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WHOLE NO. 13,987. "NEW YORK TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1874.?QUADRUPLE SHEET. PRICE FOUR CENTS. DIRECTORY FOR ADVERTISERS. amusements?pocrtb Paob? First, second tod third 48TK?OL(%ny-8i*tk?iitb pa0^m0nd column. ?oakd^nd lodoino WANTED-Third PAgB-fifth brooklyn BOARD?third Pa<w?Fifth column. BROOK l.vn RliAL kstate FOR SALE?first Pin? business copportunit1 ES?eletinth paob. blniness notichs?mntu Pack?sixth column. CITY RKAL ESiATE FOR SALE?First Page?Sixth olerk'^'and SALESMEN?thibd Page?Second col* CLO nflnb?Sixteenth Page?Fourth column. ooachmen ANO GARDENERS?thibd Page?Second and third columns. go AST WIS h stkamsliips?Sixteenth Paob?Fifth and Mxth columns. COUNTRY huai D?tniau Page?Sixth eolnmn. dancino academies?Fourth Page?Third column. DENTISTRY?1third Page?Ihiril column. DRY goods?first Pack?pllth column. DWELLING HOUSES TO let, FURNISHED AND unfurni -ll ED?sixteenth Pake?First column. EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS?Sixteenth Paok?Filth col umn. EXCHANGE?fourth Page?Third column. EXCURSIONS?sixteenth Pack?Sixth column. financial?elkvbntti Pace. finfc aRi s? Elktneth Pack?Sixth column. FOR SALE?tiiirii 1'age?Sixth column. FURNISHED rooms ANO ai'artm KNTS TO LBT? Sixteb.tth Page?First And second columns. furniture?eleventh Page?Sixth column. FRENCH ADVERTI*EMENrS?third Pao??Third column. HELP WaNTED?FEMALES?tinmn Page?Ptrst and second columns. gBLP WANTEl'?MALES?tntmn Paob?Third colamn. ORSEH, cakriaoks, AC.?first Page?Third, fourth and (llili columns. BOTELS?third Page?Fifth and sixth oolnmns. HOLIDAY i'RKSKNT.?First Page?Fltth column. HOUSES, ROOMS, AC., WANTED?sixteenth paob? Second column. INSTRUCTION ?1'hird Pace?Sixth eolnmn. leivrurk SKASON?fourth Page?lhirl column. hOAN OFFICES?sixteenth Pack?Mxth column. OST AND FOUND?first Page?Second eolnmn. MACHINERY?third Pack?Sixth column. ma KB 1.1*. MANTELS-first Page?Sixth column. hai rimoniai.?sixteenth Pack?second column. B EDIC A L?sixteenth Page?Fourth eolumn. 1LLINERY anu DRESSMAKING?first P AGS?Filth column. ki8ckllaneous ADVERTISEMENTS?'tmin Page?sixth eolnmn. MISCELLANEOUS?third Pag*?Third column. NEW publications? ninth Paob?sixth colamn. NEWSPAPER READING ROOMs?fiost Pack?Sixth column. _ . , PERSON a i?Fibst Paob?First and seeond columns. PIANOFORTES, GROANS, AC,?foubth faoe?Third column. POLITICAL?eleventh Page?Sixth column. PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES? Third Pagk?First column. PROPERTY OUT OF THIi CITY POR SALE OB TO RENT?first Pace?>!xth eolnmn. beal ESTATE TO EXCH ANOE?flmt Pass?Sixth column. BBWaRDS?first paok -Second oolnmn. balbs AT AUCTION? Sixtxemtu Pagb?Third add fourth columns. SITUATIONS WANTED? FEMALES?seoond Paob and Third Pack?First oolnmn. SITUATIONS WANTED?MALES?tm*n paob?Second column. SPECIAL NOTICES?first Paob?Seeond and third columus. SPORTING?DOGS, BIRDS, AC.?fixst Paob?Third column. stobagk?third Page?Sixth column. THE TRADE8?'I'hird Page?Third oolnmn. the TURF?first PACE-Thlrd colamn. TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES?slxmmTm Pace?First column. TRAVELLERS' (iUIDE?Sixteenth Paob?81xth col umn. UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LKT?sixteenth Page?Second column. WANTED TO PURCHASE?fourth Paob?Third col umn. ifestch ESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OR To LET?first Page?Sixth eolnmn. ITINES. LIQUORS, AC. ?first Pagk?Fifth colamn. WINTER RbSORTS?iniitd Page?Sixth column. BENNETT BUILDING. B EN NEXT BUILDING. DIRECTORY. Boomk BASEMENT. J?Lawrence A Co., Banker*. 3?1 be "Republic" Newspaper. 8?H. D. Duinont, Stationer. 0. W. Smith, Law Books *? M. Lynch, Wlnea. b?A. B. Davenport, Hatter. 6?Baum A Friedman, Tailors. SECOND STOar. 1?McMahon A Morse' Lawyers. 8?W. H. o'Dwyer, Lawyer. A. Buckingham, Lawvor. C. T. Pinckney, Lawyer, C. J. Guiteau. Lawyer. 8?Crmpbell A Palmer, Lawyers, H ( Meade A KockwelL Lawyers. 6?Northwestern Life 1 nsurance Gomjan L. S. Benedict, Agent. jp^Ohamherol Lite Insurance, Jj ( Charlton T. Lewis, secretary. 12?McCarthy A Chalmers, Lawyers. U?Cook A Lawyers. II. B. Ferguson. Lawyer. 14?W. W. Weill, Lawver. International Collection Associattoi. THIKD STOriV. 1?Judge Sutherland. ill K. M. Scott. Lawyer. 3?Kettritoli A Cardwell. Lawyers. J. S. Hanson, Lawyer. 6? .-heriiian. Bonyugu, Cochran and McEwen, Bteno graphers. 6?Elislia Bloomer, lU'al K state. (>. II. < ook, neal Estate. 7?Brigs* A Fellows. Lawyers. J. B. Aitkcn. Lawyer. 8?W. C. 'I rnphagen. i awycr. C. .Mnitncw*. Lawyer. W. H. Ryan, Lawyer. E. T. Gardener, Lawyer. L. O. Wilson, Lawyer. W. Durack, Lawyer. 10?'Wilkinson A Peters. Trustee* ?f Estate of Whits, li ( Harrison A strong. Lawyers. | A K. Woodruff, Lawyer, 14? W. It. Bergliolz, Civil Engineer. Pelhum and Portcliester Railroad Company. FOLKI'H STOKY. ]?Thornton A Earle, Lawyers. it bduiir Ketcbum, Register in Bankraptoy. 8* hricar Kctchum. Jr., Lawver. 4> Henrv Wehle. Lawyer. 6( S. Snllan. Lawyer. C. Goldzier, Lawyer. M. V. Eller, Lawyer. C. A. Lane, Lawyer. II. Fuehrer, Lawyer. ^-b. B. Maciv. L. H. Cra11. Aienct A Co. 7? Haskins ft Crook, Lawyer*. M. i.utzcl, Lawyer. ' % G. H. Badeau, Lawyer. 8?Crarv, Wellnr A chenck, Lawyers. T. O'Brien, Lawyer. >?C. II. Williams, Lawyer. 11?C. H. Glover Lawyer. Jj| ( Lockwood A Crosby, Lawyers. fs. bubler, Lawyer. FIFTH 8T0BT. 1?L. fikldmorc. Lawver. 2?Sw.vvesant Bank Receiver. 8 i Wakeniin A Latting. Lawor*. 4/'l. U. Hakeman. Lawyer. 51 P. s. Winchester, Lawyer. 6?John D. Clute. 7?Kltcli A Fitch. Lawyers <1. Fuller. Lawyer. 8? Hascall ft stetson, Lawyers. E. O. Stedman, Law>er. 9?So<i. tv lor Ketorni>tlon of Juvenile Delinquent*. 10?S. II. Steele, Lawyer. W. II. King, Law-er. J. A. Lv decker, wnl Estate. C. lv. I.ydeckcr.Real Instate. 11?J. P. A J. A. Kred, Lawyers. 12?Byrne, Evere't A Co., Lawyer*. Walsh, Ualbert and Fckerson. Lawyers. SIXTH STORY. 1?John Townshcnd. Lawyer. A. Mcli?*on. 2?lienrier-on Benedict, Lawyer. R. Logan, Scotch Grnnite, Ac. 8?G. w Carpenter, Lawyer. 4 ( Otis T. Hall, Lawyer. 6 Ml. "? Webster, Lawyer. D. R. Lyddy, Lawyer. JeUersou Clark, Lawyer. 8 lJohn L. Knight. 7' Janitor. St Hodies A .Meeker, Lawyers. 9} R 8. Burr, Lawyer. John Croinpion, Accountant. Smith A Dean, City surveyor!. 10)G. W. Van stclen. Lawyer. 11 /T. II. Baldwin, Lawyer. 12 > Charles D. Barrow, Lawyer. 131 Henry A. Gildersleere, Lawyer I41G. K Carrington. Lawyer. U. W. Toniiiklns, Lawyer. T. II. Milner. I.awvet. Two passenger elevators rnnning all the time. PERSONAL, BRIDUKPORT?TKAIN FRnM NKW YORK. 3ATUR day, December ft, rear ear. Lady (accompanied bv gentleman) lett train at Bridir port i t'l P. M. II agree kI)lo. Hie gentleman WOO Mt Op | >o?i t? and followed you to the plail'orui would like your acquaintance and the opportunity to explain. Address IIARitlS, Herald olllcc. Expressman or h airman who conveyed J irom *stor Home, Saturday last, a trunk, vail?e. mi all handbag ami bundle ol shawls, call upon (lie un dersigned and receive liberi! reward. LI. S. RITTMt. BAN u. Counsellor at Law, til Wall street. -IF Yor WISH To SEE ME CALL AT MV HOI'SE Tuesday at 3 or 3 P. M. M. L. C. G Cl ?PROM18KM REMEMBERED. WRITE ME. AD. T. dress M. L. u., station K, city. Am anxious to bear Irom JuU. M. L C. INI M I'M ATP IN W v.\ I'u: I) --') K MICH V K 1, AND Fit AN els McPaniel. natives of the parish of CloonnIT, comity Roscommon, Ireland Address IIIOMaS McOuldE, Hudson House, 9.1 Washington street, -ew York city MIt KNA1Z?PLEASE CALL AGAIN IN FRANKLIN street. Address mislaid. ? MIGRATORY BIRDS IX HOPE MNO THEIR WAY In i|iiest of a I.rlghler sky, while dotnestlo ones are coDien' wli'i 'ate ami linger till th? winter passes Dy. MORDiT AFTEHNOON.?WIl.L YOCNO LADY IN blaok. that noticed gentleman In front of picture store and again when waiting lo Broadway, address, with particulars, PICTURE, IIar?l<l Uptown Branch ettee. M PERSONAL. b9. OASSIE scott CALL AT 181 0 H! MY i AIN'T IT OOOD TO-DAT, TUESDAY? stmt time and place. CLAMS. PUFFY.-MYSTERY discovered; CLOSET IN. varied; velvet costume exhibited to admiring friends last night. Robkrt NELSON MACNA1R IS INVINED TO COM munlr.atu with DELTA. box 220 Herald office, and leave address, when be is likely to bear oi something to blti advantage, d>ox REWARD-FOR A MAX DROWNED AT pikb ?jp&') 4u North River; had on long oil coat and rubber hoots; wns drowned November 23. lbe above reward will be palil lor bit identification by PARKER k OEM mi-. L, 150 West street. New Yoric. oq k'j?wednesday NEXT, 4 P. M. IF STORMY, V OO Thursday. LOST AND foumd. A VALUABLE rino, i,OST DURINO MAT last, will be returned to the owner, if properly described and advertising expenses paid. For adtlress apply to the bookkeeper at the Herald office lor one week. Found?some money, in tiik st. denis res. taurant Apply to the Restaurant Cashier, St Dews Hotel. Found?a sum of money, which the owner can haw by describing the loss, or otherwise satis fying the finder that the amount was his. Address bijblnson, Herald office^ ?LIOUND?on FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 4, FN r a Fifth nvenue stage, a child's Bracelet, which the owner can have by proving property and paying tor this advertisement. Call on v., at First National Bank, Brooklyn. N. Y. _____ fHHJND?on THE 4TH INST., A POCKKTBOOK containing a small sum of money. Address box 3,322 Post office, Lost-in a fifth avenuk omnibus, on mon dav, December 7, a Russia leather Pockethook. con taining bank bills and memorandums. The finder will be liberally rewarded by applying at 208 East Fifteenth street Lost-in a fifth avenub stage i o'clock P. M.. Monday, a lady's sim Umbrella. Will the gentleman remaining In tlie stage whan two ladies left please return It to E. SHERMAN, 116 Wall street! JOST, S10 RKWAKD.?LOG BOOK OF THE SLOOP J Richard smith, lost between New Haven and New York (supposed on train), reacning New York at 12;30 ot. Monday, 7th inst, or in or about Grand Central De pot, or lti Madison avenue stage. Apply at JOHN PETER-',2.13 West Twenty sixth street. Lost-last Friday, gentleman's oval gold Locket, with photograph ol mother and sister. Finder will be rewarded. J. P. CAM EN, 43 Walker street Lost?on sunday morning, a diamond stud, in going from Roosevelt street ferry to Western Unio i lelograph office, tlienc to Grand Central depot The tinder will receive a liberal reward. Call on or ad dress WIK'lli BROS., 92 Broadway, Williamsburg. L08T?CHANGING CARS AT BROADWAY AND Kitty first street, a small black Bag. containg pocket book, kevs and an article of lewelry. A liberal reward will be given at 127 Firth avenue. Lost?a pocketbook yesterday, at thb hour of 4 P. M.. coming from Eisig's, sixth avenue, to Macy's-Fourteenth street. Suitable reward on deliv ery at 26 West Fourteenth'street IOSi'-ON fifth avenue, near thirty-second J street Sunday night, out ol a bnggy, three Horse Blankets. If the tinder wilt leave them at the NASSAU SPONGE COMPANY, 28 Liuerty street, $20 will be paid him with thanks. rriHE PARTY WHO PICKED UP TOE pocketbook x after the lady leaving green car at Grand street ferry, will please return to the address ot enclosed note, 12) hast t'wonty-eeventh street Tne amount ot money in currency the finder may retain; for the gold, if not yet exchanged, he will receive the value and no ques tions asked. The metropolitan printing establishment is at 218 Broadway, In tbe Herald Building. REWARDS. wr REWARD.?LOST, A BLACK AND TAN t^r jpo rler: answers to the name of Pinch; tall broken. Above reward will be paid for his return to fib West Sev enteenth street <*>r REWARD?FOR RETURN OF BLACK AND TAN Terrier, lost from 2-3 Madison avenue. d?in BEWARD?FOB A MUFF, L08T ON SUNDAY ?ip lu evening, on Firth avenue, between Thirty-fifth and Thirty-seventh streets. The above reward will be paid to any one returning (t to 18 West Thirty-ninth tt d?1 ft BEWARD AND NO questions ASKED, WILL ?Jpi.u be paid for return of riussla pocketbook, papers and cneck, lost on Satnrday night up town. Check, pay ment ol' which has been stopped, Is No. 1,339, and druwn by .1. m. S., ir., on Broadway Bank. Deliver to K. DEaK, 3 Herald olhco. mne REWARD.-LOST, LADY'8 WATCH, GBEEN enamelled case with painting and scolloped edge frame; lost between seventeenth and Twenty ninth streets and Third and Sixth avenues; wilt be paid on returning it to the clerk ot the Everett House, Seventeenth street, corner Fourth avenue. a>t)C REWARD.?l.OST, A PAIR OF CHAIN BRACE spztj lets, with slides and 1'eurls. in coming from the lUv. Mr. Hepworth's church on Sundav evening, the 6th lust, through Forty-fifth street to Lexington avenue to fifty-seventh sireet. By returning the same to 693 Lex ington avenue the above reward will be paid. <hqfw\ KEWAR'? WILL BE PAID AND NO QUES jpouw tions asked for the recovery ot one set ot drafts. no. li),262, 30,000 franc*. drawn by Limbcrt a Co. and i). F. Kraus A Co.. of Paris, to order and not en dorsed; payment has been stopped. Also, one set of dia monds and one Pearl Brooch, all of which have been stolen from the owner. Apply to coudekt BROTHERS. 49 Wall street, N. Y. SPECIAL. NOTICES. TTERALD BRANCH OFPICEs. ADVERTISEMENTS RECEIVED AT ALL HOURS UP TO 9 P. M., AND NEWSDEALERS SUPPLIED WITH HERALDS AT FIVE O'CLOCK EVERT MORNING, AT 1,266 BROADWAY AND S3) SIXTH AVEXUE, BE TWEEN THIRTY-FIRST AND THIRTY-SECOND STREETS. OPFTCE OPEN ALL NIOHT. HARLEM OFFICE 2,381 TbIRD AVENUE, CORNER OF 124TH STREET. ADVERTISEMENTS RECEIVED TO 7JO P. M., AND NEWSDEALERS 8UPPLIED AT FIVE O'CLOCK EVERY MORXINO. A?SODA WATKR. MINERAL WATERS, OINOER . Ale, spark Iintr Wines: manufacture of complete outfits ol Apparatus anil Materials, with lull instruc tions: all department* ol manufacture, bottling and dis pensing; exclusive Rights in desirable territory. Cata logues tree. JOHN Matthews, First avenue. Twenty ei x tit and Twenty -seventh streets. New York. ATTENTION 1-OASH IN HAND FOR PERSONS wishing to realize on surplus Mocks. Merchandise. Furniture, Ac. Address, in confidence, W. A. T., box 730 Post office. ?HAVANA LOTTERY OF CUBA. Koval Snxon Government Lottery. Hamburg Citv Lottery. Brunswick Government Lottery. Prizes cashed and information given. Lock box 6,39fc ThEODOR ZSCHOCH. 116 Nassau street. Now York. A A DAY POSITIVELY FIXED. TUtSDAY, 291'H OK DECEMBER. SECOND AND LAST GRAND GIFT CONCERT IN ATD (IK I HE MASONIC RELIEF ASSOCIATION OF NORFOLK, VA. S250.COOI TO BE GIVEN AWAY. PRICE OF TICKKTS. Whole ticket* 910 Quarter tickets $1 $0 Half tickets 9 hleveu tickets 103 00 For tickets, circulars, Ac., hddress THK BRANCH OFFICE OF THE ASSOCIATION, (Room 25), 78 and 80 Broadwav, Post office box 1,417. New York. HENRY V. MOORE, Secretary. A?GRAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAWINO. ? Royal Havana Lottery, December 16, ld74. Only lfi.UtW Tickets I One prize to every.seven tickets! 2,097 prizes, amounting to $1,100,000 I capital prize 800,000 I prize 1UU.0CW 1 prize 60.i UU 2 prizes, SZVMU each 60.0u) 4 prizes. $10,001) each 40,OUO 12 prizes. $5,000 each (So.imo 473 prtzes. $500 each 236,aro Circulars, with lull particulars, sent free; prizes cashci1.. Address P. O. DEVLIN, stationer and General Agent, 30 Liberty street, New York. A ?OFFICIAL DRAWING OF THE KENTUCKY , state Lotteries.?Simmons, Dickinson A Co., Mnnagers. rkntbckt, kxtra cuh nn. 323? drcrxbfr 7. 1874. 32. 31. 43, 68, 96, 68. 3, 52, 9, 70, 6. aKNTucar, class no. 324?drckmskr 7. 1S74. 63, 75. 49, 44. 27. 1. 16, 00, 30. 44 41. 4S, 69. HrNRV. RXTRA CLASS HO. 145?DKCF.M RER 7, 1S74. 87, 68, 6, 2, ID. 6?, 34, 1, 2.'. 65, :10. HKNRT, CLASS MO. 146? DKCKXBKR 7, 1874. 8, 81. 1, 45, 24, 85, 38, 7, 63, 14, 17, 30. 7A full information liv npplvlng to J. OLUTK, 200 Broad way, room d, ilrst floor, rear office, or I'osi office box 4,'.*>9, New York city. A -KENTUCKY STATE SINGLE N^JMBKR LOT ? ter.v, on Havatm plan. Kxtrnordiiiarv drawing December 26. Circulars or information furnished tiy J. CLU'i E, 200 Broadway or Post office box 4.MM, New York city. 4 -OFFICIAL DRAWINGS OF THE KENTUCKY JX? State and Shelby College Lotteries ? auRTL-car stats, extra class 297? nrczvRCR 7, 1874. 22. 39, 36. 62, 6, 73, IS, 15, 76, 23, 42, 33. SnkLIT, EXTRA CLASS 115?DKCFMStR 7, 1874. 31, 17. 38, 23, 52. :i9. 41. 3, M, 57. 33, 43. KEKTCCKV STATU, CLASS 298?Iir.CRMIIER 7. 1874. 40, 24, 21, 67, i7. 36, 73. 88, 13, 11. 2, 55. SHKLST, CLAS< I |(i?riKCk.MRKR 7. 1374. 68, 20, 69, 78. 62, .tti, 46, 32. 33. II, 28, 1A J. s. SMITH A CO., Managers, Covington, Ky. Post office box 2.781, New York. Henry a. damels. m. d.. 144 lkxington avb uue, near Twenty nintn street.?special attention to the dlseft.-.es of men and important medical and surgi cal cases. ? H A van A LOTTERY.?EXTRAORDINARY DRAWING, December 16. J. B. DIaZ, Just arrived from Ha vana, will furnish full particulars at lowest rat?m and Ipformation Ira*. Addrm box 4,434 Post offlce, N?w York SPECIAL NOTICES. p BEAT EXTRAORDINARY PINE ART HOLIDAY BALK. 1.im GIFTS. DRAWING POSITIVE. tsftj.000. grand holiday GOT1 DRAWIN0 at the Opera Houm, Paterson, ?. i~, 00 ktw Tear** Day. mo delay. Order quick. No girt lea then $68. Capital gift, $35,000. Tickets, $9 eaoh. Clrcnlara free. Don't wait BOARD ok TRUSTEES, William k. Lothrop (President Rldgowood Insurance Company), 14 Mroadwny, New York: J. C. Todd (preni dent Todd A Kafferty manufacturing Company, 1u Bar clay street, New York . William 11. cheppti .Insurance), 176 Broadway, New York: J. P. Preston (treasurer Mer chant' Loan and Trust Company), Paterson, N. J. t a A. Hopper (Treasurer ot the city). puterson, N. J.; David Henry (member of Assembly), paterfon N. J.: Dr. n. Daily, Franklin. N. J.; James uaborn (of Osborn A Co., merchant*!, Franklin, N. J. george A. RAYMOND. No. ijf Park placa. northwest corner Broadway, oppo site now Post Office, New York city, or Franklin, X. J. Havana lottery. Extraordinary Drawing, December 18, 1874. 2,097 Prizes amounting lo $1,300,000 1 Prize ot. mb.fk'o 1 Prize ot 11)0.000 1 Prize or 80.000 2 Prizes ol t2i.t)u0 eacn. 80.0)10 4 Prizes ot i 10,000 oach < 40 orto 12 Prizes of jf^noo cacil 60.000 1,076 Prises amounting to 400,009 Circulars <>t information tree, frizes cashed. J. ii. maktinkz A CO.. Hankers. 10 Wall street, rear base ment: Post office box 4.ri*a, Now i ork. Havana lottbry.-extraordinary draw. ina? German government Lotteries. Prizes cashed and information given. Post office dos 3,316. WACHo m ANN A CO., Hankers, 78and 77 Nassau street. Havana lottery, extraordinary, decem. ber 16; great reduction in price of tickets; send for circulars. k. 8onnbnbero, box 190 Post office. New Uaven, Conn. Havana lottery -extraordinary" draw lng. December 18; tlcketa at greatly reduced prices; circulars furnished. A. roiiliks jt CO., box 3.938 Post office. New York. Havana loitery.-ohand extraordinary drawing; great reduction in price. Prizes cashcd by B. ALEACE a CO., box 4,201 New York Post office. Kentucky state LOTTERY. Grand extraordinary Single Number Scheme FOR THE holidays (authorized by special Act ot tho Legislature), for the benefit 01 the University ol Padueah. $600,000 to m distributed among the holders of tickets. CAPITAL PRIZE, $100,000. The drawing to take place at Covington, ky? Saturday. December 20, 1374. No diseoont on Prizes, Every Prize paid in full. SIMMONS. DICKINSON A CO.. Manager*. Scheme. 1 Prize of *100,000 is. $100,000 1 Prlz? of 90.000 is. 8n,00j 1 Prize of 40.000 is 40,000 1 Prize of so.uoo is. ao,t*k) 1 Prize of 20,000 Is- 20,1)00 1 Prize of 10,(?0 is.- 10,000 10 Pria-s of ft,)00 arc m),0(H) '600 Prizes of 200 are 100,001 8,060 Approximation Prizes, amonutlng to 200.1)00 8,676 Prizes, amounting to $<3'0.0!!0 Whole Tickets, Halves. Quarters, lights, $20. $ia $6. $: 5). Remember that every Prize is drawn and payable in full, without deduction. These Drawings are never post poned, take place r< gularly the last Saturday of each month. Send lor circular. Address all orders to SIMMONS. DICKINSON * CO., Covington, Ky. L0ttbr1e&?JOSEPH BATES A CO. WILL SEND Circulars 01' information for all legalized lotteries tree ot charge, and cash prizes at the lowest rates; all orders promptly attended to. JOSEPH BATES A CO., 70 Cedar street, New York. Post office box 4,40i j^OTICE. To the heirs of Theobald Metzger, deceased. Whereas it appears that the government of Holland holds a large amount of money belonging to the above named heirs, therefore all persons claiming to be the iftwtul heirs of the above named Theobald Metzger will meet in their different counties or districts for the pur pose ot choosing a suitable person as delegate to repre sent them in a convention to be held at Cook's Hotel, Broad street, Newark, N. J., on Tuesday. December 29. 1874, nt 12 o'clock, for tho purpose of devising moans ot obtaining the above described money. Philadelphia and Western papers please copy. By order ol MICHAEL FOSTER, Chairman. Ciiari.es P. mktzgfr, secretary. Nervous debility and weakness brought on by Indiscretions, excesses, or overwork ot the brain and nervous system, treated by HENRY A. DANIELS, M. D., 144Lexington avenue, near Twenty ntntn street ' KOYAL HAVANA LOTTERY. Extraordinary Drawing, December 16. Clrcnlars of full information tree. Frizes cashed. Spanish Bank Bills, Governments, Ac., purchased. TAYLOR A CO., Bankers, No. 11 wull street. New York. gPECIAL DESPATCHES PROM WASHINGTON IN THE EVENING TELEORAm. THE metropolitan PRINTING ESTABLISH MENT. No 218 Broadway, are prepared to doever.v variety of Printing, Wood Engraving and Lithography at very low rates. (ci oaa fwin ?extraordinary DRAWING tpliauuiv/uut of the Royal Havana Lottery of Cuba, Dccemler 16. Circulars of Information sent tree. baTES A CO., 19t5 Broadway. SPORTING?DOt?S, BIKJOS, &C. A? FOR SALE, all kinds of fancy dogs. . Birds, Ac.; Medicines for all diseases: prepared Food lor mocking birds, at B. U. DOVEY'd, No. 3 Greene street near Canal. A?JUST RECEIVED FROM ENGLAND, ANOTHER , lot of Scotch and Skye Terriers, and all kinds of Singing Birds and Parrots," at L, M. Mb,VERS', No. 3 Amity street, near Broadway. THE TURK. DEERFOOT park.?TROTTING.?WEDNE8DAY, DE cembcr 9, ar: P. M , inatcb J.'OU,Smiles and repeat, 2 la 3, in harness. Wush Mvpe enters ch. g. Paul; Wm. Bennett enters b. p. Mystery. Same day, match fur $200, mile heats, best :i In 5 ' L. s. samrnis' b. g. Chieftain; Mr. Mc.Manus1 br. stal. Allick. Admission Si. WM. McMAUON, Proprietor. Trotting at Fleetwood park-on Tuesday, December H. 1874, at 1 o'clock P. M. lor the benefit or Stephen Dubois*?A purse ot $100, mile heats, best 3 in 6, with running mates; $73 to first $3 to second. Dan Maco enters b. in. Clara O. and mate. H. Waterson enters b. a. Boy and mate. J. Olcott enters g. g. Bolly Lewis ana mate. Same day. Mile beats, best 3 In 9, in harness or to wagon, for ? purse ot $30. lor horses that trot nearest 3 minutes. John Murphy enters s. g. Tip. John Rogers enters b. g. Charley Green. J. Kgleston enters b. g. You Know. Peter Manee enters dun g. Yellow Stone. L. Devoe enters s. g. Ice ("renin. A. G. Fuller enters r. g. Roanoke. Thomas Trimble enters p. m. Alice Gray. Admission, $1. W. H. VAN COTT, Superintendent HORSES, CARRIAGES, <*C. A?MAJOR CHAS. W. BARKER'S . O HEAT REGULAR HORSE AND CARRIAGE SALE TOMORROW, TOMORROW, AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK, PROMPT, AT BARKER & SON'S crrr auction mart and neu yore tatter. rai.ls, CORNER OF BKOAI'WAY AND 39TH STREET. catalogue IN TO-MORROW'S HERALD. ?TO THE DRIVING PUBLIC. A. We are now applying to side bar wagons a simple at tachment, winch produces A PKKKECTLY EASY, LKYBL RIDING WAGO^, entirely free from rattle or "creak." and <rivlng Increased strength and safety, with out addinir to the weight. With this improvement we sre also using (after a thor ough trial durlni: the past three years) the parallel or straight arm axle, running with greater precision and less triction than anv axle aver used lor speeding. Gentlemen Interested in driving matters are invitod to examine these improvements at our factory, Broadway and Forty-seventh street, or at our wareroorns, Klith avenue and Fourteenth street. BREWSTER 4 CO., ot Broome street A N ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF Sleighs, Albany and Portland styles, nt low prices. A. T. DKM ARhs'f a CO.. 6.8 Broad way. AT VAN TASSEL * KEARNEY'S, THIRTEENTH street, this day, nt 10?Black Horse, sound and Kind ; ntrald of nothing; stands without tying; suitable tor use of Indies nnd children, either In harness or under saddle ; a steady traveller; sold for want of use. Any onk wishing to dispose of his turn owt consistinc of a puir of earrings Horse*, side bar top wagou (Stivers, I'usonbury or Brewster), Portland Cutter, set Unlit double linrness, Ac., tor sale cheap for cash, address at once, stating price and particulars, box 3.9111 Post office. Aclarenci'-. equal to new, of the best make; another, used but a short time; Conpe. in first class order $900; six-seat sleieh, SIJ3; ten other second hand carriage*-.. 400 Third avenue. A oentlkman'S ROaD BOMS, 7 YEARS OLD, J\ l.v? hands, warranted sound and kind; Sleigh, Robes, Ac.; will be sold low for ca?h; also a bfsutltul top Pony Phaetou and Harness; at 33 East TweiMh street, private stable. A -ONE OK T1IK FINEST LANDAULETS IN THE ? city, made l>y Wood Bros.; hardly soilel; gentle man leaving the city. No. 3 West Ihirte'enth street A-WAOONS, BARGAINS; TOP Bl'UOY, BY . Stivers, with pole and shafts, SiSO; side bar light trotting Wagon, by Stivers, (90; bay family or business Horse, B100. Apply at No. til Seventh avenue, Thirtr eighth street HOUSES, CARRIAGES. ?C. A ? A-^KSE ?F N AN TASSKLI. A KFARNBY. X\. 110 A>U 1U h As r T ill K IE I.NTH STREET, NEAR FOURTH AVENUE. BEGULAR SALE OK HORSES AND CARRIAGE# fcVKRV TIESI AY AND PRIDAY. * Tw?nty-four to torty-eight hours given to purchasers to r, ^ _i ..t**t w?rramees Ilorses, Carnages. Harness. Blaukeu, Robes, Ae-, always on Hand at private sale. CATALOGUE OP Tills DaY'S (TUESDAY) 8ALB AT 11 O'CLOCK. FAMILY TURNOUT.?TEAM iiK BROWN HORSES, 16 hand* High, 7 and 8 vears old; kind ana true in all name#*; tree irora vice; very atTlinh driver*; lu ever respect a first class cnrriuirc team GOLDMOUMfcD HABNboS. N!? akly NEW, MADE by Irainor. Robes, H ankets 4c. ^uckawav, IN cood order. GENTLEMAN'S TURNOUT. BRIGHT HAY HAMBLE* toman Horse, l.i hand* high; <J vears old kind and true in a!l liarties* tree Irotn vice ; a tree ana gumey a?_ ?/<r*r: has great ennuraace and warranted sound. SET HARNESS, in GRAHAM. AND TUl' ROAD WAGON, IN i.OOD ORDER, BUILT BY Dusenhury A Van Du?er. team BIlOIV.N HOKSKs, 151,' HANDS HIG1I. 7 AND 3 years old: kind and true in nil name**; free trom vice- verv sivllsli drivers; tear nothing; a safe and RET H.iK> K^'''nB AK" V ANd' WMt ?f ^ TOP WAGON, Willi POLE A\6 &IIAKTS. tAY HOR.iB. HIRED BY sON OK LONG ISLAND Black Hawk: nam, an Eclipse mare; 15& hand* hign, 8 yearn old; Kind and true in all harness; tree Irora rice; a first class road horso; can trot close to 3 minute*; fear* nothing; a superior borne ___ |pr gentleman's road use, and warranted sound SET IlARNhS-, NEARLY NEW, AND TOP JVAGON. /N OOOD ORDER, BUILT BY DUSBK bury >t Nelson. BAY MARE. I5J, H ANDS HIGH, S YEARS OLD; OAS been lined in all harness, hut not well broken; ta a ___ *Sr2 promising ynnug mare and trots taut. COUPE. ROCKAW A V, IN GOOD IIIIDKK. BROWN HORSE, IAS, 11ANUS HIGH, 8 YEARS OLD: kind and .true In all harness; Itee irom vies; a good traveller; tree and pleasant driver ; an extra fine horse lor gentleman's road use. Also rat Harness and TOP ROAD WAGON, NEARLY NEW. SORREL PONY HOUSE, 14 HANDS HIGH. 8 YEARS old ; Rind and true in till harness. iree from flee ; a tree traveller; in every way sate and reliable, and a first clans pony for family driving. Also set Har ness and TOP l'ONY PHAETON, NEARLY NEW. BAY HORSE, ir>X HANDS HIGH. 7 YEARS OLD; kind and true in all harness, tree from vioe; a good traveller; tree and stylish driver; tear* nothing, and warranted so"1*. A|so ?et Harness and JUKI' IsEAT Wagon, IN GOOD ORDEIt. BLACK HORsE, 15>4 HAN OS HIGH, 8 YEARS OLD; kind and true in all harness and under saddle; tears nothing; sale for ladies and children; war ranted sound. Also set Harness and TOP WAGON, IN GOOD OKDER, BUlLI' BY GODWIN BAY TROTTING MARK, 15)? HANDS HIGH, 8 YEARS old; kind and true in all harness; free Irora vice; an extra fine road mare; has trotted In 2:90 and can trot in 3 minutes any day, and is warranted sound. Also set Harness and top road wagon, neakly new. SEVERAL OTHER HORSES, DESCRIPTION TIME OF sale. FIVE EINE PORTLAND CUTTERS. TOP AND NO TOP UOAD WAGONS. Harness, Robes, Blankets. Ac. SALE COMMENCES AT 11 O'CLOCK. ?IMPORTANT AND SPECIAL SALE. L. BY PUBLIC AUCTION, THIS DAY (TUBSDAY). OECEMBER8, AT lOJf O'CLOCK SHARP, A I STABLE NO. S NEILSON PLACE (MERCER STBEBT). BETWEEN WAVERLEY AND CLINTON PLACES AND ONE BLOCK WEST OF BROADWAY, OK ALL THE VALUALE AND PAmT HORSES, ELEGANT CARRIAGES, HARNESS, BLANKETS. KOBES, AC., 4r., OK ABRAHAM 14. VOORHIHS. ESQ.. WHO SlLLS ON ACCOUNT OK DECLINING HEALTH! AND IS ADVISED BY PHYSICIAN TO DO ABROAD! Including a last and bandsorae bright bay Mare, 15? hands high, 7 years old; was sired by Volunteer, dam a Star marc; was raised at Pinu Bush, orange county; she Is extra fine calted; has lull black mane and tall; Is very stylish; has same gait us Glooter; can beat 2;40 any day and .she is warranted sound and kind. Also a last and handsome sorrel Gelding. 15K bands hieh, 6years old: was sired by .Worrell, Jr., data a Ken tucky mare; he Is one ol the best and fastest road horses In the city; can pull a road wagon on road a 2:10 gait: Is stylish end handsome; when in harness a great pole horse; a * merior sleigh horse, and can go to track and show 2:36 or bctrer; In harness on day of sale, and he is warranted noun I and kind. Also last nnd bcaritiim Trotting Mam Lizzie, 15 hands nigh, 6years old: s.i-cd by Honest Allen, dam by St Luwrenco: she is full sister to Jennie A., who has record ot 22!\i on KIcrtwood track; Lizzie has a fine mane and tail; very stylish, shows verv tine breeding and is as fine a driver as was ever harnessed; she can go to track, and show 2 3.) on day of sale, and is war ranted sound and kind. ' Also a fine and fast Ray Gelding, isy hands high, 8 years old; he was sired bv General Knox, dam Thor oughbred; ho has never been trained to IDIlv develop Ills speed, but can now beat 2:40 handily, or no sale ; ha is a pleasing anu sensible driver, and warranted sound and kind. Also a fine bav Gelding, hands high, 7 years old: sired by Magna Charta. dam by Rysdyck's Hambleto nlan;he w as raised at Owego, N. Y., anu trotted a mile at that place ill 2:31 at five years old: trotted on Rochester Driving Park this last spring in 2:10 and 2:38, and then was matched to trot against Kdsen's horse Brown George at Eleetwood Park tor S1.Oik), and received lor tclt; he is warranted sound and kind. Also elegant and hiirh bred bay Horse, 16 hands high. 8 years old; was raised by R. A. Alexander, In Kentucky, and can boa' 2:50 to top wagon on track ; lie cannot bo nutsiyled when In harness; hn is a valuable horse lor family use. aa lie is atrad ol nothing, and warranted sound, kind and true and to beat 2:50 on dav ol sale. Also i<ne Rockaway. one Park Phaeton, two tot) Wag ons. one open Wagon, oi?o Portland sleigh, Dole and shafts; single and double Harness, Blankets, Robes, Rcas, Whips, Ac. ?-?ale positive, rain or shlno. Stock now on trial and exhibition. CHARLES C. DUFF, Auctioneer. Auction house ok arch. Johnston date Johnston A Van Tasseli), office VI Liberty street (Evening Post Building). the horse auction branch ok our house, 19 TO 25 THIRTEENTH STREET, NEAR UNIVERSITY PLACE. sales ok hoe- En and carriages are held EVERY TUESDAY AND KRIDAY. AT 10 O'CLOCK. 24 to 48 hours' trial oil horses warranted sound. PARTIAL CATALOGUE OK THIS DAY'S (TUES DAY) SALE, AT 10 O'CLOCK. ELEGANT BLACK SADDLE MARE, 15J? hands. 7 years: splendidly broken to every touch: has every g.iit known to saddle; very stylish and handsome : has been driven in single and double harness; wiirrintert sound. STYLISH BLACK COUPE HOUSE, 16 hands, 7 vears: kind In all harness; tree Irom vice; any one can dnve him: is In every way a reliable fam- I "2, ilv carriage horso : warranted sottnd. S ELBgaNT BROUGHAM, line order, by Brewster A Co. Uj BLACK MARE, 15J? hands, 7 years, kind in all har- ? ness, free Irom vice; has been used by physician | > for past year ; tine tree driver; every way re- I W liable; warranted ?>ond. I ?"* TOP DOCToji'S WAGON, Iti good order, by Rose. SOIIRKL MARE (with Koal), 15 hand} high. 9 years; kind lu uII harness; tree trora vice; good travel ler; sold for want of use. BLACK 11 AM BLETON IAN HORSE, 15^ hands. 6 years; kind In all Inrness: free from vice; trots easily in minutes; promises to to verv last; anyone can drive lilni; warranted sound. TOP SIDE UAH WagON, neurljr new, bv Vander graw. DARK ROAN PACING MARE, 15 har.ds. 9 years: kind in all harness; tree from vice; stands without tying; an excellent, reliable Horse tor ony u?c; warranted sound. SIDE HAR koaD Wagon, good order, by Dusen bury. BAY HOKSE, 15W hands, 8 years; kind In all har ness; free from vice; not afraid of anything; any one enn drive him ; an excellent family or business horse; warranted sound. DELIVERY Top WaGON, verv light, by S. Saul ELEGANT TEAM BLACK MARES, Hk hands, 6 and 7 years, kind in all harness; free from vice, good, tree drivers; notalruid of anything; any one can drive them; a good team lor any use; warranted sound. ELEGANT COUPE. RoCKAWAY. in good order, by J. R. Lawrence. DAPPLE GRAY HORSE, 15^ hands, 7 years: kind in all harness; Irec trom vice: an excellent road ster; good, Iree, last traveller: promises to b? very last; warranted to trot in three minutes; is every way reliable: warantcd sound. TWELVE OTHER HORSES, DESCRIPTION time of ?ale. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF EVERY KIND OK CARRIAGES, WAOONS, HARNESS BLANKETS, ROBES, AC., AT ARCH. JOHN STON'S MAR I, 19 TO 23 THIRTEENTH STREET, NEAR UNIVERSITY PLACE, THIS DAY SALE AT 10 O'CLOCK. A?FOR SALE. TEN HORSES, SUITABLE FOR . tannine, express and grocer's wagon: also grocer's Wagon nnd harness; to be sold cheap. 378 Bowery, In rear, in stable. A ?TWO BIO WORK HORSES: ALSO A BLACK . voung iint sound, suitable tor coal cart, truck, ex press or tarming; ?'*?: $70; $90; also cart, truck and wagon. 7 Bayard street. * OENTLF.M AN OFFERS AT HALF VALUE A SIDE JX bar top Wacron. set ol double and single Harness, one two seated sleigh, one top Wagon, (179. Its West Thirty-seventh street. A TEAM OF SPOTTED SHETLAND PONIES POR salo?Six years old; warranted sound and kind; free irom all vtce or trlcksv can lie ridden by small chil dren. Apply at stable' 161 F.ast Twcnty-i l.'lith street. AYnUNU TROTTINO horse For RALE?EXTRA stylish bay, hands; trenfle In single or double; warranted by owner, m. cats. ai finsi TMrtvtiith *t. A?OLA-S FRONT LANDAU, COUPS LANDAU . let", latest styles, selling this month at prices to suit the limes: several winter carriuiios ami sicigns taken In exchange. 11 A.M. lit Kast fourth street. A STYLISH SIDK BAR TOP WAOON, OOOD AS new no use lor It; will sell cheap. Apply to owner, pfflca 118 Varlck street, bUtBHDl, QAPOAIMS. -CARRIAGES A\l> HJIOIIi COUPES, 2) Landaulets, lour and six seated Kockbwuvs, new second hand: slx-seatcd ?nd?i'ony sleighs, Cutters and Portlands. .1. COiA'ER >t Co., No. 7 Washington place, opposite 714 Broadway. oarh For. iioksks?uooi) stables; bkst oi' care and Attention. William r. cari'kntkk, Ked Spring. Oien Cove. L. I. . reference* .lames I). Mo Mann. Long Island City; John Lovett, luo West Forty third street. CCARRIAGES.?R. M. STIVERS HAS A LARGE STOCK ) ol llrst class Top Wngons, ltoad Wagons. I'haelons, Roe It a ways, tkeletons and >ulkin.s. Parties wishing to purchase wtll do well to examine his assortment before Purchasing. Also larue ynrietv of second haml Wagons, 'h.tetons. lour snd fix-seat Kockaways, clarences, ,tc. Prices to suit the limes. 142 to 1!H East Thirty lirst at. FtOR SALE?20 LflW.pRICKD HOUSES. SUITABLE lor citv or country work ; also one Depot Wagon. Apply at ltd Va rick -.ircet. Fvm SALE?a BaV MARE; splendid ANIMAL; (i years old; Inst, sound and kind; also a family Hor?c nnd Coupe Itockaway. Inquire ol S. R. PINCK NEY, 49 Warren street TpOR BALE?H O RSIC, WAOON AND HARNKSflL r suitable lor ??nd?r or express, cheap. T? M (MB M 70 Warrsn itrsst, trom 11 Ml to-day. HORIK8, CAJmi AQ16B. ?C, Elegant coupe rockaway, by dayVbons. ELEGANT brougham, bv Brewster A Co. ELEGANT KAMII.Y COACH, uy Brewster A C<x TOP UOAD W AGON, by Wood Bros. TOP DELIVERY WAGON, bv S. r-aul, COUPE, morocco lined, nearly new. by Miner A XHv?m ELEGANT TEAM BLACK MARES. 18* bands, T 'T*DaPPLE GRAY ROADSTER, M bands, T years; warranted to trot In S minute*. iWKNTY OTHER HuR.-Es, for any and every ?'e' *' ARCH. JOHNSTON'S MART. 19 TO 24 THIRTEENTH STKEET, THIS D.\Y, at 10 o'clock. See catalogue above. FOR SALE?HANDSOME BREWSTER A CO.'8 CLOSE Carriage. panelled sides has only been run three months; in first class condition; can be bought for lesa th in half origiual coat Inquire at 39 Broad street, rootn 36. For sale-at a bakoain, for wa^t ok use. black Horse. 16 hands. 7 years old ; kind and gentle. Apply at 481 Filth aveuue. Price #101). For sale?two hordes, tooether ok sep arntely; both warranted sound and Kind In all har ness. Auply, from 8 a. M. to 1 P. *1., at office northwest corner ot Twenty seventh street ami Madison avenue, i For sale-at a low price, a coupb, in OOOD order, trimmed with goatskin. A. S. KLANDRAU, bulldlugs lately occupied by Brewster A Co., corner of Broome and Mott streets. For sale, cheap-a handsome pair of carriage Horses; powerful, stylish and fast travel lers; 8 years old, 19ii hands; warranted in every re sp?ct Adores* R. If. C. HOFFMAN. Herald Uptown Branch office. HARNESS.?THE CHEAPEST HARNESS STORE IN New York; a good buggy Harness hand made. $17; a good grocer's Harness. $25; a good milkman's Harness, tSU; a good double truck harness, $30: a good stable lanket. $1 SO; waterproof Blankets, strapped and tin strapped. Please cull and examine for yourselves _ KISHER k OSBORNE, 71 Barclay street. Ni w York._ Horses boarded for the winter anp best of care. Inquire of J. CASSIDY k CO., U0 Pavo Dll avenue, Jersey City. , Important -patent safety guard, for oar riages. Phaetons. Ac. No danger of being tnrown out or injured It the wheel or axle breaKs; will negoti ate with responsible carriage manufacturers. THOS. JOYCE. Nos. 7 and 9 Henry street, M. T. Piano IN KXCHANOE FUR MORSE AND WAGON Pianos to rent or sold on Instalments. Call at 219 bast Twenty-third street, near Third avonne. RECEIVER'S SALE OF HORSES. BENJ. P. FAIRCHILD, Auctioneer, will sell at Suollc auction on Tuesday, I'ecember 8, at 10 A. M., at os. SI and 33 North Moore stroet, a large Truck Horses, 1 large gray Horse, 1 large black Horse, 3 large bay Horses, from the Tirol! Brewing Company. These horses are suitable for extra hcavv trucking, Ao. By order of MORGAN A. DAYTON, Jr., Receiver. SPEED, 8TYLE AND BEAUTY.?FOR SALE, A horse. 8 years, 15>? hands: trots In 2:50: warranted sound and kind; single or double. 331 East Thirty flttn street STYLE A SPEED FOR SALE?A BROWN MARE. 7 years, hands high; trots in 3:50, single or double; warranted perfect Apply at stable, 86 First street Sleighs, sleighs, sleighs" ??? SOI Sleighs of all styles; Six Heaters. Pony's, Shift ing SeaU, Turn Seat. Portlands, Swells, Trotting, trimmed and untrlmmod; Portlands, the largest stock in the city. WM. 11. GltAY, 20 and 22 Wooster street SLEIGHS, SLEIGH BULLS, CARRIAGES, HAR nesa, erery description, new and second hand; popular prices: Coupe, Coupe Rockaway. six-seat Hock away. several Bujgles, Do* Cart Victoria: bargains. manufacturers' UNION, No. t>3l Broadway. T- HE BEST PLACE IN THE CITY TO HAVE YOUR Printing done Is at the METROPOLITAN PRINT ING EsTABLI.SHMKNT, 218 Broadway, because, witn the extensive facilities the office possesses, work, la done there at the lowest rates and with great promptness. The finest"pair of truck houses in new York, witn Truck and Harness, for sale cheap as the owner has no further use for them. Apply to GEORGE REAY, 77 John street. T"W0~FINE*HORSES?DAPPLE ORAY AND BROWN, I8)i bands high. 6 years old: warranted sound and kind. No, 3 West Thirteenth street. ANTED~TO pcrchase-FOR CASIL A LANDAC let, suitable for one horse; a great bargain is wanted. Address (Immediately) LANDAULET, box 178 Herald office. WANTED.?A OOOD SET OF LIGHT, SECOND-HAND Bob Runners. Address, stating lowest cash price, Box 723, Stamford, Conn. WANTED?A LIGHT curtain COACH OR CO0PE Rockaway, carrying four inside, in exchango for a Hamblctnnlan Mare, 15.3, direct from Rysdick's norse. Address sinclair, llercld Uptown Branch office. -I FINE SIX SEAT COP P F.~ HOC KAWAY, BY A Adams: 1 line Coupe, Pole and Shafts; I light Coach, 1 \ Clarence. Coupe Rockawavs, 20 top and open Road Wagons, of all styles, by Broome street Brewster. Duse.n Iturv. Stivers, Ac.; top and open Pony Phaetons. I Hoc tor's l'haeton. 100 Carriages of all stvlcs. Harness, Blan kets, Robes, Ac. WILLIAM 11. GltAY. Wooster street $C ?CLIPPING; AMERICAN UORSE CLIPPING Machines are now In operation corner Iwontv fourth street and Lexington avenue; horses clipped in the best possible manner. J. E. Laws. ? HOKSES KEPT ON LIVERY AT $25 PER JJmonth: well ventilated stable, best of care and feed; none but experienced hands employed. No. 8 East Houston street, near Broadway. (fc-1 rri EACH.?TWO NEW TOP EXPRESS WAGONS; ?plOU also two no tops, $125 each: beautiful top Bug<?v$l50; Portlan.1 Cutter (45; also seven tine wolf, bear and fox Robes, cheap. 124 West Nineteenth street. DRY GOO us. AAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAA AAAAA A AAA A AAA A At R. H. MACY A CO.'S there will be a grand A A display ot Holiday (foods ALL THIS WfcEK. A A Grand illumination EVERY EVENING, outside A a and in. A A , A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA jgBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB B Be aar? and go to R. H. MACT A Cu.'S H H Holiday Display, outside and In, ALL THIS it B WEEK. Grand illumination EVERY EVENING. B B B BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB C>CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCOCOCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC J C 0 Christmas Goods on exhibition at C 0 R. H. MACY A CO.'S ALL, THIS WEEK. C 0 Grand illumination-EVERY EVENING. O o o CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCOOCCCCCCOCO J-^DDDDDDDDDDDDDDD D DDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD I) Don't (all to go to R. H. MACY k CO.'S Orand Ex- D D V I) hlbltlon ol Holiday GocJs ALL TBI3 WEEK. 1) D D D Grand Illumination every evening, I) D I) DDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD DDI) DDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD Magnificent camels' hair shawl fok sale.-Cost $1,503; will sell for $MU0. Address INDIA, box 123 Herald Uptown Branch otllce. MILLINERY AMD PRKS81HAK1HIQ. M~ MeHlEROUX. PARISIAN DRESSMAKER, BEOS to inform that her establishment Is now at 697 Hev enih avenue, between Korty-sevcnth and Forty-eighth streets; Mme. Leroux. who wss torewoman In first class houses In Pans, and dressmaker to the Court, of St. Petersburg, can undertake the mo<t stylish Prome nade and Evening Costumes at very moderate prices. HOLIDAY PRESENTS. ttttttttt T T T T T T T T oooooo o o O O o O O O O O O 0 O O oooooo T Y T T T T Y Y YY T Y Y Y BSS8SSS S 8 S S r 88S8SSS 9 8 n s 8SPSSRS NEW TOYS, NEW DOLLS, IfEW GAMES. ? SANTA CLADS' HEADQ0ARTER8. NOW OPEN. GRAND CHRISTMAS EXHIBITION T0T8? DOLLS, GAMES AMD FANCY ARTICLES, comprising the very ^ a test sonIH? In Purchasing for cash, personally, In the Euronesn markets, and ordering large quantities for lour stores, 1 am enabled to oiler GREAT INDUCEMENTS In regard to prices and special novelties. A" EARLY CALL Is respectfully solicited, to take the flret choice, store open until 10 I*. M. daring December. F. A. O. 8CHWARI, 765 Broadway, near Ninth street, New York. r7?5 Hroadwav, New York. 1 1,1)06 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. "? | 211 West Balumore street, Baltimore. 125:1 Washlnctou street Boston. Bargains for THE holihays.-a kink assort ment of Diamonds, Watches Gold and Coral Jew. eirv. solid >llverware, Ac. ; old Gold and silver bought LIN Dm BROS, I .Air Broadway, opposite Gtlsey House. WXRM, LldlOllS, At". tlTE BEGIN WITH the END OF NOVEMBER OF *T the present year the shipments ol onr export lleer. The same is prepared exr.ltmveiv from hops and malt, no otlier ingredient* belnu used for Its fabrication. It is Itrong and ot an agreeable taste, and a peculiar process allows It to endure the greatest heat, to l?e shipped to all foreign countries and to cross the ocean without losing anv of lis qualities or changing its light, lustrous color It is shipped in boxes, containliitf 12, 25 and 50 bottles. Agent* wanted. ritBIHBRRL YON BOUTTEVILLE'S Export IrVWOTT (H Mu?. Mering, near Augsburg, Bavaria. CITT REAL ESTATE KOR 9AXE. Control. A?FIFTH AVENUE, NO*. 4, 42. ?W, 814, ?7i, 71* 7? ? and 959, on Central Park, with stable; some M> elded bargains. V. K. STEVENSON. Jr , 11 Pine street or 31 East Seventeenth street. Map*. descriptive pamphlets op property. Circulars, t atalogues, and every kind of Prlndnf adapted to real estate dealers promptly, carefully ana cheaply done at tne METROPOLITAN PRINTING ES TABLISHMENT. In the Herald Building. VUX SELL VKRV I.OW, ? FOOT BOOK M J? room'", Fourth avenue, near Twentieth street, or three Houses adloining. at low tlgtire. on same avenue. HOlWt8 BROTHERS, <? I ast Twenty-third street. YOU WILL ORT A handsome CHRISTMAS PRES. ent by purchasing an elegant tour story brown stone cabinet trimmed House on Slxtv-flrst street, near Madison avenue , the owner, living out of town, 1* will ins to accept a very low offer. MARTIN DUNN, KB Broadway. haul Mils. For sale-lot, zsxioo, on seventy-first street, near avenue a . terms in suit the purchaser. For particulars apply to JOHN HENDERSON, 18 Court street, Brooklyn. LEO A NT Til RKK STORY AND BASEMENT BROWN 'J siono Houses, in c.l-olce locations, at prices u> suit the tun a Apply to SOUIER'S, l,33oThird avenue, be tween Seventy-slxtii and Seventy-seventh streets. West Side. A handsome THREE STORY HIOH STOOP RBSI dence, 22xflf>xl00. on north side of Twenty fifth street, between >eventh and Eighth avenues, in p?rfect order, can be bought lor $I5,00<>; terms to suit purchaser. J. tx CLINTON, 40 East t-.tghteenlh street FOR sale?TWO KOITR STORY FIRST class brown stone Dwellings, $19,0110 each; and threo Stores and Dwellings on t-.ighth avenue, leasehold, $'i.M?, noar Central l'ark. WM. BEDELL, builder and owuer. Eighth avenue. PLANS AND descriptions OF PROPERTY. bills, circulars and every kind of Printing turnislied al the METkOPOLITAN PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT 2lrt Broadway. &Q IWWHINLY $3,500 cash, a three story ?pi/.UUlJ and basement orick House and Lot. o? West Twenty-ninth street, with 20 rooms, marble man tels, Ac., and well rented. PHALON A SLOAN, SI East Seventeenth street. BROOKLYN PROPERTY FOR SAXJB AND TO LET. JJERALD BRANCH OFFICE. BROOKLYN. advertisements FOR THE NEW york HERALD RECEIVED AT OUR BRANCH OFFICE, IN THE long ISLAND SAVINGS bank BUILDlSG, CORNER OF FULTON AV. AND BOERUM ST. OFFICE open from S A. M. TILL ? P. M. ON SUNDAY. from S TILL 9 P. M CARRIERS' AND AOENTS' DEPARTMENT, NO. 7 FRONT STREET. BROOKLYN. ABARGAIN.-THREE STORY BRICK HOUSE AND Lot, 14 Eldert street, Brooklyn; $1,500 cash r*. quired; balance mortgage three years. Apply to chaRLES H. SHITH'S SONS, Attorneys, 318 Broadway. New York. FOR SALE-TWO LARGE FACTORIES, AT HALF their value; possession immediately; strong, heavy buildings; good light; near the river; a great bargain. REYNOLDS, I3.J Ninth street Williamsburg. WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SAJ..E AND TO^ RENT. YONKERS.?I HAVE SEVERAL unfurnished and ftirnished Houses to rent at very low flgnres; also a splendid Residence for sale at a bargain. Address YOU MANS, Agent, at Yonkers. PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO RENT. A FULLY FURNISH ED AND MOST ELEGANT Residence on Staten Island; all modern Improve ments; 7 acres; beautiiully improved; porter's lodge, Ac.; cost over $50,000; furniture (rosewood) cost over $10,000; for S24,000; terms to suit. DaRRIN, SO Broad at. A beautiful LARGE COTTAGE?10 ROOMS; ranee, heater, gas. dumb waiter; perfect repair; six Lots on corner; llncly shaded; view of Bay; coeey place: few minutes from ferry; Staten island; ttaoot cost, over $9,0,W. DARRIN, 50 Broad street. A l'ARK OF 10 ACRES-ELEGANT HOUSE AND outbuildings; all modern improvements; the finest water and landscape view on staten Island; S17.S00; cost over $30,000; call and examine: miles trom landing. DARRIN. 50 Broad street. A GOOD FARM, 92 ACRES, SOMERSET COUNTY. New Jersey; in a tine state ot cultivation; plenty of fruits; very cheap at $ti,000: also a splendid Farm on the banks of the Itaritan Klver. three miles above New Brunswick; 100 acres; 10 acres wood lun4; 20 acres meadow; One house; plenty ot outbuildings; well watered; good Irutt; cheap as dirt; $1\00U. Call, be tween 11 and 3 o'clock, at No. 194 ltroajway, room 10. VOUKHKi.S A STRYKEN. A SPLENDID FARM OF 100 ACRES, MAGNIFICENT Hesldcnce and outbuildings, near Plainfleld, N. J., only $2U,0(0; beautiful Farm ol 69 acres near Passaic. N. J., elegant stone Residence, mill stream arid trout brook, only $18 000, free and clear, to trade tor improved Real estate. JOHN M. UIBSON, 81 Montgomery street, Jersey City. A magnificent MANSION, AC.. WITH 13 ACRES of land. In the limits of a cit.v, about 200 miles from Now York. worth $:,5J.otXi. free iroin all* encumbrances, to exchange for improved or uulinnroved New York, Jersey Uty or Brooklyn Property that is not heavily mortgaged. WILLIAM TUCKER, 23) Fifth avenue. ECONOtt?HOME?MONEY.-I WISH TO SELL three small French roof (louses In Flushing, 12 rooms; gas, water, sewer; Ioi37(ixl0<l; four blocks trom Bridge.street depot: price $3,500 to $5,000: very easy rments: Ave per cent otl lor all cash paid. Address W. LEAVITT, Flushing, or No. 7 Burling slip. New York. ENGLEWOOD, PALISADE, MOUNTAIN IIOUS8, Park Lots, one-half to I acre. Palisade front; also Houses lor sale, bargains: flue Place of IX acres to ex change for city House; also lino Place for New York or Brooklyn Tenement House. KELLY BROTHERS, 1S9 Broadway. Farm at north point?to acres, nice nousE. barn, plenty Irult. to exchange tor a stock of Mer chandise or a country or city Store. LEWIS, 207 Front street, New York. Ionn ACRES ok timbre land for sale? ?OX/U For cash, covered wltn pine. spruce, hem lock, ash, beach, birch, maple, black cherrv unit tanur ick, first growth. very heavy: there are no swamps or mountains, and has never been Invaded bv the wood man or tires: it Is lu two tracts, cacli situated on a beau tiful Ink1! on the lino of the Raqiietto Kiver, in northwest corner of townsnin No. 22, and northwest corner of township No. 27, Franklin county, New York. Address W., box 102 Herald otllce. cn HOA ACRES HEAVY TIMBER LAND. Ull UU.UUU derlald with coal, in West Virginia; title perfect: taxes paid; no encumbrance; might exchange lor good city Property. A. WY.Man, 420 Library street, Philadelphia. REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE. A GOOD PAYING TENEMENT PROPERTY ON Thirtj.nlnth street to exchange for city or Harlea property or low. 1. OLIVER CARTER, 39 Nassau street, room 1L WELL RENTED (MODERATELY ENCUMBERED' four Ktory Dwelling Douse is offered for smaller House, salable Merchandise or Lots, paying cash if ne cessary. owner, 31 .Nassau street, room 55. A FOR EXCHANGE?ELEGANT RESIDENCES AT Bergen I'oint, Bayonne, Elizabeth.. Rutherford Park ami Passaic, N. J., and tree and clear Lots, tor New York aud Brooklyn Houses. Address EXCHANGE, box 227 Herald office. FOR SALE-CHEAP, OR EXCHANGE FOR LOW priced Property near this city, 100 acres of Lend In Illinois, Stark county, near a railroad. MARTIN DUNN, 202 Broadway. SALE OR EXCHANGE?FOR CITY PROPERTY, AN elegant Residence, modern improvements, at Ridge wood, on the Erie Hallway, one hoar from the city, near depot, with lour acres lieautifui ground, stable, Ac. .H?HN SIEGKL, 79 Cedar street WE SELL AND EXCHANGE REAL. ESTATE.?NO charge whatever unless a sale or exchange Is eft ftcted through us. C. C. Wayland a aYmaR, 163 Kultou street. New York. WANTED-IN EXCHANGE FOR THREE CITT Dwelling*, ligntly mortgaged equity; S30.000; ? first class Farm, not heavily encumbered. WILLIAM TUCKER. 2111 Fifth avnne. 2riVE STORY HOUSES ON SUFFOLK STREET, rented for S&.I00, to exchange lor private or tene ment houses; will exchange one or both. T. OLIVER CARTER, 39 Nassau street, room 1L NEWSPAPER READING ROOMS. 'N' 22 UNION SQUARE. ADVERTISING TABLETS OVER THE " OREAT NEWSPAPER FILE MAY NOW BE ENGAGED FOR 1875. THERF. TABLETS ARE OF OLASS, and will he lettered ornamentally to suit the wishes ot our pairons. Price per year $2.% including lettering and space. MARBLE MANTELS. At greatly reduced prices, Aii extensive stock of Slate aud Marble Mantels, Wash Trays and Slate Work of every description. _ PEN Kit YN KLATK COMPANY. Union square. Fourth avenue aud .Seventeenth si. N. Y. AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICKS-AN EXTENSIVE stock ot Marble and Marblelsed Mantels and all other marble work; Marble Turning lor the trade. A. KLABER. 1.M East Eighteenth street, near I'hird If. AORF.AT REDUCTION IN PRICKS OF MARBLE and marblened Mantels; *11 kinds of 11 Monuments, Headstones. .Sl?b< for Dlumlwrs and cabinet makers now offered at & *LA Marble Works, No. *17 to ?2S West Flfly-flrst street, aaas Broadway.