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THE NEW YORK HERALD.
WHOLE NO. 15,414. NEW YORK, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1878.-TRIPLE SHEET. PRICE THREE CENTS ' DIRECTORY FOR ADVERTISERS. HERALD BRANCH OFFICE. 1.265 BROADWAY OPKN DAY AND NIGHT FOR RECEPTION OP ADVERTISEMENT!! AND SALES OF PAPERS. AMUSEMENTS?2n Pagb?5th and 6th cola. ASTROLOGY?I2ti? 1*a<;k?<<tl> col. BILLIARDS?I2tii Panic?Stli col. BOARDERS WANTED?2n I'agk?1st col. HOARD AND LODGING WANTED?2 n PiGB?lit eol. BROOKLYN BOARD?2d Page?lit col. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES?11th Pagb. BUSINESS NOTICES?7th I'auk?6th col. CITY REAL ESTATE FOR SALE-Ist PAGB-5tb col. CLERKS AND SALKSMEN-l:*? Pag*?6th col. CLOTHING?12th PAUK-6th col. COACHMEN AND GARDENERS?I2th Pagb?6th col. COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS?2D PAOK-3d and ttLcoli. DANCING ACADEMIES?lar Page?ttb eol. DENTISTRY?12th Paoe?6th col. DRY GOODS?1?t Page?4tb col. DWELLING HOUSES TO LET. FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED?liT Page?5th col. EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS?2d PAGB-3d col. FINANCIAL-IIth Page. FOR SALE?1st Page?6th col. FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?lit Pace?5th col. FURNITURE?2d PAGi-lot col. FRENCH ADVERTISEMENTS?12th PAOB-flth coL HELP WANTED?KEMALES? 12th Page?5th col. HELP WANTED?MALES?12th l'AG?-?th col. HORSES, CARRIAGES. AC.?1st Page?3d and 4th cola. HOTELS?2n Page?1st col. HOUSES. ROOMS. PLACES OF BUS1NE88, AC.. WANTED?lar Page?5th col. INSTRUCTION?lorn Page?5th col. LOST AND FOUND?1st Page?1st col. MACHINERY?2d Page? 1st col. MARBLE MANTELS?2d PaW?lit coL MEDICAL?12th Page?6th col. MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING?1ST Facb?tth eol. MISCELLANEOUS ADVEKTISKMENTS-IOth Pagb-5U> and 6th coin. MISCELLANEOUS?11th Paob?5th coL MUHICAL-Ist Page?6th col. PERSONAL?1st Page?1st col. PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, AC.?2d PAGB-Sth col. . POLITICAL?1st Page?6th col., and 2d I'agk?1st col. PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALES? 12th Page?5th col. PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO RENT?1st Page?5th col. REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE?1st Page?5th coL REAL ESTATE WANTED?1st Paob?5th col. REWARDS?1st Paoe?1st oil. SALES AT AUCTION?2d Paob-2d and 3d cola. SITUATIONS WANTED-FKMALES?11th PAOB-6th col., and 12th Paoe?lit, 2d, 3d. 4th and 5th eoli SITUATIONS WANTED?MALE8-12TH Page?5th and 6th cola. 8PECIAL NOTICES?1st Paoe?lit and 2d cols. SPORTING?DOGS, BIRDS. AC.?1?T Page?3d eol. STORAGE?2o Page?6th col. THE TRADES?12th Page??th col. THE TURF?lir Page?3d col. _ . , TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES?lir Pace?5th col. TRAVELLERS' GUIDE?2p Page?tth col. UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? Irr Page?5tli col. WANTED TO PURCHASE?2d PAGK-6th col. WATCHES. JEWELRY. AC.?12th Pace?6th coL ^ PERSONAL. ^Wi0NO?^rE^^SCALLY''C?^PlRAer~?0 V. prevent me from obtaining or holding employment con tinues It will be summarily dealt with. E. D. HAVE WAITED PATIENTLY; SaY~W F.DN BSD A Y\ same place and hour as last time. CLARA CLARA. IF ZACHARIAH CLE M EN TSO N ~W I LLC A LL ON HIS motl>er. at 63 Irving place, corner of IBth St., New York city, he will hear of something to his advantage through the death of his father, Ilanry Olemintaon, of Demerara. Any porson giving Information of the whereabouts of the above gentleman will receive $50. TF LADY IK RED I1AT. GUIPURB LACE AND PXARL 1 opera glasa. who sat ill third row of parquet. Fifth Avenue Theatro, Saturday night, would deign to make acquaintance of the gentleman in boa whose attention she attracted, pray addroaa A. B. F., bdk 106 Herald Uptown office. R. WARNER, FORMERLY "BOOKKEEPER TOHX Weber piano raanufactnrer. Now York, would oblige by sending bis present address to C. WEILAND, 165 West llHli stl, New York. Very important. RS. CHARLOTTE CLARK. NEE MOON, OF MEM~ phls, woo id oblige a friend by sending her present ad dress to J. H. COOPER. 830 Uth sr., New York. M~ TnSTRKLS, SATURDAY KVEKINO ?WILL LADY iu dark droos and bat. gray glovoe, in centre seat, near the front, grant Interview with gentleman in box? Address FRANCISCO, Herald Uptown office. O ANSWF.R RECEIVED; WILL BE AT RRKDEZ vous 7:30 end wait half hear. DEML I F w ILL EDWIN BRAY PLXABI SEND HIS ADDRESS or call at his last winter's employer's 1 LOST AND FOUND. Y~OSTOR BTO LEN~FROM" Til E MAILBETWeEN ST. XJLonls and New York. Note of Brook ml re A Ranken, No. 1,876, dated St. Louis, September 23. IS7S. at 60 days, for M.MS 55, payable at the offlee of J. A J. Stnart A Co., New York, to the order of oiirsolves and ludorsed. All persons are hereby cautioned against negotiating the same, as pay sient has been stopped. (Signed). Oct. 20, 1878. BROOKMIRE A RANKEN. Lost?off~ahskcom. n J-. on Thursday night. October 31, 187S, a white painted clinker-built Surf Boat, containing one fishing net, four anchors aud buoys, Bve sweeps. Any vessel or person finding the above boat will be tiberilly rewarded bv addressing C. II. YAM DYKE, ' Seahright, Monmouth county, N. J. L~08T^A~RPITX TKKKIF.R.-YESTERDAY MORNING, in 25th St., Iictween 6th and 7th svs. The braes collar has the number 4,308. Bring that dog back to 397 7th av. OST^SATUR DAY EVENING. POCKET BOOK OON taining $156, also note for R2.V), besides ether pnpors of no use except to owner. Liberal reward for He return to 6PELLMAN. hatter, corner Chatham and Chambers sts. I" GST-SATURDAY AFTERNOON, BETWEEN 42D ST? Jand 92d at. ferry. Ladies' geld Watch (Ncufcbatel make). Finder will bo liberally rewarded if returned to 139 East 43d *t. LOST?ON BATURDAY. NOVEMBER 2, lire. A TOR toise shell Breastpin, shlold shape, with a female heed raised In relief. Attached to the pin as a pendant was a tortoise shall Urn. The finder will be suitably rowordod by leaving tho seme at the residence of the owner, Ne. 213 West 43d st. XT0VEMBER S?lo?T IN 25TH ST., BETWEEN 1ST J.3 nnd 2d avs., on Sunday mnrning. about 8 o'clock a Pocketbook containing slioui SUM and some papers. Finder gill be rewarded by returning It to OWNER, 823 East 25th *. KKWAKDS. totir W-THtwlffiTifK tDO.tnd Hth ?vh, a long. black Onyx Breaatpin, with pearl* through the coiitre. Kinder please return to 32 Kant 23d at. j. ,- REWARD WILL BK PAID FOR RETURN TO 520 Pt^Hth nr. of n small black and tan Bitch, with red oollar, mat Saturday afternoon. r~REWARD-N() OUBSTKJNB ASKED. FOR RE ip I r/cnvery of the gold Watch (Jules Jurgonsen, maker). No. ft.UsM; name Henry II. Kdgerton. Knafgnetta Ariauna, tngraved near kevholo; atolen on November 1. By delivering tame to J. IIVMAN. 354 Bowery, above reward will be paid. _ SPECIAL NOTICES. ^ ?LOU ISIAN A STATE LOTTERY Co"5P;Ln9.-Tt NEVER SCALES OR POSTPONES. ELEVENTH ORAND DISTRIBUTION AT NEW ORLEANS, NOVEM BER 12; 1,167 PRIZES, AMOUNTINO TO $110,?$; CAP a ITAL PRIZES, $30,000, $10.1)00, $3,000. AC.; 100.000 TICKETS, TWO ($2) DOLLARS; HALVES, ONE ($1) DOLLAR. APPLY TO M. A. DAUPHIN, P08T OFFICE BOX 002, NEW ORLEANS, LA., OR II L. PLUM, 319 BROADWAY. NEW YORK. A?MAIN DRAWING SAXON LOTTERY a cotumenrea to day Only a few ticket* left. Sfl.tkk)Ticket*. 3H,U*l Prisee, amounting to cold 11 S53.(V*> Relchsraarks. flott.iai) Reichamarka, :?u>.<a? i Reichamarka, 210.000 Reichamarka, 13t),0ll> Reichamarka, lm.ixsi Reichamarka and nthera. 2,000 Nuinbera and 2 too Priaea will be drawn every week day until November 25. Whole tickota, $tk); half. $30: quarter, $15; eighth, $7 SO. Royal Havana Imttery. Lonlaiann State Imttery. Kentucky State Lottery. Kentucky and Georgia dally drawings. Full Information aent free. THEODORE ZNCIIOOII, 23 Park rew. T~HERMAN TEA CARAMEL-A NEW REMEDY FOR uYcoughs and irritation of the threat. Prepared and anld ?uly at the It. P. tilHSON Candv Depot, 64 Weal 34th at.; erdera by mall promptly attended; price per package, 20 rent a. All diseases of men, whatever the ranae, recent or lone standing. speedily and perma Deiitly cured by Dra. DYER A ORINDLK, 47 Weet 13th at . near titii av. American institute quarterly sTkTTtYno will be held a* Ita rwma. In the thmper Building, un Tliuraday, tho 7th day ul Nov ember, at H o'clock P M. NATHAN (' ELY. Prealdeut. Advice"free -dr. whitehead. professor of Midwifery. Safe and satisfactory treatment gnaran. I I 21."> Eaal C.tli at., near Id av. A LL SPECIAL COMPLAINTS CERTAIN. KArK AND iiermanetitly cured to either eex. Dr. COX, 3UJ Kaet lOlli at. ATTENTION!?THIRTY YEARS' PRUBMAX AND American practice; apec-laltiea, diaeaaea of men and loaa cd ntatthood; conauitatlon freo. Dr. JACOBY, 161 Bleacher at. A -BEST FOUR YEAR OLD RYE WHISKEY IN ? the world, $4 per gallon : $1 per large bottle. N VAN HEII.. MS Chamberaat. A ?AVRR CURE FOR H'No. throat and mala i\?rlai diaeaaea; nae only Van Boll'a Rye and Rock ; price, II per large bottle; all druggists hare it, and at depot, US Chambers at., aovon doora wcat of Hroadway. ' N. YAW BKXL. A"" -RHEUMATISM POSITIVELY CURKD.-RIJRO .PKAN RHEUMATIC SOCIETY hae removed from 207 to 210 Weat ;?4th. Only genuine office In America, and Incorporated nndnr art "of February 17, 1S4S. No charge* In any case except fur medicino. Consultation, terma and circulars free. A" "ZskTLFI I. TREATMENT FOR ALL COMPLAINTS. ?hoard and iiuraiitg. Dr. and Mine. SELDEN. 220 Imx Iggioa av. Attention, patients dr pbotin, ? bond at.; 2<t yeura Paris hospital experlenee; all dlaoaaoa; ?kin disorders. neivoua debility pnrfeetly cured 7 1aT\RRI|7DEAFNESS AND THROAT DISEASES Immediate relief and permanent rttrea effected In the moat aggravated euaea by Dr. LKIIITHI LL. No. II Weat lit It It at. Reference* of the highost charerter. from aonie of the moat InHiomtlal and prominent reaidenta of Now Vork. Consultation from it to 1 mid 5 to 7. d-1IIAlU.ES II FOSTER. SPIRITUAL SEANCE 8," 12157 Mi omlnay, aecond floor. T^ivOllCES SPEEDILY OIITAINED- TERMS SI I'ER J/latlvely reasonable; CONSULTATIONS free. FRED EKICK 1. KINO, I/awyer,It Saint Mark's place, adjoining Cnnpcr laiatllufc. 1 \ivORCRB Ul IETI.Y, IN NEW YORK; Alivn K J /free REED'S LAW AGENCY, 1 College place, corner Bet clay, room 7. SPECIAL NOTICES. _ ff^GVftst?tr^x^iv'6& stAfE""'?RAWwaa: JL.KKNTOCKT? KXTKa CUM M. 621 ? NOTUXIUtK 2. 1878. 85, 6. 57, 34. 54, 46, 8, 50. 10. 72. 62. 13. KKKTCOKT?CLASS SO. 022?SOVKUBKH 2, 1*78. 15 35. 3, 77, 61, 28. HO, 54. 46, 12. 40. 30, 58. SIMMONS A DICKINSON. Managers. GEORGIA (TATE?EXTRA CLASS NO. 641?SOTKEBEE 2, 1*78. 03. 65, 53. 71, 43, 23. 2. 13, 44 . 76, 30. 35. GEORGIA state:?CLASS so. 642?NOVEMBER 2. 1*78. 81. 12. 82, 45, 35, 70. 42, 26, 53, 40, 75. 68, 18. K D. EDDY A CO.. Managers. Information given regarding the above drawings. Apply to CLUTE A CO., Bankers, 200 Broadway, rear office. -"LOUISIANA SINGLE NUMBER DISTKlBUTION , draws November 12. Capital prise, $30,000. Prises amounting to $110,400 to be distributed. Tickets, $2: Halves. CI. Single namber Kentucky draws November IS. Capital prise, C15.O00. Tickets, $1 CLUTE A CO.. Beakers. 200 Broadway. E E?ROYAL HAVANA DRAWS NOVEMBER 6. , Capital prise. B200.000. 8810,000 to be distributed. Tickets. 840, $20 $1<J> $5 82. 81. CLUTE A CO., Bankers, 300 Broadway. UR HEAL 8ACQUE8 REDYKD IN THE BEST tnanner, darkest shade and highest lustra: time, 10 days. Apply at No. 33 Howard at., or at the factory, 44 and 46 Steuben St., Brooklyn. E. C. BOUGHTON, 33 How ard st. Havana, no v em be* 5.-capital, 8200.000 ?. tick. ets, 840. 81. Royal New Hruaswlck, St. Stephen, draws November 30. Tickets, 81. FIELD A CO.. 1.312 Broadway. TUST I'I'BLI8HKD?THE PROGRESS IN MEDICAL f) SCIENCE, on skin diaaaeae and impurities of the Wood. Mailed free for 10 cent*, direct from the authors, Drs. JACQUES A BRODIE. No. 7 University place. New York. ?ROYAL HAVANA DRAWS NOVEMBER 5. CAPITAL PRIZE. $200,000. SECOND CAPITAL, 850.000. THIRD CAPITAL. $25,00a WHOLE TICKETS. $40: HALVES, $30, QUARTERS, $10; EIGHTHS, 85; fWKNTIETHS, |U: FORTIETHS, 81. LOUISIANA STATE DRAWS NOVEMBER 12. capital prize, ssonoo. WHOLE TICKETS, $2. HALVES. 81. JACKSON A CO., Bankers. 82 Nassau St., near Pnlton. K. ?COMMONWEALTH DISTRIBUTION COMPANY. SIXTH GRAND DRAWING AT LOUISVILLE. KY.. NOVEMBER 30. NEARLY 2,000 PRIZES, 8115.400 CASH. $30,000. $10,000, $5,000 CAPITALS. TICKETS ONLY 82: HALVES, 81. JACKSON A CO.. BANKER8, GENERAL AGENTS, 82 NASSAU ST. M Kentucky statr draws November ?; tickets, $1. Lontalana draw* November 12; tickets, $2. Sealed and open risks taken daily; ticket* at the old prices; private parlors for ladles at 838 Broadway. Office hoars 7A. M. until 8 P. M. B. NATHAN, 181 end 838 Broadway. ~~ AKBLB MANTELS, ORAVESTONBL, TILING; bottom prices. A. KLABER, 184 Bast 18th St., near 3d av. i"m:- _ Diseases of man and the nervons system n specialty. Important esses, medical or surgical: impairment of any organic functinn, hereditary or constitutional taint. HENRY A DANIELS, M. D.. 144 Lexington av., near 2(>th st. Hours, 8 to 3 and 6 to 7. AITS MISSION ON RARTH?A THOROUGH MEDI eal treatise Indicating how confirmed disabilities may be removed. The experience of twentv years' "tody, obser vation and professional practice, showing the agencies that will insura restored manhood, strengthened vitality and sound condition of health, that have been impelled by 'over-taxed powers. A statement of obstacles to marriage and at the means by which they caa bo removed. By mail, 25c., currency or postage stamps. Address Secretary Mu seum Anatemy ana Science, 1.146 Broadway, New York. I8H BESSIE RANE WILL GIVE MAGNETIC treatment for nervous diseases, rheumatism, Ac. 235 6th av. VflSS IIATTIE GIBBS CURES RHEUMATISM; MAG JVXnetic treatment. 158 East 28th St., first door. Brat door; flon't ring. 188 CARLETOM CURBS RHEUMATISM, GIVES nacnetic treatment. 201 8th av., twa flights, front. Don't ring. 188 CLAYTON AND ASSISTANT, MAGNETIC PHY sician.?Office hoars from 8 to 6. 102 Wost 13th st. -ROYAL HAVANA DRAWH NOVEMBER S. L878. o". CAPITAL PRIZE 300,000 PESOS. Ail prises cashed by u*. Havana Bank Bills bought and sold. Drafts on Havana issned. a VIADERO A CO., Bankers, No. 1 New St., New York. POLITICAL PRINTING. POLITICAL PRINTING. POLITICAL PRINTING METROPOLITAN MS m: o. PRINTING 38 ANN ST EVERT TARTBTY OF -PRINTING, PROM A VISITING CARD TO A MAMMOTH COLORED POSTER. WORK SENT TO ANY PART OP THE COUNTRY, C. O. D. FIRST CLASS WORK AND LOW rRICE8 FOR CASH. METROPOLITAN JOB PRINTING OFFICE, 28 ANN ST. POLITICAL PRINTING A SPECIALTY. PRINTERS SUPPLIED WITH PATENT READY CUT Election Sticker RlankMhy BERLIN A JONES, Envel ope Company, 134 and 136 William St., New York. P~ I I.E.6 !?DR. CHANDLER'S PILON; SURE CURE for Piles; gives Instant relief; is harmless; is never (ailing; all Broadway druggisu; 50 cents per package. E. CHANDLER, Proprietor. ?RHEUMATISM?POSITIVE CURB GUAR AN ?teed. EUROPEAN RHEUMATIC SOCIETY has re moved from 2ff7 to 310 West 34th. ROYAL Havana lottery. NEXT DRAWING NOVEMBER 5. BlO.lWl) pesos In prixes. For particulars address M. A. MARTINET. A CO.. Banker*. 10 Wall at., bneement, New Yonc. RO i Rheumatism.?term a went cures uuaran toad. EUROPEAN RHEUMATIC SOCIETY (formerly 2U7 Weat 34th), now only office 50 WmI Wlh at. oVal Havana lottery.?nbx? ordinary rawing NoTombar 5. $K 10,000 drawn. Capital, RftVYJJOU' Prises caahed, order* filled, Information fur nished. TAYLOR A CO., Bankers, 11 Wall at. STATR ON NEW YORK."OFFICE oTthE SKCRR tary of State, Albany, July 30 1K7H.?To the Sheriff of the Coonty of New York Sir?Notice la hereby given that at the general election to be held in thin State on tho Tues day succeeding the Drat Monday of November next (Novem ber 5) the following officer* are to be aloe ted. to wit:? An Aneoclate Judge of tho Court of Appeal* (for a full term). In the place of Samuel Hand (appointed by the Governor In the plaea of William F. Allen, decaaaed), wliiim term of office will axplra on the laat day of December next. A Representative In the Forty aixth Congress of the Uuiti'd State* for the Fifth Congmsalonal district, com posed of the First. Second. Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Eighth and Fourteenth wards of the city of New Yerk, Rodin*'* Island, Kllia' Island and Governor's Island, la the county of New York. A KepresentttUve In the Forty-sixth Congress of the United St?lea for the Sixth Congressional district, com posed of the Seventh. Eleventh and Thirteenth wards of the city of New York, In the county of New York. A Representative in the Forty-sixth < on ernes ef the Unltod States for the Seventh Congressional district, com posed of the Tenth and Seventeenth wards of the city of New York, in the county of New York. A Representative in the Forty-sixth Congress of the United Stale* for the Biglith Congressional district, com posed of the Ninth, Fifteenth and Sixteenth wards, and that portion of the Eighteenth ward lying within Fourteenth street. Twenty sixth street and Fourth and Sixth arenas*. In the rlty of New York, in the county of New York. A Representative in the Forty-sixth Congress of the United state* for the Ninth Congressional district composed ef so much of the Twentieth ward aa lies within Twenty sixth street. Fortieth street. Seventh avenue and the Hud son Rivsr, snd so much of the Twelfth and Twenty-second wards as lies within Fortieth street, Spayleh Durril Creek, Eighth avenae and Madron River. In the city of New York, In the county of New York. A Representative la the Forty slxlh Congress ef the Uulted States for the Tenth Congressional district, com rosed of so moch of the Eighteenth ward a* is saet of mirth arsons, and so much of the Nineteenth and Twen ty first wards of said city as Is oast of Third arenas and lilsckwell's Island, In the city of Now York, In tho eonnty of New York. A Representative In the Ferty rlxth Congress of the United Stales for the Eleventh Congressional district, com fused of so inurh of the Twentieth s ard as lies within wenty sixth street. Fortieth street. Sixth snd Seventh ave nues. and so mneh of the Twelfth and Twenty-second wards ss is east of Eighth avenne. snd so inaeh of the Nineteenth and Twenty-first wsrds of said eltr as lias west of Third are one and Ward's and Randall's Islands, In the city of New York, county of Now York. County officers situ to he sleeted for snld eonntyw Twenty-one members of Assembly. A City Judge, in the place of Jpatah Sutherland A District Attorney, In the place of Benjamin K. Phelps. A Coroner, In the place of Moriti Ktllnger. All whose terms ef office will sxpire en the last day ef De cember next. Also a Senator for the Seventh Senate district (In the City of New York), to All the unexpired term of John Mor rlaser, deceased. Respectfully yoius, ALLEN C. BEACH, Secretary of Stat* Nnrnirr* Omen, ( Nxw Yiisi, July 31, 1H7S. I I certify that th* foregoing Is s true copy of the Election Notice received by me this osy from the Snrresarr of State. BERNARD RKILLV. Sheriff of the City and County of New York. ^RHBUMATTsM?POHIT1V K CURE GUARANTEED" .EUROPEAN RHEUMATIC SOCIETY ha* removed from Li 17 to 210 West 34th. 967 QQE ?NEXT DRAWING KENTUCKY STATE .uJXJ.l .Lottery November 13; $07.02.! distributed ... l.reo prises; capital prise, flA.tAD. Tickets only $1. Lucky office, 1,227 Broadway B. H. PORTER A CO . Northern Agent* #1 Q&ft 1)1)11 -EXTRAORDINARY ROYAL ~HA 1 )? JU.l/l/Vl.vann Lottery, drawing December 24 Capital, dOUU.OUD Ordinary drawing, November f> Capi tal (WW.PU). Order* filled and prlxo* cashed For further Information address SONNENRERG 3 CO., Now llsvnn, Cnnn. Q7 I -ROYAL SAXON LOTTERY | *?U.dl 'X. ?i I?eipeht. Oermnnv November 4. i (irises, amounting to $2,7211.374. gold Nearlt every other ticket draw, a prise. ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY. Noyembrr 3. Capital prise, f-'lSl.tH); BSIU.ISIOCash Gifts. Tickets. Sit); Quarters, f 10; Eighths, fft; Fortictlis.pl. LOUISIANA STATE. Nov 12 Tickets, $2; llslvcs. I. Frizes cashed Full information of the above sent free. J. DUFF A CO., Bankers, 42 Nassau St., comer Liberty,N.Y. ws 8PORTINCUOOOS, BIRDS, *<? aWeo?m V zlES C6X51 r4~ nTfXcSXSfaiTFSl breech-loaders. SPIES, KISSAM A CO., 279 Broadway. THE Tl'KK. AmERIcaN JOCKKV 0 1.1'B?J FROME pXffiC" Election I>ut. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER .V Soven Races. including Steeplechase*. Raver commence promptly at 1 o'clock. Held. 5T Admissiou to field. 50e. C. WHKATtT, Secretary. A. BELMONT, Preeident. A?A ?A.?JEROME PARK-EXTRA DAY, TUBS .DAY. NOVKMHEK 5, BOOKS open oa the HOTEL STAKES; also cau be roneulted on the ELECTION. HOURS, 10 A. M. to 10 P. M. KELLY A BLISS, 16 West 28th st A -COMBINATION. STRAIGHT AND PLACE BOOKS ?open at 1,215 Broadway, on the race* at Jerome Park; alee on all candidate* tor election. T. B. JOHNSON. A-A.-JKKO.MB PARK RACES.?TUESDAY. NOVKM ?ber 5. ORDERS for FRENCH POOLS receired at 15 Weal 28th at. KELLY A BUSS. B OOKS OPEN ON JEROME PARK RACES AND THE election. No. S Barclay at.; No. 19 West 28th at. W. LOVELL. JEROME PARK, NOVEMBER 5.-BOOK OPES ON the handicap and eloctlon atakea. H. STANFORD, 1,193 Broadway. JEROME PARK.?BOOKS OPEN ON THE EXTRA day and the eloctlon evente at 19 Weet 28th et. W. LOVELL. Tatters all's, . 1.225 ""'.bMoadw ay.?books" on Jerome Racea. Mr. M'DC(UUAI*|i can be seen respect ing election matter*. Opeij_ftfJ*h tlirll P. M. horses, r n ifUflri) ac. ArxucTiGir: __ _ BY VAN TASSKLL A' KF.ABNRV, AUCTIONEERS, AT THKIR HORSE AND CARRIAGE AUCTION MART, 110. 112 Kaat 13th si. near 4th ar . ON VUBSDAY, 5TII NOVEMBER, at ten o'clock. ELEGANT PAIR CHESTNUT HORSES, 16 HANDS 1UGH, Byoarsold; have been uaed to a private car riage; are prompt, very atylleb and handy driver* make a first claen tandem team ; are both thoroughly tnd kind bTdket?- Sb^. Dress Blmtketa. Whipe^^, ROCKAWAY. morooco A TTKNTION. STOCK BREEDERS! A. GENERAL GRANT, GENERAL GRANT. THE CELEBRATED BULL. ONE OF THX FINEST BULLS. ONE OF THE MOST VALUABLE BULLS IN THE COUNTRY, NOW ON EXHIBITION. WILL BE S6LD AT AUCTION TO-MORROW, 12 o'clock, AT ARCH. JOHNSTON'S MART, 19 to 25 13th it., near University place. GENERAL GRANT la three year* lod; sired by Imported Red Knight, dam "Gold Drop," both of St. Peter's, Isle of Jersey; Imported by J. Howard McHenry, ef Baltimore, Md. Full pedigree forntehed. See Jersey Herd Book, Nee. 866 and ?22. A -FOUR HORSES WILL BE SOLD AT SACRIFICE; .also two chunky built Horse*. 210 Chrystie si, near Stanton. A -CARRIAGES AT 8LAU6HTER.-PHAETONS, ? Buggios. Rockaway, Depot Wagons; must be sold to make room for Sleighs. CHARLES GRUBE, 360 Canal st. A -FOR SALE. ONE COUPE HORSE; ALSO THREE ? florae* fit for farming, grocers or general, use at half ?nine; also two seat Park Phaeton. Inquire 142 10th al, between 6th and 7th avs. A HANDSOME: LIOHT EXTENSION TOP PHAETON (seats four), Bmwstor spring top Wagon. Pony Phaeton, Doable end Single Ilnrness, trimmed Sleigh (seats Tour), Portland Cutter, black Bosnian bear Robes, almost new; grant snerifiee on ncconnt steknees. 247 Weot 41st st. A?HORSE CLOTHING. HORSE BLANKETS, PLAIN, ?striped and plaid, all prices, $1 each and upward; largest aiacd California Sweat Blankets, $20, $30 ana MO. T oku jt T4VI6R I Grand and Chrystie >tt LORD A TAYLOR,, Broadway and 20th st. A-$130-riNB TOP BREWSTER IMPROVED BOQGY, ?with Harness. Whip, Ac., new In July; handsome top Pony PhMton and Kimball Cutter. See coachman, 3 Weet 15th *1, near 5th av. BARGAIN.?HAMBLETONIAN MARE. 15*. .8 .?..?.years; sound,kind; trql2:35; Mambrino Mare. 16 hands, 6 years; trot 2:50; sound, kind; Morgan family Horse, 15)4; safe for ladies; sound and kind; trots faat; Brewster side bar top Wagon, Wood Rro. Pony l'heeton. Single, Doable Harness, Ilobos. Blankets, Kimball Sleigh for quarter value, on account ill health. Inquire 36 West 39th si, one door east Broadway. All sizes.?20 business and concord deliv sry Wagons, $90 to $110: new. second hand Wagoni for express, grocer, butcher, baker, milk, depot; Wagons ex changed. 226 Spring st. ?FOR SALE, 4 HORSES; SriT ANY BUSINESS; (.?must be sold; trial given. 208 20th si, near 3d av. A FINK BREWSTER SPRING TOP BUGGY IN PER feet order, set of Single strap Harness. Lap Robe, Whip, all $1(16 12 Bast ISth si Atop side bar road wagon and harness, nearly new, $145; good maker; also Dnnseomb Double Harness, in good order, $56. 142 West 39th st. At LARGE LOT OF FINK BLANKETS. SLIGHTLY ? ?.damaged; also damaged Flannels, Tickings, Kentucky Jeans, Cloths, Casaiintrcs, Satinets, Table Linens, Napkins, Tewels, Toweling*. Shirts and Drawers from auction for sale at very low prices. WM. MATHEWS, 34 Catharine si A?BUY. HAM'S CARRIAGES. HIS CIRCULAR ? front Coupe Rockaways are the most popular carriage* used. Assortment of Sleigh a. Several second hand Car riage*. HAM, 656 Broadway. A?I OFFER ON ACCOUNT OF MY HUSBAND'S ?death, five Horses, suitable for any business, trial al lowed, at half valne. 215 West 15th st. near 7th sv. A?FOR SALE, THREE HORSES, SUITABLE FOR ?farmer, truck orlgrocer; to be told, low haying no work. 1(77 East 9th St., near 3d av. A -FOR SALE, A BAY ROAD AND FAMILY HORSE: ?yonng and sound, trots in 2:50; trial allowed; free and prompt driver: at a bargain. OWNER, stable 215 West A?FOR SALE, FIVE HORSES; SUIT FARMER, ? grocer, sxprese or tracking; to be sold at half valne; trial given. 109 Iltlt st., near 4th sv., rear. ?CURAT BARGAINS; FINE EXTENSION TOP ? Phaeton, Pole and Shafts; top Buggy; Single and Port" Doable Harnoes; In first class ordor; also Portland Sleigh, black Bear Robe, good as new. Apply to coachman, stable 1U9 West 17th st. Brewster Clarence, $150. Brougham for sale, with polk and shafts; one Park Phaeton; one Victoria; one Livory Coat for driver. M. CURLEY, 109 East 13th si, near 4th av. Beautiful bay coupe horse, 10 hands high, 6years old; superior style, action, appearance nnrl gait; entirely sound and perfect In orejy particular; the prep of ? erty of a gentleman; for private sale only. Apply thin day to C. W BARKER. 39th at. and Broadway. c Br,ft OUPK OR FAMILY HORSE?SOUND AND KIND ay, 16: very handsome; also llnntlng Saddle and le. 50 Washington alley, near University place. CORNELL A SMITH, AUCTIONEERS. WILL SELL on Monday, at one o'clock P. M., at 476 Cans) st., 5 Work Horses, 4 sets of Harness, Carriages, Blankets, Furnltnre, Ac. ELKOANT BROUGHAMS, ky A. S. FLANDRAU A CO. Onr French nod English styles of the desirable and very popular Carriage la quite large and cannot be excelled In quality or fiulsh. Buyers will do well to examlue for thomselves before ii Tors w purchasing elsewhere. I H W tn rwmi. 373 and 374 Broome at. OB S A LECH KAP?aT B R<Mil) MARK. U KMbTO Virgo llambletonlan, abe by Young Hanihletonian, dam br Imported Mercer, he by Kmilina. Addreee to BI'HHHT, llerald office. who liar a four-year-old Uridine by Edward Kverett and a two-year old by Virgo HarablelnnIan both ont of the above mare: the coif* will be Bold at a sacrifice aa tlie owner bar no ore for them. OH MLB?rOt1 B HORSES, SPIT ANY BUSINESS" $3.1 to $W); bargain; tonal roll, art Clinton rt. I~riffB? SALE CHEAT-AM. KgW or WAOORS, Ilnteher Carta and Trucka 3-V< Went lfttb ?t. 1MB ULK-JUIIT ABBIYEO Flu ill LOWER CANADA, large lot French-Canadian Iforaea. at A. P. CIIAMBKR Uri Bull a Head Stabler. 147 and 143 Bart 24th at. IitoR SALE?RIUIIT OOOD WORK HORSES: SUIT able for any biirinnm, $3<i to $80; moat rell. lee Com pany'r Stabler. 081 Wert 21 rt at. FOR SALE?THREE HOB8BS, ? AID T 'YEARS; rnltable for any buainera; alao nice Canadian Mare; murt roll; warranted. .103 Warhlngten rt. I~ WlR~ 8ALB?111 HOR8E8, I I?lJo! DOIT ANY bnalneea; p3t> to $|tk>. RAPID TRANSIT ICR COM PART. office ltl luth ar F" OR 8AIJi?POt'B HORSES. SUITABLE FOR trucking; an/ liuainear; alao one horae Truck and liar near. CARMAN, atom, tU Vandant at. Y.AURKALK?A IIORSK. 7 YK A IIS ~OLD~~SOUND ARD r killd. at III Ohrirtophor at. rt K.N ERA I. C R A RT IRON " KXH IbTtI O N AT ABCIL \X.IOH RSTON'S MART. AND WILL BE SOLD AT ACCTIOR AT NOON TO MORROW. HE IS A THOROUGHBRED ALDERNKY FROM ISI.K OF JER HEY AND ORE OF THE FINEST RULLH IN THE WORLD. OUB CLIPPING MACHINES. C. M. MOSEMAR A BRO. ARK THE SOLE AUKNTS FOR THE SALE OT THE AMERICAN SHEARER COMPANY'S POWER AND HARD CLIPPING MACHINES and nil the narta nereaaary for their working. Catalogue* on application, Alao the CLARK'S AND NEWMARKET MACHINES, of which a full atoek of all kinda may be alwaya found In onr wnreronmf, I2S CHAMBERS ST ILBORR, IIA CIIAMBERS ST., OFFERS BEST 8R* lectotl Stock of Horae Blanketa from 70 centa, and ra rlety ei Harnaae, ffiai upward. XT -8KCON It II AND "CARRtAUBS.-FIVE LIGHT II .l.andau. 8431; leather top Landau (very light). Milt; Itrotighaiu. In perfect order, RUM; Conpo, 81.XH (loupe Itockaway, HUt.Ma; light Roehaway, $1(10; alx ?eat Rock a war. $:*??; eatcnalon t<d) Phaeton, Slat; light top full aprlng Wagon. ft*1; top Wttgiffia from $W? up; PnnyPhae lona ?HO tip; 3H0 other Carriagea of all atylee. WM. II. OR AT. SO and 33 Wooater at. Ifliid great reduction In Ihe prlcea of flne Carriagea. BROWN A PRAY, Wood Brothera. Carriage Bulldera, beg lo annennro the removal of their luialneaa from 5th it. and 14th at., to their new building, llrondway and 3Wth at. Ry thna eoneentratlug their factory and wnrerooma In one'building they are enabled to give their peraonnl at ten tlon eqitallT to the conatnictlon of new Carriagea and the repair of old otina The latter will have pnrtlrnlar atten tion. and will lie thorough in all department-.. The balance of Wood Brothera' atoek i emprlaea dnalnible Carrtrrea for all aaaaena, and la offered at le?a than coal to aettla the cat ate g ? PBAV, Broadway and 30th at. SIX SEAT HOCKAW AYS, COlfPB ROCKAWAY8, Coupea, LMidatileta, at pojmlar prlcea. GRAY, NO Alii, a A CO., Nioadwajr and Ntk aw HORSES, CARRIAGES, &C. HAND CARRIAGES. All immense stock now on hand ? t lowest prices. A. 8. KLANDRAl' A CO.. 372 snd 374 Broome St. 6 CHEAP HORSES FOR HADE?AT THE HUDSON River Railroad Stabler. at 410 West 30th et. CftH T0 *?'?).?NEW AND SECOND HAND TOP AND (jlt)l 'opeii Wagoun, Horses, Harness, Ac. 207 West 10th st. ' DRY GOODS. JH?(5r?ant"T6 uo tJSEhold k rC J. A C. JOHNSTON, Broadway, 5th sr. and 22d tV, ha ring made extenelre porch asea of Carpets and Upholstery Goods ot|the recent Large Auction Sales, they are enabled to offer their patrons and the public the best bargains la these goods since the panic of 1857 Carpet Department. 340 pieces Ingrains, 37\e. per yard. 100 pieces Tapestry Brussels. 70c. per yard. 185 places English body Brussels, #1 25 per yard. 140 pieces Saxony Velvets, 81 65 per yard. AO pieces French^ Mm^uettes.Ji2_per yard. 112 pieces English Wiltons. 82 50 per yard. 3lX> pieces Oilcloths. 35c. por yard. Ferslon, Turkish and Indian Mate, Rags and Carpets, in extensive variety and exceedingly low prices. The Upholstery Department aae received many beontiful patterns la the way of rare Fabrics for Ftnmtabtng and Window Deeoratloas in Antique Tapeetrtes, Raw Silica, Cashmeres. Spun Silk, Breeatellee, Satins, Cotelinaa. Plushea, Damasks. Billiard Clothe. Manilla Cletha (for window curtains) and Portioret (requiring no tiningX Jutes, in various colorings. Panama Cloth (50 inches wide). All sew Shades, $1 85 per yesSL A large and varied assortment of Cretonnes, Jocqusrds, Beisue. and other material for slip covert, st Reduced Price* English Series from 25e. end upward. ace Curtains, from the cheapest Nottingham to the most expensive Brussels and Antique Laces. Cott _ Nottli Brussels end Antique Leteee. ttage Drapery, 12^c. per yard. Nottingham Lace. 15c. per yard. House Furnishing Department, ose Blankets. $1 50- worth 82 5Q 150 coeee Rose Rlonkets, $1 50; worth 82 5<X 113 coees Marseilles Quilts, $1 25; worth 82. 110 bales scarlet twilled Flannel, 25c.; worth 40c. 1,100 dosen extra fine Napkins, 81 50 per dosen. 1,100 pieces 1(M Linen Sheeting. 80c. per ynrd. Fine Damask Table Clothe and Napkin! at propoctioaately tow prteaa. i af Dry Goods sent gratnltenaly to all parts of the country en application, thus enabling out of town parties to moke their purchases in New York as advatageously as residents of the city. I. k 0. JOHNSTON. B. ALTMAN k CO., 19TH 8T. AND 6TH AV. OFFER THIS DAT 8,000 TABD8 DRB88 GOODS, 220. PER YARD. SjOOO YARDS DRESS GOODS, 45C. PER YARD. 3,000 YAKW EXTRA FINK ) M/t pvv YARIY FRENCH DRB8S OOOD8, S rBK YAKD? B. ALTMAN A CO., COR. 10TH ST. AND 6TH AY. JflUB LINED CIRCULARS, $33, $38, $45 AND UPWARD. SEAL 8KIN 8ACQCES, fBS, 805, $100 AND UPWARD. B. L ALTMAN k CO., I8TII ST. AND 6TH AV. ADIE8' AND GENTLEMEN'S PALL ANt) WINTER MERINO AND WOOLEN UNDERCLOTHING AND HOSIERY AT REDUCED PRICES tl LADTE81 AND GENTLEMEN'8 8TLK UM-) BRELLAS, TWILLED SILK, WITH IVORY S$3 90. HANDLES AND PARAGON FRAMES, ) B. ALTMAN k CO.. 1BTH ST. AND ?TH AV. A. <? LORD AND TAYLOR. LADIES' AND MISSES' 8UIT8 AND UNDERWEAR BROADWAY AND 20TTI ST.. GRAND AND C1IRY8TIE STS. A ?A.? GREAT REDUCTION IN Gentlemen's and Ladfea' Boot, and Rboea < Oeotlemen'e Hue French calf and kid Drees end doable sole Gaiters and Oxford Ties, $3. $3 50,84 end 85. I,ail lee line Button Root*. 82 M). 83. 83 5) i 84 and Ri, at BRlXlKS', 1,186 Broadway, corner 28th et. -<& BROOKS' PATENT CORK SOLE Boots end Shoes, Recommended by all physicians. 1.196 Broadway, corner 2i?th st. B LACK GROS GRAIN SILKS, IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES, AT SI, SI 25. SI 5rt AND S2. THE BEST VAL^JK AT TIIK8E PRICKS TO BE FOUND AT RETAIL, COLORED SILKS, IN ALL THE NEW STREET AND EVENING SHADES. AT EQUALLY LOW PRICES WHITE STLKS^ND SATINS, FROM THE LOWEST TO THE FINEST GRADES ALSO. JUST RECEIVED AN ASSORTMENT OF BLACK SILK MATULASSE AND BROCADED TELTETS, AND SUPERR QUALITIES OK RICH BLACK 8ICILIENNE IM PERA TRICK AND SATIN DUCHESNE ROYALE. M AND 60 INCURS WIDE, FOR CIRCULARS. A. T. STEWART A CO.. BROADWAY. 4TH AT.. NTH AND ifTII ST^ MILLINERY AND DKMUIAKINO. MSE.~ CXifn.LR fttt XXTT has RK?ElYfiD""A lares assortment of elegant whits and colored Bonnets of Ihn most exquisite shape* which she will sell st prices never offered before iwjV, Broadway near IIHh at. MMK DRMORRSrS (IRANI) WINTER OPENING reliable Patterns of the new end besot I fill designator the ensuing MM, lion.lei . November 4. IT East MR at., end all Ills airenriee in Europe soil Aioerlos. DANCnO AIADRMIKN. a llMn iKrtMffiStif'irftf riVs )T J\ for Dancing and Deportment, No twi 51 h a*., now open. For terms, Ar , send fer rlrrnler. ?MAMS' DANCING ACADEMY. M RL8BCKBR ?St.', pupils attend hjr ticket; tenna low. Send for clr relar A ?S A U HE'S DA N CIN O ACADEMIES' 114 EAST iv.istb, iwv Wt?l SUM.?ROUND DANCES taught rapidly. PRIVATE LESSONS all lionra. _ A -CAETIRiri DANCINO ACADEMIES, A UNION .square (4th a*, aide). Brooklyn Branch 5111 Fulton st.? Private lessons any hour. "Society" (lllile and Deux temps Wtltses specialties All Round Dances gna run lord In one term. Lsdr assistants. ?MAl'<tRK()<ilt'H ACADEMY, ff~EAST~I4TH ST.. .near Nth av.?Classes Ttiesdavs, Fridays; society, glide and Ave step waltres. privately any Hour, AT MR. TRBNOR'S ACADEMY OF DANCING, J\ Broadway and MM ?t.: lessniia every day and evening. Parents and Ireglnners are always welcome visitors. I? KOOKKS' dancing ACADRMT, Wt BROOME ST.? JJSeparate classes for ladles', gentlemen snd children. The first lessons privately and no extra charge. RECEPTION SOIREE FRIDAY EVE VINO, NOY. S. BALLETM ASTER DUMAR'S DANCING ACADEMY, 24 West 4tli st.?Walts and Avo daueaa taught perfectly in six private lessons F TRENCH CLASSES AT MODERATE TERMS AT THOMPSON'S College. 211 4th av. ITERNANDO'S DANCING ACADEMY, AATII ST., 3D a*, (hank building). Receptions Thursday classes now forming. For elrenlers address H75 l-cxlngtou av. Private lessons any limir. Mn IILASKO WILL RECEIVE PUPILS AT HIS Academy for Dancing, 1.478 Broadway, Monday, No vember A at 4 and a o'clock P M. CITY HEAL R3TATK FOR SALE.^ Cent ml. A TTEJITIOX-64 AND iW 55TH ST . NEAR MADISON _a!_hv . four utorv Dwelling, with throe ?torle? Unishod in cabinet work, piuiubiug. ventilation and drain age perfect; location unexceptionable. Send for descrip tive price list to Mcl'AKFKUTY A BUCKLEY. Builders, 650 5th av. Mouses open. Attractive houses?ciiod e location. near 5th iv. ; open daily; 35, 'J2, *28 East 55th. 5tith. Owners. Dl'fiOIN A CKOSSMAN, Architecth, 63 East 41 hi. I'rico list sent, describing "How a irood house should be built.?' A REALLY FIRST CLASS HOUSE. NO. 57 WEST 54th at., for sale. Is plan ??<u or comfort itrnl con von i euce; thu build mid finish durable mid elegant: tho plumb ing, drainage mid ventilation perfect : open daily. FH>R SALE LOW To CLOSE AN ESTATE?NOS. 49 and 51 Went 57th at., finit class brown stone House*. 25 feet front, with axtnusloa; line cabinet finish. mirror*. Ar ; built by owner under supervision of Mnwri I). A J. ? larriine. archltoct.; special attention has been given to plumbing, ventilation. Ac ; open for inapection daily. in cluding Sundays. Apply on premises or to DAVID L. EINSTEIN, I?7 Church el., or EDWIN EINSTEIN. 24 2d av. Eiaxt Side. 8PLENDTD CORNER HOUSE AND LOT 1ST AV. [.rents $2,300; price $18,51*1 if mild thla week. JOHN FKTTRETCH, 21(4 Weal38th. $5 000 _FOK KALK OR EXCHANGE, PRI wive v.ntr House: choice location, Ilariom : lole improvomonta; I'ianos, Watches, Jewelry, Ac., taken. Apply soon, personally, 2,155 3d av. Went Side. A VALUABLE LOT FOR SALE CTTEAP AS TTTE aAowner is going abroad; the lot la on tho comer of 144th at. and New uv. Apply to J. ELLIOTT, Herald office. AT LOW PRICE-HOUSE AND LOT. 21 VESTRY, near Hudson; modern improvements. OWNER. 4S West 20tli si. FOR SALE?THE GREATEST BARGAIN IN THE city?Three storv high atoop Philadelphia brick House and I.ot on Weet 2lid at.. 7th and 8th ava.; all improve ment!!; price $8,500; 21 by 50 fool; lot 80 feet. Inquire at ?0 West 32d st. PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO KENT. ACCESSIBLE, ATTRAOTTVK SUBURBAN ?oBe3 (12 tuiles); depot, churches, schools, Ac. GILBERT SMITH A CO., 201 Broadway. Bulkhead water front, near city, for chemical works, factories, refineries, Ac.; also Blocks for dwellings; for sale low: tonus cany. R- A. YOUNG. Engineer. "Ac.. 20 Exchange place. REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE. P5r sale or excTiangk?houses, lots aT^d Farms of any description; also free and clear mineral Lands in the West. 0. TIARFT. 1<>4 l'rlnce st. TO EXCHANGE?FIRST CLASS SUBURBAN PROP erty, free and clear, at Bergen Point, N. J., in the Zabriskio estate, to exchange for good farming Landa in Iowa, Kansas or Missouri. Address, with description, D. L ZABRISKIK, St. Charles. III. REAL ESTATE WANTED. COUPLE OR MORE OF BUILDING LOTS [.wanted, with water front, and if possible In tho vicinity of New York, for the purpose of putting up a itmall dwell ing. Address, with lowest cash price. EDWARDS, box 144 Herald officii. TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES. "L) ErN netT~"b tf Fld IN G. ? 1) corner of Fulton and Nnssan st*. Several offiees in this building to let at greedy redoced rents. The offices will he altered to suit tenants. The building is heated by steam, and each office baa washstand and water in l^a Two elevators running No extras. JOHN L. KNIGHT, at thu building. AT LOW RENTS?FINE STORE AND LOFTS, To gether or separata; large iron building, 39 and 41 13th St.. near Broadway. OWNER, 40 West 2<)tli st. BUTCHER'S SHOP TO LET. INQUIRE ON THE premises, 003 3d av. TO LET?A SMALL STORK AND TWO ROOMS, IN A Hrst class location, on 3d av. Apply at officii 1,010 3d av., between 90th and 91st.; rent lew. THK ORIGINAL SHAKESPEARE INN, CORNER OF Broadway and 12th st., to let. ,V> East 12th st. TO LET?STORE AND BACK BOOMS. 75 FEET . deep; convenient for housekeeping. No. 9 Variek place. 1 f\ey SOUTH ST. (PECK SLIP).?CKOWDF.D THOR. J. 4/mJoughfare; good Store for any business; special terms to restaurant. DWELLING HOUSES TO LET. Puntlsht-idl. A BROWN STONE FULLY FURNISHED nOUBE TO rent on West 23d st; $150 per month; leas to a respon sible private family for winter or longer. JAMES. R. EDWARDS, K>TWoat23d st A -TO LET, FIVE STORY BROWN HTONE HOUSE. ? 20 rooms, newly furnished; Furniture and Carpets for tale; price, $1,501); rent, $150 per inenth. No. 41 Weet IHth at, between 5th and (Ith ava. T^XQUIHITKLY FURNISHED HOU8E, NEAR WIND Hi nor Hotel, for the i season; also one near Madison square. POOLKY A CO.. 208 5th av Unftirnlihed. A LARGE AND ROOMY HOUSE TO RENT, WEST 21st st, $9UO; suitable to rent In floors. JAMBS R. EDWARDS, 1(17 West 23d at. TO LET?A NICE LITTLE THREE STORY AND BASE inent House, on 13th st., noar (ith av. Apply at 48 West 14th st. FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET. 1 RtfcBLV kdoMrffoT ANiT^fflCB Jrl. water, bathroom, Ac. 40 Went 2Hth at., near Broadway. LARUE FURNISHED ROOM, SUITABLE FOR TWO gentlemen ; gas and both; $4 weekly. A7 Waal 44th at. BEAUTIFUL-sTTrT"L)N SECOND KLoVJr^ FOB gentleman only; alao single Rooms; honae newly fur nished; modern improvements; highest reference. given and required. 28 Kaat 23.1 at., Madiaon aqaare. A nick suit of bBoub, for oinToi two'uW 11 emeu, without hoard, at 3d Weat 21at at. A SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY, IN THEIR OWN hooao arlll let handsomely furnished Rooms to gontle men. H8 Weat 32,1 at. A -TWO LARUE, HANDSOME ROOMS AND TWO ?small ouca; tenna reaaouuble for winter; gontletnau only A Weat 14th at. OM FORTABLY FE RN [SHED FRONT ROOM AND c .^Hedroom, twa large cliweta, cooking atove, (Soil; Sleep ing Room, f I 23. llat Eaat 13th. Elegant Parlor and Beat room, largo ball Enema, tft Baal laith. IM'R.NISUKD ROOMS TO LET^FOR LIUHT lloUKR keeping, front and hack; large; or two gentlemen. 118 8.1 a*. Handsomely" furnished front room?on accnad floor; hot and cold water Ac.; very reaeonable to gentlemen; private family. SM Weal 34lh. ICBLY furnished ROOMS AT M ?W NO at., for gontleuien; reference. Nicely furnished parlor and bedroom in flat, Lexington a v. and 30th it, to a-lady of discretion. M. O., Herald Uptown office. 0 LET? FURNISHED FLAT, SEVEN ROOMS. ALL Improvement a. 214 Weat 42d at. N TO LET?NEAR MADISON SQUARE, FURNISHED titling and two Bodeootna, without board, to gentlemen only. 3wl 4th av. (J EAST 27TH ST. (NEAR HOTEL BRUNSWICK) BE ?7lween Madlsnn and oth are.?Farnishe.1 Kootna. without heard; breakfaat; roferencea; reasonable pricca. IBYINO PLACE-HANDSOMELY 'FURNISHED It.Mini, at reaeonable tenna In a private family. 1C WESfTiraTNRAB Bill>ADWAY -FURNISHED ? IParlor Floor, kitchen privilege; alee Room* CI up ward. EAST BIST ST., NRAR~ITII AV.?TWO LARUE Roema, In private honae. with owner. TJTWEST-iflTUROOMB,~NK*WLY FURJII8HBD; X TTvery moderate If permanent; all Improvements; h<mae heated throughout; no board; gentlamen enly; refer eneee exchanged. nTII 8TNEAR 2D AV-FURNI SHED FRONT Room to gentleman nr a reapoctable mai I led couple. 127 311 UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APART MKNTS TO LET. ~a"_X^o'~Rknt. FIRst ftXU 1R N?n<i<rW1!ST . \ .It'll, at. ; ha- water. Ac.; la In good order and desirable far a small family; rent. CIS por month; possession now; rent from the middle of the month. R. MEAREH A CO , Ath av. and ISth at ? A LB ANY."?ARARTMKNTS, RROADWAY, HST AND ^V.32d at a.; convenient to elevated road; 0 and 10 rooms; reduced rents. Apply on premises Handsome brown stone fLats. near elk valed station. $IMtoC24;all improvetnenw. 418 and 4 JII W eat 52d at. ^ fpu LET?SKCOND~FlA?OR. F1V K ROOMSfALL LIGHT X and lu good ortler. Nil At It av. TO LET?BEAUTIFUL FLATS IN 32 KINO ST.'."sll sad -even light Rooms, all improvements; rents mod erate. __ NATHANIEL ROB. OH Vartrk at , TO LET?SECOND FLOOR IN THE~ TWO BTOEY tnanaaril roof Cottage Honae, N'n. 23 Eaat stlth at., be tween .Mndisou and 3th ?v?., renal-ling of four light rooms, bath, Ac.; hall and stairs carpeted ; possession immediately ; rent reason able. Apply as above. T~OLSr_0HKAPBST~RENT IN THE CITY; FROM $12 to $15 ii m on lilt Fluid in the* beautiful row of !>u lift ing*. bFtwoon lW?th and Hist *t*., surpasses anything; In Now York; pirlnr, dlninjt room, two bodroom*, kltrhim, station iiry wiishtitlm, private wntrr rlospf, rh?mlpliprs, nurblr mantels. Hrnssol* rarpftt on stair*, ball* ftimUhrd find lighted; Janitor t?? koop hall* atid stair* lighted and clssnsd; th? eloaneat unit Imst kept Naiimn In tho city; only small famine*, with first class rcf?P?nrw, notnl apply. Ofltce I,Hit* 3d nir.; Klovntad road m ill nm n?xt month To LRT AN FLKUANT HKCOjfD STORY FLAT. UN (tor owner's care and l*?t locallnn; first class in wry r**psct. Rrapartnhli*. moll rceoniutidwl families will in quire JIHH Wont i^th *t mWO AI'AIUMKNTS, 2iT? WRKT 25T1I FLHOA.VT, I m?w playground; moderate; for roll nod families; One lor lit Ion, 9th if. l> WF.ST J*TII ST. - rNFl'RXlSlI KO FLOORS OR < 'Rooms to firnt el*** pnrtlo* only; no h#m*nk?nphig; ?!? gnnt Ap*rin?#?nt* for * physician. 1IOIHKN, RIMODt, i'LAlKi (if BHHI NESN, M., WANTED. * "Tin tl?l? City ?n<l Brooklyit. INLOOR WANTED?BY NEWLY MARRIED cor ' i?|??; unfurnished ; eonvonient to Metropolitan Railroad. hotmoou 14th and 45th ?t*. AddtWM Y. KNOX, 641 Broad way. ____ 1>RIYATF. HOI sk vs \ \ i i;i? for FIRST CLASS ( hop lloiiw mi fifwt floor; balanco for residence of proprietor's family ; must be lit good tietKhhorhood and on or ueur nnnid prominent th(?rou*j;hfare. Addross, with particulars. (I. ii,, 191 Fast 5Hth st. HOI"SK VYANTF.n?IN A UOOfl NKft 111B()Rf 1(MTD, hv a llrst elasa, permanent tenant, willing to pay about per annum. Address AMFS, bo* 1,115 Post ??flie*. YVANTKil A sgrONIl Kl.fMiH, tN OR fCKAR 5T1I f? aw., above 54th *t.. ?lofantly lunuihwd AddrtMt 1.. bo* 193 U*rald ofllc*. __ FOR SALE. A'.7? A A 'ttf-y6K'$xaL\' xh bit i>rx* - * ""bed Honk and Matlnnery. cheap for cash ArlHr... ?TATIO.VKKV. Moral,I Uptown office Address 4 PARTY HAVING FOUR STORY BOARDING S\ hotua newly and completely furnished. In . antral loca tion. would liko to sell on uccount of failing health ? nrtoa WJ00. Addrm H . box I 111 Herald I'ptoa n Hranch olltce. An excellently located mouok stork for . Aw EBB.14M Btk a*. BUTCHERS' FIXTURES. 1^ HOUSES. TOOLS AND Mncliiuttry, new un.i nwond bund: Butcher Carls. M ATHESOW. 10th sr., near 14th it. Vol! sai.i -.im: kaii.w av relief map plate ,t, L"God Mates and Caua.la; eery fin#; alao Now York ? .1) Relief Map Rial#. Addreaa M APS. Herald olfice. Fior i\i.Tv an ?sta 11.rInki> fanct goods. Periodical. Hook and Stationery Business in Washing ton. II C. Apply, by letter, to A. E. B., office of New York Herald. ytOK SALE?STOVE. TInToROCKERY AND GLASS I w*.r,e. iJu,r'", established eeer twenty yeara: doing a splendid business: niuet i>e aold.-on account of daatb in family ; no ageut. Addreaa G II.. Horald office. yoR SALE?AN ESTABLISHED TIN .AND STOVE 1 More, .'heap; no agents. Apply G. KLEIN, rtTO Nth a*. TWO PLEATINO MACHINES FOR SALE?LATEST Improeeurents; also single and double noedle Wllleog M UlbW. at half price CI IAS. STEELE, 4 Walker at. ?9 onrt?WIU' B,;v one ok THE REST FATING VaJ.t#"" f Hat aud Furnishing (iooda Biiaiueaaea in New vlTir^ "#,1*'*ctor,r r*,Mon* 'Of selling. Box 405 Sonar MUSICAL. T? LADY WisheS PiTEiL'S'' 6ti MaK6: a Ycarefnl attention paid to children and beginner*; terms *> per quarter, or two pupil* tugotlier for fit) par Quarter Send addreaa whore advertiser may call. MU* A O., box 290 Herald utncc. TTIOLIN LESSONS GIVEN BT W. BRUKEL1N& AIT Jl_dre?s JS^Aronson A Co,junsie store. 208 Nth a*. Colonel OARRETT NAGLK, formerly Captain of Company D, Sixty-ninth rarimeaC Meagher'* Iriah Brigade. REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION. Tor Corn Tenth Congressional District, ORLANDO B. TOTTER THE VOTERS ~ OK TUB ELEVENTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT \tmr-ft75TJl' tar 7??,T ?be name of Mr. LETT r. ?OBJON as a candidate for the next Congress, and in dels* ao wish it to be understood as entirolv without reference ta partisan affiliations Mr. MORTON U well known sen of pure character and large intelligence, and bis praetl. cal experience in mercantile matters, previous to hia honor, able career as a banker, with his known success, clearla proves his familiarity with the underlying principles oi sound national finance, ills sympathies as much at nis in terest, are entirely with the cias, of men among whom Si household parlance, ho was Imrn snd raised." The com. merce and merchants of the port of New York, more per. haps, than ever before, need a man of pluck, energy and ability and wo present this gentleman a. embodyfog ill these olemnnts of character. ' * There has. perhaps, never been a Jnnctnr* In the history, of American politics when the sorviees of honorable a? nerlanced, business men were morn urgently needed in the legislative branch of the government The country is pass ing through a fearful ordeal and the ennrmoua Intereate at stake affect everv class In the community?none more than the merchants of Now A ork. One of the pialneet facts sp pealing to the common sons* of every intelligent man who Is not hopelessly bound in party fetters, la the totalis, competency of professional politicians to deal with iha momentous questions now before the country "';.V,".V.M*'"4U ?4?ton*iwiin iiuw uciorq (ii6 country. W 111 yon vote (or Mr. MORTON ?? womr rSori Iha next Congress T WILLIAM LIBBET. II. B. CLAFLIN, E S. JAFFRAY, JAMES H. DUNHAM. ALFRED KAYNE. W I. PKAKE. L. M. BATES, W A. HAINES. J. M. Dl'.VBAR, RICHARD BUTLER, WRIGHT. BLISS A >ABTjbt O O. RICHARDSON A CO E R MUDGE, SAWYER A Offi LEWIS BROS. A CO., * J L BREMER HKO& A Ca LOW, IIAKRIMAN A CO. KAIJLKNEK, page a cd, l'AKKER, WILDER A CO* WENDELL, FAY A CO.. DENNY, POOR A CO., U Pll AM, TUCKER A ftO.. MINOT, HOOPER A CO. II ASLF.II URST A BROTHERS. AI.I>RICH, IDDING8 A CLlFtfoW.l FIELD, MORRIS, FEN NEE A COa Lawrence a co? v* JOY, LANGDON A CO.. HERRING, milliken a oa. W L. STRONG A CO.. WHEELWRIGHT, ANDERSON A ? FRANCIS BAKER, L. T. HHATTUCK A CO, WHITMAN A PHELPS. WHITIN A COLLINS. LEONARD, SUN A eft.. COFFIN ALTKMU8 A bo. W. TUBilBULL A CO.. CIIA8B. BARTHOLOW A CO. walker, hammond a co? F BDTTElRFIELD a CO, W. WATSON A CO, S"0" ? -? HAKDTA CO, C. A. AUFFMORDT A COL. F VIKTOR A ACHKLlSr^ E. OLBER.MAN A CO, LEIKLER A SOMMKKbOFF. KKSSLER A CO, AMMIDOWN. LAkB A OOu POMEROY A PLIIMMBrT^ H arding, colbt a go. GKOSVENOR A CO, It J LIBRY A CO. E S. HIUGIN8, LEE. TWEEDY A Oa. BUTLER. BROOM A dUfT. HARRISON, SHINER A OOj w kniselV A CO. MESSENGER, FISHIER A OO, ALBERT COriNELL. MILLS A GIBBS. 1IA/.EN, WHITNfcT, TODDM A <Mh EMERSON RHODES, WHITLOCK A ANnriRSOH. EMERSON A. RHODES OHKRTRUFFKR. AHKoft A OOi STRANGE A BROTHER. FI.EITMANN a CO, M)U1S LEHMAIEfC riiOM. DREW A CO. W H DE FOREST. MARTIN, BATES A OA.. DREYFUS, KOHN A COu JOUN BLACK. 8. M. COHEN. K F. LIKBEli GEO W. SUTTOM, A II. GLOVER. WARREN BIIEkirOOA. LOI IS AAJIONS. LEWIS R. HMITil. W II. nURLBUKf WEED A BKOTIIKk. RICHARD R IIAJNER, BKINCKERnuFF, TUfLMXB A ?t\ GARNER A CO, WM LOTTIMKR A CO. S 8. FISHER, wiiiTTEMORfe, narr, roar a oo, HOOT A CUII.ds MARSTON, HAWtER A CO, C. R. CRAkK. ISAAC H. BAILEY. D B rAYKKWRA+BER. II 8 LADEW, GEORGE PALKN. T W. FAWCKTT J. IL HL'MPIIRkT. WM. H. HOOPLK, 8CIICLT2. SOUTinriCK a CO. UKNRY WERNER^ iians rkk s sons. V II SEAMAN II. A D W WaVROTTB, II E A W F. WILLIAMS, ANTON IIEIM, WM SIIRKWOOD A CO.. IIOTT BROTHERS, S A A J. J. DICKKHSOA. BROOKS A DKWSON. ADAMS A SIIALEK, W A R STOUT A BROTRRR, MULFORD. CARY A OONKLnS, studwelL, Sanger a go, GEO A VROOM, MATTHEW ARMSTRON0L K A SMITH A BROTHER*. U B HORTON, CHAR II I8IIAM, . ' FRANCIS FIORA, 8CHEFTKL HRoflTRRS, SHATTUCK A SINGER. II K THURMER W K TREADWE^L, SAMUEL 8. CARI.L atattr* m _IJ>T AND IS PROPHRLT INDORSED lrgalsIC A." ? For AoocUla Jodea of tho CwH Appnala In tho ploro of An lloml appointed in tho pla William F Allan, dnonnaM. tiKORU K H BRADLET. For Marnr, EDWARD tWPF.R. For Diatrict Attornnjr, BKN.IAM IN K. PHKLPR. For Citjr .linlpr, BUrt'R B CDWIMO, For Coroner, XORiTZ KLLINOER. H t"THIS out AND VOTK ?T. IT IB A Uw2E U ballot AND IB PROPERLY INDORSED. Ar For Aldfrmon nt Lore*, pichola* havuStor, JOHN 0 HYATT FREDERICK Fl Jft'K, MICH ALL W. ML MM