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THE
YORK II ERA I
WHOLE NO. 11,763.
NEW YORK, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1868.-TRIPLE SHEET.
PRICE FOUR CENTS.
PEliHONAE. _ _
If LECTION RETURNS.
EXTRA TELEGRAM TO-NIGHT.
I'QI'STV TOUR NOTE WAS NOT REi'? 1VED TILL
L 4 I'. Kl. Mist me it tU" same plate to-day at i o'> j"y;'
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A OUT, 41.? MON AMOUR, AlK i J'lTlE DE MOI. TU
J\_ rate que tues mou delice, inon luole, tst i ye ma vlo, e'est
toietlapctito. TOUJOUKS.
A NY PARTY GIVING SUCH INFORM \TloN AS WILL
J\ lend lo the recovery of a Hark, long hatred Chlneer Dog
[Esquimaux kind will receive ijW) icwu: J at American and
China Tea Cumpnuy, Vvaty street.
F RANK-MI.I T me AT TELEGRAPH OFFICE, J! ST
opened h! Hiram's, 720 Broadway. Shall ba there until
they close, awaiting election returns. * DOC.
IF H. W., T1IF COACHMAN WHO ADVERTISED ON
the 20th of February Inst, in the Herald, us groom and
foachnian wUlilnj a situation in Sing hiug or Tarrytown, l?
llin perami who lived with Lord Mersey Kllllon, Dublin, or
Lady Fethersione, Kildare, Ireland, be can see ?n old friend
by calling at 226 Mulberry suvct, that tit or, front room.
fFMRS. AUOUSTA PAOE DESIRES TO HEAR FROM
1 a friend, of Havana, pleaao address La Houradez, WW
East Thirteenth street.
JESSE MEET ME AT 11 O'CLOCK TUESDAY.
Bleecker and Crosby streets. 11.
JUf.E?AM IN TOWN ; SHALL EXPECT LETTER WED
nesilay morning, appointing au interview. JUL..
TTINNEaLEY OR KINNILLY.? THE HEIRS OR KEP
JV resciifaflvcs of John Kinn^ a>y or Kinnllly, of Tlpperary,
Ireland, who enlisted In the Sixiy-eigbth regiment foot, Itrit
lib army, at Castleliar. In 1S17, jr of tils sou Edward, are re
Euested to eomtnuulcaie with the undersigned. John waa last
eard of at ^ &k, U. C. ; Edward at Amherstbnrg, U. C.
JOHN II. I'LA'l'T, Attorney, 40 Wall street, New York.
R. W. T. C.-I HAVE RETURNED. SEND POST
office address.
Miss MILLIE ANDREWS, Herald ofl'.ce.
H
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Af ARIA 0. R.? NOTE OF SATURDAY RECEIVED. I
JLU have no wish to entrap, but only to be satisfied of the
truth of your charges. If true your deslieswlli be pratliied.
Make appointment when and where you please, and I will
keep It and be secret. .
LADY IN WEST FIFTEENTH BTKBET.
TJETER NICHOLSON, WHO WENT FROM LIVERPOOL
JT to Montreal about tlio year 1813. is requextu I to commit
Ipluatu with Nicholson A Wrlgloy, or Liverpool. Any Infor
mation with regard to the sala l'oter Nlchoisoa will be thank
fully received.
WAS IT GORGEOUS T? LONG WHISKERS DON'T
forget, but can't conic, even If you stand on corner and
wall.
TVrILL THE TWO YOUNG LADIES WHO WALKED IN
v v front <>f two gentlemen from Bleecker to Fulton street,
on Broa'tway, lust Suturday afternoon, betwe-n 6 and o
b'olock, and saw them enter Knox's, fuvor them with their
isddrefs F Address K. .v M. Herald olllce.
?EVERYTHING O. K. CALL TO SEE ME AT
> ouee. No one eveu suspects.
SPECIAL. NOTICES.
IT* LECTION RETURNS.
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EXTRA TELEGRAM TO-NIGHT
A-A.-PERSONS WHO AP.E INSURED IN (100D
? life Insurance companies, and who do not desire tivur
retider their policies by nn absolute sale, cau borrow the sur
render value of their policies by applying to UEOKUE W.
CAMPBELL, Jr., 71 Broadway, room SB.
A -YOU CAN GET GENUINE BRAZILIAN PEBBLE
J\.t Spectacles and Eve Glasses, Opera, Field and Marine
glasses at HcNTER'S, 1,189 Broadway and loH William St.
A LL WIDOWS, HEIRS AND SOLDIERS OF THE RE
Jt \ volution, War of 1812 and all other wars previous to
S6G1, now In rccelpt of pensions, arc, by recent act of Con
cress, entitled to have the same increased. Full Information
given free by calling on or addressing F. B. SWIFT, 334
Broadway ; box 2,it86 Post office.
t|"\OCTORS WHO HAVE BEEN PRACTISING SOME
J ' years without a diploma can obtain one by sending their
Dame and address to College, box 2 m Herald office.
JNEBRIATK ASVLUM -WARD'S ISLAND.
Department Pcbmo CflATtiTtEn ani> CoRTtKnTiow,)
N r.w YORK. Oct. 80, 1WW. J
. This Institution, under the direction of the Commissioners
Of Public Charities and Correction. Is now open for the re
ception of patients. A limited number eati b? i>rovl<tod with
Superior accommodations ai prices ranging from .f5 to $15
per week. Fnriher Information may be obtained by address
Ins George KcDock, No. 1 llond stre. t.
JAMES BOW EN,
ISAAC ItEi.L,
O. W. BRENNAN,
JAS. B. NICHOLSON,
Commissioners.
NEW YORK HISTORICAL SOCIETY. -A STATED
Meeting will be he d at the Library on Tuesday evcninc.
If orember S, at R o'clock. Frederick 8. Cozzens, Esq., will
read a paper on "International Copyright."
NOTICE-ALL PERSONS AllE HEREBY CAUTIONED
'Bi'aln?t harboring or trusting any person or persons on
Biy account, as no bills or debts contracted by them will be
paid by me from this date. Dated New Vork, Oet. 28, l-.HS.
ALBERT THOMAS.
TWO POUNDS OF BUTTER FROM ONE QUART OF
milk by using Star Butter Powder, $t per bot, which
will uiake 4o lt?. butter. Call and see it done at 52 John et.
The creditors of sands scott are hequest
ed to send in their accounts to his aie'ress, 226 Raymond
Street, top floor, with their addrestM.
Bbooxlyn, Nov. 2, I860.
YACIITH, 8TEA5I IIOATS dsr.
SELECTION RETURNS.
i( KEF.
EXTKA TELE'. RAM TO-NIOHT.
TTlOR SALE-A GOOD SCHOONER, WELL FOUND;
i1 carries bo tons in live feel water ; price 92,200. Apply to
J. A. COTTINGHAM, 104 West street, corner of Liberty.
VACHTS AND SAILBOATS FOR SALE. -OPEN BOATS,
X from 16 to 84 feet, of everj description ; Cabinet Sloops
and Schooners, all sizes; also one 20 ton Working Sloop.
Apply to WM. PETERS or JOHN Mt'MM, foot of Court
?ueet, Brooklyn.
WANTED TO PI' HC HA HE.
LECTION RETURNS.
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ANTED? A MACHINE F(<R FOLDING BOSOMS.
Address W. H. Baxter, 813 Broadway.
7ANTED-A SECRETARY OR PARLOR BEDSTEAD,
" In good or.ier. Address 8. T. J., Herald office
INSTRUCTION.
TOLBCTIOir RETURNS.
EXTRA TELEHRAM TO-NIOHT.
A HOOP HANDWRITINO GUARANTEED TO ALL IN
ten lesion*, of one hour each; private lessons; by
OLIVICK B. GOLDSMITH, No. 42 Last fourteenth street,
Union s (iiare.
AT TOWNSEND'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, t?J BOWrRV,
private instruction is given day an t e vening in Book
keeping, Arithmetic, Writing, Reading, Spel.lag, Grammar.
Ladles department. No clashes. 25 \\ rltlng Lessons, $2.
A WIDOW LADY. FORMERLY A TEACHER, RE
J\ eldina nt Kernsndin i, Kl*., would take four girls to
board and educate or a few a lull boarders. For particulars
communicate with S. B. C., Newark, N. J.
A PARISIAN LADY DESIRES TO GIVE LESSONS IN
French nnd conversation to a few gentlemen. looulre
of Miss M?ry, No. 3 Amity street, from 111 A. M. lo 1 P. M.
Amusement for the winter evenisgs.-ioo
Oame?j Tricks ar.d Catches, Including the celebrated
Davenport Bro.'s Kara Trick ; Instruction given so that everv
invenl e can inake his own ai puratus without cost; lit)
Xr l< ks, Ac , *1 ; Ml <io., M)e. ; 26c. Hope Trick alone. Ad ress
W. Scott, 4I? Fourth avenue.
TJOOK K I'EPINO. WRITING, AC., FOR ni SINESa.^.
J> Messrs. DOLHRAR, ?? Bmadw?y, tcaeh bookkeeping
i ractl' ally- They also ismove s'.Ihiii ??, ciarapliii; or trem
bling ami make elegse.t bustress pentnen. Private desks
may be secured Ibis week without extra charge. Apply day
or evening. _
French language and literature lessons.
Prof. LOUIS LANOt ELLltl., lit Bleecker street.
OUNT MOKRIS COLLEGIATE 1 NSTiTUTE ? TERMS
M extremely moderate for young la .v boarders; French
kod German constantly spoken. Clreufars sont per po.t.
Address Miss Plckersgillt New avenue, West 12?d street,
Mount Morris sqoare.
PERSONS PI SIPINO THOROUGH INSTRUCTION IN
Painting in wster eolors, by a married middle age I gtn
tleman, with the highest refen'nees, can address Dr. rut
man frar.ier, 42 West Nlnt': street, neir Sixth avenue.
irisiriMJ governess." a young lady, edu.
V o?t#l In Parle, desires encasements a* above; acquire
meats, French (ihorotiihly>. English, music and drawing;
firs' class references. Address M. L. M , Herald office.
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BY KM AND KARA.
LECTION RETl RNS.
EXTRA TELEHRAM T( ?-NIOTTT.
ARTIFICIAL ETEi.? BAUCII A QOUOELMAIfW,
formerly with PnifMMf II ilmmnaau, of I'arU.nukert
anil li>Mrter? of th? iraprortri Artldelnl Human Ejrn, VW
Hioi'lwn". N. li. -Tlmi# h/?* are einloriiid by th? Kac
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NEW PUBLICATIONS.
Jl LECTIO* RKTl R!<? pc,.;
EXTRA TELEGRAM TO-NIOHT.
ImpmRTAST TO El ROPEAM 1 RA^ KIjLKRS.?
TMrel frt vlH ting Eur.>rr ?HouJJ prnridf thnm-^rci with
li?r,w>r Hiinillinolt T.r W. IVinh.'Kf I ?lrliU?. yru n $, .mi
T^iVut'o only eompl** iiiHtbooji of Rorop. Kjg
in tfifl English language, which is mailt entirely
uew every year.
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W \TCIIEIS ?BWBf.HY, Ae.
J* RETURNS.
extra telew'uam to SIOIIT. ______
FRANK FIELO A CO., JEWELLERS, iW SIXTH
# aroniin, c > n?r F > -ir< ?? onfi ?'.r? ?? . II '? Kl <hlb arinn*,
ioroHf twnnr-aUlh ('.ran. *o'n mni'if*111];
rn? of Cii ?'i'> > Clock*; ? vnn f r in \Vn<tnai? ?u?l all
Au>'rlc?n Watch**, whol- j.n iatl
Tin: ri'itp.
I^LECTION RETURN*.
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EXTRA TEL! ilCAM TONIGHT.
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"1REAT NATIONAL HORSE FAIR
J AT NORWALK, CONN.,
November 10, 11 an! 12. under the auspices of Hie
FAIRFIELD COUNT \ AOH1CULT HAL SOCIETY,
if'.fivi) IN PREMIUM^.
Open to li?utes fro :i tv-'ry section.
For particulars see bill? or itldress '
'NATHAN CAMP, President.
CflAKi.KS E. Pz.r MR, Secretary.
HOBOK1N RACES?FALL MEETING.
FIKST PAY, WEDNESDAY, NOT. i.
FiBST Raue.? A Itunlle Knee, with welte:' weights, two
miles, over eight hurdles, for a pruulum of $4U0; sJf^DO to first
hone, $73 t> > second an i . 25 to third.
Sfoont) It vp. ? I'i oi j! urn $2.9; d&sh of a mile; I? 200 to
flift and (jifiO to mcod>I In .rsc.
Th:sd Raof. -Mile heats ; premium >fS0O ; $230 to first
and *',0 1 ) second horse. Ii, tries t.> be made to the Secretary
before 4 o'clock I*. M. on da\ prior to the race.
SECOND DAY, FRIDAY, NOV. 6.
First RaoB.? Handicap 11 unite; two miles, eight hurdles;
premium . $400; $3 4) to first l (.r*e, $75 to aecondand $23 to
thir l ; no burse allowed to start In second hurdle unless he
ran in the first. Enti led to lie made immediately after the
main race; weights to be declared on the morning of the
rare.
StcONn Raok.? Consolation Premium, $230; one and one
cightu mile ; $2uu to first i.nd <j*50 to second ; usual allowance
to beaten horses.
Tumn Rack.? Mile he-its; premium, 4350; $300 to first and
fthO to second horse ; tlie winner of the mile aud repeat race
on first dbr to carry 5 lbs. extra.
Foit mil Rack.? Dash of one mile, for hacks, gentlemen
rider*; welter weights; for cup valued at $1U0 ; 1(1 per cent
entrance ; four or more to start. No horse permitted to start
who has been trained over u regular track within the last
tlx months. J. IIARVEY LYONS, Secretary.
ITNIOK COURSE. L. l.-TROTTINO- WEDNESDAY,
November 4, at 2 r. M. Match for $1,004), mile heats, best
three in live, in harness. L. S. Rammli' blk. g. lllack bob;
J. Nodine's blk. m. ; to cairy .-'annuls' weight.
WM. SHAW, Proprietor.
UNION COl'RSB.LONt> I8LANU.? TROTTING? THURS
day, Nov. 6, all o'clock P.M. Purso of 4300; mile heats,
best tureo In five, in harness. I). Pflfer's blk. m. Oora ; J.
Murphy's b. m. Fanny Sprague ; D. Mace's br. g. Richard
Neavafs; J. Lovett'sb. g. Ca] tain Dill; Alex. Patterson's ch.
g. No Name; B. Mace's g. g. Carroll.
WM. SHAW, Proprietor.
HI'ORTIX;? IXHiS, H1RDS, 4C.
II LECTION RETURNS.
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EXTRA TELEGRAM TO-NIOHT.
All kinds of fancy doos and birds for
sale.? Medicines for all diseases. Prepared Food for
mockingbirds, at B. DOVEY S, Nos. 3 and S Ureece street,
comer of Canal.
N. B.? Ladies attended to by Mrs. Dovey.
All breeds choice doos and mkdicines.
FRANCIS BUTLER, No. 3 Peek slip. Butler's Infal
lible Mange (/'tire and Flea Exterminator, 75c. Butler's new
work, $2. Extra stock Dogs, Ferrets.
A OREAT HORSE BOOK.? hi RAM WOODRUFF ON
J\ the Trotting Horse of America. How to train and drive
him. With reminiscences of the trotting turf. The result of
the author's fotty years* experience and unequalled skill In
training aud driving, tone! her with a store of interesting matter
concerning celebrated American horses. A handsome 12mo,
with a splendid steel plate portrait of Hiram Woodruff. Price,
extra cloth, q-'J 23. Single copies sent post paid on receipt of
price. Canvassers wanted. Libei .tl discount given. J. M. FORD
<t CO., 1M Nassau street (Printing House square), New York.
fiOR BALE-A MAGNIFICENT SINGLE DARRELLED
RiBe, made by K rider, of Philadelphia, \ylth telescopic
sights, ca>,o, Ac., complete. Apply to LiiEDS A MINER, 93
Lit. arty street.
TIOR SALE? A SETTER DOG, WELL BROKEN. AP
ply to MACFAKLANE, guum.tker, 2(W Spring street,
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HORSES, CARRIAGES, &V.
Election returns.
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EXTRA TELEGRAM TO-NIOHT.
AT JOHNSTON A VAN TASSF.LL'S
HORSE AUCTION MART,
112 East Thirteenth street, near Fourth avenue.
REGULAR SALES EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY.
TUESDAY, NOV. It, at 12 o clock.
Oontlemen baving private establishments which thsy wish
to dispose of, or those wishing to purchase anything in the
horse line, will find It to their advantage to give us a call.
Our dealing* are almost exclusively with merchants and
business men, anil our establishment Is conducted on tbe
same straightforward principles which govern honorable
people In other branches of trade.
Hood stabling for norsos at private sale.
We give the purchaser of every horso that la warranted
sound 24 hours for trial.
Our down town office Is at r.9 Nassau street, opposite the
Post office, where a register Is kept ol Horses, Carriages, Ac.,
at private aud public sales. Liberal advances mads on every
thing In the horse line.
CATALOGUE OF TO-DAY'S SALE.
Team bay and black Horses, 16>j hands, 8 years, kind and
true in all harness and under saddle, trots in minutes,
free from vice, warranted souud In every respect, together
with a shifting top Depot Wagon, nearly new; set double
Harness, nearer now, Ac.
Sorrel running Mare, imported f"im Liverpool six months
a^o, and cost . 2,000, 16 bands, B years, kind in harness, su
perior under saddle, Irce from vice, runs In 2 minutes, free
and stylish driver.
Two top and two no top Wagons, top Pony Phaetons, no
top l ark Phaetons, Rockaway, ,vc.
Bay Horse, 15i? hands, 7 years, kind In all harness and
under saddle, free from vice, an excellent family horse, and
sold l or want of use.
One sing e seat ar.d one two-seat Port'and Cutter Sleighs.
Black Mare, 13 hands, 7 years, kind in harness, good road
ster, is not afraid of a locomotive, wairanted souud.
Several other Horses, top and no top Wagons, single and
double Harness. Full particulars time of sale.
AT JOHNSTON A VAN TASSKLL'S AUCTION MAKT,
11 j East Thirteenth street, down town olEce, 89 Kumu
stive t,
TUESDAY, Nov. S, at 12 o'clock,
Team bar and black Horse*, shilling top Depot Wagon and
Kit double Muni fin; IraportcJ, sound, Running Mam, cost
$2.(100; bavimd black Can-law and Road Horses: lop aud
rto top Wagons; bo top l'arkl'lmetons, Rockaways; one and
two scat cutter Slclcn, .tc. For particulars see catalogue
above. We n?- er postpone a sale ou account of the weather.
A -JAMBS JEN KINS, Al CTIONEF.R, WILL 9ELL AT
. auction, on Thursday, Nov. 6, at 11 o'clock, at 1,4111
Broadway, near Forty-first street, New York, a large auort
mc:itor Rockaways, 'Depot Wagons, top and open Wagon*.
Pony Phaetons, Doctor's Waiions, Jaggers, *<? 300 SMS or
single and double Harness, Sleighs, Kohss, balls, Blankets,
Lap Robes, Ac., In great variety ; baddies and Bridles, Surcin
gled, Halter-; also a large assortment of Cartman and Truck
Blankets, Ac., Ac. hate posit Ire. N. B.-Also at private
Sal".
A? OUR REGULAR SALK OF TO DAY, IN CON.
. rS'|Uit cc of our general election. Is postponed until
Thursday, at 13 M., at which time wc shall sell a very supe
rior line Hf T i ott'nu an*' Road Horses.
JOHN L. YAMDBWATKR, Auctioneer, 24 Duane street.
A? BLANKE1S BLANKETS, FROM 43 TO |?0; LAP,
. Bear, Wolverine, Hudson's Bay Buffalo and Fox Robes,
trfi upwards ; Single and double Harness of all kinds, $13 up
wards; Rockaways of all descriptions, one six sest Rocka
way, lo ir do. new' and second baud, one tCouch.CU road and
top \Vag>>ns, one Jaggcr, express and Business Wagons; also
a i trgc aj? .rtniciit oi h.eiglis, Bulls, Ac., at WILLIAM H.
GRAY'S, 80, S2, 24 and 26 \Voo?ter street.
A-LAROESALEOFIIDRSF.S, CARRIAGES. ROCKA
. ways, top and open Wagons, llarnejs, Robes,
Blankets. Ilclls, Sleighs, ?tc., r.l public auction, on Friday,
No , ember 8, at 11 o'u'ock, at llie private stable, JOd West
Fifty-third street. Sale positive rain or slilne.
JAM I .S JENKINS, Auctioneer.
y VARIETY OF ELEGANT CLARENCES, CO! PES,
fully warranted. NewVor* Kepo < Itonrl So. W fe ist f.lgh
1 \ LauHaiilets, some very iigm w < ,ic uorsn; lour snu kix
seals Coupe Rockaways. superior in style, and quality and
fully warranted. New Yors Kepinit.jry, No. 14 K isi ?igl?.
teenth street, I etween Fl:th avenue and Brosdwav. I
A 'SUPERIOR ASSORTMENT OK SECOND IIANO
Carriages lor Sale, ri I.
Two Clarences.
Four three-quarter Clarences.
One do., used only one week.
One full Caleche.
One open do., used only on?e.
Three Dog Carts and
Three open Phaetons. Bv
RRhWSTER A Co., M Fifth avenue.
A CONTINUATION OF Till! AUCTION SALE AT 47
-/V* UrMl Joues slrcc;, ou Wednesday, Nor. 4, at 11 o'clock,
m Horace, Cat rlages. Wa?o:is, Rock ?? ays, S'.e'gns, Harness,
Blaekels, I'obes, A'1. Everything wt'l be so! i To tV.e blghsst
bidder without reservation. JAMhS JL.< K INS, Auctioneer.
4 FINE DARK CHESTNUT CO! PE OR CARRIAGE
j \ Home for sale ? Full III bands high. One style and action ;
wl 1 be soli low. Apply at pr.vite stable lli* East Twenty
secuud street.
\H -- SLEIOlf A.SLLIOHS, ROBES, ROBEsj BLANKETS,
, B?!Iji, B? is, AC. Al! descriptions r,t M agons. Harness,
Ac and cv;i v.hiiu, appertaining to the business, ut the o.dest
and dieapcst sUud i'i Sew Vor't. at 1,4 i Br adway, near
1'oity-Prst ?tr-et, New Tor*. If not si! I private to lie sold at
nueton on Thursday, November I, at II o'clock.
A SECOND HAND CLA HENCE, ONE SECOND HAND
Coupe Rockawiv and two seron I hand open Rocka ways,
a' I In fine order and to t.e . ,ld low, by BREWSTER A BALD
WIN, corner l? nth street and Broadway.
t ? ROCK AWAVH, TOP AND OPEN WAOONS, GIGS,
J\ t Jaggeis, I >epot Wsipin, Sleighs, Bells, Blanket*, kotos,
sing '? sn i double l!arr.r>ia; a!?o threu cUeap Hurses, at VAN
ORDER A DUFF'S, Mercer street.
\ VERY LIGHT FOUR SF.4T PHAF.TOIfl 100 SEC.
end hand (Carriages ; .VK) new Carriages, Harness, So
ix r cent less Broadway store* j Ciurtugcs stored and for sale.
HAM'S, Fourih and Broad wm .
BHIY ARIIIBALD JOHN-TON. AUCTIONEER, \T
JOHNS 1 1 ? N a VA NTAHSI'.LL S Auction Mart, 1U
East Thirteenth street, down town oilics, W Nassau street,
This day. TUESDAY, Nov. 3. at 1* o'clort,
Reyilar sale of llorsss, Cutrligss, Ac., nt the above mart.
For particulars see catalogue under bead of Hurses and Car
riages. Wc never postpone a sals on account of the weather.
U^OR SALR-A PAIR OF HANDSOME JKT BLACK
r Cartlsge Horses, |5'< hands, sound and kind; also*
Park Phaeton by Wood Brothers and Double Harness, In
good order. Mav be seen at Hathorn'e gtnli.e, Thirty sere nth
ilreet. between Broadway and Seventh avenue.
I POR SALE -AT PRIVATE STABLE 111 EAST FORTY
first street, a splendid pair of bay Horses.
F'OR BALE OR EXCHANGE FOR A TWO HORSE
Turnout, an el";.ant road mare, hands high; per
ledly sound and kind; trots in 2 :4ft to the pole an d better
single. Address for two days Speed, box 1*5 Herald office.
SIENTLEMAN'S TI RNOI T FOR SALE - HOHSR,
\T Wagon, " eigh, Harness, everything complete for *l,<w.
Particulars at Ryerton, Kr iwn k Dans' stah.es, West Thirty
second street, near Bmadwav.
MVDE'S PATENT ELASTIC JOINT SURCINGLES ARE
the must durable and comfortable in n?e. Try them
and you will use no other. The trade supplied. Agents
warned. 41 Woostrr street.
JIVKRV SfAHLF FOR PALE WITH OR WITH^l T
J stock and Hit i, es; longlsme; first clase location ; everv
Improvement for boarding horses; satisfactory masons lor
leaving the business, upper part of the city. Inquire for
proprietor of the Union I iverr Stable, 14d and 14d Last
Ferty-tn st street, between Leiinglou aud lliird aveouca.
nORSEM, CABRIAUBSi &C.
TUST ARRIVED? AT I). H. TAN OE R WOOL'S (FOR
?f 1 serly Sanders' (table, No. ISO Twenty-fourth street,
? 'Mi lo'i 1 of very exct'llaut Horses Irom the YSVrt, consisting
?il Laauttful match, a pairs, line (addle aii<1 bupg> Horses,
selected with an experleii ed eye to size, cot' r, ?;;e and dnr
abllcy fivin Missouri, Illinois, Wisconsin ai.d Iowa; three
pairs vrry fa*t trotters, with long, t eautlful tails; will trade
fur diamonds, creenhack(, real estate, or a flne stallion suited
for the Wot. t'oa.i' r.uu see a St. Louie dealt r.
OTYLE AND SPEKD COMBINED.? A 1'AIIt OK DARK
I bay liambletoiuan trotting Ooldlnna for lale, at the M m
? Inn stablee, corner Seventh avenue air! Forty-second Street,
the proji'-rtv uf ? private gentleman. The above are half
brothers, lrf bauds lii^h, 7 year# olU, full manes and tails,
black ' u n!i. closely matched ; can show 2 :fO to pole ; have
never le<jn trained ; are perfectly (mouth and without a
fr.ult. Lithcr double or single.
OTABI.E WANTED -UP TOWN-FRO.M SIX TO TWELVE
> ' dulls. Address U., box lit Herald oUlce.
TO OWNERS OF HOUSES THE BEST AMI MOST
Innoceut medicine In the world U Tobias' Derby Condi
tion Powders. It keeps the water clear, destroys worms uud
buts, Increases tl.e appetite, allays fever and ^irrt a Hue coat.
It has been used by thousands uf horsemen in this country
and In England during the past ten years. Hjc. per box; auld
by the druggUU and saddlers. Depot, 10 Park place.
WANTED A BAKER'S CART, IN GOOD ORDER.
Direct to A. B., box 190 lleiald uiUce, stating where It
can be ecen.
flT" ANTED? A CUTTER AND A TWO SEAT SLEIGH,
t T Robes, Bells and a set "f light Double Harnett. Ad
dru(*, stating price and where they can be se?u, T. Inman,
Herald otllce.
jTANTED? A FIRST CLASH Cl'TTER SLEIGH. AD
dress X., box llOHerald odlre.
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LOHT AND FOUND.
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Diamond ring lost, last Saturday, a club
ter of 1U or 12 diamonds; was In portemonhale ; present
from a dear friend. A liberal reward will bu given In (tore
67 Lllieity street
Found-in an up town car, a portemonnaie
cuutninlntt a small amount of money. for which apply to
the East ttiver Savings Bauk, No. 8 Chambers street, be
tween 10 and 8.
FOUND? A GOAT. CAN BE GOT BY PROVINii PRO
pet ty and paying expenses.
JOHN EI Si. ERG, 450 West Sixteenth street.
IOST-ON TUESDAY LAST, A WHITE WOLF DOG,
J answering to the name of Prince. $5 reward will be
paid on his return to Charles Murlock, 818 West Thirty-sixth
street.
LOST-BY a POOR MAN, A PAPER BOX, CONTAIN
lug Furs, I etween Fourteenth and Elghty-dfth streets.
A suitable reward will be ^Iven if returned to 300 Broadway.
OTRAY CATTLE. ?TWO STEERS AND ONE BULL
O carno to the (arm of Mr. R-ibblus, at Scarsdale, three days
since. The owner Is l'equestod to call for them, pay charges
and take them away.
QTKAYED OR STOLEN? ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER
O US', a white irdlk Ooat, brnwn on the neck, side and tall;
strap, w I tli iron ring, on the neck. Anyone riturninx It w III
receive a llbei al reivard.
C. Ci'LLUM. 149 West Seventeenth street.
REWARDS.
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dS~ RKW ARD.? LOST, ON SATURDAY EVENING, IN
' Eighth avenue, near Twenty first street, a Pearl Sea if
l'in. Tlio above reward will be paid and no questlona naked
if returned to 612 Wont fourteenth street.
REWARD.? LOST, NOV. 1, ON THE SOUTH
.pi U firry boat Montague, a 1'ocketbook couU lolng near
ly $K0. The finder will reecive the abora reward br return
ing it to the oQice, South ferry, Brooklyn, care of G. 1' . Covert.
- REWARu.? j . OLEN.FROM 20 IttVINO PLACE.
O-i" on the evening of Oct. 31. two Sliver Mug*, marked
'?J. P. C."' and "For Daisy one btrter Dish, marked "K. C.
1'. one Salt cellar and Spoon, marked "E. C. 1'.," alio two
I'mtrellas.
C REWARD AND NO QUESTIONS ASKED? LOST.
' ) a heavy mounted Sword, on Monday evening ; $2a
will be paid on turning the *ame to M. Iiorls A Co., corner
of NlDclccb.it r'-oet and Eighth avenue, New York.
JSo.-r -LOST. NOV. a, near twentv
^rel anu Fifth avenue, a fawn colored
Italian ? amwrri tn the name of Charlie ; had on
red and wL.. - collar. By returning the dog to 98 fifth
avenue tho Under will recclve the above reward.
$2
?ii/in REWARD WILL BE PAID AND NO QCES
qp rW tions aslud, for the return of one old gold hunting
patent letcr Watch, No. 40,299. Apply at 4J& Canal at rout.
<3i1 uA REWARD STOLEN, FROM THE S'BSCRI
?SVL?/\.I her, on the nl ,'ht of Oct. SO, 18S8. a grav Marn,
loV hands blub, 8 > ear* old, long tail and blackish Ic^s. ifW
will be p '.Id fiiv the recovery of the mare and $1U0 for the ar
i eat and conviction of the thief.
O. J. A. COl'LSON, Pateraon, N. J.,
and 123 and 124 Duane itreet, New York.
<kt\ n/Wl reward.
i|)(J,iM/u Notice to banker*, broken and other*.
STOLE n, *
from 327 Broad w/ty, November 2, 1868, the following
? Mock* and Bond* :
8-20 coupon bonds, Noa. ftfir.4, AM:*, fiMM, 5S1 ST, 6g1SK,
M139, M 14(1, AH141, IWNJ, 5*143, MHJ.U, BH034, WO, 7?J. 7#3, 7- 4,
Jt*. 7t*>, 7?7, 1767 -+?. 17K707, f<MK, ftlKlif, Mm, 59081, HON,
176. eS, 17oif)W, 17ti7w and 17o79i. caeh for $ l,00u.
Also No*. 7#iJsi, 7H70. 2C40i?2, 2'J4(t9U, 804091. 7P71, 7972, 8(012,
aouu, 80J14, ?0U15, 6L01tS, Stow, 2S027, cach for i(!lU0.
Alao 1 ..K'<0, for $"x*J.
Also lim-i, for itS.'.
Aiao th# following 6 ??> Registered llnn ls: No*. B 872,
B t'.i. B S74 H 873, B S'.ti, each for $5,000.
Also H 3317, B S.15-, each for +1,000.
Al*o the I olio wing Chicago and Northwest First Mot'_acn
Bond* : -No*. 3111. 3412, 3413, 3443, 8<<JK, U6J4, 4 1.1% 5541, each
for S? I, OKI.
Also the following Chicago and North west Equipment
Honda : No*. 8711, ii712, 2786, 8788, 2737 , 2733, 2739, 2 M88,
8S89, eneli for *1.000.
Alao the fol'ow'ng Certificate* of Stock: ?
No. S87, for 72 share* of Stock in I.ong island Hank.
No. 20ft, for fib Shares of Stock In St. .Nicholas K ink.
No. 84:17, for 9 Share* of Stork In Metropolitan llnrik.
No. :t.'iill, for 8 hare* of Stock In Metropolitan liank.
No. 3-Jo, for# shares of Stock in Importer* and Trailer*'
Bank.
No. 3618. for 28 Share* of Stock Id Importer* and Trader*'
Bank.
No. .T819, for 9 Shares of Slock la Importer* and Trader*'
Bank.
No. 4*1'.', for 20 Share* of Slock in the American Express.
No. 3077, for 100 Share* of Stock In the lnllc.1 State* Ex
prtit.
No. ?4 >2*, for 1'ifl Share* of Stock In the Erie Ral road.
No. ttotel, for I'fl Phare* of Stock In th* Erie Railroad.
No. ?-t6 4, for 100 Share* of 8toek In th* Krie Hallioad.
No. W0..9. for 100 Shan * of Stock in the Erie Railroad.
No. 7<?>1 for 100 Shares of Stock in the Krie Railroad.
No. 10778 for 100 Share* of Stock in the Chicago and N. W.
Pref.
No. 18:48 for 10 Share* of Stock in the Chicago and N. W.
Pref.
No for 100 Share* of Stock In the diilcano and R. I.
No. 2710 for I'M Share* of Stock In the Republic In*. Co. of
Chicago.
No. 337 for 15 Share* In the City Fire Inf. Co. of N. V.
Also four ri per cent Hoods of the city of Alton, No*. 107 to
lib inclusive, lor $1,(U> caeh.
Together with several other Stock* and Ilond* and Mort
gages.
All parties are cautioned agaln*t negotiating any of the
Above Stock* or Bond*.
The above reward will be paid for tbctr return by the
owner.
Information lent to
GEORGE W. DILKS,
Imp. Met. Mn,IJ0 Mulberry street.
A GOOD REWARD WILL BR GIVEN TO ANY PER
son who will bring back a blank Bio nihqund. His ear*
very short, ami ha* a brass collar around bis neck ; or to auy
on* whu will civ* information. Call at 113 Bower/.
A ?C10 REWARD.? LOST, ON SATURDAY, OCT. SI,
J\. a Coach Dog, spotted; nntwers to the nam* of Jl.n. The
above reward will be paid and no question* asked for hi* re
turn to llfi Mereor sirset, .Jersey City.
DETECTIVE POLICE AGENCY, W BROADWAT. -THIS
,>! i established agency rnfers to the marcautlln coin'nu
nity generally as Ij th?tr axparleace, fa~lll'.l*s an I Mandlng.
Caution -We have no bran- he* In thl* city.
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1>OST OFFICE NOTICE. L ^ # m
The n ails for Kurope will he despatched from this office
on Tue5(?iy, Thursday and Saturday, elo*lng at 18 o'clock
noon, and at stations A an I H, II :4?; C, O and D, 1 1 :86; B
and r, II : 10. amltl, at II o'clock A. M.
Alto ou \\ ???Inei'luy* Bottc? of lh? hour of rioting which
WIU be post*! ?i tbf? tr nf ral ottict SO'} lh? ttrntloot <?n Tun
da.r I'. M JAMKS KftbLi, I' M.
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AT PRIVATE SALE -174 BLOCKS ITALI.VH MARIiLE,
. c*rgoe* of M. (lualterio, Kuth and Ktpresa, ju?t arrived,
oomurieTuK (1. K., A t*. it., and otbor favo'lte mark*
ACWI srrs I AHb.lt A BRU.. -.1 : Water street.
ARCH.TR'TS. BUILDERS AND THOSE DESIRING
to obtain Marble Mantel* of new de?l;;ii?, earefully *e
lected with retiat l to t.\ste, elegance and economy, are In
vite I to call at the manmactory and wareroom* of riBllr.it
A BIRD. 97 to 111.1 East llo'ttlon ureal.
Marble and slate mantkls of THE LATEST
designs, at very low price*, at A. KLABhRS Marble
Work*. 134 and 1?? East Eigl.tseiilh street, near ThlrJ ave
nun, Ntw York. Mantels pul up in !!?? country. Cui Ibtt
out
MAr*"uEd*UnW.JEaVB;,",?Jjr>OT"N"*' *'>"UMKNT8,
?nanufactorv, 58 rirst avsnue i ii^ -eki 1' lil JWIKM
>ut up in the country! *M prf?. n,t ,rd M>"tsl*
s
LATE MANTELS? THE LATEST DESMNS AND THE
j larg^ft ftMor(iii?n! la tho ctljf. W?
? i-ecU.ty. Ts H. hThy ART,
Kftctorr and Showroom, 213 Wc*t Forty ?? near
lirancU >iith afinuf.
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A N FSTABLIfHED MAN! FA1 Tl RER3' AGENT AND
(OBimMlon merehnnt In Philadelphia desire* a few goon
consignments for the **1" of good* In Mini city by satupie or
nth. ! wise. Addrev J. K. II., gDtC'httreh sires., Pnllade.pk!ai
Alt'! E~AinORTM ENT 6r RED HAlit LAME AH
j sortnienl of (Iray llair, lar.n as* >rtmenl of very Light
Ma r, at it. U' ILMAHli's. 323 Canal (tieet, New York.
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^ TTENTION IS INVITED TO THE FACT THAT TUB
First Mortja^ Bond* of the I uiou Pacific Rat' road Com
pany to the amount of over eighteen million dolla"* have
already been sold, and tint they lire now tu constant
demand for home investment and on foreign account.
They pay a i per cent, in folit, and ruu for thirty years.
At 1U2 they yield between eight and nine per cent to the
Investor, and as soon as the Untie Is told, if not before,
ther will doubtle s command a much higher rate. As a first
mortgage on the longest line of railroad in this country, that
la already earning more than Its Interest liabilities on its way
business, and which cost nearly three times their amount, the
security Is undoubted. Subscriptions whl be received at the
Company's office, 20 Nassau street, and by JOHN J. CISCO
A SON, 6H Wall street, New York, and by most of the leading
bankers throughout the country, where a new pamphlet, con
taining a full description of the road aud Its securities, can be
obtained.
AT ISAAC O. MARKER'S RKAL ESTATE OFFICE,
room 14 ll. ro Id liulldluK, New York? Money loaned on
Koad and J.ortRii
/ 1ITY OF NF.W YORK? DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE.
1 Bl REAL OF THE RECEIVER OF TAXES.
tint Hi lloutllC, I'AUK, Oct. ill, 1868.
TO TAXPAYERS.
Notice Is hereoy given that one per cent will be added to all
taxes unpaid on tli>* 1st of December ; also an additional one
per cent on Decern' er 15.
On all tines remaining unpaid on January 1 Interest nt the
rate of twelve per ccut per annum, calculated from the day
the books were received by the Receiver of Taxes to the .lay
of uayiuent, wi.l be addej. No money will be received after
2 o clock P. M. OUlce hours from 8 A. M. to ? I'. M.
BERNARD SMYTH, Receiver.
..OR SALE? 100 SHARES OF STOCK IN WOOLLEN
_ mill property, situated within two hours of New York;
par valuu ijtlUO per share. For particulars inquire of C. H.
OLIVER, No. 7 Ueukman street.
MONEY LOANED UPON MERCHANDISE, BEOURI
tles. Personal Property, Household Furniture on stora?o
and bond and mortgage; second mortgages purchased ; paper
negotintcd. collections made on all parts United States aud
t/'auada. WILLIAM BRUCE PUTNAM, banker and tlnan
cial broker, No. 1 College place, corner Barclay street, Uro
ccre' Bank Building.
OTICB TO CAPITALISTS. ? ALL PERSONS ARE
_ warned aflnst purchasing friiin the Cole Saunders
Mining Co. or My otbrr association or person any portion of
the north one hundred fort of Cinim No. 1, north from Dis
covery Claim, on the sllrer loie, known as the "Poor Man's
Joy Lode," located tu Flint Greek district, Montana Territory,
without ? (.Mil ami audit lent power ol attorney, with ab
sti act of t tie, from the nndsrslgned I ona tide owners of the
abovo described property. W.J. HOWARD.
JACOB BITTNKR.
IIpi.ksa, Oct. 14, 1868. HENRY PATTERSON.
OFFICE OF THE ISTHMUS CANAI. COMPANY, NEW
\ ork, Oct. 21, 18.18. -Books of subscription for tlie Capi
tal Stock ol' this Company will be opened on and after Mon
day, the second day of November nejt, at the oltlce of the
.lEti-a Insurance Company of New York, 17(1 Broadway.
WILLIAM T. COLK MAN,
MARSHALL O. ROBERTO,
CORNELIUS K. (JARUlSON,
WILLIAM H. DUNCAN,
RICHARD SCHELL,
Commissioners.
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OFFICE OF PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY,
New funic, Oct. SI, 1868.
Twenty-First Annual Election.
Notice ii hereby given that the (Section for nine Directors
of the l'arlilc Mull Steamship Company will lie held at the
Company'* office. No*. 6st and 61 Wall street, on Weducs
day. November 18, 1868, between the hours of IS M. au l 2
l'< V*
The Transfer hooks will lie closed, preparatory to sai l elec
tion, on Monday, November!', IfctiS, at ;l o'clock P. M.
lute notlco ot the reopening of the Transfer books will be
hereafter xlven.
By t.ruer of the Board of Directors.
THEODORE f. JOHNSON, Secretary.
d(i Ann WANTED?FOR $10,000 WORTH OF PROP
ip').l,FwU erty ; two barjes; originally cost if 90, 000 In
1>?64 ; purchased for first amount; 1,200 tons capacity. Thn
advertiser w,shes an energetic business man to purchase and
join liim. Steady employment year round; pront 421,000 per
year. Addiess or call on C. W. TOBEY, room (!, 171 Broad
way.
<fe07f; Artn *0 loan-on bond and mort
I ?/.v/UU snKe In sums of $!>,000 and upwards, on
leal estate In Ibis city or llrooklyn.
JOHN F. CONRI-.Y, 02 Wall street, room 12.
<fcOttn <\nn TO LOAN ON BOND AND MORT
"Pai 'U.'IUU gage ; also buys and sells Insurance
Stocks and Sotlp. LEVI COOK, 60 Wall street.
<& i nn ACin TO loan-in sums to suit, on
fflT'/U.l'"" New York an J Brooklyn real estate.
Fire years at 7 per cent. C. E. WILMS,
Moutauk Insurance Company, 163 Broadway.
LOAN (IFFICKH.
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At 77? MONEY LIBERALLY ADVANCED ON DIA
monds, Watches, Jewelry, Ac., or the same bought at
the highest rates; also Pawnbrokers' Tickets bought for Dia
monds. M atebes, Jewelry, Ac., at 77 Bluecker street, scc?ud
lloor, three door* west of Broadway.
Are you in want of money? -if so, call
. on E. KERN ARD, 1'.4 Oraud street. Liberal advances
made on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, bilks, Ac., or the
samo bought and sold.
At an broadway-liberal advances made
on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelrv, Silks, ?c. The sums
bought and sold. JAMES P. MATTHEWS.
Advances on diamonds, watches, merciiaw
(lisc, Personal Property and Furniture on storage. WIL
LIAM BRUCE PUTNAM, banker and financial broker, So.
1 College place, corner Barclay street, Grocers' Bans Bitlld
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At WOLF BROTHERS', AW llRntl>W*Y. UP STAIRS. -
Money loaned on Dlam tnds, Watches, Jewelry, Pianos,
Silks; also to merchants nn Mercuaudlse. Business conU
dentlal. The same bought and sold.
AT 67 THIRTEENTH STREET, NEAR WALLACE'S
Theatre -I pay the highest price for Diamonds, Watches
an. i Jewelrv, or advanced on the sauie. ISAACS, Dlain nd
Broker, 67 Thirteenth street.
Advances made on watches, diamonds, jew
eiry, Dry < loods and Personal Property of every descrip
tion. J. A. JACKSON, HI Oraud street, two doors west of
Broadway.
AT HYMAN'S, ?ii BROADWAY, CORNER OF BOND
street. -Liberal advances made on IHamonds and
Watches. Silverware, Ac., or wlil pay the highest market
price lor the same.
AT THE OLD ESTABLISHED OFFICE. 66 NASSAU
street, room No. .'t. you can obtain liberal advances on ?
Diamonds, Watches, Silverware, Ac., or will pur. hale them
at the highest valuation. A. HONIGMAN, Broker.
AT THE JEWELRY STORE, 723 BROADWAY, I N DER
the New York Hotel, the IiIk host prices paid for Dia
monds, Wstcbcs, old Gold and Hnver, Laces, Camel's Hair
Shaw s, Ar.
Diamonds, watches and jewelry bought
and mouey loaned nn them by O. C. ALLEN, 416
Broadway, one door below Canal street.
I vAVID M. DAVIS, AT HIS JfcWELRY STORE, 5", 7
J / Kroadwnv. advances money on Diamonds, Watches,
ewelry and Silverware ; business strictly confidential. Also
nys tke tame at their full value.
ro NASSAU RTRF.ET, CORNER MAIDEN LANK.
? )0 Ilavinj Immense facilities, advance at unusually low
ra'es on jewelry, wat< hes, pianos, msrciiandlse, lite policies
or other securities, lu lar,;e or small amounts.
BOWERY, NEAR OR AND STREET, ROOMS
i _ ' ' Nos. 1 and 2. up s'slrs. Money liberally advanced
on Diamond*, Watchus, Jewelry. River Ware, Silks, AC., or
the gouds bought. Pawnbrokers' tickets bought.
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MR. HERMAN LE ROY JONES UAS THIS DAV RE
. come a member of our llrm. LE EOV A CO.
NKW York, Nor. 1,1869.
rrHOMAR R. CAPEN AND JAMES S. WELLS ARK
I pat titers In our business and will, on and after the pre
sent ds'e, sl.n the name of the llrm lu our transactions.
New York, Nov. ?, IMS. LOCK. WOOD A CO
rrHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE TfllS DAY FORMED A
L copartnership, under llse name of Marquand, Hill A Co..
for the transaction of a commission broker*** business In
stock*, governmeut securities, gold and business paper, at 3b
Broad strest.
John r. Maryl and.
GEORGE H. H. HILL.
HAMI EL O. STUD LEY.
Nsw York, Not. 3, l*W.
rtlHK COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
JL under the lirm name or Newton A Antliouv Is this day
Ulssotve.t bv mutual consent. ISAAC W. NEWTuN.
Ms W'UK, Oct. 81, UM. JAN. L .ANTHONY.
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AN ACTIVE BUSINESS MAN, WITH *1,000, IS OFFER
ed a rnre chance In ati established light end vetv pioiil
ebts business.^ Apply at 14S Fulton street, room No. 9.
A PARTNER W ANTED? IN AN OLD ESTABLISHED
lasting House, down town . a good, permanent opening
tor a tuan ?*h small capital, who is willing to attend the
business. F(.r particulars address or Inquire of ELK1NS, 81
Kiltie House, Third avenue.
WANTED A MAN WITH CASH CAPITAL, FROM
!i t*l,W'ti to $9.fmo, foi a responsible i ?slti n In theoibco
of a manufacturing rompanv, saisrt aud percentage if
profits. Be-trenee requited. Apply at First National tb'm
Icsl i Otnpany, 231 Bioadway.
WASTED AW KKEROETIC BUSINESS MAN AS
>> purser on a first class steamship n tw ntttBg for ?< (,
who can command and Is willing IS lni*"St to 1 ",*H'?i In
a largely patmg trail* It <rhl, h he will be engaged. Address
M., bos ?,1m? Poet office. _
wl lino CAML? Nftltf CLASS WORKING PART
?pltOVrU tier wanted in a lu- ralive eitabdshed brokeis
ag* (oBlw business in Wall street. Will, tor a co jsldi i a
Hon, guarantee $?'J0 monthly. Address Mare. Herald ofl.ee.
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A TTENTIONt
NICHOLS II. BABCOCK,
I'NIOM REPI'BLICaM CANDtDATE
FOR ASSEMBLY, TWENTIETH DISTRICT.
AT A MEETING OK THE TWELFTH WARD EMl'IRK
iV C til>, h ?: 1 at Halloran's, tilth street and Third avenue,
on Saturday evening, oc;.::i, the resolution heretofore passed
nominating J. W. Bennett lor Assem&ly In the Tweniylir.t
district win rei onnldere I. and Hit- Hon. W. Hltclimau ?'nl
unanimously endorsed. F. W. H. K ENNKI'T, President.
II MAKTERtiON, Vice President.
All sizes of Bi'NTiNa flags on hand? ba.v.
nern, Transparencies. Lanterns, Torches, AO. Cloning
out, cheap.
IiOJ li it 4 il K All AM, P7 Duane street, corner Broadway.
Brooklyn city ticket.
For Comptroller.
EVAN M. JOHNSON.
For Collector of Tales and Astossraents,
ISAAC BADEAU.
Fur citv Tieasurer,
CORTLAND A. Sl'llAUUE.
For Auditor,
JAMES O'liltlEN.
(lONSTITl'TIONAL t'NIO.N NOMINATION,
J Niutli district (Ninth nnd Sixteenth wnrJs).
For Assembly,
r or Assembly,
JOHN R. VOORHIS.
LMFTII ASSEMBLY DISTRICT.? ELECTORS OF THE
I1 Filth Assembly District will please nko notice tlmt
William C. llanna will remain a candidate for Member of
Assembly until llie close of thf polls. All the reports to the
contrary' are false, and only intended to deceive and mislead.
If my friends will support inu with the sains good faith with
which 1 tin rtmuini I can be elected.
WILLIAM C. UANNA.
LH)R ASSEMBLY,
J? Ninth district (Ninth ward),
J. SOL1S R1TTERBAND.
1 ATEST NEWS BY TELEORAPH. THE FI LL OFKI.
JJ clal Return* of the Election will be announced this
evening at "llir.un'a", < 20 Broadway, whero a city telegraph
otiiee, connecting with uil the leading lines, lias recently been
esUldlshud. Messages delivered to all parts of the city in
fifteen minutes nt n 'rost of twenty cent* per ten words. Tho
opening of this olllce renders this fashionable Billiard, Hall
Sample Room, Wine and Cigar Store complete In every par
ticular.
VTTNTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT.
IN JOHN SAVAGE.
Card from Oeneral W. 8. Hlilyer.
To tbe Democracy of the Ninth Congressional district
161 Wkmt Forty- ninth stkkbt,)
New York, Nor. 1, 1S68. {
In order that tho domocraoy of this district may have the
opportunity tn mukc a united opposition to the election of the
candidate foisted upon them by ti corrupt bargain and against
their will I hereby with Iraw my n.im<< irom the list of candi
dates and recommend my frlen is to cast their rotes for the
lion. John Savage, a man In evory war worthy of yoitr suf
frage and a trim and tried Irlend of eonstltutloii il liberty.
WILLIAM S. HILLYER.
Regular tammany and mozart nominations.
For Member of Assembly.
Nineteenth Assembly district,
.)( >81 All PORTER.
Theodore F. Tone, Chairman, David S. Jackson, Secretary,
Tammany Convention ; Thomas Egau, Chairman Mozart
Convention. ,
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EGiiLAR UNION REPUBLICAN NOMINATION.
For member of Assembly, Eleventh district,
JOHN V. OKI OLE Y.
MARSHALL O. ROBERTS,
Chairman Nominating Committer.
C. C. Pxnckkbt, Secretary.
R
KUl'LAR UNION REPUBLICAN AND WORKING
man's Candidate.
For Conrrcss,
Fourth Congi ??gTonal district,
CHARLES V. LEWIS.
EOULAR DEMOCRATIC UNION NOMINATION.? FOR
< Supervisor, John W. ('hauler.
EOULAR DEMOCRATIC UNION
and People's nomination
lor Huuervisor,
John VYInthrop Chanter.
STATE OK NEW YORK,
orriox or tiif. Seobktart or Stat*,)
Af.liANY, August 1, I8IW. f
To tub SiiRntvF or tii* County or Nkw Youk:?
Slit Notice In hereby ulren that at the i General Election to
I c held In this State on the Tuesday succeeding the Ursi Mon
day of Norember next the following olilcers are to be elected,
to wit I
A Governor, In the place of Reuben E. Fenton.
A Lieutenant Governor, in tbo place of Stewart L. Wood
ford.
A ('anal Commissioner, in the placo of Robert C. Dorn.
An Inspector of State l'risons, In the place of Henry A.
Barnum.
A cierk of the Court of Appeals, in the place of Patrick
Henry Jones.
A Justice of the Supremo Court for the First Judicial dis
trict, In the place of t, Gorge G. Barnard.
All whose terms ot oltlee will expire oil the last day of De
cember next.
Thirty-three Electors of Prealdent and Vice President of
tbe United Stales.
A Kepr.-seulatire In the Forty-flrst Congress of tho United
States for the Fourth Congressional district, composed of tho
First ward (Including Governor's Inland), Second, Third,
Fouith, Fifth, Sixth and Eighth wards of tho city and county
of New York.
A Representative In the Forty-first Congress of the United
Slates for the Fl.th Congressional district, composed of the
S<- euth, Tenth, Thirteenth and Fourteenth ward* of tho city
and county of New York.
A Reprcsentatlrc in the Forty-first Congress of the United
Slates lor the Sixth Congress! jus! district, composed of the
Ninth, Fifteenth and Sixteenth wards of the city and county
of New York.
A Representative In llie Forty first Congress of the United
States for the Seventh Congressional district, composed of the
Kierentli and Seventeenth wards of the city and county of
New York.
A Representatl.e In tbe Forty-first Congress of the United
Ft .ites tor tbe Eighth Congressional district, composed of the
Eighteenth, Twentieth and Twenty-first ward! of the city and
couutv of New York.
A Kepresentallvn In the Forty-flrst Congress of tbe Umled
States, for the Ninth Coiigrex?|onal district, composed of the
Twelfth ward (Including Kaiidall's Island ami K urd's Island),
Nineteenth ward (Including Blackwell'e fsl.iudi and Twuuty
eecond ward of tho city and county of New York.
County olUcers als<> to be elected for aald county : ?
Tweuty-ong Members of Assembly.
A City Judge, In place of Abraham D. Russel.
A Register, In the place of Falriuk II. Jones, appointed In
the place of (diaries tj. ilalplnc, deceased.
Two Supervisors, in the placet of William M. Tweed and
Sheridan Shook.
All whose terms of office will expire on the laat day of De
cember next.
Respectfully yours,
H. A. NELSON, Secretary of State.
The regular democratic and the ORIT mo
xart and Constitutional I nlon nomination for the Twen
tieth Assembly District, Nineteenth ward,
DANIEL B. NORTHROP.
By order of the several Committer!.
Thirteenth ASSEMBLY DISTRICT, sixteenth
Ward.? For Member of Assembly, Alexander McLood.
JOHN i'lLLlS, President.
GFOttiiK W. Tyi.**, J secretaries
Thomas DusmoA,! secretaries.
*o*tMAnom-rom rWin
Bs,
8TH ASSEMHLY district.
The voters of this (the Eighth) district are hereby In
formed that I, MARTIN NACil I M ANN, am a candidate for
Member of Assembly for this (the Eighth i district, from sun
rise to sunset, under any and all circumstances, and my
friends are cautioned to beware of frail la that might be prac
Used against me. Once more, fellow cltiaens, and tbe victory
Is ours. MARTIN NAC1ITMANN.
IOTII ASSEMBLY DISTRICT, SIXTEENTH WARD. I
O take tbls method ol notify Inc my friends that I am an 1
In'end to remain a candidate fur the Legislature until sunset.
NRW Yiikk, Nov. ft, trie. ASA II EL K. HfcliKlCR.
ill ST ASSEMBLY DISTRICT.? FRIENDS OF JOHN W.
I Bennett will asse nble in their respective districts,
end raily for the champion of the peop.eP rights. A vote for
illtcbmau is a rote for Tweed ami the politicians.
LSUAIs NOTlim
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I I'REME COl'RT, COUNTY OF QUEENS.
i Summons for Re lef
? liarles A. Lester against Anna Louis* Lester, James L.
Smith and Maria Lou'.s* Smith, his wife; Ifenry K. Lester
ainl Mar j E., bis wife; Jonn C. De Fralne an t Josephine De
1 ralne, tils wife, an l William Bailey and Sarah Jane Bailey,
hi* w ife. -To the de.'eu lants above naiaed and saok of them I
Yon are hereby summoned and renulred to answer the com
plaint In this action, which was filed m the o?ce of tbe Clerk
of the county of unpens, at the village of Jamaica, on the istb
day of Octolier, left*, and |o seireacopr of y .<ur answer in
the said cnmplalnf on the subscribers at tlielr office. No. (I (sis)
Hanover street, In the c.ty of New \ ork, within twentr dars
after tbu service of Ibis summons oa you, eicluslre of the day
of such seivlce; snd If you tail to answer the said complaint
within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action will ap
ply to the court for the ullcf demanded In the complaint.
sell I N EM AN .1 rusl', F.alntifT's Attorney*.
Dated October 2*, 1(68.
ri7KM!T('HK.
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It SEK
EXTRA TELK .BAM TO-NIOUr,
A MAGNIFICENT ASSORTMENT or HOUSEHOLD
Furniture for sale (prut ?rty family tearing dlv.. Parlor
Suit, covered brocatel, cost |4M, for ItUJI one do. %it), Ete
geies Bookcase, Cuitalns, piano. ortu for cost If Stl;
Chamber. Dining hoom Furniture ; raiding*, Ac.; a *acrl
tee. ft'/ West yiiteenth itieet, near bixth avenue.
DEGRAAF A TAYLOR,
Wr.olesa!e and Retail,
17 and Bowery,
kare the largest assortment of
Ft R.MTl RE, MATTRESSES,
CARPETS AND OILCLOTHS
of any house In the cltjr, which they oiler to the retail trade
WHOLESALE PRICKS.
t\'A'.:Rf N WARD <t CO., MANl FACTURERS or
" liiiniture (eitabiUheil 18M), warehouses 7.i and "J
Spring stieet, corner of Crosby street.? -All the new styles for
tho Parlor, Ll.uary, Dialog and Chamber Bourns, In all the
native and foreign wood?; also enamelled Chamber Visits? a
gjeat variety.
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EXTRA TELEGRAM TO-vHiriT.
A T ORAM) Srp.EKT CIIKAP STORE.
J* W ? ?!' ? .? this u?. ib? cheapest Goods Jticwn slice the
commence [,i .if tue war.
Bonnet and Sash Ribbons, nearly half the co?t of Icif"'"
tlion.
.-T&
cheap.
Culore.l an l Mark Silk Velvet*. $1 5> per yarJ
Ful. line n! I'liisbes, evurv oo.ur, cheap.
Tweni* shilling Satins, both black and colored, *1 ?
per yard.
New Feather lMr.1* of Paradise, Flower*, Wreaths, Ac., Ac.
Novelties hi v. hlto .m l Colored Laoea, greatly re luced.
New Drcfi Trimmings au.l Print. ?.
Lot of Colored Silk Kiobou*, Velvet*, at 50 cents on the $1.
Yankee notion's, "corbbts. skirts.
Specialty .Leather Satchel*, every size, about one-third
be'uw lasi week's prices.
('neap Hosiery, lined and other Uloves, less than importer'*
cost.
Ail our KUI Cloves re luced in pikes.
We have bargain* In Under Shirts, Scarf*, Collar*,
* a'so^b line of gentlemen's hemmed Handkerchiefs, about
half regular prices. ......
Our department* are crowded with last wcok's purchase#
at the various auction sales.
EDWARD RIDLEY,
809, 311, 311^ Orand ; >>fi. lid and 70 Allen .'.rert,
fifth block cast from the t.ow. ry.
AT
T ORAND STREET CHEAP STORK.
HAT DEPARTMENT.
Everything new and desirable for Infants, ladles, misses
and hoys.
Largest and cbeape*t slock In thi* city to (elect from
without exception.
Bargains in Wove nnd Knitted Worsted Ooo Is.
EDWARD RIDLEY,
809, 311, 311,1$ Orand ; rin, 68 and TO Alien street,
fifth block cast from the Bowery.
Beware op poisonous sewing silk ?ask for
India Silk aid tako no other; safe, reliable, hand ol
machine. S<>' I bv all respectable dealers; wholesale at 4-11
Broome street.
pAltPF.TS AND F1RNITURK.? HOUSEKEEPERS SUP,
\ ' piled with Carpets, Furniture, Bedding, *c., on ca*y
terms; monthly payments taken ; ureal chance for hoiise
keenors. L>. KELLY A CO., corner 26th St. and 6lh tr,
/IHARLoTTi: O. SMITH HAS OPENED AN ELEOAN1
HKsortment of Kali ami Wlcter Cloaks, In velvet, silk and
cloth, ut 1,169 Hruadway, tlilr.l door below Twenty-eighth at.
CHARLOTTE O. .SMITH HAS OPENED AN ELECANl
essortracnt of Opera, Reception and Carriage Clonks, In
all colors; also Opera Sanities au l Jackets, l,ld? Broadway,
near Twenty-eighth street.
f 1ARPETS AND FURNITURE.- -ORKAT CLEARING OU1
\ *ale? $?60.00(1 worth on easy terms, monthly payments
taken, at (.KEEN ,V CO.'S, corner Twentieth street an*
Eighth avenue.
I|U)R SALE? SEVERAL VERY ELEGANT DRESSES.
Ac., being the wardrobe of a lady guina into mourning;
the dresses wuro all made In Paris very recently and hav<
never been worn. App y at 223 West Seventeenth *trcet fol
three day*, from 11 to 3 o'clock.
/ 1REAT BAROAINB IN
VT Laoo Goods, Embroideries,
Silks, Satins, velvets. Ribbons,
Dress and Cloak Trimmings,
on account of closing tho business.
The Lease of building lor sale or the Store to let.
W. EMBE8Q.N, 811 Broadway.
OOP SKIRTS,
Corsets,
Mreai-t Protectors,
Bustle,
Hoop Skirt* and Corsets made to order,
Hoop Skirt Materials at wholesale,
THE GREAT AMERICAN HOOP SKIRT COMPANY,
2113 and 23A Hudson street, near Canal street.
H
M.
A. DOUGLASS,
Having return*.! from Paris, ha* now open an elogant and
extensive assortment of
COSTUMES,
CLOAKS,
TRIMMINGS,
LACES, A(l., *0.
13 East Seventeenth atreet, between Broadway and Fifth
avenun.
Madame iiarris, no. 7 biievoort place, hay
trig returned from Paris, begs to offer a fml assortment
ot' Ball and Evening Urease*, Reception Robe* and Bridal
Trousseaux, (elected by l.erseif with the greatest caro. Her
Dressmaking Department is supervised by herself, and lief
patrons may rely upon liavlng their dresie* modelled front tilt
most recent Parisian styles.
rpo MILLINERS AND COUNTRY STOREKEEPERS.
At Orand street ("heap Store,
JOlt LOTS FROM AUCTION TO DAY.
Cheap Fi athers, Flowers. Ribbons, Velvets and 8 itlna.
We cut lengths at piece prices.
EDWARD RIDLEY,
3*'. nil, S11J4 Orand, M, ti8 and 70 Allen street,
Fifth block coat from Bowery.
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MME. IMOGENE WALTON, 6*9 BROADWAY, I *
porter of tine Flower*, Bridal Wreath*, Bonnet*, Round
Hal*, Ac.
MME. R. HE WAIBEL-MME. RUHLVKYER, SUPER,
mfendent? has received from 1'arla, by the hut (learner.
a beautiful ?election of Winter llonneU, (Taps, itc., ?< also
the luteal styles of Walk in*, Visiting and Hail Dress es.
which will tie opened on Wednesday, November 4, at No. ft
Clinton place.
MOl'SHS, ROOMS, 4c C., WANTED. "
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A FURNISHED ROOM WANTED- FOR ABOUT *5 1'F.lt
week, van and lire In tlM evening Inclu led. A'l lrru .Stu
dent, 3J East Twentieth street.
VARNISHED ROOM WANTED? BY A GENTLEMAN,
V between Twenty-third and Thirty-mlrd alre'di and Fourtk
and F I Itii a Ten net. Address, staling terms, C.-E. IS., H.vald
olUoe.
FllRNISHKD BOOM WANTED -WITH FfRK, OAS
and water, In private houae, not above Twelfth street,
by a young mm. Must re fercuces. Address, stating prick
W. M., Herald o.'tlce.
HOUSE WANTED BROOKLYN? SMALL HOUSE,
good location and In good order, on or near line Gate*
avenue car* preferred, for a family of tliree persons. Ad.
dreia, stating rent, Ac., W. L. lieunedy, 2J Broad street, New
York.
WANTF.D-A FURNISHED REDROoM, BY A TOUNO
M gentleman, In a private family. Address, stating num
ber In tamlly and terms, Raymond, Herald oaice.
WANTKD? AN INFlRNISHRD HOUSE, BETWEEN
Eighth and Thirtieth aired* and Fourth and Sixth are.
nnei: rent not to exceed 2, nut). Additia Mrs. L. Rosea*
tlml, Brooklyn l'< >pt otLce.
WANTED A SMALL COTTAGE, WITHIN AN HOUR'S
if ride of the city. Rent not to exceed $tS0 |i?r year.
Address box 6,'tV Post office.
11^ ANTED A FURNISHED HOUSE. LOCATION MUST
11 l.o above Fourlenuth and he! >w fhlrly ifih atreet. ba
tween Third an 1 Sl?th avenue*. Addr?sa, stating terma aud
full particulars, House, box 184 Hera.d oflice.
W ANTED. -THREE OR FOUR FURNISHED ROOM*
11 1% lioiiaekeeplng, a family of three adults; rent not
to uicee l I'm pel month. R> feroni es exchange d. Addrasa,
wltli particulars, A. O., Herald oiUce.
WANTED-TWO OR THREE UNFURNISHED ROOMS,
11' for housekeeping, by a young couple without ??htl Iren;
rent must be mode' ate. Address A. A. A., caro Van Zandt
Bros., W Broadway.
II' ANTED -A STORE AND BASEMKNT IN OR NEAR
11 Hroa iway, down town; or would purtjhaae Fixture*
and Suck If suitable. Addreas Business, box 1M Herald
?flee. *
WANTED -A HMALL HOUSE OR FA RTOF A HOUSE
It In Ninth or Fifteemli ward; re'il moderate . Rood
neighborhood. Address, stating particulars, W.t atatlon A,
.- 1? : in : Hreat.
WANTED TO RENT? THREE STORY AND BASK
11 ment Houaa, with mode-n Improvement*, between
Twelfth nnd Thirtieth street*. Addrcj*, atatlng terms, F. D.,
174 Thompson street.
BILLIARD*. ^
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EXTRA TELEORAM TO NIGHT.
rr?E ADVERTISER WILL PAT TO A COMPETENT.
A lirat el.isa Millard player a liberal sua for one hundred
soleiitllln ilallv iea? ina of one hour each. Address It. S. War.
rsn, Herald oitee. .
?ir II. GRIFFITH 0FFEE8 FOB HALF. A FINE STOCK
rT , oi nen and *econd hand raises at reasonable prices.
Table* cut down an I repaired. Call an I examine be ore yo#
bur the different makers' patent humbug etMlllOUaad tablea.
Wareroom* 1M Fulton street ; lactorv lvJ.
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AT !>8 SIXTH AVENUF -LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,
tf you wiah to raeeiro the highest caah price for your
cast olt iMothlnj, Carpets, Furniture, Jewelrv, A '., the oe*4
yon eando Is to call on or lend a note to M. NARKS, ;? Htxtn
avenue. Ladles attended by Mr*. H trkt. line, you will b?
dealt with to your satisfaction and benuSt.
AT 1W THIRD AVENUE? LADIKS AND GENTLEMEN
receive the htglieat price* for cast otl t 'loth log, Kurni
tore and t'arpeta. Call or addrtss S. MISH. Lad.es at*
tended by Mr*. Mlsh.
Attention -ladies and i.rntlemrn tan re
celve the l ull valuo In cash for t'ait oil t 'lothing, Car
pets, Ac., by calling on or addrewtng Kdwsrd Miller, IMSer
wntli aveiiun, near Nlnsteenth street.
ATTENTION.-LADIRE AND oebtlrmbn CAN KE
I cell- the full value for their Cut oil Clothing, Carp?t?,
Ac., by calling on or addressing M. t'OHN, S?vl Sorentb avenue,
l*J doors below Thirty fourth rtreet, west slds. La lies st
tended by Ms'. Cuhn.
Tf H. M ANNE'S^ Sl.VKN fH AVI-fNl H, NEAR
^'V Twsnt) seventh atreet, ladlus nnd iteritlemen wi I receive
a fair price f(,r cait off Clothing, Carpets, ic., by calling or
addressing a< above. _____
AHHT ni BROADWAY^ NKAR THIK^ h>TU STREET?
L. CASH It! RO pays the high"! price tor ladles ami
gentlemen'* Wearing A j'pare, Dta-" 'ltd* an I Jew?lry. l.a*
die* waited npon by Mia. Cuhb"r?. nimrira
f ADIFS ANDTjENTLRM KN I IN OF. I rjHE BIOHBBt
J J price for their Caai t?ir flothlrf, Furniture, Carpet*, t. by
caMInx on or addressing II. or Mn. K ALWH, lit Seventh av,

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