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   New York Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1871, New York, New York                               WHOLE NO. I'KK. SUVi.SfJ'.SERS. and ciltttniiB. ASrilOLiU'll -NINTH column. ttlJUUAIII'if I Til IIUAICU AND LOOi.INO WANTfcli. w.c'j.w UOAHIH'.KS J'AflJN-J Iflh C'dtinm. JJKO.HUA'N I'AI.K FHUl culllinu. lIUUUKLYil HiiAk KKTATli KOlt TU H'''OI1'1 COUUIJll. OJ'i'Oll'l'UNl i I'Aisr-Shtli column. HI'.Ali I'SI'.MK JOK riAi.il- ru-HI.I 111 i't M-wn-i c tiimniH, .is AM' KAUiiMIUN-Buivr.Mii third COAUII.MI'.B -'..SIJ OAH1IE.VEKS-ELKV1...NTII I'ACE-TU.rJ CO Itttltl. COAL AMII WOOU-J-'INlll I'AiiE-Thin] column. COAhTV. BTKA.MSJllrS-l'titST tli and col'min. COKI'OKATION Sri'ONli .CConil, thirl, fourth, filth ami sixth o -Pirnim. COUNTRY G'l'Minn. J'A'it: Fiftii yoltima. jjwjtiiiKo' Hursts'Tii uiT.'VuB's'fsiiiED AND UN- and tutu Bmoi'liAls 'sriJAMSHll'S- Fnsi I'ABB-Fifth column. column. l-'HsANUJAL -Fnuyr column. col'i-t-n. i'.OOJlB AND AJ-AKTMilM'S TO ni.r.VKM-n colusnn. inh JT.1SNCU BEJui' and HEjji' column. OAttKJAGEP, and column. RoOMi, Blslii column. i-.i'ump. jKasiz? CUT. auU'jKBN, A.VD EKK BUS KiSAl. KilATE i Oil IiUCTliiili cuinmn. TjKCAL NOTICKS-NIKTU column. LOAM cjlimm. LOST AND <.omtun. column. JULLJNF.RY AN'D cot. inn. Siltli Culiimn, -.Ssuoxi) P coUtmu. Ui coiuruu. I'A'IS-Suih colamn. KtKsr col-nr.n. PACK -Fif'-lic U'EKTv' OF T11K CIi'V I'Oll OR TO u ihiru, foiirtb i.ud in Lh co umns. B.EAJ. ESTAJK I'O NEW YOKK, SATUKDAY, MAKCH 25, JS71.-TKIPLE SHEET. PHICE FOUR CENTS. ESTATE Fil'th col- O'OS SOTtCEP-Fresr coinran. I.ISTII -Tliircl ejuimii. column. BALKF AT and t'jh'C cnlnnin-s. SltVAThi.ii! FI-FI SIM i'j'Wfiii coiiunrip. Sc'Ond column. SPE12AL second ool- SaB SI.T-.VE- Til PAGE -FoK-th colnran. TO iET rOF, iUJSI sESS FolfUl f''l CoUilmS. 'EK--1 I'.-.nn-Slilh qnlomn. JSiiELJ jtOvMS AND TO l'A.-.r- TO FAiE-Firui coi- BO ATS, St-FlusT 1'AoB-Foarth ALL YOUKFRlLNDbTOPEOCUP.EIS- fornialioa tlie Uuropcim eicttrsioij Bowlmi an; now SHrlJin Jttid IvOOilQ, ilhfjt-t from "1 litat qiuilnv on.v, which will up !n their usual No. !t Intnii L-hriiy, corner "I I AVK YOU OK SPKINO flTVI.K .11 ul Stlk Untu? U not. liny arc snp-l'nr trj liitl'rii. Kimrtii avenue, uctwjcn fwcuty-I'ftli yn-1 Twen- KENTUCKV. ICENfUCKY. KENTUCKY. I'rlvme ofilcc. JV5 room n. CAill'ENTKll .t ISOOTU. A-ects. HAVANA L01TKBY OF Oa m me without as :o ficsyon About some iniponxnt milter. K (i. i'OINT OAK, THIRD ATEWUE AND rhirrr-f'mrtii street- li and 12 o'clock, Friday i collar; oppoawCTrnera to li l-exioyt same to-daj (Sdti 'f wo fistri double H.irneFE. city made. Three sizzle UP.) ness. order, Ooft Jiali Road by IXJOK Sl'sbr. line tix mfcer !-JD stnd no lop city made Wagons. Bridies. Re- fills Jane bay Horse. 18 8 j-esrs oid, WST- rsiiiied kiud ani true m all harness: good driver, great Coach A-sO other Fn'I aiiaJe. EuJt-B never on account of weather. A. i has nc-w In BREV.'STES, OF TWSNTV-FIFTtl STREET, near Tbfr-'i arenas, PARK hHAKTON, near1.? new, and set DOUBL KH53 In order, Tlig above NOW ON TTCHIPITIO5 and wilt be told at 12 O'cock TL'I SDA7. M First currecey EeMrn I T 697 BROADWAY, CORSEROF FOURTH i Steerage tickets from LfTerpooI Ou LI >erai i JrancTS oa Dian-'in-is, Jewelry, Slt-cs, of Knrope at lot-rest IL-irbbawla, JL.aces and Person. I Property .._ and" ail rp a ot-rest Through bills of 'or Belfast. Harra, i Antwerp and other ports on tlie Continent and for Metiiterra- 1 nean FOP. SEW ORLEANS DIKECT, Soathera The -steamship V1CTOE, Csptaia G. Gates; will leave pier 21 liswt rirer, Saitiriay, March 25. Frelrjit for St. Louis. Mobile and Gatrcston Uben. r or freight or having superior apply to C. H. MALLOP-7 A CO., lane. The steamer KAi'IDAIf will follow frmn pier 35 North rlrcr FOX A CO. FOR RONDOUT AND HIE STEAMBOAT HIP TAN WINKLE, every Tues-lsy, Tburs'lir and Saturiiay, from fout of Uarrrsoa street, NortU river, 4 f. M. REGULAR EVENING L.INE EOR ALBANY ASI> i Troy 6 o'clock tare, 5Cc. berths, Site. atate rooms, SL Swamers leave daiiy (Satarduvs exceoteili from pier 44 Nortb river, Spring atrcst. These eplecdid steamers connect at A.hanv ana Troy ali raliroala for tbs Wesi and North. Through l.cteta Issued und linailoa. cbectedto des- BOAT FOR NEWARK. Q On and .ifter Sunday, March 20, the steamnoat THOS. P. WAT will make her r'e-ular trips.. Lftave foot Centre street, Newark. 8 A. M. and.2 P. 3f. Leare foot BorcUty street, YorK, A. M. aad P, M- Stopping at .Bergeu Point oach vray, APOLLO HAT.L, BROADWAY AXD H. P. F-iiriieEd wilt speafc, br inspiration, tit-fore ;be Society of Spiritualists, 02 Sundav, at and o'clock. BIBLE QUESTION.-OSCAS HUGO PREACHES TO- morrovr in South Brooklyn. Elgbtaentli street Methodist Eplscof ai cniirch. ID the eveniag m Jersey City corner of Ile-der3ou an-l Tort streets, STREET PEESBSTEEUM 5_L trasce 17 Greece street. to-morroTT at 1QM and lecture. 01 a Joarceytcthe of 3lj Admission free. Collection after CHURCH OF THE HOLY LIOHT, SEVENTH AVENT ncarThirtT-fourtli Diiriiis- service a.nd P, >I. Ker. Dr. J 'preach. HA.KT, 110. 112 and 114 Hast ISth street, avenue. FOR OF THE FINEST COUPS EOftSES i In the tf years old, IS hancta insh. bay, j A T L. BERNARD'S, -403 SIXTH AVEXCS. BETWEEN and ad- IODS tail: sound an J kind, single Ap- j Eiadcon Diamonns, Watchss, Jeweirj ucd all kintls _ plv'aJ itaiJle 2To. Inn PRH: Thirty h th street, of goods. TGS sanis Lougn; at their lull value tpieieaRSCJ-.men'.of j and TbJrd arenncs. STAR LISE. YORK. CORK AKD LIVERPOOL STEAMSHIPS, THE six LARGEST is XUE WORLD, C. ARCTIC, PACIFIC, ATLANTIC BALTIC, "CTTASGELICAL LCTEERAK cnusca OF TEH HOLY JUU Trinity, Twenty-first street, between Fifth anu Sisth atenuea. Rer4 G. F. D. Services Sun- day, inst., at 1PM A. >f. 'Sermon on the "Fourth Com- at 7J.J P.'il. SiracgerB welcosce. TKFORMATIOK WANTED. JL John Moore, late of Sitn Joaquin county. A, iKS. ahoui ie.ix'Jnj: n to ihe sr-Jise hy.-.--: He wag of Vorfe c'ty, ws si: 3d, lv" visit ill) o Aii orphan is RKpposed to have gone to one of in cLiiihood. Any iniormaiioa ths-t will J to her whereabouts be thauknii'y by eslM- o: John Moore, St'_-clton. CaL 745 ASY AStOCXT LOANED ON" 'ja.tjic'. tne iniprorpra-jrit wnsisting or an t'se 10 b-3 fmened IF R. W. K. WJU1E TO B. J. K., ALL WILL BE I iRmovis-RBT uoriion o: :t. ;h-j front fai.lng afi'coa- j i 3 in as rc-ich to tlie ap- 1 F W2LLIA3I :-iOBLK HALL, OF WILL CALL 1 a friend of his J0> es. KS tQibc convenience. The dciQi-j'an-iau, of me coupe and JaD-J2.ii. -TAXES OP- WJFH xrho jjri'i] a; 5H) Scr'iiui htrrst, V." :n Juni; -VT, wij! at HOU.-.C. Ercokiyn. BBEITST2R CO- OFFER AT THEIil wareroyms, i'i.'ib aTunae. corner Fourteenth street. iisroramt. of Ons fnnr tceirowa make, h.te L. OR S- KOWLBV 1-Vif L TLEASE CVLL AT >IY" VY. C- E-' TiloRSTON, Co firoo'iiTn. CAME TOO UAT5. M SUNDAY. CAME TO'J LAT5. MUST BE AT SAKE J- C- Oce tnm-nit scat, top Phaeton. aJso their own ID esce'Icn: coadiil-js. AT SATUEPAV MARCH 25, AT ii SHAW. SUNDJ AT SI.vTK AVBKUE, rAKttiAtifctf. HA 3i  "_____ ASi> Drafts ii apwar-J. For o; rlaas auuija-. OFFICES, wijl preach ai Al M, rAS'5 SPIRITUAL RBV. HHAUKCElT nues. Seats free- The pttbila Ingworshlo 11 C lij invited! 3Tcm- r CHO'SCII _OF BISHOP VTAISWIJIGHT, Oo win COMMUNION BAPTIST tfHuRCH, 5SVES'- near Sixth Sen-ices morning and E. ing a anrf o'c'ocJc. by the Rer. kx cnrKca OF SSJL AXD LAND. COB- JI nerof Market n.n'1 Henry br ttc lir. Iiopucr at snd'eren- lag at Eeiiaeii are esnacially Ssats all :'r- II- VON OJAS, c'iraer Cllcton .isd H-fon Jtrs.-v lights, J. FORSALF-A Kreft.. In jrto-I P. Can e pwn a: Cailf.jrsia fcUbies, slrcrt. _____, of J JT'.nr of ifQ dated. Deceicber 9, 1S69, Kos. _ CO., 0. B. KiCHAKOS BOAS. -icnw. Bro.-id street, X- T. o Barclay S. scveatli street. Sunday Ssrcra.! ir-tercstiR fnira li.e Misaiou. present iiad some of tnelr GfiTH ATUSL'K CAR. CARRIAGE FROM ,_ ,......................a ,..........._, I your I l WJIS'HIS, 2 tjper: 1 Top Oupot M. Vv.. oiitcc. I Siiicli and V KOKSE. TF.fCK AKO .irith fcal. S Years 'jlrf; sell. One of Dialed Onofcer I8--T', Ko, 6 J.hi; sbora notps has been stopped aiths OTKAM TO OUEEV5TOVTN ASD CAIW 'OlGirr RET. SIS3OF POTTEE FREAOK AND I k? rjisKtae UniKiStal'iStnairs. J JA :n the ST. BSJ-- n e'aO'l, a reward will be the iin e reJ'irn of whole or tinv pan th'ereof. I k? rjisKtae Stal'iS mails. j _1A :n the ST. BSJ-- Ln r Sailing We-icfeSiiav. j Lesincton avsKBC. corner o; tireM. on NEVADA. -S. at II A. M. o'clock- Or- COLORADO, Fr 5. 1'- M. i Tector. wi'J prescU iu iiie morning, at Slnu rlrcr. J xsti ryrcislitd with i REV. J- Jsctsire 02 OST-COMMLTATIOX TICitET FOR JL( oa -abore stosk is all In c-r-icr. ?n'l wl I l Boi'i i'le b least Jirnlu EEV. PK- PRKAffJ PLYMOUTH B-.pI-st ?Jfir.5r-t Mrcrt. Nialhan-i i M.IJVJI At 2 I'. Si., from Hremen foot oX" "JhlrfMrctjt, Kohakfln.tnbefoiiflweihv Sttaiiy. at A, M. an RET. j. M. PKEACS AT THB tffith Thwij-Sftb F. A Std> re-ant corner MwcbM" -TIw BMV! CliarcU of I'llb'.ic inr P MAI Li: iu i-% i.'ornji, pin] raiaa. VR T r-TVTKS >I.ML TO ItAV.nyA. 4. 53, .-.I 51 jl'l if, ill 541. .a. J.- V'.. RATIOS. H JfS 
                            

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