WHOLE NO. 14,405. .
DIRECTORY FOR ADVERTISERS.
AMrsKMF.VTP?12th Pack?Stta mid 6th coll.
ASTROLOGY*?1-T? Pauk?4th coL
BILLIARDS?2l> Face?6th cut.
BOARDERS WANTKD-Hth Paei?Dlh and tith col?.
Board AND LODGING WANTED?9tu I'aG*?Oth col.
BOOTS AND SHOES?2d PA.l?-6th col.
brooklyn board-Dm Pagc-bhi coL
brooklyn ukal estate ror sale?2d I'ac??lit
utiBiwD'AR nppnPTi'iirrTTrc_R.., ?>./,?
BUSINESS NOTICES?Tth Paok?6lh col.
CITY REAL ESTATE I OK BALE-2U rAGB?lit coL
CLERKS AND SALESMEN?12Tn PAGB-l?t col.
CLOTHINO?12th Pifii-4tb col.
coachmen and gardeners?12TU pacb-lit and 2d
COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS? Iit Pag*?51b andOth cols.
COUNTRY BOARD?!* P.i(:?-Sih col.
Dancing academies-12 Pagb?oth c?L
dentistry? 2d Page?Oth col.
DRY GOODS?lhT Pagb?Oth col.
DWELLING HOUSES TO LET. FURNISHED OR t'MKCKNISUED?2o
Pagb-3?1 ami 4th cole.
EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS?1?t Pagb?5th wL
Y.I'ltoPL?lit Page?5th col.
FOR SALE?1st Pace?4th sod 5th cols
Furnished rooms and apartments to let?2d
Pack?4tli lud 5th cola
FURNITURE?12th Pi.;^-4th col. _ ,
HELP WANTED-FKMALES-Utu Pagb?tlth col., and
t2tu Pace- lit col.
HELP waNTKd?maLKS? 1 2th pag*-2d col.
HORSES, CARRIAGES, A0.-18T PAGB-2d, Jd and 4<h
HOTELS?Orn Page-Oth col.
HOUSES, ROOMS, AC.. WaNTED-2d PAOB-Oth col.
INSTRUCTION?2r> i'AGK-Oth coL
LOST AND FOUND?lit Pa?b?lit col.
MACHINERY?1st Pack-SUi col.
M A kit I.e M ANTEH.s?12th 1'agb?4th col.
MEDICAL?12th Pauk?2d col. . ,
MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING?1st Pack?Oth eul.
MISCELLANEOUS ADVEllTISEMENTS?IOih PaCk.?Glh
MISCELLANEOUS?1st PACE-Gth eol.
MUSICAL?12th pauk-nth col.
NEW PUBLICATIONS?'7th Page?Gth col.
PERSONAL?1st Page?1st col.
PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, AC.?12 Pace?5th col.
POST OFFICE NOTICE?1st Pagk?Gth col.
PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES?
11m Pack?6th col.
PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO
LET?2d Pace?lit and 2d cols. .
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE?2d Pace?2d col.
REAL ESTATE WANTED?2d Paue?2d col.
RELIGIOUS NOTICES?1st Pace?1st col.
REWARDS? lar Pace? 1st ool.
SALES AT AUCTION?12th Pace?3d and -4th col?.
SITUATIONS WANTRD-FEMALBS-Utii Pace?1st, 2d,
3d, 4th. 5th and Cth cola.
SITUATIONS WANTED-MALES?12th Pace? lit eol.
SPECIAL NOTICES?1st Page? 1st and 2d cola.
SPORTING?DOGS, BIRDS, AC.?1st Pagh?2d col.
STORAGE?2p Pack?Gth col.
THE TRADES?12tii l'AGE-2d Col.
to let for business purposes?2d PA(JB-2d and
TRAVELLERS' GUIDE?1st pacr-etb col.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO
LET?2d Pack?3U> and Oth cola.
WANTED TO PURCHASE?2d Pace?6th col.
WATCHES, JEWELRY. AC.?2n Pace?Oth col.
WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR BALE OR
TO LET?2d Pace?lat col.
YACHTS, STEAMBOATS, AC ? ll>ru Page?Oth col.
_ PERSON" Ala.
AN AMERICAN GIRL TO ADOPT; HEALTHY, THREE
years old. Addrcsa Mrs. EVA JOHNSON, Wilton,
A' LETTER WILL REACH LITTLE GEORGIE, THE
blonde, by addressing station F.
" DEN"?YOURS RECEIVED. HAVE TOLD NO ONE.
X) Come to atore as usual. Will make It all right.
T) -DID NOT RECEIVE YOUR LETIER"TFLL76o
J ). late. Please make another appointment.
BEEI* MOTRNINO?(117f IN WAI,L ST. STAGE AT
Post office, communicate with gentleman who pot out
at Broad st. Address M. 0., Ilerald Uptown Branch offloc.
ESTBLLA-LT IS DISTH AOTBIX PGR IIEAVRVS
sake, forgive and forget. Return and happinesa ensured
for aver. ft, P. N.
If J.?SICKNESS AND IX GREAT TKOl'BLF.: LET
1. me hear from you to-day: telegraph or write, audi
will eome to the world's end for yon. LOU IS.
i?OCRT 11 A VKKvK~CAlt" TUESDAY EVENING-WILL
JU lady ir. black who got out at Reekmnn St.. near City
Hall, aend her address to tall gentleman whom she noticed 1
Address P. MAN LEY, Poat ullico, New York.
TNFORMATION WANTED-OF WALDRON KELLY.
J. native of city of Dublin, Ireland; was last seen in
Camden, N. J., in the year Ift'Kl. Information will be
gladly received l>y hie brother ANSON II. KELLY'. Ilf>
South 5th st., Camden. N J., or WILLIAM KELLY, 24
^ Upper Baggot at., Dublin. Ireland.
TO E. -D A K L iNt ;7~W~it IT E ME A LOVING LETTER.
Did you get B I When shall I send next T
LILLIE WESTON?YES, AT PLACE DESIGNATED,
Saturday, 5 P. M. 11. I*.
Lady m'kt on tcehday night in company
with another lady.?If agreeatde will meet again on
Thurso ay afternoon, 3 o'clock, comer Bowery and Stanton St.
rrtm? i.ate~o77m7'ro .. i<e~"crrdit6rs of b. heps
I. will learn ol something to their advantage financially
by couiiuunicatlng with 3. GAGE, box 3,0*tfl Poat office.
TitFtTT?FiihThrsonal iieadbd "TrFtii" in
yesterday's Ilerald Is either an error or the work of
some malicious person.
TO E. J.-FOR GOD'S BAKE COMB BACK AT
once. In gieat trouble. Ha\e searched everywhero
for you. Again, let me pray of you to return to mo.
L. J. J.
UNIVERSITY PI.ACB?TUB GENTLEMAN WHO MIS~
took the Isdv calling at 24, Wednesday morning, fur
a friend wouid like the pleasure of her iicgaintaneo, if
agreeuole. Address 11. K., Herald office.
WANT ED TO AD<VPT-A NK W LY BORN BAH E,
V? French or American, of dark complexion. Address
DOCTOR. Herald Uptown Branch office.
TITILL THE LADY WITH THE SMALL BLACK IIAT,
TT who was gathering moss, meet the gentleman who
louowea nor, ;n inc Bime pmce on rnnav ancrnoon ni .1 :?*.?
r. M. 1 Answer required. Address RKKTOIII, llerald Uptown
5TH AV STAGE?WILL YOU GRANT AN INTERvicw,
if agreeable. Address (1. D., ileraid office
Annie eva fay, the celebrated spiritual
Musical Test Medium, will give her marvellous tight
Hcitnre this (Thursday! evening, at the Drawing Rooms 19
West littli st., at 7 :UO o'clock.
LDhK EVANS. FROM MOCNT LEBANON, AND A
company of Shakers, will take part at the twenty-eighth
anniversary of Modern Spirltnallsm, on Friday, March hi,
Republican ltall, 58 West Jlid at., at ? F. M.
Noon service from 12 to 1 o'clock ?very day.
Womsn's meeting from 1 to 1 :451n Fourth avenue hall.
There will be no t o'clock service this week. A Christian
Convention ol ministers and larmen will be held on Wednesday
and Tliuraduy, at 10 and 3 o'clock each d y. Tickets
requited tor each aervlce: to be had upon application. Regular
service every night at 8 o'clock, and overflow meeting at
* same hour in Fourth avrttne hall. No tlcaota are required.
Young men's inciting. Fourth avenue hall, every night at
9 o'clock, and Saturday night meeting at Association Hall.
23d It. and -llh sr.. at H o'clock.
No service at the Hippodrome on Mnturday, and no noon
meeting on Sunday.
lost amd foumd.
FOUND-A WATCH GLASS WITH GOLD" RIM;
awaits owner at K. A. OLMSTEAD'S, 7HI Broadway.
t 08t?$10< reward?o.n oaturday evening,
A J 2.1th Inst , between H anil 10 o'clock, a gold hunting
stem winding Watch. No. <>31(t3, Chus. Frodsliam maker.
TIia above reward will be naiil hv TIKFAN'Y A Pit en.I *>..
Questions aaked on it* return.
OUT?EITHER AT HAMILTON KERRY OR IN THE
New Church *t. car*. on Tuesday, about 7 I*. M., a
small Opera friaa*. The Under will be eultablv rewarded by
railing on CLKB?. deak No. 1, Herald office.
LOST?-WEDNESDAY. IN BOND ST . A KAT SKYE
Terrier Dog, named "Topaay.-' Suitable reward for re
turning tame to ALVIN WILSON, baaemeut. 1* Bond *t.
LOST?IN" A FIFTH AVENUE KTAOE, DOING UP
town, on Tneaday afternoon about 5 o'clock, a tbln
Book, marked "Rrcord" on the nmaide and figuring Inaide.
The finder can get ff? by leaving It at tha office of E. H. UAHBROUCK
A CO.. 49 John at
IOST?A CANVAS RAO, ON THK BELT RAILROAD
J line of cars, between 3d and l?Kh ava, on Tueaday,
March 2s, 1STS, containing a pair of diamond Karrtnga.
Locket and Chain, pair Bracelet*. Ac $.'*> reward will be
paid for their return by the owuer, Mr*. SMITH, 105 I'.aat
Sbth at., aecond floor.
OST?Tl R8DAT NlUHT, BETWEEN" "BROADWAV
and Perry at., a pair of bloodstone Sleeve Button*, attached
to cuffa. A liberal reward will be uald at 727 Broadway
REWARD.?LOST, ON MADISON AV., TUUR8day
uight. March 23, a Kid Glove. with Sleeve Button
attached. The above reward will be given by returning
to 201 f?th at., Jeraey City. C IL H KRIIKKT.
pf REWARD?NOR BLACK CAT, WITH WHITE j
'J breaat, atrayed from Carland lluoae.tll Weal 14th at. I
dh ~ HEWARD ?LOST, A BI.Al K NKWKhCNDLAN"If
frrj Dog; white breaat, toes tipped witlWwhite. By returning
to 401 Broadway the above reward will be given.
No Question* naked.
Cj1 H REWARD-LOST. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 29,
*351-" Scotch Sky Terrier, with ribbon and bella on; name
Spider Pica#* return the a ante to 12U Wet loth at
CI *Ui REW ARD WILL BE PAID, WITHOUT IXtwA'Jv/
Qulry. for the rerurn of the table allver removed
Irom 52d at. at 5 o'clock on Tutaday afternoon. Address bo*
1,373 Poat office.
T>OCKETBOCHC-IIUDsON RIVER TRAIN; MIDNIGHT
X Saturday laat; fourth av. rara down; liberal reward
for return ol memoranda. L O. II.. 432 Canal at.
MEMCAN- INSTITCTB.-THE ANNUAL MEETING
of thia InJtllare Will be held on Thuradav April 0
1X70, at th? hallof thV Historical Society, 2d it corner
' lltb it . at 7?, o'clock P M. OIIESIKS CLEVELAND,
President. CHA*. Mi K. Lmkkr. Kecortlintr Strrottrv
A -ISAA. IJ BOYCK. 207 BROADWAY. LAWYER.?
, Divorce* obtained promptly, without publicity; detertinn.
ii?ci?Bi| IItX. habitual JruokmntF*, infidelity, inhuman
treiitnieiit, COPtIc lion of felony. Kaaaport* ohtamod.
* FEW BOTTLES OF PAIN PAINT NKLDKD MY
J\ lb* hard money crowd over the defeat of lb* Pern*
hill. Try WOLCOTT'H Annihllalor for Catarrh.
' A LAB AM A STATE DISTRIBUTION.
| JX Official drawing of Cl**i 12.
* drawn at Mobile, Ala., March 23,
No. |fl,440 draw fJVtWO.
No. IB. <01 drew ?10.fm
Clam 1^ take* place April 18 at Mobile.
Forclreulara tddtr WILKISH A CO., bo* I.-4S1 Poll
AC.cc, Motile, or be* 3,411) Putt office. New Yora.
. Neat drawiug April C
1 Price nt Spanifth dollar* 100,00(1
1 Price of Spantiih dollar* 50,(1*)
Price* of. ench. Spaniel. dollars 25,<**>
1 l'rlte ol gpauiaU dollar* in,000
and 934 other Price*.
Extraordinary Havana Drawing.
One Million Rpanlih dollar*.
Drawing April 24, e
Oerraan Government I.otterte*.
Pull explanatory riicular* free,
Poet oltlcc box 5,694. 111. Na?*an kt., New York.
\ -KBNTl'OKY STATE LOTTBRIEB OF J, ft. SMITH
A . A CO.
KK.WTt'OKY, RXTRA CI.ASB 357, ?0H 187A.
84. 50, OU, 11. 4, 65. 51, 88, 04. 26. 8, 10, 40, 2.
RCRTPCKY, CI.ASS 350. YOU 1870.
40. 41, 27, 88. 00, 47. 13. 37, 57, 15. 58, 67, 02, 40.
All order* address B. NATIIAN, box 4.87U Post office, New
?V'AKKS, KMERSON A CO.
Kentacky Ststo Lotteries drawn dally.
Royal Havana Lottery drawn every 17 days.
Kentacky tilugle Number Lottery, drawn April 20. 1870.
Trias* cached Information 1'uriiUhed and cirenlara free.
Ian Broadway. I'ost office box 5,272, New York.
BEACTIPUITKNGKAVINC??"KIRST BLOW FOR LIBerly;"
struck by the yeomanry of Middlesex. Essex
and Worcester at Lexington. Here once the embattled
(armcr -tood and fired the shot heard mund the world April
1W, 1775; drawn bv K. O. C. l?arley, engraved by A. H.
Ritchie; rise 2Ux30 inches; send lor circular.
MASON BROS., 04 Nassau st.
D~ Tkrasbs of men a sp.'cialtyT
HENRY A. DANIELS, M. D., 144 Lexington av.,n?ar
2tHh st. Office hours from 8 to 8.
Extraordinary Havana lottery! ?~~
One million Spanish dollars.
Half a million Spanish dollars.
Gorman Government Lotteries.
W'AOHjuMANN ft CO.. Bankers,
box 3,31 Post office. 73 and 77 Nassau st,
OLD AND SILVER AND ANYTHING CONTAINlng
Gold bought at market Drice; polishing, gilders'
rags, Ac., burned and melted by Bettner 6CIJAVVKL, 25
HOI FOB BLACK IIILLS.-SKND FOR INFORMAHon;
no timo to lose. HARVEY, ut Gilbert's, corner
Bowery and Sprlug.
UAYANA LOTTERY?NEXT DRAWINO APRIL 4TH.
;>8,iSki tickets. U30 prises, amounting to $570,000.
Capital prise. $100,000. For particular* address B. MARTINEZ
A CO.. Banker*, 10 Wall St., basement.
Box 4,?>82, Post office.
J HAVEN, AUCTIONEER, 30 EASTIsTH ST., GIVES
. special attention to sales of Furniture at private
houses; also sells at store every week.
K?CHRONIC CATARRH, DEAFNESS; IMPROVED
method; instantnueous rollof; permanent cures.
Dr. STODDAHD, No. 8 West 14th it.
?OFFICIAL DRAWING KENTUCKY STATE LOT.
teries. SIMMONS, DICKINSON A CO., Managera.
KENTUCKY, EXTRA CI.A*8 NO. 249?MARCH 29, 1070.
78, 54, 44, 53, 10, 30, 20, 33, 74. 59, 1Kb 91, 12.
KK.TTUCXV, CLASS NO. 250?MARC II 29, 1870.
4, 28, 72, 48, 40, 1. 21, 54, 9, 09. 0. 55 62. 20, 49.
HENRY, KXTRA CLASS NO. 149?MARCH 29, 1870.
37, 59, 68. 47, 46, 38, 60. 45, 12, 56 48, 19, 61.
HENRY, CLASS NO. 150?MARCH 29. 1876.
24, 31, 40. 52, 1, 3, 57, 16, 41, 71, 62, 27 87 2, 21.
Full Information oy applying to or addressing J. CLL'TE,
200 Broadway or box 4,968 I'ost office.
K?81MMON3. DICKINSON A CO.'6 GRAND
. monthly distribution. on the Havana plan, to be drawn
April 29; also Royal Havana of Cuba draws April 4. Full
Information by applying to or addressing J. CLUTE, 200
Broadway or box 4.969 rost office.
^"EKTUCKY STATE DI9T^TBT?T"1(JN"
Draws Saturday, April 29.
5.379 Prixcs, aggregating $300,000 In cash.
Capital Prixe. $50,C0U.
Agency Kentneky State lotteries,
Drawn dally and weekly.
Send for circular.
THOMAS II. HAYS A CO..
097 Broadway, New York.
AST DAY TO GAIN A FORT U N K. - W YO MI NO DOTturv
draws this day, March 30; $150,000 distributed.
Tickets, $1; six for $5. Prixcs cashed. ALLEN A CO., 79
Nussatt St., New York.
Vf FRYOlfs EXHACSTION?A MEDICAI, ESSAY,
Is comprising a series of lectures delivered at Kahn's Museum
of Anatomy. New York, on the cause nnd cure of Premature
Decline, showing indisputably how lost health may
be regained, affording a clear synopsis of the impediments to
marriage and the tre atment of tiervou* anil physical debility,
being the result of 20 year*' experience. Price 25 cents. Address
the author. Dr. L. J. MAUN, office and residence 51
tan tutli St.. New iorg _____
O?chronic" catarrh, deafness radically
cured by Dr. Keek's unequalled tuetlu d
Dr. HOYT, .1 West 24th at.
ILES, PILES, HEMORRHOID! OR F1LKfTpERMA
nentlv eradicated in two to for.r weeks, without the
knife, ligature, caustic or pain: perfect cure guaranteed iu
every instance, and not one cent charted until effected.
Dr HOYT. 21 West 24lh sL
PILES OR HEMOKKHOJ 1)3 FBEMANKNTLY ERADIcated
In two to lour weeks' painless treatment; no
knife, ligatures, cau?ttca or cuu-.frv'rniployed; positively no
chargo lor treatm-nt until cured. Circulars free.
Dr. STODDARD, only office No. 8 West 14th at.
T>OYAL HAVANA LOTTERY^
Orand Extraordinary Drawing,
A pril 24. 1*70.
One Million Dollars.
Only 15,000 tickets; 871 prist's, amounting to $2,250,000.
Circulars, with full explanations and history, free.
B. MARTINEZ A CO., Bankers,
10 Wall St., basement.
Post office box 4,682.
Highest rates paid for Havana bank kills and Spanish gold.
Reduced to a "certainty.-oiianoe to gain
$100,000 without risk; 8000,000 annually distributed
iu cash. Next drawing April 3. New York Industrial Exhibition
Company, legalised by spec al act-of the L*glsla
tore. We divide commissions with customers. Whole
Bonds. $19; Halves, $:i 7">; Quarters. $5; Certificates securing
the premium front the date thereof on a single bond,
$1 ; six lor $5. 'I he least a bond can draw Is $21; the highest.
$ 00.00". There aro no blanks. Circulars, with fnll Information.
mailed free. Address ALLEN, EDWARDS A
KORDUAM, Hankers, 79 Nassau St., New York city.
OTl'ITEHINO EFFECTUALLY "REMOVED.? t'ONFD
O deucn guaranteed; abundant references Addross, lor
circular, AMERICAN VOCAL INSTITUTE, 103 Waverlcy
STl TTERI NO.?U ft. STAM MKltnO lit8TITV TE (DR.
While), 417 -tth av.: best city references; no pay until
perfectly cured, fall or send for circular.
SECOXDLOUfsiANA GOLD DIHTKIII L'TIC)X.
At New Orleans, April 28. 1S7H.
Capital Prtre, fim.nmi
3,580 Prise*. amounting to $502,500.
All paid in liuld.
Only 20,000 Tickets, at $50 each, currency.
Tenths and Twentieths in proportion. "
For information, circulars. Ac., Address or apply to
No postponement*. WILLIAMSON .* CO., Brokers,
Box 11,028 Post office. 817 Broadway, corner Thomas st.
TAMAR ISDIKN-A" LAXATIVE KBCITTXTTZKNUE'
airrceabie to take; specific remedy for constipation and
lis constmuences. K. O Kl LI.ON, 27 Kite Bambutsau, Paris.
Depot, CASWELL. HAIABJ) 4 CO , New York.
SPORTIft CUDOeii BIRDS, ?.VC.
A -FOB ?af.l all KINDS or FAN1 V I>n,,s.
Birds, Ac.; Medicines for all diseases; Prepared Food
for mocking birds, at B. O. DOVEY'S, No. 3 Greene st.,
Arc TI ON AND FRENCf! POOLS SOLD AT D. J.
BERNSTEIN'S. 231 Broadway, on the International
Billiard Match between Sexton and Viguaux, at Paris.
French pools close at 8 o'clock 1'. M.
UCTION AND"FBRNClf POOLS BOLD ALL DAY,
at Thomas' Exchange 1.238 Broadway; also at Dan
Herusteiu's, 231 Broadway, on tho Interuational Billiard
Match betweeu Vlgtiaux and Sexton. GEO. M 1IIOMAS.
UCTION ANI>~FRENC11 POOLS SOi.D ALL THIS
day at NEW YOIIK Tl'RF EXCHANGE, 15 West
28th st , on the INTERNATIONAL BILLI ARD MATCH
at PARIS, between SEXTON and VIGNAI X FRENCH
POOLS close at 6 P. M. KELLY. BLISS? A CO.
HORSKB, CAKRUOEI, M.
A?MAJORCIIAS W. BARKER. AUCTIONEER.
. TUOKOCOIIBKKD SADDLE an 1 Race Horses
AT PUBLIC auction.
MR. PIERRE L< Oil 1.1.ARD S
SALE OK Thoroughbred*
WILL TAKE piece
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, at II o'clock.
AT BARKER A)OtS
CITY AUCTION Mart and New York Tattersall's,
CORNER OF Broadway and 38th st
tA IAIiIIUI) K.S ???? ready at me >1 art.
?MAJOR CHARLES W. BARKER, ACCTIONRKR..
BY ORDER of the
AMERICAN EXPRESS COMPANY,
WILL BR ?old, poritively without ratcree. on Saturday,
April 1, at 11 o'clock, at BARKER A SON'S City Auction
Mart and Now York TatteraaH'a, corner of Broadway and
Utah at., about
TWENTY EXPRESS WAGONS,
COMPRISING FOUR-It one Wagona,
two-horae Wagon*, Money Warona and a large lot of double
and aiagle EXPRESS HARNESSES.
WILI, BE on exhibition the day before anle.
ccnoft hocsr op arch. johnston,
IP to 2o l.Tth at.,
near Univeralty place.
*5 KALES of HORSES and CARRIAGES are held every
p Tnerday and Friday, at 10 o'clock.
*5 On every horae that it WARRANTED SOUNp from
? 24 hours to ,1 daya for trial.
? The OLDEST ESTABLISHED and moat Tollable hoaee
in the city.
_ GENTLEMEN HAVING HORSES or Carriage to
r ?ell. or thoao wi?blng to huy, can rely upon the aarae
rtrictly honorable dealing which haa alwaya character<
i?. U our houae and won tlie confidence and raapeel of the
A KILL AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF THE
the atandiiru lor rtyle and quality,
now ready lor inapectipi at our factory ana warerooma.
Broadway and 47th at.,
ftlh av. and 14th at.
Special attention ia called to our improvement in aide-bar
Wagona. which enahlea n* to offer the lighteat. aatc-t and
baat riding wagon ever produced.
uiitn .vre.it A i <) , 01 Broome ah
VN"IkLEUAVI Ft UK SKAT Is Ml1.1AM KOOKAWaY";
J\ one do. tin teat: a full ataortment of Carriaytt, our
own uiauutaetare. J. COLYKK A CO., M>4 Hroa'.way.
"I OKNTLKMAN KKSIItKS TO SI'.I,I, IIIH VERY
j\ ruperlor team of Hornet; alto. If detired. Carrin^o.
Wat on and Harneea. addrett bo* 2.H74 Putt olbce.
FEW Ft' LL~BLOOI>F D XT.ItKR NKY AM) AYKtlilre
('??i, for tale cheap. (n>|iilre of WILLIAM
WATSON. 17a Church tt.
A -4175 WILL BUY AN BLKGANT TOP WAGON;
. V . eoKt $t5<> last November. No. Kt Kaet Kith tl., near
?FOR HALK, ALA O Y' S T 0 KN () f T; AN TL . UANT
black Mare, 15,t2 hand* l.liclt, 6 .rear* old; warranted I
hound and kind; alto a top Pony Phaeton, nearly new, and
a act of One Harnett; alto two lionet, (It lor truck or bti.ineat
uee. Inquire at Mo ttCl Kaat 44th ?t . near lit or.
ATTakdsome thrkk^caktrr" clarenoe,
built by Wood Hrnt , for ale; alto Landaolet, latent
atyle; both (n superb order; owner mntt tell. Itppiire at
> Artcaai htaldea. 55th ah, near 13roadway,|
W V o
YORK, THURSDAY. MAR
hok8k&. cahkiagk9, ?c.
Attention is~?;allkd to tub oueat and
absolute ejcecctorj8 hai.b
ON TO-MORROW (FRIDAY), MARCH 81,
AT U O'CLOCK PllOMPT,
AT PRIVATE STABI.K NO. 20 EAST 38TII ST.,
BETWEEN MADISON AND :>TH A VS.,
TIIE ENTIRE STOCK OK UILBF.RT F. C. SHEARMAN.
BY W. II. NELSON, AUCTIONEER,
CONSISTING OK FIVE EAST AND HIGH BRED
ROAD AND FAMILY UOKSBS, ELEGANT CARltlAUES.
WAGONS. HARNESS, AC.. AC..
AI.L OF WHICH .MCST BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST
BIDDERS REGARDLESS OF COST OR VALI'K.
INCLUDING TIIE FAST BLACK GELDING BLACK
PRINCE, 6 rears old, 15W hand*; fine bone nod muscle;
it u natural trotter: straight, square. level gaited and a free,
pleasant driver : raised In Vermont; sired l?y Vermont Black
Hawk, dam a Morril maro, with a record in 2 .ill, Black
Prince showed it mile at 4 years old In - :43; last season he
wss entered lit 2 :3<) class, winning second money, as the
owner did not want him to hsvo a record, Molly Newton
winning first money in 2:31, 2 :29 and 2:30: he can show a
2:ROgalt; is an excellent pole horse and is wsrranted sound
BEAUTIFUL BAY MARK MOUNTAIN MAID, 7
years old, 15\ hands r very stylish and rangy: is considered
the hundsomott aiiluial goes'the road : needs no check or
curb , was raised by Mr. Tenbruok, Scott county. Kentucky;
took nrst prectlnm at Statu fair as the fastest and handsomest
5-year old. showing a mile in 2 .34: she can trot
much taster now when In condition ; she is warranted to
show 2:110 under the watoh; a laav can drive her: she is
Billy warranted sound and kind; her sire-was old Humbletonlan.dam
Sally Messenger, liy Starlight.
FAST AND HANDSOME BAY GELDING YOUNG
Rthau, 5years old, 15,hands; flnoiv made, showing all the
points of a last trotter; sired by Ethan Allen, dam the famous
trotting mure Mary A. Whitney; record, 2l38Jtf? be Is
well worthy the notice of horsemen, as Ids good qualities,
combined with nis grout speed and endurance, make hint a
very valuable young horse; he trotted at Lexington, Kv.
in 2 :31, 2 Sis.tj and 2;:iO .with only a few weeks training; If
he falls in gocd hands he is sure to rank with the fastest; he
U warranted sound, kind and true in all harness.
HANDSOME B AY GELDING FRANK PALMER .TR.,
0 year, old, 15^ hands; extra fine driver; fears nothing;
has been driven by a lady; Is very handsome and attractive;
was sired br Peace Maker, sun or jtysdyk's Haiublrtunlan,
dam Lady Packor; he showed a mile and repeat, when Mr.
Shearman purchased liiin last .Tutie, In 2 :2S; he and Young
Ethan have been driven to the polo together and make an
excolleiit team; warranted to boat 2 ;40 to the pole in condition;
he is warranted sound and kind.
BEAUTIFUL BAY MARE LADY EMMA,
o yours Old, i;>>, nanus; line style una Action; is wen
broke to all harness (double, single) and is nil excellent
saddle mure; loui;, flowing muue nud tail to the ground;
raised lu Kentucky; sired by Alexander's Abdallaii, dura
>lr. Wood's uromium mare ; (lie baa trotted frequently with
owner driving her to road wagon Inside of 2:40; she is a
very desirable family mare and warranted sound and kind,
S. B.-llIK ABOVE HOB8KS A KB TtlK HANDsomeat
that can be found in any gentleman's stable; they
must be seen to be appreciated; they were selected last
season for owner by competent judges; they are ail acclimated
and ready lor every dav use : a responatblo and
satisfactory guarantee given with each horse, and If thoy
don't prove as warranted they will bo taken back and aiouay
refunded. All are Invited to call, oxamina and ride behind
an v of the hornet; they will be found as represented.
Carriages and Wagons arc all lirst class.
City builders' full spring and side bur Wagons.
Beautiful top l'ony l'huoton.
Double and single Harness, made by Dunseomb; Robe*,
Blankets, Htable Fixtures, Ac., Ac.
All must be sold. No postponement, rain or shine.
A" TTKNTION IH CALLED TO~TME AUCTION HALE
OK THE VALUABLE AND WELL KNOWN HOUSES,
ELEGANT CARRIAGES, HAK.NE.iS. KOBES, BLANJC15TS
THE PROPERTY OK J.' J. STOCK BRIDGE, ESQ.,
TO BE SOLD BY PIBLIC AUCTION, BY ORDER OK
ON KRIDAY (TOMORROW), MARCH 81, AT
11 O'CLOCK PROMPT,
AT OWNER'S PRIVATE STABLE, IN REAR OF 140
5T11 A V.,
ENTRANCE ON WEST 1DT1I ST.
Including fine and handsome brown Gelding. lhh, hands
high, 8 years old; a high bred, noble and sensible horse;
cannot be surpassed lor his great natural style, blooded appearance
and floe, pure and even action; is genteel aiid
graceful in all his movements, and is reliable wherever you
may place him; was purchased for present owner direct
from Kentucky, one year ago, at a cost ol $1,200, and
showed 2:4I1 thou ; he is o free, prompt and resolute driver,
without shying or fretting; fears nothing; his slashing,
strong gait, with his greal stylo and lasting qualities, render
him one of the finest of the day: lie cau now beat 2 40
to road wagon, and his fine style and speed make him an A
No. I gentleman's roadster; he Is tully warranted sound
Tin-fast and high bred brown trotting maro l.a ly Mills,
hands hivli, 7 years old; aired by Alexander's Norinun,
datn a thoroughbred Lady Mills; when 8 years ol i trotted u
mile in 2:3i!j, aud two miles iu 5 :18Jf. then known as tho
Pat?mon mare;-ehe Is a flue, stylish driver, blooded In appearance
and is as game a rotd trotter as goes the road;.she
cau Irot 2 ;3K to a io td wagon and can always l.cut 2:35 o.t
anv good track, rind is warranted sound und kind.
Ex'.ra flue, genteel and fast bay trotting Horse, the most
elegant, best b -hovel aud molt geuteel road horse in the
State, 15'3 hands high, (1 years old, with tine symmetry,
style and u slashing, rapid, strong gait; sired by General
Knox; lias a record, on Mystic tracks of 2 :3d; can beat 2 :t0
to road wagon and the purest, sweetest driver Imaginable;
no road too long for lilrn aud no horse that goes the road
equals him In style and action ; general fin i blooded appearance
; is bold, bravo and fearless au l warranted somid and
kind; for gentleman's, road or laniily use be has no equal.
Fine, tast mi l valuable ihoatuut trotting Gelding, with
full kit ear mare and tall is 1 A .21.. hands Mali Is A ..Id .
wes raised by Mr, Alexander and purchased at his annual
sale when 4 years old; he can trot in 2 :10 or better; was
sired by T?tt;?r, dam by Ned Forrest; he has never (ecu
traiueil to fully develop his speed; he is llow finely developed,
without spot, tault, vice or blemish, and has a tine cordy set
ot liiubs, sound feet and is as finely built as any horse living,
and Ills extra breeding, lasting uunlitles, gamenesH. Ac., w arrant
tho belief that lie will rank with the first hois ? on the
turf III a very short time; he Is a sale and reliable driver; a
lad.v can handle him witii safety, and lie is warranted sound
The lust and handsome dark brown Gelding, Cipt. Joe;
lie is 15.2 hands high, H years old and was sired by Iron
L>nkr, dam by Alexander Abdullah; has all black points;
was raisod in Orange county and purchased there by owner,
and at time of purchase drorc him ubout 11 miles, to
Goshen track, ana without any preparation drove lifm two
heats, the first in 2:41 and repeated him in 2 :3H; he lias
been roaded this fall, and It has made marked improvement
In his speed, and Is ackuow ledged to he, by all who soe him,
whether speeding or standing, to he one or the finest, fastest
and most genteel young trotting horses In the city*; he can
lieat a 2 :4U gait to road wagon ; ne has ricli style, fino powerfill
gait and can go to track anil show a mile In harness inside
of 2:35: lie Is in all one i f the finest gentleman's
rosd-tcrs in the country, and Is fully warranted sonnd, kiutl
and as represented.
The well known, fast black gelding Monarch; Is 15)?
hands high, 1 years old; was raised at Kalamasoo, Mich.,
and sired by Magna Charts, dam by Champion; was purchased
two years ago for owner, who lias used lilm on
road and trotted him In seven races, winning first
money in four and second money In three races: he lias a
record of 2:32, and wis second In a race at Hartford in
2;'.ft>g: ho is an honest iin 1 well behaved horse ; can show
three boats on Fleetwood track ill inside of his recordvis..
2 :T2?this dsy, or no sale, and lie Is warranted to he
one of tlie safest horses In this city for gentleman's road
purposes: ho neither shies, pulls or lugs; Is a straight and
prompt driver; laitylisli In harness, requires no boots when
trotting, mid is warranted sound, kind and true, and to trot
a mile ill 2:20 and repeat.
Carriages consist of 1 elegant Conpo, in elegant order,
Wood hros.' build and coat $2,000 a short time ago; 1 elegant
Pony Pliaeton, 3 top Wagons, pole and shafts. Handsome
silver, gold and silver-mounted Harness, both single
and doable; fine Kobes, Hlatiket*. Ac.
N.H.?TUB A HU V JS ItUKSr.s I1AVK ALU BKK.N
DRIVEN 8IN0EE AM> DOUBLE, AM) AltE PERFECTLY
BE 1,1 A MLB.
SALE POSITIVE. RAIN OR SHINE. STOCK NOW
ON EXHIBITION AND TRIAL. HY ORDER Of
JOHN THOMAS, Receiver.
* T AUCTION.
J\. ON FRIDAY, MABCIl 31,
AT I') O'CLOCK
BY VAN TAS8ELL A KEARNEY, AUCTIONEERS,
AT THEIR MART. HO, IIJ EAST I3TII ST.,
NEAR 4TII AV.
SORREL MARE, PIRE~BY ETHAN ALLEN. 14.3
high, 8 years old; kind In nil hnntess; frre from vice or
trick: can be ontetyled by none and a lady can drive her;
lo ntrald of nothing: ran TROT IN 2:4 < SURE, and is
BAY MARE SIRED BY TOM PATCIIEN, 14.3 HIGH,
9 years old; has had no training, hut will trot In 3
MINUTES NOW; does not (Vet, shy or pnll; is kind in
single and double barneis and is WARRANTED SOUND.
THE ABOVE ARK THE PROPERTY OF A GKNTLEmnii
now residing abroad, and will be sold WITHOUT
CAN NOW BE SEEN AT THE MART.
T PRIVATE sai.K 01 Ml LANDAULEt! POLE
and Shalts, by J. K. Brewster A t)o.; Barouche, nearly
new. by Brewster A Co., ol Broome st.; top side bar Wagon,
by Brewster A Co., of Broome street; three, quarter Clarence.
in fine order, by J. R. Lawreuce A Co.; Surrey Wagon,
by lliadlcy, Pr?) A Co.; four scat Park Phaeton, shifting
top, hy J. H. Brewster A' Co.; T Cert, nearly new, by J. B.
Brewster A Co.; Coupe, I'nle and Shifts, by Bradley, Pray
A Co.; Landau, by Brewster A Co., of Broome St.: "extension
top Phaeton, by Miner A Htryens; Curtain Coach, by
J. C. Ham; four seat Rockaway, by Hooker A Co.; Coupe
Rockaway, Pole and Shafts, by Miner A Stevens-.six seat
Rockaway by Brewster A < o.; also oyer 2tO Carriages of
different kinds. VAN TASSELL A KEARNEY. 110 and
112 East 13th at
NY GENTLEMAN WISHING TO PURCHASE
cheap for cash one of the finest road Mares In the
city, oapplc gray. 15)? hands, seven )can old. warranted in
every way, and to pull two to top wagon at a SO gait. Is invited
to nmie and ride, if they mean t bny and not In ride
for fun; also latest style Windsor lop Wagon, single Harness,
Whip, Lap Robe, Dress and Stable blankets complete;
property of e gentleman a hose health will not permit blm
I - ride any more; will be sold together or separate. Inquire
at office of Arseual Stables, SOtli st , near Broadway, for Mr.
MKI.LVILI.L'S turnout, until sold.
ens as I V iis vkv linnusru pnoeeuvv ns
j\. deceaied, fit for farming, truck. trocery or general
111*; at half value ; trial allowed at KM Sullivan' at., between
Hnuitou and Frlncc.
ALhT _ft?k~8a r.k ?sfc;vTjT~y o ifirh. si itaelk FOB
. truck, farmer or any buaim-ai, til.I alluard. Do SouIb
r,th av.. near Hleeckrr.
A -I OFFER. ON ACCOUNT Of MY HUSBAND'S
, d*atli, four llorHea. anltalil* for farmer or any hiiai
new *8 Amity it., between Tliotnpeon and Sullivan.
A?for kalk. four iiorsrh; one bio horse,
weighing 1, .v r) eultab'e for farm or grocery uae or
any oilier builnei# purpose ; price from $oO to flfiO; trial
allowed. 57 Oreet J one* at., neat Bowery. ,
?fob HALE, TWO-HORSES, FIT for ANY
. kind of work ; to be ?old cheap a> the owner 1*
alt k. Apply at Jtll) t'hryalia et.. near Stanton it.
*4 BAY IIORSE, It! IIANDM, 8 YEAiU) OLD; FOR
J\. aale cheap. No. 8708th av.
A?TEN BUSINESS WAGONS, AlX SIZES'. BEI.OW
. coat, for exprera, grocer*, butcher*, baker*, laundry;
pack ape delivery Wagon*, pltif to $175. WAGON MANUFACTORY.
il?l Spring ?t.
A?one clarence, one OtU'l'B, onf. victo
rla, all neurit new ; mud by a prli ale family. To be
lenn at M Ct KLEV S, No*. 1u0, 111 and I lit Eaat l.ltli it.,
tear 4th av.
t T lllt.1* VtLff GRAY CANAOIAN FONT- Al.sn
j\. lint work Mure: wnrratited souud and kind, f?l5, $10(1;
True*, Wagon, Harness. 112 Henry ft., stalilo.
?to iirur ckiri vat roxr, mraci FSt?
. elegant top P 'I> Phaeton, Harness, Ac., half v*lno.
Il7?h ?t. and 7th av. (Iniuber yard).
ijarotciir,T iritis??", a hTrTufx7hTTt"roi.vJ)
try, a bargain, Wagonette, platlorm aprlngs, Hrewster,
maker. a pertect carriage: a l.awrener side Par Top Wagon ,
I put nit light steal Ilia. 112 per sot. jam. klanaoar,
157 East oJd at, near 3d a*.
C* 1AH PKNTK K*S IV AI. ON ."\VIT1I i'iTaT ruRM M PTt I ROM,
) very ?l it?y lit av. V. OOKii. Wbcdwrlaht.
CH 30, 1876.?TillPLE Sill
HOUSES, CARRIAGES, AC.
/'AKKIAGK REPAIRS.?WE OFFER CNL'HVAL FA
\j cilitiea for good and prompt work In our repair department.
Careful estiniutra made when desired. We llnlan ull
Carriage*, both new mid old, with Valentiue A Co.'? American
varnish. unequalled In brilliancy and durability by any
varnish of English manufacture. BREWSTER A CO. |of
Broome at.), lactory, Hruadway and 47th su, warerooius, 0th
av. mid 14tli at.
SaVfkky Iu l kTeh?c eijsbrated for their
lightness and durabllltv. considered by turfmen to bo
i most reliable made; all weights in atorjt and built to
order; price S1 J.Y Address CHARLES 8. CAFFHEY,
Camden, -V J. (opposite Philadelphia.)
CYaKTS, wagon and TRlTCfc AT COST; MILK
J Wagon, 3 Coal Carts, single Truck. Factory 75 1st av.
, Coupes. Road Wugons.
A. 8. FLANDRAU,
372 and 374 Broome at. (old stand of 11 re water A Co )
OR SALE?PAIR OF HI.ACK HORSES, WTI H" OR
without Coupe and Brewater Wagon. Apply at tinrato
atuble, 131 WestHL'd St., or address box 4,601 Post ofllce.
"LIOR 8ALE. - AT PRIVATE STABLE, i52 WEaT~24TH
J? at., a bay General Knox llorae, 13 hands high, perfectly
sound, eight .veara old; liaa trotted a mlie in 2 ;30; price,
call in the morning.
For sale cheap-a lot of qood'work
llareea. Apply at No. 3 Vestry at.
JD av., corner f>4th ?t.
C1C1R SALE?THREE CHEAP WORK JIORRRS AND
r three Business Wagons. 1 63 South 6th mv.
For 8AJ.R?tiTree ooodITorrks, SUITABLE roll
express, farmer, any business; also two Canadian
Ponies; warranted; bargain. 044 Grvenwlcn >>tOK
MA I-K?It AY HOK8K, B X PRESS WAGON AND
Harness. 36 North Moore St., in stable
TjlOR BALK CHEAP?SIDE DAR TOP WAGON, POI-E
P and Shafts, all In perfect order. Apply at stable 33
OH SALE CHEAP-I'OR WANT OF PRE. CONCORD
Express Wairott, platform springs, with shifting top;
also a first class top Grocery Wagon, good as new. rail at
376 West 18th St.
TTtOK THE COUNTRY?A 16-11 AND BAY CARRIAGE
V Horse, sound, except tender feet; will sell or exchange
for a smaller one. Address DOCTOR, 112 East 20th st.
EO OKOOHEGAN, AUCTIONEER, SELLS THIS
day, by virtue of a chattel mortgage, at HIS West 40th
St., 5 Horses, 1 Express Wagon, Caru, Harness, Stable
lltonails. Rale positive.
ORRI'.a WITH sT: HATCH KS?"TALCOIT'S CORK"
never fails. Large bottles, $1 26; small, 60c. Try It.
KIDDBIt. 83 John st.
H' ARNESS.?CHEAPEST HARNEsFsTOKE IN NEW
York; good Buggy Harness, hand njado, $16; good
Grocer's Harness, $46; good Doublo Team Harness. ?30; a
good Horse Blanket. $1 60. Pleaso call and examine for
yourselves. FISHEll A 08BORNB, Manufacturers, No. 71
Barclay st. _
K'KNTCOKY DAPPLE GRAY IIOR8E FOR RA LKThoroiighly
broken to the saddle and harness; flno
style ; splendid knee action ; six years old; warranted sound
and Wind. Apply to the owner, 121 Wuet 4Mh st.
PANIC PRICES?FIVE ]NEW TOP EXl'RKfcfi WAQons;flvo
eceuu<l hand Buggies; must sell. 121 Welt
Several fine uoRSEiTKoit sale. inquire at
O 146 end 148 West 31it it.
CPEED.?cheap" kor CASH, T1IE fast trotting
O Horse Rrown Rrlnti. l,r> hands, tine inauc and tall: It a
gTcat pole horse; pleasant driver; has a record of 2:36 to
polo ; can beat 2 :40, and warranted sound and kind; with
light Road Wagon. in fine order, bv Waterman; Harness,
Kobe, Blanket, Whip. At private stable, No. 3 West 15th rL
STABLE TO~ LEASE OR LET; EIOHT STALLS, GOOD
loft room, gas and light wagon room ; good truck room.
160 Jane st.
ACRIKtCE.?TWO TOP KXl'fcfeSfi WAGONfS, LldUT
and heavy; alto llarnets and Horses. 207 West 10th
TO LET?STABLES ON CENTRAL AV. NEAR HARRY
Bcrtholfs. O. 11 LAWTON, 422 West st.
rPO LET-STABLE, NEAR FULTON EKRRlf. BROOKA
lyn, H stalls, nlenty of carriage room ; rent, IftJOO. Apply
to W. HESTER, Brooklyn Eagle ofliee.
rpo LET.?A STABLE WITH 12 STALLS, AT 288 EAST
A Oth st. Inquire oT EDWIN MEAD, 13 Coentics slip,
or J. C. BRODEKICK, 220 East Oth it.
Tl? RENT?PRIVATE" STABLE, 131 WE8T_32D ST.,
near Oth av.
\\TANTED-A IIOKSE THAT CAN DRAW A ROAD
If wftjion under 4U, about 15. JJ, not over H years old,
ranf?y. Nt.vlbh driver, perfectly sound; buy preferred. Ad
dr**s II. C. li., box 1*97 Poet offico.
\\TANTED?8TABLE Ttf ELEVENTH OR SEVEN
It teenth ward. Address P. U O. N' ? box 150 Herald
\\fANT.SD-A TEAM OF HOlTND TRUCK HORSES, 8
T or O yeArs old; nlxMit 1,.'IO0 pounds weight. AppW to
the SOUTll BROOKLYN SAW MILL COMI'ANY, llaniilton
iiv.. corner Middle st.
YlTANTED?OHBAR FOR CA8II, COII'E HARNESS,
>1 in good i ider. Cull al or addraes 2<>~ West llHb St.
j 11(TitaTKAfor "~ii alf value?good" workkiw.
0 lor carts, trucks or farming; $.xt, $<>0 and $75. At SAHLEB'
stable, 341 tith st.. between 1-t ami '2d av?.
1/\ 8ECOND HAND SIX-SKAT PHAETONS AND
ivl Bretts, suitable for tho coming Centenutal; also top
and open Road Wspmi, bjr Brewster A Co. and other city
makers; top and open Basket and Panel Tony Phaetons,
extrusion top Rook aw ay a, Coaches. Clarences, Landaus,
Landaoiets. Coupes, Vict riaa. Coupe Rockswaye and sixseat
Kockaways, Sulkies and Skeletons, Harness Blankets,
Ac. \VM. H. OKAY. 30 and 22 Wooster at.
Q(I/l" BACH.?TWO SIDE .BAR ROAD VVAUONS,
?jP>'U warranted whalebone; city built; good as new.
124 West lilth st.
t%1 1 ft ? HAV MARE~ BVEARB.lMi HANDS; BLACK.
tpilUi $35; bay, $40; gray Horse, $00. 253 West 31 at st.
1 CC EAHT~MlTsir?BENSON BROS. HAVE ONE
I ? '? ? nice top side bar gentleman's Road Wagon, used
but little. .
?.f-BROWN MAlUi, l.Vy HANDS, 7 YEARS
i?IUv. old: kind and true <n al! harness: also farm
llorse. good worker. $35. I'ish tnnrket, 4Stb st. and lltli ay.
(*.~i l/A "BUYS BAY ABX t AL I.AH M AR ETTYKARS,
tj)?J\/U 15*? hands; park Phaeton, rubber covered ; Harness,
fur Robe, Whip, Cover. Kuroka stable, 125th at.,
A FIRST OUN DOWNTOWN CORNER LIQOOR
Store for sale very cheap; splendid location. Apply to
CHARLES BARRON. Wi Wall st.
t SIM.UNDID SWIPM'I ROOM, IMITKKNT1I WARD.
^ V location unsurpassed; bargain; also flr*t class Liquor
Stores. MAI.ONK, No. 5 Dejr st.
-CORNER LIQUOR HTOITBS; BEST IN THIS CITY
and Krooklyn, at great bargain*.
MITCH ELL. 77 Cedar st.
A?BAKERIES, RB8TAU RANTS. LOIMiiNU HOUSES,
. (iroccries, Meat Market*, ('rockery More*.
MITCHELL'S Store Agency, 77 Cedar at.
?THE BEST DOWN' TOWN DAY TK \ Dli SAMPLE
Room iu the city lor sale.
I.l.ovr) A W VRD. Broadway.
DRY AND FANCY UOODS TfoilK," <\ ITU OB
without stock ; splendid location: a rare o|i|iort unity;
terms easy; low rent. 147 Ocean ST., Jersey City Heights.
Taae Oreenvllle horee ears.
T~N IkLEOANT" WHEKLlili .* WILSON MACHINE,
.21 $2f>: tucker, eorder, embroiderer and rollers included.
84 Mast 3d st,, first floor.
T FIRST CLASS BAKERY FOR HALE CIIEA1'21
H iking from 15 to IS barrels a week. Apply tj JOHN
HoKSMAN, 241 and 243 tVasblngtnu st , eorner Park place.
7 WELL I'AVINo COUU LIQUOR STORE, UP
Jr. town, cheap; satisfactory reason Lir selling; will take
half cash. Address LIQUORS, box 132 Herald Uptown
Branch < fiieo.
FIRST CLASS DOWN TOWN CORN Kit LIQUOR
Store for sale cheap; splendidly fitted up: with [esse;
rent paid to 1st of May. WILLIAM AIIIIO IT, No. 3 Cham*
/TIOAR STORE FOR sale? BEST LOCATION 1N
\_7 llarteni, opposite the railroad depot, 4th av., corner ef
tainisu and" oyster saloon, "on a ?;\>oo
1/ thoroughfare, f?>r salient a berg at n thi? dny, or toto.rrnw
at auction. GAKKNKY A SMITH, Auctioneers, ofhco
17 Centre it.
LMRST OLA88 OYHTRK AN H~ CHOP IIOISK IN TUB
I best locality nf Brooklyn, K. D., doing a fine buaineae;
goou reeeuua (or aelllng.
(1AFFNKY a BJtlTH, 17 Centre at.
T>OR HA LB?A LOT OK OOMPOSITIIRN HTAMtS
L very cheep. J. L. KNIGHT, Bennett building, room
6, aixth atory.
TMOK HALR?A FIKHT CLASH DISTILLERY STORK,
I" well located, with or without Stock, doing n irnod trede.
Apply at No. 1<KJ Bayard at.
OR SALE?TlIE ""OLD~ ESTABLISHED CORNER
Liqnar Store No. 11 Jmine* ?t.. corner or New Bowery;
kept by preaent occupant for upward of 'JOyearr; rent low;
will be aold cheap.
FOR SALE-TWO COPPER HTILLH ANIt TIIKEE
Copper Tanka. For further particular* address D. W.
It. A Co., BJ Mannin at.
For halk?cheap, either ok two first class,
splendidly fitted ui>, down town barrooms to a rcaponaible
party. Addrcaa P. r , box 11llerald office.
L,')i: SALE-CORNER LlylOR STORK, IIK.xTaT
L rant and Hoarding House, with l.eaao. Inquire on
prcroi-cs lie* L 'wis at . corner nth at.
LV)R sALK-AWNIXG AND It. Hltl.lt IIL'SINEiaS,
I clirap for eaah; l? doing a good business; I Will give the
r a*"ii lor soiling. Apply at 7M Hth a*., between Rid and
L'Mit s A Lit?A BARGAIN, LIN CH AMI III NINO
1 Room .'"1? Broadway, opposite St. Nicholas llatel. A 1
i ere rh ince j
LViR HALK-I.T:ASK AND FIXTl'RkS OF A Liqi'tlR
f Store, with cheap rent; will be fold to dej cheap. In- j
uulre at U40 Deiancey at.
Iri<litTaIXTTikap?tiik lbasr, fixti rrs. ta- !
' i lea. Ac., of a lino uptown lllllfaril Room; located on
Broadway. Apply at once for terms, Ac , at No. 'JJU West
/'U'M l HY StiiKK KiiR sAl.k sin. K 1M| I 1 \- |
If tores. with Ave je*rs lease ; low rent; soulhcatt corner |
Mit, ?nd 1*1 W.j in 11 -( lie Mild. |
/<i:M 1KB IMPORTED CURRRt" t'C'RRASTH, MED
|T hiiiI wliltn, warranted; a'.ont ?i?l lot?, tu unit; -old on ,
KcMlt of removal, Kor addre** Inquire nt ltie Chatham
depot. X?w JrrWT, ____________
IWII.L HKLI. A I.IOCOR STORE OK THE WEsT .
eld* for $1 ,W caeli. if applied for witliiu lliree (l?js.
Addrett K.. bo* 127 llrrtld otT'c'.
J""EWT?IRY TAOTORV K<)R HAl,E?COMPLETE TOR 25
hands. rent, with power, *:??.?. M. II. W1MH K.
Spruce ?!.. Newer*, N J.
rmrouood wki.i. patixIi cuiar storks for
1 ?,ila?On tr>>od liu?iaa?t streets, now doiiip a good l.ii?|.
tiers. owner will nell either one * lie cannot attend lo th; u
good chance for an enterprising man to grt an rmnhllshrd
pa)lnic butlaeas. Apply to IlICII ARU n ALTERS' SON'S,
aurtlonecra, 27 Earn Itroudway
HE GREATEST IIAR'.AIN IN I HI. CITY-BI TTER
Store and Wholesale K*(t Route and |pp Wagon lor
sale . wilt tell either separately; owner point; to the loubtry
cause tor Milium Call at til Hudson tw
IirOOP ENrfRAVERtf.?KOR BARE B15AINEB8
T T worth $11,OJU to Jti.OOl yearly. Address KNiIKaVKK.
box - -1 Herald office.
AO /TAll LBAHK PCRNITUKR~A.\U FIRST CLASS
"1/ chop liouae. rooiua, liar, restaurant, ami In
splendid condition; location eentml, a tew doom oil Broad
way ; established over tliirtv years; will exchange lor real
estate convenient. RKTIHI.VU Herald office
uh>b sai.e chbap-2 tubkima lathes, i OVAli
1 Turning Lathe, I Font Lathe, I Hand 1 Drop, Press, I
Hollow* antTForge. Tli. P. MEYER, lHoCentre st.
pANTBD? A PI but CLASS horizontal tubular
Boiler of about It*' horse power. Address with full
description, KINGS COUNTY BfiFlNKKY, It)l Wall st.
K L HOPE V 5 S T E3 \ MSHIP9.
C3UNARD LINK.?B. AMD N. A. R. M. 8. P. CO.
Witn a trlew to diminishing the chance* of collision, the
steamers of this lino take a specific coarse for all seaaous of
On the outward passage from Queenstown to New York or
Boston, crossing tin- meridian of 50 at 43 latitude, or nothing
to the north of 43.
On the homeward passage, crossing the meridian at 50 ut
43 latitude, or nothing to the north of 43.
FROM NEW YORK FOR LIVERPOOL AND QUEENSTOWN.
ALGERIA Wed., April 5 I BOTHNIA... .Wed.. April 19
CHINA Wed., April 12 I ABYSSINIA. Wed., April 30
Steamers marked do not currv steerage passengers.
Cabin passage, $11)0 and $190, gold, according to aocoiiunodutlon.
Return tickets on favorable terms
Steerage tickets to and from all parts of Europe at very
low rates. Freight and passage office, No. 4 Bowling Orecu.
CHARLES U. FRAXCKLYN, Agent.
inman link-mail steamers. "
1 for qchhxstown and liverpool.
city of chester Saturday. April 1, at 11 A. m.
city OF NEW YORK Saturday, April H, at 3 P. m.
CITY OF RICHMOND Thursday, April 13, at 8 A. M.
CITY OF MONTREAL Saturday, April 33, at 3 P. M.
U1T1 UK 1 AKIN Saturday, April 30, at 10 A. M.
from pier N'o. 4"> North River.
Cabin pa?N>t|(e, $00, $Su and $ 10<J, gold.
Steerage, $3r, currency.
Drafts issued at lowest rates.
.JOHN H. DALE, Agent, 15 and 38 Broadway, N. Y.
1> STEAMSHIP LINK BETWEEN NEW YORK,
SOUTHAMPTON AND BREMEN.
Company'* pier, loot ot 3d at., Hoboken.
tlAPSHURU... .Sat., April 1 I ODKK Snt., April 1ft
NECK Alt Sat.. April H | MAIN Sat .April 31
Rales ol pus.age from Now \ork to Southampton, Havre
First Cabin. $100, gold ; Second Cabin, $00, gold; Steerage,
Krtutn ticket' At reduced rates.
Prepaid steerage certificates, $33, currency.
For freight or passage apply to
OKLBlCnS A CO., No. 3 Bowling green.
HAM HI It*I AMERICAN PACKET COMPANY'S DINS
for PLYMOUTH. CHEHBOUKG aud HAMBURG.
WIHLAND March 301 SUKV1A April 13
CIMURIA April (> | GELI.KRT April 20
Kates of passage to IMvtnouth, London, Clierbonrg, Humintra
and ull points in England, Scotlund and Wales
Cabin, first saloou, gold $100
Cabin, second saloon, gold tSO
Steerage, currency 30
KUNHAKDT A CO., C. B. RICHARD A BOAS,
General Agents, General Passenger Agents.
61 Broad st-. New York. 01 Broadway. New York.
LI KITED STATES MAIL, LINK?STEAM T0~QUEENS.
) TOWN AND LIVERPOOL,
sailing every TUESDAY,
from pier 46 North River.
WYOMING Tuesday, April 4, at 3 P M.
IDAHO Tuesday, April IS, at 1 P. M.
NEVADA Tuesday, April 3ft, at 3 P. M.
Cabin, $0.">. $70 and $So, currency.
Intermediate, $40; steerage, $20.
Passengers booked to Httd from Paris, Hamburg, Norway,
Swedon, Ac. Drafls on Ireland, England, France and
Germany at lowest rates.
WILLIAMS A OUION. 29 Broadway.
Aft Front piers 44 and 47 Nortli Rivor.
rem IAJ.visuis mur.i i
HOLLAND ...Thursdav, March 30, 0 A. M.
FOR GUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL.
EOYI'T, April 1, 0 :30 A. M. I HKLVETl A.Ap'l l.\H:MOA.M
THE QUEEN, April H. 3P.M. I ENGLAND. April 23, It I". M.
li. Cabin passage, $0t> and $70, currency. Return ticket* at
Steerage passage, $'-<<. currency. Prepaid steerage tickets
fr<>in England, Ireluud and Scotland at the lowest rates.
Drafts issued Irom 11 upward, at current prices.
Appiy at the company's office, 69 Broadway.
F. W. J. JI DUST, Manager.
new York to Glasgow, Liverpool, Dublin.
UK LEAST AND LONDONDERRY,
from pier 42 Nortli River Root ot Canal st.) as follows:?
STATE OK INDIANA Thursday, April 6
STATE OE PENNSYLVANIA Thursday, April 20
STATE OE VIRGINIA Thursday. Say 4
and every alternate Thursday thereafter. First canin, 5*10,
$70 and as1: return tickets. $120. Second cabin, $45; return
tickets, Steerage at lowest rates. Apply to
AUSTIN BALDWIN A OO., Agents, No. 72 Broadway, N, Y.
Steerage passago office, 45 Broadway.
TNCHOB LI NIL
A CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAIL,
NEW YORK AND ULAStiOW.
ETHIOPIA Saturday, April I, at 11 A. M.
VICTORI A Saturday. April M at tt P. M
C V I.I EN) UN IA Saturday, April 15. at In A.M.
BOLIVIA Saturday. April 22, at It P. M.
TO GLASGOW. LIVERPOOL, IAIN DONDKRUY,
QUKKNSTOWN OR HELEAST.
Cahin, $65 to $Hti. currency, according to accommodation.
INTERMEDIATE, $35; steerage, $2*.
Drafts issued for any amount at current rates.
HENDERSON BROS., Agents, No. 7 Howling Oreen.
0NLY~ DIRECT J.INK TO~ FRANCE.
THE GENERAL TRANSATLANTIC COMPANY'S MAIL
STEAMERS BETWEEN NEW YORK AND
HAVRE, CALLING AT PLYMOUTH (G. B.),
for the landing of passenger*.
The splendid vessels of this favorite route for the Continent
tbeing more southerly than any other) will sail Irom
pier No. 43 Nortli River, aa follows:?
LABRADOR (Sangllur; Tnesdny, April 4
AMKRiqUE (Pousols) Tuesday, April 18
FRANCE (Trudelle) Tnraday, April 23
PRICE OE PASSAGE IN GOLD (Including wine) :?
ftr.l en )i:n stl IO In ?1 JO nreordill" lo IM.mmnlllU
Second $72. Third, $40.
Return ticket* nt reduced rate*.
Steerage. $'.'0, with superior accommodation, Including
wine, bMH| M$ utensil*, without extra charge.
Steamers in ark o I tbui * do not carry steerage pa-senger*.
LOUIS |)K It Kill AN, Agent. 55 Broadway.
UThTtK ST All LINE.
V? FOB OUKKNSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL.
CARRY I NO 'I'll B UNITHD STATES WAIL.
The steamer* of till* line take the Lane Route* recommended
by Lieutenant Maury, U. 8. N., going south ot tho
Hunk* on the passage to Queeuttuwn all tbe year round.
BALTIC April I. at 11 A. M.
REPUBLIC April 8, at 3 I'. M.
(IKKM A NIC April 15. at 10 A M.
CELTIC. April 22, at 3 P. M.
ADRIATIC April 20,(at 0:30 A M.
From White Star Dock*, pier 52 North River.
Rales?Saloon. $0". $8" and $Ion, in gold; return ticketa
on reasonable term*. Steerage, $28,
Saloon, stateroom*. *nioklhg and liath room* are placed
amidships, where the noise aud motion arc leas', affording a
degree of comfort hitherto unattainable at -e t.
For inspection oTnlans and other Information u ply at tbe
company s office, K7 Broadway, Now York.
R. J. CURTIS. Agent.
OST DIRECT AND ECONOMIC ROUTE TO IIOL
LAND. BK Mil I'M, THE RHINE, SWITZERLAND,
AC.. AC.. VIA ROTTERDAM.
8TK AM K It M A A S March 93
8TEAMKK ROTTERDAM . April 1:1
These heautiftil steamers, carrying the United State* mail
to the Notherl.tml", am favorite" wltli the pnblic.
Trips regular, rato? low, comfort anil living perfect.
Per freight, ? ForputW., '
FL'NCII. KDYK A CO. L. W. MORRI8,
mo plymoithT ~knuland, uilticrr.
1 general transatlantic COM PANT.
ailing from pier -ill North River, foot of Harrow ?t.
LABRADOR, Sangtlcr Tuesday, April 4
AMKRIOVK, l'onr.olr Tuesday, April IS
SAINT LAt" HE NT, I.ucheriie" Tueaday, April 26
Prices of passage, in gold Klr?t cabin (including wine),
#1 20 end #110. according to accommodation; second cabin, I
#72; third, #40; fourth eabln or ?tecrago. $27. Thi? includes
bedding, wine and utensil*. Superior accommodation.
At the above ratej passengers are booked to any railway
elation in England without extra charge.
To Plymouth only, steerage. $24.
1,1 H 1.1 I * K KH HI AN, Agent. 5? Broadway.
il'H.iON MNP Ki ?K SOI Til AM P II IN ANDTiXLl,
It "ailing Irorn pier 63 .Vmlh Kiver. as follows:?
COLOMBO April SI HINDOO Mayfi
OTHELLO April 22 ' NAVARINO May 211
Kirst cabin. $7f), currency , second cabin, $4">, enrrencv.
Excursion ticket" on very larorable lerm". Tlirough ticket!
Issued to Continental and Baltic porta Apply for full particular"
CHARLES L. WRItillT A CO.. .VI Sontli ?t.
mkbioan lin p.
Weekly Mail Steamship service between
PHILADELPHIA AND LIVERPOOL,
calling at (Jmeenstown.
Sailing evory Thursday from Philadelphia and
Sailing every Wednesday Irom Liverpool.
The tollowlrig steamer* are appointed to tail from Philadelphia
eCirV OK BRISTOL Mar. 60 I "LORD CLIVB April 20
OHIO April tl I INDIANA April 27
PENNSYLVANIA . April 1!) | ILLINOIS May 4
PRICE ok passage in ckrre.nct.
Cabin. $76 to $100, according to location.
Steerage and intermediate ticket* to and from all point*
at the lowe?t tate*.
Steamer* marked with a star do not carry Intermediate.
J'asscuger accommodations for all classes unaiirpaeked.
I'or passage, rate* of freight and other Information apply
to PETER WRIGHT A SONS, General Agent".
!to7 Walnut *t., Pliiladelphia;
GEO. W. OOLTON, 42 Broad ?t . New York.
JOHN McDONALl), p*?*eger Agent,
No. S Battery place.
/ < ill. IT WESTERN STEAM8HIP """
VI TO BRISTOL (ENGLAND) DIRECT.
rOKNWALI.. Stamper Tneaday, March 39 1
SOMERSET. Wrfl'TO sntnrdny. April 15
(' hill paaaaue. >75; Intermediate. 9t.'>; Meant*", $:?>, car
rency; exciir.Um ticket., flJli; prepaid Mrer.iur iert>fleale?,
P-'tl. Apply hi W I) MOIIUAN. Agent, 70 South it.
OlDONOVAN RIHSA STE AMS IIIP PASSAUE OPflcc.?Kteamora
every day. Curk, Liverpool, GWazoir,
DrrTjr; Railroad Thkeia; Drafla. payable everywhere.
O'Dmuvan Ko???'? lintel, 1A3 Chatham iquare.
COASTWISE STEAMS IIII'S.
l)A< IFIi MAIL STEAMSHIP I,INK
X POR CALIFORNI A, JAPAN, CHINA. AUSTRALIA. 1
NEW ZEALAND, BRITISH COLUMBIA. Ac.. AO.. !
railing ft on i plAr foot "I Canal ?t., North River,
poll SAN FRANCISCO, VIA ISTHMUS OP PANAMA,
Strain.hip COLON Friday, March hi, 13 mem 1
connecting lor all Cent ml American nti'l South Pacific porta.
PROM SAN FRANCISCO TO JAPAN AND CHINA,
CITV HP I'KKIN April 1
FROM SAN IKANCI SCO TO VICTUill A, POUT TOWN*
END. TACOMA. PORTLAND. A' . Ac.,
on the lOtlt ami 35th ol every month.
Por freight or paasutre apply at loot ol Canal ?t , N R. i
II .1 Rl'I.L C. S i pern teujciih
S'CMTI^I'STA'TKH AND BRAZIL MAIL STEAMSHIPS,
ailing mnnthlv Iron Watmn . wharf, Brooklyn, N V .
for Para pern ambi ? o, maiiia ami kid Janeiro, .
railing at St. .lohn't, Porto Rico.
NELLIE MARTIN. Saturday, April IJ.
John rkamai.l. .??
Po.aenger aivninniMallom flfM elaat
Por freight ami paa.nge at reduced rale., apply to
j, H. Tt ckKR A CO- Awanta at I'ih at. I
PRICE FOUR CENTS.
OOAVrH 1*^ ITBAMIHlPa.
TPon Nassau, n. p.?a famous winter resort.^
" Regular mail atewuiakipa from New York via Savannah.
April S Mild 15: from Savannah, April 12 .art 10.
MURRAY, l'KI<KIs A CO., Bg Booth it.
N il'., HAVANA AND MEXICAN MAIL SS. LINK.
Steamer, leave pier No. 3 North River at 3 I'. M.
I'OR HAVANA DIRECT.
CITY OK NEW YORK Saturday, April t
CITY OK MKItlDA Tuesday, April II
CITY OK VERA CRUZ ....Tlmr.dav. April 1?
FOR V Kit A CRUZ AND NEW ORLEANS, .
via Havana, 1'roe re id, Cauipuachy, Tu.pan and Tanipleo,
CITY ok M K It IIIA Tuesday. Auril 11
CITY OK MEXICO Tueaday, May A
Kor freight or inwiatd' apply to
K. ALEXANDER A SONS. 31 and 33 Broadway.
Steamer, will leave New Orle.a. April 10 nud May 7,
lor > t*rt ? run and Mil other ports.
XTHW YORK AND" HAVANAIHRTCT MAIL LINB.-j
lv Then tlrst class steamships will sail at 3 P. M. from
pier 13, North lUver, foot ol Cedar it , iorfliiavanu direct, a*
\V i l,M I Ml ION Tuesday, March 2*
COM'MBliS Thursday, April 0)
For freight and passage. Luring unsurpassed uccouiiuodAj
tious, apply to
WM. P. CLYDE A CO , No. 6 Bowling Ureeo.
XoKBLLBB, LI'LI NO A CO., Agsatsla Havana.
Texas link toe ualvbston. tocciiing at ket.
Wost, currying tLe I Tided States mall.?The steamer
CITY Or' Al'STlN. Cauiaiu EMridge. will sail oit
Saturday. April I, at o P. M., from pier 20 Kast River.
Through bills of lading given to all poiuts on the Houston'
sinl Texas, Central International and Great Northern,1
Galveston, Houston and Henderson, and the Galveston,'
Htrrishurg and Sau Antonio rallrnnds. Freights and insurance
at lowest rates. For freight or package, having
superior accommodations, apply to C II MALLOKx
CO., lo3 Maiden lano, or W. I". (JLYI)E, No. I) Bowling;
TTtOB N EW OK LK A N S 1)1 ItKt'T. 1
r THE CKOMWELL LINE.
CORTKS. Captain Freeman,
on Saturday, April I, at 3 o'clovk P. M.,
from pier No. Si North River.
Through Mils otTadin,: given to Mobile and all principal
points on the Mississippi ltiver.
Cabin passage, $.">)); steerage, $25.
Apply to CLARK A SEAMAN, 86 West St.
MORGAN'S LINK OF STEAMSHIPS,
for New Orleans and Texas,
will sail every Snturduy to New Orleans, transferring Texaa
Irelgtit there to Morgan s l.ouisinoi iiml lexu- Railroad lor
Morgan City, thence per Morgan's line of steamers to Texaa
The BRASHEAR will sail from pier 38 North River, New
York, on Saturday, April 1, at J P. M., lor New Orleans
Through tills of lading signed to Motile, Oalvoston and to
all points on tho Calvusloii. Harrisbiirg mi l Shu Antonio,
Houston and Texas Central. Interuatluiial and ilreat Northern,
Texas and I'iicIHc and Trans-Continental railroads, anil
to Indlnnula and San Antonio, and all points on tho (itiif.
Western Texas and I'aeilic Hallway, brato, Santiago, Corpus
Cliristi, llockport, St. Mary's and T'ulton.
Freight Tor St. Mary's anil T'ulton lauded at Kockport.
Lighterage and Cliaunel does at ?lther Corpus Cliristi or
Braxoa Santiago at tlie expense and risk of consignee.
Through rates to Brown Mills, via Hio Orandc Kail road.
Insurance can be effected under open trolley ol U. A. Whitney
A Co., New iirleaus. From New York to New Orleans,
per cent; IVoin New York to all Texas ports via Now Orleans.
I. per cent.
Freight at lowest rates. For freight or furthor information
CHARLES A. WHITNEY A CO., Agents,
Fier JO N'oi th River. <
ONLY DIRECT LINE TO I LORI DA.?WEEKLY LINE
to l'ort lloyal, S. C.; F?:uandina, Flo. ; Brunswick,
Oa , sailing everv Thursday, from Fier 20 East River. The
td-auier ASHLAND, Captain Crowell, will sail Thursday,
March :><>. at 3 F. M., lor I'ernandina and Port Huyiii.
Through tickets issued to all points in Florida. For freight
or passage apply to O. II. MALLOUY A CO.. or HERMAN
Uhhl'UaK, 15a Mkiden lane.
OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP COYFANT,
sailing from pier 117 North River.
For Norfolk, City Point and Richmond. Tuesdays. Thursdays
and Saturdays at 3 P. M , connecting with tho Virginia
and Tennessee Air Lino, Atlantic Coast Line. Piedmont Air
Line, Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, and with the company's
steam lines to Ulterior points In North Carolina and
Virginia. Newborn and Washington, X. C. ;vla Norfolk),
every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
Lewes, Del., Monday and Thursday at 4 1". M., conceiting
with Maryland anil Delaware railroads.
Passenger accommodations unsurpaseod.
Through passage tickets and hills of la'ling to all points at
lowest rates. Insurance to Norfola, Ac., 'a percent. Troight
received daily at pier 37 North River, (ieneral offices, 197
Ureenwlch st. N. 1. McCKEADY, President.
IftoK Halifax, n. s , and st joiins, n. k.?
Cromwell Lino.? Steamship HEo. WASHINGTON
will leave pier 10 North River on Friday. April 7. ut :t P. M,
Cabin pas-ace. In gold, including stateroom and meals, to
Ilahtax, $lii; to Si. Johns, $.ln. Apply to i'IiAKK & SEAMAN,
811 West ?t.
~ ~ t1uvf.i.leus- guidb.
Albany, ac.-navigation between this oirv
ah*i Albany will be resumed on Saturday. April 1, by
the magnificent steamboats of the People's line, leaving
pier 41 North Klver foot of Canal at., dolly, Sunday* excepted,
at H IV M. Freight received ou Friday.
(illKAT THINK LINE
AND UNITED STATES MAIL ROUTE.
Trains leave New York, via Dosbroues and Cnrtlaudt it.
ferries, as follows : ?
Kxpres., lor llarrlsburg, Pittsburg. tlio West and South,
with I oilman pal ace cars attached, 9 :3U A. M., I) and 8
1*. M. Sunday, 6 and 8:30 I'. M.
For WlUiaiusport and Lock Haven at 9 :lfc) A. M. and 8 ;30
1'. M. For Corry and Erio, K;3U f M., connecting all
Corry for Titusville, Petroleum Centre and the Oil Regions.
For linltimoro, Washington and the South, "Limited Washington
Express" of l'ullman Parlor Curs daily, except
Kunday, Si:30 A. M ; arrive Washington 4:10 P. II. Regular
at S:40 A. M., 3 and U 1*. II Sunday. ? P jf.
Express for Philadelphia, 7,- 7 :3l), S :4<J, t? :J0 A. M ; 13:30,
a. 4, 4 :lO, 5, II, 7, S :b t, II P. M.. and l'i night. Sunday, .V.
IS, 7, 8:30 and III*. M. Emigrant and second c'nss, 7 l\ 4.
For trains to Newark, Elisabeth, Railway, Princeton, Trenton,
Perth Ambov, Flemlngton, Hclvidere and other
points, see local scnednles at all ticket offices.
1 raiurt arrive r rom i ivmuurg, o ? aou i>? ?T
9:20 I*. M. daily, 10:15 A. M. and 7:10 I*. M. dally, oxceot
Monday. l'roin Washington and Baltimore, KiWA.
4:06. <5:15 au'l 10:27 1' M. Sunday, <12 > A. M. From
Philadelphia. 5:1<), 6:20, <1 :.V>, 10:11. 11 :2<I. 11 :*>4 A. M.,
2:15, 4 A?,?:15, 0:10, 7:40. ?:44, 0 rJO, 10 dl7 P. M. Sunday.
5:10,0:20, 8:35, 11:54 A. M, 7:40, 0 :2o and 10:27
Ticket offices, 526 aud 944 Broadway. No. 1 Astor 11 o.iaa
and loot of Desbroase) and Cortlaudt ata.; No, 4 Court it.,
Brooklyn; Not. 114, 110 and Ilk Hudson at., llohoken.
Emigrant ticket office, No. S Battery piaeu.
FRANK THOMSON1, 1>. M. BOYD, Jr.,
General Manager, Oeueral Passenger Agent.
T> H ILADELPH IA. VIA l.ON" ! IIIIAM 11 AN D Til &
X New Jersey Southern Railroad?Pure front New York
to Philadelphia only *2 25. commencing March IB, 1871k
Lea\ e Now York from pier 8 North Hirer, loot of Rector St..
at 10:45 A. M., for Philadelphia, Vlneland and Toms River,
At 4 1'. M. for Ptiiladulphia, Tuckertou and Toms River.
W. H. SNEDKN, Ueneral Manager.
PROVIDENCE AND STONINUTON sTKAMSniP CO
NEW YORK AND BOSTON.
REDUCTION OP PARE
between New York and Providence to ? I.
Between New York and Boston to it
From pier 3:1 North River, foot of J ay at., the elegant
steamers RHODE ISLAND and NABRAUANsBTT daily
(except Sundays;, at 5 P. M.
From pier 27 N. R., foot of Park placo. steamships 'ILEO.
TKA and GALATEA dally (eicept Sunday)', at < 'P.M.
A?REGULAR CATSKiuTuNE UP THE "c tEEKt
, also for Stiijve-aiit and intermedial'' i.i idings
steamer NEW CHAMPION, from Canal ?t.. Tuesday. Thursday
aud Saturday; steamer McM.ANUS. Monnay, Wednes
VOK rondoit and kixgston, landing at
L Highland Falls, West I'olnt, Cornwall, Nawburg, Marlboro,
Milton, Pouuhkoepsi* ami Kaopus?Steamboat!
THOMAS CORNKLL leave every Tuesday, Tlmr.day,
Saturday: JAMICS W. BALDWIN, Monday, Wednesday,
Friday, Harrison at.. Pier :t4'Norih River, at 4 P. M.
A?A1TKI..V, SON A CO.,
873 aud 875 Broadway, corner 13lli at.
of Millincrv and Novelties,
THURSDAY, March So.
ISAHKAU'S HAIR" NF.TS FOR TIIK FRONT IIAIR?<
Also Invisible Crimp, madu out of natural curly hair;
aUo assortment* of Mrnlda, Ac. No. 7 Union square.
MATTING?MATTTNO?? RAJC D ofimmi *3 DAY ?
4 4. 5- I, rt 4. white, red, check and fancy; great barpains
for cash Ituycra. 371 Broadway.
THURSDAY, March ?>, 1K7H.
2,500 dot. 3*hnttuu kid Olovns.
Colors?Operas, white and black.
$5 per doa.
L. M. BATHS A CO.,
4M Broadway. 403.
Hll.l.lkF.ltV 4X1) nilKSIMAKIWn.
4 M.tRIK TIM.MWN <JO , Of PARIS, lUrot'.TKRS
TV, of fine Millinery, eucce?*.>rt to Mmo. A. Michel, 4'i-T,
t'dh ?., near JOtb Hi., returned Iruiu I'aria by Terolre. Rxpoattton
opening, Wednesday, J'.tli, Thursday, 3'tlh of Marcb.
CID1 AM) RI'ACK I'LAiriSl), AI.SO IN)l'RI,K BO*
0 plaiting dona while yon wait positively up to U3 incline
wide Kara your goods by calling on S. -lOAKl'll, :trt Koraytb
?t? two doore front Canal.
POST OKFICK MliKK.
POST OPPICK No ITCK -TUB FORBION MAILS POR
1 the week ending Saturday, April I, |S7fi, will close at
tine ofBre on rdiiosday at 4 A. M. for Rarope per
tramer "Ja??," eta (jiiecn?t?wn ; on Timed it at 11 :3 ' A.
>1. for Knropo per ateainar "Wlelaml," via Plymouth, t'berhoiirx
and Hamburg; on Saturday at H A M lor fireat
Britain Ireland and franco per atetrner "Kallie," via
Quaenstnwn, and at R A M. for Scotland direct, ftnnsl
I e aperlally addressed,) per ateamer "Kthlopia," via
lihiagnw, and at II :*) A. M. lor Kurope per aleaioer II ababurg,"
via Kuutbawpton and Bremen. The mail* for
China, Japan, Ac., will leave San Kranoiaco April_1S. Tha
dlrecl mailt for llrar.il anil I'nrto Rico will leavo Now Vorlt
April 15. The roil hi for the Wall Indiea, via Ilat ma. will
A. Ol'ARI>iT?'l A CO. Bankera.
No. 0 Vln drl Olgllo.
t'irrtilar Note* iinil Draff* on Loudon, l'arla and New YorH
Ctdtrd hi the heat c*<Uiange?. Lettrra received aad promptly
Heading riinmi, with American and KnglLh paper*,
liixxli etored Mini rnrntrdnl. No cotnmi??lott I'll arvrd.
I O.N'I'S IIOTHI/, M'.W BONO ST AM) CLIFFORD
\ j hi ?Till* well known comfortable hotel lor famllfe* and
gentlemen, the only one In tliln central altnation, lie* now a
mint comwiodlou* ami luxnrlmialy appointed amoking and
reading r? to, wltli a I arte hay window commanding a raoit
cheerful view lit this important and laalilnnahle thoroughfare
: ycoir vi?lt In elicited ilionld yon not already hare made
choice of a hotel lu the Wart F.nd of London. tinder the
management of W. I. and Mra. CIIAMBBM.
\TO0L BROTHERS, 70 BASINIIALL ST., LONDON,
y eatahtUhed-U year* na rominUeion Itonao. Intimately
anjnaimed with the American trade, are willing to extend
their connection there and act -pi a few good, fired elate
client* lor Eniillnh good*.
U'ANTED TO UKNT-Ot) WALL TENTS (A KEY I'ATternj
anil 7.'i M.tt'tea - an I I'll!ewe. Addr???, rtaung
teiiur. U. (i. UKOVYN. Ulvtou. N. Y.
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