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Caalral. ? nenrrM ftzfd MonRHW hopsb. near fifth A a?enueaiwl ?nnY??ondl?r??t-^H?cK?n^Uj buy* Urn cl**. eaUluei flmshed ho??^ow ^rtee(^,0U0 Mo. & Weil Twenty tlurJ sUeei, FtlUt Aveuao lJotel. _ ? 51 wkut FOBTY-BBOOMD HTRBRT, RKSKR A , TOtr rart ? Plejant medium *tie high stoop stone Xin allium with stable in rear. for sale at a bargain. ^?euiuu, wiu y K HTKvknkoN. Jr, 11 Pine ?treet and 31 hiut seventeenth street vjk >aLK?THK NbW medics! size HOUR KT4bY J hMli ?t<nip brown stone House and Lot No. 18 East flit* eTk'litli street. between Kllth anil Madison avenues; II inptrfri't order; tan be seen at any time; I'OMesaiou liuinedlab-ly. Apply on the premises. F i(lg SALE?ON MlRRAY HILL, NKAK FIFTH avenue, a modern medium M/,ed Hume, at a low licure uud ?ith immediate possession. krmi easy. E. U. LI DLOW A CO.. No. i Pine street. I WANT TO BELL MY ELKOANT FOUR STMT brown Mane House and Lot. No. 2U East Seventy ronrth street. it ti one of the uxuit handsomely flnished mil i oranlete Ii.q on Manhattan Island - it la cabinet finished from the basement to the fourth floor. In tha most magnificent style; it Is situated between Fifth and Mjniiaoti avenuei. it lias a beautiful open view .if the Paik from tronl and rear, belnz only Wo leet from It; the neighborhood and *urroundin?r? are the flneat in the < itv I will ?e I it (or cash immediutelv lor $13 nun less tii^ti it coat. Apply ou premises. or ol W M. il. UALL, owner, "i"*> Greenwich street Itii hide. I?OR SALK?WITH A LIBERAL LOAN TO A RE ?poualtile party, extra large Lot on Third avenue, near Tw?uty eighth street- Inquire ol G. fOCNTAIN, 1 >J East miiv s. coud street 1jH>H SALE?IIS EAST FOBTY-FIFTH STREET, KOl'B F story high stooii brown none front House, itSzAO feet; lot 10n leet deep. Apply to JOHN W. KITCU, Architect, 58 Ann street. OAO -Full SALE. LOT '3X100. EAST SIXTY '>.vUU, flrth street, between First and Second atouuei; terms casv. WILLIAM AOAIt. til East -Sixty tilth street \\ rsl Side. A FIRST CLASH [.N VESTMENT.?A TIT REE STORY high stoop brown stone Home on Tlitrty-flrst street, near Sixth avenue: AixtiU]ill7: rent secured for three vears at per year: price only $20,dOO, term* tuy. By B. S. LEVY", 271 West Thirty-einlitf. street. OCHt AND LOT FOR SALE ON TWBNTY-PIRST afreet near Kurhth avenue?Four atorv. with Car pets, Gas Fixtures and Window Shades; price $14,00 >; mortgage $10, tKl must be sold. Apply to JOHN FBTT RtrcH, 1.05b Third avenue H Minrellaneous. Tenement property front and bbab House; front House, 25xt>0; rear llouae. ttxjB; this property will be sold at a bargain. Address T. P. F., Herald office. BROOKLT9 PROPEBT1 FOR SALE A.HO TO LET. J j ERaLD BRANCH OFFICE. BROOKLYN. ADVERTISEMENTS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD RECEIVED AT OUR BRANCH OPFICB. IS THE LONG ISLAND SaVINQ.S BANK BUILDING^ CORNER OF FCLTON AV. AND BOERUM. ST. OFPICB OPEN FBOlTi"A. M. TILL 9 P. $ ON blNDAY, FROM 3 TILL ? f. M CABBIEBa' AND AGENTS' DEPARTMENT, NO. 7 FRONT STREET, BROOKLYN. 1/>0B sale OK TO lease?TWO kAROb ,rfczsj v rief. strong, heavy buildings for $10 500, not half value also 13 Lots, suitable tor luanulucturiug purpose*; ,'ra, eay. REYNOLDS, 133 Ninth St.. WilllamabarK TWO NEAT BROWN STONE DWELLINGS IrOR Mle.?Built in the uioet substantial manner; com plete little palace*.' all Improvement*; Adelphi S.J? WUloSrhby avenue. two block.ftjm ?ort; Green Part. Inguir. on the premises. of JOSEPH 1. muni, or 7J Gates avenue, Brooklyn. . rro LET?IN THE FIRST CLASS HOUSE M SANDS I street, corner W a*hington street, Brookljn, "je Lower Hart, wiui all tnodurn improvement*; live min ute*' ? alt &oin terries , is well adapted lor a uo?tor or Jen Hat. rro LET-THREE HTHKY BASEMENT AND SUB 1 cellar brick Hoiwe SO Navy street two <loors trom Hilton avenue, rent $<*>'. Inquire of Mr. M1LLHK, beekmao street, N'i w Yuri. WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OK TO KEMT. 4 IKN'l ItAI. A V KM' K I WEN TV FOCiJTIl W UU>.?M, Ij acres, hi?h ground, ten minutes walk west ol Wil liamsbridge, or Jer mo station: easy terms, See owner '2.030 l'hira avenue corner of tilth street PROPERTY OCT OK THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO REST. ASPF.N'DID FARM, 1 9 AGRBa, ONE OF THE BEST in ihe county ot Somerset, Sew Jersey i.ricl',s<? "' I'r'i large building*. two good orchards, cheriies and small trnitn In abundance , well watered Uy nrooltsand ring*, ii good leuee . Hue neighborhood; very healthy; price $jn per acre , terms to suit ; also 130 acres t^d fcnd; 1 uules from New Brun*v.ick; common bandings, pl^tv ot truit; location 0n?; price ??>;?<??? ,0 Kiilt- must be sold. \OORAEES A slK^KKK, No. 1W Bro*dW?y, r out 10; call from Wto '? ?? Cloc*. IIXAKM FOR SA1 K?ON" ACCOUNT OF DEATH IN H tamilv, at Duneilan. N J? thirty-four miles from New York, cotitainin j S3 acres . terms easy. Inoulre at WIL.LIAM I.INDOEKFKK, :W7 Fust Houston street, or CONRAD CRAMER, <34 hast Seventeenth street. 1>. Y. FOB BALE?AT plainfield. N. J., SOME Oh THE : choicest ?u Mln.' lots In tho cl t v; also H nnseaand I LoU on verv leisonalHe terms Apply to L\ an JUNEs, near the Pur*. H. u-e. Platntteld. N. J. TTIRGINIA PLANTATION. FLUVANNA COUNTY,? i \ 2fi0 acres buiMii?S* cost nevsral thousand dollars; prtce 'or immediate sale. S1J,5?. caali. or good ex change. Owner. REED. 83ftBroadway. $?/\ PE'I MONIU- -furnished H< ?> SK OF TEN ?)u room?. With Barn, pleasantly located on War burton avenue. Yookeri; modern improvements. Kitchen and dining room on tlrst floor; 5 minutes trom d, p.;i a, p:y f. r. K. JAMES. U Bead* street. KKAI, iMFATB TO EXCHAMtiE. ... AT YOKKERS ?TO EXCHANGE. F >R CITY PROP t-rtv, a splendid Uouse; first clasa in every reepect; . urice SSu.OM;would take tenement property. Address JAM KS YOUMANS. agent at Von Iters. A SPLENDID BUSINESS PROPERTY IN MOBILE, \ well rented, toexeb.inge for New \ork or Brooklyn Property. Address MOBILr, Herald otHce. "IT VERY DESIHABLE SECOND mortgage FOR ?7,sub a venr :o rna. tor a (food Farm near New York. JMdrett* Fabxbb, Herald uffloe. / 1 ASH AND C.VENCl MBKKKD LOTTO EXCHANGE V/ for Merchandise; a suburban House, unencam bered, for Brooklvri Property. john h >tevk\> isi Fulton streat. Brooklyn. mflUM FOR MK,R< H A N OISB OB SMALL Hi Hou-e- I'ljree story Philadelphia brick nfore I rop erty on DeKalh avenue: also :i6 Lots, Iree and clear, and a flue, last liorse new top Bugify, Ac. HKNB> rJ lir M v> tr:i Broadway, near DcKalo avenue, Brooklyn. L'INE UAir.V AND I BCItBAN FABMS I'MNCt'li. r he. ed. to exchange tor City Tenements well rented; a'so wsnlea neat Country Residence tor Newark Dwell ,ug M T WooLLEV, No. 5j^ Pine street IT'OR ?A1.E "R IX' HANUh FOR CirV'oB OTUKR r Fropertar. ten Lota, near fc-ighth avenue, ahove the Park ; money put in it necessary. Brokers take not.ee, 3 v w. II MfcLICK. 421 Broaoway. /?OOI) tlr.OOO WORTO\GE;~ FRENCH BRANDT, ?. r Slit no. t 0*1 Land p.0 1*10; Vireiniu Plantation. 2 .0 acres. Jii.Ol'O; ami a larffe amoant iu English Hecurl tie*, lor sti-ix1 Property In New York or neighborhood. Advertiser at REkD'S. Broadway. g >S AN AVKNCE BELOW TWENTY FIFTH HTKEET, I I two tour itnry Kwelltnss. with store*, well rented; 1 will exebante tor private boose or uptown lots. john .-1K?,Ki. ;n i edar rtreet UTANTED?FOB BKICK HOUSE is BROOKLYN 0 M'i a -mall Property aooiit one hour out. c. C. WAYLAND A AYMAit, 161 Fulton street. , AV'ANlED TO exchange?SOME OK THE BEST VY Depot Lots lit the Twenty fourtn ward, New York <iio encumbrance), tor Furniture to TnrnUh a three s'.iiy b"ii-;<' must be llrst class, new or nearly so. Ad dreae box WTt Post office. New Yorfc. I UT ANTED?A GOOD BO TOE IV NEW TOBK <>R VV suburbs in exchange lor So acre* at the Junotiou of twj railroad* iu New Jcrsov. o. 11. PIEU30N, No. 5 Pine street. o~ nna 1 land chal \nd timbemto ' exeharnr*1 ? For Merchandise or Biistne** nndasina'l amount of < ash. Apply to 11. O. SHEP PAltD. Agen1, IS Broadway. RIAL KSTA1B WASTED. U'aVtpii TO PUKCtlA E OR LEASE-A LOT, 25X liW suitable lor 11u11 ? J11? if a stable, centrally lo ri?ed no biuher <tp town than Thirtieth street. Ad.in ?*, with lull particulars and lowest cash price, S M. K , Herald odice. ciioTniNu. \'l b Ml > i"Z'. -Mi THIBO ATE NOB BET W BEN j\ l" ..ii'ielli 'ltid Twenty-first *trceU-l.adies and It. .alemen vvill tj' i?toii;?iied ai the great prices we pay iu -i tor east ofT OloUUiw. Carpeta, Jewelry, ?ilk i),, |l> ? ,, ? oats. 83 to ?15: Pants. >j to $?> A ' ? ? ? nctod lo IMF of ?? 1 / ? TTEN IION HAVING RECEIVED VERY LA RGB J\ ..rders trom my agent* lor Wearing Apparel, i ar piit#, Fuinlture A. |i rmpel* me to pay the following lit I ' - ,r I)" ? $t> to $ti; tor Coat*, i* to $20 ; lor Pant*. ?4 to ?; By ' illinu on or addressing Mr. or Mr*. liosjiN HI.i;u, No .48 Seventh avenue, second hou-e Blmv 1? ciity-luurtli street. .? ou will be liberally dealt with. A I 017 I imtli aVI.SCR, NEAR TWENTY-THIRD J\ ?trc ? M I.I <iN pay* nlgheat prices lor ladles'an I gentlemen - M taring Appaiv, Ac. I.adie* are wailed on by M rs. Leon t T IN SIXTH AVENIB? LADIES AND GEN I LEX FN JV ? an ri ceive the lull va lie tor tlielr ast ofl Wearing Apparel, and not l ? liuini uuged as pratdised by some, ottering ottlraii ou? ^ric.;s t ah r address a note to Mr. or Mr*. liAHIlls 81 ixtli uvenu , ne*r Waverley place. A GREAT DEMAND FRuM M\ AGI.NT FOR WEAR ?ng Apparel, I'arpets and 1 urnitiire wlncli compel* me to bay tne*? prl os lor Ureases *i i t.i jpu, t S i to *3U; Pantaloons. $i to Sit). Please cal. tm or *d tlressJ. AN HA LT or Mrs. AHII ALT 178 seventh ayeoue. rrnB uptown new esrablisiimeni, mxtii I avenue, Forty nlnUt *troet-Ladles >ml rantleraeu w II ne a*tonl?ned al the prices we pay for Dast ofT Wearing Apparel, Ac. Call ou or adores* Mr, ur Mrs, KIBE NS I AD f. I TPT'iWN DEPOT 818 KlXfH AVKNCF, NEAR ^ Forty *1 xth itreef.?Ladte* *n<l gentlem* n can rio (five fit t v per cent more than n*nal for tneir ca?t off ? lotblng; Carpet* and Jewelry by callitut on or addre*? Ins FLATTO. 8IC Sixlh aveuue. TO LBT WR Jiigl#Bin POHPOflBlt. JJKNNETT BUIL.Dl.Na. 41 It BAT REDUCTION IK RENTS. WITH A VIEW TO 8BCURK ELIGIBLE TENANTS FOR THE FEW OFFICES MOW REMAINING UNLET IN TUB BENNBTf SCIDINO, ?BE BENTS HAVE BEEN REDUCED, AND KIRS I' CLASS TENANTS MAY obtain OFFICES AT VEBY LOW BENTS. TO INSURANCE AND BANKING OFFICES 18 NOW PRESENTED AN UNDSIIaLLYfavorable OPPOB TUNITT TO SECURE ELIGIBLE offices ON MOST favorable terms. THE ABOVE BUILDINO IS COMPLETHLY Titlkproof, HEATED BY STEAM, TWO elevators, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENT* INQUIRE OF HOMER MORGAN, NO. S PINB STREET. * A BRICK BUILDING, THBKE stories AND cellar. MxflO fret. 1W. ISO and 134 Jane street, to l?*t lor uacklng or storane bullae*; moderate real; Immediate posse s*ion. E. L. A B. T. BURN HAM, 609 Hudson street A FINK STORK, 8DITABLE FOR ANY LIGHT manufacturing business or la??-r beer, at 12S Bait forty-fourth street WM. S. UAVfaY, 3* Bieuckar at A STORE AND BASEMENT TO LET. WITH Fix ture*, 20*50: plate Klass iront, ha* been used as a li .uaefuruUliing store for fifteen vesr*. Apply oa pre mise* W7 Sixth avenue, near Thirty-ninth street Basement to let?suitable for a doctor, iu 106 We?t Twenty-eighth street; can have Boom up stairs K required. Call all thr week. Rooms, wiTn stf.am power?large or small, lor any kJud of manufacturing business, at reduced rent, at Twenty ninth street and Seventh avenue. TO lbt-the old established STORE. NO. S7 Crosby street, with Counter Mielrlng and Gaa Fix tures. anil First Floor and other Apartments ll desired. Inquire In the store. TO LEASE?COAL YARD, scale AND FIXTCBEB, foot Nineteenth siroet, East Kiver, near bulkhead. Apply to H. D. A J M BROQKMAN, 37 South street. I?broadway floors TO let NEARTHIR ty-seeond street; also a flue Basement lor a restaurant; the Upper Part of 1.254 and 1,238 to let cheap. O'DWYER, 557 Sixth avenue. OWELUNG HOl'BES TO let. raraunM * _PCRVI-HM> HOCSBS ON AND AMOIN1NO A. Filth, Madison E?-t Ao . at reduced reuiels. V K. STEVENSON. Jr.,si *??? Seventeenth street, or 11 Pine street _ \ MAGNIFICENTLY FURNISHED, PINISUBD AND A Mint new lour story high ?to^ sm?om> liwelluig, near Fifth ?ven>.oK*n<?^n^Sl) rar^. t? let. ovr" si gut Seven teeuth street, or 11 Pine street. k?Hs bfcfarisayfejsa, a Kiltleth street*. - T^lMTCtASfi SEW BROWN STON1E r ell modern Improvements. near ^ntr^Park, tew doors from Firth aeenue. ^T^JfSiymJSt! moderate; Board for two adults taken in pert pa} mem. Address bo* 2,481New_?ork Poet oltlce. _____ inrRST CLABS FURNISHED FOl'B STORY HIGH F stoop brown Stone House, on Madison avcDUOsnd presented.'11, rnu LET-FURNISHKD, THREE STORY HrGH STOOF T brown stone House ; iramed1 ate ? ? "i1''"; rent $2W per month. Apply on premise* 148 Wert Fort* ninth gfc ?Tf-wT FAST TWENTY FIFTH STREET.?WHOIiK OR 126 part of House to let, furnished, must be let, ow ing to HI tealth._ I'nlurnlshfd. . tiitpp story man stoop house : 10 \ ""rooms' all modern improvements; reduced rent, month ' 'cHBIsTALIjia,.17 Ab'njdon square. KU'hth arenue, between Bleecker aud Tweinn sirteis, realestate office "a medium stzed noC8R-GOOD LOCaT10n, no. A 208 West Twenty-fifth -Ueet^.l.^-en by P< No! 5 W est Twenty-third rtreet **lftt Arenue Hotel. nrn I,HI?A three 3TORT AND HIGH stoop T House, is rooms, in West Forty-second street; suita ble for b^rJer9j/??L*EAYCRAFT. 698 Eighth avenue. rnn t P-r * LABOR IIIOH stoop HOUSE, SUIT I nble lor a ilrst claw boarding house; Fifteenth street^bctween Fifth and Sixth avenues. Inquire at M Sixth av?nue, in the atore. _ ? I Fl llMJiliKD BOOMS A5?? APAUTMKST8 I TO UB1?? ___ r,... "wir>~KTRV\S 11F.D FRONT PARLOR, HEATED, ' A gas and batli, St $15 per month ; house strictly pri vate Nq. 325 West Forty third street ~I BUALL PRIVATE FAMILY (GERMAN) DEPIBE3 A to let two nicely furnished Rooms. Apply East Fourteenth street, near .second a' enue. AhPAITTTFUL CHANCE FOR LIUHT HOU8E kcepiox ?Large, handsomely furnished Hitting Room, bedroom connecting seconil story, frunt. ?raW^ house. splendid air, S< lnrjuireofWILUAMCBAW FORD, wadisun avenue, corner Eighty-sixtn street ? FCRVlSHED ROOM FOR OENTLEMK.N AT $7 A ucr month ; private bouse ; gas and bath. Inquire In real estate office. 17 Abingdon .qui re (fcightu avtuuc), between Bleecker ami Twelfth streets. T^UBNISHED PARLOR FLOOR AND BASEMENT. A far hotmekccDlnK; also Room on third floor, lire- , ^iredf j?K pSv!&. with all the modern improve liieuw. 21b Last thirty-flftb street. . A LARGE AND SMALL ROOM, NEATLY FUR A nished. to gentlemen, at ?S and r per week. No. j 104 West Twentieth street . | BEAUTIFUL FIRST FLOOR, 4 ROOMS, PRIVATE residence, 5Z Charles rtreet, to let: rent $34, ele gant lttruiture. superb piano, elegani plet' >??rror? and all other fine tamily furniture, tor $800, co?t $1,8J0. In quire on premise* __ FM UBMrillED ROOMS TO LET?FOR HOC8EKEEP lng. No. 80 Oreanwlch^ avenue. F^S^raM H^l ;TF.r" ?r^ll ^?WcAon: I 1/iLOOB TO LET?FyRNISHED ?OK HOCSEREEP F Inn or will let separate To respectable married Mople or gentlemen; ample cio-et. and water in ? re spectable house* 11' Henry street Handsomely furnished second and third Floors. In prtT*?e house, thorouchlv tunilshed, to rent togethur or separately, till^^av , ??0 *d?k i month; responsible purtiea 443*W?st twenty-third, X^iidon Terrace. Tndhomely furnished suir of apart menu on first floor; ail conveniences: ?ingle Room above- family MMU and private-, references; .leslrablc location. 46 West Tweutv-umth street, a few iloors west Ot Broadway. T mill. girilKQ BOOM AND BALL BEDROOM, L well lurnlshert. withont board, with use of bath below Fortieth street. Address, with price, SINOLfc GENTLEM AN, Herald office. I FA^ANT FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET-AT the Revere House, ?06 and 608 Broadway, with gas and running water, firom $3 to $H> per week, to persons desiring rooms for tlic winter. T" j LfcT-A LARGE BACK PARLOR, TO A SINGLE man. ai East Forty-sec oud meet; near oet-oau a v. LET?THE LOWER AND BEST PART OF A nlrclv lurnished ?uiall high stoop House -. terms iow to a rei*p*?Tisit?le party. No. lSti West Thirty-slnh street, T near Broadway. TO LET?Pl'BMSII ED BOOMS, suitable FOR I housekeeping, also single Rooms for geuUeinen; furniture entirely new. Apply at :?W West Twenty tilth street (7 BLOCKS FROM BBOADWAY.?NICE COMFORT al?iv lurm-hed Kooini#, with lire, $7 to $3 0" per week, for gentleni"ii or ladies. No. 61 East Fourui street. ?, 4 r/i UP.?NICEST ROOMS IN TllE CITY. iUT. J ijU ting room. Bedroom and kitoi?eu cotmeci li ^ furnished lor housekeeijlng , \-nry centrally located. taVortv fourth street, fjeiween Lexington aud lourih ,-ivcnues. riH AVBNCR, m-A PRIVATE FAMILY WILL LET ?> the.r -. .>nA Floor, nandiomely tnrnished, wiUiout board; llr^tcisss al>enilance. ifi ?PA UT FRENCH FLAT. SP.CONU FLOOR. 9>17. Ii.iwlv carpeted; sitting room, bedroom and Kitchen ill" Improvements; closet and .belli; gas In eluded. l-wFiltJ sixth street, betwem Leglngton and Fourth avenues. ________ nrMOV >QCaRE.-A PARLOR AWO BFDROOM, newiv rsriieted and deitcrhtfully situatwl In corner In,us.; o\erlnoKing lite park; also u co.sey hall Room; no ,e but careiill. permanuut pariioa dealrcd , relereucct. Inqniruon *: 'onil floor 1J I WB>T THIRTY SECOND STREET?NEWLY ?) 1 furnished Hironghiut.?4'onneetlng ll?^;tiis on sec ond fluor and third floor (front Kooin, snnny expoeure; also Kooms on lourtti lloor ; referencee eachanged. -i 11\ MACDOCQaL STREET, NEAR BLBECKER.? J |W Furnished Rooms,'Tith every roiivcnlfnce for housekeeping, lo let to respei-tahle small families t < - E AS r FfKTF.BNTH STRKBT.-L A ROE FRONT I-J-,') Room with heal, for two or three gentlemen; handsomely lurnished Parlor ami Bedroom; nouse first Class, terms moderate 1-1 hhUOND AVENUE. BETWEEN NINTH AND ltJ'X Tenth s:reeU ?To let, hansoitiely turnlshe.d front Booms tor stnjle gentlemen, house aud locaiUy first class; referetidtflten and required. nil EAST EIGHTEENTH STREET.? NICELY Ft'R Z 1 1 nubed Rooms, large <>r small, to let In a pleasant mignhf-rhood, betweer Cnlon an.l stuyvesunt squares; convenient ttr rtfttunBU and oir roBlW. olO EAST iflNBTEENTfl STREET.-A NH'KI.Y z4 ?> t'irnislied Room to let, without hoard, to ? guu llrmau and *viie or single geutleiuau , rcloren? es. \r\" BROOME STREET, THRBF. BLOCKS WFST 'JlK') ot nr .sdwsy.-Meelr furnished Hooms to let. |or liuus keeping or single men. IRKtRVIkMKD A1U APART* MK.VTS TO L.KT. ^ \ FIRST CLASS SF< OND FLOOR TO LKT, IN A i\ strictlv private housi- in the inett desiraW# part of ll.irlem enri aud noat convenient Inquire at3J4baJi li6ili atrvijt. limsilHBU BOOM An APABT. MKWTSTO LET. Abdiiiuiut bbcobd floor.? roqju. eighth avenue. near Fifty second street; $!>*; ?>? *49 w?#i itmty-eeoMid street, first Floor, t wto?i>s; US; others HuLBKBT PfcCE, 2M W?it Tnirty-foarth street. A -FLOORS OK SIX ROOMS. WIT.) W*TKR AND . gt?? . rc?U iW to $? Mr atoath; to |UlvtU b 'Uje 21ft rorsyth atreet. Aildre** OWNKK, m Bond Ahakdaomb. riRar floor to let at txi Mxth avenue, b -tweea Forty-test au<l Forty oinl xtru'W. i renting Reservoir Park; all utii?rovtuieuu anil in good order. Inqalre in the store. F BENCH FLATS TO LET?AT NOi Sol, ???, SH AM' SJ8 Kut Seventy-ninth street; grand entrance to Central Park; janitor oa aretutoes; owner uurthweat corner Madison avenue and Rtxty-stith street. Floors to let?op six booms, newly paintku. in perfect order, with vat, croion, Ac.; rent low. Apply on premtM* 1,?6 Third avenue. <*ruor of i-.ighiy ninth street UPPRR PART OB THRF.R STORY HIUH STOOP brown stone house to lei; rent moderate. In quire on the premises, it Prnapcct olaee, oorner F>rty second street, near Grand Central depot. TO LET-SECOND PLOOR NO. 71 TRIED ATKNDK; a Preach dressmaker baa occupied this door lor neven years; rent $45. 6ATTOBXET STREET.? SECOND PLOOR. PIVK rooms, sAs, bath; rent $51 OOD STREET.?TO LET AT SI RA?T, A HANDHOBE ao aiecond Floor; plenty closets; best rctcrance 1/\/\ WEST TWENTY-EIGHTH STREET. CORNER 1' "u Sixth aveaue.?1Tliird French Flat, eight rooiiu, every Improvement: S94 sixth avenue, corusr Twenty fourth street, Uecoail Floor. Inquire of lUCll, 74 Hur ray street. a (it) BROOME STREET?TO LET. FIRST FLOOR tUa and Haeaateui io tats first cla*s building: will lie let cheap to a good t?u*uL Ai>ply to U. C. MtDDiSrt, Arnold, Constable * Do. 's, 309 Caual street. FOR SULK. _ T^BOCKBB* 8TOM IX HAlV-JI FOR SALK A cheap, In a very good location. Appty at No. Kant III)tit straet, Naw York. An old and well established sewing machine Bu*iue*> for Mte at a great tacraftce, for cash. A dil re en MACHINES, box 18Jtteral4 office. T~riRsi CLASS COBKBB OROCBBY STORE FOR A v?|e cheap?In the bet; location in Brooklyn, doing KO'Hl businea Applv to THOS. Q^yKNBlf 6 CO., AUo ttonoers, la North William ttreet. __ ~7~IfOR SALE CHEAP. SPLENDID SAMPLE A . Kooraa, Guar Store* on Broadway and nue, Drug stores, Groceries, Bakeriea. tiotela. Boardtug Houses Washington Market Meat Stand* MIICUELL'S Store Agency, 77 Cedar street. A BABE CHANCB.-AM ELBCAHT BLACK WAL A nut marble top t>kdc Board ot superior i?r >100, worth $225. Call, between 10 andI2, at No. 8 ? est T'htrty-elxih street. A -FOR SALE?FIRST CLASS DOWNTOWN . Sample Rooms, corner Liquor Store*. H*'|la1?'*l1!?'. Hotels, Livery Stables, Cigar stores, Meat and Poultry Stand*. Stationery; great bargains. MA I.ONE'S Store Agency. HI N aasau street. A~ FIRST CLASS QBOCEHY STORE FOR 8ALE I.eailiug avenue; splendid cash trade; wholesale and retail lee Creati Bum: fortune; bargains at siMKits' store Agency, No. 7 Murray street A FIRST CLASS TEA STORE FOB SALE?SPI'KV did location; House Furnishing. SUtionerv. Goods. Boot and iihoe, Oontectionenea, Gentlemen s Fur nlshing Stores, Coal Yards. ahM> SIMERS'store Agency, Ha 7 Murray street. * FIRST CLASS MARKET FOR A of the leading arenuea. Address E. W.. Herald Uptown Branch olHco A FINE CORNER LIQUOR STORE. BEST STAND IN A the fourth ward, for sale at a great ,? j ''j.0?.11 buslncs*_ MITCHELL'S Store Agency, Tt Cedar St. "a * A SACRIFICE.-?N'E OF THE BEST CORNER A Liquor stores on Eighth avenue, near Thirty-fourth street, lor sale cheap, and ou very easy terms. Apply at LLOYD'S, 49 Broadway. A CHANCE.?$1100 WILL BUY ONE broadway A best downtown corner Sample R'w"|j h' *' worth $1,800; must be sold. Apply to CAMPBELL, Auc tioneer, 1M West Broadway. T wholesale SLAUGHTER.?$R,(KW CASH WILL A purchase French's new Hotel, corner Church and Cortiandt streets, now running; complexly luruished. kitchen to top; 6i) elegantly iurnlslteii rooms, all black witnSt; four handsome Billiard Tabic., Only prlncl cioati with casli, meaning business, apply Immediately to owner, to Cortiandt street. Drug store for sale-on broadway splkn dldlv located; very little cash required; would exchange (or good Property, stock at Inventory , uo bonus STRIVE LAND'S Agency. M Beekmnn street THIRST CLASS FRUIT AND confectionery STORE, r near City liali.-Good stan 1 for % grocer : will oe i<old low on account of other business. Apply to J. b. OoKNKLL, 44 Court street, Brooklyn. l/iOR SALE?AN OLD ESTABLISHKD WKLI. PAYING r cents' Boot and Shoe Store ou Broadway, in nearest vicinity ot the new 1'ost t ifTlco. Applicants please ad dress A. G. M., box 14ri Herald ulUcc. r>OR SALE-COS FF.CTlONF.RY AND VARIETY store, 1,288Third avenue, near Seventy nfth street, st side, iuqulru alter 10 A. M. F For sale?on easy terms, a fibst class Hotel; full winter und summer, woul't exchange tor nice House or good Lota in New York or vicinity. Aiidre^s box 123 Herald oflL'^ . T^OR SALE-a FIRST CLASS MARKET ON EIGHTH F a venue, In a ffood location, with vegetable, fruit, flxh and oyster stands; pood reasons for selling, in* qniroof LEHAMAN SAMUELS A BROS.. Kurly-fourth street and First avenue. T^OR SALE?DOWNTOWN DINING ROOM, NEAR f Nassau street, in perfect running order, estab lished over 12 vears: no Aar. Particulars from owner photograph gallery 30J Broadway, Irotn 10 A. M. to 4 I M; IrtOR SALE-A PATENT MEDICINE , A STAPLE AR 1 tiele, on which a great tortune can bo made. Ad dress BETA, 146 We.t rourth street } T710R SALE?LIQU"Il STORE AND LUNCH BOOM ; I? reason for selling, going out of bnsine*. Mo. 12 old I SliPj ___________ F' OR SALE?FIRST CLASS DOWNTOWN LIQUOR Store, with long lease of whole buildinx. in a splen did thoroughtare. Apply to LLOYD, 29 Broadway, office 14 and lft. For sale-an old established otster House and Restaurant, doing a good bualnrw; long lease; reasonable rent; satis aetory reason lor felling. Apply at J. J- Uoiumau'* boat, pier li, loot of Cnarf? at. ! l-'OR sale-LOW, ONE OF THE OLDEST AND best r Drug Stores tn Brooklyn; a suref'ortune: good chance for a physician. Inquire ot R. B. LOCKE, .42 I Dean street, Brooklyn. F' OR 6ale-A 17-year established TOT AND Paper StaUonery Store. Inquire, for thr.e days, at No. 1SI Eighth avenue. For pale?40 prominent corner liquor Stores, Groceries. Confectioneries, Stationeries, family Liouor stores, DiHtllleries, Bakeries, < tvster .Saloon, and Ke?taurants, Butcher Shops, Hotels, Boarding Houses, Store.; to ekcliange. Liquor Stores. See auction sale. r. GA^FNK V, Auctioneer, 2S7X Bowary. roR sale-A FIRST class LIQUOR STORE, r Cigar Store and Kestauranu all connecting; three yekri)'lease: i> good chance lor a business uau. Apply a* 1lH Hi.a'urv I at 334 Bowery. t~OR sale CHEAP-AN OLD established Boarding House ana Lager Beer Saloon, doing good 1 business for the lust five years; most be sold to day. I Ajiply to THOj*. QAFFNEY A CO., Auctioneer* 18Nortti William .treet. f1 ~HMt SALE CHEAP?COFFEE. CAKE AND LUKCH lio .111, lt'6 Fourth avenue, near i tiion square. 1 tiV)R SALE CIIEAP-A NICE BUTCHER SHOP. IN r west Thirty seventh street, near Eighth avenue; 1 good neighborhood, rent only %V> henry J. LIPPE, 2.v> West Thirty-flnt ?tre?t PHOTOOHAPH GALLKRY for sale cheap-on account ?t the death of the owner. Inquire at US Eighth avenue^ I1MIE CLINTON SHADES, NO. 15 EAST HOUSTON 1 street (established 20 yean) I ne proprietor, having two places ot buMnevi, is desirous nt disposing of the above lioui-e on reasiinable terms; douiK u tine business at the present time. Apply to H. CLIFToN, on the premises. H it -MEAT MARKET FOR SALE; REASON FOR Jpl | ?). selling. Ill health Apply at 271 First ave nue. betweui Fifteenth and sixteenth s.rcou. il /Win ONLY-FOR A.N OLD established Ipl.UUU Liquor st >re well sto>-ked and doln* a -o .<) Iiiisimuw. satuilBciory reason for selling. IXi Smith street, corncr ot Dean. Brooklyn. MAI liHEItY. ~~ ~4'"lXrOK ASSORTMENT OF ENOINES, BOILERS A on.I Steam Pump* will be sold cheap to close out my bn-iness; also BuilditiHS. suitalile for manufkcturlug purposes, to rent f. CASnlDT, Noi. 4 to 10 Bridge street, Brooklyn. WANTED?OORDON a.M2 PRESS. ADDRESS TAN DKKKt HO, WELLS * CO.. Printers' Warehouse, corner Dulch and Fulton streets. New York. THE UOTOM MtABttW. i t 8 Tills KVENISO?A LECTURE ON NERVOUS A Debility .nd special disease, at Dr. Katiu's Mu muiu. Remember tne address, M* Broadway, near i Fourth street Thn largest arid nioit umiiUtUiient nou M um in tiie world. Admission We. A ?SPECIAL LBCTUUE EVERY NIGHT, AT g . o'clock at the New York Musouid of Anatomy, Sit Broadway, oetween Houston anl Bieecker streets. A. A: A. A. A.-r A. MKDICA.L. -DR. AND MME OKINDLE CURB ALL COM* plaints; 2.1 years' practice 12ij tVest I irenty sixth,t. A -DR. AND MME. VAN Hl'SKIRE, RESIDENCE , No. IM East 2Hth st.. Iietwren Id and Islington ??? East Hfty-secotid street, tlrst door from Kitlh ?MME. M AX WELL, MIDWIFE. RESIDENCE, 114 East Tenth street, near Third avenue. -DR COBRETT, IMIYSItlAN AND StROHON sinee 1842.?Consultation eonlidentlal 30 0,ntre st -MME. IIIL, MIDWIFE, PHYSICIEN HUISRB, tit ' a?t Forty-ninth street, near third avenue. ?DR. AND MME. MAt'RICf'.AU? 0 YF.AR-i' PRAC tlee. Office 111 Liberty n^ar tir'ienwieh strett. lOBrfULT DK f?R MME WF.HT -ALL COMPLAINTS J cured; advice tree, is Bleeikor St., near Broadway. M iMMc ME. KLINE, DOCTRKSt AND MIDWIFE, SURK cure guaranteed inn Korsyth St.. near Rl?in*ton. V. WHITE, DOCTRESS AND MIDWIFR-flORB cure guaraniced. onti-.? M Stanton sL. near Lmllow. ?AL.K9 AT AtTCTIOItj ^?(SIGNKE'K BALK IN BANKRUPTCt In the District Co?rt of tba United 1 H(ate*_foi^thi! Southern District ot J In bankruptcy. Id (he matter of Richard Keeping. bankrupt. The nmlt-rslxued Assignee In bankruptcy ?f the estate ?ml r<^rti of the above Darned bankrnpt hereby f?f** notice that on Monday aud Tuesday, the Xvd aud iMiti days of November. lift, at 11 o'clock In the fbrenoun. be will Mil at public auction, br E. I?. Bailey, auctioneer, ?t the store IjUI Broadway, recently occnplcd by the ?aid Kiohard Keeping, the stock of goods belonging t?? the above mentioned estate, conflating of a rich aud elegant slock oi Watches, Jewelry. Clones and Bronses; ,?iso one large ouuide Clock, Iron dales* SUuw Cases, Counters, Ga* Fixture*. Ac M. v. CABLE, Assignee In Bankruptcy of said Bankrupt The Show Cases. Safe*, outside Clock* Ac., will b? gold at U M., Tuesday. The attention of the trade and those wanting to pur chase goods tor the Holiday* U particularly called to the superiority of this stoek ot Jewelry, a greater part of which is caret, none lesa than 14, and all of it solid gold Mr. Keeping was in bualnea* on Broadway, next to Wallack's Theatre, for IA year*, and had the reputa tion with the trade ot having the finest ana beat selected stock of Jewelry in ths city. ART. Important sals of fine mode n Oil Palatines American. Krcnch, English, Qarman and Italian ils, many of which hare never before been exhlb ot the schools, . . Ited in this couutry. Among (he above will be found line examples of the following celebrated artists:? LeUtxc. I- Moran, C. W. Knsnp, H. O. Youug, Uoailcid, i'ecrus, Vernier, David Col, Le tlay. I'ondington, Knell, Morris, J. f. Herring, Clare, Bentley. Broome, Kate Gray. De Leu w, rrice, Veres, Louis Lelolr, Pattim. Ouardabas and Monllnet, including liuardabas' great Picture of "Sir Peter and Lady Tsaxle," and Pattinl's celebrated Picture of "the Knight s Story," and many others. The abora are now on exhibition and will be soil at auction on FRIDAY and SATURDAY. November V and 2?, at the Gallerv, No- ?0 Liberty street, at U o'clock each day. BDWARDJSCHENOK, Auctioneer. AT SOMKKVILLE'8 AUCTION MART, 74 I'NIVER gfty place. fXKCUTOR'fl MALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, RPBTs, MIRRORS, ((RAND PIANO, AC., AC., BY 0KDKR OF THE I STATE OF PHILIP LIVINGSTON. ROBERT AOMERVILLS wi.l sell by auction, thl*day (Tuesday), .Nov. 24. at his salesroom, 74 University place, at !()>, o'clock, handsome Household Furniture, consist ins or Mantel and Pier Mirrors. Grand l'lano, by city maker, Brussels, Velvet and Ingrain Carpets, black wal nut, rosewood and gilt Parlor huits, in brocate! and reps; black walnut Dining chairs. In leather; tine carved Centre and Extension Tables, black walnut and roso woo.l Bedsteads. Bureaus, Commodes, Wardrobes, Book cases, Sideboards, Desks: Cottage Salts, hall Chairs, Hat stands, Cornices aud Lumbrequlns; Turkish Rugs, Hair Mattresses, Feather Beds, Bolsters and Pillows. Kitchen Furniture. Ac, ? ALSO at 12 o'clock, for wliom it may concern, S fine French plate Mirrors and Cornices; sizes U teet by 3 feet 2, 13 feet by 5 laet 4,11 feet by 3 feet 4. ALSO a large lot or Upholstered Goods, in muslin. AUCTION.?EXECUTOR'S SALE OF elegant Household Furniinr*, Carpets, Ac., THIS (Tuesday) MORNING, November 24, at 10'i o'clock, at the private residence l(B West Twenty-eighth street, near Sixth avenue. Magnificent grand square rosewood Pianoforte, beautiful Parlor Suits in satin, brocade and reps; Paintings. Mirrors. Curtains, Hronies, Parlor Ornaments, Turkish Furniture, rose wood aud walnut Chamber Suits, Mattresses, dining, library, basement Furniture. J. KREAMHR, Auction* eor. fay order ut G. Brown. Esq. AUCTION NOTICE. HENRY ZINN, Auctioneer, * sells THIS HAY, at 11% o'clock, all the elegant Furniture in private residence 21 East 'AMli st., near Broadway, viz.Rosewood Pianoforte, four round corners; elegant Parlor and Bedroom Suits, Oil Paintings, Carpets. Mirrors, Curtains, Clocks, Bed steads, Bureaus, wardrobes, Spring and Hair Mattresses and every article necessary for housekeeping. Alfred lloyd, auctioneer.?by virtue of Foreclosure of chattel mortgage 1 will sell, on Wednesday next, at l?:3u, the Fixtures. Lease. Ac , of liquor store, uorthwest corner of Fiftieth street, Niuth avenne; Bars, Glassware. Ac., Ae. IL MULLEN, Attorney for Mortgagoc. An, waldron, auctioneer. . Bv D. W. IVES A CO., Salesrooms 108 Liberty street and III Cedar street Furniture, Be ding. Fancy Goods. Ac. on WEDNESDAY, at H o'clock. including Household Furniture of every description. Carpets, Bedding, Pictures, Holiday Goods, Desks. Ac., Ac, Sale commences in basement with Second Hund Goods. AUCTION NOTICB-IIY LUKE INTZOKRALD. Elegant Household Furniture at public aution, 'l HIS DAY. Over 4 jO Lots by catalogue. &)0 varrts velvet, Brussels uuJ Ingrain Carpets, THIS (Tuesday) MORNING, commencing at id o'clock, at private residence, 120 West Twenty third street, near Sixth av. Parlors consist magnificent rosewood Etageres, 7li octave rich rosewood Pianoforte, beat city maker; latest styles inlaid Parlor Suits, covered in satjn brocatel, Ac.; inlaid Centro Tables, t'aolnets. Jardinieres, gilt Tables, Oil Paintings, Imported Bronzes, ornamental Clock, Ac.; Chamber Suit, complete; solid rosewood and walnut Bedsteads, Bu reaus. Dressing Cases. 20 curled hair and spring Mat tresses, 1'lllows. Dining room?Sideboard, Extension Table, library and hide Table, Turkish Clialrs, Ac. ; Loanaes, Hull Stand, Ac. Sale positive. HENRY E. McDuNN'fciLU Auctioneer. Auction sale-commencino at io o'clock. Positively THIS (TUESDAY) MORNING, at tlie elegant private residence 2U) Wesi21>t St, near 7th av., rich Household furniture, two elegant Pianofortes, sTEINWAY and decker A BROS., 7W octaves, printed guarantees; Parlor Suits, in rich sitln and brocatel; gilt centre and console Tables, Plate Mirrors. Curtains, imported Bronzes, fine Paintings, Clocks. Ornaments, library. sceieUiue and dwarf Book cases, library tables. Writing Desks, Turkish Suite, in tension Table, Pullet, Diuiug Chairs, Silverware, Crock cry; losewood and walnut Bedsteads, Pressing Cases, Bureaus, Washstauds; 3< hair aud spring Mattresses, leather Pillows, Toilet sets', rep, p ush and haireloth Suits; Hall stand and Kitchen Furniture, 23 Brussels and ingrain Carpets, Ac., Ac. N. B.? Sale positive. Take 7th, ithur9th avenue cars. Competent men to pack auu ship goods, city and country. . ROBERT C. 0A8HIN, Auctioneer. A?JERE. JOHNSON, JR., AUCTIONEER. . Furnitare, Merchandise and Fine Arts Salesroom, 37 Nassau street Real Estate Department, ti Park row. New York. THIS DAY (TUESDAY), at WHo'ctock, at the saleeroom 37 Nassau street, lsrgionautitr of assorted Stationery, Note Paper*. En velopes and Blank Books. Also, this day, at IS o'clock. Imported Breech-loaders I Imported breech-loaders) Just received per iteamship Russia, about 40 of the finest Breech-loaders; also 1 dozen Muzzle-loader*. On WEDNESDAY, at 10H o'clocK. PEREMPTORY SALE. BY OKDElt OF AN IMPORTER. OK KINK BRONZES, LADIES' WRITINQ CASES. WoRKBOXES, HANDKERCHIEF BOXES. BAPS, SATCHELS. AC. AUCTION.?MORTQAOB SALB of the first cla.-? furnitare. Ac., on this dar (Tuesday), at the private mansion 38 West isth street, near 5th av., at H)^, o'cloc*; suporb ' Suits of Drawing Room Furniture, Etageres, ; Rookcase, Paintings, Bronzes, rosewood Flanolorte, Carpets, Mirrors, Bureaus, Bedsteads, Wardrobes, Mat- I tresses, Blanket', Extension Table, Clunaware. Cutlery, , Glassware, Silverware. Linens, basement kitchen Fur- i niture. MARTINP-fl A CO., Auctioneers. By order Leo Aomtrmau, Attorney for Mortgagee. BY JOHN H. DRAPER A CO, AUCTIONEERS. The Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad Company will sell . so.!**) tons Seranton Coal, at public auction, on Wednesday, November 23, at 12 o'ulock. uoou, at 26 Exchange place. SAMUEL SLOAN, President BY W. R MITCHELL, AUCTIONEER.?MANUFAC lurer's sale on account of removal.?THE TAUNTON 8II.YKR PLATE COMPANY WILL SELL AT AUCTION, at their salesroom No. 4 Maiden lane, dally, until fhrther notice, at 10 o'clock A. M., their entire Stock of elegant Silverplatod Ware, Table Cutlery. Ac. The attention of the trade, howl and restaurant proprietor* is called to thia sate. By order ot Taunton Silver Plate Company. JOHN II. SWAIN. Treasurer. BY MAX BAYERSnORI'RR, AUCTIONEER.?KBI.LS li>X o'clock, at 035 Third avenue, corner Kiftr-flr?t street. !? urnititre, Fixtures, Kange,'Boil*r, Conking Uten sils ot Restaurant, in lots. MAX BAYEHSDOEFEIt'S Office, % First street. BY I8ADORE J. nWA RZKOPF, A UC riON KER?WILL sell at 2 o'clock, at JM sveuue B, large stock Fancy Goods, Toys. Hosiery; also fine assortment Furniture, Bedsteads, Bedding, Mattresses, Tables, Chairs, Sloves, Ac. Dutchess county farm for sale.?the pow ers Farm, one mile from Shsron station, on the llarlem Kailroad. and two miles trom Amenia village, will be sold at public auction, in said village, November 25. 1874, at 12 oxlock. This larm contains 262 acres, and Its excellent soil, pleasant and healthy location, new and elegant buildings, fruit and other improvements and never failing springs ol water make It the most desirable farm for Its size ink astern Dutchess. The sale la a torced one. The terms will bo ten per cuntca*h and the baianca April I, Ih75 The larm can be divided into two farms of 131 seres cacli: one of which will contain flue buildings, suitable lor gentleman's country seat, and the other a comfortable larm house. EDWARD POWERS, Defendant In Partition suit, Dealers of fancy ootids is called to the sale oil Wednesday, at h.% o'clock, auction store ol JERE .lOIINaON, Jr., a? Nassau street. I EDWARD SCHEN CK AUCTIONEER. li ELEGANI' HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. ITEINWAY A Ml.Ns' parlor grand piano, elegant window dam. A>K AND LACK CURTAINS. Fl N E M ARHLE STA IX - ARV AND BRONZES, FINE OIL PA1NTINON, AC, ON WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER Jft. AT 10* O'CLOCK, AT THE PRIVATE RESIDENCE NO. 15 KAMI rillRTY EKUITII STKEE I, BETWEEN HFTH AND MADISON AVENUES. THE HOUSE WILL BE OPEN FOR INSPECTION ON TUESDAY. 24TII INST. J^UUKNE BISkELL, AUCTIONEER. THIS DAY (Tuesday), at 11 a. M? . at 94 lies <le street. Assignee's sale in bankrnptey. By order of Win. J. lloyt, Esq., Assignee. All ol the Machinery of the I rotou Fads Manufacturing Company, of Croton Fails, n. v.. making a.catalogue of over 600 lott, and consisting in part of Lathes, Planers, Shafting, rollsva. Trip Hammers, Belting, Vises, Anvils, Desks, ^atn, Ac , Ac. A portion ol the goods can nt seen at the ?lore. BISSRLL A CO.. Auctioneers. Henry debits e a son, auotionrbm! sell this day at 10>i o'clock, at 217 l.llzabeih street, Sa loon Fixture?. Hftgutftile 'able, complete. Tablet, (Jhuirs. ?ujrrawai?. sc., Jn lot* Commissioner'* sale. BALER A* At'CTIOW. ORLCLoiuRE BALK OmH Ormrt of the MM 4tatea, Kastern District ?# Arkansas. rimrlei # Huntlmjton. Samuel U. (iookin and Liuthd Atkins, Trustees, Ac., Wfc The Little Rook and Port Smith Railroad Company, rial* Public notice i? hereby given that in pnr?uance of a dec rue of the <'Iroult Court of tbo United Htales tor the Kastem District of Ark*iu?a, made and en ered la the above entitled cause an the sixth day M November. A. D. 1874, I, Charles P. Rtilmoml. Spec I a i Commissioner, dnlp appointed by said Court lor that purpose. will, on Thursday, the tenth day of December new, A. D. 1W4, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, at the front door of the Court House ol the Circuit Court of the United States lor the Ka&teru District or Arkausas, at the otty at Utile Rock, Arkansas, sell itiulee-ithe said defendants or some oi them shalt pay nr caiid to be paid to the Mid pisiaftna, on or before the said tenth day of December, A. D., 1*7*. tha sunn of monev in aud by said decree adjudged to be due (rout the said The J.iUle Kock aud Port BuiiUi Railroad Company to said plaintiffs and in all other respectscout plv with the terms of said decreet, tocether in one par te} at public auctiou, the property lu said decree men tioned, to wit:? All the rlfrlit, title ana tnteraat of tbe said The Little Rock unci Fort Smith Railroad Company in aud to all those ladds or section* of land granted In and by an act ol the Congress of tbe United States, approved July ts, DMA. entitled "An act to revive ana extend the provi sions of 'An aet granting the right of way and making a grant of land to the State* of Arkansas and Missouri to aid in the construction of a railroad from a point upon the Mississippi, opposite the mouth of the Ohio River, via Little Rock, to the Texas boundary near Palton, in Arkanaas, with branches to Port Smith and the Missis sippi River,' approved February fc IMS, and for c*hor purposes." and by nn act of tne General Assembly of the State of Arkansas, approved April IS, I860, entitled "An act supplemental to 'An act to Incorporate the Little Rock and Port Smith Railroad Company.' ap 8loved Jauuarv S3, litis, ami an act entitled 'An act xlng the line of the Little Kock and Purt i mith Branch ot the Cairo and Pulton Railroad and granting tha land* donated by Congress to the ^tate in aid thereof,' ap proved January 19,1856," for the construction of the rail road of tlie aatd I lltle Hook and Port Hmith Railroad Company irom the city ot Little Rock to Purt Smith, on the western boundary line of tha State, being teu sec tions of land, or six thousand four hundred acres per mile tor each mile of said railroad, atnotintliM lu 'he n;;'/r?gate to nine hundred and seventy-nine thousand two hundred acres, more or lesa, and situated in said State of Arkansas, adjoining and adjacent to the said ; line of railroad, except such portions thereof a* the satd The Little Kock and Port Smith Railroad Company hive heretofore sold. Tbe terms aud condition* of said sale are a* tollows, to wit:? The purchaser will be required, on tne acceptance of his bid, to pay the sum ot $30,out) In canb or in United Suites tiovernuicut bonds, ami secure the balance of said bid upon the execution of a deed or deeds fur the property sold, by a deposit of the bonds of the United States Government ot equal amount therewith In the office of the said Commissioner and Master, the said balance to lie paid Into conrt at any tima when required by the Court, an<1 within thirty days alter such require ment shall be made by an order ol record to bo entered in tnls cause; the said balance of said bid to bear in terest at the rate of six per centnm per annum from tne date of said bid until paid; a condition ol suid sale being, also, that unluss tht said purchaser sliuil pav said deterred purchase monev within thirty days after re quirement shall have been made a* aforesaid, then said Government bonds deposited as aforesaid shall be sold to the best a-lvautage of parties having right* in said fund to be derived from said sale as the C.iiirt shall direct CllAKLKS P. REDMOND, Special Commissioner and Master. I.rm.i Rock, Ark , November 9,13/4. IlOREl'LOSDRB SALE. Circuit Court of the United Hut**?Eastern District of Arkansas. C. W. Huntington and R. Jl. ] (iookin. Trustees, vs. Tne Utile [(.?mmia.lnn?r,i ma!i> Hock and Eort Smith Railroad fC ommls"oner " Me' Company, etal*. J . Public notion is hereby given that in pursuance of a de cree of the Circuit Court ot tiic United Slates for the Eastern District ot Arkansas, made and entered in (he above entitled canse on the sixth day of Novomber, A. D. IH74, 1. CUA RLKS P. RK11MOND. Special Oomtols sinner, duly appointed by said Court for that purpose, will, on THURSDAY, the tenth da v of December (next), A. D. 1H74. At 10 o'clock In the forenoon, at the front door of the Court House of the Circuit Court of tlio United Staves for the Ka<tern District of Arkansas, at the city ot Little Kock, Arkansas, sell (unless the said de.endanfs or some of them shall pay or causc to b? paid to the said plain tiffs. on or before the said tenth day of December, A. D. 1874, the sums of money in and by said ducrce adjudged to be due from the said The Little Rock and Fort Smith Railroad Company to said plaintiffs, and in all other re spects couiplv with tlie terms ot said decree), together in one purccl, at public auction, the property iu said decree mentioned, to-wlt;? All and singular the railroad of the said Little Rock and Port smith ltallroad Company, or which the said compunv is by law authorized to construct troui the city ot Little Rock. in the county of l'ulaskl, and state of Arkansas. to the citv of fort Smith, In the county ol Se bastian, and Stale aioresald, near the western boundary line of said State of Arkansas. including all the rail ways, branches, ways, rights of way. ail tracks, bridges, culverts, viaducts, lencei. depots, Ration houses, engine houses, car houses, freignt bouses, wood houses, water stations, machine shops and all other buildings and structures, with the lands appurtenant to the same, and all locomotives, tenders, cars and other rolling stock or equipment, and all machinery, tools, implements, fuel, materials and all other personal propertv of every naiuru, kind and uescrlption whatsoever, now held or acquired by the said company for use In connection with the railroad or branches of sala company or with any part thereof, or with tho business of the same; and also all franchises connected with or relating to the said railroad or branches, and all the franchises, immu nities, privileges, rights and things of whatso ever name or natnr? now held by the said company, together with alt And singular the tenements, hereditaments and uppurtenances to the said railroad, branches, lands and premises, or either thereof belonging or in anywise appertaining, and the reversion and reversions, remainder and remainders, tolls, Incomes, revenues rents. Issues and profits thereof, ana also all the estate. right, title, interest, property, possession, claim and demand whatsoever, as well in law as in equity, of the said company of, ill and to the same, and any and every part thereol with the appur tenances. excepting and reserving, however, all the lands which heretofore have been grknted to the said The Little and Fort Smith Ruilroud Company by tho Congress of the United Stutc.s or by the State of Arkan sas, and all such lands as heretofore have Deen given, granted or conveyed to said company in payment for subscriptions to its capital stock or otherwise, all which said lands (with the exception of the ways, rigntsof way and real estate hereinbefore particularly and specifically nam d or mentioned) are hereby reserved and excepted, us well as all other personal property of any and every name whatsoever mentioned in the mortgage foreclosed by the decree in the above entitled caus';. rbe terms and conditions of said sale are as follows, to wit:? The purchaser or purchasers win ne required to pay upon tbe Acceptance af his or their bid ten per centum up?n the Amount ot Mid bid In cash, and the remaining ninety per centum shall be paid or secured upon tbe ex ecution of a deed or deeds for the said property by a deposit by tbe purchaser ot the bonds of the united , states government of equal amount with said sura of ninety per centum ot said bid in the office ol said Special Master, the said ninety per centnm ot sAid bid to be paid Into Coart at any time when required by the Court and within thirty days after such requirement shall he made by an order of record to be entered in this cause; tho said stun of ninety per centum to bear Interest At the rAte of six tier centum per aunum from the date of bald sale until the same shall tie paid; ? condition of said sale being also that unless the said purchaser shall pay said deferred purchase money within thirty dayj After requirement snail have heeo made as aforesaid the said government bonds deposited as Aforesaid shall be sold or converted into money, as In the judgment of the Court shAti be deemed to the best advantage of the par ties having right* in said fund to be derived Irom said bale. _ CHARLES P. REDMOND, Littlk Rocx, Ark Special Coipmlssloner and Master. , November 9,1^74. IS. WEINBERGER, AUCTIONEER REGULAR . sale this day (Tuesday), at 10% o'clock, at 15^ Bow ery. of Wines, Champagnes, Liquors, Cigars And Smoking Tobacco; also table aud pocket Cutlery. Hosiery, Jew elry, linen Uandkerchitia. Dry And Fancy Goods, Kur niture, Carpets, Blankets, Clock*, and a variety of Gen era! Merchandise; Also flvo Iron sates, different sizes. JOHN II. FRENCH, AUCTIONEER?BY VIRTUE OF a chattel mortgage shall expose for sale at public auction the Chattel Property on premises At kindling wood yArd Nos. 541 and MS West Twenty-second street, in New York, consisting of one Steam Eneine and Boiler, one Chopper, live Bundling Machines snd other chattels, on Tuesday, 2Sd Inst. at hi o'clock A. M. A. BINBaUM, Attorney for Mortgage. J P. TRAVER, AUCTIONEER. . will soli, this day. at 1(>X o'clock, all the Furniture and Carpets of large four story private residence No. Ml Amity rtfrcet. near Sixth avenue, vie.:?7 octave Piano, with Cover and Stool; large French plate Pier Mirrors, Parlor Suits, Centre Tables, parlor patent Sola Bed, Pic tures, Brussels and ingrain Carpets throughout the whole house ?> Oilcloths, walnut Wardrobes, walnut and other Bedsteads, marble top Dressing Bureaus and Wash stands. Tables. Chairs, feather I'lllows, Bolsters, best hair and other Mattresses, nlankots. Quilts, Sheets. Counterpanes, Mirrors. Clocks, brocatel ana lace Curtains, Card Tables, dining room anil kitchen Furniture, 10 good Stoves, lie frigerutors, Crocker/, Ulosswaro, large lot of Cooking UtBUilU, Coal, Wood, Ac. . MARSHAL'S SALE.?BT VIRTUE OF SEVERAL executions, I will sell this (1a/ (Tuesday), at eleven o'clock, at No. 117 Nassau street, fourth floor, the con tents ora Printing Ofllcc; also three Desks, Shelvlnge, Pictures, lot of Chroinos, Ac. LOUIS LEUBUBCHER, Marshal, MARSHAL'S SALE.?BY VIRTUE OF AN BXEClf tioii to me directed, I will expose for sale the Con tents of a first class boot and slioe store, In lots, on Tuesday, November 4, 1874. at 9W o'clock A. M? at No. 191 Bowery; dealers are invited To attend ; sab1 positive. JOHN A. WKl'li, Cify Marshal. PGAPFNBY, AUCTIONEER. 297}( BOWERY. . sells this day, at lok o'clock, the stock and fix tures of the cigar store 6)1 Broadway ; flue corner store, excellent fixtures, Ac. 1>AWN BROKERS' SA I.K-W A I (' IIKS AND JEWEL ry ? TUOS. J. McukaTH, Auctioneer, 158 Chatham square, corner Mulberry street, will sell THIS DAY. nt II o'clock, WW lots ot (Jolil and Silver Watches. Diamonds and Cold Jewelry, Pins. Rings, Earrings, Bracelets, Chains. Ac. Also, Ouns, Pistols, Musical Instruments, Ac. By order II 0. Lewis, Second avenua, and 8. Peyoor, Second avenue. PAWNBROKER'S HALB.-R FIELD, OKNERAL Auctioneer, salesroom No. *9 Bowery, will ?ell this day, at 11 o'clock, WO loin Men's and Women's nothing, Dresses, Shawls. Reinuants, Underclothing. Beds, Men ding. Quilt.*, Blankets, Boots, Shoes, Ac.. Ac. , nlso 25 One feather Beds; also Coats, Pants and Vest*. By order I. Aarons, (Jrand street N B ?The *ale of Men'* Clothing will begin at II o'clock sharp. PAWNBROKER'S HALS Tills DAY.?J AMES ADAH, auctioneer, will sell, at salesroom* 59 New Bowery and No. 9 Oliver street, at I o'clock. 600 lots Dresses, Brocha and woollen shawls, saciiues. Remnant*. Table Linen. Blankets, Quilt*. Sheets, underclothing. Boots, nailers. Ac.; also Coats. Pantaloons and Vests. By or der S. (ioodsteln. Bridge street, Brooklyn. OUFRKMls COURT, The Central National Hank | ol the City ol' New York I Alfred?Hl?dgcrtott. J In pursuance of a decree made and entered In the Above entitled action on the 16th day of Noverj|l>cr. 1*74, I (he undersigned referee in sAld decree named, by A. ,1 Bieeeker, son A White, Auctioneers, will sell At pub lie auction at the Exchange Salesroom. No. Ill Broad way, in the city of New York, on Saturday, the Wth day of November, 1174, At 12 o'clock noon of Uiat ilav. One hundred and (en shares of tbe capital stock of the Kort Wayne (las l.lght Company. Daikd New Youk, Nov. 18. Hf4, _ PIlfLO T. RCOOLR8, Releree. MlATIff *ffl? Wwitw, I'taiilllfl'* Attorneys, Wall strMfc J. ?iliES AT AVCTION. 7l DKAPBB,TuOTIONRBR. American Di??oiv1 Drill Company. Pale of PtMU. Diamond*, Taanellng Machine. Sale and Ofllee Furniture, unaer direction of Vernon it Brown, Receiver. In pursuance of an nf(l?f of the "upreme Conrt, dated the 6th day ot NovonilxT. H74. will be Bold, at publlo auction, at the risk of the purchaser, by JU11N H. OKA PER k CO., Auctioneer!, at the Exchange Salearoom, ill Wraadway. tn the elty of Mew York, on the Jtlli day of Noeaatfcer, icr?, at U o'clock, noon of Uiat day, tinder the direction of the subscriber, the receiver named In theaa proceeding!, tae following described Property:? Ail tbe Klfht, Title and interest of tbe American Dia mond Drill Company, a corporation Incorporated pursu ant to tbe laws of the State ot New York, of, in and to certain Letters Patent of the United State* and (he in ventions and privileges secured thereby, lssuod In 1? form to tbe aald corporation and to certain other par ties. awl thereafter assi?aedto tbe aald corporation for a valuable consideration, whien letters patent are 4e?ig nated and described as follows Reissue No. 3,091), bearing dale Uie 28vh day ot October, A. D. 1389, signed by William T. Otto, Acting Secretary of the Interior, ee l countersigned and sealed with the seal of the Patent Oilloe by Samuel a FUUer, Cotniuls siouar oi Patents, whereby one .Isabel J. Scverauce was granted, for tbe term of 17 years from the Hth day of jnly, 1363. the lull Hud occlusive right and liberty ?t making, using and vending to other! to be used, a cer tain invention, which Is entitled In said reissued letter patent, a new and useful improved rook drill, and a de scription wncreof Is (riven In the schedule annexed to said reissued iellu's-uutout and mating a pari of tlie same. Alsoietterspatent So. 9J 785, issued to one John Wonn nod William T. Holt, iolutly, tor improvement in rvcn drilling machtne*. Also letters patent No 131,306, bearing date the Mth day ot December, a. D., l?7i, signed by & C, C , Ac tins secretary of the Interior, and countersigned and sealed with the seal ot the Paleul office by M. I). Lcggett, Oom mi-aioner ot Patents, whereby the American IXatnon I Drill Company was granted, lor the ierin of seventeen years lroin the 24th (lay of December, IH72, the exclusive right to make, use ana vend a certain luventlon which is entitled In said lelters pa'.eut. "A neiv and useful Im provement in machines tor drilling rock." and a de scription whereot iagiven in the schedule annexed to said letters patent and making a part ot the s mie. * Aiao certain letter! patent of the insstioni ot Sweden, on or abont the llth dav of August, 1*73. ismicd indue term to one John North and one ?? mil lock, an 1 thereafter assigned to the said American Diamond Drill Company. Also any patents or letters patent oi t'.ie Republic of Mexieo which have been or may hereafter be issued to the said American Diamond Drill Company, or to any person In tlielr behalt. in consentieuce ol an application for letters natent heretofore made to the patent otneo ol tne Republic of Mexico, through one John Doe, whose name U to the Raeeiver In theao proceeding! unknown. Also a certain contract, dated the 1st day of July, J373, and the inventions and privileges secured thereby, between one W.lliam R. Mauley and the said American Diamond Drill Company, in rciatinn to tbe making, niaiiuiacturinjt. using, selling and licensing others to make, use aliased toothers, certain rotary engines, the invention ot said Manlev. aud which said contract waa recorded In the United States Patent Office, in Labor W. 16, pace -47 ol Transfors ot Patents, on the 5th day of Julr, SI And there will also be sold at the aald lime and place all the right, tlUe and intereat of the said American Diamond Drill Company of, tn and to certain diamond* and to a certain tunnelling machine, held by one J. T. Pearson aa collateral security respectively for (wo notes, one for $S,000 aud the other for $1,1)30. And there will also be sold at tbe same time and place all the right, title and Intereat of the said Americin Diamond Drill Company of. In and lo a certain dale and Otllce Furniture, now In the former uttlcea ot the said company at No. 61 Liberty street, consisting of certain Partitions, Carpets. Long Desk, Railing, Letter Press and Htandaud Newspaper Rack and Piles. VERNON II. brown. Rearer, Bi Baarer street. Martin A Smith. Attorneys tor Receiver, 60 Walt stmt Dated N*w York, Not. 9.1874. _ s PECIAL ART BALK of tlie superb collection ?f Oil Paintings from the Pari* Exhibition! now on y tew at Kurtz's Art Gallery, No. 6 East Twenty-third street (Madison square), at auetlon on FRIDAY and SATURDAY evenings, November 77 and 28. Tills is undoubtedly the fluent collection of Dictores that has been offered at auction in a long time and tiio public will have a rare opportunity to procure flu# ex ample* of the ceiebratod French nohool. Among the col lection will be found the tallowing very celebrated pic* ture.s:?".-auve qui pout," hv Picon; "Salome," bv Eog nault; "Forge oi King Louis XVI.," by Ficliel, and axamr pies from John Lewis Brown, Jules Noel, Leon Bonnat, Paul Vernon, E. Ksbens, Chs. Destiayet, Bounemalson, Jenne Samson, L. Rouge ron, On exhibition until evening of sale. A. de Penelle, Tony de Be.rgue, M. Cosonaun, If. Ptcou. Gamboge, Herand, Stephen Jacob, Alt. Pabst, and many others. SHERIFF'S SALE OF CLOTH, TRIM MINOS, 40 8. HERMAN, Sheriffs Auctioneer, sella Wednesday, November 25, at 11 o'clock, No. 13 Bowefv, abou* 12 cases Felt cloth, various colors. Skirts, Trimmings, Flan n*ls, Ac. WM. O. CONNER, Sheriff. Wm. H. Cabuoll, Deputy. SHERIFF'S SALE OF THE STOCK AND FIXTURES of a Fancy Goods store. S. HERMAN, Sheriff's Auctioneer, sell* this day, Tuesday, Nov. 24, at 11 o'clock. No. 529 Eighth avenne, a large and ^general assortment of Fancy Good*, Show Cases, Store Flxturci, Ac. ? W. 0. CONNER, htusilff. Fiukk P. Dunlat, Deputy. FUHNITUliK,, A Lady about taking an unfurnished three story House (tlrst class looation) Is desirous of finding a party having Furniture, willing to rent the samo or take board in exchange for use. Address hamilton, Herald Uptown Branch office. A -WEEKLY AND MONTHLY PAYMENTS FOR1 ? Furniture, Carpets and Boddlng, at B. M. COW PERTH wait A Co.'s, 155 an 1 W Chatham street An Immense stock and low prices Great bargain* for cash. A UCTION ROOMS, NO. 39 EAST THIRTERNTH A street.?Furniture, Mattresses, Extension Tables, Library Table*, Pianos, Parlor Suits, Ac., at private sale, at auction prices. Special attention given to outside sales by HAVEN A CO. A magnificent PARLOR SUIT, GRAND DUCHESS style, covered brocatel, $151; do., $50; Pianoforte, *2.25; rh.imb-r. Dining Furniture; sacrifice. Inquiro residence 36 W. 15tli st.. near 5th ar. ATTENTION.?SECOND hand FURNITURE AND Carpets bought- The highest cash prices will tie nald by c.illing on or addressing Mr. ABRAHAMS, .No. 274 seventh avenuo, near Twenty-sixth street. A MAGNIFICENT TURKISH PARLOR SUIT, cost $450, Tor $125: do , rep and haircloth. $35; rosewood Pianoforte, cost $850. lor $2511; Carpets, Aa Private resi dence 21 East2?th st.. near Broadway. A PRIVATE FAMILY. LEAVING THE CITT, WISH to dispose of their Household Furniture, made or der Parlor Suits, cost $0X1, tor $20J;Bedroom Suits, $300, lor $175; splendid rosi'wood 7)* octave Pianoforte, cost $1.1X10, for $250, including Stool, Cover; also Library anil Dining Furniture, Carpets Bsddlng, Paintings, Ac. Call at private residence, 258 West 23d st. A SACRIFICE FOR IMMEDIATE CASH?PRIVATE lamlly will sell, viz. ; Parlor suit cost $1150 for$200; dr.. $150; 7y octave Steinway Planolorte, $350; library an I dining Furniture, bedroom Sets. $60. $15); Bea st1 ads. Mattresses, Turkish Suits, $100 reo nuiIS, $.15; plush, $50: fine Paintings, Bronzes, 27 Carpets, Ao. Call 3 days private residence. 2lu West 2lst st A PRIVATE FAMILY WILL SELL GENERAL assortment of ilrit clasi Household Furniture, as tollows;?Pianoforte, Parlor Suits, Centre Table, Car pets. Jardiniere*. Curtains, Paintings Etugares Book case, Hooks. Turkl-h sulls, Easy < liuirs. Chamber Suita complete, Bedsteads. Bureaus. Dressing Casus. Mat tresses, Ac.; Dining Room?BulTei, Chairs, Extension Tables. Ac., at a sacrifice. In lots to suit Call, uiiv.ito residence 120 W est 23<1 streat. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF CARPETS, FURVf ture and Bedding ai lowost cash prices, at O'bAlt RELL'-1. 411 Klglilh avenue, between Thirtieth nod Thlrty-tlrst streets, l'a.vineuu taken weekly or monthly. C1AKPKTS, / Furniture, Hods, Bedding. Ac. Payments taken by the week or month. Terms oasy. KELLV A CO., Corner of Twenty -flfUi street aud blxtli avenue. /"I KRPKTS AND FITRNITl'RE.?$2ft),QOO WOHTI1 OF V ' Furniture now ottered at our immense ware room 25 per cent cheaper than ani othur house tit the cttyi Parlor Suits. 7 pieces. $4U. anil Chamber Suits, V pieces, $22 A choice aasortment of <'arpets?Volret, body Bitissels. tapesiry Brussels and all wool ingrain at low prices; Oilcloths, Window Shades, lace Curtains, Lam brequins, Mat*, Matting, Ae. D. KELLY, successor to II, O'Karrtill. 610, 512, fii4 und 5itS Eighth avenue. /toMPLF.TR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE FOR SALE, v/ Address Hob art, Herald Uptown Branch omco, IjSURNITURE FOR SALE-RY LADY OIVINO UP 1 housekeeping, handsome Parlor Suits, made to order, cost $225. fbrfl'J#; Bookcase. $15; bxtoUMoil Din lug Table, $14. 107 East Forty-sixth street. AtlTHOIjOfil V. Attention -consultation pN Bu?r*RT5 losses, enemies, lawsuits, aosont friends, lovo, mar riage and death, pay relumed unless satisfied. MaD.OIU SlNOUt, Clairvoyant, 621 Sixth avenue. ArTENTIOM-KNoW THY destiny CONSULT the wonderfully filled Clairvoyant; give* lucki causes marriages, l.'i West Forty Out street in st Broadway. WOROFRAN CLAIRVOV \MT TELLS NAMES, SHOWS J J likeness, cause* marriage. 60c. to $1. No. 150 West 1 wanty flrth street MADAMK OOLLIN-A RELIAIILE ANI) TKIITII. till Clairvoyant. 275 Hlxth avenue, near Seven teenth street MMK. ROna, CLAIRVOYANT AND SPIRIT VISII'V. latr-Keveals your whole life from llio cradle IaUis e.iivn. 472 Usual atreut CvusultoUoa, $1.