Phae. ton. four seat*, by Wood Bros. Two Kleighs, one two nnd one four sent*: Saddle and Bridle; two sets Double Har ness, Whips. Blankets and one Black Bear Robe. Call be tween 9ana II. p? SAMi?TMKKK-QfAKTi;it clarence. BUILT I1 by Hrewster j al*o English Meloris, with rumble. Ap ply at Washington alley, sixth stable west of University place. TpOIl SALE?A NTYIJSH MAIL PHAETON. ON DOL*. P hie springs, built by Brewster. Apply at stuble No. 8 East Eighteenth street. FIOU SALE?TWO FINE F\RM HOUSES, ONE #41), the other $66; also one valuable Canadian Pony. 77 New Chambers street. t^OE SALE?A WORK UOR.SE AM) EXPRESS HAR ' ness, S46; a good Mare, open Buggy and Harness, $1(13. 243 Hest Twenty-sl.'Uh jtrcoL not IATJM road waoon, Bi'T LITTLE USSDt r also a Doctor's Boggy, good as new Apply at MOORK'S stable, 328 and 221 Sixth street, between second and Third avenues. Tj?OR SALE-A YOUNO MARK, IS'-J HANDS HIGH, P warranted sound and kind; will be sold eheap, as the owner has no further us< tor her. Call at 140 West Twen ty eighth street for two days. FOR SAI.R?A FRE^II cow. 4 YEARS OLD; Mir,KB IS quarts |?>r dsy. Call for one week at 239 East Twenty-ninth street fjlOB BALE-GOOD CANADIAN B \ Y M AUF, 7 YEARB r old, sound and kind, 13 hands; Express Wftjjon and Harness: cheap, tor want of use. 4.18 Fortieth s1reet.be tween Ninth and Tenth avenues. P10R SAJ.E?A OHEBTNCT MARE, IN FOAL, IC'i hands, sound nnd kind. 380 West Forty-first street l^OR BALK?A OKAY MARK, ABOUT IS HANDS; r sound, kind and gentle; suitable fi r a grocer or uny light work; single or double. Call nt 830 Spring street. JIORBALE^-A BAY ETHAN ALLEN HORSE Mjj HANDS high. 6yenr*old; styli.li, good driver; sound in ivory purtieular; porloctly kind; will sUitel within ten feet of a locomotive it necessary; can trot in 3:15; in all respects a splendid family horse; n One animal for cotlpe; sold only for want of use. Can t<c seen at Bau Francisco Slubles, 1M West Forty-sixth street. Ij^jR HALE?ROAN HORSE, 13 HANDS HIGH; TOP Buirgy and Harness; ht<r*e can beat 3 minutes; tiugev is new; must be sold thii week. Apply at STBATTONB house furnishing wareroonis, Til Si.\tU avenue. IV)R SALE?A FURNITURE TRUCK, AT 431 WEST IVui'tcenth street, nemr Tenth avenue. "L^OR BALE CHEAP?A TWO IIORSE TRUCK. IN F good order, with Sides. Apply at 3.'8 and 330 East Sixtieth street. TTtOR SALE CHEAP?A SECOND HAND COUPE. IN Jc good running order, ''an be se-n at stable No. 8 Washington alley, rear of Washington w.uaro, troin 8 to 11 o'clock A. M. FV>R SALE CHEAP?A GENTLEMAN'S complete Turnout Inquire of D. O'BRIEN, Empire Stable, 261 and 283 West Thirty third street, JIOR SALE OR EXCHANGE?13 HORSES, JUST FROM Indiana, all sound and kind. Inquire at 122 Nor folk street IpOB SALE LOW?A TEAM OF BEAUTIFUL BAY Mares, IS*., hands, 8 vears old; f:ist travellers; gentle in all hurtles*, and warranted sound. JAM KB I'I VAN, 183 West Fifteenth street Four stalled private stable to let, at m West Seventeenth street, between Sixth and Seventh avenues. _ JOHN J. ToWNSEND, 80 Wall street nORSE AND WAGf?N FOB SALE CHEAP.?APPLY ut '.J'.'l Ninth avenue; price $78. Also a family Rock away, but little used, at h sacrlllee. Harness, harness.?for cash only. Bankrupt stock, tlrst cla^s make, from 911, a com plete set, up; great inducemenu offered in order to sell the balance now on hand. JOHNSTON * TAN TASSBLL, M Liberty street. HARNESS, RADDLES, HORSE CI/OTHINO.?THE above articles extensively ?MUJmanured, and A targe supply constantly on hand, together with a full as sortment of Riiling Bridles, Lap Dusters and Saddlery Goods generally. C. B. SMim * Co ,<i> Warren street Harness for farming, teaming, truokinTT Citrtiiy;, exprewing, contractors, stevedores, coupe,' single and aoubic, pony, road, coach, business and idea. ?uretlM. C. M MOSEMAN A BRO.. _ _____ yJW.'&S'-ircfS. !i! mm. Horsf. wantbd?suitable for a furniture curt; yi ling, found and kind ; about 13W bants hich ? will pay ntsli or exchange Furniture or Carpets; price not over $m cow l-ncniw AIT. I&J tibatliam'st' I'NION REPOSITORY, 888 r,"Z. -)??livtry *ty|o carriage, nil qualities and descriptions, liom lowest to highest grades, new anil sec ond baud, at cricc* dt'lVlua voinu tittun. Call and ex amliiO. HORSKS, CAHRIAOE9, AC1. PRIVATE hTABLES; ALSO HOARDING STABLE*; Thirty -fifth strict, near Broadway ; buildings will bo altered for cither purpose. O. II ANDREWS, HI Eust Twentjr-flflh etn-et. Road make for sale- 15*^ hands, all bay; Ioiijx tall: a Rood pole mare, and drives singly; Bell n milder unit Hunter stuck. Al?o set of single harness, cheap. Call at 12s West Twentieth street. UROOND hand pout phaeton, several bug O gles. light Rockaway, slightly soiled; six scat Boeka way aiiu Victoria; also Depot Wagon, cheap; new anil second hand hurncs*. MANUFACTURES' 1,'MON, HE pomtory, urts Uropulway. STABLE TO IBNT?PBTTAip ST\BLE (THKEK stalls) to rent, In Fifty-fourth street, near Filth ave nue. Apply at Ihe Metropolitan Mu*euui of Art, IWI Kiiih avenue. Two vmrxil QRAY houses FOB SALE?SUITABLE for truck or express, at MEUKBRT'H Brewery. Out tenberg, N. J. rpo I.ET-IN THIBTY-FIITH STREET, NEAR BROAD -l way, a private Stable; room for twvv carriages and four horses. HINE A PELL, 367 Sixth avenue. WANTED?A PAIR OF 10 HAND OARRI AOS HORSES; nm?t lie ntyiiih, Hound, kind and gf :l?Ic. (food travel lers and with endurance; also a pair of.Pwnles, not over 1ft hand* high, to be used by Indie* and shildreu, sound, kind and with lulr speed Address bo* ?,57ft Post office, * 1th lull description and prices. WE OrPEB THE FOLLOWING SECOND HAND Carriages for sale low?Ono Clark e, 1 Hrott, by Wood Bros ; 2 six-Kent Westchcsters, 1 extension top Phaeton, I Victoria, several Park Phaetons and Buggies, by city makers. A. T. DEMAKK ST A CO., Carriage WnriTimiiii, G5( Hnmilwuy. ll'ANlHD?TO HIRE FOR THE SUMMER MONTHS f T or would buy if very cheap, a (toed pair of Horses Harness and Park Phaeton; all tniMt be nice. Address FAMILY, box Mil Poet office. WANTED?BY A CASH CUSTOMER, A SOUND, atyliali norm; tnust.be 16 hands high, not ovar 7 yenra old, aud able to trot in 3:3U; price not over $400. Address box 140 Herald Uptown Branch office, 1.205 Broadway. TIT ANTED?A OOOD, STYLISH OOVPB HORSE, ltf 11 hands, sound and kind. Address WALTER, Herald Uptown Brunch office, l,iHt Broadway, staling price, Ac. ??STYLISH BROWN HORSE 8 YEARS, lftK i hands; dapple gray, 13i? hands, 9 year#, $S0; or the team $160; good worker*. 734 Washington street, cor ner Hunk, grocery. MjiM sell. djior -FORSALE-A BLACK PoNY, WAGON AND Harness; pony a perfect pot; a lady can drive. MARTIN. 282 Twenty-tilth street, corner of Eighth avenue. BURUPEAN STEAMSHIPS. HITE STAR LINE. New York, Cork and Liverpool. New and full pow ered steamships, the six largest in the world. OCEANIC, BALTIC, ADRIATIC, REPUBLIC. CELTIC. ATLANTIC. 6.UUU tons burden, 3.U0U horse power each. Sailing trout New York on Saturdays, from Liverpool on ThnrMliiya, calling at Cork Harbor each way. ADK1ATIC April SJ at 9 A. M. ATLANTIC May 4. at 3 P. M. BALTIC, May ft, at 8 A M. REPUBLIC, May 18, at 2 P. M. From the White Star Dock, Pavonla fhrry, Jersey City. Passenger accommodations lor all clas-.es unrivalled, comblnlug safety, speed and comfort. Saloon*, staterooms, atnoklng room and bathrooms In midship section, where Itost motion Is felt Surgeons and stewardesses accompany these stenmerii. Rates?Saloon, in gold ; steerage, $90 In currency. Those wishing to senator friends from the old country can now obtain steerage prepaid certificates, $S3curreticy. Pusscagcrs booked to or troni all parts of Amcrlrt, Paris, Hamburg, Norway, Sweden, India, Australia. China, Ac. Excursion tickets granted at lowest rates. Droits from ?1 upward. For information apply at the company's office, 19 Hroud wnv., New York. bills of laden issued through to Continental port*. J. U. SPARKS, Agent. ISMAY, IWRIR A CO., 10 Water streot, Liverpool, and No. 7 East India avenue. Leadenhallstreet, London. Notice.?warm star line.?cards o? ai? mission to Inspect the new steamship ADRIATIC can lie obtained by applying at the company'soffice, ly Broad way; HITR STAR LINE.?NEW YORK, QUEKNSTOWN and Liverpool, from White Star Doclc, Pavonla ferry, Jersey City, every Saturday, from Liverpool every Thursday, tne Cove of Cork the day following The finest aud fastest slilns afloat. Steerage passage f50currency. Drafts from ?1 upward. Apply to Compauy'a office, 19 Broadway; or to O'DONOVAN ROSSA, SB-I Broadway, opposite the City Hall, New York, and G8 Fulton streot, Brooklyn. $85, W1 W IN MAM LINK. For Queenstown find Liverpool. Roval Mall Steamers are apuolntcd lo sail as follows city ok Antwerp Thursday, April?, 7 a. m. CITY OK PARIS Saturday, April 27, 9 A. M. CITY OK WASHINGTON Thursday, May K, 2 V. M. CITY OK LONDON Ssturdav, Mav ?, a I'. M. CITY OK baltimore Thursday, May 9, 7 A M. CITY OK BROOKLYN. Saturday, Mar U, SAM. au<l each succeeding Saturday and Thursday, lroui pier 19 North River. RATES OP PASSAGE. Parable In gold. First cabin $79 To London SO To Paris 00 Pay wife In Currency. Steerage $30 To London S3 To Paris... 8S Passengers also forwarded to Havre, Hamburg, Swe den, Norway and Denmark, at reduced rates. Tickets can be bouKtit at moderate rates by persona wishing (o send tor their friends. Through bills of lading given on shipments of goods to Havre and Antwerp. Drafts Issued at lowest rates. For further information apply At the company's offloo. JOHN G. 1>ALE, Agent, la Broadway. XTOKTH GEBMAN LLOYD STEAMSHIP COMPANY^ ll For Southamotnn and Bremen. The steamship HERM\NN. rapt. O. Helelimann. will sail on Saturday, April 87, 2 P. M., from Bremen pier, foot Third street, Hobokeu, to l>e followed by the steam-ship K<U,N, Uapthin H. Krunke, on Tuesday, April 30. RATES OF PASSAGE TO LONDON, HAVRE AND BREMEN, parable In gold, or Its equivalent In currency:? First cabin $120 Second cabin 7-1 8 tee rags 30 L<?? ?VAir.K? nuuuai/o ar.nl.. ?a For freight or passage apply to OfiL" RICIIS A CO., Agents, No. 2 Bowling Green. National line ok steamships. WEEKLY TO QUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL. FORTNIGHTLY TO AND FROM LONDON DIRECT, from piers 44 and 47 North River. To QneeMtown and Liverpool. EGYPT, Grogan. Monday. April 22. at 4 P. M. ITALY, Thompson, April 27, at 4 A. M. SPAIN, Grace. Saturaav, May 4, at3 P. M. FOR LONDON DIRECT. THE QUERN, Thomas, Saturday. April 27, at A A. M. Cabin passage 963 and $79 currency Steerage $2H currency Prepaid Stiic rage Tickets from Liverpool, Queenstown, Londonderry, Glasgow or London, $32, currency. For farther Information apply at the Company's office, CI Broadway. F. w. J. HURST, Manager. TTNITED STATES MA II, LINK-STEAM TO QUEENS I' town and Liverpool, Hailing everv Wednesday. NEVADA, Forsvth April24. at J:30P. M. WYOMING, Wnlneray May 1, atl P. M. From pier 46 North River. Cabin passage, $S0, gold; steerage, $.10, currency. Prepaid tickets, $33, currency. Passengers booked to and from Paris Hamburg, Nor way and Sweden. Ac. Drafts ou Ireland, England, France aua Germany at lowest rati-s. Apply to WILLIAMS A GDION,?Broadway. /UNARI) MNE. THE BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS, BETWEEN NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL, CALLING AT CORK HARBOR. From New York. RUSSIA Wed., April 24 CUBA Wed., May 1 SCOTIA Wed., May s JAVA Wed., Mar 16 (/II IN A... Wed., Mmv 22 From New York. ABYSSINIA....Sat., April 27 BATAVIA Sat , May 4 ALGERIA Sat., May II PARTHIA Sat . Mav IS CALABRIA Sat., Mav 25 And every following Wednesday and Saturday Ifuiu Mew RATES OF PASSAOB. Cabin, $S0, $100 and $130, gold, according to accommo dation. Tickets to Paris, $13. sold, additional. Return tlckcts on favorable terms. Steerage $30, currency Steerage ticket i from Liverpool and Queonatown and all parts of Europe at lowest rates. Through bills of lading given for Belfast, Glasgow, Havre, Antwerp and other ports ou the Contiiieul, and for Mediterranean ports. For freight ?nd cabin passage apply at the company's ofilce, No. 4 Bowling Green. For steeraM parage, at 111 Broadway, Trlnltr Building. _ CHAR O. KRANCKLYN, Agent PASSENGERS PER 8TEAMSHIP RUSSIA F.MHAK'a from the Cunnrd wharf, toot of Grami street, Jersey Citv, from 2 to 3 P. M. on Wednesday, 2ttli Inst CHAH. G. KRANCKLYN, No. 4 Ro.\ii:ig Green, N. Y. QMLY DIRECT LINE foTSSSE The General Transatlantic Company's mall str.amnhiM between New York and Havre, calling at Brest. The splendid vessels oil this favorite route for the Conti nent will sail from pier No. fill North River, as follows-? WASHINGTON, Ronsnrin Saturday, Mar * VILLE DE PARIS, Surniont Saturday, Mav IS PKKEIRK, Dan re Saturday, .tuho 1 ST. LAURENT, Lemarle Saturday, June 19 Price of ra??n'.'e In gold (Inrlmllng wine). TO BKEHT OR HAVRE. Plrst cabin, $129- second cabin, $7& Excursion tloket* at reduced rates. These steamer* do not carry steerage passenger* American travellers going to, or returning from, the Continent of Europe, by taking the steamer* of this line, avoid both transit br English Railway and the discom forts of crossing the Channel, besides saviug time, trouble and expense. GEORGE MACKENZIE, Agent, 98 Broadway. Anchor link. Steamers sail every Wednesday and Saturday to and from NEW YORK AND GLASGOW, calling at Londonderry to land malls and naimrnjcr*. Passengers booked and forwarded to and from all rail way stations In Great Britain, Ireland, Germany, Nor way, Sweden or Denmark and America as sateiy, *J?ec?l* Uy, comfortably and cheaply as any other routo or lino. THE NEW DEPARTURES. mox oLumow. r?o? snw ros*. Wednesday. Mav 13... BRmVNIA...Wedne*d*y, April* Saturday, Mav IS COLUMBIA Saturday. AurllW ::::::: u And an extra steamer of the lino fry Wednesday, from pier 2<> North River, .New! o?, at iBoon. Rates of passage payable in i urrcncy, ?? t iup nf*rrv i? W)'Cri"'iL. - '-?y"'r 0r nrrry . -or. Ing best accommodation*. EKt>. No. 7 Bowling Green. El'ROPKAN KTB&N8HIP8. IHlh IIAMB ERG- VME RICA N PACKET COMPANfE Iruii mall steamship W K8TPFIALIA Captain II. F. Schwunrfn, will .nil 'on Thursday, April A WX at P. M., t?r Hamburg, taking pasaeng'-rs from New York to I'tymoolh, LonikM, _ Cherbourg and Hamburg. First cabin, fax Second cabin, |H Steerage, $30| payable til lulled State* gold. KUNHARDT A CO.. C. B. RICHARD A BOAS, General Agent*. General I'usseupcr Agent* 01 Broad street, N. Y. No. 61 Broad way. 571 The HOLSATIA will sail May % 18Ti STEAM TO Q0SBNBTOWN AND LIVERPOOL,?THS ITALY sail* N&tnrday, April 77 ; the QCEEN London. SaUirdH v, April 27. For passage apply to RYDER A CUB ris, 73 BroMwiy, corner of Rector afreet CTNITED RAW GOVERNMENT PASSPORTS OB J t:iine<l from Washington in .Hi hours, F. I. KINO, Passport Agent aucl Notary Public, lay oIDce 3G3 BrotMway; residence No. 6 Hv Mark's place. '"cOAHTiriSB 8TEAM8HIP?._ PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S LINK TO CALIFORNIA, JAPAN AND CHINA, VIA PANAMA, CARRYWG MAILS, PASSENGERS AND FREIGHT TO KINGSTON, JAMAICA. SANTA MARTHA AND GREYTOWN, ANI> PACIFIC COAST OK MEXICO. CENTRAL AMERICA, PERU AND CHILI. Steamers lenve l.Mti mul ,'UKIi each month, except wkM those dates tall on Sunday, then tbe day previous. April .10?Steamer HENRY GHAUNcRY, Captain A. (L Irny, will hove pier No. 12 North River, at 12 o'clock noon, tor Aaptnwall, connecting at Panama with st earner DONsTlTUTtOX. Captain Farnsworth. and also connect ingi'or all Cnnlral American and South Pacific port* Freight tor last named ports received until IP. N. or Apr! .7. Steamer CIuNa will leave San Francisco May L " light IH72, tor Japan and China. For rates of passage, Ire! and all further Information, apply at Company's ofllcoa the pier, foot ol'Cnunl street. F. R. BAIIY, Agent. SAN DOMINGO LINE?THE UNITED STATES MAIL steamer TYBRB, Captain Dctanoy, will leave pier !/o. 4, North Rlvor, ou Thursday, May 2, ntS P. X., for Puerta Phtta, gainana and San Domingo City. For freight or passage apply to SPOFKORtlBROTHKHS t CO., 29 Broadway. Rills of exchange ou I'uerto Plata, Saiuana and San. Do* mingo City, In sums to suit purchasers, for salt). UNITED STATES AND BRAZIL MAIL STEAMSHIP Company. The elegant screw steamship MEIlRIMACK, 2,001 toaa burthen, l.'aptaln Geo. P. Slocum, will sail for St. Thomas Para. Pernamhuotk Bahln and Rlo Janeiro, on Tuesday. April ?1, at .1 o'clock P. M., from pier 4.1 North River. Vor freight or passage apply to WM. R. OARRISON. Agent, No. A Bowling Green. Shippers are informed that a special vessel tor Deins* rara will lie awaiting at SL Tlioinas the arrival of tlM steamer leaving here the 23d Inst TTNITED STATES MAIL TO HAVANA. 1 1 ATLANTIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY, It* pro April ? hibhuuki, cniiiain r r?. Vyuriu (via .>?s-u?u; Mayt MOUIUI CASTLE, Captain T. 11. Morton May> For freight oepaisago apply to A. W. D1MOCK, President, No. B Howling Green. rpEXAS LINK OF GALVESTON STEAMERS?TOUCH. 1- ing at Key West, carrying the United Slates mail. The A1 steamship CITY OK AUSTIN, Captain EMridge. at pier 20 East Uiver will leave on Saturday, April IT. Through hills of lading given to Houston ami to alt points on the Galveston, Houston nnd Henderson and ML 15. K. and C. Railroad. For Irelghtor passage apply to C. H. MALLoRY A CCy, va Maiden lane, or W. P. CLYDE A CO., 119 Wall sire0t_ IRKCT LINE TO HAVANA. HAVANA, PROGKKHO AND VERA CRUZ. New York ;inrt Mexican Mail Steamship Line, leaving pier 17 East River, at 3 P. M., direct to llavana. CLEOPATRA. Phillips (Havana only)....Tuesday, AnrllJI CITY OP MEXICO. Timmerinan Thursday, May I CLEOPATRA, Phillips (Havana ?olyi . .Saturttay, May It CITY OF MKRIDA, Deuken Wednesday, May ti For Orclght or passage apply to F ALEXANDRE A SONS. .'CS Broadway. 1/iOK HAMILTON. BERMUDA,?THE STEAMSHIP ME. F TROPOI.1S, George W. Castnor, Ooininander, will sail for the above port I'roin pier East River, on Wednes day, April 21, at 3 o'clock, and returning will leave llaniU Wm, Wednesday, Nay 1. F< r ireight or paw-age, haviur lir^t clit-'S ateoiniuijdaUons, apply to LUNT BuOTIlEliaJ JS South street. _ WEXAH LINE OF GALVESTON STEAMERH?TOUCllT X Ing at Key West, carrying the United States mail. The Al steamship WILNflXisTON, ('aptain Cole, atplar 20, East Itlver, \vill leave on Saturday, April 27. Through bllla of lading given to Houston and all points on the Ualvuston, Houston and Henderson and B. B. R. and C. Railroad. For freight or passage apply to c u. mai - lory a no, ua MaMon lane, or W P. CLYDE, 119 WaJl street. D1 lilOB PERNANDINA, JACKSONVILLE, TALLAHA8 r et>?\ Tampa anil st Augustine, nurt nil other point* on the Florida and Jacksonville, Pea sacola and Mobile Railroad, nu l llruii'wick, Ua. Steamship MKKCKDITA sslls Satordny, April 2/, at 3 P. M., from pier *9 Nortfc ltlver. Insurance one-half per cunt For freight or passage anplv to J AM KS II aND.1I> Willi *<reet, or to U. K. MORGAN 4 0O. , 177 West st reet.^ CK)S NEW ORLEANS DIRECT, i? BOUTHERN LINE. The steamship VICTOR, Captain Gates, wilt leave pier 21 East River. Wednesday, Aoril 24. Freight for St r.ouis, Mobile and Galveston taken. For freight or panjsge, having superior nrcoinmoda* Hons, apply to C. If. MALLORY A CO.. US Maiden bine, New Voi*. IIOR nW ORLEANS DIRECT. The 0romw*ill Steamship T.in". The steamship (IKHKI)K CBOMWELL. Captain Samuel L. ciapp. will l?u?e pier No. 0 North River, on Saturday. Api 11 27, at S o'clock P. M, Freight received daily. Through rates given to Ualvesbjii, Indianola, Mobile and St. Louia Cabin pas-sage, fSO; steerage, t25. Por freight or passage apply to H. H. CROMWELL A CO.. M Weil street. Bhjr new orphans direct. MERCHANTS' STEAMSHIP LINE, from pier No. 4 North River, at .1 o'clock P. M. UNITED STATES. on Saturday, April 27. Freight received daily. Through rates given for SI Louis, VlekKhurg, Mobile, Galveston and Indianola. Por it-eight or passage having superior accommoda tions, apply to FREDERIC BAKER, 30 Broadway. IIOR NORFOLK, CITY POINT AND RICHMOND.? The Old Dominion Steamship Company will despatch from pier 57 North ltlver their elegant *ldev heel steam ship ISAAC HELL for Norfolk, City Point and Richmond. Tutcdajr, April 21. at 3 P. M , giving throtwh bills or ladlnc to all points South anil Southwest Through passenger ticket! Issued to all point*. Accominodstlon* unerjiiallpd. Apply at pier 37. or at the geueral olllce, 187 Greenwich street, corner of Dey street. TRAVELLEIU' <;i'Il>K. Albany and troy link steamers?landing at Catsklll, from pier 44 North River, dally, .Satur days escepted. Pare roe.; halt mate room*, #5o. steamers VANDEKBILT and CONNECTICUT, counectlug with railroads to all station* Wen and North, will leave M above, atfl P. M. Prelght at reduced rate*. C. D. II ANCOX, General Agent. MOR TROY DIRECT.?CITIZENS' STEAMBOAT COM* T pnny of Troy ?Steamers HUNNYSIDK and TmOMAS POWELL, daily, Saturday excepted, will le.ave pier 43, foot of Spring street N'ow York, at ?J P.M. Passenger* ticketed and ba^' <age checked via Rensselaer and Saratoga and Troy and Boston Railroad. JOSEPH CORNELL, Superintendent YACHTS, STEAMBOATS, ?fcC. A-FOB SALE THE PAST, WELL BUILT AND ? finely modelled yacht Alice, with ?iulpnieiits;llB tous, St fleet long, 20.(1 oeam; drarttifeet Apply to WIL LIAM H NICHOLS, No. 9 Pine street. New York. f[tOB SALE?A SCHOONER YACHT, 10 TONS; VERY complete In her outfit; in g?<>d order; will bo aoU low. Apply to R. C. JOHNSON, 39 ami 11 Park placc. r?OR SALE HULL SUITABLE FOR ICE OR HAT r barge ; capacity. ?Jtl torts; length, Uo feet; beam, IS t>et; depth, 7W feet; ill good order. Also Pilot Boat (new),01 tonsold, measurement; length, CI feet; beam 17 net; depth, 7,S tcet; well found In sail*. An.; splendid sc.* bout and Inst sailer. Apply to WILLIAH 11. liAZAltD, Jr., 173 Greenwich street. WANTED?A SCHOONER, NOT TO CARRY OVER 101 tons and not less than ???, In six feet water; well found and In good order; no other* tie- d apply. Address WM. M. MEBWIN, Mllford, Conn. WANTED TO PURCHASE CHEAP POR CASH A double xcull ?he.llackid working Boat. Complete. Addre.?s, stating particulars, row 1ST, llcrald office. WASTED TO PVRCHAHK WANTED?A SAPR. ANY ONE HAVINO A fl(H>D m-eond hand aafe to dl- poj>j of may Hud a purchaser by addrcusiug Ikix 6,-fA Post ofnee. 1>KY GOO OS. Style* aivvins on n?o<?- ? .|-ir street Highest prlccs paid tor '*'r ?AflLUNERS AND COUNTRY STOHKKEEPKIU 1 wa "" ?w? Best tow-prlccd Ki i nioTcsm America. . _ EDWARD RIDLEY A SON'S, ."jW, 311, 31 l.'-tf Orand utreef, 6.', (II, to, (M and 71) Allan Areet. Now York, Plfth block oust from the Bowery. SACRIPIOINO SOO.tM IIOLLS.?ROLLS OF WALL PA. per of all klndl selling at retail below u holusule piioca JAMES M. LYON, 11 and 14 Spruce MivCt, r*V Y?rlr. MDHiLlWMKT HMD DHKss.MVKIWU. pqojWMT is wealth.-ladies, 00 to miis jPiC Hi lIKi'l'ARD'S, IW>Sixth avenue, and get your Dresses and Overgarments cut and balste.d nnd make them yuur 'Vttrhmuiiu given; good shape ana per* giTAfrttileed. Call nnd s?-e Mrs, J. D. HEPPARD^ iws Mi till awuue, noar PourtoeniU stfcvt, late with S. T, Tajloa