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   New York Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1870, New York, New York                               THE NEW YORK HERALD. WHOLE NO. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1870-TRIPLE .SHEET. PRICE FOUR CENTS. DIRECTORY FOB Jiy-ra Ptos-Fourtb, fifth and lilt columns. PAOE-Thtrd column. column. BUAHI> AND LODGING WANttiO-SEOOKD Third ant fourth BOARHEKS second an  C-AitUliNliHS-T.VEi.rTI! COASTRISiS PAKE-Fifth and siith co.mi us. COUM'KV PinE-Fotirlh column. DANCING rri PACK -Fifth co.umn. UH BUY Sreojsu 1'AcE-Slsth column. DlVl-LLIXl! HOUSES TO L f, rUKMSIIKD AND WltNiSIIEU-MSTU I'.UjE- Fmt coUnll. iUROPi-AS S'ii AMSilU'S KIS-JI i' Him column. AND I-AUS FIE.VT fAttf cwimn. HNAN( IAL- Fiasr r.mn'i column. FOR SECO-.T, and a.tii co'umns. HJitMSiil'.D KODttS A.N'i) APARTMENTS TO MN-II: second KIUJ column. FKUNCH TWKI.I ia CO nmp. HELP MALES- Suth col- HtLP TwEina PAOE-third rfrdaourih   I'A- B- Fo'irlti column. KI.S, KOOMS, ic., WASTEC-Srooxn PAGE-Fou-th coiunii. INSTIU'OriO Sii'.h co'nmn. Li-.iJAL pAir-s.-.t'. Mlttmn. LOAji KIEVT PA Fu F0 Fi Hi c.j Minj MAKI'LB JTI.LISFRY AND limnm Sixth column. iilSOELIjANl o S Sixth MUSICAL NINTH Sixth co'unn. PI-KSONAL PIANOWITIS Nl.x-iii PACr-Ko'irtli calmnn. Kiusr Sutiioilumn. PoST oI'MUE sixth colttmn. OUT OF THE OP. TO Kb.N tf-.itrii tliiril cl'i'Tun REAL EsTATE TO REAL ESTATE yrA.NT3D_ElGnT3 Pvr.E-Third column. BALES AT AUClloK fifth and siuh SITUA1ICNS I'Ar.E. EM-CATIONS'" l-'tiilriii co'.imu. SPECIAL FIK.-T and second col- SrOBTl S BIKDd, I'ACE-Second col- column. rnis-r TO L'r.T TOP. BUSINESS 1'Ultl'OSl.S-SKTII Kimcolimn. TEA' KLLliltS' t.i IPH-Fl-.ST DNFPRKISIIED K0055S AND APAr.TMu.Kls TO LET- and th'rl coiitKns. TuPL'ROiJASE-Frai- r.vor-SI-.th column. ,T fcs -i-'oiirih column. SlijAMBOATS, col- umn. RICHMOND HILL. Fined Lois on the Secure a lot In the pa a ot Long Itlsnd. Possession on payment of Grand Excursion, Thursday, September 29. Tickets ADOLPH BANOMA.V, 58 Howery, or JOHN- SON A MILLER, 2o Nassau street. New Vorlfc TJECEIVEK'S IS HEREBY GIVEN J.V to all pel-sons having nroperty in tho store of the late Crro of A. Co., Nos. 92 and 34 Liberty street, cltr of New lork, tiMi they are requested to furnish to me, on the prc nlses. satis'actory uroof of ow .ershin thereof, and to re- mo- e tue same on or before October otherwise such will be -lold at public auction to pay expenses and lor account of whom it may concern. TI10S.J. BARK. Receiverof A. Blninger A Co. NewYort, September rjlO ALL IfrrERESTED IJf SILVER MINING.- Jl of RCD leaien about leaving for the ailrer mtoeB of Colo- ra. lo wish to communicate with corners of mines who de- sire to the same exa'mued and reporte-1 on nUlelafly as to vajne, titie, iVc. Full and complete fltaff for reporting, phoiOKraptu'ilg, ,xc. glren. Ad Jres3 for one wed; St. George Hotel, New V'oik; or 811 "Walant street, PnilaJelpMa; and after that. Barton House Oeorgatowo, f-AMUKL TO Jl. M. 1HVYEE. Col. THE FOLI.OWIKG UNCLAIMED GOODS WILL BE nold from store, 17tj Washington Two Casea Goods two Mar' et Ice lions, Artemus Ward's S'age Apa- ratus, two barrels Paint, one counter Taliie; receipts can- celled. Sale. October 1, 111 A. M. TE BES TO NOWF? MANUFACTUREKS OF and tie public jicneral'y that we have coj'y- tej ti.e iOllowiag "Llam i." As our trade marks. ISAAC SMITH'S SON   FIUOAY. Gentlemen wishing to purchase, or those having Horses or Carriages to BC.I, will lind our house perfectly reliable, as wo conduct tills branch of o.irbusinens, "as wa do all ourothei b'.islneBS, on the same straightforward prlnrtplei which ern h norahle homes ir all pursuits. wejjfe the purchaser of erery horse tnat Ja warranted sound from 24 to hours for trial. Entries r'or calps of Horses and Carriages can be made at our down town oILcf anil sa'csroom, 37 Nassau street, where we also keep a regular of horses for yrlrat-j sale. Liberal a Ivances maiie oa coasi infants. CATALO :UE OF THIS DA 'S SALB AT 13 O'OLOyK. TTARNESS-UARNESS-HARNESS.-SSO SETS LIGHT city nude. JOHNSTON 4 T. JC8T FROM COLUMBUS, FORTY SUPERIOR VvorK Horses, snitaole for all pm-posei also a T OT SLIGHTLY SOILED ASD SECOND HAND CAB. TJOBES, AFGHANS, LAP- KOBES-iNEW XV perfect coods; direct froi Hone Blankets, 41 9U up. ____ STYLES; factory; from 48 np; alto aniets, il 911 up. JOlLNSfON SASSBLL. 68 Liberty HANDSOME CROSS MATCH eu TEAM, sorrel and gray Houses, sorrel sired by Expedition, gray by bashaw, both out 01' blooded mares, hlch, coming 6 years, kind in all harness, eoo 1 traviiUers, never been han- dled for speed, warranted soun-l, wllb a four seat ciiy In pood condition; also set of Double Harness, made bv Wood Gibson, in perfect order. M hip, Hlaalctts, ,-.c DARK DAPPLE GRAY COUPE HORSE, long flowing ane and tnii. 17 hands, 7 years, last traveller, kin'i and true all harness, and lor style and action cannot be surpassed. BuKJUT HAJ1 LhTvJ.MAN" HOBSK, out of a tho'- onnbbrcd mare; long m n.e and tall, hi.h. S years: very and trjU imiue three minutes tears nothing aad warraLtj-i sorin i. kind and true. BAY MAKE, sired by B'ack Hawk, da tler" maie, iSy liigh. 3 stylish: trot" in 3: m a "Bat- :30, never TTTANTED-A GOOD TOP BUGGY OR ROAD "agon, for which gooftnecotiable stock trill be paid. Address, elvin4 particulars, KJOOKS, Herald omce. WANTED-A FIRST CLASS SECOND HAND COUPE _ Harness. Addresj 46 Frankfort street. GISL. HAS TROTTED IN ,'Prown Uorse, Sorrel, 880; sotmd, kind and not afraid 01 cars; must he so S41 West Tolrty-Crst street, CASH.-FOR SALE, A HOKSF. AND NEW SIN. APP'7 Ut WITTFS lt'tle' Nevias COTTERED BUGGV WANTEtl. WITH pole and fioafts. Address, etatiaa weight, style of ooay aua paintiug, raaier's name and price, UONOLD, JCPROPEAN STBAIHIIIPS. iUKABD MSB. UHTII.....Wednesday Oct. U Abrs8inla..Thursday. Sept. Oct! M Saturday, Oct. 1 IS a m Return By 'teamera carrying steerage. Through bills of lading elven'for Belfast, Glaigow. Havre, Antwerp and other ports on tho Continent and ?or Medlte? ranean ports. -ROYAL VANASA AND KENTI'CKV LOTTERY ITizes cashed and informal on gimo circninrs JOSEPH BATES 4 CO., So. H Wall street. Box Post office. Trlrate rooms. ALL KINDS OF FANCY DO.IS AND EIKDS FOB for all diseases. 1'reparetl food tor "'Mai 'lra5' B' 3 street, comer attended bv Mrs. Dovey. ISAl ALLh.N MAKE, long Inane and tail, j hi_h, years; very siylish; trots m J.l.i and gives every promise of te.nj very fast. A half sister of this inare trotted m tour vearsoki; warranted sound, kind and uue. BAV HORSH, loDRmane andt-r, of great endur- ance, IP hi_h. 9 vears, trots in taree kind in ail har- ness. feats notbjn; anc irakes a sty.ish family or road horse, a Top by Rodec-r of fhllac-eiDhia, in good also set Ilaiacis, Whip, ?v GRAY MAKh. liiyi, c yeam, stvlish, fair traveller, kind and true, toother with a no top by Brew- BM SKV Harness, Ac. FBAKC1R NO. C PECK SLIP, HAS ALL THE ch-iK-e 1'iee-H of Dogs tor sale and stock. Butler's in- allible (Jure and Flea Exterminator, J6o.; Butler's new U one. Bogs boardej, triined, ic. Medicines for all diseases. TOST RECE1VED-A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF GER- J man Canaiifs. I'or eali- ;HAKLB2 It--------- -in street, bt A LJf lyt-tt- an Canaiifs. I'or ealc, wholesale and retail at LB2 KKTCIIK t BROTHERS, Biril Store, 55 Caat- Ireet, between North and Chambers. lass. :30 30 Purse. S1.IMO October 18, 19, Vttrses Firitt bay. 1st. so Second Day. 900 Third Day. Four h Day. 8600 900 TV HP. DRIVUSG 1-ARl 2.3. cill) SSOO 450 Sd. if 0 150 200 B. ft CO. HAVE KEEN PATol t oc li'yoii will come home; mother is SICE, oommuiiiuate with me at once at 1C___e street. F ME AKD K., -II Llbs SEC VC If YOU WANT A riy riKOHGE ROBINSON FORJIRHLY EM- TT f v !r- a harhtr, at Manei-eatcr. N H. .An} inlornMiion about him v.-ill lie eU'lly lei-tivrj his niollier. Addiesa box 317 iri od.ce. -INFOP.MATrON JfAr.- SHERIDAN BY J. her biothcr. Otven Bh-rid.n, of Clr-.ntany. cn.Ji Mona han.IieUn.l, who it. now waitlns to see her ;.t Garden M. WIIBH EnAD7- MISS ADA BOWERS-CALL IN THOMPSON STREET B. STaNTON. WILL MRS. WILLIAM FOWLKK PLEAiE SEND I1FR adJrcsn lo Q. II. P., Herald office? National Association Rules. Entrance ten per csnt. Clos Tuesd-iy, September 27. A-larrm U. S. Binshamton, N. Y. PROSPECT PAP.K FAIR GROUNDS. OJTH YOU HONOR WITH YOUR the morning pahser by? Plcaie rive slso ol recognition or address. NOTICES. RTESTAN L1THIA SPRING WjTTElTop'BALSTON XI. !-pa and Haialoga These celebrated waters nra fiw by M. S. liitoww, ftlne and Fruit Store,  ncea. Pine Ciiapc P.ockaways, BAi HOi.Sc.. Ions roar.eacd e vears, verv styiiah, trots In about three minutes, fears nothing and is km 1 true every v.-av DABK bAY riOKSE long full inane and tall, !4i  QCEENSTOWN. S'oamcrs ara appointed to eighth street. ATLANTIC SAVTH6S BANK, J3. Chathair. siinare and New Bowerv, New York. Deposits from Sfl to received, interest thereon allowed at the rate of Sir per Cent, free of tas Interest commences quarterly, Januarv, April, Joiy and uctoter. Mousy deposited now will draw Interest from Oc- tober 1 CITT OF PARIS.... 0J5SSS.Vl F. OF LOKDOS October ii ar.d each siicceediag Saturday and alternate Tuesday, from pieriOj Aorth river. KATBK OF PASBAai'. Tayable In Gold. pavabTe In Firrt Cabin. Siagle SteerS. "s30 To London go To London.... SS To Halifwc, Ji. S 20 To Ballfax, S. S........ i? HEW ORLEANS DIRECT. r_ Old line, loir freight. I The well known urn claMjMeirheeUUamsnlp DfiSOlO. H. XortoD, Commander, pier 36 North on b.turoay, 1st rethipped at NewO oa Saturuay, Sta Octo er. C. H. MALLOST A CO., 153 Maiden Unc. STEAM TO SAVANNAH .1 every Tuesday. Thursday ana SaturaajJ DOHEaiy. >0r mHB GREAT SOUTHERS 1REAT SOUTHERN FREIGHT ANDPASSENGES Line for Charleston, S.C.. the and Somh and Southwest, oNonh river The first class s JAMES AD JEiJ, CaptaiaLJ.Lockwood, Throngh passage tickets and hills of ladinj Issued at low. est rates. For local freight and passage apply to r i v R- Co.. SO Broadway or throujh fretchl tanir and rates apply to BENTLEt- 0. HASELL, tleaeral Agent Great Southern Freight Line. SiJ Broadway, _ entrance in Thomas street- The steamshiD SOUTH CAROLINA will follow and sail Tharsday, September 29. _ _ J FOR NORFOLK, CITY POINT AND RICHMOND. Old Dominion Steamship Companr. of this Ime leave pier 37 North river, foot ofi fetersbargaod WeTdbn nulraads, OheaapeVke and Ohio roads anu Richmond and Danville Through pact raduced rates (a all points Sonth and Southwest. Apply at oihce on pier 37, or to Jf. L. McCBCADT, President, _________ 187 Greenwich street, corner of Dey. FOUKSEAT 1.OOKAWAJ-, secondhand. ONE VICTORIA, been iSed. Four ROAD WAGONS, new and but little used. "JENNY new. FOUR SEAT PARK. i'UAIiTOS, in  'EW AND SECOND Call and JA.MKB" JENKINS. MILITARY FASHIONABLE LOCAL POLITICAL GENERAL HEMS, GOSSIP, VTLLE Steamship GEOBGB B. UPTON, Captain R. J1.. Roberts, Watlst, -o ...t ac es, over lines ot transportation, issued to all points' South alii Soatttl west. Apply on pier 13 nver. or to I JAMES HAND, Ajenl. f -I.., 119 street, corner South. Carolina an J South Carolina mark fc. w. Central lone (bouih aou Southwest Central Llnei vli TR.AVBCI.BKSi' KCIDE. wits, berth, iflj and reduct-on to all points Jianh- TIie e'egact rtcamen VANDERBILT and OOAHKOTIOL.T, having ztw splendid rooms, leave their new depot pier 44, riot of Prince, Spring or Cnarlton street, (Sunday fare name as heretofore' Hi-Su. bT Slith or ElZhth avenuj ________ J- W. HAJfCOX SONS. OB BRIDGEPOKT ASD ALL POINTS ON HOUSA- KaiToaa; fare atea-pers leavu i i wuwueri Lemarie Saturday, October T5 MATTEBS, SQUIBS, NEWS, BE SURE AXD ATTEND TTtl! AUCTION SALE of fine Family, Koad and Cnrriasc HorsM; Also four seat Park Phaeton, ton Wagons, Wuuonn, tlarncbs Ac BYJHHSMOA A VAN TtosiU.1, at their Auction Mart, 112 and 114 East Thirteenth street, near .Fourth arcuue. _Loolc at cata'oguc cor full description- Irial given. "lOACII FOB GOOD CONDITION, SUITABLE J for liackius nurpoael. Apply at stable In rear of Ao. 5 est I'i.teenth street. FOR 1ST SUPERIOR ORDER; MADE J celebrated manufacturer. Apply to HENRY JOWU coachm m, :S6 .in I Kowcry. Dubois W.t AOS 3, ami ottier Wagons, uliearC A. S. FI.ANDKAU, and ISEaftt Eighteenth stieet, cear Fifth aieaue. AVEKY HANDSOSir: CKOSS MATCHED TEAM SOB- ret and gray Hot 3.1 auction this dav, at 12 o'clock bF JOHNSTON t VAX TASSELL, at their "Auction 112 aud 1U East Thirteenth R'.rcet, near Fourth avenue. Look at caUlogue t nil description. lARRIACiKS AND SLEIGHS SELLING J ass irtmcat of and 50 S left Irom last eason, c osjiij; out cueaji to make room for new stoci- at lu Nevms ttreet, Brooklyn. TIOR SALE-A Sl'FEKIOB KENTUCKY SAnDLlS L1 Iloras; BOOT every known gall. Apn.y at L'ICKXL'S tldlng Academy, Tlilrty-nmih street and VlUh avenue. OR SALE-A CLOSK FULL SKE, nearly nsw, cost fit .11 SCO; also douiiie Harness, early new, If III. jt SiKL Inquire of II. T. iLDRISD 'CEt Fotty-lifth street, near Fifth avenue. FOB SAljE-A FINE IIAMBLETONTAN COLT, FOUR yeais old. sound and in all harness; of a private gfLtleman: price 4275. Aiply at liliOIVH'S Club btablea, and 27 East Twenty-eighth FOR LAf.Y'S PJDISG SADDLE AND BRI die, 1 nghRh ana.Ic, little used. Can De seen at BRAIPS Depot, Eighteenth street, near Broadway" FOR STYLISH MAUOGANV BAY HOESE lliliands nigh; line action: splendid driver; alt years old; sound und km J; suitable tor coupa, do- cert or road Arply at private stable, 1 j5 East Thirty-filth street FitOM ALL PAETS OF THE CITY AND COUNTRY AND BOTH HEMISPHERES. ADTERTISEF.S WOULD DO WELL TO EEMEHBEE THAT THE THE OIHCULATION OF ALL THE EVENING PAPERS. SUBSCRIPTION, 500. PER MONTH. SUBSCRIPTION, PER YEAR. of payaUo in d, mciuding To BreBt or rfarre-FirBt Cabin, Secondt'abln, t75. To Paris auc.udins railway and S78. gteamera do not carrv steerage passat-'erfl. Aiarncan travellers going to or return ins fiom the Contl- pent ox bnroiie by taking the steamers of tnis ime avoid both transit by English railway? and tne diacomforts of crossln" tne Cnannel, besides saving time, troujle and eifieose. touch at Soathampton, Enjjittnd, to land passengers and STEAM TO QCEEySTOWS AKD LTVEEPOOL. Every Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday. Septembar 58 October I Jrafts paTab.e in any part of England. Ireland, Scotland. st current rates of eich jnce. Apply at THOMPSON'S Pas- sage office, 13 Broadway, corner of Rector street. LISTS. IN STEAM TO LIVERPOOL AND QUEENSTOWJT from pier 47 North nver. LIVERPOOL THE HELVE. Passagt steerage, cturency. Prepaid steerage tickets from Liverpool. Oneanstown. Londonderry and Glatyow, currency: IT) LONDON DIRECT. ERIN. Bragrg................Thursdav, Sept. 23 stS'SOA Cabin and currency. Steerage currency. Passengers booted to Paris at reduced ratej. rorfurtlisr par-.Iculara apply at the company's office, 69 F. W. J. HUKST, Manajer. rpHE AXCJUOK. LIBJS STKAMEBS eavu slip u la nooa ana. la every night NEW YOKE AND HAP.LBM RAILEOAD. On and after Monday; May 23, Wj. csprcss leave depot, corner of street and avenue, as 10 ao A. M., Rutland Eipress, P. M., Montreal Expreei. Sleeping coaches on night trams between New York and St. Albans, Vt f. C. EUCKHOUT. Superintendent. TO ALBANY AND DAV LINE STEAM  i cmer of procession will in the nou-Bpapers of Thtirs'iay. The comirittpc iftspfctru'ly request (uat ail nenl procession. All communications relative to cositions in the line, or to Appointment of maishals "r to fcc made to the Grand Karsha! onlr. t the Chamber of the Board of Snuer- Tiaors, as above r n. JEROME, EM AM EL B. EDWARD CI'KI'T, 1VRLOIL IRVIMO, OoUimittee Hoard of Aldermen TvASTUS LlTTtEnKLU, I1ULET ODEI.L, i tBEitKEt AND Al'KSHIBE COWS FOR A one Ayi shire Bull and one imported Alilernev Bull. To be seen at the farm of the subscriber, near West F.irnu, VVestcheslpr county. Inquire of WILLIAM WATSON, 17i Church street. ARM'r WAGONS, CARTS, BLIXKF.TS, MULS Cullirs, Harness, McClellan SaJdlcs, GorermnCnt Clothing, Horse, Wajon. 'lYuck. Clothin" j Unas, Pistols. W. A. CARTER, 52 Cortlanct, near GKM- AGOOD ASD STRONG CANADIAN PONY, STEWT EX- press and Harness for sale. Inquire at 99 Bad- ford slreet. corner of Urove. HI'GH O'BRIKK, ISAAC ROSISSOS, 1 Conitolltse 1 ol AasiVlsnt Aldermen. WEBB, l-rnud C. YEP, I. c. Richmond Ilili is the place to recitrc ti Klcbmond liiil has ctiarms and aflractions than any other place In the viJnity of I have there. 11 aTi! bought, anJ 1 ailvlae all my Irieasis to go and do likc- Orsnti Free Ttrcnriion, ThilM.lav, SeptcmberSX Tir'trMor AI1OLPII Howcrv, or JOHN- LI.E. C. DRESSER, HAS JUST J.U anivcd from I'ans x.-ith the latest Fashions. 471 Sixth avenue, betvf Twcniy-oighth and streets. flJOTICE OF ASSISNMEIIT.-NOTTCE IS HEREBY iX liven that Vul Mm B. Conger, of the city of t-ewark, ci'iiuly 01 >.rtaei of Jtetv Jersey, hath this cay r-iauo an to tlio subscrllter of his estate for the equal of cicditoi-B. and that the said creditors must ej.all-.it thyji- rci-coctivu claims, nnuer oath or aillnu the terra ot'turec :noni as. JAMKS I1EWSO.V, TTiOR GRAY HORSE, 18 BANDS, 9 A' years old, sound and kind; just the horse fora coupe or eioress wagon. Inquire at EBBITT'S stable, comer Seventh avenue and Twenty-second street. FOR SALE-A TRUCKING BCSISES3, COSSIbTING of three horsps, three sinsle tiucks, harness and all be- longing to the in good order and doing a good busi- ness. SfcAMAtf, comer of Kea.de street and Broad- ivay, or 2fio West Nineteenth street. MONEY TO VARIOUS AMOUNTS. FKOM upwards, on city property. Mortgages pur- WM. CALLESDER, 22 Pine street. chased to any amount. OFFICE OP THE INTERNATIONAL OCEAN TELE- yahh Company. SS Liberty street, New Ycrfe, Sept. M, transfer bocks ol ttr-5 compscy will be ciosed from October 1 to October U proximo. T. P. BLA.DEN, Treasurer. OS RE4L ESTATK NE.VE NEW York, worth Address MORT8AGB, Hcwld office. AKARB CHANCE FOU i GENTLEMAN GETTING one of the hnest Horses tbat ever came to this city-a beautiful bay. 6 years old, hands hiak j was brourbt on here from Kentucky at the expenss ot iScO; can now ha bougct for AtJ. BODk'SstAWes, 45 Monroe street. FOR SALE-OS ACCOUNT OF DEATH OF OWNER, AN elegant Mare, 5 ye.irs, hands; a tail, bav and irots ia well bitted, aj! the qualitiep a gentleman requires. Address AOESTLEMAN'S COMPLETE TDRXOUT FOE SALE cheap; clitstnut Hone, 15 hands 1 inch hlsn, Syeara old; soani -ind sent.e; can tiot in 2--15; also a Stiacr's shift- lop v? piano body. 1331 only a few man ths and harness. Apply at Si? We" Thirty-sevcnto be- tween iLlghth aL-d Ninth avenues. A T BTOCOSb PRICE3.-CA8RIAOES AND HARSESS, all styles, comprising Light Knchaw.ivs, Phaetons, Coupe KocUaways, I'ony Fhaetons, Dog Carts. assortment Top and Open Huskies. ____________ 'Wmy, 6te liroadtvay. AND OPEN WAGONS. ROCKAWAYS, P1IAE- tona, lixpresa auons, Harness, suitable for all piirpof C3; Lap Ro cs, .tc., .tc-, at the cheap eland, corner Hudson and Spring streets. Call anil examine. LITTLE 4 TDRNER. STYLISH 5 .YEAR OLD BLACK HAWK Horse, sound and kind] trota in minutes, nnd Bhowft of gteathpeed; will be sold for as owner g .es to t allfonila this wcet. Can be seen at 25 hast elshth street. LAKDAl'LETS, CLARENCES, Coupes, t larence Kockaways for four and sis people, and llarnesH, ao per cent less than elsewhere ;incw and used. UAMM, corner Fourth street Broadway. AT 1U COLLEGE Ilariif-ss of every description. Single Harness, be to ihO per set. Duubie tlamcss, to a37o per set. THE TRADES COMPANY. Ea'.cl Scptemter At osicc of Guild 4 Lum i oad street, Newark, N. J. OFHC1AL r.RAVT'.NGS .t CO.'S LOTTERIES. SO. 1870. M, 61. 16, So, 1C. 9, 65, 5S, ili, !'o', 45. NO, 1870. H, 22, rf7, 17. 55, 51, 4 7tl, 41, Si. IITKIUCCV-EITIU 01.A6S 1870. i 6a, 6, II,  bj l.lln In I thn World's Fair, In Paris, and coat In goid. Sotnec- ForfrelKhtoi passage, s ulatoi-a dsaleri UlAauNDS. Herald appljta WtEDElPlC PACIFIC MAIL ssAMSHIP COMPANY'S Through Llae to Oftlifornia and China, r ralsht and passage greatly reouced." Throngh rates, Jfew York to Sen i1 irst nnss, 8125105170. to location of berth. Thara rates include bartas, board and all necessaries for the trip. Steamers of the ibove line leave raw 12 North river, foot of Canal street, at 12 o'clock noon, on 4th and 20th of each month, eicept when those days fall on Sunday, than the day pre- vious. One hundred pounds of baggage free to each adult. Medi- cine and attendance frea. October Captain Maury, connecting with MONTANA, Captain farter. Steamer AMERICA will leave San Francisco Sovemberl, 1870, for China and Japan- All freight for San Francisco will go as fast, and be re- ceived until 4 P. 51. Monday, Oc'oter 3. Freight for Central America and Soutn Pacific sorts will be received unil: 4 P. M. on Saturday, October 1, only. All the usual facilities afforded shippers in collecting inland charges, For freight or passage tickets and all further information apply at the ottice, pier 42 North nver. F. R, BABY, Agent. OF THE BROOKLYN YACH1 Sept. steamer GENERAE .-----will ncconipany the yachts, leaving pier 8J North river 330, nier IS North nver 10, Fulton ferrr. Brook, iyn, 10 :SO; Sicken .treat, Brooklyn, W :1S. TIATH AND CONEY ISLAND JJ Wall, South and Hamilton ferry cara to Greenvfooi Ceoxtery connect with steam oars to the island everr minutes. OF TIJIE.-THB POWV VJ ell on and after Monday, September 19. leave Yore at 3 o'clock from Vestry street pier, and Thlny-fourtli street pier at S-10. for Ponshkcapslo and Kon- dout, landinf at Cozzens, West Point, CornivaU. New Ham- burg and Mflton. iSdifSTAOTORD AND OP.SENWIC1I.-THE STEAM JL1 boat META leaves the foot of Market daily at i o'elook P. M. Retiu-ning leaves Stamford at 7 ftnii Green'. irich at A M. EGATTA-CAMBRIA VS. NEW YORK YACHT CLUB Wednesday, September yachtmen's favof ite steamer MARTHA. WASHINGTON wluj as usual, accom pany the yachts ia the race, twenty miles Irom Sandy Hoo] and back, landing at Peck slip at 830, Warren street pier No. North rivers A. M. Fare Belrechmcnts 01 board. MARTHA WASHINGTON WILL NO! attend, as per former advertisements. Persons holduu paid tickets will receive money back on presentation at fi .Broadway. rpllE STEAMER THOMAS GEOEG1 i Annett. leaves Christopher street 111, 2 and 6 o'clock? landing at Thirty-fourth street, Pleasant Valley and Fort Let Sundays included. SEPTEMBEE 28, 29 AND sea-eomg steamer STATE OF MAINE will acoompam the races each day, leaving Peck slip, East river A. SL Christopher street North river 8 A. M-, Pier No. 4 yoru river 9 A. M.; fare each day refreshments on hoard. POST OFFICE POST OFFICE NOTICE? r The mails for Europe, during the week ending Saturday October I, iS7ll, will close at this office on Wednesday and Thursday st A. M., and Saturday at A. St and at all the stations the nkht before as follows, A and M.: C und ft 835 P. M.; E acdF.g-a P. M.; O and H, 6 SO P. M. P. H. JONES, Poannaster. BERMUDA MAIL. Ff eie.ht at reduced rates. The steamship SAN FKANCISCo will be despatched to Hamilton from pier 16 East nver on TfcuriJay, September 29, at 3 o'clock P. JL For frelirht or passage apolv to WM. H. WEBB, 54 Exchange place. TTNITED STATES HAIL TO HAVANA. tj Atlantic Mall Steamship Company. Sailing regularly everv Thnrsdav, at B o'closc P. M. pre- cisely, from DIST No. 4 Kurth river. MISSOURI. Captain J. B. Edwards September 29 MORRO CASTLE, Captain B. Adams (via Oct. S COLUMBIA, Captain E. Van Sice. ____ Oct-13 F6r President. No. 5 Bowling Green. HAVANA, SISAL AND VEKA CRUZ. -New York and Mexican Mail Steamship Line, sailing every twenty days, from pier 17 East river. The new steamers CITY OF MEEIDA, Deafcen, Friday, Sept. SO, S P. M. CITY OF MEXICO. Timmerman, Thursday, Oct. So, S P. M. For freight or passage apply to F. ALEXANDKE SONS S3 Broadways fflEXAS LINE OF CALVESTOS STEAMERS, TOUCH- 1 ing at Key West-Tho Al steamship STREAM, Captain McCresry, at pier 20 East river, will sail Saturday October 1, or sooner if fulL A mail bag; will be made up for this ship at this AH goods for Houston or the Interior will be forwarded hv our agents, Messrs. T. McMahon Co., free of charge. The steamer ABIADNK will follow and sail direoM for freight or passage apply to C. II. MALLORf t CO., IBS Maiden lane. __ THE SCBSCRIBER WILL BUY AN EPERGNE Ol centre piece for a dinner table at second hand, if cheap for caah within the present week. Address F. T. N, bos 115 Herald office, stating -weight and price aud where t to seen. A GOOD SECOND HAND BOOK CA3; and Wardrobe also a Table or Desk suitable for doctor's office. Address, jirins description and price, M. ft Herald otiice. A SMALL SECOND HAND ESCffSE T  fett, uOxa ll made, suitable for comlaEFarrsi ions. HQJliK ORAHAil, 97 Diitae street.. "POLITICAL FLAGS FOR THE MILLION. S41 ARTIFICIAL HUMAN_____ _____ MANN (lormerly with Professor Eye, 6J1 faculty. roadway. N, Tbtie eyes are sndorKQj lEWSPAPERr   

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