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3REPAU HOW, OB 158 BLEECKER STREET. ? FUK uishcd K oo 1 11 ft, with Board, for lauiilv or single per eotis; $U and per week ; single $<> to pur week. *} BLOCKS IRON BROADWAY? $S 60 To ?2H I'K ic ? ? week ? Good Rooms nnd tlrst class Board; one Hull V>>i mi, *8; table boarder* a> cnmuiodated ; good neigh borhood. 61 East Fourth street. 2 BOOKS FOB THREE GENTLEMEN NOW VA cant] Others for penile men ami their wiveit, irom 1st. of May, with ttrsi class Board; Summer prices ; refer ences. 56 West Twenty-second street, *> HANDSOME ROOMS ON SECOND KLOOB? TWO ? ? on third ; also hau l" una hack Parlor, with extension ntul Bedroom, to let, with Board; relerences exchanged; Convenient to cars. 275 West Eleventh street. ,KTH AVBNUR (NO. 76).? HANDSOMELY FURNJ8HED 0 Rooms, with Board ; references. em AVENUE.? AN BNTORB PABLO B FLOOR (COB ? t ner house), beautifully finished ; hath, closet, Ac. ; pri vate table. Address QUIET HOME, box 108 Herald of lice, tor three days. ,CTH AVE SUE.? AN ENTIRE PABLOB FLOOB ; ALSO ? J three Rooms on second tleor, furnished or unfur nished, with or without privute tabic, in the double pri vate house 45 Fifth avenue. /-Til AVENUE, S47.-A VKKY DESIRABLE 8ECOND ?) Floor (aewrly painted), with unexceptionable private Table; also two front Rooms on lourtli ttoor; references nuhugtd. Call Tuesday and Wednesday. "l/\ EAST THIRTY THIRD STREET.? A FKONT AND 11' Hall room on third lioor to rent, with Board ; ref erences exchanged. U ASH LAN D PLACE (PBBBY STREET).? SECOND Floor to let, with Board ; en aulte or singly. with or without Bourd , convenient to Ulcecker street, .--ixUi and Seventh avenue cars. 1 ? )Tll 8TBEBT, NEAR SIXTH AVENUE.? SECOND J Sd Floor and single Boom*, with tlr.st elass Board, from M ay I ; house has all modern improvements; fur nished new throughout. Apply at 14!) West Twelfth street, vliera handsomely furnished Second Floor, front, and hall Rooms are to let, with Board, until ubove date. 1 O WEST SEVENTEENTH STREET.? HANDSOMELY J ? t furnished Rooms to let, with or williout Board; reflfTenees exchanged. ?1 (Til STBEBT, WEST, SS8.? EXCELLENT LOCA J 'r tion. handsomely furnished Rooms, v\i:h board, $11 I'or two or>20 for three - also handsomely furnished lront nr hack I'arlor. Reference; no moving. THIRD STREET.? TO LET, FURNISHED ROOMS, with or without Breakfast. I IT II STREET, NO. 48 WEST, NEAR SIXTH AVE J ' r nue.? One large second floor iront Room, with Soard ; hull Room connecting if required; table good; lu st references. 14 ?| ITII STREET (257), BETWEEN SEVENTH AND .I t Eighth avenues.? A large square Room, fourth floor, front, nentlv furnished, Ac... lor two gentlemen, b'3 1 good table and e,leanliucsn a spcciultv. IC WAVERLEY PLACE.? FITBNISHBD BOOMS TO .1 1 1 let, en suite or singly, with or witnout Board ; to gentlemen onl.\ ; In u>e a few door? from Broadway ; no moving. XU WEST 14TH ST., NEAR 6TH A V.? HANDSOMELY 1 furnished Rooms to let, with first class Bourd; pos session May 1, or sooner If desired. "1(1 WEST TWhV'l Y-FOI'RTH STREET, OPPOSTE .1 O Fifth Avenue Hotel? A suit of Rooms, elegantly tur tiished, to rent to a par ? ot gentlemen, with or without Board: nU;o single Rooms. 0*>D STREET, NO. 114, ONE BLOCK EAST OF MADI son square.? .! vanth furnished Rooms to let, <v nil first clu -s Board ; also Rooms on top floor; no mov ing. *)*J EAST WASHINGTON PLACE, NT" Vlt BROAD ji-O way. ? Suit< of Rooms to rent, with first class j!oard. References exchanged. OQD STREET? A FRONT PARLOR AND BEDROOM, ? i' 1 with first clns,- Board, tor gentleman a'ld wife or 1/ ntlenieti. l'U) and 202 West Twcnt , -third street. JOllN P. WORSTELL. <pO CLINTON PLACE.? FIRST CLASS FURNISHED ? O Rooms, with or without Board ; first class reference required. * )/? BAST TWENTY-SECOND STREET.? FURNISHED 1 1 Rooms to let, for gentlemen, with or without breakfast. 34 i)U EAST FORTY-SEVENTH STREET.? LARGE AND ? w handsomely lurnislied Rooms to let, with Board, to families and single gentlemen Private table II de fired. References exchanged. House first class. *>0 EAST FORTY-SEVENTH STREET. ?HANDS 0KB Rooms to let, w ith Bourd, to families or siujjle gen 4lenien. *><? EAST FORTY SIXTH STREET. _ ? ' Tivo Kootns on first tlour to let, with Board. References exebunped. OA BAST THIRTY-FIFTH STREET? TO BENT. ? " with Board, handsome parlor Bedroom; also third ?tor> large baeli Room, without children, at ri asouable rates; rel'eri nees. WEST THIRTY THIRD STREET.? SECOND ? )?J Floor, ?ih or without private table: also hall Room ; everything strictly first etuis; liberal concession tor yeari\ arrnngeinent <n till Full ; reforen'-._s required. TH STREET, NEAR BBOADWAY ? TO LET, WITH Board, large Ruem. secoua floor: all conveuieuces; no moving. 1W We t i hirtv - ourth street. ?>/? Wl'-T Tl-.NTll STBEF.T.? A PRIVATE FAMILY ? ?< > desire tn rent, with Uoai d, tor the Summer, a verv la t ?' h i ,i Room: teruis moderate. ?>, ;Th STBEET -AN 1 LE( ANT SUIT *OF ROOMS. ?)' ' hai.d itwly furnished, or an entire I li or. to rent, ?vit|i B. aril, min 4uy 1. 214 M.tdisun uveuue, corner J hirty->ixth street* ?)("? EAST FORTY NINTH STREET, ONE DOOR FROM i)'} Mudlsoti uvuui' -li.unls.oiielv furnished Rooms, on second anil t< orm fit ors, to let, n itli tir.st class Beard ; refereiici > required. I i.^ WEST SIXTEENTH STREET? AN EL Eli ANT 'I ? suit ot Apartnu nts. con si tttng of Parlor* and Ht>cotid J- if>or. to let Willi private tuble : also pleasant Rooms for t no die- or singles gentlemen, l'* rms reasonable tor the bummer month . Reference* exchanged. I 9 BAST MNETEFNIII STREET.? WELL FI'K i ? nish'-d tlnoivs. with excellent I'oard, lor gentle man mi l win* and single gentlemen; terms reasonable. Reieren es exchan^oj. 4 7 BOND STBKET.? HANDSOMELY FURNISHED *1 I front Parlor, with Board, to gentleman and ?vit? or party of gentlemen; convcuicut lo cur.i and stages; table first cl.i-s; reference. WEST TWENTY-SIXTH STREET, NICARKRoAD way.? New and handsomely furnished Rooms to let, with Board ; no moving In May. References. r 1 WEST TWELFTH BTBBBT, BETWEEN FIFTH ?) I and Sixth avenue .? Board and Rootns'for one or two laniilies or gcntlemt n in u small private family may he obtained. ri WEST THIBTY3IXTH STREET.? A HANDSOME ? ?1 ly inrnished Psrlor and two large Bedrooms on iicond floor: exclusive bath; private table it desired; n'so, one single Room ; permanent parties desired ; refer ences. fjO ?r?J AND 56 ST M ARK'S PLACE? CHOICE OF WELL ?'?> tunilhlied Rooms, with Board, for gentlemen and their wives, or -ingle gentlemen. No moving in May. r 4 WEST TWENTY-FOURTH STREET.? WILL BE ? 'x vacant on May 1 Rooms, with Board, on second Bad third floors, suitable for families; also single Roo.ns; I ummcr prices. r 4 WEST THIRTY UOHTH STREET,? A FINE ? Jt second stor\ tront Tloom to let to the middle of June or louger; back do., May 1; good Table; best re I vrence. rr WEST TWBNTY-EIOHTH STREET, NE.\R ?)?/ Broadway. -Desirable Rooms, with Hoard, tor slu. gle-gentlemen ; firs' class parties only need apply. /TO WEST NINETEENTH STREET.? A SUIT OF ? )0 Rooms or separate with Board, to family of ailults or guitlcmen . first class house , private family; reterenccs. t-t I WEST FIFTIETH sfill.ET ? 1'0~ RENT, WITH "IW Board, In a quiet, private house, fumi hed hack Parlor and trout Hull Room, third floor; retcrcaces ex changed. /?- IRVINfJ place. NORfinVEST CORNER OF *)?' Eishfi'enth street.? Nicely turnished Rooms to let with or without Board. 7|| I RVINO PLACE, ORAMERC V "PARK'. THIRD t " ' front, largi Room and tfressleg P.oom, handsomely furnished ; also large hall Room; house and table first Class; special inducements to permntienf parties. ro SEVENTH AVENT E, BETWEf N FOURTEENTH I ? and fifteenth strr. t>. ? Desirable ito? ins on second and third floors, to let, with first class Sward. References. /TO WEST XINFTEENT1I STREET.? TO LET, WITH I St Board, from May I, lurge and ph-asaMt Rooms, in o desirable location tor business gentlemen; terms mod erate : references exetianeed. inO WEST FOURTEENTH STRKI.r7-PARI.OR AND J U?J large Bedroom, with or without ball Room, con rcrfing, . o si ootid floor: private table if required ; lertns moile rule : references exchanged. *|n | LEXINOTON AVEMTEt? ROOMS TO LET. ON J"*'T I bird floor, wltb first class table: references ex change I m 1A(1 K \ST NINETKKNTH STREET.? VERY DE J l f .7 i Me t:. .uni to let, to physician or dentist, with Board, t de- red; nts. suit of Roouis tor Summer boarders: reference exchanged. 1(1(1 EAST TWELFTH STREET.? OUR SMALL AND jtf./ two large Room: on -econd floor to let, separately or towel her, with Board . prn ,ite tuble it desired. Refer ences exchanged. 10Q *KHT THIRTY SECOND STREET, NEAR Jvu Broadway.? To let, with Board, two nlrelv tur litsiied connecting Itooms, together or separately; hot and I old water only a few hoarders ; r. retires. EAST FIFTY KOL'RTH STRI KI'.? A I'EW RF . . speetnli'e you nf men ail be ,. . , i. . ? .( w,th ro ?l Board and very desirable Booms, t ail, and tar in igh borhood first class. k ' I i ) f WEST FOR lY EHiHTH STREET. ?A WELL .1 ? r furnished Room, hot and cold water, with goisl Board (or one or two gentleun n ; references. 1?)A EAST SIXTEENTH STREET, NEAR IRVING J ? )" place. ? Desirable Rooms to let, \*Ph Board, to families or gentlemen ; reterences required ?J ?>fr WEST THIRTEENTH STREET, BETWEEN' I I )t) Sixth and Seventh avcBBct.? Front I'arlor an. I Bedroom, hatidsomelv furnished, seeunit floor, with Board; locutiou central and good; reicremes ; family small. 14A WEST TWENTY FIRST STREET. ? A PLEAS. Jtt aut, sunny Room, suitable for one or two per sons, to ti t. with Board, ia a mall family ; reference*. "I 4 /? EAST TWENTY SEVENTH STREET, NEAR It*) Lexington avenue I'wii Rooms on itcond floor, lurnislied or unfurnished, with Board. 1 4 /? EAST TWENTY EKiHTII STREET.? A LADY J rO and gen tie man inn obialn goo. I i;.. : ni in a small taiBilv; front I'arlor, elegantly It. i ni- lied terms per week, $22 A hail Room, ti, with Noun!. 1 | /? WAVERLKY PLACE.? Nl? ELY : I RNISHBD J /t U Rooms for gentlemen ; hou> ipu t 'lo ilncoW tilefe order ; breuktast If deiired ; no mm iog , relervncra tMliiitCli. RUARDKRH W \NTKI1. s B 148 KAffl" ,28TH 8TREKT.-NICKLY KUI(NIK111'.lt H.iri.n-u?!t<?l!lViS;Ji !0anl:,$l4 for two: '?cation un surprised In Harlem ; two minutes' walk Irom depot acid 1 desirable place for quiet couple. ii ro east twenty seventh streht.-a pbl . V^/atuHy wish to lei. with Hoard, two large. < omlortably lui iiisljcd Rooms: retercr.ces 1 fjOJ SECOND AVENUE, ENTRANCE ON TENTH '/ fOeed.? A handsome front corner Itoom to let, wijli Hon i d, to rentlcmau and wile. No other hoarders. UKH ' FOUBTBBNTM STIIKKT. ? SINOLE CKN tleuicn or gentleman ni l wife can oltlaiu hand somely f iirii ihIii it Hot litis, willi Hoard, In first elans Iionte and location. Reference* required. Q KAHT THIRTY-SEVENTH STREET, NEAR ?V V 'hll<l "venue.? To let, a nicely furnished front I arlor, for gentleman ami wife or two single gentlemen; with or without Hoard j rates reus inutile. 997 KASI' TWELFTH STREET, HETWEKN SEO ut*.., I 'ind T1"i,r,, avenue*.? Nicely lurnlahed Kront Kooms, with Hoard, lor gentlemen, lu a Krencli laiuilv ? moderate prices. Iti lerenees required. * 91 !'.AST T'11 " I'V-TII I It It STREET --Ft'ltMSIll.D ? l?> Rooms |n let, with Hoard, good neighborhood at very moderate rated ; reference required. 9f?ft F8? Til I KT Y-N I NT11 STREET. -TO UT. hTlnin i.?L,*.nn^nu,.ly lurl"sl"-'1 Rooma, with Board; ?lrl',,,m,0lr,rn improvements; a pleasant front arlor, iiltabio tor two gentlemen ; no moving in May. :>,1 () WRRT THIRTY-KIFTH STttKKT. ? A NEATLY ? nl Jif. ^ front Room, suitable lor a gentleman Hulderate gentlemen, with Hoard ; term* very IVJ.5 RA.ST FOURTEENTH STREET. ?A UlltiR ?i, !ln<| *mall Room, with Board, to gentleman and wlte or single gentlemen, in an American family ; term# inoderatv ; only lew boarders; no moving. A PRIVATE FAMILY HAVE HANDSOMELY F I J R ? nislied Rooms, en suite or single, with Hoard, for gentlemen and wives or gentlemen ; no moving ; refer ences. Apply at 12(1 West Forty second .street. A YOUNG WIDOW ABOUTTOTAKH A HOUSE DE mroHtomeet with six or eight gentlemen logo with per; delightful home, with home comfort* . location cen JU'l Hreaklait If desired. Address M. A. N. box lfift Herald ottlce. Asrar or booms to lbt? with board, con sistlng of parlor, heilroom and huthroom; located on Twenty -first street. near Fifth avenue; house and up poinlmciits first class in every paruculai ; relers to Ge nu tig A Co., ,'17 Union square. 4 HALL BOOM on THB SECOND FLOOB TO LBT? X\ Furnished, with Hoard, to a single gentleman ; ref erences required. Apply ai HI "J Lexington avenue, be tween Thirly-eigbtli and Thirty ninth streets. 1ARGE SECOND STORY FRONT BOOM, ALSO KRONT i I'urlor, to let with Hoard, $1* per week, tor a pi ntlc inan and wile ; is St. Murk's plaee, near .Second avenue ; reference. mo LET? IN A PRIVATE FAMILY SUIT OK ROOMS I with Hoard, to gentleman und lady, or two simile gentlemen. 241! West Thirty eighth street fpo RENT ? WITH OR WITHOUT BOARD, A NICELY 1 furnished tront lioom, with two window*, to one or two gentlemen. Inquire at 2?4 Kast Seventy -eighth street, or Pearl street, up stairs. BOARD AWD IiODCIIIVG WiifTED. A GENTLEMAN AMI WIFE WANT HOARD FROM -TV the 1st of Vhv, with a third storv trout or second tdory back room, from Ninth streei to Twenty-third street, between Second and sixth avenue*; terms reason able; answer, staling particulars; permanent if suited; references exchanged. Address A. I.., .'?? Fourth avenue. A FJRST CLASS DRESSMAKER WILL HIVE PART of her time in exchange fur a small Room, with Hoard. Address IJRKSS.M \ Km, box lto Herald oltice. AYOIJNU (iENTLEM an desires a kc rntsfikd Room, with Hoard, In a private family, pe.manent it suited. Address, slating particulars, hox H^l llerald Uptown Branch oltice. Board wanted? for a lady, in a guiEr, viti vate family where few or no boarders are taken, un furnished Room, with flrepUfe; plain, genteel table without luxuries, and the comforts of a permanent home desired ; boarding house Keepers need not reply Ad drew, stating location, M. P., box 19:i Herald Optown Branch ofllce. Board wanted for sei.k, wifk and nprse Iifcove Forty sixth street, between Fourth and ,-ixtli avenues. Address, staling terms, boi. 5.WI Post olllce. Board wanted-by a ofn ti.emax. wifk \nd little girl, II years old. In a private fatuilv up tmvn , will require Room and Bedroom: terms $7t) per month reference. Address 11. < ' , i:.,^i Uitth Street. Boabd wantrd-by lady and cknti.kman" within easy distance ot Thirteenth street and Hroad way ; terms not to exceed $11! tor both. Address S. 11.. box 143 Herald office. Board wantkd.-a obntlekan wishes Hoard In a socialite private family where he can feel at home; breukiast olliv required; loealiou east ft A'1"" f?KKTLBMAH. AMD WIFK WANT v ClABOB BOOM, VT wjitli Hoard. Irom April 21 or 2Mto Jtiiv I : terms not exceeding $22 per week : good locution: references. Ad dress T. tl.. Herald Uptown Branch titliee. TWO YOtnro OENTI.EMEN WISH A ?'HM FORTAHlTli Hooin anil Hoard In a strictly private lutnily. above Fourteenth street and on the west side, or at a farm house, within three quarters ot an hour from e,tv, or in Iloboken; latter preferred ; ?tate terms, which must lie moderate. Address box 2, I'll Post ofllce VXTAMTBD?BY a GENTLEMAN, I \ A PBIVATB ?' family, a nice Room, with lull Hoard between | Second and sixth avenues; price not to exceed (it per I week ; ri-tcrcnccs given and required Addrc-s u. b He raid otHce. f?* ANTED? BV A TOUKQ GENTLEMAN. Ro\ltl> ?' with single Room; localcd between Fortv-secoiid ' and Fillv-second stre ts, sixth and Nin'b avenues \d ?'ress, with lull particulars, E. li. .1. . foot of Fort> seventh street, North Kivcr. IV" \ NT I : I > ? by \ iH'.VTI.EMAN, V COMFORTABLE ?? inidle-si/ed Room, with llreakfast onlv ; tertn? must : not exec. 1 $10 per week, and boarding I keepers I need not reply. Address T. M..btix 4H I'ost otllce. N. V. \\T ANTED? PERMANENTLY, For A MIDDLE-AGED ?' lady an uuturnished Room, with or without Board In New \ ork or Harlem. Address Mr-. MON1AUUK, box 144 Herald otnee. I5KOOK !<V\ IU>A ? ; D. A GENTLEMAN AND Ills WIFE tilt A PARTY OF four can lie accommodated with g md Hoard and trout and back Rooms, secom floor, at tj<t Kent avenue, near DoKkIIi lion e ; has gssand bathroom ; large garden. I Iruit atid shade trees: M) initiutes irom terries; tieur three car routes: luuith private; rolereuce given and required. TEL*. ANGELL'S TURKISH AND ELECTRIC BATHS, ,il Lexington avenue. ? Roouii tor gentlemen nr tafni lles, transient or permanent, with or without meals; nrl viite talde If desired Baths open all night. Hotel st gekmain, fifth avente. twenty second street and llroadwav. Elegant Suits and ] alngle Rooms now vacant; table d'iiote or European lduu ? j most central location; rooms all tront j VIEW ENGLAND HOTEL, W BOWERY, CORNER OF -t ' Bayard afreet. ? 'JfNIIight Rooms, neatlv urn !s|icd * ! SOc. or 6lie. per night ; $2 no to $4 per week For cenile I men only. 3TURTBVANT MOOSE. BROADW VV, TWENTY eighth and Tweniv ninth srreeu. New York. Aineri can plan. $i a day.? This botel has ele valors, all nu? lent improvements; situated hi the great hotel centre LEWIS A GEO. S. LE LAND, Proprietors. . COUNTRY BOARD. A LADY LIVING a few miles from Till city will take two or three little girls in her family to Board and Instruct. Address s. L W lilooui Ueld, New Jersey. A LADY, living IN A PLEASANT COUNTRY VIL lage In Connecticut, tour hours irom New York can accommodate one or two ladle-, ul-o a little girl to Hoard fo' the Summer or. \car. vdd.es. tor three ..ays .Mrs M. T. M , Herald I ptowu Hran h otllce. Uf ANTED? BY A GENTLEMAN, W I I E, HA BY \M> nurse. Board in a private family or where there are few hoarders, in a lieallln location, convenient to and within till hour's ride of the citv. Addre-s. statimir terms Ac., Mrs. J. E. FOWLER, 2l:i We,t Forty. fifth ~tiei". Board wanted? fok lady and dai ghter of lu years, in MorK.anla; priva e family; references given und required. Address HOMELIK F, Herald otllce. Board wanted on the passaic river by some youug gcutlemen Address I). V>. L.. bo.v IW02 l'OSt Oltice. Board wanted-for gentleman, wife and two Infants, vvithiu one hour 01 New York, \ddrcss T. .1 w , I44 l.a?t -ixti enth street, stating particular aiid terms, which must lie low. Boabd wanted bt lady and child of ten in private fatuilv in Mount Vermm Wnodbiwn or A-t'rhi; reference required. Addre.-s t on Ft tit 1 vltl.E Herald older. ? OARDWANTED ? FOB GENTLEMAN AND WIFE and single gentleman, within 4u minute? of lower ? ? ork near the v ater and a priv ate family pre ?f ' red: terms $so per mouth. Address G.. box 2.G1C New York rOrft olllce. / IOUNTRY BOARD? At' (iKKEN WICH I'uINT HOl'SK V located two miles rom stanitord. Conn., on I 011/ Island .-otind ; good battling and boating t. rms moder ate. For further particulars address li. A. KEF.MH; e.ire C L. Ford, Stamford, Conn. /COUNTRY BOARD-I WENTY FIVE MIEEs FROM V-* New York ; fishing, boating, bathing ; sli.idv lawn, pleasant drives; first class table: open 2t)th ? J7 to ti l per week. Apply to Captain WIIITLOt K, steninbe.it Ihoina- P. Way. foot of Barclay street. /Htl'NTRY BOARD.? Fl VK ROOMS, NEWLY FI R. \J filslied ; private family; hl/li location nmple ground., iih-nty shade; giio I tn l>l<- Would like one party ; stable room. Address box 74, North I'arrvtowa. /IOUNTRY HOARD WANTED? F<tR A GENTLEMAN x7 wife, infant and nurse, al some healthy place not more t h 11 11 an hour and a hail from New lort. Addles Statin,' accommodations and tniiu, I.AU Vhlt, box Herald oltice (10CNTBY BOARD WANTED? ONE HOUR FROM THE * city, by a family otinur adults, tddress, with terms (Winch must lie moderate), E. ,'!16 East Niuetui iiih SIT, el, New York. ( |,"|.")' ?''MHr*Nr!ALH Ot NTRV BOARD WANTED? > to October I, within 80 miles ot New ehiliir, L iiar K< " ll,an ",,<J '"d.v, with three young ? '}> olnectlonat le: fresh afr and A 1 1 d re ss ? i 1 ! r J . " " tlM" ?"? indispensable. . aiiitri ss, with term-, box In) Hi raid ofllce. /scotl l OI'NTRY BOARD IN HI A L'l II Y LOCATION " I in New Jersey, wiilnti three hum * ol city, irom May 1 For particular. < alt at IlitEant I liirtv ninib street. It' AM'EII? IN IIASTINtvS, ON THE HUDSON, ?? Board lor a genteel family in a flr-t rate house for the Smiimcr. Addre.vi Mrs. M.,buX 17^ llerald I. ptowu Uraneli otllce, 1 Broad way. \\r ANTED? COUNTRY BOARD FOR a gentleman VV and Wife; one Room ; Htaten Island preferred. Ad dress, situ ug terms. bTAi LN. liutaid oflUe gl'MMKK RBBOUTB. HKATII HOUSE, SCHOOLS Y'8 MOUNTAIN BPRINU*, Morris couuty. Ne w Jersey, will bo open for (ho re ception ol gutViU ?> uno I. Application for rooms can be uindu by mull or personally at tin- Coleman House, l'r ?.id way, New York, where the proprietor, with platLi of the him ii>, can bo been (ivory WodnesJay, from li until 3 o'clock J. WARRRN OULBMAW, Proprietor PALISADES MOUNTAIN HOUSE will ho opened on or about Hie 1st ol' May. for Icruw, Ac., address OOKBN8 a UUBBAY, migtewood, N. J. T)ilKMIlIM POINT HOUSE. -DE 1.1(1 HTKII 1.1, Y SI TP .1 atcd nn the .'hum!. one nillo from Now Roc hello depot; good sea bathing, fishing, houtinc ulos.'aut drives; siubllug, Ac. Early applanation lor choice ol' Rooms call be made to A. C. PLIMPTON, M Wci>tTwcUly fourtii struct RIVERSIDE I10TKI, OARM A N8 VI LLP., POOT OK lf>2d street, Norlb River. has been thoroughly retitted alui newly luruLshcd; will be open lor the rcccptioimf gu-stson or about the I slot Mu v. Applications for Room* received at the hotel by the undersigned. 8. P. PAULL. _ O. DUNOALP. RiCHFIBLD SPRINCS ?PEOPLE DESIROUS OP obtaiuiog Board for the Hummer at thin lavorilo Summer resort would do well to eall at No. .'J Rant Thirty fourth street, or at ottloo P.. W. OOVEL A CO., 19ft Pulton street QT. JAMES HOTEL, MARION, N. J.-EIGIIT U m In litis from Jersey City lerry. Cortlandt or Dos hrosses streets; Pennsylvania Railroad; beautiful loca tion; llr.it ehiKs table, eleganlly furnished Rooms on suite or singly; all modern iiuprovouieuts; boatiag, driving, good stabliug, Ac. Sr. M AUK'S HOTEL NEW BRIGHTON, STATEN Inland.? This favorite resort, with Its beautiful (?rounds and Cottages attached, is now beintr pu( in thor ough order for the coining Season, and will open on ?r about the ilrst ot May. Por terms and other lnlorinutlwii apply at the liotel, or address O. DE CAMP, Proprietor. INSTRUCTION. AT THOMPSON'S COLLEGE. 20 FOURTH AVENUE, opposite Cooper Institute.? Bookkeeping, Writing, Arithmetic and Languages. Day and evening. La lies' department? Telegraphy tnuxhl practically with inslru ments. Demand tor operator*. AN IN8TRUOTRR8S OP THE ENOLISH BBANCHBR and French wishes a position ill a family; is tlior oiighly qualified lrom practice ti> teach voting Indie*, buys or those ol neglected education; a home desired eltlior in city or country. Addross Mrs. WOODS, 386 Jay street, Brooklyn. PRIVATE LESSONS IN FBBNOH, ITALIAN AND Jl Spanish for ladies and gentlemen; quick an, I ac curate tuition, combining theory and practice ; couvor luiiohnl iiucncv insured. Prolessor HON PANTI, 241 West Fourteenth street. CAC.-NEW METHOD FOR LEARNING THE 1 BENCH ?)'? language thoroughly in 41) lessons hv conversation and lecture ; no grammar. (all or address Mile. Hi.K (i;.K, 113 West Pittcenth street. UTOUAUE -STORAGE A. STORAGE' lor FURNITURE, PIANOS, MIRRORS, PAINTINGS, Ac.; \LSO CARRIAGES, WAGONS, Ac., at the NEW FIRST CI, AS. ; WAREHOl SE. built expressly tor the purpose, lit; TO 111 EASI' THIRTY-SBCOiM) sTItl" ET, N i! \ II FOURTH AVENUE. TRUNKS, (!,VSES aud ullii r PACKAGES containing articles ol EXTRA VALUE can lie stored with SAFETY at low rates. Persons can lor ward their goods Iroin any part ol EUROPE or AMERICA direct to this warehouse. THE PUBLIC is invited to examine the superior ac commodations, light. ventilation, safety, Ac., whicll litis w arehouse posse .es over all ol iters. JOHN II. MORRELL, Owner aud Proprietor. VUINODON SQUARE AND WEST SIDE oTO RAlIB Warehouses? 593, (>14. t'slii Hudson street, III Abingdon square, ami 779 Greenwich street: for furniture, pianos, baggage and other family property. All goods placed in separate rooms. These establishments are the mos, re sponsible, extensive, reliable accommodating and low est iu rates In, New York. Trucks and express wagons always on hand. Piiiicipul oillco 0.1.1 Hudson street, near 1 West Twelfth street. P. TAGGART, , Owner and Manager. I CTORAGK AMI safe KEEPING POB KiltMTUKE, j Buifgugc, Goods and Wares ol all descriptions, in separate closed compartments, always accessible, goods j raised mi elevators : these warehouses ure the oldest aud most extensive in America. II. G. IIAKGER, Eighth avenue, lrom Thirty-third to I'birty -toiiriii streets. j OTORAGE FOR FUR NIT U RE, PIANOS, BAdWAHE, I k' Ac., in separate rooms; private wntchmeu in build- i inir at night. This Is the salest and best ventilated build- ' tug ot lite kind in the city. Trucks constantly on hand lor removing goods MICHaLEs a son, 32 and 31 Commerce street, near Bleecker. Special attention paid to packing luruituro tor shipment BCROPE. rpilK QUEEN'S HOTEL, NEAR THE CRYSTAL A Palace, Upper Norwood, London.? To tourist* unit liimtlics? Its elevated, pleasant and most salubrious pos tioti, combined with the comfort afforded and its general management, have made the Queen's Hotel a tavui ite resort ol the upper ranks ot Euglish society. A PIANOFORTES, O'.UiWS, .i(', r HAINES BROS.' 27 Union square, Pirst class handsome new Pianoforte* for sale on very reasonable terms, anil seYcrul used a little, verj low tor e?sh A LADY HAS A PINE MODERN PIANO, 7 OCTAVE, with stool and cover; will tent It at $ti per iiuui'Ii or will sell cheap. Address GREAT HARCAIN, Herald office. IT MANUTAOTUBBB'S WABBBOOMM, PBIOB ro removal, magnitlceiit new tlrst class Agraile octave rosewood, overstrung, iron Irauie I'lauotortH, $21*1, stool and Cover, carved logs, Ac. latest iuipnne meiilsi fully guarnn eed. lioLDsM I I ll's, No. 7 Bleecker street, near Bowery. A MAGNIFICENT DOUBLE ROUND 7', OCTAVE rosewood Pianoforte, cosl $Sft'l. lor $273; Parlor Suit, cost $57ft, for $2 !b ; one do., tor $l 0; btocatel and Reps Suits, $7fl and $50; rosewood and walnut Chamber Mitts, $3Sup: Paintings, Library. Dining Furniture : a -acritlee. Residence 413 West Eighui slrcct i.i lintou place i, near sixth avenue. * BEAUTIFUL NEW BF.VEN OCTAVE PIANO, JY carved logs, overstrung buss, agraffe treble, with guarantee, for $St.W. 1.1 Morris place. Forty-secoud street, beiweeu Tenth and Eleventh avenues. A r 12) WEST 231) STREET. NEAR 'iTII AVENUE.? JY Private Istuilv will sell then magnificent 7'i oc tave, tour round cornered, rosewood Plaaotorle, used 8 months; cost fl.lXHi, for J.dKi, iuc'iiding siool, Cover, Music Stand; also Parlor and Bedroom Suit*. N. B.? Pianoforte lots box tot shipping. AN ELEGANT 7-OCTAVE BO.SEWOOD UPRIGHT JY Piute., city innke, bargain torcssli; tlrsf class ntw I'isnos, of and 7'( octaves, nod several used a little, tor sale oil >er;, reasonable terms, or rented. P. si( : ' 1 1 Lr.R, ;io7 llr.iome street. A LADY WILL SEI. I., POR LEsS TI1AN $ltX), A HAND JY some rosewood Piauo. iion frame, round corners, ninilcrii style ami improvements, including Stool untl Cover. -'S i bird street, near Bowery. ST! 1NVVAY GRAMD SECOND HAND PIANO FOR rent low, or sale on Instalments, at WA I'l.RS', tSl A \ GILBERT CELEriRATEIi El. I \N PIANO, RICHLY J\ carved, tor rent, or sale at a sacriiice, at WATERS', 4.s| Broadway. ABEADTIPCli BOSHWOOD 7 OCTAVE PIANO, overstrung bass, made by celebrated maker, for $lSt?. Apply at residence 24.1 Eiull ;wtli street, be twee li 2d anil id avenues. * MAOBIPICBNT ROSEWOOD 7>? OCTAVB PIANO JY i .rte, totir round corners, richly carved, embracing nil niiMb ru lmproveiiients, makers ^uaraiitec.eost $l.jm, lor $.1i Si; one beiiulitui square Pianot.irte, with guarantee, cost $V79. lor $-M; als,, entire elc/ont Hmi -cltold Furiii lure ; great sacriiice. Call ai private r, sidence. 210 West 21st si . near 7th av. \ MAGNIFICENT 7'? OCTAVF ROSEWOOD PIANO lorio lor sale? Madesinb r, city maker. I'lllv guaran teed, used .'> nvnth-. cost $.'??. lor Parlor Suits, EtaBcres, Chamber, Dining Furniture; Sllv rware, Glass ware, Cutlery ; a sacriiice; property family leaving citv. 30 West l.itti St., nenr fttli a\. Bargains for cash previous ro removal.? One 0 octave Piano. $ftl; one ri' . i ctavc, #I2A; otte 7 0 tsve. $17ii; one 7 octave, curved legs, three mouldings, S.oi; the above all in good order, at liano warerooins, 515 Eighth avenue, near l'hirtv seveuib street. ', P benjamin: rIEAt'TIPUL ROSEWOOD PIANOS; VI FACTOBT > price $Z!W; carved leu?, overstrung, pntent ngr.ule, Weber scale; wurrnnled ; <2.KI; insisliuenls mkeu ; $12 monthly. R. CABLE, I'7 West ?(d f., corner tith av. "L'LEOANT ROSEWOOD PIANOFORTE. CHICK ER Fj nit: make. $li*l; grest bargain; magnificent over strnag, bass, carved legs and tiKraii,- in-truineiit ; ext'a ordinary sacrifice; seven octaves; uiusl .-ell ; moving. l!M Bleecker street, near Maedou/al. L^IRST CI ASS PIANOS. RETAILED ATWIIOLEMU J prices, direct from tuctory St-inl tor circular. 78 Burrow, m ar Hndsoti street Ij^OR SALE ? AN UPRIGHT PIANO. FRENCH W4L 1 nutcase, in u?e cue vcar; original prov $A.V) ; can be seen dally from () to 7 P x" .t '. ii.ast ihirtte nth street FP. HALE'S NEW 7', O'lAVE I'lWOFORTES ? are the best and cheapest I'lao-,. ever made. For sale l>v the thonsand ut Thirt f. th ?tre, and lentil av. Vf.W STYLES PI VI- (Jl I'AVi-: DOI flLK IIEP.D ll Cabinet orvans, reudv b Meruit at REDUCED PRICES $110 sml $I2*i each f I,. ..t'iei -Ivh-s, $:,A to $.'ski snd upward i aelt Th- VA ON t H AMLIN organ Companv now oflcr, ut tln-ir te? w :r.-r, in-. :.i In ion square, the largo.?t assortment oftli? est m -truments ol (In- ' ;a-- in the w. rid .( ? rt ? wbi"h ure rendered pos-ible only by their unei|iiabe l -s ill 1 1 ? lor tmianiae ture. Organs r?nfed v ub pnv-'--g- of puicliass lor quarterly or monthly payor ?* VTE W, F i it ST CLASS I4QI tR) I PRIOHT ,s Pianos lor rent? Rest a ?.?!:? 'treha-e money ; 2o West Fourth street, one Mv / i to Broadwu). plANOS (BE A I IIFI'I. .VI.IJ ' ;.| I . K 1 ? . . CHEAP .1 us the cheapest I ? ,r rent or sale; rent allowed pure. .a < r ?? > ELL s, No. 6 Union square, Its, i our ill avenu pi ANO.s. SECOND II MAKRBS, 1 In thorough order. ?? r ?? ? ; r.' >-s; also Pianos to rent and on iti-'a'o.' r; 1 l > . A SONS, 11 East Fourb'i nth ?tr< ? ' i<-.wk-, k r ? ivvay und Filth avenue. piANOS AMI Ol!'/ A N ' \l l(. ..AINS, NEW I and most tx- . u r if n s'v ? * ' t tones ever madi . and bv be ,t 't. ,iV" r ? a' ? r pi . , ior cash, or monthly liisialtiients, t rrn, n ? 'hu mouth, ot WATERS'. I'l llr >a<lvv?v than ?u . iiel elsewlisre. SECOND 11 INII I'lAMi- M 1,' iOlS \ II ORGANS, J at $40, $.vi p/i, 475 A ', h I (i i instul ments, or tor rent, at $: i-< r month, ai Wa I'ERS', 4SI Broadway. ri'llE MOf<r RILIABLE. Ml I FINIsllED AND 1 richest toned Planoii.r'es inanufse nr-, with new metallic Agrmle, from seven o ive n< <ri', new, lor flfiU. CO-OPERATIVE PIANO MAKERS, , II I lili , m i street 1 SECONDHAND PIANOS. IN PEKI I.CI ORDER. lUv lor sale by WILLIAM A POND A CO., Mi Broadway d>1(Wk CASH-FOB NEW SEVEN OCTAVE PIANOS, Stonwav, Cliii kcring and other makers, at bargains; pianos to rent or on iiistabm nts J. BIDDLE, U Waverler place, near Broadway. w A Mil SK MEilfl. ^ ^ BOOTH'S TUB VTRK. BOUCIOAULT Ed will Ik vol It Proprietor and Manager LAST N 10 UTS ami CO the 35TII performance of DADDY O'DOWD. EVER* NIGHT .md EVERY SATO K DAY AFTERNOON atfc. Tlie Great Irish Cotmslian, Mlt. DION HOt'OfOAULT, will ii|i uear In tlio diameter of lli'Ill Alii. O'DOWD, oi llin Claddngh. Tlio public of New York have rceoKnir,e<J in this exlra ordmtiry delineation one ot those great and truthful works of art whr h remain ns heirlooms ol the stage. The management leels gra'ifled the first perlormanoc will date iroin BOOTH'S THEATRE. Keats may he scuured iu a tvance al the Theatre, or at DiUeiii A Oo.'s niUHio store, 711 Broadway. _ HlWERY THEATRE. WM. B. FRELIGH Manager MONDAY, APRIL 14. IWS, and during the week ; engagement for a limited period of Mlt. li. T. STETSON, the popular favorilc actor, who will personate tlio VABTBHT BOY IN Ni:fc YOBI?, from the Fireside Companion, In the drama dramatized ny TONY PASTOR and T. L. DONNELLY. This highly sensational drama will be presented with appropriate loeal aceuery, thrilling tableaux and original enectti and a powerful cant. All the old favoriU-s ot the company will appear. For particulars we small hill*. In i on junction with the drama will be acted a uew petite Comedy, c milled OBLIGING A FRIEND. The first time in America. Chas. Foster's Drauia, A BAD LOT, will speedily be produced. NOTK? On Monday, April II, the doors will open at 7'? ; curtain rises at S. WALLACE'S. Proprietor and Manager. ..Mr. LESTER WALLACE TKNTll WEEK Of Mr. SOTHKRN in his extraordinary impersonations of DAVID OAKUICK and LOUD DUNDREARY, which will he presented THIS AND every EVENING and SATURDAY MATINEE AT 1 :W P. M. The following eminent artists will appear .? Mr. SOTH KKN. Mr. JOHN GILBERT. Mr. J. B I'OLK, Mr. B1SI10P Mr. CARROLL, Mr. BOOWNK, Mr. LEONARD, Mr. HOLLAND, Mr. EDWIN, Mr. (I (J It KAN, Mr. i'EGK, Miss KATHBRINE It DO Kits, Mrs. FANNY K08TER, Mine. PONISI, Mrs. JOHN HEFTON. BOX PLAN OPEN ONE MONTH IN ADVANCE. Curtain rises at 8 precisely, and carriages may lie or dered ul 1(1 :40, KUBINsTELVTHOMAS farewell matinee. STEINWAY HALL, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, April 19, at Z POSITIVELY LAST AND FAKE WELL MATINEE OF THE GREATEST CONCERT COMBINATION . ON RBCOB)). Comprising anton buuinstein. ? HENRY WIENI AWSK I, with THEO. THOMAS and his UN RIVALLED ORCHESTRA. On this occasion Ruhinstcin will plav the A MtNOK CONCERTO (Schumiin), Bailude (Chopin), anil lor the llrsl tiiue Here several of llvnsell's pieces, a~ ii<im> several (some new) COM i'OSITIONH OF His OWN. Mr. Wi emawski will play thu Mendelssohn Concerto (first move* went). The Theo Thomas' Orchestra wilt perform Overture "Kin# Stcphan" (Beethoven), "Vorspiel Lohengrin," "Der Rett der Walk'yren" (Wagner), "Cavalry Muroli" (Schubert). adapted tor Orchestra by Liszt. Be served Seats. $^. now ready, at Stcinway't, 701 and III Broadway. Brooklyn academy. -rubinstein?thomas. THURSDAY EVEN I NO, April 17, POSITIVELY LAST APPEARANCE of the GREATEST CONCERT COMBINATION ON RECORD. FINAL JOINT APPEARANCE OF ANTON RUBINSTEIN, HENRI WIENIAWSKI, and THKO. THOMAS, with Ms UNRIVALLED ORCHESTRA. Will be performed, lor the first and only time in Brook lyn, "RUBINSTEIN'S OCEAN SYMPHONY," by the "THEO. THOMAS ORCHESTRA," under the di rection of the composer, Mr. ANTON RUBINSTEIN. Seats at Brooklyn Academy and at 114 Broadway. rill I E OCEAN SYMPHONY IN BROOKLYN. I THURSDAY EVENING, April 17, at 8 o'clock, FIRST AND ONLY PERFORMANCE, RUBINSTEIN'S OCEAN 'SYMPHONY, BY THE THEO. THOMAS ORCHESTRA, under the pcrsouul direction of the composer, Mr. ANTON RUBINSTEIN. Newark opera house.? bubinstein and IHOMAS. FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 18, ONLY JOINT APPEARANCE OF ANTON RUBINSTEIN, UEN'RI WIENIAWSKI, and THEO. THOMAS, with ills UNRIVALED ORCHESTRA. rilO MANAGERS AND F1P.ST CLASS DRAMATIC 1 STARS AND COMBINATIONS. MR. SAMUEL COLVILLE; BlninosK Manager ot the LYD1A THOMPSON TROUPE, and entrusted .villi the engagements lor the season ot W:i 4 ot the Robinson Opera House, Cincinnati, will be at the Grand Central Hotel, New York, on the 1 5th . Ititli and 17th, nnd again on the 23d and 24th. The present season ol the Thompson Troupe will close May 17, ami has a tew uiuhts iroin May 12 open to negotiation in the vicinity ol New York. Mr. Colville will sail tor Europe on or aliout. M.iv21, en trusted with impoitant business connected with tlie prin cipal theatres oi the United States, and desires, prior thereto, to close up all the open dates of the Thompson Troupe lor the season ? oiumencing September I, hs well as illl all alien time with the Robinson Opera House, Cin cinnati, commencing the same date? September 1. 187'1. I'erinuiieiil address:? Box 8,816 Post ottlce. New York citv. I .V 111 A THOMPSON TROUPE TIME TABLE:? April 14 and I'J, New opera House, Washington. April -'t ami 26, opera House, Palliniore. April 28 and May S, Arch street Theatre, Philadelphia. MiiyH, V and III. onera House, Alliany. Bus \NT'S OPERA HOUSE, TWENTY-THIRD ST., be tw on Sixth utni Seventh avenues, near Booth's Theatre. Every evening at .s. Saturday Matinee at 3, EASTEK HOLIDAY WEEK. BEST BILL OF THE SEASON, IMMENSE SUCCESS OF MASTER BARNEY, the Champion Dancer and favorite Dialect Actor. First time this season, hv general requesi. tlie original BUY A\'T'S MINSTRELS' I SHOO FLY. SIIOO ELY. BRYANTS MINSTHHLS' | sllOO FLY. SHOO FLY. BRYANT'S MINSTRELS' 1 SHOO FLY. SHOO FLY. BRYANT'S MINSTRELS' SUOO FLY. SHOD FLY. Kit i \NT'S MINSTRELS* I SHOD FLY. | SHOO FLY. THE CALICO HOI*. COLTON'S LAUGUINU GAS. Dan Bryant. -eymour. Reed, stunwnod, Morrisy. Emer soe. Ao. "Matinee Saturday at 2. seats secured. 4 i'ADEMY OF MUSIC.? FAREWELL OF A MLLE. MAUI i\ AIMEE, THE OUEEN OF OI'F.UA HolTFE, AND THE NEW PARISIAN OPERA TROUPE, The Most Successful Organisation on record. TWO NIGHTS ONLY AND A MATINEE. TUl'KSDAY E\ ENING, APRIL 17, AT 8 O'CLOCK, LA GRANDE IIUCIIESSE. AIMEE, ROUND. JUTEAU, DUCHESNE. FRIDAY, APRIL IS? LES CENT VI URGES, THE GREAT PARISIAN SENSATION. SATI RDAY? GRAND MATINEE, AT 1 LV PERK'HOLE. LA PERICHOLE. Admission, $1. Hi served seats. $190. Gallery, Mo . Boxes, $8 and $i">. Sale of seats will commence on Monday, at 9A. M., at tlie Academy and at Schlrmer's, 701 and 11 1 Broadway. TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS REWARD will lie paid tortile person who can attend the Tuesday Matinee at ToNY PASTOR'S OPERA HOUSE and not keep laughing lor a week aitorwards. ?Ve the fun to-dav. C)~ DOLLARS S.') Reward it caught imme diately. / IONCEKTb III tlic HAMPTON COLORED STUDFNTS. Wi'l silng Genuine Negro Melodies rtt ASSOCIATION HALL, Ttvcnty-third atreet uti'1 Fourth avenue. TI'ESDA Y bVKMXil, April 15. at So'clook. Admission ,W. Reserved scuts $1. For j<m li> ut Hurley's book store and at the hall The proceeds ot this eonccrt will he devoted to the Colored Home ol New York. FAREWELL CONCERT AT DR. II EPWORTH'S NEW CHURCH, corner Forty-tilth street and Madison avenue, t ill RSDAY EVENING, April 17, at 8 o'clock. Admission Wlc No reserved seats Kur sale at Methodist llook Concern, Carleton'n, Put nam ? nnd Hurley's lionk Storet. and at the door. jpEOROB, you Little rasc vl? green and IT blue <llk. Central I'ark. Ihttrsday last. Meet na to day at TONY PASTOR'S Ol'EKA HOUSE. We will at tend the Matinee, as usual. INEZ AND IDA. 201 BOWERY. M.VTINEE TO-DAY T 2*J TONY PASTOR'S.#? ?4 O'CLOCK. The stage.? professor i* hi lip Lawrence, author of the "Model speaker,' "Lawrence Speak er,'' '?Comatock's Elocution, Ac., ? ill Instruct ladies and (ten'lenien ; engagement's guaranteed when proficient. li?4 Filth avenue. Men delssoh n i jTion ~spe? i iXL n< mo io tneinhers.? The society will meet at Webcr'a this evening to trat.s u t bu-iness of importance. T. I,. HARRIS. Secretary. 1/ m,i, i n. join thh wironcT ooiTioro tiik r FALL IN. Grand .Matinee at TONY PAsTOR'S FILL IN OPERA HoUSI? to day. only Tuesday FALL IN. Matinee in New York Fall in. MUSICAL. V Ml SIC TEACHER OF A NUMBER OF YEAR* experience would like a tow pupils in the vicinity Of Filly-first - tri-tand Eighth avenue ; would give les sons at the residence of pupils; lias a new and original method ot t ''a-' hln 4 beginners. Terms $40 for 30 lemons. Call on or addrct* MUSIC TEACHER, :H)I West Fifty first street A STRICTLY FIRST CLASS SOPRANO SINGER IS J\ wanted for the quartet choirol Trinity 1 liurch (Epis eopal), in New llnven, Conn.; 1 liberal salary will l?e paid This is an uncommonly eligible position lor an ac complished singer. Address, giving name, residence and releri'ii ii, M. .V WHITMORE. New (Inveti, Conn. A I.AKY, WirH FULL SOPRANI) VOICE AND SEVh ral veara' experience In chureh Music, desires a situation 111 til- city ; rctcrs to Prote^or \ehlile Errant. Address M. E. C., is West rwontv -firth street. \ TENOR. WITH FINE VOICE AND CULTURE, IS open lor ita engagement In a church elloir; Pro testant preferred. Aildrc.ss O. 11., Herald Uptown Uraneh once an kxp':i:ik.\ci;ii music ieaohir. pupil of j\ fans, and Arabella Ooddard. una vac incies lor two pupils. *di!i eal B. I'. D., Urooklyn Uraneh Herald otllce. (YARD.? PIANO, ORliAN, GI'ITAH, sTnOINO? MISH j WATSON gives private Icssons- tlay and nventiig, at her residence. 92 C linton place (Eighth street), luslru tnenta famished tord.iiiv prentice. MtSICIANS? IF YOI WANT CIIKAP AND HEACTI ml Music at one cent a sheet go to VI Hlcecker street, pick out Imtn n large wholesale slock It you liuy a dol lars worth I make you a preaentol .' HI sheets. Those in the trade would make money to send in their orders. .1 AMKH O'M II L. N'hW YORK C'ON -KRVATORY OR'IIEsl'HAL School, No. .l East Fourteenth street, next to Del molllco's NEW Ml .MliKKS RKt EIVKD. "ll'A.vri<D-A BASS SINUER WHO UNDERSTANDS ?T the Episcopal service Addr. ?s EPISCOPAL CHOIR, station IV IMNIIMH A(ADRM1IW< SAIJ8KS DANCINO ACADEMIES PHI V ATE I.BHSONN al any hour, day orevenlng. CLUcULAUd al I'rivaw Academy. ill Last tier emUst. w AlffUHBTIKIfTH. ^ ^ ^ ^ OOD'S MUSKUM. DOM MURRAY. UNPARALLELED SI'OOBsH. afternoon at ?. The young uml beautilul Artiste, Kim MINNIE FOSTER, who will appear as TOPaY in the domestic Drama of UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. EVE XING AT H. Tbc great Irish Comedian, Mr. DOMINlOli MURRAY, in hi* M-iiKAtionul Drama, the GAMBLER'S CRIME; or. the Mil it li Kit ON^TIIK HUDSON. j rnHIATBB COMIGUE, . I fill H ROADWAY. Mr. JOSH HART Lemee and* Proprietor The mammoth combination of the world hi a it pl?\a? ing hiuI ontertainlng programme. The wonder of Uiu world, LING-LOOK, accompanied by YAMADIVA. the Man Serpent. The most comical ol all Pantomimes, A TRIP TO Til K MOON, *->? the FLALZETTI TROUPE. CO AltLES and CARltlK AUSTIN in their Terrific Bayonet Combat The Qnalruple Sonit and Dance by Miss KITTY O'NEtL, Miss FANNY LUCELLE. Miss CARRIE HA IN EH, Miss IDA GREENFIELD, AN ENTIRE NEW OLIO. Concluding with Hie now sensational Drainn, viz. Till'. RACE; TUE RACE; THE RACK; THE RACE; or, THE MYSTERIES OK THE TURK. Mr. D. KELLEY as the Jockey. MATINKK WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. The ENTIRE EVENING PROGRAMME will be enacted at the MATINEES. u NION SQUARE THEATRE. Proprietor Mr. snERIDAN SHOOK Manager Mr. A. M. PALMER Begins at 8. Saturday Matinee ut 1 :30. TO-NIGHT, AND EVERY EVENING and SATURDAY MATINEE, the charmiim young Actress, Miss AGNES ETHEL. in Mr. Auitnstin Dalv's lirilliant adaptation of Meilhac A Halevey's wolideriul Drama, in tlve act.-, entitled FROU-FROU. The play will lie produced with elegant now scenery an with the following great cast:? OILBERTK, "Frou-Frou" (her oriuinal part) Miss AGNUS ETHEL LOUISE, her Sister Miss M Alt Y GRISWOLD UARONKE lit ('AM1IUI, u Woman of the Fu ture M iss EMILY M EST A YE R PAULINE, a Maid ..t the Present Miss JENNIE LEE THE GOVERNESS Miss KATE HOLLAND AN G E L 1 Q UE Miss CHARLOTTE CAVE GEOROIK, Sartorys' c.hild Miss LI I. LIE EDWARDS HENRI SARTOUt .s, the Itusbaml ol the Future. . . Mr. D. H. II AUK INS BRIGARD, a Papa of the Prevent.. . Mr. K. K. MACK A Y CONTE D E VALKEAS, the "Friend" of the Hus band ilii* original part) Mr. GEORGE PAIIKE8 BARON DE CAM Bid, the Hu.-4iaud ol the Pres ent Mr. K. LAMB PITOU, the Prompter, who believes nature on the stage to be abominable Mr J. W. THORP VINCENT .Mr. .1. W. WILDER ZANETTO, a Sunny Italian Mr. W. yUlGLEY llux office open cvory (lay trotn S A. M. to ft P. M Seals secured two weeks in udviUic.e, 0 LYMPIC THEATRE. J. E. HAYES licsseo and Manager. TUESDAY EVENING, April 15, at 8 o'clock, and WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY MATINEES at 2. LAST WEEK OK THE 1TI1 EDITION or G. L. FOX'S HUMPTY DUMPTY. MONDAY EVENING. APRIL 21, GRAND RECONSTRUCTION and FIRST TIME OF THE 5TH EDITION of G. L. FOX'S FAMOUS PANTOMIME. NEW SCENERY, TRICKS AND SPECIALTIES. See the present version ere II be too lute. The tilth volume ol "H. D." Is now in press. UTE1NWAY HALL. FESTIVAL WEEK. O The public is respectfully informed that a FESTIVAL WEEK OF GRAND ORA'iORIOS AND CONCERTS will he given on a scale ol' COMPLETENESS AND GRANDEUR never lielore attempted in New Y#rk, under the direction of THEODORE 1 HUM AS, COMMENCING TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 22, IS73. FIRST ORATORIO NIGHT. MENDELSSOHN'S ELIJAH! ELIJAH! WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, SECOND AND LAST ORATORIO NIGHT Selections irom Handel's ISRAEL I.N EG^'PT auil the entire of Mendelssohn's II YMN OF PR AISE (Lohgesangi. The celebrated HANDEL A.N D IIAYDN SOCIETY, Irom Boston, numbering FIVE HUNDRED (600) VOICES. Conductor CARL ZERRAHN Organist Mr. B. J. LANG will appear, together with THEODORE THOMAS' UNRIVALLED ORCHESTRA, largely increased on this occasion. THURSDAY, APRIL 24, at the BROOKLYN' ACADEMY, ONLY GRAND FESTIVAL ORATORIO. ELIJAH. ELIJAH. FRIDAY-GRAND FESTIVAL CONCERT. SATURDAY? ONLY GRAND MATINEE. On SATURDAY EVENING, April 26, THEODORE TUOM V8' SIXTH AND LAt^T SYMPHONY CONCERT, when will tie performed BEETHOVEN'S CHORAL OR NINTH SYMPHONY. Last appearance in New York of the HANDEL AND HAYDN SOCIETY, AND OF ALL THIS DISTINGUISHED SOLOISTS. RESERVED SEATS. $.J AND $1. according to location. , RESERVED SEATS IN SECOND BALCONY $2. RESERVED SEATS TO SATURDAY'S MATINEE $?? ONLY. Onleri fur -. .its from persons residing out of the city will lie attended toby addressing C ASIIIiSR, Box Oltice, at Steioway Hull. Mi" sale of Reserved Seats, will commence THIS MORNING at Schlrmer's, nil Broadway, at IU Broadway and at the Box Ofllee at .Stein way Mali . ffQC ATHENE I'M. ? )(~?) Broadway, op osite Metropolitan Hotel. R. W. BUTLER Manager. Special A EASTER HOLIDAY WEEK. Extra Notice. <4 EXTRAORDINARY ATTRACTION. A Kill. Tltli BELLES THE BELLES THE BELLES OF rill-. PAKU)R. THE FRENCH DANCING M \STP.n. DANCING MAS] Kit MONS. ZANFRETTA' Pupil Miss Warner | Lover T. M Vance THE GREAT ZANFRETTA TROUPE. EIGHT IN NUMBER. NOT EXCELLED BY ANY TROUPE IN AMERICA, lite splendid Burlesque ol P? L? U? T? O. A COMICAL CLAfSICAL LOVE TALE. The following eminent artists tn the cas; :? Miss LISA WEBER, Miss MINNIE JACKSON, Miss I.ILLIE HALL, Mi<s LAURA LE CLAIR, .Miss IDA ROSS. Miss IIELENE SMITH, Mr GEORGE ATKINS, GEO. H. COliS, J. LANG, E. W. PRESCoTT. Ac, Tli ? ? sports of the Central l ark, Messrs. AUSTIN AND HI'.SS. In THEIR (I! \M I* I ON* SKATING SCENE. LUKE SCHOOLCRAFT, .1 is. . utid CHA*. REYNOLDS and Regular ATI! ENEUM COMPANY, Introducing HIGH TRAGEDY, LOW COMEDY, GRAND OPERA AND BALLET EVERY EVENING. Doors open at 7. Curtain rises at 8 o'clock. Box office open duilv. Seats secured in advance. MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. T BARN I'M. POSITIVELY LAST DAY. POSITIVELY LAST DAY. of the great MUSEUM, MENAGERIE AND HIPPODROME IN NEW YORK, THIS TUESDAY, APRIL 15, AMERICAN INSTITUTE BUILDING, coruer Third avenue and Sixty -third street Doors open at 12 M. and 7 P. M. Owing lo the inclemency of the weather, and the conse ntient danger in removiiu the rare collection of tropical animals, Mr. Barntun has decided to remain at the itink until and including this (Tuesday) evening, alter which the Immense aggregation, with its scores of golden char iots. cages, wagons, vans and baggage train, will move to the CAPITOL1NE GROUNDS, BROOKLYN, . where the GRAN D OPENING will lake place WEDNESDAY, April 16, nt 7 P. M., con tinuing atlernooti and evening during the week. Doors open at I and 7 P. M. See Brooklyn papers lor line of march ol the GRAND STREET PROCESMON WEDNESDAY MORNING. General admission to all the various departments. 51) cents; children under S>. 24 cents A iew reserved scats 25 cents extra. closing in Brooklyn Saturday Evening, April 19. the Great Travelling W orld's Fair will move on its ANNUAL TOUR, as follows: Norwalk, Monday, April 21; Bridgeport, Tuesday, 22 ; Waterbury, Wednesday, 23; New Haven, Thursday and Friday, 2i. 25; Mertden, Saturday, 2?i; llarttord, Monday and r'uesday, 2N, 29; Northampton, Mass., Wednesday, ;tU; Springfield, Thursday, May I; Worcester, Friday, 2; Woonsocket. R. I , Saturday, 3; Providence, Monday and Tuesday, 5 anil 6. TONY PASTOR'S OPERA HOUSE, 201 BOWERY. A S> SRI. JOHNNY WILLIAMS GR AND | in Ills wonderful Clog Dance. ? MATINEE HEAR HuGn HAOOBKTY TO-DAY. I lu his Dutch Songs and Dances. ($> sEK i.i ISS AND FOX In their great Song and Dance. HEAR BILLY PASTOR'S NEW SONGS. SEE CHARLEY WHITE IN HIS NEW ACTS. BERK WILLIO. BILLY BARRY. ALL THE STARS. CTEINWAY hall. 0 Miss ANNA MEHLIO. SECOND M ATINEE RECITAL, WEDNESDAY, April 16, at 2:.W P M Admission, $1 50 No reserved seats. Can lie bad at Steinway'% the principal music stores and at III Broad way. VARIETIES I'll E \TltE OF NEW ORLEANS To rent. ? Proposals will be received until the 1st day of June next lor the rent ot the Varieties Theatre, com mencing with the next season. The theatre is complete in all Its appointments ot wardrobe, scenery, properties Ac. Address E. RlGNhY, President La Varlete Associa tion. New Orleans mo YorNG MEN WITH SMALL* CAPITAL. -YOU 1 will find a splendid investment at TONY PAstoR'S OPERA HOUSE by paying rx? cents lor a ticket to the Grand Ma.ince to-dity. Von will secure live dollars' Worth ol fun. Invest ! Invest ! / 1AI.LKRY OF PAINTINGS, LOUIS DURR'S HISTORICAL COLLECT ION, comprising over 3?l paintings by the heat masters, irom tiic loiirteenth century down to the present time. Now open from 2 to 10 P M., tor the benelit ot THE GERMAN HOSl'l I'AL, tn the GERMAN SAVINGS BANK Kl ILDING, entrance on Fourth avenue, near Fourteenth -trcct. Admission ilurti^ the day, 50c. ; in the evening, 25c. I/ASHIN FUR I FUR IHEK MUNTII OV APREEL r THE MONTH It will bee thee ta-hlil till evvree ? )V Al'REEL I boilee bi goe to thee 1'usedai Ma tinay at Tonee Paster's opperree House. Gotoo-ual. I FENCING AND BOXING ACADEMY, is CLINTON place, near Broadway. ? Boxing taught In Itleasons. A fine assortment ol Fencing Apparatus and Bovlng (ilovesou hand and for sale. Colonel M( NSI ERV. CAUSE'S CALICO SOIREE O irvltiv Hall. Tliumday, April 17th, W II' IUM? WIOS-WloS V" lor theatres In every style and of every period. Largest and sole tactoiy on the Continent "I Europe of LOUI.sOI LENSCIII.Aiil.il, Court theatre hairdresser at Scliwerin, In Mecklenburg (in the viciutu ot Ham burg). Price lust* sent poat paid. APtVUlCaigMTte. Niblo-h garden" Vokri Ltf-wici and Managers JARRETT M PALMEo. I' N liOl/ND l?D ENTHUSIASM. Second appearance min e their return Irom Europe (by K|>ecial ariaugeinent with Meters. .Shook and l'aluu>?. Miss VICTORIA VOKES, Miu JESSIE VOKES, Miss KOcilNA YOKES, Mr. FREDERICK VOKP.B. Mr. KAWIIDN VOKML Theuo celebrated Vocal. Musical, Terpsicborcaii, Union* and Eccentric Artist* will appear in the (illEAT VOKES SPECIALTY. THE BELLES OK THE KITCHEN. THE BEL1.ES OP THE KITCHEN. THE BELLES Ok' THE KITOHBIf. Introducing in the course of the niece HIGH TRACE DY, LOW COMEDY. GRAND OPERA and BALLET. The performances of the Voices Family will be preceded each evening by the brilliant Comedietta, ORANGE BLOSSOMS. by a select company irom the Union Square Theatre. BOX SHEET NOW OPEN. MATINEES WEDNESDAYS AND BATDRDAVB AT* NIBLO'S GARDEN. FIRST MATINB& THE YOKES. THE VOKES VICTORIA, IN THE JESSIE, . BELI.BS ROSIN A, OF FREDERICK, THE FAWDON. KITCHEN. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, AT TWO O'CLOCK. 5TH AVENUE THEATRE. CURTAIN RISER AT 8L 7H8 and 730 Broadway. Sole Lossee and Manager Mr. AUGUSTIH DALT THIS (TUESDAY) NIGHT, April 1* for the first tline in the new theatre, will be acted Mr. A uuiistin Daly's brilliaut Drama oi society, in five, act^ entitled ?'DIVORCE l? Every scene new, by Mr. James Robert*. New and original musie, by Harvey Dodwortn. furniture a la mode Magnificcnt Toi.eto Alfred Adrians*. who regarded marriage as an episode nntl tound it late Mr. George. Clarke Captain Lynde, a friend In need, indeed, and a friend in the way Mr. Louis Jame* Rev. Harry Duucun, successor to the Martyrs,. Mr. B. T. Ringgold De Wolf de Witt, nil excellent authority on the management "I wives Mr. Wm. Davidge Tempieiou Jitt, Esq., of the New York Bar, Mr. .lames Lewis Mr. Burritt, ox-policeman and private detective, Mr Charles Fisher Pam, his partner Mr. J. A. Mackay Judge Kemp, arcllc of the last generation. Mr. D. Whiting Dr. Lang, lato of Uloomlngdale Asylum, Mr. George De Yer? Jim, with a new system of naturalizing aliens, Mr. Owen Fawoett Richard, Adrlanse's man Mr. C. Carroll Christmas, one of the emancipated. Mr. Frank Chapman Guinea, another of the same sort Mr. W. BoekinaA Wedding Guests, Visitors, Ac. Mrs. TenEyck. a mother of Society, who has pro vided well for her two daughters Miss Kami y Morant Miss Uu Tun Eyck, who made the Newport Match, Miss Fanny Davenport Miss Fanny Ten Eyck, who got the best catch ol the season, alter all Miss Clara Morria Graee, "Our niece." for whom we must find some thing after the dear girls are provided for. Miss Linda Diets Flora Penflcld, a bud in the Florida Groves, Miss Sarah Jcwett Mrs. Kemp, the partner of the relic Mrs. uilbert Kitty Crosbie, who is satisfied with her own "way" Miss Roberta Norwood Molly, the Maid Miss Nellie Mortimer Jenny Miss Griffith* Altred, a child Annie SYNOPSIS. ACT I.? Scene? Mrs. Ten Evck's City Residence in Wa verlcy place.? (Roberts.) "Given in marriage. ACT II. ? Scene? Allrcd Adrlanse's Summer Lodge on Long Island, with View of the Sound by Sunset and Moon light.? (Roberts.) "The Strife Begun." ACT III ? Scene 1? Mrs. Ten Eyek's Country Manor np the Hudson.? (Roberts). "The Curse of Interlerence." Scene 2? At tho Inn. "The Detective's Ropcrt." Scene 3? At Mrs. Tan Eyek's. "The Husband Takes the Law in His Own Hands." ACT IV.? Scene 1? St. Augustine, Florida. Tho old Spanish town.? (Robert's). '"Two purposes." Scene 2? The Old Convent Itulns. "The Law Retal iates," ACT V.? Scene? Elegant Parlors at De Witt's, In Mew York.? (Duflocii). "The Divorced." DIVORciriitATINER Saturday, at 1>? o'clock. Mr. DALY begs to announce that the revival of DM VORCE will be followed by the production (lor the tl ra tline on anv stage) of a New and Original I'lav, of Power till Emotional character, for which extraordinary prep aration is being made. ??*? Seats may be secured nine days in advance. /I RAND OPERA HOI'SE, \T West Twenty-third street, corner of Eighth a venae. Curtain rises at S o'clock. Carriages may be ordered l3r H)>a o'clock. Mr. AUuUsTIN DALY Sole Lessee and Manage* every Evening and Saturday matinee UNDER THE GASLIGHT. AUGl'STIN DAI.Y'S famous realistic, local and coatem poraneous sensational Drama, with Its thrilling original RAILROAD SENRATIONIN h ml the groat realistic PIRR SOENKIII reproduced here wiili marvellous scenic and mechanical iUusloua and an unsurpassable cast. Mrs. JOHN WOOO an PEACH BLOSSOM. (Hor last nights in America.) A M ATI NICE OF UNDKR TUB GASLIGHT. SATURDAY, AT HALF-PAST ONE O'CLOCK. Mr. Only begs to announce that lie has engaged the vrorld-fuinous Artist, Mr. CHARLES FECHTER, for a limited number cf nights, beginning on Monday evening, April 28, inliU magnificent realization of Duinar romantic hero, MONTE CRI8TO, wliich wili be given with ? most extraordinary cast and with ? perfect mlae-en-scene. Box sheet open for the entire first week on Tharsday morning, April 17, at 8 A. M. CT. JAMES THEATRE.? IRELAND. O FOUR WEEKS ONLY. FRANK MacEVOY'S NEW III BKRNICON ; Or. Ireland lu America. Pronouaced bv the press tlic most amusing and popular entertainment of the du COMBINING IRISH COMEDY, IRISH SCENERY, SONUS, DANCES, WIT AND HUMOR IN ONE PERFORMANCE. Orchestra, 75c. ; Admission, 80c. : Family Circle, 38c. MATINEE SATURDAY, 2 P. M. General admission, 80<'. ; children, ISc. (1 ERMANIA THEATRE. I Fourteenth street, near Third avenue. AD. NEUENDOEFF Direct* TUESDAY. APRIL 15, MATHILDE, Comedy, in tnur acts, liv Renedix. Box office open daily from 9 till 4 o'clock. M RS. r. B. CONWAY'S BROOKLYN THEATRE. THIS EVENING. DAVID OARRH'K AND A COMEDIETTA. Mrs. F. B. Conway, Mr. Frank Roche and company. Mrs. jarley-s waxworks, the cream oi wit, humor and fun, AT ST. PETER'S HALL., West Twentieth street, between Eighth and Ninth ark POSITIVELY FOR TWO NIOIITS ONLY. THURSDAY EVENINO, APRIL 17, and FRIDAY EVENING. APRIL 18. By the original Amateurs who have made these enter tainment* so popular. Reserved seats at Pond's, :t9 Union sunare ; Schlrmer's, 7D1 Broadway ; Ditson's, 711 Broad wuy. 1 FRENCH COMPANY.? BIJOU THEATRE. ' Robinson Hall, 18 East Sixteenth st, near Broadway. SATURDAY. APRIL 1<?, AT 8, EXTRAORDINARY PERFORMANCE. First appearance ol Mile. aDoLPHINE M \RIIA, iaie of the BoufTes Parlsicns. OPERETTE, BOUFPE. Music bv ADAM. COMEDY, VAUDEVILLE. FI LL ORCHESTRA. Reserved seats at Arnaud's, 915 Broadwav; Saussol'a, 21 East Sixteenth street; Schiriner's, 701 Broadway; Rul ni an's, 114 Broadway. Orchestra, $1 60; psrqaet, >1. VTEW YORK MUSEUM OP ANATOMY. 6M BROAD ll way, between Houston and Bieeckcr streets.? Every one should visit the wonderful Museum; it Is lull of everything people should see and understand. Lectures daily on "The Philosophy of Marriage.'' Those parties unable to attend these important lectures can have then forwarded, post tree, on receipt ot 25 cent*, by addrejBn* SECRETARY NEW YORK MUSEUM OK ANATOMY, MS Broadway, New York. ___ ST'mWS CAS8KLY'8 READING AND CONCERT. At Stelnwav Hall, _ WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 10. Tickets, $1. For sale at the Mali. CIO. FRANCESCO KILIPPI, THE WELL KNOWN n Italian Tenor (pupil of M. C'hev. \erdl>, who aaug as Mrst tenor in tho principal European and American theatres, possessed of one ol the best v oices ol the dav and of more than fifteen years' study and practice, will be open lor engagement May 1 lor cither operas, oratorios or concerts; aiso first class churches. Address by letter Aiiramonte's Musical Institute, corner Fourteenth street and Fifth avenue. I 1ARD.? PRIVATE MUSIC LESSONS, PIANO, ORGAN, ly Violin, Guitar, lUrp, Sinning, Harmony. W2 Clinton place, Eighth street Established 18M. Students' .tour nal and circulars mailed. .1. >A> WaTSO.n, Director. An appeal TO tiii; cbaritablk? the fair of the Association for Befriending Children and Young Olrls will commence on Wednesday, April 1?, at Repub lican Hall, corner ot Broadway and Twenty third street. Admission. 25c.; Season tickets, 50c. Open Iromltt* 10:10 P. M. iyi ETKOPOLITAN 1 THEATRICAL ANII SHOW PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT, HERALD BUILDING, BROADWAY AMI ANN STREET A LARUE ASSORTMENT OF TBKATRICAl* MINSTRKL AND VARIKTV CUTS CONSTANTLY WN HAND.