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H~ iT l PLAIN BITT COMFORTABLY FUHNIfiHKD Saw, with first elw BwnLerwMbenti tSw mi* on* requiring n UMing; sernii modatiu. ?ct Biuy-w^mU ?'ree?. ? 8K0OND FLOOft-TIIBBE BftOMB) PRIVATE I b(lh; closets, *c v with Private table only. Apply At ? E?<? Twentieth street, between Brotulway mad Fourth ivenue. _________________ jftCELY FURNISHED PARLOR AND BEDROOM, lor irntleiiMn Mid wife; Board (w lady only. CAll l?r three days at No. 7 First street ?"ILARUIi THIRD FLOOR ROOM, HOT AND COLD I water urate tire; Plimpton bed If desired; aiso tpper side Room ; superior Board. 33 West Thirty-third Street, near Broadway. SPIT OF DESIRABLE BOOMS. NEATLY FUR nished. on second floor, front, with Board. Tor gentle and wile, <30; also hall Bedroom for gentleman, $10; eeiMW brown atone, with modern Improvement*; rcfer iiKirt MB Kast Nineteenth street, nearlrtiug place. a -THO LARGE, HANDftOMELT FUBNIBHED 1. Boom*, with Board, in a refined Southern family, at IH West Eleventh street, between University place and rtlth avenue. 2 FLOORS. SECOND AND THIRD, HANDSOMELY lurni'hed, with mirrors and eltaudeliersi ample rloset roem; private table If desired; Ideation unexcep tionable i references exchanged, tit) West Thtrty-elghth ?t 2 OB THREE VERY NICE CONNECTING ROOMS, together or singly. with first clat* Board and attend tnce. references exchanged. 36 Ninth street, between Broadway and fniveriity place. Q LIVINGSTONE PLACE, EAST OF 8TUYVB8ANT O square.?Handsomely furnished Room*, with or tllkMl private table; references exchanged. 3 NICELY FURNISHED BOOKS FOR HOUSEREEP Ing or gentlemen, with or without Board; gas, batli, Ac.; terms verv reasonable. U9 Seventh avenue, ooraer Kony-thlrd street Call lor three days. A DOORS FROM MADISON AVENUE, 38 EAST THIR. r ty-seccnd street?Large, sunny Room, on second taoT. large Room ou fourth floor, with Board; house and table Urn class. 4 BAST TWENTIETH STREET.?A PARLOR AMD Bedroom, third floor; also three Room* for single gentlemen, to let with Board, references given and re quired. 5 WEST WASHINGTON PLACE, TWO DOORS FROM Mucdoucal street.?Handsomely furnished trout Room on second floor; other Rooms, together or separate, With Board ; comfortable home for the Winter. 6TI1 AVENUE, 3*7.?SECOND FLOOR, ENTIRE, OR Suits of Rooms on tho second and third floors; unex ceptionable table; house first class; references ex changed. Call Tuesday and Wednesday. 5VANDAM STREET, NEAR MACDOUGAL ?HAND spinely lXirnlnhed tront Parlor and Bedroom; also doable Rooms, suitable for-iwo, With or without Board; day boarders accommodated. tfcC TO ?I0 PER WEEK FOR SINGLE ROOMS, AT 172 <[>U Blcecker street; Rooms for families or two gentle men; good table; location central d>? TO $10 PER WEEK, ft] 50 PER DAY. >PU Pleasant Rooms, with excellent Board, for families and single people, at 170 Bleeck.tr street, six blocks west ef Broatf* JV. TO $8 PER WEEK FOR NICELY FURNISHED yu Rooms, with Board; families accommodated equally low ; hot and cold water In rooms, at 139 Mac dougal street near Fourth. d>? TO tin FOR WELL-FURNISHED ROOMS, WITn 'TU good Board, tfcr families or single gentlemen. Ap ply at IW) Bleeclter street 7 TO 12 NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH EXCEL leut Board, for gentlemen and their wives or lor single gentlemen. 13*4 Macdougai street, ou block from Washington square; house just opened. Q EAST TWENTY-SECOND STREET?AN ENTIRE '/ Second Floor to let, with or without private tuble. Relernnces exchanged. 9 EAST NINTH STREET, BETWEEN UNIVERSITY place and Fifth avenue.?Three double Rooms and two single Rooms, for gentlemen or gentlemen aud wives; table boarders accommodated. 1A EAST THIRTY-THIRD STREET.?A LAROE HALL .11/ Room on third, also front and back Room un lourlli floor, nicely furnished, to rent, with Board. n UNIVERSITY PLACE, CORNER CLINTON.?A pleasant well furnished front Room ami Bedroom, connecting, ou second floor, to let, with first class Hoard ; also trout Room on third floor and bingie Rooms; refer ences. 1 f> GRA MliRCY PARK, EAST TWENTIETH STREET ? _I A Suit ot mint Rooms, on second and third tloors, with private table if desired; house and locality lirst class. MTn STREET, 309 AND 311 WERT.?A SUIT OF Roeias on second and third floors, w ith Board. References exchanged. MWEST TWENTY-EIOliTII STREET.?ONE SUIT on first floor, southern exposure, with or without Board. MIRVINO PLACE.-A LARGE, HANDSOMELY fUTniiflifld Exiensiua Room ou parlor floor to let, with first < tass Board, to gentleman and wife or single gentlemen; references. 1 ATH STREET, CORN KB-SECOND AVENUE, 300 It and 308.?Desirable Suit of Rooms on second floor for fonr adults; also single Rooms for gentlemen; with Board. MTH STREET, WEST, 118.-A SECOND STORY FLOOR ; private bath room and table; tuble best quality; Rooms lor gentlemen ; terms very moderate. 17 UNIVERSITY I'LACE-TO LET, WITH BOARD, J. I desirable Rooms on second floor, handsomely fur nished ; also one Room on lourth floor; house first class. 1Q WEST TWENTY-FOURTH STREET, OPPOSITE .Lt7 Fifth Avenue Hotel.?An elegant Suit of Rooms to let with or without Board, to u party ol gentlemen; uL-o single Rooms. 1Q WEST TWENTY-FIRST STREET.?WITH BOARD, X?7 double and sinu'lc Room, lront. or will let sepa rately. OOD STREET, 232 WEST.?A NICELY FUBNXSITED xjld largc-sizul hall Bedroom to let, with Um class Board. <)0 SEVENTn AVENUE. NEAR TWELFTH STREET.? +d*j Handsomely furnished Rooius, largo <uid suuill, second lloor, with first elas* table. OO WEST TWENTY-SECOND STREET.?A KIOB ^(O Room for two persons, with Hoard -, lire aud gas; ***? Alto a title Uuoiu ?.u second floor. OCTH STREET. NO. 29 WEST, NEAR BROADWAY.? ?i\j Two line, large Rooms, handsoinelv turni- lied, with ample closet*, to let, with superior Hoard; family small; reiereucis exchange d. OO EAST TWENTY-NINTH STREET.?TO LET, *ta handsomely furnished Rooms to families or single gentlemen; table excellent; terms moderate. TFI STREET. WEST, 325.-LARGE SECOND STORY front Rooin, with first clas* Board amt attendance. 84 38 EAST NINETEENTH STREET.?PARTIES WISH iujj an elegantly furnished Second Floor or back Parlor, with Ur.it class liourd, should call; relercuce* ex changed. *?Q WEST THIRTY-THIRD STREET, BETWEEN Of7 Filth avenue aim Broadway.?Becoiifl Floor, large Rooms on parlor and lourtli floor, 'front, with or without private table; references exchanged. A~\ WEST TWENTY.NINTH STREET. T-! Handsomely furnished Rooms, large and small, with first elans table. at CLrNTON PLACE.?LARGE AND SHALL TT Booms, handsomely furnished, on first, second and third floors, together or separate; suitable for families or gentlemen; with or without Board; terms rcasonaMe. a < WEST TWKNTY-SIXTH STREET.?LARiJE, T"T nandsotnely furnished Rooms, with lloaid for two, $18 and $".M>, or ferae tor S25;Parlor Floor, furnished or unfurnished; small New England family. 4r WEST THIRTY-FIRST STREET.?TWO ROOMS TO >) let, with Hoard. In strictly private family, to gen tiemcn only ; the best of references given and required. a 7 BOND STREET-HANDSOME ROOMS, AT MOD t I crate prices, iind the best tabic, in the central part of the city. CI WEST TWENTY-SIXTH STREET.?FURNISHED ?JJL Rooms to let, with or without Board; references exchanged. HQ KINO ST.?A FRONT AND BACK ROOM ON tsO third Moor, with good Board; terms $oM to 5t> each, to gen tie men; warm bath, Ac., Ac. CC MACDOUGAL STREET.?PLEASANT SECOND 0?J floor Ri ' ins, witli good Hoard, (or geiitleinan and wile or single gentlemen; a pleasant home at a very rnod MH price; location desirable. 10*1 WEST TWENTY EIGHTH STREET.-A GEN I VJO tletnan and wile or two young ladies uiay ob taln pleasant Rooms, with Board for lady. 1 n t WEST TlllRTY-FIRST STREET.?Fl'HNISRED AVrrfc Hoi>m* to let, to gentlemen and their wives, with Board for latttcnohiy; aUo second Floor, untarnished, to mWEST SIXTEENTH STREET.?A NICE FUR nisbed Room to let, with Board, to a gentleman and wife or two gentlemen; terms moderate. lfi(l WEST THIRTY-SECOND STREET, NEAR Broadway.?To let with Hn^rd, a handsomely furnished Third Moor of fotir con nee ilng Rooms; also a handsome back 1'arlor. Terms reasonable. References exchanged. 1 OA WEST FORTY FOURTH STREET.?A NICELY 1jli\J lurnisbed trout Room; has all mdrtern ini. piovements; breakfast it desired) tortus mottcrato. Reiereur e given and requirtd. ion WEST THIRTY-FOURTH STREET, NEAR lOU Broadway anil Sixth avenue.?Two hall Roouis, on third flour, with ilrst class Board ; references. 1 Q<) west thirty-sixth street.-a lady J would lie pleased to mn!;e a home (or quiet par" ties, who would be throbbed with elegant apartments and first class Hoard ; third story front Room. lOA WEST THIRTEENTH BTREET._EXCBLLE.NT lOt loiatlon; handsomely furnished Rooms, with Board; terms moderate; good table a specialty; grnto nres: few bonders only; liouso newly ftiraished; ref Hences required. 1Q1 EAST THIRTY-NINTH STREET, SIX DOORS *Oje Mil of Lexington avenue?An elegantly fur aisbed front Parlor Bedroom, southern exposure, with Hoard; table lirst class; terms moderate; references ex Hanged. FAST eighteenth street.?ONR OR TWO Ideasiintly furnished Rooms to let, with or with nut Board, in n quiet private family, to a gentleman nnd wife, or gentlemen; location oentral. OflQ WEST TW|*TY-rOfRTH STREET, BETWEEN Seventh and Eighth avenues,?Single Room, with Board, for a gentleman. WEST FORTY-THIltD STREET -PLEASANT &i\) I Booms, with Hoard, convenient to four lines ol "tars; references i-Uen and required. 1)1 f) WEST FORTT-THIRD STREET.?FURNISHED zil ?t Hoohh I# fet, with or without Hoard (convenient lo three lines o| cars), for gen tie men and theirwives or fMUile ?' lit'omcn. Cull lor iwo Uo.Ui jpAMjfca WAMfpq. Q1 Q WEST FIFTEENTH BTlfEET.?TO LET, WITH ZilO Board, to a single gentleman, a very nice ball Boom, on moderate term* QC7 WEST THIRTY-EIGHTH STREET.-TO LET. ?<) I furnished Boom*, with Board; reieretce given ami required. 97Q AND Ml FOURTH aVENUE.-HANDSOMELY _ I ?/ tarnished Room, with Board, (or gentlemen and wives or dingle gentlemen, In the large donble house ad joining Calvary church; house and table first class; ref erences. QQQ WERT THIRTY-hKCOVD STREET.?LA HO K ?)?)u Rooms on second and third floors, suitable for families or parties of gentlemen, to let, with firt-l class Board. Q/t'7 WEST TWENTY-NINTn STREET (28 LAMAR 0*J I tine place).?Desirable Room to lei, to gentle man and wife or single emik'nit'ii, with good Board; house and locality first class; references. ^AQ SECOND AVENUE, BETWBEN TWENTY tuo seventh and Twenty-eighth streets.?Elegant furnished Rooms, with Bourd, for ladles and gentlemen; price low. Call at once. /CHOICE LISTS OF SUITABLE BOARDING PLACES \J furnished by applying at our office. QENUNU A COl. 66 Broadway, room M. PrRNISHED BOOMS TO LET?WITH BREAKFAST it required, .at 2Sfi Fourth avenue. Refcrebce. HANDSOMELY FURNISHED BACK PABLOR (FIRE, water. Ac.) to let with or without Board: private family. Address H. M. N., Herald office, ? Near madison square.-two or threb large, handsomely furnished Rooms, with Board, in a small family. For addresa call on Mr. BERGMAN, corner 20th street and Broadway. ftATMAN IIOUSB, SI BOWERT, COBNF.R BAYARD \J street.?Rooms in suits or Kingly, with or without Board; roomsSOc.,74o., $1 per night Reduction made for permanency. SPLENDIDLY FURNISHED PARLOR AND BED room, with or without first class table. In a private family, for two gentlemen! no other hoarders; term* high; first class reference required. Address X. X., Herald Uptown Branch office. WEST THIRTY-FIRST STRRBT, NO. M.? ELEGANT und freshly furnished Suit of Rooms on parlor floor, including extension,bed and bath rooms; with or without private table. TXT ANTED?TWO OB THRBE CHILDREN TO BOARD, n bv a lady living on the Hudson; good board and a mother's care. Address for two days L. E., box 138 Herald Uptown Branch office. BOARD AND LODGING WAVTEJD. A GERMAN LADY, HIGHLY RECOMMENDED, wishe* Hoard in a family for lewmns In music, Ger maii or French; references given. Address E. G., Herald office. A PHYSICIAN DESIRES AN OFFICE, WITH Bo*rd. located above Forty-second street Address DOCTOR, Herald office. AI,\I)V DESIRES BOARD-LARGE ROOM; SOUTH ern exposure preferred; $1% including Ore: location Twenty-second and Forty-fifth streets, Sixth and Madison avenues; reference. Address Mrs. B. B. B., Herald Uptown Branch office. A?WANTED. TWO ADJOINING ROOMS. LARGE . and small, with Board, for an elderly Invalid lady and her attendant. Unexceptionable references fur nished and required. Prices moderate. Addresa M., box 129 Herald office. A YOUNG MABR1ED COUPLE OF REFINEMENT desire Board; private family preferred; for a nicely furnished Room, gas, hot and cold wuter and tiro, at the rate of |1,(WO per annum wiU be paid. Address ZERO, Herald omen, stating location and terms. A LADY RESIDING IN THE COUNTRY, WISHING to be in care of her city physician during expected illness desires Board and good nursing with thoroughly respectable parties. Address, stating terms, PRINCE, Herald Uptown Branch office. Board wanted?front room and large hall Room, connecting, in modern house, between Fourteenth and Thirty-fourth streets, with a respectable Srivat* faintly, by gentleman and wife. Address, stating triiis, with fire and attendance (no meals), PROMPi CAS1I, Herald office. Board wanted?for a family of five adults; four Rooms and Parlor required; private table preferred, Address, staling terms, J. C. 13., Herald Uptown Branch office. Board wanted-by a lady above twentieth street, between Fourth anil sixth avenue*, where a few or uo boarders are taken; Board, with lite and Kan, not to exceed $14 a week: best references given and required. Address STAMFORD, box MB Herald Uptown Brunch office. Boakd WANTED?FOE A YOl'no lady student at Normal College, in ? strictly private family: a large Kooni, well furnished, with evefy oonvaiUence, will be reuulrert; price not ?ouitclian object as jcora fortawe, reUnerl homei location between Tenth and Twenty-fifth streets and Fourth and Htxtli avenues. Ad drasa. stating terms, G. U. W., Herald office. Board wanted and well furnished rooms? By n liberal-minded mludle-uged gentleman; rooms with a young party preferred, who has liberal ideas of the comforts <>t a home and only wishes to reduce ex penses In a pleasant home. Address TRUST, box 145 llerald office. HERE ADULTS AND"~(Th1LT) <7) WANT TWO OR three Rooms, with Hoard; terms 93\ including grate tire and gas. Address, with full particulars. ADAMS, 12J Broad street VlTANTED?A NEATLY FURNISHED HALL ROOM, TT with Board, between Thirty-second and Thirty eighth streets, frrms not to exceed 99 per week. Address PERMANENT, box 143 Herald Pptown Branch otHoe. WANTED?BY A YOUNO MAN. BOARD TN A QUIET fumilr. Addre?s JACKSON, Herald office, stating terms iiml liill particular*. TIT"ANTED?BY A MIDDLE-AGED bachelor, A Vv comfortably mrnished Room, with Breakfast and Sunday meals: situation near Washington square pre ferred. Name price, with Ure and gas, and address ZERO, Herald office. W^MANTED?TWO ROOMS NEAR OR ADJOINING each other, with Board, for gentleman, wife, child nnd nurse; reference* given and required. Address, with tonus, which mutt bo very moderate, R. H. B., box 1.S39 Post otltec. T\T AN TED^VlRsfTtlL ASSBOAK[) FOR A OENTLE i i T man and wife, with 1'arlor and Bedroom on iteoond | floor, and all the conveniences; legation In or near Fifth avenue, between Fourteentn and TwtntJ-wM street*; unexceptionable references given and required. Addrcse box .1,507 Port office. WU ANTKD-BOARD~IN PRIVATE FAMILY, LIVING between Ninth and Twentieth street* and Second ami Third avenues, lor uentbmail. wile, and baby, whore comforts of a home can be enjoyed; terms to l>e moderate, itful will furnish their own apartments if necessary. Ad dress J. E. A., Herald office. Vi'AN TED?A room" WITIJ BOAHD, FOR A LADY M anil little girl, ill a first class tamily; terms not to exceed 960 a month ; location between Fourteenth and Thirtieth street*. Sixth and Fourth avenues. Addros B. C., box 1,463 1'ost office. X\f ANTED?A warm, COMFORTABLE ROOM, with TT Board, for a lady; will pay per month and no more: reterenees exchanged. Address EDMONDS, 111 East Fifty-sixth street. TIT ANTED?FOR A SINGLE GENTLEMAN, OP QUIET. TT but irregular habits, In a private family, a spacious front Room or Bedroom, with Sitting Room attached, nicely furnished; flro occasionally; light IireuUa-t.; night key; reference; location between Fourth aud Sixth avenues. Tenth street and Thirtieth street. Addre-s, with particulars, WOODWORTH, Herald I ptouu Branch office, for two days. UU1<Eii?. Aiken hotel, aikln, a c., has passed into the hands of new proprietors, has been handsomely refitted aud is uow open for guests. Invalids may rely upon choice food delicately prepared. The rooms are large and a cheeriul air ol home-Ilka comfort pervades the house. For circular* and information apply to RAILEY A PEGQ, Aiken, S. C., or to O. U. ANDREWS, HI Second avenue; DANIEL BATES, 174 West Eleventh street New York city. Di;RAND'S PARK HOTEL (EUROPEAN PLAN), COR uer Beekman and Nassau streets, near New Post office; family aud transient Rooms at reasonable prices. NEW ENGLAND HOTEL, ,H) BOWERY, CORNER OF Bavard street.?Sim light Rooms neatly turnished, Sic. to OOc. per night, (3 to $4 per week; lor gentlemen only. R EMSEN HOUSE, i 130th street, Third avenue and Harlem Bridge, on the European plan, at popular prices. Chang" of proprietors. The bouse contains l()0 pleasant rooms, heated by steam, newly tin limited throughout Fine restaurant attached. Permanent and transient guests can secure comfortable quarters. Location of the house Is such as to be easy of access to all parts of the city. The business will be conducted on llr*t class principles. For particulars apply ft or address REMSEN HOUSE, Harlem. S~ f. GERMAIN HOTBL-FIFTU AVENUE, TWENTY. second street and Broadway. An elegant Suit or Rooms, Fifth avenue Hide, rotunda floor; also two Suits on balcony floor. Table d'hote ; 9.1 W per day. THE ST. JAMES HOTEL, FRONTING ST. JAMES Park, Jacksonville, Fla.?Open from November to May. Address F. H. oitVIS. COUNTRY no t It u. MOUNTAIN HOUSE. SOUTH ORANGE, MONTROSE station, X. J., one hour from Barclay street, via Morris aud E?:*?% Railroad.?Favorable arrangement* can be made for Faitand Winter Board, at low prices, at this first class hotel, wuh all modern conveniences, In cluding coal.ga?, hot and cold water, steam heaters; con veyance tu and lioiu depot; It trains daily. m O il ITAKLHKlu? HR, Proprietor^ YITANTRD?IN A COUNTRY '#?JWN IN NEW JERSEY, TT sixty miles from Now Yr>rk, a lew Boarders to spend the Winter In a unlet fuiuVli-; terms moderate; location beautiful ami healthy. For iitU particular i ap ple at ;t3 West Thirtieth street, city. ~~~ MARBLE M wi ki.s, -REMOVAL.?SLATE mantles, ORATES, Alt? XI ? Large and elegant stork at our new wsrerom-u Union square, corner of Fourth avenue nnd Seventeenth street. PENRHYN SLATB COMPANY, manuiactaiersof e ,ei y Miriei.i of slate work, plain an I ornnmeiital. AKLABER, STKAM MARBLE AND MAURI K17,1 MO . Works. 1.14 and UnJ East Eighteenth street.?Miir,tie alid Marbleized Mantels, Tiling, Marble Counters Monti, inents, at prlciw that defy competition. Marble Turning for the trade. _______________________ ' STKWARTTII 8LATE MANTLBS.?RICH AND ELE Kant (It signs; Slate Work of ever> description; Mur l ie and Wood Mantels. T. B. STEWART A CO., viJ and ?m West Twenty-third street, near Seventh avenue, N. Y. O K LARK It k CO,'8 M ARltl.K WORKS, 2tt WEST i}. Fiuy-nrst street between Broadway and Eighth avenue.?Marble aud XlarbleUed Mantels, HcaiUtonos, Ac., of superior workmanship, at verv low prices. M OK AUK. \ATHST kid;'. FURNITURE storage WAREHOUSE* > TT on AblnKdou square. Principal office. 6W lluUsoii I street, between Hank and West Twelfth streets. it iA'J'iAltf. Proprietor and Manager. , mm- - __ A FIRST CLASS OYSTER, DINING AND DRINKING Saloon for tale?on account of the death of one of tha partners; the buaiMss u thoroughly established and making money ftwt. For narttcnlar* inquire at h Ganse voort strxt, hetweea Hudson and Greenwich. A DOWNTOWN SAMPLE ROOM AND CIGAR STORB a lor hate?Kent only $su0 yearly; trade good ^bar gain to prompt purchasers; satisfactory rearons given lor selling. LLOVD,* Broadway. A FIRST CLASS CORNER LIQUOR STORE, DOWN J\ town? Long lease; cheap rant; good trade; rent paid to January; satisfactory reasons tor selling. LLOYD, 29 Broadway._ a wkll-khown, large, old established JY Corner Liqaor Store?Location first rate aud good business done; the rent for store and basement oniy $100 yearly. LLOYD, 2# Broadway^ A FIRST GLASS CORNER LIQUOR HTORK FOR sale or lease? Stock and Fixtures must be sold this week. Apply at 9bi Second avenue. A LIQUOR STORE DOWN TOWN. BEST LOCATION, for sale cheap; also splendid Restaurants, Broad way Sample Rooms, Cigar Stores, Drug Stores, Corner Groceries, hard w are Stores, Ac. MITCHELL'S Store Agency, 77 Cedar street A FINE CORNER LIQUOR STORE ON THIRD AYE -?*? nu? for sale cheap: also Bakeries, confeutlonerles on all avenues, Meat Markets, Stationeries and kaitay Btores. MITCHELL'S Store Agenoy, 77 Cedar street. A COUNTRY HOTEL AT poughkbepsib FOB SALE il very cheap.; downtown sample Rooms, beet^tooa streetf* HANDSOMELY FURNISHED BOARDING HOUSE for sale?11 years established; full of good paying boarders ;cheap rent i good* neighborhood aiul location. Particulars at No. 5 Dey street, room 81. tiona; Oyster Saloons. South street Liquor Stores, lcs to let. M ITCH ELL'S Store Agcncy, 77 Cedar s A A FIRST CLASS SAMPLB AND LUNCH ROOM. FOB J\. sale?Excellent location; flue cashh ; will be sold cheap if applied GAFFNEY, No. 8 ?Excellent looation; fine cash trade aa4 day business; will b e_so id c lie a y_ if m> ?1 '?.d street A GREAT BARGAIN.?$100 WILL BUY STOCK, FIX tures snd Good Will of a first class Restaurant, doing a good business: possession Immediately; slckneu cause of selling. Apply at5? Sullivan street AN OLD ESTABLISHED HOTEL, CENTRAL LOT a lion. To a party that can command $6,000 this is a" Chance seldom offered. Address h. WOODMAN, New York Post office. A FLOWER NURSERY FOR sale.?SPLENDID busi nets location; first class slock; lung lease; low rent; very rare Investment. Particulars at 28 Chambers street geoRGE W. simerfl, Store agency. AN OYSTER AND CHOr HOUSE FOB sale-lo cated on leading business thoroughfare; excellent cash tradei must positively be sold; sacrifice. Particu lars at its Chambers street, george W. b1mer8, Store Agency. A WELL LOCATED CORNEB GROCERY STORE for sale cheap?in Williamsburg: doing a good basl ness; if not sold privately will be sold on Friday at suc tion. Apply to thos. GAFFNEY A CO., Auctioneers, No. 0 Centre street. A FIRST class CORNER LIQUOR STORE FOR 1\. sale, doing a splendid business; must be cold to-day; sbkness the cause. Corner of Centre and Canal streets. A RESTAURANT FOB SALE?fibst CLASS LOGA tlon, 20t Church street, will be sold without reserve, Wednesday, 11 o'clock. See auction column. STRICKLAND, Attorney. 78 Cedar street. A LIQUOR STORE FOB SALE CHEAF-in THE A. beat business location down town. Apply at 195 First avenHe. _ Bakery for sale cheap?doing a good busi ness. Apply at HUYLER'S, corner of Eighth ave nnc and Jane street. (confectionery STORE FOR SALE CHEAP? J Doing good business, on a leading thoroughfare; fitted upln nrst class style; if not sohl privately will bo sold onrhiirsday at auction. Apply to THOMAS GAFF NEY A CO., No. 6 Centre street Ciornkb LIQUOR STORE FOR salb?CHEAP FOR J cash; six years' loase from May; corner King and Washington streets. Apply to JOHN MOYLAN, on the premises. CIOAL YARD.?GOOD WILL, LEASE, FIXTURES and J stock for sale, at reasonable terms for cash; loca tion good and rent low. Call on or address TRAVIS a co., 315 iiud 317 Stanton street. CIGAR STORE FOR SALE-471 EIGHTH AVENUE; doing a go<>d business; the owner having other busi ness to attend to. DBUG STORE FOR 8alk?beautifully FITTED; cost $4,000: will be sold immediately; bargain; cheap rent; Puffer's fountain. strickland'S Druggist's Agency, 78 Cedar aireet For SALE?THE STOCK and fixtures of the old estiibllshed house furnishing hardware store, 74 Sixth avenue, corner Waverley place. Fob hale?lease, stock and fixtures ok a small i.ivery Stable, doing a good business. Inquire at 158 East Thirty -fifth aireet. _. ttior SALE?a restaurant AND OYSTER sa J? loon, 28 liust Eighteenth street, corner Broadway, bufcmout. For 8ALE-A FIRST CLASS LADIES' AND GBNTLE men's Oyster and Chop, with private supper rooms; best location in the city; long lease and rare chance. Address LEASE, boa 148 Herald Uptown Branch office. OR SALE-A GROCERY STORK, DOING A GOOD cash business. Address e. 8, D., Herald office. F For sale?all the furniture and barroom attaclicd, with a five years'Lease, of a ilrst class mechanic's Boarding House full of boarders. Apply at 2cb Hudson street, near Canal. Fob sale?a butciier shop, on one of the beat a venue* In the city, now doing a first clnss trade i good reasons given tor .selling; will l^o sold this week. Apply at No. 0 West Sixtieth street, n*ur the Boulevard. For SALE-LIQUOR sfORE, LICKNHE AND Fix tures; also ? first class Harmonium. Grocwymen cull and see this place. 3M Tenth avenue. For sale-the lease and fixtures of a Liquor Store, established 14 years; doing a first class business; Mild in consequence ot the death ot'the owner. Inqnire at 320 East Thirty-second street. Mrs. ROGERS. IIOK SALE-AN old established hardware F nnd House Furnishing Store, doing an excellent business. For particulars address box 137 Herald Uptown Bnuii'h ollioe, 1,266 Broadway. Ii*OR SALE?A LUCRATIVE MANUFACTURING ' Business, showing a good profit. Address lor an In terview MANUFACTURER, Herald office. FOB sale?a nice little CIGAR STORE, STOCK ami Fixtures, <325; great bargain: part cosh. Apply at 88 Main street, Brooklyn, all this week. FOR sale?FURNITURE AND fixtures OF THE Clifford House, Broadway and Thirty-first street, liuw full of llrst class people. IHJR sale?A FIRST class HUSINES8 STAND IN the best market In New York cilv} now lining a good business. The owner can be soou at 71 Flectstruot, Brook lyn, from 7 to 9 P. M. IjMRST class GROCERY. STOCK AND FIXTURF.S . for sale on Front street, Plain field. New Jersey- For particulars Inquire at CARPENTER A WILLEl'S, 61 Uey street, New York. Liquor store on the best business part of rhirdavcuue for sale?Willi I.easo ami cheap rent. Ad dress, with full name, box luO Herald Uptown Branch oflico. Lease ok house and furniture for sale? Location near Fifth avenue and Fifteenth street;in perfect order: immediate possoasiuu. Apply to R. II. JOHNSON, 43 bey street. ___ _ _ ?\TEWSPAPEB FOR SALE?INCLUDING COMPLETE 1> printing office and appurtenances; no incum brances; business has been anil can be inade very profit table. Address ALl'.X. DE1.MAH, HI Fulton street. Safes.?a laroe assortment of second haud safes, ot all stvles and makes, for sale at a bar gain at the AMERICAN STiiAM SAFE COMPANY, 3u0 Broadway. UAFES FOR SALE-AT GREAT BARC.AINS; HER. Q ring's, fl ilder's, Llllle's aud Marvin's Sales, ail sizes and styles, at S. (i. QUI UK'S, 72 Maiden lane. SAFES FOB SALE?LILLIE'S, HERRING'S. MAR vin's and Wilder's new and second hand; Safes of ail makes repaired; the best chance ever offered. 1.ILHE SAKE CO., at Maiden lane. TO DRUOOISTS.?100 BLACK WALNUT DRUG Drawers for sale cheap. Apply to GEORGE HARRIS, 251 Hoyt street, Brooklyn. NACfitVERY. A LAROE LOT OF NEW AND 8>COND~ HAND Steam Engines and Boilers, 8team rumps and Tanks FINNEY k HOFFMAN, Manulacturcrs, 202 to 226 Water street, Brooklyn. A LARGE assortment Of STEAM ENGINES, Boilers, Steam Pumps, Shafting, Pulleys and Tanks lor sale cheap. Apply to P. CASSI 1>\, dealer iii new and second hauu machinery, No*. 4 to 10 Brklgu street. Brooklyn. * A STEAM BOIi.KB, STEAM PUMB AND A LOT OP Steam Pipes nnd Coils for sale, together or separate, at Llbby Hotel. MS Warren street , Dummy cabs.?thref. steam street railway Cars, nearly new, seat 40 passengers; built by Grlce A Long, Philadelphia. For sale cheap by M. f'lhl.I) FOWLER A CO., Boston. ON HAND?4, fi, 7, 8, 10, 12, 14, lfi AND 18 INCH PLAIN and cut off Engine), Antes' Portables, :) to 50 horse power; Cif' Ular Sawmills, 4 to 12 inch Portable Holsters. The largest stoek in market Everv machine guaranteed. EDWAltD P. HAMPSON. 38 Portland! St., Sew York SPECIAL NOTICE.?NEW AND SECOND HAND Steam Engines nnd Boilers, warranted as repre sented. Send for printed srhednle. WASHINGTON IKON WORKS, 60 Vesey street, Now Yorit. WANTED TO PURCHAOE-A SECOND-HAND PLUE Boiler, of about X) horse power, in good order. Ad dress box 2,013 Post office. IS l; HOPE. milE COSMOPOLITAN, AMERICAN AND ENGLISH A Drinking Bar, No. 4 Hue Scribe. Purls.?Americans visiting Pans are informed that the Cosmopolitan is Smed lor the best American aud English drinks. Pro ietors. O. TALlNTlNE i CO. THE QUEEN'S HOTEL, NEAR THE crystal Uisjace, Upper Norwood, I.oudon.-To tourists and lamlllcs't Jls elevated, pleasant and inost salubrious posi tion. rornfiVied with the comlort afforded and its general inntingeiuenT, have maiie the Queen's Hotel a lavorite re sort ui tbd uppN ranks oi English society. WAHTKD TOJPUKC HAXIC \y AN rRD?A SAFE, NEA8LT NEW; ONE CON " talning a burglar prool chest preferred; si/xj about 4x5>? toel; |'rice must be very low. Address A. C? bux 131 lJcrald office. fir ANTED TO PtJRCHASE?108 SECOND HA X6 " family Sewing Machines. Apply fur one week at :?9 East Twenty -third street, before II o'*j0ek A- M. WANTKD TO purchase?FIRST CLASS DRUG fix tures. or to buy a Start complete Adduvs G. W. I hiitlcKLAND. in Cedar ttretU ___ JtMUggMMHTa. / ^ Henby^I. HTANLEY. 8tk1nway HALL. Mr. HENBY 11. STANLEY, tbe Discoverer of Dr. Livingstone, will deliver hie fln4 Leeiwre in America m Stein way Hail this (Tuesday) evening, December 3,1872. ON UM IN central AFRI0A AND nup HECOND LECTURE UP MB. HENRY B. STANLEY. TRIUMPHS OF CtftUtfirlAXOT IN TUB f ABl'J.OUtf lanu. MABCD OF tHR EXPEDITION into TUB Land or the boon. Th-keta can be procured at the bo* office, Stetnway Bull; 7<U Broadway and Hi Broadway. (Jewral admission |l. Ke<rrved teat* IB rents extra. Tubatrb comique, 414BROADWAY. Mr. josh hart...., , ...Leasee and Manager AN BNTtRE CHANGE OP BILL. First week uf the sensation drsma. Or, LIVING8&XE AND STANLEY. AFBICA- AFRICA. Firat week of Mr. neil WARNF.R, engaged expressly to enact In the drama. Flww*MitteAra6*iffEr . HARMUAN AND hart. An entirely new Olio, all the mammoth troupe appearing. mnamam rtaartr* MATINBH WEDNESDAY ABO saturday. YyTA^LACK'S. Proprietor and Manager .Mr. LESTER WALLACE MNOBMOUS success ^^^^?entB I'HlABtlO APPLAfhB. Tbe Immense demand for Beats necessitates the opening ?r the B?? amffff ^Mriag of "-u W LORD DC NDREARY H>VERT EVBNINO satV RU A^^'r^NEE, at halt pan 1. DUNDREARY SEKTON. A TUENEUM.^^^^^^^H A imir ffW" ri"-ka>mi AtHENEUM. athbneum. AT II EN BUM, atheneum; Mi ? BROAOW AY. ATBENEUM. ATHENE CM. Tho atheneum, IMo's^Oarden. |?nMltt. ,,?1^te,u,T0Calw JBNNT KINBALL, The most humorous and, expert conjuror in tbe world. PROP. LE TORT, The universal favorite, LUKE schoolcraft. J. C. STEWART, J. C. STEWART, JOE LANG, E. W. PRESCOXT, JOHN WILLIAMS, McKee and Rogers, McMee and Rogers., Immense success of J. C. Stewart's ureal moTM aqt entitled SATURDAY NIGHT. MATINEE every Wednesday oniy.atlaO. rnONY PASTOB'S OPEBA HOU8B, ??INGLER MATINEE. OLE ft as THE HOTTENTOTS, M JM BOWERY. ^bay^trst deleha^^^^^^^H^h DELEHANTY a hknolbb all amongthe roses! DELKUANTY A HBNOLER. delehantya HBNOLEB] Miss MACY ROADOAP'S SONGS and DANCES. GUS WILLIAMS in the New DUTUH DRAMA, DCNDEMECK IN A FIX TONY PASTOR AND ALL THE STAR ARTISTS. Therraob GARDEN THEATRE. . ? 58th street, between Sd and Lexington avenues. professor VANEK begs to announce that lie will give one of his Soirees Maglques at the above named new theatre on WEDNES day, December 1 Full particulars In programmes. Admission, 80c.; children under 10 years half price. Reserved seats can be secured between 10 o'clock in the morning ana 4 o'clock In the afternoon on the day ot the performance without additional charge. The second in the coubse of professor SEDGWICK'S ILLUMINATED LECTURES, "ACROSS tub CONTINENT," will be delivered THIB EVENING, in the Thirteenth street Preabyterian church (Rev. Dr. Burcnard's), between Sixth and Seventh arenues, commencing at 8 o'clock. Sccnes In the Echo-Canyon and Ulatah Mountains, 12,000 act above the level of the sea. Admission DO cents. Fair fob destitute blind. The lady managers of the "Home for Destitute Blind," are holding a Fair, to continue throughout the week, in the new ''Home." No. >19 Wort Fourteenth street This institution is tbr the reception of blind per sons, irrespective of creed. It is the only permanent refuge for the adult and aged Mind in the city. The benevolent public arc earnestly requested to visit the "IJouie" una give It their assistance and support. DELEHANTY k HENGLER MATINEE TO-DAY. TONY PASTOR'S OPERA HOUSE. DELEHANTY k hbngler, delehanty k HENGLER. "TTOMEIOB THE BLIND."-A LADIES' FAIR FOR XX the Homo for tho Blind will be held at their new house, 219 West Fourteenth street, December 3, 4, 5 and 6. SAUSE's SOIREE DANSANTE. NILSSON 1IALL. FIFTEENTH STREET, WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 4. 1872. SEE THE AFRICAN HOTTENTOTS. delei1any k HENOLER MATINEE TO-DAY, at TONY PASTOR'S OPERA HOUSE, at 2^ o'clock. ^ THE IiECTl'he hkasott. 4 8soc1ation HALL. JX PROF. KTIENNE LAMBERT will deliver hit Second FREE juecti'RE ON FRENCH, WEDNESDAY, itc ?ember 4, at 8 P. M. Subject: "ALL THE FRENCH PRONOUNS AT A GLANCE and In Every Possible Combination." LECTURE FREE. LADIES especially INVITED. Mrs. vandkrpoel'S lecture, which was deferred f rom October 22, will be given at the Cooper Institute on Monday evening, December Subject? "How Women Live in New V ork." ah tickets already sold will be received at the door. Mr. FAVABGER'S natural method of tbacii* lag French followed exclusively tor three months, and progress verified on beginners. Learners and teach ers invited to the opening, this evening, at 8 o'clock, at No. 9 University place. PLYMOUTH CHURCH. HENRY M. STANLEY. First Lecture of Mr. nenry M. Stuniey iu Brooklyn, Thursday, December 8,1872. fPHE battlefields OF IRELAND IN DEFENCE X of Faith and Kutlterlund.?a lecture on the above subject will be delivered by Brother Wynne, of St. Joseph's Orphanage, Mounljoy street, Dublin, Ir. Cooper Institute, on Thursday evening next, at nail-past *even o'clock. VIA siofortet. AT HAINES BROS.', 27 Union square. First olass handsome now Fianfortes for sale en very reasonable term*. and several, used a little, very low Tor cash. 4 NUMBER of SECOND hand PIANOS. very JY cheap for cash, to .rent or seli on instalments, at john Mahon'S, 3i4,316 Hast Thirty ninth street AT SOHMER k CO.'S, 149 east FOURTEENTH street, corner Third avenue?Several very good sec ond hand 1'iuno* very low lor cash or tu rent ; also first class new Pianos, the very best made, at the most rea sonable terms, cash or instalment*. A BRILLIANT TONED Vi OCTAVE, CARVED LEG*, round cornered rosewood Plaiiolortc^useit eight months, best city maker, co-t $900, for $300; Stool, Cover. At private residence 120 west Twenty-third street A BARGAIN.?ELEGANT ALL ROUND CORNER 7? octave Piano; ?o*t over $500; good as new; pricu $160: at 70 University place, between Twelfth mid Thir teenth streets. N. P. B. CIRTISS. An EXCELLENT steinway piano to let cheap?To an approved party. Apply to or address Immediately E. B. M , 445 West Twenty-third street A FULL 7 OCTAVE ROSEWOOD PIANOFORTE, rich tone, round corners, full iron plate; best city make ; $140 cash it sold this day, at battekson'8 stor age Warehouse, 690 Sixth avenue, near Fortieth street Beautiful rosewood piano. $ioo, bargain-, a superb 7 octave, with carved legs, overstrung: every Improvement: sacrifice; Instalments taken, $12 monthly. R. CABLE, 470 Eighth avenue, near Thirty fourth street Bargains for cash.?rosewood pianoforti less than $100, modern style and improvements; also Weber Pianoforte, seven octave, tor less than $250. Apply at 28 Third street, near the Bowery. (1hickering PIANOFORTE, ONLY $100.-A SEVEN J octave rosewood Pianoforte, carved legs, overstrung bass; every improvement; great sacrifice tbr cash. J. MIDDLE, 18 Waver ley place, near Broadway. Elegant 7 octave, rosewood, carved leg Pianoforte, $110.?Great sacrifice; magnificent instru ment; overstrung bass: every modern improvement; great bargain; please examine. .1amrs cordon, IWjJtlecckcr etreet, near Macdougal. I3i8cher NEW SCALE PIANOS-THE MOST RBLIA 1 ble piauos made, with modern Improvements; fully Warranted. 425 West Twenty eighth street, near Nintn aver.ue. Handsome second hand PiaaoS very cheap. PIANOS. melodbons and ORGANS OF new AND mostbeautitui styles of lx>*t makers at lower prices lor cash or monthly instalments, or tor rent, at WATERS', 481 Broadway, thuncan be found elsewhere. Hi km A It l>?. " k "1 ?STANDARD AMERICAN RILI.IARD TABLES j\.JL* and the Phelan k Collender Combination cumi Ion", manulactured and lor sale only by the inventor and patentee, ii. W. t ollendek, successor to p lie la 11 k Col lender, 7iih Broadway, New *..rk, First prize-cold medal-hah been award ed to DECKER k BARNES by the American Insti tute for tha best Pianos. Splendid assortment: offered very low for cash. Factory ami warcrouln* 127 Third av enue, corner Fourteenth street. T.1irht CLASS ftxl l BEVELED BILLIARD TABLES J; at$3jw: first class plain 0x10 Tables at $.100. GEOK?jk E. PlIELAN, No. 7 Barclav street. SALE REASONABLY?fol'R sx10 SECOND - - - - carom and at KAVA trc street. l'on n a ?. n rvr. n m in a n Lit ? r iii It da ii i hand Birch Billiard Tables, complete; four tiocket and in |n#iect order. Apply Nagii A DECKER'S u art-rooms, 154 Centre 1 astholiogy. M7ss wellington, BUSINESS AND MEDICAL Clairvoyant, tells of business losses, thefts, absent friends; has a remedy for drunken or uulaithlul husbands or wives, aud gives lucky numbers. 41 Twenty eighth street, near Fourth avenue. Call or write. Madame rosa, great natural clairvoyant, reveals your whole hie, trout the cradle t?> ii>?--??vn. 472 Caual (4jeet. uesr 11 mix. 11 ???!? *1 .... VTIBL&S GARDEN?~ j^lo'B oabdeI* ?iv Leawisi and Manager* JARRBTT 4 PALBEB TRIUMPHANT RESULT ?f SIX MONTHS' PRBP A RATION. . The verdict or the first night confirmed. THB GRANDEST SPECTACLE KVBR WITNESSED. MONDAY EVENING, DKC. ?, 1873, will be presented, i..r tlm w<ton<l lime oa any slage, THE GORUBOUti MUSICAi. AND BALLET , , 8PBCTACLB, IB tour Ml* and Mxtecn talilt aux. entitled LEO AND J.0T08. THB HIGH ABT OP DANCING - _ Brought to Perfection. THB ENTRANCING MUSIC .... ?_A., . Delighting Thousand*. THB BBAUTIPUL SCBNBRY Realizing the Artist'* Dreaui. THB BUPBBB COSTUMES, ? . . the Theme of Com venation 2i<h?'i5? ** dnv* in advance. SPBOIAL NOTICE.? Curtain risen at 7% P. M. _____ WOOD'S MURIUM THOMPoON. PIBIT TIMES THII SCAKON. ? ? . Dram* of OM BAND. TO-DAY AT ^ THIS KVENIjm AT *, an entirely New Bvrleeque and Pantomime, entitled THR UOLUKN BUTTERFLY, with all the BBAUTIPUL BLONDER ? Flr*t limo this waeon I of the (treat Actor. Mr. JOHNNY THOMPSON, in the renowned Sensation Drama of ON HAND, with nil Mi ORIGINAL EPPECTS. ALIXPIC. LYDIA THOMPSON. Y week at the trhnnphant engagetacot of Uto wayii-fiHi MISS LYDIA thompson w her GREAT burlesque compant, who "'Uin Jhertr wonderful popularity In the new ML TO.MOMKOW EVENING and WkDNKSDAY MATINEE, THB LATB8T ICDITION OB __ KENILWORTH, mnoiieced by thdpteastbe heel UarleM)?< tn the reper toire of the eoaraM* enpported by every umtuber or the organisation and Introducing their . ?ATTBACTIV b specialties. FRIDAY EVKNTNG, Dec. A PAKKWELL BENEFIT of _ . MIfg LYDIA THOMPSON. BLUB BEABD, which will air* beipreoented Ml BATVB iiTMATINBB. Dte. 7, . BAT USD AY BVEN1NO, DBO. 7, A SPECIAL PBRPORMANOR FO& THB BENBPIT OP _ MESSRS. KELLY AND LEON, severe sufferers by the catamttous Are of the 28th Inst., which totally dewtroyed their theatre and erihete. I>OWERT. > WILLIAM B. PBELIGH Manager HOBDAY, Deoetnker 2, and during the week, Mr. John Brougham'* great drama, entitled THE LOTTERY OK LIPB. with all Iti magnUfoent effect* and an unapproachable cant of character*. An enngoment ha* been made Willi PROPBdHOB DE tlAUNB, the one-legged Tlrht Rope Periormer, and Misa SUSIE GOODWIN, the little wonder, wtil exe cute her uneqealled eonga and dances, and who will all appear with tlii* popular oompaay in the above luowwurtnl drama. Preaedcd by the ootuic drama oi THR LITTLE DAI8T. GBABD SACRED CONCERT EVERY SUNDAY EVEN ING by tbe RUDOLPH ROSINSKY'B VAUDEVILLE OPERA TROUPE. Hi aoMv* preparation. HERNB, THB BUNTEB* In iloh Ml** IaTE FISHER will appear. jwi BOOTH'S TUEATRB. EDWIN BOOTH. Propria LAST WEEK BUT ONE NBILSON. tutor and Manager __ MISS NBILSON. Incompliance with the greatUeidre to witoee* MlSs NelUon a* Rosalind the management reepectfuRy an nounces MONDAY, TUESDAY and WBDHBSDAT as positively the lfc?t three night* of MISS NEILSON in her great character of JULIET. THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY the only three night* of MlflS NBILSON in her charming impersonation of ROSALIND, in Shakspoaro's sparkling comedy, AS you LIKE IT. Mr. WALLACE aaMEHCUTW and JAOQUEB. Mr. WHEELOOK as ROMEO and ORLANDO. LANT NBILSON MATINEE BUT ONE ON SATURDAY, AT X Scats ?c?nr?d six days in advance at the Theatre, or at Ditson A Co.'s music store, 711 Broadway. In active preparation a Historical, Pictorial Drama in live acts, by founded on the Story or Joan of Arc. near Third avenue. Director TUESDAY, DEC. 3, AT 8 O'CLOCK, DAS EISERNE KBEU& Comedy in one act, by Wichert. ERZfEUUNGS-B&SULTATE, Comedy In two acta, by Blum. Box office open dally from 9 till 4 o'clock. CAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS, lO corner Twenty-Plfihth street and Broadway. People baying Ladders to peep In the window*. B1RCU, WAMBOLD A BACKl'B1 SAN FRANCISCO MINSTKEI^. Firrt week of the MERRY WIYLS OK WINDSOR. RcUcr.cn Jaue, I BILLY BIRCH* CHARLEYBACKUS JoLnsou * Power* in screaming acta. URAND DUTCn-rHKKHK OPKRA. The Croat RICARDO, WAMBOLD * NORHTB. BEAUMONT, HEAD AND C. S. FREDERICKS In new songs. Begins at 8. Seats secured six days tn ad vane*. BARNUM'S. DAY AND EVENING. ABNUM'S. DAY AND EVENING; CROWDED BOUSES. ? CROWDED UOUbEa A SPACIOUS AND BRILLIANT AMPIIITHEATRE OF LUXURIOUS APPOINTMENTS In which to witness the only FASHIONABLE AREN1C ENTERTAINMENT IN THE UNITED STATES. . THE LEADING ACROBATS. THE LEADING EQUESTRIANS. THE LEADING GYMNASTS. THIS WEEK, THIS WEEK, THIS WEEK, kAN WITH THE IRON JAW1 FEMALE SAMSON. FIFTY STAR PERFORMERS, TWO HUNDRED AUXILIARIES, led by the popular DAN CA8TELLO. FOUR LIVING GIRAFFES, MONSTER SEA LIONS, YAKS, ELANDS, TAPIRS. GORILLAS, LIONS, TTOERS. GIANT AND DWARF ELEPHANTS, SERPENTS, AO. MUSEUM OF LIVING AND MECHANICAL CURIOSITIES. THE LARGEST GIANT, TIIE SMALLEST DWARF. CIRCASSIAN GIRL. ALBINOS, *C., AC. DAY AND EVENING. DOORS OPEN FROM It A. M. TO 10 P. M. HIPPODROME PERFORMANCES AT 3 AND a AVOID THE CROWD BY ATTENDING DAY liXHI BITION. Association hall. PROF. ETIENNE LAMBERT * will deliver his Second FREE LECTURE ON FRENCn, WEDNESDAY, December 4, at 8 P. M. . Subject: "ALL TIIE FRENCH PRONOUNS AT A GLANCE and in Every Possible Combination." LECTURE FREE. LADIES EBPKCIALLY INVITED. NEW YORK MUSEUM OF ANATOMY, 611 BROAD way, between Houston And Blee.cker streets.?Rvery one should visit this wonderliil Museum. It is fall of everything people should see ami understand. .Lectures daily on "Ihc Philosophy or Marriage." Those parties unable to attend these important lectures can have them forwarded, post tree, on receipt o! In cents, by addressing SECRETARY NEW YORK Ml'SEUM OF ANATOMY, 618 Broadway, New York. The funniest act ever witnessed, i to-day. DELKHANTY A HKNOLER I TONY PASTOR'S . AS THE TWO. HOTTENTOTS. I MATINEE. HALL. BRILLIANT SUCCESS. gTCTNWAY MR. S. B. MILLS. T T DR. L. DAMROSC1I. The opening concert was a gratifying success.?Herald. second Soiree of chamber music, Thursday EVENING, DEC. 8. Assisted by eminent vocal and instrumental talent THIRD SOIREE THURSDAY EVENING, DEC. 19. Tickets can now be obtained at Steimvay Hall and principal tnusic stores. DELEHANTY I DELEHANTY A HENGLER TNTI1EIR and original Son'fs and Dances To-day, At Hi NGLER. I TONY PASTOR'S OPERA HOUSE. Grand Tuesday Matinee, at 23* o'clock. Cm >ARD.?PRIVATE MUSIC LESSONS, PIANO. OROAN, ) Violin. Guitar, Harp, Singing, Harmon v. 92 ("Union place (Eighth street). Established 18M. Students'Journal and circulars mailed. J. JAY WATSON, Director. IjlENCING AND BOXING ACADEMY, 18 CLINTON place, near Broadway.? Boxing taught in one month. A fine assortment of Fencing Apparatus aud Hoxing Gloves on hand and for sale. Colonel MONsTEKY. Health Lift, Turkish Hath, Boxing, 4c.; Seventeenth An niversary Exhibition Tuesday evening, December 10. OHN WOODS' GYMNAHEUM. TWENTY-MGHTH street, near Fifth avenue, open day and evening; A FORTUNE GOINGJ-PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KEN tucky, (Jilt Concert positively on Saturday of this week. A lew Uckcts (scattering number* only) tor sale by THOMAS H HATS, 609 Broadway. MlfsiCAI.. ' _ _ AH ?J. JAY WATSON'S PRIVATE MUSICAL ACAD. ? cmy, U2 Clinton place (Eighth street). Prlvata lessons only. Piano, Oman, Violin, Onltar, singing, llar niony. ? Circulars and J'Student's Journal" mailed tn^e. AM riANOlST ATTENDS TO WEDDINGS, SOCIABLES, parties, Ac.; can iurnlth violin and cornet if re quired. Orders received at G9U Sixth avenue, neqr Fortieth street, at shortest notice. NEW YORK AMATEUR ORCHESTRA MEETS ON Tuesday evenings, at No. 6 East Fourteenth street, next door to Dolmonlco'*; new members received. WANTED-A FIRST CLASS MASTER, TO GIVE lessons on the cornet at pupil'* residence, Jersey City. Address ItKN, Herald office. TI/\ANTED-A YOUNG PERSON TO PLAY THE tt melodeon In a young city church sabbath even ings, who would accept as compensation two lessons |ior week either In French or German. Address by letter E. B., 227 l ast 12th st pAnciKO ACADKMIB9. J. SAUSE'S DANCING ACADEMIES. ?CLASSE8 ? at Masonic Hall, lUand I hi East Thirieenth street and Brevoort Hall, 154 and 1S? Kast Filty-lourtli street PRIVATE LESSONS at any hour, ciav"or evening. CIRCULARS at Private Aeadeuiv.2li I Hst Eleventh ?t A-DODWORTirS CLASSES FOR DANCING, AT 212 ? Filth avenue. Fur days aud term* sond lor cir cular. AM ?CARTIER'S DANCING ACADEMY, PLIMPTON ? Kullillng, Intersection Stny vesant and Ninth street*. Classes Monday ami Thursdays. Soiree on Tucsdny at Kohinson's Aliemaiiia llall. Id East sixteenth street Hall to let. BROOKES' DANCING ACADEMY, Ml BROOME street.?All the fashionable dances in one course of lessons. A new class for Tuesdav. M R AND MRS. IILASKO'S ACADEMY |f<>r Daiicln*. 64 West Thirty-fourth street Ciaases lor adult* aud children. ... . #fcTJ?KSMgST*. TT "IO" . rum^asr^ Man?nr^ ?HBBIDA* RHOOr i^ep*?tniuy MMMM'ikL VAUIEB -?? and the Last Night, otjwr,^ great society play. "IN ITS PRESENT PEIU tectK) rosrmtrow op act. IXO A TO SETTING AGNES IB A OEM OP MUXAVtO mr awn? MIrtjl KTHKL-H ACTINt*tff THIS I'LAV IS ONB OP THW MOHT CHARMING 8f*BOTA I'J.bH OK KHF1NBD AND KZ OClrttTK PORfKAm'RNTHAT HASKVtiB BBBN PRBSBNTKD ON THB AMBUICAN STAGE.*? Sunday 'liine* , Mr. JOHN BROUGHAM'S B?W tun expressly for this theatre end THIS WEEK, T 84 th Perlormun.e of MA^InJS* on SATURDAY, at IX o'clock. Eveuiug Performance* boftn at ? o'clock. Over at Beat* ?ecured six days In adranre. Bo* office open every day, irom I A. M. to 5 1'. M. In artlv* preparation romantic Drama, writu entitled, __ - - ATHERLBT COURT, in which Mrs. CLARA JENNINGS. Miss PLB8BT MQE DAUNT. Miai PHILLIS GLOVBR. MM BMILY MBg TAYBR, Ml* MARY GRI8WOLD. Mr. D. H. HARBINS, CLAUDB BURROUGHS, and other members of th? GREAT COMEDY COMPANY engaged at this theatre, will appear. 5TH AVHHtTR THBATRR.?(BEGINS AT 8). Bote Lessee aBd Manager .Mr. AUOUBTIX DALY LAST WEBK MBRBY WIV*S op WINDSOR. Character* by the celebrated Comedy Company of this Mr. Chaa. Fisher, W. Davidge, George Clarke, James Lewis, W. J. Lemoyne, Louis Jamesi B. T. Ringgold. D. Whltinic. George DeVere. owes Kawceti, S H. Burnet*, J. A. Mac key, P. Chapman, W. Beekiuun, and other*. Miss Fanny Werant. MUa Penny Davenport Mrs. G. H. Gilbert Mine Sara Jewett. tABT MATTNRB OP TH U "MBRBY VNM dp WINDSOR," SATURDAY next, December T, at half-past one. MONDAY, December ??(Pint time here) "THE SCHOOL FOB SCANDAL." TUESDAY .December M?(First time <n? any ?tey?) % new French Drama, adapted bv Mr. T. B. Pe waldan aid entitled "TUB BAKONKHrt." In wliieh Mm. C. D. AB BOTT wiU make her debut IN PREPARATION?A new ParW m remedy ef statu lar construction, lor which extraordinary preparation i> Being made. Grand opera houbb, Twenty-third street and Eighth even**. Curtatn rises at quarter to* Admisrton $1; Family Oirele, Mo. t Reserved Mil, extra. .v DALY Sole Lessee and Manager, THE NBW LOCAL SENSATIONAL "POLLY," EVERY NIGHT _ and SATURDAY M ATI NEB, The Seenet7i all new, embraces views of I.?A GRAND STREET "CON FKCTIONKRY." II.?THB GRAND UNION RAILROAD DEPOT. III.?A MOONLIGHT MI'RKR AT LION PARK, wltfe * GRAND EXHIII1TION OF FIREWORKS I IV.?Behind the scenes at NUtio's Garden. V.?A Performance ot - THE BLACK CROCK in old Nibio's Garden, with a rear view of the Transforms tiou Scene?one ot the MOST PECULIAR SENSATIONS ever presented on the New York stage, VL?A MIGHT AT HARRY HILL'l fePOBTBia CUB, with a sanaine "BOXING MILL." VI.?A View of MURDERERS' ROWI VII.?Donovan's Alley in tho Five Points, with thai great sensation of THB BUBNINO ROOKERY. Via-A Glance at the LIEDBRKtiANB MA8Q0X at the ACADEMY OF MUSIC, exhibiting a BRILLIANT and UNIQUK Tableau, the Boxes Crowded, the Denting Floor filled with Its MOTLEY THRONG, aad la tho background a Magnificent View of THE DAUGHTERS OF EVE, exhibiting the various phases ot Woman's Dress from thai day a of ilOTHi.it ?VE to We UiUSCIAN BEND. The characters in this unique am! brilliant Local Ben* sation are sustained by Mrs. JOHN WOOD. Mr. JOH?f BROUGHAM. Miss EMMA HOWSON. The GRBAV MAIILTON Dnneert, The FAMOUS LAURIS, Pantoaimtfttit. and .the WHOLE of the GREAT COMPANY of th% GRAND OPERA HOUSE, together with Ms MAGNIFICENT CHORUS BEAUTIFUL BALLET TBOUPB. MATINEE OP ROUND TUP. CLOCK SATURDAY, at IX O'CLOCK. PERFORMANCE OVER every night at a QUARTER TO ELEVEN. M Academy op music. ITALIAN OPERA?LUCCA. Director ....MAX MARt WEDNESDAY EVENING. DEC. 4. AT 8 O'CLOCK, LAST NIGHT BUT OMR, LAST NIOHT BUT ONE, LAST NIOHT BUT ONE, AmbroUe Thomas' Opera of MI6NON, KIQNON, MIONON, with the THREE PRLME DONNE, MME. PAULINE LUCCA, MISS CLARA LOUISE KELLOGG. SENORA 8ANZ* BIOS. VTZZANI, LYALL, JAMET and others. FRIDAY EVEMNO.DEC. ti. AT 8 O'CLOCK, LAST NIOHT OP THE SEASON. SATURDAY, DEC. 7, AT IP. M., LAST GRAND MATINEE. Knabe's Pianos are used at (he Academy of Mnrtc. Tickets ran be obtained at the Academy of Musia and at Schtrmer's Music Store, 701 Broadway. ? RS. F. B . CONWAY'S BROOKLYN THRATBB. MON DAY, Dec. 2,1872, and every evening, Charles Gayler's Grand Spectacular Drama, '"SON OF TllE NIGHT." . MATINEE SATURDAY, Dec. 7. at2 P. M. __________ ??. STADT THEATER. 45 AND 47 BOWERY. First performance of LOUISE LICHTMAYT4 GRAND OPERA COMPAWT. THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 5, AT 8 O'CLOCK. THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR. Second performance FRIDAY EVKNING, DECEMBER ^ AT 8 O'CLOCK, "THE JEWESS." The sala of tickets commences Tuestlay, Dec* S, at ths theatre ticket otttce; also corner Fourteenth street And Fourth avenue, and at Koch Bros., 285 Broadway. BRYANT'S OPERA HOUSE, Twenty-third street, between Sixth And Seventh avenues, near Booth's Theatre. MOKK NOVELTIES. IMMENSE ATTRACTIONfit* First appearance since his return from California of Mr. J. W. M'ANDKI.VVS, the favorite old plautation delineator aud original WATERMELON MAN. First time ot Dan Bryant's burlesque lectnre on STANLEY AND K ALULA, Irtrodnoing Stanley's Ca<yeintiru ne?ro liny Kalnla. HARRY STAN WOOD'S BAN.IO COMIC AI.IT1E8. DANIEL IN THE BRYAN TS DEN. THE MAGILDER FAMILY CLODOCUB QUADRILLE. LES BRIGANDS NOIR. BRYANT8 MATINEE EVEKY SATURDAY AT & QANTERBUBY VARIETY THEATRE, Broadway, between Bleeckcr and Houston streets. HUGHES & GREGORY Manager* IMMENSE SUCCESS. CROWDED HOUSES. THE FEMALE MINSTRELS appear every evening in a pleasing entertainment MTSS JOSIE WARREN, MISS NETTIE TAYLOR.' MISS JENNIE TURNER, MISS ?rAl E MOKISTB, MR. WILLIAM scorr, MK. Ell.LY COTTON, MR. .TAKE SMITH. MR. CHARLES FOREST. MK. JAMES RILEY, MK. JIM O'NEAL MR. M. GALLAGBBBk and a host of others appear in the olio. TnB CORPS DE BALLET OK FORTY BEAUTIFUL YOUNG LADIES conclude the entertainment, from eleven to twelve o'clock. wiLli a gran'! sensational ballet, arranged by Signer ALEXANDRE, emitted CARNIVAL IN MADRID; OR. TUE ORIGINAL CAN-CAN. INTRODUCING GRAND MARCH OF THE AMAZONSl Th? best and cheapest variety performance In the city) Admission, 25 cents; reserved seats, SO cents. ?? ? .< r\ RAND EXHIBITION I J of th? PHOTO-ELECTRIC MICROSCOPE and MAGIC LANTERN WITH DISSOLVING VIEWS, at COLLEGE HALL (Entrance Sixteenth street, between Fifth and Sixth a vs.)* THURSDAY, December ft, at8 p. m. Admission, M) cents; Reserved Seats, 75 cent*. Tickets at Scliuberih's, 23 Colon square, and at the Col lege, ?? West Fifteenth street o N exhibition At JAMES' fine ART BOOMS, No. HO, East Fourteenth street, JOHANNES A. OEKIEL'S CARTOON'S, Illustrating William Cnllen Bryant's Poem, "WAITING"by"THE GATE." ADMISSION FREE. MANAOBRS AND OTHERS desiring to produce the two great sensations of thn Grand Opera House, ROT OAROTTB (acted for tonr months and universally acknowledged to be the most Snperb Spectacle over given uu the American stage) and ROUND THE CLOCK, the great local "Folly" now running tooverwhelming houses, pl?a*e apply, giving dates o|ien, to , , AUUt/STIN DALY. All persons are forbid producing cither pl.?v without anthorltv trom Mr. DALY, as llie property ri#ht aa<l copyright ol uoth pieces be ong syloiy anil cxelumvely to him. and will be protected to the tallest external tha State and ledcr&l laws. M1 ETROPOLITAN theatuTcTl and SHOW PRINTING establishment; HERALD BUILDING^ BROADWAY AND ANN 8TRF.BT. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF TURATRICAE* MINSTREL AND VAK1KTY CUTS CONSTANTLY" ON ~ilAND.