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rmS^OLAM 8AUS1UK WANTS A POSITIOM | tor the holidays in tome book or art ?tore. Address ? *?*?' Herald office. YOUNG MAR QUICK Ai FIGURES AND A SAPID j penman, having some experience in bookkeeping, }y^H * position Tn 4 yooi houw?; ctn fivi ilrst clufls II vCl rmuil *treei. fit?. A Nfrh U e. TBEK1CWNlifl street, city. JYOtNG MAN. acquainted WITH CLOTH8 ?ml clothing. .tesires a situation. wmporarj- or per IkgDf n[, AddlT^ EXfBRIHKCE, Hfrtlti oifice. a ?? Ki<man dhig mam wantb to rax a Jl few more days as relief clerk; aged XL Address J. X.?., Herald office. AYOUNCJ MAS. 18 YEAHS OK AGE, UNDERSTAND tag double entry bookkeeping, desires a situation in an office or as assistant; re trie met, security; will call ou Sturdily. Address J., bos 182 Herald office. ATBAVBLLING SALESMAN?THOROUGHLY AC quainted with the entire Western and Southern dry Mud* trade, and who has been travelling tlx- last tour win for a prominent New York Arm, desires an engage ?s nt by the 1st oi' January. Address BUSINESS, 139 ?erald office. A YOUNG MAN, 21 YEARS OF AOE, HAVING best city and country reterence as to character, ability, ?r,desires a situation as assistant bookkeeper or copyist; ?alary at first fl" per week. Address L. N., Warreuviile, Somerset county, N. J. A YOUNG MAN, WHO IK A FIRST class BOOK kecper, desires a situation as sucli, or would travel as salesman; first clan references. Address BOOK KEEPER, liox 134 Herald office. AN experienced SALESMAN, with LABGB At' quaintance, wants a situation in a good cloth or Cloak hoase; speaks English. French and Ocrtnan; first alaas relerenccs. Address SALESMAN, Herald office. A HOUSE GOING OUT OF BUSINESS WANTS FOR Its bookkeeper aud cashier another situation, can recetmucud him faithful in every respect Particulars ean be obtained of M. A., station A. A YOUNG MAN WANTED?AS SALESMAN TO SELL the retail tunoy goods and jewelry trade : must have ?pine experience : also errand hoy wanted. Address 1. W-, box 1641 Herald office. A MARRIED MAN OF 37 YEARS. with CONSIDERA ble loudness experlcnce In the foreign and domestic trade, foreign exchange, Ac., n thorough, competent bookkeeper, general clerk and French and G( rinan cor respondent, wants a situation In any capacity, ai a mode rate salary ; good references. Address L. M., Herald ?Olce^ Drug ci.f.rk (Junior), with a years' experi ence.wishes a situation where he can learn the hns. Iocks thoroughly; best reference can he given. Address A. K. box 110 lieiald office. I ENGLISH HARDWARE.-'WANTED AN EXPERI 'J enccd travelling salesman, with flrst. class con nection; none others need apply. Address box 2,738 Post office. Employment wanted-by a young man, as a delivery clerk or in any situation in a store or ware house where he might make himself useful: good refer- I ences from last employer. Addicts M. M., box 30*1 Post ?ffiee. Salesman and saleswoman wanted?mist ' have experience In selling lace goods; also lace workers wanted at richmond A OO.'B, 1125 Broadway. s alesman wanted, apply to LORD A TAYLOR, corner Orund and Clirystic sts. w QITUATION WANTED?BY A BOY, 16 YEARS OLD, tO ill ail office; lately left school; test recommendation; bankers' or brokers' preferred. Address J. B. D., 319 &th (t, between 3d ami 3d av?. TO mercantile HOUSES, MANUFACTURING COM. panics and others.?The advertiser of this, aged 30, with an experience of 13 years os cashier and book keeper. wishes to associate himself with an AI house where his services would be received in place of capital; la willing to take charge of the hooks, 'office. Ac., and take the place of general manager; hastlrst class rcfer encc. Address II. A. S.. Herald office. ANTED?A RETAIL DRY GOODS SALESMAN. Apply, with references, at 703 Fulton St.. Brooklyn. WANTED?AT THE BOYS' CATHOLIC PBOTECTOBY, West Chester, two mnart, honest, moral young ?sen a- clerks. Please address, in own handwriting, stat ing salary expected. References required. "II7ANTED?A POSITION IN A LIFE INSURANCE f f office, tor which I urn willing to pay a handsome bonus. Address D. E. F.. Herald office. XA* ANTED?A YOUNG MAN OF GOOD ADDRESS It to sell onr goods by sample; a first class position to satisfactory party. C.J. LANGLEY A CO.. 685 6th av. ANTED-A SITUATION AS TRAVELLING SALES- | man for such articles as require not too many ??tuples, In a young man of experience, with good ret eretice. Address TRAVELLER, box 149 Herald office. ! "MTANTED?ONE OR TWO SALESMEN. THOSE I f ? having experience and a reliable trade in jobbing I Woollens can apply in person or by letter to STIMSON, MARQUyxND A CO., 510 Broadway. w w ANTED?A YOUNG MAN. ABOUT 21 YEARS OF age, desires a situation as an accountant cr as salesman In a boot and shoo or dry goods s'ore; best ref erence. Call ou or address L. D. KENNY, 263 West 10th St j WANTED-A SITUATION AS BOOKKEEPER. C.?R rcspondent assistant editor, or in any other ca pacity where n fair compensation will be given for reli able service, by a minister now without a pastoral charge. Address RELIABLE SERVICES, Herald office. WANTED?A YOUNG MAN, 18 YEARS OLD. WHO ha* some knowledge of the hat business. Apply to JACOBSON A CO., Fulton st, corner Nassau. WINES AND LIQUORS.?WANTED. A POSITION AS salesman by one who is well acquainted with the eity jobbing trade: also an acquaintance East nnd South, and willing to travel: has had considerable expe rience: can give the best ol references. Address A. B., Post office box 613. ll/HITF. GOODS AND LINENS.?A POSITION A8 tt buyer or salesman in linen and white goods de partment: several years' experience; well acquainted with jobbers and retuii merchants; references AI. A<1- I dress G. D. S., box 2,606 Post office. | WANTED-BY A MAN OF SIX YEARS' EXPERI- ' etice. a position in tho office of a wholesale Jewel- I kr; can keep hooks and sell goods; flrst class reference. Address M. N. <)., Herald office. WANTED-NOW OR JANUARY 1, 1873, A POSITION as cashier or bookkeeper, by a young man of 7 years' experience In first class houses; is accurate, rapid, systematic, an elegant penman and everv wav thorough ly competent Address for live days ENERGY, Herald ?Sice. | "llrANTED?A SITUATION AS SALESMAN. PORTER 1 VT or any other respectable employment by a steady, able-bodied man, not afraid of work; willing to make hluisell generally useftil; best rcfercncea. Address tor two days G., box 179 Herald office. WANTED?THEBEY OUNO MEN, TO LEARN TELE graphing, to All positions on new lines. ApDlv to WORL Jt CO., telegraph contractors, 46 East 14th st, af ter 10 o'clock. Instruction, $35. WHITE OOODS MAN WANTED?IN A DRY OOODS jobbing house on Broadway; a thoroughly com Setent man for purchasing: and al?o a good salesman. . ddress, with references and compensation expected, j box 3,'?'40 Pot office, New York. WANTED.?AN OLD established CLOAK AND ! suit house wish to engage travelling salesmen, who Save bad experience in that Hue of goods. Address, with name and references, box 1,425 Post office. -*5# BONUS FOR A OOOD PAYING. PERMA nent position In a wholesale house as clerk or bookkeeper:can give flrst-class reference. Address It ST., Iterala office. iflS 7TH AV.. BETWEEN 38TH AND S7TU STS.-A TTtJtJ married couple wish a situation in the city or country; man as coachman and groom; understands the eare ot horses and harness; also washing light wagons: or la willing to make himself usettil on a gentleman's place; anderstands the care of a furnace; wife as first class cook, washer and ironer, or do genera! housework ; both , Protestants and of American hirtn : best of reference if ' required. Call for two days, or address. ~ COACHMKV AND ttAEPSHKBI. A YOUNG MAN WANTS A SITUATION AS COACH man; good rclcrencc. Inquire for two days at Nos. . Sand 10 East 31st st . j AYOUNO MAN, KINOLE, WISHES A SITIATION as coachinnn and groom; understands his business thorough 1>: will make himself generally useful; best city reference. Address COACHMAN. 104 f'orsyth st. A'** SITUATION WANTED?AS COACHMAN. BY A respectable colored man, who can give the best city reference from last situation; name Elijah Smith. Any application can l>e made to OEORGE SMITH, 218 Wooster at,, lor three days. 4 COACHMAN'S SITUATION WANTED?BY A SIN A. gleuian; thoroughly competent in everything ap pertaining thereto: experienced, careftil city driver: wifl Vig and obliging ; reliable reference. Address COACH MAN, box 222 Herald office. (COACHMAN'S MUTATION WANTED?BY AN EX J perienccd married man with small family ; Is a pood driver : best city references. Call on or addrcs* JOHN, 6i9 ?th av. 4HB8T ? LASS GROOM WISHES A SITUATION WITH a gentleman; has lived with the best t?mll!c? in Eu rope and America; is sober; tlrst class driver. A Mte-s D., box a*; Herald office. (1ARDKM.lt. WHO HAS A THOltOroil KNOWI.EIiiiE X of the boalness, ineludiug greenhouse and graperies, and has taken several prizes at horticultural tali-, u married; the best references astoubilln and character can he given. Address M. C. H., box 166 Herald office. ? GARDENER'S SITUATION?BY A F ItST CLASS GER V man gardener, single, for a gentleman's place: i an silk ; best city reference. Address for two days KLE1N MARDT. 30 Bowery. ClARDENKR'S SITUATION WANTBD.?UNDER I ?tauds greenhouse, grapi ries, ground-, tanning and earcot hordes; is a good driver; married; no family. Ad dress OARDENER, boa 164 Herald office. SITUATION WANTED?MAN AND WIFE AS COACH man aud groom ; the wife as c<Kik and laurn're^; both ?re tlrst class; reference. Can lie seen for two days at *43 West 26th it glTUATION WANTED?AS COACHMAN, OARDENER or tanner: understands the eare of horses and cows; st city reference. Address SCOTCH, bo* 115 Herald ??Ice. ?flfANTED?BY A SINGLE MAN, A SITUATION AS vt prootn anil coachuiau; < an be highly recommended by test employer. Call on or address M. LYNC1I, 121 west iTtti at., for two days, WA1TID-A SITUATION AS coachman am? f" groom, hy a respectable colored man ; nine years' reference iroin In-t place. Address lor tbrdS days JO SEPH IIOLT, Orange, N. J. *iraNTEd-a situation as coachman and ff groont by a youn? man; understands hi- business; gotracitv reference iroiu last employer. Addr. a* E. R , II west 44th st AMTSD-A sift ATION, BY A COM PETS NT, trusty, American man as < oachinr.n and to make ?lmeel/?cnerally usetul; can milk; is willing and obiig lg. Addroos CHARLES, 30 Bowery. WANTKD-A SITUATION, BY A COLORBD MAN and wife, as flrift cla^s coachman and cook; man Will go as footman if preferred; best ol referinee. Call ?t or ?jdre*a 1N> Bleeeker si. F HELP WAKTIill-HAl-KS. HUNT* WANTED?FOR OCR CHARMING ENGRAV lag of "Horace Oreelev aud Family," '22xfi> inches; it should grace the home of every admirer of the (reat Philosopher; lifelike likencsws u eich mnuMr; thou sands are being fold dally. We have also an exquisite steel engraving of "Horace Greeley," sl?e 12x14 inches. Uue copy of each sent t?> any address ou receipt of $1. CLINTON A CO., Engravers, ift Park row, j AGENTS WANTED-TO mi AN IMOUVINS Of "Greeley and Family," one gentleman made ; Monday; al-o agents for a new toy; samples by mail SO | cent*. AMERICAN NOVELtfY CO.. SB Broadway. | AM ENERGETIC ADVERTISING CANVASSER I wanted, for two well established first class illutt- ; trai.'d papirs; situation naviint from WO to f2fi0 per j month; mu-i be respeetabtc and educated. Address, , with references, W. S., Herald office. j Agents wanted?to sell bvttrice a co.'s Instantaneousgrease extractor: It works like manic: can make $:t to $10 per day ; call und see us. 481 Canal at., comer Hudson. A REDUCTION IN TELEGRAPHY to $15.?MKN, women, bov* and girls to learn And take positions; demand greater than the supply. THOMPSON'S College, 20 4ih a v., opposite Cooper lust mite. Errand boy, about i? years of age, wasted; salanr $300 per annum. Applv to JAMES A. UEARN A SON, 775 Broadway. WANTED-A MAN TO TAKE ENTIRE CHARGE OK a liouor store. One having Rood recommendation* n&l can *ive good security will address C. 0., station F, for two day*. "flTANTED?A SITUATION BY A YOUNG MAN TO v> drive und take care of a horse, and to make hlnwelf. UefUl. Address uico. SMITH, Herald office. WANTED?TWELVE FIRST CLASS CANVASSERS for the city and vacinity, lor Dr. William Smith's "HISTORV OF THE BIBLE." Professor Fowler's great works and other last selling book*. Address CONTINEN TAL PUBLISHING CO.. No. 4 Bond street WANTED?AN HONEST YOUTH OF PLUCK AND energy, about 16 years of age; first class reference required ; salary according to wortli. Address INDIVID UALITY, Herald office; TITAN TED?A EBLIABLB MAN TO TAKE CHARGE TV of a first class bar and liquor store; some canltal necessary; a good barkeeper preferred. Apply at DM 3d av.. corner47th st. WANTED-KOR Till: UNITED STATES MARINE Corps, 500 tine, able-bodied men. This service offers splendid opportunities to visit foreign countries on board United States ships of war. For lurthor information ap ply at Rccrulting Rendezvous, 80 Chatham street. New York city. J. F. baker, Captain United States Marine Corps. WANTED?A FIRST CLASS ADVERTISING AGENT for soinethiug new and desirable; also a few can vassers. cull at 37 Hark row, room 31. TIT ANTED?A COMPETENT MAN TO DRIVE A BlISI Tf mm wagon of a manufacturing house, delivering and receiving goods In tlic city; must be sober and pro duce first class recommendation and give security In the amount ol $2,1100; none others need apply lo ROTHS CHILI) BROS. A Ul'T.WANN, i6 and 44 Leonard st, up stairs. Wf ANTED?A SMART YOUNG MAN TO BE EMPLOY *T ed purtlv atofflce and partly at outloor work ; no boy- need apply. Address stating age. salary wanted, Ac., MANUFACTURING CHEMIST, box 181 Herald office. 'II/'ANTED?A YOUNG MAN AS DRIVER; MUST UN VY dei'stainl city delivery and the care ol a horse. Ap ply after 9 at 41 Veaey st. THE TRADES. A MECHANICAL DRAUGHTSMAN WISHES WORK, either in the construction of ?? cifijfon lug Patent Office drawings. W. B. ROBERTS, 24 Clinton lit., Brooklyn._ A YOUNG COLORED MAN WISHES A SITUATION Branch office. _ 4 \ EXPERIENCED HOUSE ANfl FRESCO FAINTER A. would like t? get u lasting situation. Inquire at HOENL'CK'H, No. 1}? 2(1 av. A VOL NO MAN WITH GOOD SCHOOLING, BOTH A iu American and German school*, with some ed-je ot architectural drawings carpentrv andbpokkecD Ing. and willing to learn, desires a suitable position. Ad dress 8., Herald office^ A SCOTCHMAN. AGED SO, WANTS A SITUATION iu foreman over mechanical lalior or ns assistant einrincer: has had a varied experience. hav.ng travelled abroad; thoroughly understands all sorts of common mechanlcallabor and can show first class references. Ad dress M. J.. box 131 Herald office. Boilermaker wanted immediately-a left hand riveter, who can clip and caulk, will find steady employment on application to I RESTUN ? H KERMANb, Corning, V.Y. None but a strictly ?ober rnnii iu>eil apply* _ _ ; rtOPPER PLATE PRINTERS, SHOP AND THREE Presses to rent, with steady work tor two men. Ap ply at EVERD ELL'S, 302 Broadway. III l.E GRINDER WANTED?AT THE ARCADE FILE 1 Works. King Sing, N. Y.: a good workman will be guarantee ! steady woi\ at new list:30 per cent added. PRINTERS.?WANTED, A SITUATION, AS MANAGER or foreman in a news office; references given. Ad dress No. 3 Vandani st. TO JEWELLERS.?WANTED. GOOD GENERAL workmen. Apply to JOSEPH OKMSBY, No. y John street i WANTED-A FIRST CLASS CUSTOM CUTTER. TO I V\ go to the country: a liberal salary will be paid: none ; but strlctlv temperate men need apply. Inquire at 22 n al i ker st, in store. TIT-ANTED?A SITUATION, BT A GOOD PAINTER W and striper. Address for oue day J. D., Herald office. 11 "ANTED IMMEDIATELY?A FIRST CLASS CUT W ter and to take charge of a workroom in a dress making establishment. Address &TOEL, with reler enc. Her uld Uptown Branch office. llf 4NTED?SOAP MAKER: A COMPETENT MAN. VV who understands making fallow soaps, to take charge of thl- branch ot a large manufactory in the WestT Address box 112 Post office, Cincinnati, Ohio, giv ing name of present employers aud lull name of ap plicant, "IVANTED?28 TO 50 BROAD SILK HAND LOOM V\ weavers: employment given either by the day or piecework. Applv to B. B. TILT A SON, 8o Walker st, New York, or at the Phtenix Manufacturing company s, Paterson, N.J. TVANTED?A GERMAN, WHO UNDERSTANDS V* manufacturing perfumery in all Its branches Ad dress. with tall particulars In English,.box IMS Herald office. _ ! TIT ANTED?A THOROUGHLY COMPETENT FORE W man to take chane of the pre?* room In ft factory of bonnet frame < and velvet hats. Address, giving past experience. A. Z., Herald office. FRENCH \I>V E KTI ? EM EM'S. TTNE FRANCAISF. (PROTESTANTE) DESIRE SE U placer comme bonne d'entants. S adrcsscr, Canal st, SM, au irolaieme. I " DES11STRY. *V BSOLUTELY PAINLESS.?TRETII EXTRACTED A without gas. chloroform or ether. ('ombnaotiSeto extremely llgnt and durable. Kubber t*et* $10. 216 Sixth avenue, between Fourteenth and N^t'entli ?2r^T?h8' tabli?h. d 24 years. Ltrs. 1>. BhltllARI) < :*MITH. ASTROLOGY. ^ A TEST-MRS. VANSISR, BUSINESS AND MEDI A cal Clairvoyant und Spirituali't, tells everything, name and dav of marriage; no satisfaction no pay. Ml Second avenu?, corner Thirty-iburth street. Tells irue. HS WELLINGTON, BUSINESS AND MEDICAL Clairvovant tells of business losses, thefts, absent triends; has a rcinedv for drunkenor unfaithfulhusbandj or wives, and gives luoky number* 41 Twenty-eighth street, near Fourth avenue. Call or write. AIADAME ROSA, GREAT NATURAL CLAIHVOYAN T, reveals your whole life, (Voia the cradle to the grave. 472 Canal street, near Hudson. Fee $1. MISS WELLINGTON. BUSINESS AND MEDICAL Clairvoyant, tells of business losses, thefts, absent friends: ha>. a remedy lor lirnnken or unfaithful husbands or wives anil gives lucky numbers. 41 Twenty-eighth street, near Fourth avenue. Call or write. A MEDICAL. . M MAURICEAU. PROFESSOR OF DISEASES OP j\., women; over thirty years successful and extensive practice. His celebrated Remedies, which can never fail, price $9, can he obtained at his office, UD Lib erty street, or sent by inalL ~ A -MRS. W. II. MAXWELL, 111 EAST TENTH . street, Female Physician ; advice gratis. ATHUTH ? MAIH.W PESPARD'S FEMALE MEPI clnes are warranted to remove obstruction*, from whatever cause, at one interview; sure re lief guaranteed; urlce ?ft; board and nursing during confinement. 41 Twenty-eighth street, near Fourth avcuue. Advice Tree. k LADIES' PHYSICIAN.?I)R. H. D. ORINDLE, PRO A feasor ot Midwifery, 26 years' practice, guarantee* sure relief in all temale complaints. from whatever cause ; elegant rooin?, board and nursing. Office 1A) West Twenty-sixth street, near sixth avenue k ?MADAME ORINDLE, FEMALE PHYSICIAN, I? A. West Twenty-sixth street, guarantees relief to all I temale complaints; pb'iisant rooms for nursing. ! i KMT-1>R. MtfABD, 41 TWENTY-EIGHTH 1 A. stri ct, near Fourth avcuue, cure? Indies and gentle ' men in trouble bv a new method ; reliable and sale; call and be sallstled; advice free. A TRUTH.?MME. DESPARD'3 FEMALE MEDICINES are warranted to remove all obstructions, from whatever cause, st one Interview: price $5. 102 West Twenty-seventh street, near sixth svenue. Advice free. Dn MA It V .V MITCHELL ALWAYS lOl'Nl) AT 1,149 Broadway. Consultation free._^ DK. king CURES THE I NFORTUNATE OF ALL di*. a?c? and derangement*; consultation private; one visit sufficient. 14 Amity street, near Broadway. IADIES RISK THEIR LIVES BV IMPROPER TREAT j ment. Dr. WILSON, English Professor ol Midwife, ry remove* Irregularities, Ac., without Injury, luu East Twenty eighth street Sunday office hours from 3 till tf P. M. MRS. WORCESTER, PHYSICIAN, lti CHARLES strc M, between Washington and * cat-Ladies c n sult her on all ailments, Board, nursing, infau.i adoPted^_ - MME. VAN RUSKIRK, PHYSICIAN AND MIDWIFE- I iS years' successful practice : Private lying ln;con siiltution irve. 1>4 East Twenty-clglitli street. MHS PR. WEST. 142 WEST 1W EN TV FH fH 'K. J Female Physician, guarantees relict trom wbaU-ver cause. Hoard and nursing during confinement MME DUBOIS' INFALLIBLE MEDICINE NO. 1? Price $.v only one interview necessary and *ure | relief will l?-guaranti ' d. Conaultullou Ir^m 12 t ? ft ? I a: 44 (irrnt Jonei t Ou ^ H ^f * 1,1 to SAL* ICS AT AC4TIOM. AUCTION Notice. AMP? MTKE At private residence 1)0 W?*?r 33d street, this day (Thursday), commencing at 11 o'clock, JlMOO worth magnificent Household Furniture : ro?iewood Pianoforte, cost $MlO; elegant Parlor Hulls. Velvet and Brussels Car Bsts, Mirror*, Painting*. Bronzes, Centre Tables. Book*, urlains, rich rosewood and black walnut Bedroom HnlU, Mattress^*, Quilts, Blanket*. Table*. Easy <;hair*, Lounges; Dining Room, BaM-ment ami Kitchen Furui tore, Ac.. in lot*, by catalogue. Goods boxed and shipped for purcha-ars, or moved. LIK1-: !? it/.grrald. Auctioneer, ofloa H> >? ??. AUCTION BALK, ?THIS DAT, A* FBITATi residence 124 Went 2rtth street, romiMllciH at 1o?? o'clock, HENRY H1NN, Auctioneer, sells o> er S00 lols by catalogue of elegant Household Furniture, property ot the late J. Isaacs, Esq., \ \/..Ruitevi ood Pianoforte, rich Parlor and Bedroom Suits, Mirrors, Brussel* slid Velvet Carpet*, Oil Paintings. Bronzes. Ornat?nts, "ingle and Double Bedsteads, Bureaus, Wardrobes, Spring and llair Mattresses, Lonnue*. flock*. Bedding. Alio Dining Room, Hani'inent and Kitchen Furniture. Sale positive. A J. IMBOm ROM A CO., AUCTIONKERB. ? THIS DAY, at 18 M.. at Exchange Salesroom. ]S)Kj/lll avenue, between Nineteenth and Twentieth street*. Also splendid Lot* at High Bridge, Westchester county, In vicinity of Arcuiarius nn<l Judge Smith's Hotel*. AUCTION. AUCTION. AUCTION. Kim class Household Furniture. 800 yards Carpet, at public anctlon, THIS (THURSDAY) morning, Dec. 5, commencing at lOjf o'clock precisely, at the four story residence, 113 Clinton place. Eighth street, between Fifth anil sixth avenues, ERNEST ROTH, Auctioneer. Parlor. Velvet Brussels Onrpets, elegant Par lor Suits In hrocatcl, satin mid reps. Mirrors, Tables, Eta geres, Bronzes, Clock*. Turkish Cliairs, Lounges, Bed steads. Bureaus, Washstands, Mattresses. Bedding, But let, Extension Table, rosewood Pianoforte, Curtains, Glass, China, Sliver ware, Cutlery; a rare opportunity for housekeeper*!;hotre to let; goods packed and deliv ered for purcha>crs, city or country. 4 UCTION BALE.?THIS DAY, AT 11 O'CLOCK. VV Cotton Butting Factory, l'l and 16 Inilay street, Brooklyn, tlirec blocks froin Hamilton ferry; Machinery (new) "consisting of I.anper, Wilton, live Carding Ma chine.-, Ac. Business will pay large profits. _____ A^HfcALDWELL, AUCTIONEER. ? Large unit extensive i-ale of new nnd second hand Furniture, rosewood Pianofortes, Cnrpots, Mirrors. Ac. This day (Thursday), at 79 Nassau street, near Fulton, very elegant Parlor. Library, Dining Room and Chamber Suits; Velvet, Brussels and Ingrain Carpet*; lleds and Bedding, Tables, ('hairs, Lounges, Mirrors. Paintings, Sewing Machines, Desks, Bookcases, Silverware, Ac. At 12 o'clock three elegant rosewood Pianofortes. A rare chance for housekeepers. Sale positive and without re serve. Auction sale. $12,000 worth of Magnificent Household Furniture, Pianoforte, Ac., the property ol W. R. Livingston, Esq. On this day (Thursday), at the elegant mansion 36 West Fifteenth street, near" 5th avenue, commencing at 11 o'clock, Drawing Room Furniture, superb Suits, Marie Antoinette style; rosewood Pianoforte, celebrated maker; Etagcrcs, Bookcase, Velvet, Medallion Carpets, Mirror*, Clocks, Paintings, by eminent artist*; Extension Table. Buffet, Linen, Silverware, China, Glass, Cutlery; rose wood, walnut,Chamber Furniture; Mattresses; also Fur? mture servants' apartinents. Sale peremptory, AUGUST MARTINIS. Auctioneer. LLEN B. MINER. AUCTIONEER, Salesrooms tfft Chambers and 77 Rcade street*. BY ALLEN B. MINER A BRO., THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, Dec. 6anU8, ut 11 o'clock each day, at our salesrooms, M Chambers and 77Reaite street-, MORTGAGEE'S HALE of fine modern European Oil Paintings, to bo Mild with out reserve under foreclosure, embracing among them choice works of the following eminent artists, viz. The Gossips, b.v 1'rofessor Sondermunn, ot Dusscldorf. Love and Art, by Processor E. Stamiuel, of DilSicldorf. Willi Flowers, by H. Von Seben, of Brussels. Le Printems, by C. Volllemat. of Paris. Chickens, b.v lie Beul, ot Brussels. The Lovers 'Surprised, b.v C. Boon, of Brussels, Hard Up, by II. E. Reyntlens. ot Holland. Market Scene, candle light, by 11. F. J. Vermenleu, ot Amsterdam. Luxurv, by C. Swintz, of Holland. Feeding the l'ets and Wattle Seller, by K. De Brakeleer and others. ALSO 10 very fine Water Colors, of the English school, by Hayes, Clark, Cattermole, Ac. Alho an Invoice of about 200 tine European Paintings, con signed direct, and never before exhibited, by well known and favorite artists, comprising Landscapes, Marines, Fruit and Flowers, Figure Pieces, Ac., ail ot which are richly framed and to be sold without reserve to close consignments lor foreign account. They will be on ex hibition Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, 2d, 3d and 4th, with catalogues. Allen b miner. auctioneer! Salesrooms 961 'hanibers and 77 Reade streets. By ALLEN B. MINER A BRO., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7. at 101. o'clork, at their salesroom*, U6 Chambers and 77 Hemic streets, nANDSOME HOUSEHOLD FU UNITURE?Pier and Mantel Mirrors, Carpets, Oilcloths, Ac., Ac. Details In time. AKCll. JOHNSTON, AUCTIONEER. Office and salesroom 37 Nnwnu street. GLOBING SALE OF FINE BRONZES, CLOCK'S, VASES. RUSSIA LEATHER ARTICLES, OPERA GLASSES, FIELD GLASSES. AO. JOHNSTON A VAN TAHSKLIi will sell THIS DAY. at 10', o'clock, at their salesroom. 37 Nassau street, tbo balance of importer'* stock of tine Broiues. Clocks, Opera Glasses Ac. ON FRIDAY, at 11 o'clock, at our salesroom, 37 Nassau street 200 line Chromos. French. English, Herman and American. some In vary fine gilt ann rojewood frames. ON SATURDAY, at our salesroom, 37 Nassau street, at 10'. o'clock, SEWING MACHINES, VI?BY FINE. Grovar A Baker's, Wlllcnx A Gibbs', Howe's. Singer's, Finkle A Lyons', Weed. Empire, Davis. Wilson, Ac. Knittini? Machines, Ac, Splendid Cabinet Machine*. Rosewood, walnut and mahogany cases A." THE DERBY EVERARD COLLECTIONI THIRD DAY'S SALE I extraordinary ART SALE THIS (THURSDAY) EVENING. Al?o I RIDAY and SATURDAY EVENINGS, at 7>i o'clock, at the CLINTON HALL SALESROOM, Aster place and Eighth street The Academy of Design, Twenty-thin! street and Fourth avenue, will he open tor exhibition of the pictures until all are sold dally troni 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. THE MESSRS. LEAVITT, Auctioneers. ALBERT R. WALDRON, AUCTIONEER, salesrooms lOd Liberty and 111 Cedar street. THE HALE OF THE SEASON. FIVE CONSECUTIVE DAYS' SALE, THIS DAV, AT 11 O'CLOCK, AND CONTINUING FIVE DAYS. WALDRON A COOKE will sell b.v auction, commencing Tuesday morning, at II o'clock, and continuing each day for Ave days, the largest stock of Goods ever oflcrcd at auction, embracing? Household and Cabinet Fnrnlture, including every arti cle of goods that cau bo used in private residences, offices, Ac. Some of the furniture Is of the most expensive kind; Chamber Suits costing $600; also Beddlug. framed Chromos, Engravings. LADIES' AND misses' made UP furs. l'AUIH AND VIENNA FANCY goods. TOYS. dolls. GAMES. MECHANICS, AC. LADIES' RETICULES, WORK BOXES AND desks. ALL KINDS OF HOLIDAY PRESENTS. AMERICAN AND FORiJIGN CUTLERY. SUPERB PLATED WARE, CLOCKS. AC. DRY goods. NOTIONS, HOSIERY. The Drv Goods in to-day's sale are sold by order of the Executory of the Estate of Mrs. Mary A. Cannon, de ceased. A?rale this DAY AT 12 M. . WILLIAM trist BAILEY, AUCTIONEER. BY V. K. STEVENSON A SON. Will sell thursday, Dt*. tt, 1872, atJS o'clock, at the Exchange Salesroom, ill Broad way', the most valuable Central Park Corner Ijot, ?? FIFTH AVENUE, SOUTHEAST CORNER 90TH ST.. 2ft feet front and rear by 100 feet deep. Directly in front of the entrunce to the Grand East Side drive, bridle path and road for pedestrians: 109 feet above tide water; the highest point on the avenue. Terms easy. Maps at 11 Pine street and 22tj l-'itth avenue. Auction notice -r. t. hazell, auctioneer FRIDAY. December fi, at 10*4 o'clock, at our salesroom, 118 Chambers street, Attractive tale of French and German Fancy Goods and Toys, China, Parian and Bisque Ware, Ac., Ac. Catalogues on morning of sale. R. T. HAZE LI, A CO., Anctloneers, 118 Chamber* street BY DANIEL A. MATHEWS, auctioneer, SALE8 room 722 Broadway, opposite New York Hotel. THIS DAY (thursday), at 11 A. M. and 8 P. at salesroom. Artistic BRONZES. superb PARIS CLOCKS, Parian and Risque Figures, real Bohemian and Llmoge Vases, elerant JardlDler and Card Tables, together with a great variety of new and beautiful goods just imported expres?s'y ior the holiday*. catalog oca and goods BOW ready for examination. BY F. COLTON, AUCTIONEER.?EXTRA LARGE sale of Household Furniture; three rosewood Pianos, French Plate Pier and Mantel Mirror*, rich Curtains and Cornices, Carpet*. Oilcloths, Rugs, Parlor. Dining Room and Bedroom Goods; 20Stoves, Ac. F. COLTON will sell tomorrow, Friday, December 6, at I0}? o'clock, at the auction rooms, M East Thirteenth street, near Broadway, a very large amount ot Household Furniture of every kind "ml description, from lour or five families. These good! have accumulated since our last sale, and will comprise everv description of Parlor, Dining Room Bed room and Basement: also 10or 12 French Plat" Mirror*, three roue wood Pianos, 20 or 30 Carpets, 18 or 20 Stove*. Ac., Ac. BY ISIDOR J. swarzkopii. auctioneer! Sells, 10'i o'clock, at 614 Fifth street, elegant Furnl ture, Bureaus, Bedsteads, Tables, Chairs, lounges Bed ding, leather Bed*. Stoves, Mirrors, Engravings. Posi tively in lots; deab rs invited. SWARZKoPH. 273 Bowery. 13DWIN PBTTINOBR, AUCTIONEER, WILL SELL AT 'J 77 Eighth avenue, tort;. O'Rourke, Cltv Marshal, a lot ot Paintings and Household Goods of everv descrip tion, on Friday, tith, at II o'clock A. M. Particulars to morrow. 1EO. BROWN A "CO., AUCTIONEERS. General trade salesroom 18S Orecnwich street, corner ol Dey. Toj & Tovs. T?^s. toys. Toys. Pale this dav of Hardware. Table and Pocket cutlery, Silver plated W ore. Tinware, Houselurnlshing Goods, Guns. Shovels. Edge Tools, Hat Racks, Handle-, Sieves. Looking Glasses, Ac., Ac. Also a large lot of iaparincd and galvanised Coal Hods also a One ime of clothing and Underwear: also a large assortment of Fancy Ootids, Dolls ami Holiday Hoods in variety. Sale commences at 10.', o'clock. Catalogue* ready. Henry b. herts, auctioneer. SALESROOMS lfi cortlandt STREET. LARGE AM) ATTRACTIVE SPECIAL SALE OF RICH FRENCH ( LOCKS, BRONZES. AC. An entire importation ot new and seasonable Goods, on Friday, December r?. ai hi', o'? Lot k, AT THE SALESROOMS lfl cortlandt hTRMKT, Comprising elegant Bron/.e. Ormulu, Alabuster and other Paris Clock*, in treat varietyi fine Bronzo, Coupes, Statuettes and side Pieces, candelabrus, Groups, Ac., Ac., heinji the finest lot of Goods ot the kind ever offered at auction, which will-be sold without any reserve by <*rdc.r of Ibe consignees. Goods on exhibition eaiij ui, uioralng of sale. > dialogues now ready. SALaKS AT AtCTIOM. H' EN BY B. HERTS, AUCTIONEER. Salesroom* MCortUiltiffMl THIS OAT (THURSDAY. DEC. ?, AT 10^ O'CLOCK, CONTINUATION SALE OF HANDSOME HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, CABPETf, MIRRORS. PICTURES, BEDDINO, Ac.. The bslsnrc of catalogue of contents of a large house, removed from Hateu Island, embracing in part tine maulT? carved and gilt inlaid Parlor Suit, in blue satin; tine walnut ( bamber Suit*. Arraolx?-a-01ace; fine wal nut marble top Sideboard, Bookcase*, flue walnut llall stand. Dining Room Suit, tn leather; Library Suit*, in reus; Hair Ytattrcsse*, Beds, Bedding; Wiltou, Velvet and Uru-?eU Carpets. Ac., Ac. Also, elegant rosewood and gilt French plate Mantel and Pier Mirrors, Oil Painting*, Engravings, Clock*, Vases, Ac., Ac. I a WEINBERGER, AUCTIONEER?SELLS THIS ? day (Thursday). December 6, at 10>i o'clock, at lV* Bowery, a large quantity of Toys, Dolls, Wax Dolls, Tea Pets, Vases Games, Lottos, Work Boxes, Writing Desks and u variety <>t Holiday Presents; also Carpets, Oil cloth and general Merchandise. Dealers especially In Titf'S IB. WEINBERGER, AUCTIONEER?MONDAY, DB . cemher 0. at 10VJ o'clock, at 16M Bowery, trade sale of SO eases of Holiday Goods, Toys, Dolls, Fancy Articles. Ac., in lots to suit dealers only, by printed catalogues. JACOB BOO ART, AUCTIONEER. Mortgage Snle Riverside Hotel. This dav (Thursday), December 6, and Friday, Decem ber 0, at 11 o'clock, at lMd street and Twelfth avenue, carman-vlllc, the entire Furniture of the above hotel, consisting of rosewood, black walnut Parlor Furniture: rosewood, black walnut Chamber Furniture; Cottage Suits, Bedding, English Brussels Carpets; Dining Koom, Billiard Room and Kitchen Furniture; the entire furniture of 90 rooms. Catalogues can bo had at the othee of the auctioneer, No. 1 North William street, on Monday, ad. MATHEW T. HEIRNE. Attorney for Motigdgee. Trains leave Thirtieth street at 8:60 and ID ;30 A. M. JAMES M. FORD, AUCTIONEER, SELLS THIS DAY, at 4 o'clock, the entire Furniture of a large dwelling house at 337 Bowery, consisting of Parlor, Bedroom and Dining Rooin Furniture; SO Carpets of every description, together with Carpeting for housekeepers and others. JACOB BOOABT. AUCTIONEER.?MORTGAGE SALE, Monday. Dec. 9, at 10 o'clock, at ?0 Beaver street, the Furniture an<l Fixtures of a restaurant and dining sa loon; also the S years'Lease of the premises, 110 Beaver st. and 11)9 Pearl street. H. B. Ferguson, Attorney tor Mortgagee. JOSEPH HEOEMAN A CO.-FRIDAY, DECEMBER ?, ut 10 A. M., at the salesrooms, Willoughby street, corner Pearl, Brooklyn, good assortment of Parlor, Chamber and Dining Room Furniture; Bedding, Crock ery, Ac. At 2*g P. M., rosewood Pianos, Parlor Suits, Velvet and Brussels Carpets, stoves, Ac. Mortgage sale.?bv virtue of a chattel Mortgage to me directed and delivered, 1 will sell ut public uuctlon this day. at 11 o'clock, the entire fix tures. Cart, Harness unit three years' Lease of Butcher Shop known as 211) avenue O; also suitable tor a bakery. By order of DAVID ULI.MAN, Attorney for Mortgagee. MARSHALS SA I.E.?BV VIRTUE OF A CERTAIN w rit of execution to me directed and delivered I will expose to sale at public, vendue on Thursday, the Bt.h day ot December, In72, at 11 o'clock A. M., lit avenue C, near Firth street, the Stock and Fixtures of a Grocery Store. H. B. FERGUSON, City Marshal. PAWNBROKER'S SALE?WATCHES AND JBWELRY. It. FIKI.l), Sheriff's and General Auctioneer, Salesroom, 121 Bowery, will sell, THIS DAY, at 11 o^clock, 600 Lots Gold and Silver Watches, Diamonds and Gold Jewelry, Pins, Kings, Earrings. Gold Guard, Fob nnd Vest Chains, Ac., Ac. Also Guns, Pistols, Opera Glasses, Silverware, Musical Instruments, Ac., Ac. By order A. GOODMAN, 31 Centre street. PAWNBROKERS' SALE-WATCHES AND JEW elry.?To-morrow (Friday) JAMES AGAB, Auction eer, will sell, at 59 New Bowery, at 12 o'clock, 600 lot* Gold and Silver Watches. Gold and Diamond Jewelry, Opera Glasses, Guns. Pistols, Musical and Mathematical Instru ments, Tools, Fancy Goods. Bv order of D. DeMing, 299 East Broodway, and C. Cudlipp, 269 Spring street. PAWNBROKERS' SALE.?THIS DAV, JAMES AGAR, Auctioneer, will sell at 59 New Bowery, 600 lots men's and women's Clothing, Blankets, Quilts. By order of John J. Kelly. 20S First avenue, and George Cudlipp, East Twelfth .street PAWNBROKER'S SALE.?THOMAS J. M'ORATH, Auctioneer, 133 Chatham street, will sell this day, at 11 o'clock, 600 lots of Men's and Wimen's Clothing, Dres<es, .shuwls. Remnants, Qui It", Blankets, Bedding, Boots. Shoes, Ac. Also ('oats, Pants and Vests. By order M. Levy, 78 Grand street RICHARD WALTERS, AUCTIONEER.?HOUSEHOLD Furniture, Pier and Mantel Mirrors, Brussels Carpets, Ac.?Will sell on Friday, at 11 o'clock, at salesroom, 27 East Broadway, a large and general assortment of first class Parlor, Bedroom, Dining Room and Kitchen Furni ture; two Suits Parlor Furniture in reps, French Piste Mirrors. Bedsteads, hair Mattresses. Wardrobes, Ac. Sals positive. SHERMAN, AUCTIONEER. ? Wines and Liquors, bourbon and Ryo Whielcoys, Ac.. Friday, December 6, at 11 o'clock, at the salesroom, 13 Bowery, a large and general assortment of casks and eases fine Brandies, <lin, Rum, Ac.; also :w casks of Im ported Sherry, Port ami Ktilne Wines, 05 barrel* choice old Bonrbon and Rve Whiskey; also a large lot Liquors, cases and baskets, iron Safe, Ac., being tho entire stock ot a dealer. Sale positive. Til OS. OAFKNEY A CO., AUCTIONEERS?OFFICE No. 6 (Centre street, will sell this day, at two o'clock, the Stock and Fixtures of the first class Confectionery Store 209 Blcecker street, positively, in one or more lots. rnHOS. OAFFNEV A CO., AUCTIONEERS?OFFICE 1 No. 0 Centre strcot, will positively sell, this day, at 11 o'clock, the Lease, Stock and Fixtures of the 'Liquor Store 5M Tenth uvenue, corner of Forty-first struct, con sistlng of a large stock of fine Liquors, 13 hogsheads old Ale, all paid for. CITY REAL ESTATE FOR SiLK. Bait Side. A?FOR SALE, ON TWENTY-THIRD STREET. . near Fifth avenue. 50 feet Front, with entrance on Twenty-second si reel; this property will bo sold nt much less thnn Its value to a prompt purchaser. Apply to H. It. DREW A CO., UA Fifth avenne. A?FIVE LOTS FOR SALE, ON A WIDE STREET, . only 500 teet from Central Fork; all excavated and hewers connected: terms ea?y. H. R. DREW A 00., 135 Fifth avonue._ A?JUST OUT OF FIFTH AVENUE, FULL SIZE . new modern Houses on Forty-eighth, Forty-ninth. Fifty-third, Fifty-sixth, Fifty-seventh and Stxtv-*ocond streets. Some bargains. V. K. STEVENSON A SON. 111'ine street and 22ti Filth avenue. F AT a BARGAIN.?212 EAST THIRTY-THIRD STREET; rented to first class tenant tilt May for $l,:jOt< per vear, three story high stoop brown stone. Inquire of owner. L. MENDkLSON, 76 Nassau street, room 1. A LARGE NUMBER OF HOUSES, FINISHED IN hardwood, for sale by JAMES FETTRETCH, on Lex ington, Madison and Fifth avenues .and almost everv cross street, at reduced prices; also a brown stone House and Carriage House on Thirtieth street, $25,000; one on Sixty-second street, $7,600; and one on Seventy-fourth street, $8,000. Apply at SJSM Sixth avenue. A HANDSOME FOUR STORY BROWN STONE Dwelling, 20 feet front, near the Central Fark en trance, for sale at a bargain; one on Lexington avenue, Murray Hill; both In perfect order and very desirable. O. G. BENNET, No. 9 Pin- street. A?LOTS FOR SALE, REASONABLY. ? 40th st., near Sth av., 3 full lots. Central Park, corner Sth av., at Circle. 1 lot. Grand Boulevard, southeast corner 78th st., 51 feet. USth St., between Central Park and Boulevard, 10 lot*. 10th av., corner 116th st, 4 extra choice lots. V. K. STEVENSON A SON, 11 Pine street and 220 Fifth avenue. OR SALE-TWO MEDIUM SIZE FOUR STORY high stoop brown stone Houses, finished In hard wood, equal to any In this city. In Seventieth street, just east of Fourth avenue, which is tunnelled; location ex cellent; price low; terms easy. Apply on the. premises. 710R SALE?A BEAUTIFUL COTTAGE-BI'ILT MOUSE r Forty-seventh stree', near Fifth avenue; Colum bia ColleiiC leasehold; at a low figure; possession. Apply at once toB. H- LUDLOW A CO, No. 3 Pine street. 3D AVENGE IlOUbC AND LOT, WEST SIDE, BE low Thirtieth street, 28xi:.'*\1 with a four story brick, will be sold very cheap for wisn; thl< is n good ehancc. Apply at once to JOHN FETTRETCH, 1,096 Third avpllBP. 5TH AVENUE, NEAR FORTY-FIFTH STREET.?EIjE gant medium sized House, only $70,000; near Filth avenue, Fifty-sixth street, full size house. $00,10); Park avenue, near Thirty-seventh street, full ^ize House, only $30,(100. All in fee. V. K. STEVENSON A SON, II Pin* street and 226 Fifth avenue. CTH AVENUE, NEAR FORTY-SIXTH STREET.? ?J Handrome and attractive toar story brown stone t^^order; price $61,000. Apply to E. H. LUD 1MQ SECOND AVENUE?FOB SALE, AT A MODE JL"*7 rate price; is roomy, convenient and In com plete order; lot24x100 lect Apply on premises, or at .it) West Fifty-fourth street. "West Bide. A PLOT OF 25 LOTS FOR SALE?ON THE UPPER end of this Island; high ground, fine location; ex tensive view ol the Hudson, Ac. H. R. DREW *CO., 155 Fifth avenue. A?GREAT BARGAINS IN LARGE AND SMALL ? Parcels In the upper end ot this city; Dyckman Plots at low figures. POTTER BROTHERS, Nos. 4 and (Warren street. A FOUR STORY IIIGH STOOP 20-FGOT BROWN stone House for sale; in perfect order; elegantly furnished ; on Forty-eighth street. In that desirable block between Sixth and Seventh avenues; convenient to Broadway And Fifth avenue. V. K. STEVENSON A SON, 11 Pine street and 226 Filth avenne. A FOUR STORY BROWN STONE HOUSE FOR HALE or to lease; on restricted ground; hard wood trim, 72 West Fifty-first street; terms to suit. Apply to HENRY M'GUCKIN,928 sixth avenue. Avery cheap houpe?tenth street, close by Fifth avenue: Thirty-eighth street, three story brown stone, $18,000: a beautiful House on Park and Filth avenues. POOLKY A CO.. 23 Union square. FOR SALE-FOUR STORY BROWN STONE HOUSE, 324 West Fifty -eighth street, west of Eighth avenue: three story brown stone House, north side 116th street, third house east of Ijexlngton avenue. Apply to BRAD LEY A CURRIER. 54 find M Dey street f*OR SALE AT A BARGAIN?24 LOTS ON 132D AND ISSd streets, 100 feet west of Seventh avfnue. Apply to J. KOMMNE IIHOWN. 1,2*0 Broadway; TO CAPITALISTS.?FOR SALE. FOUR OF THE choicest Lots on this Island tor first class private Dwellings; they are all excavated, sower connections made and in a very healthy and choice location, below the Park: price and terms reasonable; also a choice Plot on Filty-nintli street, between Fi/lh and Sixth live nues, Immediately in Ironi of the Park. This will bo soid dirt cheap on ar i onnt of the Boston nre. J A s K. WATRRLOW, 8*1 Slxtli avenne, between Forty-ninth and Fliticth streets. It'EST FIFTY-EIGHTH STREET, NEAR THE GRAND \f Circle.?A new and desirable four si?rv House, 22x50xl"?; will be sold tv? AtmlvtoK. U. LUDLOW A CO., No. 3 Flue str*?u CITY RBI AX EmTBFOH liXB. Weil ?Me. 5TH AVENUE, NEAR washington SQUARE, HIGH htoop Dwelling, 27x90; lot 100; splendid order; band Mine Ij furnished: only $o0,000; de?irable*?tilor's lease hold. V. K. STEVENBONA SON, 11 floe street and 06 Firth avenue. OQ WEST FIFTY-FIFTH STREET FOR SALB-MB ?i ?7 dlum ibe, inwleratc price; arranged lor comfort and convenience; French mantel mirrors, parlor trim ming*, Ac., by Puttier A Stymus. Apply on prwmlaea. BROOKLYN PROPERTY FOR BALE AND TO LET. HERALD BRANCH OFFICE?BROOKLYN. ADVERTISEMENTS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD RECEIVED AT OUR BRANCH OFFICB, IN THE LONG ISLAND SAVINGS BANK BUILDING, CORNER OF FULTON AV. AND BOERUM ST. OFFICE OPEN FROM 8 A. M. TILL 8 F. ON SUNDAY FROM 8 TO 8 P. M. CARRIERS AND AGENTS' department NO. 7 FRONT STREET, BROOKLYN. Brooklyn heights.?for sale, very cheap, the modern three story brick House 12 Pineapple street; price $6,760: location unsurpassed. DRAKE A CO.. No. 9Witloughby street, Brooklyn. For sale?a large brown stone house, on the corner, near the City Hall, price $13,000; $8,000 on bond and mortgage at 8 per cent DRAKE A CO., No. 9 Wllloughby street, Brooklyn. For sale?a substantial three story brick House, on Water street, near Jay street, live min utes' walk of Fulton and Catharine ferries; price $3,600; mortgage $2,000; rents $450. DRAKE A CO., No. 9 Willoughby street, Brooklyn. IilOR SALE OR TO LET?A VALUABLE 10 YEARS' 1 Lease of Ground at i.'reenpolnt, 725x100. facing on two streets with 100 feet dock front; on the said ground is u very substantial frame building, 100x60and30 feet high; also a brick building, containing an 80 horse power engine and boiler with shafting, all new. Apply to H. TAYLOR and J. ANDERSON, No. 7 Bowling Green. For sale?one of the cheapest corner Store Properties in Williamsburg; also a double Tenement House, all new; terms very easy; a bargain if scld immediately. Also a two story House lor $2,%UL JOHN B. STEVENS, 408 Oraham aveuuc, Williamsburg. \rEBY DESIRABLE FOUR STORY BROWN STONE v front House, on Colnmbiu Heights, Brooklyn, to rent, furnished, with unsurpassed view of the bay, tor $200 per month. Inquire at No. 4 West Twenty-eighth street WKSTCIIKSTF.lt COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OR TO REHT. At morrisania. melrose, fordiiam and throughout Westchester county?Houses, Lots, Building Sites tor sale. Also Mortgages bought or sold. DITCH ETT, No, 2 New Chamber* street, third floor. Ijlor sale?IN WESTCHESTER, 15 MINUTES' ' walk from Harlem, Uouse and Lot, furnished or on fUrnished, on easy terms, as the owner is going to Cali fornia. Call for five duys at 196 Tenth avenue. BIOR SALE-IN WESTCHESTER COUNTY, A COUN try Residence, with ten acres of Land: a good two story house, with an extension ; a large barn and a two story carriage house, a flue apple orchard and plentv of other fruit and shade trees; location healthy; 1*4 miles from the New Haven Railroad station, Portchester. For terms apply to O. D. chandler, King street road. A?SEVENTY-FIVE ACRES OF LAND FOR SALE, ? near White Plains, Westchester county, Ave min utes' walk from depot; terms and price made to suit. 0. S. PECK A CO., 951 Broadway. JERSEY CITY, HOBOKEN. HUDSON CITY AND BERGEN REAL ESTATE. For Sale. FOR SALE?A COSEY COTTAGE, ON IER8EY CITY Height*; seven large rooms; water and gas and tilled in with brick; very low and onsy terms. address COT TAGE, Herald office, or cull on JOHN DEAN A SON, Montgomery street, Jersey City. Lots von sale in bf.rgen point, j. c.?apply at 11).'I Sixth street, Brooklyn, E. D. PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO RENT. All wanting farms.?for sale, to farmers, gardeners and larm laborers irotn the Old Country, good Farm Lands (virgin soil), at $25 per acre, on six years' eredit; the soil is a good protective loam, near tho great markets of New York and Philadelphia, by rail road, where from 20 to 40 acres constitute a good farm, when partly planted to (fruit ; lroni this locality a sfreater quantity and variety of fruit is sent to market than from any other place of equal area in the United States; it is in the midst of a thriving community, with good roads, stores, schools a d manufactories; lemale members ot families and others can proaure work at straw sewing, shoe work, buttonmaklng, clothing work and other branches; many English, Irish and Scotch farmers have settled und are prosperous; numbers of gardeners from the vicinity of New York are locating; papers containing fttll information will be sent tree or charge. Address C. K. LANDIS, Vlnelaud. N. J. A GENUINE SACRIFICE.?MUST BE SOLD, FIFTY acres of choice Land, in this State, with good build ings, near a town; price only $1,250. WM. FITZSIMMONB, 24S East Thirtieth street. CIOSEY COTTAfJE?8 ROOMS. % ACRE, CARRIAGE J house; groundselegaut, beautiful view of Bay; sur roundings iirst class: five minutes' walk trom Staten island terry; $4,1*10, terms easy. DARRIN.60 Broad st Farm?ioo acres; great bargain-, iya hours trom New York, halt a mile from railroad ; neat build ings; plenty of fruit, S aetescranberries; $5,500; worth $8,000; terms to suit. DaRRIN. 50 Broad street For sale?vineyard. 10 acres, good varie ties. in full bearing:ftilly trcllined and In good order; new building* near l4tke Ken tea or Crooked Lake and on a macadamized road: 4t? miles from Penn Van, Yates county, N. Y.; one ot the most beautiful sections of the State; with little more than half a crop has paid more than 12 pur cent net this year, as can be satisfactorily shown; good schools, rouds, hunting, boating, bathing and fishing; three steamboats on the lake; no better place for a Summer residence. Address E. LONO, 61 Liberty street, New York. .- ****? MBTATK waitso. ' W"Mrj'/iiuuPLLQ?g?p co**br Lot] o2 wHlt?eBd full p?rUcuUrii tu OWNSB^ Ih?x 136 HeraliS WILL PAY CASH FOR GOOD WBBTKH\ r ivnfl with Rood title* Address.?^.?. ana price expected, 0. B., Herald office. k?c?u??is Bl'SIWEM OPPORTUWITIK^ A?$2.\OOX?WANTED, A PARTNER IN AN KOTArI ? llshed ladies' aboe business. Address JEFPRbSl 1,179 Broadway. ^ A GOOD BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY FOR A PER. ton with a small capital.?A Retail Fancy and Milli nery Business for sale, which is doing a large cash bntf.l new; has been in existence for 13 years; has a present lease ol six years at a low rent; terms easy; open for In-* spec tion at all hoars of the day. For particulars inauir* at the store, 284 Third avenue. A COTTON BATTING FACTORY?AT IS AND IS Imlay street, Brooklyn, three blocks from Hamilton terry, tor sale this day by auction, at 11 o'clock. See Aw tion column. A PARTNER WANTED?WITH $6,000 TO $M,0M cash, to Join a party in the manufacturing of artifi cial flowers; first class trade established. Address, foe two days, statins where an Interview may be had, K. H.. Herald office. A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY.-HALF OR WHOLH Interest in an oyster, lee cream and confectionery] store, in Brooklyn, doing a splendid business, tor salej Apply at 98 Murray street, New York. ANY RELIABLE MAN, WILLING TO TRAVEL. AND having $1,900 capital, can meet with the best op portunity tor making money ever offered, by applying* at 106 Broadway, room it. A PARTNER WANTED?HAVING A FIRST CLASS account to join the advertiser, who bos an A1 ac count staple line of goods, selling to the wholesale notion* gentlemen's furnishing and dry goods trade. Address STANDARD, Herald office. A WIDOW LADY OP LONG EXPERIENCE ANI> thoroughly competent, and having a large quantity; of first class lurniture, wishes to meet with another lady of tome ready means, and who can give undoubted refer ences o/i to character and pecuniary responsibility, who? will join her in completing the furnishing of and carry ing on the business of ono of the very best located first class private boarding bouses in this city. Address Mrs. M. L., box 1,709 Host office. A ONE-HALF INTEREST IN A CASH MANUFACt turlng business for sale ; staple article; large profits} in full operation; will bear the closest investigation. GRAY * CO.. 43 Dry street. Any man who can command a few hundred dollars cash can have a rare opportunity to engage' in a legitimate money making business, whereby $29* day net profit can be realized; none but responsible par ties need apply. Call immediately, tor four days, at HI Harrison avenue, between Rutlodgc and Penii street** Brooklyn, E. D. ALE AND PORTER BREWERY.?PARTNER WAN1* ed, in a business already established, one hour's rid? lrom New York; to the right person an excellent oppor tunity is offered. Address BREWERY. Herald office. AN OLD ESTABLISHED WHOLESALE HOUSE, SITJ uuted in the largest interior city in the United State*, favorably known throughout tbe trade, commanding an annual business of over two million dollars with thriving retail merchants, in the most prosperous section of the' country, would accept, January 1, 1878, $100,000 to $180,000, special or general capital -, arrangements can bal made prior to that date lor the investment of above! amount, to take effect from that. time. For additional in formation persons with capital to invest may make ap plication to the undersigned, whose references are such' men as J. D. Vermilye, President Merchants' Bank ; Geo. W. Duer, President Hank State of New York; Henry Clews, 34 Wall street, Ac. CIIAS. (}. OAHLGREN A CO.. 112 and 114 Broadway.? FOR SALE, TO LET OR EXCHANGE?A PLANTA tion in Virginia of 600 acres, with a largo oyster front, near steamboat landing, oil York River, underlaid witU marie. Address OWNER, Herald Uptown Branch office. Half city and half country life.?for sal*. Residences and Gronnda, absolutely un rivalled, considering cost; unusual advantages of city and suburban lite charmingly combined; at Pough keepsie, N. Y., the finest residence, city on the Hudson, noted tor Its health, thrift, intelligence and superior ed ucational advantages- 11 private schools; access by boats and trains at all hour*. Apply to J. A. WOOD, 24) Broadway. RIVERSIDE, NEAR stamford.?SEVERAL BKAU tlfnl Residences tor Mile, various sizes, with and with out modern improvements and Mi ore Ironts; healthy; all trnins. Address J. W. ATWATEH, Riverside station. REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE. A WELL PAYING LTVKRY STABLE FOR SALE OR exchange, with Stock and everything complete, doing a first class business; pays 40 per cent, net profit; 10 Horses, 8 Clarences, Coaches. Sleighs, Light Wagons, Ac., all In first rate order; buildings cont-ist of Stable, with 21 Stalls and Store; owner sells on account of health; will exchange lor a good Farm. MONTFORT A FRANCE, 178 Broadway. A VALUABLE MINING PROPERTY NEAR CITY, TO exchange for a large, first class Farm, fully equipped, worth ovor $20,000. Address MINING FARM, Herald office. A plot OF SEVENTY-ONE ACRES ON LINE OF New Jersey Central Railroad, free and clear, suitable for building lots, to exchange for New York or Brooklvn Property. T. OLIVER CARTER, No. 4 Pine st, room 10. IllXCHANGB?SEVERAL BROWN STONE HOUSES, 'J centrally located, below the Park, lo exchange for other property and mine raj-h; also country lor city. BELLAMY brothers, No. A&Pine street. 1 EXCHANGE?94 acre FARM, near THE HUDSON; U excellent soil; good buildings; price $'>,000; also some very cheap Jersey and Orange countv Farms. D. FRANCIS t.TRLEY, 12 Centre street I7IIGHT FULL lots, ABOVF. 100th street AND 'j near Eighth avenue, to trade for Tenement or French Flat; west sidC JWcrrcd. HOWELL A HURST, 909 Third avenue. FOR EXCHANGE?20,000 ACRES OF LAND, IN WHITE countv, near Sparta, Tenn., for Improved Property in New York city or vicinity. THOMAS D. ROBINSON, 20 Nassan street For exchange for house in brooklyn-a Plot ot HO Lots near Elizabeth, N. J.: eiaht. minutos' walk of depot; rapidly improving neighborhood; price very low; terms easy. Address O. M. S., box319Post office. For exchange?three brick houses, well rented, In Brooklyn, lor well located Property near depot and within one hour ot New York. Call on or address 11ARLEM A BARNI M, 364 Broadway, corner of Franklin street For sale or exchange?for a fifth avenue Corner House, or Lots on said avenue, between Thirty-tourth and Flttv-slxth streets, one of the best lo cated Properties (consisting of SH acres) In Jersey City, only 20 minutes from the loot ol Cortlandt street, New York, with railroad through the property, as an invest ment tor capitalists or for manufacturing parpOsM. The above property cannot be excelled Cor location, price, Ac. Applj to llOMbR MOROAN, No. 2 Pine street FOR SALE?OR EXCHANGE FOR LOTS LOWER part of Westchester county, 76-ae.re Country Seat 40 miles in New Jersey; no encumbrance. E. M. mason, No. I Chambers street For sale or exchange-a fivb story dou. ble Tenement; price $2ft,?00; now well rented:city lota taken. F RANCIS crawford, 119 Broadwuy or 960 Third avenue. For rale or exchange-one of the most elaborately finished 2ft feet brown stone Houses on Lennox Hill; city lots taken and cash paid. francis CRAWFORD, 119 Broadway ol 960 Third avenue. House at tenafly?mitst be disposed of; cannot pay interest now due; will give good trade; Call and make offer. WILLIAM PEARCE, 206 Broadway, room It S AND OTHER PROPERTY TO EXCHANGE? Some under foreclosure; cannot pay interest; will splendid trade; Western or Southern Lands; any thing. TAYLOR, 200 Broadway, room 11, rpo EXCHANGE?FOR NEW YORK STATE FARM, J three ellvibly located Houses In Brooklyn; also brown stones In Forty-ninth and Thirty-tourth streets, New York; whole or part ARKELL, 913 Sixth avenue. Tennessee property, value $2,000. wanted? In exchange tor Patent Right ol a novel and secure l.o< k of established worth, already introduced. Addrese LOCKSMITH, corner Thirtieth street and Sixth avenue. iinnnn-oBARoi to secure fine five ?FA" V'v". story Houses and Stores on a corner on ? venue B, or would exchange tor House on west side or l'lacc In the couuti>. Ovt uer, 429 West Sixteenth street rvUEEN w Somi give splet \ ?ADDITIONAL CAPITAL PROCURED lor merchant*. manufacturers and others. Persons witto SS.'Mi3f"SWS. tS^! o.TSf snjs c.t. j?b?i?k?w" Financial and Business Agents. W Broadway. 4 TEAM AND GOOD.WILL OF A 30 YEARS' E8TAB A li?liod Route in the Drug, Cigar and t?u''>*rI?d?s vicinity ot this city, lor sale. Apply to L. P. RLbD, w Dey street . A MAN HAVINO IIORHE AND BUGOY AND NOj employed this winter can meet ?n o*M;ilcn< opportunity tor making money, call on HUDSON, iH Broadway, room li). \ OOOD OPPORTUNITY OFFERED.?A PARTNERS A wanted in a tea, coffee and fancy grocery, long es tablished, doing a large caghjtrade;coraerstow. location unsurpassed; ?J,800 CMft wanioo. m CHEN V, box 126 Hcraid office. A N OPPORTUNITY OFFERED TO * 4X)MPETENT^ A business man to.seciire in'ero?t wi^^rvice?. tn*| legitimate business; a few hundred dollars requisite, cam at 37 Park row, room 3L - 4 CT1VK PARTNER WANTED?HAVINO ABOUT $9Q^ A to take half interest in the "y^t^fiTttached* lil with confectionery store and iiiRniilictory attatneo, 1 years esUblished. Apply at 758 Eighth avenue. i \, W IN OFFICE, with SOME CAPITAL; CAM" A. have salary or interest In busineM; security glvow for money, Agents. 29* Broadway^ ARFflPECTABLE FIRM OF BOOT AND 8HOB5 dnalers and manufacturers, doing a good huslnefl* und desirius to extend it, will admit a young man, with a i It]frnm %4 000 to $6,000. as a partner; knowledgei otfhe business not essential. InqutricSjto be bv letter to the first iDKlance, ? Mr' JODN ** WRIGHT, attorney at law, 61 Wall street. _ "7 ? M non TO 150.000 FOR INVESTMENT BY enbr WT Broadway. ^ere,.ces:-PrestaenU Merchants Fourth National and Mercantile Banks. For RALE FOR $6,000 OR TO EXCHANOE FOR M New Jersey farm?A well established Manufacturing Business In Extracts and tine Groceries. Apply ttr OBIGG8, CARLKTON * CO., IW Broadway. _ OTEL MEN DESIRING TO UNITE WITH TIIE 8UB ?crIber ln building Hotel for Summer and Winter house guaranteed first clam investment, best location in country, address H. G. EASTMAN. Poughkoepste, N. 1. t MUST LEAVE NEW YORK, AND WILL SELL ATA I bargain half Interest in lust the thing to m*U?for tune. Parilculars given only at interview. Cash men only address MONOPOLY, Herald office. -A LARGE HARDWARE HOUSE IN SUCCEffiFUTI. I j. nncrstion for 20 years, about reorganising, Wf* ? uartner with $26,000 to replace capital retiring. Apply to SrIgSHi CARLfcrON k CO., 99 'Broadway. Ladies and gents' oyster and chop house for sali'?All in complete oraer; private supper roomi?attiwhed; near Orand Central Bote! ; rare chance. No agents. Address HOUSE* st^.uJ?P - RAl>p CHANCE FOH MANUFACTURERS. A splendId Machine Shop and Forge, with Tools and l'ower complete; only ftO miles irom New York and same from PhUMclph'a. on railway; terms easy. Ad.lreas Im mediately THOMPSON, W White street, New York. mHE ADVERTISER, HAVINO OTHER .BUSINESS T and not being able to give personal attention, wilt J-ll whole or halt intereit In the best located jobbing And retail Liquor Businew down town, now doing a aooi trade at a bargain. Address or call at Erie Xranaporta tion line. 112 Broad street. moTHOTOGRAPHERS OR DENTISTS.?A PARTNER T wanted, with a little ready cash, to go to South Ainrrica for a few months where money can be made rapfdly* Address ENTERPRISE, box 1*4 Herald Uptown Branch office, lor one week. . TO LET OR FOR SALE?A LARGE LAUNDRY ANt> Toilet Soap Factory ; steam boiler, ?0hom;^gine elevator, three large Iron kettles, capacity 1*5,000 lbs.. with all "the Irames, moulds, Ac. Apply on premiaes,^ 24 and 26 Tenth avenue. WANTED?A MAN WITH $1,000 IN A LEOITIMATR business, which will pay a good percentage on amount invested. WM. Wi YOUNO, trench s Hotel. ANTED-A PARTNER, WITH $2 000 CAPITALS TO Invest in a paying business. Address B. M., bo* 1* Herald office. d?OAA AND SERVICES TO INVEST, BT BIN $200 gle gentleman ot3S, bookkeeper; English and French correspondent. Bonus seekers ignor<.cu e??s V*%anV Address, witt particulars, WORK, Herald office. - - ? profitable X"7\ r\ T(i tWEST in' SOM* LIGHT, TAYINO $.)00 business; drug buslasj* Addres* DRUGS, box H9 Herald Uptown Brt.nch office. ?Sfflasr.aanaaafssarfsas Brancn office. ? I -TTvVvrv ?PARTNER WANTED (SPECIAL or $5 000 active) in a well established business; AT A Aftft -PARTY WITH CAPITAL WILL IX $ L0.UUU. vest In legitimate, oroai*sslve business: must beur Investigation. Address CAREFUL, box 148 Herald office. AOT AAA -AN OLD NOTION JOBBING HOUSE $25,000, would take an active or spec al l>*rtiier. with "the above amount. Principal, only address NOTIONS, Herald office,^ _ ? g\r\f\ WANTED?A SPECIAL PARTNER $25,000 wUh above a^nt ls w.nt.ijl ln an established Importing and lobbing house. Ad.neas w, II. U. HARRISON. Herald office. _ _ ao/i /win TO $50.000?SPECIAL OR GENERAL JJMS/KK SArtSfflSJ mmckli. a w eou a. TTOTEI. KFFPERS AND OTHERS.?JAMI-S MAGNER H A'SON, IftO West Moaroesirvet. Chicago wholesale ,i...iers In Poultry, Gani? and Produce (established In ihm? Game shipped to all purls ot the United State*. ? Inters from hoiel kcei ers and others for line Poultry and selected (Same carllully attended to and lllh-d a; f,!w as the market will allow. Quality gnnranteed and ?nrwarded by express <>r Star line, as may be desired, in Urge or small Iota, will" collection, lieier to exprcse enm iianles. _______ UTIALMER'S .KSt'l'LAPIAN MAGNETIC REMEDIES'* I will cure Catarrh, Consumption, Dyspepsia and all Nervous AJtectloaa l'. A. PaI.MKR, Magnetic Physician, at West Twentv-seventh street. New York, Bend f.>r circular. SI/OTE A .IANKS, STATIONERS, PRINTERS AND Blank Book Mauufacturcrs, S3 Fulton street. BlanK. Books tuade to uiitT-ru ...... UKN'KY L KLOIK. JONATHAN JAM S.