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   New York Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1871, New York, New York                               W YOR r v b_JBH_, WHOLE KG. NEW YOKE, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY M, 187J.-TRIPLE SHEET. PRICE FOTJ1I CENTS, DKIESTORV POtt AMUSEMBNts-STtoosj) rAOs-Fourlh, ufth and nlxlli columns. colunld. BALL ShASON-SKOOXn I'AUV-Slilli jtohinm. BOARD ANlTLOPGINtJ oii'l anil llilrJ culumiifl. BOAK1I15KS H AN column. BROOKLYN COllilull. BROOKLYN HEAL LSTAT1S FOK bALB-1'WEU-TU column. BUSlfiiSB col- umn. BUSINESS column. CUV KKAL BSTATB FOB SALlS-Twr.u-rH J'AOR- Thlrd autl fourth columns. OLEIIKS AND SALl-.SMliN-TwEi.FTH col- umn. TWELFTH column. COAU1MKN AND OARDENi.KS-Twrl.rTll and "econd columns. COASTiVISt; STEAMSHIPS-FiasrPAGE -Fifth and sixth oollininB. column. Filth column. URV 1'AflX-Foiutli cjlumn. DVt'ELLINU HOUSES TO LET, FURNISHED AND UN- column. EUROPEAN I-AOl-Plfth column. and fomlli columns, roil column. FUKNIiHED KUOMd AH D APARTMENTS TO column. J'AUE-bisth columq. FKKNCI1 AUVEKTISEMENTS-TWELrrn FACTC-Second column. HELP col- HELP PAQE-Slith cohimu. HORSES, CARRIAGES, and tblrU co'umns. co'umn, UOU.MP, AC., Find column. column. JliKSJBV ClfV, IIOBOKKN, UX'DSOS CITx' ASD BER OI N ItEAL ESTATE TOR Fourth column. LECTURE LEGAL column. LOAN column. LOST AND column. column. ItlARBJjU MANThLS -NINTH column. column. KISUKLLASfcOtM Sixth cohimu. column. column. PERSONAL- KIEST column. PAQE-Fiuh column. column. PKOl'EK'lY OUT OF THE 01 f I FOR SALE OR TO iv ELFTJI and ttf th columns. REAL ESTATE TO 1'AO.I Fiftb column. KEAL ESTATE col- umn. column. SALES AT i'AQE- Sixth column. SITUATIONS PAOE- Flrat, Mecond. third, fourtll, 1.2th and afitli columns. SITb'A'i IONS column. SPECIAL PAGE-Firsl and second col- umns. BIRDS, col- umn. THE column. TUB column. TO LET FOE BGSINEbS PBRPuS.ES-Sr.cOSl> PAGE- Second and third columns. TJNPtP.NISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO SSOOSH cohimu. Fourth column. TV ANTED TO PCKCUASK-FlUST PAGE-Silth Column. TAOHTS, STEAMBOATS, col- umn. J'-HC A J MANHATTA COMrA'NY OI" THK CITX OF Wcw Vork, A 1 FEB. 16, SAME TIME AND PLACE. BI. A KOMUS.-I MEAH BUSINESS ON THE SQUARE. RE- turn, as you propose (c. o. E. A, S. FOP. YOU AT 658 Broadway. OFFICE J. H. BLUE RETURNED country. Call VVeJaesday evening. FROM THE BELLE. TfjESDAY OK V.'EDNESDAY AT 2 P. M. ONE. C HARLES A. TAN 142. S. WILL FIND A LETTER ABOUT HB AFFAIRS X'- in New York with ai. in M., from, hts friend FRANZ UAKDNJSK, it! Baitimora. E: -YOTJKS RECEIVED. CALL FOR A LETTER AT at the place mentioned, addressed as directed. EDWARD. S. S. WILL FKvD'LSTTER AT STATIOK E. W. V. BOAT, SAtlTJlDAY Please Address BLONDE, TMFORMATION OF MRS. EMMA F. I.EFT X home the evecine of Saturday, Februarj- 11; dressed In bluet s.lK, 4rcss aecp Qouncc of ibc flame, sealskin Facfjuc and steel color velrei bonnet, with blaci ostncft feathfer. Address FKIE5D, boi atatiqa A, JAMES MoCAMLET; J. when last heard of. In JS5I. or 1SS3, he was la an asjium on Isiaad; age at the time between 10 and 12 years. AST information mlt be ifaankfullr received by his sisters, iiiiiabtth Mary Ann SicCamley, St. Vin- cent's Asjtuio. TQirty-niath strsci, near Screatu avenue. T EtT PECEMBEE 29. DAI.ET. JU aEcd 13 years, small of ber age, dark hair, syes black j, rerr inlelllceot la manner; had on when sae le.t calico vrjJst, srowc skirt, red hood. cIoRlc. Anv person fonnct haroorinj; her wl'l be dealt with Becoming to :aw. wih cs rcce-red by her faiher, THOMAS DAJjli-f, Dowaing streei, So. 4, In T AST FRIDAY 9 O'CLOCK, SIXTH car. frosa Aster House to the ojiized on Sanday at window. Picass iT, bos 122 HeraJd omce. IS ma! sscn was _ _ _ _ beard of hereabbna. was ________ feet ased ft> years; Wright 220 its.; full face; flush com- plexion (juH'j gray; smooth facc.no whiskers; is verv erect, eltber or sitting: ibe second fiager on left aana is straight, caused by a felon; occupation, s. dealer ia borses. Any information lead to hi1; or alive, will bn liberally reTTarac-i or bis son, VTM H. FOKCE, Jun., rlemlngion, X J., Uuaterdon county, coun- Iry papers please copy- MK. M.-TTVO tlHTERS AT HAND. fOU CAN rely upon my protection, as stated. If vou keep Tour promise, otbcrwlic I rria be deprived of the "novrcr to "give cssistaacc. A f cw days and I will be with you." E. E- Organized under act of tbe Lcflslaturo of tliO Stato of New York, March 28, Capllal. Sbarcs. ifilO'J each. Office and r Ncu Vork Lito Insurance Hullding. Twothounani hundret Klsriren of the capital slock of llili crjinpaiir, of tlio liar valuo of each, beltis tbo re- muliKJor of the capital n-lHlou. arc now offered to butcbcrn, dca'crs, uinrlcr-tioen and otliors. Tlie booJcRof tubsrripUonior qild 'tyott will bo opocfld fit tho olllce of (ho tomi'iuiy .11 nbovc, on Wednesday, the 13th day of Fetmiarr, 1871, from 9 A. M. t-i ij I', M., and roinulu open for ten -la} n, unleRi stoom-r subscrlned for. Each (lubscrlptlon for ton Bh-iroa from any bdtcuer, Tnar- kcttnan of ilcalcr will entfti-? tt c aiibscnbcr to one etaml or stall at a uniform fixe 1 rental on a lease of llvo years. Mul no one Inilcner, markPtionn or dealer xvlIJ be allowed moro tnan two ptalh or In cither wholesale or retail department, and the Intention to avail himself of tb.fi privi- lege must be declared by Riibscilbcr at tbe time of aub- A diagram of the stanus in the marfcpt can be seen at the ofll'jeof tlio C'jtnpary, and the selections of stands by said aubscrltcrs will be to order of aubflcrlption. Terms of 2fl per m on subscribing, and tho balance, in Instalments of 23 per cent, as called for by the treasurer, on 3U days' nottoe. Uy order of the Board. 1'AVfc J. ARMODB. CommlUee I'AUlEK.f on VV. JOUNjJOJi, j SuljflcrlpUon, __KEW' YOSK, Feb. ll, 1371. POLICE DEPARTMENT OF THE CITY OF KEW York, 1'recinct No. L6, K.-w York, Feb. 13, 1875. Coaches cpnvevin" company to tha Lieflerdranx FalU at the Ara-Iemyof MuJq, on Tueaday, February 14, 1S71, wl' approach from the north thro'tsh Irtlnt; place. fourteenth street. In taking np coaches will In Fourteenth street, towards 1 hfra avenue. In ao we wh coathes DO allnw.til to rome in from toiirth ftronur. F-ire to any part of the csty. name destination, four The company will lake the coach in line, ID case wll coaches be oiUcJ. THOMAS W. rH Captain Twenty-Eirth Precinct, Inspector o AU l IIOltSEMKK.-FOH BAtiTitALF IK- (u Ibe boat O'llpulni Macblno out; porfectlon comblnoj. Fullest InvesKcallon lu- 'Junnanady. Address UMl'l'lNU, llprald office. CAItftTAOEH. WAGONS. H JJtuclDeaj Wnponfl, nnd donhle Wlanketn, very cucap. at Uroadwny. near Forty-firm OENTIiEMBN Carrlaccn Fjhoufd exami VVHO INTEND iiUVINO FINE d examine our gtocic. Foiirandsit fioat family Koekawoya a Bpcclalty of faBhjaoablo ut prieon to r-lcwo nil. A WOOOKUFF, G'JJ nod 6CO Broadway. AK ELEGAKT FAMILY SLEIGH FOK SIX PER CENT less than coat; mivr and socond baud aeaaouy-blo Onfrlaaeg and UarnevB greitlr reduced nrlcoa. TAYLOH'S, 59 Cedar street. A GliEAT CHAKOB TO GET A GOOD lions and will sell on aay reasonable oITcr. JOHNSTON VAN Liberty street. A SECOND HAND LANDAU, CURTAIN COACH, Clarence, COUDO, Dopot Wdgou, no top and top Bugles sold at a grtat bargain. Slclchs and _ HASt'S, Fourth a'roet and Broadway. .-A 1IANDEOME FRONT COUPE, pole and shafts, ot for private use. No. 9 Tenth Direct. HAVANA ITI7CS casiieJ and Information gticn. Circulars sent, Kentusky Tickets from tn from to COO f-nrrenev; per cent allowed. S. B. BASKS, 15 Wall slreui, Yarn. Boi Post omcc. (63O CUBBIiN'rY.-FOYAL HAVANA LOTTERY. tlpOZr casueti. mfn-matfon glren; circulars sent J. B. HAKTINEX  .CTT lork corner Broadway and WARONS, WITH GLASS FRONTS. FOR WIN- ter; cnmnlete assortment; seasonable Family Cerriares, compriolua Coupe Eockaway3, Phartono. eU-seat Eock- aways and variety Ugbt Carriagen; low prices. 6J3 BroaQway. T7IINERT TIGER SKIN SL'SKIl ROBE IN THE COTJN- L try, clcsantly trimmoJ, also Leopard Kobe, very ilne, WEBKJ5B, girth avenue and Thirty-arst street. T710R SPLLNDID MAHOGANY HAY IIORSE, J. iiandg. uyu.ars old; sound, kind and stylish; Trill be sold at a bargain, as is goius Apnly luis day, before 12 6'clocfc, at Noa. 4 and B East Twenty-eighth street, near Fifth ayeaue. TpOR HANDSOME, STOUT AND USEFU1. CA- JL1 nndien Ponv. hautls stylifh and urlver; warranted sound, Kind and gentle !n every must be sold, a1! the owner hafi no use lor him. Inquire at 547 Wash- ington btreet, cjrner Kins; street. FOR SALE-THREE UPPER CANADIAN PONIES: soun J, kind and 14 to hands; Kioreas Horucss, nearly ce.v; half their value. 2'JI West Sixteenth street, near Seventh arcnuc. FOR GOOD WORK HORSED, FROM 15 TO IT high, to ;bi. all warranted sound nc'i kmd. Apply for three days at 607 Washington street, ia tbe feed store. FOR S-.LE-A VERY STYLISH DARK BROtVN OOtTPE Horee, 17 hands, long nzt.ne and tall; strictly sound and kind- J. KING, corner Lafayette place and Fourth street. FOR GOOD BLACK MARE, SIX TEARS old, sound and kind. Apply at 83 Greenwich street. FOR LABGE THREE-SEATED SLEIGH; price, is75; also a handsome Sieigh that represents a. pair of trotting horses. GOEDOS'S stables, No. 5 West Thirteenth street. TO BE EOR LOTV PRICED HORSES. seen at SS Stantoq street.______________ tlOR SALE-TWO HORSES AXD CELLAR CARTS A1 and Harness, together or separate; also Corporation. Carts for sale. The norses are sound and kind; each. 64 New Chambers street. FOR GENTLEMAN'S CUTTER. SEAT AND back well cushioned; for sale with pole and shaft; ori- ginal cost can be had now for S175. Can be seen at SEAIOti'S stables, Tliirty-second street, between Madison End Fourth avenues. FOR SALE AT A YOUNG CART Horses, kind and gentle; well trained, 15 and 16 hands nigh. Inquire at 400 West Twelfth street, corner of West PHAETON WASTED (SECOND JL made, in Kood orderand price low; a note, with full particulars, to P. JONES. oQlcc of National Hotel, tio 5 Cortlanut street, will receive attention. SLEIGHS-ALL STYLES, TO LET BY DAY OR SEA- sou; several second hand Sleighs for sale cheap; 50 new great reduction prices; all styles Sleigh Beils, at WHiys, Broadway. Td LOAN-ON REAL ESTATE, IN ri-------- this olty, on bond au4 mortgauc. Libe- ral loans made on ilrst city nropcrtr. JOHN f. CONKEY, 02 Wallitreel. TO IMPROVED cbeatcr county, York or Bi'ookiyn 163 Broadway. property: 91110? to suit; no bonus required. 0. K. WILLIS, Montauk Insuraticn Co.. 000 10 Brooklyn, New, only need apply. iP I VU gage on Improved Property ID New Vork, Brooklyn, New .terseynua county. Proprietors E. M. JIASON, No. 1 Centre street. WHY GOODS. A H! GOOD MOItNING. J3.U1 GOOD MORNLNO. MACT. HA'JYi MAOY. JLiCT. MACY. HACY. JIACY. MACY. JL1OY. MACT. MACY; 3IACY. MACY. MACT. MAOY. MACY. MACY. MACYi MACYl ulACY; MA'JY. MACY; iilACY. MACY. MACY. MAOY. MACY. MACY. HACY. MACY. SL4.CY. HACY. MACY. MACY. MACY. MAOY. MACY. MACY. KACY. MACr. MAOY. MACT. MACT. MACY. MAO MACY. MACY. MACY. GOOD J10RNINO. UOOD MOENIKO. GOOD MOP.NINO. GOOD MORNING. QOOD MORNING, We aro now oncnlnff 13 cases STRIPED MARSi.ILLE3, A YARD. K. H, MACY. S05 dozen of M LINEN DAMASK NAPKINS, NINETY-EIGHT CENTS A DOZEN, finest in the city at the price. M9 dozen LINEN TOWELS. ONE DOLLAR AND EIGHTST-OMB UESTS, DOLLARS AND SEVENTY-SIS CESIS, TWO DOLLARS AMD TWENTY-SIGHT CENT3 a dozen; the best la the city at the prices. Ldces, Embroideries, Flowers, Ribbons, Velvet Ribbons, Neckties and Bo we, Satins, Feathers, Velvets, Silks, Hosiery and Gioves; Curtains, Clocks, Fancy Goods, Linen Handkerchiefs, Worsted, Corsets, Patterns, Trimminss, Perfumery, Small Soaps, Cotton, Alpaca and SllkUrahiellafl; .Carved Goods, Plated Ware, best quality; Baskets, Bird Cages, Kid Gloves, Underwear, Jet Jeweirv, Bron7es, French Jewelry, BOOKS, Books, BoOis, BOOKS, Books, Hooka. All the new of the day and all tne Standard Worts, at popular prices. All the popular Magazines. Haroer's, Harper's, Galaxy, Gaiaxv, Scribaer's, Scribnnrti, Eclectic, Eclectic, Herald of Health, Phrenological Journal, Frank Leslie's, Guide to Holiness, f or .sale on our counters and furnished on orders. PACKET TITURINOTA, Captain II. BblerB, will sail on Feb. 14 ai 3 p M.I for HAMBURG. In kins pansMBCrs fr6m Now 5'ork to Hamburg. First Cabin, Second Cabin, EOM- payable In United States cold. The SILESIA will nail Feb. KUNJUARDT CO., 0. B. RICHARDS 4 BOAS, General Agents, Genera! Passenger Accuts, 61 IJroad street, N. f. NQ. C BarcUy Btrest, N. V. STEAM TO QUEENSfOWH AND CAK- rylns the United Rla'M mafia. Sailing every Wednesday. NEVADA. Green.............-............Feb. 15. at 2M P. M. COLORADO, Freeman.........'..........Feb. 22, at 8 A. M. from Pier 46 North river. Cabin passage, gold; steerage, currency. PreoalJ tickets, S33. currency. Passengers booked to and from Paris, Hamburg, Norway and Sweden, Ac. Drafts on Ireland, England, France and Germany at lowest rates. Apply to ______. WILLIAMS GUION, 29 Broadway. STEAM TO QUEEN'STOWN ASD LIVERPOOL. Cunard SAMAHIA Thursday, 16th February. CALABRIA Thursday, KM February. Cabin nasirage, 880 steerage. currency. For cabin passage apply at No. 4 Bowling Oreen. For steerage passage apply at 1U Broadway, Trinity Build- CHARLES G. gBAHCKLTtf, Agent. ing. 11 cases checked Nainsooks for twenty-three cents a yard; very fine goods. 7 cases Victoria Lawns for seventeen centa a yard; splen- did value for the money. 49 cartons of Black Sash Ribbons, seven inches wide, beat quality; suty-eight cents a yard. Ei tion. 99 cases of Hamburg Trimmings and Embroideries, the largest and cheapest lot ever offered at retail in New 61 cases of Ladies' Underwear to be closed oat this weec, s we want the tor our Stiaw Goods opening. Ali our Ladles' Chemises cents, fceventy-sii cents 97 cartons ot colored anu embroidered Sash Ribbons, ele- int quality, ninety cents a yard, half the- cost of Impona- NATIONAL LINE. STEAM TO LIVERPOOL AND QUEENSTOWN, From, nier 47 North river LIVERPOOL AND QUEENSTOWN. ITATY, Grogan..................Saturday, M. Passage to Liverpool or 375 and S85: steerage- currencv. Prepaid steerage tickets from Liverpool, Queenstown, Lon- donderry and Glasgow, currency. For further particulars appiv at tno company's office, JTo. 69 Broadway. ___________________________F. VT.J. HQgjT, Manager. pUNARD LINfi. The British and North American Royal JIa.I Steam- ships L'et ABYbSIXIA....TS'ed, Frt. 22 PARTHIA-.Thurs., March 9 CALABRIA. .Tours.. Feb. I CHINA..... VVed varch 15 CUBA ..Wed.. March 11 BATAVIA-.Thnrs., March IS RATES OF PASSAGE. By the "Wednesday steamers, cot carrving steerage. Cirst Cabin. ........S130, gold Second sold First Cabin, toParii jd5, Sold By the Thursday steamers. First Cabin zoid steerass cnrrencv S'.eeraf e tickets from Liverpool and Queeas'.owa ana all pans of Europe at 'oivest rates- Through bills of lading civen for Belfast. Gios2ow. Havre, Antwerp and other ports on the Continent, and for Mediter- ranean ports. For freight and cabin passage apply at th3 company's office, !fo. 4 Bowiinj Green. For steerage passage at 111 Broadway, Trinity OHA3. G. FRANCKLYir. Acent. WHITE STAR LINE Oceanic Steam IiaTigitfon Company's Line of new Steamers between New York and Liverpool, caHmR at Cork, Ireland, The company's fleet comprises the following magnificent full-powered ocean steamships, the six largest in the world: OCEANIC, Captain Murrav. ARCTIC. ATLANTIC, Captain Thompson. BALTIC. PACIFIC, Captain Perry. ADP.L4TTC. Thssa new vessels have been designed specially for ths transatlantic trade, and combine speed, safety and comfcTt- "assenger accommodations nnnvaiied. Parties sending for their friends In tee Old Country can. now obtain tickets, steerage (prepaia) Other rates as low as any flrst class line __ For further particulars antfy to IS 3IAY. I1IUIE A CO.. 10 "Water street, Livernoo1 and Fo. 7 East India avenue. Lead- __, FOB KEW ORLEANS DIRKCT MERCHANTS' SfKAMglllP LINE From pier 12 Worth rivtr, at z o'clock olIKltMAJi, on Wednesday, February 15 Also GHNKtfAL MBAOK, on Saturday, Kcbnnry If. Freisht received dally. 1 hrouch rales glvcn for St. Loots, Vlckabiint, Mobllfl, OnlvoJton and Indlnnola. For freight or pasBace, havlorr superior accommodations. Wy tofaiiDEfclC Broadway. FOR NRW ORLEANS DIRECT. Thn Pi-nrvin-all CaWn page, o For freight or pasiaze apBi! to ._. H- B CROMWELL ft ss weat street, T THE ft.riB.tDA. SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST, Bailing from pier f.o. 5 North river, at 3 P. M. every TuesJar Thursday arid Saturday. The Drst class stdewheel steamship JAMES ADOEB, Captain L. J. Lockwood. vrfll sail on Tuesday, February 14. Through passage tickets and bills ofladlng issued at lowest For local freight and passage apply to HENKS R.MORUAN 4 CO., 30 Broadway. For through freight and rates anjily to BEffTLEY D. SASSELU General Agent, Great Southern Freicht Llno.ZH Broadway, entrance in Thomas street. The steamship GEORGIA will follow Thursday, Feb. 13. POP. NORFOLK, CI1T POINT AND RICHMOND. Old Dominion Steamship Company. Steamships of thislltw leave pier S7 iy'ohh river, foot of Beach street. For Borfolk, City Point and Richmond, steamship SARA- TOGA, on Tuesday, Feb. 14, at it t. M., connecting with the Virginia aaa Tennessee Air line, the Seaboard Inland Air line, Petersburg and Weldon Kailroad, Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad and Richmond and Danville Railroad. Through pas- seager tickets and throueh bills orlading at reduced rates to all point? South and Southwest. Apply at oSlce on pier 37, or to S. L. MoCBEADT, President, 187 Greenwich street, corner of Dey, FIRST CLASS STEAMBOAT AND BUSINESS FOR offer for sale the Walter freight and passenger business is excelled by none J econo- mical In fuel, state moms, newly furnished, eight years old. draft water about feet, copper bottomed, engine 33 inch cylinder. 10 feat stroze; the lease of her nresenS Whan, foot of Spring street, having five years to run from 1st June neit- Ic not sold at private sale will on Thursday, Feb. 16, be sold at auction, at 12 o'clock M., on board the boat at her wharf at Spring street, where she may be sesa previous to that Reason for selling senior partne? wishes to retire from business. For further particulara in- quire at the office of ;he subscriber, at Flshkill Landine. K.TT. WALTER BRETT k CO. A LARGE MAS7FACTURWG over twentv DSIMSS FOB ..entv years, doing a very- large, safe and profitable business; everything inyood work? Ing order; satisfactory- reasons for selling, parties wltb. capital may address r.. ft. CO., Herald office. ihall street. London; or at the company's offices 19 Broad- jy, New YorK. J. H. SPARKS, Agent. enu; way. MACr. MACT. MAOT. MAOY. TrfASTED.-Asr PAKTT HATISC A GOOD. STRONG V f Cart Horse to dispose of very cheap mav address WIL- LIAMS, boi 123 Herald oEcs. A NEARLY Y t fjont, for one horse, of IB hands or over, sound and fc] gant price will be paid. Add tiirco days. COUPE, CIHCITLAB half price, 103 Chambers street. Angora -at KA -GOOD TEAS! WORK -HORSES: STTLISH J.OU. Sorrel, 8 years, 16hands. SUO: beautiful Hare, bands, -warranted to shows minutes, Thirty-first street, in the rear. ITjuXAJXOIAL. FUJiDS TO LOAS.-ONE SUM OF and one of to loan. In sums to suit, or to buy mortgages. C. f. CLARKE, as Broadway. S1AGY. MACY. MACT. MACT. MAOY. HACY. CTr ACYi HACr. MACY. MACY. KACT. MACT. ilAOY.' AT 111 BSOADWAY, BASEMENT OFFICES A ASD on Bond and Mortgage to principals. The Real Estate Circular aistributed free; mailed on receipt of stamp. STANLEY DAY. MONEY TO LOAN-IS LAEGE AND SMALL sums, promptlv, on Keil Estate' in h'ew York and vl- vlnity. promptly caahed. WM. SINCLAIR, CO., So. S street. and 8 per cent investment, all at low FOR PER CEST CITX AXD COS7NTY Bonds, arst class oelow par; also Insurance and Knnlc Stocks, Citv Kailroa-1 Stocks aud Bon'is and extessive rarietr of First Mortgage gold Boatls, for safe and prontablt rates, for sale bv ALBERT H. SICOLAY, Stock Urolcerand Auctioneer, _ 4S Fine street. New Yorfc N. and Bonds not dealt in a; the Nt-w Yorfc Stock Exchange Board a specialty with this house for manvyeaw. MONF.1 TO LOAN ON BOND AND MORTGAGE ON Real Estate In tnis cltv....... MACY. MAOY. ilACY. MACY. MACY- SIACY. HACY. MACY. MACY. DOLLS. DOLLS. DOLLS. DOLLS. DOLLS. DOLLS. DOLLS. DOLLS. DOLL3. DOLLS. DOLLS. DOLLS. DOLLS. DOLLS. KOLLS. DOLLS. DOLLS. DOLLS. DOLLS. DOLLS. BOLLS. DOLLS. POLLS. and ninety-seven centa. Good material and well made. All our Ladies' Night Robes Eighty-two and ninety-seven cents. One dollar and six cents. One dollar and fourteen cents. One dollar and nineteen cents'. One dollar and forty-three cents. Good material and well made. Good material and well made. Good material and well made. Good material and wellmada. Good material and weli made. AH our Ladles' Vfhite Sklra embroidered, plain and tuclcei, Forty-nine coats, Fifty-one cents, Elchty-nlne cents. One dollar and ihirzy-Sve centa. "Gooainalerlal Good material and welt made, and well made. ALL OUB LADIES' DRAWERS Fort--sLc cents. Forty-six cenU. JTifty-sevei cents. Firty-sevea cents. Fifty-seven cents. Good material, material, materiel, material, material, and well made, well matie, well made, A genera! stocfc of AND FUaNlSHING GOODS AT POPL'LAR PRICES, Popular Prices. Popular Prices. Popu'ar Prices. Popular Prices. Popular Prices. Popular Prices. Popular Prices. TOTS, TOYS. 1OYS, TOYS. A Cnesioclc of GENTS' FCXNISHLS-r. GOODS, of every description, all ihe novelties, at POPULAR PRICES. LADIES' BALBSIGGAN HOSE, LADIES' BALSKIGSiAS HOSE, T.APIES' BALBKIGG.VN HOSE, far Steerage...................338 To London.............55 To Halifax..............15 TNJtAH LINE__FOK QDEENSTOWN AND LrTBR- J. Mall Steamers are appoints! to sail as CITY OF WASHINGTON.........Saturday. Feb. 15.2 P. if. CITY OF LIMERICK Feb. 2LI P. H. CITY OF PARIS..................Saturday. Feb. !S. 10 A. H. CITY OF BROOKLYN............Saturday. March 4, 2 p. X. And eacn succeeding Saturday and alternate Tuesday, from pier 45 North, nver- RATE5 OF PASSAGE, Parable in gold. Pavable In currency- To London. To Halifax, N. S.........20 _______________________ Passengers also forwarded to Antwerp, Rotterdam. Swe- den, Norway and Denmark, at rsdnced rates. Tickets can be bouaht here at moderate rates by persons wlshlnjj to send for their friends. For iurther information aoplvat the company's office. fOOS G. DALE, Aesat, 15 Broadway. Now QNLY DIKECT LINE TO FEAKCE. The General Transatlantic Company's mail steamships be- tween New Yorfc and Havre, callinc at Brest. PEREIRS, Daltre.....................Saturday, February's LAFAYETTE. MarcH Pereire will saU direct for Sordeiui. for freight or paaaage apply to GEO. MACRESZIE, Agent. 53 Broadway. GERMAN LLOYD STEAMSHIP COMPANY -02 BREMEN. The steamship HERMANN, Captain G-. Reichmann, Trill sail on Saturday', February IB, from Bremen pier, foci of Third street, Hobofcen. Tf be folio-wed by tbe steamship MAIS, Captain Iv. v. Otarecdorf, Saturday FabmarySo. RATES OF PASSAGE, Pnvable In cold or Its equivalent ia currency. Firgtcabfo_____________..... S129" ______ J. txl 55 j profitable. Address. WOOD'S HOUSEHOLD MAGAZINE, For ireight or passage apply to OELRICHs i S3 Broao staet. New SorS. ASPECIAIi OR ACTITE PARTNES, WITH ABOUT to joia the advertiser in a good, resoectable and proEtable bminess; the very beat of reference's siren and required. The bosicesa Is now In good working order. Ad- dress, Trtth real nams, Btating tne time and where an inter- view caaj be bad, for three days, D. H. J., Herald office. Herald office. THOMAS, A PROFITABLE BUSINESS FOK HAST, WITH larse or small original Entter P.ecipe, now perfected; makes superior table in a few- minutes: porifies ola or rancid butter immediately. Rights and P.ecipra for sals, with, fall directions. Address P. B. COOPER, Agricultural Association, box 141 Herald office. 'l APASTSES CAPITAL; A month's trial erren before InreBtias tf required. Ad- dress GOOD FIE1I, Herald omen. A GOOD CHASCE-FOB A MAS OF EKEROY. WITH or capital, to engage In the turning and Safins business; cstablisbei and has best prospects. Gail ie seen at 735 agd 739 Bast Ninth street. B. B. HAKT. ALOSQ AKD TrELt. ESTABLISHED STEAM DYEING and Scouring Establishment, doing a good business; also accommodations for a first class Lauudrv in connection l a capital ooportunlLj for ona or two energetic men with a small capital; wilt be sold low, as the owner has other busi- ness; part casu. Call on or address B. N. bor. 633 Bridgeport, Conn., or THOXAS-BROWNE, Ho. 9 Cnambera Street, A HELPER -SVASTED-WTTH SHALL CAPITAL, StT late half interest io. K safe, easy business, where eactt can reallta 575 weekly, witnont risk. 239 Spring street, base- mant. HALF INTEREST IN A WELL KNOWN ROOFISO material and paint manufacturing house; oneo., business and profits satisfactory: best Addreaa G. S. JL, Kerala office. TJARTSSB TO CASH CAPI- Bcal Estate bought and sold. ;ity: Bonds and Mortgages bought; PO 1.1.3, JOHN T. IRVING. 2-1 Pine street, third Door. PEAL TO ON BOXD AND LV mortgape. on good city pronertv. J. 4 SOX. Fo, 4 street. rr-REASURY DEPARTMENT, TTASHINGTON, FEBRU- JL .try THK CELEBRATED HIGH BF.ED ANl5 FAST black trotting Ueldia; FKATiK 1'OKKESTEK.sIrcJ ry TORONTO M high. 8 old; RB prompt, strlionnjid CAX BEtOUXD: HAS A KECOkO OF2-fe in ROAD WAGON, and is aa FINE AND iAST Was ever: Is afraid of nothing. STANDS WITH- TVING; can be driven bv a ladv no vice or tricks. a warranted SOUND XSD KISD AS KEPKESENTED iacvervpnrtlcnbr. EXTBA FINE AND SPEEDY CROSS MATCHED pair of BJTLEMAS-2 July 14.1670, -Aa act to authorize the refuadlns of debt." and the act ia amendment thereof, ap- 110LLS. D0LLS. DOLLS. DOLLS. DOLLS. DOLLS. DOLLS- DOLW. KACY. MACT. i MACY. MACr. MACY. MACY! The places at which subscriptions maybe mads and the names of the authorized agents of tie government will be M announced hereafter. .jToc proposed loan conipnscs three First. Bonas to tbe amount of Cve hundred oullions of dol- lars, payable in coin, at tac pleasure of tho Vnited Stales, after ten ycarsjrom the date of their issue, aad bciriag in- tcrcst, payable in cMn, at toe rate of five per ceat per auziTCn. THE trHO TIHD TUK SMALT. 1'ACS- oa the TS-AT 10 tbe fcrr? lart Satcrda? if wJtJj ii- aidreas be cla.J ia ctr- VJJbiSEra JWHO HSK FKISrCD l Ittr corner aad fcalf.jnsl Itn) ccra- her rol sTc Tmnleajyiol uolirielT, as -ig fsir Si is noi Jcaowa. For Uca- e, coixj2 ai oscc. SI7T OTHSKS Second. Bonds to the amount of three hundred rnfiUonsof centpcrj to tac loan -will have rrefcrence ia the first. Subscribers for ajnosnls of each class of bonds. ELECANT ANP pair of roan -MATCHED can tros In OK FAIR OF CLOSEL7 HATCHED, bljo A I 1.OTE MACT. MACV. .MACT. Klh street and Sti AND OUR AND OUR LADIES' HDIES' LAIlISS' LADIES' 1.-U.IKS' LADIES' r-wi cent Kid Gloves, cent Gloves. cent Kid Oloves, cenr Kid Giovei, _ _ cent Kit! Gloves, Are warranted eaual to ir dollar kid" stove !a Yorfe OUB ENGLISH HALF HOSE OUB ENGLISH HALF BOSS OUE ENGLISH HALF HOSE OUK ENGLISH HALF HO'E OuB ENGLISH HALF HOSE AT TlYENn--FlTE CENTS, are as good as Ton will bur at any store in tho for 47c. We shall also open during the week, Per Steamer Nevada, Cases Of English Small Wares Kilters PINS AND HAIR PIS3, PIS BOOKS. ATKINSON'S PEKTMERY AND SACHETS, AT POPULAR PRICES! K- H. MACY, K. H. MACT! K. H. MACY, R. H. HACi i K. H. MACY it- H. MACY! I H- H- M.-.CT. j mHE AXCEOR LINE STEAMERS i sail every Saturday and alternate Weonesdav to and from Glas-OTr and Perrr. Passengers booked and forwarJad to and from all railway stations ia Great Brilain, Ireland. Xonvay. den or and America as safclv. Epeedflv, cOQtTorta- bly and cheaslr as branr other route or line. "SSPSESS" STKASIEKS. "jTXTSi" STEASEES. COLtTMTjIA------Sat., Fib. 13 1 IOWA..........Wei, Feb. 15 IS3IAIX.IA.....tVci, 22 ASSYRU-------TFs-J.. ALEXANRIA.Wei, March S MarcalS Feblss AUSTRALIA. .Sat, March 4 INDIA.........Ea-. Marco 11 ETJROPA......Sat.. March 13_______........, and every Saturday and alUrnatc Wednesday from pier SO Norin rrvar, Jfew Yo-a. at nooa. Kates of passage, parable in currency, to Liverpool. Glasgow or First cabins, and 575, according to location. Cabin excursion tickets fcood for twelve Securing accommodations, SIS'J. Intermediate. steerage. S23- Certicca'es. at reduces rates, can be bought here by those to send for their friends. Drafts Issued payable ca presentation. Apply at the cocinanv's offices, to HENDERSON "BROTHERS, No. 7Bowt'u2 Gresa. PARTNER WITH sco.oco TO ssoooa, TO JL join the advertiser, thoroughly nnderstandiaE tha basp ness, tnth good trade. In establishing a tea jobbina house {a mafce money. Address TEAS, Herald office. FOK THE RETAIL PRODUCE JL business; S500 to Sl.COO capital rajulred. An excellent opportunity for a live rnsTi. Address BtTalNESS, Herald ciOce- WAN SOME .S6.KO CASH OB JL improved real estate, unencumbered, for half splendid Kiniaj Ho use, roikins S2.COO monthly. For inlormaiion. apply to Mr. MUDGET, 536 Slith avenue, corner TMrty- scconti street. pSOFITABLH PAKTY DESIROUS J. of into sample room and restaurant business; none but treated with. Arp'y to O. tf. TYI.ER, vrholesi'e liquor inercnant, 67 and 63 Hudson street, from 13 to 2 o'cjocfc- TTXITED STATES PASSPORT BUREAtr.-OFFIClAL c c. :ih cverv requisite: esiensivc number. S, in fieir Talnab'e niedicicai qualities; :TH, United States Court Buildlnjj, 41 Chainisri i manent Hcaltl; institution or Water Cure. Aduress S S. No 7 Eecliniart street, roem 17. PACIFIC HAIL STEAMSHIP COHPAST'3 Throush line to Califomin and China. Frefgbt and passage creaxly redscsi. JThrough rates, Sen- Torfc to Saa Francisco first class. sccnrdini to the location Of ber-i. These rales include oerths, board an! aa cecewarfes for tfce trip. Steamers of the aooTe iine iea.ro pier ffl XortS r.TCT, foot of Canal street, at 12 o'ciocK aoon. tnosa days fan oa Susda-y, then tha day nrs- free to each ad-it. McdJ- A PARASOLS. PARASOLS. PARASOLS. PARASOLS. PARASOLS. I-ARASOL3. the Styjes now on ciLIbltion. R. H- MACT, slrctt and Siiti svenn TASSELS. FRtXOES. GUirs. PSESS BJJT- Omanieata, Ac.. for B3CTRA S1TLISH 3JROWM free driver. no-rnd na-J for of the ITnite'J Stules Bjfiirt, 10 rSt> ?1" "U wrapoaj. as v. 3-% HWH. -5 T-HTS on TROT iy   SJI1W In juuc. he (1C. 73. 44. 37, il, ra, 11C, 47. _ Sf. M. IB. iSS, Sx SI. if.n. 15. 3S. 94, .M, tna -en-ralum icat 3a n _ ._ J. CLTJTE, T-roTtT. 306 STrwiihraj, W8 Tvion Md >o. S Ttat TCW. X C- ffl-JJfATJ JVT M W,  t jstj avcMJN "JlliMJiy, J1. W. n-a -i--. ]3 M-, litare: wart "licit UC mi lime of thin j; tmihicnii. f A <-lutnf onm-1. tJn StnWs 'G'Tcal JolteJ .roB. SlelriJ, Ilamc'n, CJptlniB. jtr. ATEjlT CHOICE WT OT1 aiTifl TiiTn% HJT S oii V JPBSSTOK A TAN TASSELU al man. TJiBl nrc'T.j Ttmtf rcrrqli aiTnras. s TV tflos. TiTjsE'iir JIT A TAN Tnji Trar.ro, TOTJ TTrocliJi, Otmjw, KprtairaT; 3-Iw etnm OT; 44 -up; iilrij'ks. S2imii. TV. 31. J3 10 19 TT PifrtcT BlrccT A A TOcnnrss WAWSS, ftc. it L3TTLTA Tt'ESSR. TTlO C03S C? TBB nSIST 4 rwja ni <3 irm-jri at HAS A ro.'S AHorUonjc. Canlrestra TO rrr.CJI T farms; J 33 PATT  nnn I'J.uUU vfa AOflrstt M. T0 A. J. ELEi-t J-. R. SUM A 7 J 3w Triamm; scjij-iltd cash OTtrade. FKESERICS for except Onchundred cae and alicndanco free. Fearbary 2SJ-BESRY CHAI7NCET. Capt. GIST, C3nascl- Isc'rtthCOLOR.VDO.CaBt. Parker- Departure of Mti CTSTT jionth will touch at Saa Jose, Gua- temala aad Pnnta A rcnas. OBSAT RErFBLIC Tern San Frjac-Eco Karch 1.1573. for China aiadJsrcuj. Ali frcicht lorSaa Francisco "-will ro fast, and bo received nm.1 4 P. "M. Saturday. 13. forC-nlrpl American "aadSonib Pacj5c portsvrfn be rcccirw: until 4 T. X. on Fridiv. Febrnarr 17, AH tic csuol facilities itffordeiJ shippers in coliccKnr'intaTsd cbarrwt. Ac. A2CTK2R. WITH ISA io; baslnera. fuilr atabllahed; oildo a kiujv-4 icatiic trod lo .1 rear. TB5 capita! caa be secured br real cstaw of upwards of .S50.DOO Taint Fn.I SDiTAKD F. TUOilAS i CO., C -Kf A COSIMERCLV1, ESTA3DISHMEST of standicc. a partner from SlaOOT Soars of profits -mil avera-e -55.033 a year JEDWAKD F. THOMAS A CO., _ Partaersfc'p Agents, Chicago. IIL TER CEST PBOFTr. SO RISK___T7B HATE AW to invest (SOW security. Ad Iron INVESTS ENT. box Hsrid 000 H a light sianofactnring cTifls an5 an farther information applT at ttae office, rter-42 rircr, F. R. BAST. Aicat. OS MEI.501-RN-E WS5CT.-TSS FASK I.EUA Jt. IX1SG. J.TXI atcaed Marcb 15, aad tas j calm rassajcrs. TTAVE YOC TJIE NEWS? HATE TOTj SEAD THE THE TELEGRAM T33E 1ELEGP.AM TBS THE TELEOHAJL OFTiCE. SJ SA3S3AC STSBET. an a JMMwn TO VAS-OS WOETJ; sa TJtt utrwl. K.W. CASEKOS CO., 5 Swli TTX1TED STATK5 V Mal rcrnTar'y Th-nrsdav., al 5 o'clock 3L TircdSKr rNo. fyvrOt-nrrr- roM'-vlSH. Carta-n ____ 13 rxIiacr'sitSasBra Fc> C: KOKKO CASTLE. OtTftara B. ASjras NarcS2 rrjnircdL r'or parti; S3 row. business; refcrenc-J s caa at PATS swre, -i'V- CaASca-rABTSER ina Teryp.eaBUitaoa clCKraioj'y Ic yld Jfeu; a mrjc For rart B. A. li" -capita! eolicKci rlflf, HcralJoace THE ntsr LCJIBES TTEXAS USE OF JL Tie A3 TJl.LlC.c.wuiaBTw.S'S tact TJrrr. -si 1 1 nail STATE? AST> BKAZ1I. 1I, STE.UKSOTT JtL, atom rrro, Snr T o Tbe CemmvaSvr, v FrrJrtt iaera Tor In- Ttim- w TK T A -o THE _ frf the HjcjnrJBfJJwrn of ioBwa y jTfvrcJ --hflr ATE tbirty fljirn from mtitl ibt trn "f jtrrirgiciioa ifalo S miTc 3JC-1; jOrpt 5y JTCTCO iljctr c'-atar-. a-rr roqirlrcfl, sisty -tiflyjj irrai pf tna Df ahrfr fl welaitas. Jtnfl the r ftfljitn W 3f -B? tfeo liicir P of Mwrh, 15TI, i ibis T crscJtprs C. a. VAL.'UW Artr- H. J'fllCHASD, IN EVW SPA PERI   

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