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WHOLE NO. 14,296. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1875.-QUADRUPLE SHEET. PRICE FOUR CENTS. DiRECTOR? FCu iDVEETlSttfi. AMUSE MENTS-Focbtkintii Pace?Fourth, flftb ?nd sixth column*. ABTKOLOGY?SixT^MNTii Pack?Fourth column. BlLLlAIiDS?HizritKNTii Pi Oh.?Fourth column. .... BOARDERS WANTED?Fifteenth Pain:?ThlrS, fourth ? Jul tilth I lllmnus, UU'I Fourteenth PAGX bictjlju and third column*. BOARD AM) LOD0IN0 WANTED?Focbtbknth 1 age Thlrd column. ?, . . , BROOKLYN HOARD?FouiWJKRTJJ I'aGK?Tl>led nn BROOKLYN URAL ESTATE H)R SALE?FiKTArMH Pace?Firm column Business oppoim nities-ei.kvkvth i?ac*. BUSINESS XOTICKH?Ninth Paok?Sixth column. CITY REAL ESTATE FOR 8ALB-FUTHSX? Pagb JLEl^S1 ANl"nlSAIJE8MEN?Thiijp Page?Fifth column, r.iul Sixteenth I'agk?Third column. CLCWII I NO? Sixtkienth Pack?Fourth column. CKMOIIMKN AND OAKDENERS-Thim PAO*?Flflh And hlxtli columns, and Sixtkknth I'agk?Tliird column. COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS? Fihkk.ntii Page?Sixth col nmn. COUNTRY BOARD?Rim htvk?th 1'age?Third column. DANOINU AC A DEMIES?Sixteenth Page?Fourth col umn DENTISTRY'?SlXTUKXTn Pagk?Sixth column. DWELLING HOUSES TO LET. FURNISHED AND UN FUUNI8HKD? FirrrxXTB I'agk?Second column, and Sixteenth I'AGK?Third column. EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS? FtrtEK.ua Page?Fifth col nmu. FINANCIAL? Egetf.ntb Pagk. FOR SALE?Fikst I'agk?Sixth column FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? Fifteenth Pa a*?Second mnl third columns, And Sixteenth I'agk?Third column. FURNITURE?Sixteenth I'agk?Sixth column. FRENCH ADVERTISEMENTS?Si.xTKK.srn Pack?Third column HELP WANTED?FEMALES?Third l'AGK-Fourtb col nmu, and Sixteenth I'agk?Third column. HELP WANTED?MALES? Timiu I'AGK?Sixth column, and SlXTXKKTH I'agk?Third column. HORSES, CARRIAGES, AC.?First Pagk?Fourth and filth column*. HOTELS?Fouktkbnth Pack?Third column. HOUSES, ROOMS, AC., WANTED?Sixteenth Pack? Fourtli column. INSTRUCTION?Fikst Pagk?Third column. LECTURE SEASON?KoU**k?h*? I'agk?Third c.olnmn. LOST AND FOUND?First Pagk?Sccoudcolumn. MACHINERY?First Pagk?Sixth column. MARBLE MANTELS?Fikst Pack-Sixth column. MEDICAL?HixtrxRBh Pagk?Fourth column. MILLINERY AND DBESsMAKINQ?First Pack?Third MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS?TwEhrrn Page? Sixth column. MISCELLANEOUS?Fourteenth I'agk?Tldrd column. MUSICAL?Focktkrrth Paor?Fourth column. NEW PUBLICATIONS?Ninth Page?Sixth column. PERSONAL?First I'agk?Second column. ? PIANOFORTES, ORGAN'S, AC. ? Fouktreeth Page? Fourtli column. POST OFFICE NOTICE?FltWT Pagk?Fifth column. PROPOSALS?First I'agk?Tldrd column. PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS W'ANTED?FEMALES? Tiiiko Pagb?Fourth column. PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO RENT?FtmtRtrrH Pagk?Flr*t column. REAL ESTATE To KXCH ANGK?Fifteenth Pa<Sr?First column, and Sixteenth I'AGK?1Tlrird column. REAL ESTATE WANTED?Fifteenth I'agk?First col umn, and Sixteenth PAGE, Tliird column. REWARDS?First Pagk?Sccoud column. HALES AT AUCTION?Sixteenth Pace?Fifth Rnd sixth columns. SITUATIONS WANTED?FEM ALES-SrcOND Pagb,Tbird I'agk?First, second, third and fourth columns, and Sixtkkktii Pack?First and second columns. SITUATIONS WANTED?MALES?Third Pagk?Fourth and tilth columns, and Sixteenth Pagk?Third column. SPECIAL NOTICES?Fikst Pagk?Second and third col umns SPORTING?DOGS, BIRDS, AC.?First Pagb?Fourth column. STORAGE?Fobktkknth Pagk?Third column. THE TRADES?Tiiikij 1'aOK?Sixth column, and Sixteenth Pagk?Third column. TITE TURF?Fikst Page?Fourth coinmn. TO LIST FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES?FirTRBRTH Pagk? First and second columns, and Sixteenth Pagk?Third coinmn. TRAVELLERS' GUIDE?Fikteknth Pagb?Sixth column. UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? Fifteenth Pagk?Third column, and Sixteenth Pagk?Third ?nd fourth columnx. WANTED To PURCHASE?First Page?Fifth column. WATCHES, JEWELRY, AC.?First Pagk?Sixth column. WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OK TO LET? Fifteenth Pack?First column, and Six tfknth Pagk?Third column. YACIITS, STEAMBOATS, AO.?TVelfth PACE-Sixth column. IlldUALD PARIS BUREAU. TJBRALD PARIS BUREAU, 01 AVENUE UK L'OPERA. Tbe following is a list of the papers on Cle In the NEW YORK HERALD BEADING ROOM, 61 Arenas d? l'Opera, Taris, to Tur as tlieir names have been communicated to the HEBALDt NEW YORK. All New York city morning and evening papers. Daily Telegram New York. Daily Stoats Zeltung New York. Daily Cumrier do* liuits Unit New York. Daily Maiwayer Franco-Americalne New York. I.'Kco D'ltalla New York. Kl Coinercin New York. New Yorker Handel's Zeltung New York. Harper's New Montbly Magazine .Now Y'ork. Harper s t\ aokly New York. Harriet * Bazar New York. Jewish l imes New York. Jewish Messenger New Yoik. Frank Leslie ? i.udics' Magazine...New York. Frank Lei lie's Illustrated Newspaper New Y'ork. Frank Leslie's Hndnet of Knn New Y'ork. Frank Ix'alle'a Ladle! Journal. Now Y'ork. Frank Leslie's Fleusant Hours New York. Nautical Gazette New York. The Arcadian New York. The American Artisan New Y'ork. The Christian I n ion New York. The Dally Graphic. New Y'ork. The Free Lance New Y'ork. The New Yorker Journal New York. The lloine Journal New York. The Oalaxy New Y'ork. Fatrnl Rights' Gaselte New Y'ork. Weekly li:h Democrat .New Y'ork. Monthly Imp irtcr New Y'ork. The Nation New York. Illustrated Weekly New Y'ork. New York Mercury New Y'ork. Sunday Mercury New York. Caveilcy's Weekly Age Now Yor.i. Rural New Yorker New Yo lc. New York Ledger New Y'ork. The Mrthi (list New York. The Wholesale Druggist New York. Domestic Monthly New York. l,e Beau Monde New Y'ork. The Albion New Y'ork. The Wall Hireet Jourusl New Y'ork. American Agriculturist New Y'ork. Cornwall Times Cornwall. Daily lleruld and (iusolte..........Utira. Daily Argus Albany. Daily Courier Buffalo. Daily Commercial Advertiser..... Buffalo. Daily Express Km heater. Dally Rudget Troy. Daily Times Troy. Dally Kigle Brooklyn. duetto Yankers. The Rough Notes Ktnderbook. PENNSYLVANIA. Dally Examiner. Lancaster. Dally Bulletin .Philadelphia. Daily Press Philadelphia Daily Evening Star Philadelphia. Daily Telegraph Philadelphia. Daily Times Philadelphia. Daily Inquirer Philadelphia. Dally North American and United States Gazette Philadelphia Public Ledger Philadelphia Sunday Transcript Philadelphia Sunday Republic Philadelphia Sunday Dispatch. .Philadelphia Sunday Mercury Philadelphia Railway World Philadelphia. Dully Commercial Pittsburg. Dally Chrnntclo Pittsburg. Daily Despatch 1'itUhurg. Dally Leader Pittsburg. Daily Miners' Journal Pottavilfe. Daily Telegraph Hari isburg. Dally Intelligencer Lancaster. Dally limes and Dispatch Reading. MASSACHUSETTS Daily Transcript Boston. Dully Herald Boston. Daily Journal Boston. Ihetioldsn Rule Boston. Daily Republican Springfield. Doily Evening liacette Worcester. Dally spy. ...... Worcester. Tho Bunker Hill Times Uharlealown. The Cape Ann Adeeril?er Gloucester. CON A RCTIUUT. Daily Times. Hartford. gaily Uourant Hartford. ally Register New Haven. Datibury News Danbury. OHIO. Daily Garotte Cincinnati. Daily Slur Cincinnati. Dally Enquirer Cincinnati. Daily Leeilff Cleveland. Dally lllade Toledo. IOWA Daily Telegraph Dubuoua. INDIANA. Pally Evening News Indianapolis. Dally Sentinel Indianapolis. MICHIGAN. Dally Evening News Detroit. WISCONSIN. Dally Republican and Leader La Crosse. Tlio State Journal . Madleoa GEORGIA. Dally News Savannah. Chronicle and Sentinel Augusta. Enyulrcr Hun .Columbia KENTUCKY. Daily Coorier Journal Louisville. NEW HAMPSHIRE. Dally Patriot Concord. NEW JERSEY. Dally Journal Jersey City, Daily Evening Argus Jersey flip. Dally Journal. Newark. Dully Gaaette Trenton. ILLINOIS. Daily Inter-Ocean Chicago. Dally Y'ribune . Chlr.ago. Daily Post and Mall Chicago. The Bulletin Cairo. MISSOURI. Dally (llcbe and Democrat. 81. Lnnts. The Leader . .Springfield NEBRASKA Daily Press Nebrayka City. VIRGINIA Fatly D'xpatnh Richmond. Daily Enquirer Richmond. D*Bj (Inlde and News Richmond. VMly Day Book Norfolk. Tbe Landmark Norfolk. SOUTH CAROLINA Now* and Courier . Charleston. LOUISIANA. Dally Tlmea New Orleans. Daily Christian and Advocate Naw Orleans. The New Orleans Bee New Orleans. CALIFOKNIA. Daily Record Union SeertmenM. Dally Chronicle San Francisco. Daily Bulletin Sun Franclsoo. Daily Morning Call . .San Francisco. Dally Alta Californlan San FrancUoo, Doily Examiner Han Franclsoot B1KUALD PARIS BUREAU. KANSAS. Daily Commonwealth Topeka. Daily Time* Leavenworth. DIeTHICT Ok' COLUMBIA. Dully Capital Wu hiugton. Doily Gazette Wazhlngton. 1)Ally Slur Washington. Dully Chronicle Washington. ALABAMA. The Mobile Reenter Mol.lle. The Advertiser Montgomery. UTAH. Deseret News Salt Luke City. TENNESSEE. Avalanche Menyihis. Apnea) , Memphis. RHODE ISLAND. Journal Frovidenot, MISSISSIPPI. The Herald Virkshnrg. The Times Incioioii. NORTH CAROLINA. Konnnke News Weldon. Citizen Aehvllle. CANADA. The Daily Snn Montreal. A PERSONAL. NN qlLMARTIN.?INFORMATION IB WANTED OP the whrreaboiiti and address of Ann Qilmartin, who lived ill 1M63 ut 37 Ht. Murk'e place; supposed to have mar ried am) cone to California. Address E. K., 37 St. Mark's place. California papers pleura copy. LANCHK LK BERGS?CAN RE SEEN AT 81 EAST Twenty-seventh street. ELLA MO-FRIDAY NEXT (l&TU). b y and 11 a- D. Met). "TUBLY?NO. INFORMATION WANTED?OP CYNTHIA MARIA L Hooth (now married), daughter of William and Cynthia llooth; resided. In 1 Hi*3, in West Forty-tlilrd street, corner of to or address J. NUGENT, U03 Ninth Ninth avenue. Apply avenue. TP MISS EMILY HAIO. FORMERLY OF 105 WEST Jl Twenty-eighth street, will send Iter uddress to 353 West Thirty-first street, she will oblige an old friend. ___ JACK.?WILL FIND MY ADDRESS BY CALLING AT her former residence. L. WARREN. I'llIMOSA" IS DYING 1 SOMETHING SAD HAS JYx happened! She says yon are in Baltimore. Come or coiuinuuicate ut once or it will ho too lute. ? FOSTER FATHER. M LSS O UARE WILL PLEASE SEND 11EK ADDRESS. 5,549. AY Ric hard briscoe, who left Williamsburg, L. 1 . about a year ago, will find to bis advantage to call at UKO. L. FOX'S office, on Broadway, immediately. Two LADIES IN BLACK?MONDAY AFTERNOON Fifth avenue stage to Twenty-fourth street, l'leane eouunuuicute with CORNER SEAT, llerald Uptown Branch ofilca. TILL LADY WHO TRAVELLED FROM PROVI I donee to New York hy 1 P. M. train on Monday send address to or appoint a place of meeting witli I ho gentleman who occupied scat with her! Address U., box 101 llerald Uptown Branch office. TIT-ILL MRS. LENA "w"~SEND HER ADDRESS TO YY her slncore friend nt 313 Broadway who whatever may be her circumstances, seeks only to befriend her. TVTILL THE PERSON WHO TOOK BY MISTAKE A YY roll of black Shawl, Coats, Ac., from Hie steamship Britannic, on Sunday evening, please roturu Same tu 133 West Tweuty first street! LOST AND FOUND. I08T.?BANK BOOK 58,177, ON THE GREENWICH J Savings Bank, New York. The finder will please leave it ut the Bunk, corner Sixth avenue and Wavrrly place. REWARDS. "If there exists an office which more than any other should be utterly divorced from political considerations it is that of a elerk or deputy clerk of a criminal court."? Kecokdkk Hackktt. ifrr REWARD -LOST, FROM NO. 209 EAST FIFTY ?tJ second street, on Monday, October 11, 1875, a small Scotch Terrier Dog, answering to tho name of "Dandy." Any one returning him to the above number will receive re ward and no questions asked. AOS REWARD WILL BE 1'AiD FOR TIIE RETURN ?ZilJ of a heavy black Business Coat, together with papers in pockets, of no value to any one but the owner, which was token by mistake froui Connty Clerk's office. Mon day afternoon. EDMUND M. PLUM. Cil\ REWARD. AND NO QUESTIONS ASKED, FOR tj! LUv the return of a gold stem winder repeater hunting cuae Wutrh, gold Chain and bloodstone Seal; lost the 12tli Inst., at Van Tassel's auction sale, Thirteenth street. The watch engraved, monogram I. V. VV., and opposite side castles; seal L V. W. and castle. Address box 300 Post office. 5.1 itEWARD,?LOST, MONDAY AFTERNOON, IN ?PIYJU Namiin street, near l'ltio, ?150 in hills: particu lars to finder. Address CARLOS, box 4,300 Post office. REWARD AND NO QUESTIONS ASKED FOR return of nuir of clnster diamond Studs, cluster finmond Ring, heavy pair of gold Sleeve Muttons (Initial J), taken October 8 or !> from Continental Hotel. Address GEO. II. BUTTON, Proprietor Continental Hotel, Peekskill, N. Y. SPECIA L NOTICES. ^ "If there exists an office which more than any other should be utterly divorced from political considerations if is thai of a clerk or deputy clerk of a criminal court Rgcoaniut Hackhtt. ^ -STUM.V AND CHRONIC BRONCHITIS. Ths meat effectual remedy will be lound to le datura tatula, prepared In ell forma for smoking and Inhalation by SAVORY AND MOORE. 143 New Bond street, London, nod sold by them end ell chemists eud storekeeper* throughout the World* t MKRICAN INSTITt TK.-A REGULAR MKKTIN'O _.'V of this Institute will he held In the hall ol the New York Historical Society, corner of Second avenue and Eli *, eiith street, on Thursday, the 14th day of October, ni 8 o'clock P. M. CHAfi. McK. LEOSER. Recording Secretary. A PRINTER WHO IIAS RECENTLY OPENED A NEW office la prepared to do the Engraving, Composition nod Preemork of an Illustrated Publication, Address M. N. (J.> Herald office. ?SODA WATER, MINERAL WATERS, GINGER . AJea, sparkling \V ines; manufacture of complete out fit* of Apparatus and Materials with lull Instructions; all departments ol manufacture, bottling and dtapenslng: eg. elusive Rights In desirablo territory , cutolfgttes free. JOHN MATTHEWS I* irst avenue, Twenty-sixth aud Twenty sev enth streets, New York. * \ NY PERSON CONTROLLING LARGE BLOCKS OF J\. life Insurance stock can lltid a e.udi purchaser and he treated confidentially by addressing N. It., Herald office. A?DEBILITY BROUGHT ON BY INDISCRETIONS . end dis?e?e? of men speedily snd radically eured by HENRY A. DANIELS, M. lb. 144 Lexington avenue, near Twenty-ninth street. Office hours. S to 3. Afflicted, take noticei?all Tnosii re quiring importnut surgical or medical treatment, from whatever cause, speedily cured bv Dr. II. D. GRIN DLL, 142 West Pnrty-righth st., between Sixth and Seventh a vs. "a -ROTALSA.YON GOVERNMENT ""LOTTERY, A> Royal Havana Lottery, Bruuawick Government lottery, Hamburg City Lottery. THEODOIt MCIIOCB, Poet office box 9,304. 11U Nassau street. A -OFFICIAL DRAWINGS OK THE KENTUCKY .. Slate la'tterlet. xasrvcixT. r.tTita ci.ass no. 71?octorer 13, 1875. 78. 90, I'Ai, 23. IS, 02. s. 77. 40, 44. 30, 25, 8. XKNTCCXV, CLASS NO. 72?OCTOBXR 12, 1075. 10. 4, 32, 57 63, 20, 53, 37, (W, If.. 73. 3, 21. 14J. 8 SMITH A CO., Managers, Covington, Ky. Box 2,751 Poet office, New York. A -parks, emekson a go., agents for Kentucky St lie Lotteries, drawn dallv. Royal Havana Lottery, drawn every 17 ileys. I ?, * la ?? k!l?. .,1a Ibiinilnie I ol I apc fleatwu / let 'til I OT Kentncky Single Number Lottery, drsivn Oct. 8i?, 1875 Prises cashed, information furnished and circulars sent by ?dnresshig PARKS k CO., ISO Broadway, room 4;Post office bo\ 5.272. PiIvate office attached, office hour*, 7 A. M. to 7 P. M. A?bl'LGIAL NOTICE.?Ml'St ''J LA It OR NERVOUS ., debility, IndlMVftieni efyouth and manhood radically and permanently cured by Dr L.J. KAKN, a. D., principal and proprietor of Dr. Kata'i magnificent Museum of Art and Science, lirco Broadway. Residence, 31 East Tenth lUrret, between Broadway and University place, New York. Hoars ot consultation from IDA. M till 2 r. 41. and Item 8 till H P. M., or by appointment. A -ISAAC O. BOYOE. 207 BROADWAY. LAWYER, . Notary. Commissioner.?Divorces obtained promptly Without publicity; onuses?desertion, incompatibility, ha blmal drunkenness. Infidelity, ir.lioinan treatment, convic tion of felony. Paaeports obtained. (TRROMOR 5,000 ClIRf'MOS IN OIL COLORS, J 14x30 Indies in size, highly finished; of the Yiwemite Valley, for sale, very low price, at No. 4 Bowling Green, upper floor. S18KA8KR OK MEN AND IMPORTANT MEDICAL ?*?? i"rlhtal f'asce a specialty. 11KNKY A. DAN 'S, It D, 14-1 Lexington avenue, near Twenty-ninth stieet. Oflice hours hom 8 to 3. DR. RUSH'S CE LE B RATED LINIM KNT CURES corns, bunion*, rhenioatism, diphtheria, gent snd ell also**** of ucnie charat ler. Mmc. RUSH, IPO Went Twenty fourth street, sole propiiator Agents wanted. Headquarters American tkmpeuaMce union, , Bohlnson 11*11, New York. i twl?? ur P'fhlhlt the sale of liquors between li 5?. . I ? iW1'! *nd between 12 o'clock Seiurday . h I.ITI Monday It also prohibits selling to RWvw .TP*** *re openly end flagrantly violated, *** Sabbstli desecrated and Its evenings especially msde ?i ?nd.ehHdren. Public safety demands lA'"1 ehonld comply with the law, and not klol. h.ih -***?*."" " ho are enooyed h.v three barrooms being kept open, either front, back or side door, on Sundays or at unlawful hums in the morning will notify either ol the SSSSHKA^i comm,Lr'rn,i'"'? *H1 be held *trletly con fidential and the proper officials informed. M. H. D1 Kll. I re*idrtii, HrofldiviT r AwardrARtfSy.v dV'r" o'1""1'b0* ?,*npi rost office. Co ' lddt'n .nd Na,,anT;l,\,.er * iwsiMm TF?r".j.vM *!*!?*>58# r M. STACK I OLL, Fourth \lc# President, Ko. 2 Varick ylftct. dOlIN OLOVKR, Fifth Vic* President, 158 Front street. L. a COLE. Secretory, 77 Mecdnugal street. HA??ANAa h0T,"5nJ--*wk,,'100 IN PRIZES EVERY fifteen days. Next drawing Oetohcr in. 1'rlr.ee c*ahed. circulars of Intormstlon tree. FERN AN DBS A Co Hank ers (Lie J BJI.iUnc.t to W.ll .tree* tMbu meul ; Post office box 4.W4 SPECIAL. NOVICES. MPOKTANT TO LADIES?MM E. RESTKLL, PKOKKS d?ir of midwifery, can l>?consulted as usual Ntcbtriic v sor or nitdwtrery, can he cMtaillea at usual AO on orge lor advice. No. 1 La at Fifty-second street, Brat door from Fifth aven J?ICKERBOCKKK FIKE INSURANCE COMPANY, office CI Wall street, New York. ELECTION OF A PRESIDENT AND SECRETARY > i w York, Oct. 7,187Y At a meting of tl :o Board of Director* held this day, Mr. Jiatpti 1,. Tnwnwitd w*a unanimously elected President of Bit Knickerbocker Fire Insurance Company, to till the can-v occasioned hy the death of Mr (itetrt B'dir - by the death of Mr George IlodgMlon, and Mr. E. W. Alhro au ni.so unanii iely appointed Secretary. CYRUs il. i,0l TJtEL, President pro tern. A-'*ets. January 1, 1875 9895,210 88 1 labilities, real and contingent 85,946 08 Sapjut (is to polit y holder* 359,281 (10 K?CHRONIC CATARRH, DEAFNESS?NEW AND . startling dlacnvery, Instantaneous relief: worat caaea perniannntly cured pat eun treated lit a distance: consul ? atlon free." Dr. STODDARD, No. H West Fourteenth street. Tr ?OFFICIAL DRAWING OK THE KENTUCKY JV. State Lotteries. SIMMONS. DICKINSON a CO., Manager*. KFjrrri.'KY. lira* CLASS AO. 588?OCTOBS it 12. 1875. 14. 53, 19, 9, 12, 59. 37, 17, 4, 28, 43. 21, 75. KKMTUCKY. CLASS MO. 584?OCTOSKK 12. 1875. 27, 59. 28, 7, 87. 4f>, 78, 47, 03, 74, 12, 38, 26. HkKKY. KATItA CLASS NO. 889?OCTOSKK 12. 1875. 46, 18, 35, 19, 17. 41, 48, 67, 73, 2, 54, 08, 49. IIPMHY. CLASS NO. 670?OCTOBKU 12, 1875. 55. 07, 69, 3H, 58, HI, 28, 42, 70, 36, 19. 8. 47. Full Information hy applying to or addressing J- CLUTK, 200 Hroadwny, or I'wet oflice box 4,960. K?SIMMONS, DICKINSON ,t CO.S GRAND . monthly distribution of tlie Kentucky State on the Havana plan, to he drawn October 30; nfso Rovul Havana, of Cuba, drawn October 19. Full information by applying to or addressing J. CLL'TE, 2I*> Broadway or l'osl office box 4,969. VTOTICE.-BE IT KNOWN TIIAT I HAVE THIS DAY J.1 appointed my son, Manuel E. de Kivas, inv attorney in laet to collect and receive from Duncan. Sherman A Co. or tbeir assigned the amount ot my claim against said Duncan, Sherman .1 Co. RAMON DE R1VAS Y LAMAR. Nkw Yobk, Oct. 12, 1875. Notice?a gentleman, many years resident in South Africa, thoroughly conversant with its luauy resources, wishes to incot witii a few young men with some means wishing to orguuine a party for the purpose of hunting and money making. Full particulars hy addressing II. S. 11., Capitol Theatre, Albuny, N. V. Royal iiavana lottery.-Imo.ooo drawn every 15 days. Next drawing October 19. Prises rushed; circulars of information furnished; highest rules paid for Spanish Rank Rills, Governments, Ac., Ac. TAYLOR A CO., llankers. No. 11 Wall street, New York. Royal Havana lottery. Royal Saxon Government Lottery. Hamburg Brunswick Government Lotteries. W AC US M ANN A CO., Hunkers, Post offico box 3,316. 75 and 77 Nassau street. STABLE?ONE OF THE FINEST IN THE CITY TO let or lease ; rooms for coachman. Apply on the prom ts** 148 Eii*t Fortieth street, or to II. L. OORTELYOU A CO., 12 John street. . rpilE OHIO ELECTION. 1 SEE THE EVENING TELEGRAM TO-DAY. TUIC Tll'.RD AVKSL'K SAVINGS HANK DEPOSITORS muut uf <liu f:wl*lliuillu liOOltlN. corner ox ocvcmu ?*?.*??!?? ?h?j * >??-? -- Thursdiy evenioK* October 14, In order to prevent the in tmsinn of any persons except depositors no one will be ad mitted without presenting their nambook at the door. Doors open at 7 o'clock Hy order of tlie Committee. Nit Yoiik, Oct. 11, 1675. re respectfully Invited to mret at the Germaiita ? of Seventh avenue ami Twenty KiMh str street. of rnilE PUBLIC ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT 1 THE FOLLOWING PLACES AUK THE ONLY AUTHORIZED OFFICES FOR THE RECEIPT OK ADVERTISEMENTS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS I OR HIE NEW YORK 11ERALD:- CTnrM..r BROADWAY, CORNER ANN STREET. 1,265 HROADWAY. noO SIXTH AYFNUK 114 south sixth street, piiiiiADF.LrniA. CORNER ROERUM AND FULTON STREETS, BROOK LYN. That exquisite perfume, drexel s viexna Rcll Colome. ia gaining wldeapreiid popularity. Every consumer of cologne should try It. For sale by all uruggtstti. T?!K GREAT NEW FRENCH SYSTEM OF MEDICAL electricity.?D. WM. and EMMA II. BRITTEN, the celebrated Kleetrieal Physicians from Boaton, examine ami treat every disease, however hopeless, on the above system with unparalleled success 'JO'S West Thirty eighth street. Y0M1XQ LOTTERY (SINGLE NUMBER) DRAWS . Oetobor 15. SI, SI. $1, Si. Si. $1, si. SI. SI. SI. SI, si. Invested this day. gives you ft chance to draw $50,000, $30,oik), $20,000 $15,<*)U, $10,1**1, $8,000, $7,000, $5,000, with smaller sums, auinuuting to $200,OUU. [ To: Tickets. $1 each; six for $5. Havana Lottery drawl October 19. Tickets (twentieths), f 1; six .or $5. Prises cashed. Circulars mailed Iree. ALLEN A CO., 70 Nassau stroot. New York. d'OAn IU\(\ IN PRIZES. DRAWS OCTOBER dP^UV'.UUU 15; $273,(1 *? in prize*. draws October 30: $50 CHJ<> lor $1; six tiekets for $ > Address, liy mail, J. mT PATTER, let ramie City, Wyoming. F or information call on II. LOW E. 234 Broadway. $300,000 IN On Saturday, October 3D, 1675, at Covington. Ivy., the Kentucky Single Number Distribution will distribute the above amount in sums of from $10 to <v*),UOU. Following is a list of some of the principal Gifts :? l (lift of $511,000 1 Gift of $V"),0 0 I Gilt of. 111,1**) 4 Gills ef$5.OT0 jf'.000 10 Gifts of $2.500.. 25,000 flOGlftsuf l.t??) 50,000 fiOGirtaof 500.. 25,000 -VI Gifts of 250 200 Gifts of 100.. 20,000 4CIIY*of ?.U*) 4 Gifts of 1.375.. 5,500 4 Gifts or 1,'**) <.'**> 5,000 Gifts of 10.. 50,000 Tickets, $10. Halves, $8. Quarters $2. 50. THOMAS II. HAYS A CO.. eosi Broadway, New York. Ai)/w\ ?KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY TO SoUU.UUU. tie drawn, October SO, 1H75, at Coving ton Ky. For circular? or tkkob uddreR? J. DIC KSON A CO , box 2,281 Post olb.ee. New York. -ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY. ?pD4:U.UUU. Draws every Fifteen Days. Circulars, witl. mil particulars, sent Tree. p Q DEVLIN A CO., Stationers and General Agent*. 3D Liberty st.. New Y rrk. ^ tm.T.IVF.RY AND DRF-SSMYKING. PARIS MILLINER, JUST ARRIVED. WILL EX ex liihit for a lew days a largo and choice collection or la dies'Bonnets and Hats at No. 2 West Thirteenth street; elegant styles; prices from $12 up. A M VISON MICHEL.?MARIE TILLMAN. OF PARIS, successor. 423 Sixtli avenue, near Twenty-siMh street. The latest Mllliticrv or Paris from Vlrot, Mlchniewlci-Tuvee, Paliu and Parlset. Ladies' exact orders by express. INSTRUCTION. "The officer* who escort and guard prisoners to and from the City Prison and who guard them in Court, and to some extent control process, ought not to be mere politi cians. Kecordkb Hackktt. \T THOMPSON'S COLLEGE, 20 FOURTH AVENUE, J\ opposite Cooper Instlliite.?Bookkeeping, Writing Arithmetic. Instruction day and evening Ladies dc pertinent. Telegraphy taught practically, with Instruments. Commence immediately. A N EXPERIENCED CLASSICAL AND MATHEMATI cal teacher, scholar and gold medalist of loreljpi mi ? verslty, desires private pupils: prepares for college i English or American); highest city reference. Address 1 tvAl.Hhil, box 13" Herald uptown Branch ofllce, 1.205 11 road way. ~A GERMAN LADY, SUPERIOR TEACHER, WISHES A for a few more private lesaons In German or French ; best references. Address M. L., box 1U6 Herald U ptown Branch office. AN AMERICAN ?LaDy, GRADUATE, TEACHING English. French, German and music thoroughly, de ?'re* en engagement in a faintly having children to Instruct for tbo morning hours, terms moderate; relervncos. Ad dress At. L . box 100 Herald Uptown Branch (KM*. THOROUGH TEACHER IN VOCAL AND INSTRU ;v menial music receives Indies ami children on reason able term*; superior reference. Call on MI** LI1 H TEN, 54 East Ninth street, or address J. YYEBKB, Fifth avenue and Sixteenth street. - A ? FRENCH GENTLEMAN WISHES TO EXCHANGE A lesions with an American lady; best references ex changed. Address A. D_. Herald office. ? US1NE88 COLLEGE-WILESON A WALWORTH'S, 36 East Fourteenth street, corner Union Square; $125 for a whole year'* lYrll Instruction. Send for circular. YJUIVATE LESSONS. IN ENGLISH, BY' AN KXl'KRI J enced lady teacher, to ladies of neglected education; special attention to manners and elegance of speech; the beautiful angular handwriting, so much sought alter, tausht In ft few lessone: strictly ouindentlal; referencea. Address ACCOMPLISD1IENT8, box PW Herald Uptown Branch office. jM.B OHIO "KLK.MdON^ EYBNINO TELEGRAM TO DAY. rpilOROUGH INSTRUCTION GIVEN. SEPARATELY I or In class, by a tern her of successful experience t Bug Itah Mathematics owl U(in. Mi*a AKLIKU, 42 fca*t Iwcn* tietb itreot. ETiTcKNTs a lkhson?conversational krench 0" hv a Parisian young lady; dlnlotnee ??juidaiti.na Free plus* cvufy Monday *i 11 o clock. M. 1 hHblj, i,~G< Broadway, room 23. $300 A YEAR FOR HOARD'AND TUITION, IN A first class Young Ladies'School (city). Including ?IPtJW/ UrPI Cl?? iming iniiirj ovnvvi \v?sj/, r turltph French ?ud Music, ho extra*. Adtircw TMOK I OtMtli, box 200 IJprxld Uptown Branch ofBc-e. N PROPOSALS. "The Ixpi'JeUure has wisely placed the selection of officers for the Court of General Sessions in the exclu sive direction of the judges of that Court "-Ricohush Hackktt. ewton "water works, notice to contractors. Sealed proposals for the construction of a reservoir will be I,, a ?? tin. o! the Water OommUiiimer.4, iu Cole s pk?NVw.on'M?? iotll 11 o'clock A. M. of Tuesday, Oc Sperifiea;i7nu. maybe had and nlansmay he seen, at said ?Thi Comml&r?'r?i?[ v^| Dm r'Jht ie reject any and .11 ^iNCI^V^RKER. 1 CommitslMMra. ROBERT R BISHOP, } EDWARD SAYVy'ER, Engineer, HH Barristers' Hall. Ih-ston. WKOPHHALH INVITED UNTIL THE,20TB OF OCTO I V-V t,r tlie fiirntshing of 50,000 White or rock oak Railroad Ties In the harbor of New York. For specification and particulars ?ddre?? PROPOSALS, box 1,261 1 usl office, New York. i. I SPORTING?DOGS. BIRDS, AC. _ 'If there exists an office which more than any other should be utterly divorced from political costs idcrati'ms it is that of a clerk or deputy clerk of a criminal court"? Rk< oiiukk Haokxtt. J^KEKCH AND MI ZZLE IjOADINU GUNS, |10 t<> #C00. Weatley Richards', Scott's. Webley Moore's, Clay trough's, ami other makers. A full aMortmnnt ni ? j'?>riiiivr Goods. SCHUYLER, HARTLEY 4 (IRAIIAM, 10 Maiden lane. I ICR SALE-ONE BRACK OK LEV ERIC K BETTERS; their Canal cunnnt be limnd for breed and beauty and unallty In field cannot lie beui . one pair of Pointers, finest in country; one black unit tan tlnrdon Setter Doc. expreaaly for stork ; live Pops, by same doc; one pure Bulldog, Mew fountllnud and St Bernard l'upa. Bull Terriers. Se.deli and Skycs, extra ratters! Black and Tuna, Dugs of all breeds. 11. GAItl)NICR. 53Tltnt'ipuou street. THE OHIO ELECTION. SEE THE } EVENING TELEGRAM TO DAY. THE TURK. "The officers who escort ami guard prisoners to and from the City Prison, and u>ho guard them in Court, and to some extent control process, ought not to be mere politi cians. "?Rkcokdkr Hm'krtt. CLIK American jockey gli b. Fall Meeting. 1B75. at Jerome l'ark, 3d, 5th. Sth, Otli, 12lh*14lh and 10th days of OCTOBER. Racescommenceeaeli day punctually at l :3U 1'. M. C H'Httfur, Secretary. A. BELMONT. President. AT WEST SIDE DRIVING PARK, JERSEY CITY.? Trotting October 13, 2 P. M.; purse for doable teams. Charlie D and Clifton Boy, Kedhtru and r. it., Gertrude and P.dly, Judge Bedle and Handy Andy. Swcetbrier and John, Ellen Mary ami Break o' Day ; also 2 :44 class. October 14. 2 :B4 anil .'I minute classes. Stages from cars to track. Ad mission.*1; ladies fiee. VaNKI'.I ItEN It HIKDSALL. Auction and French pools sold every morning sad evening this week lit JOHNSON'S Rooms, corner Broadway and Twenty eighth street, on the running races at Jerome Park. T. B. 4 W. 11. JOHNSON. Auction and kkencii pools sold at the new York Turf Exchange this evening and every morn Inc. afternoon and evening during the meeting on tue races ut JEROME PARK. THE RESULT OK EACH RACE received Immediately after it l? decided. ORDERS BY MAIL or messenger promptly filled. FRENCH POOLS open at 7 A. M. Close nt 1 :30 P. M. KELLY, BLISS Jt CO., 10 West Twenty eighth st. TON RACES. THE PASSAIC COUNTY FAIR GROUNDS ASSOCIATION, of l'aterson, N. J., will hold a Fall Meeting on October 12, 18 and 14, 1S75. on their track nt Clifton, one block from the Erie Railroad. Second day?Wednesuny, October 13. Purse No. 1?2 ;50 class. ENTRIES. Isaac Paw ling enters b. m. llelle of Aberdeen. Leonard Sprlngstien enters b. h. Don. 1). B. Gull enters gr. g. Herbert L. E. Slieyard enters b. in. Fannie W. Alexander Patterson enters eh. g. John Kelly. 1*. Manre enters b. g. Revenge. < Peter Davis enters s. in. Levina. A. O. John-en enters eh. in. Mary. Robert K. Lewis enters b. g. Missouri Boy. ,1 B. Dean enters b. g. Norman, li. Williams enters h. m. Alire. James H. Jones enters b. g. Dart. Same day. Tutsc No. 2?Double teams. Jsna'.* Pawling enters b. g. .Jim Moftitt and s. g. Wllsey Boy K. Carpenter ent-rs b. li. Boxer and r. m. Lady Hush. I> B. Go If enters b. m. Lady Woods nnd b. in. Carrie N. P. Manec enters b. g. Creeiiinoor and b. g. Revenge. Dr. K. II. Heard enters Ellen Mary anil Break o' Day. G. W. Smalley enters Red Bird and Rival. Third day?Thursday, October 11. Nos. I, 2, 8?Horses owned liy members of the Association. Kocca will commence promptly ut 2 P. M. K. A. HALEY, Secretary." A. D. WIN FIELD, Treasurer. DEERFOOT DRIVING PARK, FALL MEETING?Oc tober IB, 10. 21 mid 22; entries close Kriduy, October 15. 8ee Spirit. Turf and Sportsman of lust week. WM. McMAHON, Proprietor. HORSES, CAllllI AGIilS, ?SiC. "The Legislature has wisely placed the selection of officers fur the Court of General Sessions in the exclu sive direction of the judges of Viat Court.M?Recokbkr Hackktt. A?MAJOR OH AS. W. BARKER, AUCTIONEER. THE GREATEST SALE OF TROTTERS EVER KNOWN. Mr. J. DUNN WALTON, of 110 West Thirty-ninth street, announce* the sale of his entire stable of fast and famous trottinjr llfMnes. t<? take place on Wednesday, October 20, at 11 o*etoffc, at BARKER A SON'S City Auction Mart and New York Tattersalls, corner of Broadway and Thirty ninth street, and comprising1 THIRTY-TWO head of the fastest ever offered at unction, consisting of CHESTNUT SORREL GELDING NED, 1514' high, foaled I860, got by Daniel Lambert: can trot in 2:50. Brown Mare NANCY, U? high, foaled 18(57, got byjYounjr Morrill; caO trot in 2:10. Brown Gelding LOGAN*. 15 hijjh, foaled 1808, ? got by Jules Juiyeiifcoit; can trot in 2:4o. White Mare j SNOWDROP, 1514 high, foaled 1805, got by Young Black- j hawk: can trot in 2:50. Bay Gelding HECTOR. 13$| high, | foaled 1808, got by Gideon ; can trot in 2:3,5. Bay gelding DDK, 14*4 high foaied 18*18, got by .Smith * lion est Allen; can trot tn 2:50. Chestnut Uelding JKKKY, | 15)? high, foaled 1807, got by Ethan Allen; can trot In 2:35. Bay Gelding NORWALK, 15A high, foaled 1868: got by Itiiing Sun: can trot in 3:10. Chestnut Gelding TONY PASTOR, 14?^ high, foaled 1800; got by Honest Allen; can trot in 2;3o. Bay Mare LILL, I5l? high, foaled 1S(?8; got by General Knox; can trot in 2:3o. Hay Gelding FRANCE COLT, high, foaled 1H0U; got by Mambrino Star : can trot in 2:28. Bay Filly CORA, 16.'i high, foaled in 1871; got by Daniel Lambert; cau trot j in 3 minute*. Gray Mure MODESTY. 14V high, #a'?d 1809; f>t by Pariah Hainbletonian; can trot in 2:35. Bay Mure OLLY. 10 high, foaied 1*00; got by General Knox: can trot in 2:50. Bay Gelding BROCK, 15 high, foaled 1868 got by Derlgo: ean trot in 2:15. Bay Mare FANNY, 15m high,'fowled IStlH; got by a son ot Guy Miller ; can trot in 2:45. Roan Gelding ROANOKE, 1444 high, foaled 1869; got by tin? sire of Monarch. Jr.; can trot in 2:40. Bnv Gelding HARRY WAL'IHjN, 15 high, foaled 1870; got bv Daniel Lambert: can trot hi 2:30. Brown Mare KA'l'Y, lo>4 high, foaled 1*70; got by General Knox ; cuu trot in 2:3ft. Brown Mare LULU, 15 high, foaled 1*0*; got by Daniel Lambert; can trot in 2:33. Brown Gelding SNIP, 154f high, foaled 1800: got by Brandy wine: can trot in 2:30. Bay Mare NELLY, 15)6 high, foaled l*t>0; got by General Knox; can beat 2 .30. Sorrel Gelding FRANK, high, foaled 1807; got by Eaton Messenger; can trot iti 2:40. Bay Maro LENA, 15 high, foaled 1807; got by It. B. I'atchen; can trot in 2:45. Black "Mare TILLIK, 15 high; foaled 18(15; got bv Ethan Allen; can trot in 2:35. Hay Mare SUSIE, 15?4' high; foaled 1869; got by Delaware; can trot in 3:10. Bay Mare ULKMA, 15!^ high; foaled 1871; got by Pout's Conductor; can trot in 2 50. Brown Gelding STATESMAN, 15'? high ; foaled 1800; got by State Right*; can beat 2:35. Che tnut Marc EMMA, l.Y\t nigh; loaled 1807; got by Magna Charta; can trot In 2:ftn. Black Gelding BLACK KNIGHT. 15W high; foaled 1800: got by General Knox; can trot in 2:35. B)a?k Geld | ing CHARCOAL, 15l4 high; foaled 1807: got bv Black ! hawk Knox; can trot in 2:it). Brown Stallion CIIROMO, 15 high: foaled in 1868; got by Hamlet; can trot in 3:10. , The above are all eplendid drivers, either single or to the pole, and aro all warranted sound and kind. Stock will oe on exhibition at Mr. Walton's stables. No. 140 West Thirty ninth street, from Friday,October 15, up to sale. Mr. Wal ton desire- everybody to (TIME and RIDE behind and TEST THE SPEED ol any of the lot before day ot sale. Cata logues cau ho obtained at the offices or the spirit of the Time*, Turf, Field and Farm, and New York Sportsman, or ut Barker A Sou's, corner of Broadway uud Thirty ninth street, or of It. It. Oliouler, 1*23 Chestnut street, PHILA DELPHIA. Sale positive, and no postponement on account of weather. A ?OWING TO THE ADDITION , ot' ANOTHER ?Mr* TO TIIK Building THERE WIl.l, be no sale to day AT II \KKEK A SON'S CITY AUCTION Mart and New York Tnttcr.ull., CORN Kit OP Broadway and Thirty-ninth street. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER JO, the winter season and m* balldlnit (the lined of it. kind In America* will be inaugurated with the .ale of J. Dunn Wal ton'. stable of celebrated Trotters. I VERY STYLISH, BRIGHT BAY HORSE, 13 HANDS high. for .ale cheap: thoroughly trained for the .addle; perfectly kind; may tic i id dee or driven by a lady; trot, well in hanie.i; pood Tor a buggy or to match. No. 1 AM Lust Thirty-sixth .troet, private .table No. 10. A-YEKY LIOHT GLASS FRONT PARTITION OOUF* ? Roehawaya, (julte new, lor $3tm, R850 antlddot; sev eral .crniid hand Carriage, taken in .-.change. Landans, Lmidniilou. Ac. II AM, loKii.t Fourth .tree!. A -TOP AND NO-TOP EXPRESS, OKOCKRY AND JY. light business Wagon., .ennui hand an 1 new; exten sion top Park Phaeton, side-bar Buggy. Apply at S3:1 liud Inn itioeL A BKIOHT BAY HORSE, 7 YEARS OLD. l?*i HARM high; can trot in three mlnutee; the Bne.t coupe hori-o In tbli city; ?l?o a .plendla teatn of dark brown Carriage llorree, half brothers, Uyear. old, 111,'; hand* high ; all warranted sound aud kind. For sale at lid Ea.l Broad way. A BARGAIN.?FOR HALE, BAY MARK. ETHAN Allen .tuck, 16 hands; trot ill '2 AO, also young blown Ufttnhletoniun llor.e, 10 hands; trot in 3 minute.; both good, single or double ; drive well together end tiro sound aud kind Add re. W >! T Herald office ANY PARTY HAVING A MODERN BUILT COUPE OR Landnulet, In excellont order, to sell cheap for cash, will please address M., box U.fitrj Post office. A -.vi HORSES WANTED TO BOARD FOR THE . winter; good care and attention uiicn ; at the Essex County Block I'arm. Address box e;> Post office, Montclalr, W.J. H. L. SMITH, Proprietor. A -ONE OR TWO SHETLAND OR SOI Til AMERICAN ? Ponies wanted ; the price must be low for cash. Ad dress, with very lowest price, where can be seen end all par tit ulars, rOXi, Herald office. At a bargain? A beautiful .mull sl.od I.nndstilot (perfect order). A. T DKMAItKsT A t o , (fjrt and 1130 Broadway. A COMPLETE TURNOl T AT A RARGAtN. Light Ilmughtm. .tylish bay llor.e and Brougham Harness, together or separately, fan be seen at ANDKR WlN'.e, I III Slid ll'J West Fiftieth street. AN ELEGANT 00UP8 FOR SALE?MADE BY .Y Prc-vster. fan be teen at private stable 310 West I urty third street. 4 CLAKENt 8 FOR PALE?AT A VERY LOW PRICE; A I. lo good order; light and stylish f springs, box, slept, Ae., made by M ood A Bros. Apply at tWM UatversBJr place, cigar store, of 8. BKNGIKKY. A -THREE IlORSES.CHEAP; YOUNO AND ROUND; JT1 ? suitable for truck, grocery, express, farming, Ac.; $V). ftlo $'.*i; also, two espies. Wagon Horses; must lie sold. RALSKAY', No. (J Bar aid slrtiel. IIOitSKN, CARKIAGKH, ?!fcC, ?MCOKD HAND CARRIAGES. Landto nearly new, n bargain. LumiHuh't, *)ur make, in tfuod oondition. Demi Landau, our patent. Coacb, Clarence ami Cuupe. , Wigitoi, city make. J. H. BBKWSTRR .1 CO , 14f? fcast Twenty fifth ttrrH. -I OFFKK, OX ACCOUNT OF MY HI SBAND'S A# doatb, five Hor?cs, suitable lor milkman, bak?*r any buunc&a, ?t half value. 57 Great June* ktrcct, mar Bowery. Y ?WAGONS FOK EXPRESS, GROCERY BCS1XKS; J\? linker*, Milk, Paper Boxer Dry (JoocIh, Vernier, ,*? Delivery wnxmie, new and second h uuf, from foO to $200, at Wagon 'Manufactory, 220 Spring street. AN KLKGANT COUPE, POLE AND SHAFTS XI. built by Wood Bros., and new a year since, for .sale, reasonably, at O'LKAKY BROS.' Carriage Manufactory, 1 4i rj Broadway. A L1VEKY AND BOARDING STABLE FOli SALE; j\ good location ; fine stock: good business and long lease. Apply to MILLS A GOODING, 1.290 Broadway. LADY'S TURNOUT WILL BE SOLD AT A GUEAT X*. uteri ft ee; handsome black Pony, 0 yenra old, 15 bands, wiir-ranted aotind and kind: can trot In 2:40; beamiful t? p Phaeton and Harness. Ap;ily to owner. No. 20 East Thlr teentli street, near Fifth avenue. ?ONE FINE DOCTOR'S OR GENTLE MA'NK K . xY ? Driving HoriTe, <3 years old, 15^4 hands high: very stylish ; aho three cheap Work Horses; property of deceased. Inquire at 40 Wooster street. 13 LAKNETS. BLANKETS, BLANKETS FOR DRESS, run 1, truck ami stable, from $1 40 up. Lull and examine. \YM. II. GRAY, 20 and 22 Wooster street. / 10ACIIK8, CLARENCES. LAND A US, PHAETONS, Hrit/.kas, six-seat family Rockuu-ays, Coupe Rock a ways, light Curtain Hockaways. Coupes, Ac.; large assortment or socoi d band top and oi>ep Road Wagons, full spring and sido bar, from $40 up; Suikeyg, by Caffrey; Harness, Harness, II,...,.,.,. jii.i ii-Vi... il . Harness, from $16 up ; Whins, Ac. IRA" WM. II. C.RA Y. 20 and 22 Wooster street. /10UFKS, LANDACLKTS, ROCKAWAVH AND CABRI ".V olets, iroitlr reduced: three pecund ha ad Coupe and light Kockuways, In excellent order, $165, $350 and $50). J. COLVElt A CO., 504 Broadway.' ' 1LARKNCE FOR BADS?IN GOOD ORDER; CAN BR seen at SHI Wcit Forty-second street. For price apply ut 121 Dunne street. Mr. ROBB1NS. C1UUNKY BUILT BAY IIDRKK, 10 HANDS HIGH; J warranted found, kind and true; sold for want of use; $130. No. 105 Star.ton street, coal yaid. /AHEAP FOK CASH-THREE NEW T,U' EXPRESS Wagons, live top Buggies, three road Wagon-,, one Coach, Portland Sleigh, onu doable Harness, 3 single Sets, 3 robes. 124 West Nineteenth street. Don key.?wanted one accustomed to ohil dren. gentle and well trained to ride or drive, for :i boj ltl years old; will patch use eltlierwltli or without liarnce1 and wagon. Address, with particulars, E. D. WOODRUFF Anbnrn, X. Y. [A LEO ANT PORTLAND CUTTERS AND FAMILY Pi SLEIGHS. Three Coupes, in good order; three-quarter Clarence, by Brewster A Co.: Coupe Hock a way 8; six-sett Ruck . ... . Roeknwav, by Miner A Slovens; Barouche, by Brewster A Co. ; Victoria, by Moore; top road Wagons, by Brewster A Stivers; Pline tuns, Kockuways, Depot Wagons, Harness, Blankets, Itobes, Ac., Ac., ut private sale, by VAN TASSELL * KEARNEY, 110 and 112 East Thirteenth street. ITU)WARD SCULNCK, AUCTIONEER. Elegant Horses, Carriages, Coupe, Park Phaeton, Harness, Robes, Ac., Ac., at tlio private stable No. 142 West Eighteenth stteet,' THIS DAY, ut 0>? o'clock A. M. IilOR HALE?A FINE YOUNG FAMILY OR ROAD llorse; gentle and broken to tin cart; sold for want of use. Call at the Boulevard Stables, Fiftieth street, near Seventh avenue. IpOR SALE-ONE HORSE OUT OF TWO, BUSINESS Wagon, Durness and light Wugun. In tho butcher store 220 Sixth itvenue. IriOR HALE:?A LARGE DOUBLE TRUCK, IN COM plote order, carrying from 4 to 5 tons, cheap. Corner Wythe itvenue anil Hay ward street, Brooklyn, E. It. T7I0R SALE-TEN SOUND YOUNG HORSES. SUITA r hie for carts, trucks or any kind of heavy work, Can be seen at 17 Leroy street. TOOK SALE?A SPLENDID BLACK COUPE IIORSE, 16 J? hands high, 6 years old ; very stylish, of lino action and a free driver; is warranted sound and kind both In single and doable harne ss. Jo be seen at private stable 117 E?et Twenty second street. DIOR BALE-TWO HORSES; CHEAP. INJURE AT U No. 431 East Twelfth street. T7H1R SALE?ONLY FOR WANT OF USE, PONY BUII L sorrel Mare, 15 hands, 8 years; lit for any light us price $05; all sound. 37 Greenwich av , corner Charles St TjlOR SALE?A VERY HANDSOME VICTORIA, BUT T1 little used. Wood Bros, makers. Can be seen at front private stable, ISO West Thirty first street. For sale-one oe the finest built black Horses in the city. 15,'g hands high, 7 years old; war ranted sound and Lino ami suitable for any business. In quire, for thren 'lays, at coke office, corner V\ est rorty sec ond street anil Eleventh avenue. ipOR SALE?A MAIL PHAETON, FOUR WHEELED J? Dog Curt, Coach nnd Clurenct, with five carringo j Homes. Apply Thursday ami Friday, at lilt) Fill); avenue FIOK SALE?AN ELEGANT COUPE, WITH OK WITH. ?ut horses nnd harness. Apply at Merchants Siablns, Twenty-ninth street and Broadway. IDOR SALE-BAT CANADIAN PONY, PRICE >S7r>: also bay Horse, Hi.'-, hands III. h, $tt.ri; both warranted . lkjn. .. i.. . . sound and kind; also two Business Wagons Inquire at 1311 South Filth avenue. ? I NOR SALE CHEAP?CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY, 1 with Tools, Stock, Fixtures and Lease; owner having other business Inquire at 83 llowery, New York Severn Wheel Company. I TOR SALE CHEAT-SUPERIOR BAT CARRIAGE Coupe or Doctor's Horse, ISV high; very Stylish, jl * uwi?? ui I'iitiur s inir?u, m?urul ami kind: 0 year* old; price !?:i very hamt*<jme and t'nat roan warranted auund and kind; trots in 3 minute? ; prion . Kald for want of use Owner, 12d Wo*t Forty nintb street, private stable. Id; price worth $500; elw in l ony, 14 liandi, 0 years old; ; trots m 3 minute?; prion $373; GTREAT SALE OF HOUSE BLANKETS. T THE EUREKA HORSE BLANKET COMPANY, 3d Mercer street, near Grand, are offering their ru turner Stock at retail at wholesale price list. Harness.?tiie cheapest harness store in Now York; good Rujrgy llarne^B, hand made, $13; poo<I Grocer's Harness, .$^5; good Milkman's Harness. $3*); jrootl Double Truck lliirnetfs, $30; good Staldo Blankets, $1 .in I'lsnsr rail and examine Tor yourselves. FISHER A OSBORNE. 71 Hurclay street. New York. Horse blankets, TRUCK BLANKETS. DRESS BLANKETS, STABLE BLANKETS, By the bale or single one, nt prions which can't be brat Harness of all kinds, my own make, uud wurrantod band made. E. BARTLKTT, 62 Warren St., corner College place. TMPrtRTANT TO HORSEMEN AND CLIPPERS ?HAR I RIHON'8 patent Horse Clipper; warranted. For sale by SEAMAN BROTHERS, 122 Chambers street, New York. $3 each. pRTV ATE STABLE OR TART OK STABLE 17 WEST Fortv fourth street to lot; room for two establishments; stall.; two snits for coachman. Terms moderate. KARE CHANCE-FINE STEEL GRAY HORSE, WAGON i and Harness, a complete grocery rig, at miction, to day, at 11 A. M , corner Hlvingtou and Attorney streets. LOUIS MAYER, Auctioneer. 'TABLE WANTED?TO ACCOMMODATE FOUR ) horses with wagons, near the Hiblo House. J Fl SHELL A SONS. OECOfcD HAND CARRIAGES. Two Clarences, two I.and -iulrt?, one Coupe, Jl ; l.,,, Coupe liotkawuys, one half top Cabriolet, ihree no top Depot Wagons, eight, spring Victoria, Mail l'hneton, Ktanbopo Phaeton, three half ton Phaetons, two T Carls, two wheel Dog Cart, lour wheel Dog Cart, top and UO top Wagons; some by Brewster A Co., of Brooipe street, and in line order. X. 8. FLANDRAU, 872 and 374 Broome street. Old stand of Brewster It Co. fjpil K OHIO ELECTION. SEE THE EVENING TELEGRAM TO-DAY. rriiE 1 Tl PUBLIC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT THK FOLLOWING PLACES ARE THE ONLY AUTHORISED OFFICES FOR THE ^RECEIPT OF OAS FO ADTF.KTIHKMENTH AND BUBSCRIPTlOln FOR THK NEW YORK HERALD BROADWAY. COKNUU ANN STREET. 1,263 BROADWAY. 530 SIXTH AVENUE. 114 SOUTH SIXTH STREET, PHILADELPHIA CORNER FULTON AND BOKRl'M STREETS, BROOK ?YN. ~\\TANTED,?A LIVERY STABLE IN EXCHANGE F<?R TV a good 24 acre Farm near Morrlstown. N.J. No in eorabrance. Address S. H., box 4S1, Morristown (N. J.). Post, ofllce. . YV"ANTKI) t0 EXCHANGE-MANUFACTURING TV Stock, well j _ d in-'terled, fbr good Team complete , horses yming. sound and kind Owners only address UOOD IN VESTMENT, box lc.2 Herald "dice. XJLTANTED?A GOLDEN BAY CARRIAOP. GELD VY lug, lullie hands, with b'ack points and long tall; must be young, sound and grod tempeied Address, giving price and where to be seen, HORACE, box J.iMti 1 oat oOtee. fclfWI -nearly new top full SPRING lit E) L' JUi Wagon, the greatest bargain in tho city, for it O'LEARY BKOTHKKri'. 1,4 )2 Broadway. ROAD sale WANTED TO PURCHASE. ED?FOR CASH, A ard (good slie) and Cicn long*. mint be In ff-'od i description, C J. P , Herald office. ?11 rANTED?FOR CASH, A SECOND HAND FIDE TV Board I good size) and Cigar Showcase, not less than Ave ten long; must be In good order, Address, giving fnll TIT ANTED TO PURCHASE?FO* CASH. A PAYING TV Grocery Business In New York, Brooklyn or vicinity. Address, with fall particulars, Bl SIN ESS, ;i36 West Four teenth street, Now York. X If ANTED?A HBATRE, RUITABLB FOR PARLOB VV with Register for room above, In complete order; stat price, make, Ac. Address CASH, bo* 167 Herald office POST OFFICE NOTICE. POST OFFICE NOTICE -THE MAILS FOR EUROPE J, for the week ending Hal urday, October 16,1873. will close at this oBh c ss followsOn Tuesday at 12 M ,on Wednesday at 12 M., on Thursday at 11 lJU A. M..nud ou Saturday at 8 and U .3" A. M. t. L. J AM LSt P. M. FOR BALK. "Jf there exist* <?)? office which 1*0re than oth*i* should be utterly divorced from jioliticti-' CQUti ieettum* it is that of a clerk or titl<uty cin k of a criminal Cvur!. RKoun (Hackett. * SPLENDID CHANCE-OWl.VO TO lJ.i. HK.Vl.TH ti\. I offer fur .ale m . B>i-iue??, wholesale grain ami hay ; lone edubli.hed, in uuo 1 nourishing condition, wifli a flno trade; warehouse splendidly locuioa; the help wltl rem kin if w?..tml. Inquire ol HALL a MAXWELL. Nc Moidea lane, Mew Y< rl. \ handsome win; lkr a wilson skwino .\ M n" 11111 e: perfect order; tic ker and atta.! men; '.at" l*h te; cost, .it-, mouths as . k; ., wiii ij., * ,bl ? ,r i 'alt at tt.'i IV.in l street. A GOOD < or.ykr 1.141 tHt s11n:i: in v sri.EK a\ did loeatiou in Wlllinm.tinrg, well fitted iu t loirc a line l.u. i , ?. Apply to OA I INKY A SMlVll, A .ctiou ccn. office 1, ("cut street A HARDWARE STORE AND FURN.ttr.', ai'slMMS ior -ale?Old establi hod place; does a tnei btflucss; this is a spl- to!!d oh juoe Mitchell's tore Agency. I V OI.D ESTABLISHED UPTOWN I AN" Y i 1KB' tiY an.I Confectionery Dqslni .it, on Sixth .vjnoe, to ho sold cheap fur ra*h; only reason lor s* V, ny. . 0f owner. Apply at I'lULfl'SK.VS, No. 978 ?Sixth I5rst floor. A FIRST CLASS HARDWARE 1ICSINF.SS l'OR u.jL shIo?Doing good trade; Titten<*nmb?r?*a; u.rnor u ihln??' to retire from hunliiotN. For full partieuUis its? GOliV I'Hl HS A- f.VYfeOK, 208 Broadway. A ? for S U.IMtKSTAI'K ANTS, 110TEM. ( ORXKR J.Y* Liquor Sturo#, corner Grocery Stores, Gi,?r Store*, t'onfcctiotiorii'g, Rakcries, Snlondld HilllnrJ H.ilooni, down town S&iupla Rooms. MITCHELLS Storo 77 <Vda? iirftct. A FINE LIVERY AND ROARtHXU STABLE FOR ? lata aheap; terms easy rwill exchange for improved property); in doing n good business. MITt HELL'S Store Agency, 77 Cadir street. A CORNER CliiAR STORE, WITH BAR ATTACHED;1 JY on one of the best thoronghfsim in th ? city Apply to city Apply to SMITH A LANE, 225 Canal street, after I o'clock. 4 NEATLY FITTED VP CORNER LIQUOR STORE; J\ l'or .ale; iroou thoHuklarr; Ave years' . . e; lowi rent; to be sold cheap for cash. Apply on pret i.id i? Grand, street. y GROCERY STORE TOR HALR?DOIN i \ NICH iY business In an excellent location uptown. In;,; e ut S> ('. Mil .-ill. I hi Chain her. street. JY Lunch for sale this day : a bur-rnin. rent nominal; lung lease. Apply to ugent, LLOYD, 38 Broadway JAKERY FOR SALE CHEAP?OR PARI'NKi*. WITH } small capital ; the owner havjngtwo ? ike-ni. cannot; attend to tbeui. Address BAKER, Herald Br ..It!> n llmncbi ofiice. 10RNER LIQUOR STORK FOR SALE-SEAR WEST stree t; Len.-i . Stock and Fixtures; '3" ve.u- ndlngj owner^roln;: "ut oftpe bntlness. Apply at FARMER'S, cof' iter of Washington nnd Canal streets. For sale?at a sacrifice, an ?i,d estar. lislicd liat Store, in F'nlton street. Now Vori, doing ar (rood business. Address J. S., Herald office. LffOR SALE-HROOKLYN-A LAROE WD WELL paying Corner Stor - Property, on a leading business' et; will be street; will he sold on reasonable terms. Apply ut SaeAett street. tjlOR FALK?JAPANESE PAPER NAPKIN'S. \D L dress O. W. LAKE, box 3,051) Post office, New York. Send stamps for sumples. IitOR SALE?AN OLD ESTABLISHED Mo ' - s'r.iRE* cheap rent and a good location. Apply to JOHN sl'EWJ ART, 08 Seventh avenue. LIOR SALE ?THE STOCK, LEASE, A' . i>. i'HE OLtf J? established flour store of Oeorge Sotutefer lei resed. Inquire of THOMAS J. O'CONNOR, 137 A ? an ,. II ? ruee! Eitthtb street, or of J. L. CARBJ1EY, llr.iad and \l atsr streets. . EVOR SALE?AT THE ST. JOHN HOI Si'. CORNER of Canal and Washington streets. IS.UUO pouods of ehoicc California llrapes, of Mlsslau, Flanea, i key and itoso of i'eru, In fine order. W. S. CitsfLY. TTtOR SALE-A PROMINENT CORNER U1 I i lIER J; Shop ; satisfactory reasons given for selling A. LLOYD, 80 3. ad * ay. ' TTIOR SALE-A COPPER KETTLE, HOLDS . s? .;.4L J Ions, as good as new, cheap for cadi, n.to Atlantic nve~ nue, Brooklyn, cigar store. TjiOK SALE?A PROMINENT CORNER LIQVOlt STOREj .1? on Eighth avenue, corner Fifty-seventh sir.-.-t. For information inquire of JOHN BRAMUAN, N > - <7 Lightbf, avenue, or in (tore. For balk?first class confectionery, in tub cltjr of New Haven, Conn.; best in the 'i' > sriiig tour, other store* t? attend to the only reason t .r .. . :o ;. \pply! at H37 Broadway, New York. T7K>R RALE?A MUST CLASS BOtVIS *M> SHOBj I? Store , It has not changed hands in Ul years; sales last, year If'JJ.tSi). Address B. 8. N? box 101 Herald >Hi. I^OR SALE. -LEASE AND FURNITURE fino, first classcountry Hotel; no better m ever offered. Inquire of CHARLES lv. FLEM! West Twenty-third street. IjfOR SALE?A STAND IX Till-: WASHING I N *AR kct; wholesale fish row, pier 34 X rlfi rivor Emir sale.-a patent for a valumilk ivr prnvement for an umbrella runner and tip tinkler. Ad dress S. It. P., Herald office. IjlOR SALE?RESTAURANTFOB BROKERS AND MEK? J.' chants; beat stand in Philadelphia; t.i. ? -I: nice. JOHN II. I'll AMBERS, 838 Chestnut street, P tilelphln. rfOK SALE CHEAP?A LOT IRON TAR Ki TTLES _T on Wheel*, 350 to dQOgnlknis each; (irave'. Ac. corner Wvtlie avenue and Ilayward etreet. Bro 'n n. K. D. IpOR SALE CHEAP?OFFICE FIXTURES O b MA ' chlnerv, ia complete running order, fo mo i tore of Sapor collar* and (.'tiffs Inquire of en. x ,. , Haven. ailrcad depot, corner of Franklin and Elm -Ter:s. ,ir at 807 Eeet Foriy-wlglttb etrnel. i I.ANX. rpilK FIXTURES, STOCK AND LIQUORS 1HEOT.IF 1 established Liquor Store IP'.' Canal street ?? <-r Mul berry, will be aold Thursday ncvt, at l"'j oV'nrk, t>> publlo auction- LLOYD, Auctioneer, 38 it I way. fTHIE OHIO ELECTION. I . SEE THE LYENINO TELEGRAM l''DAT. 11HE STOCK AND FIXTl RES OF t WKU ESTAB liahed Fancy and Dry Good* Store for -tale \ q iy at 4d8 West Forty-second struct. That little qem.-thk sa?"h; room 3$ FMton -troet. close to ferry, will he sold " day bjr auction at II o'clock; eeo awtton column. Li.UVD, Auc tioneer, 30 Broadway. MAC1UNKKY. "//" there Aiuta an ojQice which more than my other thouH be utterly divorced from politico! c- )uidera/it HI it U that of a clerk or deputy clerk of u criw^U r irt. "a? RkCORDER H AC RETT. ENGINES. BOILERS, STEAM PUMPS, LATHES," Tanks, Kettles, Ac.; large variety. new ,.t t second hand, at low figures; steam heating ami. hli no WILSON A ROAKK, Front and Dovur itreei*. I>1LLEY WANTED?A LIGHT PULLEY SECOND* hand, about ti fret In diameter, 30 inch I tor m i :i inch bore Aadrtsa, stating sisc, price and where to be soen, PCI.LKV. box 1,710 Poet ofllcc. WANTED?AN ENGINE AND BOILER. Ff'.oN ? TO 10horse power; portable preferred. Address stating; price and full pajticulais, WESTERN MAN, boa if" IIvrah odlce. ? WANTED?A SECOND HAND READY MOTOR GAHf ? f Knoriric of five horsepower; also d-.ilk a?i<1-.rortteif' Spooling Mdohlno, Send particulars to box t I* t oiftico. 100 STEAM COILS, VARIOUS SIZES CHEAP JAMES KERN'S, !H Plymouth street. Br klyn.^ WATtI|K^ JEWELRY, AC. A T NO. 8 ELEVENTH STREET, THREE I" > HI i WEST A of Broadway?Hi annelids, Watches, Jew In -iiv er ware, Ac., bought and sold by ROBERT J. RU-I.S 1 HAL, formerly of Jackson's, 8"ti Broadway. i T 1 374 BROADWAY. BETWEEN THIRTY SK' >M? A nndThirtv third streets, Broadway prices will be paid"! for Oest-off Clothing. Ac., by calling on or a.ldi ?ing B, HARRIS, No. 1,374 _ AMERICAN OFFICE?$75,Ox I ?FINE DIAMONDS. J\. Watches, Jewelry, silverware, India Shaw'.-. ? Una hies, Ac bought Highest possible value paid. Aim mug purchases elleotcd. Established IBM. J. 11. BABinNOER, 7:Ki B.'I 'id'vay. AT 77 BLEKCKER STREET, NEAR BROADWAY.-, Money advanced on Diamonds, Wat dies. Jcwclr; Pianos, Ac.; also Pawnbrokers' Tickets bought of Diamond, VY it (.'he*, Ac. 77 Bloeckor street. Up >1 airs. At nabs a it sirkrt. John and fi i.ton street*.?NEWMAN LEOPOLD'S. Diamonds, A it'-Hee, Jewtlry, A*., bought and aold; Life Poiiciei no minted; ul,o Warehuusn Receipts NEW M AN LEOPOLD. BO Nassau street. I) IAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY. SILVERWARE, _ Furs, Caniel s Hair Shawl*, Clocks. Bron-. c r ? - DA back, when desired, nt very nusll advance GEORGE O. ALLEN, Jeweller, 1,100 Broadway and Tiveaty-ulnih rcet. THE OHIO ELECTION. SHE THE IVlNIHO TELEUR.t v ro D \T. TIT ANTED?1ID EXCHANGE A SET OF PINK COR VL, TT made In Naples Tor a good dark sealskin S.v k. Ad dress CORAL, box 153 Herald Uptown Brauch 1i o. A SIXTH AVENUE, BETWEEN TWENTY FOt'KTH XvIO and Twenty-fifth streets?Liberal advance- madeoit Diamonds. Watches, Jowelry, Silks, Laces and siiawls. Same bought at fhll value. 1. BERNARD. MARBLE MANTELS. A'r GREATLY REDUCED PRICKA _ . An extenaive stock of Slate and Marble Mantels, Wash Trays and Slato Work of every description. PBNRHYR slate company, Union square, Fourth avenue and Seventeenths! N Y. Stewarts new slatb mantels, inlvtd \v:tii tiles, also marble and wood Mantcta. elegant des.gnsl prices very low. 330 end 333 West Twettt; third -t ecl, near Seventh eveime linn MARHLF-ISED AND MARBLE MANTELS, NP.W OUU designs, from $13 upward, (losing out at a or it re duction Tor caalt; Marble turning Tor the trade A. KLAHKK. 134 L?st Eighteenth street, near Th-.d a .'Site, New York.