Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 18, 1873, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 18, 1873 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. WHOLE NO. 13, 389." 'NEW YORK, FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1873.-TR1PLE SHEET. PRICE FOUR CENTS. DIRECTORY FOR ADVERTISERS* AMrREMF.NT.s- Ninth Page? Fourth, fifth and sixth col umns. . . . AST Ro LOGY? Ninth Page? Second column. MILLIARDS? Twelfth Page? Sixth column. BOARDERS WANTiD? Second Pace? Fourth and fifth columns. BOARD AND LODGING WANTED? Second P AGE? Fifth column. BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE? Second Page? First ami .second columns. BUSINESS OPPORIUNITIES-Ninth Pack? Third col umn. BUSINESS NOTICES? Seventh Pace? Sixth column. CIGARS AND TOBACCO ? Eleventh Page? Sixth col umn. CITY REAL ESTATE FOR SALE-SECOND Page? Plr?t column. _ CLERKS AND SALESMEN? Eleventh Page ? Fourth and tltth column*. CLOTHING? Twelfth PAox-Sixth column. COACHMEN AND GARDENERS? Eleventh Pace? Fifth and Hixth columns. . ^ COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS ? First] age ? Fifth and sixth coluinas COPARTNERSHIPS? Eighth Pace? Fiflh column. COUNTRY BOARD? Second Page? Filth column. DENTISTRY? First Page? Sixth column. DRY GOODS? First Page? Fourth column. DWELLING HOl'SKS TO LET. FURNISHED AND UN Ft/RMSHED? Twelfth Page? Sccoud and third columns. EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS? First Page? Fifth column. FIN ANCIAL? Eigutu Pace? Filth column. _ FOR HALE? Second Pace? Sixth column. m FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? Twelfth Page? Third column. FURNITURE? Twelfth Pack? sixth column. FRENCH ADVERTISEMENTS ? 'Eleventh PACS? Sixth column. HELP WANTED? FEMALES-Eleventh Page? Third and fourth columns. HELP WANTED? MALES? Eleventh Page? Sixth col umn. HORSES, CARRIAGES, AC.? First PACE-Second, third and fourth columns. HOTELS? Second Pace? Ftftli column. HOUSES, ROOMS, AC., WANTED-First PAGE-Slxth column. INSTRUCTION? Ninth Pah*:? Second column. JERSEY CITY, UOUOKEN, HUDSON CITY AND BER OKN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE? Second 1'age? Kccond col uiii ii. LECTURE SEASON? Ninth Pack? Fourth column. LEGAL NOTICES ? Fir A Pack ? Fourth column. l.OAN OFFICES? Second Page? Sixth column. LOST AND FOUND-First Pace? First column. MACHINERY? Second Pack? Sixth column. MARBLE MANTELS? Ninth Pack? Second column. MATRIMONIAL? Ninth 1' Acs-Third column. MiiDICAI.? Second Pace? Sixth column. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS? Truth I'ACE Eixth column. _ . . MISCELLANEOUS? Ninth PACE-Thlrd column. MUSICAL ? Ninth Page? Fourth column. NEW PUBLICATIONS? Seventh Pace? sixth column. PERSONAL? First Page? First column. PIANOFORTES, GROANS, AC.? Ninth Pace? Third col PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED? FEMALES? Eleventh Page? Third column. PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO RENT? Second* Pace? Second, third and fourth col umns. _ . . REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE? Second 1'age? Fourth column. _ _ . REAL ESTATE WANTED? Second Page? Fourth column. REWARDS? First Page? Second column. SALES AT AUCTION? Twelfth Page? Fourth, fifth and sixth co'ninns. _ _ SITUATIONS WANTED-r- FEMALES? Eleventh Pack? First, second anil third columns. SITUATIONS WANTED? MALES? Eleventh 1'age? Fourth column. SPECIAL NOTICES? First Page? Second column. SPORTING? DOGS, BIRDS, AC.? First Pace? Second column. STALLIONS? First Page? Second column. STORAGE? Twelfth Pace? Sixth column. SUMMER RESORTS? Second Pack? Filth column. THE TRADES? Eleventh Pace? sixth column. THE TURF? First Pace? Second column. TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES? Twelfth Pack? First ?nd sccoud columns. TRAVELLERS' GUIDE? First Page? Sixth column. UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? Twelfth Page ? Third and fourth column". WANTHD TO PURCHASE? Ninth 1'age? Third column. WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OR TO LET? Second Pace ? Second column. YACHTS, STEAMBOATS, AC.? Ninth Page? Second col umn. 1IK1CAM> BRANCH OFFICE- UPTOWN. ADVERTISEMENTS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD RECEIVED AT THE BRANCH OFFICE, 1,205 BROADWAY. WEST SIDE, BETWEEN THIRTY-FIRST AND TITIRTY SECOND STREETS. ADVERTISEMENTS ARE RECEIVED FROM 8 A. M. TILL 9 P. M. ON WEEK DAYS (SUNDAYS, 2 TILL 9 P. M.), AT OFFICE RATES. NO EXTRA CHARGE OF ANV KIND. PARIS AGENCY OF THE NEW YORK HERALD. m?S8SR& KREMER A 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~THIS PAPER TO PARTIES REQUIRING THEM. B E PERSONAL. RUNETTE? 8END PHOTOGRAPH TO POSTOFFICE box and arrange meeting. Disappeared from her home, Saturday morning, April f, sullering, it is (eared, under tem porary aberration of mind, Mrs. E. Beardsley ; she Is of lair, clear complexion, gray eyes, mixed gray hair, unite thin, in ight about ft icet 2 inelie\ slightly huilt; age be tween 4 > and M) ; i|iiiet mannered uml low voiced ; dressed in black. Anv tntormntio>i regarding her will lie thank fully received and liberally rewarded by tier afllicted friends, nt 216 Mouth Fourth street, Brooklyn, E. D. DWARD SHERIDAN, FORMERLY OF SOUTH 'J Orange, N. J., please address G. P. O., llernld office. I" fit GENE? HAVE BEEN our OF TOWN; RECEIVED !i note; will meet at the Argyle matinee to-morrow ?lire. TABBY.. ENRY? HE WILL NOT BE THERE TO-DAY. SAN FORD. ARI.KM? FOURTH AVENUE AND TWENTY eighth street to-day (Friday), at sninc time. 7d2. Lizzie -you have mv sympathy, if you need money or a 1 vice jour secret will be safe with J. H. IOTTIE? MEET ME SATURDAY AT 5 P. M., OLD J place. JESSIE R. I EFT HOME ON FRIDAY. APRIL 11? A BOY 12 J years old, named Anson Steel; dark pa?K gray jacket, lappets tiiced with black silk ; gray cloth bat ; large hazel eves, brown hair. Any information concern inir liiin will f>e liberally rewarded by his partnis, 1,229 Chcstiiut street, Philadelphia, Y aw N P RECIOU8 DARLI NG? I AM ILL; CO ME to me. YOUR BRUNETTE. MR. THOMAS JAM KS SLOAN, ENGINEER, IS RE spectlully asked to coinmiiuicate with A. D., Herald office. K H M Mary gillmore (Fitzgerald>, formerly in Brooklyn, yoMr cousin would like to tea you. Ad dress I'll A NT K, box I'J'J Herald office. Missing?since Wednesday. 9th inst., adolf R. K. Fxlck. aged 59: hair and lull beard, both very gray ; heights teet Id. Dress? Pdack Alpine hat, In avv brown overcoat, uray undercoat and vest, narrow dsrk striped pant?, high Bsltnoi nl shoos. Information concern ing liim will be thankfully received and rewarded by Ills lamily at 2n Orleans street. Newark, N. J. P-TIME THIS AFTERNOON H ALF-PAST FOUR. IF ? Inconvenient, to-morrow, halt-past three, certain. F. PIG-MEET ME AT FOURTEENTH STREET A>D Seventh avenue, to-day. at 4 P. M. GRAPES. J 1 I.LI A M MPLLEK WILL LEARN SOMETHING nt advantage by addressing W. W., H rahl office. TV ILL THE l.ADY WHO FAILED TO KEEP AN EN t? gac ment with a gentleni'in about two years ai;r>, and also tailed yesterday, meet him nt II o'cloclt A. M. ou Saturday, at the corner where lie last left her ? f/INGA? ADDRESS POST OFFICE BOX, APPOINT Ing Interview. z _ Q I Til STREET -WRITE AS DIRF.CTEB YOU LAST O"! Monday evening. Address THIRTY-FOURTH STREKT, Herald Uptown Branch office. I.OMT AND FOUND. IJOCND? ON MONO \Y MORNING. APRIL 1L ' A 1 larne Newfoundland Dor nt tlie corner Third and Hamilton avenues, Brooklyn; the owner have the sumo liv piiyintf all <!ic e spenses Inqtilrc nt fi6 Maiden lane, New York, nl' Mr. SCHENCK. I08T? ON WEDNESDAY Ml! FIT, APRIL lrt. A j double ca?od, round, black oynx I ockdt. fox's head rut on both ca?e.*, sol with diamond eves. Kinder Will ho literally rewarded by leaving It nt No. I Astor place. I OUT? IN SIXTH AVE NCR, NEAR EIOflTEENTH J street, n black Portcinonuaie, eotitninlntr a i?ont ISd. T hi finder will be suitably rewarded rn returning It to 8> Maiden lane. _____ " _____ IOST-A CERTIFIED CHECK ON THE MERCHANTS' j Nntlntial Hank tor tin.l?'i **!?. drawn bv Messrs. Mar rtn Frit?, to the order of and endorsed by.'. B. Ford A Co. The Under will be rewarded by l-avlnn the game at the* office of HATCH & KOOtK, U Wall street. IOST-Y EVTKRDAY "MORNING, NEAR THE CORNER l of Huh avenue and Thirty -eighth street, i bunch of Keys (A reward will be nnld for tliuir leturn to bo* lil llcrald Uptown Branch offlce. ______ ]OJT? PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD DEPOT, ,tER J ney City, Tuesday rrornlng, gold chain, Eyeglass, Pencil, Cro?s attached. Finder will be rewarded by leav ing rame at Jersey (ity Steel Work*. I08T-ON TUESDAY. A BLACK AND TA Jf, ANSWER* J lui* to the name of Minnie. A liberal rewapn Will he rai l ?>y returning her to 31 Kust Thirty-second Htrcet, be tween Madtaon and Fourth avenues. 10 ST.? ON WEDNESDAY K VENINO,#APRiL M. BE J tween Twenty-fifth and Eighteenth str< et*, or at Trinity chapel, u Kuvia Leather Tur.<-c A liberal reward will be paid by returning It to 5 ) West Tweaty-flrth street T 0!T? ON WEDNESDAY BVENINO, AIMltL K I j between Christopher street ferry nnd Firth Avcnne Vols', Eighth avenue ear ami Twcnfy-thlrd street u gold Ear *.ne The tinder will !??? liberally rewarded by leav ing t ie same at 15 Dey street nr a-* West Thirty-ninth st. 1u T? APRIL 17, ISTS. a PAUAOI TICKET, FROM J I ouisvilie, Ky , to Liverpool; second class ( assa^c. The Under >* ill I"' liberally rewunW-d by loavtug it at the JUbbv Hotel, W and W W' Of fell street. BEWAHDR. dfe-in REWARD.-STOLEN, FROM JERSEY CITY, ON if) 1U Wednesday, 16th Inst., a white Esquimaux Spitz Do?: tiMwi-rt to name ot Tidy or Dandy. Any person re turning htm to H'J Jersey uvenue, Jersey City, will re ceive tne above reward and the owner's thanks. P. FLOOD. (fclfl REWARD. ? LOST, IN VICINITY OF TWENTY ?F JLU flrst street, a Cane marked "I. (lowland, Boston.'' The above reward will be paid upon its being returned to No. 1 Graniercy Park. SPECIAL NOTICES. -HERALD BRANCH OFFICE, BROOKLYN, ? corner ot' Kulton nvenue an I Hoertim street. Open Iront (< A. M. to 9 I*. M. Oil Suaday irom :i to V P. M. ALL OFFICERS. SAILORS AND SOLDIERS WOUND ed, ruptured oi Injured, however sllghtlv, arc enti tled to pension. Address or apply to Or. E. it. JACKSON, late surgeon I'niti d ^ tate* Navy, No. 4 New Chambers St. AIiariks (PBICBS SEDUCED), SOLE aoent Of ? Royal Havana Lottery, 685 Broadway : box 4.909 Fostofflee, New York. Dealers .supplied. Circulars mailed free. A? HAVANA LOTTERY DRAWINOS ON FILE.? ? April 22 the extraordinary Havana. JOSEPH BATES, Broker, 196 Broadway, room 4. A -HAVANA LOTTERY.? PRIZES CASnED AND i information furnished. Circulars tree. JOSEPH BATES A CO.. 71 Broadway, room SL flrst floor. A? FURNITURE OF FAMILIES MOVED IN CITY . or country ; Furniture and Pianofortes boxed and shipped; storage lor furniture, Ac. O. & F. BUKNHAM, 115 West Eleventh street, near sixth avenue. /""I OLD A Nil SILVER AND ARTICLES CONTAINING lX gold bought at market prices; Polishing, Filter ana Photograph Papers hurncl and smelted by Refiner SCHAWKL, 25 John street. H_ AVANA LOTTERY.? EXTRAORDINARY DRAWING April. German State Lotteries. Circulars mailed free. KUHLMANN A- CO., Bankers, 85 Nassau street; box 3,586 Post office. Kentucky state lotteries? 11 ,000,000 is drawn dally s 12J? per cent allowed by B. NATIIAN, No*. 4 Gilsc.v Building, Corfrendt street; branch otticc, 612 Broadway. FF1CIA I. DRAWINGS KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERIES. KKNTCCKY- f-XlllA CLASS NO. 2H1? APRIL 17, 1873. 17, 10, 38. 09, 44, 81, 57, 19, 73, 3i>. ."3. BIKTICKV? CLASS NO. 2ffi? APRIL 17, 1873. 44, 18, 7, 25. 41, f>y. 77, 12, 13, 3X. 37, 75, ?1. SIMMONS A CO., Managers, Covington, Ky. (BUTT rOLLKCS? KXTHA CI ASS NO. 1C1? IPMl 17, 1873. 2:', 56, 61, II, 73. IK, 75, 30, 52, 4. 6fi. fl'EllY COLLKCK? f I.AfS NO. 182? APRIL 17, IMS. 66 , 34, 76, 66, f.0, 4' 6. 8, C,9, 111. 77, 59, 63. FMITH A CO., Monngcrs, Covington. Ky. _ . _ , CLt'lE, Broker, IlOBroadway. Tost offico box 4,96!>. ' F:.\T MACHINERY ON EXHIBITION AT LUXTON'S offlce, cortier Palisade avenue and Congress (late Warren) street, Jersey City Height!, New Jersey. Royal Havana lottery.? the extraordi nnry drawing will take place the 22d inst. Dealers supplied. Prices reduced considerably. S. SERpA, 73 Wall street. 0 83 QUFFERKRS FKOM A CERTAIN SECRET PRACTICE C? sklliullv treated; treatment fVce to tlio~o who nre poor. Call on or write to It. C. SHELDON, 107 West Fifteenth sti eet. rno RAILROAD COMPANIES AND CONTRACTORS.? JL The Titan Iron Works manufacture Equipments, as Frogs, Switches, Crossings, 'l urn Tables, Bridge Iron Work, Construction Cars and general Iron Work. For information and prices address STEELE A CONDICT, Jersey City. ~~ D ROYAL SAXON GOVERNMENT LOTTERY, AT Leipsic, Germany. No. 4U.7:!fi, rold through this office. drew, according to coble dc.-jatch received. on the flrst day or drawing, fifth e'.ass, April 15, 5,000 Prussian 'I'halers. The drawing will continue to May 3. Koyal Havana Lottery, Extra Drawing, April 22. First Prize $500,000 Second Pri/.e 100,000 Third Prize 60,000 Two Prizes, each ot 25,000 Four Prises, each of 10,<KK) Twelve Prizes, each of 5,000 and others. Total, 16,000 Tickets and 2,0i?7 Prizes. Cliy of Hamburg and Brunswick Government Lotteries. Prizes cashed ami information given. THhODOR ZSCHOCII, Post office box 6,080. 110 Nlml street, New York. dJ?CQQ CQQ IS DRAWN DAILY IN THE LEGAL ized Kentucky Lotterv. Royal Havana and Kentucky Circulars tree; 12^ cants commission al lowed. Address HALEY A CO. (office established 30 years), 174 Broadway. SPORTISIU-I)(t(iS, IIIRDS, AC\ A? FOB PALE. ALL KINDS < FANCY DOGS. ? Birds, Ac.; Medicines for all difeates, Prepared Fond foriiHicking birds, ut B. G. DOVEY'S. No. 3 Greene street, near Canal. Swans, golden and silver pheasants re celvcd bv the importer ot animals, Ac. LOL'13 RUHE, 9? Chatham street. THE TCRF. rno LET? FLEETWOOD PARK CLUB HOUSE. AP A ply at the park or lit Wall street W. H. VANCOTT, Superintendent. STALLIONS. Edward everett, the sire ok joe elliott, who trotted last Rummer on Mvstic Park m 2;15!i (tho fastest mile ever trotted, either in public or private), aino of Commodore Vailderbilt's .Mountain liny, who trotted in 2 and of Judge F ullerton, who liu*' trotted in 2:2V?, will make the peason at the tarin of William Keetch, net>r Ooshcn, Orange county, N. V. For further particulars gee the "I'urf, Field and Farm." HORSES CARRIAGE?. ?#C. A? MAJOR CHARLES W. BARKER, AUCTIONEER. . IMMENSE CLOSING Of f SALE, on account ol the widening of Bread war, OK THE ENTIRE STOCK OK Horses, Carriages. Harness, Ac., contained at BARKER A CHAFE'S CITY AUCTION MART and NEW YORK TATTERSALLS, corner ot Broadway and Thirty -ninth street, ON SATURDAY AND MONDAY. APRIL 19 AND 21, AT 12 O'CLOCK. Tho stock comprise* 30 head ot liigh-hrcd Trotters, Roadsters, Business and Family Horses, just arrived from Monroe county. fixty Carriages, comprising top and no top road Wagons, I'ark and Pony Phaetons, depot, express and "business Wagons; doutde and finale Harness, Blankets, Robes, Whips, llaiters, Ac. ; In lact everything in the horse line. Among the Horses to be sold are the fast and very handsome chestnut mare Lady Walkley, sired bv Rob Roy, dam by Kclipsc; is 16J? high, H years old, elegant driver, warranted to trot in 2:&u and warranted sound and kind. Fcautilut and speedy black trotting Marc, Fox Hunter stock ; U, 'j high, ii years old, stvlisli ilnver, warranted to trot in 2 :A0 and warrantee hound and kind. High-bred golden sorrel fielding, sired by Gold Dust; Hi high, 7 years old, extra fine handy driver, warranted to trot ill 2:50 and warranted sound and kind. Fast black Mars, Black Hawk stock; lS^j high, 6 vears old. very gainey driver, warranted to trot iu 3 minuted and warranted connl und kind. Elceant chestnut Gelding, Fux Hunter stock ; 1SW high, 6 years old, handy driver, warranted to trot in 2 Wand warranted sound and kind. Handsome chestnut Mare, sired by Phillip Allen, he by Ethan Allen: IS1* high: 0 years old ; splendid driver; warranto I to trot In and warranted round and kind The ltl?h bred bay Hamblet mian gelding Judge Sliel don, sired by Iron Duke; Iftji high ; 7 years old ; extra tine driver; perfectly gre< a und warranted to trot in 2:13 and warranted sound and kind. The celebrated road gelding Flash, sired by Major Ed sill; 15'.| hlftli ; 6 years old; tr-e and easv driver; war ranted to trot In 2 :4ti, and warranted sound and kind. Fast bay Mare, sired by Henry Clay, dam by (ieneral Clark ; I5l, hlirh : 5 years old ; gamey driver; warranted tn trot in ^ minutes, and warranted sound and kind. The speedy brown trotting gelding Clav Boy, sired by Henry Clay.'lfi1, high, 7 voars old ; solenoid driver ; war ranted t" trot in 2 and w arranted sound and kind. Fine bay gelding, IV. high, t; years old ; prompt driver ; trots close to S minutes; unsurpassed tor tumily use, and warranted sound and kind. The handsome and extra combined block saddle and harness mare Cricket. 15 high, 5 years old : very stylish driver: fine under saddle, and warranted sound "and Fine large block coupe Horse, 1C high, 7 years ol.l ; flne action and appearance, and warranted sound and kind. Elegant and extra combined bay saddle and harnes.) Gelding, Kentucky bred. 15', high, great style and ac tion, elegant driver, splendid under >n.1dlo, flowing man" und tall and warrant d sound and kind. Hand-oine bloeky-bullt brown Mnre, high, 6 vears <dd, tine, stylish driver, can trot in :< minutus and war ranted sound and kind. llardsome bay Gelding, l.V^ h'gii, 7 year* old, prompt and iinmey driver, can trot iu ;> minutes tin I warranted sound and kind. Fast brown (leldiOf, l,V? high, 7 years old. elegant driver, can beat 3 nunutes and warranted sound and kind. Description ofbalan"e in Monday's Herald. Sale ot Carriages, Harness, 4c., on Saturday. Pal.* of Horses on Monday. Stock now on exhibition. A ROCKAWAY WAGON, IN GOoD CONDITIO*, J\ for S?ie ct'eap. 18 Morton street, in stable. A MAJOR CIIAS. W. BARKER, AUCTIONEER. . ATTEND THE GREAT r>ALK TO MORROW (SATURDAY) APRIL 19. AT 12 O'CLOCK, AT BARKER A CHASE'S CITY AUCTION MART AND NEW YORK TATTERS ALL'S cornet of Broadway and Thirty-ninth street, Ot the immenie sto-k of CARRIAGES, HARNESS, BLANKETS, ROBES, WHIPS, HALTERS, Ac. The S'.i c!t comprises sixty toti and no top Road Wagons, , Depot, Express and Business Wagons, Dog Carts, Buck* ! sways, park ami pony Phaetons, Ac.. A". ; In ta' t, every i ftvle ol vehicle known to the riding public. I riie sale ol the Monroe county Mors s takes place on Monday next. Bee th* descriptions in this column. Sale positive, on account, ot the widening ol Broadway. "T"? NO SHENANIGAN. A, NO PAPER TROTTI'.US. HFEED W A FRAN ri'.D. ON MONDAY, APRIL 21, AT U O'CLOCK, ? a i barker a ch a.he*s CITY AUCTION MART AND NEW YORK T \TTRR * ALL'S, corner of Broadway an, I Thirty ninth street, NlAli HEAD OF HIGH BRED TftOTTEilS und Roadsters, warranted to trot in from 2 :4d to 3 minuter. The b.iliinei all desirable roadsters end family horses. fee the descriptions in thfj column T!ie grent sale oM'srrtnges. Ac., takes pl?C?t To MORROW, nt 12 o'clock. A LARGE ASMIRI'MKNT OF PONY PHABToNS, u. top and no top, at prices to jnlt the times ; two tot. fide bar second band Wagons, hung low; Sulkies and Skeleton V aeons, Depot Wagons, Rockaways, ext. nsion t,,p rfisetons, Victorias, six seat Hockuways, 10 Express Wagons. Harness, Blankets, Ac. WM. il. GRAY, Wand 22 Wooetcr street. HOR8B9, ( ARUIAGEH, <6C. ^ At auction, this day, by WILLIAM VAN TAS.sELL, AUCTIONEER (SUCCESSOR TO JOHNHTON A VAN TASSELL), HORSE AM) 0 ARK I AGE AUCTION MART, no, 112 and 1H EAST THIRTEENTH STREET, NEAR Fourth Avenue. REGULAR BALES (IF HoKSKS AND CARRIAGES EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. Twenty-four to forty-eight hours given to purchasers to test warranties. CATALOGUE OF THIS DAY'S (FRIDAY'S) SALE, AT 12 O'CLOCK. ELEGANT PRIVATE ESTABLISHMENT? TEAM BAY Horses, I.V4 hands high, 6 years old ; kind and true in nil harneta. both excellent taddlc horses, free from vice or trick ; splendid roadsters, trot 111 'Mi minutes together; ? re very sty UmIi* ttiid handsome, ana warranted round, kind and true. Also set gold-mounted Harness, made by Campbell; and ? VICTORIA, BlTT LITTLE USED, BUILT BY WOOD Bros. SPLENDID TEAM OKAY nORSES, 18 HANDS HIGH, 7 years old ; kind iiud true in all harness, free from vice or fault, fast travellers; have. Hue style and action; tear nothing ; arc in every respect a first class carriage team ; warranted sound. Also set tine Double Harness and ELEGANT LANDAULETTE, NEARLY NEW, BUILT by De ma rest A Co. PONY ESTABLISHMENT -BAY MARE, 7 YEARS old; kind and true in all Harness; tree from vice ; per fectly gentle; suitable for a lady to drive and warranted sound, kind and true ; also set Harness and TOP PONY PHAETON. BAY MA RE, 16 HANDS HIGH, 7 YEARS OLD; KIND and true in all harness; free Irom vice ; a last traveller; an excellent mare for faiuilr driving au<l warranted sound. ELEGANT PARK PHAETON, ON EIGHT SPRINGS, in perfect order; also set fine double Harness, made by Campbell. BAY HORSE, 16'. HANDS HIGH, fi YEARS OLD; kind and true in all harness; a good worker and war ranted sound. TOP WAGON, IN GOOD ORDER, BUILT BY BREW ster A Co., of Broome street. 1IAY COLT, SIRED BY JUPITER ABDALLAH, DAM a star niHre that has a record ot 2:45; lie Is UJ-i hands higli, 4 years old: not well broken to harness, but gentle and warranted sound. TWO FOUR-SEAT PARK PHAETONS, IN PERFECT order, built by Brewster A Baldwin. DAPPLE Gray MAKE, 16 HANDS HIGH, 6 YEARS old; kind and true in all harness; tree irom vice and good worker. Several other Horses. Description time of sale. Tup ami no top Depot. Wagons. Two Express Wugons. Top and no lop Pony Phaetons. Five Top Wagons. Four sets flue double Harness, mode hy Campbell. Weather never Interferes with our sales. AT PRIVATE SALE? AT ARCB. JOHNSON'S NEW HORSE AND CARRIAGE MART, 19, 21, 21 AND 25 EAST THIRTEENTH STREET, BETWEEN UNIVERSITY PLACE AND FIFTH AVENUE. TEAM (BROWN AND BAY) EXCELLENT CARRIAGE Horses, 7 and 8 years old. in hands high, and very stylish, kind and true, and warranted sound. ELEGANT SORREL COUPE OR SADDLE HORSE, sired by imported Trustee, out of a Glen Cove mare ; raised by Clement Hill, Esq., 01 Upper Marlborough, Md. ; It! bauds, 5 years ; Kind and true ; very stylish : fine gaited, iiud warranted sound ; an excellent roadster. COUPE HARNESS, NEARLY NEW. WESTCHESTER ROCKAWAY, IN PERFECT ORDER. TEA V OF II A Y CARRIAGE HORSES, 7 AND 8 YEARS old.ltS hands full ; kind ami true and warranted sound ; sold on account of owner going to Europe. DOCTOR S CARRIAGE, NEARLY NEW. ROAD WAGON, BY STIVERS. Tor KOAI) WAGON, IIY MINER A STEVENS. CLOSE COACH. BROWN MARE, 14J.a HANDS HIGH, R YEARS; KIND and true and warranted sound ; very stylish and can trot in 3 minutes sure. SHORT TAIL BLACK PONY, 14), HANDS, 8 YEARS; kind and true; warranted sound; can trot inside of 3 minutes; an excellent saddle horse. SEVERAL GOOD WORK HORSES. PONY PHAETONS, TOP AND NO TOP: PONY PHAE tons, basket and panel; 21) tup Buggies, Express and Denot Wagons. Prices 25 per cent lower than at any other plsre in the cltv. Call and examine. ARCH. JOHNSTON. A UCTioN house of arch. Johnston (Late Johnston A Van Tassell). OFFICE AND SALESROOM. OLD STAND, 37 Nassau street, opposite the Post office. THE HORSE AUCTION BRANCH OF THE HOUSE IS REMOVED TO TIIK SPACIOUS PREMISES, 19, 21, 2:i and 25 EAST THIRTEENTH STREET, between Filth avenue and University place. The business will be conducted on precisely the same strict and honorable principles which have always char acterized the dealings ot our house a ml won the respect iiikI confidence of the business community as wc!l as tile public at large. m_ REGULAR SALES TWICE A WEEK THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. Entries for sales maybe made us usual cither at our down town house, 37 Nassau street, or at the Mart, 19, 21. 21 and 25 East 'I hirtccntli street. LIBERAL ADVANCES, AS USUAL, MA HE ON CON SIGNMENTS. J ^ THE "BREWSTER WAGON," A. # I11 all weights, for pleasure driving or speeding, exquisitely finished. and embracing in their construction the various improve ments introduced by us during the past 16 years, making tbein the standard for Quality throughout the United Mates. These wagons are cxcluMvely the production of onr well-known Broome street factory, nnd are offered in stock in all respects C(|Ual in duality to those built to the order of the most valued customer, and at prices uniform to all. In order that we may not he confounded with a Joint stock company ot carriage dealers who have adopted a firm name similar to our own, and impudently claim iho reputation we have made tor the "Brewster Wagon," wo be* the public will remember that our only wurerooms arc at the corner of Filth avenue and Fourteenth street, and our only Factory on Broome street. BREWSTER A CO.. ol Bro >me street. A. ?OLD HOUSE OF BREWSTER. Established 1838. We offer a complete assortment of first class Carriages at our warcrooiiH, Fifth avenue, corner Twenty-seventh street We l?eg to remind the public that our experience of over thirty-tour years enables us to produce work which has no superior, and that we sell no carriages, directly or imlirectlv, but those made at our Twenty-flfth street factory. ? J. B. BREWSTER k CO., ol Twenty-fifth street. t LLEN B. MINER, AUCTIONEER. J\ salesrooms 95 Chambers street Horse Auction Mart at NEW YORK SALES AND STORAOE REPOSITORY. FOURTH AVENUE, CORNER TWENTY-! 'I FT 1 1 STREET. Carriages and Worses always on h ind at private sale. RICH Alt D MeCULLOl Gil, PROPRIETOR. ALLEN H. MINER A BRO., AUCTIONEERS. r-alcsol llorse?, Carriages Ac., Thursday of each week. Entries of articles for auction can be made at repository, as above, or salesrooms ot auctioneers. T PRIVATE SALE? VERY STYLISH, WELL matched pair of Membrino Mares, 7 nnd 8 years; 15.3 hands high : tine steppers and kind in harness. Can be seen at 18 West Thirteenth street. A ?FAMILY CARRIAGES.? IMMENSE ' STOCK OF J\ ? every style Park and Pony Phaetons, Depot, Ex press and Businers Wagons, Harness and Whips, cheapest place in citv, at 141 West Broadway, near Canal street BUSINESS WAOON, $65; Do., $100, TOP WAGON, new, $110: do., $175; Pony Phaeton, with top, $lfin A A .. ,fc . . do., $200, $250; Rockaways, troin $1110 to $150; open Ponies, $10U to $135 ; Harness of all grades, at 1,430 I AM fc.8 JENKINS. AI.ABGE ASSORTMENT OF OOCPEB SELLING AT great sacrifice, to close out; I .a nil an let*. Landaus, reasonable Carriages; aeveral second hand Carriages taken in exchange- HAM, 10 East Fourth street. A? WANTED-TEAM, CARRIAGE, AC.. COMPLETE, . worth from $1,600 to $6,000, in exchange lor city real estate. Address, with lull particulars, HEAL ES TATE. box 1*0 Herald office. I A -FOR BAI.E, AT Tll?CAEBIAGE FACTORY, 219 j . and 2:!l Went Nineteenth street, a handsome full Clarence; also a beautiful square front shifting glass ! nnnel Coach, especially suited to private use; they are both of the first ela? In material, style an 1 finish. LIGHT EXPRESS WAGON FOE KAI.E-ALMOST . new, price >73; also a set of llulit Harness, almost new. Apply to PHILIP BOWMAN, Winfletd. L. I. Any gentleman having a sound and per. fcctlv pen tie Horse, suitatde for children to rMft or drive, a ml which he desires to dispose ol, will please ad dress. Hiving description and price, L., box 4,IK) Post ?nlc<- ' Ar private stable, ? east sixty-second street? Bargain ; worth three times price asked; prettiest Team in the world tor sale; 7 nnd R years old; brothers: gentle ; Jet black ; heavy Wanes; tails sweep the luoiind ; perfect pictures ; 15.." hlini ; child can drive them ; R?ii be si e li at any time ; sold for want ol use. Particulars at stable. A BARGAIN.? SECOND HAND CARRIAGES, A J\. good Stage, a Hearse, two glass quarter Coaches, three Clarenccs, Victoria lienot W ugon, tlirro Buggies; 20 others, at J. w, PIT NKV'S, 40 1 Third avenue. AVOCNO AND SPEEDY WARE FOR SALE-BAY, i hands lilali, 7 y< ars old. trots In 2;.r>l); .lugger Wagon, Harness. Blanket*, Ac., at SO Bank slreet. A LARUE ASstiKIMENT NEW AN l> SI'.CONl) HANI) ? arriages, all itylcs, Family Rockaways, Toj> ami Open Huirgies. Pony Phaeton, at greatly reduced pric s. witty'.-*, Fulton ami Novum streets. Brooklyn. A GENTLEMAN GOING TO EUROPE WANTS TO 1\ sell Mi llorsos; lf> hands, onlv fi yean old; stylist) blacks; long tails; sound and kind In every win-. also a Brewster I. hi;. Inn and Harness I x West Thirly-flrst j street, or <:. W. COMsTOCK, tiraml Hotel. AILVNDSOME PAIR ill' MARK jT l)ARK BAY, CLOSE match, IJ'4 Imnds; can trot in three minutes, fine, st> !lsh iic tii >n ; lone tails and manes; n ar ranted m every Fospeet ; also a flue cntpe?*Hor*e. Inquire at Ilrlggs' st.iMe*. I('7 West Thirty- e tenth street. 4 LOT OF TOP BUDGIE*, ItOAD WAOoNH. EX J\ pr?s?, Orm Tv an I light Ruhlncsi Wagons; also a second band top Buggy. "4s West Twenty seventh stri et, between Mghtli and Ninth avenues. ~4 FA?T AND STYL1SH.DARK OKAY OM,DIVO- 16 J\ hand' high ft i l 7 reurs old ; can l ea' 8 nlnuti s and do it in style ; inu?t be sold to-day; lowest price t.'>0'; worth three times that. Inquire of JOHN, at M Ea t 'I hirty-tlilrd street. A LIGHT TOP SIDE SPRING WAGON, BY DP JY I uds, noarly new, for ?100, at 1.1 and 17 K??t i wetity eighth street. A TOP WAGON' WANTED? IN EXCHANGE I'OR AS 1\ elegant ?et ot Parlor Furniture lu good order, full at ! !> Gr( at Jones St., b tore 1 1 o'c lo k thl* day A T NO. 8 COETLANDT STREET, NEAR BHO.VDWAY. J\ Lltfhl t'trrleje* and Harness. No Broadway expenses, no Br> ad? ar profits. Work warranted as rej resented. AHCII. JOHNSTON. | | tARKIAGP.S-.SLIOHTLY DAMAGED; GREAT I1AK \J gains; Carriages, new and second hand, of every de scription, at low prices ; now Is the time to purchase, lie fore trade commence* MAN Uh AC'fUKKKh' UNION, 63* Broadway. HORSES. CiVHKUGKS, dtC. T^OR SALE-A VERY RANGY, STYLISH BROWN r coupe or roach Morse ; ItU hand* hiih;also a Mack six -year old pole Horse, 15.3, slrod by 1'riuce Bashaw out ol a Star marc ; promise* great speed. Can he seen from 9 to U nt 131 West seventeenth street. Ask lor JAMES CRAIG. II'OR SALE? FOR WANT OF USE, AT ONE-HALF ITS X1 cost, un clcguut eight-spring Landan, made by Weod

HroN., nearly new. Apply ut private stable 116 West Fllticth street. FOR SALE? A BEAUTIFUL LANDAULET, BUT LIT tie used; cost fl.BUO; the property ot'a private gen tleman; a bargain. AmWH II., box 3,1 to Post office. For SALE? A bay B0B8E, six years OLD: KIND mid Ken tie ; fit tor any kind of use ; 16 hands high. Apply ut iii3 Mcond avenue, tor three days. For sale-a splendid black pony, lift hands high, tit for a lady to ride or drive. 3D West Forty fourth street. 1710R SALE-BAY CARRIAGE OR COUPE HORSE, 16 r hands; kind, sound and stvlish; will be sold low for want ot use; $2flu. Can be seen before 11 A. M. at 130 West Twenty eighth street. FX>R SALE-A GENTLEMAN'S DARK BROWN. COB built, couno Horse; stylish and good driver; price inquire for JOHN at Farmer A Clark's, 128 west Thirty-tlrst Street, before 11 A. M. For sale? a valuable bi.ack horse, six years, Hi hands; u splendid family or carriage horse ; very stylish ; worth $r00, but will taKo the largest offer In a week. Wuvericv Howie, 769 Broadway. T7*OR SALE? FOR WANT OP WORK? A HAY MARE, I1 ItiJa hands, 8 years; fit lor any use ; price $ 3. In quire at 136 Perry street, rear. IflOR SALE-A COUPE ROCK AWAY, BREWSTER A Baldwin makers, In good condition, price $-2i>. Ap ply at N??. H University place. rpOR SALE ? A THOROUGHBRED MARE, 6 YEARS X1 old; vary stylish, sound and kind: IV, hands high : can trot in 3mlnutes; has been driven by a lady. Apply at 275 Spring street. FOR SALE? AYiiRY STYLISH BLACK HORSE, 16V hands ; full mane and tail -.sound and kind in all harness. Can be seen at private stable, 135 West Filtlelh street. For sale CHEAP-A oood horse, suitable for most any purpose. Inquire ut 135 iJast Twenty sixth street. C^REAT SPECIAL ANi) IMPORTANT SALE J! AT AUCTION TO MORROW (SATURDAY), APRIL ID, AT 12 O'CLOCK, BY ARCH. JOHNSTON. AT HIS NEW llORSK ANI) CARRIAGE MART, 10. 21, 23 AND 2ft EAST TUIll'l EENTH STREET. BETWEEN UNIVERSITY PLACE AND FIFTH AVE NUE. THREE SPLENDID TEAM 8 OF BAY CARRIAGE HORSES, ver.v stvlish action, excellent roadsters, mm warranted sound. SEVERAL ROA I) HORSES; ALL CAN TROT IN 3 minutes ; 5 vearsold, and warranted sound. THOROUGHBRED SORREL HORSE, If. HANDS, 5 years, very stylish action, very fast traveller, und w ar ranted sound. FAMILY TURNOUT. PARK TURNOUT. TEAM OF FINE WORK HORSES. THREE EXCELLENT WORK HORSES. TOP AN I) NO TOP ROAD WAGONS, CITY BUILT and nearly new. SIX SEAT WESTCHESTER BOCKAWAY, BY LAW RENCE, in perfect order. COUPE, IN PERFECT ORDER, city made. COUPli ROCKAWAY. cltv made, In food order. '! IIREE CLOSE COACHES. Pony phaetons. DOCTOR'S CARRIAGE. DOCTOR'S TWO WHEEL GIG. EXPRESS AND DEPOT WAGONS. sale positive at 12 o'clock. Weather never interferes with our sale. Harness? saddlery -the largest variety ot Horse Furnishing (foods ot all descriptions of any house in New York. C. M. MOSEMAN ft BRO., Maiiutiivturers ; warehouse, 114 Chambers strei t. Harness.? two sets fine new light Double Harness for sale cheap, with key collars, and made in the tlnest manner; alfo handsome single Harness. 14'J West Thirty-third street, second Moor. Harness.? i have a large stock of har ncss, all kinds and styles, ot my own make, which 1 (?tier ut extremely low prices ; aUo ' Riding Saddles and Bridies, Whips, Spurs, llultcrs, Blankets, sheets, Lap Robes and everything in the horse line cheap lor cash. E. BAR I LETT, 02 Warren street, corner College place. TT ARSES.'.? THE CHEAPEST HARNESS STORE IN JL New York : good double truck Harness, $3') good ?ingle buggy Harness, littnil made, *17; n good Mable Blanket, ?2 50; tlic largest arsortnifut ol Carl Harness in tliccliy. Cheaper than ever on account ol moving Muy 10. Please call and examine for yourselves. 1'ISIIER k osiioRNE, 4:t Murray street. MANUFACTURERS' I'MON REP* ISITO It V, ISIS Broadwav.? Carriages, Harness, luryest assortment cv< r ottered, nt most reasonable prices. All: '.vies ol Fam ily Carriages and Llirlit Wagon*, new and fecund band. MANUKACTU RKliS' I WlOW, 688 Broadway. MILCH t'(t\V FOR SALE CHEAl'-A OOOl) MILKER and warranted, (.'all at private stable, 126 West Seventeenth hip et. Second hand do*; cai;t -r\v<? coupks. small I'ony Wagon, six-scat Kockaway, Depot Wagon, sev eral top iind niien Buggies, six-scat ilockAWuy, iiuinbcr Carriages, slightly soiled, nt bargains. .MAM FACT UK Kits1 UNION, 63S Broadway. CITABLE TO LET- 25X1 Id FEET, 28 STALLS, WITH 0 wagon reo'.n; will not lie let lor livery purposes; lo cation near Tenth street and Broadway. Ad irci-s A. II. II., Ktatlon D. rpwo splendid turnouts at auction^ this i day, at i- o'clock. ELEGANT TEAM HAY HORSE'S, 1V4 HANDS, (! years oi l, warranted sound, kind and true. Almt set flue Harness and Victoria built by Wood Bros. Stylish team pray Horses, warranted sound, kind and true, and LANDAULETTE. NEARLY NEW. SEVERAL OITIKK FINE ROAD AND DRAUGHT Horner. PARK I'HAGTONS, TOP WAGON, PONY PIIATONS, Harness, Ac., BY WILLIAM VAN TAP SELL, al Auction Marl, 1 10, 112 an I 114 Ea*t Tliirtcentb street. Truck ' for sale? with pole and shafts, suitable tor moving; must lc sold; price $<!0. 611 West Thirty-flnil street. TO LET-EITHER OK TWO STABLES ; liOTIi WELL located lor business. Inijuire o f J. T. YOUNG, 233 Bowery. ll'ACoss CHEAP.? ONE CONCORD express. ONE VV (irocerv, one Milk, one light Bn-dness, one Depot Wagon, one Coupe and Harness, one top and oue no lop Buggy. At 2.''. Sprtag street. WANTED? A small DONKEY ADDRESS, WITH Vt particulars and price, box 2,55V l'ost ollice, New York. C")r,n -T' AM OF MAY MAKES. 7 YEARS, f|p^? )* '. sound and kind, without tanlt or blemish ; bay Horse, 15'j. must sell, closing business. 418 Eighth avenue, coin* r Thirty-flrst street DRY OOOD?. J^OBESANIJ MILLINER*. Lord A Taylor knowing that ti cause of great complaint at the present time Is the extent to which extravagance in ladies' wearing apparel is carried, and being con vinced that retrenchment Is possible, have so arranged DRESSMAKING DEPARTMENT, under the management ot an cxperient od French modiste, tnnt economy In materials and trimmings Is particularly and carefully studied In all it* detail*. They are now making Dresses and Suits at a cost much less than that of the imported garments; while lor appear ance, 'tvle ami (it, they are In every way equal to the finest Parisian manufacture. Their dressmaking boudoir is a perfect biioa. and will amply repay any lady lor the trouble taken to vist it. In MILLINERY the displuv Is very fine, as it embraces choice selections of III Hats, Bonnets ami Flowers, trom th" leading Parisian manntactnrers. Also, rhip Hats, Straw Hats and Bonnets. Also, a large line ot FLOW Kits, FEATHERS, SIR AYS, A which, for delicate beauty and stylish 'ippcarance, arc not surpassed by any house in the country. LORD k TAYLOR, Broadway ami Twentieth street. I.EUAL NOTK KM. CUPREMB COURT. ? > In the mutter of the application of th" Department of Public Parks, for and in behalf ot t he M iyor, Alder men ami commonalty of the city of New York, rclati r .: to the Opening of Klngsbridge, northwardlv from the southerly line ol I.Vith street to the Harlem I'.iver, as laid out by the Commissioner* of the Central Park, in the city ot New York. We. tli" undersigned Commissioners ot Estimate an I Assessment in the above entitled matter, hereby irive notice to tiie owner or owners, occupant or occupants of ali louses and lots and improve!) or unimproved Ian Is ntlec ted thereby, and to all otl.e: - whom U may eoticci n, 1 'l"-Tli!it we have completed our estimate and assess ment and that all persons Interested in these proceed ings or iu ntiv oi the latuls affected thereby, and who mar be otipi seii to the same, do present t li?* ? r oblectlona In i v ruing, dulv verified, to the undersigned Commissi 'tiers, I nt our office, 15*1 Broadway (room 15), in the said city, o'l or before the Zid day of April, HTC, and thai we, the s*> I 1 Commissioners, will hear parties s , obic tin.' v. ithin th" I ten week-davs next after the s il l 23d da v ot April, H71, and for that purpose will be in attendance at our inid office on each of said ten days, at II o'clock A. M. 1 1.? That the abstract of flic said estimite and assess ment, togc'liT with maps, an I also all the Affidavit-, estimates and other documents which were i:s?d bv us in making our report, have been dep*>s|ted In th" onlee of flic I'Ci arttrent of public Works, in the citv of New York, there ?? remain until the Otli (lav of Mav, HTl III ?That the limits cinbrii' c I hv tlie assessment afore said, ere as 'allows, to w it : ? VII those certain lots, i lec -s, or parcels ol land contained, Ivinvr and being within the following poiin.lsor limiiK. that Is to sa' ?? <'omnieuclng at til*' point formal by thu In^r-a ction is f the northerly line or side of ltAth street with the westerly line or side ot the Ei/htli avnue; running thence, northerly along the westerly Hue or side of the said Eighth nwini.' to the bluli water mark ot the Harlem River; thence alo'ig the sAid high water mark of the Harlem Riveras il w;n4s and turns to the lludion River; thence southward!) a'oiy the easterly Sid" of the Hudson Hirer, at high water niarlc as -aid river win N and turns. to the southerly line or side of street; thence easi* riv eloii< the said southerly line or side o' i.Wth street to the easterly side ot the Boulevard; thence ?:oulherly, aiont' tno siid easterly side of said lloii ievard. to the tioriherlv line or side ot 'll.Vh ?.trect; and easier!), along the ?s*f>t northerly line or side of ll&tli street, lo the point or place of beginning IV.? That our report herein will be presented to the Su rrcme ? art of the state ol New York, at a -pedal term thereof, to fie held in the Ni w Cotlrf Heuse ill the city Hall, in the city of New York, on the Jrttli dav of May, 1*78, at the opening of the l ourt on that duv. and that then and there, or as soon thereafter ;? s counsel can !>?? heard thereon, a motion will be tnadt that the said report be conllrmcd. HENRY PARSONS. ) illiam .i. parsons, . couituiN-ioner^. .HHIN T. M c<IO WAN, J New Yon*, March ly, W73, BVROPBAR STEAMSHIPS. North german lloyd steamship company? For Southampton ami Bremen. The steamship BREMEN Captain II. Schulcnbunr, will gall on Wednesday, April 10. at 2 I* M.. IVom Bremen pier, loot ol Third street, Hoboken, to be followed by Bteamthlp main, Curtuiu K. Von Otercndorp, on Saturday, April 19. RATES OK PASSAGE TO LONDON, HAVRE AND BRKMKN, payable in gold, or it* equivalent in currency First Cabin ; tflfc) Second Cabin Steerupe For Irclght or passage apply to OEI.IUCIIS A CO., Agent*. No. 2 Bowling Green. & WHITE STAR I INE. FOR OUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL. CARRYING THE UNITED STATICS MAIL. New and full-powered steamships. Sailing trom New York on Saturdays, from Liverpool on Thursday*, calling at Cork Harbor each way. ADRIATIC Saturday, April lit, at ft) A. M. BALTIC Saturday. April 20, at :t I'. M CELTIC Saturday, Mav 3, at 10:30 A. M. OCEANIC Saturday, flay 10, at 3 P.M. ?From the White Star dock, l'avonia ierr\ , Jersey City. Passenger accommodations for all classes unrivalled, comhiulug safety, speed and comfort. Saloons, staterooms, smoking room and bathrooms in midship section, where least motion Is felt Surgeon* and stewardess accompany the on uraer. Rateg? Saloon. $100 gold; steerage, $30 In currency. Those wishing to send for friends in the old country can now obtain steerage prepaid certificates, $32 currency. Passengers bnoktui to or from all part* ot America to Paris, Hamburg, Norway, Sweden, India, Australia, China, Ac. Drafts trom ?1 upwards. For Inspection of pinna and other Information apply at the company's office, t!) Broadway, New York. Bills ol lading issued to Continental ports. J. il. SPARKS. Agent INMAN LINE. For yueoiistown and Liverpool. Royal Mail steamer* arc uppointeil to sail as follows: CITY OF ANTWERP Saturday, April 10, 9 A. M. CITY OF LIMERICK Thursday, April 24. 2 P. M. CITY OF LONDON Saturday, April 26, 2 P. M. CITY OF NEW YORK Thursday, May 1,9 A. M. Oirv OF PA HIS Saturday, Mav 3, II A. M. CITY OF BALTIMORE Thursday, May 8, 2 P. M. and each succeeding Saturday and Thursday. from pier 15, North River. RATES OF PASSAGE. Cabin. $w> and $10(1, gold, according to accommodation. Round trip tickets at low rates. Steerage.? To Liverpool, (I'ueenstown, Glasgow, Lon donderry, London, Bristol or Cardiff, $.10. Prepaid certi ficates, currency. Passengers also forwarded to Havre, Hamburg, Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Pari*, at reduced rules. Dralts issued at lowest rales. For caldn passage and general business apply at the Company's office, IS Broadway. For steerage passage, 33 Broadway. JOHN O. DALE, Agent, or to O'DONNELL .1 FAUI K, 402 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. M. H. CKKAOH, 102 State street, Boston. F. C. BROWN, Hi South Market street, Chicago. WM INMAN', Liverpool, and No. 9 Kue Scribe, Purls. Anchor line. Steamers fail IVom pier 20 North River. New York, EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. CALIFORNIA. Sat, April 19 IKMAII.IA Wed., May 7 OLY M PI A Wed., April 23 VICTORIA Sut., May 10 INDIA Sat., April 26 C A ST A LI A. . . .Wed., May It COLUMBIA. Wed.. Auiil :?) ANGLIA. Sat.. Mav 17 AUSTRALIA . Sat.. May r? ASSYRIA Wed., May 21 The passenger accommodation* on steamers of thlsiine are unsurpassed for clegance and comfort. Cabin siatcc rooms are all i.n upper deck, thus securing good light and ventilation. RATES OF PASSAGE TO GLASGOW, LIVERPOOL, OR LONDONDERRY. Saturday ctcamcrg. Wednesday steamers. Gold. Currency. Cabins ?75 and $03 $75 uud $i>5 Cabin return tickets, secur ing best accommodations.. 8130 $130 STEERAGE, *:'.0 CURRENCY. Tickets for passage to <>r from any seaport or railway station in Great Britain, Ireland or the Continent Issued Ut lowest rates. DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT AT CURRENT RATES. Company's offices, No. 7 Bowling Green. New York. " HENDERSON BROTH ICRS, Age lit 3. N. B.? CALIFORNIA sails at III A. M . April 19. Jus't published, "The Trip to Europe," a magazine ol information for ocean travellers; can be had free of chart'c on application. i Tl'li. ? VTOTICE TO PASSENGERS. i.1 Anchor Line steamer CALIFORNIA Pails on Saturday, April 19, from Pier 20, at 10 A. M. HENDERSON BROTHERS, No. 7 Bowling Green. 0 NLY DIRECT LINE TO FRANCE. THE GENERAL TRANSATLANTIC COMPANY'S MAIL STEAMSHIPS BETWEEN NEW YORK AND HAVRE, CALLING AT BREST. The splendid vessels on this favorite route for the Con tinent will gull iroin pier No. 50 North River, as fol lows :? VILLE DU HAVRE, Surmont Saturday, April 19 PEREIRE, Daure Saturday, May I WASHINGTON, Roumhii Saturday, May 17 ST. LAURENT, Lcinaric Suturday, May 31 PRICE OF PASSAGE IN GOLD Including wine) TO BREST ou IIAVRR, First Cabin, $l'i6; Second Cabin. $7.t Excursion Tickets at reduced rates. These steamers do not carry steerage pufsengOTi. American travellers going to or returning from the Continent of Europe, by taking this line, avoid both transit by English railway and the discomforts of cross ing the Channel, besides saving time, trouble auJ ex pense. GEORGE MACKENZIE. Auent. 88 Broadway. Q TEAM EE VILLE DlT HAVRE, FOR BREST AND kj lluvre, will leave pier 50 North River, foot of Morton street, on Saturday, April 19. at 10 o'clock. Passengers arc requested lo be on board at flo'elock. GEORGE MACKENZIE, Agent. rpilK HAMBURG- AMERICAN PACKET COMPANY'S X iron muil steamship FRISIA, Captain C. Meier, will sail on Thursday, April 24, at 2 I'. M., tor Huniliuig, taking passengers from New York to Plymouth, London, Cherbourg and Hamburg. First Cabin, $120, Second Caldn, $72. Steerage, i'V); payable In United Slur s gold. KUNIIAItDI A CO., C. B. RICHARD k BOAS, General Agents General Passenger Agents, CI Broadway, New York. fl Broadway, New York. Tlfr WE ST I'll ALIA will sail May I. The SAXONIA, as extra steamer direct, April 19. /lot IK'S EUROPEAN TOURS-OVER ONE THOUS l ' and in number, ut redu-.tloni from 10 to 45 per cent below ordinary fares, by all lines ol Ktcaincrs. To Vienna, eighty- even routes; to lialy, seventy-two routes, cir cular' tickets for Ireland, Scotland, Switzerland, the Rhine. Ac., by all routes iroin Loudon. Tickets issued and In rthson steamers secured. COOK. SON A JENKINS, 262 Rr indwnjr, New York. "Cook's Excursionist" for April, giving fare*, expenses, Ac., for all tours, now ready; price 10c. \f ATIONAL LINK OK STEAMERS. ll Weekly to QueenaUwvn und Liverpool ; fortnightly til I.oli-toil illrri't. TO QCEENSTOWN AM) LIVERPOOL, from piers 41 und 47 North River. SPAIN, Grace Saturday April 19, ?t in A. M. ITALY, (ii'lits Snt u nliiv, April 26, ut 3 P. M. GREECE, Thome* Saturday, May 3, ut 10 A. M. F'OR LONDON DiRtiCT. DENMARK, Hmnner Thursdav, May 1, at!) A. M. THESE STF. AMSIil PS ARE THE LA ROEST IN TlIK TRADE. Cabin pnssaire, $!?) and 7-^K currency. Steerage, ?19, currency. Prepaid stecraei' tickets trotn Liverpool, Qurenntown, Londonderry, Gla*gow. Cardiff, Hrinlol or London, Cll K APKIl THAN BV ANY OTHER LINK. For further information apply Ht the comoany'* office, 09 Broadway. F. w. J. lll'RST, Manager. LTNITED sta ks mail i.ine. -steam to queens. / town und Llveri ool. Sailing everv Wednesday. MINNESOTA, Freeinun April 23, at 2'.; P. M. MANHATTAN, I'rtee. Jr April 30, at 3 P. M. Froin pier 4'i North River. Cabin passage. $-ugo1d , Meet age, $30 currency. Prepaid tickets, $32 currency. Pause tigers booked to and trotn Paris, Hamburg, Nor way und Swedeu, Ac Oralis on Ireland, Eii'-land, France and Germany at lowest rates. Apply to WILLIAMS A lit 'ION, 29 Broadway. c 1UNAHD LINE. The British a nil North American Roval Mall Steamahlp*, betwet call in New Y'ork and Liverpool, calling at Cork Harbor F'rotn New York. ?ill'SSTA Wed., April Ifi CALABRIA. . .Sat., April 10 ?JAVA Wed., April 23 PARTHIA. . .Sat., April 2(1 M'l KA . .. Wed. . April 3) ?SCOTIA .. Wed.. Mav7 A RVSSYNIA . . . Sat . Mav 10 ALGERIA.. Wed. May it f!ATA VIA . Snt , Mu'v 17 and every following Wednesday and Saturday trotn New : York, steamer* marked thus ? do not carry steerage [ rasscnuer*. i Rate* of Pa .saBe? Cabin, ?#", fl'C) and $130. gold, nr. Coriliii'i t.i accommodation. Ticket* to Paris. $15. ({old, : additional. Return tickets on tavorable terms. Ste'.r- ! age, $30, currency. steer, life tickets from Liverpool and Quocn*town, and ail part* ol Europe, at lowest rates. For freight and cabin pnieegi apply at the eompanv'n ofllce. No. 4 Powiltig Orei n : for "decrage passage, at 111 Broadway, Trinity Building. CHARLES O. FRANCKLYN, Agent. Or to P. II. DrvKRNET, corner oi t'lnrk and Randolph streets, ClilCOgO. II!. l)AS-<ENOERS PER STEAMSHIP C A i7a B RI A EM I bark from (he ('Hoard wharf, loot <.t Oratnl * reel, Jcrttev ( it . , at lu A. M., on Suturdav, Apr. I 19. 1-7.4. ( HAS. G. FRAN?KLYN, No. 4 Bowling Green, New York. roASTWisi: mtfajixiiip*. 1 T.VfTED STATES AND BRAZIL MAIL STEAMSHIP 1J Company. Tii ' cicsratlt icrcvrMenmsnln M KHRlMAt X, 2,0'W tons harden, Captain W. Weir, will sail lor st. Thomas. Para, Pcriiatubttco, I'ahla and lliode Janeiro, on Wednesday, April 21, at 3 o'clock p. M., from pier 13 North River. For freight or pawagc apply to W. k. GARRISON*. Agent. No, 5 Bow ing lire' it. fTNITED STATES MAIL T< ? HAVANA AND MEXICO, I HAVANA, PROGRESS AND VERA CKI'Z New York and Mexican Mail Steamship Lute, leaving pl.-r No. 3 North River, nt P. v E' EKY rilUltsDAY, CITY fiF HAVANA (Havana only) M>rll 17 | CITY (>K MKRIDA (Havana only April it CLEOPaTRa (Havana and Mexico) .. May I CITY OF HAVANA (Havana only) May 8 CITY OF" MKRIDA (Havana only) Vaj 15 for freight or paesugeaptilyj to F AI.I' X \NDIIK A SONS 31 Broadway. MANA.-HHt Pt ICRTA PLATA. SAMANA AND ST. Domingo citv. The ("nlted state* mail <teftnmhip TYHEK, Captain F'. A. Delancy. will leave pier No. 4 No: ili River on Tharsd.iy, April 17, at 3 P. M. Bills ol ex cliain'e m Poertu Plata, Samana and St. Domingo Citv, in -Miii- to suit purchaser*, for Mle. l or freight or pssaage apply to spol- 1 ottD BROTHERS A CO., 29 Broadway. Fto n Norfolk, city point and Richmond.? The Old Dominion steainahip company will despatch from pier 37 North River M:elr elcgunt atdcwhcil ?eain'hip OLD DOMINION, I'.lak' lean, eouitnnuder, for Norfolk, City Point an I Richmond on Saturday, i > r 1 1 19, at S I' M., giving throwh bill* of lading t i all points souih and South wi ", TlirojiRli panaengrr ticket* (**tied lo all point* Accommodation* unMualled Apply at pier 37, or a, the geti^rul ullkc, 1*7 Grienwc li street, cur ner of Dcy. s EUROPEAN KTKAIHSIIIPM. PACIFIC MAIL BTEAMSUIP COMPANY'S "* JT Lino to CALIFORNIA, JAPAN AND CHINA, via Panama, currying mailt, passengers anil freight to Aspinwall, Panama, Santa Martha, Ureytown and Pacific coast of Mexico, Central America, Peru anil Chile. April 19. 1?7S? Steamer OCEAN Ql'KRS, Capuiis Bea tiury. will leave pier 12 North Kivcr, at 12 o'clock noon, for Aspinwall direct, connecting at Panama with the steamer MONTANA, Captain Nolan, touching at Ae.i ptilco, Manzanillo, Muzatlan, and also conncetln ' tor alt Central American and South Pacific porta. Departure* of liith and 20th of each month connect with tlu> com pany's steamer touching at Han Benito, Tonata, Salina Cruz ami Port Angel. steamer CHINA will leave Han Frniiclsco April l(T, M73, tor Japan and China. For rates of passage, freight and all further Information apply at company's office on the Pier, fool ol Canal street. p R BA(jy ^ j^EW YORK AND HAVANA DIRECT MAIL LINK. These first class steamships will sail every Tuesday at* P. M., from pier 13 North Hirer (foot of Cedur street), foe Havana direct a* follows: ? _ , , Steamship WILMIMITON Tuesday, April U St? niiiMllip MORRO CASTLE ....Tuesday, April 211 Steamship CRESCENT CITY Tuesday, May 6 For treight or passage (having magnificent accommoda tions) apply to WILLIAM P. CLYDE A CO.. 11!) Wall street ? I). H'IfELLER, Agent in Havana. NEW YORK AND BERMUDA STEAMSHIP LINE. For llumilton and St. Heorge, Bermuda, carrying the United Slates Vail, ami sailing from plorSZ Nortli Kivcr. as follows wheel ptcaio-htp ALHKMAltLE, Captain Readl Thursday. April 24, at 3 o'clock P. M. Side wheel steamship HATTERA8, Captain Lawrence, Thursday. May I. at 3 o'clock 1'. M. For treight or passage, having elegant .tccommodtu tlocs, apply to LUNT BROTH BBS, 28 Smith street. fllKXAS LINE OP GALVESTON STEAMERS, TOUCir 1 nig at Key West, carrying the United States mail. The steamer CITY OK SAN ASi'oNIO, captain Pon? ningtoii. Is now receiving freight at pier 20 Bust Riven and will sail Saturday, April K*. Through liills of lading given to Houston, either by tha 0. II. and II. K. R. or by the Houston Direct Navigation company, and to all points on the onlvostoi), Houston and lleuderson and 1). It. and Railroad. No charge for forwarding in New York. For freight or passage apply to C. H. MALLORY .t CO., 153 Maiden lanot or W. P. CLYDE, 119 Wall street, IilOB NEW ORLEANS DIRECT. ' The Cromwell Steamship Line. The steamship GEORGE CROMWELL, Captain Samuel L. Clupp, will leave pier No. !) North River, on Saturday, April ID, at 3 P. M. Freights received dally. Through rates given to Oalveiton, Indiunola, ltocklorior Aranzas wharf, Brazos, Santiago and St. Louis. Cabin passage, $50; steerage, $25. For freight or paj? sage apply to CLARK A SEAMAN, W5 Wast street* IjlOK NEW ORLEANS DIRECT. ' MERCHANTS' STEAMSHIP LINE, from pier No. 5 North River, at :! o'clock. P. M. EMILY B. HOUDER, on Saturday, pril IK. Freight received ?l;i 1 1 v. Through rates itlven for St Louis, Vlcksburg, Mi bile. Oalveston and Imiiauola. For freight or passu (having superior ucconiiuoda? tions) apply to FKEDl.UH' BAKER, 30 Broadway. pAZE'8 EUROPEAN TOURS? ROYAL MAIL ROVTBft, \T Tickets Ironi Qneenstown, Liverpool and (llasgow, via London, for all parts of Europe. Atlantic passages secured. Hotel Coupons for principal cities in Europe. HAZE'S American office, No. 0 Bowling Green, Now York. TRATELIiEUM' OUXDB- _ /CITIZENS' LINE FOR TROY? PAPSAOE SI 50. ?THE \i elegant steamboats Sl'NNYSIDE and POWELL leave pier 49 North Kivcr. foot of Leroy ftrcet, daily) (Saturdays excepted), at 6 o'clock P. M., cnuucctlng witll morning trains oil Rensselaer and Saratoga, New York Central and Troy and Boston railroads tor all points North, East anil west. The most direct route to Sarato ga Lnke Ucorgc and Montreal. Through tickets soli] and baggage chucked to destination. * JOSEPH coKNELL, Huperlnlendent 1J1 ALL RIVER LINE FOR BOSTON, via Newport and Fall Rl\er. The world-renowned steamers BRISTOL and PROVp DUNCE leave pier 2H North River, foot ol Murray street^ dally (Sundays excepted). A. P. BACON, Superintendent. PEN NSVLVANIA RAILROAD. Trains leave New York, Irom foot of Dcsbrosses and Corthindt streets, as follows:? Express tor ll.irrishui g, Pittsburg, the West and South, " with Pullman Palace t ars attached, at 9:30 A. M. ;J, J and K :30 P. M. Sunday, 5, 7 and 8 .3 ? 1\ M, For Baltimore, Washington and the South at'J A. M.:t and 9 P. M. Sunday. 0 P. M. Express tor Philadelphia, s, 9 9:3J A. M. ; 12:30, 1. 4,i, ? 8:30, 9 P. M. and 12 night. Sunday, ij, 8:30 and J P. M. For Philadelphia, via Kensington, at. 7 A. M. ami 2 P. \C Emigrant and second class, 7 :l'. P. M. For Newark at (i, 6:30, 7, 7:40. 8:10, 10, 11, 11 :M A. M.. 12, 1,2,2 :?>, 3, 3 :20, 3:10, 4:10, 4:3), 6:10, 5:29, 5:30, 5:5), 0, 0:10, 6 7, 7:30,8:10, 9, 10, 11:30,12 P. M. Sunday, V.i>, 6, 8. 10, 9 P. M. For Elizabeth. 6, 6:30, 7, 7:?M. 1:10,9, 1), II, 11 :?') A. M? 12 M.. 12 :K?, I, 2, 2:31. 3,3:2), 3:1), ?, 4:10, ?:3).?:2>i 5 : :.VI, ?->, (i :!'), 6 :3>), 7 : J >, ?) :10, 10, 1 1 :30, 12 P. M. Sunday, .< :>), 6 and 8:10 P. M. For Kahwav, 6, fi :3), 7, 8 :10, 9 :3') an 1 1 ) A. M., 12 >f , I, J. 2 :30, 3, 3 :2 ), 3 :4II, t :10, i :3 ), 6 :2 I, 5 :.M. 5 :VJ, <>, 0 :30, 7 :30, S :l ) 111 P. M., and 12 night. Sunday, 5:2datultfP. M. I'or Woodhridg" anil Perth Am boy, '1 and 1 ) A. M., 1 :1X 3 4 M and 5:50 P. M. For New Brunswick, 7, 10 A. M., 13 M., I, J, ) <:p), 5:}l 0, 9 P. M. and 12 night. Sunday, t> and 0 P. M. 1'or East. Millstone, 7 A. M., Il' noon, 4 :10ani j:2) P. M, For Lnmbertville and Flcmington, 9 A. M. and 2 P. >L, For Phillpsburg and Belviiterc, 2 an J 4 P. M. Aeeoniniodation tor Bordontown. Burlington and Catn< den, 7 and 9^1 A. M? 1 2 :.3<), 2, 3, 3: 40, 4 an I 6 P. M. For Freehold, 7, A. M., 2 anil 4 P. M. For ?Tameshurg, Pembcrton, Camden, 9 A. H? 3:4) P. M. Trains arrive as follows From Pittsl>ur?f, <>:V) A.M., 1 :trt P M., daily, 1?:I4 A. M. and l> :i! P. M., dally, exoept Moniliiv. From Washington and Baltimore, 6:40 A. M., 4 :.'>4, 10:12 P. M. Sunday, 6:10 A. M. From Philadelphia, 6:21,6:50, 10 :14, ll ;04, II :5! A. M? 2:11, 3:M|6:)1, 8 :l) P. M. Sunday, 5:!l, (i:<t), II :14 A. M. Ticket i idlers, ;'>2>, 43*>, 271 an 1 911 Broadwav; No. I Astor )'? ?ie and toot or Dcs'iro-ism and Cortlaudl streeti Emigrant l lekct office. No. 4 Battery place. _ ? A. J. Cass att, I>. SI. BOYD, Jr., ? General Manager. General Passenger Agent ) HOUSES, ROOMS, dtC., WANTED. In ttiin City and Brooklyn. * 8MAI.L HOUSE, IN A GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD, 13 JY wanted, at a moderate rent, by a thoroughly re sponsible tenant; four in family ; no children. Addregf j. ii. B,, room II, W Broadway. An unfurnished house, with all modern i 111 movements, wanted, in u'ood locution, on lino ol Fourth or Sixth avenue or Broad way cars; rent about Address HOUSE, liox 5,900 Pout office. A SINGLE LADY WTIO IS EMPLOYED OUT DURp inif tin- day desires an unfurnished Room and Bed room, without hourd: t< rtm must he moderates refer* ences exchanged. Address S. A? Herald Uptown Branch office. i * FURNISHED ROOM AND BEDROOM. CONNECTS iV inc. wanted? Fast side preferred: price not over II per week. Addftt* X. X., Herald Uptown ltriuich office. AYOUNO GENTLEMAN AND WIFE DBSIRH A nice tiont Koom on second or third floor, with Board, In a private faintlv, below Thirty -foil it h street; will fur nish handsomely themselves best references; terms, (Pi Add spss HOME, Herald Uptown Branch office, l,H>5 Broadway. ... Desk room or SMALL OFFICE waxted-bblow Duaue street, west ot Broadway, Iroui May I, 1H73. Address B., box 110 Herald office, DVUMttt ROOM WANTED? TILL THE 1ST OK F May, I v a gentleman and wife. Address, stating terms, FURNISHED ROOM, Herald Uptown Braneh office. \1T ANTED ? PA It I.i ill FLOOR, PARTIALLY Ft R. it wshed. between Fourth and Sixth avenue*. Four teenth and 1 hirtleth street <, for light millinery biisine?<<. Add reus box l.tiAt Post office. WANTED? TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS, AT A tt r< asi.nafile rent. In a private family in a resoect alrle neighborhood, between Tliirt\ and Forty fifth street", cast ol Fourth avenue. Address, ?tatinc terms, S. s., Herald office. "11TASTF.D? BY A RESPONSIBLE TEN '.NT, WITH tv small tautlly, the Low r Part ot IIoiit uptown, modern improvement', v u>d n ??.. i i ' ? r : ? ? < 1 ; with mo tainilv : landlord Breferrci , rert in mi f???i Adilress, with particular*, .loHK i.AKR .11 i < ... I Broadway. WANTED? FOR nil: *?rH iv l HV A (iKRVAJf it gentleman, a nieelt ? ? - i- >? . i f 'm location not Above Six Ken th atr-et All ? ?? > > . '? rm , A w, E., box 1,3 ll> Post office. ANTED? FOUR .-rolfi HI HI ? ?' FURNISHED House, between Tv. < I. ? ! : : v tourlli ?treets. near liuli avenue; innt I- ? ? ' ? ?-*? .A l'in ^sstatlnit rent and particulars IHH.I .1.- Herald I piown Branch oli:< t *"ANTED? M AY I B\ A GENTLEMAN AND wile onlv, two 1' i'. :i*. t' r III ' ki [ I III ; ; with a private relitf'-'iis fa tin w. - l? preferred; terms mill' be moderate ; iiiox pi ivil letcrer.ees. Add rets, with parttenlar," 1 L r., I. >.\ 1 1 I 1 o ra! I otn.e. tl VNTKD-A Fl RMSHED FLAT, WU II \LL TUB \\ modern Improvement*, for i re ? ; i n-eble tenaut; small family ; about Flttv-aeventh <frei t," Third and Sixth avenues ; terms not to ex eed $ii per month. Address, wiili lull particular', EUKHK.x, box 123 Herald office. At 'AN I ID ? IN A PRIVATE HOUSE, ONE LARUE ?> unfurnished Room, located 1 ?t 't.n Fi*iitb and Fortieth streets and Second and Nittt'r avenues; reft-r Mice given and required. A.'dre--. ?tatlnj; price per month, MONTROSE, Herald office. WANTED?A W I . L 1 . FURNISHED Room FOR TWO '? yonn.'inen. west side, below Fourth street. ternta not to exceed *2n tier inontii; imi id reference given and required. Ad<lre-s,l. F. O , II I'.iilejc place. WANTED TO BENT? A PROVISION PACKING t? House, of medium dimensions. tddre*?, siatiun locality, rent, .Vc.. A. B C., In \ 1-. Herald 'ftice. \Y \\ In the Country R tl i^er $ni 1 1 r nn n OH Post office. ANTED? FOR THE SUMMER, A FURNISHED llome, within one hour "t tiie city; rent not Ii A.Mri ?, with particulars, II., box DK\TI<(T 111 . \ BSOLl'TELY PA1NLKSS.-TEETH I'.X IKACTKD; J\ iresh U'ls dail* ; I'oinh ,-ets exirmelv lipnt and durable; Ittihber Sets, (i>f. Hid Sixth avenue, l>i fweeu 1-ciiirtcc-iitli and Fifteenth mrct U. l.siablished u'ti's, ?_ Di I. iii-.rh'aBK BKAl'TIFUL SET OK TEETH SINISLE tU < . warranted . I'iiMipcrs, |. i- h.iii.iv heeft-, iniparU lii|T youthiul appearaiiee "\tra tnu,?i'h ku', M rents ; ?iivir tilling*, iJccut.s. 'M SJ.\;h aveuui;. Rvuicwl.^i 44 A

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