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THE NEW YORK HERALD.
WHOLE N0.~13.970. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1874.-WITH SUPPLEMENT. PRICE FOUR CENTS. directory for advertisers. aiitrfmpNTS->Sico<fd Pace?Third, fourth, fifth And koe&ss?k5t5kk82$ BOABDEBS WANTEU?First PAOl-Hfth and sixth BOABdtnD LODGING WANTED-First PAGE-Slxth BBOOk'v " heal ESTATE FOR SALE-Sicono Page? MfKlNKStf ?> P "V) RTUNITIER?Ninth P*r.i. BUSINESS NOTICES? Firru Page?Fourth and fifth CIT*Ck"a" ESTATE FOK SALE?Second Page?First CLEBKs'H'aND SALESMEN?Seventh Page?Second column. ,, CLOTHING?Second Page?Second column. COACHMEN AND G AROKNEKn?Seventh Page? Second column. COASTWISE sTKAMSHIPS?Seventh Page?Fifth and MXth columns. OOP A111 N ERSHIP*"?Ninth Page. COUNTRY BOARD?PinsT Page?Sixth column. SaNCING aCaDEM1Ej>?Second Page?Fi'th column. WELLING HOUSES TO LET, Kl'HSI HKU AND US FU UN ISHJ4D?Second Page?second column. EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS?.seventh Page?Filth col umn. EXCHANGE?Second Page?Fifth column. EXCURSIONS?Seventh Page?,-ixtli column. FINANCIAL?Ninth Page. FINE ARTS?Fihst Page?Sixth column. FOR SALE?First Paok?*lxth column. FURNISHED ROOM - AND APARTMENTS TO LET? second Page?>ccond column. FURNITURE?Second Page?First column. tf^LP WANTED?FEMALES?Seventh Page?Second column. BELP WANTED?MALES?Seventh Page?Second and third columns. HORSES, CARRIAGES, AC.?First Page?Fourth col umn. HOTELS?First Page?Sixth column. HOUSES, ROOMS, AC., WANTED-Second Page?Sec ond column. INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION COMPANY?First Page? Fifth column. INSTRUCTION?First Page?Fourth colamn. LECTURE SEASON?Second Page?Filth column. LOAN OFFICES?Second Page?Filth column. L'tST AND FOUND-First Page?>econd column. MACHINERY?mrst Page?Sixth column. MaRBLE MaNTELS?First Page?Fourth columm. MATRIMONIAL?Second Page?-First Column. MEDICAL?Seventh Page?Sixth column. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTl.SEMENI'M?Tron Page? Sixth column, _ MISCELLANEOUS?Seventh Page?>ixth column. MU.-ICAL?Second Page?Filth column. NEW PUBLICATIONS?FirtH Page?Filth and sixth col umns. _ PERSON AL?First Page?First colamn. PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, AC.?Second Page?Sixth POSt'oFFICE NOTICE?First Page?Fourth column. PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALhS? Seventh Page?Second column. PROPERTY OUT OF iHE CITY FOR SAI.E OR TO lit,NT?Second Page?First column. REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE?Second Page?First column. REAL ESTATE WANTED?Second Fage?First colamn. RELIGIOUS NOTICES?First Page?First and second columns. REWARDS?First Page?Second column. BALES AT AUCTION?Seventh Page?third, fourth and fifth column*. SITUa i IONS WANTED?FEMALES?Seventh Page? First and second columns SITUATIONS WANTED?MALES?Seventh Page?Sec ond column. SPEC1\L NOTICES?First Pagc?Second, third and fourth columns. SPORTiNu?DOGS, BIRDS, Ac.-Fiest PAGE-Fourth column. THE '1 RaDES?SEvENTn PAor?Third colamn. TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES?oecond Page? Srcond column. TRAVELLERS' GUIDE? Seventh Pace?Sixth column. UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? Second Page?Second column. WANTED TO PURCHASE?Second Page?Sixth col umn. WATCHES, JEWELRY, AC.?Second Page?First col umn. WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SaLE OR TO LET?Second Page-First column. WINTER RESORTS?Fihst PAGE-Slxth Column. YACHTS, STEAMBOATS, AC.?First PAGE-Fourth col umn. PERSONAL.. B. 0.?I SHALL OO TO H. ON SUNDAY AT 7*. Impossible at 1. Friday morning, fourth avenue stac.e. The young ladv who tot in Twelfth street and elt corner ot Prince Is requested the favor of her aequoint Ance. to gentleman who walked with her on Iwellth street. Address, mentioning gomecircumstancc to avoid aii.-take to A. B. T? herald office. l/i ATE~?INSTEAD <>F MY ATTACHMENT FADINO, F it crows and strengthens every day . I always think ?I you as one who is pure, brave and true. S ours lor ever and ever, TVrEENE AVENUE CAR, THURSDAY NIOHT-IHE IjT gentleman leaning ngimst door, who lelt car at Tompkins avenue, is anxious to know wh> .you de stroyed lhat card. Please address OGDEN. i>ox 217 lleraid office. tTIaDY IN MOURNING. RIbINO DOWN T()WN I yesterday in a Sixth avenne car, and irom there iccoinpunied by gentleman as lar as Adams Express office, would confer a lavor upon gentleman who s.it in tnc corner and admired her, by sending address, or give ? DDointment, mentioning some circumstance, to CHARLES H.. box Irt'l Herald I nlown Kranch offi. e. MR. JOHN WE IS. BORN IN M OENC H WHILE K, supposed to be. living in Alabama, was wounded during tlie war, sent to David's Island, will please send his address to his sister, Magdalena Kramer, corner Stage street and Bushwick avenue. Williamsburg. Southern papers pjease copy. M_ n WAELACE. WHO ARRIVED FROM LONDON about two months ago, is requested to send his ad dress to Mr. HEL1-ANGEK. French Emigration society, No. :< Broadway, New Yorlc. mnE PERSON WHO TOOK .THE OFFICIAL I records (I vols.) Irom the office of an insurance com panyTbSitthe 28thof October can ol.ujir. SlMior their return by express, c. o. d., and n" <i'i siion? asked. "To-day," if you can. albany. rL_ "u Nl DEUX 1! TROI8!!!?WILL BE DETAINED UN til Wednesday morning." ?"y IDETTE."?BE MORE EXPLICIT. WILL MRS RYAN, WHO LIVED IN EAST Six teenth street in 1*70, send her address to CHESTER, Berald Uptown Branch offlcef ? REliIGlUUK MIT1I K5. T THE HARVARD ROOMS. SIXTH AVENUE AND Forty second street.?Dr. R. T. Hallock will speak before the New York Association of spiritual!ists miii dav at7S o'clock. Father Jonn Bieson at 10,L2. Con ference from 2 to i All Invited. ALL SAINTS' PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Rev. William M. Dunnell. Rector. Henry street, cor ner Scammci, New York.-Service every Sunday morn ing at 10&. and every Su nday evening at7>&. Hie Rec tor will preach. _ ; V MEMORIAL SERVICE IN HONOR OF THE LATE A Dr Abraham Geiger will be held to-day 111 the "Temple Beth-El," corner Lexington avenue and sixtv thlr" street U<ev! Dr. Einhorn, Minister), beginning at 10 o'clock A. M. 1 T THE SOUTH BAPTIST CHURCH. WEST TW?NTV A flith street.?Preaching November 22, by the Pastor, Kcv. A. C. Osborn, 1>. 1).. at 10^ A. M. and 7*-3 1. M. BEEKMaN IULL METHODIST BPliWOPALCBl ROM, Ea?* Fiftieth street, nctweeii Hrst and Second ave nues.? Rev. William II. Thomas, pastor, will preach sab bath at 10)* A- -M- *nd 7>4 I'lM, T?FREVN BAPTIST CHURCH. * ORNER OF DOWN 13 incr and Bedford streets. -Rev. P. L. Navies, pastor, will preach sabbath morning ami evening at the usual hours Strangers always welcome. /VayTeRY BAPTIST CHURCH. TWENTY-TIIIRD CJ street near Math avenue, ? it. s. MacArthur, Pastor, orea'hes; morning subject. "Dutv ot Confessing t hrlst; 1 evening, 'Healing at Gate Beautiful." strangers wcl come /VuURCH OF THE STRANGERS. MERCER STREET 1 ' near Wavcrloy place.?Dr. Deems will preach at lfa a. M. and P. M. Seats iree. Ushers meet Strang er^ Night subject.?"God and Man, Irricnis in cove flHURCH OF T1IE MESSIAH, I'AUK AV E NUE. <jOR IJ ner Thirty-fourth street.?Kev. \\ Jlliani R- Al^-cr. Boston, will preach. Subject (morning). The Open Da'r. ' Service II A. M. and 7S m the evening. flBUBOK OF THE EPIPHANY. FIFTIETH STREET, \J cast of Third aveiuie.?services. lo* A. M.. wiinscr mon by the rector. Rej-U 1. Tracy. Sunday School, with church service at 2X P. M Church of our saviour. Fitly-seventh street, near Eighth arejaue. James M. Pullman, pastor. ? Rnnfliiv morning* H, * uperfority of M?nnoon. feu?ay\?em"ii a' 7t?5. "The Fate of the .-ui. I |e. '_ EiclirUvsril STREET METBODIST EPISCOPAL church -Rev. E. W. Oilman secretary ol American Bible Society, will preach at 10:3i? A. M. The panor will preach a I 7:P. M..on 'The ^Minting ot Jes.K IB?T BAPTIST CHURCH. CORNER THIRTY-NINTH street and Fourth avenue.?Preaching I0S A. M. and 7% evening, by Rev. T. D. Anderson, D. D.. pastor. Cordial invitation to alh 1^1 TY THIBD STREET BAPTIST C I! URcll. ?KEV r W H Pendleton will preach morning and evening. Evening, sixth aUcourie In series In the book ot Esther. "Royal Monors Conferred." _ _ T^IFTH AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH. WEST FOl'.rY T six;h street ?Dr Armltage. paslor, prenchei snn day morning, iow. an.I evening. 7)s " ^ school. 0 a. M. Frirn n and strangers rordiallv Invited. Ci RAND SHAKER CONVENTION. S TEINW AY HALL. J fiinJav. November 22, morning, alternoon and evening ? Fiill choir oi *(ngers and speeche? by eiders and elderesses iiscns?ing Shakerisni. I'brlstlanit.v. inn de.itv. spiritualisni and all social <|tieltions, not omitting the Meechcr ft .ton scanda1. Admission. 25c. Reserved seals lor all three services, $1. Uox office open nil day fiitNrtUy. [ aV'.hn I'uAOB BAPTIST CHURCH.?REV. i. ft 1 I A N SON I'l.tCE BAP 11 ST CH U RC H.-Kh>. J. u. I I Fulton, pastor, will preach sabbath ir.'iriilng ll'H ?rcineli. . ubject: ?"Can christians Countenance Thev ire*-" Evenini' at 7M o'clock sutijeel"I'lio Pcrilsol Raiecling Hie rrtith." riianksgivniB services with Rev. Dr. Moore's clinrch. Sermon by Dr. Fulton. IYMAN c HOWE, TRANCE SPEAKER. WILL LEG J til re fi.r the Soelely ol Progressive .-plrltiiallsts, 1.195 IIri u,|? av. near Twenty ninth street, at 10!, A. M . sub (J.rt.-"Sit'nrl?e. iii Heaven;" 7'.. P. *1 . "Oecunailon In the isi)|rit I .and." Cnildren s lyoeum meets at P. M. Ln dies' Fair vfl Dccemher 22. Pilgrim baptist chorch. thirtt-thied street west of Eighth avenue, Kcv. J xpencer Ken ?,rrt.^-ermon in the morninc. "How and How Far Has Hiirnif Nature Fallen ?" Evening Sunday scnool anal, oiurh R RELIGIOUS NOTICES. REV. SAMUEL. M. HAMILTON, PASTOR OF SCOTCH Presbvteriau church. Fourteenth street, between Filth stid Sixth avenues, will preach to-morrow, at 10:30 A. M. and 3:30 P. M. _____ EV. \VM P. CORBIT, PASTOR OK SEVENTH _ street Methodist Kplseopal church, near Cooper In stitute, will preach aabbath morning on "The Nature ot Christian Per:ectinnIn the evening, third sermon on "The Judgment Day." Seats all tree. Rev. t. dk witt talmaue, d. d., Will preach to-morrow morning at the BROOKLYN TABERNACLE A MEMORIAL SERMON OS THE "CELEBRATED EVANGELIST. MK-. PHOEBE PALMER," wile of I'r. W. C. rainier, of this oiiy. SPECIAL EVENING SERVICE AT ZION CHURCH, Madison avenue, corner Thirty-eight street, TO-MORROW hVENING, at 7MO o'clrfcK, KEV, GEORGE I'. SEYMOUR, l>. i>? will preach the annual sermon to and in aid o( the SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION ot the Protestant Epticopal Church In the citv of New York. Tnc Rl. RICV. the BISHOP of :he Diocese is expected to preside^ JOHN P. FAI HE, Sec. SIXTH AVENUE UNION REFORMED CHURCH.? Preaching bv th? pastor. Rev. Win. B. Merrltt, at 10 i A. M. and f :S0 P. 51. Friends and strangers cor dUUy invited. TABERNACLE BAPTIST CHURCH. SECOND AVE nuc, between Tenth and Eleventh street?. ?Rev. James lioardman Hawthorne, Pastor. Services at lu:;0 A M. and 7s5 1". M. Subjects? Morning. "God's Estimate of the Worth ot a Soul;" evening, "Ihe Little 'things that Contound the Mighty." Baptizing: at clo-e ot evi n lng seriuon. Young men ana strangers arc- earnestly in ?itcd. THE PHILLIPS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, MAD. son avenue and Sevonty-third street ?The pastor. Dr. Alexander, will preach to-morrow morning at 11 o'clock. and Kev. M. K. Vincent in the evening at 7}* o'clock. WESTMINSTER CHURCH, WEST TWENTY-SECOND street, between Sixth and Seventh avenues.?I ho pastor, Rev. George D. Mathews, will preach here to morrow forenoon, at lUJi o'clock, and at 7\ o'clock in the evening. ZION CHURCH, MADISON AVENUE, CORNER Thirty-eighth street.?Rev. John N. Ualleher, rec tor. Services Sunday, 22d Inst., 10:30 A. M., 3:30 P. M., 7 30 P. M. MTH STREET PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, CORNER ot Second avenue.?Services at I0>.? A. M. and 7>S P. M. Preaching by the pistor, Rev. Robert Sloss. Bible school at 9 A. M. LOST AND FUUilD. L~OST?ON~ THE AFTERNOON OF WEDNESDAY, November 18. a black enameled Watch set with diamonds. i ho finder will be suitably rewarded on leaving it at 277 Madison avenue. Lost?in tiik western union telegraph of flee, a Pocketbook, with money, Ac.: the owner will dive a liberal reword. Address G. Y., Post ofllce box 4,811. Lost?last evening, near thirteenth street and University place, a small black and tan S'ut, cropped ears; answer* to name of "Die." A lib eral reward will be paid by returning her to VER PLANCK BROS.. 92 Chambers street. IOST?A POCKET MEMORANDUM BOOK, CONTAIN J ing papers, Ac., of no value oni.vto the owner. A liberal reward will be. paid by GEO. W. UiSlloP, at lirooks Bros., Broadway and Bond street. LOST?ON THURSDAY, A RUSSIAN LEATHER Card Case, with silver monogram and corners, con taining private memorandums of no va'ue but to the owner. $10 reward, and no questions a.-ked. lor return of same to T. W. b. HUGHES, 19 Broad street. IOST.?TAKEN, SUPPOSED THROI OII THE MIS J take of a cartman. a coil of 8-inch double lenther Belting. Whoever will return the same to No. M Kerry street will receive a liberal reward and no question* asked. LOST?A CARMAN'S RECEIPT BOOK: THE FINDER will be suitably rewardua on leaving it at 203 Cherry street HECK hit A BRO. QTOLEN?ON TUESDAY LAST, FROM A LITTLE 0 girl, on the wav to the express ofiice, a black siltt Polonaise, handsomely embroidered, and lace moire basque, trimmed with feather trimming, same color, and black th-ead laee, tour or five inches w.rte. The party tutting the same will be liberally rewarded by re turning it to the owner. Addresa P. box 101 Her ald Uptown Branch olllcc. The person who took the official records (lour volumes) from the olHoo of an insurance com pan v. about thelMih of October, can obtain #10.) lor their return, by express, C. O, u., and no questions askad. KK.W AJiJLJS. (J>1A REWARD.?LO ;T, PROM fii EAST TWELFTH vlu street, small blue SI: ye Terrier, with black cars. The above reward will lie paid if rn*;rned to 02 Boat Twelfth street. Hj.trn KKWARD.?LOST, IN VICINITY OF TWENTY ?P?JU second street and higlith avenue, on Monday ntternoon 16th insr.. a Wallet, containing n inm of money. The above reward will be paid on ita return to 2il West Twentieth street, fill (Ul EEWARD.?LOST-DRAFIS, IN AN F N iplUU velone. amounting to S) (*IJ francs, drawn by Mr. August Limbert, of New York, on Mr. Kraut, of J'aris, to order and not indorsed: pavmcnt has been stopped; $100 reward to the person who returns the same toCOUDERT BROTHERS, -ID Wall street, N. V. SPKf'IAIj WOTfCM. A?TH.: AMERICAN REGISTER. ? the most widely circulated of the American journals published m Europo. A capital medium tor American advertisers addressing themselves to European patronage. Indispensable to all persons visiting Great Britain and the European Conttrem. Subscriptions and advertisements (or the AMERICAN REGIaTER will bo received and single copies ot the paper may be obtained at the office ot the .New York Herald. New York. At a meeting OF THE DELEGATES from the 'Longshoremen's Union, held In convention at 76 and 7S Varlck street. on Tuesday evening. November 17, 1871, It was unanimously resolved that no meiuDer ot the different I'nlmis mtIU ever work, under any considera tion, tor the Walsh Bros., stevedores: and that, the 'l"iig slioremen are all willing to work tor any oiher stevedore or foreman the companies may place on the docks, ut the regular rates ot wages, namely, 40 cents per liojr for nay wor* and 80cents per hour lor night work. P. 8.? We hope that no other men will work in our places. ROGER BURKE, Chairman. Josicru Ashmori:. Secretary. ^ CARD. TO THE HOLDERS OK TICKETS TO THE GRAND GIFT CONCERT OF THE~ MASONIC RELIEF ASSO CIATION" OF NORFOLK. VA. :? OrncF. or thk Masonic Riuar Association ) or NonroLR. Va., > .Norfolk, Nov. 18, 1874. ) Tlie Board of Directors ot this association, feeling as- I sured that the patrons ot their enterprise and the public I generally are satisile 1 that in i>? managem-nt tnc in ter- ! ests of all concerned will be strictly guarded with hon- ! e-tv and iniruoss, and relying upon the belief that all who have aided us in ourellort to complete the Masonic Temple are willing to rely upon our judgment as to the expediency oi another postponement lor a lew uavs, notwithstanding our announcement that the concert would positively he given on the luth inst.. have decided that u short delav will be more satisfactory to all hold ers of txkets than to have a partial drawing on Thurs day next. The following reasons have Induced us to this ac Uon:? h irst?While our receipts have been Uri'8 thev have not been of sufficient amount to enable us to give a lull drawing. Second?A drawing on the 10th Inst, would not yield enough to accomplish theobiect tor which our associa tion was organized and chartered : and, Third?The encouragement which we have received convini es us that in lorty days more we shall, witnont any failure, give a drawing which, in its re;u;ts, will be | acceptable to ad our triends. I We have, thcrelore, tlxed upon TI KfiUAY, DECEMBER 29, as the dav when the Concert and Distribution will take place, whether all the tickets are sold or not, or the money will im rclunded upon application and presenta tion ol the tickers at the agency where purchased. J By order ot the Board ot Directors. HKXKY V. MOORE, Secretary. j AN ELKCTION for FIVE TRUSTEES of the . Greenwood Cemetery win be held at the office oi the Cemetery, fto, 30 Broadway, New York, o:i Mouisy, the 7th day ot December next, at one o'clock P. M. I Novkmbkh 20, 1871. A. PERRY, secretary. [ A~" LI. DESIRING HEALTHANU COM FORT SHOULD ! wear the Graduated I'hest nnd Lung Protector, lor men. women and children: sold everywhere ; trade supplied. ISAAC A. SINGElt, Manufacturer, C94 Broad way. A." Ale. sparkling Wines, mar.ulacturc ot complete oiittlts of Apparatus and Materials, with lull instruc tions-. all departments or manufacture, bottling and dis pensing: exclusive Rights in desirable (erritorv. cata logues free. JOHN MaTTHKWs; First ave nue, Twenty sixth and Twenty-seventh streets. New York. A GKNCY FOR KENTt'CKY sTATfi LOTTERIES. .lAMtiS II. SIL'RGKs. Broker, 2>? Murray street, one door irom Broadway. A -HAVAN A LOTTERY OK CUBA. ? I'.oval saxoi; Government Lotterv. Hamburg City Lottery. Brunswick Government Lottery. Prizes ca/hed mid informatioc given. Lock box 5..W4. IIIKOI'nK ZSOllOt.'H, 116 Nassau street, New York. A-parks, "emerson ?cu,~agents"for" " . Kentucky s<tate Lotteries, drawn daily. Itoysl Havana Lottery ot Cuba, drawn everv !7 davs. Kentucky single Number Lotterv, drawn Nov 2", I574. Masonic Belts I Lottery if Norfolk, Vs.. Dec. 29. 1*74. Pr'zes cashed, information furnished and nrculars sent. !?? addressing P.\KK> ,t CO., ISO Broadway, room 4. Post office l>ox !> 27i Private office attached. Office hours t a. M. fill 7 P. M. A -OFFICIAL DRAWINGS of tiik KKNTCt'KY . state Lotteries.?Simmons, Dickinson .t Co.. Man auers. kcstitu. kxtra class *o. 2U5?.novkmdkr 2', 1574. SO. 4. :>7, 1*. 77. 49. 21. 11. Is, 7,1. rn'Mirtr, class no. 288?noveuskr 20, 1874. 02. ;;j, 10. t">. r>4. 2t>. ?4, 0 4s, vt II f > ICV, KXTR4 CLASS NO. 117? XOTEXIIKR 2l), 1574. Ait, 84. 21, SI, 45. .til, ,',s. -.'4. fl'-.NRT, Cl. ASS HO. I IS?NOVI MIH a 20, I874. I'll. J I, 91. 4.% Vi M, &i, 2, 4i??. I. Kuli information bv applying to,I. CLI'IK. 200Broad wn v, room llr<t floor, rear office, or Post office box New York city. l -KKNTUCKY STATE SINGLE Nl'MBISB LOTTERY J\. on lis vans p'an drawn November 28. circulars or Information furnished J. CLUTh, authorized Agent, :0'i 11 roadway, or Post offi e 4,9ii9, New York. B -KENTUCKY 81 ATE LOTTERIES DRAWN . dailv, also one on Havana plan, drawn November 28. For tickets and schemes, address WILLIAM P MANNING. No. 8 Division iUtkk Saw Xack. SI'KCIA L. NOTICES. _ _ A?KENTUCKY 8TATK AND SHELBY COLLEGE ? Lotteries, J. S. Snutli A Co., Managers. KENTUCKY 81ATK KI1IIA CLAS . -0J, KOYKXBKK 20, IB74. 2. 41, 24. 10. 41, 5. 29, 71. II, 16, 58, 62. 75. S1JK1 BY, tXIRA CLASS 87, KOYrXBIH 20, 1974. 23, 5. 40. 55, 70, 21, 74, 5t, 80, 11, So, 7. 39 KENTUCKY CLASS 270. !?0rsc*nKR 20, 1874. 29. 24. ftp, 21. 49, 26. 34. 73. 51. 47, 45, 11, 17. SIIII.BY, CLASS C8, NOVKMRKR 20, 1874. 51. 46, bti, 6), 34. 3i?, 67, lo, 70, lift, 44. 18, 28. Prize* cashed and in(? >rmAtloii given. Adarets PHILIP (iOS.s, 171 Broadway or Posi office box 2,751. A -OLD KENTUCKY STATE AND SHKLBY COL ? lege Lotteries?Prizes cashed and iuiorniation tur nlshed at 2J2!; Greenwich street, or address box 4.864 Post office, Sew Yor^. F. LUTUY. A -ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY. . $48').OJO 1 $4*0,UW I $4MO.IJOJ ! $4^0,000 ! Next drawing. November 23d 1 Next Drawing, November 23d f Extraordinary Drawing. December 16th ! Circulars with lull particulars sent free. Address I*. r. DEVLIN, stationer and Q<nerat, 90 Liberty St., X, V. /COMMITTEE ROOM OK IRISH EMIGRANT SOCI cty and hniigrant Industrial Savings Bank, No. 11 Chambers street, New York. Novkmokr 20. 1874. Ataloint meeting ot the Executive Committee ol the Irish Emigrant Society and of the Board ol Trustees of the Emigrant Industrial savings Bank, held this day, Mr. James Olwell presiding, 1 he Chairman announced that this speci.it and Joint mect.ng Mad been trailed in consequence ol the dea'h of one who had lor many years been an honored member and officer of both ihe institutions represented. He alluded lo the late Mr. Joseph Stuart. Ihe following resolutions having been presented they were unanimously adopted :? Resolved, That each ot the Institutions represented by us has great cause to regret the decease and to honor the memory ot Joseph Stuart, and we would be lacKlng duty to ourselves and to the people we represent did we allow thi:? occasion to pats without publicly acknowledge inn hi*servici s. For upwards of twenty years he whs nil active and zealous member ol tho Irish Emigrant Society and its Vice President. Duriiiu the greater part ol that time al! aid or protection of emigrants depended solely on indi vidual cilorts, mere betn.: then no Suite commission havins charge ol that good work. Mr. Stuart was one of the original associates who. taking for the lieki ot their benevolence this so much nee.led aid and urotectlnu, labored zealously In the es tablishment ol these Institutions. Mr Stuart was ever anxious to do nil In his power, by personal exertion and by coutribuiin,' liberally of his wealth, in fur;h> rance ot the objects and alms ol the so ciety?namely, the intelligent ana friendly direction of the stranger landing on these shores. He ? a? largely Instrumental in bringing to the attention of the State authorities the necessity of cstnhllshiu,,' the present Board ol Commissioners ol Emigration. Ot the Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank he was one ! of the original incorporators, and tor upward of ten ; years its President, and his wide experience and saga city as a banker contributed very materially to Its good management and financial .success. As a cl'izen ot New York his record Is known of all men and requires no eulogy trum us, but ol hia private acts r,:' benevolence, which of necessity became known to us in consequence of our association with him, we can truly testltv that not only was he always willing to aid the needy, but tnat he did so without inquiry as to creed, Oiuntry or religious predilections. VVc mourn the loss at this excellent man, and we here by tender to his affiictcd family our sincere symnathy in their sudden and irreparable loss. The Secretaries are directed to record tnesc resolutions on the minute books of the batik'and of tho society, and to forward a copv. properly engrossed and signed by our respective President*, to the family of the deceased Resolved, That the united Boards attend the funeral of our former associate in a body. Resolved, That these proceedings be published In tho Herald, World, Times and Evening Post Hr.NRY L. HOOUET. President of Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank. JAMES LYNCH. President of Irish Emigrant Society. Henry a. danism, m. d.. 144 Lexington ave nue, near Twenty-ninth street.?special attention to tne discuses ol men and important medical and surgi cal cases. Havan a lottery. 1 Prize of $100,000 1 Prize of 80,000 1 Prize of 25.00U 2 Prizes of $10,000 each 50.000 1 Prize ol 5,000 10 Prizes of l.POO cacti 10,000 826 Prizes ot $? 00 mid $*0 270,100 Circulars ot intoriuaiion furnished free. s. B. MARTINEZ A CO., Bankers, 10 Wall street, rear basement New York Post office box 4,685. Havanaloti ery.?extraordinary drawing, December 16, 1874. Official Information ami lull particulars may be had directly from Havana, uy ad dressing J. H. 1)IaZ. A pa rtad o, ?87, Havana. Cuba. Havana TiJTTBRY.-EXTraordinary draw in?. German Government Lotteries. Prizes cashed and information given. WACHSMANN A CO.. Post officc box 3.316. Rankers, 76 and 77 Nassau st Havana extraordinary"lottery.-^heat reduction In price ot tickets for December. Send for circular. E. nONNi.NBERG, box 190 Post office New Haven, Conn. IT ent'ucky state lottery. W. 81X111 MONTHLY SINGLfc NUMBER SCHEME. (Authorized by special act ol the Legislature.) For the benefit ol tho University ol PaJucati. $300,000 to be distrtbntrd among the holders of Tickets. $50,000, the First Prize. Tne drawing to take place at Covington, Ky., Saturday, .November 2% 1874. No dlHcount on prizes. Every prize paid in full. SIMMONa, DICKINSON A CO., Manager*. SCHEME. i prize ot $.v),ono is $50,000 1 prize of 20,000 is 2i'.ih>0 1 prize of 10.000 Is 10,two ft prizes of 5,0.10 nrc 29.1)00 10 prizes of 2,5.0 'ire...... Z\000 AO prizes of 1,o n are 50,000 50 prizes of 800 are 25,000 50 prizes of ?50 are 12.400 100 prizes of loo are 10,000 APPROXIMATION PHIZES. 4 prizes of $3,0 4) $12,000 4 prtzi-s ot 1.65* ti.500 4 prizes ot l,u 0 4,0?? 5.000 prizes of 10 50.000 6,28*1 prizes, amounting to $300,000 Whole rickets, $10; Halves. $5; Quarters, $2 50. Remember that every Prize is drawn and payable In full without deduction. These Drawings are never post pone I, take place reirularly the last Saturday of each month, .-em! tor circular Address all orilers to SIMMONS, DICKINSON A CO., Covington. Ky. ENTUCKY "statu SINOLE NUMBER "LOTTBrT November 2s.?No discount on prizes: circulars of tlilormation Iiee. Address GEO. II. BOOTH, 73 Nassau street; box 3,087 Post office. New York. \UR DOUBTS ARE TRAITORS AND MAKE US W lose the good we olt might win by fearing an at tempt" THE FIFTH AND POSITIVELY THE UST CONCERT IN AID OF 'I HE PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KY., ? NOVEMBER 30, 1171 852,530,000 IN GIFTS 1 100,00!) TICKETS! 20,000 GIFTS! Four have already been siven and nearly two millions and a half dls.rihu't d among the ticketlioldcrs. In the First Concert the principal uift, oi $35 ooo, wis drawn by John K. Utirlf. of Memphis, Tetin.. now a resident ot New Allun-., lnd. In the second it amounteu to $75,<4)0. and went io a cinb at Columbus, lnd.. irotte.n up by Mr. T. c. Burgess. In the Third Concert the first gin oi $100,000 was drawn hy Mr. L. 11. Keith, of Kingston, Mass. Read his letter:? Kingston, Mass., Sept. 2!), 1S73. Messrs Tiios. H. Hats A Co., Managers Branch Olliee, liiiS Broadway New Yor*: ? Oiwts?in answer to yours of September 22 I wili say that the managers ot the Public Library of Kentucky paid me m lull on presentation ot ticket No. 20,8113, with no discount. $1od,0ih), precisely ast'iey advertise in their circular.-. I am very happy in have the opportunity to >nv n good word for the gentlemen connected with that Institution. Yours. Ac.. L. H. KEU'll. In the Fourth ? otKcrt Memphis was again tlie lucky holder of the ticket which drew the capital prize of $l8r,;V 0. which was distributed among various clubs ane Individuals in that city. In the Filth and Last Concert the pt Incipal Gift will be $250,i?4). and it waits only the turning ot tlio wheel ot fortune to ascertain me fortunate possessors ot ilio lucky numbers which will entitle the holder to such fortunes as $250,00 . $100, W0, $75,000. $50,000, $23,000, ,ic. LIS1' OF UIFTS. One Grand Cash Gift $210,000 i One Grand Cash Gift idUUCO 1 One liraml l'a>h Gift >5.000 One Grand Cusli Gilt 50,000 One Grand Cash Old 25.1100 5 Cash Gnu. $20,000 each 100,000 10 Cash Gilts, 14,000 each 140,000 15 1'itsii oifts, 10,000 each 150,000 ?.'0 Cash Gilts, 4,000 each 1<?, '00 2.1 Casli Gifts, 4.100 each 10.1.0)11 30 Cash Gilts, 3,000 each 90.000 4'.) Cash lints, 2.000 each lOI.DOn loo Cash ill its, 1,000 each 100,000 240 Cash tiltts, 500 each 120.014} 500 Cash Glltl, 100 each M.OUO 19.000 Cash (Jlfts, 50 each 95.1,000 Grand Total. 20,000 Gifts, all cash '. .$2,500,000 Whole Tickets, $50; Halves. $25; Tenths, $5; ll Whoie Tickets, $500. This Is the last chance for easv fortunes, and tnose who want to avail themselves of It have 110 time to lose. BUY TO-DaY. For tlckeu or Information address Tllos. h. h n a m i.K rTE. Agent and Manager, or 1110*. II. HAYS, 60S Broadway, New York. P" " U I LADE LPH1A. NOV? "If. ~ 1374. - A T A MISIINO ot tne bankers and broker* of Ihlrd street it ) was resolved that ? reward of $2. IV be pal 1 lor the arrest and conviction ,-f the purfv or parlies .-on cerned in the circulation ot certain forged warrants. :>urnortine to be Issued b> the Bosrd ot Education aud Police Department ot the cltv 01 Philadelphia ciiss t. YERKES, Jr., Chairman. OVAL t. A Van A LOTTERY! NOVEMBK Ft 23.? 1480.300 In prizes. Circulars of full information furnished free. Prizes -.'ashed. Governments, Spanish bank bills, &>? . Ac., purchased. TaYLOR i CO., bankers. No. II Wall street. New V?.rk. UAVOKY M MOOHM'M BEST FOOD FOR INFANTS. resembles mother's milk more closely than ar.y ottier kind of food, perfectly fulfilling It* oh)ect-that of pro moling the growth and health of the child. The royal families of England and r.ussta sre supplied with this food. and tb? medical profession recommend It with the utmost confidence and rertalntv 01 success. See .nedic.i certificates iml opinions. Wholesale and retail .if the manufacturers. _ 143 New Bond street, London. W , and retail ol all chemists mid storekeepers throtighoui tne states and Canada, who also supply Savory 4 Moore's Digestive Cocoa, for dyspeptic and delicate per sons ot all ages. fjpHE SALE or FURNITURE ADVBRTfSED TO 1 take place at No. 42a Fifth avenue, on TuesdaVi No vember 21, Is withdrawu. furniture having been ala ?mwmI /if ?t nrlvafA iaU SPECIAL NOTICES. <5j_r0 huh -royal Havana lottery ok iptouiuuut Cuba, November .3, and extraordi nary drawing of December Id Circular* or information 46111 lret'- HATES A CO., 196 Broadway, tc (inn mm public library op ken v/u.l/uu tuckv (iift Concert.?'Whole tick els, $50; halves, S2S; tenths, $3. Tickets for sale by 1'. C. DEVLIN. stationer and Acent ill Libar'.y street SP()RTI\tt-dou?, UliiUS, ate. * T AUCTION ON SATURDAY. by J ERE. JOHNSON. J\ .It., nt 117 nassau rtre?t, 2 Siberian Bloodhounds. very large (one m Inches Ilium, dog and bitch, two years old, out o! imported stock; nNo two 1'ups, ol same stock, tliree nion.nsold A ?for sale, all kinds op pancy dogs. ? Bird*, Ac.; Medicines tor nil diseases: prepared Food lor mocking birds, at B. i>. DOY&V'S, No. 3 Greene street near C.iimiI SINGING birds, PIGEONS. PARROTS, RABBITS, Pet Animals, Ferrets, Goldfish. Fish anl Plants for Aquaria. shells. Mocking Bird i-'ood. dig Medicines, Aquaria Cases. 31 i- ulton street. J. BAGOT, Agent HORSES, c ARIilAUKS, ?c. At barker a ko.vs CITY AUCTION MART AND NEW YORK TAT TEllSALi.'-', coiner of Broadway and Thirty-ninth street MAJOIt cilakles w BARKER, AUCTIONEER. rr.Gt'l AR HaLEs of Horses. Carriage1!. Ac., EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SAIUuDAV. AT klkvi N O'CLOCK. TWENTY-FOUR hour' allowed for trial on every Horse sold under warranty. thl> lf> 1iie only Auction Mart !n the State bavinz the proper facilities to: showing Horses on sale, viz.a lurtre Driving Ring, entirely under cover, and plenty of room tor examination. CATALOGUE 0> SALE tnis DAY, AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK, THE BEAUTIFUL Imy trotting gelding Field Marshal, got ov second Hoyd McNary. dam ty Torn Hall, bred b.v Mr. Davis, of Kentucky , 15% lugli, 0 years old. lias great stylo and appearance; trotted when tour years old in lias lloiving mane ami tail and is sound, without blemlslt; si\ weeks ago this hurse In passing u circus train became unmanageable and turned llio w?gon he. was attachad to over; he could trot then in 2:3i; owner sells only on account of being timid ; a great opportunity to socure genuine ?peed. ELEGANT PHAETON turnout comprising the high bred black trotting mare la lldlc, by General Knox: 13high, 7 years old. is a game, prompt and very stviish driver; can trot in three minutes; can be driven bv a lady at speed, and Is warranted sound and kind: also splendid and really new top Pony Phaeton, Har ness, Ac. THE WELL KNOWN bnv trotting gcldlnir Alton, got bv Draco, !?% high, 7 years old: a tree and extra handy driver ; lias n record ot t :">4 to the pole ; is afraid or noth ing and Is warranted sound and kind ; sold to close the estate ot the late Colonel M. Smith, of .Jersey City. KXTRA !>!? s1rablk pair ofclosely matched carriage Horses. 15% high. 7 an 1 * vears old. have fine stvie and action; are prompt drivers, great roadsters; a pertcct fannlv team and warranted sound and kind. POWERFUL BROWN Draught Horse, weighs 1,200 lbs., 16 hieh. 8 years old; good driver; great worker; war ranted kind. ROAD TURNOUT, consisting of a beautiful sorrel trotting Mare, got by Major Edsall. Wi high. 7 years old ; Is. without exception, one ol the finest, most stylish drivers tn the Mate; has a record ot k:40^; also Top Wagon. Harness. ,\:e. KaaT sorrel Vermont Morgan trotting Gelding, 15 high. 9 years old ; a fine and easv driver; lias trotted in 2:5o; Is perfectly sale for u Indy to drive; lias been driven bv present owner tortile pa=t lour vears; stands without tying, and is warranto.! kind ; also Dusenbury Road Wagon, Harness, Ac. fort^ TOP and no top Road Wagons. Depot, Express and Business Wagons, Carnages. Harness. Ac. '1 WENTY-ONE other Horses. fi LE Description at sale. SALES NEVER postponed on account of weather. AT8LBWH?. ^SLEIGHS. SLEIGHS SLEIGHS. DOUBLE AMD SINGLE CUTIERS, very tine, OK EVERY DESCRIPTION. BEAR ROBES. WOLF ROBES. FOX ROBES. BUFFALO SLEIGH BELLS. STABLE BLANKEIS. DRESS BLANKETS, SWEAT BLANK ET8. Coune. Clarences. loupe Rockaways, Depot Wagons nn,l K.icknwavs, top and no top Waeons. full springs and Hide oars, t>y Rrewster. Dusenbery ana Miner A stevens, Barouche. by Brewster A Co.. lop doctor ? W agon. b\ Brewster A *'o.; I'our seat_ Park Pnaeton, by Stivers; ex tension top Phaeton, hv Wood Bros.; top and no top I otiy Phaeton, express and business W neons; also the celo *>ruted TRADE BUSINESS WAGON. PRIVAIE SALE. . VAN I'ASSELL A KEARNEY. 110 and 112 Fast Thirteenth street, near Fourth av._ "7 FOl'ii SKAT DEPOT W.UION--CAN BE MADE A close (or winter, nearly new; also chunky 1 ony Horse. Mutable lor any work; together or separately: dirt cheap. Pwrticulars at TAYLOR .s dining rooms. 59 Ce.lar street, or corner Broadway and highly-fourth st. A vert beautiful akh PERFBCT pair of ramtlv bar Horsvs for sale*. IS1', hands: warranted , ui ererv par*eul<\". A t a ulcmlsli about them. Address i II. E. S.. lleral'l olrtce. | 4 GREAT BARGAIN FOB l ASU only?A GENTLE A man's Turnout, consisting of ? very handsome vounir llorso, 15?4 hand-, sound and kind and warranted to trot to a top wagon inside ol three minutes; also a lull spring top Wnenn. built to order, v illi a two ?ears' warrantee -et ol ?in :le llarnrss, Lap Kobe. Blankets ami Wblii: an as pood .isnew. Inquire lor 0. TilOMAS, M,. 14!) \Vest Thirty-tilth street. "7 STABLE lO RKNT-AT $25 PER MONTH; FOUR A stalls: pons.'Mlon Immediate Apply to &lTlo.\ A CO., 117 Wall street. IFOR SALE CHEAP. TWO HORSES. SUITABLE . for truck, cart, farming or any business purpose; to be soli at a ?icrlfleo. .<9 Bleecker street, rear stable, near Bowery. 4 ?FDR SALE, THREE HORSES. SUITABLE FOR A. mrming. grocery or exnross; trial allowed and to lie sold ohenp. Inquire at 3*0 Bowery, opposite tilth street, in the roar. 7~Leli.ga.nt LANDAULET, only used a few A. months; also one Coupe, made byWool Bros ; u?ed by a private family, lo i>e seen at M. GLKLl-Y s, 109, 111 ami lli hast Thirteenth street. Full sale-A GENTLEMAN'S TURNOUT: FAST Mare, can beat 2:VJ; rotii Wagon, in perfect order. Call at 112 West Thirty-fit st street. 1.10R SALE?A BROWN HOIl-E. lS>a HAND.".. 7 r years old: sound and vory Kind ; trots in .1:10; price $1.A ?'all at 3i ? alkcr sheet OB SALE CHEAP?A LOT OF GOOD WORK HORSES, tromSto 8 venrs old; also five good Road Horset. Apply at 176 Mercer street. C~BK?T SALE OF HORSE BLANKETS T The EUREKA HOUSE BLANKET COMPANY. j( Mercer street near Grand, are selling their Itnniense stock of llors" Clothing and Robes at retail at wholesale discounts. Call ind examine and save the retail proflt H ARNESS,?THE CHEAPEST HARNESS STORE IN ? New York: a eood buggv Harness, hand made. 517; loo'! L'rocer's Harness. $25: a good milkman s liar Iirs- s?l. a Ifood double trunk Harness. $v); a good s*.ihle llfnnket $1 W; waterproof Blankets strapped arid tm-trapped. Plea-e call and examine tor vour S, ve- l-'l I ER A OrtBORN .71 Barclay st. New \ ork. H OR-E BLANKETS. ROBEs. HARNESS. CLARK'S | AX Clipping Machine and Horse^Furnishing Goots at prices that please everybody. C. M. Mo K.M.vN A , BRo., Manufacturer^ and importers, 1UChambers st._ | T~r. FOLEY, AUi'VIONEKR ?ON SATURDAY, j ,1. November 21. at 2 o'clock P. M., I shall sell, with out reserve, st 2,2<l> Third a\enue, one gray Horse, to . pay bill ot keep. s LK1GHS, CARRIAGES. SLEIOH BELLS.-IMMENSE ! stock: everv style and description , all at reason- i Hiile price*, lar^e assortment second hanil ana ilirfntly j union. 6? Broadway. OTAIhTe TO LET-IN HEAR OF 128 MADISON street: room tor six horses; reut $18. Inquire at | j. STEM.ME a co.'s, ll Bowery. i rpo LET?PRIVATE STABLE. Wiril SIX STALLS 1 and room tor Ave carrla?es: also small stable Room for iwi> carriages and three stalls. No. >32 West six teenth street AVANTED?A STYLISH HORSE. SUITABLE FOR A YV doc eiirt; must bo sound, kind : not afraid ol ear*, ninli knee action; irood roads.er; lull 16 hands; must be cheap, fen.I full particulars and lowest price to M. K W., liox 171 lleralu office. 11MNTED?MATE FOR A CARRI >GE HOBSE; MUST VV ' be lii 2. perfectly sound and kind. Address, with full particular'' and where to be seen, P. H. >v.. room o, f,0. 70 Broadway. tl'ANTED?A SIX SKAT SoCKAWAY- *LSO A V\ lialit Coupe ; must be In Rood order Address, with fn:: particulars, J. S. M. box 5.036 New \0rk Post offl.-e. XVANTED-A COACH OR COUPE AND PAIR OF >> jood Horses, lor which desirable ileal Estate wtjl be exchanged. Address, stating price. SMITH LEUaNI, 44l Ka t KIft> -tilth street, itub owner need answer. V*'\NTEI)-A FEW GENTLEMEN'S ROAD AND VV ' coach Horses, to Board in the best ventilated pri vate stable in the city; every accommodation. No. 2l? West Forty-first street __ POST OFFICE XOT1CC. POST OFFICE NOTICE^ The si AILS FOR EUROPE for the week ending Sator d.V Nov. 21, H7?, will close at this oftlce as follows: On Tuesday st ll.S a. M. nn Wednes iav at J A. M. On Thursday ?tll)fi A. M., and on Saturday at IIS A. M. and 12 M- T. L. JAMES, P. M. YACHTS, STEAMBOATS. T^OH SALE?SEAOOING STEAMBOAT ESCORT. 200 r lect lobe; also steamihlps Steamboats ?u-ani Yachts. Turs. Ac. By FREDERICK C .-CHMIDT. No. 1 South William street. INSTK L'CTIOV .... rRITATE 1NST1TTION.?FOR A VKRY SMALL compensation a well educated lady pivim? ^ niiiriuii references, seeks a position and board in a pri vate tamllv to tcach the modern lanijuaaea and uiutlc. Address JUDITH, box Hi Herald omce. MAltllLB MAXTBta. a T GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, J\ ah extensive stock ot Slate and Marnlo Manteis* Wash Irsys and Slate Work of fverv description. PENHHYN SLATE COMPANY, Union square. Fourth avenue and Seventeenth ?t, N. t. T GREATLY REDUCED PRICE:?AN I NTENSIVE A stiieii ot Marble and Marb'.elzed Mantels ano all other marble work, Marble Turning for the trji..e. A. KJ.Alu- K. 1VI East Eighteenth street, ivar llurd a\. I OTSWART^ SLATE MANTELS, MARBLB AJD O Woof. Mantels rich and elegant designs, at the low ?at prices. 2W and K2 West Twenty third ttreot, be I ttrcca .seventh and KUthth avenue*. INDUSTRIAL. BIHIBlTloa COHfUif. (10(40940 (?0(40$40(40(40tl0(l0$|0(l0(4<*40(40 (40?<0$40 940940*40 (4' $40$4<l(40(40il0(40*40(4i*40(4.*l0 ill*! *40 (40(40(40 940(10(40940(40940940(40(40(40940(40 #4 (10*40 S4"*4'*40 940940(4 '(10(40(4 0*'0$ll't.0$4'l* H $1 ? (4014 *40 940$ .0(40 $4"(4 *lO(40?4l*!0(10(4 1*10$ 40(40(41) (4"( 10(40 THE DAYS AKE GETTING OOOOO RRRRB TTTTTTTT O O K R T O O R K T O O R R T O O RRRRR T O O R R T () ORB T O OR R T OOOOO R R T and so are the 910(40$ 40 f49(40(40( 10(40$ 10$ 10$ 10040(4094 3910 $10940940 940 H >9 Ml (40(ir(H(10MO#10(4.I(40?40$l0(l0|<0 (10940(40 *40(40(40 (10(10(IOi>4l>(M*4i(4 $44*40$4U$-OIJ4I> ?4O$4fli40 940*411(40 (40(10(40(40(40940(10(4' *40M< (4i*?'l $10#40(40 #4I.$40$40 $4- 9111(4 '$!0(40.S40(40(40(10540('.0(40 (40(41*40 DRAWN SKIIIE BONDS of the INDUSTRIAL exhtiHITION COMPANY. SECOND PREMIUM ALLOTMENT, to be held DECEMBER- 7. 1874. at 8TEINWAY HALL. (40(40(40 $4lt$l0$40$40$?il$10Si;)$ 10(10$ 103M$l0 $4O$40$(f) (40(40(40 $1:1(10(405403 0(40(4'J(40 vl0i4 l>40(10 910(40(10 (40*40(40 (409 UKI'ltf 40940(40910(1 (10(1091 ?(4?' $10(40(4" (40(40(40 Jt $10(40(1 >S10(t0(!l>9t09.'*l )#40j'.0 *40r4 $.0 (40(4 4(40 (40(41*4 1*40(1 *10$ 10(4' *10$ 1j$ 1 >$4U (10(40(40 ONLY 4,000 BONDS PARTICIPATE. Every bond receives at least "(it 1 CAPITAL premium OF (W.OOO 1 CAPITAL premium OK 10.000 1 CAPITAL PREMIUM OK 5.0110 i capital premium ok 3.000 3 CAPITAL premiums OK 1 1,000 and many ottiors. $40(40(40 (40(4'1( l'l( 1?( 10(40 540510(10541(41(40 9109*1(40 (I0$40(4O ,40 ..10(10(40 ?4 l$10(iO(40MO -10*10511 $41(40(40 *4 * 40(40 $40$49$40(l0(40(40(4<>(40$40$10(40j40 $10(40(40 $40(40(40 l>40$ 10(40$40(40( 10 40$l)(40(l0?10(10 340(10*40 $44.(40(10 (10(11*40110(40(4:1$ 10( 10$10(l0$40il) (40(10540 Drawn Series Bonds for sale at (10 EACII. This loan is raited for the purpose of erecting the Permanent Industrial Exhibition Palace in New York city. Send orders without delay to (40$40$40 $40$ 10340$! K40S 4; *4. )$ 40(10$ 40(40810 (43(40(10 *4 3tO(40 $*1910(409 Itf940$10*4094 )(40( 40(40(40 $10$ 10*40 940(111(41 $4O$l0S40?l094 *40(40*10940* 10*lOaiOO (lu#4 (40 SI '310(11 S 'l $0 S 0*4 |?;4 l$4 *4 1*40(40(10(40940 $10$1'*40 (40(40*40 (4;-(4C$40(40$ 10(40(4 *40510*40(40340 (10(40(40 moroenthau. 11BUNO A CO., Financial Asents. No. 23 Park row, New York. (Post office drawer, No. 29.) Remit by draft on New York city banks, by registered letter or Post office money order. (40(10$ 0 $40$4I'$40510(1034 *40$10(40(10$!0$40 (40840*40 (01*40(40 ( 4 It 10(1054'*10$ 10 5 4 '$ 1' $ I ?.!? $41)' 40 ?40(40$ 10 $40(40(40 (4 >(40(1034094 >(40(40 ?*'$ 10(10(40(4 I (40*40(10 94091 '$4 I (40$40940$40*40$l0$40*40$40$10(40$l0 $4 S4'*4'1 *4 (40$40 (4O$4O('!0(40f luf 4u(10i40$40S10(4 1J40 (10540(40 SSS-S H H S S 11 H S II H S H H SSSSS HHHHHI1 S H U S H H S S U II SSSSS H 11 DOARDEKB WASTED. "I BKCOND FLOOR? WITH PRIVATE TABi-E: ALSO .1 Rooms for gentlemen, without board; references. 38 East i wntielh street, near Broadway. 1 ELEGANTLY KITRNI.-HED DOl'BLE PARLOR 1 an<1 two large third story Rooms, with excellent table (private table if desired), alZ'iand 2S hast Twenty thirl street i Madison square!. Mrt. P. V. KENT. 1 LARGE. HANDSOME FRONT ROOM-VERY DK .1. sir able for two or three aentlomen: also Inrge 11 all , Room tn let, with Hoard, at 217 West fourteenth street; terms moderate, "1 BLOCK. KIMIM CoOPER IN "TITl'TK.?Ft" RNISH KO ! 1 Rooms lor gentlemen or gentleman and wlte with j or wlttiout Board: private tthe it desired - term* mod- | crate. 33-tuyvesant street, between Second and Third avenue*. 1ST class nor -K NEWLY OPENED.? second I floor elegantly furnished Rooms, $14 to $16; upper Rooms, f. i to S.^, Including tire: table p.nexceptlonable. 126 Wen Twenty ninth street, near Broadway. ??1 en PER DAY, S-i PER WEEK AND EPWARD. ?jpi ?)U tor line Rooms, wltn excellent Board, at *76 Blccekcr strict, six blocks west ot Broadway; health lilt ai.il litcr.irv mv ietv. 2 OF T.IK BAND80KEHT FLOORS IB THE CtTT, newly and elegnntlv furnished, with private table only, at prices to suit the times. 67 Thirty-eighth street, between Fitfh and Sixth avenue* era AVBBt'E, BETWEEN TWENTY-EIGHTH AND f) Thirty-second streets.? econd or Third Floor to rent, elegantlv turnished. hath, Ac., with private latnily, residing on the avenue, with first class lull or partial hoard, at reason ihle rates: private table it desired ref erences exchange I. Address wi'n name and require ments. m. iv. hnx liW Poet oftee. Bew York. qb - C/1 AND $6 PER WEEK?PLEASANT. SL'NNY ?!><) ?)\F front ; Rooms, double n:id single to let. with Hoard, t i married couples or gentlemen; gas and tire. 8ji East Thirty-third street. "Ilk WAVERI.EY PLACE NEAR BROADWAY.? 1"' Handsome. tront Rooms. $14 and ?'2i tor two per sons, with Hoard; no children: single Rooms, $3 and $9; steam heat; also lahle Board. $5. UTII STREET, WEST, 3M ? IO LET. WITH BOARD. I a large Room, wl h middle Room connectinc, on | second tloor; all modern improvements and southern exposure 17 WAYERLEY PLACE.?NICKLY FURNISHED J I sunnv Rooms, with flrst c'ass Board, tor tamllies and sincio gentlemen. at moderate rat'-s. "1 rTII STREET, BO. tS WEST. BETWEEN FIFTH II andSlr.ti avenues.?Second storv tront ami hall , Bedroom to rent, with Hoard: back Parlor, one double j am! one single Room, fourth tloor; references. O] ST STREET, 114 WE.ST.-ROOM TO LET, WITH ZiL Board , reterence. 90 EAST FORTY-FIRS!' STREET?NICELY FUR- 1 Zd ? nlshe.l sunnv Room on second door, also two on j fourth tloor. suitable lor a family or gentlemen. with I Boar.l, 99 EAST FORTY-NINTH STREET.?ELEGANT ? -j Suits and single Rooms; strictly tlrst c!a?s house; private table given; references exchanged. ??Q WEST TWELFTH STREET. NEAR FIFTH AV entte.?With Hoard, handsomely furnished suite of Rooms on second tloor; also Rooms ou third floor; house and table firs; class. (1QTH STRBlsT. NO. 107 WEST.?FRONT ROOMS, EN suite or singly. having 11 southern exposure, to let to married or <1111: lo gentlemen, with Board; hall Boom, with isree closets; references. ill WEST EIGHTEENTH STREET.?PARTIES DE ?1 L siring ilr<t class accommodations can have Rooms, en suite nr singly. With first class table. , ?JQ t'LINTO.N PLACE. - LARGE AND SMALL O0 Rooms to let. with good Board, at reasonable n rices: no cold halls; hot air throughout: fires in grato desired . hcl and cold water in large rooms. O/> EAST TWENTY FIRST STREET. NEAR BROAD 0U way.-Handsomely furnished suit of Rooms, with liberal table and comforts of a retined home; also one square Room: references. A 1 wi-.st TWELFTH street.-* NEATLY FUR T"-L nished Room fo rent, with breakfast, to a ?er,tie man. 10 WE-T FIFTY-FIFTH street.-to rent, with T0 Board, a larse. nicely lurnisned alcove front Room, with nnip.e closet and water convenience; also a pleasant back 1'arlor, to gentleman and wife or single Kentlemen. NINTH STREET. A FEW DOOM WF.ST OF ?)') Hroadwav ?Two large square Rooms and a front 1'arlor; splendidly furnished . every flr*t class conven ience for g( ntleme.n: Hreaklast if .tesired. r 7 WI ST THIRTY NINTH STREET.?DESIRABLE >) I Stilts of Rooms -n the second and third floors, with Hoard; references exchanged. ?7 EAST NINTH STREET. BETWEEN BROADWAY ?1 I ar.J I'ntversity place ?Handsomely furnished Ri oms. en suite or singly, wltii Board . two or three can obtain table Hoard; references exchanged. /?n WEST TBIRTT-IIOHTU s TREE r.?Ft; rnisiied 1)11 Rooms to rent, with Hoard; single Room for a gen tleman. 7Q WEST FORTY FOURTH STREET ? NICELY 10 furnished Rooms, with excellent Hoard ; $13 per week for two; Kentlemen only; references. 1(\ * WEST THIRTY EIGHTH STREET-IIAND J ImJ sotnely furnished back Parlor, with closets; also alcove Chamber, other Rooms, with or without Board, for gentlemen only. 1 4 EAST TWENTY SEVENTH STREET.?TO LET. I?''t with Hoard a nieelv turnished Parlor Floor; references giver, a.id required. 1?A LEXim; rt'> AVENt'E.-HANDSOMELY Ki'it l?/'? nlshed Rooms, with Hoard, on flrst and third floors, tor gentlemen and wives and singlo Kentlemen; private family; terms to suit titne?. 117 EAST I WENTY-sEVENTH STREET, NEAR Li I Lexington s venue.?Pleasant furnished Rooms, with sunny exposure, to let, with good board to slnele gentlemen; terms moderate; good table Hoard, $4 per week. l/'l WEST THIRTY ForRTH STREET.-ELE Iw't gantlv furnished front 1'arlor. tor t-entleinan and wife. <v<fli or with ait Hoard; also large Room on tiiird floor, with two large closets. Rooms tor gentlemen 9 tl WEST TWENTY THIRD STREET.?A PRIVATE family will let south Rooms on first or second floors, together or separately, with first class Board , pri vate table If desired; terms moderate. HUAROEK& WAJITBD. 0 j q spring street. between vabick and ^tO Macdougal.?Furnished Booin to let, to two gentlemen, with or without Board; price $2 SO wlthoat board. QKQ WEST rffESn FIFTH 8TBEET. BETWEEN ceventh and i ighth avenues.?one large Boom over Parlor to let with or without Board; pan. Hot and cold water. 111 private lainilv ; term* moderate. ?>Ui LEXINGTON AVF.NUK, BETWKEN THIRTT ?Jl-J eighth and Ihirivninlh street*?A furnished Room totet, with Boaril, to a single gentleman. Refer ence*. 1 170 br?adway.-an elegantlv FUR 1.1 |W nlshcd second storv front Boom to let to gen tleman ami wife; Ho.trtl for Hie lady. Broadway and twenty sixth street.? Nicely tarnished Room*, single an l en suite, at greatly reduced prices; res.aurant attached, at the Crittenden House. IIICIILY FURNI-HED ROOMS AND SUITS AT i, Grand Union Hotel, Fourth avenue and Korty-flrst s-treet; dining rooms supplied with l>e-t the market# tur. ni>h ; prices moderate. g. k. A w. D. GaBBMON. Two young ladies willing to shark a large room with another young ladv ran find Hoard very reasonably on Unlo.i s<iuuie. Address B. Y., Herald I'ptown Branch olflee. liUARD AM) LODOIKO WANTED. Board wanted?by a gentleman, in tub neighborhood ol Filth Avenue Hotel. Address J. D., Herald ofllce. _ _ _ Board wanted?PERmanently. for family ol ihree groivu persons; Sitting Boom and connect ing hnll anil interior Bedrooms, all well tarnished, at rate of $30 to $.'58 a week; vicinity ol Broadway. between Fourteenth ami Thirty-lourth street*, preferred. Ad dress, with lull description ot rooms mid price, ALPHA, box ltk> Herald office. Board and lodging ry three oentlbmbn? Two Booms. Lreaktast an I lea; English style pre ferred; neighborhood ot Twelfth to Twentieth street, wost sile. Address, stating terms, B. S. T.. Herald office, CIE N TL KM A N AND WIFE WANT BOOM AND BED T room, communicating, on third floor, near Union square: price not over $30; reterenccs exchanged. Ad dress. giving location and price, box 8,440 l*ost office. rpwo OK three FURNISHED ROOM8 WANTED? 1 tor a young married couple in n respectable small Christian tannly. German or French; price, including huard. trom $-) to ti1 a week; location not above For tietli street, between Sixth and second avenues; refer ences exchanged. Address \. Post office boxM^am, TJITANTKD?A suit OF WELL FUBNISHED ROOMS, TT first or second floor, with Hreaklast; location be tween Twentv-third an. 1 Thirty-fourth streets. Madiso? ami *tfih avenues. Address, stating price. Ac., bach* hi.OK, box 1U Herald I'ptown Branch ofllce. HOTELS. A -SIXTH AVENUE HOTEL. CORNER OK FORTY ? lourth street: thoroughly re'urnlshcd; single Foom , Irom $1 to $6 per week : en suite, $8 to $J0; first class restaurant at moderate prices. i ?iftO NEAT, CLEAN. LIGHT, WARM ROOMS, 250. J\ . 38c., fOe. and $1 per day. gentlemen and tamillea Frankiort House, corner Frankfort and William streets. Open all night. Belmont hotel, kulton through to ann street, near Broadway.?European plan: open all nours. Boom-;, 81c. upward; new lumilv Booms; Meals at low prices. Very superior dining rooms. (tRITTHNDRN HOUSE. BROADWAY AND TWENTY J sixth strcej.? Suits of Rooms for families, and single Booms, with or without Board, at reduced prices EABLF.'S HOTEL. CANAL fcTBEET, NEAR BROAD wav.?Single and double Booms, with Board, for the winter, at low rales; first class table and accommo dations; transient price ti per day. HARD TIME8 PRICES.?THE NEW LESSEE OF the popular Park Hotel, corner ot Beekman ana Itassau streets, oilers superior accommodation for the prices, which range Iroin $ i to $-0 per week. Hotel bbantino, corner of madison ave nue anil Fifty-eighth street?A new. first class house, handsomely tumished. with elevator and all im provemenls; table d'hote: terms moderate. A. PABM.it, Superintendent Hotel st. oebmain, fifth avenue, twen. ty-sccond street and Broadway.?Elegant Suits and Rooms. newiy furnished, for the winter; moderate rates; table d'hote, elevator, Ac.; rooms all iront. WILLIAM G. TOMPKINS. I A PIERRE HOUSE. ONE BLOCK WEST OF CITY 1 flail, 6j Warren street. ?Prices reduced: good Booms, ftOc-a day, $2 a week; tainilv Booms $1 a day. MADI ON -QUARE HOUSE, CORNER TWENTY tlrst street and Broadway.?Large, pleasant Rooms, neutl.v turnlshed; superior table; prices to suit the times. Please call and see. A. K. M ATHES. "VfEW ENGLAND HOTEL-SO BOWEBY. CORNER ii Snvsrd street; JIOO light Rooms, neatly furnished, 4iic. or 60c. per night, $2 to $3 per week; tor gentlemen only. Restaurant francais, m west eleventh i street, between University place and Fifth ave nue.?Table d'hote from 6 to s P. M Breantast, 80 cents, from 7 a. M. CHaR1.ES JACQUES, Proprietor. COUXTilY BOARD. MORRISTOWN. N. J.?A WINTER HOME. FIRST class Board, superior accommodations, in a pri vate family; use ot enrriago: ten minutes' walx from depot. Address box 18 Post office, Morristown. WINTER KEhOHTS. Royal victoria hotel, >nssnu. N. i'., Bahama*. T. J. Porter, Proprietor. For lull intormati? >n address J. UDGERWOOD A OCX. 75* Broadway. .V Y. Steamers sail every two weeks. FOR SAL.R. A GROCERY ROl'TE OF 3C0 0A8U CUSTOMERS, with first class top Wagon, Horse and Harness! price. $3S0; must be .-old at ouce. Address TEA, box 111 Herald office. Attention, antiquariansi-kor sale, frig* $35, Bodk printed at London, bv William Ponsonbv, in 1603. entitled "A Discourse of the hellctle of Man, or his Suinuium Bonum." Written by Sir Richard Bsrckley, Knight. A idress ANCIEN f. Herald ofllce. A -FOR SALE CHEAP, DOWN TOWN, A WELL . paying established Oyster and I.agcrb?er Saloon. In the vicinity ot tho leading terries; price f30a Apply to P. OAFKNBY. Auctioneer. 287S Bowery. A WHOLESALE SLAUGHTER ?#5000 CASH WILL purchase French's notv Hotel, corner Church sod Cortlandt streets. now running; completely furnished, kitchen to tup; all lilacs walnut: 0(1 elegantly furnished rooms: (our handsome billiard tables. Only princioaU ineiinina tiusincss apply immediately to owner, 28 Cork lumit street. DRIG STORK KOR SALE.?FINK CORNER: WELL stocked; Rood business; complete s.nla apparatus; cheapest store in New York. Apply to UKuRGK ii. WHEELER. 112 Cherry street. For pal;:?a nickel plating business, with a good custom. No lft .Spruce street, third floor. FOR 81LE?FIXTURES AND LEASE OK LIQUOR store, corner Ettthtu street anil avenue 0. Apply at Howard Brewery, Ut West Thirty-third street. IjV)R SALE-LIQUOR STORK AND LUNCH ROOM; reason tor selling, going out ot business. No. 12 Ola ?tip. For sale?one ok" the handsomkst fiited tip Restaurants and Chop House, in n first class neiRliliorliood down town; doing a good badness; no agent nor any one but a cash Customer, prepared to pa* a good price, need apply. Address J. K.. ileralil office IriOR SALE-AM OLD ICS r A H LIS ii ED ALE and 1 Chop House, now doing a vood business; lone lease and ciiu.m rent; satis'iicuiry reasons given lor selling. Call upon or address CHOP HOU -L, 2U7 sixth avenue. FiOR "bale?GROCERY BUSINESS ESTABLISHED 15 years on a lea-ling avenue ; location central: do. ine a good business, which may be increased bv a party with means. Address L. M., box 114 Herald office. IfOR SALE-TWO GILT FRAME MANTEL MIRRORS 1 Sleet by 7; a!?o one Herrins sate and a four-pull Pump. Apply at 399 Greenwich strcei. XT'OR SALE VERY CIIEAI'-A CIGAR STORE. ?1? I Broadway; other business cause lor selling; price, $-75. I/OR sale CHEAP?A LIME. LATH AND BRICK A Ysrd. now doing a good business: ill health reason lor selling. Apply on premises, 33 Little Weter street Brooklyn, E. I>.. or or J. H. LOCKWOuD, Attorney, a Court street Brooklyn. _______ Restaurant, private supper rooms, and ? small Hotel; part cash nnd Real Estate or security fo* balance - lortune lor any man or woman; good lease; sold to close an estate House 696 Broadway. mHK CLIFTON SHADES, NO. 15 EAST HOUSTON 1 street (established 30years). The proprietor having tw:i i lacat of business, is desirous oi disposing ot the above ll.'tise, on reasonable terms; loins a tlno business at the present time. Apply to H. <jLIKToN, on the premises. TO BE SOLD CHEAP-THE ENTIRE fixtures O# a Clothing Store, Gas Fittinirs. Awning, Tahles and Shelving*. Cause of retiring from business. 301 Sontft street, corner ol Catharine. MACHINERY. ALL STYLES NKW AND SECOND HAND EN glnes. Boilers, Ac., bought, sold and exchanged t complete rectories purchased; .-'tore U.lovators, Cotton Presses. Ac., supplied. ROBERTS A KINO, 119 Liberty street A LARGE LOT OF NKW AND SECOND HAND steam Engines and Boilers, Steam Pumps and Tanks. KINNEY A HOFFMAN. Mauafactarera, 222 to 3tt Water street, Hrooklvn. FlOR SALE-ONE 10 HORSE 1'OWKR UFRIUHT Engine with tubular boiler, nil complete and In first class order; also one 12-horse power horizontal Engine with flue boiler, almost new and In first class condition. Call at 61 Vescy street. STEAM PUMPS, FIRST CLASS AND VERY CHEAPj a lew second hand ones, in eood order, lorsale. J AS. CLAYTON. 1; and 16 VVaier st. Hrooklvn, N. T. WANTED-LAROE ADAMS COTTAGE PRESS. SEND particulars to VANDERBURGH, WELLS A CO. 18 Dutch sti oct. _________ Wan 1 eii?Washington hand PIBM, nearly double medium size. Address, wild particulars, VANDKKBUUUll, WELLs A Co., H imiicIi sireet, N. Y. FINK ABW? BIERSTADT'S SPLENDID painting '^' "KING'S River canon. In California, is on exhibition at MS Broadway, for the benefit of W Nbr?jry Md LhU , Hospital) also Paintings by ctBer eminent arUsta.