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   New York Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1870, New York, New York                               Y OR ERAL WHOLE NO. FSS ADVERTISERS. FirTEENTU PAGE-Fourth, fifth and tilth eolu.nns. ASTP.OijOGY-Snooxn PAOE-Sixtb co'uron. TuiarFENTH Ko'iilh column. BUARnKRS AND LODGERS Tmiro First, second. thnxl and fourth columns. BOAKI) A.SD LODGING 1'IUSD PAGI-Poutth column. BROOKLYN EOARD-Tintm Fourth column. BROOKLYN REAL ESl'ATE FOR SALE- SIXTEENTH PAGE-Firjt second co'umns. BUSINESS Ol'POitTCrlmiiS-SlXTEENTD; PAGE-Flfth co.umn. BUSINESS Sixth colnmn CITY REAL ESTATE FOB SALE-SlXTEEHTU Pien- First column. CLEKKS AND Column, Fou3TllPAGE-Siith column. "AKDESEKS-TIIlBtraraTn E- 1 i.tb arid sixth PACE CuUXTRi' liOAKD-luiBD 'PAGE-Fourth and lift'a'sol- PASS-Four b column. DKV column. DWELLING HOUSES TO UiT, FURNISHED VND UN- pAGE-Secontl, tbird and focrta columns. EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS-FiHST and FINANCIAL- TlllBb column. F FRENCH Tourlh column. HEW column. HEM- PAOE-SeconJ and tiiiid CO.UUIITS. ABKlAGES, fourth and Jfth.-olumss. cotnma RO'J.'IS, iCi, WAX1E.D_TH1EI> PAGE-Fiflh column. column. UUUSOS CHY AND BER- GEN KEAL KSTASt SALlS-RlSTEESia .nd T.ECTUKK colu-nn ijU.rUJ omoES-Turai. coinoui Lysr PAUE-fourth column. column M XTriiapNlKL-FlVTET.STl! P wE-Thlrd'column. column. coJntrr AJND -FI33T PAGE-Second ADVERTISEMENTS TWELFTH ana sixtn columns. p toE-Fotirth column. J.I MI.AL. MFTFSNTU j'AGF CO.IlnlU XiW .TU ool- PKRKONALS FIEST PA'iE-First column. PHKOFOK1I column. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY. APRIL 27, 1870.-QUADRUPLE SHEET. PRICE FOUR CENTS. i STEAM MACHINE CARVING WORKS Nos. 60, 62, and oS Cnnnon slreet. Elaborate Walnut Mantels and Kiu-nlture. Figure Carving our speciallv. ________ A. H'fiNKEL CO. GOODS AT ALFRED Canal street. SR OREVES, BRAHMAS. ALL KINDS OF FASCf DOGS AND" moctfir.g oiras, at 3 Greene street, corner K. B.'-Ladles attended by Mrs. Dovey.________ FANCY FOWLS AT PRIVATE SALE AKD AT At'C- Uon.-JAM bS YOUNG, Centre street, offers during" this week 80 coops of Fancy Fowls, from the yards of some- of the most prominent breeders of ornamental poultry in this country. Also SO pairs of fancy Pigeons. -SPEED, .1 Great special and peremptory sale of seven fine lorscs, on Thursday, 23th at o'clock prompt, at stable 47 Oreat Jones as fine stock ever- offered to the public, by JOHS L. VASDEVTATEB, 'Auctioneer. OOFERS, ATTENTION ON UOU-5I-, OWNERS AND BUILDERS, ATTENTION' 1 exarauie and buy our Patpnt ROOFING FBLT. You MAR'l'IK, 72 Maiden lane and Liberty St. O SPORTING OENTS !'P TOWN.-FISHINO TACKLE, Pistols, Ammunition, Pocket Cutlery, tlemen requiring an outlit will save fully at i. J. IM LORE'S. Importer, rsei broaaway. Seventeenth street. Fishing Hods from SI to sa> each. Don't use any Country orders punctually attended tc. op FARMERS' AND ME- s' Lite Insurance company'which has the honor to bo accordance with the taoL-lwd arc such as will enable us to preserve the jwrve and !f at aar time to place the reserve in ?f the ,stale for safe keeping. What we receivo jraK. PLEETWOOD TROTTING PARK- Gromt Inaugural Purses amounting to The inUBjnral Meeting of the new course, Fleetwooa Park, Sterose, Westcheiler county, will oe held on the Pth, 7la and sth of July and the following purses will be given FIRST DAY. A pnrse of 5700 for horses that never trotted better than 3 minutes; to the winner, to the second and S1CO to tne tti iru norse. A purse of for horsi-s that never trotted better than tJJJO lo the second to the horce. SECOND DAT. A pane or S1CT for horses that never trotted better than W'nnCr' 4500 Eecrad and A parse of for horses that never trotted better than horae, en her In speeding or logrfnKi donotln? or fret; are wea behaved, honest and reliable, and are eitra stylish, nlsh Beaded-, and flne, and attract great atlentloo whea the fa" of I8ssi lhrae heats m 2 and 2 :gg was then purchased by present owner for JIORSES, CARRIAGES, Henry streets, Brooklyn. FOR SALE-A HALF ROCK AW AT CtOSB CARRIAGE Hsuitable for summer or-winkr; price S2J5. Apply at 36 (olrt No.) West Twenty-eighth street.. road purposes, and mated! withl horse fenf.wn as tbe Coajer who trotted, when a years old, In owner ve them a trial September on Flushing Course to road gon, without preparation, In without cltlp or break; dro wag .every pa: tlcular. Will be sold separate, with privilege. Full Also Trottfog Wagon, Harness, Ic. Thin Henry J. Smitb, assignee, sold reservation or limit. "5S, y TrotIioS Horae, high, 7 years old; fine stvled, ploodllke and fast; was sired byaembrino; is puregalted; uas fine symmetry and endurance and can beat is supe- rior gentleman's roadster. Floe, large, blood hav.Mare, 15% high, 1 years old; fine styled, without nothing; One traveller; warranted sonnlandkmd. Handsome blood bay Horse, 15% high, 6 years old. stylish and tne, very promi-lng and high bred; warranted sound" -TilOR-SALE-A STFLISH BAY-HARE, SKTEN YEARS J.1 old, sound and kind In all harness. Inquire at 175 Woos- street FOK A PAin OF FI.VE BAY CARRIAGE Horses; good travellers: sound and rfctad: driven three years by present owner. Also one Ereit. made by Parker, and one Conne. Can be seen at 153 East Tbirty-eijbth sirset. FOE SALE-A HANDSOME, NEARLY NEW COAL BOS WaMB, with shafts and pole: suitable for any inan. App'.y In private stable, n East Thirteenth st. rear. columns KEAL hSfATE TO EXCHANGE-SliTEENTU Fourth amiliu.ic.iliiin.is. column PAGF- Fotinti, ttfth. and smh columns. SALliS AT second, third, ''-th SIji IV IM-JTQ PAGE- lulrd colurni-. anC second col- EIRDS- extravasan.K- spi-niling money. Now to tin, the same sueJ advertisement, as almost ail the com. do lake, and to pay Ihe regular price for same would cost aSuu: !i' ,ui) per y ar, and would give us for tha whole lot a c rcu'atioa not to i'2oe.-d to Sfi.OJO copies. At tne snum rajp an atlvt-r.isement won d cost in the Inde- pendent, or Mocre's RIT u New Yoi feer, or Harper's Weeilv SiiU.OCU per year. Wh-it a pi ty it is thv. Harper o> Moo] cut up their lOo.t'O >re or Bon-en cannot j tl.eir loo.t'0, circuTauon lato editions oich and im each for each e lition. I THIRD DAT. A purse of SI 500 for corses that never trotted hct'cr than -mm. two mi'e to the winner, S4WJ to the second and to tne third Jf frec ror a11 noima; SX.CCO to the winner, fcl.-bO to the second and the third horse. flie above races are to be three in five, in har- ness, wita ihe exception of the fifth, which wffl oe two heats, in harness. Entries ten per cent. To close at tiie New Bay House, tent C Bireet alid losurince Company is founded oa sound principle, will, a cash capital all paid in- one huccred tnouaaatt uolUrs, deposited In Albany with thr- JLusur-ince Tae Slate re. uircs ua to have as much money to start with as HUT other compiuy ever bad, anj In a-iditran to set aside as much money to take c-j-e of our po'icy holders as any other cnrnpany. have re-luced O'tr rates about 25 to SO ccr c-nt below Ihoie o olii-r compan.ej. We inaiie no promises to tliuse that Insure with UB; we Eivo each iiol.oy tne t; eiamii.e our birok-i at any time car expen ,cs as low as they can be kept; we pay our debts and o'lr losses; we have no tavors to asS and no fctea'invR to cover. STALLIONb-FlRBT PAC.r-Third column. Fi.tn co.umn. Sixth column column. iilb i'Aorj-TlnrJ co timu. THii TOKF I-A.M -Tlur i rii.iinin 10 Lh.T I'Ott BUSINESS I'UUPOShb-SEcoND PACE- Mrsta-nl second coiumus. "Ull'H-Tlilia, column. 'i column. lAUiiTS, SIEAMBOAIS, ic.-fiBbr col- association consists of one company at present, but will cm- brace ai many others as send or will call at our odlce and t.ie annexed paper. Respcctfullr, E. JtcMURDY, Farmers and Mechanics' Life Insurance Co Vjc, tl.coili.-crs of the companies set oppusiie our names, no liereby ayiea to with'iiaw our advcrtNernents from all to insurance, and to on y in otic paper, wnich paper Is to be seiocte J by vote oi ail the companies represented on this paper. E. McHURUk, J rest Jent Farmers and lie. hanics' Li.'e Ins. Co., New York Infitirtincc v rra ie 9 pJUSUy 4- Fntnes by mail to be addressed to Heorv Dater. box 1 SIS Jiew Yors. The above race1: are U> he trotted under the rules and of the National Association adoptea at tae late Con- vention. The hotel at Klestwoo-l Park: now open, under th" super- vision of Mr. Jatuss Lambert. TTIASHIOS C01-P.SS.-POOLS FOR 1870 WILI. !_' sold to the hisqest bij-ier on evcafu: of the L5th, at Rj- ley'e saloon, 'J wenty-ci-hth street and Bria-iwav. WM. II. SAU.VDE'SS   by leaving at SI wcaty-Ltth street, near Fourtu a.cQUL'. d I' M oi auy LY hTAOE, FliJHTH STREET AND BttOAD- ll way 10 l.i'yvvith li-ht diu-s wijuUI crantiiiteriieivwiili pariy In turner he would fuel j rcatlv Luuoied. AddrefaE W., ilcraid O.JCU. s. DON'T YOU WRITE ME, AS YOU JJ. promised ,J I am very anxious a.Mti: vou. it Is nuw many weeks sluce I heard .roui you. li. p pARUTE LETTKK FOK YOlfTs" POST V oljcc from incnd wlto saw you liu.1 on 1. DARIE.N.-MKET ME Tll-OAV. ATS O'CLOCK" P. M., 1 street and Fourth avcnuu. cnblii" _________________________________ MiKWALK. LALLA-PLCASE CALL 117 TWELFTH STREET AND LILLIE. B. HAS LEFT TO .MAKE Ills return al once loryo ur mother's saW ortfie- PARM.-.IAS. W. BELL, 1 Fifth avenue, has oncne" a. brannh at No. 1 Rnc Stn e. Pa, is, for the production or the laiest styles ill American and Enropoau faBhions. TAMN, MirermnrI Tnllleur, l'ann, France, Removed from 17 Enc  nt..............Siturlav, June 11 Rites of !e !n cold in jln itai wwei :_ To Krest or Cabin. Sccoatl Cabin. SIS. To Parss (inclu rellwiy aid SH. both transit by English raUways an-1 cllsctnj.'ort of cross- ing ihe Channel, oesi'ies time, tr j i -1-: an I etpense- GEO. J1ACKSSZIE. Agent, So. Broadway. AKCHOP. LINT5. STEAil TO GLASGOW, LTVERPOOi AND LOK- DO.VD.iB3Y. Favorite Clyde built steirasrs. are intended tosaU 14 Gpnii.-men's private tlisooeed of at private and public sate to the best advantaae, and a general assort- ment ot Horses. Harness, and everything in the horse .me, lo suit the or all classes of purchasers con- stantly on hand. Onlere promptly cxeru-.ud. Twenty-four hours allowed for trial on every horeo sold under warrantee. A LARGE DRIVING RING in the Mart, THE ONLY ONE IN THE CITY T for showing horses on sale. Liberal made on everything in the horse line. CAfALOGUE OF SALE THIS DAY, AT 12 O'CLOCK. Stivers Wagon, In good orJer, made by One superior open Wagon, ma-le bv Button. One othor line open city maker, makerClCeant b01 "W'tiug top new, cily Sit other superior top and no top P.oad Wazons cew and second baud, best city bnlld'ni. Harness, Horse Olu'thtns, lljilten, Whins, .fee. Kitra bay coupe Horse, about '6'i hands, 7 years any man may want: price 4700. Also, fine hands hlsh and warranted In every way; price ADDlv to E. Z. THOMPSON, 135 East Thirteenth street near ThiVa avenue. TOP AND OPKN ROAD WAGONS. B. Patent C Spring Wagons. Also the following second hand Carriages, all In cood to Two Coaches, two Eretts. Two Parfc Phaetons, one Rockaway. Top aad open Wagons. For saie by FREDERICK R. WOOD, 219 and 221 West -Nineteenth street. HORSE WANTED-FOK HIS KEEPING: SUITABLE for a lady to drive; to he use1! only for drivm" in. the country. Address W., Herald office. T IVESY STABLE. HOUSES AND JLJ JACOP, A'icinneer, will by anctloa, at sta'ile, Mercer street, on Thursd-iy tbe LStii PONY PHAETONS IN GREAT TAniETV; LIGHT Ex- tension Top Phaeton and Top Depot Watron cheap. Large assortment nil styles Famflv Camacrs, at re- duced prices. CALVIN WITTY, 638 Broadway. PONY PHAETONS-BASKET AND PAVEL, TOP OB no top, ijI25 up; s me c'.esant goo-Is at lowes: cash prices. JOHNSTON VAN ___________________ 53 Libeny street. vT foitu to r, TF THIS SHOl LD MEET THE EYE OF MISS ADDIP -1 ll.i.l. formerly of Muss., one i-an of someil ing to Iicr by ritmi; ud.lrraj to liOjOllADAl.LoJ Montgomery ttreet. Sun K-anc.sco, JENNY STONO-LltTTER FOR YOU AT THR AD dress TO-I yurc in iiroa-Jwiiy; answer it at oucu. J. IMPORTANT TO THE We will upon On Thura-'ay, 2Stli Inst., Ladies'. Misses' and Chlii-ren'i Linen, Lawn and Muslin Walking Bulls, all of t.uc mattrlal and stylishly made .which we v.-ill sell rr'tlran ally house In the cilr. x MtA.ttS. J reliable. One 'inc JaEEfr nearly new, made by Gflberlnon Hantispiiic., blsh lirc-J, stylish anil fast Rmy Norman Mare, about bl hnnd 8 veara oltltlns sprlne; was Kochester and was by the old sray Norm-iu h-jrse- vc-V prompt, free, game and sty.ish driver: no vice nor trick' nothing an.l can be driven by alatjy; can trot inSSO t his day anu with traininsean be made to trot faster; one of the most elegant gentenmn-s roadsters In tlie State is war- ranted kind, true and reliable. Fine shaped bay Horse, hieh, G yenrs old warranted sound, klnl and tnie in all m.-inpand tail pprfcctly ge frci- A SPLENDID DAPPLE GRAY HORSE FOR i ycar.i old. 15% with great Ktrle and action, with white mane and tail, warranted perfectlv sound in every re- spcct. 164 East Thirty, third street. MATCHED PAIR BLACK HAWK MARES jusl from Vermont, -with lonz, full tai's and manes, 1SW hanus, 7 yearn old; excellent travellers; can ro id 5n In live hour be t BRK STABLE IRON, VENTILATING STALL Partitions, Hav Racks, Mangers. Hot stall Fixtures and a new patent Crib, with hayrack, mac-er. with foo I i-uard tumbling Pot and'hltcliinj; arrangement com'ilnctt. _JANE3 i KIRTL AND, corner Reade, Centre and Elm sts. STABLE TO LET-A LARGE FRAME STABLE I.V avenue. Inquire o.' C. E. GILDERSLaVE, li! .Mercerstreet TO PRIVATE Eonil street entrance on Bleecker street; 4 stalis, car- riage and coachman's room, tc- v-aoms to LVerpoDl, or -and goo 1 for twe'.vs Liverpool or Dcrry, intermedt- certificates from these j booecd to from" Uacabur-s Havre. RotteN inttriirp. IOT rites. Praftb Issued, payable at anybaals io Great Britain and Irp'rtnd. for further information aoply on tbe foot of Dey street, oral tbe Company's o.iice, 7 BowIiQ" Cirean, New HKyPttRSOS BSOfHERS. LIVERPOOIi ANT> QtTEEKSTOWX. For cabin passage applr at No. 4 fiosvli-is Green, r or stt erase passage app.y it 111 Froadwy, Trinitv Build- ng. UHARLSS G. FRANCSXYN, BOATS TO PARSENGBRS AND B AGO AGE to steamship Rua-fa will leave tho Gnhard foot of streRt, Jersey between 1 ant! 2 F. JT. Wednesday, lest. Passengers oalv ran he tnfcea on board, fcea on board, CHARLES G. PRANCKLYN, No 4 BnwHn" by weekly sailing pacfccta. Draftq for il .nnd "upwards. avai able m any cart of Great Britain and Ireland, at tho lowest at TAP3COTT BROTHERS AGO'3, gg South street, Keg-Yorb TTNITSD STATES PASSPORT i P.iP3pnns of tbe Department of issued C. WIL U.S. Court Building 41 Chambcra alreet J. O. DATLET, COG Fiftli street. t-JCTORIA FOR SALE-SECOND HAND; IN GOOD V order; hang on C springs; cost will be pold THEODOKE E. BALIUT1N. ______ corner Broaun-iy and "U-ntll street. BRICK CART, SECOND HAND DOWN- town_hair spring Cart, two second band Coal Carts: ..jg Cart, cheap. 75 First aveiiuc- all harness; lone, heavv flowin" ntle for any one- to drive- vurv prompt driver; an extra line family or C Buitablo for any kind of business t-   OF THE M'PARLAND CASE. SEE TO-DAY'S TELEGRAM AJLL OVER THE CITY. PRICE two CENTS. U'KITED STATES MAIL TO HAVAJTA. Atlantic Malt Stearaslpp Coraun, UNION ADAMS 4 CO., NO. 637 NEW YORK. AJTO DKESS3IAKI.VG. XViJsheadlresss., Heraid oulce? A -A.-PERSONS WHO ARE INSURED IN GOOD i me inniranre companies, arn! n-uo do not desire to sun cod h io sun coder their policie eiiirfntler value of t Agency, 71 Broadway, room 23. V-v "Solute sale, can borrow the rentier value oi their polWes byappj-lugat Jnsmance flLLIKERY At M. T. IITQGINS' llammoth Millinery, 156 Siith avenue. SUMMING UP OP JTHE H'FARLAND CASE. TO-DAi'S TELEGKA-M ALL OVER THE CITY. PRICE TWO CENTS. EXPRESS; A -Ft-RNlTCRE XL FAMILIES MOVED XL city or country; pianofortes, fornilure, bosed. shinu-d rioi ..-e money ndvaucej. Ouice 113 and 115 Elevivh stiM-t, near Slkth avei.ue. A. P. Q. BUtth-HAM. OF THE STATE and at popular pi ices. ani K Mammoth MllMnery establishment tell the conductor to let you out at Tenth street. MME. SBRREANT. 12 BREVOORT PLACE (TENTH in doora west of Broadway, will open on Monday, 2, cnse of French Bonneta ana French Suits from celebrated Worth, of POTS also other novnltlnB. SOC Broatlway, 153 FuUon street'aiio No." 2 P lOR SALE-CABIN YACHT, 21) FEET LONG- TfOR S F bui.t PCI fOR SALE-SINGLE SCULL SHELL AND bui.t 13 inches wlJe and in I feet condition. Adilrcas d. R. Herald offlce. A. -MINER, STEVENS i CO. Offer at their warerooms 656 n SO A I) WAY, but little used. DEPOT WAGONS-NEW AND SECOND HAND AT low pricos; second hand Coupe Kockaway, Road Wa- and assort- CALVIN n-------------- TOP PHAETONS, DOO CARTS, PONY 1J lhaetons. Kond Buggies, Rockaways, aud al! other styles Carriages, for city or country use, at retlucwl prices ___________ CALYM WITTY. ffiW Broadtrav. way stores. Broad- llA.-u'b, tourtli street and Broadway, A S ELEGANT BARO0CHE, NEARLY NEW, WITH _rv high driving seat and rumble behind, suitable for four- In-band driving, together with a line span o." Hones. Coupe and Victoria, will be sold at auction by Mr. SCHENCK to- morrow, at 9J6 o'clocfc A. M, at the private stable 13S TVest A SSORT.MENT OP CARRIAGES HARNESS-DE- JA sirabie styles of two, four and six seats, of recent man- ufacture and at prices to suit all. _____________ HICKS, 32 Barclay street. TTIOR SALE-A FINE PONr, SADDLE, HARNESS AND JL1 Slefah; pony 11 hands I inch litoh, soua.1 and Kind. Ad- dress S. B. STORM, Post office bor 3IJ7, PceksMil, n. y. T7IOR SALE-TEN GOOD TrORK HORSES, SOUND AND J.1 ill Wooiter sL TfOR SALE-AT REDUCED PKICES, DOCTORS7 L aiid of every dcscription; also Eipress "11 two Elpress LONDON AND NEW YORK STEAMSHIP LINK Rates cf passage reduced Steamer sal s every fortnight, illiect to London n Irornpler No. 3 North river. PARAGUAY; Diion, M., April3o. m V in cimency. Firs! tabin, Second Cabin, SiO; Paswncers booked to Hamburg, P.irmen, Paris, Antwerp and RoltprJam at reduced currency rates. Apply at 55 Broadway: for freight at 54 South street. ______________ HUWLAND A ASP1SWALL, Agents. TfOR LIVERPOOL AND QHEENSTOWN.-IKMAN LIKE r.jTv are MORROCAETLE. .Maria torlreJguio.-DHS3.tte .tupl? to S. G. Jn., President, _ _ No. 5 Bowling Green. F BERMUDA. FAHKEE, Cnpt.in Joseph D.StPelr, carrvliiK thq timed Stales malls, will suil for the above port en i bnnidiiy. April M, p. from Pier 11 Korth river and will continue to sail os follows-- Leaie Bermuda. Leave Vew Vori. T1, S biturday. April P.M. Hiesday. VayS, 1 P. sr. Saturday, Slav 7. Ill A. M. j SaturJav, May U 1PM And each succeeding Saturday anil a'tern.lte Tuesday, from PirMa North river. HATfcS OF TTIOR SALF.-A PONY OF RARE BEAUTY ANDSTi'LE- i' perlectly sound and kind; broken to saddle and harness AT HARNESS WAREROOMS, 10 COLLEGE PLACE. Doutile Harness, complete, to per set V, e manntacture all of our harness, and can sell lower than any house In the city. Also Ladies' and Saddles, at all prtces. __ THE TKADKS MANUFACTURING COMPANY. A GOOD CART FOR AT 127 KOOSE- vcll street -J7IOR FAMILY GOING TO EUROPE OFFEP. J? for sale their fine team of Carriage Horses, with a third Horse to match. Ib hands high, young, sound and gentle of nne action, good travellers and every way aesirable; also close carriage anil Barouche. Apply In alleyway, opposite at SIMPSON'S Staples, and 150 East Thirty-ninth atriet 60 ct-nts per dry barrol. in United St.itra goU. For freight or passage apply PAN IlA J, NOKMAN 1IAKVEV, Agent, 34 Wen- street. HAVANA, SISAL AND VERA CRUZ. New YorS and Mexican Mail SwamsMu line, every twenty days, from pier 17 East river, at .1 o'cloci. The culendld steamers CITYOfM'-XICO................. Friday Mavl3 tifi" llcakea....... Julie i3 For freight or passage apply to SONS, S3 Broadway. X.VS LIKE Forlurtherlaiormation apply at the company's offices DALb, A 1? Broadwa G. DALb, Agent. y, N. Y. -Jl'e steamship CITY OF BROOKLYN, from Liverpool, will commence to dischwrc under general order at 27th inst, at 12 M. The Company will not be responsible for anv loss or dam- age arlsms to KOods alter discharfie, and all goods not re- moveJ within 24 hours will he stored at consiguees' ana i TEX of Galveston steamers, 6EX- SBDOWICK, Captain G. W. Gates at pier 2J East rivsr, will sail on JsaturJay. April 311 All goods (or Houston or the Inierlor wi.l DO lorwarded bv mr asents, Messrs. T. McMahon Sc Co., free Br r or freigLt or apcly MALiORY .t CO., IcS Maiden lane. A SUMMING DP Of THE M'FARLAND CASE. SEE TO-DAY'S "TELEGRAM ALL OVER TUB CITY. PRICE TWO CENTS. A -ONE -TX. triumph 01 our -'Patent Supporting Kars." HUNDRED POUND SIGNAL g Kars." The aucti- on of the riding public is respectfully invited to a wanon ust completed for tt ROBERT BONNEK, he aile beoa and draught bars beiuj so constructed with our latent attachment as to have twico the usual strength and 3. B. BREWSTER CO., Twenty.fifth street, near Third aveuue. MARE, SHIFTING TOP in alllj Harness; sold for want of use; the mare will be sold separate if required; price J. MATHEWS' Stable, go Meat Korty-elslith street, near Broadway. UOR SALE-A BAY MARE, BLACK POINTS, 15.1 HIGH i b years oU; sound and kind; very handsome; has been Apply at private stable 1S3 West Fifteenth ffOR SALE-BAY MARE, OVER 15 HANDS HIGH 7 i.. -viears ?-W' anj kind'' can trot ot 3 minutes' sold cheap lor want of MI Third avenue, near Fifty? I VFFHIIAL -fl-JSEKKS, Vice President and Actuary. A OKNTLKMAN PROM -O. a Lilly or cMllcman alter liourB. Rcterencea nehanseil. J'miBce EI'ROPE MIGHT wi alter busii p. II., hoi ol be extra charge wll bo A YO'JNO GERMAN LADY WISHES A SITUATIOV Jl to teach children German, French, pianoaij rockl sjfcor to sia; in a Gerai.xn church. Apply 157 Rlvuigton TjlRENCH CONVERSATION AND LITERATCRE BY" r Professor PARRAIN', i-riidnalc of the Calholic Univlr- ol Normal Srhool of rune; teacher at the Unl. XcwVorlc. 28 Bond PKIVATE INSTRI CTION GIVEN IN CLASSICS AND Mathematics tc boys preparmc for collcae. Terms moderate. Address J. p., 221 bast Tweniy-iirst st.cct. STYLISH BLACK HORSE, HANDS HIUH. long tail; can troMn warranted youas, sound and mJ. Also a fine pair 01 trotters. Those wishin" such ad- dreas A. D. B., 385 Atlantic street, Brooltlyn. COST. For this week only. A few Carriages le.'t from our auction sales. Phaetons, liretts, Clarences, JAMES B. CONS A CO., ___________________634 Erondway, New Tort. at consignees' nsS ana JOHN G. DALE, Agent, No. 15 Broadway. pDNARDLINE. The British ami North American Roral Mail Steamships between New acd I-ivfrpool, ,T .v Cork harbor. May4; CALABRIA......Sat., Ma'v 14 May IS not steerage. OR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT. -1- The Crutnwelt t-u-omshlp Line. ier No.9 Nort'i nvar it 3 o'clock P. M. as Captain ......ipnl'so Captain Kemble... Mav7 trelsht i-ejcivfd dn'lv. Throujh rates given for Galveston. Inulanfi.a, Mobile and Su Louis. Ualiia steerage, S25. or B. CKOMWEU. CO.. it tfe A TWO HORSE SODA WATER OR ALE good as new: be sold for half Its value. Can bo seen at 216 Kuitoa street. GENTLEMAN', LEAVING THE CITY, WILL EX AS. FLANDRAD, CARRIAGE B0ILDER, 7 and 18 East Elahtecntb street. Larriaccs In all the at greatly reduced Clarences, Llcht Koctaways, licpot Wacons.Ae. "THE CARKIAGK OF THE I-KRIOD." Pony Phactoni from up. A tvau' CHANCE FOR MARE.8 VEARS- bay both low priced; must be sol? for it ot use. at 464 Pearl .trecit (elaihlni lor I- Ol'FKUS f nn.l wr; front, oraddreu "1- 4J 'North on April 30, atS raLe3 -Mobile, parts of Europe at lowest rates. Throush bills of ladin-r given for Belfast, Glasgow Havre. Antwerp, and other ports on the continent, and t'or Medfer For sterage passage, at 111 Broadway, Trinity bulldlnc G. FfiANCKiTN, Asent flOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT.IT {Chanje of pier to No. 4S North river.) Old Line. Low l-relsSn. be well known lira; class side-w'heel Ftcamship BIENVILLE, will BAKRR, Con-.mantler. i.v. and For freight or passage, oaving superior accommodations. TP'r to FOX CO., ____ SS Liberty street. FOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT. MERCHANTS' STEAMSHIP LINE. From io. 12 river. at3 o'cloci P. M. SHKRMAN, On Saturday, April SO. PK-kli. Jajry. Throuch rates for St. Louis, Mobile, Oalvsston and or P, hnviiu accommodations. b.VKliK, 40 Broadway. TO QUEEN-STOWS; AND LIVERPOOL, CAR- ryms the DnlteJ Stales Hails. COLOP.ADO, NEBRASKA, Guard........" From pier 4i North Apply to WILLIAMS 4 GUION, 39 Broadwav. _ _ _ _ N'ORTH GERMAN LLOTD Steam to Bremen, Havre I oaiion, i jo new, tlrsl class and lr..n mm! sleamshias AMERICA, AnnlSO, o: o.rOO tons and 7-.U burse power, captain R. Busalas. of Sfm tons an LINE FOK Puerta Plat.k. St. Domlaco The UniteJ Slataa 21.41! steiunsuio TVBEa; Cartam E. A. DelanoT. will leare for the above ports on Wedne For freight or pussase apnlr to A CO.. S3 Broadway. nesday, May 4, ai 3 SO, 22, nnd 29' Wonsttr stre AT 68 LIBERTY STRKF.T. Light Carilin.cs and lilSIlt (ajiouncf, pronto, rrlmlilA fiondt. JOIINSl'ON ,v VAN TA.--SKLL, K Libcuy alrcct tfOR SALE-FOB WANT OF USE, A BLACK r nearly warranted cvjry kind not of locoinotlrn; Bin or donolu. Apply lo VV, h. I'KVTON, 2VJ IJowcry. LANDAU; ONE OF THE MOST PI P .f In tho clly In pcrlect order and Imt used la bcieou UiniTaio itublo ill West lilshieouilj Itraefc W. Nordenhoit. of tons 7l-0 power, Caplain H. A. F. Nevnabcr in .cave from Bremen oier, root of I'hird street, Hoboken diakeputoensErsto auoonen, London, Hav-re, Bremen and Southampton at tile following Flrstcabln Second cabin S Steerage i? SV For passaga or freljut apply to A OELRICHS CO., 6? Broad street, corner Beaver, New York. Passage to 3.IERCEDITA fol.o-.v and sail on Saturday, Hay 14. or IQ J J. F. PAlTiRSOS, Agent, 177 Wcj! street. J1 w. whcol s: CHAP.LHSTON, S. C., THE SOUTH SOUTH- rest .mi! Fio.ltla naw and clesant side- l Wf inei'lsy, April 27, i nor accommodations for oassensers. lier No. 5 i> STEAM elBht or STEAM TO LIVERPOOL AND QUESNSTOWN ,v ENGLAND, n ebstrr, Saturday, AoriiSl', at S.-ro A. M. Passage to Liverpool or (Jueenstown -Cabin. and 870: s: cerate, currency. rrepuM ileeraee tickets from Liverpool, Queenstown, Lo donderry and Glasgow, cnr.-encv. no Apply at tho company's oflioe. CD lirnadwny. F. W. J. HURST, Manaeer. vvil 1 follow and sail Saturday. April S3. i- imo.y to R. MORGAN 4 CO.. Itruadway. NORFOLK, C1T? POIXT AVI> ttlCHMONlX Dominion Sieimsbo compaiy. IM'C r'Ver' For NorfolS, City Point anJ Rlchnion 1 every Tucsdir. Thursday ana at t .11., conneetlni with tho Vir- cmta and Tennessee Air li'W.t'ie Inland Airline, RUGER'S AMERICAN LINK HAVHB, BBUMK.V, OOPE.NHAfiES AND STKTIIN? The hrst clas.1 Stutos Mall steamship VUKKX, oanuin A. O.Jones, will bo fr.un uler -l.t. North rive- on THURSDXV. MAY 15. S60 For freight or passage apnlv to KUUliR BROS., 1031'earl IWMI, _. _ ,uww HUB. Petersburg and tt rail-oiJj, ChesapoaKe I roads.and Richmond HO 1 Hi rallroitis. ThroiRh senqer lickou and thm.i :h of ladlnu it coduaeJ raiaj TO KL'ROPK.-KOR polnu South w Apnly at o.lico on pier il, M to N. L. MCORKADT, Preildpnt, is; Greenwich corner of hey. HATS IN TUB UXTBKMKLY .L line ami wbitu; no blcachlni; Miiuirud; for tale to ihn trad. K. BALOAiSAlt, 63 Plue atrcci. IEWSPAPERS INFAVSPAPERf   

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