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THE NEW Y
ORE HERALD.
NOVEMBER 24, 1874.?TRIPLE SHEET. PRICE FOUR CENTS.
mmctqky pot 10fE?TKEE?.
t8tftoloq*'-8rco*d p
oa^em w^b^^t|^?r-tjllad. ?fe:
amusements?Niwtb Paob?Fourth, fifth and sixth
column*.
. ioloov
jlliabds
Soardea?o" loi>mxd wa.ntkd?r??i.nh
^?ookly& i^bal'festate FOB salb?sbcohd Paob?
avsuS^a/opportirnities-biob? Paob.
?business xotireb-hitiintm Pao*-suui colnmn.
cfrv real estate for sale?sbcokd piiii-rint
CLERKS*a8^) SALESMEN?twblnh Pag*?First col
Tim-T\r*
<kiaii*rwfamhn"iptwrrb ria-riiik ui
f opecrhhl"s?eiohtb Paob.
? a^cjno -*cal)kmb8?ni?tv paob?Third column.
cry ooqu*?fik?t p^k?alxih column
fcwkllino hootm TO LET, furnished AMD un
fcrhxbqbd?^jrcokd Paob?^econd column.
EUROPEAN 8tbamgulp8-Twci.ru Paob?Fifth col
-bxoujfl?ab-rtw?l?th pacb-fflxth oolnmn.
?xc0mjoj?8?tw?j,?th paub-uixth column.
?financial?Eighth Paob.
jrinearts?nibth vaob?Fourth column.
torbalb?sbooi?d Nob?Third column.
rurni8llbd BOOMS AMD aparlmbftts TO LBT?
huofp Paob?Second column*.
wurnittjbb?sbcokd Paob?Sixth oolnmn.
french advertisements?twatrta Paob?Second
HEuP? ^tab'ted?females?blbtkbtb Paob?81xtn
column.
jBELP WANTED?m4le8?'twbirra Paob?Second col
?0R8#><?'carriages, ao.-Ftut Paob?Third, fourth
8 and filth column*.
otels?Twbltth Paob?Fourth column.
ou8b8. ROOMS, AO, WANTED?twblrtm PAOB-Sec
jwdltblwal^JtHIBITION COMPANY?fibm PAOB?
Blxth oolumn.
?nrtbuotion?fiaar Pagb?Sixth column.
Lecture season? sbcond pam?1Third column.
ceOAL NOTICE;?fibst Paob?sixth column.
XOAN OFFICES?twblfth Paob?Sixth column.
eostand FOUND?Frost Paob?-?cond column.
MACHINERY?sbooxd Paob?Third oolnmn.
MARBLE mantels?twelfth pabb-Fourth column.
isflUNEBY an?j?bkmmakin^-%?t Pa?B-Sixth
miscellaneous ADVERTISEMENTS?Twrr* Paob
1 mxtn oouunn.
MUSICAL? ninth paob?Fourth column.
hew publications?sitmtiiPaob?Sixth COiOmn.
PERSON al?fibut Paok?First and second columns.
PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, AO.?twelfth Paob?Fourth
column.
TOST OFFICE NOTICE?fib*t Paob?Fifth oolumn.
profession al SITUATIONS WANTED?fbm ALE8?
Elbtknth Paob?Fiftn and sixth column*.
PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR BALB OB TO
BENT?sbcokd Paob?First column.
MEAL ESTATE TO BXCUaNOE?sbcoko Paob?First
column.
ABAL ESTATE wanted?sboobo Paob?First column.
*hwards? fibst Paok?Second oolumn.
BALES AT auction?sxcobd Paob?Fourth, filth and
sixth columns.
situations wanted?females?elbtbwth pagb
l First, seeond. third, fourth and fifth columns.
situations wanted?malps?elbtbnth Paob?
' Sixth column, and twatrra Paob?First column.
jwbcial NOTICES?fiiut Paob?sooond and Third
v Columns.
fcportino?doos, BIBD8, AC.-Fibst Paob?Third
oolumn.
STORAGE?twelfth Paob?Sixth oolnmn.
the TRADES?twblrrn Paob?seoomi oolnmn.
tub TURF?fibst pauk?Third column.
to let FOB BUSINESS pubposbs-sbcobd Paob?
traveller!? gutde?twbijth Paob?Sixth oolumn.
vnpurnimhed ROOMS and apartments TO let?
second Paob?Second and third columns.
WANTED to purchasb-fibst Paob?Fifth column.
westchester county PBOPERfY fob 8ALB OB
TO let?sbcokd Paob?first oolumn.
saohts, STEAMBOATS, ac.?first pacb-klfth col
umn.
riNTER bbsorts?twblrrn pA?B-Fourth Column.
Pass?k
?
bkswbtt building.
ENNETT BUILDING.
DIRECTORY.
JUoma. BASEMENT.
X-LawTtnce k Co.. Bankers.
>3?The 'Republic" newspaper.
8?H. D. Duraont. Stationer.
to. W. Smith, Law Boolu.
M. Lynch, Wlues.
A. B. Davenport, Hatter.
' ??Baum k Friedman, Tailors- _ ?',
SECOND STORY.'
4?MeHabon k Mono, Lawyers,
t?W. 11. O'Dwyer, Lawyer.
A. Buckingham, Lawyer.
O. T. Piuekney, Lawyer,
_ C. J. Oaiteau, Lawyer.
3?Crropbcll k Palmer, Lawyers,
B j Meade k Bockwe II, Lawyer*.
'??Northwestern Life Insurance Com pan
L 8. Benedict, Agent.
in f Chamber ot Life Insurance.
2| f Charlton T. Lewis, Secretary.
IS?McCarthy k Chalmers, Lawyers.
18?Uook k Nassau, Lawyers. ?
H. B. Ferguson. Lawyer.
M?M. W. Weld, Lnwver.
International Collection Awociattou.
THIKD STORY.
1) Judge Sutherland.
a IK. M. Scott, Lawyer.
3? Fettritch k Cardwell, Lawyers.
J. 8. Hanson, Lawyer.
B-i-herldan, Bonynge, Cochran and McEwsn, Vteno
??Kf)?dahB)ooiner, Heal Estate.
U. H. Cook, Real Bstate.
7? Brlggs k fellow*. Lawyers.
fl. B. Altken. Lawyer.
8?W. C. Traphageu, l awyer.
C. Matthews, Lawyer.
W. H. By?n, Lawyer.
B. T. Gardener, Lawyer.
L. O. Wilson, Lawyer.
W. Durack, Lawyer.
ft?Wilkinson k Peters, Trustees of Estate of White.
?I Harrison k Strong, Lawyers.
j3 i A B. Woodruff, Lawyer.
14?W. R. BenthoU, Civil Engineer.
PeBuun and Portchcstcr Railroad Company.
FOURTH 8TOBY. ^ ,
Thornton k Baric, Lawyers.
3 j Kdgsr Ketchum, Register in Bankruptcy.
#i Ednar Ketchum. Jr., Lawver.
4) Henrv Wehle. Lawyer.
|)K. Saltan. Lawyer.
C. Goldstar, Lawyer.
M. F. Bller, Lawyer.
C. A. Lane. Lawyer.
H. Fuehrer. Lawyer.
??K. B. Mac ft.
L. H. CralL
Menet k Co.
7?Jiaatiaa k Crook. Lawyer!.
M. Kutcel. Lawyer.
O. H. Badeau, Lawyer.
B-Crarr, Weller k -chenck, Lawyer*
T. O'Brien, Lawyer.
??0. H. Williams, Lawyer.
11?0. B. Qlover. Lawyer.
n i Loekwood k Crosby, lawyers.
JJ18. buhler, Lawyer.
FIPTH STORY.
1?L. Skid more. Lawyer.
2?Stuyvesant Bank Receiver.
8 / Wakenuii k Letting, Lawyers.
a ST. B. Wake man. Lawyer.
B j F. 8. Winchester, Lawyer.
??John D. Clute.
7? Fitch k Fitch, LawysrsL
O. Fuller, Lawyer.
8? Haacall k Htetson. Lawyers.
B. O. Htedman, Lawyer.
??Soci.ty for Reformation of Juvenile Delinquents.
10?8. H. Steele, Lawyer.
W. U. King. Lawyer.
J. A. Lydecker, Real Estate.
C. B. Lydecker, Real Estate.
11?J. F. k J. A. Reed, Lawyers.
13?Byrne, Everett k Co., Lawyers.
H{ Walsh, Halbert and Eckerson, Lawyers.
SIXTH STORY.
1?John Townahend, Lawyer.
A. Nicholson.
5?Henderson Benedict, Lawyer. ?
R. Logan, Scotch Granite, kc.
8?O. W, Carpenter. Lawyer.
4 ( Otis T. Hall, Lawyer.
BJ O. P. Webster, Lawyer.
D. R. I.ydrty, Lawyer.
Jeflerson Clark, Lawyer.
C) John L. Knight
7 j Jaultor.
8 ( Hodges k Keener, lawyers.
81 R 8. Burr. Lawyer.
John Crompton. Accountant
IS!
fmlth k Dean, <ity Korveyors.
O. W. Van aiclen, Lawyer.
__ >T. B. Baldwin, Lawyer.
13) Char leu D. Barrow, Lawyer.
131 Henry A. iillder*leeve, Lawyer.
14 (O. B. Carrtngton, Lawyer.
U. W. Tomnklns, Lawyer.
T. H. Milner. lAwvet.
? Two passenger elevators running all the time.
A
PRRSONAli.
LETTER FOB Q. W. B. AT 49EABT TWELFTH
street
ALCYONE.-PAPER8 ON WEDNESDAY AT 11 A. If.
sharp. BKVBBLY.
C1HARI.ES MORTON?LETT BB FOR YOU AT
J Herald Uptown Branch office.
.?CARD RECEIVED. COMB TO-DAY. TOtI
are weloome. C.
IP C. LOltBLINO.-I KNOW YOU ARK HERB;
1 ? don't deny it. Please communicate with me.
J. WILLIAMS.
GUflflIB ADAMS. NEE N"?*?> 0**MM??IF YOU WISH
to hear from your old iriend you may address I. R.
V.. bo* Po?t oBlee.
AVE I GOT ANY FRIEND HERE! ANSWER.
Mrs. A. C.
H
INFORMATION WANTED?OF WILLIAM BRI8TED,
by his brother hugonr. When ia.it heard from he
was in Bo.'ton. Address KCOKNB BRISTED, SSI East
Flrty-tnlid street New York.
JEREMIAH CURTIN. OF MILWAUKEE. WIS.. FOB
merly Secretary to she United states begatlou. 8t
Petersburg. Russia, Is requested to forward his present
address without delay to r. BRITNKFP, of the Mutual
Credit Bank. St. Petersburg, he being one of the ezecu
tors and charged with the immediate collection of the
outstanding credits of the late Arcadia Iranovitch Kaaat
fcln. of St Petersburg.
M
I8S PAPER?8AMK TIME AND PLACE (OUTSIDE)
every day till successful. PAPER.
SATURDAY, 5 TO 8 P. M.-BBOADWAY TO TWBN
ty-third street, thence to Sixth avenue, into store, kc.
Address, stating incidents. DRESSMAKER, Herald Up
town Branch office.
WOULD THE OENTLEMAN WHO BOUOHT TWO
tickets for Friday's Opera, *01 Broadway, on
Clonday, *tt l*. M? enrhange the same, as he received
y mistake tickets far Wednesday (numbered Mit
nBXMk>NA>~ _
T]|7lLL THE UDT WHO was WAITING ON THE
" corner of Wert Tenth end West Eleventh streets,
at 10', Sunday mornlnw, make appointment through
Herald Personals with gentleman who parted her with
two boyst
WILI. TilE PBRPOBH WHO WITNESSED THE AH
sault on the Fallon ferry on Friday night please
send addresses immediately to J. W. HAMILTON', Herald
oflcef
VOUNO LADY WHO BBt'BIVKD SOTK AT MAT1NBB
JL "La Fille de Mum- Angot," Saturday, raving nee
Herald Tuesday, pleas* tend uddrest or Ktato where can
be seen. Describe km article ol dress to avoid mix
take. Address T. K. M., box 174 Herald Uptown Branch
omce.
L.OMT AND POUND.
A LADY'S BLACK LAOS SCARP WAS LB FT IN
A a Sixth avenue car Sunday evening, at Twenty
third street. Will tinder please notify O. u. BALDWIN.
Fourth National Rank, corner Pine and Nassau s tree tit
YJIOUND-ON MONDAY, AT WBR&AWKHN, A YKAR
f ling Roll. The owner can have the same by prov
ing property and paying expense*. Inouire, for three
day*, of A. J. W., Weehawken Coal Dock.
Lost?on Saturday evening, retween <
and 7, a Qold Watch and Chain; monogram on the
back of the watch, with presentation engraved inside
to M. J. L i a (mail patent Anchor, with presentation on
lit at also. A handeome reward and no (mentions asked
by leaving It with EDWARD CAHILL, 17 Park row.
Lost?on Saturday mornino. bundle of
Ave package* Hteaeil Plate* and Wax Goods and
empty Roxes tied together. Whoever hold* this bundle
will be rewarded: no qaestlons asked. Address the
owner, whose card Is la U?e small package.
LOST-TUESDAY 17TB, BOLL MANUSCRIPT MEM
orandom of evidence; supposed in Mad<ton avenue
stage or Harlem Railroad; liberal reward. Address J.
CARTER, Herald oftce
LOST-SATURDAY, NOTBMBBE 21, IN THIRD AVE
nae ear, going from Seventy-fourth street to Hous
ton street, one black Earring. Finder will bo liberally
rewarded by leaving It at Ml East Woventy-fourth street,
or at 0$ Broadway, Comer of Fourth street.
T OST?AT THE OBABD CENTRAL DEPOT.. ON
J_J Haturday last, a Lady's gold and oxidized silver
Cnatelaine watch. The finder wilt be rewarded by re
taming It to 117 East Tnlrty-slxth street.
Lost.?ip the perron who took a silk um
brella from a Seventh avenne car last night will re
tarn it, he will be rewarded for uis trouble.
H. J. DART, 128 William street.
LOST-A POOKETBOOB. BETWEEN HUNTER'S
Point terry and Nineteouth street Return to 72
West Eleventh street, and ha rewarded.
LOST-ON KUNDA* MORNINO LAST, IN THE
vicinity of Sixth avenne and Forty-sixth street, a
small Rlack and Tan >v'?t, slightly touched with mai.vc :
answers to the name of "*anny.'r Liberal reward paid
on her return to No. <1 West Portv-sixth street
Lost or stolen?wo reward.-at the fifth
Avenue Theatre, on last Saturday, during the mati
nee or arterward, between this theatre and the Windsor
flotei via Sixth arenas cars, a medium sized <1/ carots)
antes Nardln Hunting Case Watch, No. A, 852. The above
reward will be given and no Questions asked ou return
of the watch to HUKTT. 88 Maiden lane, the watch is
old and valued for asaociattou.
Lost and stolrn.-rio reward will re paid
for the return o( Memorandum Rook and Pocket
book lost on Friday night last to H., box 4,1)79 Post otllce.
The name of owner and address will be tound in memo
randum book. The money lound in pocketDook can be
retained, ana the reward will be paid in anv manner
desired, or to any address inclosed, with package, and
no questions asked. The nrtu'les advertised are ot no
use to any person except the owner.
THB WKLL KNOWN GENTLEMAN WHO PICKED
up a Pocketbook in the Eighth avenne car No. 28
andgotontat Twenty-tonrtl) street Is reauested to del
iver the same to the owner, ? poor servant girl. No. fit
Jane street; expenses will be paid.
WILL THE PERSON WHO POUND A SKAL 8K1N
MntT at the Church of St Mary the Virgin, In Por
ty-fifth street, please retnrn the same to 18 East Forty
sixth street
RKWAK1M.
AR REWARD.?LOUT, ON SUNDAY LAST, A
lady's (told Breastpin; can be identified bv the
name J. Altars engraved luhl<t?. The above reward will
be patu on presentation at 31 Barrow street.
AC REWARD.?LOST, ON NOVEMBER 19, A YOUNG
?p?J Scotch terrier slut; answers to the name ol "Olp."
Return her to 232 Clinton street.
1= REWARD.?LOST. FROM SIXTH AVENUE
i) Hotel, corner ol' Fortvfourtb street, a Skve Ter
r. Answers to the name of Tupsey. The above
reward will be paid anJ uo iiue*Uoni a?k?<l.
J. .NEWMAN.
d>l A REWARD.?LOST, A GOLD NECKLACE. WITH
?PA" I'm and two tasseli; also Charms; lost iu Kuing
irom Horatio street and Eighth avenue to Jones' drv
Hoods store. Above reward will be paid to finder by re
turning to IS Horatio street
A SUITABLE REWARD WILL BE PAID TO THE
truckman who moved piano from 218 West Thirty
sixth street about the last week in October. Address A.
DUMAHAUT, 16 uast Fourteenth street.
SPECIAL. NOTICES.
CARD.
JO THE HOLDERS OK TICKETS TO THE GRAND
GIFT CONCERT OF THE MASONIC RELIEF ASSO
CIATION OF NORFOLK, VA.
OrriCE or rar. Masonic Rci.tr Association <
or NoaroLK, Va,. >
NonroLK, Nov. 18,1874. 1
The Board of Directors of thW association, feeliiiK As
sured that the patrons of their enterprise and the public
generally are satisfied that In its management the inter
ests ot all concerned will be strictly*guaraed with lion,
esty and fairness, and relying upon the belief that all
who have aided u* in our effort to complete the Masonic
Temple are willing to rely ut>on oar ju-igment as to the
expediency ot another postponement tor a lew da vs.
notwi hstandlng our announcement that the concert
would positively be viren on ibe 19th Inst., have derided
that a short delay wilt be more satisfactory to all hold
er: of tickets than to hare a partial drawing oa Thurs
day next
'ibe following reasons have induced us to this action:?
First?While our rcoeipts have I eeu large they have
not been of sufficient amount to enable us to give a full
drawing.
Second?A drew In* op the 19th inat would not yield
enough lo accomplish the objec.i for which our associa
tion was organized and chartered, and.
Third?Tl:e encouragement which we have received
convinces us that In 4il days more we shall, without any
failure. give a drawing which. In iu results, will be ac
ceptable to all onr friends.
We have, therefore, axed apon
TUESDAY, DECHMBER 39,
as the day v hen the Concert and Distribution will take
place, whether ail the tickets sre sold or not, or the
money will he refunded upon application and presenta
tion of the tlokeu at the agency where purchased.
By order ol the Board of Directors.
HENhY V. MOORE, secretary.
A?HAVANA LOTTERY OF CUBA.
? Royal Saxon Government 1-otterv.
Hamburg Citr Lottery.
Brunswick Government Lottery.
Frizes cashed and information given. Lock box B.IKH.
THEODOR ZSCHOCH, 116 Nassau street New York.
A -OFFICIAL DRAWING OF TUB KENTUCKY
? State Lotteries.?Simmons, Dickinson A Co.. Man
ager?. Kl'KTCCKT, BXTRA CLASS NO. 299?KOVXNBXJt 23. 1871
78. 24, 17 . 32. 57, 48. 18. 19. 11. ?7. 54.
KKNTITXV, CLASS NO. SCO? NOVBXBNR 23, 1874.
75. 1, 6, 80. 29, 74, 13. 16. 02. 7. 4\
MlCIKY. KXTBA CLASS NO. 121?HOTIMSKIl iS. 1(574.
70, 39, 22, XI, 6, 21, *7, 43. 18. 4. 85. US.
?KMty, class no. 1*2?novkxbbb 23, 1874.
9. SO. 61, 48. IS, W. 27, 4, 43, 18. 74.
Full information by applyinctoJ. CLUTE, Post office
box 4,969, New fork city.
A?KENTUCKY STATE SINGT.E NUMBER LOTTERY
. on Havana plan urawu November 28 Circulars or
information furnished by J. CLUTE, authorised Agent,
Post offl e box 4,919. New York city.
A -PARKS, EMERSON 4 CO., AGENTS FOR
. Kentucky HUte Lotteries, drawn dally.
Royal Ha'.ana Lottery ol Cuba, drawn every 17 days,
Kentucky rtugle Number Lotlerv, drawn Nov. 2\ 1874.
Masonic Relict Lottery, of Norfolk. Va.. Dec. 29, 1874.
Frizes cashed. Information furnished and circulars
sent, by addreaajng PARKS A CO., 180 Broadway, room
4. Post office box 5.772. Private office attached.
Office bourn 7 A. M. till 7 F. M.
A -KENTUCKY STATE AND snELBT COLLEGE
. Lotteries, J. & flmlth A Co., Managers.
RKKTVCBV STITB, riTOA class 273, movkiser 23,1871
87, SI. 44, IS. 17, ?3. 60, ?, 35, 42, S3.
SHBV.BV. BXTBA CLASS 91. KOTBUSBB 23, 1974.
43. 60, St, 41, 70, 1 35, 47. 11. SS, 53, &
BKNTVCKT. Cl.ASS 274, NOVFURFR 23, 1874.
6, 67, 27. 77. 28. II. tt, 48, 23, 41, W, 21.
SnXLSr, CLASS 92, NOTKMSKB 23, 1874.
19. 7. 40, 32, 22. 64. 19, 19. 73, 43, 5, 83.
Prizes cashed and information given. Address PHiLIF
GOSS. 174 Broadway or Post office box 2.75L
A -OLD KENTUCKY STATE AND SHELBY COL
. lege Lotwrles ?Prlites cashed and lnlormatl'in
fiven at *12', tireenwlch street, or addrera box 4,*64
ostoffice, New York. F. LUTHY.
-ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY. *
. Extraordinary drawing December 16.
2,097 prizes amounting to $1.200,QUO
I price 5 ju.OPO
I prise 100,o?)
1 pru? .v. KJ,OU0
2 prizes, 825,000 each ttiono
4 prizes, jlO.WWeach 40'>UO
12 prizes, $5,000 each Gu.ouo
Circulars with full particulars sent free. Address P. ?>.
DEVLIN, stationer and general anent, SO Liberty st, N.Y,
A ?LAST CHANCE.?$4601.000 IN CASH PRIZES AT
l\. Grand Gift Concert for benefit of Public Library of
Kentucky. For tickets address J. T. EDGE, 19 New
street, in basement. New York.
A?SODA WATER. MINERAL WATRR& GINGER
. Ale, sparkling Winest manufacture ot complete
outfits of Apparatus and Materials, with lull Instruc
tions: all departments of manufacture, bottling and die
fiensing; exclusive Rlghu in desirable territory. Cata
ognes tree. JOHN MaTTHBW.s; First avenue. Twenty*
sixth and Twenty-seventh streets, New York.
AN ELECTION FOR FIVE TRUSTEES OF THE
Greenwood Cemetery will be held at the office of
the Cemetery, No. SO Broadway, New York, on Monday,
the 7th day ot December next, at one e'elock F. M.
NovastaBB 20. 1874. I. A. FERRY, Secretary.
-CATARRH, DISCHARGE FROM NOSTRILS.
a west Fourth street, near University place. Pamphlet
A.
H
sent free.
All oases of dysfepxia, liv^r complaint,
Constipation, Heartburn. Watert h, Low Spirit*,
General Debility, Nervous Exhaustion cured by Dr.
SHARP, offices removed to 89 West Ninth street, near
Sixth avenue, xoecial attention given to diseases m men.
SPECIAL. NOTlCBh.
B-KENTUCKY state LOTTERIES DRAWN
? dally : ?l?o one on Havana plan, itrawo November
?s For tickets and schemes address WILLIAM P.
MANNING, No. 8 Division street, Sew York.
/CHILIAN EXPOSITION.?THOflE INTENDING TO
V taae part in this exposition are reminded that but
one week remain* tor the m to get their applications (or
space ready lor the mall to Santiago. From present ap.
Barances the representation of the United Mates will
verv c rod liable. STEPHEN ROGER*, President of
Commission, Ut Watt Forty-second street, New York.
First national bank op Brooklyn.
M on day, Not. 2\ 1874.
At a special meeting of the directors of this bank, lieid
at the banking house this day, the resident Announced
the death of wllliaiu Lay tin, at the advanced as* ot 78
yean.
ike following preamble and resolutions were there
upon presented anil unanimously adapted-.?
Whereas It is with sorrowful hearts we learn of the
death of our friend and Associate. William Lay tin, one
ol the Incorporators of this bank, and for nearly 29
years a prominent and faithful director (having attended
a meeting of this body on tho day of his death); and
whereas we, who knew the deceased so welt in life,
should testily to his business integrity, his uprightness
ot charaoter and the disinterestedness ot bis friendship:
therefore
Me solved, That we convey to the bereaved widow and
sorrowing family ol the deceased our sympathy in this
their hour of trial
Resolved. Thut tho directors' room and chair no re
cently vacated by the deceased be drafted In Mourning
for thirty days, in token of our esteem, and that a copy
of these resolutions b? sent to the lamlly of the deceased
and published in the New York Herald and New York
Times, and Brookiy" hagle and Brooklyn Oallv Times.
Resolved. That as a mark of respect this Board, with
such officers and emp'oyes as can be spared, attend the
funeral of the deceased in a body.
J. G. JENKIK8, Cashler.
HEN'RY A. DANIEL*), M. D.. 144 LEXINGTON AVE
nue, near Tweuty-uiutti street.?Special attention
to the diseases of men and important medical and eurgi
cal cuses.
Havana lottery.
1 Prize of $100 000
I Prize of. 50.000
1 Prize of. 2&.OOU
2 Prizes of ?10.00l) each iO.UOO
1 Prize ol ?,00J
10 Prizes of 1.000 cach 10,000
82<5 Prizes ol $400 and $3iU 270,000
Circular* ot Information furnished tree.
8. B. Maktin nz A CO.. Bankers,
_ _ 1" Wfill street, rear basement.
New York Post office box 4,685.
HAYANALOTTERY.-EXTRAORD1NARY DRAWING,
December 18, 1874. Official Information and 1'till
particular* may be had directly lrom Havana, by mi
dressing J. B. 1)1 \g, Apartado, 887. Havana. Cuba.
Havana lottery.-extraordinary draw
illg. German Government Lotteries, Prizes
casUtsdandinforniatloiigive.il. WACH3MANN ? CO..
Pott ..fflcc box J.U16. Bankers, 75 and 77 Sassau ?t
Havana extraordinary lottery.-great
reduction in price ot tickets for December. Setul
for circular. K. ho.nn KNBERG, box 19U Post office
New llavmi, Conn.
Havana lottehy.-urand extraordinary
drawing; Important Information given. Prim*
cashed by B. ALENOE A (JO., box 4 251 New Ywn Post
office.
K
EXTUCKY STATE LOTTERY.
SIXTH MONTHLY SINGLE NUMBER SCHEME,
*300.0J0 IN PRIZES.
capital PRIZE $50,000.
To be drawn at
COVINGTON, KV., KAiUKDaY, November 2K. M?74.
Whole Tickets, $10; Halves, $5; Quartern, iz 50.
I? this scheme all prizes are payable In lull, without
deduction. Kor tickets or circular* address JOHE PH
BATES A <"0., 70Cedar street. New York; box 4,402 Post
ollicc. ,
Kentucky state single number lottery.
November 2b.?No discount on prizes; circulars ot
information Mee. AddressGlOO.II. BOOTH, 73 Nassau
street; box 3,087 Post oillce, New York.
Royal Havana lottery, novkmhkr 23.?
*4?W.OOO in prizes. Circulars of lull information
furnished free. Prize.* cashed. Governments Spanish
nnnk bills, Ac.. Ac , purchased.
TAYLOR A CO., bankers. No. II Wall street. New York.
STAMMI'.RING and STUTTERING SUCCESSFULLY
treated on scientific principles; a cure guaranteed ;
no charge until cured; abundant retereuces. Address or
apply at new YORK STAMMKBING I.NTITl'TE, 103
Wuvcrloy place.
gTRIKB
TUu Firth an.l La*t Concert and Drawing of the Pub
lic Ubrary of Kentucky comes olT
Nl)VKMBKii 30.
Tickets are aeUing rapidly?a lew hand red left. Apply
to THO. E. BltAWtllTTB, or to
XUOS. H. HAYS A CO.,
M Broadway.
WHILE
All who would participate in the Public Library of
Kentucky Drawing. November 90, should purchase tick
et* immediately ol the Eastern Uiuiuuers,
THos. u. hays * oo.,
609 Broadway.
THE iron
A fifty dollar ticket will make somebody a
MlUioanalre.
You can buy it at
009 Broadway*
IB
The tickets in the Public library Drawing are Fifty
Dollars lor a whole or Klve Dollars foratculb. ifuy a
tenth If you cannot afford a whole. A tenth ticket enli
ties the holder to one-tenth of the prize drawn, bend tor
circulars of Information to
Til CM. B. HAYS A CO..
009 Broadway.
HOT.
TVB BEGIN WITH THE END OK NOVEMBER Of
*t the credent year the shipments of our export Beer;
The same is prepared exclusively from hops snd malt,
no other ingredient* being nsed lor Its fabrication. It it
strong and of an agreeable taste, and a peculiar process
allows it to endure the (treated heat, to be shipped to
all lorelen countries and to cross the ocean without
lowing any of Its qnHlilies or rhanuing Its llpht, la<trous
color. It is shipped in boxes, containing 12, 25 and 90
bottles.
Agents wanted.
PREIHERRL VON BOU TTKYILLE'.; Export Brewery,
(H Me ring, near Augsburg, Bavaria.
dh ,"A nn/i CAPITAL PRIBE?KENTl*CKY STATE
ctiU.VUU Lottery. Nov. 28; single nnmber Havana
plan. Tickets for sale by P. C. DKvLIN, stationer and
agent, 801.tberty street, New York
(OnA ftHft ?MISSOURI STAT* SINGLE NCM
JpOUU.UUl/ . ber Lottery.?Capital prlxe $90,000;
:ond capital, $l&4'-0: s.OOO more Prises than any other
heme, tote agent tor the Old Kentucky and hhelbv
?Lterles. B. NATHAN. Banker, No. 4 Giisey Building,
irt'andt street; box 4,870 Post ottlce.
Kno QQ0 -BXTRAORDInaky drawing of
$500.
the Roval Havana Lottery of Cnba,
ire
December 16. Circulars of information sent free.
BATES A CO., 196 Broadway.
AC AAfi Aflfl ?riTBLIC LIBRART OF KEN
?^D.UUU.UUU. tnckv Gift Concert Whole tickets,
$80: halves, B25: tenths, $.V Tickets lor sale by P. C.
DEVLIN, Stationer and Agent, 30 Liberty street, N. Y.
SPORTIIC O?DOUN, BHUM. AU
A?KOR SALE. ALL KINDS OF FANCY DOOS,
. Birds, Ac.; Medicines for all diseases: prepared
Food tor mocking birds, at B. V, DOV EY'S, No. S Greene
street, near Canal.
A -JUST REC14IVED FROM ENGLAND, A FINE.
? lot of Scotch. Skves. Dandy Dininoni, Black and Tan
Terriers and King Charles Mtaniels, and medicine tor
alt diseases, at U N. M KYUK'S, No. 3 Amity street.
BREECH-LOADERS AND OTHEE GUNS AT AUG
tlon this day, at 14 o'clock, by JERE JOHNSON, Jr.,
37 Nassau street.
CCARTRIDGES FOR BREECH LOADING SHOT
) gnns on hand or loadel to order at short notice;
also good Guns to hire. H. C. nQUlRE,
No. 1 Cortlandt street
/IRAVEL PAPER THAT DOEH NOT INJURE BIRDR
VT Ask for the Standard. 8oid everywhere. Traiie
price, open or eolld, $18 gross. Sole agents wanted in
every city. Manufacturer's depot, 69t Broadway,
TUB TIIBF.
Dserfoot driving park.
Trotting Thanksgiving Day at 2 P. M.
Purse of $100 for t :46 class.
Pnrse of $do for 3 mlnnte class.
To close at Frank White's, corner of Fulton and Myrtle
aunties, Brooklyn, on Tucsdsy, November 21, at 8 P. M.
WM. Mt MAHON, Proprietor.
SEA VIEW PARK ASSOCIATION, NEW DORP,
statcn Island, extra dav, Thursday, Nov. 24.
Running ana Trotting Races.
No. I?Hurdle Race ior a parse ol $3110.
?T. K. s<nith enters chestnut horse Illusion.
M. Barns enters sorrel horse Camden.
*B. West enters chestnut horse Aaron.
No. 2?M?tch Race, $JC0fc?ide, mile heats, best three in
five, catch weights.
Thomas Luby enters blk. g. Gerald.
James McGee enters chestnut mare Minnie Mac.
No. 3?Purse of $100, (or trotting horses owned In Rich
mmid county, that have never beaten 3:20. Races com
menced nrouiptly at 1 o'clock. Admission $1.
HENKY MILLER, President
HORSE!*. tARHIAGUK, ?C.
A light clarence, by oorbbtt a co.?i
coach. S Coupe Kockaways. I Broome street Brew
ster side-bar top Wagon, I Miver'u lull spring Top. I
Waterman do , 10open Koad, by tho iiest city makers;
top and open Ponv fbaetons and Kockaways, new and
second hand; 1 Grocery Wngon, 3open Express Wagons,
1 Barouche, 1 six-sast Coupe Kockawav.
WM. U. OKAY, ft) and ? Wooster street
A_rOR BALE, CHEAP. TWO PON* BUILT
. Horses; also two other Horses, Express Wagon
and Harness. 376 and 378 Bowery, opposite Fifth street,
rear stable.
A COUPE, $230; TIIRf.E TOP WAGON.*, $175 EACH)
two No Tops, $80 and $75; Clarence, $MU; do., $sSo:
taken In exchange; sold low.
HAMfB. Broadway and Fourth street
A -MAJOR C. W. BARKER'S GREAT REGULAR
? liorse and Carriage sale takes place to-morrow
(Wednesday), November 15, st 11 o'clock, at BARKER A
BON'S, City Auction Mart and New York Tattersalls, cor
ner of Broadway and Tkirty-mnth street
A PAIR OF HORSES WILL BR WELL KEPT
through winter, free of charge, lor use in driving
six miles per day to station, advertiser wishing to tarn
his own out lor three or four months. Address D. L. U,
box .1.364 Post office.
A SIX-SEATED ROCKAWAY, ENCLOSED WITH
glass. or a l^andaulet; also a two-seatei Sleigh
wanted. Address ti, box 151 Post olBce. Stamford, CoOO ,
with price, Ac.
HOBWW, i'ARHIAOMI. CO. w
AOMEAT AND IMPORTANTSALB
OV TROTTING HOHhBR. FINK CARRIAGES, *0..
tiy public auction.
TBiH DAY Jl'ttiDAYi, NOV. 24, AT
AT RTABLB HO. ^NhlSiVfTuV , MERCER RT.),
BETWKEN WaVEULEY AND CLINTON PLACES, I
AND IN HEAR OK NEW YOKK IIO'IKL
Including % beautiful l>*v Mare, l&^ hand* high, 7 years i
old ; wan aired by Volunteer, dam a tboroughored mare ; !
she la extra handsoin and uu'hI nailed . can show a 2 :'J0 .
?ait; aha la vary gentle and docile; a urcat pole mart;
she wan driven a mile in 2 J'J when ft year* old j she is
very powerittlly galled; ban tame gait aa Glo?t?r and 1
promises to be a* fast. And u warranted -omul mm kind.
Alao fast and handsome dark bay Trotting Mare. !
NelUe Jar vis: the la 1ft ?% hinds high. B vcari old ; waa I
rnlsed in Keulucky by James Swfaert and sired by 1
Caaaius M. Clay, (lain b\ Maiubrluo Chief; she 1* very ,
handsome and i!mw? extra due breeding; she cost pre8
flit owner, when bui 4 year* old, fl.OdO; she has always 1
been rarel?ll.v handle i. uimI has now strength and age
enough to put in hand* of trainer; she U thoroughly j
broken to all harness, and can show better tliau 2:10 to
road wajoB, and la an easy aa well at a ge.tieel driver;
has a Bne and bold trait; this mare Is worthy the atten
tion of nortsincu, as. wltb her line disposition, breeding
and pedigrao coniliiued, me mast inske one of the
fastest horses In the country; she will be luliy war
ranted sound and kind and as represented.
Aiao last, bright bay Uelding, l&.H hands high, A years .
old; waa aireu l.y General Knox, dun a Messenger |
mare; nc is a One, straight and piompt driver; cuii go ,
to track and show a mile in aiM, and is warranted >
tfonvxt And kind.
Also faat aad gamev Trotting Gelding Jim Baker. He la '
16*4 hand* high, <5 years old, raised ui Vermont and aired j
by Ethan Alton, dam by Long Island Black llawki was
purchased oM year sgo by owner, and showed at time
of purchase a rail mile In i: 17 and repeated in 2 :M. He
has improved In apoed siuce. and can now show better
than 4:40 on track. He Ls fine styled, needs no checks
or martingale. and la as line a road horse as can be pro
duced. He la warrantod round and kind.
Also the Am black Holding Nero, UK hands high. 1
years old t waa sired by Roval George, dam by Kentucky ,
Hunter. Me can beat 2:10 at all Uuies, and warranted
sound and Rind.
Also the fine bay Trotter. Little Charlie t was sired by
Bthan Allen, dam by Conklln Star; was raised by O. h.
Roe, and brought to this city from state of Malue three
ycara ago, and trotte.l then In t:Sl, J:S4 and 2 39Vi; he
was then saM at anetlon on rrosneet Park tor ?1,41ft to
Mr. A. B. Brown, who sold to present owner; he Is 13
hands high, 8 Tears old. and one of tile One at disposition
Horses In the State; be is warranted sound and aiml.
N. B.?Th '#? valuable Horses will all be sold to highest
bidder; t?>ey have nearly all been uaed in this city tor
past two years md Coftseancnily are all acclimated and
in line coudltiou for every day use, and all are genuine
trotters and are aouod and handsome and cannot tail to
please the most fastidious.
Carriages consist of Park and Pour Phaetons, Tod and
Open Waaroaas, .skeletons and Hukle*, light road and
truck Harness, Blankets. Robes, Whips, Ac.
N. B.?Remember, sale positive, ralu or shine. Block
now on trial and exhibited at stable as aoove.
CHAM. 0. DUF*', Auctioneer.
AUCTION HOUSE OF ARCH. JOHNSTON
(late Johnston A Van Tassel),
Office 87 liberty street (fiveiling Post Building).
THE HORflB AUCTION BRANCH OF OUR HOUSE,
10 *0 29 THIRTEENTH STREET,
near University place. ?_w ?
SALES O* HOBS .8 AND CaHKIAOEB ARE HELD
E\EBY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, AT 10O'CLOCK.
EVERY HORSE WARRANTED SOUKD.
FROM tt HOURS TO 3 DAY:* FOR TRIAL. ? ,
PARTIAL CA'l AI-OoUE OP THIS DaY&' (TUESDAYS)
SALE, 10 O'CLOCK.
BLEO ANT LANDAU TURNOUT team grav Horses.
Khanda, 7and 8 years; kind in all harness ;
free Irom vice; good, tree, stylish drivers; In
every way a desirable, reliable family team;
warranted sound; set Harness, by Wood
Gibson. _ _
ELEGANT LANDAU, In good .rder, bv J. B. Brewster
A Co.
DABK BAY HORSR, lft*4 hands, 9 rears; kind In
all harness; Iree from vice: girlish, free driver;
good, rast traveller; not ufrall of anythlug; re
liable for any purpose; warranted sound.
DOOTOK'S /IIAKTON, 111 good order, by Tooker.
t'.LEti ANT DARK BAY COUPE IfcLiBSli, l?j< hands,
7years; kltid in ull harnes*; free from vice;
not?Iraki of anvthing; any one can drive him;
a thoroughly reliable faintly horse; warranted
sound.
ELEGANT COUPE, In excellent order, by Brewster
A Co,
DARK BAY TROTTING HORSE, lft,J? hands, 9 years;
kind in ail harness; free from vice; an excel
lent roadster ; h.is trotted In *:3S; any one can
arivc him; warranted sound.
TOP ROAD WAGON, hi good order, by Brewster A
ELEGANT TEAM BLACK HOUSES, 18 hands, 7 and
tt years', alnd in all liarne.is: tree from vice;
any one ean drive them; are not afraid of any
thing; a Alio, showy, tellable team; warranted
sound.
ELEGANT PARK PUAETOV, In good order, by Cor
bett A Co.
ROAD ESTABLISHMENT bav Mare. Kit Carson,
well known on the roaJ. 1">J,' hands. 8 years
kind In all harness; tre? troui vice; can trot
when In condition In 2:40 and lu .1 minutes any
day, and Is in every respect a tlr.it class road
ster; warranted sound.
TOP SIDE BAR ROAD WAOO.N, in good order; by
Dusenbury A Nelson.
DARK BAY HORSE, Kentneky bred. lSli hands. 7
years; kind in ail harness and under saddle,
and trained to every gait; tree troni vice; an
excellent hor?e for any use; warranted sound.
TOP ROAD WAOON. In good order; city built.
PIKH OUHIIA* t)OW, t years old, and an excellent
B JIP RE f*sfF ESTABLISHMENT gray Horse, 15H,
hands, Sjjre irs; k nd In all harness; tree from
LIGHT EXPRESS WAGON, In good orner; city
built.
THIRTEEN OTHER HORSES. DESCRIPTION
TIME OK SALE.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP EVERY KIND OF
CARRIAGE, WAHON. HARNESS, ROBES
AND BLANKKT8, Ac.
WEATHER NEVER INTERFERES WITH OUR
SALiE. AT 10 0'fN.OCK.
AlVIIUH niJVKI UF VAX 1A0HHLj A K.BAHNEY.
110 AND 112 KAHT THIRTEENTH 8TK4EJ-,
XHAK FOURTH AVENUE.
REGULAR HALE Of HORSES AND CARRIAGES
EVERY TUB-DAY AND FRIDAY.
Twenty-tour lo forty-eight hour* given to purchasers to
test warrantees.
Horse*, Carriage*. Humes*, Blanket*. Robes, Ac.,always
on hand at private snla.
CATALOGUE OF THIS DAY'S (TUESDAY) SALE,
, AT 11 O'CLOCK.
PRIVATE ESTABLISHM~EVT.?ELEGANT TEAM BAY
Horse?. Hatnbletomau and Kihan Allen stock, 'Q'A
hanus hiKli, 7 and Syears ol,l; kind and true in a IT
harness; ireo iruin vice or trick- very stylish and
handsome; fear nothing; safe for a lady to drive;
a llrst class team for gentleman's rojtd use or fam
ily carriage driving.
ELEGANT ?b. GOLD fOUNi'ED HARNESS, NEARLY
NEW, MADK BY TRA1NOB, AND COST $860;
Robes, Hlauket", Ac.
FRENCH COUPE, IN UO0D ORDER.
Tlt? following three Uorces w.ll he sold, by order of F.
Ferguson, to pay charge.-!ami keen: ?
BAT HtiRSK JOE, HIRED UY IKON DUKE, HE BY
Old llambletonian: his dam Is the dam of Bay
Richmond, of Frank Works' flklnnerrali, Ac.; Iron
Dnke is the sire of MIm Miller, Lucy l'enny and
others; ho Is IS3{ handi high, 6 years old; kind and
true In all harness; tree from vice; a superior
roadster; has trottod ou Barclay's half mile track
in 2:42; has fine action; is very promising and war
ranted sound.
ROAD WAGON, BUT LITTLE USED. BUILT BY J. &
BREWSTER A CO., OF TWENTY-FtFI'H STREET.
BAY HORS>{, 15!, HANDS HIGH, 6 YEARS OLD;
kind and true In all harness; Iree (torn vice; very
stylish and extra line family animal, and war
ranted sound.
CLARBNCK. GOOD AS NEW, BUILT BY DUNN.
BAY court*. HORSE, i? HANDS HIGH, t YEARS OLD;
kind aud true in all harness, free from vice, very
stylish, lias been used for coupe and carriage
driving by a private family and Is warranted
DOCTORS WAGON, NEARLY NEW, BUILT BY
Brewster A Co., of Broome street
BAY liKOOD MAKE, SIRED BY A HAMBLETONIAN
and Abdallah Horse, owned by the Cunningham
Brother*, of Pongtikeepslc, 13 hands high. 12 year*
old; kind and true In ail harness, tree (torn vice;
has a record of X M; has raised some valuable colts
and is warranted sound.
BAROUCHE. IN PERFECT ORDER.
TEAM BAY HORSES, 1S>, HANDS HIGH, ? AND 8
years old; kind an J true in aU harness, free from
vice i very strllsh, with extra One knee action; tear
nothing and can be driven by any one.
GLASS QUARTERED COaCH, IN GOOD ORDER,
built by Cornett A Co.
BAY COUPE MARE, 10 HANDS HIGH, ft YEARS OLD;
kind snd true In all harness; free from vice, verv
stylish, fears nothing; in every respect a first
class family animal.
TOP WAGON, IN OOOD ORDER, RUILT BY GOD
ROAN PATCHBN MARE, 15V HANDS HIGH, 6 YEARS
old; kind and true in all harness; Iree from vices
aa extra (ln? mare for gentteiuan'ii road use; trots
close to three minutes uud w arranted sound.
JAGGER WAGON, IN GOOD ORDER, BUILT BY
Stivers.
BROWN HORSE, 16 nAKD* HIOH. 9 YEARS OLD;
ktnd and true lu all harness; Iree from vice; a
superior coupe or carriage horsa; tears nothing
and warranted sound.
TOP ROAD WAGON, 131 GOOD ORDER. BUILT BY
BAY P|ioI&B. 1 ?x HANDS HIGH, 7 YEARS OLD;
kind and true in all harness; free from vice; a su
perior pony lor Indies' or children's use; in every
way sate and reliable, and war rail ted sound.
JUMP-SKAT WAGON, IN GOOD ORDER.
BAY HAMBLETOMAN MaRE, 1SU HANDS HIGH, 9
years old; kind aud true in all harness; iree from
vice; a sale and reliable fainilv animal
TOP WAGON. BUILT BY HOOKKRACO.
8.LACK TRUCK HORSE, IM HANDS HIOH, ? YEARS
old .kind and true in all harness; free from vice;
bus been used In a truok aud Is a coo l worker.
REYEhAL OTHER UOKBE8, DMCRIPTION TIME OF
Ullf.
SEVKRAL FINE PORTLAND CUTTERS.
Top and no top Wagons.
Harness. Robe*. Blankets, Ac., to.
hAliE COMMENCES AT II O'CLOCK.
A BARGAIN MUST BR SOLD; A FULL SPRING
top Wagon, as good as new, with a two years war
rantee hv a first class maker; also a set of single Har
ness ; both built to order; sold separata. Inquire at U7
West Thirty-fifth street.
A~ FAMILY TURNOUT FOR CASH.-PAIR OF BAY
Horses l#H hands, 7 years; sound, kind, very band
time, closely maiulied and extra roadsters; also Coupe
ockaw-iy. built bv Wood Brothers laat spring, and a
silver mounted Double Harness; sold separate or
together, for half value. COOK'S stable, 1,369 Broad
way, between Fortieth and Forty-first street*
-FOR SALE CHEAP-ONE HORSE; SUITABLE
iV. for baker, express, milkman or any busiuess;
sound and clnd; to be fl?kl at a aacriUce. SI South Fifth
avenue.
ABARGAIN.-A GENTLEMAN'S TURNOUT, HORSE
six year* old, Uk; hands, sound and kind; shifting
top Road Wagon and Harness; also a beautiful top pony
Phaeton; Robes and Blankets sold Mparate. S3 East
Twelfth street private stable.
A?FOR SALE OHBAP. TWO HORSES, FIT FOB
. baker, express, milkman or any business; art
sound and klud; to be sold at a sacrifice. 86 Bleecker St.
A-FOR SALE, TWO FONT BUILT HORSES;
. also a big work Mare; sound and kind; suitable
for track, grocer, express, farming, Aa.; MQ, 670, *?.
No. 7 Bayard street.
A -FOR BALE?TRN CHEAP HORSRH. SUITABLE
. for earls or irnoka. Call at 696 Wast Fourth ftreet
corn?r Eighth avenue.
horskh. caewaoei. ?C.
T"?LaRBNCK-JU8T COMB IN. l't?EO BUT A ?BW
A times; al?o two others. 01 the test make, In go^d
,^lerSno?? to newi ?*ui*.*ockaw.j. So ?0
Third avejiue. ?
* Divp ui xCK HoRSK POSt 7 YEARS
A I t ?IU" iY?rnl?- noilv hull', ?H?UUy ?orr through
gtnble No. 1<H Ka?i rw>??^#iirhth <treei
? L'OTION SjvLK OF
A. ?Aifyv.4"'"^' ??. 'gji'l's.'
'tfMt; three work. v^TTKlW, anetiooeer
~7 ..upip_Twii riTV MADB TOP WAGO*.-, ONE
A. full win* ?Ul1 u"? fiJJnj a^ii^Upoia??I15"ti?iti.
uU'l Filth *venue._
1 fin WAT BARGAIN*. ONE TERY FIXE TOP ROAD
A Wasonand Phaeton, eul tabje for^ a n^ ?cB
Hull avenue ?
ac^wnt
of dcfcneas ; uo belter location 10 towni, eg
outs hu?iti"*? trooJ; ftood many hoarding
dress Bt'y>lNE8B, Herald oBce.
CA?"ef^doB storage or sale. Room? ^\DrVu'.
ClhS?.d^elj occupied ftBrcw.tfojOa. corner
C
cwm r/fa^"SS.sjS
lure; Quest tUbte-i; water In ?t?U?;Uor?e? "ken and re
turned to city: <?rmVT<&KKT A 00., ?? Water street.
DCRHAM COW AT ACCTIOS?OOOD MIXjKRR. ^I*
verulty place _
ELEGANT LANDAU, IX nB8T BATE <)??*. ?*
Team black carriage Horse*.
Team iiray carriage Horace. ?
Top Wagon, nearly new i Wood Bjro*
coupe Rockawav. city bullt lnnrjt rate orae*.
Well known Trotting Mare Bit OMtOB.
Doctor** Turnout, llrat claaa.
Klegant road Turnout.
Twenty-five other Horace.
? Durham Cot*. ccood milker. .
Tills kORNINO^at 10 o'clock.
ARCH. JOllNSTOVH M?rt.
19 to 36 Thirteenth atreet, nearUnlvertity plaoe.
Weather never interlerea with our aniea.
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baLB?A STYLlSIl BAY HORSE,
F Si.h ? ?ar* oWituitaole tor grocer, milkman or
friva? uJ^/rranUi ^und and "kind; sold lor want
ot uae. HI Hudson atreet.
ssws sasss-i
109 West Kiiteentli atreet- .
TOR BALE-FINE * l? UN Q BAYH.>B8E,1 ?U
f very tine action Apply ?t pm ate Know *0. 10 emm,
TweDty-aeventh street
uai E?ONE SINGLE, FOUR DOUBLE AND
f< one tour horse Truck, at 806 Eaat SUly-flrrt atreet |
"41TP_by private-owner, a finb LARGB
F h.r Horle I andaulet and Harne? In uae el* j
ionu"I LET. Herald S&0..
n,.n siAfP flHKAP?HORSE, TRUCK, HARNESS; j
wont of uae. ^ Vandam atreet, no arBudao.i street. |
rija. ^R^fc'issR-gsBe i
"Vf ORAF WANTKD?FOR A GOAOlt. IN KXCUANflR
Filiy-utuih street and seventh avenue. .
ttiRNFSS AND HORSE BLANKETH.-?-LAROE8T
TT ioci in this city; Truck Blankets, all siaca and
XrcSol Hariieas i* comolete ; warranUd hand made, a
I grtlcle nt the lowest possible prlco. ,
K E mahti.kti1. ft! Warren ?t.. corner College plaoc. _
TTORHES BOARDED?TEBM3 REASONABLE AND
H ,|?f' '??
Karui, Huntington. Long lalaud. ?
two fine
ssss?S:S
_ f|A?rv a VURY FINE KOAD HOR ?Ri 16^
i|S?S?;ilI
SSiSE
RECORD HAND CARRIAGES.
c'.?r' 'SHCS
jas as-^HmahtT?fiC"
SLEIGHS. CARRIAGES. SLEIGH bells.?IMMKNBB
stock; every stylo and (Inscription; all at reasons -
blo prices; large assortment second hand and slightly
soiled Stock on hand cheap.
MAXUFaOTUBErS' union, m Broadway.
Turks spprrior horses sold by
order or FRANK FUROUBON, TO FAT
charges AND KBBP.
BAT TROTTING HORSE J OK, SIBBD BT iron
Duke; he belnnjsjo a lamilv of trottori and is a
very prom loin* voting horse; iiW< bands high, <
years old, and warranted sound and kind.
BAYHOR.SK. IBS HANDS. ? TKAR8 OLD| A fine
family animal and warranted sound.
BAT COUPK HOBRK, l? HANDS, 0 YF.ARS; KIND
and true la every way and warranted sound.
ELEGANT PRIVATE ESTABLISHMENT.
FINK COUPK HORSKV,
FAMILY road AND ORE UOBSES,
Clarence, good as ne \v;
Barouche. In portect order;
Top and no top Wagons,
Sleigh, narness^Bobcs. Ac.,
AT Al'ctionthis DAY. AT 11 O'clock,
BY VAN TASSELL A KKARNKY.
110 and 113 Esst ihlrtoenth street.
rro EXCHANGE-ON' CASH basis only, ENTIRE
X gentleman's Turnout; last trottlug Horse, sound and
true; top Road Wagon (new); llanie.?s, Blanket and
Kobe; for Lots or Land free of encumbrances; owner
going to Europe. 59 Groat Jones street.
TI/'ANTKD FOR CASH-A NKCOND HAND S1NOLB
YY Portland sleigh; must be-new style and but little
used, and at a low figure. Address C. B. B., box 184
Portland sleigh; must be-new style and but little
and at a "
Herald office.
M'ANTKD-A LIGHT COD PR. IN OOOD ORDER.
Tf Address A. H. C , Herald I ptown Branch ofllce.
TV ANTBD?A VERY LIOHT COUPE. WCOND
\i band. Address P.. bo* 128 Herald ofllee.
KrtA SLEIGHS. SLEIGHS, SLEIGHS?portland
cH'l/ Cutters, Pony Weighs, all style*, colors and
prices; Blankets. Robes. Bells, Harness; dealers are la
?ltoj to examine and will be llberailv treated.
WM. II. oray. No. 20 and so Wooster street.
-gentleman'S TOP WAGON, RLEIOH
and Harness, nearly new; sorrel Horse,
kind and sound; can trot lesj than three minutes; war-?
rautcd. Call at 1S6 East Seventeenth st, near Third av.
YACHT*, NTKAIHBOATH, dfcC.
cjteah yacht" pktlabk for salb CHEAP?
D GOieetlong, Ubeans. SK draught; very fast; large
onbio; accommodations tor paatengem Apply foot
Twcnty-fimrtft street, South Brooklyn.
ANTBD-A M.OOP. *1 TO ?ti FBKT LONG. AD
droaa, stating lowest price, SLOOP, Herald office.
Yt
WAN TED-CAT RIGGED OR JIB AND MAINSAIL
f T Boat, from 2% to SO feet long, complete. Address,
with full particulars and lowest prioe, K? box 4.7*3 New
York Post ofllce.
POUT OF FU R HOT1CK.
POST OFFICE NOTICE?THE MAILS FOB EUROIE
for the week endlnc Saturday. November 28, 1874.
will close at this office as followsOn Tuesday, at 12
M.; on Wednesday, a I A. M. i on Thursday, at ft A. M.,
and oa Saturday, at 6 and Ilk A. M.
T. L. JAMBS. Postmaster.
WAMTED TO Pl'ECHASB.
Any one havihg twombdium sized open
Franklin Stoves, second hand, with pipe and and
irons complete, lor sale, can ho?r of a purchaser by ad
dressing J. B- WaBDELL, box m Post office.
Wanted?largeadams?;ottagi?prb88 sbnd
particulars to VANDERBURGH, WELLB A CO.,
If Dutch street.
\VTANTED?A LARGE SBOOND HAMg
?T Salh. Apply to BOBBINS A applkton, No. 1
Bond street
WANTED?A OOOD HAIRY OF MILK; FROM S TO
?< .. ... .
street, saloon.
leans a day. Apply at or addreas 111 Cferystto
ali).
zt\ nan oak crosb ties wanted.?address
OU.UUU A. R. 0., U Broadway, room SB
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1 CAPITAL PREMIUM OP .1.000
8 CAPITAL PREMIUMS OP l.OoO
and many other*.
ThUloan la rataed for the pur
poae of erecting the Permanent In
dustrial Exhibition Palaca in New
York oity.
Send order* without delay to
.MOROENTHAU, BRUNO A CO.,
Financial Agentt,
No. 23 Park row, New York.
(Pott office drawer, No. 30.)
Remit by draft on Sew York city
bank*, by registered letter or Pott
office money order.
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COMBINATION
OP BV ROPBAN~~M AN U PAOTURERS.
Special Sale ?t retail.
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741 and 743 Bro.t.iway. opposite Aitor | lace.
T4B ami 7*A HroiJ n ay, oppuai'.e Aainr placo.
743and 74.) Broadway. oppoalte Aator place.
net teraber the number.
Remember the number.
Remember the number,
The greatest eon>iii&aU<>n ot
HOLIDAY PRBaBKTS
that was ever exhibited at any >ue store ?a Uiie Couth
nent. Everything new. direct from European manufac
turers.
MANUFACTURERS FROM ""paWW CONTRIBUTING
NOVELTIES.
BAHITACTUBBM fBOM V TEEN A CONI RIBtTIXO
f NOVELTIRB.
MANUFACTURERS PROM~LOMD(>M CONTRIBUTING
lomim.
and other ultles ol Europe.
We Invite an inspection of prices ana the la tea! nov
elties just landed tor thi cotnblaattoa gt' European llag
ofac tarer*
AT 8MITH'S PVTTKRN BAZAAR, 914 BROADWAY,
J\ near Twentieth Mreet ? Splendid display of IM
PORTED STYLUS: Patterns, with CLOTH MODELS of
them now ready: Cutting and ltarttn?.
?tVST WHAT EVERY I.ADT WAN'fj, SMITH'S ?I?.
8TANT DRESS ELEVATOR; ' ia?N the dress, loop* It,
and. ADDS to tho appcarauce. PRICK U CENTS,
MAILED. A. Rt'BDKTTE SMITH. 914 Broadway. M. 1.
MAGNIFICENT CAMKlJf HAIR SHAWL FOR
sale.?Coat ?l/'JU: will mil lor $*?. Artdreas INDIA,
box IS Herald Uptown Branch office.
UILLINEllY AND DRKS8MAKIHG.
ARTInTIC A!?D ~?UPBRlOR DRRiSM AKINO.
Rconomy in material, oomblned with originality of
design; the lmmenae Increaan of patronage in tne de
partment is a sufficient guarantee of our increasing
luiarlty.
' RD k TAT LOR, Broadway and Twentieth atreet.
TiJ
TO THE L ADIES.?SOMBTHINO NEW I CUTTING
and attfnic "eaclusivelr"' by a Parisian dreaa
maker. Originating our own deaign*. we are e see lied
by none la giving our pairona something new and odd.
Work done lit anortoat notice. At Mm?. WaRD'8 Em
porium. 349 Sixth a venae. tatwoeu Twenty-drat and
Twenty-second ureeta.
~ INSTKllTIOJi. "
AT THOMPSON'S COLLR'lC, W FOURTH AVENUB.
opposite Cooper institute ?Bookkeeping, Writing.
Arithmetic, German, taugitt dar and evening. Ladles"
Department. Telegraphy taught (Hectically, with In
struments, in one quarter
\nmTISO OOVERUKW.-A LADT op ABILITY,
competent to Instruct In Pngliah thoroughly, trench
(rarlMan). Italian and mu'l" a specially, flealres a rear
more pupils- Address L. X. V., -are M. i hrlatera, 77
Cnlveraliy place.
LEGAL NOTICES.
PROCLAMATION
In relatton to the Inheritance^
KARL, GEORG. privatier.
Id consequence of the demise of
OEORO KARL,
prlvatter. and formerly attached to the royal o??rt ??
?arlet, the deacendaots of hu aon.
OEORO KARL,
who emigrated to America in the yaar 1?4# W aad mar
ried tliere at Haidenrille or HayirUla, and died after
ward, as a travel! ina acrobat, or yellow fever, leaving a
daughter, Thereee Karl, and a widow, who afterward
married at Baydeavllle, Mam . a mechanic by the nana
of Forney, are berebv summoned to prove their hered
itary rights to the inheritance of the ?ld QKOBG
KARL, Sr., deceased on May II. 1974,
UNTIL OB ON DECEMBER !*? W74,
he fore this Court, aa In oaao ther ahouid <'? M
eatatc will be divided according to law.
Momoa, October I ft, 1*74
ROYAL CITY OOWBT. Munich, la. D. Ta
The R. Citjr Judarc, MAKTH.

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