Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 19, 1873, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 19, 1873 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. WHOLE NO. 13,390. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1873.-TR1PLE SHEET. PRICE FOUR CENTa ? ? ? ? . " M ? DIRECTORY FCR ADVERTISERS. AMUSEMENTS? Ninth Page? Fourtk, fifth ami eixth column*. ASTROLOGY? Bk?vwrrn Pack? Slxtn column. BILLIARDS? Kiouth Page? Sixth column. BOARDERS WANTED? Second Page? Fli'th column. BOARD AND LODOINO WANTED? Second Pag?? Fifth ami sixth column". BROOKLYN BOARD? Second Pick? Sixth column. BROOKLYN HEAL ESTATE FOR SALE-SECOND Page? first aiul sccond columns. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ? Nintu Tage? Third col umn. BUSINESS NOTICES? Seventh PAGR-Pifth colnmn. CIGARS AND TOBaCCO? Eleventh PAUK-Sixtb col umn. _ _ CITY KbAL ESTATE FOR SALE-Second Pag*- First column. CLERKS AND SALESMEN? Eleventh PAG*-Third and fourth column*. CLOTHING? Eleventh Pace? Sixth column. COACHMEN AND GA KDEN Elts ? Elev i'.ntb Pace? Fourth column. _ COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS ? Fihst Paqe? Fifth and sixth columns. COPARTNERSHIPS? Eighth Page? Filth column. COUNTRY BOARD? second Paok? Slxtli column. DRY GOODS? First I'agk? Sixth column. DWELLING HOUSES TO LET, FURNISHED AND UN FURNISHED? Twelfth Page? Sccond and third columns. KUROPKAN STEAMSHIPS? First Paoh? Fifth column. EUROPE ? Seconu Page? Sixth column. FINANCIAL? Eightu Page? Fifth column. FINE ARTS? First Page? Fourth column. POR SALE? Eleventh Page? Filth and sixth columns. FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? Twelfth Pack? Third column. FURNITURE? Ninth Page? Fourth column. HELP WANTED-FEMALES-Eleventu Page? Sccond and third columns. HELP WANTED ? MALES? Eleventh Page? Fourth and filth columns. MORSES, CARRIAGES, AC.? First Page? Second, third and fourth column*. HOTELS ? Second Page? Sixth colnmn. MOUSES, ROOMS, AC., WANTED-Elkventh Page? Sixth column. JERSEY CITY. HOBOKEN, HUDSON CITY AND BER GEN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE-SecOND Page? Sccond column. LEGAL NOTICES? First Page? Sixth colnmn. LOAN OFFICIOS? Eighth Paok? Sixth column. LOST AND FOUND ? First Page- First colnmn. MACHINERY? Eleventh Page? Sixth column. MARBLE MANTELS? Ninth PA<;E-Sccond column. MATRIMONIAL-Nikth Page? Filth column. MEDICAL? Eleventh Pag*? Sixth column. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS? Tbith PaC* Sixth column. . , MISCKLLAN i'.OUS ? Nintii Pace? Third column. musical-Ninth PAcx-Third column. MEW PUBLICATIONS ? Seventh Page? Fifth and sixth columns. , PERSONAL ? First Page? First column. PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, AC.? Ninth Pace? Third col POLIT1CAL ? Eighth Pa^e? Sixth column. POST OFFICE NOTICE? Second Page? Sixth colnmn. PROPOSALS? Ninth Page? First and sccond columns. PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS? FEMALES? WANTED? Eleventh Page? Second column. PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO RENT? Second Page? Second, third and fourth columns. BBAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE? Second Page? Fourth and fifth columns. BEAL ESTATE WANTED? Second Page? Fifth column. RELIGIOUS NOTICES? Eighth Page? Sixth column. SALES AT AUCTION? Twelith Page? Fourth, tilth and sixth columns. _ SITUATIONS WANTED? FEMALES? Eleventh Pagb? First and second columns. SITUATIONS WANTED? MALES? Eleventh Page? Third column. _ . . SPECIAL NOTICES? First Page? First and second col umns. SPORTING? DOGS, BIRDS, AC.? First Page? Sccond column. STALLIONS? First Page? Second column. STORAGE? Eighth Page? Sixth column. SUMMER RESORTS? Second Page? Sixth column. THE TRADES? Eleventh Page? Fifth column. THE TURF? First Page? Sccond column. TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES -Twelfth Page? First and recond columnx. TRAVELLERS GUIDE? First Page? Sixth column. UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? Twelfth Page? Third and fourth columns WANTED TO PURCHASE? Twelfth Pagk? Sixth col WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OR TO LET? Second Page? Second column. YACHTS, STEAMBOATS, AC.? First Page? Fourth col umn. 1IERAI.D HKAKCH (VFFICE-IIPTOWN. ^DVERTISEUENTS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD RECEIVED AT THE BRANCH OFFICE, 1,2C6 BROADWAY. WEST SIDE, BETWEEN tTmrTY-FIRST AND THIRTY SECOND STREETS. ADVERTISEMENTS ARK RECEIVED FROM 8 A. M. TILL 9 P. M. ON WEEK DAYS (SUNDAYS. 2 TILL 3 P. M.), AT OFFICE RATES. NO EXTRA CHARGE OF ANY KIND. PARIS AOKNCY OF THIS NEW YOHK IIKKALU. jy^ESSRS. KREMER A CO.. AMERICAN REGISTER, If AVE BEEN APPOINTED PARIS AGENTS FOR THE MEW YORK HERALD. THEY WILL SUPPLY DEAL MRS WITH COPIES OF T1IE HERALD, AND ALSO SINGLE KUMBRRS OF~THIS PAPER TO PARTIES REQUIRING THEM. B PKHBONAL. ANY INFORMATION OF JOHN COLLINS. WHO WAS last seen in ihc city ol New York, will he thankfully received liy his cousin BRIDGET McMAUON, 62J West Forty -seventh street AROYLK MATINEE? HATTIE, YOU WILL NOT Dis appoint. Expect a good time this afternoon, 3 o'clock sharp. CHARLIE. ROKER? IF $5U0 WILL BUY TiiE PIN I WILL take It. Disappeared from iier home, Saturday morning, April 5, suffering, it is learud. under tem porary aberration ol mind. Mr*. E. Beard slev ; she is of lair, clear complexion, gray eyes, mixed gray huir, quite thin, height about 5 icet l inches, slightly hullt,; age be tween 45 und 80; quiet mannered and low voiced : dressed In blaek. Any Information regarding her will be thank fully received and liberally rewarded by her atllicted friends, at 216 South Fourth street, lirooklvn, E. D. eAVIS FAMILY, FORMERLY OF WTNCHELSF.A. England.? The address wanted by W. WILC0CKSON, goti's Hotel, New York. Country papers please copy. DWARD SHERIDAN. FORMERLY OF SOUTH Orange, N. J., please address G. P. 0., Herald office. *<TS THAT THE FIFTH AVENUE HOTEL?"? WILL 1 young lady who asked this Question favor young fentleman to whom she snoke hv addressing C. A., box 13 Herald Uptow n Branch office? ARY DORM-N, WHO MET 8 IN PHIDADELPH1A cars last fall, send him your address E M Mary fayle, who left liverpool, eng. land, about 12 months a?o, will please write to her sister Annie, now Mrs. P. tarry, Ureenville, Hu.lsuu county, N. J. M- rTtUOMAS JAMES SLOAN, ENGINEER, IS RE specttuUy asked to conimiinicate with A. D., Herald office. * OLD SWEETNESS? ALLOW ME TO SEE YOU "JUST once," as I have something ol importance to com municate. "KISS." CX38X1U7. O _ BLACK MASK. WILoV ILLIAM MULLHTWILL LEARN SOMETHING advantage by undressing W. W., Herald office. w ANTED? AT 117 NAS8AU STREET, INFORMATION of James L. Carnes, room 16 or 13 Nassau street. WHITE ROSE-VERY IMPORTANT; MU8T SEE you this morning, at hali pait 10. at place I men tioned, rain or shine. 1 cannot call elsewliere to-day. so Oblige RED ROSE. WILL MRS. LUCIE BARBER FAVOR A FRIEND by giving her present address, under letters F. I., box 1W Herald officer lost ano vuvkd. Bank book lost.? hank book no. S7i,9ia of the Bowery Saving* Bank It numing. The rtmler ?? ?miVj*(} to rc/nin u VI J!" b "?"? J1 not restored before the llih day of May, la/s, application will be made lo the ban k for a new hook. Lost? a certified check on tiik merchants' National Bank for $lii,l4i drawn by Messrs. Mar vin Bros, to the order of and endorsed t >y .1. b. Kurd A Co. The finder will bo rewarded bv leaving tho same at the office of HAK'H k KOolK. li W?tl street Lost? in liberty btbeet, near ferry. child's velvet Cape. The Under will l>o suitably re warded by returning It to Mr. BltoWN, at ferry. LOST-OOLD SPECTACLES, ON THURSDAY LAST. A liberal reward will bo paid to Under oa their re turn to Mis Broadway. LOST? LETTERS PATENT ok THE UNITED STATES for an improved combination bureau, on Friday afternoon, <>a Kourth aveuue, opposite Clarendon Hotel. The patent is of no value to anV one except the owner. Whoever returns the same to Dr. OAOE, US East Eigh teen1' street, will be liberally rewarded. 0?T? ON FRIDAY, 18TH INST., A "POCKET BOOK, containing a sum of money and a M> gold piece, in l.yle's, Sixth avenue und Twerikv-tliird street, or Seven teenth street to Broadway, thence to Twentr-Orst itreet. The Under will be liberally rewarded by returning It to 827 East Twenty-first street. OST-ATTHK NEW TORK HOTBL, ON FRIDAY morning, 18th tn?t.,aUold Watch ami Vest Chain, v ith key attached. A reward of f'M) will be paid for it* return to the qBm of the hotel and no questions asked. Lost.? wiLb fm i-artv who took theToVk. ctbook from coat hanging on chair in store on Filth Twelfth etreeir return ?'?P8? tnull to H. 8., 33 West STRAYED? FBOM .19 WEST THIRTY FIFTH STREET, ? *n English larrler: answer* to the name ot Bnneo. A liberal reward will bo paid lor rutui niug hiru to the Above address. WlCIAt NOTICK8. A? HERALD BRANCH OFFICK. BROOELYn' ? corner of Hilton avenue and Roertini street. Open from ? A. M. to 9 P. M. On Suaday trom 3 to ? P. M. ALL OFFICERS, SAILORS AND SOLDIERS WOUND ad, ruptured pi lajured, however slightly, are oatl f led to pension. Addrtjssor apply to Dr. E. B. .iXcKHON, iMe stuaevu llUUil bUHf ha, Ji JNjw UiuMlmi *k IPBCIAL MOTICK I. A? THE AMERICAN REGISTER, . The moat widely circulated of the American Journals published iu Europe. A capital medium for American advertisers addressing themselves to European patronage. Indispensable to ail persons visiting Great Britain and the European Continent Subscriptions and advertisements for the AMERICAN REUIS'l'KR will be received and tangle copies of the i>aper may bo obtained at the office of tbe New York Herald, New York. A DAWES (FRICES REDUCED), BOLE AGENT OF ? Koyal Ilavaua Lottery, 885 Broadwnv: box 4 #09 Post office, New York. Dealer* supplied. Circulars walled free. A -HAVANA LOTTERY DRAWINGS ON FILE.? ? April 22 the extraordinary Havana. JOSEPH BATES. Broker, 196 Broadway, room 4. _ A -HAVANA I OTTERY.? PRIZES CASHED AND ? information furnished. Circulars iree. JOSEPU BATES A CO.. 71 Broadway, room Jl. flrst floor BURGLARS' PROOF HTORE LOCK? THE BEST IN the world. Come and sec it in factory, 198 Greene stteet, New York. F. GY.-S. Z^IOLD AND SILVER AND ARTICLES CONTAINING VT (fold bought at market prices; Polishlag, Filter anu Photograph Fapors burnei and smelted by Refiner SCH AW EL, M John street. Kentucky state lotteries? 91,000,000 is drawn dally; l>H per cent allowed by B. NATHAN, No. 4 Oilsey Building, Cortlandt street; branch office, t>12 Broadway. Mason and carpenter contractors wiio are willing to est: mate lor Uie building of a new club house for the "Asehcnbroedcl Vercin" will please send Hicir addresses to the club house, 74 East Fourth street, before April 23 inst. THE BOARD OF MANAGERS. OFFICIAL DRAWINGS KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERIES. IJtWTIK'IT-fclUU cuts NO. 2K>? 4PR1L 18, 187S. 83, 32, 28, 29, 48, 13, 7M, 76, 07, 3. 3a IXKItlCXT? CL^rS KO. 281? il'RJI. 18, lf.73. 7, 24, 3a 67. 9, 30, 54, 10, 61. 66, ?, 48. SIMMONS A CO., Managers, Covington, Kr. IDIJ BT COIXXCK? SITKA CL4SS MO. 13? irulL 18, 1873, 06, 68, ey, 28, 7, 42, 62, ;i9, 2, #, 38, 22. _ tllXLlY COLLFGK? C1..ASF NO. 1st? APRIL 18, 187S. 68, 6, 28, 4<<, 44, 21, 3, 38, 2d, 87, 62, 18 SMITH A CO., Managers, Covington, Ky. o . ? k CLUTE, Broker, lOCBroadway. Post office box 4.9#?. ' 0? ROYAL HAVANA.? EXTRAORDINARY DRAW ? ing April SX A lew choice lots left. J. CLUTE, 208 Broadway. PEAT MACHINERY ON EXHIBITION AT LUXTON'S office, corner Palisade avenue and Congress (late Warren) street, Jersey City Heights, New Jersey. Regulator for sale.-made by p. reynaud A Co., Geneva, for our own use; suitable cither for a store or lor a private house ; for sale much below cost. OSMURNE A TUWNwKND, 827 Broadway. STANDARD CANNED OYSTERS, IN ONE AND TWO pound tins, tor sale, with or without labels, by A. E. OUTERBRIDG K, C9 Pearl street, Agent for Annapolis Canning Company. SPECIAL NOTICE. -ONE OR TWO VALUABLE 8EW lng Machine Patents, both on new principles, for sale, or work on a royalty. Working machines can be seen on apnlication to the undcrMgned. U. L. DULANEY, 180 Pearl street, Brooklyn. Royal Havana lottery.-the extraordi nary drawing will take place the 22d insL Dealers supplied. Prices reduced considerably. s. HE UFA, 73 Wall street. Royal Havana lottery.-the next extraor dmarv Drawing will tnKe place on the 2A1 of April, 1873. J. M. MARTINEZ A CO., Bankers, 10 Wall street P. O.Dox 4,688, N. Y. To Railroad companies and contractors.? The Titan Iron Works manufacture Equipments, as Frogs, Switches, Crossings, Turn Tables, Bridge Iron Work, Construction Cars and general Iron Work. For information and prices address STEELE A COND1CT, Jersey City. WANTED? RESPECTABLE HOUSES, FOR THE sale of Bicarbonate of foda and superior Table Salt. Address, post-paid, U. F., General Advertising office of NIJGI1 A VON DITMAR, Rotterdam. BOD ROYAL SAXON GOVERNMENT LOTTERY', AT O Leipsic, Germany. No. 40, 725, sold through this office, drew, according to cable despatch received, on the first, dav or drawing, tilth class, April 18, 5, two Prussian Thalers. The drawing will continue to May S. Koy.il Havana Lottery, Extra Drawing, April 22. First Prize tWW.nno Second Prize 100,000 Third Prize 50.lK)0 Two Prizes, each ol 25, tx*> Four Prizes, each of lrt,P(K) Twelve Prizes, each of 5,000 and others. Total, 16.000 Tlrkets and 2,097 Prizes. City of Hamburg and Brunswick Oovcrnment Lotteries. Prizes cashed and information given. THbUDOB Z8CHOCH, Post office box G,()30. 116 Nassau street, New York. r.un is drawn" daily in tiif. legal. Izoii Kentucky Lottery ; Royal Havana and Kentucky circulars tree ; 12,'ac. commission allowed. Address HALEY A CO. lotlice established 30 years;, 174 Broadway. gPOBI I??? POO?. iti??l)?i. AC. A "?FOR KALE. AI.Ij KINDS OF FANCY DOg? ? Birds, Ac.; Medicines tor nil diseases. Prepared hood tor mocking birds, at 11. G. DOVEY'S. No. SOrecne street, near Canal. THE TURF. B FLEETWOOD PARK.? AMONG THE CELEBRATED trotting horses no# Being daily worked on the track are American Girl, Clara (J. Beppo, Young Fearnought, Ilenrv, Triumph, Heaiherblooin, Charley i.reeti, Honest Duiclnnan, W. H. Alien. Mary A. Whitney, St. Klmo, Tennessee, Daniel Boone, Hairy Harley, Gazelle, Lulu, Young Bruno. Oray Eddy, Grace Bertram and Manhat tan. The track i-" in good condition and the club house ami restaurant under the personal supervision ot WM. H. VAN COTT. POOLS SOLD AT JOHNSON'S RESTAURANT, 1.187 tlroadway, corner Twenty-eighth street, on Phila delphia vs. Athletic game at Philadelphia, this after noon, 2)? o'clock, telegrams olencli inning. T. B. JOHNSON. mo LET? FLEETWOOD PARK CLUB HOUSE. AP JL ply at the park or 112 Wall street. W. H. VANCOTT, Superintendent, STALLIONS. I EDWARD EVERETT, THE SIRE OF JOE ELLtOTT, U who trotted last Summer on Mvstic Park In 2:14}$ (the fastest mile ever trotted, either in public or private), also of Commodore Vanderbilt's Mountain Boy, who trotted In 2 :20?4, and of Judge Fullcrton, who has trotted in 2:21J?, will maku the season at the farm of William Keetch, near Uoshcn, Orange county, N. Y. For further particulars see the "Turf. Field and Farm." HOIIHKS, CARRIAGES tkC. ^ the "BREWSTER WAGON," A. In all weight*. Tor pleasure driving or speeding, exquisitely finished. and embracing in their conduction the varlon* improve ment* introduced by us during the past 19 yearn, making them ? the standard for Quality throughout the l'nited States. These wagons are exclusively the production of our well-known Broome street factory, and are ottered in stock is all respect* equal in duality to tlio*- built to the order of the most valued customer, and at prices unliorm to alL In order that we may not be confounded with a lolnt stock catnpanv ot carriage dealers who have adonied a Ann name similar to our own, and Impudently claim the reputation we have inaue for the "Brewster Wagon," we beg the public will remember that our anly warcrooms are at tbe corner of Fifth avenue and Fourteenth street. and our only Factory on Broome street. BREWSTER k CO., oi Broome street. A. -OLD BOUSE OF BREWSTiiR. Established 1898. We offer a complete assortment of first class Carriage* at our warcrooms, Fifth avenue, corner Twenty-seventh street We beg to remind the public that our experience of over thlrtv-four year* enables us to produce work which ha* no superior, and that we sell no carriages, directly or Indirectly, but those made at our Twenty-firth street (actor)'. J. B. HRKWhTEB k CO., of Twenty-fifth street. A HEAVY CART OR TRUCK HOME? ALSO A FINE gray Oelding, for express or carriage; one fasttiet ter, slightly lame, cheap. 189 South Fifth avenue, near Grand street. A? FOR SALE? FROM THE COUNTRY, A TEAM OF ? driving Horse*, 16 hands Mfh, kind and gentle for lady to ride or drive, kind in single or double tiarne**, d and 7 vear* old and warranted sound and to trot in three minutes; also a team ot large work or truck Hordes, welitht 2,609 pounds, warri.nted sound, kind and true In doable or single harness; thre<* day*' trial allowed. Ap ply at J47 Bowery, corner of Third street. A -FOR SALE, HORSP, EXPRESS WAGON AND . HameM, all in good order ; sold tor board and keep ; ror $123; separate If desired. Apply at the Hoarding stable.*, 163 West Fifteenth street, nearSoventh avenue. Attention i-must sell to-day three horses, just arrived ; all warranted : one a large and very swIUU, good traveller ?, one medium trotter; one good saddle horse lor ady In.iuire for 8t;HULT?, at Mil ward a stables, VI and ntth avenue. A OtNTLEMAN GOING TO EUROPE WANTS TO J\. *ell Ins Horses ; Itf hands, only 6 years old : stylish black*; lung tails, sound and kind in every way; also a Browster Landau and llarnes*. its West Tblrtv-flrsl street, or G. W. <;OMsTOi;K, urand Hotel. A -FOR SALE, A SORKEL PACING MAKE. 15.S, 5 J\ . years old. perfectly gnen ; can pace ia 2 ;?n to ton wagon or no sale ; sound, kind and gentle In slnsle or rtoilble harness. HALEt '# stables, 127 and 129 laslHilv third street. * A PONY FOR SALE? <J YEaRS OLD, FINE MANE and tail, guaranteed sound and kind in all harness Is well broken to saddle for lady or child ; also Lady's Saddle and Basket Phaeton and Harness, almost new together or separate ; sold only on account of sickness oi owner. Apply at private stable, IV East Twenty-eighth street. A be sold V" together or separately. KENDALL k' h'ei uiMJkOiMiis. Mvtaut rnu LADY'S HANDSOMEST SADDLE AND HARNESS Pony in the State; also Phaeton and Harness; most - hel HORSK*, CAWRIAeEg, ?C. AMUCTlON H0U8B OF ARCH. JOHNSTON ([.Mr Johnstoa A Van TjwmU). OFFICE AND SALESROOM, Old) 8TAND, 37 Nassau street, opposite the Port o?ce. THE 1IOR8E AUCTION BRANCH OP THE nOUSE 1* REMOVED TO THE SPACIOUS PREMISES. 19, 21 23 aud 2S KA>T THIKTEKNTH HTRKET, between Filth avenue and University place. The buriuew will be conducted on precisely the mm* strict and honorable principles which have always char acturiaud the dealings ol our house and won the resp??t and confidence ol the busiuew community as well as tat public at large. Regular sales twice a week throughout the year. CATALOGUE OF THIS DAY'S BALK AT IS O'CLOCK. EL 1.(1 ANT PRIVATE ESTABLISHMENT. TEAM (BROWN AND BAY\ i? hands, 7 and * years; kind and true in all harncse and under saddle-, tree trom vice; have tine style mid action; tree drivers and tait travellers, and warranted sound, toKether with POUR-WHEEL TWO-SKAT DOG CART, by Wood Brother*; set olflno Double Harness, by Wood Gibson, Ac. ELK'! ANT ROAD TURNOUT. BROWN TROTTINO MARK, long, flowing inane and tall. bauds, 6 years; kind and true in all harness and under baridle; can dot in a minutes; tree and klylish driver; warranted sound ; together with NO-TOP fc-sRAT ROAD WAGON, by SUveri', sel of fine ciiy made Harness. Blsukets, Ac. El.liGAN 1' FAMILY ESTABLISHMENT. TEAM BROWN AND BAY HORSES, 10 hard*, 7 and 8 years old. kind an 1 truo in all harness, tree irom vice and very stylish, all duv travellers, alraul cf nothing ; warranted sound. Togother witn WESTCHESTER llOCKAWAY. in good order, by J R. Lawri ncc. Sot Gold Mounted Double Humes-, nearly new, Ac. COUPE ROCKAWAY in good order. Ble; ant t'ark Turnout. TEAM THOROUGHBRED COAL BLACK MARKS. BLACK HAWK hTOCK, raised by Mr. Williams, of Delaware county, N. Y.. 15)4 hands, H and 9 vears, kind and true in all harness and under saddle, free iroin vice, can trot in minutes, very tree and stylish drivers; warranted sound. Together with TEA CARV, nearly new, by Brewster, of Broome street. Bet ot elegant Double Harness, by Phillips, ol' Philadel phia. FINE TROTTINO OB ROAD ESTABLISHMENT CHESTNUT SORRhL IIORKK, SIRKIi BY TORONTO CHIEF, DAM THOROUGHBRED Dong Island marc. 14)4 hands, 6 years old: kind and truo in all harness; free from vice; stylish action; warranted to trot In 3 minutes; warranted sound; together with Side Bar no top Roail Wagon, by Purcell: set single Harness, Ac. BLACK PONY HOUSE, born with short tail. 14% hands, 6 years; kind und true in all harness; excellent saddle horse; truo trom vice; can trot ill three minutes; warranted sound. DARK BROWN COUTH HORSE, long mane and tail, 16>i .hands. 7 years; kit"! and true in all harness; free from vice; good traveller ; free driver; excellent latnily horse; warranted sound. LIGHT COUPE, in good order; set flne city made coupe Harness. DARK BROWN SADDLE MARE, 14 l>? hands, 8 years; kind and true in harness; has been ridden aud driven by a lady for the past year and a half. DOCTOR'S (lit), in tine order. A SUPERIOR BRr.D BAY HORSE, all black points, 15'| hands, 7 years; prompt, tree driver; kind and true in ail harness: utrald of nothing; warranted sound. FIVE CLOSE COACHES. BBOWN HORSE, 19 hands, 10 years; kind In all har ness. Sold for account of whom it may concern. TEAM OF ELEGANT BRIGHT BAYS, IS'i hands. 8 Sears; kind and truo in all harness and under saddle; ne style and action ; can trot together in 3 minutes; tine road team for gentleman's use ; warranted sound. SEVERAL FINE FAMILY AND WORK HORSES. De scription time of sale. EXPRESS AND DEPOT WAGONS. TOP AND NO TOP PONY PHAETONS. SKELETON WAGON. Five Sets of flne Double Harness. Three Sets of Single Harness. Twenty lop Buggies. Concord Wagon. Wcaihcr never interferes with our sale. AT BARKER ft CHASE'S CITY AUCTION MART AND N. Y. TATTERSALLS, corner of Broadway and Thirty-ninth street. MAJOR CHAS. W. BARKER, AUCTIONEER. REGULAR SRLE OF HORSES. CARRIAGES. AC., EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAYS TWENTY-FOUR HOURS ALLOWED FOR TRIAL ON every horse sold under warranty. THE ONLY MART IN THK STATE HAVING THE proper facilities lor showing horses on sale, viz., a large driving ring entirely under cover. CATALOGUE OF SALE THIS DAY AT 12 O'CLOCK. COMMENCING WITH THK ENTIRE STOCK OF CARRIAGES, HARNESS, AC., CONTAINED AT ABOVE MART, and comprising SIXTY TOP AND NO TOP ROAD WAGONS, DEPOT. EXPRESS AND BUSINESS WAGONS, 1PARK AND PONY PHAETONS, ROCKAWAY}', SUNDOWNS AND LUMBER WAGONS, DOUBI.E AND SINGLE HARNESS, ROBES, BLANKETS. SADDLES. BRIDLES, AO. EVERYTHING IN THE HORSE LINE. THIS IS A RARE opportunity for irentleincn wishing to purchase, for the stock comprise* every style ol vehicle known to the public, und will be sold regard less ol cost or valuation, on account of the widening of Broadway. _ THE FOLLOWING CONSIGNMENTS OF 6TOCK WILL BE DISPOSED OF during above sale SIX ELEGANT INDIAN 1'ONIES, bred in the Cherokee Nation, 13 to II hands high, ft and 6 years old; all splendid drivers in harness and elegant under saddle ; perfectly gentle und docile, nnd warranted sound uad kind. HANDSOME DARK IKON GRAY THOROUGHBRED Marc, sired bv Gray Eagle and bred In Kentucky, lfttj high. 5 vears old: tine in double harness; tine riddle mare ; sharp traveller anil warranted soiin 1 anil kind. THE ABOVE PONIES AND MAKE ARE the property of n prominent cattle drover, and will lie sold without reoNE?'OF THE MOST ELEGANT road Turnouts ever offered at public sale, and comprising the celebrated hay trotting gelding ORANGE BO\ , sired by Edsall's llauihlc tonlan, uatn by Hector: bred by James Newsome, Esq., of Orange county ; is I5){ high, 7 years old;. ill elegant and verv stvlish driver : trotted last season at ELmiUc, Ulster county. In 2 Sifi, and is WARRANTED TO TROT IN 2 :45 this day or no sale; is ono of the fluest gaited, best dispositional trotters on the road ; is no puller nor lugger. and is warranted sound and kind ; also an cb-gaut top road Wu 'on, built bv Godwin, Harness, Clothing, Ac., the property of a gentleman who sails for Europe ou Wednesday. FINE GOLDEN SORREL SADDLE and Harness Ponv, 14 high, 7 yesrs old; elegant driver; Hue under saddle aud wnrrranted sound and kln.l. FAMILY ESTABLISHMENT, COMPRISING an extra flne pair of bay Holdings, 16 high, 7 and S years old. very flne stylish drivers; trot close to 3 minutes ; fine artloii anil nppcarancc; gaited and act alike ; flowing manes and tails and warranted sound and kind ;al?o Park Phae ton, Harness, Ac. ; fold for want of use. MARSHAL'S SALE? Horse ond Ponv. POWERFUL GRAY DRAUGHT Marc, l'X'* Iilglt, 3 years old, great worker. DUN PON \ , 12 HANDS high, 6 years old, flne saddle and harness pouy. ABOVE AKE t-CLD BY ORDER of James O'Hara, City Marshal. ALSO SEVERAL OTHER Horses. PI i.L DESCRIPTION at sale. SALES NEVER POSTPONED on account of weather. THE GREAT SALE OF MONROE COUNTY Horses takes placc on Monday, 21st iu>t, at 12 o'clock. A? MAJOR CHARLES W. BARKER. AUCTIONEER. . THE GREAT S \LK OF THIRTY HEAD OF HIGH BRED TROTTERS, ROADSTERS AND FAMILY HORSES, just arrived from Monroe couuty, takes place ON MONDAY, APRIL 21. AT 12 O'CLOCK, AT BARKER ft CHASE'S CITY AUCTION MART AND NEW YOBK TATTER BALL'S, corner of Broadway nnd Thirty-ninth street. Ten head of highbred Trotters aud Roadsters, war ranted to trot in from 2 :40 to Suunutes. The balance all elegant road or family Horses, includ ing several fine saddle horses. There are iio old, nxed up trotters in tliis lot: itll are voting. sound, and perfectly green and cupablo of great improvement. sale positive and without reserve, on account of the widening of Broadway. See the descriptions in to morrow's Herald. ~~ A MAJOR CHAS. W. BARKER, AUCTIONEER. . ATTEND THE GREAT SALE THIS DAY, APRIL 19, AT 12 O'CLOCK, AT BARKER A CHASE'S CITY AUCTION MART AND NEW YORK TATTERS A LLS, corner el Brosdwav nnd Thirt v. ninth street. Of the immense stock of CARRIAGES. HARNESS, BLANKETS, ROBES, WHIPS, HALTERS, ft?. The Stock comprises sixty ton and no top Road Wagons, Depot, Express and Busluess Wagons. Do it Carts, Rock awuvs, park and pony Phaetons, Ac.. Ac. ; in fact, every style of vehicle known to the riding public. Tlie sale of the Monroe county lioraes takes plaoe on Monday next. Sale positive, on account of the widening ot Broadway. Arch. Johnston's new mart, 19, 21. 23 AND 25 EAST THIRTEENTH STREET, BETWEEN UNIVERSITY PLACE AND FIFTH AVENUE. THIS DAY. AT 12 O'CLOCK. TWO ELEGANT TEAMS OF CARRIAGE HORnKS. TEAM OF YOUNG TROTTERS. MAGNIFICENT PARK TURNOUT. ROAD HORSE, WARRANTED TO TROT IN THREE MINUTES. THOROUGH BRED ROADSTER. T CART. COUPE ROCK AWAY. GENTLEMAN'S ROAD TURNOUT. NO TOP WAGON. BY STIVERS. TOP WAGON. BY MINER A STEVENS. T PRIVATE SALE-VERT STYLISH, WELL matched pair of Mcmbrlno Mares. 7 and 8 years; 13.S hands hlali ; fine steppers and klad in harness. Can be seen at 13 West Thirteenth street. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF COUPES SELLING AT great sacrifice, to close out; Landaulet*. Landaus, reasonable Carriages; several sc< ond hand Carriages taken in exchange. DAM, Id East Fourth street. AM NO. 8 CORTLANDT tftREET, NEAR BROADWAY. Light t'arrleges and Harness. No Broadway expenses, no Br< ad war profits. Work warranted as represented. Al'CH. JollNhTON. LARGE ASSORTMENT NEW AND SECOND HAND A Carriage Open Bug rriagest all stales, Family Rockaways, Top and inigio-'. Pony Phaeton, at greatly reduced prices. WITT Y'S, Pal ton and Nevrns streets, Brooklyn. A COMPLETE TURNOUT FOR SALE-VERY stylish chestnut Horse. 16 hands; sound and kind; an elegant Landaulet, used only four months; T Cart, made by Turrell A Son, London:! set of double and I coupe Harness, made by Ilart, of Londou ; also landaulet Harness, city make : Mlankeb, Robes, Whips, Ac. Tne owner can be seen at stables, l.%4 East Fiitv-seventh street, near Lcxiugtou av< ai.e, from 8 to 10 A. M. and 4 to 7 P. M. A BEAUTIFUL AND GOOD SPAN OF MATCHED Horses t#r sale cheap, or exchange for fine Furni ture: parlor and lied. oom suits principally wanted, in quire ol D. J. FOX, 197 Duane street A BEAUTIFUL BLACK HORSE. WITH A LONG mniie and tall, li rears old ; he is a handsome step per and very last ; fearless of locomotive ; he is quiet, tor a lady to ride or drive ; he is free from blemish ; also i ne coupe Horse, ne Is very stvlish, ? > t ar* old, with plentv of strength: they are both warranted sound, either Ih single or double hsrness; they are the property of a widow ladv ; sold through death ot the husband. Apply at&l South Filth avenue. A? FOR HALE. THE PROPERTY OF A TRADE3 ? man from the country; ono good draught Horse, weight 1 ,350 lbs. ; he is a good worker, either In single or double harness ; sound ; parted for no fault, only the r having uv further use I v liim. Apply at 61 South tlXUj *Y?HUfe HOKSK&. CAHKIAGES, AC. A PAIR MUI. EH WANTED? CHEAP, FOR FARM work ; muM be kind and sound ; work single and double; I'hrapforrMh. W. A. CARTER, 62 Cortlaudt street, near Oroenwlch. A -FOR SALE CHEAP OR EXCHANGE. FAIR ? black Horses, 16 hands high, carriage or business team ; extra fine black Marc, la?* handifliigh, sired by Putchen ('liter, superior roadster or family animal; black Hone, 16 hand* high ; top Basket Phaeton, Har ness Ac. M drove direct. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF PONY PHAETONS, top and no top, at prices to suit the times; two top side bar second hand Wagons, hung low; Sulkies una Sketetou Wagons, Depot Wagons, RocRa ways, extension top 1 huetons, Victorias, six-sent Rockaways, 10 Kxprets N agous, Harness, Blankets Ac. WM. H. ijkay, 20niid -2 Wooster street. AT FACTORY-LARGE STOCK OF TOP BUGGIES, Rockaways, I'hui tons, Victorias; one Barouche, cheapest in city ; will trade lor one Hewing Machine; Do 1 Mc,t'c Preicrred. MB and 148 Bldrldge street. A -FOR SALE (JI'ST ARK IV KD FROM VERMONT^ . tlie finest pair ol brown Vares in tlio State; full sisters; cannot be tolil apart; 15% hands high, 6 ami 7 years old; perfectly kind and sound and very stylish ; will exchange for lower priced Horses. To bo seen at Waverley Stables, H7 and 14U Weft Thirty -tlttli strci t, be tween Seventh avenue and Broadway. JENKINS A RYAN. A -FOR SALE, A BAY ABDALLAn HORSE, 15.3, ? 3 years old. free and stylish driver ; sound ami kind In single or double harness; also a city inane top Wagon, usee three times, und set ol single Harness. HALEY'S stable, 12? and 129.1iast l ilty-thiid street. / "(HEAP nORSl-8.? A SECOND nAND FAVORITE \. Trotter will be sold cheap, to work on a tarni cr for a lady to drive; canuot be boughi un'.css can huve assur ance lie will be well used. Also another ltoad Horse, at low price. JllHiuirc a( 130 East Thirty tlrst street CARRIAGES- A VARIETY OE SECOND HAND TOP J and light Road Wagons, Doctors' Wagons, Rock away, Depot and turn -out seat Buggies, Musket Phaeton, four und six-seat Phaetons, Ac , Ac. Also a very largo and superior stock new work, unsurpassed in any par ticular. R. M. STIVERS, 144 to 152 tiast Tltlriy-fli'st St. C1ARRIAGES ? SLIGHTLY DAMAGED; GREAT BAR. J gains; Carriages, new and second haud, of every de scription, allow prices; now is the time to purchase, lie lore trade commences. MANU1 ACTl) UERb' UNION, 639 Brouuway. , IpOR MALE? FOR WANT OF USB, AT ONE HALF ITS cost, an elegant eight-spring l.andau, mr.de l>v Wood Bros., nearly new. Apply at private stable 116 West Fiftieth street. For hale-a first class landau, built by Bulder Bros., Paris, In perfect order; also a Coupe by Wood Bros. Company. The property of a gentleman about going abroad. Apply at private stable 35 West Thirteenth street For sale? a fine bked black horsb, i# hands high, raised by Senator Morgan, of Poughkeep sle; perfectly sound and kind in double or single har ness; can trot in 4U, Apply at private Btable ; 5 West Thirteenth street For sale-a stylish bay horse, 15 hands, s years old ; warranted sound and kind ; can be drlvott by a lady or any one ; suitable lor a doctor, express or milkman; sold for want ot use. Inquire at 624 East Eleventh street FOR SALE? A SADDLE HORSB, 16 hands high, 6 years old; goes in single or doublo harness ; trot* up to 2 A) ; price $I,ikio. Apply at 332 or 341 West Twenty first street POR SALE-A PAIR OF CARRIAGE HORSES, BAYS, F black points, \'.<M hands, 7 years old tills Spring ; will be sold separately or together. Apply at prlvalo stable 43 hast 'thirty-fourth street before 12 o'clock. For sale-retired contractor's btock. Nlnc Carts, Kurn it II re Truck, Harness, llaud Cart; also large Yard and Stables to let; centrally located ; Eleventh street. Second avenue. JAMES MULRY, ItOiJ East Twelllh street For sale-a very stylish cream-colored Horse, lor the saddle and harness; 5 years old, IV a lianas liigli, souml ami kind. No. 6 West Thirteenth at. IflOR SALE-A PINE FITS YEAR OLD THOROl'GH 1 bred black Morpan Mare, 16 hands high; step* well; warranted sound, kind and very gentle ; price $36<). 256 West 1 hiriy-fourth street For sale cheap-a good horse, suitable for most any purpose. Inquire at 135 East Twenty slxtti street. 1J10R SALE CHEAP? A NEW LIGHT TOP GROCER'S A* Wagon. Apply at the wagon shop, West Thirty-ninth street, between Eleventh and Twelfth avenues. Mcl, 'READY. Fine turnout for salb cheap.? pair of handsotnn Ponies (Kentucky Arabians), 13i^ hands, long tails and manes: perfectly gentle; sulianlc tor a laiiy ; also I'liaeton alia Harness; can be seen nt Thome's ?table*. Thirty -first street, near Sixth avenue. Address W. m. v., box S, 017 New York Post office. G1 RKATEST SALE OK THE SEASON, r RliLIABLP. HOUSE. AIlCH. JOUNKTON'S MAIIT. THIS DAY (SATURDAY). AT 12 O'CLOCK, THAMS, CARRIAGE*, HABNESH; THE FINEST. LOOK! LOOK ! LOOK! LOOK! LOOK AT CATALOGUE AMOVE. Remember wlicn you buy of the house or ARCH. JOHN B'l'oN you can rely upon every statement made. Wcatner never interferes ? nh our rales. Hotel or roaii house, corner of boulb vard anil 100th street; three year*' learnt ll,ANt year. C. W. K1ICHBM. 848 wlWl street, Braoklyn. HAItNES-'.? THK CHEAPEST HARNESS STORE IN New York: poo l double truck Harness, $39 ; nnn.l j tingle bunu'V Harness, hand muile. SIT: a good 1-tnblo { Blanket, $J fit); the largest assortment ol Cart llanv ss in the city. Cheaper than ever on account of inoviug May 1U. l'leasc call and examine tor yourselves. fisher A OSBORNE, 43 Murray street. Harness.- i have a large stock of hab ncss, all kinds ami stylos, ot my own make, which I offer at extremely low prfce.-i : also Riding Saddles and Bridles, Whip*, Spur*. Halters, Blankets, Shoot*, Lap Robes und everything in the lior.iO line cheap Inr cash. E. HAR1 LETT, G2 Warren street, corner College place. Harness cheap.? a set of light fine leather covered Simile Harness and ladles' Side Saddle; both in good order; lor sale separately or to gether. Address HARNESS, box 138 Herald olt.ee. IIGHIT BUSINESS WAGON, $3/1; LIGHT EXPRESS J or Business Wugon, pole an l shafts, ^hitting top, three seat*. $12.i: three-sent Roe ka way, $2tn); two-scut Phaeton. $150; three-seat Phaeton, 9160"; two-seat tamllr Kockaway, $125; two light Road Wagons WO; otic Skel eton. $23." 54 <Jro\e street MANUFACTURERS' UNION REPOSITORY, 638 Broad war. ?Carriages, Harness, larsrest assortment ever oflere I, nt most reasonable prices All styles ol Fam ily Carriages ami Light Wagons, new and tecond hand. MANUFACTURERS' UNION, ti.53 Broadway. PRIVATE TURNOUT.? PARTIES IN PURSUIT OF Horses will do well to call and see a pair of 16 hand Bays, yoiin/, stylish and fa?t; also two single Hor-es, all sound and unexceptional ; also P. irk Phaeton, Buggy and 1 Harness; warranted t>y iirivatc gentleman selling out. Can he seen at vis West Forty-<1r?t street. CftOOKVJAIIO DOO CART? TWO COUPES, SMALL O Ponv Wagon, six seat Rockaway. Depot Wagon. ?ev era! top and open Boggles, six-scat Rockaway, number ? Carriages, slightly soiled, at bargain*. MAN 1 1 A'.'l USERS' UNION, SW Broadway. OPEED. SPEED. SPEED. O WARRANTED. WARRANTED, AT ARCII. JOHNSTON'S HORSE AND CARRIAGE MART, 19 21, 2.1 AND 25 EAST THIRTEENTH STREET, BETWEEN FIFTH AVENUE AND UNIVERSITY PLACE. THH DAY, AT 12 O'CLOCK. CHESTNUT SORREL HORSE, U% hands.6 year* old; warranted to trot in tliree minutes; warranted sound. STABLE TO LET? 29X110 FEHT, 96 STALLS, WITH waenn n o:r, ; will not be let tor iivery ;>urpo<es; lo cation near Tenth street nnd Broad wav. Address A. H. H., statlonD. S TABLING.? BOOM FOR TWO OR THRF.E HORSES and carriages in a first class stable, by the year. Inquire at 142 West Eighteenth street. STABLE TO LET-THREE STALLS, WITH CABBIAOE or wagon room, In Twenty -seventh street, near Third avenue. Apply at Fourth arunue. or i.z-jS Broadway. TO LET-STABLE* ON FBONT AND REAR OF 144 ami 1.VI We*t Eighteenth street, separate or together ; will he repaired or altered to suit tenants. Applr to S. WEEKS, Jr.. 4D Mott street, or to B. T. WEEKS, 1M West Eighteenth street ____________ 1_10 LET? PRIVATE STABLE, AT 131 WEST SEVEN teenth street, between Sixth and Seventh avenues; foor stalls. JOHN J. TOWNSKND, 76 Watl street ?fX^ANTED-A TRUCK BOMB; MUST BE SOUND AND TT a good worker. Address, lor tliree days, stating price, J. M. 8., Herald ofllce. \lr EST si DE "caRrT AOB REPOSITORY, 1,494~AND V) 1,?W Broadway.? An entire new stock of carriages Of every description and style. ca!i and examine. .lOHt Prt KEAL A CO. TIT ANTED? -BRE W STER (6 F 11 ROOM F. STREET) TuP TT Waaon, lull sl/.o, late ?trle and but little ti-ed. Ad drew, giving price and paiticulars, boa 1.437 Post office. Nee. York. WAVERLH.V BOARDING AND LIVERY STABLES. 147 TT and 149 West Thirty-tilth street, between Seventh avenue and Brondwav.? The finest Turnouts 'nthecitv to let, in tho way cf open and toi> wagons, Park or Ponr Phaetons, Road Wagons, Trotting Hordes, Ac., on mod erate terms. Call and see. JENKINS A RYAN. "YACHTS, STKAIHBOm ScC.~ FOR SALE-NEW AND SECONDHAND TUGBOATS. Apply to E C. force, Noa s and 7 Dey street, ruoin 6 For sale? a new tugboat, iixi* apply to k. C. force, Nos. 5 and 7 Day street, room 6. For sai.B? two marges and one canal boat Inquire of OEOBiE S. TOWNSEND, Dry Dock pier 52 East Klvvr. SLOOP RIOGBD BOAT, 2.1 FEET LONG, LITTLE over 10 teet wide, lead colored tMcs, halt-decked over, painted yellow, Sharpie build, mainsail pieced on the head about two lect, the jlh placed out oil the foot all the way across, the main and peak halliards all new; was stolen from <ilen Cove, April IS, 1-7.1, ironi CALEB MIL LER, Glen Cove. ?HTANTED-A SECOND HAND CLINKER BUILT Hi II TT Ins Boat Irom 13 to 15 teet long. Address, giving lowest cash price, C. B. L, box 34 Post office. PI1VK ARTS. A RARE CHANCE? FOR SALE, A FINE LOT OF Imported oil Paintings, at 176 Grand street, nnpos'te Odd Fellows' Hall; mast be sold by May 1 on account of leaving for Europe. RITROPFAN STJBAMSHIPN. North German lloyd steamship company? For Southampton and Bremen. The steameiup BOLN. Captain II, E. Frank*. will Mil on We>lne>day, April 23, at t P. M., from Bremen pier, toot of Thirtf street. Hobokcn, to be followed hy Steamship OKUTSCIILAND, Captain W. LadewigS, on Saturday, April 28. RATKri Or PASSAGE TO LONDON, HAVRE AND BRKMKN, payable In pold, or Its equivalent in currency. Ftrst Cabin ~ 9120 Second Cabin 72 8 tec rape SO For freight or passage apply to 0KLK1CH8 A CO.. AffcntS. No. 2 Bowling (ireen. rpilR II A MB U RG -A M K RIMaN PACKET COMPANY'S J. iron mall steamship FRI&IA, Captain C. Meier, will mil on Thursday, April 24, at P. M.. lor Hamburg, taking passengers from New York to Plymouth, London, Cherbourg and Hamburg. First Cabin, $120. Second Cabin, $72. Steeram. J So, payable in United Stales gold. Kt'NHAKL)r A CO., c. B. RICHARD A BOA*, General Agents. General Passenger Agent*, ?I Broad street, New \ork. 01 Broadway, New York. The WESTPHALIA will haII May I. The SAXON 1A, an extra steamer direct, April 21, at P. M. MTBITK STAR LINK. YV FOR QUKBNSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL. CARRY I Nil TUB UNITED STATUS MAIL. New and fnll-pow?red ?teamidilps. Sailing from New York on Saturdays, from Liverpool on Thursdays, calling at Cork Harbor each way. ADRIATIC Saturday, April III, at 10 A. M. BALTIC Saturday, April 20, at 3 P. M. CELTIC,.., Saturday, May ,H, at 10:31) A. M. OCKAN1C Saturday, May 10, at 3 P. M. ?From the White Star dock, Pavouia terrv, Jersey City. Passenger accommodation* tor all cIuk-cs unrivalled, combining safety, speed and eomtort Saloons, staterooms, smoking room and bathroom* in midship section, where least motion is felt. burgeons and stewardess accompany the steamer. Rates? Saloon, $1.0 gold ; steerage, $30 in curroncy. Those wishing to send for friends In the old country can now obtain steerage prepaid certificate*, $32currency. Passengers booked to or from all parts of America to Paris, Hamburg, Norway, Sweden, India, Australia, China, Ac. Drafts frout ?1 upwards. For Inspection of plan* and other Information apply at tho company's office, 19 Broadway, Now York. Bills ol lading Issued to Continental porta. J. 11. SPARKS, Agent. INMAN LINK. For Quecnstown and Liverpool. Royal Mail steamers are appointed to sail as lollows : CITY OF ANTWERP Saturday, April 19, 9 A. M. CITY OF LIMERICK Thursday, April -'4. 2 P. M. CITY OF LONDON Saturday, April 26, J P. M. CITY OF NEW YORK Thursday, May 1, 0 A. M. OITY OF PARIS Saturday, May 8. 11 A. M. CITY OF BALTI MORE Thursday, May 8, 'J P. M. and each succeeding Saturday and Thursday, from pier ?, North Rlvor. RATES OF PASSAGE. Cabin, $88 and $100, gold, uccordlng to accommodation. Round trip tickets ::t low rates. Steerage.? To Liverpool, Queenstnwn, Glasgow, Loa dondorry, London, Bristol or Cardlll, $30. Prepaid certi ficates, $3'J, currency. Passengers also forwarded to Havre, Hamburg, Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Paris, at reduced rates. Drafts issued ut lowest rates. For cabin passage and general business apply at the Company's ofllce, 15 Broadway. For steerage passage, 33 Broadway. JOHN G. DALE, Agent, or to O'DONNFLI, A FAULK, 402 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. M. S. CRP.AGH, State street, Boston. F. C. BROWN, M0 South Market street, Chicago. WM INMAN, Liverpool, and No. 9 Rue scribe, Paris. ANCHOR LINB. Steamers sail Prom pier 20 North River, New York, EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. CALIFORNIA. Sat., April 19 1SMAILIA Wed., May 7 OLYMPIA....Wed., April 23 VICTORIA Sat., May 10 INDIA Sat., April 26 CAST ALIA.... Wed., May 14 COLUMBIA. .Wad., April 30 ANOI.IA Sat.. Muv 17 AUSTRALIA... Sat., May 3 ASSYRIA Wed., May 21 The passenger accommodations on steumers of this line are unsurpassed for elegance and comfort. Cabin statco rooms are all on upper deck, thus securing good light and ventilation. RATES OF PASSAGE TO GLASGOW, LIVERPOOL, OR LONDONDERRY. Saturday steamers. Wednesday steamers. Gold. ' Currency. Cabins $75 and $65 $75 and $!? Cabin return tickets, secur ing best accommodations.. $130 $130 STEERAGE, $30 CURRENCY. Tickets for passage to or from any seaport or railway station In Great Britain, Ireland or tlie Coutinent issued DRAFTS F< )H ANY AMOUNT AT CURRENT RATES. Oompuny'sofllcos, No. 7 Howling Urecu, New York. HENDERSON BROTHERS, .Agent* N. B.? CALIFORNIA sails at 10 A. M., April l!l. ,'ust published, "The Trip to Europe, a inacazl'io ol Information for ocean travellers; can be had treo of charge on application. N TOTICE TO PASSENGERS. Anchor Line steamer CALIFORNIA Sails on Saturday, April 19, from Pier 20, at lu A. M. HENDERSON BROTHERS, No. 7 Bowtlni Green. 0 NI.Y DIRECT LINE TO FRANCE. THE GENERAL TRANSATLANTIC COMPANY'S MAIL STEAMSHIPS BETWEEN NEW YORK AND HAVRE, CALLING AT BREST. The splendid vesne's on this favorite route forth# Con tinent will sail from pier No. W Nortli River, as fol lows VILLE DU HAVRE, Surraont Saturday, Ar>i*ll I ' Pl.itKlKK, Daurr Saturday, Mayt WASHINGTON, Bonwau Saturday, May 17 ST. LAURENT, Lemarie Saturday, May 31 PRICE OF PASSAGE IN GOLD in'ludin* wliwj TO BREST OR HAVRE. First Caldn, >lir. : Second Cabin. $75. Excursion 'lieki isat reduced rate*. Those steamers do not carry steerage pafuentrer* American traveller* going to or return!-!.; trom the Continent of Europe, hy talcing thl? line, avoid both transit by Emlish railway and the discomforts 9f eros.4 ing the Cliunnei, besides ravins time, trouble and ex P6a,e' GEO ROE MACKENZIE, Agent. W Broadway. CJTEAMER VILLE DU HAVRE. FOB BREST AID Havre, will leave pier 60 North River, foot ol Morton street, on Saturday, April 19, at 10 o'clock. Passenger* are requested to be on board at 9 o'clock. UBORGK MACKENZIE, Agent. rpilK HAMBURG- AMERICAN PACKET COMPAJIT'S A iron mall steamship FIUSIA, Captain C. Meier, will sail en Thursday, April 24. at 2 P. M? tor Hutniiiirg, taking passengers from New Vork to Plymouth, London, Cherbourg uud Hamburg. First Cabin, $120. Second Cabin, $72. Steerage, pavublo In United states gold. K UN* II AUDI A CO., " C. M. RICHARD A BOAS, General Agents, General Passenger Aiieiits, CI Broadway, New York. fil Broadway, New Yori. The WKMTI'HaLIA will sail May 1. The SAXONIA, as extra steamer direct, April 19. N'ATIONAL LINE OF STEAMERS. Weekly to Queenstown and Liverpool; fortnightly to London direct. TO QUEEN STOWN AND LIVERPOOL, from piers 41 and 47 Nortli River. SPAIN, Grace Saturday April 19, at 10 A. M. ITALY, Grig" Saturday. Anr.l'^i, at H i'. M. GREECE, Tlioinas Saturday. May 3, ui 10 A. M. FOR LONDON DiRECI'. DE.MAUK, Sumner Thursday, May 1, at 9 A. M. THESE STEAMSHIPS are THE LARGEST IN THE TRADE. Cabin pawutife, $90 and $w>, curreticy. Steerage, $1W, currency. Prepaid steerage tickets trom Liverpool, Qu^ensiown, Londonderry, Glasgow. Cardiff, Bristol or London, CHEAPER IIIAN BY ANY OTHER LINK. For iurther Information applv at the company's o<Bce, 69 Br iadwuy. * . W. J. HURST. Matiauer. C'NITED STA ES MAII." LINE.? STEAM TO (JULE No town and Liverpool. Sailing everv Wednesday. MINNESOTA, Freeman -ipril 23. at 2W P. M. MANHATTAN, Prie^. Jr * pril 30, at 11 P. M. From pier 4(i North B'.ver. Cabin passage, $soffold , steeraxe. currency. Prepaid tickets, $32 currency. Passenger* booked to and trom Paris. Hamburg, Nor way una Sweden, Ac Drafts on ;rel?n<i, Kn?lan I, Fra'nce and Germany at lowrt rate<. Apply to WILLIAMS A GC ION, t? Broadway. C1UNARD LINK. J The British and North American Hovai Mail swauishlp\ between New York and Liverpool, calling at Cork Harbor. From New I ork. ?RUSSIA Wed., Aprl' l'i CALABRIA.. Sat., April 19 ?JAVA Wed., April a PARTUIA Sat.. April 2* ?CUBA Wed. , April 30 ? ? ?SCOTIA Wed.. Muv 7 ABYSBTBIA.. Sat.. May 10 ALGERIA... Wod.. May II BATAVIA Sat. Mav 17 aiel even' following Wednesday and Saturday from New York, tf'i-amer* marked thus ? do not carry steerage ''Stales of"pa?age? Cabin, $30. $100 and $130, gold, ac cording to accommodation. Tickets to Paris. $15, gold, additional. Return tickcli on favorable terms. Steer age. currency. Steers g<> tickets fr?im Liverpool and (jueonitown, and a!> parts of Europe, *t low .-st rates. For freight uud cabin i>as.sa?e apply at tho company'* Otllee. No. 4 Bowling Green : lor steerage passage, at 111 Broadway, Trinity Buildinp. CHARLES G. FRANCKLYN, Agent. Or to P. II. DUVERNET, corner of Clark and Randolph streets, Chicago. III. C1REAT WESTERN STEAMSHIP LINK. r NEW t ORK TO BRISTOL (ENoLAND) DIRECT, Taking goods and passengers for London, Cardiff, New port. Gloucester and all ports in the Bristol Channel. The steamers of this lias will sail from Plor 14, East River, as follows ARKAUON, Western Saturday, Mav 17 GREAT WESTERN to follow. Now sieainer now building. Cabin passage, $71), currency. Steerage, $?*', currency. Parties wishing to send for their friends can obtain prepaid certificates. Drats for ?1 and upward*. For freight or passage apply to E. K. MORGAN'S SONS, 70 South street, New York. TsSRNGERS PER STBAMSHIP CALABRIA EM- ! b.irk from the Cntiard wharf, foot of ifran I street, Jersey City, at 10 A. II., oil ,-aturda.v. April 19. l-ff.i. ' '' , ( HAS. 6. FRANCKLYN, ] No. 4 Rowling Ureeu, New York. (>AZE'3 EUROPEAN TOURS? RoYAL MAIL ROUTBS. I J fickets from yueenstown. Liverpool and Glaagow. via I'ondon, lor all parts of Europe. Atlantic pastures securcd. Hotel Coupon* for principal cltle* In Europe, i G AZE'S American office, No 6 Bowling Green, New York. t'OAHTWW* ?fRAHfnn> J^KW YORK AND nAVANA DIRECT MAIL LINK, These first class steamships will gall overy Tuesday atl P. 51., from pier 11 North River (foot of Cedar ureet), for Havana direct, as follow*:? Steamship WlLMIN?T'tN Tuesday, April?! Steamship Mt'ltlto castle Tuesday, Aoril 'i Steamship CRESCENT CIT1T Tuesday, May * For freight or passage (havlag magnificent acoommoda tii.ns) apply to WILLIAM P. CLYDE A CO.. n utifvi i . . , ,, 11J Wall street. v. * HfiULKR. Atoavut Uayaba. COASTWIHE HTKAMHHIPH. PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S Line to CALIFORNIA, JAPAN AND CHINA, vm Panama, carrying mails, passengers and freight to Asplnwall, Panama, Santa Martha, Ureytown ami Pacific coast of Mexico, Central America, Pesri an<1 Chile. April 19, 1873? Steamer Of'EAN IJUEEN, Captain Sea bury, will leave pier 42 North River, at 12 o'clock noon, for Asplnwall direct, connecting at Panama with the steamer MONTANA, Captain Nolan, touching at Aca pulco, Manranillo, Muzatlan, and also connecting tor all Central American anil South Pacific porta. Departure* of luth and 20th of each month connect with the com panv's steamer touching at Han Benito, Tonata, Salina CriM and Port Angel. _ Steamer CHINA will leave San Francisco April Id, 1875, tor Japan and China. For rates of passage, freight and all further Information apply at company'* office on the pier, foot of Canal street. ? R BABy A(?ent UNITED STATES AND BRAZIL. MAIL BTEAMHHIP Company. The elegant sc rew steamship MERRIMACK, 2,000 ton* burden, Captain W. Weir, will sail for St. Thomas, Para, Pernambuco, Halila and Rio de Janoiro, on Wcdneaday, A^rll 23, ai 3 o'clock I'. M., from pier 43 North River. For freight or passage applv to W, It. GARRISON, Agent, No. 5 Bowling Green. New vork and hermuda steamship line. For Hamilton and St. Ocorge, Bermuda, carrying the I'nite t States Mall, and sailing from pier 37 North Itiver. as follows:? Sldrwliecl steamship ALBEMARLE, Captain Read, Thursday. April 21, at J o'clock P. M. Hide wheel iteaiuship HATTKRA8, Captain Lawrence, Thursday. May I, ut 3 o'clock P. M. For freight or pas-iaee, having elegant accommoda tions, apply to LUNT brothers. 28 Sou tli street UNITED STATES MAIL TO HAVANA AND MEXICO, HAVANA, l' ROGRESO AND VERA CRUZ. New York and Mexican Mail Steamship Line, leaving pier No. 3 North River, at 3 P. M. EVERY THURSDAY. CITY OF MER1DA (Havana only) April 24 CLEOPATRA (Havana nnu Mexico) May I CITY OF HAVANA (Havana only) M?y8 CITY OF MERIDA (Havana only) May 15 CITY OF MEXICO (Havana and Mexico) May 22 For freight or pur. age apply to F. ALEXANDRE k SONS, 33 Broadway. 1 TEXAS LINE OF GALVESTON STEAMERS, TOUCH ing at Key West, carrying the United States mall. The steamer CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Pen nington, la now receiving freight at pier ? East River, and will sail Saturday, April 19. Through bills of lading given to Houston, either by the G. II. and H. R. H. or by the Houston Direct Navigation Company, and to all pointa on the Galveston, Houston and Henderson and B. B. and C. Railroad. No charge for forwarding in New York. For freight or passage a^.^ ^ ^ or W. P. CLYDE, 119 Wall street. ITIOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT. ' Tho Cromwell Steamship Line. The steamship GEORGE CROMWELL, Captain Snmuel L. Clapp, will leave pier No. 9 North River, on Saturday, April lit at 3 P. M. Freights receivod dally. Through rates irlven to Galveston, Indlanola. Rocklort or Arauzas wharf, Brazos, Santiago and St. Louis. Cabin passage, W); steerage, $2A. For freight or pns> sage apply to CLARK A SEAMAN, 88 West street. IjlOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT. ' MERCHANTS' STEAMSHIP LINE, from pier No. 6 North River, at 3 o'clock P. M. EMILY B. SOUDER, on Saturday, April 19. Freight received dully. Through rates given ft>r St. Louis, Vicksburg. Mobile. Galveston and Indianola. For freight or passage (having superior accommoda tions) apply to FREDERIC BAKER, 30 Brmtdway IjlOR NORFOLK, CITY POINT AND RICHMOND.? 1 The Old Dominion Steamship Company will despatch lVoin pier 37 North River their elegant sldewheel sU'ttmsliip ISAAC HEI.L, Blakentan, coininander, for Norfolk, City Point and Richmond, on Saturday, April 19, at 3 P. M., giving through bills of lading to ail point* South and Southwest. Through passenger tickets issued to ail points. Accommodations unequalled. Apply at pier 37, or ai the general office, 187 Ureeuwi< U street, cor ner of Dey. TRAVELLERS' til'IHK. /CITIZENS' LINE FOR TBOY? PASSAGE 81 80.? THH " / elegant steamboat* SUNNY8IDE and POWELL leave pier 49 North River, foot of Leroy street, dall* (Saturdays excepted), at 6 o'clock P. M., connecting with nmrniiiK trains on Rensselaer and Saratoga, New York Central ami Trov and Boston railroad* for all points North, East and West. The most dtrect route to Sarato ga, Luke tieoi-ge and Montreal. Through tickets sold and b&Kgnge checked to destination. JOSEPH CORNELL, Superintendent. I^ALL RIVER LINE FOR BOSTON, via Newport and Fall River. The world-renowned steamers BRISTOL and PROVI DIAN CK leave pier 2H North River, foot of Murray street, dally (Sundays excepted). A. P. BACON, Superintendent. FINNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. Trains leave New York, from foot of Deabrows and Cor' land t streets, a-i follows:? Express lor llarri?hur*, Pittsburg, the West and South, with Pullman Palace ( ars attached, at 9:30 A. M.;5, / and 8 :30 P. M. Sunday, 6, 7 an l S :J I P. M. For Haltimore, Washington und the South at I A. M.;f and 9 P. M. Sun la.v. 9 P. M. Express lor Philadelphia, 8, 9, 9 :3d A. M. ; 12:30, 1,4, 1, I, 8:.3U, 9 P. M. and 12 night. Sund ?y, <>. 8 :30 and J P. M. For Philadelphia, via Kcndngton. at 7 A. M. audi P. If. Emigrant and secon I class, 7 :l > P. M, For Newark at 0, 8:3), 7, 7:H. 8:10, 9, 10, 11, 11 :?) A. M., 12, 1,1,2 :??, 3, 3:2<?, 3:W, 4:li>, 4 J), 5:11,5:21. .r?:l0, 5:5), ti, 6 :1?, (i :3<), 7, 7 :3d, 8:IU 4, 10, 11 :3). U P. M. Sunday, 5 :JJ, 6,8. Pi, 9 P.M. For kliitaboth, 6, ?; :3 I. 7, 7 :4d. 8, 8 ), 9, I ), II. !1 :i0 A. M., 12 M., 11:10, 1. 2. 2 : i), 3, 3:11, 3:1). 4, 4:10. 4:31. 5SM, 3:?, 3 :W. & ti :lo, 6 -*>, 7 :W, 8 :1J, I J, il :J ), 12 1'. M. Sunday. 5 :il 6 and 8:10 P. M. For ltahwav, ?, 6 :30, 7,8:10.9:30 and I) A. M.. 12 *.,1.1 2 :.3H, 3, 3 :2J, " :40, 4 :10, 4 4), S J J, 5 ;30, 3 :Vt, 0, 8 :30, 7 : 8 :l'l, 10 P. M., and 12 night Sunday, 5 and 8 P. M. For Wool'iridge and Pertli Amboy, 8 and 1) A. M.,! :I1 3 -41. 4 -S i and 5 :'<0 P. M. For New Brunswick, 7. W A. M? 12 *., 1.2.3, 4:10.3:1), 6, 9 P. M. and 12 niirht. Sunday, 8 an 1 9 P. M. For East Millstone, 7 A. M., 12 noon, 4 :10 an l 5:1) P. *. For LaiiihertvUlo a:nl Flemlagton, 9 A. M. audi P. M. For Phillpsburg and Belvldere, 2 and 4 P. M. Accommodation for Bordontown, Burlington and Cam den. 7 and 9 :30 A. .M? 12 ::?), 2, 3, 3: 40, 4 and 8 P. M. For Freehold, 7. 8 A. M , 2 and 4 P. *? ? For Jamesb'.'rg, Peruberton, Camden, o A. M., 3:10 p.m. Trains arrive as follows :? From Plitsbur/, 6:JJ A. M., 1 :03 P. M., dally. 10:11 A. M. and 0:34 P. M., daily, except Mt>ndav. Krom Washinnton anil Biltlmow.6:43 A. 4 d4, 10:12 P. M. Sundnv, fi :10 A. M. From Philadelphia, 6 31,8:50. 10 :14, ll W, ll'il A. M? 2:14, 3 -.51, 6 :31, 8 :? P. * Sunday, 6:21, 6:30, 11 :'M A. M. n . _ . Ticket offices, 583. 433, 271 and 944 Broadway; No. 1 A sum* lfu|?e and foot of Desbrosset and CorUandtstreeU. Emigraai Ticket office. So. 8 Bauery pl?"o. A J Cam ATT. M. BUlU.JI., Genera'. Manager. General Passenger Agent OHY 1 1 *The largest ?tock of U umm TI air Good 8 in the city at SHAW'H, . ,*?2 Rowcrt, between Fourth and uremt Jones street!, *nu ?63 sixth "avenue, between Twcnty*seconu ana Twenty third street* ajj ^P,tent U.ir Switches ? run lie tombid and brmbed, <1 each. Human Hair. cheapest and best in the market. Short Hair Switches, $2 each and upwards. French Switches, ?#. Curls. $t anil upwards. Latest ftylea always on hand. 1 Q1 CENTS-FINE WHITE CANTON MATTING: R&D J.02 check, fiuicv nnd colored Mattings: 4-4 Cheviot Shirtings, I9c. ; Woollen?, Cloth*. Cassiineres, Ac. ANOKKW MSTKR A CO., 103 Chambers street S11 I.KOAL (VOT1CBM. I'KP.ME ('OUST. _ In the matter of the application af the Department ot Pnhllc I'arln, tor ami In he.'ialf of the Mayor, Alder men and coium jnai'.y of the cttj of New York, relau M to tho Opening ot Klbgebridtfe Koad, northwardly troui the somberly line ot LWth street to tii- Harlem River, a? laid out oy the Commissioners ol the Orttral Purk. In the cltf of New York. We. the undersigned Commissioners of Estimate a*1 Assessment in the above entitled matter, hereby giv? notice to the owner or owners, occupant or occupant* cJ all kousee and lots and improved or unimproved lands affoeted thereby, and to ail others whom It may concern, to wl". :? I.? That wc have completed our estimate and assess ment, and that ali persona Interested in these proceed ings or in auv ot the lauds affected thereby, and who may be opposed to the same, do present their obicetloos in writing. dulr verified, to the undersigned Commissioners, i at our office) 190 B.-oadwav (room IS), in the saiu city, on or before the ttd dav of April, : irt. and that we, the said ! Commissioners, will' hear parties so j>Mectlng wlflkta tha ten week days lies.! a:ter tho said 2*1 day of April, 1S73, ' and for that purpo-... will be int attendance at our said oihee on ?ach of s?id ten days, at 11 o clock A. M. i II.? That the sb<tr.ict of the said estimate and asaens mint, together wifh our map*, an?t also a.l the affidavits, estimates and other documents which were used hy us in making our report, have heen deposited In the office of the Department oi ruf-lic Works. in the oltrof New York, there t? reaiaiu a : i ti t t!ic 8th day ol May, H7J. Ill ?That tlie limits emlirnecd by the assessment afore said, are as follow.-, to wit:? Alltliose certain lots, pleoes, | or parcels ol land contained, lying and being within the following bounds or limits, that Is to say '?Commencing : at the point formed by the intersection of the northerlv ? line or side of l4Mh street with the w esterly line or side or the Eighth avenue ; running thence northerly along the westerly line or side of the said Eighth avenue to tho high water mark of the Harlem River ; thence along th*j ^aid high water mark of tha Harlem Riveras It winds and turns to the HudsMi River ; thence southwardly felon; the easterly side of tho Hudson River, at high water marc as w river winds and turns, to the southerly line or side of ISSth street; thence easterly along the said southerly line or side of liflt*i street to the easterly side of the Boulevard; thence southerly, along the said easterly sl;le of said lo? levard, to the northerly line or side of liSth slreet; sn<l eastorly. along the said northerlv line or side of ltath Street, to the point or place ol lie/tuning. IV.? That our report herein will be presented to the Su preme C art ot the State of New York, at a special term Ihtreo', to l>? held In the New Coort House at the City Hall, Inthecliyot Now York, on the ?>th day of May, 1873, at the opening of the Court on thai dav, and that then and then-, or a< soon thereafter as counsel oan b? heard thereon, a mo'ion will be made that the said report be coiiQrnud. HENRY PARSONS, ) willi vu J. rA:tsoX8, J ('ommlsrioners. JOHN T. M .00 WAN, ) N*w Yo?g, March 19, W7* O.VRA II MAllOOn, SPINSTER, WHO FORMERLY i O lived at Lisdnnsn, in the county of Cavan, Ireland, I who emigrate I to America III the year 1M1. and after wards lived In New t nrk, and is a daughter or James Ma hood, late of I.isdonsn aforesaid, tarnier, now deceased, Is requested to tak? notice that there is a suit now de winding In the Court ol Probate, In Ireland, for the par tio-o ol proving in solemn torni of law the last will and testament of tier father, the said James Mahood, de ceased, and that If she will communicate with the under* signed she will Ik- Informed what her rights are, If she should think It for her interest to interfere in the matter, Dated this 9th day ol April, 1K7S. HENRY M. COLLY K* Attorney and Counsellor at Law, 27 CiMltiMi Mm*

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