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XLEN'S LOTTERY PRIZE.
NTINUED FROM EIGHTH PAGE.] I (1 id 110 more to her thnn I'm in the habit of g," jocularly responded Smith, le bit uic on do cheek, Judge. He did, indeed: icdhe did!" Ware you going to kiea her?'* said the Court. That's about it, Vour Honor. I went to kiss her uiy teeth were too long." Git out. you white trash) I don't kiss sich as .!" indignantly ejaculated Ellen. Well, Mr. Smith, your canuibulistic kiss will coat I soiucthiug. Throe hundred dollars to answer on t charge and $1,000 to answer the one of fraud." RAILROAD REPORTS. CEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES OP STATE RAIL ROADS DURING THE LAST YEAR. Albany, Dec. 7, 1878. ic following additional railroad reports have been vod at the State Engineer's Department and are 'resented with a comparative statement as to the teiUH last year:? METROPOLITAN ELEVATED RAILWAY. ' report is made for the three months and ?six days, ending September HO, 1878, the only in the last fiscal year when the road was run No report was made in 1877. SUtcln and Debt*. \ stock by charter $3,500,000 ilibscribed 056,000 .'aid in 055,000 'd debt 7,500,000 lig debt of road aud equipment, $8,156,000, being on nt of tlrst section of tive miles'by issue of bonds, lows:? mortgage ut six per cent $3,000,000 ud mortgage at seven per cent 4,600,000 k 055,000 ..o statement of each separate item of construction miule as the road is still in process of construction. Esjtentes OUier than Construction. lepairs, road lied, Ac $1,050 eueral superiuteudunce *800 ?fficcrs, clerks, office, Ac 17,101 oiu t actors, drivers and engineers 30,843 Tatchincn, starters, roadmen, Ac 05,040 | epairs of ilunnny curs 1,370 [ in 1, gas aud lights 23,740 il una waste 1,014 ainuges to persons?.-.d property, including medical atteduuee 1,473 aw expenses _ 1,020 asnrunce ' '728 dvcrtisiug ami-printing: 2,702 Total $124,072 Earning*. $348,797 iterest 2,474 Total $351,272 assengers carried 4,320 348 uniniy cars ; 1 25 ssenger cars rsons killed ? a rsons injured g . Cima consumed in passing over road, 20 minutes. OHPECT P.U1K AND CONEY ISLAND ("CULVER'S ROAD"). Horse and steam route from Fulton Forry to ney Island. ,Stock and Debts. 1878. 1877. Capital stock by charter $500,000 $500 000 Stock subscribed 500,000 600.000 Stock paid in 500,000 500,000 Funded debt 5oo,ono 600,000 Floating debt 30,329 43,904 Cost of Road and Eqni/mifnt. Road bod aud superstructure.. $103,34s $136,762 J,and, buildings, Ac 878,435 862,034 Locomotives, horses, Ac 80,520 75,514 Cars and snow-ploughs 90,922 89,454 Totals $1,213,233 $1,164,405 . Ejrffnse*. Repairs roadbed, Ac.. 17,709 14,047 Taxes on real eHtute 2.435 3 159 General superintendence 4/9hi 41.600 Officers, clerks, office, Ac 11,894 oiO'JT Conductors, drivers aud en gineers 30,763 39,253 Watchmen, stirttrs and road men...... ....? 22,333 29,688 Repairs of locomotives 0,912 3 798 I'"pairs of ears 1,318 2,012 ?airs of harness 1,398 1 log csoshoelug 3,552 3'>23 ..?ses and mules 1,377 11 420 ilablc expenses t!713 7 431 '???? 17,732 19!s:il ?lei. gas and lights 7,199 g ' ami wnste 2,393 2*167 tor tax 405 284 mages. Ac 2,358 8,953 v expenses 2,240 7 125 lt* 3,217 2! 162 'iiruui-o 1,919 1,086 vertising anil printing 7,051 >j 333 utingoncies 12,764 10/245 r,'st 37,837 , 36,464 Totals $210,027 $212,385 Earning*. 'assengers $229,325 $260,350 I' might. 1,160 1,881 Manure, Ac 1,052 900 Kc"t8 654 1,717 Total receipts $232,192 $ 264,850 Passengers curried 3,271.128 2 855 412 Tons ot freight 3,316 ACft) l.ugines 5 . Steam cars ' 25 23 Curs (all kiuds) 41 ,7'i Horses 214 ins Persons killed 5 , Persons Injured: 2 0 Time consumed iu passing over the road, 67 min. ROBBED OF TWENTY CENTS. Robert M< Kelvey. of No. 152 Oanarstreet, and Pbilip Donohne, of No. 98 River street, were anvsjod early yesterday morning in Newark, and uro held to an swer a charge of highway robbery. Joseph Murphy a canalcr, alleges that they waylaid him in New York avenue, knocked him down and robbed liim of all his money?twenty cents. The penalty is the sumo us if the sum taken was $20,009. COURT CALENDARS-THIS DAY. Supreme Court?Chambers?Held by Judge adv.?Nos. 22, 54. 56, 89, 91. 92. 94, 98, 104. 109. 11(1 8, 127, 147, 148, 159. 170. 172, 173, 179, 183, 187, 189* 7. 210, 218, 224, 232, 237, 2:18, 239. Supreme Court?General Term Adjourned until Tfiuniber 13. , Hi prkmk Court?Special Tbum?Held bv Judge Jlarrett.?Demurrers?Nos. 10, 16, 24. 28. i,aw anil fact?Nos. 56, 580, 733, 4S6, 4119, 697, 707, 015 616 7s') 7*t. 754, 803. 804. 706. 807, 812. 813. 816, 819 820 821* 822, 824, 826, 830, Kill. ' ' Supreme Court?Circuit?Part 1?Held bv Judoe Yau Rrnnt.?Nos. 1708)4, 1715, 2660, 2698, 4255 2191 1865, 1805)4, 000, 1180, 2750, 2751, 2753, 2754 27.18* 2760, 2761, 2763, 2764 , 2765, 2766, 2769, 2772* '>77'l* 2774, 2776, 2778, 2779, 2780, 2782, 2787, 2789* 2792.' 2793, 2794, 2795, 2796, 2797, 2798, 2799. 2801* 28oil 2804. 2803. Part 2-Ueld by Ju.lgo Lawrenec.l-jioll' 346, 2249, 2582, 598, 2323, 1672, 1922, 1671 17ott 1261, 1025, 3727, 3359, 3329. 2112, 2401. 2579, 366'/ 2554, 2555, 2455, 2163, 1421. Part 3?Held by Judge Doftohne.?Nus. 3831, 1887 ',. 3689. 2141, 17:12, lsjft 1782, 1783, 1784, 3067. 1H03, 2252, 2289. 2290, 2013 255(1' 6488, 1726, 2172, 2203, 3272. 2274, 398. 408, 2295.' 2019',. 1998, 1151, 2341. 2291, 3688, 892,829,1308 W 2509* 2428, 2448, 2140. 2413, 2087, 2489, 21.16, 2204. 1110, 1272* 2521, 1942, 2146. 1870, 1788. ' ' ^Superior Court?General Term.?Adjourned tint Superior Court?Special Term?Held by Judge Bpcir.?Demurrer?No. 4. Issues of fact?Nos. 29. 33. *1, 57, no, 62, 63, 49. . ' Hi pEttion Court?Trial Term?Part S-Hcld by Judge Sedgwick?Nos. 384, 385, 387, 386, 262, 290, 581 lift, 549, 550, 356, 543, 404, 391, 431, 103, 329, 949, 884' Part 2?Held by .Judge .?Nos. 500, 467. 463, 539, 187, 648, 649, 535, 463, 464. 547. 350, 313 687 193, 249, 629, 499, 351, 503, 669, 278, 290, 537, 560 601' 643, 3.50, 408. 596, 411. Part 3.?Adjourned tine die ' Common Pleas?General Term.?Adiourncd forth? term. Common Pleas?Special Term?Held by Jndgo Van lloesen. -Nos. 11,13, > Common Pleas?EquiTY Temv?Held by Chief Jus tice C. P. Daly.?Nos. 3, 11, 13, 1, lo, 6. 8, Common Pi-kah?Trial Term?Part 1?Held by Judge l.arreniore.?Nos. 096, 1938, 622, 762, 721 1984 1816, 706, 704, 723, 781, 4H7, ?8n, 1983, 743, 412, 413* 1935, 776, 078, 1817. Part 2?Held by Judge J. 1\ Daly?Nos. 1806, 506, 1041, ft*), 233, 1472. 953. 717, 315 650, 1805, 205, 031, 1*22. 990, 517, 1388, 1008, 1428, 1964* 1888, M122, 205. 1236, 302. 741. Marine Court?Trial Term?Part 1?Held by Judge Mc.Vduni.? Nos, *461, 8099, 8983, 3129, Sl'Jfi 38181, 18110. 4739. 6143. 4921. 4910, 3919, 2.348, 5121, 5146* 6114, 5122, 6117, 4889, 5139, 6140, 01(1, 6144, 730, 22:10, 4001. Part 2?Held by Chief Justice Alker.?Nos. 3746, 4181, 1283, 4021, 4622, 6154. 3(813, 4558, 4434, 4149, 8660. 21H8I, 411l?, 3059. 3812. l'arl :)?Held by Jndgo Shea.?Nos. 5095, 3077, 5047, 6080, 2910, 5002, 504J. 6012, 2709, 6508, 5091, 2443, 5020, 5043. Court op general Sessions?Parti?Held by Judge (?ildi'rsleeve.?-The People vs. Mortimer F. Miller, : Thomas Rellly, burglary; Hatne vs. William Redmond and Charles Chambers, grand larceny; same vs. James Smith, grand larceny; Hatno vs. Michael Hard, larceny from the person; Same vs. David 0 Kcefo, grand larceny: Haute vs. John Cartion ler, felonious assault and battery; Hame vh. Paul Cueiiin, iclouiotis assault sod battery: Hame vs. Kdwnnl Mciaddon, burglary; Same vs. Jollies Nealis, burg lary : Same vs. YlVllfiam Konstimr sn<l John Freiekc, burglary; Samevs. John Will.nl. grand lore, ny; Same ? ? ,Kr*n ,?r(,uy: Home vs. Kdward. psrllcy, receiver stolen goods: Home vs. Jacob Cohen, false pretences; Same vs. John Mulhollsnd and Joseph Hog an, larceny from the person; Hume vs. Frank ;? own, larreuy trom the person. Part 2?Held by uilgo Sutherland.?1 lie People vs. Orlando E. Itraii ord. abortion (contlnuedi. court or 0*1:11 and Terminer?Held bv Judoe Davis.?The People as. Louis F. Thiarrlson false pretences; Hame vs. Edwurd Fuller and Harsh E ltriggs, burglary; Maine vs. Raphael G11 Ira to . rami larceny; same vs. Marj J. Logan, grsud la'rcwiy; baniu as. Lister ikocli, torgcry. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Review of the Week?An Active Speculation in Stocks. MINING- INTELLIGENCE. Condition of tli? Gold and Money Markets. Wall Stbkft, 1 Sunday, Dec. h, 1878. If tlio business of the paat woek tailed to exceed iu any great degree that of the preceding one it was not from tUu lack of events of especial financial impor tance. In fact, there was rather an embarrassment of riehos of this nature than otherwise, lind predatory op erators were puzzled as to which event was best worthy of their attention ami most promising of the heaviest "swag." These events may be itemized as, first. the meeting of the Anthracite Board of Control; second, the Northwestern dividends, and, third, the conven tion of railroad mauagers. These three heads naturally BUggest the discourse of the week. It was generally expected that the Board of Control would deflnitoly decide upon the fate of the coal combina tion for the coming year, but the subject was too black to be handled without gloves (which Mr. Packe^ appears to have in his especial keeping), and tliemeet iug adjourned after increasing the output for December by 1,000,000 tons. This may be taken as a virtual abandonment of the scheme, which was especially de signed for i>urposcs of contraction, while the action taken savors of the wildest expansion, in view of the tact that the market is gorged witli coal and that tlio demand is of the smallest description. Although nothing has been done officially it is well understood that the Lehigh Valley people still adhere to their stand and deliver policy in respect to an increased quota, and that the other companies refuse to be scared, but keep their hands iu their pockets. There is no way out of this deadlock except by one side or the other giviug way, which is not likely, or of the combination splitting to pieces, which is likely enough. The cftect upon market values was disas trous, prices falling off from 3% to ?%' per cent and closing at the worst quotations <Sf the week. The long agony as to the Northwestern dividends was got over on Thursday by Ihe declaration of 3%' per cent upon the preferred and 2 percent upon the common stocks. Tbcre were stories of "tbreatcniugs and slaughters" breathed against the latter distribution, but they took no more formidable shape than a lamb-like protest on the part of Mr. Hatch. A more serious matter is to be found in the accounting called for by the Dutch bondholders, who claim that of the 140 miles ?f Northwestern Union Railway (an appanage to the Northwestern proper), which were mortgaged to se cure $3,S00,000 of bonds, only sixty-three miles have been constructed, and they accordingly would liko to see the additional security "put up" or an expla nation mode. As frequently happens the effect of the dividend was discounted in the previous rise, and no sooner wss the question .settled thqp prices l>cgau to decline and the stock closed with a loss upon the week of about 1% per cent. The railroad managers held another powwow and smoked the calumet of peace over the subject of pooling rates. Mr. Commissioner Fink was deputed a one-man power also to "smoke out" any offending parties who may break the rules dur ing the next five years. As the duration of similar compacts l^as heretofore been compassed by about five weeks it is evident that the high contracting par ties have either greater faith in each other than they had before or that with serious faces, but with a laugh in their sleeves, they are playing the old farce fiver again. As a general thing the market was ex ceedingly irregular, exhibiting frequent fluctuations and closing without auy very serious departuro, ex cpt in the coal stocks, to the one side or the other of opening figures. The highest sud lowest prices of stocks at the Board during the week wore as follow s:? HighrtL Lnuvnt. New York Central lit!1* 111% I'J 1* Lake Whore 09%' <18 V Wabash 22?, 20 % Northwestern 48;., 40', Northwestern preferred 77'. 7.1 % Rock Island : 118J? 117 Fort Wayne HW R<0 Milwaukee and St. Raul 36% 31% Milwaukee and St. Pattl preferred.... 73'. 91 Pittsburg 83 82 i Delaware, Lackawanna and Western. 46% 42 New Jersoy Ce n t rsl 29 26 % Delaware and Hudson Canal.. v 87 %' 34 1. Morrisknd Essex 8ir? 70% Michigan Central #9 68% Illinois Central 77% 74% Union Pacific '. 60% (>.7 C..O..C. audi 33,'? 31 % Chicago, Burlington and Quincy 110% 111)', Chicago and Alton 80 78 C., C. and I. C 6\ Hannibal and St. Joseph 14'.' 14 Hunuilial mid Si. Joseph preferred... 38 33% Ohio and Mississippi ? % 7% Pauama ' 122', 122', Western Union '8>'?i 94 Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph....:... 29 29 Pacific Mail 1 Hi The opening prices on Monday last were as fol lows:?Delaware and Hudson. 37,%'; Western Union, ill1.; Pacific Mail, 14;%; Michigan Central, 08.)j bid: Lake Sbore, 89: Morris and F.ssex. 80; Northwestern, 40%; do. preferred, 70 %: St. Paul. 3.7; do. preferred, 71; Delaware, Lackawanna and Western, 48'.,: Erio Railway, 18%; Ohio and Mississippi, 60; C., C., C. and I? 32; Wabash, 20%; Central of New Jersey, 28%'; Kansas and Texas, 7; Illinois Central 76%; C., C. and I. C., 6%; Hannibal and lit. Joseph, 14% bid; do. preferred, 33%'; and the closing quotations yesterday were:? Hid. A'lfd. Hid. A ?*?1. At A Pac Tel.... 39% :*l Kansas A Texas. 0 6H CM A Northwest 48% 46% Imko Shore 8S% 8H;, Chi A N W nf.... 76% 76% Michigan Cm... 6*\ : rae.. 1 CM, R 1 A PAC..1IH 118% Morris A Essex. 78% 70V Chl.Bnr A 0 . . .11<?% 110% Mil A Hi I'aul. 3ft% C,?; AIC...V... 7% ? Mil A 8t Paul pf 72% 72% ,, - . 'j . t?A I Blf 32% Kuw Ysrk Con .112 112% ciov A PtttsUnrK 82% 82% New Jersey Cen. 28V 20% Canton 22 ft. Uhlo A JUss..... 7% 7% Did. Lack A W . 42 42% Ohio A M|.? pf.. 17 18 l)ci A Itu.l Cunal 31% 34.% Pacific Mall 12% 13 ytiliims Kxpi-oss.107 1(n"? Panama 122 123 American K\.... 49% 00 PltOtbiir;; A FW.lt*> 101 I' 8 Exerts* 47% 47% (/nick silver 11V 13 Writs, K A Co E* 98 MM quicksilver praf. 32% 3ft Erie 18% 18% Ht LA Iron Ml . 13% 14% llnrlmt 142 14.7 ttt L. Ksn C A N 7 7% llan A Ht Jo 13% 14 Ht I,.Kan C*N pf 2.7 2.7% llan A Ht Joprof 31 % 31% Cnion Puclflc... 6.7% 88 Illinois Central.. 77 77 ', Western Un Tel. Wi B7'? Kansas Pacific.. 11 11% Wnhash 22 , 22% The money market was more active during the week and the rate of interest for call loans waa a( times as high as 0 per cent. The ruling rates wore 3 a 4 per cent. Prime commercial paper sold at 4 a 6% ]ter cent and was in fair demand. There has been a good deal of discussion anil anxiety regarding re sumption, and some further action of congress with regard to silver is feared which might possibly cans* some difficulty with the bankers hero who have Vleclarcd themselves against silver. The bonk atatcment for the week wits also a subjoet for anxiety as it is the most unfavorable showing for a loug time past. There wss a loss of 14,177,770 In surplus reserve, which is now down to $8,360,030. This is duo to a loss of $2,797,700 in specie, caused probably by locking up operations and the near np prooch of resumption, and to a loss of $1,314.7(0 in legal tenders, csiiscil by wheat speculation In Chicago by Mr. James H. Kerne. The following is a compari son of the bank averages for tho last two weeks:? A'?r. 9o. Dtr. 7. ffiff'rrnrm. Loans.* f 236.438,400 |240.215.IHKI Inc. .$3,777,100 HimcIc 22,987,480 20,189,700 Dec.. 2,797,780 Legal tenders 41,275,700 39,901,000 I>e \. 1,914,700 Deposits 206.7117,200 207,066,600 Inc.. 281,480 Circulation... 20.007,000 20,038,200 Inc.. 61.200 Tlie following shows the relations bet ween the total reserve and tlie total llBbllitifyc Spccie $22,967,400 $20,169,700 Dec..$2,797,700 Legal tenders.. 41.276.7tW 99,961,000 Dec.. 1,814,700 Total reserve..$84,243,100 $80,130,700 Dec..$4,112,400 Reserve re quired Sg'st deposits ?. ? ? 61,099,300 61,764,630 xcess of re serve sbovo legal re quirements. $12,648,600 $8,906,030 Dec..$1,177,750 Foreign exchange lias be< n quiet, until near tho ose of the week, when rates were advanced to 62% and 4.67 for hankers' long and short stcrlti^ his was owing to advices from London of renewed fflculties In banking circles and the supposed fail re of s large West of England banking house. (Jql*^ was weaker and fell to 100 V, at which price the mar ket closed yesterday. The renewed trouble in the coal combination and the increased output of coal Lave caused much dis satisfaction among certain large shareholders in the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad Com pany, and a despatch received yesterday in the street states that they are about to bring a suit to break the lease of the Morris and Essex road. The latter road is leased by the former st a fixed rental, and the fit ck iwanna shareholders claim that it is run at a severe and ruinous loss. The stoek of the Rutro Tunnel Company, which has been placed upon the New York Stock Exchange, con sists of 2,000,000 shares of $10 each, of which the company owns 108,000 shares. The official statement says that the stock is unassessable, and that there is no floating debt. As the effect of opening of the tunnel will probably cause a renewed activity in mining speculation, and as but little is knowu here about its working, the following facts will prove in teresting:?The tunnel is now almost finished, and it is hoped that dividends will begin at the end of next year. Its object is to supply the great bonanza mines with greater facilities for getting out their ore and, by reducing the cost to a figuro suf ficiently low, to cnuble them to mine the low class ore at a profit. The tunnel will also act oh a water course, and thus do away with the necessity of the preseut expensive arrangements for pifmpiug and ventilating the mines. During the cutting of the tunnel several large silver bearing qnortz lodes were passed, and it is proposed to have these worked by outsiders, who will pay the compauy a per centage of their profits, as well as the usual ratea for draining and transportation. An act of Congress compels all the mining companies In the district to pay a royalty of $2 a ton upon all ore extracted and sent to the mills for reduc tion. The rates established for transportation are 25 cents per ton of waste rock and ore per mile, or $1 per ton for the four miles of the main tunnel, and 25 cents for each passengej. The office of the com pany is in Ran Francisco, and the Farmers' Loan and Trust Company and the Union Trust Company act as transfer agent and registrar in New York respect ively. DOMESTIC MARKETS. Gai.vkstok. Dec. 7, 1878. Cotton wenk anil irregular; middling. ; lew mid tiling, 8c.good ordinary, 7 ,c. Net receipts, 2,368 bales; gross, 2.405. Exports?To great llritniu, 0,541; coastwise, 31(S. Sales, 2,804. Stock, fl 1,232. Nkw OaUEAXS, Dee. 7. 1878. Cotton irrogulur, easier (Inelomnnt weather checks busi ness); middling. H*?e.: low middling. H'^e.: good ordinary, T'.Jc. Net receipts, 8,558hales; gross, 11,221. exports?to (?rent Britain, 2,843 hales; to the Continent, 1.5D4. Salos, 800. Stoek, 101,082. Mobilk. Dec. 7. 1878. Cotton weak and Irregular; middling, 8)jo.: low inia dllng. Sc.; good ordinary, 7! jo. Net receipts, 2,814 bales. Exports coastwise, 1,580. Kales, 2,OUO' ntork. 41,201. Katakxah. Dec. 7. 1878. Cotton quiet; middling, 8Vje.; low middling, 8 3-ltle.; good ordinary, 7Jje. Net receipts.4,270hales: gross, 4,520. Exports coastwise, 77. SSalos, 2,H00. 8tock, 71,440. Oham.kstox, Dec. 7, 1878. Cotton?Fair demand at lower rates; middling, 8J4C.; low middling, 8"jc.; good ordinary. 7j?c. Not receipts; 2,030 hales. Exports to the Continent. 5,150. Kales, 2,300. Stock, 81,057. , Wu.mm.tox, Dec. 7. 1878. Spirits of terpentine quiet'nt iiHJje. Rosin flrin at SI 17'i for strained. Crudo turpentine linn at $1 25 for hard uitd $1 85 for yellow dip ami virgin. Tar firm at $1 HO. Cum unchanged. Ostrnoo, Dec. 7, 1878. Flour unchanged; sales, 1.000 hhls. Wheat quiet; No. 1 hard Duluth spring, $1 10; No. 2 Milwaukee spring,SI; No. 2 rod Wabash. $1 06; extra white Michigan. $1 Hit. Own steady; No. 2 Toledo, 44c. Barley steady, hut quiet; extra bright Canada held $1 20; No. I bright,!*! 15; No. 2 bright, $1 07 u SI Oil; low grades, 87r. a SI. Bye un changed; Canada held 54c. in bond. Peas quiet; Canada held 64c. i% bond. Cornineal. $21 bolted ; $20 unbolted, per ton; shorts. $12: shipstufi'a, $12; middlings. $17 per ton. Lake receipts? tH.txjo bushels wheat. Shipments?1,200 bbls. flour; 0.000 bushels barley. BorrAi.o. X. Y., Dec. 7. 1878. Flour?Fair demand; sales, l,(X*t bills.: market un changed. Wheat, light milling, inquiry nominally quoted; No. 1 hard Duluth spring, $1 11 a $1 12; No. 1 Duluth, $1 U8 n$i 10: No. 2 Milwaukee club, Hoc.; No. 1 hard Milwaukee, $1 12; No. 1 hard Sheboygan spring. $1 111; No. 2 do. $1; whitu winter.t>2e. u$l 02; red and anibei winter,Hoc. a$l 02. Corn steady; demand moderate; sales of 1 ,<MKI bushels No. 2 mixed Western at 40(jc.; 2,000 bushels Kansas at 41c.; new rurn In atore is quoted at 27!,c. a 20c. -Oats quiet; sale of 500 bushels white Michi gan at 20c.; quotable Western, 2tk\ a 28c.: Stnte, 20c. a 21c. Barley inactive. Ryo dull; Western held at 54c. Mill feed in good demand; coarse. $12 a $14; tine, $12 a $14: finished, $14 25 a $15; rye, $12 a $12 per ton. Corn meal fairly actlvopeoureo, 85c. a H5c.; One, 05c. $1 05; new process, $1 4(1 perewt. llighwlncs quoted at $1 08 for city made. Other articles unchanged. Itsil? Freights quiet; wheat, 8; >o.; corn. Be..; oats, 5',c,, to Now York. Kecolpts per railroad?Floor. 2,t*si libls.; wheat, 18,8t?) bushels; corn, 2ti.(XX>do.; oats. 1 l,t*?) do.; barley, 2,800 do.; rye, 1,21)0do. Reeetp'* by lake?Wlicot, 202,280 bushels: corn, 4tt,(**i do. Shipments by railroad?Flour, I,8!*) bids.; wheat, 107,748 bushels, corn, 28,0;*) do - oats, II.800 do.; barley, 1,000 do.; rye, 1.21*) do. By canal?To Lockport, wheat, 7,(XX) bushels. Lot'lsv i li.k, Dec. 7, 1878. Flour quiet and unchanged. Wheat quiet; red, 8th1.; am ber and white, 88c. Com steady; white, .'toe.; mixed, 24c. Outs quiet, b it steady: white, 2.V ; mixed, 24c. Kyc quiet, 52e. Pork steady, |H a $8 25. Lard quiet, but firm; choice leaf, tierce, H.ljc.; do., keg, 7llc. Bulk meats quiet; 2J,c. a 2Jjc.; $2 8n a $4 and $4 u$4 25 for shoulders, clear rib and clear sides. Bacon nominal. Ilams, sugar cured, nominal. Whiskey steady, $1 HM. Manufactured tobacco unchanged. Dntkoit. Ileo. 7.1878. Floor lirm: sales of white at $4 75. Wheat steady ; extra 27,'jC. a 28c.; No. 2 white, 27r.; No. 1 mixed, 28c.; No. 2 do.,25Jjc. Cioverseed?Prime,$2 !*); choice, $4 OS. Dre-sod hogs dull at $2 a $2 10. Kecolpts?Flour, 2.t**t bids.; v. lie at, 1 l.oUtl bushels; corn. 4,101) do.: oats, l,(**)dn. Shipment*? Flour, 1,4(X) bids.; wheat, nonu; corn. 1.1XX) bushels; oats, MO > do. Toi-xno, Dee. 7, 1878. Wheat easier; No. 5 white Wabash. 92,'?o. ; amber M lcltl gait, spot or December, W4c.: January, ;il ',r.; February, ts'c ; No. 2 amber Michigan, l*)',e.; \'i>. 2 rest winter, spin or December, 04'jc.; .lanuary. t?4\c.; Wostern amber, WILe.; No, 2 amber Illinois, 87c. Corn firm; No. 2, aow, 32' ,o. sittKr.; No. 2 white, 25)qo. Oats dull; No. 2, 22', c. Receipts?2O,0(X) bushels wheat, 14,tX*) do. com. Ship inents?(2,If*) bushels wheat, ((.(**) do. corn. Cixcinxatt, Dec. 7, 1878. Floor and wheat dull and unchanged; receipts of wheat, S.iflX) bnsbels: shipments, 2,81*) do, Horn dull at 22c. a 22c. Oats in good demand at full nrlces at 22c. u25i'. Kyc quiet hilt steady at 5Uc. q 52c. Barley in good demand; good to pi into spring held at (X)c. u 8(lc. Pork steady at $8, cash; $8 12',, buyer January. Lard active and lirm: steam, $5 57Jq a $5 H2.'Bulk mi r.ta dull; slmttldore. 82 65; cloar rib. $3 70; clear sides, $:t !Xt. Boxed meats dull; sales of shoulders at $2 IX); long and short rloar held at $4, $2 !X) bid. Baron qliiot; shoulder*. Sc.; clear rib, i',c. ? 4J,r.; clear sldo*,'4j?r. Whiskey actlvo and firm at $1 02. Hotter dull and heavy: fancy creamery, 35e. a 27c.; choice Western Unserve, 15c. a 17c.; choice Central Ohio, 12c. a 12c. Sugar easy. Ilntr* steady and unchanged; receipts, 10,875; ship ments, I,(XX). Chicago, Dec. 7. 1878. Flour quiet and nnchniiged. Wlioat dull, weak and lower; No. 2 red winter, cash; 8?k\. I>e 'ember; No. 2 Chicago spring, 82 'tc. a H2'u'c., cash; 82*-c. aKtc., De cember; K2'Jje., .lanuary; 82jgc., February: No. 3 Chicago spring, ti7,'.c. n HWfaCjS rejected, 82) ?c. afW'.c. Corn dull and a slmife lower; a 21c., cash; ill'jr..,lanuary; 2| tgc., Fehrnnry ? rqjoetcd, 2H)jC. a 'Jo'j. Oats dull and a shaile lower: 18;jc. a 2dr , ca*h;2(>c. a 2lb jr., January ; rejected, HUqc. Rye steady and unchanged. Bar ic* dnll weak and lower; t*tc. a 87c. Pork fairly active and cornier;f Lard dull January; 85 D7!n a $5 7o, February," Bnlkmcats In fair do mnnd but lower; shoulders, $2 50 a $2 55; short rib. $252!g tit wcok ann lower; ta?c. a tTc. pork ctlve and u sliado higher; $6 75, cash; $H 85, Do . $7 (tlk a $7 85, January: $7 a $7 05, February, ill. w oak and lower; $5s57)j. or ah; $5 l*i a $5 (tl'j. a *8 50; short clear. $2 70 a $2 75, all loose. Whiskey steady, with ?> fab demand, $1 Oo. Kecolpts?12,mm hula, flour, 142.1**) bushels wheal. lltyXX) do corn, 48,ts*> do. oats, 5,5(*ido. ryo, 25,(1"*) do. barley. Kb laments?I5,(XX? hbls. Hour. 72,<*X) hn?hels w host, H,(XK) do. corn, 7,DUO do. oats, 391) do. rye, 19,(XX) do. barley. PRINT CLOiH MARKET. FtU Rirrn, Mum., Doc. 7, 1K7N. Theprintlng cloth mnrkat In dull in demand, and small mK'S of 04 square cloths wore matin Sl4c.. cash. HAVANA MARKET. liar >**, Doc. 7, l*7M. Rttgar.?There has beau no Intprnrrnioiit during :lie w.?k; inni ki't doses 'lull, prices nominal: Una. Hi to I J. If. P., .v., ii il'4 teals. gold, per arrtrim; Ntta. ).'?to Jo, ?to.. 7 a reals; molaiaoi sugar, No*. 7 to HI, Aaii.'i roiila; centrifugal sugars, Noa. II to t:i, In boxes ami lihds., 7 a 7A? reals. .Stocks in warehouse at llitvana nml Matania*, 47.:i<?> hexes, :t?.'*?? nags and 14.UJU IthdV Bawlata of tho week? 77 boxes, T.'MI linen and 7WH lihds. Kxporl* daring the wi ck? 7,7:?I boxes ami hhds., including g.u.Yll boxes ami all tho hlitls. to tho I nlti-il Klutea. Molasses <|iilot. Karon, fH ?dl7, enrrtney. per rwt. Hnttor, HtlKTi. currency, por quintal, for superior American. Flour, fH] a Ml Ml, carrancy, par bltl. far American. .larked beef, 4!l tenia a 44 roala, currency, |>or urroln. llama? American augur cured, ift'i u <!4r>, currency, per quintal for Northern amlft'aia gv.1 for Southern. I.aril, in kegs, P2M ,"ai a rurrency, per quintals do., lu tin*. any a pan. Potatoes, W?l SO a <10 7.'?, rurroncy, por lib1. Tallow, tfc!7 a p-.m, rm ronry, por quintal. Wax. yollnar, pl'j ."(I a pit I .V i, gold, per arrobe. Unions, $lt|a pin Jft, currency, per hbl. lor Atticlcan. Coal oil. In tlna,t?;# reals aliroala, currency, por gallon. Empty hogsheads, 44, gold. l,uinla>r active; whlto plno, $!Wi a toft, gold, per M.; pitch pino, Ata. Shocks noiainal; box, w a In roala, gold; sugar hog-l-cada, In roala. Whlto nary liuana, 114 real*, cprrancy. por iirmho. Chewing tobaroo, po~ a f.VI, gold, nor quintal. Corn, a 10 roala, carronry, per arrvbe. "loops arlirc; long shaved, P.V4 a pun, enrrunry, per M Freights artlvo at low rates; loading at Havana lor tho United States?pur Im* of auger. :t7!9e. it Win, ci currency s per Mtil of an car. SKI a SI5; loading at porta mi tho north con it loutmdo pnrr?| for thu United States?por hhd. of sugar, if- li'i a "O. Tobacco quiet. Spanish gold, :N>4 a '.'?lit,,. Exchange Nat; on tho United States, HO day a' cur rency, tUg a 7 premium: abort eight do., 7 a 7m pre mium; t?i tlaya' gold, KM a 7I<; ohort eight, do., /)4 a 1% jir'omlum; on Lontfon, 17 a IK premium; on' Parte, 4 a 4>. promlunt. riRAJrciAL. A*" TT^an. ~ ~ ~~~~~ Tho moat profltable way of dealing In atocka la hy com bining many nrdora and cmupaa at In g tham aa a whole, di viding profile pro rata among shareholders, according to tho market. Hack rmttoiner thus nor urea all advantages of Im ttienae capital emlexperlciicei! aklll, and rati una any amonnt front fin to #ltl,f'*>, nr more, with equal proportionate attc con t. "Now York Stock Reporter1' ami now circular mailed free. Full Information for any one to operate anccosaftilly. IsAWKKNOR ,t t!t?.,?7 Exchange plaee, New York. AT KKAKii.MAHI'K RATKR-MONKY ON LIFE AND j Vondownteiit Innttraace pollclen and tnortgagee; name bought; litnuratice of all hiada etfoated with best rompanltM at lowunt premiame, J. J llAlllllCtl A CO., I BO Broadway, box l.N*?. i kl'I'lt'K OF THE ONTARIO KII.VKK MINI NT i COM ' .'petty, ill Hroetl at., New Ye'k, Dec. |ci7K.?Uivldcntl ,N.,. The regular montlil) dividend of Bffy rent* tier abate has been declared for November, payable at the nffli e of tlie transfer iigenta, Wella, Fargo A l ??, No. tk? Hruad war, on the ltilh met. 7 raualer hooka close on tlin luth. H. B. l'Alt80N8, Assistant 8citut?ry._ j 9IMAICUL. A LADY OK ElllOATION AND I'OSITION HAVI.NO iinift with ifV0rit?? d??ire?? luuti of $75 ?m tli?iiuuit<t i worth taua ArMrcai MoKKKI'L, Htrtld I'ptown oili? ??. SPBOULATJON IN STo< KS tSKW I'LAX'TATTKR SALL'S Stock Kxriimij(e, 1.225 Hinudwav. Stocks bought ami sold on one uer cont uiiirgiu ; rotmuLsion l-lti; contracts dosed out each day; no margins wiped out in in terval. Ofders by mail hitvo special attention icMOOAU * 00, WjiKTHI BHn.nuo ON FIRST UOKTUAiiK: PHOP " ??y worth *MJU,OOl>. Address 57U Graiid at., lirook lyn, K. J>. ^]|| AAA FOR TIIK IM Kill ASK OP SILVER T I U?UU" "wacu, Diamonds, WatSa*. Jewelry, Broil/ON, Pulntfugs; decided bargains in elegunt presents of every description. J If. JOHNSTON. ISO Bower)'. <*<>nn Ann ix to *vit, to loan on 4iaJv'U>UUUigarl|t|g, 8vo rears, New York city : also money nt 0 per cent. H. In (lit A NT, 14.Y Broadway. BWIME8H OPPOUTUYITIES. A PARTNER WANTED?IN AN ESTABLISHED CABIf business in Newark; not profit* ilio past year. teT.usi; mo be increased; cash required, *1,SOU. Address AVERY'. Herald office. A FIRST Eli ASH WINE, CKIAH ANIt BILLIARD Room; excellent locution; proprietor retiring. JoNES, :f> t autre et. MAN WITH (IAPITAL WANTED?IN BUI SPKt T Alntltn, bis money 011 umall inveatuicnt. NKTTLKTON. niti Broadway. P~ ARTXKR '.YANTBIt_W 1TH $7.<**?"0ASFT INOPE?f. ing a hardware business In tho West. where motley can bo rapidly made. Address lock box Galon*. III. Tit IRON MAN 1'FAt'Tl'RKRS ANI) OTIIKHR.?THE I nitcd ritatou Patent for eelo of a new Homo Null Ma chine ; thoroughly developod; fastest in the world; will forge ttt) horse nails per minute; will show large profits; in vestigation solicited. Address HOltSE NAILS, Herald office. Tl,rANTED?A RELIABLE PARTV TO MANUFACTURE *1 a nowlv invented ?tisponsory bandage. Address BAXI) APE, Herald office. TFT ANTED?A PARTY*. YVITII RB06, TO JOIN THE T? advertiser in u safe business; references exchanged. Address PRODUCE, Herald office. tO AAA 10 V',000 COULD BE USED To PILL O. It. commission orders of live regular salesmen; good inducements; manufactured staple sped alty; success assured. ENEllCY", Herald nffiiw. AAA ~x BUSINESS! MAN WITH THIS AMOUNT ?JjYvJ."/Yy".eun find a good olinnco to connoct himself with an established business that lias made and la making money; will stand rinse investigation and will veonirnthe same. Call for particulars on Mr. ORIPPIN. at ID Kendo st., from 1 to 4. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, this week. No agents need cull. WANTED TO RCARE HIM. "See here, Johnny Dolan, you muet promise that yon will not kill Officer Iteilly. Indeed you must. I have to protect the police," said Judge Otterbourg, in Jefferson Market Court, yesterday, to the tow headed urchin before him. "I didn't go for to kill iiim. He's only givin' yon a kl?l, dat's all," drawled the fonr foot six desperado. ??Bnt lie says you did. Didn't you throw two rocks at him?" "Nary rock." "Well, what did you do to him?" "Ah! I only wanted to scure him and mako him drop on himself. Dat's all!" Johnny had spent the night in the prison for hav ing attacked the officer aforesaid. "Aren't you a terrible fellow?" "No, I aiut no terrible fellow. 'Tig one o' dc gang what give him de goose!" "YY'ill you go home if I let you out now?" "I'll go to church, sir! I goes every Sunday after noon!" "Well, go!" MARUTAGES AND DEATHS. ENGAGED. llEicHAitr?Johnson.?Samuel Reichart, of Brook lyn. to Miss Jennie Johnson, ot Cyprus Hills, L. 1. No cards. MARRIED. Jones?Pateuson.?On tho 4th Inst., at the Church oi the Transfiguration, by the Rev. Itr. Houghton, Edward K. Junes, Esq., of the Philadelphia bar, to Miss Wu.hei.mina P*. Pateuson, of New York. Smith?Da Voe.?At the residence of the bride's parents, November JO, by the ltev. 0. H. Tiffany, of St. Paul's, Evert V. Smith to Mary E. De Voe, eldest daughter of John J, De Voe, all of thie city. bail Francisco papers please oopy. DIED. Austin.?At Orange Junction, y. ,T.,.on Saturday, December 7, Bertram Convkrsk, imant son of Lewis U. and Florence is. Auatin. Bartkls.?On Sunday morning, at two o'clock, Charles V. Bartki.s. aged 4 years, 4 months. Funeral at two o'clock, from 170 Bunk at. Bookrt.?On Sunday, December 8, Abhik Elizf. Bookkt, youngest child of John Henry and Margaret Bogert. aged la years, a mouths and l:> days. Relatives and friend* of the family are respectfully invited to attend (lie funeral, from the residence of her parents, 187 Cambridge ?v.. Jersey City Heights, on Tuesday, December 10. at half-vast ten A. M. OnrtuH.?At Hudson, N. 1'., on Sunday morning, John Clbuh, in his 70th year. Convnx.?At his residence. No. 241 Stb av.. onFri day, December 6, Ai.skjcd Colvill, in the fWth year of bis age. Relatives and friends of (he family arc respectfully Invited to attend his funeral, at the Reformed Dutch Church, corner of 6th av. and 20th st.. on Monday, December 9, at half-past nine o'clock A. M., without further invitation. Cobbktt.?Suddenly, on Saturday, December 7, Thomas COBBKTT, in the 68th year of bia age. The funeral will take place on Tuesday, December 10, at one P. M., froin the residence of his son-in-law, No. 828 South 2d st.. Brooklyn. E. D. Daviks.?On Thursday evening. December 5, 1878, Kate Noble. only child of James li. ami Mary A. Da vies, aged 20 years. Relatives and friends of the family are respect fully invited to attend her funeral, from tlin Presby terian Memorial Church (Dr. Robinson's), Madison av.. corner Kid st., ou Monday. S?*li inst.. at eleven A. M. Friends are kindly requested not to send flowers. Free land.?Caroline M., wife of James Fieeland, in the 77th year of her age. Funeral lrom her late residence. No. 14o Columbia Heights. Brooklyn, Tuesday, December lo, at two o'eloek P. M. H udson (N. Y.) and San Francisco papers please copy. UoUMAN. ?On Sunday. December 8, Mrs. Mary Oormax, nutive of the parish of Balllngarry, couuty Limerick, Ireland, aged 7!) years. The funeral will take place from bur late residenee, on Tuesday, the loth inst., at two o'clock P. M. Relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. Hknsohet..?On Saturday, December 7, John Hick man Hkxwhkl, in the 8 >tn year of liiM age. Relatives anil friends ?re respectfully requested to attend his fuueral, on Monday. December 9. at ten o'clock, from his mother's residence, 126 West 4'Jd st. It is requested that no flowers be sent. Manila and Vienna papers please ropv. UorsMAN.?At Port Richmond, Stuten Island, on Saturday, December 7, Captain John J. Hot sman, aged 70 years. Funeral at his residence at half-past one and at the Port "Richmond Reformed Church, Tuesday, Decem ber 10, at two P. M. Relatives and friends are in vited to attend without further notice. Hi.ohks.?HutUb'Uly, of pneumonia, on Thursday. December 5, WnxtAM J. Hi'uhks. aged 40 years, 11 months and 22 daya. llrlatives and friends of !he family, members of St. Vincent do Paul Society, Xavier Union, Xavier Alumni Sodality, the Toung kirn's Roman Catholic Boncvo hut Association: ulso members of St. Rose's and Ht. Mary's Literary Associations are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, front his Iste residence, No. 118 Cannon st., on Monday morning, December 9, at eleven o'clockj thence to the church of St. Rose of Lima, where a solemn requiem mass will be offered for the repose of his soul. ?Tackson.?On Thursday, December 6, Harriet Thorn* Jackson. Relatives and friends are rcspeeifnlly invited In at tend her funeral, at the residence of her brother, James M. Jackson, ltd East '29th st., ou Monday, IV cembcr 11, at eleven A. M. Johnson.?At Brooklyn. L. I., on Sunday, Decem ber 8, 187*. Oscva Johnson, in the 74th yew of his age. Notice of funeral hereafter, Kr.xsi nr.?-On Sunday. December8, 187s. William KWtaiOT, aged 22 years and 0 months, at the resi dence of Ills father, Timothy Kennedy. IV Rose at. Troy and West Virginia papers please copy. Mount of funeral hereafter. KomiKir.n.?On December 7, in tlie until year of her age. Blanche CaLtNB, beloved wife of William Kottnielcr, and daughter of the late Louis Maurice Aubrrt. Jacksonville (FU.) anil Harrison (N. J.) papers please copy. * Laithi.?-On the 6th inst, of pneumonia, Kate, eldest daughter of Wm. A. and Sarah E. Lsing. aged fl v srs, 6 months, 7 dky s. Relatives and friends lire respi ctfnlly invited to at tend the funeral, from the residence of her parents, 6*2 I'th St., Holmkcn, Monday, 1Hh inst,, at cue p. M. Leo.?Ott Saturday morning, Rev. Ansel Leo, in the 72d year of his age. Funeral will take place from his late residence. No. 718 Madison av., this (Monday) morning, at ton o'clock. Friends of the family invited without further notice. Notice.?Tho members of the Hebrew Mutind Ben efit Society are notified that the tuneral of the Rev. A. Leo will tako place this (Monday) morning, at ten o'clock, from hia late residenee, 718 Madison av. A. H. VAN PRAAO. President, I,onn.?On Sunday, December 8, 1878, Matii.ua A, Low, in the flsth year of her age. Relative* anil friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, from the residenee of her aim-la-law, W. H. Heals. 1,119 Fulton av., Brook lyn, on Tuesday, December 10, at two P. Af. Lokwknhtkin.?On Sunday, ttie 8th inst., Leopold LoewenhtW*. in the 48(1 vi nr of his ago. Relatives and friends, also the members of tlie Con gregation Adath Israel. Washington Lodge. No. 19. I. (>. B. B.; Reuben Lodge, No. 8, I. O. F. S. of L, and Chcvra Keiltsha are respectfully invited to attend the tuneral, froiu Ills late residenee, 188 East 73d st., on Tuesday, the Rtth Inst.. at ten o'eloek A. M. Washington Lobqk, No. lit, I. t). B. B. Brltiirf.n ? Yon are hereto- requested to attend the funeral of our focoaMd brother, Leopold Locwi nstatu, from Ids rrsi ileneo, 1n:i East tVd st., on Tuesday, December 10, at ten A. M. JULIUS JONAS, President. . M< A> JJAAiut* tfcerttary, _ Lyons.? On gltWihy, the TtU inst., it hi* resi dence, 771 Second iiv., Thomas Lyons, agol 6 1 yean. A solemn lines of t< <|tii<-i11 will lx: offered for his eternal r qiusu iu tit. Gabriel's Church, East 37th ?t., on to-morrow morning at ten u'dtel. Hisrlmains will be removed to Calvary Cemetery lor interment at two o'clock P. M. uliarp. Ilia relatives awl frieuds 111(1 the lie tubers of St. Gabriel's ami St. James' T. A. 11. a x-ietiea are respectfully requested to attend. Mostoomkky.?OuSunday, Doceiuhcr ?, Jane Most iioin.ui', axed'70 yearn. The relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral, from the residence of her aoii-in-law, J. P. Bell, h'J 1st st., Tuesday aitcruoou. at oi)e o'clock. Mourns. ?(>u Siturday December 7, Catuhxk MoKltis, iu the Old year of her axe. Relatives ami friends are respectfully invited to at tend tiie funeral on Monday, December 9, at bulf-jutst one o'clock. McBuidk.?On Friday evening. December fi, of heart disease, Nellie A. McDkidk, aged 19 years, li mouths and 7 days. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral, on Monday, ut ouo P. M.. from her resilience. No. 223 Mulberry ut. interment in t'alvary Cemetery. McIntyhe.?On Saturday, December 7, lH7b, J ami: ?? McIntyrj;, in his H5th year. Funeral will take place from his late residence, 156 West 23th at., on Tuesday, the loth Inst., at one P. M. Niisthako.?On Friday evening, December C, 1879, at his residence, Now Utrecht, L. X., of Blight's disease of the kidneys, Timothy Nostrand, in the ti'Jd year of his age. Relative's and friends of the family are resportfullv iuvited to attend the funeral services at his late resi slenee, on Monday, December 9, 187H, at two o'clock P. M. Ogiien.?At Trenton, N. J., on Sunday, the nth init.. Rev. Thomas A. Okdkn, in the 77th year of hie age. Funeral from First 1'reshyterinu Church, Elizabeth, on Tuesday, liith iiist., at three o'clock. lioM.UK.?At New lloclicUc, on Saturday, D'cember 7, W.v-HiNOTOH Domain, iu his 57th year. The relatives and frit mls are invited to attend the funeral, lroiu liis late residence In New Koohelle, on Monday, December 9. at half-past one o'clock P. M. Kosknzweig.?On Sunday, December t?, Roma, wife of Ignatz Hosciizweig. Relatives and friends of the family, members of Congregation Ahuw uth Cliesel. Chevre Kadisehe Esor Litus Basoroh, Chevre Nosehitu Ziilkunitia, also Society Verciuigte llrueder end Mount Nuboh Lodge. No. 257, 1'. and A. M., are respectfully invited to ut tenil the funeral, from her late residence. No. 31 av. D, on Tue olay morning, December K?, at half-past. Uine o'clock. Hcoiieui.?On Sunday, Deeonibcr 8, Geoiuie G. 8cohei.ii, in the 3tth year of Ills age. Relatives and friends are respo 'ttully invited to at tend his funeral, at the residence of Mrs. Isaac Adriance, 129 F.ast 25th st., on Wednesday, Deecmber 11, at one o'clock. It is kindly requested thatfrieuds will not send flowers. Sn.VEHTHAU.?On tho 7th inst., after a short illness, LF.nror.n SilvkbthaU, aged <H years. Relatives, friends of tho family, members of Con gregation Rodof Sholcm, Temple Ahawatli Chesed, Clievra Ahuwuth Nosliotn, Chevra Bilcur Cliolim, Young Men's Association Congregation Ahawatli Chesed, Jael I.odge, No C, N. O. F. S.; Mount Neboli Lodge, No. 257, F. and A. M.; Centennial Lodge. No. 255, I. O. B, B., and Empire State Lodge, No. +121. I. O. O. F., arc respectfully invited to attend the funeral, fTom Ills Isle residence. No. 220 East tilst st., on Mon day, December 9. at ten A. M. No flowers. Mount Nebor Lodoe, No. 257. F. and A. M.? Brethren?Yon are respectfully requested to attend the funeral of Leopold, the beloved father of our brother, Abraham Hilverthau, from the late residence of the deceased, No. 220 East 61st st.. on Monday, De cember 9, at ten o'clock. By order of DAVID WILE, Master. Nathan Bkiu.iner, Secretary. Simpson.?Friday evening. December 6,1878, Jona than Simpson, tn'his 59th year, treasurer of the lite Bryant's Minstrels. Relatives and friends arc respectfully invited to at tend the tuiieral, at his residence, No. 214 East 62 1 st., Monday, December 9, Is7s, quarter to eleven A. M. Reniuhm will bo interred at Hohokus, N. J.; 1:45 train. . , Storck.?On Saturday, December 7, at twelve o'clock JlTLlKTTA, beloved wife of Fcrdiuaud Storck. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the fu neral. to-day. at one o'clock P. M., from 792 8th av. Tubkqviht.?.John A. Tcunqvirt, born in Sweden, beloved husband ot Louise Turuqvist, Saturday afternoon, December 7, aged CO years. Relatives and friends ot tlio family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, ou Tuesday, December 10, at one o'eloek P. M., from his residence, 910 2d av.. to Woodlawn Cemetery. Waudeniu'ro.?In Brooklyn, December 7. Fhied iuch, youngest son of George and Margretbe Warden burg, aged 1 year and 9 mouths. Relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, from tho residence of his parents. No. 322 Adclphi st., on Monday, Decem ber 9, at two o'clock. SALES AT AUCTION. * t'CTloSr SALE KIUJ1 HOUSEHOLD UURKITURK 1Y THIS (MONDAY) MORNING. AT In O'CLOCK, NO. 72 WEST l!?TH ST., BETWEEN r.TU AND UTU AYS. FOUR ROUND HTKINWAY PIANOFORTE, MAGNIFICENT UPRIGHT FIAN'O. CHAMBER SETS; LIBRARY, DINING FURNITURE: HRONZKS. CHOICE PAINTINGS; CARPETS: PARLOR SUITS IN SATIN. RAW SILK. ?REP, IM.USH AND HAIRCLOTH: ALSO INLAID CENTRE TABLES, TURKISH AND PERSIAN Kt OS AM) CARPETS: SUPERB MUSIC BOXES. FLAYING 12 TUNES, WITH BELLS AND CASTANETS. I.oun |frR, Ku*y Ulinim, Keeker*. ( rulru ?ml Cnn.ola Tablea, Library and Secretaire Bookcniteti, Library Table*, Do*k?, Mirror*. Curtain*, Clock*. Cabinet*. Etagefc*. BEDROOM FURNITURE. Kanlako ami Queen Ami* ?l)rlw: iiilnld gilt Hed*tcnd., Dre**ing Canoe, Bureau*. Waabatanda, Lounge*. aiarbla tap Table#, :il Imlr and kiii'Iiik Mutlreaaoo, Pillow*; rep, i>lio>h ami haircloth Suit*; Kxtenelon Table. Hnfl.it, Chair*, Silverware. Cutlery, ? Good* lioxed If required. J. I., TAKOEK, Ani'lioncer. Auction.?J. lucii s smith, auctioneer, \t ILL SELL, THIS DAY (MONDAY ), AT lOO'CLOCK, AT TUB PRIVATE RESIDENCE lli'i WEST ST.. NEAR ?TII AV? A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF M AO NIFIUENT HOUSE IIOL1) FURNITURE. PAINTINGS, HitllNZHS AND MANY RARE AND VALUABLE WORKS OF ART, SUITABLE FOR HOLIDAY PRESENTS; WEBER SOU A RE GRAND PIANOFORTE, STEIN WAY UPRIGHT PIANO, QUEEN ANNE AND KASTI.A K E CHAMBER SETS. LIBRARY AND DINING ROOM FUKNITI RE. Parlor suits, in satins, raw silks ?r the rich dpi'crljrtliHl, it)Um of \tiu? ami Ka*tlik#: m?r qMPtry Cabinet* mii4) Table*. PctLuttnl*. CobmiI^. I'ier nml Mailt. I Mirror*, iwitiipiw Hmnsci, S?vn?* ami Or run In Mantel Met a. Ornament*, larpj collei'tion of valuable Oil pAiutiue*, by uiH*t?*r artint-. CIIaMBEII SUITS, DRESSING Cawi. Hnreeu*. Hod s'cnili, ('liiffnBiierH. Wardrobea, Waahatatiii*. >*ty1#?s ?f KaMlnk*. l*oniN XIV.; hair Matti-fiu^s. *printc HmIs, Hoi alert. Pillow*, Blanket*, Suits in rt*p?i, Loun^r* ami Turk mil limit*. HriiNael* ami inicmiti Carpet *, Clock*. Mirrvra* Curtain*. Crib*. Bookntati'l*, |r.; l.ibrtn, Secretary ami Dwarf Bookc**0?. Table*, Bonk*. I .utiles' Kneritolru, At*. IH.VINlt KOOM.?Buffet, Kxtaiislori Tnbb\ rhalr* in leaf her. China ami < i Imb-wh r?\ * I* lot of Strr inj. nimI Plated Warn, Cutlery, llall Htundi, Chair*, Pir aitare uf Kitchen aud Servants Apart m out a, i Pt'TION 8ALB?PKHKMPTORV?TIIIB DAY. il THIS (MONDAY) MOK.NIXU, t'OMMKNCINU AT ID O'CLOCK, KAIN OR SH1NK, at labor popr story brown stonk mansion 1:11 WEST HTJI ST. NEAR UTII W., EXPENSIVE CABIXBT PI'ltNITl'ltR, TWO KLKGAX'T ItOSKWOOD PI ANOKOHTKS, PARLOR SETS. CHAMBER. LIBRARY' AND DINING ROOM SI ITS. Oil. PAINTINGS, BRONZES, MARBLE SETS. Parier* contain Suit* in aattfi and raw ?ilk*. Ea?t lake ami L* tiroclennu at vie*; marquetry Table-, Sieana Marble*, Pier and Mantel Minor*, "kMine (Ml Paint inur?. 14 pair* of ini|M?rted Bronre FIjrnreH, J Clock*. French make;m liola de roue Cabinet Pw?le*tala. .larilltilere*, Laee Curtain*, velvet and KntrlUh Carfiet*. Ea*y Chair*, l*outi)re*, Br. Chamber*??!'J *?*t* of *ol|d walnut lbnlntead*, Divisini,' Ca*?*. Bureau*. Wa*imtuml*. Wardrobe*, Bprlrig and lialr Mattrenae*, Pillow*, ingrain ami Brn**el* Carpet *, Kxten* *<oti Dining Table*. linnd*onio Buffet, cost $3*?: Chair*, Bookcase*. Desk*, silver a*id plated Tea Sets, china Dinner Seta. OlasHware, Kitchen and Servant*' Furniture. ALBERT KRAEMEK. Auctioneer, (tood* packed, shipped or removed if rt*ql1ttNl. A. ?GEORGE W. KEELKR. AUCTIONEER, ASSIGNEES S \LK OF THE PICTURE FRAME AND LOOKING GLASS MANUFACTORY OF W. X MILLER. Til" entire Stock ami Eflertaof the ihnee Manufaetorv, cnn-dMIng uf walnut, oik. v?ncer"d. nllf, colored ami |i"' pared Moulding*. Spandrel*. hoIIiI Oval*. Mould*. Pattern*. il?ling, SbufiitiK, Duller*..Engine, Roller. Eaebluary. Ofllci' F11 mlturv, Ac., will he ?<*Dt by auction on the nriMtiNa*. :I7?1 BROOME ST , NEW YORK. ? ON THURSDAY AND FRIDAY. Imcciolbr 12 and 12, coni'iienclnp at loHnVnak each Mat. . A. H. HOARDMAN. AmIkhm. "y -WtiRRIfT wp,KINS, AUCTIONEER. K *11. LI DLOW k ? o WILL HELL AT AUCTION ON WEDNESDAY, DLUEMHER 11, AT 11 O'CLOCK, at no. 7<!) Madison a v., ol< irant rnhinot Ami oilier .''nrnltore. made by lton\ Kim hall k Uahna, lle.ler and otliera, roan.line of Parlor, Dining Room ami Llhmry Hal., lU'datead*. Bureau., Ar mnlrc a Glare, Uhiffonl' i *. laiuiiite*. ran) ami arm Chair., flue Carpet*. Knirrmfujt., Mantel Se:?, curled hair Mat tri".*o* and H 'ddina, tflinndelierfc Ae. t'aialonnea and p< r mil* to alee thealiotnat the ntftce. of the auctioneer, U Pine at. and I,ISO Hreadea>, da> prevloa* to rale. ~4 t~AftrrioN, ~ J'VMV van TASSELL A KEARNEY. AUCTIONEERS, ON WEDNESDAY. DEI 'EMBER II AT II O'CLOCK, at the Stale Araenal. cerncr STitb at. and 7th ar. ' A inrte let ef anaerrlcMhle Ordnance siere*, con*l?iltie of I'nvalry and Infantrj' Kqnlpiiieiita, ttlothlnn, Mctul*. Rifle*. Hayonut*, Sahr*?. Pletola, Harncaat 24 Brea*e tinea (tt pnnederai; Haiinry \\ acoua. Traralllnit Forpo*. It Gun Carrlnire*. A Llmher. Metallic Hliella t."SI calibre , Ar., Ar, By order, UIIIEF t>F ORDS aNUE iIF STATE OF <>KM' YORK Catalogue* now m el), to he had at the Areonal or at the AtMtleneer'a nfllre. 22 Union ?quare i ? PETER BO WE, Aft TIGNKEK. 1V. .ell* Gil* day. It o'clock, at tlia prlrate retldenee No, 44 l'niver*lty place, het worn 11th and 12th ?ta., the en'ire Furniture of the abore reaidenre, ronaiatlus; of Parlor Suit*. Idaek walnut and Uottaga t'hamber Suite, black walnut Dic*?imr C?*ee nod Httreana, Mirror*. M a.li Hand*, imirlile top Cent re Table*, Wnrdrohea. black walnut Bed*teada, hatr end "prlng v ttre.*e*, Heddiotr, Hrit?*cl* end luvraiii Carpet*. Klteheu i ton.ll*. Ae. VT MATHEWS* ART ROOMS, fltt t'KDAIl ST., now on eah'blllon, a brilliant collection of RARE. VALUABLE AND t'MOICK BOOKS, ?tai.dard and mlacellatieoa*. in line hlndlnga, with .nperh IllnatraOon., In he ?old without roaerre. nt mietlnn, WKDNBSDAY, DECEMBER II. ut ONE Ot Lot'lc. DANIEL A. M ATIIKW S, Alt'TH IN EE II, .V, t'ml.r ?t. A UUTION KALE OF EURS," j,V oil acevnnt of retnoral, I he entire Stork of ladle*'and gen tlonteu * fine Fur* of the iiell renowned Arm. Philip Weinberg. 24?i Bowery, will be intd at pnhlle anetleii, w lthmit roaerve, eenimem inr Mendni, December n 2 o fWck aliarp. and rolltlgne nntM *old. LEO MBETXBEM, Auetiooeer. oSce Bill Brond way. I I ("HON NOTICE S*\t,K BY M A TtlPPINO A At'tt . .anrlleweer*. Monday , December It, at I'l1, o'eloek. nt i? :.Ht tttli *r. l ontlnuaflon of Battbrupt *ai of IV) Good, and I am y Good*, ami ImmcdiaMlir tlttrwClor, at No IVI Hod...It *? . stock in that atoro. B) order ol A* 9t2U?c* in BankiuptCy. HYLKH AT AI'CTIOS. ^4 -RICIURO WALTERS hoN.S, AlVT!oNhKKs"T J\ . inert guge salt*?will *ell Monday, at ;i!l Ut# liABtiKma1 Furniture in private re* i deuce N*i. 14* East sr., \iz.. two cuegoat Parlor Suits, Pier Mirrors, hand mmb<* rosMLW'otHl Kf figure*. .Secretary H..?.kca*e, Manful ( !?K-k. very line Oil Paintings. Lace Curtain*, ro?cwoo<l I p right Piano, IntudiHiiuo black walnut Bedroom Furniture, lwiir Mattress**, Lounge*. Velvet. Bru*?el* ftiul ingi.iiu Carpet*; Kitchen and Dining Kooru Furnituro, |te.; sal# positive. By order ui' Attorney. V?TINIS JOHNSON, \l CTIONKEK, * # old stand, 37 Nassau si. ON MONDAY, DECEMBER 9. AT 11 O'CLOCK, 11AXDSOME llol SKIIOI.D KITRXITCRE, contained in the French Hat Ur2 WEST 47T1I ST., ColtXEK *TH AY., COMPRISING KXGLf>H BODY HKI SSKLS CARPETS. Mirrors, Parlor and Bedroom Suits. P.tinting*, Also, by order of the executors, line jrold \S atcii, Chain, 4%e. ON MONDAY AND TCKSDAY, DEC KM BE R 9 AND 10, AT II ofHOCK EACH DAY. ut our salesroom, *17 Nassau *t.. BALK oK OIL PA I NT 1 \ <1S, in rich s?dd frames, landscapes, murine and sporting sub jects, figure pie* ??*, Ac. k ?OLD POST OFFICE AlCTfON ROOMsT ./\ ?BlCHTEU A Tl ITS Dx C W KUoti, Auctioneer), MONDAY, at I P. M.. Japiiitciie ami Holiday uihhIn. WKDNESDAY. at 111A \L. >?**igiic ? 'a **?!?? of largo stock of efegaut Mirrors', FHRucm, Paintiugs, Chroma*, Ac. ^ ?K. W STRATTOX, Auct"oimer, sells this day, at *11 o'clock, at MR East 13<h *t., four new Parlor Suit*, six Lounge*, lot of Bedsteads, Sew lug Machine. Dr?>??hig Case*. Ward, ohos, Buffet. Ex tension ruble, lot of Engravings, Cottage Suits, Hall Stand. Clock. Mattresses, Stoves and Kitchen I'I on* it*. These goods are positively without any re servo whatever. 4"CCTloN ok "toys, glasswakk. vases, TWO ^1.elegant top Wagons, at the l'a*uar, J?K? 11 itdann at., at 12 M. t<? day. CORNELL A SMKTII, Auctioneers, BISSELL A WELLES, ACCT!< >XKKIt& ~~ ~ TCKSDAY, December 111, at HI o'clock. Large special and pnremptorv sale of fine Krench and decorated China: Rohetniaii Class Vases and Cologne Sot*. Ac., ? at our rooiua, 83 Chit tuber* and ti? Ituudc st. Also 350 lot * Toys. Fancy (Jo >d?, Dolls, Ac., comprising full assortment for the trade. B Y SCOTT A MYERS, AUCTIONEERS, 6 PINE ST., THIS DAY (Monday>, at 10 o'clock, at t^o private residence, 28 West 35th St. Peremptory sale. Fine parlor and dining room Furniture. Piano. Auhusson, Moquct and Brussels Carpets; Mirrors, Dfuporlfs. Loco Cur tains. elegant Ornaments, Bronzes. Statuary, flocks. Oil Paintings. Pictures, Chandeliers, Ac.: Crockery, HI as* ware. Kitchen I'tensile, Ac. Catalogue* at sale. * BY JOHN A Dr X \. auction K K It. ?TUIS dTy, lO'i o'clock, 555 11 lit jiv., the content* of Lager Beer Sa lo<?n?Counter, Back Bar, Chairs, aquaro and mtind Tables, Stoves. Icebox, Ac.: no reserve. Dealers Invited. BY JOHN A. D C X N, A C CTIO N K E R. ?S PEC IA l71SALE of l,2fV) yards of hotel Carpet*, to-morrow (Tuesday, 11 o'clock, at 59 Croat .Tones *t., consisting of Mnuuoi, Velvet*, Body Brussels, Ac. More particulars Tuesday's Herald. V ROBERT HAYDOCK, SON~A co AUCTION KERR No. (?College place, on WEDNESDAY, December II, PACKAGE GLASSWARE, FANCY GOODS, AC., including 1UD lot* II AVI LAND'S DECOR ATED CHINA. B B V It. A. YOIWU. AUCTIONEER. Sale 'I HIS I) VV, ?t I'.'k, ut salesroom K'> Nassau ut.. Lot of new and second It .ltd Kiirnituro. /1 W. ELTON. AUCTIONEER. WILL SELL THIS vVadoy. II o'clock, domestic and liov.no Cigar*. Old IV.t Office Salesrooms, < Vdur, corner N...at; at. IPDWARD ROHKSt K. A SON. AUCTIONEERS. !* GRAND HOLIDAY SALE ot Kirictlv new otiil very elegant rcot Bmnxe., oleeant Kreach Clock* nnfl Mantel Sets, artistic l'nrcaloiita ond Pot teries, mid tlir latest novelties in trilt, oxidized and brass Purls and Vienna < Inn (la. Now on inhibition ?t NO. ttMl BROADWAY. To bo Bold positively on Wednesday,Thursday ond Kriday, ll <1 eVIork Melt tlaf, Ladies ore especially invited to cxuminc these reiUl> snperh (luodo. fOLTON. AIIOTIONKKR. .will tell en Tf'KSDAY, Doccinbor lO. ot 11 o'clock, ot i ">4 Went 17tl< St., corner of 7th or. Second ond chioititt <;ut stilo of nil tlio finiahod Stock of Kent .t Strnlton, ennsiatltiK of ohont 1<*> rich Rnrlor Suit, of nil tlio modern st.vlea, corkred In rnw ailk, topeotry, rwpo, brocafelle, ploin ootio, brocotle tmtln, Ac.; Isnnises, Turkish Choirs, Dining Uo<;m Suits, Ac. Sole ob-olute, ollei'intr hii opportunity to the trade uml nil otliors to pur ehose. Tlie k<um1? con be seen on Monday with cotoloRuea. Cntalie^ues also at tlio office of the Auctioneer, AtNt Broad way. / 1 RtKlRRIEH.?CI1AS T. LKV1NKSS. AllTIONKE*, XTBella Monday, HI.',, ut 7u New Cliambera at., lorgo os ?ortmenl Canned (looiU. Spices. Klnnr,Coffee, Toos. Picklos. (lurdoti A Dllworth 1'reaerses. Sordino, Vbeose, import?d Delirncius, Km Us, Starch, Soap, Klxtarss. Scoles, Coffee Mill. Ac. Goods Kuumntecil s* represented. B. HERT A SONS. AUCTIONEERS. ' IMPORTANT SALE OK ORIENTAL ART, tho collection of the Turkish Hosor Company of Con*tuntinople and Smyrna, COMPRISING Tl'RKISH. PERSIAN AND EC.TPTIAK ART IN EVERY POSSIBLE VARIETY. Now on exhibition until time of sole at the HERTS' ART ROOMS. S3 UNION SQUARE. Embracing soma nf theflne.t specimen, ever exhibited in this country in embroidered Table, ciisir ami PlaaoCovers, Hofn ('usbinne, antique Etryptinn Sill .ond Kinbreirteriea, modern nnd oneietii RiiuBimd Corpeta. Boirdud Ctirtoins iin/i Portions, old Turkish und Kayptiuu Brontes, Coins, Armor, Oltar of Roses ond other Citriositio*, wliicii will bo f.'iiud worthy the e.peeiol attention tl eonnoixnenrs. Tlio entire collection will lie Mold ot auction, positively without any reserve or limit whatever, ON TUESDAY. DECEMBER 9, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER l<>, AND ? THURSDAY, DECEMBER II. at II oVloek each day. at the Herts' Art Hooin*. :<?"? Union sqnaro. H B HURTS A RON, Auctioneer*. II. IS. WKINBEKUKlt, API THINKER . ? On MONO VY. UccfmhtT 9, at lof, o'clock, at private residence No. MM 2d av? tl?? entire t,?ntM>l Kuraiturr, Hrtii*?! Carpets, A?.,of a fam ily declining housekeeping. comprising Pier Mirror, SI good Parlor Suit*. I Buffet. Parlor, Bedroom and Hall Carpet a; Bed* mihI Boddiug, Bureau*, Tables, net. Sal? positive; no reserve. Healer* especially invited ISIDORE IIKJMCU, AH'TlONKKK.?loll.N .1. LISSNKK I will Hell, l<? o'clock, 7D Cortlundt *t , contend, of first rlt?v* Restaurant ? vU., Hroil?r, Steamer, Coffee I'm and St ?am Tit l?l?, copper .store, Tahiy*. Chairs. Castors, Oyster Har, Bur and Hack Bar. Crockery, Cutlery, (? lass ware, stained gli\*s Weather Doors, Lincnware, lias 1*1 at urea. Partition, ?Vc.; in lota. ISIDORE IIIRSCI1. ACCTlONKKR. OrKfCK ldrt~2D I*r.. *vll*. |i?lt o'clock, Ml 1<Mil av., splendid fixture* of saloon, black wtlntd Bar, Tables. Chairs, Ac., eight fool sii vcrpiated Showcase, peel lively in lots. Healers invited. J HOW A HI* MVINliSTON. ACcf HUNKER?UVlNor ?SToN .V CO. 'oflic? IH Pin? st.' w ill sell at iiuctloti, tli'i da*. II A. M at southeast corner lltli av. and 27th at., by oidcr H. B. Hack. Attorney for Mortgagee, two looms, mil Warping Table and Warping and Doubling Spools, all new, I oil N A. DUNN. AUCTIONEER. SKLESATUXKCKU e| Storage Warehouses, West U4th at., corner 8th av.# Monday. KM, o'clo* k. one eloyant Bookcase, folding pat. cut Child's Crib, Beds, Bedding, Blankets. Bolsters, Pil low*. Oitllts, Sheets, hair nud husk Mattresses, velvet mid Brussels Carpets, Cutlery, Plated Wat?, cut Olass Ware, Crockery, Clothing. Trunk*. Cheats. Pranch and other Clock*. Engraving*. Statuettes, Medicine Chests, Double Sh'?t (Sun : being n nice assortment of goods. PAWNBROKER'S SAUE.-S. ??*IRCSKI. ViKNKRAU Auct'oueer, 422 fill ton st.. Brooklyn. ?ell? this day, at II o'ch ck, BHD lots Dresses, Shawl*, llcmnaiis, Oitiits, Blankets, Bedding, Boots. Shoes. At II o'clock. Coats, Pan**, Vests. Ac. By order .1. J. Martin. ki'J Myrtle a v. On Tl KSDAY. December IO, soft lots .geld and sllrar Watches, Jewelry. Ac. By ordac A. J. He iiiev, Clickeuer A Co. and J. J. Martin. PAWN BROKER'S SAKE-THOMAS J. McGRATIL Auctioneer. l."?w Chatlinui at., corner Mulberry, w ill sell this day. II o'clock. 7<*Het? men's and women's Clothing, Dress?*. Shawls Henittsitts, (guilts. Blankets, Balding, Boot*. Shoe*. Ac.; also Coats. Pant* and Vests Hy order If. Schlang A Hto.. Bust Broadw ay. PAWNBROKER'S SALE.?JAM KB At* A R. AUCTION* ?cr, will sell tnl* day, at salesroom '.*4 Bowery, st 11 o'clock,'am lots of men's and women's Clothing, Sheets, Spreads. Blanket a. Quills. Beds. Pillow s. Boots. (Sailers; also Coats, Pantaloons and Vesta. By order of Oeorge Cud* lipp..vjl Rest 121k st. 1> \WNBKOkr.ll'S S \ UK -WATCH KS A .IBWK1?RT. R. PIKED. Auctioneer. 152 Canal at., arm s#ll THIS DAV, at II o'clock. Tint lots a gold and silver Watcbei, diamond and gold Jewelry. Pint, Kings, Earrings, gold Hoard, rob and Vest ? Chains Ac , Ac., also Opera (Basses, Silver Waio (inn*. Pistols, S?lcd Inrtrumonta, on ? ".ortmrn: of Hooka, Ac., Ac Hy lW*f. Aaron., It?7 <ir?nd ?t. Oil (MP HrHWKIXBUtU, AOCTfONKKK rtKl.LH. II I o'clock, tho wml ma^nldront FIxNtm of Hutchcr'a fh?|i I f',1 nv. A. corner 11 Ik "Uf B?rht*. Ilick I'kwtw, Hack., Block., Hoak., Howf Trava, all walnut ami aaliwoud; rich (ia* Fixture., Rtalc, Xalvoa, t'leaveri, Ac.; p<nltiv,>lj ill lot a. K IHKKT HUMBKT II.I.K, AITTIONKK K. ornci 74 rx i vkkhity place. THE HAI.E OK THE REASON. kS Tl'KSHAY. IH'.i KM MK K IO, AT 11 A. M.. A I.I. rilK MAONlrOKNT I I IIMTI UK IN HIS Nl I'KI'.H MANSION NO. :.l WhsT :t4TH HT ? DHATVINO ROOM. I'AIIl<OR, DtStNU ANI? HKU BOOM si its. MAUK HY HKKTKR BROTHERS AMI Hol'X. OR MKRPIALt.Y IMI*OKTKI? FROM I'AKIHt KH'tl A.X.MINHTKK, At MlH*mN AND TED VET t'ARPHTM; OoMTLV 111 KTAIXH, ARTIBTIO HHONXKA I MANDKLIKM*. MIRKOKs. HI TON'S AM) I l.KINUT'i.N S SI1.VKK I "LATE, At.. AO. V RASE OI'KORTl'NITY IS tOFKKKD PER ciiamkrm in the peremptory sale or thin SI I'NKH KI'KMTI UK. NMIH'H W U.I, BE ON EX HIHITION Til HAY FROM 11 A.M. HERIKKS hai.k.-van t.ahsei.i, a kkarnev" sllKIMKK's M'l'TliixKEKS. MrIIJL RKMi ON TUESDAY, DkoRMHRI Hi, AT It O'OlXM'K, Al HMtrMAI KMRtMIM, 'XI I MOD Syl AKK. 4tli av., noar IMh j) A I.ARUR ANSORTSRXT OF DIAMONDS I'ovsisT. 1NO OF HOI.ITAIKK AND Cl.l STKR DIAMOND SETS, I.ailio*' Hroarh Sola, In rHamoiiiiv and |warla; Karrlni(?, t*lua, XiH-klarra, Klnca, Shawl I'lna. flrnta' Hcarf IMna, Html., Rrra?t|iln*. Klnu*. in iliamnada. ttoarla, ???yx. ru blaa, aaanhlre. Barnoia. frnm dm liiluHlf lli>M MttfyL Ai , At'. HKnXARH MflU4f, MmW Rem Doner, Dopnly. rpiloMAS SHONOOOD, AUCTION EE R, SKI.I.S "THIS J day. I0i, <Trlii. li. at J?l av A. for a narty iWllniiiu Imal n..?a IdrR, Stuck nf all klnila iifrTnyp, Holla. Ilarnini, Rain hnr>i?; al?o I'rorhrr.v, Vn???, laUMa, l'lKIO", l'l|i Rika, oinadwnf*, I'uHary, Tin, Iron, WiimnR ami Willow H air: foin larso Slmwi a?r?; atnrk of avrr !*4,I?W, In lota. Hralrra invllml. ITXHKR THE I'KoVlslnXS OK A DKED~OK TRI'ST |j or niorfga^r, ilHtal Dlkamtaff I, IK77, fnada In ua ifl truatiw. bjr ihr llnilml Stale. Cor-. I C. inpan), wv will mil, at public auction, at No. .V4I Weal iltd at., New Turk ci*?, on tin- M d?5 of MkMtf, 1H7H, al 10 o'clock A. .*.. nil IM Machincrv, Kquipinont. and lit bar Kroporty of aalU com pany .rt forth In and covorod by .aid tru.t deed. A ached nlo can ho aeon at the odlce of themmpanv By KHM W'llKM'K K. H. AjdMrOOVS, I A SOX, AncHooo-ta. X W . T H \ f II. % 1 petrd Vrw Yi.uk, l?rc. 4, 1*7* li'I I.I.I AM NHIIOTl. *1 fTWNKKII. 1VIM, OKl.t." ON tl tola .la.. a I - o'clock, af l ho auction ?. in. Al il,e*. krr at .Hto | onlenta of a l-lqnor stora, rutno. nl lor tout ai.leRtm m .ale, walnut Couattra, Tables, Clialra, OUtsoara, Htove, braae Fan seta, Ac.