Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 5, 1873, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 5, 1873 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. WHOLE NO. 13,376. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1873.-TR1PLE SHEET. mMTOU v?ft IHEKt m imiiHtimm-WMW Pab?? Fourth, Mb and sixth ASThTiLOOY-hnoii* Pa?- Fifth tohuna. BILLIARDS? Ninth F aob? First coluui?. ?OARBRR8 WANTED? Eibvehth Paue? Sixth column. BOAUD AND LODOINO WANTED ? Eleventh Paob? Sixth column. ?BOOELVN HEAL ESTATE FOB 8 ALB NOCW Fab? Socond column. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES? ELBvajrrB PAfiB? Fifth CSloflUB. ?0NNE8S NonoBS? rnmmtm Pa??-Flfth and sixth WgAHd AND TOBACCO? Wiw Pams-Thlr^ colnnn. ?R? REAL ESTATE FOB 8 ALB ? Bacon D pAOE-First and second colomas. CLERK H AND HALKbMEN? Eimum F AOS? Third and fourth columns. _ CLOTH I NO? Second Pa? Fifth colnmn. MA011MI N AND GARDENERS? Bebtbwtb Paob Fourth column. OOA8TW18E KTEAMSHIP8? Fias* Paob? 8lxth column. OOFABTh B RSH iP8? Kishth Paob? nfUTcolumn. ?OINTRY BOARD? Blbvmitb Paob? Sixth column. BANC1NO ACADB1HE8 ? Niirra Paob? Fifth column. WENTISTRY? Ninth Paob? First column. MT GOODS? Fibst Paob? Sixth column. _ DWELLING HOUSES TO LET, FURNISHED AND UN FURNISHED? Twaurrn Paus? Third, fourth and fifth eotamna 8VBOPEAN STEAMSHIPS? Fian PAOB-FMlh and sixth (uIquqka. BBROPE? Ninth Paob? Fourth column. FINANCIAL? Eiorn Pace? Filth column. FOR BALK? Sbcohd Paob? Sixth column. VUBNI8HBD BOOBS ABD APARTMENTS TO ?LET? Tvtun Paob? Fifth ooluma. PVRN1TURK ? Elbtentb Paob? Fifth column. VBBNOH ADVERTISEMENTS ? Eleventh Pacx? Filth ?BLP0lWANTED? FBMALBS? Bwma Page? Second and third columns. HBLP wanted? MALES? Bumorra Pass-Fourth col umn. WOB8E8, OARBIAOB8, AC.? Pun FAon-Third, fourth and filth calumna HOTELS? Eleventh Paob? Sixth column. MOUSES, ROOMS, AC., WANTED? Twelfth Paob? Sixth INSTRUCTION? Sbtond Paob? Sixth column. JERSEY CITT, HOBOKBN, HUDSON CI TV AND REB ORN REAL ESTATB FOB SALE? SWONB Pagb? ' Third column. TUBE SEASON? Ninth Paob? Fifth column. >AL NOTICES? Niirru Paob? First column. IN oyn^KB? Stcn'.p Pass? glxih cotomn. W iHTC Toff N Ci-Fiaa* f au?? Fliiit column. ? BUINERY ? Sacoao Paca-Sixth column. WABBLE MANTELS ? Eleventh Paob? Fifth colnmn. SlSjNlSR^AND11 drebsmak m^^Fuurr Paob? Sixth MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS? TxatH Paob? MISCELLANEOUS? Ninth Paob? First column. WHSICAL? Ninth Paob? 81xth column. MBW PUBLICATIONS? Seventh Paon? Sixth colnmn. PBBSONAL? Fiaa* Paob? First column. _ pianofortes, o ROAMS, AC.? Ninth Paob? Fourth column. POST OFFICE NOTICE? Ninth Pagb? First colnmn. PROPOSALS? Ninth 1'aox? second and third columns. PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALES? Eleventh Paob? Second column. nOFERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR 8ALE OR TO BENT? Sxcoxn Pacb? Third, fourth and fifth col ttmiia. BE 4,1) jgsTAJB TO BXCHAN QE? Second PAoa^iflU RBAL?KSTATE WANTED? Second Pad*? Flttta column. BELIOIOU8 NOTICES? Twelfth Pacb? Sixth aoluuin. REWARDS? Finer Page? First and second columns. SALES AT AUCTION? Tvelith Paox? First and seeond columns. SITUATIONS WANTED? FEMALES? Eleventh Page? First Bad second columns. SITUATIONS WANTED? MALES? Eleventh Paob? Third colnmn. SPECIAL NOT1CR8? First Paob? Second and third col umns. SPORTINO? DOOS, BIRDS, *0.? First Paox?1 Third col ?KB Mm i IMEH RESORTS? Eleventh Paob? Sixth colnmn. THE TRADES ? Eleventh Paob? Fourth and tilth col umns. ' THE TURF? First Paob? Third column. TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES?1 Twelfth Paob? Seeond and third columns. VtAVELLEBS' GUIDE? Fibst Paob? Sixth column. BFURN ISHKD ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LBT? Twblith Pack? Fifth and Sixth columns. WANTED TO PURCHASE ? Elsvbntb Pacs-Sixth col umn. WB8TC II ESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOB SALE OB TO LET ? Second Paob? Seeond and third columns. TAOETS, STEAMBOATS, AC.? Ninth Pace? Fifth col umn. HERALD BWAVCH OFFICF-tPTOWS. DVERTLfilHiENTtr^O R THJE NE^TyOREHERALD CEITED AT THE BRANCH OFFICE, 1.ICB BROADWAY, WKST SIDE, BETWEEN TIIIRTY-FIRST AND THIRTY. SECOND STREETS. ADVERTISEMENTS ARE RECEIVED FROM 8 A. M. 1IXL (P.M. ON WEEE DAYS (SUNDAYS, 2 TILL 9 P. ?.). AT OFFICE BATES. NO EXTRA CHARGE OF ANT BIND. PAJttl S AGENCY OF THE NEW YORK HERALD. JE8SB8. EREMER A CO., AMERICAN REGISTER, I AVE BEEN APPOINTED PARIS AOENTS FOB THE MBW TORE HERALD. TIIEY WILL SUPPLY DEAL SBS WITH COPIES OF THE HERALD, AND ALSO SWiOLB NUMBERS OF THIS PAPER TO PARTIES REQUIRING THEM. FEKSHU Ali. Aft-WHO LEFT PITTSBURG. MUST WRITE TO ? his friend, or will be adverted. WILLIE, Talegraoher, New York. A MALE INFANT, ? MONTHS OLD, FOR ADOPTION? American parentage , full surrender to a desirable party. Address O. H. R., Herald office. BROADWAY CAR TO CANAL STREET, 12 O'CLOCK Friday.? Will the lady in black velvet suit please ?ddress C. D. L.. Herald omce T B" ROOELYN" ^jADY, WHO WALKED DOWN WALL street, Thursday, at 6 P. M., gray dress, black sacque array ret), WM noticed by a very oi<l frieud In stage. ressSKCKECY, ilerald office. TYAVID? SAW L, (l. N. MANIFESTED OREAT 8YM XJ pathy. Ha will settle all. Comeback. nARRY. INFORMATION- WANTED? OP k!< IDOET QCINN OR JL Patrick Quiun. natives of the town of Euvarsh, county Oalway jsumiosed to be In Prairie du Chlen, Wisconsin. Address THOMAS QUINN, So nth Morgan font office, N.J. r~f FORMATION WANTED-OF HANS nURUP, OF Chrlstlansend, snppospd to be in the city ol New York. Addrcw his nephew, IIAN3 CLUSEN, care John Nolan, Wo. t Charles street. New York. F MR. A. J. MORISON, OF TENNE8SEB. WILL CALL at 46 West Twelfth street, he may hear of R>methlug Ms advantage. I JLOYD.? WHY TnB DISAP POINTMENT 7 P. M J Wednesday? Write new address, LADY, Hcruld ptown Branch office. LITTLE MON KEY-MEET ~ME MONDAY, INSTEAD of Wednesday, as I bare to go out of town. *T OVE AT FIRST 810 HT. BARNUM 8 MUBEUlf MJ Disappointed In not yetting In Friday's paper. Make appointment Immediately, send note to hotel. LAWRENCB. Mamib-intbnd having a NicE~TiM5T~15i78 afternoon at the Argyle matinee; usual spot on !0ny. BLUE RCARF. J. P.. TWENTY-THIRD STREET* BTAOF., PRI " ps 2 P. M.? I want lo see yon. Won 't you write ow I can t Direct to No, 10 ? . . d's* say bo PRBTTV LITTLE OIRL WANTED-ABOCT EIOHT years of age, for adoption : happy home, with every ?eaafort Rend photograph and particulars to M. E. R., BUratd Uptown Branch office. THKOTO-AGAIN LETTER RECEIVED TOO LATE ; make one more appointment. E8AI'. ?why Din Tor mFsr" getting February lVt tersf Have important nows lor yon. Write me at L.OST AKI> FOt'tfD. SANE BOOK NO. 13,014 ON NORTH RIVER HAVINGS Bank. Finder win receive tluinks of the owner by vina it at the bank, corner Eighth avenue and Thirty, fbvrth street. Found adrift, off robinr' reef lioht house, a Yawl; owner can have it by proving prop erty and parinv expanses. MICHAEL noran, ll South street, New York. Eobt-in broadway or joTin~hiheet, a small Oil Painting representing a Fall scene. A suitable ?award will be given at the office of the German Ameri can Insurance Company. 119 Broadway. Lost? a black and t a s slut, f oMF.wn e re in Great Jones street SIS reward will he paid to any ?n? returning It to 141 Eighth street J. MAURICE. H'-A SMALL BLACK AND TAN~ DOO~ WTTH A ather collar marked "H. W. Herrlck," or "W. H. k." Tho finder will be patd $10 by returning It to nee street, eorner Wooster street, or 141 Greene ?treet Miss BELLA ARMSTRONG. E08T-0N OR NEAR UoRTLANDT STREET, A brown silk Umbrella. The finder will bo liberally re wanted by leaving It at No. ft Bond street OST? APRIL 4, A GOLD CMATN AND BLUE 1 Locket In Broadway ear to Flfty-thlrd strct t and to th avenue and down In Eighth avenue ear to Thirty ath street. Suitable reward on returning the same to S West Thirty-alath street OST? APRIL 4, AT~uTir, IN A FOURTH AVENl'E * on Broadway, a f ilk rmbrelln, with gold E n, on nroMway, a til* l mbrelln, witn jroia ...... raoiKwrmn J.J.i Inscription, 'Mild son .larvls, am W. T, Walker, M. D." A liberal reward will lie paid ??itaraturn to JUDsON .fARVIfi. Sheriff's office. T 0?T? TUESDAY AFTERNOON, OW~ THE~ROAD, A MJ lady's Wet<-h and Chain ; K. D. W. engraved on out. aide of case and "From Louise to Kate" on Inside. The Ander will be liberally rewarded by leaving it ai 219 Rait Flfty-areond utrret. LIIWIS S. WasDRlL. SfosT? 8 M A LL, Win TE 1 DESK, CONTAINING PA PE R9 MJ of Accounta: lostoft trunk goln* troin Sixth avenue arid Seventeenth street to Ninth avenue and Thirtieth ?re?t. A literal rewnrd will Le paid for Its recovery at ? West seventeenth street REWAII1M). REWARD.? LOST, FROM 17 WERT FORTY "V. ?l*hth afreet, a very small white female Poodle, Answering to the name ot Xazo. Any one returning her ?hall receive abovo rrward. ' 9 Z BK W A R D.-LOHT, ON OR ABOUT~M ARCH ? * Gold Lever Watch. made by Cooper. No. 4,410 LlltfE r^fr.dJrlU P?"' no 'ui*tw?ns o*ked by KB8 P. NOLAN W oudbluc Uotcl. corucr a* Thlrteiiitn ?fcaat and Sixth avaim* ?to ANY FEB ???taken from ?/afternoon; no HJtWARPB. 1 d[Rn BEWABD FOB TUB BRUSH OF TUB BOMB v?'y m4 rktKo> ukM ma (It* ??n? J&JSffgS.' 78 Centre street. ., . d>l fU\ KBWABB WILL Bl GIVEN TO V 1 v7U sou returning Bon of black Imn handcart In Duauo (treat on Wednesday afternoon ; no questions ^U4. Apply at >1 Howard street, from 2 to 4 4(1 nn BEWABD.? LOST OB STOLEN, OFF AN EX 4)1UU ma wagon, Thursday evening, a canvass oovered sole leather Trunk, ooatalalag goatUasau's wearing apparel and papers only valuable to the owner j the name or W. B. Lawrence Is painted on Ike canvass. Whoever will return the same or give Information that will lead to ItB recovery , wttlt contents, will receive tho above reward and no questions asked ; MO will be paid ror^UM^covery^of tka^papers contained In it Apply to d?OA|\ BBWARD.-TRB ABOVE BEWABD WILL be paid for the return of the follow lug proper ty, taken from premises Madison avenue and Be ventjr tourth street, and no qubatlona r? 1 Gold Hunter's. Case Lever Watch, Ho, M?i T. F. Cooper nutker, LomIod ; 1 Silver Hunter's Caw, marked on ouUida ?>. F. Russell, Boston : 1 Oold Bnnter'a Case Lady's Watch, Logto, Bourquin et Ilia, manufacturers ?. 1 do. Lo^y'? Watch, cold, with Chain, with small scissors attached. Bo. 8S.S1 D, T. Maenin, maker ; 1 Lady's Gold Bin*, with seal shaped garnet, marked A. J. B., inside: 1 Lady s Oold Claa* Bin*. J. C. O. monogram, marked 6. RR. inside ; 1 Cold Cutfpln ; 8 Breastpins, ACAMPBhLL, [_ corner First avenue and Fifty-fourth street. SFEOIAlJHmCB^H published k ?THE AMERICAN REGISTER, A . The most widely circulated of tha American Journals publish la Biitom. A capital medium ror American advertisers addressing themselves to SuroptAQ pAtrOOA|6, Indispensable to all persons visiting Great Britain and the European Continent Babeerfptlons and adTertlssments for the AMERICAN BEGHTEB will be received and single copies or the paper may be obtained at the offlee of the New York Herald, New York. A ?LAST CALL TODAY NETEB. The trustees and management announce the THIRD GRAND GIFT CONGEST, to be given under authority of special legislative act, lu aid of the Public Library of Kentucky, at Library Hall, Louisville, X y., positively on Tuesday, April 8, 1873. Sales of tickets were ctoAd _at all agencies throughout the country on April 1? the New York and Louisville offices only being kept open to close out the balance of tickets on hand, together With any that were returned from outside agencies. SaleTil both these points will bf closed simultaneously on Saturday night, and a special messenger will leave tho New York offloe to be present at the Concert and report by telegraph the principal gifts as they are drawn from the wheel. Full official lists of the drawing will be ready tor general distribu tion three or four days later. Remember that this is the last opportunity, and buyers who have been putting off until this moment are notified that they must move lively now if they desire to participate In the drawing or avoid paying speculator* an advanced price for tickets en Mon day. Information is respectfully given that the gentle men of wauTstrekt mast HURRY UP now If thev wish to get In? those who b ave been delaying until the closing hoar. An immense business will neces sarily hare to be transacted during the day. and buyers Se respectfully requested not to occnpy tbe time by ask K questions. Fall particulars of the whole scheme can round on the large oircalar, which is free to all. No further opportunity can be given tor the selection of par ticular numbers, but every one must now be content with such aa are on hand, and take them as they run. Those who apply flrst will get what are left, as long as they last, and offices will be kept open until 11 P. X. All nam here go In the name wheel, and one has as good a chance as another. This Is tbe Isst show that can be given pat rons who wish to share in the *508,000 CURRENCY to be distributed by lot among the ticket holdersi The unparalleled success that has attended the sale of tickets for this Concert at the New York office is deeply appre ciated, and every facility possible will be extended to patrons. Please remember, whea you come to buy to day, that orders for pools of 1100 and upwards will be filled at the flrst desk a* you enter; whole tickets, in small lots, at the necond counter, and half ana quarter tickets at tbe last counter. Mail, express and telegraph orders will be filled In the exact order tbey are received, and remittances returned to those that arrive too late. This is the list or 10,000 cash Gilts, to be distributed by lot among the tloket holders.-? One grand gin, cash $100,000 One grand gift, oa<h 1 60,000 One gra od gilt, cash 20,000 One grand cash gift 20,000 One grand cash gilt 10,000 One grand cash gift 8.000 24 cash gifts of fLOOO each 24.000 AO cash gifts of $800 each 25.000 AO cash gifts or Jiol each 82,1)0.) 100 cash gifts of $300 each 80 000 ISO cash girts of $200 each SO.oufl 890 cash gifts of Jino oach 69,tJ00 9,000 cash gifts of $10 each (0,000 Total, 10,000 gifts. aU cash - gsooimo Hon. ex-Governor TIIOS. B. BRAMLETTE, or Kentucky, has charge of the business of tbe Concert for Trustees. l'?0,000 tlcxets? 10,000 gifts? chance* one in ten. New York sales are made a special deposit with the Fourth National Bank of New York. Buvers do not necessarily have to be present at the drawins, as an official list is furnished esch one. and gilts due ticket holders at a distance can be collected through any bank or express company the same as a draft or check is collected. Make hasto. Bend money by Poet office order, it rail, registered letter or express, prepaid. Tickets $10: Halves, $.">; quarters. $2 60. For tickets, fbil programme, information and all par ticulars, apply to the General Asesej Supply. THOMAS H. HAYS i CO., 6u0 Broadway. New York. A-ITERALD BRANCH OFFICE, BROOKLYN ? i true of Fulton avenue and Boeruni street Open from 8 A. M. to 9 P. M. On funday from S to 9 P.M. A LARUE ASSORTMENT OF BOOTS. SHOES, Trunks and Valises at the Orcat hamily Shoe Em porium, 3S0 Bowery, corner Bond street, selling at 20 per cent beiow Broadway prices. W. I>. BIOKLOW. EOBBRT IRWIN. ADARIES (PRICES REDUCED), SOLE AGENT OF ? Roval Havana Lottery, 888 Broadway; box 4,809 Post office. New York. Dealers supplied. Circulars mailed free. A? PRIVATE STABLE ON THIRTY-EIGHTH ? street, near Seventh svenue. with fireproof box stalls, to rent, from May 1. Apply to J. BOM AIM E RBOWN, 1,283 Broadway. A -HAVANA LOTTERY.? PRIZES CASHED AND ? information tarnished. Circulars free. JOSEPH BATES k CO.. 71 Broadway, room SI. flrst floor. A -PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY l $10*000 FOR A.% $lii; distribution of gifts will take place April 8; Whole Ticketa, $10; Halvei-M; quarters, $2 Ml JOSEFII BATES, 198 Broadway, room 4. A -OFFICE OF THE KENTUCKY LIBRARY GIFT ? Conecrt for sale of Ticketa, by J. T. EDGE, 18 Broad street, hew York. J^R. 8. 8. FITCH, SR., of 714 Broadway, was Injured by a railroad aecidsnt which occurred be tween Salem and Cambridge, New Yerk, on Saturday, March 2$ _ Some oot-of-town papers having stated that bis tnjirles ware fetal, we desire them to deny the statement, as he Is rapidly Improving and out of an danger. Drs. SAM DEL 8. FITCH * SON. 714 Broadway, New York. C TREAT 8 A UK r of _ Diamonds, Watches and fine Jewelry. As I am a boat retiring from the Jeweliy burinesi I ofler mv large stock o( Goods, for tbe next 18 days, to the public and trade generally below cost. JOHN CUAM BERLIN, 716 Broadway, under New York Hotel. Gold ano silver and articles containing gold bought at market prteee; Polishing, Filter ana Photograph Papers burnel and smelted by Refiner BCHAWEL, 2S John street /2J.RAVEL AND BROKEN STONE OF EVERY DE Y serlption, suitable ror roads and concrete work, cheap for cash. Address CONTRACTOR, box 144 Hersld office. Havana lottery-extraordinary drawing 2*1 April. German State Lotteries. Circulars mailed free KUHLMANN A co? Bankers, 86 Nassau street ; box S,IW6 Post office. H8. DANXIOER'S NEW PATENT FLT AND M08 . q into Destroyer ana Shot, Indian Insect Powder and Invincible Magnetic Paste for the destruction or all kinds of vermin. 72 White street, corner Broadway. TN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATR OF BOWLES I Bros. A Co., In bankruptcy. -The list of creditors tiled In natd case Iwinu incomplete, all creditors who have not been represented In Court are requested to communi cate Immediately with the sa?tg oee in Boston, and state their address and the nature and amount of their claims, la order that the toll amount of Indebtedness may be as certained as early as poeslblo HENRY J. STEVENS. Aaalrnea, 19 foart street, Boston. New York creditors ean lesra tbe necessary fsets by epplvlng to RANFORD, ROBINSON $ WOODRUFF, CounaelTors-st-Law. log Broadway. New Jork. Kentucky state lottkrirb.-$i,ooo,ooo is drawn dally ; 12K pe* cent commission allowed. For Information apply to H. NATHAN. No. 4 Ollssy Building, Corilandt street; branch office, 613 Broad way. gl-KClAL. ?OWCEI. /vfticb obthbT board or jpnlB*ACT oTjrjni U City ud County ot New York. University Buildlag, ro~* teSSsz*' pW Tha Board of Pharmacy wlU be la nrtiB for examin ation and ragktrationon the 7th, 8th and 91 h of April, be tw?w the bonraoU and ? P. lliUo on tha flrtt Mon day*, Tuesdays and Wednesdays of June, iaciut, October una December. Jfc )PMratary Hill be In tha offlce tor registration oa the find and third Monday* of each month, between S aad 4 e'^ock. F. IL~ WMUam D.. Pra&nl: Fill BalnlT, win Ham Manlius Smith, M. D. ; Theobald Frohwein, Francis H- WeUmann, M. P., Secretary. /"l*FICIAL drawings U KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERIER imtciT- mii cuii ?a 2?0? atml ?, 1878. CO, Tl, IS, 7, 8U. 71, 70. 64, 18, 4, n, 1 ?mtccxt? class KO. aw? Arai l 4, 1871 WTI.IT CCLLAGK? *XT?A C LAIS SO. 1W? irtlL 4, 1871 64, 71. 23, 13, ?I, 5, 9, 47, 19, 64, 13, 73. JIWI COlliW-CtlH HO. 100? ATI1L 4. 1873. CL||T* Royal saxon government lottery at leip do, Germany ; 05,000 tickets ; 47,500 prise* ; Brunswick Governme nt Lottery ; Hamburg City Government Lot tery ; Royal Havana Lottery. Prizes caahed and informa tion given. TllBODOR Z8CHOCH, 118 Nassau street; box 8,088 Post offlce. "ROYAL HAVANA LOT! ERY.-PRIZES CASHED -OR. Taid iorVanW; P^Hulhc.,Bn,to,,ed J hl#te* TAYLOR A CO.. Barkers. IB Wall ttreet, Sew York. SOYAL HAVANA LOTTBRY.? CIRCULARS AND IN i formation furnished. R. ORTEGA, No. # Wall (treat x 1,846 Poet offlce. r EXTRAOR I ?d of April, - Bankers, 10 Wall stroet Poat officc box 4,888. New York. ORC BROADWAY, >86.? WB OFFBR FOR SALE Lit 'U the finest aelcctlon of now and exotic Plants, just recelqed from Enropc by the last steamer, to which wa Royal Havana lottery .-the next dinary Drawing will tale place on tbe ! 1878. J. B. MARTINEZ A CO., Bankers, 10 ' respectfully call the attention of ladies and gentlemen of New York. N. B.? Gardens laid out in every style with out charge to the parties pnrohasing plants froth us. J. AOCHETTE A CO. Kflfl AAA 0ARH OlFTS? LAST DAY-UPTOWN Ol/U.l/UU office Public Library of Kentucky movea temporarily to first floor and entranoe first door us stairs. Tickets on hand sold up to the 8th instant W. Ll DAVIS, Agent, 945 and 047 Broadway, between 23d and 38dsu. &?QO KQQ 18 DRAWN DAILY IN THE LEOAL tpUOU.fJOU tied Kentucky Lottery ; Royal Havana and Kentucky circular* free; 1% cents commission al lowed. Address BALBY * GO. (office established 30 years), 174 Broadway. ^ , ** tpORTISCUDOQB. BIRDS, AC. ~ A? FOR SALE. ALL KINDS OF FANCY DOGS, . Birds, Ac.; Medicines for all disease*, Prepared Food for mocking birds, at B. 0. DOVE VS. No. 8 Greene street, near Canal. For salb-a magnificent double barrel breech-loading pin-fire Duck Onn, Fab* maker, Lon don ; only used twice ; coat $309, will be sold lor (200 cash, including gun box. cleauing apparatusand 200 Cartridge*. Address F. H. DANIELS, oare of John 8Usby, 40 New street. New York. tpb H ^HALL'S half Vile 'driving park, on coney Island road, for sale, on easy terms. Inquire of R. W. ADAMS A PP., 116 Wall street N RATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE PROMOTION of the interests of the American Trotting Tort Sec retary's office. Providence, R. L, April 2, 1879. A special meetlns of tbe Board of Appeals will be held at the Everett Houne, New Tork dqr, on Friday, April 11, 1873, at 9 o'clock A. M. By order of the PreaMent, D. F. Long street, Secretary. Parties having any business or com munication on which the action of the Board la desired at this meeting will please address the undersigned Im mediately at Providence. D. F. LONGSTREBT, D. F. Lonoarmtw, Secretary. Treasurer. PMROSFBCT PARK FAIR GROUND ASSOCIATION.? To let, Ika Pool Selling A>r the year 1878 ; also, to let, the Restaurant nndar the Grand Stand for the year 1873. Sealed proposals for each separately will be received un til AprilS, at the offlce of tbe Association. Pulton corner of Boerum street, Brooklyn. Tbe Association reserve the right to reject any or all proposals. By order of the Ex ecutive Committee. GBO. W. OAKLBY, Superintendent rLBT-FLEETWOOD PARK CLUB HOUSE AND hitching privilege of grounds. Apply at tbe bark or 112 Wall street W. H. VANOOTT, Superintendent HORSES CARRIAGES, AC. A' T BARKER A CHASE'S CITY AUCTION MAJRT AND N. Y. TATTERS ALLS, CORKER OF BROADWAY AND 89TH STREET, Ma or CHARLES W. BARKER, Auctioneer, regular sales 01, carriages, Ac., EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATUtiDAY. Twenty-lour hours allowed for trial on every horse sold under warrantee. The only auction mart In tbe State baviift the proper facilities for showing horses on sale? via., a large driving room, entirely under cover. CATALOGUE OF HALE THIS DAY, AT 12 O'CLOCK. One of the most elegant and fastest pair of closely matched brown Geldings offered at public aale In tome time; full brothers: both sired by Fearnanght dam by Ethan Allen ; are LV? high, 6 and 7 years old ; very game aad extra stylish drivers; can beat 3:40 to the pole and were never handled for st>eed ; are gaited and aet alike ; have elecant appearance and attract much attention ; are well known on the Boeton roada as tbe Raker team, and are warranted sound and kind. The celebrated and very speedy roan trotting gelding Spot, sired by Ethan Allen, ft)* high. 6 years old, a very prompt and easy driver ; In condition can trot close to 1:30; is positively one of the fastest road horaea in New York, and ia sound and kind. Also fine double Harness, Dutch Collars, made by Stowell. ol Boston. tingle Harness, made by Crossman. Blankets, Rebca, Whips, Ac. The above the property ol a private gentleman, who sails for Europe on Wednesday next. One elegant % seat Road Wagon, built by Wood Bros. To nay advances; two fine city made top Road Wskous, one line no top Pony Pbaetoa aad one flue three aprlng Express Wagon. Extra fine and aneedy dun Trotting Mare, sired by Cassius M. Clay, and is halt sister to ueneral McClellan, 15V blgh, 8 years old. prompt, free and gamy driver, ran trot In 2:30 sure and has bad no training, is afraid of nothing, can be driven by a lady, is warranted sound and kind. Fast bay Trotting Mare, bred In Vermont W? high, 10 years old; fine, prompt driver; has a record better than 3 40; can beat 3 :S0 to-day, and is warranted kind. Fine, handsome bay Gelding, 18>. high. 6 rear* old : free and pleasant driver; fine under aaddle ; sharp traveller, and warrunied kind. Four sets light single Harness, sold to pa v ad vance*. Lot ol Lap Holies, Side Saddles, Horse Clothing, Whips, Halters, Ac. Marshal's sale.? By order of Daniel A. Murphy, Mar shal, one gray Truck Horse. Seven top and no-top Road Wagon*. Depot Express snd Bnslucss Wagons. To p?y storage? Oae fine top Wagon, built by Brewster A Co., of Broome street ; In perfect order. Also several other Horses. Full description at sale. Bales never postponed on account ot weather. A ?BROKE OCT IN A NBW PLACE. , Removal. Owing to tbe rapid Increase of our business, we have been obliged to desert the old stand, 58 Liberty street and are now opening, at No. 8 tHiRTLANDT 8TREET, near Broad tvay, one of tbe largest handsomest and be?t assortment* of light Carrlairas and Harness ever offered In this market ARCH. JOHNSTON, No. 8 Cortlandt street A LLEN B. MINER, AUCTIONEER. A SALESROOMS ? CHAMBERS STREET. ITORSB AUCTION mart at new vork males AND STORAGE RBFOSITOBV. FOURTH AVKKUE, CORNER TWENTT-Fimi HTREFT. CARRIAGES AND HORSES ALWAYS ON HAND AT PRIVATE SALE RICHARD McCUlXoUGII, PROPRIETOR, ALLEN B. MINER i BRO..AUCTIONKEK8. Sales of Horses, Carriage*, Ac .Thuriwlav of each weok. Entries of article* for auctlui e.-.n bo made kt reporttdft as above, or salesrooms of auctioneers. A THE "BREWSTER WAOON." hi all weight*, for plennurc driving or speeding, exquisite)* finished. and embracing in their construction the various im provement# iuiiodueed by u* daring the past 1& years, making them the Standard for Quality throughontlhe United Plate*. These wagons are exclusively the production ofonr well-known BrooRM street factory, and arc offered In Stock in all respect* equal in quality lo those built to ihc order of the most valued customer, and at prtcea uniform to ail. In order that we may net be confounded with a toint ftock company of carriage dealers w ho have adopted a firm name similar to our own. sad impudently claim the reputation we have made (or the "hrewfter Wagon," we beg the public will remrmter that oar only wareroom* are at the corner of K?ith avenue and Fonrteenth street, and our only Fuctorv on ltroomc street. BREWSTER k CO., ot Itroome street. At THE HORSE AND CARRJAOB auction mart OF WILLIAM VAN TAHBKLL, (SUCCESSOR TO JOHNSTON A VAN TASSELL), at the old stand, lio, 112 and 114 Hast Thirteenth street, THE ENTIRE ESTABLISHMENT OF A PRIVATE ftRNTLBMAN. HORSES.? ELEGANT TEAM BLACK HOKSRS, LONG manes and talis, IS hands hivh, 7 and H vears old, kind and true In all hemes?, free from vice or trick; well matched, high bred, very "tvitsh and handsome; both good uaaer saddle; fear nothing, and warranted sound: also, set One HARNFHK OOLD MOUNTED* and TEA C ART.? TEA Cart, but little uaed, built by Browser A Oo. TROTTING HOR8K- BAY TROTTING IIORSE, SIRED, bv Rymtyke's Hambletonian. dam a thoronghbred Mare ; is 16 hands high, 8 years old, Kind and true in all heme**, free from vice or trick; a superior raodkter; can trotany dsv lo the pole in?ide 2 .40, and is warranted te trot a mile in I -.150 or uo sai? ; a free and pleasant driver and fears nothing. The ahovi- property will be at private sale until Tues day. April ft, when, it not disposed of, will be sold at auc tion to the highest bidder. Can be seen at the Mart until time of sate. ARMV WAOONS, FARM CARTS, BLANKETS, Tents, McClellan Paddles. Mule Collars, Harness, Canvas Rubber Waterprool Wagon l!ori?e Covers, Feed bags, Army Clothing. W. A. CARTER, M Cortland t street, near Greenwich. ^ ArowSk"* 'hiity-?igi)(h Arifc t?adu?r.;, firoadwa^ 72} HOR8K&. CARKUOBB, *C. WVWWWW^^'' IVW?V'<'^W'VVV*^,'^lVVWVW> T. DBMABB8T A CO., ? BROADWAY. We offer a large tad elegant aaaortment o t flue Carriages ne Otrritm . , of ear own manufacture, comprising oar popular six-seat family Rockaways, U sty lea ; Coupe Rockaways, 8 styles; Landaus, 5 style* ; Coupes, 8 styles ; elegant Land an lets, 6 sixes and styles; beautiful new style T Carts and Tus^h out Beata Work first class In every respect ? Prices reasonable and popular with buyers. M

One hundred Pony Phaetons at very low prices. M AceWTINDAnoi* o/FITiPiiin Mt AUCTIOJf. rfwaSlff'1 ? w.s?<.?T.e:! %Br!.Ssa?i !??SK " spring' 'f single tensils Itt j 1 top Wauoii, 1 open Wagon. 1 extension l'ark Phaeton 1 half-top Park Phaeton, 1 Pony Phaeton, 1 side-spring contractor's Wagon, 8 retsof double Harness, 4 sets of sinsl Harness, fine stable and dress Blankets, stablt Utensils fie. T OUR FACTORY, 1,404 BROADWAY, ABOVE , Thirty-ninth street, are the following second-hand a t riages Six-seat Phaeton, Conpe. Barouche, Brougham, Pony Phaeton, Coupelette, Victoria, cheap. Ton Wagon. BRADLEY, PRAY fi CO., 883 Broadway. M-TWBNTY SECOND HAND TOP AND OPEN WAG obs, from Ut up ; ten Rockaways, (Tom filQO up ; top and open Pony Phaetons, (torn ttM up ; two Sulkies ana one Skeleton, by Pray .three top end open Express Wag- 1 ona, one light Curtain Coach, by Brewster; ene six seat Coope HoAawaw one slide seat Harness all and 22 Wooster street. uy rruy : inree top inu open express nog Surtain Coach, by Brewster; one six seat ray, one two seat Phaeton, by Brewster; wagon, one J agger; single and double I kinds, fic., at WII.LlASr H. GRAY'S, 20 Ahorse for sale?* years, sound and kind ; Iron gray ; 18 hands; will exchange for Furni ture. S. C. SMITH, 202 Wllflam street. A T PRIVATE SALE? VERY STYLISH AMD BEAUTI il JJUly matched pair of Membrlno Mares, Aill ulsters, 7 and 8 years, 15.3 hlgn , good steppers and gentle In single or double harness. For particulars Inquire for one week at 838 Broadway, or of THOMAS, at 18 West TUrteenth street, where they can be seen. A PRIVATE STABLE TO LET-GOOD SIZE, WITH every convenience. Apply at 110 West Forty-sev enth atroet, A SECOND HAND OABRIOLBT? PRIME CONDI tion, at a very low price; an extensive assortment Of new Carriages at low prices and warranted. J. COLYKB fi CO., SOS aadW6 Broadway. Atop poky phaeton. ?ao; opbn do., us; top Wagon, f40; Gig, fiW; Farm Wagon and Cart, 5 Rockaways. IS ton and open Wagons, 10 top and open Pony Phaetons, s depot wagons, A business Wagons, single and double Harness, Whips, Ac. At 1,430 Broad - --f, KM>^-flrstnreet,., ? r A -CLARENCE FOR SALE-MADE BY BREW- -A. ? star fi Co., of Broome street, for $2,800; is as good al new; owner going abroad and ran.ubo (old. J. B. BREWSTER fi CO., 148 East Twenty-fifth street. A TEAM OF ELEGANT HORSES, BLOODED, OVER 18.2; young, sound aad kind ; also Carriage-, Harness, fie., very cheap, toi;otber or singly. Address HOTSPUR, box 104 Herald office. A -SEVEN HOR8E8 FOR SALE, FIT FOR ALL ? purposes: warranted sound and kind; at low prices. 87 and 89 Weostci street Must be sold. A PAIR OF PONY BUILT HORBE8, WILL WBIOH 2,500 pounds, sold separate or together, young and sound; three single Horses; black Mare, ean trot In three minutes; top Pony Phaeton, Harness, fic.; several top and open Road Wagons, six-seat Westchester Rockaway, all to bA sold cheap, at M Grove street, near Bleeckcr. Barouche for salb? a private c spring Barouche, built by Loos fi Williams, good as new; has been used only a lew times. Can be seen at 14 For syth street, N. Y. Clarence, in oooo order. TWO BAROUCHES, BUILT BY WOOD BROS. BOSTON GIG.N EARLY NEW. Two-wheeled Dog Cart, built by Brewster t Baldwin. Elegant extension top Phaetons. Top Pony Phaeton*, on C springs. No top rnaetona, in great variety. Roukawaya and Depot Wagon*. Express and light Business Wagons. Fitly Top Wagons. Doable and single Harness, Blankets, Robes, Ac. At private sale? prices lower than at any bouse in the city. Call and examine at the HORSE AND CARRIAGE MART OP WILLIAM VAN TASSELL, successor to Johnston A Van Tausnll, at the ol.l stand, 110, III, 114 East Thirteenth street. /"IARRIAGES, HARNESS AND HORSES. SIDE BAR \J top Wagons, Road Wagons, Pony Phaetons, one light Coach, by Brewster: 10 top and no top Depot Wagoas, two 6-aeai Pheatons, three top and three ao top Bxpress Wagons, single and double Uarneas of all kinds, one ele gant Side Saddle. N. Y. BALES AND STORAGE REPOSITORY. FOURTH AY., CORNER TWENTY-FIFTH ST. /CARRIAGES? SLIGHTLY DAMAGED; GREAT BAR. V ' gains; Carriages, new aad second hand, of every de scription, at low prices ; now Is the time to purchase, be fore trade commenoea. MANUh ACTUUERtf UNION, 638 Broadway. SARRIAGES SPECIALTY. -7? TOP BUGGIES; ALSO Rookawaya, Victorias, Phaetons, four aad two seated, rarest in the city ; near Grand street aad Bowery, ltd aud IIS Eldridge street DAY A RON. CARRIAGES.? A LOT OF SECOND HAND TOP Wagons, light Road Wagon*, Doctors' Wagons, Derby Dog Cart, Ac., at R. M. STIVERS' Manufactory, 144 to IK! East Thirty -first street Depot wagons and roceaways, in large variety of styles, for one and two horses ; also a large ai^ortment ot Pony Phaetons, top and open, with ana without rutnbles, BRADLEY, PRAY * CO., 5S8 Broadway. Eight horses for farm and city use-prom $90 to $180; one flno truck horse; atso a fast trotter cheap. 18S South Filth avenue, near Grand street. For bale (a gentleman ooing to europei T Cart, fine coupe Horse, 16% high, and Harness. No. B East Tenth street, near Fifth avenue. For sale? a bkett carriage, six seat, madi<; by Lawrence ; in good order; with linen slip; price $300. Apply at TEANEY'S stables, 57 West Forty-fourth street For sale? good oval glass hearse, one glass panel Coach, two top Buggies, one open Coach and good Team of Horses, cheap for cash. 120 Tenth street, or corner of North Third and Fourth streets, Wil liamsburg. R SALE.? THREE GOOD HOR8E8, 19 HANDS high, will be sold cheap at 840 West Forty -second st F? Fir sale? a pair of carriage horses, first clsss. and one of whieh is a superb coupe Horse. Ap ply at stable 143 West Seventeenth street For sale? *1,000? finb bay road mare, 7 veers, 14% hands; sound, kind, even, aqnare: Inside 3 minutes, loose rein; fine pole mare. LAMB'S stable. Fifty -eighth street, corner Madison avenue, or J. C. ROOK KB A CO., 60 Wall street. For salb? bashaw ROAD MARE, IS HANDS; warranted. 807 Wooster street, rear. For salb-two second qand claruncbs, lined la brown cleth, hi good order, made by Loos A Wllllami; also one light C spring Barouche, nearly new, same maker, and one very light six-Mat I'liaeton, by R. M. Stivers, verv stvllsh. A. S. A K. ODELL, W4 and <B6 Lexington avenue, near 07th street For sale? a handbomb pair op rat horses, 7 and 8 yean old: 16.3 high; warranted perfectly sound and kind in single or double harness and without fault Alto Clarence, In good order; Park Phaeton, Har ness, Blankets, Ac. Can be seen at stable No. 18 West Thirteenth street. For sale-a fine saddle horse, 14% hands high, 8 years old ; perfectly gentle and well trained, and warranted sound ; suitable for ladv or gentleman. Apply to J. STRIDE, Langan's stable, 144 West Thirty ninth street For salb-thb most eleoant saddle horse in New York, bay, 16 hands 3 inches, 6 years old; bred In Kentucky ; goes Ave different gaita; I" sound and kind : a fair trial will be given Can be seen at Fleetwood Slables. 106 West Fortieth street, near HxUi a venae. For sale-a grat mare, u% hands high, trots in 1 ?0: new top Wagon and Harness at half their value. Call at 366 Clinton street, Brooklyn. For sale? a lot of oood work horses, just from the country, from 6 to 8 years eld; suitable for all purpose*: to be sold cheap. Apply at 176 Meroer st For sale-light and heavy business Wagr.ns; also Wagons built to order of all descrip tions. KEABLE8, THORP A CO., 164 Mulberry street For salb-a oood sound horse, 16 hands high, 7 years old, fit foi sold cheap. Apply from li WILSEYT1, 223 Court street F high, 7 years old, fit for truck or cart use ; will be from 12 to 6 o'clock to-day, at A. OR SALB? CBRAP, FOR WANT OP USB, A BOUND Horse. 219 Spring street lOR SALE OH BAP? AN OPEN COACH AND A Clarence, at COLYKR'S stable, Love lane, Brooklyn. Lx>r hals at a _ Seventh ave\? Stf Harness.? thr cheapest harness store in New York: good double Truck Harness, $*>;good single Boggy Harnesa, hand made, $17; a go.xl utabie Blanket, $210; the largest assortment ot Cart Harness in the city. Please call and examine for yourselves. R. S. OhbokNE, Uarness Warerooms, 43 Murrar street HARNE8B.-HOR8E EQUIPMENTS; IMMENSE 8UC cess; Spring trade in rail bln*t; overrun with custom ers; a few more lett;nowls the appointed time : rusti in or be too lata at MOBBMArf'S Ever Glorious Warerootns, 114 Chambers street. Harness.? second hand harness, hbavy and light Coach Harness; also light double Har ness; all In good order. Can bo seen at M. A. COLE MAN'S Saddler Store. 1,2U Broadway. BARNRSS. SADDLE^ BRIDLES, WHIPS, AC.. HELL, tag off eneap before moving. kDUAR s. NICHOLS, College place, near turner Murray street HORRBS.-A GENTLEMAN GOING ABROAD WOULD like to dispose of a pair of fine Carriage Horses; can be examined at nrivata stahinM Lmagten avenue. . HORjBCl, CARH1AOBS, AC. Hor8*8 TAKEN TO BoIrdTmIY^ ,l>0<3 hY JOHN H. TWEDDLB, Mont! city* B. IMPORTANT TO FARMERS? FOB 8 ALB, A. VALU J. able soand Marc In foal, seventeen hands; $180; half ftV^S^0^0' C*n*dUa- ** TT MANUFAOTU BBRS' UNION REPOSITORY, 6M Broadway.? Carriages, Harness, Urged assortment ever offered, at most reasonable price*. All styles of aay c?m&u!^"'' T>RIVATE STABLE? TIIB OWNER AND OCCUPANT X of a Srst class private (table in We?t Thirty-second street, having more room than wanted, would take a pair of hordes and carriages lit of Majr. Address U. K. W., Herald oWoe. COUPS. . several r_ ety I'ony Phaetons, Road'Wagons and" other otn Spring stylos of Carrlagaa. MANUFACTURERS' UNION, MS Broadway. g TABLE TO LET? 90S Baat Fortieth rtree t WANTED? A STYLISH HOR8B. ABOUT lfl HANDS high, must be gentle and a good traveller ; alto a Clarence and Top Bags/, with HaraeieM; If raited will give certificate of stock for their value in a good paying company, and aaarantee that not lees than 10 per cent per annum dividend will be paid. Address FOSTER, box WANTED? A PRIVATE RTARLE NEAR THIRTT fourth street and Lexington avenue. Addrea* E. S. P., Herald ofllce. d>^A WILL BUY IMPORTED ALDBRNET BULL, full-blooded ; 8 years old. Apply at stable 21 East Twenty-seventh street, from 8 A. M. to 8 P. M. 1>QQ BROADWAY.? CARRIAO BP, HARNESS. CAR ITJOO riages, new and second hand, most complete assortment ever offered, comprising every description of iaaHMBriHMMjiiidjlMBHnlBMkr prices. ? Broadway. ever offered, comprising every MOTipM Family Carriages and Light wagons, at popular prices. ^^^^MANUFACTURKRS' UNION, EUROPEAN BTBAMIHin. ORTH GERMAN LLOYD STEAMSHIP COMPANY. ^MFOR SOUTHAMPTON AND BREMEN. Will (All The steamship AMERICA, Captain R. on Wednesday, April U, 9 P. v., from Bremen pier, toot Third street, HoboKeti, to be followed by Steamship WESER, Captain W. W 11 lire rod, on Satur day April ? RATES OF PA68AOB TO LONDON, HAVRB AND BREMEN, payable In gold, or its equivalent In cnrroncy. First Cabin ;...$19? Second Cabin 71 Steerage M For freight or passage apply to bBLRICH k CO., Agenta, . - No. 8 Bowling drecn. A.NSteame? sail from pier 90 North River. New York, WEDNESDAY, AND SATOiOJAY. COLUMBIA . Wed., April IS INDIA Sat., April 26 ALEX ANDBIA. Wed., Ap. 10 AUSTRALIA... Sat., May S ISMAILIA Wed., May 7 EVERY ANQLTA Sat, April B OLYMPIA.... Wed., April 9 EUROPA Sat. April It TRINACRIA.Wed., April 16 CALIFORNIA. Sat, April 10 . The passenger accommodations on steamers of this line are unsurpassed for elegance and comfort. Cabin state rooms are all ou upper deck, thus securing good light and ventilation. RATES OF PASSAOB TO GLASGOW. LIVERPPOOL OR LONDONDERRY. Saturday steamers. Wednesday steamers. Gold. Currency. Cabins $75 and $05 ?75 and |o5 Cabin return tickets, securing beat accommodations $199 $190 STEERAGE, $80, CURRENCY. Tickets for passage to or f rom any seaport or railway station In Great Britain, Ireland or the Continent lasued * DRAFTS "for ANY AMOUNT AT CURRENT RATES. Company's offices. No. 7 Bowling Green, New York. HENDERSON BROTHERS, Agents THE HAMBURG-AMERICAN PACKET COMPANY'S Iron mail steamship lioLSATIA, Captain A. Barends, will sail on Thuraday, April 10, at 9 P. M., for Hamburg, taking paaeengers from New York to Plymouth, London, Cherbourg and Hamburg. Pint Cabin, $190. Second Cabin, $71 Steerage, 930. payable in United suites gold. KUNHARDtYcO., C. B. RICHARD A BOAS, General Agents, General Passenger Agents, 81 Broadway. New York. 61 Broadway, New York. The SILESIA will sail April 17. CUNARD LINE. Ttie Brltl'h and North American Royal Mail Steamships. between New York and Liverpool, c filling at Cork harbor. From New Torli. ALGERIA...- Wed.. April 9 "JAVA Wed.. April2 ?RUSSIA Wed.. April IS PARTI! I A Bat. April 36 CALABRIA... Sat... April 1? "CUBA Wed., Anl. ? And every following Wednesday ana Saturday from New York. Steamer* marked thua * do not carry iteer 'Ol^- CaMn, ?80, a 100 and $190, gold, ac cording to accommodation. Ticket* to Pari*, tlS, goM, additional. Return ticket* on favorable term*. Mteer age, $??, currency. steerage tickeu from Liverpool and Qucenstown, aid all part* of Europe, at lowest rate*. For freight and cabin passage apply at the Company's office, No. 4 Bowling (Jreen ; for steerage passage, at 111 Broadway. TrinHyW^ q FRANCKLYN.Agent Or to P. H. DUVERNKT, corner or Clark and Randolph streets, Chicago, _?ll. INMAN LINK. For Qneenstown and Liverpool. Royal Mail Steamers are appointed to sail as follows CITY OF MONTREAL Sanday, April ?, noon. CITY OF BRISTOL Thursday, April H>. il P. M. CITY OF BROOKLYN Saturday, April 11,1 P. M. CITY OF WASHINGTON Thursday, April IT. 9 A. M. CITY OF ANTWERP Saturday, April It, 9 A. M. CITY OF BALTIMORE Thursday, April M, 2 P. M. and each succeeding Saturday aud Thursday, from Pier 46 North River. BATES OF VA 38AOE. Cab'.n, $"W and $100, gold, according to accommoda tion. Round trip tickets at low rate". Steerage, to Liverpool, Qneenstown. Glasgow. London derry, London, Bristol or Cardiff, $30. Prepaid Certif icates, $32, currency. Passengers also forwarded to Havre, Hamburg. Sweden. Norway, Denmark nnd Paris at reduced rates. Drafts issued at lowest rates. For Cabin Passage and general business apply at the Company's Office, 18 Broadway. For Steerage Passage, at S3 Broadway. JOHN O. DALE, Agent; or to O'Donnell A Faulk, 40J Chestnut street, Philadelphia; M. S. Creagli, UK State street, Boston ; F. C. Brown, 88 South Market street, Chicago'. William Inman, Liverpool, and No. B Rue Scribe, Pari*. Notice. The Inman steamer CITY OF MONTREAL will sail at 12 noon, on Sunday, 6th instant Passengers are re quested to be on board one hour before sailing. JOHN O. DALE, Agent, IS Broadway. XTATIONAL LINE OF BTEAMERS. 1\ Weekly to Queenstown and Liverpool ; fortnightly to London direct. TO QUEENS TOWN AND LIVERPOOL, from piers 44 and 47 North River. CANADA. Welmter Tuesday. April II, at t P. M. FRANCE, Thomson Saturday, April 12, atS P. M. BPAIN, Grace Saturday, April 19, at 10 A. M. ITALY, Grigs. Saturday, April 26, at S P. M. g.u?e. *o?yoi( toKioWterV7 *? " HOLLAND. *? ?? THE LARGEST IN THE TRADE. Cabin passage, $90 and $80, currency. Steerage, $29. currency. . _ Prepaid steerage ticket* from Liverpool, Qneemtown, Londonderry, Glasgow, Cardiff. Bristol or London, CHEAPER THAN BY ANY OTHER LINE. For further information apply at the company'* office, ?9 Broadway. F. w. J. HURMT, Manager. 0 NLY DIRECT LINE TO FRANCE. THE GENERAL TRANSATLANTIC COMPANY'S MAIL STEAMSHIPS BETWEEN NEW YORK AND HAVRE. CALLING AT BREST. Tho splendid vessel* on this favorite route for the Con tinent will tall from pier No. 90 North River, a* fol low* ST. LAURENT, Lemalre Saturday, Aprils VILLE DU HAVRE, Surmont Saturday, April 19 PUREIRE, Daure Saturday, Mayl PRICE OF PASSAGE IN OOLD Including wlne? TO BREST OB HAVRE. First Cabin, J12S; Second Cabin, $78. Excursion ticket* at reduced rales. These steamer* do not carry ateerage passengers. American traveller* going to or returning from the Continent of Europe, by trtlng this line, avoid both transit by English railway and the discomforts of creas ing rbe Channel, beside* laving time, trouble and ex peu*e. GEORGE MACKENZIE, Agent. M Broadway. UNITED STATES MAIL LINE.? STEAM TO QUEKNS town and LiverpooL _ ? Balling every Wed need ay. WYOMING, Price April ?, at 8 P. *. IDAHO, Morgan . , April 16, at S P. M. From pier 48 North Elver. Cabin passage , $80 gold steerage, $30 currency. Prroald tickets, $12 currency. Passengers hooked to and from Paris, Hamburg. Nor way and Sweden, Ac. Draft* on Ireland, England, France aud Germany at lowest rates. Apply to WILLIAMS * OUION. 29 Broadway. WHITE STAR LINE. FOR QUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL CARRYIKO THE UNITED BTATKS MAIL. New and fall-powered steamships. Bailing from New York on Saturdays, from Liverpool on Thursday*, calling at Cork Harbor each war. ADRIATIC Saturday, April 19, at 10:30 A. M. BALTIC Saturday. April ? ej IS P. M. CELTIC Saturday jiayS, at 0.30 A. M. OCEANIC. Saturday, May 10, at 10:39 A. M. -From the White Star dock, Pavonla ferry. Jersey City. Passenger accommodations lor all olasrt* unrivalled, combining salety, speed and comfort . . Saloons, stateroom*, smoking room and natnrooms in midship section, where least motion is felt Surgeon* and stewardess accompany the steamer. Rates-Saloon, $100. fold; steerage, $?> In currency Those wishing to send lor friends in the old country can now obtain steerage prepaid certificates, $31, cur "paJfieniter* booked to or (htm all parts ot America tq Parts, Hamburg, Norway, Sweden, India, Australia, Dralftafrem <1 upwards. For inspection of plan* and ?th?r information apply al the conipsnv's office, 19 Brondwav, New York. Bills or lading Issued to Continental porta. J. II. SPARKS, Agent Atlantic disaster.-passbnuers bt steam ars can relievo anxiety ot irlends at home by PAttSKNGKK CABLE TELEGRAMS. For $2 notice of arrival by steamer, stale of health ean be forwarded from loodnn, Liverpool, Hamburg, Bremen or Havre to any two addresses In New York. Tickets Ipr ssle at steamship offices, at Agenia'. on the ship* and by "iURVJUi A CO.. Telegraph Agents, 15 Wall street EUROPEAN 8TKAMBHIPH. Great wish tern " STEAMSHIP LIKE. NEW TORE TO BRISTOL, ENGLAND, DIRECT. Taking goods and passengers for London. Cardiff, New _port, Gloucester and all porta In Bristol Channel. The (teamen ot this lino will anil trom pier 18 East River aa follows:? UREAT WESTERN, Stamper Wednesday, April 29 ARAGON, Western Wednesday, May 17 Cabin passage $70, currency Steerage 90, currency Parties wlshlnir to send for their friend# can obtain prepaid certificate*. Drafts for ?1 and upwarda For freight or passage apply to E. E. MORGAN'S SOWS, 70 South street. New Tort. "REMITTANCES TO ENOLAND and IRELAND. - ir__Pt*rta for SI and upwards and Passage Tickets, by steamship and sailing packet, iasned at the lowest rates to * APSCOTT rfROTUKRd A CO., * Soutn stredt TB5_f*>"MOAR EMIGRANT COMPANY. NO 9 ROW. ^?8H.A-^ATTONAL LINB.-QUABAN. tine, Staten Island ; New York, Brooklyn, and Jersey Uckot" P'e??? write/Itelegraph Manila arrival and see passengers on board from pier H, TTWIT?P "TATK8 PASSPORT BUREAU.? AMERICAN JUeittoeiM requiring Passports win apply to THOMAS 8ADLBR, Coma 'blotter, No. 8 Broad street, New York. STNITED ST1TE8 PASSPORT BUREAU? OFFICIAL I Passports of the Department of State Issued by A. O. ILLM ARTH, United States Court Hoaee, 41 Chambers st. COABTWMB 8TBAJM8BIP8. P ACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S Line to CALIFORNIA, JAPAN AND OHHU, rla Panama, carrying malls, passengers and freight to Asplnwatl, Panama, Santa Martha, Grey town and Pacific coast of Mexico, Central America, Peru and Chile. April 8, 1979? Steamer RISING STAR. Capta*? X ft Illldretk. wiil leavo pier 42 North River, at U o'clock noon for Asp In wall direct, connecting at Panama with tha steamer CONSTITUTION, Captain Morse, touching at Acapuleo, Maazantllo, Mazatlan, and alko connecting lor nil Central American and South Pacific ports. Depart ures of 10th and 20th of each month conuoot with tha company's steamer touching at San Benito, Toaate. Sallna Crui and Port AngeL Steamer CHINA will leave San Francisco April I(L 1S73, for Japan and China. For rata* of passage, freight and all further Information apply at company's olfioa on the pier, foot of Canal street , R baby. Agent. Special Notice.? Postponement of sailing.? steamer RISING STAR will leave pier 4S North River, at It o'clock noon, Saturday, April 8, 1879. Steamer OCEAN QUEEN will follow, and sail Baturda^^ring, lOT.^ FOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT. MERCHANTS' STEAMSHIP LINE, from pier R * on SATURDAY. April A Freights received dally. Through rates given for 81 Louis, vlcksburg, Mobile, Galveston and Indlanola. For freight or passage (having superior accommoda tion*) apply to FREDERIC BAKER. 90 Broadway. FOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT. The Cromwell Steamship Line. The steamship georgb Washington, Captain H. B. Quick, will leave pier No. 9 North River on Saturday. April ft. at S P. M. Freights received dally. Through rates given to Galveston, Indlanola, Rockiort or Ar ansae wharf, Brazos, Santiago and St Louis. Cabin passage, $60; steerage, $18. For freight or pan sage apply to CLARK A SEAMAN, 88 West street POR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT.? THE 8TB AM BR METROPOLIS. Captain Nickeraon, will leave pier 21 East Elver, April 9. at 4 P. M. Freight received dally. Through rate* given to Galveston, Indlanola, Rockport er Aranzon wharf, Braros Santiago and St Louis. Cabin parage, $80; steerage, $25. for freighter p.,sye a^to^ 0Q m Ma|den ^ rpEXAS LINB ?FGALVRBTON gTEAMERS, TOWI now Sat 1 ing at Key West earring the Uoited States mall. The steamer CITY OK HOUSTON, Captain Cole, Is I receiving freight at pier V East Elver, and wiil sail I irday, April 8, Through bills ef lading given to Houston, either by the G. H. and H. R R. or by the Houston Direct Navigation Company, and to all points on the Galveston, Houston and Henderson and B. B. and C. Railroad. No charge lor forwarding in New fork. For freight or passage apply to C. If. MALLOKYA CO.. I5S Maiden laao, or ?' n A nn iiA tir.11 ' N V. It. MALiMJNi * liu.. i? stamen la W. P. CLYDE A CO.. lift -Wall street EW YORK AND HAVANA DIRECT MAIL LIMB. These lint class steamships win sail every Tuesday atS P. M , from pier 19 North River (fa ot of Cedar street), for Havana direct, aa follows:? Steamship MOREO CASTLE Tneeday, April B Steamship CRESCENT CITY Tuesday, April 18 Steamship WILMINGTON Tuesday, April 23 For freight or passage (having magnificent accommoda tions) apply to WILLIAM P. CLYDE A CO.. 119 Wall street D. M' KELLER. Agent in Havana. UNITED 8TATES MAIL TO HA YANA AND MEXICO HAVANA, i'ROGRESO AND VERA CRUZ. New York aad Mexican Mall Steamship Line, leaving pier No. 9 North Riven at 9 P. M. EVERY THURSDAY. CITY OF MEXICO (Havana and Mexico) April ID CITY OF HAVANA (Uavana only).... #prii IT CITY U F MER1DA (Uavana only) April It CLEOPATBIA (Havana and Mexico) .Mayl CITY OF HAVANA (Havana only) May 8 For freight or passage apply to F. ALEXANDRE A SONS, 99 Broadway. C COLUMBIAN MAIL STEAM PACKET LINE, FOB ) Matonzas and Havana, carrying the United States malL? The first class sldewheel steamship SANTIAGO I E CUBA, Captain J. W. Reynolds, will sail from pier No. 4 North River on Tuesday. April li at 9 P. M. For freight or passage apply to C. L. GUILLEAUME A CO., Agents, 14 Broadway. VfEW YORK AND BERMUDA STEAMSHIP LINB, i.1 For Hamilton and St. Oeorve, Bermuda. The steamship ALBKMARLE, Read, master, will be despatched, from Pier 97 North River, on Thursday, April 10. at .1 o'clock P. M. For freight er passage (having ele gant accommodations) anptv to LCNJP B BOTHERS, 28 8outh street FOR NORFOLK, CITY POINT AND RICHMOND. The Old Dominion steamship Company will despatch from pier 37 Nor tli River their elegant steamship Isaao Bell, Blakeinan, for Norfolk, City Point and Richmond, on Saturday. April 8, giving through bills of lading to all point* South and Southwest Through passenger tickets turned to all points. Accommodations unequalled. Apply at pier 97, or at the geueral office, 187 Greenwich street, eorner ofDey. TRAVELLERS' OF I HE. Pennsylvania railroad. Trains leavo New York, from foot of Deabrossea aud Uortlandt streets, as follow*:? Express tor Harrlshurp, Pltt?hurg, the West and Sooth, with Pullman Palace cara attached, at 9:30 A. M. ; 6, 7 and 8 -to P. M. Sunday, a, 7 and fl :30 P. M. for Baltimore. Washington ami the South at 9 A. M. ; 7 and 9 P. M. Holiday, 9 P. U. Bxnress for Philadelphia. R, 9. 9 :80 A. M. ; 12 JOL 1,4, 8, ?. 8 JO, 9 P. M. and IS nignt &un<fa v, 8, 8 JO and 9 P. M. For Philadelphia, via Kensington, at 7 A. M. and IP. 1L Emigrant and second elasa, T IS P. M. For Newark at 8, 8 JO, 7, 7 40. 8 :10, 9. 10, 11, 11 :40 A. IS, 1. 9, t :9), 8, 3 30, 3 :?T 4 :10, 4:30. 8:10. 8 JO, 8 JO, 8 :90, 8. 8:lo, 6 :?), 7, 7 JO. 8:10. fc, 10, fl JO, l? P. M. Sunday, 8 JO. For^UMbc th. 8, 8 JO, 7. 7 :40, 8. 8 :lfl, 9, 1(\ 11, 11 40 A. M., 13 M., 12 JO, 1. 2, 2:10, 1. 3:30, 8:40 4, 4:lfi 4 J0. 8:20, 8 n 5:80, i 8:10,8 JO, t JO, 8:10, 10,llj0, 12P. M. Sunday.BJO, 8 and 8 :10 P. M. Far Bahway , 8, 8 :S0. 7, 8 :10. 9 JO and M A M. 12 *.,1.1 2 JO, 8, 8 JO, S :40, 4 :10, 4 JO, ftil. 8 JO. 5 JO, 8. 8 JO, 7 JO, 8 :Ut 10 P. Ilj and 12 night Sunday, 8 JO and 8 P. M. For Wood bridge and Perth Amboy, ? and 10 A. IL, J JO, S :40. 4 JO and ? St P. M. Kor New Brunswick, 7. 10 A. H., It M., 1, 2, J, 4 JO, 8:10, 8, 9 P. M. and 12 night Sunday, ? and If. M. _ For Baat Mlllstoua, 7 A. M., 12 noon, 4 :10 and 5 JO P. M. For Lambertville and Flemlngton, 9 A. M. and 2 P. IL For Phllipsburg and Bclvldere, 2 and 4 P. II. Accommodation for Bordentown, Burlington and Cam den. 7 and 9 JO A. M., 12 JO, 2, 3. * 40, 4 and 8 P. M. For Freehold, 7, 8 A. M,2 and 4 P. M. w For Jameshurg, Pemberton, Camden, d A. II .,840 P.M. Tralna arrive aa follow* :? From Pittsburg, 8J0 A.M.. IflS P. M? dally, 10:14 A.M. andGJ4 P. M., dally, except Monday. From Washington and Baltimore. 8:40 A M.. Ticket offlcea, 52?. 436. 271 and 944 Broadway ;*o.i Aster House and foot of Deabrossos and Certlaadi streets. Emigrant Ticket office. No. 8 Battery place. A. J. Cam att, n. M. BOTD. Ja., _ General Manager. General Passenger Agent. PBY OOOPb. r AIR I HAIR) HAIRI Hair i hairi hairi , The largoat stock of ilornan^Halr Goods in the etty Ml Bowery, between Feorth and draat -Jones m Sixth avenue, between Twenty -eecond and Twenty third Hair Switches, can be combed a ad brushed, fl eaeh. Human Hair, cheapest and beet In the market Short Balr Kwltenes, $2 each and upwards. French Hwltchee, t8. Curia, fl and upwards. Lateet sty lea always on hand. LMADIKS intending to travel on the water take warning from the late Atlantic disaster? not a woman or child saved? and call smd examine the Life {'reserving Skirt, constructed so aa to be worn In place of the ordinary hoop skirt, which will support a parson head and shoulders above water any length of time ; first premium awarded by American Inmtnts ; patent lor sale. Call on or address the Inventor^Mra. 8. E. BAUL, 28 7 Ray mond street, near Fulton avenue, Brooklyn. MILLUBRY AMD DRKHIIKAKIKO. W MB. A. GRADOT. 40 BART FOURTEENTH STREET, i?L Union square, has the honor to Inform her era and the ladfos In general mat her anneal BjWBI Ajii St anil the foliuwlng days, with as assortment of Pique, Oijaadle, Nainsook. Batiste nil kind* of I.Hdios' Ltaht < I-.orts audi will take place on April large aaaortment of Pit? . >nl Linen Suits and all kinds o^Ledies' Light O Underclothlng. Children's Wear of every deacrlptlon. Madame bikne will open next were bplmn dtd assortment White Chip and Lace Bonnets and Hats at half price. Out this out 773 Broadway, oppo site Htewart'a, Madame BINNM' Millinery. 1873r-n*" ? "*? Spring Opening of LTLE'R, , Sixth aventte, comer Twentv tWrd t THURSDAY. FRIDAY AND RATI!lU?Ar. April 3. 4 and A

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