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WHOLE NO. 14,103.
D1KECT0RI FOR ADTERT1SERS.
AMUSEMENTS?Pni Pack?5th and 6th coll.
tSTKOLOUY?12th Pack?Ith coL
ILLIARD8? 12th Pack?ttth col.
BOARDERS WANTED?2? Pack?"ith col.
BOARD AND LODOING WA.NTED-2D PACK-3th aad
6th coll.
BROOKLYN BOARD?2n PACK-flth col.
BROOKLYN HEAL ESTATE KOK SALE?3d PaCS?lit
coli
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES?8th Pack.
Bl. SI.NE8S NOTICES?7th PACK-Bth col.
CITY REAL ESTATE FOR SALE?2d Pacr-IH coL
CLERKS ANI) SALE8MRN ?12th Pack?2d col.
CLOTHING?12th Pack?Ith col
COACHMEN AND OAKDKNKHS?13th Pack?2d and 3d
coli.
COASTWISE STEAMSniPR?lit Pack?6lLcoL
COPARTNERSHIPS?Sth Pica.
COUNTRY hoahit? h, l> .nv?tlOi cnl
SANC1NO aCaOHMIES?frrn Pack?3th col.
EXTISTRY?12m Pack?4th coL
SKY GO<IDS?1 st Pack?5th col. ??
WKI.LING HOUSES TO LET. FURNISHED AND UNFl'RNISHKD-2r>
Pack?3d col
EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS? 1#t 1'auk?5tl? ind Oth col*.
EUROPE?12th pick?44b col.
FINANCIAL?Sth tack.
FOR SALE?2sd PAOK?flth col. ,-T
FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
2n Pack?3d And 4th col*.
FURNITUHK-Om Pack?1th col. ...
FRENCH ADVERTISERKNTS-12th Pack?4th col.
HELP WANTED-FKM ALES?lam Pack?1st And 2d col*.
HELP WA.NTHD-MALES-l.Tit Pack?3d And 4t.lt Col*.
HORSES. CARRIAGES, Ao.?1st PACK-2d, 3d, 4th and
ftth cols.
HOTKLS?Ji> rAOE-fith col. ? . _ ...
HOUSES, ROOMS, AC., WANTED?2d Pack?4tU and oth.
col*.
INSTRUCTION?Iat Pack?oth col.
JERSEY CITY. HoHoKEN. HUDSON CITY AND BERGEN
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE?2d Pace?1st col'
LECTURE SEASON?1st Pack?5th col.
LOST AND POI ND?1st Pack?1st col.
MACIIINKKY-2D PAGK-?thcol.
MARBLE MANTELS?2n Pa<;k?6th col.
MKDICAI 2d Pack?lith col.
MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKINO?1 st Pack?5th eoL
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTlsKM EN fS?10th Pack4th.
5th mil 6th cols.
MUSICAL?Pth Pack?4th ct-1.
HEW PUBLICATIONS?7tii Pack?Oth col.
PERSONAL?1st Park?1st col. ?*
PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, AC.?frrH Pack?4th col.
POST OFFICE NOTICE?1st Pack?5th col.
PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WASTED-FEMALES?
' 12tii Pack?1st col.
PROPERTY OUT OP THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO
RENT?2d Pack?1st and 2d cols.
REAL F.SI'ATK TO EXCHANGE?2p I'agk-2d col.
REAL ESTATE WANTED?2n Pace?2d coU
RELIGIOUS NOTICES-Ist I'aok-l?t col.
REWARDS?1st PAOE-lst col.
BALKS AT AUCTION? 12th Pack?5th and Ctlt col*.
SITUATIONS WANTED?PEMALES-Hth Paok, And.
12rn Pack?1st col.
SITUATIONS WANTED?MALES?12m Pack?2d col
SPECIAL NOTICES?1st Pack?l*t nnd 2d cols.
SPORT!NO?DOGS, BIRDS, Ac.?1st Pack?2d col.
STORAGE- 12tii Pack -Oth col.
THE TRADES?12th Pack? tih col.
THE TURK?1st Pack-'JU col.
TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES?2n PACK-2d col.
TRAVELLERS' GUIDE?1st Pack?6th col.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
2n Pack?llh col.
WANTED TO PURCHASE?Oth Pack?1th col.
WATCHES, JEWELRY. AC ? 12th Pack-4th col.
WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OR
TO LET?2d Pack?1st col.
YACUTS, STEAMBOATS, AC.?IOth Pack?1th col.
PERSONAL.
Asylum?cam you come usual train Tomorrow.
Call at Llbrnrv. dknce.
?*qanada-?no go."
T3 BODY-CAN SEE MF. KVKUY DAY THIS WEEK
JTJ. at (Reason's new billiard room, 03 Nassau at.; Sucit in
the land.
TLIORTY-EK1IITII STREET.?TUESDAY, 2NTII, ATTWO.
JD Toloiri aj.il If possible. SIXTEENTH STREET.
G~ EORGE W. BROWN.?WILL HE i'LE AS Eli TO SEE
yon 21).
GXENTLKMAN WHO ADMIRED YOUNG LADY
JT riding toward Fulton ferry Monday, It's A. M., wonid bo
greatly pleased with hor acquaintance. 1'lcaso address
ADMIRER, Herald office.
Geokhb-TIii:ke WILL bb A LETTER in box 132
at the H. ralil office. CLARA.
"VfLLK. DE RAVKNKY" OR nER SISTER-A
ill friend wnnta to know where you aro living. Address
MEXICAN. Herald office.
IT?R.-A.NXIOUSLY WAITING TO HEAR IIOW,
you nre, so I can coins. Address as before.
_ C. B. A
WANTED?THE ADDRESS OF JOHN HAMILTON'
who had apartments at No. S Bedford-place. Wm
A. B., Stevens House. Broadway.
WILL TIIK TWO YOUNG LADIES I'ERMIT TIIB
honorable acquaintance or the two gentlemen that
alighted at 23.1 at. from stage, about 4 :1"> I*. M. yesterday f
If so address CHARLEY. Herald office.
TX7ILL HANDSOME, TALL. ELEGANT LADY IN
Ii black silk drcaa, shawl and light hat, who noticed gentleman
at Stern Brothers', in 0th ?v., Monday afternoon,
communicate with one who urduntlv admired her, mentioning
some circumstance. Address ALl'llA BETA, bog 101
Herald Uptown Branch office.
EKMBIOPg NOTICES.
Moody and sankf.y.
Hlptodroine Building.
Noon service fforn 12 to 1 o'clock every day.
Wpmrn's mectingdrom 1 to 1 :4Aln Fourth avenue batl.
There will be no 4 o'clock service tills week. A Christian
( ourtiiuinn ot minister* una tavtncii win do nem on Wednesday
anil Thursday, at 10 and 3 o'clock each d y. Tickets
required t< r each service: to be had upon application. Kegular
service every.night at 8 o'clock, and overflow meeting at
same hour in Fourth avenue hail. No tlceete are required.
Young men's meeting;. Fourth avenue hall, every ni|tht at
9 o'clock, and Saturday night meeting at Association llatl,
23d at. and 4th av., at 8 o'clock.
No service nt the Hippodrome on Saturday, and no noon
moating ou Sunday.
L(IM' AM> JKtH VI).
J'.OflT?AT UNION LEACCE THEATRE. THURSDAY
J evening, 23d inst., a Diamond Star. Reward at 31
ashlngton square.
L~ OST?A OKAY AND M VKIt COLORED SETTER,
from 300 Madison av., with silver ploted chain collar.
Any one returning same to shove number will be well rewarded
and no questions usk< d.
I" OST-flOO REWARD?ON~ SATURDAY EVENING,
J 25th Inst., between H a-nl 10 o'clock, a gold limiting
stcm-wlndlng watch. No. fiitliK), Ciias. Frodsham maker.
The above reward will be paid by TIFFANY A CO.. and no
auestlons asked on its return.
TOLKN?FROM THE FOOT OF PIER 34 NORTH
River, an 18 foot Jung Boat; number of license 337.
The Under will receive 910 reward by leaving the same at
60 Harrison it. No questions asked. Stolen last Thursday
night.
RKWAKDS.
d?r: REWARD.?LOST, LAST THURSDAY, FROM 414
?PO 5th at., a white Spita or fox Dog; answers to the
name of Ruse. No questions asked.
dM)/\ I.K WARD? (AND NO MOREi WILL BE
<P''v iriven for the return of a small medallion lot with
rabies nnil small diamonds ; lost going through 3t>th ?V, between
fith and tfth hvs. . to 'J.ld st. ferry by 8th av. and 23d
at. cart. Return to 3M West hOth st.
SPKtlAL, MITICKK.
AMERICAN INSTITUTE.?THE ANNUAL MEETING
of tills Institute will bo held on Thursday, April B,
1870, at tha hall of the Historical Society. 2d av., corner
11th at., at 1% O'clock P. M ORESTES CLEVELAND,
President. ('has McK. Ltom, Recording Secretary.
A?ISAA" O. BOVCE, 267 BROADWAY, LAWYER.?
Divorces obtained promptly, without publicity ; desertion,
Incompatibility, habitual drunkenness, infidelity, Inhuman
treatment, conviction of felony, Ps??p.rt? obtained.
A -ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY.
, Next drawing April 4,
1 Prise ol Spanish dollars too.000
1 Prise of Spanish dollars Iii.isiO
2 Prises of, each, Spanish dollars ?l
1 Prise ol Spauish dollars lt'.'JOt)
aud 934 othor Prlres.
Extraordinary Havana Drawing.
First Prise,
One Million Spanish dollars.
Drawing April 24,
German Government Lotteries.
Full explanatory eiirulars free.
THEODORE ZSCHOCB.
Post oflice box JJM, 116 Nassau St.. Now York.
A -KENTUCKY HTATK LOTTERIES OK J. S. 8MITU
. A CO.
kk.xTccar, rxtka rutsa no. 353. ro? 1876.
10, 72. 44. 3, 33, 7<>, 29. .19, 58, 47, 2, 28.
KStRTt CXT, CI.ASS SO. 3.14, fOR 1870.
43. 7. 55, X 29. 49, 27. 42. 71. 21, 17. 10.
All oiilnrs address B NATHAN, box 4.870 Post office.
New York city, I
A l> I D L' w! L UL'UdllV A i%<\
A? Kentucky rtinte letter!** drawn dailr.
Royal Havana Lottery drnwn every 17 day*.
Kentucky Single Number Lottery, drawn April J9. 1*70.
Prtira cashed. Information furnl*lifl and circular* free.
|H(| Hroa'lway. Pint office bo* 3,11711, Nrw York.
(1harlks a mant
J K* Clerk of the 81. Louie Lend Court. ex State ana
County Collector of the Ilcienura (or MUeaprl, rx-merul>er
f the City Council, ex mrmhor of th* Nallonal Dtmwralle
Committee al Kt. Louie. Mo . No. Hid Pine at., will attend to
the property of non resident*. will make sale lnxe*tnienta of
money for tlioae Itarintr money (o loan, will take charge of
the property of aon-teeidnnt. and pay their laxea. tran.acl a
general exchange and property brokerage btiaineta, both
real and personal
Those who wl?h to either bny. aell or exchange valnea of
any kind with partira In St. ],niiW or tlie Soutliwe.t are inTiled
to correapono with me, reforenca* furulelied.
CHARLES A. MA NTT.
Yvskasra ok men a sp: ciai.ty
J 9 HENRY A. DANIELS. M. D? 144 Lexlnston ar.,near
|19th it. Olflce lioura from H to 3.
EXTK YORDINaRY HAVANA LOTTERY.
Firat I'riae, a
One million Snenltb dollar*.
Second Prire,
Half a million Spanish dollar*.
German Gos-vminent Lottrrie.
WACHsMANN a CO.. Rnnkerf,
box 3,11 h Poet office. 7o and 77 Naiatu at.
HAVANA LOTTERY"?NEXT DRAWING APRIL 4TII
fS.IOO ticket*. tllfl prlxea, amounting to A">70<*?).
Capital prlie. f l<?>,OUt?. ror particular! eddrraa B. M.VKTINr.Z
A CO.. Hankers, 10 Wall ?(.. basement.
Bo* 4.082, Pn?t office.
K_4.'llROXtO CATARRH. DEAFNESS; IMPROVED
a method: inrtantauenu. relief; permanent cure*
Dr. STODDARD. No. 8 Wen 1Mb ok
MRS. STODDARD AND MAsTKR HOUOII. PHYSICAL
end MatrHallalng Vedlnnu, give elttinaa lor on*
week. et 4ftH tlth ear.; Independent ?late writing, giving
Manic a in lull, hodnean, Ac, from 10 A M to 5 P. M. Ma
Mrialulng aeaoco evening*. Door* cioM At 9 o'clock.
E NE
NEW
SPECIAL. T/OTICKS.
A ?
ui.sr.Ar-e.--s ur .nt.i.
The Importance of the healthiness of the nervoua
system cannot be overeatiuiated: it* power over II'e
and death and the direct bearing which it hat on
human happlncaa seems to be recognised; ita capabilities
ita iiuaiitiea and ita powers; the iinpnrtaoce of ita healthful
preservation. ita moderate u.?ea, the danger of overtaxing it,
whether through thought, study, or intense application
in mental investigation and research; whether by the
absorbing attention necessary to the conduct of complicated
and momentous business interests, or by the excessive
indulgence of the appetites and propensities of the
system. Ail these are proper subjects lor consideration, aa
also the knowledge of what is moderation, what is excess,
and when these exist the absolute necessity uf promptly
seeking advice from an expert who, for a long series of
vgara, has devoted hiswhole tliue and attention to the study,
investigation and treatment uf all the maladies of this important
department, to accurately determine the diseased
conditions, their nature, causes and origin, whether arising
from the waut of exercise, its irregularity or excess, and who.
trnm his experience and practice, has learned to discover at
once the derangemsnt and as promptly apply the remedy,
thns avoiding the painftilly slow feeling aher tho truth, so
common to the inexperienced and so annoying to the patient.
who, very naturally, wants to know without delay
what Is the matter, the "extent of the derangement, the
probabilities of recuperation and the time required.
A striking example or the value of experience and practical
observation, ss well as tho usefulness of the prompt application
of suitable remedies, is found In tho important
statement, coming, not from one, but a dozen public institutions.
not only at home but abroad, that a very large proportion
of those who suffer ftotu raeutal disturbance and absolute
Insanity permanently recover, who are placod under
treatment within n year alter the first symptoms have manifested
themselves.
It the intellectual department or the brain has become exhausted
by intense mental application, depriving it ot the
power of connected thought, it can only recover its strength
by being properly Ted au<l nourished by tiie use of certain
systematic method*. It is precisely so in every other department,
whether of appetite, propensity or passion, each
reaulrlng a different remedy for its recuperation and different
means for bringing them up from their overworked ano exhausted
conditions. The importance of this hrnnch of medical
practice can scarcely bo overratod, for it reachesatren to
the perpetuation of family names, the securing of hereditary
titles and tho retuntluu of estatos In the same family.
From a long and large experience in this direction I have
been able to command by my success the thankful appreciation
of some of the first families in the city and nation; and
I certainly can communicate ranch to cultivated minds in
connection wttn my practical experience in wn? pertains i?i
the over-exercise of every department of the nervous system
and the means of recovering their poweri, whether of brain,
appetite, propensity or passion.
UENRY A. DANIELS, M. D..
144 Loxington av., near 20th st.
Honrs, 8 to 3.
INOFFICIAL" DKAWINC. KK NT V CK Y~ST AT E LOT.
teries. 8tM.MO.YS. DICKINSON A CO.. Managers.
KKNTUCKV, KXTItA CLASS WO. 245? MARCH 27. 1876.
71/50, 21, 65. .'>6. 53, 36. 15, 14. 20. ?. 30, 70.
xf.mtccxt, class wo. 240?march 27, 1876.
47, 5, 60. 1, 10. 34. 36. 44. 5s, 13, 61. 54, 14.
HKNRT. KXTItA CLASS wo. 145?MARCH 27, 1676.
44. 71, 7, 22. 2. 87, 61, 40, 43, 57. 13, 30, 38,
HKWItr, CLASS WO. 144?? MARCH 27, 1876.
42. 72, 21, 36, Hi, 40, 35. 46, 4, 2. 77, 10. 7.
Full information by applying to or addressing J. CLUTE,
200 Broadway, or box 4.060 1'oit office.
?SIMMONS, DICKINSON k CO.'S OKAND
monthly Distribution, on the Ilavaira plan to be
drawn April 2i); also Royal Havana of Cuba draws April 4.
Full Information by applying to or addressing J. OLUTK,
200 Broadway, or box 4,069 l'ost office.
EBVOU8 EXHAUSTION.?A~ MEDICAL E8SA Y,
comprising a series of lecturesdcllverod at Kahn's Moseum
of Anatomy. New York, on the cause and cure of Premature
Decline, showing inriisnutahly how lost health may
he regained, affording a clear synopsis of tlia impediments to
marriage and the treatment of nervous and physical debility,
being the result of 20 years' experience, l'rlce'25 cents. Address
the author. Dr. la. J. KAHN. office and residence 51
East 10th St.. Now York
?CHtfONHT~CATAKKII, DEAFNESS RADICALLY
i cured by Dr. Keck s unequalled tnethc d.
Dr. HUYT, -1 West 2-.'tli st.
OLD SILK I1ATS MADE OVER INTO THE SPRING
at. viesi cusslmore and telt Hat* cleaned and trimmed
at JOHNSON'S, Broadway.
ILES. PILES. IIEM(IRRIIOIDS OR PILES PERMA
nently eradicated. In two to four weeks, without the
kn'f-, lirature, oiustio or ptln; perfect cure guaranteed in
every instance, and not oue cent charuod until effected.
Or. HOYT, 21 West 24th st.
TJUYNICIA.V.S DES1RINO TO 8KB A CASE OK OANcer
lying ovrr carotid artery, wliidi has been successfullv
removed by our new treatment, can call from 10 to 4
this day. Drs 11ROWN A STOOOARl), No. S West ldtlist.
P" UY8ICIANS.?A SURGEON, WITH OOOD OKKDENtials
as to competency and hospital experience, can
find employment, at tair salary.
Dr. STODDARD. No. 8 West 14th st.
j^oyal Havana lottery.
Grand Extraordinary Drawing,
April 24. 1*711.
Capital prlre,
One Million Dollars.
Only 13,000 tickets; 871 prises, amountiuR to $2.230,000.
Circulars, with full cxplansticns and history, free.
? MARTINEZ A CO., Bankers,
10 Wall at., basement.
Post office box 4,fi82.
Highest rates paid for Havana bauk bills and Spanish gold.
.^EDUCED TO A CERTAINTY.
This is no I CllVim(X'n I This I, no
L?tt?ry. ] ti*Kk. | Lo"""
$000,000 annnaily distributed in cash.
Next drawing April 3.
NEW YORK INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION COMPANY,
legalised by special net of the Legislature.
President, John C. Robinson.
ex Lieutenant Governor Slate of New York.
Vice President, lion. W. L. Grant, ("ovingtou, Ky.
Secretary, U. B. Pond, New York city.
We dlvido commissions with customers.
Wholo Bonds. $10; Halves. $0 7.3; Quarters, $3; CertlP.rates
securing the premium from the date thereof on a single
bond. $1; six tor $3. The least a bond cau draw la $31;
the highest, $10:\0UA Thero are no blanks. Here Is an
excellent chance for losere In lotteries to get even in this.
Circulars, with full information, mailed frtfe.
Address ALLEN. KDWAr.DS A KOKDHAM, Bankers, 7D
Nassau st.. New York city,
STUTTER!N t i - C'~h7sT A M ME RING INSTITUTE (DR.
White). 417 4th av.; best city roforences; no pay until
perioctiy enrol. ?. ail ?r wnn ior circniar.
S" Iri TEKIXO- EFKECTTTJALLY REMOVED?CONKIdetico
guaranteed: abundant reference*. Address, lor
circular, AMERICAN VOCAL INSTITUTE, 11X1 Waverlcy
place.
S~ECOND LOUISIANA GOLD DUlTRtljVTIUN.
At New Orleans, April 20, I87H.
Capital Prise, $100,000!
3,580 Prises. amounting to $502,500.
All paid in Gold.
Only 20,000 Ticket*, at $00 each, currency.
Tenth* and Twentieth* In proportion.
For Information, circulars. Ac., atldreas or apply to
No postponement*. WILLIAMSON A CO., Broker*.
Bo* 0,0-0 Post office. 317 Broadway, corner Thome* *t.
UK 1IIGUS8T BONANZA.?THOSE DErURINO T>
enlist in *n -organisation now being formed to emigrate
to the Black tiille, the future El Dorado, are requested
to meet at Glass >n?t Billiard Room, No. XI Nassau
St., tO-4hty. between i and TO P. Jf. G. II. A.
tf. | cn nill| ?wTOMiNO lotteK? NEW
iploUi""o> sib-me. nrt,i"00 prises; one chance in
three. Draw* March 30. Tickets $1 ; six for $">. Circulars
mailed free. Prises ctshcd. ALLEN A CO., 70 Nassau ?t ,
New York.
SPOKTl&G?noes, birds, sc.
piOSOS SHOOTWO. - IB A P VINE WILL SHOOT MB.
j Oildcrstee* e two matches, *l single Idrd*, on Wednesday.
the 29lh. at Dextir's Grounds, I-ongtlsland I'lnb; one
at 21 yards. the second a: 25 yards; Glljeraleeie to use both
barrels to I'alnc's one. riliootlag to bogin at A P. II.
the Tear.
Vl'CTION A If te FRENCH POOLS WILL IIE HOLD
this eronliig and all dnv Wednesday, at the NEW YORK
TL'RP EXCHANGE, 15 West -Mh St..on the BILLIARD
MATCH between BKXTON and VltiNALX IN PARIS.
FRENCH 1'OoLN closo Wednesdsv at rt P. M.
kf.lly. bliss .? co
LOTION AND FIlKNcII POOIATNOWOPKN ~AT
Thomas' Exchange, 1,289 Broadway, on the great
International tlUlinrd Match between Maurice Vlgnnux. of
Franr*, find William Sexton, of New York.
<;K<> M. THOMAS. |
HOIUkl, CARRUen, M .
A -SECOND HAND CARRIAHKi?1 TOP DOEtiART.
. by Krrwater A Co. ; I lljjlit Rorkaway, 1 Depot
Wagon, I llrenvter Road Wagon, I top Wagon. 1 Skoloton
Wagon. 1 Sulky, Una aaaortment of (op and open Road
Wauon* nod tup I'ony Rbuctnna; ali-o Tour Mat cxlenaion top
l'haeton* of our make kM. II. ItHAY, I ,IUI Hsndwi;.
A~-IO* tfCBINKSS WA?W?H. RKl.OW ft 1ST, r'fiit
ttprtM, grocer*. hatrkto, bakera. milk, <l*pot, laundry.
package delivery W?p,iii, $10 to fluU. Wagon Menufactor*.
2:1(1 Spring at.
-FOR SA1.K? KDJHT HORSKS. SCITAHI.E K<'R
fatniara; any baainaat; price from SJ3 to fl'JO; trtal
allowed. .V> South 5th a*., near llleecker.
-r<>R S.iLiT ciikai*r A U)T ok oooiT work
a bora**. Apply at No. :t Vaitry at.
TTia'W vAI.L'K-THHKR HOUSE* Yor\i7 t\n
a Mind, f-k1, #75, $tH5;nlao Trnek Magon. llarucaa. i
1 I'd Henry a*.
0ENTLKJCAN'sViST IIAV MARK. ROAD VVACO.V
and llarnt?a. all lor t**>; Rar*, #250; trary way right.
27B Wait ?lli at.
-roR ~sALK. 8KVKN IIORSKS~PItOI'KKTY OF
. dcceaacd; (It for farming. truck, grocery or general
uaa ; at half value ; tilal allowed at litl Sullivan at., between
flouaton and I'tiuce.
COMPLETE ROAD~KSTABUISHMr.XT AT A 8ACrlHfd
?-S irr?l (laklilif a I ft *. li afi.la H vsira nl 1 trnla in
J!*%: aide bar top Wagon. by 1*acli; ilarnr**, Kobe, 4c.
1117 Weat 3*.?th ?t.
A?HOUSES.?HIT II ST, IIIUII STOOP. |H> PER
month; Oreenwieh ar., high atoup, .Oroom*, $117;
J71 h it., Ilouae Hid Stable, pltilt;.others; nlao Furl! toil
nlco Klati; all Improreinenta.
CHRISTALLKR, 17 Abingdon tqnar# (Sth nr.)
C1ARIUAGF. REPAIRS.?WE OFFER CI*USUAL FA/
cilitiea for *o...| and prompt work In onr repair department
I aretul ealin-ate* made when deaired. We fln'ili alt i
.Carriage*, both new and old, with Valentine A Oo.'a American
varnlab, utie<iuatlea in brilliancy and durability by any
earnlali of Knglith manufacture IIRKWSTKR A CO. i?f
Hroome ?t 1, factory, Broadway and 47th at., wareroonn, .'-tli
atr. and 14th at.
1 / 1AFFHKY SULKIES?CKLEBitATBI> FOR T1IF.IR
V lightneaa and durability, ronaldercd by turftnen to l>a
tha moat reliable made; all weight* In stork and hnllt to
order; price fll'Y Addreaa CHARLES 8. CAFFREY.
Camden. S, J. (oppoilta Philadelphia)
VINE. LAR..E, 8IIOWT DRIVING HORSE?WAR
I? ranted erery way right; fine saddle animal; wpnldaxi
auange for cbaanar fur two days. No. V7U JJudtvii it.
W YO
YORK, TUESDAY, MARC
HORHE&, CARKlACiKB, AC.
A -MAJOR CIJAK. W. BARKER. AUCTIONEER.
. KXEttCTOR'8 HALF..
THE EVENT OF THK SEASON.
The entire well known private Road Establishment of the
late J. R. MORTIMER, of lloboken, at public auction ut
KAKKKR A SON'S City Auction Mart iuiI New Vork Tetter alle,
cornerol Broadway an Idtith at., on Wednesday (to-morrow),
March 2it, at 11 > clock, and comprising a bountiful pair
of chestnut Tiott in,; Mores, MILL Ul KLniid.M ATB. both trot
bv Herr'a Mambriuo Patchen. datu of one br .strnder'e I J. M.
Clay. Jr., dam of the other by Alexander') Pilot, Jr.; are
l.V4 nigh ; toiled 1 suit and 1S70; aru game and very stylish
drivers; bava trotted together In J ;.V<; are unequalled a? a
gentleman's road tram nnd ara warranted round and kind.
The celebrated brown trotting gelding NICKEL (the winner
of several very fust wagon race* over the M vatic and
Beacon trucks, Kostun, iast season) ; cot by Ooneial Knox,
dam by ttie brew horse; high: foaled 1808: u linn, large,
amiable dlsposilloued griding: has no record better tban
2:44; can trot heats close to 2:30; is warranted
sound and kind. Tito fa t brown trotting
Gelding SilORKH AM. got by Ilraco, dam Dy Ryxdyk's Hambletonian,
15.2)* high, fo iled IKi'.i; lias shown a trial of
2.rai. and it is believed, if trained, will rnnk with the best;
very finely sailed, warranteil sound and kind. The brown
trotting Mare KLI.A WESTERN. got by Young America,
dsm by Vermont llamblptmiinii, t.V4 high, foaled lHfitt; an
rlegao t driving mare; lias allown several trials of from 2:37
to 2:431 Is galtod like a piece of machinery, and la warranted
sound and kind. The chestnut Gelding MYRON, got
by Daniel Lambert, dam by Nonpareil, 15high, foaled
1888; has a record of 2:45U; warranted sound nnd kind.
Also elegant Park Phneton, by Broome et. Brewster; top
side-bar Wagon, hv Broome st. Brewster, l'ole midshafts;
top side bar Road Wagon, by R. M. Stivers; Trnca Skeleton
Wagon, by R. M. Stivers; tine no top Rand Wagon, double
and single Harness. Clothing, Robes, Whips. Ac. Stock now
on EXHIBITION at the mart. Sale positive. No postponement.
\ -MAJOR CHAR. W. BXRKER, AUCTIONEER.
. V THK SECOND extraordinary salo of fashlonniiiy bred
Trotting Stock,bred by HON. A. B. CONGER, of tho Wuhlbcrg
rtud, llkverstraw, N. Y.. will take place at BARKER
A SON'S City Auction Mart and New York Tuttarsalls. corner
of Broadway nnd H9tlt st , on WKDNKSDA V ItO-raafTOW).
.March 21), at 11 o'clock, and comprise TWENTY-SIX HEAD
of Stallioas, Stallion Colts, Brood Mares nnd Fillies.
AMONG THE stallions are Mngnet <2:3<)). by Consternation
; Ktnperor (2:321, by Toronto Chief. Among the stallion
coits are Viceroy,by Dextrous; Dare Devil, by Mad
Anthonv, and I'rince of ft aldberg. by Solitaire (son of Rysdvk's
Hamblotonlsn), out of I'rlticessa. by Logan (son of
Kysdyk's Hambieto?lan), graoddatn the world famous trotting
marc PRINCESS.
TtlE BROOD mares to be oiferod Include the get of Markwood
Hero, imported Tom Crib, ltysdyk's Haiubletnnian,
Major Low, Ac., and are all in foal to Solitaire, Wild Irishman,
Major Low, Jr., and others.
THE FIILIK8 Include the get of Nitrogen 01:30), Bedford
(2:20), Wild Irishman, Dextrous, Manfred. Joe Hooker,
Marl Antlinnv Jtr nnrl arc fk nt hih'Ii mli'lirntfil
mures a* SUNT AG. 80UBRKTTE. Ac.. Ac.
STOCK NOW at tno marl for dxhihitlon np to sale. Catalogues
now ready at tlio Spirit nit<l Turl olhces ami at the
mart. Sale positive and without reserve. No postponement
on account or weather.
-MAJOR CflABLRS W. BARKER, AUCTIONEER.?
. BY ORDER of the
AMERICAN EX I'KliSS COMPANY,
WILL BE sold, positively without reserve, on Saturdny,
April I, at 11 o'clock, at flAHKER A SON'S City Auction
Mart and New York Tatteraall's, corner of Broadway and
3ttth St., about
TWENTY EXPRESS AYAOON8,
COMPRISING POUR-bono Wagons,
two-horse Wagons, Monev Wa.-ons and a large lot of douhlo
and single EXPRESS HARNESSES.
WILL BE on exhibition the day before sale.
^ItAJOR CHARLES VY. BARKER. AUCTIONEER?
. On Wednesday (to-morrow), Mnrrh '2H. at 11 o'clock,
will he offered for positive sale at BARKER A SON'S City
Aoctlon Mart and New York Tsttersall'a, cornorol Broadway
and 3i?lh St., the world FAMOUS chostnat Trotting Gelding
LICENSE, 13>? high, 13 years old. with record of 2:.0 in
barnesi and 2 :28 to the pole; ii plonsant and safe for any
one to drive, and has won tonis of the most reinarknhly contested
races on record; is KINKR and EASTER now than
ever before, and will B K AT 3:20 the coming season; Is now
on exhibition at the mart.
GREAT, IilPORT ANT, ABSOLUTE AND UN11KBERVK1)
SALE,
BY PUBLIC AUCTION.
THIS DAY (TUESDAY). MARCH 28. AT
11 O'CLOCK. PROMPT.
ATTI1K STABLE NO. 3 NEILSON PLACE. MERCER ST.,
BETWEEN WAVKKLKY AND CLINTON PLACES
AND IN REAR OP THE NEW YORK HOTEL,
of the Entire Stock of the fast and well known Horsos, elegant
Carriages, Harness, Ac.. Ao.,
the nropert.v of Dr. J. Walker, who sails lor Hamburg per
steamer Wlcland, March 3d, and consequently is forced to
sell to highest bidders, without regard to cost or value;
BY CHAR. C. DUPE. AUCTIONEER;
including one of flrei-t ueiilh mini'; road or track Horses
in the State; he is 1">X high, 7 years old, was sired by Golddust,
dam bv Kentucky Hunter; he is in color a bright sorrel.
is h straight, nroimit and level trolter. can nulla road
wagon in 2 and can speed a 2 :2."? gait; lio is well known
on road unci |.ark, anil is seldom beaten: he has no nubile
record, having never trotted for money; trotted at Narragan<ott
Park last fall, owner driving. a private trial, in
2:31!.,; ho is warranted sonnd and kind.
Also the last and handsome Gray Mare T.ady Clydo, 1.1^
1 ands, I! years old ; was bred liy Hcult K Weils, Paris, Ken
tooky; was sired by Clark Chief; dam thoronirlibred; she is
a treat roadster; she trotted three heats in 2 c-tl'a, 2:39 and
2 :4.': she was beaten by a neck in 2:'J3 last fall and since
been used on road only; she is fully warranted sound and
kind.
Fine Brown Gelding. 15k high, o years old, and sired by
Magna t liana; dam an Abdullah mare, with record of
2:24'n', known as I lie Bailey mare; ho was raised at Kalamasoo,
Mich., and tri.tted a mile ou track at that place in
2-38; ho lias Improved iu speed since; Is very docile and
gentle in si aide or harness; warranted sound anil kind
The beautiful dark steel crvy fielding Duplex, 13i| hands
high. 7 rears old; was sired by General Knox; dam liy Toronto
Chief; can show a mile ins.de of 2:40? he has lull
mnne and tall nod IS one of the safest horses driven on road
ami warruuted sound and kind.
TUe very fast hay trotting Mare Pauline; she Is 15}^
hands, M vesrc old; wassireubv Pilot; dam by llnmhletonian;
was"raised in Kentucky; fa a pure and level trotter;
doeanot pull, la good In company and an excellent polo
raaro, and ran always co to track in good condition and trot
in 2 :30; owner has had several trainers ofTer to take this
mare and handle her free of charge; she la vorygentle; can
be driven by ativ one and is warranted sound and kind.
The elegant and fast young bay trotting Horse known aa
Red Dick. I.r><a b inds high, 7yours old; ivas sirpd hy young
McrteJ, us In diisiidwu I TOT k geu.Icinsms road noise tie has
few c,,uals, being stylish, genteel, safe and fast; he can bent
2:43 to road wagon and speed a 2 :33 gall and is extra free
pleasant and prompt driver; ranks No. 1 and Is warranted
sound and kind.
The handsome and reliable black Gelding Commodore,
IS VJ hands high, 8 years old; was sired by Cassius M. Clay,
dam a full sister to the dam of George Palmer; ho has
trotted on Fleetwood Park In 2 and conld always trot below
2:27; he Is one of the most attractive trotting horses to
be seen; has a rapid, open and pure gait; has any amount of
endurance; be is without a record, which renders liim very
valuable for track purposes; he is wnrranted snur.d and kind.
The celebrated bay trotting Mare Kitty. l l>i hands high,
7 years old; sired by Ethan Allen, dam the dam of Plato;
she can trot in 2 :30 sure: Is pure galled and welt behaved;
sale for the most timid to drive and warranted sound and
kind.
Fast mahogany bay trotting Gelding 15.2!, hands high,
7 years old, sired by Kentucky Clay, dam by Woodpecker;
he is one of tho finest and best guited trollers that
goes the road: has Ann action and endurance, amiable disposition,
powerfully galled; hns and can now trot below
2:40, and owner believes, with twrntv davs' handling, he
can be made to trot well down in thirties; he la warranted
sound and kind.
Carriages consist of I perk Phaeton. 1 Coupe Rockaway,
1 C spring pony Phaetnu. 1 (Jueen's Phaeton, 4 top lull
spring ana side-bar K6ad Wagons, 1 sot lino double Harness,
3 sets One single Harness, Blankets, Robes, Whips,
i..
N.B.?Stork now on exhibition at stable as above, aixl will
be shown in harness at any time prior to sale.
AH will be sold to highest bidders, without limit or restriction;
a full warranty given with earn horse, aud ani|>ie
timo allo.vod purchasers for trial and examination, -'ale
positive, rain or shine.
GENTLEMEN AND CONNOISSEURS or KINK STOCK
AKK INVITKD TO CAUL AND EXAMINE STOCK BEKORK
SALE.
T'itblic AUCTION.
GREAT AND IMPORTANT BANKRUPT SALE
OK VALUABLE AND IIIOH BRED
ROAD AND PAMILY HORSES.
ELEGANT CITY BUILT CARRIAOF.H, WAGONS,
KINK HARNESS, AC.. At!.;
THE PROPERTY OK A WELL KNOWN BANK
OFFICIAL.
WHO HAS LATELY BEEN FORCED INTO HANKRUPTCY
AND WHO WOULD HAVE NONE BUT THE CHOICEST,
AI.L OK WHICH MUST BE SOLD TO HIGHEST
BIDDER REGARDLESS OK COST OR VALUE.
THIS DAY (TUESDAY). MARCH 28,
AT II O'CLOCK, PROMPT,
AT STABLE FIRST DOOR EAST OK UNIVERSITY
PLACE, IN I'-TH ST., WHERE THE PROPERTY
HAS BEEN REMOVED
FOR CONVENIENCE OK SALE.
INCLUDING THE BEAUTIFUL BAY TRAM. DAN
nud Nelly; are 0 years old, l.y. hands; fine clean limbi,
l<>ng tails nod (Mil manfa; hosntiful necks and heads, showing
nil the points of endurance as well as great speed; they
driva up In elegant style, without cheeks, at nap norm; can
be driven by a lads : ware ral.ed by Mr. Walker, Lexington,
Kjare half brother and sister; tired by Alexander's Abdullah;
dam of Dan was a niessangsr mere; data of Nelly,
ti'i'Wsinous trotting mare, Kitty Goldsmith, by American
Mat; they have been tisod tor family and road driving;
when owner purchased thetn last Jane they showed a
mi'e under the watch at Lexington. Ky., in 2:41 and repented
In 2 M2)?; they have shown several heats Inside of
Li :4<>. single, and can trot taster now, as they had careful
use; are good under saddle and warranted sound and kind.
HANDSOME AND STYLISH BAY MAIIB, KATE
I Thorn. 7 years old, IS',' hands; raised by Mr Wood. Scott
county, Kentucky; she look first premium at the Elate Fair
when "> years old. as the handsomest and tautest 5-year old,
showing three heats In 2:14. 2:H1 and 2:S2: she was entered
in the 2:20 class last season, winning in 2:28, 2 :2?1
mid 2 2B1*: she is a vcrv desirable xsntlem.in's road ni arc,
as she is a straight, square. loiel trotter: don t lug or pull,
ind can show s 20 gait: she is an excella it pole mare, and
warranted sound ami kind,
KASI BAY GELDING. YOUNG PEA RN AIJGIIT, ?
years old, 15'j hands; dnely nude, showing nil the points
of s fast trotter; tills young horse is woithy tlie attention
of h imentea for l is wonjarful speed and line opon gait;
don't Interfere or wear boots: sited hv Rtsdvk s llainbletonian.
dam Kate Wnd.worth, hv Wondburn Pilot: raised nt
'J :--'4; will) proper training ha will r ink with the bant not
caroiv n? hn ran trut M'vrn heal* without ijtli111nK ; he II
1 tully warranted v tiirl unit kind.
| KINK DARK CIIKHTMI MAKE, t.ADV TEMPI.K, 7
year* old. 15.1* liattda; Sua atjrla ami a t ion: full mane nnd
i tail. raLed by Mr. Tenhrooite, fteoll conrty, Kentucky ; aired
by rieocfcbrtdz* Chief, datu by Htrador'aC. .M. Clay; trotfad
on Ashland Driving I'ark. at *1* year* old, in 2:4tl. without
training; ?he haa been driven an?l ridden hy a lady ; feara
nothing: *111 atalid without tvlag; la a very dcxlra'il* mar*
fur family tt*", and la wnmitifd amind and kind.
N. H.-TIIK AHDVK HORHKH AKK ALL WORTHY
tb* notice of any gentleman In want of anmethlng faat and
relialle, and muat Lo ***n to he appreciated: they were all
*electud by competent judge*, and all pitrrhaaed lent vaaaon
front the bent ?tm*k farm* in thla country; owner would liar*
no horee witli any trtrk, vice, fault or hlerai*h. the pnreltaaer
Itr any of tlid above horae* ran return hint and have ttton *y
refitiiilud If nut found aa warranted : apoed altown and warrantee
Riven ; all are invited to rail end examine aud ride
behln I any of the lioraoa; they will be lonnd atrlctly a* repre
vented.
Carriage* con??t of one elegant oatenalon top Pbaeton,
polo anl ahull*; earriea four pernor*: one haud*oma full
{ ring top Wagon, one bcautiriik top I'ony Phaeton. one
aide bar top Wagon, double and ningie Ilarnea*. line Holtea,
Kerrey l>re*a and atable Blanket*.
HALE ABHO 1.1 TK ASH KO'ITrva. SO POSTPONEk
MP,MT. ItAIS OR SH1NK.
* KILL AND COMPLETE AH0ORT.MENT OP TUE
A "Brewster Wikoii,'1
thn standard for etyle and niiallty,
now ready for inspection at our factory and war* room a.
Broadway and 47th at.,
Stb ae. and I4tb it
Special "attention ia called toonr improvement In aide bar
Wagon*. which enablra us to offer the lightest, safest and
beat riding wagon ever produced.
. bkkw8tkb * CO.. of Broome at
A-sale low, handsome, past, pound, kind
Team, separately or together; safe for lady's riding or
driv.ng; alee lop Wagon, Usmeaa. 1,447 Broadway, near
4otk 14,
RR H
H 28, 1876.?TRIPLE SHE
HOIINES. I'AOlUiVGES. AC.
AUCTION HOCW OK VAN TAHlKLL a KKAKNE),
110 and 112 EA8T 1STH ST.,
NEAK 4TII AV.
REGULAR SALES OK HOUSES AND CARRIAGBS
EVEKV TUESDAY AND FRIDAY.
On every horse I toil is warranted sound or kind And true in
harness, fiom onu to three tiny* is given to test warranters
CATALOGUE OK THIS DAY'S (Tl'ESDAT) SALE,
AT 10 O'CLOCK.
ELEGANT PRIVATE ESTABLISHMENT?GROSS
matched Team, chestnut and bay Horses, 1K,'? Uamla
high, 8 aud 10 year* old. kind aua true in all burnous,
free frciu vice and fault, remarkably gontie. with
splendid ?tyle and appearance; have been uaod fur
tliree years by u private family iu this city; are In
every way safe and reliable; feur nothing and warranted
sound.
SILVER MOUNTED DOUBLE HARNESS, IX GOOD
order, made bv Dunne.
LANDAU, GOOD AS NEW, BUILT BY WOOD BROS.
VICTORIA, ON 8 8PHINGS, BUILT BY BINDER, OF
Paris.
COVERED MOUNTED HARNESS BY WOOD GIBSON.
GENTLEMAN'S TURNOUT?DARK Bl-OOD BAY
Horse, aired by Highland Buy. he out of a Mainbrino
uiaro. dam Lady Shannon, sho by Rys lyk's Old
llainhletnnlan; was purchased by Mr. George II. Allry
of Mr. Charles Baektuau. of Stony Kuril, Orange
county; I* 15', hands high, <1 years old; kind and tree
In nil hnrncrs; free from vice; very stylish; United
when 4 year* old. without training, in 2 Uifta: can now
trot In 2 :V>, or better, and Is warranted sound, kind
and true.
'Sot flue city made Harness, and
TOP WAGON, [\ PERFECT ORDER. BUILT BY R. M.
Stiver
ROAD TURNOUT?TEAM BAY HORSES (OWN
brother*), I5l( hand* high, 7 and 8 yours old; kind
nnd true In sll harness; froe from vlco: have estra
lino stylo and action; have boon used by a private
gentleman for road and carriage driving, and sold ouly
en account of owner going abroad.
Light Double Harness, In good order, and
TOP ROAD WAGON. WITH POLE AND SHAFTS,
built by R. M. Stivers.
BAY TROTTING HORSE. SIRED BY GUT MII.LER.
he by Rysdvk'a llaruhlotoniau. dam by Lexington
(thoroughbred I; Is ir?'hands high, 8 years aid: kiud
and true in all harness: free from vice; very stylish; a
pleasant anil easy driver; dona not nliy or pull; n liuly
enn drive bun al full speed; he lias trotted in 2 :li."> and
can now show better than 2:40; in condition can trot
on >nj good ron l or tiack in J :30, and la warranted
sound.
Set flnc city made Harness.
TOP ROAD IVAlios, lti II.T BY MTNRR A STEVENS.
TKAM ,BKOWN HOUSES, lb HANDS IIIGII, 7 AND 8
years old; kind and true in all harness; tree from
vloo; very stylish; good travellers; have been used
fur carrlago driving and are an excellent team for
general nee.
DOUBLE HARNESS, IN FAIR ORDRR.
LANDAU, IN GOOD OKDKIt, MY 11RKWSTER A CO.
BLACK TROTTING ltORSR. HI HANDS HIGH, ?
years old; kiud and true in all harness; free from vice;
has extra Hue style'and action; trotted on the Hartford
track In 2 :4N and can heat 2 :~>U any time; can
now pull a top wagon with two In better than 8 minutes;
can bo driven by any one and warranted aound.
Also art Harness and
TOP WAOON, NEARLY NEW, BUILT BY BRADLEY,
Tatj A Co.
BAY HUKSK. 8IRKD BY YELLOW JACKET. DAM
1 Mary, a thoroughbred mare; was raised by Mr. Snow,
of Paris, Ky., and is half brother to Thomas L. Youug;
la 1554 hands high, 0years old: kind and true In ail
harness; froe from vice; a prompt and ploasnnt driver;
has never been trained for speed, but trots close to
3 minutes, and Is very promising; has One stylo and
action and warranted 'round.
TOP ROAD WAGON, IN GOOD ORI)BR, BUILT BY
Bates.
BAY TROTTING MARE. lo',' HANDS HIGH, 8 YEARS
old; kin I and true in all harness; free from vice;
very stylish and handsome; an extra roadster; can
trot in 2 :40 single or tn the pule; bus a One open
gait: requires no boots; fours nothing; can be driven
by a lady, and warranted sound. Also flno city mado
Harness and
TOP ROAD WAGON, BUILT HY VANDRIIGAW.
BAY COUPE IIORSK, SIRED HY II AM HLKTONIAN ;
Is IB hands high, 7 years old; kind and true in all harness;
free from vice; very stylish and handsome;
trots in 3 minutes; Is an extra line roadster: fears
nothing, and can bs driven by a lady with perfect
Safety.
OOUPK HARNESS, NEARLY NEW. AND
COUPE, IN GOOD ORDER, BUILT BY ADAMS A
Cone.
BLACK MAKE, IS*! IIAND8 HIGH, 0 YEARS OLD;
kind and true in all harness; free from vice , trots close
to 8 minutes: is very stylish: a ti rat class marc for
family driving, and warranted sound.
TOP l'ONY PHAETON. NEARLY NEW.
DAI'PLK GRAY IIORSK, l(i?i HANDS HIGH, 0. YEARS
old; kind and true in all harnoas; free lmm vice; a
a ioil traveller ami a first class coupe or family carriage
horse.
FOUR WHEELED DOG CART. IS GOOD ORDER.
SEVERAL OTHRR OOOD ROAD, FAMILY AND WORK
Horse*; descriptions time of sine.
clarknch. in perfect order, built by j. b.
Brewster A Co.
BAROUCHI , Ht.MLT BY WOOD BROS.; J ACER WAgous,
Pliuetiitti, Boekawnys. Ac.
SALE COMMENCES AT 10 O'CLOCK.
UCTlON UOOM or ARCH. JOHNSTON,
IS, 21. 2'l and 2o Kith at.,
near University place.
OLDEST AND MOST REM ABLE HOUSE IN THE
CITY.
RKOULAR SALES OK IIORSES AND CARRIAGES
EVERY TUESDAY AND I'KID.VA AT 10 O'CLOCK.
24 hour* to three days' trial on horses warranted sound.
The oldest and most reliable house lu the city.
PARTIAL CATALOGUE of THIS DAY'S s.ilo at 10
id o'clock.
FINK FAMILY ESTABLISHMENT,
-t ELEGANT TEAM BAY HORSES. Hi Lauds, 0 and 7
? years, excellent drivers in single or double liar*s
ness, hsva beau used in both city and country at a
. family carriage team, have no fault or elcoa of any
? kind, ara uot alraid of any thing; any one used to
horsos can drive them; are free aud spirited, but
~ ?entle: well matched In gait. else and color, and
aro In every way a first class team for any uso.
> Warranted sound.
? SET IMPORTED DOUBLE HARNEKS-EnclUh.
? ELEGANT CLARENCE, nearly new, by Loos A
- i'P.\yt brow's CA 1RIAGE HORSES, 10 hand-, 8 !
5 and 0 years old; kind in all harness; free from
X vice ; bare been n -ed as a carriage tram for past
y, three years; are an excellent, steady, reliable
family team: good travellers; not afraid of locomotive
or anything else ; aro In every way a tliorx
otighly reliable team for any use; warranted
sound. I
S BET DOUBLE HARNESS, made to order.
H ELEGANT BAROUCHE, by Miner A Stevens
2 BAA TROTTING HORSE, sir. d by Ethan Allen, dam
a Star mare, full mane nuu tail, I.V4 hands, ft
jS years old: kind in all harness; free Iroin vice: has
t.o.icd in 3 can trot in 3 :.VI to day; has n
g pnrt, free, open gait; lias not a vice or trie* of any
i- Vlnd; does nut shy or pull; la not nhalit of a locomotive
or anything else; is safe even-tor a lady to
? ilrivp, and In every way reliable; sold only lor
want of use.
8KT KINK HARNESS. made to order.
K TOP SIDEBAR Kt)AI? WAGON, nearly now, by Dual
senlntry A Van Duser.
7. GRAY HOUSE, bauds, 5 yeara; kind in oil harness;
freo from vice; baa been uaed in city and
r. country by ufprlvnte family; la a good roadater and
Y not afraid of anything: any one can drive biru ; a
C good liorae for any nae: warranted sound.
H TWO KXTKNSION TUP PHAETU.N8, in good order,
5 by Wood Bros, and Quimby.
S LIGH I HAUOUCHK, by Wood Bros,
g DAKK BAV IIOKSK, I '.1, bands. II years; kind in all
i, harness; free from vice; was raised by prraent
owner; bus not n fa.tit, vice or trlclfol any kind;
_2 Is not ulrald of anything; a good, stylish, pleasant.
east driver, with good, square, opa-n gait and style
x in travel; baa never been handled for speed. but
< promises to be very fast; la an excellent roauster,
a good family liorae and warranted sound.
LIGHT VICTORIA, In good order,bv Hood Mroe.
TWENTY-KOt'U OTHER HOUSES. Description time
ot sale.
FOUR Till- WAGONS and FfVK PONY PHAETONS.
Sold lor account whom It may concern.
LARGE ASSORTMENT ol every kind of Carriage,
Wagon. Harness, Blanket. Ac., this day, at
ARCH. JOII.NSIOVS .MART. IB to 35 llith at., near
L'niveralty place. Weather neaer iatorteroi with
our SAl.lv* AT M O'CLOCK.
flo? BALK?PATH OP BLACK HORSES, WITH OR
" without Coupe and Brewstar Wagon. Apply nt prjvate
stable, 131 V\ est 33d st., or otidrCsa box 4,OH Post ofllcc.
F-3RERH COWB-OXB AN ALDKRNKY. ANOTHER
' nearly lull blood, for anle. Apply at 31 Chambers at.
FOP. KAI.K?A" l'INR CLARENCE. IN~ PERFECT
order; also, a Coupe Rocknway, price $335, and a aide
bar lop Boggy, ntudo by Duaeubuiy, price $ lot), Apply at
1 :m> East 13th at,
T,T()K SATK.-ATTKIVATE STABLE, 153 WEST 24TII
JD St., a bay Go eral Koo* Horae. 15 hands lilgli. perfectly
sound, eight yeara old;liai trotted h nilia In 3 price,
ifCsxf; call in the morning.
F*TOR SALE?HANDSOME PITN V, I4?~HANDS, 0
yeara; perfect pet; afraid of noeliiug; warranted. 3H0
Hudson at . butcher shop.
ittOR SALE?KuufT horses, sl'Ttabi e "farmer,
I grocer; alio, two Canadian Ponies; must sell; bargain
1144 Greenwich st.
not 8ALB~*CIIKAP-NIi QuiY N SWTOP WAGON ;
r two go'd working Horses and Harness. 434 East
nth sf.
i TORS EH WITH B(ikAT(III KS?"TALCIitt s CU11K"
II never fails Large bottles, $1 25; >tiinll, .Vk\ Try It.
KIDDER. S3 John it.
HAItNl-.su.-I'll K A I'KMT HAKXKSi H rOKK IN NEW
York; ifnoil Hues/ llarnrm, hniul marie. f 13 ; good
UrGecr'* llarno*-, $ !.">; good llontil# Trim ItarneM, fall; a
irooll llorvi li'anket, $1 y> Pie i?r rail and examine for
jiiiirialvnl I'IMIKK A OSBORNE, Mannfactnrcr*, No. 71
Barclay at.
VfORrUA K 0ALK.-OKO. UB< >i i 11 l :i; \ N v I i rriONi?I
err, sell* this day, 10}^ o'clock, 4.iO Weat 4' in at., I<>
good uoik Hnrac*. lao 'flilCrt*.
TIIOUAH ABRAHAMS. M.nj: i:ce.
>:\v a SO larok btock ov
Lanriaua,
I.andauleU,
I'oupoa.
A. 8 FLANDRAU,
37 ' Mil 374 Broom# at. (old at ami of llrewMrr A Co.)
NK KliKUANT E \ M11.Y KMTAIII.ISIIMhN T-BAY
Tram, 1'lurence and donlil# llt.-uoaH.
AI.SO
BROWN CARRIAGE TKAM, BAROUCHE IN FIRST
rat# order, with ilonhla llarnraa,
AT AUCTION, THIS MORNING, AT
arch. Johnston s, ijiti bt., near university
place.
Hra catalogue aliove.
1 una: five second hand Buggies; m int sell, 121 West
tatn st.
SRCOMDHA5D CARHFACIBH.
Landau, I.amlnnlcl,
Coupe. iliotigliam,
Vleierla. His-ton.
Toy Wagon, No Too Wagon,
Clarence, Two W litol Cart.
HOOD BROTIIfcKM, TA? Broadway.
SI* <t ?oo i.ivi :tv CA'HKIAOKS, puny P?IAV7
Ions, tldobur and lull spriug Wagons. Htells, Coache',
now and second hand. H O Til av.
SAI'llll U K -TWO TOI' KM'ltl-.ts W\<.< >N ll'H'-I >
and Harness, separate or together. 2t>7 West 10th ?.
S'TABLK TOLKT?AC C O BMODATfOM FOR H.C.I
horses, . three carriages and room for coachman | 20
Lexington bvs, holween 23d and 21th sts.
K. II. I.CDLOW A CO . No :i Pine st.
IIKKK *TALI/M, TRIVATRSTA BLR 17 W?BT~ 44TH I
St., Uvery prices; tare young last Hones for aale. I
ERA]
ET.
horses, carsuachba, .
Tio ur<4riiu, nk.ak rcltok hut. brook
lyn. H alalia. plenty ofrarriaije room; rent, <**.*). Apply
to ?. tlKSTKR, Krooitiyn Katie office.
T" 0 RKNT?fkivate 8table, 131 wk8t !ul) ult,
ii") r Oth nv.
\\r\<ttku=a team ok hmall work hurres.
II with or without liarneaa: muat be very cheap.
JOHN O'KKILLV. IMP 4th at- Jeraey City.
\vtantkd-kok a few months, a ooou ^oNr
II Khaerou llorae for lilt keep, ao tuilc? in thecouutry:
heat of care mi l hut little drlvlnjr; umat be vtyllah and tfood
traveller. Address, deacriblni; hone, M. lllt.l,, Uleu Cove,
l. i.
? stylish. S'.ato price, Ac . to box 3,.305 Ho.il offlee,
Now York.
"tlTANTISD?IIIOS CRAY HOUSE; Ml'ST BE KIND.
'I ginleand stylhh , lull mans and tail; cat he driven
either sin/Is or double, trot in three minuter, perfectly
sound nnd full bunds. Address M. 0. 8., Herald office.
RANTED?A IiIilllT 8KT~OF DOlTlLK II AllNKSS.
secu.-d hand, in good ordor. Address H. J., box I3 >
Herald I'p'aiwu branch office.
t HOUSES FOB 11ALKVAL C E ?E&rt, ?IIO. $75 AND
Sli X) er.cli, for truck, express. farming or any business.
?t SAItliK'S Stable, :i4! Htli st.
mliooxI) HAN I? HIX^SKAT HIIAKTONS AND
llrctts, suitable for tlin coming Centennial; also top
sod npi-n Kuatl Wagons, by Hr?*?t?r A Co and other city
makers; tn|i and one it basket ami Hanoi Hoiiy l'liaoluus,
sstnnsion top Kockuways, Coaches, Clarences, Landaus.
Landaulets. Coupes, Vict rias. Coupe Kookaaayi and sixseat
Knckauavs, Sulkies and Skeletons, Harness blankets,
Ac. W M H. OH AY, lit) and 22 Woostor st.
4'J,- 910 AND KO-TIIKKE CIIKAFHORSES; BAY
V'Jb's Mare, eight years l.>,'a bands, sound and kind,
<125; Coach uud 'i'cunj, <200; Cab, $11*1. No. 253 West
31st St.
OK ?A GOOD ROAD HUKUKTA HKEK~UOKR,
Vi?.tl. kind and fearless; rspltal doctor's or family
horse. UAFNKY'S stables, 27 Montgomery st., Jersey Clty_
H KA8T 23 D St.?II ii.S SON BltOS. IIAVK (i.Vli
' >>) nice top side bar gentleman's road Wagon ch sp for
cash.
DRY UOUUS.
A A IT ICE N, SON A CO.,
873 and 87.r> Broadway, corner lSlh St.
SPItlXO OPENING
or MII.LINERY and NOVELTIES,
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY,
M aroli 20 and 30.
BniJUXlVXBRY am> DRESIMAKINO.
i ?MARIS TILIMAXX CO.,or IVVHIS, IMPORTERS
.V , of tine Millinery, successors to Mmo. A. Michel, 423
Oth av., nt-tir 2ilth st., returned froru Purls by I'eroire. Exposition
opening, Weuuesdav, 211th, Thursday, 30th of March.
OPENING OK MILLINERY THIS DAY AND
Wednesday, 2Hth.?Spring Millinery, This Is our annual
opening. Pattern Hats And Bonnets.
BIN.N.V Millinery, 701 Broilwsy.
SIDE AND 8PAOK PLAITING: ALSOlxiiUBLK BOX
plaiting done while you wait po'itivaly up to 23 inches
wide. Save your goods by calling on S. JOSEPH, 38 Forsyth
St., two ooors from Canal.
post offic io koticel
POST OKKIOK NOTICE.?THE FOREIGN MAILS POR
the vroek ending Saturday, April 1, 1S70. will close at
tills ufllce on Wednesday at 4:30 A. M. for Europe per
steamer "Java," via (Jnoeiistown: on Thursday at 11:3 > A.
M. for Europe per steamer "tYiciaud," via Plymouth, Cherbourg
anil Hamhurg; us Saturday at H A. M. lor Great
Britain. Ireland and France per steamer "Baltic." via
(Juouustown, and at H A. ,M. for Scotland direct, (niiist be
specially addressed.) per stonntcr "Ethiopia," via (Htsin*.
aud at o:20 A. M, tor r ranee direct per steamer "Labrador,"
via Havre, and at 11:30 A. M. for Europe per steamer "Hubsbtirir,"
via Southampton and Bremen. 'I'be mails for
China, Japan, Ac.,-will leave San l-rauriscn April IS. The
direct mails for Brazil and l'orto Rteo will leave Xtw York
April 1.1. The malls for I he West Indies, via Havana, will
leave Now York March 3U. T. L. JAMES, Postmaster.
instruction.
AT THOMPSON'S COLLEGE, 3) 4TH AV.. OPPO
site Cooper Institute, Bookkeeping. Writing, Arithmetic,
day or evening;, ladies and gentlemen. terras in
Telegraphy reduced this wools tu ilo, uu account of extra
deiuHiid for operators.
A~LlJ COM M KRC1 Al., ENGLISH AND CLASH It *L
studies couO Joutially taught; writing, 93 monthly.
PAINK'S Business College, 02 Bowery,
CRADUATK OF ONE OF OCK KlKSTCOLlVhtJK8.'
Industrious, active aud practical, desires, at the open,
in* of spring, literary work, teaching, tutoring or some em.
ployment in which ho may continue informing himself; high
ost recommendations; imiulries willingly answered. Address
TEMPERANCE, box 108 Horald oil',so.
A' PARIS LADY DESIRES TO GIVE .LESSONS IN*
French. Ap; !y at 222 vveel I7th st.
A complete in litteeu lessons; terms, f 1 a Address L. B..
tatlon D,
THB LBCTVBH HKASO\.
IECTURKS ON ITALY AND ROME. WITH ST EKE
J opt iron Views, by Rer. C. K. K'lliituuu, D. I).?The
opening lecture ofthis new course ?ill ba iteliverod this evening,
In the Presbyterian Memorial church, comer Madison
ur. and ?3d at., at 7 ;to o'clock.
Subject?"Northern Italy."
This lecture will enter Italy by the Carinehe ro td, and
will Include the view* of Oenoa, I'lau. Milan, and it will
close witli the exquisite scenery of Lakes Come and .11 agglnre.
For the course, $1 50; single lecture, 50 cents.
Tickets sold at the door.
ECBOPBAfl ITBAMIui5's.
C* U'NAitD LIXK.-H. AND | A. It. M. S. f. ft J.
I - NOTICE.
Willi n view to diminishing tlio chances of collision, the
steamers of this Hue tako a speciflo course For all seasons of
the year.
On the outward passage from Quecnstown to New York or
Boston, crossing the meridian of 5:> at 43 latitude, or nothing
to the north of 4*1.
On t lie homeward passage, crossing the moridian at 50 at
42 latitude, or nothing to the north of 42.
FROM N LAV YORK FOR LIVERPOOL AND QUEENSTOW
N.
JAVA Wod., March 21) I CHINA Wed . April 12
ALEUKIA... Wed., April 5| BOTHNIA Wed.,April id
h'teanier.t marked * do not carry steerage passengers.
Cabin passage, ?41, $1im and fl.'Ki, gold, according to accommodation.
Return tickets on favorable terms
Steerage tickets to and from nil parts of |*ms at very
low rates. Freight and passage office, No. 4 ILiwlIng tireen.
CHARLES (i. FRANCKLYN, Agent.
1JASSE.Ni Kits I'Kit STEAMSHIP JAVA EWHAItK
from the Cunerd wharf, foot of tirand St., Jersey City,
at 7:30 .V. M., on Wednesday, 2stli of March, IH7H
CHAM. (1. FRANCKLYN,
No. 4 Howling Oreou. New York.
WILSON LINK FOR SOUTHAMITON AND HULL,
sailing from pier 53 North River, as follows:?
NAVARI.no March 25 | othello April 22
COLOMBO April S| HINDOO Mav 0
First caliin. $7". currency; second cabin, #45, currency.
Excnrslon tickets oil very tavorable terms. Through ticket*
issued to Continental and Haltic ports. Apply for full particulars
to
CIlAKLi'.S L. W Klli IIT <v CO., DO Hull til K.
INMAN LINK ?MAIL 8TKAMERH,
KOH UChhNBTOWN AND LIVERPOOL.
CITY OK CHESTER Saturday. April 1. at 11 A M.
CITY OK NEW YOKK Saturday, Aprtl s, at 3 P. M.
OITY OK RICHMOND Thnrsdav, April 111. at * A. M.
CITY OK MONTREAL Saturday, April 22, at 3 P. M.
CITY OK PARIS Saturday, April 2U, at 10 A. M.
Irom pier Nil. 4"> North Itlver.
Cabin passage, (80, |Sl and (100, gold.
Stoera ge,-<?23, currency.
Drnfls is.ilrd at luirrst rata*.
JOIIX O. DAI.K, Agent. 15 and 33 Broadway N. Y.
XTORTH HERMAN LLOYI).
In STEAMSHIP LINK BETWEEN NEW YORK,
SOUTHAMPTON AND BREMEN.
Company'a pier, foot <d 2d at., Hobuken.
H APSBUKO ... Sal., April 1 I OOl.lt Mat., April IS
NEUKAK Sat.. Aprllrt I MAIN Hat., April 22
Rales ot pasciyo from Near York to Soutbamptou, Ilavra
or Bremen
first Cabin. (100, gold ; Recond Cabin, #?"K>, gold; Steerape.
$3t>, currency
Itetuiii tickets nt reduced rates
Prepaid steernge certificates, $32, currency.
Kor freight or passage apply to
(>1 Lit I c 11 .a ,v Co.. N" 2 BoVJiag giceii
HAMBURG AMERICAN PACKET COMPANY'S LINK
for PLYMOUTH, CHEHHOi.'ltO ami II AM Ul'HO
WIEI.AND I....March .30 | MUKVia April 13
CI.MMKIA April U | CELLKKT April 30
Kates t>rpuasrt'fo lu Plymouth, Loudon, Cherbourg, Hamburg
and all points In Knglaud, Scotland and Wale. ?
Cabin, Dot saloon, gold (100
I >1)111. Mcnml Million, K?IH I?.l
Steerage, currency
kuniiardt a Co., c h. kii'Hard a boas.
General Agent*. General Paaarngor Agent*.
Ill Broad it., New Ynrk. <11 Broadway, New York.
TTXITED STATUS MAM. LINK?STEAM TO Qt KP.NS.
U TOWN AND I.IVKKP04IL,
ailing every Tl'tSllA*
Iroin nier 411 North River.
WYOMING Tueaday, April 4. >t 2 I' M.
IDAIIO Tnredey, April is, ?t I I*. M
NEVADA Too?l>r, April 35, at J I*. M.
Cnbln, pH5. $70 end Sso, currency.
Intermediate, Mo; ?tecr??e, f3'l.
Pn??enger* hooked to end from Purl*. Hamburg, Norway,
Sweden, Ar. I)r*fu on Ireland, Engl tnd. Frati.-o ,iuj
Gorninny nt lifueat rate*
W 1 LI.I t MS A GI'ION. _' ) Br .*1 viy
N'ATIONAI. LINK.
Krron pier* 41 end 47 North Hirer.
KOR LONDON DIRECT.
HOLLAND ,..Thur*<lay, Mare'i 81,'J A. M.
TOR ULKKNHTOtVN AND L1VKRPO )L
EGYPT. April I. !? :*J A M. I IIKI.VKfl A,Ap'l 15.1 3)A M
TIM". OCKKN, April*i, :?IV M | ENGLAND. April V. I P M
f Cabin pa*?age. $00 and 870, currency. Return ticket* at
redueed ratea.
Htrera/a paaaayc, R4, currency Prepaid *teerav tleknta
front England. Ireland and Scotland at the lowe?t rate*. '
Draft* leaned Irnm LI upward, el rurrent price*.
Appiy at the company'* olBce, 00 Mroadn av.
V. W. J. III'KHT, Men*par.
CJTATR LINK,
O NEW VOIIK TO GLASGOW, LIVERPOOL DUBLIN
BELFAST AND LONDONDERRY,
from pier 43 North Itlver (loot ol Canal at.) a* follow* ?
HIATK or ixima.aa ..nvtrndav, April 'I
.sTATK OK I'l-.XN <YI.VAJIIA H.tir..lay. April JO
HTATK. OK VIRUIXIA Tim: -.My. Ma v 4
anil crrrjr alternate Tltanrfl) tliarcaltar. Klmt cMin i**),
70 anil *??); retnrn tlekaU, VIJU, ifceitMl cabin. # *> r?
turn tlck?t?, $A>. ritOfTM* at lowaat rate* Apply t >
Al STI.N HAl.HWIS k t'o A?*nt?, Nn. 7J Broadway. S T.
Mccrnac |f**"*/c '"filer, to liroivl ly
ANCHOR LINK
CAKIlYiMi THE UNITED MTATK* MAIL.
NKW YORK A >0 Ol.t.silOtV
ETHIOPIA itatiirtlay. April I. at II A V.
VICTORIA Matnrd-iy. April A, at CP. M.
(' W.lKoKM A It at ii id ay. April I >. at I11 V. t|.
MOMMA Saturday. Ami I JJ, at l IV M.
TO Ol.lSOOtt. t.lr KRI'OOL. I.oMhiS IM.RP.v,
</CKKNHi'otvNi OR BELFAST.
Cabin, (Kl to rarrmrr, according to arrcnimodailotl.
INTERMEDIATE (HA; (terra#*.
Draft* l*?it*d for oar am niut at etirreut rat**.
II I.MlhRS'lX HRIM. Anawt*. X". 7 Rowll i.
O 'DONOVAN ROSS A STEAMSHIP VASSAOK 0!'.
Ilea.?*t??mar? ererjr <1at. Cork, I.lvcrptol, O'awjw,
I). rry; Kailroa'l Ticket*; (trail*. pay?i?lo avarywlierit.
U iiiayvH Uttaaa * iiotel, 1-?J Citathatu *iu*ra.
LD^
FK1CE FOUR CENTS.
Ul'KUPEAX HTKA.tlllllPN.
Kiiu DlitBCt Cl.SK TO KllANVK. 0
TltK liBXRRAL TRANBATI.ANTIC COMPANY'S MAII.
sri'.AMKKS BKTW KEN NEW VOUK AND
11AVUK, t'Al.LJNU AT PLYMOUTH (U. B.).
fur the landing of p?<t.?ngers.
The splendid vtcwel. of this tavorita rout# for the C >otlneat
(being more luutherlr than unjr other) will sail trim
pier So. 4H North Hlver, a* follow.:?
LABKADOK (daugllar) Tuesday, April 4
AMKRlGl'l? (PousoH) Tucitay, April 1H
KMANOF. Tru.telloi Tiu-aUat, April 25
PRICK OK PASSAGE IN GOLD (including wine;
Kirst cabin, $110 to $120, aceoriling to accommodation.
Secoiid, $72. Tbirii, $40.
Return ticliot. at reduced rate..
-i.-eru u, wiui superior accommodation, mcinuing
vina, bedding and utensils. without extra charge.
Steamers tuarke I thus * do n?t carry steerage paaaengera.
LOUIS I)E HEM AS, Agent, 55 Broadway.
W'lllTK ST\K LINK
>> voit yl'RLNSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL.
CARRYING TUB UNITED STATES MAIL.
Ilia steamers of this Hue tuke thw Lane Routes recommended
by Liru'cnant Maury, U. S. N . going south ot the
Banks >>u the passage to Uuocnstown ell the vsar round.
B tLTIt April 1, nt II A. tt.
REPUBLIC April S, at H P. M.
GERMAN 10 April 15. at 10 A. m.
CELTIC April l-J. at 3 P. 1t.
ADRIATIC April iW.>at ?:*> i.. H.
From White ster Docks, pier52 North River.
Rutas?Saloon, i#*">,!?**< and iflu i, iu gold; return ticket*
on reasonable terms. Steerage, # .'*.
Saloon, staterooms, smoking ami bath rooms ere placed
amidships, where the noise and motion are least, nifordiuir a
decree of comfort hitherto unattainable at -ea.
For inspection ot' idsos and other Information apply at th#
company s ufllce, 37 Broadway, Nsw York.
R. ,1. CORTIS. A cent.
Most direct" "and economic "route to io?
LAND. BELGIUM. THE U1IINE, SWITZERLAND,
*0.. AC., VIA ROTTERDAM.
STEAMER MA AS March SO
STKAMBR ROT I KKDaM April t:t
These bountiful atoamara, carrying the United States mail
to the Netherlands, are creat favorites with the public.
Trips rogiilnr, rstes low; eoinlori and living perfect.
For freight. _ Eur pas.ags.
punch ed ye a co. l. vy MORRIS,
fa) Broadway.
MERIi'AN ~LTN K.
Weekly Mall Steamship service hetwean
PHILADELPHIA AND LIVERPOOL,
calling at (jiieenato'vn.
Sailing every Thursday Irom Philadelphia and
Sailing every Wednesday trom Liverpool.
The following steamers aro appointed to sell from Phil*delphia
u ,, . ?
-i/iii ur imi.iiuu.nnr. -i,unu 11,1 1 r. auhi ji
OIIIO April 111 INDIANA April 27
PENNSYLVANIA . Aptll 13 | ILLINOIS May ?
price or passage. in currency.
Cabin. $73 to according to location.
Steerage anil intermediate tickets to and from ail point*
at the lowest tatea.
Steamers marked with a star do not carry Intermedials.*
Passenger nccommod.tioni lor all classes unsurpassed.
For passage. ratus of freight and ntliar information apply
to PETER WRIGHT A SONS, General Agents.
307 Walnut st., Philadelphia;
GEO W. COLTOS. 4.1 Hroa.l St., Now York.
JOHN McDONALD, Pusseger Agent.
No. H Hattery place.
REAT WESThRN~8TK A MSUIPLISK. '
U TO BRISTOL (ENGLAND) DIRECT.
Sailing front iiiar 18 East Ktvor, us follows
CORNWALL, Stampor Tuesday, March 28
SOMERSET. Western Saturday. April 15
Cabin paasage. $73; Intermediate. $ '?'. steoruge. $3i), enrrcucy;
excursion tickets. $120; prepaid steerage certificates,
$36. Apply to W. I). MO SPAN, Aginl, 7U South St.
COmWMB .STEAMSHIPS. ZZT
PAI I PIC M A11. STKA MS IIIP LIN E
FOR CALIFORNIA, JAPAN, CIUNA, AUSTRALIA.
NEW ZEALAND. BRITISH COLUMBIA. A.Ac.,
sailing from pier foot of Canal st., North Hirer.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO, VIA IST1IMUB OF PANAMA,
Steamship COLON Friday. March 111, 13 noon
connecting tor all Central American mid South Pnclllc ports.
FROM SAN FRANCISCO TO JAPAN AND CHINA,
CITY OF PKKIN April!
FROM SAN FRANCISCO TO VICTORI A, PORT TOWNSEND,
TAl'OMA, PORTLAND, An., Ac.,
on the loth anil 35th ol every mouth.
For froight or passage apply at loot ol Canal st., N. K.
(l. J. 1IULLA Y, Superintendent.
STAR BALL LINK. ~
united states and brazil mail steamships.
sailing monthly from Watsou's wharl, Brooklyn, N. Y.,
for I'ARA, PERNAMBUCO, llAlllA and RIO JANEIRO.
? calling at St. John's, Porto Rico,
. NELLIE MARTIN. Saturday, April 15.
; JOHN llR.VMALL,
Passenger accommodations Ilrst class.
l'or freight and passage, at reduced rates, apply to
J. H. Tt CKEK A CO., Agents, 34 Pine st.
I"^0Tl NASSAU,"N. 1'.?A FAMOUS WINTER RESORT.?
Regular mail steamships from New York via Savannah,
March 28 mid April 8: from Savannah, April 1 and April
13. MURRAY, FERRIS A CO., (13 South St.
OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP COMPANY, "
sailing from pier 37 North River.
For Norfolk, city Point and Richmond, Tuesdays, Thursday
and Saturdays at 3 P. M? connecting with the Virginia
and Tennessee Air Line, Atlantic Coaat Line, Piedmont Air
Line, Chesapoako and Ohio Railroad, anil with the company's
steam lines to interior points in North Carolina and
Virginia. Newbern and Washington, N. C. (.via Norfolk)
every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Lewes, Del., Monday and Thursday at 4 1*. M., connecting
with Maryland itnd Delaware railroads.
Passenger accommodations np.iurpa ,sed ,
Through passage tickets and hills of lading to all points at
lowest rutot. Insurance to Norlola, Ac., '4 percant. Freight
received dally at pior 37 Nortli River. General unices, it?J .
iron NEW ORLEANS DIRECT*
I? Tllli OltOMWKLL LINE.
The stearjsbiD
KNICKERBOCKER, Cs-itain Konihle.
on Saturday, April 1, at f> o'clock I'. M..
from inor N.i. U North River.
Through Mill of lading given to Mobile Mini Ml principal .
points on the Mississippi Klvor.
Cabin passage, stoersae. f25.
Apply to CIiAKK A SE A M AN. 80 West St.?!
NEW YORK~ AND HAVANA DIRECT MAIL LIN P.?
These llr.'t class steamships will sail at II 1' M from
Fier 13, North River, foot ol Cedar it., foiBHavatia direct, as
illows
WILMINGTON Tuesday, March 24
COLUMllL'S Thursday, April <1
For freight ami passage, having unsurpassed uccomrnodeti..na,
apply to
WM. P. CLYDE A CO.. No. 6 Bowling Oreeu.
Mi KELLER. U LINO A CO., Agents in Havana.
T~EXAS LINE roi OALVBATON. TDLcTuno AT KET
West, carrying tho I'nited Mates mail.?Tho steamer
CITY Of* ACsTlN. Captain Kldrldgc. will sail o*
Saturday. April 1. st 3 P. M., from plor 20 East Itiver.
Through bills of lading given to all points on the Houston
ami Texas, Central International and Ureat Northern,
Galveston, Houston and Henderson, and tlia (ialveston,
Harrtshurg and San Antonio railroads. Freights and insurance
at lowest rates. For freight or passage, having
superior accommodations, apply to C. II. MALLOKY ?
CO., 133 Maiden Isne, or \V. P. CLYDE, No. 0 Bowling
OreoD.
N' y.. HAVANA AND MEXICAN MAIL SS. LFNK.
Steamers leave pior No. 3 North Itiver at 3 P. M.
FOR HAVANA DIRECT.
CITY OF NEW YORK Thursday, March 30
CITY OF MEKIDA Tuesday, April II
CITY Or ) MU CKi /. . Iliursuay. April 19
FOR VKRA CRUZ AM) SEW ORLEANS.
Tin Havana, I'rogreao, Ceiupeachy, Tutpan mid 'lampicai
CITY OF MERIOA Tunidar. April 11 .
CITY OK MEXICO Tueadny, May *
For freight nr pa-sage apply to
F. ALEXANDER A SONS, 31 nnd 33 Hroudvray.
Stenmers will leave New Orleans March 211 and April 1#
for Yera Cru* and all other porta.
MITruXs'lTTin k or sreYWRtursi
for New Orleans and Texan,
will tall every Saturday to Now Orleans, transferring Texas
freli{lit there to Morgan's Louisiana and Texa* Railroad for
.Vorgan City, tlicace per Morgan a lino of ateamera to Texa*
porta.
Tiie H R ASH EAR will vail from pier 30 North River, New
York, on Saturday, April 1, at 3 I*. M., for New Orleans
direct.
Through bills of lading signed to Muhlle, Oalveston and t?
all point* on the Calve*Ion, Hsrri.slnirg and Sun Antonio,
Houston and Texa* Central. International and Ureal North*
em, Tex** and l'acillc and Trans-Continental railroad*, and
to Indiaiiola and Sail Antonio, and all point* on the Ouif,
Western Toxna and I'aciflc Railway. Rriuoi Santiago, Corp a*
Cliristi. Koekpori, st Mary'* and Kuiton.
1 re I glit for St. Mary'* and Fulton landed at Rockport.
Lighterage and Channel dura at either Corpus Chrieti or
lli axes .Santiago at ilia expense and risk of consignee.
Through rate* to Brownsville, via Rio Grand' Railroad.
Insurance can he effected under open policy of C. A. M hitney
A Co., New Orleans From New A ork to New Orleans,
C percent: Irora New York to ell Texa* porta via New OrI
lean*. 71 par sent.
Freight at luwast rate*. For freight or further io!orinetioil
lATl'll 7 t'l
1 ' ' CHARLES .V. WIIITNKV A CO., Agent*,
I'ler :tti Noith River.
i LlUK HALIFAX, S. H.. AND ST ./ o 11 N HL nTV.?
r Cromwell Line -Steamship UEO. W ASI11NftTON
I will leave pier I' North Rivor on Friday, April 7, at 3 I*. M.
Cu'iiii passage, iiWgold, Including aiateroom and meals, te
Halifax *01; to -St . Jolllla. >.. Apply to t'l.tKK A SEAMAN.
i*} Wort at.
Til AVRLIjEHH' (JCll)K.
1>EN.\HTLVANIV IIAILROAD
AS It K AT THINK LIVE
AXD I'MTKD -TATEd MAIL ROUTE.
Trnln* leave New Y?ric. via l>**l>rof*ea and Cortlandt it.
ferrlea, a* follow* ?
Expruai, lur llurrlabur;, PitUbnrg tlu Wctt a:ij South,
?lt!i PullRi'iii ii.il ace uarx attached, (. 3 ) A. M , tf and S:>J
P. M. Sunliy.d and 9 :'K) V. M.
For Wlillaniayirt and Lock llavcn at II :30 A. M. aalH^J'r
P. M. Kor't'orry and Brit, ? I' M.. connecting at
Horry lor Titiiavifle, Petrolomn Centre and the Oil lie/i mi
, For llaltim >rr, ft'inblnrtoa Ml tin Hwtli, "Limited WaahI
iniiton Kxpreia" of Pullman Parlor Cari dally, except
Hundoy. 0:30 A. M ; arrlee Waelilngtnn 4:IO F. it. Knxular
at i* :#l A. M.. 3 and U I*. M S inday. H I'. M
K\proa- lor Philadelphia. 7,7:30,0 tO.1). 10 A. M ; I'JfK*.
3. 4. 4 :l'i. n. 7. - 3 i. li P. >1 and Id night. Snn lay. \
I O, 7. ?:."4>I aud w F M Emigrant and aacoiid o'aaa. 7 P. M.
i Fur train* to Newark, Ktiaato tli Knliway. Prln-eton. Tronj
Ion. Perth Amber, Kleminfton. Hclvldero and other
|iointe, a"* local ecftrdtile* at all ticket ntlice*.
Train* arrive ?From PLlabnrr,(I:">3 and 10:30 A. M. ant
I*:'J0 P >1 deily; IO:13 A. M. and 7:40 P. M. daily. exct-al
Monday. 1 rom Wa-blnxtnu an I ilaltiin >r*. tt'JO A it,
4?ij. 5:13 and 10:J7 P. M. Sunday, a -3? A. M Prom
I Philadelphia. ft:l(?, 0:30,0:33, 10:1 . II fit. II :*>t A. M_
I 3:1$, 4 >"?, .3:1.3, 0:10, 7:40, 4:4l?Jt 10:37 P. M, SunI
< I:ID. ?:J0, 8:33. II 31 A M , 7:40, J.30 aud lOriT
Ticket offlre-, '30 and '.Ml IJroa.lway, Xo. l Axfor l(e i<?
and tool ?l peiliruaaea and i.'orlla nil at-.; No. t Court at..
Brooklyn; No*, lit, 11*4 and lid llud-on ?i I lo'iokon!
Emigrant ticket "3|je, Xo. A liatwrt place.
FRANK TII0MM>n', U. M BOYD, Jr..
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i>illLAUKI.PIHA. VIA BK.AK'Vu and thk
I. S i>w .Ier?sy t?uiilhcr;i KnilriM I ? K?r? from Neor York
to PliiU'lfllpitia on'jr 02 l'i, commencing Msrch 13, lrt7?i.
|,o.r? New York from lder H North Hirer, loot <>l Rector M..
t 10:41 .V. M., for I'll l?djl|thu, Vioolnnil n ot Tom* Ulror.
At 4 1". >1 for PUIlmlolpioit. flicker, >:, mot Tom* Klver.
W. 8 PJIiiltP.N. (Bnrnil Mvttjur.
l>;idvii?Ks?"B ash stoxixoton htk amhijip 09
I NKW YORK AMI RO8T0X.
RKtlClflON OK FA UK
between Now York anl I'rovUlenM to Jt
Between New York hi I ilnle.i to 4L
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: 1 HA MiaOAlaATRA ilxlly (except 8iuvl*>-, u I : JU P. K
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I J b for rttoyv.>.,ut nnd Intermediate Umllint*. The [xrworril
Meemor JtKW CIIAMPl'lX, StekJ romme 'der. fr.rtk
i t'?n*l ?t.. Nortii Hirer, thlt 4k/, nt H P 4 Prolekt re
I cei titl now. fmSOmnti. No c'moce lot berth*
JANM McUHlOB. A?ek4. ea Uk pi**
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