Newspaper Page Text
THE NEW YORK HERAtD.
WHOLE NO. 14,695. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 15, 1876.-TRIPLE SHEET. ? PRICE Til .EE CENTS DIRECTORY FOIt ADVERTISERS. S40R~4,h.5,h u<1 ??* o*!* ??7rf??5?y-12t" ' j"'*?Ciii col BlUUifiDB?12ra PAUK-Oth col Pack??* and M eoL ?nniv A?n JjStt'1*0 WANTED-2d Fic.-ad eoL bhi?2?e-^?P SHOES?I it Pack?lib coL BRflukM'v 2y^tt0?"l> ?**?"?M cal. BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE?In Pasb? _ _ 4th coL 5P2ISS88 OPPORTUNITIES-?? Pace. i'K? 5 KOTICBK?7th Pack?(>h eol. fe ??sr^D-2OBX0CO-nTH PAG*.?4th col. ol v?SSAA-587A,,K kob SALK-Iit Pack?4th eoL C f".; ?u ivf? O S A L E 8 M E X?12 r u Pacb?Ath coL L^r1/TH PAUK-tttb col. COACHMEN AND GARDENERS?12ni PAC*?5th aad oih colt. COAL AND WOOD?1st Pack?-6th co! - - ? Ha vrrftT f".,AR0?2n Pack?6th eoL SkMrfiritv ,y?8?1 lT" ~L Suv ,!?TwY.~1,t" Pack?4th coL iiii.,1" r1" Pack?4th ci|. DWELLINOHOUSES TO LET. FURNISHED AND UN ? fTn/foo^"D PAGB-Iatcol. vKKE5A? STEAMSHIPS?1st PAG?-4th cel. gJROPK-JlTH PACB-4lbcol. EXCl RSION??? Iit Pack?6th coL JI'LAJNCIAL-Oth Pack. ^OR HA 1iI-1it Pack?6th coL riRNISUED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LKT 2d pAttB?lit col. J^,RS'T>]HE?12th Pack?6th col. HELP WANTED?FEMALES?12th Pack?4th and 5th col*. g*l;P WANTED-MALER-12th PACB-?th eol. HORbES, CARRIAGES. AC.?1st Pace?2d, 3d and 4th ools Pace?3d eol. kCA WANTED?1? Pace?4th eoL f llTa Pack?4th col. .?OTURE.SEASON?I 1th l'ACK-4th cot JjOST AND FOUND?1st Pack?1st coL MACHINERY?1st Pack?6ih col. jAMLE MAIfTKLS-1^" Pst.K-6th col. M?T?'*PN,A*'?12th Pack?Gth col. MEDICAL?12th Pack?Oth col. S?H',i5?RX/NO OKEK8MAKINO-1*t Pack??th eol. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS-IOth Pac# eth coi. JfCRlCAL?2d Pack?(ith col. t BLIC ATION8-7tu PA0K-?th eol. 1 KlUONAL-lflT Pack?1st col. PIANOKORTES. ORGANS. AC.-2D PACK-6th col. POOL SELLING?1ST Pack?2d col. E2&T OFFICE NOTICE-11th PAOK-4?h col. FHOFE88IONAL SITUATIONS WANTED?FBMALE8? 12tii Pack?ith col. nvJr ,OUT. ?* I"E CITY FOR SALE OR TO __ . RK>T-l8T I iCE-4th col, ?8JAtT# ? BXUHAMOK-ln P ACK?4th col. RKWARDs^fr Pack-*P,~co" cul' MALES AT AUCTION?1 1th Pagk?3d ad<1 4th <*nta 8ITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES?I 1th l'A?a-Sth aiTiritio^ "'?-,< Pack ? lot. 2d. :id and 4th cols. SprcIa 1? D,~M A LES-1 2th l loK-Sth eol. HrELlAL NOTICES ?1st Pack?1st and 2d ml THEKTRA? n'ki0<io' "'J108' *???>? Pack?2d col. Zff5 IRARh8_1?TH PAOK-tttb col. THE TUKF? 1st Pack?2d col. TRAVKMR hs? Vr'u ^ "KPOSE8-2D PACK-lst eol. ?2,.otJ'1,fc'?1st Pack?Hth col. UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LBT? _, 20 PACK-lst and 2d cols. JJANTED To PURCHASE?1st PACE-fth col. w?ijrF12th Pack?6th col. JJ INTER KESOItTS?2d PacK?6th col YACHTS, STEAMBOATS. AC.?10TB Pack?6th coL persoSaLT ? rnnauaiAlj. ^ WILL THE LaDY^CaXl"fofr*?Mfi~~S'HlLD> A h-VIr'*f'i ON I",VENICE.?IF AN OPPORTUNITY .n i m *l^or,,'"1 wl" pleased to explain 'ray fears " w.l other rh/nZr| q',",ry' "whjr1 ' ??">?>?" Picas, permit U5t er '.ld offi*" ? coramuQlc,tion- SINCERITY, box Hall MI? AT FRENCH BALL. IRVING vy II all, lhur?day ereninv, I hare engaKed box K. CHARLIE. I-)v.!?r:'wit's TrmK7LANE '? TURNI>'0 SOON IN I., ' f*1 ' "">? for erer. Let not your enemy's lies or m l our , !tU8?MI"/?"" nuly d,rlla*1 Bemerober the past aim our oaths. My Ulo. my soul, my all. "Til KILLING " B-ofe..1?;, >"??? BABY, WILLIB. Pe,l?M^?0P^I"N-A K'NE KEMALE HEALTHY SSj'W,e,.fl.^'i,:urr#uder- C*" 0r'd jCpULToN FERkV. MONDAY a p m~_I aiiv?im " "i rffcK,THE.R SAMUEL OR A Ham OR GEOROE RILEY ? ifc HV* O''1"*0 th? winter of 1872-73, are In the cltr sssffsffisrwil[ conr,r * "ror br *ddre^n1f,i.h [P "fOHN CAIN FORMERLl OF SAN FRANCISCO rUUed hfm thiiV r* ?hl,t n*me ?long the '"""tiers, and !??rv three or fotir yeers hko, calls lor OOKKIaN 3 Donovan Rossa's Hotel, he will hear of sontethlni to hU ^?nta*e._CaUjlnslde lort.v.eiKht hours. " '? W* thank>*o'f>subscriber' 8,?T8' clt'' wlU r,ta,T" 8?.??V*P**> NOVEMBER II. ^v.?T^rn^a;hl: iXZrJZfOrytP d*rk brown l??lr- complexion,' fh.*PP#arsnce. When she lott home . , drssied In a dark brown woollen dress, with a taint white check, plain black cloth sacqne, r< and turban l>rnwn ?traw bat, trimmed with plain brown relret. Any Informa tion CLSmrn lor .u. a ""Orma Uon ccBoernliiK ber gl?en to tbe SupeHBtendent o7Th. Pollee will be thaukfully received by her trlends. MIZPAH.? MEET ME TO-DAY (WEDNESDAY) e?me time and place. How unfortunate our mistake I Mn?7;,u.^.sSIIEW8, ?? 8aeinrbe>6RBST7or New Orleans, iflye y?ur address. l j. Skd,e ^-piuday night, solakis,?th?n ?h. V k'ou no.' ke'p apoolntmeiit tor Tuesday ?'lfht, 7M ? ror hee^ii ? sake comiuuDicnte with ED j 1.. Memiil nlricM * E5?t ANb trountf. ^LiMortgaca Bonds (Main Line) of the Burlineton, Cedar K?pld? snd .Minnesota Railroad Company, numbered 2 784 i"' ,."clu",re- All persons are hereby cautioned s^-Min.t bitviSK or neRotlstlnn same, as the tranefer or ex chanifethereol has been stopped at the office of the eom pauy. ALtXANDEi. TAYLOR'S SONS, 5? Broadw-r. Lost-manuscript, in or~Tjetwekn fult6n St. and City Hall Park, a v.?u?rl,t. wl,h blue copy, oook cover entitled -Hi-metallic Money." Finder ri warded by J. W. PRATT, Printer. 75 Fulton at. JOHN NEAR THE CORN EK OF tVALL AND WILL" J.am ?... a Rol, of Hills Hnder will be rewarded by ad" oreiiMnK 1 opt office box'4,H5H. ' LOST?AT MAOY'tlj YESTERDAY NOOK a Mn y i''",|',e""K,k. Eeward will be given for same at 350 West Tii)S1TS? ? EVBNINO. SMALL OOLD LOCKET. ijln<iertfil with pesrls. Reward by returning to 274 4th 1 OkT?MONDAV E\ENINO. ON 45111 ST., PORTE* XJinnnnnio containing papers and meiuortndums of no ja.ue t ? Hoaer as numbers are known. If Under will notify Dr. N. PALMER, 78 4th av., where he can be fonad or when lie will call, immediate attention and reasonab?a compensation for trouble will be made; no questions aaxed. LOSTri?K?VB'M.BEB H; BETwKEN CORTLANDT ST. i*?! ?'?g'a?oae, diamond Stud, gold aod black enamelled. A llbrral reward will be paid forlu return to cicrk of Merchants' Hotel. a> c BBWAKD.-lost.'Xakge lOvTsk^e teKrIEr 4>>jLost November ? from 57 East 2ftth st. ?"??k A"~ SUITAffLE ItE\VAKD W TLLBE PAID. AND NO questions asked, for the tatnrn of Valuables, containing relics of a deceased, taken on Saturday nlicbt between ? and 7 o'cioca, at 1U.I Kast 7Nth st. _ SPEHAL .HOTllEh. ? -LO?f?1A V*TATR"LOTfKRY "?JOMPAnTI ?Grand Drawing New Orleans. December 4 187a I Capital Pris? ' svtrsvi I Capital Prise anSJi 1 Capital Prise 111 Prises each of. t'tssi 25 Prises each of 100 Pr.ses earh of 100 Prises ea. li of 200 t ^ Together with 2,527 other prises! !i?.1|V"rrter". Eighths, sixteenths. Prises cashed. !? or nil Information apply to WILLIAMSON A CO.. Hrnkars, 817 Broadway. New York. A ttention i-twenty yi ars- pkussPan hos! j^n*free." *i)rr'j A(^Q B Y * *?*' B! eTcke " c' *1' ^ ? "Usui,a ALKiI,Ivtki>' n"t1ck -oiskasks OH THE BLOOD. ASkla Nervous System, Ac., enred successfully or no lee consultation free. Dr. WEST, 45 Bleecker st., near Bro^ A GENTLEMAN OR LaDV (A LOVKIl OF SCIENCE 0r.*.rtAm?,,t ,'1e",r,d) having Cl.oon or #2.000. can he associated with four gentlemen of position, stsrtinir a hivh t'f?l-u*?eltiJri.'lk,"y.t"Pr",,"blghi> remunerative. Address LlffeKAlI. Post office box 3 8;tM New York. A -ISAAC C. B??Tce72?7 BROADWAY. LAWYER? .Divorce" obtained promptly, without publlcitv? deser tlon. Incompatibility, habitual drunkenness. InB.telitv li. Suman treaimen t. ronvictioi, of felony. Pss>ports obtained A ?ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY. Iirawtng To day. One prire of $2(*i,i?IO. One prise of Mo.om, One prise of .Vi.OIJCl. On? prise of 2.?,l?*(. , . . '??>? prl/e of 10.000. ?nd 6R0 other prises. Whol# tickets. *t0: halves, $20; quarters, $10j alghthi $5; tenths, #1. twentieth., >2. "igniae. Full esplanato'y rircnlars tree njBODORB Z.-'CHOCH. 116 Naesau ?t , New Tork. A?OFFICIAL DRAWINGS KFNTICKV statk .Lftttarles, SIMMONS. A IIICKINsO.n; Manage" BK.WCKT, KKTttA CLASH ."<<>. til I- XOVKMIII n II, IM76. 66, 5, SI, 7, If.. 40, 12, , 1 4, ((| ;p, M n a"2ILC?7' ^-*?rK*BB? 14. 1876. fa, 4, Sri. 71. 78. tn. <j7, 7o, Im, 4(1, m. 45 jj IA 5* T?' so. .Vtl-SOVKMSkn 14. IN7& l*? ?? !?? U, 10. 7?, ,r? 53 24* . "?,"?CL?.V *?' M2-sorv)*aKK 14. 1870. ' S, .37, 17, 52. .151, 48, 61 21 '20 47 * r.Ui''Jl?ru *l,2n by "PV'TlMa to or addressing J. CLUTE It I n . M'l Kroidwaj. resr r?iim, flr?t iloor. A" l?3tt0.tK*? EKNTTCKif STA1B SltfULB xilMBBB ? Distribution, lo.:t70 Prises, distrlhutiMg #MO.'irxj?i to be drawn November 2., Tickets, only ?lo. 8,n,i ln erd.rs at once. Also. Royal Havana, November 15. j|- CLLTE A t;o., 210 Broadway, ?aoo.ono CAsii"gifts." ~~ , Kentucky State Slmrle Number Dlatribution. 10,H7I) Prises and only Mi.tJtai tickets SIMMONS A DICKINSON, Manager*, t.w" 0,1 Saturday, Noven:ber 2.S 1870. Wholes. HO. shares In proportion. Royal Havana to be drawn November 13, |87t;. Kentucky 8u?a Lottarte drawn dally. Address PA KK?, EMERaoN i CO.. ?Mtkwa. lau Braadwar, mil 4 B SPKC1AA. SOTICU. ttlrt yiKgfc-fLrrti *Tirti?# Vfer!tS?F.!2* Jl^raim. 75c. uil npwwi, LORD A TAYLOR, Grand. Cbrystle and Fowyth _ BEST RODY BIl'rtKU CAItPETH. $1 80 AIID UP ward; beet Tape?try Hroiwli, ft aad upward. lAiRU m TAYLoB, Grand. Chrr??ie and Fortyth tt*? D 1SEASKS OK MEN A SPECIALTY. HENRY A. DANIELS, M. D.. 144 Lexington ??? .tttb it. Office hours from li to 3. E PJ?S' COCOA (Breakfast), Grateful. comforting. "B* ? thorough knowledge ??! the natural laws which rorern the operattone of dl*#?tiou and nutrition, Mid bjr a caraful application ?f the ??? properties of wall selected cocoa Mr. Kpps has provided our breakfast tables with a delicately flavored beverage wlilch nay save us n>*?y heavy doctor*' bills. It Is by tlx Judicious use of such articles of diet that a constitution may be gradually built up. until strong enough to resist every tendency to disease. Hundreds of subtle maladies are Boating around us. ready to ?uaek wherever there Is a weak point. inauy a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well fortified w ilt nure Mood and a properly nourished frame."?Civil aervtc# "* *' Made simply with boiling water or milk. In packet* and tins (J, lb and I lb.) labelled JAMES EPP8 A CO.. UomiroDathtc Chemist*. 48 Threadneedle st. and 170 Piccadilly. London. Depot in New York?SMITH A VANDhuBBCK, Park place. ?__ "TJtLECTRlC REGENERATOR'-FOR "AffUi-lNB AZi debility. Call or send for circular to Dr. J. KAKK, ?>" Broadway. H ASTEN to SECURE IT 1 TUB GRAND CAPITAL QIFT OF ONB HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS IN THE KENTUCK* CASH DISTRIBUTION CO., MANAGED BY EX-OOVBRNOB THOS. P. FOBTEB. $500,000 IN SMALLER GIFTS! DRAWING NOVEMBEB 80 OB MONEY BBFUNDED. TICKETS, $12; HALVES, $8; QUARTBBS, $3. G. W. BARROW A CO., GBNBBAL EASTERN AGENTS, 710 BROADWAY. BROOKLYN BRANCH OFF1CB. 308 MONTAGUE BT. VfEBYOuS EXHAUSTION.-A MEDICAL ESSAY J\ compming * ?eri?*? oi lectures delivered at Kion * Museum ol Anatomy. New York, on the cause and cure or premature decline, showing indisputably how lost health may be regained, aflordlng a clear synopsis of the Impedi ment! to marriage and the treatment of nervous and physical debility, being the resnlt of 30 year*' experience. Price V5 cents. Address the author. Dr. L. J. kAilN, office and residence .'>1 Eaat 10th ?t.. New York. _ Royal Havana lottery.-fTM.000 will be drawn on November 15. Prises cashed; orders filled, In formation furnished; highest rates paid for Spanish bill*, ?OTeTAYLoSt a'cO.. Bankers. No. 11 Wall st-.New York. ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY?NEXT DK A WING No vember 15. Only i6,i?0 ticket!divided in 30th *nd40th: ?S6 prises, amounting to $750.(101 J. Highest nritte and next of $110,001". On April. 18i3. we sold the $500,000 prize and on September I, 1876. we sold and cashed that or $100,000. B. MARTINEZ A CO., Bankers, 10 Wall St.. New York. Spanish Gold and Havana Bank Bills bought and sola Dralts on Havana lasued. , rpHtT M/i MM OTH WHEELS to be nted at the Grand Drawing, November 30, BY THE KENTUCKY CASH' DISTBIBCTION CO., are now on exhibition at COBNEB BEADE ST. ANu WEST BBOADWAT. $600,000 IN CAslI DISTBIBUTEDI Tickets. $13; H^TfB: ftggp.? ^ GENBBAL EASTERN AGENTS, 710 BBOADWAT. BROOKLYN BRANCH OFFICE. 306 MONIAOUI 81. $35,0??, $30,000, $10.0 6. $6,000. Grand drawing of the $300. KENTUCKY STATE DISTRIBUTION. Saturday, November 25,1876. 10,879 FBIZE8. 10,379 PRIZES. Dtawing in fall. No postponement. Everybody want* the ABAK9 CAPITAL PRIZE OF $25,00a A $10 Investment ^ ^ u Tickets, $10; H.W..^5kQ,,.rt.r., W450.Q 6?7 Broadway. (frr^n i\(\(\ -botal havkna lottery ? i OU.UUU.draws to-day November 15; circulars, with full particulars. Iree; prlies cashed; Spanish <l?hi, Havana Ban* Bills bought, sold. J DUFF A CO., Bankers, 43 Nassau, corner Liberty. New York. d>7(uia ?royal Havana lottebv. 51b i OU.UUU. To be drawn November 15. ^ Canltal Prl*e, $:00,000. Other* of $100,000. $ >0.001 V down to $500. Kentucky State Distribution draws November 35. For inlormatlon. circulars and tickets, address the Eastern agents. JACKSON A CO. .Jlankers. 30; Broadway. N. Y. (JJ n k) t > "> > ,t q ?EMORY A CO.. BROKERS, 31 ? I ZZ. Park row, New ^ ork city, having been established In the principal cities In the Unl ted States since 1883, offer to the public one of the grandest Caah Distributions that ever took place in this country. $733,243 to be distributed. All Prises and no Hlar.ka. ... nT authority of an act of the Legislature, the drawing will take place In jiuplic at Ctaeyemie. Wy., positively November 15. IKif, and to be conducted by sworn Commissioner*. Each and every ticket will be entitled to a prl*e. Ail Prlie* and no Blanks. Within the reach or any one to obtain ? fortune for only a .mail outlay. Prise* payable in lull, without deduction, on presentation at this office Immediately after the drawing. 1 Grand Cash Prlie of .....$75,000 1 Grand Caah Pri?e of *??? ?*-?0 I Grand Cash Prl*e of ? 20.000 4 Grand Cash Prises or 1O.00JJ 4 Grand Cash Prises or jvJO 50 Cash Prises each of 2.000 100 Cash Prises each of i.oiaj Each and every ticket will be entitled to a prise. Ticket* $3 each, or a package (10 tickets) for $10, and the bal ance to be deducted only Iron; the prise* drawn. Informa tion furnished. Orders filled. Also agents for the Royal Havan* Lottery. Order* 'solicited Apply or address ? ? . . EMORY i CO.. Brokers, 31 Park row, New York city. " gpOHTl^O?DOOS. HIKD*. ?c. " English breech and muzzle loading guns. Having jnst received a new Importation of splendid guns by W. C. !-cott A Son. P. Webley A Son, K. A G. Hackett, W. Moore A Co., W. Forsyth and others, which we will sell by auction this day. Wednesday. November 15, at 11 <? clock, At our salesroom, 47 and 49 Liberty it. #*ow on exhibition# BAKK&K A CO., Auctioncart. ELL-LIVER AND WHITB POINThB BITCH, 5 vearsold. broken OIL woodcock, qnatl and partridge, to be sold by auction, thls^ay. at 47 and 40 Liberty st. ' BARKER A CO.. Auctioneer*. ANTED?A YOUNG TIGER OR A JAGUAR. Al> dre??. stating price and partlculsr*. to A., bo* 5,7.10 Post offlee. / pOoir~8KIsM?rO. A^UCTI'jN'aND FRENtTfl POOL8 BOLD EVERY DAT at Thomas Exchange, No. 3 Barclay st., on the run ning races at Washington and the billiard match between Joe Dion and Gamier. Pools will also be sold at Schneider * restaurant, opposite Tammany Hall, on Thursday evening. G. M. T HUM AS. "a UCTION, FRENCH AND COMBINATION POOLS JVsold all day at Johnson's Rooms, Broadway, corner 2*th *t? on the running races at Washington : each hest and race by telegraph direct: acombinatlon book open on all events; orders by mail or messenger will receive prompt attention. T. B. JOll -NSON. UCTION, FBENCH AND COMBINATION POOLS sold this day and evening at the New York Turf Ex change, 15 West 3Sth st.. on the running races at Washing ton. The resnlt or each race received as soon as decided. Orders by mall or messenger will receive particular atten tion. KELLY A BLIS8. T" ATTEKHALL'ft. L227 BROADWA\T-AUCTION Pools on Washington race*; Combination and French. Pools; tickets, $1 each on all sporting events. MrOOUGALL A CO. THE TliUf. X^FLiSBTWOOD ' PARK. MORr18a^IA, fC i?, Thursday. November 16. 187' .?Great match race to beat Dexter * time nnder saddle. 3:18:?A. B. Cro?? bet* Garry Walker $2,500 to $1.000?Garry Walker names bl. m. May Bird under saddle, to|be arcompanled with running horse; A. B. Cross names time. Trotting to commence at 2 o'clock P. M. Admission. $1. _ GATES H. BARNARD. President. * T RACES YESTERDAY FRU FRU WON IN THREE straight heats; time, 3:39^, making her best time. Mcl HK.NNEY. ROOKLTN DRIVING PARK, PABKVILLE. L. I? Thursday. November 16. 2 P. M.. Sweepstakes for $7"), mile heat*. 3 In .">, to wagon. M. Rogers names blk. g. Ma jor Poltr, rormerly Sear Face Charley; J.B. Jsrvls, b. m. Grace; J. W. Page, br. g. Eddie. Admission, 50 cent*. M. WILLIAMS A SON, Proprietor*. t^leetwood"" PAR kT ~ ' 1/ The great lonir distance Raeea of 50, 100 and ISO mile*, tor a stake of $2,OtU on each race. New York against California. John ?Murphy, or Hew York, will rid# against Captain Mowry. of" aflrornia. the first race of .'ill miles at Fleetwood Paik. on Saturday, November 18, at two o'clock. Good day and tiacK. Admission to all part* of the track, $1. GATES II. BAHNARD, Preeident. HOUSES. CAltRlAGE!!. ?BC. A HANDSOME BREWSTER FAMILY~CLARKNCR, Asetsllvei mounted Coach Harness; auperb order; no ofler within reason refused. 140 West Mil ?t. Ami, r<I/.F.I) LANDAU LET. ALMOST NKW," IS offered low at CORBETT'S Carriage Factory, 1.',8 East 57th st. | -MUST BE SOLD.?NO OFFER REFUSED: TWO .last Trotters, two top Road Wsgoni. two set* or Har ness >leigli. Ilohes. Ac.: also Pony Phaeton. Mutual Clnb Stable*. 138 West 31st St. a T ANY OFFER-FAST TROTTING HORSE, TOP A Wagon. Brewster Improved -prings. Phaeton and Hsr uess. slmo?t new. 151 West 3.rith St. ~T"~COU PiTaND" PARK I'll a ETON, ON E Tt?P SI I)E A..b?r Wagon and one Doctor'* Phaeton, all nearly new, at a sacrifice. To tie seen st 10V East Mth st.. near 4th av BAY 8TALLI0.n"P0NY MADE; FINT.^Ra'UGIIT Horse; 17 hands hlgu, ? year! old. weight 1.6U) pounds. Nli. .1 West 13th ?t. 7~L?4I?I wil.i. BUY A GENTLEMAN'S IURNOUT A.complete.-Horse. <1 years old. 15% hands, warranted sound and kind, trots In 3:40; good T o. Muggy, fine Har ness elegant Bear Kobe and Kersey Blanket; would s?lt sepsrste. feMMt 128 I'.sst IWtli st. ~A PAIB OF SMALL SIZED MULE8 _ I^R ' RALE; AaaJ traveller! and workers; sound and kind; price, L ftTl?#^ U* wy . !tabl!, #63 W.!t 424 St., MM 9tk af. HORSES, CAKItl *BK8. fft. acitvkALH^ION?MAST AND X. Y. TATTER8AIXS, w . CORNER OK Broadway and 3?th *???__ major csaues w. barker. auctioness. SEGULAU SALES OK umiu, Carriage*. Ac., IV KRV WEDNESDAY AND 8AT US DAY. TwSMTY-FOUR hours allowed for trial. THE ONLY driving track iu the Stme. CATALOGUE OK SACK THIS DAY AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK. GENTLEMAN'S road Turnout, comprising ft fast And very desirable brown Trotting Welding, brad In Main* aud *01 bv General Kn j. li', high. 7 year* old; a very pleaa lint and safe driver; can iroi in 2:40, and I* warranted lound and kind: also top aide liar Road Wagon, built by F. C Webb; Harness, Ar. LIGHT DOGCART. Pol* and Shaft*, by Brewtter, of Broome >t. TRACK WAGON. by Dusenbury. TliK HANDSOME bay trottin* mar* Elgin Girl, bred In Kentucky, got by a eon of Alexander'* Pilot. J r . dam by Engineer. Io>4 tilth, 7 year# old: an elegant and game di leer; ha* a record of 2 ;?*>%, and ll warranted *ouua and hind. TOP SIDE-bar Road Wagon, by Vandergaw. TOP FULL *pring Road Wagou, by Vandergaw. LARGE LOT 01 double and tingle llarnesa. ELEGANT HAY Trotting Mare. 15'4 high, 7 yean old. rot by Middletown: an extra at) 11 ah and very handy driver; ha* tliown a trial of 3 IKt to 10U pound road wagou, and la warranted sound and kind. EXTENSION TOP Park Phaeton, pole and *b?fti. VERY SPEEDY rr?y Trotting Mare. 10 ;em old; a prompt and eiuy driver; can trot in 2:W singly and 2 -35 to the pole; warranted sound and kind Al?o her TWO YEAR-OLD COLT, by Mamhrino Champion; can already abow a 3 minute gait; sound in every particular, and *old to cloae partnership. BUSINESS WAGON, very light. LADY'S TURNOUT, comprising a handsome and apeedy bsy Trotting G*lding, l.V, high, 7 ye*rs old; anaxtrafine and easy driver; ha* trotted In 2 :50: learleaa of acythlng, anil aale for a lady to drive Al*o top C *nring Pony Pha?ton. by Collver: Harneaa, Ac. TWENTY OTHER top and no top Road Wagon*. LARGE NUMBER or Expre** W agon*. TWENTY-OSK other Hon**. FULL description at tale. SALES NKVRR poitponed on account of weather. A OSSAT SPECIAL, ABHOLUTK ANtTu N RES E R V E D SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION OK FINE HIGH BRED AND FAST IK1R8ES. elegant carriages, harnesses, blankets, ROBES. SC.. THE PROPERTY OK WAX KERN, Esq., TOMORROW (Thursday), NOVEMBER IS, AT 11 O'CLOCK. PROMPT. AT STABLE, 2tfi MERCSR ST.. BETWEEN WAVKELEY AND CLINTON PLACES, BY CHARLES C. DUFF. AUCTION HER. Including the laat trotting mare Purity. She ia l'?l, handa high . 7 yeara old; w?a aired by Volunteer, dam by Dutchess County Haabaw; ahe hns a tine and handsome head, long arched neck, fine sound foek. clean limha; ahe trotted when four years old in 2 :4?t: ahe waa driven la,t aprln.- on Kleet wood truck a mile in 2 :3tl and repeated lu J :3354 : sho i* the most promising young trotter In the country, and will certainly trot well down In the twenties; ahe la * fine, free and prompt driver, neither pu 1 la, luga or frets when in com pany. and a* stylish In harness at anv horse living; she hit* great endurance and her extra spexl and pedigree com bined make her a valuable horse fur track purposes; (hex lull* warranted sonnd and kind The very last and young bay gelding Dsshawny, 1 .'>1 j high, 6 year* old; w?* sired by General Knox; the dam ol Dash away waa a ateel gray mar* called Mally, pedigree un known: Daihaway resembles hi* aire in build and trait, and can trot a mile any time In 2 :30; he I* one ol the beat and pureat milted horses tnat goea the road, and la a steady, level and straight trotter?no hitching ; he doea not pull or ahv: he i* warranted sound and kind. The fa-t and celebrated highbred buy trotting eeldinT Tecumsah Roy. I5!i high, 7 year* old . wa* raised at Kala matoo, Mich., and sired by Magua Charta, dam by Chain plon : was brought to thl* city for owner two year* ago. and ? bowed, three days alter hi* arrival in this city, a mile in 2:3?l; has since been used on the road, and is witl.out ex ception a* fine a gentleman's roadster ua stands in the State; Is an eaav driver; la game and prompt ; can trot five miles Inside of 15 minutes, and doe* not null, lug or Iret: I* mi excellent pole horse, and Is warranted sound and kind. , l-ast and eautiful gray Mar* Nellie, l.V4 bi^l) 7 year* old: one or (he finest bred trotters In the State ; was raised In the State of Maine: I* very docilo and well behaved; trotted a half mile in 1:18 and a full mile in 2:43; Is an ex cellent pole beaut and is perfect in every respect: was never trained on track, but with proper handling will trut very fast; warrauted sound and kind. Elegant Team of black Gelulngs, 1S>4 high, 7 and 8 year* old- are half brothers; were raised in tlie State of Ver mont, aud have few superiors lor stylo or action; are lit .h bi itdrd, full manes and tails; they bave tine, clean and strong limbs, good feet; can pull a road wagou together Insidt 2 :40, and can trot much faster single : tuey are war ranted sound, kind and free from trick or fault. Resolute, black Trotting liorse, 1>'4 high, 7years old; Is coal black; sired by Conklin Star, dam Long island Black tiawk ; can trot all his heats in from 2:35 to 2:40; very Hue 4river; warranted sound and kind. CARRIAGES CONSIST Oh I VICTORIA EXTENSION TOP. POLE AND .-HAFTS; 1 TOPSIDE BAR ROAD WAGON, I FULL SPRING TOP WAGON. 1 DEPOT WAGON, WITH TOP: 1 TOP PONY PHAETON. I CANOPY TOP PONY PHAK'I ON. SINGLE AND DOUBLE HARNESS. BLANKETS. ROBES, WHIPS, AC. N. B-THE ABOVE STOCK IS NOW ON EXHIBI TION AT STABLE AS ABOVE AND G OOM IN AT TENDANCE TO GIVE ALL information RE QUIRED. SALE POSITIVE. RAIN OS SHINE. TO HIGHEST BIDDER. WITHOUT LIMIT, RESTRICTION OR RES ervation. ASSIGNEE'S SAL.:'.. BY WILLIAM VAN TASSKLL. auctioneer, OFFICE, 110, 112 EAST 13TH ST.. NEAR 4TH AY. Messrs. YAN TASSELI. A KEARNEY will sell at PUBLIC AUCTION THIS DAY (WEDNESDAY). NOYEMBEk 16. at 11 o'clock. AT NO. 740 BROADWAY, NEAR ASTOU PLACE, FINE STOCK OK ELEGANT CARRIAGES, which will be sold to close the estate of BRADLEY PRAY A CO. and WM. H. BkaDLEY A CO. THE STOCK COMPRISES STRAIGHT FRONT BROUGHAM COUPE, fnll died Peters Brougham, ?4 Landaulet. very fine Berlin Coach, round front Coupe, \ octagon I andaulet. 2 very handsome ll^ht Brougham Coupe*, full died: full iwept 5-glaas Landau, full sized octagon Iront Landaulet. very fine fall sited Peters Coupe. fln< 3 bowed top Cabriolet, very fine large else top Pnaeton, large slse straight front Coupe, line ~>-glass London box Landau, fine octagon Coupe and * very styllib loop Victoria, with rumble and dickay aeat. THESE CARRIAGES ARE ALL of THE FINEST Sb'ALITY, and have bean finished within a few weeks by e assignee, under the direction ol Mr. WILLIAM H. BRADLEY. WE DESIRE to CALL the ATTENTION of tha FORMER CUSTOMERS ot JOHN R. l.AWiESCS A CO. and BRADLEY, PRAY A CO. to this stock of carriages; they are equal to any ever manufactured, and a rare opportunity I* offered to tliote in want of a line carriage. BY ORDER. 8. E. MERWIN, JR.. ASSIGNEE. Auction sale ok work horses. By JOHN A. DUNN. Auctioneer* Will sell on Thursday Novemb-r 1H. at 1(>X o'clock, at 349 West With St.. between Sth and fHh 11 vs., the entire contents of S. K. Hewitt Ice Company staolea. twenty Horses. Ica Carts, Doubla and single Harness. Ac Sale positive. or'ettitargaint^iso will but a handsome top Pony Phaeton, cost H?i; an elegant top Road Wagon, $1&>: a fine Harness, $<5; black bear Robe, HO; beautiful, young, sound bay Horse, $175. Stable 11 Weat 27th it. ?SECOND HAND CARRIAGES. Landau, our make, a* good as new, very law. Landaulet. our make, newly doue up. Demi Landau; this is a barg-tin. Road Wagons, city make, ono a "Windsor." Warerocyn*. Sth ar. and 21*t *t. |J- 8 ??* A-coupes, lasdaulets, la.ndaffgreatly ? reduced; Coupe for $l,7(Xi Lanoaulets, (1,UU>; <2,000 Landsus. S1.2&0; unsurpassed in tinisii. HAM. Broadway. T REDUCED PRICKS^ a line stook of Landsns, Rockawsy*. Landauleta, Doctors' I'hseton*, Coaches, Depot VV agon*. Coupe*. T 1 art*. Brougham*. Road Wagons. Trimmings of imported Moroccos and cloths Painting* of rich and durable color*, all of the molt elegant designs. A. 8. FLANDRAIL 3T2 and 374 Broome *t.. old *tand of Brewster A "o. Business wagons, trucks and carts, new and old, all kiuda, cheap; $15 to *200. No. 203 Eaat ?/Vth st. AKEK'S WAGON.-WANTED, A SECOND HAND Baker's Wagon, iu first rate order. Addrea* STILTON, Herald oBlce. C1ARRIA0E UEPAIRS.-Wktnvtte SPECIAL AT ytentlon to the superior facilities of onr repairing depart ment. All carriages fliiiahed Villi Valentine'* American varnish, superior to all of foreign manufacture in durability and brilliancy. Rrtimstcs furniilied. Orders received at Sth av. and 14th *t, or (actors. Broadway and 47th it. BREWsIEK k CO., of Broom* st. D KM I LAN DAL'?, made only bv BREWSTER, of 25th *t. Express wagons. $:#i to $100; grocers' wag ons, f5o. $I2,">: Butchers'. $M.V, llaktrs'.$<iO. $100: Milk, $"i>, $12 '; Deliver* Wagons. $7.\ $I2>. 22fl Spring it. FOR SALE LIGHT SINGLE* HARNESS, made TO order by Dunacomb; nearly new. Apply to A. H. DUNS COMB. 7 Great Jones et. F"htr sal~k7-a~8TYU<h s(7rrel~mark. i? hands, A yeara old; well broken to wagon and saddle; lears nothing and warranted *ound and kind: price $175. Dr GYLES, 112 nth av. LIOR SALE?A HANDSOME BROWN H0K8E, 8 1/ year* old. 1*>'4 hand* high: aoiind and kind. Apply to Dr. ANDREW If. SMITH. 110 East 38th *t , or at itabia Lift East 41st st. fpOK RALE? RoitHE ~AND COL' l*E, "AT~ 1(V~WE8T 1 30th at. (>R SALE-A MINSS * HTSYB \ s CLRTAIN Coach, in good order, $3-Vi, at 2iH West ftnth at. IjlOR SALE-TWO lloRSEh. scitahli. KOR ANY business, at half vain* : trial allowed. 1SU South 5th av TjlOR BALE-FOtTlf HOKSr.s. EXPRESS ~AND BUSI r ness top Wagon* and Harueia. Inquire I.">34 at- and atli av., stable. i>OR SALKT-A BLACK FILL BLOODED^H(7ri>AN Mare; 3 years old; sound and kind. 13>> West -'Sth st. lv7k sale-a rlack eagte bay mare, h yearb J old. I.i'4 h 11 nds lilsh . .1 IfOI'K I NS, 204 East Vlth st. I-IOR SALE CHEAP-A SIX-YEAR-OLD MARE AND llve-rnonths-nld Colt, together or separately; also new side liar Road Wagon and Harness. Apply to TlioM AS CREERY, lirand st.. corner of Coluinola, New York. CI ENTLEM AN SELLING OUT BREWSTER TOp T vVagon. 1'0'ipe, smlri lined; also Brewster one man too Wagon No. 3 W est 1:4th St. kentucky thorough bred, -splendid sad Wdle liorse, broken to harness, bay, 15.2; 4 year*; *ound and kind. 17West44tli. ____ _____ IANDAULET FOR SALE?IN GOOD ORDER. BV JBrew-ter A Co. iBroomn stA, at MOItOAN t BRO.'S storage warehouse, ci msr Hrosd>ray ami 47th St. Mortgager sale ok hobses-by mbyrr .* WOLK, Auctioneers?Will sell on Thursday, November IO, at 12 o'clock, at No. 11 Pell at., near Bowery, 13 Horses, Wagons, Harness. By order of the mortgagee. KFEB WANTED-ELhGANTLY LINED KIMBALL cutter Robe, Bell*, larga hustnaaa Horae, top Muggy. 7 th *?. 0 HORSES. CilRRlACEk. ?(/. PHILADELPHIA EXHIBITION ENGLISH CARRIAGES. Maun. HOOPER A CO.. OK london', Coaehmakers to the (jueen and H. R. H. the Prtnce of Wales. have determined on account of burned cases anil heavy return expenses, 'to offer for a lew days only" tbelr remain* ing unsold best london CARRIAGES at a great redac tion. "W* *pplj to their agent, Mr. J7 W. PAINE, Carriage annex. Private stable to let.-part ok private Stable No. 35 Kant 3.">tb at. Apply on tba premises. TCART. LJOHT. "in riNB~OKDBk. with POLE AND Abaft*, by Wood Broa.: 2 Depot Wagons. 1 top Phaeton, SHIO; several lour passenger Rockaways at low prlcea, 2 black bear Robaa, 2 sets double llarnrM. by Duusc>>mb. WW. 11. GRAY, 2 ? and 22 Wooster st. TO LET-ImuVATE STABLE* 131. 1? AND 145 Watt i;tb aud 144 Writ 5"th at. JAMES STIKEMAN. 76 Wall at. TO CAKRIAOE MA K ERS?FOR SALE, Til REE light fashionable Sleighs, in lead color, fully and mm pletely Irom-d, steel braces and stays, at JLBh'ti Carriage Furnishing Store, U7 Uowery. WANTKI> -(i E5 TLK M A N iThORSE TO WINTER FOR ill uae In the country, by a responsible perMin oanlnga place twenty nuleaiu New Jersey. '1 HUM AS, boa t>4'J I'oat office. New York. Will take 10 or 12 horses to winter at bio per montb; good stablln.; aud care. For turther infor mation inquire ol PIIKLAN A DUVAL.2J South William at., Ni-w York, or addicts EDWARD R. SLOCUM, l:a?t Long Hrancb. N. J. VVIN DSO K waoonIT VV mad* ouly by BREWSTER, of 2?thst. *7 C WILL Bl'Y A GOOD UO SE_COVERED BUSI I (.lues* Wagon and Harness. Seen from 10 to 3. Gro cery ?tore 2 Henry at. (j? 7 r ~will buy onb ok tTTe most stylish tP,( llilorses In tlie city, 17 band*; not perfecrly sound, but nothing that burta him ; suitable forcoope or any work; aold only lor want of u*e. 41 St. Mark'* place. FOR TOI: ROAD WAGON ANDlHARNESS IN perfect order. .WWeit l.'ith at. $100 Ci'i'l KKAI, ESTATA. run SALE. - tVntral.' An unusually commanding broadway Property, near nd St., 40 or SO teel front bylK>t?et; will lea*e or aril low and robuild with handsome elevation to anit either pianoforte, gas fixture. crockery, carpet, fur niture, publisher, sewing machine or clotliier'a busino-s. V. K 8TBV..NSON. .Jr.. 4 1'iuo and 33 hast 17tb st. OR BALE?A THREE STOKY AND ~ BASEMENT brick Houte . lot 2> feet 6 by 102 f-et H; will be aold cheap and ou easy term*. Apply on the premise*, UO Kaat 87 th st FOIt 8ALE?A VERY DESIRABLE FIRST CLASS 37.fi foot brown atone Home, south Hide of 40th st., Just weat Oth av . built by the late owner for bis own use. Ap plr to E. H. Li DLOW A CO., 3 Pine st. IjV>R SALE-handsome FOLK STORY IIIGII STOOP brown stone House. 4Uth at., between Stb aud Uth av*., 22xti.'>xHsi; terms to suit. TIMPSON A PEET. 1.4*8 Broadway, near 44th it. Kaat Ml'? FOR SALE-A BEAUTIFUL FOUR STORY HIGH stoop brown stone House, -SxHSxit 10, ou 27th *t . be tween 4th and Lexington avs.; price low to a prompt buyer. Apply to ISAAC IIONIG.lll Broadway, rooms O aud H, basement. foil SALK CHEAP-DWELLING; KA*T 19T1I L Address owner, I'oat office box t?24. IlltOOKLY.V PROPERTY FOR HALE AND TO LET. FOR BaLE-Nos. -13. 21.'.. 217 HKM'KS ST.; THREE atory basement *tone front House*. 2t>x41xUO- location and bouae* first class; U minutes to ferries; ,a bargain; im mediate possession; five two story basement stone tront -Houses, Greene av., 200 feet east of Keiil iiv., '211x44x100; all improvement*; .'4 minutes to Grand Mid Kooserelt stree ferries; $B.3llii; Immediate possession. Apply to K. O V ROOM AN, owner, ou premise* or bis residence, 444 Gate* *T. TO-LET OR FOUKALE-PAKTLV FU UN IS II ED. M Henry St.. near Carroll, Brooklyu, three story basement brown, 25x70; take Court street ran, Kulton f*rry; rent till May nominal, very cheap thereafter. Apply to I. SCOTT. 41 Barclay at., New Yon, or L. FOWLER, 377 Fulton st. Baooklyn. TO LET-1N BKOOKLYN, A BUILDING. SUITABLE tor a hat factory or other iiianfacturlng business ; Engine ?nd Holler for sale. It. A. IIOOl'KK A CO.. 3110 Wel la bout st, PUOPEin 1 OUT OK THE lliF KOH SALK OK TO KENT. A't ' NRW brighton?FURNISHED AN'D~UNFl R nlslied Villas; rent #23 month and upwards. JAMES M. TAYLOR. 1 Pine *t. A^rn HOUSE, Ift ROOMS. TO LET?AT RUTHERKURD, N.J. ThoBoardofa young man will be taken aa an equivalent lor rent. Address JAMEb D. bhinkerhokk, Rutheriurd, N. J. CCOLORADO SILVER MINeTkULL WOIIKINGS. PAY Mutt order dally, for ??le.?L'uexce tionable certificate*, assays and iruaranti-es; wish to sell entire tnlue in bills ; tree title; JiO (Km, Is worth, lifter Incorporation.$JOO OOti. Terms, particulars, B. F. T.. Herald office. ?JIACRES FINK LAND, HOUSE, BARN, STOCK O'/and Crop*, fln* iuve*tm?ut, near Utica. fl.'.TjO. 141 Broadway, room 7. 4?~1 /U\_('ASH^PLKA8ANT HOMES; INSTALMENT iPlUupltn ; prices. $HT>o, up.vard; Elisabeth, N, J.; see circular*. KELLOGG, 3 Broadwav. <t>O fwwt FARMTiITACltES GOOD LAND, 1% ?pO.UUUmlUs Irom town, ti.OOO cash, balanen can ro malu. ]f'. P. BERGEN. Somervllle. N. J. 40 /W W) WILL BUY ELEGANT_HOUSh AND UUwater Iront; four Collages; price $.l,5t <) e.u-n ; tarinseasy. CORNi.LL, Vauderbilt landing, Staten Island. "HEAL ESTATE to EXCHANGE. A THREE 8TOKY HKK'K HOUSE (ItHOOKLY'NJ TO exchange; llitht mortgage. Also Tract ol rich (arming and timber Land, near Ml?l*sippi River, free and clear. OSCEOLA. Her?ld office. AHB BROWN STONE HOUSK^IN EAST 57TII ST., TO excha-iue for Farm n*ar New York. Addrea* BARGAIN, I ptown llarald office. CVhTTkIk K Alt MS kor" "saTTe OR TO EXCHANGR /(or cltr property. Call or send stamn for "circular." GIBSON A CO., 47 Montgomery st. Jersey City. Four-story high stoop"house. fUeb and I clear, 13th ?t, alegaut order, fine naiubborhood, to ex. cuaitge for private house or small Hat, not lar (rom Madlaon *>|iiare. hXCIiANUE, nation D. W~ ILL LXChXn'gE-VIRGINIA PLANTATION (UK encuinberedi for good paying Business in Nesr York. Address, two tiays, PLANTATItJN. Herald office. V\TANTED?RESIDENCE, WITH ACRES. KRKE. ON VV north side of Staten Islaud. for nnencninbered l.ots In New York. Owner* address EDWARDS. 1J4 Henry it., Bro<ik yn. BRIOK TENEMENTS AND THRBh BRICK STORES and Dwellings in Jersey City, no encumbrance, exchange for private dwellings near Central Park. GIBSON A CO., 47 Montgomery st.. Jersey t'ltv. llEAL ESTATE WANTED. WANTED K) purchase-A HOUSE BETWEEN 14th and .SOtli sts. and 7th and Lexington avs. ; price about #IW.'Address WALTr.R BRETT. Flushing. N.Y ' WANTED TO PURCHASB-A PRIVATE DWELLING VV of thrae or four stories. 'J3 to 25 feet wide, between'Jd ?nd 4tb avs. and Mth aud 23d sts. Address, hlock. sue aud price, PRIVATE DWELLING. Herald Uptown office. "ftTAYSIDE HOU>17 BaRN AND SIIEDB. 213 MILKS VV on I<ong Island, C6.U0U; mortgage, ?1.SU0. HOTEL, Herald office. \Y ANTED?BOMK RAILROAD BONDS FOR ?(> LOTS, VV long and light MortgaKes. near New York, or will take aome Western Land or Furniture. 0. H. P1EKSON, 5 1'ine st. HOLSEN, llOOMS, ?VC .. Vt.VVTEU. In thin City and Brooklyn. "~ * SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY WISH TO RENT A .IXnicely furnished House In good location for the wintor. Address, with full particulars, A. D. A., liquid Uptown office. ' YV ANTED?A COMPLETKLY FUIINISH>.D FLOOR VV lor housekeeping; must have six rooms, vi*. ; dining room, sitting room, two aiesping rooms, kitchen ami ser vant's bed room- neighborhood from 14tn at. to 4.'d st., Lexington ar. toT5th av.; state term*. Address box 3,242 general Polt office. WA K TED-ONORNEAR BROADWAY, BKTWEEN Spring and Caual sts., two or three good Lo ts, one of which must have steam power. Address, with particular* and t.-rmi, LOKTs, box I3U lleraiil office. \lf aN I KD-TII REE OR FoI'TT ROOMS, KKOM litfR VV st.. East, to Broome or East Broadway and Sixtb ward. Address ALl'.X. NICOLLS, 14> Bowery. 1U ANTED-BY good tenant, furnished threr VV or lour story House, suitable lor few first class boariieis; vicinity. I rom Uth st. to 32d, between tith and 4th avs. , rent must be reasonable; pay sure, no children O. H. P1 Kit-ON. ? Pine *t. tit anted -small, house, Brooklyn or VTar* VV lent, tree from eiucumbraiiee. Tor $2,<*>'cash and Farm (Jeraey) or Lots. O. H. FlkRBON, ? Pine It. iiranFeF-1n a oenteel french f vmilv. two VV lurnlshed Ito ms. suitable lor lluht liousekeeping ; term* must be moderate. A. K. L , Herald office. 1*r ANTE D-APARTM BJTTS COX VENIBNTLY FIR VV nished for housekeeping, lor man and wife ; location be tween 4oth and Mlvn sts., east tide ol town , rent not to ex ceed $'JO to (2^ per montb. Address W. II. H, Herald office. rANTED-A FURNISHED FLAT, IN A FIRST CLASS neighborhood. Address HOME, box 1H4 Herald office. \v IITANTED?FLAT OR VERY SMALL HOUSE IN GOOD VV order In go al locality. Rent moderate. Addrese In de tail O., box -.2^3 Post office. WANTED--A SECOND FLOOR. FOR HOUSKKEKP Ing; not less than three rooms, unfurnished except car pels ami shades. In a private house ami good neighborhood, where parties are neat and particular; lerms ant to exceed $20 per month ; prefer west tide, near Elevated road. Ad dress box JJI Herald office. IITANTED TO RENT-A FURNISHED HOUSE FOR A VV private responsible party; rent f-'xi to Khx> per month. TIMPSON A PKhT, Agents, 1.4MH Broadway, uear 441 h it. _____________ nitv oooojo. Ai 1 111. \ N H ,t s pi K it's, \l\NI F\| 11 1:1 l;>. :i74 t'anal st.-Jobbers supplied with Ostrich Feather Trim ming. Best cotton and wool inorains, ?m\j bf.st double Cotton Chain, IOc and upward ; warranted reg ular goods. LultD A TAYLOR, Graud, Chrystis ami 1 or sytk its HILLIYKItY W I) DREgft^AKlSts.J A" -Marie tilmann, of paris. importer ? finest Paris Ml'ltncry; Bonnet* from best makers; uniquely eleu'ant. 423 Htli av.. near 2><th st. <1J7 ?TII AV. BETWEEN 14TH AND 1..TII STS? Ld L I Costumes elegantly made and elaborately trimmed; prices moderate. MOOTS AM> ?sMOKS. "TRON-CLaDS." X A strong, serviceable Shoe for boy* and youths. "Wangenphaat." Tliese popular English Shoe* can alway* be fonnd at OAMTMKlL'H, Na 341 4th at. EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS. (WNARD LINK.?B. AMD N A K. M. S 8. CO. J NOTICE. With ? view to diminish the chances of collision the steamers of (hit Una tikt > specific court* lor all seasons of ths year. On lilt outward passage trom Queenatown to Now York or Boston crossing tlia meridian ot V) at 43 latitude, or noth ing to lb* uorth ol 43. On tbe huiuewsrd paaaage crossing the meridian ot 50 at 42 latitude, or not It i n k to the north <>l 4J FROM NEW VUUK FOR LIVERPOOL AND QUBBNS TOWN. BOTHNIA Wed.. Nor. 15 ?ttUSMA WtA.Ktf.lB ABY??iNIA...WiMt.. Nov. 22 PARTHIA Wed.. Dec. 6 Steamers marked thus (*) do uot carry steerage passen gers. Cabin passage. $8n, $ton and $130, old, according to ac commodation. Return tickets on favorable terma. Steerage tickets to and I rum all parti of Europa at vary low ratea. Freight and passage office No. 4 Bowling tireen. CHARLKS G. FHANCKLYJJ. Agent. PA8SENGERS PER STEAM.slftp BOTHNIA EMB vRK from tbe t'unard wharf, foot uf Grand at., Jersey Clt>, at - 3 1 P. M. on Wednesday, 1 f>tt> November. 1876. CllAS. G. FRANCKLYN, 4 Bowling Graan New York. 1 NMAN LINB-MAIL STEAMERS. 1 KuR UUEhNSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL CITY OK BERLIN Saturday. November 18. at7 A. M. CITY OK CHESTER Sat a ra ay. December'.', at ti A. M. CITY OK RICHMOND. .Saturday, December U, at I - noon. CITY OK BERLIN..Saturday. December 33, at 9:30 A. M. from pier 45 North River. Cabin. f80 and $100, gold. Returu tickets ou favorable term* Steerage, #'?'8, cmrei.cy. Drafta at lowest ratea. Saloons, staterooms, nil ok in,' and bathrooma amidships. JOHN ti. DALE. Agent. Id and 33 Broadway, N. Y, ED STAK LINt. " vppointed to carrv the Belgian and United States mails. Tbe following steamers are appointed to sail;? TO ANTWERP. From Philadelphia. I From New York. NBDEKLAND Deo. 3 I SWITZERLAND ...Nor. 23 VADERLAND .Dec. 2?| KENILWOR FH ...Deo. 16 PRICES OF PASSAUE I? CURRENCY. First Cabin tSUO | .second Cabin $H0 .steerage ticketa to and trom all points at the loweat rates. Pa-sender accomnioilntlona for all classes unsnrpuaaed. For passage, rates of freight and otbec Infortuatlon apply to PETER WRIGHT A SONS, General Agents. 3u7 Walnut St., Philadelphia. GEORGE W. ('l)LTiiN, 4: Broad st.. New York* JOHN MoDONALD, Passeuirer Agent, No. H liattery place. New Y'ork. S' ITA I E LI N K. ~ NEW YORK TO GLASGOW, LIVERPOOL, DUBLIN. It.l.KAST AN I) LONDONDERRY, Irom pier 42 N'oitti Itiver (loot of Canal st.). as follows STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA Thuraday,November 18 STATE OF VIRGINIA Thursday. NoflPmber30 STATE OF NEVADA Thursday, December 1 STATE OK INDIANA Thursday, December It and every alternate Thursday thereafter. First cabin, $?Wl nud $70, according to accommodation . return tickets, SI lo, f L'5 Second cabin. $4 >; return tickets, l?8o. Steerage at lowest rates. Apply to aUsTIN BALDWIN A CO.. Agents, No. 72 Hroadwav. New York. STEERAGE TICKET AT 45 BROADWAY AND AT Tin: COMPANY'S PIER, FOOT OK CANaLST., NORTH RIVER. R HAMBURG AMERICAN PACKET COMPANY'S .LINE lor PLYMOUTH, CHERBOURG and IIAMiil'RG. buf.VIA Nov. 16 I Wi ELAND Nov. SO LOSING Nov 23 I HERDER Dec. 7 Rates of passage to Plymouth, Loudon, Cherbourg, IIlim bing and all points in England :?Fir?t Cabin. Slim, gold; Second Cabin, $tki. gold; Steeraua, $30, currency. EUHNIIAItDT A Co.. C. R. RICHARD A BOAS, Cen ral Agents, General Passenger Auent-, 61 Rroail st.. New York. HI Broadway. New York. MOST DIRECT AND ECONOMIC ROUTE TO HOL LAND. BELGIUM. THE RHINE, SWITZERLAND. AC.. AC.. VIA ROTTERDAM. steamer Rt ?TTB it DAM Not. 23 Steamer CtLA.ND Dec. 7 These beautiful steamera, carrying tbe l.'nited States mall to tbe Netherlands, are great favorite* with the public. Trips regular, rates low, comfort and living perfect. For freight. For passage, PUNCH, EDYK A CO. L. W. MORRIS. 27 South William at. 90 Broadway iMorrls' European Express. A' NCllOB LINE UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS^ NEW YORK AND GLASGOW. BOLIVIA..Not 1*. 7 a. M. ANCIIORIA.. .Dec. 2. 6 A. *. ALSATIA. ...Nov. 25, noon. CAL1PORNIA. Dec. 9, noon. TO GLASGOW. LIVKRPOOL OR DERRY. Cabin, $<>?? to $??!, .according to accommodations. Intermediate, $35 ?teern ".#28. NEW YORK AND LONDON. ANGLIA... Nov. 18 7 A. M. UTOi IA Dee. 2, 7 A U. Cabin, $55 to ?70; steerage, $28. Cabin excursion Tickets at reduced rates Drafts Issued fur any amount at current ratea Company's pier No*. 20 aud 21 North River, New York. HENDERSON BROS., Agents, 7 Howling Green. XTORTII GERMAN I.LOYD ~~ iN STEAMSHIP LINK BETWEEN NEW Y'ORK, SOUTHAMPTON AND BREMEN. Compauy't nler, foot of 2dst., Hoboken. ODER... .Saturday, Nov. 18 I NECKAR....Saturday. Dec. 3 HERMANN, Satd'y, Not. 25 | AM K NIC A. .Saturday, Dee 0 Kates of passage from New York to Southampton, Havre or Bremen Fiist Cablu. $100, gold; Second Cabin, $60, gold; Steer age, $3D, currency. Return ticketa at reduced rates. Prepaid steerage certificates. $32, currency. For freight or passage apply lo OELHICUS A CO.. 2 Bowling Green. . National line-from piers 44and 47n. r. FOR LONDON. Denmark Saturday. Nov. 18. 7 A. M. FOR QUKENBTOWN AND LIVERPOOL Egypt Not. Is, 7 A. M. I Italy Dec. 2. 3 P. M. Helvetia.. .Nov. 25, 11 A, M. |Tho ytiesn.. .Dec. 9,11 A M. Cabin passaice, $55, $?H or iS70, currency. Return ticket*, $100. #110or $120, currency. S.eera^e p issage. $26, currency. Draft* Issued from ?1 upward at current rate*. Apply ut the company's office, Stf Broadway. Steerage tickets can also be obtained at the company's pier. 44 and 47 North River. F W. .1. HURST. Manager. WILSON LINE. FOR SOUTHAMPTON "AND HULL, sailing from pier 33 North River as follows:-? OTHELLO November 25 1 NaV'AKINO December23 HINDOO ... December ll| t;OLllMKI) January U First cabin, $70, currency; second oabln, $45, currency. Excursion ticketa on very favorable terms. Through tickets ls*ue'l to Continental and tlaltic ports. Apply, lor tnll par ticulars. to CHARLES Ij. WRIGhT k Ou,MB South st. I ItEA I WESTERN STEAMSHIP LINR Gf TO BltlhTOL (ENGLAND) DIRECT, sailing fVom pi> r 18 East itiver as follows ARRAiiON, Srmons Saturday, Not. 2"> COItNWALL. Stamper Saturday, Dec. 2 Cabin passage. $70; intermediate. $15; steerage, f in, currency; excursion ticketa. $1211; prepaid steerage eertiS cates, $-ti. Apply to W. D. MORGAN, Agent, 70 South St. WHITE STAR LINE] FOB QUEENS I OWN AND LIVERPOOL CABBYINO THE UNITED STtTEs MAIL. t The steamers of this line take the laue routes recom mended by Lieutenant Maury, U. S. N.. going south of the Hank* on the passage to yuoenstown all tbe year round. BALTIC NoTember 25. at m>on. ADRIATIC December 2, at 5:30 A. M. BRITANNIC December l?, at 5:3" A. M. CELTIC December 30, st 3 P. M. From White Star D-cks. pier.>2 North Itiver. Rates?Saloon, $S'i and $100, in gold; return tickets on reasonable terms. Steerage, .f .IS. Saloon staterooms, smoking and bath room* are placed amid*hips, where the noise and motion are least, affording a degree oi comfort hitherto unattainable at sea. For liiapecilon of plans and other information apply at the company's office, 37 Broadway, New York. R. J. CORTIB, Agent. NITED STXTB* MAIL LINK-STEAM TO Ql'EENS TOWN AND LIVERPOOL. Sailing on TUESDAY from nier 4*1 North Rirer. DAKOTA..Not. 21. U A. M. | MONTANA Dec. 5. SK A. M. IDAHO...Nov JS. 2', P. M. I NEVADA..Dec. 12. 2>i P. M. Cabin, 165 $7o and $80, currency. Intermediate, $40: steerage, $28. Passengors booked to and from Paris, Hamburg, Norway, Sweden, Ac. Dratta on Ireland, England, France and Ger many at lowest rates. ? WILLIAMS A GUION. 29 Broadway. ONLY DIRKCT LINE TO FKANCE] THE GENERAL TRANSATLANTIC COMPANY'S MAIL STEAMERS BETWEEN NEW YORK AND HAVRE, CALLING AT PLYMOUTH (O. a) for tho landing of passengers. The splendid vessels on this favorite route for the Conti nent icabins prorid d with electric bells) will sail trom pier No. 43, foot ol harrow St., North River, as follows :? CAN Al>A (Franueul) Saturday, November IS. 7 AM. A.MERItJUE iPomals) Saturday, December 2. rt A. M. FRANCE (Trudelle) Saturday, December HI, 6 A. M. PB1CB OF PASSAGE IN GOLD. Including wines First cabin. $110 to $120. according to accommodation*; second cab.n. #7J ; third cabin. $40. Return tickets st reducad rates. Steerage. $2rt. with superior accommodation. Including wine, bedding and uteu>ils without extra charge. Loom DR BEBI AN. Agent. 55 Mroadway. " COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS PANAMA TRANSIT AND, PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP LINES. For CALIFORNIA. JAPAN, CHINA, AUSTRALIA. NEW ZEALAND. HRITISH COLUMBIA OREGON. AC.. ? ailing Irom pier 42 North ItlTer. For HAN FRANCISCO, ria ISTHMUS OF PANAMA, Steamship CRi.at i< s1 CI 1 Y Wednesday. Not. 13 connection lor Central America and South Parltlc ports. FROM MAN FRANCISCO TO JAPAN and CHINA. Steamship ClTY OF roKlG.. Pridey. Dec. 1 FromSAN FRANCISCO to SANDWICH ISLANDS, AUS THALIA and NEW ZEALAND. Steamship AUSTRALIA Wednesday, Dec. 6 For ireiglit or paasago applv to WU. P. CL.YDE It CO.. or II. J. BULLAY. Superlutendent. .No. rt Howling tireen, pier 4! North River, loot Canal st \T Y., HAVANA AND MEXICy.N MAIL US. LINMs i.1 .Steamers leave pl-r No. 3 North River at 3 P. M. FOR HAVANA DIRECT. CITY OF NEW YORK... Wedneaday. Norember 15 CITY OF HAVANA Saturday. No?ainbt*S3 CITY OF VERA CHI'/ tVedneaday. November 29 FOR VERA CRUZ AND NEW ORLEANS, ria Havana, Progreso, t," am peachy, Tuxnan and Tampleo CITY OF HAVANA. Saturday, Norember 23 For freight or passage apply to F. ALEXANDRE A SONS. 31 and 33 Itroadway. Steamers will leave New Orleans November 12 and De -sember I lor Vera Crur. and all the abova-ports. M OMAR'S NEW YORK, NKW ORLEANS AND TEXAS *t atoaliipa -The steamship NEW YORK will sail from pier 36 North River on Saturday. Norember 18, at.! P. M., for New iirleans direct, transferring Texas freight there to Morgan's Loui*lana anil Texas Railroad for .Yiorgaa City, thence per Morgan's steamers to Texan no ta. Through bills ol lading signed to all points on the Ml*siselpni Rlrar, Mo bile, lialvcston, Indianola. Corpus Chrlsti. Rockport, Brasoa Saiitiago. Brown*rllle. and to all points on tbe GalTtsioo, IIarrlsliiirg and San Antonio. Houston and Texas Central, International ami Oreat Northern Texas Paelllr and Trans- ? t ohtluental Railroads. Preiuht* for St. Mary's and Fulton lanile i at Rockport. _ Lu-hteraue uiid channel dues at Corpus Chrlatl and Bra sos Santiago at the expanse and rlak of conslunea. Insurance can be etlected under open policy of tha line. To New oilaaM, *t per cent; to Texas ports, per cent. For ireigbt or further inloraiation appiy to BOiiERT A MORGAN, Agents: office, nier 3?l North River VTF.W YORK AND HAVANA DIRECT MAIL LINE.? il These llr*t c!a?s steamships will sail at 3 P. M. Irom pier 13 North Biver, loot of CeUar st.. lor Harana direct as follows:? . CUBA Saturday. Noremhar IS COLUMBUS Wedneaday. November 22 For freight and passage, baring unsurpassed accommoda tions, anplyto WM. P. CLV DK A CO.. No 6 Bowling Oraea. McKKLLAR, U LING A CO.. Agents In Havana OTEAM TO BRAZIL AND RIVER PI.ATB DIRECT?* OThe steamship IK)NATI, Captain Watson, will be dea paiclied from Martin's store*. Brooklyn, Wednesday, tbe l.lth Decemner. lor Para. Pernambaro, Bab la. Rio de Ja neiro, Monte Video and Bnenoa Ayres, taking freight and paaaetiKera for the coaat ports at tbtough ratea. For freight or passage apply to BUSK k JBVONS, AgllK 74 1 COANTYVISK STK AUSHIl^. OLD DOMINION KTEAMSIII1* COMPA.VT " " sailing Irmo mar .17 North River for .Sorlolk, ?:i,j t'.,iut.nl Richmond Iuesdays, Thara Saturdays at 1 P .V . ceanectiag with the Virginia f? L">?. Atlantic Line Piedmont Air Line, Chesapeake and Ohio itulroad, ant with iua com* P*ny t aUtm lino* to Interior point* ia North Carolina mi Virginia, Nowowrn aud W.tihinxton. X 0 (via "VirtoiXl every Tuesday. Tharsday and Saturday. HortallO. . T"*' Monday and Ttiur?d*y u J P. IL, oonaaotinv with Maryland and Delaware railroad* ?*?m* riUMnger *ccorn#()od'itions un*ur|m^sod. Through r>H?,A4e tickets *nd Mil- of Udin* to *11 nolnti 5J ?'we?l rates Iii,u?4,lca W NortolK. Ac., !? par Mot Freight received daily ?t P'er 37 North River. Genera, offices. I'J7 lireenaricli at. N I. MOCKEADY. President. FOR NASSAU. N. P.-BlOULAIt MAIL steamship LEO leaves Near \ nrk November 20. _ MUKKAY. FERBLs A CO.. South at. BKRMl'DA. St THOMAS. west INDIMl ?51 ? eu'ular Mail steamship CaNIMA sail* for Hermuda, Kuvvmbar -H. makini; in 70 hours close connectlou there witli the Mall stesaer fur St. Thon:aa. Tina ia now the moat direct and ciieap-st route to Una favorite wlmer ra eort. For full particulars addreaa A. E. OUTEKBKIDUE. -V Broadway, NY. For i i a l i f a x ,n.8.~~ a nd~ st7~j o h n* ?. p. CROMWELL STEAMSHIP LINE. ^Steamers leara pier 10 North Hirer following day*, at] t.EoltijK CltOMWELL Tuesday, November U GEOROE ASIIINtJ I'ONFrlda\, November J4 Moat direct, cheapest and quickest route to Nora Scotia, Newfoundland and the Lower St. Lawrence Excellent pas senger accommodation* For freight or passage anolr to CLARK ? SEAMAN, St) Wait at. PP^ TEXAS LINK FOR GALVESTON, TOUCH INU AT KEY West carrying the I nited States mail ?The ateamer CITY OK AUSTI V, Captain Stevens. will anil on Satnrday. November IS, I87H, at 3 f. M., from plar M Kaat Ruer. Through bills of lading given to ail point* on the iloustoa aud Texan. Central International and iireal Northern, UaU veston. llouMon and llenderaon and the Galve?ton. 11 arris burg ^nd -an Antonio railroads. Freight and Insurance at lowest rutin, For freight or passage. having superior ac ci.tumo.lHtlon?, apply to C. II. MALLORY * CO., 158 Maiden lane. 1/10R NEW OKI.KAN'S DIRECT. C THtS CICOM>VELL LINE. . The ateaiuahlp NKW ORLKANS, Captain Dearborn, will call on SATURDAV. November Is. at :i o'clock Y. It, Irom pier No. U North Klrer. Thtough hllla ol lading given to Mobile itnd principal point* <mi the Miaalaalppi River, Cabin paasake, $iO; Steerage. fM. Apply to CLARK A SKAMAN, H6 Weat at. CEMI-WKEKL.Y LINK POR PORT ROYAL, S. tj.. AND Orer an.lina. Kla., aaillux every Tueaday and Friday, irota pier '.tl Eliot River, at H M. Steamer CITY OK DALLAS, Krldav, November 17. Sli-amer 111'NTSVlt.L.K. Tueaday, November Ui. Ticket* to all |>olnta in Kloilda. Apply lor iiiloriuation and ticketa to C. II. MALtiORY * CO.. 1">3 Maiden I an a. For piiiladk,lpiiia--tiik a noTTsteamshif A ?NE.'* will aa I Iroin pier :MI North River every Tueaday and Saturday, at I P. M Freight at ioneat rates. Intur ance under open policy or the line. >? per cent. For furthar lutormatioii apply to HOUMtr X MolitiAN, Arenta, plar 98 North River " TRAVELLERS' UUIDk.. A LBANV.?PEOPLE'S LIN^.^SPi.hNDnrafEAjiiC boat* laiive pier 41 North River, daily. Sundaya es? cepted, at ? P. M., lor Albany and all potnta North aud Waat. ClATsKILLCKEEK I.INK STEAMER NKWdHAM JI ION or UALTKlt BRKTT daily, from Canal at. niar *2 North River, tl C. M. Fare. Bertha tree P Fall hiver line to bostonT ~~?" via Newport and Fall River.?The world renowned ateatnboata BRISTOL and PROVIDKNCt leava plar M North River, loot of Murray at. dally (Suudaya axc?pied), at 4 :JU P. M. Through tickets sold at all the principal hotels la the city. [10R "PHILADELPHIA, ' via Long Branch and the New Jersev Snnthern Railroad. Leave pier 8, North River, foot Rector at., at II A. M., lor Philadelphia, Loitjf Branch, Tout'a Hirer and Vlnel'ind. ?4 l'.M , for Philadelphia, Look Branch, Toa'a River. Waretown and Tuekertun. W. 8. SNKDKN, O. M. PENNSYLVANIA RaILKOADT ORE AT TRUNK LINE AND UNITKu STATES MAIL ROUTE. Trama leave New Vork, via Ucsbrosaea and Cortlandt street terries, aa followa :? Expreaafor llarriaburg, Pittaburg. the West and South, wilb Pullniiin palace ears attached, tf :3U A. M., 6 and H-;t0 P M Uuudays, ? and 8::fn P. M. For Wililam*port, Lock Haven, Corry and Erje. at 2:10 and S:?i p. M.J connecting at Corry for Tltusville, Petroleum Centre and the Oil Regloua. Kor Baltimore, Waahlu^ton and the Sooth, "Limited Wasft? Inuton Express" of I'ullman parlor cars dally, except v Sutiduy, 9::Ui A. M.; arrive Washington 4:15 P. M. Beg alar at 8:4t> A. M.,2:40, 6^15 and 0 1'. M. Sunday, ?K? and H P. M. Expresa for Philadelphia, 7:30 8:10, 9-Sl) A M l^-SIL i :4t). 3, 4. &. ?. 7. H?.P, M. and la night. "Accom. modation. 7 A. M aud 4:10 P.M. Sunday. 8 A. M ."? dL S;:*l and t? P. M. Emigrant and aeuond claaa. 7 P. M. r or Centennial Depot at 8 A. M.. daily. Returning leav* Centennial Uepot at 4 :4"> and 5:30 1*. JL For trains to Newark, Kllxabuth, Italia av. Princeton, Tren* ton. Perth Amboy, Klptnlngton, Belvldere and othel points, see local schednlea at all ticket office* Train* arrive:?From Pittaburg. 0;ao and 10:30 AM. and 10:Jt> P. M., duiiy ; 10:10 A. M. and ti uiO P. M.. dally, ex cept Monday. Krom Wa*hlngton and Baltimore. ?;:*> and 0.4 I A. M? 4:10, 5:10 and IO:iO P. M. Sunday 6:8'i and 9:40 A. M. From Phila lelplua, .'>K?. 620 ?:3.j* 8:to, 10:10, 11:20, 11:5 A. M.. 2:ln. 3:50, 4;lo R-ltL ?:I0, ti:5o. 7:35, 7:40, 8:40 and 10:20 p. M Sunday 5<tt. 8:20,6:10. 9:40. 10:10, 11:50 A. M., 0;jO and 1 > Ji Ticket offices 526 and 944 Broadway, No. 1 Astor Hons* and loot of Deabmsses and Cortlandl ats.: No. 4 Coort sL Brooklyn: Noa. U4, lltt and 118 Hudson -t., Ilobnken* depot, Jersey City. Emigrant ticket office. No. 8 Battery P FRANK THOMSON. D M. BOYD. Jr. General Manager. Ceneral Passengar Ajsnt. S" TONINOTON LIN FOR BOSTON. * . REDUCTION IN FARE. To Boston, llrst cla*a, $4. - To Providence, Brat claaa. JB. Elegant ateamer* leave daily (except Sundays) from I ter .i.l North River, foot of Jay st. at 4 'jo i* M , nKKOVII.KNOK LINE STK AMSlTip^ from Pier 27 North River, foot of Park place, a* ? r. M. KXCI/HHIONa. A ORAND EXCURSION ACROSS THE BAT'T^ "d?Boats leave Whitehall St., loot of Broad ?"iif v ' '':|J,A- M ? 115.8:15. 4:15. 5mo an] Jd i>,? lii h Brighton, sting Harbor. West Bri*htoc And "ort Hichruond. fur? only 1(K'. ' FOR ==! A DEFIANCE SAFE, medium SIZE, WITH POWDE# pro..! lock aud iron vault, Patrick s make. In oomplet! order, cheap. Apply to ENGINEER, at Machine Carvina n orka, U2 (fannon St. ? A?FOR SA..E. COKNKK UKUCtRir.^, MiiAl .MaH' akets. nakeriaa, Reatauranta. Liquor Stores Cira* Btor??- M IT.:ilKLL'S, 77 Cedar s" A FIRST CLASS OYSTER HOUSE. RESTaURANI J?i .on "Cod avenue, for *ale cheap. OAff. i^r<? ?t hM 1 Til, Auctioneers, 17 Centre st. An EsrABLisiTicb boot and shoe store iw Rood location, for sale low to a responsible party. Annir personally or by letter at 2.253 2d av. A neatly fFtted UP RESTAURANT, DOIlvd A Tiru'ivr "n*1' f!" ?? h,d low fl*ur4? . Addresa RES* TAtTKANT, Hernia office. A?W?? -STORE FOR SALE-WELL E8TAB XXUsnea. well fitted up and doing: a good business, with s f*rur?.^'* ,?V? i satisfactory reasons given lor sell in*. An p'j At 254 Bin sr. IRAtTDE (:0I,0(JN*._TIIE TRUK RECEIPT IS TO ^ Mil, if required, sum pies siren by II. ZoLLER, 13 Berllch, Cologne, tier i.any. pioR KALEIbUTCHER SHOP;"l'RICK] $W(X 351 r Smith at.. Brooklyn. ?>R SALE-THK HKST PAYING LIQUOR STORE 0* X the weat aide ; muat be *old. UAfKNKY A SMITH, Auctioneers, 17Centre st. FOR SALE-TWO ri\E marble counters; TO BE seen at Mllleford A Baldwin's aecond hand lumber and fixture yard, 522 to 526 West 34th sL. between 10th and 11th avs. IpOR SALK?A FIRST CLASS MOWKRY IIA'f STOKK. in the best location, established 10 years, with or with' ont Mock. Address O. C. P.. box 4.870. city. For" salk-a dT>"wnt6wm sample room'?Z .. A,.7d^h,"c*: reaK>n for *lll?*. sickness of proprietor. | jj Old stip. For halk?the ht<kJic ano pixturrs or a Orocery .??tore, located on a very dealrable corner of twe leadlnr avenues In Brooklyn: owner will either sell or | lease the premises; thl* is an opportunity that has real merit in it, and deserve* attention. For particular* addreaa JOHNsON, box 148 herald office. 9 Moreaa Foil SALE?CHEAP FOR CA8H-A NICE LITTLE W '''"t''' doing a good buiiness. Apply to FOR SALK?OR WOl'LDTAKK a partner in one of the best paying Sample Rooms near tha City llalL Addresa STORK. Herald office. 7 U%U* FOR SALe-FlRST CLA88 OYSTER AND DININO sa'oon. with bar; all in rood order. Apply at 6ul ml a*.. New York. Four ytars establisheo uood patino Orocery for sate reasonable; good reasons lor sellla* f Apply . 21>esbrosses st. LIyCOR STOBE AM) BILLIARDS?E500; 3D AT.", line chance. Apply tl.'i Fulton at.. New >ork. Market for sale-<.nk of tiie best loca tloa. uptown; low rent; will be sold at a bar rain ? aa agents. Address W. L , Uptown Herald office. ' M" ORTOAUB SALE. TIUsITaY AT 10."PROMPT.-TH? Llqnor Stere 16 Broome st? corner Mangia. Baa aao. | tton column. CTATlbNERY AND TOY STORE-STOCK AND PaH ^Fixtures, very cheap to promut barer; good chance rot moderate capital; business well established. Bex 141 Herald Uptown office. ^ Tiik lease and fixtcrks~of~thb house ai lireenwl'h at lor sale; suitable for a hotel or boarding house. Inquire In the store. ft300 r^'OR . dimino ano Viystbr Saloon, doing a fair business; satisfactory rea sons given for soiling. !,?tfj Broadway. ^(10 -?** established siiirt mamueao* VltOyvillrilll Snslne*s for sale, or partaar taken. Address DRESS SHIRTS, Herald office. .I1ACHI*KK%. ?fjr*ANTSf)-Hoif 'WASHIN<;ToN~rtANh FlliisS'; it platen about 2.?>x38. Aildre*e V., W. A CO., IS Dstsk St., New Vork. utatnii. parttaalW*. Wanted-hydraulic prehsks of prom so to flOU tons oretsure. Addresa boa 3,117 New York Poet office. WaNTkb ?0 PCfcCHAsfc. SIZk PlREPROOlr SAFE WANtEbTMlHS XViie In good order and cheap, Addreee B. U. A, HeraM office. WANTED?ONB SIX-fOOT IRON TACUCK paw with or without Pump. Addreaa V. D. P., Herald oBea IT ANTED TO PURCHASE-A PAIR LACK cub TT tains and Bookcase about 9 feet long and AhUk' mmi be cheap AiMr. s* "CASE." box 322 Herald aglta COA la A V o VViXliK = ^