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THE NEW YORK HERALD.
WHOLE NO. 13.38B. NEW YOliK, TUKSDAY, APRIL 15, 1 873 - QUADRUPLE SHEET. PRICE FOUR CENTS,
DIRECTORY FOR ADVERTISERS.
?AMUSEMENTS? Fourth Pa<jl? Fourth, filth *n<1 sixth
column*.
ASTROLOGY? Skcond Pag*? Sixth column.
BILLIARDS- Thirteenth Page? Fourth column.
BOARDERS WANTED? Fourth Pagk? First mid second
column*.
BOARD AND LODGING WANTED ? Fourth Pace? Scc
oihI column.
BROOKLYN BOARD ? Fourth Pace? Second column.
BROOKLYN KKAIj ESTATE FOR SALfc-.SKCO*n
Pagk? Second and third columns.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ? Sixteenth Pace? Fourth
ami tilth columns.
B17K1 N l-.SS NOTICES? NiNTn Page? Sixth column.
UIGAKS AND TOBACCO? Third Pagk? Sixth column.
CITY REAL ESTATE FOR S ALE ? Second Pag? -First
and second columns.
CLERKS AN li SALESMEN? Sixteenth Page? First anil
second columns.
CLOTHING? Eleventh Page? Sixth column.
COACHMEN AND GARDENERS ? Sixteenth Page? Sec
ond and third columns.
COAL AND WOOD? Eleventh Page? Sixth column.
COASTWISK STEAMSHIPS? Sixteenth Pacl? Sixth
column.
COPARTNERSHIPS? Eleventh Page? Fifth column.
COUNTRY BOARD? Fourth Pagk? Second culumn.
DANCING ACADEMIES ? Fourth Page? Fourth column.
DKNT1STRY? Thirteenth Page? Fourth column.
DRY GOODS? First Page? Sixth column.
DWELLING HOUSES TO LET, FURNISHED AND UN
FURNISHED? Third 1'age? Second and third col
nam*.
EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS? Sixteenth Pack? Fifth and
and sixth columns.
EUROPE? Fourth Page- Third column.
KIN A NCI A L ? Eleventh Page? Fifth column.
FOR SALE ? Third Page? Fifth and sixth column*.
FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
Third Pagk? Third and tourth columns.
FURN1TIIRE? Eleventh Page? Sixth column.
FRENCH ADVERTISEMENTS ? Sixteenth Page? Fourth
column.
J1ELP WANTED? FEMALES? Fifteenth Page? Fifth
and sixth colums, and Sixteenth I'aue? First col
umn.
HELP WANTED? MALES? Sixteenth Pagk? Third and
fourth columns.
HORSES. CARRIAGES, AC.? First PAGE-Third, fourth,
filth aud sixth columns.
HOTELS? Fourth Page ? Second colninn.
HOUSES. ROOMS, 4c., WANTED? First Paoe? Sixth
column. , ,
INSTRUCTION? Fourth Pagk? Third column.
JERSEY CITY, HOKOKI N, HUDSON CITY AND BER
GEN REAL ESTATE FOlt SALE? Second Page?
Fourth column. ? ...
LEGAL NOTICES? First Page? Sixth column.
LOAN OFFICES? Thirteenth Pagi ? Sixth column.
LOOT AND FOUND? First Page? First and second col
MACHINERY? Third Page? Sixth column.
MAKItLK MANTELS? Eleventh Page? Sixth column.
MEDICAL? Second Page? Sixth column,
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS? Twelitii
Page? Sixth column.
MISCELLANEOUS? Eleventh Page? Sixth column.
MUSICAL? Fourth Page? Fourth column.
MKWSPAPERS? Eleventh Page? Sixth column.
PERSONAL? First Page? First column.
PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, AC.? FouitTn Page? Third
columu.
PllOPOs A LS? Thirteenth Page? Fifth and sixth col
PROFKSSl'oNAL SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALES?
Fifteenth Page? Filth column.
PROPERTY our OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO
RENT? Second Page? Fourth, fifth and sixth col
umn!1.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE? Second Page? Sixth
column.
REAL ESTATE WANTED? Second Page? Sixth col
umn.
RESTAURANTS? Eleventh Page? Sixth column.
REWARDS? First Page? Second column.
BALES AT AUCTION? 1 Thirteenth Paue? First, second,
third and fourth columns.
HITUATIONS WA NTED ? FEMALES ? Fourteenth Page?
First, second, third, fourth, filth and sixth columns,
and Fipteenth Page? First, second, third, lourth
and fifth columns. *
SITUATIONS WANTED? MALES? Sixtbenth Pace? First
column.
SPECIAL NOTICES? First Page? Second column.
SPORTING? DOGS, BIRDS, AC.? First Pace? Third
column.
STORAGE? Fourth Page? Third column.
SUMMER RESORTS? Fourth Pagk? Third column.
THE TRADES ? Sixteenth Page? Fourth column.
TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES? Third Page?
First and second columns.
TRAVELLERS' GUIDE? Sixteenth Page? Sixth column.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
Third Page? Fourth and fifth columns.
WANTED TO PURCHASE? First Page? Second column.
WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OR
TO LET? Second Page? Third and fourth columns.
YACHTS, STEAMBOATS, AC.? First Pack? Sixth
column.
IIKRALD BKtANC ?l OKFICE-CPTOWlf.
ADVERTISEMENTS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD
RECEIVED AT THE BRANCH OFFICE,
1,265 BROADWAY.
WEST SIDE, BETW EEN THIRTY-FIRST AND THIRTY
SECOND STREETS.
ADVERTISEMENTS ARK RECEIVED FROM 8 A. M.
TILL 9 P. M. ON WEEK DAYS (SUNDAYS, 2 TI(.L9P.
M.), AT OFFICE RATES. NO EXTRA CHARGE OF
ANY KIND.
PARIS AGENCY (IF TI1E HEW YORK.
HERALD.
UJESSRS. KREMER A CO.. AMERICAN REGISTER,
HAVE BEEN APPOINTED PARIS AGENTS FOR THE
NEW YORK HERALD. THEY WILL SUPPLY DEAL
ERS WITH COPIES OF THE HERALD, AND ALSO
SINGLE NUMBERS OF~THI8 PAPER TO PARTIES
REQUIRING THEM.
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PfiRsoiVAL.
ANNIE C.-SEND ADDKKS8 TO "JIM SMITH," BOX
142 Herald Uptown Branch office.
AH AMERICAN INFANT BOY FOK ADOPTION;
full surrender. Call on Mmc. DESPAUD. 41 East
Twenty-eighth street, near Fourth avenue.
A" WBALTHY FAMILY WANT TO ADOPT AN IN
I'ant Irom birth or not more than one week old. Ad
dress Mrs. TOD, Herald Uptown Brunch otHce, 1,26">
Broadway.
BL4M71IE? WILL SEE YOU AT THE NEW YORK
Assembly Rooms, Second avenue and First street, to
night DON CARLOS.
fiOBTB YES? ARRIVED S AFBLY . MANY Til A N KS
lor parting farewell; hope you didn't take cold;
hope to see you next Summer , please notice this by send
ing eard. UREEN BUTTONS.
ELLA? LEFT UMBRELLA SATURDAY"; KNOW
street, forget uuinber. Address GREENE, Thurs
day's Personals; expenses paid.
1 ELIZABETH BAIL? WRITE TO TOUR SISTER,
J Martha Jcnks. care of Miss Bramwcll, 51 Great
Marlboro street, London. England.
IV J. V. BOGERT, OF BROOK L YN, WOULD LIKE TO
meet a Montana friend ; please call on J. S. , 58 Ycsey
itreet, New York.
Lizzie and me.-come~home, for ood'8 sake,
before it is too late. Father will not be harsh.
. jRISTERS.
T ADY WITH O E NT AT PARKER'S YESTERDAY, 12
I J M., noticed voting gentleman who pointed to
Herald heading, please address A. (J., Herald Uptown
Branch office.
0 R. COMMUNICATION AWAITING THEE;
original address; gilt, kindred spirit Ac. ; see 30th no
reply. tWfyoWl 0
B. 8, a BECK. FORMERLY ACT1NQ MA8TBR ON
United States sloop-of- war Portsmouth, or anyone
knowing of him, will confer a ureal favor bv sendinu his
address to Mr. GEORGE TAYLOR, 710 E street, Washing
ton, D. C.
ISS L. DATBR.? MARIE. ATTEND DK TBS NOU
vclles. Post office box 2,708, chez lui. DEMOCRAT.
ISS CLARA Til TON ? SEND YOUR ADDRESS TO
iww Broadway. A. II.
It. AMES WILL PLEASE ADDRESS E. B. BROOKE,
Herald office.
OP. bT? FIFTH AVENUE THEATRE, AFTER.
? wards atSt. Denis. Why did vou not answer uiy
notes? Address W. h. D., hox 149 Herald office.
ST. CHARLES BORROMEO-SL'NDAY ~BVE, YOUNG
lady (brunette), who recognized gentleman sit
ting t*vo scats in rear, will confer a lavor by addressing
ADMIRER. Brooklyn Branch llerald otllce.
The gentleman who rode on~"fourth avi
mui car yesterday, from Forty second street to T< nth
afreet, is extremely desirous of forming the acquaintance
of the lady who sat opposite and who entered Stewart's
If agreeable, please address, in honorable confidence,
HAMILTON, No. 7 Broadwuy.
WILL THE LADY WHO NOTICED GENTLEMAN ON
the 4:30 train to Orange. Saturday, and wlo. after
wards bowed to her from platform of car as she wa.ted
In doorway, grant an interview at the depot hd Jersey
aide, Wednesday or ThursJav, at 4 P. M r
IjOMT A Mi FO( RD.
FOUND-A POCKETBOOK IN K'LTON STREET,
near the frrry, which the owner can have by prov
ing property and paving for this advertisement.
DAVlBSON A MARS, iCCortlsndt street.
TjKHTND? ON APRIL P. POCKETBOOK, CONTAINING
_F small sum of Money- owner can have It by proving
property and paying tor advertisement. SS West Twelfth
afreet. ^
HOBOK KNBA N K I FOR 8 A V I NO S? H O BOKBN, APRIL
14, 1873 ?Stolen, from this institution, twenty
thousand dollars i$20,000) Five Twenty United Slates Cnu
Btn Bonds, ixfti, of the following nuni tiers of B 1 .000 each
,748, 2S.77H, 8<l,7lfl, 3,831, H.HfJ, ?#,430, f.t,4()?. 68, 698, 1(1,778,
lt>, 131, '28,138, 87,816,80,7X1, 6,178, 1H..MM, 27,I7?, 27,14.'., 27.1*11,
14,72:1, 20,310. The public are hereby cautioned against
negotiating the same. L HUEsMANN, Treasurer.
IOST? A GOLD MOURNING RING. ENGRAVED IN
J side ; $10 will be paid on return to owner, 160 West
Twenty first street.
If 1ST EITJ I E R~ IN TH EC A RS OP HCDfOK BITtB
J Railroad or In going from Forty second street depot
to the sixth avenue ears, a Pockctbd?>k containing papers
ol 110 value except to the ow ner. It the finder will leave
itut the office of the Washington li e Company, in Canal
street, he will be suitably rewarded.
. ' JOHN A. WoLFF.R.
IOST? SUNDAY, GOING FROM H ftl TO FI FTYSKC
J otio street, in I hlrd avenue car No. ?i!>, a coral Pin.
I he fltwkr will receive $6 reward by retiirnin* tlie same,
*" . J? L';it, to fli?6 Lexington avuaue, cornur Fitly
second street
I OST ON SUNDAY APRIL IS, A~ BLACK kftk
? j rouinflami Dog, with white '-not on breast answers
to name ol Nero; a suitable reward will |?. pnitl on
returning him Wthe Excelsior Brewery. .'49 Tenth ,iv.
IHHT -on FORTV-SIXTII STRKKT, liEAB Finn
J avenue, a black ami tan Terrier, brown t>aw< brown
?prtlwver caC'-e.'O mid red eflUar answeraioibe n hk
ft iIwd. 'i'i ' ( i! r will he -,iuUMtty rewarded bv ienviug
it Ml Is5 ?asl Vutl > * Ml, 'fuel.
L.OST A *>i l> KOVNU. ^
I OST? ON HI'NDAY. aVRILIU, ABOUT II O'CLOCK
I J A. M , on Sixth avenue, between Twenty accoml and
Thjrty-Wflnid itwilli ? boy's Seal sCln Cap. A suitable
reward will be paid tlx' tinder on retumiug il to 790 Hutu
avenue, uuovc Forty tilth street, second floor.
I OST? ON MONDAY AFTKRNCON, A LADY'S RKI>
J leather Pock. thook. II' returned to llie owner,
whose address Ik on tlic visiting cards Inside, rcwaru
w ill be given and thanks.
I OHT ? BETWEEN 3 AND 5 O'CLOCK, ON MONDAY
J J afternoon, April 14, Central Park, a lava Barring,
wt in gold. A llliernl reward will be paid by leaving it
at the Cuban cipar More, 4U3 Kiiihth avenue.
STOLEN KROM RIVERSIDE, BEROEN COUNTY,
0 N. J.? A bay Mare, heavy In foal, short tail ; also
Market Wagon, wiili top. eurtnin and door torn off one
aide; also a quantity of lirv Ooods. A reward of 4W will
be paid lor the tliiet aud property. Apply to B. N. FKR
DAN, Cloister, or Detective HILL, EniJlewood. By order
01 Protective society.
REWARDS.
$r HKW AMI .?LOST, OOINO FROM HOUSTON TO
' ) Twentieth street, in Ihe Forty-second street curs, a
hair Bracelet, with gold clasp. The above reward will
be paid on leavuu; It at LOBENBTEIN A UANS', 101
Maiden lane.
d>r: RK'VARD ? LOST. ON MONDAY, APRIL 14, A
?P?) vellow seal skin Poeketbook, lined with blue. The
finder can keep the money it contained and receive the
above reward by returning the poeketbook to 591 Broad
way.
$/t REWARD? LOST. ON SUNDAY, APRIL 18, BE
tween Forty-second Hired and Trinity chapel, a
guilt and enamel Locket, set with pearls ami containing
Four. Return to I3K West Forty second street.
(hi C RRWARD -LOST, ON MONDAY, APRIL 14, A
?fl> I ? ) Scotch Terrier (liitchi ; long cars and long vellow
liair; answers to the name of Buster. Return to 19 Wit
verley place.
$i)(\ R E WARD. ? I .O ST, TIICRSDAY AFTERNOON,
-iO either in Thirty-fourth atreot, between Sixth
and Ninth avenues, or in sixth avenue car to Fortv ninth
street, a lady's tiold Watch and Chain. The finder will
receive the reward by leaving the same at 70 West Forty
ninth street. No questions asked.
?LOST, ON SUNDAY NIGHT, BKTWKKN
Third avenue and Thirtieth street, to Fifteenth
street and Sixth avenue, through Fourth avenue and
I'nion square, a diamond Eardrop. Above reward given
by s. MARKS, 29 West Fifteenth street.
<|?QC REWARD.? STRAYED FitOM HOME ON FRI
day, April II, a small Mack and tan Hint,
answering to the name of "Flirt." The above reward
wii be given and no questions asked on returning her to
Ihe owner, CHRISTIAN SAl ISR, 464 fourth avenue,
near Thirty -first street.
Detectives.? fri nk a ackkrman, so Nassau
street, turn ish reliable and experienced operatives
for all legitimate business on nwst reasonable terms;
communications by null or otherwise strictly confiden
tial ; corespondents in United states, Canada* and Europe.
SPKCIAL. JNOTICKS.
At a MEETING OF THE milk dealers UNION,
held April 9, 1873, the following preamble and reso
lutions were adopted
Whereas it has pleased Almighty Cod, in His wise dis
pensation, to remove Iron? our midst our respected tel
low member, John .1. Schachct, who has always stood
heart and hand with this Union in every case where
energy and resolution were needed, and also cheerfully
assisting to promote the welfare of the Union wherever
and whenever it laid in his power so tedo; therefore
be it
Resolved, That in the death of John J. Schachct. who
always proved himself to he a worthy member and a
kind friend, the Milk Dealers I'nion have sustained a
serious loss, and one that will be keenly felt by all.
Resolved, That this Union deeply sympathize with the
bereaved wile in this, tlic loss oi a kind anu affectionate
husband, and that a cony of these resolutions be trans
mitted to the family ot the deceased.
GEORGE W. ALLISON, )
ERNEST KILKRT, [committee.
HENRY W. WILSON, )
A? special notice.
? Having been abroad from the city, in consequence
ot the dishonesty of ray clerk, I would inform the public
that ino?t of the loan collaU'rals have been recovered,
anil that in any cat"- 1 hold myself responsible ami will
scttlo all loans'to tho perlect xatinfaction of mv custom
ers. JAMES P. MATTHEWS. Loan Office.
BSC Broadway, corner I'oiirth street.
A? UERALD branch OFFICB, BROOKLYN,
? corner of Fulton aveuue and Huerum street
Open from 8 A. M. to 9 I'. M.
On Sunday irom Sto 9 P. M.
ALL OFFICERS. SAILORS AND SOLDIERS WOUND
ed, ruptured oi Injured, however slightly, are enti
tled to pension. Address or apply to Dr. E. B. JACKSON,
lute surgeon United .^tate,? Nary, No. 4 New chamber* st.
A? HAVANA LOTTERY DRAWINGS ON FILE.?
. April 22 the extraordinary Havana. JOSEPH
BATES, Broker, 1P6 Broadway, room 4.
A -HAVANA LOTTERY.? PHIZES CASHBP AND
. inlorination furnished. Circulars Iree. JOSEPH
BATES A CO., 71 Brnudway, room 31, tlrsst floor.
A? FURNITURE FAMILIES MOVED; CITY OR
? country; Furniture, Pianofortes packed and
shipped ; storage lor furniture. Q. A F. BURN HAM, 115
West Eleventh street, near Fifth avenue.
BOSS H0RSESITOEKS WIIX HOLD A MEETING ON
Thursday evening, April 17, at 307 Third avenue, at
8 o'clock. All member* are requested to attend this
meeting, as it will be one of great importance to the
trade. GEORGE G AuLAS o, l'rc.-idenu
Mat Moxtoowfrv. Secretary.
John Harioah, Treasurer.
(1REDITORS OF METZ BROS. A C I.EVE ARE RK
J quested to meet at Charles H. Smith's office 318
Broatlway, this day, at 2)6 P. M.. to hear report of pro
gress aiig i^vlso aj \o tjinber action.
E
I'REKA STEAM MACHINE CARVING COMPANY,
60, 62. 64 and 6fi Cannen street.
Rosewood, walnut, oak and ash Ornaments,
Busts of all prominent men, Ac.
Figure carving a specialty.
0
Havana lottery.? extraordinary drawing
22d April. German state Lotteries, circulars
mailed free. K I'll I.MANN A CO., Bankers, 85 Nassau
street; box 3,686 Post office. ^
HANKINSON'S steam carpet cleaning
Works. 15 East Twenty-seventh street, between
Fifth and Madtso'i avenues, New York.? No connection
whatever with anv oilier house. Tin- original HANKIN
SON, and the only one of that name established in Ibis
business iu 1851.
IN THE MATTER OF THE EST ME OF BOWLES
I Bres. A Co., in bankruptcy.? The list of creditors tiled
in said case being incomplete, all creditors who have not
been represented in Court are requested to communi
cate immediately with the assignee iu 'Boston, and state
their address and the nature anil amount oi their claims,
in order that the lull amount ol indebtedneis may be as
certained as earlr as possible.
IIENKY J.STEVENS. Assignee, 1? Court street, Boston.
New York creditors can leara the necessary lacts t>v
applying to BANFORD, ROBINSON A WOODRUFF,
Counsellors-at-Law. 102 Broadway, New York.
FFIC1 A L DRAWINGS .
KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERIES.
nrsiTrcKT- rxiBA rt.iss ko. 275? ai'ril 14, 1873.
24, 8, .17. 4. 44. BA, 42, 50, 28. 17. IW, 58,
af NTFCKT? I LASS M>. STC. ? Arhtl. 14, 1873.
34. 2, 76. 21. 54, 71. 31. .1. 82, 11, 17, Id
SIMMONS A CO., Managers, Covington. Ky.
telllY COLLkOF? LlTtA (1.ASSNO. 175? APRIL 14, I87S.
k47, 15, 43, 56. 44. 39, 2, 59, 67, 72, 32. >A.
M'SIfY IOI IFGE? CLASS so. 176? APRIL 14, 1873.
56, :i.s, 77. 42. fi, 23, 43. 27 28. 5. 75, 53, 4?.
SMITH A CO., Managers Covington, Kv.
J. CLuTE, Broker, KJCBroadway.
Post office box 4,1*89.
Royal Havana lottery. -the next extuaou
dlnarv Drawing will take place on the 22d of April.
1 "73. J. B MARTINEZ A CO., Baukers, 10 Wall street.
Po?t office box 4,685, New York.
OUFFF.RERS FROM A CERTAIN BBCRET PRACTICE
0 sklliully treated ; treatment free to those who are
poor. Call on or write to R. C. SHELDON. 107' West
Fifteenth stieet.
rnilE QUARTERLY MEETING OF THE WOMAN'S
1 Union Missionarv Society of America will be hel l
in Dr. Crosby's Lecture Loom. Twenty-second street and
Fourth avenue, Wednesday, April 16. 'at two o'clock. Dr.
W. M. Taylor. Dr. Batchelder, of India, and Miss H. G.
Brittan will be present.
THE FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF HIE NEW YORK
Asylum for Lying-in Women will be held on Wed
nesday, April 16, at 85 Marion street, at 12 o'clock noon.
I'atroiis and trie n Is ot the institution are invited to
attend.
THE fifth wd LAST DRAW1NO OK THE
83d Koval naxoii Lottery at Leip-ic, Germany,
will commence April 15 and close May .1.
There will Ix; drawn 34, 500 prizes out of 82.000 tickets,
1 Prize of 150, uOO Prussian thalers,
I Prize of 100.000 Prussian thalers,
1 Prize ot 80,000 Prussiau thalers.
I Prize ot rsi.fWO Prussian thalers.
1 Prize of 40,000 Prussian thalers,
1 Prize ot 30,000 Prussian thalers,
1 Prize ol 20,000 Prussian thalers,
3 Prizes el 10.000 Prussian thalers,
2ii Prizes of 5. COO Prussian thalers,
4o Prize- of 2, <100 Prussian thalers,
4'tO Prizes of 1,000 Prussian thalers, and others.
Prizes cashed and information go e n.
THEODOK ZSCHOCH,
116 Nassau street.
Post office bo* 6.080.
YS.it. h. S. Y? MR. M' DUFF, CALIFORNIA:?
? John Redmond O'llara, having appeared lietore
me, a Notary Public of the county of New York, and
made the following statement, that Is to say If you will
send him your oath, made before n Commissioner, he
will send you his treatment of the Horse Distemper you
nsk for, and to the e fleet that you will not betray the
treatment, otherwise he will not send the same to you.
You will plea?e send your oath to me. Address ns below.
Remember that tlfp animals' Creator Is our judge, and
that you would sooner die than betray.
Dr. .1 R O'HARA.
Sworn to before me, this 14th day of April, I873.--.Iohn
P Haw (No. 75, Notary Public in and for the county of
New York.
IS DRAWN DAILY IN THE LEGAL
^ i V fentnekv lottery. Rnval Havana
and Kentucky circulars free ; 12', cents commission al
lowed Address BALKY A CO., (olhce established 30
years) 1*4 Broatlway.
WAITED TO PVRCHAM
WANTED? JEWELER'S TOOLS, SUCH AS DROP,
Lathe. Holing Mdls and Forge, Ac, Address WM
FAI.KART. 3'a Division strc-t, corner Catherine.
/"ANTED? A LIFE-SIZE MANIKIN. ADDRESS
<1. R , Herald office,
WANTED To BUY? A NEWSPAPER ROUTE. AS
carrier, thnt wll' pay $10 or $12 a week. Address,
stating particular*. J. II. 11 PITTS, ho* 110 Herald office
r<i nnn acknt;' addresses, "or iof n a l
iJlMllMI |oMi e?," of recent date v nnft ! 'mini ll.
a'.'. |v ill o ill for sale or exilian-.'!. ?Andre*) Wi.P
H'l'Lli A ? 0.. i.17 Broadwuv room iy.
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KPOHTlltU-nOGH, B1HPS, *0. _
A ?JtB UULALL KINDS OF PANCY DOG8.
J\ . Birds, Ac. , Medicines 'or ull dWeMea, Prepared
Pood lor mocking birds, at B. ti. DOVE^ 8. ?No. 30rccue
stmt, near Canal.
Ii>OK s A LR? THOROUGHLY BROKEN BETTER DOGS;
1 lair trial in ttoltt ; two Pointers, ali^t and dog, hand
soinest in city ; Newfoundland Pups ol a mammoth breed ;
Esquimaux Dogs ; Pup* of the name ; Hull Terrier* Black
and Tans, Scotch and Skye Terriers, Watch Dogs on
trial. U. GARDNER, 111 South With avenue,
corner Prince street.
THEOKEAT PIGEON SHOOTING TOURNAMKNTCOM
mence* this day. at HaH's Driving Park, Coney Island
road, at 12 M? Conditions are? to shoot at BO single bird*
each, $100 entry ; Badge rules ; open to air comers The
following entriuii have been made and will positively be
on hand to shoot Tinker, Paine. Bogardus, Kleluwail,
Ward. Johnson and Carson. Entrance to gate. $1.
Double birds to-morrow. IBA A. PAINE, Manager.
HORBKS, t'AKBIABKH, Jit.
A T BAKEEB AND CHASE'S
A. t'lTY AUCTION MABT AND NEW YORK TATTEB
K ALL'S,
Corner of Broadway and Thirty-ninth street,
MAJOR 0. W. BARKER, AUCTIONEER.
BHO II LA K BALES OK HORSES, CARRIAGES, AC.,
EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
Gentlemen's private establishment* disposed of at pub
lic or pi ivate sale to th? best advantage, and a general
assortment nt llurse*, Carriages, Harness and everything
in the horse line, to suit the needs of all classes of pur
chaser!', constantly on hand.
A LARUE DRIVING KINO
in the Mart for showing hordes on *ale.
Twenty-tour hours allowed lor trial
on every horse sold under warranty.
Carriages taken on storage.
Superior stabling tor horses on sale.
Outside sales solicited and promptly attended to.
Liberal advances made oil everything iu the horse line.
A -MAJOR Oil AS W. BARKER, AUCTIONEER.
. IMMENSE CLONING OUT BALE,
on account of the widening of Broadway,
OP THE ENTIRE STOCK OP
HORSES, CARRIAGES, HARNESS, AC.,
contained at
BAItK 10 It A CHASE'S
CITY AUCTION MART AND N EW YORK TATTERSALLS,
eorncrof Broad wav and Thirtr ninth street,
ON SATURDAY AND MONDAY,
April 19 and 21, at 12 o'clock.
The stock comprises thirty head of high bred trotters,
roadsters, lamlly and business Horsei;, Just arrived trom
Monroe County.
Sixty Carmines, comprising Top and no top Wagons,
Park and Puny Phaetons; Depot, Express and Business
Wagons, double uuil single Harness, Blankets, Bobes, ,
Whins, Halters, Ac. In fact, every thing in the horse line.
Sale ot Carriages, Harness, Ac., on Saturday.
Sale ot Horses on Monday.
stock now on exhibition.
Salo positive anil without reserve.
A BC1J. JOHNSTON, AUCTIONfefcB, HAS RKCEIVED
instructions from the owner, who Is going abroad,
to dispose ot the following mentioned property . without
reserve, at AUCTION, AT HIS MABT, 19, 21, *23 and :">
East Thirloenth street, near University place, on Tues
day, April 15, at 12 o'clock s? ' Team of dark brown car
riage Horses, M years old, Iti hands high ; kind and true ;
excellent roadsters, and warranted sound; together with
set of double eoatJIi Harness, made by Wood Oibsoii A
(-0. ; also set of coupe Harness, by Wood Gibson A <'o. ;
Donkey Turnout, beautiful black, 10 hands high, 5 vcars
old: kind and true every way; dagger Wagon. Harness,
Saddle, Bridle, Ac.; gray Horse, 7 years old, 1(5 hands;
kind in all harness; very stylish ; can trot in 3 minutes
sure, and warranted sound
A? 8CORTLANDT STREET, NEAR BROADWAY.
? Downtown Carriage and llnrncss wftrernotna.
Elegant assortment ot first class work
at our usual popular prices.
It will pay you to call before you purchase.
Our establishment is second to none.
ABCH. JOHNSTON, No. 8 Cortland! street.
Arch Johnston's new mart,
19, 21, 23 and 86 EAST THIRTEENTH STREET,
between University place and Filth avenue.
THIS DAY, AT 12 O'CLOCK,
Team of young Trotters.
Three tine road Horses.
Team of bay Coachers.
Stivers' road Wagon.
Cruss-malched team of Trotters.
Barouche, bv Brewster.
Rockaway, nearly new.
Do not fail to come, rain or shine.
See catalogue above.
'"""^ third1 Vr? m
St^el^S "on. James M.
fine slock removed from lil? ?m. T f . a *H his
Wertche.ur county to the above stablcioV c^veXi.cS
bl^f^feldfnp's" half-brothers "f
IW, by .riri rai?*| |n (i ?a'n"'!
Windeid and his mate l!v vSSnffer ? Xlrll5JLbJr MaV,r
are^extra *T' K""wn irtho^Vu ow.'y^^r.r:^,^
s i ?i o n a 1 1 < i' Iu' ' y ,,r?e w,,!L nr;ri"
gether- have o, J llt,! one Wirse to
IStHlil!
Middle town Course in 3-aa P'T^'ase,!
*in-er: ^h?y"ro ' nueir' bro^en^'n'h 1,n',r^ W
on"' orart1 t n d a n d ktn d ? f ' la"
Coupe, family or match Horse* 'in the '?"*? ? ',]"ppl,> trrnv
7 years old : has oi'eotthefloe!ri?? h"Md? higli,
and Ull* ever seen and K as flnV ? ..s!'i07 wbiu' """" *
tioned horse as the most last Id i, ?. L\ t Bn? Dropor
flue, noble nualities- Is hrave iln/1^ I w""' ; he hss
and lofty action, and one ol the rtehes an^nm* ",'p('rh
Jive horses when driven or unjer *addl?Vn ??rT,
is high Kentucky bred ? will trnwiin 'V ? k "r r<""1 '?
warranted prntl<? and snir within? " a lnjn.u^"? nn l is
blemish and sound ttl ' w",lou' vice, trick, fault or
ladles to saddle ancl driven t?. nn,,?; 'S hnen ?'v
some, stumble and a lasi traveller iin : '?hand
and, when 4 vesr. oMsoIin!.*?,'.^! I',,t.lL',l"r"l|t<h. M.,
upon Mbowififr 2 -4H ? wa? iifT^rvi-nrVi- riun* <)f ??won,
M.vstit t ruck b v !f Bo M(*nanH rniHH o I1'* ?ner?"on on
from 2 :.H to2:.'?; wu. pure h?i?ed w>m u V*r " w ,r,al"
present owner, about one Viar i i"' '?>
on track siace. but hw?.j . v.-hi ?v,' /!, , * never been
driving; she was noted in Hmim II l'rlvate road
roa.i trotters there and lias -eMom ex er I?, nn I' '
she can u'o to track nnu Z.n. !. ! "'been beaten here :
ami bent 2 M to wagon Is' extra P^l'-ration,
o/e^r,?r^.^tvd ."u?versar,t'H-bV
m.? '?^ ''''U^n?ary
Robes. Blankets, nheets Ac ie obe*' tw? elegant lap
wftast WAVhfr.S'ti ;S? -
highest bidder, without res?"y.!,olTor ^n?r",n"t0rlly ??
>. B -Sale Boiltive. rSl! VihTiM*"** ABrtioneer.
A N EXECUTOR'S SALK.
THIS DVY tit n'i ^''UTION,
AT -S rABLE (lOKNER "?^^5.
b?s freiiuently shown a mii"^ ?{?,!?, : he
trolled a half mile in i is- V... , W u **' <>"d ha*
ranted sound ami k;nd. a* ,HS<1 ""J war
IV, band* iTlgh""^ vear**o{!i'' "? f r r,.f 1 J " ~ mare Flora,
sAaW 'Ir'e1^ e"an^Tr?irr
r.v ;!:? ,ro'
bands liign, ? vcars old - wassln'.'ii 1'V
J-m thoronghhred atid'raL-ed bv .lam, * r"!"?;V <"l*y>
Woodford eonntv, Koritii. k . ?,. L R' J'athrop, of
present owner; Ve .s as l^.^.am.dPi^';h"r,, u" r' ?'T
?eeii#n road or track: has tlm- a tiof. L' /. a" ' l'''
fi'ndr" ?'d ' can trot in 2 at, and wsrranied "wund'lnd
SALE ^^^^ORsir^^oUT LIMIT,
Bv order of GEO. RUPPebt; Executor.
A:
several aecoiid hand Carriages. purchasers;
? JOKastJTojjrlh street.
be seen at lH\Vest Thirteenth street haruess. Can
A rs^tf'be ^een" af M r ?foh n' h 'i,R B"Krr SAI.i
East Thlriy seroad street. Morrell s storehouse, HW
A ."SSffftn"! S v
for sale; owner going to ohl. sound anil kind,
stable, Seventeenth street, ,,'ear ^rvlng'^lace*' Wlll"l[u''
A hands. 1
AtlSna^T^tj^thinf street' ?"pp"y
A 2pM?'eVo, ,,'h,AirVl.urnout'Mr W,S" T(>
Pha' ton, team of bay llorw^ w.n" -!Vn.K '??r-iwat
?.* ears old. with Harness v,.r'v 1 t ' I hands,
gray Hone*, ? yes r? old wVi^,, '' .V '1.- {"V ? ,palr. "r
A r,,K ' 'OUNTBV,
,w -
UORSK2K. ^AKKMGKS, AC.
Auction huiihr ok arch, johnhton
(l<ato Johnston A Van Tassel),
OKKICK ANO SALESROOM. OLD STAND,
17 Nassau street, opposite the Post ofllcc.
TIIK HORSE AUCTION HKANCII OK THE HOUSE IS
REMOVED TO THB SPACIOUS PREMISES.
19, 21, 23 ami 25 EAST THIRTEENTH STREET,
between Fitth avaune ninl University place.
The business will bu conducted on precisely the *nn\e
strict and honorable principles which have alwavs char
acterized the dealing* of our house and won the respect
and contidence of the business community us we II us the
public ui large.
REGULAR SALES EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
throughout the year
CATALOGUE OK THIS DAY'S SALE, 12 O'CLOCK.
SPLENDID TEAM HltOWN COACH HORSES, 16
hands, 7 and H years; kind and true iti all harness; very
stylish, free drivers, and warranted sound.
SET OK DOUBLE HARNESS, BY WOOD GIBSON.
TWO SKAT 4 WHEEL DOG CART, in Hist rale order,
by WOOD BROS.
BRIGHT BAY HORSE, raised in Kentucky, 16
hands, 7 year# Old; kind unci true ill all harness, a very
last traveller; an excellent saddle horse.
SET OF SINGLE COUPE HARNESS, by Wood
Uibtion.
DEPOT WAGON, TWO BEATS.
KIN IS TEAM THOROUGHBRED RAY TROTTERS,
brother and sister, sired hv PATRICK HENRY, out of
ROANOKE MARK, 4 and 5' years old, 105* hands high;
pure failed and very stylish: can trot together in three
minutes: war, allied -ouml, without blemish.
SET OF LIGHT DOUBLE HARNESS, It Y BANKS.
NO TOP ROAD WAGON, IIY CORBET!' It CO.
TRADE WAGON.
TEAM (sorrel and gray) TROTTING HORSES, SIRED
BY TORONTO CHIRK AND SlIKKOLK CHIEF, 14',
bunds high, 1) and 7 years old; kind and trim in all har
ness; vcrv stylish drivers, and are warranted to trot it
mile in three minutes; unsurpassed as roadsters; are dis
posed of oul v on account of ill health of the owner ; ARE
WARRANTED SOUND, WITHOUT BLEMISH.
SET OF DOUBLE HARNESS; NEW.
ROAD WAGON ; city made.
CLOSE COACH.
SIDE BAR NO TOP ROAD WAGON, BUILT BY
STIVERS: NEARLY NEW.
DONKEY TURNOUT; beautiful black; 10 hands, 8
years; kind and true ; warranted sound.
J AUGER W Alios, HARNESS, AC.
GRAY TROTTING Norsk. It) hands high, 7 year^old;
kind anil true iu all liarn *s, Irce troin vico; can irot in
8 minutes anv time; very stylish, and warranted sound.
SEVEN OTHER IIORhKS. DESCRIPTION TIME OF
SALE.
EXPRESS AND OTHER BUSINESS WAGONS.
THREE CLOSE COACHES.
Full particulars in catalogue time of ?alo.
Weather never Interferes with our sales.
A T AUCTION THIS DAY BY
A WILLIAM VAN TaSSELL, AUCTIONEER
I (SUCCESSOR TO JOHNSTON .t VAN T AS SELL).
HOUSE A N I > CARRIAGE AUCTION MART,
112 AND lit EAST I II I RTEENTI1 ST , NEAR 4 I I I AV.
REGULAR SALES OF HOHSEf* AND CARRIAGES
EVERY IUESDAY AND FRIDAY.
Twenty-four to forty-eight hours giveu purchasers to test
warrantees.
CATALOGUE OF THIS DAY'S (TUESDAY'S) SALE, AT
12 O'CLOCK.
ELEGANT TEAM BLACK PONIES, SIRED HY .!tT
. pitei*, dam a thoroughbred marc, are 14 hands high, 4 and
6 years old ; kiud and true iu all harness; free irom vice ;
trotolMe to three minutes; are very stylish and hand
(onto; were raised by the present ow ner ami are war
ranted sound, kind and true.
SIX SEAT ROCKaWAI IN GOOD ORDER, Bl'ILT
bv Miner' .V Stevens.
TEAM BAY MARES, HENRY CLAY STOCK, 16
hands high, In and 12 years old ; kind anil true in all har
ness; tree from \ice: superior roadsters; trot in 3.'? min
utes; have tine style and action: fear nothing ; are iu
every way a sulc and reliable family team, und w ar
ranted sound.
BRETT ON C SPRINGS, VERY LIGHT; BUILT BY
Brewster A Co., Fifth avenue.
b \ Y MARK, lii'j HANDS HIGH, 6 YEARS OLD;
kind and true iu double harness; has never been used
single; free from vice; good traveller, and warranted
sound.
TOP WAGON, NEARLY NEW, BUILT BY MOORE.
ELEGANT KOUI! IN HAND DRAG, ENGLISH I' AT
tern, built to order for Mr. Lawrence Jerome by Wood
Brothers.
BAY HORSE, l.'Oi HANDS HIGH, 6 YEARS OLD;
kind and true in nil Harness and under saddle ; tree Irom
vice or trick: an extra tlm driver mid warranted sound.
TOP WAGON, IN GOOD ORDER, BUILT BY R. M.
Stivers.
BLACK MARK. SIXTEEN HANDS HIGH, SIX YEARS
old; kind and true in all harness; free from vice; a fast
ravellcr; tree and ft> IinIi driver; a splendid adimal
tor family driving ami warranted sound. Also set
< oi Harness and
TOP PONY PHAETON.
KAY HORSE. I.V>? HANDS HIGH. SEVEN YEARS
old; kind and true In all harness; Irec from vice a
splendid roadster; tree ami stylish driver ; Iear.? uolhuig ;
warranted -mind.
TOP EXPRESS OR DELIVERY WAGON.
HAY HORSE, 111'., HANDS H1GII, 7 YEARS OLD;
kind and true in every wuy ; free irom vice; trots iu :',;a
minutes; very stylish and warranted sound.
CLOSE COM 11, IN GOOD ORDER.
SORREL HORsK, SIRED UY PLOUOHBOY. DAM
a thoroughbred mare, Hi hands high, ft years old; kind
and true in all harms"; tree from vice: has never been
handled for speed, but can trot iu :t minutes ; is a superior
pole horse uml warranted sound.
WATERING TRUCK, IN GOOD ORDER.
HAY HORSE, 1ft1, HANDS, if YEARS OLD: KIND
and true in every way ; a superior worker aud warranted
sound.
BA? MARE, lfti? HANDS HIGH, 6 YEARS OLD;
kinfThna true in all harness; free from vice, last travel
Icr; ver* stvlish; an excellent inare lor family driving.
skvKifAL OTHER UOK.-hS; FI LL DESCRIPTIONS
time oi sale.
Five top Wagon*.
Top and no loii I'onv Phaetons.
Express and Business Wagons.
Rockawhys, Coaches, Ac.
Weather iiever interferes with our sales.
J ^ THE "BRRWSTEll WAGON." A:
in allweighte, for pleasure driving or speeding,
exuuisitcl) finished.
nn<l embracing in tnelr construction ihp various im
provement* introduced hy us during pastlflycars,
making Hu m
the standard (or Quality
llirotiahoiit tlie l nited States.
These wagong are exclusively the production of nnr
?*\ ?' ll-kurtn n Broome street factory, ami are ottered in
stock in nil respect* equal in<|tuiht\ to those liullt to the
order tl tlic most valued customer, and at puces
uniform to all.
In order that we mar not he confounded wltli a ioint
Mock coinpanj oi carriage dealers who have adopted u
fir 1 1 1 name fdm'ilar to our own, aad impudently claitn the
reputation we have made lor the "Brewster Wagon," we
biy the public will remember that our only wareroonu
are at the corner ot
Fifth avenue and Fourteenth street,
? ndoeroiih Factory on Broome street
BRbWHTER A CO.,
ot Broome street.
* CHOIOB LOT OF IIORSEH ANI) CARRIAOIS
jV at Auction Tills DAY, by
WILLIAM VAN TASSELL, A lTt TlONE F. R,
at Auction Mart. llll. II". 114 l as; Thirteenth street
ELEGANT TKAM BLACK FILLIES, WARRANTED
sound, kirul und true.
SI'LKXIllD TKAM BAY MARES, FINE CARRIAOE
team and warranted sound.
I'D NY Est' ABLISHMENT? BLACK MARE AND TOP
pony Phaeton.
TWBl.VE SFPERIOR ROAD HORSES, SEVERAL
fine work Horses. a large lot ot carriages ol all descrip
tions.
.see Catalogue above.
A? FAMILY CARRIAGES.? IMMENSE STOCK OF
. every stvle I'ark aiM I'onv Phaetona. Depot, Ex
press und Business Wagons, Harness and Whip*, cheapest
place in city, at 141 West Broadway, near Canal street
A ?20 TOP SECOND HAND WAGONS, TEN OPEN
J\.. HoaJ Wagons, by city makers. at. tow prices: Koek
awavs and Depot WagoAs, H) Express Wagons, 1 top do.,
Abbott A Downing make, good as new; Harness, Blan
k e is, Ac. sulkevs Skeletons by <atrey, Prov A Co.
KM I'IRE 0 IT V REPOSITORY, 20 and 2* W ouster st.
4 RMY WAGONS, FARM CARTS, BLANKETS, TENTS,
j\ McClellan Saddles, Mule Collars, Harness, Canvas,
Rubber Waterproof Wagon, Horse Covers, Feed Bags,
Army Clothing. W. A. CARTER,
S3 Cortlandt street, near Greenwich.
T*"? TWO CHEAP HORSES, Jft'i TO 1 r, H ANDS HIGH,
\ . suitable lor the country, itlii West Kifteciith street,
A GENTLEMAN'S Tl RN OUT? A BLACK MARK. Hi
hands, 8 years old; will trot in <Ss80? kind and
gentle, suitable for an* lady to drive ; Top Wagon, city
maker; I'unaeomb Harness, Whip, Ac., complete: will
1m -old at it tmriraln : owner leaving the cltv. W ill lie tor
sale at ARMOUR'S, No. H .Seventh avenue, on Tuesday,
from 10 to 2,
A FINK HALF SPRING TOP ROAD WAGON, NEAR
LY ly new, weight 218 lbs., with double And single Ilar
nc-H. role and Shafts; must tie sold iu three days. Call at
?table* 22U West Fortieth street.
A T FACTORY? 75 TOP BUGGIES: ALSO BAROI'CHE,
J\ Rocknway*, Victoria*, Phaetona, latest stvle*;
cheapest ill citv. Near Grand street and Bowery, Ho atul
14s F.l. I ridge street. DAI A SON.
FINK BLACK HORSE FOR SALE? BY A GEN
tlemanithc horse is aplrited and very stylish; B
years old and perlectly sound ; drives well In liarnei
A
and is very easy and stylish under tile saddle; a rare
bargain tor a gentleman w anting a horse for private use.
Also lor sale a light top Buggy. Address BLACK HORSE,
Herald office
4 BKAl'TIFCL DARK GRAY SADDLE IIOR8E FOR
J\ ssle; I6J4 hands, 8 years old ; Is (flic styled and pro
portioned , raised In Kentucky; nearly thoroughbred;
perlectly broken to all gaits ; Price $1,200. AppivtoRY
BRSON, brown A pAVIB, lttWest Thirty-second it
4 LOT OF TOP Bt'GO[EH, ROAD WAGON'S, EX
J\ press, Grocery and light Business Wagons; also a
SCI oad hsnd top Bugry. 84? West 27th street, between
Eighth and Ninth avenues.
4 N ELEGANT LANDACLET. MADB TO ORDER BY
J\ Corbett A Co., to bo sold low, at 124 West Twenty
fifth street. _
4 OBNTLKXAN GOING To BUROPR WANTS TO
iv sell his Horses: 16 hands. only six years <dd, stylish
blacks, long tails, sound and kind in everv wa v : also a
Brewswr Landau and Harness. 128 West Tfiirty tlrst
street, or G. W COM STOCK, Grand Hotel.
/ 1 A R Rl AGES SLIGHTLY DAMAGED: GREAT B\R.
I gains; Carriages, new aid second hand, of every de
scription. at low prices; now Is the time to purchase, tie
fore trade commonccl. MANUFACTURERS' UNION, KM
Broadway.
/ 1ARRIAGKS ? A VARIETY OF KE< OS |i IUMi Tor
" ' and light Road Wagons, Doetor's Wagons, Rockaway,
Depot and Turnout seat Bungles, Ac.; also a very large
and superior stock new work, unsurpassed In any panic,
ular, at R M. STIVERS',144 to 162 Ea*t Thirty-first street.
F1INB TEAM TUORoI'GIIBRED BAY TROTTERS,
brother and sister, sired by Patrick Henry, out of
Roanoke inare ;4 and Dycars old, 16'* hands high; ele
gant. pure gait and very stylish action; thoroughly
broken ; very gentle disposition , have never iicon trained
for speed, but can trot together hi three minutes; war
ranted sound and without blemish. To lie sc> u and tried at
Aiu II .follNSTON'H mart, ID, 21, ??amltf. East I'Uir
teenlli street, near t nivcrsity place
This is an fcxtra fine team, and are not hold at luncy
fiftirf. The owner must remise
II not old at private sale Im lore Tue?da,y, at |2 o'clock,
' f?i?*v will then lie veld ai unction at tin i..n nsitbo.i,
I ivuboutauv lltllil. or rcsi-1 VUIIIIU NliHU il l,
t
HOS8B9, VAORIAGBfl, Ai'.
Ij'OH HA LB? IB NKW AND SECOND HAND EXPRESS,
I grocery anil business Wagons; also one now top
Buggy : must bo sold on account ol alterations, ut great
bargains, aliliiO Broome street, New York
lilOK SAI.I'? ' TWO MORBUS . $l2ft ONE CARRIAGE : $125
1 Truck Horse ; $100 dapple |m* Hor?(; miudiI, kind
anil true. Inquire. ut 134 Bleei ker sired, in oyster house.
FIOR SALE-A SECOND HANI) DOUBLE It AKNESS,
for pliucton. Apply at stable Nn. I Went Fill v sev
enth street.
IjlORSALK? A PAIR OK CARRIAGE Hi'RSES, HAYS,
I black point*, lf>'4 hand*, 7 years olil this Spring ; sold
onlv tor want of use. Apply at private nUble, 4.1 Eu-t
thirty-fourth street, before 12 o'clock.
TTH)R HALIi-ONK PAIU GENTLEMAN'S ROAD
II Horses, 7 and 8 years olil, 13.1 and 1V2 ; price to suit
purchaser. To be seen at ISB Haft Thirty -second street.
XjUHI SALE? HORSE, TOP BUGGY ANI) HARNESS;
L also Road- Wagon, together or separate, all in good'
order A|ipl^ at stable 701 Water street, before 10 A.M.
For salk? a team ok low i'kicrd horses,
tor farm, canal or light work; one pony-built Horse
lor slow work, $7."i. 21ft West Twenty-?lxth Street.
I^OR S A LE ? A GOOD WORK HORSE, lii HANDS
high, 8 years old; will work single or double ; will
be sold cheap, call early. 201 Went Twenty-tilth street,
east of Eighth avenue.
f^oR BALE? THREE WORK HORSES; ONE
Trotter, $16ft; one Mare, in t'oal to a Hauiblctonian,
CM heat | ;30, price $150. Apply at 208 East Fortieth >?(.
F30R SALK? TOP WAGON, IN GOOD ORDER; SIN
gle Harness; also double Truck Harness. Inquire ut
180 West street.
|!OR SALE ? THREE HORSES; ONE 1(1 HANDS,
very stylish, suitable for couch or coupe; thi# others
for business purposes; also half spring light Wagon. in
<1 Hire at M3 Second avenue, corner oi Thirtieth street.
IjlOR SALK? A SET OP DOUBLE ROAD HARNESS,
1 but little used, at WRIGHT'S, .'ill Fourth avenue.
ElOlt BALE? A GENTLEMAN'S ROAD TURNOUT;
it clipped Marc, 7 years old, Irols in 2;.V); a Water
man Road Wagon, covered ; mounted Harness, Blankets,
Ae., at SIMMONS' stable, 78 anil 80 Hank street.
TjlOR SALE? BAY HORSE, ir>.3, 8 YEARS OLD; KIND
i in all harness; last traveller; to be seen at t.ll
BETTS, Seventh avenue and Twenty second street.
TJIOR SALE ? SUPERIOR ROAD OR FAMILY HORSE,
P lftl? high ; highly bred, stylish action, ?reat endur
ance ;cnn go in 2:fttl: safe lor a lady, warranted sound
noil kind; also Wagon, Carryall, Harness, Ac., al a great
bargain, at K HDD'S, corner Orinund place and Putnam
avenue, Brooklyn.
1710K SALE? PHAETON; SEATS SIX. APPLY AT
' the orange County Boarding Stables, Seventy-eighth
street and Fourth avenue.
F^olt SALE? A VERY RANGY, STYLISH BROWN
Coupe or coach Horse; 16.1 hands high; also a hl.tck
six-year old pole Horse, 15.8, sired by Prince Bashaw
out of a Star mare ; promises great speed. Can be seen
troin 9 to II at 131 West seventeenth street. Ask tor
JAMES CRAIG.
tJIOR SALE? FOUR UPPER CANADA HOUSES,
I from ift to iMj hands; sound, kind and true . one
roan mare. 111 lor coui e or carriage horses. 204 West
Sixteenth street, near Seventh avenue.
IflOR SALE? A CURTAIN COACH, BUILT BY BREW
stcr, oi Broome street. Apply ut private stable 106
Lexington avenue.
Volt SALE? A THOROUGHBRED MARE, ir?'a HANDS
P high; sound and kind in all liarne. s ; can trot in 3
minutes; has been drove by a lady. Apply, forihrcc days,
at 27/i Spring street.
BIOR SALE CHEAP ? A STYLISH 16 HANDS HIGH
black Horse, 7 years old, and kind in all harness;
Coupe, nearly new, and trimmed in brown cloth and
satin, with pole and shafts ; also a new Harness, all in
complete order, and only been used by a private laniily ;
will be sold for one ball Its value, us the owner has uo
use for tliem. Apply to WILLIAM L. LOEW, 106 ave
nue C.
l/>on SALE? ONE CHESTNUT MAKE, EIGHT YEARS
P old, lft.2 hands; sound and kind; sold lor want ot
use. Apply to No. 9 East Nineteenth street.
TTIOR SALE? A LOT OF GOOD WORK HORSES. JUST
F arrived from the country, suituble for all purposes;
to be sold cheap. Apply al 176 Mercer street, near
Bleeekcr.
I7IOR SALE? A BAY MARE, SIX YEARS OLD, 15?*
hands high ; sound and kind ; good tall and munu;
good traveller; ulsoWood Brothers Top Wagon and eitv
made 1 1 ii rness ; to lie sold together or separate, ut
ARNOLD'S stable, 148 West Twenty-ninth street.
IHtt SALE? A LIGHT PHAETON, PLATFORM
spring, with extension top, made Iri- B. M. Slivers,
scarcely soiled; also half spring read Wagon, pole autl
shafts. made by Duscnburv A NanDuzer, at aburgaiu
27ft Columbia street, ltrooklvn.
EpOB BALE? A BBAUTI FUL BAY HORSE, 15?
r hand* high, 6 years o'.d ; very stylish ; warranted
sound and kind. No. A West thirteenth street.
?TjlOR SALE? A GOOD FAMILY WAGON; WILL
r carry either two or four; suit city or country; in
first class running order. Apply ut 402 West Foci v'-fl rat
street, near NiutJi avenue.
FH)B SALE? THREE PONT-BUILT HOR8ES, 6 AND
'J year", 10 and Hi1-, bauds; III for any business; price
$6,\ $180, fit;.'), also one Pony, 9 years, 14 hands. $9o; all
sold lor want ol work. 20 Betfjiinc street, nenrWashlngtoii.
IMJR SALE CHEAP FOR WANT OF USE? ONR OF
two Horses. 21k Spring street.
Horses ? a pair of very fine animals, seven
years old next July; warranted sound; spirited hut
gentle; good speed Lamb's stable, Lexington avenue,
corner ot Forty-ninth street Owner's house, 21 i,a*t
Forty-eighth street.
HARNF.RS-SADDLERY.-THtf LARGEST VARIETY
id Horse Furnishing tioods ot nil descriptions of any
house in New York. C. M. MOSEMAN A BKO.,
H
ARNESS.-THE CHEAPEST HARNESS STORE IN
New Y'ork ; good double Truck Harness, $30; good
single Buggy Harness, hand made, $17 ; a good Stable
I'.limket, t~ 50; the largest assortment of < art liarne * in
the cltv. Please fall and examine lor yourselves.
H>HEK A OSBORNE, 4:1 Murray street, New York.
Harness rOB BALI LOW.-BINB new LIGHT
double and single Harness, made in the bent man
tier wlih Mollatt's best leather. Call ou or address 14D
West Thirty-third street, second floor.
IMPORTANT TO FARMERS.? FOR SALE? A VA LI A
1 hie Marc in foal; $IW, halt' her value; one Canadian
Horse, little soar lore ward, $6.1. 77 New ('hainberr street.
JOHN D. HAMLIN. AUCTIONEER.? A LARUE AND
attractive sale by public auction, on FRIDAY. April
Is, at 10 A. M.,
at the stock lann formerly owned by Colonel J. P. B
Dodge, opposite Hyde Park, on the fliiiKoti River,
including all the first class road and business Hor-es,
Stallions, brood Mares, Fillies, Carriages, farming
Wagons, Cait?, ami many Farming Utensils, oxen, Cows,
llog-. Calves, Bulls, Chickens, Ac., ol which the lollow
ing is a briet schedule: ?
ili tine road eurriage anil business Horses, including 2
Stallions ami 2 Fillies; I Barouche, I Victoria. 1 D' pot
Wagon, 1 Dog Cart, I top Buggy. I si|iiure box .lugger, I
Trotting Wagon. 1 Sulky. I < utter, 3 Farm Wagons. 2
Carts, I Sleigh. I pair Bobs, 3 sets single Harm s-, 2 do.
Carriage, 3 gents' Saddles, with Bridles; 1 lady's do., 2
bovs' do., with Bridles; 3 sets work Harness, I Alilerney
Bull, 7 Cows. S Calves, 1 yoke o*en. 2 Mowing Machines,
2 Fanning Mills, I Cider Prcs?, Cutting Boxes, F.,rk?,
Rakes, Hoes, Shovels, Ac ; 1 Cultivator, t> large Plough'.,
2 -mall do ,2 Harrows, I Corn Mill. I do. Shelter, U llogs,
4 I'lgs. lot Chickens, Ox Yokes, Chains and many usetul
Tools ot all kind . not mentioned, a catalogue of which
will he furnished al the sale, fills property will he sold 10
the highest bidder, without postponement rain or shine.
Full i?e<ilgrees giv tn ol the .stock (Which is ol the highest
Class) on dav ol sale.
Also a lease of the McLoclilund Farm, containing 190
acres, for one year
A l-o a lease of 11 1 acres of Land, being tha? portion of
the Stewart and Me Lo< hlatid tarms lying easterly ol the
Kingston post road. Bv order of CHARLES H.'fRUAX,
Attorney, Ac., No 7 Murray street, New Y'ork.
M/
dav, April IS. h.v BI'RDETT A DENNIS, 113 Pearl
street, Hanover square, one heavy I rown Horse; til for
eart or truck. T C. BRIEN, Marshal.
MIST BE HOLD FOR the WANT OF USB? DA BR
hay, stylish Pony ; warranted sound and kind. 120
Pearl street, near Centre.
MUt.ES.? 100 HEAD OF SUPERIOR BROKEN
Mules, ot all grades anil sizes, some of the lurge-t
mi I finest in this countrv, lor *ale by E. B BISHOP'S
SONS, corner Grand and Bishop streets,' Jersey City, N.J.
?MANUFACTURERS' UNION REPOSITORY, 6:w
iVI Brosdwav.? ^ Carriages, Harness, largest assortment
ever ottered, at most reasonable prices, All styles of Fain
ily Carriages und Lwlit Wagons, new and second hand.
MANUFACTURER*' union, 638 Broadway.
Milk wacon wantei>-cheap for cash;
must be in gotsl order. 234 Eighth avenue.
pAIR BRKiHT BAY ADD STYLISH HORSES.
PARK PHAETON, seats IoiiT.
PONY PHAETON, seats tor four, besides rumble for
sen ant ; both by Lawrence, to order.
Top Wagon, bv Dusenhery A Vanduzer.
Depot Rockaway, Single and Double Harness; all In
best order. /
At private stable, No. 3 West Twenty-second street.
Hockaway wanted? FOUR OR six seats, light
and must be iu good order. Apply at 234 Eighth av.
CTAI.LIo.N FOR SALE? A Nil E TIIOROUCIIBRKD
brown, I6kj hands; sound and kind; elegant saddle
horse ; cost $l,t>oo. price $.Mn. and olio Trotter, tiiuu 2.J8,
price $ft00. I6i> Crosby stcect.
OADDI.E HORSE WANTED? TO HIRE BY THE
O month ; about 16 hands high, quiet end sound. Ad
diess, stating age, terms, Ac., box lti6 Po?t otncei West
New Brighton, Staten Island.
CAIiDLE MARE FOR SALE-A BEAITIFUl KEN
tuckv bred bay Mare, thoroughly broken and war
ranted; ha? been ridden by s lady; sold only in conse
quence of absence ttom the city. Apply at private stuble
at West Seventeenth street.
SECOND HAND DOG CART-TWO COl'PEW, SMALL
I'oey Wagon, six seat Rockaway, Depot Wagon, sev
eral top and open Buggies, six seat Rockaway, number
Carriages, slightly soiled, at bargains.
MANUFACTUlilRtP UNION, IW Broadway.
STABLE TO LET.? ONE HALF OF FIRST CLASS
stable, 2.'ix90, Forty lourtli street, near !? iltli avenue.
Rent very reasonable.
CHARLES W. WARD, 79 Cedar street.
UTABLE TO LET? I N I'WENTY FIRST STREET B'
O i ween Eighth and Ninth avenues; lour stalls' and
room for two or lour wagon*; rout $,>00 per year. In
quire at 382 Hudson streot
riHIKP.E PINE HEAVY TRUCK ItORSKS, CIIXAP
I Bay. |l iP, t?.ij. $lW),t?ay, $tG0, gn\v , i;:?, sound and
kind, inie h uv chunk l.v) South I iiili avuue. u< .
Grand iirc* i.
HORNT.M, CAHJIIAOKS, dir.
fllO LhT? FROM 1ST OK MAY, TWO PRIVATE 8TA.
I hie*. Inquire of WILLIAM U. HAN KIN SON. ISF.a.l
Twenty -even Hi street.
mo LBT-TWO KINK fiTABUSS UPTOWN: (INK FINK
I open anil two box > tails; one four open stalls; car
riage room uiiil i ouriniieu's an .irmi' nts
WILLIAM ELLIOTT A CO.,
1,491 Broad way, near I'ony Htth itTMt
rno LET? STABLE H EAST FIFTY-THiKD STBKKT;
L 15 stalls and plenly of earriaite room ; will lm put in
trood order ; very low rent. Apply to THOS. HTOKKH,
t'oal Dealer, corner Ihlrty -second street and Tetitli av.
mo LET? I'KIVASE STABLE, FOR TWO OK THREE
X Horses, 2l? Went Houston street.
W. SCOTT .JAItVI.J, 221 Canal street.
1*.rANTEf>? A TEAM OFCLOHELY MATCHED MAKES,
?T abou; 15 V. hands hinh; 5 year* old ; mint be sound
ti 1 1 1 1 show wood trotting unit ; would preler to buy out of
town Address, witn price, A. It. C., box lOi Herald Up
town lirancli office.
X\T ANTED? A SOITND YOUNG HORSE, LITTLE
Vt speed; or Horse, liisht Walton and Harness, In ex.
rhunue for first class new Pianoforte, l?'tt city makers;
t in bi' selected troui ware l ooms. Address M. ti. , box bid
Herald office.
HTANTBD? ACCOM MOOATION IN A PKIYATR 8TA
" Id", near lower end of Central I'ark, tor two horses
and two wagons. Address J. C. D., 77 Warren street.
TXTAGONS.? FOR SALE. CHEAP, TWO CONCORD EX
?? press, 2 Grocery, 1 Milk, I liirbt Business, 1 Carpen
ter's and 1 Depot Wanon, 1 Coupe, 1 Top Buggy, at 226
Spring strcot.
I Cil 7K -DARK SORREL HORSK, PONY MADE, 8
1 I i *'? yours, l?> hands; warranted sound, kind, wjuj*
I out fault or blemish, or money returned: very stylish.
I 4ln Eighth avenue, corner Tblrly-flrst street.
? FOlt SALfc. A STABLE (FIVE STALLS)
JlPiBM', ami W niron Room, or would make ten stalls;
would suit, tor blacksmith or teed store , mis and water ;
two yeurs' lease ; rent $250 a year. \M West KortjMlrst
street.
1>I(V 600D>.
HAIR! HA1K! 11AIRI
The largest stock of Human Hair Goods In the city
at sua W'S.
Bowery, between Fourth and Great Jones streets, and
8fi3 sixth avenue, between Twcuty-second and Twonty
tlilrd street ., ui> stairs.
SHAW'S Patent Hair Switched,
ran be combed and brushed, $1 each.
Human Hair, eheapest and best in the market.
Short lluir Switches, $2 each and upwards.
French M\ itches, $?>.
Curls, $1 and upwards.
Latest styl' s always on band.
;OLE, 80S BROADWAY,
At a jircat sacrifice,
tarn stock oi staple i>rv <joi
Must bu Hold before Muy.
Fixtures of Store lor aiilo
YACHTS. HTE AM BOATS, dfcC.
BflOR SALE CHEAP? A THOKOUiill BUILT PAST
sailing Sloop Yucht, <0 feet long, IS feet wide, H
berths, years old, sails, Ac. ; in perfect order. Apply
to (lie owner, A. II ILL, -til (.anal street.
\\r ANTED? ONE PLEASURE BOAT AND ONE
tt Working Boat Address, stating price, size und
weight, E. P. T., box 44li Post olllee.
LEGAL NOTICES.
qupreme court. .
O In the matter of the application of the Department
of Public Parks, for and in belinlf of the Mayor, Alder
men and commonalty of the chy of New York, relaii ,\i
to the
Opening nt Kingshriilgc Road,
northwardly from the sou t her I \ line ol |5Sth street to
the Harlem lliver, as laiil out by the Commissioners of
the Central Park, in the eity of New York.
We, the undersigned Commissioners of Estimate and
Assessment in the above entitled matter, hereby give
notice to the owner or ou ners, occnpanfor occupunts of
all bouses ami lots anil improved or unimproved lands
alleeted thereby, and to all others whom It may concern,
to wit
I.? That we have completed our estimate und assess
ment, and that all persons interested In these proceed
ings or in any ot the laiidsall'eeted thereby . and who mav
be opposed to the same, do present their objections in
writing, <tnl \ vended, to the undersigned Commissioners,
al our office, 150 .Broadway (room 15), in the said elty, on
or betore the '.?ld day ot April, IH7'i, and that we, the said
Commissioners, will hear parties so obJe< ting within the
ten week-days next after the said 2<d day of April, 1*7.1
anil tor that purpose will lio in attendance at our said
otHcooneach of said leu days, at it o'clock A. M.
i II.? That the abstract of the said estimate and assess
ment, together with our maps, and also all the affidavits,
estimates and other documents whleh were used t. v us in
making our report, have been deposited in lh<? office of
the Department ot Public Works, in the city of Muw York,
there to remain until the 6th day of May, 1873.
III.? That the limits embraced by the assessment afore
said, are as follows, to wit:? All those eertuin lots, pieces,
ortinrcelsol laud contained, lying and being within the
following bounds or limlis, tliut l-> to say ? ? Commencing
I at the point formed by the intersection ol the northerly
I line or side ot 115lh street with the westerly line or side
of the Eighth avenue ; running thence northerly along
I the westerly line or side ot the said Eighth avenue to the
| high water mark of the llarleni River ; Uienoe along the
i said lugli water mark of the Harlem Riveras it winds
I and turns to the Hudson lliver; thence southward! v along
I the easterly side of the Hudson River, at high
water mark as -aid river winds and turns. to
the southerly line or side of l.Vith struct; thence
easterly along the said southerly line or side ot 156th
street to the easterly side of the Boulevard ;
thence southerly, along the suld easterly side of said Bou
levard, to the northerly line or side ot 145th street; and
easterly, along the said northerly line or side ot 145th
street, to the point ?r place of beginning.
I I V.? That our report herein will be presented to the .Su
preme Court ol the State ol New York, at a special term
; thereof, to be held in the New Court House at the City
i II. ill, in the city ol New York, on the 2j>th day of May,
H'.'i, at the op> nlti" of the Court on that day, and that
then and there, or as soon thereafter as counsel can lie
heard thereon, a motion will be inadu that the said report
I be coutiruicd.
HENRY PARSONS, >
WILLIAM J. PARSONS, [Commissioners.
John t. mcoowan, )
NrwYottK, March 19, 1871
IIIM SES, ROOMS, ?i? WA\TKU.
in lliis ('iiy and Brooklyn.
A OENTLF.MAN AND WIPE DP.SIRR PART OF A
Jm House w it h a respectable family in a good neighbor
llood; would take the best ot care ol house tor n party
going abroad or out ef town. Address HALLOW ELL,
5<:4 Broadway.
4 LADY WISHES, WITHOUT HOARD, A MEDIUM
J\ si/.ed Room or large Hall Room, with closet ami sofa
bed ; terms, with gas and good atteiidanec , (4 weekly, tor
the Summer. Address Ki NGSLEY, box J.24I Post office.
A PURMSIIED HOUSE WANTED? IN NEW YORK,
A by a family of adults-, rent taken in board; liest
reference*. Address, tor three days, S. 8., box 1X1 Herald
Uptown Branch office.
A COMFORTABLE LITTLE HOME. ON FURNISHED,
with all modern Improvements, in a good neigh
borhood. wanted tor a small family ; good care taken of
premises; rent about $7011; must be on east side, above
r'lttieth -treet. Apply, in person or by letter, to H. M.
.iacksos, 239 Ea-t Fifty second street
A SMALL FAMILY (THREE ADULTS) REQUIRE
J\ four or five !ight unfurnished Rooms, lor tiouse
keeping, from Fourteenth to Fittieth street. Socond to
Seventh avenue rent not to exceed $4;> or $45. Address,
stating lull partn uiars, W. S. L., Herald Uptown Branch
oflice. _
A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE WISHES TO RENT A
new brown stone House in Sixty-first street, near
Ninth avenue, having three '. would rent all together or
one separate and hoard with parties hiring. Apply to M.
foiuian, on premises.
vol N<i OEN1LEMAN WISHES TO FIND A.
fhrnished Room, with gas. hoi and cold water, in a
private family between Eighth and Eighteenth streets
A
and Second and Sixth avenues; it suited permanent
lodger . reference* given It required. Address, stating
terms, M. A. M,, box 4,554 Post office.
A SMALL PRIVATE F A M I L Y~DE S IK K TO HIRE A
1\ small House, east side, below fiftieth street. Ad
dress ilEMtV, box 133 Herald office.
? SM ALL I ,<Mtl.Y WOI'LD LIRE TO TAKE A PVK
i\ Dished lloese, in pleasant location, at low rent (or
Summer ; best reference as to eare and responsibility.
Aihire.-s I). M., box 153 Herald Uptown Branch office.
BY A MAS AND WIFE, FOUR UNFURNISHED ROOMS
for iight housekeeping in u Protestant family, cen
tral and good location: rent unite moderate ; references
exchanged. Address M. A. , Uptown Herald office.
YjlURNISHED SIT UNO ROOM AND TWO BEDROOMS
r wanted- East side town preferred Address, with
I full particular', W. W. W , box 131 Herald Uptown Branch
I office. ______
WANTED? BT DAY V. A THIiKK STORY BIOS
1 TT stoop brown stone House, modern Improvements,
iu perfect order and first class neighborhood, tor desira
ble and responsible tenant; above F. rtieth Street.be
| twee it H iftli and Eighth avenues; from $1,500 to $2,000.
t!U; TAVUS BKAMSON, 24,1 Broadway, room W. *
I \1 "ANTED A BAS1.MKNT AND SUB-CELLAr!
TT about 80x100 each, or other large Rooms, suitable
' for a prlntlmr establishment, either wijh or without
I power. Address C. y, Station A., with lull particulars
| and price.
1 If ANTED? A V I NFURNIHHRD ROOM (PRIVATE
I T? house preferred) lor storing light articles of Furui
' lure, Address STORAGE, lloruhl oflice.
i IV ANTED- AT A MODERATE RENT, A PUkNISIIRD
1 TT Hou?e of Id or 12 rooms, near the Central Park, or
on the Hudson, south of Yonkers. Address, stating fuit
partietilars and rent. L. V., Herald office.
11' ANTED? THE LOWER PART OF A FURNISHED
TT house, or n first or second Floor, with Crotoii water,
for a careful family of three ait ults, between Lexington
and sixth avenues, above Twentieth street; terms $50 to
$?) per month. Address PROMPTNESS, Herald office.
VV ANTED? A HIGHLY RESPECTABLE PARTY,
?T with handsome furniture tor two floors, in u first
cla-s private hoarding house uptown, near the Fifth
Avenue Hotel, and to assume churge of the same from
1st ol May Ni.oe but persons with highest reference need
rs 8., box 141 Herald Uptown Branch office.
apply to Mrs.
\1' AS I > D? UNFURNISHED FLOOR, FOR LIGHT
TT housekeeping; good neighborhood, between Second
and Sixth avenues. Fourteenth and Thirtieth streets.
Ret-rcnces. state prlee and number of rooms. 128 West
Twentieth street. _ ____________________
WANTED ro HIKE SMXIf. IIMsE OR LOWER
M Halt of large House . good tenant . within 5 minutes
ot Macy ?. P A HM LY, iu7 Uudsoa street.
In the Country.
WANTED- A FURNISHED HOUSE, IN HOBOREN,
TT by a small family of adults. Address L. H.,
Herald office.
riT ANTED ? AT MODERATE RENT, FOR SUMMER
TT boarder*, a largo, comfortnblv ftrnlsheil Ileus",
shaded gronnds, ras_\ aei- 'ss t. > eity and deaot essentials,
ea-ole, pret'eired. Addre s iilif l iookiyn Br.iO'ill
II raid oftlce.
ANTED? A PUM.V V I' IS N I * ::i? H'H'SE H'lflf
f.ilile lor oi.e v .1% in , hea it In I" . i"'1 a ??,:i
). - 1 I. i,-. 10 , ?,.1K. \.ia ? ,s be 1 .).?** ->??*
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