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BOARDEHS AND LOIK1ERN WANTED.
1 BLOCK FROM CITY HALL?FRAN K FORT HOVBR,
Frankfort elreet. corner of William. 110 ruoroa; accommodate
gentlemen only ; 86c. to fOe. per day; ?1 60 to par
Yroek. Open all night.
1ST BLOCK SOUTH OF CHATHAM SQUARE. -ROOMS
JL 86 and Ml eeuta per day, 63 and *3 6u per week, al the
Grant Uooaa, 48 New Bowery, near Chatham aquam.
2 BAST THIRTIETH STREET?HANDSOMELY FURntabed
l'.ooma, with drat claaa Board, may pow be admired
for the summer or for tba aatumn and wiuter, at
Moderate prteea.
gNlCB FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS, IN COOL,
healthy location, private family, $8 6(1 per week, at 847
hi Forty four.h (tract,
OD DWELLING HOITSR wi?T n? erone av?Mitv
C? n?r";"ld? ?f Fourteenth slrret.-Furm?bed Rooms, (4,'
mo and fn per week, with erery oouvt meuue for huunekeepluerd
1 reference* sxthanged.
5TH AVENUE, 578.?A SUIT OF ROOKS ON SECOND
Mid third floors to rent, with Board, to a family; lnun#dlik
ycQe?ftiiun glveu j house, iocatloo aud ali auooiuiuicuts
VUtlce; tiouablo.
l\ BLOCK8 WEPT OF BROAPW1" pool
6 BOND 8TREB? NEAR BROADWAY-ROOMS,
wtt? noer>| iutt^ble for families end single gentlemen.
RJ*tt-*>T.uaieat hoe rder*.
?/} TO (10 PER WEEK. ?PLEASANT, COOL ROOMS,
>1) with excellent Bo ml, at 174 and 174 Bleecker street, ?
Rocks west of Broadway. Aleo Table Board.
5ft LEXINOTON AVENUE, CORNER OF TWENTYA""
second street, one block from flramercj Park.?RU-Etntly
futninhe t Rooms, singly or en suite, with or without
Board. Terms moderate,
K| UNIVERSITY PLACE. CORNER OF KK1HTH
L street llandaomely fuiwth'd Rooms to let, with
erd, to fstnllleb end single gentlemen.
lO BANK. STREET.?LARGE AND SMALL WELL
AO furnished airy Rooms to 1st, from W to (10 a week, In
It flrst clsss house and central location, to gentlemen, with
Reference. Breakfast If required extra.
1Q WEST TENTH STREET.-A FEW DESIRABLE
lij Rooms to let, wltli frst class Board, In the abore llnely
located house; prices moderate.
"in WEST TWENTY-VOUP.TU STREET, OPPOSITE
At/ Fifth Arenue Hotel.?New aud elegantly furnished
Reome, with or without Board. Transient boarders UKon.
HO EAST TWENTY-FIRST STREET, TWO DOORS
Xtsi east of Broadway. A widow lady, oecupylng a newly
Tormanod houee, will rent a few plrataul Roomm, aeparately
K logell er, Willi Board.
niST BTREET, NEAR FIFTH AVENl'E.--BLEOANTLY
<u I furalahed Huoiui, en ?utte or singly, on aeeond floor.
With Aral elasa Board, can he had by applying at IP Weal
Twenty-Aral atroot. Referencea repaired.
QlBT 6TREET (ORAMEROY PARKi?lJEBIRABLK
ju 1 Room* to let, with Am dais Foard, at moderate
frlcua. Coil at or addreaa 137 Eatt Tllllll H street.
f)A WEST THIRTY NINTH STREET. -TWO LA HUB
Zt Booms to let, a itb Board. Ralurencca given and ra ured.
# OK PER MONTH FOR A Fl'ENISHED FRONT
i>6J Room, for two persona, bath and gaa Included, or
peek room for $20. SSS Weal Twenty -aeeond street.
) O WEST TWENTY-NINTH BTREET, BETWEEN
/ Broadway and Fifth avenue.?Cool, shady front and
paak Rooms, witn or without Board, to gentlemen or gCDtlefeen
and their wires.
Q7 WEST TWENTY BJXTll STREET.?A SMALL PRTJU
I yah; family wish to let a Suit of Rootna on Ural or eocSnd
door to a gentleman, with or without Board ; all modern
fcnprorementa; flue location for doctor or deotiat; referencca
exchanged.
QQ WEST TWENTY-NINTH STREET, CORNER OF
JUO Broadway.?Etegaut, newly furnished Rootua, singly
?r In aoite, with or without good Board, rery cheap. Beat dotation
In the city.
OQ WEST THIRTT-RECOND 8TREET.-A SECOND
?j\J Floor to lot, with Board t house Crrt class Id every reBfevt,
Refercnoee exchanged. Summer price*.
m~CLINTON PLACE (EIGHTH STREET).?A HANDtome
Hult of Rornis to let, on eteon-l floor, wHb or
without Hoard. Also a bach Parlor and Extension. Houae
rrst ease. ^
?1 MADISON AVENUE.?DESIRABLE ROOMS FRONT.
DA lug the suture, with flrtt ulaei Hoard, for the summer
QQ 8TUYVKPANT STREET, NEAR COOPER INSTIvO
iute?Gentlemen detirlng flneiy faroUhed Room* can
Be accou.niv.ated on very reaionable terras at the above
Bomber; accommodations unsurpassed.
OQ PERRY STREET.?A FURNISHED UALL BEDDO
room; rem $S bO per week: a'.ao a in od ailed Room for
Vfo, $4 per week; bouse has ail the modern Improvement*.
O WEST TWENTY-SECOND STREET -TWO SLITS
0 of Rooma and a sibgls Ruom to rent, with Board.
OfT EAST NINTH STREET. BETWEEN BROADWAY
O*/ and University place.?Two very pleasant and wall
furnished front Rooms, together or single, with first class
Jjoar.l, to respectable parties. Reference exchanged.
no EAST TWENTY-FIRST STREET, NEAR BROAD00
way. ?House Aral class; location superior-, Rooms on
eeoud and third floor, with Board, at moderate prices during
(be summer.
hn east twenty-second street.-elegantl y
DO furnished Rooma to let, with first das* Board, to fami CS
or single geufieirien. Relerenct-e exchanged.
PWEST TWELFTH STREET, NEAR FIFTH AYR.
nut?Kle-antly furnished Koran*, en ?ulte or single,
Bpennr Board, for familial or slng.s gsuUsuten-, terms
references
A-l BARROW BTREET.-AN ELEGANTLY FLRNISH
H 1 ?d Front Parlor to let, to one or two gentlemen, wlthant
board; best location In the city; nice neighborhood;
m nleely furnished Attic Room, $3.
A "I WEST NINTH STREET, BETWEEN FIFTH AND
1 Sixth avenues. ?A handsomely funjlaned Back Parlor
jk let, with or without Board. Terms moderate.
AC JANE STREET, BETWEEN EIGHTH AVENUE
ttu anl Hudson street Good Board and pleasant Room*
fsr gentleman and wIf* or single gentlemen; location uulet,
icasaht an J central. Terms very moderate.
J r? WE-T ELEVENTH STREET.? ROOMS FOR FAMI
VO ilea or single gcntlenisn, with Crst clats Board.
CO WENT THI RTF-SECOND STREET, BETWEEN
?/"/ Fifth and Sixth svenuca Pleasant Rooms, with Hoard
fhi th* summer.
*0 UNIVERSITY PLACE?TO SOUTHERN AND
f iZi Eurof-c?n faiclllc* arriving In tlx- city.?Board, with
Booms, to suit; also single Rooms and table Board, on rea
nable terms.
1
C J EAST NINTH STREET. SIX DOORS WEbT OF
%J T Broadway.?Handsome Rooms to let, furnished and
ytn famished.
>i WEBT TEKT7I~BTREET (OPPOSITE~?TUDIO
Building). Elegant second floor Suit, with or without
snarl, one third and one fourth floor Room, without Board.
Bafaraiices required.
ff WEST FORTY SECOND STREET. OPPOSITE REV'J
si-ivoir Park.? Rooms to let, with Board, on hrst and
ececd floors; pleasant home for gentlemen not leaving
(own during summer; lefermces.
en WEST SIXTEENTH STREET.?MECHANICS
f) I car, And pleaaant Rooms and excellent table; ijtfi tci
psr week.
POND STREET.?TWO LARGE PARLORS AND
DO smalt Room connecting; well furnished; very suitAble
and convenient for wholesale lalssman.or a paity ot
gentlemen; good bath free; alio several suia.l R icims, house
lewly furnished. M?als sent to rooms if re.piirtd.
PERRY STREET?LOCATION VERY PLEASANT
YJA and litHlthy; house hrown stone, with all mo ernlmbrorcmeiits,
Room elepai.t y fuixlshed; alcove and ample
Sloseta, tsrma terylow, lainiiy prlvats, and telerencea brst
f>Q WEST THIRTY-NINTH STREET.-TO LET,
SjO with Board, a larg* Room, with small one adjoining,
fit th.rd floor: reference*.
t]i\ FIFTH AVt.M H, OMItt OF THIRTEENTH
IU street. Handsomely furnished Room* for families hi
Wirg'c gentlemen, with lirst blast UbU; transient panlci
MOnBOdlttd.
171 MADIBON AVEJCDK. A CHOICE OK HAND
4 X soms Rooms at summer rates, with Euard for fstnlllsa,
lao for young gemlsman. itlnglo Rooms now vacant.
91 kk\ BITS Avr.Nt r. kuiFOt/RTEEJITH street
4 1 told No. S81? Large and small Room on second floor,
With ample closets; neighborhood pleasant and quiet.
ri a am 11 v street.- a fritati family wiu
4 1 let a pleasant Room on second floor, to one or two
gentlemen.
77 ciiRisTorriER htreet. -to let, with
4 I B iard, one large and two small Rooms, furnished 01
Wnrtxrulaned, ai desired. References exchanged.
q9 p. A FT TENTH HTKEF.r, NT AR ' 'THWART'S. Nicely
rnn.lsl.ert Rooms to let. to a party of gcn'.'e ten;
terms *7 to If to per week References exchanged.
(17 CUKTOH FLAOB t CBOIl I OF ROOM IN A
Lr | flrst class house, with or witLont Board, near tie
Rreroort House,
1A9 ALI.F.N STREET, FIRST FLOOR, ROOM NO.
AtJO 1. Two young la lies can hare Board In a sms'l prlVate
family. ^
11A KABT TENTH STREET, NEAR BROADWAY.J
J " Furnished Rooms to rent, w.th ft rat claw Hoard, for
Single gentlemen or families; ea mite or tingle; terms very
tnucrate; pood neighborhood.
Ton EAST TWgJfTV.THIRO (TIBET. ?LAROI FUR.
J a-"/ nlshed Fooms, slnc.'e or cr suite. If 'b *>r wl.hout
Board; house newly furnished.
meast twenty-ninth streftt brttyffm
_Le*in<;!on and Fourth aeenucs. Neatly furnished
Trows ... . '".'IU' 10 lc,i gD ??Coud floor, with Buard,
In a small prlrate rati. fly. < .*
19t WF.ST FIFTY FOI'P.TII fTfll l.T, BETWEEN
\?' filitb and Seventh avenues, Avery pleasant front
all! iCirCIS tS 1st, wsth "GJM, to geuUenjaa or laiy Term*
Terr merits. - ?
1?" 1 - ?-? -.I.
lot WEFT TWELFTH STREET.?TO LET, A HAND
It) 1 Somely furnishs-l extension Parlor, in first class
Bouse, with Hoard. Tonus moderns during warm season,
flefarcuccs acbssftd,
I n(\ KAFT FORTIETH STREET.?O.NK OR TWO
JL?)*" gentlemen ran he accommodated with a large furWished
Room, without board, In a private family.
ir,1 KA*T FIFTY-THIRD STREET.?F1R8T CI.AKB
JL*aX Beard, with good Rooms, for gttitUtnan and wife or
alngla gSntlrmSQ.
1 fill BI a I r.BrlTtl hTKKKT.?A r HI V ATK
1UU funaliy will Jet two rerp pleuaut furnlgbed H<v n ?
to iincle gentlemen, witb or without Board; or will aociin
OKldaU * "fctuterotn end wife. Hour* contain* batb, r*?,
ftc. Teime leoouable.
*/?7 WF.KT 7 IlIflTY FOURTH R1KKET.-TWO
J.U I double Room", with ell tbe comfort* of a home, to
let for tbe e'lmmtr mohlbi at aioderate prior*, bouee and
jab* Orel c)a?*.
WE?T EtEVEHlH STRBET. ? A NF.W F.M.LAVt)
J ( O prl?ftt? fam!!jr w old let e large, tvrll furnished ltoom.
with Board, to good panic*. bringing reference*; bouro well
appointed, with modern tonrenlenoei, and imiIj acceeelbl*
to coufcruncC*. Apply e? abote.
NEW *5
BOAFDKR.s AMI l.OMUBllA WANTKD.
007 ElUUTU AVKSl'E.- TWO KICKLY KHIN'WIIKD
?i?i I Rooma to lit, without board, or for ll(ht housekeeping.
OOQ WEST TniRrr-SFXTH STKKET.-A LADY
?i?tO haying her own boose, situated tu a filet, ventre,
neighborhood, near Broadway, wouM rent a handsomely fur.
matin 1 Room to a eentleuiaa aod wife. Board for the lady.
20/1 KA8T THIKTV-FOURTII STKI-'KT. FIRST
OU floor A prlrate family have s?ej?Uii?i?twm f(>Ii
few gentlemen hoarders, u* bouse, fir?t olaaa rooms Ad
ply for one Wee*.
OOA WEST TWEVTY-SECORD STREET.-FIRhT
ao?J\l c.ass house. 1 rivate French family. Elecantly furnished
RooiuSj without board, to gentlemeu ouly. Also richly
luruiiticn rar.or rigor ana ExlcnaioD, ault&bie for a PbfiJ
clan.
OJ 1 J*''* NO.) WEST fOllitTJiENTH STREET.?A
. ,i palLl)r w'*'1'u8 large, ej^ Room* tor the luimifr, m
I ,.V! nou?e, can h? ?et!6niiuodateil at a moderate price,
and could aecure (Ue^, tbe wlnl,.r if pleased.
9,4 * ^lisST THIRTEENTH STREET?A FEW CUBANS
_1 rtj can be accommodated with nice, pleasant Rooms,
i With or without Board, or part of the house rented for housekeeping.
QffC WEST TWENTY-FIFTIII STREET.?PLEASANT
front Room, on second floor, w ith Board, for gentlemen
or gentleman and wife. Terms moderate.
?)7Q WEST THIRTY EIGHTH rrSEBT?ROOMS TO
Z, 111 let, furnished, with or without Board; also ah oillce
suitable for a physician. Good neighborhood,
9Q0 HUDSON STREET?A WIDOW LADY WILL
nocomiumlate two single gentlemen with pleasant
Room and Board, at from <fS to $<3 each per week.
OAK WEST TWENTIETH STREET, NEAR EIGHTH
OU'J avenue?A widow lady hts beautiful furnished
Rooms, with Hoard, for ladies reiulilng nursing; eery nice
.ocation. Terme eoav.
QAA WEST EIGHTEENTH STREET?FURNISHED
OZ.U Rooms P> let on third floor, w ithout board, to single
gentlemen or gentleman and wife. References ivyttred.
ana west THIRTIETH street?to let, handOs-iU
somehr furubhed front and bach Parlor, to gentle
men.
OQ1 EAST FIFTEENTH STREET,THIHP DOOR FROM
OOJL Lexington place. A gentleman anil wife tu strictly
private family; good things well cooked a specially.
0 < q east thirteenth street, between
J TO First and Seoond avenues.?A few young men can
bo accommodated with good Board In a nice genteel family.
Also furnished Rooms to let.
1 990 broadway. I. a rue, AIRY ROOMS, FOR
J. ?'tO gentlemen or light housekeeping, en suite or singly
; also Hall Hootn, f 2 so per neclc. Location pleasant and
eoDTenlcnt; opposite an elegant hotel, corner Thirty-first
street. Meals if required.
A french lady having a nkwlt and handsomely
furnished House, with all modern Improvements,
In a very desirable location, near Sixth arenue, will let a
choice of Rooms, singly or en suite, on moderate terms;
breakfast IT required. Call at 110 West Sixteenth street.
AT MADISON SQUARE HOUSE, CORNER OF
Twenty-first street and Broadway, very neatly furnished,
rilrasant Rooms (looking on to Broadway', with superior
able, by day, week or month, cheap.
A LARGE FRONT ROOM ON SECOND FLftOR
to let, lurnlshcd, with Board. Also a Suit of Rooms
onscood floor, suitable for gent'emen and tholr wives, nr
single gentlemen, m a small private family. Apply at SI
Leroy street.
A SUIT (TWO BEDROOMS, BATH, PARLOR, li
braryl, elegantly furnished, to one or two gentlemen In
a private family of three adults; appointments unexceptionable.
Address llubart, Herald oflloe.
ALADT LIVINO ALONE HAS A HANDSOMELY
furnished Room to let, to a gentleman and wife ; none
but Aral class parties need address, for thres days, box 108
Herald office.
A WIDOW LADY WILL LET PARTLY FURNI6HED
front and back PaMor, together or separate, location
central, three blocks west of Broadway, with lirst class
Board If desired. Address for three days Mrs. A. Powers,
\ nton square Post office.
DOARD.-F1RST CLAH3 BOARD FOR TWO GENTLE.
j ' uioii. wini p.miuni ivooin, sr.. in iiuoion ?.'iiy; van
pail In light of hour-j; refeience given and required. For
Sarticular* apply to M. C. N'EIVBLCK, 2(3 Fulton itreet,
?w Tort '
Board, -a pleasant front room and bedroom,
for gentleman an! lady; full board for lady; private
fainllr: no other boarder* or children. Reference!. 201
Eaut Forty-nftb itrret, corner Third avenue.
/U'BANH. TF.N OR TWELVE CAN ARRANGE FOR
V' Board, with oooklni to lull; lermi reaeonable. Call
any time. B44 Second avenue, corner of Twentieth street.
ELEGANT ROOMS-FOR ADULTS, IN A PLEASANT I
I private family, two or three door* from Fifth avenue, on '
Murray ttlll; term* liberal to acceptable pa tica. Addveis
D. R. B., Herald office. I
fjMRST CLASS BOARD IN A PRIVATE JEWISH FAMI'
ly, with ail home comforts, near Central Park. Addriia
H., boi 111 Herald oh.ee.
FOUR LARGE ROOMS, WELL FURNISHED. OR a
uit of Rooms, tor gentlemen and families, at aid Eaut
Tentb street. Breakfast at leven.
First cla?s accommodations for gentleman
and wife, wltb Board for both, <ir for lady alona?private
table If required?can be bad by addressing Wailack, Herald
office.
Handsomely furnished rooms, large and
email, for geulleuien only, at moderate term*; houee
complete and Cm cla*a; plea?ant aummrr location, near
Central Park ; convenient to Eighth avenue, and on* bluck
trom Broadway. 3U7 Weit fifty-second ttreet.
MFA II ALU IN (i OFKKCE a FAMILIAR QUE TIVEN
en hotel, o a otrai que qiil?r*o vlvlr con laa oomodidadea
fie en caia, doa hermosn ouartos. me<a Cubana; pret-lo>
modlcoe. No. 234 Eaet Fourteenth atrcet.
wanted by a well qualified ladv, three
It rriiiniF rhllilwn In hosPi) snJ ln*ir.n*?. nt K?r ruii/laneo
In Harlem. Responsible persons call of addrcte for one
week Mrs. R BELL, 1370 street, (bird door east of Fourth
avenue, Harlein.
BOA1W ANI) LOPOPtO TVANTKD.
4 Oimau.1 WITH AN INVAI.IH WIFE WANTS
Jx good Beard and borne comfort* In a private famllv where
there ar? no other hoarder*, with two well faniUhed Room*,
large closet* and bathroom, on ?eeond floor; location not far
from Broadway and below Fourteenth itreet. Addreaa H. H.,
box 1,1W Foit ollice.
\ GENTLEMAN WISIIRS TO MACE ARRANOFMENTS
for hoard for MMV and wife In the fall. M ania a
Room and hall Bedroom in a tret elr.ee houee, In a (tret rlaai
location. Heferenre rlveo and required. I'artie* answering
thle advertisement will pleaa.- atate location, terms. Ac., In
full. Addreaa C.. tot XI? llcrald ofllce.
A FURNISHED ROOM WANTED?FOR A LADY AND
lofast, with Board; not above fourteenth atrtet; pried
Ijfl per week, Addrevv Mrs. Tbomav, Herald ofllce.
\ GENTLEMAN ACCU8TOMEO TO El'ROPF.AN UFII
wlabca a handsomely furulshed Room, without hoard,
where lie can cujoy the comfort and freedom or bit own
hoioc. A'idrtae, stollug terma and particular*, A. Z., boi 158
I Herald ofl ee.
Board wantf.oimmediatf.lv for fifteen re
epeclable factory girls. in the neighborhood of Wrvt Fouya?eond
street; muet he nice rootne and elean bed*; hoard not
to exceed $4 50 per week. Arrly at the Latiodrv, 445 and
U' Writ Feity second street, between Ninth and tenth ave.
Board wanted-by a single gentleman, in a
frit dams location above Twcnty-iblrd stice.t; room muat
contain bdt and cold water; about $16 per week. Address
Merchant, Herald ofllce.
Board wanred?by a cBntlkman, wife and
daughter, In a ?inall private family; term* not eieerdIng
tils per month, iiircmer; ?1S0 per month, winter. Including
lire aud gak; location net above Union square ; referem*#
given and reiulrod. Addreaa J. H., box 1?6 llerald oSr.e.
\1" ANTED?BETWEEN EIGHTH AND THIRTY FIRST
VV atreeti ar.d Fourth and Seventh kvenne*, Board for a
gentleman and wtfa In a p.rlvate family where no other
Boarder* are taken. Adlresi. itating Icrmi, which must be
moderate, lioi 1,1**. Post otBce.
| \1TANTED?BY A GENTLEMAN, A PLEASANT ROOM,
TV with partial Board, In the too** of a private family;
term* moat he moderate. Hoarding housekeeper* need Dot
reply. Add ret* Perm anent, mtatton D.
\l*ANTED?GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS, WITH PAR
Vv tlai Board, for a quiet cpupl*. Addrea* M. K , box 110
Herald oltce.
TIT ANTED?BOARD FOR A GENTLEMAN. WtFP. AND
vv Infant up town, ea?t aide. Address, with full pnrt.cu.
r. 1 K V ill?V..,> .t ?.n...
IIOTKM,
AFKVT PERSONS DESIRING </L)ET CAN BK PROperly
accommodated at a convenient dleiance from trie
city ; bathing, Ac. Aridrega box lib Herald olllee.
1 YOUNG COUPLE, OCCUPYING A LARGE, MOO
?x arn houaa, newly (nmiahad, Id a delightful lora It*, one
hour from City Hall, dcelrr a alnillar party ae boarder*; noclety
tba object; rate of compensation unimportant; or
would rent furnished for their board. Addreaa itobcrta, 15
Wall atreet.
/ <unton ruoi ioun on thk monu
a plan. 758 Broadway, corner of Eighth atreet and No. J
Clinton pla't. Itooma in tuttj lor faml la* and tingle gentlemen.
OWENS A HERBERT.
/COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL, 149 BROADWAY-OPEN
v ' all ni|.ht, Koom<, alnuly or en aulta, with or without
Board.
N"KW ENGLAND HOTEL, CORNER bowery AND
layard On the European plan ; 200 light rooma; lodgings
60c. a 6"c. nightly, ijs fo 44 woegiy; for gantlainan ooly.
KOt HESTER KoTP.L. EIGHTH STREET AND BROADwty,?Newly
furulahttl ami rc&Uad; up Room and Board
(5 p.? "* i ?? ?*? wt"k S. C'L'NNIMOTCHf.
0. ti t ri n K(>- s WASHINGTON PLACE ?
fe Families and cent. J0!1 ' u"'l.an,'1
therefore r,rj deafrable Km.:*4 for lha LbLAND
CLMNIT HOTEL, CORNER OP CANAL
gt (Li wboui , on the European p,an. Rooms Oy log lay
of wen, B. HKKDKK, Prop
ST. ClIARLKS HOTEL, BROADWAY AND BLEKCKEA
alrerl. Forty additional K&omi, V.gWIf furnlahed, at fl
pat day; European plug. at all houri,
GEO. s. LELAXd, Proprlrlof. *
COUNTRY BOARD.
AFIW n.RSONfl CAN STILT, OBTAIN HOARD AT A
plea*#nilr ettuatel farm home, beautifully eha'ted, be.lie
a tine ?I ream of wet- r. Addreee J., boi 237 1'uat office,
Ilu.leon, Columbia county, N. Y.
Anew ROOMS, AT TDK MOST LOVKLY HTOT Off
Eaet river, ore hour from cue llell ( roouet, I HilarOa,
AC- Steamer to Astoria. II. O. VANDfcKHOOF'S Manilon.
A TEW ROOMS OA N UK HAD ON A FARM,
located on blab around, near Plain held, N. J.: one hour
from New York. Adorne A. ?>. CLAHK, P airfield.
A T A DFILIOHTFUL COUNTRY IKAT AND FARM,
fV one hour en<l a Tiertrr from N?w \ nrk per Morrle end
Kfsei Railroad, large, any Ra,ltn?. eub liberal country
Hoard, In a'i a. ion., modem home, l>< autlfiilly located on
I high ground , jion in on,lain all, I ne .'lire., boating and
thingi eiu.ieal eiabnud AMplj ai id Fifth avenue
rORK HERALD, SUNDAY,
COUNTRY BOiRD.
AI DOBB8' FEKHY, ON THE HUDSON. A PARTY OP
tlx or citfht aduJU can txj accommodated wHb lar.-r,
irv \t.\rxrv-a aii.1 H/ufrf tuT lh? MU III til tif AUll fall i ff?)ud ball) It) if
aua boating. Term! lrorn 4b to lit p-jr wed. inrve
minute* from depot. Apply to F. OOCRDIER, Dobbs'
Kerry.
A ?country board.?one of thh finest
A. placet for people to obtain Country Boaid la at tlie
EsfeJssz mMSJMr bOMt
TERRY, Proprietor Uuttod States Hotel, Fulton strsst
A FEW BOARDERS CAN BK ACCOMMODATED WITH
firstolasa Boar<l. p'easunt ao<l healthy location; trims
moderate; references exchange I. For further particulars
address C. K. W., boi SO, Tarrytown Post olllce.
A FAMILY OF ADULTS LIYINO IN A BEAUTIFUL
cottage In MorrUanla, ouly 8 minutes' from dep it,
would take one or two famile* to Board. Inquire at Ale
East Sixteenth street.
Board at lake oeoroe.-a lady of experietice
baring taken the pleasant and commodious residence
of the late Mr. Dunlop, charmingly situated on the
Lake at Bolton, will bo ready to receive boarder* on the lltih
Inst. References given. Arply at the Lake to Mrs. FRAY,
on the premises, or address R. THOMAS, box 1,790 Post office,
New York. __________
Board and rooms wanted in Elizabeth, n. j?
In a genteel family, for a gentleman and daughter, until
November. Address Charles Ml ton, care of Mother A Co.,
U Cliff Street, Now York; wilt bare Immediate attention.
Board, -a private family, occupying a new
house at West New Brighton, 8. I., can accommodate a
gentleman and lady nl.h pleaaaut front Room; flue location.
Addreaa II., box .No. 4, North Shore, H. j.
/1atskill mountains.-country board can bk
obtained lu a private family In Hunter; iltuatton niisur.
paae-d for bcautr of scenory and health. Rooms large and
good alabllng. For terms address J. HUSK, Hunter, tlroene
counts. M. y., or R. LONGMAN'S SONS, 81 John street,
New York.
(tOUNl'RY BOARD WANTED-BY THREE YOUNG
ladies, forth* month of August, where there are a few
other hoarders; bathing sod good table Indispensable. Address
for three days, stating terms, which must be moderate,
M. W., Herald office.
rionmr board-in a private family, at
' ' Cbapaqua, N. Y., on Harlem railroad, 80 mites from
city; new house; large rooms; oxlenstre piazza ; 30 acres at
taehed ; live mluutea (rom nation. Address u above, box 60
/COUNTRY BOARD WANTED?BY A FAMILY, CON.
slating of three ladles and two children. Address.wlth
vtiih. which must be reasonable, Permanent, Herald office.
( tOCNTRY BOARD-ON THE HACKENSACK RIVKR,
A-/ New Jersey, leas than an hour from Chambers street by
Northern Railroad. Terms moderate. Address Mrs. R. Y.
WIN ANT, boa No. 0 lUekcnsack Post oBloe, N.J.
pOUNTRY BOARD AT PKLHAM-CONVENIENT TO
\> steamboat end railroad: healthy location ; bathing aud
fishing. Call or address 21& hast Tenth street
DESIRABLE COUNTRY BOARD-AT ONE OF THE
nleasantest places In Westchester county l located at
Mount IClsco. 38 miles from cltr, 10 minutes from depot Harlem
Railroad; larva private house', some good rooms untaken
at reasonable rates; perfectly healthy; rood table;
large lawn ; stabling, Ac. Applyio H. A. HYATT, 273 Canal
street, In carpet store, or to J. HYATT, Mount K tsco.
1?L1ZABETH.?BOARD WANTED. BY A YOUNG GEN.
Vj tleman, In a nice locality, convenient to railroad depot;
private family preferred. Address Scot, Herald office.
FIRST CLASS BOARD, LARGE, AIRY ROOMS, PURE
MOUNTAIN AIR, may be bad at a farm house, 8 miles
from the Hudson river. For particulars address JOHN
LITCHFIELD, Callanan's Corners, Albany county, N. Y.
First class board_at a farm house in
I'eeksklll. Accommodations excellent, terms moderate.
Address CROFT A CHAPMAN, Feekshlll. N. Y. (100D
COUNTRY BOARD CAN BB HAD ON A PLEAJ
sant farm at Suffrens, Erie Railroad, 30 miles from tlia
etty and 8 miles from depot. For particulars apply at 113
Perry street.
Hudson river board-at one or the finest
residences; 80 minutes out and llvs from depot. Refers
to Joy^Cos A Co., Tribune Buildings. Address H., fipuyton
TNYALID RETREAT FOR 7 OR 8 PRIVATE BOARD.
1 ers?Every comfort of a boms afforded and attention
riven to those of unfortunate habits. Address Mountain
llouse. Nyack on the Hudson.
PLEASANT nOOMB AND BOARD-DELIGHTFULLY
situated at Nyack, Rockland county, N. V., mav be ob>
talnea for a few quiet families. Inquire of 1IOWE A PERBY,
70 Bowery.
QELECT COUNTRY BOARD?FOR MX OR EIGHT
H persons, In a very healthy and pleasant locality, with
every comfort of a home, with stables and conch house If
required: fifteen miles from the Hudson river, near the
lure Inquire of JAMES KIHK, grocer, 2(1 Grand street,
Williamsburg.
TWO OK THREE SMALL CHILDREN WILL BE
taken to board, a ihnrt distance from the city, where
(Ley will receive a mother's care; or would take an inl'anr.
Address Mrs. C, BENETT, Newtown, Long Island.
Two oktnlemkn or gentleman and wife, can
be a-commottated with Hoard In a private family In Bergen.
Address E. D., Bergen Feet office.
"tVT ANTED?PARTIAL HOARD AND TWO LARGE
TV Rooms, for a gentleman, and full Board for ledy with
child two years old; bouie muat be first cl?M, with ahaily
ground!, and convenient to city. Address D. k. o.. station
H, stating price, not Including child's board, for wnicb arrangenienti
will be made.
gmUEB RESORTtt.
Acomfoutahlf. home for the bummer can
be obtained at tbe Falliade llomc, Englewood, N. J.,
bring newly furnished, large and well ventilated ror.rua,
wholesome and abundant table ; otfers lnducemenle to parties
preferring comfort to style at very moderate rates; One
drives, walks and views: 4t> minutes trom Chambers atrest
ferry via Northern Railroad. Call on or addreaa G. W,
MOOKK, proprietor.
Atlantic hotel, batu, l.i.-transient board.
(3 per day; sea bathlnp. boating. Ac. Greenwood and
Coney Island ears stop at the door every 3o minute*. All
in ci'i r? language* spoken.
\T THE WATERSIDE H0UBE-FIVE MINUTES'
walk from Manifold, Conn., depot; brat class family
bout*; delightful and convenient location; tine drivea, boating,
bathing and fishing.
i T FIVE MILK RIVER HOUSE, ROWAVTON, CONN.,'
J\ Boating, Bathing and Fishing In this dvlightful marine
atmosphere. B. 0. SMITH, as above, or 2ll3 wlUlara street,
New \ ork.
Atlantic hotel, long branch, n. j., now
open for tbe reception of guests; charges very low.
M. RPICKENBEKU, Froprlelor.
Board at newman afrings, on the shrews,
bury river.?Nice rooms, plenty of shade, woode
springs, good Belling, boating, bathing, Ac ; fresh vegetables
fruit, milk, Ac., raised on tbe farm. prices moderate. Addreaa
M., Newman Springs, Redback, N. J.
tjeach IIOL'SB, walling FORD, CONN.. late
jy homestead of Mos?e V. Beach, deceased.?Magnificent
house, splendid grounds, mountain air. beautiful scenery,
Una drives, good fishing; #10 to #20 week; 12 ml es north of
riaveu. a. w. bWl I Ii, rroprwior#
CoiOl'er BOl'SE,
> Ooonerstown, New Tort,
Will open Jonc 24. Rooms for 40" cnests. New furniture;
if ten acres ground; Otsego lake, boating, tithing. Snt drives ;
grounds made elastic by the pen of Cooper; railroad trains
twice a day from Albany, 'farms 14 per day deduction
made for families.
CHARLES A^WATKINfi, Proprietor.
/ 'LIFFtYOOD SPRINOB SEASHORE HOUSE?A DE*
J llghTul rrtrfut for the summer; bathing, boaUng and
fishing; nice grounds, splendid drives. Eii?b gemeuts for Iba
season by applying to KINO k CO.. 186 Kl.tb avenue, or at
the hotel. Boat learea foot of Barclay itreet every day at 1
and 4 o'clock.
/lUfr HOUSE, ON LONG ISLAND POUND, RVE,
a J Wcitcbeater county, N. V., one hour from the city by New .
Haven Railroad. Location uuc pialled. Desirable Rooms to
be bad for tbe season.
Captain HENJ. BARNARD, Proprietor.
INLUBH1NO HOTEL, PLI'SlllNO, L. 1.-TH18 HOUSE
' baa been newly furnished throughout, and Is now ready
to receive permauent and transient boarders. Arrangements
can be made for faml las at reasonable rales. Location and
urroundfogs unsurpassed. First class table and attendance.
Address E. II. SIMMONS, Flushing, L I
Id RAN KLIN HOUSE, BROADWAY. TAHRYTOWN, N.
r Y.?This favorite hotel is now open for the reception of
permanent and transient boarders.
JOHN T n A VI ES. Proprietor.
Herbert house, matawan, n. j.-now op#:n
for tho season ; f.ne drires and beautiful arenerr: terms
moderata. Boats leave foot Barclay street at I and 4 I'. M.
W. J. i'OOLF,, Proprietor.
? ON'l BRANCH VILLA PLOTS AT AUCTION.
\J ANTHONY J. HLEECKEK
will sel lot) splendid Villa Plots, em h WilM,
Or, MONDAY, July M, lttiS,
at Kensington Park, Long Branch, n. .T.
For mans. ,lo., atip.y g. j. BLkECIER, SON k CO., 17
Cedar aliect, and J. W. MORRIS, auctioneer, Long Branch,
N.J.
MOI NT A IN RETREAT IlDUSIL aaasaeas
t'ateklll Mountains s a s s
EDWARD C. DICKISTON, Proprietor.?House refurnished
and relltted In every department, and In ruture It will
be remembered as a comfortable stopping place. For Information
address tbe proprietor an atsMII, N. Y.
\I Anon IIOCMK, NAKATOOA HPKINri<t._EIH8T CLASS
j?l Boar-ling honae; ?ery desirable for famlUea; large,
airy rooma. mud (toe ground., will goaded: only few mTuutet'
walk from Cottgregf spring.
Mount evkrktt house, hoi tii ucremont.
Herkahlre county, Nnsa.?Tbla beautiful glimmer reaort
)? now open; pure mountain air, spigndld road.:
abundant trout tlreami; terrni moderate. A idr JOHN
miller, froprtKor.
XTEPTUNE HOUSE, NEW ROCHELLE NOW OPEN.
In Time 63 minute, per N. II. Hal roi. I I rain* run moat
ever? hour. Engagements ran lie ma-le at Clifford liouge,
1,241 Broadway, or at Neptune liouge.
COLUMBIAN HOTEL, SARATOOA PPRINOfl.4
New furniture. IJ3 Ml per day. Pamil -eg taken at reduced
i atei, Oppoflle Congress Spring Hob-i.
l ROME lf.land, Proprietor.
N" TACK ON THE HCDSoV. "StllNF.lt
. J Mli&tful location. Afif'r^tn <>t trrlf
to J. F. FIT/. FAT KICK, HeraJrl oflicCi or J O ACKeR.
ppj.etlle Bocklana Bank, Nr.,;k. ' ' A '
OCEANIC HOUSE (LATE KI'.LTER S). CONEY ISLAND,
I* now open gg a lirst cine. family hotel. Ithael-ecn
thoroughly reinitiated and furnlahgd throughout with new
furniture. An a watering piece It le tine-pulled f^r |W Ljrelr
flower gardene, bpauttlul wglkg and inggnlfl.n,t ghadaTreoe,
andlaeaiyof grregg hy liorge . art ami prlea'e conreyance
via Fulton end Catharine lerrlca. Hood naming for prlTate
loTgeg. J. II. M < K A i, Proprietor.
Osceola lake house is the pi.acb to take
comfort for the euminer: H< aid *1 a moderate prirf. flail
on or addrett JAMIiri U. JACOLS, bog V, I'eekaklil i'oal
office, N. Y.
ORANfiE, N. 3. VAI.I.hV llo\'-|. 11AV.NO
changed hand., le now open for Sumn er Boarder.; thlg
home la delightfully alttialed, httwcgn St. Mark'g church and
Llewe lyu Park, hlrn-i y hrat e.att.
1>AVILION HOI! I NEW 8BIOIITON, ONLY THIRTY
I minute, hy boat from foot of I>ey euen, e<ery hour.?
Malt water bathing, atahlet, billiard room and lenplo al.cj all
attached to tbe taouae.
JUJU1 11, 18GD. - Tllil'LJhl SI
fiCMMES RWOBW.
TJCTHERJTUKO TAKK HOTEL, i
it OB tb I silvery Passaic rtvsr, '
Rurtb'rfurd Park, K. 3. I
Magnificent wmmer resort; only forty fire minute* from i
CHy Hail, N<vy lorlc, via Erie Railway: elegant liiwri and t
croquet grounds; due stabling; splendid busting, batlilr.;,
fishing and charming drives 1 first cisss furniture, table and
attendances Applications may be mads at No. 11
Street, or at tbs hotel. THOliAft Pi V&LLS, proprietor
late or Hi. James' Motel. New I ork.
ORANCK, MOl'NTAIN HQUttK, SIXTY MINU- ?
~ las from Barclay street by Morris and Essex KailroaJ, b
six minutes' walk from Montrose station, twelve from booth 1
Orange; twenty acres In forest and lawn; but and cold water
baths on esch floor; pa* throughout probably within one
iu<juiu nwtu ummi, iui ikiiub, < r.riu Mjaziagrrurru IIIV-v ,
scenery and drives unsurpassed; good accommodation* tor
bonoc, carriages and coachmen. Parttces will piea-e call
upon or address, at South Orange, HITZELHEHiJER A
PALMCR, Proprietor*.
OTAMFuRD HOC6P., STAMFORD, CONN?LOCATED
H In one of the moet beautiful villages In the vtclnlty of the
city, baring changed owuera and newly furnished, la
open for permanent and transient boarders; boating,
fishing, bathing and drives unsurpassed; steamer trout Finton
Market slip at 3 P. M.. and 14 trains dally.
O. SPENCER, Manager ^
SOUTH SIDE HOTEL.. AMITYVILLE, L. I., ON THE
Great South Bay, one hour and a half by South Side Railroad,
will be teady fur guests June 28; good Bshlug and
bathing. B. C. KINO, Proprietor.
OHIOOE HOUSE, OTSTKR BAY, L. I., HAS BEEN REtj
fitted and newly furnished throughout and is now open
for tbo reception of gnosis. Oyster Bay Is noted for Its
springs, beautiful drives. bathing and boating. Steamer D.
It. Martin leaves every day foot of Wall street at 4 :16 P. M. '
LIT. MARK'S HOTEL, NEW BRIGHTON, S. I.-ON
n Monday, July 13, thert will (>e two Stiita of Rooms vacated.
Parties desiring accommodation may apply at one* to
DE CAMP A COLE, Proprietors.
SUMMIT HOUSE, SUMMIT, N. J?THIS HOUSE IS
now open. For further particular* inquire at Hudnut'*
drug store, Herald Building. D. J, SMITH.
TITAPIIINGTON ROCK HOUSE, DUNELLEN, N. J? ^
TV Mountain air, 6b0 feet above tlie level country; view
34 rni'ca extent; one hour and quarter by rail. Refer to I. V.
BROKAW, opposite Cooper Institute.
JOHN WOOD, Proprietor.
~ EXCURSIONS. HHL
A -SUNDAY KXOURSION BOAT FOR COLLEGE 8
Point, Wbltqstone, City Island and New Koehelle?
Steamer NEVKKSINK leaves Peek slip every Sunday at 9
A. M., rain or shine. Rcturnm?, leaves Now Rocbclle at 3:30
P. M., landing at Eighth and Tblrly-ievenlh streets each way.
A HOY FOR ROCKAWAY AND SEA SIDE?THE SEA
steamer PORT ROYAL will oommenoe to run to Rock- q
away on Sunday, June It, end on every Sun lav during the ,j
livuvct *osirj mrcn, norm i ivw, mi c.iu a. m. ana y
pier 4 at V A. M. Returning leaves Rock away at 4 1*. If.
A -SUNDAY BOATS FOR IIARLKM. HIGH BRIDGE (
, and Karl's I'ark.-8YLVAN GROVE and SYLVAN
STREAM will learn Peck slip about every hour from 9:15
A. M. to 7 P. M. Leave Harlem about every hour from B A.
M. 1<> 6:30 P. M., lauding at Eighth etreet en oh way. Fare 13
ceota.
A -A?FOR TUB FISHING BANKS DAILY, 6ATUR- A
day* excepted, steamer RIP VAN WINKLE, Captain
Kimtnona, leaving Peck slip at 7:50 A. M.; Christopher etroet, t
N. R., at 8:10 A. M., and pier No. 4 N. R. at 9 A. M.; and ou
Sundays from Eighth street, K. It., at 7 A. M. 1
Bait, lines refreshments and muilc on board.
Fare, Rll 1 ladles, 50 oeuta.
A -THE GREATEST FIVE MILE BOAT RAGE BE- C
tween John Blew and Fred hinders, for 5<2t0 a side,
takes place on Monday, July 13. The commodious steamer
R. L. MABBY will act aa a spectator boat ou this occaalon, <
and will make the following landings:?Leave 6outh Sixth '
street at 1 o'clock; Broome street, 1:10; Bridge etreet, Brooklyn,
1:20; Pike street. New York, 1 -So, Peck ellp, 1:4U; White
Hell dock, 1:50; Christopher street, North river, 2:10. Fare
6dc. N. B.?Fred Binders will be on board thla steamer with
hi* shell. a
T> ROOKLYN, BATH AND CONEY ISLAND RAILJj
road. Steam care are running every half hour: cars
from Hamilton, Wall, South and Fulton ferries connect at
Greenwood. q
_ t]
TAAILY EXCURSIONS FOR KEYPORT.?THE STEAMER d
It HOLM DEL. Captain James U, Taylor, will leave New p
York for Keyport during the month of July at 13 o'elork M. |
returning will leave Keyport at 6 P. M.. Saturdays excepted; t
from New York, Saturdaya at 2 P. M. Fare 40 cents. Ex- a
eurslon tickets All cents. a
Excelsior park.
To Excursionists.-Hot dinners famished with all kinds l
of refreshments. Delightful walks, living springs, good J
bathing and tine cooking.
FjOORT LEE, PLEASANT VALLEY AND SUADY- "
1 side.?Steamboat FORT LF.E leaves Thirty-fourth street
every Sunday at lots' and 2"i o'clock. Steamboat PALISADE
leaves Spring street dally, Sundays Included, at 10, 3, 5 v
and 7U o'clock; 25c. the round trio. Return tickets good on
either boat. " J
F'or coney island.-the steamer norwalk,
Captain O. W. Wilson, makes regular trips to Coney
Island, leai Ing Christopher street. North river, 9:20, lSdS)
and3:20; Warren street at 9:40, 12:40 and 3:40; pier 4, Morris
street, North river, nt 10, 1 and 4 o'clock. The steamer
SYLVAN SHORE, Captain E. T. Wilson, makes regular ti
trips to Coney Island, leaving North Eighth street. Williamsburg,
at 8 A. M.; Broome street, New York, at 6:30, 11:20 and c
3 :3d; Peck slip at 6:40, 11:4U and 2;40: Fulton ferry, Brooklyn,
at 6, 12 and 8 o'clock. b
FOH FAR ROCKAWAY-LASDINO AT ALL THE *
Hotels nu the beach each way. Steamer R. L. MAREY, b
l.apl. Phillips, will run regular every day, commencing Julv 7.
1S>9, leaving Eighth street. East river, at 8 A. M.; Peck slip, b
8:1H A. M.; Fulton ferry, Brooklyn, g :30 A. M.; pier No. 4
North river, 9 A. M.; returning will leave Far Rockaway at 4 b
P. M.. allowing passengers llvs hours on the beach, arriving >
at the city 7 P. M. All freight takes at reasonable rates. I
Pare 00 cents each way. GEO. T. HAMMI3.
Grand excursion to bandy hook, red bank b
and Long Branch.?The steamboat SEA BIRD leaves
pier foot WaiTen street, North river, Sunday morning, July *
II, at 8 o'clock. Returning?Leaves Red Bauk tl 4)i P. M.,
affording a fine view of tbo Atlantic Ocean and plenty time
to bathe or go to Long Branch to dine and return same day.
MORNING LINE TO pf.EK8KILL.?TIIE STEAMER *
ANTELOPE leaves every morning, without exception,
from the toot of Harrison street at 8 o'clock, landing at Ihlrtyfonrth
street at 8%: Yonkrre, Hastings, D?>bha' Korry, (Tarrvtown
and Nyack byuferry, iSing Sing, Havrritraw, Grassy e
Point and Vsrplanke. r
PICNIC AND EXCURSION PARTIE8 CAN CHARTER 1
from us the best Groves, Steamboats and Ilarges, as we J
control the best. Satisfaction guaranteed. ?
BLOOMER A CO., t48 front street. J
REGULAR SUNDAY BOAT FOR KEYPORT?ON AND |
I V after Sunday, Jane 6, the steamboat GENERAL 8EDO- J
WICK will make her regular trips between New York and ?
Kerport, making the uaual landing*. Leave foot of Barclay J
street SI A. M. Leave steamboat landing Keyport 4 P. M. ?
Regular hunday evening boat for alhany f
and Troy. -The CONNECTICUT, the fastest, elegant J,
r>ver steamer In the world, leaves pier 44 North river, fool of J];
Spring street, at 6 o'clock, and foot of West Thirty-fourth "j
street at 8:16 o'clock P. X., making through connocllone for
all pulnti West, North aud Northwest, via the New York
Central, Albany and Susquehanna, and Rensselaer and Para- J:
toga Railroads.
IJTEAMBR THOMAS E. HULSB LEAVES FOOT OF 6:
tO Christopher street daily, Sundays included, 10, 8, f>\ ~
and 7(or Pleasant \ alley and Fort Leu, landing at Thirty- S
fourth si reel all trips but the 7t, up. How to get the boat, '
lake Grand street ears to Thirty-fourth street and Fulton 'I
ferry care of the lllceoiter street Una to Christopher street. '
Music oo hoard, ^
OINDAY MORNING BOAT FOR NKWHURG-FARK J
O 5n cents. - The steamer THOMAS COLLY ER, will lcavn ?
pier foot of Warren street on Sunday morning, July 11, at 7)^
o'clock, Thirty-fourth street at 7:4o. landing at Yonkcra,
Hastings, Dohbs' Ferry, Ir. Inqton. sing 6lng. .liaivcrstraw, ~
Coxzene', Cold Spring and Cornwall. 8
Returning?Leaves Newburg at I :b0, A
Arriving In Nsw York at 8 o clock P. M.
SUNDAY EXCURSIONS?TDK new AND SPLENDID
steamboat fiUNNYKIDK. the largest day boat on the ?
river, will make regular Sunday trips to Newhurg leaving g
pier 3d North river, foot of Vestry street, at 7:30 A. M., and |
Thirty fourth street at 7:4tl, touching at Y linkers snd Cozzens', },
only, giving three hours at Newburg. Fare IM for the trip. R
> Returning, will leave at 'J1 i P. M., arriving at New York at r
8:110 P.M. During camp meeting tbie boat will run to Sing y.
inf.
CUNDAY BOAT roil OLE* COVE-LANDING AT
0 Whlleitone. Panda Point, Glenwood and Koslyn.
Steamer ARKOtVSMITlI will leave Peck flip, plar No. 24 1
I.att i-lver, Sunday, July 11, at 9 A. M., atopplng al Thirty- J
aevcutn at rent each way. w
THE NEW, SPLENDID AND VERY FAST STEAMER =
RUNNYS1DK, la offered for charter to aocletle*. aelect
pitrllce and Sunday BchoolS, aa tlie moat doalrable rioat In
New 1'orit for excnraiona. Apply to J. C. OIBBH, on board, ?
pier 3d North river, or to CROCKER, WOOD A CO., 62 I
South atrrnt,
fltO CHARTER FOR EXCURSIONS?THE FINE PEA 1
alramer YANKEE, Captain Andrew Jfeniiemey. Tha ?
YANK EE ha* juat beeu thoroughly overhauled, painted and I
reriled, with awninga, Are., ana la the beat steamer for excur- ,
aloua, pb-nlca, Ac., In New York. She can be chartered on _
reasonable terma of the Atlantic Submarine Wreoklng Com- n
pany. <12 South atreet. |
fPHE STEAMBOAT H, M. COOL FOR CHARTER.- ?
1 She line aaloon accommodations for Gtlfll Addreaa or L
apply to P. HAMMOND, No. 9 Morrla atreet, Jeraey City. g
TO CHARTER FOR EXCURSIONS. TIIK STEAMBOAT :
General Sedgwick, having been thoroughly overhauled
and painted, will be ready to make excnraiona from New ""
York and vicinity. For tcrma Inqulraof tba Stephens A Coinlit l
Steamplilp Company, pi?r 2d North rtvor, foot Barclay atraet, -f
New \ ore, or foot Centra atraet, Newark, N.J, '
.nusicAi,. _ J
ACOMFETENT TEACHER OF THE PIANO WISHES A
a few puplia In Ihla city, Brooklyn and Jersey City ; f.r' t fr
claaa refarrncea; terms rnoderaie. rleaae addreaa Protciaor C
B., box 124 Herald oljoe. ?
A GENTLEMAN. FCPIL OF THE COURT PIANIST j,
to Ibe King ol Prussia, wl.l five Instruction on the Piano ~
at moderate lerma; euparlor references. Please addreaa
Profeaaor 8., 23d Eaat Klaremh atreet. J
AI.I NTLKMAN WII-L GIVE INSTRUCTION ON THE ?
Piano, at pupll'a realdenee, for if 10 per quarter; heal of
references given. Address, with lealdcnce, Teacher, box 134 g
llernld olllce.
a REAUTtrrL oi.n amatt vtoi.tn made in ore. I
J\. mnii, 16M, brilliant lone mi.I veiv (rood order, mmt he n
Hold within 8 dave for the cheap price o't ijtifl. Mo. Stitl Went ?
Thirty-eighth etroet, between t?ey*nlh end Eighth aTagqef,
? POWERFUL BARITONE WIHHE8 AM ENfMOE- ?
A if-i'i ft r.'n?tr*l troupe. Addreei Ktlolae Decore. ?'
bos If* UerelJ ofl.ve.
CM I'ITAR ANb RIMOIMO. NAPOLEON OOL'LD, OUI J.
J Uriel, enables hie implle In a few leiaona to areomi any V
lOnge end play effectively. CfsO Fourth avenue. Kettjo taught JL
practically by Bote. "
f P8HONR ON the PIANO BY AN EXPERIENCED ''
J J teacher, f-' per month ; predion given If deeirtd. I,4u7 .
Broadway, nc.u Fifty third street.
MUSICAL CORONET- TF.S CENTS PER COPY; J
Operua, Overtures. I'olkae, Quadrilles, Ronev, Ac. r
Trade supplied through American N?we Company. Liberal _
discount. FAIKCHILD k OWYKR.377 Slstn avenue, j
H EDUCED TERMS. MR. S. TUCKET, PROKF.8SOB OF r
the PUnofotte, Or^?n and hinging. trill give private n
leaenna at Aid per quarter. Addreas 117 Weal l'oity-Hrat ?
atreet. near Hiltn avenue, p
WANTED A (lOOH ORHANIST FOR A CHAPTER OP t,
11 K. A. Maeorte lnqnlie at W lilyhtb avenue, between t
Twcutv ninth and fhulletb meets, In dual elorc, II
1EJST.
AMMEMBNTI).
H RAND OFKRA HOUSE.
Comet TwwljlKM itml and HiMk aTinaa.
uFov^q- KOtRTfl WCKK.
FOURTH WEEK.
ILCXESA FOURTH WEEK.
LUCILLE WESTERN,
LUCILLE WESTERN,
LDCILLE WESTERN,
LUCILLE WESTERN*
LUCILLR WESTERN,
EVERT EVENIN^0"-"1 "*****?'
EVERY EVENING.
EVERY EVKN1NU.
SATURDAY MATINEB AT 1
SATURDAY MATIN RE AT L
SATURDAY MATINEE AT S.
5S5E2' OLIVER TWIST.
!*SgI RVKES, In OLIVER TWIST.
AgCJ SXSSf* '? OLIVER TWIST.
IANCY SVKES, In OLIVER TWIST.
IANCY RYKK8 n OLIVER TWIST
IANCY SYS:kB l" OLIVER TWIST.
GENERAL ADMISSION 60 CENTS.
GENERAL ADMISSION 60 CENTS.
OENERAL ADMISSION 60 CENTS.
LOOK OUT FOR THKJJIIILD STEALER.
"\LYMFI0 THEATRE- BEGINS AT EIGHT.
J CONTINUED SUCCESS.
w<Jii 1 in I EU BUUUKH8.
HE ONLT O. L. POX'8 AMERICAN PANTOMIME
HE ONLY TAN TONIMR, PANTONINE
HE ONLY UICCORY PANTOMIME
HE ONLY DICCORY HOCK. PANTOMIME
HE ONLY THE MATCHLESS PANTOMIME
HE ONLY CLOWN. 0. L. KOX. PANTOMIME
HE ONLY ENJOYABLE Fl'N. PANTOMIME
HE ONLY MLLE. HAN'IALL PANTOMIME
HE ONLY RKAUTIKL'L PANTOMIME
HE ONLY NEW BALLETS. PANTOMIME
HE ONLY TUB SENSATIONAL PANTOMIME
HE ONLY KIKALPYH. PANTOMIME
HE ONLY TROUPE OP PANTOMIME
HE ONLY ELEVEN DANCERS. FANTOM1MB
HE ONLY MLI.K. 1IANIOLA, PANTOMIME
HE ONLT 1MKK AND ROLOSHY. PANTOMIME
MATINEE8 IX. WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAY'S.
[YTOOD'S MUSEUM.
? T OKO. WOOD Proprietor and Vui|?r
Open trornfl A. M. until 10 P. M.
TWO PERFORMANOES DAILY.
Third Week of the oogugumeut of
K. EDDY,
on which occeelou he will appear In
TWO OP HIS ORBAT SPECIALTIES.
EVERY EVENINO AT 8
I. EDDY na tlie CHIFFONIER,
In the play In prologue and three acts of the
RAO PICKER OK PARIS,
RAO PICKER OP PARIS,
anil EVERV AFTERNOON at Sin the
CORSICAN BROTHERS.
COU8ICAN BROTHER.
A<tmlulon?Family Clrele. <0 rente: Drew Circle aud Paruet,
60 rental Reeerved Scute In Drew Circle and Parnet,
76 . nuts', Oreboelra and Balcony ('hair*, $1.
YiilCU INCLUDE ALL THE MUSEUM CURIOBITIRB.
CENTRAL PARK OARDEN,
J ben-nth a*., between Flftr-elghth and Fifty niath eta
THEODORE THOMAS'
GRAND
POPULAR GARDEN CONCERTS.
THIS BUN DAY, JULY II, 18?#,
TWO GRAND CONCERTS.
TWO GRAND CONOKRT8.
FTERNOON AT 8X- EVENINO AT 8 O'CLOCK.
Mr. J. LEVY.
lie greateet Vltuoto of the day, on the Cornet-a-Ptslon, together
with the eminent Sololste already connected with
HEODORK THOMAS* UNRIVALLED ORCHESTRA,
WILL APPEAR AT BOTH CONCERTS,
to a new and brilliant programme every Concert.
Jonductor THEODORE THOMAS
ADMISSION. THIRTY-FIVE CENTS.
PRIVATE BOXES, EXTRA, TWO DOLLARS.
^yT ALLACK'3.
CROWDED HOUSES.
PRONOUNCED SUCCESS.
The exquisite drama of
DORA AT ( 1*. M.,
nd the glorioue burleeque of
BLACK-EYED SUSAN AT 10 P. M.
The New York Herald. Saturday. July 10, lay*:?
"The difference between the sham applause of the clauert,
now practised at so many of our leading theaties. and
ho genuine applause of an appreciative and delighted auleuce,
la nightly exemplified at Wallaek'e, where the hearty
laudita of admiring thouaande ring out clear and unreorvvd
with a epontanelty which le la truly refreshing. Here
be entire audience Join* In the manlfeatatlon of approval aa
, alight reward to tuose upon the boards who hart amused
nd inatructud tbeni in tha play."
M ATI SEE SATURDAY, AT 1 P. M.
FRENCH THEATRE, HTH ST.. CORNER OP <TU AV.
P GRAND SCOTTISH NIGHT.
BENEFIT OF CHARLES H. MORTON,
inder tha patronage of the
NEW VORK CALEDONIAN CLUH.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 11,
ROB ROY,
rith a great cast. A boat of volunteora.
i)ATRIA Y L1BEHTAD.
L ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
GRAND BENEFIT ENTERTAINMENT
for tha
PATRIOT CUBANS,
ON TUESDAY, JULY 10.
The most eminent talant In the city have kindly vo'.uneored,
and the programme of tha antertalumeiit will be
NOVEL, INTERESTING AND AMUSING,
omprialug
FRENCH VAUDEVILLE AND OI'EKA BOUFFB,
y MM. Oenot, Francia, Bourgo'n, Mice. Yicturia Maurice
nd otbar artiste of the Frcnuh theatre.
GRAND BALLETS,
y Miles. Dlanl, Baretta and Corpa de Ballet.
NEW CUBAN PLAY,
y eminent amateure.
GRAND MISCRLLANEOUB CONCERT,
ra number of eminent artlata, Including Mme. Lumley,
file. Fllomeno. Mme. La Tuer, Mtae Marian Taylor, Mr.
larry Sanderson. Slxnor Random, Stgnor Aberle.
NEW CUBAN PATRIOTIC SONG,
ompoaed expreaely for tlxta occasion by Henry Toekor and
uns ly Mlaa Fanny Stockton.
FCLL ORCHESTRA, conducted by CARL ANSCHUTZ,
rlio has generously volunteered his services.
Final Patriotic Tableau and Song,
LA MARSEILLAISE,
FOR SOLOS, CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA,
iSalaled by the entire company.
kdmisalnn One Dollar.
Referred state, f I SO. Family elrele, SO cenle.
Private boxes, 96, $6, $10.
Bale of eeata commences on Tuaaday morning, at the Acadmr
of Mitain. Rpkirmpr1!. 7tl1 RtdkiIwa*. anil Plarr Vf/ie.
lasey'B, 748 Broadway.
[BRYANT'S MINSTRELS, FOURTEENTH STREET
IJ LAST NIGHT BUT ONE OK THE SEASON.
IRYANT'8 MINSTRELS THE LIVE INOIN.
IRYANT'8 MINSTRELS Threeo'Cloek Train.
IRVANT'S MINSTRELS Hum! on Vor Head.
IRTANT'S MINSTRELS CAPT. JINKS.
IRYANT'8 MINSTRELS Lore In All Cornera.
IRTANT'S MINSTRELS JACK CADE.
IRY ANT'S MINSTRELS Parquet 50c., Oalierv 95c.
IRVANT'S MINSTRELS DAN BRYANT'S, 14th atrtet.
'OA BROADWAY. 620
)ZU LADIES' NEW YORK 620
20 ANATOMICAL MUSEUM. 020
20 <S> <i> A 620
20 T "Know Tliyaelf." T T Life Wllbtn Life, f 650
20 4 ??> 4 ? (so
20 No lady (medical student or otherwise) ehorld 020
JO fail to visit thla marvallunt an I won Jarful colleo- 020
W lion. Females only in e.tleodanna. 620
SO Open from ? A. M. 11116 P. M. 620
lONOSAND BALLADS IN BOOSEY'S MUSICAL CABIj
NET?Price 50c. each number, poat free.
5 Baritone Songs . 18>. 21 Song) for Oentlemen (18',
1 Claribel'a, Gabriel's and 20 Songa for Ladies vlSj.
Balfo's IB Conge. 54 Sacred Songs (14'.
H Mnnrt'a Irish Melodic)'20 , 94 Celebrated Ballads (20).
6 Htebop Songa (18'. 42 Welsh Songa (2HI.
U Songa of Scotland (20). 64 Cumin Songa (25).
BOOHF.Y A CO.,
644 lorer Savings Bank; Broadway, New York.
.'ADONAL CONSERVATORY OF MOfIC,
i Eighth atrcet, between Broadway and Fourth aranua.
ferine?$10 per quarter. No vacation.
TUB LUCTirilK SEASON.
MPORTANT LECTURES TO GENTLEMEN ONLY, ON
Interesting, Invaluable and ecientlilc subjects, showing
ow to lire and wnat to live for, are delivered dally at the
rw York Mosaam of Anatomy. Those unable to attend
an receive a copy bv.forward.ng 25 ceuls to the secretary,
IB Broadway.
~ BROOKLYN BOARD. J
JOAKD, BROOKLYN HEIQHT8.-A LA ROE SECOND
> utory front Room; alio pleasant third etnry Ronmr,
IthlTi (Its minute*1 walk of Fulton and Wall street ferries;
nation delightful for summer; references. 70 Willow at.
MISCEI.IiAiMKOirS.
ilRKE CONSULTATIONS IN CASES OF CIIKONIC DIS"
eases at the offices of Dr. OATHS, 107 East Seventeenth
,r?et, second door from Union aouarn. Offices oiieo from 9
. M. till 7 p. M.
{OISFH OVERHAULED AND PUT IN GOOD ORDER
by EDWARDS A BROWN, earpentera and but.dura,
r.rihweit corner Thirty ninth acrocl and Broadway.
IdHB UTMOST DELICACY AND CONSIDERATION EIL
perlericed at Dr. MA KROW'H Mtdlcal Establishment, 92
Mng*< n atrrct, South Brooklyn. Moreover, a reliance In a
ci feet restoration to pristine vigor and an entire |nirllioalion
I the system. Consultations from 10 till 9 aud trom 4 till H.
uridaya till B.
~ MKOICAIm - ....
A LI, PRIVATE DISEASES CI RKD IMMEDIATELY
\ without mercury. -Ofike and consultations very prlate.
Dr. HARRISON, 177 Wrecker atreet.
VURKAT AND SURE REMEDY FOR MARRIED
ladlea.?The Portiigoete Femala I'llla alwaya give unledlate
relief, being ape< lally prepared for married ladlea.
lady wrltea: -Theae pit,a rel erei tne In on a day, without
ironvenlenre, like magic. I rice 46. Dr. A. M. MAURIKAU.
olDce 129 Liberty atreet, or acnt hy mall.
I - LADIESM'HrsTt:!AN.-DB. ABCHBRTNO. S AMI\
. ty place, gu.iranleea aure relief at once, without danger.
Irjntil rooma, Ao. ^
\i.? i'iw ii.i ti. i ?...nnj.ti.1,1-, i/ii m,sj
Twenty-elntb street, near Hlitb avenue, having over 11
ears' successful and uninterrupted practice In lUlsrity. euarntces
relief In *11 female complaints, wither without mediae;
relief Jo ihe rnost nnilous In twenty-four toure. Elemil
room*, board and fining.
V -MADAMK (IKl.Mil E, FEMALE FUnOU*. IN
. - , i , '..I ' ,lrr*t< K"aruul?w relief to all fa>a.a
complalntn. i Icaiant rooms for uujtlii#.
i I'JUr\I?,POyMh FOR LADIES THF-OPOn 8IOK\
n#??. All fe.na.e Complaints attended In, from whatrer
vauac. 324 Wot Thirty-third street. Female phystan.
4 CERTAIN I I RE FOR MARRIED LADIES, WITH
V or without medicine, by Madame ULiilJtld', .o.Hsaor
! Midwifery; over IKI rears' practice. Her Infulllo'a French
cmale Pills, No. I, price $1, or No. 2, specially prepared for
arrled ladles, price which can never fall, are safe and
'alihy. Hold only at her oHlm, No. t Kaal Fifty-second
rcct, first door from Fifth avenue, and at druggist's, IAI
reenwich Mm t, or eent l.y mall. Caution.?All oihere are
runterfelt.
I MMK. VAN BI SHIRK, PHVRICIAN AND MID.
I * Ife, cores at one Interview; elegant Rooms for mirerg.
A v 4'J si. Mark's p ace. _____
V I" H I A \ T 10 FEMALES.-DR. AND MADAME DUBOIS
I1J years' prarllce) guarantee certain relief toraar.
led ladlet, with or without medicine; no pain or fnconveIcuce.
Female reeiorallve AS. Pelienle from a dlalanne pre
ided with Board, nurelng, Ac. Electricity eclrntllkally ay
lied. No. l.'d Feet Twenty-eighth street, near Third ar-nue
'ORE CORE IN 14 HOURS, WITH OR WITHOUT
medicine. Onnsn'tatlone free Dr. and Mine. tfUKLA.
I East Thirtieth street.
?_ ??? ?
AMPSKMBNTW.
POOTITS TBRATRK,
D Twenty third street, between Fifth ud Sixth arenaee.
FOURTH WlililC.
MONDAY and EVERY KVENTNn during th? weak
and SATURDAY M ATI MICE,
MR. EDWIN ADAMR,
MISS RI.ANOHE DR BAR, MISS FANNY MORANT,
In Madame de Marguerite's Domestio Drama, lu Ave atf?,
entitled ENOOH ARDEN.
Doors openalT^ito ooromeoceat 8 oYloek.
Beats secuted alx dave Id adrance at the Box Office of the
theatre or at Ita branch ticket oflioe, at the musto store of 0.
H. Dltaon k Oo., 711 Broadway.
Engagement for a limited period with
Mr. KOKEKT PATEMAN,
the celebrated comedian mid pantotnlmlat, from the Londog
and provincial theatre*. HI* llret appearance here, when hd
will make hi* Bret appearance In TOM, In
THE DUMB MAN OK MANCHESTER,
and SIMMONS, In the Drama or
THE BP1TALFIELD WEAVER,
with the comic piece of
SUDDEN THOUGHTS.
SIHRATKB OOMIQUE, OPPOSITE 8T! NTcHOLAS
Hotel.
H1TK A SPENCER Leaaeoa and Proprietors
AN ENTIRE CnANOE OK PERFORMANCE
The management take pleaaure in announcing an engagm
ment for a limited number of nights with the distinguishes
end popular artist*,
ROSE and HARRY W ATKINS,
who will Inaugurate a complete change In the style of enteiw
talnment ao universally prevalent In the dramatic world by
the production of
A NEW COMIC DRAMA.
ILLUSTRATING ROME OP THE PECULIAR PHASES Of
NEW YORK SOCIETY.
The performance will commence with the new c.imlg
drama in three acta, Illustrative of man'a tlokleaeaa and wtt*
man'a resolve to wlu a buehand, entitled
CAUOHT AT LAST.
CAI'OHT AT LAST.
Cleopatra Honlton, a milliner and Girl of the
Period Rose Watkiaf
Prank Sckemely, a hotel sign board and man
about town Harry WatklM
Concluding with the very humoroue and original niece, by
Mr. Welkin*, called
IT TAKES TWO TO QUARREL
M ATI NEB EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AT It
Niblo's oarden.
Leeacea and Malinger* JAR RETT ti PALMER
another ureat success. _
reconstruction reconstruction
of
sinbad the sailor.
extraordinary combination.
unprecedented noveltt*
grand triple alliance.
THE LYDIA TU0MP80N
BURLESQUE COMPANY.
Enthusiastic reception of the celebrated
LAURI FAMILY,
LAU/tl FAMILY,
the wonderful PantomluilstA
Re-tngagemsnt of the
clodoche trouph
of
FRENCH DANCERS.
Brilliant triumph of the
GRAND BALLET COMPANY
of
THIRTY-SIX YOCNG LADIES,
And the
NEW YORK FEMALE DRUM CORPS.
Creat bit of the
BURLESQUE BOSTON JUBILEE,
with the
CELEBRATED ANVIL CHORUS,
performed by the
DRUM CORPS AND OftAND BALLET.
618 MUSEUM OF ANATOMY^
US Broadway. *18
SIS . fjf
818 We are fearfully and I JUJ
as wonderfully mads. I OS
as The Beauties, Wonders and Monstrosities of SM
618 the Human and Animal Creation to be seen at SIS
OS one visit. SIS
HOOLErS OPERA HOUSE, BROOKLYN.'
JOB EMMETT, the Dutch comedian. JOB HMMETT.
JOHNNY HART, theirreot Western comedian.
SINBAI) THE SAILOR.
TIIE CLODHOPPER TROUPE, of French burlesque dancer
Ac. OR AND MAT1NEBB VERY SATURDAY, at %'A o'cIoeM_
DISTIN'S ENOLI6H CORNETS, USED BY TUB MOS?
eminent solo players In the world, from ?23. Lkti of
prices and drawings mailed free on application to BOOSE*
A CO., Music Publishers, 81* Broadway, New York.
Louisville opera house, harry c. batesl
manager.?Firat class stars and Indies and gentlemen or
ahllltr wishing engagements for the ensiitog season will
please address Mr. BATES or S. B. DUFFIKLD. Mace manager,
care of C. T. Pareloe, dramatic agent, 660 Broadway*
corner of Prince street. ___
Banjo, cloo, jio, son a and dance and irisi!
Jig Dancing taught by JOHN BOOAN, ICO Eaat Ilouf
ton strsot, near Broadway. ,
NEW AND ELEGANT MUSIC AT TEN CENTS.-*
Dancing Wavelets, Polka Rndotvs; "Break, Ilreakl
Break," beautiful ballad. Musical Coronet. 377 Sixth avenuSt
Sold everywhere. American News Company, Agenti.
TO LET-TUB THEATRE FRANCAIS, BY THB
night, week or month. Apply to J. QRAU, DircctoN
Theatre Prancale.
PIANOFORT128.~
a BRILLIANT AND MKAIITtFtTL ROSEWOOD I'TXUtV
A forte, from one of Hie beat city makers, used onlj tH
months, for sale at a treat eacritlce; also two satin brncntel
Parlor Suits, Tablet, Paintings, Brotixcj, Carpeta, Curtains,
Chamber and Pitting Furniture, Mattresses, for leaa thata
half original coat; family leaving city. 118 Weal Twenty*
tilth street, between Sixth and Seventh avenues.
A?FOR SALE, AT A BARGAIN, MAGNIFICENT 7hjj
octave rosewood Pianoforte, richly finished, with fouF
round corners, back tame aa the front, triple mouldings,'
serpentine bottom, alcgant carved lege, and moat elaborate!*
finished throughout; made by the moat celebrated cits
makers to order; ha* rloh and powerful tone. Apply at DM
Sixth avenue, near Fortieth a tract. N. B lias box for Shiga
ping, and must be sold this week. A. L. BATTKK3QM. |
A"CIIICKERINO? AND A "RTEINWAY" BEVRfi
octave Pianoforte; also "Stodart" seven octavs upright
ncor'y new, and several others, at extremely low prices.
JOHN C. BARNES, 137 Eighth strset, near Broadway, ^I
4 MAGNIFICENT NEW 1U OCTAVE PIANO, CBLE*
Jl brntcd maker, agraffe treble, round corners, for dML
worth $iT>il; also a 7 octave, same cla??, for $300, worth QUO. '
Address Musio Teachsr, No. ! Amity straet, New York.
4 GREAT REDUCTION OF PRICES OF FIRS#
A class Pianos at RTEEDMAN A IIOLLVF.R'S; second
hand from Bilk). Factory and waierooms 55 West Sixtecntlf )
street, betweeu Fifth and Sixth avenues. Instilments takeaa
A PIANO FOR ?100-SEVEN OCTAVE ROr'KWOOtff
iron flame, city maker; a great bargain for cash, Al
J. RIDDLES, 18 Amity street, noar Broadway. ,TT
New pianofortes $276 to $soo; second hand
Planoe $40 to $200; raw Cabinet Organs #45 ami up!
wards. C. M. TREMAlNE A 1iro.,
Broome street, near Broadway.!, '
PIANOS, MELODEONS AND ORGANS.-l'RICKj
X gTj.it;j reduced for cash; new 7 octave Pianos for $2m
and upward; new Cabinet Organ 1 for #4} and upward!
second band Instruments from #40 to $176. Monthly ln?taU
tnenta recalrcd and lnatrumenta for rent. Wareroom* 4U
Broadway. HORACE WATERS.
PIANOS WANTED?IN EXCHANGE FOB GOOD)
farming tanda wltliln one hundred miles of New York
city. Clear title ami tree of Incumbrances.
RENNET A KEENER, ?7 Cedar KrcetJ|
TWO MAGNIFICENT PLANTATIONS IN GEORGIA
for sale or eichange for New York city property. Apply,
to C. B. HOWARD, residence 44(1 West Thirty-fourth street!
or office 679 Eleventh avenue. ,
HOUSES, KOO US, tfce., WANTUII. ^v1
A LADY DESIRES ONE OR TWO FI RNISHEtt
Rooms, where ehe can receive pupils. It- f. leueel
given and required. Addrees Mlas A. W., Herald office. ,T,
A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE WISH To HIRE PAR?,
of a House, where the rent would be taken In board!
no objection to children. Addiess Mrs. ADAMS, 221 East
Twenty vlxth slroet.
Any party having a large first class
nlshed Houso In a central location to rent can And i$
readvand responsible tenant by calling upon S. B. GOODALB
Noe. 7 and a Twenty-third atreet, Fifth Avenue Hotel.
IN RNrSHED HOUSE ON STATEN ISLAND?WANTEB?"
a suiall Houaa for a gentleman nod wife; North ShorJ
preferred. Rent tnuat bo very low for one year or longelv
Address, wltb-full particulars, (}., Herald office. X
UOUNF. WANTED?CONVENIENT TO FERRY: REN?
not over #400, Addreaa F. K., Herald office. f (
XJffANTED SECOND FLOOR, WITH WATKR AMD
TT c??, for a gentleman an<1 wife; mint ha In a mod loosi
tlon; not above Thtiiy-fourih street and not below geconffi;
aveuua; rant nut to esccad <?. Address A. M., Hemic
office,
WANTED?HY A MEDICAL MAN, WirE AND TIJREffi?
children, Basement, largo bedroom, unfurnished. or
one Ron n nrai floor and two up stalrr; respeclablo neighbor*,
hood Indlspeustble. References exchanged. Would be pelt
msnent lodKera for two jrrar* certain. Reot not to etceaC
$250 per annum. Address J., care of Mr. Musson, IM Brrgcg
treat, Brooklyn. ^
WANTED FURNISHED ROOM AND llKDttOOW,
with three bads, bathroom aud water nloset on snraw
floor; locality between Fourth and Seventeenth streets sua
Fourth and Filth areoues. Apply to JOHN MuD'INaLD,
No. 8 Battery place. __
WANTED FOR A GENTEEL, DISCREET LADY A
in nlahcd Room; orhts fi'< to a 30 par month. Partial
basing hoarders or large families ncod not apply. Addree#
Decision, llerald offica^ __
Til ANTED IMMEDIATELY?B>' A 8MALL FAMILY,
VY I'art of a furnished house for Intuapkisenlng; must b% ,
centrally located and good neighborhood *ou convenient to
curs and sieges. Address, with full particulars, W, T. B., bos
137 Herald office,
"117 ANTED?A SMALL HOUSE OR FART OF "i
TT llotita In or near lha city, at a low rant, or Hoard In
private family for a gentleman and wlfo. Address, firing
location and terms, W. F. If., bo* 3,Soft I'oat office.
WAVTP.fl-A SMALL, rt'RVINHfln ODTTAOE, WITH.
In one hour of Wall atrcet, by a responsible family oC
thres adulie; rent must ho moilerats. Adurees, slellna locae
Hon and particulars, with lowest price par annum, O. E., boa
,?? New York Tost office.
WANTED?A SMALL UO' 8R AT A REASON A BlU
rent, on tha west ude of Hie city, by a family of adfEOl
Address J. II. M ., Herald office. ^ %
WANTED A SMALL HOUSE, PART OP IIOl'SE Dig
Apartments, suitable foi housekeeping, by a genllcunaffi
and lady. Address M.S., bos till llerald olfioe.
WANTED A LA ROE FURNISHED llOl'BE ON FIET^
avenue: Immediate possession required. Addi'tll '<
Huuae, bos Sts I'oat office, New York.
WANTED-A RMALL IIOURF, OR LOWER PART Offi
a Houm, In a central location , w.st of Rroadwey pcn?
furred. Terms rnual be moderate. Kent payable In advene*.
Andreas, with full particulars. Oaoriia 0. E., bos 4,611 NtW
\ ork i ost office.

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