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** HI II ?!????? 1 l| ? I ... . ' ? . ' ?? ..I ... .1 I ....II ,*t"~ I I >s- I . I ? .. fc. ^ ?? ' I III ?ll W1I0LE NO. 13,191. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1872.-TRIPLE SHEET. PRICE FOUR CENTS" MECTOBT FOR ADVERTISERS. AMUSSM KNT*-Eiuhth Page? Fourth, fifth and sixth ?T column*. ASTROLOGY? Eighth Page? Third column. BILLIARDS? Eighth Paue? Fourth column. BOABDKRS WANTKD? Second Pack? First, second nd i third columns. BOARD AND LODGING WASTED? 8ecowd Paob? Third BROOKLYN BOARD ? Srcobd PACB-Third column. BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE FOR BALE ? Shcobo Face Fonrth and fifth column*. _ . INKHrt OPPORTUNITIES? Second Paq?? Sixth col ?usiKsSs notices? setbxth faob-smj Mtaa* OITT REAL E8TATE FOR KALE-HMO* D Pau?? Fourth CLERKS "and SALESMEN? Bibtbktb Pao?? Fifth flLOTMIMO? Eiohth Page? Fourth column. OOAOHtl EN AND GARDENERS? Elbtxkth Pack? Fifth i Mid stxtb columns _ . COAST W1SR STEAMSHIPS? Twbioth Paob? Sixth col j uma. OOFAUTN BRSHIP8 ? Firfa Page? Pourth column. COUNTRY BOARD? Sbcond Pauk? Fourth column. DANCING ACADEMIES? Eighth Pag*? Filth ooiumn. pBMTISTHY? Eighth Paue? Fourth column. DRY OOODH ? First Pagb? Sixth column. _ ... DWBLMNO HOUSES TO LET, FURNISHED AND UN FURNISHED? TwkLrtH Pack? Second and third column!). EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS? TwsirrB PAOB-Fifth and sixth columns. FINANCIAL ? Firrn PAOB-Fourth column. FINB ARTS? Eiohth FAO?-*hird column. FOR 8 ALB? Twelfth PAOB-Fourfh and Hfth Columns. FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LEt? IteiiRi Paok? Third and fourth Columns. F UBNITURR? Twelfth Pack? Sixth column. FRENCH! 4DVBRTIBMENT8 ? Twiinu Pagb? First col BBL^WANTBD? FEMALES? Elbtbhth Pagb? Fourth BBL^WANTBD? MALES? Elbtrnth Pacb-SIxUi col Uian, anil Twelfth Pauk? First column. HORSES, CARRIAGES, AC. ? First Pauk? Second, third and fourth columns. IlOTBLh? Second I'aox? Fourth column. HORSES, ROOMS, AC., WANTED? Eiohth Paob? First column. Instruction-First Paob-six?i column. LOAN OFFICES? First Paob? Sixth column. LOST AND FOUND? First Paok? First column. MACHINERY? Eiohth Page? Third column. MARBLE MANTELS-First PAUK-Fiith colomn. MRDIOAL? Second Paok? Sixth column. MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING? Vltm PACK? Sixth column. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS? Tbnth Pacb Sixth column. MISCELLANEOUS? Eighth Pagb? Third column. M USICAl. ? Eighth Paob? Filth column. PBBSONAL? First Pagb? First column. PIANOFORTES? Eighth Pagb? Fourth column. POLITICAL? First Paob? Fifth column. POST OFFICE NOTICE? First PAGE-Flfth column. PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE3 Elbtuntii Paob? Third column. FBOPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOB 8 ALB OB TO V RENT? Mbcond Page? Fifth column. BBAL ESTATB TO BXCHANGK-Sxcomd PAOB-Fifth column. BBALBSTATB WANTED? Sbcond PAOB-Fifth and sixth columns. REWARDS? First Paob? First column. SALES AT AUCTION? Eighth Paok? Second and third columns. SITUATIONS WANTED? FEMALES? Nurni PAOB-Flrst. second, third, fourth, fifth and sixth columns and Eleventh Pagb? First second and third columns. SITUATIONS WANTED? MALES ? Elbtexth Pagb Fourth and filth columns. SPECIAL NOTICES? First Paob? Second column. POBTINO? DOGS, BIRDS, AC.-First PAGB-Second column. 8TOBAGE? Eighth Paob? Third column. THB TRADES?' Twelfth Paob? First column. THE TURF? First Pagb? First and second columns. TO LET FOB BUSINESS PURPOSES? Twbmth Pagb Second column. TRAVELLERS' GUIDE? Twelfth Paob? Sixth column. UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? Twelfth Paob? Fourth column. WANTED TO PURCHASE-First Paob? Fifth column. WATCHES, JEWELRY, AC.? Eighth PAGB-Thlrd col umn. WBflTC HESTER COUNTT PROPERTY FOR BALB OB _ TO LET? Second Page? Filth column. tAOHTS, STEAMBOATS, AC.? First Paor? Fifth column. MBBAI-P BRANCH OPglC^UPTOWW A DVERTHEMENTC FOR TUB NEW YORK HERALD KEC RIVED AT THE BRANCH OFFIO \ 1,266 BROADWAY, WEST SIDE, BETWEEN THIRTY-FIRST AND TniRTY SECOND STREETS. ADVERTISEMENTS ARE RECEIVED FROM 8 A. X. TILL ? P. M. ON WEEK DAYS (SUNDAYS I TILL 9 P. M.) AT OFFICE RATES. NO EXTRA CHARGE OF ANY KIND. " PERSON A li . DA OLKVELAND.-WHY DON'T YOU WRITE TO L your two frlendsT 5,000. C1AR OFF-FoURTH AVENUE, MONDAY EVENING.? J Party opposite two would like acquaintances. Ad dress TKAVELLING BAO, Herald office. T If FORMATION WANTED-OF JOHN P. KENNEDY. J. late of Laurel 11111, by his wldowod mother; when last Keard from was In Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Mrs. KENNEDY, Laurel Hill Calvary Cemetery. SNFORMATION WANTED-OF DENI8 M'NAMARA, from county Clare, who came tothl* country about /ears ago ; when laht heard irom ho was In Pennsyl vania. Any Intormatlou ot him will bu thankfully re ceived by his brother MARTIN McNAMARA, In carc of Patrick Maloney, *42 Westrtevcntccnth street, New York. IS.? OALL AT T1IB HOUSE. YOU CAN HAVE YOUR ? things this Wednesday. L? WILL BE IN" FIFTEENTH STREET TO-DAY, . Wednesday, at 12. HALE OOHMBIA. Little phill-carrie iias left us. the mon ey came too late ; her last words were tor her Pblil. AY LAWRENCE-BE AT BRANDRF.TH HOUSE from II till i o'clock to-day (Wedncnlay), and "rap on the wall." PHILADELPHIA. _ MRS. J. LOVE, FROM CHICAOO, WOULD LIKE TO see her friend* at Northern Hotel.? Walter Trerlll, of Globe Theatre, please call. Mary Nathalie b , madison avenue. Send number of residence to school friend. Address J. R. B.. box 187 Herald office. t'fllALL AND FAIR. "-YESTERDAY MORNING IN X tl>e ram. Will you trust me with your name? I think you know mine. CIGARETTE, Herald office. "\JLT ANTED? TO KNOW THE WHEREABOUTS OF DON tt Fernando Velarde, to commnnicate something of interest. Address F. J. C., lis Broadway, room 19. M LOST AND FOUND. T OST-MONDAY AFTERNOON. OOINO FROM WIL lj Uamsburg to New York, uptown, a stone Cameo Bleesre Button : black ground, with deer's head In white. The flndrr will receive a suitable reward by leaving It at Adams A Co.'*. 825 Broadway. T OST? BKTWREN NINETEENTH AND FOURTEENTH Jj streots, Broadway, a pair of Gold Glauses, in a dark leather oa*e. A suitable reward given if returned to 00$ Fifth avenue. L08T-0N MONDAY NIGHT, SEPTEMBER 80. BE tween Fifth Avenue Theatre and corner of Fltteenth afreet and Filth avenue, a Gilt and Blftok Fan. The finder can kindly communicate with box 4,rtrt0 Pout office and will greatly oblige a lady who has lout a valued sou venir. Ample reward. J08T-0N OCTOBER 1. A LADY'S OENAVA GOLD J Watch, No. 17,998, on the way to Broadway through arrow, Bedford and Spring streets. A suitable reward Will oe given by returning it to NICHOLLS, BURTNETT A CO., 177 Broadway. L08T? BETWEEN 41 WEST TWENTY-BIXTII STREET and 740 Broadway, a Guff Button, the doslgn a oupld's head on porclaln, set In Roman gold ; the tinder will lie rewarded by leaving tt at 41 West Twenty-stxth atruet. _ Lost. -if ihe gentleman who picked up a Pocketbook on Monday, the SOth, between 18 and 3 p'olook, in a Twenty-third street stage, will return the two Pictures and Papers and Card with marriage on he will be welcome to Uie money. 133 West Fifteenth street. LOST-IN BROOKLYN, OR A FOURTH AVENUE avenue car, New York, a small gold Brooch, with a tur quoise centre. Please return to 77 University place and receivo a suitable reward. T OST? EITHKB IN BROADWAY, BETWEEN TENTH JJ and Twelfth streets, or In leaving a Firth avenue stage at Twenty-ninth street, 21 yards of black Guipure Laee. The Under will be liberally rewarded on returning It to No. 6 EastTwenty-ninth street Lost-bank book no. 96,8so of grfenwich Savings Rank. Return same to bank, coruer Sixth ?venue and Waverley place. L08T-A BLACK Al*D TAN SLUT, ANSWERING TO Iho naine of Nellie. A liberal reward will be paid by returning her to 180 East Thirty second street. Lost? a coral necklace, with cross at tached, marked Pink A Andy, coming from Court ?treat Brooklyn, to Forty-fifth street. New York cttv. The finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving it at si) Cedar street. J. DUNNING. REWAHDS. BTEPTIVR OF TEN YEARS' EXPERIENCE 3F.RKS employment in some firm or bank; highest refer ences, and "moderate remuneration for services. Address fcXPKIlUCNCK ,box I4A Herald Uptown Branch office An RF.WARD.? LOST. ON MONDAY LAST, BKTWRRN Williamsburg and Bowling Green, Gold Ring, in itial D on oval stone. Finder will receive above reward by leaving same at Firemen's Fund Insurance Company, 147 Broadway. _____ REWARD FOR A BOX OF STONECUTTER'S >J Tools, taken from corner of 123d street and Second avcuue on Monday, at 4 10 P. M. TfiOMAH KKLLY, 1,1. v, Second a venue. _ REWARD.? LOST ON OR ABOUT SF.PTF.M ?p LV ber 6, at Firth Avenue Hotel, a torioiseshel! Necklace and Locket ; monogram In locket E. B. L. Tho Untler will receive the above reward ou reluming them lo office of Filth Avenue Hotel. Al flftH REWARD WILL BR PAID FOR ?ipJL.UVMJ the return of Urn Bonds, Mortgages And Tapers taken from the residence of Jolir Eosall, Bergen county, N. J., and no quas Muiis asked; or $'<00 for socn information as will lean to the recovery ot said property. Apply to A. gCHUY LICK BOYD, 69 Washington street, Hoboken. DF.THOTIVRR.-UNITKD STATES DETBOTIVR Agancy. n R?mmn street, inrntsii operative* tor all kim'a oi detective bu>lu'j*?. All buvuers etriHlv coa fidenuai. SPECIAL IOTICMI. PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY. GRAND Oirr OOKOKKT. OIKT MONBY ALL UP. $800,000 IX BANK TO FAY PRIZES. Coucort^nd^ Drawing, DKCKMRBR ?! Sicipftt r KCRMBKR ' DECEMBER ! DECENBKK 1 DECEMBER 1 DKORMBRR DBOEMBER I .. DECEMBER I. On that day and no other the drawing will positively and unequivocally coma off In the great haU of the ratio Library Building, brftantng at preciaely fix o'clock A. M.,and continue until the whole of the one thousand gins are awarded. The ptjment of the girt* will begin the third day alter the drawing, and con tinue aix month*, in current And*, bv the Parmer* and Drovere' Bank, or by eight draft upon the Fourth National Bank, New York, at jhe optiou qjrthe girt tleket holder*. One Grand Gift, Cash $100,000 One Orand <>irt, Cash 80,000 4 Oaah Olfta. ? U Oa*h Olito. . . 20 Cash Glita ? II Oaah GUI*.... it Cash Gifts.... M Oaah Gift*, . . . 46 Caah Gifts #0 Caah Gilta... . W Oa*h Gilta.... 100 Cash Gifts.... 4U Oaah Gltta..., Oaah Gift $M,000 Oaah Girt 20,06$ Caah Gift 1M00 Uash Gift 10,000 Caah Gilt 9,uu0 Cash Girt 8,000 1 Caah Gift 7,000 1 Cash Gltt 0,000 1 Oaih Girt S.uOO 1 Oaah Gin i.ooo 1 Oaah Qift B.oio Total, 1,000 Olfta, aU 0?sh. . PRICE OF TICKETS. Whole ticket*. $10; halve% $8: quarters, $2 80; 11 whole tickets fof 9100: M for $206; 86 for $800; 113 lor $1,000; 286 lor $2,500; 675 for $fl,UW). No discount on lew than $100 worth of tickets at a lime. The money necessary to pay In fall all the offered Rifle I* now upon deposit In the Farmer* and Drovere' Rank, a* will do seen by the following certificate of the oaahler Fabmxm' ami) Drovxu' Rah*, ) Lovmviixr, Ky., Sept. 26, 1R72. I This 1a to certify that there la now on deposit in this bank over half a million or dollars lo the credit of the (Jltt Conoort Fund, $800,000 of which 1* held by this Bank as Treasurer of the Public Library of Keatucky, to pay off all gilts to be awarded at lae drawing. R. H. VKKOH, Oashicr. The drawing will be pubMahed lu the Louisville paper* and New York Hera.d, and otBulal copies mailed to all partie*outofXjOulsvlllo to whom tickets heve been sent by letter. THOMAS E. BRAMI.ETTE, Agent Publio Library Kentucky, Public Library Build ing, Louisville, Ky. For tickets or olrculara apply to Branch office. In charge of Major TU09. 11. II AYS, 600 Broadway, New York. Tickets can also be found with John T. Edna, 16 Broad street; P. C. J>ev1ln, SI Nassau street; J. Scott Gibson, 362 Broadway; George T. Ktniner, 86 Spring street; Jos. Bates, 196 Broadway. A. DARIUS, SOLE AGENT OF1 ROYAL HAVANA Lottery, 865 Broad war ; Pott office box 4,909 New York. Prizes cashed and information tarnished In all legal lotteries. Bend for circular. A -HERALD BRANCH OPFICE, BROOKLYN. ? corner of Fulton avenue and Roerum (treat, Open th>m 8 A. If . to 8 P. M. j on Sunday from 3 to 8 P. M. A? ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY PRICES REDUCED. . J. B. MARTINEZ A CO., Banker*, 10 Wall street, box 4.686 Pout office, New York. ?A.? MONEY LOANED ON LIFE INSURANCE ? Policies and other Seeurltle* at 87 Liberty street. A -*30,000 FOR $10.? KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY, ? every day; Havana Lottery at reduced prices. Bend for circular, JOSEPH BATES, Agent, 496 Broadway, room A Banning truss and brack company. New and Improved self-adjusting, non-friction Brace Truss, Abdominal and Spinal Shoulder Braces and other surgical adjunct* for salt aid applied at 513 Broadway. DEPATMENT 07 FINANCE, BUREAU OF THE RE celver of Taxes, Court House, Park, 32 Chamber* st. Sun. 80, 1*72. Notice to Timnw.? The books for taxes on personal property and hank stock will be opened for payment at this office on Mouday next, October 7, 1872. Doe notice will be given when the books for real esta1' are ready. MARTIN T. McMAHON, Receiver. DIVORCES-ABSOLUTE DIVORCES OBTAINED without publicity. Apply personally or by letter to A. B. ACKERMAN, Law Office, No. T Murray street Con sultation fee j3. FLORIDA HUNTING AND FISHING Tit TP. ? 0 W JTTLE r men desiring to accompany a select party for a winter's health and pleasure in Florida, at a light ex pense, address HAMMON, 77 Broad street. LOANBRS' BANK, NEW YORK, SEPTEMBER 26. 1872 ? The annual election of Directors of this Bank will be held at the banking hon^o 22 Nassau street, on Tues day, the 8ih day of October next, between the hours of 1 and 2 o'clock P. 5L DORR RUSSELL, President. ErOTIOK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT MB. S. J. I Anderson, who tor some months had charge at our venteenth street office. U no longer In our employ. H. II. LUDLOW A CO., No. S Pine street, Octobbr 1, 1872. 86 East Seventeenth street N LAST TTH'RSDAY EVFNI NO AS UMPTUOU8 KN tertalnment wan given by Mr. OrHlllh Thomas, at tho Grand View Hotel, Pelham Bridge, kept by Blizzard A Ma li ony, and on this occasion, as on ftllouiers, his generosity was boundless, and the whole affair wax the most brlllln nt we ever wltmsied In Westchester county; 14" variegated lanterns Illuminated the arched platform of the ho:ei, on which the guests assembled, and, while the New Rochellu Braes Band filled the air with ilellghttul musio, magnifi cent fireworks wero set off In front of the balcouv, where his lovely wife and her lady friends were seated. Tim supper was delicious, the table was splendidly arranged and elegantly decorated with choice flowers. But its chief ornament was Mrs. Thomas, In her surpassing beauty, void of that haughty consciousness that is ropain ftilly perceptible in Nature's favorites, reminding us of Raphael's Madonna. Mr. Thomas is a very wealthy gen tleman, and, being one nf Nature's noblemen, the wealth could not have fallen into better hands. Ills sole happi ness appears to be centred In making otners happv, and his kind deeds will be remembered long after he has joined his loved ones, gone before him to a happier land than this. 0 FFI0IAL DRAWINOS KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERIES. KXWTDCKT? HXIBA CLASS NO. 6G7? OCTOBBR 1, 1872. 2, 46. 40. IS, 60. 72. 88, 28, 27, 56, 24, 22. KBMTVCXY? CLASS NO. 668 ? OCTOBER 1, 1871. 45, 26, 83. 69. 18, 63. 70, 38, 44, 15, 28, 44. 23. SIMMONS A CO., Managers, Covington, Kv. SHBI.RT COLLEGE? BXTBA CLASS HO. 21? OCTOBKB I, 1872. 66. 74, 76, 10, 36. 1, 69, 66, 18, 7, 38, SI. SIlKLIir COt.LFCB ? CLASH BO. 22? O0TOBBB 1, 187* 67, 73, 42, 87. .14, 18, 62, 28, 64, 12, 72, 60, >1. SMITH A CO., Managers, Covington, Ky. Address J. CLUTE, Broker, 206 Broadway; I'ost office box 4.969. OFFICIAL DRAWINOS ROYAL HAVANA AND Kentucky State Lotteries always on file. J. CLUTE, Broker, 206 Broadway, 163 Fulton street and No. 2 Park row. Post office box 4,909. OYAL SAXON GOVERNMENT LOTTERY AT LEIP slc, Germany.? Filth drawing, with (3,000 tickets and 84,000 prizes, of which one prtxe of 100,000, one of 1UO.OOO, one of 80.1)00, one of 60,100, one of 40,000, one of 30,000 Prussian tnalers. commences September 24, ends October 12, 1871 Royal Havana Lottery prizes cashed and Information given. THEODOR ZSCHOCII, Post office box 6,090. 116 Nassau street. STRASBURGBR A PFEIFFHR, Importers, 894 Broadway, 394 between Walker and White street", beg to call tiio attention of the trade to their most com plete assortment of New Toys, Fancy Goods, China. Bohemian Glass and Lava Wares, Accordions, Concertinas, Harmonicas, Musical Boxes, Beads, Masks and Druggists' Sundries, Ac., Ac., Ac. The most extensive stock of any establishment In this line, which they are^jfferlnrt on the most favorable terms. SreAMMBRUTO.? IfKWYOltK STAMMERING INSTI 5 tute (established lt?7W, 107 West Twenty-third street. References tliat will satisfy tho most skeptical. No pay for board or services until cured. THE AMERICAN BIBLE UNION WILL HOLD ITS anniversary In the Mariners' Temple, corner <>r Oli ver and llenrv street*, on Wednesday, October 2. Meet ings halt-past 10 A. M., 3 P. M. and halt-past 7 I'. M. Busi ness meeting half-past 9 A. M. Distinguished speakers engaged. rrto NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS AND TYPE KOUND X ers.? Wanted to oxchange, (lrst class Elizabeth Keel Estate tor Newspaper ami Job Offico Outfit. Address im mediately ALPHA, Elizabeth, N. J. d>rQQ KQO IS DRAWN DAILY IN THE LEGAL Ixad Kentucky State Lottery; SlOO.rMO was drawn In Royal Huvnna Lottery of Cuba. September 19. Addrest BALKY A CO. (office established 30 years), 174 Broadway. RPORTIN O-DOGS, HillDs, w . A? FOK SALE. ALL KINDS OF FANCY DOOM, ? Birds, AC. Medicines for all diseases; prepared Food lor mocking birds, at B. O. DOVEY'8, No. .1 Greene street, near Canal. For svle-a william greener double Gun. iii splendid order ; length of barrel SOU inches, 10 gauge, weight 8 lbs. Inquire of GEORGE HAYDEN, Oun Maker, 14:1 Fulton sir.'et between Broadway and Nassau st reef. FOP. MLS? A BOOTH AMERICAN PARROT; IS RE marlutblo I'ur Its beauty and Intellect; cause for sell ing, parties going abroad. Call at 168 West Twenty -sixth street For sale-fine English (WKsley richards-) Double Gun; 12-bore, 30 Inch barrels; 8 pounds 2 ounces; laminated steel : used one season , price $76 this dav. Apply ut Engineer's office, 61 MuBgoiuery street, Jersey City. _ ?PIOEON SHOOTING OCTOBER 14; HAN FU. is elos read. (ft ffGA ?PIOEON SHOOTING OCTOBER 14; HAN dl< ap ponr; three prizes; Long Itland rules. Entries close October 10 at HALL'S Hotel, Coney Island OR SALE-SUBSCRIBER'S BOX STALL AT FLEET wood I'urk. Address box 3,036 Post office. fHH^ TlllF. B FLEETWOOD ASSOCIATION.? IfOTIC*.? IN CASE of postponement on account of had wnather notico will he posted on Herald Bulletin and ?t Johnson's Jockey Club Restaurant, corner Broadway and Tweniy-elghtn street. W*T H. VAN con , superintendent F HALL'S DRIVIKO PARK, CONEY ISLAND ROa6.? The following purses will be offered Ootober 21 to 8S inclusive. Entries close Oc loher 1 1 ? 8}i)>) fori :31 class. I $ too for 2 :41 class % 00 for 2 :29 class. |-"00 for 2:44 class. ' ?.'4*1 for 2 -.'ii class. fU'6 tor 2:48 class $.100 l8rtsS7 case. I $1-8 tbr 6 minutes, ISOO tor double teams never l>eat l :4a ?300 for double teams, free for all. Horse fair at hali/h driving park. Coney Island road? For the exhibition ami 'ale or Horses, October H, 9, 10 and 11 Auction sale* und ex hibition* or speed daily ou the track. Tim TPEf. FLEETWOOD AMMUnOlT X' Morrt?anta, Westchester county. W. Y. AUTUMN MEETING, iSHL COMMENCING TUESDAY, OCTOBBB L _ SECOND DAY ? THUBBDAi, OCTOBER H. 2 ^J?aK No. 3? *1,900, for horses that have never beaten D. Him enter* r. g. Walter. J. H. Phillips enure gr. g. Jack Draper W. E. Week* enters blk. g. Eight Belli. J* me* McKee enter* b. m. Yoiim Thorn. Henry Newland enter* br. *. fa. furnbaU. M. Carroll eaten br. *. Jubilee Lambert Peas* Ala i? *2,000, tor horae* that bare oarer beaten 3 M. John Lorett enter* br. ?. Toooc Bruno. Daniel Jenkln* enter* g. *. Jo* wtwu. A. E. Hopkins enter* b. g. Comet. J. W. Hrlgg* enter* Ik at. Uv Hoe*. M. Boden enter* b. g. Castle Boy. 1>. Pnftr enter* oh. m. Grace Bertram. % . H. Bor*t enter* b. g. Ed. Poeter. J. J. Bowen enter* g. g. Ben Flagler. P. Manee enter* g. g. St. Elmo. W. H. Jarvl* enter* g. g. Doubtful. Lon Morri* enters b. m. Nettle Morris. THIRD DAY-FBWAY. OCTOBER 4. Puree No. 6? 11,380, for boree* that have never beaten 2 138. Alden Goldsmith enter* b. g. Qloater. John Lorett enter* b. m. Uaaelle. P. Hadden enter* b. in. Lady Annie. A. Patterson enter* a m. Alice Brown. Win. McMahon enter* blk g. Billy Dawes. J. H. Phillips enters b. in. Fanny Osboin. t Daniel* enter* b. g. Crown Prince. . Wellington enter* br. g, Wellington. . B. Weeks enter* b. in. Stule Clay. James Dougrey, Jr., enter* b. g Jokor. Punas No. S-44.00U, for horses that have never beaten 2:23. John Lorett enter* b. m. Lnlo. D. Macc enters oh. g. Juilae PuK B. Daniel* enters ch. g. W. B. Whitcman. D. Macc enters oh. g. Judge Kullarton. B. Daniels enters en. a. W. B. Whitcma W. B. Smith enter* bit. ?. Thomas Jeflbr*ot?. X. Roden enters ch. jr. Triumph (formerly Joe). J. J. Bowen enters blk. ft. Camera. P. Manee enters b. *. W. II. Allen. FOURTH DAY-MONDAY. October 7. Ptrasi: No. 7? $2,000, for horse* that hare never beaten 2:31. Edwin Thorn enters b. m. Enigma. John Lorett enters b. m. Gaselle. Daniel Jenkeus enters ?r. a Joe Brown. J. II. Phillip* enter* ch. m. Fanny Kern. J. D. Walton enters It. g. Kansas Chief. M. Roden enters gr. in. Ueatherbloom. W. Wellington enters br. g. Wellington. James McKee enter* b ni. Young Thorn. J. J. Bowen enter* b. g. Coiuee. J. N. Woodward enters b. in. Belle Brandon, lormerly Belle ot Attleboro. P. Manee enters b. m. Mary A. Whitney. M. W. Olcott enters blk. g. Contraband. Hcnrv Newland enters br. a. Win. Tumbnll. M. Carroll outer* br. f. Jubilee Lambert Pcrsi No.8-?S,000; free for all; $3, BOO additional to any horse beating 2 :17. D. Mace enters br. g. George Palmer. B. Maee enters b. m. American Girl. W. n. Doble enters b. in. Rosalind. Races commence each day at 2 o'clock. Admission to frnnd stand and field, $3. Badges to olnb house, endorsed y a member. $6. Horse cars leave Harlem Bridge eaeh day of the races every ten minutes, direct for the I'ark. Trains leave Forty-second street depot at 11:40 A. M. and 1 P. M. ? ? O. n. VAN NESS, President Wit. H. Vi? Corr. Superintendent. XTEW YORK AND HARLRto RAILROAD. IN JEROME PARK RACES. OCTOBER >, 6, 8, 10 and 12. Extra trains will leave Grand Central depot on race days at 18 M. and IS -JO P. M., returning immediately after the race*. Special cars reserved tor ladles. Excursion Tickets 40c. Fourth avenue city oar* run dlreot to depot O. M. BIS8ELL, Superintendent. A i I i'N B. MINER, AU0"n0NEEB^ Rt>a(\e street. L Mlesroom* W Cham 4 BaOTUKH, U - By ^DnMS "OCTOBER ^ AT W O'CLOCK A. M. PROMPT, AT THE PRIVATE blABLE. REAR O F 13 NORTII WASHINGTON SQUARE AND NO. 1 FIFTH AVENUE. VALUABLE PRIVATE ESTABLISHMENT, comprising the following Horsed, Carriages, Harness, Ac., (lie property of a gentleman going abroad, viz. One pair bay Horses, 7 and 8 years old. 16 bands one inch high ; well matched ; sound and kind ; purchased by present owner in August. One pair brown Horses, 0 and 9 years old, 16 hands high ; sound and kind. Handsome three-quarter bred J Torso ; sired by imported horse Slasher; 7 ycurs old, 18 hands high; sound and kind in all harness; of fine, docile d sposition ; a good stepper; gentle and trustworthy under saddle and side saddle ; has been used by ladles and children during the past Summer as a saddle horse and in harness. A stylish bay Horse. 9 years old, 18)f hands high ; sound and kind; an excellent saddle horse; has been used during the past season by ladios and children under saddle, side raddle and In harness Handsome Clarence, built to order by Recti, Philadel phia; lined with silk back hrown satin; but little used. Handsome Barouche, built to order hy Rech, Philadel phia. lined with brown cloth, in excellent order. Victoria, on eight spring*, built u> order by Million A Quiet, Paris; in use three months; is in the latent style. Coupe, built to order by Million .4 Gulet, Paris; in use six months; finished In the latest style; pole and shafts. Four-seated Wagon, pole and shatta. Set dtittble Harness, by Merry, l.?adoa; in use four months. Set Barouche Harness, by Wood Gibson. Set double Harm.'**, by Adam A Rossct, Paris; used a few mouths. bet single. Harness for cotif.c, by Adam A Itosset, Paris; used three times. Set double Harness for Wagon, Two lour-in-liana Whips, Holies, Collars. Cover*. Ludies' and Kent's liuporlO'l Saddles and Bridles, Ac. Also at U o'clock A. M., immediately after the above, at private residence, 13 North Washington square, earner Fifth avenue, HANDSOME HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, MADE TO ORDER BY BEST CITY MAKERS; ROSEWOOD l\i OCTAVE PIANO, OILT AND BLACK WALNUT FRAMR PIER AND MANTEL MIRRORS; llKAI. BRONZES IN CLOCKS, STATUETTES AND VASES, PARIANS, MAN TEL ORNAMENTS, AC., AC. AT WALDRON A COOKE'S LONG ISLAND HORSE MART, 392 AND H!H BROADWAY. WILLIAMSBURG, THIS DAY, AT 11 O'CLOCK. AUCTION SALE OF HORSES AND WAGONS. 15 head good business, work And family Horses, suitable for all kinds of wagons for business purposes. Good earnage and road Horses. All sold under guarantees. ALSO, 2d Coaches, Carriages, Top and No-top Buggies, Express Wagons, Hoc k a ways, Business Wagons, Ac. This will be the largest and finest sale at the mart this season. , Sale positive. Dealers Invited. AT 8 O'CLOCK, WALDRON k COOKE will sell, to the highest bidder, Stock, Fixtures and Good Will of BUTCHER SHOP. CORNER 9TH AND SOUTH 8D 8T8., WILLIAMSBURG, with Butcher's Cart, Ac. Sale positive. Dealers Invited. A GREAT SALE OF FINE WARRANTED TROTTING Road and Family Horses, Wagons, Harness, Ac. Bv JOHN L. VANDEWATER. Auctioneer. On Friday. October 4, at stable, 43 Great Jones street? where they liave been removed for convenience of sale? at 10U prompt, the entire fast and first class trotting stock of a defaulter. Also the entire private stock of Mr. James 8ooth worth. Consisting of the finest team of fine flut and high bred young trotting Mares In the State of New York, lftfc hands high, five yoars old last Spring; one sired bv Volunteer and has record of 2:46; tne otlier sired by Old Hamble toniau, has shown 2 :49. These pedigrees are guaranteed ; can beat 2 -M together and show a 2 :? gait and warranted every way. Airotwo celebrated fast Trotters, can trot in 2:33 and 1:40 or 2:41. Also three fine driving Horses. Ao., three fine Brewster and Dusenbury Wagons, one Viotorla, dou ble and single Harness, Ac. Full particulars In to-morrow's Herald. This Is the finest sale of the season. Connoisseurs ure invited. A? A.? A.? HORSES WANTED, ? either singly or in pairs, suitable tor carriage, road, saddle, express, business or farm work. Fresh stock, diroct from the country, preferred. The best of stables and quick sales for such at the New York Pales and Stomp# Repository, 337, 339 and 341 Fourth avenue, corner Twenty-fifth street 8. DIMiEE A CO., Auctioneers. A? A.? AT VERY LOW PRICKS, . to cover cash advances, an extensive variety or new and second hand Vehicles ot most anv description. Also single and double Harnt-lt, Please call and examine at New York Sales and Storage Repository, 337, 33'.i and 341 Fourth avenue, corner Twenty-Ill li street S. DINGKE A CO., Auc tioneers. T M LIBERTY? AT SACRIFICE FOR CASn, A splendid stock of Buggies, Rockaways, Pony Phae- 1 tons and Road Wagons : five elegant, first class top Pony Phaetons very cheap. Decidedly the best for the money we have c\ er offered. JOHNSTON A VAN TA88ELL, M Liberty street I A -MINER A STEVENS, Carriage Manufacturers, lis to 121 East Thirteenth street, near Fourth avenue. have on hand a flill assortment of Carriages and Light Wagons ot every description, manufactured on the prem ises under their personal supervision, the production of which is entirely first class. AT OUR REPAIR SHOP, 61 CROSllY STREET, ARE the following second hand Carriages, all in good or der and for sale One Barouche, One four-seat Phaeton, One six-seat Rockaway, One Lnndaulct, One Clarence, One Drug Phaeton. RRADLEY, PRAY A CO.. successors to Johu R. Lawrence A <'?., ww Broadway. A PINE TILBURY CART. IN FINE ORDER. A Coupe, light, for one horse. An elegant Coupe Rockaway, used two months. A light, first class U>p Bnggy, pole and shafts. A Dog Cart Phaeton, In perfect order. A six-seat Rockaway and light Victoria. The. above sec ond hand Carriages at low prices. A. T. DEM AKEST A CO., MB Broadway. ATOP WAGON, |K>5; 1 IN* $90; 20 TOP AND OPEN Wagons, by Brewster, Duscnbury, Stivers, Dubois and otlier good rity makers: I Coupe Rockaway, by Wood; 5 top and open Pony Phaetons, from $125 up ; 2 Sulkys, 1 , tagger, I two-seat Wagon. 2 second hand Coaches, 2 Express Wagons, 1A0 up; 1 Rockaway, 990; singh; and double Hainesi, Blankets, Lap Itobes, Ac. WM. II. GRAY, 20 to 82 Wooster street ? CARRIAGE REPOSITORY 111 WEST BROAD . way, near Canal street? Rockaways, Buggies, Park and Pony Phaetons, Depot. Express and Business Wagons, both new and second baud. Cheapest place tu city. AT WITTT'S MANUFACTORY AND STABLER, FUL ton and Kevins streets, Brooklyn, selling off several hundred new and secoud hand Carriages, comprising all styles; also2t?81eiaha> U. U. WITTY A CO. HOB8U, CARRIAGE*. 4T. A? SPECIAL, POSITIVE AND ABSOLUTE SALE # BY PUBLIC AUCTION. TO-MORROW (THURSDAY). OCTOBER 3, AT 10V O'CLOCK. AT TUB PRITATB STABLE 146 WEST BSD STREET, BY JAMBS JENKINS, AUCTIONEER. or flr? floe, Cut and reliable Horses, elegant Carriages and Harness, line English kersey street and stable Blan ket*, Robes, Whips, Ac., the whole the property of a Private gentleman ..jDCludlna a very speed jr and handsome black Gelding, UK haiuUolgh, # years old ; raised in the State of Maine, and purohjMM there by present owner from gentleman who raised him. He is very handsome and stylish ; a I raid ot nothing ; can be drtveu by a lady ; has great powers of eudurauce, and can trot any day In 2:60, and war ranted sound and kind. Also v?ry faat sorrel Gelding, 15V hands high, 7 year* old. He was raised by Charles tlelutsle and sold by him to prevent owner about three years ago; he 1? very finely brea ; has line action, and can beat 2 :4ft, single or double t hela warranted sound and kind In all respects. The above two Horses have been driven together as a road team, aqd can pull a road wagon on day of sale In 2?0pr better, and a Due; or more pleasant gentleman's driving team cannot be found, aud must be seen to be up predated. Alio tast and handsome Hambletonlan Mare, ia*? hand* high, 7 year* old ; was sired by Hauibletonian, dam a Clay mare; waa raised by George Shaw, Esq., ami whvuft Sears old trotted her a mile In 3 ?1 ; she has never been on ?ack or bandied for speed since ; she has Improved in speed since, and can apecd a 2 :40 gait on road and is war ranted sound and kind. Also celebrated aud last bay Gelding J ml ire Coulter, 15V hands high. 7 year* old ; sired by Ethan Alien, dam fast trotting mare Lady Mavk i he la well known on road and truck and nan more style than any other trotter in the State; he baa a record made at Springfield of 1:37; lie is pure galted and reliable ; Is a proinot and resolute driver; can pull a road wagon better than 1 :15 any day, and war ranted sound and kind. Very fine and handsome bay raddle or driving Horse, 15V hands, 9 years old; has all gait* under raddle; very stylish ; a good driver; can trot in 3V, and is warranted sound and kind under saddle or in all harness. 1 extension top Cabriolet, Pole and Shafts. 1 Jump seat Wngon, Polo and Shaits; built by Steves. 2 top wagons, I sets double Harness, 2 nets single Har ness, Hlaufccu, Lap Robes, Ac. Stock can be seen any time between the hours of 10 A. M. aud 0 P. M. , when jvvuor will he at leisure to glvo any Inlormatlon required. JEN KIN 8 A DUFF, AUCTIONEERS. AT BARKER A CHASE'S CITY AUCTION MART AND NEW YORK TAT TRRSALL8, corner of B'oadwav and Thirty-ninth street. MAJOR C. W. BARKER, AUCTIONEER. Regular sales of Horses, Carriages, Ac., EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. Twenty-four hours allowed tor triul on every Horse ?old>iinder warrantee. The only mart In the State having a driving ring for showing Horses on sale. CATALOGUE OF SALE THIS DAY AT 13 O'CLOCK. One of the handsomest and best bred gentleman's Roadsters In the State ; Is a golden sorrel, with flowing mane and tall; was sired by Oolddti.it. and bred by L. L Dorsey, Jr., ol Louisville ; Is 15, ^ high, 6 vcurs old, an ele gant and exlra gamy driver; has shown a trial of t'-Wt, and promises great speed ; has great style, action and ap pearance, and warranted sound and kind. High brud, handsome aud closely matched pair of hlack Mares, both sired by Oawius M. clay, Jr. ; are 16V high, 7 yeara old, very stylish, handy and extra showy drivers; can trot together In 3:18. and are all day roadsters; are afraid ot nothing, are gaited to drive alike, attract much attention, aud are warranted sound and kind. The elegant and fast brown trotting Mare Royal Girl, got by Royal Ceorge, dam by Toronto Ohlet',1* I?va high, o years old ; a very stvllsh, free and pleasant driver ; has trotted live miles iu 14 :66; Is one of the greatest roadsters In the State; Is afraid of nothing; oan bo driven by a lady ; no vices and warranted sound and kind ; also roatl Wagon, Harness, Ac. Handsome and genteel large family Mare. 16 high, 5 years old ; a very free, pleasant and handy driver; great roadster; cun trot dose to three minutes; fears no loeo motive ; can be driven bv a ladv ; lull mane and tull, and warranted sound and klud. The extra, speedy and very desirable cross matched pair of trotting Geldings, Crampton and Mate, both sired bv Mazeppa and bred in Canada ; are 13V high, 0 years old ; elegant, game and handy drivers ; nave trotted to gether at St. Catherines in 2 :4H and are one ot the fastest pairs ot trotters to road wagon in the city ; are galted and are exactly alike in everything but color, one being a roan and the other a bay ; are the best road team offored at r>ubllo sale In some time and are warranted sound and kind. Elegant blood bay Hambletonlan Mare, bred la Orange county, 16V high, 6 vears old ; a very handsome, prompt and easy driver; has never been traiued todevelop sticcd, aud has shown a trial of V tulle in 1 :23; is a great all-duy roadster; is unequalleu Tor stylo, action and lasting qualities and is warranted sound and kind. Fast bay Mare, Long Island Hlack Hawk stock, 15^ high, 9 yours old ; fine, tree driver; can trot In 2:40; gen tle tor lady to drive and warranted kind. Ka.v Coach Horse, 16 high, 9 years old ; fine, stylish driver; sharp traveller ; warranted kind. Brown Mare, 16>4 high, H yours old; good, free driver; great roadster; warranted sound and kind. Fast gray trotting Gelding, 10\ high, 5 years old; an extra stylish, flue aud easy driver; has trotted in2:33to the pole; is finely gaited, a great roadster and wairauteu sound and kind. Klue top and no top Road Wagons. Roekaways, depot, express and business Wagons. New and second hand llaruess, Horse Clothing, Ac. Also several other Horses. Full description at nule. Sales never postponed on account of wtathw, A BREWSTER TOP, SOT ARB BODY WAGON, POLE and Shafts; built to order; good as new; also light double road Harness: city built; used but one month; lor sale a> s bargain. 100 Weat Thirty-third street. A LOT OK ROAD WAGONS, EXPRESS, GEOCKRV, Carpenter's and light Bti:,ino?is Wapons; ulso! second hand two-seat covered Depot Wagons, 3? West Twenty-seventh street, between Eighth ami Ninth av?. AI.IUHT six SEAT ROCKAWAT, DEPOT CAR rlages, glass fronts; four and six seat Coupe Roek aways, Phaetons and all other styles Family Carriages, Light Wagons, now and second hand; lowest popular prices. MANUFACTURKR8' UNION, B3M Broadway. A? SEVERAL OF LAST YEAR'S COUPES, A ? Utile shop worn, will be sold at bargains. He\er?l second hand Carriages at half price. HAM'S, Fourth street, corner Broadway. A GRAY MESSENGER MARK, 15'j HANDS, DEPOT w agon and harness, for sale ; price S2S). Apply at the private stable 151 Eatt Seventieth Mret, near Lex ington avenue. AN ELEOANT NEW CLARENCE, ON O HfKlNUii, < trimmed with brown goat and Mlln ; will be sold at a bargain : less than coot of production. A. ?. FLANDRAU, No. 7 Kfut Eighteenth street, between Broadway and Fifth avenue. JJREWSTEB A CO., OF BROOME STREET, Ware rooms, Fifth avenue, corner of Fourteenth street Elegant Carriages nnd Road Wagons, exclusively of their own manufacture, and of Ihe be.it class only. The public will please bear In mind that ?e have no connection whatever with a cerlaiu loint Htuck company oi carriage dealers who have adopted a name similar to our own, and are making other efforts to identify their con cern with the reputation we ba>o tnnde for the name we bear ami the excellence of the productions of our well known Broome street factory. Beautiful brown pacf.h, worth #2,000, for sale low.? Sixteen hands high ; spirited, showy, verv last, nearly thoroughbred, splendid action, great endur ance; from ?ountry; untrained; warranted. Address PACr.B, ptntloa O, New York city. C1ABBIAOES, HARNESS, CARRIAGES? LABCEST ) assortment ever offered ; all styles lamil.v Carriages and light Wagon*, new and second hand, at lower prices than ever; examine before purchasing elsewhere. MANUFACTURERS' UNION, 638 Broadway. Desirable saddle horse? for lady or oen tleman ; kind also In harness ; a pure Patchen mare, gentle, quiet and mire footed ; (ears nothing ; price $100; odors solicited to-day. 60 Hast Fourteenth street MARCUS BPRINO, 214 ?roadway DUBENRURY A VANDUBER, 1S5 AND 1S7 CHRY8TIE street, near Broome, hare on hand one elegant Vie toria, one four-spring Phaeton and one three-spring Phaeton, with extrusion top, and ono lady's l'haeton, of which cannot he surpassed in quality and beauty. DUPF.N8UBY A VANDl'HEB, 138 AND 187 CHRYrtTIE street, near Broome, lmve on hand the latent styles ot half-spring Top Wttotia and half-spring single sent Road Wagons: also Sulkies and Track Wagons. Oentle men would do well to examine our stock before pur chasing. FOB SALE? AT LESS THAN HALF THEIR VALUE, a superb team of hay carriage Horses, Wi hands high, and 6 year* old ; very hnndsome and closely matched, with line notion; cannot he beat In the city; must be w.ld, a* owner goes abroad next week. Apply to ROBERT, lit Stable, 51 hast Thirty-third street. For sale? a oentleman'S establishment, almost new; sold on account ol' his departure abroad, consisting or a tine pair ol horses close to 16 hands: very stvlish, ambitious, good roapst&rs and thoroughly sound. A Brewster, Broome street, T Cart, almost new ; a double setot Phillips' Philadelphia Harness, In good order; price reasonable. Apply at BROWN A VAN VLEIT'8 stables, Thirty -ninth ?treet nnd Broxlwy. FOR RALE- AN ELEGANT BAT HORSE; FIFTE1.N ! and three -quarter hands high. sown years old, ! h< m. (I nnd kind In single and double harm s; very sty- I lisli, and suitable for a coupe : sold for want of use l>.v tfio ? present owner. Inquire for COACHMAN, 10 East Thirty- I llr-t si reet, where the horse may be seen till sold. IilOR BALE? TEN GOOD WORK HORSES. INQUIRE at the Ice offlce, 8U8 Wext Fifty -second street, after 3 o'clock P. M., one week. "LiOK SALE? A DOCTOR'S (HO, IN GOOD OKDFIC. r Apply at 21 Third street. For rale? two thorough bukd saddle ' Horses, fa: ladles' or gentlemen's use; warranted i sound; fold In consequence of the owner's departure for Europe. To toe seen at GORDON'S Livery Stables, No. .1 West Thirteenth street. IJIOK SALE? A NICE I.tOlIT VIOTOMA MADE BY " Brewster. Inquire nt office of Oeneral Manager. Fourth Avenue Knllroad, comer 1 otirth avenue aud Thiny -second street. Bioil BALE? A VERY DESIRABLE ROAD E8TAB lUhment consisting of handsome i?ay horse, sound, kind and sty lish, can trot better than three minutes, to gether with nearly new top wng'.n, harness, At. Can he seen at stable, corner Lexington a\ entie and Forty-mnlll . street. Inquire for Mr. LAKF.MAN. B^OR SALE? A BAY PONY AND A CRAY HORSE; | both kinl and gentle in alltiarness: also top Wagon and a set of light Harness. Inquire at W6 Greenwich street, horseshoeing shop. JH)R SALE? A PIANO BOX TOP WAflON, IN THE l.cst order, weight 170 pounds, made by others; price $179; also one, most new, light aide bar top Wagon, nuilt by myself; ut WATKRMAN'8 Carrlatto Factory, No. 8 cm ri stop her street FOR SALE-ONE OF Til H BEST 0ART Olt TRUCK Horses in this city , t! vcars old, IB hands high ; be longs to a widow. Inquire at ?tl East Filly fourth street, near Second avenue. IflOR SALE-TWO SINOLR COUPE BAY HORSES; 1 very stylish ; 6 years old. IB hand* high ; warranted sound aud kind; some no top Wagons and too \Y?g.<ui. Nos. 3 aud 6 West Thirtecutli street T. E. GORDON. HOR8B?.CAKRIA???,^. a INUB SALE? A TOP BV?^^^sUbie,coruero! ,,()R halk-a GOOD WOWBOJg. WA?? jy ? g I, 3* l&raw rn.de, '"''?iS a' wK Tenth street. Harness, at 9 rivate siauw ??? OR SAl.K, WAGON? A. LIWHT ROAD WAQON WITH shitting leather top; nut much used, and t'Ullt by ly; at a reasonable urlce, SCR ANTON k CO., At l?OR 8ALK AT A BARGAIN? MAONIFICENT TilKKK JL' quarter Clarence. book steps. C spring*, built by Baldwin ; (old mounted and elegant; cost $1,800. Apply at 118 Pacific street, Brooklyn, front 8 to 10 A. k. For sale? one op the finkrt gentlemen's road Horses in the city; sorrel, 7 year* old, 15 V hands hlKh ; will show 2 :40 ; warranted souud and kind. tn West Thirteenth street. T. E. GORDON. For hale cheap-a dark bay mare, only # years old; 15% hand* high; perfectly kind, sound ana gentle ; not nt mid of a locomotive; good traveller; ?old lor want of use. Inquire at Mott's Stables, Tweuty tliird ilreet, near Fifth avenue. Ij^OR SALE CHEAP? BE AUTIPULTROTTIXO WAGONj ... square box; city maker; only used a few time*; cost Pj-W; "eel tyres and axles; no reasonable offer rofUded. Ml East sixteenth street For bale cheap? six good work horses and a buck Team, lit for any two ; sold us the owner has no flu (her use for them. Inquire at till East Thirteenth street, rear. I TOR HALE CHEAP? THKEE-UUARTER TRUCK FULL Racks. Apply ut 00 White street. For sale cheap- five second band coaches, 111 perfect running order j hIso Horses and double Harness. _ Inquire at 393 East Fourth street. /^RAY TROTTINU HORSE v r At auction, ou FRIDAY, October 4. JOHNSTON k $ XN TAS8ELL, 110, 112, 114 East Thirteenth street. Hopple gray Horse, sired by General Knox, dam Drew mare; raised at Waturville, Maine ; can trot in 3:40 any day to wagou. Handsome turnout for sale.-a fine pair of family Carriage Horses, perfectly sound and kind, long inane* and talis; also an elegaut Park Carriage, in good order, ami a set of double Harness nearly new ; will he Hold reasonably. May be seen at O'CONNOR'S stables, Sixteenth street, near Sixth avenue. HARNES8.-BANKRCPT STOCK OF Fine city made Harness, choice maker, all hand sewed and warranted perfect and all right every wuy; fine line of Afghans and Robes, tiew stylos, low prices. JOHNSTON k VAN TASSELL, 88 Liberty street. I HEREBY NOTIFY MR. BPAULDINO TO GET his Wagon within three days; If not I shall sell it for repairing and^storago. At 490 West Thirty-sixth street. ON HAND AND FOR SALE CHEAP? SEVERAL second hand Carriages, including top and no top Wagons, made hy the celebrated house of Brewster A Co., of Broome street, at A. S. FLADRAU'S, No*. 7 and If East Eighteenth street, between Broadway and Flit li avenues. PRIVATE' STABLE AND LOT, 25X100.5-FORTY ninth street, between Sixth and Seventh avenues ? Price $18,000. Apply to P. If. GRADY, &Z7 Sixth avenue, between Forty-sixth and Forty -seventh street.*. glKCOND HAND CARRIAGES. 3 Wo offer the following, innny of them our own build and 111 exrollcut condition :? Three-quarter Clarence. Coupe. Curtain Coach. Two-wheelers. Four-seat Phaeton. Landaulette. No-top Phaetons. Mall Coach. Also several no-top Wagons, onr own build, very little used, at a liberal discount troin original price. BREWSTER A CO., 84 Filth av., cor er Fourteenth *t. CADDLERY, HARNESS, HORSE CLOTHING MANC. O factored extensively by C. B. SMITH k CO., 40 War ren street. SECOND HAND COUPE ROCKAWAY, PONY Phaetons, Depot Wagon, Buggies, Light Rockaway. Jump Seat Buggy und several slightly soiled Carriages at great bargains ; all styles Harness. M ANUFACTURERS' UNION, 638 Broadway. QTABI.E TO LET.? THE PREMISES 227 EAST NINTH O street for private stable, combined w ith Cottage of three rooms. Apply to TATIIAM k BROTHERS, 8i Bcekman street. TO LET-A STABLE. WITH FIVE STALLS AND room for Ave carriage*. A fine hay Horse for sale ; true, kind and sound ; very gentle. 132 West Sixteenth st TWO STALLS TO LET? WITH CARRIAGE ROOM, IN private stable, 111 liast Seventeenth street. Apply to or address Dr. D. B. MILLEIt, Mi East Seventeenth St. XXTANTED-A HORSE ; A FAST HORSE, CHEAP FOR Tv cash ; must be sound, kind, young and without fault, and trot n mile in 2:40 under the watch ; no fancy price will be paid. Address, stating price, with full partlcu lars, H. STEVENSON, Atlantic street, corner Henry, Brooklyn, L. I. Wanted? two or three pairs of canaoa Horses; must he sound, kind und true; not less than lit, hands; go?sl steppers, and not over 6 rears old. Call on or address STOCK, 17 and 19 Park row, New ifork, for four days. fXT ANTED? A YOUNG, SOUND HORSE 19 HANDS TO vi 11 quarter high ; good gait, prompt driver, cither sin gle or double and to trot under 2:W; price must be low. Apply at 11 Ea?t Thirty -sixth street, iu stable, before DA. m: or 4 :.'I0 and 5_P. M. ] HORSE LANDAULET, ENTIRELY NEW, TRIMMED in brown satin, Is offered at a very low figure by A. S. ELANDRAU, Nos. 7 and Iti East Eighteenth street, be twoea Broadwaj Mini Fit tii uvcuue. $rn FOR A PBBD WAOON-IN PERFECT ORDER; ? It > two Set* of Simile Buggy Homes*, In good order ; $19 and $12. V!4S Weal Twenty-sixth street <*?1 or -GOOD AP NEW; SQI'ARE BOX TWO SEAT ?J* I ?&>??? Depot Wagon, Harness; Dnsenbury top Wag on, $90; top Pony Pneaton, $lS.i; all very cheap. 911 Seventh avenue, near Thirty -seventh street. d?1 SA -A LEATHER TOP BUGGY, CITY MAKBR, vlov. with single Harness cost $4V). Other Car riages at less than halt price. Chance for bargains. 198 West Forty-flrat *trcct. fO/lO ?SORREL MARE, 7 YEARS, 19>i HANDS; JlijIM;, property of gentleman going abroad; bay Horse, pony built, $140; stvllvh brown, for coupe, $190. 418 Eighth avenue, corner Thirty-first street. dSQOK FOR AN EXPRESS WAGON AND HAR t) nt ss; been used only three months. Can lie seen at ISO l'avonia avenue, Jersey City; owner at 162 Chambers street, N. Y. dbQ/W\ FOR H0B8B, TRUCK AND HARNESS.? ipOUo Horse 16 hands high, 8 year* old; separately or together; cause of selling, uo work. 334 Hudson street, corner of Vaudani. AKAll WILL BUY A LIGHT PLATFORM SPRING ffluvU Park Phaeton, pole and shafts, made by Miner k Stevens: nearly new. Inquire at private stable 146 West Twenty-eighth street. fJlHE EVENING TELEGRAM IS THE 9PRIGIITLIE9T AFTERNOON PAPER IN m;\v YORE. YACHTS, STEAMBOA TS, AC.^ TENANTED? A FIRST CLASS SLOOP OB SCHOONER Vt Yacht. centre board, about ."<? or M ti-et lonp ; must have a record tor speed ami he nn nble sea boat, and le first cla? In all her appointments. Anv person owning such and desirous to sell low lor money may address B., box 1,19s Port offlee, Row vork. TITANTE D? A SLOOP YACHT. ABOUT SO FEET ON ?? deck; must lie fa?t, sound and clioap. Add re. m, htatintt lull particulars, T. J. 1!., Ill East Nlui ty-aecond st VAHTED TO PUBCHABK t'iQUOR STORE WANTED? TO PURCHASE, BY A XJ '.'ash ru^toincr; uptown corner preferred, or iu some food locality where there Is n irood transient hu^tiices oin?. Anyone having the lame to ?l I.hi.. w of may ad dross M. K. K., Herald Uptown Branch omcc, 1,265 Broad way. "Iir ANTED? A SECOND HaND TUBE, *-4, A Jill ITS TT Camera; also alt kind* of PhoU>Kraphic Instruments. Apply lit 673 Broadway, Lavy's Billiard Room*. "tlTANTEO? A DOUBI.E BLACK WALNUT DESK. V> Address, stating price and where to be Men, W? Herald offloe. _____ ?HTANTBD-A LIGHT TRIP HAMMER, ABOUT 80 TT pound head, In good condition. Address MANUFAC TURER, ho* 114 Herald ollli'f. POST OFFICE KOI KE. Post office notice.? the mail* for europe ilurlnn the week c-ndinct Saturday, Oetober 5, M72, will cio- at tli!s ollice on Wednesday at 12 M., on Tliur? day at U A. M. and on Saturday at Sand II A M * P. H. J ON KM, Postmaster. JIIAItUhK M Wl'KM. A -REMOVAL. -SLATE MANTELS, ORATES, AC ? IX. La r pre and elepant ?t<>ck St onr new war? rooms, Union square, corner of Fourth avenue nnd Seventeenth street. FENKIIYN SLATE COM PA NT, manufacturers of every variety of slate work, plain and ornamental. Aelarer, steam marble ANI> MAltBLEIZINU , Works, IM and 13d East Elghteiaih utreoi ? Murhlo ?nd Marblelwd Mantels. Tillnic, Marble Uonnti rs, Monu ments, at prices that defy competition. Marble Ftiriiiiitr tor tho trade. ___ SELABER A CO., MARBLI. WORKS, MS WEtT . Flfty-llrsl street, between Broadway and Eighth a ventie.? Marble and Marldelzed M.micls, Monument*, II. -ad .tones, of superior workman. hip, at very low prices. O TEW ARTS fiLATE MARTRLB.? RICH AND ELE O it ant desi?na*. Slatt Work ol'evtry description ; Martde and Wood Mantels. T. B. HTEWakT A CO., M> and m wt it Twenty third stroet, near Seventh avenue, Y V. POMTIl 4li. IJOLITK'AI. PRINTING OF EVERT DESCRIPTION ! done at short notice by the Metropolitan f'rlntin* itahllatltnent, corner of Broadway and Ann street, New I York. I>APER LANTERN*, FLAGS, AC, AT O. HKUBCK'S, 77 Warren street. The jameh i. fox hooial club, of tuk ninr teenib ward, will lioM a rectular weekly mealing on Wednesday, October S, at 8 P. M. All It lends of Hon. Jauies O'Brien for Mayor aro invited to bo pra-tenL Ill/Oil O UOtiRKp. Proidsat, Wa. McOoirA*, Secretary. DRT GOODS. rj?HE Grand Central fancy (H>od* K#ut>l||liHBl of M MM MUX MM MM MMMMM MM MM M M M M MMMMM _ mmmmmmmm MMMMWMVMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMH mmmmmmm m mm mm mm mmmmmm mmmmmm MMMMM MMIHHi MMMM MM MM mmm a. it. mum MM MM M MACY M MM MM MMM A CO. MMM MMMM MMMM M MMMM MMMMM MMMMMM MMMMMM MMMMMM M MMMMMMM MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM mmmmmmmm MMMMMMM MMMMMM MMMMM MMMM MMM MM M The largejt Fancy Goods Depot GRAND *?}?* in America. CENTRAL, MAOV. ORAMD MACY. We are now oponing daily alt CENTRAL JJACy, of tho latest Novelties rrom GitAND MACY. London, Paris, Berlin, CENTRAL Vienna and other European tiRAND MACY. market*. CENTRAL *ACY. ORAND MACY. Every noxelty Is reorescnted CKNTRAL MACY. In our complete stocks of llos- ORAND MACY, Vary, Underwear l''tirx, Laces, CENTRAL MACY. Embroideries. Usndkerchlefr, ORAND MACY. White Goods, Housekeeping CENTRAL MACY. and Furnishing floods, Smttll I1RAND MACY. Wares, Trimmings, 4c. CENTRAL MACY. GRAND MACY. Our Millinery Department lias CENTRAL MACY. all of the now sl> les, shapes ami GRAND MACY. shades In Hats, 'Feathers, Silks, OKStt'UAT. MACY. Satins, Velvets, Kihbons and ORAND MACY. Flowers, also of oui- owu lmpor- CENTRAL MACY. tation. tilt AND MACY. CENTRAL MACY. All ot our Good* are sold at GRAND MACY. the lowest possible prices. CKNTft Af? MAf'Y. A discount will Do made to those GRAND MACY. buying to .sell again. CENTRAL MACY. R. H. MACY 4 CO., GRAND MACY. Fourteenth street anil Sixth ar. CENTRAL AT SMITH'S PATTERN BAZAAR, 914 BROADWAY,' near Twentieth street, full line of PARIS, BRRLIN and London STYLES, SEVEN weeks earlier than COS TtlMF. Importers. Exumlne before purchasing KEADK MADE imported Suits. CLOTH MODELS given wit# each pattern, which are PERFECT GUIDES wjwork by. FOUNTAIN'S INDIA STORE HAS A BICHRR AND greater variety than ever at the corner of Broadway and Thirteenth street, up stairs. TTAIR, 1IAIR, HAIR.? SHAW'S PATENT HAIB^ XI equal to human hnlr, can he combed and brushed; Switches SOc. : human hair, cheapest and best In thu mar ket; solid Switches, one vard lima, 93 -, French Swltohwr, ?7; Curls, $1 and upwards; ladies'* own hair made over. 23c. ; latest styles always on hand. .138 Bowery, opposite Third and near Great Jones street, upstairs; and MS Sixth avenue, botween Twenty -second and Twenty-third streets, up stairs. LATEST PARIS FASHIONS NOW OPEN.? MMR. A. DUVaL, Dressmaking anil Patterns, has removed to 21 Kaat Tweutloth street, one door from Broadway. MILLINKRY AN D DRRNH1H /VKISG. " At maikon walton, ma Broadway, above Union square? Importer of Purl* Bonneta and Rng llsh Round ITats, from tho leading houses; also Bridal W reaths and Veils. ______ MME. BLVINA GUERIN, 737 BROADWAY AND NO. 1 Clinton place, will open on Thursday, October & 1872, a new Importation ot Pattern Bouneta and Round Ilats; also a lull assortment ot^Mllllncry Ooods. MMF.. TILIKR, 222 SIXTH AVENUE. NEAR FOUR, tcenth street.? Btiiw made in very latest fashion ? 12 to $13. Mme. TILIKR'S Parisian Pattern Emporium; all latest imported Patterns, 3c. to IVie. MI.I.K, SNEDDEN, OKI BBOADWAY AND 183 FIFTH avenue, will open a cose of French Bonnets on Wednesday, October 2. INHTRlCnON, AT THOMPSON'S COLLEGE, 20 FOURTH AVENUR, opposite Cooper institute.? Bookkeeping, Writing. Arithmetic, French, Latin and Greek; separate lad lev department, day und cvcnlnx; Telegraphy taught prac tically ; demand for operators. _ AYOI'NO MAN WISHES TO BE INSTRUCTED IN the French language by a French youna lady; one who also speaks tho Geriuan preferred. Address C. I., bos 120 Herald office. A N EXPERIENCED CLASSICAL AND MATHEMATL .1 eal teacher, scholar and gold medalist of foreign university, desires employment; prepares lor college , city reference. Address TUTOR, box "-2SM Herald olllce. A LADY OF LONG AND SCCCKMPVL EXPERf. cnce In teaching the English branches and Latin de sires a few morn pupils at their residences ; unexception able testimonials. Call front 10 to 1 A. M. or audresa TEACHER, 132 Fifth avenue^ BOOKKEEPING AND BUSINESS AFFAIRS. Counting Room 726 ltroadwav. By a few weeks' practice, under tho personal instrne* tiou of C. C. MARSH, author or the popular works on bookkeeping, young men and others acquire a profession available through life, and which, followed wltb fidelity, conduct* t<> position* of trust and honor. Ladies received. Apply for circulars. IvOi.BEAR'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, 873 BROAD. I ' way, is now open day and evening with an improved course of stndy and Increased facilities for the praotica! teaching of Bookkeeping, Writing, Arithmetic, Ac., as used lu the beat New York houses. Two private desk* vacant. P AINU'S ETTfTNESS COI.T.F.GF.? THIRTY TH IRD street, Broadway, junction Sixth avenue, down town College, 62 Bowery, bow open day uud evening. Spe cialties? Penmanship, Bookkeeping. Arithmetic, Higher Mathematics, English Branches, Ladles' department GUAR jcv in Snanlsh months. Address or call evenings. PROF. CUADRADO. 62 EAST NINTH STREET, GU antccs conversational proficiency in Spanish lu toug Vi PBOTESTANT OIBLfl TAUGHT TO OPKRATR Wheeler A Wilson's sewimt machine free of charge, at the rooms of the Young Ladles' Christian Association, No. 64 Irving place. Apply on Thursday and Friday, be tween 3 and 8 P. M. 11 _ T ANTED? A GOVERNESS, IN A PRIVATE FAMILY^ I one thoroughly competent to finish young ladles la music, French and Entiish literature. Call at C. F. CHRISTERN'S book store, 77 University place, on Friday, at lOo'clock A. M. WANTED-CO YOUNG MEN TO ENTER FAIllRANKS' Business College, 766 Broadway, previous to Its re moval to elegant rooms at Broadway and iOtii st. ; $38 saved : a rare opportunity to enter a first class Institution at moderate rates. |F YOU DESIRE TO REACH THE LARGEST NUM. BER OF AFTERNOON READERS, ADVERTISE IK THE EVENING TELEGRAM, THE LIVELIEST PAPKK IK THE METROPOLIS. 1 LOAR OfFlOJM. AT 77 BLEECKER STREET, NEAR BBOADWAY, UP stairs? lllghcstciudi advances <>u Diamonds. Walchef, Jewelry, Pianos, Ac., or bought; Pawnbrokers' Tickets bought, at 77 Bleecker street. AT ? NASSAU STREET, BETWEEN FULTON AND John street*. NEWMAN LBOdiliD continue* the buying, Mtllliiu or advancing on Diamonds, Watches, Jew elry, Piano*, Merchandise, 1.1:0 Policie?, for any amount AT WOLF BROTHERS', (WO BROADWAY, betwbkm Nineteenth anil Twentieth streets.? None/ loaned mi Watches, Diamond*, Jewelry, Silverware, Silk*; par ticularly Planus; private parlor lor ladle*. Btuiueaa ?trlctly confidential. AT ?f?7 BROADWAY, CORNER FOURTH KTIIEKT ? Liberal advances In Diamond*, Watchea. Jewelry, Silk*. Camel's Ilalr Shawls, Locos and Personal Prorerty of every description JaMES P. MATTHEWS. American oFr1cE.-f75.owt established ism; any amount loaned on Valuable*. Wotclie*, Dia inondx, Jewelry, Camel'* Hair shawl*, I, aces,, Ac., or will buy; price* par excellence paid. J. IT BAKItlNUI'IK. 738 Broadway, opposite Aslor place. AT HYMAN'S, 710 BROADWAY? LIBERAL Ad vances made on Diamond* and Watehcn, Silver ware, Ac., or will pay the highest market price for tlie Mine. A -LOAN OFFICE AT SW BROADWAY. ROOM ?. ? rear office (no sign', will pnv more for Silk*, Lace*, Kid Hlove* and all Dry Hood* than any other office ; a'rletly confidential. Pawnbroker*' Ticket* bought \T #7 THIRTEENTH STREET, NKAB BROADWAY.? I pay the highest price for Diamond*. Watche*. Jew elrv, A?., or advance on thesuino. ISAACS, Diamond Broker, #7 Thirteenth street, near Broadway. Money loaned on diamonds, watches, jkw elry and Silver Ware, and the mine l">u?ht. Win. t\ ALLEN, 911 Broadwa>, near Fourteenth *t ! ?)(* NASSAU STREET, OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. - ? ??." Liberal advance* made on Diamond*, Watche*. I Jewelry and all kiudsof Merchandise. The MOM bought and aold. Boom I. I1AYMAN LEOPOLD. ! J fl<> SIXTH AYENI'K, IIETWELX TWENTY-KOCRTII 1' "?> and Tw entv-iltth street*.? Liberal advance* mate on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry and all kinds ot (looda. Same bought at Bill value. L HI'.knahd nor BROADWAY. CORNER OF AMITY STREET UO() Mniiey liberally advanced on Watches, Jewelry, Di*motids, ('loth* and silk* and all oilier personal pro*, erty. The same bought and *ohl. M. RusKNBKRO. (W\7 BROADWAY. BETWEEN TWENTIETH ANI? I Twcntvflrtf street*.? Highest price* loaned on Diamonds, Watches. Jewelry, Ao. Same )>ought at eitio* ordinary prices. ISAACS, Ditinonl Broker. Private entrai.cfl IS Twentieth street. Ql'-l BROADW AY.? OLD ESTABLISHED ANDRE fJLtt liable otllce. Money odvaneod oh Diamond*. Watches, Jewelry, Lacea, Ao. ; same bought at htgheel Price*. A* O. BEETS. 19ft7 BROADWAY. OVER IIBRALD BRANCH, ? f ) I room P ? F* nor for lad to*. Branch. IS* Ful. ton atroet, Brooklyn? Money loaned on Diamond*. Watoliee, Jewelry, *?. ? mum bought aodsoM. UNDO BROS.