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WHOLE NO. 13,959. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1874.-TRIPLE SHEET. PR1CB FQUR CEfrfg> " ' IfSECTOBT Wi ADfEBTHEBSe AeVFBMHKTi? Kirre Fa??? Fourth, flfUt and sixth aktr^ tuloY? SlCOfO oolumn. Mi it 1R n X. Kimt Page? Sixth column. BOARDERS WaMED-Nibt* Paob-. econd and third BOARD AND LODGING WANTED? Niimi PAGE-Thlrd BROOKLYN ' REAL ESTATE FOR BALB? Ninth Paob BUBIN I*8S o PPORTUNITIES?Eighth Page? Fourth and fifth columns. ^ , BUSINESS .\OTlCr,t>? setbntb Paob? "ixth column, cm RF.AL EaTATK FOR 8ALE-Ninth PAGs-Firtt CLERKS AND SALESMEN? Ninth Page? Klrat column. SLOTHING ? Eiouth Paok? Sixth column. COACHMEN AND GARDENERS? Eiuutu Paob? Sixth column. 0OAS1Wloi? STEAMSHIPS? Seoobd Paob? Sixth col umn. OOPARTRER8HIP8? Eiobth Page? Fourth column. DANCING ACADEMIES? Ninth I'aos? Sixth oolumn. DENTISTRY? 8 moon D Page? Fourth column. BRY GOODS? Fiiuii Page? Flltii column. WELLING HOUSES TO LET. FURNISHED AND UN FURNISHED? S>bcond Pack? Flrit column. BUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS? Second Paw? Fifth and sixth column *. EUROPE? First Page? Filth column. EXCHANGE? Skcokr Pack? alxth column. EXCURSIONS? Sbconu Pag* -Sixth column. FINANCIAL? Eighth Paok? Fourth column. FOR SALi- ? Fiukt Pack? Sixth column. FUhBISHED KOoMs AND APARTMENTS TO LBT? Second Page? First and second column*. fURNI'l URE? Eighth Page? Fifth column. RENCn ADVERTISh.JIENT8-TwaJ.rru Paob? Sixth column. HELP W ANTED? FEMALES ? Twelfth PAca-Flfth column. HELP WANTED? MALES? Twblith Paob? Sixth col umn. HO SES, CARRIAGES, AC.? Fiaat PA?8-Thlrd, fourth and tilth columns. HOTELS? Ninth 1'agb? Third column. UOUSES. ROOMS, AC., WANTED? Second Paob? Second column. IBDUS'I ltlAL EXHIBITION COMPANY? Pint Paob slxth column. INSTRUCTION? First Page? Firth column. IZUaVY CITY. H.)BOKEN, HUliSON CITY AMD BER GEN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE? Ninth Paob? First column. LECTURE SEASON? Eighth Fajib? Fifth column. LEGAL NOTICES? Eionrn Page? Filth column. LOAN OFFICES? Ninth I'Attn-Fllth column. LOST AND FOUND? Fi BIT 1'agb? First ami second col umns. MACHINERY? First Paob? Sixth column . , MAUkLK MANTELS? Second Paob? Fourth column. MAI RIMonial? Iwelfth Page? sixth column. MEDICAL? >boo?o Paob? ~lxth column. MlLLINl-.lt Y AND DRESSMAKING? Fl8*T PASS? Fifth column. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS? Tximi Paob? sixth column. . , . . MISCELLANEOUS? Ninth Pack? third column. MUSICAL? Mnrn Page? Sixth coluipn NEW PUBLICATIONS? Seventh Page? Sixth column. PERSONAL? First 1'agb? First column. PIANOPOKTi.S, ORGaNS, AC. ? .mnth Paob? Fourth column. PO^T OFFICE NOTICE? First Pack? Fifth column. PROPES >IoN AL SITUATIONS WANTED ? FEMAi.ES? Twelfth Page? Fifth column. PBGPE1UY OUT OF THE Cll'Y FOR SALB OB TO REM? Ninth Page? First column. REAL ESTATE TO f.XCHANOE? Ninth Pica- First and second columns. BBAL ESTATE WaNTuD? Nnrrn Page? Second ool umn. BBWA kDS ? First Page? Second column. BALKS AT AUCTION? Second Paob? ihlrd and fbwrth columns. SITUATION.-! WANTED ? FEMALES? Eleventh Paob and Twblith Paob? First, seoond, third and fourth columns. SITUATIONS WANTED? MALES? Twbwtb Paob? Fifth and sixth columns. SPECIAL NOTICES? First Page? Second column. SPORTING-DOGS, BIRD'S AC.? First Paoe? TRlrd column. STORAGE? Eighth Page? Sixth column. THE TRADES? Twelfth Pact. ? Sixth column. ? rHK TUltF? First Pack? Third column. 10 LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES? SECOND Paob? First column. TRAVELLER-.' GUIDE? Second Page? Plxth column. ONFURNISIl ED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? Srcoxd Pack? Second column. WANTED TO PURCll A?K? Eighth Pagb? Fifth column. WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROI'ERTY FOR SALE OR 'Id LET? Ninth Pagk? First column. TAOHTS. STEAMBOATS, AC.? First Paob? Second oolumn. HEBALD BRANCH OFFICES? UPTOWN AMI HaRLEIU. JJERALD BRANCH OFFICER ~ ADVERTISEMENTS RECEIVED AT ALL HOURS UP TO 9 P. M., AND NEWSDEALERS SUPPLIED WITH HBRALDS AT FIVE O'CLOCK EVERY MORNING, AT 1KB BROADWAY AND Ml SIXTH AVEWUE, BE rWEEN THIRTY-FIRST AND THIRTY -SECOND STREETS. OFFICE OPEN ALL NIGHT. HABLBM OFFICE 2,381 TbIRD AVENUE, CORNER OF 134T1I STRBBT. ADVERTISEMENTS RECEIVED TO 700 r. M., AND NEWSDEALERS SUPPLIED AT FIVB O'CLOCK EVERY MORNING. PERSONAL.. B. C.? MEET ME AT I O'CLOCK THIS AFTER noon where wo took oysters and creum. LICE? WRITE ME. CARE CHARLES II. F08TER, L the medium, 14 West t wenty-fourth st. O CBNTRAL PARK, EIGHTH AVENUE CAR. FORTY lourth street.? Lady in black; two children; Sun day afternoon. Address CAKL'lON, He raid otllco. CHARLEY.? WILL BE AT ASTOR HOUSE TO. day (Tuesday). 8. R HOLMES. OG-PRKVENTED TO-DAY; THURSDAY, SAME place, 11. D ?ITIRODHHAM"-I HAVE nAI) AN INTERVIEW X1 with T. A. He Is anxious to see yon. All Is satl*. he lory. ^C. " F- RED C. L.? WANT TO SEE YOU VERY MUCH. Old acquaintance. ANN. INFORMATION WANTED? OF JOHN AND JAMRH Hamilton, trom Mavbole. Ayrshire, Scotland. John ? I led trom Greeuock. cotland, on the 81st ot May, 1862, (tor Queensland, Australia, onboard the Saldana; James tailed irom London, l'.mrlund, on the 6th dav of July, 1861. tor QueonsUn I. Australia, on board the Fiery .--uir. Any friend or acquaintance knowing anything ot their Whereabout* will gre atly oblige by corresponding witli THOMAS HAMILTON, Gold Hill, Storey county, Not., V. S. A. JTfLB? SAME- TIME AND PLACE WRDNESDAY. TWENTY-FOUR (34) YEARS. LO.? CALL aT 86 NASSAU STREET, ROOM 12,~AS ? soon as possible. L. G. liUKT AND FOUND. FOUND.? A WHITE BLOOD DOO, WITH GRAY spots. Inquire at No- Ill Washington street, Ho baken. W. J. FOUND-A BUNCH OK KKVS. CALL ON A. 8LAU *on, 34 Djy street Left in a madIoOn avenue stage, Monday morning, nt the corner of Wall and William streets, ? new silk Umbrella. 'the tinder will please leave it at No. I'^l Pearl street. Lost? on south ferryboat pacific, mon day morning, Shawl Strati and Bundle. The tinder will bo rewarded by bringing them to room 3, AO Atlantic venue, Brooklyn. J 03T? AT BOOTH'S THEATRE, LAST 8ATURDAY L evening. 11 tiold l-lnk Bracelet, shape of a serpent. The finder will lie suitably rewarded <in returning the lame to 324 West Fifteenth street, tlrst floor. Lobt-a bunch of keys, beiween twenty second street und Sixth avenue and Tiffany's. 'I ho Under will be suitably rewarded by leaving them at 11 Broad street, third story, tront office, between 11 and 1 ?'elo<:k. OST-SUNDaY EVENING. NOVEMBER 1, OKP 1 loaiDkinsvillc. Staten island, a 17-toot Whitehall Boat, painted white; contained 11 pair 01 snrucc spoon ?culls. A t-uitablo reward will bo paid for information concerning her by THOp. RoBINnON. Llernld Ship Mews office, pier No. 1 East itiver. O-VT? B sTWEEN 10 AND II A. M.. MONDAY i LEFT J in a Broad wav and Twenty-third street stage, cor aer Twenty-third street and Broadway, a small canvas Satchel. Kinder will reouire reward by leaving it at ttage office, 1 wcnty-scveuth street and Ninth avenue. LOST-UN SATURDAY, ?I5, WHILE GOING FROM Church street tli rotuii lteade and Broadway to cor ner Murrav street. It 1 lie finder will rolurn the ramo to lt)0 Franklin street he will earn the thanks of a man who ?an ill afford to lose it. rOSr-IN flTlR I ? AVKNUB CArTrET WEEN (I RAND lj Central depot and City llall, a Pocketbook contain ing letter of credit on James O. King's .-oris for ?i,U? Iterlina, in taror ol Deo. Hunter ; aiso some tt4n in bills. Iho Under wi I be suitably rewarded bv returning the letter of credit and other papers to Ja.ME.j G KINO'S IONS, 3! Nawnu street. No i|iu-*tlons asked. LO?T? ON MONDAY EVENING, AHOl'T HALF PAST 6 o'clock, in going from chambers street to Park row. a Railroad Map, 1 rawing of New England states, tkr. SKI reward will be paid for its immediate return to FISK A SEE, Chamber* street. Lost? on hroadway, near eleventh st., mon day. a black nnd tan Stut: wore collar with name Oaasev Troy, a ilucral reward will be paid for it* return to U Amity street OnT? A MEMORANDUM HOOK; THE OWNER'S same and residence is written on the first page. The tinder will lie suitably rewarded by bringing It to the owner. Lost? on Saturday evenino. larob en. vclope, containing letters. Address VvM. EDGAR, No. 34'J Broaoway. i.ihcrai reward paid to party re turning same to above u.ldrcsa. ON MONDAY MORNING 1 LOST A ROLL OF MAN nsrriut on tint llaiullton avenue ferryboat or In the fourteenth sireet stage. Ttio finder will De suitably re sardi'd by returning it to M. N. WISEWELL, 1U) Broad way , room 2". KAILHOAD BONDS STOLEN. , 1 hi- following Railroad Mortgage Bonds were stolen Iroin the Mibrcriber during the month 01 September. 1374 towit: Foiir ?l.i??t First Mortgage Bond* of the Detroit, Mon roe and Toledo Railroad Company. Nos 12i?, WIS, ?70 and 171. Three $l,iJ0U l/iika Shore Dividend Bonds, Nob. 644, U9 and 1X44. Two III, Mortgage Bonds Cleveland and Toledo Rail road, Nor*. 362 and Hi 1. All persons arc notified not to pnrchaafl the same, A suitable reward will be given lor the return of the prop art* or lor any information concerning It. HUGH L. COLB, No. 8 Broad street. New York olty. Mortmber 9, 1874 LOffT AID VVVSlh aSS&Sias sswffw ?" inent haviug dmd MML MhHi.KdTV.IN. KM Ran Fifty-second street. STRAYED OR 8TOLEN? A MALTESE CAT; ONE eye partly closed. $5 reward will be given and no questiooa asked upon her return to OiiOROii M. JONES, at the Madison aveuae Livery Stable*, US Madison ave nue, corner of Thirtieth street RKWAKUS. dh jr reward for the return or a yellow ifij Scotch Terrier Pup. answering name Jaok ? lost between 7 and HP. M., about two weeks since, from 130 West Forty -sixth street, between sixth and Seventh avs. Ac REWaRD-TO PABTY WHO TOOK MEMORAN f'J dura Book trom eoat in Metropolitan Hoiel barber shop If I bey will return same to store 431 Broome street, with contents; no questions asked. d?OC REWARD, AND MO QUESTIONS ASKED, fiJU will be paid tor return of lady's Watch, No. 72,964, maker L. ft. Raymond Locke, taken In Iront of Booth's Theatre, Satarday evening, November 7. Ad dress or call on J. H. M.,138 Bast Seventeenth street, after 7 P. M. & KAn REWARD? FOR TTIE ARREST OF EDWARD iJJUUU Howard Davis, about 20 years of ape, light hair, 5 leet 8 Inches high, who absconded from Montreal, on or about October SI, with a Mm of money, notes on the Canadian banks, a further reward will be paid for the recovery oi the whole, or a part, In proportion. BULL A HMIi'llhKtt, M Wall street SPECIAL NOTICES. A FBW DAYS AND FEW TICKETS. THE SECOND AMD LAST GRAND GIFT CONCERT in aid of the Masonic Belief Association ot Norlolk, Va., will take place Thursday, November 19, 1874. As thera will be no farther postponement procure the UckeU while the opportanity remains. Whole tickets, $10; half tickets, $5; quarter tickets, $2 SO. For information, Ac., apply at BRANCH OFFICE, 78 and 80 Broadway, New Torn. , A. -FIFTH AND LAST GIFT CONCERT in aid ot tho PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY. A CARD TO THE PUBLIC. The management have determined to hare the draw Inn of the Fifth and Last Cut Concert ot the PubUo Library of Kentucky on tnc 30th day of November. The special object of this card is to call a meeting of the ticket holder* at i'ubllc Mbrary Hall on the 2Uth of No vember, to make arrangement* In connection with the committee appointed by the Trustees to superintend the counting ot the tags repre>entlng the numbers of tickets sold. Whllo there 1* no actual necessity for the presence of ticket holders, as under our arrangements the inter ests ot all are equally cared lor, vet at tho same time I would grently preier that as many ot those interested as can. would attend thla meeting and see, each lor himself, how perfectly Islr and impartial the distribution must be. Every arrangomeu i has been made tor the drawing; but a few days remain for tho sale of the balance of the tickets, and whatever Is done must be doue promptly. THOS. E. HKAML'.TTk., Agent and Manager. Louisville, Ky.. Oct 32, 1871 For tiokets or Information apply to THOS. H. HAYS. 809 Broadway, New York. ALL DE8IRXNO HBALTH AND COMFORT SHOULD wear the Graduated Chest and Lung Protector, for men. women and children; ?old everywhere; trade supplied. ISAAC A. SINOKR, Manufacturer, 894 Broadway. A? SODA WATER. MINERAL WATERS. GINGER ? Ale, sparkling Wines: manufacture of complete outfits ot Apparatus and Materials, with tuli instruc tion*; nil departments of msnutacture, bottling and dis pensing; exclusive ttUrhts In derintbie territory. Cata logues free. JuHN MAI Til hWrt, First avenue. Twenty sixth and I'weuty-seventli streets. New York. A? PARKS, EMERSON A CO., AGENTS FOR . Kentucky state Lotteries, drawn dally. Royal Havana Lottery of Cuba, drawn every 17 days. Kentucky Single Number Lottery, drawn Nov. 28. 1874. Masonic Belief Lottery, ol Norlolk. Va.. Nov. 19. 1874. Prises cashed, information furnished and circulars sent, bv addressing PARKS A CO., 180 Broadway, room A Post office box 5.27 i. Private office attached. Office hours 7 A. M. till 7 K A? HAVANA, NOV. A, I8TA . No. 31,455 100,00] pesos No. 22,699 A0.0U0 pesos No. 8,625 1 2?.0< 0 pesos No. 8,455 10.000 nesos No. 28.815 10,000 pesos No. 6,183 5,000 pesos Lock box 5,594. THBOOOR ISCHOCH. 111 Naseau street. New York. A? ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY. . By cable (official), Havana, Nov. 8, class 93& Ticket No. 31,455 drew $100,000 Tickct No. '.?,?99 drew $50,000. Ticket No. 8, 020 drew 25,000 ?l ickets Nos. 8,455 ana ?t>,&5 each 10.000 1 lcket No. 6.183 drew 8.IW Next drawing Nov. 23. Circulars, with mil particulars, free. Address P. C. DEVLIN. Stationer and General Agent, 30 Liberty straet, New York. A? KENTUCKY 8TATE AND SHELBY OOLLEGE ? Lotteries. J. S. SMITH A CO.. Managers. XB1CTOCKT, STATE, XJCTBA CLASS 249, irOTENBlCR 9, 1874. 45. 2, 51, 7, 21 17. 2>, 6, 24, .1, 10. 37. SltKLBT, EXTRA CIAS* 67. WOVEMBEB 9. 1K74. 51, 53, 4i, 23. 2ft 67. .'4 7. 28. 14. 69, 74. KENTUCKY, STATF, CI. ASS 260. NOVEMBER 911871 21, 57, 4, 20, 20. 31. 99, 51, 32, 42. 77, 43. SHELBY, CI. A SB 6S, NOVKKBBB 9, 1871 31, 21, 57. 13. 18, 51. 77. 65. 20, 72. 27, 11 Prizes ensued and Information irlven. Address PHILIP GOSS, 174 Broadway, or Post office box 2,751. ? OLD" "KENTUCKY" STATE AND SHELBY COU . lege Lotteries ; prises cashed and information fur. nlshed at 232X Greenwich street, or address box 4,851 Poet office. New York. F. LUTHY. A? OFFICIAL DRAWINGS OF THE KENTUCKY ? State Lotteries.? Simmons, Dickinson A Co.. Man agers. BBNTCCBT, RXTBA CLASS NO. 276? NOVEMBER 9. 1874, 15, 34, 4'!, 89, 12. 78. 50, 9. 60, 4. 3J, 55, 61 KBNTUCKY. CLASS NO. 276? NOVEMBBB 9, 1874. 70, 25. 16, 26. 41. 71, 44, 7, 51. 78, 2, 48. BKNBY. EXTRA CLASS MO, 97? NOVEMBER 9, 1874. 37, 00. 61, 18, U. 64, 68, \ 54, 61, 21, 28. 14. BEN BY, CLASS HO. 98? NOVEMBER 9, 1871 31, 41, 30. 29, 4(1, 33, 54, 27. 38, 67, 45, 28. Full mtormation by applylntr to J. cLUiE. 200 Broad way, room 6, first floor, rearoffico, or Post office box I960 Now York. ?KENTUCKY 8TAT E SINGLE NUMBER LOT ? tery on Havana Plan. Circulars or Information furnished by J. CLUiE, authorized Agent, 203 Broad way or Post office box 4,909. H"~ ENRY A. DANIELe, S. D.. 144 LEXINGTON AVU nue, near Twenty-ninth street Special attention to the diseases of men and important medical and surgi cal cases. Havana lottery.? new schkmk for okdi nary and extraordinary drawings German gov. eminent lotteries. Prises cashed and Information given. WACHSMaN A CO., Hankers, 76 and 77 Nassau street Post office box 3.316. Kentucky state single number lottery. November 28.? No discount on prizes ; circulars or inlormation lice. Address GEO. H. BOOTH, 73 Nassau street; box 3,087 Post office. New York. phR CABLE OP NOVEMBER 0. 1874. No. Sl,4'6drcw $100,000 No. M/99 drew 60,030 No. 8,fi25drew 26,000 No. 8 486 (lrow 10,1*10 No. 18,816 drew 10,0*1 No. 6.183 drew 6,1.00 J. B. MARTINEZ A CO., Hankers, 10 Wall street, Dos 4,686 I'cwt office, Now York. iiYAI. HAVANA ToTTE RY~ November 6. $480, OOU In prizes. Circulars of fall In formation iurnished. l'rlze-i cashed. Government*, Spanish Bank Bills, Ac., pur~h.utd. TAYLOR A CO., Banker*. No. 11 Wall street, Now York. STAMMERING AND BT OTTER I N O "kOCCEsIfU LLY treated on scientific principles; a cure guaranteed; no charge until cured : abundant references. Address or apply at NEW YORK HTaMMEKINU INSTlTOlii, 101 WAvorley place. SOCIETK B K I.OE DK BIEN KAISANCK. La reunion annuelle d? lasociete aura lien c? soir, (Mardi), 10 couranr, au loci I Cooper Institute, room 34, a 730 du soir. Tous les Beiges sont prios d'y assizer. Le Secretaire, O. A. LAR1DON. "mHERK'S MILLIONS IN IT." I HERE'S MILLIONS IN IT." "THERE'S MILLIONS IN IT." "THERE'S MILLIONS IN IT." "THKRfc'S MILLIONS IN IT." "THERE'S MILLIONS IN IT." "Til ERfc'S MILLIONS IN IT." "TMEKE'8 MILLIONS IN IT." '?THERE'S MILLIONS IN If." "THE RE'.- MILLIONS l/? IT." TWO MILLION FIVE HONORED THOUSAND DOLLARS will be distributed In 20,000 Cash outs at the Fifth and List Gift Conccrt in aid of the Public Library of Ken tucky, November 30, 1S74. POSITIVELY NO POSTPONEMENT. POSITIVELY LAST CI1ANCK. POSITIVELY LAST CONCERT. Whole Tickets, $?); Halves, $2.V, Tenths, *\ Apply to THOfl. E. BRAMLKTTE. Agent, or THUS, li. HaYs ? CO., ?>9 Broadway, Now York. The EVENING TELEGRAM, ALWAYS RELIABLE AND CORRECT, OIVES ALL THE NEWS EVERT NIGHT FOR TWO CENTS. Z -PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY GIFT CON. ? cert Whole Ticket* t&l; Halves, $26; Tenths, $\ Tickets for sale by 1'. C. DEVLIN, Stationer and Agent. 30 Liberty street. New York. nnn MASONIC lULIKF ASSOCIATION ?T>Zl? oi Norfolk. Positively November 19. and Kentucky state Single Number on November J8th circulars of information sent tree. BATES A CO. iw Broadway, &*3nO (WW! -MISSOORI STATE LOTTERY.? ?JpOULMH/U. 6,000 more prizes than any other scheme. Cnpttal prise, $."*), i*r?; second capital,' $18, into. Also agent lor the Old Kentucky and Mielby Lotteries. H. NATHAN, Banker. No. 4 tUlsey llnllding, Cortlandt htreet; Post ofhee box 4470. ~YACHT?, NTKAWIIOATS, dkcT^ZT" ?M)B BALE? STEAMBOAT -ESCORT." 200 FEET long, B. K.. 4ix Hi ; so stste rooms-, fit ed anil fur shed tor an exposed route, ready lor service ;bv FREDERICK C. SCHMIDT, No. 1 South William ?'reet BOAT-? ALL KINDS A NO SIZES, ON HAND: _ also Metallc Lift Boats, or built to order. 968 and Sooth street) sad lMtti street Harlem River. 8TKPUEN aOBERia. 100 873 Son ?POHTiyO? POtm, BIRDS, dtc. A ? FOR SALE. ALL, KINDS OF FANCY DOGS, Bird*. Ac. ; Medicines for ?11 iHwwta: prepared rood tor mocktnii birds, at ts. u, DOVKY'S, No. J Oreeoe street, near Canal. All KKEriNO birds use standard gravkl Paper, only bordered with gravel. attached with pare gam nrabio; envelopes. containing lfl papers, ISc. ; sold everywhere. Principal depot, 694 Broadway. FOR SALF!? POINTERS, SETTERS aN? SBTTER I'upj.Ne wfoun Hand L>og.? and Pups of the tain* stock, Esquimaux Dobs. Rabbit Hounda, black and Tana, Sco oh and .-kyc terriers three of the smallest and hand somest skye l<og? in the city or country. H. OARDN ER, 111 Houut Fifth avenue. 1JIOR RALE? A FTRVT CLAMS ENOLTRII BREECH v loading double Shot Oun (13 bore, central Ore), with Oaae and Cartridge Apparatus complete, lobe seen at Mr. KKl.LKE'S (6# Centre street) gun store. Will be told at coat prion. A. THE THICK. -FLEETWOOD FARE. THIRD FALL MEETING. Premiums $3,700. THE LAST OK TUB 8EASOII. TUESDAY, November 10. 1871, Purse No. 1. $100, tor three minute o!ml Thomas Lee eoters b. g. Judge Bedle. John Murphy enters r. m. Lady Collier. A. Hourrett enters r. g. A'. K. (lordon. H. Peterson enters b. m. Miss Drew. P. Hemming > alera ?. g. w iliie. Ben. Mace enters b. g. H. D. Walton. John Roger* enters l>. m. Molile Schuyler. W. B. lluut enters b. in. Nell. 8AMK DAY. Purse No. 2, $5U0, tor 2 :S1 class. John Murphy enters b. m. Lady Daliluian. H- t'etorsoti enters g. in. Cora P. Ben. Wilson enters t>. m. Carrie. J. Freak enters b. g. llonner. WEDNESDAY, November II, 1874. Purse No. 3? $50it, lor 2:HH class; 9 entries. Purse No. 4? $t)0f), tor 2:21 class; 6entr.es. THURSDAY, November 12, 1874. Purse No. 6? $400, toi 2:5'i class ; A entries. Parse No. 6? t?U0, for 2:.'J0 class, under saddle; 4 entries. FRIDAY. Novemitcr 13, 1874, Parse No. 7. #?X>, tor 2?'.4 class; 12 entries. Parse No. 8, $400, tor all double teams; I s entries. All the above races to be utile heutx. best three In Ave, and be governed by rules of the National > ssociation. A horse distancing the fleld or any part will be en titled to tlrst money onlv. Admission to urand Stand and fleld only $1; to Club House $1 extra. Badges of members must bo shown at the gate or admission will be charged. Trains leave tirand Central depot for Fleetwood Par's at 10:12 and 11:40 a. M. and 1 :t)B 1*. M. Boats leave every ball hour from Peck slip to Harlem. Third aveitno cars, from Harlem direct to Morrisanla, evorj five minutes. Eighth avenue cars, trom City Hall direct to McCombs dam bridge. Tho track this meeting will be under the entire man agement of WM. B. liANSOK. DEERFOOT DRIVING PARK, NOV. 9.-ALL PER sons owing entrance money to this track, will remit the .same on or before the 15th ot this month, or will be sent to the National Association lor suspension. WM. MoMAHON, Proprietor. WEST SIDE DRIVING PAIZK, JERSEY CITY. N.^L? A purse of $l?> for horses that never beat 2:3:2: (90 to first %* > to second, *20 to third horse, to be trotted for on Thursday, November IS. 1874. Entries to close at T. B. Johnson's, corner ot Twenty -eighth streat and Broad way. Tuesday, at B o'clock P. M All communications to be addressed to J. b. WASHBURN, at T. B. Johnson's, HORSES, CARRIAGES, etc. A SPECIAL AN> IMPORTANT SALE,' BY PUBLIC AUCTION. OP OVER $13,000 WORTH OF KLEGANT HOR8EB AND CARRIAGES. TniS DAY (TUESDAY), No V KM HER 10, AT lUfc O'CLOCK SHARP, AT THE STAUL.E, NO. S NEILSON PLACB, (MERCER STREET), BETWEEN WAVKRLEY AND CLINTON PLACES, AND REAR OF NEW YORK HOTEL. OF 1HE ENlIKE PRIVATE TURNOUT OF R. M. KARL, Esq . BY CHARLES C. DUFF. AUCTIONEER, Including a bcaatltnl and fast team of bay Holdings, 1#X hands high, six and seven years old ; wero raised iu Ken tucky, by Salem M. Wells, Esq., and were sired by Pilot. Jr.,aam Abdallah mare; arc lull nrothers and are mated to perfection ill looks, color, gait, action and speed ; they have lull manes and tails, with fine necks, intelligent heads, clcan limbs and teet. and can trot to pole hi 2:40; nigu horse can trot in 235 single on day of sale : are tioth thoroughly broken in single aud douolc harness; can be driven by a child ; no lugging or pulling ; hare no vices tricks or taults in stable or In harness, and are, without anv exception, one ot the most perfect teams vo be loiind; they are warranted sound, kind aDd true In every particular, and will be sold separately. Also a fast and handsome bay tleiding, 15% hands high, 7 years old : was sired by Magna Charta, dam by Ameri can Htar; was raised at Kalamazoo.Mlch., and brought to this city by James R. Perdon for Mr. Karl; he trotted at Buffalo one vear ago a mile in 3:39 and repeated In i -Mi *: since tticn has never been on any track, but used on road exclusively; he is a very promising young horse, good gaited, and can pull a road wagon in 2 JO gait: ho fa a good breaker, a line driver, atrald of nothing, and warranted sound and kind. Also One and fast bny 1 rotting Gelding, UH hands high. 7 years old : was sired by Hilly Denton, dam by Ethan Allen; ne is one of the finest road or truck horses in the Mate ; can go to track and -how 2 JO, and is one of the finest galled to be found ; he Is an extra tine driver, atraid of nothing, and warranted sound and kind. Also a tine and speedv Drown Holding, IMf hands high, 6 years old: sired by Wild Wagoner, dam May uay mare: ho can pull a road wagon In 2:10; is very powerful and muscular: can pull atop wagon, wltb two persons, in 2:50, and warranted sound and kind. Also a fine bay tainily uorse, 15 hands, 9 years old; is not atrald ot cars or anything else; can bo drove by ladies or children, and tally warranted. Carriages consist of a <:oupe, Park Phaeton. Pony Phaeton, top and open Wagon?, Depot Wagon, all in tine order; s-ingle and ooable Harness, Blankets. Kobes, Whip, Ac., Ac. M. B.? SALE POSITIVE, RAIN OR SHINE, TO HIGHEST BIDDER, WITHOUT LIMIT, RESTRICTION Oit RESERVATION. STuOK WILL BE ON EXHIBI TION AT ALL TIMES PUUMt TO SALE, AT STABLE, AS ABOVE. FOR TRIAL AND EXAMINATION. Auction housk ok akch. joh.nston (late Johnrton A Van i assell). Office, 57 Liberty street (livening Post Building). THE HORSE AUCTION BKANCH OK OUR HOUSB, 19 TO 3ft THIRTEENTH .STREET, near University place. SALES OF HOR8ES AND CARRIAGES ARE HELD EVERY TUt-.HDAV AND FRIDAY AT 10 O'CLOCK. EVERY HORSE WARRANTED .SO UNO. FROM 24 HO U ItS TO 3 DAYS FOR TRIAL. PARlLAL CATALOOUE OF THIS DAY'S CUES DAY) SALE. at 10 o'clock. ELEGANT TF.AM DA PPL GRAY HORSES. 16 hands, 7 anil 8 years; kind In all harness; tree troui vice ; good, steody. ail day travellers ; oi Brest endurance ; have been used In the coun try (luring pan season , are every way reliable; warranted sound. EXTENSION TOP PHAETON, nearly new, by Qulm by A Co. ELEGANT TEAM BAY HORSES. IS hands. A nnl bvears; kind In all harness-, tree from vice: are trood traveller*, ot groat endurance; not airald ofanyih a;; anyone oan drive them; win ranted aouni. ELEGANT VICTOR. A, in good order, by F. M. Stivers. DARK BUOWN mark. 15% hands. 7 years; kind In harne<s: free from vice; trots In minutes; free, stylli-h drivor; ni t nfriuJ ot anvthlnu; in every respect a first class mare; warranted sound. ELEGANT COUPE ROCKAWAY, In good order, by Dav k Sons. TWO.WHh.KL DOu CART TURNOUT; brown Ken tucky Mare, 15% hands, 7 yearn; kind in all har ness; treo trom vleo: t;ood, irce, stylish driver; extra line under saddle ; an excellent pole mare ; warranted sounl. TWO- A 11 EE 1.. DOG CART, In good order, by J. B. Brewster. DARK UaY liORSK, 1AK hands, B vears: kind In nil harness; iin extra flno roiidster; can trot in 3 minutes; very ireo ami .-lylUh; any one can drivo liim; warranted sound. TOP SIDE M.i R ROAIJ W ?GON, nearly new, by Brewster, of Broome street SORRhli MAKE. 14V, hands, 7 years; kind In all har ness; free from vice; not airnld of anything: nnv one can drivo her; perfectly gentle and re liable for any use- warranted sound. TOP PONY PHaETON, in good order, bv Wood Bros. BAY I10R8K, 11 hands, 8 years; kind In all harness; Irce from vice. ELEGaNT I EAM SORREL HORSES, 10 hands, 8 and 9 years; kind in all harness; tree Irotn vice; h.?ve been used as a carriage team at Long Branch during past season; arc iu every wuv right and reliable; warranted sound. SHIFTING TOP DEPOT Wagon, nearly new, by Eyre. TEAM SORREL rONIF.S, 14% hands, (J years: kind In all harness: flree trom vice; fine, styli.-h, fast travellers; can be driven by any one : are uot aii aid ot anything ; an excellent team lor any usc; warranted sound. FOURTEEN OTHER HORSES. DESCRIPTION TIME OP SAL . AN ASSORTMENT OF NEARLY EVERY KIND OT CARRIAGE, WAGON AND HARNESS, AT MART, 19 TO 25 THIRTEENTH STREET. WEATHER NEVER INTERFERES WITH OUR HALE AT 10 O'CLOCK. A COUPE, LANDAU. DEPOT WAGON; COUrE Rockaways taken lnexchango; gentlemen dispos ing ot their carriages can have them stored or sold on reasonable terms. HAM'S, Fourth street and Broadway. A LARGE STOCK OF GRUBE'8 CELEBRATED make ol Carriages. Rockaways, Phaetons, Buggies and Business Wagons for sale at manufacturers' prices, or 20 per cent off. at 141 West Broadway. A -FOR SALE, THE TROTTING HORSE LEXINO . ton, 8 years old, 1A% hands high, warranted sound and kma; a tree and pleasant driver : shilling top Road Wagon and Harness. Knt-rs, Wnlps, Ac. ; sold teparate and low. for cash; the property of a gentleman who is ?otng South. Call at prfvato stable 33 East Twelfth street, near University place. A FARMER WILL BOARD THREE HORSES ON reasonable terms; stables new ana warm; kind treatment Address 1'. J. QUICK, South Branch, somer set county. N. J. A BARGAIN.- TWO FINE SETS DOUBLE I1AR tiess? one heavy, one light ? made by Wood Gibson, Broadway, as good as new. Inquire at 147 West Forty tlrst street, near Broadway, private stable. A CHANCE TO GET GENUINE SIDE BAR TOP Muggy. pole and shafts, by Bates, flsft: light winter Rockaway, $135; Phaeton, 9150; Pony, $M). Stable All Seventh avenue, corner 'I hirty-sevenih street An ei-egast rorrkll Kentucky bred Horse 15% hands and 7 years old, a flno and stylish driver ; has three gaits to saddle ; is sound and perlect; will be sold lor $ too. as owner leaves the ctty ; also, if de sired. light Top Wagon, single Harness, (-addle and Bridle. Apply at stables, 490 PIxth arenae, between Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth streets. A -BARGAINS. -ONE RIDK BAR TOP WAGON, ONE ? fail spring do., one three quarter sest side bar Road Wagon, two fail seat and mil spring do., all In good order ana must be sold. Inquire at Ytaverley Stables* 147 and Ml West Thirty -Attn street ? CiBRIAOEI. ?c. rEGU|^R SALE or HORSES AND CARRIAGES Ho~- ?"-a tiagSSur* ?? CATALOGC* OF THIS DAYM aUESDAt) SAXiB AT MlAfl'L ^fKh'S^V7^7SiWQk KOR8K ORAY Ail harnen : tree irll'm "if1 : Wnd *Bd T? In KOAD WArtON -TOP 8II>kMhAarE ^K"SFAf,P BAY ?eVl; ??? ??uilt bv R. i SU?ellL WAGON, aaas;? fur w?ntofu?e. urivirs. and ?oid only set Double harn'f.ss ash bSuYbVi B B%w,i"iYC '"J ?*ra?T OU>? 00 nrt"5 hA*i.k j'*' ? BAt ? CO* f'li' 5 ( J k3 K?*l (i family to VoWi^d UwarraStod ?C?f BUILT BT WOOD "SSir" AarsMK SSwS,"m t";^k.nd w? IN UOOD 0BCE?< *>??. ato'vcnr f?AETON, BUILT BT MINER A BBO,?* /,U^*?LBT0N,AN TROTTING MARR. i*w ne?^\r "e jVm/ vV8 "'i*1 : k,nd *n<l trBe tn?^ h?* driven at fuilrotod bv i'?MvUn' ?pen "i,: c*" bo SPT KIN fc, HARNK^sanX yi Warr,nt<Kl ?OUDd TOI> Bnro,iii"tcrAi'c? ?AOt WaOON BUILT BY J. B AMD .St S ,0 BptsriK ~ ROA uiili0KtiK' HANDS HIGH. 7 YRARS mn Sma"fla?fllnhV" "! h.rnesT; iree R1? warranted sound! f0r ceoUelfla?'? road use. 'aSd DARK SiHft W,mAho!? MKARLY NEW. ISSSSrS ROCKaU'AY, nearly new BLACK HORSE, 16V HANDS HIGH, 7 YEARS OLD JUMP SEAT WaoON. BLACK HORctl , 1CW HANDS HIOH ? Truon.. sba-mb: s aiffssyasS^*1 ? sw~'RWa?oE?T . GKA^.^ARii' .14^ HANDS HIGH, 8 YEARS Oin. ssfia w ?????? arsfia "o^SSgK^'ISSJ'iSo'iJf'Wgtt.oL,,, SSKBff ??&? OLD; ofiiie horkes? DEsoRipnoNs time SALE COMMENCES AT 11 O'CLOCK- WKiTnn* new interfere! with our talea * ATHRK TEOTlffi JS^E^y^4A?^v ont owner at ?fii small jrlce " nSlu the ?*??J ?21 IHSfelSttS a-arAHS j?vS; pure, clean, m.and and not a ??t Kit? ?t?,ere' raised in Putnam county, sired by tWnw Sfili the imponeu Coazena mareT Tlfia flnV* hM&IS &WB5?g!&ts Jhe?tl-k n?mynr'vL' ? tS> i"l*d ln 0uei,,? 'ouSft. o? j ? 'ftrro of senator Weaver ? thev tr? iai/ h **??> ? rnd.Lycar.old: are finely bni" proSS.Trm elelan? stoppers witn hljtn knee action; can trot 14 miles SJfr i? are of nil any endurance, are without trix^ an . ?m?am kmTSIwIS 1 Open Wagon. by Benson: fine Portland HI nigh* iuht finely trimmed, good as new. Wel?b, light. Two .straps Bells, one fine Saddle and Bridle. '.inir: ft; m fflss srs :s'gf.?'A?.? .Axsts." uif A CI.ARENOK, USED BUT A FEW TIMKn wsMrsft; B mate, equal to new. *00 Third i^enue. A -MAJOR 0. W. BARKER'S &M0R.W roBuI" Hor" Oarrtatejaic AT BARKER4*" ON^Cl?Y ACTION MART ' NKW Y ORK TATTKR8 ALL'S* corner of Hroadway and ' hirtv-niuth straeL For parttealan roe to- morrow's Herald. c A SET OP BKCOND HANI) COACH HARNESS? heavy, brass mounted. of French make and In fair order; a bargain. For sale at stable. 43 West Eighteenth street, between Fifth and sixth avenues. A? FOR SALE, A SOKRliL HORSK, IS HANDS, . you na and sound; also a team of black Horses, suitable lor truck, grocer or farming; $4S, $7S, 9100. 146 Madison street. A -FOR SALE? FOUR HORSES. FIT FOR TRUCK ? ing, Express, milkman or grocer; must be sold to day; a trial allowed. Inquire at ?76 and STB Bowery, opposite Fifth street A RADDLE AND HARNESS HORSE FOR $0D0-WILL give $1,000 lor mate. 1,S72 Broadway. A -FOR SALE. TWO HORSES, KIT FOR ANT BU8I . noss; arc sound and young ; a trial allowed; will be sold at a sucriflcc. Inquire at S9 Bleecker street, near Bowery. "10U.NTUY BOARD FOR IIORSKS, 14 MILES FROM J city, nesr Knglewood, N. J.? 100 acros elegant pas ture: line <t stables: water In stalls; horses taken and returned to city ; terms moderate. P1CKEKT k CO., 98 Water street C1ARRIAGE8 AND 8LRIOH8 FOR SAbE-THE J old established Manufactory, 10 Nevlns street, Brooklyn; all styles, new and second hand, Ju per cent less than No w York prices. H. B. WITTY k CO. T^LEGANT TOP SIDE-BAR ROAD WAOON, BY Tj Brewster, ol Broome stfeet K LEO ANT VICTORIA. by R. M. Stiver* COUPE ROCK A WAV, nearly new, by Day k Son. lOP KOAD WAOON, by Brewster, of Broome street TWO WHEEL DOO CART, by J. B. Brewster k Co. COUPE ROCK AW AY. by Miner k Stevens. ELKOANT coupe llARNBsS, by Merry, of Lon don. FIV ELEGANT TEAMS. TWENTY-KIVK HORSiSS. FOR ANY AND EVERY USK. AT OUR MART, 19 TO M THIRTEENTH 8TRKET, THIS DAY, AT 10 O'CLOCK. WEATHER NEVER INTERFERES WITH OCR SALES, Fink saddle pont-vf.ry cheap; oood in harness kind and gentle. Inquire at stabto, Forty second street and Seventh avenue. F i*OP. SALK? a PAIR of BAY CARRIAGE HORSES, V 1#X hands high; good, stvbsh drivers; will be sold oheap. Can be seen at private stable No. 1 East Thirty* elf nth streot For salk? fink youno road mare, uk hands; also side bar top Wagon and Harness, all In best order. At private staule US West hlghteenth st F OR SALE? A SECOND HAND LANDAU LET, cheap. Address bo* BS1 Post office. IflOR SALE? TWO SECOND HAND AND TWO NEW 1 Trunks cheap. W. WEBTBRFIELD. 177 Prlne? stre?t_ For sale? a nice black horse, 9 years oi.n. ifi^ hands high: sound and kind for rtdiug and drlvlnff. Apply at W. McDERMOTTS stable. No. 1M East i hirt.v third street IilOK SALE-TWO UOOD WORK HORSES. 94t AND ' a set of good double Harness, $J0; good express Harness, $12. Stalls to let Ub Weak Twenty-sixth street lOOR SALE AT A OKEAT BARGAIN? A HANDSOME r Horse., hands high; very stylish; suitable for buslnoss wagon or private use ; sound, kind and true. Apply to W. i*. BOWNb, corner Laighi and Wet streets. TjlOR SALE CH RAP? HORSE. TRUCK HAR F ness ; horse lfi hands. 7 years ; warranted sound and kind, separately or together; sold for want of nse. Call ntM4 Hudson street IrtOR HALE, CHEAP? A THOROUGHBRED PER. feot saddle Horse, cither for lady or gentleman t Homm, cAnitiA(mi?. ate. r'? SALE-BAY HORSE, IS HANDS HIGH, 7 YEARS I old ; Hound and kind suitable lor truck or cart. tsv Aiao ?inula Track and Harness. Abo brown Canadian Poor. 16 band* high. 8 year* old; sound and kind: ?n I table for milkman, trocar or azprow, $90. Must be sold. 113 Ninth aveuue. For sale? a full spring, full seat top Wagon, built to order by Waterman; suitable lor road, boaloaaa or doctor. Apply to Mr. FLANDRAu, William J. Vaa nmtr'i carriage factory, Broadway, corner Forty-? vanlh street. POR SALE CHEAP? BAT HORSE, 1?* HANDS; trota In '80: Brewster aide bar Top Wagon ; htivsr's aide bar Road wagon, both nearly new and in perfect order; Harness. Robes, Ac., together or separately. BONNKaU, 178 Centre aircet, np atalra. li'OR BXCHANOE-FOR DIAMONDS OR BLACK r walnut chamber or parlor Furniture, brown llorae, ? rears old. 15% hands, and ltockaway and Harneaa. Addreaa T. J., box 122 Herald office. Great sale Op house clothing and robes. THE EUREKA HORSE BLANKET CO., hS Mercer street near Wrand. offer at retail at wholesale discount* every variety of Horse Blanket* Great lobs In Pawn Trunk Blankets. Ureac Jobs in common Blankets. English Kersey Dress Blankets at 28 per cent discount Robes, Robes, Robes. Great iobs in i<ufi?lo Robes. Hudson Bay and Prairie Wolf. Call and examine and save the retail profit ARNE8S.-THE CHEAPEST HARNESS STORE IN New York t a good buggy Harness, hand made, <17; a good grocer's Harness, $28; a good milkman's Har ness, (30; a good double truck Harness, $'*); a good Stable Blanket $1 <10: waterproof Blanket*, strapped aud unstrapped. Plca?e cull and examine for vonr selves. Kl-ifER A OSBORN i.,71 Barclay at. New York. HORSE BLANKETS, ROBES, AC, IN ENDLESS variety, at prices that ploase everybody. C. M. MOSEMAN * BRO., Manufacturers. 114 Chamber* n trout Horses boarded ix the coi-.ntry for the winter at reasonable ralea; warm stable, plenty of hay. and competent man in oharge. Called for ana re turned, if required. Apply to A. HENDERhON, 85 Water street , Horsp.s boarded in good, warm, light stabler plenty room for carriages, wagons, Ac. ; al?o Stalls to let; term* moderate. 39 Great Jones street, near Broadway. London made harness, of best quality, in correct styles. THE LONDON HAKNK8S AUENCT, 20 East Fourteenth street, between Fifth avenue and University place. H Elegant team bl.ack carriage horses, ig* hands. 6 and 7 years; kind in all harness; tree from Ivlce; extr?flno under saddle; were raised in Ken tucky; h.ive been a lamlly team at one of the most fashionable watering places during the past season, 3H I and considered one of the most stylish aud showy | teams in tho country; are In every way reliable 55 I and warranted sound. Also "*2 I SET SILVER MOUNTED HARNESS, by Wood ^ Gibsoa I EXTENSION TOP PHAETON, nearly new. ONE LIGHT CLARENCE BY CORBET * CO.. ONE llglit Coach, 1 six seat Coupe Rockaway. 1 lour seat do.. 1 Broome street Brewster side bar top Wagon, 1 Stivers tall spring lop, 1 Waterman do., 1 extent ton top Phaeton. Pole and bafts, by Day A Son : Rockawavs, top and open Pony Phaetons, new and second hand Ex press Wagons, 1 Coupe, skeletons and Sulkies. 10 Road Wagons by best city makers, $40 up: Harneaa, Blankets, Lap Robes, Ac. W. H GRAY, 20 and 22 W poster street SPEED AND STYLR.? FOR SALE. A BAY MARE. 7 years, 1<X hands high ; trots In i-M. single or double-, warranted periect Apply at stable 55 First atreet gECOND HAND CARRIAGES, LANDAU. Coupe, four-seat Phaeton, ourtoln Coach, Landanlst, Clarence, top Wagon, no top Wagon, six-seat Rockaway, tour seat no ton Wagon, Cabriolet BRADLEY. PRAY 4 00., 888 Broadway. SECOND HAND CLARENCE AND COL'PK, BY Brewster; Rockaway, by Laurence; new car rl. 'tens of all styles, our own mate and warranted. J. COL YER A CO., No. 7 Washington place, opposlto 714 Broadway. QJECOND? HAND _ CARRIAGES-SIX-SEAT ROCKA Car_ Pony Phaetons, Rockawavs. MA UNTON REPOSITORY, 881 Broadway. TWO HORSES. IN PERFECT CONDITION, AND A double Truck for sale, together or separately. Ad dress W. P., Herald office. mo LET? PART OP PRIVATE STABLE, NO. 42 WBST J. Hghteenth street, between Fifth and sixth avenues; the stalls are on the ground floor. Apply to coachman. WANT ED? A MatTkOR A BLACK BOAD MA BE, TT 18V? high, 7 years old ; trotting in 2: i0; same color and sex preferred; grays and stallions excludod; perfect soundness, open gait and good temper a necessity. Send price and description to J. C. D., box 2,138 New York Post office. WANTED? HORSES TO BOARD, ON A LARbE ?T tarm 12 miles trorn the city. Address THO . W. WTLLETS, 44 Barclay street, New York, or SAMUEL WILLBTS. Little Neck, L. I. WINTER BOARD POR HOUSES? BEST OF CARE; dry, warm stable* ; good bedding : daily exercise ; terms $le per month ; $20 tor nprll, and horse* fitted for road : highest New York and Morristown references. Ad dress D. t<. McKEE, Morristown, N. J. TTTANTED-TO BUY FOB CASH. OF A BE8PON8I TT bie party, a Team of sound Road Horse*. Ad dress, stating lowest price and particular*. A. a, box 1(7 Herald offleo. ANTED TO BBNT-A STABLE TO ACCOMMO date six horse*, with wagon room for same num ber of wagon*; must be above Fourteenth street and be low Thirtieth street, east side. Address statin? terms, GAFF, FLM8CHMANN A CO., Greenpoint, L. I. Afa WILL BUY A GOOD WORK HORSE; 0RA7: $t)U or will exchange tor an open Buggy, in gooa order. Columbian Stable, 1U West Fifteenth street. _ wav, Vlctorta. Coupe ltockaway. Depot Wagon, Dog Carta, Park Phaeton. Uouoe. Doctor's Phaeton, Buggiea, Phaetons, Rockawavs. MANUFACTURER^' p? POST OFFICE NOIICE. ST OFFICE NOTICR. _ The malls tor Europe for the week endtng Satur day, November 14, 1874. will close at this ottloe as fol lows;? On Tuesday at 12 M.. on Wednesday at 4 and Ilk A M.. on Thursday at HJi A M. and on raturdav at 8 and 11K A. M. T. L. JAMES. Postmaster. Special. Post Office, New York. November 9. 1S74.? The steamer Nevada not sailing on Tuesday. November 10, 1874, as adTertised, there will be no mail for Europe on that day. The malls will be seut by the steamer Abys sinia, on Wednesday, November 11, 1874, and closed at 4 A.k. THOMAS L, JAMES. Postmaster New York city. DRY GOODS. AT SMITH'S PATTERN Baza A K. MO. 014 BK' (AO way, between Twentieth and Twenty first streets.? Kail line of Fall and Winter Sty lea, Just imported. The "Ben Bolt" "Norther," Ac., are worth seeing. Pattern*, with cloth models, now ready. Patterns fitted to the form warranted oorfoct. Cutting and basting done in stantly. MAONIFIOENT CAMELS' HAIR BRAWL FOR sal*.? Cost 91,900; will sell for $300. Address INDIA, box 113 Herald Uptown Branch offiee. MILLISER1 AND DUESHIIAKING. Artistic and superior dressmaking.? Economy In material, combined with originality of design; the immense increase of patronageln the de partment la a sufficient guarantee of our increasing *?$S>Kd5 TAYLOR, Broadwav and Twentieth street A? IMPORTED PATTKRNB OF ALL THE LATEST ? style* for Winter Costumes now open. N. B.? A superior panier Skirt Elevator and French Corsets. Mine. A. DUVAL, 878 Broadway. PBTKPCTIOK. LL PURSUE ~ BOOKKEEPING, ARITI1MKTIC, s - Grammar, spelling without classes. PAlNt'S College, M Bowery: Uptown College, 1,273 Broadway. Writing lessons $3 per month. Baokward persona taught privately every day and evening. T THOMPSON'S COLLEOB. JO FOURTH AVENUE, opposite Cooner Institute ?Bookkeeping. Writing, Arithmetic taught day and evening, ladlos' Depart ment Telegraphy taught practically, with Instruments; terms reduced to >10. An experienced teach br, gold medalist of foreign university, desires private pnptls: pre pares tor scte n title schools and colleges (angltsh or American). Highest city reference. Address TUTOR, box 1*7 Herald Uptown Branch office, 1.386 Broadway. A VISITING GOVERNESS, WITH DISENGAGED hoars, desires additional pupils in mathematics, English, Herman, French (ParWan). Lattn and oil paint ing ; beat city reference. Address Mlsa W. W., box 1M Herald Uptown Branch office. GREAT REDUCTION IN TELEGRAPHY.? CHANCE for men. women, boys, girls, to lesm telegraphy, at hair rates; reduced to $10, tor a tew days: tougnt practically with instruments; day or evening; learn and take positions; commence Immediately. THUMP. son 'ft College, 5? fourth av., opposite Cooper Institate. ELBGANT BUSINESS WRITING GUARANTEED.? Mean* DOLBKAR, 1,193 Broitdway. remove stiffness, trembling and nervousness from any band in a low les sons, and make swift, off-hand penmen In a few lessons; new pupils received day and evening. N. B.? One pri vate dealt for iuU business coarse vacant. SRENCH AND GERMAN THOROUGHLY TAUGHT? Conversational fluency Imparted; private lewons a week (three lessons at pupil's residence) ; classes 910 aauarter; books, pamphlets. Ac., translated. Add res PIIOPBimJor. box 147 Herald U| " " ~ F ! piown Branch oftlae. EUROPE. OB BALE IMMEDIATELY. IN FLORENCE. ITALY, A SPLENDID. PALACB-LIKB VILLA. The proprietor of this Villa, built three vesrs ago, wishes to sell tbe same on account of removal, the Villa contains 40 room*, splendidly fitted out decorated with fresco paintings by the oelehrated Italian painters and furnished In the most luxuriant stylo ; has all mod ern Improvements and comforts; contains a ballroom an1 parlors, billiard room, tour bathing rooms, a laun dry, Ac. ; every room deoorated and tarnished In the most elegant style. The GARDEN, OF 11,000 QUADRAT METRES, is mrronnded by a wall, with two monumental entrances. Stables for A horses and coachhouse for 8 carriages, and six rooms for servants. The Viiln is situated in the nicest and healthiest part of the city of Florence, has a beau tiful view of th? olty and suburbs, and only six minutes' walk from the Porta Roniana. lass: uSrtsruiciV" M I-VDCSTHXAX BIH1BIWOB COHPi? BEND IMM KDIATELY BBND IMM KDIATELY SEND IMMEDIATELY your tddraa for a Circular ex plaining the issue of the Bonds of I the Industrial Exhibition Com pany of New York. SECOND PREMIUM ALLOTMENT, MONDAY, DEC KM DEB 7, 1874. Drawn Series Bonds participat ing In tha Second Premium Draw ing lor sale At $40 EACH. ?*> each. *40 EACH. THIRD 8BRIE8 DRAWING Monday, January 4. mt& Erery Bond bought before the Third f eriee Dm* In* partieloates (herein; for sale at *20 EACH. t? EACH. SSU EACH. Address for Bondi and Circulars to MOKGBNTI1AU. BRUNO * CO., Financial Agents, No. 13 Park row. New York. Post office drawer No. 39. Remit by draft on New York olty banks, by registered letter or Poet office money order. 8 M i 3 JO 20 >M JO 30 IS p I i o I B roil SALE. A WHEELER A WILSON SEWING MACHINE. NEAR ly new, all in oomplete order, handsomely encased, will be sold tor $2S. Apply at .'37 Bleeckar street, between West Tenth and Charles streets. AN OLD ESTABLISHED CIQAR 8 FORK? DOING a Rood business, lor sale cheap, owner having othet business. Inquire on the premises. 316 Hudson street. A STALL FOR SALE GHEAP-AT WASHINGTON Market; notable to attend to business. Inquire at 196 Waverlev place, city. A? FOR SALK OR EXCHANGE? FIRST CLASH RES ? taunint and Bar, on leading avenue, doing an excel lent business; louir lease and clump rent; a rare oppor tunity. MALONK'S store Agency, 121 Nassau street. A LIQUOR STORE OS THE BEST AVENUE IN the city; long lease ; cheap rent; price low; terma easy; a bargain. Apply, to <ny agent, LloYD, IB Broad war A PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY FOR SALE? BEST Lo cation on Broad wav; has a low rent; does a AM business; also a splendid Drug Store. MITC HULL'S Store Agency, 77 Cedar street. A? FOR SALK. BAKERIES, CONFECTIONERIES, . Frnit Stores. Cigar Stores, Sample Rooms, cornel Liquor Stcros, Grocery .Stores, Tea Store*, Resuuranta, Oyster Saloons, Drug stores, tor $SU0. MITCHELL'S Store Agency, T7 Cedar street. A GOOD CORNER LIQUOR STORE AND HOUS*, 16 rooms; rent only I7S per month ; 200 men em ployed next door ; sure fortune lor a business man ; sick ness cause of selling. Apply at M)9 Myrtle avenue. Brooklyn. A HOTEL WITH 6i ROOMS, RESTAURANT AMD room? Prominent business location, opposite ter ries, tor only fti.OOO; Country Hotels Croekory Stores. Coal Yard*. MITCHELL'S store Agency. 77 Cedar at. A BAR AND LUNCH ROOM, NEAR WA.LL STREET, hnndsotnelv flttod up. for sale cheap; has, undof bad management, taken In 850 per day; price tl.SOOi would sell tor satisfactory security. Address WINB MERCHANT, box 784 Post office. A FIRST CLASS OY8TKR HOUSE, ON SIXTH AVE. nue, for sale cheap. Apply to J. E. MERRILL A CO., oyster boat No. 16, foot ot West Tenth street COAL YARD? ON THE WB8T SIDE, NOW DOING 4 good business; splendid location; favorable lease* all complete ; must be sold. Apply at No. 307 East Four teenth street. Drug store.? fine, fresh stock, blegani tlxtures, long lease at a moderate rent ; good tredei will l>o sold at a bargain. Lexington avenue and Elghtp fltth strret. filOR SALE? THE STOCK AND FURNITURE OF THE retail Boot and Shoo store J90 Fulton street, Brook lyn. lately owned by the late Oliver Lanaan. For terma applv on the premises to MARY LANGAN, Executrix, et to JAMES CHAM til. ks. 37 Warren street. New York. IIOR SALB-THE STOCK ANO FIXTURES OF ATBA and Orocery Store : satleiactory reasons given for selling. Apply at 523 Myrtle avenue, Brooklyn. OR RALE-GROCERY, DOING A CASH BUStNRSSs will be sold cheap. Address JOHN FOR D. station k For sale-a neatly fitted up barroom, with Lunch Counter, 1,202 Second avenue, northeaM corner Sixty-third street opposite Second Avenue Rail road depot For particulars apply on the premises. F FOR SALE? a LAGXft BRER AND LIQUOR 8TORB, with Fixtures and 8toek ; possession given Immedi ately. Apply at No. 62 Oak street New York. For sale? restaurant, supper room and small Hotel; good business; long lease; good chanog for a man or woman: part cash. balance in real estate or security. Address HOUSE, (KM Broadway. For sale? an established bakery, with a long lease, on Sixth avenue. I'or further particulars apply to HsIILR A SON, 934 sixth avenne. For sale-a good liquor and dining ba loon on West street; eneap rent and a good leaae Apply to L. MILLER, 278 West street OR SALE? GOOD MILK ROUTE, HORSE AND Wason. 614 West Uttv-second street F R 1WILL SELL. VERY CHEAP. AN OLD ESTAB. llstied Business, with Lease Fixtures and small Stoel| ot Goods; rent very low; good store. Apply at No. 411 Canal streot. ARE CHANOB FOR A MAN AND WIFX OR A 81* > gleman.? A small Oyster and Dining Saloon, com pletely mrntKhed ; rent paid until the 1st of December) cheap rent? $16 per month ; for sale or to let Inquire M 406 Canal streot. Safes? cheap for oash; herring's, ma* vin's, Wilder'*, Valentine Butler's, all slses; Jewel. ors\ silk and House Safes; Llllle's Improved Safes, at reduced prices. LI I. LIE SAFE COMPANY, 81 Maiden lane. SEWING MACHINES.? SEYEN SINGER'S NEW FAIL llv, nine singer's No. 2, Wllicox A Glbbe, Howe G. Graver A Baker and others will be sold very cheap aa would exchange tor Furniture or other merchandlae. 412 Eighth avenue, in lurniture store. qperm WILL BUT AN OLt> established ex iP'M'U press Buslneis, Horse, Wagon and Haraeast must be sold this week on account of other bualneaa. Re agents. Address H . Z.. Hernia office. (hcnn will buy thb nicely fittrd up ana fflUv/U good going Grocery and Liquor Store. No- M Frankfort street ?THE STOCK, FIXTURR8, AC.. OF A 8TA? tJ)UuU. tionery, Toy, Confectionery and News De pot with eight paper routes, tor sale; situated near Um oity; owner has other business. Address WILLIAMS, box 121 Herald office. MACHINERY. 8XALL BAXTER ENOINB FOB SALS. Address Port offlce bo* 341. k ? H- HO US K HORIZONTAL ENGINE IN GOOD 2Y. order; will be mid cheap for cull. Dtqilit kl ? Kulton straot, Mew York. AI.AKOR LOT OF SECOND HAND MACHINES of various makes (or Ml*. Apply to HBOUB a ?. COMPANY, 900 Broadway. C1KNTRAL MACHINERY WARBUOITSK, 119 LIB J orly street. n?ur Qreenwlch? Alt style*, new <m second Hand, hntrim-a and Hotter*. Rned's Safety Holt ers Smlth'H Woodworking Machinery, Maohiatot* iooH. WMa Machinery bought. For sale ? in warehouse, milleno, drill, iub, Tappina and fine Moul Working Machinery i I rant makers Address M. L. OUMP A CO., 17* William street, New York. Trip hammer wasted? old style ; about fllty pounds head. Address (lowcrt cash prloe), BLACKSMITH, box ItW Herald offlce. WANTED? A HORIZONTAL ENGINE, FROM 16 TO W-horse power. Address L. D. Junes, Piatnfleld, N. J. B1LLURDH. ! A 1 ?STANDARD AMERICAN BETEL TAB LBS AND JV I . the Phclnn A Collsnder Combination Cushions Ibf sale onlv by the patentee. II. W. COLLKNDEK, successor to Phelan A Coilender. 7S8 Broadway, New York. A LOT OF NEW 41.9X9 BBVBL BILLIARD i TABLbS, evorvthtnir llrst class for saie cheap. Call at pluno store 21 * hast Twcnty-tliird strest. I jsurvawffl I kiik and Mntw