THE NEW YORK HERALD.
WHOLE NO. 15,415. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1878.-WITH SUPPLEMENT. PRICE THREE CENTS
DIEECTOUY IOB ADVERTISERS.
HERALD BRANCH OFFICE, 1.2B5 BROADWAY?
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT FOR RECEPTION OF
ADVERTISEMENTS AND SALES OF PAPERS.
AMUSEMENTS?Otii Pagk?5th and Utli cola.
AHTItOL< IGY?7th Pagk?utl. out.
BILLIARDS?Situ Pauk?Bib col.
BOARDERS WANTED?SITII Pack?Ith col.
BOARD AND LODGING WANTED?Hth Pack?4th and
BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE-Ist Pack?4th
itud 5th coin.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES?9rii PABK?3d col.
BUSINESS NOTICES-5tii Pack?nth col.
Si** KBA%, JEMTATK FOR SALE?1st Pass?4th col.
CLERKS AND SALESMEN?Ttii Pa ok?5th uud Bth cola.
CLOTH I NO?Bth Pagk?Bth col.
COACHMEN AND HARDENERS?'7th Pack?Oth col.
COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS?Dim Pack?5tU and Bill cola.
COPARTNERSUIPS-dth I'aub-SU col.
COUNTRY HOARD?Oth Page?Ath col
DANCING ACADEMIES?tint Pack?4th col.
DENTISTRY?Oru Pauk?ad col.
DRY HOODS?1st Pack?llth coL
DWELLING HOUSES TO LET. FURXISIIED AND UN
FURNISHED?1st Pahk?5th col.
EUROPEAN STKAMSUIPS?Otll Pack?5th col.
EUROPE?"ith Pack?nth col.
FINANCIAL?Oth Pack?2d und 3d cols.
FOR SALE?7tii Pack?nth col.
FURNISHED ROOMS AM) APARTMENTS TO LET?1st
Pauk?5th mid Bth cols.
FURNITUKE-Dth I'auk?.Id col.
HELP WAN TED?FEMALES?7th PAOK-5tli col.
HELP WANTED?MALES?7tii Pahb?nth col.
HORSES, CARRIAGES. AC.?1st Pack?ad und 4th cols.
HOTELS?Dtii Pack?5th col.
HOUSES, ROOMS, PLACES OF BUSINESS, AC.,
WANTED?(Ith I'auk?4t!i col.
INSTRUCTION?Hth I'auk?a?l col.
LOST AND FOUND? 1st Pauk?1st cot
MACHINERY?Hth I'auk?6t!i col.
MARBLE MANTELS?Oth l'AGE-3d col.
MEDICAL?5th I'auk?Bth col.
MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING?1st Pack?flth col.
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS?lOr* P-AUK-oih
MUSICAL?2o Pack?1st col.
.PERSONAL?1st Pauk?1st col.
PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, AC ?6th Pack?1th col.
POLITICAL?1st Pack?Hth col, untl 2d PaukVIbI col.
POST OFFICE NOTICE?BTH I'auk?ad col.
PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES?
7th Pauk?.'ith col.
PROPERTY OUT OF TIIE CITY FOR SALE OB TO
RENT?1st Pack?5th col.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE?1st l'A0K~5th coL
REAL ESTATE WANTED?1st Pace?5th col.
REWARDS-Ist Pack?1st col.
SALES AT AUCTION?2d I'auk?1st col.
SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES?7th Page?1st, 2d,
3d, 4th und 5th cols.
SITUATIONS WANTED?MALES?7th Pace?5th coL
SPECIAL NOTICES?1st I'auk?Int. 2d und ad col*.
SPORTING?DOGS. BIRDS. AC.?1st Page?3d coL
THE LECTURE SEASON?Bth Page?Bth col.
THE TRADES?7th PAGK-flth col.
THE TURF?Ut Page?3d col.
TO LET FOR BUSINESS l'URI'OSES?1st I'agb?Ath col.
TRAVELLERS' GUIDE?9th I'auk?nth col.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
1st Page?nth col.
WATCHES, JEWELRY, AC.?OTH Pack?3d col.
WINTER RESORTS?Bth Page?5th col.
ALL~5oES'WELL,"BUT SLOWLY; PLBASE'LEFmE
have word moro often. C. F. W.
FRIEND?YOUKS RECEIVED LATE; THURS
Lday, at kaiiio place and hour. SOUTHERN HOTEL
D?YOURS RECEIVED MONDAY, A. M.; WILL
.meet the np|>ointinont Wednesday. ENVELOPE.
CLARA N. E.?IF YOU ARK IN THE CITY PLEASE
drop a note, in euro of box 173 Horuld office, to CHAR
Elsie?meet mk to day, fulton ferry, new
York tide, 2 o'clock. If impossible, satno hour to-mor
IF ZACHARIAH CLEMENTSON WILL CALL ON 1IIS
mothet, ut H3 Irving place, corner of ISth *t.. New York
city, ho will hour of something to hi* advantage through
the duuth of hi* father, Henry Cluinentaoii, of Dumernru.
Any person giving Information of the whereabout* of the
shove gentleman will receive $50.
HRS. CHARLOTTE CLARK, NEK MOON. OF MEM
phls, would nhl ige a friuiid by sending her present ad
4rc?? to J. II. COOPER, 830 tltli uv.. Now York.
VTTECB?MY DARLING, WILL MEET YGU NOVEM
i.v ber s, 11 o'clock, l'o*t office, u* you know, Please write
immediately. I remain yours, NEPHEW.
pOHERT A. PEDRICK?I AM IN A POSITION TO
jLVbelp you. Communicate wltli me ut sumo place your lust
Tetter to tue wit* directed. I will answer through Horuld
Personals in any way you *ay. KITTIK.
SWEET LADY IN MORNING-LAST SUNDAY No
ticed gray coat twice; nci|uuiiitance earnestly roquostod.
GRAY COAT, Ilerald Uptown office.
IP AMMAN Y HALL. SUNDAY NIGHT?WILL THE
J. young lady wlio left near 3 o'clock have nn Interview
. young lady
? ith the gentleman who had a large black ulster coat ?
Write to SECRECY, Herald Uptown office.
LOST AND FOUND.
Y OST?ON MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4,~ONl5
JJPackago, in Fifth avenue "tape. Any one returning
aatne to ENOCH DITCHER. with U. B. Clallln A Co., wilt
be suitably rewarded.
I OST.?BETWEEN NASSAU ST. AND WILLIAMS
Jburg ferry, (told Lockot, monogram "W. 11." anil
i'histle" on reverse; W> reward. HENRY'S, 77 Nassau st.
OST-A BLACK AND TAN DOG, 2mI :tD AY. $5 BE
Award will be psld and no questions asked for its return.
Lost in surmises whether you ke sick or
well, dead or alivo; this anxiety is unbearable.
I OST.?EVENING OF NOVEMBER 4, A BALK OF
JCanvas, on Greenwich st.. between Fulton und Cittial.
The tin dor will receive reward uu returning It to 2IK1 Fulton
?t. JOHN BOYLE.
LOST?SUNDAY, NOON TWO WATCHCHARMS ired
seals). Finder will be liaudsomely rewarded by return
ing to B53 Lexington av.
TUK EVENING TELE4!RAM
TONIUIIT WILL ISSUE EXTRAS GIVING
THE LATEST RETURNS
or THE RESULTS OF THE ELECTIONS.
" UK WAII US._ ~
affiflSIWARb!?tf)ST. ON SATURDAY *KVfcST3?0, R
JFourth avenue car, between ltith and SUth sts.. ? trold
Hrueelut. a chased '.fold baud. Above reward will be paid
tor return to Wentmineter Hotel.
?1 ft REWARD?LOST ON 2II) ST., FRIDAY EVEN
Jpx ' '1'iir, Slt.ro Terrier doit; license No. "tin on collar. Re
turn to 1-tS West i-'.tli St. No questions asked.
SffA REWARD WILL BE PAID FOR THE RETURN
XtJUof the Cigars stolon from No. til South st. Apply to
Cade JAMES IRVING, No 17 Nassau st.
Otttcu open to-day from It A. Si. to 5 1*. M.
THEODORE 7. SCI IOC 11, 2:1 Park i
NEVER SCALES OR POSTPONES. ELEVENTH
GRAND DISTRIBUTION' AT NEW ORLEANS, NOVEM
BER 12; 1,867 PRIZES, AMOUNTING TO $110,400; CAP
ITAL PRIZE.'., ?:*?,<??). flO.CKM, $n.?0D, AC.; 100,000
TICKETS, TWO (?2) DOLLARS; HALVES, ONE ($1)
DOLLAR. APPLY TO M. A. DAUPHIN, POST OFFICE
BOX fllU, NEW ORLEANS, LA., OR II. L. PLUM, 310
BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
- M \ I N DRAWING SAXON LOTTERY
? from November 4 to November 26.
2,IS?I numbers and 2,1*1" prises
drawn evety week day out of ntl.OOM limnbers,
making a total of Mtl.tNsi prises.
Whole ticket, $tv t; naif, $30; quarter, $16; uighth, $7 SO.
Royal Havana Lottery,
" Mi awintr to-day.
Louisiana stale Lottery.
Kentucky State Lottery,
Kentucky and Georgia dailv drawing*.
? ' r? A. M. to S P. "
" *: row.
"A LL DISEASES OF MEN, WHATEVER " THE
Aianm. recent or Iniiir standing, speedily auil perma
tently cured by Dra. DYER A GKINDLE, 47 West 13th
M.. near tith av.
A" MKKICAN INSTITUTE QUARTERLY MKKTING
will he held at ila moms, in the Cooper Hiiildlnir. on
traday, the 7th day ol November, at * o'clock P. M.
NATHAN C. ELY, President.
ALL 8PECIAL DISEASES BLOOD. SKIN. NRRVOUft
debility; uo feu until cured: consultation free.
Dr. FREEMAN. 2?k# Grand at.
A" DVICK ~FREK:-D!f WHITEHEAD, PROFESSOR
of Midwifery Safe and satisfactory treatment guaran
teed. 213 East 46th at., uear 3d av.
ALL SPECIAL COMPLAIN!* CERTAIN. SAFE AND
permanently cnied to either sex. Dr. POX, 2iv2 East
*A TtBNTION I?THIRTY YEAltS' l'RUSSUN AND
xVAmerlcuii prnetiee; speeiultiwa, dlseasea of men and
ho. ol niaiihmid; conaiiltulion free. Dr. JACOIIY, 1U1
A?BRET FOUR-YEAR OLD RYE \VII1HKEY IN
? the world, $4 pur jfullun : $1 per large bottle.
N. VAN IIEIL, SS Chambers st.
A ?SURE CORK FOi. LI NO. TllltOAT AND MALA
^Y.rial diseases; use only Van lleil't Ityn and Rock ; price,
? I pur largo buttle; all druggist* bate It. and at depot, 8H
Chambers at., seven doors west of Uroinlwut
N. VAN BKHa
A It'll I'M' li-M POSITiviiLY CURED.?EURO
sPKAN RHEUMATIC SOCIETY lias removed from 2"7
to 2IO West 34th. Only pMinlti# uftlctt In AtncHc*, and
Ivtcnrporittcd nmliir act of Fobrim ry 17, 1*4*. No cluirge*
In miv chmii except for tiiuilicino. Consultation, tariu* and
A" TTENTroS7~fa tientsT?riit. i?u<>tin, 34 b<>nd
?I.: /i) your* Pari* hospital a \ parlance; all dift?ni?cii;
?kin dlaonlcTB, norvoiih debility pcftclly cured.
C~~1ATAKUII, DKAKNKSS AM) THROAT
)lniino<lirtt? relief ami pfrniaiiriit cure* Olfbclml In th?
most niorrnvatcd e??u* by Dr. LlllHTII ILL, No. 6 Wont
SlMh *t. It.'fcionccM of tl?c highest chiiructnr from aoiito of
the moat iiillnontial and prominent residents of Now York:
9 to I and 5 to 7.
?HOCK AND It YE. WK OFFER To THE PlHLl'o
0i,r I,:'?paration of Koi k ami Rye*. Thommmi* can tea*
iJ ?$??. -a1" fj "f the lliioat pure copper
distilled aid Ityo Whiskey and white Hock Candy la euro
fully prepared, and ?*h cure for coughs, colds, throat and
liiiitf diseases has no coual. Price, #1 per bottle mid by
lAlm:oiJ"1 !? "lo ir*'u' <?K0. H. A T. til. ACK
EKMAN, Wlno Merchants, 4t) hey *t.
A TREATMENT KtiR ALL (HIMPLAINTS,
/Y.board and narBWg. Dr. and Mine SKl.DKN 22ii Imx
ESSIE RANK WILL GIVE MAGNETIC TREATMENT
for nervous diseases, rheumatism, ,lc. 236 tith av.
Catarrh I ??
... . ? , Ear Dlscharireal
and Throat Anertlnna.?Inveterate cases solicited; per
Burnetii euros effected ; no chartre for exainination or eon
?uttation; re?|iun?llile city and conn try relerences; foe.
moilvruto. Dr. CAMFHKLL, IM ta>xliiglon av near 3lat
St. Hours, l? to I and 6 to H. Sundays. HI to 12 M.
C" 1IUKLES II FOSII.il. SPIRITUAL SKANt'KH, 1,267
/Broadway, seeottd lluor.
T\VV0RUKS SPEEDILY OBTAINED?TERMS 81PI.R
J/hiHvely reasonable; CONSULTATIONS free. FRED
ERICK I. KING, Lawyer,0 Saiul Mark's place, adjoining
Cnnare inatitu te.
DISEASES OP THE NERVOUS SYSTEM.
Tlio importance of tho nervous system, it* power over llfo
hik! the direct bearing whiuii it bus on htttiMU happiness. ui;a
thoroughly recognized; its use* and tliu tin nicer of overtkx
ing it, whether through imeiiso niontul application or by
tho excessive Indulgence of thn appetite* *ml propensities,
hi,, proper subject* for eousldaruitou. When the itervon*
system is deranged it I* nbeolittely necessary to promptly
seek u '.vice from on export who, for n Ion/ series of yours,
has devoted his whole time uud attention to this study, mid
who, from his experience end practice, hits learned to die
cover itt once tliu euuse, and its promptly nppiy tho remedy,
thus avoiding tho puiiifully slow seeking tor the truth so
common to the iiicxperieneediiiid so annoying to the patient,
wlio vory naturally wants to know witliout delqy what is tho
mutter, tile extent of the deraiigriiiuut. the probabilities of
recuperation and tho time required.
If tho lira in has become exhausted by intense mental
application, depriving it of tho power of connected thought,
it can only recover its strength by being property fed anil
nourished by tho use of certain systematic methods It is
precisely the soma with tho nerves that preside over or
ganic life. Tho vitluo of this brunch ot medical practice cun
scarcely bo overrated, for It readies marriage, the perpetua
tion ol "family tramcs. the sncurlng of hereditary titles and
the retention of estates in the sumo family.
From a long and large experience In this direction 1 have
bvon able to command by my success the thankful appre
ciation of some of the first families in the city and nation,
anil I can communicate much tlint pertains tu the over ex
ercise of every department of the nervous system and the
means of recovering its powers, whether of brain, appetite,
propensity or pussiou.
HENRY A. DANIELS. M. D-,
144 Lexington av., near 29th it.
HOURS?S to 3 and 6 to 7.
Divorces quietly, in new york; advtce
True. REED'S LAW AGENCY, 1 College placo, corner
Karclav, room 7.
DIVOROECA8ES ATTENDED TO EROMRTLiTwfrff
out publicity; consult him. ISAAC U. BOYCE, ex
perienced lawyer, 319 Broadway.
I^PP'8 COCOA^ EPP'S COCOA.
U GRATEFUL AND COMFORTING.
"By a thorough knowledge of tho natural laws which
govern the operations of digestion and nutrition, and by u
careful application of the tine proportion of wull selected
cocoa, Mr. Kpps has provided our breakfast tables with a
delicately Havered beverage which may save us many heavy
doctor's bills. It is by the Judicious use of such articles of
diet that a constitution may he gradually built up until
strung enough to resist every tendency to disease. Hun
dreds of subtle maladies' are ttoatiug around ns ready to
attack wherever there is a weak point. We tnay escape
many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well fortified with
pure blood and a properly nourished frame."?Civil Service
Sold only in tins 0* lb. and 1 ll>.). labelled.
JAMES EPPS A CO., HOMOEOPATHIC CHEMISTS,
?OFFICIAL KENTUCKY STATE DRAWINGS.
? KKNTUCKV? KXTItA CLASS XO. 623?XOVKMBKH 4, 1878.
13, 2?, 54, 76, 35, 39, IS, 76, 77, <i3, 29. 7, 27.
KKHTUCKY?CLASS WO. 624?NOVKH1IKII 4, 1676.
36, 55, 47, 66, 58. lift, 21, 0. 62. 38, 41, 76, 53,
SIMMONS & DICKINSON. Managers.
eXORGIA STATU?EXTKA CLASS WO. 643? NOVKUIIKR 4, 1678.
21. 60, 4, 13, 15, 43, 33, 61, 76, 3. H, 28, 22.
UKOKG1A STATE?CLASS WO. 614? NOVKMIIKR 4, 1878.
59, 63, 5, 2, 18, 19. 64, 9. 71, 36, 6. 26, 52.
k. D. EDDY A CO.. Managers.
Information given regarding tho above drawings. Apply
to CLUTR A CO., Bankers, 200 Broadway, rear office.
I" ,1 ?ROYAL" HAVANA DRAWS NOVEMBER 5.
Li. Capital prize, $200,000.
$Rl(hOUO to be distributed.
Tickets, 940, $21). $10. $5. $2, $1.
CLUTR A CO., Bankers, 200 Broadwny.
?LOUISIANA SINGLE NUMBER DISTRIBUTION
draws November 12. Capital prize. $30,000.
Prizos amounting to $110,400 to be distributed.
Tickets, $2; Halves, $1.
Single number Kentucky draws November 15.
Capital prize, $15,000. Tickets, $1.
CLUTK A CO., Bankers, 200 Broadway.
Fur seal sacques kedyed in the best
manner, darkest shade and highest lustro: time, 10
days. Apply at No. 83 Howard St., or at the factory. 44
and -16 Steuben st., Brooklyn. E. C. BOUGH TON, 33 How
HA VAN A,~N OVEM BER 5.?CAPITAL, $200,000; TICK!
ets, $10. $1, Royal Now Bruuswick, St. Stephen,
draws November 30. Ticket*. $1.
FIELD A CO.. 1,212 Broadway.
UST. PUBLISHED?THE PBOORK8S IN MEDICAL
SCIENCE, on skin disoasos and impurities of the blood.
Miiilwd free for lo cents, dlruct from the authors, Drs.
JACQUES A BRODIE, No. 7 University place. Now York.
?ROYAL HAVANA DRAWS Nt)V ~
CAPITAL PRIZE. $900,0001
WHOLE TICKETS, $40: HALVES. $20: QUARTERS,
$10; EIGHTHS. $5; TWENTIETHS, $2: FOKTIKTH8,$1;
LOUISIANA STATE DRAWS NOVEMBER 12.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $80,1X10.
WHOLE TICKETS, $2: HALVES, $1.
JACKSON A CO., Bankers. 62 Nassau *t.. near Fnlton.
ENTUCKY STATE DRAWS NOVEMBER 15;
ticket*. $1. Louisiana draws Noremliur 12; tickets, $2.
Sealed and open risks taken: daily tickuts at the old
prlcus; private parlors for ladies at 636 Broadway. Office
hours 7A.M. until 8 P.M. B. NATHAN, 181 and 638
I" ~ACE CURTAINS.?ADJUSTABLE FRAMES FOR
Jdrving lace curtains. inquire at residence H. F.
MARSH. 273 West 11th St.
EVERT VARIETY OF PRINTING, FROM A
VISITING CARD TO A
MAMMOTH COLORED POSTER.
WORK SENT TO ANY PART OF THE COUNTRY,
0. O. D.
FIRST CLASS WORK AND LOW PRICES
METROPOLITAN JOB PRINTING OFFICE,
US ANN ST.
A RULE MANTELS, GRAVESTOXKL, TILING;
A. KLABER, ISA East 18th St., near 3d av.
IMn?*!in?*h of men and t)i?* nervon* ?ytitora a anoclalty.
Important cashm. itirtiiuiil or lUificul; impairment of any
ortfuuic functiuu, hereditary or constitutional taint.
HENRY A. DANIELS, M. D.f
144 Ie6xington nr., near 29th at.
Honrs, 8 to 3 and fl to 7.
Man.s MISSION on karth-a THOROUGH MEDI
cal iroulise Indicating bow continued disabilities may
removed. Tho experience of twenty years' study, obscr.
vntluu and professional practice, showing the ?Reticle, that
will Inaare reatorad manhood, MrMgMMacd vitality tunl
?mind condition of heultb, that liavo heen Impaired by
over taxed power*. A statement of obstacles to marriage
aud ..f I ho meuns hv which they enn he removed By mail,
ilftc., currency or postaite slump*. Address Secretary Mu
aeuio Anatomy and Scieuce, l.Hii Broadway, New York.
MltTs LOTTIi; WARREN?XAUNKTIC TRRATMXNT
far all disease*. 4.1 East H>th at., hatwaen University
place and Broadway.
M" -LllZlilNEWELL AN D M AHEL~ KIIMCINDS.. 4ft
.East loth St. Magnetic MMMM for all debilityj
corpulency a specialty.
M.v rmi.k mantIls, monumrxts, headstones'
at lowest prices.
S. KLAHKIt A CO., Weat Mat at., near Broadway.
MISS IIATTIE GIBBS?MAGNETIC TREATMENT FOR
rlicnmutUm; llutha. 150 EastlfUth au, lu st Hour. Ilrat
MISS "LKTr?B BANCROFT* CURES ~R llKIM AT ISM;
Rives inacnctic tisiatioont. 150 East IttUi St., flrat ItiRhl,
tirst door. Don't ring.
Mme. nelson gives- magnetd "treatment
lor nour.iluin, nervonsnos* and rhenmaiisiii. No. 343
tit 11 av., second floor.
MISS OARLETtIN' CUREs RHEUMATISM. GIVES
inairiietic treatment. 201 Otli av., two lliglila, front.
lis! DANFt>ICTil~ MAGNETIC-PUYRtClAN,. CURES
lirolilc dlsoniMi*. Tilt Uth av.,opp?slto Reservoir sijuare.
NEW YORK HISTORICAL SOCIETY.?A STATED
macting will be held at the Library on Tdeaday evening,
Novembero, at S o'clock: a paper by Mrs. Martha J Lamh
will be read entitled, l.yoii Ganleuar, Founder of tbe
Manor of Gardiner's Island. N. Y." . ?
0?ROYAL HAVANA DRAWS NOVEMBER 0, 1878.
. CAPITAL PRIZE. Jm.iim PESOS.
All prises cashed by us Havana Hank llilla hnuRht and
?old. Drafts on Havana Issued
C. YIADERO A CO.. Bmikar*.
No, I New st.. New York._
Files i?Mi. chandler's pilon; si re curb
for Piles; gives instant relief; Is harmloas; Is never
falling; all Broadway druggists; Oil cants per package.
K. CHANDLER, Proprietor.
/\ ?RHEUMATISM?POSITIVE CURE GUARAN
U.teed EUROPEAN RUE I'VATIC SOCIETY has re
moved from ifi>7 to 'iln West illlh.
Royal Havana lottery
NEXT DRAWING NOVEMBER Ik
Hl'i.mai pesos In prises.
For particulars addr?ss
M. A. MARTINEZ A CO.. Bankers,
1(1 Wall St., bnneiiiaiil. Now York.
HKUMATIBM.?PERMANENT _ CURES UUaKAN
teed. EUROPEAN RHEUMATIC SOCIETV, formorly
Hi if Weat only oilier .Hi West "Jiltli st.
U~ oYaTT~ HA van A LOTTERY.?N EXT ORDINARY
drawing November ft. fllU,UII drawn. Capital,
?'ji?n?si' Prises ess tied, orders Oiled, Information fur
nished. TAYLOR A I'D., Bankers, II Wall st.
(3 ?RHEUMATISM?POSITIVE CURE GUARANTEED.
OsKUKOPEA.N RHEUMATIC SOCIETY baa removed
from ~M7 to J ill West H4tk.
TUI EVENING TELEGRAM
TO-XIGIIT WILL ISSUE EXTRAS GIVING
THE LATEST RET I RNS
OF THE RESULTS OF THE ELECTIONS.
iW'7 OOrf-NEXf DRAWING KENTUCKY STATU
?Mi | st/^f/sLoltery November 15; fH7,WJft distributed
In I.8W4 prisos; capital prlte, flft,??*?. Tickets only ft.
Lucky olflro, 1,227 Broadway.
II II. POKIER A CO., Northern Agonta.
4 ? EXTUAOUIHNARV ROYAL IIa"
,?>?)" I," IUlIsvaita Lottery, drawing December J4.
s/niiitai, wai.iaa* Ordinary drawing, November ft. t'apl
t?l. iui a i.i a at. orders filed and prises cashed. For further
lufotmatloii address BCNNKNBEKO A CO., Now Haven,
<59 79ft ^7 J -h?val saxo.v lottkky
I *?I a. ?l Leipsic, Germany, November 4.
3b,?Mii? prise*. Amounting to $2,726,374, gold.
Nearly every other ticket draws a pri&?.
ROYAL HAVANA LOYTLKY, November 5.
Capital tirtao, $2<J0,UJU; jfHHl.uuo cash (lifts.
Tickets. ?lO; Quarters. $10; K:ghthH, $?">; Fort isihs, 91.
LOUISIANA STATK. Nov. 12. Tickets, $3; lUlv**, I.
Prison c a sited. Full information of the shove neut free.
J. DL'KF A i'o.( H.inkers, 42 Nassau at., corner Liberty.N. Y.
S1M>KTIN??DOGS, KIR1)S, &C.
A~""THOftot>l e If I BhOhKX SETTER AAVTIO-8?PI
over two years old. Address, stotiug price, SETTER,
Herald Uptown Branch office.
4 MERICAN JOCKEY OLUB-JE
il. Election Dav,
TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 5.
Seven !lin>, including Steeplechases.
Iiace. commence .promptly itt 1 o'clock.
Admission to field. 5Gc.
C. ViUittr, Secretary. A. BELMONT, Presldont.
A ?A -A.- / KROMK~ PARK-EXTRA DAY," TUKS
A,DAY, NOVEMBER 8, HOOKS open ?n tlio HOTEL
STAKES; also cull bo consulted uu the ELECTION.
HOURS, 10 A. M. to 10 P. M.
KELLY A BLISS, 15 West 2?th st.
A?A.-J K R< )MK PARK RACES.?TUESDAY, NOVBS
.hcr5. ORDERS for FRENCH POOLS received at 15
West 28th ?t. KELLY A BLISS.
General grant, the imperial aldkkney
BULL. AT AUCTION. AT AKCII. JOHNSTON'S. TO
DAY. SEE CATALOGUE. VOTE EARLY FOR GEN
JEROME PARK RAGfeS.?ORDERS "RECEIVED AT 1
Barclay at. day and 1,170 Broadway.evenlngs.
HACKKTT A CO.
NEW YORK AND HARLEM. RAILROAD?TO
Jerome Park Races.?Special trains, with cars reserved
for ladies, will leave Grand Central Depot at 12:66 aDd
12 :25 P. M.; returning after the races. Excursion tickets,
4<) cents. C. N. BI8SELL. Superintendent.
? 110IIS K S, C A It KI A (4 E S , C.~"
A" UCTION HOUSE O?"VAN TASSKLL A KEAUSIS^
110 AND 112 EAST 13TH ST.,
NEAR 4TH AV.
REGULAR SALE OF HORSES AND CARRIAGES
EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY.
On every horse that is warranted sound or kind and true
lu harness from ouo to three days is given
to test warrantee.
CATALOGUE OP THIS DAY'S (TUESDAY) 8ALE
AT 10 O'CLOCK. '
ELEGANT PAIR CHESTNUT HORSES, 16 HANDS
HIGH, It years old; have been used to a private car
riage; are prompt, very stylish and handy drivers;
tnuke a first class tandem team; are both thoroughly
broken to saddle and are warranted sound and kind
ami true in all harnoss; Doable Harness, Sheets,
Dress Blankets, Whips, and
VERY HANDSOME SIX SEAT ROCKAWAY. morocco
and satin lined; condition uoital to new.
GRAY HORSE, 10 HANDS HIGH. 0 YEARS OLD; has
been used to a private carriage; does not alty or pull;
is a handy, safe driver; first class saddle horse; war
ranted sound and kind and true In all harness.
PAIR BAY CARRIAGE HORSES, 1H>* HANDS HIGH,
16 years old; prompt drivers; fast travellers; a safe
and reliable team in every respect; have been used in
the city to a private carriage; uro both good single
drivers and Are warranted Kind and true in' ull har
ness; set Double Harnees by Wood Gibson, and
ELEGANT FOUR WHEEL DOG CART. GOOD AS NEW,
built by Browster ft Co. of Broome st.
BAY GELDING. 15 HANDS HIGH, 8 YEARS OLD: an
excellent roadster; cau trot in 2:50; warranted kind
and true In all harness.
BROWN COLT, SIRED BY JACK'S MAJOR WINFIELD,
dam by Ethan Allen, 15 hands high, 4 yoars old; well
broken; a good driver and very stylish: can trot In
three minutes; warranted sound anu klua and true in
BAY SADDLE GELDING, sired by LEXINGTON, out of
Mary Anderson, 15Ji hands high, 7 years old; very
stylish aud an extra saddle horse.
BAY HORSE, 16 HANDS HIGH, 8 years old; a prompt,
haudy drivor; hits been used by a private fHinily in
the country; warranted kind and truo In all haruoes;
set Coupe 11 iiruess and
COUPE ROCKAWAY, IN GOOD ORDER.
A NUMBER OF USEFUL FAMILY AND WORK
BAY TRUCK HORSE, 16 HANDS HIGH, 8 YEARS OLD;
an extra worker; warranted kind and true lu all har
ness; set Single Tmrk Harness and
TRUCK. IN GOOD ORDER.
CHESTNUT TROTTING . GELDING, sirod by THROCK
MORTON'S RED BIRD, 15>; hands high, 7 years old:
an extra roadster; can trot In 2:45 In condition, and
can show u 50 gait, two men to wagou; warranted
sound and kind aud true lit all haruoas.
HANDSOME BAY COl'PK HORSE, 15j? HANDS HIGH,
7 years eld: an extra, prompt and pleasant driver;
first class family horse; warranted sound and kiud
and true in nil harness.
EXTENSION TOP PHAETON, TWO FINE PORTLAND
CUTTKKS, top aud full spring Side Bar Read Wagons
by good makers; top Phaetons, Double aud Single Har
SALE COMMENCES AT 10 O'CLOCK.
A?CIIAS. W. BARKER, AUCTIONEER.
.Included in the regular sale of to-morrow (Wednesday),
November 6, at 11 o'clock, ut BARKER A SON'S New York
Tuttersall's, corner of Broadway and !<Hth st., will be
A grand, handsome, genteel and fast dark hay trotting
Gelding. 15)* high, 7 years old; got by Mantbrinu Pilot,
duut by Amos' Clay; one of the gamest and tuost stylish
gout Ionian's roadsters in existence, as well as a very prom
ising trotter; was never handled for spued, and ia war
ranted to trot three heats in 2:40; time shown before the
salo; warranted sound and kiud. Also top side bar Road
Wagon, by Brewster, of Broome st.; sttporb Kimball
Btewsler Trotting Sleigh, rost *2WJ last seaaou and ouly
run two days; Hurtioss, Blankets fitter Ruing ftc., ftc.
Elegant and speedy pair of buy Trotting Mares, 15'., high,
6 and 7 years old; got by Ericsson, bred In Kentucky; are
free, plcusunt drivers; have trotted in 2:44 to the pole: have
la-en driven by a lady, and urc warranted sound and kind.
Also top side-bar Surrey Wagon, by Stevens BrotIters, West
Anioshury, Mass., with ull of J. 11. Browstor's Idlest attach
ments, pule and shafts; fine double Haruoas, Wolf Robe,
All of nliovo now on view.
All advertised entries for to-morrow's sale close at 4
Attention, stock breeders;
THOROUGHBRED JERSEY ALDERNEY BULL.
"GENERAL GRANT," FOR SALE.
ONE OF THE HANDSOMEST AND MOST VALUABLE
BULLS IN THE COUNTRY.
"General Grant" Is 2 years old, sired by "Red Knight"
(who was Imported by A. M. llerkiiess, of Philadelphia,
Pa.); he bred by P. II. Duval, St. Peter's, Isle of Jersey.
"General Grant's" graudsire was "Orange Peel," Isle of
Jersey, whose dam was "llurguette," Isle of Jersey. Dam
of "General Grant," "Gobi Drop," Imported by J. Howard
Mellenry, of Baltimore, Md.; she bred by Gttllcsis, lale of
JERSEY HERD BOOK, NOS. 666 AND 222.
WILL BE SOLD AT AUCTION,
THIS DAY. AT 12 O'CLCK.
AT ARCII. JOHNSTON'S MART,
13th st., near University place,
OR WILL BE LEASED FOR ONE YEAR.
For terms spplv to Auctioneer.
VOTE EARLY FOR "GENERAL GRANT."
"t NY PERSON .Having A THOROUGHLY GOOD,
Jlkitid and sound .llorse that cau trot a mile in 2 :4<> or
better, wishing to dispose of it at a very low price for Im
mediate cash, can show it any morning at Peppard's sta
liles, 111 West 14th st.. between 111 A. M. uml I P. M. No
horse need lie brought for inspection that la not prepared to
show |th? time lie claims under the watch and is not in
every way thoroughly sound snd kind.
ANY GENTLEMAN DESIRING "in" EVERY PAR
ticulnr s first class road Horse, 15', hands high, long
tail, handsome, sound and perfectly kiud and lirukeu and
no faults, can procure the same cheap; it now belongs to a
gentleman who disposes of it simply for lack of use. In
ge Ire of Mr. FRANK FERGUSON, San Francisco Stables,
52d St., near lltli av.
All lame AKiTsick horses cured free of
charge. Giles' Liniment Iodide of Ammonia (yellow
wi uppers i; spavin, splints, ringbone, shoulder lameness.
Kent) postal card for pamphlet. Trial site, 25 cents.
Dr. GTLES, 12tt West Broadway, New York.
AlSEAl'TIPL'L. LIGHT, KXTKNSK ).N TOP PHAETON
'ieat? four): Itrowaier opting tn|> Buny; Poujr PIim
toil; double and allude llariu-o.; Portland iCuller; elegant
|iulr black KoIxm, uhuo.it new; proal aucriilco till account of
licit lien. Inquire 247 Went -Hat at.
LDERNEY ~C t)WH~?TWO~ALDERNEY COW 8 AND
(I.NE HEIFER WILL HE HOLD AT AUCTION, AT
Atlt'll. JOHNSTONS MART, TO-DAY. SEE CATA
LOGUE. VOTE EARLY.
Avery elegant dark ha v horse for sale,
10 liiuida, * _ve.tri old . uaed for dot; curt uud coupe;
nound. Wind. Inquire coachman, private liable No. ltJU Rum
A* LL BIM.-IP Hl'SINESS AND (hTnc O RD DKLTV
ery Wngoiia, ?if Mo fllti: new. aecond hand Wagona for
ex|?roi', grocer. butcher, linkar, milk depot. 220 Sprint >W
A?KOR SALE, KITE HORSES; SUIT TRUCK,
?farmer, grocer, exprvae; price f.'.u to $mi; trial divan.
2lf? Woat Ifith at., near Tilt av.
A~~?kcfn halk, ii iiiiiisKv. Suit orogkil
?butcher, any hualnt aa; flt'i to $uf>. jot eilnton ?u
A ?Al.'iti?(I ItEAT BARGAIN; TWO-SEATED EX
JV.tenlion Top Pnaeton, Polo uml Shaft*; coat AMrtO la*t
June, flHft; Top Buggy aud llurneaa nliuoat new; itlao
Portland Sleigh, Muck bear Kobe, fine Double llanieia;
aoltl low anil aep.irnte by coachman Siahlo lini Went 17tli at.
? ?CARRIAGES AT SLAUGHTER-PHAETONS,
J\.Huggiea, Rock.may. Depot Wagoua, mnet be aoltl to
muke room tor Sleigh* CHARLES GKUBE, 806 Cunul at.
APTKKYOU HAVE VOTRD OO DlKKtfTLY TO
AROH. JOHNSTON'S AIAIIT and VIEW THE
THOROUGHBRED ALDEItNEV HII.L, HKNEHAI.
GRANT; HE WILL HE S(>LI? AT AUCTION. AT IJ
O'CLOCK. ALSO TWO ALDERXEV COW8 AND ONE
IIEl PER. _?
A -HOUSE OLOTIUNO. HOMI HLAN kWsTFlaIn,
J-\..atrl|?Ml "and pluld, all prirea, $1 eurli mill upward;
Ittttreat ahtctl California Hwent Hluuketn, fgo, fftki nod f pi
LORD A TAYLOR. T
Avery handsome sorrel pony for ladies'
or rhlltlran'a t.ae. ll year* old, 14 liauda hlprli, auunil and
kind; lie la n liet; I have uaotl him the paal aenaun, and
muat pell, regurdleia of Ilia value, on aceoaat of leaving tho
c 11 v oil the lull. Alao a heuntlful Hrewater improvatl aprlng
top Road Wagon, with tlarnoaa to match. Will aoll aeuar
Hte. No cnall otter rofnaed. C. WRIGHT, atable 15H Eaat
Jtith at., near ;td av. Call for three daya.
I ?Ft) KHA LE,~T11 ill lloKSK.tfSuiT ANYBL'Sf.
JVatieia; (treat aacrlllea; aatiafactory trial allowed. 11(7
Eaat Hill at., near 4th av.
~~? l-roR SALE, ONE COUPE HORSE; ALSOTTTrKK
1\ aHoraea flt for farming, jrnicera or general. u*e at half
value; itlao two ?rat Park Phaeton. Inquire 142 lUth at.,
between tlth and Till ava.
IBGA INsr-HANiHMW* UPIIOLSTE it ED "ploRf.
land Sleigh; two extra lino black hear Kobua; no cnah
offer iefuaed. I.at Eaat Jilth at.
iAUTlPUL BAT COUPE HORSE, Id HIGH. (I
\ earn old, extra at.vle, action, appearunce anil gait;
aon'nd and perfect In every particular;coat In Northern
New York, the property of a pritate gentleman, at private
aala to day or auction to-morrow (Wedneeday), at 11 o'clock,
at BARKER'S, IWtli at. and Hroadway.
jpof PE OK FAMILY HORSE. SOUND AND KIND,
V-irra.v. UH)e, very handaonie; Duuhlnaml Sin pie llarueae,
pood order braai; Hunting Saddle, Hridle, Ac., Loudon
made, 'at wneltlnffton alloy, uuar I niveralty place.
/ 1A KRIAOKH, HLEIGIIM, HARNESS. ~
\J The largeat ntoek of iocond hand Carriage! In the city;
Slelpln of ill klnda; top and epeii e.xpteaa Wattoua; liar
euiiiN In Carriage*, to make tootn for aluiglia.
tv.tl. It. GRAY, ?0 and 22 Wooater at.
CURRIAOKS, IVILLAGE (.'ARTS,"~BU?NEPS WT
/gniia, Ac., at CALVIN WITTY'8 CoiumUehm Carriage
W arorooma, IU4 South oth nv.
HORSES, CARRIAGES, (fcC.
RCU. JOHNSTON. AUCTIONEER, I VOTE
1U tn 25 1 Olii ?t., near University place. I
OLDEST ESTABLISHED AND MOST RELIABLE
HOUSE IN TIIK CITY.
REOULAK BALES ok HOUSES AND CARRIAGES
EVERY TUESDAY AND UK ID A Y.
-4 hours Ui three days* trlrtl tin horse* warranted sound.
THIS DAY (TUESDAY). AT H> O'CLOCK.
Vols early?FAMILY ESTABLISHMENT.?Vtno early.
KINK TEAM DAI'I'LE OKAYS, solid, chunky built,
l'<}< hands, C nod 7 years old: luivebssn usod by s pri
vate fsmily in city snd country for general use: are in
every way roiial.U, single, double or under saddle: a
lirst class team for any umi and warranted sound: also
set Double Humes* ?Vote early.
CANOPY TOP BASKET PHAETON, with rumble,
by r I undress.
TOP SIDE BAB BOAD WAGON, little usod. by
KLKOANT CANOPY PHAETON, bv Brown A Piny.
\ cite early?LA X DA U ESTAB LIS 11M EST.?Vote early.
TEAM BKOWN MAKES, lb1., hands, 7 years olu;
kind in all harnusit: free from vice; a thoroughly good
reliable team and sold only tor want of use.
FIXE SET DOUBLE HARNESS, silver mounted,
by Bradley 4 Co.
FRENCH LANDAU, by Lubourdette Kreroe A Co.,
TWO BLACK BEAR ROBES. Blankets, Ac.
LKiliT LANDAU, by Brew?tor, of Rroome-st.
FINE BAY COl PE HOUSE, Id hands, 7 years old;
kind aud true iu ail hurucss; free from vice; a first
class borso for any use and warranted sound.
ELEGANT DOG CART (pole and shafts), by Brew
ster, of 25th st.
30 OTHER HORSES. SEE CATALOGUE.
AN EXTRA l.ARCE SALE.
I VERY KINK PAST ROAD llnKSK.
II FIRST CLASS FAMILY HORSES.
1?? FINE BUSINESS HORSES. VOTE.
SEVERAL GOOD WORK HORSES.
TOP SIDE BAH ROAD WAGONS, with Brewster
and W hitucy cross springs.
KINK TOP PONY PHAETONS. t vrvrp
Two extension top Park l'liaeuius. ( vusjs.
Clarences, Coupes. Kockaways, Depot Wagons.
See catalogue. An iiitmon.su sale.
Terms made known on application to auctioneer.
VOTE FOR GENERAL GRANT.
At 11' o'clock,
THOROUGHBRED ALDKRNEY BULL "GENERAL
GRANT.'' ONE OF THE HANDSOMEST AND MOST
VALUABLE BULLS IN THE COUNTRY. He is :i
years old, sired by "Red Knight," dam "Gold Drop."
who was imported by J. Howard McHenry, of Haiti
?. Mil. Kill 1 pedigree aud pa
more. Md. F nil pedigree aud particulars ut time of sale
In printed catalogue.
See "Isle of Jersev Herd Book," Noe. (kin and 222.
GENERAL GRANT WILL BE LEASED FOR ONE
YEAR IF DESIRED.
VOTE FUR GENERAL GRANT.
TWO FINE BRED ALDKRNEY MILCH COWS, 6
and 7 years old. Both will coutu iu about the middle of
ONE ALDKRNEY HEIFER, 14 MONTHS OLD.
Sule commences at 10 o'clock. ?Vote uarly.
O YOU WANT TO BUY A ROAD HOUSE, A FAM
ILY HORSE, A BUSINESS HOUSE, A CARRIAGE
TEAM OK ANYTHING IN THE HORSE LINK f
BE SURE AND ATTEND THE SALE AT ARCH.
JOHNSTON'S MART, l.'tTII ST., NEAR UNIVER
SITY PLACE, THIS MORNING, AT TEN O'CLOCK.
YOU ALWAYS KNOW EXACTLY WHAT YOU AUK
BUYING AT THE SALES OF THIS OLD, RELIABLE
HOUSE. VOTE EARLY.
FOR SALE?SINGLE BREWSTER TOP BUGGY,
weight 1(10 pounds, nearly new. Inquire coachman, pri
vate stuble lit! East 31m
For SALE-IS HORSES. 2 MULES; SUIT ANY
tiuidnesH; $30 to $!tju. RAPID TRANSIT ICE COM
PANY, office IS 10th av
OR SALE-DAl'PLE OKAY CANADIAN HORSE;
heavy built ;J7 years, 15}* huude; warranted; rnuat sell.
SO Charles at.
IilOR SALE-SIX YEAR OLD BLACK MARE, lStf
high; good traveller; warranted. 20H West loth st.
IiIOU SALE CHEAP?COUPE, IN THE BEST ORDER,
suitably adapted for gentleman and lady. Apply 210
East nth st.
IilOR SALE?PAIR BROWN HORSES, 15?? HANDS, 7
and 8 years old; aonnd, kind und gentle; not afraid of
Elevated Road or locomotive; one horse can trot lietter
thou 3 minutes; the property of a prominent gentleman;
will be sold cheap. Apply 50 East 32d st.
FOR SALE?a PAIR OF POWERFUL TRUCK
Horses, 5, 0 years; also sorrel llorae, 5 veara, suitable
coupe, express or any use; warranted. 414 West 10th st.
HILBORN, 115 CHAMBERS ST. OFFERS REST SE
lected Stock of Horse Blauketa from 70 cents, and va
riety of Harness, $0 50 upward.
House blankets and lap robes, maunifi
reut variety and Immense stock Carriage, Truck. Stable,
Sweat Blankets; also Buffalo, Wool, l'lusb und fancy Fur
Robes, all at tmiueuoo inducements. Open election day.
JOHN MOOKK,57 Warren st.
Horses boarded in the country; terms
suit the times. Apply MILTON J. BENNETT, comer
4th ev. and Bennett's lane. Bay Ridge, L. I.
ISIDORE lllKSCH. AUCTIONEER, OFFICE MS 2D
St., soils 10 o'clock. 34 av. B., one Ilurse anil one Top
Wagon; alau large ooiisiguiueitl of Furniture, positively in
New tandem cart and harness. English
Hunting Saddle, Bridle, Whips, stable traps, selling
out. COACHMAN, 14M East 3tlth st., stable No. (I.
PONY FOR SALE?FASTEST AND GAMIEST FOR
J. her inefaee iu city: chestnut, 14 hands, kind, gentle,
suund. < yea'.* old. Inquire Virginia Pony, DICKEL S
Academy, faith st.,Bth mid 7th avs.
SECOND HAND CARRIAGES.
An immense stock now on hand
at lowest prices.
A. 8. FLANDKAU Ac CO., 372 an if374 Broome st.
OTABLR8 TO KENT?142 WEST 50TH ST.; FOUR
Ostalls, two rooms; also at 131 West 17th st.
JAMES STIKKMAN, 76 Wall st.
rpilK EVENING TELEGRAM
1 TONIGHT WILL ISSUE EXTRAS GIVING
THE LATEST RETURNS
OF THE RESULTS OF THE ELECTIONS.
WANTED TO BUY?LIVERY OR BOARDING STA
v? hie. Address STALKON, Herald Uptown office.
Son A MONTH ?BOARD YOUR HORSES AT TON
Vw"'tine Stables, 2i>4 West 22d St.; best of care; light,
airy stnlls. CHARLES II. DRKYER.
Q1 9'"\ rOR A BPLENDID SIDE BAR Top WAGON;
1?i</also u full spring (Brewster, of Broome St.) Top
Wagon cheap. Tontine stables, 204 West 22d St.
$()()() "~K,'F(iANT- ''ANDAII. BY BROWN A PRAY
? (cost 2.(lOb, $4<SJ; superb six seat Coupo Reeks
way (cost $1,000), $110; Coupe. $400; Claronco (cost $1,700),
$125; Brewster pattern Top l'miy Peaolon (cost $300 and
scarcely sailed); other* great bargains, at BARKER'S, 30th
st. and Broadway.
CITY JlE.Ui ESTATE FOR SALE.
A ?15 WEST 57TIJ ST., SEVEN DOORS FROM 5TH
The finest, boat linlH, ventilated. |ilurab?<l and finished,
brand! tew, full Sled Dwelling, with magnificent laundry
dining and lied room extension. now for sale in the city of
Now York, twin* the master oirort of the coiebratud archi
tects. Messrs D. A J. Jardino.
N. H.?Perinite will bo given to parties desiring to eee Uio
*'?? a work of art,"
without reference to sale; prire, Thl* rain able
property heintr free and clear of mirumhnince. JS40.U*) to
can remain on mortgage at H per rent.
V. K. STK\KNSON, Jr., Agent.
Offices, 4 Flue, 85 Kant 17th at. and 0H1 5th ar.
A ?18 WEST46TH ST.?81TERIILV FINISHED FOUR
\ .story high atonp brown atone, 21.5xli">xl0U; complete
In eeery detail; low price; onsv terms.
V. K. STEVENSON, Jr., Agent.
A TTU ACTIVE nOU8E8?CHOICE LOCATION, NEAR
2V5tb ?v,l open daily; 2W, 35, /J. as Eat 56th, ,'aitli.
O* tiers. DL'OUIN A CROSS MAX, Architect)., ?J East -tlat.
I'rioe liat sent, deocrlbing "How a good house ahould bo
,1 TEST oaoio I,0(TATitrK?PARK AVTrcollNEH
J\.40th; aToiiue I F)feet wide, with beautiful lower gardens
in centre. Corner Ilouee, four at.rry high stoop tiro* n stone,
20x80, with hntler'a pantry oxtouaion; adjoining llouiet,
18x50; both III perfect order; ground high; drainage cum
plele: altogether ia the moat attractive location In lite city;
prleea low ; immediate posaaaaiou. < ipen daily.
TTEXTI()N~)F~mfYERS I8~CALLED kTtHE RE
mainltig two new four atorv House*. about Uniahod,
Nob. its and 72 West 55th ?t.. between oth and tali ava.; ex
cellently planin-d ami finished; #111 bo aold very low to
prompt caab buy era Open daily.
\ REALLY FIRST OLASlT HOUSE. NO. 87 WEST
,54tli at . foraalo. la plannml for comfort and conveni
ence; the build anil finish durable and elegant, the plumb
ing. drainage and ventilation perfeet; opeu daily.
^ ORE AT BARGAIN.
j, m K?r anle. an elegant 21-foot llonae, four story brown
atone front. In perfae.t order; extension ami all Improve
menta; in nno of the boat lilocka up town, between 5th and
tttli ava.; to allrat cinaa party; agcttta will pleuaotioi apply.
Pout oHIco box 4.1SS.
F"'toil'sAI.R-ON KANT STH ST. CLOSE TO 5TTI AY?.
hii elegant extra wide House with Waldo, Ac. Fur prlro
and particulars apply to E. II. LUDLOW A CO., 3 Pine at.
uml 1,130 llroadway.
Ipllll HA I,Is- T1IE HANDSOME FOUR STORY KNU
' liali liaeeiiient llrniaa No 4" West StHh at ; lain good
order and Immedlato pnaaowMon will he given; price,
$22,500. Apply to E. 11. LUDLOW A CO . No. 3 I'lno at..
No 1.131) llroadway.
FtOU SALE LOW TO CLOSE AN ESTATE-NoS 40
ami 51 Weat 57tli at.. Aral claaa brown atone Ilounea. 28
feet front, with extrnaloa; Que cabinet fltiiah, mlrrora,
Ac.: Imilt by owner ttndor auperviaioli of Meaara. D. A J.
Jardino, arcblte.Ha; aperlai attention haa been given to
plumbing, ventilation, Ac.; open for inspection dally. In
cluding Suiidnya. Apply on promise* or to DAVID L.
EINSTEIN, l?7 Church at., or EDWIN EINSTEIN, 24
*jbfo. 10 WEST SSD ST.?THIS FIRST CLASS BROW N
1\ *tona llouao ran be purchased for $38,(01). with Minora,
Cornices, lias Fixtures and Shades, l'cnnita can ha had
at No. 3 rlne at. and 1,130 Hroadway. E. II. LUDLOW A
mHK EVE NINO TELEGRAM
1 TONIGHT WILL ISSUE EXTUAH GIVING
THE LATEST RETURNS
OF THE RESULTS OF THE ELECTIONS.
Must re sold?factory property, 75 feet
on Baxter, 5tl feet mi Mnlherry at , near Grand; 12"
horse eugiiie, com plate shafting and bolting, ateam eleva
tor. Apply 31S East 3!)tll at.
FlOlt SALE?ON WASHINGTON PLACE, A BRICK
House and lot, between Greene and Mercer ats.; lot 2ox
1U) feet. ADRIAN II. Ml LLER A St IN. 7 Pine at.
F10R SALE?THE GREATEST BARGAIN IN THE
rlty?Three story high stoop Philadelphia brick Ilouae
and Lot on West 284 at , 7tli and Mlh avs ; all Improve
ments; pi ire $8,500; 21 by 50 feot; lot 80 feet. Inquire at
85.) Woat 32.1 at.
IXInrt'llM it i-oua.
UK NKW LISTS OF CITY HOUSES FOR SALE NOW
ready. T. S. CLAUKSon ,v CO., I t!' Broadway.
UIHIGKLl i I'llOI'EllTV FbE IALB
AND TO RKJVT.
Tt f ASiflMtiTfiS If.. KMAK ctt* ffXUWyMH
IT Two Itouaoa let at $7'?>; price, *4.500
COOK, 111 rnlton it, Brooklyn.
BROOKLYN PROPERTY FOR SALE
AND TO KENT.
rp<^ C ET~t IIK SI'LF N D ID UK SI OE^OE. NO. 179
1 Columbia Iltfitrlu*, iit?Hr l*l?rrepoi?u ?t., Brooklyn : full
f?uir Mory Mono front high stoop tmsomeiit nn?l collar, wltU
all improvements ami in lino order, uttered at the low rent
of $1 turn aiitl immediate i?o?M;??ioii. Apply to WILLIAM
II. lJl'NNIMU. No 2t> Nansuu st. (Turner Building1, New
6 LOTS "W ITlf ~FALTOK Y BUfLDINU, MAttCY AV.,
3 story frame House, Pacific ?l.,
3 story brick House, i?48 Pacific st.,
2 story brick House, B22 Pacific sf..
2 story frame House, East Now York,
3 story frame House, Htlft Pearl st.,
for sale low, ou easy terms.
MARTIN KALBFLEISCH'S SONS,
;V> Fulton st.. New York.
PROPERTY OIT OK THE CITY FOR
SALE OR TO RENT.
CC'ESSl HLK.'aTYKAt TlVK SUBI' KBASf USDS
?21.(12 milt:,); depot, churches. schools. Ac.
GILBERT SMITH A CO., 201 Broadway.
IjlOR SALK ON EASY TERMS?THE WILLABD HO
tel. at Louisville, Ky.:'the house has 138 rouins, com
pletely furnished; central laratiou, opposite Court House.
Address 0. O. DAVISON, Real Kstatu Agent, Louisville, Ky.
rpT) LET?FURNISHED AMD U X F U U N IS UK D
J. Homes tit i'laiuiiutd. N. J. Address EVAN JONES,
Plai 11 field.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE.
FIRST CLASS ELIZ A BETH Hi (X'SE^XO^ EMCUM
brauce) aud cash for Now York House.
J. O. IIOVT A SOX, 4 Pine st.
T pleasant counYrYHiK>jieTu x k ncu:mbered.
X1 1 ? i miles in New Jersey, with sotuu cash, fur city House;
vuluo not over $1m.UIU. Address T., box dull I'ost office.
TilXOIIAKGE?A FINE LONgIsLaND FARMSTOCK.
JTit'rop ?nd Tools fur city Pruperty. Address FARM, 289
Kosciusko st., Brooklyn.
IjioR SALE OK EXCHANGE?HOUSES, LOTS AMD
. Farms of any duseriptiou; also free and clear mineral
Lauds ill the West. C. HAKFT. 194 Prince st.
?M )R SALE OR EXCHAXOE?CO DMT BY I EATS AT
Immluu and Fislikill; also one for a Washington
House. T. S. CLAKKSON A CO., 149 Broadway.
HEAL ENTATE WANTED.
ACODl'LE OK MOKE OF BUILDINU LOTS
waulud, with water front, and if possible in thu vi
uf Now York, for the purpose of putting up u small <
i.1.1,.,., u.l.1. I.......... ....I. i. i.u fcisr.o i...
ing. Address, with lowest cash price, EDM AiUJS, box 144
Farm "wanted to lease?30 to go acres, on
laiug Island. .1 to l.r> miles out. for trucking purposes.
E. J. GRANGER. 129 Broadway, fifth Ikior.
VVTANTED TO PURCHASE?A THREE"8TORY BRICK
n House, with all tuoderu iiuprovements, in the 19th
ward, Brooklyn; state lowest cash and location: no agents.
Address J. J . Maspetli, Queens county. Long Island.
TO JLET FDR BUSINESS PURPOSES.
corner uf Fulton and Nassan sts.
Several offices iu this building to let at greatly reduced
rents. Thu olHcos will be altered to suit tenants.
The building is heated by steam, aud each office has
washstaud aud water ill it.
Two elevators running. No extras.
JOHN L. KNIGHT,
at the building.
ARE CHANCE?HOTEL, PARTIALLY* FU RNISH ELL
on Broadway, to lease; modern improvements. Re
sponsible!! address OWNER. Herald office.
gTEAM POWER TO LET.
Well lighted, ventilated Rooms or Fleers running entire
length of the block, with reliable steam power at 328 De
luneey St., nearjiast River. Apply at the office of tho engi
neer on the promises or of THE SINGER MAN UP
ING COMPANY, 84 Union si|iiaro. Now York city.
rriHR ORIGINAL S11A K ES PEA RE INN, CORNER OK
X Broadway anil 12lh st., to let. SO East 112th st.
~~Z LET?STORE AND 1BACK ROOMsT 75 FEET
deep; convenient for housekeeping. No. 9 Yarick place.
DWELLING HOUSES TO LET.
?19TII ST.. NEAR BROADWAY?SUPERBLY FUR
?nlshed Dwelling, full else, $175 a muinJi for thu wiiitor.
V. K. STEVENSON. JR.
A?ELEGANTLY FURNISHED HOUSE NEAR WIND
?sor. for winter; one on 33d St. POOLEY A CO., 298
A" NEAT THREE STORY HIGH STOOP BROWN
stone lionse, newly and handsomely furnished; silver,
China, linen, 214 East 3Ulh su
"YIrEST lilTH ST.,"NEAlt XrH AV.?TO KENT KUR
II nlshed, to a private family, a full sited four story high
stoop House, la perfect order. Apply to EI H. LUDLOW
Jt Co., 3 Pino st. and 1.131) Broadway.
T" Ir~LET?FURNISHKD~~L.YK(!E ELEGANT HOUSE,
with private stable; central location; rooms partly let,
without hoard; rent, $2UO per month for the winter. I
J. H. HOLMES, 5U East 23d st. |
(gel T A PER MONTH FOR FOUR STORY AND BASE
O L X l/meiit House, in good order; handsomely and fully
furnished; live minutes from Madison square. Call ur
address OWNER, 317 Broadway, room 4.
A?THE DESIRABLE THREE STORY AND ATTIO
.high stoop brown stone front House No. 355 West 29th
St.; furnace, chstideliers and all modern Improvements;
good front and rear: in perfect order and in the vicinity or
the Episcopal College. Apply to estate of D. A. CUSH
M AN, 172 9tli av., near 29tli st.
T ?13 WEST 4?TH 8T.-BUPBBBLY FINISHED FOUR
XL.story high stoop brown atone Residence, 21.3x(l5xlUO;
complete in every detail; low rent.
V. K. STEVENSON, Jr.. Agent.
CII ITT AO E TO LET?142" EAST 49TII ST.; ALL LM~
/provcmeiits; reduced rent; good location.
"MONTHLY^ELEOANT THREE STORY BROWN
?tone Houses, 198th st., MsdLson av.; llttd st., 4tl>
FIRN18HEO ROOMS AND APARTMENTS
"T* ? kTSoxsrwritSfsrikb fi
jfiDlvlded if dcalrod. Seo (IW'.VKK, 323 East IStli ?t.
A BEAUTIFUL BUTT," ON SECOND FLOOR. FOR
-fxgentleman only; alao single Rooms; house newly fur
nished; modern improvements; highest rt'feruiicon given
and requ irod. 28 East 23d it., Madiaou square.
A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED PARLOR AND BSD
room, to one or two gentlemen, without board. 22 Went
A COMFORTABLE ROOM TO A SINGLE GENTLE
tinti), without Board ; terms moderate. 114 East 22d at.
?one or"two ELEGANTLY FURNISHED BOOKS
? to let cheap; flint class houae. 21<> West 25th.
A LABOR FBOXT BOOM OH THIRD FLOOR, WITH
res and Are, ill private houae, convenient to elevated
road, to let without board to two gentlemen or gentleman
and wife Apply 208 Eaat 53d at.
~T tmTwest wtiT^~nkai^deT.momco>8?kle
j Yka1111> fnruiahed Suite aud single Rooms for gentle
EAUTIKUL KOOM8 TO LET FURNISHED IN SATIN;
large Mirrors, Pianos. Ac., at half price. Call for throo
/laya. GEORGE BOUNDS, 74 3d av.
(COMFORTABLY FURNISHED SMALL BACK RUOM;
Jtaa, hot, cold water, grate Are, #2 SO; one on top tlo<
$1 5). Ji >o Weat 21st. -L
CUIMFORTABLY FURNISHED BOOMS, R AJTD U
/each, suiting two peraona housekeeping; gas, bath.
Reaidenee 332 Eaat 13tn.
C~1 () M FORT A BLYFU It NIS1I KD FRONT Rt HIM AND BRD
/room, healed, large eloaeta. cooking atove, SO; aieup
ing Room, #1 25; liatidaome Parlor and Bedroom, atovu or
grate; aunuy hulls. 15 Eaat IHth ; 1UU Eaat loth
/'Central Depot.?Furniahed Apartments fur amall faiu
/CHEAP RENTS?H/7 EAST 44TH ST . NEAR GRAND
lliaa; gas, bath, Ac.
D~ BRIRABLB FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED
Rooms, alao two Suits, to lot, at low prlcea. lu the
' Madison,' aouthuuat corner of Madison av and 25tb at.
Apply to Superintendent, or to E. 11. LUDLOW A CO., 3
Pine at and I,18U Broadway.
I1LEUANTLY FURM8HKDBOOMS?TO VJUIET l'AR
itiea; pormanont or transit. CKNTKAL, box 1UH Herald
URN 181 IED ROOM8, FOR UOUSEKEEPIMO. 227
West 10th at.
1.CUBNTSHKD-BOOMS, WITHOUT BOARD. FOB UEN
X1 tlonton only; choice accommodations and very central.
3i Weat 39th at.
TLCURNISHKD ROOMS IN A PRIVATE FAMILY; HOUSE
r well appointed; location central; liomo comfort; break
fast If desired; reference. 4ii East 2t>th st.
feu RN IS 11E D ~ ROOMS,-WIT H REASON A BLKPRIYI
I leges; purmanent or transient; meals If dosirable.
FAVOR, Herald office.
~~ ANDSOMKLY furnished booms,~Ukntlkm en
only. 11" West 12th at.
I A ROE AND SHALL ROOMS, FUBNISUED, FOB
Xjgentleinee; also nice Socund Floor. 3U Irving place,
near Westminster Hotel.
I AKUK SUNNY ROOMS, NICBLY FOBJdSMBD, ALL
Jiiuprovemeiita. light housekeeping if doalrcd, tine loca
tion ; rent moderate ? Bank, near 7tb av.
Large, comfortable rooms?grate. tusT
nlng water, uoar elevated station, Si and SCI. 232 Inth
at.. 2d av.
\,ricBLY FURMSHKD KtlOM AND BEDROOM AT
It moderate terms, In flrst class private house. 32U East
PRIVATE FAMILY WILL RENT NICELY FURNISH
ed Room without board ; moderate terms. Address, one
week. M.. box 13U Herald Brnurli office.
TO LKT-A F U RN1811 KD HI ACM FARLOK, SOt'll
East 5.7th st.
TO LET-NICE FURNISHED BOOMS. 100 EAST
TWO LARUE HALL BEDROOMS, LABOR CLOSETS
and water, near St. Cloud Hotel. 1*1 Weat 42d st.
CTII AY. llH NEAR 22D RT-FURNISHED ROOMS,
A/front aud rear, single or en suite, baths, referenrea.
fir ~Vt. MARK'S F LACE.?FURNISHED DOCTOR'S
I Office; alao other ltoome; $3 50 to $7 weekly; no bouse
UKAST 28TII ST.?FRIYATB HOUSE; OJfil OB TWO
haiidaomo Rooms; geutlemen or family; breakfast if
1~7>tTi ST., 24 WEST.. NEAR 4TH AY.?BLBOANTLY
aefurnlahrd Room*, singly er en suite, at moderate
pi ices, without board.
-I a irii ST.,47 WEST.?LAROB SUNNY FRONT HAND
X s-aaomely furnished Rooms, with every eotufort; house
KAST47TH iT.?WHOLE FOURTH FLOOR; ALSO
Rooms on fourth llour for geutlemen ; terms moderate.
? ? 1 WK8T 3BTH sr -HANDSOMELY FURNISHED
O? rRoonia, en suite and singly ; private baths; moderate
??7 KART IKTIl 8t7 BETWEEN" BROADWAY TiND
0 I 4th av ?Comfortably furniahed Booma; southern ex
posure; terms moderate
1 OfVWKST lOTIl 81' ?FURNlRHRt) ROOMS; NO OB
X aWjoctlmi to ladies; Board If desired.
f A A fist I6TH.?Rooms, newly~furnisIedi
X't rveij moderate If pcrmsnont; all Improvements;
house lieuttfd tliroiigbout; no board, gentlemeu euly;
FUKNIMHKD BOOMS AMD APAUTMENTI
q'-Tq EAST 18TII ST.?COMFORTABLE FURNISHED
?) I ?7froiit lull I Room, with tiiu and Board if desired;
UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APART
ME.VTh TO I.KT.
r^kAVVlfVl li A> E M K N T Ft) I' K kOoMS. fft ft
A family or basilicas. No. 17 East 17th ?t., four doom
"a aL-T<) BENT, A LARGE, LIGHT, CORNEK
At Floor, live rooms, ail in good order, newly puiuiod,
front in uu tit Is uv,; mot, $23 luonth; very desirable for
family; possession now; rent from November 15.
K >1 i \ UES .V Co .. r.tlk .iv. mid lbtli st.
4 -ELEGANT FLAT IN THE NEW BUILDING NO.
J\.)57 tub uv., ua*ni* 2?>tb si; flr*t story, seven larjrt
rooms; all light; bath room, range, dumb waiter, Ac.; luiiU
carpeted and all iinpruvetiicnts; janittir will show the floor.
Apply ut estate of 1>. A. t usbiuaii, 17*2 tub uv., near 2Ulh st.
A FLOOR of FIN E ROOMrt?OAri; IIOU 8K KEEPING I
:>:? 4 No. NIJittlfc
Desirable flat apartments s rooms, fuXiL
sixed bouse; small family occupy remainder; rent very
low to desirable party. Apply B45 t?th uv.
ORENCH FLATS TO LEI OONSISTINO OF BIGHT
r rooms, newly painted; in most perfect order; wide
marble ball; Brussels carpet on stairs; location unsur
passed. Apply to janitor, on the premises, 74 West 53d
st., between fit It and bill a vs., or to the owner, M. L. DOYLE,
2UU Grand st.
Flats to let-corner building." apply 145
East 17th Nt.; hours H to 12 morning.
?/\RLEAN?," 077 KT1I A V.?SECOND FLAT, SIX
\ 'rooms. all Improvements, $3fl; "t'astletnn," West 52d
at ,#17; Other.. J. EDGAR I.KAVCIIAKT. 7u2 Htli uv.
Third floor to let in nick private'house,
J'Ji i 5th at. Apply to Mr.. HOKSSEL, second Hour, after
THE CLEVELAND 12?l-l80 EAST 24T11 ST., NEAR
Madiaun square.?Handsome largo Socuud Floor for
liousekooping; stoam lioat, Ac.
mwo A PA K I'M KNTS, 365 WEST ar.T II.?ELEGANT,
I now playground; moderate; for rotiuod families; flue
location, '.nil av.
LTl'FKlt FAKT iiTpRIVATE HOUSE, 7 ROOMS, WEST
J 47 tli st., $;?!. J. EDO Alt LKAYCRAFT. 708 Hth av.
J. A C. JOHNSTON,
Broadway, 5th av. and 22d at.,
having made extensive purcba.e*
Carpets and Upholstery Good*
Lnrgo Auction Snloa,
they are enabled to oflbr their patrons and tha publie
the boat bargains
In tboso goods since tho pauie of 1857.
24<) pieces Ingrains. 37!,'e. per yard.
100 pleeas Tapestry Brussels, 7Dc. nor yard.
185 pieces English body Brussels, #1 25 por yard.
140 pieces Saxony Vulvets. #1 115 per yard.
8!) pieces French Moi|iicttos. #2 por yard.
112 pieces English Wiltons. $2 "si por yard.
2011 pieces Oilcloths. 85c. per yard.
Persian, Turkish and Indian
Mats, Rugs and Carpets,
in extensive variety
and exceedingly low prices.
The Upholstery Department
baeracolved many beautiful pattern*
la tha way of rare Fabrics for
Furnishing aud Window Decoration*
Antique Tapestries, Rsw Silks.
Cashmeres, Spun Silk,
Damasks, Billiard Cletha
Manilla Cloths (for window curtains)
Psrtieree (requiring ao lining).
Jutes, in various colorings,
Panama Cloth (50 Inches wide).
All new Shades, $1 C5 per yard.
A large aud varied assortment
Crnfcronen, Jtcqotrdi, Biiui,
and other material for ?llp coven, at
English Serges from 2f>c. and upward.
from the cheapest Nottingham .
to the most expensive
Brussels unit Antique Luces.
Cottage Draper)'. 1per yard.
Nottingham Lace, Inc. por yard,
lluiine Kitruinliinfr Department,
inn rase* Roe* Blankets, $1 rat; worths ntt.
113 case* Marseille* Guilt*. (I -?>. worth $1!.
lid,bales scarlet twilled Flannel, 3Sc.( worth 40b.
1,Km onsen extra line Napkins. $1 M |ier dozen.
1JUO pieces li> 4 Linen Sheeting. !*lc. net' yard
Fine Damask Table Cloth* and Napkins
proportionately low pricwa.
Sample* of Dry Good* sent gratuitously to all part* of tha
Country on application, thu* enabling out of town partiat to
niuke their purchase* lu New York a* odvatugouusly at
residaut* of tha city.
J. A C. JOHNSTON.
1NINK SHETLAND SEALSKIN MUFF AND BOA. $?;
an extra Hue scarlet embroidered crape Shawl, eery large
niie, $15; a magnificent Shetland sealskin Sacque. $4A.
MILLS A COLEMAN, isu Grand at.
ptABIS MADE CLOAKS, WRAPS^
MANTLES AND SACQUE8,
? IN CLOTH, SILK. MATKLASSE. AC. ALSO,
CIRCULARS AND ULSTERS,
NEW SIIAFES, MATERIALS AND TRIMMINGS, AT
VERY LOW PRICES.
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S CLOAKS
IN ORKAT VARIETY.
A. T. STEWART A CO..
BROADWAY, 4TH AV.. HTII AND IttTH STS.
The evening telegram
TO NIGUT WILL ISSUE EXTRAS GIVING
THE LATEST RETURNS
OF THE RESULTS OF THE ELECTIONS.
MILLINERY AM) I lit KMMltlAKINO.
Mm i. ftA'Ml?Lin>K LACY""HaS (CKSfflBTZ
Urirt AMurtmont of whit* and colorm! Bonnets
of tbe mo?t exq til Mile ohiiMW. which mIii> wilt well at prices
never oir?rcd before. HH^St Broadway, iicaf HHh nt. _
JpAb-glrAltift?R* oV The BIil6<JfcAfTu "8UMI
Central Committee, St. N'lehola* Hotel.?Authentic rw>
turn* from llie different election district* will ba received
and ported in the rotunda of thl* hotel election night.
CUT THIS OUT AND VOTE IT IT IS A I.KGAL BAL
LOT AND is PROPERLY INDORSED.
XTKW YORK. NOVKMHKR 4, 1S7S.
1\ In answer to another publication in tho Gorman Jour
nal of November 4, 1H7M. 1 hereby declare said statement
to tie an infamous and wilful falsehood from bogtuning to
I never mad* such a statement, neither In a public nor In a
private way. On the contrary. 1 hereby ropoal again that I
anew of no better man than mv son. Edward Cooper, and I
will be hi* secnrlty that he will never l eiray any trust that
may he rnnllded to his rare; conscuuenily. my answer pub
llshed bp Cbarle* C Spoerry and Ferdinand Reiser Is tha
trutli and nothing hnt the truili. and I hereby authoria* said
gentlemen again to translate this, my written answer, and
publish the -anie in the Uermau aa well aa in the English
Raw VOKK, Nov. 4, IS78.
(Signed) PETER COOPER
In reference to the above advertisement of Mr. Peter
Cooper I hereby alee declare the insinuation* of said Ger
man Journal false and nntrun a* far as they concora me
personally. My career has always linen a repectablo one, ad
thousand* ef my frieude will testify.
CHARLES C. SPoERBY,
DM Canal it.
For my person I will pnhlieh my answer to the seld Ger
man Journal at tor election, FKKD. HEl./.K It.
WW Mutt ?t., corner of Houekia.
F?r Aseoclat* Judge of tha Court
of Appeal* in the place Of Samuel
IIsnn. appe riled la the place of
WUIIam V Allen, deceased,
GF.ORG K 11 HKADLKZ.
For District Attorney,
BENJ AMIN K. I'll I.LPS.
Pot City Judge,
BUFl'S B COWING*
MOKITZ H 1,1*1 NUEiL
/TUT THIS OUT AND YoTK It IT IS A LRU All
V- BALLOT AND 13 PROPERLY INDORSED.
Por Aldermon at Large,
JOHN 0 HYATT.
MICHAEL W BURN A
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