WHOLE NO. 11,789. NEW YORK, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1868-TR[PLE SHEET. ~ PRICE FIVE CENTS,
i .ny FROM EL'FAULA, ALA., WISHES TO FIND
Mr. Michael Marburg. Address J. II., Herald oflice.
BEAUTIFUL OIRL infant for ADOPTION
a - UIBLO'8.?IF THE PARTY WHO TOOK THE
J\. brown overcoat, velvet collar, from the right band aid*
Bret tier at Niblo'e, on Friday evening last, will return same
to W. F. L., 47 West Eleventh street, be will be paid for but
trouble aud no questions asked.
ABY-WHY Ot> YOU KEEP AWAY? WOULD YOU
forget your old friend? B.
CLERGYMAN?LETTERS AT HERALD OFFIOB FOR
you. M. M.
EAR A. R.?"BELLE HELENS," SUN DAY.?"THAT
boi from Genoa" has arrived; nothing In It.
TEA TABLE TALK.
ANIEL R. LYDDY WANTS M TO COME TO THE
Cooper Institute on next Thursday evening, Dsc. 3, to
his lecture ou the "Irish In America."
LOY.-CALL AT 167 BLEECKER.
Genteel gentleman-always oenteel-meet
me, with bag, at Lyxyann's. HORNED LADY.
INFORMATION WANTED-OF MRS. NANCY DALE,
sister of the late Captain Robert H. Pearson, of Califor
nia. Address C. J. liespard, Executor, 33 Wall street.
1 NFORMATION WANTED?OF WILLIAM B. WALSH,
1 Jr., who left bis boarding house, 6119 Third avenue, on
Thanksgiving Day ; let feet In height, tight complexion, and
ha* a long, slim face. A suitable reward will be paid to any
person giving Information respecting him at northeast corner
of Forty-second street and Sixth avenue.
IF THE PARTY WHO SENT AN ANONYMOUS NOTE
to a Maiden lane hotiee will call and have an Interview,
and, should his statement prove correct, he will be hand
JENNY B.?YOUR SISTER ADELE IS ANXIOUS TO
see you. Communicate through the Union (quart Post
ofllce, and state where an interview may be had.
Margaret oertrudk Roberts is requested
to meet last Sunday night Fourteenth street friend same
place this evening, 7 o'clock.
T> ?"THE ONLY DAUOHTER OF J. McO.," WILL
IV. please address her youngest son, In bis full name, at the
SHERMAN -I HAVE BEEN VERY SICK FOR A LONG
time. Write to me.
The person who wrote me a letter in pen
cil In requested to address box 3,572 Post oillce and spe
cify time and place for Interview; will be dealt wltb confi
dentially and not called as a witness. C. T. T.
The lady that had the watch and chain
stolen from ber at 1U8 West Twenty-second street please
Mate, through personals, where she can be found ?
WILL THE GENTLEMAN WHO SENT THE SOUTH
ern paper to his Western friend call on Monday
Morning at ten o'clock ? Third avenue cars.
WILL MADAME DE MARS, MUSIC TEACHER, FOR
merly of Havana, please call on Hettle De Lee at the
Metropolitan Hotel 7 H. D. L.
A-OFFICE OF H. O. HAEGER,
? Storage, 300 West Thirty-fourth st, corner Eighth av.
Notice la hereby given to the following parties that their
storage account remains unpaid for over 12 months. To
satisfy said account the goods stored in their names will be
?old at public auction, at the storehouse. Friday, December
4, at 10 A. M. Further particulars hereafter.
Htnry R. Angus, about 2 loads Trunks and Baggage.
. Taylor Bros., about 90 cases Statuettes.
J. H. 11. Butler, about 2 loads Furniture.
J. Reran, Stove.
Lir. Archibald Duncan, 1 load Furniture.
J. Brower, barrels Aulmal Traps.
?? Wadawortb, about 2 loads Furniture.
' M. E. Yates. Trunks and Conlenta.
A?- Stewart, about 4 loads naw Furniture.
. A? Bishop, 20 bundles new Bedalng, of feather*,
?e? Merrill, 2 Cases and Coutants.
? f? Maber, lot new Chairs.
s? <? 9 black walnut Bookcases.
Also lot Miscellaneous Goods, owner not known.
rA Reform._thb female hurt enlarged.
Jv beautified, or restored by healthful and ictentihc method*.
Madame JUMEL'S Mammarl&l Halm and Deve!opers;lm
^ttxtre physiologically. Depot 907 Broadwaj. Bold svsry
A?A.?THE GREAT OPPORTUNITY.-ADJOURNED
. salo by JOHNSON A MILLER, at 19 o'clock, Tuesday,
December 1, at Exchange Balesroom, 111 Broadway, of the
balance of the 1,096 Prospect Park Lots. The balance must
be sold regardless of price.
A ?A?IN A BUILDING WITHOUT A ROOF.?EX
Lf\.> Change Salesroom, 111 Broadway, the balance of the
1,1.95 Prospect Park Lots must be sold at meridian, Tuesday
December 1. Look out for the greatest bargains of the year.
J\. The great sale of the balance of the 1,095 Prospect Park
Lots, near the grand easterly entrance, on account of the re
dent Ore in Trinity Building has been adjourned until Tbes,
?? y- Dec. 1, at 19 o'clock, at Exchange salesroom, 111 Broad
way, wbtn the balance of tbe lota will be sold regardless of
price. JOHNSON A MILLER, Auctioneers. -
jP A ?FIRE AND WATER COMPELLED JOHNSON
A Miller to adjourn their great aale of 1,098
Prospect Park I<ots until Tuesday, December 1, at Exchange
Salesroom, 111 Broadway.
' A A -"HOME AOAIN."?NOTWITHSTANDING THE
recent fire In Exchange Salesroom JOHNSON A
MILLER expect to offer from their stand, on Tuesday, De
oember I. tlx* balance of the 1,096 Prospect Pack Lots.
A -GREAT AMERICAN TOT BAZAAR, 797 BROAD
? way, New York Hotel.?The celebrated Ooodwln Walk
,lng Boys and Girls a specialty ; all the newest Toys In insr
kst. . JA8. WATKR8TON, Agent.
All widows, heirs and soldiers op the re
volutlon, War of 1813 and all other wars previous to
itn. now In receipt of pensions, are, by recent act of Con
B entitled to have the same Increased. Full Information
free by callings on or addrssslng F. B. SWIFT, 934
way ; box 9,986 Post olUce. ___
AMANUF.NRIS.-A SHORT HAND WRITER WILL ACT
as Amanuensis to authors, lawyers, editors, Ac.; also
reporting done at less than usual rates. Address Stenogra
pher, Herald office.
A ?TWO POUNDS BUTTER FROM ONE QUART OF
milk by using Star Butter Powder; $1 a box ; makes
forty pounds of butler. Call and see It done. 80 Vesey street
"A -CROSBY'S SPECIAL ME88AGE POST, NO. 29 WIL
A? Mam street. In the basement. New Vork. Messengers
always readv to go to all parts of tbe country ; messages, cir
culars. csrJs, wedding invdtatlon cards, Ac., delivered and
bills collected. M. B. CROSBY.
A TTENTION.?STORAGE WITHOUT CHARGE, POR
J\. Furniture, Pianos, Ac.; money advanced on same. Es
tablished lit) years. S. II. LKvY,
No. 7 Park place, between Church street and Broadway.
Attention is invited to the advertisement
of tbe American Conservatory of Music, 64 Union
place, next Clarendon Hotel, In tbe musical column of to-day's
C1AR WHEELS.?WE WOULD BE PLEASED TO HAVE
J railroad companies and all others Interested raft and
examine Aycr's Patent Car Wheels, one set (8) of which are
aow on exhibition at our wsrrrooms.
NEW YORK STEAM ENGINE COMPANY,
126 and 198 Chambers street. New York.
Kane lodge, no. 464, f. and a. m.-hrf.tiiren
You ar* hereby summoned to attend a special com
munication of Katie Lodge, to be held at the lodge rooms,
te, 946 and 918 Hroadwav, on Tuesday. December 1, A. L.
, at 4 o'clock P. M. Work Conferring the M. M. degree.
By order of the M. JOSEPH MEEK?, Secretary.
PECK'S PATENT BUTTER COLORING-COMPOUND
for renotsting OM Butter; Prepared Salt, highly pre
aervatlve; Implements for working without breaking the
grain ; the wonderful butter powder and milk process fairly
demonstrated. Rights sod Recipe* for sals. No. 8 State
?Ireet, New York.
The celebrated imitation gold
$15 HI NTINO WATCHES. *30
T1IE COLLINS O KOI UK WATCH FACTORY.
CASES OF THE COLLINS METAL
tide Watches baring been recently Iml
ones sold represented as our watches,
we hereby caution the public against them and give notice
that we sre In no wnv responsible for these bogus conemi and
only those purchasing direct I v'fron us can secure a genuine
watch of our nianutacture. We have recently greatly lm
Croved our oroide In appearance and durability, and. to pro
ict the public from Impositions hereafter, have named It
the "Collins Metal," and we give notice that any one making
use of this name will be prosecuted to the extent of the law.
This metal has all the brilliancy and durabl Ity of gold and
cannot be distinguished from It bv the best judges, retains
"? color till worn out, and is equal to gold excepting In In
trinsic value. All our Gentlemen's Watches are full Jewelled
Cstent levers; Gv-se for ladles an Improved escapsmeul, be'
?r than a b-v-r for a small watch, all In hunting cos-a an I
Tiilly guarantee I l,y sp.-rlal certificate. The $16 watches sre
equal In neatness, style of finish and general appearance and
for lime to a gold one coating $160. "hose ol $3o sre of ex
*r" fully equal to a gold watch costing
Sl 7. 1!; , er'rT stvle. from $3 to $0. Also Jewellry or
She Collins metal In every siile. '
bs paid* or^in'delivery." ?' ,he VaMt BU,M b? 10
M?w'E" *M"n 0pP?"1' ,h* Po?*
C. E. COLLINS A CO.
mHE ANNIVERSARY OF THE POLISH RRVOLUTtON,
1 1380-31, Monday, November 80, altsi
Bowery, at 8 o clock P. M. The friends are earnestly In
Our superior Oroide Watches
luted, sod worthless ones sold rs
VERY FINE FRENCH MIXED CANDIES AT 81C PER
pound; Chocolate and Vanilla Caramels, made three
and four lime* a day, also at 80--. per pound; Yernaa, Nniitai*
and Nougat* de Marseilles, Ac., can be had at L. KBERT'S
?0 East Eighteenth street, two door* west of Broadway.
WANTED AGENTS FOR THE CONNECTICt T Mu
tual Benefit Company. Apply at branch office, 4M)
Broadway, oorner Broome street. New York.
2. RKLIUIOUS NOTICES!.
AT sixth ONITBMALIBT CHURCH OP OUR SAVIOUR
Thirty fifth street, near Silth avenue. Rev J. M. Poll.
?*n, pssi.,r.- Morning 1 )g; evening 7H; the fotulh of a
course of lecture* on "o'.d Beliefs In New America."
|JEV. DR. ANDERSON, OK OXFORD, LATE OF Till
Jlt< Dublin University. will l?clUP6 In Ht. M?rjr'? rhnrcli
?nd .. . ..
for tbe poor.
CrlRITUALIKM.-I.Kt TURK AND TEST CIRCLE 7X,
EJ evening, Pub lo circle 3. sflernooon.
?T J- B CONKLIN, Test Medium, 8>9 Broadway.
rrill CHI R' H ? K Till HtiLV light, hroadwav
1. , . 1 hlr'y ?TTsntli street.- Rev. Dr. Forbes will preach
at loja A. M. and the rector at 7 It P. M
V Dublin University, will lecture In St. Mary's church
rookie n, K. D., December 10, 1ND, at 6 o'c'ock P. M. Sub
Popular Objection* Against the Catholic Church
id Why I Rcosine a Catholic. Tickets 60 cents. 1'rocesdl
T>OOL8, POOLS, POOLS?WILL BE SOLO ON THB
J. vote between R. O'Gorman an.l A. Oakley Hall and oth
ers In the com.ug election at tlir Astor House, r imraeneing
Monday, November 80, al 1 o'clock P. M , and Rlley'e Res
taurant, Tweulyelgbth ttreet and Broadway, at 8 o'clock
P. it. T. b; J0HN60N.
SPORTING?DOGS, BIRDS, dfcC.
All kinds of fancy dogb am> mum for
?ale.?Medicines for all dissases. Prepared Food fur
mockingbird,, at B. DOVEY'8, Noe. 8 and 5 Ursen* street,
corner of Canal.
N. B.?LaJiee attended to by Mrs. Dovey.
All breeds choice docs and medicines.?
FRANCIS BUTLER, No. 8 Peck slip. BoUer'e Infal
lible Mange Cure and Flea Exterminator, 76c. Butler'e new
work, ?8. Extra etock Dogs, Ferreti.
HORSES, CARRIAGES, ?cC.
At our horse auction mart, a duanb
street, Tttetday, 1st, at 12 M., being our regular tale day.
Our tale will embrace tome of the tineit etock for trotting
and road pumoeet tbat bare been offered thlt eeaton; alto a
line of Family and Work Horeee. In part
Three Horace, belonging to the eetate of the late Oeorge
Fitch, lucludlngtbe celebrated trotting team Lady Jane and
Black Crook. They are crossed matched, gray and black,
16J4 high, 7 year* old; hare trotted together In 2:44Jt, and
Lady Jane has trotted In X :56; are warranted eound and kind,
and will be eold separate.
Alio superior fine and fast bay Patchen trotting Horee, 16
high. 6 years old, by O. M. Patchen ; one of the most promis
ing and finest young horeee ever ottered; haa never been
trained on track and can show 9:50 Mbw, and warranted
sound and kind and Is very stylish and fine.
These horses wtU positively be sold without reservation.
Full particulars, pedigrees, Ac., In Tuesday's Herald and at
Also two shifting leather top Buggies, city made; sold with
out reservation, to close account; warranted ; several Rocka
ways; also a line of very fine city made Harnees, tingle and
double; ulso Sleighs, Robes, Blankets, Ac.
JOHN L. VANDEWATRR, Auctioneer, No. 14 Dunne et
AT JOHNSTON A VAN TAKSELL'8
HORSE AUCTION MART,
111 East Thirteenth street, near Fourth avenue. _
RKOULAR SALES EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY.
Gentlemen having private establishments wnlch they wish
to dispose of, or those wishing to purchase anything tn the
horse line, will find It lo their advantage to give us e call.
Our dealing* are almost exclusively with merchants and
business men, and our establishment !? conducted on the
same straightforward principles which govern honorable peo
ple In other branches of trade.
Good stabling for horses at private sale.
We give the purchaser of every horee tbat la warranted
sound twenty-four hours Tor trial.
Our down town oMce Is at 39 Naesau street, opposite the
Poet office, where a register Is kept of Horses, Carriages, Ac.,
at private and nubile tale*. Liberal advances mad* on every
thing In the horse Hue.
At private sale.
Two very line Portland Cutter Sleighs, tv '>
Four top and no top poDy Phaetons,
Four very fine shifting top Wagons,
One very fine basket Phaeton,
with rumble scat,
trimmed with Morocco,
40 Cutter Sleighs, from $3! to ?40,
20 two seat Cutter Sleighs at ?40,
Blankets, Robes, Sleigh Bella,
Ac., Ac., Ac.
Call on ue before purchasing elsewhere.
JOHNSTON A VAN TA6SELL,
111 East Thirteenth street,
near Fourth avenue.
A FINE TEAM OF IROADRTERS. 16* HANDS, BAV,
long tails, evenly matched, half brothers, 7 years old;can
do three minutes easily; perfectly sound and kind, double
and single or saddle; can be driven by a lady wltb one band,
and afraid of nothing. Sold for want of use. Address Fam
ily Roadsters, Herald office. *
AT THB GREAT JONES STREET AUCTION
Mart, 47 Orsat Jones street, on Wednesday. December 9,
al 11 o'clock prompt.?By JAB. JENKINS, Auctioneer. One
of the finest sales of the season. Embracing road, work and
raraily Horses; Carriages of all dsscrtptlons, Sleighs, Bells,
Robes. Hsmets, Blankets, Ac. For particulars see Wednes
. " Sleighs,
The finest and most complete assortment of PORTLAND
made TROTTING, SINGLE and DOUBLE SLEIGHS, bv the
most CELEBRATED MAKERS, ever offered In New York,
may be found at low prices at WOOD HROTHER8' No. 59c
BROADWAY. Also SOLE AGENTS for the CELEBRATED
ALBANY SLEIGHS and CUTTKR8, made by JAMES
GOULD A CO.
Light Coupes for one hortc;
Light Landaulets, for on* horst;
Four-seal Uoupe Rock away*.
A Coupe, by Hinder, of Part*;
Light Rookswayx and
Fine top and no top Buggies,
anperlor In atyle and anallty and fully
At New York Repository, id Ea
aal Eighteenth street.
A SECOND HAND BAROUCHE?SIX SKAT PHAETON,
all aeat Rock away, \ Unrii. Coupe Rnckawav. top ana
no top Buggies: also large assortment new Carriages ana
Harness very cheap. TAYLOR'S, 56 Cedar street.
A -SLEIGHS, SLEIGHS, BELLS, BKLL8, ROBES,
. Robes. Blankets, single and double Harnefs; also Car
riages of ell descriptions, new and second band, cheaper
than at any place In New York.
VAN ORDKN A DVFF'9, 223 Mercer atreek.
A SECOND HAND THREE-QUARTER CLARENCE,
on C springe, trlmmd with crimson satin, nearly as
good aa new ; will be sold very low.
BREWSTER A BALDWIN, corner Tenth st. and Broadway.
A. C SPRING CIRCULAR GLASS COUPE, DROP
, teat, by Parker; 100 second hand; 600 new Carriages,
Harnett; 3b per cant'less then Broadway stores.
HAM'S, Fourth street and Broadway.
A PAIR BLACK HORSES, BLACK HAWK AND MOR
gan stock ; time 6Si; height 16 hands; the property of a
gentleman. Apply at No. 6 West Thirteenth atreet, on Mon
day, between >A. M. and 12 M.
A FEW GOOD HORSES WILL RE TAKEN FOR THE
winter in private stable at t'lalnfield, N. J.; terms mod
erate. Apply to JOHN W. JOHNSON, 60 John street, up
A PRIVATE STABLE ON THIRTY-SIXTH STREET,
near Lexington avenue, for sale.
M. A. J. LVNCH, 31 Nassau street.
A HANDSOME BAT HORSE, 1S\ HANDS. SIX YEARS
old, warranted sound agd kind, for sale cheap ; also a
roups and square box Wagon. Inquire at Goodwin's stables,
comer Thirty-seventh street and Seventh avenue.
A -GRANT, BONNER, DEXTER.- GO TO GRAY'S
? Empire City Carriage and Sleigh Repository If you
want to buy Sleighs, Carriages, Harness. Robes, Blankets,
Bcllf, Mats. Ac. The cheapest and largest assortment In the
city. 24,26, 27 and 23 Wouster street.
/ 1ARRIAOES?SMI. AND 800 SLEIGHS, NEW AND SEC
V/ ond hand, selling off 20 per cent less than IQ-w York
prices, at the Kings County Carriage Factory, office 10 Nevlns
For sale-a pair of handsome bat coAcn
Horses, souud and kind In every respect and make an
excellent tandem team. Can be seen at 146 West Eighteenth
street before 10 A. M. Price $1,600.
For sale-a fine large horse, top waoon
and Harness, suitable for grocery or express. Apply to
B. V. MOISE, 231 West Thirty-sixth street.
FOR BALE-A GENTLEMAN'S TURNOUT; THE
Horse a 6 year old bay Hambletoman, 16J* hand* high, out
of a Star mare, three white feet and long talll a very pleasant
driver and warranted sound: with light top Wagon, new and
made by Stivers; with new Harness by city maker, trimmed
with princes mstal; also a Portland Cutter, made by Dubois,
with Bells, blankets, stable Blankets, Whip, Ac., eery cheap;
also a light bay Horse, 6 years old, 16 or 15bands bfgh, suit
able for a doctor or any kind of business ; can trot in about
three minutes and very kind; cheap. Inquire st Metropoli
tan Market, 864 Broadway.
T.10R SALE-A SPLENDID FULL BLOODED MORGAN
1} Marc. 14 hands high, well broken to saddle and harness ;
ran trot In 3 minutes to wagon ; Is very handsome, sound,
kind and gentle. Can be seen at R. H. Lluby's stable, 67 Irv
ing place, between Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets, New
For sale-a splendid toung bay horse, six
years old, 15tj bands high ; warranted sound aud kind ;
has a long tall and mane and Is bred from a Star mare an.l
ran trot In 2 VI any line day; must be soM, aa the owner has
no use for him. Can be reen at James Sbeulen's stables, 117
Hudsou avenue, near Rands street, Brooklyn.
JTdOR SALE THREE GOOD HORSES AND THREE
' Coal Carls and Harness; all In good order. Apply at 408
West Eighteenth street until sold.
For sale-two toung horses, sound and
kind ; would suit either ear** or trucks; must he sold, as
the own' r Ras no farther use for them. Inquire at 447 Cherry
eirsst until sold
T7IOR SALE?ONE OP THE FINEST SADDLR MARES IN
I; the country ; thoroughbred pedigree, warranted, 6 year*
old next spring," 16'? hands high, bright bay, jery stylish and
perfectly sound ; to any one wanting a superior saddle horse
this Is a chance rarely offered. To l>e seen at White's stable,
26 West Forty fourth Street.
IltOR SALE-A LARGE SIZE BAT HORSE. 16 OR 17
' hands high, 7 yenrs old, high spirited, sound and kind In
all harness; sold for want of use; Adams Kinresa. Taks
notice, 8226 Is the lowest cent. Can bo seen at 348 West For
ty second street, In rear, for two days.
Jtl PAUL A PI?IG?X/?S' ?a.a.u.<t(.
ence, made to order by Wood Brother*, in perfect order,
r,? gew. To be iocii st private stable, 58 West Forty
TrtOR SALE A SPLENDID THREE-QUARTER CLAR
r < ' '
fourth street. _____________________
ITIOR SALE A PAIR OF HAT HORSES, LONG TAILS,
' 16 hands high, pony built; s first elsss coach team, can
be (sen at lumber yard, cdroer West Twenty-ninth (treat and
Eleventh avenue. .
FVIK sale FIVE OR SIX GOOD HORSES FROM VKR
1 rnont. they esn be ridden or driven by s lady; also a good
Milch Cow. Apply at lbs stable corner of Fourth srenue aud
Seventy second street.
VOR SALE AN ELEGANT TEAM OF SORREL
Jc Horses, with Truck, Harness, Blankets, Ac.: will b*
sold separate or together. Apply atfeiS Weet Twenty-ninth at.
OR SALE TWO LIGHT COUPES, CITY STYLE.
_. wltn circular fronts, a little shop worn: will be sold
very low. TOM L1NKON I) EM A REST CO., 630 Broadway.
tflOK MALE?60 NEW STYLES OF SHIFTING SEAT
I Sleigh* fur two or four person*; cost half the price of
I DM LINRON DEM A REST CO., 620 Broadway.
FV)R SALE-A NUMBER OF Bt SINBS9 WAGONS,
such ss Grocery, Makers'. Butchers' Plumbers', Mi.k and
E sprees, light or heavy, ronatantly on hand or made to order
on short notice, also some secondhand In good order. In
quire at the corner or Uuffield and Johns <>n streets ami Ih*
corner of Navy and Johnson streets, Brooklyn.
IPOR BAt.E~.TMB TROTTING MARE NANCY FAT, Ifi'g
Jl hands high, nine years old, all sound; color dark brown;
has trotted a third bent In 2:dlH wilhoiit training. Apply
at 78 aud K) Bank street, A II t N AKD.
HOK8K8, C AUIIIAUF.H, StV.
GOVERNMENT GOODS?MILITARY CLOTHING, BLAN
keu, Horse Covers, Harness, 8aaJ.es, Teula, Wagou
Covers, .vc. Send lor circular.
I'lTKIN k CO., No. 5 Park place.
JIVKRY STABLE.?THE LEASE OK NINE YEARS,
J Willi or without Stock, solit cheap (luring Monday. Ap
ply on premises, Mri and 148 East Korty-bm street.
rPIIIRTEKN STALLS TO LET-IN NEW FRAME 8TA
1 ble, at No. 7 Laurens street. Apply to NICHOLAS SERF,
10 Thompson street.
ST. LOUIS DEALER HAS EIGHT FINE, YOUNC1,
soumi Horses left -two matched pairs, ca'< heat 2:46 to
pole; one nice coach team; nice bay and chestnut, single
horses and splendid saddleis; will bo. closed out at auction
on Thursday, Dec. 3, alfWm. Sauuders' stable, 160 East Twen
ty-fourth street. Can be seen and tried any day previous.
I want a handsome 16-band Stallion to take West. Come and
see me at the abve stable. I am worth looking after.
Sleighs, sleighs, sleighs.
We are offering a large stock of Sleighs, from all the
best makers, at low prices. We havo a new style of ad
justable seat Sleigh for two or four persons; something new;
very light and handsome, and very cheap.
TOMLINSON DEMAREST CO., 620 Broadway.
SLE10II8.-YOU WILL KIND, AT 1,401 BROADWAY,
near Forty-first street, a large nssortinent of Sleighs,
Bells, Robes. 6,(Ml Blankets of all descriptions, top and open
Wagons, Rnrkaways, depot Wagons, Ac. Also 500 sets of
single and double Harness and everything pertaining to the
SLEIOH8.?A FINE LOT OF SLEIGHS OF ALL
styles for sale cheap; also a very light, secondhand
coupe Rockaway. Also new and second hand Carriages of
all kinds. Apply at M. CURLEY'B Carriage Manufactory,
111 and 111 East Thirteenth street.
SECOND HAND.?TWO FULL SIZED BRETT8, ONE
Coupe, one sli seat Rockaway, one extension top Vic
toria, one Trotting Wagon (160 lbs.), one top Buggy; all In
good order; all bargains.
TOMLINBON DEMAREST CO., 690 Broadway.
STABLE FIXTURES- OF IRON, VENTILATING STALL
Partitions, Hay Racks. Mangers, Box Stall fixtures and a
new pattern Crib with Hay Hack; Manger with Food Guard,
Tumbling Waterpot and Hitching arrangement combined.
JANES, KIKTLAND k CO.'S, corner Reade, Centre and Elm
WANTED-A TEAM OF BLACK OR BAY HORSES, 15V
hands, sound and kind, to trot In 8>4, age 7orb, for fI.OOd
cash; also would purchase light Phaeton and double Har
ness, little used, at fair cash price. Address Cash Customer,
Excelsior stables, Broadway, near Twenty-ninth street, stat
ing where to be seen.
WANTED TO BUY-A SECOND HAND. ONE OR TWO
seat top* Buggy Wagon, In perfect order. Address V.
II., Herald office.
WANTED-A STABLE WITH FOUR STALLS AND
carriage house, between Thirty fifth and Twenty-hfth
streets, with terms by the year. Address M. H., Herald office.
WANTED-A PHYSICIAN'S BUGGY, NOT MUCH
worn. Address, with terms. Physician, 408 Lexington
WANTED TO lURE?A STABLE"OR TaRT OF A BTA
ble, between Fortieth and Fiftieth streets and Second
and Sixth avenues. Address L. Height, No. 1 New street.
A SPECIAL PARTNER IN A WELL ESTABLISHED
house, doing a good, safe, paying business and rapidly
Increasing.?A capitalist, with from $26,b00 to $4(1,i,Oil, will
find this an excellent opportunity to invest with two active,
energetic, business men. The best of first class reference
glren. Address Special, Herald ofllce. ?
An active man, who can furnish business
references and a cash capital of $6,U0U, may secure a
safe Investment and the place of a retiring partner In a pay
ing and wull established manufacturing business by ad
dressing T., box 217 Herald office.
A LA RGB GRAIN DISTILLERY AND PROPERTY,
In Brooklyn, in complete order; very low.
M. M. SHELLEY,
No. 2 City Hall plaee, corner of Centre and Chambers sts.
Anew thing.-$mo, balance on time.-best
Household Patent In country, or will exchange for mer
chandise. HOWES k CO., No. ?J Dey street, room No. 9.
A YOUNG GENTLEMAN WOrLD WISH TO MAKE
the acquaintance of a gentleman with means and
whose desire is to engage in business. Address J. C., sta
A down town restaurant, located on a
thoroughfare and dolDg a good business, for sale low;
good reasons for selling: terms easy.
SOUTHMAYD A CO., 1*4 Broadway.
NT ONE "WITH A SM ALL'CAPITAL, HAVING ~A
taste for tb? practice of raadicine, can obtain a lucra
tive and legitimate business. For particular* addreu Patent,
boi ISO Herald office.
(CAPITAL AND A THOROUGH BCPINESS MAN?TO
J Join tbe advertiser In manufacturing the beet artioln In
existence for domestic use; sulllclently Introduced to estab
lish its utility, and, with capital, a very large and profitable
business can be done. Adoreas Hardware, Mi Liberty street,
room II, between 10 and 8.
rARTNKRSHIP.?A GENTLEMAN POSSESSING A
Valuable patent fur a household article wishes a partner
with capital to manufacture same. A sure fortune. Address
Inventor, Heraid office.
PARTNER WANTED-TO ENGAGE IN THE JOBBING
millinery business, who can furnish from <15,UO) to
<90.(100 cash capital, with a young man who has IS years' ex
perience and ror last Ave year* tbe buyer or a first class
bouse; has a good short time and cash trade; best of refer
ences given and required. Address P. U., Herald office.
PARTNER WANTED IN A VERT LUCRATIVE BUBI
ness, with a capital of <800 or $1,W?i; must understand
how to keep books. Address Henry 8. Pape, Jersey City.
PARTNER WANTED?WITH <8,000 TO <5.000, TO Ex
tend an old established business; no risk. Address,
with real name. Merchant, Herald office.
ANTED-A PARTY AS PARTNER IN A MANUFAC
lory In this cltv; a party that can take charge of the
factory psefcrred; to the right kind of a man an opportunity
to realize from <8,000 to <10.n0(i per annum la otfered; capital
reqnlred <6,(KM. Address A. B. C., box i,886.Post office.
dhl AAA -WANTED. AN ENEKOETIC BUSINESS
man of character and abllitv as partner In
publishing a monthly magazine now established ; capital re
quired, <1,000. Address J. B., Herald office.
<fcl fMMl WEEKLY PROFITS SURE-GREAT TRAV
elllng enterprise; partner wanted as cashier;
small capital required. MKRRIAM A CO., 64 Fulton St.
nan TO <8,P00.-A THIRD or half intbr
est to be disposed of for the above amount
tu the manufacture of a staple article already established,
Salcnted October, 1868. References given. Address Martin
Herbert, box 4,178 Post office.
4i'-l -PARTNER, WITH SI'CH AMOUNT, IN AN
ipil. I UI J. established money making business; security
for Investment. Address Hope, Herald office.
*7 AAA WANTED?IN A MANUFACTURING BU8I
JJ) | ,UUU nese, to take the place of a retiring partner;
a standard article, made to order, with Increasing demand.
Real estate instead of cash will answer. No agents. Address
Pastern, Herald office.
Ill AAA -WANTED, A PARTNER WITH <15,(00
to exlcud a regular established and very
profitable business on Broadway. Address H. C. P., Herald
non WANTED?TO ENGAGE IN WOOL
trade and manufacturing In Missouri; 10
per cent Interest; rsal estate seenrttv; active or silent part
ner preferred; nu opposition. Address J. C. W., box 4,114
tl<)^ HAH T(> <iso,ooo.-capitalists who
I ?? I.' r"'l f will Invest this stun In establishing* Vine
yard and Wins House can Join a practical ilnest, unusually
well Informed on the requirements of grape culture. Ac.;
references given snd icqulrsd. For an Intervlejr address
Vlgneron, Tribune office.
YAC'HTH, sri:ATIIlllATs, dkr.
rlGHT DRAUGHT (THREE FEET) STEAMER FOR
J sale - Ha* Independent engines, surface condensers; cop.
rsred; carries 800 bales; price <7,800. Also 80 foot steain
acbt; floe accommodations. Apply at pier 33 East river.
WANTED TO PI KCIIASE.
I WILL PAV CASH FOR A GOOD PATENT OF SOME
small article that will require hat little capital for iti man
ufacture. Address, with full description and price (none
others noticed), Hammond, Herald office.
IKJUOR STORE WANTED FIRST CLASS TRADE:
J must he in tiptop neighborhood; moderate rent; good
lease and cheap; no agents. Address Tobacconist, station A
WANTin A HYDRAULIC OIL PRESS AND CIIAS.
vf ers. Address, with description, Franklin Fell, New
port, Delaware. _
ANTED-A STEAM BOILER OF TEN HORSE
power. Address Andms Bros., (8 Hudson street.
WANTED TO Bi Y - A HollSK, TR< CK AND CART
v V Ing Work of one or two stores. Address G. W., Herald
WANTED TO I'l Rl'HASE ?FROM 100 POUNDS TO 50
TV ton* or old Rubber of all descriptions; Rubber Shoes,
Clippings, Gum, Ac., at DAVIS' machinery yard, 190 to 184
Hudson street, Jersey City, at the highest cash price.
a western merchant for a
Strict ConOdenee, hot 174
$40,000 wfifbe patd?y i
Flock of Merchandise. Address i
JAROPOBALS FOR <76,000 CITY CEMETERY STOCK.
Kealsd proposals will be received at the Comptroller's omc?
dbtll Tuesday, Dec. 15, 1*68, at 9 o'clock P. M., when ihe
same will be publicly opened, for the whole or any part of th*
sum of <75,000 of "Cltv Cemeterv Stock," authorized by
chaptsr 177, Laws of If*i*. and by an ordinance of th* Com
mon Council, approves by the Mayor, Nov. 80, 1*88.
Said stock It to he Issued for the purpose of providing
meant for the purchase of a plot of ground by the Commis
sioners of Public Charities and Correction,within the bounda
ries of this State, sultatdu for a public cemetery or burial
ground, additional to the plots now used by ihem for tut<i
Trie slock will bsar Interest at the rate of seven per cent per
annum, payable semi-annually on the flrxt day of May and
No, ember In tach year, and the principal will he redeemed
on th* first day of August, 1*88.
The proposals will slate the amount of stork desired and
the price per ipllkl thereof, and Ihe persons whose proposal*
sre accepted will thereupon he required to deposit wfth the
Chambc lain the sum* awarde ! to them respectively, to
gether with any premium thereon.
tin presenting to the Comptroller ihe rerelpt* of Ihe Cham
berlain for such deposits the parties will he entitled to re
ceive certlflcate* fur equal amounts of the par value uf the
sum* awarded to them, bearing Interest from the dates of
b arli proposal should he sealed and endorsed "Proposals
for City Cemetery Sioek," snd enclosed In a second snve ope
addressed to the Comptroller.
The right I* reserved to reject any or all of the bid* If the
Interests of the Corporal ion require It.
Kit HARD II. CONNOLLY, Comptroller.
Cl I V IIF Nr.W YiiuK. DKI'ARI ME NT OF FlNAJK t, COM T
1 roller's Ornoit. Nov. 34. una.
AUGUST BELMONT .1 CO.
issue letters of c red it for travellers' use on
In Parle, London, Frankfurt .10d Vienna and their correspond
ents in all the principal >T|i?? of Euro pa. Alao inakn tele
graphic transfers on Callfo* nTa and Europe.
N EXCELLENT INVESTMENT.?REAL EBTATR
A** ? ? avj iju 1-j 1. la 1 JIN 1 rsi MI..1 I. ikikAU r.ni ft i Ti
Note, $I3.('UU, one year: lller.il discount. Principal!
oulv apply to J. h. WHEELER, St. Denii Hotel, Broadway
and Eleventh atrert.
A MEM HER OF THE NEW VORK STOCK EXCHANGE,
who baa had twelve yeae-g' espcitence in the brokerage
business, deairea a poaitlon In a But class hanking botue,
either to represent the hotiee at the board or to take charge or
an office. Address J. F. M., hot 3,57U Post office.
GOOD LINK OF FIRST AND SECOND MORTGAGES
011 lit st class city property wanted by BUTLER, Dl'R
FEE A CO., tit Liberty alrcet.
CUTV OF NEW YORK-DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE.
) BUREAU OK THE RECEIVER OF TAXES.
tloiur Hopes, Pans, Oct. ill, IMS.
Notice la hereby given that one per cent will be added to all
taxel unpaid on the let of December; alao an additional one
per cent on December 15.
On all lanes remaining uqaaldon January 1 Interest at the
rate of twelve per cent per MHieiu, calculated from the day
the books were received by the Receiver of Taxes to the day
of payment, will be added. No money will be received after
3 o clock P. M, Office hours from 8 A. M. to S P. M.
BERNARD SMYTH, Receiver.
IME SAVINGS BANK, NOS. 3 AND t RROADWAY,
Williamsburg.- Deposits made on or before December
1 will draw 6 per cent Interest from Hint data on auma up to
- dall - - -
#6,000. Open dally from 10 to 2 and 6 to 7.
FOR SAVINGS BANKS AND ?
Life Insurance Companlea.
West Farms and Morrlsanla
7 per cent Coupon Bonds,
Issued In aid of the
LAWRENCE BROTHERS k CO.,
Id Wall atraet, New York.
ONEV TO LOAN ON SECOND MORTGAGE AND ON
property in the course of erection.
S. BROWN A SON, 84 Plna street, room No. 1.
THIftD AVENUE 8AVINGS BANK,
Corner Third avtnue and Twenty-alxth street.
81k par rent interest paid, free from government tai, on all
?uma from $1 to $5,000.
Hank open dally from 10 A, M. to 3 P. M.. and on Monday,
Wednesday and Saturday evenings from 6 to 8 o'clock.
TO CAPITALISTS.?A CONTRACTOR WITH A LARGE
contract, nearly completed, wishes to Interest a party or
Sarlles with about $200 000, required In Instalment* within
is next six montba. Address X. Y. Z., Herald offices
IO CAPITALISTS-NEW AND VLAUABLE INVEN
_ Hon.?At 512 Broadway can be aeen Professor John John
son's Portable Steam Heating System In practical oDeratton,
heating a store 18 by 50 feel with a half pint of water and a
Ki burner sufficient to keep the water converted Into staam.
a attention of enterprising men of capital it respectfully
solicited for the purpose or organising a stock company,
bated upon tba above new Inventions, which are fully secured
by patent* * HOWARD TILDF.N,
Attorney for the New England Steam Heating Co.
UNITED STATES TREASURV.
Nkw York, Nov. 38,1888. '
CONTINUED SALE OF GOVERNMENT GOLD. Propo
sals will be received lu writing at tills office for the purchase
of Government Gold In exchange for currency, commencing
on Tuesday, the 1st of December, and continuing for five con
secutive business days, unless nubile notice to the coutrary
shall be given. The amount for which proposals will be re
ceived each dav it limited to $300,000, In sums of not less than
$5,000 each, arid the whole or any pari thereof will be award
ed upon such bids as will realise to tba government the great
est amount In currency for tbo entire sum offered. Proposals
will be received from half-past ten to eleven o'clock of each
day, and the bids will be opened and the result declared Im
mediately thereafter. To guard against fictitious bids a certl
(led check for three per cent of the amount for.whlch propo
sals are made must accompany each offer. The right Is
reserved to reject bids obviously adverse to the Interest of the
government. The gold will be ready for delivery Immediate
ly after the awards are made.
A box for the reception of proposals will be found at the
caehler's desk In thle office. All litda should be under teal,
endorsed "Proposals for Gold," whjch_ slll^le^ jmbltcly
opened at the hour stated. H. H. VAN DY
d?on nnn irbquired immediately, for
?|po?).UUV I which a handsome bonus and goodT security
will be given. Addrese A. J. K., Herald office.
TO LOAN?ON GOOD REAL E8
$87,000 lata In New York or Brooklyn, In sums to
?uit; apiendld Cottage IIouso. nine rooms, stable, to let; live
minatcs' from depot, In ForJham.
LUCIUS BEACH, 208 Broadway.
A T 77?MONEY LI UK RALLY ADVANCED ON DIA
J\. moods, Watches, Jewelry, Ac., or the tame bought at
the hlgheat rates. Alto Pawnbrokers' Ticket* bought for
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Ac., at 77 Bleeckcr itreet, sec
ond floor, three doort wett of Broadway.
A* fSO BROADWAY?LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE
on Otamoudt, Watch**, Jswelrv, Silks, Ac. Tho tame
bought and *<>ld. JAMES P. MATTHEWS.
Advances made on watches, diamonds, jew
elry, Dry lloodt and Personal Property of every descrip
tion. J. A. JACKSON, III Orand itreet, two doort wett of
Attention money loaned for a year,
month or day, on Diamond!, Jewelry, Lacea, Bllki,
Dry Goods, Merchandise, Ac.; eitabllibed twenty year*.
8. O. LEVY,
No. 1 Park place, between Church itreet and Broadway.
Advances made on pianofortes, furniture.
Paintings, Diamonds, Bronzes, Carpets, Mirrors, Hooka,
Kurt, Horn t, Carriage* and erery description of valuable
property. Furniture moved and ttored. lit Wett Eleventh
atreet, near Sixth avenue.
NASSAU STREET, CORNER MAIDEN LANE.?
Having Immente faellltlet, advance ai unusually low
ratet on jewelry, watrhrn, piano*, merrhandlte, lift poller**
r other aecurltlet, in large or tmall amount*.
TOA BOWERY, NEAR URAND, ROOMS NOB. 1 AND
J f 2, up italra. Money advanced on Diamond*, Watch
e?, Jewelry, Silverware, Silk*, Ae.; or Oood* bought at full
value. Pawnbroker*' Ticket* bought.
A LADY OF EXPERIENCE TEACHES ENHLISH IN
ail the highest hranehe*. Especial attention paid lo
forelgnera wiahing to learn English thoroughly. Hlgheat ref
erence. Addrea* A. Y., Herald office.
A BUSINESS COURSE-ROOKKEEPINO, AR1THMK
tic, bu*lne*a aflatr*. grammar, spelling, Ac.; guaranteed:
Ladle*' private Writing Classes, 24 lesson*. 92 60. PA INK'S
Business College (established lfWSi, 82 Bowery, entrance on
A FRENCH OENTLEM AN, FROM PARIS, OF OOOD
family and education, who hold* diploma* of three- aca
demic* of France, and ha* evpcrlence In teaching, wishes 10
give French lea*on* In schools or private families; moderate
price*; the heat reference* given. Apply In per*on or by let
t> r to C. N-, 13 St Marf* place.
VR API f) AND E LEO ANT HANDWRITING, WITH A
thorough knowledge of aeeounl*, tnay be acquired at
1e*? than hall the coat of time and money usually waded at
the fo-ealled business college*. Room - 42 East Fourteenth
?tree), V'nlon square. OLIVER B. OULDbMlTH, the reputed
penman ol America.
Bookkeeping, wkitino, ao., for business.
Messrs DOLHKAK, fun Broadway, are forming cheap
clame* for afternoon and evening. Bookkeeping, 91u; regu
lar price, $3U Writing, 96; regular price, $16. ArHhmrtlc,
$6: regular price, $16. Apply immediately to cecure *eat* at
the reduced term*.
Boarding school for boys, select, in north
Jefferaon *tre*t, Orange, New Jer?ey; only ten boy* re
ceived ; uo day icbolara; term* very moderato; true bom*
comfort*; rare advantage*; ground* *paclou?; one vacancy
open ; principal'* conatant attention given. Com* and **e
address principal, C. O. Herdsman, Orange, N. J.
French conversation and literature, hy
Professor J. L. PAKKAIN, teacher In the University of
New York. At home from 4 to 8 o'clock, 26 Bond itreet.
IKSSON8 IN FRENCH BY AN EXPERIENCED
J teacher; translations from and Into French. Addrea*
E. O., box 4,616 Poat ollice.
Morning or daily oovernksh.-an accom
pllahed English lady, with the hlgheat recommenda
tion*. wishes an engagement; ahe instnicl* In English, French
(Parisian-, Herman, Nunc ami Hinging. Address L. Y., bog
4,811 New York Post ufllee.
WANTED A FRENCH LADY, AS RESIDENT TEACH
er, In ayoung ladles'boarding school. " Apply at 186
Wert 46th at. _____
WANTED ?V A MIDDLE AGED LADY, LIBER
TV ally educated, a situation In a benevolent Institution
or boarding school; no salary required; best reference*
given. Aduree* H B., box 166 Herald olllc*.
Bananas, bananas conhtanty on hand at
Ireland's old stand, 242 Washington street A large lot
of the above fruit at wholesale. L. WALKF.K.
UMAN HAIR. II. OUILNARD. FROM PARIS, NO.
223 Canal ateeet, near Broadway.?Large assortment of
Human llalr Hwltchee, Invisible Wig* for ladles and gentle
men; manufacturer uf all kinds of lluman Hair Ornaments.
OXYGENIZED AIR .INSTITUTE, NO. 42 UNIVERSITY
place, corner Eleventh ?lreet, New York, established for
the eure of consumption, catarrh, bronchitis, asthma, scrofu
la, nr. The oxygen, the vital principle of air, I* breathed dl
rrctlv Into the lung*, and through them la carried Into lb*
Mood, decomposing the Impure matter and eipelllng II
Urolith the pure*. Consultation free, tloure 8 A. M. to 9 P. M.
CCHNRIDRR a lIF.NSCH'fl LAMP WICKS-PATENT
C August 25, 1888. Office 2 8 Broadway.
cloth a janes,
r~ Stationers. Printers and Blank Book manufaeturers. No.
W Fulton street. Orders solicited.
rpo BANKRUPTS. THE ADVERTISER, THOROUGHLY
1 experienced, oiler* lit* service* at a moderate price to
prepare schedu'ea In bankruptcy. Parties Interested will note
that the 1st ol January next I* the date of limitation of the so*
called "fifty | er cent" clause. Advice gratis. Address 8*e
retary, box 6,127 Post office.
IT BROWN'S, RO ND HATS, VERY ELEGANT
J\. *hn|>e?, in vc vet and felt, at very reduced pri- es, ele
gant Plume*, reduced low ; elder,y ladies' Honncls; Dress
? -king. 8.2 Broadway, between Thirteenth aud Fourteenth
AT 82 WARREN STREET, THE LARGEST AS
J\ sortment or Buffalo Robes, Lap Rugs, Horse Blankets,
Kersev Sweat blankets, Harness and Haddlerv. E. MAItl'
LETT, Manufacturer ami Importer, 82 Warren slroct.
4 LADY UOlNtp TO HAVANA WISHES Tt) DISPOSE
JV of an e.egant Velvet Cloak, nearly new; cost vIMj;
w.11 he so.d a; a gieal saolhce Addiese Havana, Brouklyu
A -A?GREAT CLEARING OUT SALE
1'rsvlous lo enlarging and entirely remodelling
The well in iwn and
Popular Auction Dry Good* 8lort
| Known at
KOCH 8 Dry Good* for the Million,
i wlll*offerF 16 Carmine eireet, comer of Bleecker,
j prinolpallj'boughi atMcllonSfo^eaah',h ,,0C* ?f ?n ??011*
consisting of 41 l'enU on the dollar,
1 Kc*p*?' "?o"?"1 ot Dress Goods. Merinos,
8.1k and Wool V.lou*, at ? ?, c0? #s. P?P1,M' A1P4CM
f Broche Shawls, Be,t Dslatnes, 18 cents. |
Sheetings, Muslins, 8colch P,4,d Bh"wl*?
Marseilles Quilts, Ac., Ac. Table Linens. Napkins,
Ladies' and Genu' Underwear, 4Dd Cm"meres,
Bargains, 4t *',,T c,nU "n Die dollar.
The rurt will commence at 8 o'clock'^4""1'
. 1 MONDAY MORNING,
and the low prices will rule throughout the week.
^.^ook out for Bargains
_ At KOCH'S Clearing Sale,
Io Carmine street, oorn er of Bleecker.
AT LAKE A MoCREERY'S,
on Monday, Nor. 80, 471
eitraordlnary bargains In Silks. Wl" ?*er " r*'aU
o?J LI! ?i Bonne?f. tAffeta Glace, 24 Inch, ft 71.
One aase of Ponson's talteta Glace, 14 luch A3 bo
One case of rich Broche, tjjl 60.
^ -REMOVAL. '
LAKE a MoCRKERV,
before removing to their" Bro,<lw*l',
NEW STOKE CORNER ^BROADWAY AND ELEVENTH
will offer the balance of their splendid stock of
FASHIONABLE DRY GOODS,
u?Pi! f!ng 4 ,,le latest novelties in ?
Rich Dress Silks,
AT. 8TBWAR1 A CO.
. Will 0|>#D OD
Monday. November 80,
At 9 o'clock A. If .,
* The Now Addition
Broadway, Fourth avenue, Ninth and Tenth ilreets,
With an elegant aieortment of
Silks, Ratine, Fancy Dreee tioode,
Real India Camel'e Hair Shawls,
Parle made Suite,
Klneet quality Pure,
Ladlee' and Children'e FurnMhlog Goods,
Aleiandre'e celebrated Kid Olovee,
Rich Satin Damasks, Brocstels,
Tapestries, Embroideries. t.aee Curtains,
Oamaeke, Damank Tabie Clothe,
Napkin*, Towe.iuig, Huck, Craeb,
They will oiler at
About one-half the original coal,
An Immenee variety of Good*
Purchased at the recent
Large auction sales.
A BIO LOT WET MUSLINS
To be told thle week.
The greatest bargalut offered In 1U years.
Lei every one buy al lea?l a few yard*.
Splendid Muelint, slightly eolled, 10o. a yd. | worth 18o.
Magoinrent quality, yard wide, 12>*c.; worth lbc.
Very heavy and Une Muslim, yard wide, 12>6<
These wet Muelint at 12Hc. we warrant to wear equal to
any good* made, no matter what rrlce you may pay.
Our price for tauie quality in good order it 18o.
Great rraab In Dress Uoode.
FOSTER BROTHERS buy tbem at auction
at haif the old prlcee.
Dreee Ooode at !5c., worth 40o.; at St)c., worth 6uc.; at 87He-,
worth Sue. Dreee Ooode SOc., worth 7oc.
Frlnceit black Alpacas 50c., worth 98m.
Heavy Blankete *1 60. $3, *?, up to #b.
Splendid Balmoral* 76c. Wool Bhawle $2 SO.
All wool Empress Ciolb 76c., worth $1.
Best Troy Print* 6c. Splendid Flanuel* 26c.
Brocbe and Pa!*lfy Shawl* nearly half price.
C.otw pair* woollen Glove*. Im porter*' sample#. 6Jc.; tome
pair* are worth at least #1 2n.
Remember tbe Wet Muslins.
Customer# coming from Hrooklyn. Hoboken,
Jertey City, Williamsburg and surrounding country
can bare IheTr goods all seDt home by n*.
Tb* above price* are only for cash.
FOSTER BROTHERS, 272 Hleecker street, and
FOSTER HKOTHERS, Eighth sr., near Elghleenth street.
, Goods reduced 26 per cent.
Extra inducement* In our
*1 KID GLOVER.
A new and complete assortment of
Koulllon's genuine Seaiufess Kid Gloves.
a perfect line of
ladles' and gent*', misses' and children*'
Great reduction fn
Jet Jewelry, Gilt belt, Kane, Luces Embroideries,
Dreee Caps. Ac., Ac.
MYERS A 8TIKBEL,
opposite A. T. Stewart A Co.'*, 78b Broadway.
A L'CTION GOODS AT LESS THAN GOLD COST.
/V Broclie Long Sbawl* al #16, cost ?20;al #25, worth #86;
at i>50, worth 8*76.
Paisley Long Shawls at #20, worth #26; at #80, worth #40 ,
at lt-75, worth #126.
Black India Long Shawls at #10, worth #16; at #20, worth
Cloaking* B'ark Aslrachans at #8, worth #12 In gold.
Cloaking Velvet* it, black, purple, brown ami blue.
Auction Dress Goods 6-4 French Merino al 76 ceute, worth
All wool Bmpreas Cloths at 75c.. worth 81.
Blankets, flannels, Cloths and Cassimeree, Table Linens.
Black bilks less '.ban gold cost, at
669 Eighth avenue, corner of Thirty-fourth etreel.
THE VERY NEWEST STYLES.
AT LOW PRICES.
7*i end 824 Broadway.
AT MMR. K G. EDW A Kirs', 3J8 FOURTH AVKNU C,
near Twenty fifth street, and 76 Third avenue, near
Twelfth street, stamping. Imported Linger and Embroidery
for chemise, night gowns *nd dreesee. Specialty of Initial*
and Monograms for handkerchiefs, table linen an.l bed
clothes. Mumping ou any material. All at extremely low
A.-B*"UAI>g'RL'1'1'?VAN a hrkio,
771 Broadway, corner of Niutb street,
Will offer on Monday, November 30.
ureal bargain* In
Ready made Cloaks
and Walking Suit*,
Which will be closed out regardless of coil.
a -CBULLivan a grkio
J\, Will ofer on
Monday, Novsmber 30,
Rich Indln "hewls.
Rich Thread Lace Shawls,
Aadon* cai* of '*iy beautiful
Rest Aitrakan Clcaks,
Witb Muff* and Hats to match.
A - NEW DRY GOODS STORE.
. O'SULLIVAN A viRRIG,
771 Broadway, corner of Ninth street,
Have opened a select assortment of foreign au.l domestic
Dry Goods In connection with their former bullae** of
Cloaks and Mantilla*,
Ladies and Children's Furnishing Goods,
Walking Costume*, Ac., Ao.
AT MRS. O. CAREY'S. CORNER THIRD AVENUE AND
Eighteenth street, I arts haud made Llneu Coulllle Cor
sets. to suit all figures, al half Broadway prices. Skirts mad*
to order and altered to the panter and other shape*. Abdomi
nal Supporter*. Buetlee, Pads, Ac.
AT M M. WEINBERG A BRO.'S, Tfl BROADWAY. BE
tween Eighth and Ninth streeis, a complete slock of
Embroidered Collars snd ? tins,
Embroidered snd Plsln Hsm etl'.chc.l HruJkcrcblefs,
Thread and Cluny Collars. At ,
suitable for ihe Holidays,
which w:il he "old at
T REDUCED PRICES, OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
Point, Point Applique Colfars, Handkerchiefs, Bsrbee, Va
lenciennes Handkerchiefs snd Rets, Point, Point Appllqne and
Thread Lares, Thread Lac* B*rbes and Veils, at low price*.
A call I* solicited. WM. WEINBERG A BRO.,
761 Broadway, helwven Eighth and Ninth sired*.
TfT DK PERCEVAL'S, 789 BROADWAY, OPP081TB
At very low price*,
Infants' Cloak* and Suits. Blouses and Sacks, Children'*
Infants' Wardrobes, Slips, Hacks, Dresses, Waist*, Bib*,
Caps, Bonnets, Ac.
French Lingerie for ladles and children. Full line of em
?n broi lercd Bands and Yoke* fur chem1.es.
Handkcrcniefs and lames' .sets, ,cc.
Handsome Initial* *t'd Monograms embroidered to order.
Stamping and Stamped Good*.
A T MMK. VIOOUROUX'B, NO. 1?? FOURTH AVF.NUR,
jv near Twelfth street?Htamptug, ladles' mid babies'
Trousseaux on hand or to order. Imported Embroidery, Ini
tials, Monogram* for haudkerohiefs; curtain*, table and bed
ololbes embroidered to order for preaeni*.
ALL THR NOYRLT1U IN JET, HI KKL AND GILT
Brooches and Earring*, Handkerchief Holder*, Fans,
Ac., al reduced pries*.
WM. WEINBERG A BRO., 7M Broadway.
BE SURF. THE FIRST THINO
you do to-morrow Is lo go to
FOSTER BROTHERS' Dry Goods Store
aud buy some wet Muslin* at lu to 12 >6 cents per yard,
well worth 18 and 2d cent*.
Pee advertisement In thl* paper to day.
A:so Blanket*, Flannels, Dies* Good*, Alpacas, Tabl*
Linen, Ac., from aucllun; any price you wish.
RE8KM AKIN' . -E KEARNEY, DRESS AND CLOAK
maker,226 Eatt Fifty-atutb street, New York,
/ UEPETS AND FURNITURE.
* The largest hml best (elected (took of the above mentioned
good* to be fonnil in the rlty, at price. that defy competition.
1 urchaser* wouUislo well to call ami czamlno the goods be
tore buying tliewliere. 4t*ii ami twi Eighth avenue, and 267,
anil i?71 \S est Thirty-fifth street, a Ijnlniug.
l>. KELLY, successor to H. O'Farrell.
J)KK8SMAKINO TAUGHT IN FOUR LESSONS.
Comprising Measurement, Cutting, Basting and Fitting.
pI?!*.?,'1.**', f"" ??ur,? (four lessons) 99
Private Isstructlon ... .. W
Tn?tUomIll2'ona,1 .'"??'"?d at Mill. HORDA'S Dressmaking
n>.??'. Iw. 1 *"1, T*etuy aec.iml (treet, near Broadway.
ln *ls tranche* at moderate prices.
D* AND BASQUES MADE IN EIOUT
boiix notice and at moderate charge.
Mid CLINCH, SUM Sixth avenue.
X1 Choice lata in (| popular prlcea,
. Kuaaian Sable.
Siberian Squirrel, .to., Ac.
Mink Seta, 930 and upwarda; Aatrachau Bacqnes, $r:0;
Mlaaea'Seta in French Ermine and Siberian Squirrel at S5.
Every buyer guarranteed satisfaction.
BURKE, 469 Broadway,
_ Adjoining Lord A Taylor'*.
Branch at 128 Fulton atreel.
FURH. WILLIAM MOKER, 461 BROOME STREET,
oiler, hla large atock of line and .elected Fur. at very
liberal prlcea. Abo a good aaaortment of BlelgU Robea on
For makino a cloak, from 93; plain drf.ss, 94;
complete walking .till, 97; In the latest Part.Ian atylea;
made by Madanta ADR1ENNK, 36 Wcat Fourth street.
OOP SKIRTS AND CORSETS.-THE" ONLY PLACB
to fiml the largeat and beat aaaortment In the city la at
The Ureal American Hoop Skirt Company,
238 and 236 Hudaon atreel, near Canal street. i
JOHN .DUFF, 866 CANAL STREET,
wholesale manufacturer of Ladlea' and Children'*
Clothing, will offer to jobbers and dealer* Irom now until
New Year'ia large assortment of Kobe* In Print, Delaine,
Coburg, Poplin, Opera Flannel aud Merino at 16 per cent teea
than any other manufacturer.
Call and examine '
before buying elsewhere.
LORD A TAYLOR
will offer al retail, on Monday, Nov. 30,
a very attractive stock ol
Faablonable and .eaHonablc Dry Qoodf,
Sllka, 8allne, Velvets, Eplngllties,
Empreaa and Biarritz Cloth.,
Merino., I'lebTa, Shlrtlnga, Ao.,
ad avary novelty of the aeaaon.
at a great reduction from former price*.
Many of Ibeae gooda have been purcliaaed at the late at
and will be told much
below the gold coat.
LORD A TAYLOR.
No?. 461 to 461 Broadway, corner Grand street.
Noa. 266 to 961 Grand atrcct, corner Cbryatle at.
Madame Harris, No. 7 brevooet place, has
lost recelred from Lyona a full aaaortment of Change
able Velvet*, In the neweat effect* for coitnmea.
Madame Harris' reorders for gauze db
Chatnhrala have Jnat arrived. Tltla Importation Include*
dealgna never before offc/ed In this country aud enables bar
to a*eert that her facllltlea for furnishing recherche evening
dreaaea are unequalled.
Madame Harris has, in addition to thb
above, Juat received several ease* of l'arla linnneta for
winter, of elegant and new shapes, for street and evening
MME. DUCRKUX, FRENCH DRK8SMAKER, 49
Hleecker street, makes complete suite for 97; plain
dress, $4; silk dress, 46; princess wrapper, 93- The
work dona by the best workwomen of the city.
Ma. docqlass IS OFFERING a SELECT STOCK
, of Coetumee, Cloaks, ladles' Undergarments, Ac. 13
East Seventeenth atreel, between Broadway and Fifth
MISS B. J. OEDNEY, 29 EAST TENTH STREET, HAS
just Imported a variety of walking, dinner and cnrrlaga
Drcasee, Corsages, Ac., which abe offer* at greatly reduced
prleee. . ,
MME. RALLINGS, 779 BROADWAY, WILL SHOW THR
coming week an elegant assortment of Parle Bonnets
for evening wear; also some novelties In walking and car
riage Bonnets. t
MME. RALLINGS, 779 BROADWAY, WILL SHOW OR
Monday, Nov. 30, a choice *nd elegant aaaortment ol
French Costumes, carriage aud evening Dresees, Lingerie,
Ac., Just received from Pails, direct from the best bouses,
selected with great care by my agents.
MME. RALLINGS WILL ALSO SHOW NOVELTIES IN
Round Hate, direct from Hrown's, 14 and 13 New Bond
?treet, together with a choice selection of Paris ffnts.
MRS. O'KSEFFE, DRESSMAKER, 643 third avenue;
corner Thirty-eighth street, and for mnnv year* witb
Mine. Walters, In Nlnti street, solicits a trial from the
patrons of the old establishment.
kAKIH JEWELRY FOR HOLIDAY PRESENTS, 4*
Locket*. Necklace*, Bracelet*,
Artr.i*!*, Ac., lb* latn*l Novelties,
Imported exnn-aaly for
M J OH K P H1N K GULDEN, Importer,
(Successor to A. Mallet).
No. 18 Clinton place, Eighth atreet.
PAH1B FLOWERS, PLUMES, LACKS, AC. . ,
M. JOSEPHINE GOLDEN,
No. Li Clinton place, Eighth atreet.
MARIS BONN FT FRAMES (A SPECIALTY).
1 M. JOSEPHINE GOLDEN, Import**
tSuccesa-r to A. Mallet),
No. 13 Clinton place, Eighth atreet.
MARIS NOVKAI'TKrt FOR EVENING TOILETS, RK>
A cored oa French ateamer.
M JOSEPHINE GOLDEN, Importer,
No. 13 Clinton plac*, Etghlh atreet
|^ICU GOODS AT BARGAINS.
ALTMAN BROTHERS spec to-morrow.
We bare bought a! lb* late panic auction ra ta large quakr
title* of rtcb
? k ck w* iba ! olfer at th* .'oMcw.ng price*,
ecmmenclng to morrow ?
be piece* hrary liner. bas* Satina at
|l eV, worth (S I*.
75 piece* elfgenl Grot Grain Dre?? Silk*, at V2 (0, retailing
at $8 25 elaewnar*.
15 piece* donbie face, whit* edge, eery bearr Black Silk*
at 43 U per yarJ, worth taally 41 per yard.
100 boiet ailk fln'ah Vdreteena for auita, at only ft p:?
yard; aold a monlb ago at 42 per yard.
Fringe*, Trimming*. Ornament*, Ribbon* (including th* c?w
Satin Saab Ribbon*), minibi c!oa?d out In th* rait watk, Ik
ordar ic make room for the immenie atock or
tjrwt we intend to open on
MonJay, December 7.
Ledlrt will So well to poetpon* purebaeliig
Their Holiday Good*
until our Opening lake* place
on above date.
?3i Sixth a*?nu*. between Twentieth and Twenty-CrM ate.
T> II. MACY.
Our fal. impcitatlnn of Lacee, F.mbroliltr'ea. Millinery and
Fancy Good*, Hoa.ary, White Goo i?, Llucn Handkercnlefn,
At popular price*.
H ft. MACY,
204 and 21)4 Sixth avenue,
try Weal Fourleenth atreet, between Fifth an I Slilh avenues.
THANGERS IN TIIK CITY
eiaminlng our linmeitae assortment.
Should not purchaie a dollar'* worth before
We aell Hosiery, Under Garment*. Glores, Woollen Good*,
Ribbons, Embroideries and Hoiiaekeepng Goo.it
50 per cent under Broadway price*.
We **11 riaonela. Blanket*. Mualna, Dotted Swlxe, and
everything In ltd* line
at wholesale price*.
10,000yard* Nottingham Curtain Lace. 2*., 2e. 6d., 3i. and
St. yard: SOU palra Ited Comforter* and Blanket*, $1 50,
42 V), 42 75, $3 50, 44;50b.ue* rich Satin and Silk Saib Rib
bon*. tl 25 and 41 4* yard, bargain*; 50 piece* colored Pluab.
41 M yard; Velvets, 41 '5 yard; .100 docen Duehe** Laced
Kid (llorea, 41 25, line article, 500 doxen Hoods end Rootage,
ta., 4*., 5* , Sc., bargaini.
RONAI.DSON A MRAKES,
807 Sixth avenue, corner Nineteenth alraet.
We will aell on and after
MONDAY, THE 30T1I INST.,
the balance of our stock
AT HALF PRICB.
TOYS FOR TUB HOLIDAYS. A FINE AND MAJ'2:
I aome collection at STAVKLKY'S, M0 Broadway, naar
Eighteenth atreet. Alao Doha of every variety^
corner Twentieth atreel. .
WALK CONTINUED fitoda', ?" wen
itn? a'.bfti.WH'l.lul l^MiLtaery - ore. .24i.aU. Menu.
and b08 Broad war
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