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CITY KWTATB FOK. Central* A FOUR 8TOBY hrown btovb ^6' loMa'hM'wMnUy bwn |im I" complete order; ffl.&SWS.'SSSW ra?"AT?w b roan way. corn?r oi Seventeenth gtreet_ or salk-a first class house, no. so bast Nineteenth afreet, between Broadway and Fourth inue tiou.se JUx*>. lotha? Itlock: In perfect order; uo?I,,,mediately: Apply between fo and ? o'clock. fok sai.k-b wf.8t NINETKKNTH STREET, BE- | tween Fifth and Sixth avenues, a front and rear l>utldiufr -uitable u? a store, manufactory or workshops ?r iirti class itverv stable. Apply ou the premise*. Rait Side. ijlor sale?three 4-8TORY double h0u8p.8. with Stores, on Third avenue, at a bargain; alao a 4-story on Second avenue, cheap. ? francis crawford, Bank bailding, Kifty-aerenth it and Third avenue. Writ Side. For sale cheap-lispenabd street prop. erty, full lot of grouniL with 3-story building on it Terms easy. Apply to A. JOURNEAY, 51 Llspenard it. House fob sale?on Murray hill, near Fifth avenue;only $5,000caihrequired: ohvaicians, take particular notice. Addresa LANOLKY, 697 Sixth venue, corner of Fortieth itreet Mlicelljtncoas. For pale-much below original cost, a s tory brown atone U >uae. In a baautlful neighborhood ; alao several Uouieg to let FRANCIS CRAWFORD, Bank building, Fifty-seventh st and Third avenue. BROOKLYN PROPERTY FOR HALE _ AND TO LET. _ |JJERALD BRANCH OFFICE-BROOKLYN. ADVERTISEMENTS FOR THE NEW YORK nERALD RECEIVED AT OUR BRANCH OFFICE, iN THE LONG ISLAND SAVINGS BANK BUILDING, CORNER OF FULTON AV. AND BOERUM St OFFICE OPEN FROM" 8 A. M. TILL 9 P. M. ON SUNDAY FRuM 3 TILL 9 P. M. CARRIERS' AND AGENTS' DEPARTMENT NO. 7 FRONTSTREET, BROOKLYN. AT BROOKLYN?FOR. SALE, AT $6,8T0, TERMS TO suit, lour three story, basement a ml sub-ccUar frame Houses, near l'omwklns avenue, with everv modern conrcnionce. In a healthy location and with fine surroundings. Apply to W11.L1AM H. NICHOLS, No. 9 Pine street, New York, or to B. F. OPIE, on the premises, No. 219 , Macon street A SMALL LOT IN OREENWOOD-NICE LOCATION, enclosed with granite; price $300. 136 Court street, Brooklyn. ABAROAIN.?A FOIj'R STORY TENEMENT BRICK House, 32 rooms; always rented well; price $7,000; very little cash wanted. Call on owner, 13 Uaruelt street, cornoi of Court, Brooklyn. Greenwood lot fob sale.?half, op an Extra large loi; 200 superficial teet is the size of it, enclosed in marble and iron; old ground. 102 Chatham at Lots for bale or lease for factories._?2o Lots, with bulkhead water front; prices low; terms easy. Apply to S. B. SCHIKPFBLIN, 170 William street. Satisfactory parties who are paying a hundred dollars per month rental can in lieu, with same payments, purchase a modern brown stone House; good location; Brooklyn. Address TIME, Herald office. TO LET?FURNISUED, AN ELKOANT THREE story high stoop brown stone House, southeast corner Cumberland street and Wllloughby avenue (opSosite Kort Ureen Park), Brooklyn; house in perfect orer and hand?o:iielv furnished; rent #280 per month; also Stable (near), lr desired. Full particulars given by the subscriber, C. DINsMORE, 32 Warren St., New York. WE8TCHBSTKR- COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE AND TO RENT. At tarrytown, on broadway.?to let, im- i mediate possession, a CottHue; 8 rooms; nice S rounds; rivervlew; rent $800 per year. 8. EMBERSuN, >9 Mix tit n venue, near Thirty-eighth street. At tarrytown, on the river bank, a short distance Irom the depot?To let, a brick House, lurnished complete, 12 rooms; two acres in lawn aud Harden; rent, per year, $1,200. 8. EMBbRSON, M9 SJxtb avenue. At tarrytown, a choice place to let, im. mediate possession?A new Krench slato roof House; all modern Improvements: furniture all new; nice grounds, stable, Ac.; river view; rent, $1,800 per year. 8. KMBEllSON, b&9 Sixth avenue. property oct ok the city for hale or to rent. A SUBURBAN RESIDENCE, 45 MINUTES BY KRIE Railroad, for sale, furnished or unfurnished; lot 54x21.3, with trult, Ac.; house 9 room*, hot and cold water; bath, tubs, range, cellar, heater. Ac.; located on high and healthy grouud. S. M., Si Leonard street. A T NEW BRIGHTON, STATEN ISLAND.?to RKNT, x\_ Brick Villas adapted lor Winter or Summer, gas. hot and cold water, Ac.; gardens, lawns, shade trees; delightful location; near terry; reduced rents. HAMILTON A co., 81 Pine street Eljsoant villa-splendid view bay and ocean; three acre*; 100 choice fruit trees; carriage and gardener's house; one hour Irom city ; Staten Island; $7,5W. DAK KIN, 80 Broad. ELEGANT RESIDENCE. WITH WATER PRONT, North Shore. Maten Island; house nearly now ; finest view on the Island; fine opportunity for yachtsman; $8,800, worth $10,iM) DAKRIN, M Broad. FOR SALE?A FARM OK 19 ACRES, IN BLOOMfleld, N. J., 13 miles from New York; accessible bv three railroads; healthy location; abumliiucv ol first class fruit, Ac.: price $9,0JU. Address ALFRED LENNOX, Newark^^jL Fob saLS?Twq nice farms, one 20 acres anil one 49 a<JlW! UTnxtlpgs all in first class order, rituated within five minutes' willt of Stewart's Railroad depot. Inquire of or address owner, F. HhKZOG, UlcksL. T For sale-a fine parm, near oak iin.l, one 1 mile trom Durham village; troo.l funding* and plenty otlruiL Inquire of Dr. LYSTER, 21 ha?t IJoaston , street. Handsome cottaoe-two story, basement; two lot* neatly laid out; flowers, fruit: fine view; wta ninutea from terry; Ulaten l.-lanJ ; $3,900. ? DAKR1N. 80 Broad. CT. JAMES HOTEL, NEW ORLEANS-FOR LEASE, O this extensive and popular Hotel, located In centre of business. Apply to VINCENT A CO., 25 Thomas *t. SUMMIT, N. J.-TO LET, VERY CHEAP. TO A DEairable tenant, a nice Cottage, furnished "or unfur . nlshed, 9 rooms; barn; 27 acre*; six minute*' walk trom New Providence depot; potatoes, com. Ac , In Held. GEORGE W. LOSS, 70 Kulton street. To rent?on tub new haven railroad, a beautiful (urni-riied House, with neat ground*, in a very bealtby locality; house contain* all the modern imRrovements; to a small lamily the hoiue will be rented om now until Mnv I, 1874, tor board ol two person*. Addrew A. F. (CHANCY, Herald oMce. WILL BE SOLD AT A GREAT SACRIFICE, IN Grfenvtlle, N. J., a rew and handaouie Cottage; Qotbic: has hay windows, fruit, and on line eluvatlon; terms very reasonable; owner leaving country. Apply at IS) We?t Twenty-first street. ^ JREAL BSTATK TO BICHAKOl. JjlOR SALE, EXCHANGE AND TO LET-ALl, KINDS eitv and conntry property; parties in offering their . roperty. give lull description. E. M. MASON; No. i Chambers street OB SALB-OR EXCHANGE FOfe MERCHANDISE, two story tin roof cupalo frame Cottage, two lota; Shrubs, flowers and fruit; $4,700, equity flr-t class neighborhood; Cast New York. Address S. A. M., box is1 Herald office. Real ebtate.-wanted an unincumbered Farm, with buildings, stock, Ac.. In exchange for a tenement house In Harlem: wort $18,000. mortgaged for $9,000 . rented now for $1,200 a year und lour full tired building lot*, unincumbered, in Westchester county, n y.. irrt sponsible parties need not au-wcr. Address J. P. +., box 154 Herald office, one week TO EXCHANGE-IN HOBOKEN, EIGHT VALUABLE Lota lictween Second and Third street*, and a lew hundred dollars cash, with 3.0U0 acres Land m Kentucky. lor other Property or Liquor*. MARCUS D. I.AINU, M Liberty *treet, New York. . REAL KHTATE WARTKD. W~TNTED-A SMALL PURNISHED COTTAGE IN Now Jer*ev, within one hour of Wall street. AJdrea*,*t*ting accommodation* end term*, A , )>?x 1,677 NewYork Post o?ee. _ _ _ W" ANTED?A SMALL. COUNTRY PLACE. BETWEEN Tarrytown and Pei-k.sklll, two to ten acre*; on high ground, commanding view*; ahaiiy and only one nine from *tatlon; with or without Improvement*. Addrew, with (nil particular* and price. Dr. H. ALKEK'I, Hajting*on the Hud*on, X. Y. THB EVENING TELEGRAM. EVENING TELEGRAM EVENING TELEGRAM, EVENING TELEGRAM, THE NEWSPAPER OP TO-DAY. THE NEWSPAPER OP TO-DAY. THE NEWSPAPER OP TO-DAY, THE NEWSPAPER OK TO-DAY, WITH AOL THE NEWS. WITH ALL THE NEWS WITH ALL THE NEWS WITH ALL THE NEWS. ?aUAEP? ~ 1 A SPECIALTY.-BEVEL BILLIARD TABLES COMpletc for 9175; improved Bevel Billiard Table*, Rugnan Bowling Table*. Tripolite and Bagaull? rablea, at reduoad Pric**- B OBIPPITH A CO., <0 Vesey street. A 1 -STANDARD AMERICAN BEVEL TABLES AND Al. the Pbelan A Collender CorobiiiationCustuon*. lor Hale only by the patentee^!. cearnr to Pnelan A Collender, TS8 Broadway, New York* it A _A LABOR ASSORTMENT OP NEW AND Al. second trand Eilllard Tablw con*tantly on hand at UKO. R. PHELAN'H, No. 7 Barclay street, New YorT MWCKLLANBOUH. Lost''energy, despondency, ortep. lassilude. anxiety r>t mind, detective memory, tjaalifolne*?. weakness ot mind ana body, all trouble* caused by nerviu* debility speedily and effectually cured by Dr. lewis' Cordial Balm oi Life. Office No. 7 Beach street CIUARN AKD TOBACCO. ^VL'EAR HAVANA CIGARS?EQUAL IN EVERT RE yj spect t? Imported. Also fine Connecticut and Havana i'iaar*. kobkkt a. OllMSIEDT, SI Plau itreet. between William aud Gold NEW YC TO UT FOR BURIKEHM PURPONBn. J^TTBNTION t NOW READY FOR OCCPPANOY NEW FIREPROOF BUILDING. FULTON, NASSAU AND ANN STREETS. ELEOANT OFPICKS AITD LARGE VAULTS TO RENT, IN THE ABOVE FIREPROOF, WELL LOCATED BUILDING, BEING IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO THE CITY HALL, THE COURTS, THE POST OFFICE, aoTAO. OFFICES, SUITABLE FOR LAWYERS BROKERS, BANKS, INSURANCE COMPANIES, AC., AC., CAN BE HAD, SINGLY OR EN SUITE, OF ANV DKsIRED sntR. FROM 10X12 FEET TO 28X67 KKET. AT ?300, 94U0. $SOO AND UPWARD TO ?11U00, ACCORDING TO SIZE AND LOCATION. THE ABOVE BUILDINO IS COMPLETELY FIRKPROOP, READY FOR OCCUPANCY. llBATED BY STEAM AND HAS TWO FIRST CLASS PASSENOER ELEVATORS AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS. RENT OF SMALL OFFICES. Size. 3d Story. 3d Story. 4th Story. 6th Story. I9.itixss.6 ?z.of)o $t,8u> $i.aoo ? IHkM.6 1.IKI1I 1,(0) 1,310 ? 14.6x25.6 I,WO 1,800 1.200 ? 17*2#.# 1,800 l,?W ? ? 10X11 ? 400 ? ? 10x110 800 1U0 XV) $.100 19.0X39 3,000 ?/oo t.uoo 1,5 # 19.6x39 3,000 2.000 2,000 1,.V?) 10x13.1 800 400 380 300 18.80x33 1.800 1.600 1,200 ? 14.6x34 1,300 1.2S0 1.U00 ? 14.6x33 1,900 1.280 ? 17x33 1,809 1,380 ? ? 10x18..... 000 400 ? ? VALUABLE VAULTS FOR STORAGE PURPOSES. ALSO OFFICES FOR BANKINO AND OTHER PUR POSES ON FIRST AND BA8EMENT FLOORS. INQUIRES TO BE MAIMB OF HOMER MORQAN. NO. 3 PINE 8TREET. A?THE CHEAPEST FLOORS TO LET ON BROAD. WAY. FIRST AND THIRD FLOORS. 438 BROADWAY. A?TO LET, ON THE BEST BLOCK ON SIXTH avenue, a handsome Store, with Dwelling Apartment*; tia? fixtures, reflector* and heated; IwrRO show window; moderate rents. Office 999 Sixth avenue. Broadway store to let?west side, near Fourteenth street; very best location. Apply at84l Broadway. Rare chance.?to lease?new, sitely, centrally located Hotel, facing Broailwav. Clinton Hall, Cooper Institute, Bibln House ;over !<*> suits rooms; large stores and restaurant*, owner 27 Third avenue. TO LET?THE NEW BUILDING 69 AND 71 CHERRY street, near New Chambors. suitable for manufacturing or other business; S3 teet front by 81 feet deep, four stories hlk'h; steam will tje furnished it required; or will be sold on reasonable terms. Apply to CHARLES KELLY. 358 Water street. DWELLING HOUSES TO LET. Furnished. A FOUR STORY HIGH STOOP HOUSE TO LET. furnished on Forty-fourth street, between Fifth and Madison avenues; 9330 per month. * IL R DREW A CO., No. 3 West Twenty-third street, Fifth Avenue Hotel. A FOUR STORY ENGLISH BASEMENT HOUSE TO let, tarnished, on Thirty-sixth street, between Filth and Sixth avenues; $250 per month. H. It. DREW A CO.. No. 3 West Twenty-third street. Fifth Avenue Hotel. A FOUR PTOKY HKJH STOOP MOWN 8TONB House to let, furnished, Thirtieth street, near Fifth avenue. H. K. DREW A CO., No. 3 West Twenty-thinl street, Fitth Avenue Hotel. A FULLY FURNISHED 11 )USE TO LET?ON MURray Hill; first class neighborhood; four story brown stone, In complete order; newly pnlnled; rent only $3,UU0per yeur to private party. OOIJKN A OLAKK, Broadway, corner of Seventeenth street A FURNISHED THREE STORY HIOH STOOP brown stone House for f'iOOa month; all improvements; near Filth Avenue Hotel, immediate po^sevion. Address N. J. P., Herald Uptown Krauch office. ABIJOU.?F.LKOANT BROWN STONE HTOII STOOP three story House, completely and beautifully turnlshed, 10 let lor three yours?the home of a private lanillv going to Europe; $.50 per month ; instant possession if desired; will not be let to Hoarding house people; location between Firth and Sixth avenues. Address llOL'rili, care Hughes, station 0. | Furnished houses to rent-by JAMKS B. EDWARDS, 69 West Twenty-third street W. 21st st. S g. h. ?. brick house (per month) $'/?5 W. 39th st., 3 s. li. s. brick house :(per month) IKS W. 45th st, 4 s. h. s. brown stone house... (per month) 380 W. 25th St., S s. h. s. brick house (per mouth) 200 W. limh st, 4 s. h. s. brick house (per year) 2,300 W. 25th st, 4 s. E. b. house (per month) 200 iL&Lfevt. iraiuilL^i"? (peryetr) 1,(00 r-Trn^ir a ~ 7" ."t.n^rw-ermta-hoiise. vear) 4.000 ft. 19tS \l\ 31 K. b. brick IS) 3a av., 4 s. h. s. brown .tone. T/'OCR STORY BROWN STOVE HOUSE NO. 4 V^BST -T Forty-third street, completely and elegantly furnished ; rent $350 per month. Apfc'yi from 9 A. M. to 6 1. M., on premises. ^ For rent?to a private fam^l v;.no. 8 east Thirtieth street; Dwelling, high stoo> - '""own ?tVn'< complete order, with Gold's sanitary hcatvr* lurnw"ed Inquire at the door. HOU8ES, FURNISHED AND UNFURNIflHE^/1^0 Stores aud Lofts wanted lor numerous applies'13 ' r'?rtif? wishing to rent please send particulars to n .IOUkNJSAY. 51 Llspenard street. TO LET FURNISHED-TO A PRIVATE FAMIIJf, a large stfltl# House, 23 East Twenty-second street; 84feet (front; newly frescoed and painted; kitchen aud laundry separate. Apply from 9 to 11 or 2 to & TO LET?FURNISHED, A SMALL TURKE HTORY House, to a respectable small tamlly: to he seen from 9 to 12 and 4 to 7 o'elock. Apply at 61 hast Twentyfirst street VERY DESIRABLE AND FULLY FURNISHED three f.tory brown stone House to rent, near Broaaway and *orty-?eventh street; rent $200 per month. WM. A E. CKL'IKftHANE, Broadway and Forty-fourth street. (If) WEST TWELFTH STREET.?A FOUR STORY ' browa stone House, neatly furnished, suitable for first elans physician or private family ; or would reutthe greater part l'n f a rn tailed. A FOUR STORY HIOH STOOP BROWN STONE House to let?Unfurnished, on Thirty ninth street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues; $3,80). H. R. DREW A CO., No. 3 West twenty-third street, Filth Avenue Hotel. A FOUR STORY HIOH STOOP BROWN STONE Hou*e to let?Unfurnished, on Twenty-second street, between Flttli and Sixth avenues: $'),?#>. H. It. DRKW A Co., No. 3 West Twenty-third street, Fifth Avenue Hotel. A THREE STORY HIOH STOOP HOUSE TO LET? Unfurnished, ou Tweuty-sccnnd street, near Fourth avenue; rent?l,H(k). II. R. DRKW A CO , No. 3 Weat Twenty-third street, Fifth Avenue Hotel. A PRIVATE FAMILY AND REASONABLE RENT uruntA.I i,\r o At?a? >.U.a Kr,.wn tl..na 1 11It*,, East Seventeenth street; gas fixtures complete EDWARD J SALMON, 33 East Seventeenth street A COMFORTABLE FRAME HOUSE ON FORTY third street, half a block from Broadway, containing thirteen rooim; lease ior sale 9300, rent #1,000. WM. i h. C'RtTIKSlIANK, Broadway and Forty-fourth street. nARLKM.?TO LKT. HANDSOME NEW BRICK lieuse: every improvement; including nas fixtures; very desirable; rent, tAO |?r month; 231 East 110th street; genteel pleasant neighborhood; <>oat and cars convenient. LAROE, UXPURNISHED. FOl'R STORY HOUSE, three rooms deep, extension to third story; in splendid order throughout; good location ; near Broadway; price $2,GOO. WM. A E OKUIKSHANK, Broadway and forty-roarth street. TO LET-FOUR STORY BROWN STONE HOUSE NO. 202 West Fifty-ninth street, opposite Central Park; moderate rent; furnished or unfurnished. Inquire of Hi KNI BBt'' n*door- . Any person desirous of negotiating for a House for the Winter ran arrange now with an American private family; moderate price; adults only. 2S2 Esst Nineteenth Street. _______________ TO LET?A THREE STORY HOUSE, WITH ALL modern improvements, in best condition. Inquire at 82 Amity street. fTNFURNISIIKD HOUSES TO RENT?BY U JAMES R. EDWARDS, 6* West Twenty-third street. W. 34th st., 4 s. R. b. brown stnne house (per year)$?,2j0 W. :i?th St., 4 s. h s. brown stone bouse . .(per vear) 3,000 W. 21st st, S s. h. s. brick hsuse (per year) ?>0 w. 20th st, 4 a E. b. brick hou<* Qx-r year) 1,400 W. till St., S ?. n. s. brown stone hou*e ... .'per year) I,HBO E. 50th st, 4 s. couage b. s., 20 rooms, (per month) 90 7tn a v., 4 i h. s. brick house (per veur) 1JM0 E. 39Ui st, 4 s. h s. brown stone house ... (per year) 3,600 PVKNIHHKD ROOMS A\l> APARTMKNT8 TO LKT. AN OPPORTUNITY TO SECURE TWO CHOICE front single furnished Rooms; elegant salt; second floor; adioiniDg bathroom; house four stories, brown stoue; close to Broadway. 30 hast Twelfth street A CHOICE OF NEWLY FITTED UP AND FURnislied Rooms? For gentlemen or light housekeeping; cool, pleasant, spacious house; terms unusually moderate. Owner's residence No. 47 Aralty street A private family will let a fine second Floor, containing every convenience for housekeeping, tiirniched or aniurnlshcd. 131 Clinton place, between Fttlh and Sixth svcuuua. A PARLOR. BEDROOM AND KITCHEN, COMMTNL eating. renteelly lumlshed for housekeeping: pleasantly located; 940 iter month. No 74 West Fiit> tlllh st. A NICELY FURNISHED ROOM TO 1,ET?SUITABLE lor a gentleman and his wife; $4 per week; or two gentlemen, In an American fauiily. 124 West Thirtythird street, oe?r Sixth avenue. BjHRNIBHED-EXTRA LAROE MAIN PARi.oirs. 1 lofty tellings, ample wardrobes, hot and cold wateralso upper Room, in spacious residence of a small family. No. # 8t Mark's place (Eighth street), near Broadway. Ny bill at the door, lerms superlatively r?weuttlt. iRK HERAID, MONDAY, FUROTSIIHD ROOMS A WD APABTMK1ITS TO LET. FURNISHED or unfurnished. SECOND floor 10 let 106 Weat Thirty-aecoud street Furnishkd rooms to kirst class gentle. men, near Clarendon Hotel: hot and cold water bath; re lerences exchanged. *7 East Eighteenth street. FOR (INK OR TWO OENTLfcMKN, WITHOUT BOARD, large furnished hall Room, centrally located, near Park. KM Kitty-sixth street, between KourUi and Lexington avenues. HANDSOMELY FURNISHED PARLOR AND BEDroom, also tingle Room for gentlemen, without board, in the new hrst rlasi house 638 Savantn avenue, junction of Broadway and Koriy-fourth street _ IAROE, COOL, HANDSOMELY FURNISHED J Rooms, en suite or singly, to let, in first cla?.n house; all conveniences; references. 148 West Thlrty-wveutli street, near Broadway. * ' Nicely furnished front rooms TO LET, with conveniences for housekeeping. Mo. Hi Eighth avenue, near Twenty-third street ONE OR TWO HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOMS, on second floor, breakiast if desired, in a private family: tortus moderate. 268 West Forty-third street, between Broadway Hnd Eighth avenue. PARTIES DESIRING HANDSOMELY Kl'RNIsnED Rooms, en suite or singly, can And first class accommodations at 130 West twenty-first street rpo LET?FRENCH FLAT, 8 ROOMS, BAST FIFTY* 1 ninth street and Furniture tor sale low, on account of owners departure. Address H? box 4,708 i'osl oflice. TO LET?AN ELBOANTLT FURNI8IIED FRONT Room In private heuse and family; first class neighborhood, at 449 Weat Twenty-fourth meet. TO LET?FUBNI8HRD FOR HOUSEKEEPING, pleasant front Room and Hedrootn; small private house: tonus moderate. Sij West Xwenty-iourth street, near Eighth avenue. TWO VERY PLEASANT "ROOMS?NICELY F(7Rnished, on second and third flcors, trout to gentlemen only. No. UW West t wenty second street. rPWO LARUE, NICELY FURNISHED rooms, WITH 1 sleeping rooms attached, to let, together or separately, to gentlemen only. Inquire at 48 Clinton place. MTH HTREET. NEAR DELMONICO'S.- AN ELEgant Second floor, parlor, ted and dreeing rooms, bath, closet, hot and cold water: also third story iront Room. Address U., box 4.848 Post office. "I r UNIVERSITY PLACE. -NICELY FURNISHED 1 tJ Rooms, rn second and tourth floors, without board, tor gentlemen only j references exchan;:* <:nl DOMINICK STREET.-THE FIRST FLOOR TO 2 let, lurnislied, lor housekeeping. 99 IRVINU PLACE ?THIRD FLOOR FRONT BOOM, ?? with hot and cold water, suitable tor two single gentlemen or man and wife; price $20. Also third floor" back Room, with Bedroom connecting, hot and cold water, per week. Of\ WEST TWENTY-THIRD STREET.-HANI). OU somcly furnished Rooms to let, en suite or singly; references exchanged. mea.rr thirty first .street.?furnished Rooms to let to families or single gentlemen. IQfi SECOND AVENUE, NEAR TWELFTH X?7U street?Two elegantly furnished Put-ota, together or singly, well adapted for party of gentlemen; also heautllal large Room; private family; terms very moderate. UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APART _ __ MIS NTS TO LET, A?LOWER HALF OF HOUSE 133 WEST TWENTY ninth street near Sixth avenue, to let, to an American family of lwo adults, Irotn September I. Call on Monday. A?TO LET, BELOW FIFTY-SIXTH STREET, NEAR Fifth avenue, corner Flat and one Inside Suit of eight, nine nnd feu rooms; halls heated; the handsomest ever erected on the Continent Onlv small families, with first class references, apply to JAMES FBTTRKTCH, 998 Sixth avenue. Desirable apartmets, nine rooms each. Lower Part of two Houses to let, in fiuo order. In- , quire on Premies, 29 or 36 King street, between Muodougal and Varlck. IrtLATS, WITH ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS-8 ' to 10 rooms, |3Ho $75 a month; excellent location, within five minutes' walk of Park. Apply at 1,1)37 Third avenue. TO LET?DWELLING PART POUR STORY MARBLE liuildiiiK sixth avenue, above Twentv-soventh street; tliree floors; five rooms; will let separate ; excellent locution; physicist], dentist, dressmaker Apply to WILLIAM M.OlLfcS * CO., 451 Mxth avenue. TO LET?THRBB UNFURNISHED ROOMS ON TIIIR1) floor to small family; water, gas (sopa-ate meter), bath; private hoii?e Apply at 11)9 Leroy street TO LET-AT 101 KINO STREET, SECOND FLOOR and Basement, 5 rooms; rent $3.i. rpo LET-FI-ATS OP SEVEN ROOMS; RENTS MOD1 erate: flne location, near Central Park; all new rooms. all Uiihted and ventilated. Apply ou premises, 127 East Eighty-filth street. VERY DESIR \ RLE FRENCH II,,VIS TO I.ETThird avenue and Seveuty-second street, also Eishth avenue and Forty-fourth street: six rooms and butltineaeh Hat. WM. k h. OKI IK.SHANK, Broadway and Forty fourth street . QQft LEXINOTON AVENUE.?A FRENCH FLAT OP OOU six rooms on second Hour; all modern improvements; walls painted. Apply t<> owner, ou first floor. HOUSES, ROOM?, Art ., WAJTTKD. In tliia City and Brooklyn. A?,*.?A.?FREE REOISTRY FOR THOSE DESIRING to rent Houses the eiistiinK season, at the real estate oftlce ot PHALON A SLOAN, No. 31 East Seventeenth street (North I nioti d<yiarc>, uear ^roadway. Most cetu location IjiUwtfty. ? *? : -v-v*-1' ' - A GENTLEMAN DESIRES A PARLOR AND BEDroom in a house where there are no other lodgers, where his witc. who resides in the country, can oeca. sionally visit him. Ad res*, with lull particulars, CllAKIVARI, Herald Uptown Branch ofllce. WANTED-A NICELY FURNISHED PLAT OR Floor of flve rooms for housekeeping, with all improvements; location between Fourteenth and Fortieth street* and Third and Madison avenues. Address B., box 204 Herald Uptown Kruncli office. WANTED?IN A PRIVATE FAMILY. TWO ADJOIN inn Rooms, partly furnished: In central location; ?. r a lady and son: terms must be moderate. Address L. Herald office. TrTA.VTkl?-A FIRST CLASS FLAT, OF EIOHT 08 YV ten rowms' ,unus,1(ld or unfurnished: must be locked tetweift 1.1" aS(1 ,sixt.)h,.2,vp,",,ie"?1 Address, with lull particulars^*. * hox^2.322 1 out ofllce. WANTED-AN iTNriLBNISHKD HOUSE JN A GOOD Vf location for* resW08'?11? rent aboat $2,000. ffM. A XE. A. GRUIK8QAX1, Froadwar^'id Foriy-tourth street. TirANTED? RY A PARTY PFPOUR OENTLBMEN, tt furnished Rooms, without boaiM^etwee* Eighth and Fourteenth streets and Broadway and .S(*th avenue. Address box 146 Herald Uptown Branch office. WANTED TO RENT?AN UNFURNISHED FOUR Tt story and basement House; locution between Fourth and Mxtb avenues and TwentleOi and Thirty -fltria street*. Address JAMK8 ANDIKSON, box 1M Herald alBce. A-AA PER ANNUM WILL BE PAID BY A PRI??JUU vate family tor a Second Floor Flat or lower Part ol a house. Address PERMANENT PARTY, box 100 Harold office. KL'RXITl.'ltE. A MAGNIFICENT ASSOHTM KNT HOUSEHOLD Furniture for sale?Superb Drawing Room Suit, Grand Duchess and Marie Antoinette styles; covered -ill. 1.? anik) Inr i!MI suit; one do., $125; do., $50; rosewood Pianoforte. parlor Brand, lour round cornoni; cost $1,200, tor $.*0; Etogeres, Paintings, Bronzes, silverware; Chamber, Dining Fnrniiure; a sacrifice; property families leaving city. 36 West ISlli at, near Mh a v. _______ AKIMHKI. A J. CABl'S, FI'RNITI'RE manukac. ttircri aud Decorators, will remove from 9? and 9.0 Broadway to their spacious warerooms, Nos. 7 and 9 Tiast Twentieth .street, opposite Lord A Taylor's. A?FOR SALE, ELEOA NT HOUSEHOLD furni. ture ot private residence 120 West Zkl street, namely?Brocatel Parlor Suit, cost $ti00; 14 pieces for 9'JM) silk rep Suit, lift); plush Suit. $r.?; Chamber Hulls, complete. 970, upwards. Carpet-, Bcdstcals, Bureaus. Mattresses, in low to suit. A -FOR SALE, FIRST CLAPS HOUSEHOLD FURNI" . tare, made to order lor Philip A. VanderhoflT, Km., now In Europe. Magnificent Grand Duchess style, satin brocatel Parlor Suit, cost $730, tor $200; one no., $lf0; Turkish Suit, reps, silk tassels, cost $AUi, for $225; brocatel and reps Suits, $rt5 and $i0; Pianoforte, Paintings, Chamber. Library. Dining Furniture, less than half cost. No reasonable oiler retused. House to let 104 bast 83th street, between Fourth and l<exington avenues. AI,A RUE ASSORTMENT OF CARPETS, FURNItnre and Bedding nt lowest cash prices, by weealy instalments, at O'FARItKLL'K warehouse, 410 Kightn avenue, between 'thirtieth aud Tliirty-flrst streets. AT PRIVATE SALE?entire household furniture private residence 210 West 21st St., Parlor Suits (14 pieces), $80; do.. $100; Chamber Sets, $40 to $100; elegant 7'? octave Decker Pianoforte; 1? Carpets, 90c. per yard; 39 hair and spring Mattresses, $12; Library, Dining Vurniture; Bronzes. Painting-. Ac Ahol'hk to let anii furniture for hale at a sacrifice lor cash ?Parlor Kuita, $78; reps, $40; Bedroom. $25; Brussels Carpets, HV. wo iota cheap for c.asb. Private residence 21 Ka-t .iitli st.. near Broadway. CARPETS, Furniture, Bads, Bedding. Ac. Payments taken by the week or month. Terms easy. KELLY A co.. corner ot Twenty fifth street and Sixth avenue. Ifor hale-the furnitcrr or a floor of 1 sU rooms; a Iso the Floor to let at 719 Seventh avenue. Apply tn the tailor shop. Good second hand and misfit carpets a specialty?All sines, rich patterns, very cheap, at Hi Fulton street, between William and Nassau. NOW IS Tit V. TIME TO IH'Y A PICKIIARDT'S Patent Bedstead, and also good furniture, b> JOHN HERRI.It'll A CO., twri Broadway, New Vork. WBEKLY AND MONTHLY PAYMBNTS FOR FUBNItu/c. Carpet* and t edding, at B. M. COWPERTHWAIT 4 CO. s, 15ft and 157 Chatham street An Immense stock and low prices. CLOTHING. AT.?MAR?9' WKU KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT 101 Si*tb u venue, opposite Eighth street, ladies and gentlemen can receive the utmost value In cash for their cast-off Clothing. Carpets, Jewelry, Laces, Ac. Please call at or addrona the number as above. Ladies waited 011 by Mrs Marks. Please try ami satisty youreelres. AT 848 SEVENTH AVKNUF., MR AND MBR RORBNBKRO pay'for Clothing the following prices -.?For Presses, $4 lo $85. for Coats. $2 to $20 ; for Pants, 91 10 . $8. aiM CftUiua N Mldcweaejste-^ AUGUST 18, 1873?TRIPLE AjrrsBmnsirrn. WOOD'S MUKKl'*. ~ J. W. ALBAUOU. MONDAY, AUOUST 18. l-<73. POSITIVELY LAST WEEK. EVENING ?AT a. APTERNOON AT 2. The talented Artists The young Tragedian Mr. and Mr*. Mr. J. W. ALBAUGH. E. T. STETSON, In J. J. McOloikey'it In J. H, Reuault's new Urania of ucw emotional Drama, POVERTY PLAT; entitled or, PABLO: I CALIFORNIA IN ?. or. THE CUBAN BRIDE. MONDAY l'.VlCNINQ, AUOI ST ?. Mr. E. EDDY In METAMORA and JACK CAPE. __ OLYMPIC THEATRK. * THOMPSON" TROUPE. This Theatre, redecorated and complete ill all 1U arrangements, will open lor the season on MONDAY EVENING, AUUUhT 25. When the world-lamed '-Peerless Queen ol Burlesque," MISS LYD1A THOMPSON IIER NEW OROA NIDATION, (lie largest and most complete in tlie world, now in reheitrsal, will appear in a new cxirava^auza l>y (<eo. P. Rowe, ciitliled * ' MEPHISTO and the POUR SENSATIONS, introducing specialties, expressly Imported and ol the MOST NOVEL AND EXr KN&IVE CHARACTER. Pull particulars will ke inunediuttdv announced. Box otflce tor tlie sale of feats will l>e opened on THURSDAY, the 21stlnat. CADEMY OP MUSIC. THE SALVINI SEASON. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. Mr. Maurico Orau has the honor to announce to the American public the engagement for a series ol ONE HUNDRED REPRESENTATIONS of the leading Tragedian of Italy, Slgnor TuMMASO 8ALVINI, with a complete Dramatic Company, silecied by himsoli to secure the ported presentation in the l ulled Slates; ot the grka'i works of the classic stage, with which tils nauie Is iusepvrably associated. the salvini performances in new york are limited to twenty subscription nights, and will bo given durin; a period of seven weeus, commencing on or about TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 18. The subscription books for Ihe entire scries will be opened on MONDAY MORNING, 8KPT. I, at the office of tho SALVINI ADMINISTRATION, room 7, Steinway ItalL Subscription nights?Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday. Attraction extraordinary. M. COLLODION, the Eminent Caricaturist and latest sensation of Paris und London. has been engaged for the United States hy Henderson A Colville, and will appear upon lils arrival in New York, on or about September I, 1873. All negotiations must lie made with 8AMUEL colville. Black crook.?opening nioiith-choice Heats at st. Nicholas Hotel 't heatre Ticket office. PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, 6iV. Awehkr pianoforte, seven octave, hound comers, curved legs; good as new; bargain for cash; beautiful ros-wooil Piano only$100. J. MIDDLE, 13 Waverley place, near Broadway. A BEAUTIFUL SEVEN OCTAVE PIANO, RICHLY carved case and legs, ncurlv new, $150; Planus to rent and on instalments, at JOHN MAHON's, 224 East Thirty-ninth street A sui'erb 8TEINWAV A son's piano, in thor ougb order, lor sule; cash wanted: Checkering, cneap ; a uruiiuury, *isu. utumiu j iikui iii.iih, SO Bleecker strict, near Broadway. A MAGNIFICENT ROSEWOOD PIANOFORTE PARlor Oritad (or Bale; four round corners, richly carved; made order; lully guaranteed: used Smooths; celebrated city maker; coat $1,200. lor $1100; embroidered clotli cover Stool, rosewood Music Hack, Books; also, superb Drawing Room Suit, covered brocade, Ktngeres, Cabinet*. Mirrors, Chamber, Dining Room Furniture, Silverware; a cacriflcc. Property taniliv leaving city, lift West Fifteenth struct, near Fittli avenue. A MAGNIFICENT PATENT AGRAFFE GRAND square 7% octavo rosewood Pianoforte, nearlv new, cost $1,200. for $300; Stool, Cover, Cabinet; lias I ox for ' shipping; Marie Antoinette style satin Parlor Suit, cost $780, lor $200; one do., $150; brocatel and rep Suits, $ii5 and $50; Paintings, Carpets, Chamber, Library, Dining Furniture, a sacrifice. Rcsidoneo 104 East 26th street, between Fourth and Lexington avenues. AN ELEGANT DECKER PIANOFORTE, FOUR round, rosewood; all improvements; maker's guarantee ; a brilliant toned 7'? octave, cost $1,200, for $225. Call this day at prlvute residence 210 West 21st St. A ROSEWOOD 7 OCTAVE PIANOFORTE, HAVING lour round corners, elegant carved legs, moulding. Ac., lully guurauteed, oulv $140; greatest bargain; cost $700. JAMES GORDON, 157 Bleccker street. ACUICRRRING A SON ROSEWOOD PIANOFORTE for pale; also magnlticient 7L4 octave, tour round corners, carved Pianoforte, cost $1,200, tor $275; all iinprovemeuts. Cull at private residence, 120 West 23d street. A $200 MAGNIFICENT 7>i OCTAVK AGRAFFE ROSEwood overstrung iron trame (Goldsmlih) Pianoforte, Stool, Ac.; curved ease and legs; latest improvements; fully guaranteed. GOLDSMITH'S, 20 Bleocker stroet, near Bowery. i k bp.vpiv nr.Tivit misKwrinn 1>t a Nmrnnrp. vnn A tlZV Wc arc Totalling the best flnistied und richest tuned I'iauo'orujs manuiactured trom $225 up. CO-OPKKAT1VE I'l ANOMAKERS, No. 9 Oreat Jones street, near Hruadway A LADY WILL SKLL, LESS THAN ?100 CASH, BEA.1.'titnl Pianoforte, Stool and Covor; celebrated maker; modern style and improvements; period order. Third street, near Bowery. A -OWNER WILL SELL "BEAUTIPUfr seren (n-tavfl,Piano, tolebfated maker, in perfect order, fe^-t^YTrMidenne No. 243 Kant Thirtieth street, ^pV?enSecond ?na Third avenues. Beautiful rosewood piano, $uo; 7,% carved legs. a tirade treble, every Improvement, almost new: sicriflce; instalment taken, |12 monthly. K. CABLE, 107 We<t 23d st Good pianos for rent or sale?cheap for cash ; rent applied to purchase, at MERRELL'S, No. 8 Union suuarc and iti5 Fourth av. Call and sue them. J P. HALE IS MARINO 10,000 PIANOS FOR THE . trade cheaper and better than small makers can buy tho sti ck. Thirty-tilth street und I'enih avenue. enrv piano* and organs, new and second 0\>\j hand, of tiratcla*) makers, will lie sold at lower prices, for cash or Instalments, or for rent, io city <Scountry, by HORACE WATERS A HON, 481 Broadway than ever offered before in New York. Agents wanted. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. AN INCOME OF $12,000 PER ANNUM, WITH AVERY desirable positiou, may be caiilv realized by a gentleman Investing $3,(100 ami giving Ills immediate services in the management of an old established business of high repute and well known standing. Address RETIREMENT, Herald Uptown Branch office. a niPITiMOT wiiin.n i ivr to tiirf ihdt nn A buy a good business. Address, statins particular*, O., box 15 station D. A MOST 8UCCESSPUL IMPORTING HU8INE88, very profitable, in (till operation and with rtrst class established trade, to be sold?rtatlslactory reasons tor Belling; capital refmlrod about $*>,iiou. _ A^BLOMQVIST, 130 Nassau street^ A COMPETENT man, WITH MODEFATE CAPITAL, to engage In manufacture and sale of ranges, heater*, Ac.; uiariiit established: rare opportunity. Apply to JokN HIBOKi, A 00., 79 Cedar street. An active man, with $s.soo cash, can join the advertiser In business in Philadelphia that will net $15,1X10 per year sure. Particulars by addressing PHILADELPHIA, nerald office. Business opportunity.-an actTve man, with capital is wanted to take an Interest with advertiser til extending a business already established and capable of great enlargement and corresponding profit Address HOWARD, rarr ol'C. II. Oliver, No- I Park place. I/<OR SALE? HALP OB WHOLE INTEREST IN A ' J1 good paying Llvtry Stable, a little distance in m New York; must be a person who can take the whole charge, as the present owner has no time; must have at least $3,000 cash. Address LIVEltY, box 161 Herald officc. For pale-a controlling interest in one of the most useful and important, patents tor the manufacture ol Has. Can be Hold to every (Jos Company In the United States. Address Post office box PulUdelphla, Pa. TpROM $800 TO $1,201) WILL BUY AN OLD E8TABF lished, profitable Busines?, as the present owner ts obliged to attend to other business at once. Address D. D., box 199 Herald offiee. BEAT business OPPORTUNITY.?$29,000 OB 25 T per cent cash, balance In real estate, offered for Stock Dry Goods. Clothing, Roots, Shoes and Hardware. Applv Immediately to d. A L., box 12d Metropolitan MONEY WANTED lO MAKE MONEY.-I HAVE A flouring inill, 12 run ol stone; I want a Partner, with troHi JJ.itO to $40,(MI; tnlll located at Alexandria, Va., on the Potomac Hlver; $ 1(10,000 profit eon be made yearlywith the use ol II. S. Smith's patent flour dresser; will sell. Kor further information address ,J. H. KUSSKI.I.. No. 125 Pennsylvania avenue. Washington, D. C.* PARTNER WANTKR?WAN FED. A PARTNKK WITH capital In a ladles' dress trimmings manufacturing business. Pluase address LtHBSS TRIMMINGS, Herald office. PAWNBROKER'S BUSINESS KOR SALE?NOW DOlng an extensive trade ; with a Are years' leose of house ; will he sold cheap Apply at 3M West Korly. eighth street WANTBD-A PARTNER, ACTIVE OR SILENT, with at least $10,000; a specialty in Toilet Soap; factory In operation; a favorable arrangement would he made , communication* treated confidentially; Address TOILET, Herald office. WANTED?A PARTNER, WITU $t,l?), TO TAKE one-half interest in the lease, fixtures and business of a meat, butter, cheese and general produce market; has been established 30 years, inquire at MS Broadway, roomS. djrnn ?active business man wanted in. qP'JWU* stantor, to manage a department of an enormously profitable business; $10,000 yearlv for his services, easily made. Address CASHIER, box 12G Herald Uptown Branch office. 4lH AfMl SPECIAL CAPITAL WANTBD?ON JH/.WUU good security, In a well established manufacturing business; 20 per cent guarantees!, principals only will be noticed. Address A. B. ftation L>. 4i1 ^ (WWt ~a careful business man. with <piiM/UU> the above amount, can secure a handsome Residence and Half Interest in a safetar.d pleasant, cash business, near Troy, N. Y. If the residence Is not desired $10,000 will bny the busineas Interest. A sure income lor life. Best reierence given and required. Address WM. If. BALDWIN .Ifil Jtroailway. Troy, N. Y. h/lH UsKD TO EXTEND OUR BUSINESS ViWiUUu will bring an unusual return. Services not required, but character of associate must be good. Address box 1,1*8 Post office. ion nnn worth or stock on hand at JOuiUUU wha'esaie prices; 3 Patents; oontrol Important speclaittea; short time trade; urgent and profitable, $10,000 ready money wanted; repaid In Id months at 100 oer cut. AddroM K *? box LU4. I'oit ! SHEET. AUDHEMEMW. WAiMcra. BOl/CICAUM. B0DC1CAULT. BOUOIOAOLT. MIXL HTHI. M I ML TUB GBEATE8T SUCCESS ON KKCOKD. SECOND . SECOND MONTH. MONTH. CBOWDED HOUSES and UM*ABAU-EI,EI> ENTHUSIASM liavc attended the cngaKement of the eminent Comedian, the master spirit ol the Rnglish Mure, DTON bOUCIC \ ITIjT, EVEItY NiiiUT, and HATUBDAY MATIN KB, in his new eraottonul play, 111 6 acta, MI MI. MIML MIMI, MIMI, MI MI. asslsfd by Miss KITTY BLANCH ARD, Mrs. F. FOSTER, Miss MAKY WELLS, Mi*t VANDYKE, Mr. CRISP, Mr. HOWSUN, Mr. E. LAMB, Mr. A. BltADLBY and Mr. B. BINGGOLD. The part of MIM1 by Miss KATIIKRINE ROG ER8. C^tRAND OPERA HOUBB. X (Begins at to 8 precisely. Carriages may be ordered tor 11.) Hole Lessee and Manager Mr. AUOU8TIN DALY TUESDAY. "ATOUST 19, 1S73, OPENING -NIGHT of Mr. Daly's SECOND SEASON at this most magnificent theatre, wblch Ims been entirely renewed and relttted during the hunyner vacation, and which will be devoted during the season now comuienc ng to the rapid production of all that Is NOVEL GRAND, ENTERTAINING and pure In BPEOTACLE. ROMANTIC DllAMA, Ol'KRA and PANTOMIME. To thisend Mr. DALY ban secured a DRAMATIC COMPANY of incomparable power aud completeness, which includes? Mr rs r. m* the world-lamous Mini unapproachable comedian; Mr. H. IIA REINS, the great Now York. favorite; Miss KATUKKXNiS KOUKKS, who joins these forces at (he expiration of an existing engagement; Miss FANNY HAYWARD, the popular comedienne and voealist; Mr. KHANIC HARDKNiSLHU, the favorite eccentric artist, of the Hostoii theatres; Mr. CHARLES LECLERCQ, ot the principal English ?nd American theatres; Mr. J. W. JKNNINOS, last season's popular lavorlte; Mr. M. A. Kennedy. Mr. 0. K. box, Mr. James Taylor, Mr. W. 1J. Hamilton, Miss Adelaide Lennox Miss Margerlte Chainhors (of the London theatres), (of the California theatres), M i-.ri Mary Carr, ^ ^ Miss Lizzie Herbert, Stage Manager I'..Mr. J. B. WRIGHT Musical Mirojlnr Mr. A. PHEDIGaM Scenic Artists Mr. GEORGE HElSThK and Mr. CHARLES W. WITH AM ?* The DRAMATIC performances will be diversllicd during the nrogress of the season by a brief term of ITALIAN OPERA, In which Signer TAMBEliLIli, Mine. LUCCA and ILMA DE MII Its K A will be the leading stars. Siguor TAMllERLIK'S debut will take place ou October 6. TUESDAY NIGHT, AUGUST 19, and EVERY EVENING during the wee's, and also for the MATINEE SATURDAY, will be produced Sliukspcare's most lancinating Fairy Spectacle, entitled A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. with entirely new scenery and a magnificent double 1'anoraiua of Fairy Land, by Mr. GEORGE UEISTEU, and a gorgeous Transformation, by Mr. CHAS. W. WITI1AM. Theseus, Duke of Athens Mr. M. A. Kennedy ASgeus, Father to llerinia Mr. Cyril Searfe ijysanuer <111 iovu wuu mr. u. n. narKius 1 Demetrius) Hcrinla 5 Mr. James Taylor Fhllostrate, Master of ltevols Mr. Manley Suince, the Carpeutor The f Mr. F. Hardenberg ottom, the Weaver Hard I Mr. O. L. Fox. Flute, the Bellows Mender .handed) Mr.Chas. r.eclercq. Snout, the Tinker Men 1 Mr. J. W. Jennings. Sniu, the Joiner ol' | Mr. C. ff. Fox. Marvelling, the Jailor Athens (.Mr. W.U.Ilauiilton Hypolita, Queen of the Amazon*, Miss Maryerite Chambers Hcrmia, In love with Lysander Miss Adelaide Lennox Helena, in love witn Demetrius Miss Nina Varlau FAiKIKd. Titania, the Oucen Miss Fanny Hay ward Oberon. the King Annie Kemp Howler Puck Little May iemuleton First Fairy s?idee Vivian Satyrs, attendants on Oberon. by the GOLDKN CALIFORNIA* QUARTET, Messrs. Williams. Albert and Charles Welling and J. W. Krecth. AU of MENDELSSOHN'S exauisitc music and several original numbers by Mr. A. I'ltl.DlUAM will he sung by the quartet and chorus. In the third act a Grand Fairy Ballet, composed and arranged by Mine. KAH1I LANNEK and danced by A TROUPE OF FIFTY BEAUTIFUL CHILDREN. EVERY EVENING the Spectacle will be preceded by the rattling Protcau and MumcbI Comedy entitled THRICE MAURIED. Characters.bv Miss Fanny Hayward, Mr. Charles LeCluq, J. W. Jennings, A, Q. Lnp?, D. Helms, J. HowlandT 8ATURDAY, August 25. at half-pa?t one, MATINEE of MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. Admission to the Matinees?$1 to all parts of the house. Including a reserved scat Mr. DALY hetrs t/i announce as an IMPORTANT FEAT 0Tn<r oT the present season tho SPECIAL SATURDAY KIGHT BILLS, when, In addition to the regular attraction of the week a POPULAR DRAMA will be performed. Thus on SATURDAY EVENING, August 23, Uie programme will consist of _ MIDSUMMER NIGHT'8 DREAM ^entire) LADY AUD?I$'8 SECRET. . BOX OFFICE open UalTy from 8 A. M. till 6 P.^f Prices?Orchestra Chairs, $150; Parquette Circle, SI; Parlor Chairx, $2; Admission, $1; Family Circle (entrance on Tweutv-lourth street), 90c. beats may always fcc secured one week in advance. "JJNION SQUABS THEATRE. Proprietor Mr. SHERIDAN SHOOK Manager Mr. A. M. PALMER Begins at 8. Saturday Matinee at 1 30, Carriage* may be ordered at 10:30. ENORMOUS EVERY NIGHT SUCCESS of the and at the SATURDAY MATINEE, VOKES. the INIMITABLE VOKES FAMILY THE THEATRE In tbeir new American riay, CRAMMED v TO THE DOORS FUN" IN A FOG. NIGHTLY, pronounced by the press and the pub lie tho with some of the BEST PIECE in the VOKES' REPERTOIRE. most refined preceding which EVERY NIGHT, the . and elegant admirable two act Drama, ' OLD PHIL'S BIRTHDAY. audience* ? TO AVOID THE GREAT CRUSH ever gathered AT THE DOORS IN THE EVENING SEATS SUOULD BE SECURED IN within its ADVANCE. Box ofttco open every day from 8 A. i walls. m. to 8 P. m. ? Seats secured TWO WEEKS in ad ?? vanco, by muil or telegraph. SATURDAY, AUGUST ZL AT 1 .*>, EVERYBODY SECOND VOICES' MATINEE AND fiilst matinee performance of DELIGHTED. | fun in a FOG. CENTRAL PARK GARDEN. THEO. THOMAS. TUEO. THOMAS' UNRIVALLED SUMMER NIGHTS CONCERTS. PROGRAMME FOR THIS (MONDAY) EVENING! AUGUST 18. AT 8. 1. Overture, "Rosamund*" Schubert 2. Waltz, "German Hearts" Strauss 5. Bridal chorus, "Lohengrin'' Wagner 4. Ballet, "Faust" Gouuod 6. Introduction to the opera. "The Seven Havens." (new) Rhclnberger 6. Andante Con Moto, Firth Symphony Beethoven 7. Polonaise, "Strueusee" Meyerbeer 8. March of Victory. "Votn Vels/um Meer" Liszt (?. Overturn, "Scmiramls" Rossini 10. I'aranhrasr. "I.ore'.ev" Nesvsdba 11. Walt'/, "Fluasc.hrlften'' Strause 12. Polonaise, "Mlgnon" A. Thomas Admission, 50c.; Packages containing twelve ticket.*, ?4. at the tixital places. Every Tliursdsy evening Grand Extra Concert. DR. KAllN'S ORAM) MUSEUM AND POLYTECHNIC Institute?Rebuilt, remodelled and with 6,000 fresh attractions, now open to the public at 6*! Broadway, nearly opposite the Grand Central Hotel. Models or every portion ol the human frame, breathing Mechanical Figiires^tc., Ac., altogether comprising the most entertaining 3nd instructive exhibition in the world. Admission, flUc. Scientific lectures daily, tteo to visitors. * INSTRUCTION# AT THOMPSON S COLLEGE. 50 FOURTH AV8NUK, opposite Cooper Institute.?Bookkeeping, Writing. Arithmetic and Laugnages. Day and evening. Ladles' department. Telegraphy taught practically; demand for operator*. No vacation. Business writing, bookkeeping, to., for business men?Messrs. DOLBKAR, S75 Broadway, corner Eighteenth street, teach bookkeeping practically, us used In ihe best New York house*, and qualify student* to act immediately as head bookkeepers; they also remove stillness and trembling and make elegant business writers. ______ /1HEGARAY INSTITUTE (ESTABLISHED IN NEW \J York in 1814).? English and French for youngjadies and misses. Boarding and day pupils. l,o27 and I,KM Spruce street, Philadelphia, Pa. French is the language of the family aad is constantly spoken in the Institute. lime. D'HERVTLLT, Principal. MERVIEW ACADEMY, BABYLON, L. I.-OT9BGANlton'SEngfah, French and German Home. Academy lor Young Ladles will reopen September 8. Miss Gannon is assisted in the musical department by her niece, Miss Louisa Eckstein, the celebrated pianist* from London. French and German spoken In the liotiae. Harmony and musical composition taught, and pupils thoroughly prepared for parlor or concert playing. Term* per annum. QT. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY FOR YOUNG LADIES, k5 Flushing, N, Y.?Studies will be resumed first Monday In September; board and tuition semiannually, $m For turther particular* apply at the institute. ^ <JTIiT)IKS WIIX BE RESUMED IN ST. JOHN S UOI, V i lege. Fordhtm. Westchester county, on Wednesday, September S, IH7J; board and tuition per year, IWl For lurttier particulars apply to JOB. IHKA, a. J.. President. T/Tr ANTKD?A MALE TBACHER TO TEACH IN A LtT boyc schosl the English branche*, German and phonography Address, wU& PAtUcuia?. A, B. C. D? IMVWU U. N?W fc><V A a iin?skjro(ti<. N"'"ra "'"-"opjiKl.o ?. r,uci" ci)oi ,u? ?%V*J2c*P"AAl?" * THK BLACK CROOfc THE BLACK CROOK THK BLACK CROOK. EVERY 80KNK. DANCE, BONG, COBTCMB, EKKBCT AND APPOINTMENT ENTIRELY Mldw. THE CAST UK 1HE PIECE i? of unu?ual strength ami dramatic ability. THE BALLET DEPARTMENT, under direction of M. ltnre Kirulfy, i* remarkably o?i?i plote unJ perfectly organized, comprising MUc. ADELE BONI, Mile. KM ILIA OIATAS8I, their first appearan e in Amcrica, and the flanoaa KIRALFY TR"UPE. Miles. IIANIOLA. EMILIE and KATT KIHAI.PY. Mona. IMEE and BO LOSSY KIRALKY. TWENTY ShCOND PRKMIEKBH, PORTY COBYPEBBft * l'Wu HUNDRED AND TWENTY AUXILIARIES. TWO ORAND BAI.LKT8. THK REVEL OK THK 8YREN8, BAI.LKT OF ALL NATIONS, DANCE DK BKETAONB COUPS OK BALLE* SPANISH DANCE SECOND PREMIERES P K RBI A AND RUSSIA CORYPHEES HUNGARIAN DANCE KIRALKY TROUPH M Ail YAK VIUADO K1KALFY FAMILY LA NORMANDIE Mile. OIAVA8SI SOUTH AMERICAN DANCE... .MARTIN and KIRALKY AMERICA Mile. BOht A NEW UKAND MARC HE D'AMAZONES. SPECIAL FEATURES. _ ??? Mona. FELIX BEUAMEY, Alons. KELIX REGAMBY. THE GREAT FRENCH CARICATURIST. 1 his wonderful artist will present, KOR THB PIR8T TIME ON lUK AMERICAN ST At IE. hi* remarkable and uuiuuc entertainment, in which be produce*, IN FULL VIEW OF THE AUDIENCE, INSTANTANEOUS UKOTESOUE PORTBAIT8 OK LEADINli PUBLIC CHARACTERS. MR. MABTIN'S WONDERFUL MECHANICAL HEAD. E. D. DAVIE8, the PREMIER VENTRILOQU18T. THE PERSIAN TWIN SISTKR8 VERDAY (th? youthful Acrobat*), tlioir flmt appearance in America. a company of London madkiual, boys. MAONIFICENT KCKNERY by VOEOTLIM. THE INCANTATION hCENK, a weird aod thrilling picture, preneatinc aserieiof noral an I ittartlinu ellerts. THE OftOTlO'OP STALACTA. THK ILLUMINATKD OOLDKN TKKRACK. Tlio Spectacle terminates wtih u S'TIp* of URAMD AIXKUOHICAL PICTURES. painted expreiMly lor thin ibralre by the lumuua artut, Mr. MATT MOKUAN, WINK. WOMKN, WEALTH, POWER. WAR. closing with a superb Tableau Vivant, IMMORTALITT. THK CJOJTUMU8 ANI> ARMORS are new and gorgeous beyond comparison. THK MUalO arranged by Mr. M. Connelly, Musical Conductor. SPECIAL NOTICE. BOX OFFICE OPEN DAILY AT EIGHT A U. FIRST BLACK CHOOK MATlUliE, WKDNKSDAY NEXT, AUOUSTjJO, AT 1 30 P. *L Bowery theatre. WILLIAM H. FRELIGH Manager MONDAY EVENING, A ll GUST 18, IsT3. Engagement tor six nighti ot iho great Irish Comedian and Vocalist, Mr. OEO. C. CHARLES, who will appear iu the now <ensaUon Drama, pronounced by press and public to bo the most exciting drama ever presented, entitled THE SKELETON HAND. Mr. Coo. C. Charles as Larry Preceded by the Petite Drama, called THE MONKEY BOY. First appearance In 15 years of Signor CA8RITO. FltlDAY EVKNIXtL BENEFIT OF MR. UKO. C. CHARLES. AO rand Matinee Performance will be given on Friday* Augusts lor the Benefit of WM. H. WHALLEY. Monday. 25ili, tbo Hon. WM. H. CODY will appear in F. G. MAEDKR'S Drama of BUFFALO BILL. Mr. Cody as Buffalo Bill DALY'S BROADWAY THEATRE (BEOINS AT 8?. (Late Filth Avenue?728 and 730 Broadway). Solo Lessee Manager Mr. ALut'STIN DALY" OPENINO NIOnT, MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 25, 1873, ior the regular Fall and Winter season, with a series of* STAR ATTRACTIONS unsurpassable,In this country, Mr. DALY having arranged with Miss CHakLuTTE CuSIIMAN.Mr. and Mrs. W. J. FLORENCE, Mr. ,J. K. EMMETT, Miss CARLOTTA LECLERQ. Mbs LUCILLE, WESTERN, HORACE LINGARD and ALICE DUNNINO and Mile. MARIE AIMEE and flEK NEW AND BRILLIANT OPERA BOUFFR ORGANIZATION. THE AIMRE COMPANY will Inaugurate the season on Autfunt 25 with the production of the great Parisian sensation LA FILLE DE MADAME AROOT. . Box shoot lor the ouenln*; will be ready on Thursday morning, August 21. at 8 A. M. CI A BROADWAY. Olrfc THEATRE COMIQUE. Mr. JOSH HART Solo Proprietor BRILLIANT SC'OOl-.SS OK THE NEW" PUOURAMME. THE PEOPLE'S FAVORITE RESORT. READ WHAT THE NEW YORK HERALD SAYS. . HERALD says. HERALD BAYS. ? r <?> $ We irequently hear a good ileal of cant abont plays which arc unfit to bo seen by ladles. If they are worthy of the time and thought! of gentlemen they ought to be equally suitable to the eyes and ears of ladies. Places of amusement like the Theatre Gomique would seem most likely to suffer from this cant, and yet that theatre is as free from anything that is o(Tensive In moral* as the most refined theatre in the city. q, _I <? MATINEE WEDNESDAY An D SATURDAY MATINEK MATINEE The entire evening programme MATINEK MATINEE performed at the MATINEK *V?k?r6P6litan theatre. J>1 (late Atheni-um). 985 Broadway. 585 r. w. BUTLER Manager GRAND REOPENING THIS EVENING, THIS EVENING, with an immense constellation of Stars. The auditorium renovated, decoratedand improved. Sec the list o( talented Stars. miss nul.lv pierris, Miss NULLY PIEltRIS, Miss NULLY PIERRIS. the most captivating vocalist in Amcrica. Miss BELLE HOVVITT, Miss hELLE UOWITT, Miss HKLENlTSMuT- - vt*?tvihelene smith? L-< Mitt Au?J?*ndkina, --i _ Miss MARION PfiAW" NEL8E SEYMOUR. bJYMOOB, LUKE SCHOOLCRAFT, - n jt LUKE SCHOOLCRAFT, *\ ADD RYMAN, RYMAN, ADD RYMAN, GEORGE H. COES, GEOROK n. COES, GEO, KETCH CTM, KETOHUM, GEO. K ETC HUM. HIGNOR ZKGRI.NA, Mons. BISLEY, LE ULAIR BROTHERS, LE CLAIR BROTHERS. JOR LANG, J. T. HOWARD, REYNOLDS BROTHERS, GEOROE and CHARLES. NEW FEATURES, NEW SPECIALTIES. FUNNY FUNNY FUNNY MOKES in A fog, FOG, FOG, koo The most laughable nbsurrlitv ov r presented. wednesday and saturday matinbb8l Terrace garden theatre, Fifty eighth street, between Lexington and Third in. ON TUESDAY EVENING. AUGUST 19. AT 8, third appearance of the comedian, JOSEPH KEPPLBR. in "DER PREUND IN DER NOTH." "DIE MUS1K DER OEGENWART." To conclude with Suppe's operetta, "zehn MADCHEN IjSI) KEIN MANN." Admission, SOc.: reserved seats, 25c. extra; boxes, ft extra; pnekages (12 tickets)J)& 1 NEW YORK MUSEUM OP ANATOMY. 618 BROAD, way, bctweon Houston and Bieecker streets.?Every one should visit the wonderful museum; it is toll of everything people should see and understand. Lectures daily on ,Tlhe Philosophy of Marriage." Those parties unable to attend theso important lectures can have them forwarded, post tree, on receipt ot 28 cents, by addressing secretary NEW YORK MUfiEL'M OK ANATOMY,614 Broadway, Now York. SPECIAL CARD. TO MANAGERS AND STARS. Mr. STEPHEN FlnKK. of London, having been constituted the agent (or the sale ot American rights und privileges in ALL THE NEW PLAYS OF THE BEST ENGLISH AUTHORS, and having constituted the undersigned his representative In New York, he Pegs to notity all persons interested that he Is prepared to negotiate for tho sale ot Copies and l.oeal or Travelling Rights iu the following newest LONDON SUCCESSES:? NEMESIS, m tremendously successful Bouffo and Bur lesque.by If. B. FARNIE. " ABtAjT TOWN, * Comedy, by BBRTIK VY8E, a great success tn London. _ _ 1)1 aNE, a new Parisian sc mation. by 8. B. FI8KE. Em. A new and yet unnamed Comedy, by JAMES ALBEBY. the author ot "Two Roues," Ac. *The Scone, Plots, Miiiic and all particulars accompany these manuscripts, For terms, *< ., address JOSEPH U. TOO KB, . Business Manager Kit th Avenue Theatre. C1abd. ?PRIVATE LESSONS, MUSIC AND LAN J guages. National Univerxity ot Music and Art. chartered by special act of Legislature. 92 Clinton place. Prospcctus mailed. J.JAY WATSON, President C1ARD.-THB "SCIIOOL JOURNAL" SAYS THE MOST J nourishing musical Institution tn America is Prof. J. JAY WATSON'S, '.<2 Clinton place. Eighth street, established l.SM; no classes. Circulars mailed. BROOKLYN BINK.-OONTBRNO'S SUMMER EVRNing Concert* Monday. August 18. Re engagement of Mile. Emma Pezcetti. the New Orleans Nightingale; and S'tnores Lorenao and Lnigi Schneider. Tuesday. Madam* Salvottl and extra night and hop. -yjBTROPOLITAN THEATRICAL AND SHOW PRINTINO ESTABLISHMENT, ' HERALD bTILDINO, BBOADWAY AND ANN STBKET. A LABOB ASSORTMENT OF THEATRICAL, MINSTREL AND VARIETY CUTS COXBTANTLT ON HAND. MtMCAL. A YOUNG LADY~ WITH A PULL CONTRALTO* voice, wishes an engagement in a church. Kor particular lmjalre of Mr*. SKdUIN, IM West Twenty -tlrst ;<t. VTEW-YOBK CON8BRYATOBY OF MUSIC, ll No. S Bast Fourteenth street, next to Delmonico'a, BROOKLYN BRANCH, i 102,104 and 10(1 Court street, nrsr State. THE FALL TKRM of tills popular Music school begins MONDAY, September 1. I'RIV ATK AND CLASS INSTRUCTION In all branchesol VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL MU8KJ and MODERN LANOUAOE8 by the most eminent Pro-* teswrs. at prices within the reacn of all. ITFW LANTKRS. FOR TH? Is piano, price 40 cents. Published at DALY'S Motto) wio&mtis* *veu?*'