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THE NEW YORK HERALD.
WHOLE NO. 14,479. NEW YORK. THURSDAY. APRIL 13, 187G.-TRIPLE SHEET. PRICE FOUR CENTS.
DIRECTOR! FOR ADVERTISERS.
AMUSEMENTS?12m P*or-?lh and 6tb colt.
ARTKOLOGT-llTO Pxca-?Hh col
BILLIARDS?tarn Paca-Stbcol
BOARDERS WANTED?12tu I'sgk? IucoL
BOARD AND LODGING WANTED?12th Pica-1st and
2d Mil
BROOKLYN RBAL ESTATE POH SALE?2d Patw-lst
col
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES-!*? Paoa.
B' hlXESS NOTICES?'Tn Pana?6tb cel.
CITY HEAL K8TATK POIt SALB-Jo Paob?lit eol.
CLERKS AND SALKSMKS-llru PaGS?3?h coL
CLOTH 1 NO?1 1th Paua-*'<th col.
COACHMEN AND UA&DKNERR?lira Paoa-Mh and
8th col?.
COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS?1st Pa?a-3lh And 6th cols.
COUNTRY BO A 8 D-12th PaGK-Jd eol
DANCING ACADEMIES? 12th PaGK-6th co).
DKNT1STRY-12th Paob??tb eol. ? __ ..
DWELLING HOUSES TO LET. PTTRMKHED AND
U N FT," R N IK H K D?2 n Fagk-M. 4th and .th coU.
EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS-1 it PaCK-3IH ool.
El'ROPE?I2rn Pacb-24 col.
FINANCIAL?Frit Pag A.
FOR SALE?&th Pauk?0th col. . __
FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?2d
Paob?"Ah col.
FURNITURE?I2rtt Pacb?4lheol. ...
H1LP WANTED-PKMALES-IIth Pagk?4th col.
HELP WANTED-*ALES-IItu Paca-Rlb col.
HORSES. CAHR1AOKS. AC.-lsT Pagk?2d. Jd And 4th
toll.
HOTELS?12tn Pagb?2d col.
HOUSES. ROOMS. Ac.. WANTED?2n Paok?6lh eol.
INSTRUCTION?fun PaGB-?lh eol
JERSEY CITY HDBGKKN. HUDSON CITY AND BER
GEN REAL ESTATE FOR SALK-Ud Paob? 1st ool.
LP.CTUKF. REASON?12TB Pioit-IRh eol.
LEGAL NOTICES?1>t Pagb?'Kb col.
LOST AND POUND?1st Paob? 1*1 col.
MACHINERY-1B1 Pagk?4HIi col.
MARBLE MANTELS?I Ith PAU*-6th col.
MEDICAL?11th Pagb?Bill eol. ...
MILLINERY AND DRRKsM AKING? 1st Pagb?4lh eol.
MISCELLANEOUS ADVEHTIKEMKNTS-IOtii Page?Blh
col.
MUSICAL?12th PAGB-eth col.
NEW PUBLICATIONS?'Wh PaCB-?tb col.
PKKRONAL-Ibt I'aob?l?t col. . .
PIANOFORTES. ORGANS. AC.?12m Pack?2d col
POST OFFICE NOTICE?1st Pagk?4th col.
PROPOSALS-Mm PaGK-flth col.
PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES?
11th Pagk?4th col. _ _
PROPERTY OUT OK THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO
RENT?2d Page?I ?t end 2<l ool*.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE?2n PAGK-2d and 3d
cols.
REAL ESTATE WANTED?2n raGK-3d col.
RKWARDK-Ist PAHK-Ut col.
SALES AT AUCTION?12th Pack?3d ?n<l 4th col*.
SITUATIONS W ANTED?FEMALES?llTl! pAOK-lst, 3d.
:<d and 4th cols.
SITUATIONS W ANTED?MALES?11th Pagb?4th and
Mil col.
SPECIAL NOTICES?1st PAGE-lst und 2.1 cole
SPORTING-DOGS. BIRDS. AC-lsT Page?2d col.
STORAGE?1st Pagb? tth col.
SUMMER RKSORTS-PJtii Pagb?3d col.
THE TRADES?llm Pagk?Wh eol.
THE TCKF?1st Pagk?2d col.
? TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES?2d Pace?3d eol
TRAVELLERS' OUIDK-ltT I'AOK-tlth col.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET
2d Pagk?3th end 6th cols.
WANTED TO PURCHASE?1st Pack?6th eol.
WATCHES. JEWELRY. AC.-2d Pagb??th col.
WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR HALE OR
TO LET?2d Pagk?1st col.
WINP.8, LIQUORS. AC.-l'Jm Pagh-2<I col
YACHTS. STEAMBOATS. AC.?IOth PAGK-Oth col.
PKR.YOYAL.
AT)l)PTiON?TO GOOD PARTIES."HANDSOME NEW
il born Boy, American parent*. 10 Wr*t 3d St., near
Broadway.
A I DA?WILL BE PLEASED-TO~HEA RFKOMYOU
once more. PERSONALS.
RONCHINR.
B
Broadway, mth >t.. 7th av.. west iitii
St. to 4th tt.?Will the two young Indies who noticed
the two gentlemen pteane ninke an engagement. that an
Acquaintance maybe established; state circumstances to
6recent mistake. Address WILLIAM, Herald Uptown
ranch office.
B
OOTIDS THEATRE, BALCONY.?ALL RIGHT.
L. G.
For adoption-a fink healthy female
child. Call ou Mrs. AVERY, 103 6th St., near Pavouia
?v? Jersey City.
P.?LETTER FOR YOU IN YOUR OLDBoIl
B. I.
ORTO.V?BUY WESTERN NOW; WILL BE IN
town next Monday. PIIlLlP.
IK THE LADY WHO 1RECOGNIZED GENTLE*AN~IN
Carroll at., near Clinton, Wednesday morning, desires to
tiakc acquaintance please address HARRY Y. G1I.LM0RK,
Cost office. Brooklyu.
I^TK(TuEUITK.-YOU HAVE MADE ME QUITE HAP
B1 PT. PHILIP.
H.
H
NT
ELL-MEET MK AT CAPTAIN BOYTON'S KXII1RI.
lion, Cunard Dock, Jersey City, a', four to dav.
MAROON.
w
TWO AMERICAN CHILDREN FOR ADOPTION;
light com pi ex Ion, 77 Hldridge at.
'ILL THE LADY WHO LEFT HRoaDWAY CAR AT
I 14th st. about six o'clock Tuesday allow the gentle
man who followed her an opportunity to explnic his appa
rently strange conduct t Address G. F. T. M.. Ilrrsla oft:ce
X~ XX?? HERE WE UAD DINNErTSVcb^C ? ~
MITCHELL.
V"ES-6UiO WILL BE PAID FOR INFORMATION
X tluu wiU load to the detection of the black-hearted
cowardly scoundrel wlin wrote the anonymous letter signed
Neighbor. Address U URBAND, Herald office.
J.OK'l A MI FOl Nli.
Earring lost-black onyx, hoop and PhARL
hand; Mth it., np tith a*, to 27tli *1 and Broadway;
full yalue giren. E. BALLINGS, 1,133 Broadway.
Found-a km all row boat, the "owner can
have Iter byproving property and anting marges.
WILLIAM IIARROI.D, American Coal Dock, Jersey City.
' T~OST? * P R r 12. RETWK R N T11 El H) URH OK SAND
lj 4 P. M , a lady's gold Wntcli. with the Initials Inside
a. E. II. to M. L. s., November H. IH74. It is an heirloom
tnd highly valued by owner. On returning It to 17H 2d sr.
the Under will be suitably rewarded.
L~ OST? IN I1GHOKKN, IN GOING KIltiM KERRY ST.
to 7th and Garden, or In a Jersey City ear. a Pocket
hook. containing a small sum of Money and a lew Papers of
no value to any person but the owner. The Under will he
rewarded by returning the same to 207 Garden et., Ilobo
ken. N. J. _
IOST-A FEW DAYS AGO. A GOLD PENCIL.
J marked 11. It. II. The Under will reeeire a suitable re
ward on returning It to 265 Nth av.
( T "osr.?A \Vlfrrk~Sun7, DOG, ON 8TU AV.; NAME,
J J I'riuce. A liberal reward will be paid by returning bim
to 156 Weal i'Oth ?t.
Lost-bank book no. 0.430. issued hy frank
lln Savings Bank. New York, to Caroline M. Bartlett,
trustee. The finder will please leave it at the bank.
Jasr-X chaTn and" BLACK ENAMELLED
J Imcket; on Tueadar, April II, going Irom Central Park
to 36th at., between Kill av. and Broadway. Anv one re
turning it tn 240 West 63th at., between Broadway and 8th
nr., will receive a lloeral reward.
Lost-scotch teMier~1u7ut, named - stump."
Liberal reward paid by leaving at No. 703 6th av.,
;igar store.
rpt) alITwTIom itmXy concern...lost, a wakk
X X house Keceipt. numbered 12.962. Issued by Messrs. Ti
tos A Hurdett, of No. 40 West St.. New York, dated March 2,
JM7H, lor 1W) bales of cotton, marked R. K. P. All persons
are hereby warned against receiving said receipt, delivery
having been stopped, and are requested to return the same.
If found, to WM. K. ROGERS A CO . IB South William <t
RfcYVARDs.
<f? ()(\ REWARb?I/OST.'lNGOINGKROM'~tbWT
and 3th av. to 37th st. and 3d av.. returning
through Park, a Part of an Earring, with several stones.
Return to 16 East 73d st.
Reward-for a little black and tan slut.
with a collar and red ribbon round her neck; answers
to the name of "Fan;" a liberal reward will be paid. Return
to 246 4th av. (Phtrnix Clah).
SPECIAL. NOTICES.
A'?pftlzfc'oP oX k"m i'CLib Xdollars.
Extraordinary lltrnot Lottery.
IN.OfO tick*!*, *71 I'rite*.
Drawing, April 24, 187(1.
1 Priieof fl.nno.nno
1 Prrae of 300,000
1 Pme of inrvrn
I Prix of )... So,000
Smallcit Prlxe. $300.
Roval Snxon Oovemtnent IxHtery.
Main Drawloir commencing May I, 187\
SO.tXKI ticket*. 1*1,UOO Prlae*.
I PrlM or 'rold) $120,(100
I Prit? nf (Cold) 72.(*m
I PrlM of (cold) 48,000
Pall explanatory circular* free.
THEODORE ZSCHOCU,
Poat office hox 3,304. 116 Xan?au ?t.. New York.
Auction notice.
Hon.rhold FttrttlUr* *ale?.
ROBERT SOMEKV1LLK. Auctioneer. 74 Unlverdty ft*?,
corner lath ?t., will, a* heretofore, irlre *;>ecial attention to
*alc* of Household Kurnilnre. Ac., at rraidmcca of partie*
derllnms hoiiaekerpini; t *: hi* ?pa< iou* ?*le*roum a* a hove.
American institute annual elkction
Thumiay, April 21). 1876, at the room* of the in.litutr
L'ooper Kaildinc Poll* will open at 10 o'clock A. M. and
eloae at 8 o'clock P. M
ORRSTKS Cl.KVEI.AND. l'reaidciit.
C. McK. Lroixn. Rrcordmc Secretary. _____
A -ISAAC (I. BO VCR, '.847 RKOADWAV. LAWYER.?
? Divorce* ohtallied prnmntlr. withont publicity. dpaer
lion, incompatibility, habitual drwttkenne-*. Infidelity. In.
kumari treatment, conviction nl telony. P*??pnrt? obtained.
ALLBN A CO., 7U NASSAU ST.. NEW VORK.
Wyoming Lottery draw* April 2<V,
Ticket* $1. (la for $3.
Extraordinary Havana draw* April 24.
I'rtiea caaned. Circular* mailed tree.
A _J[IJ.(JUCKY STATK LOTTERIES OJf I s. SMITH
kaxTtVKT?exTna eta** 381. ron INSfl.
M, 13, 73, 18. So. XI, 37. 41", 87. 13. ?. 17, 32. 33.
k) xTtt'KT?rt.a.a* 3*2. ron I87U.
10, ?9. 81. 4(1. 74, :?s. tt. 43. 41. 33. 43. 21. I). V\
All order* addraa* B. NaTIIAN, hox 4,870 Poet office. New
Torx rliy.
A -PARKS. EMERSON ? ?o.
. Kenturky >t*te Lottrrie*, drawn dally
Royal Havana Lottery, drawn every IT nor*
Kentnckv Slnsle Number Lutterv, drawn April" 20, 1876.
Prtie* i aahed. information tnrni-ned and t ireular* tree.
Irai H road way. Po?t office box 3.272, New York.
IBEASKS OK MEN A SI' CIALTY
HENRI A. DANIELS. M. I)., 144 Lexington nr. near
It at. Office hour* from H to 3
a
13XTRAUKD1N'aKY HA VAN V LOTTERt.
y Hr-t I'riie,
One million siuiriiah dollar*.
Sacomt I'nir,
Half a million r*p*ni?!i dollar*.
Herman o over timem Loiteriee.
W Afll-M a NX * t t) . Ilaniter*.
lex 8,3|-i l'o*t office. T5 and 77 Nataat
mm at,
XTRAOliUINARY Havana lottery ?Pi Est
prtre. 41 .ta> '.'*?); eoeond prtie, S.Vi0.tT*i. Ticket* for
Circttlart free. K. SOUNENBERo, box 1,163 Poet
, New Harm, Conn.
SPECIAL. NOTltKS.
/i ?OF Ficfr l.DK AW IN I; S KENTUCKY'STATE LOT
It. terlr a. SIMMONS. DICKSON A CO.. Manager*.
IkXTUCIT, KITS* Clunk Ho. 273? kHHIt I'.'. 1*76
68. 04. OU, 58. 74. 11. 21. SI. SI. MS. IS. ?'?.
KHHTrCKT. CLkH? HO. 274? AI'RIL 12. 1876.
41. 26. 66. 72. H. 7U. 68. 57. 51, 25. 5.2, 8, 47.
? IHBT. SITKA Clull HO. 173?APRIL IX IH7H.
62, 4H. 51, 63. 41. 6, 51. 24. 5S, 43, 29, I.
BHHKT, rLAXS HO. I74-APK1L 12. 1876.
70, 2, 7, 23. 14, 66. 59. 20. 22. 36. 04, 5. 75.
Fall information by applying lo or addressing J. CI.UTfc,
200 Broadway, or box 4.W59 I'ntl offlcr.
? SIMMONS. ' DICKSON k CO.'8 OKAND
. monthly Distribution. on th? Havana plan. In ba
4r?wn April 29; al*o Royal Havana Kxtraordlnary of Cuba
draw* April 24. Full information St applying lo or ad
dressing J. CLl'TK, 21*) Broadway, or box 4,968 Po?t nfflre.
?CHRONIC CATAHRH. DKAFNF.SoTIMPROVED
method; Instantaneous relief; permanent cures.
Dr. STODDARD, No o Wen 14th ??.
AILLARD. '
Exposition d'oulk de Cannes,
EASTER KiSilS,
I.(*'7 Broadway
(Fifth Arenac Uotei).
K.
M
MME. RENO. FROM PARIS.-LADIES IIAVINiS AX
nniiataral growth of hair on fare, arms or neck ran have
it removed in two days without Injury loth# skin; wonderful
method for removinc pits and all ditfiL-ureinenta of the fare,
no mnltrr how deep: satisfaction. 405 4th sr.
?yERVors EXHACSTION.-A MEDICAL ERR A 7,
1X eompriaintr a aeriaa of lectnreadelivered at Kahn'a Mu
seum of Anatomy, New York, on the rauae and cure of Pre
matura Decline, showing indisputably how lost health mar
be rrtrained atlording a clear synopsis of the impediments to
marriage and tha treatment ol nervous and physical debility,
being Ilia reault of 2t> years' experience. Price X5 cents. Ad
dteaa the author. Dr. L. J. K.AIIN. ofllra und residence 31
Eaat loth at.. New York
N'kw hki.kans aTTenct.?A "broker, FAVORA
bly known. wouM like to and one or more agencies of
poods suitalde m the wholesale grocery trade. Pleaae ad
dreaa box 2.489 Post office New tirlentik. I n
XTKW YORK OAS Mf.TE K~ANI> PROTECTIVE
ll Agency. Send for ppospeetna. 156 East 28th si.
PtLKS-Pli.KS.-HKMORKllOMls nit PILES PER
inanently eradiraled in two to four weeks without the
knife, lignturr, caustic or pain; perfect cure guaranteed in
every instance, and not one cent charged until elTcrted.
Hr. Ill IYT, 21 West 24th St.
ILES (lit H EMORRHOIDS PERMANENTLY BRaDJ
caled in two to four weeks' painless treaitnrnt; no knife,
ligatures, caustics or cautery emplnved ; poslilvelr
NO CHARGE FOR TREATMENT CNTII, CURED.
Circulars free. Dr. STODDARD, only offiee No. M Weal
14lh at. .
JJOYAL HAVANA LOTTERY.
Grand Extraordinary Drawing,
April 24, 1870.
Capital prise.
One Million Dollars.
Only 13,f)QP tickets; K71 prises, amounting to 82.230,000,
Circulars, with lull explanations and history, free.
B. -MARTINEZ k CO., Bankers.
?... 10 Wall at., baaemoui.
Post offiee box 4.082.
Highest rates paid for ilarana bank bills and Kpanlah gold.
SECOND LOUISIANA GOLD DISTRIBUTION?
At New Orleans, April 29. 1S76.
Capital Prise, $100,090!
3,580 Prises, amounting to 850X500.
All paid in Cold.
Only 20.000 Tickets, at 850 each, currency.
Tenths and Twentieths in proportion. -
For Inlormation, circulars. Ac., address or apply to
No postponements. WILLIAMSON .t CO.. Brokers,
Box li.O.'tl Post office. 317 Broadway, coruer Thomas sL
TAM A K INDIF.N-A LAX ATI V K FRUIT LOSENOB,
agreeable to take; specific remedy for constipation und
Its eonaei)iirnres. F. GKiLLON. 27 Rue Kamhateaii, Paris.
Depot, CASWELL, HAZARD A CO., New York.
f?lll
K EVENING TELEGRAM
IS TIIK M08T VALUAHLE ANI) CHEAPEST
ADVERTISING MEDIUM IN THE CITY.
SEND FOR RATES. OFFICE NO. 2 ANN ST.
4(1 (HUI Itnn -ROVAL HAVANA LOTTERY.
?PiiV/uU.UUUt Grand Extraordinary Drawing,
April 24. 1876.
Circulars, with fall particulars, free.
P. C. DEVLIN k Co., Stationers and General Agents. No.
3 Park row (opposite new Post office;, New York.
~ SPOUTING?JDOGS. HI 11 OS, At . *
?FOR SALE' ALL KINDS OF FANCY DOGS,
s Birds, Ac.; Medicines for ail diseases; Prepared Food
for mocking birds, at B. G. DOVEY'S, No. 3 Greene it,
near Canal.
A~ UCTION AND FRENClf POOLS SOLD AT THOMAS'
Exchange. 1.239 Broadway, Friday afternoon, on the
Baao Ball match at Naw Haven, between the Bostons and
New llatena; also, in the evening, on the New Orleans
running races. G.M.THOMAS.
?EVjR SALE?POINTERS AND SETTERS? THOR
J? onghly broken; pointer and setter l'up-, two New
foundland Dogs, good Watch Dogs Bull Terriers. Black
and Tans, Scotch and Skve Terrier Pups, good lint Dogs of
all breeds _ 17. GARDNER, 52 Thompson st.
THETl'RF. :
A L'C^IONr~ANR ^KKNCH POOLS SoCfi FRIDAY
xV. evening at Johnson's Pool Rooms, corner of Broadway
and 2Stli at., on the New Orleans races. Fnll returns re
ceived by telegraph. W. II. A T. B. JOHNSON.
Auction and prknch pools sold at tub
New York Tnrf Exchange on Friday evening and Snt
uiday on the races at New Orleans. KELLY, BLISS A CO.
D~ BKRFOOT DIUV1NQ>AEJC.?rilST TROTOF THE
season; Sweepstakes of $300. on Friday, April 14. at
2 I*. M.. best 3 In 5. to harness; W. McDonald's d. g. Dnndc
linn. W. G. llowey's blk. g. Butler, W. McMuh ..n'? g. g. W.
R. Roberta. Admission 50c. WM. MrMAIRDN, Proprietor.
FLEETWOOD FABK
for sale or to let.
Apply to PHILIPk. DATER,
26 Broad at.. New Yor
IIOKSKS, CAKRIAUK8, Av.
AT AUCTION.
BY WM. VAN TASSELL. AUCTIONEER.
OFFICE AND AUCTION MART. 11(1 AND 112 EAST
13th St.. near 4th ar.
MESSRS. VAN TASSBlJ. A KEARNEY WILL SELL
THIS DAY (THURSDAY). AI'RIL 13. 1876,
?III o'clock.
THE ENTIRE CONTENTS OF THE LIVERY STABLE
IX*. NORFOLK ST.. BETWEEN
B1VINGTON AND STANTON NTS.
BROWN FAMILY OH Ill's INKER HORSE, 15fc HANDR
high, 9 years old; kind in all harness; a good drlrer
and worker.
GRAY HORSE, I5tf HANDS HIGH, 10 YEARS OLD;
kind and true in all harness; n good driver, line
worker.
SORREL MARE. 15*i HANDS 11IOH. 5 YEARS OLD;
kind and true in nil harness: tree from vtco; a handy,
prompt driver.
BAY HORSE, 15tj HANDS HIGH, 8 YEARS OLD:
kind and true in nil harness - free from vtco:a good
driver: a vrry desirable family horse, and can beat 3
minutes.
GRAY FAMILY OR ROAD HORSE, 15?i HANDS
high. S years old: kind an<l}trn? In ail harness;
does not sliy or pull; can trot in 2 :5(l; an elegant road
horse.
THE TWO LAST MENTIONED HORSES HAVE BEEN
driven together on the road; make an excellent learn,
and ean trot together tn 3 MINUTES.
BLACK IIORSK. I5l? HANDS HIGH. 7 YEARS OLD;
kind In all harness; no tricks or fault; i? a superior
roadster; can trot close to2 UJO AND CAN GO THE
LENGTH OF THE ROAD.
CHESTNUT HORSE. PAUL MORPIIY, 15L' IIANDR
high. 10rears old; has a public rerort of 238; kind
and true In all harness; a very agreeable roadster; can
trot In 2 :35.
BROWN HORSE REBEL. 15^ HANDS HIGH. 0 YEARS
old; has a record of 2 :2R; la kind in all harness; any
one can drive him. aim be ran trot in 2:35 now.
DARK BAY GELDING CKAPAUX. SIRED BY HAM
bletonlan. dam a Fiddler mare; an elegant and very
pleasant drlrer; afraid of notliinr; one of the roost ilo
sirahle road hor?ea In the rliv ; CAN TROT IN 2:45.
ALSO TWELVE FAMILY OK BUSINESS IIORSES; ALL
fine drivers, and all arc kind and true in single and
doable Harness.
TWO EXTRA KINK LIVERY TEAMS.
TWO CLARENCES, IN GOOD ORDER. BY DUNN.
EIGHT TOP WAGONS. BY CITY MAKERS.
FOUR TWO SEAT WAGONS.
EXTENSION TOP PHAETON; PARK PHAETON, FOUR
sent.
FOUR NO TOF WAGONS. BY MINER k STEVENS AND
Brewxter.
ONE TWO SKAT BOCKAWAT-SULKY. BY COLLYER;
Skeleton Wagon, by Duaenbnry; Bnsineaa Wagon, bv
Gray :l English Tab. (Be. Breaking Cart, four three
seal Sleighs. one two teat Sleigh, seven Cnttere. thirty
wagon Poles, thirty bear, wolf and coon P-obes; fifty
Kersey Blankets, Mrlts and Sheets
FIFTEEN SETS FINK SINGLE HARNESS, twenty seta
doable cosrh and read Harness, some nearly new Fly
Nets. Lap Sheet*. Ac.. Ac.; being the entire content*
of the livery *table.
THE BUILDING HAS BEEN CONDEMNED by the au
thorities, and everything mtiat be removed within
twenty-four hour*.
L'CTIOH HOU8K or AKl'H. .IOH>sr05,
10. 21. 23 and 25 13th U.,
near l'ol?nti.T place.
SALES OK HORSES AND CARRIAGES ARK ITKLD
EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY AT 10 O'CLOCK.
ON EVERY HORSE WARRANTED SOUND *
FRO* 24 HOURS TO 3 DAYS FOR TRIAL,
THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED AND MOST RELIA
BLE HOUSE IN THE CITY.
ORNTLEMF.N U AYIXtTTlOBSK* OR CARRIAGE*
to ??II. or ttioic wishing to liar, will find onr Iraainee.
continued on preel.el.r the ??inoRirirt ami honorable
principle. which hare itlway. rharaeierlreil Hie iienhnyw
of mir honao and won the re?pect ai d rnnnd-nre of the
bu.me.. rntnmtinlty aa well a* the pnhlic at large
LIBERAL AIM \NCES UN CONSIGNMENTS
V -SECOND HAND CARRIAGES. LANDaULKT,
? by Klllam: ltfhtCoaeh.br Wood Brother.; Lanrl.u,
by Miner A Sterent; .nape, in llall; all In food order.
WILLIAM ?l. GRAY. .n anil 22 Woi.ter ?l.
NEWPORT PHAETON, fit*); NEW RoOKAWAY',
1125; I aecond band Koekawar. ?75; I Top Wagon,
alao now end ??-rond hand l.anilaiia. Landnuleta,
i'nnpo?. t'oarlioa. Clareneea. Eaten.Ion Top IWlroi; Da"
pot. Road Kfproaa Wagon.; Sulky, Km; Skeleton. and
ilarue-v Blankete. Jke . eery low price.; Caffrey selklea.
W M. H. GRAY. 2?? and 23 Wowatrr .t.
\ GENTLEMAN WISH KM TO SELL Ills Morses, A
rerr hand.otne pair of hladu; alao Carriage. Ilarnea.,
Ae , lldealred. Addrr.a hex 2."74 I'oat olBre.
VVERY KIM. TWO-SKATED PARK ItOCKAW"AY.
alto a p'ttljr looklne bar Horae and hlaek Mare, lor
tale rea.onablr. To be *eeu at J. REAtOK's atnblea. 23U
Eaat 24th tf.
A
At a sacrifice?two hiaktons. three
top Wagntta, three fine ?Mt of Harnett; nearlv new:
an hr ne.t elty maker., i'rirate ttable, :<7 Kn.t 83d at..
Corner ul 4th ar.
4 N ELEGANT WINDSUB BIDK-BAK TOI'WAt.OV;
j\ alao n ?et ol double and .Ingle fool luotititod llarnet.;
all nearlr new ; will be ?old at a aaorilli-e. At private
at able 115 Eaat 22d ?t.
a ?MU*T BE SOLD. NICE FBIVATE TURNOUT.
J\. llor.e., Ilarnea. and Labdaulel. ill in the be.t order;
com iolr R3,f?JU; carriage built hp J. H Brew.u-r; mm
tor hill the coal. Inquire at ?"?.">? 7th ar , between 41tli and
4 th ttt.
* -FOR HALE. SEVEN GOOD BUSINESS OR ROAD
Iloon; among thetit there are two beary or dranf lit
Hurts., which I will ?ell at a mat tairltlee on account of
my hutbat.d a death. Apply at 57 Grrat Jnnaa at., near tha
Bowery. Inquire tor tni hrotber Btckard.
V BARGAIN - Tit KEK GOOD WORK HOUSES; WAR-,
ranted emnd and kind, prlcet, fHi and $75 and tH5j
ona-bor.e Track and Hartinat fW; tro binu Track, ftJ5;
touat tell. No. 052 Uadai-a K
HORSES, CARRIAGES, ?fcC.
AUCTION." " **
JENKINS' UNION AUCTION MART.
NO. 2D EAST 1HTI1 ST.. NEAR BROADWAY.
REOULAR SAI.K OK HORRIHL CARRIAGES. AC.,
BTKKY MONDAY AND THURSDAY, AT
11 O'CLOCK A. M
A PUBLIC AND UNRESERVED SALE OF SPEED,
STYLE AND BEAUTY,
TUIS (THURSDAY', APRIL IS,
consisting id lOexlrx Use family Horses, suitable for carriage,
coupe, road, Ac , direct to ihe mart from panic, who pre
determined t? ?eil regardless of cost or value, via. t?
? me bay coupe Horse. IS hands, sound and kind, handsome
?lid llylii.||.
Bay Prince. B year*, 15k hands; formerly owned by the
Hon. H.tmond C. Junes; (rutted when 4 year* old In 2 :4G,
- H'i. ii:40; arnrrnuicd *unnd and kind; speed will be
shown dav of sale.
Bay Team. Id1, huads. A yeurs; Jnst alike, with black
points; half sisters; sired by old llaiublelouiaii, dam Star
mares; warranted sound ana kind.
Elegant Team of Vermont Morgan cob horses, half
brothers; ."> and ?> years, 13k hands; rich mail, gany hsy,
black points; not a white liair tut Ilium; are evenly Raited,
travel like one horse; are 8ne, bold, resolute drivers; were
bought expressly for the present owner, ami the greatest
care was taken in their selection, hut on their arrival hero
were found too light for his hif heavy clarence, and now
most he sold ; arc w arranted sound *hd kind.
Ellegant pair of aorrel Horses, n and 7 years. 15k hands;
are fast travellers; die nigh horso la an A No. 1 saddle
horse, with all iho saddle g'tlrs; irnrrnnted sound sndkil'd.
Hilly Allen, tl years. EH, hands ; is all style and of great
bottom; warranted sound.
Virginia is a high b ed chestnut sorrel eolt, 0 rear*. 1
hands; warranted to trot in 2:43; warranted sound and kind.
Y B ?AI?o, immediately alter the sale of the horses, will
l>* offered a lot of new and second hand top and open Road
Wagons, extension top Park Phaetons, Depot Wagon. Pony
Basltet Phaetons, dingle. Double sit I Coupe Harness; all of
which must bo sold to tbe highest bidder. Sale positive,
rain or shine.
X. B. ? Catalogues ready at the mart, with fall description
as to sise, style, color and pedigree. Call and examine thia
superb stock, as it must he seen to be appreciated.
,4 -major en as. w. barker" auctioneer!
A. famous trotting makes at auction,
Mr. JAM. DOUGRKY, ol Trov, N. Y.. having retired from
the turf end having been appointed hnperlntendont nl the
Champlain Ciittsl. will otTor, positively without reserve, on
Tuesday next, April IS. st U o'clork, at BARKER A
SDN'S City Auction Mart and New York Tattcraatl's, corner
Broadway and 39th ?t.
TICE HANDSOME andfast gray Trotting Mare BESSIE
(formerly hleepy Maryi, I.IK high; foaled June, IHHH; git
by Iwdger, ?on of lloagl ana's Messenger; dam by Parish's
Haml'lcionlun; her best record Is 2 :J4's. ohtslned at Flect
wi od Park, driven bv John Murphy. Esq.; she also won first
money at Prospect Park, Washington, D. 0., and Pottstown,
Pa., Inst season,
THE VERY heantitul anil fsnt bay Trotting Mare MARY
LvMH, l.l'i higb, foaled lHtlS; got by Volunteer; dam a
very speedy tnare of unknown blood; Iter best record Is 2 39;
she has hern handled rery llltle. hut has shown as fast as
any of Volunteer's get st same ace and condition. Mr. AL
I)KN OOLDaMITII. who knows tha mare and ha* timed her
in private, can he referred to.
THE! ABOVE mares are perfectly gentle and sound in
every particular and can trot away down in the TWENTIES.
STOCK NOW on exhibition at the Mart.
T -MAJOR CIIAS. W IIAKKKIl?AUCTIONEER.
J.\? THE GRAND spring trade talo
OF CARRIAGES
NEW and (Mend band.
INCLUDING every stvle of Vehicle
KNOWN to the riding public,
WILL take place
AT BARKER * SON'S
CITY AUCTION Mart and Nest York Tattersalls,
CORNER OK Broadway and 39th St.,
SATURDAY. APRIL 22. st 11 0clock.
CATALOGUES READY 17tIt Inst.
A -MAJOR CIIAKLRR W. BARKER. AUCTIONEER.
A. COLONEL P. J CONNELLY, of lisyueenst.. lier
inantown. Pa., aunoitnues his TWELFTH unexampled
SALE ot the fastest GBEEN TROTTERS In the world, jnst
arrived front Kentucky, totake place at BARKER A SON'S
City Auction Mart aud New York Tottersalls. corner of
Broadway tnd Willi st., on Wodnesday next, April 19, at II
o'clock, and comprising
SEVENTEEN HEAD of. without exception, the most
promising green ones that ever left the Blue Grass region,
that can trot in Ironi 3 minute* down to 2:33, and ranging
front four to seven years old, and from 13 to 16k high ; in
cluding tho get ?f Ericsson. Itorsey's Goldditst, Lowis' Mel
bourne, YaniuCter's Blood Chief, Ac., all warranted sound
and kind.
Stock will arrive at the mart for exhibition aiuitrial to
morrow morning, when Colonel Connelly request! tkxt all
will come and ride behind and TEST THE SPEED and drlv
ing qualities af nuy of the lot before the (line of sale.
CATALOGUES NOW ready at the Spirit of the Times
office and at the mart. Sale without reserve or postpone
ment.
T AUCTIOY
TO-MORROW (Friday), April 14,
at 1<> o'clock,
by VAN TASSELL A KEARNEY. Auctioneer*,
at their Horse and Carriage Auction Mart,
110, 112 East 13th St., nenr 4th av.
Trotting Horses and Carriages of a
private gentleman.
Bay Mare, sired by General Knag. IN?* hands, 0 years eld;
kind and true In all harness aud under saddle: free
from vice; very stylish end handsome; can he driven
by anv one anywhere : afraid of nothing; can trot In
condition inside of 2:4U; can now trot in 2:43 aud is
warranted sound, kind and true.
Brown Mare, sired by Draco, lf?k hands, B years; kind and
true In all harness; free frotn vice; very stylish and
handsome; alrald ef nothing; is in every way a first
class gentlemsu's roadster; can trot close to 2:4<>ln
condition and now can best 2:30, and is warranted
sound, kind and true.
Bey Mare, sired by Eureka; is 15.2lj hands. ? years; kind
and trne in all harness; free from vice; kind under
saddle, can trot einso in 2:30 in condition, and now
can trot in 2 :4(); Is afraid of nothing; cen be driven
by anv one. and is warranted sound, kind and true.
Dark hay llorse. sired bv Rysdyk's Hamhlctoniau, dam by
Daniel Webster, 15k hands. Hyears; kind and trne In
all harness; Iree from vice, triek or fanlt; superior
roadster: can trot betterthan 3:43: ha* great endur
ance : prompt and easy driver; feers nothing: for gen
tleman's mad n?e he is unsurpassed, and is warranted
ami ml, kind and true.
Road Wagon i used once), by W. H. Bradley A Co.
Top single Seat Road Wagon, by Smith.
Ti |t Wagon, by Dusenbury A Van Outer.
Top Wagon, by R. M. Silvers; Blankets, Robes. Whips,
Ac., Ac.
Stock now on exhibition to bo seen and tried up to time of
sale at the Auction Mart.
Clarence, br J. B. Breiriitr A Co., of25th ft.
Six-scat Park Phnetou, bv J. t). Ham.
Barouche. very light, br Pheenlx Company. ^
Four-teat Phaeton. hjr Wood Bro?.
It. uk away. very light seats four), for one horse.
Konr -eat Itrpot Wagon.
Landau, by Brewater A Co., of Hmorae st.
Top Wagon, by Daeenbury A Van Duter.
Top Wagon. by Bales: top \\ agon. by Brewster.
Extension top Pluieton. by Sargent, of llrumti.
AUo 'JO other Horses and largo variety of Carriages, of
every description.
?FOR SALE CD RAP. TWO HOMM. FIT PUR
. butcher, grocery or farm use, and warranted found.
I Half! ?t lb) aV. It. corner lethal.
IH>RSKy W.VOON AND II AIIXKpS ~FOR SALE?
for light express buslneff. Call at 417 Wast 44tb
V lit)
A rit
A DAPPLE tIKAV CAXADIAX POSY BI ILT MAKE;
aim two Horse*. young and aottttd, $S5, $10(1;
Truck, Wagon. Harnes*. 112 Henry at.
<;KNTLK.MAX, tioVsu TO Kl'KOPK, WILL BKlL
liia vntire Road Establishment, constating of a heauti
tUI team Trotters: handy. free, pleoaant drivers; can trot
la 2:411; are it yeart old. If.1, hand?. Top Wagon, built by
K M. Stiver*. Double and single Harness, Itiade by Duns
eentb. Alao a single Ilorae ; very fun. At private stiible
No. 2t> Kaat 2!*th at.
OR EAT BA1UJA1N.?FOR BALE. PAST Ho Its K~;
young, would and Rind; elegant extension,top Phae
ton. carrlea lour: lop llugglea, fine harness, at stable first
door east of I'niverdty place m r.'tli at. _______
-for" SALK?CHEAP. A LADY'S TUMI OIT;
? an elegant li irsr. top pony phaeton and aet of harness:
alao. two ll..rs??, At lor grocery, batcher or larm use: war
ranted sontid. Inquire at W Past riPth St.. near 1st av.
A."
contractor, fit for fanning, express, grocery or general
use, at half value ; trial allowed. Inquire at UtIO Broome
ft., near Mulberry.
full"and COMPLKTB amori mkkt op thb
"Brewftar wagon,"
the standarit fer style and quality,
now ready for Inspection at our lactory ana wareroomf.
Broadway and 47th tt?
5th av. and Ittli st.
Special attention is called to nnr improvement in side-bar
Wagons, which enables as to offer the lightest, safest nod
best riding wagon aver produced. _
BltKWnTKR A CO., of Broome st.
T M MAft 22TII ST-WAGONS Folt ALL KINDS
of business. Carts sad Trucks, e ?ery description, now
and second hand, cheap,
?FOR SALK?SIX HOKSKB; PIT POR FARMER*.
? bakers or trucks 45 Great Jones st., near the Bow
try.
Hd OFFKIt. ON" ACCOUNT OF M Y Tl ITSBAND'S
. death. Horses, suitable for truck, farmer or any
bus.iie-t; -acrltiee. d7H Bowery, opposite 5th st. In the
rear
A -FOR S.VI.F. AT A SACRIFICE.. A IIORShH, HP1T
A? able for truck, farmer or any business. 55 South 5th
av . between Houston and Bleeeker sts.
?gtncT"for a first class top bide" bar
? Wagon, by Dosetii'nrr A Nllson; no too. flOO;a -et
D'uisconib Harness. $$H, Private stable, 9$ Kast 12th st.
\ rj
A it
artiess. together or separate, vary cbeao fur cash.
Hest ^7th st.
A -FOR SALK. PBIVATK TI UXOLT COMPLETE;
, pair of dark llor?es, 15\ hands; can trot very fa>t;
stylish sud pure united; I'nrk I'ha-tnn; two sets of double
Harness; all city made; will lie sold nt a sacriOre ; Would sell
separate Can oe seen st 14M Wast 5!>th st Inquire for Mr.
IV ode's establishment.
By .i. w. ( ampmmll. jr.. aictioxkkr -auction
sale of II Horses, Trucks, Carts and Harnett, to rime
copartnership, postponed till Friday, February 14. at lu)?
o'clock, at No. W4 Vsndam at., between Hudson and Green
wich Th? above hornet are all young and sound, suitable
for trnekmen, lurmets or any hnslr.e<s. and worthy the at
trnilou of liuyers. The sale Is imsltlve. to the highest bidder.
Busimeth wagons fur balk?all sizes, to
-nit sll pnrpo.es, snch as biittliers, bakers, grocers,
plumbers, milk and ax press, nud two tdngla down town
mirks: some second liand, in good order. A targe assort
mem cor.st intly on baud nt BARRETT'S wagon factory,
corner of Navy and Johnson sts.. Brooklyn.
BAUGAIKs.-BRKWsTKR Fl'LL SPRING VKRY
light top Buggy, two Kosd Wagons, four Poles. I:.>4
West ltRIi ft. _ _ _
("TARMAC. F.?. I HARNRIW,
) Pony Phaetons, | Depot Wagons.
Bagcica. Hockaways, Fx press Wagons.
.Vllstylcf of Harness. Biding Sadtiiet, Blankets, Ac.
Reliable goods at lowest prices.
t JOHN MOORE. .7 W.rren ?l.
rTARKIAUK REPAIRS ?WK OFFER I'Nl'Sl AL FA
\ ' cilities lor good and prompt work In our repair depart
meut. < nrelui estimates made when letirvd. We fln'sh all
Carriages, both uew and old, with Valantina A Co. s Ameri
can varnish, iiuei|iiallru iti iiriltiam'y and dsrahlliiy bv any
ram -li or r.iiglnlt tuanuiniiurc. BREWSTER A fit. if
Broome ?t. ?. lactory, Broadway and 47th ft., wareroorat, 5th
av. and 14th ft.
VK'Pft ROCK A WAV FOR SALK CHEAP-IX OOOD
r.ier. Pole and Shafts, at 17 East Hlitli st.
LT.tsfi lu.N A BEE CARRIAGES. ????
r Landaus, liockawaya,
l.andanlfts. Phaetons.
Oonpea, Rosd W scan*.
A. 8. PLANDHAl'.
$72 sad 374 Broomf it. (old stand ef Bra water * Co.)
c
IIOIMKM. CAHRi AOES.
TT?OK iAI.K-A HANDSOME rnh-IMT IiKLDl
r years old, by Diamond Denmark, .lain A tkiwoagk'rea
mare; Diamond Denmark was hv Denmark, by ""P" .
Hedgatnrd; thuhoesa I. U* bands high, and is ?"" " 1''
finest saddle h.w*?? ever raised in K.?Mucky. ba*l?*all l??
gaits popular In ibat section of .?oniilry: Iip la kind ?>
au.I double lieruess, and would make a line ?"'?"I"* J'TIi ?, ?
if a very thowjr *nd substantia) nnlmnl, and will ^ w?l
snrrith*. The bore# can br ?**n at the private stoW* ??? ?
Kiift -itHli st?, two doom from fttli a v. ________ _
I'ThTr saLK A BLACK HORSE. 11 YhAKit OLt>. "?**
' bund, high; *ery stylish and perfecily v..ii.d ; the prop
erty ol a private sreoilttnuii. Can be ?ren ut H. J. A*
SON'S siablas, 1 Sound 112 West 5Qth ?t. _
Fjioi iialb - at a orkat b \iii.ais -a Sound and
1 stvli-h llone. Hitriiea*. Phaeton and Koekaway. A|>
ply to H TORERICKS .table. No. ?ft? East ?tb ??-. "*?
?V. -
FOR SALE-DOU CART. NEARLY NEW vmI-v'paV
Brewster; will be anld cheap. Apply to * IK*. EA ?
coachman, at 147 Wet .V.i b st Arsenalstables.
Foil iAI.K-A K1KST clash iusut. PH ASTON.
built by John It. Lawrenro. Broadway; In good run
nine order; will be aold cheap. Can be aeeu at to ano no
W.mater St.
OR SALE-A RON Y.I41, II AN DM, 7 YEARS OLD:
very fa?t and warranted in every roi?pert; c?n i?e ria
den or driven by a lady. At private stalne, IWWcm i/tn ??
TNOR SALE?EXTENSION TUB TW O SI. \T I'll A riToN,
r llclil ami in prime order; city make: will be ao d low.
Inquire al W. KBit K IT'S, J-Jrt at. and 7th av. .
DORMU-A PKKKKCT ROAD TKAM. l'itl VKN BY
P preaent owner nearly two years; al-o Wngooa. our
neaa, Ac. Call on Mr. SfoKKS, 52 Broadway, or at Morris
town, K.
OB SALK?AX "EXTRA KINK DARK BAY MAIlK,
sound, kind, .roans and Sieedv. wllh llarnea. and
Wagnn in Al order. Apply at BAll.EY 8 stable, .With at.
and Broadway. _
IiDIl BALK?A KINK BROOD MARK. ? YKaIIS OLD:
' can trot fa*t; pedigree icuuranti-ed; also three l oaches.
Apply At Ndnhmit' Stable, 85 And 87 W?il ?In
TmH HALK- !>"< TOH*H PHAKTON. NKW, BUILT TO
P order; will be sold at half cott, a* owner hoi no use tor
It. Inquire At 38 West 3'Jtl at.
ri'lll Salk-kive horses. suitable Writ kx
JP press, turiiier, ah.v business; nlso one extra t nnimtan
Pony ; ell warranted. 155 (Christopher st. ..
For rale-rare bbuiyn make, i*.3 iiiou. war
rented kind, sound and without fnttlt or blemun; J* a
nor ect lady's horse, and will ho sold cheap or exchange for
froth milch cows. Applly vt 7?*i Broadway
T.lt)l! S \ 1.1. TWO I VSADIAN FON1M AND KOIJR
cheap Work Horses fot half value. 15'i South ??ta av.,
near Spring st. L.
TjluB SAl.K I'BE A I'?A STVLlsil RLAOK HOR8R.
r BY I hlirL. warranted aonnd and kind; s<>no Tree driver,
vitally kept; auld .imply for wunl of uae. Apply ut H>7 haat
'.'ill at
T,l;)lt SALE CI IF. Al'-A MOUSE CULUBI'TD HU.SSlAN
P BI.hmIIo.uuU taint). Apply ut Brodenck a atablo, N...
2^'ft Kn.t tUh at., near lid ar.
TNOR SALE CIIKAP?WP.LL-BRED ROAD HORSE,
r dark brown, 6 yeitra, ISVj handa, Tree drlecr; aldo bar
Trotting Wagon. 123 Iba. ?t? \V>?t Oth at.
F
.lOlt SALE Ak A SACK I KICK?LIUHT, SI Ni .1.1.,
pnld mounted, beat city made Uaraeaa. ISO 1st a*., in
the atore.
VOR SALK?A 1'AIR OK DARK BROWN HORSES. 7
T and s years, 13.3: nlao Brougham by lire water; also
double and .ingle Harness. Kor particular, address box
5,310 Post nfllre, -
Cmv MKS8KNUKI: HuliSK. HARNESS, LIUHT EX
J preta Wagnii; all lu Urst claas order, cheap. Apply ut
!S8)? 0berry el. ,
House for sale-bay, black, points, 17
bauds, 13 cwl.: suitable for a match carriugo or fancy
double truck: price 4330; wurtb $.'?IXI. Call on or addros
D. 0. WAY. 83 White ?k .
tVoKSE Til AT CAN TROT IN SjdO; PRICE, 630;
i"l Wagon and RnUty. 11.? fftrt..Oth at. ______
Hamblftunian make, io^ hands hic.h k
years old: cen trot in 2 .30 or better ; aired by Billy
Denton ; dam by Long laland Black llawR: will be aold lor
a brood mare. Apply at private stable lo5 hast Joth at.
alRN KS8.?Cli K A PEST 11A It N ESS STORK IN NEW
York; good l.negy liar neaa, band made, H>: pood
Orocer'a llarnea?,$25; pood double team llarneai, ffjO; a
aood llora.) Blanket, SI -W. Pleaae eall and examine for
yourselvca, KLSIIKB X OSBORNE, Manuiactnrera, No. 71
Barclay at.
T30R8E8 BOARDED FREE UNTIL SUMMER, KOR
J*'jL their work, im a tine pmturo farm near New lurk. Ap
ply to Mr. ItlLRY. (537 Broadway.
ALK VALUE?HORSE. LIOH f EXPRESS WAOON
and Merneae; alao three low-priced Horses. 20< West
ltlth st.
IRON STABLE KITTl.NUS?CHEAP. DURABLE AND
cleanly; partitions, hay racks, mangers, Ac,; orders
promptlv tilled at lowest ptices; catalogues furniehed Irce;
Nos- H, 10.nd 12 Read. at.
T AM KORCHD TO SELL KOI'It CIIKAP HORSES
1 for want of uae : no reaaonahle ofTer relu.o I; also single
Track anil light Business Wagon. 41H Weal .tOtli sk
"* fORTIlAflE SALE ?UF.ORUK UKOUIIEHAN AUCC
AL tloneer, sell. Tbur-day. 13th Inst.. 11 o''clock. VO
lireenwlch at., near Houston 17 good, sound Work
one top Buggy, two DoublefTruckB. Carts Harness, Stable
Utensils; sale ponlllre. By order of Johu Moore, Mort
gag??
t\ 11. r.KRsilN, AUCTIONEER, NO. ? PINE RT.
U. Auetion soles, of f-.raltjjre at prlrsto reaidenrea a
soedaltr ?Sale at pnhlle auction Thursday. April IS. II A.
^7 by order of the owner, .t livery stable 11|H dllnton place
the entire stock of Horses. Carriages. Harness. Ac. . sale
positive to highest bidders; terms, cash on delivery day ot
sale. ?
PRIVATE STABLE 127 WEST I7TII ST.. 100 KEET
I deei); nl<o othfn. _ . .
JAMES CAUSEY, 15 Abingdon square iSth av.)
s
IX SKAT KOCKAWAY.
> \Vn?wl Bro*.' make, c^at $1,400, will tell for $C(X\
Landaulet. light, good order, price fDtt
Class front Landau, good as new, pnre j'**1
liliiiis irrrni uRn?wn, - ? ? .
Extension t??p Phavton, platform ipnnsf. prky $3.?o.
English Victoria. Whlteclmpel hnM.m: bar
X"'0"' (US ami B30 Broadway.
OTALL8 TO LET?IN PRIVATK STABLE 17 WEST
o 44th St.. at livery prices.
vsT a It 1,11 TO I.K.T?WITH II STALLS AND HOOD
^ hayloft and bins. Call on HENRY McAllDLK, 31
Norili Slooro at.
milE WINDSOK WAGON
commands a higher prire than anv other make and le In
great demand with the riding public.
Inspection invited.
J. II. BKKWSTKK A CO.. of 25th st.
Warerooms, 5th nr.. corner 21.1 at.
T'Ts ^^'mI^N'mMlE AND CHEAPEST
A ADVdUTISlNU MEDIUM IN THE CITY
SEND KOR RATES. OKKICE NO. 2 ANN ST.
io LET-A THREE STORY BRICK STABLE IX
X Watt* it.. b#twe#n Vartck and Hudaon. with water and
8 ttalU larga lofti ft?r hay. Inquire on the preraUea.
T
To l.KT -AT 410 WEST V.T1I ST.. A BRICK STABLE;
sccoinmmiaH.in. Tor four Imrae. and wagons, with ample
loft; unliable for express or milkman. Apply at 41. Wo?t
43th ?t.
fno LET OR KOR SALE-TWO STORi STABLE COV
1 rnnc l??t 2.3xlBH, Id etnllt. on ?W?th at. near6th av.,
sn.tahle lor livery or iale stable. A. R.VPELYK. 113 Wil
liam at.
AIT ANTED TO PUCHASE IK tllr.Ar-i ui.ia, . ,
41 Kllllea. State lowest pdeo and fnll pedigree* Ad
drvss STAR. Ilvrsld I pt.'wn Branch .'llicc
A AT ANTED-A SKCOsD HAND PLATKORM SPRING
W Wagon. ? ith cover: bed to be about 4xl'l feet; a pa
ner box wagon wonld suit : must he cheap. Address, stating
price aud particulars, JOIIS DEN IK It.-'?H Bieecker St.. New
York.
YVAXTKD-A KoaI) MAKE, NOT OVKB S YEARS;
Tf :nu?i t>o ??and, wenr no boot*, no puller. no record,
and trot * mil* under Id* wnirh in 4u or better. AddroM,
?inline partlenlnrs and bottom cnah price, II. A. It , box
a.t.Mi l'o?t olBee, New York.
-|VaNTKI?-'.V WEI.I. BIIKD AMI* BROKEN HAND
II tolM, flr*t clnaa Saddle Home, lik to band*.
Addrr*., wiili lowe*t price, K. S. IV. Herald o.llce.
? "ill iRSKSA NlTrRCOK SKI?K SA1 .E - Wt TR TH^
i) work of a factory In operwlion. Apply mi tlae 'inlrnnli
Inn Work*. *?:II II nl I.Vih it.
A1 -II (WORTH ?J.V?ThKAI TIKI1, NEW TOP kx~
?PL*''" prea# Wniron; HlMt be ?o4d nnybow. No. 124
Wert link ?t.
A i ka ?per toi* rvu. trtiM iSnrrBi an*s
?Jl| i)W. Ro id Wagou. uwd but little. BENSON HUOS.,
lot I aal J3d >t.
>.71111 1for"salk~a splendid fair or BLACK
?P | HW, IIor*ea, 1.V, lianda hifrli; are atrltab; Sue nc
tion : warranted round, kind and young 1 tlw a pair of aap>
l?le graya; very laal.
1 BAKER, 1MB Bedford nr., Brooklyn.
~~ PKHT OVKICK XOT1CR.
1>OsfT)VrtCll "SoTK'K.?TIIE Kor.KUiN MaILS
for tbe week ending Saturday, April I ?, 187B. will
cloae <t tliia office on Wednaaday. at 4 :."Vi A M., for Knrone,
per ?toamor I'bina, via (Juernatow n; on Thursday, at ?"> A. M.,
Ii.r Ureal Mrit.tin. Ireland and Franc*, per ?learner City of
Richmond, via Qurenatowu. and u! II :AO A. M. for Karope,
per ateatner Sue via, via I'lymoutb, Cherbourg and llnm
burg; on Saturday, at 7 A.M.. fur (.rent Britain. Ireland
and France. per ?t*atnrr Hermann-, rla yiteenatown, and
at 7 A. M. lor Scotland direr! imitat ba ?penally addreaaed,
??|'er ?teatnar Victoria. >la llU?gow"); and at II ?> A. M .
for Europe, per atratner Oder, via Sontbamplon ami
Bremen
Tb ? Mtlla for Chlnn, Japan, Ac., will leare Ban Franeiaeo
April 1"
The direct mail* for Braall, Porto Riee, Ac., will leare
New York April I.V
The mall* lor I be Weat Indira, rin Havana, will leave
New Vera April 27. T. L. JAMES. I'.wtnuvater
MIL.L.IMRRV AVI) UREMMAKIVte.
t T ?. M ATflKJtS A fO.'S. Mil BROADWAY' NEATi
J\ Iflth at., there are now a large and cbole* aelertion of
krenrh Bonnet* and Kogllah Walking Hataoftfee lateat
ttylea. ________ _________________
*t~_KAlll Tl I.I.MANN, Of I* AKIs* IM POUTER OF
dm- Millinery .Jig! model* . bent maker*. *M ()th av,,
ru<.ir JHtli at. (late Mme Mirbel?i. - i>
_ atfrOaAoa*
'4 T TOkfliKtJfys'TrtiiAoF. \VAkiU;oOMS,'7,4j
,j\ Hudson ?t ? Storage In aeparat* room* at loweat rate*.
Being alao in tbn Furniture Hitatneaa. w* ihorongbly un
deratand tba handling of Knrnlture. CIIARLKA II.
Boll DK. Proprietor.
"T~ ?WEST SIDE STORAliB WAKEIIOCAKS. !W?, ?CT4,
J\., (13d Hndaon at.. 77t? tlreenwlrb ?! and 10 AAingdun
?antrr, storage ?'"! *afe keeping lor Furniture, ITnnua. Bag.
t ige. Mirror.. Printing*. flood* and H arc '.I every dr.. rip
tlon . ?aparal* Wanij id deal, loweat Hi rat*. moat extensive
and re?ponatbl? eataldiabnieiit in the beaiiieaa. Trttrk* anil
Kapre** Wagon* for raauirm; furniture and baa-gage
alw av? ready day or night. R rAHtJAKT, owner andpro
prlet'or. oRai .'SM llndaon at., Abingdon ?ijnara. New Yore.
11*1,1.K sToKai-K COM PA X Y. ?I' XSL' ISP A ASK I) fa*
'j . il.tie? for atoHng Furniture, Piano.. Baggage and
Hervhandiae; aeparate tompdrtmanta; clean, orderly, re
llable, low rate*. Sua. IUi-fur Meat IKId at , one door from
dtii a?.
H VKIiP.lt s WARRTiOPSKS, STII AV . FKfii AID
to S4(b at* ?The oldeat. b-weat In rate, moat eaten
aire and reliable In tba bnaine*.. ?torage for Furniture,
llag. ago, tenia and Ware* of a very dr?<-r>ptlon In aeparata
closed compartment*. iro.nl. received day or night.
tSTORAOR FOB rCHXITI Kh. UARKIAI4E4 AMD MKrT
O ehaodlto. SMITH A SIBI.s Proprtetora,
T#0 and 7At4 dtb a*, and 347 Weat -M*h aV
kihopkvm WiAMWBW.
CU'NaRD Ll.NE.-U. AND N. A. ~ lh M. A P""~Cfi."
) NOTICE.
Witn a view to diminishing the rhauoes of collision, lb#
steamer* of this litis taka s ipeetfio course for all season* of
the ytar.
Ou ilie outward passage from Qurenstuwn to Saw York or
Boston, crossing IAS meridian of 3D at 4.1 latitude, or tintli
ing to ilia north of 43.
On the homeward passage, cm-sing the meridian st 50 at
42 latitude, or nothing to the nortli of 42
FROM MiiV YORK KMII LIVERPOOL AND QUEENS.
TOWN.
CHINA. Wad . April 12 I A11 YSSlNU.. Wed.. April 3?
BOTHNIA Wed.. April 1H I *Kl'a>lA.... .Wed . Mar 3
Simmer* marked ? do not carry steerage passengers
Caliin passage, #S h #l'k) and 9190, gold, according to *0*
ernninoilation. Return tirkets ou iavorablo larms
Steerage tirkets to and Irooi all parts of Europe at vary
low rates. Freight and passage office. No 4 Howiiug Dree it.
CHARLES G. FKANCKLYN, Ageut.
MoSt" DIRECT AND ECONOMIC ROUTE TO Hot
I.AND. HKI.G1I M, TIIK RHINE, sWITZEKLAXD,
AO.. AO.. VIA hoi ri.IIDAM.
Meaiuer ROTTERDAM April 13
Steamer OA0AND April -'7
These hc.nitiliil steamers, rirrunt Ilia United Htatos
mail to the Netherlands, aro great favorites witn tiie public.
Trips regular, rates tow; comfort and living perfect.
Kur freight, fur passage.
FUNC'II, EDYK A CO. L. W. MORRIS.
.'?0 Broadway.
HAM BUItlJ AMERICAN PAOKKT COMPANY'S LINK
lor PLYMOUTH. CHERBOURG and HaMBUKO.
AUKYiA April 191 FOMMKKaNIA April 37
OKI.LKltT Aorll 30 | GOETHE May 4
llales ?f passage to I'lvnionth, London, Cherbourg, Ham
burg and all points In Knglaud, Scotland snd Wales .?
t alon. Oral saloon, guld $1'I0
Cabin, second saloon, gold.., Cs)
Kteersgo, currency 80
KU.MI VKDT A CO.. 0. B. ItMHAUDA BOAS,
Oaneral Agents. General Psssrnger Agents,
61 Broad at.. New York. 61 Broadway. New York.
0
SLY DIRECT LINE TO FRANCE.
THE GENERAL TRANSATLANTIC COM PA NT'S MAIL
STEAMERS BETWEEN NEW YOKE AND
HAVRE, CALLING AT PLYMOUTH (0. B.l,
lor the landlug of passengers.
The splendid vessels of (his lavorite route for the Con
tinent (being more southerly than any oilier) will sail troin
pier No. t:t North River, es follows :?
AMKRIOUK tPuiisoUl .Tuesday, April 1". st I P. M.
HI'. I,At RENT (Laohcsueai...Tuesilnv. Auril 3'>, at 4 P. M.
Kit A si E (Trndidi?> Tuesday, May 2. at 1 P. M.
PRICE OK PASSAGE IN GOLD (Including wlnai ;?
First cabin, Aim to #120, according to accommodation.
Second. #72. Third, #4").
Return tickets at reduced rules.
steerage, #26, with superior accommodation, Including
trine, bedding and utensils, w ithout extra charge.
.steamers marked thus ? do not carry steerage pa-sengers.
Loins UK lll'.ltlA.V, Agent, .Vi liruadwav.
INMAN LINK-MAIL STEAMERS." ~~
FOR ytJEE.NSToWN AND LIVERPOOL.
CITY OF RICHMOND Thursday, April 13, si S A. M.
CITY OF BROOKLYN Thursday, April 2U, at 2 P M.
CITY OF CHESTER Thursday, Mav 4, at 2 P. M.
CITY OF RICHMOND Saturday, Mav 13, s|S .?ia. M.
CITY UK BERLIN Saturday. May 27, at 8:311 A. M.
Irum pier No. 4 > North Itlver.
Cabin passage, At at, #-ki and AUKJ. gold,
eteerage. #'J.*s, currency.
Drafts issued at lowest rates.
JOHN U DALE. Agent, 15 and 33 Broadway. N. Y.
N
Tl'lllTK STAR LINK.
TT FOR OL'KENSToWN AND LIVERPOOL.
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAIL.
Tha steamers of this line Iske the Lane llnntns recom
mended by Lieutenant Maury, U. s. N.. going suutli ol the
Itnnks on the passage to yuecustown all the tear round.
GERMANIC April 15, at to A. M,
CELTIC. April 33. at 1 P. M.
ADRI ATIC April 26. st 6:30 A. M.
BALTIC May if, at i P. M.
UKicM aMO May 2n, it 3 P. M.
Frmn White Star Docks, pier 52 North River.
Rates?Saloon, ASii ami #100. iu gold: let urn tickets on
reasonable terms. Steerage. #28
Saloon, staterooms, smoking anil hath rooms are placed
amidships, where iho noise sod motion are leasi, affording a
degree of comfort hitherto unattainable at sea.
For inspection of plans and other information apply at the
company's office. 37 Broadway, New York.
K. J. OORTIS. Agent.
UNITED STATK8 MAIL LINK-sTKAM TO QURENS
TOWN AND LIVERPOOL,
sailing every -TUESDAY,
from pier 46 North River.
IDAHO....April IB I P. M. i WISCONSIN...May 2,1 P. M.
NEVADA..April 25, 8P. M. | WYOMING May 16. 11 A. M.
Cabin, #tYi, #70 nod #S<l, currency.
Intermediate, #40; steerage. $20.
Passengers hooked to and from Parts, Hamburg, Norway,
Sweden, Ac. Dralts on Ireland, England, France aud Ger
many at lowest rates
WILLIAMS A GUION, 2t7 Broadway.
JATIONAL LINE?PROM PIERS 44 AND 47 NOltfTi
River. Foe London direct.
CANADA, Thursday, April 13,8:30 A. M.
FOR Ql'KKN'STOWN AND LIVERPOOL
HELVETIA, Ap t 15.OK A. M. ITALY. April 3th OK A. M.
ENGLAND. April 22.3 P. M.
Cabin passage, #tk> aud #7u. currency. Return tickets at
reduced rales. Steerage passage, $36, currency.
Dralts Issued from ?1 upward, at current prices.
Apply at tha company's office. IW Broadway.
_____ F. W. .1. HURST, Manager.
CTREAT WESTERN STEAMSHIP LINK.
J TO BRISTOL (ENGLAND) DIRECT.
Sailing from nler 18 East lttver, as lollows:?
SOMERSET, Western Saturday. April 15
AKAGUN. ay tumid* ? ?
Cabin passage, #75; Intermediate, $15; steerage, #81i, ear
rrncy; excursion tickets #120; prepaid steerage cerltlicates,
#26. Apply to W. D. MORGAN. Agent, 70 South si.
t NCIIOR LINE.
A. OABRYIvU THE UNITED STATES MAIL
NEW YORK AND GLASGOW.
VICTORIA Sails Saturday, April 15, at 10 A. M.
HO LI VIA Sails Saturday. April 22, at H P. M.
ALSATIA Sails Saturday. April 26. at 10 A. M.
AM'HOIUA Sails Saturday, May that 2 P.M.
TO GLASGOW. LIVERPOOL, LONDON DERBY,
QUKKNRTOWN OK BELFAST
Cabin, #65 to #80. cur.encr, acrording to accommodation.
INTERMEDIATE. #85; steerage. #28.
Dra'ts l-sued for anv amount at current rates.
HENDERSON BROS.. Agent-. No. 7 Bowling Green.
TEW YORK AND LONDON.
S REGULAR AND DIRECT STEAM
COMMUNICATION'S,
EVERY ALTERNATE SATURDAY,
by the "ANCHOR LINE" steamers,
KI.YSIA. UTOPIA. AUSTRALIA AND ANGLIA,
eoniiiirnclng Saturday. April 29.
Passengers bonked to all p<iiut? st iowr-t rates.
HENDERSON BROS . AGENTS, 7 BOWLING GREEN.
N
STATE LINK.
NEW YORK TO GLASGOW. LIVERPOOL, DUBLIN,
BELFAST AND LONDONDERRY,
Irom pier 42 North River (foot of Canal si.) as follows:?
STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA Thursday, April 20
STATE OK VIKGINU Thursday, Mav 4
STATE OF INDIANA Thursday Mar 18
snd even alternate Thursday thereafter. Flr?t cabin. #flO.
#7(1 and #60; return tiekets, $120. Second cabin, $45; re
turn tickets, #8i. Steerage at lowest rates. Apply to AUS
TIN BALDWIN a CO.. Agents. No. 72 Broadway, N. Y.
Steerage pas-age office. 45 Broadway.
WILSON LINK FOR- SOUTH A M PTON AND HULL,
Tl -ailing from pier 53 North River, as follows;?
OTHELLO April 22 I NAVAKINO May 20
Ill.MHlO May 6 | COLOMBO June 3
First cabin. #70, currency; second cabin, #45, currency.
Kxettrshm tirkets on very favorable term-. Th-ough tickets
Issued to Continental and Baltic ports. Apply for full par
ticulars to
CHARLES L. WRIGHT A CO.. 56 South St.
XTOHTII"GERMAN LLOYD
JN STEAMSHIP LINE BETWEEN NEW YORK,
SOUTH AM ITON AND BREMEN.
Company's pier, loot of 2d ?t., Hoboken.
ODER .. .Saturday, Aorll 15 I WESKR .Saturday. April 20
M A IN...-Saturday. April .2 i MOSKI Saturday. Ylayrt
Rates of passage from Xaw York to Southampton, Havre
or Bremen ??
First t nbin, #160 Gold; Second Cabin, #60 gold; Steerage
#30 currency,
Bet urn Tickets at red need rales.
Prepaid Steerage Certificates. #32 currency.
For freight or passage apply to
OKLKH'MS A CO.. No. 2 Bowling Green.
mo rbl wuilii HnitMAU) uinai;i,
1 GENERAL TKA.NstATI.AXrn: COMPANY.
?ailing from pier AT North River, foot of Harrow at.
AMl-.KIyl K, Consols Ttieadny, April is, at I 1*. M.
SAINT LAURENT. l,uche?oas..Tiieart*y. April 2'?. at 4 P. M.
FRANCE. Trudelle Tneaday. May 2. at I P. M.
Privet of pantage. In Hold? Plrat cabin {including ?lue),
I13U and Hid tnardmr to nrcommodatlon; aerotid cubinj
$72; third. MO; fourth cabin or aterragr, $27. Thl? In
rlnilca, bedding. wine and ntenalU. Superior at vommoda
tlon.
At tho above ratet naaaengera arc booked to any railway
?tmioii in England without extra charge.
To Plymouth only, ?tccragn. #21.
LOIIS DB IIBBIAN. Agent, V. Broadway.
MERICAN LINkT
Weekly Mall Steamship servlee lietween
PHILADELPHIA AND LIVERPOOL,
nailing at Queenaiown,
Sailing every Thnraday front Philadelphia and
Sailing every Wednesday Irotn Ltreraool.
The following uteawiera are appointed to tall from Phila
delphia
Sirlt) April fl I INDIANA April 27
PENNSYLVANIA . April 13 ILLINOIS May 4
?LORD CI.IVK April 2111 M:ir\ OP BRISTOL May 30
PRICE OK PAMAtt. IN CURRENCY.
Cabin. $7.1 to $ll<l. according to location.
Steerage and Intermediate tickets to ao?l from alt points
at the lowest tatea.
Sreamers marked with a atar do not carry Intermediate.
Passenger accommodations lor all classes unsurpassed.
Kor passage, rate* of Irelglu and other Information apply
to IKTKH WRIGHT A SONS. Ileneral Areata.
."*17 Walnut at . Pliiladslpbla;
GEO W. COI.TON, 42 Kr..a.l at.. New York.
JOHN McDONAi.D, I'oaaeger Agent.
No. a Battery place.
TjHJftOPK.?VACUA III. li INFORMATION TO TRAVEL
Pj lera and tourists; routes and rates to every point; MUD
It merles to aelert from; sailings of steamers. Ac.; lOcnte,
post free. COOK. HON A JENKINS. All Broadway
f DONoVA N KOHHA'S STKAMSIIIP ami ft AI l,K< IAD
Passage Office Steamers every day: Cork, Liverpool,
Glasgow . Horry . Oralis payable everywhere.
O'DONOVAN KOMA'H Hotel. 1*2 Chatham e'inare
t<? ANT WINK HTE A H Hill 1*.
P" ACIFfC MAII. STEAMSHIP I.INK.
FOR CALIFORNIA. JAPAN, i I1INA, AUSTRALIA,
BBW 2P.Al.ANO. HKITIsll COLUMBIA. AC.. At>.
?ailing from pier foot of Canal at.. North lllver.
rOR HAN FRANCISCO VIA ISTHMUS OF PANAMA.
Steamship ACAPULcO Saturday, April 13 ,
connecting for an Central American and South Pacifla i
porta.
FROM RAN FRANCISCO TO JAPAN AND CHINA
OKKAT RP.PUBLIC May I
FROM HAS FRANCISCO TO I ICToRlA. PORT TOWNS
END. TACOMA. PORTLAND, Ac.. Ao.,
on the I Oth and 23th of every month.
For freight or passage .apply at loot of Canal St., North
nivsr. , II. J. BULL AY, superintendent
pAXAMA TRANSIT STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
FOR NAN FRANCISCO t AL. AND PACIFIC PORTS.
VIA IHTIIMfH OP PANAMA.
STKAMSIIIP CRESCENT C1TT WILI, SAIL
TIILKhDaY, APRIL an. AT I P. M.,
IVora plor lJ North River, tor Asplnwall. connecting, via
Panama Railroad, at Panama with first class steamships,
for ports as above.
For freight or paaaaco apply to
WILLIAM P CLYDE A CO..
No. H Bowling tlreen.
For Nassau, n. p.-a famous winter resort.?
Regular in all atearaahlpa from New Yerk via Savannah,
April Cland27: Irntn Savannah, April Is and Mat I
MURRAY. FERRIS A CO.. 03 Month ft.
The evening telegram
is tiik most Valuable and cheapest
ADVERTISING MEDIUM IN THE CITY
SEND FOR BATES. OFFICE NO. > ANN ST.
o
COAMTWIMR STEAMSHIPS.
WEEKLY BTBAMKiis FOR
IT BERMUDA ISLANDS.
The elegant steamer
i I.MM t. Certain l.hhlhoat,
trill be despatched on Thursday. April I.'I. at A I'. If., from
pier IJ North Klver. to l?? followed by steamship
l(K KM CD A. Captain Aaimi,
April JO. For treight or passngi- apply to
QUEBEC A UUi-F PORTS STEAMSHIP CO.,
-Ml Broadway.
S VMTiaJ'isTATES AMD BRAZIL MAIL STEAMSHIPS,
sailing monthly troio Watson's wbarl. Brooklyn, N. V .
for 1'Alt A. PKRSAMBCCO. HAHIA and Kit* JANEIRO,
calling at Ml. .rolm'a, Porto Itiro,
NKLLiK MARTIN, Saturday, April 1A
JolIN BKA.MaLL,
Passenger accommodations flrat elate.
For freight and passage, at redneed rafat, apply to
J. S. TICkBK A CO.. Ageuta, 44 Pine rt.
N'SW YORK "AND HAVANA DIRECT MAIL LINK.?
These Brat rails stcamsbipe will aall at 3 P. M. fr.?m
plrr 13 North River, foot of t edar at.. Car Havana dieect, at
toil own
WILMINGTON Tneatlay, April II
COLUMBIA Tliur?day. April 31
For freight and passage, linvlntc unatirpaaaad aecntntnoda
tlona. applr to
M M. P CLYDE. A CO.. No. tl Bowline Green.
MrKKLLKK, LULING A CO., Agent* in Havana.
N~" Y.. HAVANA AND MEXICAN M AI u7 LINK.
? Steamers leave pier No. 3 North Itiver at 3 P. X.
Pint HAVANA ONLY.
CITY OP VERA Cltrz Saturday, April If
CITY OP SEW YtlltK Thursday. April JC
FOR VERA i'rtl'Z AND NEW ORLEANS,
via Havana, I'r igretn, Caiiipcucliv, Tuspan aim Tampico.
cm OP MEXICO. Tuesday. Maya
Por freight or passage apply to
F Al.KXANUKI A MINS. 31 and S3 Broadway.
Steamers will laaya New Orleans April 10 and Mar 7 foe
Vera Crux sod all other porta
For! IA LI FAX." X. S.1AND ST. JOHNS, N. P.?CROM
srell line.? Steam?hlp iieo. Cromwell will leave piar 10
North River, on Tuesday, April IS. at II P. M. Cabin pet
satrr, in trold, including slam ro.nn anil meals to Ha'llas,
?13; lo 8tJdlUW.pl Applv In CI.AKK A SEAMAN, M
Mini tt. Steamship tiro. Washington follows Friday,
April -'S
I/o It NEW oltLE V.NS III It EOT. ~"
r THE CROMWELL LINK.
The steamship
HUDSON. Captain ilagar,
on Salnrday, April I >, at 3 o'clock P. M.,
Inon pier Mo. ?? North Kirer.
Through bills ol lading given to Mobile and all principal
points on the MissiNslppt Kirer.
Cabin passage. $3H; sleeruge, #33.
Apply to CI.AKK A SEAMAN, H6 West St.
rPKXAS LINK POR GALVESTON. TOUCHING AT KEY
X West, carrying the United Males mail.?The steamer
CITY OP SAN AN'TliNIo, Captain Pennington, will aall
on Saturday, April lo. at 3 P. M . trom pier "ill East River.
Through bills ol hiding given lo all oolnt*on the Houston
end Texas. Crulral International ami Orcat Northera. l-al
veston, Houston nnd Henderson, and the (Inlveston. Harris
bnrgiind Snti Antonio Railroads Freights and Insurance at
lowe-t rates, por freight or passage, having superior ae
eoinniodsiiotiN, apnltr to C. II. M Al.l.OKV A CO., 143 Maiden
lane, or W. P. CLYDE, No. 0 Rowling (Ireen.
MORGAN'S LINK OF STEAMSHIPS,
for New Orleans and Texas,
will sail every Saturday to New Orleans, transferring Texa*
I freight there to Morgan's Louslslau* nnd Texas Railroad foi
Morgan City, thence, per Morgan's Una of steamers, to Teaai
! ports.
The ALGIERS will sail from pier 36 North River, New
I York, on Hnturday, April 13, at 3 P. M., for New Orleaai
direct.
, Through bills of lading signed to Mobile, (ialreeton and to
nil points on the Galveston, Harrtshnrg nnd Kail Antonio,
Houston and Texas Central, International and Great North
ern, Texas and I'avitlc and Trans Continental railroads, and
to Indiatinla and Salt Antonio, aud all points on the Gulf, *
Western Texas and Pat-IBc Railway, llraios Santiago, Cor
pus Christl, llockport. St. Mary's aud Pulton.
Freight for St. Mary's and Fulton landed at Hoekport
Lighterage and rliannel duea a*, either Corpus Christ! o?
lira/os enntiagu at the expense and risk of consignee.
Through rates to Brownsville, via Itio Grande Railroad,
lusuiance van he cHeeled under open policy of C. A. Whit
ney A Co , New Orleans. From New York to New Qrieant,
's per cent; from New 1 ork to all Texat porta rin New Op
leans, Tn per cent.
Freight at lowest rates. Por freight or further informa
tion apply to
CHARLES A. WHITNEY A CO . Agents,
pier 3rt North River.
NI.Y DIKKi'FlIXE TO FLORIDA.?WEEKLY"LTnE
to Port Royal, s. C.; Fernamllna. Fla.; llrunswlrkj
(Is: selling every Thursday, from pier 30 East Klver. The
steamer ASlll.AND, Captain Crowell, will sail Thursday,
April 13. at 3 I'. M., for Fernaiidlna and Pnrt Royal.
Through tickets Issued to all poluu in Florida. Por freight
or passage upplv lo f. II. MaLLOKY A CO., or HERMAN
OKI-POKE, 133 Maiden lane
/ \LD DOMINION STEAMSHIP COMPANY
., sailing from piar 37 North Klver. .
For Norfolk, oily Point and Riclimo id. Tuesdaya, Thure
day-s aud Saturdays at 3 P. M.. conueetinr with the Virginia
nnd Tennessee Air Line. Atlantic Coast Line. Piedmont Air
Line. Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, and with the com
pany's steam lines ta interior points ia North Carolina and
Virginia. Newborn and Washington. N. C. tela Norfolm,
every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
Lewes, Del.. Monday and Thmtday at 4 P. M-, counejtlaj
with Maryland and Delaware ranroade
Passenger accommodations unsurpassed
Through passage tickets and hills of lading to ell points at
lowest rates. Insurance tn Nortola, Ao., *4 percent. Krelgiit
received daily at bier 37 N'nrtli River. General offices, IB!
Greenwich ?i N. L. McCREADY, President.
TKAYRLLKUH' GLIDE. "
-REGULAR 0ATSK1L1. I.INR UP THE CREEK;
L? also for Stewe-ant and Intermediate landings*
tteagsei WW CHAMPION, from Canal it.. Tuesday. Ttiura.
day and Saturday; steauinr McM ANUS, Monday, Wednes
day aud Friday, from Leroy St.. at 3 P. M.
LB AN V.?PEOPLE'S LINK STEAMBOATS LBAYB
Pier 41 North Klver daily (Sundays excepted), at 6
P. M., for Albany and all points north and well.
CIITTZBNS' LINK STEAMBOATS FOR TROT AND~ALL
J points Northeast and West, leave daily, except datura
Uar, at rt P. M., from pier 40 North Ktver.
ALL RIVER LINK Til BUSTUJf,
via Newport and Fall River The world renowned fsteent
boats BRISTOL and I'liOVIDKNCE leave pier 3M North
I Klver. foot of Murray St.. dally. Sundays excepted, at .1 P. M.
I Through tickets sold at all prlncipnl hotels In the elty.
0!. 11 ESTABLISHED LINE FOR ST CY VESA NT. CAT?
klll and Intermediate landings?Steamer Andrew
Harder, front Franklin si. inter 33), Tuesday. Thursday and
Saturday; steamer Monitor, Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
at 4 P. M.
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD . "
ukf.at trunk line
AND UNITED STATES MAIL ROUTE.
Trains leave Saw York via Da*hrossea aad Cortlaadtil
ferries, at follows; ?
Expres-, for liarrlaburg. Pittsburg, the Wast and South,
with Pullman pal aca cars attached, ? JfJ A. M.. U aud d :J J
? -?I a 3rt p. M. _
M. aad S :'W
with Pullman paiaca c~?
For willian'siiort 'a'ni Loeh Jllavmt A. - --- -
For Baltimore, Wmhlagtou an4 ^?H# Soulilj^l^KSSSi
or Halt,more. WmMMW-RM'TJSrGmid^LTo-ai*
KSK atjffltftgB.Sjftri.ft ???*
lar atS:40A. " 7 7 3t) A. M.'. UA
ipr4 4s P.* m!. uili nUht Sunday.^
m It'an'ii it I* M Kml^rani Mil wcoflil O'mi, ^ j*
* ? ? EhStSth R^hway, Prtoc^ton, Tr^
rpMh Amu'y Ileniington. B.lvldar. aud otho.
at?. iff local icf??dnloao% A* M. aaA
11 a arrive ,ia. 7 A11 P M iully, e*cepl
For trains
ton
d 17. 4 rtti1!. ? A \\ M k. M.. 7 ??'?. ? ?*" """
1S;bS2i.'."2"dCorHm'^'G?sVY.~"T.
g^Ml/lcketnmoa. No. rt Battery BOYD, Jr..
KR \'.neral Manage. G.??ral Pasmnger A?anC_
PHILADELPHIA. VIA LOSU BRANCH A Ml TUB
New Jer.?ev HnBbtru Railroad.?Kare from New York
lo Philadelphia only *2 < oitiuieuring March 1?. IS7H.
Leave New Vurk I rum I'lcr N. North River foot of Rector
?l at |u A. M.. for Philadelphia, Vlaclend And Tom*
River. At 4 P. M. for Philadelphia. Tuckartnn and Tom
River. ft. S. NNhDKN, General Manager
STONTNOTON LINK POR BOSTON.
deduction of fare.
Steamer* RHODE ISLAND and NARRAOAKSETT. from
pier an North Hirer, fuot of Jay at.. at 3 P. M.
Pruridenco l.ine,
froia pier "J7 North River, foot or Park place. Steamship*
ELKCTKA. and (JALATKA. at 4 ..'*) P. M.
MUlH.iKltl.
lWTOtS-1'3* S x 1 N<V~LATli Kfi; PllLLEYS,
r Hangers, Couplings lur shafting. Inquire at 49 Warren
?t.
FOIt MALE?A FIYK~~iiOKSK tJPRIOHT KNOINB
and Holler, a Mtoriemnt Blower, a Screw Lathe and ?
Drilling Machine, all nearlv new and warranted la perfect
working order; sold on account of removal. Apply to I. A
LKVKfUCH. I IB Walker at.. New York
F_ViR KALK-ONB 14-1M II SOHENCE PLANING
Marliine, a? good as new. Inquire at oflleo of JOBll
McCLAVK. -'2d at. and IHh av.
inoR SALE < 'HEAP-BLIND SLAT PLASKRB, TEN.
r oner. S.iw T*i>le, saw?. Drying Apparatus, Belting,
Shafting, good running order. ?
* JOHN III. DD, 140 Bank st. Now Tprtc
For sale cnEAP-AT 4i centre st.. rear,
Mlliee. Planer*. Sham-r, Drill*. Milting and Centring
Machine. Shear*. Illuwer, Viae*, file* end * lot of ?aO
Tool* and other ?toek.
I "nor HALF. OIIKaP-NEW " STEAM ENGINE
1 lot,*21. In 01 Orcenpolnt av., ooar Tontn and Twenty
third streat ferries, Brooklyn.
noTTER CYLINDER PRIMTINO PRESS VoR BALB
X :?l.*4ti; al*u eompoelvor*' Stand* and an Imposing stun*.
Can he eeen at No. wi Hleechor *t.
It TRAM LAT 'SDR V MAI IIINK hYToIT SALK.-?lNE IS
k5 hnr?o itower Knglno (Wright's) ; one double little Giant
iPower) Mangle; oaa Morn* and Tneker Centrifugal
Wringer ; on* Wheel Waahing Machine; nil hnv* been utad
hut two weekt Apply at DM Washington *t.
AITANTED?A SMALL SECOND HAND THREE FOOT
TT gauge Le>imoiive, henling eapaelty about 30 tont on
level ground; uleo second band lightest wolghl Kail* to lay
track of one and a half mile*. Apply to WILLIAMS. BLACK
A CO., No I William ft.
?\*rANTED?A~ HAXSTKR OR ANY GOOD STEAM Bt
TT glne ..f 3 lo t horee power, and Hogarda* Milt, for
grinding coffee. Addrea* ENGINEER, bo* lit Herald
olBce .
WANTED?A POlfR ROLLER CYLINDER PRESS,
In good condition. Addre**, Mating itt* and loweet
cea'i price, bo* sS4 New Yerh Poet olAre. _ _
WANTED T4I PUBCkAHg. ~
X"~<?t)<'D SECOND HAND Ttl KKK-PCLiT B*B?
-V rump wanted.-Ulea fall particulars te A. H. A CO.,
17 llarriain ?? ____
1>A RTIKS II IVI NO ANY KIND OK MERCHANDISE
X to d ep ute of cheap, lor enah. enn eddreea J. P. MILLS,
saw so. * v
TEA BROKER'S OFFICE FITTINGS WANTED?TEA
Tables krttla, Ta?; Ing Caps, denies, Ae., As. Address
PKKI.V bo* l.il Herald ?ce.
WOULD PURCHASE PKW PIECES LfOHT COLOR
ft winter weight Caealmere, foreign or domestic. Pleaaa
aeuil sample*, staling quantity and lowest prion, le CON
NOLLY a SON. .VJ4 Sooth st . Philadelphia.
: LKtiAL WOTlCMif .
\ffTfTtrs~nr h k b ? o i v bit wf fBt
JM remaining on storuga at No D M array st, at Iba area
ertyofj W. Ilewaharat. Ifaot claimed and CMUfeM Wf%
be sold lo satisfy charges, la cf pUanpa with |
law,

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