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THE NEW 4 ORK HERALD
WHOLE NO. 15,436. ' NEW YORK, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1878.-TRIPLE SHEET. ?? PRICE THREE CENTS DMECTOKV FOK ADVERTISERS. HKHAI.D BRANCH OFFICE, 1.365 BROADWAY OPEN DAY AXD NIOHT FOR RECEPTION OF ADVERTISEMENTS AND SALES OF PAPERS. AMUSEMENTS?3n Pac.k? Int. 2d and 3d cols. ASTROLOGY?2d Pauk?Utli ooL BILLIARDS? 12th Pauk?6th col. BOARDERS WANTED?2d Pat; k?5th and 6th cola. BOARD AND LODGING WANTED?2d Pack?6th col. BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE?2d Baud?4th col. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES?Dm Pace, business NOTICES?7iii Pao??<itb col. CITY REAL ESTATE FOR SALE?2d Pack?4th eoL CLERKS AND SALESMEN?12m Pack?3d col. CLOTHING?12tii Pacia?till col. COACHMEN AND GARDENERS?12th Pack?.'Id col. COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS?12th Pace?5th and 6th cola. COUNTRY BOARD?2d Pack?6th col. DANCING ACADEMIES?2d Pack?3d coL DENTISTRY?12th Pack?4th col. DRY GOODS?1st Pack?3tli col. DWELLING HOUSES TO LET, FURNISHED AND UN FURNI8UBD?2i> Pack?4th col. EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS?12tii PiCK-Sth coL . EUROPE?7th Pack?6th col EXCURSIONS?12th Pack?6th col. FINANCIAL?t>TH Pack. FOR SALE?12th Pack?4th col. . FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?2d Pack?4th and 5th cols. FURNITURE?2l) Pack?6th col. HELP WANTED?FEMALES? 12th Pack?2d col. HELP WANTED?MALES?12tu Pack?3d and 4th cola. HORSES, CARRIAGES, AG?1st Pack?3d, 4th and 5th cols. HOTELS?2n Pack?Oth col. HOUSES. ROOMS, PLACES OF BUSINESS, AC., WANTED?2d Pack?5th col. INSTRUCTION?2d Pack?3d col. LOST AND FOUND?Irt Pack?lateol MACHINERY?12th Pack?tth col. MARBLE MANTELS?2d Pauk-OHi coL MATRIMONIAL?11TH Pack?lat col. MEDICAL-12TH Pack?Ith col. " MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING?lat Pack?5thcol. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS?lOin PAOK-Gth col. MUSICAL?2p Pack?3d col. NEW PUBLICATIONS?7th PACB-6th coL PERSONAL?1st Pack?lat col. PIANOFORTES. ORGANS. AC.?2d Pack?3d col. POST OKFICE NOTICE?12th PAOK-flth col. PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES? 12th Pack?2d col. _ PROPERTY OUT OF T1IE CITY FOR SALE OR TO RENT?2d Pack?4th ml. REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE?2d Pack?4th col. REAL ESTATE WANTED?2n Pack?tth col. REWARDS?1st Pack?lat col. BALES AT AUCTION-Irt Pack?5th and 6th col. SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES?llTll Pack?2d. 3d, 4th. 5th and 6th cols., and 12th Pack?1st and 2d col*. SITUATIONS WANTED?MALES? 12tu Pack?2d and 3d coIh. SPECIAL NOTICES?1st Pack?lat. 2d nnd 3d cols. SPORTING?DOGS, BIRDS. AC.?1st Pack?3d col. THE LECTURE SEASON?12th Pack?6th col. THE TRADES?12th Pack?4th col. TO I.KT FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES?2d Pack?4th eoL TRAVELLERS' GUIDE?12th Pack?6th col. UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? 2i> Pack?5th col. WANTED TO PURCHASE?12th Pack?Hth col. WATCHES. JEWELRY, AC.?12th Pack?Mi col WINES, LIQUORS, AC ?12th Pack?tth col. WINTER RESORTS?2n Pack?6th col. YACHTS, IP'EAMHOATS, AC.?lorn Pack?6th col. PERSONAL. "^:Wmn^.EAVES.^lAN you're at twenty JYIourth street window, old place, at 1 P. M. to-day ? C1ALIOO PETE?PLEASE CALL THIS (TUESDAY) AF /iernoon at Jack's offlco, between 9% and 4. 13 BUSHMAN B C.tX WILL HEAR OF SOME U.thing to hor interest by leaving bor addrcas at tho Herald offlco. K. A. Grand st. car to ferry, 4:is Monday-, recognition hr bowing after alighting; state ono of two eiretimatances which took place; will await with anxiely; had a companion much larger than solf. MAN HATTAN, box 226 Herald ollieo. H AW KINS?IMPOSSIBLE FRIDAY. H VON RACOVIT7.A? PLEASE WRITE YOUR AD .dress to A. B. F., l'oat offlco, city. H F.?CALL AT I. C.'S. OR AT HOUSE, RAILROAD ? av. and l7t>th at. O. W. F. H ?PLEASE WRITE AT ONCE, NAMING FRIDAY .or Saturday. * D. C W. WOOLSON. MUSIC TEACHER, WILL PLEASE i .call on Mr. M , 25 Nassau at. M US. "PUFFY"?WILL BE IN ftllAPE VERY SHORT ly to marry you. Will you come back at once on ?uch M IN NKSOTA?203-33. R LF.ASK?PLEASE COMMUNICATE WITH RAM say at once. <OURY MISSED YOU LAST TIME; COME TO OLD /place at 3. "? TO M.?YOUR LETTER RECEIVED ALL RIGHT many thanks. ? CRESCENT. THANKS; YOU WON T REGRET _Til E SACRIFICE; glad thorn's no resentment; it wonR be always^thii*. ^ Young lady in front seat, san francisco Minstrels, Saturday evening, send address to LIGHT BURNSIDKS, box 134 llormld Uptown offlco. roUBS RECEIVED. ....... 8CH0TTT. LOST AMD KOI'\I). f 08T?HON DAY, 1STH, IN THE CARS FlfoMNEW I J Haven to New York or on the olevated road to Fulton Ferry, a ramoo Breaatpln of great value to tho owner; a liberal rewnrd for any Information given at ISU Washington at., Brooklyn, I. I. r OST?ON SUNDAY MORNING, A CORNET. WITH JCase. Return to 411 East Hth st. and receive roward. IIBKRAL REWARD FOR RETURN OK FRENCH JWalnut and Gold Purse, taken from lady in 14th st. store onday. P M. No gaoatloata asked. 275 West 224 st. LOST?IXGOING FROM MADISON AV. TO TILI'ORD'S store, Broadway, a Gold Wntch, with hlsck ribbon at tached. Handsomely rewarded hv leaving at 436 5th nv. Lost?on sunday, a ring, on returning same to 1,167 Broadway a reward will be given. o WNER CAN HAVE UMBRELLA AND OVERCOAT left at 717 6th av. on November 2<>. HEW A ADM. SffrRSifAftii. No'yi EstioNs XSIfEb?Volt ri' H>JUturn of Coat taken front 74tli at., near Madison av., Sunday last, about 6:30 P. M. Address HEN., Herald Up town office. JlQr RKWARD.-LOST. ON A FOURTH AVENUE JlP^JtJear, between Cooper Instllnte ami 33d St., oil Sunday evening last, an open faco English gold Watch and Chain, for which the tinder will receive tho aboTe reward aud no questions asked. Dr. .1. ALIeKN. No. 7 West 33d ?t. iff REWARD.?lost" 1HTII INST.. GOLD LEV Eli fO - REWARD ?LOST. lHTn INST.. GOLD LEVER ^?JWat< h ; white. o|>en race: No. 2.52S; Arnold. Adams Co. Return to 2i? St. Mark's nlnco, between tho lionra of 8 A. M. and 12 M.. and no questions asked. NOTICK?I K~T 11 EPARTY WHO BORROWED M Overcoat from the Society Library this day will rrtur the papers. Ac., he ia quite wolcorao to the coat and will ri reive :*> reward. ALBERT WELLES. SPECIAL NOTICES. SK8S8 TTTTTTTTT OOOO PPFPPP 8S8SSSB TTTTTTTTT OOOOOO PPl'PPPP 88 88 TT OO OO PP I'P 88 TT OO <)() PP PP 88888 TT OO OO PPPPPPP 88888 TT OO OO PPPPPP !!!! !!! !!! 88 TT OO OO PI ? ,, 88 88 TT OO OO PP 8888888 TT OOOOOO PP 88888 TT OOOO I'P Q READ AND REFLECT. Shakeapeare ray*. "There i? a tldo In the affaire of men, which, taken at the Hood, lead* on to fortune." Ami what wan trno in hi* time appllea to ?ho present moment. Therefore |tra?p thi* opportunity; it may be tho Hood which Will lead you on to fortune. 8 11 44 000 trio 000 f II $.?$ 11 444 00 '0 00 f'O 00 (*) 11 | ( 11 4 44 0) OO 0) 00 0) 00 f $ 11 C8$ II 4 44 09 (0 tin (0 OO (? FOR $?$ II 8 $ II 4444414 ( 0 00 HO (*) <0 00 8 $ 11 $8.? 11 44 ,?tO 00 00 00 00 09 11 $ 11 44 ? 000 000 000 8 11 114 TIIB KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY, waxen draws Saturday, November aa Aa there are ale<> t.sit.', other price*, AMOUNTING TOGETHER To 887,035, Ihla will bo a apleudid investment. WHOLE TICKETS, 81. SECURE YOUII TICKETS IN WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS OPEN UNTIL 10 O'CLOCK. Thnreday, Tliunk*Kivin;; Day, closed. WILLIAMSON A CO., GENERAL EASTERN AGENTS, MM BROADWAY. NEAR HOU8TON ST.. NEW YORK. ~k -for EDUCATION AND CHARITY. BT AUTHORITY OF THE STATE. GEN. 0. T. BEAUREGARD, OF LOUISIANA, GEN. JURAL A. EARLY, OF VIRGINIA WILL PERSONALLY ARRANGE ALL DETAILS AND SUPERVISE THE EXTRAORDINARY GRAND ?BMI-ANNUALi DRAWING OF THE LOUISIANA STATU LOTTERY COMPANY, AT NEW OR LEANS, TUESDAY. DECEMBER 10. ll.27l> PRI7,E8, AMOUNTING TO $593,500, HIOLUDINO ONE CAT ItAL PRIZE OF SIOO.OID; ONE GRAND PRIZE OF ONE GRAND PRISE OF 20/00, AC. TICKETS TEN DOLLARS fflO); HALVES, FIVE DOLLARS (*."?); FIFTHS? TWO DOLLARS <Stn; TENTHS, ONE DOLLAR~~(ijl]\ WRITE FOR CIRCULARS OR SEND ORDERS TO M. A. DAUIMIIN, POST OFFICE BOX M NEW ORLEANS. LA., OR TO II. L. PLUR, ?!? BROADWAY, NEW YORK. 4? ? If?"HYK AND KocK" (TRADE MARK HE A. CORDED) 18 8411,D BY LEADING DHIOOIBTS AT? PER lloTtLR, \NI> AT MY DEPOT MR CHAM. REUS ST. SOUTH HIDE. ASK FOR VAN HElL'S "RYE AND BOCK." ALL OTHERS ARE IMITATIONS. RPBCIAIs MOTICK*. "T~^Stl3Sf0ff")etifiC?lP8; A certain,' safe and _f\..efr.< tual cur* fur all nervous and chronic diseases. Then* appliance* ar* applicable to either cox anil afford In ?taut relief lu case* of rheumatism. dyspepsia. getiernl lia bility, Ac. J'ulvermacher's Ate the uuly genuine. Depot, 212 jiroadway. ALL DISEASES Of MEN, WHATEVER THE i?UN, recent or 1?I1K standing, speedily and peruia aeutly cured bjr Dm. DYElt A UUINDLK, 47 Went lllth ?t., near Oth a*. LL DISEASES?BLOOD, SKIN, NEEVOl'S DKBIL1 Lty; no fee until cured; consultation free. Dr. FKKMAW,380 Grand et. A RARE COLLECTION OF OLD AND VALUABLE Ac __0olnn, Home preceding Ibe date of Christ, will he dis posed of very renaonably. Can be seen ut office of 1'erk, (?ilhert. A Co., 16 Broad st. ATTENTION!?THIRTY YEARS' PRUSSIAN AND American practice; specialties, dlacases of men and loss of manhood; consultation free. Dr. JACOBY, 101 Blercker at. -ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY. Extra Louisiana Slate Lottery. Kentucky State Lottery. German Government Lotteries. Kentucky and Georgia Daily Drawings. Pull Information sent free. THEODORE ZSt'IIOCH, SB Park row. A FINE SILK HAT $.131, WORTH $5.?KELT HATS, latest style*, 81'.ID worth $3. 10 Now Church at., up stairs. Anna e. park, medical electrician,.r?i7 west 23d.?Rheumatism, sciatica, paralysis, neuralgia spe cialties. Office treatment, $1; visits, $3; consultation free. DYICE FREE.?DR. WHITEHEAD, PK0FR880B W Midwifery. Safe and satisfactory treatment guaranteed. 215 East 45th st? near 3d av. Ll7SPECIAL COMPLAINTS CERTAIN. SAKE AND permanently cured to elthor sex. Dr. CUf, 202 East lbth st. ftllARLES II. FOSTER.?SPIRITUAL SEANCES, 1,257 U Broadway, second floor. DU. GRAY, 202 EAST 1'iTII ST.?DISEASES OF MEN and the nervous system a specialty. Consultation free. Dlt. KICOKD'S ESSENCE OF LIFE RESTORES MAN liood to the debilitated in four weeks; failure impossi ble; 83 per case. Druggist* supplied. Sole agent. Dr. J. JACQUES, 7 University place, New York. "J y VOUCH CAUSES ATTENDED to "promptly", is/ 1 /without publicity; experienced lawyer; consult him. ISAAC (J. BOYCK, 241 Broadway. Dinner pills?to prevent acidity and aid digestion; a certain cure for dyspepsia. These cole brntnd pills, used by Dr. Uphnra during a long and success ful medical career, are for sale at No. 38 East 4th st. l'rlco, SO cents per liox. Sent by mall post paid. EPPS' COCOA. EPFS' COCOA. GRATEFUL AND COMFORTING. "By a thorough knowledge of the naturallaws which govern the operations of digestion and nutrition, and by a careful application of the fine proportion of well selected cocoa, Mr. Epps has provided our breakfast tables with a delicately flavored beverage which may save ns many heavy doctors' hills. It is by the Judicious use of such arti cles of diet that a constitution may b" grndually built up nutil strung enough to resist every tendency to disease. Hundreds of subtle maladies are floating around us ready to attack wherever thero is a Weak point. We may escapo many n fatal shaft by kooplng ourselves well fortiticd with pure blood und a properly nourished frame."?Civil Service Uazcite Sold onlv in tins (t? lb. and 1 lb), labelled. JAMES EPPS A CO., HOMOEOPATHIC CHEMISTS, Ijotidon, England. E?OFFICIAL KENTUCKY STATE DRAWINGS. ? KKVrrCKY?K.XTIt\ CLASS NO, 659?XOVT.MIIKK 25, 1878. 12, 16. 28, 73, tx?, 18, 71. IW, 10, 13, (Mi. 4, 02. KKNTtTCKV?CLASS. NO. 680?XOVKMBKR 25, 1878. 2!), 52, 77, 87, 88. 58, 18, :d>, 47. 32, 57, 78, 39. SIMMONS A DICKINSON, Managers. (iKORRIA STATIC?B.TTKA CLASS NO. 871)?NOVEMBKK 25. 1878. 33, 12, 20, 43, 23, 33, 25, 42, 83, 38, 3, 7, 44. RV.OHRIA STATK?CLASS NO. 080?NOVKMBKIl 25, 1878. 2, 01, 13, 18, 30, 47. 08, 55, 4!?; 7, 14, 72. 58. K. I). EDDY A CO.. Managers. Information given regarding the above drawings. Apply toCLUTE A CO., Bankers, *10 Broadway. Ijl ?KENTUCKY STATE SINGLE NUMBER V.draws Novembers;). Capital prize, $14,000. Tickets, $1. Extraordinary drawing of tiio louiaiaitn State Distribulluu, December lti. Capitul prise, $100,000. 11,279 prizes, distributing $522,500. Tickets, $10, $5, $2, $1. CLUTK A CO., Honkers, 21X) Broadway. JjJ ?ROYAL HAVANA DRAWS DECEMBER 0. Capital prise. $2<*),(XX). $810,<M%Co be dis s, $40, $20, $10, $5, $2, $1. CLUTK A CO., i Bankers, 200 Broadway. 1711NE REAL PACQUKS REDVKD IN THE BERT J? manner; darkest slindc and highest lustre, ami length ened out with seal, ottor, beaver or Alaska sable; time for redyeing, 10 days. Apply at 33 Howard ut. or ut the fac tory, 44 Steubuu St., Brooklyn. K. 0. B< BOUGHTON, !13 Howard st. HAVANA draws DECEMBER a?CAPITAL. $200,000. Tickets, $81, $1. St. Stephen, New Brunswick, Novem ber 3U. Capitals, $23,000, $l"i,000, $10,000. Whole tickets, $1. FIELD A CO.. 1.212 Broadway. [UKIPER TAR CIGARETTES-INSTANT RELIEF AND I raidd cure of nasal and throat catarrh; price, 25c. Kentucky state draws novemhr :*>. CAPITAL PRIZE, $14,000, FOR $1; 9*,0(X> PRIZE FOR $1; $4,000 PRIZE FOR $1; $2,300 PRIZES FOR $1; $1,000 PHIZES FOR $L 1,808 PRIZES, AMOUNTING To $<i7.025. WHOLE TICKETS ONE DOLLAR. LOUISIANA STATE DRAWS DECEMBER 10; CAPITAL PRIZE. $l(JO,?*J0; TICKETS, $IU, $5, R2 and $1. COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY DRAWS NOV. 30: CAPITAL PRIZE.$30,(XXI; TICKETS $2 AND $1, JACKSON A CO., ltankcrs, 82 Nassau St., near Fulton. T0U NO TIME! BUY YOUR TICKETS TO-DAY. 8IXTH GRAND DRAWING OF THE COMMONWEALTH DISTRIBUTION COMPANY AT LOUISVILLE. KY., SATURDAY', NOVEMBER 30. 1,800 CASH PRIZES, $115,400. $30,000, $10,000, $5,000. lo OP $1,000, 20 of $500 NO POSTPONING. NO SCALING OF PRIZES. A FULL LIST PUBLISHED IN THIS PAPER. TICKETS ONLY $2.. HALVES, $1. A SPLENDID CHANCE FOR A FORTUNE. PRIZES PAID PROMPTLY ON PRESENTATION. JACKSON A CO., General Agents, 82 Nassau st. P. S?TO ACCOMMODATE OUR BROOKLYN AND JERSEY CITY PATRONS THIS OFFICE WILL HE REIT OPEN TILL?! P. M ON THANKSGIVING DAY. I A DIES, YOUR PARTICULAR ATTENTION.?THE JBenutlfylng Baths, now open at Central Park Ruths 59th st., 7th av.; something entirely new; ladieh 8 till 2 o'clock. "m; Piaeareanf mi>n and the nerrnit* *r*tcm * specialty. Important ra*ea medical or aurglcal; impairment of any organic function, hereditary or ronatitiitionni tuiDL HENRY A. DANIELS, M. D., 144 Lexington nr., noar -itth at. Hour*, 8 to :i and <1 to 7. MAN'S MISSION ON EARTH?A THOROUGH MKDI ral troutine indicating Imw conflrmed <li*nhllltlo* may bo rumored. Th? experience of twenty youra' etudy, obaer ration and prnfeaaioual practice, showing tlin agencies that will Inxnro restored manhood. strengthened vitality and aound condition of lioultli, tlial have boon impaired by orertaxed power*. A stutement, of otmtarlen to marrtligo and of tho mean* by which they can ne romovoU. lly inail, ltr>e., currency or wastage atanipa. Addreaa Secretary Mn sentn Anatomy and Science, 1,148 Broadway, New York. MARHLK MANTELS, GRAVESTONES, TILING;" HOT" torn price*. A. KLARKK, lit I Eaat 18th at,, tieur.'ld a v. MISS BESSIE RANK WILL GIVE MAGNETIC treatment for nerruua diseases, rheiiinatlxtn, Ae. 283 tith ir, MISS HATTIK (JlTtliS GIVES MAGNETIC TREAT mont for rhcumatiam. Hatha l.V.t Ka*t 2'itli at., flr*t lloor, firat door Miss-viola TiTkIdriciiT magnetic iieaTrms Ka*t loth at., between L'nireraity place and llrundway. Snro enrea guaranteed. LIZZIE NEWELL" AND MABElT EDMONDS, ?21 t'linton plaro, being strongly magnetic, givo vital ising treatment and medicated hath*. wblcli clean*ee, im part* vitality, enree rheumatism. nerrnu* debility, lung, liver, kidney, corpulency, apinal di season. ATISS LOTTIE BANCROFT GIVES MAGNETIC TREAT It 1 mont for rltciimatiaui. Euat 2Blti at., second floor. Don't ring. MISS CAULKTON (HIKES RHEUMATISM. GIVI'S ?nagnotic treatment. 201 tit It av., *,?ootid (light (don't ring). VfAGXBTIC TKEAT MKNTFoR" RHEUMATISM, BY iutatf of experience. SIMM \Ve?t 21ld ?t. (lower bell i. OVER 2r?,t*lii SUFFERING SICK CURED IN 1S YEARN by Dr. rANVOt', the wonderful healer, without modi cine. The poor cared free from M to lo A. M. Tor tbc*e willing and able to par, 10 to 8 !>. M. Office 21 Ilotid ?t.. New t ork. Call, aee te*t1mouiali of cure* made lit tho pant year and a half in thl* rlty. PURSUANT TO REQUEST. AX A D.I <>!' HNKD MEET X lug nf went ?ide property oaner* interenled in the im provenient of Miinbattnn Minare and It* rlrlnity inul high water ?ervic? on the *mt aide will he held at the Mnrenin of Natural History. 8th a v. a ad 7sth m., on Tue*day, the yHtli Irift., nt 2(i I* M.. for llic ptirpow of (waring tlio ro port of the fWtlnnlttee appointed at ?ne former molding and inking further measure* to promote thoeo object*. All porauiie interested are re?n -etfnlty Invited to attend. I>WIGHT il. ul.MSTF.AD. Chairmen. Jniia W. Ptaarog, Secretary. ptI.ES:-I)R. CHANDLER'S PILONl SURE CURE J for pile*; giro* inntant relief; i* harmless; I* never failing; all Htondway druggist*; 3D rent* tier package, K, till AN DLE.it, Proprietor. U" iiKi matTsm POSITIVELY cured.?EUROPEAN RHEUMATIC SOCIETY ha* romnved from 2D7 to 210 Went ;Mth *t. Only gonnine olP.ro In America, nml incorpo rated nndor act of Kfhruary 17,104K Consultation, torina and circular* free. lioYAL HAVANA DRAW'S DKCKMBER (',, IflTsT" At' fU0.i??t distributed. Capital priae fcftni.iKKt TIIK EXTRAORDINARY lor Deem, her 24 mow ready. $ I .JlflO.fllin diatrihcMd. Capital prile. (IMD.Otl). All prlrea eaahod lit it*. Havana llank Hill* bought and inld Draft* on lint ana leaned. C. VIADERO A Co., Hanker*, No. I New *t.. New York. R" UYAL liAVA N A I.OTTKKV. Next Ordinary Drawing. December II. Next Extraordinary Drawing, December 24. Knr particular* undress M. A. MARTINEZ .t Co.. Banker*. I't Wall *t., bnxement. R~ llKUMATISM.?POSITIVE CU RES GUARANTEED. European Rheumatic Society. Tho only olheo ill Amor lea. 3D Wont SBth *t. (Beware of latpoeter*.) fflTH ANKSGlVtSo AT THE rivi POINTS MISSION," X 01 Park ft. Rev. Rlxlinp Harris will pie-ide; exorcises at I.1,; dinner atd; donation*"olleitcd; pablie Invited. - t. S. BROWN, Superintendent. rpTTB~Ax"?'uAL* KLKt'TH>N FOR HOARD OF THUS. 1 tee* of Children'# Fold will be held en Monday, Decetn bor 2. 1878, at 111 Broadwaj .room J"*', Ht if I'. M. N. 8TET8UN, dr., Htcrcttr/. iJuiE' SPKCIAI* SOTIl'BS. TTreaT chance. ' TilK GREAT CHANCE. TUK GREAT CllANCK. COMMONWEALTH DISTRIBUTION COM PA XT COMMONWEALTH DISTRIBUTION COMPANY COMMONWEALTH DISTRIBUTION COMPANY .DRAWS AT LOUISVILLE NOVEMBER 3" ?draws at LOUISVILLE NOVEMBER 30. DRAWS AT LOUISVILLE NOVEMBER JU. Wio.ono KOR ONLY $2. $10(??i KOR ONLY $2. $5,UI0 KOR ONLY $2. 1,957 OTHER PRIZES. LAST NOTICES. LAST NOTICES. LAST NOTICES. WnOLE TICKETS. $2; HALVES, ft. Adrlros* nil order* ?o T. J. tX)MMERKORD.8efr*Urr, Courier Journal Building. I.rfui*vlllo, Ky .or B. II. ORTEll A CO., Eastern Agonts, 1,220 Broadway, New Vork. OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M. N. B?OPEN THANKSOIVINO DAY UNTIL 1 P. M $67.92").-' OU> ,:l;U UiU!; ' DRAWS AGAIN. KENTUCKY STATE. NOVEMBER 30. CAPITAL PRIZE, Spl4,l??i -irym ONE OF $8jOui. ONE of *4,000. 1,883 OTHER PRIZES. DOWN TO THE LOWEST OK $-> $"7,ir25 DISTRIBUTED. T WHOLE TICKETS ONLY ONE DOLLAR. Address all orde.-a to the lurky offices of the Northern Agents, B. II. l'OKTER A CO., 1,227 Broadway, New York. OPEN TILL H P. M. I Louisiana Extraordinary drawn December lo Tickets, $1"; Halves, One-lifth, #2; Oue-tonth, *1. ill 'I'M OAI1 -IIOVAL HAVANA I.l iTTKRY^? ! Si.oD().Ul)U.Kxlrtwdlnry drawing December 24. Capital, $500,000; ordinary drawing D'-eoniher *?: <??l>'Raj. $200,0110. Prima cashed and nrdora filled by SONNr.N HEltO A CO.. New Havon^Oonn. _ SH)RTISC-DOfi8,JIIM^iWA^_ I Ss~e?THX ~ 1 - Parties desiring ail elegant breerlilnadlug Shotgun, at half ita oaual coat, must not forget our last aale to day at 12 o'clock. BARKER A CO.. 47 and 4>> Liberty sL__ 't ?BARKER A CO.. 47 AND 40 LIBERTY ST.. WILL A.sell this day a line Lavarlch Si tter, well broken. _ rpilE ONLY BREEDER AND DEALER OK FIRST I premium Mount St. Bernard Dogs English I us* nnd Kox Terriers and all other choice hreeda of Dogs; also four dilTerent atruina of (jaino Kowl. Medicine '"r ail dog and fowl diacaaea. D. P. KoSTKR. ? Weat 3d at. THE TURF. T~^KEfW?7oir~PArTT."SATlfRDAY, NOVEMB^K y\_.30?Purne 830, to rout wngoiiH, for horneu that n*v?r heat 2::?? In liarneaa. Kntrlea clone Thursday, Novombor 2S. A-ldreaa GATES II. BARNARD. "CILKBTWOOD PARK?THE GREAT TROTTING JD Race advertised for Friday, November 22. undpost poned on account of the weather, will come off on Weduoe day, Novombor 27, hi 1 o'clock. HORSES, CARRIAGES, &I. "A "CdfRlN "HObsK OK VAN TASSELL A KEARNEY, A 110 AND 112 EAST 13TII ST.. NEAR 4TII AV. REGULAR SALES OF HORSES AND CARRIAGES EVERY -TUESDAY AND IRIDAA. On every horae that ia warranted sound or kind and true In hariioaa from one to three days are given to test warrantees. CATALOGUE OP THIS DAY'S (TUESDAY) SALE AT 10 O'CLOCK. PAIR HANDSOME BLACK GELDINGS, IS* HANDS HIGH ? and 7 yearn old: prompt, game drivera; linvo extra lino atvle nnd action; a flrat claaa carriage or road team; thoroughly broken to aadille; warranted ami nit and kind and true In all harneaa; act Double EXTENSION "top PHAETON, POLE AND SHAFTS; BROWN* TROTTING GELDING, IS,'a HANDS HIGH, 6 year* old; an caay, prompt and game driver; can trot in 2:50; aafe'and reliable every way; warranted aound and kind and true in all harneaa. ... , BAY HORSE, IB HANDS HIGH, H yeara old; haa been need to a coupe; not afraid of elevated railroad or any thing; atanda without tying; warranted aound, kind and true in all harneaa. ...... - ? CHESTNUT HORSE, HANDS high, 7 yeare old, nil extra driver; can trot in li minutes; ie safe ana re liable every way; f?ri*t claaa family or road borne; warranted kind ?nd true in all liarneaa. BAY HORSE, SIRED BY CLARK CHIEF. 10 handa high, s yeara old; on extra family or pole horae; can trot in 2 :50 or better; fenrleaa of anything; war ranted kind und true in all liarneaa. Single-Harness. ... _ _ TOP FULL SPRING WAGON, built by J. B. Brewster ' & Co., of 25th at. _ _ . BAY HOlisE, 15)* HANDS HIGH, 8 yeara old; a good driver; aftfe and reliable for anyone to drive*, fine family horse; warranted sound, kind and true In all NEKY*rHAXDSOME GRAY TROTTING GELDING, l.-,ig handa high, 8 yoara old; an extra prompt and plea cant driver; can trot in 2*5; unewrnaaaed for atyie and beauty; perfectly gentle and reliable; war rnutod kind and true In all harness. GRAY HOUSE. 1S>4 HANDS HIGH, 7 yeara old; ?pond, freo driver; atand* without tying; warranted sound and kind and true in all harness; single Ilar nt*HH and . . , NO TOP BUSINESS WAGON, nearly new; also DOUBLE FURNITURE TRI CK. BAY GELDING, 1-Vt HANDS HIGH, fl yeara old; a free, handy driver: sharp traveller; warranted kiqd and true In all harneaa. BAY MARE, IS,'. HANDS HIGH, 8 yeara old: a good, froe driver; works well anywhere: Bale for any one to driva; warranted sound and kind and true in all liar noMs; Single Hnrnoi?a. Wl?ipa, Blankets and TOP 1*11 \ETON. by UCHKNHI'liY A NELSON. PAIR tVllAY TRUCK 0OR8K8. HANDS HIGH, 9 and lti years old; good workers; warranted kind aud true in all hsrness; Double Truck Harness and DOUBLE TRUCK, in GOOD OHDKK. j ^ BLACK TEAM, l.\H IIAND8 HIGH, 8 and 9 years old; prompt, handy drivers; good family team ; sharp trav ellers; warranted kind aud true in all harness; Double Harness aud COUPK IN GOOD OKDKR. ? . COUPE ROCK AWAY. HIGH DOOR ROCK AW AY Jntnp cent Huckaway,2 Portland Cutter*, four-neat hlelgh, 2 Clarences. 4 top Phuetonc; top, full coring Wagon, by Brewclcr A Co.. of Broome st.; 18 other top, sidebar, nnd full spring; 2 cite of elegant, eilver mounted Carriage llcrnecc, good as new. SALE COMMENCES AT TEN O'CLOCK. RChTjoHNSTON, AUCTIONEER. Mortgagee-? *sle ot Horses, Cnrrlsgcsand Hsmem. Ac., entire contetits of the Empire Stables. 1UB Kact 129th et near ltd iiv , on Wednesday, Noveuiber 27, 1878, ut J0,'a o'cloek. Particular* to morrow c Herald. ? ?CARRIAGES AT A SLAUGHTER; PHAETONS _A ? Buggies, ltecknwai and Depot Wagons: must be sold to make room for Slelghc. CHARLES tilU BE. hJit anal. TWO-YEAR-OLD STALLION. BI VIR(ldi|AM. Abletonlan, for mle. Addrenc, for pxrticnlarc, KKETCH, UmM olMce. t Vol It YF. mi-old''gelding. BY EDWARD KVK Arett. for cale cheap. For particular* address KKKTt.lI, Herald office. t FINELY BRED BROOD MARE. IN FOAL To A Virgo llmnhletonlan. for c?lc. Will fort ?U?ul 1st of March. For pnrtleniitrc addreac KEETt-ll, Herald uflk-e. Ahorse and wagon for sale cheap.?apply nt 129 Leonard ct , Brooklyn, li. 1). t GREAT BARGAIN.?FINK, HANDSOME TOP PONY J\_Phaeton, with II?mate, built to order l?at .Inne; owner having sold her borer has no further uce for them. Apply to coachman, etablo lm West 17th at. ^ -STORAGE FOR CARRIAGES AND SLEIGHS Li splendid lofts, light nnd dry, with the beat rare, at very reasonable rates, lu our build.ug, 372 and ,L4 Broome *U, eorMr M"U A. 8. FLANDB.AU * CO. t NY SACRIFICE.?WOOD BROS.' CLARENCE^ -, vBrougham. Brnwater apring top Buggy Pony Phaeton, llanicno. Sleigha, baiidaome black lluaaiaii tmsr l.ohea;al moct new; sickness canae selling. 247 n eat 41 at at. _ A GENTLEMAN. GOING ABROAD. WILL SELL nt private aale at a aarrilire the celebrated lUmbletonlsu atallbm Dlapsieli, can trot in 2.:m. a euro foul getter; the well known trotter Ned Blackburn, ran beat 2:30. brown trotter Oeorge. can trot in 2*<>; also 2 line fstnllv Hnrses I very hatirixome i?xfonnloi? top Park I hart on, I 1 ony I harton J top Nidr imr UoimI Wagons 1 co*t!y Portland Cuilar rl? cantly iipho'atrrrd; 1 vrry hand^oma brar Hobaa, .t ?t*ta . fine Double -Limes*. 3 seta < f Single llirne.., alarge , qn-intily of llor-e Clothing, Saddles, Hrldlea, Ar ; Stable to let. Inquire at tha private atabla. No. 6 e?t 24th at., | near Broadway, fur two day.*. i i Upoit SALE?THREE HORSES; tl AND 7 YEARS j\.,old ; warranted aound and kind. 2IL Chryatle St. . _AI3.V-FI.NE TOP BREWSTER IMPROVED - V .Buggv, with Harness; elegant Blanket. Lap Robe and Whip' Coat* $485 In July; handsome Kimball Cutter, $*>. Sc. coachman, :i Went 15th st., iiear .Tth nv. I BXROAIN?FOUR IIORSKS. PRICK, 8?1 TO ??; not half value. B.-4 Hudson at.. Continental ice office. t HANDSOME HAY CARRIAGE llORHIi, I5L, A young sound, kind, lor f!5L, wurth $4i?l; trot a 3 mlti utes llne top Buggy. Portland Cutter, with fox Kobe, llar neas. Blanket.. Boarding stable, 12 East istl. at 4 T IIAI.F VALUE. THREE HORSES, YOUNG, Aaousd ; $-'15, $.*>-?, fts'i: ault any bu*lu??*. 221 East Broad way, - i ?COUPES, PHAETONS. SECOND IIVNIi. WINTER A. Carriages Coupes, Landaus, Landsulets. at one-third former prices; Sleighs apring prions ^ ^ Bro|)i1wBy ^ "k |}KKAT C1IANCK?MUST UK SOLD IM.MKDl Aatelr?Cash oiler wanted.?The le-at hatid.omo bay fsm II v Ilorse In the State. IB'* hand*. L years old; Is not afraid nt anything; he I* a porfeet saddle or harneaa horse for Urlle. or children. Club Stable, 1-Vij(sat Wltl. st. ? . ?FOR SALE HI HORSES. PROPERTY OF LIGHT A.nlng Rod Company; suit truck farmer itrooer. e\ press; halt value; trial given. 215 West 15th st., near 7th uv. 4 T1IKI '? flANDSOME EXTRA LAROE BEAR A .Robes; handsomenpholateretl Sleighs; one stylish gold mounted rnckawsy or coupe Harness; slao oli. silver mounted enupe Harness; fine Double nnd single road liar neis-mah olfera wanted. Club Stable. 15G East 25th. 4 S4CIMFICK?2" HI SINKSS AND COVERED DK \ livery Wagons, $.*' to $11"; new and second hand mix mifo- for f?xpri??a, Rwfflr, bu4rh#r, h?k<*r, milk, dm gnids. dep; on? very "iglit Single Truck, cheap; Wagons exchanged. 22" Spring at. , ?TWO VALUABLE IIORSKS FOR EXPRESS, A..farming or any business, $4-> and Rear of 74 Oli ? 4 -KOR sale, four IIORSKS; FIT FOR any A.bnslnesa; trial glo'ti; term* to suit pnrehaser. 142 West Itiili ft., between "til and 7th nv*. 4 t J4UGF HANDSOME DURHAM COM- AND CALF fur sale: great milker. No. 3 West I3tli at. 4 N I I KG \NT TOP SIDE BAR ROAD WAGON. I'OltT A inmi Sleigh. Harness, Unties. Blanket*.: all nearly new, tor one third value; tnnat sell. 221 West 4tith St., near Broadway. A HOKSK.S. CASKIiGEt, <W'. 1RCll. JOHNSTON ADCTIOM'.I'.U, 1!) In SIS Kttli ?t., near I'niiiwiltji placo. OLDEST ESTABLISHED AND MOST RELIABLE HOUSE IN T1IK CITY. REGULAR RALE OK HOUSES AND CARRIAGES EVERY TUESDAY AND KRIDAY. 24 hours to three days' trial nu horses warranted sound. THIS DAY (TUESDAY) AT ID O'CLOCK. ELEGANT BROWN COUPE OR CARRIAGE HOUSE, I.Y'j' hands. 7 years; has been used in city and coimtrx fur general use, and warranted in every way sound, kind and true. A first class family HKULIN LANDAU, Ity Brewster, of llrnoniost. KUR ROBES. la#t riHid second hand Kolwt, llolltr nd Glove a. PORTLAND CUTTKB SLEIGHS. I Over 40 El I.I. CLARENCE. I llorses. KINK BLACK TUOTTINO HOUSE "Hunter:" has a record of 2 :.T2: can trot a mile to-day In 2:4U or? 110 sale: is I.V, hands, H years old; kind and true in all harness; a first class roadster, and sold only for want of use. j Immense sale of Horses. TOP ROAD WAGON, built to order, nearly new. LIGHT LANDAU, by Brewster, of 2-Tth st. STYLISH GRAY HORSE, 15L high. ti yeifrs old; kind and true In all harness, tree from vice; a good, free driver; in every way reliable for any use nud warranted sound, , SET COUPE HARNESS, silver mounted. ROUND FRONT COUPE. | Over 40 Horses. El.KGANT BAY IioRSE, l.V, hands. 7 years; war ranted sound, kind and true for anv purpose. | Over 40 Horoes. LIGHT TOP DELIYERY WAGON, built to order. I Over 40 ELEGANT COUPE KOCKAWAY, nearly now. I Horses. ? Also, TEN OTHER FAMILY AND ROAD HOUSES. TEN EXCELLENT BUSINESS HORSES. THREE TRUCK HOUSES. TWO CLARENCES; TWO COUPES: also top and no top side liar and lull spring Wagons, Pony Phaetons, Depot Wagons, Cabriolets. Double and Single Harness. SEE CATALOGUE FOR KI LL DESCRIPTION. A?(HAS. W. BARKER, AUCTIONEER. . THE TIME CLAIMED KOR THESE HORSES IS GUARANTEED AND WILL BE SHOWN ANY TIME BEFORE THE SALE. To-morrow (WEDNESDAY), November 27. at 11 o'clock, at HAltKER A SON'S New York TatteraalPa, rnrner of Broadway and 8Mb at.. COL. P. J. CONNELLY'S (for tlm owneri UNPRECEDENTED SALE of the fast est green TROTTERS, finest combined premium SADDLE and Harness Horses, most extraordinary MATCHED TEAMS and superb COACH and COUPE Horses in tho world, selected by liini personally at PARIS, BOUR BON COUNTY, KY., and comprising sevonteen hoad (and one of the handsomest 12 high Shetland poniea yet aeon here). Including a bay Gelding, 15^, high, by Amer ican Clay, that can tret it^l:2S; a liny Gelding. lf>J, high, by Jim Monroe, tlint has trotted a hair in 1:12 under pad dle and can heat 2 :)Ki in harness; n hay Filly, 1<1 high, com ing lire years old, by Kentucky Prince, that showed 2 Inst spring en u slow trnrk and enn 'neat 2:3D now. and aev era) others that can trot in from 2:5(1 down to 2:25; also somo of tho grundest Saddle and Harness Horses on earth, lour of which wore winnera of the BLUE RIBBON at the KENTUCKY FAIRS; also two beautiful matched Teams nud several high knee artioued Coupe and Match Horses. Catalogues on application. Stock NOW at the mart in order to givo tho public TEN DAYS in which to TRY THEM in harness or under saddle, and TEST THEIR SPEED, saddle and driving qualities BEFORE bidding. A BARGAIN.?VERY CHEAP, ETHAN ALLEN MARE, l-VS. trots 2:40. sound, kind. 7 years: Morgan hay Horse. 10.2 high, trots 2:5(1. sonud, kind. 0 years old; Brew ster side bar top Wagon, Wood Bros. Ponv Phaeton, line Kimball Sleigh, Polar and hlaek bear Rohcs, Double Har ness. Blankets. Ae., for qnarter value, on account of III health. 2ti We.st 2tuh st,, near Broadway. B ?STORAGE Kbit CARRIAGES AND SLEIGHS. In aplmidid lofts, light and dry, with good earn, at very reasonable rutes, in our now building, Broadway, corner until St. BROWN A PRAY. Ct ARRIAGES. BUSINESS WAGONS. VILLAGE CARTS, /Ac.,"at CALVIN WITTVS Commission Carriago Ware rooms, 154 South 5th av. * / tOUPES, FOUR AND SIX PASSENGER ROCK V.'nways, light and stylish; the cheapest place in the city to buy for cash ; a full assortment of sluiglis. J. COliYEK A CO., 5B4 Broadway. D () YOU WANT TO BUY A HOtAD HORSE, A ,FAM ILY HORSE. A BUS INKS* HORSE. A CARRIAGE TEAM OR ANYTHING IN THE HORSE LINK? BE SURE AND ATTEND THE SALE AT ARCH. JOHNSTON'S MART. I2TII ST., NEAR UNIVERSITY PLACE, THIS MORNING, AT 10 O'CLOCK. YOU ALWAYS KNOW EXACTLY WHAT YOU ARE BUY ING AT T11K SALES OF THIS OLD, RELIABLE HOUSE. OVER FORTY HORSES. DOCTORS' PHAETONS. COUPE ROCKAWAYS, Ex tension top Phaetons, Buggies, Business Wagons, Sleighs- GEO. WALD, 7MK Atlantic av. LEG ANT CARRIAGES, 'J by BREWSTER, of 25th at. Every Carriage made on the promise*, and price as lev any otucr maker, quality considered. Warerooma, 5th nr. and 27th St. lOK SALE?TEN (IIKIP BUSINESS HORSES, 15 TO ltP. bauds. RAPID TRANSIT ICE COMPANY, 1? _ lS't llHUltS loth ?v. >AOK SALE?A HAY IIOKSK, 15.3 IlItiH; SOUND ' snd (ost and a (rood pole horse; prlre R5Q0; a first class ?road !?orso. Apply to H., 50 William at., room 8. TOOK SALE?POWERFUL HORSE. 6 YEARS? ALS03 r other Iloraea. stiitahle for any business; must sell; war runted, 5!>2 Washington st. JM>R S^LE^I'OWERKITL, HEAVY BLACK MARK; also two horses, suitable for any business; warranted, 113 Harrow st. ? T>OK KALE? HXi; vol-NO I It > Its lC STRONiTT KIND, X true; also platform sprint; top Wagiin; one-tlilrd value. 75 ('onpress st.. Jersey City Heights. I HOB sale?foi it Horses, suit karmer". ' trucking or any business; three days' trial given. 3U Hleeckor St., near Howor.v. 1AOR RALB?BAY MARK. HI IIANItS. SUITABLE FOR r Carriage or Cotipv, Wagon and Harness, together or reparate. RIM fitveuwieh st. I|ioK 8AIM CHEAP?A BUT OP LIGHT DOUBLE cnrrlsgo Harness at 01 West Uitli st.. nearOth av. }H()R SALE CHEAP-NEW ANI) SECOND 11 ANDDEl 1 livery Wagons, elliptic and platform springs. 24(> West 27tli st. 1AOR RALE?SORKEI, HORSE. t? YEARS. I'.' , H ANDS; J? good traveller, must sell; warranted. 50 Charles st. THOR SALE?SO OIKID WORK HORSES, SENT FROM F company in l'onnsylvaula; must be sold. 520 West 24th st. /I BEAT HARtiAINS FOR ( ASH -H ANDSOME vTilght extension top Park Phseton fseats four), hnng low; shifting sent Depot Wrgnn. Pole and Shafts; handsome top Pony Phaeton, beautiful Portland Sleigh, miniature Phaeton for children, fine Single and Double Road Harness, lisndsnme hlark Rear ltohes. Palette Club Stable, 150 East lititli St., near 3d sv. nORSES HOARDED PUR THE WINTER -THE BEST of earn, at per month. For particulars csll or address H. (lARDNER, SV Thomas si. Horse blankets, pur robes, wool and plush Quires, Ar.; large square Blankets for earrings; ta low Blankets for trurit; stable. (Juarier and Sweat Blankets, all at |trlres astonishinK'.y low. The finest se lection in America of buffalo, hour, wolf sud fancy fur Robes at unprecedented bargains. JOHN MOORE. 57 Warren St. ARSESsFtHR PROPRIETOR OK TDK CHEAPEST harness store in New York has removed to 15S Cham 1 Lharuess stern tit srw i ore ns? - burs St.. where he Is selling Buggy Harness for F7 3d; sta ble Blankets, RL RICHARD PISIIKR. 15B Chambars st. 1 MMKNSK IlEIU'CTIONH. Tli? until** nlmrk of ntcpant (Tarring** limdo by Wood Brother* mn*t bo Hold nt one* to **ttie tho Mlltfl and mak* room for our mnpufiicturirtff d*tmrtni*nt. To iu*ute this w* offor Landaus with ^la** front* for $1,000 Landau* with leather front* for i*?> Bronffhnni'a fur MftO (?t?npo*, round fronts BOll Cnl>rin|pt*%nd Victorias ffcYidto 80(1 Bond Wairen*. from j?50tn SC25 Lundaulot*, Vl*?-Vis, Waimnat te*. T ('art*. Two Wbind *r*. Stanhope Phaeton*. grand Victorias, double *ti?pen*lon rarriatre*. Pony Phaotons and other rtmdrahle stvli*s suit* able (or all *r**on* at same rates. Those are newly finished iroods, equal in all respects to any offered in this market. Kvorjr carriage fully jfuarantced for one year RKtlHN Jk PltAY. Broadway and .*WRh st. An assortment of aeeond hand Carriages very cheap. QKCOIfD HARD CARRY AOM t/y Two lent her top Landaus, by firewater, both very light, at $4<*> and T*ry li^lit Clo^'iiee, by Stiver*. ?t>'; six seat Korknwtv, by Hrcwstnr, Wood Bros.' T fart, S125; HttnlioM rnauton, b) Wood Rw . o good ** now, ."W?; rut tinner Roc k a way, $7 .V, four nsssetiger Rockawny, $10t>; Brewster top side bur Wairou $llft WM. If CRAY. 'J" and 22 Wnoster st. J^TABLK TO LK1 ?NO. 1H W95RT MTII ST. APPLY rjpllK 8ALKOK HKIFKU AivV'KltflHKD loll FRIDAY, I November'22, Is postponed to Friday, November 2B, At tKm MUM IHm and MSN DANIKL CONWAY, Poandma*ter. rpKN CIUNKY BCILT IIOKSKH AT 8A(-III PICK. I INDKPRNDKNT ICK COMPANY'S atabla, 021 Wast 21st at, 1 )ARIS EXHIBITION. 1878 PKI/.E MEDAL awarded to \t. CLARK, 232'Oxford St., Imndnn Fnrrnnenf PATENT HOUSE CLIPPER*. llf CLAIIK. 232 OXFORD ST. IJINDOIL-HIS Vl . PATENT HORSE CLIPPERS arr all stamped with his same, lioth on the platrs and on the bundles, , wooden and Iron. None others being genuine. IT CLARK'S PATENT ItoRSK CUPPERS - SPECIAL NOTICE W. CLARK ?W the pnhlic thnt h" has Invented a SMALL IIOHRK CLIPPINO M ACHINE, worked hy one hand only. w: CLARK'S SINOI.K HANDED CLIPPER.?BY this admirable invention the operator, having Otis hand at liberty, can hold the animal In any desired position, and thereby prevent Injury to himself and to th? machine. CLARK'S SINOI.K HANDED MACHINE is highly approved ef In the United Stataa for cutting the Human Hair, Whiskers. Mnstaches, Af., In all pert* ef the world. CLARK'S PATENT lloKSK CLIPPERS sre the cheapest and the best, and have been known to clip from 2m to 3m Horses without requiring sharpening. ""CLARK'S PATENT HORSE CLIPPERS are sold retail by all tho Ironmongers, saddlers and cutlers, and wholesale by Messrs. McCOY A CO., 134 Dnane at., Now York, to whom all applications for prices, Ac., can b, made. 1y \Ml i> uN \ HESPONSIBI.E. PRIA ATE FAMILY vl to hire for a few months, a one horse Coupe or covered' Carriage. Address, with terms anil particulars, K., box UI5 11 'Til III ofllc" w; w w. w v ANTE 11 ?A HOOD HOAD HORSE; M I SI BE it ahiuit 15* hands high, kind, sound and gentle, prompt driver, extra united and not afraitl of the steant carsi; nttisl he cheap. Andrcsa, with full description, and st.t. tha lowest cash prlco, J . M., 23u Herald omce. IIOKSKS, CARJUAOKtt, AC. WaSRiTIS Bl V?A OO(JD Stk<)N('i HORSE KOR V? double and single harness. Inquire 3i# Klin St., near Pearl, grocery store. \\TA XTED?ONE BOSTON IJIti, IN PERFECT ORDER. ? V Apply at ilOJLLKNUKK A CO.*8, Stuat* Zeitung Build ing. 7 IIOKSKS? SriTAHl.K FOR ANY Bl'SINKSsT ANY trial given. Hudson River Stables, 410 West :*>th *t. (jToff ?TOP BrUGY AND Harness. oust :H7o <Plt)t)?foiir months ago ; also flue I?<ublo Harness, Port land Sleigh, black bear Robes; good order. Private stable, !<?? West 17th ?t. A l)RV GOODS. KARlf OPFOllT UNITY md<1 holiday season. J. A C. JOHNSTON. Broadway, Sth a v. and 22d at., having pnrchaaed of a French importing house in tlili city its whole stock of 1,700 PIECE8 LYONS BLACK SILKS, which they offer at fully 40 per rent less than the like poods have ever before been offered to the peoplo of tho United States, and the firm hopes that its patrons and the public will give these poods a thorough examination, as they will be shown to them willinply, cheerfully and politely, without any im portunity to purchase. The firm will refund the money to any purchaser not con vinced that these silks are better and cheaper than they can be procured elsewhere. _ J. A C. JOHNSTON. J^ADIKS' WALKING COSTUM ES. E LEO ANT STYLES, IN NEW FABRICS. CAMELS' HAIR, AC., AT VERY REASONABLE CRICKS. SUITS IN WORSTED AND WORSTED AND SILK; ALSO irfORNIN'O WRAPPERS OK EVERY VARIETY AT St'KCIAL BARGAINS. A. T. STEWART A CO., BROADWAY. 4TH AV.. t'TH AND 10TIT ST8. MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING. CTaMILLK DK LAOV.HH2', HftOAHWAY.Wll.I. OPEN* /the coming we<*k lb? riclu*?t ami uiovt elfjrnnt ANsort nifnt of HumictH at price* never offered before. SALES AT APfcTlOl. AUCTION sale KIt'll HOUSE HOLD FURNITURE THIS (TUESDAY') MORNING, It) O'CLOCK, Nt>. 72 WEST ItiTII ST., BETWEEN ATI! AND ttTI I A VS. FOUR ROUND STEINWAV PIANOFORTE. MAGNIFICENT UPRIGHT PIANI). ALSO GRAND 7>i OCTAVE PIANOFORTE. CHAMBER SETS. LIBRARY. DINING FURNITURE. BRONZES. CHOICE PAINTINGS. CARPETS, PAKLOlt SUITS IN SATIN, RAW SILK. Sinple and double Drawing Room Suits, with carved and inlaid framea, Kastlake and Qiiimui Anne atylee, I revered in rritnaon. blue and silver satins, cntelnine, wool repa; Clcanna marble Tablet, marquetry Cabinet, with bronce mountings; htagcro*. ebony and pilt Pedestals, Console Tables. Easels. Turkish Chairs, Lounges. BEDROOM FURNITURE. Kastlake and Queen Anne styles, consisting inlaid gilt Bedsteads, Dressing Cases, Bureaus. Wardrobes, Waahstanda, Lounges, ltinkers, mar ble ton Tattles, 31 hair and spring Mattresses, Pillows, Blankets, rep. plush and haircloth Suits, Mirrors. IHning Fnrniture?Extension Table, Knffet, Cliaira In leather. Silverware, Cutlery; also Hall Stands. Chairs, Ac. Goods boxed if requirud. J. Is TARGKK. Auctioneer. Take any nptown line of ears or stages to 72 West lUth st. tWloiT " PEREMPTORY" SALE AT THE LARGE BROWN STONE MANSION. 131 WEST 14TI1 ST., BETWEEN STH AND 7TI1 AV8., THIS (TUESDAY) MOKNING. COMMENCING AT It) O'CLOCK, RAIN OK SHINE. PARLORS. CHAMBERS. DINING ROOM. LIBRARY FURNITURE. BRONZES, PAINTINGS. Comprising elogant Drawing Room Snlts in satin and raw allk, Kastlake aud Grecian styles and ebony and gold frames'. Centre Tables, grand square Pianoforte; nUn Cabi net Upright, Cabinets, Bookcases, Desks. Easy Chairs, Oil Paintings by master artists, rare Bronses and Clocks, Cur tains, Mirrors, velvet Carpets, handsome walnut Chamber Sets. Bedsteads, Dressing Cases, Bureaus. Waslisiands, Wardrobes, spring and fine hair Mattresses, Bedding, Blanket*. Quilts, Brussels Carpets, Suits in reps and hair rlnth. Extension Tables, Buffet Chairs in leather and cano seats; Hall Stands, Refrigerator*. Glass, China and Silver Wore; Basement and Servants' Furniture. ALBERT KKAK.MKR, Auctioneer. Goods removed or boxed and shipped. Take Fifth or Sixth nvrnne or Broadway line of cars and stapes or ele vated railroad to 131 West 14th st. A -TUNIS JOHNSON. AUCTIONEER" ? old stand, 37 Nassau st. this day (Tuesday"and Wednesday, November 2fi and 27, at 12 o'clock each day, at 37 Nassau St., comprising SOLITAIRE RINGS, EARRINGS STUDR, DIAMOND NECKLACES. DIAMOND LOCKETS DIAMOND SETS. RI'bV AND DIAMOND SKTjL PEARLS and diamonds. EM KRAI.ds and DIA MONDS, AC.. AC. By order of ERNEST LEOPOLD. Esq., Trustee. A rCTION NOTICE. THIS DAY. J. LUCIUS SMITH. Auctlonoer, WILL SELL THIS DAY (TUESDAY). AT TEN O'CLOCK, SHARP, AT PRIVATE RESIDENCE 120 WEST 231) ST.. NEAR tiTII AV., ENTIRE FURNITURE, PAINTINGS. BRONZES, STATUARY. BOOKS. AC.; STEINWAV AND WEBER PIANOFORTES. LIBRARY. CHAMBER AND DINING FURNITURE, PAUIX >R SUITS, roverod ill richest description of satins, raw silk*, style of Queen Anne, At- ; Caotwate. Tables, marquetry Inlaid; Pedestals, Consoles, Pier ann Mantel Mirrors, rare antique Bronses, Sevres slid ormolu Msutel Sets, Ornaments, A LARGE COLLECTION OF RARE AND VALUABLE OIL PAINTINGS. BY MASTER ARTISTS VIZ ;? -OFF TIIK FRENCH COAST." HV DELACROIX. "DASII FOR LIBERTY," BY LEVY. "GRAND CANAL, VENICE" BY GONDI, "ON GUARD," BY COX. "EMIGHS GAP AND FALL," BY ANDREWS. "LAKE LUCERNE," BY RHINKIIAHT "WINTER IN HOLLAND," BY VAN DKHOi'SK. "TIIK HOLY LAN D. MY MKUNIIETTK Aud 3U others, both imported and domestic. CHAMBERS.?Dressing Cases. Hodsteads, t'hlffonnlera, Waahstanda, style of Kiiatlnke. I,onl? XIV.; hair Mat tresses. Spring Beds, Pillows, Blankets, Suits In reps, lounges, Chairs, Brussels and Ingrain Carpets, Ac. Li lirarv Secretary Bookrsse, Tables, Books. Ac. DINING ROOM.?Buffet. Extension Table. Chairs In leather. China. Glass and Silver' Ware; Cutlerv, Hall Stands, Chairs, Ar Goods packed and shipped. Take ele vated railroad or Sixth avenue cars to 23d st. "V?A?BARKER A CO AUCTION LKItS, 47 and 40 Liberty st. Iiast week at tlio Old Curiosity Shop, tct'.i Broadway This fourteenth day's sale comprises all the antique Swords, Spears, Dappers. Sabres, ancient Armor. Bronses, Ac . Ac. Xntlre ?1 his day. 12 o'clock, within our store. AT Ac, AC. *> oil re. I HIP , |i ft M-vn, ~ '.'J .JW. , thi* lent **lo of thoiio superior Kngll?h brrecbloedinK Shot. |gn??. MATHEWS' ART ROOMS, AA cf DAK ST. hctwoen N**?ati enM William nin., SPECIAL HALF. OF FINK KNOR A VINOS, richly framed, romprlMnjr nnb)*r%* from relehntted pAlnt iii((". at AUCTION, WKl)XKM)AY. nt l'i o'clock. Now on ?tltlhi th?n. DANlKIs A. NATIIKWH, Auctioneer. \l| ?OLD-POST OFFIi'l-; SALESROOMS ? <<Vdnr pt., corner ??f N?.?m*m>. HIC1ITKU A Tl'KW, by C. W. ELTON, Atiftlonw, THIS DAY. TUESDAY. AT II A. M., larpe sale nf genteel llousehidd Fnrnltnra, removed front private residence; English lowly Brussels, iuprain and other Carpets, elegant Chamber. Parlor aud Dining Room Furni ture, Crm-kgcy, Kitchen M are. Ar. ALSO ONE "STEINWAV" PIANO, IN GOOD ORDER; ALSO likK IT t'IX IS ING OUT SAI.K OF JAPANESE AND CHINESE BOXES, BASKETS, VASES, elegant I ahinnts. Cutins. latcquers. Ar. Sale absolute. ?PEREMPTORY SALE AT AUCTION, by order nf Messrs. Ve .1. Magnln, Onedln A Co., previous to their removal to No. 211 Union square, if elegant nreuses, marble Clocks and Fancy llood* in great rarlety, on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, November IN, 2tl and 27. and December 2, 3 and 4, commencing each lay at 2 o'clock P. M . at No. RVi Rroadwar EDWARD SCHENUK A SONS, Auctioneer*. A A ?GEO. W KEELKR, AUCTIONEER. . TODAY 12 o'clock, at AA Liberty st, SPECIAL PKREMPTl)RV SALE . A. 2 Planos^ l'(iVsnd Square. 2 giit I'lcr I11.seat, 2 China Dinner Sets. 1 Bedroom Set. I rosewood Parlor Suit In satin, fill lots Russia leather Fancy Good*, 4 Lounges, I Folding Bedstead. -PETER BOWK. AUCTIONEER, tells WEDNESDAY, at II n'clock. at I ha private residence. 41st at., near Bth ar., the Furnltnre nf a brown ?tonc house, consisting alegant Parlnr and Chamlier Suits, made by Rnnx, Irrnrs. Ktagcrcs, Sideboards. Chandeliers, real Hrnnr.e moments. Library and Centre Tables, OH Paintings by trtirated artists, real Lace Curtains. Extension tables, awing room Chairs, Bedsteads, i-niled ban Mattresses, ilten and velvet Carpets, Kitchen Utensils, Ac. t SCHWAB AUCTIONEER, 277 BOWERY. SELLS In1, o'clock. Restaurant Fixtures. 2W? Howery ; Tsblee, lialrs. Counters Shnwrases, Hangs, Crockery, Glass*are. amps, Kltchun I'tfhslls, Ac., In lota SMsKS AT AUCTION. \~ BT?TIIK SAI.K (iK SUPERB MARBLE. STATUARY, PEDESTALS. VASKS. Tl ZZAS. AC., will be continued THIS EVKN'INH and to-morrow, wt 8 o'clock, at 1 .'231 BROADWAY corner If Kit at. DANIEL MATHKWS. luctloantr. I OKKKNVVA LD, AUCTIONEER. SELLS, 10*f 11 .o'clock. 21 ( hiimI *t., Stationery, Cigar Storo, silver plated Showcases, Counter, Shelving; in loth. Dealers in vited. BY JOSEPH E. WEIUERT. Al CTIONKKR .'?SHLLti this day, 10f4 o'clock, at 1 ,<184 1st av.. corner OtKh *t.. entire Stock and Fixtures, also Horse and Wagon, of firs! class grocery, consisting of Sugars, Teat, Coffee Flour. Snaps, Starch. Farina. Kicc, Molasses. Syrup, Oils, Picklea, Chocolate, Cocoa. Canned Fruits and Vegetables, Brushes Fails. Ac. Ac., Fairbanks counter and platform Scales, Oil Cabinet, Canisters, Icebox, Coffee Mill. Counters, Shelving, Ac. Sale positive in lots. Dealers and speculator* invited. Bissell a wells, auctioneers THIS DAY (Tuesday), November 2B, at 1o'clock, peremptory sale of Toys and Fancy Hoods, ?t our rooms. KM Chambers st. and B.? Reade at., comprising a large assortment of all kinds of Toys, wax, china, limb and dressed Dolls; China Tea Sets, Lampa, Ninepins, Furniture Sets, Ac., Ac. JjIDWARD PETTINHKK. A UCTI ON F. K R?S K LLS WED lines day, lo1*, o'clock. 1.2SS Broadway, quantify Furni ture. Carpets. Ac., including Melodeou. Particulars Wednesday. Order Attorney, mortgagee. JgDWAKD SCHENCK A SON., AUCTIONEERS; Special sale of Very fine old Wines, Brandies, Whiskeys, Ac., consisting In part of (lodard 1830. pale Ilennessy and-other Brandies, rare old Hermitage, old Crow and Stellar Rye and Bourbon Whiskeys, Ramsay's Scotch ditto; (jpnall lot of extraordinary old Rye. in owner's possession stneo 186TB; Jamaica and Santa Crux Rums, Brazil Red Seal and Charleston, 1838, Madeiras, Monti!la Sherry, Holland Uinf Claret, Ac. To be sold at auction, peremptorily. THIS DAY, November 28, m No. 10 Maiden lane at 12 o'clock. DWARD 8CHKNOKS SON, AUCTIONEER. E _ ELEGANT REAL TURKISH RUGS AND CARPETS, AT NO. 10 MAIDEN LANK, ON WEDNESDAY. 27TU INST., AT II O'CLOCK. NOW ON EXHIBITION. W. STKATTON, Auctioneer, I "lie day (Tuesday), November JO. at 11 n'elocV. at No. o'tS. j' S' ? H" ,'lp Eurniturncontained in said house' I (trior Suit, Lounges, Wnrdrobe., Redrooni Eurniture, Mat tresses, Carpets, IMatedware, Crockery and Kitchen I'ten COLTON, AUCTIONEER ail L " ? Elegant Hou.ebold Furniture, ($30,(180 worth). Extensive sxlu at thu waroroom. of J. Ziegler 32 Hlecwker at., corner Mott, thia day (Tuesday), November 20. at IOJ* o clock. * This rale will consist of a larire variety of rich Parlor Bedroom, Dining Room, Library and Hall Eurnitnre all first class work, manufactured by M r. Ziegler (formerly J. Ziegler A ( o.), who has been Ik) years in the bttsineaa and it now about retiring, floods call now be examined, fata, ingne* at the wnreroouia and at the oflice of the auctioneer. .?*.? Hroadwiiy. Hit. HERTS 2 SON. AUCTTONKRRB. S ATTRACTIVE SALE OK LADIES' KL'RS, ...n ?.?i.A,1?K'N HACOI KS, KI R LINED CLOAKS, CIRCULARS, PARIS DOLMANS. Mt'KKS. C,LOVES, AO. BY ORDER OK MR. SIliMOND GOGK cv AT HERTS' ART ROOMS, :v. CNION SQUARE. ON TUESDAi ANI) WEDNESDAY. NOV. 28 AND 27 if a P. M-^ACII DAY. comprising the entire Stork of this well known manufac turer, which will Iki sold without reserve, and every gar ment fully guaranteed, offering a tine opportunity to obtain strictly nrat class Kurs at auction prices. Ladies are in* vited to eail and examine the stock, which will be on exhi bition as abovo until time of rule. J| ?. HERTS A SON, AL'CTioNEKRH. * UKKAT CLOSINO SALE OK CHINA. GLASSWARE. KANCY OOODS. AC. AO. ON TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20 AND 27, AT 10>i O'CLOCK EACH DAY, AT THE OLD STORK OK MESSRS. D. COI.LAMORH A CO., NO. 747 BROADWAY, OPPOSITE ASTOK PLACE. Tltis will he positively tho last anil closing sale, as ma have routed tlio store and agreed to give possession imme diately. A new catalogue will he issued, commencing at Lotm. J) COI.LA.MORK A I'll. Henry t. Moore, auctioneer, sells this day, at 18)-, o'clock, nt No. IB Morton St., near Bleeck er. entire furniture of Klat; walnut Bedsteads, Bureaux Was (stands. Tables, Chairs, spring Mattresses, Pilloww Oilcloth. OarpetH, Sowing Marliino, Kitchen Utensils, Ac. pIPORTANT SALE OK KINK BOOKS. THIS (TUESDAY) EVENING, at Clinton Hall. GEO. A. I.EAV1ITT A CO., Auctioneer An extensive and valuable c olloetion of Kine Art. Illua trated and standard Books. More than I,QUO lots! JAPANESE AND CHINESE ART TREASURES. Now on exhibition at Cllntoa Hall until time of sate 2l?th and 3f)th. ~ T J/'v?rvJS ?3E...9E THE MOST IMPORTANT COL I'ACTIONS OK THIS SEASON. EMBRACING RoMK hEaVs^SD1>,^am^U s^^brfffilfe f KRKSkNBTB??Esta' *?-COLLKCTiiD I ? WKINBlfKCKK, A POTION EE R.?AI>JOURNED J..*ale of l?Nt hotiirday will take plarn tliic* day (Tuesday;. November 28, at liyj o'clock at salesroom No. 53 Bowery. Dealers invited. TAMES M. P.ORD, GENERAL AUCTIONEER.?KEOU fj lar sale at 2 o'clock, 182 3d av ?Sofa, 12 ('hairs in leather, 1 Dwarf Bookcase, 1 Buffet. 4 Parlor Snits Bed rs?? * Pier Mirrors. 2t> Carpets, lot Bedding. Oil I aintnic, IOI remnants Oilcloths. JllAVEN. AUCTIONEER-WILL SELL, TUESDAY ?December.3. at II A. M., at 33 West 14th, REi.OU) worth' of I arlor. Bedroom, Dining Room and fancy Kurnlture. ? , - NUSSBAI M. AUCTIONKKK. 1(12 GRAND sf7 JJ.Brooklyn, soils this day, 2 o'clo.ck, corner Washingten ai and St. Mark's place, Brooklyn. Stock and Kixtures of Liquor Store; Bar and Hack Bar, four pull silverplated Ala I uinp. Tables, Cbairs, Glassware, Screens, Partition Liquors, Cigars, Ac., in lots. * MNI SSHAUM, AUCTIONEER, 22 RIVINGTOK flft. ? sells tins day, ItHj o clock. 304 Broome St., Kixtures nl Saloon. Bar, Baca Bar, Tables, Cbairs, Icebox, Glassware Ac., lu lots. ' PAWNBROKERS SALES.?S KIltl'SKI. GENERAL J. Auctioneer. 422 Kulton st. Brooklyn, sells tins day, at II o clock, 7(R) IHh silk, alpaca and merino Drennpi, broclio and woollen shawls. Remnants. Quilts, Blankets. Sheets Keathers. Hoots, Shoes; at o'clock. Coats, Paula Vests Ac. By order A. .I. Ileniify, 214 Atlantic st. On WEDNESDAY. Nirvember 27 800 lota gold and sliver Watches, Jewelry, Ac. Br order J. Harris and T. Newman. PAWNBROKER'S SALE THIS DA Y -JA M KS AG IK A Auctioneer, will sell, at salesrooms U4 Bowerv 7i?>1ni?" Dresses Shawls, Renwants. Table Linen, Underclothing Sheets. Spreads, Blanket., Quilts. Pillows. Shim., Coals. I anthloonw nntl at 11 oclock. By order of el. Har* Ian. 4f*H Hudson St. P J H'.N f? }mK K K s * A LK. W A TCI IKS A ND J EWkLkY.? *X K. r IKLi>. (iencral Auctioneer, Nalaaronni No. lf?2 Canal at . nrar Bowery, will mcII thin day. at II o'clock. irnt?d* pledged previoun to October, 1M77. conaUtinjr of HTiu lota Kolu and ailvcr Watch**, diamond and gold dawalry iro|?| t liahiM, Opera <Hhm*cn, .silvt?rwnr<>, tiuna. Pistol.-. Jkc. Ac. ? also a number of *oaI*kin Barque* and u quantity oTLace Ooods, Ac. By order H. Nltnpstgi A Co., Ilk? Bowery. DAWXBROKER'S BALE.- TIlos .1. M'dHATII. Ai r" L tioneer, l.Vt Chatham st., corner Mull>orry, will sell this day, U o'clock, 7tK? lots Men s and Women's t-iothiac Orcsses Shawls, Kcmnants, guilts. Blankets, Bedding! Boots Shoes. Ac.; also Coats, Pants aud Vests. By ordei Isaac Ia*vy, Uraud st. C HERMAN, Al'CTIONKKK. WILL BELL BY VIRTl li O#of a chattel iinirt^SKe. this day (Tuesday*, November 1H at t* o'clock sharp, at No. 2(MHh av.. Furniture of said loon, as Bar, Back Bar. Chairs. Tables, Clock, Mirror, Oat rixtiires, Ac. By order of A. Kabn, Esq., mortfratfee. rPHK I NDEKSIGNED. RECEIVER OK TIIE GERMAN X Uptnwn Seeing. Bunk, in the city ?f New York, will aeli at putilie anetii.ti. at tlie Exchange SaleeriMim. No. Ill Hrxsilway, New York city, nil 27th Nnvamber, ISiff at 13 o'clnck nouu, Uirougit A ll. MI LLER A SONS, Auction .era Eighty two town uf Springport Rnnda, of the ?remrato par value of 82.T,n*i. due March I, Itkil. f"Alne town of W eat Kartu Biuidn, uf the aggregate pur valu? Claim lor bulnnce due on rail loan by Nathaniel Burrhlll fl..>72 l*i, with inlereet from October 2H. I-7.T Claim foi belaiice due on rail lean by Louie Seel, $2,3MS 48 within tercel front October M. ISTVl Claim for balance do- < all loan by Manufacturer* and Builder.' Bank, abort ?l- *8! 84, with eoilateruia hatd therefor. Jiulgment entered December 28, 1878, In favor of the Re rMver ageinet Adolplt Levlnger for 812,788 411. Judgment entered Jnna 28, 1878, ?g?m,t Chrlatlan nchwnrt* for ffl l ,;t8ii 72. A claim. In eolt, ageinet the eetata of Lnnla Jordan de. eea-.-d end the e.tato of Kren< A. Nnutans, npon their bond, for fUMffl, to eeeure tlie dierbarge by John C Schwarte of hie duty e? en offleer of thn betik A claim for over dreft against J. Uurkhardt for 87.". 4.\ villi interest from October .">, I87-'.. Claim for balanre of interest due on bond and morlgaga ofyl. K. Deule, iff'I 50, with interest from Novemlierl, Two Judgment*, for deffriendne ageinet Ieidnr Kalk one f" ffl'fil^. i'j,^""* 'or Sf.IH2 2A, and one on Angaat4, I87H, Threejndgmente, for deflrieneiee, one for 1:1.32482 on* for ffl.ill'JI !?;, unit for 82 227 12, each ageinet Klliahetb liuiM-r aud Mtirv Ooodklnd. A Judgment, for a deficiency, for $2,2(12 84, agslnat John n . Sin lib. Kor further information apply to HERMANN t'HL, w _ , ? Receiver, to. Man A P.titeose, Attorney, for Rereiver; M Wall et. Dated Nrw Yohk, Nov. 4, 1878. Turkish and Persian - CARPETS. Kl t;s AND MATS, with a magnificent c<>llkcti6n of IIRIENTAL GDttDS. TO BE SIIMI at AUCTION, AT lit UNION SQUARE, oV WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 27 KRIDAV. MiVEMHIK 28, AND SATI'RDAV, NOVEMIIKK Mil, AT 3 O'CLOCK I'. M EACH l?\Y NOW o\ EXHIBITION BY EDWARD SCIIKNCK ,t HON. AUCTION KEEN U'lLLIAM ABBOTT. AUCTIONEER. WILL SELL ON *? fhle day, at II o'elock, et Die miction rooms ill Rleecker .t., the Stoek etui Kixtures of a Cigar Store a very largo assortment of llnvuna and dnnieetlc Cigar. 'of fine quality; :? Mirror., Counter*, Cigar Pre**, grutesuue Cigar Kignrn, Brussels Carpet, Ac. 14 lyiLMAM ABItorT, AUCTIONEER. " IT My virtue or e bill of sale ami to whom It may lotir.o. will Mill on Oil. d(Q. at 1(8, o'clock, at the 5 " m??. let Rleecker -t., rosewood C, octavo Piano. r?..'w?o 7 lor Suit in blue and gold breciitbl (po.t $;?>!, j,,, French plate Plrr Mirror complete, marble topCentrn1Tali as alao two elegant Kastlako Parlor Suite in raw ailk m,d' aatln, marble lop Sideboard, Library Ubaire in leather it"