Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 2, 1873, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 2, 1873 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. WHOLE NO. 13,373. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1873.-TR1PLE SHEET. PRICE FOUR CENTS. DIRECTORY FOR ADVERTISERS* AlfCBEMENTS? Niktb Pack? Fourth, fifth and sixth col a. umn?. ASTROLOGY? Seco.vb Paou? Fourth column. MILLIARDS? Ni.rrtt Page? Fourth column. BOARDERS WaNTED-Moomh Pice? Filth column. BOARD AND LODGING WANTED? Siconj PiOi-Hfth and sixth columns. BROOKLYN REAL KsTATi, FOR BALE? Second Pace? Second column. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ? First Page? 6ixth col umn. BUSINESS NOTICKS ? Skvestii PAGE-Sixth column. ClTY REAL ESTATE FOR 8 ALE ? Second Paok ? First ami accoml columns. CLERKS AND SALESMEN? Twulitu PAGE-Third col umn. CLOTHING? Eicbtii Page? Pistil column. COACHMEN AND GARDENERS? Twelfth Pag?- Third, fourth aud fifth columns. COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS? Firm Page- Fifth and sixth columns. COPARTNERSHIPS ? Finn Pace? Fifth column. COrNTRY HOARD? Second Pack? Sixth column. DANCING ACADEMIES? Ninth PACK-Pourth column. DENTISTRY? Twelfth Pack ? SUth column. DRY GOODS? Fihst Page- Fourth column. DWELLING 110U8E8 TO LET, Fl'RNISHED AND UN , F U RNIS1IED ? N intu Page? First teoond and third _ columns. BUROPKAN STEAMSHIPS? First Pagk-FUUi column. EUROP1C? Twelfth Page? Sixth column. FINANCIAL? Fifth Pace? Fifth column. FOR SALK? Twelfth Page? Sixth column. FURNISHED ROOMS ANI) APARTMENTS TO LET? . Ninth Page? Thlril column. FURNITURE? Second Page ? Sixth column. HELP WANTED? HEM ALUS ? Twelfth Pack? First and second columns. JpELP WANTED? MALES? Twelfth Page? Filth col v untu. HORSK8, CARRIAGES. AC.? Fiust Page? Second, third and fourth columns. HOTELS? Second Page? Sixth calumn. _ .. HOUSES ROOMS, AC., WAN fED-Sccoxn PAOT-Fourth column. INSTRUCTION? First Pace- Fourth column. JERSEY CITY. HOBOKEN, HUDSON CITY AND BER GEN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE? Secoxd Paoe Seeond column. _ LEGAL NOTICES-Numi Page? Fourth column. LOAN OFFICES-Eigiith PAGE-Sixth column. > ? LOST AND FOUND? Fibst Pace? First column. CL MACHINERY? Twelfth PAO?-Slxth column. MARBLE MANTELS? Ninth Page? Fourth column. MKDIOAL? Second Page? Mxth column. _ HILLINEKY AND DRESSMAKING? First Page? Fourth MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS? Tekth Page? Kixth column. SHiCE LL AN KOUS? Twelfth Page? Fifth column. USICAL ? Ninth Page? Fourth column. NEW PUBLICATION'S? Seventh Page? Sixth column. PERSONAL? First Page? First column. PIANOFOKTES, ORGANS, AC.? Ninth Page? Fifth column. POST OFFICE NOTICE? First Pag? Sixth column. PROPOSALS? Tv ei.fth Page? Filth column. PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED? FEMALES? Twelfth Page? First column. PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO RENT? Second Page? Sccond, thiru and fourth col umns REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE ? Second Pack? Fourth column. REAL ESTATE WANTED? Second Pagr? Fourth col umn. RESTAURANTS? First Pag>? Fourth column. REWARDS? First Page? Flret column. SALES AT AUCTION? Eighth PAGE-Fourtfc, fifth and sixth columns. felTUATIONd WANTED? FEMALES? Eleven? Page? First, second, third, fourth, lltth and sixth columns, and Twelfth Page? First column. SITUATIONS WANTED? MALES? Twemtb Page? Sec ond aud third columns. SPECIAL NOTICES? FiRdT Page? First and second col umns. _ _ BPORTING? DOGS, BIRDS, AC.? First Page? Second eolumn. fHE TRADES? Twelfth Page? Filth column. THE TURF? First Page? Second column. TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES-Niicth Page First column. TRAVELLKKS' GUIDE? First Page? Sixth column. UNFURNISHED ROOM8 AND APARTMENTS TO LET? . Ninth Page? Third column. WANTED TO PURCHASE? Ninth Page? Fourth column. WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OR . TO LET? Second Paoh? Second column. TACHTS, STEAMBOATS, AC.-Fumt PAGB-Fourth col umn. (BCTUP BRAlcH OFyicE-fPTOWll. jA DVERTISEMENTS FOR THENEW YORK HERALD RECEIVED AT TnE BRANCH OFFICE, J,Stt BROADWAY, WEPT BIDE, BETWEEN THIRTY-FIRST AND Tlfl&TY CECOND STREETS. ADVERTISEMENTS ARE RECEIVED FROM 8 A. M. ?DLL ! P.M. ON WEEK DAYS (SUNDAYS. 2 TILL 9 P. *.), AT OFFICE RATES. NO EXTRA CHARGE OF NY KIND. I ARIB AGENCY OF THE NEW YORK HERALD, JES8R8. KREMER A CO., AMERICAN REGISTER, 5TAVB BEEN APPOINTED PARIS AGENTS FOR THE HEW YORK HERALD. THEY WILL SUPPLY DEAL ER8 WITH COPIES OF THE HERALD, AND ALSO 'eIXGLE NUMBERS OP THIS PAPER TO PARTIE8 REQUIRING THEM. 1'EKSOIVAI.. A POOR WOMAN WILL ADOPT HER SPLENDID, healthy baby. Call lor two (lays at 730 Second ave nue, third floor, front. C1HARLE8 T. DUNHAM. SON OF G. W. DUNHAM, ) In HBO and for years after a rr.c'r !iant in Hiceboro, Liberty county, Ga., hut. not boin heard from since August. 18B6 : then wrote that ho was in the employ of one of his father's former friend) in New York city. Re liable lafortnation as to his whereabouts or fate will be liberally paid for. Address box 28 Post office, Darlen, Da. Advortiser and a photograph may be seen for two days. E. W.-THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 3 P. M. IF EFFIE THOMPSON. LATE OF SAN FRANCISCO, ts in the city, send address immediately to TILLY, erald office. INFORMATION WANTED? OF CHARLES DOUGH erty and Jaincs Thompson, natives of county Down, Ireland, bv ltabella Dougherty. Please address JOHN KEVINS, 29 Centre stroct. New York. T D. M'KILLOP, LATE OF LIVERPOOL, ENG el ? land, will find an old friend by calling or sending his address to McMURRAY A DAMMARELL, 1M Maiden lane. SADIE? OLD MA'AM PHILLIPS SAYS? "8? *4 WON'T da" 6? U are the lucky numbers. LOST AND POCKD. LOST? SATURDAY NIGHT, MARCH 2#, either in Grand, Norfolk or Clinton street, a Red l'ocketbook. containing about $4.1 in bills. A liberal reward will lie liven by returning it to Mrs. E. RYAN, 120 Clinton street. L08T ? GOING FROM WILLIAMSBURG TO NEW York, lady's gold Cluster Ring, keepsake. The lion ist finder will receive liheral rcvnrd and sinccre thanks of owner. F. II. li., S3 South Ninth St., Williamsburg. LOST-A SMALL crUNKSE DOG. |0 REWARD will be paid at 12 Elizabeth street. REWARDS. 5k^"rEWA~UD.-IX)ST, a GOLD LOCKET, CONTAIN $5 ing a miniature of * fr$?Li,EY, S4)< Pine street (be REWARD.? LOST, MONDAY NIGHT. A LARGE Jj>? J white Road Blanket, trimmed with blue and the Initials A. C. I.. on both corners The finder will receive |S and no questions asked. A. C. LAWRENCE, 86 Clinton place. dMfk REWARD.? LOST, NEAR CROTON MARKET, on Tuosdav, April 1, a white Spitz Dog; answers to the name of "Pink.'' Any person returning him to No. 1 Enst Fortieth street will receive (lie above reward. J?"1 ? REWARD.? LOST, A SMALL OVAL LOCKET iPlU ot conper colored gold, ornamented with a horse rone. containing a lady's picture. The above reward will be paid on returning itio 118 East Twenty fifth st. i-|C RKWARD.? LOST, APRIL 1, A BLACK AND f ItJ tan Terrier: answers to nnrae of Gyp, an.i hits collar of red leather, witli " reward paid If relumed to collar of red leather, with fire silt trimming. The at>ove " to S6fi West Twenty-eighth sti eet. REWARD.? LOST. A VAWr ^.rrreVt (JHon REWARD.? LOST. ON SUNDAY MORNING, IN QpZiU Broadway car or street, blnck onyx Bead Chain ind Cross, set with Marls. Finder will receive above re Ward by returning to L. ROE, (2 William street. $25 REWARD.? LOST, A SMALL HUNTING CASE a? U Watch, enamelled. No. W,?S2, patent lever, be tweon Twenty-second and Twenty-seventh streets, Broadway, and on West Twenty-sixth street and Sixth avenue ; more value to owner than any one. Return to room 81 Filth Avenuo Hotel. No questfous asked. SPKCIAL. NOTICES. A-the^merican register, ? The most widely circulated of the American Journals published In Europe. A capital medium for American advertiser* addressing themselves to European patronage. Indlrpensable 10 all person* v lilting Great Britain and the European Continent. Subscription* and advertisement* for the AMERICAN REGISTER will No received and tingle copies of the Mpermay he obtained at the office ot the Now York Herald, New York. A -HERALD BRANCH OEKICE, BROOKLYN, ? ttinc o< Fulton artnue and Boertim street Open from f A. M. to 9 P. M. On fund ny trmn 3 to 91*. M. A -PUBLIC I.IBRAR Y OK KENTUCKY: $108,000 FOR ?*? *IUS distribution ot gifts will take place April 8; Whole Tickets. ?10: llalvos, M ; Quarter*, *2 flu. JOSEPH BATES, 196 Broadway, room 4. a -HAVANA I.OTTERY. ? PRIZES CASHED AND ^ ? lwl0tinatlon furnished. Circulars tree. JOSEPH Sates A Oft. "Thniiwj. iw si. first floor. G RATEI, AND BROKEN STONE OP EVERY DEllC'RIP. tioii. sultbhle lor public roads and concrete work, {or ??!? low for enfh, or will exchange. Address CON ?UACYOR. box 114 Herald office. RPECIAL. NUTICKfl. A ? SQUKEZK IN A. TO-DAY, while the ticket* last. Third grand Gift Concert, to If j civen under authority at special lcui lotivr act, in a?l ot . Public Library of Kentncky,at Library Hall, Louisville, i K y., on Tuesday. April A, 1871 Remember tliHt no tickets i can now be had Anywhere except at Kew York mid ' Loulivllle. office open until ten o'clock P. M. Tickets , liable to be exhaits od any hoof. Mall, express an-l tele- ; frraph order* will be filled In the exert order they are re oelvcil. and remittances returned to those that arrive loo . late. All quarter anil hulf tickets are represented in the wheel the same a* whole*, uoote being formed whi. h take , any odd* and ends Iclt Ten thousand Ga*h Gilt*, to be 1 distributed by lot among the ticket holder*, aggregate a : vast total of $500,000 CtTMtlNCY. j One grand fitt, cash I One grand rllt, cash M. J") One graud cift. cash One grand cash gift ~ One grand cash gift 'S'SlS One crand cash gilt 24 cash gilts or fl.OHteach W.000 BOcash gifts of 600 each AVOW) 80 cash gifts of 400 each.. ? g.<> 100 cash gi 'ts of Si? each ..- 32*292 1.40 cash (tirtsof 200 each jO.OOO 580 cash gilts of 100 each.. 50,000 9,000 c ash gilts of lOcaoh .... 90,000 Total. 10.000 Olfte, all Cash. $500,000 non. ex-Uovemor Thoma* K. Kramlette, of Kcntnckr, has charge or the business of the I'oncert for trustees. 100,000 tickets ? 10,000 Klfts ? chances one in ten. New York sales are made a special deposit with the Kourth National han't of New York. Buyers do not necessarily have to be present at the drawing, as an official list is lurnl-dicd each one, und 81 (Is due ticket-holders at a distance can be collected li rough any bank or express company, the ?amc as a draft or check is collected. Make haste. Send money by Post office order, draft, registered letter or express, prepaid. Tickets, 810: halves, $5: quarters. $2 50. For tickets, lull programme, information and all par ticulars, apply to the UeneralApeney Supply. TH08. II. HAYS A CO.. 009 Broadway, New York. Havana lottery. -extraordinary drawing 22d of April. German State Lotteries. Circulars mailed free. Kl'IILMANN A CO., Bankers, 85 Nassau street. Post office box 3,586. 0 FFICIAL DRAWINGS KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERIES. KKKTCCKT- KllBi CLASS WO. 253? APRIL 1, 1873. 34, 63, 4S 74, 37, 22, 44, (18, 51, 58, 4S, 75. 10. K1KTCCRT? CLAM Ml. 254? APRIL 1, 1873. 53, 6. 7. 28. 4.M, 45, 6ft. 54, 66, 34, 29. 50. SIMMONS A CO., Managers, Covington, Ky. wrier collkuk? xxtra class ko, 15?? acril 1, 1878. 41, 10, 17. 41, 1?, 6'i, 16, 19. 38, 37, 75, 22, 27. (DEIST COLLIGX? CLASS KO. 154? APRIL 1. 1873. 4, 5, 43, 48, 47. 74. 11, ?), 44, 5?, 50, 3.1 f-'MITJI A CO.. Managers, Covington, Kv. o _ ? .. . CLCTE, Broker, 106 Broadway. Post office box 4,960. Royal Havana lottery. Drawing of list March, 1873. No. 10,774 drew $100,000 No. 17,872 drew ?O,(iO0 No. 23,741 drew 25.000 No. 18,572 drew 10,000 No. 22,300 drew 5,000 No. 64 drew....* 5,000 J. B. MAiiTINKZ A CO., Bankers, 10 Wall street. Post office b?x 4,685 Now York. R?cY?tiU?pri?.^ thTOwTig of March 31 by steamer all",n4eirre*wto0j0g. 17.872 drew 23.741 drew 4^,000. R OYAL HAVANA LOTTERY.? CIRCULAR AND IN i formation furnished. R. ORTEGA, No. 9 Wall street and box 1.846 Pint office. Royal baxon government lottery at leip slc, Germany; 95,100 tickets; 47,500 prizes; Bruns Eick Government l^otterj; Hamburg Cltv Government ottery: Royal Havana Lottery. Prize* cashed mill in formation given. THEODOR ZSCHOCH, 116 Nassau street ; box 6,080 Post office. Royal Havana lottery.-pfjzeb cashed ;or flers filled; information fnrnislied; highest rates raid for fc Banish I!ank Eilk, 4c. TAYLOR A t O., Bonkers, lft Wall street, New York. Royal iiavana lottery? the next extraor dinary Drawing will take place on the 22d of April, 1873. J.B.MARTINEZ A CO., Bankers, 10 Wall street! Post office box 4,685, Now York. IJ1WO LETTERS . N?w York, March 31, 1873. To 8. B. CBiTTgltDXit A Co. :? It being a generally Under-' tood fact that you are offer ing standard, prints to the <rado at eleven cents a jara, which is one-half oent a yard Ictf? than the agent's price for the same, we, the unne rsigned, do hereby express the hope that you will ace it for rear interest to make and hold the price the same as -Jmi agetts for all standard prints, M we cannot Sell officii ver to your house any of our respective makes of prints daring the year 1873, un less this is done. Hoyt. Sprsgoe A Co. Low Harrlman A Co. David S. Brown A Co. J. 8. A K. Wi Ight A Co. Anthony A Hall. Joy Langdon A Co. J. C. Howe A Co. Wheelwright, Anderson A Co* Woodward, Lawrence A Co. Garner A Co. Note.? Three of the original signers of the above, of their own motion, discovering their error, gracefully withdrew their Barnes while this paper was going through the press. 328 Broadway. March 31, 1873. Messrs. IToyt, Spraccb A Co., and others :? gni?TLK*XH? In an experience covering a period of rty years and two month* among the people of New York we have never heard of a strike to advance wages nor of a combination to establish priccs so ill-advised and Indefensible as that to which your letter of this date di rects our attention. You all know (if you have taken the trouble to know the truth) that wo are not responsible for the break ivhlch annoys you. Pome of you know that we stood firmly In the breach for noarly two weeks, with more patience towards you than we were bound to exer cise ; and why it is that, In tne tace of reason and iu?tice, you have proposed seriously to make us your scapegoat In thl'i case is beyond our comprehension. Having scrupulously kept faith with you, we had a right to look for fair treatment lu return; instead of which (to put it mildly) you have foolishly combined to intimidate usi We wonder, in looking over the names, how so ninny respectable firms were led into this great mistake. But, fortunately, none of you deserve or need our sympathy, and we will not condole with you. Yonr are at liberty, of course, to "deliver" your goods, "during tho year 187.1" (and there after), to whom yon please (save tons), and we shall command your respect by the constant exercise of the same liberty with our own property. oar obedient servant*. 8. a CHITTENDEN A CO. TO BUILDERS.? FOR 8 A LB, A LARUE QUANTITY of Building and Foundation Stone of the best quality. Inquire at 219 East Twenty sixth street UPTOWN OFFICE PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KEN tucky moved temporarily to first floor and entrance first door up stairs. Tickets on hand sold up to the 8th Instant. W. L. DAVIS, Agent, 945 and 947 Broadway, between 22d and 23d streets. (fcrnn fifiH gifts.? KENTUCKY library yyUw.UvW Gilt Concert. Drawing positively April 8. Whole Tickets, $10; Half Ticket*, $5: Quarter 'tickets, $2 60. For tickets and descriptive circulars upoly to P. C. DEVLIN. Stationer, 31 Nassau street (opposite Post office), New York. dfcnQQ KQQ IB DRAWN DAILY IN THE LEGAL Ized Kentucky Lottery. Royal Ha vana and Kentucky circulars free. 12k: cents commission al'owcd. Address BALEY A CO. (office established 30 years), 174 Broadway. SPORT1M G? DOGS. BIROS, &C. A? FOR SALE, ALL KINDS OF FANCY DOGS. ? Birds, Ac.; Medicines for all diseafes. Prepared Food for mocking birds, at B. U. DOVEY'8. No. SGrecno street, near Canal. For SALE? POINTER DOG, 2 YEAR8 OLD; EXCF.L lent in the field ; two 8ctter Paps, perfect match and over distemper? all very handsome, or celebrated strains and bargains. Apply at 146 Rcade street, from 11 to 4. THE Tmir. American turfman, a monthly record of the Turf.? April number now ready. Every lover of tU turf should have it. Priec 15 cents, at news stands or 22 Ann (treet Prospect park fair ground association.? To let, the I'ot 1 Sailing for the year 187H; also, to let, the Restaurant under thetirand Stand for the year 1873. Healed proposals for each separately will be received un til April 8, nt the office of the Association. Fulton, corner of Boeruni street, Brooklyn. The Association reserve tho right to reiect any or all proposals. By order of the Ex ecutive Committee. GEO. W. OAKLEY, Superintendent. TO LET? FLEETWOOD PARK CLCB HOUSE AND hitching privilege ol grounds. Apply at the park or 112 Wall street w. U. VANCOTT, Superintendent. HCKR8K9, CARBIAOKS AC. At private sai.e-at arch, johston's NEW HORSE AND CARRIAGE MART, 19, >1, 23 AND 28 EAST THIRTEENTH STKKET, between University plaeo and Filth avenue. NO TOP PARK WAQON? Nearly new. LIGHT PRUNELL. TOP WAOON? Cltjr built to order, with pole and shaft*; tn first rate order. DOCTOR'S PHAETON.? Splendid light Doctor's Phae ton, city built to order ; nearly new. TOP WAOON? Nearly new; pole and shaft*; built by Oorbctt A Co. PONY PHAETONS.? Top and no top Pony Phaeton*, banket and panel ; 20 top Buggies, Rockaways, Express Wagon*. Prices 26 per cent tower than at any other place In the city. Call and examine. ARCH. JOHNSTON. A LOT OF SECOND HAND CARRIAGES A!?D ^AO on* at bargains; Top Buggies, Coupe, Coupe Rocka wav doctor's Phaeton, two ?a?nn?, answer lor stage or circus; glass quarter Coach. 400 Third avenue. A BLACK MARE, 15K HANDS. 9 TEARS, SUITABLE for nnv use, prompt driver, warranted sound and kind, will be sold cheap. Apply at aoda water factory, H# Amity street. ASIX-BEAT OERMANTOWN, IN riNE ORDER; three top Wngons, two side bar road Wugons. one single seat wagon, lot single and double Harucs*. M Urove street. A SUPERIOR LOT OF WORK AND BUSINESS Horses tor sale cliean or exchange ; nlso several low nrtced work Horse-, ru'titble lor all purposes, at M Grove street, near Bleccker. A LOT OK HORSES KRKSII FROM THE COUNTRY ?old or exchanged tor llones of less value j <mitablo for ail kind* of busiucss. Inuulre at Ml Caual ?treeb IIORSKK, CAHEIAQKS, <W'. 4 I Ti UllvKR A CHASE'S A CITY AUCTION MART AND NEW YORK TaT TERHaLLH, corner of Broadway ami Thirty-ninth firm. MAJOR CHAKbES W. II A Ilk UK, AUi I IONKER. Regular -i?le of Horses, Carriages, Ae., EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. Tweuty-four bourn allowed for trial en every Horse sold ! under warrantee. This i? the only auction mart in the State having the proper facilities for showing hoives on sale? vie., a large ('riv inc ring eutirelv under cover. catalogue of sale this day. at is o'Ci.ock. i Tin- celcDratiO and hay Trottin;' Gelding Knox Oh lef. aired by General Knox, nnd bred in the Sbite of ' Maine ; is hith. 7 years old: an extra tin* and gamy , driver; i'&ii trnt close to 5:40 to road wagon ; l? a great | pole horse: is very hand?orae uni showy, and is war- ; ranted sound and Kind, One < logant rouui, brown, trotting Gelding, slrcl by : Volunteer and bred in Orange conmy; t>< IS!, hiuh; 6 | years old": nn extra, stylish. fine, prompt and easy driver: ? can tr?.t close to 2:40 to the pole; V a great roadster i ha? no taUit-'; b perfectly gentle, for child to drive ; afraid of I nothing ami warranted sound Md kind ; told to clone an estate, Kortfl Turnout, comprising the fast, handsome brown ! trot'ipe Maro, l.ady Emma, sired by Malor Edsall) WV , high; ti year* old; fine, prompt and gamy driver: Can : trot tietter than three minutes, and lias had no han lilng; ' Ik afraid of nothing; no vices; flowing mane and tail nnd warranted riound and kind ; also Concord Wagon, Har- | ness, Ac. i Fast black trotting Marc, Long Island Black Hawk ' ?lock; 16 kitth; 7 years old; a very tree and stylish driver; can trot eluse to2:30; atraid of nothing and w a r- i ranted sound and kind. The well known high ltred brown trottinc reld'ng ; Allen t liter, sired by f Alien, and bred by Colonel McAllister, of Saratoga. I- 16I? hands high, 7 years old. an elegant nnd extra sivlUh driver; can heat 2:40 to the ? pole, r nil i> warranted to trot In 2:S0 to-day or ?to sale in one ol the .Teatest roadatera In the *taie ; cun Le driven ! bv a lady at *peed, and 1* warranted sound aud kind; i sold only tor want ot use. Fine powerful bay draught Horse, M'? bands high, 6 years old, fine driver, great wocker; warranted kind. Seven top and no top road Wuuoni. Three top and no top express Wagons. New and second hand Harness, Horse Clothing, I.ap Robes, Whips, Halters, Ac. Also aevcral other Horse?. Full description at ?ale. Sales never potfponed on account of the weather. A. ? BREWSTER. OF TWENTY-FIFTH fcTREET. Wardrooms, Fifth avcauc, corner Twenty-seventh street. Role makers of Brewster Wagon-, with the Vertical Steel Plates. The maximum of strength, the minimum of weight, ob viating all spread ol the axle, a prevailing source of an noyance tn those using road wagon.''. Besides the Additional strength and security which this 8reat Improvement gives to our wagons, an experience ot lirty-four years enables us to challenge comparison either In quality or finish. See certificate from General McClellan :? nkw yoke, Jane 1, 1971. OtfTLEMFN 1 have caretnlly examined your Patent Vertical Heel Plate Axle. 1 find that the addition of the Vertical Plate render' the axle about two and a lialf (2V,> time.') as stiff a a It would be without it Very respectfully, GEORGE B. M'CLELLAN. J ^ T. DEMAREST A CO., 628 BROADWAY. We offer a large and elegant assortment of fine Carriages of oar own mannfactnre, comprising our popular six scat familv Rockawavs, 12 styles.; Coupe Roc k a ways, 8 styles ; Landaus, 9 styles; Coupes, (1 styles ; elegant Iandanlet.s, 5sf-sr ..1 styles; beautiful new style f Carta and Turn out Sewu. i*k first class in every respect. ' es reasonable and popular with buyers. hundred Pony Phaetons at very low prices. AT OUR FACTORY, 1,404 BROADWAY, ARK THE Fol lowing second hand Carriages, all In good order > Clarence. | Coupe, Barouche, Pony Phaeton, with rumble ; Coupelctt*. . BRADLEY, PRAY A CO., 558 Broadway. uonpe, Brootrham. Cabriolet, Top Wagon. A? REMOVAL, REMOVAL, REMOVAL. A R 68 Liberty street. A card? No. 8 Cortland tst, R R will open in a few days entire new stock E M carefully selected light Carriages and Harness, M 0 at ii<;w and commodious repository, o V No. 8 Cortlanat street V A Balance of stock at 58 Liberty street, A L. offered at great bargains to close out L. No reasonable offer reftined. 68 Liberty at, ARCH. JOHNSTON, No. 8 Cortlsndt it, near Nassau. near Broadway. A BOSTON CHAISE, NEARLY NEW, BUILT BY Sargent A Co. A TWO-WHEELED HOG CART, IN GOOD ORDER, built by Brewster A Baldwin. TWO BAROUCHES, IN GOOD ORDER, BUILT BT Wood Bros. Two elegant Park Phaetons, bat little used. Victoria, nearly uew. Klegantopca Conpe Rockaway. Cabriolet, extension top, with Pole and Kb aft a Clarence, In good order, built by Wood Broa. Top and no-top Pony Phaetons, in great variety and all styles. Fitly top Wagons, Depot and Expresa Wagons, and a largo assortment of Harness, at private sale, at very low prices, to suit the times, at tlit; HORSE AND CARRIAGE AUCTION MART OF WILLIAM VAN TA88ELL, successor to Johnston A Van Ta -sell, 110, 112, 1U East Thirteenth street. Atop side bar wagon, poi.e and shafts, by Corbet; one light Couch, by Brewster; 10 ton and open Road Wagons by the best clfy mskers from 130 up ; two second-hand Reckaways, .10 top and open Pony Phae toinl, two Phaetons, tbrcc t'ulkeys, one second hand Clarence, two slide-seat Wagon*, three lop and open Express Wapons, Single and Double Harness of oil kinds; also one Skeleton, In good order, at W. 11. GRAY'S. 20 and 12 Woo-tcr street. A? FOR PALF, THE PROPERTY OF A GBNTLR ? man from the country, two Horses, 6 nnd 0 vears old ; urc good family horses or fit for any kind of Lusl ne-s; are stylish, very la-sf and ferries* of locomotives: warranted sound and kind In single or double harness. To be seen at 22 Amity street. A LOT OF TOP BCQtllES, ROAD WAGONS. Ex press, Grocery and light Business Wagon?; also a sccond hand Top Wagon. .148 West Twentj -seventh street, between Eighth and Ninth avenues. A? BARGAINS. BAROAINP IN FIXE CARRIAGES, ? comprising (dupes. I.amlaulets, Landaus, Pharmns, Depot Wagons; several second hand Carriages, taken In exchange, to closc cut HAM, 10 East Fourth street. A~ NY GENTLEM AN HAVING A TEA MO F FI NE R( >AD Horses and willing tn sell at a reasonable price, giving a fair (rial, may apply at private stable v9 West Forty-tourth sireet. A -FOR SALE, ONK SORREL HOR>E. 17 HANDS ? high, 7 years old; suitable for cart truck orox ?rcss; quick: or any kind ot heavy work ; also one b'.ack tare, 1(1 .'4 bands high, 8 years old ; suitable for all busi ness; both horses sound and kind, without blemish. In quire at 613 East Sixteenth street. Auction notice.? the attention of those wanting superior family, trotting and work Horses is called to the sale to take place tlila day at 394 Broad way, W illiainsburg, at 12 o'clock : 21 horses will be sold. A LIGHT FALLING-TOP CARRIAGE AND A DOC JY tor's Phaelon for sale at a sacrifice. Apply at MALLON'S stable, Washington and Second streets, Hoboken. N. J. A BRETT. 2 TOP WAGONS, 1 OPEN WAGON, 1 double Harness. 1 set of single Harness, 1 Lap Robe, 1 pair of Blankets, 1 bay Marc for sale cbcap, at board Ing stable, corner ot Broadway and Forty-third street (1ARR1 AGES? SLIGHTLY DAMAGED; GREAT BAR. ) gains; Carriage", new and second hand, of everv de scription, ai low priccs; now Is the time to purchase, be fore trade commences. MANUFACTURER^ UNION, 63* Broadway. /CARRIAGES SPECIALTY -75 TOP BUGGIES ; ALSO V/ Kockav.avs, Victorias, Phaetons, four and two seated, cheapest in the city ; near Grand street and Bowerv. 1?5 aud 148 BidrMfe street BAY A tfON. I" |t6R SALE-A PAIR ()F BLACK FILLIES, 14 AND 1 14.1 high, 4 and 5 years old. Apply at private stable, 107 West Thirty-third street, before lOo'clocx. For hale-for want of use, a circular front Coupe, made by Lawrence A Co., and In perfect order: as good a* new; also light shifting top Wagon and double Hnmoss. Can be keen at private stable No. 3 East lmh st, corner of Fifth avenue. TjlOR SALE? A BAY HORSE, EIGHT YEARS OLD: C very stylish ; 15Ji hands high : sound and kind In all harness; would suit coupe or family. Apply at Z76 Hprln? street. ^ FORSALE-A LOT OF GOOD WORK HORSES. JUST arrived from the country, ft-om ft to 8 years obi ; suit able for all purposes; to be sold cheap. Apply at 170 Mer ccr street.

For sale? a London coupe, as good as new: also top waffon, nearly new, good city maker, will be sold cheap. Private stable No. 7 West Ninth street. For sale? gray pony, \*% hands nion, good worker and stylish driver; warranted sound and kind. Apply at 120 Attorney street. For sale? a pair of chestnut horses, hands high: alao n very handsome Harness, by MERRV, of London ; never used. Apply at private stable 47 East Thirty -third street. For sale-a nice bay mare. 151* hands men, 7 years old, sound and kind; can trot in 3 minutes: also a Stevens Road Wagon. In first class order. Apply at 266 Cherry street. IriOR BALE? A BAY HORSE 16 HANDS HIGH, 6 1 years old, has a good open gait, fine mane r.nd tail, perfoctlv pound, gentle ana true. Can be seen and tried at No. 15 and 17 l ast Twenty-eighth street, near Madison avenue. For price apply at No. 46 Broadway, up stairs. FOR SALE? 12 NEW BUSINESS WAGONS. 1 SECOND hand l andau, 1 feed track, 1 top Buggy, at207 Greene street I'POR SALE-SIX WORK HORMK8, FIT FOR FARM 1 ing, truck or grocery purposes, from six to nine years old; will l.c sold at moderate prices; warranted sound ; sold tor want of use. 87 nnd t>9 Wooater street, between spring and Br pome. ; FOR pale? thoroughbred bashaw road Mare, 16 hnnds hicrh ; will suit any one who wants a good animal ; warrented. Bear 207 W ouster street For sale-a first CLASS TRUCK HORSE ; WAR ranted In every particular; a thorough trial will lie given. Apply to OARTMAN, American Tract Society, corner Spruce and Nassau streets. New York. IflOlSALE? A" F 1 N E TURNOUT"; SORRBL HORSE, ' 18U hands high, 8 years old ; can trot in 2:??. Also u fine Wagon and Harness. No. 5 We?t Thirteenth street. For sale-a pair of stylish hay horses. 16.1 hands high : stylish drivers; warranted sound and kind : property of a private gentleman In this city; sold solely for the want of use. 137 West Seventeenth sft OR SALE immediately-fine sorrel ray F Hor-a, 7 years old, warranted perfectly sound and kind : can trot close to three minutes. Also Itoi kaway, nearly new - doors panelled and glazed. Alao top Ru?gy and sldlgh. Harness, Blankets, Robes, cheap for casn. Can be seen at Ccnolly's stable, close by depot, Bergen Point, N. J. Address P. R. ti., Herald olU'cc, HORgEl. (AKRIAOISS, AC. _ Iru-R SALE? A FINK, STYLISH FIVE-YEAR-OLD ' b!?' k Marc. 10 hands high : without blemish: steps well . warranted kind and gentle; $.'*60; by * physician having i wo. i'S6 West Thlrly-lourth street. EJOR SALE? A HOR?E. TRUCK, WITH POLE AND ihatts. set of double Harness and set of single truck H-ruess, in food order; price $200. 466 West Thirty f Itli street. FOR ? ALE-A BARGAIN? A FINB, NEW, LIGHT TOP Byguy; lent city maker; but twice nard. Also a handsome steel-gray Colt, 16, 'a hands high, A vears old; < very WHy rlutit ; trotted one year ago a lull mile in three minuter. MARTIN WOOD, &) Fulton street, near terry, Brooklyn. For sale- a nice, stylish brown horse, iax hand-, 7 years old, sound, kind and perteet; also four-wheel Dotr Cart and gold mounted coupe Ha mo us, nearly new ; together or separately. Apply at stables 19 ami 17 East Twenty -eighth street. For sale? a fine young pair of horses, very stylish, 1.1K hands, good Ktenpers.tio vices; al?o Prewsur T Oart, Ac. Apply at No. 6 East Thirtieth street It* fort 9>i A M., or alter 0 P. M, F'?.R PALF.-A SUPERIOR AND HANDSOME BAV Horse, 16K hands high and 0 years old. finely broken to *11 harness and ntperlor under the -addle, anil can be driven by a lady; sold for wont of use Apply at Mr. DUGAN'S stables, No. 8 Second street, near the Bowery. F(iK SALE? A VKRV HANDSOME PAIR OF BAY, Mare*, about 16 hands hlvfii ; any one wanting a nice styiish team lor a family eannot tail to like tliein: Har ness will be -old If wanted. Apply to N. W. RIKKR, t wner, at Westflielil, N. J., or at No. o Pino St.. N?-w York. For kale? pair rich bay colored, cloak mated. Kentucky bred carriage Horses Id hands, 7 yearn, smooth made, rangy, with long arched necks, heavy manes. and talis drag the ground, high knee ac tion, splendid style and action, tear nothing, aad for ftvie ami beauty they canuot be excelled; abo pair black, close matched carriage Horses, 16 bands, 6 years, raui-v. with arched nooks, heavy manes, and talis to tbo ground. splendid style ; all warranted soand and kind, without fault or blemish. Address GEO. D. LKHN, Kaston, Pa. XT' OR SALE? A BLACK HORSE BETWEEN 4 AND 6 I years old; warranted sound and kind ; price, 9290. Apply Mt W Tenth aveuue. corner Fortieth street FOR SALE? AN EXTRA STYLISH AND ELEGANT bav Horse, 7 years old, 16 bunds; principally tit for a coupc or dog cart. Apply at 18 East Twenty-seventh ?tree! (private stable). IpOR SALE CHEAP? AT BRIOt;8 A CO.'S STABLE, corner of Forty-second street and Seventh avenue, a bay Mare, 15 bands high, 7 years old; can trot in. 46; also a light half-spring ton Wagon and single Harness. HARNESS.? THE CHEAPEST HARNESS STORE IN New York: good double Truck Harness, $30; ?ood single Buggy Harness, hand made, $17: a good stable Blanket, #760; the lar^estussortment ot Cart Harness in the citv. Please call and examine for yourselves. E. a. OSBORNE, Harness Warerooins, 43 Murray street. Harness.? noRPB equipments; immense suc oes?; Spring trade in full blast : overrun with custom ers; a trw more left; now is the appointed time; rush in or be too late st MOSEMAN'B Ever Glorious Warerooins, 114 Chambers street HARNESS BUYERS, ATTENTION !? WE HAVE THE largest stock, of every description and style, in New York. Call and roe. JACOBOW.sK V, HILBORN A CO., Ill Chambers St. Horses taken to board, drive and break, with good care, bv JOHN H. TWEDDLE, Mon> ? t mery, Orange county, N. Y. References? James B. Brewster A Co., New York city. Horses.? an elegant pair bay houses, 8 years old, 16.3 high, sound, kind and very stylish ; owner going abroad only reason for selling. Can he seen at private stable 132 Cumberland street, north of Myrtle avenue, Brooklyn. Price $7.10 net cash. Or information cau be obtained of D. S. R., 334 Water street. New York. II von that they arc as represented. Apply It?, 804 Kant Eleventh street, near Second a JUST FROM ALBURG, VT.-ONE SPLENDID FAMILY Horse, I894 hands high, 6 years old ; can be driven by a lady. and warranted perfectly sound, kind and true and without a fault ; price $3U) ; also one pair bay Morses, l&M bauds hiifh. 5 and tl years old : can trot in 3 X to gether ; promise to be very fast; warranted sound, kind and trne every way; price $678. Satisfactory security T to R. G. EL avonuo. QPSJtD.? FOR SALE, THE HANDSOMEST ORAY Q Horse lo the city ; 7 years old; warranted sound and kind; can trot In 2:50 to road wagon. Also Landau, Brewster Coupe, French Victoria. Must sell this week; owner going to Europe. Apply at No. 3 East Thirty, flrsi street SECOND-HAND P\RK PHAETON, LIGHT COUPE, Ponv Wai<on, two Dog Carts, Depot Wagon, several llyht Boekrtways and litiggic.; great variety Pony Phaetons, lioad Wagons ana other new Spring styles of Carriages. MANUFACTURERS1 UNION, US Broadway. SECOND HAND CARRIAGES AT BARGAINS.? CLAR enees, close Coaches, a light, curtain Coach, a Ba roncltc. a Cabriolet, lour and six-seat Phaetons, four and rix-scat Coupe Rockaways, top ami open Buggies and Pony Phaetons . ail in good condition and must lie sold to maka room. At WOODRUFF A DUNHAM'S, Rahway, fJIHE "GENTLEMAN'S DEPOT WAGON," one nf the most complete carriages for the connlry, suit able for two or lour persons, for sale by A. S. FLANDRAU, N'oi. 7 and 18 East Eighteenth street, between Uroadway and Fifth avenue. TO COUNTRY STABLE KEEPERS AND HACKMEN.? For sale, three six-seated Park Phaetons in good or der. P. B. MASTEBSON, Fifty-ninth street r.nd Seventh avenue. TO LET? A BRICK STABLE, CONTAINING FOUR stalls and plenty of hay room, in the rear of No. 8 Grand street, near Varick. Inquire on the premises. TO LET? ONE OR MORE TEAMS AND TRUCKS BY the day or week on steady work. Apply to S. F. HEWITT, 447 West Thirty-Eighth street 6 CHEAP HORSE8 FOR HALE-YOUNG AND sound ; sold, as owner has no use for them. Apply at lager beer saloon, 220 Eighth nvenue. ?TEAM BLACK HORSES, 8 VEARS, 16 , j hands; separate if desired : bay Horse, 16U hands. $12.i . grav, 15 hands, $1?0; all sound aud kiud. 418 Eighth avenue, corner Thirty -first street $300, DRY GOODS. AT SMITII'8 PATTERN BAZAAR, 914 BROADWAY, near Twentieth street? New designs, new Imported styles magic Costume, beautiful Toilets, Patterns, with cloth models, now ready. Come early. MME. BALLINGS. IMPORTER. J, 115 BROADWAY.? Opening Tuesday. April 8. carriage, dinner aud walking Costumes, Novelties in Parts Millinery, l-adies can obtain cards by sending their addresses. JJARIB.? AU COIN DE RUE. 8 RUE MONTESQUIEU. 16, 18,30, 23 RUE DE8 RONS ENFANTi, near the Palais Royal. GREAT EMPORIUM OF FASHION*. Known for nearly thirty years for the excellence, good taste snd modest price of each article. INDIA AND FRENCH CACHMIRE SHAWLS. Silks, Lace Goods, Mantles, Costumes. Pe.rtv Dresses, Ready-made Underclothing, Wedding Outfits, Bany Linen, Gloves, Perfumery, Fancy Articles. THE LARGEST, MOST VARIED AND CHEAPEST STOCK IN PARIS. MIlIilNEHY AND PBBggMAKlltG. Dressmaking. A cause of complaint at tho present time is extrava gance in ladies' wearing apparel. What It costs now to dress a lady of fashioti would have supported an ei.tlre family r few years ago. Messrs. LORD A TAYLOR, to firove that a retrenchment Is possible, hare so arranged heir Dressmaking Department that economy In material and trliiunln t is particularly studied in every detail, and they arc now furnishing Dresses at a much less price than the cost of imported garments, while for style, fit, appearance ami MMril make up they are every way equal to the finest Parisian manufacture. LORD A TAYLOR, Broadway and Twentieth street. attention paid toord^' reM?n?^ pricea Pa^cSf.1? M Wtnplocntf .ircpV pf>,'nT'f AVRffrE vfVr gPBINO STYLES.? NOW OPEN. EDWARD A. MORRISON*, 837 and 829 Broadway, bchvecu Twelfth and Thirteenth nreet*. have open to-day Bonnet* flnd Round Hat*, Milliner/ Co.kI*, Fringed Yell* i Mourning and Normandy Cap*, new Dren Trimniln-'*, Lace*. Ac. ; Children'* Wardrobes, Bii?k*U. Ac. ; new oxydlied Button*. YACHW, BTKAM1QAW, &C. BEI.I.A -FOR HALE. YACHT REI.I.A AND equip ment*. consisting of one racing and one working Suit and two lets of Spar*. Till* yacht Is the lactent of her Nize In the country. Address PETER Dl'RYBA, Port Richmond, s. i. FOR SALK? a CABIN SLOOP YACHT; IS ABOUT 4 2 (ret III length over all; l? lotind, tn*t and in good order ; Iron work I* all galvanized. *nd deck trimming* are ot mahogany; *teer* with ft wheel. For further par ticular* addrcuxW. L. SWAN, SI Pine street For salb cheap-a nearly new sidkwhefl Steamer. 27 ton* burden. A. O. LORD, 31 Broadway, ? or J. D. GALLUP, Agnv am, Maaa. INSTRUCTION. AT THOMPSON'S COLLEGE, 20 FOURTH AVENl'B, oppo*lto Cooper Institute.? Bookkeeping, Writing. Arlthmetii' and i.hiiuuhkcj. Day ond evening. Ladies' department?' Telegraphy taught practically, with ln?tru menta. Demand for operator*. AT PAINE'H COLLEGES, 1,282 BROADWAY, JCNC tlon Sixth n venue; down town, ftl Bowirr? Young men (inailfled lor hutim** -.grown up person* ofdeflcleut education rapidly advanced ; private Instruction. "IIJANTED? A TUTOR TO GIVE LESSONS TO A TV youth of 18 year*, in Engllah *ltidle* and Latin; preference given to one who ha* h*d an LngiUh or Scotch i duration Heply, with reference*, to D. W. , bo* 8.WS Post office, New York. ?WTAifmurri. There is no louis qcatorze d? dnonesense abont DE FL\NN'S dilapidated chop Shop, the I "Shakuprare," HTVI Broadway It* convex ceiling, It* I ravishing rureldt* and ll<|Ulrtcuriosltte* can bo viewed | aud partaken of by prooerlv introduced oartiot, 0 KCROPKAX STEAMSHIPS. NLY DIRECT LINE TO FRANCE. fiSS? - s*?sr?ffft5es VI (. lk 'ruf H AV^RK ' s'li m'Ant .Saturday, April 3 PMCBfTI w,Hc) cc ?* S^sJiaKiTi ??_OROE MACKENZIE. Agent. M Broadway. I rjCNARD LINE. v The British And North American v??l- v ?? ?*.*" "to*mshlp?, between ork #,,J LFrom^L'w Wk at Cork l"lrbor* ALOK!RlAU' w*''r iPri! - ^AEABRIA.. April 19 ?iMWsra 5^" April 9 JAVA... W>d. Anril M i? "K?..?" " *"?' 2S5' 4ffi S'Uv pAHtjEVOERS PER STEAMSHIP ABYSSINIA EM VTORTII GERMAN LLOYD STEAMSHIP rnvpmv Th. , F0" "OUTHAMPrON AND BREMEN ?s&i? picr' ???* da^AprU | Weh?b- Captain W. Viin?cr<Kl. on Satur RATES OF PASSAGE^ TgM LONDON, HAVRE AND nrnffi1" ln g0l<1, or lto ?<lulv",ent In currency. Second Cabin Stneraao u'" " I-'or freight or pnasugc apply to ?" OELRICH A CO., Agentt, ? No. ' Howling flreen. inman line. a For Queonatown and Liverpool Rovnl v>n fol|o^r steamer* CITY OF BRISTOL Th,'Ur(?Ry' ^"11 "? CITY OF HKOOKI vv {hiiwday, April 10. J P. M, CITY OK WASHINlirJiv ^Pr" lz. * P. M. CITY OF ANTWERP ?*"rs<l?y. April 17. 0 A. M. 432s gsSS ? CoC?%^,fte%roaBdT.rvM bU8lnCM a"P" ?' t"e For Steerage Passage, at 33 llr'oadway. Will'ikm^.?^ rV h Market street, Chicago; _Willlam Inman, Liverpool, and No. 9 Run Scribe. Paris. A NCHOR LINE? ~~ ?. mmmeanHfaS.'?l:"r00U Steerage passage, ?30, currency. HENDERSON BROTHERS, Agont*, No. 7 Bowling Oreen. A NCH??^i fINE TBXPRE8H STEAMERS " ?U8TAL!l,,fTerip2?Ua?SLElf^V?eW 1?$' A AKGLIA Bat. April ft EURO PA " Sat ' .iiiSfi i? [^tssaa TyiUTE 8TAR LInIb! " " * ?EE5Mm tu^L1~Ix> i"Pn' r ' Ko1'' ? steerage, $90 in currency ?p.war?x?^rfA??K Mnaa ax?? Drafts irom ?1 upwards. sm;.????!#* ??? Bills oi lading ksucd to Continental purls II. H PARKS, Agent. U"iS?Sffi?5i,f TO QUEENS NEVADA every Wednesday. wvoM^br? :::::: V'!2- ??a. ?. r . . From nler w North River Prl 3 I>' M' Pa?*c ti ptf; Currencjr w?^fTsVed2D A? ainJr?^m P-ri^ilamburg. Nor Francc and Oorm?ny at lowe'^ratel 1 Apply ^ ^II'LIAMS A_qUION,PiS Sroadway. THE HAMBURG-AMERICAN PACKET roupivvio Iron mat: ?tcuimli in rA^nnr COMPANY'S Captain Vo?, wlllp jy\on ^Thnr?Iay, April 3. ftt taking Piwnien from New York London First Cabin, $120^ ,IPrbo"r? ?nd Hamburg. KUNHH?i $ *c? LBn,Rl^^^ln' l72< tl%ZWA^ York ?SFr ^ _Tl.e HOLSATIAwlll wil AnriMO. ftew Rational line of steamers " ~ ,l!7ff3nt,r,w: TO QUEEN STOWN AND LIVERPOOL. CANADA wZhSfr *Tt 44 *nV7 Vor,h River ^ FRA NCE,' Thomson SmH}rti"y' 'lprl1 s- 10 A- M SPAIN ( race a.*.t0^d"r" APr" ?. ??? ?' M. ITALY Grbri April "? "l 1(1 A M. Greece, ilma;::.:::::;:S^^3a;?'? r *? HOLr AVn n, pOR LONDON DlRlfc?*'3 *1 10 A M HOLLAND. B^ ^ ,.VA t.t2I. M ? "00 at W Through tickets to all parts of ei hope ixsued by COOK. SON A JENKINS. 3 W Broadway. New York, General Excursion and Tourift Manager'' and Publishers of "Cook's Excursionist'' (monthly price 10 cents), a journal of Information trn allclswcs oi European travellers, showing by their nutnerons arrjngenienn grcitly reduced nitosand many tacllities. Tickets i**uo<l for any lino of steamers. Remittances to enoland and Ireland. Drafts for ?1 and upward* und Passaee Tickets, by steamship and sallintr packet, i^ued a' the lowest ntw bylAPSCoTr broth BBS A CO.. ** Soutn rtnti ITNITED STATES PASSPORT BUREAU.? AMERICAN J citizei'.i requiring Passports will apply to THOMAS SADLER, ^Commissioner, No. 8 Broud street, Now York. COAMTWIMK KTKAMHIIIP^. PACIFIC NAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S Lilt" to CALM OBKIA, JAPAN AND CUINA, via Panama, carrying malls, pauengtrt anil freight to A<.pinwall, Panama, Santa Martha, Urevtown and I'arifl : coast of Mexico, Central America, Peru and Chile. April 5, l?73? Steamer BISINO STAR, Captain 3. P. Oriftiii. will leave pier 42 North River, At li o'clock noon, for Asplnwall direct, connet ting at Panama with the steamer CONSTITUTION, t'aptaln Morse, touching at Acapulco, MaiManlllo, Mazatlan, and also connecting tor alt Central American and South Pacific ports. Depart are i of 10th and 20th of month conuoct with tfl? company's steonifr touching at San Benito. Tonata, Sallna t'ruz and Port An^cl. Steamer ALASKA will l<*ave San Fran<-i?eo April I. 1873. for Ja nan and China. For rate i of pimaije. treivlit and all further information apply at company's office on the pier, foot of Canal street ? __ . I'. R. BABY, Agent. Special Not' :e ? Postponement of sailing ?Steamer RISING STAR nillleav- pier 4 1 North River, at 12 o'clock noon, Saturday, April 5, ls73. Steamer OCRAJf Ql KEN will follow, aul ?ail Saturday, April 19, IH7S. ^ FK. BABY, Agent. f OR NASSAU. A Steamer t'lTY OF MERIDA will sail for Havana, via Nassau, on Thursday. April 3, from pier No. 3 Kortta River, at 3 P. M. Freight or pasta** apply to * t" a i. ex an PRE k Boyg, 38 Broadway. FOR NEW ORLEANS DIRF.CT. MliRCII ANTS' STEAMSHIP LIVE, ftoia pier No. R Nonh River, at 3 o'clock P. M. GENERAL MEADK, on SATl'RDAY, April 5. Freights received dally. Through rates given for St Louis. Vlcksburg, Mobile, Galvest/in and Indlnnola. For freight or passage (having superior accommoda tions) apply to FREDERIC BAKER, :?> Broadway. ITtoR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT.? THE STEAMER P CITY OF DALLAS. Captain Jones, will leave pier 21 East River, April!, at 4 P. M. Freight rocelyed daily. Through rates given to Galveston, Iiidtanola, Bockport or Aranras wlisrf, Brazos Santiago and St Loul^. Cabin parage, $10; steerage, $25. for freight or passage apply to ,C. H. MALLoRY A CO.. 1S3 MaUen lane. COASTWISE STKA MSII IPS. FOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT. The Cromwell steamship Lino. The steamship GEORGE WASHINGTON, Captain W. 8. Quick, will leave pier No. 9 North River on Saturday. April 5 at 3 P. M. Freights received daily. Through rates given to Galveston, Indianola, Rockfort or Aranias wharf, Hru/os, Santiago and St. Louis. Cabin passage. $S0: steerage, #28. For freight or pa? sage apply to CLARK A SEAMAN, HO Went street. TEXAS LINE OF GALVESTON STEAMERS, TOUCH Ing at Key West, earring the United st it* * mall. The steamer CITY OF HOUSTON, Captain Cole, Is now receiving freight at pier 2U Eut River, and will sail Sat? urday, Aprils. Through bilU of lading given to Houston, either bv >he O. H. and U. K. II. or by the Houston Direct .N'a\ Igailon Company, and to all points on the Galveston, llvi-too and Henderson and B. B. and 0. Railroad. No charge lor forwarding in Sew York. For freight or passage apply in 0. H. MaLloky A CO.. 183 Maiden lane, or W. P. CLYDE A CO., 119 Wall street. J^-EW YORK AXD HAVANA DIRECT MAIL LINE. These first class steamships will sail every Tuesday at 3 P. M. . from pier 13 North River (foot of Cedar street), for Havana direct, as follows :? Steamship MORRO CASTLE Tuesday, April 8 Steamship CRESCENT CITY Tuesday, April 1.1 Steamship WILMINGTON Tuesday, April 22 For freight or passage (having magnificent accommoda. tions) apply to WILLIAM P. CLYDE A CO., 119 Wall street. P. M'KBLLBB. Agent In Havnnn. C COLUMBIAN MAIL STEAM PACKET LINE, FOB ) Matauzas and l!nvann, carrying the United States mail. ? Tlio first class Sldewheel steamship SANTIAGO HE CUBA, Captain J. W. Reynolds, will sail iVom pier No. 4 North River on Tuesday, April IS, at S P.M. For freight or passage apply to 0. L. OUILLEAU.ME A CO., Agents, 14 Broadway. UNITED STATES MAIL TO HAVANA AND MEXICO, HAVANA, PROGBEBO AND VERA CRUZ. New York and Mexican Mall Steamship Line, leaving pier No. 3 North Itlver, at 3 I*. M. ISVKRY THURSDAY. CITY OK MERIDA (Havana via Nassau) April 8 CITY OF MEXICO (Havana and Mexico) April 10 CITY OK HAVANA (Havana only) April 17 CITY OK MERIDA (Havana only) April M CLBOPaTRIA (llnvnna and Mexico) May I For freight or passage apply to F. ALEXANDRE A RONS, 33 Broadway. NEW YORK AND BERMUDA STEAMSHIP LINE, For Hamilton and St. George, Bermuda. Tho steamship ALBEMARLE, Read, nm-tor, will be despatched, troin pter 37 North River, Oil Thnrsilav, April 10, at 3 o'clock l>. M. For treiglit or parage (having cle gant accommodations, apply to LUNT B ROTHERS^M South street U>OR NORFOLK, CITY POINT AND RICHMOND.? J? The Old Dominion Steamship Company will despatch Irom pier 3<" North ltiver their elegant sldewheel stcam sulp OLD DOMINION, Walker, commander, lor Norfolk, City Point and Richmond, on Tuesday, April 1, at 3 P. M . giving through bills of tailing to all points South ami Southwest. Through passenger tickets issued to all points. Accommodations unequalled. Apply nt pier 37, ?r at tho general office, 187 Greenwich street, corner of Dey, TRAVELLERS' IJIJIUK. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. Trains leave New York, from foot of Doslirosses aud Cortlandt streets, as follows:? Express (or Harrisburg, Pittsburg, the West and South, with Pullman Palace Cars attached, at 9:30 A. M. ; 5, 7 and 8 JO P. M. Sunday, 5, 7 and 8 :30 P. M. For Baltimore, Washington and the South at 9 A. M. ; V and 9 P. M. Sunday, 9 P. M. Express for Philadelphia, 8. 9, 9 :30 A. M. ; 12:30, 1,4, 8, 9, 8 :80, 9 P. M. and 12 night. Sunday, fi, 8 :? and 9 P. M. For Philadelphia, via Kensliiglon. at 7 A. M. and 2 P. M. Emigrant and second class, 7:18 P. M. For Newark at 6, 6 ;:10, 7, 7 :40. ? :10, 9. 10, 11, 11 :40 A. M., II, 1.2,2 JO, 3,3:20, 3:40. 4:10, 4:30, 8:10, 5:20, 8 JO, 8:8t\ 6, 6 :10, 6 :30, 7. 7 :30. 8 :10. &, 10, il JO, 12 P. 1 L Sunday, 8 JO, #, 8. 10. 9 P. M. For kllsabeth. 8, 6 :30, 7, 7 :H, 8. 8 :10, 9, 10, 11, 11 :40 A. M., 12 M.. 12 JO, 1. 2, 2:30, 3, 3:20, 3:40. 4, 4:10, 4:30, 8:20, 8:30, 6 :80, (I, 6 :10. 6 :30, 7 JO, 8:10, 10, 11 JO, 12 P. M. Sunday , 8 :20, ? and 8 :10 P.M. Fer Rahwav, 6, 1) :30. 7, 8 :10. 9 :30 and 10 A. M.. 12 M., 1. 2, 2 JO, 3, 3 :?), 3 :40, 4 :10. 4 JO, 8 :20, 8 :30. 8 JO, 6, fi :30. 7 :S), 8 10 P. M. and 12 night. Sunday, 8:20 and ? P. M. For Woodbridge and Perth Aniboy, 8 and 10 A. .V., 2 JH 3:40,4:30 and 8:80 P. M. For Slew Brunswick, 7.IOA.M, 12 M., 1, 2. J, 4 :10, 8 M, 9, 9 P. M. and 12 night! Sunday, 8 und 9 P. M. For East Millstone, 7 A. M.. 12 noon, 4:10 and 8;20 P. M. For Limbortville and Flemlngton, 9 A. M and 2 P.M. For Phillpsburg iin>l Belvidere, 2 and 4 P. M. Accommodation for Bordentown, Burlington and Cam den, 7 and 9 :30 A. M.. 12 JOl 2, 3, S: 40, 4 and ? P. M. For Freehold, 7, 8 A. M? 2 and 14 P. M. For Jamesburg, Pemberton, Camden,# A. M.,3:40 P. IE. I rains arrive as follows:? From PUtsburf, 8:50 A. M., I P. M., onllv, 10:14 A. M. and 8 Jt P. M., daily except Monday. From Washington and Baltimore, 6:40 A. M., 4 :M, 10 :12 P. M. Sunday, 8 :40 A. M. From Philadelphia, 8 :21, # :80, 10 :14, 11 :0i, 11 J4 A. M? 2 -.14, 3 :M, 6 ?4, 8 :43 P. M. Sunday, 8 :21, 6 JO, 11 :0I A.M. ? ? . Ticket offices, 828, 438, 271 and 914 Broadway; No. I Astor House and loot of Desbrosses and Certlandt street#. Emigrant Ticket office, No. * Battery Place. A. J. Cass att, D. M. BOYD. J*., General Manager. General Passenger Agent > BVHINEStt OPPORipiTIKS. A N 1 21 COMB OF ABOUT $10,000 A YEAR TO BB( iV disposed of to any gentleman gfvinjr prompt serviced and investing $3,0"0 in a desirable and old-established business of high ruputo. Address GOOD INCOME, Ileralj Uptewu Branch office. ____________ A? CAPrTAI. SECURED FOR INCORPORATED ? companies, manufacturers, m?rchants; person* desiring Investments Informed; desirable oppertanltles. References, Presidents, Merchants', Fourth National ana Mercantile Banks. CHARLES G. DAHLOREN Jt QO., 112 Broadway. A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY FOR A OENTLEMAM with about SOjOUO to purchase an Interest In the manufacture of Ruining*. Ruchings and the Trimming Business In general; well established and prospects first class. Address J. T. W., HSand 37 Wooster street, N. Y. AOOOD OPPORTUNITY IS OFFERED TO A YOUNO man with rapacity and capital to go into a well established business. Address A. M. C., box 140 Herald office. . ADDITIONAL CAPITAL PROCURED for merchants, manufacturer* and others, mining prop erty, Ac., negotiated, persons with capital seeking btud nis? advised of approved opportunities. Rctcreuces:? hli-diu CroweU A Co., shipping. No. 8 Coenties slip; D. H. Lawreuce, Esq., hats ami caps, 820 Broadway ; other leading houses, ana our numerous client", city and else where. GRIGGS, CARLETON A CO., Financial and Bimlnesg Agents, W Broadway. A SMALL HOTEL IN CITY WANTS A COMPETENT, resuenslble manager having capital and not fearing work ; can secure an interest. Address nOT EL, giving name and references. Herald Uptown Hranch office. AYOUNO LADY (AOE 21) WOULD LIKE TO MAKB tho acquaintance ot a gentlemnn of means, willing to assist her in starting a light business; none but earnest 3 to assist her in starting a iigli I - .... parties answer. Address Miss AGNES H? Herald Up town Branch office. RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR PARTIES RF.QUIRINCI __ first class business.? For sale, or exchange for city Properly, one of the finest and best located I.ager Beer, Wine arid I.tuuor Establishments In the city, with splen did Milliard Hall anl Restaurant attached Responsi ble parties only. Apply to S. FREIDENRIC1I A CO., 996 and 9W Third avenue. ______________ A MANUFACTURING CONFECTIONERY FOR SALE? On best tnorouffhtare in tho city; business ha* doubled within the last vear. Apply in person. ELLIS A CO.. 48 Broad street. A PARTNER WANTED? IN A LIGHT, CASH MANIJ. J\. factoring business, with good chance for any active young man ; suiaII expense*, without risk. MOODY .t CO., 183 Broadway. BAN KING BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE WITH MOD ern improvements for sale In a thriving Western town: owner will remain on salary to ai-qu.iint purchaser with depositors; a gi><*i chance for any one preferring a country business; price $10,000; New York references. Apply to GRIGGS, CARLETON A CO , >S Broadway. Double privileges purchased now mu>t show a satisfactory profit within thirty davs, as the sto''k market shows already tfr^it signs of activity. Tele graph. write or call on LAI SLEY A BAZLEY, Brokers, 47 Exchange place. 1? A YOUNG GENTLEMAN WITH ?I0, 000 CASH AND , a trade ol S60.000 decires to connect himself with an e-tabllshed produce commission or wholesale grocery house, in so-nl standing only. Apply to GRIGGS, CARLE. TON A CO., 98 Broadway. _______ IiraVELLI'ngIn EUROPE? PLEASURE and Busi ness Combined. Any gentleman advancing #2,000 for 90 (jays msv ,-liore In permanent income rxc.eedlns #2.V?iO. A Cuban, speaking Entdish or French, preferred. Address, with references, FIRST STEAMER, Herald office. rpo PRINTERS OR PUBLISHERS.? WANTED, BY A 1 gentleinan of business experience and energy, who tan intlnence a good trade, an Interest In a printing or publishing business: can Invest a small amount ofeapl (nl and devote hi" '.vhole tlino to the business. Address W. B., fox 140 Flerald officc. A "AH 'ABLE INVENTION FOR SALE? OR PARTIES \ with capital to manufacture, can be seen in om-ra tlon. Call on or address G. II RYER, 122 Sullivan street -PARTNER WANTED, IN A SAFE CASH IJi,'" " "? business, that will ttay #2),000 per annum. Interview and particulars at 1,30(1 Atlantic avenue, Brook lyn, from 10 till 3 o'clock. <t> I AAA TO 000.? PARTIES INTERESTED TO JItiVvo Invest In an old estnbli?!ied reliable man ufacturing business, under liberal conditions, will ad? dress real name to K R., box 1AI llerald office. A - AAA CASH IN BRUSH MANUFACTURE? (TO.OUO And sales $10,000 to #20,000 net yearly prof its, with flourishing established trade: no adventurers wanted ; half interest SARIN, IH2 Fulton street WAUTED? ' TO DEVELOP A VALUABEB ?35m,"'"" patent machine for dressing granite, slate, iiii<rble. Ac., for which hall' interest will lie given ; speci mens ot work can be seen; orders now on hand; or would arrange for the manufacturing ot same on royalty. Address box zt9 Jersey City Post office^ (jSO AAA -AN ARTICLE IN THE II VRDWARB tjJOiUvU, trade can be monopolized for thl* amount: success certain. Call In pcrsou on ELLIS A CO., 4S Broad street. ifcl A AAA -yearly inbomb from $io,i?), used ^Plwivv'', and controlled by nartv finding tho money, and the lime of the party "not wanted. Address B . box MB Herald office, stating where can be seen any day, south of Chambers street, inm t to - o'cioeto. <fc1Q AAA ?FIRST CLASS HOTEL FOR SALE. ? LO.UUl/. doing an Al business, Huininer and Winter ; within 13 miles ot New York. ELMS ,t CO., M Broad street. pom OFFICE B OTICE, _ _ POST OFFICE NOTICE. . .. The Mails for Europe during the week endluf ??nir dav, April 8, will close at this office on VWdaesday at 9 A. M., on Thursday at II A. M., and on Saturilnv at II an.l li, ' 7 T. u lV:tW4?I?r.

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