Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 10, 1873, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 10, 1873 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. WHOLE NO. 13,381. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1873.-TR1PLE SHEET. PRICE FOUR CENTS. DIRECTORY FOR ADVERTISERS* AMUSEMENTS? Eighth Page? lourtl), flrtli and sixth column*. ASTRoLooY? Eigbtb Page? Second column. BILLIARDS? Eighth Pace? Fifth column. BOARDERS WANTED? Eighth 1*AGE-First and second column*. BOARD AND LODGING WANTED? Eicntn Page? Sec ond column. BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE? Second Pace? Second column. BUSINESS OI'PORTUNITIES-Secosd Pace? Sixth col umn. BUSINESS NOTICES? Seventh I'.?ce? Sixth column. CIGARS AND TOBACCO-? Ninth Page? Filttl oolitmn. CITY HEAL ESTATE FOR SALE? fcxcosD Pace? First urttl second columns. CLERKS AND SALESMEN? Eleventh Page? Sixth col umn, s.ud Twelfth Page? First column. CLOTH INU-Eiubth Page? Third column. COACHME3 AND GAKDBNBRS ? Twelfth Pace? First and second columns. COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS? Fibst PACH-Flfth aud sixth columns. CO PARfN EES HIPS? Fifth Paoe? Fifth column. CORPORATION NOTICES? Secoxd Page? Sixth column. COUNTRY HOARD? Euihtk 1'aok? Second column. DANCING ACADEMIES? Eighth Pack? Sixth column. DENTISTRY? Ninth Page? Filth column. DltY GOODS? First Page? sixth c ?luinn. DWELLING HOUSES TO LET. FURNISHED AND UN FURNISHED? Ninth Page? Second, third and fourth columns. EUROPEAN BEEAMSH1PS? Fibst PAGK-Fifth column. EUROl'E? Second Page? Filth column. FINANCIAL? Fifth Page ? Filth column. FINE AlU'S? Eights Page? Sixth column. FOR SALE? Twelfth Page ? Filth and sixth column*. FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? Ni.ith Page? Fourth column. FURNITURE? Ninth Pace? Sixth column. FRENCH ADVERTISEMENTS ? Twelfth Page? Third column. HELP WANTED? FEMALES ? Eleventh PaGB? Fifth and Fixth columns. HELP WANTED? MALES? Twelfth Page? Second and third columns. HORSES, CARRIAGES, AC.? First PAGE-TUird, iourth and lilt h columns. HOTELS? Eighth Page ? Second column. HOUSE**, ROOMS, AC., WANTED? Ninth Page? Sixth column. INSTRUCTION? Eighth Page? Fourth column. . ? JERSEY CITY, IIOHOKEN, HUDSON CITY AND BER " GEN RBAL ESTATE FOR SALE? Second Page? Third ci 1 111111. LEGAL NOVICES? Eighth Pack? Third column. LOAN OFFICES ? Eighth Page? Third column. LOST AND FOUND? Fibst PAGE-First column. MACHINERY? Twelfth PAGE-Sixih column. MARBLE MANTELS? Ninth Page? Sixth column. MEDICAL? second Page? Sixth column. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS?' Tenth Page? Sixth column. _ , MISCELLANEOUS? Fifth Page? Sixth column. musical-Eighth PAGK-Filth column. NSW PUBLICATIONS? Seventh Page? Sixth column. PERSONAL? Fiust PAGE-First column. PIANOFORTES. ORGANS, AC.? Eightb Paqe? Fourth column. .. _ ,, POST OFFICE NOTICE? First Page? Sixth column. PROPOSALS? Eighth Page? Filth column. PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WAN TED-FEMALES? Eleventh Page? Filth column. PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO RENT? Second Page? Third, fourth and fifth col REA L "ESTATE TO EXCHANGE? Second Pace? Fifth column. BEAL ESTATE WANTED? Second Pagr? Fifth column. RELIGIOUS NOTICES? Fifth Page? Sixth column. REWARDS? First Page? First column. SALES AT AUCTION? Twelfth Page? Third, fourth and fifth columns. SITUATIONS WANTED? FEMALES? Eleventh PAGE First, scoond, third, fourth and fifth columns. SITUATIONS WANTED? MALES-Elevbntu Page? Sixth column. SPECIAL NOTICES? First Page? Second column. SPORTING? DOGS, BIRDS, AC.? First Page? Tliird col umn. SUMMER RESORTS? Eighth Pace? Second column. THE TRADES? TwKi.mi Page? Third column. THE TURF? First Page? Third column. TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES? Ninth Pace Flrst and scoond column?. TRAVELLERS' GUIDE? First Page? Sixth column. UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? Ninth Page? Filth column. WANTED TO PURCHASE? Ninth PAGK-Fifth column. WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OR TO LET? Second Page? Second and third columns. YACHTS, STEAMBOATS, &C.-First Page? Sixth col umn. jjjBHAI O BBANCH (JKFXCK? UPTOWN. A DVBBTiajBMSHTa FOB THK NEW YORK HERALD RECEIVED AT THE BRANCH OFFICE, 1,265 BROADWAY. WEST SIDE, BETWEEN THIRTY-FIRST AND THIRTY. SECOND STREETS. ADVERTISEMENTS ARIi RECEIVED FROM 8 A. M. TILL 9 P. M. ON WEEK DAYS (SUNDAYS. 2 TILL 9 P. M.), AT OFFICE RATES. NO EXTRA CHAROE OF ANY KIND. PARIS AGENCY OF TUB N1SW YORK HERALD. j^ESSRH. KREMER t CO., AMERICAN REGISTER, HAVE BEEN APPOINTED PARIS AGENTS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD. THEY WILL SUPPLY DEAL ERS WITH COPIES OF THE HERALD, AND ALSO SINGLE NUMBERS OF~THls PAPER TO PARTIES REQUIRING THEM. PBllgOiVAL. Disappeared from her home? on Saturday morning, April 5, suffering, it is feared, muter tempo rary aberration of mind. Mrs. E. Reardslcy. She is of fair, clear complexion, gray eyes, mixed grav liair, quite tliln ; height about Meet 2 inches, .slightly Im'ilt; age be tween 4S and AO; quiet-mannored and low-voiced : dressed in Mark. Amy information regarding her v? ill be thank fully received and liberally rewarded by her afflicted friends. 216 South Fourth street, Brooklyn, E J). (GEORGE JACOHS IS REQUESTED TO CALL 1M.ME X diately at 136 West Thirty-iourth street. W f~i RAND CENTRAL-WILL LADY MEET SOLITAIRE VX Diamond this evening, at Masquerade Ball, Colum bia Garden, Greenwich avenue. Went Twelfth street? 80 LIT AIRE. "TTUMPTY DUMPTY," TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL XX 8.? Will the lady who un Jerstood the side glances Address, in confidence, herndmircrf State particulars. WHISKERS, box 104 llcrald Uptown Brunch office. Harry bartowe-i saw you on Broadway, i wait to see yon ao mach. na.e written yoa seve ral time* and received no reply. Plen-e send me your address, N. W. formerly Clifford House. Address OLD ' FRIEND, Herald Uptown Branch office. INFORMATION WANTED-OF LUKE SMITH, WHO left New York about two yearn ago. Any informa tion nt' him will be thankfully received by his cousin, Mrs. SEXTON, 486 West Sixteenth street Chicago papers please copy. INFORMATION WANTED? OF BRIDGET FAG AN, who l? supposed to be in Jersey City, by her friend, ANNIE EARL, 258 West Houston street, New York. IF MISS CADDIE M. IS STILL HERE HER OLD Philadelphia friend would like to see her. Please lend address to MONDAYS, Herald office. JENNIE DE FORREST, FORMERLY OF EAST Twenty-eighth street. Send present addi cts to S. E,, Herald oflice. JOSIE ? HAVE RETURNED FROM CALIFORNIA Fend address to CHARLIE, box 103 Herald office. Mr. GU3TAV bogislav albbecht, born in Cooslin, 1'oninierHiila, Prussia, is requested 'o send his present address, under II, 9,056, to RUDOLPH MOSSE, advertising agent in Leipzig. Martha keller.-your parents will for give everything if you return before holydaya. << W. JACKSON.? JUST AHRTVKD IN TOWN; O. would like to meet old friend#. Address LITTLE SUSIE, Herald office. THE ADDRESS OF MR. C. F. CAMANA IS RE quested by a friend. Address W. P. S., 671 Seventh avenue. LOST ANU miP. IOST-AT DALY'S FIFTH AVENl'K ThKATRE, OK J Tuesday evening last, n Package, containing ladles' Undersleeve* and Collar. The Under will he liberally re warded by leaving the same atWKBfc'.R'S piano ware rooms, Filth avenue, corner Sixteenth street. ItitfT? A MINK BOA, IN COMING FROM DESBROP. J ses street ferry through Canal to Broadway and Grand; it Is highly valued as a gift from a deceased friend. The Under wili be liberally rewarded by return ing it to 28 Morris street. Jersey City. IOST-AT DALY'S FIFTH AVENUE THEATRE, LAST I Tuesday evening, a Package containing lady' sun lersleeves and collar. The tinder will be suitably re warded by leaving it at Weber's piano wareroom?, Fifth avenue, corner Sixteenth street LOST-ON WEDNESDAY MORNINfi, A WHITE Spitz Hog, answering to the name Jolly. A liberal reward will lie paid by returning hlin to 13 Lexington > venae, between Twenty-socond anl Twenty -third sts. IOST? AN OVAL. GOLD LOCKET, WITH FIVE J Pearls set on a band ; the picture of a young girl in ikie ; from the Academy of Music In a Third avenue car lo Fifty-eighth street The tinder will be suitably re warded by leaving it at 721 Lexington avenue. IOST-A LADY'S GOLD AND ENAMELLED WATCH. J If returned to No. 7 West Twenty-eighth street a suitable reward will be given. REWARD*. dNr REWARD.? LOST, PROBABLY ON MADISON <J>?) avenue, between Fitly-second and Sixty-first streets, agtdrt Knrrlng (hoop pattern and pendents). Above re ward will be paid by returning it !'> 1<>7 Kiist Mxty *t. (l>in KEWAHD.-LOST TUESDAY EVENING, BE iplU tween 5 and 0 o'clock, going up Broadway, from Franklin to Tenth street, a Pocketbook containing Post Office ticket (1, 4'J5) and 9^7 In bills. The above reward will tie paid to the Under bv leaving some at 73 Franklin Street, seaond lloor. <ltO PiO REWARD-LOST, ON FRIDAY LAST, iP'/.UU from J. G. Rl SHTON'S drug store, Broad way, corner Twenty -lift h street, a white it^iuiinanx Dog. answers to the name of Dl^k Whoever returns the same as above will receive the reward. Notice and tin reward. -lost, a collateral Note for ? t.uoo, dated February 10, 187.1, payable lo the order of .thirty days alter date, at the Mer chants' National Bank. Ltttb- Rock, Arkansas. As par. Blent on said note is stopped it Is of no value except to the owner. The finder will receive $10 reward by de livering the UOtO lo Third National Blink (n tills c.ltv. HPKCI AI< JIOTHKS. ALL PERSONS ABE BU?IT FORBIDDEN TO Pl'R chase or negotiate any of the following described Se curities, the same having been stolen irom Chevalier Du Bols do hianco, of Brussels, Belgium, and ttic transfer ami payment thereof having been (.topped 102 shares of the "Societe anonyme dos Hauls- Kourneaux et Lamlnolra Monthcuv Sur Kumlue"? Nos. 108, 100, 108 to 110, 9H1 to 9M, 1,031, 1,183. 1,0(1,1.480 to 1,183, 1,619 to l.W, 1,CM to 2.00J, 2.20ft, 2,210, 2,224, 2,226 to 2,231, 2.238, 2.260, 2,261, 2,404, 2,417, 2,4*8, 2,434. 2,473. ?./?>. 2,963, 3.015, 3.016, 3.112, 3,177 to 3,180, 3.1*2 to 3,184, 3,1*8. 4,068 to 4,074, 4,36(1. 4,378, 4.660. 4,664, 8,"74, 6,079, 6,091 (o 6,094, 6,278 to 5,'-'91 ; eight shares ' Banque de Helgltiue"? Noe. 177 10 180, 19.179. 16,189, 16,812, 18,813. cn ARLES MALI, Belgian Consul. New Yoke. April 6, 1873. A -$600,000 IN BANK, PLEDGED TO PAY IN FHLL ? the ten thousand Cash Gilt* wliicii are to be dis tributed by lot ticket-holders Jo the third Grand Gilt Concert lor the benciit of the PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY, as per the following certificate ot the Treasurer Ormn of Farmers and Drovers' Ban*. ) Louisville, Ky., April 7, 1873. 1 This Is to certify that there i* in the Farmers and Drovers' Hank, to the credit of the Third Grand Gift Concert for *he benefit of the Public Library ot Ken tucky, five hundred thousand dollars, which has been set apart by the managers to pay the glftain tan, ana will be held by the bank and paid out tor this purpose, and this purpose only. _ ? (Signed) B. S. VEACH, Cashier. By the terms of the charter the money must be held Intact, and cannot be used tor speculation or any pur pose whatever except to pay Kilts The date of Concert and Drawing has been extended from April 8, and definitely fixeiHor The moncv for gifts in full having been set aside and secured bevond doubt, it is deemed but justice to the Public Library that opportunity should be given to sell out the remainder ol the tickets tor Its benefit, as there is no o the rVJUy to eee ure for it the endowment fund con templated to the act of the Legislature authorizing the Concerts At the two previous t.oncerts brief postpone ments were made, as in this, showing the earnest deter mination of t he trustees and management to actually distribute the full amount advertised. This is the list oi gilts to be given at the Concert One grand gift, cash $100,000 One grand gilt, cash 50,000 One grand gift, cash 25,000 One grand cash gilt 20,000 One grand cash gilt 10,(;00 One grand cash gilt 6.000 24 cash gifts of $1,000 each 24,000 50 eush gifts ot $500 each 25,000 80 cash gills of $400 each 32,090 100 cash gilts of $300 each i SO 000 150 cash gilts of $2"i0eaeh 30,0u0 550 cash gifts of $100 each 68,000 9,000 cash gills of $10 each SO, 000 Total, 10,000 gifts, all cash $500,000 Tickets $10; Halves, $5; Quarters, $2 50. Hon. ex-Governor TllOS. E. K RAMLETTE, of Kentucky, lias charge of the business of the Concert for Trustees. 100,000 tickets? 10,000 gifts? chances mie in ten. New York sales are inado a special deposit with the Fonrth National Bank ot New York. For tickets, full programme, information and all par ticulars apply to the General Agency Supply. THOMAS' H. IIAYii k CO., (X)U Broadway, New York. A? HERALD BRANCH OFFICE, BROOKLYN, ? corner of Fulton avenue and Boeriim street Open from 8 A. M. to 9 P. M. On Sunday Irom 3 to 9 P. M. ALL OFFICERS, SAILORS AND SOLDIERS WOl'ND cd, ruptured or injured, are entitled to penslor. Apply to Dr. K. 11. JACKSON, Inte Surgeon United States Navy, No. 4 New Chambers street, A I)A HIES (PRICES RKDUCED), SOLE AGENT OF ? Royal Havana Lottery, 585 Broadway ; box 4,909 Post office, Now York. Dealers supplied. Circulars mailed free. A? FURNITURE FAMILIES MOVED IN CITY OH ? country; Furniture, Pianofortes boxed and ship ped; storage for Furniture, Ac. _ _ * K- MURNHAM' 115 Westllth St., near 5th av._ A -HAVANA LOTTERY.? PRIZES CASUED AND . information furnished. Circulars free. JOSEPH BATES & CO.. 71 Broadway, room 81, first floor. A ?HAVANA LOTTERY DRAWINGS ON PILE.? iV. April 22 the extraordinary Havana. JOSEPH BATES, Broker, 196 Broadway, room 4. CREUSE'S IODIDE OF IRON IS TASTELESS, AND keeps in open air; it never blackens the teeth. Syrup and Elixir sol# by all druggists. Depot 156 Front street. Department of taxes and assessments. 32 CiiAMiiKits STKKir, N*w York, Jan. tl, 1873. Notice is htrcby given that flic Assessment Rolls ot the Real and Personal Estate of trie city and county of New York for the year 1873 will be open for inspection and re vision on and alter Monday, January 13, 1873, anil will remain open until the 30th day ot' April, 1873, inclusive, for the correction^ errors and the cquuiiz ttion of the assessments of the aforesaid real and personal estate. All persons believing themselves aggrieved must make application to the Commissioner* during the period above mentioned, in order to obtain the rcllel provided by law. By order of the Board. B. F. BABCOCK, Secretary. Great sale of Diamonds, Watches and fine Jewelry. As I am about r'etirlng fVoin the jewelry business I offer my large stock of Goods, for the next to days, tn the public and trade generally below cost. JOHN CHAM BERLIN, 715 Broadway, under New York Hotel. Havana lottery.-extraordinary drawing 22d April. German State Lotteries. Circulars mailed tree. KUHLMANN A CO., Bankers, 85 Nassau street; box 3,585 Post ofllce. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF BOWLK8 Bros. A Co., In bankruptcy.? 'I he list of creditors filed in said cas?i belne incomplete, all creditors who have not been represented In Court are requested lo communi cate immediately with the assignee in Boston, and state their address anil the nature ami amount of their claims, in order that the 'till amount ol Indebtedness may be as certained as earl v as possible. HENRY J. STEVENS. Assignee, 19 Court street, Boston. New York creditors can learn the necessary facts hv applying lo 8ANFORD, ROBINSON A WOODRUFF, Couiiseilors-at-Law. 11.2 Broadway. New York. Kentucky state i,otteries.-$,ooo is drawn daily; V2H per cent commission allowed. For information apply to B. NATHAN, No. 4 Gllsey Building, Cortlandt street; nrancli office, 612 Broadway. 0 * M HARKS EARE8' PARAGON SHIRTS, made to order and warranted to tit. Sent by express, C. O. D., to any part of the country, nt the following prices;? 6 Shirts, Masonvlile muslin and fine linen $12 00 6 Shirt, h, Wainsutta muslin Had very tine linen 13 50 6 Shirts, New York Mills and lieat linen 15 00 Boys' Shirts toady made and to order. Fancy Shirtings in great variety. Directions for measurement sent on application. RICHARD MEARES, Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, Sixth avenue anil Nineteenth street. New York. MAIIA LEGAL GlFf ENTERPRISE. May 20, 1873. ' $230, 808 in cash gifts. 8,466 cad) Kilts. $76,000 the flr?t gilt Tickets $1 each. For sale, up to May 1, at P. C. DEV LIN'S, 31 Nassau street. OFFICIAL DRAWINGS KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERIES. KENTUCKY? KXTRA CLAFS NO. 207? APRIL 9, 1873. 30, 70, 04, 18, 3.\ 72, 63, ft. 29, 43, 6?. 64, 76, 2. KKKTLTET? CLAfS NO. 2M? APRIL 9, 1878. ft, 74, 31. 64, 49. 38. 61, 24. 18, 9. 41, 42, 69. SIMMONS A CO.. Managers, Covington, Ky. c< i.lkgs? fxtiia iu'jbo. 107 ? a run. 9, 1872k 12. 43, 9, 77, 8. 61, 44, 2'!, Ofl. 63, fi, Sfi <2, 73. IHIIW ITI.LKCK? CLAFS NO. 108? APRIL 9, 1873. 79, 44, 68, 7ft, 11, 29, 41, SS, 21, 19, li, 3. 13. SMITH A CO., Managers, Covington, Ky. _ . _ J. CLUTE, Broker, IPCBroadway. Tost office box 4,969. * J>ROGRAMME ^ ARRANGEMENTS for the OBSEQUIES ALDERMAN PETER GILSEY, a- arranged by the Joint Special Committee of the Common Council. The funeral will take place from his late residence, 33 and 35 West Tweuty-eighth street, at 11 o'clock A. M., 10th Inst. Tho Mayor and Crnnmoa Council, the heads of depart ments of the city government, the Judge* or the several Courts will assemble at the St. James Theatre, HI West Twcntv-eiglith street, immediately adjoining Mr. Gilsey's late residence, at 1UJ? o'clock A. M., where carriages will be in waiting. The tuneral cortege will proceed down Broadway to the ferrv, and to Greenwood Cemetery. JENKINS VAN tfCUAICK, Chairman. JontPU C. PlNCKNKY, <'lcrk. Royal saxon government lottery at leip sin, Germany ; 9ft, 000 tickets; 47,500 prizes; Bruuswlck Government Lottery; Hamburg City Government Lot tery; Hoyal Havana Lottery. Prizes cashed and informa tion given. THEODOR Z8CHOCH, 116 Nassau street; box 6,080 Post office. Royal Havana i.otteiu .-the next extraor dinarv Drawing will take place on the 22d of April, 1873. J. B.' MARTINEZ A CO., Bankers, 10 Wall street Tost office box 4, (Ml, New York. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.? NOTICE IX HEREBY given that the undcrnoted certificates of Erie Rail way common stock? viz.. 63,153, to L. P. Morton, Burns A Co.. lOsiiares of $100 each. Issued March 27, 1868; 107.338, to Jonathan D. Coperaun, 10 shares of $100 each; 107.3(0, to same, ID shares of $1(0 each, l*sU"d February 1, 1869? have heen lost or destroyed, and that the undersigned will apply in due course to the Eric Railway Company for new certificates in licit thereof. All persons are cau tioned against negotiating the said certificates, as their transfer has been stopped. WM. BUTLER DUNCAN, Nos. 9 and II Nassau street, New York. THE DEPOSITORS IN THE BULLS HEAD BANK will please send In their Pass llooks at once, to have their accounts written up. A.S.CAMERON, President. The fifth and last drawino of the 83<l Royal Raxon Lottery at Lcipslc, Germany, will commence April 18 and close May 3. There will bo drawn 34,500 prizes out of 82,000 tickets, to wit:? ? 1 Prize of 150,000 Prussian thaler*. J Prize ?f I'M.1) 00 Prussian thalcrs, 1 Prize of 80, WO Prussian thalers, 1 PrlM of 80,000 Prussian thalers. 1 Prize Of 40,1X10 Prussian thalcrs, 1 Prize of 3n,000 Prussian thalers, 1 Prize of 2IMKW Prussian thalers, 3 Prizes of 10, <WB Prussian thalers, ? ' 3n Prizes of 8, (0(1 Prussian thalers, 40 Prizes of J.000 PriisMan thalers, 4.10 Prizes of l.t*** Prussian thalers, and othcra. Prize* cashed and information given. THEODOR ZSCHOCH, 116 Nassau street Post office box 6.080. ? 4?OH ,--U(\ is drawn daily in the legal ffiOOy.Oo" Ued Keaiucky Lottery. R.,yal Ha vana and Kentucky circulars frea ; 12W cents commission allowed. Address HALKV A CO. (office established 30 years). 174 Rrmd w?? SFOR'riXG?DOOS. BIRDS, dtC. A? FOR KALE, Al.l. KINDS OK FANCY DOGS, . Bird*, 4c.; Medicines (or #?<!*?????. Prepared Food lor mocking birds, at B. O. DO\fcl 8. No. S Greene Bird?, ic. ; Medicines lor all.dUeatcs, Prepared tor mocking street, near Canal. W C HOICK DOGS FOR KALE.? TWO FINE d Black and Tans, femules; 2 extra small and A K iniici Pups, ....v.. m - ALLEN'S, Filth avenae and Eighty-eighth street. A BLOODHOUND FOR SALE ? CAN BE SEEN AT l,?98 Third avenue, between Sixty-fourth and Sixty flttti streets. In butcher's store. For sale-a first class watch dog ; price $20. Address (). F. B., box 11C Herald office. THE TURF. HALL'S half M1IE driving park, on coney Island road, tor Mile, on easy terms. Inquire ol R. W. ADANLti A CO., lit! Wall street. National association for the promotion ol the Intercuts ot the American Trotting Turl. Sec retary's ottice. Providence, R. I., April 2, WS. A spec al meeting of the Board of Appeals will be held ill the Everett House, New York city, on Friday, April 11, 1873, at 9 o'clock A. M. By order of the President D. F. LONGSTREET, Secretary. N. B.? l'arties having any business or communication on which the action or the Board is desired at this meet ing will please address the undersigned iinmcdiatclv at ProTldence. D. F. LONGSTREET, Secretary. TO LET? FLEETWOOD PARK CLUB HOU8K AND hitching privilege of grounds. Apply at the park or 112 Wall street. W. H. VANCOTT, Superintendent. HOBSHN, CARH1AGKS, A.C. A? THE SPECIAL ATTENTION OF GENTLEMEN IS . CALLED TO SALE AT AUCTION ON FRIDAY (TO MORROW), APRIL 11, AT ltJ'i O'CLOCK PROMPT, AT THE PRIVATE STABLE 102 EAST 418T ST., BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND 31) AV.. OF GENUINE AND FINE TROTTING HORSES, WAGONS AND HARNESS, Including an elegant, handsome flue, genteel and close matcheu team of young mahogany bay trotting Marcs: are t\ill listers, 8 and 6 yeiirs old tnis Spring ; were sired by Ktliau Allen; they have line symmetry, style and gait, and arc, without exception, the closest mated team In ap pearance, style nnd gait to be fouud ; have tine disposi tions ; have neither vice nor trick : fear nothing ; arc per tcct pets; arc all day roadsters unu can trot together now better tlian 2 :50 ami promise to trot much faster with a little handling; tlicy arc well broken to all harness; good under saddle, and are warranted sound, kind ami true in every particular ; can be driven by a ladv, and will make an Al gentleman's family or road team. A very fast Bay fielding. 15}< haids high, and 9 years old ; sired l>v Capitis M. flay, dam thoroughbred. He has line lull inane and tail, fine head, long neck, and can pnll a road wagon any day In 2:40. Vie is line, easy and prompt driver, ufraitloi nothing, and one ot the best horses that goes the road : lie is honest and well behaved in company, and as a gentleman's roadster is unsurpassed; he is warranted sound, kind and true ineverv respect. Rich .handsome blooded and genteel Bay Gelding, iftJi hands nigh, 7 years old this spring, sired by Iron Duke, lie by old llainbletonian, 4am by Bellfounder; he is finely built, with tine, heavy mnne and tail; enn show a 2 :3S gait on road, and he Is as tine galted as any young trotter that goes the rcud; he Is warranted sound and kind. Also the fast and handsome bay marc L.vdla ; she is 16U hands high, 9 years old ; was raised by Mr. Demurest, ot Rockland county ; she was sired by Rysdyk's llambleto nian, dam three-quarter thoroughbred niare ; she can go to ir.ick and show 2:3'); she is a very resolute driver and warranted sound and kind. Also 1 Coupe, 1 Park Phaeton, I Top Wagon, 1 light top Trotting Wagon, 1 C spring Pony Phaeton, with top; single and double Harness-, Blankets. Robes, Whips, Ac. The whole comprising as fine stock as was ever offered at public auction, being all first class and reliable, and fUlly as represented. Each purchaser will have ample time allowed him on each horse for trial and examina tion. Gentlemen can have the opportunity of seeing them and having them examined at all times at stable, us above, prior to sale. N. B.? ^ale positive, rain or shine. AUCTION HOUSE OF ARCH. JOHNSTON, Late Johnston A Van Tassel. OFFICE AND SALESROOM, OLD STAND, 37 Nassau street, opposite the Post office. THE HORSE AUCTION BRANCH OF THE HOUSE IS REMOVED TO THE SPACIOUS PREMISES, 19, 21, 23 and 28 EAST THIRTEENTH STREET, between Filth avenue and University place. The business will be conducted on precisely the same strict and honorable principle which novo always char, acterized the dealings of our home and won the respect find confidence of the business community as well as the public at large. REGULAR HALES EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY throughout the year. Entries for sale may be made, as usual, either at onr downtown hou-e. 37 Nassau street, or at the mart, ltf, 21, 23 and 25 East Thirteenth street. Liberal advances, as usual, made on consignments. J l THE "BREWSTER WAGON." A in all weights, for pleasure driving or speeding, exquisitely finished. and embracing in tlielr construction the various im provements introduced by us during the past 16 years, making them the Standard for Quality throughout the United Slates. These wagons are exclusively the jroductlon of onr well-known Broome street factory, and fire offered In sti ck in all res) ects equal in quality to those Lnllt to the oid*r ol the most valvea customer, and at prices uniform to all. In order tliat we mav m t bo confounded with a toint stock company ol carriage dealers who have adopted a firm name .similar to our own. nn?l impudently claim ilio reputation wo have mat!c (or ttic "brewMor wagon," we iigtlie pu. .lie will remember tliat our only wareroow* are at the < orner of Fiftli avenue and Fourteenth street, and our only Factory on Broome street BREWSTER * 00., 1 ol Broome street. i ?EXECUTOR'S SALE OF ALL THE FINE STOCK OF TIIE LATE ERNEST FIELDER, THIS DAY (THURSDAY), AT 10'i O'CLOCK PROMPT, AT PRI VATE STABLE OK THE LATE ERNEST FIELDER, DECEASED. 41 (iREAT JONES STREET, JOHN D. HAMLIN, Auctioneer, consisting ot Elegant bay team of coach Horses, R and 9 years old; louiid and kind. Superior Coup? Horse, I6X hands high; th" mostclc gnnt coupe horse in the city; sound and kind; known as Beaure gard. Also the finest blood bav team of Kentucky hunter*, 6 and 6 years old ; warranted to beat three minutes to gether -.raised by Alexander, of Kentucky. Also the thoroughbred Horse Molly, formerly the prop erty of August Belmont. Also one single Coupe, one double Coupe, pole and shafts ; one close Coach, one Brett, by Wood Bros. ; two sets doable Harness, by Dunscom; one set single Har ness, by Carpenter. Also the jno-t celebrated coupe Horse in New York, known as Piccadilly, tormerly owned by Ambro C. Kings land. All of these horses are warranted as represented at lime of sale. The special attention of gentlemen in quest of fine stock is invited to thip tale. ? TTHB HORSE AND CARRIAGE AUCTION If ABT OF WILLIAM VAN TASSELL (SUCCESSOR TO JOHNSTON AND VAN TASSELL) at the old stand, 110, m and 114 East Tbirteentli street, near Fourth avenue, REGULAR SALES OF HORSES AND CARRIAGES WILL BE HELD EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, at 12 o'clock. GENTLEMEN WISRING TO PURCHASE, OR THOSE having Horses or Carriages to sell, will tlnd this bouse perfectly reliable, as this business will be conducted on the same straightforward principles which have governed It In the pnst. We give the purchaser of every horse that Is warranted sound from 24 to 48 hours for trial. Horses and Carriages always on hand at private sale. LIBERAL ADVANCES MAKE ON CONSIGNMENTS. ^"?BREWSTER. O t' TWENTY-FIFTH STRE 1ST. A. Ware rooms. Filth avenue, comer Twenty-seventh street. Sole makers of Brewster Wagons, with the Vertical Steel Plates. The maximum of strength, the minimum of weight, ob viating all spread ot the axle, a prevailing source of an noyancc to those using road wagons. Besides the additional strength and security which this great improvement gives to our wagons, an experience ot tliirty-four years enables us to challenge comparison either In unit lit v or finish. Fee certificate from Ueneral McClellan New York, June 1, 1871. Giktlmex I have carefully examined your Patent Verlical Steel Plate Axle. I find that the addition of the Vertical Plate renders the axle about two and a half (%) times as itilT as It would be without it. Very respectfully, GEORGE B. M CLELLAN. ARCH. JOHNSTON, AUCTIONEER, WILL SELL A brown Mare, about 14V hands high (the properly of Silas Wright, ol Hoboken, N. J.), at public auction, at the Mart, 19 to 26 East Thirteenth street, Friday, April 11, at 12 o'clock, for account of whom It may concern, to pav charges and keep. A LOT OF TOP BUGGIES, ROAD WAGONS. Ex press. Grocery and light Business Wagons, tor sale cheap. 34M West Twenty-seventh street, between Eighth and Ninth avenues. A? FOR SALE, THE PROPERTY OF* A WIDOW . lady, from tlie country, a team of handsome black Horses, (J years old ; fit lor a lady to drive or ride ; they are very fast In single or double harness; they stand In height 15 hands! inches; to be sold together or singly ; they are fearless of locomotive ; they arc warranted sound and kind either in single or double harness. Apply at 22 Amity street A PERSON GOING TO BUROPB OFFKRS POB sale, below their value, a fine pair of llanible tonlan bay Mares, 16?^ bands, sound, sate and speedy. They have been driven by the present owner lor the last two years, and he caa confidently recommend them to anv gcutletnan desiring a choice road team. For par ticulars apply to HOWARD, SANGER A CO., 106 and 107 Chambers slreet. N TjXPRBSB " WAGON, $100; HALF TOP "DEPOT Wagon, $f>5; No Top Depot Wagon, $100; Pony Plias ton, $100: 1 Top Pony Ph.-vton, $Ffifl; do. $200; 10 Top Wagons. 10 Rockaways, Harness of all grades, at 1,110 Broadway. ALAROE ASSORTMENT NEW AND SECOND HAND . Carriages, all stvles; family Rockaways, top and open Buggies, Pony Phaeton*, at greatly reduced prices. wITTY'S, Kulton and Bavins streets, Brooklyn. A' ?BIGHT HORSES FUR SALE, PIT FOB ALL ? purposes; warranted sound and kind; at low prices. 87 and 89 WoostCI street. Must be sold. ?A LARGE LOT OF CARRIAGES" OF ALL . kinds; Rockways, Buggies, Phaetons. Depot, Ex press and Business Wagons made in our own factory, 141 west Broadway, near Canal street A MATCHED PAIR OP BAY IIAMBLETONIAN A road Horses, 15>J hands high, T years old, trot In 2 :50, very st vllsli, sound and kind, lor sale, together or separate : owner going away. Apply to O. A. HOUSE, 194 Broadway. _____ COACH LEFT ON STORAGE AT 410 WEST THIRTY eighth street will be sold to pav expenses, at 246 West Thirty nr.*; stri ct, on Satardajr, 12th. AT PRIVATE STABLE, 142 BAST THIRTY-NINTH street, for sale cheap, gentleman going to Europe, gray coupe Horse, 8 years old, 16!* hands biijh; warrant ed s'uuaU. Can be ncei) from 9 til) 2 o'clock. 110RS10S, CARRIAtiES, AC. A -LAND AIM K is, COUPM, CLARBKCBti, LADIES' ? Finn tons, Depot Wagons.? I soil 20 per cent Icks i than Fifth avenue or bread wav stores; st> le aiul work man-hip unequalled. HAM, 10 East fourth street. A HANDSOME PAIR CARRIAGE HORSE*, BLACK;

al--o a pair of Bays, suitable for coupe or road. Cau lie seen at private slanlo 26 Lexington avenue | A FOUR-YEAR HORSE FOR BALE? SOUND AND kind; lady's driver; Irongrayi 18 liaiulx; will ex change tor Furniture. S. 0. SMlTn, 20! William street, House. AT NO. tf CORTLANDT STREET. NEAR BROADWAY. Light Carriages and Harness. The cheapest hoasc in tlie city. Entirely cash. All styles built to order and warranted. ARCH. JOHNSTON, No. 8 Cortlaudt Street. A VALUABLE BLACK HORSE KOR SALE? SIX yearn, 10 hands, very stylish; a splendid driver; can step In three minutes. No reasonable offer refused. Waverley House, 76a Broadway. A TRUCK HOUSE AND HARNESS KOR KALE-ALL ill good and complete running order : plenty of work ; owner declining bu-diiess the cause of (selling. Apply to CAMPBELL A CO., 34H Hudson street. A LOT OK HORSES FRKSII FROM THE COUNTRY sold or exchanged for Horses of less value: suitable tin nil Kinds oi basim ss. Inquire at Ml Canal street. A BROOME STREET BREWSTER HALF TOP FoUR seat Phaeton and Top Wagon, 1 light custom ' oaeh, 1 six seat rhaoton, 1 Cabriolet, 1 Victoria, J extension ti p Phaetons, .10 top and open ponv Pfcaetotw, of all styles; 20 i ew and. -econd baud Rocxawavs, 1ft top ami open Road, by the best city maki rs; Sulkies and Skeletons, l>y Dinunbury. Pra.v, Ac. ; 1 Depot V. agon, top and open Ex press Wagons. I second hnn.l Clarence ; llarncs-, Blankets, Robes, Ac. WILLIAM H. UltAY, 20 and 22 Wooster street. A? BAROAINS-ALI SECOND HAND.? A 12 PASSEN ? ger Stage ; good Hearse ; 3 Coaches, glass quarters; Park Pha?ton, Victoria, Coupe, RoekHwuv, 2 light top Bougies, light Grocery or Business Wagon. Apply at 460 Third aveuue. Bargains in harness, saddles, bridles, Whips, Ac. ; selling off before movimr. EDGARS. NICIIuLe, 10 College place, iii'iir OOrncr of Murray street. BAROUCHE POR 8ALE-A PRIYATB 0 SPRING Baroiu he, built by Loos A Williams. good as new; hns been used only a lew t'ines. Can be seen at 14 For syth street, N. Y. CIA RRI AGES? SLIGHTLY DAMAGED; GREAT BAR ) gains; Carriages, new and second hand, of every de scription, at low prices; now is the time to purchase, be fore trail < commences. MANUFACTURERS' I NION, 638 Broadway. T7ILF.GANT PONY.? IMPORTED WHITE IIAVTIAN i Ponv, 14 bauds high, 6 > ears old ; an extra Hue saddle pony ; has great power of endurance ; lias been n<cd by a lady for i lutng, and is one of tho finest saddle poules in the country, and warranted sound, at private Hale at the HORSE AND CARRIAGE AUCTION MART OF WILLIAM VAN TASUELL, 110, 112, IN East Thirteenth street. For sale? a GOOD SADDLK or uoad house, for half his value. Inqulie 135 East Twenty-sixth street. I[H?R SALE? FOR WANT OF USE, DARK BAY MARE, 16,'a hands, 7 years, good bottom : warranted perfectly sound and kind. Also light, box Top Wagon, Harness, Sheets, Blankets, Ac. ; complete outfit. Price $400. Ad dress J. M. L., box .1,2 2S Post office. IjlOR SALE-ONE HORSE AND TOP WAOON, WITH pole. Inquire at Bellows ' livery stable, corner ot Prince and Crosby streets. For sale? a bay mare, hands high, guaranteed sound ; drives single or double and is an excellent traveller. Can be seen at McENTIIlR'S, 21 Verandah place, between Clinton and Hem y streets. FOR SALE? A SADIH.rc HOUSE, WELT- TRAINED and handsome; will drive in single and double har ness. Address tiox 1,}S0 P09t "Mice, New York. FOU SALE-A PRIVATE ESTABLISHMENT; DUBOIS road Wagon. Gibson Harness and dark bay Mare Apply to MITCH I1. LL ,(? NEWBOLD, 49 Exclian ge place (jV)R MALE? A PRIVATE CAURIAOE AND i'AIR OP ' Hor>es. Can be seen at 20(1 East Fortieth street For pMtkmlm apply at 127 East Thirty-fourth street. rmR BALE at a BARGAIN? A LANDAULET, r newly new; sleigh, double Harness, Covers, Coach man's Coat*, Ac. t all lor M1C11ELE, at Briggs' stable, Seventh avenue, corner of Forty-second street F~~OR KALE? A LOT OKGOODWORK III fflSlsjj U8T arrived from the country ; suitable lor all purpo cs; to lie nM cheap. Apply at 170 Mercer street. FOR BALE? ONE LIGHT ONE-HORSE TRUCK, ONE Express Wa.fon, one Bnteher Cart. Inquire at south west t'.orner of'Leroy ami Oreenwlch streets. Ip()R 8ALK? TWO OH THREE WOUK ItOHSl'.S; WILL ' bo sold cheap. Also a small Horse, a sod to light wagon, flt (or butcher, grocer or any light work. Apply at coal office, Thirty-sixth street, east of First avenue. FOR SAI.E? ONE OF THE HANDSOMEST CREAM colored Horses in New York, for the saddle and hnr ness. 18* hands hish, 8 years old; warranted sound and kind. Nos. :i and i West ISlli St. I' -IOR SALE? FOPR PONY-BUILT llORSBB, IM< TO hands, from fl lo U years, lit for any work ; si- o one styiish gray l'ony, 14 hands; prices $0.\ $96, $100, 9140, $17.1; oil sold lor the want of work. 20 Bcthuno street, uear Washington. FOR HALE? BIGHT HORSES, JUHT FROM THE country, Iroin 15 to l(i hands, heavy blacks, good worke rs, sound and kind ; sell cheap; want- money. 2J4 West Sixteenth street, near Seventh avenue. Fioit SALE? AT PRIVATE STABLE 136 WEST THIR ty-elghth street a pair of very stylish and hand some i>loo<l bay Horses, all blac* points, it and 7. rears old, 16 hands high, perfectly sound and gentle, imtli g< od In coupe. Call at stuldc or on T. P. ELD RIDGE. .hi) Broadway. I" >OH SALE? A BAY HORSB^ 8 YEARS, 18V HANDS 1 high ; very stylish ; sound, and kind in all harne s; would suit family or coupe. Applv at 27.'> spring street. I FOR KALE- A BEAUTIFUL ENGLISH LANDAU and double Harness to match,. mst Irom the Custom House; also a Dog Cart and Harness, at exactly cost prices. Apply at No. 9 East Washington place. TJIOR SALE CHEAP? HORSE, TRUCK, HA RNESS AND F Express Business. J. 11. SI EMS, H Amity street corner Orccne. BIOR SALE CHEAP? STOCK OF A CONTRACTOR RE tired from business, consisting of Carts, Hurness, Feed and Furniture Truck, variety of Tools, Ac. JAMES M L'LKY, 809 East Eleventh street. Good horses wanted. -wanted, a span of elegant Carriage Horses, good speed and roadsters; must he young, kind and sound 111 every respect, not less than 10 hands high : dark bay, chestnut or let black pre ferred. Address, stilting Price, age, Ac., for three da , s, BLACK, box HO Herald Uptown Branch office. Horse, harness and truck, nearly as good as new, for sale, singly or together. Inquire at feed ttore, 730 Tenth avenue, between Forty-ninth and Fiitieth streets. Harness.? the laroest stock of single and double Harness and Horse couinments, at most rea sonable prices, at the manufacturers' depot. JACOBOWSKV, lilt.BOKN A Co., in Chambers street. Harness? saddlery.-the largest variety of Horse Furnishing Goods ot all descriptions ot anv house in New York. O. M. MOSEMAN A BRO? Manufacturers; warehouse, 114 Chambers street. Harness. -the cheapest harness store in New York ; good double Truck Harness, $Hn; good single Buggy Harness, band made, $17; a good stable Blanket, $2 BO; the largest assortment of Cart Harness In the city. Please call and examine for yourselves. FISHER AOSBORNE. CI M'irray street, New York. Horses taken to board, drive and break, with good care, by JOHN H. TWEDDLE, Mont Simery, orange county, N. Y. References? James B. rewster a Co., New Yorlt city. ? III AVE one of THE best paving i.ivkry and Boarding Stables in the city, H3 stalls, first class cus tom; also 1 one new brick Stable, 60 stalls, with m hoarders since February 1, 5 years' lease, either of which I will sell at a low figure, ana payment made easy, as I cannot attend to botn. Apply at 158 and 100 East Twenty seventh street. MANUFACTURERS' UNION REPOSITORY, ffW Broadway.? Carriages, Harness, largest assortment ever offered, at most reasonable prices. All styles of Family Carriages and Linhi Wagons, now and second hand. MANUFACTURERS' UNION, 688 Broadway. PONY AND PARK PHAETONS. Panel, basket C spring, top or no top, from $140 tip. One light second band cut under Rockaway, nearly new. ARCH. JOHNSTON, No. BCortlandt street. CHERlTrsT'sALE. O Maior C. W. BARKER, Auctioneer, will sell at public auction on Thursday, April It), ls7?. at BARKER A CHASE'S Auction Mart, corner of Broadway and Thirty ninth street, at 11 o'clock A. M Two Carriage Horses (black), about lfi'i hands high. Al?o one Landau (Brewster's make), newly don.\ MATTHEW T. BRENNAN, Sheriff. J. Bfrbaciif-h, Deputy. SECOND HAND PARK PHAETON, LIGHT COUPE, Pony Wagon, two Dob Carts, Depot Wa^or, several light Rocknways and Hugulcs; groat variety Ponv Phaetons, Road Wagons and otliT new Spriag styles of carriag-s. MANUFACTURERS' UNION. H.V Broadway. rpo I.ET-A PRIVATE STABLE, COMPLETE. 2?H i West Eighteenth street. Inquire at ?4 Maiden lane. TROTTINO MARES FOR SALE-DARK BAVS, 15^ hands; closely matched; 5 and 8 years old : remark abtv fine style and action ; can trot together In 3 minutes ; sound, kind and right in every way; ownod bv a gentle- ( man having no further nse tor them, and will lie sold ' low. Address box 103 Herald office. j 1ITANTED? A COMPLETE ESTABLISHMENT, ft Horses. Carriage, Harness, Ac. ; must be tlrst cla*s and In good order, with responsible warranty of horses: Landau an I bays preferred; any gentleman having a i fine famllv turnout at a reasonable price niHy address, with full description and lowest pricc, S. C, T., box 1J6 Post ofllce. | 1\rANTED-A SIX-SEAT ROCKAWAY C.VRRIA(iE; W second band; not much used. Address, stating price and where to fee seen, J. A. P., box 24 Post office. WANTED? A LOW WHEELED VEHICLE OR PHAE. YV ton tor one horse, in exchange for splendid Pier Mirror and Cornices; difference in valucwiash. Address BAYAUD, l'J Beaver street. #*. m "ItTANTED? A LANDAULET FOR ONE HORSE; ONE TT that has been but little used and is In gtod order. Address A., box 117 Herald Uptown Krauch office. tlfANTED TO BUY? ONE LIGHT BRETT, ONE LAN dau, two sets Carriage Harness, second hand. Ad dress MA RCI'S, NUFFER A Co., 77 Mutt street. A1Q - EACH?1 THREE HANDSOME NEW EXPRESS ?IP !.<?') Wagons; also 4(1 sots of silver plated Express Harness, all handmade, $25 per set; this property Is worth more money, but must be sold 141 East Sixteenth street i n WIMj BlIY A NIrR BAY I'ONY? SEVEN I 'I "/ years, sound and kind ; a light Expre?s Wagon nnd Harness; very cheap. 2V4 Eighth aveuue. corner a/ Iweuviflilh stmt. IIOKSKK. OAR HI AG KB, JSC. (Si I 1 PL ? OOOD WORK HORSE, BIGHT YEARS, 10 'ipl'TtJ. hand* ; touuil and klml , works single or dou ble ; must be ?<>l<t as (ho owner I wis no work. Call II tbe lufci-r be< r saloon, 267 Went Twenty-fifth street, near Eighth avenue. <t?07 K -TEAM, TRUCK OK FARM nORSES, EIGHT ?P*- 4 ?/. year*, 10 hands: sound ar.ri kind or money returned ; separate if desired ; must sell to clow partner ship. 2ltj West 1 liirty first street. ? n r.:.? v - ? i EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS. ( 'UNARD I 1KB. v- The British and North American Royal Mail steamships, between New York and Liverpool, calling at Cork Harbor. From New York. ?RUSSIA... Wed., April 10 CALABRIA . Rat.. April 19 ?JAVA Weil.. April -3 PARTU1A .Hat., April 26 ?CUBA Wed. . April 31) ?BOOT FA Wed.. Mar 7 ABYSSYSIA. Sat.. May 10 ALGERIA.... Wed., May II BATA VIA ... . Sat, May 17 and every following Wednesday mid Saturday Irom New York, Steamers marked thus ? do not carry steerage passengers. Rutea of Parage? Cabin, $t*o, $100 and $130, gold, ac cording to accommodation. Tickets to Paris, $15, gold, additional. Return tickets on favorable terms. sieer ave, $30, currency. Steerage ticket* from Llverprol and Queenstown, and all parts of Europe, at lowest rater. For freight and cabin passage apply at the company'* ofi'ce, No. 4 Bowling Green; for steerage passoge, at 111 Broadway, Trlnliy Building. CilAKLKS a. FRANCKLYN, Agent. Or to P. H. Dl'VERNET, corncr of Clark and Randolph -frc. Is, < bien<;o. III. NORTn GERMAN LLOYD STEAMSHIP COMPANY, for Southampton and Bremen. Tho steamship DOXAU, Captain H. A. J. Neynaber, will i.:? Saturday, April la, at 2 P. M., from Bremen pier, loot of Third street, Iiohokc.n, to be followed by Steamship BREMEN, Captain F. Klugkist, on Wednes day. April 15. RA+KH OF PASSAGE TO LONDON, HAVRE AND BREMEN, payable in gold or its equivalent in currency. First Cabin $120 Second Cabin 72 Steerage 30 For freight or passage apply to OELBICB8 A CO.. Agent*. No. 2 Bowling Green. 1)A8SBNQBRB PER STEAMSHIP ALGERIA EMBARK from the Cunard wharf, loot of Grand street, Jersey Oi!v, i.i 3 P. V.., on Wednesday. April 9, IS73. CHAS. G. FltANCKLYN. No. 4 Bowling Green, New York. XT ATIONAL LINE OF STEAMERS. _l\ Weekly to Queenstown and -Liverpool; fortnightly to London direct. TO QUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL, from piers 44 anil 47 North Rlvor. FRANCE, Thomson Saturday, April 12, ntS P. M. SPAIN, Grace Saturday, April 19, at 10 A. M. ITAI.Y, Grigs. Saturday, April 2C, at3 P. M. GREECE, Thomas Saturday, May 3, at 10 A. M. FOR LONDON DIRECT. HOLLAND, Bragg Wednesday, April 9, at 2 P. M. IIIESE STEAMSHIPS ARE THE LARGEST IN THE TRADE. Cabin passage, $9!) e.nd $so, currency. Steerage, $29, currency. Prepaid steerage tickets from Liverpool, Queenstown, Londonderry, Glasgow, Cardiff, Bristol or London, CHEAPER THAN BY ANY OTHER LINE. For further information apply at the company's ofllco, 69 Broadway. F. W. J. HURST, Manager. WHITE STAR LINE. FOR QUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL, CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAIL. New and Unli-powered steamships. Sailing from New York on Saturdays, trom Liverpool on Thursdays, calling at Cork Harbor each way. ADRIATIC Saturday, April 19, at 10:3') A. M. B VLTIC Saturday, Anrll 26. at 3 P. M. CELTIC Saturday. Mav3, at 10:30 A. M. OCEANIC Saturday, May 10, at 10:30 A. M. ?From the White Star dock, l'avonia terry, Jersey City. Passenger accommodations (or all classes unrivalled, combluimr safety, speed and comfort. Saloons, stateroom!*, smoking room and bathrooms In midship section, where least motion is telt. Surgeons and Stewardess aacourpany the steamer. Rates? Saloon, $100, gold; steerage, $30 in currency. Those wishing to send for friends in the old country can now obtain steerago prepaid certificates, $32, cur rency. Passengers booked to or from all parts ot America to Paris, Hamburg, Norway, Sweden, India, Australia, China, Ac. Drafts from ?1 upwards. For inspection of plans and other information apply at the companv's omco, 19 Broadway, New York. Bills oi lading issued to Continental ports. J. H. SPARKS, Agent. 1NMAN LINE. 1 For Queenstown and Liverpool. Royal Mail Steamers are appointed to sail as follows:? CITY OF BRISTOL I hursday, April 10,2 P. M. CITY OF BROOKLYN Saturday, April 12, 2 P. M. CITY OP WASHINGTON Thurs lay, April 17, 9 A. M. CITY OF ANTWERP Saturday, April 19, 9 A. M. CITY OF BALTIMORE Thursday, April 114. 2 P. M. CITY OK LONDON Saturday, April 2d, 2 P. M. and each succeeding Saturday and Thursday, from Pior 45 North River. RATES OF PASSAGE. Cabin, %'?") and $U)0, gold, according to accommoda tion. Hound trip tickets at low rates. Steerage, tu Liverpool, Queenstown, Glasgow. London derry, London, Bristol or Cardiff, $30. Prepaid Certif icates, $32, currency. Passengers also forwarded to Havre, Hamburg, Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Paris at reduced rates. Drafts la-ucd at lowest rates. For Cabin Passage and general business apply at the Company's Office, 18 Broadway. For Steerage Passage, at S3 Broadway. JOHN G. DALE, Agent; or to O'Donncll A Faulk, 40i Chestnut street, Philadelphia; M. s. Creagh, 102 StaU< street, Boston; F. C. Brown, 86 South Market street, Chicago; William Inman, Liverpool, and No. 9 Rue Scribe, Paris. UNITED STA E8 MAIL LINE. -STEAM TO QUEENS town and Liver) ool. Sailing every Wednesday. IDAHO, Morgan Irt, at3 P.M. MINNESOTA, Freeman April :!3, at2ij P. M. Fr. in pier 46 North Hirer. Cabin passage, $so gold ; steerage, *.''.o currency. Prepaid tickets, $32 currency. Pas-engers booked to and from Paris. Hamburg, Nor way and Sweden, Ac. Drafts on Ireland, England, France and tiunuanv at lowest rates. Applv to WILLIAMS A OUION, 1:9 Broadway. Anchor link. Steamers sail from pier 2) North River, New York. EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. F.UROPA Hat., April 12 ALEXANDRIA. Wad., Ap. SO TRINACRlA.Wed., April M AUSTRALIA. .Sat., May 3 CALIFORNIA. Sat., Anrll 19 ISM AIL1A. . WoJ , May 7 COLUMBIA. Wed., April 2:1 VICTORIA Sat., May 10 INDIA S:it? April 20 CASTALIA . . .Wed., May H The passenger accommodations on steamers of this line tre'unsurpuMd for elegance ana comfort. Cabin state rimiTK arc all on upper deck, thus securing good ligUt aud reatllation. RATES OF PASSAGE TO GLASGOW, LIVERPOOL OR LONDONDERRY. Saturday steamers. Wednesday steamers. Gold. Currency. Cabins $75 and $66 $7.) and $0'i Cabin return tickets, secur ing best accommodation?. $11) $130 STEERAGE, $30, CURRENCY. Tickets for paasage to or from ?nv seaport or railway station in Great Britain, Ireland or the Continent issued at lowest rate-. DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT AT CURRENT RATES. Company's oftice*. No. 7 Howling Green. New York. HENDERSON BROTHERS, Agent*. Just published, "The Trip to Europe." a magazine of Information tor ocean travellers ; can be lia 1 tree of charge on application. 0 NLY DIRECT LINE TO FRANCE. THE GENERAL TRANSATLANTIC COMPANY'S MAIL STEAMSHIPS BETWEEN NEW YORK AND HAVRE, 0 A I. LI NO AT BREST. The splendid vessels on this favorite route for the Con tinent will .sail from pier No. 00 North Rlvor, as fol lows VILLE DU HAVP.E, Surmont Saturday, April 19 PERE1RE, Dnuro Saturday, May I WASHINGTON, Roussan Saturday, May 17 ST. LAURENT, Lemarie Saturday, May 31 PRICE OF PASSAGE InTiOLD Including wine) TO BREST OR HAVRE. First Cabin, $1^5: Second Cabin, $75. Excursion Tickets at reduced r.itej. These steamers do not carrv steerage pMscnger*. American travellers going io or returning from the Continent of Europe, by t.iklns this line, avoid both transit by English railway an. 1 'the discomforts of er.ns ing the Channel, besides saving time, trouble an I ex pense. OEORQE MACKENZIE, Agent. # Broadway. fTIBB HA M B t ' 1!< I A M 1 1< If A N PACKET COM I' A N V 'S A Iron mall steamshiji HOLSATIA, Captain A. Barcnds, will sail on Friday, April 11, a) 2 P. M., for Hamburg. taking passengers from New York to Plymouth, London, Cherbourg and Hamburg. First Cabin, $12?. Second Cabin, $72. Steerage, $.S0, oayable In United States gold. EUNHARDT a CO., c. B. RICHARD k BOAS, General Agent.-, General Passenger Agents, 81 Broadway. New York. fil Broadway, New York. The SILBWA Will saU April 17. ' (lOOK'S TOURS TO VIENNA. J Klghtvseven different routes, via London, the Rhine. P*ris, Switzerland, Ac., Ac., at great reductions; avail, able by all lines of steamers from American ports. COOK'S ITALIAN TOURS. nearly 100 in number, at reductions ranging from 30 to ?.'> per cent below ordinary prices, combining all parts of Europe with Italy. COOK'S TOURS BOUND THE WORLD. Price $l,, gold (available for going West or East). The regular travelling tickets issued by COOK. SON k JENKINS, 262 Broadway, New York, and Fleet street, London. Special Personally Conducted Party leaves May 10 tor Italy and Vienna (li?i days), from New York; $730, gold, which Includes all expense* tor the tour. ___ Hip?" (1AZE, EUROPEAN TOURIST DIRECTOR, Agent for the l^ndon and North Western Railway Amcri'-an office, No. ti Bowling Green, New YorK. Gaze's Tonrlst Tickets for Europe and the East, by best routes from England, via Calais, Boulogne and Ostend. Uaze's Hotel Coupons, continental and oriental. At lantic passage* secured t,v any line ol steamships. ASSPOBTS. -ambri can "citizens" R KQUIBINO Passport* will apply to THOMAS SADLKR, Notary Public and Commissioner, No. 8 Broad street, New ' ork ; naturalized citizens must produce certificates ol naturali zation. ______ KBMITTANCB8 TO ENGLAND AND IRELAND.? i Drafts for ?1 and upwards and Paasagp Tickets, by steamship and sailing packet, issued at thn lowest r*tM bylAPSCOTl BROTHERS A CO., "*6 Soutli strait. X T NIT ED STATES PASSPORTS.? FOR OFFIOAL PAHS J ports apply to S. B. OOODALK. Notary Public and Commissioner (or the States, No. 5 West Twenty-third street (Filth Avenue Hotel). TTKrrED STITES PASSPORT BUREAU.? OFFICIAL U passports of the Department of state Issued hv A C. WILLM AKTII, United States Court House, 41 Chambers si. ~~ COASTWISE STEAMSHIP*. NrEW YORK AND BERMUDA STEAMSHIP LINE, For Hamilton autl St. Geoyje, Bermuda. The steamship ALBEMARLE, Read, master, will be despatched, from pier 37 North River, an Thursday, April in, at 3 o'clock f. M. For freight or passage (having ole g;iul accommodations; apply to LU NX UKO rilJilW, 28 South street. COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS. PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S Mil. to CALIFORNIA, JAPAN AND CHINA, via Panama, carrying mail*, passengers and freight to Aspinwall, Panama, Santa Martha, ureytown ami Pacific coast of Mexico, Central America, Peru Hlul Chile. April 19, 1873? Steamer OCEAN yUEEN, Captain Re* bury, will leave pier 43 North River, at 12 o'clock noon, for Aspinwall direct, connecting at l'a im iii.t with tho steamer MONTANA, Captain Nolan, touching at Aoa pillcn, MailZHlllllo, Mazatlau, and also connecting tor all Central American and South Paoltlc porta. Departure* of 10th and 'Mill ot each month connect with the com pany's steamer touching at San Hi into, Tonata, Salina Cruz and Port Angel. Steamer CHINA will leave San Francisco April W, 18711, tor Japan and China. For rates of parage, freight and nil farther Information apply at company's oillec oil the pier, loot of Canal 9trect. P. R. BABY, Agenf. /COLUMBIAN MAIL STEAM PACKET LINK, FOR Matanzas and Havana, carrying the United State* mall.? Tho first class sidcwhecl steamship s A NTIAOO HE CUBA, Captain J. W. Reynolds, will sail from pier No. 4 North River on Tuesday, April 1A, at S P. M. For freight or passage apply to C. L. OUILLliAl ME A CO., Agent', 14 H roadway. CAM AN A. -FOR Pl'HRTV PLATA. SAMASA AND ST. O Domingo City. The United States mall steamship TYHHK, Captain B. A. Delnncy. will leave pier No. 4 North River on Thursday, April 17, at 3 I*. M. Bills of ex change i'ii I'ueria Plata, Sam a nil and St. Domingo Cityj in sums to suit purchasers, for salo. For freight or passngo apply to SlWt'bRD BROTHERS A CO., 29 BroadwaT. TTNITRIl ST ATEB MAIL TO HAVANA A N D M E X I CO I J HAVANA, PROGRKSO AND VERA CRUZ. New York and Mexican Mail steamship Line, leaving pier No. 3 North River, at 3 P. M. EVERY THURSDAY. CITY OF MEXICO (Havana and Mexico) April l<1 CITY OF HAVANA (Havana only)..,. Apr! 117 CITY uF MERIDA (Havana only) April Jl CLEOPATRIA (Havana ami Mexico) Mayl CITY OF HAVANA (Havana only) MuytJ For freight or passage apply to F. ALEXANDRE SONS, 31 Broadway. N IT El) STATES AND BRAZIL MAIL STEAMSHIP Company. The elegant sercw steamship M ERHIMACK, 2,0')0 tons burden, Ca|itain W. Weir, will sail for St. Thomas, Para, Pernambuco, Bahla and Rio de Janeiro, on Wednesday, April 23, at 3 o'clock P. M., from pier 43 North River. For freight or passage apply to W. K. GARRISON, Agent, No. ft Bowiing Green. *TEW YORK AND HAVANA DIRECT MAIL LINE. These first class steamships will sail every Tuesday at! P. M.,from pier 13 North Hiver (foot of Cedar street), foe Havana direct, as follows Steamship CRESCENT I'il'Y Tuesday, April U Steamship WILMINGTON Tuesday, April li Steamship MOItltO CASTLE Tuesday, April 23 For freight or passage (having magnificent accommoda tions) apply to WILLIAM P. CLYDE A CO., _ 119 Wall street D. M'ICELLER, Agent in Havana. FOB NEW ORLEANS DIRECT " MERCHANTS' STEAMSHIP LINE, from pier No. & North River, at 3 o'clock P. M. SHERMAN, on SATURDAY April 12. Freight rocelved daily. Through rates given for St Louis, Vickslinrg, Mobile, Galveston and Indianola. For freight or passage (having superior accommoda tions) apply lo FREDERIC BAUB, 90 Broadway. OR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT The Cromwell Steamship Line, The steamship CORTES, Captain Frank Kcmhle, will leave pier 9 North River, on Saturdav, April 12, at 3 P. M. Freights received daily. Through rates given to Galveston, Indianola. Kockfort or Aran.ias wharf, Brazos. Santiago and St Louis. Cabin passage. $50; steerage, $25. For freight or pas sage apply to CLARK it SEAMAN, fid West street. FOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT. -THE STEAMER GEN? ERAL SEDGW ICIC, Captain Evans, will leave pier 21 East River, April 16, at 4 I'. M. Freight received dally. Through rates given to Galveston, Indianola, Rockport or Aranzas wharf, Brazos, Santiago ami St. Loui*. Cabla passage, $50; steerage, $25. For trcight or passage apply to , C. H. MALLORY .4 CO., 15! Maiden laie. Texas line"cTf~oa lveston steam ers, touch"' ingat Kef West, carrying tiie United States mail. The steamer CITY OF AUSTIN, Captain Eldrldge, I* now receiving freight at pier 20 East River, and wiil sail Saturday, April 1;'. Through bills of lading given fo Houston, either by tha G. II. and II. I!. R. or by tho Houston Direct Navigation Company, and to all points on the (>alveston, Houston' and Henderson and B. H. and C. Railroad. No charge for forwarding ill New York. For freight or passage apply to C. H. malloAy .V co,, 153 Maiden lane, or W._P. CLYDE, 119 Wall street, IjlOR NORFOLK, CITY POINT AND RICHMOND ? The Old Dominion Steamship Company will despatch front pier 37 North River their elegant steamship RICH. MUNI), Lawrence, for Norfolk, City Point and Rlch-j niond, on Thursday, April 10, at 3 P. M., giving through bills of lading to all point- South and Southwest. Through passenger tickets Issued to all points. Accommodation* iiiiwiiialled. Apply at pier 37, or a', the general ofllce, lift Greenwich street, comer of Dey. TltAVlX^KHS' ?ggHfe will resume their place l' ."y "verhauled and entirely &d wl\h8. ve?ry npplWtncn tor^.e^ PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. Trains leave New York, Iroin foot of Dcsbrosses and Corlandt streets, us follows:? Express ror Harrlsburir, PitMburg, tho West and Booth. wlUi I'll II man Palace Car* attached, at 9:30 A.M. ; ft. 7 and H -JO P. M. Sunday, X 7 .nut 8 :3 > P. M. Poi" Baltlmoro, Washington and the South at 9 A. *.;*J and 9 P.M. Sunday, t) P. M. Express lor Philadelphia, i, 9, 9 :30 A. M. ; 12:30, 1.4,5.5. 8:30, 9 P. M. ami 12 night. Sunday, rt. S:3iJ and 9 P. M. For Philadelphia, via Kensington, at 7 A. M. and 2 P. M. Emigrant and second class, 7 :1ft P. M. For Newark at 0, 6 iW, 7, 7:40. 8:10, 9. 10, 11, 11 :l") A. M..;, 12, 1. 2, 2 :30, S, 3 :20, 3:40, 4:10, 4:3), 8:10, 5: JO. ft: V), S:.V>, <!, 6:10,6:30,7. 7:30, 8:10.9, 10, 11:30, IJ P. M. Sunday, ft :*>, 6, 8.10,9 1'. M. ' ' For Elizabeth. 6, ? :31, 7, 7 : 4 ?. <*. <* :10, 9, 10, 11, 11 :40 A. M.. 12 M.. 1*30, 1, 2, 2 :30, 3, 3 :2H, :40. 4, 4 ID, 4 :31. 5 :1), ft :30* ft :??, 6, 0 :Hl, 6?), 7 :30, 1 :10, 10, 11 :3'>, 12 P. M. .Sunday, ft :20. C and H :10 P.M. ' F?r Railway, C :T0, 7, 8 :10, 9 1 ) and 1 ) A. M., 12 M., 1, 2, ' 2 3, S :2d, 3 :40, i :10, 4 ), ft :2 1, 5 : > ). ft -M, 6, li :30, 7 8 :10. ' 10 P. M., ami 12 night Suudar, 0:30 and 0 P. M. For Woodbrldge and Perth Amboy, 0 aad 10 A. M.,2 :3),' 3:10, 4:30 and 5:V) I*. M. For New Brunswick, 7. 1) A. M., 12 M., 1,2. 4:10, 5: ML' 6, 9 P. M. and 12 nitfht. Sunday, o and !) P. M. For East Millstone, 7 A. M., 12 noon. 4 :10 and ft:!') P. M. For I. "inbertville and Flcmlngton, 9 A. M. and 2 P. M. For Philipshurg and Belvidere. 2 and 4 P. M. Acconiniodatloii for Bordontown, Burlington and Cam den, 7 and 9 JO A. M., 12:30,2,3, 3:40, 4 and 6 P. M. For Freehold, 7, s a. M? 2 ami ? 1'. M. For Jameshurg, Pemhcrton, Camden, 6 A. M,, 3:40 P. M. Trains arrive as follows:? Pittsburg, tl:S0 A.M.. 1 :03 P. M., dally, 10:14 A. M. and 6:31 P. M., daily, except Monday. From Washington and Baltimore, 0 :4") A M., 4:.M, 10 :12 P. M. Sunday, 6 : 40 A. M. From Philadelphia, ft :21, 6 :90. 10 :1 ?, It :i<t, 1 1 :54 A. M. 2 :U, 8:54, 6:04, 8:11 P. M. Sunday, ft :21. 6:40, 11:04 A. M. Ticket offlee*. ftld 433, 27 1 and 9H Broadway; No. I Astor n. a.? and loot of Desbr and Cortlandtstroetj. Emigrant Ticket office. No. 8 Battery place. _ . A. J. Cassatt, D. M. BOYD. Jr., General Manager. General Passon.'er Agent. DItY GOOD)*. HAIR! IIAIfl! II AIR ! The largest jtock of Human Hair Goods in the city at SHAW'S, 362 Bowery, between Fenrth and oreat Jones streets, and 363 Sixth avenue, between Twenty-sccond and Twenty third streets, up stairs. SIIAW'S Patent Hair Switches. can be combed ind brushed, $1 each. Human Hair, cheapest and best lit the market. Short Hair Switches, each and upwards. French Switches. 85. Curls, 51 and upwards. Latest stylo* always on hand. J.YItlS. _ An Petit St. Thomas, Rue cte Bae, 27, 29, 31, 33, 3#; Hue <!s l'L'nlversit-:. This house, established upwards i>f 50 vear?. Is unlver -all\ known and famed as one of the fiist establishments in Paris, in which thorough confidence may be placed. In Its immense premises, which nil foreigner* should visit, wilt be found, at the lowest prices, tho most com plete assortment of Silks, flrst novelties; India and French Cashmere Shawls, Woollens. Lace-, Lingerie, Ready-made article tor Indies, Mantles, Cloaks. I'urs. Cotton and Threa 1 Stint's, Hosiery, Glove-, Ilil In tis, Tr:ntmin|ts, Carpet*, Artiei?sot Furniture, , . English a.-sistants. Wedding Outfits. Fixed Price* s PEi 1 AL NOT!' 'K. The great Kibbon sale r. ir. ma'. v a 00. will continue all this week. R II. MACV A CO., Fourteenth street an 1 sixth avenue. CJMITH'S PATTKKM BAZAAR, 914 BROADWAY, NEAR O Twentieth street. ? N? w designs NEW IMPORTED styles, Muitlc Costume, beautltul Toilets. Patterns, with cloth models, now readv. COME EARLY. POST OFFICE SOT11E. 1>OHT OFFICE NOTICE.? THE M vlLS FOR EUROPE, during the week ending Saturday. April 12, ihjs, will' close at this office oil Wednesday at 11 M . ; on Thursday at 4 P. M . and on Saturday at 11 A. M T. L. JAMES, Postmaster. ' . yachts, steamboats, JH ? 1/OR SALE? A NEW PROPELLER STEAM YACHT, ,*? _ with double engine, surface condenser, .?c. i owner in Europe. Address for particulars F. W. P., box Post Ottlce. tpOR H \ LE- A ?;??<? I ? SLOOP; WII.'L CARRY EKIHTV tons inii !eet 10 Inches of ? ater : would be suitable for lightering purposes. Apply at 313 Ihird avenue, cor ner rtfMeth itn ? t i?OR HALS? A SMALL" - ? I ? v I . I : . CARRIES H r tons; suitable for oyster or market boat. Cun be see it atC. WINAN'I'S spar yard. Biuhwlek Creek, Oreenpoint. I loll f^ALE? THE si, out' YACIIT A DIME, IN COM. plete order. Address box 1,117 Xew York Post office. TjlOR SA1.E? THE SCHOnNER NELLY BLOOMFIEI.D, r of Stamfnril. Conn. ?'an be seen at WM. BOGUS' shipyard. Oreennolnt, L. 1^ _ ___ 1~7ioR SALE. VERY LOW-STEAMBOAT KENT * Islam! ; is about 160 feet in lcmtth ; draw* ft feet of water; 390 tons: was used last on t'hesaieako Bay route. Address W. H. H ARR1SON, l?0 West Foarteenth street. THE ' CI M! it A fBD ( .UNA WOOD OIL FOR SPARS and bright Wvrk, for sale in quantities to suit pnr? chasers 1'UIU.VM't.H UiUlA. 22 Old slin, ^

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