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L^AfHIUa PLMAB0EM 0?bUN? ASSOCIATION I ID EnDAY, ijti. 21. at 2)4 o . lock Match, $5W) 11111? hcaflh, be.t ibice id five, to * it on. B. F. Join * names b?%7 Hilly Howe. Hiram Woodruff names a. ?. Newonrg JOSEPH CROCHERON, Manager. l^AfTl'OM I'UAASUKK GROUND ASSOCIATION. " Y? k NBdSA V, O l A, at 2)a o'.iuck. Match. (400. Mil heats, beat three In UVg. 8 1 roo'.s name h. p. K n dor Ura 'ley. to warnn. Joe < 00k name* a ui. I, rtv Wlnthoit. 10 harness JO.jh.fll OKOCIILUijM, Manager. UNION l Oru.SK I. 1 -ON MO ."DAY, OCT. 20. AT 2,'i uschtck 1'. .'j., match tor (1,000, three >ear 0.1U, nilia boats, lu harness. H. F. Jon.-a naun a h. m. Moll Pitcher, by liaiiiDleioatao. out of Spiuer Leg-, Mr. Loveti names a. m. Dl.tcheae Malafcoir, by Logan, out of Roto. Uootl day and food track. SHAW A WHITE, Proprietors. ITMION COl'RSK, L. I.?'TROTTING.?ON MONDAY, ) Oct 20 at 2>i o'clock P. M.. match lor (l.UU). three gtr ol<ls, lolle lieuts, in h., rt.eiM. U.K. Jones names b m. ill Pitcher, by Ham' lelonlan. out at Spider Legs. Mr. \ ett names a. m. Ditches, Mnlakeif, by Locan, out of B0U1. flood day and good irsek. SHAW A WHITE, Proprietors. XTNIOV OOPR8E, L I -ON WEDNESDAY, OCT. 2 J at ball-past two o clock P M., match for (2U0. lie year olds, mile heats, best three In five, to wagons. 8. It Biivliilluan.es b. In.lepi ndi nee, by Ah lallab, bred in Orange count.. L. 8. Han 1111 Is names g. ?. Plough Boy, by (Pioiigb boy, bred gn Long I maud. Good day and good track. SHAW A WHITE, Proprietors. HURSEk, CARRIAGES, AC. A SPLENDID PAIR OP BAY HORSES FOR SALE? They are 16^ bands hlgb, 6 and 7 years old; have lull nu urni tails, very closely matched, sound and kind, very styli-h and Taut Can be seen at Jarvls' stable, Broadway ?ud Porty-S' cond street. CHAS. E. MILLS, 31 Cedar street. Avery stylish pair op black horses for sal. ?They are 16 hands high, very closely matched, and will be warranted in all respects. Can be seen at McDonald's stables, West Tw euty third street, near Sixth avenue, before 9 o'c o k. A CART AMD HARNESS FOR SALE CHEAP. NEAR ly new. A Sleigh for one horse, in good coi'dUion, ul A stylish pattern. will be bought if offered at a cheap price; on'* a tn u shifting seat for two or four persona pisftrrcd. Apply a W Laurens street. C10UPE FOR SALE ?SECOND HAND COUPE, NEAR ! ly now: also several Rorkawaya and Light Wagons. Apply at 83 Cedar street, near Broadway. /"CARRIAGES. VJ MINER ft 8TEVENS, N"- 72, 74 and 76 Walker street, lirst door east of Broadway, ?nuiutacmrcis of Carriages and Light Wagouaof superior quality, to which they invite the inspection of purchasers. fioR SALE-A GRAY HORSE, 16)4 HANDS HIGH; good style. Also, a . E\| r**ss Wagou. neariy new, tog ? th' r ivilh aingie Harness. Apply at l'J4 Duune street, N. Y. FOR HALE?A VERY HANDSOME YOUNG ORANGE county Horse; hay. fifteen hands high, six years old; can trot In 2 46, single or double, and has an improving gait; will show time. Also a gray three years old Filly by lloag lan's Gray Messenger out ot the Boerum Abdallah mare that trotted iu 2 3.1; well broken, and can trot tn three minutes. Built the above will be sold low. Apply at 200 Ninth street. RALE-A VALUABLE PAIR OF MULES. DARK P brown, 16 hands hi-.h, weight about 2.00", well mat* lied, ?it and seven years o'd. Inquire of BARTON A SHEL DON. 221 and 224 Merchants row, Wast Washington mar ket, n. y. J'OR PALE (OR WOULD TRADE)?A BROWN PONY. 16 hands h gli, six yea s old, sound, and haa trotted la less than two minutes and ill ty seconds Address Brown Fony, Herald oti.ee. FOR 8ALE?TWO nORSES, ONE FIVE AND THE other six years old; tin y are both 16 hands high, color bay; tin y ore both warranted round and kind In every rc 2>ect; also a light box Wagon and two seta of light Harness, lunLeis and Wiup. Inquire, at 131 Eaai Twenty-thir l at For sale cheap?a two horse spring wa | ii, in good order, flt to earry ;?.r lona Apply at 44 Mnti siren. OR SALE?FOR HALF HKR VALUE, A MESSEN gcr Mare, 6 years uid 15,'? hands high, sourd an t kind; l trot a u.ii.: .ii 2 ?U, or 16 uitles within he hoU Apply 4 ifov orv. F Ff SALE?A LONG TAIL BAY HORSE, 16>f HANDS. n.? yeais o,d, nouod. and kind in single and doubie n .ii runted without fault or blemtsh: suitable for ? t riage or inllttury purposes. To be seen at Wilson's stable, e e H .-i ker and Crosby s'reels. LiuIt HALE?A BEAUTIFUL GRAY MARK. ROUND I1 and kind: an aaay trotter And excellent canlerer: a A .o.vy horw for Central 1'ark riding. To be *> !d at public am linn At Tatiersahs stable*, corner of Thirty ninth street And Sixih Avenue, on Tuesday morning next. At UK o'clock. "CAtiH 6ALB-THE FINEST TEAM OF GRAY HORSES IN A? the City, aix year* old, sixteen bands high, sound. And kind either for double or single harness or the saddle. May b* seen at 381 West Thirty-flrst street. rill SALE?A PAIR OF BEAUTIFULLY MATCHED long tail Bay Mai ex, 15K hands high, 6 and 6 years old; will driv* smcli' or double, and are handsome ana easy sad dle horses. Also, a handsome light Carriage and Harness? u i <1 only tour months. Can be seen at Ceutnil Stables, eoruer Thirty-ninth street and Broadway. ICUK RALE?A SPLENDID SADDLE MARE, 15 HANDS -T ii), veurs old. long tail and mane, a re.v handsome, aplrtied animal. Price SI75. Can be seen at Blck's livery stable. US Liberty afreet. HOKBB, CART AND WORK OF A BROADWAY house for sale, cheap, as the owner rannot attend to it. Inquire at 47 and 49 Elizabeth street, in the store. Horses, carriages, harness and sleighs for sale.?A large stock of new and senoud hand family Carriages, Rorkaways, Buggies nsd Business Wa.ons; one hue. pair of matched |mncy-hiiilt Horses and Ilai ness, and tf y othrr Horses. Apply at HI Nevins street and 184 Fulton areuue, Biooklyn. NEW YORK TATTERSALL'S, SIXTH AVENUE AND Thirty ninth atrei t.?'Tuesday, Oct. 31, at Ilk o'clock. Regular auction aa>? oi Ho see. Wagons, Harucse^aa En tries to be made on before Monday, Jbih Inst. W. M. LANGLEY, Proprietor. ONE NICE BAY HORSF^JUST FROM THE COUNTRY. ?Ji ye r-old 18 lunula hi.h; lit loi a co.n earl, stevedoi#, tr ck orany downtown work: Uround and kind; will be e-'l'lebr.ip or trad d for* hur.eof less xalue. Inquire at Ml Canal ureet. WANTED-A BAY SADDLE HOR>E, FOR A LADY; muni be 18 han l - high, trot and canter, kind, gentle A 1 sound, beetxlia , go in single or double bariters, have 1 g i II no t mime, an i carry his heed up wrlL A idre.s D. D 11 ra>d ottiot, slating lowast <ash prlie, and lull parrot* hoi; hkm, rooms, <ec? wax ted. A FURNISHED HOUSE WANTLD-BY A (i EN TLB man unit Ins wife, from Twentieth lo Thirty-nftti streets, between Fourth and Stitb aveuues. Addreaa A. B., box I,OKI New York Piat other. iron safe wasted?oe large size, suitable I fur a counting ro?:n. lira And burglar proof. Any pat ty >*? iu a good second h ind one, and willing to dl?|>ose of It U a fair price, may apply to Bruah A Co., 3ft Front atrei-L ElOOMS WANTED?A QUIET FAMILY FROM THE it country, with thrlrown Bedding, Crockery, ac., with a u who'd Koo ii and two or three bedrooma, plainly fiirmab - with cooking More, cOiura, bedsteads and glean, from ?memberuntil May; rent monthly In advance. Location (Blow Thirtieth atreet, near a city railroad; lermi modemta; mi tenement houae; (irat or aecond floor, Addreaa Bernard, lerAid u'brr. ANTED-A SMALL HOUSE. FOR A FAMILY OF four adults, between Third and Eighth avenues. not S'a Twelith street. Rant ahont MOO. Oat and water ta meable. Addreaa K. A R? Herald ofllna, atatlng rant loaallon, at none other will be attended to. WANTED?TILL 1ST MAY NEXT, FURNISHED OR unltirnbked, the Ftret Floor, Baaement and Kllchen af a mode rate ailed house, with gaa, water, Ac., situated be ?wren Eighth and Fortieth atreata and Second and Beyanth ?v< n- e*. Addreaa P. H? New York, through the Peat ofllcft. Haling terms and describing the apartaenta w WJ r ANTED?FOR A SMALL FAMILY, CONSISTING OF bualiand, wife. Infant and three tenants, a furnished Hotter, between Fourth and Sixth avenues and Tenth and Fortieth -treeta; no bad and labia linen, blanket* or silver re quired. Addreaa box 3.446 Post office. WANTED?TO HIRE A FINE ROOM, UNFURNISHED, f v for a email claaa of young ladles, between Twentieth Ac 1 Twenty fourth str eta, and Seventh and Ninth avauues. addreaa Mrs. Vincent, Union square Poet office. WANTED-BY A FAMILY OF GROWN PERSONS, pan of a Houae. six or aeven Noma, situated east or the Bowery, between Second and Seventh atresia; rent moderate. Addreaa C. B. T., 17fl Bruadway. ANTED-FOR THE WINTER. A FIRST CLASS furnlahrd llouae, on or near Fifth avenue, between Foiirteenth and Thhtr-fourth elreat*. Addreaa. alatlng altua Moa, I arm*, ,tc., a, w. c., bo? j.uii Poet office. VILLAQR UOTBL.-WANTED TO rent, at ABOUT V %Mt per year, a euug little Public Houae, with about fix rootiit, a bam, (table, abed and two or three aero of I nil. niilaiw no object?Ova hundred mile* if a trade can he done at the bar. Addreaa Sam Hyoaa, Syoaaetl, L. I. w rilRllTV a hKDHOOM HUH' or ENAMELLED FURNITURE JV In all color*. of warranted manufacture; alao e?>lld on- atnul Chamber Bulla, flalu and ornamental, at H. F. ? ARRINOTON rt, .168 Canal alrect, oppoaltc W .water. Eatab Ua.ict In 1M& t IX KINDS OF FURNITURE, MATTKBKSKH, BED /\ d>ti| Louklng-Gihaeaa, Ac., below auction price*, at O. W. MNBDK.N 8. M Bower;, batween Htanton and Hout ton etreeta. tiou.la war. anted and dellrerert free Call, and ant a money. Mote tba number Roaawood Parlor Far allure. i ' ARi'KT WANTED?ANT PERSON WIS HI NO TO DIB V p -e of a Biuaeela ar Veleet Carpal, but little worn, of a> out 7o junta, can hear of a cash auatomer by making the pi 1 a an object. Addraaa bo I 4,MS Poet ofloe atating full particular* l/UKMTURK, CARPETS, BOOKS, PAMPHLETS AND r l.ilirariea purrhaaed for ready money, at 128 Sluh ara nne betweeu Ninth and Tenth alreata. A large quantity of Book* alway a on baa4. T.'UHS1TIKK HOll.lIT ?ALL PERSONS HATINO X1 Iifliiaehold Furniture to aeU, either In alatla piecea or the entire furniture of the houae, can And a jaah buyer by call.uk on T. WHELAN, 47f Third aeenua, ar addraaa a nola aa above. , MIRRORS -CASH WILL BE PAID FOB A PAIR OF Pier Mlrrore, with Staoda, about IS feet celling. Ad ilr.n, atating pr4<?. BTB . Herald ulBce. Wanted to 16re?furniture, mew ob be. eon.I band, mutable ler the parlora of a email houae: would purcltaae If payment would lie accepted In monthly Iti-Ldmeutai referenced, Ac., made aatlaiaatory. Addraaa W. C M., Herald aSkn. 5 ~ HOTELS. 7 LBloN IKiTK.D and BOARDINO, as? hidbon \A all eel, corner of tihaftM.?Plaaaant and neatly fur Biahea Rooms, in aulta 01 alngle, aultable for faniMea or aln< lereini IVraona wialtlng a comfortable home for iba Win nn.l -^^'rAMBBBT. P?pH.tor. UIL.LIAMM. PATENT COMPRESSED ItORT BIL ? ?? hard Jt .gntallr and Flfle. n Hall Pool, Faro Chcka, llucale ftlaiK*. Ac., niaiiulBctnreU nn.l fur aaie toWX, M ixfct). SUfclWtlre atreat alen of the finlden Kje-bae. P1IO. VfOTPCB. -TIIB H.K8TRIOTIONKON t*"* PEL HaVFNO XI bam, ri'MlM by order at lb- W?l). parlatenl, pam-tii gcis about ut tlstl Europe will uu Masker ne i. quired lu pro vide themselves Will) passport*. JOUR U. DALE, Agent. STEAM WEEKLY TO UVBRTOOL, TOUCHING AT Quc.ustuwo iCork Harbor )?Tee Llvi ipool, New York anil Philadelphia Si-uniehiii Company luieud despatching lb**li full powered Clyde built iron swam-hlp* as follow a ? CITY OP NEW YOKE Saturday October XV, KANGAROO Saturday November 1, EDI.VBUKil.. Saturday Novembers, Aud every succeeding Saturday, at noon, from pier M Nortb river. KATES OP PAH8AUB. FIRST CABIN $83 STEERAGE $33 Do. to London 90 Do. to London 38 Do. to Parle SIS Do. to Parle 43 Do. to Hamburg 9ft Do. to Hauibur* 4l) Passenger* also forwal-ded to Havre. Bremen,-Rotterdam, Antwerp, Ac.,atequally low rates. Pares from Liverpool or Guecnsiown? 1st cabin, $83, $93 and $113. Steerage irom Liverpool, $43. Prom Queens town, $33. Those w ho wish to send for their friends can buy tickets here at these rates. The*e steamers haie superior accommodations for pas senders, are strongly built in water-light i$n sections, sud carry puieiit Are annlhllaiors. Experienced surgeons are at tached to each steamer. Kor rorther iniormstion apply In Liverpool to WILLIAM INMAN, ugenl, 22 Water street; in Glasgow to ALEX. MAL COLM. No. 6 St. Enoch square; In Oueensiowu to C. AW. D. SEYMOUR A Co.; in London io EIVES A MACKY.61 King William street; In Paris to JULES DECOUE, 48 Rue Notre Dame des Vicioires, Place >le la Bourse; In Philadel phia to JOHN G. DALE, 111 Walnut street, or at the com pany's offices. JOHN O. DALE, agent, 13 Broadway, N. T. THE BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL MAIL 8TEAMSIII 1*8 BETWEEN NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL, CALLING AT CORK HARBOR, AND BBTWBEM BOSTON ANU LIVERPOOL, CALLING At HALIPAA and coke harbor. SCOTIA, Cupt. Judkins. CHINA, Capt. Auderson. PERSIA, Capt. LolL ASIA, Capt. Coak. ARABIA, Capt. Stone. INLROPA, l.'apt. J. Lcltch. AFRICA, Capt. 81iannon. CANADA, Capt. Muir. AMERICA, WmooUI..raiNI^OARA, <?pt. A. Ryrik. Tbeae vessels carry a clear wnttei lgiu at maal head, green on atarboard bow; red on port bow. PROM KEW TORB TO L1TRRPOOL. Chief cabin passage yiBO Second aabiu paasage 30 prom soma* ro litkhpooi.. Chief cabin passage $126 Second cabin passage 70 SCOTIA leaves New York Wednesday, Octobers. EURO!'A leaves Boston Wednesday, October 15. 1'ERSIA leaves New York Wednesday, October 23 ASIA leaves Boston Wednesday. October 29. ACSTKALASIAN leaves N< w York Wednesday. Nov. A ARABIA leaves Boston Wednesday, November 12. Berths not secured until paid for. A11 experienced surgeon on board. The owners of these ships will not be accountable for gold, silver, bullion, specie, jewelry, precious stones or metals, utiles-, bills of lauing are signed inerel'erand the value there of therein expressed. For freight or passage apply to E. CUNAllD, No. 4 Bowling Green. Royal mail steamship persia for liver pool.?The PERSIA. E J. Lott commander, will sail I mm the stream on Wednesday next, 2fd inst. A steamboat will ply between the Company's wharf, Jersey City, and the Persia from 10 10 12 o'clock, to convey passengers snd bag cage on board. None but passengers can he taken on board. The AUSTRALASIAN will sail Nov. 5. E. CUNARD, No. 4 Bowling Green. THE OREAT EASTERN HAVjNO TOUCHED THE ground on her late passage from Liverpool, It has been considered advisable to make a thorough examination of her bottom before sending bar to aea; her departure will there fore be delayed beyond her previously advertised day of sail ing. Holders of return tickets will have them renewed, or the money returned as they may desire. Due notice will be given of the ship's departure. The north german llotd-s steamship uansa, II. I vuii Hanteii, commander, carrying the United States mall, will sail from pier 80 North river, foot of Chambers street, on SATURDAY. OCT. 25, AT 12 O'CLOCK, U. TOR BREMEN VIA SOUTHAMPTON, taking nasseiireisto LONDON, HAVRE, SOUTHAMPTON AND BREMEN, at the following rates ? For the hrst cabin, $115; second cabin, 970; steerage, $40. For freight or passage apply to __ J)BL!UCH8* CO.. <8 Broad street. FOR LIVERPOOL AND LONDON.-TAPSCOTT'S LINE. ShipJOUN II. KYEKSON, at plerSO East river, sails foi Liverpool Monday, October 20; ship AMAZON, at pier lb East river, sails for London October 22. For passage to or from or drafts on England and Ireland, apply to TAPS COTT A CO., 86 South llrcet. FOR LIVERPOOL.?POSITIVELY FIRST PACKET tails Oct. 22.?Tne favorite clipper ship ARCTIC, (.'apt Zrega, has si perlor state room aecomrqodatlous for cabin Mi'1 hi con.t cabin passengers. Apply on board, at pier No. 14 1 as river, or to A. TEN EVCK, (57 South street. MO. ROBERTS' LINE OF STEAMSHIPS FQR CALL ? ioruia and Oregon, via Nicaragua Through In ad vance of the mail. Oreat reduction in fates through to San Francisco, No detention on the Isthmus. The new and splehqid Steamship AMERICA, 2,0(X) tons, Commander JEFF. MAURT, 3111 sail on Saturday, October 26, at 12 o'clock, noon, pre leljr, from her pier at the loot of Warren street. North river, for Sin Juan del Norte, connecting with the fast and well known steamship MOSES TAYLOR. 1,600 tons, E. Howes, commander, to aail \vitho\tjlelity lor San Francisco direct on the arrival of the passengeit at Sati Juan del Bur. The speed and accommodations of theae steamers are un surpassed by any steamers on either oreitit, and It is Intend ad ?<> land iiis^aiior.sa Kv ikla Una in Ami LVo no i ao/t evil it in ') 1 ed to laud passengers by thla line in San Fraucisco within 21 nderslgned having been in the California trade since tho beginning, bogs to inform toe nubile that this is a perma nent lme. ahd net put on fof the purpose of being bought or driven off. The ships will positively loave on lh?day adver dava. The u month, ahd in six months other ships will be ready, so that a double nervier may ca relied upon. For lalormatiou or passage apply to M. O. ROBERTS, No. 177 West street, corner of WArreu street. North river. Australia.-kangaroo link for melbgcrne First t easel to sail?The splendid, Urol class, noble Ccket ship BAVARIA, l,SOU tons, Warren, commander, will Uespawncd as above early in November. The accommo dation* for first and sedond cabin pa-wngers are elegant and unsurpassed. MAlLLEtt, LORD A (jl'EKEAli, 10a Wall street. Arrangement commencing jflt i, i?j. FOR CALIFORNIA VIA PANAMA. A first class steamer w ill leave New York on the 1st, llth s no 21st of each month, except when these dates fall on Sunday, when the day of departure will be on the Monday following. For i reight or passage apply at the only office, No. 8 Bow ling Ore, c D. B. ALLEN, Agent. IpOR NEW?OKLKAN'S DIRECT?THE FIRST CLASS ' sieeuisblp I'OToMAC, Captain Oco. O Fletc her, will leave pkr No. 9 North river, on Wednesday, October 82, at 12 o'clock noon For freight or pasaAgc apply toll B. CROM WELL A CO., 86 West street. _ FOR HAVANA, VIA NASSAU, N. P.?THE A 1 RilUsh steamship PAC1FC. 1,800 tons. VV. 11. Eroblu' lon, Commander, will be despatched for the above.portson Saturday, Oct. 28, at 12 o'clock M., from Pier 80 East rlv. r, foot of Montgomery street. The Pacific Is an Iron altamohip, side-wheel, very rast, has unequalled accommo dations, and la In all respecu a mo?t desirable ship for in tending pass, ngers an-1 enipDera Shippers and passengers will remember that this Is a Br.tiah ship, and th< rvrord there will be no risk of Confederate privateers. For freight or passage apply to JOHN R. BACON. No. 83 South street FOR HAVANA DIRECT Rh? new and splendid United States Mail Steamship RAGLE. Riehard Adams, United Stales Navy, commandsr, Will leave pier No. i North river, on Thursday, Nov. 0, at 12 o'clock noon precisely, for Havana direct. Price of peasage $70. For paaaage apply ?p0rj,0RD TiLB8T0J( * CO , ? 29 Broadway. IXSTR^VCTtUR. AT COOPER INSTITUTE?BRYANT, HTRATTON k Peon's Commercial College?Instruction day and even Inx In bookkeeping, mercantile law.' business penmanship, commercial arithmetic, higher mathematics, Ac. Every poatiblc advantage offered young men for acquiring a com plete business education. Academy op penmanship, bookkeeping, arithmetic, Ac., 302 Broad a ay, continued by W. C. HOOGLAND, for many years with Oliver B. Ooldsintth. No claaaes. Thorough practical instruction, with earnest, careful attention. Open day and evening. Terms moderate AT DOLBBAB'B COMMERCIAL ACADEMY, 909 Broadway, puptls have superior advantages. They are prepared*prsctioall) tor any kind of business. Gentlemen or boys receive private lessons and become quick In figures, rapid business penmen, and skllftfl bookkeeper. YOUNO LADY, OP EDUCATION AND REPINED association", would like ta en rr a latnlly of the highest re chlldrcnnn English, or reepectabilltjrto Instruct two or more as companion to some lady ree ding In New York or travelling abroad. Addrraa A. M., Herald oOlte. A LL?BOOKKE?PI\U. WRITING, ARITHMETIC AND common English branches ore litngbt in strictly private rooms day and evening. atPAIMES' ool established rooms, <S Bowery, New York, and WA Fuiion street, Brooklyn, Ladles writing lessons, $2 for iwrnty lessons. GOOD HANDWRITING GUARANTEED TO LADIES and gentlemen In ten easy lessons. Practical lusiruc - ^ Jkkeeptng, i 1 - *" tlon In bookkeeping, arithmetic, correspondence, Ac. OLIVER R. UOLDSMIT1L No. 6 Pourth avenue, below Eighth street. A YoUNO LADY OF EDUCATION WISHES A SITU A tlon as visiting or resident governess. Instruction Cen In the high' r English branches, with the rudiments el tin. Terms very moderate. Call on or address M. C. Ilalll.it, (lor two days,) No. l.Ififi Broadway. 13 LOCUTION TAUGIIT-STAMM BRING CURED.? | Gr.'St I i.thusiaMn lit the Vi>, nl Gymossium, Vft Essi Twenty-seventh street, corner of Madison avenue. Complete course In Vocal OymnasAea, Elocution and Callethenbe. Special attention given to the culture and development of the vote. V,?eal gymnastics render the voice smooth, pow fui an I mclodioua, and afford ue the highest order or eter nise. Stammering radleally en red. The system approved and practiced by the first masters tn Europe. French language taught, with tiie great ret purity of pronunciation and the simplest method, bv a well known and real native Parisian professor. Evening classes for gentlemen; afternoon classes Tor ladies. Appl. at No. ? Fulton evfnue, between Pearl and Jay ill., Brooklyn. SELECT DRILL CLASS FOR CADETS, OP TEN TO Hi teen years of age, In successful operation; Instruction. Tuesday and Priday at 4 o'clock P. M For refercneee (of the highest respectability) and part'culara apply at the Armory. MM Broadway. WANTED-TWO OR THREE LADIES TOGO TO THE far West as Teachers am?M the Indiana To those who are fond of adventors, this (a ancicetlent opportunity; good wages, transportation, and all ei|ienees )*id Por further information, call for three days, al 119 Thompson St , room Ifi, between Ma sad nth ava.at I sad 4 P. M. A ? M*T?iioauu YOUNO GENTLEMAN. W YKAK8 OF AUG. Of ample meant, tort by etreuraataaoe* deprived of the m Joymenie of parent*i and home, W deairnua of meeting >t young lady tot more than It > eara old, who la liandaomn. nnd of a nmly and ainlablo dmpoaltlon, with a rleiv to uiatri monr. Addree* Southerner. Ileram olUoe,for three dare, ?latin* where an Interview ten be bad. Aoee enrloam* a earte Se rfeite will mseire the fleet awti-ntMn. AM GENTLEMAN. AGED w yearh, would lire lo eorreaptmd with an KuglUh lady, irom at to a year* old, one poa-eae>nf tnlarabl" pereonat atlraetlona, a l< elu,t ?ml amiable dlaioellftia, may write hi conti lenoe. The ad vertieer la qnlte earacal, and hope*' no trltllne will be at tempted. Money not neeeeeary. AnWeea F. F , N?? 121 llerald offlee. Matrimony ?st. roch t ?.>i itkn. exciting hook; ?r, r? 'iiioiarrlrd lady and frniloman ah on hi road It. M< ni Tiee for a lire* rent Gamp. Add'eaa Au'.kor, boi ?*? Pill lade I oh la. fkAIsBS AT AUCTION. Abraham van dkrpo l, auctioneer *13.DUO worth of tup" rh Parlor, Chamber, D.ntiigKooin m l Li'u-.iiy Kuru.lure, Blegant Mantel Maine* ami Hisju tee, Valuable Paintlug*, magollireni Pianoforte, Velvet Carpet#, Parlor Oraamenta, no. Ou U.W day,Monday, <M 2U wit* the entire elegant Kurulture of a flr-? Has* house A rare opportunity for housekeepers an.I olheis to purchaw llr?t olaax Household Puriulure and elegant A lormucn's At auction pr.cua. the aale peremptory, at the residence. No. 113 West Twenty-third street, near Sixth avenue. Sate at 10)tf o clock. MAGNIFICENT ROSEWOOD PIANOFORTE, superior 7 octave rosewood Pianoforte, made by city makers, has all the modern Improvem. nts. marble lop Music Cabi net, embroidered Cover and Stool; rich Tapestry Carpets, solid roeew. od Secretary and bookcase, re-> ? . od marble top Etageie, rou wood Centre, Sola aud Pier Tables, rich solid rosewood Parlor Suits, with Armoires. covered in Solfertno and Oenoa silk and green and gold trocatel; Turkish Louuges, wltli Chairs to match, in rich sstln damask; four elegant Pier and Mantel Mirrors. Brouze and Ormolu Chandeliers, lady's Pr-nch Se-retaij, lined with satin wood; corner Elageres, elegant >. alnct Sulla, covered In green and Preuoh reps; En.ol,neure. Bmn/e and Marble Statuettes, rteh Da mask and Lace Curtain*, Gold and Landscape I , Shade*, Brnn/.e < locks, valuable Landscape Paintings, rich Bohe mian, Lava and Sevres Mautel Vases and Ornaments; Jewel Bones, Card Receivers. Hon.;uet Holders, Marble Statuary t elegant rosewood Bed-toads, with spring and hair Mat tresses to tit; marble top Dressing Bureaus, Washstands and Commodes; French China Toilet Seta, roe.iwo.id Shaving Siaml. superb Feather .Reds aud Bedding, Tete-a Teles, Arm Chairs, Ruokers, Engravings, Suite in haircloth and reps; Card Tables, Clocks, Oval Mirrors, French and 8prlng Seat Chairs, marble top oak Sidebokrd, Extension Table, oak Dining Chairs, rich ruby crystal Cut class of every descrip tion; Preuch and Iudia'China, rich Silver*Ware, urns, Cas ters, Ac. a uction notice.?d d. caulkins. auctioneer. ^ ft ce 339 Broadway. . LARGE SALE ELI^OANT HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Ri Jh French Pier and Mantel Mirrors, SUPERBLY CARVED ROSEWOOD P.IANOFORTB, ELEGANT SILVER PLATE. AC., Purchased at a COM of over $ 10,1)00. ON MONDAY. OCT. 30. At the elegant private residence, No. H1H West Feurteenth street, near Eighth avenue, commencing at 10X o'clock A. M. The sale comprises the entire contents of the house. The elegant Parlor Furniture was made to order, and Is in solid rosewood The whole wlil be sold to the highest bidder for cash, offering extra Inducements to purchasers, as the entire furniture of the house is new, having been made wilhlu six months. Elegant rosewood seven octave Pianoforte, with all modern Improvements, overstrung bass, Ac., cost $600; rich rose wood Stool, covered In satin, and embroidered Cover, three elegant full Suits of rosewood Parlor Furniture, in rich bro cade and satin; rosewood Etagerea. splendid and rostly Pa rian Ornaments, rich Vases, Ac.; also a ma ;ninccnt collection of rare Paintings, rcsewoo-1 Turkish ami Ease Chairs, in fine repe; rosewood Centre and side marble top Tablet, richly carved. Chamber Suits, in rosewood and mahogany; Bureaus, carved Bedsteads, Waahstauds, So1 a Beds, In hue haircloth; ten pure Hair Mattresses, from SO to 90 pounds, made to order, In excellent condition. Dining Room Furniture, consisting of fine oak Extension Table, Sliver Ware, rich China, Ivory nnd Silver Cutlery, Forks, Spoons, Ac., with heavy cut and engraved Glassware of every description. No postponement. Auction notice.?r. w. westcott. auctioneer. LARGE AND ATTRACTIVE SALE OF ELEGANT HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Magnificent Works of Art and Ai tides of Virtu, Bronzes, Pianoforte. Paintings, Parian Ornaments, ao., Ac., Coutained in the elegant residence 153 West Twenty first street, between Seventh and Eighth avenues, to he sold this (Monday) afternoon, at 2 o'el'clt precisely, consisting of su perb rosewood Pai lor Suits, In satin, three colored brocatel and French raps; Elageres, t'entr. |and Pier Tables, rich F.er and Mantel Mbrors, Damask and Lace Uui tains, magnificent rosewood Pianoforte, with all modern Improvements; Music Cabinet Stool and Cover, Tapestry and Ingrain Carpets, rosewood and mahogany Bedsteads, Bureaus. Washstands. Slu ing Heat and Cottage Chairs, Shades. Beds and Bedding, Hair i " ' ? . . - - and Spring Mattresses, Blanksts. Paillasses, Ac. Dining Room Furniture consists of oak Buffet, oak Extension Table, China. Glassware, Silverware, Cutlery, Ac., all to be sold without reserve. N. B.? Panics from a distance are assured Hint every article in the bouse will he sold, rain or sbine, and that every article Is in conformity with this advertisement. Tb' re will be respousiblp uten in attendance to cart, pack or ship goods for pur. base re. . Auction notice.?e. rotii. auctioneer. Elegant Household Furniture, Brussels and Ingrain Carpeta, Cut Glass, China Ware and Table Cutlerv AT PUBLIC AUCTION, On Monday. Oct. 20, at II o'clock precisely, at the resldenoe 119 West Eighth street. Clinton place, between Fifth and Sixth avunueS, consisting of rosewood and black walnut Parlor Suite, covered in rich brecaiel and reps; rosewood Etagerei, large Pier end Oval Mirrors, Lace Curtains. Oil PatCildn, Centre and Pier Tables, Vases, Parlqr Ornaments, rosewood tttid mahogany Purler and Bedroom Furfllluri, Chairs, Rdbkors, Lounges, Sofas, Clocks. Tsa and Eitcnslpu Tables. Dining Chairs, Buffet, Chandeliers, Hair and Bpring Mattresses, Be.ds, Wedding, Blanket*, Ac. Auction notice -b. b chews, auctioneer-by CREWS A DOLE, No. 14 Murray Street and No. 17 Park plaoe, Tuesday. October 21, by order of Assignees, the entlrn stock of a wholesale Boot and Shoe Finding establishment, comprising a compirre assortment of Boot and Shoe mate rials, to bo sold without reserve. Also 200cases of Boot* and Sboes, at 12 o'clock. A J. L. SMITH, AUCTIONEER. Wll.L BELL THIS . day, at 12 o'clock, at 17 Sluyvtuuwi street, junction of Ninth street and Third avenue, out Piano, one rosewood Parlor Suit, one black walnut do., rosewood and mahogany Bedroom Sullts, Chairs, Tables, Rockers. Looking OlaeWts, Brussels and Ingrain Carpeta, Oil Paintings, and everything belonging to a first class house. Auction notice.-crockery and glassware?? \YM. w. SHIRLEY, Auctioneer. Extra large sal#; by D. Embitty, Jr.. Tuesday, Oct. 21, at ten o'clock, at 281 Pearl Street. Alt kinds of best and seconds White Granite and Common War*. City and country dealers wanting cash bargaiut attend. Bales fiee, and goods well packed for shipping. Auction balk of ready made clothino, ac. A.M. t KI8TALAR. Auctioneer, wilf sell this day, Oct. 2V. at lOfi o'clock, at 23 Bowery, a lar;e lot of Cloth. C'aa simcre, PtloiL Weaver anil Petersham, Fpock, Saok, Boa ness, and Ovcicoals: Doeskin, Cloth, ("aaslmere and Satinet Pants; 8 Ik, Satin, Velvet and Cloth Vests; also Clo lis, Cassiuieiea, Sstlnets, Muslins, Linings, Alpaoas, Ac. A"b M. VA NDE RPOOL AUCThSnEER^T AMELIA .Taponicaa, Orange and Ledum Trees, Ac., Ac., at auc tion, on Tuesday, 21st iiud., at 10Jd A. N., at No. 9 John street. The sale will comiwtlse a numiier of large Specimen Orcviihouse riant?the finest In the United States; also, an assortment of smaller size?all In fine condition. Benjamin"weaver, JR., will bill on Eonday morning, Oct. 20, at half-past ten o'clock, at No. MO Eighth avenue, near Fortieth street, genteel Household Furniture, Kitchen Utensils. Ac,, being The furniture of a family quilting housekeeping. Particular attention la catted of the public to this sale. Boots and "shoes at auction. WM. M HOLLINGSI1EAD, AUCTIONEER. l.UOO cases Boots, Shoes, Hto?ans and Gaiter- at auction, on Tuesday, October II, at ll)t$ o'clock, at the store of J. T. Whltehouse, No. 25 Cortlandt street, comprising a prime line at seasonable goous mm fleei the mantrfai turer, and wed adapted to < lty and country buyers. Catalogues ready on morning of sale. Edward bchenck, auctioneer. GREAT MALE OF MAGNIFICENT FANCY GOODS, just arrived from Fraocp ax-ship Oermanla, To he iieremptorily sold on FOREIGN ACCOUNT. ViZ: FRENCH PORCELAIN RICH DECORATED DINNER AND TEA SETS. SUPERB BRONZE AND MARBLE CLOCKS, 8KVKEM VASES. VBRKE D EALS, . RARIAN. COLORED BltSUlTE AND BRONZE STATU ETTES. ELEOANT CUT CRYSTAL GLASS, TOILET ARTICLES. And other magnificent goods, to be sold at auction, by ED WARD 8CHENCE,?on Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 22 and 23, ai his salesrooms. No. Is) Broadway, at II o'clock each day. The Goo Is will be oq elhlbltlan on Tuesday, the 21 nt Inst. The above is the most magnificent aale that hue eve^aken place in the city, embracing a large variety of the above goods, worthy the attention of toe tpade and the public generally. LADIES are particularly Invited to inspect the goods. Every facility for packing and shipping the goods will be glran. Edward sintzenich. auctioneer?oreen bonw Plant*, Flowera, Ae.-By D. W. IVSB A CO., on Tuesdsy next, at II o'clock, at the Horticultural Ru-ms, ?3# Broadw ay; a very choice selection of rare and valuable Plants, of great beauty, and admirably adapted for parlors, "elIjoaNT HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. On Weda-aday ami Thursday next, at II o'clock each day, at flSI Broadway. ncarllouston street, a very large and elo cant stock of rich and plain Furniture, of the best city make. On exhibition day and evening until sale. VALUABLE PRIVATE C OLLECTION OF PAINTINGS On Friday next, at II o'clock, at our salesrooms, 155 and 157 Broadway, a valuable collection of ancient and mbdefn Paintings, the property of a gut tic man or this city. HOR8Es;caRR1AOES AND HARNESS. On Friday . next, at 1 o'clock, at salesrooms 1M ana 1S7 Broadway, several fine Horses, one Bay Span; Carriages, Harness, Ac. EROTIf, AUCTIONEER, WILL SELL THIS (HON ? day) afternoon, October 20, at two o'clock precisely, the handsome Household Furniture of a first clasa board tig house. 121 Ulintnn place a few doors Trom Sixth Avenue, consisting of Brussels, Three-ply and Ingrala Carpets, three solid blaek walnut Parlor Suits, rovsred In brocatel, green ?Ilk plush nnd reps; marble top Tables, Etagcree, Mirrors, rosewood and mahogany Bedsteads, Bureaus, WsshstandS, 10 Hair and Spring Mattresses, Beds, Blankets single and Bed Lounges, Chairs, R>>. kers. Tea Tables, Clocks, Vases, Solas. Corner Bli nds, Book Bland*. Rugs, Btalr Carpets, Oilcloth, Ulasa, Chins aud Silver Ware, Table Cutlery, Ac, Ba'.e positive, George c. hay dock. auctioneer.?>frbnch ,Chins and Glassware. By ROBERT HA YDOCK, Thurs day, Oct. 33. at 10 o'clock, at his salesroom, 101 Liberty street, on (Our months' credit, SO package's French Gists, 500 Iisekagea American Glass Tumblers, Lamps, Chimney*. Ac., French Chlnaj.Jargo assortment Dinner and Tea Sets. Vases. Ae. Thursday, Oct. SO at 10 o'clock, *t stora 140 Chambers street, ou lour months' eredlt, Earthen and Glass ware, stock of s Jobber dosing business. _ WILSON, AUCTIONEER . By A. D. GALE, nt Wore 44 Dey street. boots, bhobA AND RUBBERS. 1,000 esses will be offered at our eeooud Fall Trad* sale, by ,b* '^mCDA?' next, October II, at 10 o'clock A. M, Oomprlsmg a large and general assortment, ndapted to tha season, among which maybe found lb* fallow tng la part, Men's two sole thick wax Boots. Men's top long grain cavalry Boots. Meu's Hungarian Boots. Men's lislf double sole kip Boot*. Men's calf water proof Boot*. Men's cair half welt Boots. Boy'adouble sole long grain Boot*. Boy's double sole wax Boots. Boy's half double sol* P. calf Boots, Aud a great variety of Women's double sole Coogreee Gai ter*. calf and grain Balmorals, Lace Boots, Ac, Also a great variety of Misses' and Children's Balmorals, Bootees, too nu merous to mention. The agent hereby f uvea nolle* to his numerous friends In the trade, and to the trade generally, that having made ar rangements with a number of larp* manufacturers to re ceive and sell Ihelr goods on commission .(these weekly sales, which will take place every Tuesday, at 10 o'clock, offer un usual Inducements, a* the goods must be sold to realise on. A. D. UALB, Agent tor the Manufacturers. No. 44 Dey eire< t. New York. Henry b hertz, jr.. awtioneer. BY IIKNRY WOOD A I'O. SHERIFF'S SALE?GROi'ERIBS. WINES, LIQUORS. AC. TUESDAY, October 21. at PI o'clock, at ilie SALESROOMS, no BROADWAY, a large lot of Giorerlas, consisting of Teas. Spice*. Soap*. W nc*, Brandies, Kutn-Allns, Ac , Ac., together w ith <>nr lire urooi Male, Counter*, BlOro Future- Ae. B> order _ JAMES LYNCII, sheriff. Henry d. minbb, auctioneer, no. v Nassau si-get. npiot.le lie Fo.t nflfce.?MINRN A iOMKR VIL1 E "ill -e.iat aottlon,tkt*day (Monday), ihe 20th Inal., at It ? *''?? k. st Ihi f ?*'*?! "om. 17 K*??a?, street, an ? Ice u,t CO hni.ioo. ftuie.l B'rl?, pr par-d hy ibe ctrwbraied Tax iderrtii-i, t*. S Gaikralth . ?!? > * tine sod r,.re spec inni of 1 III* Aiaua Missiaat o< Ckioa. lit ruatsoa i tan*. tALES AT AUCTION. JOHN II. HI'RLBY. AUCTIONEER-WILL SILLTHIS day at l:>)f o'clock, ail the Kurnlture mf use oral clju hoarding house U and &| West Twenty second street, ho tweeo Firth and Suit, svrgu.n?a1,out sixty rooms- Parlor Bulla, in plush; two Pier Mirnrs (one IJUiU, and one 108s SUJ, with base Tables and Cornluoa to Di.bh, line bronae an I gill Chandeliers (about II;, about .SO Has Hraekels, En* liah Oilcloth on all Hie halls .>2 Velvet Brussels luaiain and Kiair Carp ts, Rods, mam.gauy and Cottage Hadste ids. Bu reads and W lahsUuds Chamber Bulla, ?p, lug, ba r, collon and busk Harnesses, Paillasses, Bolsters anJ Pillows, 120 Waahslanda, Cornices, malm, any Chairs. Hockers. Sofas, Lounges Extension Table (20 fret), 3# Oak Dining Chans, Partition, with stained glass doors, cost $?'*); Toilet Crocke ry and Plated Ware, Kiicheo Kurnlture, Ac Sale positive Dealers Invited. JOSEPH HEf IBM AN.?TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21. AT 10 o'clock A. M , at 41 Smith street, between taivlngston and Hcbermerhom. Brooklyn. K editor's sale?A Is rye and general assortuient of Household Kurnlture ?Rosewood rnrlor KumUiire, 10 pieceh, in crimson; 2 epiendid VNarh ptate Mantel Hiss es, marble top Tabli s, mahogany and w?|. nut Chamber Kurnlture, Kealher Beds, Hair Matlraseea, Bedding, oas Dining Koom Kurnlture. Velvet and Ingialn Carpets. China. Cot U.as* and Kitchen Kurnlture. Also, at I2^a o'clock P. M., in Ironloi the house, one Itockaway lour neat Carriage, act of single Harness, lady's side saddle Ca talogues at the sales looms on Monday afternoon J BOH ART. AUCTIONEER.-BY 8. A J. BOUART - . Monday. Oct 20 at II o'clock, at 318 West Thirty fourth street, Mortgage sale of Machinery, Ac., consisting of two Euglne Lathes, one Iron Plainer, fixtures, Machinery, Ac., Ac. CHARLES K. WATT'S, Attorney for Mortgagee. JBOGART, AUCTIONEER.?BV 8 A J. BOHART ? ?? wUe*"ifj Cot 21, at 10)d o'clock, at the auction loema No. I North William street, Household Kurnlture. constsllng of a general assortment of Parlor, Bedroom and Kitchen Kurnlture. J BOO ART, AUCTIONEER -BY 8. A J. BOO ART ? * W'dttesday, Oct 22, at 713 Broadway, corner of Clinton place. Mortgage sale of the entire Furniture of the Hotel La Dominie, consisting of Par.or. Bedroom and Dining Room Kurnlture, a large quantity of China and Glass Ware, Table Cutlery, Plated Ware. Ao. WM. IIEI'nURN, Attorney for Mortgagee. MORTOAOB SALE.-B. P, KANICHILD. A CO.. auctioneers, will sell, this day, Monddy, Oct 20, at 10 o'clock, at 824 Broadway, corner of Twelfth street, the Stock and Kiztnres of the Restaurant. consisting of Mirrors, Tables, Chairs, Oiicloths, Paintings. Engravings, Counters, Olassand 8-one ware, Liquors and Segars. Also, Kitchen and other Kurnlture. JAMES MAKK1NEK. Attorney. PAWNBROKER'S BALE-JOHN MORTIMER WILL sell on Monday, October 20, a largo assortment of Mcu's Clothing, consisting oi Coals, Overcoats, Pants, Vests, Rem nants, Cloth. 12 Feather Beds, Bolsters, l'lllows. Blankets, Quilts, Comforters and a variety of seasonable goods, too numerous to uieuUu% By orderof Joe Twybea, 8u Bayard street. PAWNBROKER'S SALE?W. N. LEWIS, AUCTIONEER, will sell, to-morrow, at lOo'cto, k.at 195 Bowery, a large assortment of Women's Clothing. Remnants, Beds. Pipnws, and Hewiug Machines. By order of W. A K. SIMPSON. SHERMAN A CO., AUCTIONEERS, WILL SELL ON ? Monday, Hot. 20. at I0>g o'clock, No 5 Sixth street, near the Bowery, the entire contents of a Liquor and Grocery Store, convicting of a-large assortment ot fine Liquors and Utocerles, Counters, Fixtures , Ac. Sule positive for cash. THE EXTENSIVE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS of the Newark Macliluc Company, situated on the cor ner of High and (iraiige streets, in the city of Newark, New Jersey, will be sold at public auction, on V\ ednesday, October 22, at 2 o'ciook P.M., on the premises. Tbey are within three minutes' walk of the Morris ami Essex Railroad depot nod are connected with the New Jersey Railroad depot at Market street by horse railroad, The works are admirably located and auaptud for carrying on uu extensive foundry and machine works or manufaeiurliigifirearms. T. P. RANNEY, Master la Chancery. UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE. BY HUDDEKOW, JONES A CO. HEWLETT SCUDDKK. AUCTIONEER. CARGO OP 8TEAMliilP CIRCASSIAN. By virtue of en order of sale dated October 0,1862, directed to me by Hon. William Marvin, Judge. United States District Court, Southern District of Florida, I will soil by public ant lion. at stolen 21 I'ark Place and IB Murray street, on Thurs day, October 28, at 10 o'clock A.M. that portion of the cargo oT the steamship Circassian consisting of Hardware, Dry Goods, Medicines, Ac., Ac. Catalogues and samples the day before the tale at Hiram Benner's, 113 Wall street, and at the Park Place storca Terms of ta e, 10 per cent cash on day of sale. Balance on Thursday, the 30th. JAMES C. CLAPP. United States Marshal, Southern District o.' Florida. WM. WITTERS, AUCTIONERR?WILL SELL THIS day, at two o'clock, at 451 Canal street, all the genteel Furniture, AC., of a largeebease:?One Parlor Suit, Centre, Side, Dining and Tea Tallies: hall Oilcloths, Pier and Mantel 3}trrOrs. Lace, Damask and other Curtains; rich Velvet Ta pestry, Three Ply and other Carpets; Dressing Bureaus, Washstande, Tolfct ~ ' ~ ~' * * ... China, Glass, Sliver and otherwnrea; Wardrobes, Extension and other Tables, Sofas and Lounges Cane Chairs, Stoves, Sewing Machine*, and a large lot of other poods of various descriptions. LOST AJVD FOUND. Found-in pearl street, near centre, on the IStb Inst, a gum of Money. The owner can have the tame by calling on James Wymbt. at Wind School No. 24, In Elm street, near Leonard, proving property and paying for tbls advertisement. ?JjAOUND?ADRIFT, IN LONG ISLAND SOUND, A J? Yawl Boat, 16 feet long, painted painted green Inside, blnck hot jishlgreen ton. An ' ~ """ " ~ Neck, L. torn and light green top. Apply to WH. R. GILFORD, Oak T OST-8ATURDAT MORNING, IN A MADI80N AVE. JLi stage. Von Spruner'e HitlorlcallUeographlcal Atlas. Tim ler will i * ~ || ' "* finder will receive two dollars reward by leaving It at No. 14 gouthJTtUlam street. E. FORBES. Lost or stolen?two certificates of the New York and Harlem Railroad Company, of one. hun dred ehaiea tach, of the foliowiug numbers and dates:? No. 6,340, issued to Joaepn Pi rklnt, October 3. 1860, and No, (,4M, issued to T iompeon A Hunter, December 21, 186). All peisons are cautioned against buying the above nauied certiorates, as transfer has been stopped. WILLARD A MAX Well, 36 Wall street. Lost or stolen. The public are cautioned again it negotiating the fol lowing UNITED STATES CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS, the same bav.ng bceti lost or stolen from the subscriber. .? Issued to D. A C. K lly. No. 24,391 dated Sept. 25. 1862 $1,000 No. 24,892 do. do. do- 1 000 No. 24.393 do. do. do. 1,1X 0 No. 24,394 do. do. do l.OOU No. 7,096 do. do. do 0,900 Issued to R. F. Lopcr. No. 28,690, dated Oct 2, 1862 91.000 AH payable to bearer. BLARE, BROS A CO., Nsw Yoax, Oct. 16,1882. 29 Wall street LOST-ON OB ABOUT TUB 10TII INST. TWO CERTI ilea tea of the common stock of tl,e New. York an i liar loin It. R Co., 100 shares each. No. S.27tt. dated Sept 21), I860, and No. 5.8U1, .dated Dec. 22, 1800, laaued to William Hotter. and tar bin aestgaed to E B. flrrcnlwf The finder will confer a favor, and receive a amiable reward, by lAvmg ?aid certlflcatea at the office of A. W. (Jreenleaf A Co., 44 Exchange place. T OST?$3 REWARD?A DARK GRAY TERRIER DOO; JU anawera to the name of Dandy. Apply at No. 113 Eaat Twenty-fourth atreot. Lost or stolen.-btolbm or taken by mis take, from the Howard Hotel, a anialkblack Travelling Bag, merited W. A. Sandford. A liberal reward will be paid unite delivery at the office of the Howard-Hotel. LOST?ON SATURDAY, I8TH INST., IN OOINO, BT Nlntb aveune car. from Tblrty-elgbib atrret to 8l. Co lumbia'a church, Tweat/dllb street, a Chamoia Portemon nia. containing 342. The money la a poor weman'a The tinder will receive $10 by leaviftg ft with Mr. Kraocle Luddy, 482 Ninth avenue, or at lite Metropolitan Record oMcc, 41V Broadway. Lost?on sunday, oot. it, a small tan tbb rler Slot; owner'a name and addrwa on collar. A liberal reward will be paid by retaining her to66 Prince etrret. Any pereon found retaining aaid alut after thta dale will be dealt with to the ulmoal severity of tbe lew. S'TRAYED FROM HER HOME. NO. 3 MADISON I aereet. on Saturday leal, between 8 end v o'clock, Rebecca artln. en eld lady abeut 65 years er age; dreta-d in a drab drebcand black vhawl and no bat, but had a white cap oa. Whoever can alve aay information of her wilt be weu re warddll by applying at the above number. STOPPED,?SUPPOSED TO BE STOLEN. A DIAMOND end emerald Ring, which the owner can have by proving property aud pay expenses. Can be seen at all houra by applying to Justice Brennan, at iba First DistrMt Police Court. REWARPS. (DC REWARD-LOST~ FRIDAY I7TH, SMALL RLACK ?pi) end Un Dog, near corner ef Bowery end Division at.: white and red leather collar The tinder please leave bim at Ne. 60 Third street, end receive reward. ATA REWARD -STRAYED. FROM 208 WASHINGTON tP I U street, a lame red Setter Dog; anawera to the name or Dash Any one returning the eauie to the above number will receive $10 rewtrd. SPBOIAIa If OTIC KB. (TROTON AQUEDUCT DEPARTMENT, OCT 10. 1862. ) Unpaid W " furtherjrenalty Water Rente on the first of November next. Unpaid Water Rente?Notice le herobjr given that a of ten per cent, will be added to all unpaid "rat of November next. WM. C. RHODES. Water Regfetrar. COLLEGE OP PHYSICIANS AND 8UROEONS-NEDI ? al Department of Columoia College, corner ol Twenty, third elreet aud Fourth avenue.?Tne tntro<luctory lecture to Ibe regular winter eaaelon of the above Institution will be delivered by Prof Joseph M. Smith, on Hygiene. Monday even ng, Oct. 20. at 7)$ o'clock. Thn profession and the public are respectfully Invited to attend. SAMUEL ST. JOHN, M. D , Secretary to the Facetty. NOTICE-TIM ANNUAL ELECTION FOR THIRTEEN Directors (and three Inspectors of lha next election) of the Ceney Island and Brooklyn Railroad Company, will be held at the oMce of the company. Ntuth street, near Smith, on the 20th day of October last Polls will bo open from If M till2 P. M. P. U. QUEVKDO, bearoiary. N OTICB.?A SPBCIAL MEETING OP THB BOND _ hol lers of the Chicago, Alton and St. Louis Railroad ( ompany will be held at Room No. V. 26 William atroet, oa Saturday, lbs 26th day or October, 1682, el 1 o'clnek P. M te consider and vote upon further amendments to the agree ment made between the bondholder* on the Kith dey of January, 1880, end fur the iranaanien of such other business oe mar come before the meeting. 8. H. Never, A laelin, Wni. floge, Nathan Peek, KiraC. Read, Samuel J. Tildeo, Trustees and Attorneys. OFFICB OP THB HARLEM AND SPUYTBN DUYVIL Navigation Company, October V, 1862 ? I he annual else. Hon fur eleven DirOclers and three Inspectors of Election will be held at the company s office, Morris Dock, Pordhain. on Wednesdav. November 12, 1882, between the hours of II aud II o'clock A.M. F. W. DBIUI. Secretary. UNIVERSITY OP NEW YORK-MEDICAL DEPART menu?The Introductory Leciurr to lliu vne .log ? truer < o.ir-e will be d, llvereit on Monday evening. Oil. 21 a 74 o'ch ck. by I'rol O S. Bedford. In Ihe College Building lie E.nd Fourteetilh street, near Titrd av. nue. The | rmeaxton and public are respectfully Invited to attend. WATCHHS, JEW RI.RT, Ac. Diamond, old gold and silver -ladies or in tati- men having old OoM, Silver or Dieuiund* to tell, by (Otalgia Mil IS ANItlt H 7M Broadway under Ihe New York Hotel, can aidl beinw iban at any u.lier y.iace in the Ci i v. He offers to |iay the highest y>ri. *?twenty percent more than anv oilier pet .on, end pays m ci'j money, with oat bring compelled to take any ether k<k.?s in vxikange. dome inter. 723 Broadway. DRV ?OOD*. iWOLD CMHAlii A ? O Ate uow offering. at I!? tail, . argc a??oiiii.eui ef PLAIN AND FANCY UP. A VERA SUITABLE FOR CLOAK I NOR. VRKNCH HABIT CLOTI18. IN ALL TIIK MOST dkhirahlr COLO HA TRBNCII ENUUSH ANdTkRUAN CASSIMERK9 AND A OREATTiTuiErT OP TWEEDS KKR-EYS. AO.. TOR BOV8 WEAR CANAL STREET, CORNER OP MERCER J^T LEO RAIN'S ?I0 EXTRA RICH 8II.KH for ilrrMfi, of Ida beat make and richeet design*. The dren* wlili.Ii coll, lo import, from $<i0 to ftM will be offered at ?4'A IS CASES NEW SILKS, ju.i received. Good BLACK sILKS ?t ib per cent under market vain* Eitra rich Figured Ottomans, Velours and Popllua. Plain Emprees Cloth and Ottoman, flom 79 cent* to f t par yard IP) placer Velvanne at'.*> cent*. wenb .10 centa Moat desirable Planted Woollen* lor gtilldreo. 100 piece* Quern'* Cloth. IW yard wide, a moat eicedael Hack material for bianlcd dreaae*. not lo be found lu any other More In the cur. BALMORAL SKIRTS MOURNING GOODS cold tbin aea*on without pro Ilk. 729 Broadway, corner or Waverley place, near New York lloteL j^RNOLD. CONSTABLE A CO.. ARM NOW OFFERING, AT VERY LOW PRICES. 4 large and choice ffioea at LACE CURTAINS, PRaPEKV MUSLIMS, AND VESTIBULS LACES. Canal atreei, cornet al Mercer ^T 0. O. BOOK'S,. , 109 SIXTH AVENUE. CLOSING SALE OP RICH DRErS GOODS, to eloee the builnc** on the 27tH o! tlna month RICH OTTOMAN VELOURS, only 76o. par yard, woilh SI Ml, rich brocaded Ottoman# warranted tllk and worsted, only SI per yard, worth |2 ALSO. ? great variety of Daeae Good* at hall tholt value. At grand street cheap store Every day new ?iyI<?? in Miner ami Boy*' Drab an.l Black Pelt, Hearer and StrtW BONNETS, BLOOMERS Tl'KUANS, ?nil MONITORS, Running from ?"?. cut* to fli o ilollar* each, NEW DRESS TRIM MINOS?Juat landed. Full assortment of SILK RIBBON VELVETS, from nar row to broadrKt widths. Over one ihoutand dozens of LADIES' LINEN HAND KERCHIEFS, 7s. ami ll)?. per dozen, very client) Full liner of FLOL'NiINHN, Scotch and Frenel _ u?b BANDS. EM BIt01L>EKED t OLLAUS and SETS, front auction. Also, full lines of HOSIERY. LADIES' and MISSES' WOOLLEN HOODS and SACKS cheap. Bestbraudsto KID GLOVES. EDW ARD RIDLEY, 311 and 311>< Orand street, Entrance to tbls department titi Allen slieel, Fifth Block east from the Bowery. AT GRAND STREET CHEAP STORE. To Milliners ami Country Storekeepers we Mil CUT LENGTHS OP .MILLINERY GOODS cheaper than down town jobbers sell pieces Call, wc hare bargain*) EDWaKD RIDLEY, Sll and SllJi Grand street and l'0 Allen street. Filth block east from the Bowery. At orand street cheap store. It IB BON SI KIBBO.NSI K1BRON8I 31. it and 76 cent ribbons selling at 125, 31 and tt ceoti per yard. No. t Trimming Ribbons, corded edge, 80 oents per piece. No. 6 Trimming Rlbbous, curded edge, SO rente per piece. EDWAKD RIDLEY, 311 ami 31IK Grand street, fro ? Fifth block east from the Bowery. ^TOR*N^H^n|MKt^TllUF^ BONNET VELVETS. SILKS. TRIMMING LACKS AND KVKKY DESCRIPTION OF MILLINERY GOODS. WITHOUT ADVANCE IN PRICBS. The largest dock of feathers and Ooirers in thlaelty to select from. EDWARD RIDLET, Sll ami 311ji Grand sirret. Entrance to this department, 66 Alh'it street. Fifth block east from the Bowery. AMALLBT, 13 CLINTON PLACE. BEGS TO INFORM ? the ladies of New York that be will open ON MONDAY. OCTOBER 20. the new slock of Goods that baa been selected by Mme. Mai et in Paris. AT C. G. HOOK'S. 1110 HIXTII AVENUE. GREAT IN ducements offered in Shawls and Cluaka, to o. semil the entire stock bcTore the 27th of Oo'oher; rich Hrocbc 8b A" la at half prlre, Canhmere fsiripcd Shaw Is, only $2 SO, value S6. Cloaka. marked down to hall price. I'leave oli seme the name and number. O. O. HOOK, KM Stxtb avenue. CTLOAKSI CI,OA ICS! CLOAKS! J Ail tlie uioal fashionable styles fur PALL AND WINTER WEAR NOW OJ'EN FINE CLOTH CLOAKS, new siylea. at <6 In $8. KNHLIKH MELON CLOTH CLOA KH, at $4 lo $9 FINE BEaY'EK CLOTH CLOAKS, richly trimmed, %! to $10. SUPER FRENCH BEAVER CLOTH CLOAKS, at $0 to $12. Do. On., richly adorned, at $10 to $1.1 90 lluvlng made our contract* lor our Winter Cloaklnga early in July and previous to tne late ureal advance In price*, w* can sell nearly as low as last winter We guarantee our price* ZJ to 30 per cent lower than Broadway and Canal street stares. Please note the name and number, W. K. PEYTON. CLOAK, SHAWL AND MANTILLA MANUFACTURER. 274 Bowery, near Hntiaion stieet QLOAKS AND MANTILLAS. ARNOLD. CONSTABLE A CO.. HAVE NOW OPENED AT RETAIL. THBIB FALL AND WINTER 8TOCK OF CLOAKS AND MANTILLAS. CANAL STREET, corner of Mercer. CHARLOTTE O SMITH, UAVINO RETURNED FROM PARIS. WILL OrBN ON MONDAY. OCTOBER 20. THE FALL AND WINTER FASHIONS IN VELVET, SILK AND CLOTH CLOAKS To Which *bo Invite* tbs attention of bar easterner*. 1,142 Broadway, corner of Twenty-elllh.gtraoL CLO KB,'CLOAKS. CLOAKS, IN MELTONS. CLOTH. BEAVERS AND PLUSH. AN IMMENSE ASSOBTMENT. EVERT STYLE*AND PRICE. Tb* material* hare all been purrhaaed previous lo Iho ?real advance In prices, and will be sold at corfVepoodlog LOW PRICES. CRT8TAL PALACB*EM POKIUM OF ART. NO. 2&2 BOWERY. W. R. ROBERTS. CHARLOTTE O. SMITH ? OPBN1NO OF CLOAKS AND SACQUES. FOR MIS8K8 AND CHILDREN, 1,142 Broadway, corner of Twenty-Milk street, CLOS1NO RALE OF DRY OOODS?FURTHER REDUO tlon In prices lo effect the entire clearance by the 27th Intl., w hen the business of the store 108 Slith avenue will Kltlvely be terminated having opened the store Ne 70S edwny with an eutue new stock of Mourning Dry Hoods. CHAN. O. HOOK RE88 OOODS FROM AUCTION. GREAT UAKOA1NB D received from the _ ORE AT AUCTION SALES OF THE WEEK. ' Upwards of 60.000 YARDS PURCHASED, At prices ranging from I2K eente to 82H cent* par yard. OUR stoyiK embraces every etyle snd duality of FASHIONABLE DRESS OOODS. FRENCH MERINOS, OTTOMANS AND EMPRESS CLOTHS, PLAIN AND FIOURED. OTTOMAN VELOURS, BRILLIANT!NE8. CREPES, OOBOURH8. ALPACAS. Also. A complete assortment of MOURNINO OCODS? Shawls, Mantles, Veils, Cape*, moves, Ac . Ac Ladies, don't fall to i-iamloe our goods before purchasing. We are determined to keep our price* a* near last year as it I* possible W K. PEYTON^ 271 Bowery, nesr Houston street. jgMBROIDERED MERINO ROBES. J A NEW ^ARTICLE. Received per steamer Persia. For sale by ARNOLD. CONSTABLE b CO.. Canal street, corner of Mercer. F?TkEaTEXCITS*KNT OW THE HUDSON BAT TERRITORY. N Phillip#, ?urr?Mor to I' II. Phillip#, IT! Grand atreet, beta to r all lba alteaitoa of tbe publle in hie eitenatra atock or Furs, which have been manufactored undue on* own ?u peretatoD tula aeaarin, anil ha?ln? procurad lha greater pan of the atoek before Hie adranca on fura, with lha aid of hla mi. martiu* trapper* and agenta. anablaa him to aall M par cent. Iran than any oihar houae. f am aalllni rnra al tba followlaf prlcea ; Caaa.lfMiaa, ?rla, . . N Rnprrb rranch Mink, aria, 1 Fliie do Rabla do ...? I Mp'andtd Mink arta, from $15 to SO Eur* do l apea. from .... Ml to 100 I),, do Carnage t'apaa 76 to 171 l.n 'I'* win bad il to their advantage (o call and aiamlnc m\ ale* a nifore purchaalng eleewhere, at tha old eatabllahed patent Fur Muff Emporium, Ro >79 Grand alrert. N. PU1LLIPS A>11LV DRY OOODO. ARNOLD ION9TASL1 A CO Ar* now nffcrma at retail their fall laiportalloa or HOUSEKEEPING AND FAMILY UOODS. All of wh'ch ihry are Mlllng ai very reaaonable pricea )'ANAL SflttUt, < ORXER OF MERtf.R L^U RS-dADIE-1. if toi w\Nr voi r fl'Hs made P i i inn ,i I ii i!f. i.' I or repaired ea-e(nl.,v an I pern i I pin n a I i I r?. lake I: in in 'brni ?u ? <? toil, lu I . Il ill I! I I line. I?iH.il ??? A"'t r ; . rnh *irtfU. Iten.i u.ter. up *i.nra. HMGAN. F OUT GOODS* Q RKAT CLOSING SALE OP HOI SEKKLPiNG GOODS, wei?, Marwt'e* emitf id-lBf r.bc Damaah*. Napkin* T w, yi.llta. U an ? a HI.I I III.'II Kite. I D a Ae.. > ? AT HALF THEIR VALUE. io oloae i be Do*loe-? on ihe I, ib. C. O. HOllK. I US Siilb ??en,ie. I A) KS J It. a! Chantilly Black Guipure. Application da Brn? "l.inm'lngr Edging* and Inacrlloii*, The ai H k of an Importer, amounting n. $AD,i>flO. .r own Laceciock, loge her auoul JfSlM). lu b An.lour own l?iie n.ki, log* bar auoul fiSUUtf, lu be *old before the end ol THIS SEASON Tblk I* an eireilenl opportunity to ?ele.Iti. adtioce blact or white Shawl*, s??*. fa Plo ince* ni j Seia, for MARRIAGE PRESENTS P.lnl i|e Venice ' aeia from f 1 2 !o iCUrt N B ? Merchant* a ill no.I n 1.1 lb. tr ini<o*?l 10 tea thl* ?lock before b.lying from i iiorlen. NO CREDIT GIVEN m o Br< a lw*v. .0. oar of Wararley place and near Now York llolel J^JME HURRSTEL ,, ? "KTCRNED FROM PARIS, HAS OPENED lilt FALL AND WINTER FASHIONS VELVET. SILK AND . LOTH CLOAKS At SO PINE DRESSES AND SUPERIOR 1,'oK.SErH la Which tba InvDea the :tl,e,tu.,it ol I |K,lira 10 eei.eral *? NO W Bl.EKi KKR street M MB P PINCHON, lluvmg returned from P?rt?. Will open on MONDAY. OCTOBER iu. TH ? TALL and WINTER pasiiion* VELVET. HILK AND CLOTH CLOAKS. M Which ?ha Invite* the aitaniioo uf bar cuaioawr* bn Bo'ceaer kiioei. MMB A JAtJBERT HAS JUST RECEIVED FROM PARIS and will open on THURSDAY. OCTOBER 23, FALL AM) WINTER FASHIONS Bearer. Velvet, Silk and Cloth CLOAKS, To which She invllei Hie al'.rnt.ou or her ruMomer* 11)1 Ninth itreel, near Hroadwav I^OURNINO GOODS. A VERY FULL STOCK OF THE ABOVE NOW OFFERING AT RETAIL. AND NOVELTIES RECEIVED BY EVERY STEAMER m ARNOLD. CONSTABLE A CO . CANAL STREET, comer of Mercer IIJOI'RMNO HATS. CLOAKS. SHAWLS. DRESSES. AC.. AO NEW VOR& MOURNING STOKE. ??? BROADWAY N EW HIJAWL8 FRENCH STRIPED RKO1 HE KIUWLS. GERM K11j? toods, j' si ??i< : 'I AN and miotcii wool shawls. All Ht retail, at ultr.n tin- nri ? t ~ j Mill.. E. 8 MILLS A CO.. 381 Broadway. ^OVELTIE8 IN CLOAKS. Including All (be LATEST PARIS SHAPES lord a tatlor Will esblblt en MONDAY. Oct. 13. at retail. Ttaeflntst cod moil FASHIONABLE ASSORTMENT of Hie KAAIII, at reasonahle prices. 401 to 447 HroAriwAy corner ofOriod it 2ifl in 201 Urinrl street. 47 und 411 0 tliianne street. NO ADVANCB-NO ADVANCB IN PRICES. ALL IMPORTED DRESS GOODS Sold At as low prices AS WERE EVER OFFERED IN NEW YORK. And tlm Assortment of DRESS GOODS FROM Is tid. TO 1*. A YARD, IS THE LOW EST EVER OFFERED AT RETAIL IN THE CITY. 3,800 ?srd? Double Width Mohan* At Is 4d. 4.Nil tahIh Plaid Matlnns at Is. 6d. 8.00U yards Plaid Moiital>ellas at Is 9d. 0.800 VAids Bronbe Fleuretie At 2s. tl,000 yards Vrloum Cecblss at 2s 3d. 7,800 rsrds Velours Zaiuluas ut 2s. W. ALSO. A large Assortment of OTTOMAN VELOl'RS, la Single end Doublr Width. POPLINS, OTTOMANS FRENCH MERINOS, *o CRYSTAL PALACE EMPORIUM OF FASHION, 283 Bowery. W. U. ROBERTS pLAlN PLAID AND STRIPKD OTTOMAN AND EMPRESS CLOTHS. RECEIVED BY LATE STEAMERS, AND FOR 6ALE BY ARNOLD. CONSTABLE A CO . CANAL STREET, corner or Mcreer. p H. MACY'8 ? CONTINUATION OK CRKAT BALE OK FALL KIBbiNS, BEST 1 KEN' II FLOWERS, LACKS. VEILS EMBROIDERIES, LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS. YANKEE NOTIONS. LADIES UNDHK-CLDTUIMO. BALMORAL SKIHTS, UOUNKKEKIINO GLODS, GLOVES. HOSIERY AND I NDKR WEAR Now opt'inng, of our own loiporlatum J.OUOdo/m Ladlra' atltcbrd KID OLOVES. boat quality. I.OUO dona Laillaa' plalo KID OLOVES beat quality. Cbeaptr than any otbtr bouan In the city. '2l>4 anil 2nd Stitli airnua. two dour* below Fourteenth atrect. Shawls, shawls. AT GREAT BARGAINS JUST RECEIVED. FROM THE OREAT AUCTION SALES OF THE WEEK. Mil RriH-hi' Hqnaie >ha via. al $.1 and m ward*. 6 ?? llriM ha Look 8 an l?, at AS .ind upwai da. 200 Btrp. ?! Hinchs Sqnara Sruiwlr, at RAutml upward* 174 Sniped Broche Long Shawl", at dlOand npwarda. Alan, a largs amiortineiit of Luiy and bquars Wool'at Sbttwia, id uew ioIoii aod vary on- ap W K. PEYTON, 274 .lowary. ?yELVETS, VELVETS. VELVETS. ( IMPORTANT TO MANUFACTURERS OF FLOWERS. JEWELRY BOXES. MILLINERY. AC ARNOLD. CONSTABLE A CO . Canal alrcat, corner of Mr mar. Ban Imported thin aaaaon, and art receiving by ntery atoauiar, FRENCH. OERMAR AND ' ENOLfSH VELVETS. AllaKndonaod qunbtloa. ami will aaii to manufacturer* at the lowaai price* for caah. and In qnaaililaa to an 11 tbalr requirement*. QrtA AND so# canal street OUtc cloaks. ?ACQ LIES. CIRCULARS. JACKETS. MANTILLAS To ovary eartaty of notorial*. AT TBI ONITBD STATES CLOAK AND MANTILLA STORE 304 and TOrt Canal atieet. ()EO CARBV Opposite Arnold. Constable A Co. if. B?MI88EH' AND CHILDREN'S CLOAKS IN ALL 8IZE8 A 77 broadwat. til A mil variety if CLOAKS, iuat arrived pi.' Steamer Persia, Horn the leading .MODISTES OK f'KANC'K, will be opened for sale on MONnAT n 11 I <i ?* * to/ this weak ?i HOMES A LE BA'l.vRO H, 477 Hroatway, Third store from tTbedell, riervon A Luke HILLINEHY, AC. MT BIOOINS. I2? SIXTH AVENI'B. ? The only cotriplet MIII.B- rr Kilabll.laariit In 'h United State* where every article appr ' . u,iv to the nun nery trade can be had, and at ih# lowest | - <:e*. N. B.-We will open on Monday a large line of Feaihcr* and Oatrlch Tips, of all colors and *hade?, to which we <m particular attention. Our Klowi-r Department, well known lo he th? largest i>, thia ells, wiiu* replete was the latest utmint ahoice n? valtlesfrom Paris. Tt>? in?pectlon of mi linei * solid.ed Come In th* evening or come la the morning, came without naticc or eewM w Meal warning, Ribbon* and tlowera veu'll find here tiefore you. So come then at once we beg and Impior* you Light will your heart lis since you Brat *lgiued The store that the pmape. ta orBrundw ay has blighted, Where itie honnei. ?i ?? i ? .?> ' ?; ? | ? . i. . r i And the manager anil la ol m?u the ami clever. We'll ahow yon sweet flower* to wear If you ehno?? ihem. To deck nut your bonnet* or plat a on yaur bosom, A look will entrance yon?with wonder ln?p re yon? And the oflaner you look the lea* they will tire you We've rosea of lovelmeas, bud* of delight. And ' glories of morning" that close up at sight. We'll make a bouquet on your bonnet to fli. If you came to Ih* garden at One Tw*uiy-*n. If ladles Will but eianiloa our Immense atcik'ef ready mad* Bouoati and sompare r>r a*, they cannot help but buy R?oaai not that you buy on Hr-u iwav. Ow of the'lmmeuae p- ee? you then do pay: N?othlng wtll niore rleariy prove, N?ought but eWravagaat you .irs *o mava B?ver and el Way* lo ih* cheapest "diutna," T?o thai immortal ah re, owned bj M'gginn. Ml,lioera vialting the city will a*v* money If the* but look at o j gondaand Prtcea be or* purchasing elaewtcre. We aell Blllrnery good* of all kinds miiob simper than any down low n jobbing hou*e. Hair piece* of rlntefn and half bo. cl.e* of i.owera told at the same low rateaabyth* usee or airton. ... .. The car* leave from lh> \?tnr Mtmie and Canal- Street every teo minutes and bar* b the dbor. N. h.?Tel. tie ronduiiai to :*i you out at lentb airret r t ? l out. W T. TIKNilNS. 12# Smth avenue, two lot.r* front renin street. Madame nocrit. W' a her rti ct, near Rrortilwr y Ke?j>ct u'ly Inform* ihe M'l'.nf Kew Turk thai she b*? late y .*:u u-I trotyl flUKt wltlt a large and beaiil'firl aim : ?? 1MM VH !??.?>Wf rw AND ? Ir AMU.IWbKa. AELKCfED itk ill.ItstI.E.