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WHOLE NO. 15,444. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1878.-TRIPLE SHEET. PRICE THREE CENTS DIRECTORY' FOR ADVERTISERS. AMUSEMENTS?1*T Pack-3th ?n<l6th cola ASTROLOGY?!?D Paok?4th col. MILLIARDS?12th Pack?Hth col. BOARDF.RS WANTED?2n Pa?'?2d, 3d and ?h oola HOARD AND LODGING WANTED?2t> Paob?4th ooL BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE?2d Pack?1* col. BU8INES8 OPPORTUNITIES?Oro Paob. BUSINESS NOTICES?7tii Pagk-SHi col. CITY REAL ESTATE FOR SALE?2d Pao?-1s? art. CLERKS AND SALESMEN?12tu Pack-SUi eol. CLOTHING? Mirn Paok??tl. col. COACnMEN AND GARDENERS?12th PAOa-Sth ud 6th col. COAL AND WOOD?12rn PAGB-6th col. COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS?2d PA<i?-5th aad6fh eola COPARTNERSHIPS?Btii Pace. 8ANCING ACADEMIES? 1st Pach?4th coL ENTISTRY?12th rA0K-6th coL DRY GOODS?1st Pack?4th eol. DWELLING HOUSES TO LET. FURNISHED AND UN FURNISHED?2d Pagk-1?I col. EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS?2d PAon-hth ooL EUROPE?7nt Pack?6th col. tXCURSIONS?2d Pagb?6th cot INANCIAL?Orn Pack. OR SALE?2d Paok??th col. _ FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?2a Paok?lot and 2d cols. FURNITURE?2n Pac.k?* th eol. PRENCU ADVERTISEMENTS?12th PAoa-Sth eoL HELP WANTED?FEMALES?12th Paok?3th eol. HELP WANTED?MALES?12th Pack?6th col. HORSES, CARRIAGES, AC.?1st Paok?3d and 4th cola HOTELS?2n Paok?4th col. HOUSES. ROOMS PLACES OP BUSINESS, AO., WANTED?2d Paok?2d col. INSTRUCTION?1 AT Paok?4th col. LOST AND POUND?1 AT Pack?1st eol. Machinery?2n paok-4Hi roi. marble mantels?iim Pack?4th coL MEDICAL?2d Paok?4tl> col. MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING?Ikt PAM-dth ML MUSICAL? 1st Pack?4th col. NEW PUBLICATIONS?7th PAO?-eth col. PERSONAL?Imt Paok?1 at col. PIANOFORTES. ORGANS. AC.?tint Pack?4th eoL POST OFFICE NOTICE?lAT Paok-4th coL PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES? 12th Paob?4th and 3th col*. PROPERTY OUT OK THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO RENT?2n Pack?1?t col. REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE?'2d Pack?lit ool. REAL ESTATE WANTED?2n PAOK-1?tcoL gfeLIOIOUS NOTICES-Mrr Paok-1 ?t coL ESTAURANTS? 12th I?A0K-6th col. REWARDS?In Paob? 1st cot SALES AT AUCTION?11th PA0?-3td and 4th cola SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALKS-IIth PAOK-Sth and 6th eol*.. and 12th Pack?1st, 2d. 3d and 4tli cola SITUATIONS WANTED?MALES?12TH Paok?'?Ot coL SPECIAL NOTICES?1st Pack?1st, 2d and 3d cols. SPORTING?DOGS. BIRDS, AC?Lst Paok?3d coL THE TRADES?12th Paok?Oth coL THE TURF?1st Pack?'Id col. fo LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES?2d Pack?1st coL KAVELLKRS' GUIDE?2d P*OK-?nh col. UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? 2n Paok.?2d col. WANTED TO PURCHASE?1st Paok?6th col. WATCHES. JEWELRY. AC?12m Paob?Oth eoL YACHTS. STEAMBOATS, AC?IOth Paok?6th eoL PERSONAL. "TlTfRED JOSEPHS. Tun man"B?acturer. late J\.of Mercor St.. New York?Mntnal advantage* will bo de rived from the knowledge of your whereabout* if out of the country or docoAHod. Relative* will please address T., box 121 Herald Uptown Branch office. A B. DOES NOT WANT. ~ ?S^E ME TO-NIGHT, 1,213. NELLIE. ltANCH?TO-DAY AT 2 P. M. BRANCH. B B TALKS' BENEFIT; "GOOD NIGHT;" LETTER RE JUccived, but not promised addresa Come to Wallack's Thursday matinoo. For adoption?a male child, seven wEeks old, blue eye* and blonde hair. Call at 20t Eaat 3th *t. AM STOPPING AT "R. H.'S" HOUSE.-COMB there. BOAT AHOY. WALLAU WILL PLEASE CALL ON THE BROKER ?of whom be pnrchueed a government bond on Monday. Louise?your note received, meet me cob ncr 11 tli st. and Irvlngplece Thursday at 0 o'clock. It not convenient write. S. B., box 110 Herald. Yf RS.HARRIET DAGLE?PLEASE BEND ADDRE88 lVlto O. H., Herald office. m ii.. Late op albany, n. y.-oommukl ?rate with J. H. F. Immediately. Tour brother is dead. The minister can find miss brooks, for. innrlv of 32d St., by address!ox J. B., box 161 Herald Up town office. WILLIS LAWRENCK?<X) TO GENERAL POST office for answer to Friday's card; answor directly. a.YlfILL THE QENTLKM AN WHO KINDlFA88I8TED It me to extricoto mvself from a coal hole, opposite tbe Mercantile Library, Sttt st., on Friday, between tt and 7 F. M . send bis address to PRO BONO PUBLICO, 40 Clinton place? RFT.IOIOITS MOTIC KB. "fhomaScin-Ren?Two sitting's YtffTKgSt. OAddress 8. S.. box (>7'2 Poet office. New York. " l1/0 HT AYD FOUU. ~ FTadY'S GOLD WaTcB" (GENWjC OPKN FACeP J\ Lost on 211th ult. in coming from Newark by Morris nod Essex Railroad. Return to 174 Macdougul St. OST^NOTK'E~r8~HEREBY OfVBN THAT CERTIFI 2cnte No. .1,176, dated December 30, 164f?, for tea Share* Capital stock Rank of Commerce, in New York, In name of ftophia A. Breintnall, bas been lost or destroyed, and that application has been made to said hank to Issne a new cer tiorate In lieu thereof. All persons are, therefore, ealled apon to show canse why such aew certificate ahall net be Issued. riST?ON BROADWAY, BETWEEN 30TH AND 81 ST sts., on Tuesday, ahoat 1 P. M., a black leather Purse containing three railroad tickets, two baggage efaecka, con ?idernhle money and memoranda. Return to 4ft Weat Slat ?t. and rocelvo liberal I I OST?DECEMBER 8, A BLACK SLEEVE BUTTON. Jwllli Jockey on a horse la small 'di Miranda. A reward rill be paid if returned to 48 1th av. COST ON TRAIN FROM PITTHBURO SATURDAY, blue and black plaid ShawL Address CARROLL, lier ?ld office. I' (1ST?BANK BOOK dll.nKL BLEECKER STREET Jllatik; return it to RUSSELL, SO Nassau St.,I all expenses paid. I OST-ON TUESDAY ATFERNOON, A SMALL RED Jjgold Ladles' Wateh; double ease, stem winder; mono. Cam M S. on one side. Marie on the other. The finder will liberal It rewarded on returning It to office of Belvidere Hotel, Irving place. LOST?ON MONDAY EVENING, A HOLD BAND Bracelet, bnckle finish. A liberal reward on return to 1.13 Westminster Hotel, 16th st POCKKTBOOK LOST? RY A POOR OIRL, IN EAST side elevated cars Return and obtain reward te T. L. PBITNKR. Ml Wall st. REWARD?LOST. A ORAY PDO DOG; FROM 80V! 1th av.: on Tnesdsy evening. REWARDR. <fc a RKWARfw!Lost laSt sundaYTa'SifUlcTffu. O* 'going from Canal to MM st. Retnrn to 65 West 41)th st. *ML (fcOA WILL BE PAID FOR THE RETURN OF THE 'Bundle taken from wagon, rorner Canal st. and Broadway, Friday afternoon: positively no questions. Ad dress .1. OSBORN MORGAN, stables. Division place. New ark. K. J. AOC REWARD; NO OCKffTIONS ASKED.?LOST, ON 5?'Monday evening. In a Third avnnue ear, near 18th St.. a roll of f?*>. in greenbacks Kinder will pleaso retnrn to WM. O BROWN. IV.il West Mttel BPKC1AL. AiOTICKS. A. FOR EDUCATION AND CHARITT. BY AUTHORITY OF THE 8TATK GENERAL G. T. BEAUREGARD, OF LOUISIANA, GENERAL JCDAL aFeARLY, OF VIRGINIA, WILL PERSONALLY ARRANGE ALL DETAILS -AND SUPERVISE THE EXTRAORDINARY GRAND SEMI ANNUAL DRAWING OF TIIE LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANT. ATNKW ORLEANS, TUB8DAT, DECEMBER la OF ONI? OF THESE GRAND DIS fRIBUTIONS GENERAL EARLY WRITES TO THE MEW YORK TRIBUNE aFfoLLOWS: "WE TOOK sunn PRECAUTIONS as TO KNOW WAT ALL TIIE NUMBERS, FROM 1 TO 100.000, INCLUSIVE, REPRESENTING THE TICKETS IN THE SCHEME. SOLD AND UNSOLD, WKRK PLACED IN PHE WHEEL FROM wTucil TIIE DRAWINO WAS MADE WITH AS MUClFcERTAIXTY AS A EANK OFFICER WHO IIAR COUNTED TIIE PACKAGES OF MONET, HEALED TIIEM iTpT PLACED THEM IN TOE VAULT AND THEM LOCKED THE VAULT AND PUT THE KET IN HIS POOKKT, KNOWS THAT THE MONEY IS THERE. THERE WAS NO POS8IBILTY OF ANY MISTAKE ON OUR PART OR DECEPTION ON US ON THE PART oFOTHERS." 11JT0 PEIS8S, AMOUNTING TO ffiVM.ftOO, INCLUD ING ONE CAPITAL PRIzFof $100,000, ONE GRAND PRIZE OF SfiO,O00, ONeFFaND PRIZE OF 930,000, SC. TICKETS, TEN DOLLARS (?I(1>; HALVES, FIVE DOLLARS (91); FIFTHS, TWO DOLLARS (93); TENTHS, ONE DOLLAR fllF" WHITE FOR OIRCVLAH* ol SEND ORDERS TO M. A. DAUPHIN. POST OFFICE BOX 6M2 NEW OB LEANS, LA.; OR TO 11. L. PLUM. 310 BROADWAY, NEW YOHK. * Vrrrntion i-rfiiRff-YrIrr. Prussian and American practice; specialties. diseases of men and loss ef manhood; consultation free. Dr. JACOBV 161 Blcecker St. ' * All diseases or men, whatever tiie muse. r,;, ..ut or long ???"dln,t. speedily and permn esntly cured by Drs. D\hH A <1 111.N OLE, 47 West 13th Ik, near Hth av. A" DflCE FREE -MRS. BRIGHT; MIDWIff ;~aI.L complaintssafely and skilfully (ranted. 10 Wee* 13th It, between 1th and 0th eve. SPECIAL NOTICES. 'X^A?^SaB'-fBtkTNTERNATIOAi;tfAIlC?'?TllR J\ >ml Oleomargarine. Oleomargarine, which ha* become one of the moat important Industrie* of the United State*, having been refused admission to tha International Dairy Fair in this eity by tha Executive Committee, in rnnne guenee of the fear* entertained by tha eommiaainn dealer* ill the old dairy Interact that it will interfere with their commissions, the following correspondence ia anbmitted to the public:? T. Xottint 8utir, Eiq., Oeneral Snperintendent Inter national Dairy Fair:? Dnan Sir?Thia company propose# to make exhibit at the coming fair of its Oleomargarine Butter, and we will ho obliged if you will send us the blank applications, rules, Ac. Respectfully yonrs. THE COMMERCIAL MANUFACTURING COMPANY. A. 8. Patmuoh, Secretary. A. 8. Pxttxxsox, Esq., Secretary Commercial Manufactur ing Company:? Diuu Sin?Your communication making application toex hlhit Oleomargarine Butter at the International Dairy Fair has received the attention of onr committee, and is respect fully declined, for the reaaon that it Is not deemed a dairy product. Very respectfully. T. MORTIMER SHAVER, Secretary. Nevertheless, Oleomargarine Butter has been placed on exhibition in toe fair, surrounded by the choicest exhibits of dairy bntter of this nation and that of others. It "not being a dairy product," by the decision of said committee, it will be an easy matter, of conrse, to detect and single out the same Therefore, with a view to aid tha fnnd for the prosecution of dealers in nnbranded Oleomargarine, we offer $50 if a majority of the Judge* of tho fair will select and specify the Oleomargarine exhibits which are now on exhibition and were manufactured by the Cointnorcial Man ufacturing Company. THE COMMERCIAL MANUFACTURING COMPANY, No. 643 West 48th St., New York, A.~A_ ROVAL HAVANA LOTTERY, draws December B. Only 27,000 tickets issued. 1st prise ...fooo.nno 2d prise SO,000 3d prise 2ty??) 1<> prises, $5,000 each 50,000 821 prises, amounting to 810,000 Louisiana State Extraordinary, December 10. Ticket*, $10; halves, $5; fifths, $2; tenths. $1. Prises cashed. Full teforuinlinn of above sent free. .1. DUFF A CO., Rankers, 42 Nassau st., corner Liberty, New York. " A D?"RYE AND ROCK" (TRADE MARK RE A. CORDED) 18 BOLD BY LEADING DRUGGISTS AT $1 PER BOTTLE, AND AT MY DEPOT. h? Oil AM BERS ST.. SOUTH SIDE. ASK FOR VAN BEIL'8 "BYE AND ROCK." ALL OTHERS ARK IMITATIONS. Advice >Rke.?dr! whitehead, professor of Midwifery. Safe and satisfactory treatment guaranteed. 215 East 45th St., near 3d av. LL SPECIAL COMPLAINTS CERTAIN, SAFE AND permanently cured to, either sex. Dr. COX, 202 East lBtli st. ?ELECTRIC BELTS; A CERTAIN, SAPE AND ?effectual cure for nil norvou* and chronic diseases. These appliances are applicable to either sex and afford in stant rollef in cases of rheumatism, dyspepsia, general de bility, Ac. Pulverinachor'a are the unly genuine. Depot, 212 Broadway. Anna e. park, medical"electrician, 517 west 23d.?Rheumatism, sciatica, paralysis, neuralgia spe cialties. Office treatment, $1; visits, $1; consultation free. ?SKILFUL"TREATMENT FOR A LI. COMPLAINTS ?board and nursing. Dr. and Hut. SELDKN, 229 1Lex ington av. MARVEL,TRULY IS MRS. M. O. B~R0WN'S SCALP Renovator, which tones the entire system, gives a new scalp and splendid growth of strong, silken hair. Sold hy druggists, and at the university, 51 Bond st. Attention, patients,?dr. pbotin, from Paris, 34 Bond st.?All dtsoasos, skin disorders, nervous de bility speedily, radically cured. BROIJG HTON'8 INVIGORATING SYRUP CURES stomach, liver, kidney diseases, weakness, Ae.; also re stores manhood; 25c. Advice free. Office 06 West 4th St. CATARRH I Deafness! Ear Discharges! and Throat AfTectlona.?Inveterate eases solicited; per manent euros effected ; no charge for examination or con sultation; responsible city and country references; feoa moderate. Dr. CAMPBELL, 176 Lexington av., near 31at st. Hours, 8 to 1 and 5 to A Snndays, 10 to 12 M. A CHARI.RS H. FOSTER, SPIRITUAL SEANCES, 1,257 Broadway, second floor. TYORCES OBTAINED PROMPTLY WITHOUT PtlB llclty; scandal avoided; consult him confidentially. ISAAC O. BOYCE, experienced lawyer In all courts, 241 Broadway. IVORCER SPEEDILY OBTAINED?TERMS 8UPP.R latfvuly reasonable; CONSULTATIONS free. FRED ERICK L KINO, Lawyer, 0 Saint Mark's place, adjoining Cooper Institute. DrTrIOORD'S ESSENCftOF LIFE RESTORES MAN hood to the debilitated in (our weeks; failure Impossi ble; per case. Dniggisti supplied. Sole agent. Dr. J. JACQUES, 7 University place. New York. INNER PILLS-TO PREVENT ACIDITY AND AID digestion; a certain cure for dyspepsia. These cele brated pills, naod by Dr. Unham during .a long and suc csHsful medical career, are for sale at Nh. 36 East 4th ? t. Price 50 cents per box. Sent by mail post paid. R. UPHAM'S SPECIFIC MEDICAL-" REMEDIES Dwlll cure the most ohstinate eases of dyspepsia. Piles, consumption, rheumatism. Ac., Ac. These invaluable faifl ll.r medicines are now prepared and for sale at No. 39 East 4th at. Call or send for paraphivt. IN ?OmCIAL KENTUCKY STATE DRA WI NOR! SI.kkwtpoxt?xxtua claw no. 875? nrrrsnnK 3, 1878. 71, 20, A3, 64, 33, 10, 18, 8, 78, 15. 68, 28, 10, 3. KKNTOCKT?CLASS NO. 674? pre***** 3, 1878. 11, 13, 28, 3, 33, 9, 71. 30. 23. 67. 25, 61, & SIMMONS A DICKINSON, Managers. ononctA statu?nxtka class no. 683? pxcxuukb 3, 1878. 42, 53. 04, 62. Ml, 14, 46, 10, 63. 2, 72 5, 60, 6. OnONGLA STATS?CLASS HO. 694?DXCBXglCU 3. 1878. 06. 8, 30, 44, 78, 13. 45, 0. AS, 54, 43, 32, 22. K. D. EDDY A CO.. Managers. Infonawtfam given regarding the above drawings. Apply to CLUTE A CO., Bankers, 260 Broadway, roar office. ?ROYAL HAVANA DRAWS DECEMBER ? Capital prise, 8200,000. 8*10,(110 t? be distributed. Ttelcata, $40, 820, $10. 85, 82, 81. CLUTK A CO , Bankers, 300 Broadway. E -EXTRAORDINARY DRAWING. Louisiana State distribution. December 10; Capital prise, flOGflOfX 11,2711 prises; distributing S522,S(?> Ticket*. 810, 85.R2. 81. Single number Kewtaeky draws December 24. Tickets. $1. CLUTE A CO.. Bankers, 200 Broadway. PINE SEAL SACQUB8 RKDYEO IN THE BEST MAN nor. darkest -shade and highest lustre; time 10 days; also barque* lengthened down with otter, heaver or seal. Apply at 88 Howard at.,or at factory,44 and 46 8ten hen at.. Brooklyn. E. C. BOUOHTON. 33 Howard si. J" UNIPXXTAB CIGARETTES?INSTANT RELIEF AND rapid caro of nasa) and throat catarrh; price, 25c. K?ROYAL" HAVANA- DRAWS DECEMBER 6. . capital prize, san.om, 8KCOND CAPITAIa, $50,060; THIRD CAPITAL, 825,00(1. T1CKET8, 840.r20.flO; Twentieths. 82; Fortieths. $1. EXTRAORDINARY DEC. 34. TICKETS, 8100 TO 85. JACKSON A CO., Hangers, Hp Nassau St.. near Fulton. J^OUUUANA GRAND DRAWING, DECEMBER 15 CAPITAL PRIZE, flOO.OOa SECOND CAPITAL. 850.000. THIRD CAPITAL, 820,000. TWO PRIZES OF S10.000. FOUR PRIZES OF 85.00a 30 PRIZES or 81.000. 11.379 PRIZES, AMOUNTING TO $1.22.500. WHOLE TICKETS, $10; HALF TICKETS, 85; FIFTHS, 82; TENTHS, $1. JACKSON A CO.. Bankers, 82 Nassau St., uesr Fulton. OUISIANA DRAWS DECEMBER lo ?WHOLE Ticket, $10; Capital, $1(*I.(??I; one $50,000; one f'JO.OiJO; two $10,000 Office hours from 3 A. M. until 7 P. M. B. NATHAN. 181 and 838 Broadway. M ETROPOLITAN 28 'ANN ST. EVERY VARIETY OF PRINTING. FROM A VISITING CARD TO A MAMMOTH COLORED POSTER. WORK SENT TO ANY PART OF THE COUNTBY, C. O. D. FIRST CLASS WORK AND LOW PRICES FOR CASH. METROPOLITAN JOB PRINTING OFFICE, 38 ANN 8T. "m: ptsettees ef men and the nervous system a specialty. Important cases niedlral or surgical; impairment of any organic function, hereditary or constitutional taint. HENRY A. DANIELS, M. P., 144 Lexington ar., near 29th at Hours. 8 to 3 and fl to 7. MAN'S MISSION ON EARTH?A THOROUGH MEDI cal treatise Indicating how confirmed disabilities may be removed. The experience of twentr year*' study, obser vation aud professional prsetlce, showing the agencies that will Insure metered manhood, strengthened vitality and sound ronditloa ef health, that have been Impaired hy overtaxed powers, A statement of obstacles to marriage and of the means hy wlncli they can l>e removed. By mail, 25c., currency or postage stamps. Address Secretary Ma seam Anatomy an d Science. 1,146 Broadway, New York. ARBLE MANTELS, GRAVESTONES. T1LINO; ROT torn prices. A. KLABER. 134 Kasl isth at., near 3d ar. M MISS HATTIK GIBBS GIVES MAGNETIC #REAT ment for rhoumatirai: bathe. Ifrl East 26th st., Ilrst floor. Are! door. Mjjun NEWELL AND MABEL EDMONDS. 21 .('.tlnton place ? Magnetic treatment rheumatism, ner vousness. eorpnleney; spiritual teanres dally. MIRH CARLKTiIN PERMANENTLY CUBES KIIKU mntlsm by an eutlrely new traalmont. No. 201 tit It ar., ueonnd flight, front. MMir"NEI>0N GIVEN MAGNETIC lltSATXBNT for Nenralgla, Nerrensnees and Rheumatism No. 343 6th sr., seronri Itnor. VuridTfR hereby given th at itftNitf ununr: jL v haum, en Oainber 16. 1878, executed a deed of trnst lo the undersigned fur the heitrlH of his creditors, which con tains a provision that ell creditors who shall sign a release of their claims within sixty dnys front the date ?f the deod are to receive a preference In the distribution of the assets, e ropr of which deed dnd release-may be seen at the office of iaidor Bayner, K?u , 51 l<exin(tnn at, Baltiraere, Md. 1,1,9 IS RONENBt ltd. Trustee. ISIDOK ItAYNKH. Attorney at Law. ;OTHkK To THE PUBLIC-NOT TO RECEIVE OR. ders from or deliver merrhandtte or pay money to any person on my account except on written order signed hy me. IllJIII.RT M PATRICK. Now You*. Nov. 30, 1878. OVAL HAVANA LOTTKRV?NEXT DRAWING DE camber 6; $u|(t.onii drawn; t.apitnl, $2OO,0<iO; prlaea cashed; orders filled ; informatien furnished gratis. TAYLOR * CO., Banker*, 11 Wallal ft SPECIAL NOTICES. PILES t^DR. CHANDLER'S PILON: SURE CURE for piles; gives instant rellof: is harmless; is never failing; all Broadway druggists; 50cents per package. E. CHANDLER, rreprister, R~ OVAL HAVANA DRAWSDKCEMBER 0. 1878. 48]0,(?ln (lietriliutotl. Capital prise, $2<<i.lk)0. THE EXTRAORDINARY for December 24 now ready. $1,550,000 distributed. Capital prise. $500,000. All prises caahed by us. Havana Bank Billi bought and aold. Drafts ou Havana Issued. C. VTADKRO A Co., Hankers, No. 1 New si., New York. ROYAL HAVANA LOTTKRY. Noxt Ordinary Drawing, December<V. Next Extraordinary Drawing, Docewber 24. For particulars address M. A. MARTINEZ A CO., Bankers. 10 Wall st.. basement. R~ HEVMATIRM P08ITTYKLY- CURED.?EUROPEAN RHEUMATIC SOCIETY has removed from '->"7 to 210 West 34th st. Only genuine office in America, and incorpo rated underact of February 17,1848. Consultation, terms and circulars free. R! OCK AND RYE. 48 per case. GEO. B. A F. M. ACKERMAN, 40 Dey St., New York. F ST. JOSEPH S FEMALE ORPHAN ASYLUM -NOTICE. The IH carat Gold Watch belonging to St. Joseph's Female Orphan Asyloiu^corner Wllloughby and Yates avs., Brook lyn, will be drawn for on the 2d of Janunrr. 18~D, at the asylum. At 5 P. M. All persons holding tickets are re quested to make their retarna before the 21 Hh of December, 187*. OifiT QOC ?"CHRISTMAS DRAWING."?KEfO ?PIJ I ?f/?j?l.ttieky State draws December 24. Capital prire. 415,000. $07,1125 distributed in 1.8fH prises. Whole tickets, only 41. Addross all orders to the "lucky" olllco, 1.227 Broadway. B. II. PORTF.lf A CO.. Northern Agents. SPORTING?DOGS, BIRDS, AC. TOTTHSI SAL& cft'feAp-iNGLISII "TPTfo'C 8kyr, J "Fox and Bull Terriers; Italian (ireyhound Dog, largo Bloodhounds and Newfoundland Bitch; also firo Dug Pups, same breed, oxtragond ones. WILLIAM T. ALLEN 5th av. and 88th st. FOR SALE?ONE OF THE SMALLEST AND FINEST marked Pug Dogs in the country; also a very line Iviug Charlea Spaniel, 3* pounds weight; Ferreta and Parrots. At 118 West Broadway. F. SKNN. jtOR SALK~cfiTKAP? BREECH-LOADINU S1IOTOCN, almost new. 142 Prince st. II. OTTKN. OKTTKHr DOOT TWO YEARS OLD, SON OF CELE Obrated imported Plnukett, perfectly broken, for sale at a sacrifice. Call or address B.,21 East 14th st., New York city. The only breeder and dealer of first premium Mount St. Bernard Dogs, English Pogs and Fox Terriors and all other choice breeds of Dogs: also four different strains of (ianio Fowl. Medicine for all dog.and fowl dleeases. p. P. FOSTER. :t West .Id at. ? TIIK TCRFr BROd8fEtN"T>RIVIXG PARKT^AUKVlLLkrtT"i.? Match race for 4100, play or pay. rain or ahino. Decem ber 5, 1878, at 2 o'clock P. M.; Power's b. g. Turk, H. W. Howe's blk m. Lady Fisher. Adtniesion, 50 cents. H. W. HOWE, Proprietor. ATTKRSALL'S TURK AND~ STOCK EXCiIlVNGEI 1,225 Bruadway.?Books on all turf events; parties can also speculate In stocks. 8eo ad vortlscmont tinder financial hending. MnlWlUGALL A CO. ~ HOKkks, CAKKlAfajhw, AC. ~ ATrABKEK a SON'S' cm' AUCTION MART AND N. Y. TATTERSALL'8, CORNER OF Broadway and Sftth st., CHARLES W. BARKER. AUCTIONLEU. REGULAR SALES every Weduesdny and Saturday. TWENTY-FOUR hours allowed for trial. CATALOGUE OF SALE THIS DAY AT fl O'CLOCK. PAIR OF elegant brown Coach Uorsoe, IB* high.7years old; have extra style, action and appearance; cost owner $1,400 In Kontucky. and are warranted eonnd and kind. AFTER above a GREAT SALE OF KENTUCKY HORSES, COMPRISING a car load OF THE FASTEST GREEN TROTTERS, THREE OK WHICH CAN BRAT 2:30. FINEST COMBINED SADDLE AND HARNESS HORSES, TWO OF THESE WITHOUT EQUALS. MATCHED TEAMS, COACH AND COUPE HORSES EVER BRED IN KENTUCKY. ALL WARRANTED sound and kiud AND ALL of tho most fashionable KENTUCKY TROTTING BLOOD. CATALOGUES, WITTI particulars, at sale. AFTER ABOVE will bo disposed of a beautiful and feet jet black Trotting Mare. 13* high, 7 years old; a wiry, ?amey driver; can trot in 2:40, and le warranted eonnd end FAST BAY Trotting Colt, 15*high, 5 years old; finely gaited end extra promising; can trot In 2:50; warranted sound and kind. ELEGANT DARK Bey Gelding. 15* high, fl yrare old; a stylish and agreeable driver; can trot in 2:45; warranted sound and kind. BEAUTIFUL SORREL Mare, 15* high, 0 years old; a stylish driver; eau trot lu 3 minates; warranted sound and kind. MAGNIFICENT GRAY Trotting Gelding, 15* high, 8 years old: extraordinary stylish driver; has trotted in 2:45 to the pole, faster single; warranted saund end kind. BEAUTIFUL SHETLAND Pony, 12 high, 4 years old; believed to be the finest pver seen in New York; thoroughly broken to harness and saddle; been used by a little girl, end warranted sound and kind. FAST BLACK Trotting Mare, 13* high, 7 years old; a very stylish driver; eon trot In 2:40; warranted sound and kind. ELEGANT AND speedy brown Trotting Gelding, 15* high, 7 years old; unsnrpsseed for gentleman's road use: can trot in 2:40, single or double; warranted eonnd aud kind BROWN CANADIAN Man. 1G* high,0 years old; fine, free driver; warranted eonnd and kind. HANDSOME BROWN Holding. 15* high, 5 years old; prompt driver; fearless of anything; been driven to dog cart; believed can.trot in 3 minutes; warranted sound and kind. A WAGON LOAD of second hand Blankets, Hoods, Horse Boots of every description. Lanterns, Yokes, Traces, Sitr cinglns, Mimics, Reins Aprons, Block Tin Screen. Ac., Ac. LOT OF Double and Single Harness Horse Clothing, Saddles, Whips, Halters; Bear, Wolf, Buffalo and Coon Robes. LARGE NUMBER of top side bar end end spring Road Wagons, top Pony Phaeton, Depot, Express and Bnainnss Wagons Coupes,Ac. MAGNIFICENT TOP Brewster pattern Pony Phaeton, bnilt to ordor by Geo. IL Cloee for a prominent army officer, at a cost of 4IHf); never run but four times. LARGE K U M II KR of other Horace fur nil purposes. FULLtDKSCRIPTIOK at sale. SALES N EVER postponed en account of weather. AT AUCTION, BY VAN CASRBLL A KEARNEY, AUCTIONEERS. AT THEIR IIORSE AND CARRIAGE AUCTION MART HO and 112 Kant 13th at..near 4th ar., ON FRIDAY. ?TH DECEMBER, at 10 o'clock. PAIR HORSES. ONE BLACK. ONE BAT. I6? hand, hltrh; ant Dnnbln Harness, two ant a Single Hantaan, top aide bar Road Wagon; top full aprtng Wagon, Polo and Shaft.; Portland Cutter, .trap Bella; drnaa and ataltln Blanket*. Kohaa, Sheet., Ac., belonging to the ESTATE of the late PATRICK BUTLER. By order of tire SURROGATE of NEW YORK COUNTY, ALGERNON S. SULLIVAN, Special Administrator. A. -THE RUBBER-CUSHIONED AXLE. The experience of more than three year., and the teat* dnrlng that time upon many THOUSANDS OK VEHICLES, of all ktnda and weight., Jnatlfy all the claims medo for thla groat improvement, and prere. that no carriage la roraplcta without it, rendering RUBBER-CUSHIONED AXLES absolutely indlapcneahle in the construction or any carriage or road wagon. HTONIBHING BAKOAINSI NO CASH OK KERB RE. fused!?Haml.ome Wood Hroa.' thjee-quarter Clarenro, Brewater Road Wagon, extension top fonr *ral Phaetona, top Wagon., Pony Bhaeton., aeveral aeta Ano Harnraa, handsomely niihol.vteroil two and four aeat Slelgha, briiull fill pair let black Bear Roliei: all nearly new. Inuuire boarder, property, Itoaamore Stable., 347 Weil 41.t at. A 4-TEN HORSES; SUIT ANY BUSINESS USE; RA Aetnjpl). RAPID TRANSIT ICE CO . 1?. Udh ar. PAIR OK ETHAN ALLEN BLACK MAKES," ? year., IS li.nda; warranted sound and kind; .old at any auciifire.a ICS West 3l?t at. A"" GREAT BARGAIN.?TWO SBa4 PARK PHAETON. extenalon top. Pole and Shafta,nlatfomi springs; light, altiglo anil donhle conpo Harness. .liver inoutitlnga. perfect order. Apply to COACHMAN, atahle 10ft Wcat 17th .1. A" GOOD noilSE. trtck AND HARNESS wanted. Owncri will apply at 230 Canal at. lfOR.SE AND WAGON KOR SALE. WM MOORE, 4Hth at., near 3d ar.. Brooklyn. A BREWSTER IMPROVED EXTENSION TOP SUR .i\.rry Wagon, aeat. tour; Brewster top Bnggr; Portland Cutter; two flee young Horses; Double and Single llar neaa; white Kox Rolie. 12 East IHth at. PORTLAND SLKIGII, WITH ROBE. |Bft; OPEN M agoh. $13; light Delivery Wagon, $23. 311 7th av. -HORSE BLANKETS, rUR ROBES, AC. The largest stock. Aoeet variety and (acknowledged ercn by dealers; the lowest prleoa In New York. John .moork, AT Wacran at A?FOR SALE? ItANDSOM~K BROWN PONY. THREE ? lloraea, very rhoap, or given for tbolr keep thio winter. 221 East Broadway. ?TOP DELIVERY, GROCERY AND EXPRESS .Wagons, cheap for cash; Top Phaeton. 13K SoaUi oth nr. A IIROWN CHUNKY HORSE. 13', HANDS.H YEARS"; pleasant driver; warranted ; price. F7.V B32 Hudson at., a nice. A?KOR SALE CHEAP ONE LIGHT TOP OROCKRT, ? Express or Delivery Wagon, one Milk, ono. Depot, or llgnt Huaineaa Wagon, two no top Huggiea. one IIami t art f..r delivering IJW Broadway, netween :lsth and 3t?th at*. ?FOR'SALE.?SIX HOUSES, SUIT ANY BUSINESS. ? Property of ljghtning Rod Company; half value; mu.t eell. 213 Vt eat 13th at., near 7tb ar. ON ACCOUNT OK MY HUSBAND'S DEATH?3 chunky built Horses; trial given. 14 Grand at BLACK TROTTING MA RE?BLACK HAWK STOCK"; A A. A BLACK TROTTING MARK-RLACK HAWK STOCK; M years old; warranted In entry particular; alto very line saddle aud harness Mare. Brewster .Ida bar ton Wagon, two Slelgha, pair very line ottnr Robes, one hear llobe. sin gle and Double Harness, Blankets, Ae.; to be euld at any alter! flea IM West list at. A" "?$133?TOP BREWSTER IMPROVED BUGGY. .with ftna Harness elegant Blankat. Lap Roha and Whip, eoet e4Sh In July ; handaome Kimball Cutter, $46. See coachman, 8 West lAth at,, near Mh ar. A HANDSOME FRESH DEVON COW * and Calf for sale; great milker; cheep No. 3 West 13th at. t -COUPE ROCKAWAYs 0 PASS. RRIll.tN FAMILY BOCKAWAYB. A large aaanrtment at reduced prices. A. H. FLANDBAU A CO., 372 ami 374 Broome at. =TrOfi>ALK AT A SACRIFICE, FIVE FAST ltd AIV ?ttera and Trotters. extension ton Phaeton, Pony Phae ton, aide liar top Wagon, elegant Portland Sleigh, Single and Donblo Harness. Itnhea, Blankets, Ac. Inquire at the private -table No ti Wast 84th at., uanr 6th ar. N. II.?The above stock is all In good condition and wa* btrllt to order for present owner. A BARGAIN - VERY OH HAP, ETHAN ALLEN MARK, J\I.it,, trot. 2:43, antinri, kind, 7 years; Morgan hay llorse, 13.3 lilgll, trots 2 .HI, sound, kind, B y ears old; Brew ster aide bar top Wagon, Wood Bros. Pony Phaeton. Una Klnihall Sleigh, Polar and black hear Roboa, Doable Har ness, Blankets, Ar., for qnarter value, on aceoxat af III health, an Wait 30th .4-, near Broadway, HORSK8, CARRIAGES, AC. Asmall saddle and driving iiorsk. pony PhiK-ton, HtniHi, for mle or trade. DIAMOND'S, 40 IVcot 2Wt)i at. VERY KINK LANDAI LET, MADE BY BRADLEY & Prny; gentleman going to Etiropo. 5 Went 13tli ?t. A SACRIFICE?20 BUSINESS AND DELIVERY Wairona, all aiiea. $tio to $110; now, aeeond hand Ellip tic and Platform Spring Wagnna. for cxprcaa. grocer, bntrhor, baker. milk, dry goods, depot; one light Single Truck, cheap ; Wagons exchanged. 226 Spring et. An elegant top side"bar road wagon. Portland Sleigh, Htriwu. Robee, Hlanketa, all nearly now: one-thitd rnlua. 221 Woat-40th at., near Broadway. A?COUPE FOR WOO. COST GREAT KE .Suction in prices of winter Carriages and Rloighe be fore the holidays. II AM. 656 Broadway. A?FOR SALE. THREE HOUSES, SUIT ANY BIT8I ?nana; three days'trial given ; el.eap. 30 Bleeckerat., near Bowery. ClASII OFFERS WANTED?HANDSOME SLEIGHS handsome black bear Itobes, extra coupe llarnoee, fine Single and Doublo road Harness. 156 East 36th at. Elegant brouoiiams. landaus. Alargellneof all kinds of light Vehicles. S. FLANDRAU A CO.,.872 and 374 f 13 H. LUDLOW A CO., AUCTIONEERS-POKK j.cloeure sale Thnredav. December 5. st 111 Broadway, at 12 o'clock. The well known and first class Boarding' Stnhles, known as the "While-Id Htnhlca,'' ID) and 112 Wost SOth at.; the Property. Fixtures, Fnrnltnre in office, and Good Will, with nearly SO boarding lloracs. It Is only 13D foot west of Sixth avenue olevarcd railroad depot, on Both st. Will be sold without reserve to the highest bidder, for all over and ahovo mortgage of $27,i)0D. Full description at time of sale. VANDEEPOOL, GREEN k COMINGS, Plaintiff's Attorneys. IjlLIiOANT CARRIAGES FOR SALE?ONE LANDAU. !ione Coupo. one Lnndnulet and nue Ctarnnce at M. HUR LEY'S, 1,563 Broadway, and 4?!th st. IjlOR BALE?A 0-YEAR-OLD CHESTNUT GELDING. 1 15'4 It.Tnda high; strong built and Htyliah; warranted sound, kind and trno hi harness or undor tho saddle; was drivnn by 11 lady dnring the sumuier; would be sold alone or with li Kockaway and llarnees. Hourly now. Can lie seen nt MEItKLEN'S stables, Central Park Riding School, north west corner 5Stii st. and 7 th av. IilOK SALE?POWERFUL UKAVY TRUCK HORSE SIX ' y ours; also team bay horses, good workers, wanted. 5112 Washington at. T7IOR SALE?A SPLENDID TEAM OF HORSES, IIAR r neas and u nearly new double Truck. Can be seen at 4H and oil Dunne st. LTOK SALE?ONE SET OF DOUBLE HARNESS. 17 Campbell's make; also one double Set of Importod Horse Clothing; will be sold nt a sacrifice. Apply to J. KINNIN, stable 242 Greene st.. Now York. FOR SALE?a FIRST CLASS GRAY HORSE, 7 YEARS old. fit for any business; platform spring top Wagon and Harness, almost now, nt 5 Oak st., near Pearl. IjlOR SALE?A CHILDREN'S PET PONY, 12 HANDS 1 high; also boys' Saddle and Bridle. 64 Vandam st . store. B?loTT 8 ALE?HAN DSO M K YOUNG HA MBLKTO NI AN Gelding; sound and perfectly gente; price, $250. Ad dress NOn RESIDENT, Herald Uptown office. IjlOR SALE-BROWN HORSE; GOOD TRAVELLER; ' 15*4 hands, 7 years; sound, kind. 3tl5 West 37th st. For sale or to i.et-a first class full size Stable, No. 114 West 50th st.; rent moderate; posses sion at once. Apply to B. W. WILLIAMS, West 47th st., one door from 5th av. Horse and buggy wanted in exchange for choice Liquors: horsos boarded at $6 a month; five miles from city. Box 90, Jersey City Post office. Harness.?the proprietor ok the cheapest 11 nrnoHs store iu New York has removed to 15S Cham bers St., where he is selling Buggy Harness for $7 50, Stable Blanket fl, buffalo Kobe $5. RICHARD FISHER, 158 Chambers st. JOINT ANNUAL EXHIBITION of Sleighs and Kobes. Messrs. BREWSTER k CO.. of Brooma st. Messrs. C. G. GUNTIIKR'S SONS.of 5th aw., will offer at the warernoms of the former. Broadway, 47th and 48lh sts., during the week, beginning December2, day and evening, Russian. Canadian and American Sleighs, together with a largo collection of clioica Robes, to which the customers of both houses and the public are Invited. r IVERY OR HOARDING STABLE WANTED FOR J Jpurt cash and part real estate. OWNER, box 139 Herald Uptown Branch. N J ?SECOND HAND CARRIAUES. I . Five light I>andaua, $41*1; two leather lop Landana, Kl and Eft"??; Wood Broa. T Cart and Stanhope Phaeton, 8Z2.*> and ftlAO; light extenaion top Phauton, good a* new, 82SO; top Pony Phaeton. fllO; rot under Rock away, f8ft. WILLIAM H. OKAY, 2G and 22 Wooetor at. m feROriRAl, OMB SLEIOH, ONE TOP WAOON and one Livery Coat, all nearly now; moil he eold to aettle up an oetato, at X. CURLfcY'S, No. 100 Eaat 13th at., near 4th av. CTABLK.?WILL RFNT PART~0T A LAROE~NEW Pprivate atabln or Board alx or eight horaea; location. Ac., all that can bo dealred. Inqniro at h tab la 423 Eaat 23d at. STABLE TO LETOR LEASE?FIVE STALLS;"OOo5 coaeh room and loft; 2(1 Eaat 13th at. laqniro at 106 lipet 13th at., near 4th nr. _ CORK'S PATENT ONE-HAND, TWO-HAND, .old and now atylo Horae Cllppora. The lateat and heat goods ever made by W. Clark, of London. Jnat imported hy C. M. MOSKMAN A BRO., 128 Chamber a at. TTITAKTED?YOUNG HORSE OR MERCHANDISE IN II exchange (or Marble Monument. Addreaa MONU MENT. I'oat office. Paaaair. N. i. Wanted"to bity?a good paying livery ob Boarding Stable. Addreaa SHARKEY, Herald Up town office. I) H AND COUPK~ a at in lined, bnilt hy John R. Lawrence, In flae order; price $323. WM. II. GRAY. 20 and 22 Wooater at. A-l OCT ?TOP BUGGY AND HARNESS. COST $470 IN Jp lot).September; alao top Pony Phaeton, fine Donbla Harness, Portland Sleigh, black beer Rebe; perfect order. 8table, 106 Weet 17th at. DRY GOODS. reiEEnrBsif: A SUPERB ASSORTMENT OF FRENCH TRIMMED BONNETS AND HATS, LATEST STYLES AND DESIGNS, FROM TnE LEADING PARISIAN MILLINERS, At GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. ROUND HATS AND BONNETS, OUR OWN MAKES, KXOFI8ITKLY TRIMMED, FROM $4 UPWARD. AT-80 NEW SnAFES AND SHADES UNTRIMMED FROM 73 CKNT8 CP. FRENCH FLOWERS. FEATHERS AND ORNAMENTS, UNEQUALLED IN EXTENT AND VARIETY. A. T. STEWART A CO., BROADWAY. 4TH AV., s>TH AND 10TH STS. MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING. ?MI8S"J. "St'tlTT." il% WKSf 221 > St.. HAS OP _/\..dn< ed her elygant Itonnota to half price; ladles' own material made lip; trimming. SI. Mourning department. CtAMII,LK DK. iTaCY WILL SELL THE BALANCE OF /her elegant alock of Bouneta at half price 8S2}g Broadway . near 19th et. MM.K. I TIIE MOST STYLISH AND KELI DE MO REST'S I able; always lira! premium; every lady I ia reoneated to aend (or Illuatrated PATTERN S. | Catalogue. free. 17 Eaat 14th at , N. Y. PwVv ofWRW KOTVCK ?OST OFFICE NofldKT _ The foreign maila fur the week ending Saturday, Decern lier 7. 1H7H, will close at thia officeon Wednesday. at 10::*) A. M. for Europe, hy steamship Abyaatnia. via Qnoeoatown (rorrea|>ondenee for France to be forwarded by thia ateamer ninat he specially addressed), and at II :.'*! A. M , for France direct, by atean-.ahip St. Laurent, rle Havre: on Thursday, at 10 A. M.. fur Europe, by atvaaiahlp City of New York, via Quecnatown (correspondence for Germany and France to be forwarded by thia ateamor must. he apeeially addreaaedl, and at 12 M., for Europe, hy rteamahtp Fiiala. via Ply mouth. Cherbourg and Hamburg; on Saturday, at 11 :.'*l A. M.. for Europe, try rtrainahip Oermanlr via Queeostnwn (correspondence for Germany and Scotland to he forwarded hy tlile ateamer mnat he apeeially addreaaedl, and at ll:Si> A M,, for Germany, Ar., hy ateainahip lihciti, via South ampton and Bretnon (correspondence for Great Britain and the Continent to he forwarded by thia ateamor mnat be apeeially addreaaedl, and at 12 M., for Scotland direct, by ateamahip Bolivia, via Glasgow. Tim ateatnahipe Ahvsainla, City of New Ynrk and Germanic dt> not take maila for Den mark. Sweden and Norway. The maila for the Weal Iodtea, Braxil and Argentine leave New York December ft. The maila for llayll and Jamaica leave New York December ft. The maila for Havana leave New York December ft. The maila for China and Japan leave San Franciaeo December 17. The ntaila for Auatralla. Ac., leave San Franciaeo De comlrcr 23. T. L. JAM KS, Poetmaator. Post Omen, Naw Yon*. Nov. 30. 1H7H. IfisiCiL. "A GKVtLKMAN7YEARS' EXPERIENCE PIANO, OR JYgan, harp, harmony, fs quarter; treat reference. Ad dreaa II AYDKN. bo* 1 J4 lleraid Uptown office. VtBW YORK CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC, i 11 KAST 1 tTII ST., 2d door eaat of Ml a*, .incorporated). fiARdNA a^AMMICb. i-lCAKTIEK s"l)ANCINtPAt ADEMIKit,A Dltlpl ?square (4th av. aidai; Brooklyn branch, 3t)l Fallen at.? Glide and anelety waltros specialties. Private leeoena any boor. m u GKKGuii'it academy-<)F~dancing, ri .Eaat I4tli at., near Mil a v.; private luetrnctlou daily for claaaca. Ac. See clrenlara. A LLEN DODWORTH'S SCHOOL for Dancing and Deportment, No. UMI frth avenue, now open. For term*. Ac., aend for circular. I -SAISF.S DANCING ACADEMIES. 114 EAST .A.13th, IJ.H7 Broadway. ROUND I Idly. PRIVATE LESSON'S all bonra. ROUND DANCES taught rap BALI.ETMASTER DUMAR'H DANCING academy, m Weet 4th at.?Walti and five daneea taught perfectly In el* private Invaona. FIERNANDO'S DANCING ACADEMY, ftATH ST., 3D av. (hank bnlldlngi.?New classes forming , for circulars addreaa 07ft Lexington av.; private leaaona any htmr; lady aaalatanta; lateat atyloa wallr.es. Rereptlona Thnraday. rpilKNOR S ACADEMY?BROADWAY AND 2.31) ST^ J. la open every day ami evening. Send for a circular. Parenta ami intoirding pnplla are wnlrome visitors I3STHI ( Tlt)ft. A""i TH()MVboVS~ COLLEGE,4TH' aV^CH>K~ keeping. Writing. Arithmetie; Telegraphy taught prac tically; lerma reduced thia week GOOD HANDWRITING IN TKN~ PRIVATE LES aona; Bookkeeping, Ac.; ladlea, 11 to4. Applv 23 Eaat 14lh at. OOl.lldMITH 1JXPERIKNCEI) TEACHER AS VISITING COVER I loess or private Instruction In German. French, Knglllh, M nale ; heat reference- Addreaa J. D . station If. I.tIIKNCII CtlNV kl:sATION AI, LESSONS HY TAR I ialan lady. rltplomeo; terma moderate Mile. VERKI?, 1.2H7 Broadway, room .3, flrat floor W ANTE DO EN TEEM AN TEACHER FOR BOV, IB, r I Engllah. Frenrh and IsMln, pupil a residence; aga not over 3D. Addreea HAN FORD. Herald Uptown offloe. AMlgEHENTR. jjNiON 8QCABE THEATRE. ~ Sole Lessee and Manager Mr. A. M. PALMER Begins at & Over at 1L ELECTRIC SUCCESS of Mr. Branson Jloward's Ova act new American play entitled THE BANKER'S DAUGHTER, which will be presented EVERY NIGHT till further notice and at the regular SATURDAY MATINEES at I :30 1?. M. w ALLACK'S. Proprietor and Manager Mr. LESTER WALLACE WEDNESDAY EVENING, December 4, 1878. will be prmonted, for the first time in thla city, a new com. edy-drama in five acta, adapted from the German by Dr. P A. Harris and Mr. Prod Williams, entitled MY SON, with __ NEW SCENERY. COSTUMES AND APPOINTMENTS, ami the following DISTRIBUTION OP CHAlt ACTER8 Herr Weigel, ahoe manufacturer Mr. JOHN OILBERT Leopold, hia only son Mr. W. R. FLOYD Ruclolph, Weigel'* foreman Mr. C1IAKUKS BARRON Meltlmeyer, pt'ofesaor of music... Mr. IIAHItV BECKETT Herr Wlllnar, tenant of Wolgcl.. .Mr. JOHN BROUGH AM Herr Twalhach, a merchant Mr. J. W. SHANNON Lander. a young buaaar Mr. K. M. HOLLAND Clara. Weignl's daughter Miss ROSE COtJHLAN Fran Willnar Mmo. PONISI Emmn Willnor Miss STELLA BONIPACK Mario Willnor Miss META BARTLETT Anna Wlllner Miaa PEARL EYTINtiK Minna, Weigel'a houaekooper Miaa EFFIK GERMUN TITALLACKS. EXTRA. ?> THE TESTIMONIAL MATINEE Tl) MR. JOHN GILBERT, tondered by many PROM I NEXT. CITI7. E N S OK NEW YORK AND B08T0N and MEMBERS OK THE DRAMATIC PROFESSION, in honor of the coin pint ion of hia FIFTIETH YEAR UPON THE STAGE, rill take place on RCEM THURSDAY. DECEMBER 5, 187s. Tha programme, aa already announced, will be repub lished ou Thursday morning. Doors open at 12l2. Performance begins at 1. General admission, $1. Reserved Seats, $2. ^JRAND OPpRA HOUSE. POOLE A DONNELLY Lessees and Managers Kescrvcd Seats (Oreheatra Circle and Balcony), ft"c. TO-DAY. TODAY. TO-DAY. Open at I'L Commence at 2 o'clock. OUR HOARDING HOUSE MATINEE. OUR BOARDING HOUSE MATINEE. OUR BOARDING HOUSE MATINEE. OUR BOARDING HOUSE MATINEE. AT 2 O'CLOCK we become acquainted with everybody and everybody with ns. AT 2>j O'CLOCK we flirt and scheme. AT :t O'CLOCK we light a duel. AT O'CLOCK we enjoy a pleasant time In the garden. AT 4 O'CLOCK wo come in for a gnme of whist. AT 4% O'CLOCK we wind np the comedy, and everybody retires happy. A CAST OK COMEDY STARS. NEW SCENERY. COSTUMES AND APPOINTMENTS, AND AUDIENCES SCREAMING WITI1 DELIGHT. F lUFTH AVENUE THEATRE. EDWIN BOOTH. POSITIVELY LAST TEN NIGHTS. & TO-NIGHT RICHARD III. TO MORROW .RICHARD III. FRIDAY FOOL'S REVENGE SATURDAY MATINEE IAOO D. H. UARKINS AS OTHELLO. SATURDAY NIGHT RICHARD III. <(>? <? December 10, JEFFERSON aa RIP VAN WINKLE. OUR BOARDING HOUSE, at GRAND OPERA HOUSE. Grocer's charging Comedy has never before been so well arted and so splendidly mounted. "LAUGHTER HOLDING BOtll HKI? SIDES." Park thiKtre. .comedy or errors. HENRY !i. ABBEY Lessee and Manager. HOUSES PACKED TO THE ROOF. The comedians, STUART ROBSON and WM. H. CRANE. Which "Two of a kind," Which (Which, in COMEDY OF ERRORS. la which, COMEDY OF ERRORS. Dromlo of Syracuse. ( <r_i? \ Mr. Stuart Robaen Drotnlo of Kphnsns. I Twio Brothor*' I Mr. Wni. H. Crene "A trusty villain, air, that very oft When I em dull with care and melancholy Lightens my humor with his merry jests. ' EVERY EVENING AT 0 SATURDAY MATINEE AT X MATINEE PRICES. MATINEE PRICES. Admission, fa) cenla. Reserved seats, hi) cents extra. N. B.?Every seat in this theatre ia an opera chair. Each floor is carpeted throughout. For the especial aceomroo datien of those natrons who do not wish to pay over SO rente opera chairs will he reserved in the lialrony at AO cents oach. which will be on sale at the box office six days In ad vance. Reserved opera chalra In balcony ...SOc. Reserved opera chairs in dress circle ?... .$1 nvaurvnti U|wm cimirn in uross Reserved opera chairs In orchestra $1 St) Quit hoarding house to-day at 2. Grover's delightful Comedy, OUIl BOARDING HOUSE. Presented with a cast FAR SUPERIOR TO ANY EVER BEFORE GIVEN TO IT. Received with prolonged peals of applanae by delighted audiences, at THE GRAND OPERA HOUSE. QRAND PROMENADE CONCERT Id ST. PATRICIC8"nKVT CATHEDRAL IN AID OK THE BUILDING FUND, THURSDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 3, 187ft AT EIOIIT O'CLOCK. The Instrumental music will he furnished Ity GILMORE'8 CELEBRATED BAND OK FIFTY PERFORMERS. ?Misted by the^reatest^ living cornet pleyer. The programme will include the rhoieeet music of the dev. and a* the whol* performance will bo nnder the direc tion of Mr. I*. S. (ill.MORE the public may rely epon a de liKhtfnl entertainment. A* the tablos and otbnr ohet motion* will be removed the public will hare an opportunity of seeing for the llrst time thi* magnificent building In all it* grandeur and beauty. A THOUSAND CIlAIRb, without extra charge, will be arranged in convenient place* for tboae deal ring to be seated. TICKETS ONE DOLLAR The ladle*' ticket* of the last issue, a* a compliment for their labor*, will be good for this concert. B OWERY THEATRE. FERDINAND W. IIOFELE Manager Mis* ROSE LISLE, supported by Mr*EDWARD AKNOTT, in the FOUNDLIXGK. a more exriting drama than the Two Orphan* MATINEE SATURDAY, AT 2 O'CLOCK. /T RUMANIA THEATRE. IJT.VD. NEUENDORFF Director KVKIIY NIGHT. "DOCTOR KLAUS," Comedy, in Are acta, by L'Arruuge. Box elttco open from S to 4 o'clock dally. i BERI.ES TIVO Ll"TH K AT RE. STH ST BETWEEN j\.2<t and ild are.?Our Grand Array of TalentSam and Carrie Swain, Jor Buckley, Kearney end Powers In imita tion of John and Harry Kernel! end Billy Barry, Jnle* Frlguet, Mand Nheppard. Andy Col lorn, Ida Morris, G. W. Woods and Johnny Mark, lweanion and Watson, Minnie Clyde, tlie Great Vienna Ballet Troupe, and Grlmeldi Zelt nar in his Cemlr Pantomime. Cupid * Darts. MATINEES THURSDAY and SATURDAY; alae Sunday, Midnight. t SYMPHONY SOCIETY. STEIN WAT MAUL Orchestra of Soventy of the beat Mnelcien*. Dr. k DAM Rose II Ce SECOND PUBLIC REHEARSAL, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, Decembers, SECOND SYMPHONY CONCERT. SATURDAY EVENING. December 7. Soloist: Mr. MAN PINNER. Admission to public rehearsal, 75e.; reaerred seat*. 23a. extra. To concert, f I; reserved ?eet?, fair, to 81 extra Upper gallery, .Vtr. Can now b* obtained at Sleinway Hall and usual places. Lyceum theatre, mth stand ?th av. KATE CLAXTON Manageress ALICE I.fNGARD ALICE LINGARD ALICE LINi.AKD a* JOSEPHINE, a* JOSEPHINE, aa JOSEPHINE, In Charles Reada S DOUBLE MAKIUAGE. THEATRICAL MANAGER~OF THE II1GIIEST~RK spertahillty, about forming a company to travel for three months, desire* to meet with ladle* and gentlemen who want practice and will co-operate by paying their betel and travelling expenses; references given and required. Address X. U, box JIU Herald oHlce. /I RAND OPERA HOUSE. f "The progress* of the play (OUR HOARDING HOUSE) was frequently Interrupted by bnrat* of boisterous laughter." SAYS THE HERALD OF YESTERDAY. CULT AM DIVAN. 841 BOWERY.?FIFTY PRETTY Owaltar girl* every evening. Mnsie of the heat. J TOR SALE?AN EDISON PHONOGRAPH, LA0T IN strument. perfect In every particular. Addreea A. B. 15., box 130 Herald Uptown utile*. IU). GRAND OPERA HOUSE, Dee. 8, 1878. Maseru. POOLE A DONNELLY FEEL OBLIGED TO APOLOGIZE to the nubile for the frequent Interruption* to the performance of Grocer's comedy OUR BOARDING llol'Sh. caused by the outbursts of laughter and applause on the pert of the eadleuce, but trust Want IE* dStrrmely funny situations <>f the pleee and the eaeellenee N the art lets engaged in ita repreeentatHM will ben RatiUg exouaa. P. ft?It might be Just aa well te asentien the* Matinees of OUR BOARDING HOUSE occur on Wedneadny and Saturday of this and next weed. BEETHOVEN'S SONATAS?RUBINSTEIN'S Compo sition*?All the lateat select English Ballads?Most pop. ular Piano PIMMn?WMtsea, Marches, Galops. Ac., in elegant styles, for Ilk), and ilOr.. can be found In HOOSEY'H C ATALOGUE at Saaltlelri's uin*ir store, SB Union square, and Wminer A Roger*' News Company, 31 Bsekmsu St., New York. Catelegues free. Buckingham kalack, ?J7TII ST., WEST OF OTII AY. The American Mabllle; elite Sociables nightly; the hnn ten resort of tho world. WEDNESDAY EVENING, shadow dancing. THURSDAY, grand gala night. T-TGYPT IAN~ Yl A LIH4TH 8T~ AND SO AY. UJ HOME OK SENSATIONS. Grand 13 New Splej Sen sat inns, A I Mile. DeCeur'a Matinee. THE GREAT PARISIAN I Kamons Idvtng Tuesday, SAC NAC DANCERS ART STUDIO Thursday j LA MINI ET IIP. TOUR. i EACH and Satur GILT EDGED PLEASURES 1 PERFORM dn| M ft I FEMALE MINSTRELSY, i ANCE. AMl'SEMKST*. B RO A IlWA y KSU vft'n iff. Twelve magnificently trained Kentucky Thoroughbred Ilor???. introduced bv Mona. OSCAR Cept. A. II. BOGAKDUri shooting ul glaa* belle ill dif ferent Htylcv Mi?? JOSEPHINE, the lady wilb the Iron jew. *h Performance* delly el 2 :S0 end M o'clock I*. M. Admitainn, 50 coma Reserved aenta. In rente extra. Shortly to be produced in laagiilH'-eat etyle. CINDERELLA. THEATRE OOMIQUK. " 514 BR0ADWa? UAKR1GAN A HART Proprietora ANOTHER SUCCESS. II AKItIO AN ami II ART In Edward Harris in'* new, original Irleh Play, I.oRGMKK i Detect I vol. TIH'RSDAY AITi:RNOON. December 5. BENEFIT of the NEW ST. PATRICK'S CATTTKnitAIa NEXT: O'BRIEN. COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Matinee Wednesday and Saturday Broadway theatre."- corner anrn st." KDtiAR A PULTON Leasee* and Managers .matinee today. fifth week: MATINEE TODAY. LAST WEEK MATINEE TODAY. THF. KNIGHTS MATINEE TO DAY. OTTO MATINEE TODAY. EVERY EVENING MATINEE TODAY. THIS WEEK. MATINEE TODAY. WEDNESDAY MATINEE TO DAY. SATURDAY MATINEE TODAY. MATINEES MATINEE TODAY. POPULAR PRICES MATINEE TODAY- MONDAY, HTH. MATINEE TODAY. MR. B MACAU LEV? MATINEE TO-DAY. UNCLE DAN'L (JT. JAMES' THEATRE. ZlffST.. NEAR tlTH AY. O .BOUFFE8 PARIHIENNES. TO NIGHT, GIIIOFLK UIKOFLA. UIROFLE GIROKLA THE GREAT PRIMA DONNA. ZELIE WEIL. DECIDED SUCCESS. ZELIE WEIL ZELIE WEIL ZELIE WEIL ZELIE WEIL in OIROFLK GIROFLA GIKOFLK GIROFLA. ZELIE WEIL giroVle ZELIE WEIL GIROFLA. FULL CHORUS ZELIE WEIL. Academy of music. i puritani Twenty-second night "I the subscription. THIS (WEDNESDAY) EVENING, December4, at 8, I PURITANI. Artnrn. Sigiior Campanlnl; JUccerdo, Signnr Galensli Giorgio, Signer Full; Elvira, Mine. ETELKA GKRSTEIL Diructer nf the muaic aud conductor, Sinner AKD1TI. Friday evening, December ll. II Harhlere dl Smglia. II Cnnte Almaviva. Signer Frapolll; Dr. Itartolo, Signor Thierry; Figaro, Sinner Del Pucute; Den Baailio, Signor Full; Burtu. Mine J.ablache, and Keaina, Mile. MINNIE HAl'K. GRAND MATINEE. Saturday, December 7. at 2, LUCIA. Munday, December I', preductlen ut Balfu'a opera, IL TALISMANO. Sir Kenneth, Signer Canipaninl; lllrliard Crear de Llnn, Sinner Gnlassi; Nectahenua, Signer Del Pnenfe; Oneen Herunnaria, Mme. Sinice, and Edllh Plantagouet, Mme. ETKLKA GERSTER. STANDARD THEATRE.?ALMOST A LIFE. O GRAND MATINEE TO DAY AT I :IKX S"Standard theatre, broadway and ssd S* 5w.M. HENDERSON Proprietor and Manager FOURTH IVEEK OF THE SUCCESS OF THE SEASON, MRS ETTIB HENDERSON'S POWERFUL DRAMATIZATION. ALMOST A LIFE. EVERY EVENING, 8 O'CLOCK. MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, 1 -no. POPULAR PRICES. Scats secured ten dnya in advance. YOEU.M THEATRE I4TH ST. AND" STB AT. KATE ULAXTON Manageress EVERY EVENING AND SATURDAY MATINEE. CHARLES KEADE'S DOUBLE MARRIAGE Miss Alice Linnard, Mrs. E. L. Davenport, Miss Maggie Harold, Messrs Frederick Robinson, C. A. Stevunson and Miss Kate Glaxton. Box office open at popular price. fpONY PASTOR'S. TONY PASTOR'S. IONY PASTOR'S. TONY PASTOR' ? JOHN AND MAGGIE FIELDING, NILKS AND EVANS, IRWIN SISTERS, MORRIS AND FIELDS. JOHNSON AND WE8T (the great etliletesi, CHARLEY WORLEY. Grand A ft Grand Matinee T GUS WILLIAMS, T Matinee Friday. 4> ? ft Friday. < t HENRY CARNEY. [ [ KITTY O'NEIL, TONY PASTOR AND HIS SUPERB TROUPE. FAMILY MATINEE FRIDAY AT 2 O'CLOCK. A?BOOTHS THEATRE. POPULAR PRICES. ?Mr. W. R. DEUTSPlt Manager SUCCESS OF POPULAR PRICES. SUCCESS OF MARIE GORDON. SUCCESS OK THAT i.ASS O' LOWllIEU NO RESERVED J EAT MORE THAN 75 CENTS. FEC.ONI) WEEK SECOND WEEK of the realistic end impeding play. THAT LASS O' LOW ROB'S, with ita Great Mine Scene, The Exptoiion and Iteacne, The Croat Roads. GREAT CAST. J. B. BOOTH, WM. DAVIDGE. HENRY DALTON. GERALDINE MATH. Box offiee now open. ?yTiBLO'8 garden theatre. 1\ EDWARD r. STARIN Proprietor and Manager TUESDAY EVENING, December 3, and until farther no tion. KIHALEY HKOS.' greutent *peclacular production, AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS, with now nceuery, marvel Ion* mechanical effect* glittering artnore and Jow el*. New grand ballet of 100 Indian, led by tho creator* living premiere danaeaee, Mile. BONKAHft Superb d ra. matic company. Matineei Wedneeday and Saturday, at 2 i\_m. IRVING 11 ALL. BAL MASQUE AND FANCY DRESS DE L'lIARMONIK OOTEBTSL THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1S7R. TICKETS. 92 FOR SALE AT ALL HOTELS AND THE NIGHT OF THE BALL OLYMPIC THEATRE.?THOROUGHLY RENOVATED from nub-collar to roof; painting, frencolng, Ac., by M. 1). Dowling and Chaa Dieltnaa ; opera chalrt and upholster ing, by H. Krecliling; cliandeliern and gas ttxturea, by Kitclien A Co.; carpeting, by A. T. Stewart A Co.; new alagn and uiachauical effect*, by W. Mcllurray; entire new ncen ery by Oeo. Helater, all under the supervinlon of Mr. Win. ,1. firming; will be ready tor occupation on or about the 7th of December, 1878. for ternm of rent or leano ap ply to HENRY C MIRNKLL. !? William at.. New York. IBLO'S GARDEN THEATRE. EDWARD P. STARIN Proprietor and Manager Tremendous nucconn of Ptret Around I KJBALKY BROS. The World GREATEST SPECTACLE. Matinee* AROUND THE WORLD To day, at'J P. M. I IN 80 DAYS. Grand Ballet of 100 ladles, led by the greatest living premier danaenae. Mile. BONFAMTI Grand opera house. - Mr. P. S. GILMORK reapectfully announcea thai GILMOKK'S BAND CGNCKKTS at thin mont magnificent entahlLhment WILL BE CONTINUED EVERY SUNDAY EVENING THROUGHOUT THE SEASON. THIS WORLD-FAMED BAND will be conducted by Mr. UIL.MORK, and THE LEADING MUSICAL AND OPERATIC ART ISTS OK THE DAY will bo preeenlod in aurcenalon. AN FRANCISCO-M INSTUB 1.8' OPERA HOUSE. AN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS, Broadway and 38th M. THK FAMILY RESORT. _ RECEIVED WITH ROARS OP LAUGHTER. Laat week of the great nncrena, HERALD PERSONALS, by BIRCH. WAMBOLD. BACKUS. THATCHER, RYMAN, RUSSELL. FRILL MAN, STEVEN* RAYMOND. JoltS'HON, POWERS. RICARDO. MONDAY, December 8, Brat appearance of FRANK CUSIIMAN AS THE AGED DARKET. _ SKATS SECURED. MATINEE SATURDAY AT * The herai-d of"yesterday says, speaking of OUR BOARDING HOUSE, at thu GRAND OPERA HOUSE ? 'The progreaa of the play wan fre quently Interrupted by harnte of boie teronn laughter." THE AQUARIUM. BROADWAY AND 35TH ST. To be produced on _ SATURDAY ETENINO NEXT, In conjunction with the TRAINED KENTUCKY THOROUGHBRED HORSE* the three act Spectacle of CINDKRKLLA, Introducing lt?> Children In Gorgeoue and Magnifloent Com tntnen. An attraction specially adapted for the holiday entertainment of ladlea and Juvenile*. Adm Innloti, .VI centa. Reserved aeata, SO cent* extra. Broad street theatre. Philadelphia Every Evening. Wednesday and Saturday Maiineea. MR. B MACAULAY AS UNCLE DAN'L, In A MKSSKNUER FROM JARVIS SECTION. Kurtz gallery grand bazaar. Bronaea, Antique* and Pottery, \ apecially imported t rotu Europe, Aala nod Africa, to be anad very low for the liena&t of Um Naplea Evangel leal Hehooln. Rareet collection ever exhibited hereof Art Pottery, Rooms Antiquities Utely excavated, and brente reproductions of Pompeilan Art. Rare chance to obtain reel goma of art. Adminalon, 35 eanta. Open November :*> to December rt, from 3 to 10 P. ML ATM ARRET. ' ? ? ? HAY MARKS? wfn AV. and .mrrn ST GRAND PROMENADE CONCERT AND "SOIREE DANSANTK" ETERT NIGHT. ? ? ? ? EVERT NIGH* COMMENCING AT ? O'CLOCK. ADMISSION 3SC. ? ? ? ? ADMISSION 2flOL "VffUSICAL RECORD" OF THIS WEEK (NO. ff) CON i VI tains n new nolo and quartette by M F II. Smith, and "Rondo de Nnlt," by Wolff, and all tha latent munlcal newt. Dexter Smith, Editor. Prion .*? renin. DITSON A CO , Pnbllnhert. 711 and 84* Broadway. TTLnNDSOR^niEATR* A. AND 47 BOWERY, t T Triumph of the neaeon Nightly remort of thnunande. Keatybody delighted with our prtneely programme Lake Schoolcraft and George II Goon, Gone and Fo% Conrny and Daly, Lawlon Sinters, J M. Turner, the Parfiera, Professor Sawyer, Levantine and Karl, Emma Hrenaan. Court land Slntera, Little Richmond and Fajotle Welab. MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. horSMQR HARTMAN WILL HAVE ON RXIIIRt. Hon portraits, life niae, of nplrita taken by gaallgbl and llglatniiiu ; tha only, on exhibition, Wednaaday evening at l.inaie Newell'*, 31 Clinton place. Science Hall, Thursday evening. t HKKLE'S AMERICAN THE AT RETINA V., BEWKKi ^\wnh and lllnt n?n.?'The greutent and largent variety pep. fonnanren In the city. Matinee* Wedne*day and Saturtlay. Sultan divan, in" hirw~KRv.?the finest nfL te l np place In the I lilted Slate.. __________ Wtl i ED TO Pt'KCIIANfe. gxcoifb irmrmv Mdbuwnnu wjumnz Ola geed ceadhkm, If aheap. A BENJAMIN.