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WHOLE NO. 14,294. NEW YORK, MONDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1875.-TRIPLE SHEET. PRICE FOUR CENTS. directory for advertisers* AMU8EMENT8?Ninth Pago?Fourth, fifth and sixth column*. ASTROLOGY?Seooxd PAOK?Sixth column. BILL IA BUS? Second I'auk?Fourth column. ,, . BOARDERS WANTED?Second PaOH?Third and fourth columns. BOARD AND LODGING WANTED-Sf.cond Pace? Fourth column, BROOKLYN BOARD?Sue-nun 1'AOK-Fourth column. BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE FOB SALU?Skcond Fa08? First column. _ _ BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES?Eighth Pack. .BUSINESS NOTICES?Bevkiitu PA??-8laW CITY REAL ESTATE FOR SALE?SmcoND PaOU? First CLERKs'anD SALESMEN?TwELfTH Pack?Fourth and lllth columns. .. , CLOTHING?Second Pack? Sixth column. COACHMEN AND GARDENERS?Tw*Lrrn Paou?Fifth UOASTWISK STEAMSHIPS?BkCOKD Paok?Fifth and UOUNTIt Y'B('?a'rD?SicCOND I'auk?Fourth column. DANCING ACADEMIES?Twalftii Pauk?Sixth col BBNTISTRY?Second Pack?Sixth column. RY GOODS?Fiust Paok?Sixth column. _____ DWELLINC1 HOUSES TO LET, FLRNI8HED AND UN FURNISHED?Skcond Page?8*oond column, EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS?Hkcond Pack?Fifth column fXCUKSIONS?Second Pack?Sixth ooluuin. INANCIAL?Eicbtu Pack. J'Olt HALE?TwKurrii Paok?Sixth column. FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? Skcond Pack?Second column FURNITURE?Ninth Pack?Third column. HELP WANTED ? FEMALES ? TwKLrrit Pace?Fourth column. HELP WANTED?MALES?Twelfth Pack?Fifth and nixtli column*. HORSES, CARRIAGES, dec.?Fills* Pack?Third and fourth columns. HOTELS?Hnt'OND Pack?Fourth column, HOUSES. ROOMS, AC., WANTED?Skcond Pace?Third column. INSTRUCTION?Ninth Pack?Fourth column. LOST AND FOUND?Fiust Pack?Second column. MACHINERY?Twki.ftii Pack?Sixth column. M ARBLE MANTELS?Ninth Page?Fourth column. MEDICAL?Second Pack?First column. MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING?FtMf Paon?Sixth column. _ _ MISCELLANEOUS aDVERTISEMENTS?Tenth I'agk Slxth column. MUSICAL?Twelfth l'AGE-Sixth column. NEW PUBLICATIONS? Seventh Pack?Sixth column. PERSONAL?Fiust Pack?First column. PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, AC.?Ninth Pack?Third col PROPOSALS? Fibst Page?Sixth column. PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES? Twelfth I'AOB?'Third column. PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO KENT?Second Paok? First column. BEAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE?Sncond Pace?First column. REAL ESTATE WANTED?Second Pack?First column. EE WARDS?Fiust Page?Second column. SALES AT AUCTION?First Pack?Filth and sixth col umns. SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALES?Eleventh Pack? and Twelfth Page?First. second mid third columns. SITUATIONS WANTED?MALES?TurELrrii PAGB-Fourth colu lull. SPECIAL NOTICES?First Pack?Second column. SPORTING?DOGS, BIRDS, AC.?Fiust Pack?Third col umn. ?STORAGE?First Pack?Second column. THE TRADES?1Twelfth Page?Sixth column. THE TURF?First Pack?Third column. fto LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES?Second Pack? Second column. TRAVELLERS' GUIDE?Second Paok?Rixlh column. UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? SkcOHD Page?Third column. 'WANTED To PURCHASE?First Pag??Fourth column. ?WATCHES, JEWELRY, AC.?Ninth Pace-Fourth col I uinn. Westchester county property for sale or TO LET?Second Face?First column. YACHTS, STEAMBOATS, AC.?Tenth Pack?Sixth col umn. ' HERALD PARIS BUREAU. ?JJERALD PARIS BUREAU, 61 AVENUE DE L'OPERA. The following is a list of the papora on file In tho NEW YORK HERALD READING ROOM, 61 Avenue de l'Opora, Paris, ao far aa their names have been communicated to the GERALD :? NEW YORK. All New York city morning and evening papers. X>*lly Telegram New York. Daily Stunt* Zeitnng New York. Unlly Courtier dca Ktata Unla New York. Daily Meaaager Franco-Auericaiue Now York. X'Eoo D'ltalia Now York. 321 Comoreio New York. Mew Yorker Handel's Zeilung Now York. liarper's New Monthly Magazine. .New York. llarper'K Weekly New York. Harper's Bazar New York. Jewish Times New York. Jewish Messenger New York, Frank Leslie's Ladies' Magazine...New York. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper Now York. Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun New York. Frank Leslie's Ladies' Journal.. .Now York. Frank Leslie's Pleasant Hours Now York. Nautical Gazette Now York. The Arcadian New York. The American Artisan New York. The Christian Union New York. The Daily Grnphlc New York. Tho FTce Lance New York. ?he New Yorker Journal Now York. he Home Journal New York. The Galaxy New York. Patent Rights' Gazette , New York. Weekly Irish Democrat New York. Monthly Importer New York. Tho Nation New York. XUnitrnted Weekly New York. New York Mercury Now York, Sunday Mercury New York. Caverl'cy's Weekly Age New York. Rural Now Yorker New York. New York Ledger New York. Tho Methodist New York. Tho Wholesale Druggist New York, pally Herald and Gazette Utlea. Sally Argus Albany, pally Courier Buffalo. Daily Couimerclal Advertiser Buffalo. Daily Express Rochester. Daily Budget Troy. Dally Times Troy. Dally Eagle Brooklyn. Oasctte Yonkers. PENNSYLVANIA. Daily Examiner. Lancaster. pally Bulletin Philadelphia I)ally Press. Philadelphia l>ally Evening Star Philadelphia. Pally Telegraph Philadelphia. Dally Time* Philadelphia. Daily Inquirer Philadelphia. Daily North American and United State* Gazette Philadelphia. Public Ledger Philadelphia. Sunday Transcript ...Philadelphia. Sunday Kepuhllc Philadelphia. Sunday Dispatch Philadelphia. Sunday Mercury.. Philadelphia. Daily Commercial Pittsburg, Daily Chronicle Pittsburg. Pally Dot p itch Pittsburg. pally Leader Pittsburg. ?Dally Miners' Journal Pottsvllle. Daily Telegraph Uarrisburg. ?Daily Intelligencer Lancaster. Daily Times and Dispatch Heading, MASSACHUSETTS'. Dally Transcript Boston. Daily Herald Huston. Daily Journal Huston. The Hidden Hole Huston. Daily Republican SpringHeld. Dally Evening Curette Worcester. Dally Spv Worcester. St Banker Bill Times (Tiarlestuwn. C Cape Ann Advertiser Gloucester. CONNECTICUT. Daily Times Hartford. Daily Courant Hartford. Dally Register New Haven. Danbury News Duubury. OHIO. pally Curette Cincinnati. pally Star Cincinnati. Daily Enquire* Cincinnati. Dally Leader Cleveland. Daily Blade Toledo. Dally Telegraph Dubuque. INDIANA. Dally Evening News Indianapolis. Dally Scutiuol Indianapolis. MICHIGAN. Daily Evening News Detroit. WISCONSIN. Dally Republican and Leader La Crosse. Die State Journal Madisou. GEORGIA. Dally News 7 Savannah. Chronicle and Sentinel Augusta. KENTUCKY. Dally Courier-Journal Lonlsrille. NEW HAMPSHIRE. Dally Patriot Concord. NEW JERSEY. Dally Journal Jersey City, Dally Evening Argus lersey City. Dally Journal Newark. Daily Gazette Trenton. ILLINOIS. Daily Inter-Ocean Chicago. Daily Tribune Chicago. Dally Post and Mall Chicago. MISSOURI. Pally Globe and Democrat St. Lonls. The Leader Springliold. NEBRASKA. Dally Press Nebraska City. VIRGINIA, Dally Dispatch Richmond. Daily Enquirer Richmond. Daily Guide and News Richmond. Dally Day Book Norfolk. SOUTH CAROLINA. Newt and Courier Charleston. LOUISIANA. Dally Times New Orleans. Dally Christian and Advocate New Orleans. CALIFORNIA. Dally Record Union Sacramento. Dally Chronicle Han Francisco. Daily Bulletin San Francisco. Daily Morning Call San Francisco. KANSAS. Bally Commonwealth Tope k a. ally Times Leavenworth. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. Dslly Capital.. Washington. JI ally Gazette .Washington. ltoily Star Washington. ALABAMA. The Mobile Register Mobile. ?ho Advertiser Montgomery. UTAH. Deseret News Salt Laks City. TENNESSEE. Avalnnrhe Memphis. Appeal Memphis. RHODE ISLAND. Journal Providence. PERSONAL, PfflBSs ?13S-??i!iJ."aB,Aal' ?? "? LOST AND FOUND. Found?a small doo, on park avenue, about one month ago; own?r may ruclalm him by proving Firoperty md paying expense*. Inquire at dniffin cnart. u Thiiiy-sixth street, between Lexington and Third avenues, lor ANTHONY TAYLOR. I08T?IN A SEVENTH AVENUE CAR, ON SUNDAY J morning, between Twenty-third ami Fifty secoud street., a Pocketbook: the finder, or person giving luforaia tion ol the same, will be liberally rewarded by returning it to 256 West Twenty-third street. I OST?SUNDAY MORNING IN A BROADWAY J or Sixth avenue ear. n long Russia Pocketbook; If re turned to the owner's address on letters contained in It, a liberal reward will be paid. I OST?ON THURSDAY, AN ALLIGATOR SKIN J PocketbnoK, containing about SHOO, cards, papers, Ac. The finder will be liberally rewarded by returning tbe same to 78 and HQ Worth stroet. No questions asked.. The party who took the pocketbook from children at the depot of tho Third Avcinio Railroud Com pany will please return it to the President and no questions asked. DTOLBN?FROM WOODBRIDOR, N. J., ON OCTOBER O 8. a black Mare, lti bands high; white stripe on the face, near foot white, and the off hind one the same ; badly knee sprung; the wagon deep side-.running part painted red, body black, with no curtains on; was birod by a mun about A If. 10, dark skin, soft hat and black coat. A liberal reward will bo paid for the horse and wagon, likewise tbe thief. WILLIAM M. D'GRAW, Woodbridge Hotel, Wood bridge, N. J. * w ATC1I LOST.?A LADY'S WATCH. MADE BY I'utek A Philip, Geneva, marked inside M. P. Crane; was lost Thursday afternoon, in going from West Forty-ninth street to Enst Forty fifth street. The finder will receive asult 53 West Forty South street. able rownr.l by leaving tbe same at No. 53 West Forty ninth HUCKLIN, CRANK 4 CO., 45So ' REWARDS. $tZ REWARD FOR RETURN OF SLATE COLORED >) rough Terrier to 20 West Thirty-sixth stroet; lost Sat urday evening. REWARD. ? LOST, NEWFOUNDLAND DOG. ') marked with white. The ahovo reward will bo paid for returning him to No. 34 West Forty-ninth street. dhl A REWARD?FOR RETURN OF BOOKS OF CEN ?1U tral Verela L O. O. F.. left on Second avenuq car, Friday morning. O. D. MEINEN,,274 Grand street. SPECIAL NOTICES. American institute.?a regular meeting of this Institute will be held in tbo hall of tho New York Historical Society, corner of Second avenue and Elev enth street, on Thursday, tho 14th day of October, at S o'clock P. M. CI1AS. McK. LROSER, Recording Secrotary. A -SODA WATER MINERAL WATERS, GINGER ? Ales, sparkling Wines; manufacture of complete out fits of Apparatus and Materials with hill Instructions' all departments of manufacture, bottling and dispensing; ex r jus lye Rights ill desirable territory; catologues free. JOHN MATTHEWS, First avenue, Twenty-sixth and Twenty sev enth streets. New York. A SPECIAL NOTICE.?MUSCULAR OR NERVOUS debility, indiscretions of youth and manhood radically and permanently cured by Dr. L. J. KAHX, M. D., principal und proprietor of Dr. Kahn'l mtgnillecut Museum of Art ?fid Science, 088 Broadway. Residence, 51 East Tenth street, between Broadway und University place. New York. Hours of consultation from 10 A. M. till 2 P. M. und from 6 till 8 P. M ., or by appointment. A?ISAAC G. BOYCK. 237 BROADWAY. LAWYER, . Notary. Commissioner.?Divorces obtained promptly without publicity; causes?desertion, incompatibility, ha bitual drunkenness, infidelity, inhuman treatment, couvic tlou of felony. Passports ofitainod. A DVI5RTISE IN THE EVENING TELEGRAM. ANY PERSON CONTROLLING LARGE BLOCKS OF life insurance stock can find a cash purchaser aud be treated confidentially by addressing N. B., lleruM office. A?DEBILITY BROUGHT ON BY INDISCRETIONS . and discuses of men speedily mid radically cured by UKNRY A. DANIELS, M. D., 144 Lexington avenue, near Twenty-ninth streot. Office hours. 8 to 3. Afflicted, take notice!?all those he quiring important surgical or medical treatment, from whatever cuuso, speedily cured bv Dr. II. D. GR1NDLE, 142 West Forty-eighth si., between Sixth and Seventh svs A -OFFICIAL DRAWINGS OF THE KENTUCKY . State Lotteries. KJIXTOCKT, KXTItA CLASS (17?OOTOBEH 9, 1875. 48, 43, !>, 73, 34, 49, 00, 45, 50, 54, 10. 55, 73, 61. KKJITL'CKY, CLASS 68?OCTOBKK 0, 1875. 18, 63, 41. 73, 118, 61, 7, 75. 0, 50, 65, 49, 20, 15. ,j. S. SMITH A CO., Managers, Covington, Ky. I'ost office box 2,751 New York. A?PARKS, EMERSON A CO., AGENTS FOR ? Kentucky State Lotteries, drawn vailr. Royal Havana Lottery, drawn every 17 day*. Krntncky Single Number Lottery, drawn Oot. 80, 1875, Prises ensiled, information furnished and circulars sent by addressing PARKS A CO., 1 HO Broadway, room 4; I'ost office box 5,272. Private office attached. Office hours, 7 A. M. to 7 P. M. AA.A.?CENTENNIAL CHANGE.?PEE ADVERTISE . roent in to-day's Herald "Business Opportunities" column. American vocal i.nstitutk, ios waverley place, New York.?The radical cure ot Stammering and Stuttering by a system of instruction founded upon correct Stuttering by a system or instruction lonnrteil upon ci physiological principles a specialty. Send for circular. (T -CHRONIC CATARRH ; DEAFNESS, NEURALGIA. J% Dr. KKCK'S wonderful method cures every esse. No 8 West Fourteenth street.. New York. Beware of Impos. ters. Dr. J. C. KECK, Originator. Diseases of men and important medical und Surgical. Cases a specialty. HENRY A. DAN IELS, M. 1)., 144 Lexington avenue, near Twenty-ninth street. Ofiico hours from 8 to 3. Havana lottery.-$540,000 in prizes every fifteen days. Next drawing October lti. l'rir.os cashed. Circulars of Information free. FERNANDEZ ,k CO., Bank ers (late J. B Marlines A Co.), 10 Wall street, rear base ment ; Post office box 4,994. K?OFFICIAL DRAWING OF THE KENTUCKY . State Lotteries. SIMMONS, DICKINSON* CO., Managers.?KKNTUCKV, KXTKA CLASS NO. 879?OCTOBKK !'. 1875.?45, 77, 34, 76, 4B, 28. 6(1, 20, 39, 78, 57, 59, 65. KXNTCCKY, CLASS xo. 580?OCTO"Kit 9, 1875.?39, 40, 69, 13, 50, 03, 15, 71. 2, 1, 17. 68 29. 1IRNUY, KXTKA CLASS WO. 665?ocniniu 9, 1875.?53, 27, 43, 46, 78, 77, 56, 58, 54, 50, 71, 26, 69i 1IKNRT, CLASS NO. (WO-OCTOBKR 9, 1875.-65, 36, 8, 04, 62, 12, 16, 33, 15. 59 11, 76. 53. Full information by applying to or addressing J. CLUTIi, 200 Broadway, or Post office box 4,909. K -SIMMONS, DICKINSON* CO.'S GRAND HONTH ? ly distribution of the Kentucky State on Havana plan, t i lie drawn October 30; aLo Royal Havana of Cuba, drawn October 19. Full Information by applying to or nd . 4 969 dressing J. CLUTE, 200 Broadway, or box 4,909 Post offleo. K?CHRONIC CATARRH, DEAFNESS.?NEW AND ? startling discovery ; instantaneous relief; worst cases permanently eared; pat.out* treated at a distance; consul tation free. Dr. STODDARD, No, 8 West Fourteenth street. MME. RESTEER, PROFESSOR OF MIDWIFERY, can be consulted as usual. No charge for advice. No. I East Fifty-second street. N TEW YORK LIFE. THE EVENING TELEORAM. 0 I,I> SILVER COIN8 FOR SALE.?APl'LY AT 108 Bowery, in the store. POLITICAL PRINTING A SPECIALTY. JL Posters in colors on the shortest notice. Tickets printed liy the Pillion. Snipes, Ac. R OYAL HAVANA LOTTERY.-$.H0.(S*) DRAWN every 15 days. Next drawing October 19. Prtsci cashed ; circulars of information furnished; highest rates paid for Spanish Hank Hills, Governments, Ac., Ac. TAYLOR A CO., Bunkers, No. 11 Wall street, New York. R OYAL HAVANA LOTTERY, Royal Saxon llovcrnmeiit Lottery. Hamburg Brunswick Government Lotteries. WAC1ISMANN A CO., Hunkers, Post offico box 3,316. 75 end 77 Nassau street. That exquisite perfume, dkexki.'s Vienna Hell Cologne, is gaining widespread popularity. Every consumer of cologne should try it. For sale by ell druggists. The loankrs' hank of the city of new York, October 1, 1875.?The annual election of directors of this hank will hb hold at their banking house, No. 22 Nas sau street, on Toesday, the twelfth (12) day of October, Inst., between the hours of 1 and 2 o'clock P. M. DORR RUSSELL, President. The public ark hereby notified that THE FOLLOWING PLACES ARK THE ONLY AUTHORIZED OFFICES FOR THE RECEIPT OF ADVEkTISEMKNTS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD:? BROADWAY. CORNER ANN STREET. 1,205 BROADWAY. 580 SIXTH AVENUE. lit SOUTH SIXTH STREET, PHILADELPHIA. CORNER BOE1IUM AND FULTON STREETS, BROOK LYN. Tim NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE FOR WOMEN ? Reunion and opening exercises Tuesday evening, Octo ber 12, at s o'clock. 301 Lexington avenue, corner Thirty seventh street. ' The obeat new frencii system of medical electricity.?D WM. end EMMA II. BRITTEN, the celebrated Electrical Physicians from Boston, examine and treat every disease, however hopclusa, on the above system with unparalleled success. 200 West Thirty eighth stredt. TO THE AFFLICTED.?IMMEDIATE SUCCESSFUL treatment, either medical or surgical, from whatever cause, is assured at the offlce of Dr. A. M. M AURICEAU, 120 Liberty street. The metropolitan printing establishment Is at 310 Broadway, In the Herald Building. J gl; six for $5. Havana Lottery draws October 19. Tickets V*,!1!?! )' ilx f?r $5. Prises cashed. Circulars mailed freo. ALLEN A CO.. 79 Nassau street. ionn 000 ?WYOMING STATE LOTTERY, draws October 15; Tickets, $1, six for *.<; Capita Prise, $50,000. Address by mall J. M PATTEE, yo*nlng. For Information call on U. LOWE, 334 Broadway, opposite Post ofilce. ift540 000 -RoYAr' HAVANA LOTTEPY mi ,, r * DrV'" ev??7 ElReon Days. Circu:ars, with full particulars, sent free. ... a,, , . r 0. DEVLIN A CO, Stationers and General Agents, 30 Liberty st., New York. Q.RISWOLD'8 MTORAOK. *1 w?rehonee, u i , , ,? , 1J Washington place. Household Furniture carefully itored and gnerded at mod erate rates. Sections rented by tlio month or qnarter. Fur niture rece veil lor sale oa commieeion and placed in thn eoacious swleiroons. T, A. FULLER. SW)RTI#G-DOG?, BIRDS, &C. \ received from tub morthamptok JnL, Dos Show (England), tho flnest uxsortinsnt of Scotch, Sky? and Dandy Diamond Trrriers ever brought to thin country. Fur sale at L. X. M VEILS', 3 Went Third street. 11*0R 8ALE-A FINK MUZZLE LOADER DUCK GUN; eight bore, hard shooter, cheap. H. DAVIS, 50 New Bowery. IMPORT SALE OF TUB FINEST GUNS. by J EKE. JOHNSON, Jr., on Tuesday. See oor notice under Auction hood. OECOND HAND SCOTT l!REECiILOAI)EU-TOP O action; double Colt, pistol grip, case aud Implement* complete; also 12-hore Ureeciiloador, in case, and 10-bore, witli implements. Don't miss this lot. II. C. SQUIRES, No. 1 Cortlamli street. 10 THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD: Dear Sir?I regret to state thutAhe boat race between my boat, the Addle Taylor, and the Chemung, the property oi Mr. John Meeker, of l'orth Amboy, will not be sailed tliie day (Monday) from the Idle Hour, Greenville, us was antici pated, lit ounscauence of Mr. Meeker backing out; and nut until Salunluv did I know tliut he was afraid to complete the mulch, or notice to tliut effect would have been published earlier. Respectfully yours, N. D. TAYLOR. THE TURF. A T WEST SIDE DRIVING PARK, JERSEY C1TY j\. Trotting October 12, 13 and 1-1, 2 I*. M ? October 12 2 ;3S cluss tilled with eight entries; 2 :50 class left open to flip at thn track. October 13, double teams fllled with seven entries; 2:44 class not tilled and left oncn. Octobor 14,2:34 cla^gtilled with nine entries, aud 3 mlnnte clas* filled with eleven entries. Admlsstou $1; ladles free. Stagos from cars direct to track. VANKBUREN k HlltDSALL. A MERICAN JOCKEY CLUB, l\. Full Meeting. 1875. at Jcrvuie Park. ? 2d, 5th, 8th, 9th, 12th, 14th and ldtli dnys of OUTOBER. Races commence each day punctually at 1 :30 P. M. C. WUKATbHY, Secretary. A. BELMONT. President. A UCTION AND FRENCH POOLS SOLD MORNING 2V ami evening at THOMAS' Exchange, 1.289 Broadway, during tho running meeting at Jerome Park; alto on tho Ohio election. French pools open until 1 -.30 P. M.; tickets $3 each. Prompt attention given to order* by mall or messen ger. AUCTION AND FRENCH POOLS SOLD THIS .A. morning and evening on the Trots at Philadelphia and tho Ohio Election. French Pools open at 7 A. M. NEW YORK TURF EXCHANGE, 15 West Twenty-eighth street. A UCTION AND FRENCH POOLS SOLI) AT THE NEW .XI. York Turf Exchange this evening and every morning, afternoon and evening during tho meeting ou the races til JEROME PARK. THE RESULT OF BACH RACE received Immediately After it is decided. ORDERS BY MAIL or messenger promptly Bllod. FRENCH POOLS upon at 7 A. M. Close at 1 :30 P. M. KKLIA', BLISS A CO., 15 West Twuuty-eighth at. Auction and French pools sold every morning and evening this week at Johnsons1 Rooms, corner Broadway and Twenty-eighth street, on the running races at Jerome Pork uml the trots at Philadelphia; also nil day Monday and Ttuviday on tho Ohio State election. Fall returns by saecinl correspondent. All orders bv muil 71 receivo particular attention. French or messengur will receivo particular attention, pools open at 7 A. M. T. B. k W. H. JOHNSON QLIFTON RACES. THE PASSAIC COUNTY FAIR GROUnTpTaSSOCIATION, of Peterson. N. J., will hold Full Meeting, .October 12, 13 and 14, 1875, on their track at Clifton, one block from the Krle Railroad. First day, Tuesday, October 12, 1875. l'urae No. 1?2 :35 class. ENTRIES. Isaac Pawling enters b. g. Jim Moflitt. D. B. Goll'enters b. m. Lady Wood*. John Minchen enters b. s. Lumberman. Alexander Patterson enter* b. m. Mastcrl?y. P. Mane* enters b. g. Ilarry Irving. A. C. Johnson enters oh. m. Mary. Dr. E. H. Heard enters Ellen Mary. Harry U. Ecko enter* ch. g. Silver Tail, L. E. Dunham enters d. g. Don. Graham k Post enters b. m. Peterson Girl. Racos will commcnco promptly at 2 P. M. K. A. HALEY. Secretary. A. D. WINFIKLD, Treasurer. PROSPECT PARK FAIR GROUND ASSOCIATION, FIRST FALL MEETING, FOURTH DAY-MONDAY OCTOBER 11. l'urse No. 7?2 :38 cla.su, IV) entries. Purse No. 8?Double Team class. John Murphy enters blk. g. Dick Crocker. John Murphy enters blk. g. Ned Forrest. W. Woolsey entrrs b. m. Princess. W. Woolsey outers b. m. Hartford Hello W. C. Trimble enters oh. m. Music. W. C. Trimble enters*, g. Harry Gilbert. Races commence each day et 2 o'clock prompt, good day and track. Steam cars louvo Twentieth struct and Ninth avenue every half hour. K. O. READ, President. IW. I ~ ? Gkobuk w. Oaklky, Superintendent. $19,000 Grandest Trotting Meeting of the year, at TOINT BREEZE PARK, PHILADELPHIA. October 12, 13, 14 and 15, when will be exhibited the largest collection of the most noted flyers of tho trotting turf ever congregated together. October 12?2 :3H class ; punso $3,01)0.?Dan Bryant. Flora Windsor, Modoc, Bay Jaok, T. B. French, Ella, Countess, Delhi, Alley. 2 20 class; purse $2.500.?Henry. Kami, Ade laide, Ncrea, Kansas Chief, Thomas L. Young, Sensation. October 13?2:31 class; purse$2,000.?Billy Ray, Llttlo Dor ritt. Lady Darls, General, Slowgo Charlie Mock, Jericho Lookout, AMdrew, Prospcro, Little Mary, Ilarry Krrin, Lottie. 2 :2<> class; parse $2,00(1.?Gray Chief. Joe Brown, Ella Mad den, Sir W. Wallace, Barney Kelly, Royal George, Hannah D.. Nciliu Walton, Aunio Collins. October 14?2:45class, purse f 1,51)0?Melissa, Stiletto, Emma A., Florence^ Countess, ,ady Doniols, Delhi. 2 :23 class, nurse $2,000?Unknown, Ncrea, Frank J., Blanche, G. B. Daniels, Orient, Comee, Bonner, Prairie Boy, Observer, Fred Hooper. October 15?2:34 class, purse $2,000?Bay. Dan Bryant, C. M. licndlc, T. A., Bay Jack, Maggie M., Laura Williams, Lookout, Andy Johnson, Andrew, Harry Krvin, Frank Munsen. Free-for-all Parse $3,000?Hopeful, Ladj Maud, Lucille Oolddust. 229class purse, $2,OlJo?Jock Draper, Billy Ray, Richard, Sleepy Joe, (ji, Wallace, Frank Palmer, Columbia Chief, Slowgo. Lady White, Prospcro, Benquo, Coronor K., Bateuian, Weber?all for t rotting mile heats, best 3 In 5, in harness. Admission, $1. Tickets for sale nt the gates. A. BY VIRTUE OF A CHATTKI, MORTGAGE and several executions to me diroetod, I will expose for tale BY PUBLIC AUCTION. TO MORROW (TUKSI)AY), OCTOBER 12. AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK IN THE FORENOON, AT THE PRIVATE STABLE OF J. EDWARD CORY, KSO.. NO 152 EAST 22D ST , BETWEEN 3D AND LKXINO TON AVENUES, the following valuable Horses, t'a Hares, Harness, Ac.: Including one of tbo finest gentleman s Roadsters in New York, In color a Bright sorrel with silver mane and tall, about 15.3 hands high, 0 years old, and was sired by D'Orsay Gold dust, dam by Alexander's Edwin Forrest: is a very rapid going Horse, and eanuot fail to make one or the fastest trot ters In the country; can tmt now hotter than 2 :80 and lias had but very little handling; he Is perfect, and a stylish driver In all harness and Is warranted sound and kind. Also the fast and "handsome sorrel trotting gelding Un known ; ISI* hands high, 6 years old; was sired bv Alexander's Norman, sire of the noted trotting mare Lu Lu; record of 2:15; dam by Mambrino l'atehen; he Is very powerfully caited; no road too long for liitn; he can now trot all his beats in 2:30, and has had but very little track work and owner has no hesitation on saying that with good care and proper track work lie will trot in 2:2U or better; he is fully warranted sound and kind. Also n fine anil fast bay trotting Mare 15.2b, hands high, 8 years old; was sired by 11. B. l'atehen, dam by May Day; she has four white stocking*; Is muscular and powerfully built; can trot 3 miles in 15 minutes and can trot n rullo on day of sale on any track in 2:40; she Is fully warranted sound aud kind. Fast and handsome bright bay Mare, 15C' hands high, 7 years old; was sired by Volunteer, dam by Dutchess County Bashaw: was raised by Major Thornton, of Uoughkeepsle, N Y.; she has lino and handsome head, long, arched neck, clean limbs, line, sound foot, and trotted at 4 yoars old in 2 :43; trotted last lall on Fleetwood track In 2i26M and re peated In 2:20; she was then matched to trot Colonel McCo mack's horse, of Baltimore, and received forfeit; she is one of the fastest and most promising young horses that stands In the city to day, and if alio gets In proper hands and prop erly trained will rank with the best horses In the country; she is warranted sound, kind and free from vice, trick or fault; she is lie puller or lugger; doesnot fret when In company, but is a steady, prompt and reliable driver and very stylish in harness; has great endurance; an excellent pole mare and with her cxtru speed, puro gait and pedigree combined, makes her vnluxblo for track purposes, anil her docile anil gentlo disposition makns her at) Invaluahlo gentleman's roadster, as any lady or child can handle her with pcrfoct safety. Also 3 top Wagons, I open Wagon, t I'ony Phaeton, pri vate build; 3 sets of single Harness, 1 set double Hurucst, elegant Blankets, Robes, ,1c., Ac. SALE POSITIVE, RAIN OR SHINE, TO HIGHEST BIDDER. N B.?STOCK CAN NOW BE SEEN AT STABLE AS ABOVE PERMITS CAN BE OBTAINED AT THE OFFICES OF CORNELIUS FARLKY, CITY MARSHAL AND ATTORNEY FOR MORTOAOEE. OFFICES. FIFTY SEVENTH STREET DISTRICT COURT AND HO NASSAU STREET. HOUSES, C'AKIUAGES, AC. A TEAM OF SUPERB BLACKS, WITH PHAETON? Cost $3,000; price $1,000; 10't hands and warranted' Team and details at HARNETT'S I? East Thirtieth strcot. A?VERY LIGHT GLASS FRONT PARTITION COUPE . Rockaways, quite new, for $300, $350 aud $400; sev eral second hand Carriages taken in exchange: Landaus, Lamlaulets, Ac. HAM, 10 East Fourth street. A-WAU0N8 FOR EXPRESS OR GROCERY BU8I ? ileus, bakers, milk, venders, paper boxes, dry goods aud delivery; Wagons, now and second hand, from $50 to $'.ss), at wagon manufactory, 220 Sttring stroet. A -FOR SALE VERY LOW, THE MOST PERFECT < and handsomest gentleman's Turnout In tho city; Horse, dork hay, 8 years old, 15>$ hands; trots In 2:")0; war ranted sound and kind. Good top Buggy and Harrises. Also a handsome extension top Phaeton. At private stable 33 East Twelfth st? between Broadway and University place. A -THREE HORSES, SUITABLE FOR ANY KIND OF . business; also, one superior driving Horse; can trot a mile In 2 ; 50; sold at a sacrifice. Inquire 40 Wooster street. A STYLISH SORREL MAKE FOR 8ALE-15 HANDS, x\. H years; good steppor; sound; will he sold cheap, for waut of use only. 37 Greenwich avonuo, corner Charles st. A -WILL SELL AT A BARGAIN, ONE PAIR OP ? very line young Horses, 8 and 7 years old, 15)4 bunds; sound and kind; suitable for carriage or family use ; one Is a Jet black aud one a bay: will sell separate or together; also one Pony Phaeton, with ton; single and double Har ness; alio one four-wheel Dog Cart, with coupe or rock away Harness. Call at No. 13 Fifteenth etreat, between Broadway and Fifth avenue, for three days. 4 FINE MARE, BAY, 15* HANDS, 8 YEARS, Xl. trots in 3 minutes, kind, gentlo and sound, lady can drive, at $3iX); also top Wagou and Harness, cheap. Rich ards'! Maro Stable, 142 West Thirty seventh street. GENTLEMAN OFFERS TIIE FOLLOWING HORSES and Wagons st a sacrifice :?Bay Gelding, 18 hands, trpts 2 ;35; bay Mare, 15)4 hands, beats 2:45; two top side Bar Wagons; aide bar Road Wagons; double and single Harness; would take Furuituro In part payment. 134 West Forty ninth street. A HORNED, CARRIAGBS, ?W. At auction, to-morrow (TUESDAY*. october 12, AT lOO'OLOOIC. BY TAN TASSKLL ,t KEARNEY, AT THEIR MART, 110 and 112 Eur Thirteenth street. ELEGANT DAPPLE OKAY COUPE HOROE, 16? hands luifli, 7 years old, kind aud trim in all harness, free from vice, very stylish, fears nothing, is In every respect ii superior coupe or family carriage horse, and warranted sound', also, an elegant ENGLISH COUPE, NEARLY NEW. AND COUPE, IN PERFECT ORDER, 11UILT BY WOOD It ROB. CURTAIN COUCH, HUILT ?Y MINER A .STEVENS. Two sets Don!.to Harness, Hlankets. Ac. The property of a private family about to loavo the city. AT a GREAT BARGAIN, One light Lan.Unlet, In Ann order. A. T. DKMARKST A CO., 628 and 030 Broadway. At great bargains. Our entire stock of elegant Pall and Winter Carriages, tho largest and most complete stock in this city. Prises greatly reduced. A. T. DKMARKST A CO., 02H and 630 Broadway. A BOB. JOHNSTON, AUCTIONEER. AT AUCTION To.MORROW, ELEGANT FAMILY ESTABLISHMENT. LANDAU, .MOROCCO LINED, NEARLY NEW, by Brewster, of Broome street. ELEGANT TEAM OP BROWN CARRIAGE IIORSKS; uotto more stylish in the city SET ELEGANT SILVER MOUNTED DOUBLE HARNESS, AT ARCH. JOHNSTON'S MART, 10 to 25 Thirteenth street, near University place. On exhibition to-day. A A-POR SALE, 5 CHUNKY BUILT HORSES, FIT ? for farming, milkman or express purposes or general use ; a trial allowed to satisfy everybody. Inquire at 55 South Fifth avenue, beta-eon Houston and Bloecker streets. -I OFFER ON ACCOUNT OF MY HUS ? band's death, four Ilorses, suitable for truck, grocer' milkmen or any business, at half value. 376 Bowery, oppo site Fifth street, rcur stable, A ?$275 FOR A BEAUTIFUL LEATHER TOP HIGH Jx.? patent wbeelod Pony Phaeton anil single Harness, Sweat Blanket, Lap Robe nud Whip. Cost $>H7 50; been used ton times. Inquire of GEORGE, for l>r. Raymond's things, at tho Oluh. No. 6 Eighteenth street, one door east of FinS avenue, for three days. A -TWO PONY BUILT HORSES; ALSO TRUCK ? Horses, cheap; young and sound; $50 to $100; also Dirt Cart: two Express Wagons, $20 50 each; Harness. 10 Chrystie street, saloon, A?ONE OF THE FINEST SOitllEL HORSES IN THE ? city; 16 hands high; 6 years old: warranted sound anil kind; also a very handsome top Pony Phaeton. No. 5 West Thirteenth streot. Bargains in second hand carriages. A Coupe, A Land unlet, A Curtain Coach, A Clarence, A four scat l'haeton, A light Aaloehe, A two wheel Dog Cart, A four scat Wagon. All In ttrst rate order and at low prices. WUOD BROTHERS, 740 Broadway. LAKNETS. BLANKETS, BLANKETS FOR DRESS, road, truck and stahlo, from $1 40 up. Call and examine. WM. II. GRAY, 20 and 22 W,Sister street. B B OAHD PGR HORSES?GOOD STABLING; 75 ACRES pasture ; best reference; road horses driven If desired. WM. T. CARPENTER, Red Spring, Glen Cove, L. I. Best accommodations in tmf, city for boarding horses, at Arsenal Stables, Thirty-fifth street, between Broadway and Seventh avenue; price $30 per mouth; large box stalls, $*15. L. J. BERNSTEIN. Proprietor. CNOAOI1ES, CLARENCES, LANDAUS, PHAETONS, J Britckae, eix-seat family Rockaways, Coupe Rockaways. light Curtain Rockaways, Coupes, Ac.; large assortment or second hand top and open Road W aeons, full spring and side liar, froto $40 up; Su I keys, by Canroy; Harness, Harness, liuiuCMa, from $10 up; Whips, Ac. WM. 11. GRAY. 20 and 22 Wooster street. C50ACII FOR SALE?A LEATHER QUARTERED ) Coach, In good order, made by Brewster. Apply at pri vate stable 126 West Seventeenth street. Donkey.?wanted one accustomed to oiiil dren, gentle uml well trained to ride or drive, for a boy 10 roars old; will purchase either with or without harness and wagon. Address, with particulars, E. D. WOODRUFF, Auburn, N. Y. TALEOANT PORTLAND CUTTERS AND FAMILY JCJ SLEIGHS. Three Coupes, in good or-lor: three-qnarter Clarence, by Brewster A Oo.; Coupe Rockaways; six-seat Rock aw ay, by Miner A Stevens; Bxroucho, by Brewster A Co.; Victoria, by Moore; top rood Wagons, by Brewster A Stivers; I'hao tons, Rockaways, Depot Wagons, Harness, Blankets, Robes, Ac., Ac., at private salu, bv VAN TASSKLI, A KEARNEY. 1U) und 112 East Thirteenth street. JgDWARD SCUENCK. AUCTIONEER. Elegant Horses, Clarences, Coupe, Park Phaeton, Har ness, Robot, Ac., at tho private stahlo No. 142 West Eigh tuentli street, by EDWARD SCUENCK, on Wednesday morning, at t-Aqo elocK.w at>?si?t ah in blood hay Ilorses, blHck points, 16 hands, ? years old, and no older, flue style anu.acthm, ana believed ta be without ttnv fault or blemish: a handsome Clarence, by J. 11. Brewster x Co.,.morocco and satin linings, in perfect order; an extra fine Coupe, by Brad ley, l'ray A Co., morocco linings, in perfect order; Park l'haeton, by Corbctt a Scharch. in perfect order ; Harness of the finest make, both double uml single; also elegant Robes, Blankets, Ao, Private offers will bo received any tlino previous to tho sale at the stable, where the establish Bailment may be aeon at any time. 15 LEO ANT LANDAU. BREWSTER, OF BROOME J STREET, LINED WITH MOROCCO, NEARLY NEW, AT PRIVATE SALE, AT ARCH. JOHNSTON'S MART. 1U TO 25 THIRTEENTH STREET, NKAIt UNIVERSITY PLACE. - I NOR SALE?TWO CANADIAN PONIES AND ONE ' work Horse; warranted sound and kind; price $65, $75 and $80; also two business Wagons and Harness. Inquire at 153 South Fifth avenno. FOR SALE-FOUR IIORSKS, FROM SIX TO NINE years; suitable for express, truck or any business; also one llorse. Truck ami Harness. 21 Gansevoort street, near Hudson streot, ice stable. ? FOIt SALE-OR WILL EXCHANGE FOR LIQUORS, Wine or Cigars, a gentleman's Turnout, consisting of gray Mare, top Road Wagon, Harness, Robot, Ac. Inquire of ^TAPPERS BROS., 261 West Twenty sevonth street. FOR SALE-MUST SELL AT SACRIFICE; BAY Horse, lOU hands, 8 years; salt truck, cart or any busi ness; warranted sound and kind; no work. 167 Christopher street. For sale?an elegant coupe, with on with. out Harness, Hone*. Ac. Apply at Merchants' stables, Twenty-ninth at root nnd Broadway. For sale?a fine side bar road wagon-, also two toy Wagons, one full spring. Apply at 1,323 Broadway. [TIOR SALE VERY CHEAP?A LARGE PLATFORM spring top Wage*( also largo yonng Ilorso and good noes. Call, Harness. Call, for two days, at COOK'S stables, 1,393 Broadway. H ARNES8.?LOWEST PRICE HARNESS STORE IN New York.?Good buggy Harness, band tnado, $14; good grocer's Harness, $34; good milkman's Harness, $28; good double truck Harness, $33; liariioss made to order; call ami see for yourselves. C. H. JOLLKY, Manufacturer, 43 Murray street. Handsome small black mare and oood shaped shifting ton Wagon; owner has no further use for them. Apply at Meat Side Stubles, 315West Fifteenth street; owner can bo seen, after 0 P. M., at 9J5 West Fif teenth street. Harness.?the cheapest harness stoke in New York; good Buggy Harm's., hand made, $13; good Grocer's Harness. $25; good Milkman's Harness, $30; Double Truck Harness. $30; good Stable Blankets, $1 50. Please call and examine for yourselves. FISHER A OSBOKNE, 71 Barclay street. New York. Horse, truck and harness for rale?all in llrst class order; will soli separately. Apply at 203 West Twentieth street (food store.) Horse blankets, truck blankets, dress blankets, stable blankets, By the bale or singlo one, at prices which can't be beat. Harness of all kinds, my own make, and warranted hand made. Try me once. K. BARTLETT, 02 Warren street, corner College place. Horse, top grocery or express wagon and llurnesi, flint; Horse, no top expross Wagon and liar lies, S5<); Horse for coal cart or truck, less than hall value. 20 i West Eighteenth street. STABLE?ONE OK THE FINEST IN THE CITY TO let or lease ; rooms fur coachman. Apply on the prem ises lis East Fortieth street, or to II. L. CORTELYOU A CO., 12 John street. ECONP HAND CARRIAGES. Two Clarences, two Landaulets. ono Coupe, $IBS- two kJ Two t larsnces, two Lamluuleti. one troupe, ?irs>; two Coupe Roekaways, one half top Cabriolet, three no top Depot Wagons, eight spring Victoria, Mail Phaeton, Stanhope Phaeton, three half top Phaetons, two T Carts, two wheel Dog Cart, four wheel I)og Cart, top and no top Wagons; some by Urowster A Co., of Broome street, and In fine order. A. 8. ELAND It AU, 3T2 and 374 Broome street. Old stand of Browstcr A Co. fTiHK PUBLIC ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT I THE FOLLOWING PLACES ARE THE ONLY AUTHORIZED OFFICES FOR THE RECEIPT OF ADVERTISEMENTS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD: BROADWAY. CORNER ANN STREET, list BROADWAY. 530 SIXTH AVENUE. 114 SOUTH SIXTH STREET, PHILADELPHIA. CORNER FULTON AND BOKBUM STREETS, BROOK LYN. TO RENT REASONABLY?PART OF A FIRST CLAM Stable: evory convenience: room for three horses, two carriages, Ac. Apply at 475 Fourth avenua, near Thirty second street. Wanted?to buy on time, with security, nn? Land unlet, one Coupti and one T Cart, of first cltus make and In good coudltion. Address O. A., Herald Uptown Branch office. w ANTED?ONE heat SHAY IN OOOD ORDER! state lowest cash price. Address M. C.. station P. db~|fWV WILL BUY GOOD CANADIAN MARE, fl tjpJLUU years, sound, kind, true; suitable for almost any baatnesa: Butcher Cart Harness, cheap for want of uso. 233 Ninth avauuo. $2 -Q FOR A VERY STYLISH: LEATHER SHIFTINO top road Wagon, with Harness to match, sweat Blanket, Up llohe and Whip; this Is the cheapest rig In the State ; It cost, two months ago, $525. Also one single seat Oi.Mt.tv, it tisx/na?sa? ?H", t" '? t"" "?? ?sh^ii' .? a road Wagon ; will selljor hall ..f Its ortgiual cost. Inquire at MS" " "** " * private -table N?. 13 Bast Fifteenth street. WANTED TO PURCHASE. J JOTEL WANTED.?MAN AGEMENT, LEASE OR FUR nlture purchased; location not particular; good rlasa of trade desired; best relereuce. Address, with particulars, 0. M. Herald office. KALE8 AT AUCTION. Auction notice. Catalogue of elegant HonsohoW Furniture, Pianoforte, ('upeti, Ac., ut pul.liv auction, Monday morning, October 11,MMMMM at l"1-, o'clock, at private residence, lkN> West 23d at., near But av., namely ? 2 magnificent roaeao id Pianofortes, one Checkering. 4 rich Parlor Suite, rep* and aatiu. 3 (lentre Table*, I do. Library. 1 rosewood Ktagere, French Mirrors. 4 Window I,ace Curtains. 2 I'ier Mirrors, 2 Mantel. 22 tine Oil Puintiuga, Ac. 14 real iironr.es and Biaqne Figures. 3 Bookcases, Writinir Desk and Drawers. 2 French Clocks, nm 30 days. 3 Turkish Chairs, 2 Lounges. 2 gilt Flower Stands. 6(?> yards relvet and Brussels Carpet*. 1 French China Dinner Set, 2 Tea Sets. 2i?) pieces thit (ilass Ware and Cutlery. 3 Extension Tables, i Buffet. IK Dining Chairs, 2 Sofas. 40 pieces Shoflield plated Ware. 14 Bedroom Suits, complete Heddlnjr. 2S hair and spring Mattresacs. Blankets, Ac. 1 chairs. 3<i assorted chairs, Hoekers, Ac. Also complete Basement and Kitchen Utensils; assortment of Furnitnre for servants' apartment. Catalogue comprises 400 lots. This Is the largest sate of the season. LUKK FITZGERALD, Auctioneer. Auction sale, this day. T1IIS (MONDAY) MORNING. October 11, commencing at 10 o'clock. Handsome Household Furniture. Pianofortes, Bronzes, ut the five story brown stone mansion No. 47 West 10th si,, between 5th and Otli m Parlor, Drawing Room, Library, Chamber and Dining Furnitnre complete, consisting of two marnlAoent rosewood i a?<* i'iunofortes, one four round Chickering, one uprlr'"t 7'., octave Decker A Bros. Three latest style Parlor Suit*, richly carted, covered in rich "dumask satin," brocatcl and tapestry; Centra Tuhles Rosewood Etagercs, Cabinet*. l'luto Mirrors, Easy Chairs; Turkish Loungus; 0.'! flue Oil Paintings, briuiio and bisque Figures, French gilt Mantel HetAJBO-day Clocks, 3 Bookcases, 3 Library Tables, lady 's Writing Desks, Turkish Suit). 15 Bedroom Sets complete, consisting inlaid French walnut and gilt Bedsteads, Dressing Cases Hue Bureaus, WashstunJs. Also single Bedsteads. 33 line hair and spring Mattresses, feather Pillows, Bolsters, Blankets. Rep, plush and haircloth Suits. Marble top Tables, Rockers; 2 Extension Tables, Sideboard; d!ning Chairs in leather; cane Chairs, Crockery, Silverware, lingers' Cutlery, 2)1 volvot, Brussels and Ingrain Carpets, 2 Hall Stands, Kitchen Furniture, Ac.. Ac. N. B.?Sale positive. Catalogues ready. Uonnc open S A. M. ~ 1BEK1 ROBERT 0. CASTIIN, Auctioneer. Take Broadway or 5th aveuuo stagu, University plana or 6th aveuuo cars to 16th st. Goods packed and shipped, city or country, by competent men Auction sale?tuts (MOXDayj morning, at lOJi o'clock, all the ban Isome and useful Household Furniture at the large private house, KB East Thirteenth street, near Fourth avenue, at public auction, to tho hlghowt bidder, without reserve, consisting of satin, brocade, reps and haircloth Parlor Suite, Carpets, rosewood Pianoforte, Paint ings, Curtains, Tables, Clocks, Mirrors, Vases, Bedsteads, Bureaus, Washstends, Dressing Cases, Mattresses, Bedding, Blankets, Quilts, Lounges, sideboard, Extension Table, Glass, China and Silver V? are. Cutlery, Oilcloth, Stoves, Stair Carpets, Ac. Sale positive. J. KRAEMER, Auctioneer. AT M. E. FAVOR'S GENERAL AUCTION AND COM mission IIouso, 13 East Fourteenth street.?Host liga tion for sales of ull kinds of Furniture, Heds, Bedding, Car pets, Mirrors, Pianos, or anything else. Consignments solicited, settlements prompt Send in your goods. On Tuesday, October 12, second hand and new Furniture, Car pets, Mirrors, Crockery, Cutlery, Sewing Machines, Ac. Par ticulars Tuesday. Alfred lloyd. auctioneer-offices 29 Broadway, wilt sell this day, at 10:30 o'clock, tho Gro cery, Milk Route, Horse, Wagon, Ac., 673 Eleventh avuuue, near Forty-eighth street; milkmen and dealers invited. A SSkUNEE'S SALE. IV. PETER BOWB. Auctioneer, THIS DAY, at 10o'clock, at Nob. 42K and 430 East Tenth street, the entire contents of a Carpenter and Builder's Shop, con sisting of 500 Window Frames, large lot of Panel Doors, Lumber for window IVames, Mantles, Door Jambs, Work Bouchos, Saw Benches, cabinetmakers' Benches. Head Casings, Clamps, lot of Lumber. Mortise Machine, Kegs of Nails, Glue, bnndles of Clents, lot of Hardware, Pulleys, Belting, Shaftlnft and Mangers, Iron Safe. Desks, 2 Horses, 3 sets or Harness, lumber ami business wagons. Carriage, light Wagon, Ac. M. J. KEELY, Assignee. Bene f. theall, auctioneer. LARGE AND ATTRACTIVE SALE IN BANK KUPTCY. ELEGANT HOUSEHOLD AND CABINET FURNITURE, being the entire stock of being the entire stock or MESSRS. PORTINOTON BROS., BANKRUPTS, 542 HUDSON STREET, NEAR CHARLES, TO BR POSITIVELY SOLD BY AUCTION, MONDAY AND TUESDAY. OCTOBER 11 AND 12, AT l(li; O'CLOCK EACH DAY. TIIF, STOCK COMPRISES l'ARLOlt SUITS In all variety of designs aud coverings. BEDROOM SUITS, with and without Dressing Cases. DINING ROOM SUITS. Secretary and Library Bookcases, Tables, Sofas, Lounges, fancy Chairs, together with an assortment of miscellaneous Goods, to be positively sold TO SATISFY CREDITORS. Catalogues aud goods are now ready for Inspection, to which wo Invite all our customers and friends, our past reputation being a sufficient guarantee of our work. l'OKTINGTON BROS., 542 Hudson street, near Charles. By AUOTtnv so-Ui av ino.it ouass, medium and other Household Furniture, Goods, Ac., to pay storage, at West Side Storage Wsrerooms, 593 Hudson street (Abingdon square). Large and attractive sale. J. W. CAMPBELL. Jr., Auctioneer, will sell on Tuesday, ?" ' ' if R. October 12, at Westaid* Storage Warerooins, by order of Taggart,proprietor, a large and general assortment of first class and other Household Furniture; large lot select Books, quantity Trunks and Contents; large lot Baggage, other Goods, Ac., about $8,000 worth. Further particulars In Monday's and Tuesday's Herald. Parties wanting bargains should not fail to attend. Positive sale. No reserve. BY PETER BOW, AUCTIONEER?SELLS TUESDAY at 11 o'clock, at No. 170 Lewis street, the Contents of _ first class Liquor Store, consisting of Bar, Counter, 4-puIl Ale Pump, Mirror, Glassware, Fixtures, Ac. BY ROBERT SOMERVILLK, AUCTIONEER, 74 UNIVERSITY FLACK. ARTIST STUDIO EFFECTS. AO., AC. ROBERT SOMERVILLK WILL SELL, BY AUCTION, THIS DAY, MONDAY, OCTOBER II, AT 2 P. it., ALL T1IK FURNITURE, CARPETS. AC., OF THE STUDIO OF THE LATE WILLIAM OLIVER STONE, AT 53 EAST THIRTEENTH STREET. JBDWARD SOHENOK, AUCTIONEER. HANDSOME SECOND HAND 1I0U3EII0LD FUR NITURE, CARPETS. MATTRESSES, BEDDINO, BEDSTEADS, BUREAUS, PARLOR SUITS. IN SATIN AND BHOCATKL, ELEGANT DINING ROOM SUIT IN LEATHER, AC., by HOWARD 8C1IENCK, on Tuesday, 12th Inst., at No. 00 Ijlbcrty street, nt lot- u'olock, ait above, the entire con tents of n Grst clues residence, handsome Wilton and Brus sels OlIHlli I'llrlor and Reception Suits, in satiu and bro cntel; elegant Dining K?om Suit in leather, black walnut Bedsteads, Bureaus, Mattresses, Library and and Secretary Bookcases, Bolsters, French Billows, Tables, Easy Cbalrs, Ac.; also a superb walnut inlaid t.'haniber Suit of Roadstead, Dressing Case, Artnolre and Uommode, cost $1and fully e<iual to uew. The above may be seen on Monday afternoon. ON WEDNESDAY, 13TU INST., at the private stable, No. 112 West Eighteenth street, at 9>? o'clock, clognnt Horses, Carriages, Harness, Ac. For particulars see hand Hones and Carriages. Furniture auction.-Monday, ootobkk u, at 10J^ o'clock, at 229 Third avenue, com-lstlng of all klnda of walnut Hodsteails. Bureaus, Parlor Suits, marble top Tnblos, Mirrors, Lounge and Sofa Beds, cane and wood Chairs, hair Mattresses, spring Beds, Wardrobes, Book cases, hall Stands Extension Tahles, Wm-hitand, ladles' Sewing Tables, Commodes, Flower Stands. At., Ac.; llorse. Harness. H. II. UEICIIERT, Auctioneer. /I KOROK HOLBROOK. AUCTIONEK .?HOLBROOK "r A ROLLINS will sell this day, ut 2 o'clock, at sales rooms, 454 and 456 Cnnal street, a genteel assortment of Household Furniture, Carpets, Oilcloths, Druggets, I'arlor Suits In green tan, crimson reps and haircloth ; black walnut and enamelled Chamber Suits, Bookcases, Wardrobes, marble top aud Extension Tables; pier and mantel Mirrors, Lotiuge* fee-' - " *? " ' and Chairs; Mattresses, feather Beds, Bolsters, Billows, Blankets, Comforters, Spreads, Clocks, Paintings and En gravings. Crockery, Class aud l'lnted Waro; one small sized Billiard Table, Ac. II. D HERTS A SONS, AUCTIONEERS. Office, 17 Bark place and 14 Murray street. HANDSOME. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANO, AC., ON MOXDAY, OCTOBER II, AT 10S' O'CLOCK, AT THE RESIDENCE OF A.- KASTOR, ESQ., NO. 130 EAST SIXTEENTH STREET, ONE DOOR FROM LEXINGTON AVENUE. PARLORS CONTAIN Velvot Carpets, rich ebony and gilt Parlor Suit, In parcean brocatol; lace Curtains, Cormoos, elegant Bronzes and Clocks, Inlaid Cabinets, ktuslc Stand! Easel, J ardlnlori, Con tro and Side Tables, roMWOOd 7 octave Piano, Ac., Ac. CHAMBERS CONTAIN rich walnut Beslsteads, Bureaus, Wardrobes, Armolres, Ixiunges, Easy Chairs, flue (lormsn dowu Beds and Bedding, Bed and Table Linen. Mirrors, Curtains, Ac., Ac. DINING ROOM. Brussels Carpets, walnut Buffet, Extension Table, Cbalrs, Lounge, China, Glass and Silver Ware, Ac.; also all tho handsome bronze Chandeliers and Gas Fixtures In the honse, together with the Kitchen Utensils, with which the sale will commence. Sale positive on ace runt of ownor leaving for Europe. H~~ IT HERTS A HONS, AUCTIONEERS, ? 17 Bark place and 14 Murray St., near uew Post office. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, CARPETS, MIRRORS, PIANOS, AC., ON TUESDAY. OCTOBER 12, AT 10* O'CLOCK. AT RESIDENCE OF J. BERNHEIMER. ESQ., NO. 210 WEST FOURTEENTH STREET, comprising Azmlnster, Moquct and Rrusscls Carpets; pier aud mantel Mirrors, rosewood and walnut Parlor, Chamber, Library aud Dlntngt Room Suit-. Red^ Bedding, large lot Bmnkoll; China, .Glass and of bed aud table Linen and Plated Ware; kitchen Utensils, Ac. Catalogues on Mouday, at office of auctioneers. || B. HERTS A SONS, AUCTIONEERS. 'EXECUTRIX SALE OF FINE FURNITURE, ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, AT 10* O'CLOCK, at the store of the late Theodore Miller (FORMERLY EISKNMENGER A CO.), NO. 1,277 BROADWAY, CORNER THIRTY-FOURTH ST. Messrs. HERTS A SONS will close ont as above tho entire btlsuce remaining unsold of this Ane stock of Parlor Cham her, Library and other Furniture, without any reserve t? olose the business; goods now on exhibition as this will'br positively the last sale. Parlies in want or really Que Fur niture at grrat sacrifice will do wall to attend. T WILL HELL, AT PUBLIC AUCTION. BY ORDER O 1 the Court, on Monday, October 11, 1875, at 4 P M a Forty fourth street and First avenue, the following prot erty :-Three Horses butchers' Truck end Harness, Ac . A<x ?lie one light Road Wagon. C. PAULEY SAIiRS AT ArCTlOlf. Giro. w heeler. auctioneer. I Art Gallery, 53 Liberty street, corner NalW'r street A recent Imjuiriatlon of line French Marble Clocks, brons* SutiutteitM flntra, Bohemian Vase*. beautiful I'ariaa marble Droit pee, Ac ; elegant French china Dinner. Tea and l>ea??rt Sets, in new uml handsome pattern*; Mintoti Til* Flower Boxes for Wludowl, Musical Boxes, Ac. Th*y will be aold at auction to-day at ia O'CLOCK. ___? J ERE. JOHNSON, JR., AUCTIONEER, Furniture, Merchandise an<l Fine Art* Salesroom^ 37 Naasau atreot. ON TUESDAY. AT TWELVE O'CLOCK. GREAT SALE oi (JUN8 (?BEECH AND MUZZLE LOADERS. IN COXSEQUKNCK OK THE FAILURE OF A LONDON HOUSE. THE AGENTS HEBE ARB INSTRUCTED TO CLOSE their consignment. and have directed ui to dispose of tin invoice of the finest guns ever offered for public competition. They comprise, aa will be seen on luspctiou. sotuu of the finest nuns to btr found in the market, and a few of the following names will he familiarly known to the I]HHting public, via;? W. A C. SCOTT A SON. W W GREENER. 1?. WF.BLEY A SON, W RICHARDS, JAMES DEXTER, O. 1IUQ1I* and others. 0" Thursday, the halauoe of the fine Honsohold Furnltnr*. Mortgage sale.?thomas j. mcgrath. auC tloneor, will cell this day at 11 o'clock, at No. 190 Var ick street, the Stock and Fixtures of a Grocery Store. Bg. order, John T. Martin, Attorney for Mortgagee. Mortgage sale?thomas gaffney. auction^. eer, will sell this day (Monday), at 10 o'clock, at No. 23S Seventh avenne, In "the forenoon, the Coutents of ? Lager Heor Saloonjcousisting ot liar,Tables. Chairs, Stove aua Cooking Utensils. Ac. DENIS GALVIN, Attorney for Mortgagee. Mortgage balk.?to-day, at ioix o'clock; at No. 122 East (Thirty-eighth street, a large quantity Household Furniture, liy order Attorney for mortgagee. MARSHAL'S SALE.-J. SKEBACHER. AUCTIONEER, will sell this dav. at the salesrooms, 164 Chatham street, at 13 o'clock, a tine lot of Whiskeys, Brandies, Champagnes, Wines, Cigars, Ac. Also a lot ol Office Furniture, one Safe, Ac. I.OUIS LEVY, Marshal. PAWNBROKER'S SALE.?ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 1H at JAMES AGAR'S, SO New Bowery, a largo assortment winter Goods. Dresses, Brochc and plaiu Shawls, Remnants, Quilts, Blankets, Overcoats, frock Coats, l'autalootia, ami \ estl, velvet Cloaks and Bacques, Carpets and various ntlier articles too numerous to mention. By order ol M. Cook, 21? Amity street. PAWNBROKER'S SALE?THOMAS J. M'GRATH, Auctioneer, 158 Chatham street, corner of Mulberry, will sell this day, 11 o'clock. Men's ami Women's Clothing,. Dresses, Shawls, Renin ants. Quilts, Beds, Bedding, Hoots, Shoes, Ac.; also Coats, I'anis and Vests. By order James' Mulvthlll, 10 Mott street. ______ PAWNBROKER'S SALE?R. FIELD, GENERAL AUC-, Honour, salesroom. 60 Hotrery, will sell this day at 1L o'clock, 000 lots mun's ami women's Clothing. Drosses," Shawls. Remnnnts, Underclothing, Quilts, Blankets, Bod ding, Boots, Shoos, Ac , Ac . also Coats, rants and Vests. By orde?J. Fraukel, Oliver street. "PRIVATE LIBRARY SALE. L An nnusually choice and select Private Library, tho property of a lovor and collector of One books, illustrated standard and scarce works In elegant nnil unique bindings, nearly all selected in sheets and bound to order for uio owner, many hand toolod, Ac., Ac. This collection comprises full sols by most all tho principal standard authors, niany largo paper books, scarce private histories, books of en gravings; also a unique collection of Wcsleyana, hymns.IAc., tho whole now on exhibition at tho Clinton Hall Salerooms, to be sold at auction, without rosorve, to the highest bidders, affording an nnusnal ehsiico for book collectors, on Wednes day and Thursday ovonings, October 13 and 14. The Messrs. LEAVITT, Auctioneers. ICHARD WALTERS' S<)N8, AUCTIIINEER& " Marshal's sale of Grocerios, Teas. Liquors, Ac. Will sell on Monday, at 11 o'clock, at salesroom 27 East Broadway, a large assortment of Groceries, vis., green and black Teas, ground and bean Coffeo, Spices, Mustard, Rico, Extracts, Blue, boxes Soap,' Pickles, Cheese, Butter, canned Fruit, Brooms, Champagne, Brandy, Uittors, Sherry, Hone Blankets, Ac.; 4-pull Boer Pump. JOHN T. STEWART, Marshal. Also will sell, by virtue of mortgage, at 10 o'clock sharp, elegant inlaid brass and ebony upright Piano, front Paris; three lino llatracks, grand upright Piano, three Louuges, Tahlos, velvet Cat pets, Glassware, Ac. PETER F. GREENE, Attorney. Richard Walters a son auctioneers, will sell tho Fixtures and Good Will of the CoiTee and Cake Saloon under the Bowery Theatre on this dav at 11 o'clock. ffERMANN, 811E It I FF'S ANDGENERAL AUCTIO N - . eer.?Assignee sale in bankruptcy of Human Hair and Hair Goods, Monday, Oetobor 11, at 11 o'clock, at 13 Bowery, the entire Stork of Nathan Ilurper, bankrupt, consisting ol a large quantity of Human Hair of all kinds; also Switches, Carls. Pompadours, Braids, Rolli, Wsft, Ac. ; also Counters, Shew Cases, Tools and a ftno Safe. By ordor of JOHN H. l'LATT. ESQ.. Assignee. SHERIFF'S SALE?ON WEDNESDAY I3TH INST., AT Elisabeth, N. J.; the valuable Property of Henry Nttnker, situated in Springfield, 18 miles from Now York, consisting of 84 acres of land, tine dwelling, board mill; all in good ordor; well situated for an Investment. Inquire on the premises or to JENNINGS BROTHERS, 352 Pearl street. New York. SHERIFF'S SALE OF GROCERIES, II tfftSE, WAGON, Harness, Ac.? S. MERMAN, Sheriff's Auctioneer, sells, this Monday, October 11, at 12 o'clock M., at the corner of 115th street and First avenue, toe Stock and Fixtures of a Grocery Store, consisting ot Groceries, Teas, Coffee, Sugar, Spices, Soap, Canned Fruit, Ac.; also Fixtures, Horse, IV agon, Harness, Ac. Salo positive. Dealers invited. WILLIAM C. CONNER, Sheriff! Cnas. II. Cooper, Deputy. Also, at 1 o'clock P. M., ut No. 2,109 Second avenue, the Stock and Pixlares of .a first class Confectionery Store. Sale positive. Dealers invited. WILLIAM O. CONNER, Sheriff. Chas. H. Coopkr, Depnty. TUOS. GAFFNEY, AUCTIONEER. OFFICE 17 CEN tre street.? GArFNEY A SMITH sell <m Monday, at 11 o'clock, tho Stock and Fixtures of the Liquor Store 335 East Thirty-secoud street, consisting of a large stock of line Liquors. HE PUBLIC ARE ff ERE BY NOTIFIED THAT THE FOLLOWING PLACES ARE THE ONLY AUTHORIZED OFFICES FOR THE RECEIPT OF" ADVERTISEMENTS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR TUB NEW YORK HERALD;? BROADWAY, CORNER ANN STREET. 1.265 BROADWAY. 530 SIXTH AVENUE. 114 SOUTH SIXTH STREET, PHILADELPHIA. CORNER BOERUM AND FULTON STREETS, BROOK LYN. XXT ILL1AM ABBOTT, AUCTIONEER. TT Office, No. 3 Chambers street. Marshal's sale.?By virtue of an execution I will sell on this day, at |OW o'clock, the contents of tho Cigar Factory 83 Murray street, consisting of Writing Desks. Office Chairs, Stools, VV ork Tables, 3t*> now Cigar BoxcsJPartitions, Shelv ing, Leaf Tubaccu, Cigars, Ac. CHARLES F. MATHER, Marshal. DRY GOODS. ATA. BURDETTE SMITH'S A PATTER* BAZAAR, 014 Brokiway, Twontieth and Twenty-first streets, iu tho store 1 I.N T1IK STORE ! I Great excitement 11 GRAND OPENING of IMPORTED FAAMIONS. PATTERNS. WITH CLOTH MODELS, NOW READY! I Exhibition of something new. Oil copies of the GREAT ALLEGORICAL PAINTING, after James II. Beard, of MORNING, NOON AND NIGHT. FRAMED IN BLACK WALNUT AND GILT, GIVEN AWAY AS PREMIUMS TO SUBSCRIBERS to tho WORLD OK FASHION. ? Do not fail to see It. Now on view at 814 Broadway, in the store. *i~ ace ccrtainsI lace "curtains," CARPETS, AC. RIIEPPARD knapp, Nos. 183 and 183 Sixth nvcnno, one door below Thirteenth street. New York, having mado immense purchases at the recent GREAT BANKRUPT SALES, will ofTor this week an entire wholeeale stock at retail, com. prising tho most complete, varied, and largest assotiuent ever offered in this city, at PRICES LOWER THAN GOLD COST OF IMPORTATION. Nottingham Lace Curtains, from $1 .V) per pair. Onipnre Lace Curtains, from $3 per pair. Real Lace Curtains, from $10 to the finest imported. Window Shade and Hollands in great variety. Embroidered Piano and Table Covers. FULL LINES IN RErs^CBETGNS AND FURNITURE FRINGES, GIMPS, CORDS AND TASSELS. CORNICES AND LAMBREQUINS, and at prices proportionally low. CARPETS. OILCLOTHS. CARPETS. 500 rolls Tapestry Carpets at #1, worth $1 25. Just ont of bond an extensive assortment of tho most superb dosigna In Axminster, Moqnets, Velvet*, Body Brussels, Ac. Ingrains and Three-ply* lower than ever. English and American Oilcloths, all width*. TV-ANTED TO~7-URCHAM-A SUPKRlY)R CAMEL'S v V hair Shawl, any person having the abovo article to dia foso of can And cash purchaser by stating lowest price: no incy price paid. Addreea DE FORREST, Herald Uptown ? Branch office MILLIYERY AND DRESSMAKING. MAI SON MICHEL. MARIE TILMANM, of Pari*, successor. 423 Sixth avenue, near Twenty-eixth street. The latest Millinery of Paris from Vlrot, Michulawic** Tuvee, Pahn and l'ariset. ".allies' exact orders by oxpree*. , PROPOSALS. J^EWTON WATER WORKS, NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS, scaled proposals for the construction or a reservoir will be received at the offico of the Water Commissioners, In Colo'* block. Newton, Mass., until 11 o'clock A. M. of Tuesday Go tobor l'J, 1875. Specification* may be had and plans may bo seen, at said office, on and after Tuesday, October 12. ? The Uommiaaiouors reserve the right to reject any and all bid*. R M. PULSIFBK i ' FRANCIS J. PARKER. Vfr ROBERT It. BISHOP, ) Commissioner*. EDWARD UAVfrYBR, Engineer _____ he? D*rrl*t?rs' Hall. Boston. Proposals invited until the aoTH of octo. ber for tlis furnishing of 5<I,(X*) white or rock oak Railroad Tlas In the harbor of Now York. For spec ticatlo* and particulars address PROPOSALS. bo* L22' feet okoZ XttlP.