Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 27, 1876, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 27, 1876 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. WHOLE NO. 14.493. NEW YORK. THURSDAY. APRIL 27, 1876.-TRIPLE SHEET. PRICE FOUR CENTS. DIKKCTOBV FOB ADVKKTISKKS. AMUKEM E.NTS?Stii PacK-4th. Mb aad 6th aula. ASTROLOGY-Wtm Pact-ttth col BILLIARD*?Htm Pack?it bo. I. BOAKIlKKc W ANTED?12th Pack?4th. 8th and 6th cola. BOARD AND LODGING WaNTKD-12th PacK-fcth col. BROOKLYN llhAL ESTATE FOR SALE?ttru Paua? 4lU < ot. BlMNKSa OPPORTUNITIES?5th Pack. BUSINESS NOTICES?7t* l'Att>?tttbaul. CITY REAL EST ATP. KOK KALE?Bra Paoh?4th est CLERK* AND SALES MEN-Iath Pack-SB col. CLOTH IKU?2l> P tea?StU col COACHMEN' AND GARDENERS?lira Pack?Ad and 4th cola. COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS?lar Paoa?6tb eoL COPARTNERSHIPS?5th Pack. COUNTRY HOARD?12th Pack?tttb col DANCING ACADEMIES?2u P?ua-Mil col. DENTISTRY?Sth Pauk-i tb col. DRY GOODS?l?T Pack?5tl> cuL _ DWELLING llot'sES TO LET. FCRNIBHED AND UNFURNISHED?2d Pack-lat. 2d and 3d cola EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS?I at Faok?Mb and tttb cola. EUROPE?Hth Pack?4lb col. FINANCIAL?Stii Pack. FOR SALE?2d I'ACfc-ttib coL FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?*0 Pack?3d and 4tli cola. FURNITURE?2i> Pack?ttth coL _ ? . , FRENCH ADVEKTlsKM r.NTS?12ra Paca?4th eol. HELP WANTED-FEMALES? 12th Paca-ad col. HELP WANTED?MALES?12tm Paca-ad col HOUSES. CAKRIAUEs. AC.-ln 1'aca?2d. 3d, 4th aad 5th cola HOTELS?12th Pach-?Ui col. _ , HOUSES, ROOMS. AC.. WANTED?9th Pace?6th col. INSTRUCTION? 9tu Pack?tttb col. IEHKEY CITY. HOBoKKN. HUDSON CITY AND BERGEN REAL ESI ATE FOR SALE??th Pact? 4th and 3th ? >U LOST AND FOUND?lar Paoa?I at col. HACUINERY-2i> Pack?ttth cut. MARBLE MANTELS?Am Paca-4th coL MEDICAL?2d Pace?ttth col. MILLINERY AND DRESSM AKING?lar Paca-Mh col. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS-low Pack? ttth col. MISCELLANEOUS?9nt Paca?tttb eol. MUSICAL?Am Pack?ttth coL NEW PUBLICATIONS?7th Paoa-ttth eol. FKRSONA1.? 1 at Pack? ltt eol. PIANOFORTES. ORGANS, AC?Ant Paca?Oth col. POST OFFICE NOTICE:?Stu Pack?4th col. PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES? 12th Pack?2d rul. PROPERTY OPT OK TUP, CITT FOR BALE OR TO RENT?OTH Pack?Mb and ttth cola. REAI. ESTATE TO EXCHANGE-Aw Pace?ttth eol. KEAI. ESTATE WANTED?Wit Pack?Oth col. REWARDS?In Pack?lat col. IaI.F.A AT AUCTION?OTH Pack?lat. 2d. 34 aad 4lb colt. SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES?IItu Pack aad I2TU Paca?lat and 2d cola. BITUATlONS WANTED-MALE8? 12th Paca?8dcol. SPECIAL NoTICKs?1?t Pack?lat and 2d cola. SPoRTING?DOGS, BIRDS. AC.?In Pack?2d coL STORAGE?Am Pack?ttth oal. SUMMER UESOKTS?12tu Pack?Oth eol. THE TRADES?Mm Paok-4Ui col. TO LET KO BUSINESS PURPOSES?2? Paca?lat eol. TRAVELLERS' GUIDE?In PaGK-ttth ool. UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? 2D Pack?4th and 5th cola WASTED TO PL'ItCllAoK?Arn Paca?4th col. watches, jewelry, ac.?sm pack-ogi aoi. _ WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OR TO LET-Rnt Paca?4th col. YACHTS. STEAMBOATS. AC.?IOtii Pacr-Oth col. PEHiONAL. oy^?5R^T?fnrf7ltHtrge DA?~TTBV^pT*ii Brancli ?ince " 7 * h*t' ?' B ? box ?^0 Herald Uptown DUAMM-rOVK NOTK RECEIVED; WILL BE with my friends at the closing French Ball, Irving Hall, to night. ADA. LB.-CAX.NOT UXDKK.STANO WHY TOO DID XOT ? get letter*; wrote twice last wee*. H. MADMON AT. STaOK. It i^K.. WALL ST.-IK THE lady desires to make the acquaintance, in honor, ad ? res*. mentioning aoine particulars to avoid mistakes, CUB ITS. Herald Uprowu Branch odice. THE LADY* Willi LIGHT DRESS AM) BLACK parasol, who Aednesday met gentleman with black moustache at the crossiug ot 2M at aud Broadway and af terwards walked past New York Club and up 5tli av.. will oblige exceedingly by sending har address and color of dress she wore to B., box 121) Herald oJHco. *117 ANTED TO ADOPT?A BABY FROM FIVE TO SIX T? mouth*old: lull surrender. Address, for one week, Mr?. SMITH, box Hit Herald Uptown Branch odice. LOST AND FOUND. IhOUXn-IN BROOKLYN, NEAR FULTON FERRY, speciinen* or Brouses, in packages. The owner ean have tue same by calling at 3K5 Degraw at. OST?A PASSBOOK. BY BRIMilNO IT TO J. C. J DEV1N, 1,182 Broadway, a suitable reward will be given. T OST-KN OK ABOUT THE I1TH INST.. A DIAMOND JU Clutter King, wttb green etone In tne centre. Liberal reward paid aud no questions asked at TIFFANY A CO.'S I OUT?SATURDAY, 221) APKIL, IN NEW YOKK OR J Brooklyn, solitaire diamond Barring. Fludar will bo auitahlv rewarded by leaving same at 3H East 3Stli ?? IOST-ON MONDAY. TWO BBC EI FT BOOKS, TAKEN J friou a cart in Fniton *t. Finder will oblige by return ing to CAMPBELL, IIALLACO., 110 and 112 Nassau St. IOST-A SORItF.L SKYE TERRIER. ANSWKRINO J >" the name of rannle. The Under will he liberally re warded by returning tame to the owner at 141 West Mtb st. LO.-r?\\ KDNESDAY ISVENIXti, EITHER ON SIXTH avenue car, between ."?2d and Kith st*.. or on Broadway, between Kith si. and Fifth Avenue Hotel, a roll of Bills, containing $4<>. The tinder will be suitably rewarded on re turning same to A. IIAKKI8, 1H7 Broadway. LOoT-ON WEDNESDAY, 28TII INST., ON r.TII av., between lDtli and 33d st*.. a lady's small Item winder sold Wateli, with I50 Lexington ny. on a card inaitla case. The finder, on returning it to above addresa, will be rewardod. REWARDS. AfljY KB WaRDFO HkeTo k)T oFaW )TlfE~sWK 4>IU Dog: lost Tueeday; aaewars to nam# of Lulu. SI buttivau St., store. Asm REWARD?FOR A 17-FOOT SINGLE SCULL tpa?U race Imst. varnished Inside and out, by applying to 1 HUM AS DONNELLY, toot of Spring St., North river. d;?.m REWAKD-FOR RETURN OF LAKGK, FAWN ipOu colored Greyhound; old, gray mnstlc, left ear silt, leather collar, with brass plate. 22 West 2 d st. C| k REWARD WILL BR PAID a-ND NO QUE8 tptJU tions asked ott the retnrn ot Lace Curtains taken from SO and *3 White st. These curtains are samples, and ot no use to the parties baying them, as they do nut match. d?.-fY REWARD, NO QUESTIONS ASKED, IF MY ()?"' blue and gray Skye Terrier Dog named Charlie, wtth red ribbon and collar on aud red bow In hair, is re lumed ; no value, only a family pet for five years. WILLIAM GRA) F, tH Wall st. SPECIAL NOTICES. -Nottor u* kkmOVXL?dhT^ii. 3~JorSa proprietor of tho New York Museum of Anatomy, ttin Broadway, begs to inform his patients, aud those destr ous ill consulting hint, that he has removed from 40 Bond St.. where lie resided so many years, to No. 5 Washington place, three doors west ol Broadway. Dr. Jordan's "Lec tores on Debility." "Why Men Degenerate," Ac., can bo had hi the above addresa tree by mail for 00c., and at all booksellers. A -ISAAC U. BOYCE. 287 BROADWAY. LAWYER.? ? Divorces obtained promptly, without publicity ; deser tion, Incompatibility, habitual drunkenness. Infidelity. In human treatment, conviction ol lelony. Passports obtained. KKLIG OF NOTE.-FOR SALB, THE PEN.NSYL vama Gasette ol August 2S, 1755; other Relic*. Ad 21 vama Gasette ol August 2*. Iiod; other Relic*. Ad dress L LAGRANGE, Union Hill (Hudson county, N. J.,) Post office, A?KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY OF J. & SMITH ? A CO. K?NTt-cKv. rxm cum 403 rou 1876. 14, 37, 62. fltt. 8 flu, 74. I, (?t. It). 5. 24. 82, SR. kaSTi'CKV, HUM 406 rou 18?ti. S3, 39, B, 16, M, 61, 62, KO. 41. 17. 41, 46. 38, IS. All orders address B. NATHAN, box 4.870 Feat office. New York city. A? parks, kmrrson a co. s Kentucky elate Lotteries, drawn dally. Royal Havana lottery, drawn every 17 days. Kentucky Single Number Lottery, drawn April 29, 1876, Pnres cashed, information furnished and etrrulara tree. ISO Broadway. Post office box 3,272, New York. ?KENTUCKY STATE SINGLE NUMBER s Grand Distribatton on the Havana plan. SIMMONS. DICKINSON A CO.. Manager*. 80U.OUO rath gifts. Whole tickets. SKI All prites^paid In lull, without deduction. > be drawn April 29. Address J. CLUTK. 20U Broadway, or box 4.069 Poet office. A -THE FIFTH AND MAIN DRAWINU OF THE ? Eighty-ninth Royal Saxon Government Lottery will take piece Irom May 1 to 20. 1876. 38.UUU prices to be drawn out of 06,000 tickets, of which ie 1 price of 5OO.0U) relcbraarks. equal to $12G,ono, gold I price of" reichmarks. equal 72,1 tfki, gold 1 price' of'JOU.UOO reichmarks.equal to 48.1 Ski. gold I price of 15U,(*J)) retchmarka,equal to........ 06,000, gold 1 price of 100,000 reichmarks. equal to 24,000, gold And iti.tM other prices. The above drawing Is guaranteed by aud under the super rlsiou ol the Royal oaxon government. Full explanatory cirmlars tree. ' 7 THEoDORR ZSCIIOCI1. Post office box 5,391. 116 Naseaa st.. New York. DIVORCKS QUIETLY OBTAINED FOR CITIZBNH IN any State ; no change of residence; pay when obtained. REED A UK 'S Law Agency, 71 Actor House, New York, or Pike's Opera, Cincinnati. Diseases Or men a specialty. HENRY A DANIELS. M. D.. 144 Lexington a v.. near Wth st. Office hour* front s to 3. Li 1 R.N ITU HE REMOVED.?CARTIXtl DONE BY RE " sponsible partiea Apply to FBKEMAN GILLIES A SO.. jb We.t 14lh sv &OLD AM) SILVER AND ANYTHING CONTAINING | Gold bonght at market price ; Gold Plate and Wire of | tl -KENTUCKY STATR SINGLE NUMBER. *? grand dietributlon, on the Havana plan. SIMMONS. DICKINSON A CO.. Manager*. 9300,000 cash gtfta. Wbola ticket*. 110. All prices paid la full, without deduction. _ To be drawn April 29. Rots! Havana of Onba draws April 4. Address PARKS. F.M EK80N A CO.. Broadway, or bog .4,372 Poet office. Havana lottery.?nkxt drawing, may b, . 1876, 936 prises; highest, ?IOn,fJU>. Information free. , ? M tRTl.VE/. A t O.. ! ... . . 10 Wall ?t.; l'o?t office box 1.682. | Highest price paid for prices, Spanish cold and Havana 1 hank bills. K?CHRONIC CATARRH. DEAFNESS; IMPROVED . method; instantaneousrelief; permanent cure*. Dr. STODDARD. No. * West 14th ?t. K-tifKlUIAL DRAWING KENTUCKY STATR LOT . I. net ?SIMMONS. DICKINSON A CO . Managera. axsTfukv-axtnt cuts* so. '2W7-ar*u. M l?NL 38, 2U. I. 28. 37. .'?*, .">2. 23, .a), 3|. 53, XXSTttCkV?<-|.*M so. 2M8?araiu 3ft. 1876. 40. 3. 63. II. 43. 31. 47. :W, .".7. 41. M, 1*. ?, 23. 261 mHBT?KtTIM CLis* so. 187?aran. 26, 167ts S. 30, 31. 23. 21. 12 26. 60. M, 8. g| p iisnkt ?cuss so l'?v?araii. 20, l*?n. IA 78, 54, 76, 52. SI. 47. 18. 64. 71. It. 10. 67. 56, IX AtiSfcu.'-'?gLl DPECIAL NOTICES* T" ?KkStCI'KY STATITsINGLR S I'M HER JV. Grant Distribution, on lb* Ht?n> plan. SIMMONS. DICKINSON A CO.. Managers. 300.000 Cash (lift*. Whole Tickets, fia All priiM paid In full, wlthoat deduction To be drawn April 29. Address J. CU'TE, 200 Broadway. or box 4,i? P"?t office. ERVOUS ~ E X11AI ST I u x. - A MEDJCA L KM?*. comprising > series ol lecture* delivered el Kebn's Mu leum of Anatomy. New York, on (lie cause and cure of i're ruelnm Decline. showing indisputably bow 1o?t health may be revalued. affording * clear synopsis ol the Itnpadiment* to niarrlare and (be treatment of nervoua and physical debility, being (be result of 2<t year*' experience. Price 35 cent*. Ad dree* tbe author, i?r I*. J. K.M1N, office and reatdeuce fft Kaet 10th at., Ne? York. PILKiTVlLES. HEMORRHOIDS OK PILES PER mauenlly eradicated In two to lour weeks, without the knife, ligature, cauatic or pain ; perfect cure guaranteed In every Instance and not one cent charged until effected. l)r. HOY I. 21 West 24th ft. PILES ORH.EMORRHOID* PRHMANKNTLY 1KADD cated in two to four weeks' palulesa treatment: no knlle, ligatures. caustUt or cautery employed: positively No CHANGE POM TREATMENT UNTtL CURED. Circulars Tree. Dr. STODDARD. only otllee No. 8 Week 14th at. P~ARI8 MUTCKLB WEEKLY? TI( KKTS,"fl. Class 17 drawn April 35, 1878. All ttcketa bavinir on them the official drawn number (8) eight, are entitled to a dividend. For Information address MORRIS, SMITH k CO., box 8.4ll? Poet office New York. SECOND LOUISIANAGOLD"DISTRIBUTION. At New Orleans, April 29. IK78. Capital Prise. $I(SI.IS?! S.SPCpnres. amounting to l(>o02.SCO Ail paid in Cold, only 30.000 Tickets, at $50 each, currency. Tenths and Twentieths in proportion. Pot Information, circulars Ac., address or apply to No postponement*. WILLIAMSON ? CO.. Broker*. Box 6,038 Poet office. 317 Broadway, corner Thoines si. Tamar indikn?a~ lax atTv"k TrT:it~TT>/.kn?iif. agreeable to take : epecitlc teincdy lor rotistipation and Its consequences. P. GKII.LON, 27 Rue Kainhaleau. Pari*. Depot. CASWELL, HAZAKD A CD . New York. AtlAA IU1A ?WTOMIMO LOTTERY DRAWS Vw''U,UuV;, April 21' 86,000 prises; one chance in four. Tickets $1 ; six for $5. Prises cashed, circulera mailed free. Al.LKN A CO., 79 Nassau at., New Y'ork. $300,000 ,x Kentucky Slate Distribntion draw* SATURDAY, April 39. 1 Prise of $6(1.00? 1 of $UO.oiio. 1 of $10,000, 4 of *3.000, 10 of $2,3<K>, SO of $1,000. 3,732 others, I root $3,000 down. All paid in lnlL Tickets, $10; halves, $5; quarters. $3 30. Address all orders to THOMAS II. HAYS A CO., t>97 Broadway, New York. $300,000 Kentucky State ilsgls number Orand Distribution, on the Havana plan. 8IMM0NB. DICKINSON A CO., Managers. To he drawn April 29. Whole tickets, $10. All prliot paid In fnll with ut deduction. Koval Havana, of Cuba, draws May 8. Address J. CLUTE. 300 Broadway, or box 4,969 Post office. IWWI -KENTUCKY SINGLE NUMBER LOT ?OUU.UUU. lery draws April 39. Wholes, $10; Halves, $3; Quarters. $2 3(1. P. C. DEVLIN A CO., Stationers and General Agents, No. 3 Park row, near Ann St.. opposite Post office. N. Y. SPORTING?DOGS. IllltOS, dRC.""-~ J~T Vl'LL BREED MLaOK AND TAN FOR SALE'; L weight, 2V pounds. Apply at 859 Broadway, between 3 and S. Ii Alt.IZE. A UCTION AND FRENCH POOL8 HOLD AT Till)M AS' A Exchange. 1.339 Broadway, this alternoon, on the ba>e ball match between the Mutuala and llartfords. O. M. THOMAS. BEKPOOT P$KK - GREAT NOVELTY. - DAVID Stanton, Chaiuplon of England, on Bicycle against llorse, to trot Smiles lor fl.UGU, on Friday. April 38, at 3 P. M.; alto sweepstake, $130, heel 3 In 5 to harness; l'hil. Duffer's s. m. Nolly, A. Hopkins's br. g. Celunel, J. Murphy's b. g. Hardruad. Adrolealun 50 cents. WM. M. MAHON, Proprietor, DOOS. SETTERS, NEWFOUNDLAND AND TERRIER Pups, Paucy Pigeons. Rabbits, Gold Kl?h and Aquaria Depot 31 Pulton >t. J. BAUOT. Agent. 1j>OR SALE?THE LARGEST slfoRT HAIRED ST. Bernard Dog; ten months old; well broken. At 143 Meadow si. (basement), llohokcu, N. J. OOLS SOLD NEAR UNION GROUNDS, BROOKLYN, this afternoon. Mutual va. Uartlurd, Union Ground'.: St. Louis vs. Cincinnati and Chicago vs. Louisvi'.lu tola grams received. SE1UER1' A Mr CLOUD. IIOllSKS, CAttKlAUES, ?h,. i~^MAJOR CI!Art. W. BaRKKK. AUCTIONEER^ . THIRD AND POSITIVELY KIN A I, SALE. THIRD AND POSITIVELY FINAl. MALE. THE UNPRECEDENTED EVENT OK THE SEASON. THE UNPRECEDENTED EVENT OF THE SEASON. MAJOR BARKER liM tbe honor of announcing Mr. L C. CHASE'S (former owner nt HOfKFUL?2 :I7'rt?of Boston. Mux.) third inmunUnt.Mll^wlliniT LAST SALE of iho fallen (.KEEN Eastern hred TROTTERS In the world. In cluding TWO HALF BROTHERS TO HOPEFUL, and told on account of his having given up breeding and being about to retire fiom the turf, to take place at BARKER A SON'S City Auction Mart and Ne?r York Tatteraall'a, corner of Broadway and 8i?th St., on Wednesday next. May a, at 11 o'clock, and comprising SIXTi-.KN HEAD, being the piek and balance of Mr, Chaac'a OKKAT STABLE, lucluding eome ol the best GREEN MONEYED WORK IIOKSE.rt to be had, consist ing of rtwainpseott, Faunie Koaaio, Lady Oolden, Br.atol Oirl, John T. Welsh, Walkill Belle, Ella Austin, Kuoz star, Compton, rtylvau Belle. Kaetport. Angnsta Boy, Brockville, Kentucky Belle, Rosedale and Ripley, all of which ran trot in from .1 mlnutea down to 2 a#, and tbe get of such NOTED " (aire SIRES aa GODFREY'S PATCH EN (aire of the world tainoua Hopeful, Robert Bonner's Wellesly Boy. Ac. >, Gen eral Knox (aire ot Lady Mandi. KTllAN ALLEN, Walkill Chief, tieaeral McClellnn. Cbenery'a Gray Eagle, Ae., all warranted sound and kind. IN THE LOT ars three gentlemen'* SUPERB TROT TING TEAMS, from IA In IS& high, that een trot In from 2 :A*i DOWN TO 1:40 together. STOCK WILL arrive at tbe mart for exhibition and trial to morrow (Friday) morning, when Mr Chase requests ?s a SP. CIAL FAVOB that everybody in search ot GENUINE SPEED will come and KtDR behind and TEST THK SPEED and driving qualities of any of the lot BEFORE tho time of sale. CATALOGUES, WITH extended pedigrees, Ae., now ready, at the Spirit and Turf offices, end at the mart. WITIIO? SALE WITHOUT reserve or postponement. AT AUCTION. AT AUCTION. THIS DAY (THURSDAY). APRIL 27, AT STABLE No. :i NKILSON PLACE. (Mercer st.), betsreen WaverleT end Clinton placet, AND IN REAlt OF THE NEW YORK HOTEL. BT CHARLES 0. DUFF, AUCTIONEER, the following valuable llors.-s, superior Carriage*, Harness, Blankets. Robes, Whips, Ac., Ac., the property of e privato gentleman. Including the handsome brown Gelding DETECTIVE, got by John J. Cbrlttenden. 15', hands high, 0 veers old; can trot In 2:40, and warranted sound and kind. Bay Gelding RED DICK, DK hande high, 7 years old, sired by Major Kdall; can beet 2 e?i on any track, end war ranted sound and kind. East bay Gelding CALEB ; aired by Amos Clay, the sire of American Oirl; he is l!)*, hands high, 7 years old ; can irot a utile In 2:30; can show a 2uOc!ip, and warranted sound ana kind. Handsome and feet bev Gelding JOR TOOKER, got by Champion, dam by Fox ilnnter, I5J*. 7 years old: can trot In 2 :3a. nnd warranted soond and kind. Black Gelding DAN, sired by Cassius M. Clay. bands. B years nld; ran trot In 2:30 and repeat all his heats, and warranted sound and kind. Alto the flnest lady's driving Ifnrae In this city, IA hands high, 6 years old; very speedy and warranted sound and klod. Tire very fart Haiubletonlan Mare VESTA. 13V hands and 7 years old; sired by Second II am Met on I an dam by .-Urxsti der's Abdallah; was bred and raised by William Maxwell, In Orange county, and ha* been driven by him In .':34; she ean go to traca and always show 2:35, and tor style, gait or action eannot be surpassed: she is warranted sound, kmil and true, end ene ef tbe most perlect gentlemen's roadsters to be fonod Tbe above hortee ere ell warranted and are all elegant and stylish driver*. Slock new on exhibition. Also I Kockaway. 2 top Wagon*, 2 Pony Phaetons, eingle and double llaruest, Blankets, Ac. Sale positive. rain or shine. 1 UCTION. J\. Look ! Attention I* called to the great and unreserved tale of all the flue stock of a private clnb stable THIS DAY, April 27, at 11 o'clock, st the Union Auction Mart, 2M lHth si, near Broadway, consisting of fast trotting, road, saddle, carriage, coope and family Horace of rverv description . all young and sound. N. B.?All will be told to the highest bidder wltbont Until or restriction. Also eome first class, city made top and open Road Wagons. Phaatons. single, donbla and coupe Harness. N. B ?Be sure to attend this great clearing out and un limited sale THIS DAY. aa It Is a chanea seldom offered, as all tbe stock will show for itself. ? ANY GENTLEMAN MEANING BUSINESS AND W1LL I Ing to buy very low for cash a Gentleman's complete , Establishment It Invited to ride behind and Inspect ibe fnl j lowing Property;?Varniont Black Hawk Mare llrsa, IT. I high. 7 year* old; very styliah and perfectly sate lor a lady ! to drive or ride, and can trot belter than three minute*; warranted sound and kind. Also beautiful shifting top side bar Wagon, Pony Phaeton. Ilarnea*. Whip. Lap Kobe. ' Dress end Stable Blanket* Must he sold this wren, owing | to family difficulties. Inquire at Arsenal rtlables, 16th St., i near Broadway, V?FOR BALE. A HANDSOME FIRST CLAM KAM s ily llnrse, tit for any gentleman's bii*lne?* snd safe lor anybody to drive, 3 years old end is sound in every re spect : a good trial allowed: to be sold at a sacrifice. Apply el rtliANNGX'rt oyster house. 34H Canal tt. VEKY IIANDrtflME COUPE. MAHE BT BRADLEY Pray A Co., lined with satin ; good aa new ; cost $ l.:K*>" I $*23. No. .T West l.'ltb St. pnee I A" N ENGLISH HUNT I N? CART?T (til ONLY ONE OP the kind In the country To be seen st M. CURLEW Not. W9. III end 113 East 13th st., near ttli ay. A LADY'S TURNOUT?A HA.aDSOME SORREL Mare. 7 years nld; sound and kind, hot alwats been driven by ladies and children: also Phaeton. II .i mess. Lap Kobe. Ac., will be told at a sacrtllca, separately or togather, at private (table 113 East 224 it, A?por BALK. FIVE HORSES. SUITABLE FOR A s farmer or any budaess; prices from $?u up. :I7* Bowery, rear staid* i ?FOR BALK. Mo-T STYLISH I.ADV'S TURNOUT ^ls III I-Ity; black Horse, lo1* high, excellent to ?addle; Pony Phaeton. Hernes-v Kobe*. Blanket*. Ac.; m. 4e to or d?r. o*vd but a few times; all ?t a liar-sin. Inquire for Mr*. Ilrnwn't establishment, I IB We?t 3l?t!i ?t. A?extra fast dark sokrki. Horse, V>X . hand*; trot* in ?> or better to the pole; has Hotted in 23 *infl" . as true a* *irel: no break, no Slip or skip; la afraid o! nothing. A rare . hatira tor u gentleman lo take or sen i lo the country fur e lew mouiha. a* his feet ate a lit tle tender; >s a* gentle as a kitten. price $47$; did put over $3.0.0 * short tints agu; good reason given lor aeliing. Atl drrss or apply at I-erd A laytor's stablee, Bt Povoyth st. -FOR SALE-FIVE HORSES; FIT FOR ANY KIND ot work. 4.1 Great Jnpet st., user Bowery. A T A SACRIFICE-TWO FULL SPRINo TOP WAO* ,? ons, two side bar*, two Phaetena, all nearly new; the latest styles. $7 East 33d at., corner ef 41k nr. HORSES, CARRIAGE*. AC. A? AUCTION. HORSES, * SPEED. STYLE XfS ? beauty. Great and unreserved *al?. OK CAKHUtlK. COl'PK AND ROAD HORSES, THE PROPERTY OK A V* ELI. KNOWN MERCHANT AND OTHERS, WHO KILL REGARDLESS OK COST TO THE 11 Hill EST BIDDER. WITHOUT LIMIT OR RESTRICTION, THIS DAY (THURSDAY.. APRII. 27. AT II O'CLOCK A. M.. AT THE UNION AUCTION MART. SO. 20 I8TII ST., NEAR BROADWAY CALL AND EXAMINE. ('ALL AND EXAMINE THIS SUPERB STOCK OF FINK. YOUNG. SOUND AND KIND HORSES. SUITABLE FOE ALL PURPOSES. N. R.?ImmcdUielT alter the rale nf burner will be offered e choice lot of top. open nml extension top park and pony Phaetons, top and open road Wagous, depot Wagons, single, double and coupe Uaruere, new aud second band, all of wtiicb rauat bo rold. Sale positive, rain or eblne. No. I. Extra stylish bay coupe or saddle Ilone. 7 yean old. Id hands, with riiperiuo stylo end Hue, noble action; ie a nice, clean traveller; don't toueb a hair; warranted round ami kind. 2 and A Superior team of black Mare*. half slaters. (I years old, LVu bands; caunol be excelled by any team In (he State In point ot beauty, alylr and speed: ere evenly mamlied: buve Strang. Hue,smooth limbs : no tricks or vice with them ; are kind, penile and pleasant drivers and afraid of nothing. The grcatrel of rare was taken in their selection, at the owner wonlti heve nothing hut the very boat; wonld make en excellent team for a coupe: have speed enough lor a geu tlrmau'e road team, as they can trot In about 3 minutes to a phaeton : warranted sound and kind. 4. Beautiful niahoganv bay brougham or coupe Horse. 7 yenro old, Itl'. bonds; lartio heavy bone and muscle: bas any amount of hotlom and endurance ; vrrv stylish and hand some ; alrnld of nothing, and Is warranted sound and kind. Lad) Hill, llainbleionian bav Trotting Mate, t! years old. IN hundoi purr, clean and open galled. no road too long for Iter: Is a prompt anu resolute driver; very stylish and at tractive; can trot In 2 :4N ami warranted to beat 3 minutes on day of sale; warranted soand and kind. t>. Bar Road llorse Young Dutchman, S years old. about 1.'>S lisuds; no better roadster In tho Mats . Is an all day traveller i can Irot in 3 minutes to a road wagon ; warranted s ttntl and kind. 7. High bred and bsndsoroo Trotting hay Stallion, 7 rears old. IN*, hands; caa trot any day in 2 :4(> when In condition, and a lady can drive lilm with safety; was sired by Victor (formerly Snip), dam Eclipse (Messenger get); Is warranted sound ami kind. A Brawn Trotting Horse Mountain Boy, fl years old, 1 hands; elegant style and action ; tlnely broken lor a lady to drive with safety: is a good saddle horse; has no tricks or vice, either iu or out of the stable; is wat ranted sound and kind. W. Bay Mare Angeline.5 years eld, 1*>S bands: Is very stylish and handsome; can trot in about 3 10 to a road wagon and If cultivated would make a fast and rapid trotter; warranted aouud anil kind. 10. Gray Messenger Cult, 3 years old, IS hands high; would make an excellent coupe or cerrlege horse; large, full mane end tall: has a bold and gamy appearance and Is warranted sound and kind, without spot or blemish. 11. Bay Coupe Horse. 7 yeais old, I53l? hands; Is a fast traveller: warranted sound and kind. 12. Black I'rince; perfect pot fur lady or children : Is afraid of nntl.iug; will stand without tyiug; Is 8 years old, 15 hands, warreuted sound and kind. N. B.?THE ABOVE STOCK WILL BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER WITHOUT LIMIT OR RESTRIC TION. a ki ll warrantee will be hives ba<h PURCHASER, AND IK NOf AS REPRESENTED THE MONEY WILL BE REFUNDED. CATALOGUES NOW READY AT THE MART AND AT THE PRINCIPAL MOTELS. T" AUCTION, L BY VAN TA88BLL A KEARNEY, AUCTIONEERS, at their HOKHE and CARRIAGE AUCTION M ART, no and 112 EAST I3TH ST.. NEAR 4TH AV., TO MORROW (KRIDAY). at 10 O'CLOCK, PAIR DARK HAY HORSES, \ thoroughbred, ltl hands, 7 and S years, kind aud true In all hurness; free from rice, trick or fault; very stylish end handsome; fast travellers, of great endurance and bottom; are not afraid ol locomotives or snytbing : can be driven any where, and are warranted sound, kind and true. T CART, with pole and shaft*, bv BRADLEY. KRAY A CO. SILVER MOUNTED DOUBLE HARNESS, by DEAN; cost 9N00 less than otto year ago. LANDAU, made by BREWSTER A CO., of BROOME ST. CLARENCE, made by BREWSTER A CO., or BROOMK ST. BAY HORSE, sired hv-econd I! AMBLE'TON I AN. dam a TROTTER PKDlOKEE UNKNOWN. IN?* hands, S years: kind In ail harness and tinder saddle ; free from vice; very stylish and handsome; la a prompt ami pleasant driver: does not shy; ha- no RECORD, but can not in 2;4t) ami is a Urxt class horse for gentle men's road nse and Is warranted sound, kind and true. TOP SIDEBAR WAIION, by R M. STIVERS; pole One single Harness, by BAKER, of unit shalts and Set I BOSTON. CHESTNUT TROTTING "FRANK." Ethan Allen stock. hands, S years; kind and true every way; esn be driven by a lady; is not afraid of locomotive or any thing;can trot In 2:40 and is WARRANTED to beat 2 AO ami is warranted sound, kind mid true, and TOP SIDK-UAR one-man Wagon, made by Smith, and One ?ingle Harness, Ac., Ac. * BAY -MAKE, l.'ils, hands, S years, kind and true In all har ness, free front vice, very stylish tutu handsome, with lull mann and tail; can trot in 3 minutes, and U warranted sound, kind anil true, and NO TOP ROAD WAGON, made by W. II. BRADLEY k l, Ac., A CO., aud set Single Harness, Ac., Ac. VERY ELEGANT FOUR WHEEL DOG CART, pole and shafts, hv Wood Bros. COUPE ROC k A WAY, pole and shafts, by WOOD BROS. BAY COUPE HORSE. long mane and tail, t? hands, 6 years, kind in sll harness, free from vice, very stylish ; has fine knee action: very pleasant driver; ol great endurance; is extra flue coupe or carriage boree, and is warranted sound, kind snotrne. Also, COUPE, pole and shafts, by Wood Bros., and set line Coupe Harness, Ac., Ae. Two Barouches, by Wood Bro. One six seat Park Phaeton, by Wood Bros. A -MAJOR CHARLES W. BARKER, AUCTIONEER. . THE Till ItD extraordinary sale ot FASHIONABLY BRED TROTTING STOCK, bred by Hon. A. B. Conger, of the Wnldherg stud. Ilaverstraw, X. Y., will take place at BARKER A SON'S City Auction Mart and New York Tat tersall's. corner of Broadway and 39th st., on Satnrday, April 29. at II n'clock, and consists of TWENTY-TWO HEAD of brood Msres, HI lies, Stallion Oolta and Ueldinca, all of the best trotting strains. AMONG THE brood mares are the get of Rytdyk's 11am hlelonian. American Star, Young Star. Norman, Mambrino Chief, Ae., Int-luning the relebrated Romp. Roxle, Bateman mnre, Tagllonl, Ac., all In foal to Bedford (2:20). Nitrogen fluid). Mad Anthony, Ben Abdullah, Solitaire, Chief, Me dium, Ae. THE FILLIES, Stallion Colts and Geldings Include the get of Bedford, B?n Ahdallsh. Wild Irishman, Ac. Stork now on exhibition. CATALOGUES ran he had at the SPIRIT AND TURF OFFICES, or at the Mart. Sale without reserve or post ponement. UCTION HOUSE OK ARCH. JOHNSTON, HA 31. 33 ami 35 13th at.. . near University place. 8 ALES OF TIOKSE8 ANDCARRIAGE8 ARB HELD EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY AT 10 O'CLOCK. ON EVERY HORSE WARRANTED SOUND FROM 24 HOURS TO 3 DAYs^FOK TRIAL. THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED AND MOST RELIA BLE HOUSE IN THE CITY. GENTLEMEN HaVINO HORSES OR CARRIAGES to noil, or thou- wishing to buy, will find oar business continued on precisely the same strict end honorable principles which have always characterised the dealings of our lionae and won the reaped and confidence of the boslneaa cnmmanlty, o* well aa the public at large, LIBERAL ADVANCES O.N Crt.N8IONMfc.NTS. A -WINDSOR WAGON. , made by Hrewater, of 25th at.. command- a higher price than any other make, end la un questionable ilia beat. Wltyf Heetde* auperlorfty In quality and floiah It embodied tear diatinri patents:? 1. Vertical ileal platan in the axlea. 2 Extra creee springa. giving eaay motion. 3. Drop perrh, Insuring sah-ty. 4. Shalt couplings, nniiclesa and safe. W.ureroonis oth a*, and 21at at. Y ?-KCOND HAND OARRIAGK&. 1 l'onr Phaeton, with top; own make. 1 Pony Phaeton, with rumble. 1 Livingston Dogcart. 1 do top Depot Wagon, for four persona. 2 aide bar top Wacom, our*. J. B. BREWSTER A CO. Factory, 2-'th at. 5th av. and Slat at. A" kull and'Complete~asr o rtmt.nt or the "Brewster Wagon," the atandard tor atyla and qnalHy, now ready lor iaapectlon at oar factory ana wererooraa. Broadway and 47th it., bill av. and 14th at. Special attention la called to our improvement la tldo-bor Wa?rona, which enablea on to offer the lightest, selaat and boat ruling wagon aver produced. BREWSTER A CO.. of Rroomoel AMOREE'S~8ALfc OK FINK CARRIAGES ~ at auction. Stock of Bradley. Pray A Co., 25 Union square, on SATl RDAY. May ?. at 10W o'elecc. be VAN TAHSELL A KEARNEY. Auctioneer*. Description of atock In Sunday'a HeralJ. Catalogues ready Monday, May 1. Hi order S. E. Merwln. Jr.. Aaatgnae. -auction Sale?on pkidat, apbil ?, at . I o'clock. at 1?2 North 4th at., between 4th and 5th am . Williamsburg, 2u Watering Trnckn. Coal Carta, light Wagons, Home- and other Property of Will lout Gil more, re tiring from bnalnoaa. TlloMAS RKILLKY. Auctioneer. "-FOR RALfc. 3? HORSES, JUST FROM INDIANA; . \ . nultaMe lur all iimlnaat. Inquire at 120 Nortula at, rROTriNii~MARK~SOI'ND AND KINDj"0 fOP Wajnn and llarnaaa, nearly new. Addrau bo* 331 Post office, stamlord. Conn. V~-for ralb. a nandsome ride bar tor . Road Wagou. by Wllilaminn; Victoria and Dog Cart, by Wood Bros.; at private ataMa TJ Beat 13th at. a"T PRIVATB balk. ' A KXPKKSe DELIVERY WAGON, eery light; LIGHT bINOLK TRUCK . both In good order; for sale cheap . d not aoid before FRIDAY they will than bo told at AI'CI ION by VAN tan-KLL A KEARNEY, at their MART, 110, 113 EAST 13T11 ST.. neap 4TII AV. A CLARENCE KRONT COL'PB FOR~SALK CHEAP. Inquire at H4 Pitt at. \ " A - GOOD. STRONG ToP BOGGY VERY i HEAP-IN g-nd order. JOSEPn BONNBAU, 174 Centre nr., ap A?TO LET. HANDSOME HORSES AND WAOOXS, . ainrts and doable teams , evarythtag new; eanir at private; alao Una accommodations for Boarding Hones. Araenal St aides. 33th at., near Broadwae. TOP KIDB BAR ROAD WAGON. POLE AND Nliafla. by tlodwin. In Brat claaa order; I Depot Wagon; I second hood basket iwn-oeat "pen Phaotnn; 1 fuli spring T?p Wagon; I two man Road Wagon; I tingle do., by Dnsenbnrv; I Cufferv 5;i lbs. Snlky; 1 S*elaion Wagon At. WM. II. ORaV'R Carriage Factory, 1.4<>4 BlOndway, between 39th and 4<h b ate. ~T~ fast bay MARk?PBRPBOT, AT KM, cost Jx S-rai; alao top Road Wagon and llarnoaa. cheap. OWNF.R, 27B Went 25th at. -FOR " sale hi KAP. NIBB GOOD WORK ? horssi. Apply M No. 3 Vestry at., between Varlok and Hudson. Sm?>, -A GENTLE MAN'S TURNOUT?BLACK ? llorac. 1">S hands high; aoond. kind and true: ran pare In 2 44.1, n beautiful top aide bar Wagon, with Brews ter'a potent rombinalion springs; Sne set Itarncas, Wblp, Lap Kobe, Ar. Privets ttabl- 15 East 12th at HeLEGANT-WiiIE MAIG1LK ANU HARNESS a Horse, combinedi trolo la 2 50; mod by ledlot. side bar top Boggy. Harness, Hobo; (TO; separate doddle sad Bridle. 135 w est 30tb at., arieato atobto. HOUSES. CAHHIA.GKS. HISSRT l>. WIXKK.~AL< late ll.-nrv II Leeds .1 Miner ora. .- Nitd Art tlallerie*. H4S Broailwav. THIS UAV (THURSDAY), APRIL -7. nt ii>.j o'clock, >1 tlie private reeldenee No. I.'hi West 4.iili *t., bturwi Broadwav end ttth ??. HANDSOME llOl'SKlitll.H Ft HXIIL'ltK, MADE TO ORDER BY BRKLLRR, ROl'X AND OTHERS; SATIN HAM ASK A ND LACK CURTAINS; REAL BKoNZKS. AC.. AC. PARLORS?French Moquette Carpets, roeewood Suit, In blue satin daninsk. with Window Ureperlee ?<> match; marnurtrr Inlaid Cabinet" end Table*. reel brotu.e end merlilo Clock* and Side Plcoes, Chandeliers. Ac. BEDROOMS?English Brussels Cerpeta. block welnnt Bed ?leeila. Harcena, Weehetendi. Wardrobe*. Lounges, *aitr;beat heir Mattreaaea, Boleter* end Pillows, Bedding, Ac. DIKING ROOM?Uriiia da Cerpet, black welnut Kxtcnalou Table. Cheira In iamtlier, Bullet, Chine Dinner Her . . _ vice, Olnaawere, Cutlery. Ac. _ _ . UALLS.?llruaeel* Carpel*, black walnut Ilnll Stnnd, Stair Carpet* and Itooe. llell Chelr*. Ac.; elao a general assortment of Kitchen Ware, with which the sn>* will Commence THIS DAY (Thnr*dny), April 27, nt 10*4 o'clock, at tbe private residence 356 Loxlngton aw. GENTEEL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. ALL OK WIIICH WAS SIAIIF TO ORDER, and haa been ueed only about eiirbl tnnntha; Wilton nnd Brnaaeln Carpeta, maewiHid and black walnut Suit*. In crlmaon plualt: marble tup Crntte and Side Table* and Ktagere, black walnut Dining and Bedroom Furniture, Dressing Ceaea. I.otiuge*. Rocker* and Easy Chair*, black wal nut Hall stand. Dining Extension Table, Buffet. Wnrdrobea. Bookcases be* I balr Mattreaaea, BoHler* ?nd Pillow*. Sliveridated Ware, Crockery, Glaaawart, Kiteben Utensil*. Ac., Ac. FRIDAY. APRIL 2S, at IOW o'clock, at the privnte raddtntt, NO Iff WEST J'.'TIl ST. EXECUTOR'S SALE. HANDSOME HOUSKIIoLI) FURNITURE, CARVED ROSEWOOD 7 OCTAVK PIANO MADE BY STEIN WAY A SONS, Velvet and Mrnniele Carpeta, Pier Md Mantel Mirrora, rosewood and hlnok Suit*. Inlalil Cabinet, marble top Crntre end Hide Tablea, e??y Cheira. Lonngc* and Ro'ker*. black walnut He flat cadi. Bureau* and Wnehstsml*. Hair Mattreaaea, Crockery, Kltrlirn Ulenaila, Ac. By order of W. O. Sterling and L Delano, executor* ?*tate of M Delano. FRIDAY. APRIL 2N, nt It*** o'clock, at tbe reddence. No. 21 Kaat 15th at. HANDSOME HOUSEHOLD KUKNITURK MADE BY PUTTIER A srYMKKH AND OTHER FIRST CLASS M ANUFACTURERS ; ROSEWOOD SEVEN OCTAVK PIANO. BY K.NABK; RE AL BKONXE mantel sets, curtains, ac. PARLORS.?Velvot Carpeta, roeewood Suit, In crlmaon ?ntin. coal $1,30(1, made to order by Ron* ; pier and mantel Mirror*, lino Oil Pnintlnga, Centre and Hldo Tablea, Cabinet, Ac. DININU ROOMS ?Velvet Carpet, elegant carved roaewood Buffnt, coat $BUO; Extension Table and Side Table to match; black walnut chalra In Icathar, Crockery, Glassware. Ac. BEDROOMS.?Hruaaala Carpeta, black walnut Bedatearta, Buvenna, Wardrobe* and Chair*, en auite, beat quality hair Mattresses. Holater* and Pillow*, Ac., Ac. IIALL?Oilcloth* and Carpeta. black walnut Hat Stand, atalr Carpet* and Roda, Ac.: alac a Una Itanre ami Boiler*, together with a general aaaortmant of Kitchen Utenaila, Ac. MOW ON KRKK RXHIHtTION, DAY AND EYKNINO, a choice priralo collection of original modern oil paintings, belonging to Mr. A F. MORRISON. To be *nld at auction on the evening of Friday nnd Saturday. April :h nnd 29, at o'tlock. ~i CLARENCE EQUAL to NEW. two others in A good order. J. W. PITNEY. 400 3d ay. A?ORP.AT BARGAINS. ANY ONE IN WANT Or A ? good, reliable Horae. a genuine trotter, can Bnd the aatne at private stable No. IS Kaet 29th at. Alan an elegant extension lop Phneton. cnrrlea four person*, pole and shaft*. Alao a beautiful Pony Phaeton and Hue top Buggy and liar nesa; all good a* new nnd warrantee given. Call and exam ine beloro yon pnrchaao. Owner enlle for Kuropo op Satur day; mnat aoll. ?FOR SALE, FIVE HORSES. FROM 5 TO R YEARS ? old; suitable for truck or farm work; to be aold at a sacrifice. 201 Grand ft. A RARE CHANCK-$I7N WILL BUY A BEAUTIFUL A top l'ony Phaeton, cost $41N> lael fall; a fina Harness, $30; a good top Buggy. $100. Stable No. ffff Eaat 12th at. BUSI.NP.SS WAGONS-TEN NEW AND SECOND hand, for oxpreaa, grocer*, butcher*, baker*, milk, laundry, package, advertising, d-pnt and delivery Wagon*; all alee*; $'?> to $175. WAGON MANUFACTORY, 220 Spring at. CIA RBI A(lEs| "HARNESS: J Buggie*. Coupe Kockawaye, light Rockawaya, Phaeton*. Depot Wagon*, all style* of HARNESS, Saddle*, Bridle*, Horse Clothing, Ac., all nt price* which MUST GIVE SATISFACTION. JOHN MOORE. 57 Warren at. CI ABRIAGES. -^SECOND II ANIL FOUR AND SIX J passenger Knvknwaya, Jump aent Wagon*, top Bug giea, elliptic and aido bar; light Trotting Wagon*. Phaeton* and light Landaulat, at K. M. STIVERS', 144 to 132 Kaet 31 at at. C" .YARRIAUR8, ALL KINDS, MY OWN MAKE. AT extremely low manufacturor'e price*, fur ten daye; war ranted; leather top new Ponv Phaeton*. $120, up: ditto Buggies, $135; rubber top Burgle*, $110; Depot (4-aeat) top Wagon*. $125; Rockawaya, $160: extension top 3-*prtng Park Phaetons, $11*1. ORU BE. 366 Canal at. (1A11RIAGK REPAIRS.-WE OFFER UNUSUAL FA J ctiltlca for good and prompt work In our repair denart ment. Careltal e*tlmatra made when dealred. We flnlah all Carriages, both new und old, with Valentine A Co s Ameri can varnish, unequalled in brilliancy and durability l>y any vamiali ol English manutocture. BREWSTER A Co. (of Broome at.), factory, Broadway and 47th at., warcromna, 9tb nr. and 14th at. For sale?a team of Ti am i?letonian marks: 15 hands; young and sound; gentle In all harness; can trot in tlirae minute*; will ho sold etiuap. Can he seen M 5H Weil 15th at. OR BALE CHEAP? One S-*pHng Landau, one 8-apring Victoria, with seat behind. These carrlarei are a* good na new and arn aold for want of stable room. They were made by Binder A Co., Pari*, and can be seen at 27 R?at40th at., between !< and 12. For hale-a" f i n k m fflb. ie ha n ds ; lkhit Wagon of beat maker. Urge eorrred Express Wagon and a double Truck; will be eold exceedingly low; also an alegant Carriago, good aa new, with a set of silver mounted doable Harness. Apply to W. F. RAND, I4<> West 30th at. lior sale-two nkw i trucks cheap*. J at 177 Prince at. POR SALE? SIX SECOND HAND SIX SEATED Phaeton*. nH In good order; to be (old cheap, at 7(1 and 72 Prince at., for three day*. Fob balk?very klk<; ant brass mounted Coach Harness, very littlf naed. Inquire at private ?table 110 Wavcrley place, from 8 till 12 o'clock. flOR BALK?A MARK AND COLT OR WILL EX chance for a good young home. Can be aeen at 21 3d at., near Bowery. For male-a horse. waoon and harnksh. ?nllable for baker, grocer or express; $125. 227 Wait 53d it. F or salk cheat?olakknok and couph? also a Home; eloae out a hnalncaa. Wl Walker at. iH>K SALE VERY LOW?ON ft or THE fastest Road Horses in New Jersey; Too nr. round and easy to drive: no record. Itoda'a stable, Blooiufloid, S.J., or I. 8. BIRCH, .'17 Maiden lane. Fink carbiaobs or every description. Prirea to rult the timer; every vehicle warranted, J. COLTER A CO., bnlldera, 584 Broadway. /^OOD. BOUND. VOL NO, PONY BUILT HORSE, VT top Express Wagon, 11 ante (a, $100; Wagon, Horse, cheap. No. 4 7th aw. OOD 11OR8K,LIOHT TOP BUB IN BSS WACOM AND X llarneaa, $125: good work Horse.$50; top Buggy, $<10; large Newfoundland Dog cheap Mli West 35th St. alp Value. ?top""waoon, horse am?~har. ness; fit tor hotel or express work. 2f)7 WestlOth at. H ONE LANDAU. ONE CLARKNCR. ONK COUPE AND one Victoria, all nearly new, used by aprrvate family, matt l>e sold before May I. To be aeen at M. CURLKY'S, Nil 100. Ill and IIS Kaat 13th at. near 4th ar . PRIVATE STABLE 127 WE"sT T7TM ST.: 100 FBBT daep; roachman'a apartments; rent reduced. C AONKY. 15 Abingdon eqaare (8th a?.) C* AORIFIOB.?8 CLARENCES. 2 COACHES. 2 BRKTTS, 2 Thaetona, 3 Coupes, 18 Buggiea, In tplaadld condition. 172 Carlton ov., Brooklyn. SBOOi DM A XD car iumi Two Laadaua. 1 six aaat Rockswaw, 2 eons* Rocks, wan, 2 Landauleta, 1 Coup*. 2 extension top I'liaetona, 1 mall Phaeton. 2 Stanhope Phaetons, 4 Cahrloleta. I six seat depot Wagon. 4 half top Thaetona, 1 alx-aeal half top Phaeton. 3ho top Thaetona. 2 T Carta, two-wheel I)og Cart. 2 fmir aprtng Buggiea. I top pony Thaeton, 1 no top pony I'haeton, Rumble ranony pony Phaeton, 4 no top road Wagona, 12 top road Wagon*: aomc built by Brawtlar A Co.. of Broome at., and other good maker*. A. S. FLANDRAU. 372 and 374 Rroome at., old atand of Brewater A Co. BOOED HAND" CARRIAOEH. T Carta, our own build. Light no top 1'baatona. Cahrloleta excellent order. BREWSTER A CO., 5th a*, mm 14th ft SOUND. HANDSOME. PREK DRIVER. CANADIAN Mare. $46; warranted all aonnd and kind. 88 New Chamber* at. CITABLE TO LKT?B18 WEST 35TII ST., BETWEEN O 7th and 8th an : Ave at a) I a; | plenty of carriage mom and left a; rant lew; will repair. JAB. R. WATERLOW, 881 nth a*. STABLE TO LET. 128 WESTftOTR ST-FIVE STALLS; modern convenlencea; tine rooms for roaeliroen; cheap rent. Apply *t tVeat 47lh at., or 110 Fnlton at. Sp|iab.?POR BALM OR KXOHANtlK. VptIR OF black lloroea, very styllab and handaome: two dark crura. Ave ycara ?ld. last; all tootid, witboat hlemiab. hid Bedford ar.. Brooklyn. Stab Lit" To" LET.?8EVBN STALLS; OooD HAY I1 loft . gas and watar in atebl*. Apply to ROBERT sTEWART. 48 Wattaal., near lludaon and Canal. SJTYLISH TOP WAOON. HY BREWSTER OP BROOMR 5 at : almo I new; no ate for It, and will *<'11 low. Apply t.. builder. 183 Prince ?fc rpo ""let-stabLB ' COWTAlMt BO PIT! MPAUiit 1 Morton at., near Bleeeher. Inquir* of L. U. BUKLL, 2731% Bleeekar St. TO LET?PRIVATE STABLES AT 131 WEST I7TH at and 141 WaatSOtb at., two and feurstalla. Imme diate poateetlon ; la good order. ^ J AM KB ST1KEM AN. 7B Wall st. TO LBT-THB FINE STABLE NO. 123" WEST StJTH ?t.. near Broadway, 4 alalia. JOSIAII JF.X, 1.235 Broadway. rUNlS JOHNSON. AUCTIONEER. Old stand, 37 Nan an at. MOBTOAC.B SALE OF TWO BAT IIOBSFt, 2 bakers' Wagnua. Hau l Cart, Ilarneaa. Ac., ON THE PREMISES NO. 442 Ti ll AV.. on Friday. April 3a. at I" o'clock. For further partlrnlara are under aalea at anrti. n. TWO La.N'DaULK IS. OMR LI'. III tNIAt.'H, HY Wood Bros. ., by Miner A Htcvena . one Coupe, all aecond baud and lit good order, one top I'baeton. one Depot Wagon, on* 4-*rat Basket Phaetou, large aaaortmeat of top and open Road Wagena, by city makers, Ilarneaa, Blankets, Whips, Ac. WX. II. flRAT.20aod23WoMMr*l. TATTERHALl.S TUH" COMMISSION AOKXCY, 1.227 Broadway. West 30th it Book* now open on "Withers." "Belmont" stakes, Ac., and all raring avrnta during the year . cqultabtu prices. Office open dally from to to 3 and 7 to 8 I', M. ?M. Dill t.ALL A < n. VET ANTED?A SOUND AND KIND OKAY HOES8, If about 15Mhuada high. ubo. i Walsh. IaHUi*. HOUSES, CARRIAGES. #5C. ! 11f ANTKD?UoKHKH, > a ?: KI tGK*. iil UUlKtF RI. 1* IT e*tft:?n*e lor R-?l Kittle*. IIKNKV TAlM'BN. &2 New Ctmrch ?t.. New York. il'Aiin.VN-BAKUAINB; TWO NEW TOP KXPKEM TT Wagon*. 'our ucood h?n<l top Buggies. 124 We*t I mil ?t. WASTF.D-FOR DASH. A 9TYLIHII VICTORIA OK of tlr?i rl?? make: Brcwstar preferred-, It rami b. of r.r?ut ?lrle and hut Mill, used; aI*o *>-1 nf light double Ilnrne**. For such artlrl. Ih# p:ireh*?er inn* l>r fninid by addre**ing, villi Hilt particular*, N. K., box 4.2l?iPo?t odtra. \\'ANTED-A FIKST (I. VPS SIDE BO 4I(I> TOP It Bugg.v In exchange lor a new 7X orta*. Piauo ; tun sever hern n o I. Addre-* EXCHANGE. Herald office. VVKLL KMlWX TROTTING MARK?CAR TROT IS II 2 :4l>, with foal, by Topgallant and ho by Kyudr'* Haiu bl.Ionian Brown, 1 ?'?1 j hand*. H year* old. tound and kind, for salr, price $2.V>. or exebauira lor good family liorao. Ad dress HOItsE. box 7XM |-o*t office, PlainCeld, N. ?! J^ORD AND TAYLOR. Velvet Carpeting*, Body Bruit*)*, Tape I try Brussels, Three-Ply (heavy all wool), Ingrslns (all wool), laifralna (Union), Ingrains (oaperior thread), OUelotba, 35c. par yard; Linoleum?try It. 0 NLY DIRECT LINK TO FRANCE. A M ERIC AN LINK. 1\. Weekly Mall Stesmehln irrrlr. between 1*111 LADE LPH IA AND LIVERPOOL, GOOD WUKK UoKBKS, MUITARLS Pol ANY business, rery cheap 410 West 30th at. tO.rr -HORSES KftPT ON LIVERY AT ?M PBit month; alto a few Box Stall* at RIO; tba be*t ventilated stable in the 17th ward; oeit of care and lead. BAULKS' Stable, 341 Oth it., betwren l*t and 3d a??. ijon WO. ftI.V?THREE WORK HORSKs, FOR ?Poo. cart. expres* or larm : let exprote and road liar lieu cheap. No. 245 West 2(>l!i ?t. " DRY LUODS. _* I TOR SALlT CHEAP-IF TAKEN* AT once, fwo 1 tine CAMEL'S HAIR SHAWLS. A. J. TIIO.MAfl, 6ttl Broadway. $3 per yard. $1 SO per yard. 91 per yard. 91 39 per yard. 75c. per yard. GOc. per yard. 37e. per yard, laet ytar 4So. per yard. A much yuperior article to oilcloth. 255, 257. 250 aad 261 Grand it., oorner Chryetla, and S3 Fortyth it. I HC.-A LOT OP 4X4 RED AND WHITE CANTON 1U Matting*. t? cln*u toiler fur cath;lancy Matting*, Ac. ANDREW LESTER A CO., 371 Broadway. MILLINERY AMD DKKSSMAKINt*. ATTENTION OF MILLINER.-* IS CALLED TO~ "TBI A ialr of elegant wardrobe showrano*. Counter*. Drawrra, Ac., at the French milliner; establishment Hi Ka?t Ittth it., on Friday, at 10)( o'clock. TUNIS JOHNSON, Auctioneer. MARIK TILMAN..OF PARIS. HOLDS A LAltUE As sortment belt maker* aud lat.*i Importation* In la dle*' Dreu Hate. 423 tit It or., near 2tith at. (1*te Michel's). EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS. \fEW~VuKK AND^lNDON. In regular and direct steam COMMUNICATIONS, EVERY ALTERNATE SATURDAY, by the "ANCHOR LINE" iteamer*. ELY8IA, UTOPIA, AUSTRALIA AND AKGLtA, commencing Saturday, April 2tt. Cabin, $(15, currency ; steerage, $28. Pas-enger* boohed to all point* at lowut ratee. HENDERSON BROS., AUENTS, 7 BOWLING GREEN. ^?0ST DIRECT AMD ECONOMIC ROUTE TO IIoiJI J.T1 LAND, BELGIUM. THE RHINE, SWITZERLAND, AC.. AC.. VIA ROTTERDAM. Steamer OALAND April 37 Bteenier SCHOLTEN May II The*e boauilful iteamer*, tarrying the United Stntoa mail to the Netherlandi, are irreat favoriic* with the pabllc. Trip* regular, rate* low; couilort and living perfect. For freight. Fur nauage, PUNCH, KDYE A CO. L. W. MORRIS. So Broadway. UNITED STATES MAIL LINK?STEAM TO VlUEENH TOWN AND LIVERPOOL. ?ailing every TUESDAY, from pier 4tt North River. WISCONSIN.May 2.1 P. M. | IDAHO.. ...May *HL M. WYOMING-May ltt.ll A. M. I WISOONSIVJuue 13,10A.M. Cabin, $?-'?. $70 and $*>.currency. Intermediate. $4(); steerage. $26. Pauenger* bonked to and from Pari*, Hamburg, Norway, Sweden, Ac. Drafts on Ireland, England, France and Gar many at lowe.t "t^ILLIAMB A UUION. 20 Broadway. THE GENERAL TRANSATLANTIC COMPANY'S MAIL STEAMERS BETWEEN NEW YORK AND HAVRE, CALLING AT PLYMOUTH (G. H.). for the landing orpassenger*. The iplendld ve*?ci? on till* laroritc route for the Con tinent (being more southerly than any other) will sail trom pier No. 43 North Rivar, a* follow*:? FRANCE (Trudallei Tuerdsy, May 2 ?PKRKlKK (Dsure) Saturday, Mayll CANADA (Frsugen!) Saturday, Mav'13 I'KICK OP PASSAGE IN GOLD (Including w*aip Flnt cabin,? 110 to $120, according to sccominooationa. Second, $72. Third cabin, $4o. Return ticket* at reduced rate*. steerage, $26. with superior accommodation*. Including wine, beddlag and utensil*, without extra charge. Steamer* marked thus * do not carry steerage passengers. LOUIS DE HEH1AN, Agent, 55 Broadway. calling at Quernstnwn. Sailing every Thursday from Philadelphia and Bailing every Wednesday from Liverpool. The following iteamer* are appointed to sail from Phila delphia :? OHIO April ? I INDIANA April 27 PENNSYLVANIA...April IB ILLINOIn May 4 ?LORD CLIVK April 20 I CITY OF BRISTOL.Mar A) prick OF Passage in CURRENCY. Cabin, $75 to $K>0. acrorillng to location. Steerage and intermediate tickets to and ftoin all point* at the lowest rale*. Hleamer* marked with a star do not carry Intermediate. Passenger accommodation* for all claaw* unsurpassed. For passage, rale* n! freight and other Information apply to PETER WRIGHT A SONS, General Agent*. 3(17 Walnut *t., I'hilaoelplila; GEO. W, COLTON.42 Broail ?t.. New York. JOUN MCDONALD, Pa**enger Agent. No. B Battery place. STATK LINK. NEW YORK TOQLABOOW. LIVERPOOL, DUBLIN, HELP AST AND LONDONDERRY, fromjder 4-' North Itlver (foot of Canal ?t.) a* follow*:? 8TATK OP VIKOINtA Thartday, May 4 STATE OP INDIANA Tliuraday. May IS HTATK OP PENNSYLVANIA ThunuUv. June I and every tlternaia Thartday thereafter. -Pint cabin, (til), $7D nnd $NU; rrtnrn ticket*. $12" second cabin, $45; re tnrn ticket*. $HO. Steerage at lowett rate*. Apply to AUS TIN BALDWIN k CO.. Agent*. No. 72 Broadway, N. Y. Steerage p*?*age office. 41 Hroaitway. HAMBURO AMERICAN PACKET COMPANY'S LIMB for PLYMOUTH. CHERBOURG andUAMBUKti. PoMMERANlA April 27 j LKSBING May II OOBTIIK May 4 | W1KLAND Mar IS Kate* of paaaage to Plymouth. London, Cherbourg, Ham burg and all point* In England, Scotland and Wales:? Cabin, Oral aaloon, gold $lnf) Cabin, eecond talnon, gold. NO Steerage, currency 20 KUNIIARDT k CO., 0. H RICHARD k BOaB, General Agenu. General Pa**enger Airenia, 01 Broad *t.. New York. til Broadway, New Y'ork. NYIAN LINK-MAIL STEAMER* FOR yUF.F.NeTOWN AND LIVERPOOL. CITY OP CHESTER Saturday. May ?, at 3 P. M. t;ITY OF RICHMOND Saturday. May 13. at * 30 A. M. CITY OF BERLIN Saturday, May 27,at A. M. Prom pier 45, North Hirer. Cabin passage. fso and $IO>. geld. Steerage, KJS. currency. Draft* itaued at loweat rate*. JOHN O. DALE. Agent, 13 and 33 Broadway. N. Y. flTHITK STAR LINE. W FOR UUEEN8TOWN AND LIVERPOOL, CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAIL. The eteamer* of this line take the Lane Route* recom mended by Lieutenant Maury, U. S. N., going aouth of tb* Hauka on the paaaage to Quernatown all the year round. ADRIATIC April ill, at ?;:?! A. M, BALTIC May 6, at S P. M. GERMANIC May 20, at 2 P. M. CELTIC I tine 3. at 2 P. M. From White Star Dock*, pier 52 North River. Ratee? Saloon,$soand $1<?>. In gold; return tickets en reaaonable term* Steerage, $2t. Saloon, itateroonie. amoklng and bath room* are plaoad amidships, where tbe nolle and motion are lean. affording a degree of comlnrt hitherto unattainable at tea. lor inspection ofplan* and other infoimatlon apply at tht company I office, 37 Broadway, New York. R. J. CORTIS, Agent. CNUNARD LINE.?B. AND N. A. & M. M. P. CO. notice. With a view to dimlnlthing the chance* at eolllalon. tb* ?teamtra or thlt line take a tpeclffc courte fur all leatont of the year. On tbe outward paaaage from Oueenttown to New York or Bo*ton, crowing the meridian of Ml at 43 latitude, or aothlng to th* north of 43. On th* homeward paaaage. crowing th* merldlaa of So at 43 latitude, or nothing to the north of 42. FROM NEW YORK FOR LIVERPOOL AND QURENR TOWN. ?RUSSIA Wed, May .1 i'SCOTIA Wed., May IT ?CYiHIA Wed . May IO | BOTHNIA... .Wed.. May 34 steamer* marked * do not carry ?teerag* paatengera Cabin pawage. $80. $H?> and II at. cold, according to a*, aommodatlon. Return ticket* on favorable term*. Steerage ticket* to and from all part* of Knrnpo at vary low ratoa Freight and paetage office. No. 4 Rowling Oraen. CHARLES U. FK.tNCKLYK, Agent. ff MCIIOR LINK A CARRYING THE UNITED 8TAT1W MAIL. NEW YORK AND HLAMKlW ALSATIA Sail* Saturday. April 29. at 10 A. M. ANCIIORIa sail* Saturday. May 8. at 2 P.M. CALIFORNIA Sail* Saturday. Ma/ 13, atH? A. M. ETHIOPIA ....sail* Saturday, Mar -O. at 3 P.M. TO GLASGOW. LIVERPOOL. LONDONDERRY, yuEP.NSTOWN ok BELFAST. Cabin, ?85 to |Mi. currency, according to aooommodatlom. INTERMEDIA I h. $35 . stootage, $38. Draft* Imaed for any amonnt at current rat**. IIKNDhKSON BROS., Agant*. No 7 Bowling On**. VORTII GERMAN LLOYD. JN STEAMSHIP LINK BETWEEN NEW TORK. SOUTHAMPTON AND BREMEN. Company'* pier, foot of 2d it., Iloboken. WKHER.. Sat . tprtl 39 | DONAU Sal.. Mar 13 NOSKL Sat . Hay II > Rll KIN Sat.. May 30 Kate* of pawage from Now York to Southampton, Havre or Hrvroea Pirn (,'aMn. $100, gold; Second Cabin, $00, gold; Steer age, $30, currency. Return ilekot* at reduced rate*. Prepaid ateerage certificate*. $32, eurraacy. For freight or t awaga apply t o ______ (iKI.RIcifs k CO., No. 3 Bowling grooa. WILSON LINR FOR soTtH^PTiTn AND HULL ?ailing Dam pier 53 North River, at foOowt HINDOO May SICOLOMBO June 3 NAVAKINO May ?>! OTHELLO .. June 17 First l ahtn. $"<>, curreney; eecond cabin, $45. currency. Ksrursloa ticket* on vary fatnrabl* terms Through th'tett timed to Continental anil Baltic aorta. Apply for fall par ticular* to la WRIGHT A 00. M loath ?. KI'ROPKA* STEAMSHIPS. /S KKAT WK.nTKKK oTKAMSDIP |,|Nk. ??a# Ij- TO BRISTOL iENcLaND) DIRECT, sailing Iroiii ptvr 14 East llivcr as fiiilotlN. ARACON. .aimond* Saturday. May I 1/UK.VWALL, Stamper Satarday, May J8 Cabin passage, <7.?; Intermediate, $4">: steerage. OO.caA rency;ewnrslon ticket*. <1 git. pre paid steerage certificates <2t). Apply IP w. I'- MORiiAN, Agent, ifl South st. vrlnosAL "unk-fkom piers ii and 47 north At River. For London direct. DENMARK, Betnrday. Mav 6. 3 P. H. FOR QUKENS'!OVYN AND LIVERPOOL. ITALY, April 2d. it 30 A.M. | TIIK QIKHN. May 27.8 A*. EGYPT. May 13, K -30 A M I KNllUND Inne S. 2 P.M. Cabin passa -e (t*> and <70, curreney. Hetrru tickets ?' reduced rate a. Steerage paaaage <20, nrttuy. Dralla la?ued from ?1 upward, a? current prices. Apply at tlie company's uIBiCD Broadway. F. W. J. 111 RST, Manager. 0""'DONOVAN ROMAS SIKAMBHIP AND RAILROAD Passu, u oilier --Steamers every day : Cork, Liverpool, Glasgow, berry ; Draft* payable everywnere. O'DONOVAN KOHSa'4 Hotel. IH2 Chatham square. CVHlK's INTKUNArioNAL TOURIST TICKETS?Tt) ) all parte of Kurope and America at reduced rates, d? uot require their hoMora to travel In partiee. "Cook's Ex. rursionlst." for April, price in cents, contains fare* for tap. ward ol 1,0(1) European tonra. COOK. HON A J KNKINS. 301 Broadway, New York. IjUIROPRAK TRAVELLERS WILL KIND TR17NKI 2 for elate rooina and Continental travel. Chair* tor tbs .tenmera. Coin l'uniee, Ac.. Ac . at JOHN CATTXACH'A Till Broadway coastm 1MB srivv:asiui% Panama Transit sti-:amsiui? company^ ' FOR SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA AN 8 PACIFIC FORTS, via lithir.u? ot'l'Mnsma Sailing from piar 111 North River. FOR PANAMA AND 3AN FRANCISCO, via Stralta ? Magellan. Steamer GEORGIA SATURDAY. Hay < FOR 1STUHUS OK PANAMA AND SOUTH PACIFIC PORTS, via Aspinwall. Steamer READINO SATl KDAY, May B (freight only) FOR BAN FRANCISCO AND PACIFIC PORTS, via isthmus ol Panama. Steamer CRESCENT CITY SATURDAY, May JO For freight or paaaage apply to W. P. CLYDE A CO., No. u Howling Oree*. DACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP LINK. A FOR CALIFORNIA. JAPAN. CHINA. AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND. BRITISH COLUMBIA, AC., AO., galling from pier foot of Canal at.. North River. FOR SAN FRANCISCO VIA ISTHMUS OF PANAMA. COLON Tuegday, May 2, 12 nooa connecting for all Central American nnd South PaciM port*. PROM SAN FRANCISCO TO JAPAN AND CHINA. ORKAT REPUBLIC ...Mail FROM BAN FRANCISCO To VICTORIA. PORT TOWNS END, T AGO MA, PORTLAND. AO.. AC., on the lutli, 'JOth and SOtb of every month. For freight or pnaeage apply at foot of Canal at., NortR River. 11. J. BULLAY. Superintendent. S~'TAR HALL LINK. 5 UNITED STATES AND BRAZIL MAIL STEAMSHIPS^ sailing monthly from Wateou'g wharf. Brooklyn, N. Y. for PARA, l'KRN AMHUCO, HAHlA and RIO JANEIUOb rnlling at St. John's, Porto Rico. JOHN HkAMALL. Monday. May 13. J. B. WALKER. Thoradny, June 13. Pnaaenger aceomniodnltone first clase. For freight and paaaage, at reduced rates, apply to J. s. TUCKER A CO.. Agenta. 54 Pine at. _ F OR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT. TIIK CROMWELL LINE. The ateatnahlp KNICKE11BOCKKK, Captain Ksmbla, - ; pTiL, on SATURDAY, April 2ft, at 3 o'clock I from pier No ft North River. Through hills of liulmg given to Mobile and all principal points on the Mississippi River. Cabin paatage, <50; ateerage. <25. Apply to CLARK A BEAM AN, SB Waat at. _ NY., HAVANA AND MEXICAN MAIL SS. LINK. * ? Steamer* leave pier No. 3 North River at 3 P. M. FOR HAVANA DIRECT. CITY OF MEXICO Tneaday, May 3 CITY OF VERA CRUZ Thursday, May ? KOR VERA CRUZ AND NEW ORLEANS, via Havana. I'rogreao. Cautpeachy, Tuapan and Tampion, CITY OF MEXICO Tue*day, May 8 For freight and passage apply to F. ALEXANDRE A SON'S, 31 and 33 Broadway. Btearoara will leave New Orleans May 7 and May'JMfou Vera Crua and all other porta MEW YORK AND iiavana direct MAIL LINK. Theae first cuius steitmshlpe will sail at 3 P. M. from pier 13 North River .foot of Cedar at., for Havana direct, at follow* COLUMBUS Thursday. April 27 WILMINOTON Tuaaday, May 9 For freight and paaaage, having unsurpassed accommoda tions, apply to " WM. P. CLYDE A CO.. No. 0 Bowling Green. McKELLKR LULINU A CO.. Agenta in Havana. EXAB LINK FOB GALVESTON. TOUOH1NO AT KEY West, carrying tlio United States mall.?The staamai STATE OF TEA A>, Captain Kolcer, will sail an Saturday, April 2ft, at 3 I'. M., from pier 20 East River. Through hills of lading given to all point* on the Houston and Tax as, Central International mid Croat Northern, Galveston, Hous ton and Henderson, and the Oalvestnn. Ilarriahttrg ami San Antonio Railroads. Freights and insurance at lowest rates. For Ireight or passage. having superior accommo dations, apply to C. II. MALLoRY A CO., 133 Maiden lane, or W. P. < I.VI>K, No. 8 Bowling lireen. ONLY DIRECT LINK TO FLORIDA.?WEEKLY* 7.1X8 to Port Royal. 8. C.; Fornandina. Fl*.; Brunawlck; Go.: sailing everv Thursday, from pier 20 East Hirer. The steamer ASIILVND, Captain i rowell. will sail Thurs. day, April 27, at 3 P. M., fur Fornandina and Port Roval Throngh tickets Issued to all points in Florida. For freight or passacH apply to C, 11. MALLORY A CO., or UEKMAN OKLl'OKK. 153 Maiden I site. OLD DOMINION BTKaMBHIP COMPANY, sailing iVoni piar 37 North River. For Norfolk, City Point end Richmond, Tnesdeye. Thnrs days and Saturdays at 3 P. M , connecting with the Virginia arid Tennessee Air Line. Atlantic Coast Line, Piedmont Alt Line, Chraapeako and Ohio Railroad, and with the eom. patty's steam linos to interior point* In North Carolina and Y'lrgluia. Newborn and Washington. N. C. fvln Norfolk), every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Lewes, Del , Monday and Thursday at 4 P. M., connecting with Maryland and Delaware railroads. Passenger accommodations unsurpassed. Through passage tiraats and bills ol lading to all points al lowest rates. Insurance to Norfolk, Ac., 'a per cent. Freight received daily at pier 37 North River, General offices, lftl Greenwich st. N. U McCREADY, President. WH K EST STK A M E II S FO R " >> BERMUDA ISLANDS. The elegant steumer CAN IMA, Captain Llddicoat, will be despatched ?n Thursday, April 27. st 3 P. M., freag pier 12 North River, to be followed by steamship BERMUDA. Captain Angrove, May 4. For freight or passage apply to QUEBEC A GULF PORTS STEAMSHIP CO., 2D Broadway. F MOBOAN'S UNI OK STEAMSHIPS, for Now Ollrnns Md TflU, will ?mll evrrv Saturday to Now Orleans. transferring Texas freight thorn to MorgatF# Iniilii ou and T???? Railroad tot Morgan City, thence, per Morgan's tins of ittameri, to Texal porta. Tim NEW YORK will anil from pier Iff North River, New York, on Saturday, April 2t?, at 3 P. M? lor Now Origan* dlraet. Through bills of ladlnit nlgned to Mobil#, Calveston and t* nil pointa on the tialveatoti, llarriahiirg and Han Antonio, llouiton nnd Texas Central. International and (treat North ern, Texas and Parlltr nnd Trans-Continental railroad*, and to Indlanolaand Han Antonio, and all polnta on lb# (tnl* Western Taxaa and Paclflc Ksil wsy. Brnios Hantlago. Coo pna Chriatl. IttH'kport, M. .Marv'a and Knlton. Freight lor St. Mary'* and Fulton landed at Rordrporfc Lighterage and channel dura at *lther Corps* Chriatl 01 Braso* cautiaco at tlm exprnaa and rf?k of consignee. Through rate* to Brownsville, rla Kin (trande Kailroad. Insurance can lie elleetod under open policy of C. A. Whlw ney A Co., Nsw Oriean*. From New York to New Orleans, V par cent: trom Naw York to all Taxaa porta ria Naw Or Iran*. par rant. Freight at lowest rate*. For freight or fnrlhar In form a# tlon apply to CHARLES A. WHITNEY k CO.. Agents, pier Mi North Riser. AL1FAX. N. S., AND ST? JOHNS.' ~n7>7 ' Cromwell line. . Steamer* I ear* pier 10 North Rlvar, fallowing day* at 9 OKoROE WASHINGTON Friday. April 29 UKOIU.F. CROMWELL Tutelar. May 9 For freight or paaaag* apply to CLARK k SEAMAN, at Weal ?l. OK NASSAU, N. P.-REOCLAK MAIL RTEAMSHIPd leave Naw York May 20, .Inor 17. MCKKAY. FF.KKIS A CO., 82 Sooth at. __ TKAVKLliEIU' CIIDE. * A ^BOUEaK CATSKILL LINE CP THB ORKEKf iV< also for Htnyvcsant and Intermedlata landing*' steamer NEW CHAMPION, from Canal at.. Torsday. Thar*, day and Saturday; *teamar McMANUB. Monday, Wednto* day and Friday, from leroy at., at?) P. M. LB AN Y.?PEOPLES LINK. HTKA ~M BOATS LBAVR pier 41 North Hirer, daily. Sunday* excepted, at 6 P. M., for Albany and all points North and West C~TIT1EKNS? LINK STEAMBOATS FOR TROY AND AH ) point* Northeast ami Weal, leave dally, txoept Satui* dar, at ? P. M., from pier lit North River IiULL IUVF.K LINK To BOSTON, 1 via Newport and Fall River. The world renowned staamlioat* BRISTOL and PKOVIDENCR leave pier 29 North Rlvar, foot of Murray at., daily, r-nudays excepted, at 5 P. M Through ticket* sold at all the principal hotels la the dty. ______ OLD ESTABLISH BO LINE FOR STUYVESANT, CAT* kill and intermediate landing*.?Sloamer Andrew Harder, fron: Franklin *t. tpl*r Tuesday, Tbnreday anl Satnrda^r; itaamar Monitor, Monday, Wedaesday and Friday FE R NSYLVa NIA R AILRO A |V " ORKaT TRI NK LINE AND UNITED BTATR8 MAIL ROUTE. Train* leave Naw York, via Deebrosee* and Cortlaadt ?treat fsrrla* a* follow*:? Kxpre** for llarrisioirg, Plttshnrg, the Waal and Noatm with Pallm-oi palace ears attached. OM A. M., t) and d ..Id P. M. Sunday. ?) and S :1k> P. M. For Williamsport. Ixick Haven. Carry and Erie, at 0 W A. M. and s 3D I*. M.. connecting at Carry for Time villa. Petroleum Centre and th* oil region*. For Baltimore. Washington and the Sooth, "Ll-ultod Wash, ingvon Kxpreta" of Pullman parlor ears dally (eneept Sunday). i?:3U A. M . arrive Washington 4:|(> P. M. Regu? lor at 9 40 A. M.. 3 and s< P. M Sunday. I? P. M. itipre** Tor Philadelphia. 7. 7 9), 8:41). 0:8 i A. M.. 1? *>, S. 4. t in. N.ti 1,i ao,? P. M. and 12 night. Bnnday. \ a. 7, H :vi and 0 P M Kmigrant and second ciaat. 7 P M. For trains to Newer*. Elisabeth, Rahway, Princeton, Tren ton. Perth Ambny, Plemington. Bcividert and other points, sec local achadulc* at all ticket ofllrr*. Trains arrive -.?From Pittsburg, 8:55 and IO:9> A. M. and to JO P. M dally : 10:15 A. M. and 8: 0 P. M. daily, as* copt Monday. From Washington and Baltimore, d JO A. M.. i?., 5:15 and lOdft P. M. Sonrtay, tf JO A M. From Philadelphia, ft Id flrJO, 0:55. ID III. II :20, II >4 A. M . 2:15. 4*16. 4:15. ?:lu, S;44and II) 2ft P. M, hunday, 5:10, H :2D, 0:5.5, 11:54 A. M , 0.50 and 10:4 P. M. Ticket offices, r.Jft and 044 Broadway. No. I Aster llousa, and loot of Deshrossa* and Cnrtlandl Mti No. 4 t onrt ?t , Brooklyn. No* 114, IIS and lis liaiison sc., Hobofcew Emigrant tlrkst office, No. 8 Bat fry place. FRANK THOMSON, D. M KoVD, Jr. (leneral Manager. lien. Paeaanger Agent* PHILADELPHIA, VIA LONO BRANCH AND TllM New Jersey Southern Rallroed. Far# from New I orh to Philndelphle only (2 25, c-.mmenein* March 19, '*7m Leave New York front pier 8, North River, foot of Kectog ?V et 10:45 A. M., for Philadelphia, Tlualand and Torsi River. At 4 P. M. for Philadelphia, Tnekrrton and T.nad River. W. s. SNKDKN, tienerai Manager. SfoNINOTON LINE ROB ROsPON. """* O Rrductlon of Fare. Steamert RHODE 1-L.tNDsnd XAKRAflANBETT, fron^ pier .U North River, loot of .lay at..** P. M. Providence Lies, from pier 27 North River, foot of Far* plBefo RaROTRA ami OAUtC&A.o* A JD ?. Jfc,

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