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THE NEW YORK HERALD.
WHOLE NO. 13,988. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1874.-TRIPLE SHEET. PRICE FOUR CENTS.
DIRECTOR! FOR ADVERTISERS.
4MUHKMENT3?Second Paub?Kourth, fifth tad sixth
AST R^W-Tw nurru Page?Second column.
BILLIAKUS?Ninth Page?Sixth column.
BOARDERS WANTED?Twelsth Pi(.*-Thlrd and
lourih column*. _ ??? _
BOARL AND LODOINO WANTED?Tvxuru Pace?
Fourth column. ?
BROOKLYN BOARD-Iwelttii Pa?b-Fourth column.
BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE? First Pagb?
Filth column. ? ..
BUSINESS NOTICES?Bevbnth Page?Fifth and Sixth
BUsfiliSp*OPPORTUNITIES?Eights Page.
OiOAK> ANL? TOHACOO?8eco*i. Pack? Fourth column.
CITY REAL ESTATE FOR SALE-First PAci-F?fta
column.
OLERK.> aND SALESMEN?Elktknth Pagb?Sixth col
umn. a*d Twelfth Page?First column.
CtiOTHlNO?Ninth Page?Sixth column
COACHMEN AND | OARDENERS? Twelfth Pass?
Firsi colnniu.
COAL AND WOOD?Second Page? Fourth column.
OOAMTWI8E STEAMSHIPS?Twblftb PaOM?sixth OOl
amn.
COUNTRY HOARD?Twelfth Paoe? Fifth column.
K????.i?wC'^DE,11?S?fi'*TH Sixth column.
DENTISTRY ? Ninth Page? -Ixth column.
DRY GOODS?First Page?Fourth column.
DWELLING HOUSES TO LET, FURNISHED AND US
PURMSHED-.srcond Pagb? Flr?t iolumn.
EUROPEAN SI E AMSH1PS?TtBUTH Paoe?Fifth MM
sixth column*.
EXCHANGE?Nlmtb Pace?Sixth column.
EXCURSIONS?'Twelfth Pack?Sixth column.
FINaNCIAL?Eiobth Page.
FINK ARTS?Fihit Pagb?Fourth column.
FOR SaLK?Twelfth Pagb?-ocond column.
FURNI SHED ROOM - AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
Second Pagb?First and second columns.
FCBNITUBF.?First Pack?Sixth column.
HELP WaNTED?FEMALES?Eleventh Page?Fifth
and sixth columns.
HELP WANTED?MaLBS?Twelfth Pace? First oou
amu.
HORSES. CARRIAGES, AC.?Fiust Pass?Third and
fourth columns.
HOTELS?Twelfth Page?Fourth and fifth columns.
HOUSES, ROOMS. AC., WANTED-Fibbt Pas?-Pifth
column.
INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION COMPANY?Fib*? PaOB?
Sixth column.
INSTRUCTION ?First Pack?Sixth co umn.
LBCTl'Rh SEASON?Second Paue?Fourth colamn.
LOAN OKKICES?NiNTn Paci?Sixth column.
LOST AND FOUND?First Pagb?First and second col
umns.
MACHINERY?Twelfth Page?Second column.
MARBLE Ma.nIELs? Ninth Page?Sixth column.
MEDICAL?TwitLmi Page?Second column.
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS?Tenth Paob?
Sixth column.
MISCELLANEOUS?Ninth Page?Filth column.
MUSIC.\L?second Pace?Fonrth column.
NEW PUBLICATIONS?Seventh Pagb?sixth column.
NEWSPAPER READING ROOMS?Firot P*s?-Slxtt
column.
PERSONAL?First Page? First column
PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, AC.?Second Pxcb?Fourth
column.
pbofeshional situationb;wanted? females?
Eleventh Page?Fifth column.
PBOPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FoRSALEORTO RENT
?First Pace?Fifth column.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE?First Page-Filth
column
RBAL BStaTE WANTED?First Page?Fifth column.
REWARDS?First Pagb?Second column.
BALES AT AUCTION?second Page?Second and third
columns.
SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES?Eleventh Page?
First, second, third, lourth and fifth columns.
SITUATIONS WANTED?MALES? Eltbntk Paajs?Sixth
colamn.
SPECIAL NOTICES?PtRiT Page?Second and third col*
umns.
SPORTING?DOGS, BIRDS, AC.-First Pace?Third
column.
TUB TRADES? Twelfth Page?First and seoond ?ol*
omhs.
THE IUKF?First Page?Third column.
TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES?Second Pace?
First column.
TRAVELLERS' GUIDE?Twelfth Pagb?Sixth column.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
Second Page?Second column.
WANTED TO PURCHASE?Ninth Paoe?Sixth column.
WATCHES, JEWELRY, AC.?First Paoe?Firth column,
WINES. LIQUORS, AC.?Ninth Pagb?'Ixth colamn.
WINTER BESuRTb?Twelfth Pagb? Filth column.
BEmfKTT BUHiDIB?G.
gENNETT BUILDING.
DIRECTOR*.
Rooms BASEMENT.
1?Lawrence A Co., Bankers.
3?The "Republic" Newspaper.
8? H. D. Dumont. Stationer.
G. W. Smith, Law books.
4?M, Lynch, Wines.
i^A. B. Davenport Hatter.
6?Baum A Friedman, Tailors.
SECOND STORE
I? -VlcMahon A Morse Lawyers.
*?W. U. O'Dwyer, Lawyer
A. BucklDKham, Lawver.
C. T. Pinckney, Lawyer,
C. J. Oulteau. Lawyer.
5?Cr.mpbell A Palmer, Lawyers.
Jj Meade A Rockwell. Lawyers.
<$?1North western Life Insurance Compear
L a. Benedict, Agent.
?J! I Chamber of Lite Insurance.
Jj f Charlton T. Lewis, secrotary.
12?McCarthy A Chalmers, Lawyers.
U?Cook A Nassau, Lawyers.
H. B. Ferguson, uiwyor.
14?M. W. Weld. Lawver.
international Collection Assoc!?.tioi.
THIRD HTOilY.
1 (Judge Sutherland.
2 f F. 11. Scott, Lawyer.
B? Fettritcti A Cardwell, Lawyers.
J. S. Hanson, Lawyer. _
6?. heridan, Bonytige. Cochran and Me?ma, Btea ?
graphers.
0? EUshu Uioouier, Real 1.state.
O. H. i ook, i.eiil Estate.
7? Brlggs A Fellows. Lawyers.
J. U. Aitken. Lawyer.
8?W. C. 'Irs phage n. i awyer.
C. Matthews. Lawyer.
W. H. Kvsn, Lawyer.
E. T. Gsirdener. Lawyer.
L. O. Wilson. Lawyer.
W. Durack, Lawyer. __
10?Wilkinson A Peters. Trustee* of Estat? ef WfMa.
jl I Harrison A Strong. Lawyers.
A K. Woodruff, Lawyer,
to?W. B. BerslioU, civil Engineer.
Pelham and Portchester Railroad Company.
FOURTH STORY.
1?Thornton &?arle. Lawyers.
21 Edvar Ketchum, Register in Bankraptor.
St Edgar Ketchuui. Jr., Lawver.
4t Henrv Wehle. Lawyer.
5f S. Sultan. Lawyer
C. Goldzter, Lawyer.
M. F. Eller, Lawyer.
C. A. Lane, Lawyer. '
B. Fuehrer. Lawyer.
6?A. 11. .UttCK.
L. H. Crail. ?
Menet A Co.
7?Hasklns A Crook. Lawyers
M. i.utzel, Lawyer.
G. H. Badenu, Lawyer.
8?Crsrv, Wpller A ctienck. Lawyer*.
T. O'Brien, Lawyer.
9?C. M. Williams, Lawyer.
11?C. U. Glover Lawyer.
I Lockwood A Crosby, Lawyers.
IS. bohler, Lawyer.
FIFTH STORY.
1?L. skldmore. Lawyer.
2?.-tuvvesaut Bank Receiver.
S, Wakeni-in A Letting, Lawyer*.
4ST. b. Wakeman. Lawyer.
a) P. s. Winchester, Lawyer.
b?John D. Ciute.
7?Fitch A Fitch. Lawyer*.
G. FuUer. Lawyer.
S?Hascall A stetson. Lawyers
h. G. Stedman, Lawyer.
9?Soci ty for Reiormatlon of Juvenile Delinquents.
10?s. H. Steele, Lawyer.
W. H. King. Lawver.
J. A. Lydecker, Reel Estate.
C. E. Lydecker, Real Estate.
11?J. P. A J. A. Heed. Lawyers.
12?Byrne, Everett A Co.. Lawyer*.
|^| Walsh, Halbertend t ekerson. Lawyers.
SIXTH STOAT.
1?John Townehend. Lawyer.
A. Nicholson.
S?Henderson Benedict, Lawyer.
R. Logan, scotch Granite, Ac.
B-O. Vi Carpenter. Lawyer.
41 Otis T. Hail. Lawyer. *
? )G. P Webster, Lawyer.
D. R. Lyddy, Lawyer
Jeiierwn Clark. Lawyer.
8(John L. KnlghL
7) Janitor.
81 Hodges A Meexer. Lawyers.
S(R 8. Burr. Law\er.
John Crompioa. Accountant.
Smith A De?n, c ltj Mirve\o.-A
101o. W. Van stclen. Lawyer.
11 )T. H. Baldwin, Lawver.
IsfCharlesD. Barrow. Lawver.
1S< Henry a. Glldersleeve, Lawyer
1410. R Carrlngton, Lswyer.
U. W. Toniokina, Lawyer.
T. H. Milner. Lawyei.
Two paMenger elevators running all (Be time.
u?1
Bf!
PERSONAL.
A
LL BIO HT.
ArrUCTED MOTHER.?UNLESS SOM ETHIN'O IS
4on? bv the 15th of thu mouth prompt and Jeciaive
?eaauret will be uUd.
ALL OF U.? no W SUMMKK"?ONLY LIT KB
Know you are well and will return, tor the
?f oar little two. in great dUtreu. waUBaJEEB.
D
KTECTIVE 44, JANUARY SO, 1874?CAN CALL.
TOHN H. FINCK. ?INFORMATION WANTED (ON AC
J count of k death In the :atnllv) u to the above, who
left New York about ilx yean ago; realiled at 8u0
lileventh avenue. Any imormation will be thankiully
received by James S\ ROGERS. Attorney-at-lAW, No.
? New Chamber* creet.
PERSONS Having legal CLAIMS aOaINST thb
eaute of A. Yeatman Zaohoa. deceaied, may preaenl
them lor adjuattneut to P. J. ?CH.MtDKR. 346 Broad
way.
PARKER UOCdE.?CALL AT STATION 0 FOR LEI
ter. L. B.
IOX reward-for a ban drowned at pier
iff&O tu North River; had on ions oil ioat and rubber
boot*; waa drowned November 23. The above reward
will sepald for bis identlQcauon by PARKER A OBB
MEL, .60 Weat itreet. New York.
LOtT A.\ D ruCND,
AVALCABLE B.NO. LOST OCRI.VO ~MaY~LAST.
will bo returned to the owner, it property Jeacribed
aoJ advertulng e.tpeneea paid. For addreai apply to
the bookkeeper at the Herald offlo* for one week.
A -LOST. O* BKOADWAV, IKTffKBN HBRRTY
LOST A..NO POl SfD.
I^GOND-A SUM OP MONEY. WHICH THB OWNER
" cau have by describing the low. or otherwise satis
fvtni the fluder that the amount was his. Address
Robinson, Herald office.
IK THE PKRHON WHO TOOK 1HE COAT fftOM I HE
ball of W Charles street on Monday evening will re
turn Uie paper* m '.be pocket* lie will bo rewarded, aud
no 'juoMb/iu asked.
LOST?IN A FIFTH AYENUK STAOE 1 O'CLOCK
P. M.. Monday, a lady's ills Umbrella. Will 'lie
gentleman remaining In the stage wlmu two ladles left
please return It to K. *H EKMAN. 116 Wall itreetr
L 0*1-BANK BOOK NO. 18 028. ISSUED Br THE
Manhattan .Saving* Institution, and payment of '.he
same has been stupueu. ! he tinder will oblige the
owner bv retarnlng the same to tbe bunk, 644 Broadway,
corner Bleecner street.
LOST-A MINK MUFF. BETWEEN DR. CROSBY'S
church and southeast corner of Twenty-third street
and Kourtb avenue. A reward will be given for lu re
turn to the bouse.
Lost?on mondat afternoon, about three
o'clock In stag* No. 17. Fourth avenue line, a Pack
age containing a lace Shawl;owner's name on p&ckaie.
Tlte Under will confer a favor and he suitably rewarded
by rooming same to J. K. BKAHAMa, 71 Broadway,
room 4a
LOST-BETWEEN 23 PARK R >W aND ELEVENTH
street, on Saturday, about 7 P M.', a pasteboard En
velope, containing copies of legal papers; supposed to
have been left in university place car. Expense? will
be paid on returning same to room 27. No. 2:4 Park row
LOST-IN a TWENTY-THIRD STREET AND
Broadwav ?tage on Wednesday afternoon, between
1 ?30and 2o'cloek. a brown Russia leather Pocketbook.
containing a ladv's blue enamelled diamoud King. The
finder will be liberally rewarded by applying at 363
West Thirtieth street.
OTOLKN?SORREI. MARB AND BLACK TOP WAGON.
O By returning the tame to 164 Mercer street a suitable
reward will be given.
$2
street
rkwahur.
REWARD FOR RETURN OP CARRIAGE DOG.
owner's name on collar to 1. B. MBEILs. 24 Bond
<t?- REWARD.?LOST, A PO KETB0OK OF Rl'S
siu leather with silver plated clasp and mono
gram, containing about $30. by getting off the etage, at
corner Forty-seventh street and Fifth avenue, or in the
?tare Kinder will please deliver to B. C. MOORE, at
Tiffany A Cos., Onion square.
<t>in REWAKD will BE PAID by henry c.
?plU PORTER. 18) Church street, tor a liable Muff
lelf on steamer Castle ton on 2 P. M. trip from Staten
Island Thursday. December 3.
mnr BEWARa?L08T, LADY'8 WATCH. GREEN
W/jD enamelled ease with painting and scolloped
edge frame; tost between Seventeenth and Twenty
ninth streets and Third *nd Sixth avenues , $? will be
paid on returning It to the clerk ot tbe Everett House,
Seventeenth street corner Fourth avenue.
?<)C REWARD.?LOST, ON SUNDAY EVENING,
December 6, in going from Prince street to ave
nue A, a double-cased Silver Watch, marked "H. I." on
the back. The aoove reward will be paid the finder
upou presenting the watch to J. J. CROOKE, 163 Mol
berry street.
A LIBERAL REWARD WILL BE PAID TO CART
man who took furniture from 713 Broadway, room
2L on Friday night last, upon making himself kuown.
_ JOHN A. FKLTBR. 96 Liberty street
BEWARE). SIOOI-LObT, POOKKTBOOK. in fipth
? Avenue Hotel. Addreu J. B. RL'MSEY, Fifth Ave
nue Hotel.
The best plaob in the city to havb your
Printing done is at the METROPOLITAN PRINT
ING ESTABLISHMENT, 218 Broadway, because, witu
the extensive facilities the office possesses, work Is done
there at the lowest rates and with great promptness.
BPgCIAi. XOT1CE8.
TTERALD BRANCH OFFICES.
ADVERTISEMENTS-RECEIVED AT ALL HOURS UP
TO 9 P. M., AND NEWSDEALERS SUPPLIED WITH
HERALDS AT FIVE O'CLOCK EVERY MORNINO, AT
1,244 BROADWAY AND 430 SIXTH AVEMUE, BE
TWBEN THIKTT-FIBST AMD THIRTY -SECOND
?TREETS. OFFICE OPEN ALL MIGHT. HARLEM
OFFICE 1,281 TbIBD AVENUE, CORNER OP 1MTH
&TKEET. ADVERTISEMENTS RECEIVED TO 7fl0
P. M? AND NEWSDEALERS SUPPLIED AT FITB
O'CLOCK EVERY MORNINO.
Attention.
THE NEBRASKA SUFFERERS.
The Nebraska Commissioners announce that, through
the courtesy ot Mr. John a. Balesiier, the lower floor of
building No. U Harclav street has been placed at their
service for the reception of Clothing lor the Nebraska
sufferers. All Packages should be sent to tbe above
place.
A ?THE AMERICAN REGISTER.
A> the most widely circulated of
tbe American looroals published
in Europe.
! A capital medium tor American
I advertisers addressing themselves to
| European pstroaage.
Indispensable to all pervous visiting Great Britain aad
1 the European Convent.
Subscriptions and advertisement* (or the AMERICAN
REUlaTfcR will be received and single copies of the
paper may lie obtained at the office ot the New York
I It raid, New York.
ANCHOR LINE.
At a meeting of the eabln passengers held In the sa
loon of the steamship Victoria on Monday evening, the
2'd of November. 1874, Robert Talbot Esq.. havlug been
selected to preside and the Rev. Wm. Kusseil Almond
secretary, it was, inter alia, unanimously resolved,
1. That their cordial thanks aud hish personal
regard* be and they are hereby- tendered unto Captain
Hedderiok for his uniform klnu attention, polite and
courteous treatment of them during their voyage from
New York.
2. That he, his officers and boat be. and they are
hereby unconditionally oommended to the best consid
eration of the travelling community in the United King
dom of Great Britain and Ireland, as well as ot the
United State* ol America.
3. That a copy of these proceedings be published In the
leading news papers of Glasgow, Belfast and New Tork.
. ROBERT TALBOT, President
Attest: Wm. Ro*skix almomp, Secretary.
A?SODA WATER. MINERAL WATERS, GINGER
? Ale. sparkling Wines: manufacture of complete
outfits or Apparatus and Materials, with rail instruc
tions: all departments of manufacture, bottling and dis
senting; exclusive Rights in desirable territory. Cata
logues tree. JOHN Matthews, First avenue. Twenty
sixth and Twenty-seventh streets, New York.
ATTENTION l-CASH IN HAND FOR PBBSONS
wishing to realise on surplus Stocks, Merchandise.
Furniture, Ac. Address, in confidence, W. A. T-, box 730
Post office.
A-HAVANA LOTTERY OF CUBA
? Royal Saxon Government Lottery.
Hamburg City Lottery.
Brunswick Government Lottery.
Prise* cashed and information given. Loek box 1,804.
TuEODOR ZSCHOCH, US Nassau street. New York.
A DAY POSITIVELY FIXED.
TUESDAY, 29TH OF DBCEMBBR.
SECOND AND LAST GBAND GiPT COMOSXT
IN AID OF THE
MASONIC RELIEF ASSOCIATION
OP NOBFOLK, VA.
S240.0C01
TO BE GIVbN AWAT.
PRICE OF TICKETS,
Whole tickets $10 Quarter tickets ft 80
Hall tickets 4 Eleven ticket* 100 00
For tickets, circulars, Ac., uddree*
THE BRANCH OFFICE OF THE ASSOCIATION,
(Room 14), 78 and 80 Broadway.
Po*t office box 1,417. . New York.
HENBY V. MOORE, Secretary.
A -GRAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAWING.
A. Roval Havana Lottery, December 10, 1871
Only 1(1.000TlcketaI One prize to every seven tickets!
2,097 prizes, amounting to $1,200,000
l capital prize eoo.oto
I prize 100.000
1 prize 40 oo
2 prizes, S2.MIU) each 80.000
, 4 prizes.$10,000 each 40,000
, 12 prizes. $4,000 each 00.000
, 473 prises. $400 each 236,600
Circulars, with mil particulars, sent tree; prizes
; cashes. Address P. O. DEVLIN, >tatloner and General
I Agent, 30 Liberty street, New York.
A-OKFICIaL DRAWING OF THE KENTUCKY
. SUM Lotteries? Simmon*. Lucklnaoa A Co.,
Managers.
eehtccxy. extra clau no. S?? December 8. 1871
KENTUCKY, CLASS
12. 16, IS. 36. 18, 71. 77.
SO. 126? DICKMBKK 8, 1874.
40, 57, 22. 18. 44. 44, 64, ?S. 9 U. 2. S3.
HKNRY. EXTRA CLAM NO. 1(7?DECEMBER 8 1874.
a, 38, 12, 64, 66. ?U, 18. * 0, 12. 69. S3.
tflNRT, CLASS ICO. 148? DKCJCMBER 8, 1874.
11, S. IS. 33. ti. 9 26. 21 48, 49. 64, SO.
Full information by applying to J. CLUTK. 200 Broad
war, room 4, first floor, rear office, or Poat office t>ox
4,969, New York city.
A ?KENTUCKY STATE SINGLE NUMBER LOT
A> tery. on Havana plan. Extraordinary drawing
December 26. Circular* or information turnuhed Dy J.
CLl'TK. 100 Broadway or Post office box 4.968.
A -OFFICIAL DRAWINGS OF THE KENTUCKY
. State and .>belby v'o:le*e Lotteries.
KENTUCKY STATU. EXTRA CLASS 299? DECEMBER 8. 1174.
9. 32, 41. 27. 71, it. ?. 62, 96. i\ 43. ft. 34.
sHKi ar, BXTftA class 117?OECsMixa I. 1874.
21. 17, M. 34. 46, 14. 31, 47. li. 42, 73, IS, M.
EEXTOCXY STATE, CLASS J00 ?DECEMBER 8 1874.
SS, 13, 64. <9. 68, 27 . 69. 76. 17. 49. 13. 2S, J*
SHELBY, CLAM US? DKCEMBSB 8. 1S7V
3, 36, 34. 43, 76. 33. 17, 4, 19. 1 M. 70, 14.
J. s. SMITH k CO , Managers, Covington. Kjr.
Post office box 1.731. New York.
A -PARKS. EMKK80N A CO.. AGENTS FOR
. Kentucky state Lotteries, drawn daily.
Extraordinary Royal Havau'a Lottery, drawn Dee. 11
Kentucky Single Number Lottery, drawn Dec i6. 1871
Masonte Rellel Lottery, of Norfolk. Va . Deo. 29. 1874.
Frizes cashed, inrormation turnished and cirouiar*
sent by sdtlressini fARK> A CO.. 180 Broadway, room
4. Po*t office box 1272. Private office attached.
Office hours 7 A. M. till T P. M.
D~ tfSPEPSlA, CHRONIC CONSTIPATION, HRaRT.
bcrn. Waterbrash. Goat Gravel, Nervou*Kxhaue
uon, cured oy L>r. SHARP, offices removed to 69 Wast
Ninth street. near sixta avenue. Special attention *ivea
disease* ef mea
E
rMT NIGHT.
KTKX1NQ rtLKORA*
WKciM. oiufArewt
KM ffAMUMCO*
SPECIAL moticicsl _
/GRADUATED CHK-T AND l.cnu frottctokb
IT Can be lurruatej or aimlulsheil it will, thus ef
fectually preventing ehil. am: cole on your lungs. oold
everywhere. isaAC A. sl.vobk, Manufacturer.
Broadway.
HENRY A. DANIEL?. m. 0.. 144 LEXINGTON AVE
nue. near iweiuynlntn street.? .special attention
Uj um diseases ol uien and important medical and surgi
cal l'tufv
HAVANA LOTIEBY.-extkaokdinaky dk AWING.
December 14. J. h. di \'t, just arrived irom Ha
vana, * ill furnish lull particulars at lowest rate*, anil
Iniormation iree. Add re** box 4,436 Post office, New
York
jtavana LOTTERY.
(extraordinary lirawing, December 10, 1874
r.0w7 Pri/o* amounting to... cl.100,000
i Price ot- ?. maoufl
1 Prize ot ???.*?
1 Prize ol su.uou
t Prize* of tzvijoo even. so.uuo
4 i'ri/au. ot $10.0uu each 40 0110
12 Prize* ol fetw each. go.ixw
2,076 Prise* amounting to 400,uw
Circular* ot Inlormatlon tree. Prize* caahed. J. B.
makt1nk2 k CO.. Bankera. IP Wall street, rear bate
ll 1-iii . Post office box 4.bh5, New Vork.
Havana lottery.?extraordinary draw.
lnif?i.eruian government Lotteries. Prizes caahed
and inlormatlon given. Post office box 3.310. wachs
MANN k CO.. Bankers, 7Sand 77 Nassau street
Havana lottery, extraordinary, dbckx.
ber 16: great reduction in price of tickets: send
for circulars. K. SuNN'tnueru, box 190 Poat office.
New Haven. Conn.
Havana lottery-extraordinary draw.
ins. Great reduction in price. Prize* cashed bv
b. ALENCE a CO.. No. 6 Broad street, room life- Post
offlca box 4,151 New York
LOTTER1E8.-JOSEPH BATES k CO. WILL BEND
Circular* of information for all legalized lotterie*
Iree ol char?*, and caan prizes at the lowest rata*; au
onler* promptly attended to. JOHEPH BATES A CO.,
70 Cedar street. New York. Post office box 4.401
Mink, sable and seal purs darkened to
look like new; a process exclusively our own;
lining, altering, Ac. J. D. WILLIAMS,
330 Pulton rtreet, Brooklyn.
Nervous debility and weakness brought
ou by indiscretions, excesses, or overwork ot the
brain and nervous syntem, treated by henry A.
DANIELS, M. D., 1*4Lexington avenue, near Twenty
mntn street
Royal Havana lottery. ,
Extraordinary Drawing, December 14 Circular*
oi fall inlormatlon tree. Prizes cashed. Spanish Bans
bui*, Government*, Ac-, purcbaaad. _
TAYLOR k CO.. Banker*.
No. ii Wall street New York.
cjurpkises. FAVORS, COSTUME MOTTOES. LOV.
o ers' Riddle*,' pertume Mottoes: alto Pure and Deli
cious candles, at r. P. uibnon's, corner Twenty loeoud
street and broadway.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.?ALL PERSONS
holding dishonored check* drawn br W. C. Potter,
71 Broadway, and indorsed by a W. Ladd, Nos. 5 and 7
Dey street, on the National State Bank of Elizabeth, N.
J., are advited to confer with B. E. ARROW SMITH, 128
Maiden lane, New York.
THE METROPOLITAN PRINTING establishment,
218 Broadway, have unsurpassed facilities lor doing
all kind* of Printing with unusual promptness and at
moderate prices.
Qt "i qaa n/la ? extraordinary DRAWING
?bi.^u".uuu. of the Roval Havana Lottery of
t uba, December 1& Circular* or information sent free.
Bates a CO., 196 Broadway.
SPORTING?douh, BIRDS, 4tc.
A -FOR SALE.* ALL KINDS OK FAN0Y DOOS,
. Birds Ac.; Medicines for *11 disease*: prepared
Food lor mocking bird*, at B. u. DOVEY'S. No. 3 Greene
street near Canal.
OR SALE?FOUR GENUINE english BULL TBR
rt*r*; vary cheap; four month*old.
JaOK HUGHSON, s7 Carmine ?troet.
f
A
THE TURF.
-trotting at Fleetwood' park, ok wed.
. neaday, December 9, at 1 P. M., sharp. Sweep
stake* 1900; mile lieaw. be*t J in a
John Murphy enter* b. t. Charley Green, to wagon.
P. man** eaters b. g. Boy, to wagon.
wm. lorn* enters br. g. Phil o'n'ell, in harness.
flame day?Match $200; mile heats, best tin S, lu barnes*.
k. hewlett enters a m. Long branah Maid.
Ed. Odell enter* b. e. Harry.
Same day?Match $200: mile heats, boat 1 in 4. in haraaes.
A. Parson enter* br. a Taiomah.
a 8. Odell enter* b. g. Genuine.
Same day-Match ?20u: mile heats, be*t tin t, to wagon.
J. Goodwin enter* b. g. Milkman.
T. Trimble enter* g. m. Alice Grey.
admusion. $1. WM. H. VAN CO it. Superintendent.
r\EEKPOOT PARK.-trotting.-wednbsda*. de
1J camber 9, at 2 P. M , match $103,3 miles and reponi,
2ln 3, in harness. Wash slype enters cb. i. Paul; wm.
Bennett enters b. g. Mystery. Same day, match for $200,
mile heaia. best 3 in a L. 3. samnils b. g. Chieftains
Mr. McManu*' br. *taL ajilck. Admission si.
WM. McMAHON, Proprietor.
Fleetwood parr., Wednesday. December ?,
1874.?Match for $100, mile neat*, best thr * In Ova.
under *addle. John Rogers unrnes b. m. Lady Annta.
Joan Murphy names *orr*l geldiag.-orrei Jake.
W. H. VAN COTT, Superintendent
Woodside PARK, STAMFORD. CONN.?ALL per
son* owing entrance money for home* entered in
the late tall meeting, given on Woodbridge Park. Novem
ber 17. 18 and iv, are hereby notified that the same must
be paid on or before December HI. or they, together with
their horses, will be suspended. C. W. SMITH, Manager,
P. o. Box 231, Stamford, Conn.
HORSES, CARRIAGES, dSC. _
A ?IMPORTANT TO LOVERS OK TINE HORSES.
. THE SPECIAL ATTENTION OK CONNOISSEURS
is CALLED 10 Sale by taction of the fine stable of
trotting and road Mono* of Mortimer s. Rowan, the
celebrated constructing engineer, who Is at present in
Texas conatru -ilng the Southern Pacific Road, and has
sent instructions )o sell hi* entire Ane stock at auction.
ON THURSDAY (TO-MORROW), DECEMBER 1U,
at stable No 43 Great Jones street.
AT 10W o'CltOCK,
including the celebrated line ana last trotting and gen
tleman's road team PIKE PKAKE ami mate; are
about L5)? high, 7 years old last spring: were both pur
chased at Alexander's sale in Kentucky when yearlings,
and tiken to Kansas, where they were thoroughly
broken and trained, and were the fustest trotters in the
Western country, either tingle or double; PIKE PEAKE
has u record of 2:34 single. hit mate ol 2 :33; thev won to
gether all the principal double-team trots in tha Weet;
their record 2:12; were purchased by Colonel Row^u at
Pike's Peak, ana brought to this city one year ago last
spring, and have by him been driven at road team
since: they huve size, style and strength enoagh tor any
family driving or to adorn anv gentleman's coach, and
are warranted to beat 2|i5 either single or double, and
warranted sound and kind.
N. B. ? ihu is the celebrated Western team tbat the lata
Jamet Kisk offered 96.U00, tor which offer was refusod.
and his agent was negotiating for thorn at the time of hi*
dicflftie.
Also the fine, large, gentleman's Road and Trotting
Mare, PRAIRIE QUEEN, liH high, I year* old last
spring; ?ired by Blanko. half sister to Smuggler; a band
tome, game, prompt, strong, rapid, fat* trotting mare;
can pull a road wagon In 2 40 or lest. and show three
beats, on track, in lest than 2-.3S; warranted soond and
kind.
Alto a One, fatt-goln* dapple gray Trotting Mara.
13M high, i years old. sired by Godfrey's Patehen, fnll
titter to Hopeful and a lae timile ot htm; was only
trained six weeks the last season, and could then show
half a mile in l:t< and a full mile in 2-39 and 2tll always!
can now thow 2t?J or no tale; warranted tonnd and
kind.
Also the fast and handsome, gray, gentleman's road
and trotting Horse, GRAY MARK, 16^ high. 7 year*
old ; sired by Pilot, Jr.; an elegant gentleman'* road
sters sale lor any amateur or lady to drive ; a bold, intel
ligent, sensible, sate and One horse; oan trot hi* fell
mile in<:tfl; warranted souna and kind.
Also a thoroughbred Jet blaeit driving, saddle and busi
ness Horse, 14K high. 7 years old: fast and fine road
ster; a genteel and line horse; warranted sound and
kind.
Alio two One Brewster Wagons, one track Sulky, one
Pany Phaston, double snd single Harnett, by Dun*
comb; Dress and stable Blankets, Robes, ac.. to.
N. K,?This stable oi One horses were elected by Col
onel Rowan tn his various travel* West and Eatt. and
were and are now considered the finest horses for speed
and blood In the city; they will *11 positively be sold
Irrespective of cost or value, aa he has sent us positive
Instruction!! to selL
Stock now on exhibition, where purchaaar* oan tee
them driven and examined.
JOHN 8. VANPEWATBR, Auctioneer.
A gentleman'S ESTABLISHMENT?MUST BE
told low, for caah; Horse, young, sound and kind;
trots fast; top Buggy and iiarnes*, aood as n w: hand
tome Sleigh, Robes, Ac.; alto a beautiful top Pony Phae
ton. toid separate. 33 East Twelfth street, private stable.
SECOND HAND CARRIAGES. A.
A
>ne Landau, nearly new. our make.
One l.ondaulettc. In good order.
One Clarence, (mall slra.
One Coupe, Pole and shafts.
I. B. BREWSTER A CO..
of Twenty-fltth street.
S COUPE KOCKAWAY BY BREWSTER, 9K0 COST
A ll.uou. two Clarence*, 9700 snd 9900, eo*t 92.0 0
each i Coupe by Ham, 9300. cost 91,iW. HAM. 10 Baat
Fourth I tree t.
t FIRST CLAPS COUPS, CIRCULAR FRONT. IX
A tplentid condition, uted only three month*. wlU bo
?old for hall Itt original cost.
a. T. DEM A REST k CO.. as Broadway.
Second hand Coupe Rockaway. coat 9&M. price 9379.
Albany and Portland sleighs.
all styles, at low prices.
A. T. DhMAREsr k CO.. 698 Broadway.
A -handsome CLARENOR, ONE COUPE, ONE T
, Cart, with thirling top; aito two-teat sleigh, all
used by a private ftinlly ana mnae by '.he belt city mak
*r*. io be <?en at M CURLEY'S, f09. 111 and tli East
Thirteenth street, near Fourth avenue.
A CASH BARGAIN.-THIS DAY TWO EIiEOaNT
city made lop road Wagons. Melgh, Pony Phaetona,
single and double Harness. No. S Eighteenth ttreei, be
tween Broadway and Fifth avenue.
A-FOK SALE. SEVEN HORSES, SUITABLE POR
? farming, express or grocery; Grocery Wagon ana
Harness Inquire at 371 tfowery, opposite Futii itreet,
in the rear
A -WAGONS new and SECOXD HAND; EX.
, press, Grocery. Bualnete. Bakers. Butchert, Milk.
Depot. Delivery and I'latform spring Wagon*, all size*
and wtignt* ats taorifloe ai 22t> .spring street.
A SIX sKAT WESTCHESTER ROCKaWaY. G1.ASS
st ies and front tor sale ; in pertect order; made oy
Mia. Call, in forenoon, at No. I West Forty-sixth street,
A -ONE OF THE FINEST LiNDaULETS IN THB
? eity, mad* by Wood Brotncrs; cost 91,7(0; price
91.J00; hardly toiled. n?. 4 West Thirteenth street
A ROAD ROMS FOE BaLK-BAY. II 8AN09, I
^na,a^"aa'rgai&gtivniia
MNp
hobsks. CARRIAGES. d>C.
A T BARKER A SOS'S.
A CITY AUCTION MART AND NEW YOBK TAT
TERS A I.Lii,
Corner of Hroadwav and l hirtv-nlnth street,
X A.I UK l'haklk.- *. hakkkk AUCTIuNEEB.
REGULAR aaLES of Horses. Carriage*. Ac..
tVKKi WEDNESDAY A.nD SATURDAY
AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK.
TWEN "Y-FOUK hours allowed lor trial every
Horse sold under warrantee.
Tills IS I UK omv auctiou mart in the State having
the proper facilities for shewing liorse* on aale. vlt :?
a large driving ring entirely uuder cover and plenty 01
room for examination
CaaAl.OiiUK OK SALE THIS DAY.
AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK.
TWELVE portland Sleighs.
NEW AND second-hand Harness. Horse Clothing.
Baddiea, bridle*. Whips, H niters, Ao
GENTLEMAN'S Roai> Turnout, comprising a fast and
very promising youug bay Hambletonian trottinu iie.a
iiig, 15s* high, u years old; an elegant, game, prompt and
easy driver; can trot in J:at) now anu was never handled
to develop sueed; It alraid ol nothing; can be driven by
a lady and is warranted sound and kind. Also lop side
bar noad wagon. Harness. Ac.
SPEEDY BLACK Trotting Gelding, sired by General
Knox. 16J? high, 6 years ola; a very stylish and handy
driver; can trot In three minutes aud faster to the pole;
Is sold to close the estate of the late W. White, ol Brook
lyn, and is warranted souud and kind.
MORTGAGE SALE ol ao extra fine bay fielding
fPatchen stock), 1}^ high, 8 vear* old. fine and easy
driver; trotted last August over Fleetwood Park In 3:12
to top wagon: lias since improved in i>peed ; la afraid of
nothing, and is warranted sound and kind.
HIGH HRED BAY Trotting Gelding. got by 8t Law
rence, 16K high. 6 years old; a garaey driver; finely
catted; can trot In i :A0. and Is warranted sound ana
kind.
TOP SIDE bar Road Wagon, br Benson.
PARK PHAETON, bv Brewster * Go.
ROCKAWay, built by Terrill
NO TOP side bar Wagon, by Dusenbury.
TWKNTY-EIGHT other lop and no i?p Road Wagons,
ExpreMaud Business Wsgoua, Carriages, Ac.
FOURTEEN OTHER Horses.
PULL description at sale. .
BALKS NEVER postponed on account of weather.
DECEMBER I&?Fifteenth aale of the Monroe county
Trotters.
A -MAJOR CHARLES W. BARKER ANNOUNCES
? TUK FIFTEENTH SALE
O* THE FAMOUS MONROE COUNTY
TROTTERS AND ROADSTER8
at barker a son's
CITY-AUCTION MART AND N EW YORK TATTftRSALLS,
corner of Broadway and Tbirty-ninth street.
On WEDNESDAY. December 16, at 11 o'clock.
THE STOCK comprises 15 head, that can trol ill from
SAO to 3 minutes, and the getol Champion (sire of ?L
James). J. J. Crittenden, Toronto Chiel, Rip Van Winkle,
Niagara Chief (?tre ot Ben Flagler), Ilenrv Clay, Ethan
Allen, Pox Hunter, Eckler's (Hay, Red Dick, Ac.
THEY ARE all young, sound, splendid drivers; have
elegant long, lull tails tbst drag the ground; have
never beeu handled for speed, and consequently are
capable of great improvement.
POSITIVELY the tin est and fastest lot of rreeo horses
ever offered to the public for peremptory sale.
STOCK now on exhibition.
SEND POU a catalogue.
NO postponement on account of yeather.
BARGaINS.-CaRRIaGES AND SLEIOHS. COUPES.
Landaulets. tour and six-seated Koc&aways. new
second hand; six-seated and Pony sleighs, Cutters and
Portlands. J. CO LYE k A Co..
No. 7 Washington place, opposite 714 Broadway.
Board pgr horses-good stables: best
of care and attention. WILLIAM T. carpenter,
Red spring. Glen Cove, L. I.; references James D.
McMann, Long Island City; John Lovett, luo West Forty
third street.
/1ARRIAOK8
\j RECEIVED (*N STORAGE OR SALE. BOOMS
large, light, clean and dry.
A. 8. klandrau,
bnildlrar lately occupied bv Brewster A Co., corner.
BROOME ANu MOTT STREETS.
CARRIAGES AND SLEIGHS FOR SALE?AT THE
old established manufactory, 10 Nevlns street.
Brooklyn, all uew styles, new and second hand, ?) per
ceut less than New York prices. H. B. WITTY A 00.
(lOUPE WANTED.?ANY ONE HAVING A LIGHT
J Coupe in good order for sale, may find a purchaser
by addressing a note to MERCHANT, New York HoteL
COUNTBY BOARD POR HORSES?14 MILES PBOM
city, near Eaglewood, N. J.; lOu acres elegant pas
ture; finest stables; water in stalls; horses taken and re
turned to city; terms moderate.
PK KEKT A CO.. 96 Water street
FOR 8ALE?20 LOW-PRICED HORSES. SUITABLE
for city or country work; also one Depot Wagon.
Apply at 140 Varlck street.
For sale?handsome brewster a ca *8 close
Carriage, pauelled sides: has only been ran three
months; in first clais condition: ean be bought for less
than half original oost. Inquire at 36 Broad street,
room R
For sale-bat horse i? hands, six tears
old; fine horse for any purpose. Prench Horse, IS
hands; good worker, lively driver; 975; both lully war.
ranted. Call for two days at feed store. 370 Hudson st
|jm>r sale?a oood horse and Barnes.*,
r fashionable lull spring top Wagon, city made; Whip,
Lap Robe, Blankets; *4*8 cash. Call at M7 West Porty
nhuh street
For sale at a bargAfN. for want or use?
Black Hone, 16bands, 7 years; kind and gentle;
priae $10tx Apply at ?81 yifth avenue.
For sale cheap-two splendid city made
shifting top road Wagons. Portland Sleigh, one fast
trotting bav Horse. Private stable 13 Fifteenth street,
between Broadway a?d Fifth avenue.
For salsv cheap.?horse, truck, habnesbi
horse M haMa. 7 years old, warranted sound and
kind, separately or together; sold (or want of use. 73
V and am street near Hudsoa
FOR 8ALE CHEAP?A SOUND AND RELIABLE
pair of Carriage Horse* handsome and stylish: good
travellers: ISH nigh, 7 years old; warranted; to be sold
for want of use. Address H. CL R., Herald Uptown Branch
ofllee.
Harness.?the cheapest harness store in
New York: a good buggy Harness. hand made, 117;
? good grocer'* Harness, $15: a good milkman's Harness,
$30; a good doable truck Harness, $30: a good Stable
Blanket, $1 SO; waterproof Blanket*, (trapped and na
Krapued. Piea.se call and examine for yourselves.
FISH KB k OSBORNE, 71 Barclay *treet. New York.
Private stables wantkd. with 2 to 4 stalls,
to rent or boy. within five minute* walk ot Windsor
Hotel. Addrew. with term*, box 2,338, City Poet office.
t>amphlets op every description fub
I nlshed at moderate price* by the METROPOLITAN
PRINTING ESTABLISH HUNT. 718 Broadway. K. Y.
Sleighs, sleiohs. sleighs.
SOI Sleighs of all style*; six Seater*. Pony's, Shift
ing Beau, Tarn Seat Portland*. Swell*, Trotting,
trimmed and untrimmed; Portland*, the largest stock
In the city. Wit. H. okay, a8 and it W poster street.
SLEIOHS, SLKIOH bells, carriages, HAR
pess, every description, new and tecond hand;
popular price*: Conpe. Coupe Rockaway. six-eeat Rock
away. several Buggies. Do* Cart, Victoria: bargain*.
MANUFACTURERS' ONION. No. 834 Broadway.
TOP side BAR waoon BY BREWSTBR k CO.
TOP waook, fttll spring, by DUSRNRURY k NEL
SON.
COUPES, a* good a* new, city BUILT.
COUPE ROCKaWAY, by WOOD
BROl, vary light tar
one bone.
Clarence, naarly new. by Dtmn.
Cloee I'oach, nearly new. by Da an.
Too and no top Pony rhaetooa, Depot Wagon* and
Rockaways. *ix and four seats.
Doctor'* Wagon, by Brewster k Co.. ot Broonu^gtfMk
Jamp-teat top Wagon, by Hooker k Co.
Piny ton and no top Wagons, from $l*> up.
BaroacM, by Brew iter k Co.. ?f Broome meat
PORTLAND cutters! of different stylea,
ne and two seat*.
BT KIXBAL, PARK BR A BUSS ELL.
VOX, BEAR WOLF AND BUFFALO ROBES.
Blanket* of every description.
Sleigh Ball* in great varteij.
AT PRIVATE SALE.
AT Van TASbELL k KEARNEY'S
auction MART POR HORSES AND CARRIAGES,
110. 1M EAST 13TH ST., NEAR ?TH AV.
THE FINEST PAIR-OP TRUCK HORSES IN NEW
York, wltn Truck and Harnes*, tor tale cheap a* the
owner ho* no further as* for them. Apply to OEOROE
REAY, 77 John street.
WANTED-A A gentleman'S COMPLETE ROAD
Turnout la exchange tor a superior first class new
Pianoforte from wareroom. A Now 1 maker. Address W.
HAKR1S. box 181 Herald office.
JANTKD.-A SECOND HAND portland CUTTER
Sleigh tn good order.
J.J. MAODONALD, I Nassau street.
Wasted-second hand slbioh. with or
without Jump seat; also Robe*. Addre** X.. box
180 Herald wlthde*orlption and price.
WANTKD-A CANADUN PONY. ABOUT 14 HANDS
high, weighing 1.100 to 1,200 pound*; a good worker,
sound, kind aad true, single or doable; also a good set of
douiile Truck Harness, but little used, for which a fair
price will ^e paid. Call at 74 Broad ureal ^
WANTRD-A BREWSTER ONE M aN ROAD WAGON,
very light, cheap tor cash; state price. Addnta*
t. P.. Herald Uptown Brunch office.
Z -auction PRICES?CasH BARGAINS.
? Sleigh*, Bells, Robes. Blankets, Whips, Ac.
Job Lou choice Goods, about hall usual price.
^ JERK. JOHNSON, JR., 58 Liberty street.
1PINK SIX SEAT COUPE ROCKaWaY. BY
Adatns; 1 fine Coupe. Pole and Shafts; I light coach,
I V Clarence. Coupe Rockawar*. 10 lop and open Road
Wagons, of all style*. by Broome streei Brewster D use o
bnry. Stivers, kc.. top and open Pon.v Phaeton*, 1 Doc
tor's Phaeton. 100 Carriage* of all styles. Harness, Blan
ket*. Robes, *?. WILLIAM 11. GRAY.
RtWooater street.
w
DRY BOOU?.
For sale?pine seal skin sacque, ss
Inches long; also Sable Muff, Boa and Wrlstleu;
Minx Mutf, $13; handsome velveteen Polonaise, $30;
gentleman's seal iktn Can and Gloves.
LIN DO BROS., 1.867 Broadway.
Magnificent oaukls? hair shawl fo*
saie.?Cost $1,300; will sell for ResOO. Address INDIA,
box 1?) Herald Uptown Branch office. _______
PENI NO.?SMITH'S PATTERN BAZAAR
914 Broadway, between Twentieth and Twenty-flret
street*.
GRAND DISPLAY OF FASHIONS,
BEAUTIFCL DESIGNS,
? JUaT RXCKIVKD.
Pattern* with CLOTn MODELS of them BRADY,
PATTBRNS FITTED to tbe FORM, WARRANTED
pertect.
Open antll $ P. M. THlf> WEEK. Oar Msgagln* is
mailed.
PyS ARTI.
t ADT WASHINGTON'S RECEPTION DaY; OR, TttR
fessE
CITY KEAL ESTATE VUH SALE.
Cmtnl.
* -fifth avenue. nos. &. c. ??9. sit, era. rn 78i
n . and #59. on Central l'arli. with .tuble; tome de
cided bargain*. V. K. f-TKVEN-ON'. Jr.
11 Pin* *treet or SI East Seventeenth street
A BARE opportunity.-I OFFER TWO PIR.^T
class days'work built Ilouao ou Thirty seventh
street. Murray Mill, lest than any housei In tbe city, tor
alxa, locality *od order, held by executors
OLIVER BfeYAN. Builder, 114 Broadway.
hast ?lde.
ABAROAIX-THS THREE STORY HIGH STOOP
Dwelling House, 23x 44x92 In splendid conditions
newly painted; handsomely ire served and fitted up in
magnificent ?tvle; will sell house and furniture together
or separately, on easy terms: family having moved to
Europe, Apply to HEN KY RosKNBLaiT, on tba
premise* No. ta East Nineteenth street. _
HOUSE AND LOT 113 LEWIS 9TREBT, near
Seventh.?Price only $500; easy term*; al*o other
Property in South Fifth avenue and elsewhere. Apply
to A. M. FANNING. 23 East Fourth street.
Maps, descriptive pamphlets of property.
Circulars, i *tulogue?, and every kind of Printing
adapted to real estate dealers promptly, carefully and
cbenoly donr at the METROPOLITAN PRINTING E.S
TAMlifcHMEKT, In the Herald Building.
<feQ ONLY POR A three STORY HIOH
i 'JU stoop brown stone Monae, three block*
from Central Park lu 112th street; terms ea*y. Inquire
ol P. C B. RANSOM, 74 Bedford straawa/tar 6 P. M.
F
Wrst Side.
ABARQAIN?THE CHEAPEST TENEMENT PROP
erty In the city; west side; good location; mnit be
?old; cash only; Property ofTereil. with Bnildinga. for
what the lot* coat JOHN DAVIS. 200 Broadway, rear
?(Bee.
OB SALE?TWO FOUR STORY FIRST CLASS
brown stone Dwelling*, $19,000 each; and three
Stores and Dwelling* on Etihth avenue, leasehold, $3,300,
near Central Park. WM. BEDELL, builder and owner,
9tM Eighth avenue.
OfvTll STREET. WEST OF SEVENTH A VENUE.
Handsome lour story English Dasement brick
House, all improvement*?, will be sold low. RICHARD
V. HaRNETt, 111 Broadway, room F. basement
OC1 WEST TWENTY-FIRST STREET.?POR SALE,
Zj' 11 a four story brick Home (lot 98 feet in depth),
with Carpets, Oilcloths Window Shades and Ga* fix
ture*; price $18,1X10: terms easy.
JOHN FETTRETCH. MM Third avenue.
d?Q AAA?OMLT $3,500 CASH. A FOUR STORY
iPt/.UUU and basement brick House and Lot. on
Weit Twenty-ninth street, with 10 rooms, marble man
tal*. Ac., and well ranted. PHALON k SLOaN,
SI East Seventeenth street
NUcelianeoui.
A THREE 8TORY BBOWN 8TONB HOUSE. WITH
all the modern improvements, for $L5,Mo; only
$2.0o0 required; balance easy. Apply at 31 Union
*qu*re. room 3.
Foe sale cheap-and on easy terms, a
four story brick Tenement with store, in Thirty
sixth street: size. 20x50x100; price $9.50Ul Owner give*
particulars verbally in gallery, 303 Broadway.
PLANS AND DESCRIPTIONS OF PROPERTY. BILLS,
Circulars and every kind of Printing furnished at
the METROPOLITAN PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT,
213 Broadway.
PROPBRTT OUT OF THE CITY FOR
SALE OR TO RENT.
Farm at northpobt-40 acres, nice house
barn, plenty fruit, to exchange for a stock of Mer
chandise or a country or city Store.
LEWIS. 2b7 Front street. New York.
For sale?a charming residence, on the
Hudson, containing all the desirable points for a
country house, near New York, with steamboat and
railroad communication; (uperb river and mountain
view*; perfectly healthy: free from all nuisances; 20
acres of tand, well adapted for villa sites; fruit trees of
all kinds In lull bearing, and at! necessary outbuildings
for a first clas* place: will now be sold much below It*
true value. Address box 262 Port office, Nysck.
Florida.?the subscriber will let. for
the sea*on. hi* furnished House, on Brooklyn
Height* (part of Jacksonville. Fla.), only five minutes'
walk from the railroad station and principal hotel*.
The situation la one or the tno*t beautiful In til Florida,
being upon the highest bluff on the St John's River and
having a magnificent and extensive view. For particu
lar* apply to W. C. LANG LEY k CO., Worth street. New
York, or lo the subscriber, in Providence. R. I.
O. A. B ALLOC,
METUCHEN. ? MILES FROM NEW YORK, ON
Pennsylvania Railroad.?A splendid Farm of 71
acre* for *ale. SO acre* in a high state of cultivation;
balance in wood and pastu'e; if not sold prior to the ldth
Inst it will be sold at auction at 2 P.M. on that date.
For further particular* aadre** JOHN GREANEY, Me
tuchen, N. J.
MONTCLAIR.-FURNISHED HOUSE TO RKJJT aT
$80 per month; seven minutes (Tom station and
next Congregational church. Address bos IW Herald
Uptown Branch otticc.
TO LET-IN ELIZABETH, S. J., SEVEN MINUTES
from depot 30 minute* from Wall street, small
House; beat location; beautifully furnished from attic
to cellar; a* complete a* any New York house in all its
appointment*: will let cheap till 1st of May to respon
sible and careful parties; winter'* coal and wood in cel
lar. If rented immediately two most excellent servant*
will remain if desired Apply to owner, F. THQtMX
47? Broom* street, Maw York. ' ' r
rLET?A COUNTRY VILLA, THREE ACRES OF
ornamental ground and pasturage: one hour (Tom
Wall street oy Erie Railroad; house contain* all modern
improvement*, eight room*, kitchen and bathroom; in
a healthy and heautifoi location, surrounded by moun
tain scenery *nd running streams; possession giveu Im
mediately. Address T. LOCKYER, HohoXus, N. J.
Tide water mill at mi an us. conn., for
?ale; $$,000 cash t or exchange at a price.
B. FERRIS. Ids Washington street
HEAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE.
EXCHANGE-FINE HOUSES in " THE CITT FOR
Property at Brighton, staten Island ; owner* send
full deacription; no other* noticed.
E..M. MASON. St Park row.
Exchange?good city property and cash ;
alto Tenement, free and clear, and caah for Dwell
ing In Thirteenth ward. Brooklyn.
B. K. RKED, 1T< Fulton meet, New York.
For exchange-in Brooklyn, a first class
three atory and basement Dwelling, witc all the mod
ern improvement*, near the ferries, lor vaoant Lota;
parties replying mailt give full particulars. Address
EXCHANGE, box 118 Herald office.
IJKJR SALE OR EXCHANGE?ON TWENTY FOURTH
r street, between fourth mid Lexington avenues, a XI
toot four story House, containing 18 rooms; terms to
salt; would take small Brooklyn House in part pay.
went Holmes BKOI HKHS, fo East Twenty-third st.
FOR SALE OR BXCHANQB-LIQUOR STORE,
well stocked, good basinets; also unencumbered
Urge Farm and Buildings in southern Jersey for city
House, lightly mortgaged. Address EXCHANGE, Herald
Uptown Branch office.
Handsome country seat on* huhson, west
tide, to exchange for New York or Brooklyn Im
proved Property, not too heavily mortgaged. Owner*
address R. K. D., box 202 Herald office.
Merchandise of all kinds wanted in ex.
change for out of town Property situated on Long
ltland and Jerte.r; tend fail description to HENRY, box
106 Herald Brooklyn Branch ortloe.
rpO bxchanoe-AN KLEOANT COUNTRY seat,
1 a ear the elty, aneucnmbered worth glflO.OuQ, lor Ten
ement or Store Property In this city or Brooklym, or
private Houses. MARilN DUNN, aft Broadway.
TO EXCHANGE FOR A CITY HOU8B-A SPLENDID
Country Beat at PUlnfleld; also a One Farm at 100
*""??? "?""UtiBy m
We SELL AND EXCHANOE real estate.?NO
charge whatever unless a sale or exchange is of
fected through us. C. C. WaYLAND k AY-uAR,
168 Fulton street, New York.
WANTBD-GOOD REAL estate, OUT OF town,
V* In exehnnge for City Property and Merchandise;
also good Farms In New Jersey wanted. Address G. T.,
Herald Brooklyn Branch office.
<j?0 nnrt equity in farms near thk city,
?p?7.UUU to exchange for Dry Goods, Clothing, a
good paying Business, or good stock of Watobet and Jew
elry. Address EQUITY, Herald office.
RBAX. BWATB WAJVTKD.
WANTED?TO PURCHA8K, A BROWN STONE
V* House, between Lexington and Seventh avenues,
below Tlilrtv-inarth street; price about SXXOUO. MARTIN
DUNN, SOS Broadway, near Fulton street
HOUSES, ROOMS. dtC., WASTED.
In thl* City and Brooklyn.
Furnished boosb or apartments wantbd?
For the winter by a small private family; location
between KUhtb and Fortieth streets and Third anit -ev
enth avenues. Address, stating location snd terms,
winch must be reasonable. HOUSK, care nf twen Mc
lntyre. Si Broadway. Hefcrence gtveu and required
THE METROPOLITAN PRINTING ESTa.HUSHMB.VT
Is *t 118 Broadway, in the Herald Building.
iitantbd?in "a private house, b* a qcikt
tt couple, two untarnished Rooms, eoatieotlna; loca
tion between Tenth and I'wenty-thlrd urrets and be
tween second and Sixth avenues; references. Address,
with terms, .to.. QEoHfltt. Herald Uptown Branch odlce.
1XTANTEUTO RKNT-A FURNISHED HOTBU DOING
TT well the year round, in a country towu. W. a.
VERPLa.vOK. No. ? fine street, mom 13.
IVANTED TO LKaSE-FOK a number of years.
>T t vacant Plot of Ground, about 73xluO feet, on
which the owner would erect * one-story building, suit
able lor an iron warehouse, or the ground Floor and Cel
lar of s building of equal dimensions, must be located
between Chambers and Canal street*. Address, stating
term*. Ml Pear, street.
WATCHES, JIWBLBY, <fcC.
Bargains for" rait holidays.-a fixe assort.
mem of Diamonds, Watcties Gold and Coral Jew.
?try, tolld silverware, he. ; old Oola ana stiver bought.
LIN Do BROS., 1,207 Broaaway. opposite Gilsey bouse.
COLITAIRK DIAMO.SD STCD. CARAT, ?WX);
O pure white Diamond Crust, H ?.tones, coet tl 00 lur
??00; singlt stone and cluster Kings, b.arriuu? aud Pins,
to pay advances. yNDO BRoS., 1.107 Broadway.
Tug mbtiopoutan printing kstabushment
i* at 111 S read way, In th? Herald Buildiug.
IXDLSTRIAL K XHIBITIOtt COMP AS V.
SCENE AT 8TEINWAT HALL.
TjIH DRAWING THAT TOOK PLACB TB9TERDAY?
V1IK SkUOND DRAWING UK THE INDUSTRIAL
EXHIBITION COM HA Nr.
A large and renpoutable assemblage of ladle* and f*Oi
tlnneii wi> hold at Stelnway 11*11 yesterday. About 7UQ
iu.?i.? .in<i 1UU ladies were present. the occaalon being
the second drawing of the Industrial Exhibition Com
panv.
Od the stage. which wu well lighted and envalopea lu
a background of reu curtain, wan placed the big wheel,
wh<.?* revolution* decided the prizes. Then there waa
a vouthtul imiiviutiai who ''ailed out theprues tn a load
voice, aided by sign*, with big black figure*. On the
state were also il.e Committee tod the officer* of tha
Company.
The drawing too* place lull lu the sight of all the au
dience, and nve general satisfaction. There were no
bitches. iiodelaya.no postpouementa. Everything wag
well managed, and everything transpired in an oraarlF
manner.
Some at the episodes were ol Interest. One lady who
drew a Sl.iM) nrl?> almost xwooned tor Joy. Another
voting man who drew s&w uttered a yell of delight, bat
the majority uf the luckv ones took their good luck
quietiv. rren those who drew no prize were satiated,
ax each drawn seria bond, even if it drew nothing elae.
was entitled to >21.
Bond Serle 1.258. So. 91. drew the Capital Prlxe, $28,000.
Bond Sene 1.2S8. No. 29. drew 9lO,tMi. Altogether tba
Second Premium Drawing of the ladusuial Kxhlbltioa
Company was a sucoee.t
Ar
a 1-i-m ooao
MfU 22 23 00 00
9 $ $ 22 22 00 JO
III 23 00 UO
99999 22 0D 00
If 22 00 00
$ ! 9 22 00 09
$9999 ? 00?
9^ 222222222 0000
All boy a Flrat Mortgage Premium Bond
of the
INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION COMPANYOFNEW TOES.
EVERY BOND
parcluMd on or before Monday, January ?,
wiil participate In the
THIRD 8ERIKS DRAWING,
? to be held on
JANUARY 4, 1875.
Capital Premium, 9100,000.
The proceed* of the tale* of tliese Bond* will be naad
for the erection of a permanent Exhibition Palace, (a b*
erected on the ground* of the Company, situated on
ninety-eighth to 102d street, from Third to Fourth a venae*
THE.SE BONDS
will make a splendid Chrlstma* or New Tear*g preeeat,
a* there la no risk of any loss.
Every Bond will be redeemed with
PREMIUM.
Addreaa for Circulars, full information and Bond a.
MORGENTHAU, BRUNO * OO,
Financial Agent*.
23 PARK ROW. NEW YORK. <P. O. Drawer M.)
KEWSPAPER RESAJPIXQ HOOME.
ftNEW8PA?EB READING ROOMS,"
22
UNION .-.QUARB.
ADVERTISING1 TABLETS
OVER THB
3BEAT KEWSPaPBB FILB
MAT NOW BE E NO AGED FOB
1875.
THESE TABLETS ARE OF GLASS.
and will be lettered ornamentally to suit the wlshe* at
our patron*. Price per year 925, includtaj^tetternig ana
gl'KNITUKfc..
A-WUMLY "and monthly payments fob
. Fu'naiJure, Carpeu and Bedding, At B. M. COW
PERTHWjjfr* CO.'i. 155 and 157 Chatham street An
imuwnse sfck and low prices.
AMAUXIFICENT TURKISH PARLOR SUIT, COST
$450, lor $125; do. reus and haircloth, $35: rose
Wood Pianoforte. cont $>50, tor $250: Carpets. 50 cunts
Ser yard, rrivala roaidence 21 East 20th (treat, near
roadway.
AUCl'ION ?RICKS.-OFFICE PUBNITURK, AC.
Elegant Desks, Libraries Tables, Chairs. Ac.
Several superb Parlor nnd Beuroom Salts, half price.
Finest rnwc cylinder. Davenport and other Dealt*.
JERK. JOHNSON, Jr., 58 T
l Liberty street
A PRIVATE FAMILY LEAVING THE CITY Will
to dlMoxe of their Household Furniture?2 Parlor
Suits lu crtsuson lirocatel, cost $000, for $200; do , $175;
centre Console Tables. Mirrors, Curtains. Bronzes,
Clocks. Turkish Chairs Library and Dlniug Room. Bed*
etead. Dreasing Case, Holding, Paintings; also Bradbury
i'ianotortfc. ."tool, Covar, Secretaire, Bookcase, J Writing
Desks. Call at 263 West ffld ?L
AUCTION NOTICE.?GOOD SECOND HAND AND
misfit Carpets, hnglisn Brussels, three-ply and In
grain, very cheap, from auction, at the old place US
Fulton street, side entrance.
Auction second hand furniture of every
description. Mattresses, Extension Tables. Library
Tables. Parlor snltt, Bedroom .--lut*, carpets and a va
riety ol miscellaneous articles, at JAMES (JRAHAM'S
19u Third avenue.
A PRIVATE FAMILY WILL SELL MAGNIFICENT
glided satin brocade Grand Duchess Parlor Suit,
cost $55X tor $175; Marie Antoinette. $S5: grand square
IV, octave Pianoforte. $250; brocatel and reps Parlor
Suits. $50, $40 aud $25; chamber. Library, Dining Fur
niture, Carpets: a sacrifice. 10J West Twenty-elgnm
street near Sixth avenue.
A SACRIFICE FOB IMMEDIATE CASH.?PltlVATB
family will sell, via.:?Parlor Suit, cost $650, for
$200' do.. $150; Library and Dining Furniture. 7& octave
Stelnway Piauoforte. $.*X); Turkish Suit. $100; Bed
room Sets, $60, $125; Bedsteads, Mattresses, rep Snlt,
$.15; plush, $40; flne Paintings. Bronzes, Ac.: must be
sold. Call three days private residence 21.i West 21st St.
PRIVaTR FAMILY "DECLINING UOUSEKEEP
Ing will sell lor cash. 40c. on the dollar, all their el
egant first class citv made Furniture: superb satin Par
lor Suit, cost $000, for $150; rep Suits <7 pieces), $55; ploah
Suits, >50; velvet Carpet. 50c. yard; magnificent Stem
war A Son Pianoforte, cost $1,000. tor$27S; complete
Bedroom suits (12 pieces) tor $60 upward; flne Oil Paint
inns. Bronzes, Mirrors, Centre Tabiea. Buffet. Extension
Table. Chairs, Silverware, Sofas. Lounges. Hat Stands,
Chandeliers. Ice Box, Stove, Ac. Call at nrivata reel
deuce 120 West 23d st., between 4th and 7th avs. Call be
lore purchasing elsewhere; no reasonable offer refused
tor cash. Remember the number, 120 Wast 23d St., noar
6th av.
BARGAINS.?PARLOR SUIT, DRAB REPS, t
pieces crimson Trimmings, 2 imported Vases. I mar
ble top Tables, sable Muff. Boa and Wristlets, mink Ma^
handsome ?slvstaen Pqlouahie.
UNDO BROS., 1,267 Broadway.
rUBPBTft,
V Furniture,
Beds. Bedding, Ac.
Payments taken
by tlie week or month.
Tar ins easy.
KELLY A CO..
corner of Twenty-flfth street and Sixth s venue.
Carpets and furniture.?$250,000 worth o?
Furniture now offered at our immense wareroota
25 per cent cheaper tnau any ouier house tn the city;
Parlor suits, 7 pieces, $40. and Chamber suits, 9 plecoa,
$22. a choice assortment of Carpeu?Velvet, body
Biussela, tapestry Kms-sel* and ail wool ingrain at low
prloes; Ollclotus. Window Shades, lace Curtains Li?
Irequina, Mats, Matting, Ac. D. KELLY,
successor to H. O' FarreU,
610, 512, 514 anil 516 Eighth avenue,
Furniture and house furnishing.
Monthly Payment's.
Monthly Payments.
Monthly Pavmenta
GEORGE A. CLARKE. 747 Broadway.
(j^URNI TURK, OROCKRIES, LIQUORS, CIOARS.
J; Pianos. Carriages. Hardware, Drugs, Dry Goods, any
other Merchandise, In large or smnll identities, wanted,.
In exchange tor unencumbered Real Estate. Address
HALLETTVHerald othee.
Thk metropolitan PRINTING KSTABLISHMBNT
Is at 21.4 Broadway, In the Herald Building.
?JQ EAST TIlIRrbEKTH STREET.?HA VEN A COi
0?7 will sell Furniture of every description at privato
sale at auction prues; also regular auction sales every
week, see auction column.
INSTRUCTION.
AT THOMPSON'S COLLKOE. 2U FOURTH AVENUB,
opposite Cooper Institute.?Bootik?eplng, Writing,
Arithmetic, Herman taught dav and evening. Ladies'
Department, iviegranhy tangut practically. With la
> VERY COMPETENT TEACHER OF THE KNG
A llsli branches and French language, has two hoars
at the di>posal ot tl|OM needing her services: spelling,
grammar aud letter-writing a specialty. Address, for
one week, CON fidentlaL, Herald Uptown Branch
olBco.
AUDV. HAVING GREAT PaCILITY IN TEACH
ing English to foreigners, osn take two pupils; no
grammar: the natural method speaking, reading and
writing pursued. Address AMERICAN, box UO Herald
Uptown Branch office.
BOARDING SCHOOL?AT WILTON. CONN. | HOM?
comforts; healthy location; thorough instructionj
kind treatment; terms moderate. Address AUGUSTUS
W H11 LOl) K.
FUEKCH and OK KM \N LK8801T3 OlVt* IT K
young gentleman of iho t'ulverfity of Francor
teacher In a hoarding school ^disengaged svory after
noon. AJdress J. chaRLKS. Herald office.
CpRENCH AND GERMAN LBS SONS GIVEN TO
r laaies atvi gentlemen, by an university graaaata
teacher In several ?chool*. disengaged
ano evening. Address ritBNCH AND GABMan,
Herald Uptowti Branch olBce.

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