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WHOLE NO. 15,413. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1878.-TRIPLE SHEET. PRICE THREE CENTS DIRKOTOKY Foil ADVERTISERS. AMUSEMENTS?Ur Hack?1th, 5th and Oth colt. ASTROI.i ?t;V?tlTit I'AiiK?tliiacnl. Ill(.1.1 AllUS?wtii Paok?Otli col. BOARDERS WANTED?2i> Pauk?2d mid 3d coll. Hoard and LODGING WANTED?2d Pauk?Ud col. BROOKLYN ltK A I. ESTATE EUK SALE?2d I'AUK l?t col. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES?llTM 1'aok. BUSINESS NOTICES?'7th I'AGK-tith col. CITY KEAI. ESTATE FOR SALE?2D I'AUK-lat col. CI.KKKS AND SALESMEN? 13th Paoa?Oth col. ('LoTHINti? Htu Paok?Oth col. COACHMEN AND UAKDKN'ERS?12*11 PAUK-Oth coL COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS?i!o PAOK-Sth and Oth coll. ' CUPAKTNEUSIIIPS-Mth Paok. DANCING ACADEMIES?0TH I'ACB-Oth ooL DENTISTRY?urn Paok?6th col. DRY GOODS?1st Paok?Itli col. DWELI.INO HOUSES TO LET, FURNISHED AND UN FURNISHED? 2n Paok?lit col. EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS?20 PA0K-6tU coL EUROPE?7th PAOK-tith col. EXCURSIONS?2i> l'AOK-0th col. FINANCIAL?1 1th Paok. FOR SALE?(Kin Paok?Oth col. FURNISHED ROOMS and apartments to let? 2n Paok?lit ttnil 2(1 coin. FURNITURE?Writ Paok?Otli col. FRENCH ADVERTISEMENTS? lltu 1'agk?Htli col. HELP WANTED?FEMALES? 12th 1'aok?5th col. HELP WANTED-MALES?I2th Paok?Oth col. HORSES, CARKIAOKS. AC.?1st Paok?3d and 4th coll. HOTELS?2l> Paok?2d col. HOUSES. ROOMS. PLACES OF BUSINESS. AC., WANTED?2d Pack?2d col. INSTRUCTION?!*n Pack?oth col. LOST AND FOUND?1st Paok?lit col. MACHINERY?Dot 1'aok?oth col. MARBLE MANTELS?2d PAOK-3d col. MEDICAL?Writ 1'aok?Oth col. MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING?Is* Paok??th col. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS? 1DIH Paok?5th and Oth cola. MUSICAL?1st 1'aok?4th col. NEW PUBLICATIONS?7tii PAGB-flth coL PERSONAL?lit 1'aok?Ut col. PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, AC?2d Paok?3d cot. POST OFFICE NOTICE?Otii Paok?5th col. PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES? 12th Paok?5th col. PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO RENT?2n Paok?1 at col. REAL ESTATE TO KXCIIANGE-2l> Paok?1 at col. REAL ESTATE WANTED?2u X'aok? lat col. REWARDS?1 it Paok?lat col. RALES AT AUCTION?2D Pack??h?nd 5th coll. SITUATIONS WONTED-FEMALES? UlTH 1'AOK?lit, 2d, 3d, 4th uud 5th cola SITUATIONS WANTED-MALES?12tu Paok?5th and Oth cola. . SPECIAL NOTICES?lar Paok?Ut, 2d and 3d coll. STORAGE?Dtm Paok?5th col. THE TRADES?llTU Paok?Oth col. THE TURF?1st Paok?3d col. To LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES?2n Pack?lit col. TRAVELLERS' OUIDE-2D PAUK-tftb cul. UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?2n Paok?2d col. WANTED TO PURCHASE?2d Pack-CHi col. WATCHES, JEWELRY. AC.?Writ I'aok?6th col. WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OR TO LET?2d 1'aok?lat col. WINTER RESORTS?2d Paok?3d col. YACHTS, STEAMBOATS. AC.?IOtii l'A0W-5th col. PERSONAL. A' (IENTLEJJaNIN THE PRIME OF Lli'K, UPWARD of 50, refined mid of good nonition, withes to corro tpond with an intelligent, refined and amiable lady, widow, Oetween 25 and 50 with the view of pleasant acquaintance aud juntual liappineMv; no adventurers ueed aiiawer; a lady living iu her own home preferred; communications held in the uioet sue red confidence. Address It. M. C., hex 125 Uerald office. AHfibmUEB DBSIBKS THE ACQUAINTANtJK 5P young lady drenHed iu black, whoeo aunt liven in Molt it., and who rode down town with a friend on avenue D car ^eetorday morning. Addreee GLAUlATOlt, box 105 Herald office. B" SOU?WHEN CAN I SEE YOU? BRANCH. *STkkv^conl~\n-i am at the internationAL Bliote* EDWARD DETINB,TorontoAdverUeer. HENRY BRINKM AN, 414 Knit Uth it., Now l urk city. /lOLONEL Ruling CAN OBTAIN MRS. 2 C!rtdr?M (formerly ?i Orove it.) by uddrenlug box 10$ Herald Uptown ofllee. I-PLEASK WRITE AT ONCE, NAMINO ANY DAY .tbii week. ? J IM'REO1 ATE YOUR BIND UWjJ^_y^ inSP^W0ATH-UID YOU YOUBST uKRKAFTKR lsigma is your truu friend only. Ml< 7> MRS. HENIU DRAYTON WILL C''MMUN1CATK I with R J euro of Henry Orocirwood, AthrertiPiitp Ajrtni, iivo^'i; &ewill hour J -oinutlilng to her advantage. takm MINER?l'LKASE ADDRESS HIS SON, JAitorla, L. I. Paper* in principal cltlw pleneo copy. "roil H DA VI iT ho roil, ARtHi iteci , or brother, Jwddron WOOD, MO Broadway. r..r viiuWf 5* \rits. HARRIET IIAOLE?I'LEASK SEND ADDRESS JU.toi>. H-. Herald ulHco. Y)|#t XnD BLUE D<VmInO?I KNOW YOU NOYV AND JL klull nut noon forgot. . r4 RBN WN.-i ALL ONE-TO-DAY. SEE THIS YEAR'S X ?Directory. ? ?frnijn LETTER OK NOVEMBER '2*2 IIULY RKCEIY ED. 1 You iuv "Any effort? in another direction will avail not hi tin "If 1 can wo you I will ihow von to the contrary. Let nie know where 1 can lee youut eucli time a,K1I?!K1' point through 1'erional. It will ho safe. KIITIB.^ T mw AMP FOtM>. IAuTnD^a' DIA MON;D .Will C if OWN EH CAN IIA V E 1 by nr .vine property and paving for till, advertlaeuieut. Inquire RANVeL BA BKMORE A CO., oW Naii.au it. _ T OUT?ON THE VOYAGE FROM NEW HAVEN TO Tj.Ncw Y'erk. from bark Medina, a Boat, painted black; a ??' bl,?LL MaMU. it. OST?MEERSCHAUM CItjAB HOLDER-LB? ljE iu uuiber. I*hm?u addrern II K.6-* ' MWIiwiijr. T OST?SATURDAY AFTERNOON, IN METROPOLITAN Lean a Package of Paper*.of value only to owner. Suit 1^1 ifWArd for return to room r?t*. nt S2 Broadway. " hkwakoh. At'r reward?Lost, on saTUriTay, November Hv I'll i? Iinxra Glaii-- on the covi r i- the nuiiie N l.rnn Taid FrankPurl am Main. The nt.owd reward will be paid for the 'time nt No. ??"? Went 33d *t. db f REWARD.?LOST, ON SATURDAY NOVEMBER iniall Skyi Terrier Slut; ihort hair. Roturu to I,Situ Hroadway. . 5lT\ REWARD.?LOST. A La BOB SIZED LIVER SlOculnrud and while better Dog $10 reward will be paid for hii return tu SAMUEL BUDD, corner Broadway and 24tli it. il-Oll REWARD?LOST. IN A SIXTH A YEN I li CAR $ JOleavliig 4..Ill it. about lo P. M. Sunday a docket book doiituinini? $4U. in bllli and -oine .i'"ii'ff rew ard will be paid on Iti return to the office of the lloff BIUU House. SPECIAL NOTICES. "4 _Fuk EDUCATION AND CHARITY. BY AUTHORITY OP THE STATE. DENEKAL U. T. BE.VUREUARD, OP LOUISIANA; UENERAL JUHAL A. EARLY, OP VIRGINIA, WILL PERSONALLY ARRANGE ALL DETAILS AND SUPERVISE THE EXTRAORDINARY GRAND SEMI-ANNUAL DRAWING OP TDK LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY' COMPANY', AT NEW ORLEANS, TUESDAY', DECEMBER 10. OP ONE OP THESE GRAND DISTRIBUTIONS GENERAL EARLY WHITES TO THE NEW YORK TRIBUNE AS FOLLOWS:? "WE TOOK SUCH PRECAUTION'S AS TO KNOW THAT ALL THE NUMBERS, PROM 1 TO 100,000, INCLUSIVE. REPRESENTING THE TICKETS IN THE SCHEME. SOLI) AnTiTnSOLD, WERE PLACED IN THE WHEEL PBOM WHICH THE DRAWING WAS MADE, WITH AH MUCH CERTAINTY AS A BAMK OFFICER, WHO HAS COUNTED TIIK PACK AGES OP MONEY. MEALED THRM UP, PLACED TliKM UN THE VAULT AND THEN LOCKED THE VAULT AND l'UT~ THE KEY IN HIS rOCKKT. KNOWS THAT THE MONEY IS THERE. THERE WAS NO POSSIBILITY OP ANY MIS1AKR ON OUB PART, OR DECEPTION ON US ON THE PART OP OTHERS." 11,2711 PRIZES, AMOUNTING TO $522,&<I0, INCLUDING ONE CAPITAL PRIZE OP $100,000. ONE GRAND PRIZE OP 50,100, ONE BRAND PRIZE OF $20.i??>, AC. TICKETS, TEN DOLLARS ($10); HALVES, FIVE DOLLARS ($.'?); PI FT IIS, TWO DOLLARS ($2); TENTHS, ONE DOL LAR ($1). WRITE FOR CIRCULARS, OR REND ORDERS TO M. A. DAUPHIN, POST OFFICE BOX 002. NEW ORLEANS. LA., OR TO 11. L l'LUM, SID BROAD WAY, NEW YORK. A"" ?royal Havana" lottery. . Extra Iioulilaua State Iartlery. Kentueky State Lottery. German Government Lotleriei. Kentueky mid Georgia Dally Drawing*. Pull Information ioiiI free THKODOUK ZSCIIOCII, 2U Park row. "X^fTENTION 1?THIRTY* YEARS' PRUSSIAN AND A Amorieai. practice; ipeelaltien, dl-oaioi of men and lei-ot manhood; ooniultatloa free. Dr. JACOHY, 11)1 Bleeeker it. "i LL SPECIAL" DISEASES BLOOD. SKIN. NERV Aoui debility ; fee, with niedlclun. $1 ; enre* guaranteed. ** Dr. PREM AN. 2WU Grand it. "a NNA k: PARK. MEDICAL ELECTRICIAN, 517 WEST A"Ud ?Uhuunintiim, -cinticn, paraiyiia uralg.a "p? cinit 111a. Offiee trcalinent. $1 ; villi-, $U; aotiMiltatlon free. 1 li--diseases op men, whatever tiib Arauie recent or Inn* -landing, -peiallly nuil perma aol" cnrDU by Dn. UVKR it UKINDLK, 47 Wo.! lath it., near nth kf. . ^ ))?"RY'K AND III M' K" (TRADE MARK RK X1RDRD) IS SOLD BV LEADl.NO DKPGGIsTS lA/pKH bStBe " AND AT"MY-DRPoffHiAM ui' ui HT SOUTH SIDE. ASK FOR VAN HKILS "RYE AND ROCK." ALL OTHERS ARK IMITATIONS. NPBCIAL NOTICES. DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM. Tlit! importance of (ho nervous system, He power uvor life unil the direct befriug which it ha* on human happiness. are thoroughly recognised; He uses and the danger of overtax ing it. whether through iutouae uioutal application or hy tho excessive Indulgence of the appetites ami propensities, are proper subjects for coueidoratiou. When the nervoua ayateui is deranged it is absolutely necessary to promptly seek advice from an expert who, for a limp scries of years, has devoted his wliolu tiitio and attention to this study, and who, from his experience and practice, has learned to dis cover at uiico tho cause, aud as promptly apply tho remedy, thus avoiding tho painfully alow seeking for tho truth so common to tho inexperienced and an anuoyiuir to the patient, Willi very naturally omuls to kuow without delay what is the matter, tho exteut dr tho derangeuieut, tho probabilities of recuperation and thu time required. If tlie brain hue become exhausted by iuteuao mental application.depriving it of the poworof connected tiumght, it can only recover Itn strength by being properly fed and nourished by tho nae of certain systematic methods It ia preciselv the same with the nerves that preside over or ganic life. Tho value of this branch ot medical practice ran scarcely bo overrated, for it reaches marriage, the perpetua tion of family names, the scouring of hereditary titles and tliu roteution of estates in the ssuio family. From a long and largo experience in this direction I have boon able to coiumaud by my success the thankful appre ciation of some of the first families in tlie city and nation, aud I can communicate much that pertains to the over ex orcise of every department of the nervous system and the means of recovering its powers, whether of braiu, appetite, propensity or passion. HENRY A. DANIELS, M. D., 144 Lexington av., near 29th st. HOURS?8 to 3 and 0 to 7. Advice freb.-dr. whitehead, professor of Midwifery. Safe aud satisfactory troatmeut guaranteed. 21f> East 451b St., near 3d av. All special complaints certain, sake and permanently cured to either sex. Dr. COX, SU! East Idili st. A PROFESSOR OF MIDWIFERY SPEEDILY AND liermanoutly cures *U special complaints. Dr. COX. 20!! East ltith st. A?MUSICAL BOXES.?UNTIL JANUARY 1 OUR ?large assortment of first class Musical Hoxos will lie sold at less than cost of importation. ALEX. M. HAYS Jt CO., 31 Union square. A?ELECTRIC BELTS: A CERTAIN, SAFE AND ?elfeetual cure for alt nervous aud chronic diseases. Those appiiaucus are applicable to either sex and afford iu stuul relief ill cases of rheumatism, dyspepsiu, general de bility, Ac. Piilvoriuachcr's are tbu only genuine. Depot, 212 Broadway. C1UOCOLAT MENIER, ) awarded Paris Exhibition, tbo 1S7S. < Grand Diploma of Honor. CIHOCOLAT MENIEll, IN ONE HALF POUND AND /one-quarter pound packets. ? For breakfast and supper. HOCOLAT MEN 1MB.-AWARDED TW ENTY TilRe2 Prlxe Moduli. Consumption annually exceeds 17,5Ut),uU0 lb?. C HOCOLAT MRNIKH. PAKI.S, Sold everywhere. London, New Yerk. Wholesale, 40, 51 and 53 Shuthwark st., Borough, London. D ICKEL'S RIDING ACADEMY, SttTH ST.?MESSRS. C1IAS. W. DICKEL k Co. beg leave to inform their friends aud patrons that tbev will open their new Riding - * eveainij " ?? * ? * Academy on Tuesday ev ealng, December 3. 124 to 130 West Mtfa st. No enrda of invitation issued. Divorces speedily obtained-tebms super lativuly roasonable; CONSULTATIONS tree. FRED ERICK I. KING, Lawyer, 6 Saint Mark's place, adjoining Cooper Institute. Divorces legally obtained from any part of tbu United States: Scandal avoided; fee after de cree. Address II. C. KF.KTLA.V1), Indianapolis, Ind. Divorces obtained promptly without pub iiclty; scandal -avoided j consult him confidentially. ISAAC G. BOYCU, experienced lawyer in ail courts, 241 Broadway. Divorces obtained in new york and other States without publicity; consultatiou froe. NEW YORK LAW AGENCY. 2UB Broadway. D R. RICORD'S ESSENCE OF LIFE RESTORES MAN bood to the debilitated in four wueks; failure impossi Soie agent. Dr. J. hie: $3 pur case. Druggists supplied. S< JAC'Ql'KS, 7 University place. New York. 13PP8' COCOA. Kl'PS' COCOA. Li GRATEFUL AND COMFORTING. "By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws whieh govern tbu operations of digestion and nutrition, and by a saeefal application Of the fine proportion of well selected cocoa. Mr. Epps has provided our breakfast tables with a delicately llavored beverage which may savo us many heavy doctors' bills. It is by tho Judicious use of such arti cles of diet that a constitution may lie gradually built up until strong enough to resist every tendency to disease. Hundreds of subtle maladies are Hooting around ns ready to attack wherever there is n weak uoiut. We may escapo many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well fortified with punj blood aud a properly nourished frame."?Civil Service U alette. Sold only In tins (hi lb. and 1 lb), labelled. JAMES EPPS k CO.. UOMiKOPATHIC CHEMISTS, London, England. E. -TYPOGRAPHICAL ERROR. Kentucky?Claim 670, Nor. 30, 1878.?50 should bo 60 and 62 abould bo 52. Oeorgia State?Claaa 600, Nov. 90, 1878.?38 abould bo 58. E"~ ?OFFICIAL KENTUCKY STATE DRAWING* ? xkmtlcky?KXTIU class mo. 071?KKi ieaaku 2. 1678. 7, 23. 08. 28, 70. 00. 2. 8, 60, 13. 42. 70, 17. KKNTUCBV?CLASS MO. 672?DSCKMBKK 2, 1878. 41. 54, 58, 40, 50, 6. 55, 43, 33. 10, flo, 17. 78, 48. SIMMONS A DICKINSON. Managers. OKOMflia STAT*?KXTBA CLASS NO. 6111? DUCK Mil KB 2. 1878. 11. 21. 54, 00, 77. 57, 62, 22, 45, 30. 35, 58, 08. UKOKUIA MTATK?CLAM* MO. 002?OKI KMHKR 2, 1S78. 43, 60, 72, 32, 34, 7, 21, 77 , 28. X.. 40. 01, 4, 20. K. D. F.DDY A (XI. Managers. Information given regarding the above drawiuga. Apply to CLUTK A CO., Bankers. 260 Broadway, rear nflioe. 11^ ?ROYAL HAVANA DRAWS DECEMBER ~tk ' !i. Capital prise. $2UU,"<?>. (HlU.OtO to lie distributed. Tickets, $40, $20. $10, $5. $2. *1 CLUTK A lb.. Honkers. 200 Broadway. I J -EXTRAORDINARY DRAWINO 'J, Loulsiuua Statu dlHtribution. December 111. Capital prise,$1(A1.IJOO. 11.270 prises; distributing $522,5111. Tickota, 610, #6, $2. $1. Single number Kautucky draws December 24. Tickota. $1. GLUTS A CO., Bankers, 2U> Broadway. HiENALINE IS A PLEASANT AROMATIC ELIXIR, containing life sustaining, rucuperativu virtues aa no utlier known runiudy possesses; all tlio nutritious olomunta demanded for the support of tbo system are found In its composition. Ilwiualine la invaluable In cousutuiition, auivmia, nervous disorders, dropsical affections, Hright'a disease, dlalietes, scrofulous diaifpiaie, malaria. Aak your druggist or call 011 DOCTOR. 4G West 21Hh at. IP -ROYAL HAVANA DRAWS DECEMBER 6. K. CAl'ITAL PRIZE, 9001,1 ?>I; SECOND CAPITAL. $50,666: THIRD CAPITAL, $25,060. TICKETS. $6>, #2ii, SIC; Twentietbs. $2, Kortielhs.fi. EXTRAORDINARY DEC. 24. TICKETS, ?100 TO $5. JAt.'KSO.N A CO., liaukars. H*J Nassau at., near Ealton. jy>UWIANA~UKAND DRAWIN(1, DECEMBER id CAPITAL 1'KIZE, $160,000. SECOND CAPITAL. $50,006. THIRD CAPITAL. 920.0CKX WHOLE TICKETS, $10; IIALP TICKETS, $5; FIFTHS, $2; TENTHS, ft. JACKSON A CO., Bankers, 82 Nassau at., near Fulton. ]Ol/l?lANA DRAWS DECEMBER IO?WHOLE JTicket. SKI; Capital. fHSi.iari, one $Mh?XI; one fUM.OUU; two $10,OUT Office hours frimi 7 A M until 7 P. M. H. NATHAN, 181 aud 838 Broadway. ETKOPOLITAN M' JOB PRINTING OK KICK, 28 ANN ST. EVERY VARIETY OK PRINTINO, FROM ? VISITING CARD TO A MAMMOTH COLORED POSTER. WORK BENT TO ANY PART OP THE COUNTRY, C. O. D. PIRBT CLASS WORK AND LOW PRICES KOK CASH. METROPOLITAN JOB PRINTINO OFFICE, 28 ANN ST. "M. Diseases nf men and the nervous system a specialty. Important ease*, medical or surgical; Impairment o11 organic tunctiou, hereditary or constitutional taunt. HENRY A. DANIELS, M. D., 144 Lexington or., near 2Uth at Honrs, 8 to 8 and 6 to 7. MAN'S MISSION ON EARTH?A THOROUGH MF.DI cal treatise Indicating hew confirmed disabilities may be removed. The experience of twenty years' study, obser vation and professional practice, showing the agencies that will lueare restored manhood, strengthened vitality and sound condition of health, that have been Impaired by ururtaaed powers, A statement of obstacles to uiarrlago and of the means by which they can be removed By mail, 25c., currency or postage stamp*. Address Secretary Mm arum Anatomy and Science, 1,146 Broadway, New York. Marble mantki-h, oravkstonkh, tiling; but loin prices. A. KLABKK, 134 East IStli St., uear 3d av, MISS IIATTIR OIHBS GIVES MAGNETIC TREAT inout fur rheumatism. 1SV East 26Ui St., flrst floor, flrst door, _______ M" M. JULIA HINDLBT.?SPIRITUAL SEANCES. Knmnved from 46 East 6th to SIB East 12th, near 2d av, M LIZZIE NEWELL AND MABEL EDMONDS, 21 ?Clinton place.?Magnetic treat inout rliuomattsm, ner vousness, corpulency ; spiritual seancos daily. MISS CARLKTON PERMANENTLY CURES RIIEC. mutism by mi entirely new treatment No. 201 6th av., second flight, front.? _ \T KW YORK HISTORICAL SOCIETY.-A STATED ll meeting will be held at the library, oil Tuesday evening, December 3, at 8 o'clock. P. N. Otis, M lb. will read a' paper untitled ?"Restoration of the Arctic Ship Resolute." 1C OCR AND RYE. per case. QMO. A A F M ACKKRMAN, ? 46 Doy St.. New York. SPECIAL NOTICES. IjroTeSsok CLarks gymnasium and katiis Kiiasiun. sulphur and fumigated, both fur luxury uiitl remedial; hours (or ^eutleiucii from 9 to II A M aiitl 2 to 10 |*. M,; Indies, from 11 to 2. I.2MH Broadway. PILES :-~I>K. ( II AN 1)LKIt'S 1MLON; 8CRB CUBS for pitas; #ivo? in stunt relief; in hurmtanu; is never (ailing; ull Broadway druhririsU; SO cents pur package. E. CHANDLER, Proprietor. Royal Havana draws dkckmhkk ?. 1878. $81O,OU0 distributed. Capita) prize. $200.MOO. THE KXTRAOKD1NAKY tor December 24 now ready. $l,:i5O,U)0 distributed. Capital priie. $500,000. All prizes cashed by us. Havana Hunk Bills bought and sold. Drafts ou Havana issued.9 C. VI ADKKo A Co., Haukcrs. No. 1 New at.. New York. 11 OYAL HAVANA LOTTERY. Next Ordinary Drawing. December H. Next Kxtraurdinury Drawing, December 24. For particular# aadru.a M. A. MARTINEZ it CO., lJanker#. It I Wall wt.. bu.ement. Royal Havana lottery-next drawing de cumber 0; $H10,0U> drawn; Capital. $2UD,0UO; prixee cashed; urdere tilled; information furnished gratis. TAYLOR it CO.. Hunker#. 11 Wall it. Rheumatism positively cubed.?eurofsak RHEUMATIC SOCIETY ha# removed from 3)7 to 210 West 34th at. Only genuine nllleo in America, and incorpo rated under uct of Kubrusry 17, 1H4M. Cuusultatiou, tarmi and cirvulara free. 11HE PIER AND BULKHEAD OWNERS OK THE EN tire water front of tliie city are requested to attend an adjourned meeting of "The Pier and Bulkhead Associa tion," to bo held at the office uf Muaarn. D. A. A. Kiugslsnd, No. 55 Broad St., on Tuoada.v, December 3, at 'J o'clock P. M. GKOKGfc L. K1NGSLAND, 1'realdeut. WxttD McAllistkk, Secretary. Otf'f7 QQK ?'"CHRISTMAS DRAWING." qp'J I ? ).Kentucky State drawa December 24. Capi tal priru, $15,0Ul>. #."7,>r25 distributod In 1.SB4 priaua. Whole ticket#, only $1. Addreee all ordere to tho "lucky" office, 1,227 Broadway 11. H. PORTER it CO., Northern Agent#. THE TVKF. TATTERHALL'S TURF AND"HTOCtf KXCUaSg1? 1,225 11 road way.?Houka on all turfuvonta; parties can also speculate in stocks. See advortisemuut undur linaucial beading. McUOUOALL A CO. HORSES, CARRIAGES, tfcC. Auction house of van t ass ell a kearney, no AND 112 EAST I3TU ST., SEAR 4TII AV. regular sales ok HOUSES and carriages, EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. On every boree that la warranted sound or kind and troe in harness, from ouo to three days ie given to tost warrantees. CATALOGUE OF THIS DAY'S (TUESDAY) SALE AT 10 O'CLOCK. PAIR VERY STYLISH BLACK GELDINGS, lf>?4 HANDS Hill II, (5 and 7 years old; very prompt and bandy : both pood single drivers and perfectly broken to the saddle; sharp travellers; safe and reliable in ovury respect; sold only fur waut of use, aud are warranted sound itud kiud and true in all harness; set Double Harness, bear Kobe. Whip and COUPE, IN PERFECT ORDER, has Polo aud Shafts, by Wood Bros. PAIR BAY HORSES, 15>? HANDS HIGH, 8 year# old; good drivers; fast travellers; not afraid uf car# or Hluauibouts; warranted kind and true in ull harness; set Double Harness, Kobes, Whip. Ac., aud ? ELEGANT CLARENCE, MOROCCO AND SATIN-LINED, in buecoiiditiou. WHITE TROTTING GELDING, 15)'t HANDS HIGH, 8 years old; au extra prompt aud pleasant driver; a very superior pole horse; can trot in 2:45; In good condition can trot much faster; is safe for the most ? inexperienced driver, and is warranted kind aud true in ull harness. BAY SADDLE AND HARNESS MARE) 15fc? hands high, 8 years old; a prompt, handy driver; does not pull; perfoct for saddle purposes; cun trot iu 3-30; lias great endurance, and is warrauted sound and kiuil aud true in all harness. ? BAY CARRIAGE HORSE, 15J? HANDS HIGH, 10 years old; lias been used by w private family: is a good stepper; not afraid of r.ievatcd railroad or anything; a first class family horao; warranted souud and kiud and truoiu all Harness. PAIR OK BUSINESS HORSES, 15.t? HANDS HIGH, IO roars old; good drivers; not afraid of anything; have been used to a builder's wagon; warrauted kind aud true in all harness. BAY GELDING, U>)a HANDS HIGH, 12 yoars old; afrco and very prompt driver; not afraid of any thing; can trot in 3 minutes; is perfectly safe and reliable to ride or drive; warrsntod sound and kind and true iu all harness. HANDSOME BLACK GELDING, 15,^ HANDS HIGH, S yours old; very pleasant driver; not afraid of any tbiug, lias all the saddle gaits; safe for a lady to rltlo or drive; ha# great endurance; can trot in 3 minutes; warrauted sound and kind uud true in ull harness. SORREL MARE. SIRED BY MAD ANTHONY, out of a Star mare; 15 bauds high, 0 years old; a prompt aud pleasant driver; can trot a mile iu 3 minutes, and can pace in 2 .35; warranted kiud and true iu all harness. SORREL HOUSE, 15>, HANDS HIGH, 7 years old; good free driver; particularly gentle auu kind: a good traveller; not afraid of anything; warranted kind aud true in all harness. DAPPLE GRAY COUI'E HORSE, IB HANDS HIGH, 7 years old; a good driver, line business or family horse; good under saddle; war run tod kind and truo iu all harness. THOROUGHBRED HAY SADDLE AND HARNESS GELDING, sired by Narragansett, out of Lissle Berry by Lexington; 15?? hands high; coming 5 yoars old; reuiurkubiy guiilla in harness aud undur saddle; war rauted kind and true in all harness. BAY TROTTING GELDING, 151* HANDS HIGH, D years old; a prompt, gams driver; extra pole horse; nut ufruid of anything; CAN TROT IN 2:40: a first class road horse; warranted kind and truo in all liarnoss. VERY STYLISH AND HANDSOME DAPPLE GRAY TROTTING GELDING (half brother to TANNER BGY), gut by Edward Evurott; lo'4 hands high, 7 years old; one uf tlio must porfcct drivers in the city; Ku trotted a mile a short time sincu over Prospect Park track in 2:3ti; can trot in 2:4<l now; WAR RANTED SOl'ND and kind and true iu all harness. ALSO A NUMBER of FAMILY aud BUSINESS HORSES. EXTENSION TOP PHAETON', COUPE BOCKAWAY, Portland (Jul Htm. 4 seat Sleighs, top Business U t|vu, jump scat Rockawav, lop Phaetons, new uud second hand: Windsor Road Wspm; top side bar and full spring Wagons; Coupon; Double uud Hiuglo Haruuaa, in ijre.it variety; Itobes, Blankets, Ac. BALE COMMENCES AT 1U O'CLOCK. UCTION HOUSE OK ARCH JOHNaTON7 1U, 21, 2:i and 2ft lath St., | near University place. I OLDEST ESTABLISHED AND MOST RELIABLE HOUSE IX THE CITY. KKUCLAK SALES OK HORSES AND CAKRlAOES EVERY TUESDAY AND KKIDAY. AT HI O'CLOCK. ? 24 hours to three days' trial on horses warranted sound. > THIS DAY (TUESDAY;, AT It) O'CLOCK. 5 COUPE ESTABLISHMENT.?ELEtiANT IIAY - COL'l'E HORSE (bang tail), ltl hands, S years old; Itiud | and true in all harness: true from vicu; a hundsouie. 5 I free, stylish driver; a II rat class lainlly coupe ureal riuite horse; in ovoiy way reliable and warranted sound. S LIUlIT COUPE, by Jireuster A Co. SET COUPE wl HARNESS, COUPE BOCKAWAY, nearly now, by Co|. 0 |>er. BLACK TKOTT1NU HOUSE, sired by tieni'ral w | Knox, ilaui thoroughbred. Ift,'a hands, s years old, has ^ I a record of 2:511; can Hot a mile lu 2:40; a first class u roadster, and sold only fur want of use. 2 | ToP SIDE HAK ROAD WAOON, Pule and HUafta, I by Brewster, of Broome at.: little used. TWO LIUHT LANIMUS, by Brewslei. of Broome si H KI LL CLARENCE, KOUR PORTLAND CUTTERS, ' | SEVEN TOP WAtiONS, SIX PONY PHAETONS, TWO TOP DELIVERY WAOONS, to pay advances. | TEN KAMILY IIOKSKS, KOUR TRUCK HORSES, I eight Business Horses. A Kl'1.1. ASSOUTMENT of every kind of Carriago, Harness, Robes, Ac. Sou Catalogue. ?CH A U EEs W. MARKER AUCTIONEER . OR EAT SALE OK KENTUCKY HORSES. WILL BE sold to morrow (Wednesday), December 4, at 11 o'clock, at BARKER A sttN'S New York Tattersall's, cur lier of Broadway and lilllli St., a CAR LOAD of tbc fastest green TROTTP.RS (including throe that can trot in 2 :'M)|, hnest eotubiiicd SADDLE and harness Horses (two of these without equals), .MATCHED TEAMS. COACH AND COUPE HORSES ever hred in Kentucky (all warranted sound and kind). Now on view, to he seen, examined, RODE' AKTER and their SPEED, saddle aud driving quail ties TESTED at any time t'REVIOl'S tu sale. Catalogues, with full descriptions, ready. Sale peremptory. -TEN HORHKH; SUIT ANY HUdkNKBM I e'k7"5m ? togiS). RAPID THAN SIT ICE CO.. It. Kith av. 1 N KLKOANT BREWSTER CRUSH HPKIXO TOP jt\ Wagon, estenslou lop light four -eat Phaeton, top Pony Phaeton, IfarucHS, Sleigh. BuarKobcs; almost new; very cheap; on account uf sickness. 247 West 41st st. VTTRACTIVK STOCK. ATTRACTIVE I'UICIiS. HORSE BLANKEITH, EVERY DESCRIPTION Kl'R. Wool, AND PLI SII KOBES, superb variety. JOHN MOORE, .'.7 WARREN ST. A -SECOND HAND CARRIAGES. 4 Broughams. In good order; one nearly new, ours. I Landau let. madu by Wood; vary light. 1 Itockaway for II not sons, w ill he sold very low. An assortment of Road Wagons, beet city make. J II BREWSTER A CO., ol 2ftth st. -SECOND HAND CARRIAGES. Bros, fire light Landati. Brewster A Co. Krongltnm, Iros. t larenee, Brewster A Co. Coacli and Coupe, six Wood i . JHHPPNH passenger Koekaways, una at f46(> and one at $425; Coupe ltockaways, nlie at $2<?l and one at gsfKI; tun Wagons, 0110 at <7ft. one at 9I8A and one at glut); lop Phaetuns, one at glut) aud one at gl-'O; six lirewster A Co. Road Wagona. Ilk) other seeoud hand Vehicles. A. s KLAN lilt AC A CO . S72 and ;t74 Broeme st. A W ILL BE HOLD AT II VRKEIt S TATTERSALL s" .corner of Broadway and :tt?th st., on Wednesday, l?e cutubor 4, at II o'clock, a pair of elegant brown coach Horses. IO.I4 high. 7 years old; hare extra style, action aud appearance; cust ewner gl,4<>> in Kentucky, aud are war ranted sound Hud kind; now on viow. AH-POK BALK AT A SACRIFICE, K1VE PAST ROAD ?iters and Trotters, extension top Phaeton, Pony I'hao ton. side bar top Wagon, elegant Portland Sleigh, Single aud Double Harness, Robes, Blankois, Ac. Inquire at the private stable No. ti West 24tli St., near ftlh av. N. II.?The above stuck is all iu good condition and waa built to order for prouoiit owner. ASTONISHING BARGAINS Ml ST HELL IMMEDt ately, two and four neat Kautiiy Wagons, top Pony Phuetons, small Miniature Phaetons, top Road Wagon. He pot Wagon, two handsome upholstered Sleighs, large Jet black bear Relies, one while Robe, two straps of Bells, ouu pair of Chimes, gold plated; tw o sets line Coupe Harness, (tingle and Double Road Harness, light extension top Park Phaeton; all the latest sty In and nearly now. Club stable, I.V) East 2t>lh St., between Lexington and ltd ava. ABH -ALMOST GIVEN \W AV. THREE EXTRA HAND* .some Hleighs, two baudsome largo black bear Rol es; olio white fox Robe, two hlack Angora Robes, two Bultaiu Robes irat East 2Mb st? near 3d av. A mm"Z BARti.t IXH.-EIHHT HOUSES, VOUNil, SOUND ^K>and low priced; suitable fur heavy draught work ; cart, truck, express, grocer, business or taiuily use. 4117 West ft2d st. EE SIXES?30 BUSINESS AND CONCORD RKLIV I _ery Wagons, (HUtsfill); new. second hand riatforui aud Elliptic Spring Wagons for express, grocer, luiu-lier, baker, milk, dry Coeds, depot; one tight single Truck eheap; Wagons exchanged. 22)1 Spring st. Ami PRIVATE PARTY MUST HELL, AT ANY HACK! Hen, fust road team Mares, 15V II years old; fair trial given, side liar Wagon; Doable and Single Harness: also coupe Maw, III bands, young aud sound. Inquire of coach uiau, I4B West ,'thtli st A PIRK BLACK MOUSE IftU II \ N Its HMII1. 7 years old; warranted sound and kind: trot In 2 jt)', a Brewster, of Broome st., top Wagon, llue Harness; gentle man going to Europe. 5 Wast Uttli st. A A. HOUSES, CJUUUASBh, AC. ?FOR SALE, HANDSOME BROWN PONY ; TlfUKE .?IIones vitv i ueup. or uIvl-b for their koep tbi* wlater. 221 Kail Kroi d* u> AT BARKKK'S IIOKSK SAI.K. Co7<n1*R OF BROAlT wev end BDtli nt., to uiorrow (Weduo*tUvL at 11 o'clock, will bo Mold a wagon load of ?ecoud baud Hor*e Boots of ?very duweriptiou. Blanket*. Hood*. ?ot Double llarucsn, RoiiiM, i'Uock Reins, .VUrt in galas, Shoot*. Bit*, largo cant Iron Stove, block tin Screen. Ac. On view now. raftWBTBR IMF ROVE I > RXTBNtf IOM TOP 8DE rey Wagon. Meats tour; Brewster ton Buggy ; Portland Cutter; two flue young Horses; Double and Single liar uess ; white Fox Robe. 12 East IStli at. 4 ?FOK SALK CHEAP TWO HORSES; HI1 IT MILE ^V?inau. butcher, express; trial allowed. 14 Grand si., near Sullivan. A BAliOAIN.?VERY CHEAP. ETHAN ALLEN MARK. 15f?, trots 2:45, souud, kind, 7 years; Morgan bay Horse. 15.3 high, trots 2 .50, sound, kind. 0 years olu ; Brew ster side bar top Wagon. Wood Bros. Pony Phaeton, flue Kimball Sleigh, Polar and black bear Robes. Double Har ness, Blankets. Ac., for quarter value, ou account of ill health, .to West 30ih St.. near Broadway. A?$135; TOP BREWSTER IMPROVED IIPOOY, ?witli tine harness, elegant Blanket, Lap Kobe and Whip; cost $4H5 in July; handsome Kiiuhall Cutter, $45. Nee coachiuau, 3 West 15th *t.. near 5th av. A FINE TEAM OF BAY~1HOB BUILT CARRIAGE Horses, B years old, I5JK' hand* high ; sound and kind; can be bought cheap or aired for the win tor. 12B East Broadway. A?SIX H?>R8KS. kit" FOR ANT BUSINESS. AND ??11 in good couditioii to go ritfltt to work; must be .old. Miuural Spring stable, IH9 South 5th ??., near Spring *t. A" ?Hilt SALE. FOUR. HORSES; SUIT FARMER. .grocer or tuilk business; throe day.' trial given. 39 Bleecker. b ABUAI .N -11 o USE. ~ 1IAKXKSS AND WAUON. unit any busiue**. 513 East 19tli at., betweou U aud 12 A. M. A BLACK TROTTINO*MARK: BLACKHAWK STOCK ; it year, old; warranted in every particular; alao very lino laddie and harness Mam. llrowatcr vide bar ton Wagon, Sleigh, pair very tiuc utter Robua. 0110 boar Robe, Single and Double Harness, Blankets, Ac.; to be suld at auy sacrifice. 1JIS West 31 st ?t. AN K LEU ANT TOP 8Ii>E~KAK ROAD WAUON. Cortland Sleigh, Harness, Rubes, Blankets, all nearly new; one-third value. 221 WiatilUli st., near Broadway. ?WW RALBi NIxlioRBBA, 8UITAN* BUSINESS; .property of lightning rud cuuipauy; half value; must aell. 215 ft eat 15th at., nour 7th av. LACK OKLDINU OR MAKE WANTED. 6 TO 8 yours, 15.2 tu 15.3. vuund, kiud; to ahuw 2 :AO to 2 :45. W. 8., box 1(13 Herald Uptown elticu. C* iA*RIA?ES, BUSINESS WAGONS, vTLlAUB CARTS, Jkc.y at CALVIN WITTY'S Comraiaslou Carriage Ware room*, 154 South 5th av. IjVlR SALE-'WITHOUT EXCRETION * THE BEST 1 safost nod uio?t genteel Itoud or Family llorxo in the city; it rlclt bay, 7 \eirs old, 15** hand* high; llamble toalau stock; ho I* a hold, resolute driver; with wonderful euduruuee; can trot a mile in 2:45; i* free from vice or trick; fearless of locomotive*, drumming or muaic; will stand uuywhere without tying and i* aafo for tlie moat timid per*ou to drive; will bo sold at a bargain and fully warranted aouiid. Can bo aeou at the private atable 215 West 15th at., near 7th av. FOR SALK-A .SPLENDID TEAM OF HORSES, 1IAR ueas aud a nearly new double Truck. Cau be aeen at 48 and 51) Duauo at. S^OIt HALE?FOUR DORSES. SUITABLE FOR ANY liuHiucaa; ulao nice Cauadiau Pony ; all warranted. 592 Waahingtoa at. I poll SALE?TWO CANADIAN PONIES, 15K HANDS. ' U and 7 years old; alao children's Pony, 12 hands. 31o Hudson at., atore. IjlOR SALE-ONE SET OK DOUBLE HARNESS" ' Caniphell'a make; alao ouo double Set of imported Horse ('loth ug: will be eotd at a sacrifice. Apply to J. KINNIN, stable 242 Urouuo at., New York. IjVlIl SALE-TEAM OF ROAN HORSES, SIX YEARS, " 151* hands; good travellers; will separata; must aell; warranted. 50 Charles st. I710R SALB-ONK OF TWO HORSES; SOUND AND ' kind; good worker: suitable for express or truck; very cheap. FEED, 131 Sullivan at. Harness.?the proprietor op the cheapest Harness atoro ill New York has removed to 158 Clum bers at., whore ho la selling Buggy Uarnea* for 87 50, Stablo Blanket 81, buffalo R?hu 85. ltlt'HAltD FISHEll, 158 Chamber, it. TOINT ANNUAL EXHIBITION el of Slulgli* and ltobea. Messrs. BKEWSTKH k CO., of Broome at. Messrs. C. O. GUNTIIER'S SONS, of 3tb ?*? will offer ut tho warcrouuia of tliu forinor, Hroadway, 47th and 4Sth ata., during the wook, beginning December 2, day and evouing, Ruaaian Oaaadiuti and American Sleighs, together with a largo collection of choice Kobea. to which tho customer, of belli Ileuses and the publifc are invited. Magnificent Tor BREWSTER pattern Phaeton, built to order for *3tlft by Goorgo 11. Oloao for a prominent army officer, ainco ordered to tho frontier; liaa been uaod only four times; for aiilo at a (treat bargsin. Ap ply to Mr. BARKER, 1 ,?A? Broadway. AT ?SECOND HAND CARRIAGES. JN . Vivo llfht Landaus, *4U>; two leather top Iatudana, and *Wai- Wood Bros. T Cart end Stanhope Phaeton, Ss?R> and 9A9IJ; light extension top Phaeton, itood aa now, ewo- tot) l'onv Phaeton. fw?; cut under Rookawny, $(5.i. tfll.LIAM II. GRAY, JU and ?1 Wouetor at. ECOND HAND Jt Cart, by Brewater k Co., ?250. TCart. owu make,fBOtt T Cart and Single Coupe Harness, $?*). TIiono i'urld have Imjou iu uno but a snort time, Mia ore bartt'iiuH. A T pE MA REST A CO.. tE2S Broadway. 1ArT5-*RXhTbITI< IN, 1H78. PRIZE MEDAL awardeit to W. CLARK, 232 Oxford at., laindon. Forcaaeof PATENT HORSE CLIPPERS. s w. Vir clauk" 'aes oxford st? London.?his W . PATENT HORSE CLIPPERS are all alaniDod with Ilia uaino, both on tho platea and on thehaudlea, wooden and Iron. None others boiint itenuiuu. ic"[JLARKS PATENT HORSE CLIPPERS - W. SPECIAL NOTICE.-W. CLARK be?a to luloriu the publle that ho lia? iu vented a SMALL HORSE CLIPPING MACHINE, worked by ouo hand only. W" "CLARK'S SINGLE HANDED CLIPPER.?BY . thia admirable invention tho operator, havltnr one hand at liberty, can hold the animal in auy desired pnaition. and thereby prevent injury to himaelf and to tlie maclilne. _ ______ I -fir CLARK'S SINGLE HANDED MACHINE YY . la highly approved of in the United Stntoa for culling the Human Hair, Whiakem. Miiataehea. Ac., In all parta of the world. CLARK'S "PATENT HORSE GLIPPKKS are tin* c)iea|M*Nt and llni beat, and have boon known to clip from 'Jill to :*>> lloraea without requiring riiarpuning. TIT CLARK'S PATENT HOItSli CUPPER* \Y , aro wild rotail by all the iroiimoiiiffir*. and<llert and cutlers, and wholesale by Meiers. McCOY A CO.. ? ? . 134 Duano at.. Now York, to whom all applications for prices, Ac., cau be made. . \V* CLARK'S PATENT ONE HAND, TWO HAND, YY .old and new style Home Clippers. The latest and boat goods ever made by W. Clark, ut London. Just Imported by C. M. MOSKMAN A BRO.. 12SJJbambera at. ^ ll'-AOONS FOR SALE CIIKAP.-NKW l.itlllT PLAT YY form spring Itellvory, Butchor, Baker end Buainose Wagon* 24S West 27th at. OH HAND COUPE. . , . _ nut in llued, built hv John U. Lnwrcneo, In flno ordor; price *825. WM. II. GRAY. Jt? and 22 Wooster st. AO).- -TOP MUGGY AND HARNESS. COST *47(1 IN J^n 4 *9* )wScpt?Mnb?r : itlno top Puny Phatjtou, Hoi* Double Marina*. Portland Sleigh, black hear Roue; perfect order. Stable. IIU West 17th at. ~l\ PER MONTH?LANDAl'LET. STYLISH ?) 1111/horse, coeehmau iu livery; *173, double horse. 21 West 44th at. l?U\ GiHHBi. ( tARPEthTcURTAlNS AND Kt RNITI ILK COVERINGS IN EVERY VARIETY OF QUALITY, STY I Jr. AM) DESIGN, AT VERY Low PRICES. A. T. STEWART A CO., BROADWAY, 4TII AV.. iiTII AND IOTH HTH. T ARIES' CLOAKS AND ULSTERS. ON ACCOUNT OF UNSEASONABLE WEATHER AND DULNESS IN TRADE 1 WILL CLOSE OUT AT RETAIL, 30 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR FROM THE COST OP MANUFACTURING, MY EN TIRE bTOCK OK HACUl'KH, DOLMANS, M ULSTER* AND CIRCCLAB*. MANUFACTURED FOR ~THK FINRST BROADWAY TRADE. MORRIS FINN. 88 LEONARD ST., UP STAIRS. between broadway" and dHUROR st. 7 MtlXlWBttY ~AWlT DHENmMAKING* / 1AM1LLK dk LACY WILL SELLYhE BALANCE t7 Y.'hor elegant atock of Bonnets at half price. SOI* Broadway, near HHh at. Paris millinrry.-mmk. fkrrrro.formerly 7 Weat aotli at., and Mme. MAAKK, Pariatau artiste. Ordera punctually attended to. tit Welt 2Htb aC _ ______ ? : mXskaT. ~ A" ZTkuROPK AN LADY. LONG CONSERVATORY EX .porlenee, auperlor method, artlatlc atylo, receives pupils for piano anil ringing; 00 cenla per leeaun. Muie. [),, Herald Uptown offiss. A LADY, MANY YEARS TEACHER, VOCAL, INSTRU nientai; Sri rent* lesson; lieginuera, Bnlahlng; rare op portunity TEACHRR. 142 Herald Uptown / tiiRNET PRECENTOR,?WANTED, AN 1NOAGB \ 'nielli III a peraon with eM-orleuce in leading congrega tional aing.nt; terms m.*d?rnto C. P. A., Ilorald Uptown office, IXfANTED?SUPERIOR CONTRALTO ASH TENOR YY for ii club, Addruaa, linniediatcly, PLEASURABLE, Herald offiee. , AMLNKMK.YTN. rpONY PASTORS. to NY PASTOR'S I Stranger* in the city abould by all means visit OUR MATINEE TO-DAY. "TMKRII'AN TKMPKKANCK UNION TEA PARTY AND J\ Entertainment at Clarendon llall 114 I3lli at., to night Mr?. Van t'ott, I'refeaaor. Heutley, Weeka and other disftn guished orator* and muaiciana. flHINV PASTOR'S TONY PA.4TOKH. I Recollect the ONLY M ATINKK given In Now York TO DAY. CADEMY OF MUSIC.?MME. KTKLKA OKRsTER. Choice Scuta end front Boxes, at tho THEATRE TICKET OFFICE, III BROADWAY. SJULTAN DIVAN 2 I BOWERY-THE FINEST F1T V'ted up place In tho United Stales. AJKUIKMKSTI. P~ ARK THEATRE " "" COMEDY OK ERRORS. 1IENKY K ABBEY Leasee and Muuagor. HOUSES HACKED Tl> TUB HOOK. The comedian*. STUART ROBSON mill WM. II. CRANE. WDicIt "Two of a kind." W'lilek 1 ?which, is COMEDY OK ERRORS. Is which, COMEDY OK KKKOKS. Dromio of Syracuse. ( r?in Hr..tho?. 4 Mr- Stuart Bobsou Druniio of Kphusiis. i Twin Br t rs. , \Vm. H. Craae "A trusty villain. sir, that very oft When I aui dull with euro aud melancholy Lighten* my hunter witli hi* merry Jest**" EVERY EVENING ATM SATURDAY MATINEE ATI MATINEE I'KICKS. MATINEE PRICKS. Adtuissiou. 'KJ cents. Reserved seal*, SU cent* extra. N. B.?Every *out id thi* theatre is an opera chair. Each floor i> carpeted throughout. Kor the uspectal accoiuuio datiou of those patron* who do not wish to puy over ho cent* opera chair* will ho reserved io the balcony at fat ccuta ?acta, which will bu ou *alu at the box otlicu six day* in ad vauce. Reserved opera chair* in balcony oOe. Reserved opera chair* in dro** circle $1 Reserved opera chair* in orchestra $? ?*> "JJNION SQUARE THEATRE. Sole Loasce and Manairer Mr. A. M. PALMER ELECTRIC SUCCESS of Mr. llrouHou Howard'* NEW AMERICAN PLAY, in Ave act* aud iix tableaux, untitled THE BANKER'S DAUGHTER, produced with inoat inuguiileont Scenery, Appointmeot* ? and Costumes, and a Ca?t embracing the LEADING MEMUEKS of tlio UNION SQUARE THEATRE COMPANY. The enthusiastic reception of thi* purely American work by one of the largest and uioat critical audience* over as ?oniblud In thi* theatre make* it the duty of the manage uient to thank every member of the eouipauy, aud ull those who aided ill it* production, for tho result w hich their tal ent* aud aeal have achieved. THE BANKER'S DAUGHTER will be pre sen teil EVERY NIGHT till further uotico and ut the rogular 8ATUKl>AY M ATI N EES. WALLACE'S. Proprietor and Manager Mr. LESTER WALLACE TUESDAY, Doeombor 3. laat uigbt ut OUR CLUB. TO-MORROW (Wednesday) EVENING. Decotuber 4, will ho preaeutod a uew cuuiudy-dramu in Ave act*, adapted from lite Goriuan by Dr. K. A. Uarri* and Mr. Erud Will iam*, entitlod MY SON, with NEW SCENERY, COSTUMES AND APPOINTMENTS, anil the following DISTRIBUTION OK CHARACTERS:? IIerr Waiirul, a wealthy shoe manufacturer Mr. JOHN GILBERT Leopold, 111* only son Mr. W. U. KLOYD Rudolph. Weiirul'* foreman Mr. (.'1IAULES BARRON Uerr Mebluieyer, profeasor of muuie Mr. HARRY BECKETT Herr Wlllner, tenant of Wolgel...Mr. JOHN BROUGHAM lierr Twalhaeh, a merehunt Mr. J. W. SHANNON Liuidur, a young husaur Mr. K. M. HOLLAND Clara, Welgul'* daughter Miss ROSE COGHLAN Krau Wlllner Mine. PONISI Emuia Wlllner Mi*. STELLA BONIKACE Marie Wiiluor Mia* META HAKTLKTT Anna Wllluer Miss PEARL EYTINUE Minim. WuIkoP* housekeeper Mi** EKKIE GERMON /ALLACK'S. EXTRA THE TESTIMONIAL MATINEE Mr. JOHN GILBERT, tendered by many PROMINENT CITIZENS OK NEW YORK AND BOSTON aud MEMBERS OK THE DRAMATIC PROFESSION, in honor of tho completion of hi* FIFTIETH YEAR UPON THE STAGE, will take piece uu THURSDAY, December 0, 1H7A The programme, a* already anuouueed, will be repub lished on Thursday morning. Door* open at 12& Performance begins at 1. General admission, 91; reserved scats, $?_>. Grand opera house. POOLE A DONNELLY Lessees and Managers RESERVED SKATS lOrchentra Circle and llalconyi 5uC. KOR TWO WEEKS ONLY, Leonard Graver's fatuous Comedy, OUR BOARDING HOUSE, OUR HOARDING HOUSE, OUR HOARDING HOUSE, OUR BOARDING HOUSE, OUR BOARDING HOUSE, with now Scenery, Costume* and Appointment* A CAST OK COMEDY STARS. Messrs. Harry Little, J. A. Maekey, Charles Pope, W. J. Cogswell, George Kurd, llarry Webber, Krod. Chippendale, W. Daly, H. Vernon: Mendaiuu* Henrietta Irving, Louise Graham, Mabel Jordan, Sol Smith, Marriott* St. Logor, Francos Kttubio, little Belle Wharton, Ac. uiviveuu ITI'l.vi'ji.iV i en o MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. Grand opera house. Mr. P. S. GILMOKE respectfully annnuneoi GILMORK'S BAND CONCERTS ut this in out magnificent estahlisliiueut WILL BE CONTINUED EVERY SUNDAY EVENING THROUGHOUT THE SEASON. THIS WORLD FAMED BAND will he conducted by Mr. G1LMOHR. and THE LEADING MUSICAL AND OPERATIC ART ISTS OF THE DAY will he proseutedin succession. F IRU AVENUE TilEATKK. EDWIN BOOTH. POSITIVELY LAST KLKVEN NIGHTS. TO-NIGHT. KICUELIKU TOMORROW RICHARD UI. THURSDAY RICHARD III. FRIDAY FOOL'S REVENGE SATURDAY MATINEE I AGIO D. H. IIAKKI.VS AS OTHELLO. December 16, JEFFERSON a* KIP VAN WINKLE. ABERLE'S TTVOU THEATRE. STII ST. BETWEEN 2?i nuil 3d mi.?Our Grand Array of Talent:?Sam and Carria Swain, Job Buckley, Koarnay and Powers In Imlta tiou of John and Harry Kornall and Billy Barry. Jules Friguet, Maud Sheppard, Andy Callom, Ida Morris, G. W. Wooda and Johnny Mack, Ieivanion andWataoii, Minnis Clyde, the Groat Vienna Ballet Troupn. and Urinialdl Zolt ner in his Comic Pantomime. Cupid a Dart*. MATINEES THURSDAY and SATURDAY; alto Sunday, Midnight. C2AN" FRANCISCO MINRTRKLR' OPERA BOOOL OAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS. Broadway and JUlh at. THE FAMILY RESORT. RECEIVED WITH lto.ARS OF LAUGHTER. Last wook of the groat success, HERALD PERSONALS, by BIRCH. WAMBOLD. BACKUS. THATCHER, KYM A.N RUSSELL, FR1LLMAN, STEVENS, RAYMOND. JOHNSON, POWERS, KICAKDO. MONDAY. December U, Hrat appearance of FRANK CUSIIMAN AS THE AGED DARKEY. SEATS SECURED. MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2. INTERNATIONAL DA'IRY FAIR, AM K RICA N IN STIT PTE, 3d ?(., laid and H4tb sis. Grand diaplay of Chasm, Butter, imported and domeatic, and blooded dairy Cattla, Machinery, Implomenta, Aa. CLeose and Batter Facturica in practical operation. Address this (TUESDAY) EVENING by Uanaral BENJ. F. BUTLER. Concord by Downing'* Nlntli Regiment Band, accom panied by Jardine A Sum ureal Organ. Opeu daily from 1<> A M. to 10 P. M Admission 2I> cent*. Saaaon tlckcta. good for one week, $1. V"KW FRENCH OPERA HOUKFK COMPANY. 1.1 Unlou Loeguo Club, corner 26tli *t. aud Madiaon a*. To-night. FarewcllsBeuclit. LB SUURD (The Deaf Man opera cornluuehnutfe, 3 acta. Great success AIDE MEIN LI BRETT CHASMS. Ticket* can be secured at Cngnlut's, 27 Kaat 14th at. ltoai-i vod aeata f I. Admission .'ai ceuta. TAGYPTIAN HALL. 34TII ST. AND 3D AV. Fj HOME of sensations. Orand 13 Now Spicy Sensations. 3 I Mils. Do Conr'a Matinees I THE GREAT PARISIAN |?Funuiua Living Tuesday. NAC NAC DANCERS ART STUDIO Thursday | LA MINUET DK TOUR. I EACH and Satur- GILT-EDGED PLEASURES PERFORM day at 2. I FEMALE MINSTRELSY I ANOK I70LLY TIIKATKK,' West 12th at. and Greenwich nr. LITTLE UO PEEP. Every night, B o'clock. Wednesday and Saturday Matinees at 2 o'clock. ? Lyceum theatre, idTir ht. and ?th av. KATE ULAXTON Manageress ALICE L1NUAKD ALICE L1NGARD ALICE 1.1 NO A RD aa JOSEPHINE, as JOSEPHINE, sa JOSEPHINE. In CImrles Headx's DoU RLE MARRI AGE. rnoNY PASTORS. TONY PASTOR'S I A SUPERIOR ENTERTAINMENT REFINED AUDIENCES AND CKLKHKATKD STARS. MATINEE TODAY AT S O'CLOCK. SULTAN DIVAN. 241 BOW BUY?FIFTY PRETTY waiter girl* arery evauiag. Mnslc of the beat. ~~' iMT " ' ~ ? PASTOR'S. MATINEE rpo TO DAY at ? O' -CLOCK. OUMK ? ? - ? EARLY. S~ TKINWAY IIALL KINDER SYMPHONY? Milt ANNIE M. KKSSLKM'S Grand Concert. TUES DAY EVENING, December 3, et S, assisted by ether dis tinguished artists Admission, JO coots. Reserved aeata, SO casts antra. ? OSEPII COOKS THURSDAY EVENING LECTURES IN ASSOCIATION HALL, beginning Decent bar _ f>,_ with "GOD IN NATURAL LAW A pralade on current areata will be a feature of each lecture. Tickets for eourae of ten lacturoe. with teal, *5 Single lectures, M cents; with seat, 74 coats For sale at tho Hall. riMJNY PASTOR'S TONY PASTOR S. 1 THE FASHIONABLE RESORT ^ MATINEE TODAY At 2 O'CLOCK. UCklNGIlAM PALACE, 27tli at., west of 6th av. Tho Atneriran Mabilln. Elito Sociables nightly. The bun ton rumiri of iIm? world. A Grand K?ncy Dram and Vailed If All will ven on Tuesday evening, Iteceiuber 3, 1S7N. GRAND FANCY DRKSH AND VEILED RALITWILL be given nil Tuesday evening, Decern I u-i g, |n/M. t CADKMY OK MUBIC?GKRSTLR MATIN EE.?A FEW ivchoice Seals (for matinee), at FISCHER S music store. 2.U hth av., near 15th at. I MERLE S AMERICAN THEATRE. SD|AV . BETW EEN j'V3"tb and 31 at sta ?The greatest and largest t ariett per foriuaneea In tbaaUy. Matinees Wednasday aud Saturday B A B AMUSEMENTS. XJIBLO'S "GARDEN THEATRE ' ' 1A tlUWAKD F. STAKIN Proprietor ultd Mane/or TUESDAY EVENING, UticwalHir 3,1U11I further no KIKALF'Y BROS.' /raittot spectacular production. All')I'XL) THE WOULD IX Ml DAYS, with not scenery, marvellous mechanical effect x./littering armors and Jew els. Now /rand iiullet of Ml* ladies. It'll by tint greatest llrlaf i?rewire danseuag, Mlh- HliNKANlI. Superb dra luutic company. Matinees Wednesday unit Sutuiiiuy. ut 12 P. M. OWKRY THEATRE. FERDINAND W. IIOFKLK Man agar Alir.it KOSK LISLE. supported by Mr. EDWARD AHNOTT, in the FOUNDLINGS. ' a more exciting tlruiuu tlinn tlio Two Orphans. M AT IN EE SATl'KDAY. AT .1 O'CLOCK. rPHE AyL'AKIlM RROADWAY AND 3JTH ST. J. Twulvu inii/iiitireiitly truiueit Kentucky Thoroughbred Dor.en, introduced by Mom OSCAR. Cupt. A. it. HOGARHUS shooting at /last bulls in di6 fvreiit stylos. , Mi.it JOSliPIIINK, the lutly with the iron jaw. I'arforiitancas dally ut 'J .:*> and S o'clock I*. M. Admission, tut cants, ttc.urved seats, 10 cents extra. Shortly to bo produced in muiriiilicoitt stylo. CINDERELLA. rpilEATKE COMlgUK. 514 BROADWAY. A UAKKiOAN A llAItT Proprietory ANOTHER SUCCESS. HARRIOAN and HART In Edward Hurri/un's uew, ori/itial Irlab l'lay. LOKGAiUE (Detective). THURSDAY AFTERNOON. December 0. BENEFIT of the NEW ST. PATRICK'S CATHEDRAE NEXT! O'BRIEN, COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Matliioe Wednesday anil Saturday. ROADWAY THEATRE, CORNER ilTH ST ~ EDUAR A FULTON Lessees and Manager* FIFTH AND LAST WEEK. MR. AND MRS. OEO. S KNIGHT. "OTTO. A GERMAN." EVERY EVENING THIS WEEK. MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SaTURDAT. MR. B. MACAU LEY will apeuar Monday. December V, in a uew play, "UNCLE DAN'L, T1IE MESSENGER FROM JAUVIS* SECTION." An Aiuu(icuu classic. CJT. JAMES TUKATRE. ilD ST. NEAR BTH AV. O TUESDAY EVENING, December II, atSo'clock. BOL'FFKS PARISIKNNES. B TO-NIGHT, UIKOFLK G1ROFLA. GIHOPLE UIROFLA. THE GREAT PRIMA DONNA. ZEL1K WEIL. DECIDED SUCCESS. ZELIE WEIL ZEL1E WEIL ZKLIE WEIL ZEUE WEIL in GIROFLE GIROFLA. UI ROFLK-til ItOF'LA. ZKLIE WEIIs GIROFLE ZEL1E WEIL GIKOFLA. FULL CHOltl'S ZEL1E WEIL. Box office open from O A. M. till 111 P. M. Academy of Musia PpurItanl Twenty second ul/ht of the subscription. TO-MORROW (Wednesday) EVENING, December 4, at S. I PURITAN!. Arturo. Sig. Campaoiul; Riccardo, Sic. Ualasai: Giorgio. Big. Foil; Elvira, Mtue. KTKLK.A UKRSTKE. Director of the music and conductor, Si/. ARDIT1. Friday evouiug. December 0, "II Marbierodl Sivl/lia." II Conte Alluaviva. Si/. FrapolS; Dr. Hartolo, Sig. Tiilorry: Figaro. Sic. Del l'uente; Don Basllio, Sig. F'olt; Berta, Mine. Lahlache, and ltoshia, Mile. MINNIE 1IAUK. GRAND MAT!NEE. Suturday, December 7, at 12?LUCIA. Monday, December l>. production of Balfe's opera, IL TALISMANO. Sir Kenneth. Si/. Campauiui; Richard Cccnr de Lion, SI/. Ualassi; Nectabauus, Sig. Dol Puonto; l^uoou Heron /ariu. Mine. Sinico,and Edith Plantaceuet, Muit. ETELKA GEKSTKB. OTANDARD THEATRE, BROADWAY AND SID ST. OWM. HENDERSON Prooriotor and Manager FOURTH WEEK OF THE SUCCESS OF THE SEASON. MRS ETTIB HENDERSON'S POWERFUL DRAMATIZATION, ALMOST A LIFE. EVERY EVENING, S O'CLOCK. MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, 1 JO. POPULAR PRICES. Seats secured ten days in advance. YCKUM THEATRE 14TH ST7 AND ?TH~AV. KATE CLAXTON Manu/ereaa EVERY EVENING AND SATURDAY MATINEE. CHARLES READE'S DOUBLE MARRIAGE Miss Alice Lin/ard. Mrs. K. L. Davenport, Miss Maggie Harold, Mesars Frederick Robinson, C. A. Stevenson and Miss Kate Claxton. Box office open at popular price. rpONY PASTOR'S. TONY PASfoR'S. GREAT SUCCESS OF THE NEW COMPANY. MATINEE <b <* GRAND TO- I MATINEE TO-DAY. T MATIN EM DAY. <i> 4 TO-DAY. JOHN AND MAUGIE FIELDING, NILE8 AND EVANS. TWIN SISTERS, MORRIS AND FIELDS, CHARLEY WORLEY, JOHNSON AND WEST. GUS <?> $ WILLIAMS, GUS I GUS WILLIAMS, I WILLIAMS, GUS 4> ????? WILLIAMS, ^ GUS WILLIAMS, f O W ouderful A IlENRY CARNEY, I Chang* TUKNRY CARNEY, ?t Artist. 4> - W B KITTY O'NEIL TONY PASTOR appears at every entertalnmout. UKAtil) MATINEE TO-DAY AT 2 O'CLOCK. OOTU'8 THEATRE. POPULAR PRICKS. Mr. W. K. DEUTSl'H Manage* SUCCESS OK POPULAR PRICES. SUCCESS OP MARIE GORDON. SUCCESS OP THAT i^ASS O' LOWRIE'S NO RESERVED SEAT MORE THAN 75 CENTS. SECOND WEEK SECOND WEEK of the realistic itad imposing play. . THAT LASS O LOWRIB'S, with iu Groat Mine Scone, Thu Explosion end Reacne, The Cross Boadn GREAT CAST. J. B. BOOTH, WM. DAV1DGK. HENRY DALTON, GBRALDINB MAYS. Box office no* open. C~N ERMANIA THEATRE; ' " I"AD. NEUKNDORKP Dirsctel EVERY NIGHT. "DOCTOR KLAUS," Comedy, in Are eels, by L'Arrongu. Box oBicv upon from S to 4 o'clock daily. QTt AND PROM EN A DE~ CONCERT " In ST. PATRICK'S NEW CATHEDRAL IN AID OP THE BUILDING PUND, V flURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 5, 1878, AT EIGHT-O'CLOCK. The Instrnmentel music will be furnished by OILMORE'8 CELEURATED BAND OP FIFTY PERPORMERR nesisted by the greatest living cornet pleysr, Mr. J. LEVY. The programme will Include the choicest music of the day, and as the whole performance will be under tba direc tion of Mr. 1*. S. OILMORE the public tua* rely upon n de lightful entertnininvut. As the tables and other obstruction, will be removed the public will liavo an opportunity ot seeing for the first time tbis magaiticeut buildinit in nil its grandeur and beauty. A THOUSAND CIIAIKS, without extra charge, will he arranged In convenient places for those desirlug to he seated. TICKETS ONE DOLLAR The ladies' tickots of the Inst issue, ns a compliment lot their labors, will be good for this concert. TTNION LEAGUE THEATRE.?AT II O'CLOCK t MORNING RECITALS PROM MEMORY OP SllAkKSPKAHK'S PLAYS. BY 1'rofoasur LOCKE RICHARDSON, of Syracuse University. Dec. 7?Merchant of Vouico. Dec. 11?Macbeth. Due. 14?As You Like It. Dec. is?Ronton end Juliet. Doc. 21?King Lear. Dec. 2S?Merry Wlvee of Windsor. The six ltocltsls are designed especially for the stndente. ami admirers of Shakespeare among tlio ladies of Nuir York. Tickets for the course, with reserved >m, #11 each, el I'dinl's, 2i Union square. Positively no free tickets will lie issues! for theeo Recitals, except to the press. N. H.?While giving these Rucitala Profmsor Richardson will haw e low OHM nights available for places near Nev? York. AMERICAN UTKRART BURKaI . Manager. rpoNY PASTORS TONY PAST'R'i J.TIIK NEW COMPANY. A ORE AT PROGRAM 4R. HOUSES CROWDED KVKRYBOD1 DELIGHTED. MATINEE TO-DAY AT 2 O'CLOCK. Loan exhibition art lecturer." AT ASSOCIATION HALL TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, s 1> M. MR. CHARLES C. PERKINS. AMERICAN ART IN THE PCTURB. Tickots, U> cetits. JRVINO" HALL * BAL. MASQUE ' AND FANCY 11 It ESS DK L'llAKMoNIK COTERIE. . THURSDAY, DECEMBER b. 1S7& TtPk'KTS ? PUK SALE AT ALL 'HOTELS AND THE JilUHI Or THE BALL rNY PABTOK'S. ~ " TtlNY PASTOR'* OU8 WILLIAMS. THE GREAT CARNEY. TONY PASTOR AND Si PEKH NEW TROUPE. f matinee Tt> day AT 2 O'CLOCK. CRKMORNE GARDEN THEATRE. J. SIIYDKR lrnwaee and Manage* The most Gorgeous Amusement Temple In thu World VARIETY PERFORMANCE AND ELITE SOCIABLES. MATURE THURSDAY, 2 M P. M. ADMISSION iiOC. BROAD STREET THEATRE. PHILADELPHIA. * Every Evening. Wednesday and Saiurdat Mailneon. MU. II MACAl LAY AS UNCLE IMS li. In A MESSENGER PltoM JARVIS SECTION. Kurtz gallery grand hazajUL Uronses. Antiques nnd Pottery, epeclnlly Imported trum Europe, Asia and Africa, tube sold very low for the benefit of the Naples Evangelical Schools. Rarest collection evor exhibited liere ot Art Pottery, Roman Antiquities lately excavated, and brotiae reproductions of Ptmipoilait Art, Rare chance to obtain real coins uf art. Admission, 23 coins Open November III to December d, from 2 to ill P. M. H ETHERNET. ? ? ? 1IAYMAKKKT" tifll AV AND 8OTII ST GRAND PROMENADE CONCERT AND "HOI REE DAXSANTE" EVERY NIGHT, ? ? ? EVERT MOOT, COMMENCING AT U O'CLOCK. ADMISSION 20C. ? ? ? ? ADMISSION 2bO, II'INDSOR THEATRE, 4a AND 47 BOWERY. * ?T I'ritimph of the season Nichtly resort of thousands Everybody delighted with our princely programme. Luke Schoolcraft and Udorge II Cms, tioss and Peffi Conrny and Daly, Imwton SlatMs, J M Turner, the Parkers. Professor Sawyer, Levantine and Karl, Emms Hreiinnn, Cotirtlaud Sisters, Linie Richmond and Payette Welsh. MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.