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WHOLE NO. 14,302. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1875.?QUADRUPLE SHEET. PRICE FOUR CENTS. DIRECTORY FOR ADVERTISERS* AMUSEMENTS?Fourth Pack?Fourth, fifth And sixth column*. ASTROLOGY?Fifteenth Paok?Sixth colamn. BILLIARDS?First Pack?Third column. BOARDERS WANTED?Fourth Faux?First and second columns. BOARD AND LODGING WANTED?Foe nnt Paoe-Soc ond column. BROOKLYN BOARD? Fourth Pack?Third column. BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE FOR HALK-Fhtkknth Pagk?First column. BU8INEHtf OPPORTUNITIES?Eleventh Paob. BUSINESS NOTICES?Ninth 1'auk?Sixth column. CITY REAL ESTATE FOR SALE?Fi?tk?writ Pack? First column. CLERKS AND SALESMEN?Fifth Pack?Fifth column, and Sixtkkntii Faux?Fifth column. CLOT IT I NO?Tii i ktkkntii Paok? Sixth column. COACHMEN AND GARDENERS?Tuibd Pack?Fifth and sixth columns, und Sixtkkntii PaUX?Fifth column. COAL AND WOOD?Fifteenth l*A???First column. COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS?Fifteenth 1'aok?Hfth and sixth columns. _ _ COPARTNERSHIPS?Elkvkxth Pa?k. COUNTRY BOARD?Fouhth Paox?Third column. DANCING ACADEMIES?Fourth Paok?Third column. DENTISTRY?Fifteenth Pahk?Fourth column. DRY GOODS?First Faux?Third column. DWELLING HOUSES TO LET-FURNISHED AND UN FURNISHED? Finxxxrii Face?Second column. EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS?Fifteenth Faux?Fifth col umn. EUROPE?Foe8TB Pack?Third column. FINANCIAL?Eleventh Paub. FINK ARTS?Thirteenth Faux?Sixth column. FOR SALE?Sixtkkntii Faux?Sixth column. FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? FirrxxNTH Faux?Second und third columns. FCRNITUBH?1Thirtkknth I'aok? Fourth column. FRENCH ADVERTISEMENTS?Sixteenth Faux?Sixth column. HELP WANTED?FEMALES?Third Pace?Fourth col umn. und Sixtkkntii I'aue?Fifth column. HELP WANTED?MALES?Third Faux? SLxth coulmo, and Sixtkkntii Faux?Filth column. HORSES, CARRIAGES, AC.?First Faux?Fourth, fifth and sixth column*. HOTELS?Fourth Pack?Third column. HOUSES, ROOMS, AC., WANTED?Fiftbkrth Paok? Fourth column. INSTRUCTION?First Face?Sixth column. LECTURE SEASON?Fourth Faux?Fourth column. LEGAL NOTICES? FlUHT Faux?Sixth column. LOST AND FOUND?First Paub?Second column. MACHINERY?Sixtkkntii Faux?Sixth column. MARBLE MANTELS? Fifteenth Faux?Slxtn column. M KDIOAL?Fifteenth I'auk?Fourth column. MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING?First Pack?Third MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS?Twelfth I'auk? Sixth column. MISCELLANEOUS?Firnt Paok?Sixth column. MUSICAL?First Faux?Sixth column. NEW PUBLICATIONS?Ninth I'auk?Sixth column. PERSON All?First I'auk?Second column. PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, AC.?Fourth Paub ?Third column. POLITICAL?Fourth Pack?Third column. PROPOSALS?Sixtkkntii I'auk?Sixth column. PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED-KEMALES? Third Fauk?Fourth column. PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO RENT?FirTKKNTn I'ack?First column. REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE?FirrxxNTH Pack?Firat column. REAL ESTATE WANTED?Fifteenth Pack?First column. REWARDS? Finmt I'auk?Second column. SALES AT AUCTION?Thirteenth Faux?Fifth and *lxth column*. SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES?Second Pack, and Third Pack?First, second, third und fourth column*, and Sixtkkntii Parr?First, second, third and fourth column*. SITUATIONS WANTED? MALES?Third Paok?Fourth und fifth columns and Sixtkkntii I'auk?Fifth column. SPECIAL NOTICES?Firnt Pack?Second and third col umn*. SPORTING?DOGS, BIRDS, AC.?First Pace?Fourth column. THE TRADES?Third Paok?Sixth column, and Sixteen? Paok? Fifth column. THE TURF?First Paok?Fourth column. TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES?Fifteenth Pace? Second column. TRAVELLERS' GUIDE?Fifteenth Paub?Sixth column. UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? Fifteenth Paox?Fourth column. WANTED TO PURCHASE-Sixteknth Paob?Sixth col umn. WATCHES, JEWELRY, AC.?Fiftbknth Pack?Fourth column. WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OR TO LET? Fifteenth Pack? Kir*t column. TACHTS, STEAMBOATS, AC.?Twxi.ftii Faux?Sixth col umn. IIKKAIil) PARIS BUREAU. TTERALD PARIS BUREAU, 01 AVENUE 1JK L'OPERA. Tho following Is n list of the papers on filo In the NEW YORK HERALD READING ROOM, 61 Avenne de l'Opera, Paris, so far o? their numcs have been commnnicatcd to the HERALD: NEW YORK. All New York city morning nuil evening papers. Dally Telegram New York. Daily Ktaais Zeitnng New York. Daily New Yorker l'resse New York. Daily Courrier dee Etals Unis New York. Dally Messager Franco-Amerlcaln. New York. L'Bco D'ltalia New York. El Coinerclo New York. New Yorker Handel's Knitting New Y'ork. llarpcr's New Monthly Magazine. .New York. Harper's Weekly New York. Harper's Bazar New York. Jewish Tlntes New York. Jewish Messenger New York. " Frank Leslie's Ladies' Magazine...New York. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper Now York. Frank Leslie's Budget of Fan New York. Frank Leslie's Ladies' Journal.. .New Y'ork. Frank Leslie's Pleasant Hours New Y'ork. Nautleal (inzctte New York. The Arcadian New Y'ork. The American Artisan New Y ork. The Christian Union New York. Tho Daily Graphic New Y'ork. The Free Lance New York. Tho New Y'orkor Journal New York. ?ho Home Journal New Y'ork. ho Galaxy New Y'ork. Patent Right Gazette New Y'ork. Weekly Irish Democrat New Y'ork. Monthly Importer Now Y'ork. The Nation New Y'ork. Illustrated Weekly New York. New Y'ork Mercury.. New York. Hands; Mercury New York. Caverloy's Weekly Age New Y'ork. Rural Now Y'orker New York. New Y'ork Ledger New Y'ork. Tho Methodist New Y'ork. Tho Wholesale Druggist New York. Domestic Monthly New Y'ork. Lc Beau Monde New York. The Albion New York. The Wall Street Journal New Y'ork. American Agriculturist New York. The New Y'ork Era New Y'ork. Nordstjernun New York. Sunday Times New Y'ork. New York Courier New York. O Novo Muttdo Now York. Kl Cronista v New Y'ork. Irish American New Y'ork. Cornwall Times Cornwall. Daily Herald and Gazette Utlca. Daily Argus Albany. Daily Courier .* Buffalo. Dally Commercial Advertiser Buffalo. Dally Express Rochester. Daily Budget Troy. Daily Times Troy. Daily Eagle Brooklyn. (1 alette .Y'onkors. The Rough Notes Kimlerhook. Mohowk Valley Register Fort Plain. PENNSYLVANIA. Daily Examiner Lancaster. Daily Bulletin Philadelphia. Dally Press Philadelphia Dally Evening Star Philadelphia. Daily Telegraph Philadelphia. Dully Times Philadelphia. Dally Inquirer Philadelphia. Dally North American and United States (iazette Philadelphia. Public Ledger Philadelphia. Sunday Transeript Philadelphia. Sunday Republic Philadelphia. Sunday Dispatch Philadelphia. Sunday Mercury Philadelphia. Railway World Philadelnlna. Lippincott's Mngnzine Philadelphia. Evening Chrtmiclo .Philadelphia. Daily Commercial Pittsburg. Dally Chronicle Pittsburg. Daily Despatch Pittsburg. Dally Leader Pittsburg. Daily Miners' Journal Pottsville. Daily Telegraph Harrisburg. Dally Intelligencer Lancaster. Daily Times and Dispatch Reading. MASSAC)! USK'iT'S. Dallj Trans ript Boston. Daily Herald Boston. Daily .lour ml Boston. The Golden Rule Boston. Daily Republican Springfield. pally Evening Gazette \t nroestcr. Daily Spy Worcester. The Bnnknr Hill Times Charlcitown. The Cape Ann Advertiser Gloucester. CONNECTICUT. Daily Times. Hartford. Daily Courant Hartford. pally Register New Haven. panLury News Danhnry. OHIO. Pally Gazette Cincinnati. Daily Star Cincinnati. Daily Enquirer Cincinnati. Daily Lender Cleveland. Daily Blade Toledo. Dally Commercial Toledo. IOWA Pally Telegraph Dubuatle. INDIANA. Pally Evening News Indianapolis. Pally Sentinel Indianapolis. The Sunday Herald Indianapolis. MICHIGAN. Pall, Eysning Nsws. .Petrol!. Pally Republican and Leader La Crosse. . The State Journal Dally News havannsk. Chronicle and Sentinel Augusta. Enqulrcr-Sun KENTUCKY. Pally Courier-Journal Louisville. NEW HAMPSHIRE. Pally Patriot Concord. ' NEW JERSEY. Pally Journal Jersey City. Pally Evening Argus Jersey City. paily .loutmil ? ? Newark. Daily Gazette ......Trenton. ILLINOIS. Pally Inter-Ocean Chicago. Dally Tribune Chicago. Dally Post and Mail Chicago. The Bulletin Cairo. The Sun Cairo. Daily Register Springfield. MISSOURI. Pally Globe and Democrat. St. Louis. The Leader Springfield. NEBRASKA. Pally Tress Nebraska City. VIRGINIA, Pally Dispatch Richmond. pally Enquirer,... Richmond. Dally Guide and News .Richmond. paily Day Book Norfolk. The Landmark Norfolk. HERALD PARIS BUREAU. SOUTH CAROLINA. News and Courier Charleston. LOUISIANA. Dally Times New Orleans. Dally Christian anil Advocate New Orleans. The Near Orleans Bee Mew Orleaus. CALIFORNIA. Dally Record Union Sacramento. Daily Chronicle San Francisco. Dally Bulletin Man Francisco. Daily Morning Gall Sun Francisco. Dally Alta Caltiornian San Francisco. Dully Examiner Kan Franolsca KANSAS. Daily Commonwealth Topeko. Daily Times l.eavenworth. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. Daily Capital. Washington. patly Gazette Washington. Daily Star Washington. Daily Chronicle Washington. ? ALABAMA The Mobile Register Mobile. The Advertiser. Montgomery. UTAH. Deseret Nows Malt Lake City. TENNESSEE. Avalanche Memphis. Appeal Memphis. HIIODE ISLAND. Journal Providence. MISSISSIPPI. The Herald Vlcksburg. The Times Jackson. Democrat and Courier Matches. NORTH CAROLINA. Roanoke News Woldon. Cltiaen Ashvllle. MARYLAND. Daily German Correspondent Baltimore. Daily Sun Baltimore ARKANSAS. Gasette Little Rock. CANADA. The Daily Sun Montreal. PERSONAL. ANY ONE KNOWING THE WHEREABOUTS OF Mine. Semitic Schro^dor, nee Stumine, formerly of Mainz, Germany, and afterward a resident of Philadelphia, or of any of her children, will confer a favor on their rela tives by addressing M. K. DK RIVAS, 111 Broad street. F" " RENciFLADY, IN VIOLET AND BLACK, SATUS" day afternoon, between 5 and 0 o'clock, corner Tenth Htreet and Broadway, would oblige gentleman with renewed acquaintance. Address FOREIGNER, Herald Uptown Branch offico. ENTLF.MAN FRIEND OF LADY IN BROOKLYN, E. D., last met Wednesday, September 20, please ap point an Interview through box 2i*> Herald office. LADY IN BLACK (green cars). Cm i lm nines, kunha y eve n i jk; ~?\\ i ll the T young lady with gentleman who uttciiiptcd to resent what he aftm ward apologized for address, stating some Inci dent to avoid mistnka, 11., box 121 Herald Uptown Branch office. INFORMATION WANTED OF HENRY J. EDMONSON ?boot 5ft. Bin. high, brown hair, thin smooth face; hnd oti mixed citsslmere suit, black felt hat and gaiters. Any information ofblui will he gratefully received by his father, iNSON, 211 East Twenty-seventh street. JOHN EDMONSON, |K THE GENTLEMAN WISHES TO RENEW HIS AC I qualntauce with the lady he bowed to on Broadway yes terday he may address BLACK EYES, box 150 Herald "Up town Branch office. JEROME PARK RACES, AFTER TIIE RACES ON the road.?Will the lovely brunette who so kindly smiled and afterward recognised tho gentleman alone in open buggy permit him to make an honorable acquaintance with her? If so, please aduresa G. M.. box 122 Herald Uptown Branch office. , \f It. GREEN, FORMERLY WITH BENNHBIMBB It! Bros., may hear of something to his benefit by calling at 328 Broadway, VTEW END L AN'DKR?WILL YOU DROP INTO THE if satiie confectioner's I saw you before, at precisely lmlf pust 12 o'clock to-day ? Have lost your uddresH. SOUTHERNER. SARATOGA.?WAS UNABLE TO GET THERE. Thirty-second street and Third avenue at eight, or else make another appointment. The datichy self-acting company or emile Haas .t Go. will learn of something to their advantage by sending address to box 71 Herald office. ALLAGK'H, SATURDAY EVENINQ?LADY WHO II noticed gentleman seated behind her in orchestra, ? lease pass Fifth Avenue Hotel, Tuesday or Thursday, at 4 '. M , or address HONORABLE HAftRIE DEXTER, box 100 Herald office. WILL THE YOUNG LADIES WHO WISHED TO OO South rend their address to C. F., llerald Uptown liranch oltiee ? LOST AND FOUND. FOUND-OCTOBER 2, A SMALL SUM OF MONEY, IN Hleeckor Street Bunk. The owner ean have It by ap plying at 542 Hurt Eleventh street. II)ST?BLACK SPITZ (ANSWERS TO "FRILL"), ON J Fine st.-oct, between Front and William. Finder will be handaomoly rewarded on louring him at L. WATER BUKY A CO.'H, 136 Front street. I OST -OU I' K< IM III'. S11 (> A L. < IN M( IN DA Y. OCTOIII 2 R J 11, a clinker-built Yawl, palmed white, with black gun wale, belonging to the pilot boat Caprice, No. 15. A suitable reward will be paid lor her recovery on application to R. W. HIKER, at 40 Burling clip. OST?SATURDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 16, GOING J Irom .1 ones' fancy ?tore in Fulton street to Fulton ferry, an engagement Ring, a aolltulre pearl with six (mall dia monds). Tho Duller will be libreallv rewarded by leaving it in care of Mm. FLEMING, H(v , ,?th Direct, between Third anil Fourth avenues. South Brooklyn. I OST?ON OCTOBER IS. ON MADISON AVENUE J E ist aide, between Thirty-third and Twenty-ninth streets, u blue mosaic and gold Earring. Finder will receive a suitable reward by returning it to 10ft Madison avenue. I~~0S'T? I*ASS BOOK NO. 16,1)33 ON NORTH RIVER J Savings Bank, Finder pleaso leave at bank, Thirty fourth street and Eighth nvenue. I OST?SMALL BLACK* AND TAN DOG. THE FINDER J will be suitably rowurilcd by returning It to 32!) Lex ington avenue. OSTT^yr HEWARI) WILL BE PAID, AND NO J questions asked, lor the return ut 22 West Fifty-third street, of the little Gray Dog taken from Fifty-third street, Saturday night. OST?ON FRIDAY, l.VTH INST., A BLACK MO J roeco Case, marked Tiffany A Co., eontuining Brooch (in centre pear shape pearl, sot in einerulda), also pair of emerald Earrings (set in pearls). A liberal rew ard given and no question* asked if left ut the office St. Germain no nut Hotel, Filth avenue. Twenty-second street. OST?GOTO UK It IS, ~B ETWKEN CANAL AND J Bleceker streets, a piece of Needle Work; measure, 8x10. The Dniler will he suitably rewarded by leaving it at 312 East Fiftieth street. 1' >LKAHg SEND I'Ot7 KKT MEMORANIH:M BOOK AND 1'apers taken front showcase in BKNDINER A BECK ER'S drug store. 44 West Third street, on Saturday night, by mall, and keep tlie money for the trinible. REWARDS. qjr reward.-Strayed, a small Italian qpr) Greyhound, yellow and white, with a blue collar marked 13 Frledrichs strnssc. The above reward will be paid to anyone returning him to .*>0 Clinton place. ijj-jn reward.?lost, on the intii or this ?Jl-I I' month, it small Black and Tan Terrier Dog; answers to the name of Dickey. The above reward will lie paid anil no questions asked by returning him to No. 423 Greenwich Street. CnOO REWARD?for the " article taken ?JpL'M/ from 71 Montgomery street and no questions asked if rel umcd to 82 Church street, over the Honor store. Mrs. MEIIRTEN. IP TIIK PERSON WHO STOLE THE COAT PROM O'Connor's billiard saloon, 1)48 Broadway, Saturday niglit will return Articles in same a liberal reward will lie paid and no question asked. Address A. L. II., Herald Up town Branch office. SPECIAL NOTICES. A -?SODA WATER. MINERAL WATERS, GINGER j\ ? Ales, sparkling Wines; manufacture of complete out fits of Apparatus anil Materials, with full instructions; all departments id mnnufscture, bottling and dispensing; ex clusive Rights In desirable territory; eatalognes free. AOIIN MATTHEWS First avenue. Twenty-sixth and Twenty sev enth streets. New York. ?ISAACTl BOYCE. 267 BROADWAY, LAWYER, . Notary. Commissioner.?Divorces obtained promptly withont publicity; causes?desertion, incompatibility. Ins bilual drnnkenness. infidelity Inhuman treatment, convic tion of felony. Passports obtained. A?THE FIFTH AND M AIN DRAWING , of ? ties Elgbtv-elgbtb Royal Saxon Government Igitlery will take place Drum November I to 22, 1875. 36,tO) l'rites to be drawn out of 80,0011 ticket!, of which Is ;? 1 rHr.e of 500,000 relehsmsrk, equal to f120,000, gold 1 Prise of 300,001) rcieh-tnark, equal to 72,<*?>, gold 1 Prise of 2tsi,(**t reielisniark, equal to 4S,tgg>, gold 1 Prise of 150,000 reielismark, equal to 86,000, gold 1 Prise of 11)1,000 relchsmark, equal to 24,000 gold 1 of 50,000, 5of30.nt?, 20 of 15,1 set, 50 of 5,000, WOol 3,000, 700 Of 1,000, SOOoffttO, 1,000 of900 and 31,010 of 200 relchsmark. The above drawing is guaranteed by and under the super vision of the Koyai Saxon government. Full explanatory circulars Dee. K THEOUOR Z8CHOCH. Box 5,501 Post offlee: lie Nassan street. New York. A ?OFFICIAL DRAWINGS OP TUB KENTUCKY flY. State Lotteries. KgSTCCKT, KXTKA CLASS, KO. HI?OCTOBKK 18, 1875. T), 75, 38, 23, 4, 30, 40, 24. 2, 15, OT. 56. KKXTUOKT, CLASS 80. 82?OCTOBKK 18, 1875. 05, 22, 57, 15, 18, 17. 78, 37, ft, 8. 70, 77. .t S. SMITH A CO., Managers, Covington, Ky.; Post office box 2,751, New York. A?PARKS, TLmKKHON A CO.. AGENTS FOR . Kentucky State Lotteries, drawn dally. Royal Havana Lottery, drawn every 17days. Kentucky Single Number Iaittery, drawn October 30, 1875. Prises cashed, information furnished and circulars sent by addressing PARKS A CO., 180 Broadway, room 4; Poet office bos 5,272. Private office attached. ^Office hours, 7 A. M. to 7 P. M. A?A?6540,0* k); ROYAL H A V A N aToTTKRY ; DRAWS ? Octotier 19. Kentucky single number State Lottery; ?3(g),000 in rash gifts, draws October 30. Information in regard to nil lc_gal lotteries given and circulars sent tree, by addressing.I. T. EDGE A CO., Iliiancial agents, 00 Broad way, room 2, New York. Post office box 1,500 A?OCTOBER 27.-LAST CHANCE?A FEW SHARES "... 7 l?lt for the premium drawing of the Society of the Fine Arte of Italy. Princess Delia Rocca. President. Duke do Pernlftimo, Secretary. ? ' ,045,(*g) gold coin will he awarded shareholders as follows, vis. :? First Premium, $3(>0,a00 gold coin. Second Premium, $I.di,O'0 gold coin. Third Premium, $75,< (si gold coin. 4,44t) Premiums 9520,000 gold coin. Shares, 980; Halves, $15; Quarters, $7 50. For shares or inrorinatmn apply to HOLLO A DIBBLE, Bankers slid Dealers In Foreign Exchange, 17(1 Broadway, New York, office 29. Post office box 1,121. | n -CHRONICCATAKKIl, DKAPNKM; NBURAL \J, gia.?Dr. s TODD A Uli 8 wondorfhl method cures every case; Instantaneous relief- permanent cures Circulars free. 10 A. M. to 9 P. M, No. 8 West Fourtsenth st., N. Y. AVANA~"LOTTERY -$MO,0<g) IN PHIZES 8TBRY ftfteen days. Next drawing October 10. Prlr.es cashed. Circulars of Information Iree. FERNANDEZ A CO., Bank er* (late). R. Marlines A Co.), 10 Wall street, rear base ment ; Post office bos 4,iaH K SPECIAL MOTICKB. Havana lottery draws this day; tickets (twentieths), >1, six for $5. Wyoming draws October 30; $275,000to Le distributed: Tickets, $ 1, six for $5. Clr culm? mailed Tree. Prism cashed. ALLEN A CO.. 79 Nassau street, New York. ENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY. SINGLE NUMBER SCIIEMK. (Authorised by special act of the Legislature.) SIMMONS, DICKINSON A CO., Managew. TO BE DRAWN AT COVINGTON, KENTUCKY, October 30, 1875. $300,000 to be distributed among the holders of tickets. PRIZES. 1 Prise of $50,000 is fSO.i 100 1 Prise of >.(NK> is :20,i*io 1 Prise of 10,000 is I(i.(?.*> 4 Prises of 5.000 are 20.000 10 Prises of 2.5<*l are 25,000 50 Prises of l.<*!0are 50,000 60 Prises of 5l*)are 25,000 60 Prises of 250 are 12,500 200 Prises of 100 are 20,000 APPROXIMATION PRIZES. 4 of $2,000 approximating to $50,000 are $8,tt00 4 of 1,375 approximating t? 20,t snare 5,500 4 ol 1,'JUJ approximating to 10,000 are 4,000 5,000 Prises of $10 are $50,000 6,370 Prises, amounting to $300,000. Whole tickets, $10; halves, $5; quarters, $2 DO. Send for circular. Address all orders to SIMMONS. DICKINSON A CO., Covington, Ky. -OFFICIAL DRAWING OF THE KENTUCKY State Lotteries. SIMMONS, DICKINSON A CO., Managers. ?mri'CKY. KXTRA CLASS Jto. 503?OCTORKR Or 1875. 22. lit. 42. tl, 44. 47, 73, 21, 40, 11. 25, 8. KKNTPrKY, CLASS NO. 594?-OCTOBKK 18. 1875. 14, 65 12, 75, 33. 2, 41. 25, 50, 52, 62, 55. ItK.NUY, KXTltA CLASS NO. 670?OCTOBKIt 18, 1875. 41, 60, 21, 63, 2. 58, (i, 30, 19, 12. 77, 72. IIKSKV, CLASS NO. 680?OCTOBKR 18. 1875. 28. 8. 53, 32, 43, 10, 68, 18, 17, til, 74. 10. Full Information by applying to or addressing J. CLI'TE, 20ti Mroodway, or Post office box 4,969. K?SIMMONS, DICKINSON A CO.'K GRAND ? monthly distribution of the Kentucky State, on the lluvutia plan, to lie drawn October 30; also Royal Havana of Cuba, drawn October 19. Information luriiinhed hy apply ing to or addressing J. CLUTE, 200 Broadway, or Post ottice box 4,900. K?CHRONIC CATARRH, DEAFNESS.?DR. KECKS ? new method cures every case, instantanenns relief; [lermanent cares; consultation tree. No. 8 West Fourteenth street. Hours, lo to 4 and 7 to 9. J^OAN EXHIBITION OF SCIENTIFIC APPARATUS AT THE SOUTH KENSINGTON MUSEUM. The Exhibition will OPEN on the 1st APRIL, 1876, and will remain open until the end of September, after which time the objects will be returned to the owners. It will consist of instruments and apparatus employed for research end other scientific purposes, and for teaching. It will also Include apparatus illustrative of the progress of science, und its application to the Arts, as well as such us may possess special interest on account of the persons by whom, or the investigations In which, it had been employed. The precise limits will be found further detailed under the several sections in which the syllabus has been arranged lor convonicnco, and for the Information of exhibitors, rather than as a mutter of scientific classification. Models, draw ings or photographs will also he admissible where the origi nals cannot be sent. And the apparatus may. In certain cases, he arranged tin train as used for typical Investigations. The syllabus and the forms on whleh to enter descriptions of objects offered for exhibition may be obtained on applica tion to the Director of the South Kensington Museum, Lon don, H. W. These forms should be filled up und returned as soon as possible, so tliat exhibitors may receive early inti mation its to the admissibility of the objects they propose to send. While every ctro is tAken of objects lent for exhibition, the Science and Art Department cannot bo responsible lor loss or damage. The committees will have the right of rejecting any object that it may be thought uuadvitubie to exhibit. The cost of carriuge of all objects selected for exhibition will be defrayed by the Science and Art Department. It is hoped that inatit itions or individuals having instru ments of historic Interest will be good enough to lend them. Bv order of the Lords of the Committee of Council on Eduration. OTICE?THERE WILL BE A MEETING OF THE trustrcs of St. John's College, Fordham, N. Y., on the 28tli October, at 10W o'clock A. M. By order of the Presi dent of the Board. JOHN FITZPATK1CK, Secretary. OFFICERS OF LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES OR others controlling large amounts of life insurance stocks w ill find it to their interest to correspond confiden tially with N. B.. llcrald offico. OLD SILK HATS MADE OVER INTO THE NEW style; enssimere and felt hats cleaned, dyed and trim med. at JOHNSON'S, l,2!?Hj Broadway. N P ERFUMKRY. J. A E. ATKINSON'S ESS. WHITE ROSE. WOOD TIOI/ET nnd BTEPHANOTIS, EAU 1>E COLOGNE, LAVENDER WATER. PRIZE MEDAL?LONDON, PARIS, VI ENNA, CORDOVA, LIMA. Sold hy all first class dealers throughout the States. J. A E ATKINSON, No. 24 Old Bond street, Loudon. Sole Agents in New York, ARNOLD A McNARY. "The genuine guaranteed by TRADE MARK.-' PARTIES HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST TIIE PETRO letim Eire Extinguisher Company of New York miiy learn something to tbeir advantage liy addressing L. W.. box 169 Herald office. TJOYAL HAVANA LOTTERtf.? $540,000 DRAWN it evory 15 days. Next drawing October 19. Prices cashed; circular* of information furnished; highest rates paid for Spanish Bank Kills, Governments, Ac., Ac. TAYLOR A CO., Hankers, No. 11 Wall street, New York. E S OYAL HAVANA LOTTERY, Royal Saxon Government Lottery. Hamburg Brunswick Government Lotteries. WAOHSMANN A CO., Bunkers, Post office box 3,310. 75 and 77 Nassau street. ATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1875. KENTUCKY SINGLE NUMBER DISTRIBUTION WILL AWARD $300,000 IN CASH GIFTS. 1 Gift of $50,000 1 Gift ot 20,000 1 Gift of 10,0 St 4 Gifts of $3,000 each 110,000 5.373 Gifts, amounting to 200,000 Persons wishing tickets would do well to order at nncc. as only a few days remain between now and the date of drawing. Tickets, $10; halves, $5; quarters, $2 50. TIIOS. HAYS A CO., 009 Broadway, New York. The public are hereby notified that THE FOLLOWING PLACES ARE TIIE ONLY authorized offices for the RECEIPT OF ADVhItrISEMENTS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS FOlt THE NEW YORK HERALD:? BROADWAY, CORNER ANN STREET. 1,205 BROADWAY. 530 SIXTH AVENUE. 114 SOUTH SIXTH STREET, PHILADELPHIA. CORNER BOEHUM AND FULTON STREETS, BROOK LYN. <Si<)7X, mm -WYOMING STATE LOTTERY tjp-j I tJ.UU" "? draws every month, 15th and 30th; $?>0,000 for $1. Six tickets for $5. Address, by mail, J. M. PATTEE, Laramie City, Wyoming. For Information call on II. LOW E, 234 and 235 Broadway. _ shares in proportion. Circular CO., 2U2 Broadway, New York. fWWI ?KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY. OuUiUUo, Draws October 30. Tickets, $10; Halves, $5; (Quarters, $2 50; Eighths, $1 23. 1*. C. DEVLIN A Co., Stationers and General Agents, 30 Liberty street, New York. ird/l AHA ? ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY ? JtUiUoo, Draws every Fifteen Days. Circulars, with full particulars, sent free. P. C. DEVLIN A CO., Stationers and General Agents, 30 Liberty st., New York. QftH Hltn ?KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY? OUUiUUvi Drawn October 30. Tickets, $10; irculars free. JOSEPH BATES A Post office box 2,281, DRY GOODS, IVCONOMY IN HOUSEKEEPING.?CARPETS (IN Ij grains:, all wool, at 75c.; three plys. at $1 25; Tapestry at $1 15; Brussels at $1 7ft; Velvets at $2 25; also bargains In Furniture. Mirrors and Bedding. LORD A TAYLOR, corner Grand and Clirystle streets. AN ENGLISH LADY DESIRES TO DISPOSE OF HER new seal?kln Sacque; will lie sold cheap. Address Ft R HACyt'K, Herald Uptown Branch office. 13 CO NO MY IN HOUSEKEEPING. -CARPETS (IN j grain i, ail wool, at 75c., three plys st $1 25; Tapestry at $1 15; Brussels at $1 75; Velvets at $2 25; also bargains In Furniture, Mirrors and Bedding. LORD A TAYLOR, corner Grand and Chrystie streets. MILLINERY AMI DRESSMAKING. MAI SON MICHEL-MARIE Til.I.MAN, OF PARIS, successor. 423 Hlxtli avenue, near Twenty-sixth street. The latest, richest Millinery of Paris, from Vlrot, Mfchnie wlcr.Tuvoe, Perier Pahn and I'arlset. 134 models. MRS CANTON. 108 EAST FOURTEENTH STREET, opposite Stelnwsy llall, who never falls to give entire satisfaction, will make Dresses in plain or clabornte style, nt very moderate rates; nlso will ent and baste Basques and Suits in the most superb manner. Ill I.I.I A11 IIS. A" anUCAN RAMBABO BEVEL BILLIARD TAIti.ES, with Delnney s wire cushions. ?"lejy used in all chara nionshtn and match games; second hand Tables at great bar gains. w. n. GRIFFITH A CO.,jlOVesej street. /-lOI,LENDER S STANDARD AMERICAN BEVEL \j Billiard Tallies, with the celebrated Phelan A ( oUcnder combination cushions, for sal? In this city only at 7118 llrondway. _____ . 1)11 ELAN'S HILLIA RD TABLES FOR SALE ONLY BY 1 GEORGE K. PIIELAN, No. 30 East Fourteenth street, Naw York- Na 923 Chestnut street. PhlladelphiA. IPOSfUICUOOQS, BLUMS, ?fcC. AN AMATEUR PIGEON SHOOT HAS BEEN AH minted to ink.' place on the grounds of the Long Island shooting flub Wednesday, October 30,commencing at 1.1 o'clock; ??> hi rda on hand. If stormy l he shoot will come off Friday, 22d lost. IjlOR SALE?FIVE WILLO I'GIIBV PW PUPPIES, ' very liitndecuie, warranted pure bred. Address WM. BRIKN, Club stable, Chardou street, Boston, Mao*. INGE SALE?A VERY LARGE AND HANDSOME Siberian Bloodhound; Is an excelleitf watch doff; well trained. Can be seen by applying at 58 West Fifteenth st. 11T A NT H D?A WATCH DOG FOB COAL YARD; GOOD TT price paid. Apply to THOMAS DKWITTE foot of I'.ast Forty ninth Street, or CHARLES HAMMOND, 403 West Fifty-seventh street. A. THE TURF. ?FLEETWOOD PARK GRAND TROTTING MATCH for $2,dOO, FRIDAY, October 22. Pan Mace names b. g Sensation. Charles Green names cb. g. Thomas L. Young. The above rnce will be mile heats, best .'t in 5, In harness, and will bo trotted according to the rules of the National Association. This will be one of the greatest Trotting events of the season, nnd as there is considerable feeling as to tho superiority oi these eelebratod Horses fust time may be looked for. Trains leave Grand Central Depot at II AO A. M., 1 f)~> and 'J lo 1'. M. The l'ark can also bo reached by the Eighth avenue curs. Admission, $1. JOHNSON BROTHERS, Proprietors. A DCTION AND FBENCU POOLS SOLD MORNING 11. and evening at THOMAS' Exchange, 1,230 Broadway, on the Baltimore Races; French Pools open until 1 P. M.; tlekela $11; orders by mail or messenger receive prompt at tention. GEO. W. THOMAS. A DCTION AND FRENCH POOLS SOLD AT THE NEW _/U YORK TURF EXCHANGE every afternoon and even ing during the week on the rices at BALTIMORE, MI). RESULT OF EACH HEAT and race received by telegraph as SOllll as decided. PARTICULAR ATTENTION paid to orders by mail or messenger. FRENCH POOLS OPEN AT 7 A. M. CLOSE AT I P. M. KELLY, BLISS .it CO., 15 West Twenty-eighth street. A DCTION AND FRENCH POOLS SOLD AT THE NEW -iV York Turf Exchange, this evening, on the GREAT TROTTING MATCH, between PROSPEKO and HONEST DUTCHMAN, fot $10,000, which takes place-at Prospect Park to morrow. ALSO im the boat race, between BAINBRIDGE and BACON, at Harlem. FRENCH POOLS OPEN AT 7 A. M. KELLY BLISS A CO., 15 West Twenty-eiglith street, DEERFOOT DRIVING PARK. Fall Meeting, October IS, 10, 21 and 22. SECOND DAY, TUESDAY, October 10?2 :43 class. C. Olurk'ss. m. Lavlue, Mr. Frost's b. g, Cliariev Young. B. Chtlds' b. g. Missouri Boy. Win. Lovoll's b. g Fred. 1 licks. J Haslet's b. m. Bella of Aberdeen. Steve Jerome's s. g. Kant Raymond. 11. l'uterson't br. g. Gauntlet. SAME 11 AY?2 :33 class. J. Haslet's b. g. Sherman. Win. Lorell's s. g. Clifton. J. Murphy's hik g. Dick Croker. II Puterson'ab. m. Modesty. P. Manee's b. g. Harry Km B. 0. Ourman'ic. g. silver Tall. L. Duubam's d. g. Don. II. H. Gilbert's eh. g. Harry Gilbert. Purse $100?for 3 minute class, substitute J for 2 :2S clnss; to close at J. T. Slane's, No. 7 Fulton st., Kroodlyn, Wednesday, Oct. 2t>, nt.O P. M.; tub' trotted Friday ; 2:50 class, 11 en tries. and 2 :35, with 0 entries, will be trotted Tliursduy, Oc tober 21. Races at 2 P. M. sharp. WM. McMATION, M. Rogers, Superintendent. Proprietor. PROSPECT PARK FAIR GROUND ASSOCIATION. The great race between Proepcru and Honest Dutchman for $10,000, will take place on WEDNESDAY, October20, at :i o'clock prompt. Good day and track. Admission to field, $1; Grand Stand, 50c. extra. Admission to Club House (introduced by a member), $8. GEORGE W. OAKLEY, Superintcnueut. QIMUNCi VALLEY DRIVING PARK, OCTOBER 19,20 and '21, 1875.?List of entries for to-day's races (Tues day, October 19) For horses trotting nearest 11 D^-P- Ma ltovfncc, G. Jonoj*' Walnut, K. Smith t? prank, G. Guerdenier's Fanny Van flora, 1*. Davis1 George. J. Ward's Highland Girl. J. M. Verdfn'i Lady Miller. II. II. Gilbert's Harry Gilbert, P. ilariug's Marshall, J. P. Taylor's Colonel Campbell, L- Springsteen's Tom Paine, D. 11. (loirs Lady Woods. Entries 2:38 class?J. Reynolds' Susie, P. Manees Creedinore, A. Oornelisen's Judge Robertson, Owner's St. Georuo, C. Allen's llartlord Belle, E. Carberry's Missouri Buy P llavis' l.ovenlu, M. A. Mover's Dodman, E. Bhep nard's Katie Hughes, James Post's Nellie Warwick, L. De roc's Tommy Moore, D. II. Gull's Carrie N. Trains trora Chambers street ferry. A. FURMAN, Proprietor. IIOR8K8, CARRIAGES, *C. T^MAJOR CIIAS. w! BARKER, AUCTIONEER. A. "TDK BEST I ever owned: pronounced liy COMPE TENT JUDGES he the finest lot that ever left the Blue Grass Region " II. 9. I1ANNA. MAJOR BARKER takes pleasure In announcing CAP TAIN GEORGE D. 11 ANNA'S, or Bourbon county, Ken tucky, NIVXU UNEQUALLED SALE ol the FASTEST GREEN TROTTERS AND MOST elegant all-galled combine! FIRST PREMIUM SADDLE AND HARNESS IIORSES, JUST ARRIVED from Kentucky, TO TAKE place, AT BARKER k SON'S CITY AUCTION Mart and New York TattersallS, CORNER OF Broadway and Thirty-ninth street, on SATURDAY. October 23, nt II o'clock, TnE STOCK comprises 17 head and consists of BLACK MARE ISIDORE; 1"?4 high; toaled 1870; got bv General 0. H. Tliontts; can trot in three minutes. Bay mare JOLIETTh; 15\ high ; foaled 187<>: got by llowmau s Horse ; an elegant combined saddle and harness mare ; can trot in 2:.v>. Bay inare NARCISSI.; 1'> 3 high; loalcd 1H70; got by Strader's Mambrino Clay; a combined aadtllo and harness mace; goes all gaits; can trot In'-:.>0. Bay gelding KlNGWodD; 10 high; foaled 1868; by 1 ilot Mambrino; can trot in 2:49. Bay gelding III BERT, 10 high; foaled 1808; got by Garrard < l'lcr; can l^at -.10. single or double. Sorrel gelding MAI I.I L; 10 high, foaled 1809; got by Yellow Jacket; can beat 2:40. Elegant under saddle sorrel gelding SELKIRK: LAJ high; '""j'''1 ISPS; got by Iron Duke; can beat 2:4<>. Jtlack gelding MEG ANTIC : 15)2 high ; foaled 18S9, got by V bin ( lay; can beat 2:45. Brown gelding .MIDDLESEX; 10 high; foaled lHO'.i; got by Kentucky Clay; can trot in 2:5(1. Bay gelding WHITBY 10 high; foaled 1809, got by Pilot American: can trot In 2:50. Ilav Gelding MANILLA, 10 high; foaled 1809, got bv Andrew Johnson; can trot in three minutes. Bay Go ding MILK END, 10 high; foaled 1809, got by Tattler; can beat 2 :50. Black Gelding HECKSTGN. 15), high; foaled 1870. got by Woodford .Mambrino; can trot III 3:10. Black Gelding SELWYN. 15t2 high ; foaled 1800 got by a son of Tecnmsch ; can trot In 3:10; drives elegantly with and closely resembles Heckson; make a nice appearing and blond like team together. Black Mare LA GUERRE, In1, high; foaled 1870 got liv Engineer; can best three minute". Hay Gelding CARDWKLL, 15>4 high; foaled 1869. got by Nell Morgan; can heat three minutes. Sorrel Gelding VV EM ? WORTH, U>*4 high ; foaled 1809, got by Golddust; can beat three minutes. Above are all warranted sound nndkind. Stock will srrlve al the Mart this Morning for exhibition, when Dr. JOHN W. CLARK, agent for Captain llnnna, will be on . , . t t. .. .1.. .?.no*t,<<iif it nf ptilimv ti till ilrivitir H , t IjAIiIX, RrCUIi i??? ' ,t|nf?n? s is. ? I to ffive everybody the opportunity of riding and driving TESTING Til K saddle oualittca or SPEED of any of the IEFOKK THE DAY OF SALE. Catalogues now ready band to give endTFS lot BE PU It IS 1111*4 1?.\ l ur OAIID. * ntn.PKiivai.on ' T ""J at the Mart. Sale positive and no postponement on account of weather. __ Arch joiinston. auctioneer. OFFICE 25 THIRTEENTH STREET, NEAR UNIVERSITY PLACE. EXTENSIVE SALE OF CONTRACTOR'S IIORSES, CARTS, HARNESS, TOOLS, Ac., Ac. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 21. AT 110 CLOCK, AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF AVENUE A AND SEVENTY SECOND STREET THE PROPERTY OF A CONTRACTOR WHO HAS FINISHED ON THE FOURTH AVENUE IMPROVE MENTS, AND 19 NOW DECLINING BUSINESS. THE HORSES ARE ALL YOUNG, SOUND AND IN GOOD CONDITION FOR ANY USE. NOW ON EXHIBITION AS ABOVE TILL TIME OK SALE. A MAJOR CIIAS. VV. BARKER. AUCTIONEER. LAST CIlANCE. LAST CHANCE. LAST CHANCE. LAST CHANCE. DON'T FAIL TO RIDE TODAY DON'T FAIL TO RIDE TODAY BEHIND J. DL'NN WALTON'S FAMOUS STABLE of celebrated Trotters. TO BE (old AT BARKER k SON'S CITY AUCTION Mart and New York Tatter??ll (, CORNER OF Broadway and Thirtv-nlnlh street TO MoRRi >\V (WEDNESDAY), October 20, at 11 o cloek THE Si?iCK comprises 32 head of the fastest In Am-rlca, that can tr?t in from 2 :S0 down to 2 :'2<\ and Includes the j?et of ETHAN ALLEN, Daniel Lambert, General Knox, Yonnp Morril, Ac., Ac., all warranted (onnd and kind. STOCK j?)VV ON exhibition at Mr. Walton I (table, No. 14o Weal Thirty-ninth street. Mr WALTON DESIRES everybody to come aid ride be hind and TEST THE SPEED and driving qualities of any or the lot BEFORE the day of aalo. CATALOGUES CAN be bad al the ofllcea of the Spirit of the Timee. Turf. Field and Farm and New York Sport em an, or at BARKER & BON'S, corner Broadway and Thirty "saLE POSITIVE, and no poatponement on account of weather. ?SECOND HAND CARRIAGES. Kl'cgant Landau, on 8 springe, made by Binder, of Pari*; coit fa.HUO gold ; will be (old at a bargaiu. ndntt. In good order, ndauiet, a* good as new. > and do top Road W ngona J. B BREWSTER k CO.. 145 Kant Twenty tilth street. 4 ?THE TROTTING STALLION DANIEL BOONEII, A. rull brother to Young Bruno and Hrccse. will be (Old at auction on Wedneaday, October 20. at Dan Walton a great aale, by BAKER A SON, at their auction salesroom^ ~A GENTLEMAN. REDUCING HIS ESTABLISHMENT, i\ Will (ell cheap (separately or together) a magn Meant nnir of bey Coach Horses, with black points; worth #2,(KS , perfect match ; very (tyll?h; splendid action ; typjd travel lore ? and 7 years old, 16)4 hatidi; sound and kind. 146 East Thirty-sixth street, (table No. 10. __ 4 T "BARGAINS?LANDAU LETS, COUPES FOUR AND A. ?ix sent Roekaways, Cabriolets and all stylo? 1 haetong, second hand Rrickaw.yj Bu^.v and H'seton^ Brotd.,7, A GOOD CHANCE " TO * BUY .A SECOND 'H AND A Clarence, three of tlieni ; curtain t.nacb, Brett, I hat ton, two Pony Phaeton*. 963; new I.andaiitet, new stylo, Coach and Coupe, very cheap and on easy terms, t oacn ami vougv, , ^ y PITNEY, 460 Tnird avenue. * -HAVING FINISHED MY CONTRACT I WILL A. sell seven Horses, (It for all business purposes; trial allowed to satisfy. Inquire at 65 South Fifth avenue, be tween Houston aud Blcecker streete. HORSKS, carriages, AC. A UCTIOS HOUSE OF VAN TAKSKLL A KEARNEY' JX 110 and 1111 EAST THIRTEENTH STREET. NEAR FOURTH AYENUB, REGULAR ?ALE81 OF HORSES AND CARRIAGES KNF.RY Tl ESDAY AND KR1DAY. On every hone that is warranted sound or kind end true in harness, from one to three days Is given to test warrantee. CATALOGUE OF THIS DAY'S (TUESDAY'S) SALE AT 10 O'CLOC K. PRIVATE ESTABLISHMENT?ELEGANT BAy'iIORSE, 17 hands htirli, 8 yours old; kind and true in all harness; free from vice; very stylish and handsome; fears nothing; Is one of the Quest coupe or family earrings horses in the city and sold only on account of'4the owner leaving the city. SET GOLD MOUNTED COCl'E HARNESS AND LAUNDALKT. IN GOOD ORDER. BUILT BY Brewster. GENTLEMAN'S TURNOUT?BAY TROTTING liorso. sired by Rysdiek's old Hambletonian, dam by Ameri can Star ; fs 15% bunds high, 8 years old; kind mid true lu all harness; free from vice; a superior road ster: can trot in 2:45 any day; has great endurxnoe; tears nothing; a free and pleasant driver, and war ranted sound. SET HARNESS, NEARLY NEW. and TOP ROAD WAGON, IN GOOD ORDER, built by J. B. Brewster A Co. TEAM CHESTNUT HORSES, KENTUCKY BRED, 15% hands high, 0 and 7 years old ; kind and true in all harness: free from vice; fruit travellers; free, prompt and stylish drivers; fear nothing; are in every way safe and reliable, and warranted sotitrd. SET OF SILVER MOUNTED HARNESS, MADE BY Tralitor, and COUPE ROCK A WAY, IN GOOD ORDER; HAS POLE and shafts; built bv Miner A Stevens. FOUR SEAT ALBANY SLEIGH. ? ? COUPE TURNOUT?BAY HORSE, 18 HANDS HIGH, 8 years old; kind and true in till harness; free from vice; very stylish; has been used by a private family, and is warranted sound, kind and true. Also coupe Harness, and COUPE TRIMMED IN SATIN AND CLOTH. BROWN MARE GRACE. SIRED BY LITTLE Arthur, dam by Stiinbo; Is 15% hands high. It) years old ; kind atnl trite lit all harness; free frout vice; can trot In 2:50; lias been used by u lady; is in everyway ssfe nnd reliable and warranted sound. Also set Harness anil TOP ROAD WAGON, RUILT BY CORBETT. BAY HORSE, In'., HANDS HIGH. (1 YEARS old; kind anil true in all harness; freo front vice; trots clone to three mleutes; is a free and pleasant driver; fears nothing and warranted sound. Also set Harness um! TOP ROAD WAGON, IN PERFECT ORDER, BUILT BY It. M. Stivers. ROAN HORSE, 15% HANDS HIGH. EIGHT YEARS obi: kind aud true in nil harness; freo from vice: very stylish; has all gaits under saddle; can he ridden or driven by a lady anil is warranted sound; also set Har ness and TOP WAGON, IN GOOD ORDER, BUILT BY WOOD Bros. BAY HORSE, 15% HANDS HIGH, SEVEN YEARS OLD; kind and true in all harness; free from vice; has been used fur family driving; is in every way safe and relia ble and warrantul sound; also set Harness and TOP PHAETON. IN GOOD ORDER. BAY HORSE, 11! HANDS HIGH. NINE YEARS OLD; kind ant! true in all harness; free frotu vice; very sty lish: has been used by u private family for carritijjo driving and sold for want of use. SET SILVER MOUNTED DOUBLE HARNESS, made by Wood Gibson. BLACK TROTTING HORSE, 15% HANDS HIGH, 8 years old; kind and true in all harness; free front vice, can trot In 2 :50, and is a first class Horse for gentleman's rood use ; also, set Harness and ROAD WAGON. NEARLY NEW, BUILT BY J. B. Brewster A Co. Several flue family, road and business Horses?descriptions time of sale. CLARENCE IN PERFECT ORDER. BUILT BY DUNN. CLOSE COACH, IN GOOD ORDER; Portland Cutters, Robes, Blankets, Ac., An. SALE COMMENCES AT 10 O'CLOCK. Auction house ok arch, johnhton (late Johnston A Van Taasell). THE HORSE AUCTION BRANCH OK OUR HOUSE 111 TO 25 THIRTEENTH STREET, ? near University place. 8AI.es ok houses and carriaobs O. T,' ANI> FRIDAY AT 10 O'CLOCK. 21 HOI Us TO THREE DAYS' TRIAL ON HORSES WARRANTED SOUND. PARTIAL CATALOGUE OK THIS DAYS' (TUES DAY) SALE, AT 10 OOLOCK. ELEGANT TEAM BAY HORSES, 16 hand", 7 and S yearn; kind in all harness; free from vice; have been used In city and country liy present owner for pant two .veais; have no triekn; drive well to gether: aro ntyllnh, nliow.v, (Veo driver.; not afraid <>' anything: warranlod sound. ELEGANT LANDAULET, Hourly new, by Miner A Stevens. ? PARK l'HAETON. In good order, bv Qnlmbt DARK BAY II AM IILE ft)NI AN MARK, 11 HANDS. Uyears; kind In all harnrsn; free from vice- cun trot close to 2 inlnuten; in not afraid of any. thing; does not shy or pull; in every respect a Orst clan- roadster; warranted sound. TOP SIDE HAIt ROAD WAGON, nearly new, by W, II. Young. ELEGANT BAY COUPE HOUSE, 10); hands. 7 years; kind in all harness; free Irom vice; not afraid of anything; is in every respect a first class curriago or coupe horse ; warranted sound. COUPE ROCKAWAY, in good order, by J. B. Brewster A Co. DAPPLE BROWN MARK, 15)f hands. 7years ; kind In all harness; freo from vice; an excellent family or road horse; has been used In citv and country by present owner; is every way reliable; warranted sound. DOCTOR'S PHAETON, in good order, by Tucker, of Brooklyn. ORAY STALLION, chunky built, 14 hands, G vearn; kind in all harness; freo from viefe ; can be driven by any one; In perfectly gentle; does not shy or pull; lias not a fault or trick ; warranted sound. TOP QUEKN l'HAETON, nearly new; not Harness. Ac. LARGK BAY HORSE, 17 hands, if yearn; kiud in all harness; free from vice; hn been used to a butcher's truck; will pull no cwt.; an excellent home for truck or cart. warranted sound. TOP EXPRESS WAGON, Harness Ac. TRUCKING ESTABLISHMENT?Crossmatched team brown and cream colored Horses, 1(1 bunds, II years; ?kind In all harness; free from vice; good free trav. oilers and workers; a good team for any work; war ranted sound. DOUBLE TRUCK AND IIARNESS, In good order. BROWN MARE. HI hands, t> years; kind In all harness; free from vice; a good fust wulker und worker; lias been used to cart aud truck ; in ovory way reliable ; warranted sound. DOUBLE TRUCK, single II <rnns*. Ac., in good order. BLACK PONY MAKE. 14^y hands, 8years; kind In all harness; free from vice; not nfruid of locomotive; used during past summer by lady to pony phaeton; every way reliable; warranted sound. Two Skeleton Wagons, new, by Peck A Couxe. Sulky, new, by Peek A Co TWENTY OTHER HORSES; description time of sale. A LARGE ASSORTMENT or evory kind of Carriages, Wagons, Harness. Robes. Blankets, Ac., at ARCH. JOHNSTON f Mart, lh to 25 Thirteenth street, near University placo. Weather never interferes with our salos. SALE COMMENCES AT 10 O'CLOCK. A NICE. GENTLE PONY, LIGHT WAGON AND aY Harness for salo cheap. Apply ut 517 West Thlrtv fourtb stroet. t SACRIFICE -CITY BUILT KI LL SPRING V Buggy, In tine order; also a light Harness of best city ake. Ask for NETTKRKIELD, stable 128 West Thlrty 1 m second street. A BARGAINS-BUM KOR A BREWSTER SIDE BAR top Buggy; close leather ton; suitable Tor business or doctor; rubber covered Harness, fJO. Can he seen ut 124 A BROWN TRUCK HORSE?ALSO TWO OTHER A Horses; young and sound; tit for fanning, express or grocery; $V>, ifSO, $100; must sell; no work. ?l Canal street, saloon. COUPE IN GOOD ORDER KOR SALE CHEAP, (fan be seen at No. 221 East Eighty third street. A A ?SIX HORSES. THE PROPERTY OK A FARMER, suitable for any kind of business, such as grocery, ex press bakery or truck, will be sold at a sacriUce until dis posed of. Ini|iiire at 4tl Wooster street, noar Grand. A -I OKKER, ON ACCOUNT OF MY HUSBAND'S ? death, live Horses, suitable for baker, milkman or any business, at half value; trial given. 57 Groat Jones stroet, near Bowery. " A -KOR SALE, FIVE UORSES. SUITABLE KOR . cart, truck, grocer or any business; also one Top Wngon, built by Brewster, cheap. Inquire at 278 Bowery, opposite Killh stroet, rear. A BARGAIN-HANDSOME LANDAU, BY ifttKW ster, also family I'larenco, both as good as new, for sale : owner wants an oflar. At Arsenal Stables, Thirty tilth street, near Broadway. L. J. BERNSTEIN. A PONY BUILT, 15>; HANDS, BAY HORSE. SUIT able for grocer or express, for one-half bis vilue, at 221 Elisabeth street. A GENTLEMAN WIIO CANNOT RIDE DURING THE winter will sell his Turnout cheap; young sontid Horse 15)a hands, no fault or blemish ; good traveller; good Top Buggy and Harness- also a Brewster Extension top Phae ton. 32 East Twelfth street, near University place. Avery stylish sorrel horse, hi hands high, G years old; very high knee action ; warranted sound and kind; must be sold. No. 5 West Thirteenth st. A -KOR SALE, A GENTLEM AN'S TURNOUT; SOR ? rel Mare, it years old ; fit for any business or family use; one top sidebar road Wagon, in line order, and Harness; also two Horses, lit for any kind of work. Apply 42 Great Jones street. ABt)ALLAH, 'BAY MARE, 5 YEARS OLD, 14% hands: sound, kind; prompt, freo driver und very promising; Harness, sidebar top road Wagon; cost, lour months since, $35(1; Blankets, Whip, Lap Kobe Ac.; sold cheap, separate or together. Apply at storo, 135 Sixth ave nne, until sold. A?WAGONS KOR EXPRESS, GROCERY BUSINESS, ? bakers infIk venders, dry goods and delivery Wagons, from MO to V2U0; one top buggy $ 125, at Wagon Manufac tory, 22G Spring street. Board for a few horses will be given; good care and feed; exercised If desired, terms moder ate. Address D., box 64 l'oet office. Port Chester, N. Y. 10UPH ESTABLISHKNT AT AUCTION. THIS DAY, at 10 O'CLOCK. BY VAN TAH8BLL A KEARNEY, AUCTIONEERS, c hv va;v I A.ssr.nn ? ivr,.xit.x ivi, ai uiiuasans, fat their MART, HO, 112 EAST THIRTEENTH STREET, near FOURTH AVENUE Look at t'ATAI.otil K under tin- head for lull description. CIOUNTRY BOARD KOR HORSES-FALL PASTURE; ) best areommodations and care ; satisfactory reference. For particular* address B. H. SEAMAN, Merrick, (Queens county, L I. C10UPE ROCKAWAY ESTABLISHMENT ) at Auction. This day (Tnc*.lay), at 10 o'elock, by VAN TA8RELL k KEARNEY, .Auctioneers, at the Mart, 110 and 112 East Thirteenth street. Look at catalogue under this head for full description. }BLE0ANTLANDAULET ESTABLISHMENT 14 AT AUCTION. THIS DAY, TUESDAY, at 10 O'CLOCK BY VAN TAHHKLL A KEARNEY, AUCTIONEERS at their MART, 110, 112 EAST THIRTEENTH STREET near FOURTH AVENUE Look at Catalogue under ihta bead lor full description E HOliSKS, CARRIAGES, 6iC. LEGANT LANDAULET, NEARLY NEW, BY MINES A Stevens COl'I'E KOCKaWaY, In good order, by J. Brewster A Co. PARK PHAETON. In (rood ordor, by Quiniby. EXTENSION TOP PHAETON, new. by Dunham A Co. TWO SKELETON WAGONS, nearly new, by l'eck it Couse. SULKEY. first class, nearly new, bv Perk A Co. TRUCKING K?1 ABLISllMENT, team 10 hand*, 8 year*. THREE TOP ROAD WAGONS, bent city maker*. TWENTY-TWO HORSES. Description time of sale, till* <luy, at ARCH JOHNSTON'S Mart. 19 to 25 Thirteenth street, near I niversity place. Weather never interferes with our sales. At 10 o'clock this morulnir. SEE CATALOGUE ABOVE. XfOR SALE?AT REASONABLE RATES. TWO Dl'SEN bury A Van Duserfull spriug and one W J Van Duser side bar top Waeon and other second hand Wagons, all in good order ; also new lull spring and side liar lop and no top n agon* .which will be aold at snltablc prices, to close tha BROADWAY1*'4' W' J' VAJ< DUSER, 1,513 AND 1,515 ir T.50R SALE?A SECOND HAND COACH. IN OoOD A, , J,n,n'WL"rilV ^or further particulars apply to WIL LI AMU ANT. private stable No. 109 South Sixth street. Brooklyn, E. D. TT10R SALE?A BREWSTER COUPE, POLE AND l1 shaft as good as new, liv a gentleman who lias (riven tip keeping hor-es Call nt EDWARD MURPHY'S carriage lactory, No. 225 Oreene street, New York. For sale-together or separately, a pair of handsome black Horses, well matched, sound and kind ; uue Is an exuuivite saddle horse for a lady. Call at private stable, No. o East Filly-fourth street. For sale?a span ok black horses ie hands, H and 9 years old, and perfectly sound ; wiii he sold low, for went of use. Inquire of MIKE, stablu No. ti West Fuity fourth street. For hale-a pine bay horse, iss hands high, 8 years old; sound and kind; to .1 prompt buyer will be sold cheap. ? T MILLS, _ 1 i Myrtle avenue, Brooklyn. IjlOH SALE?A VERY HANDSOME GRAY 1IOKSE* 1 with full tall and mane; lit l"r an- gentl ?man ?? husll ness or family use; 8 years old; must be odd 520 Pear streut, near Centre street. I NOR SALE?PONY BUILT SORREL M.lltE, 15 HANDS, 1 8 years; all sound; sold only for want of use; price #95; lit for light use. 27 Ureeuwich avenue, corner of Charles st. I NOR SALE CHEAP?HoRbE, ToP OROCI BY WAOOW 1 und Harness; will separate if wanted. No. .56 Charloa street, corner West Fourth. ?ARNESS.?THE CHEAPEST HARNESS STORE IN . New York; good Buggy Harness, hand made, #15; good Grocer's Harness, $?5 ; good Milkman's Harness. $30; good Double Truck Harness, $30; good Stable Blankets, $1 50. Please call and examine for yoursolvcs FISHER St OSllORNE, 71 Barclay street. New York. Harness.-the greatest offer yet. About 40 seta ofltrst cluss, from $10 up. Blankets, Robes, Ac., wa^tbelow the market. For real genuine bargains see J EKE. JOHNSON, Jr., 58 Liberty street. Milch cow for sale.?-holstkin" breed and n good milker. Apply at private stable 120 West Seventeenth street. ONE ROCKAWAY, $75; 1 DO., $110; I COUPE, $175; do,, $275; Clarence, tiy Brewster, $450; 1 top Wagon, by Stevens, nearly new, $250; ] Brewster do , $2'V>; 1 Road Wagon, by Stivers,$85; Depot Wagon, $180; six scat Coupe, 1 four-sent do.. #325; 1 Landau, 1 Brett; also 200 Carriages, new and second band, of all styles; 1 Express Wagon, Sleighs of all kinds. Blankets. Robes, Ac. \YM. H. GRAY, 29 and 22 Wooster street. OLD HORSE AT HOME.-BOARDING AND LIVERY Stables, 593, 5po and 597 Atlantic avenue, junction Flat hush avenue, Brooklyn; best boarding stables in tha city; large boa stalls; stalls to let. with or without board; elegant Coachos for evening culls at lowest rate GEORGE W. Ml'DONALD, Proprietor. "PLEASURE CARRIAGES, J. in modest, pleasing and durabla colors. Lamlnus, Coupes, Phaetons, Lundanlets, Rocknways. T Cans, Coachos, Cabrioleto. Ro.nl Waging, A. 8. FLANDRAU. 372 and 374 Broome street (old stand of Brewster A Co.). PRIVATE STABLE WANTED?ON WEST SIDE, NEAR X Fiftieth street, by ? <(ulet person, for three horses and carriages. Addross, with rent and location, STABLE, bo* 101 lleruld office. TO-NIGHT THE EVENING TELEGRAM WILL CONTAIN MORE AND LATER NEWS THAN ANY OTilKH EVENING PAPER IN THE C!T1\_ mHE LEASE OK A WELL LOCATED LIVERY STABLE 1 for wile cheap, with or without Stock, doing a good busi ness; uptown; low rent. AddrCbS O. U . Herald Uptown Branch nfhee. The public are hereby notified that TH E FOLLOWING PLACES ARE THE ONLY AUTHORIZED OFFICES FOR THE RECEIPT hf ADVERTISEMENTS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD:? BROADWAY. CORNER ANN STREET. 1.295 BROADWAY. 530 SIXTH AVENUE. 114 SOUTH SIXTH STREET, PHILADELPHIA. CORNER FULTON AND BOlSKUM STREETS, BROOK. LY.V* \\rANTED-A OOOD FARM HORSE AND MARKET IT Wagon at a bargain for rush. Address F., Iieruld offle*. \\rANTED?CHEAP FOR CASH. A FIRST CLASS It coupe Horse; must be sound, kind, good style and ac tion, about 1111, hand*. Address K., box 4,290 Post office, with full particular*. WANTED TO EXt"H.INGE?A GOOD HORSE FOR A single r.ln*e Carriage. Apply at 170 Can're street. r GOOD WORK HORSES FOR SAL1-. CHEAP?SUIT, ') able for any work; any trial given. 341 Ninth avenue between Twenty-ninth und Thirtieth streets, lager beer saloon. rf?l rn OR LESS FOR CASH, FOR A BEAUTIFUI# ?jpL?'" "? new light top express or ildlrirv Wagon; was made to order for (935; new harness, $25. 124 West 19th at, INSTRUCTION. A T THOMPSON'S COLLEGE, 90 FOURTH AVENUE. Jl opposite Cooper institu'e ? Bookkeeping, Writing; Arithmetic, languages. Day and evening Ladle*' de? partmont. Telegraphy taught praottcally, with taatrumeiil*.' Coinmenc* immediately. To ran low. X EXPERIENCED UI.ASSI(JAL AND MATHKMATI enl teacher, scholar and gold medallist of foreign uni versity, desire* private pupil*; prepare* lot college (English or Amorlean); highest city reference. Address TEACHER, box ldi> Herald Uptown Branch office 1.285 Broadway. "l X AMERICAN LADY GRADUATE WOULD LIKE A J\ few pupils to teach at their residence*; thorough Eng lish, French. Herman, Music and rudiments of l.atiu : terms moderate; highest references. Address ,L M., box lot Her ald Uptown Brunch office. MR I?E SMITH, FRENCH TEACHER, IS DESIROUS , of taking it few inure pupil*; superior instruction in French and writing. Atldres, Mr. DE SMITH, Ueraid Up town Branch office. > PA INK'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, 92 BOWERY tESTAB llahed 18411).?Bookkeeping, Double Entry, Commercial Arithmetic, Writing, ritditncnial and higher English branches; backward persona rapidly and privately advanced; Writing Lessons, fit monthly. IJRIYATK INSTRUCTION ~IVKN~1BY A GENTLE^ man to those of neglected education w h i are dc-Mo.i- of improvement at pupil's or leat her's residence. Vduress P, X. It , Herald Uptown Branch office. IJROFF.SSOR VANDAKLL S (IERMAX COUR8EB, 1.2H7 Broadway.?Opening to-day . Tuesdavs. Thursdays, Saturdays, II, 2 o'clock; Tuesday-, Fridays, evenings, 8; special ladies' classes; terms moderate; one lesson free. It^ASTKO-BOARD INaTiRST CLASS AMERICAN IT family, in exchange for French and Italian lesson*, At'., hy a gentleman with good certificates from German* and Russia; reference*. Address TOURIST, box 1:12 Herald Up town Branch'office. LEGAL NOTICES. l^TATB OF GEORGIA, CHATHAM COUNTY-COURT of Ordinary, June Term, 1875. To Alary O. Harrison, of Newark, N. J.; William V Ritchie, (if Holly, Mich., and Alfred Cutnbert. if Newark, X J., and all others, non residents of the Statu of GcorglA Maiming to he helra-at law and next of kin ot Mary Telfair, de Whereas William N'eyle Habersham and William Hunter, executors of the will of said .Mary Telfair, late ot -aid county and State, deceased, having appllo I for prohat# ol said will in solemn form, and that due notice thereof may be given to aiieh of the hdrs at law in accordance with tlie statute In such case* made and provided New. thcrrf we, you and each of you are hereby cited to lie and appear at the Novem ber Term 1*75. of the Cyurt of Ordinary ol said county of Chatham to he held at Savannah, US . on the 1 st d.iv of November, 1875, at 10 o'clock A. M., to attend the prohat* of said will in solemn form and to make objection, if any y ou have, thereto , , And It I* further ordered that tills notice be published oncn a week for four months in the Savannah Morning News and tbo Savannah Advertiser, and In lite Now York Herald, pub lished in the city and stale of New York, once a mouth to* the same periotl Witness my official seal at Savannah, this 18th day of Juno, 1875. JOHN 0. FIERILL, Judge of the Court of Ordinary, Chatlrttn county, Ga. MUSICAL,. A GENTLEMAN OF GREAT EXPERIENCE GIVES instruction nn pianoforte, harp and harmony, at pupil's residence; only fit? per quarter; best reference. Address, with rosldence, TEA* HER, box 129 Harntd Uptown Branch office, 1,285 Broadway. T MATE! K s INOER8 WISHING To SIPPoK T ML LB. _f\ Titiens In the "Messiah." Mendolsaoiiu's "Loreley" and the "Inflammatua," In thisclty and Brooklyn, will pleas* register at once at HBLIOSON'S Musical Agency, ins East Fourteenth street, opposite Academy of Music. Iteheitrsala will commence in a lew days. Notice to churches ?Choirs and organists supplied without delay First dass artists and music furnished for concert* on there* Scholars re ceived for ptano and vocal music. A soprano, with a fine, well ovltivatko voice, desires an engagement in an Episcopal church; highest references Address A. D , box 148 Herald Uptown Branch office. ___ ATANTED?A TEACHER OF PIANO AND VWAI. r? culture far n young lady, to be recompensed with Koot# nd Board; superior qualifications and good r**fnrvnce re nired. Answer, with pariicaiars, box t*4 M lirooK fii* K. D. ? IITANTBD-AMATEUR MALE AND FBMALK BOtiO VV singers for opara practice In this city lon given to all Address, inojosln* ?tamp ior reply, MU I1CAL DIRECTOR, boa 184 Herald offie*. Ml?CELLANEOi;*? *_ ^ DHOWOARBS AT REDUCED PR1CW?WE LARGEST kN assortment of the latest patterns In the city; casoa nacked and shipped free of charge, with gnarktrta* ol saf* 5eflv*ry HOFFMAN A FBR80H. 148 Chatham ItlNh