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THE NEW YORK HERALD.
WHOLE NO. 15,458. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1878.-TR1PLE SHEET. PRICE THREE CENTS DIKECTOKY FOlt ADVERTISERS. HERALD BRANCH OFFICE, 1,265 BROADWAY? Ol'EN DAY AND NIGHT FOR RECBPTION OF ADVERTISEMENTS AND SALES OF PAPERS. AMUSEMKNTS-Ist Page?5th and Uth coll. ASTROLOGY?2o Rack?5th col. BILLIARDS?1st Page?Htli col. BOARDERS WANTED?2d Fags?2d sod 3d coll. HOARD AND LODGING WANTED?20 Pag*?8d col. BROOKLYN BOARD?2o Pack?Hd col. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES-Uth Pao*. BUSINESS NOTICES?7th Pauk-UiIi col. CITY REAL ESTATE FOR SALE?2o Page?lit col. CLERKS AND SALES ME N-12TI1 Page?*th col. CLOTHING?2l> Pack?5th col. COACHMEN AND GARDENERS?12TH Page?4th col. COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS?12th Page?5th audttth cols. COPARTNERSHIPS?11 Til Fagk. DANCING ACADEMIES?1st Page?Uth col. DENTISTRY?2o Page?Uth cel. DRY GOODS?1st Pauk?4tli col. DWELLING HOUSES TO LET, FURNISHED AND UN FURNISHED?2u PAGK?lit Col, EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS?12-ru 1'auk?5th ooL EUROPE?7tii Page?6?h col. EXCURSIONS?12th Pack-OUi col. FINANCIAL?11th Page FOR SALE?2d PAGK-Uth col. FURNISHED ROOMS AND APABTMENTS TO LET?2d Pack?lkt mid 2d cols. FURNITURE?2i> Pack?titli col. HELP WANTED? FEMALES?Lira PACK-Sd and 4th coll. HELP WANTED?MALES?12th Page?4th and 5th coll. HORSES, CARRIAGES. AC.?1st Page?3d and 4th cola. HOTELS?2o Page?3d col. HOUSES, ROOMS, PLACES OF BUSINESS. AC., WANTED?2o Page?2d col. INSTRUCTION-Ist Page?4th col. LOST AND FOUND?1st Page?Utenl. machinery?2d page?uth c?i. Marble MANTELS?12th Page?Utheol. MATRIMONIAL?12th Page?tttli coL MEDICAL? 12th Page?Uth col. MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING?1st Page?4th col. MUSICAL?1st Page?4th coL NEW PUBLICATIONS?7tu Page?Uth col. PERSONAL-ist Page?1st col. PIANOFORTES. ORGANS. AC.?1st Page?3d col. POST OFFICE NOTICE?1ST Page?4th col. PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES? 12th Page?3d col. PROPERTY OUT OF T1IE CITY FOR SALE OB TO RENT?2d Page?1st col. REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE?2d PACE-lst coL REAL ESTATE WANTED?2d l'AGE-lst col. REWARDS?1st Page?1st col. SALES AT AUCTION?1st Page?4th and 5th cols. Situations wanted?females?ran Page?1st, 2d and 3d cols. IIUATUINS WANTED?MALK8-12TII Page?4th col. SPECIAL NOTICES?1st Page?1st und 2d cols. (PORTING?DOOH, BIRDS, AC.?1st Page?3d col. THE TRADES?12th Page?'Jth col. TO LKT FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES?2n Page?1st col. TRAVELLERS' GUIDE?12th Page?Uth col. UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? 2n Page?2d col. WANTED TO PURCHASE?1st Page?Uth col. WATCHES, JEWELRY. AC.-2D Page?5th col. WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OR TO LET?2d Page?1st col. YACHTS. STEAMBOATS. AC.?lOm PAOK-Uth col. ? PERSONAL. _ _ A GENTLEMAN. 32," EXCELLENT FAMILY. BUT RE^ duced circumstances, would like to moot ? lady of high est respectability. BON AMIE, Herald office. G' BOBOE AND ART HUR BALL?YOU It FATHER died in Dublin last June. Please communicate with your friends. H H. W.?YOU DO ME INJUSTICE. CALL AND I ?will explain everything. ALICE. INFORM ATION~W A NT E D-<) F PATRICK M'GLOIN. A cooper by trade. Any one knowing of such a person will please address MARTIN MrGLOlN, currier of Hudson uv. and Wllloughby St., Brooklyn. St. Louis papors please ropy JOHN SHEPHERD, LATE OF CLOUGHKB, COUNTY Tyrone, Ireland, was buried Sunday, 15th, In Green wood, from his cousin's houso, E. PlniiRrun, 2UU West 19th It. K ICK1?HAVE REMOVED-, MAKE APPOINTMENT through "Personals." KICK. MRS. NILL1E C N, FORMERLY OP 28TII ST.? If lu city please send address to FRIEND, Herald Up town office. M RS. TOPPING?PLEASE SEND ADDRESS. F. C., box 1,771 Pout ollice. R ?NOTE RECEIVED LATE. WRITE AT ONCE. Make appointment us aoon us poaailile. R. w ILLIAMSHUHC?W. H. T.. JR.-IF YOU DO NOT wish your mother's dcuth return or write. W. H. T. LOST AND FOUND. ^ EiST?MONDAY EVENING," CORNER OF 14TH STl nd 3th nr., a black silk painted Fan, black handle, with ?mall bird on end The finder will be well rewarded by leaving it at Hotel llrunawick. LOST?ON "MONDAY AFTERNOON. IS MACY'S ?torn, a mink MulT A suitable reward for the return to C. M.. with the Herman :'?vlugs Bank, corner of 14th at. and 4th uv. L" OUT?ON DECEMBER ft,~A "DIAMOND CLUSTER Rintr. Ftndor will be aultably rewarded on returning tame te 100 Allm at. Lost?a yawlboat, clinker built- got adrift from firat lauding, Htaten Inland, on Mouday sight, 10th lust.; belonged to pilot boat Charles II. Mar aball. No. 0. A liberal reward will be paid for its return. Apply te JOHN W. A VERY, 300 Water at.. New York. Lost.?notice is' hereby uiykx that certi ficate Ne. 0.070, dated December 20. 1S41I, for ten shares ?anital stock Bank of Cotuiuerce, in New York, In name of bophia A. Uroiutiiall, has beon lost or destroyed, and that application has been made te said bank to Issue a new cer tificate in lieu thereof. All persona are. therefore, called upon te show cause why such new certificate shall uot be issued. LOST?BETWEEN FULTON ST. AND ST. DENNIR Hotel, ou Tuesday, 17th iuat., a gold Locket: letter "M." eugraved ou agutr setting. Finder will be rewarded by leaving same with C. E. .MERRILL. 70s Broadway. IOST-A BUNCH OK KEYS. WORN SIXPENCE ON Jriug. vicinity of litli St. and Broadway. Suitable reward ou return to 17 East Wk. L~ OST?A COLD-WATCH, CHAIN AND LOCKET; number of watch, 46,ttt)2; letter "U" on case; monograin on locket, "II. II.'" $01) rewurd und no questious asked about Itjf returned to H. UBKKNHAOEX,349 East 17th st. RKWARUN. RSVPAItD.-BLAfflC ANtl^AN"D66 ?5hY; RED nd I*lack collar on. Return to H2t) ltd uv. fiPBClAL XOTKES. ?Louisiana state "'lottery* company.? 13. A. lOtTH MONTHLY GRAND DISTRIBUTION, NEW OR LEANS, JANUARY 14. 1,867 PRIZES. TOTAL, $110.4U0. CAPITALS, $30.(Ak), $10,(00, $r.,(0), AC. 100,000 TICKETS,TWO ($2) DOLLARS; HALVES, ONE ?1) DOLLAR. APPLY TO M. A. DAUPHIN. POST OFFICB BOX IW2 NEW ORLEANS, LA.; OB H. L. fLUM. 319 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. A.~AURAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAWING ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY. December 14. Only ls.OOO tickets issued. Pint Prise $900,000 Second Prise I< S.I.UOO Tliird Prise fiO.UlO Fourth Prise 25,DUO Teu Prises <$!(?01?? each) Im.iSKI Twelve Prises t$fi.OOO each) OO.IWO 4BU Prises ($i,tr?i eacli) 4MB.IM) 0 Approximation Prixrs ($2,1* ?J each I 1M.IM' V Approximation Prises ($1,000 each) ti.iu) 2 Approximation Prises ($1.UU) eacii) 2,000 632 Prises, amounting to $1,360,0(0 Tickets, $100; Halves. $60; Quarters. $26; Tenths, $10; Twentieths. $'? Kentucky State Lottery. December24. Whole Tickets, $1. Louisiana State Littery. January 14. Wholes. $2: Halves. $1. Prises cashed. Full Information of above sent tree. J DUFF a CO., Bull kern, 42 Nassau at.cpmer Liberty, New York. M A "?VAN BKIL'8 "RYE AND ROCK" IS TIIK ONLY uVsgeuuiue. It is a sovereign remedy for roughs, colds, ?atarrh, bronehitis, at also tor lung, throat and voeal altbc tlous. Sold by reputable druggists und at depot. it. VAN HEIL, I MM Chamber* St. ?PINE WINES AND LIQUORS FOR FAMILIES ?at lowest market prices, delivered freo in city or vicinity. Sherries, $3 per gallon uud upward; Brandies. $0 per gallon upward; Irish and Scotch Whiskeys, Jamaiea and St. Croix Rums, by the bottle, gallon orca-k. N. VAN BEIL, UN Chambers at., botweeti Broadway aud Church at. ?MY FOUR-YEAR OLD RYE AND BOURBON ?Whiskeys, $4 per gallon, $1 per large bottle; admitted lobe the best in the world at price. N. VAN BEIL, KM Chambers, south side, between Broadway and Church st. 4 "?LADIES ARE INVITED TO USB VAN llKILS .JXVRye and Rock" as a tonle; acknowledged the best. Por sale by druggists and at ilup<H, MM Chamber* st. Price |1 per large bottle; delivered free. "TtTKNTION !?THIRTY YEARS' PRUSSIAN AND /XAiuerlcan practice; apoeialtles, diseu-es or men and Iocs of meuhvod; eousultatlou free. Dr. JACOBY, Itil Bluerker si DVICK FBBB.?DR. WHITENBAD, PROFESSOR OF Midwifery. Safe ami satisfactory treatment guaranteed. 216 East 46411 Ik, near 3d av. "a LL SPECIAL COMPLAINTS CERTAIN,-SAFE AND -f \ permanently cared to either sex. Dr. COX, 2U2 East llllli st. _____ __ Attention, patientsi?consult dr. pbotin.34 Bond St.: 2(1 rears' experience; ail diaeaaes, akiu dis orders. nervous debility radically cured. All" diseases of men. whatever the cause, recent or loog standing, speedily and permi ??Oily cured by Drs. DYER A UHINDLE, 47 West 13th It., near dill av. A?MKILFl'L TREATMENT FOR ALL COM PLAI NTH ?board and nuralng. Dr. and Mute. SKLDKN. 221) Lax ktgtou av. A DIVORCE LEGALLY AND QUIETLY IN Ml DAYS for parties from any State in United States and State loans; any cause; reasonable term*; con ?ii I tall ens tree. MUNUo aDamh. Attorney, lo-4 Broadway. Hush MM fibe plackh.-lauok and li.e but stock of brats Fenders, Andirons, Fire Sets. Coal I, Bellows. Ae . of antique aud modern design, suitable for holiday presents, retailing nt wholesale prices until leuuary 1. J. S. CONOVEK A CO.. 3bb aud BOM Canal st. [HOUGHTON'S INVIGORATING SYltUP CURES latuiuacb. liver, kidney diseases, weakness. Ae.; also re ?tores manhood; 26c. Advice free. OUiee (S) Wast 4tli st. ("Tat ARB'S! " " ? J Deafaaaal Ear Dlaehargesl Asthma and Throat Affsstlon*.?luveterate rases solicited; permanent cures effected: no charge fur examination or consultation; responsible city und counirt' references; fees moderate. Dr. CAMPBELL, 170 Luxlngcm av.. near 31st ?i Houra, # to 1 and 6 to 8. Saudays, 10 to 12 M. BI <? SPECIAL. NOTICES. CATARRH," DEAFNESS, EAR DISCHARGES. Immediate relief and permanent cures effected in the must aggravated cases by Dr. I.Hi ItTHILL, No. t! West -tub st. References of tlie highest character from some of the most iuUuuntial and prominent resideuts of Now York, y to 1 ami 5 to 7. IVOKlKS QUIETLY FOR DESERTION, AC.; advice free. REED'S Law Agency, 1 College place, cor ner Harclay, two blocks west Post ottlce. DIVOKCE8~8PEKIHLYOHTA INEO.?XBRMH 8UPKR lativelv reasonable; CONSULTATIONS free. FRED ERICK I. KING, Lawyer, 6 Saint Mark's place, adjoining Peeper institute. DR. RICORD'8 ESSENCE OF LIFE RESTORES MAN liood to the debilitated in four weeks; failure iiupussi ble; $3 per case. Druggists supplied. Solo agent. Or. J. JACQUES, 7 University placu, Now York. Dlt. UPHAM'S PILE ELECTUARY MAY BE USED in all cases of piles, whotlior internal or external. The Electuary Is a scientific agent, and will, by proper use, in. sure a permanent cure. Tlie Electuary is purely vegetable. Sold bv all druggists. Depot, 30 East 4th st. J^XTKAOKDINAKY DRAWING of the ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY. DECEMBER 24, 187& $1,350,000 distributed. Capital prise, $500,000. All prises cashed by C. VIADERO A CO.,'Bankers, I Now st.. New York. Liberal rednction allowed. E XTRAOKDINAKY DRAWING of the ROYAL nAVANA LOTTERY, DECEMBER, 24. 1878. ONLY 18,000 TICKETS. 532 prises, amounting to 1.350,000 pesos. For further particulars address M. A. MARTINEZ A CO., Baukert. 10 Wall st., basement. New York. Extraordinary drawinu-royal Havana. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 24. CAPITAL PRIZE. $500,000. 1 PRIZE OF $110,000. 1 PRIZE OF $50,000. 1 PRIZE OF $06,000. 11) PRIZES OF $10,000. 12 PRIZES OF $5,000. 405 PRIZES OF $1,000, TOTAL AMOUNT OF PRIZES, $1,350,0:0. WHOLES, $100. HALVES. $50. TWENTIETHS. $5. ONLY 18,000 TICKETS. JACKSON A CO. Bankers. 82 Nassau at., near Fulton. E" YtRAORDINARY DRAWING?ROYAL HAVANA*. Deceinhor 24.?Capital, $500,000; una of $100,000; dt>. $50.00; one $25,000; ten of $10,000. Whole ticket, $100; half, $50; twentieth, $5. B. NATHAN, 181 and 838 Broadway. Havana drawsYVkcembkiim.?tickets, $iuo, $2. St. Stepheu, Now Brnuswlck, December 30. Cap Hal, $25,000. Whole Tickets, $1. FIELD A CO.. 1,212 Broadway. K." C1IRISTMAS DRAWING. $ II 5555 000 000 000 $$$ 11 55 00 0000 UO 00 00 f $ 115555 0? 010*1 OOOl 00 $$$ 11 55 00 0000 ( 000 1 0 FOB $ $11 55 00 OCOO 0000 00 $$$ 1155 55 00 OCOO 0000 00 $ 11 555 <$ 000 000 000 $ 888 000 0C0 000 $$$ 88 88 00 CO00 COCO (XI S 8 88 88 00 00 0 ) 000) 00 $$$ 888 00 00 00 ( 000 (0 FOR $ $88 88 OO OOOO 0000 00 88$ 88 88 00 00 00 0000 00 $ 888 <$ 000 000 000 .I?3? 000 000 000 $$$ 55 00 on00 0000 00 f $ 6555 0 1 0(100 000 > 00 $$$ 55 oo (tioo 0Q00 (O FOB | $ 55 (10 0(100 DOCK) 00 $8$ 55 55 00 00oo 0000 00 S 555 <?> 000 OOO 000 IN THE KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY. IN THE KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY, WHICH DRAWS TUESDAY, DECEMBER 24. WHICH DRAWS TUESDAY, DECEMBER 24. 1 ? II 11 $ $ u $ $$ li $ $u 9 $$ it $ u $ i n i? ii 9 i i 11 II $ 11 1 $11 II $ u i 11 1 11 t it U li I 11 $3 it U I tn it If <1 1 11 AS THERE ARE ALSO 1.HB1 OTHER PRIZES, AMOUNTING TOGETHER TO 887.025, THIS WILL BE A SPLENDID INVESTMENT AND ALSO M AKK A VERY ACCEPTABLE CHRISTMAS PRES. ENT. ? WHOLE TICKETS $1. Secure your Ticket* in time. WILLIAMSON A CO., GENERAL EASTERN AGENTS, 599 BROADWAY, NEAR HOUSTON ST., NEW YORK. Branch office id Broadway, Williamsburg. ?OFFICIAL KENTUCKY STATE DKAWINGsT" .KKNTITKY? KXTliA CLAW, SO. 097?PKCKMKU 17, 1878. 51, 43. 48, 35, 05. 9, 23, 20, 32, 00, 30, 24. I, 04. KKKTl'CKY?-CLASS *0. 098.?DKCEUUKR 17, 1878. 41, 20, 49, 39, 00, 30. 29, 05. 72, 52, 9, 24, 74. SIMMONS A DICKINSON. Monagors. tlKOKOIA STAYS?KXTRA CLASS SO. 717? DKCKMSKK 17. 187H. 48, 78, 72, 4, 28, 10, 03, 38, 31, 30, 35, 14 5 59. UKOIU1IA STATS?CLASS NO. 718? DKCKHBKK 17, 1878. 5. 20. 27. 15, 70, 19. 34, 50, 49, 58, 52, 10, 32. K. D. EDDY A CO., Mauagors. Information given regarding the above drawing*. Apply to CLUTK A CO., Bankers, 200 Broadway, rear offico. ?EXTKAORDINABY DRAWING ROYAL HAVANA .DECEMBER 24- CAPITAL PRIZE. 500.UUU $1,350,000 in SPANISH MONEY to be DISTRIBUTED. TICKETS. $100, $50. $25, $10, $5. CLUTK A CO.. RANKERS. 200 BROADWAY. ?KENTUCKY OMRS NUMBER . DISTRIBUTION DRAWS DECEMBER 24. CAPITAL $15,000. TICKETS. $1. 1,894 PRIZES, DISTRIBUTING $87,925. LOUISIANA DRAWS JANUARY 14. CAPITAL PRIZE, $30,UJO. TICKETS, $2 AND $1. CLUTE A CO.. BANKERS. 200 BROADWAY. Kentucky state "Christmas drawing" TUESDAY, DECEMBER 24. CAPITAL PRIZE. $l5,l?i>. ONE PRIZE OK $8,tiOO: ONE PRIZE OK $5,000. 1,894 PRIZES, AMOUNTING TO $07,925. WHOLE TICKETS, $1. JACKSON A CO., Hankers, 82 Nassau St., Boar PultoB. M~~ ARBLK MANTELS, GRAVESTONES. TILING; BUT torn prices. A. KLABKK, 134 East 18th St., near 3d av. Kentucky state draws deckmrer 24.-tiok Jts $1: capital, $15,000; second capital, $8,000; third capital. $r>,i?m. Louisiana draw* January 15; tickets. $2; capital. $30,000. Kor full information at B. NATHAN, 181 and 839 Broadway. Office hours, 7 A. M. until 7 P. M. jyjETROPOLITAN ~ JOB PRINTING OFFICE, 28 ANN ST. EVERY VARIETY OF PRINTING. FROM A VISITING CARD TO A MAMMOTH COLORED POSTER. WORK SENT TO ANY PART OF THE COUNTRY, C. O. D. FIRST CLASS WORK AND LOW PRICES FOR CASIL METROPOLITAN JOB PRINTING OFFICE, 28 ANN ST. _____ _ Diseases of men and the ncrvons sytem a spoclalty. Important rase*, mcdirel or surgical; Impairment of any organic fuuetien, hereditary or constitutional taint. HENRY A. DANIELS, M. D., 144 Lealngtnn av., near 29th it. Honrs 8 to 3 and 0 to 7. AN'M MISSION ON~KARTlI?A THOROUGII MKDL ral treatise indicating how conflrmed disabilities may be removed. The experience of 2t> years' study, observa tion HI..I professional practice, showing the agencies that will insure restored manhood, strengthened vitality aud sound rondltinu of health, that have been Impaired by overtaxed powers. A statement of obstacles to marriage and of the means by which they can be removed. By mail, 25c., currcucy, or postage stamps. Address Secretary Mu seum Anatomy and Science, 1,140 Broadway. New York. MISS LOTTIE WARREN TREATS SiCCKSHKt LEY rlieumatistu, aeuralgiu, oorpuleucy and nervousness. 31 Clinton place. M LIZZIE NEWELL AND MABEL EDMONDS, 21 ?Clinton place.?Magnetic treatment; rheumatism, nervousness, corpulency. Spiritual seances dally. Magnetic healer destroys pain prom nerv ens system. 171 Kaet 384 st., seeend ffimr. Doetreee. 1MB T,< iTIIli BANCKi )FT UIVBR MAGNETIC treatment for rheutuatism. 159 East 20th st . second Might. Don't ring. XTEW STYLE OILCLOTH SHOW CARD*"WML Is ranted not to erack. shipped to any point; any color de sired. WISE, corner Dunne ana Iludeon sts. PILES!?DR. "CHANDLER'S PILON; SURF. CURE for pilos; gives instant rcllof; is liurnilcss; is never failing; all Broadway druggists; 5<) rents per package. K. ('HANDLER, Proprietor. Rheumatism positively cured.-europkan RHEUMATIC SOCIETY lis* removed from 2tl7 to 210 West 34th st. Only genuine office in America, and incorpo rated under net of February 17, 1848, Coaaaltation, teruis aud circulars free. RUINART PERK a FILS' champagne. Established 1729 Tlie conuoissvurs'lirst eheiee Vorxcnsy?Dry. full bodied, rich flavor. La Mnrerhale?Delicate, fruity, not too dry. DODGE, OA M MEVER A CO., 3 Heaver St., Sole Agente for tlie United Mtetes. Royal Havana lotteuy.-extraordinaby drawing December 24. Capital prise. HALF MILLION DOLLARS; IH.isn tickets; ..32 prises; together, $l.35<i,um. Wltole ticket" $!<<>; Iialves. $50; quarters, $25; nfths, $2H; tentlis, $IO; twentieth". $5 l'ritss csslied. Informa tion furnislied gratis. Spanish bank bills bought. TAYLOR CO., Bankers, n Wall, New Vert KOYAL HAVANA LOTTERY-EXTRAORDINARY draw lug December 24. Capital prise, HALF MILLION DOLLARS ; I8.UU0 tickets; MM prises; together. $1 .As>,is*i. Whole tickets. $H?t; halves, $50; quarters, $15; firths, $10; tenth", $10; twentieths, $5, Prltns cashed. Informs tion furnished; SpauDh hank bills, governments bought. TAYLOR CO., Hankers, 11 Wull st., New York I 'NT11. CHRISTMAS THE ROOMS OK THE SOCIETY U of Deeorutiva Art, No. .'?-t East 19th St., will ruiuaiii opeu in the evening. VKHONKS' ELECTRO CHEMICAL BATHS ADMINM. tered by Iho discoverer.?Rheumatism, debility, nervous disorders. 14 East 13th st. tfrl"QK^ niin ? ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY.1?" tpL,U"/U.UU\/i Grand extraordinary drawing, December 24. Capital prise $51*1,000 Second pi ire IUO.IW0 Third prise 80,000 18 prises ,$10.um eweb) loj.uuo 532 prises amounting to l,85oill) Whole tickets, $!???, $>0, $15, $10, $p. Prises cashed by BONNKNBKKO A CO., New Havua, Conu. H POUTING?MfW, BIRDS, At. A?CHEAP.?THE i i n i > >u m K.vr b i . i js ASFBHRSf .Terriers in the city; full blooded fug* ud Ferrets. 157 East 35th. 3VERYFINE JAPANESE SPANIELS UUJAPANESE Pugs, 6 of tint finest Fox Turrif r? lit tliu city, 5 Eu^li tb Pugs, 2 very mintII King ('buries Spaniels, bluck mid tun Terriers, Hue Oockcr Spaniel; also h Hue lot of Parrots mid Birds of nil kinds tuid Ferrets. At P. SENN'H, 118 West Broutlwity. _ HOK8K8, CAKRIAGKS, At barker a sun's " "~" CITY AUCTION MART AND NEW YORK TATTER BALL'S, CORNER OP Broadway and 3i??li st. OH AS. ? W. BARKER, AUCTIONEER, REGULAR SALES overy Vt eduesday uuil Saturday. TWENTY-POUR bours allowed for trial. CATALOGUE OP SALE THIS DAY, AT 11 O'CLOCK. THOROUGHBREDS. BAY THOROUGHBRED Gelding. 15V blob, 5 years old. by Derby, out of Ringlet, by Ringgold; very fust; beautiful saddler: wurrautrd sound aud kind. BAY THOROUGHBRED Pilly, 15 high. 3 years old. by imp. King Earnest. out of itup. Prey, by Dundee; very fast; ?loguul under saddle; warrsutod sound and kind. TROTTERS, ROADSTERS, FAMILY HORSES, AC. A fast aud vury promising bay Hanibletoiiiau Trotting Colt, 15Jg high, 5 years old; very free, pleasant driver; baa trotted ovor Fleetwood l'ark in 3 iU5'.4 to lop wagon ; war ranted sound nnd kind. Also top side bar Road Wagon, by Curley, of Brooklyn, iu very Hue order; trimmed Portland Sleigh, by Russell; bear Robe, Clolblng, Harnosa. Ac., Ac. All the properly of a gentleman going to California. ELEGANT DARK bay gelding, 15V liigb, 0 v.-ars old; an extraordinary, stylish driver and fine roadster; one of the most perfect family borses in America; warranted sound and kind. THE WELL known dapple gray Trotting Gelding Natick. 1.V-, high, S years old; a great sleigh horse; has a record of 2:30?? on the lee; is warranted sound and kind. THE EXTRAORDINARY fast and highly bred black Trotting Marc Lady Montague, Ilk high. 7 years old; one of the gamest trotters aud roadsters on earth, and one of the most tremendous pole mares; has a record of 2:35; warranted sound and kind. A GRAY business or family Gelding, 15\ high, 8 years old; has few, if any, oquals for combined road aud business uses; fine under ssddle, and wurrantud sound and kind. MAGNIFICENT DAPPLE gray Guiding, believed to be the finest iu America, superb style, action and appearance; warranted sound and kind. PAST BROWN Maro, 151*' high, 0 years old; prompt, easy driver; cau beat three minutes; warranted sound and kind. SPEEDY BLACK Trotting Mare, 15V high, 7 years old; got hy Jupiter Abdullah, a very stylish driver; can trot in 2:45; warranted sound and kind; also top side bar Wagon, by Brewster; Harness, Ac. PINK KIMBALL Portland trotting Sleigh. LARUE NUMBER of top side bar aud end spring Road Wagons, Depot, Express and Business Wagons, Carrringes, Ae. LOT OP Doable and Siugle Harness, Horse Clothing, Pur Robes, Whips. Ac. TWENTY THREE other Horses. PULL DESCRIPTION at sale. SALES NEVER postpeuvd on account of weather. -WHEELS. ? either "3ARVKN" patent or plain style, iu all sizes, from 11-lti Inch to 3-Inch spoke. IRONED COMPLETE and fitted with RUBBER CUSHIONED AXLES, ready for use. Send for price list NEW HAYBN WHEEL COMPANY, New Haven, Conn. A GLASS PRONT KIU1IT SPRING LANDAU7bINDEr! xVof Purls, make, cost $3,000, for V7UU; Brewster Wagon, f 150; Conpe, $450. HAM, 050 Broadway. ?THE JOHND. BILLINGS PATENT HORSESHOE .Company have shops for putting on their uew steel Shoe, with continuous calks, at 101 Bank, 200 West 18th, 150 East 54th sis. Office, 285 Broadway. Pamphlet on ap plication. Trial Set, with nails, $1. ^ ?BOB BALK, BBCOND HAND elogant Brewster A Co. Brougham, light. Good Wood Brothers' Coupe, light. A. 8. FLANDRAU A CO.. 372 and 374 Broome st A HANDSOME PORTLAND CUTTER AND TWO fine black boar Robes for salo cheap. Inquire at PfalTs Hotel, No. 8 West 24tli st. A" NY OPPBR WANTED, IMMEDIATELY?HANDSOME light, extension top Phaeton (seats four), Brews tor improved top Bnggy, Pouv Phaeton, Double and Siu gle Road Harness, Portland Sleighs, elegant pair bear Robes; almost uew; owner goiug abroad. Inquire 247 West 41st st. Any person having a good saddle horse tor gontlrmau's un may find it purcMser at reasonable figure by addressing J. II. R., box l.OUH l'ost office. BARGAIN-BEAUTIFUL MATCH TEAM OF Black Hawk Morgan Horses, 7 and 8years old; sound, kind; trot 2:50; safe for lady to drive; 16 bands high; good to saddle. Also Ethan Allen Mare. 15'a , trot 2:35; 6 years old; sound, kind. Brewster sidebar top Wucon. Phaeton, nolo and shafts; Kimball Sleigh, Bear and Wolf ltobes. Single aud Double Harness, Blankets, for less quarter value on account of ill health. Inquire 30 West 30th st., one door east Broadway. ?kor sTlk~chkap, ELEGANT EXTENSION stop Park Phaeton, top Brewster side bar Rosd Wngon, six-seat Family Sleigh. Kluiball Gutter, Single aud Double Harness, two tine black bear Robes; will be sold cheap for cash or will exchange for a light Driving Horse. Apply at No. 6 West 34th st. A?$115 TOP_BREWSTER IMPROVED BUGGY, .with fine Harness, elegant Blanket, Lap Robo and Whip; cost $485 in July; Kimball Cutter, $45. See Coach man . 3 West 15th st., near 5th av. Aids SIXES??aiTBUSINESS' AND DELIVERY WAO ons, $30 to $100; now aud second hand Wagons for ex' press, grocers, butchers, bakers, milk, dry goods, depot, Ac ; 2 very light Furniture Trucks; Wagons exchanged. 236 Spring st. A ?PbR SALE, FOUR HORSES, SUIT FARMER, .grocer, express, butcher, or milk business; three days' trial; half value; must be sold this week. 3W Bleecker st., near Bowory, rear. GRAND DISPLAY OP 8LEIGHS, IN~ RUSSIAN, Canadian and American styles, with a full line of the Kimball-Brewster Gutters, for speeding; all of our own manufacture; may be inspected by the public at our factory and worerooms, Broodwav, 47th and 48th sts. BREWSTER A CO., of Broome st. BALANCE OF GENTLEMAN'S "STOCK?ONE Horse, Double aud Single Harness. Robes, Blankets and two Wagons; Double aud Single Sleigh; at any offer. Sta ble, 50 West 31st st. Avery fast young horse, brewster spring top Wagou, Harness. Sleigh, Hue ltobes. Ac.; must sell at any sacrifice. Mr. BUTLER. 138 West 31st st. Atop side" bar wagon, KIMBALL 8LKIUII, Harness, Robes, Blankets; all in good order; soil sepa rate; cheap. 221 West 46tl< st. HANDSOME BAY' HAMBLKTUXIAX MARK. 6 years, 153a; sound, kind, safe, fast; Top Buggy; Har ness, double and single; Portland Sleighs; any price. 12 East 18th st. GROGKRY FIRM OFFERS TEN HORSES-FOR sale, suitable for auy business; must sell; trial allowed. 285 West Ibth st., near T'.li av., stable. UPOR SALE, THREE HORSES, SUITABLE FOB ?truck, express, grocer; cheap. 21U Cbrystlo st., near Stautou. VKRYKINK LANDAULET, !MADE BY BRADLEY A Pray; good as new; geutlemau going to Europe. 3 West 13th st. 4 ?FOR SALE, THREE HORSES, OR GIVEN KOR aY.tlicir keep this winter; $4G, $60, $S0. 204 Clinton st. A?FOR SALE, POUR HORSES, SUIT ANY BURL .ness, at u sacrifice; trial givou. 122 7tb av., between 17th and ISth sts. B. -STORAGE FOR CARRIAGES AND SLEIGHS in well lighted, warmed and ventilated rooms, with good cure, lu our building, Broadway and 3?th st., at reasonable rates. BROWN A FRAY. C~ CANADIAN SLKIGHS, ?? I by BREWSTER, of 25th st. A good assortment of Cauadlan, Russian and American Sleighs foe sale at oar warsroums, 5th av. aud 27th St., open evenings. CtOUPK?THE HANDSOMEST AND LIGHTEST IN /the city; also one Clarence at M. CURLKY'S, 1UH East 13th St., aaar 4th av, (1 ASIl OFFEUS WANTED FOB PIVB NEARLY NEW ./Carriages. three Sleighs, coupe, rood and track Har ness; eight llue. lurge Fur Robes, tup Depot Wagon, light family Wagon, scuts lour persons; top Pony Phaeton, miniature Pony Phaeton, no top Depot W agon, Straps of Sleigh Ht-llr. Palette Club stable, 156 East 26th st. ClOUPB. SECOND HAND. LIGHT AND IN GOOD OB filer; light cut under Itockaway ,$65. \VM. II. UltAI, 21 < and 22 Wimslur -L I [toll SALE?3 HOUSES, YOUNG AND StlUND, SUIT* 1 able (or truck, grocer, tsrmer, any busluees; warranted 5UU Washington st. I [toil SALE?3 HOUSES. YOUNG AND SOUND, SUIT ablator truck, grocer, farmer, any business; warranted. 113 Harrow at. f[tOlt SALE-NINE HORSES; SUITABLE FOR ANY 1 business; half value. RAPID TRANSIT ICE COM PANY. 10 Kith av. LAO It SALE?A VERY HANDSOME DARK BAY r coupe llorso, 15.3 high, 8 years old; warranted sound aud kiud; price $275. Address A A. k , 2 East l.'nh st. lAoll SALK-HAMBLKTONIAN COLT, PAROLE, CAN I; trot In 2:441; 5 yoars old, 15L hands: sired by Gome's Chief, who has a record of 2:22s,; pedigree guaranteed. Store 04 Validate St. I toll SALE?BREWSTER OF BROOME ST. TOP HIDE bar Wagon. Pole and Shaft*; three-quarter seat top Wagou, K. M. Stivers; boar and white Russian fex Robes, ell ttrst class and half price. 3Kt W est 42d St. House blankets, robes, si.eigiis, ac. BLANKETS for carriage, stable, truck. Ac.. In large aud magnificent variety, every also and weight, at extraor dlunry indueemewts; the finest selection In the country of Buffalo. Hear. Fox, Welf, Possum and other fancy fttr, wool and plush ItoHKS at unprecedented bargains; SLEIGHS, splendid assortment. $16 to $75. Without exaggeration the largest variety of florae Goods In the world, at JOHN Mt MIRE'S WARE ROOMS, .7 Warren at. Horse blankets, hoc.; buffalo robes, $3 do; yellow waterproof Blankets $2 30; Dress Blankets from $2 to $15, wolf and plush Robes, our Clipping Machine, $2 (kit rubber, canvas and oiled Covers. The cheapest har ness store lu Now York. OSBORNE A BURKE, 71 Barclay st. AllNKSS.-'THE PROPRIETOR OK THE CHEAPEST harness store in Now York has removed to lhS Chambers St., where he Is selling Buggy Harness fur $7 fitl; Stable Blankets, $1. RICHARD PIMIIEH, 158 Chambers at. Handsomely upholstered Portland sleigh] with Black Hear Robe; cost $2U5 lost winter; price $65. 16(1 West 17th St. II N COUPE ROCKAWAYS. * 6 PASS. BERLIN FAMILY ROCKaVTAYR. A largo assortment at reduced nrices, A. S. FLANDRAW A CO., 372 aud 374 Broome at. UBCOMD HAND LEATHER TOP LANDAU. BY CJltunn, In thorough order; Coupe Rvekaway, by Keal| leather top Landau, by Baldwin, lino order. WILLIAM U. GRAY. 2U and 22 W ouster St. horses, CARRIAGES, dfcC. CTAIU Wa.VtkD-TO ACCOMMODATE SIX OR kJfcvvtfu luirbi h, convenient to bt. ?nd MtiUiboii hv. Ad dress. givingparticulars, rout, Ac., lu li, It., Herald Uptown oHico. HORSES, HV LIABLE EUR LIGHT WORK, $85 A and $3.*, or would hire them fur keep. tfcM* Hudson st. W'bix located and well rented Brooklyn 1' House fur i I ? ? ? - and Wugous. JAYXK, Horald office. VCTANTKD-A HOUSE that ( AN TROT IN 3M OR ff bettor; uiu.it bo clieop for ce?h. Apply el l,373>a Broadway. 211 <) US IS 15 A N DlUH A N D8*; AL.SiTsl.NGLK TRUCK! 1 ole. VV LiUietrees. 231 Sulliviui st. and 7U Uockiuuii st. CARMAN, tl OA -'fOT BUGGY AND UAKNE8B, COST $405 r 7 n ki n moiilh* ago; al*o lop Bony Pheoton and light Uoublo liuriie^b, vory low Stable, Um Went 17th *t. 1 ~ri KAST Sib ST.?KLKtlANT TOP PONY PliAK AtlUlou end olio line not of Single ilaruobe; uiuel bo aold to pay alorugu. ^HfLSL.E1UHS' SLKIOUS, 8LLIGH8. ? /VrPortlund, Albany, Pony end *ix Sleighe, from $16 upward; three wecond hand ?i.\ aoat Sloighb. ? WILLIAM 11. OKAY. 20 and 22 Wooetor at. Ar11 DRY GOODS. AMES M'CUEEUY A (:0., '" Broadway and 11th at., announce a cuutluuauca of their ifnnt sale of BLACK AND COLORED, SATIN FIGURED AND SATIN STRIPED ' SILKS. The above are now, frush good*, and ar* positively being sold for about one-half their intrinsic value J^ NOTABLE OPENING. J. A C. JOHNSTON, Broadway, 5th av. und 22d St., INFORM THEIR PATRONS AND THE PUBLIC that ths fourth and last of a series of exhibitions for tbe year 1878 will take place an Monday and Tuesday, December33 and 24, and will consist of A MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY OF EVENING, RECEPTION AND BALL COSTUMES, OPEBA CLOAKS, AC., AC. Prior to tbo oponing over $100,00(1 worth of CLOAKS, DOLMANS, ULSTERS, CIRCULARS AND # COSTUMES, will be sold at tbe following reductions, to make room for this occasion:? Beaver and ChinchUla Cloaks, silk trimmed, $0 to $14; worth $13$ to $20. Diagonal and Matelaase Cloaks, silk and Mage trimming, $8 to $23; worth $18 to $to. English Walking Jackets, Carnal*' Hair and Diagonal, $8 to $18; worth $12 to $23. Ladles' Ohoviot Ulsters, all sizes, $4 to $12', worth $7 to $18. Ladles' Cireuiars, in Scotch Plaid. Camels' Hair and Diag onal, $4 SO to $14; worth $8 to $20. Imported House Jackets und Breakfast Sscquee, Silk tinud. $10 to $16; worth $26 to $30. Embroidered Drap d'Ete Sucquo Patterns, $8 to$10; form erly sold et $110 and $75. Real India silk Bubes do Chambre, $30; cost to import $TO. Flannel Wrappers and Breakfast Robes, $4 to $10; worth $7 to $25. Job lots of Misses' and Children's Winter Suits, $3 to $10; worth $7 to $18. Job lots of Misses' Cloaks and heavy Ulstors, $7 to $14; worth $12 to $2(1. Ladies'Stuff Suits, winter colors, $12 50 to $30; worth $18 to $35. Indies' fine camels' hair, silk and bourotte Costumes and Polonaises, $25 to $06; worth $00 to $100. Ladles' extra Hue Paris inad? silk Costumes, imported for models, and the latest "creations'' of Worth, Pingat, Huu tenaar, Grange and .Msjentlos, $100, $126, $150, $175, $200; original cost. $240, $385. $307, $123, $570. Tits above are all rare novelties and unexceptioanbly the richest garments ovor exhibited; very suitable for ELEGANT HOLIDAY PRESENTS. ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES sent by mail on applica tion. NOTICE. ? BEAUTIFUL DISPLAY OF CLOAKS, DOLMANS, AC., AT EQUALLY LOW FRICBS, WILL ALSO BE FOUNDAT OUR BRANCH STORE, S0 AND 61 NORTH PEARL ST., CORNER OF STEUBEN, ALBANY, N. Y. 4 4 Samples of dry (rood* sent mtnltogiljr to all part* of the eouutry un application, thus enabling out-of-town parties to make their purchases in Naw York aa advantageously as residents of the city. J. A C. JOHNSTON. ^ITKEN, SON A CO., Broadway, corner 18th at. Useful and beautiful artlrlea of Ladies' Dross and Home Decoration, suitable for Holiday <lifts. A MAGNIFICENT SEALSKIN SACQl'B FOR A ruiss or short pcrsou, oxtra flue quality, $28; a One, lonir Sealskin Sacuue. $t>0. , MILLS A COLEMAN, 1HV Grand s 0ARPETS. UNEQUALLED ASSORTMENT OF FOKEION AND DOMESTIC M AXCFAUTURE. LATEST STYLES AND DESIGNS. ALSO, JUST RECEIVED A LARGE IMPORTATION OF ORIENTAL CARPETS, _ RUGS AND KAT8. COMPRISING THE FOLLOWING CHOICE NOVEL. TIES:? KORASSANS, FERHANS, S1D.IARDF.S. KILIMS, TABRIZ.. DAOilESTANS, CASHMERES AND YHORDES, WHICH WK NOW OFFER AT REMARKABLY LOW PRICES. A. T. STEWART A CO., BROADWAY. 4TII AV., WH AND KITH ST8. MiLLlNKHV ANO DKESsMAklSG." VflSS J. SCOTT, il5 WEST'WH ST. HAS REDUCED lYiher el?*ir>tnt IbmnuU froiu $?? up. Ludiufl' uwu iDMteriul ujudvup. Trtiiimiug $1. Muurttiiig tlfpurimeiit. Post offk e noticK. Post" OFFICE'NOTICE. * The foreign mails for tha week ending Saturday, De cember 21, IH?s, wilt close at this nflice on Tuesday, at I) A. M. fur Europe by steamship Nevada, via Queenstuwn ; on Wednesday, at Out) A. M., fur Europe, by steamship Algeria, via Queenstiiwn (correspondence for France to be forwarded by tills steameruust be specially addressed), and at Hi A. M. for France direct by steamship Ameriquo. via Havre; on Thursday, at It) A. M., for Europe, by steamship City of Cheater, via Queenstown (correspondence for tier many and France to lie forwarded by this steamer nuli.t lie specially addressed), ami at 1'.' M. for Europe by steamship Lcsaihg, via Plymouth, Cherbourg and Hamburg; on Saturday, at II A. M., for Europe, l>y steamship Celtic, via Queenstown (correspondence for Germany ami Scotland to lie forwarded by tills steamer must be sped ally addraaaad), and at 11 :Htl A. M., for Gormany, Ac., by steamship Weser, via Southampton and Bremen icurre s|M,ndence for Great Britain and the Continent to lie for. warded by this steamer must be specially addressed), and at 11:20 A.M. for Scotland direct by steamship Reve als via Glasgow. The steamships Xsvada, Algeria. City, of Chester and Celtic do nut take malls for Denmark Sweden and Norway. The mails for llavaaa leave New York December 18 and 21. The mails for Jamaica leave Now York December IV. The malls for tho West Indies, via Bermuda and St. Thomas, leave New York December 111. The mails for Aspinwail and Month Pacific ports leave New York December 2ti. The malls for Antigua, Martin ique. Barbados sad Trinidad direct leave New York De cember 21. The malls for Australia, A&, leave San Fran Cisco December 22 The malls for China and Japan Isava Sou Francisco January 4. THOMAS L. JAMBS, Postmaster. Post Osttt'K. Nkw Vows. Dec. 14, IS7S. iws'f Iv ? tioii; ? ITX8V'Wants onp. or two little girls H Board suri teach English branches and ronsic; refer ences. Miss J. S. S., Youkera. N. Y. I/KKSt II CONVERSATIONAL LESSONS BY PARIS. J* lau lady dlploiuoo; terms moderate. Mile. YKKKL, 1.2tt7 Broadway, room II, Bret floor. Teachers wanted-ladv. English and klo eution, Western New York, interview this week; resi dent lady, city Instltulioa. singing and English, Interview immediately; for music, French, Uernisn, several ladles and gentlemen. Tlio?n wanting January engagements should apply now. SCIIERMEHHOKN, IK) East 14th. CACHE BMOF KNOWN C A LI H RK AND CH A It At'TK K promptly provided for families, schtfnis, colleges. SC1IKRMKUHORN, :?? Kaet 14th. qsjf? "tITH AV.?FRENCH LESSONS GIVEN IN PRI OOUralt families or at professor's residence by M. OAKEAU, formerly maglstrste member of the University of France. * WTifllll" *T 'LA DVT MANY' if K A R* TEACHER, VOCAL, iNSTKU J\ siental; BU cents lesson; beginners, linlshing:; rare op portunity. TEaCIIEU, box 142 Herald Uptown office. I ANTRA KINK MUSIC FOR HAl.LS. PARTIES. WEl) iidings and Sociables, hy violinist and pianist of high standing; $12. Address MUSICIAN, l,4Wf> Broadway F~ IANO LKH80NH."?EASY ~TERMS; PARTICULAR atlentien paid to children, position of bauds, time. Bugs ring. WILLIAM II. JOHNSTON, 221 Rn?t 4)>th ?t ONDKBFULMUBIC CHART KNAHLKS EVERY body to piny richest accompaniments on plnm> or organ sous r? r - \\ without previous musical instruction Circulars free UNION CHART ROOMS, W Union square. A.HtSKMKNT'B. Q.BAND OPERA HOUSE. POOLE A DO.NNKIiLY Lwieri and Manager* Reserved Scat* (orchestra circle mid balcour), 50 cent*. ORAND OORIOLANUS MATINEE TO-DAY. GRAND OORIOLANU8 MATINEE TODAY. GRAND OOKIOLANUS MATINEE TO-DAY. DOOICS OPEN AT 1>L COMMENCE AT 2 O'CLOCK. Mr. JOHN McCULLOl'GH a* CORIOLANUK Mr.-IOIIN McCULLOUGII as CORKfl.AN US Mr. JOHN McCULLOl'GH aa OOKIOLANUS IN THIS MAGNIFICENT SHAKESPEAREAN SPECTACLE. "Mr MeCullougb ih a consistent patrician throughout anil displayed force and repose in fine combination."? Herald, December 17. "Tliu pageantry hud been carefully and liberally pre pared."?Sun. December 17. "Mr. McCullough's personation of Cerlolanus possesses qualities which lit It to atuud alone."?Graphic, December 17. "The management have put the tragedy upon the stage in sumptuous style, the triumphal return of Coriolauus being very imposing in its rich groupings of costumes, bauuers anu trophies."?Express, December 17. "The story of Coriolauus was told by Mr. John McCul lough last uveuing with the force of action and clearness of elocution which distinguish that favorite tragudiau."? World, December 17. "Taken all iu all, the performance last evening was the beet given of a Shakuspurean play in title city for twenty yours, and the uiunugeuioni deserves great rredit for the manner in which the tragedy has been placed ou the stage."?Star, December 17. "Poole A Donnelly creditably did their part by carefully putting the piece upon the stage, with all the accessories for bjMH'tuculur effect. Mr. McCuilflUgh won the plaudits of the spectators by an artistic piece of acting."?Telegram, December 17. MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. TOOOTH'S THEATRE. EVANGELINE. MANAGER Mr. WM. R. DEUTSCII EVANGELINE, EVANGELINE, MATINEE AT 2 TO-DAY. EVANGELINE, with Its wealth of ATTRACTIONS. SPARKLING MUSIC. BlTPERii ORCHESTRA. EXCELLENT CHORUS. MATINEE AT 2. WEDNESDAY uud SATURDAY. POPULAR PRICES, 25c., 50c., 75c. Reserved seats, 50 cents and 75 cents. Miss NELLIE LAR KELLE, CLARA FISHER, EUGENIA PAUL, GUS WILLIAMS, K. A. LOCKE. E. S. TARK, LARRY TOOLEY, HARRY JO- ' SEPIIS, JAS. S. MAF FITT. SATURDAY, Dec. 21, BABES in the WOODS VTIKLO'S GARDEN THEATRE. 1\ EDWARD V. STARIN Proprietor and Manager Positively last week of Kiralfy Brothers' greatest spec tacular production, AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHTY DAYS. Grand bullet of 10J ladies, led by Mile. BONFANTt. Fifth Grand Family Matinee TO-DAY at 2 P. M. MONDAY, December 25, a new and original Plu.v by Mr. Georgo Fawcett Kowe and Mr. Paul Muritt, entitled NEW YORK AND LONDON. Bowery "theatre! FERDINAND W. IIOFELK Manager THE GREAT LONDON SUCCESS, now in its Hi Kith representation, will be acted, with the per mission of Mr. A. M. Palmer, manager Union Square The atre. QUEEN'S EVIDENCE. J. H. ROWE, in his great impersonation of Isaacs. *"S I live, gut a hey like a beagle." FRIDAY EVENING, BENEFIT J. II. ROWE. MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2 O'CLOCK ONY PASTOR'S. TONY-PASTOR'S. SHEEHAN and JONES, BRYANT and HOEY, ALECIA JOURDAN, T MATINEE FRIDAY. MATINEE FRIDAY. MATINEE FRIDAY. MATINEE FRIDAY. MATINEE FRIDAY. MATINEE FRIDAY. MATINEE FRIDAY. MATINEE FRIDAY. MATINEE FRIDAY. MATINEE FRIDAY. MATINEE FRIDAY, MANCHESTER and JENNINGS, IIATTIE LAWRENCE, HOWARD and THOMPSON, THE WHITINGS. QUEEN aud HELL, A LI,IF, SMITH. HARRY HUDWOKTH. PALMETTO QUARTET, TONY PASTOR AND HIS GREAT TROUPE. The aquarium, bkoadway and ssth st. CINDERELLA. Grand three-act Spectacle, performed by an army of children, la mew and splendid costumes of the time of Louis XIV. MagniUcuut Ballroom Sceue, Floral Display, Burlesque Character*. Ac.. Ac. Also the Trained Thoroughbred Horses Daily at 2:3tl aud s o'clock P. M. Admission 50 cents. Children half price. J1IFTH AVENUE THEATRE. PISKE A HARKINB beg to announce that Mr. JOSEPH JEFPERSON will appear for the first time at this theatre ia Boueicault's play, from Irvlug's Immortal legend, RIP VAN WINKLE. Presented with entirely new econory and appointment*. RIP VAN WINKLE EVERY NIGHT AT 8. MATINEE, SATURDAY, AT 1:90. Broadway theatre, corker juth if. EDGAR A PULTON MATINEE TO DAY AT 1:*Q B. U M N A O 0 L A M B U D L A K N Y ?L POR A LIMITED NUMBER OP NIOHT8. PARK THEATRE, BROADWAY AND 22D ST HENRY E. ABBEY Lea.ee and Manager LAST NIGHT LAST NIGHT LAST NIGHT BUT ONE LA8T NIGHT LAST NIGHT OK LAST NIGHT LAST NIGHT COMEDY LAST NIGHT LAST NIGHT OK LAST NIGHT LAST NIGHT ERRORS. LAST NIGHT LAST NIGHT ? LAST NIGHT LAST NIGHT LA8T NIGHT FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 20, 1878, BENEFIT and la.t night hut on* of KOBSON AND CRANE. OUR BACHELORS. Ol'R BACHELORS. ROBSON <ta Bangle, the Bald CRANK a. Juwler, the Jolly SATURDAY. AT 2. OUR BACHELOR MATINEE, MONDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 23, COLVILLE KOLLY GOMPAKX. "BABES IN THE WOOD." ABKKLK'S TIVOLI T IIKATRK. STH ST., BETWEEN 2d huU 3d uv*.?Triumphant and uuapproactmbiu Al fred Li a ton, the world', specialty Art I at; Kaun Sauuma, Japanese Juggler; ('lark and Kdwarda, merry Swiss Couple; Emma Hoffmen.the favorite Vocalist; Cliariea N. Steon and Martha Steen, the Eaat India Illusionists: Joe Buckley, Mile. Doairee, Minlgv and Atkinson, Jule. Krignet, Cline top Slater., Matthews and Gon.alos, Mnnsort Sisters aud many others. The Great Vienna Ballet Troupe. .Mati nees Thursday and Saturday aftaruoon. Also Sunday, mid night. PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY OK NEW YORK. ACADEMY OK MUSIC. 37TH SEASON. ADOLPH JJBUKNDORKK CONDUCTOR SECOND PI'HLIC REHEARSAL, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, DEC. 20, AT 2 O'CLOCK. Admission, 73 cents; reserved seat, 23 cents extra. PROGRAMME. SYMPHONY, "KROIC.V" BEETHOVEN ARIA, "AH ! PKRFIDO" BEETHOVEN MLLK. MINNIE HACK. PASTORAL from the HYM PHoNY FANTAS TIUUK BERLIOZ a Weun e? doeh inimer so bliebs Rl BINSTKIN b llaldo Uoa'loin SCHUBERT MLLK MINNIE HACK. FKANCF.SCA DA RIMINI, Faulasts after Dante TSCUAJKOWSKY SECOND CONCERT. SATURDAY EVENING, DEC. 21. AT It O'CLOCK. Aduiiasion. $1; reserved seat, rs>rents extra. Sale of reserved aeats and tickets will commcne* THIS MORNING at the ACADEMY. SUBSCRIPTION TICKETS for the remaining FIVE CONCERTS nnd FIVE RE HKAKSAI-S are now sold nt the ACADEMY. WINDSOR THEATRE. 43 AND 47 BOWERY. Acknowledged tuccesa. Indorsed by nil. ANOTHER MAMMOTH HILL. New Ksros, Aria. Songs and Karros. NOTE OUR STARS. Movis and Fields, I'err.v Brothers, Ei Nino Eddie, Tillie, Atiloulo, J. W. Mr Andrew, Lulu Francis, Morris and Orseu, Tommy Turner, Wood aud Hraslrv, Welsh and Hughes Minstrels, including the celebrated Nnvollo Quartet, l'.igby, Heyer, De Maraud Cobolt, Welsh and Hughes. MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. HAYMAKKKT. s s s s ilaymarket, (IT 11 AV. AND 30TII ST. GRAND PKOMKNADE CONCERT AND "80IKBE DAN8ANTE" EVERY NIGHT, s # e e RVRRY NIGHT, COMMENCING AT ? O'CLOCK. ADMISSION 25C. ? ? ? ? ADMISSION 23C. s TEINWAY HALL MKWiUH *' MINNIE HAUK'S * In oratorio. Oratorio Society of New 1 Brat appearance in oratorio. Oratorio Society of New York FRIDAY AFTERNOON. December 27, SATURDAY EVENING, Dec umber 28, ? Misses MINN MESSIAH. IIAUK end ANNA DRA8DIL Messrs. GEORGE SIMPSON and M. W. WHITNEY. Dr L DAMROSCII Conductor Tickets now at Stelnway Hall and nsual places. Buckingham palace. 27th st., west of flth av TIIR AMERICAN MAHILLE. ELITE SOCIABLES NIGHTLY. The Bon Ton Resort in the World. A GRAND FLORAL BALL will he given ?D THURSDAY EVENING, December 19, 1878. (IRAPULLA'H SEVENTH REGIMENT BAND. T KBOMKNADE CONCERT, SEVENTH REGIMENT AKM/iRY. Saturday evening. December 21, at H o'clock. Tickets, ,'sk . each, to be bad at Tlflitny A Co.'a. Win. A Pond A Co.s, Union s<|uare, and the active aad veteran members of the regiment. KRM A NIA THEATRE. FAD. NKUKNDOKKE Director TONIGHT, "DOCTOR KLAUS." Ciimsdy, in dee arts, hy L'Arronge. Bex office open daily from H to 4 n'elock. B OOTU'S.?MATINEE TODAY. Evangeline, at 2. AIIKRLE S AMERICAN THEATRE, 3D AV., BE tweeu SOtb and 31st sis.?Burlesque, Olio, Perce aud Pantomime. Matinee Wednesday end Saturday. S?> (WU1 TO Sf.OOU.-PAKTNKR WANTED IN A O.l fVVfsucressful variety aud theatre enterprise, this y, now in great success; open summer sud winter. Ad dress THEATRE MANAGER. Herald Cptowa office. MADLY?UPROARIOUSLY COMIC. EVANGELINE MATINEE Tw4kAT. AMlUEMEm. Theatre comiquk. ->h hroadwaYT HAKRIC AX .V HART Propristort POSITIVELY LAST WKKK of the uiubt successful play thai baa been offered to the palp lie for many veurn. HARRIDAN A HART, io Edward Handgun'* new. original Irish Drama, LoKU VI RE. ONLY ONE WKKK MORE. LOBGAIKK MATINEES Wednoaday and Saturday. Yt'KI'M THEATRE, 14TH~8T AND ?TH AY KATE CLAXTON Manages THIRD WEEK. THIRD WEEK, and BRILLIANT SUCCESS of the DOUBLE MARRIAGE POPULAR PRICKS. POPULAR PRICES, *1. 75c. 51k. 25c. UNION "SQUARE THEATRE. Sole Lessee and MHiingei' .Mr. A. M. PALMER ELECTRIC SUCCESS of Mr. Bronson llowarit'a new five act AMERICAN PLAY, in six tableaux, untitled THE BANKER'S DAUGHTER, which, till further notice, will oe presented EVERY NlGHT AT ?. and at the KKOULAK SATURDAY MATINEES at 1 MX The piece ia produced with the tineat aceuery and ap pointments ever seen in New York in u inodero play, and with a caat embracing THE PULL STRENGTH of the UNION SQUARE THEATRE COMPANY. ifALLACK'8. w Proprietor and Manager....Mr. LESTER WALLACE THE NEW DRAMA. MY SON. EVERY EVENING and SATURDAY MATINEE. A GREAT RECEPTION hat been accorded to thia charming play, THE TABLEAUX at the end of the acta btio| NIGHTLY REDEM.VN'DED, and the acting being also received with ABSOLUTE ENTHUSIASM. "It win an immediate mid emphatic aucceaa and got lit reward upon the mutant."?New York Tribune. NEW SCENERY, NEW MUSIC. NEW AND APPROPRIATE COSTUMES AND APPOINTMENTS. SAN" FRANCISCO MINSTRELS' OPERA HOUSE. SAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS. Broadway and 2?th at. THE FAMILY RESORT. RECEIVED WITH ROARS OF LAUGHTER. Second week mid great succoss of Mr. FRANK Ol'SlIMAN, in ltix groat character, the Aged Darky. BIRCH, WAMBOLD. BACKUS. THATCHER. RYMAN. RUSSELL. FRILLMAN, STEVENS, RAYMOND. JOHNSON". POWERS RICARDO. Thia week. SCHOOL and JOHN BUTTS. SEATS SECURED. MATINEE SATURDAY, at 2. STANDARD THEATRE, BROADWAY AND BUD ST W. HENDERSON Proprietor and Manage* Second month of the great drama, ALMOST LIFE, ALMOST LIFE, ALMOST LITE, ALMOST LIFE, with Ita absorbing incidents and powerful characters. Pronounced by the press and crowded houses every night THE STRONGEST DRAMA OF THE DAY. Saturday Matinee 1 :'M. Popular prices. Academy of music" Robert le liable. Twenty-ninth night of the subscription. THIS (WEDNESDAY) EVENING, DEC. IS, AT 8, ROBERT LK 1)1 AIILE Roberto, Sig. Catupsuini: Katuhaldo. Sig. Tecchi; Bar* tram, Sig. Foil; Isabella. Mile. Lido; Elenea, Mile. Palla dino, and Alice, Mile. MINNIE IlAUK. Director of the Mnsic and Conductor Sig. ARDITI LAST NIGHT OF THE SUBSCRIPTION FRIDAY EVENING, DEC. 2D. CARMEN. Don Jose, Sig. Canipanini; Carman. Mile. MINNIE HAUL GRAND MATINEE. SATURDAY, 21st, ut 2, IL FLAUTO MAU1CO. FIRST EXTRA NIGHT. MONDAY EVENING, DEC. 23, at 8. FAUST. Fanst. Sig. Campaninl; Margherita, Mme. KTELKA GKRSTEK titer lirst appearance in that character thia season). Academy ok mcsic. marie rozb. lu answer to thu numerous inquiries due notice will be given of tlie first appearance of Mine. MAltlE HOZE. CI LOBE THEATRE, ;~? X 7-JH and 730 Broadway. FRANK B. MURTHA Manage* A HIT! A UITl A H1TI ONLY A FARMER'S DAUGHTER. GRAND FAMILY MATINEE MATINEE TO-DAY AT 2. Orchestra Chairs 30 cent* General Admission -25 cents Family Circle AS ceuta GRAND~HEBREW~FAIR ' AT TAMMANY II ALU OrEN AFTERNOON AND EVENING. GRAND KKO.MK.NADK CONCERTS. 25C. ADMISSION 25C. VANGKLINE AT BOOTH'S. MATINEE TO-DAY AT 3. E I5UYFTIAN IIALL, 34TII ST.. NEAR 3D AV. !i 30 dashing female artists nightly. 90 Mils. DE COUR'S LIVING ART PICTURES. Naughty sketches, spicy songs, gilt-edged pleasures. Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. UNION LEAGUE THEATRE. TO DAY, December IS, at 11 A. M. LOCKR RICHARDSON ROMEO AND JULIET G~ "US WILLIAMS?BOOTH'S. 7 MATINEE AT X "IL TALISMANO."?ALL THE GEMS OF THE 1 opera, inrludiug "Placida Kotto" ("Edith's Prayer"*, 4U cents; "Nella Dolce" ("Kadiaut Splendors"), 40 cents, sung by Gerster ; "Candido Flore" ("FTowuret, I Kiss Thee"), "A To Coll 'Aure" ("On Balmy Wing"), each 40 cents, suag by Cauipaniui; "Libretto," 25 cents. Published by WIL LIAM A. POND A CO., 25 Union square VANGKLLNE MATINEE TO-DAY AT 2. E H OLIDAY MUSIC BOOKS. .?^.Strauss' most popular \Vallies, Rubinstoia's beet Com positious, most popular Scotch Ballads, select Soprano Songs, choicest baritone Ballads, Waldetuefei's Dance Music, Violin and l'lano Collodions, Comet Duetta and 3U other Collections, neatly hound, for 31) cents, at SAAL FIBLD'S Music, 30 Union square, and WILLMBR A HOO EKS',31 Beekman st. WYTHE'S MODKL"of"JKRI'SA LKM,~14TH ST., OP posite Aeadoiuy of Music. Open day and evening. Ad mission, 25 ceuta; children, 15c. TIT ANTED?A PARTNER. WITH FROM flOO TO fHoi Tf in one ot the best Theatrical and Musical Combinations iu the country; paying engagements all uutde for the sea son. commencing Doeemhor 25. Call en or address B. GURRY, Woifarth's drug store, 3d as., corner 1 tilth at., city. Gems a gem for the holiday a OF' Contains over hi > of the very choicest English ENGLISH songs known. New und enlarged edition, 24? SONG. pages music slue Price. *2 50 plain; *4 full gilt. DITNON ,t CO.. Publishers. 7ll and H43 Hreadway. ANTED " IMMEDIATELY?A FULL OUAKTET; ouly young voices willing to bo taught will be consid ered. Address ALLEGRO, Herald Uptown ofllce. DANCING ACADEMIES. A?CARTIK R8"bAN01 NlT"AC ADEMI KSr.TlfNlO^ ? square (earner 14th *t. and 4th av.l; Brooklyn branch, 301 Pulton si. All round dnures guaranteed iu one term; society and glide wultses specialties; new system; lady as sistants. "l UAX UoilffORTII'lTHlTHOOL il for Dancing and Deportment, No. tlHl 5th avenue. Bow open. For tvrme, Ac., send for circular. "?5 AUSE'S DANCING CLASSES^ 114 EAST 1ST if A. ..St.?ROUND DANCES taught rapidly. PRIVATE l.F.SSONS all hours. M ACGKKOOR'H ACADEM Y~OF DANCING. U .East 14th at.; private instruction daily la eooiarty glida wallies, F'or classes sis. circulars. A" CLASH FOB BKU1NNKK8 IS NOW roRMINU AT C. H. RIVERS', 175 State at., Brooklyn; all tf* taah ionahle dances arc tsuglit. Send for a circular. Ballfitm aster""DUMAR'S "dancing" ACADEMY, 24 West 4th St.?Walts aud five daucee taught perfectly Iu six private leeseeas. ROOKKs" DANCING ACADEMY, mT bKOOMB HT All the fashionable Daacee h sue eoorse of lessons. The first lesaous privately and no extra charge. RECEPTION SolKKK FRIDAY EVENING. DKC.20. DUBOIS' "DANCING ACADEMY. 1.2H7 BROADWAY lever Herald olhee).?Welts and live dances tangnt rapiilly in elk private lesson*. J HERNANDO'S DANCING ACADEMY, MTU 8T? 3D av. ibauk building).?New elesana forming; for circulure nddress ?75 Lexington av.; private lessons any hoar: lady assistants; latest styles wsliteo. Grand Cfcriotmas IIseep tion Wedaaeday, December 25. , y, IiRENolt s ACADEMY?BROADWAY AND MD BY, is open every day and evening. Send for a ctrcnlnr. Parent* and Intending pupils ere welcome visitors. B BILLIARD*. I?A ffKitSC curihtmas'&ffKK * .The most eatenslve mnnufecturers and most elegant Tallies, "Monarch" enshioas; warranted lor It) yearn Fine Tables at *125. Fine Table* at *15<i. Fine Tables at *175. Fine Tables at *21*1. The J. M. Brunswick A Ralk Company'* Revolving Par lor, lllning. Library and Billiard Table, complete, with kali? and cues, (or *25. Billiard Tattle for |C5. Complete Table for *25. Call and see tlieni at 724 Broadway. Artistic billiard tables from *i? upward; Halls, Cloth, Cues ,*o.; best goods at lowest pi tee*. H. W. rol.LKNDKR. 7hH Broadway, corner loth st " A "?AT WUOEB LOWER THAN EVER-NEW DE 21. signs; highly ornamented Tables, tinished ex presxly for private families, hotels and saloens, American Standard Billiard and Pool Tables are solely used in ell match games; thu leading house for all kinds ef Billiard Material. W. It. GRIFFITH A CO.. 40 Veeey si. VCARROH BILLIARD TABLE. COMPLETE" AL most new, first class, for floo, at CULTON'S Auotloa Koouts, MS Broadway. Vf ESSES. NCHAEFBR AND"OARNIKR WILL PRAC iVAtlee for the cntulng tournament every afternoon and ev. nlng at the letter's rooms, l.gtrj Broadway. \\ iNTED?IWXU CAKKOM IIIIU.IAKD TABLE. AD-" Tf dress W. H.. Post olHce boa 273. v.% I El) i?i Kt iiAsis. Books Wa.n'tkd.-cahh paid For eihUakiM aud smell parcels of Hisiksof every description. Call on or address S. KIEUNAN, U1 Court st., Brooklyn. SEAL HAOGUK.?TO PURCHASE, ONE OF LATEST stylo ami lino quality. Address, stsflug length and pi he, W IN) 111 rah I office. ANTBD-A COMPLETE SKTOF APPLETON'H EN cyslopedla; must he cheap. MILLER, 107 Verleh st. \Vantkd-sf:cond hand coal cart, will ?T tell or exchange Wood Wagon; tarma COAL. 3U? West 23d st. W $00 mum WILL BE PAID FOE A SEALSKIN SACUUI full sis* aud lu gaud order. Addraaa CAM, be eAs*. Herald