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WHOLE NO. 14,297. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1875?TRIPLE SHEET. PRICE FOUR CENTS. DIRECTORY FOR iDTERfIfcEIl*. AMUSEMENTS?Ninth Pagk?Fourth, fifth end elxtn col umn." JtSTItO LOG Y?Second Pagk?Sixth column. BILLIARDS? Ninth Pagk?Third column. . , BOARDERS WANTED?Ninth Pagk First, ?ocond and third columns. BOARD AND l.ODOING WANTED?Ninth Pagk?rhlrd column. fJOTS AND SHOES?First PA?K-Slxth column. HOOK I.Y.N BOARD?Ninth PAOK-Tblrd column. BUSINESS Of POKTUNITIKS?Fiith Pauk. BUSINESS NOTICES?Skvk.nth l'AUK-Sixth column CITY REAL ESTATE FUR SALE?SECOND Pauk?First CLERKS!AND SALESMEN?Kiohth I'agk?Fifth column. CLOTHING?Ninth Pagk?ThWcolumn. COACHMEN AND GARDENERS?Eighth Pagk?Sixth COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS?Skcond Pagk?Fifth and sixth columns. _ _ , . , COUNTRY BOARD?Ninth Pack?Third column. DANCING ACADEMIES?Ninth Pagk?Fourth column. DENTISTRY?Trnu.mi Pagk?Sixth column. DRY' GOODS?First Pahs?Sixth column. DWELLING HOUSES TO LET, FURNISHED AND UN FURNISHED?Skcond Pagk?Second column. EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS?Skcond Pagk?Fifth column. EUROPE?Eighth Pagk?Fourth column. FINANCIAL? Fifth Pagk. FOB SALE?Skcond Pagk?Fourth column. FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? Skcomi Pagk?Second uud tiiird columns. FURNITURE?Eighth Pagk?Fifth uulumu. HELP WANTED?FEMALES?Twrlftu Pagk?Fifth aud .sixth columns. IIULP WANTED?MALES?Kiohth I'agk?Sixth column. HORSES, CARRIAGES, AC.?First I'agk?Third and lourlli columuN, HOTELS?NiNTh I'agk?Third column. HOUSES, BOOMS, AC., WANTKD-Skcond I'agk?Fourth column. INSTRUCTION?First Pagk?Sixth column. JERSEY CITY, IiOBOKEN, HUDSON CITY AND BF.It OKN REAL ESTATE FOR HALE?SKCOND Paok? Fimt column. LECTURE SEASON?Ninth Paok?Fourth column. LOST AND FOUND?First I'agk?First column. MA I'll IN KRY?Skcond Pagk?Fourth column. MARBLE MANTELS?SkOOND Pagk?Sixth column. MEDICAL?Skcond I'agk?Sixth column. MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING?First 1'aoe?Sixth column. ? MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS?Tknth Pagk Sixth c dumn. MISCELLANEOUS?Ninth Pagk?Fourth column. MUSICAL?Ninth Paok?Fourth column. NEW PUBLICATIONS?Skvkntii I'agk?Sixth column. PERSONA I.?First Pagk?First column. PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, AC.?Eighth Pagk?Fourth column. , POLITICAL?First I'agk?Fifth column. POST OFFICE NOTICE?First Paok?Second column. PROPOSALS?First Pagic?Fourth column. PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WASTED-FEMALES? Twki.tth Pagk?Fifth column. PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO BENT?Skcono Paok?FIrat column. REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE?Skcond l'AGK-First column. REAL ESTATE WANTED?Skcond Pagk?First column. RELIGIOUS NOTICES?First Pagk? First column. REWARDS?Fhuit Pagk?First and second columns. SALES AT AUCTION?First Pagk?Fifth and sixth col umns. SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES?Klkvknth Pagk and TwkMth I'agk?First, second, third, fourth and fifth columns. SITUATIONS WANTED?MALES?Twm.rrn Pagk?Sixth column. SPECIAL NOTICES?First Pagk?Second column. SPORTING?DOGS, BIRDS, AC.?First . Pack?'Third col umn. THE TRADES?'Eighth Pagk?Sixth column. THE TURF?First I'agk?Third column. TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES?Skcond Pagk First nnd second columns. TRAVELLERS' GUIDE?Skcond Pagk?Sixth column. UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? Skcomi Pagk?Third and fourth columns. WANTED TO PURCHASE?Eighth I'agk?Fifth columu. WATCHES, JEWELRY, AC.?Eighth Pagk?Fifth column. WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OK TO LET?Skcond I'agk?First column. YACHTS, STEAMBOATS, AC.?Tenth FAGK-Sixth Col umn. PERSOKAli. Ann oilmartin-information is wanted ok the whereabouts and address of Ann Oilmartin, who lived iu 1888 at 87 St. Mark's place; supposed to have mar ried andI gone to California. Address Is. IC., 87 St. Mark's place. California papers plcosa copy. A -IK YOUNG Bit OK THE TWO LADIES IN ? mourning, who rode with gentleman in stage and got out at Cuual street and afterwards met again walking oppo site Stewart's. Broadway, doslrus the honorable acquaintance of tlio gentlemen, she.will oblige by addressing VERITAS, Herald office. Any information that will lead to the whereabout of John R. Tobln, native of Limerick, Ire land; is about 40 years of ago, will be thankfully received by his sister Mary Jane Tobln. Russell llousn, Ottawa, Canada. When last heard from, 10 years ago, was in Philadelphia. ' BOLINOER, AGENT AND AUCTIONEER?PLEASE call at 55 w est Thirteenth street. B. IKIDAV.?LAKE GEORGE. GEO. II ASHLEY-PLEASE CALL KOR NOTE AT Brooklyn Post office. HEMPSTEAD PAIR. INFORMATION WANTED-OF CYNTHIA MARIA Booth (now married), daughter of William and Cynthia Booth; resided, in 1 HS>:t, in West Forty-third street, corner of Ninth avonue. Apply to or address J. NUGENT, 802 Ninth avenue. IP MRS. JENNIE CLARK, OK PHILADELPHIA. TS in the city, please call immediately on Mrs. BATES, 18 East Thirteenth street. I REGRET THAT IT WILL BE IMPOSSIBLE TO Jl keep engagement. Shall he very busy all this week, but will be on hami Momlay sure. You understand. ONE. "vflMOSA" IS DYING I SOMETHING SAD HAS J>L happened! Sho says yon are in Baltimore. Come or communicate at once or it will be too late. POSTER BATHER. Maggie-your valued letter received but you give no address. A great disappointment, for I long to see (lie authoress. Address, as before, box 100 lieralu Uptown Branch office. M Y LOTTY?ALL RIGHT. HALF-PAST EIGHT. II. WILL MRS. LENA W. SEND HER ADDRESS TO her sincere friend at 11411 Broadway, who, whatever may be her circumstances, seeks only to befriend her. WILL BEAUTY OF BROADWAY CAR, WKDNE8 day noon, kindly favor with acquaintance admirer op posite, through K., box 154 Herald office? RRLICFIOUS NOTICES. Hold the fort for i am coming with cos pel and Royal Songs. Winnowed Hymns, Ac,, followed bv native, Carolina, Methodist, Baptist Jubilees, Ac., Fri days, 7'j P. M. BENJAMIN ALBRO, 35.1 West Thirty ?lxth street. LOST AND FOUND. Found?on Monday last, in east Houston street, a gold Watch and Chain, probably stolen and thon thrown sway. The owner can have the same by proving property and paying expenses. Call at 233 Bast Houston etreet, between 0 and 8 o'clock, T OST?ON TUESDAY AFTERNOON, A WHITE SPITZ AJ Dog; barks constantly; $5 reward will bo paid for bis return to stable 06 West Forty-third street. I OST?ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 11 IN THE VIC IN i Ity of Wall street, a gold and Jot Locket, containing photographs of two children. The Under will bo rewarded by returning the same to SNOW A BURGESS, OOgSonthst. IOST-A NEWSPAPER PARCEL, LEFT IN SOUTII J ferry stage about 11 o'clock Wednesday morning, con taining letters. Ac. Suitable reward on infdrfiiation to C. B., Herald cilice I OST?IN VICINITY OF THIRTY FIRST STREET, 1 Broadway. Madison avoutie or Twenty eighth street, one gold Earring, turqnois sotting. Finder will be suitably rewarded by leaving same at offico or Winchester Hotel, lilrt.v (list street and Broadway. I OST?ON WEDNESDAY AFTKRNOON, 13T1I INST J a solitaire diamond Borring, In going from Fifth Av nun Hotel ?tono , ? ? going irom ruin Ave Hotel up Broadway to Thirty-ninth street. Value o hy leaving it at 33 West Thirty-third street. IOST-A I.OCKET, SET WITH DIAMONDS. THE J full valnc will be paid for by returning tho same to No 23 Eldrldge street. iOHT-A BLACK LEATHER POUCH, CONTAINING I receipts and two books; on Broadway, Broome street to rood avenue car. A liberal reward paid Tor Its return to 929 Second avenue. I OST?FRIDAY EVENING, AT UNION SQUARE J Theatre, a ge ntleman's gold hunting case Watch and Chain; also a Russia leather Pooketbook, containing a large gum of money The tinder will be liberally reworded hy re turning the above article* to J. F. B., 18 East Twenty ninth ?treet I OUT?ON MONDAY, A GOLD BREASTPIN WITH A J bug In the centre. Tho (linler will be suitably rewarded ami no questions asked. Address B. 0., Herald Uptown Branch office. I OST (|R STRAYED?A SMALL ITALIAN SLUT J Hound; white face, white stripe around the throat. Any person bringing tho same to No. 838west Twenty third street will be suitably rewarded. LOST-ON SUNDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 10. A LARGE black Dog; answers to Ma|or. A suitable reward will be paid on bis return to Mrs. MANN, 103 East Thirty-fifth ?treet. REWARDS. d?r ItEWAffiD? LOST, ON TniRD AVENUE (IRON Jpv) Fifty fifth street, a bundle of Boxes, Flowers end Feathers. Apply to K. MEUEK, 46 Division street. AOr REWARD WILL BE PAID AND NO QUBS JpU'J Hons asked for the return of a heavy black Business Coat, together with papers In pockets taken from County Clerk's office, Tuesday afternoon, or the coat ran be retnlned If the papers, which are of no value to anyone but the owner, are returned by mall, express or otherwise to ED MUND M. PLUM. Connty Clerk's office. ? d-Or REWARD?FOR A SMALL SOLITAIRE DIA epj&t/ mond Pin. lost on Tuesday. The finder will please return it lo WM II. II ALL, 239 Greenwich street, and re ceive the reward, with thanks of own*. AOf: REWARD?LOST, OFF EXPRESS WAGON, one small Trunk or Hat Box, marked on tie tag J. B. Ives, Beaufort, N. O., and New York Transfer Company'e tie tag No. 12P. addressed Old Dominion Line. The above reward will he paid and no questions asked on return to R. J. BLACK, 044 Broadway. BSWARD 92CO -STOLEN FROM THE LIVERY AND boarding stable. 59(1 Atlantic Street. Brooklyn, a black are, Wagon and Harness w. 0. McDONELL. KKWVUDH. XiTaaa rewakd-for the return of tfl L.' '*/"/ goods, consisting of Watebes anil Jewelry, stolen froiu 128 Bleucker street on the night of October 7, 1'iTfj. No questions asked. (J. FREDRICK. A SPECIAL ' 1VOTICBS. -THE FIFTH AND MAINJ)RAWINU > of the Eighty eighth Royal Saxon Government Lottery will take place from November 1 to 22, A 3tt,( 09 Prizes to bo drawn out of HO,00(1 tickets, of which In :? 1 Prise of 5(iO,ooo relehsmnrk, oiiual to $1110,000, gold 1 Prise of 3(*>,(.**) reiehsmurk, equal to 7:1,000, gold 1 Prise of 2(X)t0(X) reicbguiark, equal to 4H,ooo, gold 1 Prise of ISO,000 relehmark, equal to :(It,IX*), gold 1 Prize of 10 ),<)(*> reiebamark, equal to 34,1X10, gold 1 of 30,000, 5 of 80,01 k), -_-i> of JS.IXX), 50 ,.r 5,000, i**)of 3.CXX), 700 of 1,000, HUOof&X), 1,000 of 300 and 01,010 or 21*1 reiehimurk. The above drawing <? guaranteed by and under the super vision of the Royal Saxon government. Full explanatory circular* free. TllKODOIt ZS0IT0CH. Box 5,SOI Post o.Ucn. 110 Nassau street. New York. A?DEBILITY BROUOHT ON BY INDISCRETIONS ? and discuses of men speedily and radically cured by HENRY A. DANIELS, M. D., 144 Lexington avenue, near Twenty-ninth street. Office hours. 8 to 3. Afflicted, take noticei?all tiiose re quirlng Important surgical or medical treatment, from whatever cause, speedily cured bv Dr. II. I). (.KINDLE, 142 West Korty-uightli St.. between Sixth aud Seventh avs. ?SPECIAL NOTICE.?MUSCULAR OR NERVOUS ? debility, indiscretions ofyouth anil uiaiihiHid radically uud pormnnently cured by Dr. X,. J. KAHN, M. D., principal and proprietors of Dr. Kulin's msgnlllcent Museum of Alt and Science, tins Broadway, Residence, 51 East Tenth street, between Broadway and University place, New York. Hours of roiisnltiiiiuu from 10 A. M. till 2 P. M. and from tj till H 1'. M., or by appointment. A -ISAAC (). BOYCK. 207 BROADWAY, LAWYER, A, Notary, Commissioner.?Divorces obtained promptly without publicity; causes?desertion, Incompatibility, ha bitual drunkenness, infidelity, inhuman treatment, convic tion of fulony. Passports obtained. A?SODA WATER, MINERAL WATERS, UINOKR ? Ales, sparkling Wines; manufacture of complete out fits of Apparatus ami Materials, with hill Instruction* J nil departments ol manufacture, bottling and dispensing; ex clusive Rights iu desirable territory; catalogues free. JOHN MATTHEWS, First avenue, Twenty-sixth aud Twenty sev enth streets, New York. _ A-OFFICIAL DRAWINGS pF THE KENTUCKY . State Lotteries. KKNTCOKV, BXTK.t, CLASH 711, OCT. 13, 1875. 12, 58, 51), 21. 78, <i8. 1, 1), 20. 18. 5, 40, 61, 51. KIXTIICir, CLASS 74, OCT. 1, 1873. 1, (17, 10, 57, a. 42. 72, 17, 77, 03, 28, 33, 70. 10. J. 8. SMITH A CO., Managers, Covington, Ky.; Post office box 2,731 New York. j A -PARKS, EMKHSON a CO., AGENTS FOR ? Kentucky Statu Lotteries, drawu daily. Royal Havana Lottery, drawn every 17 uu.vs. Kentucky Single Number Lottery, drawn Oct. 3D, 1875. Prises cashed, Information furnished and circulars sent by addressing PARKS A CO., 181) Broadway, room 4; Post office box 5,272. Private office attached. Office hours, 7 A. M. to 7 P. M. DISEASES OF MEN AND IMPORTANT MEDICAL and Surgical Cases a specialty. HENRY A. DAN IELS, M. I)., 144 Lexington avenue, near Twenty-ninth btreet. Office hours trom H to 3. Havana lottery.-$54o,ot*> in prizes every fifteen days. Next drawing October 1'.). Prises cashed. Circulars of information free. FERNANDEZ A CO.. Bank ers (late J. B. Marlines A Co.), 10 Wull street, rear base ment ; Pust office box 4,094. IMPORTANT TO LADIES.?MME. RE8TKLL, PROFE8 sor of midwifery, can be consulted as usual. No chargo for advice. No. 1 East Fifty-second streot, first door from Fifth avenue. UNTUCKY STATE LOTTERY. SINGLE NUMBER SCHEME. (Authorised by special act of the Legislature.) SIMMONS, DICKINSON A CO., Managers. TO. BE DRAWN AT COVINGTON, KENTUCKY, October 30, 1875. $300,000 to be distributed among the holders of tickets. PRIZES. 1 Prise of $50,0i-*) Is $50,000 1 Prise of 2(),l**>is 20,000 1 Prise of lo.i**) Is 10,000 4 Prir.es of 5,000 are 20.000 tO Prises of 2.5(*>nre 25,000 50 Prises of 1,000 are ? 3(),!*X) 50 Prises of 500 aro 25.IXX) 50 Prises of 250 are 12.500 200 Prises of 100 aro 20,000 APPROXIMATION TRESES. 4 of $2,1**) approximating to $50,000 are $8,000 4 of 1,375 approximating to 2(i.i**)are 5,500 4 oi 1,000 Approximating to 10,000 are 4,000 5,000 Prises of $10 are. A $50,000 5,370 Prises, amounting to $300,000. Whole tickets, $10; halves, $5; quarters, $2 50, Send for circular. Aqdrcss all orders to SIMMONS, DICKINSON A CO., Covington, Ky, T7*?OFFICIAL DRAWING OF THE KETUUCKY Jv. State Lotteries. SIMMONS, DICKINSON A CO.. Managers. Hfrilt'ir KXTIl.t CLAM, NO. 585 ?OCTOBKK 18, 1875. 08, at), 78, 28, 7, 7D, 01), 15, 71, 48, 25, 1)2, 23, 77. KKNTimur CLASH, NO. 586.?Oi Toll Kit 13, 1875, 20, 4'!, 50, 57, 04, 50, 38, 60, 71, 0, 17, 18. It K.N It V KXTKA CLASS, NO. 07).?OCTOBKB 13, 1875. 68, 25, 34, 37, 74, 05, 75, 07. 30, 8, 8, 45, 30, 63. iikxkv class, so. 072.?OCTOBER 13, 1875. 53. 55, 75. 38, 43. 47. 62, 21, 10, 32, 71 11. Full information by applying to or addressing J. CLUTE, 2(Kl Broadway, or Post office box 4,089. K? KENTUCKY ^TAI K Hi?ULK Nl M llr.il. ? Distribution on the Havana plan, to bo drawn October 30. SIMMONS, DICKINSON A CO., Manager*. $300,000 in prizes. Whole tickets, $10. All prize* paid In full without deduction. Royal Havana of Cuba, drawn October 19. Information furnished by applying to, or circulars sent by addressing J. CLUTE, Agent, 2*10 Broadway, or Poat office box 4,909. K? OH ICONIC CATARRH, DEAFNESS.?NEW AND s startling dlxcoveiy; instantaneous relief; worst cases permanently cured ; pat ems treated at u distance; consul tation free. Dr. STODDARD, No. 8 West Fourteenth street. Royal Havana LOttery.-kho.ooo drawn ?vetylfidaya. Next drawing October 19. I'rises cashed; circulars of information furnished: highest rates paid for Spanish Hank Hills, tiovermnonts, Ar , Ac. TAYLOR A CO., Bankers, No. 11 Wall street, New York. Royal iiavana lottery. Royal Saxon i.overnrnont Lottery. Hamburg Brunswick Qovcrnmrni Lotteries. WACI1SMANN A CO., Hankers, Post office box 3,31tt. 75 and 77 Nassau street. Roofing materials. A large stock of all grades of Roofing Felts, dry and tanned Sheathing Paper, Rooting Pitcli and Composition Cement for leaky roofs. E. It. MARTIN. 7<> Maiden lane and No. 9 Liberty street. CJL'RE CUKE FOR CATARRH. O * Dr. WYMAN, 245 Sixth avenue. " All chronic diseases n specialty. The news of today IN THE EVENING TELEGRAM TO NIGHT. mo THE AFFLICTED.?IMMEDIATE SUCCESSFUL J treatment, either medical or surgical, from whatever cause, is assured at the office of Dr. A. M. M AUHICE.VU, 129 Liberty street. THE THiRD AVENUE SAVINGS BANK DEPOSITORS are respectfully invited to nieetat the Germunla Rooms, Corner of Seventh avenue and Twenty-sixth street, of Thursday evening, October 11, In order to prevent the in trusion of any persons except depositors no on# will be ad mitted without presenting their passbook at the door. Doors open at 7 o'clock. Ry order of the Committee. Nntv York, Oct II, 1H75. It HE PUBLIC ARB HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT THE FOLLOWING PLACES ARK THE ONLY AUTHORIZED OFFICES EOll THE RECEIPT OF ADVERTISEMENTS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD? BROADWAY, CORNER ANN STREET. 1,285 BROADWAY. MO SIXTH AVENUE. 114 SOUTH SIXTH STREET, PHILADELPHIA. CORNER BOERUM AND FULTON STREETS, BROOK LYN. TAiAE INDIBN-A~ LAX ATIVK FRUIT LOZKNOB. agreeable to take ; specific remedy for constipation ami Its consequences. K. URILLON, 27 Rue Kamhuleanx, Paris. Depot, CASWELL. HAZARD A CO.. New York. "Yy -A FORTUNE FOR ALL. Foil particulars call on II. LOWE. 231 Broadway, to-day. WYOMING LOTTERY (SINGLE NUMBER) DRAWS " October 15. $1, $1, $1, $1, $1. $1, $1. $1, $1. $t. $1. $1, Invested tl.i# day, gives yon a chance to draw ffiO.OiO, $30,0uo, tot >i)00, $15,<100, $10,000, $8,000, $7,(?.k>, $.?,<*?>, Willi smaller sums, amounting to $31)0,000. Tickets, $1 each; six for $5. Iiavana Lottery drew* October 19. Tickets (twentieths), $l;likfor$5. Prises cashed. Circulars mailed free. ALLEN" A CO., 79 Nassau street, New York. $300,000 IN GIFTS. $300,000. On Saturday October 3<i 1873, at Covington. Ky? the Kentucky single Number Distribution will distribute the above amount Tn sums or from $10 to $30,0<0. Following is a list of some of the principal Gifts ?? J ?? $50,1*1) 1 Gift of $2.1,0 0 elHJ?.*fi-;v 4 Gifts of $3,009 20,000 eXn 2* "IW,3C?.. 25,<*?> 50 Glfrs of 1,011) 80,090 ?X22!0v 60().. 25,11)0 SO Gifts of 2TX 12,<SX) aSC # , J?>.. 20,001) 4 Gifts of 2.1YIQ.... 8,1*10 annriH o""? '"173.. 8,500 4 Gifts of 1,000..,. 4.000 5,000 Gifts of 10.. 50,009 Tickets, $10. Halves. $5. Quarters, $2, 80. THOMAS ||. HAVE A CO., <?*< Broadway, New York. 4x^4-0 000 -ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY. 5 .. .i -. i * ?vcry Fifteen Day*. Circulars, with lull particulars, sent free. O . a r. , . P DEVLIN A ?0., Stslionora and General Agents. J^Jberty at., New York. _ _ POET OFFIQl HOTlPMe 1)OHT OFFICE NOTICE.?THE MAILS FOR EUROPE for the week ending Saturday, October 16,1H75. will close at tliie office aa follows ?On Tuesday at 12 M.,on Wednesday at 12 M? on Thursday at 11 ;30 A. M.. and on Saturday at 8 and U ;.*) A. M. T. L. JAMES. P. M. _ SPORTING?DOGS. BIRDS, dtC. J^IEEECII AND MUZZLE LOADING GUNS, 910 to $600. Wcstley Richards', Scott's. Wcbley's. Moore's, Claybrough's, and other makers. A full assortment ni ' S;>?ntliig (kedii. MOHUYLBK, HARTLEY a graham, 10 Maiden lane. X\T ANTED?AN EIGHT HOKE HUKEt'II-LOADING o* Shotgun; must tie very ci LOADER, box 117 Gerald office. very cheap. Address BREECH _ _ THE TURF. American jockey club, Call Meeting. 1373. at Jeromu Park. 2d, 3th, 3th, Oth, 12th, Hth and 16th days of OCTOBER. Rac es commence each day punctually at 1 I*. M. C. WiiKirt.KY, Secretary. A. BELMONT. President. AT WEST SIDE DRIVING PARK. JERSEY CITY? Trotting, October 14, 2 P. M.?2 :34 Class?r g. St. George, r. g. Fred Tyler, s. g. IIarry Gilbert, eh. g. Silver tail, 1 it. Don, h. g. Judge Robertson, b. 111. Pauline, iL g. Dandelion, s. in. Ellen Mary; alsd 3 minute, with 11 entries. Stages from ears to track. Admission, 91; ladles froe. VAN K EC KEN A BIRDS ALL. Auction and fbekch pools sold at the new York Turf Exchange tills evening and every morning, afternoon anil evening during the meeting on the races at 'JEROME PARK. THE RESULT OK EACH RACE received Immediately after it is decided. ORDERS BY MAIL or messeuger promptly flllod. KRKNOil POOLS open at 7 A. M. Close at 1 :oi> I*. M. KELLY, BLISS A CO., 15 West Twenty-eighth st. AUCTION AND FRENCH POOLS SOLD MORNING and evening at Thomas' Exchange. 1,23'J Broadway, during the races ut Jerome Pork. French Pools open until l:3i) P. M. Tickets $3 each. Prompt attention given to orders by mall or messenger. GEoltGK M. THOMAS. Auction and fbknch pools sold every morning and evening this week, at JOHNSON'S looms, corner Broadway and Twenty-eighth street, on the running races at Jerome Park. All orders by mail or messenger will receive particular attention. T. B. A W. II. JOUNSON. DEKRKOOT DRIVING PARK, FALL MEETING?Oc tober 13, 10, 21 and 22; entries close Friday, October 13. See Spirit, Turf and Sportsman of l ist week. \VM. McMAIION, Proprietor. ?"VJ"EW YORK AND HARLEM RAILROAD, it Jerome Park Races, October 2, 5, 3, 0, 12. 14 and III. Special trains, with reserved cars lor Indies, will leave Grand Central depot on race days at 12:05 und 12:35 P. M., returning after races. Fourth avenue ears run direct to depot. Excursion tickets, 4<> cents. C. M. BISSELL, Superintendent. _ HOUSES, CARRIAGES, ?SC. At auction?tomorrow (Friday), AT 10 O'CLOCK, BY VAN TASSELL A KEARNEY, AUCTIONEERS, AT THEIR HORSE AND CARRIAGE MART, 110 AND 112 EAST THIRTEENTH STREET, NEAR FOURTH AVENUE. LAXDAULET ESTABLISHMENT. BAY HORSE, 16% hands, 3 years; kind and true In all har ness; froe from vice; very stylish ami handsome; is afraid of nothing, of great bottom and endurance ; can be driven by any ouo anywhere, and is warranted kiud and true In every particular. LANDAU LET, pole and slialts by Brewster, and set One geld mounted Harness, Ac., Ac. * BAY MARE, mil blooded Canadian, 15 hands, 7 years; kind and true every way; lias nil gaits under saddle, and for ludios and gents road and saddle riding ami driving ho lma 110 superior, aui ia warranted sound, kind and true. And TOP WAGON, by Dtisenbury A Van Duser, and set fine Duuscouib Harness. GRAY MARE, sired by Gideon, be by Rysdlek's old Ham bietonian, dam a Maine Messenger mnro; 15% hands, 3 years; kind and true in all harness; trotted a full mllu in 2:38; can now trot In 2:45 or better, and ts superior to pole, TOP SIDE bar road Wagon, byCORBETT, aud Bet flue single Harness. TEAM BA Y#10RSES, 13% hands, 7 and 3 roars; kind and true In all harness and under saddle; froo from vice; very stylish ami handsome; can trot together in 3%; one can heat throe minutes; era perfect matches; are Hlrnid of nothing; can bo driven by anyone and are warranted sounu and kind. TOP WAGON, pole mid shafts, by WOOD BROS., and set double Hurncss, Ac., Ac. TOP SIDE Bar Wagon, by J. B. BREWSTER A CO., OF TWENTY-FIFTH STREET. Tho above stock will he on exhibition alter 12 o'clock this day. VAN TASSELL A KEARNEY, Auctioneers. 110 and 112 East Thirteenth street, uear Fourth avenue. A?MAJOR CHARLES W BARKER, AUCTIONEER. . WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 211, at 11 o'clock, TAKES place J. DUNN WALTON'S sale OF IIIS entire stable of rAST AND FAMOUS TROTTING HORSES, AT BARKER A SON'3 CITY AUCTION Mart and New York Tattersall's, CORNER OF Broadway Hnd Thirty ninth street. THE STOCK comprises Thirty-two head of the llnest and, fastest in America, that can trot in from 2:50 dot. n to 2:2U, and includes tho get of Ethan Allen, General Knox, Daniel Lambert, Young Morril, Ac.. Ac. STOCK WILL he on exhibition at Mr. Walton's stables No. 140 West Thirty-ninth street, from to-morrow up to sale. All are fouuestcd to come and ride behind and test the speed of any of the lot before tho day of sale. CATALOGUES NOW roady and can be oblainod at the offices ot The Spirit of the Times, Turf, Field and Farm and New Vork Sportsman, or oi Barker A Son, corner of Broad way and Thirty-ninth street. SALE POSITIVE and no postponement. A?TOP AND NO-TOP EXPRESS, GROCERY ANI) > light business Wagons, second hand and new: exten sion top Park Phaeton, side bar Buggy. Apply at 333 Hud son street. A BRIGHT BAY HORSE, 7 YEARS OLD, 16% HANDS high; can trot in three minutes; the finest coupe horse in this city; also a splendid team of dark brown Carriage Horses, half brothers, 6 years old, 16% hands high ; all warranted sound and kind. For sale at 126 East Broad way. A' T A BARGAIN? A beautiful small sited Laudaulet (perfect order). A. T. DEM ARE ST A CO., U28 and 630 Broadway. A COMPLETE TURNOUT AT A BARGAIN. Light Brougham, stylish bay Home and Brougham Harness, together or separately. Can bo soeu at ANDER SON'S 110 and H'dWiKi Fifth-ii, street. AN ELEGANT COUPE FOR SALE?MADE BY Hrewetcr. Can be aeeii at private stable 310 West Forty-third street. A CLARENCE FOR SALE?AT A VERY LOW PRICE; ia in good order; light and atyllah U springs, box, steps, Ac., made by Wood A Bros. Apply at 64fi University plscc, clgur store, of H. BEXGIERY. ^ ?SECOND HAND CARRIAGES. Landau noarly new, a bargain. Landanlet, our make, in good condition. Demi Landau, our patent. Coach, Clarence and Coupe. Wagoua, city make. J. B. BREWSTER A CO., 140 East Twenty-fifth atrcot. i GENTLEMAN. COMPELLED TO LEAVE THE J\. city, will se(l hia line side bar top Road Wagon for $105; city built; coat, two months ago, $850. TALLMAN'S, 47 Great Jonea street. A1 SSIGNEE'S SALE-ELEGANT TEAM BAY HORSES, 10 hands, 7 years; Park Phaeton, Dog Cart, Double Harness, Blankets, 2 Side Saddles, 1 gentleman's Sad dle and Bridle, Ac., Ac., on FRIDAY next, October 15, 1875, at 10 o'clock, at ARCII. JOHNSTON'S Mart, 10 to 25 Thirteenth street, near University place, by order of DWIOHT JOHNSON, Assignee. AN ELEGANT TURNOUT?LANDAU, BY BREWSTER, of Broome street, nearly new; team of very fine lirown curriagoWIorses and set of silver mounted llarnoss; will bo sold at a sacrifice. Address B. U. Y., box 140 Herald office. A?ONE FINE DOCTOR'S OR GENTLEMA'NS ? Driving llorso, 6 years old, hands high; very stylish; also three cheap Work Horses; property of deceased. Inquire at 40 Wooster street. AT ('f)ST?wagons for all kinds of business, $|l?l to $250; small Handcarts for groeers, butchers and bakers, $30 to $-1"; new Coal Carts, $105; alio two Hand Wagons, ehca p,?t COE'S Factory, 833 West Fifty second st. A -$173 WILL BUY A GOOD TOP BUGGY; COST ? $430 last May; a fine Harness.$30, cost $110; a beautiful top pony Phaeton, $185, cost $100. Private stable, 33 East Twcllth street, between Broodway mid University place. , g A -FOR SALE, SIX PONY BUILT HORSES. YOUNG ? ami sound; must lie sold, on account of husband's death; will he sold at a sacrifice. 55 South Fifth avonue, between lileecker and Houston streets. A?I OFFER, ON ACCOUNT OF MY HUSBAND'S ? death, five Horses, suitable for milkman, baker or any business, at half value. 57 Great Jones street, near Bowery. A -THREE HORSES CHEAP; YOUNG AND SOUND; ? suit truck, express, grocer, farming. Ac. ; $30, $05, $00; also two Express Wagons, Harness; must be sold. No, 0 Bayard street (bakery). A -FOR SALE, ONE CANADIAN I'ONKY AND THREE . working Horses; suitable for any kind of business; to be sold cheap, at 370 Bowery, opposite Fifth street. Avery stylish turnout-very dark brown llambietonlan Mare, 15k hands high, 7 years old; very stylish ; trots In '.$:40; warranted suund and kind. Also one man Road Wagon, made by Brewster, of Broome street; fine Harness; gentleman selling out. GORDON'S stnblcs, Nos. 3 and 5 West Thirteenth street. ^ FOR DRESS, and examlao. oostcrstreet. BLAKNETS. BLANKETS, BLANKETS. 1 read, truck aud stable, from $! 40 on. Call WM. II. GRAY, 20 and 22 Wo Blankets, robes, harness, ac. JERE JOHNSON. JR., 58 LIBERTY STREET, offers a large and line assortment ol No. I goods at extreme low prices to closo out bankrupt stock; a new, perfect, hand made IIarness at $10. BBOARD FOR HORSES.-GENTLEMEN'S HORSES Hoarded for lhn winter; fine stables; best of care ; best reference; road horses driven. If desired. Address G, GARDINER, box 282 Post office, .Stamford, Conn. / J0ACHE8, CLARENCES, LANDAUS, PHAETONS, VV Hrltrkas, six seat family Rockawiys Coupe Kockaways light Curtain Itockaways. Coupes, Ac ; largo assortment of second hand top and open Road Wagons, full spring and side bar, from $40 up; Sulkeys, by Caffrey; Horn em, llarnoss. Harness, from $40 up; Wbloa Ao. WM. It. GkaY. 20 aud 22 Wooster street. HOR.8K8, CWIlltl AGKN, dfcO. VTTBNTION OK (IBNTLKMKN AM) THIS HIDING PUBLIC IS CALLED TO THE UNPRECEDENTED SALE. BY PUBLIC AUt TION, TO MORROW (PKIDAY). OCTOBER 15. AT 11 O'CLOCK PRO MPT, AT T IK STABLE NO. 3 NEILSON PL\CK (MERCER STREET/, BETWEEN WAVKRLET AND CLINTON PLACES, AND IN REAR OK THE NEW YORK HOTEL, OK THE ELKOANT AND VALUABLE STOCK OK VERY KINK, PAST AND RELIABLE HORSES, SUPERIOR CARRIAGES, HARNESS, BLANKETS. ROBES. WHIPS. AC , AC., THE PRIVATE ROAf) TURNof.T OK R. L. STUART, JR., By CHARLES C. DUFF, Auctioneer. Consisting of an elegant, rich and highbred team ? f blood buy Geldings, half brotheis, 15J^ hands high, <5 and oldre both raised in Orange county by Jacob Smith, Esq.; the one was sired by M?^)or Wintield and Ilia mate by Volunteer; their daru was by American Star and known aa the Bennett mare; are extra closely matched, with fine even <!i(positions, and net and drive like one horse together; have Mowing manes and tails, all black points, with strong, muscular limbs, fine, sound feet, fine, long necks, cheerful and pleasnut countenances; they are prompt i n 1 game, al though sate for the most timid to <hlve ; they fd*r nothing and ?re rich, attractive and graceful when moving; they were driven a trial when purchased, on Middletown Course, in 2:13, without any previous training or preparation, and have greatly improved in speed sin"6; they are finely broken, either single or double, ami are, in fact, unsurpassed for general, road or family use, and have us much style as any team of trotters living, and are warranted sound, kind ; and truo, and free from vice, trick or fault. Also the fast bay Trotting Gelding Smuggler; is 15,1k? hauds high, 7 years old; raiser! by J. M. Clay in Kentucky; Is finely bred ; fine symmetery, blood-like, stylish and fine and pure gaitod; honest and genuine trotter; he has uo public record; he was entered in soverul nurses this fall, in cluding the 2:35 class, but, the horse disease prevailing, owner thought better to withdraw him ; ho is very >pe6ay and has great endurance; he was frequently timed past season considerably below 2 :35 and can show 2:25 gait to harness: is without vice or trick, goutle, pleasant; free and easy driver; is well known on road and Is warranted sound and kind. Also beautiful mahogany bay trotting mare, 15*? hands high, U yoars old; whs sired by li. B. Bated en ; dam a May day marc; was raised in romersct county, N. J., by John Wallers aud took premium at State fair for her extra beauty and speed in 1870; she then trotted a full mile in 2 :4H; she can neat 2:40 now ; bus full Mowing mane and tail, st rong, sound and muscular limbs, grout endurance; can trot her 17 miles inside of the hoar; owner lias often driven her from Glenwood, Westchester county, to Forty second street Inside of 50 minutes; she is an extra fine family bcust, afraid of nothing and warranted sound and kind. Extra fast brown Trotting Mare Minnie A., 15 hands high, 7 years old; shows fine breeding; game, stylish and prompt driver; was si rod by Eureka and is well known us the Van dcrbilt Mure; can beat 2:35 on track or road, und Is war ranted sound ami kind. Also flue dark bav Trotting Gelding, 15^ bands high, 8 years old. sired by Pilot Temple, dam a Star mure; lifts uo pub lic record, but trotted at Louisville on truck three heats inside ol 2:11, when lie was purchased by present owner; lias been driven since on road only; is well known on road us the Btu ftit Horse; he is fully warranted sound and kind. Also the fast black Trotting Gelding, 15& hands high, 0 years old; was sired by General Knox, nam by Ethan Allen ; hu is a very promising young horse ; very speedy; can trot sure now in 2:40 and will trot well down in the thirties the coming season; he is fully warranted sound and kind. Also the font brown Trotting Gelding Senator, 15,^ hands high, 8years old, was sired by Kentucky (May, dam by Cali fornia ratchen; he trotted at Fleetwood truck, three heats, all inside of 2:43, fastest boat 2:38,.l; Is well known as the Van Bernstein horse; ho can with six days' work beat 2:35, ami is warranted sound and kind. Also Kentucky bred Bay Gelding, 15>? hands high, 9 years old, by Mambrino Chief, dam thoroughbred; ho is one of the most splendid road horses on road in the State; .can show 2:30 on track and repeat, aud warranted sound and kind. Carriages consist of family and depot Carriage", Pony Phaeton. top aud open Road Wagons, Harness, Blankets, Holies, Whips, Ac., Ac. Gentlemen and connoisseurs of roully fino stock are invited to call and examine the above stock before time of sale at stable as abov.i, where tlioy will be ou exhibition up to the time of sale. Halo positive to the highest bidder. N. B ?These horses are acclimated and ready for every day driving, aud must be seen to bo appreciated. Col' PES, LAM)AGLETS, ROCK A WATS AND CABRI olets, greatly reduced; three second hand Coupe and light Kockaways, in excellent order, $165, $350 and $500. J. COLYER A CO., 594 Broadway. (1 HEAP FOR CASII-THREE NEW TOP EXPRESS J Wagons, fivo ton Buggies, three road Wagons, one Coach, Portland Sleigh, one double Harness, 3 single Sets, 3 robes. 124 West Nineteenth street. Donkey.?wanted one accustomed to chil dren, gentle and well trained to ride or drive, for a boy 10 years otd; will purchase either with or without harness and wagon. Address, with particulars, E. 1>. WOODRUFF, Auburn, N. Y. IjllNE CARRIAGES.?EZRA MARSH, NO. 18 EAST : Eighteenth sirect, near Broadway, manufacturer of all styles fine Carriages, for city ami country use, at reasonable prions: work warranted; careful estimates made on repairs; verUicles sent for and delivered without charge; also first class storage. FOR SALE-TEN SOUND YOUNG HORSES. SUITA ble for carts, trucks or any kind of heavy work, Can be seeu at 17 Loroy street. I10B SALE?A SPLENDID BLACK COUPE HORSE, 10 hands high, 0 years old ; very stylish, of fine action and a free driver; is warranted sound and kind both in tingle and double harness. Tube seeu at private stable 117 East Twenty-second street. FOR SALE-A MAIL PHAETON, FOUR WHEELED Ifdjg Car*, Coach and Clarence, with five carriage Horses. Apply Thursday and Friday, at 139 Fifth avenue. TilOR SALE-TWO THOROUGHBRED ALDERNKY AND J? one Ayrshire new milk Cows, each with calf by their sides. For particulars Inquire of B. FRANKLIN, 52 South street. Fur Vale?a ladau, made by wood brothers, in Kent order. inquire at private atnl/le 142 East thirty-ninth street, FOR BALE-SET OP LIGHT DOUBLK HARNESS AND sidebar top Wagon, I'olo and Shaftf; all nearly new. Ad dress box 221 l'ust otticc, Stamford, Conn. FOR SALE?A SIX-YEAR-OLD BLACK MARE; GEN tic and sound; warranted. JULIUS WIESK, Mil Con gress street, Hudson City, N. J. FOR SALE?A NICE TOP BUGGY. NEARLY NEW; suitable for general driving or for a phyaiciau. At SWIFTS Manufactory, 123 West Fortieth street. TVIOR SALE?GOOD WORK HORSES, BOTH LIGHT L and heavy; fit for any work ; will sell oheap, as I have no use fur them. Apply at ice stable, 344) West Tbirty-sixtli st root. T710R SALE? FINEST OA 1TEI) AND MOST STYLISH r Hone in city, with Koal two months old, sired by finest s tddlu horse In Kentucky (taker ol ? premiums). Address KENTUCKY. Herald Uptown Branch uflico. I NOR SALE?FOR $135. A HANDSOME BAY PONY, 1 14*^ hands, M years old; without fault: trots in three minutes; owner has no use for him; will take a set of light Harness in part payment. Apply in store 213 Oram! street. I10R SALE-PONY BUILT SORREL MARK, 15 HANDS, S years, III for any light use; sold only for want of use; price $03. 37 Urueuwlcb avenue, corner Charles street. I NOB RALE.?TWO OHEAP WORK HORSES; PRICE ' $65 And $75; also two light busim-si 'Wagons and Har ness; price $35, $75. Inquire at 103 South Fifth avenue, near Spring street. . IilOR SALE-A GENTLEMAN'S TURNOUT, CONSIST ' Ing of a sorrel Horse, hands high, S years old; can trot In 2 At. sound and kind. Also a sidebar top Wagon. Inquire at MM West Twenty-fifth street. For sale cheap?a first class jump seat Buggy, nearly new. Inquire at 1,4341 Third avenue, be* tween Eighty flrst and Eighty second streets. II HAKNIM.-THI CHEAPEST HARNESS STORK IN New York; (food UjKgjr Harness, hand made, $15; good flrocer's Harness. $25; good Milkman'* llarn **, $30; food Double Truck Harness, $110; good Stable Blankets, 1 50. Please rail ami examine for yourselves. FI.sllKR A OSBORNE, 71 Barclay street. Now York. ARNESS HORDE BLANKETS, ROBES. AO.?HOOD _ Buggy Harness, hand made, from $12 upward; good Horse Blanket* from $1 So upward. Harness of every do acription in stock and made to order. Call and *ee 0. M. JOLLKY, Manufacturer, 411 Murray street. Handsome clarence and landau, with Horses, drivers In livery same as private, to let for shypplug or by the month, at Arsenal Stables, Thirty fifth street, between Broadway and Seventh avenue; also light Rigs. L. J. BERNSTEIN. Horse, top oroceby or express waoon and Harness, $IHU; Horse, Express Wagon and Harness. $'a); Hor*e for coal cart or truck, RBOi not half value. 132 Seventh avenue, corner Eighteenth street, Horse blankets, TRUCK BLANKETS, dress blankets, STABLE BLANKETS, By the bale or single one, at prices which can't be beat. Harness of all kinds, my own make, aud warranted hand made. Uive us a call siol save money. E. BARTLETT, (12 Warren St., corner College place. M IMPORTANT TO HORSEMEN AND CLIPPERS.?IIAR RISON 'S patent Horse Clipper; warranted. Par (ale by SEAMAN BROTHERS, 122 Chambers street, New York. $H each. Landau, nearly new, by brewstkr, of Broome itreet, at a sacrifice. Scon at ARCH. JOHN STON'S, 25 East Thirteenth street. UST HELL 4 HORSES, PROM 0 TO !> YEARS SUIT aide for express, truck or any hnsiness; also onn Horse, Truck and Harness; no work. 21 Oansavoort street, near Hudson. Sacrifice.?havino sold my store, i will sell my Horif and Express Wagou cheap. Call nt 140 West Seventeenth street. The public are hereby notified that THE FOLLOWING PLACES ARE THE ONLY AUTHORIZED OFFICES FOR THE RECEIPT OP ADVERTISEMENTS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD:? BROADWAY. CORNER ANN STREET. 1,906 BROADWAY. !>;m SIXTH AVENUE. 114 SOUTH SIXTH STREET, PHILADELPHIA. CORNER PULTUN AND BoERUM STREETS, BROOK LYN "IITANTED?A GOLDEN BAY CARRIAfJE OELD Yl Ing; full 17 hoods, with black points and long (all; must he young, aonnd and good tempered. Address, giving price and where to bo scon, HORACE, box 8,000 Post office. XITANTED?r.ENTLEMENH ROAD HORSES TO IT board, at Arsenal Stables, Thirty flflh strcof, between Broadway and Seventh avenue; best feed and attention; $3<) per month ; box stalls, $35. L.J. BERNSTEIN. PROPOSALS. J^EWTON WATER WORKS. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Koalsd proposals for tho construction ol a reservoir will bo received at the office of the Water Commissioners, In vole's block, Nuwton, Mass , until 11 o'clock A. M. of Tuesday, Oc tober lit, 1M75. Specification* may be hsd and plans may be seen, at said office, on and after Tuesday, October 13. Tho Commissioners reserve tho right to reject any and all bids. R M. PI LSI PER ) Water FRANCIS J PARKRR, >.'omnVissloners ROBERT H. BISHOP. ) Commissioners. EDWARD HAWYRR, Engineer, :ut Barristers' llall Beaton VOUTICAL. AT^..M5rKTfI?a."1' 2?E OI'" t'lTIZKNS ok TIHC _<vi U J A??.j?UU<>b Ueli! ?t Us li??d i|u:irti is 93 Uar*C8 thu Mluwia* Nolutiom wore adopted us reH.I[:-Wj the old ritiieu of the Sixth ward, citizen* from 2<> to 30 year* standing, laboring everv year for tue nominee* of tbo democratic party, without "being recognised in the party, the outsiders without our con tide nee Ket the benefit of our labor* ; therefore, be it resolved Tint we bo and are a baud of brother* together, pledging our honor* that wo will support the decision*, |n all case* of the majority of this club. Ue*oived. That we will not sup port anv candidate to any of the offices that will not pledge himself to us to see that wo will get our share of the patron ago of the several districts According to the number of our voter*. Resolved, That no politician will have power out aide of the oiub?that all communications shall couio before tili.'i club through the Chairman, and the majority shall rule in all case*. WILLIAM CARROLL, Chairman. Patrick J*ayuen. Secretary. QTATK OF NEW' YORK. O . OfricJt or tjjk Secretary or State, > Albany, July 3J, 1875. ] To the Sheriff or txik County or New York SIR?Notice I* hereby given that at the General Election to he held in this State, on the Tuesday succeeding the first Monday of November neat (November 2), the followiug offi cers are to ho elected, to-wit A Secretary of State in place of Dledrlch Wilier*, Jr. A Comptroller in the place of Nelson K. Hopkius. A Treasurer In the place of Thomas Haines. An Attorney General in the place of Daniel Pratt. A State Engineer and Surveyor iu the place of Sylvanus II. Sweet. A Canal Commissioner in the place of Reuben W. Stroud. An Inspector of State Prisons In the place of Ezra Grave*. All whose terms of office will expire on the last day of Do comber next. Also, a Senator for the Fourth Senate district, composed of the First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, Thirteenth and Fourteenth wards of the city and county of Now York. Also, u Senator for the Fifth Senate district, composed of the Eighth, Ninth, Fifteenth aiul Sixteenth wards of the city and county of New York. Also, a Senator for the Sixth Senate district, composed of the Tenth, Eleventh and Seventeenth wards of the city and county of New York. Also, a Senator tor the Seventh Senate district, composed of the Eighteenth, Twentieth and Twenty-lirst wards of the city and county of Now York. Also, a Senator for the Eighth Senate dlstr'ot, composed of the Twelfth, Nineteenth and Twenty-second wards of the city and county of New York. COUNTY AND DISTRICT OFFICERS. Also to he elected in said county, twenty-one Member* of Assembly, to he elected from tlio Assembly districts as con stituted under chapter 007, Laws of 186(1. A Judge of the Superior Court in the place of John J. Freedman. A Judge of the Court of Comraou Pleas in the place of Frederick \V. Loew. A Surrogate in the place of Robert C. Hutching*. A District Attorney iu the place of Benjamin k. Phelps. A Recorder in the place of John K. lluckett. Two Justice* of the Murine Court in the place of Michael C. Gross and Philin J. Joachiinson. A Coroner In the place of Adolph Kessler. All whose terms of ofllce will expire ou tho last day of De cember next. Also, a J udge of the Court of General Sessions for the term of fourteen years, from Jauuary I, 1876, pursuant to chapter 259. Laws ot 1875. Respectfully your*, DIEDRICH WILLERS, Jr.., Secretary of State. Sheriff's Office, Nkw York, August 2. 1875. I certify that the foregoing is a true copy of the election notice received by me this day from the Secretary of state. WILLIAM C. CONNER. Sheriff of tho City uud County of New York. SALES AT AUCTION, Auction notice this day-extra large Ami peremptory sale this (Thursday) MOUSING, commencing at 10^o'clock at the elegant brown stone mansion, NO. 120 WEST TWENTY THIRD ST., .NEAR SIXTH AY. Magnificent Household Furniture, rare and costly works of Art, Ac., Ac. Catalogue comprising over 40U lots useful and ornamental Household Good*, all made to order by celebrated city makers, and will he positively sold in lot* to highest bidders, regardless of cost or value, us all goo<is must be sold and delivered immediately alter sale. ~ Drawing rooms contain, namely Two brilliant toned 7% octave rosewood Pianofortes, Stelnway A Sons and Bradbury A Co.; four superb draw ing room Suits, covorctPln crimson and blue satin; Etageres, Mirrors, lace Curtains, Cabinet* and Tables to match ; Jar dinieros, Stands, bronze Figures, Bisque and Parian Figures, oil Paintings, Lady's Writing De*K and Secretaries, Hook case*, choice Hooks, velvet and moquet Carpets, easy Chairs, Oriental Rockers, Turkish Suits, Cublucts, Music Bux.es; also One Engravings. Bedroom* contain, namely:? Rosewood and black walnut Bedroom Suits, with Dressing Coses, Washstand*. Commodes, Wardrobes, curled hair and spring Mattresses, Pillows, Holsters, linen Sheets Blankets, Chairs, Rockers,Lounges, Bureaus, Curtains, Clocks, Ac. Dining Room contains, namely ;? Black walnut Buffet, extension Table, Chairs, iu icuthcr suits to match ; French China Dinner and Tea Sets, Cutlery, Plated ware, Costers, Urns, Pitchers, Forks, Knives, Spoons, Glassware; also basement and servants' Furniture, new four months ago. N. B.?This is the largest sale of the season. Bole positive, regardless of weather. LUKE FITZGERALD, Auctioneer. N.B.?Competent men to pack aud ship goods, city cr country. Adrian h muller, auctioneer. PEREMPTORY 8A.LE BY ORDER OF EXECUTORS OF THOMAS T. FERRIS, DECEASED. 48 valuable Central I'ark laits, on Fifty-eighth and Fifty-ninth streets, opposite- Central i'urlc, near Fifth avenue pier, a. Eighth and Ninth avenues. Slaty-ninth, Seventieth and Seventy-eeventh streets, to bo sold at auction ON MONDAY. OCTOBER 25, at 12o'clock, at tiie Exchange Salesroom, No. Ill Broadway. The sale includes mid will commence with the * large plot of 20 lots on Fifty eighth ami Fifty-ninth streets, west of the Fifth avenue plaza, and opposite Central I'ark. SALE POSITIVE, BY ORDER OF THE EXECUTORS. Two-tliirda can remain on mortgage. Maps at office of ADRIAN It. MULLER A SON. Auctioneers, No. 7 Pine street. A-JERE. JOHNSON JR., AUCTIONEER, , old stand 37 Nassau street. THIS DAY, AT 10,4 O'CLOCK, 10ND L'RflT HAND HOUSEHOLD FURNITU Elegant rosewood Suit, mounted in orrauln. Elegant rosewood Suit in red satin. Elegant ebony and gilt Suit. 2 superb French pluto pier Mirrors, Cornices aniLConsole Tables; also ono very line gilt mantel Mirror. 2 carved black walnut Houkcases and cylinder Desk, made to order. ANY QUANTITY OF VELVET AND BRUSSELS CAR pets, bedroom and basement Furniture, together witli ail the tine Oilcloths, Chiuaware. Olaaswure, Table Linen and the Kitchen Utrnada, "with which the sale will commence. At 12 o'clook. tno rosewood Pianoforte. Adrian ii. mi ller, auctioneer. AUCTION SALE OF 12') VALUABLE LOTS, on 3d avenue. 4th or Park avenue ; 5th avenuo, opposite Central i'ark; 8th avenue, opposite Central Park; 6th avenue, above Central Park; 57?h, 58th, 63d, 04th, 7Ulh, 75th, 76lh. T7th, 88th, I20th, 127th aud 140th streets. To be sold at suction, on WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 20, at 12 o'clock, at the Exchange Salesroom, No. Ill Broadway, by order of Griffith Rowc, Esq., and of the executrix of Win. II. Itaynor, deceased. The above sale compriacs the most valuable building lots in the city of New York, ready for Improvement. Will be sold. "Maps at office of ADRIAN H. MULLER A SON, Auctioneer, No. 7 Pine street. Auction sale?this (Thursday) morning at 104 o'clock, all ttie handsome and useful Household Furniture at the large private house, 105 East Thirteenth street, near Fourth avenue, at public auction, to the highest bidder, without reserve, consisting of satin, brocade, reps and haircloth Parlor Suits, Carpets, rosewood Pianoforte, Paint lugs, Curtains, Tobies, Clocks, Mirrors, Vases, Bedstoads, Bureaus, Wushstunds, Dressing Cants, Mattresses, Bedding, Blankets Quilts, Lounges, sideboard, Extension Tabic, Glass, China and Sliver Ware, Cutlery, Oilcloth, Stoves, Stair Carpets, Ac. Sale positive. J. KRAEMER, Auctioneer. Auction sale. this day. THIS (THURSDAY) MORNING. October It, commencing at 10O'clock. Handsome Household Fnrnltnro, Pianofortes, Brontes, at tho five story brown stone mansion No. 47 West i'lth si,, between 3th and 6th avs. Parlor, Drawing Room, Library, Chamber and Dining Furniture complete, consisting of two magnificent rosewood case Pianofortes, one four ronnd Chtckerlng, one upright 74 octave Decker A Bros. Throe latest style Parlor Suits, richly carved, covered in rich "damask satin," brocatel and tapestry; Centre Tables. Rosewood Ktageros, Cabinets, Plate Mirrors, Easy Chairs ; Turkish Lounges'. 33 line Oil Paintings, bronze and bisque Figures, French gilt Mnntel Set* tin day Clocks, 8 Bookcases, 3 Library Tables, lady's Writing Posks. Turkisli Stilts. 15 Bedroom Belt complete, consisting Inlaid French walnut and gilt Bedsteads, Dressing Cases, fine Bureaus, Washstands. Also single Bedsteads, 33 Hue hair and spring Mattresses, feather Pillows, Bolsters, Blankets. Rep. plu?li aud haircloth Buita. Marbla top Tables, Rockers; 2 Extension Tables, Sideboard; dining Chaira in leather ; cane Chairs, Crockery, Silverware, Rogers' Cutlery, 2i) velvet, Brussels and Ingrain Carpets. 2 Halt Stands. Kitchen Furniture. Ac., Ac. N. B.?riale positive. Catalogues ready. House open 8 A. M. ROBERT C CASEIN, Auctioneer. Take Broadwey er 8th avenue stage. University place or 6th avenue cars to 16th st. Gooda packed and shipped, city or country, by oompeteot men Alfred i.loyd, auctioneer-!? Broadway. will sell this day, at 10:30, In lots, the Fixtures, Ac., of till) Liquor Store 100 Canal street, comer Mulberry. Sale positive ; dealers Invited. A J. BLKECKEIt, BON A CO WILL SELL AT AUC ? tion, 00 Thursday, Octobur 21. tho four story "uf" stoop brown stmio Ifouso No. 414 Lexington avenue, south west corner Korty-thircl street, with brick Stable in modern Improvements, Including g** fixtures, ?c. Ji *p? at No. 9 Pine street. __ A SSIGNEE SALE ?THOMAS A eor, office 17 Centre street.?GAFFXMY A SMITH sell tills dav, at II o'clock the Stock and Fixtures ot the largo Grocery Store 731 E^ghtli avenue near lofty sixth street, consisting of excellent natures; 'yg'?t tine Groceries. It. one or more lots; also Horse and Wagon. \ T AUCTION 23 LOTS IN THE BUSINESS CENTRE A of Flushing, Main and Amity streets iLeggatt Batata), Thursday, October 21, ins) . f ,? '* ,fK , ,on * 0 premlsosVwltho.it reserve, to tlm highest bidder, to close our contract with the executors. Terms, 10 per cant on day pt sale 23 13 per cent on October 2s and balance in d?' or ton years If doslred, Hie executors prefsrr. iug Hortgages on the properly to cash payments. These lots are bettor for Investment than deposits in any savings ank, and, as the limes are hard, visitors may expect a chance for great bargains, 103 trains dally to Flushing lover) halt houri , fare, 7U cents by two raltTn.uts. 17 dwellings, stores and chnrch built on same block within 1(1 months past. Fare so cheep, no passes. For maps apply to BENJ AMIN W. HITCHCOCK. 305 Third avenue,corner Twenty-sixth street. BY MAX BAYRR8DORFHR, AUCTIONEER-8RLL8 Ilil.< day. at K>4 o'clock, at I!) Llspenard street, tie ^snt Fixtures, Bar, Mack Bar, Mirrors, Picturea, Range, loo "max BAYERHDORFER',8 office. 14 Chambers street. SALES AT AUCTIOlf. B B Br HENRY D. MINER, AUCTIONEER. FRIDAY, Oct,.her IS. st 10>4 o'clock, at private ruldiDM No. 181 Lexington ave QENTEEL HOUSEHOLD* FURNITURE, ROSEWOOD UPRIGHT PIANO. AC.. THE PROPERTY OP A FAMILY LEAVING TUB CITY; TO BE SOLD WITHOUT RESERVE, AS FOLLOWS, English Brussels and velvet Carpets; rwsewood Parlor Suit liipeatrv; io?i?woo?i 7 octuve iipriglit I'lano, cily maker; fancy Table* aii'i Chair*, rinrkit ami Mantel Oriia Iiienu; black walnut Bedstead*. Bureaus, Dressing Case*, VV a..hi;imills and Commodes, en suite ; black walnut Suit, in reps '.Turkish laountfc and Ka*y Chairs; black walnut Secre tary Bookca*M; ladies' Secretaries, KUfferen, extension Ta ble Buffet and Chairs; 1*1 ated Ware, Crockery. Jlullstand, stair Carpets. Oilcloths, Ac. ANKUCrrHALE.-d. fiEKBACIIKB. AUCTIONEER, will sell V riday, Oct. 15. at 11 o'clock, at 112 Fourth ..a?lm*\ .tweuu Tenth and fwelUh street#, the entire Stock ol the olu CHtublirthed firm of Richard W. Front, l'tnlip Kiinir* Assignee, the following property, consisting of first class Furniture, comprising Grand Duchess, I'rtnces* and Marie Autolm tie buits These suit > are covered In hatr cloth, bro mtel, sattu. Ac.; Ltsgere*, (Sideboards, Dressing Boole Cases, uiurble toy Bedroom Suits, Chtffiinierua, Turk Lit LounfCM and Easy Chairs, walnut Suits in gilt and orna mental, thucy Mall ('hairs; also Chair* for churches, par Bun iges, Masonic Lodge Itoom Set, four pieces. Ac. ; bronse and gilt Clocks, Pier Classes ol'all descriptions. fancy woluul Cribs, Bureaus. Wasltetamls, Tete-t-Tetes, Sofas, IVardrol.es Hall Stands, Secretaries. Bedsteads; also lot of Frame* an,! Frames covered In muslin; iron Sale, Herrings'make; two Awnings. Slims ami Flagstaff. Catalogues to be bad at the Auction Rooms. 104 Chatham .street. and ut 112 Fourth avenue, on morning of sale. Dealers invited. BY J. W. CAMPBELL, AUCTIONEER.?SELLS THIS day. commencing at 3 o'clock, by virtue ol chattel mort gage in lots, entire tine Fixtures. Bar anil Back Bar, Class ware. Ac.; .-tock of assorted Liquors, Whiskeys, Rums, Oius, Brandies, Wines. Ac., of 142 West Thirty-third street. No reserve. Buyers and dealers are specially invited. CAMP BKLI,, .1 r., attorney for mortgage*-, oflleo R4 East Ninth st. V J. W. CAMPBELL, JR., AUCTIONEER, SELLS this day, al 10 o'clock A. M., the entire Household Fur niture ol private family, at III) East Fifty third street, uoar Third avenue. Sale embraces a general assortment. Buyers invited. CAMPBELL S Office, 88 East Ninth street. JgOWAKD 80HBNCK, AUCTIONEER. EXECUTOR'S SALE. VERY DESIRABLE AND CHOICE OLD W INES, BRANDIES, GINS, BUMS. AC. By EDWARD SCllBNCK," ON THIS DAY, tlio 14th Inst., at No. 00 Liberty street, at 12 o'olock. Very valuable and raro old stock ol exceedingly fine old Wines, Brandies, Ac., to close the estate of A.J. Hartl?u. 1'liL valualdo stock includes?Godaril. I.,? venue, Jules Koblii, Plauat, and very old Hennessey Brandies; East India, South Side, Essex, Jr. (remarkably rare), Leacock, White Top, Brazil and Bralimin Madeira*; Amontillado, Gordon, and Star and Garter Sherries; rare old L. D. Ports; old West India Rum,S3 years in glass; a few lots of old and remark sblyjlne Bourbon and Rvo Whiskeys, being rettnanta of very old and private stocks when originally purchased by the lato owner. Positive instructions being received, every lot will be closed to suttle the estatu. Samples can bo tested morning of sale. The auctioneer will oxocutc any orders for purchase tree ol charge, lly order A. 11. PERKINS, Executor. IS. WEINBERGER, AUCTIONEER?SElLS THIS ? day (Thursday), October 14, at 10k o'clock, at C!) Bow cry, a variety of general Merchandise, Furniture, Blankets, Cigars, Liquors, Ac. J P. THAVER. AUCTIONEER, WILL SELL THIS ? day, ut lii'j o'clock, at 01) Great Jones struct, Brussels and ingrain Carpets, Parlor Suits, Lounges, Tete-a-f'te, Bureaus, Chairs, Mirrors, Cloaks, Bedsteads, Stovos, hair Pilluws, Sewing Machines, forty elegant Chromes, large lot Blankets, Counterpanes, Tablecloths, Skirts, and also Wines, Liquors, two sets sirrglo Harness. J AMES M. FORD, AUCTIONEER.?AT THE EAST Sido Auction and Commission Salesrooms, at 2 o'clock, tiio entire Household Furniture of a genteel private board big house, 70 Third avenue, consisting of four Parlor Suits, two Pier Mirrors, 20 single, three-quarter and double Bed jtoads, with all the hair and other Mattresses, together with Bolsters, Pillows, Comforters, Spreads, Sheets, Blankets, eather Beds, Ac., almost new; several Carpets, a large va riety of <)ilcloths, Secretary and Library Cases; one elegant -osewoud Bureau and Beastoad. cost $UD,); marble top Bu rouus, Tables Withstands, Mirrors, China, Clocks, Mantel Ornaments, linen and other Curtains, together with many articles for housekeepers and others. MARSHAL'S SALE?THOMAS J. MoGRATR, AUC tloueer, 138 Chatham street, corner Mulberry, will sell bills day, at 10t? o'clock, large lot Tobacco, Cigars, Ac. By srdur r. FEENi, City .Marshal. MARSHAL'S SALE.-J. SEKHACIIKR, AUCTIONEER, will soil this day, at 12 o'clock M., at 10) Chatham itreef, 2 packages of Sherry Wine, ? packages of Port Wluo, 3 bar. ids of Whiskey and 1 barrel of \ inegar. . L. LEVY, Marshal. Mortgage sai,e.-by virtue of a chattel mortgage, I will expose for sale at public auction on Thursday, October 14, at 4 o'clock In the afternoon, at First avenue and Forty fifth street, four Cows. CORNELIUS FARLEY, Attorney for Mortgagee. Mortgage sale.?peter bowe, auctioneer, sells, this day, at 11 o'clock, at No. 487 Broad way, corner Broome street, tho contents of a first class liar and restaurant, consisting of elegant Bar, Counter and Back Bar, Mirrors, Lunch Counter. Crockery, Olass ware, oano seated Chairs, black walnut Tables (round and square). Silver Plated Ware, lee Boxes, Napkins, Table Cloths, Knives, Forks, Spoons, Buffet, silver plated Casters, Ac., Ac. By order of Messrs. COOK A SHUCK. Attorneys for Mortgagee "PAWNBROKER'S SAi.E TUTS DAY.?dAMES AGAR, 1 Auctioneer, will sell at 00 New Bowery, 501) lots Dresses, Shawls, Remnants, table Linen, Under Clothing, Sheets, Spreads, Blankets. Quilts, feather Beds, Pillows, Boots, Shoes, Ac. By order ot John J. Kelly, 2'>8 First av. PAWNBROKER'S SALE.?THOMAS KBYWORTH, Audi.moor, sells this day, at salesroom 202 Chatham square, .MX) JiOts of Men's and Women's Clothing, Bedding, Ac. By order of 11. Hreckwedel, Ninth avenue. PAWNBROKER'S SALE.?R. HELD, GENERAL A CO. tloncer. salesroom 89 Bowery, will-tell thl? "lay, at 11 o'clock, WW lot? Feathers, Carpets. Clothing. Ac, kc.. con Kilting of -100 lots of line Feather Bed-", Pillow* and Bol.tors, Quilts, Blankets, Spreads, BrusrcL and inuraiu Carpets, Ac., Ac.; also 200 lots of Dresses, Shawls, Cloaks, Undorclothlng, lloots Shoes, Ac., Ac. lly ordor llngli McAlccuun, Sicond T)AWNBROKER'S SALE.?MEN'S CLOTHING. THOS, J. J McGRATll, Auctioneer, lf>8 Chatham street, cornor Mul berry, will sell this dm at 11 o'clock -sharp. Urge and general asftorlmont hearer, pilot and cloth Overcoats; doeskin, cloth and coiMtnere Pants-, Vests, Ac. By order J. A. Jasuiau, Varlck street. O HERMAN, SHERIFF'S AND GENERAL AUCTION O, oer.?Winos, Liquors and Cigars. Horso and Wagon? Friday, llctober 15, at 11 o'clock No. IS Bowery, the entire Stock of lino choice Wines, Liquors of an importer and wholesale dealer? vis., of about .KM cases 1802-05 Rhine Wines, Port and Bherrv . about -5 ? cases Brandies, Gin and Bitters; also casks Brandies, Gin, Rum. Ac.; also 85 barrels choice -ild Bourbon and Rye Whiskeys, various brands and nias; casks Port and sherry Wines, and a largo lot of other Wines and Liquors, Champagne, Ac.: also a large lot Cigars, Desks, Safes, Stove*, Ac- Also, at 1 l.k, o'clock, one Horse, Wagon and Harness. Sale positive. Deal-r" Invited WILLIAM C. CONNER, Sheriff. Thomas McSpkoom. Deputy. CtHERIPP'S SALE-GK POCKF.TUOOK8, GOLD 0 Watch Chain, Ac.?8. HERMAN, Sheriffs Auctioneer, sells this day (Thursdayi, October 14. at 11 o'clock. No. 13 B iwery, four gross Russian leather Pocketbooks, ono gold Watch Chain, Ac. Sale positive. Dealers Invited. WILLIAM C. CONNER, Sheriff J uim Fay, Deputy. rpiiE PUBLIC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT 1 THE FOLLOWING PLACES ARE THE ONLY authorized offices for the receipt of advertisements and subscriptions for the NEW YORK HERALD:? BROADWAY, CORNER ANN STREET. 1,385 BROADWAY. 530 SIXTH AVENUE. Ill SOUTH SIXTH STREET, PHILADELPHIA. CORNER BOEHUM AND FULTON STREETS, BROOK LYN. A DIIY GOODS. T A. BURDETTE SMITH'S PATTERN BAZAAR, 914 Broadway, Twentieth and Twenty first streets, lu the store! IN THE STORE!I Great excitement 11 GRAND OPENING of IMPORTED FASHIONS PATTERNS. WITH CLuTll MODELS, NOW HEADY! f Exhibition of Aojuothiog new. Oil Copitfi of ttie _ GREAT ALLEGORICAL PAINTING, after Jarocs II. Heard, of MORNING. NOON AM) NIGHT FRAMED IN BLACK WALNUT AND GILT, OIVKN AWAY AS PREMIUMS TO Si BSC RI BE IIS to the WORLD OF FASHION. Do not loll to sec it. Now on view at t"H Broadway, in tlio store. MILLIMEBV AID DRES8MAKIYO. MAISON WALTON. 882 BROADWAY, ABOVE UNION square.?'Will open on Thursday, October 14, noveltios in Bonnets and Round Hats Juat received; "Mercury" tha bat of the season. VfAISON MICHEL.?MARIE TILLMAN, OF PARIS, Jjl successor. 423 Sixth avenue, near Twenty-sixth street. The latest Millinery of Paris from \ trot, Mlciiniewica-Tuvee, Palm and Pariset. Ladies' exact orders by exprriss. INSTRI'CTTOir. An experienced classical and MATIIKMATI cal teacher, scholar and gold medalist ol foreign uni versity, desires private pupils; prepares for college (English, or American); highest city reforence. Address TKAVIlErt, box 13"' lleralll Uptown Branch office, 1,205 Broadway. i N EXPERIENCED TEACHER, QEADUAtS OF iV Christ's College, Oxford, la prepared to give lessons In Latin, Greek, Hebrew, Sanscrit and Arable. Clergymen contemplating a tour to Palestine may tlnd It to their ad vantage to address POLYGLOT, box 124 Herald office. Business college?wilkson a walwortiph. 30 East Fourteenth streak, comer Union Square; (125fin a whole year's full instruction. Head for circular. 6okKEEPiNG~AND BUSINESS AFFAIRS. 720 Broadway. C. C. MARSH, author of the popular works on bookkeep ing, will reopen his rooms for private instruction to adults in a lew days. Circulars, with terms, on application. MISS EDMONDS RECEIVES PUPILS AND CLAMH* in English literature, composition, letter writing, No.; also persons of neglected education desiring to pnrsue any branch confidentially 20 East Twenty-fourth street. | mo iflPkilHRB.?A CITY DAY AND 1 School using a quantity or uAM *<??? to make an ajr rangement with a butcher havtug ehiblre". '?*!?. '?.ra In part payment for meat. Addreas CITY 8t 1IOOL, Herald Uptown Branch offiee. BOOTH AND SBOtg. OENTLKMEN'S ?oBA (A |?Ilf BOOTS, H MISSES' OF ALU ? strong " wbls Shoe for Dors and Youths,