Newspaper of The New York Herald, October 15, 1861, Page 11

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated October 15, 1861 Page 11
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6 SELECTED BY TI1E BOARD OP SUPERVISORS. fefiACES WHERE THE BOARDS OK REGISTRATION MEET, AS SELECTED BY TUB COMMON COUNCIL. Ornca Ci.kkk or tbk Board or SirrKRTisois, > ?..... .. ?j j I No. 7Cnr IUli.. Naw Yorc, Oct. 12,1861. > At a meeting ol the Hoard or Supervisors, held this day at II o'clock M., the selection of names of persons to act on In ftpertors ol Itiytstry for tho ensuing year, was concluded; prh't-eupon It was k Olderad, That the Cleric of this Board be directed to pub lished In the Transcript, Herald, Tribune, Stasis Zleutung and Abend Zlutung, of Monday and Tuesday, the complete list of riuapcclura of Registry, selected by this Board, wllh the places ?hero the several Boards of Registry are to meet. JOS. B. YOU NO. Clerk of the lloiud of Supervlsora. INSPECTORS OK REGISTRY. Democrats in Roman; Republicans In italic. riKST WAKD. First district...,. lohn yUtaeraUi, William Hattingt, William Burns. (Second district William Rodm, 1 John Egan, Robert Lee. Third district..... Thomat MrOttrmadk, , Vharlrn llriheit ? Pati irk Walsb. Fourth district " Mulling, John M. Blackburn, Daniel Mooney. Fifth district.......... B>njamin C. Syfcrs, Jofyih C. Srtilly, Patrick T. Carney. SECOND WAKD. First district.. Jamrs F. ffomn. Jam's Sb-ridan, John Ilomn. Second district. Arthur Hrrmanrt, William th-tard, ? James Sullivan. TRIBP WARD. 'First district William MMonagal, I John Hurley, Michael McCmin. [Second district S. A'. lt"ouipte, JC. W'ltrnrr, , Thomas Monroe. Third district...... JohnL. BU'Jclry, ? Edwin M. Itacrrty, (ioorge II. English. Fourth district Pamrt A' 7v/'r, llrnry Finrkrn, Bbciiezer B. SbAfcr. rooiiTit ward. fFlrst district.. Hrnry II. Ituelat, Joseph Shaw, James White. Second district William ftaithrimer, Jlrnry G. l."r k, Archibald Fullerton. Third district Kochr, William P. Kirk, J. Dovney. Fourth district Morrit FriaUam, y Mark /.inijirn. Jtihn Marsden. Fifth District P. McDormott, Thomm Flt/gerald, James Powers. Sixth District Inhu P*rky Hmry C. bull, George w. Casseriy. Sevonlh district Gamtlt BelL William S. WllioUon, John D. Cnillti. rirni ward. Flxst district Nathan Kiiif/nly, Sr. Anauj.tr Mryin, N. S. WoodliulL Second district R. 0. Mclnt.re. Willi im II Hurras, Jiritjttmin Self* r?. Third district William Parker, J . ,/amrn if. M-ittimyn, Charles Riit y. Fourth district.., Hugh O'Neill, I John Dougherty, John t'oiitrrtl, riftb district lohn Brunt tt, t'tia*. X. Kennedy, James l^ing. Sixth district it. if. Besson, James Piddes, Jhrxhn r A. Ward. Seventh district Andrew J. Moore, Jot* ph Corlim, George K. Cole. Eighth district lohn II. Sherwood, Robert Watson. I William II. Bailey. SIXTH WARD. First district MieharlJ. Ryan, Timothy Kintt, Thomas Wiggins. Aecond district Martin J. Keese, James Mnidootl, Thorn.is MeGrane 'Third district Thomas Martin, John IK Johnson. Francis O'Kourke. Fourth district P. C. VanWyck, Philip Furlong, 6 rortfr 11 run dy. 4 (Fifth district Jamn Ovinlau, LJamrtt Room y/? Jol ii Donneliy. ith district. Charles Cord' n, Edward Travis, liavid B. Vt'irt. Seventh district CAnrlei titomtani, William U. Jackson, Thomas Kyan. Kighth district Jumesl.MoGoivan, John McClnsky, (hrm IK. brrnnan. Inth district Raqrr Judgr, Jr., P. It. Met Ml, Daniel Mohady. iiii BBVriNTH WARll. Tlr.t diatriot. />??rtd PrnOtntt, > Kiciiard O liraily, Krancia lla? k?. ?aoond district John Etlmnrdn. f Daniel HulHenn, Mi''ba>'l Molquln. rlrd district . f. "? Knrv"ln, Francid Dinner), Nlcholux V. lluuseman. Fourth district Churirr Marth, F. K'A'Tt*, liryan Reiley. Fifth district Thomas Rail, L TIioiuhk M. Bailey, Hubert Thomas. filxih district Daniel Cag*r, Noah C. i'urk*% John Hteyner. Seventh district .Isaac Fit?, Joseph Hughes, James Collins. JEigbth district William H. Ilainer, Gwrrye A inunont, ?l<?hn L. Duryea. /9fioth district fames R. Darin, Daniel Lorriu'aii, Oustavu* Sp"iloer. Tenth district. Terence lynch, George Willetn, Wm. Olvaney. Klerenth district lohn M. Gallagher. John Ktrmnons, William Maekay. VKJUTIl WARD. First district lohn M. At/re#, Jacob U. Sari*'ft. Warn*i? 0. B ?nu.ctt. Second district Daniel Miwy, William Wiley, Wm. Seariug. Third district Tame# II. Corwin, Thomas Fuller, Edward Lester. Fourth district John ./. SillanrJc. Wm. Wainwright, David Sandford. JFif th district Michael M< Dm/tot, refer Clark, Wm. While. . With districts George Douglas, Wm. Brandon. Francis McMflfiUf. Hsv^nth district William I'attersnyi, William F. T. Chairman, Patrick M. Hessian. Eighth district James Shair, Isaac N. KUuvelt. Ilenry White. Jfinth district Daniel 11. Davis, William V. Droim, Barnard Cavanaujzh. Tenth district Andrew Jileaklcy, ./r., .lames F. (Ja I higher, Edward Lamb. Eleven'li district lohn W. Mend, li W. Warlotp, John II. Oliviv. Twelfth district Francis K. llmlhvt. Camper C. Child, Jr., Cornelius Linn. KI5TJI WARD. first district Manning F. Isiwson, Michael Moi an, John Mark. Second District George W. Rush, Thomas Rodgers, J. T. 8chmitt. Third district Robtrt R. Carpenter, Thomas (. Girvan, William Ackerman. Fourth district Caleb ('. Crime, 0. A. Valentine. K B, Fosdirk. Fifth dlsti let Tohias Lawrence^ George W. Frml, Robert Kn rnan. finth district . John Travis, Thomas A. Dunn, Isaac G. Piaio. pevonth district Jesse AUm, R'tltert Peterson, William II. Gray. Eighth district David H.irsh, Andrew Matthewseo, M. A. Gilchrist. ft lath district Wilson A. Hay lor, William J. Rrislry, William M. Richardson. rnth district Amlrew J. CampbeU, James W. Lawson, Willsm Martin, ^laventb district William II Gedney, George Arlcerson, 1. O. Seixas. tVeffllk district John At a s<m, Ed. J. Mcdean, A. J. McCulough. TBNTH WARD. First district fh*nry It. Jones, Ed war, I A. Fraser, William W. Wetmore. Seoond district. George. Gambit, Charles Kling, tiustavi Schocmikie. Third district Willixm Boecleel, William C. Owens w Alex. Ebeastaener. iPourth district John L. Lawrcttee, William IIuttoD, . Jacob Schopey. Fifth district . .James K Kellttek, Jacob C. Rumrtead, John Harrison. With distriot Charles E. Very, William Van Duser, Francis Mahaty. bmctontii ward. First district fosevh Hush man, J. M J orK*'m, llenry L. Wright. Second district J. f. MeKinlcy, James Traeey, Frederick Martins. Third district William If Frank/ord, Joseph L. Periley, Edward c. Brennan. Fourth district R. J. Fitzimtrirk, Willinm Jonea, Jauu'sLee. XVUl district Humiltim Weede, Julian C. Ihtrrimm, J?>hn Murdock, 'Plxth district. William D. flicks, James II. Brennan. Michael Moran, Seventh district William Seufrietlt, ^ Adam Morhnrt, -Iwsefh Bollethcln^ _^jpoi?rric At.. Eighth dlitrtct 7/* W. Mirlia.1 Venure, John lender, Klnih dUtrlet K'l,n\s,.7y"i' J<Jin T. Harding, John 11. Munu, Tenth dtatrlct John N. Cornell, Owen Kiernau, Eleventh dUtrlet Willuim (!. Prule, John 1'i'lUl. Twelfth dlitrtct .Valentimr H. Aa, I>e nnin Garriaou, Thomas Glass. Thirteenth district. .... .* Patrick Octncy, John K'nJitf, Bernard M< Mannus. Fourteenth district.... Josef ih II. TAom, James Fox, John Green. Fifteenth district. Henry GargUl, Peter McOuire, Peter MoGulre. Sixteenth district. Tohn Hlauroek, Thomas Han nan, Peter Hatpin. Seventeenth district. John (Qnnyloff, Philip Branch, George J. Campbell. Eighteenth district Jam** McCarthy, B'-rnard Fnv, John O'Donell. TWELFTH WAKP. First district Patrick McGanu, George Cu/tliti, John Hack. Second district John McKean, J. W. Flynn, Thomas E. Third district George IV. &outhwick% NorvaU W. White, George Gibbons. Fourth district. * .....Jf E. Randall, Charles Boiee. George H. K. Lynch. Fifth district.... John S. Pool*, (ironfr y. Mark, Nicholas Hay. Sixth district lawn ffHHn, William Harris, Jr., Thomas Kenton. THIRTEENTH WAIID. First district Hmry E. Mcflwrtin, William h. Oliver, Alexander II. Proudfoot. Second district. Thomas Brotm. James Griflith, Jacob Seebacker. Third district I#tar A. Jr*#np, Allx-rt V. Valloton, Thomas Brady. Fourth district. P. Mason, Oscar Bogart, Peter Morris. Fifth district John //. Ihtscnbury, Hit hard C< untidy, Thomas J. Slmndley. Sixth district Et?* E. Ellery, Charles Koster, William Green. Seventh district Hamilton liartin, Atulreir J, Cone, Thomas Goodman. Eighth district M*rmaduk? Anderson, Michael Hcaly, Thomas Hughes. FOURTEENTH WAKP. First district John Harry, John Eunjmsen, John Roberts. Second district. Janus Magw, George Dehenham, James M<Muhon. Third district William Johnston. Jam** Gil I'tt, Patrick White. Fourth district John OUknmor, James M uiaskan, George Cassidy. Fifth district Thomas Mulligan, Joints M' Kron, Michael B. Lynch. Sixth district Holtert Bennett, Thomas C. Scullejr, William Palmer. Seventh district famtsHaskell, Cornel inn Sait/ord, James Carty. Eighth district Norman Cook, Jr.% John J. Tindal, Edward Hiding. Ninth district..................Bichard flairtum, John M' /sOiuif in, Fraud* Mckenua. Tenth district John P. Shelly, John Daltou. Bernard McPharlin. fifteenth wakp. First district Frederick 31. IbUdnson, Augustii# E. Conkey, A. B. Purdy. Second district John Miry* Nicholas Murphy, John JS. Nori/s. Third district Hubert li'. Chairman* Th ltd'I tin P. Halt, James Gibson. Fourth district ire not\ W. Knapp. William Wray, John t^uiim. Fil'i ji district CMarles J. Livingston, John A. May, Archibald Wilson. Si*ih district. ..J. W ilson Green, Isaac H. Brown, Francis McKcmia. Seventh district... Eat cart I Ho'tin*on, JV? Jire.li Hull, John Kenny. Eignth district Daniel W. Leeds, J no. B. Ityer, John Gnmbletoo. Ninth district Ehrnexer ?>. Marshall, William J. Voting, John Wheeler. Teuth district John L. T<iylor, Abraham T. Hillyer, Wm. M. Giles. 8IXTKKNTI1 WARD. Kirit district Horatio X. Sherwood, Henry H. Ailet, Peter Ilttlj in. Secoud district .George Armstrong, Samuel T. Muiihou, Edward fteiliy. Third district. G? orge. Mr 1a*in, Will torn I. Kerens, A. K. Herrick. Fourth district Eduwd /?'. Harper, P. Gallagher, I*. Gibuey. Fifth district Ceo. Markey, S. F*. Gardner, Owcu Finn. flilth district E/ltcard Wrtfervelt, William Morrison. Peter O'NeiL Seventh district C. G. Arrhilxtld, AwbewH. GUrnore, Peter Weloh. Eighth district William H. Colli son. Thomas Tivers, Juliu s M<.Mullen. Ninth -district Merritt Wickhatn* Philip Jordan. H. McDermott. Tenth district Samuel K. Harrison, William White, John Hrowu. bKVEXTKKMTII WAKD. First district.................... ('hat h* 1>*nglcy, John C. 3Ityetf F. VancUrbeek. Secoud district D. (i. Gal'*, John Torney, Wtlli'ihi J. Woods. Third district W. F. Mtvdonoiigh, William Wi iters, James L. Hawkins. Fourth district John H. It yer Htm, II. II. Williams, William ii. falconer. Fifth district..................Jefferson Ih'tfman, Kli 7'aplor, J. D. M. Keating. Sixth district L. H. Luttan, J. II. Kitehcil, AM //. Uorfers. Seventh district..., Samuel Ontdrell, Hiram Merritt, James L Miller. Eighth district. J. Rown, Jftllieh HattCtl, John If ayes. Ninth dialrict H. MeJJrjnald, Mann* FUmneUy, Patrick Kellly. Tenth district Thomas nines. M. Halm, P. J. Hunhurff. Eleventh district. Jam** Hodger*, Jantb The it*. M. Keif)-. Twelfth district Win. Guntser, V. Lotr, Adam Itrandt. Thirteenth district Francis Ihmmm, John Hie hard, G. A. Jeremiah. Fourteenth district M. ?i. Mctftrty, W. H. Fleming, Jom> /?}> Herht. Fifteenth district. John J. KeMoe, Kdirard Wiwi, Edward ('arey. Sixteenth district Samuel WeH, Louis E/.ner, G. P. Stutzmau. Seventeenth district.. Peter Palm, Jacoh ('ook% Geo. A. licinrich. Eighteenth district Bernard 3H10t, E. Pioettner, A. Lippinann. KIGHTlil-.NTII WAHD. First district Theo. O. Ehntqh. Wm. S. Opdyke, I William McMurray. Seoond district John A. Foster, Fraud* Kinney, John Kerney. Third district J amen Ingram, Martin K. Winchell, Thomas Manson. Fourth district KlialF. Hall, Hiram Williams, Henry Mathews. Fifth district Kmil Kirehner, Wm. D. Ch<w, Edward Warrener. Sixth district J. Seymour Mathews, William C. O'Brien, . # William M. Hendrick. Seventh district Wm. K. Jones, Wm. S. Mo theirs, ? Ananias Mathews. Eighth (Its trict. S*yrrtmir A. Hu nit, Patrick Fallon, N ichulas Moore. HiDth dl.tr1' t Jama, T. Hamilton. John H. Itarriqan% Harris Mire., Jr. Tenth dt.irM iMutr v. TruM, Michael Mnnaghat), <ieurge McGrath. Blevent'o district , Wm. H. Halt, Hrnry B'mu, l'eter Muuha. Twelfth di? let Thwna* Stiitrh, Anthony McUauIej, William Ruird. Thirteen I dlilrlct. V. IT. Jenningt, Frftl.rirk //u./.tTwver, John Van Pelt. Fourteenth district Millinqton, John t'-lark, William Kiernao. HTHEItKKTH WARD. First district John M> ''orty, John 0.'ttimt\ J. Butler. Second district /o/m Pyt John K> uD' dy, John H Meyer*. Third district WilUmn It. Sttart, John />. Mi Iknmett, Satniifl Hn<l?-, Fourth district Churl,s A Timm, Johti I) 8nader, Geo re K Dollmger. Fifth district. ..Alton I'l-ojyrr, Vaurtmi Hnrnry, i Jonathan Youilale. Sixth district.... Aruirtw f. Oetfrcc Orooker, Uturgc W. Fuller. poirriCAL. Seventh district.,*. OM) /, AVtW, Jaime P. Walker, t.u ..< Jsmea Gllmore. Eighth district William IkHiham, Jr., Henry Van Holland, William MrSpedon. _ .... *w?jrrmni waiio. Firit district KoJervk F. (low, Owen Madden, . John Wedlock. Second district Squrirn I.. .v.wintry, James Turner, _ .. ... Jamea Somet*. Third district Th??,at t^ilvit, Patrick Toole, _ ... William ItarUman. Fourth district lt,U.;t L. Lett, K. Uarrimn Heed, emu ji . Enos McMiillln. Fifth district William V. Fnulhaber, John Hardy, .. .... John Shaw. Slith district Cummimu II. Tucker, Juhn Mitchell, ' _ .. Francis Martin. Serenth district Jame, Williama Patrick Fltrpatrick, _ . . Aiel Freeman. Eighth district.... ),?vh H. Pollock, Jiandaljih Smith, John huuheit. Ninth district William II Armrtrong, Joseph Breuau, Roger Tremble. Tenth district Jamre Mr A fee, Andrew Clark, Patrick MrCaiin. Eleventh district John V. tlridl-y, George Butcher, _ Michael J. (Ireen. Twolfth district l?hn MrKechMl, Frann'i M. I \irry, . . Patrick Devlin. Thirteenth district. Muhert Taylor, William tionboy, _ . John Kennet. Fourteenth district. John lirady, Sr., Jamee Q. Me Adam, Edwin Dobbs. *WKNTT-riRkT w A Kit. First district Chailee Irving, At/ hulat Brewer, Michael Kenne*. Second district Robert K. Pint At, Mtrhael Gcohagan, Peter Kcai nan. Third district.... % Jaral, Fhrxt, Charlie Hrieman, _ . Jeremiah Malumey. Fourth district Solmwm M,Oniyhlin, James Mahoncy, Michael t Jotter. Fifth district J M.<<h Henry, Churlet Hutu/ruer, Hugh Quinn. Sixth district Trmhretl Seaman, Joseph MeDi-riuott, Patrick Smith. Serenth district llieh/rman, VLron, _ . Jobu M. Trucy. Eighth district I"l,n Wehher, Aihtirt K Smith, George Brandon. Ninth district Will,am W Xilet, Ami J). L<Uhunt% Thomas Btr&dourn. Tenth district William P. Ka^trrhrook, Daniel W. Clark, Thett. Froment. Eleventh district Andrew J. h,ady Edward K. t'ltlwell, Hugh McCabc. Twelfth district J. Soli* UittertanJ, George Jordan, Men/o DMcndorf. Thirteenth district William S. l.remey, Jamrn Vnderhill, Joseph W. Mceks. Fourteenth district G?iri/t Mr Trwu, J. Townsend Connolly, Denis C. Mititon. TWKNTT SKCONP WAKIt. First district Hubert Pattrrum, Heubea S. .lulaiton, John M llelt'k. Second district Sanuul Smtt, Thomas lliggins, Philip F. ilaiiavan. Third district William ./. O'Brien, John Stewart, Terence Keilley. Fourth district Thomas Nolan, Hii^-li Murray, Benjamin Fiith. Fifth district, II rn ry tiourdier, A*n/nstuH Ely, John Donovan. Sixth district tfmry, ?? !>,, mutt, Thomas Egun, Daniel Fallon. Seventh district Churlc* Willmatt, Emanuel Kolh, Dennis F. Kmtl. Eighth district Francis Wlwaton, William V. Let/gelt, Patrlc Anthony. Ninth district C. Burn*, Na/jth T. Hamilton, _ Frederick Meyers. Tenth district AuiioMuhS. HW, llni.ii Dowtiey, .... William llalden. Eleventh district St, ohm N. Smumton, Adam Itniliger, JAuies Masterson. Twelfth district Pstrick Qulr* Julward Ont*>ii, James A. McCormick. Thirteenth district J. h. Miner, Juliu Miller, Samuel It. Scott. Fourteenth district Luke Mullen, Ctullepf>, Jr., William Dealejr, Jr. AT A MEETING of FORTY-THKEE (COMPRISING the majority of the S|teeiai Comnilttees or Conferenoe of the dlOerent legal, mercantile, niechanleal and laboring) organizations, opposed to the rinij and aitoiition Inlluencrs, and to the ir.idini! oil' of candidal! h, it was resolved that the following gentlemen (whose ability and Integrity ?ic ap proved) be Sil|>pi>rt?d to fill the oflleeK designated For Jnsliep of Hupreii.R Court. THOMAS W. I l,KKKE. For Just ices of the Superior Court. LEWIS H. WOOUKUFF, JOHN M. HAKUUUK. Judge <tf t'nmtnnti I'leas. JOHN It. BRADY. Justice of Marine Court. ABUV1IAM I). ltimSEL. For Sherlfl' FREDERICK L. VC'I.TE. For Comity clerk. LEMI EI, JtANdS. For District Attorney. A. OAKEY IIALL. For Snnervisor. JACOB YANDKItl'OEL. For Coroners. Dr. II. N. WILHELM, Dr. Kt'DoLPU DUL1N, Dr. JOIIN KitlEDMAN, GEORGE W. MAISKLL. _____________ J. BISHOP, Chairman. A MEETING OF THE SEVENTEENTH WARD DEMO cratlc Lnlon eiub wll! be held nt James McLougbUn's, union Hall, 155 First avenue, oil Tuesday evtmlng, October 16, at 1% o'clock. INDEPENDENT DEMOCRATIC' GENERAL COMMIT X tee. A mooting of thr abovo apso' lation will tako piac on Wod nesti.iy evening, Oct. lit, at Military Hall, 1!0 Bowery, for the purpose of nominating candidates for the ensuing election. Members are requested to attend. G. II. HEURMAN, Chairman. Mveh Mastkn, ) ... H. B. Davis, ) Secretai ies. M IODIC AIj. Afflicted restored?ignorance exposed? Fallacies unmasked.?Dr. LaRMONT'S Paris, Loudon aud New York Medical Adviser and Marriage Guide In forms the debilitated and diseased, including those who are ignorant "I the cause of their ill health, and who have been disappointed in their physician*, of the most certain and convenient mode of enre. Mnlied for $1 by RICHARDSON, No. I Veitey i.treet; DEXTliK .It CO., 113 Nasn .ii aired; and DEW1TT, *13 Frankfort street; or the author, W Broad way, lip Stairs. Affections CAUSED by KBRCURY AND CERTAIN disease'; moat successfully enred by Or, WAKU, No. 12 Lulght street. The doctor in constant attendance. DR R. COBBETT, MEMBER OF THE NEW YORK University (Medleal College) and College of Surgeons, London, ran be consult' il with the most honorable confidence on private diseases, at his office, 211 Centre street, near Cham ber*. N. B.?See Dr. i? diplomas. In his oDlcc. Private entrance at No. 6 City Hall place DR. WARD IS TREATING ALE DISEASES OF KE males with unparalleled sticcess. Something for every lady, his Ureal Benefactor. Ollice 12 Laight street, near Canal. Dr. ralph, offices 139 crosby street, cor ner of llonslnn. Honrs, 11 to 2 uiul 0 till 9 P. M. DR. COOPER, NO. 14 DI ANE STREET, MAY BE OON sulted on all diseases of a certain nature. Twenty-eight years exclusively devoted to these complaints enable him to warrant a cure in *11 canes. The victim* of misplaced cotifl. deneeln medical jwetender*can call, with a certainty of be ing radically cured or no pay. DR. HUNTER HAS FOR THIRTY YEARS CONFINED hi* attention to dirtflkc* of a certain class, in which he ha* treated no less than On,DUOcases, without an instance of failure. His gre<n remedy, Dr. Hunter'* Red Drop, mire* certain disease* when regular treatment and all other reme dies tail; enre* without dieting or restriction In the habits of

the patient; cures without the dlsgUHtiug and sickening ef fects of all other remedies; cures in new case* in less than six hour*. It roots out the poisonous taint the blood 1* *ure loalworb unls** the remedy Is used. It is$l a vial, and can not be obtained genuine anywhere than at the old office, No. 3 Division street. Book for nothing that treats of the elfects of early abuse. Hammond on nervous, special disea <i:s, mar rlage, 4c.. $1. RlCHARDSON, No. 1 V> 'V PROFESSOR RESTELL, 162 CHAMBERS STREET, CAN be consulted, a* usual, or by leiier to box 2,3-VJ. Boston office. No. 8 Harrison avenue. "IITONDERFUL SUCCESS OF I)R. WARD, 12 LAIGHT TT street. Certain disease* arc cured by him in half the usual time and at half the charges. ?SPKCIAIj notices. CROTON aqueduct DEPARTMENT, OCTOBER 9, 1881.?Public notice i* hereby given that a further pe nally of ten per cent will lie added to all unpail Water Rents, on the 1st day of November next. R. C. DANCE, Register Howard association. Philadelphia, for the relief of the sick and distressed, afflicted with viru lent anil chronic disease*. Medical advice given grails by the acting surgeon. Valuable reports on certain diseases, nnd on the new remedies employed in the dtspensarv, sent in sealed letter envelopes, free of charge. Address Dr. J Skill!ii Houghton, Howard Association, No. 2 South Ninth street. Philadelphia. Pennsylvania. Notice to the crew of the united states ship Brooklyn.?All the men who were lately atiacned III the I oiled St lie* ship Brooklyn, and desire to form them selves into a company to he alt e hed to a New York regl iti"nl. arc notitled that arrangements have Been made with Col. L. W . Tlnelll, of the MeOlellan Rllles. to assemble the company at the render.von* of the above regiment, 4u Wii lie street^New York, on Friday morning, <1 o her l>4, between III and 12 o'clock, to hear the propositions that will be offered to (iisui by the Colonel. JAMhz HlLLf, aud vihws. SALES OF REAL ESTATE. A COUNTRY KKSIDKNCK AT A SACRIFICE.?FOUR miles from Il>v on the nlank ro*d. Four acrei; go??d butidillM, choice fruit?, well watered, Ac. HtHjjes and railroad to the door. Good flslnug, Ac., Ac. Price, $3,500; taring ea?y. W. H. Me lick, 407 Broadway. BOfin FBOPEHTY FOR HALE- WERT SI!?K; BEST business location In thegtreet: lot 25x100 feet; hoii** very eutotftntlal; title perfect; will (>e told low; termseasy. Inquire of W. JOHNSTON, 214 Bowery. Brooklyn-kikst class iiksidknck for sale, elegantly iiuished, with grounds extending from Oxford to Portland, 4.1*200, commencing 360 feet south of Fulton avenue. Location unsurpassed. Apply on the premiaen, or to W. B. NIt.hols lownri41 lMne street, N Y. Brooklyn.-cLiNioN w km k property for sale.?SU Lots, with unit clan* lloose, 40\4i), with pi azza, furnace, range, gas, bath and elosota. Stable in rear. OftrtMQ k*0 peaches, peais, cherries s&d two kinds "t gntpea, which arc not to be surpassed in sue ami quality. Apply on the premises, third house Houthweat of Myrtle avenue, or at SI 81>riice street, New York. / lOl'NT KY SEAT-WANTED, To PUKt'llASK, A \>/ Country Sent, not leas than two acres, within one hour's ride of New York; fruit and shade trees indispensable, for whidh cash or unincumbered productive real estate will be given. Address 11., Madison square Post office, with lull (particulars. I1ARM WANI'Eli- A STorK OK HARDWARE, AC. (OK about $9,000), will be exchanged tor a good farm of about 100 acres, worth imm to $9,000; or it will be Mold low for cash. It is an old established place, lit a business thorough iare down town, and is a tine opportunity for a person wish ing to enter into business. Address Hardware, box 1DI He rald office. TjURM WANTED TO HTM, WITH PRIVILIOS OF X/ purchasing, from 15 to AO acres, with house and good outbuildings, within forty milts of New York, near railroad depot or steamboat landing. Addles*, with particulars, Hamilton, Brooklyn I'ost otllce. 1,1 ARM To LEASE-lTKSSILS, AC. FOR HALE -l?S 1 acres, with two dwellings, orchard, Ac.; 7ft miles from New York. Rent low. Ureal inducement to commence farming. C. II OL1YKK, M Liberty street IjlORHALE-ORTo LEA MS FOB A TERM OF YE A RS, 1? in the Eighth ward of Brooklyn, three handsome building Lots, fenced in, with a'good* stable, hay lot i ami carriage house, and about fifteen choice fruit trees, small fruit and shruabery. The whole will be sold for $2,100; half I'D bond, balance in carpenter or mason work; if leaned, $IW) per annum. All Improvements made will be nald for at the end ot lease. Loc uion good; a minutes' walk from cars to diff erent ferries; the property is cheap now at $2,600. Ad dress, with real name, Eighth Ward, Herald olllce. FpORBALX -CHEAP MR CASll. UK WOULD TRADE for vacant lots, or lot with small house, in any part of this < ityor Harlem, a lirst class corner Liquor Store, handsomely fitted up. well stocked, and doing a No. 1 business; situated in the Eighth ward in thi* city, having six years' lease nt a rent of $280. This is decidedly a good chance for any person wishing to enter tiie business. Will be hold on reasonable terms. Satisfactory reasons given for selling out. For fur ther particulars um>Jy to THoMAS BRENNAN, 1.12 Nassau street, N. Y. IjlOU SALE?A CORNER HOUSE AND LOT IN BKOOK 1 lyn, in the neighborhood of Washington avenue, two minutes' walk from the tars. House is 2Ux40, lot 24xl(J0; contains all the modern Improvements, with gas fixtures, Ac. Also the Furniture contained in the above house. Terms la voi able. Address 11. T. S., Brooklyn post otllce. IP OR HALE?THE FOl'R STORY lllOIl STOOP BRICK ' House, No. yWe.st T A'enty-eijJith street, with all the modern improvements, being 20 iect inches front, fit) feet deep, lot IN) feet 9 inch"*. Also, the four Htory brown Htoue Store No. 4^ l>cy ?tre??t, 20 Jeet front and 7S fuel deep, cover ing the lot, with the exception of the side lights. Also, a Country Seat at Oniniug, a mile and a bait' f rom Sing Sing depot, 27 acres of land?all tillable, with orchards of assorted fruits. House new, with about 16 rooms, eontaiulng every convenience; fine garden, barn, carriage house, The above property, if not previously sold at private sale, will be sold at public auction on the30th dnv of October next, at 12 o'clot k M. at the Merchant*' Kxi i...nge, by JOHN LLOYD a. SONS, 16 Nassau street, New York. TTIOR SALE?A HOOD HOUSE AND ACRES OF F land, a good well of water, apple orchard, pear, peach and plum trees, grapevine* and shrubbery in abundance, in a'pleasani location in the village of ILunimtcad, L. I. In tiuirc of JAMES II. Pl'LLlS, 150 South sixth street, Wil liamsburg. TjIOR SALE AT WAR PRICES ($1,A00 DOWN)?A PE J? sirable stone front, high stoop House, No. 128 East Forty-eighth street. Oood neighborhood, large rooms, all improvements. The style and finish is good, and is similar to the best houses on Filth avenue. Bill up. Apply as above. TjIOR SALE AT A BAKC.JUN?A NICE THREE RTORY JT Dwelling, in the Eighteenth ward, containing modern iui provemeuts; retired and pleasantly situated: immediate pos session given; the only reason for selling, tue owner leaving the country. Apply to DYE A CURTISS, 506 Sixth avenue. FOR 8ALE < HEAP TERMS EASY, ABQUT twelve acres of good Farming Laud, situated forty-eight inline* from Brooklyn, on the sta-e road between Lakeland and Stoncy Brook, Long Island; house on premises, good title, Ac. For terms address If nam Howell, St. James Post office, L. I., or S. R. Senior, 321 Pearl street, third floor. TjlOR sale or exchange?a farm of m acres, r near Freehold, Monmouth county, N.J. Will exchange for real estate or personal property. Inquire of JOHN ft. WELSH, 971 On enw i h street. VTA88AU STREET PROPERTY FOR SALE OR BX Xi change for up town lots or dwellings; house and lot n??w lets for $2,000 per year; prlee $25,000. Inquire of JAMES ACKERMAN, 101 r? assail street. Real estate.?'two obvtral park lots, be twi en Fourth and Fifth avenues, not above Kt.htieth street, wanted, cheap for cash. Address, stating lowest price and full particulars, E. S., box 3,0UA Post oflice. RBAI B8TTATB - W UffeD TO BUY OHBAP FOB cash, a brown stone front House, with all tin* modern improvements. L ?< tilon in the vicinity of Forty-eighth street, bet ween Fifth aud Sixth avenues. Address, stating lowest price and full particulars, E. S., box 3,005 Post olllcc >ry liotifM! and Lot in the Third ward, city of Brooklyn. Any person wishing to sell will .-end particulars to Real tes tate, Herald otllce. Wooulofc YiRovMNfi AS iM ACReIS Eaton's Neck, Huiiiinuton, Long Island, viz;?Oak. Chcnnut, Hickory, Locust, Red C -dar, Maple and Bcacti all large timber, suitable for cord wood, fence rails, heavy |w?sts, railroad ties, Ac. Apply to KLKANAii SO PER, Norti?|>ort, or to JOHN (/ASS1 in, on I he farm. mA. i:F> V'1' ?'""!? ^ARMINO ?aM>, IhCkHNEW York, {Ti tor 4 Grwory or anv >,">.? 1 bu?I iii'hk; tltln frfc anil clear: wHlnliow ill- lanil. Alno 415 acre* tn Hi ll low for <;ihIi. Apply at 12 (Ji'i'tre Hirei-t. ZliliLIO A IIAKTIS(iS. niAiouit. Atlantic savings bank, Chatham sqpabs. OPEN DAILY. DepoxlU from 351 enl" to ri-i 1 ivid. Slv |"T<i'nt liiU'rcit :\llowi*<1. Ui'iMsits niadi'before Uctoln-i 2() dra? In 1 re?t bk fioin l?t. M. U. VAN I'ELT, l'rmidBUt. Jos? rH I'. Oooran, S'TriOnrv. flEUTIKllil) CLAIMS ON THE WAR AM) NAVY DE \ J |MirtiM ii(?ca?lMv| by JOHN B. MI KKAY, 3!? Nuuiiu ?irefil, oppokite tho I'om ofl't<*e. ( lERTirrED CLAIMS U. AINST TIIE f'NITED STATES Krtvci'nmt'Utfyihli^'l l*y ULANC1IAKD A CO.,25 William Kirfft, uj the bawmi'iit. OR SALE AT A SU'lUFICE?$25'100 FIRST BONDS r atwl Mort^,t^<-.i on 1h:i<I I11 Wi-Ktern Viivinia, uiexrhaiu foi 11 I lario, 1 linnm- in Hh Klvn, or m' r'i>.indim , \Ve?t t'ri 1 land, ?lt-. Ad'lr'-.ti X. V., Herald oilier. LT.MON DIME SAVINGS BANK, I NO. 42.1 CANAL STREET, CORNER OF VAKICK. Open tlaily from 10 to 2, ami from !i to 7 P. M. Six Per Cent interest allow <1 011 all lumx of $500 and undiT, and Five PerCtiiU on larjteranioiinm. I)kposits kadk hrroRt OcTor.Ki! 20 w if: iikak ixtkiu st run* tiik 1st i.x.ir. THIS HANK HAS RECEIVED ON DEPOSIT Dl Itl.Nt; THE PAST .MONTHS $a01,22S 33. E. V. HAUOIIWOUT, President. fJirtnxicK S. Ciui'iv, Hwtciary. UNITED STATES TREASURY NOTES, 7 3-10 PER i ENT.I Ready for delivery for I*A It FUNDS, At either "I our offices. TAYLOR BROTHERS, 247 Broadway, corner of Murray street, 76 Wall, corner of Pearl street. UNITED STATES fiOVE11NMENT AGENCY, for Tlirj SAI/E OK 7 2 HI TREASURY NOTES, OFFICE OK READ, DREXEL A CO., 40 WALL STREET. Treasury Note* of tlie various denominations, bearing Interest at the rate of two cents per day on every one hun dred dollar*, mih.v he had upon application at the above agency. Certified cheeks, current bank note* and six per cent Two Year Treasury notes taken In payment. WM. i). kkaii, wwDtnent Agent. tg>o nnn Tu ?s.ooo wanted?by a company, FOR 7 one or twoyears. Ten per cent Interest will be paid, and additional security t'nr the full amount in sew ing machines will be given. Address Sewing Maclilne Com pany, Herald office. Qii l)A(| ?WANTED, $2,20", FOR ONE WEEK, IN putting forward an enterprise thai will yield a certain protit of nearly one hundred per cent h month. No agentt. need apply Address Enterprise, care ot Dr. Pear son, 8.VJ Broadway. tl) iAA WANTED?FOR ONE YEAR, TO BUILD W?TUVI a Saw Mil} and improve a Farm In Indiana; security on the farm, wbii h lit ample, and a bonus of $luo will be given. An Interview will make all plain. Address Improvement, box J,849 Post office. <J?Q rci'iri WANTED-FROM A UNION CITIZEN. BY * one now In the U hi ted Stales service, on house and lot valued at $12,000; mortgage now on it. Address Officer, boi 136 Herald office. AT LOAN OKKICKS. T NO. 48 CEDAR STREET -OLD ESTABLISHED OF . flea.?Money advanced on diamond*, tvu' lies and jew elry, oi liooL'ht lor awh. Strictly private and confidential, Old gold and silver bought L. JACOBS, Auctioneer, branch office, 407 Broadway. Advances made on diamonds, watches, jew elry, and other merchandise, or bought for cash at full value, by.I. >2. Cl illEN, No. .105 Broadway, corner of Duane street. Parties visited at their residences if desired. All lmslU'sn strictly i onlidentloL No lu.in oilice sl;n? about the premises. AT Ci NASSAU STREET ?A. IIONK1MAN, DIAMOND Broker, makes ml adt ances ou Diamonds. Wat? lies. Jewelry, Ac., or buys them at full valnc. at his private olllce, 06 Nassau street, room No. a, up aiairs. Business con liden ttal. I T NO. 9 chambers STREET?MONEY TO LOAN TO A any amount on Diamond)*, Watches. Jewelry, Ac,, by the well known and old established ISAAC. Broker and Com mission Merchant, No. 9 Chambers street. N. B.?No busi ness transacted on Saturday. AT 77 BLEECKER STREET-MONEY LI liliil \ LLY advanced to nny amount on diamonds, watches, jewel ry, pianos, segara, dry goo.is, Ac. N. B.?Pawnor->k?rs' ticket* bought. 11. NEWTON, 77 Bleecker streei, up stairs. Money to lend at moderate RATES?ON Watches. Jewelry. Silver, Dry Co.*]* ami Personal Property oi ?U descriptions. t?oo<is may be redeemed *t any time within one y< ar. Private office entrance hall door. H. BARNARD, 21 Third avenue. C:<? >|i H(Wl to advance, by iienky HYMAN.480 Broadway, room No. 3. on Watihes, Dla nioiids and merchandise oi every dcscriptiou, rrom $10and upwatds Merchant* in want ol money will vluwcliwcall. Business tUivUt ajaUdeUiUL FOR. RALE. A SUPERIOR CORNER FOR SALE CHEAP-SOUTH euHt ooruer of Hlxtjr-llflU .tiv.it nml Kwoiid aveiiuu; Htorn, with m tn k 11 llouiut lit the ruar. Apply on lUe prumtwui, or of JOHN O. llltilUMS, ti?t Sixth avumte. AN OLD ESTABLISHED GROCERY FOR SALE OR to I?t, with th<> criyih'KB ul' tho tliturnit, or tho two y<i?r?'1??*0 <?f tho whole houM; would innko a good .Utlnl for a butcher or mtlfcmnn. For pmUrul.rfc apply ou tho pre mUt'H, Mti VVoat Tweutynluth Ktreut. A Dims TOWN HOTEL FOR SALE, ON VERV FA vorahhi li't niK.?This 1* it Kr.'at cbiiitrn lor maklni: money for the right person Torina made very raBy. Aililreni H., llenil.l offlw, with narnn and place of tiil?rvi?w. VALUABLE, GENTEEL AND I'KOFITAHLE MANIJ fai tiiriiiK biuiiii'kH for miIb; hut luUerapktal r?<tutr?d to A carry Jt on, and but little cash roouired in the purchase; extra good chance for a person winning to go into buslneas. Address M., Herald office, with name and personal Interview. A restaurant and dining saloon poh hale? in one of tlio bent business locations down town; will be sold ai a (great bargain. Apply at A. BEDELL'S, boat 19, l foot Of Spring Mtreot. | A screw PBias fqb lb-onb of wobball A Cu.'h mnke; cost $250; will be Hold for less than half price. Also, one of MoU's l'atent Kettles, or about one hun dred gallons capacity. Both articles amiable for a pork packer. Apply at 76>? Sullivan street. (COUNTRY STORK BUSINESS FOR BALE.?SPLENDID J chance for a cash buyer, with a capital of $&,OU). Tho 8 toe It, Fixtures and flood Will of one of the oldest and most ! popular HtamlH for General Store Business on Long Island; j within an hour'* ride of this city. Satisfactory reasons given for selling. Addreiui Country Store, Herald office. j poBNBK LIQUOR STORE KOR SALE?GOOD STAND. VJ Will be sold on reasonable terms, as the owner has other business to attend to. Apply to tho owner, at 200 avenue It,' oornai "i Twelfth strati, JJIOB sale.?A BABB chance VOB v DRINKING r and lodging house; 80/ooms; now doing a Has bu iuesa. House rents out near the amount of the whole rent, and 1h situated opposite Washington market. For particulars ap ply at 1.S7 Went street, corner of Itcade. IIOKSALK-TJIJ; LB ABB, STOCK AND ftSTtJBM OF 1 a Liquor Store, !W West street; or the leaso and fixtures, without stock; no better stand in tin- city. The owuer has another place to attend to. Will be sold cheap. EloR SALK- A FIRST CLASS BOARDING IfOl'SK situated in the beKt part of Clinton street, Brooklyn; has accommodations lor twelve boarders. The business lias la-en carried on successfully for the last four yearn, Lease r-heap. Cash buyers only need apply. The owner going to Europe being the only rcasou lor selling. Address A. V., box 3,766 New Yoi k Post oflU*. F[K>R sai.K- \ FIIIBLY mTBD UP OBOOBBY STOBB! on one of the leading avenues in Brooklyn; well located In a thriving nemhborhood, and stm^k, small. Good reasons given for selling. Apply at 548 Myrtle avenue, corner of lty erson street, Brooklyn. ! ?LlOU SALE-A COUNTER TAIU.K, WITH SIX DRAW : r ers, suitable for a tailor or inlidner. Call at 73 West I Forty-tilth street, corner of Sixth avenue. I IjlOR SALE?A FIRST CLASS FAMILY OROCERY | | P well located; price $1,80(1. Terms cany. Several other chances to enter business are now open to those seeking in vestments Gen ral Agency, 63 Nai iu street, IjlOR SALE?TO DENTISTS?A ROSEWOOD CHAIR, I J Operating Table, Lathe, Surgical Instruments, Bench 1 Tools and everything complete tor a new beginner; will be sold at half price. Apply at No. 7 Soul it Ninth street, Wil llamsburgh, or address Dentist, box 151 Herald office, all ibis week* 1JIOB IftliB IHUffim 1 LBOITlllAtB CASH MANU J* facturuig business, long and well established, pay iuu a handsome |**r ccntage and doing a business ol per annum. The msterial usmI ih metal, Jhe process a s - eret. A party who thoroughly under stands the business stamis ready to take one-fourth Interest, if needed. This is worth examining, as it oiler* a good opportunity to obtain ?? buHiiHtris that is subst.iuti.il ami will pay well. General Agen cy f>3 Nassau street. flOK SALE?A BI TrilEU'S SHOP, JIOKSK, WAGON and Fixtures, all ci inplete, wt II established, having h gi?od French and Genuan tra?le; nothing surer in the city to embark In. Inquire of D. lU'KKE, auctioneer, ofllce. 135 Bovn ? Tj*OK SALE?IN WILLIAMSBURG, A FIRST RATE 1" corner Store, three stories, built ol brick, just finished; a 111 make a m? >d stand f"r a grocery and ll-|iv?r atoro; t?*rms ?asy. Inquire ol JAMES H. PULLIS, 16^South Sixth street. TjlOK SALK-A HANDSOMELY FITTED LIQUOR y store, with a lino Bagatelle Table that is worth hall the money; rent l aid up to the 1st of the month; g?*?d leiuie; inst W sold tula week. Inquire, until sold, at Sec .ml ifmm. I F IGR SALE.-A PHYSICIAN ABOUT LEAVING FOR ? the war Is deMious of solliiu; his Pi ictlee, together with (iorse. Wa^on and Harness. For particulars address A. Z., Isrooklyti Post office. FOB 8ALB?A BBBTAI BANT AND BAB BOOK, WITH sleeping rooms attached, now doing a splendid business, lie house is dirortl# opposite a city railroad. Tho rent is wry low as there Is a lease on the premises. For further par leulars inquire ofQBO. dlfYBB, "?7 Liberty street. F OR SALE?THE STOCK AM) FIXTURES OF A X' Hosiery, Glove and Fancy Goods Store, well located on t he Bow cry and capable of doing a largo business. Satisfac tory reason given for selling. Address lor one week K. Z M., Herald office. ? aIOR SALE OR EXCHANGE?THE STOCK OF A x gentlemen's furnishing store, ami i.xiures, in one ol the best locations in Brooklyn, having been established years. The present proprietor having moved into the coun try is the cause ol selling out. A good opportunity tor a yonnn man to commence buplr.css. Will be exclinnged for real estate in part. Address 11., Post office, Brooklyn. / GROCERY FOR SALE?ON A PRINCIPALTlIOROUlill IT fare; ttrnl < lass neighborhood and eustom; nicely fitted up; choice stock, lavorablo lease, and doing a large cash buKluess. SOt''TH WICK. A WOOD, Nassau street. mHB HOTBL NND RBgTAUBANT, no. r,7 OOBT I landt street, for sale. Parties wlslilnt; to engage in the business will find this a chance seldom dtlered. V< r istrU: cuiars apply to J. M. BJtoWN, No. 72 Ccrllandt ftti tTfl. * ? - - -T pol'l.TRY YARD KOR SALE ?RARE CHANCE FOR X. iin investment that is not alfe< t? d by tho tunes. The ex telisfVA Pvyln^ Yard, located a short diijtum'e from Balti more city, nea. Tl U Ui^litfst liup-ov. 1 hWtfh borhood, Is ofTered lor wile at tnC low ")Vr!(~? $A,5()0. The esUblishin^nt roritahtfr 10)? acres of lam/, wfeii h tine pcaf^h orchard <?l about 1,000 trees, three yaars old, good frame two Storv dwelling, large ponlty liousi, in niniodating 8,000 fow ls, stabling, farming implements, wagons, furniture, Ac., with a line crop of com in the ground; has a fine stream of water, well suited for raising ducks. The whole is enclosed by a substantial board fence, eleven feet high. Owner's rea sons for selling, wishes to ? < to*Snutli America. Full parti culars jdven by addressing G. M. S., box 230 Post office, Balti. my re, Md. PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY FOR SALE AT HALF COST. _L ?Doing a good business; Is finely located on the corner to Broadway and Amltv street, \^t?h great advantages i?.?? displaying specimens. Cameras for sale low. C. .J. FOX. N<?. Oaj Broadway. \fEAT MARKET FOR SALE CHEAP?IN A GOOD IfJL location and doing a fair business. Apply ou the pre. inl.seh, 690 Sixth avenue. Ul INTBD-A NEATLY FI BNI8HBD HOTBL; MUST be well bsMted an I doln^a fair business. Any om* I bavlnir such to dispose of wnl be treated with confidentially. I having such to dispo-c i ' Generai Ag' iic.v,6J Nas QOZ WILL III Y THE LEASE, STOCK AND FIX *Ipj?'J turcs of a segar store, corner <d* Twelnii -tr*et nml hi lirli avenue. G*?od reasons fur selling. Apply from y to 12 A. M., to A. J. GKDNEY, 17 Stuyvesaut street, near Cooper I tistitute. fl|OCA WILL PURCHASE THE LEASE AND FIX f|of mi cxcej!'./?t and well died Bar? room, on the best avenue in tie c ity; doin^ ;;<? I 'aisine-s; rent vcrv low ; this is a ranechanot*. Apply to T. G\FFNE* A CO., 170 Chatham street. ASTROLOGY. * BONA fide A8TROLOUIST.? MADAME WILSO.N XV toll s the objector your visit; givi * ina^lc charm* ami good lui'k for llfiHr >f charge; tells lill 111- events of life, present ami future, Consultations on business. marriages and courtships, travelling, Ac. This Is the most wonderlul a4rologlst of the age. Olv her a call; you will not regret It. No. IHll Allen streei, neur Stanton, over the bakery. IMease pull the hell mid walk right up stairs, und h< ware "?i imposi tion Charge, for ladles and gentlemen, 50 cents. Astonishing.?madame morrow, seventh daughter? ha* a gift of foresight; tell;- how noon and often you will marry, and all you wish to know, even your very thoughts, or no pay; lucky charms Ire- her equal is not to be found; her magic Image1 in now j mil operation, 1*4 1,udlow street, helow Houston. Price 2.*i cents. Gantic tnen not admitted. (ilairvo vance.?mrs. sbymour's medical J roofnsai i removed to No. 101 West Kirieenth street, corner of .Sixth avenue, entrant; on Fifteenth street. Con sultations on sickness, business, absent friends, Ac., and satisfaction guaranteed or no pay. / 10KA A. SEA.MAJI, INDEPENDENT I LAIKVoVANT.? "y Medical and Business Consultations dav and evening. The science she unfolds is ho satisfactory to all, it is unneces sary to glve illustrations of the astounding results, but con tinues at 239 Division street. Madame ravt so. aso seventh avenue, near Twenty.seventh street, anrpriaeaall w.,o visit liar. The flick, troubld and unlucky should test her powers. She t' lis your very thoughts, lucky numbers, losses. Ladies 25cents, gentlemen 50 cents. Mil I'OLOHKSTER?THE CREAT TEST MEDICAL and Business Medium can be consulted on ail atTalni ot lite at his l ooms, ,'171 Fourth street, n ar Ijafayette place. N- B -WHO II \S NOT HEARD OK THE CELEBRATED ? Mine. PREWSTKR, who lisn lieen (insulted by thou sands in this and otbftr cities wlih entire satisfaction? She fe?'ls confident she has no equal. She t?lls the name of fu ture wife or husband, and that of hee Visiter. If you wish truth give her a < all. at 2M Third avenue, above Twenty-first street. Ladles, 50 emita; gentlemen, (1 THE GREATEST WONDER IN THE WORLD 18 THE young and accomplished Madame BYRo.V, from Pari*, who can bo consulted with the strictest confidence on all affairs of life, einbraelDg luve, eourtahlp, business and sick ness: restores drunken and unfaithful husbands; has a se cret to make you beloved by your heart's Ideal, and brings together f hole long separau-d. Ladles 25 cents, gentlemen 5<l cents. Rc si dance No. 90 Third avenue, above Twelfth str.st "I ?2 BOWERY, NEAR BROOME STREET.?MADAME WIDliKK. Clairvoyant and gllted Spanish lady; un veil* the mysteries of futurity, love, marriage, absent friends, sickness; prescribes medicines for all diseases; tells lucky numbers, property lost or stolen, Ac. MATBJMOWIAli, A YOUNG GENTLEMAN OK MEANS, DESIRES TO make the acquaintanre of some young Indy of relinement ami considerable personal attractions, wtth a view to the be nefit of both parties. Address Y. 35., Herald oJllec. A T ALL, HANDSOME YOUNG UENTLKM AN DESIRES J\ the warm hearted, confiding and lasting acqnain'aiicc of a ehai ming,(bright eyed beauty of fascinating personnel, not over the age of twenty. Addrasa, in confidence, W. T. M., I'ost ollie, jjl'W York. MATRIMONIAL.?A YOUNG LADY, IT YEARS OF age, desires to correspond with a gentleman of fortune Slid respectability, with a view to matrimony. He must not lie above 35 years of age. A clergyman preferred. Ad dres, Miss Lucy Stone, earn of Wm. Hernial, 20 Pino street, room No 5. MATRIMONY made EASY; OR. HOW TO WrN A LOVER; Wuh Inn'.rncllons for courting, in order to win the affection, nl' the opposite sex. Tlil.s is the most wonderful book ever published, containing 163 pages, with Illustrations henl to nil parts ol the country, post paid, on receipt of 25 cents. C. C. HAMMOND A <0, 130 Nassau street. N B ? Print*. Card*, Books, Stereoscopic View*, Ac.., Ac. Catalogue* wu| qa t iitalpt of Uu?? a?at sunup. A MUSICAL. A SUPERIOR 7-OCTAVE ROSEWOOD PIANO, IN K&. change for Board. A gentleman, wil? and two daugh ter*, ared 7 and II years, wish to procure Hoard, with u?> furnished rooms, either In New Vork, Brooklyn, JerMy Oily or tfoboken, where they could have the comforts of home. Terms must he moderate. Address, for two days. A. M. 0.. box UO H?nUd ottot. YOUNG LADY FKOM EUROPE. AND HAVING studied under tins Hi st masters while there, would like a lew more finishing uunils lor the piauo to teach at their uwa residence, (a New York or Brooklyn Terms $5 per month. Address Music, Herald office. GODONE, ft99 BROADWAY. ROOM !?, NEAR "T. Houston street, importer and dealer in all kind* ?i' Ittllan 8t rings. Music Stands, of different patterns, from $& to $10. Musical Boxes ami Instruments repaired. IIGHTE A BRADBURY'S new SOALEOVRS0TRUM& J Has* Patent Insulated Pull Frame Grand and Square Pianofortes, 421 Broome Hireet. What everybody says must ne true;everybody says they are the best, therefore they must be the best. MUSICAL-WANTED, A GOOD SOPRANO RINGER* m a down town Catholic church. A good salary will be given to a coin pu tent singer, Also, a good Tenor wanted. Address A. Stuckler, 131 lludsou avenue, near Sands street, Brooklyn. * WANTED?A FINE HI NO Kit AND PLAYER; A young lady, I rout 26 to an she most also read aloe* well. To save trouble none need answer this advertisement unless tney poshes- the above Muallttcatlon* A foreigner, without mends and wanting a good home will have the pre ference. Address tor one week, slattug age and uualiUca~ lions, Mrs. Washburno, Herald office. INSTRUCTION. AL01I80 FLACK, A. M., PRINCIPAL OP HUDSON Hiver Institute, at Claverack, ?N. Y., receives student* November 1. for a term of twenty-one weeks. Terms?Hoard ami tuition in common English, including Military Drill un der an experienced officer, slfto a year, Superior ad vantages for young ladies in Plauo Music, Frenchauu English. Writ# for a catalogue. AT $2 50 FOK TWENTY WRITING LESSONS; BOOIT kenning, lessons unlimited, $10; Penmanship and Arith metic, $10 per quarter, seventy-eight lessons each. I'AlNK'ft time honored institutions. 02 Bowery, New York, and 28) Fulton street, Brooklyn, nave enjoyed a large country a* well as city patronagcifor twelve years past. At o'dowdw reporting booms, no. m broad w ay, Shorthand Writing and Bnokkeeniug are taught* day and even I jig. Persons wishing to acquire a knowledge of shorthand writing will have all the necessary facilities for bocwmlng verbatim reporters. A YOU NO ENGLISH LADY IS DESIROUS OF PRO. curing a comfortable home, in return for which she would be willing to devote her services to the instruction- of one or two children in English and French. Address M. L.. boi 8,811 Post oJBoe, n. y. 4 SPANISH LADY, SPEAKING FLUENTLY FRENCH iV and English, having some leisure moments, would like to instruct in the above languages. Address for oue week. Mrs. ,1. L. 0., Madison square Post office. ~1> F.ST SUSTAINED BOARDING SEMINARY IN T11R I) State. $110 per year. Brick buildings for ladies and gentlemen. Ablest teachers iu all departments. Winter term, Dec. 5. Address Rev. Joscnh E. Kim?. Fort Edward lustitutc, N. Y., on the Saratoga and Whitehall Railroad. f lOOPER UNION COMMERCIAL COLLEGH, U 18 and 19 Cooper Institute. Instruction in Bookkeeping, Penmanship, Mercantile Law, Mercantile Arithmetic, Ar. BRYANT, STJU.TTON, PACKARD A PENN, Principals rsROSBY STREET GYMNASIUM, " ) Near Bleecker street only, one minute's walk from Rroadwav, having been refitted, is uow open for the season. < 'hisses are being formed. Particular attention paid to gen tleinen desiring separate instruction. Teams?$l2 for twelve months, $8 for nix months, $5 lor throe months. EDWIN ALLAIRE Proprietor. fjlRENCfi AND GERMAN LANGlfAUKS. ? PR*iFMSSOR I1 E. TELLI5R1NG, 819 Broadway, corner of Twelfth street (estahllahed 18S2), will receive applications for prlvato iustruetion in either language, Latin and Greek, and make translations. Eusclgne I'Anglais aux etrangcrs. 1 N.nTRLCTION.-A PROFESSOR of musio and I singing can have a Room ami Board, and lessons will hft icc'lvcd, in part payment, at 130 Livingston street, opposite Gallatin place, Brooklyn. l EfcSONH IN I'RENCll-55 A YOUNG PARIS1AM I J l.oly, highly educated In the best society. Her language taught in a short time by conversation and by the best method lor ocgluners Apply at her residence, No. 320 West Fourth street, near Broadway. PROFESSOR ALEXANDER OH WOLOW8KI BBQf X to Inform his friends and the public, that having met with so much success In New York before, he has returned from his professional lourfn Canada, and will begin a mum? of instruction of the piano and singing. by his extraordinary method. All those * ho wish to avail themselves of bis rare system w ill apply at his residence. No. t>6 East Slkteohtli street, between II A. M. and 2 P. M. dally. Seminaries at . tided to. 1>KKHON8~WHO DESIRE THE SERVICES OF AN EX* I pcrienced and accomplished Tutor, Individually or In class' s, at bis residence or at theirs, alter 2 P. M., for in struction in the classics, inuthernuthlctf, French language, general literature, drawing and painting, may apply by letter u> S., care of E. Dupuv, No. 209 Fifth avenue. QELECT BOYS BOARDING SCHOOL, NEWARK, N."j. 0 To commence first Monday in November. Best care anil attention given to their instruction and morals. Board, washing aird tuition moderate. Address Teacher, box lie Herald office. rpEACJIKR.? A GERMAN ^LADY, oV 7mANY~YEARS erience in tuition, (having subce*ifully taught in Ent rance and thin country,) desires a few more private pupils, or would go as morning or occasional governess. Her course of instruction includes English in all Its branches: French and Music, which sho teaches thoroughly. Terms moderate. References exchanged. The advertiser has a sister who wishes to go as nursery governess. Address Mu sical, station A, Spring st. TOO FOREIGNERS.?GERM ANS. ITALIANS OR PBBNOB I wishing to learn the English language, will Hud u C0u* < 1 '.'.-".J";' Jjy ;.?.I'|t ''sMn;' S^ ^ ^ BXG17R9IOII* /1HEAP EXCURSION TO CAMPS ON STATEN ISLAND. \J Fare six ceilU by Staten Island ferry, foot of Whitehall street, between the Batt?'i \ and South ferry. Boats leave every hour from 6 A. M. to 7 P. M. Ou flue Sundays every hull hour to 7 P. M. v . n . \ y . ^ '?) I exiteri. land, Fran PROPOSALS* ARM! supplies. Orrict Qvirtirvaatir United Statu* Army, > Inoianacolis, Jrid., Sept. 'M), 1861. I Sealed proposals will lie received at, tMa olfiee until twelve o'clock JVL on Monday. the liStli tiny of October, J$M, for fu iiIkIiinK the following army supplies, deliverable *t the <^uar. terniaster's Depot, at Indianapolis, Indiana, In quantities as required, viz:? :;6,000 Forage Cans and Covers. 1.000 l/niiorm Lout?, Musicians, Infantry?dark blue Ker> soy. 120 Uniform Jacket8, Musicians, Cavalry?dark blue Ker* ?Wi ft >rm Jackets, Musicians, Artillery?dark blue Kersey. :u,750 Uniform Coats, Privates, Infantry?dark blue Kersey. 2..V0 Uniform JackeM, Privates, Cavalry?dark blue Kef-scy. 1,360 Uniform Jackets, Privates, Artillery?dark blue Ker* 120Chevrous N. C. S. pairs of Infantry. 20 do. do. pairs of Cavalry. 370 do. First Sergeant*, pairs of Infantry. 40 do. do. pairs of Cavalry. 10 do. do. pairs of Artillery. 1,450 do. Sergeants, pairs of Infantry. l.'iO do. do. pairs of Cavalry. M do. do. pairs of Artillery. 2,900 do. Corporals, jsilrsof Infantry. 2ij0 do. do. pairs of (Cavalry. 110 do. do. pairs of Artillery. 40 Chevrons Hospital Stewards, pairs of. 1,1910 Trowers, Sergeants, Infantry?sky blue Kersey. 180 do. do. Cavalry, do. til) do. do. Artillery, do. 2,900 do. Corporate, Infantry, do. 2dH do. do. Cavalry, do. 110 do. do. Artillery, do. l,t>00 do. Privates, Infantry, do. 9 0 do. do. Lhivulry, do. 1,140 do. do. Artillery, do. ti 10 Hashes. 10,000 Blue l'lannel Sack Coats?lined. -S4>,HV? Flannel Shirts. *0,rtVi Drawers. 72,7fiO Bootees, pairs of, sewed. 4,OjO Bouts, pairs of, wed rf?..-50 Stocking, pairs of. lo.uuo limit Coats, Infantry. 10.000 Great Coat Straps, sets. 2.1,000 Army Blankets, wool, gray, (with the letter* U. 8. la black, 4 inches long. in the urn tar), to be 7 lee t long, and 5 feet t> inches wide, to weigh live pounds each. .r>,4tK) Stable Frochs. All the above mentioned articles must conform m every respect to the sealed standard patterns In this office, where fhey may be examined and additional information received concerning them The manufacu!rera, establishment or dealers* place of busi ness must be distinctly stated in the proposal, together with t he names, address and rfspoutuhilUy of two persons pro* posed as sureties. The sureties will guarantee that a - onthici ia.ll be entered into within ten days after the acceptance of salfi bid or proposal. Proposals will be received for the whole or any part of each kind *rf the articles advertised lor. The privilege is ie*? rved by and for the United States of r?' lectingany proposals that may be deemed extravagant. Deliveries to comrnenoe within twenty days after the ceptance of the proposals, and one.third of the uuantity eon* trutted for must be delivered within one month f/om said date of acceptance, and the remainder within two months of said date of acceptance, or sooner if practicable. Bidders will, nevertheless, state in their proposals the shortest pos sible time in whlcu the quantities bid for can be delivered by then). Ali articles will be subject to Inspection by sworn iuspect ors, appointed by authority of the United States. Payment shall be made on each delivery, provided Cos* gp>s shall have made, an appropriation to meet it, or as aooa (hereafter as an appropriation shall be made for that out* jhiTen per <*ent of the amount of each delivery will to nouined until the contract shall Incompleted, which will tm forfeited to the United States in case of failure ou the part ol the eontru? tor In fullilling the contract. Forms of proposals and guarantbe will be furnished upon application to this office, and none will be considered that d? not'-onform thoreUr . , Proi?o*ais will be endorsed "Proposals for furnishing arm supplies." A. MONTGOMERY? Major and Voar(?rmaster, U. s. A. rpo REAL ESTATE OWNERS.?SEALED PROPOSALS 1 will l>e received at this oflh-e until Thursday, October IT. for the purchase of real estate by the corpora' ion, for the ue? of the Fire Department, located an follows - One Lot. between Tenth and Eleventh avmoe*. and Port# first and Forty-fourth street*, for Hose Company No. I 'J. One Lot, between Third and Sixth amine* biul Fourteenth and Twenty-secotid streets, for Hose Coinpsnv No. 29. One Lot, lx?tween Broadway and Seventh avenue, an# Twenty.seventh and Thirtieth stieets, for Hose Compear So. 37. One Lot, between Second and Lexington avenues, and Tweniy-sixth and Twenty-ninth streets. For Hoss Compenj No. 39. One Lot, between Hudson. Greenwich, Canal and Spring streets, for Hose Company No. 41. On?* Lot. between Eightieth and Ninetieth street*, wit htm 1W feet east or west of Third avenue, lor Hook and Ladder ? otnpiny No. 10. Proposals will contain a diagram of the property olfere^ v\?th dimensions, locality and character o; Improvements. * any. Preference will be given to vacant lots. Payment will be made on giving a clear and satisfactory fitln. The right is reserved to reject any or all proposals. ROBERT r HAWS. Comptroller. City or Stew Yon a, Department of Finam c, t'omptroUer'ROf* H e, Oct. 10, 1861. RAILROADS. H I'DSON RtVEH KAILROAD -TK U.V- I OR AI.RAMf T i v, the X,.t;h ;n, t !????? < ' " *'r 1] A. M , and :t :*), ft ind 10:1ft P. M \'EW your, haklkm and albany railkoad.? .1 Summer arrangement.?Express train ioi Al .my. vroT, N iriti unU W<li avi < Twenty-sixth utievt iu:nu mil A. M fur local tr?in* ?<?<? time table. UVtMLiU*, AJ?U?a? frigwaiwU?h

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