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THE NEW YORK HERAED.
WHOLE NO. 13,052. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1872.-TRIPLE SHEET. PRICE FOUR CENTS.
PSKEC'TOUl' FOB ADVERTISERS.
AMUSEMENTS?Kieuin I*.? ?Fifth ami sixth columns.
ASTBOLI>o\ ? rwLi.rrii Pau??sixth ci Iuiihi.
Ull.1.1AKDrt? Kiguth Pigi,?Fourth column.
BOARDERS WANTED-Ni.ntu Paul-TIHhI. fourth and
fifth column*.
BOARD \M> LODGING W tNTED?Ninth P w.?.-Fifth
coL-uin.
BROOKLYN BOA KJ>?N1 m it Pace?Fifth column.
Bhooki.vn it::\i. estate for s.vi.e-hhom> pao*
Klrst column. ,, ,,
BUSINESS OPl'ORTl XJTIEB?r.iCHin Fagf-fourth
column. . , ,
BUSINI. -S NOTICES?s> vkntii Pack?slxili column.
CITY It):Ah ESTATE POlt oALE?S? (?n? I-md>-Fir?t
OoluulD. .. ... . ,
CLKKiv.-. A.tO SALESMEN*?Twbi.yth Paok?Fir-t and
wcoikI oohnnn*. , . .
CLOTHING?Skookd PAOH?hbstJi1 column
UOACUMKS AXI> (IAKl?KNl.ltH?T*rEl.rni Pack-Scc
on I and third oolunitf. . .
COAIi AND WOOH-Tv.-M.mi Pack?Sixth column.
COASTWISE HOI \MSllI l'S?Plus* Pack?Sixth column.
COUNTRY BOARD?Ng.tu Page?l'ifth and sixth col
DANt?IN''; ACADEMIES- Kiciitii Pace?Fifth column.
DENTISTRY?'Twelfth Fag*?sixth column.
DRY OOODS-a-Fhikt Pai.e?Filth column.
DWELLING HOUSES TO I.KT, FURNISHED AND UN
ri itXIollEU?Twn rrti Page?Filth oltttnn.
EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS?l'tiisT 1'agi Filth and -i (lit
column*.
EUROPE?Turi.rrK Pioc?Fonrth colt.inn.
KXOUKSIONK?I'ihst Pice?Sixth column.
FINANCIAL?Eighth Pack?Fourth column.
FINE Mt TS?Tw? Lcrn Page?Sixth Column.
FOB SAl li?StroNo Page?Fifth and eixili column*.
FURNISHED BOOMS tNI) APARTMENTS TO LET?
Tare: nu Page?Filth and Mxth column*.
Fit UNITE It K?I'tvii 1 rtt Pa<.c Fourth coin tint.
FRENCH ADVERTISEMENTS?Twrr.m( Pjgi-FoU th
column.
HELP WANTED-FEMAI.KS-ELKvr.srn 1* Aim-Sixth
coluttm, mid Tu 1 1 ( lit I'A'ir? First columu.
HELP WANTED?.MAl.KS-Tv.ri.rTii I'agi:?Third col
umn.
HORSKs. CABRIACKS, AC.?Filter Pai.i:?1Third, fourth
and lllltti column*.
nOTEI.S?NiM 11 I*abe?Fifth column.
HOUSE*, ROOMS, ?C., WANTED-Si:cOM? Pagg?Sixth
Column,
IClt CREAM?TirKr.rrti Page?Sixth column.
INSTRUCTION?Eighth I'm k?Filth column.
JERSEY CITY. HOBOkl V III HSON CI I V VND BKli
ft KN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE-Stco.su Pack?
Fird column.
XjOAN Of Flf'KS?Kioiitii Pack?Third column.
LOST AND FOI'ND?Ftnar Pier?Kir. t column.
MA01I1 VERY?Hkconii Pai.i.?sixth column.
MARBLE MANTELS?Second Pai.k ?Third loliliull.
MEDICAL?Nistii I'agi -sixth column.
MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING?Finn l'.vui ? Fillli
column.
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS?Tram it Paci
Sixlh column.
MISCELLANEOUS?Eigiiiii Pauk?Third column.
MUHICA L?Eighth Pagi ?o.xtli column.
?KRSON VL?Fiusr Pauk?Kir.ft column.
IANOFORTKS?Eiohth Pag k?Fifth column.
I'OLITiOAL?Siti onD Pace?'Third column.
FROFKSALS?SreoNU I' on - Poiirth nnd fifth column t.
PROFKBiUOXAL SITU \rioNs WANTED?FEMALES?
Ei.xvknth Paok?Sixth c? 111 mil.
PROPERTY OPT OF THE FITY FOlt SALE Oil TO
KENT?Pf.co.ni> Pai.i:?Si coml and third column*.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE?Srt;o.,i> Pai.i?Third !
column.
REAL ESTATE WANTED?Fticoni) Pier-Third column.
REMOVALS?Tivklktii Paoi:?Fourth column.
REWARDS -Filter Pai.i Firet and tu t oml column*.
SALES AT AUCTION?Nimm Pacib?Fir*i, accoml and I
third columns.
SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES?Kl.CVK.NrH l'At.r.?
Kiml, >ccond, third, fourth, fifth and Kl.xth columns.
SITUATION'S WANTED?MALES?Turn: Til I'agi:? j
First column.
SPECIAL NOTICES?First Pai.k?Second column.
SPORTING?DOGS, BIRDS, fit'.?First Pagg?Second
column.
STALLUlNS?First Pai.i:?Third column.
SUMMER RESORTS?Nim.i Pun?Sixth column.
THE TRADES?T? 1 i.rru Pack?Fourth column.
THR TUIII'?First Ph i Second 1111 I third column*.
TO LET FOR BUSINESS i'l ltPOSES?Tivi.i.rrti Pai.k?
Fifth column.
TRAVELLERS' GUIDE?First Pai.k?Sixth column.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
Tu1 nit Pagi ?Si .ill column.
WANTED TO PURi II ASK?Kigiitii Page?Third column.
WATCHES, JEWELRY, AC.?Eighth 1'age? Fifth col
umn.
WRETCHESTER COUN TY PROPERTY FOR S VI.E OR
TO l.K'T?Sn'ONI) Pack? Flrxt ami ,-ccond coluinti*.
VAOUTS, STEAM BOA IS, AC.?Eighth PiGK-Tlllrd
Column.
HMK A LIT IIRA Nt if ? FFICK?L 1>'J a\\ V.
A DVERTISICMENTS FOR THE NEW YoltK HERALD
IfiECBIVED AT THE ItltAM H OFFICE,
]t2C.' BROADWAY,
?West side, between thirty-first and thity
^ECONIi STREETS.
ADVERTISEMENTS ARE RECEIVED FROM 8 A.M.
*1LL It P. M. EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR AT OFFICE
BATES. NO EXTRA CHARGE OF ANY KIND.
H
Rorrv, disappoint.?please MKF.T MK, Till
(lav i?vi'iiltiff, May lf?, between Madison a ml i'iftli five
DUO
T.
PKHSOH \Ij.
"DIXlNOi: \>'f? BRUNETTE.?LON'U BRANCH BOAT
Jj Tuesday, desire acquaintance. Ailda'At MAMAS A,
Herald office.
("1AP?HOW ABOUT YOUII DAKUNOt NOW AM I
j not ri;{ht? o. s. r.
II C. WYLES OR LIVKHKY*.?TKLKCRAM IT)It YOl?
. nt CIEORUE STOKKit's European Telegraph
Aaency AO and &2 l'ine street.
AYE YOU BEEN THE O. O.t CALL AT >1 COKT
Inrult street and -t o the O. O.
IXfOUIATIOX WANTED.?IF THIS SH01 LD MEET I
the eve of Nicholas, dames, Mat hew or Patrick Ker- I
win, four brothers, from Dryerd, county Wexford, Ire
land, their -istcr, Mary Ann, would like to hear from or
gee Uieni. fall at or address fi6 West Thirty-seventh -f. ,
INFORMATION WANTKO-OF Mil.I,\IAN UK It BY, OR \
Burr*, if livtliR; If not living, then nl'nnv of his ile- j
?pendant- He worked in the year I,fid. IffAl or Inh'l in |
Bichard Tucker's ropcwnlk, Brooklyn, nnd then removed, |
as supposed, to Lowell, Mass, Address II. M.,l?ux l?,7o*? .
thv York Post office.
IF GEOKOK ALLEN. FROM BOSTON, WOULD LIKE
to tin t his sitter, Oeoroie, lie can do so hv rending ad- I
dress to Station F, New Torlt.
IE THE LADY WHO PRESSED THE OKNTLRMAN'8
find opposite her with her parasol while rlditiK In Fifth
avenue si nice from Fiilion terry yesterday afternoon de
plres his acquaintance, address A. DIM KEKT, Herald
office. _____________________
?TK.?WHAT'S THE MATT1CIt?-2::!0 1'. M? Till'US
day. .
PARTIES who LEFT OOODS AT B. LORD'S, IN
Broome street, will tlnd tliem nt his new Htentn
cleaning and dyeing cstnhll-hmeut, tW Hrottdway, ucnr
Btaooker street.
THI R8
'iftti nw
Dues, on Twenty-seventh street. MINNIE ALLEN.
J. OiLMORE?PLEASE CALL VI ONCE AT HO
Maine A Unit's otlh e.
WILL Miss SAOIK wrioht please call upon
Mrs. Chndwick, 102 East Seventeenth street, otic
door front Colon square.
MV\ANTI'.t> FOK ADOPTION?A LITTLE OIKL, OF
TT Ami rleaii parentage, two or three years old. Ad
drew, with particulars, F. L. M., Herald office.
TX7TLL THE EI.DKKLY HENTLEMAN WHO RODE
TT down In a Filth avenue - In ge Wednesday, iiiiout I P.
M., and noticed lady w ho got in at Thirty Tir-t street and
got out in I niton street, address FRENCH, station F*
LOST AND FOUND.
T?oh lost.?lost, on the corner of twenty.
jJ null street and Sixth avenue, a wlilt- and yellow Si t
ter; an- > v re to the name of J nek. A liberal reward will
be paid hv returning liiiu to fid W est Twenty-tilth street.
LOST-\ LAROB WHITE DOO, HALF 8UAVBD; \N
swers lo the name of Carlo. The flmler will lie libe
rally rewarded hv returninghint to the owner, E. J. LE
MON, ltol'i arl street, or 3rW \Ve*t Fiftieth -treet.
JOST.?M VV 2, ON BROADWAY OK lOlltl'll AVE
I ntie. a led moroeeo Aeeonnt Hook tow tier's itatiie lu
te It left at 10 Chambers street a suitable reward will
be eii
Ids, ON MONDAY NIGH !'. HLVt'K AND TAN DUO,
J named Blck, from Vi.' West Eighteenth-treet A lili
eral rew ard for Ills return to (J. W. .70IINsu.N, 362 We t
Eighteenth street
Jr OH BLACK AMD TAR 8L0T: EARS LATE I \ OUT|
IJ answer* to the nainc Lulu, Siff reward will he (flven
f returned to Mrs O'F Alt It ELL, 119 a v. It. to ,ir Eighth rt.
Lost -t nday, mat 12, on seventh avenue
and Flftv-third strei t. n small Hint k and Tail Slut,
named V.utile . $lu reward paid <? .r her return.
CilEEY KB. 1.17.1 H roadway.
IOST?HY \ I'OOI! ERRAND BOY. A (JENTLEMAN'S
j (told Chain. $UJ w ill he paid, with iiuiny thanks, for
Its retui It to 34 Mai ['doltgal strei't.
T OBT-A BLACK LACE HVRBK, ON WEDNESDAY
JJ morning, May 16, between I'nioii square und Eighth
Itrect The Under will Is handsomely rewarded oil
bringing it in Miss MOCNTJOY, 27 Union square.
V OST- -ON SATURDAY AFTERNOON, M AY 1 i. IV
MJ Fortj first street, between Madison and Park ave
nues. a Silver W atch. Horn Chain and Petulant. The
flmler will be suiia'dv rewarded hv returning the same
to WILLIAM DIBBLE, S6I Broadway.
IOST- IN OMNIBUS NINTH AVENUE LINK. BY A
J gentleman who got out corner Twcnty-lliird street
and Broadway at 11 o'elnck YVcdnesdnv morning, Ifith
(list , a dark colored spring Overcoat, vvftli velvet collar.
The II111I1 r wiIt lie. thnnkid and rewarded bv returning
Sane to JAMES A. CLARK A SON, 721 Broadway, or 9)
rood -treet, room 43.
L0?r7i"w- TK?iRM rKV',;NINO, A LADY'S SMALL
(.old Watch, letti r D on the ease. 011 l'iilli avenue,
between forty first ami littnth strep- Tim tinder will
be rewarded on lenvinu it nt No. I East Forty-IIr.-t street.
I (>ST OR STOLEN?ON WEDNESDAY MORNINO IN
J a Fi.urtli avenue ear. a S.dtaire Di ininnl Bria-t'.'in
fllun n o .1 i ll w III he paid on its delivery at fltl F,fth " v.
^?a 1
^ R KTV A It OS,
A - REW ARD-LOST, ON TUESDAY EVI.NtVO. MAY
?jsaartrv: rcSTaaw ?t
SistoMuSST'^'" """?
dvfT REWARD?I.OST, FROM NO. 3 E(ST SEVEN
^fci. ,'l?'V' ,P" Tuesday ? v, nintr, a sinnll-sixcd
white (irs yhound, w ith n liver-colored lien,I and spot on
rump Ph ase rut urn lilm and receive the ri ward.
?."! rt REWARD WILL he PAID FOR THE RETURN
11 * f ot 11 -mall squat ? 1 rnnk list out 01 i xpre.-s w .1 / .11
?y 16, at pier 441 North River, or lot Inloruinllnn ? In rc It
Rnar he <outtd. No qiie-rloic asked.
,t. si Morrison, No S Hudson strccA
KKWATtDM.
KKWARD WIf.I HI paid FOR THE UK
turn of a pair of Solitaire
? - . Diamond Earrings
((Hit Hay 8, hetw.cn Thirty-eighth -ireft an.I Itrcadwoi
and Sixteenth street. j. j|. ?'< it;k t
41 End Thlriv-olghlh -tract.
pt)X A KINO. DETECTIVE POLICE AGENCY'. 72
" Brondv ay and II New street (e-iaMDhrd 1869)? Knr
ni-.it only reliable and experienced operatives; branch
oillvi't iu t lure io. St. J.ouii. San Francisco ami l.oudou;
correspondent, In all principal eiil"* mid Unropcr
J.JEWAKD.?A LIBERAL IIKW iRD WILL BE PAID
IV tor tbc Mark ;ad tau Bitch picked up )tt Eighteenth
street on 6th of May. Dr. (JI'At'K KN BOS,
3t> w t Eighteenth streak
SPECIAL AOTM'FiN.
\ ORAM) MASS MEETING OP ALL THE BAKER
,4 employer* ot .New York will take place at the liar
ltmny Knicn-, 139 to 143 Essex street, mi liittrwlajr, May I?">.
1873, at 2 o'elock P. M. Bu.-lue-* oi c.rcat Importance >vIII
lie transacted on.
?HERALD HRYNCIt OITICK, BROOKLYN,
? corner of Pulti u avenue aiul Booruin Mrct t.
Open troin s a. Ji. to a P. M.
4 SBI'STOB KCI.TINU COMPANY REMOVED I ROM
i V .lay street to No*. 316 Io 322 Front street Heady to till
all ort'er-tor covering boilers and pipes. Asbestos by tbe
ton or barrel.
A ?PI KXITUBB FAMILIES MOVED, CITY OBCObX
. \ . try : furniture, pianofortes pai ked and shipped; slot'
mte for furniture, Ac. BURNHAM'S Express, lli West
Eleventh street, near s ixth avenue.
OFFICIAL DRAWINGS 111 ROYAL 11 A \ \ N \
. ami Kentucky State Lnlta rlc.- nlwny i on tile. J.
i El IE, Broker, 'JAili roadway, L33 Pultun street, No. 2
l'urk row. l'ost office box taiwl.
?OFFICIAL DRAWINGS
. KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERIES.
arsTvexv?stT.tc h am. no. 311?mav 13, ITi
24, 18, 71. .38, tin, 46, 20, 3tl. 02, 12, 33, 71.
k! MTCKV?< 1.ASS NO MAT It. IH72.
6, 17, ?. 21, 3, 46, IP, :w, 64, 87, 41. 39.
PAiiCfAn?rxtBA ei.4?k so. 'ill?nav IS, 1-72.
11, 20, 2P, 82, 7tS, 2, 36. 69. 18. 61.
PAPL'CAII?t i.A-s ho. 232?MAY Hk 1872.
37, 5U, 71, 73, 13, 72. 23. 7. In, its. 47, 23.
SIMMONS a. CO.. Managers, Cavlugti.u, Ky
,T oiiUTE. Broker, 2,21 Broadway, Po.-i office box 4.'.',19.
B
OAIIft OK APPORTIONMENT AND AUDIT.
Public notice is hereby giv<n, lli conformity with sec
tion 2,chapter ft, of the Invito" Now York, enacted Jniiu
80, 1872. that an a lio
l.lonrue'U public meetingoi the Board
of'ApporiiMimoiit and Audit of the city and county ot'Ni w
York ?l!l In* held itithooffioi of ihi Comptruler of the
i Ity of New York, In the New York Comity Court House.
Thursday afternoon, at .3o'clock, the 161 h day of May , 1872.
Haled Ntv. York, Mat 16,187"
RICH ARD t. STORR8,
Clerk Board at Apportionment and Audit.
1)
O YOU WANT TO MAKE MONEY? IK SO, CALL AT
once or send lor n cirt itbrr.
I. SMITH, 74 Hleecker street, New York.
7ILECTION.?SOTICH Is He, It I'.BY OIVEV THAT AN ,
election will be held at the office of the New Y< i; I
Bridge Compaiiv, No. 31 Kulloii ircet, in the oily ot ;
klyn, on Monday, the .si day of June next, al 12 ;
Bi . . . .
o'clock noon of tlml day, lor lOdirei tors of said company
lor the ensuing year, and lor two Inspectors of election
HENRY C. Ml Rl'llY, President.
for 1873.
o. P. tyeisTAim, Secretary.
Hated May 4, IH72.
Havana and Kentucky lottery brokers.?
Pino Imported Cigars at low prices. 1IATE.S .1 ct?.,
147 Broome si rect, I wo doors west of Broaiiw ay
Havana \ni> Kentucky lottery*.?pbh ks
reduced. Pull official drawing received. JOSEPH
B v i Ms, 196 Brorule ay, room i, bei wei h .Mm ami 1'u]ton
street*.
J HAVE A LOT OK SOUR ALE AND WANT TO t SK
the casks. Ale mu-l he -old. Will deliver It mid sell i
ill very low rule. AddiVjS.L 7., bos 186 Herald office.
MKARE8'
CARES' PARAGON SHIRTS.
Made (o Ordi r and Warranted to Kit.
Sent by express, C. o. D., t.? any part ot the country, at
the following prices:?
6 sldrl-, good muslin ami good linen $10 30
II Shirts. .Masoiiville muslin and line linen 12 Ik)
I! Shirts, Wunisiitta muslin and very iine linen 13 ,"o
6 Shirts, NT w Y'ork Mills and be t linen 13 00
Fancy sldrtiugs i t great variety.
I)i ectlons for Measurement scut en applieallon.
RICHARD ME.AHES.
Gentlemen's Furnishing Hoods,
Sixth avenue and Nineteenth street. New York.
OFFICE OF PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY",
New Y'ork, May 18, 1872. -Twiniy-rilTIi Annual Klee
t on.?Notice is hereby given that an election for
Him- Director* ol the ITieifl. M. il Steamship Company
will be held at the company'* office, Nos. 69 and 81 Wall
sti oi r. on Wednesday, May 29, 1872, between the lioursot
12 M. and 2 P. M. The truusfcr bonks will in closed, pro
per.C ory to aatd election, M indry, .May 20, al 1 P. M., and
reopened Thor-day. May SO, ut W Y. M.
By ordi r of the Board.
THEODORE T. JOHN': ON, Socretery.
FI OVAL IIAY'ANA LOTTERY MP C'BA.?PRICKS BE
4 duccd. TA Y 1.1)11 A CO., Bonkers. If. Walt -! . N. Y.
UOYAI. HAVANA, ROYAL SAXON. KENTUCKY'.?
It Orders promptly tilted by CARPENTER A BOOTH,
Commission Brokers, 102 ltrnadtray, room r>.
rriti: twenty kieth anmykr- vryof the home
I for Destitillo I hililreii ofScumell will take place on
Tlinrsilav, Slav 10, at 12 o'clock, ul the Home, Stat Mil
I-land. The friends of the institntioii are inviled to attend.
qp>Mt- leave Dey street and South ferry "t " o'clock.
tL' ";'7Q rC/tQ IS DRAWN DAILY IN THE LEGAL
yN'' I O.'/?/O l2ed KcntUeV.v State Lottery. $1111),'*16
gold wm drawn in Hie Roval 1 I t\ ana Lotterv i f Cuba
May 7. Address HALEY A CO. (office e.-tablislicd 3D
yi lirsY, 1(4 Broadway.
8PORTIXG?r>?<iM, HI1IUS, &C.
A ?l<Ut HALE?ALL KINDS OF FANCY DOG A.
g\ . 1'lrds, Ac. Merth-ini - for all diseases; prepared I'<?.?<l
lor mocking liluls, at B. 0. DOVKY'S, No. 11 Greene street,
near ('Anal.
Iaor hale?five KiiAiTirrr, mocking birds,
all In lull song. 125 Greenwich street, second Boor,
front.
noil SALE?V YOI NU PAUROT; A SPLENDID
P talker; price $25, at 2U5 Hudson street, In re-laurHiit,
TIIK rt RK,
OI'RINO MEETING, 1*72.
O of the
FLEETWOOD ASSOCI VTIOX.
FLEETWOOD I'ARK.
MorriMnla, Westcheeter county,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Salurdav
.May 21, 22, 23, 25,'
1872.
FIRST DAY.
PERSE NO. I?SfiOO.
Horses thai have never beaten 3 ininutesj $350 to tlr.-t,
$1.71 to -eeond, $1 ?) to third.
Alden Goldsmith, l>. s. Abdallah.
A. Patterson, hlk. m. Lady Roe.
.ininos Campbell,b. s. Sj artau.
I .me Pats ting. h. g. George.
George 8f. Ferguson, Id. ink. Rwcotnu at.
J. I.. Doty, br. s. Edtvin Hootb.
FIRST DAY.
Pt'RHK NO. 2?$1,500.
Horses that linve never beaten 2 :V.I; $900 to first, $100 to
geeond, $200 to third.
V,. F. Weeks, br. s. Daniel Bonne.
John Lovi tt.b. m. l-ady Fisk.
Daniel Pflllcr, eft. ?. Honest Dutchman.
J. M. Pellet, b. in. Bnnlieani.
John S. Raker, h. p. Tom l-'eeler.
John s. I'ark Is. b. s. Dauntless.
James Dusteu, hr. g. Prank Putnu r.
M. Ilodi it, hr. g. James II. ( 'oleuiaii.
J. L. Doty, s. g Judge Keott.
SFCiiNl) DAY.
FLUME NO. 3?$1,200.
Horse- thai have never beaten 2:51; $709to first; $:ii)i)to
seeotol and $300 to tlUid.
H . E. Week ?, blk. g. Eight Bells..
Colonel Dickey, dun g. tb L. Fox.
George Eflfe, ii. vr. Gri'y Eddie
Daniel
I Pilfer, eh. m. Ornee Bertram.
J. J. Bo wen, blk. g. Camors.
P. Main e. g. g. Ml. Elmo.
A. Patterson, nr. in. Brown Kitty.
James Dongrey, Jr., enters br. tit. Fanm T r.mbi rt.
SECOND DAY.
PERSE NO 4?$2,WO.
Horses that ha ? ? never l? ateu 2:25; $1,500 to fir t, $600
to second, Mult to tlitnl.
Alden Goldsmith, h. in. Huntress.
Daniel rarer, s. s. Byrop.
D. Min e, eh. g. Judge Fnllerton.
J. J. Rouen, ur. tit 8 a Foam.
1*. Mance, b. s. Y\. II. Allen.
THIRD DAY.
PPRMK NO 5-$l.0r>0.
norses that Inn never Beaten 2:31); $100 to first, |F0
to aeeond, $150 to third.
W. II. Wilson, blk m. Lollb Pale.
A. Ysndcrburg, ?. a. Frank.
P. ii. Murphy, b i.. Tip.
John Ellis, b ?. J. Kills.
W. II. Doble, b. in. Ro?aliiid.
Win Mr.Wulion, b. g. Coront r K.
Isaac Pawling, b. v George.
Lou Morris, h. m. Nellie Morris.
A Patterson, eh. g. Greenhorn.
Peter Mance, eh. m. Lady Drew.
J. L. Doiv to. s. Edwin Booth.
THIRD DAY.
PPRMK NO. ?-?l "(10.
Horses that have never beaten 2:27; $l,0oo to f rs*. $U9
to second. $250 m third.
Daniel Pnflsr, g. t. I-ottery.
J. II. IVIiitson, eh g. Clan-nee.
Budd Dolde. blk. g. Hli ngiirri.
John Murphy, l>. v. Charley Green.
A. Pnttorsnn, ch. g. Drcadnenght.
George X. Ferguson, hlk. g. James If. Burke.
KOURTIJ DAY.
PERRK NO. 7-$000
ltor.i s lint have nevrr beaten 2:FS; $330 to fir-', $130 to
second, tiki to third.
At Is-ii Goldsmith, b. ?. Abdullah.
11 K. Weeks, h. m. Susie Clay.
C II Martin, hr. g. Joe Parker.
J. J. How en, h. g. ('ornee.
Geo. N. Ferguson. Idk. in. Sweetmeat.
A. Patterson, hlk ni. I.ndy Roe.
Ilorse cars leave 11 ail tin lirldge on earh dav of the
ra< i s every ten minutes, direct for the Park
A special train will leave Forty-second street depot
? at Ii day ol the meeting at 2 P. M.
c. if. van nest, President.
W '. II. Y.in Corr, Superintendent.
IJL LIT WOOD ASSOCIATION.?NOTICF. Is HEREBY
given to mettiliers that they v.-lll not tic admitted to
the park during the May meeting uitlex they exhibit
their yearly udmis ion tickets at the gats s. Ticket, c
* ' it at " - ' ? ' -a
tie had at tlii pfhee ; also badges for I'm ride of members at
$10each thr the meeting.
C. 11. VAN NF.8S, President.
B. Van Pic*, Secretary.
IjlfcEETWOOD PARK-ON FRIDAY, MAY 17, AT .3
P. M.,n match for $0". mile heat-, In -t :i in C, in
harness J. Dougrey names br. m. Funny Lambert. B.
Mace iimio , b. in. Top* y,
IjtLEETWOOP ASSOCIATION.?NOTICE?THE PRE
I' mlum oi $2,M*>. tret for all. not I:
not bar lug tilled Bnoth< r
pnrso vtu be- ? nbstiuitrd, of which nuc notlee will be
Mien. ti. II. V \N ('OTT.Mu;. rlnu intent.
TUB TVltP
F11.KKTW00D PARK ?rSDEU THE FOLLOWING
decision of the Court ol' Appeals of the National As
?ociatUm will be troileil. May 10, at SI*. M.. tho uutluishcd
race of September W, 1*71. Purse No. i, $2,ikiu, tor horses
that havo never trotted better than 2:28: $i,:um in tirst,
g.im) t.. second, (Ul to third; tor which the following
? utiles were made : ?
T. Carpenter, m. Pu*l<\
J. I.. Doty, br. m. La.lv Augusta.
Samuel McLiumhlta, b. m Stary,
John Lovett, In', g. Voting Bruno
James Itiftl . t>. g.'Hi .-den.
John Murphy . b g. Charlie Uroen.
George 1*. Carpenter, to m, Lady It-> >.
J J. Bowen. gr. in. sra Fount.
M. Carroll, b. it. Ben stnrr.
B. Maeo. w lb it. Mt d( e.
.M. K.idell, lir. u Juinet II. Cillenintl.
? Putiitst n,t It. g. Divudnauglit.
11.- toll., ring Is the decision of ilie Court of Appeals
?'VVo loud, therefore, tliut the ori tluul nt>'i h.n not been
finished; and \ve order that -aid ime bo r< Mttnod ill sui t
Fleetwood Park, at I o'clock P. M., on the rlrsi go. .1 tluv
Hint truck a)iei tiie 13th day ot May ucxteUMilutt, and that
said race ! trotted out between the borw s which were
entiiled to start in said fourth heal, or between such of
said luir.-eii n? shall be present to start again; and when
?llil rnee shall lie resumi d that tli" ret ord of said ussoeia
tloii shall siund and apply as to said llrst three beats
tnt'
already trotted, and that the other heals as .tuned
to belong lo this i hiss end put down In .-illd
record tie excluded from consideration In deciding s lid
rai etillld that said roenrd he Cei reefed hy putting down
said fourth heat and counting the same .is a heat won liy
James II. t'ohiiuaii, with Churli ? (Ireeii second therein,
and by placing tlm oiher horses 1 herein hi well subordi
nate positions as shall be determined Iiv drawliu: mid
ailotuienl to be mmle l y the ludces who shall he appoint
ed by the Fleetwood Association to preside over tliu con
clusfou ol the race.
We further holdThut, for 111 determination of pools
and bet- which may tie pendln.- aid original ruoo stands
on the fooling of a rnee poslp a d,' which Is provided
tor in hotting rule No. And ii any ol tho parties to Hie
original race have received any part of the original
purse, Ihev mti.-t restore the tunic utouce to the Fleet
wood Association.'"
VTM. II. VAN COTT, Rupeiinteudent.
I71LF.K I'WOfiD \ssoi | X'I'ION.?A PFRSE OF TO
wattoii. for horses that have never heu le u 2:31; #'>'tl
to (lrst, Stun to second and i"e,t to third; to he troth d SAT
run \V , May 2A; entries lo close at At let le hi Jockey < luh
Rc.-tuurant (T. U. Johnson's), corner Twenty eighth street
and Broadway, New York, Saturday, May Is. nf 9 o.'loek
P. M. Conditions same asndvcnl-eii I'm spring Meeting.
f. II. V IN NEBS, President.
W. II. Van t'orr. Ruperlnti udent.
Prospect park fair oroi no association.?a
purse of tfl.ftlil, to wagons, for horses that have never
beaten 2:31; # WO to th.-t. ghM to sec end and #-'e 1 to tldrd :
to lie trottr d Kriduv, May I'd : entries to c lo e a I Atuerleau
Jockey Club Restaurant tT. B. Johnson's), em tier Twenty,
eighth street and Broadway, New V.rk, on Saturday,
May 18. l>72, at! o'clock I'. M. Condition* same us udi cr
ti ad lor -prlug meeting.
M vit'll\ KALBV 1.1'lsCH, President.
(It oh--.) Vf. Oaki.iw, Superintend, ui.
STALLIOKM.
HAMBT.ETONIAN STAI I.ItlN TO KARM Oi l' ON
easy terms. For particulars Inquire at No. 9 Spruce
street, r.Iom I. New York city, between 12 ami 2 P. M.
HOUSES, CA.liliI.VGBM, iA(,
IIIT: AUCTION llol SK OK
JOHNSTON A VAN TA8SKI.Ii.
OtVtee and ealesrnom 37 Nassau street,
opposite the Post otttee.
THE HORSE AND OARRIVOB BRANCH
of otir liii-in '-- i- eoiiitm ted at our
IIOIt.Ni: Al l HON MART,
IIP, IS.' VN1) 114 EAST THIRTEENTH STREET,
Mi Vlt ! OfHilt A A EN'I'K,
W here We hold regular
PA EES Ol' HORSES \N!> CAKIUAOF.S
EVERY Tl'EHHAY VNH FRIDAY.
i fir.vrr.EMEN wrsiu.No to pi rciiase or those
having Horses or Carriages to sell will And our h nise per
' leelly reliable, as we roiul'iet tills lire,te Ii of our biislne-s,
i as we do all our other lim ine--, on the sain:- strai .lilt'or
| ward prlaeiples which govern honorable hones in all
! ii.er, antlle pursuit'-.
AVE 01VE THE PI IH'HAsr P. OF EVERY HORSE
(hat is wutralited sotind front 21 to Iiom-.s for trial.
I ENTRIES FOR SAI.E OK HORSES AND CAKRIADES
' enn be mad* at our downtown otttee and sale-room, S7
Nhasuii street, whoro we also keeps reylabr ot llotseH
i for private sale.
LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIO X ME NTS.
.4 COI'PE KOOKAWAV, VERY LIiHIT, AYIT1I
. \ shafts, uml nearly new ; etty build.
lYitiv.eit E-.teti-lo'i I'eti Park Phaeton, pole and hafts.
Very el"gant light top Doe tor's Wagon.
Hand- into Pony Top Phaeton.
Basket and Panel no top Phaeton*.
Knur - "a* Rooka way*.
No top -id' bar on body Trotting AVagon.
At private sale
JOHNnToN .v V AN TAS8ELT.,
110,112 ami lit East Thirteenth street, near Konrth av.
A 'r as LIBERTY STREET. NEAR NVSSVF,
j\ Llghi Carriage and Hurni-s Warereoins.
Choice shad.'of Budgie-. Pony Phaetons. Ria'kawnvs
nit.l Road \N ayoti-. earefnll.. ol. ? ted from lite b. -t build
ers urn] .diered at manufa'etnrers' prices, fully 25 lo fid
percept below Broadway rati -
johnsion A van I ASSELL, as Liberty street.
a r ppbtno \r<
A ON FRIDAY. MAY IT. AT 10'.: O'CLOCK.
AT stabler i:;i and <?;?? si i.ua an ktrekt,
I TWO IioORH ABOVE PRINCE STREET,
HY JAMES JENKINS. Y I'CTION KER,
8 FIXE ROAD AMI FAMILY IIORHKH, I YUBIAOKS,
WAGONS, HARNESS, BLANKETS. SHEETS, AC.,
including a o n- styli-h arid spent) brown Horse, I
i hands high, 8 years dlil; can trot In 2;Nlor belter, nud is
; sound, UltHl hikI trim In fvprv particular.
I A!?> sjM'tdy brown Colt. lo1 i luimis high 5 year*old;
, ( tin trot in 8 :niilllU's, mid is sound. Kind nud Irui'.
Oin Murk Hur ? . 1.V , hands high, Itvcamdd ; an I
: Ioni family horse; l.i not afraid of locomotive, and is
sound, kitlil and true.
Also olio I ay Mnro, 1S}? hand* high, 8 yiMn; kind and
1 gentle in nil harness.
I One rutin Mare, lS' j liands high, 9 years old; kind and
i gentle In nil harness.
Our sorrel Horse, I5'a hand- high, 8 years old ; kind and
gentle in .ill harness.
Also two Pons Horses; sound and kind; good under sad -
die, and cnB bo driven by children.
Also 1 close Cotioh, I Ilrrtl. I Unlit Rockaway, 1 Quern's
Phaeton, 1 Pony Phaeton, 2 top Wagons, 2 open Wagon .
m'Is of double Harness, I t -ts single Hnnu -s. Also
Blankets, Holies, Ac.
V. B.?Sale positive, nlimdute and unreserved. No post
poneiueiit on uc ount m weather.
JENKINS .4 l?i IV. A1 OTIONEERS,
OF! H 1. 1,457 BROADW YY.
A.
MISER .V STEVENS
have removed their Carriage Ware rooms from 856 Broad
way to their factory, 115 to 12lEii.t Thirteenth -trcef,
near Fourth avenue, where may he found a line assort
ment of ikdilonnhle Carriages and Light Wagons of tlielr
own manufacture.
AT A SACRIFICE?A HEYVY STOCK OF Ffll.'R
J\ seat Plmctons, Depot Wagons, top and no ton Bug
gies, second hand Baggies, Coaches, Ac. 97 and 99 Charles
A
hue Horses for sale; very fast and olexeellcnt stock ;
15 hands E1, im li; for beauty, style and promise iIn*v
canimt he c veiled; warranted jieriertH sound ami kind:
\ erv spirited and .'iluMllniir. Apply toJOIIN CflRi (IRAN,
All We-i Forlv-fourth street.
A ?SECOND HAND AND NEW T<il? AND OPEN
.1 , Huggli - of every description ; aNo li x P re -s. i tracery
anil light Business Wagons. 3is Wrsi Twenty-seventh
street, betwt i u Elghtii and Ninth avenues.
A CENT l.i; MAN GOING Til EE ROPE OFFERS
JY for sale ii superior pair of dark brown Carriage
Horses, hall brothers, lrt linniM; young, sound, kind and
extra stylish; nn elegant C spring, satin lined, full si/o
Ennitiiii Clarence, built In oiilir by Silvers and almost
new ; Coupe Itoekaway, by Hi Ivors, cloth lined mid plat
form springs; an extr i fhie Set ot Hold Mounted Double
Harness and light Double Hurnesa silver plnteil. Blanket *,
Rots Ac., Ac.; toi'ittier or mipnrsIolv lit :i vers low
'J OW.NLKY'rt Boulevard
I price. Apply ni JOSI I'll
I Stables, tflSW est I illieth street.
j A VERY HANDSOME LIGHT CITY BI'ILT DOG
I \ Cart, nearly new. for sale low; can Is* seen at Eh
1 belt's i, ivory Stable, corner of Twenty-second street and
i Seventh avenue.
A ?FINE HARNESS flit SADDI.E. AND A I.I, KINDS '
- I # Of elu ap grades of Harness, but good ; Slu els. Lap
Role s. Ear lips. Fly Nets mnl everything pertaining to
horses mnl carriages , i,h be had at tl ? old English Im
porting In use, ii- B n r r. u sired, New York.
\?TWO OPEN RO YD W UIONH, HY BREWSTER. OK
. Broome Hii', In perfect order, for -ale low. Also
tell second hand Top Wagons, by to; st eit. Hid r?. a Hue
assorlnu lltot Poll) I'biiet ins. with or without topsorrinu
hles; a floe a isortuient of iioi Icoways. Depot Wagon,, Ex
press Wagons, Ac ; Harness, Hlu cts| Re'ies, ,(c.
W. II. CRAY, 211 to 29 Woosti-r -,i
A ORE AT VARIETY OK LTG1IT ROCK AAA AYS, PARK
_V and Pony Phaeiona, Cahrlolets, Di iiot AYag ns. Eight
Buggies, nnd o'lier seasonable K,unify Carriages and
Light Wagon ? : lowest popular prices.
MINI FACTEltERH I'NiON, IRS Broadtvu y.
\LOT OF HOUSES FROM CANADA WEST; YOUNG
and sound ; fit for all kinds of business. Inquire at
fill Canal street, etirm r Washington.
AN ELEGANT FIN SEAT COl'PK ROCK 'WAY,
J\ latest style, hook steps; our nu n make; also two lour ,
seat tloupe Ro1 kaways, one very MM' - u?e,|; good n - n< w.
At W. II BERRY Ac HONH' carriage factory, Main street,
Hackensaek, N. J.
NY LADY OR OBNTLEMAN WANTING A HAN'D
irs old.
71 some Pony, It', hands high, brown. 5 y, irs old,
sound and kind, will four ol s0< It by addressing PRE
V ATE, Herald offlre.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF Till, MINER A STE
veils Ro.nl Wilgeu, Willi and without lops, at their
manufactory, 118 to l-'l East Thirteenth street.
A SECOND HAND PONY l'HAETON, I NED A FEW
1Y times; good make; cheap.
A. s. FI.ANDRAi , No. 7 Ea*tKlghteenth 're t.
A ?l'ONY I'll\ETOVH. PONT phaetons.?a.
JYi All the new , f M v le
al KLA.NDK YI 's.
No. 7 East Eighteenth ?'rctt
A.?Can leges. Carri ? Y.
A rARTY GOTNO ABROAD Wot ED LIKE TO DIS
J\. Dose of their Coupe; has been Ii-i-d but a short lime
Can be scan at BRADLEY';', Elghlventli street mid
rimrlh avenue.
AT FACTORY-Top AND ROYI) BEOOIEN, PONY
* V and Park Phneioiis, Rockuwavs, Y'ietnrias; new nri,l
second hand; large Mock; cheapest in ellv. Mi) a ml 148
Eldrldge stieet. H y V .'. HON
A VERY FINE THOROEOIIItRED SADDLE BORHF.
J\ for sale. Iu*|iiiri at KYKKhon, iirou n .y dayis"
Htahle, I E' M, st Thirty-secoml street.
A VERY FIN E SHOP r.HORN ED IIRIFF fl WITH
J\ hnedbook pedigree, and a pure bred Kngh. T t,i" v.
Bound 1'np, five months old, for ileal staWo W7and .'c
AAi'^t Fhfty-flrK -treet.
drlv
trout
HOHflES, CAKR[.\GKS,
PARTY YYTSniNO TO HIRE KlNGLK OR DOUBLE
Truck*, w itli Trum, can have them cheap, by the
. .. <ir month. Corner ot Twenty-eighth street?? n I
,rd avenue.
SWELL PROS r t 01*I'E FOR S U.F. -MM O WITH
morocco le Utter, maroon color, made i>> the i>o-t
maker; ha* been used imt tw,> mouths; Cost tM'JO;
c i?7iu Can bo won ut EAN'1 M AN'K stables, it7 and M9
it Thirty-tilth street.
N KLKOANT HAY llOKHK, lit HAS OS. Sl\ Y'EARS
? >lit long fttll mane and tall, u ri' alvliah, perfectly
ml,;?lr.-c, | !? a inf driver. Ant *. ullonttui wishing it
..?liar Hoi-e at a model ttc price will tlo i>. II in look at
n. Apply ut \ha.ms' thoo more,MbEighth avenue.
?FOR SALE FOR LESS THAN V A I. I'E, \ RHOWS
Horse, It! bands I1, inch lltgti,7 veers old; a very
lisdi anil tree driver; cau trot ill three minutes;In
ml u.id kai,I in all harm suitable for a lady t"
I 'all nil or n hirers I' A. HSiJTII, ISii-l Hlx1 It at CUUO,
<i to l> \, V. fail lor two da.t s.
POSY FOR HALE?1.1 11 AN OS, 7 YE ARB OLD.
,'\ warrauted round ami kind In illli.ine *; will stand
; by the steam Curs: c ith Phaeton t?n.l Harness, hut little
| its,..1, Apply at private stable, mi Bast Twenty-eighth sL
i t HANDSOME (NEARLY NEW) TWO-SEATED
J\ shifting Depot Wagon, oily built, for >IA*i; also stalls
with Board, to lei. at 1th West Ttventt -eighth stud.
BY WAI.DRON' A COOKE, ?
Horse Matt, Cedar atreet, corner New Church street.
An lion Sale,
Tills HAY, at I'J o'clock.
WALDBON A COOKE Will sell a* above, this dnr, at
12o'eloek, tin best lot of Horses offered this spring.
Sorrel llorse, li'j lunula, 6 years old; warrauted found
nml kind.
Timm of Fray and boy Horses, fi and H years old, juat
from the oountrx.
Tram bio coupe Horses, 4 yeara old: very sty I i h,
Sorrel Marc; (rood worker and puller.
HlaeW llnri-?, lu hands. 6years old; superior style and
notion; soon I in evi ry way ; kind and (tenth*.
Sorrel Mere. I.V. hands, A years; very line action; a fine
puller ami worker: sound, kind and true.
Pair buy Horses, l.?', bauds, tiaml 7 }? ?rs old; liotli even
steppers,"free drivers,' reliable.
Pair truck Horses, hrown and hay; line, strong pullers
un.l ivorters; sound, kind and true.
Two Rocks ways, Express Wilsons,
One fart. Harness and llorse.
Pair (food business Horses, sold to close an estate.
Single and double Harness, all qualities. Sale rain or
shine. Furili. r particular* of each lotat time of sale. All
warrantees extend .4 hour*.
Brewster .t c<>. or rroomk street,
OFFER, AT THEIR \l \ RE ROOMS,
Firm AYl'.M E, CORNER OF FOURTEENTH STREET,
their eomplete stock of '
EL ICQ A N I CARHIAtiKH,
for the pre-, nt so ison, including all the fushlnunhle varie
ties, from original and the liest London ami Paris den as,
and EXCLUSIVELY the product Ion of thelrwell known
ltrnome street factory. Their stock also includes a Hill
assortment of the
'BREWSTER WAGON,"
with ami without tops, and of all weights rcqtiised for
speeding and plessuri driving. Those uugenseotitinao to
be the KTAXDAHD forqnnlltv ana style, nnil. with all
other vohielos in -lock, uro ottered us cnmtl In all respect*
to those I ml 11 to the order of Hie most valued customer,
und ut urines fixed and uniform to all.
in order to prevent confusion, wo beg the public to bear
in mind that wo liaie no connection whatever w ith a
?lolnt Stock Company of Carriage Dealers organised two
yearsugo under a flrin mime very similar to our own, and
now advertising Itself as the "Did House of Hri-wsteg''?
our onl i places of I eJnjf at the fuetory on Broome
street ami warcri.oms on Hflh avenue, corner Fourteenth
Street. BREWSTER A CO.
B?SECOND HAND TOP BUGGIES, SECOND HAND
. no-top Hugei.it. seeond band foupes, at MINER A
si'EVENs, llSto 121 J'ast lTiiiteenth street, near Fourth
avMHte.
1ALLOVP3 CELEBRATED LONDON WHIPS, 10R
which . e are stile agents in the I tilted Htatcs.- -Com
(
prising all the various I.hull jnatiute. lined In tlm abov.
Ii.iu'j-, bkews'I'KR i n,, ft Flith avenue, corner of
Fourteenth street.
/ CARRIAGE REPOSITORY. Ml YVU.-T liROADWVY.
1 near f a mil slreot ?Koekaways. Buggies, Park and
Pony Phaetons, Depot. Express and Business Wagon*,
new and second baud tone six-seat Depot Wagon,
/ 1 iURIAGES FOR SALE?SECOND HAND SIX SEAT
" Gerniantoii n; aim Wagonettes. sovt ral Depot Wagon*,
B.iroUehi", C -,i lie-, l.amliiulel-. Pony I'hncfolts; -? lling
oil'cheap, WITTY s Manufactory, N'eiins and lulton
i trcets, Brookly n.
/ 1I1EAP HALE.?'WESTCHESTER ROt KAV7AY AND A
' pair of hhiek Horses for sale cheap. Apply at Union
HInhlc*. lilts rtrst .-.ii'ict, Itcar Third nvettUe.
Do.; CART?A l'Dl It-WIIKEL DOG CART, BI T
little used, re ii -r.-ii.lc sent for groom, for sale. Apply
j at Mr. REED'S stable,429 West Twenly eighth Mreet,
TANGLISH BROUGHAM FOR HALR?SUITABLE FOR
? ij one horse or pair; has been recently Imported, mid
I- pertc t In every respect; price Sl,23U; also an extra
! die- Loudon made, bra-.-inoimteii single Ifnnu -i for
lu ..milium. phaeton or dog curt, i?*iee M.... Apply at
l.riiHte Htubie ISA Fast Twenty-slimi street, lictw.en
I j exiokton end Thlril avenues, or to HENRY PROUHK
; GlulriH, M Broadway.
17V.I Klf f'AMBI.KT DUST ROBES.?W'K OKI-EII A
Pi lir ? Imperial.on of tins above, handsomely finished
!tlii44?elHnd ill color- BllKWKIRH A i (I.,
HI riiHi avenue, corner IwrU enth street.
TAOR HALE?AN EXTRA V1N1-J PAIR OF It \Y CAR.
I riago Horses, frinn Ew\ I'lmntT, N. Y.;|irtglith:i)A
live truth w lilti-: tilll tails: III Iihnds nigh; -ix years old;
sound and kind ; single or double; can trot In A1;together;
hmiI Inr stylish action carfnot be cxcclleil. To lie seen at
the I.si elslor Stables, lid Washington stri ? i. Brooklyn.
FIO.lt SALE?A SPLENDID BAY HOUSE, 16',' H ANDS
high, for coupe, Ae.; 8 years old ) -omul and kind.
Apply to M AC KIN, 219 \t est forty lint street.
LAOB HALE?A YOUNG, STYLISH HORHI . 1.1'. HANDS;
P sou ml and Mini: can trot iti 2:10. Add r ens box 221
stainloM iCoOtl Post office,
EjlOR HALK?A PA!II OK KINK, STYLISH, CHESTNUT
I onrrInge Horses, full 10 bands, Ju>t in Irotn the cotni
trv; well matched, lull manes and tails und even travel
Ic'r- ? a . am which any gentleman might In i<r I of. At
private stnhle. No. IINelleon plsee, Mereer (Bret t. Alsoa j
jmirot mountain Slietlaml Ponb , very clover, about 10,'j
Iihluls, with Wagon mi I Harness.
IAOR SALE?A VERY SUPERIOR AND STYLISH
I hlii' k phaeton Hone. 7 years old; lia* iteett driven by
ladies and children; Is iil-o n superior -..oldie horse. it ml
lia- lieen iismI 1 >> a young luily, sold otil> on aceottlitol '
III-' owner having left for Europe. Also i Basket Pino loll
uiul lie mesa, nil in complete order. Apply at priv ale Htn i
I |e in I'llly-seci ml street, iltst doi r east -a I.- \lnutOli nvo
liUO, (-elm eii II and 12 oh loelt.
LV>K SALE?A FOURSKAT PHAETON, made by
I Oaibvliii Apply of private stable 323 Liul Twentieth
street.
T70B SALE?A SECOND HAND PARK PIIAI TON IN
I l oud order; Hold for wnut of use. Apply to AN
DREW", lit stable, 17 East Twenty eighth street.
lAhlt SALE?A HANDSOME II AA WARE, 191 . tl\M>s
I high. 5 vi'iirs old: fur ? ant of line sold cUcng. Apply
ill .'inil AVect Thirty i i/lnli street.
I,"lit SALE?A BEAUTIFUL KENTUCKY MARK, IA.il
I hands Mgh ; has nil Hie uait" lor a lady"* horse and
will I nt a liilr price; and nl-oanlee hay Pony, II
hands high ; is pc-rtV'tly wile for child, n. Can be veil at
No. a West Thirteenth street.
IJ10R SALE?A SIDE BAR ItAI.K SPRINO ROAD
w agon thy Waterman-, in line ord* r, low, at 25 We-t
i hlrti euth street.
LloR SALK-.A LANDAU; PRICE fsn. APPLY AT
I private stable 317 W est Twenty sixth street.
(JtOR SALE?A LOT OK HOOD W (IRK HORSES, II ST
I arrived from the conntry, suitable for all purpose*;
to h-' Mild cheap. Apply ut *<1 Woosicr -t., near spring.
TAOR SALE?A KINK YOUNG HORSE AND M ARE;
I ear'i one 1 it I In lorn forward ; if. hands; warranted
in every respect, except little tore in feet; $78 cacii. 77
New Oliumlien street.
1,'Olt S.ALE-A MARE, PI V E A RS OLD: SOUND AND
l' kind, but a little tender forw ard; suitable lor a f ir
mer; v. ill he sold cheap.
roBl AS CODY, MB)j Cherry street, New York.
TdOR BALE?*27i, A H ANDSOME, SiyUAIlE BOX TOP
C Btlggy and Harness; both luen in i .-?? but a lew line s
Apply nt IM We i Twenty Ufth'-tre. t.
|.")K SALE?< HEAP, A LIGHT PHAETON AND II All
I ties-; best ciiy mnke ; In pcii . l order. Apply ut '?<*!
Hudson ?tieel, New A oi
ITtOll S ALE- A GENTLEMAN S liocK AAA AY. SKATS
for four, willi 1'ole und Shafts, In perfect order, hilt
little n-eit; p.r sale cheap. Apply at M.-DONALD'S
stiibh- l urty first street, between Lexington and Third
avenue
iaor sale-one ii andhomk ai mm:. 7 ye aks old,
I 16 limnls high; free and stylish driver: suitable lor
liaetor, hut* her, baker, groeer, exprc-s, coupe or
ir*ncr. .''"1 we?t Twenty Ightli sire*-*, Tenth and
Kb . -nib avenue .
I/O 11 SALE A IIORSE, TRUCK AND KARNES-';
I IPtm* In'j lisml-. s vr.i 1-; sold u-r want *l use; to
ge titer or m.'|iiira 1". 07-4 >lud?ou ~tr* - t
l/OR BALE?TAYO OPEN COACHES. IN RUNNING '
I order. Apply to G. BHKPPARH A CO., ."II AAe?t
Twent lir-t sin 11.
T/OR SALE CHEAP?A GENTLEMAN'S Tl IfNOET,
eonsl-tlng of a black Man-. IS), hands high, 10 years
old; lia great cu ftrance; will shot. 2.1-1 unit mr. dav. i
AI?o I'op Buggy and Harness, oltv make: sold -pur.iteor
i igcliter. Apply lo S. s. JONES, l-j Fulton -t? Brooklyn, j
1/OR BALE CHEAP?KINE BAA PONY BUILT |
Hot-*-, 7 years old. 18 luimls; must In- -old; rtt lor Hny
v, ork. w Hreenv left avenue.
I ."HI S VI.E CHEAP?I.AKHR it A A TRICK HORSE.
. at CAN I I ELD'S (table, 165 Bitot 1'htrty rtl'tli street.
1,1(1 P. SALE CHEAP?TAA'O EAST MAKES, BOTH I
1 heavy In foal to Inih ni udent. h by tliimhiclonlan.
Inquire of ii GR<)Tli, 114 L.i-t T'ourteentli .-treet,
New York.
I.10R SALE CHEAP-A FIRST ('LASS l."l OK SIN- '
I gle ilnrnc-j; covered and gold mounting ; made up
of heat material. 138 Kir-tavenoc, fourth door.
Lion SALE CHEAP -A GRAY HORSE. 16 ll.AVDs
I hi-Ii, 7 y - trs oM. hr.u \ built; also a single l'ruekanil
It I ill??: UI1IM he -old; -(larutely or together. Apply for
two days at 151 Stanton ' rn t, III the store.
Horses for bale -a pair ok matched bay
Horses, I.V, bands, B year-old, and n ni-v light two
neat Rockaway, with pole and shells, with a double set
oi Harness; the horse- are eonnd and kind, free drivers
ami possi ss great endarmiCQ; n ill be sold eheiip. Applv
at stable 151 l'aelflo street, ne.tr Clinton -ire, ; Brookly n,
Harness, saddles, horse clotiiinu
V. B. SMITH A CO.,
evieu ive manufacturers oi every de-.-rintion of Saddb-rv
Goods A tine III!" ol Hiding Bridles, Lap Duster- Car
riage I...hi I ly N ': .V*?.. lr. 4I? AViirreii .-treet.
II Every style and aVl^gradc^'of Harness!'nMnw^t
V'SVo^TBGiai^: for *^TV?frr,'RK,ap
s
flOTIMKN, ( AllHI 1GK8, AC.
HARNESS. II MINI.SB, HARNESS,
(ruin *11 it complete set up. IVi offer a wry superior
stock ot choice hand-made iftrncM hi \? ? r? luw prlr*',
about hall the price of cu.uhii mudo work and equally
uarcllalili! every way,
.UmNSTON 1 VAN TAS8KLL, !W Liberty street.
HORSK SHEETS.?ftORSE SHEETS, LAP ROBES
- and Duster* for (Prlng mid summer ; all etyli <; tho
choice.-tgoodain tin1 iuark< t iti low price*
MAONUB IIROTUERH, lid Fntton rtreot.
MINI lAt ft HI US' INK IN REPOSITORY, 83.1
llroud way.?Carriage* and Harm ... nil qualltic* nud
description*, now and -connd hait.l, at prim* defying
competition. Pony Phuetonx Depot wugmis and Light
RocKiiway *iti vaat assortment.
M ini a ri rh pony phaetons. run Shetland
ponleti or gnat*; Htiperbly tlnUhi'd.
A. s. f r.ANOUAr, No. 7Raal Eighteenthstreet.
PONY PHAETONS, IN (IKEAT VARIETY, AT VERY
lowest popular price ? Light Haggle*, Ik pot W itk'on?.
Park Phaeton*, Coupe Kockawuy*, Victoria*, large in
-ortmcnt. Lot second hand Carriage*.
MAN I'EACTl KERB' r.Nlo.N, CIA Broadway,
ptINV, BASKET P(INV WAGON AND HARNF.HS
L coutpli to, miniature Turnout, for wile: rttf order;
owner having no further u*c, in consequence <>t rotng to
Kurope ; at M AM F M i l I!MRS* t MtlN, KM Broadway.
f)OAN HORSE, Ifl IIAND9 HIGH, POB HALE OR
I A exchange for pony. 83 Cant Ninth* reet.
QADDLE HORSE.?TIIK PlIRK RRP.lt SADDLE MARK
k? Fannie, thoroughly broken, warranted aound mid
kind, the hntidNoitiejt animal for mile In New lurk. To be
m i it at stable. 302 Filth avenue.
QEOOND HAND PARK PIIAKTON, LKJIIT VICTORIA, |
l ' slightly willed i otteh, lit perfect order, it bargains;
also lop nnd Open Buggies, Rockuwaya, Dejioi w'aimtis
uiitl Coupe lloekati av.
MAM FAi TCRKltS' FN TON, <538 Broadway.
CJTYLIHTI PAIR GRAY HORSES FOR SALE-15*:
it lou ids high; perfectly matched; ? i x > ear o'd ? m mid
and Kind. To Vie so, u at Mr. TOW.NNhND'S atnlilo, L88
West FitUeth atrect.
QTARI.i: TO I,KT?.ftlli WENT TWENTY-FOURTH
0 atrect; lit e stalls, good coachhouse, Ac,
.lulls II ii ?M K It, SHI West Twenty -third ?trecf.
TABLE To LET . WF.ST TWENTY-FOURTH
street: room for ti n st ills.
JOHN II. COMER, SM West Twenty-third street,
rtTANTED?BY A RESPONSIBLE BUSINESS MAN, \
tV good-looktua, gentle buggy Iforiie for two or ihroo
months, for tie' tt?e of which a reasonable price will he
paid. KM res-, describing horse, with lowest price, VIN
CENT, Station H
T1TANTED? V GOOD FAMILY MOUSE, I..' J II WON,
it sound, kind, tree from Ii Irks and of good speed;
also a nice square box top Buggy. Address, with price
and particulars, I. Ik It., Herald otllce,
till i\A AND $!".>?1 IN15 TEAM (111 AYS, WORTH $450;
?jpI?)'"flno driving Homo, $110; large Muck Horse,
$14A; fast gray Mere, can heat three minute*, $300. 784
Washington strec t, corner of Hank, grocery.
(J??>7rr ?TEAM HAY IIOKSKS, It YEARS, Ifi HANDS;
team Black and Gray, #31.3; separate If de
Hired; all >onnd a ml kind; must 6e sold, lis Eighth ave
nue, corner Thirty-first street.
",Art ?FOR SALE?ONE Op Till. IIANDH0A1EST
?P'"'", mail or saddle Mare-In the rlty ; dark bay, (I
year* old, 15k. hand high; long inane and laii. w arrauted
sound ami Kind: was sired by Bucket * iluiiildctnuiuu,
dam a thoroughbred, Apply io WILLI AM BERRY, if,
404 and niti Broad'a ay.
DRY GOODS.
HVIIt! HAIR! lIAllt !?SIIAW'B PATENT II lilt,
equal to human Imir; can he combed and brushed ;
Switches SI, Ac.; Human hair cheapest in the market;
Solid Switches, one yard long. 13; French twist Si; Curls
?! and upwards; ladies' "wn hair made over t'5 els.: latest
sty Ii - alway son band ; ;.V- ilowery,bplween Fourth street
mid Great .loucs 'licet; highe.i pricei paid for liiimait
hair.
1 > A HI S,
_L An Petit St. Thomas,
P.ue dc line, ?t, 31,M;
!li Hill' ill! ITlllVerslh'.
This house, e*t;tidl-dic($ upwards oi 50 year.'. I* unlver
siills known and fained a-one of tho flr-i establishments
in Paris. In which thorough contldence may he Plneeil.
I n It - iiumcna.1 premises, w hich nil torch:tiers pheubt n isit,
w ill in found, at tlie lowest prices, the moat complete as
sortment of
silk-, first novelties;
India ami French Cashmere Shawl*,
Woollens, Luces. Lingerie,
1U .id i untile Articles for ladles,
Mantles, Cloaks, Furs,
Cotton and I broad Stuff*, Hosiery,
Glove*, Ribbons Trimmings Carpet*,
Articles of Fin iilturo,
\S cddlng ilimits.
English Assistants. Fixed price.
DUI.MNKHV AS!) OKKNSMMCIAO,
"l I'MK. IM.AKASF.T, I'ltl'.M II DUKHH AS!> CORNET
I jil mlikcr, h is tl>*' honor t.. inform In r numerous clh nt*
| that she liu.-removed from ?..! West 'thirteenth street lo
fit \\ est Eighteenth street. Silo ha* )llst reclved .ill ele
gant assortment of nil I lie iicwmI shape* unit nI vIch 01'
Corset*, -i-li ' li'il tiv Mini'. Ponelioit. In Paris; ( hm-Ii
in.i.ii' in-nlt evcry'ttgnre; style rmirlioii.
\r me. r? sever, formerly or fofrth ami
i?l l'iftl? HVimiic8, ri'.-;n i-'iOillv Inform* her former
cn*tuiner* that -In' lin- resume*! liu-im? tit fiOThirt.v
tliirii street, corner of Broadway. Suit*, Hiding Habits,
Carriage uml livening I>rt??08 iniitle mul tlttcd In u supe
rior miuni-r. special attention to Bridal O res-en.
KCKOI'KA V S'i'KAMHIIPK.
VrollTI! GERMAN LLOYD STEAMSHIP CO Ml* A NY.
i\ POIt Mil I'll t.MI'TON AMI It It E SI E \.
Tln> stcamnliip II VNSA, t'.ipt. E. Brii kcnstiln, v. ill soil
i n Tuesday, Ma* If, nt - I*. SI.. (Han Bremen I'll'r, font of
'third -it'll. Unladen, to i' followed l?v steamship
Hi: 1 TACIU. \ Mi, Captain II. S. K. Nrvnnbor, uuButur
dav, May Id.
IIA'fKS Of PASSAGE TO LONDON, HAVRE AM)
BREMEN,
Pa vahle in gold or Itsonnh th nt In enro-tiey.
First cabin ....$191
Second cabin 72
Steerage :vi
Fur freight orprts-nge apply to
OELlilCHS A CO , Agent*,
No. 2 How Unit Green.
11* III IK STAR I.I NR.
V? New York, fork unit Liverpool. New mid full p..w
??ml steamship*, tin- -l\ lariri'-t in tho world,
t.t 'HA NIC, BALTIC, ADRIATIC,
Ri;ri Bl.iC, CF.I.T1C, ATI. t.Mil.
6.n()o tons hnrdi u, 3.0H0 horse power eurh.
Nulling from New York on 8n nr.lav*, from Liverpool on
Tiiur-ii.u j fit 11 i 11 ^ nt fork lluriinr ein li way.
1:1.1*1 iu.ic. Mm is, at:: i*. M
1: \ Ml '.
Ill I. SMI . Slay Z\ at 7 St? A. M.
A UK I STIC, .Inn- I, al I SOT l*. M.
BALTIC, .111 in- t, at 7 A. SI.
Front tho Whin- star Hork, Pavonia ft rev. Jersey l it v.
Passenger accommodations tor alt cln--es unrivalled,
I'lOiiliiiiitiK -.ilety, speed and comfort.
Saloons, -t.itei'iNiiiis, smoking rootn and bathroom* in
niid-lilu -eetion, v here least motion ?* telt, Burgeon* and
-ten .irde- es accompany these steamers.
Hates?Submit, $d() in gold ; sti 1 rage. All in currency.
Tle?se wishing to send for friend, front tho old eonnlry
can now obtain steerage prepaid certificate a, 933 cur
rency.
Passenger- booked to or from all parts of America,
Paris, Hamburg, Norway, Sweden, India, Australia,
China. At*.
Excursion Tleki Is granted ut loweit rates.
Drafts from ?l upward.
For intbrmatiou apply ?l the company's office, 19 Broad
w o v. New York.
Hill- of lading issued through I" Contlinuilal ports.
.1. It. SPARKS, V lit
ISA! AY, IM It 117 A CO., 10 Water street, I,iv.it I, and
No. 7 En-t India avenue, Leaden ha II atreet, lain, ton.
0
NI.Y DIRECT LINK TO KRANt E.
The General Transatlantic Company'* mall steamships
ra-lween New York and Havre, railing nt Brest.
Tilt! -idendid vessels oil this tavorfte route lor the Confl
uent it til sail from pi. r No. no North River, as follow*:?
vii i.k hi; cutis, surmont Saturday, stay id
l'KKEIRR, Danre Saturday,.Ittiin l
si. I.AI'HENT, Lc marie Suturdny, .tunc I".
11 AsllIM.TON, Uoii.ssau Saturday, .tunegj
Price of passage In gold (in. holing win-),
TO BRENT I'll HAVRE,
First eiinin, second cabin. 974
To Pa lis $5 mid $:i addltlolial.
I'xeitrsloll th-kets if red tie. d r ile?.
These steamers do not cat r> steerage passenger*.
Sue ile,111 traveller* going m or reluming from, tho
Continent ..I Europe, b> tailing the steamers nt' tlat- line,
avoid both transit by English railway and the dl*>'"iu
fort ..I eros-ing the ? liannel, he-ides saving time, trouolo
and 1 xpeiise.
gKOI.'GE M H'KENZIF, Agent, SB Broadwny.
Aim. LINE FOR II1YTI.?THE STEAMER ROI.Y
,?| T<Ht, 1 apl.tiu Met'b'lIan, will leave lor I'ort an Prince,
Atix t'ai ? s and Jaemel, iroin Rob? rt's dler .* Br.s.kivn,
..0 Tlmfdday, tilth in?t., at3 P. M. I'be AICIidBtKu will
follov , June I.
For ireight or p I'-a-*e apply to
F tv. KHI ft.KN. i.' :it. No. fl South William street.
rrilK HAMBVRG .VMERrc.VN PACKET COMPANY 8
X ire.n It1.il Ste'iililsfilp
I) AMMONIA,
Captain.I. Meyer, will sail on riter-dav. May 16,137-', at
I". M.. lor Hamburg,
takhu pais, tigers from N-vv York to PI; Niouth, Lond.-n,
Cherbourg and Ihiinhnr..
lu-rhourg atnl Hanibtir
) irst 1 ihln, 61-dt h. com' e ii.in, gfj,
so er.e .?,>?.? payable In T'tilted Htntesgold.
KCNIIAUDI A in., ' c. B. KICIIAKD.Y B<>\d,
enteral Agents, General Passenger Agent*,
(51 llrnad *tre> ' N Y. r.I Broad " a. N, Y,
The v \NH At.I \ ?ili all as an extra atvaiuer Mm :i
'lie CIMHKI.A will sail Muv'A 1.173.
KKOFCTIOM IN PA88AOK RATE8.
AM HOR I.INK
itc aim rs sail every Widoesdwv and Satnrdav to and from
NEW YtlHK ANl) GKAHOOW,"
celling nt Londonderry to land mail*and passenger*.
Puss. out.hooked tod forwarded to ami from all rail
was stations In Great Britain, Ireland, Germany Nor
way, e.loii or Denmark and America as -at. 1 ,* speed
"? ? or """?
KXTRA STF VMl US.
1 in:' ? -Tr 1 w: 1
IND1 \ Sat., May H
rKIMCRIl .Sat., M11V r.
At stkALIA?8at-, Jnito I
col.1 MB1A ? ...Nat..June 1
I .' ROf .A Sat., Jnm I:.
AN til I 1 Silt., June
AI.F.XANDRI 1.Wed.May ?2
BRITANNIA..Wed ,.Inh" 3
OI.YMPIA ... Wed.,June IJ
AHSYR1 \ Wed., ti n.' I'?
CALEDONIA.Wrdime 2.1
10W V Wed. 'Illy 3
at noon, Dom plcriS! North RFier.
Hates of passage, In curt1' nev,
to I itidoli, Liverpool, tila tgaw or D. rry
Weijm -dn;,'. -i. .mi, 1 Cabin, $>:*?.
F third ay's sh am. rs?Cabin. ??>?) and *73.
cahin -\-ur-ion tl. ki ts, good for tu.-lie month , .ur
lug best accominodittl" 11 1190.
intermediate, $33; iteerage, $ii. ,,,
Ccrtlth atc.s, at lowest rate*,. an ht bought h> to by ; '.o-e
W ishltlg to send for their friends.
Hrati- luaueil, payable mi pr -eiitaiion.
Apply at tho company'* onlce*. to
IIKNDEIISON )ii:oTHEKS, N ?. 7 Bowling f.rren.
IAi ilt CALCITTA DIRECT-THE MAGNIFICENT
Ir Iron clipper Mill. KINO ARIHI R, Kill tons register,
will be (Imipati hed 3lHh Mar lYotn pier W East RH t r, and
tia- Bomfortahlc acfomnstalations for passenger*. f(,r
treigh' or passage ?ppi> t" R cameron a. co 23
South William smut
KI'KOPKAN MTKAMHIIIPN.
t'Miro states xiaii. line ?steam TO gl'EKXS
' town ami Liverpool.
Sailing t x-ery W ^clnc -day.
MANII XI TAN I'ru ,li May 22. atSP. If.
Wisconsin, l'r> ?? in.tii. .Ir ...HitylN,*! noou.
Fr.nu pier H North Kixvr.
Cabin passage, ? t, a..!il. ? i? crajv i-'to, currency.
I'n paid tick. ts, 47,'t, currency ?
Passenger* hooked to anil from Part*, Hamburg, Nor
Witx .111(1 Sweden. Ac. I>, nt.s mi Ireland, England. Frultoe
ami Germany at iin st rates Apnlv t.>
\vi 1,1.jams lii'ios', 2!) Broadway.
I NM XN LINK,
I l or Queenstoxvrt anil Liverpool. Royal Mail Siear*.
era are appointed to sail as mil..a s
city oh Bristol I'IhumI.iv, May M, 12 noon,
CITY OF XIONTKKXL .Hatnril.ix, XlaV Is, it*. M.
CITY OK N'KXV Y O H k . Thursday, May 2 P. M.
CITY OF BUI ssi'.l.s Niliirila.v, May 23, HA. M.
CITY OK AM'XX KBP. I'hnrsda v, Max ;<u. 12 uimu.
CITY OK PARIS Saturday, Juno I, If At.
ami out'It succeeding Saturday ami Thursday, Ituin plor
45 North river,
R vmw OK PASS XflH.
tax- xnt.,: is uot.li, i'av xm is rrrntrxi'r.
First ratlin Steeingo SS#
l o London ni i'u London JA
To Parte !M To Paris !W
Passengers also forwarded to Havre, Hamburg, Sweden,
Norway and n. mnai k nt reilttet it rati s
Tieket* can Ik- in? iialit hero "I moderate rates by persona
x\ idling to si? 11? I for their friend*.
I'liroiKth IiUIh hiding givotl on shipment* of goods to
Havre ami Xmwerp.
Drafts issued at Unrest rales.
l'or further Information apply at the company'* ofllce.
JuilN Il.n Vt.E, Aifellt,
l.'i Broudway, New York.
N'ATIONAL LINK OK STK XMSllirs.
XVT:l Ixl.Y I'll 'Jl K EN STOWN AND LTVKRPOOTv
FORTNIGHT LX Ttl AND IKuxi LONDON OrKliCT,
ironi picn44 and 17 North Hlvor.
To Qucemtov n end Liverpool.
ENGLAND, Andrews Saturday, May Is. at I P. M.
KtiYPT. Orogan, Sutnrdnx Max 26,iit7:'ui A. M.
ITALY, Thompson, -'nturdnv, lime I, ut I :;m i'. At.
TO LONDON III ItKl"T.
ERIN, Laxvson, Wednesday, Max 22 nt :X P. M.
Cabin passage fu, umt $7\ currency.
Steerage $2*. i nrmiwy.
Prepaid Steerage fleki l* from Liverpool, Qiiccnatown,
Londonderry, Glnsgoxv or London, *7.2, eurreney.
For further information aptih at the Company's office,
i?!i Broadway. I xx. .1 ill ttsT. Manager.
/ tl'NARD LINK.?TUB ltUll'lHlt XND NORTH AMUR.
a ' lenu Royal Mail steamships, between New York and
Liverpool, culling at Cork harbor..
From Nexxr York
JAVA XYi'il., Max- l.'i
CHIN X XX. il., Mux 22
Kl ssi x XX I II. Max an
01 HA.. Wert., Juno a
SCI i II X XX e.L, .1 II I n1 12
From New YorY
I'.XItl'lllX Sat., May II
c VI. X Bill X .. .Sat. May ?
X BYSHIN I X ,S?'., .Itnie I
n XT A x ix Sut., June t
ALGERIA Sat..June U
And exery following Wednesday ami Saturday front
Now Y'ork.
Kales of Paasage.?Cabin, *IA) ami $130, gold, ae*
cording to accommodation. Tickets to 1'nrl*, <13, gold,,
inlditional. Return tickets on favorable terms. Stceragey
$311. currency.
steerage tieketa from Liverpool ami Quoi natoxvn ant?
nil parts of Kui'one al lowest l ates. Through bills ot tail*
lug given for Belfast, Glasgow', lluvrtx, Antwerp nttd other
ports oil the Continent ami for Meillterriineail ports. For
freight and cabin pa sago utility nt the Company's oDlco,
No. I Howling Green; for steerage pusjngu at III llt'oad'
way, Trinity building. ? .
OHAS. G. FRANCKLYN, Agent
WHITE STAR LINK.?NEW YORK, QDF.ENsTOWN
VV ami l.ixeMml, from XVlxlto s:ar Dock, Fixxoitla
ferrv. Jorsev Citx, exor.v s'aturd ty ; Liverpool every
Thursilav tin Covo til' Cork the dux feUoxxing. Hie tine at
ntnl fastest ships nllont. Steerage passage $.31 eurreney.
Drafts front ft upward. Xpply tit Company'* ofllee, II
Breintxxax ; or tn G'DGMlx \N ltOSSA, 2fla Bi'ondxvay.
oppositi the city Hell, New York, and 58 I'ttlton sfreet.
Brooklx it.
COAST\\ ISM STMA91ST11PH.
IVACUTO M AIL STEAMSHIP ?OMl'ANY'S
! LINK TO
(wijnroKNiA. .1 apan \xr> china,
VI \ PAN AM A,
CAIIBYINO MAIM, PASSKNHERH AND
FKKIHHT 'I'o
Iv I N< 1-TON, J AM .A IDA ; H A.VTA M \flTM A AND
(jkkvrows. and pacific coast of
MEXICO, CENTRAL AMKKIl' V,
I'KIIL" AND CIIILK.
Steamers lenvo isth .1 ml JWtli each month, except Wliea
those date* 1 it 11 (Hi HiiikLi v ; 1 lie 11 tin' tiny 1 -ivx loua.
Muv 16?Steamer OCK V X Ql'KEN, Caiitaln .loir Maurf.
will Irii \ r I'Iit An ?- North Elver, nt 12 o'clock Boon, 10;
Aspluwitil, vlit Kingston, Jamaica, connortlng (it rnttntnA
m iili -ti'iiiupr M11 NT A N t. Captain . touching lit Aon
pnico, Miiii/iiiilllo unit Ma/ailan. 11111I also connecting loT
nil Central American and Koiult Piiclfle porta. Freight
for laatnnmcd ports received until 1 I*. M. ot Mm 14,
All < stra slenmer '.. ill leave Sail I'fiiilcl-co May 16,1672,
for Japan and China. For rnt'"?.ii' passage, freight noil
nil further iiiiomiiiiloti, itppb nt company's office on the
itii r. Toot oi Canal direct. F. if. 'I Miv, agent.
Nortt k.?-Steamer OCEAN QFEENwill sail 12 o'clock
noon ot May n'>, for A split wall via Kingston. .
' F. It. P. A BY, Agent.
TTNITKO STATE(4 AND BRAZIL MAIL RTKAM8TIIP
Cqnipunv.?The elegant * . 1 ?? s In-I -tcamshlp HOb'TK
AM14RICA, 2 1 HO toils burden, Captain K. I-. Tiiiklepaiigli.
will >nil lor St. Thomas, Para. l .-rrmioIrtio0, Itnlial nutl
Bin Janeiro on Thursday, Ma> 23, ut 3 o'clock P. M., frffij
pier 13 North river
For freight or passage imply to
ViM. it. c aimmsuX, Agent.
So. linn Hint Orcein
??
Dtrf.cr LINE TO 11 WAN I.
HAVAN A. I'KOfiREsO AND VERA CHITS.
New York unit Mexican M lil 1 .unship Line, leaving
pier 17 East Kner at 3 1*. v.. <ii 1 i ' t to llavRtnt.
CITY OF .ME II11) \ Hen ken Wednesday, May 22
CLKOPATR V. Phillips (Havana only), Wednesday. Mnj 29
CITY fiF MEXICO, riiniiierirnili.. . Tnesdiiy,.lune II
Cl.l.or i I If I. t'liillips (Mm viiil l only).\Vediu sluy, June 19
For freight ornassaue apply tn
l\ ALEX ANDRE A SONS, 33 Broadway.
ITNITED STATES MAIL TO HAVANA.
ATLANTIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY,
sailing regularly ever;. Thursday, at .1 o'clock P. M. pre.
I'l-elv, I'rorii pier No. t North River.
CRESCENT CItY, 1 Hpt. F. l .111 Sice (via Nn*MU)..May IB
M I^SoFItI. 1 njit. T. S. Curtis May 23
Mo It 1:0 c astLK, Rapt. T. II. Morton (via Nassau). May 30
For freight or passage npplv to
A. M. DIMOCK. President,
No. ."i Bin. ling flreen.
rwiit 11 WAXA.
'l'lio llr-t via- ? "te.im dilp
.11 VI.ATA (1.21.1 (0.1s),
Catharine, Master,
will sail lor N. m Orli in .via llarnn 1, IV0111 pier 41. foot
oiTJiii' ii i-t- i t, Phllttde'phlu, on Saturday, May in, at!
o'clock V M.
Aoooiiiinodaltoiis for pas-en rersnre of the most superior
charm ter
Fare to cither Havana . r New Orleans, 4.V), currency.
WM. I .1 AMI S, liciier.il Agent.
1.0 South I'h I'd strict, Philadelphia.
rjIF.X IS LINE OF OALVESTOS STK AMERR.?TOUCH*
I in.'at Key West, carrying the I nlled States tnaii.
The Al steamship CLYDE, Captain Kennedy, at pier M
East River, will leave on Hatnrday, May IS.
Through hills ot'lading given to ffouston and to all
points 011 the (lalveston, Houston and Henderson and B.
II it. .1 mi c. Railroads.
For freight or passage appD to
C. II AiALl.oKA A co , 153 Maiden tsnc,
or AA. P. CLYDE co? IIP Wall street.
1T10R NE1V ORLE ANS DIRECT.
The Cromwell Stearii-hlp Line.
The stem 10hip HEO. W WIIINOTON, Captain E. V.
flag r, will leave pier No. t> North River, on Saturday,
Slav is, at ovine k I'. M. Fri Iglit received dally.
Through r:ites given to (Iall? -too, lndi.inola, Mobile
and sr Louie. Cabin passage *??>; steerage, $25.
For freight or passage apply to
H. 11 CROMWELL A CO., 80 Weatatreat
IAOIt NEW ORLEANS DIRECT.
? MERCHANTS' STEAMSHIP LINE,
IToiii pier No. ?? North River, ai .'lo'clock P. M.
WESTERN M i. ntOI'OLIS,
mi Sanird.iy. May is.
Freight dully. Through rates given for St.
L011N, l k-hurg, Mobile. 1 liilvi-ion and Imlianoln.
For freight or pa?a." having niinerior accoinmod#.
Hiins, apply 10 FREDERIC BAKER. Hi Broadway.
Till IK NEW ORLEANS DIRECT
I SOI fill:ItN I.IN'E.
The iiteam hip
\ ICTOR.
Captain ' inti s,
will leave pier 21 E.m River. Wedne-slay, May L'?, at h
I'. M.
Freight for St. Iionls, Mobile midOalveiton taken. In
utirate e guar intecd.
I >r lniglit or 11.1 'Age, having superior neeommoda.
Uoins, apply lo C. Il M.ALLORY A CO.,
, 133 Maiden lane. New York.
"LTOR NORFOLK, ftTY POINT AND RICHMOND ?
r rile Old Doinlnlon Steaniehlp Company will de .patch,
from pier 37 North River, tnelr elegant side wheel ste.un
ship AI.BFM MII.E, lor Norfolk, City Point nod Riehtnond,
Thursday, Mav 16, at TP. M., vlvtn.ithrimgh bills ot lading
to all points South and Sou I Invest. Through puawnger
tickets I-sued to ill point . Accommodations unequalled.
Apply nt pier 37, or at th" general olBoe, Ii7 Ureenwlcb
street, corner td l)ej street.
THAVELLEHS' Ol'IDK.
/1ITIZEN8' EVEN I NO LINE STEAMKits Foil Ale
tuny atul Troy, laudipg at Catsklll; fnrp 5t cents: hy
the last" i night I. iais on the Hudson, stefinit r. Sl'.VXf
SIDE and TllOMAB POWELL leave pier t'l North River,
foot Hpring street, dally, Snturdays excoplcd, at 6 P. M,
mnking sure connections with all trains going East iuiJ
West, rieketa sold and hnggnge checked to a!l points .m
Reit-selacr and Saratoga and Troy nnd Boston KBilrontu.
N"t:w JERSEY SOl.TITEPN HATLIP'AD LJVR
For Long Branch and all . M i's on this nnd con
neetlng railroads, 1m hiding I'tilladclphln, Vtoieland,
Bridge turn, Orcenwwli, Ae., ?
1111 and utter May 1:. steamers ''oniieel ng with tin*
trains of this road at s.ual v Hook w ill 1 ave pier Ji North
"a:1o a! m" aSSTP. M.?for PhllmbipMa, Yineland, Me
'JHi) A. M.?Fur Long Hranrh, Torn* River, Warctown
ami all Int. rtnedUte station" ,,
A P. M ?For I ong Bran -h nnd hib rno Hale station*.
The flrst ela?s stean " I'lynioiiih Rock and Jesse Haft
ha\ ?? heat 1 purchased by tl. - ' ?nr." mw bcln*
nut in eoinaieto or 'er lortlie simunar business.
The itmnier arrangement will rl.v In Juno
wiih ttie^olit* above named, w ho. Long Brunei, trains
will hi' rim on better time than In r"io(..re,
<'..ininntatiotl rate- have been reduce.!,
commutation I?.)} ^ hkntLI.V, c nerul Manager.
OH) ESTABLISHED ALB VNY AND TROT LINK
of steamer-, binding at Cni-klB from Pier 41 N R.,
dally, Saturdays excepted. Fare .'<1 cents; half Statu
Rooms. 7'? M iits. Far" h> Catskill PI cants, stcanu ra
Vanderhilt and Conneetieiit ? .1110 etlug with railroads to
all -'sli. a- West and North w ill leave as above at 6 P. M.
Freight at redtu ? d rate*.
A.
Kil l UNION si.
FiiRT LEE, PLEASANT VALLEY AND
1 nutr LI E, l'I,l \s\Nr \ AI I.FY WD
Hh idy-lde.? Slvoi'.liont PLE AS ANT VALLEY dally
> Pprlnv stive; !" *ij ??, lauding boili
"HI Thirti 1.urtli1 Street Last boat from Fort Ly?
Iqndux s at 5', P, M.
A ?rMMKI< EHOVKB AND MltVTS hi
2V All kituls lor excursions. J. A I Mil its
dorncr w eit nnd Morton -trecis, up slail?.
POB EXCl'RSIONH?SALOON STEAMER AVYdMINii
itFI? r*n7ic n4,PiM'."i1'' CALEDONIA. ANNA ,o.l
REPUBLIC. Urbntal Drove, Ka.:h wmd F.arelsiot
Park and Wmiaik % Utv' e, ?(.! ? tsll siW e-t .?
near vhrLstoi her- iiO'g' 'i

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