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WHOLE NO. 14,674. NEW YORK. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1876.-TR1PLE SHEET. PRICE THREE CENTS. The price of the Herald has been reduced to three cents per copy. DiKECTORY FOR ADVERTISERS. HEK* u" BRANCIT OFFICE, 1.2a'. BROADWAT ?fBW DAY AMD MIGHT FOR RECEPTION OF AD\ ERTISKMKnTS AND SALES OK PAPERS. ^ P^ci?M. 4tb. 5th and Oth coin. AKTROLOOT-l^H PAG*-5th col. S!h^n55S~^" '"AO*-6th col. new ?R J.?"ANTED?2d Pace?4th and 5th cola BOARD AND LODGING WANTED?20 PA?K-5th and 6th e?la BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE?2d Pioi-Dt Mil. S'.ISISS?8 OPPORTUNITIBB-Bni Pagk. Bt'SINKSS NOTICES?7th pACB-"th ool. ?FDL5SAA rs*ATK FOR S ALB 2d Pag*?1st eoL ^'?fBESAND SALESMEN?12th Pace?4th eoL i&VHUXP-*2? Page?sth col COACHMEN AND GARDENERS?12th Page?4th and 5th tola. COAHTWiSK STEAMSHIPS?1st PABi-Sth and 6th cola COUNTRY BOARD?2d PAGB-6th cot DANC'NG ACADBMIRS?2n PACB-6th col. DENTI8TRY?12m PAGB-Stheol, U5X OOODS?1st Pagk?4th col. DWELLING HOUSES TO LBT. IFURNI8HED AND UN FURMsHED?2n Page? 2a col. ' EK52?EAN STEAMSHIPS?1st Pace?5th eoL EUI?OPE-2d Page?3d col EXCURSIONS?1st Page?8th col. FINANCIAL-%? Pack. JOR SALE?12th Page?6th col. FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? 2d Page-2d col. 'LRNITURK?12ts Page-SHi eel. HELP WANTED?FEMALES?12m Page?3d and 4th cola HBLP WANTKD-MALES-12TH Page?"Hh eoL n??.??' CARRIAGES, Ac.?1st Page?3d and 4th cola HOTELS?2d Pace?6th col. R&?&ISJ!28HM< WANTED?2d Page?3d col. INSTRUCTION?2n PAGR-3deol. JER8KY CITT. HOBOKEN. HUDSON CITY AND BBR e DEN REAL ESTATE FOR RALE?2d Page? 1st col. AND FOUND?1st Pack?1st col. ACHINHRT?12th Pack?6th col. MARBLE MANTELS?2i> PAr.E-3d col. MATRIMONIAL-lsr Pagk?4th coL MEDICAL? 12th Pack?Ath col. K.IJtI'JUrFKY AVD OKESSMAKING-lsr PAOE-4thcol MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS?lOrn Page? WD OOl. boot'Page?6th col. PFRfJCM?r'IC,ATLON8-7TR eol. PERSONAL-1st Page? l?t col. POI TTlr0AliT^S' ?RUA2?< *.C ~2? PAGE-?th eol. POLITICAL?!p Page?3d col. E?STOFFICE NOTICE-Iet Page-6th col. PROFBWSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES ? 12th Page?3d col. PROPERTY OUT OK THE CITT FOR SaLB OR TO . KENT?2d Pagk?1 *t eol. 55^" ES?*T5 7.9 exchanged PAsic-itt col REAL B8TATE WANTBD-2d Pack-1.1 col P aok?8th col. REWARDS?1st Page?lit coL cwi??i.nLiD3,!Sl,"?ni Page?2d and 3d cols. SITUATIONS WANTRD?FEMALES?11th Page, and oTt>?T ! ?1 ^jot-l't. 2d and 3d cols. Sm^iI1t?2?.^^TBD-MALR8- 12t? Face-4th ool. NOTICES?1st Page?1st. 2d and 3d oola *E*RJuS%SS??2: BIRDK- AC.-1st Page?3a col. TttS ,aTH '"AO*?5th COl. THE TURF^-Ist Page-3d 00L col F?R BUSINESS PPRP0SES-2D Page?1st TRAVELLERS' GUIDE?1st PAGK-Sth eol IN FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? PAGE-2d And 3d cola Srs52E2oT0. PERCIUSE-Bth Pace?3d eol. WATCHES. JEWELRY AC ?12th Pack-. 1th col WE.>iTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OR WINTER RE80RTS?2i> PAoS-6th col. PERSONAL. JJ,T?f rrlce ?r tfie Hertild tias been reduced to three cents per copy. AV\~j'SULPHURhT OIL OP ROSES.-' KRR~THIS day ? Herald "Special Notices." FLAVILLE. TCm B(;NDAY CONCERT.?MRUNETTK LADY eamSl^. Ih^r C7."m C0,^To1 ",*t- cardinal ted. flamJo iooM K rrw*!; Sixth areuue car up; tall jreu AM"RE3^^M,Sndi dfl,Cr'be- Addr?? CoffleeRAIj PARK?ADDREas A- BOX 1?2HERA LD A- W.-MUST SEE YOU WEDNESDAY AT 00 OR ?near yonr father. jA 1. XND NO 4 R SCHAEFKR. FROM WAUKErTTa WIS~ MANN'S H*>'Cn lra.m??"??ely ?t ROTHSCHILD & HEY! " reoelTe GlnNhThwMn^ W1? KEOO?NIZRO LADY DRESSED In black sUF, as she chanced trom Bleacher street car ianrJ /rSI!"" Kf*r T.uL"d*T 'Jfriooi- desire* her acquain I ance. If agreeable. Address W.. box 157 Herald nfflce. I J" MR. LVCUS B. B. KINO MRS Martha a p <*?***?*?* *nd Mmrr L. I.Mnicstou tor thHr friends) will tend their uddrenftes to M II St York cuy- ?hey "u ?f ?"?"*??? Tn il'a8' ARABltLLA (FITSGERALD) SUTLIFF OF add?e.^ to J^ T'ra "* vr- J1',"- Vewl'- nl" ""d their ad vintage York? ^ It may be to their London?your_ charges false.- your for series In my lianda Another step and a reward will Win* you to Justice. P irVILLH LEX-I REGRET YOUR~DELAY; WILL MEET YOU GRACE. MISSIVO SrNCE JULY 4 FROM PLAINFIELD. N. jT. * thifrlni'i!!00'a F"*? 5'd. brown hair. Inrce moutli; p..ys, the rlolln. A reward of $20 and all expenses will he st NewarV'.N*7 10 f*ther- 'NOZIA NOS(!o, 24 Boyden ARY-WHBN CAN I SEE YOU Mrs. WEB8TER. IKHSONAL.?TO THE PARTY AND FRIENDsThAD M winter IK74-0 I will present descriptiee copies of my new round dance. Copies were sent to leadioi; professionals for approral. Faror address HENRY GA8S. Mobile. Ale. rpHOMAS ELLIS?IT WILL BE TflTYOUR ADYAN. i?*r; rithem*.:. Vh? m*tter can he readily settled. Tom. for the sake of all. let me hear from yon I will net rereai the postmark. So write freely. . JUDD. box 3.0H8 Poet office. "WILL THE LADV WHO l*KOMISED TO CALL"TW0 T. "*?" *E? Wednesday evening cell at tho same LOVE Horahl'offiee * drrumstanees to aTold mistake. WILL MRS CARRIE HEARDMaN SEND HER present address to an old friend? Address "WILL iam.' I'ptpwn Herald ofHc*. WlLLkTl!F LADiES WHO ENTERED THls NEW f T 1 ork train at Rabway. on Monday, the 2.3d Inst., kindly honor the gentleman whom they favored with their irUnees with1 an acquaintance ? Pleese mention some incident to avoid mistake. Address VF.NI VIPI. box 5.3SS Pp.t "fflee YB6?THIS MORNING. SAME PLACE AS LAST I'm? i hot the ferry. Will wait for yon. ON E 48*H vJmth.'lid A,V ? BBNDAT LAST. 12:30 P. "XfJM.?Will the lady entering house, who so very klndlr in"rvlew' Ada"M A" . _ LOST ^ABfb ~ FOU if u. = = The price of the Herald has been reduced to three cents per copy. LOST?ON THR 23D INST., A CLUSTER DlAMnvn Klna: seppoju d to hare heen ,o.t In a ?Th av c , ?Th? 1 w'?,yX'd _by aeh JjlnJrmMlon"lthatKwlH lea^to Hie recovery ofIVs^k'bi^ ^Add^ffy. Wlte^P^Dk^Vr^yn?C>0b-r LOST?A GOLD LOCKLET, GOING FROM HWT1? <t ?lh if tuning SsVth ?t lo3fi Mr Thlrd^ \t] Wtthst. T..e Under will receive a snHeole b? re inrnlns the tame to 236 East <?>th it. Lost or stolen-a <:iikgk"df tiTeTmpoktkr's' and Traders National Bauk. No. 3.9112. to no order not indorsed, lor twenty eiuht hundred and nine dollars and lixty cent. (*2,8.?. ?G1; payment ha. been stopped ." ?*"???? neRotlatlna the samiTtha flnlier will ni? Mtiitnblj rewarded b\* returninir it to m? ru as a THACK8TON. 67 Wall st ' A ~ BSWAftD^" The price of the Herald has horn reduced to three cptUs ppr copy, A^^REWARD-FOR RKTURS OF ~MT DlAKT LOST ItEENWOOD :sy"*.?nVnN. I'"?" ?" P""e-' L- J (tOM REWARD, AND NO QI ESTIOXS ASKED rns tWth'ti * r*tBTn of CoM Pmhrella taken fVont 27 East be^ abd and no QUESTIONS FOR TUP uiF JgOUtom of sllverptated Wa7e stolen Domm" h^'s?. R,CI,ARD 1,RAUAN ;YnJ'v'LL BE pah? for jkwklrt stolen on st tion^ FOctober 10 from 11.3 Eaat 38th st. Address O. K., $100 HKWARD?FOR AS ENGI.ISff GOLD AVATCH T w* V*i ^ '""'l* by.J- W Benson. No. 25 Old Bond $900.K.KWA1U) ANI> N" E8T11 ins ASKhin "Stolen Iront room 457 Grand t/'enlral Hotel on Monday morning a x. ld Hunting* ease Watch, with Mono. Kl'herald Office *ud 5"'"rf R,n* Address Y., box T .I?E',4AL rBWART-NU gi'KSTIOITS. FOR RETURN AJeflold hnntinc eeae anchor movement key winder Wstrh md heavy ?'haln of very peculiar deslen. I lfTany A Co makers. Sim. me, 14.R41. 2U.5W7. m.t In Madison Park Sal-' arday even inc. October 14. Address CON FIDKNTIA ll ho? 148 Herald I pi own Branch office ? SPKCfAL NDTUKN. The price of the Herald has been reduced to three cents per copy. A -ISAAC G.BOYOK, 2?l7HTiO ADW At. LAWYER. - ? Divorcee "htslned oromptly. without publicity; deser lion. IncompstlollItT, habitual druukeiinc.s InHdelltv In human Irentmem, conviction ot (elo,,T Passport, obteined * MKRICAN INSTITUTE?A REGULAR MKK1ING xYof the members of this Institute will lie held on Thurs v- 1 .1. .-1'U*r ,*? ? o'clock P. .M., at Its rooms In the Cooptr Union. _ CIlAs. McK. IJHMMIt, Hccnrdiny Secretarv. ? fPLIOTED Take NOTICE^?DIXlAhES OF THE Xlblood. nervous 'ritern. A a, cured successfully or 110 ters. Advice Iree Dr. WEST. 45 Illeeck.r St.. near Broad ATTENTION!?DISEASES OF MEN, IN EVhRY form, er. n of lonir standing pcrmai.eni It cured ; cousul 1.1 Ion free. Dr JACOBY. |6| Hlcrcserst All diseases of men successfully the \tf.7 Q. E. Bit A DFt lit 11. M. II. 182Kast 12t Us t. A LADIES AFFLicTKD WITH 8UPKKFI.I 01 s /Vualr on the lint, check chin, arms. Ac., who hare in rain tried the carious depilatories in use for this numose nay apjily to Mote. JULIAN will, the certainty ..' gui am iced and pvrlect success. Mrae JULIAN has removed this llstignrement radically and pctmancntly In the worst po-si He ca?e*. where ell prevloes euempis have railed. Antilles. Men must be made personally at her re*id?Bee, 218 West MsA St.. from 6 to 4 daily. A. SPECIAL NOTICES. TTTTT H H EKEE T II II E T II HQ II KEK T HUE T 11 II KEEE NN N EEIEW ?W Y Y OO RRR K K NM NE WWW V YoO" RK E NN NE WWW YYO OR kk K N N S E WWW YYO OR R K K N N N LEE WWW YY o ORRR KK N N N B WWW Y o OR R K K N NNB VVVV Y o OR KK K N N N E WW YOORRKK N UN EXES V V T OO B RK K h a KEEE RBR A h DDD II H E R R AA L D D h n E R K A A L D D II H E R R A A L D D HHHH EBE KRR A A L D D H H E R R A AAA L D D H H E R R A A L D D H H E R R A A L D D H H BEES B R A A r.r.r.v, DDD foii sale ALL OYER THE CITY AND YICINITT AT CENTS PER COPY. A?ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY! ? New scheme. Next drawing November 2. One priie of $200,000 One prise of 100,0 O One prize of 50,000 One prlie of 25,0 0 One prize of. 10,000 and Ow) other prixe*. Whole tickett, $4f>; halve*, $20: quarter*. $10; eights, $5; tenth*. $i; twentieth*. $.'. Full explanatory circular* IVee. THEODORE ZsCHOCH, 116 Naa.au xt.. New York. C1HKONIG AILMENTS. NERVOUS "DEBILITY^- OR Jxtlnate Diseases, Ac., speedily eradloated: female com plaints a specialty. Dr. FKAN0I8 OOULARD (Parisian Professorship) member Imperial Academy. 1,470 Broadway, near 45th. Consultation tree. CA N (' 8 R?N R W THE A TIS II: HOW CURED WITHOUT knife or poisonous minerals. Dr. STODDARD No. 8 West 14th St.. New York. D~ ISEARRS OK MEN A SPECIALTY. HENRY A. DANIELS, M. I)., 144 Lexington ??., near 20tli at. Office hours from H to 3. I_jtLBCTRIC HKLTSFOR PREMATURE DEBILITY. llOall or send for circnlar to J. KARR. 832 Broadway. Genuine electric belts 'ok diseases of men. Book frtg at depot 212 Broadway, N. Y. ^CHRONIC CATARRH, DEAFNESS; IMPROVED ?method; iostantaiieon* relief; permanent cures. Dr. STODDARD. No. 8 West 14th st. MRS. ANNA E. PARK. MED 10 A L ELECTRI CLAN, has removed from Brooklyn to 384 West 12th st. New York, between Ureenwich anil Washington sts. "VTEW YORK EAU AND THROAT INSTITUTE, 111 As East 28th it.; free examination* Irom 11 to 1 only. NERVOUS EXHAUSTION.?A . MEDICAL K8SAY comprising h serirs of lecture* delivered at Kahu's Museum ol Anatomy New York, on the cause *nd cure of premature decline, showing Indisputably how lost health may be regained, aflording n clear synopsis of the irapedl. ments to marriage and the treatment ot nervous *nd physical debility, being the result of 20 years' experience. Price 25 cents. Address the author. Dr. L. J. KaUX, office and residence 51 East 10th St., New York. OLD KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERIES?SMITH'S. XXWTCCKT?KXTBA CLAM 713 rOR 1876. 54, 20. 7, 78. 13. 74, 69. 41. 50, 70. 14. 62, 34. KKWTUCKT? CLASS 714 fOR 1876. 47. 11. 77, 26, 56. 67. 54, 4, 64. 27. 40. 1, 31. All orders sddress B. NATHAN. 181 Broadway, N. Y. R OVAL. SAXON LOTTERY. The main drawing of the Royal Saxon Government Lot teries commence* November 6 and end* November 27. Out ol 86,000 tickets, 36JJOO will win prises amounting in all to 11,853.003 Rclchsmark, or over $3,000,000 in Currency. Capital pr1s*s as follows :? 1 prise of mark fx*>,(**>, equal to dollars gold. 120,000 1 priz* of mark 300,000. equal to dollars gold 72,000 1 prise or mark 200.0UO. equal to dollars gold 48,<*J0 1 prise of mark 150,000. equal to dollars gold 36,000 1 prise of mark liWjno, eqnsl to dollars gold 24.000 1 prise of murk 5O.000. cqu tl to dollnrs gold 12,DUO 5 prises a 30,00) maik 150,000 equal to dollars gold. 36,QUO and others. AU further Information frirnlshed by WACHSMANN A CO.. Bankers. 75 aud 77 Nassau st. Royal Havana lottery ?next drawing no vember 2. Only 25,000 tiekeU divided In 20th and 40th: 885 prise*, amounting to 4750.1101 >. Highest prise fJUOJXJO and next of $HJ0.UUU On April. 1873. we told the $500,000 prize aod on September 1, 1876. we sold and cashed that of ftOUOUO. B. MARTINEZ A CO., Bapkers. 10 Wall st.. New York. Spanish Gold and Havana Bank Bills bought and sold. Draft* on Havana Issued. Royal Havana lottery.-$750,000 will be drawn on November 2. Prises cashed; order* filled; In formation fnrnlshcd; highest rates paid for Spanish bills, governments, Ac. TAYLOR A CO.. Bankers. Ne. 11 Wall St.. New York. STATE OF NEW YORK, OFFICE OF THK 8ECRE tary of State, Albany, August 1, 1878. To the Sheriff of the County of New York :? Sir-Notice it hereby given that at the General Eleotion to ba held In this State on the Tne*dav succeeding the first Monday of November next (November 7), the followlnJ offi cers are to be rleeted. to wit :? A Governor, in the place of Samuel J. Tllden. A Lieutenant Governor, in the place of William Dor thelmer. A Canal Commissioner, In the place ef James Jackson, Jr. An Inspector ol State Prisons, In the place of Benjamin 8. W. Clark, appointed by the Governor In the place of Motes K. Piatt, deceased. An Associate Judge of the Court of Appeals flora fall term) in the place or Robert Karl, appointed by the Gov erncr in the place of Martin Ornver. deceased. All whose terms of office will expire on the 1 oat day of December next. Thirtr-nve Electors of Presidsnt and Vice President of the United States. A Representative In the Forty-filth Congress of the. United states for the Filth Congressional district, composed ol the First, Second, Third. Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Eighth and Fourteenth wards of the city of New York. Bedloe's Island. Ellis Island and Governor's Island. In the county of New York. A Representative lu the Fnrty-flftb Congress ef the United State*, for the Sixth Congressional diatriet, com posed of the Seventh, Eleventh and Thirteenth wards of the city ol New York, in the coanty ol New York A Representative in the Forty fifth Congress of the United States, lor the Seventh Congressional district, rtfr? Dosed of the Tenth and Seventeenth wards or the city of Now York. In the county of New York A Representative of the Forty-filth. Congress of the I nited States, lor the Eighth Congressional district, com posed of the Ninth. Fifteenth and Sixteenth wards, and that portion of tho Eighteenth ward lying within 14th st.. 26ih st. and 4th and 6th av*., In the city or New Yont. in the county of New York. A Representative in ui<> orty-Rflh Congress of the United Slates, lor the Nluth Congressional district, com posed of so much ot tha Twentieth ward as Us* within 26th ?t., 40th St.. 7tb sv. ami the Hudson River, and on much of th# Twelfth and Twenty-aecond wards as lies within 4<Rh St., Spartan Durvel Creek. 8th av. and Hudson River, la the city of New York. In the county of New York. .4 Representative in the Forty-fifth t on great ol tha United States for the Tenth Congrrsslonal district, composed of so much of the Eighteenth ward at Is *a>t of 4th av., and so mncb or tha Nineteenth end Twenty-first wards of said eltv at I* east of 3d av . and HlarkwelUt Island, in the elty of New York, in the county of New York. A Representative in tne Forty-fifth Congress ot th* United State*, lor the Eleventh Congressional district, composed of so much or tha Twentieth ward a* lit* within 26th and 40th its , Hih and 7th avs, and an much of the Twelfth and Twentv second ward* a* I* east of Sth av., and so much of the Nineteenth and Twenty.first ward* of said city as lies west of 3d ay., and Ward's end Randall's Island, In th* city New York, in tlie county of New Yo.?. OFFICERS ALSO TO nr. ELECTED i SAID COUNTY. Twenty-on* Members of A*teahly. A sheriff. In the place of William O. Conner. A County Cletk, n the place of William Walsh. Three Coroner* In the place ol Richard Croker, Hanry Wnltntan and Anthony Eionff. All whose term* of office expire on the last day of Decem ber next. Also a Justice of the Marine Court. In place or Jamei P. slnnntt, appointed by the Governor to fill th* vacancy caused bv the death of Alexander Spauldlng. Al*o a Judge of the Superior Court for the elty and county ol New Vors, In th* place of Claudius L. Sot,ell deceased. Also a Surrogate, in the place of Delano C. Calvin, ap pointed to bll vacancy eaeaed by the death of Stephen II. Van Srhaick. Alto a Senator for the Fifth Senatorial district. In tb# place of James W. Booth, deceased. The attention of electors and ol town and city election board*, inspectors and csnvaaxert of election is respectfully directed to chapter 345, Law* of 1876. entitled "An act to provide lor submitting amendment* to the constitution to the electors of the State. 'parsed May 15. 1876 which act provides for snhmitting at the said general election, on lb* 7th dav of November next, proposed amendment* to article 5 of the constitniIon of the State of New Vork and pre scribes the rorin of ballot for voting theraon. which pro posed amendment* to the constitution, with eald act pro scribing lorm of ballot and manner of submission sre 'pub lished a* provided in ?cid act. Respectfully yonrs, JOHN BIOBLOW, Secretary of Stat*. ? - s"KRif's OrriCR, t . ,, . j Nrw In**, Angn*t 3, 1876. I I eertiry that the Foregoini I* a true copy of the election notice received by me this day from the Secretary of state. ol ,<r cl WILLIAM CONNER. Sheriff or the elty and county ot New York. O -OFFICIAL DRAWINGS KENTUCKY STATE LOT O.terles.-SIMMONS A DICKINSON, Manager* KXXTIII'XT. RXTUA CL*?* WO H05?OCTOBVE 24 1876 36. 85. 40, 21. 10. 37. 2, 34. 26. 56, 7# 54 47 731 xaxTtrcgr. t;LAM wo. 606?OCTOBER 24, 1876. ' 71, 67. 4. o7. 7. 44. 21. 7(1. 34, 28, 17 24. ?0 Hxwav, I1TI1CUM wo. OCTOSXR 24. 1876. 78, 61, 15, I. 48. 4. 4'.', 21, 58, h, :tr?. 70 36 2. ulnar, ct.as.* wo. 5o6-octo?rr 24. 1876. 22, ?. 75. 24. I. 59. 62. 1st. 49, 6. 56. 28. r nil Information by applying to or addressing J. CLUTE A CO., 21*1 Broadway, rear room, first floor. S?iso.ouo is cash roii only $m . l<i,H7(tprises, distributing fHOO.lOO. Only 56,fx*) tickets. The Kentucky Htnte Slngl* Nnt her Distribution lo t,e drawn st Covington Ky. on Satu dav, October 28, 187H. " * *" HIT, HtH'ocr an, loin, ftoynl Havana draw* November 2, IW6. Html In your orders t?> tho (ieiiernl Avent*. J. CLbTK k CO.. 2U S. 2t*l Broadway. k?,tjtto cash gifts. Keniu.kv state Single Number Distribution. 10,379 I'rlses and only 5o,<**> tickets. SlMMONs A DICKINSON, Managers To be drawn on -Saturday, October 28. 1878. Wholes, $11). Miari-s In proportion, fioriil Havana to he drawn November 2, IH7tt. Address PAnKS, EMERSON A CO.. Bankers. 180 Broadway, room 1 SPECIAL MOTICKR.^ . The price the Herald has been reduced to three cents per copy. _____ fTIHB LAST DAYS. 1 $300,000 IN CASH DISTRIBUTED BY THE KENTUCKY STATE DISTRIBUTION. 10,379 PRIZES, PROM $25,000 DOWN TO S10O. BUY TODAY. Bl'Y TO-DAT. ^T.T, PRIZES WHENEVER PRBSENTED PAID IN PULL. TUB DRAWING WILL NOT BE POSTPONED. BUT WILL TAKE PLACE POSITIVELY SATURDAY. OCTOBER 28. OR MONEY RETURNED. TICKETS. $ta HALVES, $5. QUARTERS, $3 SO THUS. II. HAYS A CO t>07 BROADWAT. 3RY~ IT. pLAVILLE'S julphubet" "0 IL OF ROHB6." y^NEXQUISITELY JJKRFUMED HAIR OIL. "p OS IT IV E L Y MAKER HAIR 0 LOSSY; OCALP SMOOTH AND CLEAN. SRICE. 25 CENTS. FLAVILLE. BROTHER A CO.. PEOPKIKTOBS^ ^ ai)a<\ fWYfY ?A CHANCE FOR A FORTUNE. SoUU.OUU.Kentucky stale Dietrlbution, draws positively Saturday. October :& 10 379 prizes from $25.01X1. down to $100. Buy at once, only a few <lays U?t. In laat drawing ef September *1 ticket 11.823. arawlug the capital prise of R2o,UOO, wee sold by us. Royal Havana Lottery to be drawn November Address all orders for tickets to the Eastern agonte JACKSON A CO.. Bankers. 2ir2 Broadway. New York. rtsOrvrt (111(1-KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY. SoOO.UUUsinyle No., Havana plan, draws Oct. 28. Whole Tickets. $10; Uajve..^ Quarter. *?5a 42 Nassau st.. corner Liberty, N. YL_ "SPORTWO-DOGS. illims. ' The price of the Herald has been reduced to three cents per copy. tT is an acknowledged fact that the 1 sporting run of this day is the central tire Run, but with J. Saget's celebrated patent recappers it has uo equal, giving eutire satisfaction over all other irecuppers; economy and durablllcy combined ; it saves 1,000 it ltX) per cent in trav elliug; It is simple as it is usetol; nothing to rival It as a re capper: tho Patent it for sale. J- SAUET. ? ' No. M Chartres. New Orleans, La._ = THE TVIlIt. ' The price of the. Herald has been reduced to three cetits per copy. ?FLEETWOOD PARK. MORRI8ANIA.?THE 2:38 .race is postponed till to-day at one o clock. The fed lowing are the horses that will start In the 2 :33 class to day ... A. Stroua' ch. m Lady Lowe. B. J. Cutiek's b. s Hamilton. Jacob Fountain's b. g. Johu Taylor, B. C. Cuerin's dun g. Don. K. H. Doty's b. m. Modesty. T. C. Bai den's br. g. ?lac. Edwin Hurlburt's b. s. ResulL David Strong's b. g. Joe PetllL M. Coon's dun g. Orange Billy. Wallace Pierce's g. m. Charmer. 2:26 Clash A. B. Cross' sp. f. Prince. Andrew's c. g. Cray Eddie. Mason A Travis' si. m. Martha Washington. J. J. Bowen's g. g. Hasar. Wm. Lovul's b. g. Barney Kelly. Pat McCann's bit g. Pat Mct.ann. M. II. Whipple's br. s. Aemulus. John 8. Baker's b. g. Tom Keeler. _ Trotting to commence a. 2qO ^^^'^^.denL Y WEST SIDE DRIVING PARK. JERSEY U1TY.? Third Fall Meeting. November 1, 2 and 3. Purse $.0<Y. for 3 m.nnt" elaee; $300. lor 2 :.X?: $1M for 2 :S5: $-00, lor 2 :4<l, $300. lor $2:27, end $20 >. for 2t50 cleea. First. ?? ond, third and fourth mouey. For condition* ace bills To close JobuMB'i pool room, llWUl *t. Atld BroidwA>, .Wow York, and Taylor's lintel. Jer-ay City, at II P. M , October 27 Address boa 143 Poet office. Jeraev CItv At. n.uurv WM. VANKEURRN. Proprietor. UCTION, FRENCH AND COMBINATION POOLS sold morning and eveuinc at Johnson t Booms. Broadway, corner 28th ?t.. on the running race* at Haltl mora and the trots at Fleetwood; each heat and ?ee h/ telegraph direct; a combination book open on nil events, all orders by mail or ineaaenger will receive nms-tlculmr at tentlon; also, every evening on the Btate and I residential elections T. B. JOHBHOS. 'I"UCTI0N?FRENCH AND COMBINATION POOLS j\*old every dev And evening, At the New \ork Turt r.x change, 15 West 28th St.. on the running races at Baltimore and the troll at Fleetwood Park: each heat received by telegraph; pools open 6: lO; all orders by mail or messenger will receive prompt attention ; also on the Mate and Pres idential election. KELLY A BLISS. Auction and French pools"sold every day m Thomas' fcichange. No. 3 Barclay St., on the running races at Baltimore. French pool tickets. M ? by ttlegriph direct. OhORUK M. THOMAS. A UITIO.N.-FRENCH AND COMBINATION POOLS -TAeold. day and evening, at New York Turr Agency 19 West 28tn St.. on the Baltimore tunning raoos and Fleet wood trots. French and Combination I oola, $2. Prompt attention given orders by mall or mes^n^r.^ ^ jnMpa PLAlNFIELD DRIVING PAML-PURSB WMW liori.es that have never beaten 2 >>0; $5 < to flrst, $?*> ?<> eecond, $15 to third ; to be trotted ThunnUy. November 2. Kntrni.ee loper cent. And mn?i eccotnpeny entry. Kntriet to cloee Wednewiey. October '2\ At Kdgerton a. etAble. Addreae k. A. CAMPBELL, Proprietor. (SARATOGA RACING ASSOCIATION. 1.2:111 BROAD Oway.?Auction French And combination pool* aold day and eveniuK. on the Baltimore racea; aiao on the 1 residen tial election; French pools open on the general result, and on the result In Mate of New York. to close every evening. Tlrketa 1*5. Order* by mail or messenger will reoeftve prompt'attention. JOHN MOKKISSEV A < O. tJEr"viEw"PARK. NEW DORP. K f-tlENTLEMKN'S brace tuba. place Saturday, UBYlpVoprirtor. fTIATTERS ALL'S. 1,227 BROADWAY.?AUCTION AND I French pools. $1 tickets on eleetlone. Baltimore raeee. Ac. Combination pool every day; ?'?*?*? ?1"e1h: blnatlon boo* on all events McDOUHALL A I Q._ HO&iKB. CAllRIAGEk. ?L. The price of the Herald has been reduced to three cents per copy. . AT AL('Ti!y'LOUIS J. BEER. Auctioneer. at 283 East Wth.t, betweeu let and nv A on THURSDAY. October 26. 18TR. at 10}, o elook. large ataonment of Horses, soil able tor coupe, family and business use ; also assorted bsuck of Car risers, top and no top Wagone. Harnrea.Blankets. Ac. On every horte warrauted auund from it hoara to 3 daya trial. . AlANDAU*1?* GOOD ORDER. BY BREWSTER A ^COUPE ROCKAWAV. by MINER A 8TEVBNB; two aix seat Uoekwaye In good order, t.oupe Rockaway by John It Uhwrencr ; Stanho|w Phaeton, bi Brewster At o.; four wheeled Dog Cart, by Wood Hros.; Doctor. Wagon. lirk and Pony Phaetons. Roekawaye. Beronehet and Bretta. double and aincle llameaa, Kobe*. Ac.. Ac. IIY VAN TASSELL A KEARNEY, at their mart, 110 and II 2 East 13t h st. -a ?BaRUAIN'3.?SORRBL HQ RUE, HANDS; A..yonng,:aonnd. $12 pony built llorso, $H0. 201 Grand a VF.RY FINK COUPE. SATIN LINED; ALSO, FINE Abny Horse. 16'y haods high, fl yeare old; warraated aound and kiad. No. 3 West l5tn St. f??nrrTNK TURNOUT?GRAY HORHr, 13U bands high; III years old; got record of 2 :23; one of the Sliest gentleman's roed horeet In the city ; also line Brews ter top wtffOD and Ilartion* ?? Vt ewt Kith *t. A HANDSOME HAY HAMBLI.TONIIAN MARE 1 Aslxyear.; warranted sound and kind, can beat d-AG tup Wagon. Brewster, Improved springv; Harness, nearly MW; owner must sell 14'.. West IMh st . near Broadway t Itl'.KWKrKR. CLARENCE. MOROCCO LINED A also handsome light Conpe : superb order; must sell this week. 151 West 35th St.. near Broadway. _ "a car Load" of vkky fink vork STATE A'lorses. matched and single: also a pair of fast road Horses at private sale and reasonable prices, at Hernsteln I Stabia,' M*, 1 Pi ?nd 151 ?V. st .L.th M. near Broadway. TT A SACRIFICE-IO BUSINF.B8 WAGONS, ALL Asises, $?) to $150, tor expres. groeer'a. botcher a. ba.er'e, milk, package, plnmher's. delivery wagons. ,28 Spring st. I "a .-NOW 18 YOUR CHANoE IF YOU WANT TO A.bny a valuable Trotting Horse for a very little money : I fcnsi alii buv a bcautllul bar Horee. ? years old. 15,S, bands warranted sound and kind and to trot a mile in 2 or better; at stable two doors east ol Broadway. In -7tli st. "T-?811X1 WILL BUY A BEAUTIFUL TOI* PONY I A.Phaeton, cost $4W) laat June; u goodI top Buggy. $I5i>. ahno Harness. $40; black tear Kobe, $45; at stable first I ^>nr east of I nlverslty j.lsee. In 1-th at. Is ABLE-CO.vTAlMMi SEVEN STALLS. I OAI'II Aman s rooms. carrlakU roum. watsr. gas. Ac., near Fifth | Avenna Hotel. ^ Ws.t 25th at.. Iloftoian llonse. I "i CIRCULAR GLAIM FRONtToUPB ROCKAWAT. A$27V. 1 nice ti-seat Rockaway $250. I top Wngon, $12-Y 1 I Cmlv Phaeiou, $MII; I 1 Cart. $225; I Landau, $TX?M 5<X) Stolghs. very low. WM. II. GRAY. 2D and 22 Booster st. s -IMPORTED T CART. COST $800; VAN DUSKN A.elile bar Wagon, cost $V.5n; used n few tlmos; owner must sell. Seen at HAM'S. Ii56 Broadway. s-1h VKGAIN.- . A fr E N I 111N TO DEALERS' A A .rnn-top and open Road Wagons, top Pony ll ?Siaiirha single and ilonbla Harness, tor Robes and Blank ! ?ll'flr"t c'as. makers : nearly new Call at tho I >. I? N LUH STABLE, No. 20 )8th st.. between Brosdwey and ;>i li "A ?MU8T BE SOLD. NO OFFER RLFU8RD. TWO A.sfisl Trotteis. two top Road M ng?"* ness. Sleigh Hob.-s. Ae.; alto Pony I haetoO. Mutual t.lub alab'ie, Lt8 West 31st sL ? A N ICE ^ TOP SIDEBAR GENTLEMAN ROAD Awagnn. used but little, cboap, at BhNBON RROrUKRb, loo East 23d st. HOItSKS. CA It 111 A <l K.H. ?fcf. Tltt price of the Ilerald has been reduced to three cents fter copy. AT BARKER Jt SON S~ ~~ ? CITY AUCTION MART AND N. Y. TATTERSALL8, CORNER BROADWAY ANl> 3I?TH KT MA.IOK CHARLES W BARKER. AUCTIONEER. KF.GlI.Ait SALES OK Horse., Carriage., Ac., hVKKY WEDNESDAY ASD SATURDAY. TWENTY FOUR hours allowed for trial. Til K ONLY driving track in the State CATALOGUE OK SALE THIS DAY AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK. THE FAMOUS hay trotting (raiding WEBBER. 15>? high, s yeare old, with public record ?f 2 :80$i At Meudnla, HI., very valuable for track or road; warranted kind; alao aidehar Koad Wagon. Salky, Clothing, Ac. The whole to be told positively, at the owner retiree Irom the tnrl. THE h XTRAORDiNARY finely matched pair of brown trotters well known on the road as the ROGERS TEAM; are lot, high ; ?* and 7 years old: are a prompt, handy, reli able and sure three minute team to top wagon ; have shown a trial of 2 ; to tbo pole and better tingle: can be driven by the most nrdinarv reinsmau at speed and are warranted sound and kind will be sold separately or together. A MATCH hi) pair id bay coach, family or Tcart Geld ings, 13^ htgJi.H and 7 years old: are extra stylish and pleasant drivers and speedy travellers: have fine knee a? tion; ere fearless ol steam cars; have been owned by one gentleman for the past two years, and are warranted sound and kind. PAIR OF VERY closely matched rosu Maras, I.V, high. 5 and it years old: full sisters: are extra free and pleasant drivers ; ran trot in <1U, and are warranted sound suit kind. THE KICDLY Hit hi) l.ay Hambletonian Trottlag Mare FOKl'AGE GIRL, got by a sou of Volunteer, 15', high. 7 Tears old: Is, without exception, one of the richest appear ing and best dispositioued mares in the State: has a record ct 2 :5I to lOH pound road wagon; is unequalled for gentle man's road use; without spot or blemish and warranted sonnd and kind. THE HANDSOMEST, most elegant hay coupe or match Horse in America, 1S>4 high, H years old; wltlioiifan equal for style, net ion or rich appearance; is a beautilul and safe driver, stauds without tying, touuil, except slight soreness forward, and warranted kind. IMMEDIATELY' alter above the FOURTH GREAT TRADE SALE OF CARRIAGES. Road Wagons, PARK and Pony I'haetous, ROCKAWAYS. DEPOT WAGONS, Express Wagons, Ao., ROTH NEW and second hand. THE LARGEST stock ever offered at auction. THE ATTENTION of dealers invited to the above. LARGE LOT of double and single Harness. SEVENTEEN OTHER llorsas. FULL DESCRIPTION at sale. HALES NEVER postponed on account of weather. T PRIVATE SALE, at VERY LOW "FIGURES, .COUPE, HU8SIA LEATHER LINED. WOOD A I HKOfi. ELEGANT TWO WHEEL OIO. BREW -J I 3 ISTKK. KIUIOMK ST. SURRY WAGON, NEARLY * ?*- 1 NEW. BREWSTER. BROOME ST. TOP WAGON. NEARLY Nr.W. BRADLEY. PRAY A CO. ENG LISH DRAG. BREWSTER. OK 25TH ST. AT ARCH JOHNSTON'S. 10 TO 115 13TI1 ST., NEAR ... . UNIVERSITY PLACE. T PRIVATE SALE. A TEAM OK BLACK HORSES, Ll5'4 HANDS. ? YEARS. KIND. SOUND AND TUUft, | . I FIRST CLASS FAMILY OR KOAD TRAM: 3 5 FINE BUSINESS AND FAMILY HORSES; I? I SOUND BAY TROTTING MAKE. WARRANTED |? I TO TROT A MILK IN 3:15; SOUND. KIND AND I* TBUB. AN ELEGANT COUPE HORSE. 17W |S | HANDS HIGH. SOUND. KIND AND TRUE. AT ? | ARCH. JOHNSTON S MART. 19 TO 25 13TH ST.. | NEAR UNIVERSITY PLACE, r SOUND, YOUNO. FINK BROWN HOR8B, VERY ..Yclieup: fit for coupe, Ac. 451 4th av. Bargain-two pony iior>es. isk hands, a years; both warranted; good workers; price $45 and $35. 652 Hudson si. C1AMUOB8, . HARNBBH, HOR8E BLANKETS, J Robes. Ac.: most be sold to make ronm for Sleigbs. Leathor top Buggies, $I2-'i: Rockuways, $117: Phaetons, Depot Wagons. Coupe Rockaways, Ac : Horse Blankets for stable. $1; dress Blankets, *3 to $20; truck Blankets, leathered. $3 30 to $9; Harnett, every description, *11 to $200, elegant lined BitfTaloes, $11 59. Orders by mail promptly filled; satisfaction guaranteed JflHN MOORE. 57 Warren st. F~~OR SALE-AN OLD STAND; FIVE FIRST CLASS Coaches and one top Wagon, In perfect order; alto ten Horses, with Harness complete. For particulars iaqnlie at 78 Mott St. OR SALE-ONE SO RK KL MA RB,~7~YEARS OLD; Buggy and Harness; can trot in 3 minutes; also una black Mare, very nice driver. Can ba seen at 130 Pavonia av.. Jersey City. For salk-$ioo-dauk gray horse. iey; hands high ; sound and kind ; single or double. 63.? loth av. BYOR SALE AT A LOW FHiURK^STYLISH AND well bred Hambletonlan Stallion. 5 years old; wonld make bandsoine coupe borse. Kaon at stables eornor 13th ?t. and University place. Owner, 38 Wsst loth st. For sale?a Splendid pair of carriagb Horses; bays. 16X hands high. S and9 years old; been used the past three veers by a private family; Ibey are vary stylish and fast; will be sold under veierlnaty surgeon's TlmttSt' To be seen si 146 West 18th st. IPOR SALE-PRICE, $10o7 A TOP ROAD *AGON, IN ' good order; built by R. M. Stivers. Apply to CONKLINO A CO , No. 763 Broadway. For "ma lb for want-i"of use?2o~good work Horse*, suitable for down towntrucks or other Dnrposes. Apply at 310 West 21st St. JAMES RE ILLY A CO. IpOR SALE ST SELL?TWO HORSES. 15^ 'hands, .nttebh r business; sonnd. 89 King it., near Hndsoa. For sale-a good, fast" bast riding s~addle Horse, partly broken to harness. Inquire for KINU, at 4 P. j*'.. Farley's Stables, 53d at., imtweea Otb and 7th art For"sale-'a pair of~black roTdstekbTLONG tails an i manat; well matched; sonnd and kind; very stylish drivers; can trot In fit* minntes to tbe pnle; can be drirsn single; 15 bands .* inches; Just from the conntrr. Apply to WILLIAM M. GILES. 451 Hth av. F"oRSALK-THK CHOICE OF TWO GOOD WORK Horses; warranted every way; $80 and $7U Feed store. 370 Hudson st. OR SALE-THREE YOUNO SOUND. HORSES, FIT for any work ; one faat Trotter, one top Bnggr and Har ness. at anr price. Inquire in express olfiee 1 Bleeeker st. <5<>r" SALE-A TWELVE PASSENGER SLEIGH, doable runners; will axchange for single Track. 131 Sul livsn st. F ne F llv First class board?in good warsT stables, can be furnished for 8 or lO horses for the winter. Ap ply to JOHN J. CARLE, 153 Water st.. New York, or ad dress GEO. P. TITUS, Old Weatknry. L. I. C" V RUHk7m6cXna L HT.7 BUILDS THE BB8TBUGGT Tor Carriage of any kind for the laast money; so say mini Centennial visitor*. HAKNESsT^CHKAPE8T HARNK88~8T0RE1 N NEW Y'nrk. Good Baggy Harness, hand made, $15; good Grocers' Harness, $2.>; good Donble Team Harnrss. $30: a good llorse Blanket, $1; Waterproof and Sweat Blankets, strapped and unstrapped. Please call and examine lor yourselves, FlbllKR A OSBOBNK, Mannfaeturere, 71 Harder et. HARNESS. HORSE BLANKETS, TRUCK BLANKETS, Dress and Stable Blankets;.largest stock at lowest prices; hand made Harness of every description; save money by dealing with the manufacturer. h. BARTLETT. 62 Warren at., corner College place. H""or5ks boarded in "the country"fob"tub winter; brtt of feed and r?-e: wagons stored free : best city lafcrancea. For particulars address S. LOCK WOOD, Woodbrldge, N.J. O* PRICED WORK HOR8ER.?S EVER A L TiOOf) xJone* a: auction this day. at II o'clock, at BARKER'S, corner of Broadway and 39th st. PART OF A FIRST CLASS FBI TATE bTARfETO let reasonable; room for three or four horses; extra ear risre r>om: line yard, Ac. Apply at 475 4th sr.. corner 32d St.. in office. SECOND HAND CARRIAGES.?COACH."" EIGHT spring Landan. 2 six-seat Rockaways, 7 Cabriolets, 3 naif top Phaeton-, six-seat I'haeion, extension top Phaeton, tnrnout-seat Phaeton, cat-under lop Wagon, 4 no top Wagons, 2 top Pony Phaetons, loon front Pony Phaeton, with umbrella: large stock of top wagons A. S. FLa.V DKAU,i.'<72 and 374 Broome St., old stand ol Brewster A Co. SRCOND HAND KOAD WAUONtL PH AETONS. CAR riages, Uarnasa. Ac. The largest assortment i-rer offered at anciion. without reserve, this day, at II o'clock, at Ma jor BARKER'S New York faltersall's, eerner Hroadw.iy and .milt at. CTAI.LS TO LET. WITH BOARD, IN PRIVATE testable 17 West 44th st.; livery prices. T~ (TlKT-BTABLK AT~5S3 ANDVffi" 7TII AV. CO li ner -lOth ; 25 stalls and plenty carriage room. TO LRT-I'RIVATK STABLE; ROOM FOB MIGHT Horses; all Improvements. 31st St.. near Broadway. WILLIAM M. THOMAS, 508 8th av. T~0~" RENT-a"FIRST CLASS PRIVATE STABLE. serrn stalls; room for five can leges and two coaeh man's rooms; In good order. Apply at No. 128 Rest IIHn st. or to A. L. BKliiHAM. New Haven Railroad, Grand Central depot. \1TANTED-IIOKSE8. CARRIAGES," WAGONS, hTR TT nesa, Ac., to eell at aoetlon; always money ou hand to advance ; ealo every Thursday. LOUIS J. REEK. Auction eer, 283 Beat 10th st WANTKD-A goat TRAINED TO DRIVe7~ALNOA .-hetUnd Pnny. Address, stating price, A. B. MILLER, No. 228 112th st. ^ _ Y)Lr ANTIID?SOME SECOND HAND BAKER'S f r Wagons, in good conditioo. Address. ttaUng pries. Ac., SPECIAL. Hereld office. WORKING AND BUSINBSS IIORSKH AT SACKI Scs; trlsl. 57 Great Jouev et. A. inn PER ANNUM-PRIVATE STABLE,"" FOUR tp'xOUslalls. room for six csrriages; every convenience. Apnly on nrsmiscs. No. I lO West 47th at. OKV^WIODfi. ? " 77ic price of the HerctUl has been reduced to three rents per copy. Must nK bold immrdiatbly-a new square India shawl, bought In Paris 1875; also tome Diamond Jewelry. Bog .?.7j7 Post office^ R~ KEP'S PATENT PARTLY MADP. D?ESS SIIIKTm. The vory best, 6 for $6: can bo finished as esaily as hem ming a handksrchieC 571 Hroadway, and 921 Arch it., Phildslplria. PARTIES "H AVING BANKRUPT STOCKS- OF DRY Goods, Clothing. Ac., or Job Lot* of goods to sell at a drive will find a cesh buyer by addressing C. B. WKBSTKK, Metropolitan HmsL 6" - A FIRST QUALITY RED CHBCK~MATTING. :I5C. ; TH Ingrain Carpet*. ;V&; rleb Lap Robes, $8; 12-4 Linen Crumb Clothe, Or. 871 Broadway. .ttlLLlfilbRY AfiU DKKSSMtKlVI., A -MARIE TILMANN, OF PARIS.?LATEST, PINEHT ? Paris Millinery. Large, unique assortment, of rare elegance. 423 Oth av., rear Vfllli st. Millinery done at lady s rksidbnoBi aijio designing in street, dinner ana eveningeostnraes; hours l?to5; unexceptional relerencs. Address M. K. B.. box 175 Ilerald Uptown Branch. ifiit T. SCDTI, iTfli WENT 32D BT.?HA TS. Feathers. Flowers. Ladles' own material made up; trimming. *1. MAIhON WALTON, M8J BKOAOWAY, ABOVR UNION will open on We?in?Kl*y, October 25, a cue of Kronen lioniiett lend Hound Hut*. .n AT HIM ON 1 Ale. AT?ib6i^AiJSD~TJmLWAr Mfinorw 00* respoad with a lady ol wealth. Address O. B.. box 120 i Herald Uptown Branch -m? KUROPEAN BTKAMHI4IPR. The price of the Herald has been reduced to three rente per copy. National, link?from piers tt and 47 n. k.. Knit LONDON. CANADA....Oct. 2H. 2 P. M. I Dk.NMAKK.Nnv. 11, 1 P. M. GREECE . Nov 4. 7 A. M | HOLLAND Nov 18.7A.M. FOR Ql'KKSSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL ITALY Ool. 28, 3 P M. | ENGLAND Nov. II. 1 P. M HPAlN Nov. 4. 7 A. M. I EGYPT Nov. IK, 7 A. M. Cabin passage, $.'>?>. $HO or $7u, currency. Katurn tickets, $!<<), (I |o or Clio, currency. Steerage passage, $2<t, currency Dralt? issued from ?1 upward at currant rate*. Apply at the company ? office. .In Broadway Steerage ticket* can aleo ba obtained at the company ? piera, 44 and 47 North Klver. K. W. J IIUKHT. Manager. ONLY DIKKCT LINK TO FRANCE. rllK GENERAL TRANSATLANTIC COMPANY'S MAIL STEAMERS HKTWKKN NEW YORK AND HAVRE, CALLING AT PLYMOUTH (U. B.) for the landing of passenger*. The apleodtd vaaaeD on thia favorite mute for the Conti nent (cabins provided with electric bells) will nail from pier No. 43, loot or Barruw at.. North Klver, as follows PKANCK. Triolein .Saturday, October 28. 7V, A. M. ST. GERMAIN. Keeuloux Saturday, November 4, 2 I*. M. PKKKIKK, llanro . Saturday. November II, 7 A. M. ? - ?" LI> PRICK OP PASSAGE IN GOLD (including wines) First Cabin. $110 to # 120, according to accommodation: Second. $72; Third, $4U Return tickets at reduced rates. Steerage. $26. with superior accommodation. Including wine, bedding and utenaila, without extra charge, steam ers marked * do not carry steerage passengers. 1 he passengers of the St. rutiirent are requested to be on board on Tuesday, October '-'4. ist ."> P. M. LOUIS DE BKBIAN. Agent, ON Broadway. Great western steamship link. TO BRISTOL (ENGLAND) DIRECT, sniltng from pier IB Kast River ae follow*:? AKKAGUN. Symona Saturday, Nov. IS CORN WALL, Stamper Wednesday, Nov. 2I? Cabtn passage. $70; intermediate, $45; steerage, #80, currency; excursion tickets, #12"; prepaid steerage certifl cute, $26. Apply to YV. D. MORGAN, Agent, 7" Sontlt at. UNITED STATES MAIL LI NP.?STEAM TO QUKKNS TOWN AND LIVERPOOL. Sailing on TUESDAY, from pier 4B North River. NEVADA....Oct. 31. 5 P. M. 1 WYfiMING.Nov.14. .1 P. M. WISCONSIN. Nov. 7. Ota A. M. | DAKOTA. Nov. 3i, OA. M. Cabin. $B5. $70 and $Hft, currency. Intermediate, $44); Steerage. $20. Passengers hooked to and from Paris. Hamburg. Norway, Sweden, Ac. Dritfla on Ireland, England. Prance and Ger many, at loweat rates. WILLIAMS A GUION. 29 Broadway. Anchor link, united states mail, steamers, NEW YORK AND GLASGOW. California...Oct. 28, 1 P. M. Victoria Nov. 11, I P. M. Ethiopia Nov. 4. 7 A. M. Bolivia Nov. IB, 7 A. M. TO GLASGOW, LIVERPOOL OR DKRRV. Cabins, $05 to $8<i, according to accommodations. Intermediate. $35. steerage. $28. NEW YORK AND LONDON. Aoatralia....Oct. 28, noon. Anglia Nor. 18, 7 A. M Eiyaia Nov. 4, 7 A. M. Utopia. _ . Nov. 25, 11 A. M Cabin, $55 to $70. steerage, $28. Cabin Kxcursiou Tickets at reduced rules. Draft* issued tor any amount at current rates. Company's pier Noe. 2D and 21 North River, New York. HENDERSON BROS.. Agents, 7 Bowling Groom XT OR f II GERMAN LLOYD IN STEAMSHIP LINK BETWEEN NEW YORK. SOUTHAMPTON AND BREMEN. Company's pier, foot of 2d at., llobuken. MOSEL.. .Saturday, oet. 28 I BHKIN... .Saturday, Nor. 11 WESKK...Saturday, Nov. 4 I ODER .... Saturday, Nov. IB Gate* of passage from New York to Southampton, Havre ?rkTmOanbm. $100. gold; Second Cabin. $00. gold; Steer age. $?'". currency. . P^p?dlsCtee??i For Irelght or i'r ,k CO.. 2 Bowling Green. ("1UNAKD LINE.?B. AND N. A. R. M. S. S. CO. J NOTICE. With a view to diminishing the chanuea of collision the ?teamera of this line take a specific course for nil seasons of tbe year. On mo outward passage from Qurenslvwn to Naw York or Boston, cruising tha meridian ut SO at 43 latitude, or noth ing to the nurth of 43. On the homeward passage, crossing tha meridian of SO at 42 lalitude. or nothing to the uortli of 42. FROM NEW YORK FOR LIVERPOOL AND QUEENS TOWN. ?RUSSIA Wed.. Oet. 25 ALGERIA....Wed.. Nov. 8 8CYT1IIA Wed.. Nov. I BOTHNIA....Wed., Nov. 15 Steamers marked tbua (*) do not carry steerage passen gers Cabin onstage, $80, $100 and $130. gold, according to accommodation. Return tickets on tavorable terms. Steerage tickets to and from ull parts of Europe at vary low rates. Freight and paaa.ig > office No. 4 Bowling Green. CHARLES G. kKANCKLYN, Agent. PASSAKGKKS PER STEAMSHIP RUSSIA EMBARK Irom tbe Cunard wharf, foot of Grand sh, Jersey City, at 102$> A. M. ou Wednesday, 25th October, 18711. CIIAS. U. FKANCKLYN, 4 Botgitug green. ; green. New York. MOST DIRECT AND ECONOMIC ROUTE TO HOL LAND, BELGIUM, THE RHINE, SWITZERLAND. AC.. AC.. VlA ROTTERDAM. Steamer SCUOLTEN Oct. 28 Steamer MAAS Nov. 9 These beautiful steamers. carrying the United St act mail to the Netherlands, are great lavortles with tnu public. Trips regular, rates low, comfort and Bring perfect. For freight, Korpne*nge, PUNCH, KDYB A CO.. L W. MORRIS. 27 South William at. 5( ? Broadway (Morris' European Express). Hamburg American packet company's line lor PLYMOUTU. CHERBOURG and HAMBURG. CIMMRIA Oct. 28 POMNKKANIA Now. 9 GKLLKKT Nov. 2 8UEVIA ..Nov. 18 Kates of passage to Plymouth, Loudon, Cherbourg, Ham burg and ail points in EnglandFirst Cahsn, $10J, gold; Second Cabin, $81, gold; Steerage, $3", currency. KUNHAKDT A CO.. C. K. RICHARD A BOAS. General Agents. General Passenger Agents. 61 Broad St.. New York. 81 Broadway. New York. STATE LINE. NEW YORK TO GLASGOW, LIVERPOOL, DUBLIN. BELFAST AND LONDONDERRY, from nlor 42 '? urtli Klver (loot of Canal at. M as follows :? STATE OF NEVADA Thursday, October 26 STATE OF INDIaNA Thursday. November 2 STATE OF GEORGIA. Thursday, Novembers STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA Thursday, Norember 16 and every alternate Thursday tberealtei. First cabin. $81 and $70, accnrdingAo accommodation; retnrn tickets, $11(), $127 Second cabin, $4 ?; return tickets. #SO. Steerage at lowest rntas. Apply to AUSTIN BALDWIN A CO., Agents, No. 72 Broadway. Now Vork. sTEKKAGK flCKBTS AT 45 BROADWAY AND AT THE COMPANY'S PIER, FOOT OF CANAL ST.. NORTH RIVER. CTRAMBHIP ST^fn;\%r.r.VrootAo$Canalsi.N- "?* SwIU -ail from eomfljJftuAY, at Uj noon-^ ^ ? Poasengeo. will w 11,HON LINK, FOlt SOUTHAMPTON AND HULL, ?ailing from piar 53 North River, at follows: ? NAVARI.NO October 28 | OTHELLO.... November 18 COLOMBO November 41 HINDOO December 2 First cabin, $<U, currency; second cabin. $45, currency. Excursion tickets an very favorable terme. Through tickets issued to Continental and Baltic porta. Apply, lor full par ticulars. to CHARLES L. WRIGHT A CO.. 58 South sL WHITE STAR LINK. ? FOR QUEESSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL, CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAIL. The steamers ot this due take the lane route* recom mended by Lieutenant Mnnrr, U. S. N.. going south of the Ranks on the passage to Queenetown all the year rnnnd ADRIATIC October 28, at 1 :3t) P. M. BRITANNIC November 11, at l;3oP. M. GERMANIC November 25. at noon, ADRIATIC December 2, at 5:30 A. M. From White Star Docks, pitr .72 North Klver. Rates?Saloon, $8" and $160. in gold; return tickets on reasonable terms Steerage. $28. Saloon staterooms, smoking and bath rooms are placed amhlehipa. where the noise end motion are least, affording a degree of eom.'nrt hitherto unattainable at sea. For inspect to i of plans and other information apply at the company's office, 37 Broadway, New York. K. J. CORTIS, Agent, ED STAR LINK. Appointed to cart. _ mailt. The following steamers ?re appointed to sail R* pointed to carry tbe Belgian and United States TO ANTWERP. From Philadelphia. | From Now York. TADRRLAND Sept. 23 SWITZERLAND... .Oct. 6 NEDEKLAND Oct 18 | K EN IL WORTH Oct. 30 PRICKS OF PASSAGE IN CURRENCY. First Cabin $9ti | Second Cabin $60 Steerage tickets to and Irom all points at the l.iweat rates. Passenger accommodations for ail classes unsurpassed For paasai-e, rates of Irelght and other Information, apply to PETER WRIGHT A SONS. General Agents. 307 Walnut st.. Philadelphia GEORGE W. COLTON. 42 Broad at.. New Y'ork. JOHN McDONALD. l'aesengar Agent. No. 8 Mattery plane. New York. INMAN LIMA?MAIL STEAMERS. FOR QUEKNSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL. CITY OF CHESTER Hatunlay, October 28, at I P. M. CITY OF RICHMOND .Satnrdav, November 4. at 7 A. M. CITY Or BERLIN Saturday. Novemhar 18. at 7 A. M. CITY OF CHESTER Saturday. Deeepiher 2, at ti A. M. CITY OF RICHMOND. Saturday, DeeemOerO, at 12 noon. From pier 45 North River. Cabin, $80 and $100, gold. Return tickets on favorable terme. Steerage, $28, currency Drafte at loweat fates. Saloons, staterooms, smoking and bathrooms amidships. JOHN O. DALE. Agent. 15 and 33 llruodway. New fork. COASTWISE STKAMSHIPb. The price of the Herald has been re/lured to three rente per ropy. P ANAMA TRANS! r AND PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP LINES. For CALIFORNIA, JAPAN. CHINA. AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND. BRITISH COLUMBIA, OREGON. AC., sailing from pier 42 North Klver For SAN FRANCISCO, via ISTHMUS OF PANAMA. 8team?hlp ACAPULCO Tuesday, Oct. 81 connecting lor Central America and South Pacific porta. From SAN FRANCISCO to JAPAN and CHINA. Hteamshlu CITY OF 'IOKIO Wednesday. Nov. 1 From SAN FRANCISCO to SANDWICH ISLANDS. AUS TRALIA and NEW ZEALAND. Steamship CITY OF SYDNEY. Nov. 8 For Irelght or nas*sge apply to WM. P. CLYDE A CO . or II J. Bl LLAY. Superintendent, No. 6 Bowling Green, pier 42 North River, tool Causl si, NY.. HAVANA AND MEXICAN MAIL SB. LINE. , Steamers leave pier No. 8 North River at 3 P. M. ' FOR HAVANA DIRECT. CITY OF NEW YORK Ihumday, Oct. 28 CITY OF HAVANA Haturdav. Oct. 28 CITY OF VERA CRUZ... Wednesday. Nov. 8 FOR VERA CRUZ AND NEW ORLEANS, via Havana, Prograao, Campeaehy, Tuxpan and tampion. CITY OF MEXICO Satuiday. Nov. 4 For freight and passage apply to YNDRB A SONS. 31 F. ALEXANDRE A SONS. 31 and 33 Broadway. Steamers will leave New Orleans October 22 arid November 12 lor Vera Crna and all the above ports. F OR NASSAU. N. P.?REGULAR MAIL STEAMSHIP LKO leaves New Y'ork October 28. MURRAY'. FKRKIS A CO.. 82 South St. IjYOK NEW OKLKtNS DIRECT. 1 TIIK CROMWELL LINE. The steamship NEW ORLEANS. Captain Dearborn, will sail on 8ATURD/.Y. October it, at il o'clock P. ft., from pisr No. 9 North River. Through hills of lading given to Mobile end principal points on the Mississippi River. Cabin passage, $5<l; Steerage, $25. ... Apply to CLARK A SEAMAN, So YVost H. |^K KM UDA. ST. TII l) M AS. .. WEST I N DIES.-TH E _Jregular mall steamship CANIMA will sail for Bermnda October 26, connecting there with the steamer for St. Tliooiea and West Indlaa For freight or passage apply to A. E. OUTER BRIDGE, 29 Broadway. New York. COAST W 1MB 1TEA.HSHIHS. The price of the Htnild hat beat reduced to three cents per copy. c B MIW EE KLY LI.VhTVoU PORT ROYAL, 8. C.. AND OFernaudina. Kit., sailing every Tuesday aud Friday, trom pier J<> Rati River, at it I*. a. Strainer MUSTlinM KKY, Captain Chrtiar, Oelolwr 'fl. Steamer VARUNDKLKT, Captain Fairulotb, Tuesday, October St. Ticket* tn all point* in Florid*. Apply lor inlurmelion ami ticket* to C. II. MALLOItY A CO.. IbS Maiden lane. F~ OB PHILADELPHIA Ttli \ No l sfKAMSIlTr AGNES trill tall from nler 11*1 North River every Tues day ?nd Saturday at 3 P. M. Freight at lowest rates. For further Inlormellon apply to C. A. WHITNEY A CO.. pier St) North River. TEXAS LINE FOR GALVESTON, TOUCHING AT KKY Wett, carrying the buitcii S.ates mall. ? I be >tnamer CITY llF At'STIN. Cuptarn Steven*, will aall on Satwruay. October lis, 1878, at it P. M., front pier 2<l Kant River Through In I In nt lading given to all point* ou tho llou-ton and Texas, Central International and tire a* Northern, Gal veston, lluution and Henderson anil the Galveston, tlarriv bnrg and San Antonio railroads Freight and insurance at lowest rate*. For Ireiglil or passage. having superior ac commodations, apply to C. II. MALLOItY A CO., 153 Maiden lane. Mi >KG AK'H NEW" YORK. NEW* ORLEANS i'M) Texas Steamship*.? NEW YORK will sail from pier 3d North Riser, on Saturday, October 2*. at If M.. (or New Orleans direct, transferring Texas freight tlmr* to Morgan's Louisiana and Texas Railroad for Morgan City, tiienco net Morgan s sieatoers to Texas port*. Through Idlls nt lading sitriied to all point* on the Mississippi River, Mobile, Gal veston. Itiillanola. Corpus Chrlstl, llockport. Krasos San tiago. Hrowitsvillv, and to all polut* on the Galveston, liar risburg and San Antonio, Houston and Texas Central. In lernational and Great Northern Texas PaoJBo and Trans Continental Railroads. Freights lor bt. Mary's and Fulton landed at Rockuort. Lighterage and channel dues at Corpus Christ! and Bra sob Santiago at the expense anil risk of conslguee. Insurante can be effected under open policy of O. A. Whit ney A Coto New Orleans, Upef Mil to feXtkS pOVH, par cent. For troight or further in nrinalion apply to CHARLES A. WHITNEY A CO, Agents; odicc, pier 3tl North Rivor. 1i*?R HALIFAX, N S. AND <T JnHNs,~o_ F. 1 C RDM WELL STEAM AIM I* LINK ^Steamers leave pier It) North River following days, at 3 GEORGE W ASHINGTON Frldav, November 3 GEORGE CROMWELL Tne-day, November Id. .? I*. U. Most direct, cheapest end quickost r into to Nova Seotle, Newfoundland aud Hie Lower St Lawrence. Excellent pes seuger accommodations For freight or passage apply te CLaRK A SBAMaN, 86 West 1 NEW YORK AND HAVANA DIRECT M AIL LIN These tlrsl class atratoBlilps will sail at 3 I*. M. from pter l.i North River, foot of Cedar si., lor Havana direct, at follows:? * COLl'MBUS Wednesday, Nov. I CI t M Saturday. Nov. II For freight and passage, having unsurpassed neenmmuda tlon?, appiy to WM. P. CLYDE A CO.. No. 6 Bowling Green. McKKLLAR. LL'NlXt* A Co. Ag<-ut*<in II ivana. Old dominion steamship io.mpTwt* ' sailing Irom pier 37 North River For Norfolk. City I'olnt aud Richmond. Tuesdays, Thurs days and Saturdays at 31'. M.. connecting with th? Virginia and Tennessee Air Line. Atlantic Coast Line. Piedmout Air Line, Chesapeake aud Ohio Railroad, unit with the com pany's steam lines to Interior points In North Carolina aud Virginia, Newborn mid Washington. N. C. (via Norfolk), every Tuesday, Thursday aud Saturday. Lewes. Del.. Monday and Thursday at 3 I*. M., connecting with Marylauil and Delaware railroad*, il'assenger accommodations unsurpassed, Thrnugu passage tickets and bills of lading to all nolnlt at lowest rates Insurance to Norlolk, Ac., l* percent. Freight roceived daily at pier 37 North River. Oeneral ollices. 11>7 Greenwich st. N. L SICl'ilEADY, President. TIIA.V EliliEKS' GUIDE. " "" The price of the Herald has been reduced to three cents per copy. A "GREAT REDUCTION IN FARE BY THE PEOPLE'S line steamers. New York to Albany; passage ouly 81 alter October 1. Important tiotlce to Philadelphia visitorsCentennial excursion tickets via Hudson River Railroad or ilav boats ttkeu lor passage and cabin berths; regular Hudson River Railroad tickets re ceived; passenger and stateroom berths allowed In ex. change; those aro by far the largest and most magnificent steamboats on tba Hudson River, sud leave pier 41, North River, near Pennsylvania Railroad pier, daily (Sunday* ex cepiodl, at 6 P. V., connecting at Albany with morning trains lor Chicago and all points North and West. Staterooms warmed by steam. Meals on the European plan. Albany?ilcDHui hivkr by daylioht.-ck*. teunlal visitor* are informed that the day hoait will run during the Kxlilbition, and afford the only means of enjoy ing all of the unsurpaaaed scenery of tho Hudaon ; the day boat lauding adjoint that of the Pennsylvania Railroad lu Now York ; close connection uteae trom tho West bv the St. Louis train, and to tue West by last train at S P, M. Irom Albany with Wagner's sleeping cere attached. Tickets good ou Hudson River Railroad received lor passage. Albany and troy by ihy hoats"c. yihharh and DANIEL DREW.?Leave Vestry st. pier at H:l!l and 34th st. at S;3>) A. M. Lauding at Newburgaud Pouch ksentie only; connections at Alhauy with new train at * I*. M. for the West over New York Central, arriving at Hnlfalo at 7 :I0. Suspension Hrlrigu 8:30 and Niagara Fails at N;*7<> the following morning; continuous trains on Lake shore nnd Canada Southern roads. To Newhurg or Pouglikeepsia and return same day at excursion rates. A"lbany OPPOSITION. " 5'icents to Albany. New steamer ESCORT (with splendid sleeping accommo dation* and etcgautly lurnisbed stateroom*) leave* Nr? York lor Albany every Monday. Wedne?day aud Friday, from nler 33 North River, loot Franklin st.. at 5-.3D P. M. N. H?Railroad ticket* to Albany good lor passage. Brooklyn, bath and coney island rail road Train* leave hourly for Coney Island from depot near Greenwood Cemetery maiu entrance. CTAT- KILL CREEK LIN F." STEAMER NEW CHAN. yi'IlLN or WALTER BRETT dally, from Canal *t., plit 4-' North River. 8 P. M. Fare. 5<)c. H-rilis tree. Fall river link to Rostov * via Newport and Fall River.?The world renown'/ steamboats BRISTOL and PROVIDENCE leave pier 4 North River, foot of Murray St.. ilailv (Sundays included), it 5 P. M. Through tickets sold st all the principal hotel* la the rtty. pOft~NORWALK DIRECT ~~ ronneetlng with Danbttry. Norwalk and New Haven Rail' road*, by steamer AMKItlCUs. dally (Sunday* excepted), Irom Jewell'* dock, Brooklyn, at 2:30 P. M ; pier 37 East kiver. at J :45 I*. M . aud tool 33ii St., K "st River, at 3 P. M. Fare 35 cent*: exenrsion tickets 50 cent*. J^OR PHILADELPHIA AND THE CENTENNIAL^ " via Long Branch and the New Jersey Southern Railroad. Leave pier H North River, loot R-clor ?t. .at ?:45 A. V and 4 P. M. By thl* route a drllgbtfnl exenrsion it also afforded In the Bnestnemers JKS'E IIOYT and CRYSTAL WAVE across the bay In fnll view of the Atlantle Ocean tn Bendy llook, returning to the city at convenient hours. W. S. S XI. DEN. G. M. Ct KF.KNWOOD CEMETERY.?'THE MOST DIRECT Troute to Greenwood is by the Conrt stroel or Third ave nue cars Iront Fulton lerry. Brooklyn. H UDSON RIVER BY MOONLIGHT. AAUItlsens ldne?Elegant steamboat* for Troy. Saratoga and all points North and West leave dpily lexoept Saturday) aid I*. M., Irom pier 49 North Kiver. First class passage only 81: deck passage .W. Pennsylvania railroad. * GREAT TRUNK LINE AND UNITED STATES MAIL ROUTE. Trains leave New York, via Desbroases and Cortlandt street ferrtsa, as follows;? Exprv** lor Herrieburg. Pittsburg, the West and Hnnth, with Pullman palace car* attached, 9:30 A. M., '? aud H -.37 P. M. Sunday, ? and S;3? P. M For Wllltemspori, l-ock Haven. Carry and Erie, at 3:40 and 8:3" P. M., connecting at Corry for Tltuevllle. Petroleum Centre end the OH Regions. F?r Ha^imore, Washington and the South, "Limited Wash ington Express" of I'mlman parlor cars daily, except Sunday. I) :.kl A. M.: arrive Washington 4:13 1*. M. Reg ular at S 40 A. M , 2 :4C, ? 05 and 0 P. M. nnday, 6 415 and 1) P. M Express for Philadelphia, 7 :30, S;4<). 0:30 A. M? 12:30, 2:41). 3. 4. 5, S. 7, 8:30, B P. M., mid 12 night. Accom modation 7 A. M andjLliiF, M. Sunday, S A. M.. 5, R, 7. 8:30 and ? P. M. Ktnlgranl and second dam, 7 P. M. For Centennial Depot at 3:30, ?':3l). 7;3U. 8, 8:40. 9:*) A. M.. 12: vO. 3 aud 4 P. M. t)n Sunday, 8 A. ft. Returning, leave Centennial <le|Mit at 7:15, 8:|fi, 10:50 A. St., 1, 1:15, 3. 3: O, 4:45, h :*l, ti, S:50 and 7fl. P. M. Co Sunday, 7 SB) A. Si. and 7 P. M. For trains to Newark. Elisabeth. Rehway, I rineeton. Tren ton. Perth Amboy. Momlngtott, Belvidere and other point*, see local scbednle* at all ticket office*. Trains arrive:?From Pittsburg, 6:2" and 1< ? :30 A. II. and 10:2!iP M..dalle; 1(1:1" A. M. aud6:5u I*. M. dally, ex cept Monday. From Washington and Baltimore, 8:30 end !?:?) A. M.. 4:10,5:111 and 10:20 P. M. Sunder, 6 I and f? :40 A. M. From Philadelphia, 5:05, 6:2(1, ?;.Tt 9:40. 111:10, llrJO. 11:5U A.M.. 2:10, 3:50, 4:10, 3:IO, 8:1(1. 6:50. 7:35^7:40. 8:4o and tO:20 P. M. Sunday, 5^)5,6 JO. 0 UK). 0:40. lO;|0. ll.SO A. M..S;jO and 10 UO P M. Ticket office*. 526 end fH4 Broadway. No. 1 Astor lloueo and foot ol Dealiroiucs and Cortlandt sta.: No. 4 Court at., Brooklyn: No*. 114, 118 and 118 Hudson *t., Hobokeul depot, Jersey City. Emigrant ticket oflloe. No. S Battery 'Frank Thomson, d. m. bo yd. Jr.. General Manager. Oeoorel Passenger Agent. j^TOMNOTON LINK FOR" BOSTON" ' ' Stesm'r. RHODE ISLAND and XARRAGAXSRTT, (ronb pier 33 North Kiver, foei of Jay it. at 5 r. M. Providence Linn, from pier 27 North River, fool of Perk place. SteamtmpW KLKCTRA end GALA1 KA ot 4 : ?) P M. KXCIKNIOMia. The price oj' the ltcraltl has hern reduced to thrm mUs /* >? copy. A GRAND F.XCITRSION ACROSS THE BAY TO Htaten I-Iand ? Hint* leava Whitehall at., toot of Broad way, at 7 :JO, II: 15, 11:15 A. M.; 1:15.3:15, 4:15. 5:.'? and t>:3n P. M., for New Brighton. Snug Harbor, West Brighton and Port Richmond. Fare only H>c, C30NEY ISLAND. -SHORTEST AND vl(?s r"7)|RhCT Jrnnte from NewYorX; near steam line (Prospect Park and Coney Island Keilmad); time trom Greenwooii to Con y Island. 15 minutes: take cars at Fulton ferry lor now entrance Greenwood Ceumtery. passing through Prospect Park. ' POST OFFIUK XdlTCk. ~ The price of the Herald tuts heen reduced to thret rents per copy. vi;? York" October ib. ism-P06T orHBI 1.x Notice.?Tiia foreign mails for the week ending H?ts.x day, GcGiber 2o, 1878. will close at thl* office un i nesday, at 7 A. M., lor Knrope, per steatti'tiip Montane, via Qneenw towu . on Wediieaday. at 7:8U, A. M., for KttroDe. per st oat <v ship Russia, via <Jneen-G>wn :ou Thursday, at 11 :3G A. M for Europe, per ate >m*hlp Clmhria. via Plymouth, Gtipo bonrg aud Hamburg; on Saturday, at to A. If., fo| Europe, per steamship City ol Cheater, via tyneenstowg (orrospondence far Scotland. Gormany and Franco lo lie forwarded by thl* steamer must be specialty ad dressed): and at 10 A. M. lor Scotland direct, per -loat:i slilp California, vlaGlaegow; and a* II A. M. fur Franco, direct, persleatuslilp France, via Havre: and at ll:3nA. M. lor Ear. ne. n-r steamkhlp Mo*el, via Soutliainpten and Bre men. The ateamshlp* Montana. Knula and City ofi'hoatar do not take mail* for Denmark, Sweden end Norway. The malls for the West Indies via Berraa-la and 8C Thomas will leave New York Otffober 26. The malls for China, Ac., will leave San Fran^aeo Novem ber 1. The malls for Australia. At., will leave Ron Fraaeiso* Novembers, 18781 T. la JAMES, " Hrr