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FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
Saturday, Not, 28?? p. M. Cold opened at 134%, roue to 136 and remained Steady until after the government eate, when It re lapsed to 134 V- An advance su ?jsequently took ijiaco and the price rose to 135%, at which It re warned Arm the rest of the day, with a temporary ftdvauce to 136% Just before the adjournment of the gourd. The transactions were not extensive and the market mlgUt be called dull. The firmness in price ?t the close was due in a measure to the announce ment by cable of another large decrease In the bul lion of the Kank of France. The government gold 'tirought 136.06 and was sold In one award. $600,000 more will be' aold on Monday to make up the amount for this week-one business day being lost by the occurrence of Thanksgiving? and daring the five remaining days of next week $1,600,000 additional will be disposed of In lota of <300,000 per day. Cash gold was In plentiful supply during the forenoon, and the loaning rate ranged from flat for borrowing to 6 per cent for carrying. In the afternoon there was an Increased borrowing demand, and loans were made as high as i-m. Tho range in price la shown In the following table:? IP. M 135* *l, A; M 136 1:03 P. M 136 V 104',' 2:56 P. M 136% P?M 134% 3 P. M 136 % The gross clearings at the Gold Exchange Bank were $78,266,000. the gold balances $2,414,013 and the currency balances $3,697,023. The steamer Ville de Paris took out $642,103 in specie. The statement of tha associated banks for the week ending to-uay shows an increase In circula tion of $0<j,ooo and a decreaso in legal tenders or aver $100,000,000. An increase In loans Is counter balanced by an almost equal lncreaso la deposits. The totals as compared with lost week are as fol lows:? Afw. 31. Xov. 28. *'oa"B $261,091,068 $264,386,067 Specie. 17,333,163 16,786.277 Circulation... 34,196, (ICS 31.284.563 Deposits 184,110,340 187.418,835 Eegttl leaders 63,599,044 64440,200 The differences are set forth as follows:? Inc. case lu loans ?.i 204 Qtu Decrease in specie ' Increase in circulation ' gyVos Increase 111 deposits 8,308,*496 Decrease in legal tenders 1,159,738 Tlie decrease in legal tenders 19 readily accounted for by the saics of goverumcntgold. but the decrease to specie creates considerable speculation as to tho cause. The customs receipts during the week were' about $1,803,000 and the export of specie about $600,000, making a total of $4400,000. But the gov ernment sales amounted to $2,500,000, leaving a clear margin for a better exhibit of specie on the part of the bunks. Tue decrease of a bullion and a half has, therefore, very naturally suggested the Idea fil a "lockiug up" of gold. Jt is Ba:d In this con nection that the gold bought at the government sales was put away by some of the purchawa with the view 01 making a "squeeze'' next week. Money was without any change. The backs were more treely offering at six, aad the rate was Ave and six between stock houses, with exceptional transac tions at four. The bank statement is favorable to continued ease in money, for while the increase In loans is equal to the increase in deposits there is a large luurg.n in the increase of deposits of the previ ous week out of which to make a good off set against tho decrease in legal tenders. Com mercial paper was duller to-day. .M ilters are fewer la kluies of easy money. Buyers were not inclined to conoede a diminution In rates. Foreign exchange was weaker, good bankers' selling down to lee % and prime bankers' at 109%. There is less tone to the exchange market In view of the fact that the receipts of Coi.'ou ut the various home ports for the weea have been four thousand bales in excess of last week. The shipment of tills Increase will furnish a larger supply of bills. And, again, tho "short" in terest in governments, which, it was expected, would require an extensive rcshlpmeut or bonds, has been largely over estimated. Tho stock market was s'rong at the opening, and aecenaive In the Dong Room after tho second open board. New York steadily advanced to 124% a rise of 2\ upon the closing price of last night. Be fore the cud of business it settled back to 128% a 12s%. 'l he consolidation of two of the express com panies attracted emotion to the express stocks, which were in flic main strong. Merchants' Union Improved considerably upon yesterday's price, tut did not keep up its activity. There Is a re port 0.1 the street that the Adams will furce uu-dhv war of the companies. Michigan Kouth< rn vs.- -lr ug. on account ot a proposed con sol ul .1 an w:ili lake Shore, wtveh would make but on corporation between B unalo and Chicago.. The new niufetnent In Hock 1 aland lacked life to oiij. l ot. A'ayae was progret elvc. The Deling la the general toolkit ufier the adjournment of the btmr Is was qii'it bu li.-h. on the other hand the bear w :.c p'l. i.ng out a good line or options. The remark was ntviy made tuat u was u beiti r market tns:U than bay. >?t large purchases were made. The bear* prophesied a break next week, but Iticy have Is-cu so largely selling that they ni:iy d .feat their own object. File waa neg lected 11 i.,i stnr-i, but th re was morn done Iu it at the first open board, the sales reaching 1.400 sI:..,tk. At the regit.ir b >ird It wis passed over and a the ocond board there was but 0110 trim-ucioii, embracing 50shares; the price ranged from 39% to 40 . 71." compromise between the principal partiea to tlic r 1 ui quarrel has provoked fresh proceedings in the court* on the part of the Gerinun cankers who were so deftly caught in selling Erie "short." lu tho ori;rlu!il quarrel they made common cause with the ex-ihrcc or anainst the chief eonMplrator. But when the latter two worthies concluded to "draw" the flght ami make np Monde for a new campaign to Kile the German element of the controversy was sadly siightc l. Of coarse the rx-dlrector is now ready to 1 tak? as many affldav Its for the d fendants as ho has for the plalntnfs u this remarkable litlga lliin. Erie is lu a wretched plight, aad no one knows .t bet'er than the chief conspirator end ex director, who am Iruineasnrubly "long" of the stock anl would like to g,-t rid of It, especially as their loa?. is to be heavily increased by some tw> hundred share* Bow upon the ooenn fn roofs for New York. 1 nming svore of tlie fact that their con tinued hostility wo* only poslponlug sny hot>e of ever gut'iiig m market lor their depiecia'cd ctrifi eaten, th y revilvc 1 to ceue tlu-lr litigation, and m ike up. ,?r : th o stimulate an Inve t.nent by the putiitc. Enid the atoct Is properly registered, and until a t 1 runt, e 1* glv.-ti taat th re shall bo no more fraudulent ovcrRhje*. Erie should be left un touched. Been then It is doibtrm if r. w uld be a ?it alrab.e investment, for in t.,? ban 1* y ho cllij 'c.-t wim tuvo ruled It the past two yais i rk m been Ss ru< ch lilr vehicle of gambling as th ? " ay out" In a faro bank, with the difference tha' on treon eloih the layer has sonie coan oof wn, in., while Ui ;ir?' tho ends have always "can <l>a lo 8 i.tlip SUqUCft. liusux- ? on Hi# Rtrii't before the rrru-ur 1 -ur In rlnded 8 ? 1 of \or.liwestcr n preferred at >"? ? New kins <? i irai, 127; M. Paul, 73%. it? uau.-acl one or tiir b 4 ,,.(l! i,?Ull tnciiniwi sales of American Ex press at,4": Adams Express, 49%; Tinted Hates Kxj-rc ,4 tcciisu-n' 1 uKrti Fx, il; ('anion, 6i% a6imt HM9 Mamutf tester* Newvors Cen'ral, 127%; y.ri 46; T.rie preferred (rush., 13%; TVaba-h, ?,??%. hi. Paul T<%; ft. Paul preferred. pt; imuke.v mid Bro.. r?-' U?6; Fort ?,.vne 112%; 01.10 and ?*??),""'!,. Michigan Southern, m?%; puuhirg. 89 ' cock Island, 1/94; Northwestern. 8.. Noniiweiueru preferred, $9 ,. Ti c quotation* of the regular Board i-lowo ns fot. lows on the rgil ?4'uiuberiaud, l? % a 10 %; Weila, l argo A Co.'s Expn sa, 26% a 17%; American Ex' press, 48 bid; ? Adams ExpicSs. .'ib'f a 6t>% United dttt.'-s Express, 4s ., ? 4.1; Merchants' Union, io% a giiirksilver, 23,% a 24; Canton, 61%; Var jm-.a. 6 a 6%: dp. brcf. rrtd, iv% a 22%; I'ai-lflc Mali, 117 . s ill; vvt-fciu 1 uion TelegrapB J-t"? u 7; Ni-w Vujk (Vtitrs1 J27 a 127%; Erie,.?% a 40; do. preferred, a? a 00%; Hudson River, 1.90,% a 111; Reading, u , a t flilcago and Alton, 14' a IIP; <lo preferred, up a 1 1, Armani Torre Haute. 40 a 41 ?; do. preferred tg% a ?3: M abash, t.?% a 00%; do. preierred, 7u a ;:i. Milwau kee and Ht. Faui, 7f% a 72 4; do. preturreu. 90% a 0o%; Fort Wayns. 112% s JU 4; Ohio and jinab-dppi, 31% a 31%: Miclugaa Centra., 118 a u., ? ?Miciuna., Foiitni-rn, 84% a 89%; filiiiois Oliirs', a 144; flltSbnrg, AG'? a sf%; To.cdu. K*% a J Ui: l.otk 199/1 ? KC-.a. Norlhacsora 66;0 8 80, 00 preferred!, 893* a80?*; Boot on Water Power, 10; At lantic Mail. 36; Boston, Hartford and Erie, 27 3*. The nalea at the last open board included the fol lowing:?American Express, 47;Vnlted States Ex press, 4f*<; AdaniB Express, 60'*; Merchunta' Union Express, 19'*; Quicksilver, 237*; Pacific Mall, 118)4; Cumberland, 40,'*; Western Union, 3034; New York Central, 1273*; Hudson River, 13034; Reading, 9934; Wabash, 69 ?*; Milwaukee and St. Paul, 7034; da preferred, 89*4; Fort Wayne, 1127*; Ohio and Mississippi, 3134; Michigan Southern, 893*; Pittsburg, 89)4; Toledo, 101; Rock Island, 10934 i Northwestern, 863*; do. preferred. 881*. Prices reached their highest jnst before the ad journment of the Long Room at foar o'clock. Busi ness was prolonged on the sidewalk nntll five o'clock, when the following quotations were pre vailing:?New York Central, 1381* a 1287*; North western, 86 a 853*; do. preferred, 883*; St. Paul, 71 a 72; St Paul preferred, 89; Michigan Southern, 89'* a 893*; Reading, 99>* a 993*; Pacific Mall, 118>* bid; Fort Wayne, 1123* a 1121*; Erie, 391* a 40. Governments were weak at the opening and weaker at the noon call, bat rallied to the vicinity of the opening price before the end ot the day. The closing quotations were:?United States sixes, 1881, registered, 11434 a 115; do. coupon, 1881, 115 a 11634; 6-20'b, registered, 10634 a 1063*; do. coupon, 1862, 1113* a 112; do. do., 1864, 107?* a 1077*; do. do., 1866, 108 a 1087*; do. do., new, 1805, 1107* a 110J4; do. do., 1867, 1103* alio?*; do.da, 1868, 11074 a 111; 10-40's, registered, 10354 a 104; do. coupon, 1053* a-106. The market for the border bonds was dnll except for Tennessees and Nortn Curolinas. New Tonnes Bees were quoted ut 6834 1169 and old, 69 a 69'*; new North Carolinas, 64 V* a 04'*. The new bonds of North Carolina, numbered from 1,201 to 3,200 Inclusive, have been decided not a "good delivery" until cer tain charges that their Issue was illegal havo been Investigated. SALES AT THE NEW YOU STOIX EXCHVHL Maturdav, Nov. !2S?lOtl5 A. M. iruoro L'8 5-SO, c, '63. .. 11234 50alis Erie RR 40 10000 do *8 113 100 Erie preferred 61)4 10000 U 86-20, 0, '64.... 107'* ](?<) do 60 SOOO do 10734 400 Hudeon River KK.. ISO liKKK) 085-20, c,'66,11... 11034 100 do l&'Vf i?00 do 1104* 1000 Hud River RR scr. 90 ? ?? IIUTj _ lOOO US 6-20, c, '67... . 110 * SOO Reeding KR 99', * .181103* " ?' 95000 do *3 1101* WO do bet call 99+, 10000 US6'a. U-40,cou.. 106 100If 8 A N I KK...,b60 9> 10000 Tenn 6's, ex con... till',' ]0il do H914 lliuo Tenn 6's, new 6834 100 do 893* 80 0 do bet call 69 100 do W-4 Soon VaS'i, ex cou 66)4 19 Panama lilt 880 lowio N C 6's, new 64 50 Ohio .1 Mini, KK 8134 4000 Missouri 6's. .bet c 90 500 do bcteall 31 -** 4OC0 Erie 4tb mtg 83 2' 0 Clev <t Pitts KK..S0O 89 1000 Harlem Jut m 10(1 500 do 89<4 1(810 Clreat West 2d 78'4 2nd do blO 2(1 OOO M orris ft Essex 2d 91 600 do. 89jJ 10000 Pitts.FtWft Chi 1st 1*134 28 C. d, Oln ft Ind RR.. 77 6600 ('leve.VPItts.4th m. 78 100 Chic ft N W KR no 6000 Mil ft Rl P9'a, 1stm 1027* HW do t>3 Si'* 1000 Mllft 8tP 73-10con 96/9 1 00 Ohio A N W prof.... 12UOC Mil ft St Paul 1st m 90 2o0 do 89', 1000 C.Oft Ind Cent 1st. 7!1* 40O Olev ft Toi RR 101 1000 W Un Tel7'a bs... 67 9 4 0(1 do 100'* lOshs Bk of Commerce i~-,x SuOChie A Kit I KK ?30 lo.? 100 Canton Co 51 loo do 109' ; 107 KelAHudCan.il.... Hi 1 400 Mil ft Kt P KK 72 9 16 do I'.iVi 50 do ill 200 Ciimb Coal pref 40i* 100 Mil ft 6t P prof. 91V 800 West U Tel...; 864 100 do ... PI 2:0 Pacific Mall PS Co... 118 700 do 9l\ lOOuuick Mlu...beicall 2834 41.0 do 90'* 260 A i ims Kt 50 llltl Tsl, Wab A West.... 60 7 American Express.. 49 72 New Je:*ev UR. ...138 10 United States lix... 50 100 N J Cent KK 118 400 Mer Union Ex 21 12 do ,117'i 100 do 20'* 100 PIMS, Kt W A C....r 112'* 800 do 201, 30u do 112'4 200 do 2054 l'O do 4112* JO 9) N Y Cen KK 127', 1<K? 3farietta .< cln 1st pf 25 100 do 1)30 12. '4 8(0 H A Bt Jos KK prw.. SO 4 <|nartcr?pust Twelve o'Clock P. .VI. 8(500 US 6's.'81, oou lib* 1850:0 US 6's. 5-20, e,b>5. 107': 10000 do 11., 92000 US5 ?(, cou. *67... 110'; rvrn vpii's,6-90. c, vs. 111 ?: loo.o us 5-20, e. 't? liov 15UM US 6's, 6-30, r,'62. ? lllS'* 9000 US S's.PaoBK Iks.. 'J J REAL ESTATE MA ITERS. What Ilaa Been Bone Burin* the Week?A I (lock on Broadway?Prospects of the Market* The week Jnst closed has been, in respect of auc tion sales of city property, the dullest since the sus pension of operations of that kin1 during the heated term. Tills condition, however, has not resulted from any falling off of interest In real estate specu lation, bat was solely occasioned by the accldeut which so damaged the Exchange Salesroom as to render It temporarily unflt tor occupation. Previous announcements bad held forth the promise of a busy time, and the forced postponement of sales thus oc casioned has been much regretted by all classes of dealers, holders, factors, simulators and those de siring to Invest. The week has not, however, been wholly destitute of business, on Tuesday sales were held at the commercial Exchange and City Salesrooms, Brook iyn?the former by James Coles' fori, an I the latter by llvkoif A Little, ol llrooklyn, Improved and un improved property; ami on Wedm-day A. J. H meeker, Son a Co. di sposed of ut public auction, the sale being held on tiic ground, ..on aits situated a short distance from Jersey City. Both saies ex hibit good results and appreciative prices. The sate ofbrookiyn improved property on Tuesday amounted to $>>5,700, ami of unimproved property ?i-i, b.-ing a total of $110,326. The sale ol New Jcr-ev lots on Wednesday amounted to $60,22$, making a grand totai fortue< k's auction aai.s of $.60.jso. One of tiie heaviest sales that lone yet been made of a single piece of property la tins city was effected yesterday by -Ylesam. .smith ?t Clarxe, teal estate brokers. The property comprises the entire block bounded l>y Itroanlway and Sixth avenue, thirty tlurd Hnd Thirty fourth streetaJbcing 207 feet on Broadway, 148 feet j luetics <>n Thirty third street and 1.5 fee: nu Thirty-fourth street, Willi tha hun t ings thereon, lieiomriug to it. L. .soloinou. The amouiu oi the purchase money is $7oo,ou0. While calling aitcution to this sa c as one Indica tive of the rut 11 appreciation v hieh real estate pro perty on Sew York Island is exhibiting, It I* by no means an exceptional li..itancc. At a corporation sale that occurred in the year i*45 the property ex truding from Twen'y-cL.tUh to Thirty-sixth street, on Fifth avenue, lac.tiding the lots on the side si reels, brought for the avenue lois from $l,ooo to $l,f/n> per lot, Uioro ad joining ranging from $?*jo to $soo each. One gentiemnn lnvcs-ed In this stt.o $:>o,it.Hj and sub oquen.ly sold ot his purchnse J5'0.eno worth, but wan then still the possessor of the largest Kirth n of It. AImjiU the santo period a gentietnan night a corner lot on the avenue, tin u considered very far out of lown, lor which he paid $1,000. 'mo estimated value of that lot by experienced judges is $100,000. in t: e uglit of tlie-o pre<ed*nu i: Is not an ticipating too Uluell lo put the valuo ot thu block bom as above at. In a lew years. $1,'>00,000, Among other late vales we learn that Cyrus W. Flow, of Atlantic cab e e lebrity. has purchased the property of Mr. Charles Mening. at" aI.lo t Ami, Is i ween I)obl>s' Kerry and Trvington. for $ju, . Titer' in every prospect of an active n ark i this w<"k. The offerings are nntm-rous and cuotce, and If the proseut ease in inaney contmn.'.s there i< no do tit t!i?> sales will be heavy .cul rentun rative. The less.m taught by the great Eric fiau.softlie risk ut ten ling stock s,o ulatlons wtil Itk'i Ise doohtiesi help to turn much capital In :It s dtr lion (or s:if.. invesinunt. limt nnd r ?>t'n r clrcumst,i;n ? < might enrich the gamblers In v. ill it.ee , uud th .s situ lurUier teud to lite appreclal.oit oi em c* am. n :\l. CST1TB IV !VEW JEItMIY. The poopio of that portion of New Jersey lying wl'lilti a short r.uik' ? of Sew Tt rk have goed fens ut $0 say " "Tib an ill wind that b ows itobo ly g >o<l." The tiurden gf high rent* m ttie metropolis we pi, on rich and poor alik>, and when the burden lie comes oppressive b dh clauses will have to i< d i domic'.!" an I perhaps a tneous of living elsewhere. The ad vantage or curry ing on business in the real commercial centre and at th" s; run time living on a scale of comparative domtstte economy accounts for the rapid growth of the cities In Hudson eo mty. fbe economy of the municipal an I fitato govern ments has also contrlmitcd largely to this r??u.t. Tax es are light In proportion to the benefit* derived thcro are no " rings" to plunder the people in the na:ne of Improvement or fleece them iu thelnlerot of a party 0 siring to retain He grasp of the spoil* by any and every means. Every tmnilgruut to this psrt of the Hiaie brings his mon<y or his labor to the at 1 of local improvements; every expen diture of capital is not only an acquisition to the wealth of the district, but an important con tribution to tlio rising value of real estate. Luring the year now bending to Its decline a large number of speculators have invaded New Jers '.V, and pro pi rty ho* advanced to such a figure that a lot a' tho distance say of three mlldS frotn the Jersey ferries cannot be hud for Ie??s than $2,000 or $.,000, witer. as ten years ago a poor man with a Utile savings at his disposal could bdCOfne the pnr Ohaser of three Nell lots. The transformation which tic upper portion of New York city has undergone wltiitrithe past quarter of a century will give an ld< a of the future of t.iat rocky nnd marshy tract rai.aing In a line from Bergen I'olnt to Bergen county and including Bergen City, Hudson City, Wc-t Hobokea and the contiguous cities and town ships. What was Weehawken twenty years ago f the children of that period talked of it as we now | talk of Colorado. What will w eehawken iw twenty , JWf* hence' That Is the question. As thing* look 1 bow u ?o. yioLai g be the great ucpet and terminus of the Southern and Western railroads. The Erie Rail road Company have just purchased the Venango oil docks, Including the water front, for $1,0:10,000, wlih this view, aud they are about to con itruet a Hue of railroad from that point to the F.ric Railroad mar the Bergen tunnel. But to begin with JEH.SE V CITY. The most extensive buliding In course of erection here la the clt.v market, fronting on Warren, Gregory and York streets, which Is being constructed jy Charles II. Durant at a cost of $176,'i00. It hot a front of 192 feet on York and Gregory streets a id 127 feet on Warren. The front will be all brick, the Interior of the structure being wooden work, which Is not only cheaper for the purpose, but more con venient for the division Into stalls. The building will he four stories lilvli, with a basement; one of the upper stories being designed for a public hall, which will be 00x112 feet, with a celling 26 leet in height. Next to this we have Cooper Mall, which Is being enlarged and Improved for public meetings ami halls at a cost en $20,o<io. But b.v far the hand somest and most conspicuous of public buildings Is the SKCOND NATIONAL BANK, situated on the corner of Washington and Montgom ery streets, Just three blocks in a direct line from the ferry. It lias a front of 40 feet on Montgomery ami 60 reet on Washington street, and is three stories hlgn, with hasciueut and cellar. The basement vault, aud safety deposit vault have each a iioor of solid granite. The side walls are of brick, twelve Inches thick, lined on the Inside with live thicknesses of Iron ami steel, riveted together. The vaults containing the safes will be burglar and fireproof. Both fronts are or iron, lrom the basement to t lie top, and ? alt modern improvements will be introduced. It will t>e completed by the ist of January, the entire cost being $7o,000. cnrnctr tmpuovewfnts. In the matter ol church improvements the Presby terian church on tiuutli tiLxth street, near Jersey avenue, has been repaired, with the addition of a Handsome brick front in tho Norman s yle, at a cost of $16,000. 'l lie Catholic church of tit. Boniface (German) is also belnir enlarged ami a massive brick front with two towers is almost completed. Two spires, en :h 140 feet high, wlii be erected on these towers. The cost of these improvements is set down at $20,000. The next structure that attracts attention Is the new ekik railway DEPOT at the Pavonla ferry. The dimensions of this struc ture, which is ull of wood, are 420x126 feet, with a front on the Pavonla ferry of so feet. The root is of slate, but the main building will be roofed with tin. The front is two stories high aud will contain on too upper story ten division superlu endeut aud tele graph offices. The lower portion will be divided Into oitlces for tne Northern Railroad, ladies' room mid general ticket orilce. The passengers' room will bo 00x40 f<et and 20 feet high. Tho total cost will not exceed $40,000. Designs have been furnished for a handsome depot building at the toot of Twenty third street, New York, which will cost $60,000. The private dwellings and tenements In course of erection are too numerous to give In deiail: but those presented here will give a correct Idea of the style ami expense in improvements of this class. Two stores and dwellings of brick, four atones and basement, on flrovo street, near South Seventh, are being erected nt a cost of 412,000 each. At the rear 01 these is another building ol' similar dimen sions and material, ut a cost of 410,000. Frame three story house. 22x40, on North First, between Provost ami Prospect streets. $3,100. Two brick 1 tenetuen s, four stones each, on Prospect st reet, be tween tiouth second and isoutii Third streets, $4,600 each. A four story brick tenement on Prospect street, between South First and South Second, $4,800. Two i.iur story brick dwellings on Grove street, between South Second and ,-ouih Tnlrd, $? ,000 each. Sixteen brick tenements, 12'jx.u each, three stories and cellar, with tlfty feet lot <>n toles street, be ween Pavonla avenue ami Norili First, $4,ouO each. Nineteen tenements 01 similar material and dimensions on South First and M m mutitli streets, #4 ..no each. Twelve frame houses, t wo stories and basement, on the opposite corner. 10.8x.io feet, with lot 60 feet, $4,26 1 cacti. Flight brick dwellings, three stones and French roof, te.vid feel, with 60 leet lot, a' the corner of Poles and South First stroma, $9,600 each. Eight orlck dwell ings, three stones aud basement, 011 Pavonla avenue and West Hamilton sipiare, each 18.Sx.30 feet, cost from $s,ooo U1 $10,000 each. Eight frame dwellings, two stories and basement, 12.8x.ai feet, on the corner of North First ami Monmouth streets, $2,000 each. Elirht similar structures on the comer of .South Second and Monni ,uih sirccts, same price, six brick dw. flings, two stories and basement, each 16.8X30 feet, at the corner of South First ami Coles streets, $.,.600 each (the corner house $8,600). Six brick dwellings, three stories and basement, each I0.sx;tb leet, with lot of ioo teot on Pavonla avenue, between Coles and Monmouth streets, $?,ooo each. Six frame dwellings, two stories ami basement, ea^h 18.sx30 leet, o:? South Second ami Monmouth streets. $4,500. Eleven brick dwellings, three stone? 1 and basement, with brown stone ultimo tigs, on F'lr.st street, ?H,000 each. Two similar buildings oa Erie street, between First and Second, $7,600 each. Two brick stores and dwellings, four stones, on Jersey avenue and South Ktg.itu street, $2:1.001. A four story lirlck dwelling on South Eighth street, near F.rie, $vooo. Seven triune dwellings at tho corner of North First ami Monmbuih streets, $2,600 each, fix frame dwellings, with brick basement, two stones, 011 Soutn Fourth street, near Newark avenue, $3,2*8) each. A four story brick tenement on drove street between North Fourth ami North l-'iftn, $\oh). Three brick tenements, four stories, etch iuXP) leet. on Prospect street, between North l ust ami N".utli second tureeis $22,1100. Drugstore uud dwelling, 26x86, four story brick, at the corner of lavonia ave.iue and Grove stre t, Ili.uoO. FTve brick teneiiieuts, four stories, each 20X36, ou Pavutii t avenue, between Grove ami Pmspect streets, $3,000 each. A lour story brick store and tenement on Prospect s.reet, between North First and Norm See >nd. 47,ojo. Engine tiouse on Nortn First street, be.ween Grove ami Pro pe t. two stories $$,009. Two brick t men is and s.orcs, three stori* s. on Prospect street, tietw. en Mouth Fifth arid tiomh Sixth streets, 41.610 each. Engine hou-e in Morns street, same .sty lo and co-i sstli.it justiiicutloucd. tii\ brick *1 .veilings, lour stories each. I8.v\i4 feu, on Erie street, between Seventh aud Eighth, $?,ouo ach. Two brown s oue front dwellings, three siorles .uid basemuut, in Jersey avenue, between First and tic mod *-recta. $15.out) each. Two brick dwellings three stories aud base ment. at iliecorm rof Montgomery aud < trove sir jets. $U,u0u each. Among the buildings to tie erected in the ensuing year mav Is' mentioned Engine House No. s tti Pros pect street; nve brick ami brown stone dwellings, with Maii-anl roof, three stories and basement, on the corner of Jersey avenue and York street, at a ci st 01 $12,000 eacn; three dwellings of the same Ul mensions In Montgomery street, between Grove and Harrow, at a c.?< of $2>,i)oo; a handsome stone ami brick structure in the English sly c. ut Die Belleville Water Works, to cost i o.coo; & splendid dwelling bouse, two storl -s, brick ami brown stone, wiih Mansard r*sif. on Jersey avenue ami Mercer s reel. to cost $ls,ooo; a brick store and tenement, four stories ami cellar, at the Jun dlon ot Itat'road ami Newark I avenues, to cost $12,0X1: two brick dwellings, four stones and cellar. In the English basement style, on I Jersey avenue ami Fourth -Hoot, $s,boo each; a I bro vu atone front dwelling, three stones, basement, and cellar. 011 Barrow ?treet, between Moutgo.uery and York, at a cost ol $|s.n**). HbtlOKE 1. The following Is an e.-tltn tteof the cos' of opening a'reets dnrttig t.c year J-ur >r *on street, $7 nou ; A-ia-is street, from First to third, $U,ujo; lia ison street, iK-tween sixth a id Seventh, t-Vkto; Ci it 11 sr .-e-. fi.tin Newark to F'lrs', $.1,600; willow *; irom Newark lo 1 li? r-1. IVdon. .lowers nave been made In VYIIIoW s re st, fro ? Third to re*itn a. a ost of $2S,tMO; In Meadow street, from I'nlrd to K ftti, $22 000; In Garden str* ci (pipe sewer), from Mir 1 to Kiovcnih, 4 iS.tr> . 1 It lloliokeii Land and lm| rot mcnt Com nan re openuig WuaUiugiou nfid Hudson streets, irmn -e..mt;i to Tenth. Fn-t ?tree mi; been opened from Men low tothe Pateivn p auk r uul, but the a-- a rno.it has not In en lev ed. 111 i h. Wi'i arc Mat laid in Wlliow -i.eei, iro.it Ten'h to 1 wciflh and from tiecoml lo Third. coml street Is being filled In irom M"mdow to Jefferson. Ilio work of tilth- In. grn ling, c irbing. nagging, laving box sewer an I receiving basin iu Grand - r t. fr?> 11 Newark to '-<? oud. i? progressing. A sewer l? bc.ng laid m Mca 'ov str st, from Eighth to I. eventh. atnoostof $12,000. Newark street is t> ? ng n .ed in from Ferry street to the western boun . y ofthcutv. Slxt*. n receiving basnis are in course of cimstriiction on F'lrst stre* . Eleven reccivng ba-lns hare horn completed 1.1 Newark strct. T.ie cit * 1a ul.io engaged In fllhngln. grading an I Hogging the ai e vaiKs of Adams strt t, Itoiii Newark to 1 Ir-t. A sewer will bo construct' *1 dtirtng the ensuing spring In Meadow strbct, ir on Eighth lo Flev ui... M iiiim the next two weeks a onulract will bogtv.11 for laving the Belgian pavement lu Willow s re. t from Ferry street to t he llackenaack plans road, a dis tance of sixteen blocks. lit" erection of dwellings of ad kinds and stores is progressing with greater r-pi-llty here than in any other part of Hudson county. Houses urn springing up on the tnes lows. tij n Hiberril in expressively re m.i ked, "like musbrootns." F'msy A Meeliun have urecte 1 twenty-four houses within the mist year .11 a roht of $240,i/Oo, John McLaren, of N< w York, is putting tin a boiler and machine shop, loo by 5o leet, at the corner of Adams mid 'Ihlrd streets, three stories, ad brick, at a cost of $15,000. tilx three s ? r\ and basement dwellings on Oardoa street. 1e 1 tween T?i.th and Klevcn'n, $l:i,ft00 each. These house* a-c ol brick, with brown stone stoops and base, merits. Five frame houses, thrte stores, on I ir-t street. $13 so*, two franm *lw. |iinp?, 48X43 feet, in M How street, near Newark, four stories, $s..vm. a Hire.: story frame house, with brick basement, op po dcthe 'a ter, 25x31 feet, cost $'t,.>e0, A frame tlirc 1 iti'ir.'' structure on Gllntorf, between Second and Third street*, sumo dimensions, $3,26'>. '1 wo frame Uousos, three stories, 40x.'6 fee , In First street, $4,700. Hove 1 freme houses, 26x40 feet, three stories, m FTrst street, heiween A?latns nnd Graml, $28,0<>o. A tlirec story ffnm ? dwelling at the corner of Clinton and tier-md sire. t?, 26x54 leet, cost $ 1 ..ssl, A Vine, gar (Mrmry is being ert ctetl st the corner of Adams and Second streets. A three story and basement brio* dwelling, 30*44 feet, ou tiecurid street near Moa'iow, con $:.ow. Three brick dwelUac* In v w uvk Street, four s'ories, $l't,'i*s> egeh. Four house* In eour n of erection, opposite to the latter, by ti c lloiioben Imnd and Improvement company, same price. This company is also building house* in mti. b?w street, al lentil and Twelfth streets. The Ma sonic Hall, lu Washington street, three stories, 30xn<j feet, a handsome brick structure, was erected for fio.ooo. Five hriuk dwellings, four stories, with brown ?tone basements and trimming*, In Garden street, near Nloth, average ?14/4)o. A similar structure, but thna stories high, In Meadow street, cost $13,ism. Two similar to the latter, 011 Mntn ?lreet. be twevn Meadow and Uardvti strveie, vmh i? fe?l fr< nt. tio.ooo each. Social Club Room, on Be ,oud street, near washing;on, a three story brick building, fo.ooo. Two Tour su>r.y brick and brown stone d soiling* on .Meadow street, between Ninth and Tenth, $12,000 each. Two four story brick dwellings on Hudson str et. between Sixth and beveutli, iiu,5)0. Tea similar b illdlugt opposite, uveiage $16,600. Six brick dwellings, turee stories and basement, 13x60, in Willow street between Ninth and Tenth, $7,500 each. Two four Btory dwellings In Garden street, $irt,ioo each. A four biory brick dwelling in Garden street, $16,000. Ma chine shop at the Moms and Essex Uailroad depot, ;woxi60, cost $?25,000. Four three story frame houses ou the meadows, $.s,6oo each. Two three story and basement brick dwoliiugs on Meadow street, between Ninth und Tenth, $l0,oo0 each. Four three storv and basement, brick dwellings In Tenth street. $3,000 each. Two In Willow street, same kind, between Eleventh and Twelfth, aud two be tween Ninth and Tenth, $8,COO each. Three four story brick dwellings In Nowurk street, near tne ferry, $12,000 each. Fohce station (brick) at tne Elysian Fields, $>4,ooO. Ten two story frame houses in Wechawkeu, $u.50o each, stable on Washington street, near Btxth, (7,0ou. Frame building on Gregory's larm at Weebawkcn, 7ox35, cost $45,oo0. Arcade building on Washington street, $6,000. Ex Mayor Ogdon's house, three story an I basement, bri, k, $lo,00o. Four story and basement dwelling on Washington, near Fourth, $12,ojo. BKRUKX CITY. Number of houses erected since April 1, isiw:? S'reala. JVo. Uuiixai. Va'.ur. Grand 16 $10,"too each. Vrcclaud 2 3,000 each. Clifton place 1 40,000 each. Falrview avenue 5 8,000 to 16,000 Bergen 3 16,oo0 to 20,000 New kirk place 2 lo 000 to 15,000 Church 8 20,O KI to 26,000 tones 2 10,000 to 26,000 WesUrtdd avenue 2 10,000 each. Sip avenue 1 10,(KM each. Stuyvcsant avenue 5 4.0bii to 10,000 He Kalb atfe-nue 6 4,000 to 10,000 Palisade avenue 2 4.00) to 10,000 Washington avenue 17 6,000 each. Mouticello avenue ..10 0,. 00 earn. Vettorliu place 4 4,000 each. Academy street (church) 1 0,000 licrgen avenue 8 10,000 each. Total 0.3 New streets opened In Bergen since April 1,1868: ? Montgomery street, Wavuo street. Broadway and six new streets near Mill creek, on plank road, not yet named. Streets and avenues extended In same time:?Co lumbia street, Franklin street, Walnut street, Mamlo ville street, Mouticello avenue, Clinton place, Wash ington avenue. KEWARK. In few cities outside of New York has such a very great change lu the value of real estate taken place within the 'ust year or so as this city. Within tnat period property has steadily increased in value until now it has reached from fifty to a hundred per ceut advance, according to location, ou the tlgures of a year ago. This fact is chieily attributable to the desire ol New Yorkers to obtain eligible surburbau re alienees within easy accessof business. In tills lat ter respect Newark is largely favored. Two Hues of railroad run through It and another Is rapidly ap proaching completeness. The^e are the New Jersey Kailroad, the Morris and Essex Uailroad and the Newark and New York Kailroad. The former has no less than three depois??one at Market street, one at Centre street aud one at Chestnut street. Twenty eight trams stop at, the Market street depot coming and going aud about half that number at Hie others. The Morris and Essex Had road runs about the same number. The depot, of the latter Is located up town, in the northern section of the city, an I Is b> no means as well patronized by Newarkers as the New Jersey. This is owing, how ever, not to the hberaiuy or accommodations of the latter, but from the convenience ot tae depots. Fire long iin* new railroad wdl be lu opera,ion. Ihc au thorities of this road promise largely. They state that uiey will run passengers from Broad street io the loot or Liberty street inside of twelve minutes uud ul less tuan halt the tare charged by the other corporation. A curious lilt e inconsistency in the tarn! of the New Jersey Kailroad is the fact that a commutation ticket to E.izabettl can he purchase! lor liity-tlve dollars, while Newark commuters arc charged sixty dollars, 'the carious portion is that Newark Is nearer by four or live mi.es than Eliza beth. The Central itallroud has a depot at the lat ter place, wuich of course accounts for the Inconsistency, it taxes only a few minutes more tnau half an hour to rule from Newark to New York, so that the City llail aud its vicinity are much sooner readied tnau 1 rom tae subu. <s of Brooklyn, York vide or llariein. Newark is .ntlultely nearer than Westchester county. Having plenty of good schools, churches, public parks, flue drives aud a plentiful supply of excellent water uud gas, It oders large in ducements to pers ms doing business lu the metrop olis, bat di s,rous of escaping tho high reals and iaxe? incident to a residence there. In the central part of Hie city, on the mala business thoroughfare Broad otreet?a piece of property, measuring forty bought til tour feet lront, that was bought three years ago lor $16,800, has been sold within tne past year for $32,000. Anoiuer lot on the same block that brought only $7,coo inside of ten years couid not now lie purchased under $36,ouo. 'The value of residences has increased in a like ratio. Nor is the climax in price yet reached, for scarcely a day passes but the tlgures of the pre ceding one ure placed at a higher a titude. Respect able real estate agents state that people are continu ally dropping In and raising the price of their houses oircred lor sale from $00 to $100. In tne down tuwn portion of tne ciiy, loo, prope.ty Is rapidly Increas ing 111 vaiue. and handsome residences are springing up lu all dlreoilous. :? This Is fast becoming t.m fashionable quarter. Hero is located the Town e id property, covering thirty-six acres, it was pur chased live years a, o b.y fifteen capitalism for $.iii,ooo, mi l laid out Into streets. Kacn shareholder goi ODC lot on tho main avenue, winch extended twenty-four in 1 he rear. Ono of these lots on the mam avenue has sold witnln the \oar for $8,400.' lno rear kits average n sale ot $OJO. From the.-o figures It will bo seen that these speculators have made quite a snug utile sum by men ope rat; .n-n Among the heavy transfers made within a lew mouths past probanly the most noticeable ono In this vicinity was tne purchase of the Crane estate, covcr.ng an area 01 twenty-seven acres, finely located 111 me Etgbiti ward, loruismt FioojOO. The purchasers had previously purchased eleven acres or admitting property, t his has been 1 aid out into streets an i budding sit's, and already there Is quite a Hale town sp; lining up on the pro perty. Houses that rent for ?.60 a year here could not be got lor $eu or $1,000 ni New York, There Is a population rlsiu; 110,000 persons, and this Is rapidiy being increased by accession:} from New fo;k. In point ol fu?t Newark Is in rca.iiy a iui-iro politan suburb?merely this, und uotunig more. Fifty miles away from Now f ork B would lie a gr at mauoifacturing city, compared wuh which it in re ality is a very stow town. munn is pie sanlly situated in Union county, within forty live mlutUi's' rmc trom Now York, audita tut present better travelling faedtttan thaB even Newark, it is tne junction of two railroads, tiij New Jerjev ami tne New Jersey Central, the lauer being decidedly the most Ubcial aud consequently theb hi palrmii/.ed of the two. Hero, as elsewhere, hundreds of New Yorkers find desirable homes and enjoy all the p.ea sunt aud healthy concomiiantr of u residence lu the couuiry, besides ocing within easy rtdo of tho me tropolis. The influx of resMcuter* has here too oe casloucd a woudcrru! rise IB me real estate marker. Within a ycai property lias Increased lu value from flfly io u Hundred per > cut on an uv?r*ge throughout the city. 1 ti ? outskirts ot me city proper, which Includes Kozao mport. lend c.uruol be purchased snot 1 of i J,6oj an at re liiui u jri or ago brought only $800, i.ii ubemport is fast being built up and Is greatly improving in ;hc character of Us resident population, Property here is a i.a 3 more than a lu.irtu as vaiuabla as it Is in Elizabeth proper, i.e.1. estate on Broad stree:, for a had mile running from the railroad depots up to Hie Court lion ??. co tuiiaiids, ou an avcrago. $1,00: per foot. Tills is, however, the mo?t valuable pirt of Uie busui ?*?? centra. The principal streets are Blnif paved wuh the Ikigisu pavement. Hew streets a <* being opened, graded und sewered, and baud, mi- 1 si deuces are springing up with aniuslBf lapidBy a d iu iarg" iiiimirers oil all sides. Elegant stores, too, are under way on Broad streit ami mpidly approach 1114 completion. Even the republican wigwam 11 being couvei te l Into six sjn.i .ousst re*. The educa tional u:id reUirlous latere-' sic here also largely pro Vlded for. liesid. scoiiiam outueoi lesti'resbvteriait church lu tlie (Hate, tlicre are a irunberof handsome edifices belonging to other denominations, and seve ral are now 111 course of construe Hon. Yak ;i as a wiiou Kiualioth is one 01 th ? m >sl d"l.. itfui of eulMrbtui abiding p!ac>s. Upwards of m vty trains run beiwb n it. *0 11 ways ? s and (lie meti op iin. There I are something i.ke 2,600 couuuuiers uu tae two rail roads. . OR IVOR is another dollghtfnl resort ior New Yorkers tn quest of quiet, ho umv homes where rou s ur* light ami taxes accordingly so. It is piettliy located ou the line of the .Morris and Ess x llaiii oad, at>out four miles bcqroad Newark, within forty murines' rule of New York. Although (here hus been s great rise in the value of real estate w ithin s ycurstill the Increase is not nc ir as gre!it us in cither Newark or lhl/.ul)eih. Hence rents ami residences can be bought for con siderably lees money than In either of Hie foregoing places. Neither is thcrj as mm h business her-. Mill the town Is thriving ami being rapidly buhl up. riAfRPI Rf.lt Is Just nn honr's ride from the foot of Liberty street, ir la charmingly located on the line of the Central Kailroad, nml has a population of from 10,000 to 12,000 inhabitants. 1 lus place has experienced some wonderful changes in the mailer of real estate. Transfers to the sniotinr of nearly $l,600,00u ha?0 been enert d In property during the last year. There are ten trains from New York, ami thirteen trains to tnat city touch here, lu the way of churches there are two Presbyterian, four Baptist, one Hutch He formed. two Episcopal, two tpisker, one M<-ihomst and one Cstliohc. There aro two primary schools aud a handsome high school, completed w ithin the year. At the present writing there ale no ie-s than BW houses in course of construction. These ure mostly frame cottages, and are hetng specially gotten up by and for the use of New York cm. I he place Is not yet Incorporated, but applica tion looking 'o thai end will lie inado to the 111 'out Pig Legislature. There ivsonietnu m having tne name changed to Central (By. following suit with It* neighboring Jersey abiding placet, properly hus rapidly Increased In value here *1*0. Butiding lots on nicely graded streets are soi l at from ten to twenty-five dollars a fun'. At some (minis as nigo as filly dollars a foot I* H?krii ami frecfv given, leits average here fifty feet fro.it by .in feet. deep. VI ia altes bring from $h<m to $'.:,00o js-r a -re. Residences, all finished and ready for oec ipslion. can be pur cha*e<i all the way from $2,600 10 }20,o.s). Mi. John son. the I'residenlof lie New jrrsc. Central, has u nuigtittici-ui iiiaiihivu am. ? ktene.m grouu r- ni n.?i place. The grounds cover an extent of lto acres. Washington Parle, covering dOh acres, Is laid out In streets and IB being graded. '1 bis will atf<>r<d elJgiMib sites for a large nuinlier of handaome \ villas. In this neighborhood there are no* m cooree of erection some twenty-two residences. inert art also In course of erection a hatidaoiue fT5,ooo s o. e church for the Baptists and a neat OOthlo frame one for the Episcopalians in this section of thei town. Further on towards Elizabeth Is a place Mown a F&nwood Part. This U being laid out for irMidences like Washington Park. According to the authority of respectable citizens this place is pertect *? from those merciless little stingers for wblwi owjer points In New Jersey are famous, m It has also sn abundant supply ot exceium water and gas. It la protected fr('?1^0 ' ter north and northeast winds by the bi 1 Ridge Mountains, a continual Ion of the orange Mountains, in Essex counts As soon as; ? mated c hange In the Une of the railroad la eJectcn. It is understood that a handsome depot will be put up In place of tne present one. Jn9t beyond i ia,ii fleld, about two miles to the nght of the railroad, u MTNKLI.KN. T* This little spot has only recently been laid out. it belongs to tlie Central Railroad Land Improvement Company, and covers an area of 600 acres, iiie property lias been laid out In Btreeta and set orr In tins 60 by loo feet. Tne prices range from $f 60 to 17 60 per foot. The place, singularly, lai sit uatcd on tlie borders of tUreo cduutle Mlddlesex, Union and Somerset. It forma a corner of the town of New Market, the scene of the Bliocklng Corlell murder some two years ago. A larire suace of ground has been act apart in the centre or the place, fronting the pond plot, for the use of the town, on which to erect a church an i town buildings. The place la In Its early infancy yei, but houses are rapidly springing Into ex.^le" J;*. II is somewliat historic, too, and is V ately in view of tho "white rocka o from i^hich Washington 1b said to have reviewed his arm v. A monument to the memory of the father of his Couuirv Is being erected on one of thosa rocks. An avenue is being cut through to the base of the Uiin, Which will afford a beautiful drive. fhe depot Is one of the prettiest along the entire line. HTLlTlItY YOTEH. The Twenty-aecond regiment are hard at work com pleting the preparations ror their grand concert, to be given to tlieir friends "the ladles of Long Branch." on December 10. The regiment will parade In full dress on that occasion to receive tlie testimonial which will be presented by the ladles, and it is ex pected that the ceremony and concert will be at tended by nearly all the prominent men of the army and navy and National Guard In New York and vici nity. The picture of "The Twenty-second Regiment, during the Bombardment of Carlisle by Jeb Stuar ," on which Mr. W. H. Powell has been engaged for some time, will be ready for exhibition ou that occa sion. The name and fame of the artist are a sufficient guarantee that the painting will be worthy of hi in and of the Twenty-second regiment. The fourth annual soiree of tlie Eighth regiment drum corps will be held at the regimental armory, corner of Grand and Centre streets, ou Tuesday evening, December 15, and, no aoubt, will prove to be a pleasant alfatr. Lieutenant Colonel Edmnnd Cnkart oiTored before the regimental Inspection of October 11 llfty dollars to the company parading the largest number of ipen, thirty dollars to the company best In appearance, discipline and drill, and twenty dollars to tlio coin pany whoso commandment had tho best m ister rolls. Adjutant II. Gelntzeu added twenty dollars to the first named and Major Godlrey, Brigade In spector, was requested to make the decision. It nas been decided that K Company, Captain Charles II. Ratio Is entitled to the first and second prizes and Oampany I, Captain Godfrey Strauss, to tho prize for the best written and prepared must- r rolls, coru Dauv B. Captain Edward Rosenbaum, won the Ad jutant's prize for the uexi best in appearance. The I nionoy has been applied to the uniform fuud of tUo winning companies. The second annual ball of Troop A. First regiment of cavalry, will be held at Central Hall, Nos. 7 nnd 8'J llowerv, on Tuesday evening, December 16. Troop A are encouraged in this matter by Colonel Ilenry Urinker, who was formerly lia captain. The Ejn'b' Malor Madden will also be there to shed the light of his countenance on the assembly, aud there can bo no doubt, therefore, of tho success of the r a l. The parade of the First dlvtmou, National Guard, on the anniversary of Evacuation Day was the floes' we have seen for manv years. All the roglmeuta be haved remarkably well. The solid appearanco of the splendid Seventh: the easy, swinging gait of the Twenty-second, and the ateadlnesa of these aud of tne I Ninth, Eighth and Eleventh was tho theme of general remark. Tlie Forty-seventh Brooklyn was in app ur aucc and the regularity ot Its movements and match mg not a whit Inferior to any of those named, but, on the eonirary, suggesiod tho tuougtit that the City of Churches was running our crack regiments so vcrv dose that It was difficult to determine whetliei the New York regiments could still claim superiority. It Is a magnificent corps, of which Brooklyn Is justly proud. It was erroueou-uy stated that the division did not move from Fourteenth street until alter toe hour specified In orders. Tho order to march was given at two precisely, b it, as was Intended to be said, it was some time alter that when the rtar oi tho column passed into Union square. The Washington Grays, of whom much was nator . . ^. I _ 1... n >1 aliiktv 11(1 rll'lHkd 1 HvJ " ?.niiu^wu v* ' ------ ---- ally expected, did not make n great show ou 1 hanks giving Day. One troop?C, we think?dul not lira oui at all. The commandant of that troop shonhi oe pulled gently over the coals. General Lloyd Aspinwaii. President of the Military ..111,.< vi >t? nf \?w York. Iiai addic s ; 1 Assocatiou of tho state of New York, liai addri. - - - the following letter to the commaudanta of divi sions:? Al the last meeting of this association the following resolu ''"?ThTt .elation provide elzh' guidons, embrihi "roil with t,,eco?t of arms of this association, to bi p.-eseni I under the direction of tho oihoors, to the jest drlued regiment of each division of lhi? State." ... " \ud that a gold medal be provided to be presented to any OnluleJ in ,n in the National Guard who may eerve the entire term of enlistment without hn; log heen absent rttn any o.ua ^"'Ximthat'each Ma^oMlen'rtl appoint thr-eollc -r? to re port to him and tbrounb hhn to the association w.iat regi ment In hie division Is eutitleJ lo the guidon aud wtial meu are enlltted to medals." I mould respectfully request your co-operation to [Conferral tr with the above reaolultona, ..nd that the desired Ininiui.t tion bo forwarded to uie not later than the 1st of January U'\n furnlshlnr the number of the regiment entitled to the ruidnn it Is desirable that eome little outdue history of the command bo jlveu, and also the geuera feature"; which lot to Its selection; tlie tame to be Incorporated in the pubi s, e t iroceedtnas of the association at It* nest meeting to January. TPs resolution In relation b) the m-da,s mud be el we I ?tiictlr in the spirit aud test of lha same, and ai senc- rrora an* cause (even I. unavoidable, fmtu the duties re<iu red be the resolution deoare oua from being entltlsd to the receipt of lb?v'7 luardsman, now a commissioned or non com-nleelonrd officer, who orl.inslly en Mfl as a private sn 1 who has complied with the terrae ot Uis ruMkiUon, will be en liven to tne medal, as hie euoeequent promotion does uol for '' 'ibe'guidoos and medals will be preeenla I after the delivery of Ihc annual ad Iress, on the eveoin, of January 10 nest, and a duly authorised odlcer from the success ul command toe colonel. If possible) should be present t ? rece've th? same, and any recipient of a medal should without tall be present. At n recent election In Company B, Thtrty-scvo th rcinmeiit , prcsld -d over by Colonnl Leggutt, Bnnuiurd A laylorwa.d clecUMl urst lieutenant and Join 1. Kue second lieutenant. A uuiubnr of non-com. Hi am tied odlcer* were also elected on tac situ: evcain t. Ai rop. s ot the Thirly-seventb it Is proper to -ay that ilie Board of officers iiavo ha I a good <U a to contend agal.iM in brlndtig up the rociniciit to i.s prc-ent 3ian>iard of efficiency. The ram. an i ule., n whom in every mtlitnrr organ'zftfton *o nttc" d - pends, should work with renewed vl?''r ru t tlie r, glment and render it secouU to uono .a u.s^i pllno and drill. TH: MI LITARY REUN'OW in micam. Letter from (iencritl Nlirrmna. Uraii (iKNKR.iL?I have yours of November 14. m l will i/lniiy ilo m yon request. If your commit i on Review tnlrik It beat; but an address of welc'itne won Id mon to come with boat aud mo*t nut'irai grace from a resident of Chicago, Tlut, you rem<>iii Ikt, wm the case hero in our meeting lad fail. Stic If you wish it, I will gladly coiiforui, and make tiu shortest aud most pointed address of welcome no elh.e. mi m to leave the uunt tune for the four repi or speech"*. t have recently written pointedly to .en. eruls t<r?nt, Thomas, Sciinuoll, blocum iui I others iu extract an unequivocal pronilao to be there, ami on receiving favorable answrs will write you a i t note announcing their absent, wh n you can |>m> |?n noie*. larn anil to observe that your cotr.mitt to have th? subject well la hand. anil win heartily c m. cur In any arrangement thai von make. Yon truly, W. T. 8HBKMAN. MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. Married. Brm?Youmo.?On Tuesday, November 24, br th? Rev. Ocorge W.. Woodrntr, a. tho beventh ctro t Methodist Kplacojial church, Kbrkbxrh Bui.l. if Itcrinuil.t, to Kuril "mi a. eldest daughter of t.'ie lata Musan Young, of this city. No card*. l'a:irick?A'.dhkwh.?on Thursday, Novemlior in, by Rev. Jamci J. Helm, at tho tesldeuco of the bride's parents, CRARhRs T. Oarrick to Miry, ?laughter of Thomas Andrews, Esq., of rung Slug, N. Y. No car Is. CoRV?BArTTSTR.?At the residence of the bride's parents, ou Morning, November 23, bv the Rev. l)r. Mciione -al. Kxos \V. Corv, of this cltv, to Km ma C. ItAiTisTK, daughter of Kd. Hapllsie, Nr., of Hudson City, N, J. C.?Af u?0 Ai.trwklt.. ?On Monday, November 22. by the Itev. Jus. Millets, at Die bride's residence. Ad:. an butt Cit a nr. late or Chicago, to Miss ADSii Maria Cm.owki.l, all of this cltv. tHOJt.sr?Allairi?<>n Wedncednv, Novcm'rer 25. Mr. Thomas II. Ch'iai.kv, of liiooklyn, to Miss Mi ida t? Al.l.AIRR, of Red Hank, N. i. 44iiirr-'in? Door.?In Hr ? s'vii. at Die residence of the bt ale's father, on fuisd iy, November 24, ..y the Rev. Wsyisu I lloyt. Thus, i.ttims, oi Brooklyn, in Ml^s \hhi.ia II. "iaHii*, formerly of Hudson, N. V. No cards. Hudson (N. Y.) papers pie ise cony. llAn.'Ki.i.?i'ruir.?In i.ns c,n v, on Tlttirs lay, November id, by tho Hev. J. K.Oore, John If aitr. i.d in Marian, ei i.-st dang.i er of l ai.n -r t'rary, V ioliiiiyiuu (L>. C.j I .inc.* pleas cop/. Lttinostos?ypuM-BY.?In Philadelphia, ? on Thursday, November 91 at the residence of the bride's pare its, by tbe Rev. W. M. Rice, Mr. Sam A. Livingston, or New York, to Mies Sakau J. Qpiii.e v, of Phils lelphla. No car la. Pot*?Whitfield.?<o? Thursday, November 26, at the residence of ihe bride's father, by the Rev. B. O. Flagg SamtislJ. Pot a, of New York, to Makt E., eld ;st daughter of John M. WtutUold, of Brooklyn, E. D. No cards. . Texas and Georgia papers please copy. Randalls?Urken.?At the restdeuceof the brtde'a parents, Bergen Citv, on Thursday, November 2?, by Rev. Mr. f owrie. pastor of the Methodist Episcopal chordi. Mr. Rorkrt Randalls, of Bergen City, to Si P|'RB8 A. N. Gkkkn, of Providence, R. I. t..g , Providence papers please copy. Rears?Hayoen.?in Brooklyn, E. !>.. on Wedne*. day, November 24. by the Rev. W. II. Boole, Mr. rauuil D. 8mm to Miaa Ella E. Uaydbn. Died. bailey.?rm Saturday, November 28, John F. Bailey, In the 82d rear of his age The relatives and friends of the family are respect fully Invited to attend the funeral, from his late residence, 172 Lexington avenue, on Tuesday aJWr noon, at one o'clock. * Beukian.?On Suinrday, November 28, at the resi dence of his father, Freorric B., son of John M and Margaret U. BerrUn, In the 23d year at his age. The relatives and friends of the family are respect fully invited to attend the funeral, on Monday after n,oon, at live o'clock, from his father's residence, No. 02 West Ninth street. Boca.?Suddenly, at the residence of his brother in-law. No. 104 West Thirteenth street, on Friday, November 27, Cuokgb A. Bock, in the Mill year of his aire. Notice of funeral hereafer. Conway.?on Saturday, November 28, Patrick Conway, aired 54 years. The relatives, triends and Brlckiayere' Union, No, 2, are resoeeitnily Invited to attend the funeral, from tils late restd-nee, No. H9 Greene street, on Monday a lernoon atone o'clock. Chabtkee.?On Saturday, November 28, of con gestion of the lunvs, Henry Crab free, of New Brighton, I.. 1.. In th ? 44th year of his age. The fnncr.il will take place on Monday afternoon, November to. at half-past one o'clock, at the Epis copal church in Kactorvvlile, S. I. The friends of the famdy are respec'fully Invited to attend; also the numbers of Tompkins and Richmond Lodges, f. and A. M., and of Richmond County Lodge, I. o. of O. P. Cham.?srsAN Cbaio, widow of Jamca Craig, of 09 Third avenue. The relatives and friends are respectfully Invited to attend (he funeral, from 329 East Sixteenth street, tills (Suudav) afternoon, at two o'clock. Davis.?In Fernandlna, Fla.. on Saturday. October 31, Eli as, son of George IV. and Mary J. Davis, aged 14 years and 7 months. Dr Lanper.?on Thursday, November 28, KATV DB r.ANPEH. The relatives and friends of the family are Invited to attend the funeral, from ber father's residence, 257 Delancey street, this (Sunday) afternoon, at one o'clock. - - i Dorian Catharine Dorian, aged 3 yeara and? i months, daughter of Andrew and Catharine Dorian. The friends of the farallv are respectfully invited' to attend the funeral, from the residence of he* parents. No. 231 Mulberry street, this (Sunday) after-' noon, a*, two o'clock. s Dorman.?On Friday, November 27, Mrs. REBECCA Dorman, In the "S<1 year of her age. Funeral services will be held at the residence or. her son. Jatnes A. Dorman. No. 453 Tenth avenue, this (Sunday) afterno n, at one o'clock. The relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend wiHvvut further notice. - 1 Doyle.?On s.iturdav, November 28, after a short Illness, James Doyle, son of James and Margaret Do* le. aged 7 vcars and 10 months. ? The friends and ac ;uatntances of tbe family are InforuiBd that t ic funeral will take plaoo this (Sune duvl aiternoon. at lialf-past one o'clock, from 124 Mu berry street. Dublin and Droglteda papers please '?opr. Oii.Mt.ANn.?On Saturday, November 2S, at th? house of his beloved friends, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer,. J >nv I,. OiLi.it.ANn, formerly or the Brooklyn Fllu* Glass Comuany, In the 88th year of his age. s His friends and tho?e of Mr. and Mrs. Mever, a*? respectfully invited to attend the funeral, from thti house lis iVaverlcy place, on Monday wternoon, a# one o'clock. Hili.varp.?on Friday, November 27, Mary Asm Hillyard, aged 21 years. ( The relatives and friends of the famt'y are respect fully Invited to attend the funeral, from her lata residence, 37 Mouroe street, this (Sunday) afternoon, at two o'clock. ? The members of the Alnmnl Association and for mer pnptla of deceased are requested to meet In tbw lecture room at two P. M. WILLIAM M. BANKS, Pres. Alnmnt. , noFEMtRE. On Saturday morning, November 28. at hi* residence, Captain R. 8. Hokkmikh, aged 64 yeara. t The frlenda and relatives of the family are Invite61 to a'tend the funeral, without further notice, on Monday afternoon, at two otclock, from the Metho dist Episcoool church, south Second street, neap Fifth street. Williamsburg. i Hmoins.?on Saturday evening, November 28, M auy, the beloved wife of Jonn Illgglns, In the 44UI year of her age. The relatives and friends of the famllv are reapect fnllv Invited to nttend the funeral, flom her late r?si i?nce, 77 Mulberry street, on Monday afternoon, at two o'clock. ? < Joyce.?"n Prllav, November 27, WAROAWft 0.. eldest daughter of William and Margaret Joyce, aged 21 rears, s months and 4 days. The finei al will take place this tRnnday) after noon. at one o'clock, from the residence of her parents R45 Second avenue. The relatives and friends of the faml'v are respectfully Invited to at tend w thout further notice. ?. ^ KEtt.r.?On "ri l iv. Novemher 27. n artttolomrw T. Kehy. nged 04 years and 0 months, after fou# mon'lis I'lness. I Th ? rr?m Is nnd relatives are Invited to attend tho funer it from hlslat" residence. No, op Eighth street, ne ir "Irst avenue, this (Sunday) afternoon, at tw? O'clock. / ? Kreian.?On Thnrsdav. November 26, BrtPov* Kffoa- . a native of county Weetmcath, Ireland, In tip 54th roar of her age. " IT w i el ltives and friends are respecffntly invited t? attend " e funeral, from her late residence. 216 Proo m in sweet, nreenpoint, this (Sunday) afternoon, ui half pas' one o'clock. K 'LF'tRH.?On Satnrday, November Krt.En-R. 1 The fr'ends of the famRr are Invited to attend. His remains will be taken from his residence. 6A Monrw- street, on Monday morning, nt nine o'clock,' to St. Theresa's chnrch, where there will be a re-' qnlem mass, after wh'ch the remains will be In-' terred In Calvarv Cemetcrv. > - ( Kf.i.i.y.?In Jersey ottv, N. J., on Satnrday, No vember 2s. of ronsnmptlon, IIcoh C. Kllly, In th? 37th year of his age. /*< ( Funeral on Mon lav afternoon, at. three oVlocM from hts late re?idenoe, not Ronf.li Eighth street* Friends and rela Ives of the family arc regpectfull* Invited to alien 1 wifhou* further notice. > ' I, avtv.?On saturdav, November 28, Mvt.RR t, t Yt vJ a native of the parish of Thillmuckatrany, count# Stleo. Ireland. A, ? Ills reinaios wi'i be taken to St. Vincent de PanTh church. North sixth street, Willi,imshnrg, on Mon dov. where a mass of requiem will lie otTerod for tho repo-e of his soul and from thence to Calvary Com eterv. at tvne'clo-k, Ilia friends and relatives art re-pectmlly Invited to attend his fnneral. I i:Ti.it.?On Saturday. November 28, ofeonsump tlon, John IIl.vry Little, aged 28 years and C months. The reivlvos and 'rlends of the famllv are respe-u fullv Invite I to a'tend the funeral, on Monday nftor nn w, r.t two o'clock, from the residence of Ida moth r, 72 Poncord street, Rrooklvn. ><? 'Ohe.?In Brooklyn, on Saturday. November 2?, Or <t;ob C. Moore, aged 68 years, i monllu and 2i ilavs. , Puneral on Mondav a'ternoon. nt two o'clork, fr >m the re*M?n--n ofhls son, Kent avenue, between Park sn 1 Hlnshlng avenues. Mi ley.?on Saturday, November 2?, jobvpiy Mit vy you"ge-t son of James and Eliza Mu.ry, ape l l yrar and 25 dnvs. Noiir of Itinera! in to morrow's TTeraM, M. it ire.?On Sa unlay morning, November ?s, Jivrs it. MOi ike, late Superintendent of (lie Co* llioilc Piot- < t >ry. in the 63d year of hu? ago. - \ Th > remains wlP be t iken from his late rasldencsL 225 sevnth p'reet, on Mondav morning, at half-pas* nine iViook. to St. Bridget'sc' uroh, tvhere a solemtv , a<s of r muioiii will l?e o.Tercd for the repoao of hint sou', ami 'h i.r foCUvarv Cemetery for Interment.] Th ? r'i*iivcs n 1 friends 6f the I imily, and thr o an h's brother. J- n >vuiiani. his sons, .lamcfl, John*' Itev. lire. Benedict and William, also h'.s hrothern-i In-law Jn?enb nnd James Brady, are respectfully la* vifed to attend th ? fnneral. ??'.? ? 4 Mi isrvHR.? on Rat ii rd ?/ evening, November 58^ Daniei Mrlvta tr. after a Ion* nnd lingering UUices,, Dm notice wdl t?c given in Motrlav'e papers, I M.'I'bty.?(?n Saturday, November 2a, JaaOw* VcVbtt, In hm .!7tli year, a native of the ptrlah t>? Kllloe, countv l/iugford. Ireland. < ' ? 1 Hi ? nmams wt'l h? tnk"n D m tb? msidetfde of his ? pter. No. ?l York street, to tin- York street' chur h. on Mon lav morning, at lull-past icn o'clock, tlmnre to Flafbush for Interment. Irt-la papers plc ne copv. Nemos,?At I.afrosre, wis., on Snudav, Novem b?r 22, Robert Nemov, Jr., of this cltv. son of Rob ert and Mnry Ne'-on, In Ihe 2nth yenr of tils age. Th ? relatives no I friends ere Invited to attend the fnne ai. from Hie lecture room of tha Fourteenth Sircet Frtsbvterlan church, corner Fourteenth street nnd Second avenue, this (.Sunday) aftarsoon, at two o'clock. Nichols.?1 on Prl lay, November 27. athalf pqst throe o'clock In the Afternoon. John A. Nichols, Ll~ ??., In 'he 4'lh year of hut age. The ,<in -ral s rvfci will take pine this (Unndiv) after.ioon. at ihrcc o'clock, at his late residence, :i41 Fifth avenue, ihe relatives mm fne.uu of tha fa'ntlv, with fhu trustees, faculty and students of the college, ar ? respectfully Invited to at tend. By requestor the President t tie students will meet at the college at two o'clock In the afternoon. NEiKAss.?In the city of Boston, on Wednesday, Novo nb. r 25, Jo'tv Ns.nn ass, M. D. The funeral wIM take pla< e this (Sunday) afternoon, at one o'clock. To all Free and Accepted Masons wo-klng wilder the jurisdiction of the M. W. Grand l.o'. u lor the M ite of New York, and jurisdiction thereunto belonging, and national union greeting. Know ye tii.ttjou nre herein n ulflcd pi meet at tho Masonic llail. No. i.i 1\ est MiP>enlli street, at half past nine o'clock M., to pay the mat tribute of respect to o'ir departed brother. All brotbera will jilea?c a|ipear In plain Muhoiim dris-. By order of t'ac W. (i. HI. I. m. w. T1TD8. HEOKiiR suint. II. w. r,. Marsi.ai. O'a'o.ssqr ?en Friday, Novaiiiher ai, jqfbpb