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New York Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1872, New York, New York THE NEW YORK HERALD. WHOLE NO. NEW YOIIK, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1872-TJUPLB" PRICE FOUR CENTS. DIIIEITOKY FOR ADVERTISERS. SKOOND JUan-Fonrth, fifth and pi.tth coluinu.M. ASTRO TWELFTH Second column, TivKi.fTH Sceoild column. BOAKDuRS WAN'IKD-HMWNU First and second BOARD AND' LODGING WANTED-SKCONO PAOK-SCC- omi column. BROOKLYN KKAL KSTATB FOK TwKinru PALI: Third column. BU8INKSS Fmfi PASK-FonrBh col- BUSINKHH SKVBJITII Sixth column. CITY KEAL ESTATE FOB TWIH.RII llilrtl CLKKKR AND ELEVENTH Sixlh column, mid TWXI.F-IH I'Af.'K column. TWJ.I.ITII column AND Twiu.rra PACE- First column. OOASTWI8K FIRBT PACE-FIxlh column. NINTH Filth column. COUNTRY BOAUD-Suco.vr. column. DANUINU Swoyo filth column. NIMH i'AGE-SUih column. DRY FIRST Filth column. DWELLING HOUSES TO Llir, FUllNlsnED AND UN- Fourth- column. EUROPEAN FIBCT PAGfc-Fiith and sixth columns. SKCOKD Fourth column. FIRST Thlnl column. FIRST !-ix-h column, Ni.vm Filth column. FOR SALE SECOND eo.xrnn, FUIIKISUEI) ROOMS ANI> Ai'AKT.WKNTS TO TWELFTH Fourth and filth columns. NINTH Sixth column. FRENCH AJttVKKTISfcMliNTtt- PACB-Sccond column. HELP FEMALES-EiBTKHTJi and sixth columns. HELP TWEIFTH second AWJ> T ENGLISH HUNTINo LI5VKR WATCH. JU between Fulton ami liarelay streels, c'tig.itloii given and first class reler- 89 Broadway, flrdt lloor. A JOKY GOODS. MANUFACTURING A 'iit'ie arlt-Mc; a inommoly; capital re- For pnrliculars eall on JIOOUY 183 Bioadwjiv. -ADDITIONAL CAPITAL PROCURED Persons willi T" LARGEST KAN'CY COOPS DEPOT IN AMERICA IS TIIK I.HAND CliNTKAI. GOODS KST BUKOPEAIf STEAMSHIPS. if .MAY lear except to owner, fir delivering tile fame at Ea-.t Forly-clghtli street the above reward will be paid. REWARD AND NO QUESTIONS I tj tho return of aD.amond Pin, los' between tlou-- ton and streets, on jhe night 01' November ij. Apply to L. U., 17 We.-.t Fourth street. REWARD AND NO QUESTIONS Hold coppcr-coior Watch, No pteni winder, crystal hack, madv by Patck. Pinllipc A Co., Geneva name of owner encraved inside on the works. AppH-to or addles E. PHALON, 517 Broadway. Top Wa T op Wagon, built by Du.enbery Nellson. op l.llilt by- Waterman. AA ON TUE.-DAY EVENIKO, in going from the AKfor House to the Herald office, a Waltham Gold Watch. No. number ol' inure- ment 210.38'J. The above reward will be paid and no tion-i asked on its return to N. ESI'ENSCIIEID, 118 Nas- sau street. E REWARD WILL BE GIVEN FOR THE return oi M. lost hv a carman yen nlay. Address, in confidence, BTILES, Hcraii! A SPECIAt, NOTICES. ALMA LODGE, U. D. F. AND .4. 51. MEETS AT Brcvoort Hall, 156 East F.fty-foilrth street, on tlic Sirsl, second, thir I, Imirlli and tilth Friday evening-! of each month, in P. M. The fratcrnitv generally are cordially invited to attend. THEOPIIILL'S PRATT, Masfer. c- by i pole and Shaas, made by Kimball, cost S3W last week. Fnty Top Wagons, from up. One hundred sets Single and Double Harness, ic. 4c. Twenty very fine family and road Horses. At private sale. JOHNSTON VAN TASSEIjL, _ 110, 112and 114 East Thirteenth street. A T OUR REPAIR SHOP, El CROSBY STREET, WE ofter the lollowing second hand Carriages at low One close Coach, Clarence, Barouche. Top Wiigoii, nearly new, Counclet, iges Sis-seat Rockaway, Four-seat Four-seat Phaeton, Pony PhacUju, Uoz Cart. BRADLEY. PRAY k CO.. successors to John R. Lawrcnee A Co., 553 Broadway. AT VEEY LOW PMCES to cover cash advances AMERICAN A STATED MONTHLY meeting evening, at 1 of this Institute will bo held this IThursdav) s o'clock, at its rooms in the Cooper Buil'd- ia' aaa oiliourth Ako new and second hand single and double Harness- Tiuer, Bear. Buffalo UK'J Fox Skill Eobes. Please and exau.iije at k Sales a1111 Repository, JOHN GAV1T, Kccordins Secretarv. A LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY. IN BANK. GRAND GIFT CONCERT. BR'APCIl A DVERTISEMENTS FOR THE KEW YORKllERALD EtCEIVED AT THE BP.AXCH OFFIC BROADWAY, SIDE, BETWEEN THIRTT-FIKST AKD TUIBTT- tECOND ETHEETS. AZVEKTIEEMENTS ARE RECErVED FHOM 8 A. if. IIII, !P. M. OX WEEK liATS- (SUNDAYS 2 TILL 9 f. u.) AT OPFICE BATES. KO EXTRA CHARGE OF ANT KIND. POSTPONED TO DECEMBER 7, 1872. The second Grand Gift Concert in aid ot the Public Li- brary of KentucKy takes place at Louisville. December 7, The money necessary to pay in fnll all the offered Sifts is now deptoit in tie Farmers and Drovers1 Bank, as will be teen by the lollowins certificate of the cash- S DROVERS' LOUISVILLE, Kr., Sent 2fi, 1S72. f '-'..no'f. !n thi avenue, corner ot Twent3--fiflh if. B. DIN'GBB A CO.. AucSonr-er-i. BAP.E CHANCE TO BUY ONE OF THE F VST- est and best Road Horses in this city; bioyd bar Svcarsold; .second Hamble- R. S. VEECH, Cashier. Prizes, amounting to in Cash 'ill be awarded, the highe 'D re ighesi prizes beinj fcp.OOO suiar 8raaatio11 to SWJ, which is A jail; ton-.an: can beat any dav, and fair sailed and re- liable; cost ow ner last Spring will lelt to-dav lor -'.pply ut.iiablea 13 and 17 East Twcmy-eignth'st. BLANKETS, the besf EIankets- strapped and unstrapped, of A good staliie Blanket, fully trimmed. 30 carriage Bjankcts, Lap Kobes and uooas, a full assort- E. 8- OSBORNE, Murray street, _ _ between College place and Murray street. BLANKETS. BLANK- ete iroin 32 up; 75 Sleighs, slisrhtlv damaged- bv water, from Sets of Harness, from top and open of best makers, from up. _ W. II, GRAY, 20 and 22 Wooster street ANY RELHBLE MAN, WITU S2.5JO CASH, .M JjrP< for sale; will clea yearly; yrand oppnrtunitv tllil. Address U. 31. O., Herald Uptown Branch oflice. A -V- 17. IT. M A C Y A C O. SMART BUSINESS MAN, WHOSE BUSINESS goes very badly, and who is determined to !o his adflrc'" to A- boi BAKERY FOR DOING -V GOOD BUSINESS; Sixtlf for premises, 92a T710R SALE-OWING TO ILL HEALTH, NEARLY ONE- J. na I interest in a iart-e incorporated manulaeturin. in good improved real estate if reqniTOf Call on or ad- drcssB.Sl'E.AItXS, 138 East Flity-ninth street It i_9 our hit-host nridc to sill onr goods at the lowe---t prices. GRASD we arc now opening daily all CENTRAL. of the latest from London. IMii-i, Berlin, and other European Markets. AH of our own importation. .1 For Qucenstownand LlverpooL Rojal Mall arc appointed'to sail as CITY 01' ANTWERP Thursday, Nov. 7, 10 A M C1TYOF BRUSSELS Saturday. Xov.
il East Thirty-third stnxt, Delwecn Madisoa and Foarlh avenges. PRITATE STABLE. IN REAR OF HOUSE 36 East Thirty-seventh street Inquire on the premises. EXPRESS AND TWO TfHITB STAE LINB FOR AND LITERPOOIX CAERY1SG THE UNTTED STATES HAIli and lull-powered steamships. bailmg from >ew York on Satnrdays. from Li Thursdays. eaUtaa at Cork Harhor each way. SnttliT-n............Saturdav .November IS. at4-JO P.M. HAi-Tir- ...........Saturday, November23, at ATT lnovcmber 30. at M. ATLANTIC..............Satnrday, December 7 at 11 A. It From the White Star dock, PaVonia City Passepcer accommodations (or all classes nnrrvalici combining safety, soeed and comlort smoking room and bathrooms in midship section, where least motion is felt Snrceons and stewardess accompany the steamer. Bates-Saloon. SSO in gold; steerage, in currencv. -Those wishing to send for iricnds m the Old Country can now obtain steerage prepaid certificates, cor- Passengers booked to or from all parts of America aris, Hamburg, JSorway, Sweden, India, Australia, tij ,ntna. Ac. Drafts frotn upwards. For injyction 01 plans and otherinformatioa annlv ai office, 19 Broadway, New York, .ills of lading issued to Continental ports. ___________ J. H. SPARKS. Agent SJDONOVAN ROSSA NATIOSAJC, LIKE OF Lonflon direct Cork, Londonderry Glasjow, erpocl. Superior steerasc accominoda- twn. Wcdncalays and Saturdays, Between Chambers and TTarrcn streets. Broadwav, LINE OF STEAMSHIPS. J> Weetly to fortnighUy to aziy. in uo 1051 Ensue ss Btirry, West street In this City anil A F1T.NISHED A PW1LT, x'l JamilT of s'lnlts: r.n i Jnodtrate. Address, with loll fuirScaUr-v s. is.. Ix..-. Herald office. i SSALl. FAMILY DESIRE ITTE OK WELL S-TO. Aaaress, with particulars, 59' Broad J-T TO QUEENSTOWN AND LITE'BPOOL. from piers and A'ortb Kivcr JT. Webster...........Saturday, Nov. 16. at3P .V. .Saturday. >'or. a at W A. M. EGYPT, 51 at330P V. FOE LOSDOS DIRECT. Nov.7, atlOA. M. Nov. 16 at J P M. Xov.27 3L THESE STEAMSHIPS ARE THE LARGEST IS THE TRADE. Cabin passage, and _ SWcraie. S2S. cnrrencv. Prepai-3 steerage tickets from Liverpool. QnceasUnrn, pndonderrr. Glascow_ or London, cnrrcncr. For itirther inJomjatJoaspplv at tbc oiScc. SBroadway. R W. J. HI-RST. Jfanaccr. DEDUCTION IS PASSARK RATES. i Jl ANCHHK LINE. i Express passenger sail Irom I and alternate Wflncsday. FasPcncers and Jorwardcti to and irom all rail- statins :n Great Bnyiin, Ireland, rierm-inv. Nor- j way, or Dcnmarlt and America a? ly, ctnnlortariivjiii'l chrviplv as any rente "r line. j 3 ym If TKTTOr.IA Nov 3 Nov. y} IA----------Prc. S TRTNACKIA..... _IVc. I1WA ............3xa. I iv-c. I _ _.7in. 15 INDIA...............Iv-.-. H I Ja 2S At KIVCT. New Yirfc rnr- r, ry br Followed L AND ETERY THREE WE'EKS'THEEEAFTER. steamers are specially atlap'.ei to tropical ser- vice, have large staterooms, bathrooms and superior ventilation, and take only first class passenger--. A. limited amount of cargo wiil be taken liornstedt GartJiorae, owners, 70 Soiith street, Ifew lors. to 70 South ..creei. >-ew Y0rfe. DIRECT Lisa TO HATA.VA. HAVANA. PJKOGSESOA.VDI-E Nov. Dec. T y, Dec. C. Railroad. For Ireignt or passage iopiy to C. jfaLLORT. 143 Maiden lr.ni. HIP LINK on batontar. November 9. rorireiant or passage, having superior ai lions, apply to I I IOR SEW ORLEANS DIRECT. Southern Line. The steamship AKIADSE, Captain Doane. leave pier 21 East River. No Freight tSr St Louis, Mobile aid C. B. MALLORY It. CO- 1S3 Maiden lane. ATLANTIC HAIL STEAMSHIP ciscl TereseXT at 3 f or rrciglit or passage a 14 !ppf A.7W-. DDIOCK, President. 5 Bowling Green. YORK AITD HAfAJTA Jfew Line or steomshipaL These -vessels are nnsorpassca for JOatcs of ssilins, ic., in n frrtgrc advertisement. HEWLETT TOBRASCK SETT OSL'vAS? MSECT Through raw; CITCTI to Galvcston, Wharf. Brazos. Santiago and S_ I, _ passive. sax For irciltt or piossse H. B. CSOMWELt. 85Svegrf K'S CTTr pOTyr AXD X Tnc "m SttflTrtship CoiiTianv -will gw 'Stir elncant SMarau PlaXrman. oomTnajrfcr Vorfolle, roinfa-nd Hicb-n'-TKl, Th-crslav 7 il 3' r. NEWSPAPER w rt a. few arst class ft'i'.T. ]l" T WOLT- BKOTHE51S'. S9S BEOADW iT. JV ana TwcniwU K' 4iiftTnr.3irK.le-n dry. poTlt-r Jot Indira. TWMJS, TOT: SjtLX. A1.T, KINDS xtnc l.irfif, a. R WiVBTT'S No. r. dnial. Ji. -lonxsos, r.r.rrKT.-R, isr.i-: BOT STrtn; The- t-vcnnt in ?ilv for sale, a Urce ol JsjlXi. ic. F.iP. IT J7..; r r--R- xtj TACHTS. f-OK o-R Birrft, 11 r ciiT't T -fl-n' cr-nt; r AI-LAM J'iT) IMj lint T.'-, BXf'H fir WOXS. AT ST.O'n'K 22 T-JAMOSD OK M Jjii.'i !n:
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