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BOARDERS WANTED.
1 ENTIRE SUIT OK ROOM 8, HANDSOMELY FUR.
nished. with Board alto pleasant Room* auitable for
famlliea and single gentlemen. 28 East Kurty-sixth itreet,
corner Madison avenue ( Windsor block). Reference.
1DOOB FROM MADISON SQUARE, 33 EAST TWEN
fy third street ?Elegantly fnrnislied Parlor Floor and
Second rloor, * iih private table; Suite on third Hour with
out hoard; breakfast* if desired.
1 LARGE, SUNNY, SINGLE ROOM TO LET, WITH
M. the best of Hoard; moderate terms. 100 West Nlne
teanth street, a few doors from Sixth avenue.
1 "ALf W)OM?FIRE, OAS AND WATER; GOOD
A Board NH ftraaa $11 for two. 281 West TwclfH
street, near Eighth avenue.
"I PARLOR FLOOR-THREE LARGE ROOMS, HA".?
A tommy furnished; private bathroom, closets, Ac,*'"1
private table or without bourd; references. dO Has' Twen
tieth street.
1 THIRD STORY FRONT ROOM; ROOM? 8INOLT
or en suite; location central and pleasantJi?,7
moderate; table first claia; table boarder*. 2>- Vt est Elev
enth street.
1 BLOCK FROM FIFTH AVENUE MOTEL,.AT lSt
-L West Twenty-third street?Large, ha>dsomoly furnished
front Rooms (southern exposure), wi** Board, en suit? or
?totfljr; house well htmtod. _______ -
1 DESIRABLE FLOOR TO BENT, WITH BOARD;
L also one suit of Room*, with or without private table, at
Mrs. R. II. JENKINS'. 178 Madison avenne.
1 DOOR FROM fiRAND HOTEL?A SPACIOUS SUIT
A of furnished Aooms. on third and fourth floors, with.
Hoard. No. 36 West Thirty-first street. References ex
changed. ' ___________________
<S?1 T? *2 PER DAY- 90 TO *12 PER WEEK?.
q))]_ r )l r Large Rooms excellent table, for families and
single person*, at 174, 170 and 17S Bluucker street, near
Broadway.
if FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET?WITH OR
Jj without Board, to gentlemen only; hut and cold water,
hath, Ac. 158 West Twenty-first street.
4) HANDSOMELY FURNISHED SECOND 8TORY
Zj front Rooms to let, with Board; also Rooms for single
gentlemen; references. 58 West Twenty-secund street.
4Y OR THREE GENTLEMEN DESIRING A PLEASANT
i home ean oroeure a handsome square Room on third
floor, Innt, sonny exposure, newly fitted; one single Room;
B ilistsntial table; reasonable; references required. Apply ut>
157 West Fourteenth street.
?? NORTH WASHINGTON BQUA RE.?HANDSOMELY
O turnlsiied Rooms, with first class Board for families and
gentlemen; honse, location and conveniences unsurpassed:?
references.
4 DOORS FROM GILSEY HOUSE?ELEGANT PAR
lur Floor, newly and riclily furnished; also Suit on sec
ond floor: private table if preferred; references exchanged.
41 West Twenty-ninth street.
4TII AVENUE, 435, NEAR THIRTIETH STREET?
Furnished Floor, private table or breakfast only; terms
reasonable to family desiring to make arrangements for the
winter; reference.
5LEBOY STREET, NEAR BLEECKER.-OF IMME
diate access to all railroads; very pleasant accommoda
tions for married or single parties; table unexceptionable;
terms to suit the times.
5TII AVENUE. 98?SEVERAL ELEGANT ROOMS ON
second and third Hours, furnished, with Board; house
first class lu every respect; references.
5Tn AVENUE. NO 08?MRS. E. C. COFFIN HAS HER
Rooms In fine order and Is ready to rent them, singly or
donhle, to gentlsmen; also one Floor, with private table.
5TH AVENUE, 351.?FRONT PARLOR AND BED
rnnm, fourth floor, handsomely furnished, with Board;
fire and gas; to gentleman and wife or two gentlemen, at $30
per week; also hack Parlor: private bath, Ac.
/rTH AVENUE, 341?MRS. REAVER WILL RENT A
*J very desirable Suit of Rooms, with private table, or to
gentlemon, with breakfast.
5TH AVENUE, NO. 297, NEAR TUIItTY-TIRST
street.?Elegant Rooms, en suite or singly, to let, with
Board, to families and gentlemen; private table if desired;
tefereneos exchanged.
5TH AVENUE, 851, NEAR THIRTY-FOURTH STREET?
Parlor and Second Floor, furnished: private bath, clos
ets, Ac.; with or without private table; desirable Rooms for
gentlemen (would let unfurnished); terms moderate.
CTII AVENUE, NEAR TWENTY-EIGHTH STREET?
*> A private family would rent Second Floor (two largo
rooms-; every convenience; unsurpassed location. Address
U.,box 110 llerald Uptown Branch office.
5TH AVENUE, NO. 849?A LARGE AND COJIMODI
ous Floor, richly furnished, with or without privnto
table; strictly first class appointments; one desirable Room
for a gentleman.
(Jhr TO ffi PER WEEK?BOARD. WITH 8UNNY
O'J front Rooms; grate fire, gas, bath; home comforts;
married couples or gentlemon aocommodatod; also ladies.
301 East Thirty-third street.
EAST THIRTY-FOURTH STREET.?ROf)MS TO LET,
Xj with Board, to families and gentlemen; private table if
deal red.
7 WEST FORTY-FIFTH STREET. NEAR FIFTH AVE
Due.?Newly famished Rooms, with Hrst class Board, for
fsmilies and single gentlemen, on very moderate terms.
8 EAST THIRTIETH STREET, NEAR FIFTH AVE
nue.?Finn suit and single Rooms, to families and gen
tlemen, with Board; references exchanged.
EAST THIRTY-8EOOND STREET.?SECOND AND
Third Floors to rent, with private tables.
8
9 WEST TWENTY-FIRST STREET.?HANDSOMELY
famished Rooms, on first and second floors, with first class
Board; also Rooms for single gentlemen; reference required.
1 A WAVERLEY PLACE, NEAR BROADWAY ?
1U Pleasant front Rooms, $14 and $15, for two. with
Hoard; single Rooms, $7 and $9; also table Board, $4;
house heated by steam.
1 A EAST FIFTEENTH STREET, NEAR FIFTH AVE
I 1 ' nue.?Pleasant Rooms, with good Hoard, In a German
family. The location is the most convenient in the city.
1 OTII STREET. NO. 55 WEST, BETWEEN FIFTH AND
1.M Sixth avenues.?Beautiful, well furnished Rooms.-singly
or en suite, with good Board, at moderate prices.
1 O PARK AVENUE, BETWEEN THIRTY-FOURTH
lO and Thirty fitlii streets ?A desirable large Room ; also
ahall Room, handsomely furnished, especially suitable for
gentlemen, with ot without Board: references.
I 4 TH STREET, 347 WEST-PLEASANT, SUNNY
1 Tt Rooms, handsomely furnished, to let, on second floor,
with Board.
1 ATH STREET. CORNER SECOND AVENUE, 300
A Jl and ;grj.?Desirable front Room, for gentleman and
wife, on third iioor; also secoud story Room, for two gentle
men; terms $lt) per week.
1 4 STREET. 227 WEST.?ELEGANT SUITS AND
A'? Booms iu this newly furnished brown stone residence,
with or without Board; house 25 by SO feet deep; splendid lo
cation.
1 4 TII STREET, 2; 19 WEST -LARGE SUNNY FRONT
It Rooms, on second and third floors, to rent, with
Hoard, to gentlemen and their wives or single gentlemen.
I r WEST ELEVENTH STREET, NEAR BROADWAY?
it.) Elegantly lurnished Rooms, with Board for gentleman
and wife. ?r gentlemen : table n 1 house first class; location
central and near hotels; references.
nTH STREET, 14? EAST?FIRST CLASS TABLE
and hindsomely furnished secoud floor Rooms, in a
private family, to single gentlemen or gentleinun and wife;
terms moderate.
1Q EAST THIRTY SM'oND STREET.? THIS DOUSE
AO having changed hands and having been thoroughly
cerovated. we are prepared to let Suits of Rooms, with or
without private table; reference.
1Q WEST TWENTY-SIXTII STREET.?MB. LACIIEN
JL *7 METER, formerly o! the Grand Hotel, will accommo
date 00* or two families a ith elegant Rooms, tablo and ser
vice equal to a first class hotel.
1Q WEST TWENTY-FOURTH STREET. 0PP08ITE
Lt7 Fifth Avenue Hotel.?An elegantly furnished Floor to
let to a party of gentlemen, together or separately, with or
without Board
on WEST SIXTEENTH STKKET.-WITII BOARD, A
?ul/ very desirable -Suit of connecting Rooms, together or
lepirateh . also ball Room.
4?1 WEST TWELFTH STREET. NEAR FIFTH AVE
?' I nue.?Handsomely furnished Rooms, suitable for fam
ilies and rontlemcn, with excellent Board; location unex
ceptionable; terms moderate; references.
ST STREET, 4*5 EAST?TWO HANDSOME SEC
ond story front Rooms to let, with Board; references.
21
WEST NINETEENTH STREET.-AN ENTIRE
<U-L Second Floor, with prirnte bathroom, handsomely
lurnished, to let, with private table; Rooms on fourth floor
to let to gentlemen or gentlemen and their wives.
99? STREET, WEST, 242.?A LARGE ROOM ON
MM second Moor, sunny exposure, to let; a,,o a hull Room.
with good Board: terms moderate; reference.
t>9 EAST FOKTT-FIRST STREET?PLEABANT
n,y R4??T' ?>r * ?? nicely furoUh'
*<i. with Hoards alio mu^io Kouuu for Ki'iitiemeu; terms
reasonable.
99D STREET, 217 WEST.-DESIRABLE BOOMS
?im with Board ; large Room, Ore ami running water $15
lor two. '
99D STREET, NO. 4 WEST?ELEGANT ROOMS
MM handsomely furnished, en suite and singly- also
Rooms for gentlemen, with Board; nuexeepiional.to 'local
ity; two doors from Fifth av.: references given and required.
nOO STREET, NO. 120 WRST.?LARGE, NEWLY
?Ifurnished front Room, second floor; three closets, hot
snd cold wuter, with Board; hall Rooms; terms moderate;
?elect house.
99D 8TKER?, 33, WEST ?ONE VERY DESIRABLE
mi M Suit of rooms on Second floor to lot, with Board ; also
?ne on third floor, to families or gentlemen ; references.
90 GROVE STREET TO LET, WITH BOARD, A
uO handsomely furnished Room, suitable for single gen
tleman; house and accommodations first olass; pleasant
lorae realised; terms moderate.
9OD STREET.?EXTRA LARGE ROOMS, SOUTHERN
gO nxp- sure; also single Rooms, with first class table, at
noderato rates. Apply to DREW A CO., Fifth Avenue
Hotel.
90 WEST TWENTY-SECOND STREET, NEAR FIFTH
gO avenue ?Double Rooms, with Board; prices $12 and
|14 per hi ? k for two, or $7 and flu for one; pleasant rooms
snd good t .Id".
9c WEST TWENTY TIIIiiD STREET, THIRD
g.ij hou-e west of Fifth Avenue.?Handsome Rooms, with
private table; also a Room for gentlemen.
00 WEST TWELFTH STREET, WEST OF FIFTH
gU avonne.?1With Board, handsomely furnished Rooms
nu second floor, en suite or singly; also one hall Room;
house and tahio first class.
9Q WEST THIRTY-FIRST STREET.?ELEGANT
_jQ Rooms, handsomely and newly furnished, to let, en
suito or singly, with Buard.
Q"l WEST THIRTIETH STREET, BETWEEN BROAD
*)!. way and Fifth avenue.?Fine Suit and slnglo Rooms
to let, h ith Board; also table board, to families and gentle
men ; references.
01 ST STREET, NO. 211 EAST.?ELEGANTLY FUR
? ?L nished Rooms, with or without Board, for gentleman
and wile or single gentlemen. In a quiet neighborhood:
terms moderate.
boapokrs wasted.
toWhTbTBEET. BETWEEN BROADWAY
Jll ^A^iJ.trsilr place?liandeomely furnished Earlor
BUOd?lu'*Jta; "U?
Boom., withor wlthoet Board.
01 w,riT EIGHTEENTH STREET.?PARTIES DE
?~S I _iii>K Rooms iin parlor or aMond floor, with Brut claw
Board ?"n be accommodated; aUo Rooms od fourth floor for
Tv* WEST TWENTY-SEVENTH STREET. NEAR BROAD
jL way.? Rooms. with Board, iti first class private
.amily at moderate pflre; every home comfort Alto a few
gentlemen taken lor table board. Reference* enchanged.
OATH STREET, 244 WEST-HANDSOMELY FDR.
O't nlshcd Rooms, with flret class Board, en suite or sin
gly; private table if required ; references exchanged.
*?A WEST FOURTEENTH STREET.?PLEASANT
Ox Rooms, with Board, for families and single gentle
men ; also table board. ?
Q1TH STREET, 14fl EAST.?HANDSOMELY FUR
Ox nished Rooms, singly or en suite, to couples or single
gentlemen, with Board; house aud location Orel class; terms
moderate; references.
DCT1I STREET 41 WEST, NEAR FIFTH AVENUE.?
*)?/ Just oeenea for boarders, beautiful, furnished Rooms:
also Rooms for parties wishing to furnish, except carpets;
reasonable terms; reference.
Of' WEST NINETEENTH STREET.?TO LET. WITH
Ov/ Hoard, a handsome suit of front Rooms, on second
floor; also a hall Bedroom on the third floor.
OftTH STREET, CORNER MADISON AVENUE.?
00 Very desirable Rooms, handsomely fnrnlshed, to rent,
with Board; private table. Apply at 214 Madison avenue.
OQ WEST TWENTY-FOURTH STREET.-A HAND
?>0 somely furnished Second Floor to let, with or without
Board;separately or together; term* moderate; table first
class.
A f\ EAST NINTH STREET. NEAR BROADWAY ?TO
\r"/ let, witli Board, a largo Room, suitable for gentleman
and wife; double and single Rooms for gcutlomen; day
boarders accommodated.
A 1 EAST TWENTY-NINTH STREET.?TO LET, WITH
Tr L Board, a large Extension Room ; large closets, hot
and cold water; npright bed; also a single Room.
A "I EAST TWENTY-SECOND STREET.?ELEGANTLY
I I furnished Apartments, with first class Board, for single
gentlemen desiring superior accommodations; also a Second
loor, with private table; terms moderate; references re
quired.
AO D STREET, NO. 200 WEST. NEAR BROADWAY -
I'Nicely furnished second story front Room, with
Board; southern exposure; ample closets; hot and cold
water; good table; excellent location; terms moderato.
AO EAST TWELFTH STREET, NEAR BROADWAY.?
t *) Boaril. pleasant Rooms, with good closets; sunny ex
posure ; also bull Rooms lor single gentlemen.
40 WEST TWENTY-FOURTH STREET,.NEAR FIFTH
O Avenue Hotel.?Neat, warm, comfortable Rooms (one
with private bath attached, for couple or single gentlemen,
with or without Board; English, French. Herman spoken.
A A WEST TWENTY-FOURTH STREET, NEAR FIFTH
TETr Avenue Hotel.?Square Room* on second floor. $18
to $22 for two; no extras and lull Board; prirate table If
desired.
A Z EAST TWENTY-SECOND STREET* NEAR
TrO Broadway.?Elegantly furnished Rooms, with first
class Board, for families and gentlemen; house newly
painted and furnished; reference*.
A C* LEXINGTON AVENUE.?FRONT ROOM ON SEC
ond floor, with hall Room, $20; back Room on same
floor, $1(1; can be let together; Room on third floor; sub
stantial table.
A (\ WEST FOURTEENTH STREET.?HANDSOMELY
xrO furnished Rooms to let, with Board; private table. If
desired.
A 7 WEST THIRTY FIFTH STREET.?DESIRABLE
IT I front Rooms, en suite or separately, on third floor;
also Rooms for single gentlemen, with Board. The houso
is handsomely furnished throughout and first class In all Us
appointments. References.
A 7 AND 49 WEST FOURTEENTH STREET, BU
TT I tween Fifth and Sixth avenues.?Elegantly furnished
Suits of Rooms, with first class Board; private table If de
sired; location excellent; references.
CA WEST NINETEENTH STREET.?IIaNDSOMELY
?)l * furnished largo Rooms, second ami third doors, front;
strictly first class Hoard and other appointments.
CI WEST THIRTY-SIXTH STREET.?HANDSOME
?J_L Suit of three largo Rooms, communicating; second
floor; exclusive bath; ample wanlrobes; privatu table If
preferred; location unexcoptlonablo, near Filth avenue;
terms moderate.
r I EAST TWENTY-FIFTH STREET.?A BEAUTIFUL
r/' jr Suite, parlors and bedrooms, to a party; permanent;
liboral terms will be made; first class references.
cr WEST TWENTY-EIGHTH STREET.?A SECOND
? )' ) Floor, handsomely furnished; also Rooms on third and
fourth floors lor families and single gents; superior Board;
references.
CC WEST ELEVENTH STREET.?TO LET, WITH
t)'/ Board, elegantly fnrnlshed Rooms, en suite or singly,
suitable for slnglu gentlemen and families; terms moderate. .
GO PARK AVENUE.?HANDSOME SUIT OF ROOMS
DO to let, with or without prirate table; also single Rooms
for gentlemen; references exchanged.
(' ~ IRVING PLACE.?A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED
I )i) Second Floor to let, with Board, rooms light and
pleasant; private table If preferred; prices moderate.
nrj WEST NINETEENTH STREET?11 ANDSOMELY
') I turntshed second floor front and hall Rooms, with first
class Board; also double and single Rooms for gentlemen;
references.
f?Q IRVING PLACE, NEAR GRAMERCY PARK.?
I) -/ Handsomely furnished Room to let, with Board; house
end table first class; references.
77 CHRISTOPHER STREET. BETWEEN FOURTH
I I and Bleecker. ?Pleasant, large front and Hall Rooms
to let, with Board, to gentleman and wife or party of gentle
men; terms moderate. Please call.
ins WEST THIRTEENTH STREET.?A LARGB,
lUt/ comfortable, nicely fnrnlsned Knom. third story,
lire, km. Imtli, with good Board if desired, or breakfns';
terms modern to; references; neighborhood unexceptionable.
1 /\Q WEST NINETEENTH STREET, FOUR DOORS
jt'O from Sixth avenue.?Newly furnished Rooms for
gentleman and wife or gentlemen, with or without Board;
Family private.
109
EAST THIRTY-FIFTH STREET,
near 1'ark avenue.
Furnished Rooms to let, with Board.
MAIHSON AVENUE.-TO LET, WITH BOARD,
AH/ to a family or party, Second Floor, four rooms, hand
somely furnished, large bathroom, with or without private
table.
11 I WEST THIRTY-EIGHTH STREET, BETWEEN
J It: Broadway and Sixth avenue.?Handsomely fur
nished Rooms, with first class Board, for gentleman and
wife or single gentlemen, from $18 to ?20 for two; single,
$7; references.
mKAHT EIGHTEENTH STREET, NEAR OLA REN
don Hotel.?Rooms to let. with first class Board;
families or gentlemen; references required.
11 Q WEST SIXTEENTH STREET.-TO LET, TWO
lit/ Rooms, on second Door, with pantry, furnished, with
Board; terms reasonable. ?
"1 no EAST NINETEENTH STREET.?ELEGANT
JLZiU Rooms, with first class Board, en suite or singly;
location one of the best In tho city, noar Clarendon Hotel.
?199 MADISON AVENUE.?A LARGE ROOM ON
third iloor, back, with hail Room attached; ample
closet room ; hot and cold water; also large Room, on fourth
Iloor, front, with Board; references exchanged.
"I 90 WEST FORTY-FIFTH STREET ?PRIVATE
A?jO family will let a few Rooms, with or without Board,
to lirst class parties only; best references given and re
quired.
S 9 1 EAST TWENTY-SEVENTH STREET.?TO LET,
A-J'i with Board, two or three large connecting Rooms,
separately or together; also one single Room; references
given ana required.
197 EAST THIRTY-SIXTH STREET, IN PRIVATE
A?1 I family.?Fine front Room, with good Board; homo
comforts; fine locality.
1 90 WEST TWENTY-FOURTH STREET.?GENTLE
?i?0 men aud ladies can be accommodated with substan
tial Board.
1 'Aft MACDOUOAL ST., ONE BLOCK FROM WASH
101) ington square?Weil furnished Rooms, with good
Bqard, for families or single genuenion; terms moderate.
119 WEST SIXTEENTH STREET.?TWO OH THREE
IrxLi Rooms in a small family, with or without Board,
for gentlemen, or gentleman and wife; bath, gas, Ac.
Mr EAST TWENTY-FIRST STREET (GRAMERCY
?) Park).?Handsomely furnished Second Floor, en
suite or singly; private tablo if desired; Rooms for gontlo
men; references.
mWEST TWENTY THIRD STREET.?FURNISHED,
a large front Room; two small Rooms attaining;
s-paroto or together; with or without Board; terms reason
able.
QAA WEST TWENTY-FOURTH STREET.?TO LET,
?\ M) with Board, two large front Rooms, handsomely
furnished with walnut; hot anil cold water, ample closets,
gas, Ac.; terms, $14 to $H).
on7 WEST TWENTY EIGHTH STREET.?ROOMS
Zu | to let, with Board; house and table unexccptlon
stblc ? references exchanged.
2OO WEST THIRTY EIOHTII STREET.?DESIRABLE
1L0 Rooms to let, singly or en suite, with first class
Bosrd; bandy to four line* or cars.
9 J 1 EAST NINETEENTH STREET.?a PRIVATE
JU' r 1 family will let large front Room, second floor;
southern exposure; persons desiring cleanliness, comfort
and good taide please call; terms moderate; location desir
able.
9 I n WEST TWENTY-THIRD STREET ?LARUE AND
?*X'' pleasant Rooms to let, with first class Board; prices
moderate; references.
WEST FORTY-NINTH 8TREET.?a PRIVATE
? TV/ family offer, with Boanl, two large and two small
Rooms bating ample cloeels; terms very reasonable; relor
ences exchanged.
OftO west twenty-fifth street.?board
^ V*?g for gentlemen and gentlemen and wives; terms $18
and $-11 per week; reference.
Q9A WEST FORTY-SECOND STREET ?FURNISHED
Y Rooms, wltli or without Board, for ladles and geu
tlsmsn; terms, with Board, $w, $7 and $s per week.
Q9fi KAST twenty-fifth street, seooni
If fWrV.-Lnrgo, handsomely furnished front Room
with or without Board, $.1 a week ; two single Rooms, $'2 1
week ; quiet; no boarders; two in family. Mrs. FOX.
'A'-l'-i WEST TWENTY-SECOND STREET-NEWLY
00U and handsomely furnished Rooms, wit), first class
? A fr,,ni h?" southern
exposure, jpn w. *
Qttl WEST TillitlW.FOURTH STREET, NEAR ELE~
pOl rated jrollrood.?Handsomely tarnished Floor to a
family, with Board; also single Rooms to gtntlemen.
References exchanged. *
mWEST TWENTIETH STREET.?HANDSOMELY
furnished Rooms to let, with or without Board, on
reasonable terms, hot and cold water aud all modern im
provements; private family.
IIOAROKRS WAIfTED.
MVKSTU AVKVCE?ROOMS TO let. FUR
, J, ,?i?lie?l or unfurnished, will)or without Hoard; par
lor lioom to lot to gentlemen.
fk^O RIXTH AVENUE? A WIDOW LADY HAS A
'"Ay handsomely furnished Parlor mid Bedroom, second
floor, front, to let, to either lady or ?uuilenian, with or with
out Hoard.
A?A ?A.?A.?A.? A.? A? A A? A? A.? A?A ?
? \ ery pltt.mtrit Koomn, en auiu* or aingly, with flrnt claee
:_Pr'c,,B in"derate; reference* exchanged. 400
West Twenty-third atreet.
A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE OR TWO SINOLE
gentl?men can he accommodated with handsomely fur
nished Rooms and Rood Board on Murray Hill. Addruaa L.
B? Hrrald office.
A PRIVATE. SOCIAL FAMILY, KEEPINO A GOOD
table, have a large front Room on second story and hall
Room to rent; both well furnlahed; no other boarders; refer
onces exchanged. 192 Lexington avenun.
??? ?
PARTIES DESIRING BKAl'TIFtlL SUITS OF NEW
and handsomely famished Room*, with anperlor Board,
In one ol the choicest location! iu the city, ran be accommo
dated at S3 West Forty-elRhth street, near Fifth avenue.
TO RENT, WITH FIRST CLASS BOARD, BY A SMALL
private family, a second Floor of two furnished rooms,
with bathroom and closet between, to gentlemen or gentlo
man and wife: location central. Reference* exchanged.
Address OPPORTUNITY, box 129 Herald Uptow- Branch
office.
TWO OR FOUR GENTLEMEN CAN OBTAIN TWO
large Rooms, with or without Board, in a small private
American family: central location. Address THIRTY
FOURTH STREET, box 140 Herald Uptown Branch office.
WANTRD-nNE OR TWO SMALL CHILDREN, OR
would take a widower with small family, to Board, at
No. 76 West 105th street .near Eighth avenue.
BOARD AND LODGING WANTED.
A gentleman and wife desire GOOD HOARD,
In a strictly private family. In Brooklyn. Address,
stating terms, which must be moderate, II., Herald Uptown
Branch office.
A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE WISH TO FIND A
private family (whern no other boarders are taken)
who would be willing to give tbom one good sised room,
with Board, at $?'?<) per month : location must ho good; ref
erences unexceptionable. Address R. 8., Herald office.
A LADY. HAVING TWO SMALL CHILDREN,
wishes Board during confinement ? will bo permanent
if suited. Address, stating terms, box 205 Herald offico.
A YOUNG LADY WISHES BOARD, NOT TO EX
ceod $5 per week, within si* or eight blocks of Third
avenue and Sixty-third street Address A. V., Herald offico.
A LADY AND HER BON DESIRE BOARD IN A
private family. Only parties with unexceptionable
references address, stating terms and particulars, PERMA
NENT, box 199 Herald Uptown Branch offico.
Board wanted?by two gentlemen and
their wives; one partv at 1FJ5. other at $1H per week,
Including Are and gas: both famish, excepting carpet ; per
manent Ifsnited. Reference*. Address B. W., Herald Up
town Branch office.
nOARD WANTED?IN A PRIVATE FAMILY, IN A
good neighborhood, between Thirty-fborth and Fifty
ninth streets. Third and Eighte avenues, for family of four
adults and child 3 year* old: require sitting room and three
bedrooms fire and ga?: price not to exceed $*2U0 per month.
Address, with fall particulars, HOME, box 140 Herald offico.
Board wantkd-for gentleman, wife -and
daughter; also slnglo gentleman, largo Room and two
small ones; connection not necessary: terms not to exceed
$43 for party per week. Address HENRY, box 5,030 Post
office.
Board wanted?for gentleman, wife, in
fant and nurse, in a private family; terms not to exceed
$100 per month. Address, stating full particulars, W. D. U.,
box 162 Herald office.
Board wanted-by a French gentleman
and wlfo of qnlot habits; French lessons given as part
payment of board. Address C, L. B., Herald Uptown
Branch office.
Wanted?board for single gentleman;
good, well furnished room; flrat class tablo; small
family preferred; near Klovatod Railroad station, or be
tween Thirty-ninth and Forty-fifth streets, near Broadway
or Sixth avenue: will pay$12 per week, with grato firo. Ad
dress H. S., Herald office.
WANTED?TWO ROOMS, ONE LARGE, WITH FIRE,
with Board, for family of throo adults, between
Tenth and Thirtieth streets. Fourth and Seventh avenues;
price, without extras, $24 to $27. Address, with full par
ticulars, CHARLES (I., Herald offico.
TITANTED?SECOND STORY FRONT ROOM, WITH
II Board, for gentleman and wife: location below Thirty
second street, west side. Address J. J. P., box 118 lleruld
office, stating terms.
TXT ANTED?FOR THE WINTER, TWO ROOMS IN A
if private family, southern exposure, with Board for two
adults; near Elevated R tilway; references. Address, Imme
diately, box 255 Post offico.
\VT A NTED?BY A GENTLEMAN, WIFE, CHILD
TT ('wii years) and nurse, Board and two Rooms In a
quiet family and respectable neighborhood; near Elevated
Railroad preferred; terms must ho moderate. Address, with
full particulars, C. D. W., Post offico box 3,814, New York.
TIT ANTED?BY A GENTLEMAN (GERMAN), A
if nlei ly furnished Room, with Board, in a private fam
ily; location, below Twenty-fifth street. Address, stating
particulars, HOME, Herald ofiiee.
WANTED?FURNISHED ROOM: PRIVATE FAMILY;
with or without breakfast; moderate price.. Address
C. S., 499 Broadway.
WANTED?WITHIN TWO BLOCKS OF THE ASn
lanil House, Fourth avenue and Twenty-fourth street,
ono or two Rooms, with or without Board, at low price.
Address T. C. ()., 315 Fourth avenue.
WANTED?A PARLOR AND FOUR BEDROOMS,
with Board, for a family of three adults, three children
and two servants. In a private fatally, *>r where there are but
few other boarders. Nil aitontlon will bo paid to communi
cations not stating terms and location. Address G. VV. 8.,
Post offico box (17.
HOTELS.
A GREAT REDUCTION.?2.V) NEWLY FURNISHED
Rooms, 25c., 35c., 50c., $1, $1 50. $3; greater rcduc
tions if permanent; gentlemen ami families; open all niglit;
Frankfort House. Frankfort and William streets.
1
A T SMITH'S HOTEL, 58 CHATHAM STREET, NEAR
_i\. new Post office; business centre; pleasant front Rooms
35 and 50 cents per day: $2 50 per week; European plan;
always open.
Belmont hotel, fulton street, near broad
way and torminna of city railways; business centre;
European plan; open all nignt; Rooms, 50 cents upward;
new family Rooms; Dining Rooms open Sundnys.
1,1 ARLE'S HOTEL. CANAL STREET, NEAR BROAD
Li way.- Board $5 per dev. Prices reduced to permanent
parties for the winter months.
Hotel st. gkrmain, fifth avenue, twenty
second stroet ami Broadway ?Superb location ; rooms
all (font; Board and Rooms reduced, $3 per day ; permanent
parties less; elevator, baths, Ac. WM. (1. TOMPKINS.
Hotel brantino, madison avenue, corner
Fifty-eighth street.?First class Rooms and Board for
futnlUos and single persons.
I EN OX HOUSE, 72 FIFTH AVENUE. HAS A FEW
J family and singlo Rooms, with or without Board. at
wry low prices for tbo winter. W. L. MtTNTYRK.
COUNTRY BOARD.
Fall and winter board-at the south
Orange Mountain House, Mountain station, Morris and
Essex Railroad, five minutes from depot, at low prices;
?team bent, gas, good stabling, Ac. Address PROPRIE
TOR, South Orange. N. J.
ON CENTRAL RAILROAD, 20 MINUTES FROM I,IB
orty street?Handsome Rooms, with Board, at low
prices for winter; fivo minutes from depot; house and loca
tion tirst class. Address box 42 Greenville (N. J.) Post
office.
PLAINFIHLD, N. J . ONE HOUR FROM CITY ?
Large and small Rooms, adjoining; also two singlo
Rooms ; good Board; convenient to depot; terms moderate.
Inquire at house next to Park Hotel, or address lock box 71.
TIT ANTED PERMANENTLY-GOOD PLAIN BOARD
YV on a farm near a good public school for two American
girls of 12 and 14, who will attend to their own washing,
ironing and rooms; motherly care desired; prico $200 per
annum, payable quarterly: New York State or Connecticut
preferred. Address PUBLISHER, 8(1 Dunne St., Now York.
WINTER RESORTS.
Royal victoria hotel, Nassau, n. p.. ba
hamaa, w ill open November 1.?Steamer will leave New
York November 4 for Nassau direct. Steamers will leave
Savannah, Oil, every ten days and make the trip in less
than two days. Tbo temperature of Nassau lost wiuter did
n..t vary bat 4 degs. from 72 dogs., making it the most
delightful climate In the worhl. For particulars address
JAMES LIDGBRWOOD, 738 Broadway, New York.
?WINTER IN THE SOUTH.?FURNISHED HOUSES TO
YV rent at Aiken, S. C. Call on C. H. ULIVEH, 1U2 Broad
way, or address 8. OTT, Aikon, S. C,
" "clothing.
A~T B. MINTZ'S, 248 THIRD AVENUE, BETWEEN
Twentieth and Twenty flrst streets, laities and gentle
men will be surprised at th? great prices paid In cash for
cast-off Clothing, Carpels and Jewelry, lor tne Western and
Southern trade. Orders by post punctually attended to by
Mr. or Mrs. MINTZ.
AT 297 THIRD AVENUE, NEAR TWENTY-THIRD
street.?LKoN pays the highest cash prices lor ladies'
and gentleman's Wearing Apparel, Ac. Ladles are waited
on by M rs. Leon.
AT 1.274 BROADWAY. BETWEEN THIRTY -SECOND
and Thirty third streets. Broadway prices will be paid
tor Cast Off Clothing, A.,, by celling on or sddreselng B.
HARRIS, No. 1.274.
AT EDWARD MILLER'S WELL KNOWN ESTABLISH
mi nt, B8 Sixth avenue, nenr Wavcrly place, the utmost
value paid for cost-off Clothing. Carpets, Ac., by calling on
or addressing Mr. or Mrs. MILLER.
A?33W SIXTH AVENUE, NEAR POUKTII STREET?
? Ladle, and gentlemen receive the highest value for
cast-off cl othing, Carpels, As. Call on or address Mr. or Mrs.
NATHAN.
AT FLATTo 8 UPTOWN WELL KNOWN E8TAB
llshment, Slfl Sixth avenue, corner Forty-sixth street?
100 per cent more than elsewhere will positively he paid for
ladies' and gentlemen's cast-off Clothing, Ac. Address Mr.
or Mrs. KLA'PTO, 81(1 Sixth avenue.
A GREAT DEMAND PROM MY AGENTS FOR
ladies' and gentlemen's cast off Clothing, Carpets,
Furniture, Diamonds, Lares, camels' hair Shawls, Jewelry.
Ladies and gentlemen will be astonished at the prices we
pay In cash. Please try and satisfy yourself. Call, or note
to Mr. or Mrs. ANHALT, 17s Seventh avenue.
(1LOT1IINO.-H. HERZ, 833 BROADWAY, NEAR
J Thirteenth street, pays the highest prices for ladies and
gentlemen's Wearing Apparel. Note by mail will ho at
tended to.
T RECEIVED A LARGE ORDER WHICH 0OMPBL8
1 me to pay the highest prices for Ladles' and Gentlemen's
Cast off clothing. Carpets, Jewelry, by calling on or ad
dressing Mr. or Mrs. MORRIS, 1S2 Soveuth avenue, near
Twenty-first st.
MCOHN, 42'I SEVENTH AVENUE, BELOW
? Thirty fourth street, pays the full valuo for ladies'
and gentlemen's Wearing Apparel, Carpets, by calling on
our address. Ladies attended by Mrs. Colin
AMUSEMENTS.
J^YCKUM T11EATKE.-TIIK NEW OPERA.
LAST (6) NI0HT8 OK OPERA BOUFrE.
TO-NIGHT, TO-MOBltnw MOIIT AND SATURDAY
AFTERNOON.
Positively the last and only performances of the most
amualug successful Opera Bouffo ever produced.
LB CANARD A TROIS BECS
(THE WONDERFUL DUCK).
Performed In Peril and London over 900 tlmei.
Friday evening, October 22. only performance of
LA FILLE DE MA DA ME ANOOT.
Saturday at 1:30, only Wonderful Duck Matinee.
Lyceum theatre. French plays.
A SEASON OF FRENCH COMEDY AND DRAMA,
to Include SOSubecrlptlon Nights, will be Inaugurated on
WEDNESDAY EVENING, October 27. 1h75,
by a company of distinguished Artlats, eapecially engaged
for thii purpose In Parts. Subscription book* now open.
Lyceum theatre. madamf. anoot, Friday.
FRIDAY EVENING, October 22, last performance of
LA FILLE DE MADAME ANGOT.
8ATIJRDA Y, only Matinee of THE WONDERFUL DUCK.
OOD'S MUSEUM. WOOD'S'
THIS
Afternoon at 2?Evening at 8.
POSITIVELY LAST PERFORMANCES
ot KATE I'ISHER and the Horse ?WONDER,"
In the GREAT Dot 1II.E BILL.
PUTNAM and FRENCH SPY.
MUSEUM DEPARTMENT,
P. T. HARM M'S
BART HIPPOPOTAMUS.
w
58
AND 587
* / Broadway.
585 and 587
Broadway
TONY PASTOR'S
TONY PASTOR'S
NEW THEATRE.
NEW THEATRE.
585 AND 587
Broadway
5H5 ami 587
Broadway
EVERY EVENING EVERY EVENING
AND TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MATINEE.
THE FASHIONABLE FAMILY
THEATRE OK THE METROPOLIS.
Nightly througed with the Intellect and Respectability of
100 CELEBRATED STAR PERFORMERS. 100
Tony Pastor. Jenny Morgan. Sanford and Wil
Ous Williams. Blanche Solwyn. "on
McKeo aud Rogers. Mullle Wilson. The Great llenglor.
I Allrcd Linton.
And the Great Congress of distinguished Artists.
Jj^AOLK THEATRE.
Broadway and 33d street.
Mr. JOSH HART Proprietor and Manager
E AG LE THEATRE.
Toe
most beautiful theatro
in
America.
THE
ENTIRE
PRESS
OF
THIS
CITY
SAY
SO.
And the public have indorsed It.
EAGLE AT AT THE
matinee. 2 2 first
EAGLE O'CLOCK O'CLOCK EAGLE
MATINEE. TO TO MATINEE
EAGLE DAY. DAY. TO
MAT I NEE TO- DAY. DAY.
Box book open daily from 10 to 5,
where acats can be secure ! two weeks in advance.
PRICES.
Boxes $8 and $10
Orchestra Chairs $1
Balcony, reserved 75 cents
Dress Circle. not reserved 50 cents
Family Circle 25 cents
NOTICE.?Tickets must bo purchased at tho box oflico, as
speculating will in no wav bo allowed.
MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
THEODORE THOMAS' SYMPHONY CONCERTS AND
Full Public Kelicarsais
AT STEIN WAY IIALL.
The public is respectfully informed that tho ninth season
Of Theodore Thomas' Symphony Concerts will commence on
Suturdu] Evening. Nov. Id, 1875. The plan adopted last sea
son of giving a lull public rehearsal two days previous to
each concert, and which mot with Immediate and brilliant
success will be odhcred to. Arrangements have boen con
cluded with tho Directors of the New York Oratorio Society,
which will enublu Mr. Thomas to produce atone of tl^cso
concert* Beethoven's Ninth (Choral) Symphony. Only such
soloists, both vocal and Instrumental, us are fitted to inter
pret tho class of music given at these concerts, w ill be en
gaged. The Orchestra will have the strength which these
works require, and will number from seventy to one hundred
performers. Subscriptions lor elthortho Symphony Concerts
or Public Rehoarsals. or both, are now received at tho Box
office of Stoinwny Hall; also at the principal music stores and
piano warerooms, where circulars stating full particulars
can bo obtained.
PIANOFOHTKS, ORGANS, &C,
A?FOR RENT?UPRIGHT. SyUARH AND GRAND
? Pianos of our own make; also tor suto and rent a num
ber ot fine second hand Pianos, in Dorfoct order. WILLIAM
KNABE A CO., No. 112 Fifth avenue, above Sixtoeutht.
AT HAINES BROS.' PIANOFORTE WAREROOMS
and manufactory, cemor Twonty-tirst street and Sec
ond avenue, a line assortment of lirst class Pianofortes for
sale on reasonable tenns; a few Planus but little used at
great bargains.
A?A.?ALL PERSONS DESIROUS OF PURCHASING
. a geunino second hand Stetnway A Sons Piano are
Invited to call at tho warorooms of Messrs. STEINWAY A
SONS, whore a flno assortment of Steimvay Pianos, all In
perfect condition anil some of them nearly new. Is constantly
on hand; also second band Piuuos ot other makers.
Attempts are constantly made In this city and elsewhero to
sell inferior pianos with our name on, or a name spelled so
similar that many people do not uotico the difference and
purchase the spurious and often totally worlbless Instrument
for a genuine Stein way Piano. If persons, before purchas
ing such instrument, will take the number of same and call
on STEINWAY A SONS it can at once be ascertained
whether tho instrument is a genuine Steimvay piano or a
forgery. STEINWAY A SONS. Steinwuv Hull;
107-111 East Fourteenth street. New York.
At an immense sacrifice?an entirely new
first chins Ikiin 10, which was taken for a debt; must ho
?old regardless of cost. 1'iauo con be seen at 201 i'earl street,
near I ulton, up stairs.
RICHLY CARVED7 OCTAVE/PIANO, BUT LITTLE
used, $150; a number of iooond liaml Pianos, of differ
eut makers, cheap for cash. JOHN MAHON'S,
221 East Thirty-ninth street.
A LARGE NOCK OP UPRIGHT AND SQUARE
Pianos for cash, instalments or runt, very low, at 0. J.
BEITS' warerooms, 788 Broadway, corner Tenth street.
A" SPLENDIdTmaNO, ALMOST~NI5W, GOOD MAKER,
$175, with Cover and Stool; a One assortment of up
right und square Pianos un instalment.* or to rent.
KRAKAL'EK, 352 Bowery.
ASTEINWAY PARLOR GRAND, WEBER AND
other fine upright and squnro Pinnos. Also Oruans,
with and without meclianlcal attachment, low for cash on
instalments and lor rent.
S. X. BALI, A CO., IS East Fourteenth street.
A' ?PIANOS TO KENT OF OUR OWN MAN UK At7
? turc. Also, second hand Pianos. In thorough order, for
Mile at low prices by CHICKKKIXU A SONS, 11 East Four
teenth street, between Broadway and Fifth avenue.
A 1-9100 ROSEWOOD CHICKERINO PIANOFORTE
, and Stool, new ; instruments exceedingly low. Piauus
on instalments and to rent, from $5 per month.
GOLDSMITH'S, 20 Bleecker st., near Bowery.
"T FINE ASS(iRTMENT OK SQl'ARE, UPRIGHTAND
J\. Grand Arion Pianos, to rent to first class parties at rea
Minatdo rates; also a few second hand instruiuents, nearly
new, at very low prices for cash or instalments. SIMPSON
A CO., sole mantil:urtiirers of the Arion Piano, No. 5 East
Fourteenth street, next to Deimonico's.
A BEAUTIFUL CARVED ROSEWOOD SEVEN OC
tave Pianoforte, modern improvements, celebrated
maker, cost $450, tor 910); Cover ami Stool. Private resi
dence, 243 East Doth street, between 2d ami 3d avs.
PRIVATE FAMILY WlLlTsELL THEIR ELEGANT
Decker A Bros. Pianoforte (at sacrifice), a brilliant
toned 7J(, octave, richly carved, four round, rosewoood case,
full njrraffe. overstrung Piano, having all Improvstuents;
printed guarantee; bill of sale; cost $i)75 for $273; Stool,
Cover; box for shipping; o 7 1 3 octave upright Piano, used
hut 4 months; Is in perfect order: S250. Call live story
brown stone privnto residence No. 47 Wost ltith st., botwocu
nth and titli avenues.
A BEAUTIFUL PIANO, ONLY $100; A STEINWAY
Pianoforte,seven octave;carved legs,overstrung, overv
improvement; groat sacrifice for cash. J. RIDDLE, 13
Warerley place, near Broadway.
A GREAT SACRIFICE.?FAMILY LEAVING CITY
will soil their magnificent grand square four ronnd cor
ner ,7H octave rosewood Pianoforte, nearly new, fully
eua run teed, brilliant tone, first class city maker, cost $1,2(1(1,
for $275 cash; Stool, Cover, Box for shipping; also a Wind
snr Pianoforte, $173; also parlor, chamber, library, dining
Furniture, Paintings, Carpet*, Silverware, at one-quarter
cost. Cull this day. Residence 106 East Thirteenth street,
near Fourth avetiuo.
A BRILLIANT TONED 7* OCTAVE PARLOR GRAND
Steinway & Sons' Planolorte for sale at a sacrifice; an
elegant four round rosewood Windsor Piano. 7t? octavo,
name on plate, cost Sl.fkO, for $300; Stool, Cover; slso a
Bradbury A Co.'s cottage gem Piano, $190; a bargain ; also
parlor, library, chamber and dining room Furniture at less
than half cost. Call at private residence 12G Wi st 23d st.,
nenrbthav. N. H.?Pianofortes have Box for shipping.
A LADY WILL SELL. LESS THAN $100, R08E
wnod Chiekering Pianoforte; modern Improvements;
perfect order; sweet, powerful tone. 28 Third street, lie
tween Second avenue and the Bowery.
i GENTLEMAN IN NEED OF MONEY WILL SELL
jfl. Ids magnificent Bradbury Pianoforto, four round cur
ie rs, lull agraffe and ail modern improvements attached;
Cost $ROO, for $225; stool and Cover. Also Bedroom Suite,
Carpet*, Ac. Call at 21 East 20th street, near Broadway.
UARGAIN8.?<GOOD SECOND HAND PIANOS, $50;
7 octave, $l'?i; Steinway. Weher, Chiekering, square,
upright Pianos, low rent. Prince Organs. M isic retailed.
GORDON A SON, 13 East Fourtesnth street.
FIOR BALE-A ROSEWOOD PIANO, OVERSTRUNG
seven octave, fl.Vi, and first class new Pianos cheeper
than auy other bouse in New York.
J. CAMPBELL, 113 Bleecker street.
IADY COMPELLED TO HAVB MONEY WILL SELL
J her elegant Decker Brother* Piano for $250; cost $(**.);
a perfect instrument; 7(4 octave; carved legs Ac. 37 East
Twentieth street.
Pianos?BEET makers, large lot to sell or
rent cheap, for cash or by easy payments. Call and see
them st MKHkELL'S, No. H Union square.
SECOND HAND PIANOS, NEARLY NEW, MADE BY
O ,f. A 0. Fischer, having brokon irnn plates; an offer
wanted for them Call on or address BROKEN PLATE
PIANOS, 103 Bleecker street.
"7AM0RIN."?WONDERFUL MATIIUSIIEK PIANOS,
/J Grand, Orchestral. Medium and "Collbrt" (of Ititie
"Humming Bird"), Don't let prejudice prevent you fW>ro
bearing tliora. Catalogues free. 32 East Fourteenth street.
KIIKOPE.
A MARRIED LADT, RESIDING IN A PLEASANT
suburb ot Liverpool, England, Is willing to receive into
her family one or two little girls whose parents are anxious
to leavo them where they will receive a thorough education
and be tenderly cared for; references offered and required
Addrses.in Urst instance. INSTRUCTION, box 172 Qerald
AMISEMEm.
"yyrALLA.CK'?.
Proprietor apd Manager Mr LESTER WALLACE
Door* open at 7:30. Performance commences at 8 P. M.
E\EHY EVENINO AND SATURDAY MATINEE,
will be repeated Mr. Tom Tavlor'l original Comedy-Drama,
OVER ?*Hiil#d vij,e
Land
Cftrrfnpre# may be ordered for 10-30
c.^e5rur1rrB;;f.t?rl^v^^r;;ro1r\^.r;
beau may be secured ty? week, in advance.
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[ MATINEE
thla aftcrnoob, at 2 o'clock, when will be presented the greHt
eat hit of the season, THE KIPLE SHOOTING MATCH
between the picked Teams, Mt'LhhiAN AND SKlDMOItE
OL'ARDS. Thd REGULAR ARMY, (HI' were beaten no
badly at the Shooting Match on the IHth inat. they have
withdrawn from the contoat, leaving the field to the crack
teams.
The MULLIGAN and RK'IDMORE.
It yon want to enjoy yourself aoo this act.
' Coo! Burgess, Larrv Tooley, William Harry, John Wild,
John Allen, Harney and Rickey, D. L. Morris, Scanlon and
Cronin, William (laylord and many others in the Olio.
The Local Drama OLD FIDELITY.
OLYMPIC THEATRE, 624 BROADWAY.'
JOHN P. POOLK .,,,,, ,,,,, Manager.
GRAND MATINEE TO-DAY AT 2
GRAND .MATINEE TO-DAY AT 2
GRAND MATINEE TO-DAY AT 2
GRAND MATINEE TO-DAY AT 2
95A5? MATINEE TO-DAY AT 2
GRAND MATINEE TO-DAY AT 2
THE REST ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CITY,
THE BEST ENTERTA1 NEEN'T IN TIIK CITY,
by
TIIE BEST COMPANY IN AMERICA.
THE GREAT CARLO FAMILY.
, . ? JOHN HART, QUEEN AND WEST.
P|?XA-Jk.Davis and school of educated dogs,
JOHNSON A BRUNO, HARPER A ST ANSI LL.
?,m THE WORRELL SISTERS. 1
MISS ADAH RICHMOND. MISS IDA GREENFIELD.
THE AFRICAN DWARF TOMMY
AND TIIE GREAT OLYMPIC COMPANY.
^YCADEMY OF MUSIC.
to . WACHTEL GRAND OPERA SEASON.
Director... AD. NEUENDORF*.
WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 20, 1873.
Second Subscription Night.
POSTILION DE LONJUMEAU,
Opera in three acta, by Adaru.
THEODORE WACHTEL
? . , , In liia grand role as CHAFLOU.
Madolalne Mine. Minna Wagner
BiJo?. >(r Fratioech
Marquis de Corey Mr. C. Ueberhorst
Coryphee Mr. A. Relibeck
Conductor.. A I). NEUENDORFF
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1875,
LES HUGUENOTS.
SATURDAY. October 23, 1875, MATINEE at 2 o'clock
POSTILION DE LONJUMEAU.
PRICES OF ADMISSION.?Boxes. $20. $15 and $10.
General admission, $1. Reserved scats, $1 or $2 extra,
r a rally Circle, 50 cents. Reserved seats, do., 50 cents.
Box office for the sale of Resorvod seats open at tho
Academy of Music, Brunswick Hotel, and 114 Broadway
daily, from 9 till 4 o'clock.
*'CPECIAL."?WACHTEL TO NIGHT. IN POSTILION
t,?? friday. lks HUGUENOTS. MATINEE l'OSTIL
IO.V seats at tho Ticket Office, 33 Union square.
BOWERY THEATRE.?GREAT HIT OF MR. JOHN
THOMPSON in his -highly successful sensational,
humorous drama,
% ZVKKS THE SHOWMAN.
Mounted with new aud beautiful scenery and powerful mo
chanical effects.
Revival of tho laughable farce, A KISS IN THE DARK.
GERMANIA THEATRE, FOURTEENTH STREET.
AD. NEUENDORFF Proprietor
WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 20. EHKLICHE ARBEIT.
Comedy in four nets, hy Wilken.
Box office open dally from 0 till 4 o'clock.
?jTH AVENUE THEATRE.
EVERY NIGIIT AT 8. POSITIVELY LAST WEEK.
BBB 00 Y Y SS
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B BO O Y Y S
BBB O O YY SS
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B B O O Y S S
BBB OO Y SS <$>
<$> Characters by JOHN BROUGHAM.
CHARLES FISHER, D. H. HAIL
KINS. MAURICE BARRYMORE,
Miss JEFFRYS LEWIS.* MAY
NUNEZ, Mrs. G. II. GILBERT and
Miss SYDNEY COWELL.
LAST MATINEE OF
OUR BOYS
^ SATURDAY, at HALF PAST ONE.
MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 25,
Mr. DALY will have tho pleasure of intruducing
Mr EDWIN BOOTH,
who, having entirely recovered from his recent dangerous
accident, will make his first appearanoe in New York Bince
two years iu his world-famous impersonation of
HAMLET.
The snlo of seats will begin on Thursday, October 31.
rynf "a vent e~theatre! "
SPECIAL CARD.
Mr. DALY begs to announce that on MONDAY EVEN
ING NEXT, October 25, be will havo tho ploaanre of Intro
ducing, upon the stnge of this theatre America's most pre
eminent tragic artist,
MR. EDWIN BOOTH,
who, having thoroughly recovered from his recent dangcrons
accident, will make his first appearance In New York sinco
two ycurs in his fume-crowned personation of
HAMLET.
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Special and elaborate preparation bos boen made for the
scries oi standard revivals (annual to this theatre) which Mr.
BOOTH will Inaugurate with tho above representation.
Mr. BOOTH'S performances will be strictly limited to
TWENTY-THREE NIGHTS and FOUR MATINEES and
the order of plays for the first week will be as follows
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Frldny evenings, Oct.
25. 26, 27 aud 29?HAMLET
Thursday and Saturday evenings, Oct. 28 and 30?THE
APOSTATE.
Saturday Matinee, Oct. DO? HAMLET.
Tho prices will be Orchestra and Balcony Chairs, SI 50;
reserv. d Chairs in Second Balcony, ?1; admission to Orches
tra and Balcony, $1 ; Family Circle, 50 cents; Private Boxes,
if 15 aud $12 each ; Chairs in the Parisian Boxes, $2.
Tho sitlo of scats will begin THURSDAY MORNING,
OCTOBER 21, at H o'clock at the Fifth Avenuo Theatre.
Bknj am in \v Ti i relict >c k s
THIRD AVENUE THEATRE,
Between Thirtieth and Thirty first streets.
INCREASED ATTRACTIONS ! NEW STARS ! t
EVERY EVENING AND SATURDAY MATINEE, 2 P. M.
LOTS OF FUN AND NO VULGARITY.
SAM. S. SANFORD, the true representation of tha
Southern Darkev. in UNCLE ToM'S CABIN.
WILLIAM W. NKWCO.MB, the monarch of minstrelsy.
CONRUY AND DALY, the Irish song and dance artists,
FRED WARREN,
The Inimitable Dutch comedian and vocalist.
MISS MILLIE DE BRENT, serin comic vocalist.
MISS ALICE FRANCE, vocalist and actress.
The GREAT MINSTREL QUARTET, and other favorites,
who linva delighted tho audionces hitherto, will also appear
nightly.
Dates always open to first class Specialty Artists.
Address GEORGE WIN'SIIIP, Stage Director, No. 443
and 445 Third avenue, New York.
SAN FRANCISCI) MINSTRELS, I NEW ~~~~
AN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS-I OPERA HOUSE,
BROADWAY, CORNER TWENTY-NINTH STREET.
ENTIRE CHANGE OK BILL THIS WEEK.
IMMENSE SUCCESS OF
OUR BOYS.
OUR BOYS.
OUR BOYS.
THE AFRICAN DWARF,
MESSENGERS IN DIFFICULTY,
RECEIVED WITH SCREAMS EVERY NIGHT.
THE JOLLIE8T ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CITY.
WANTED?2u<) smart boys to pick up buttons, books ami
eyes every morning.
Seats secured. Matlnoe Saturday at 2.
Circus. circus.
HOWES A CU8IIING'S
GREAT DOUBLE CIRCUS
AND PROFESSOR PIERCE'S TRAINED LIONS,
Fourteenth street, opposite
Academy of Music,
EVERY AFTERNOON AND EVENING.
Admission, 25c.; Reserved Seats, She.
MLLE. TITIENS I.N HANDEL'S ORATORIO,
"THE MESSIAH,"
In STF.INWAY HALL, on WEDNESDAY, October 20.
GRAND COMBINED CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA OF
OVER 4i?> PERFORMERS OF THE
CENTENNIAL CHORAL UNION,
and by the co-operation of Messrs. M. A M. STRAK08GII
tho following brilliant array of artists
Mile. THERESA TITIENS, tho celebratedCantntrieo.
Miss ANNA DRASDIL, Contralto.
Mr. ALFRED WILKIE, Tenor.
Mr. J. R. THOMAS Baritone.
Mr G. W MORGAN. Organist,
Mr. CARYL KLolUO, Accompanist.
Mr. GEO F. BKISTOVV, Musical Director.
Tickets, with reserved seats. $1 50, $2 and f.1.
General admission, $1.
Tickets can be obtained at Hteinway Ilall, 7U1 and 114
Broadway and 33 Union square.
MXB. ARABELLA OODDARD,
the very eminent English Pianist, will give one
GRAND PIANO KKClTAL
at 8TEINWAY HALL, on THURSDAY AFTERNOON,
October 21, assisted by the following Artists
Mr. TOM KARL, Tenor.
Mr. KMIL 8AURET. Violinist.
Signer E. MARZO, Accompanist.
Tickets, with reserved seats, 81. Wale at Stolnwnv Hall
TIVOLI THEATRE, EIGHTH STREET,
between Second and Third avenues.
Crowded houses, delighted audiences,
to witness our now ballet, La Nymphs d'Follert.
Also the tableau vtvanta, Italian Brigands.
A RUYLK ROOMS, SIXTH AVENUE AND THIRTIETH
IY STREET-OPEN EVERY NIGHT, COMMENCING
IT i? O'CLOCK MATINEE EVERY SATURDAY
iFTKRNOON, COMMENCING AT 3 O'CLOCK. EN
?rancb on Thirtieth street.
METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART.
12S Wast Fourteenth street. New York.
Open daily (Sundays excepted). ID A. H. to 3 P. M,
Monday and Thursday frees
AMUSBWKWTB.
STEINWAY UALL. WHITE CERVANTES
SECOND AND LA-T GRAND CONCERT
THl KSDaY EVRNINO,
Mr. JOSEPH WHITE, Violinist,
and
Mr. TGNACIO OEKVANTRR, Pianist.
Ithlir first tpprtrinw in America,)
?Minted by tin-following artists:?
Mix EMMA C TIICKSBY.
Mr*. SOFIA AI>\X i>E PIOHARDo Mr C FRltSCtt
Mr. ALFRED WILK1K, Mr. ADOLPH SoH.ST, Mr. E.
AOKAMONTE.
Admission. $1: reserved ?-aia. SO cent* evtra. Seats CM
be obtained it btelnway Hell, and 701 and 114 Broadway
GILMOllK'S CONCERT OARDEN.
GRAND OA LA WEEK. CLOSE OF THE SEASON.
The mint brilliant and aucoetefuI series of Summer Con
certs ever given in New York will be brooglii to a cloMAS
Sunday evening m ?, October 24.
MAGNIFICENT PROGRAM MB EVERY NIOIIT
THIS WEEK.
UiCAND COMBINATION OF THE BEST MUSICAL
TALENT OK TIIE METROPOLIS.
Among the ii?t of artists to take part during the week art
the roll,mini: ?
Mme. CARRIE BROOKS GULAGER
_ Mrs. HENRY HITMAN.
Mini ANN A SIMON.
Mr'8. B. MILI.S, Mme. CARENO SAURET.
Mima EMILE BAURET,
T l'A,ST WEEK OF TIIE GREAT MLEvV'S?MST'
^ I X V\.F'KK T"E EMINENT A It BUCKLE,
rn itiitir^1^, T1IK Vm Nu APOLLO CLUB.
GILMOUE S FILL HANI) EVERY NIGHT.
FILL PARTICI'LARS IN DAILY PAPERS.
ADMISSION FIFTY CENTS.
T The Garden ia now kept at a delightful temperature
i of seventy degrees.
PROGRAMME FOR THIS EVENING.
1. Overtuie on Russian Theme* Kerssen
2. Concert waits, "Return to America". . .Ptetro Ferrantl
3. Aria for soprano, "Swiss Echo Song". Lda-rt
MI.LK ANNA SIMON.
ornot solo, "Le reve d'Amour".. Ilaydn Millari
MR. M. AKHUCKLE.
5. Cavatlna, from "Lucia," "Kegnu va utl
Seltii/.io" Donizetti
MME. CARRIE BROOK'S Gl'LAOER
8 Grand selection. "Robert le Diahle" Mi* verb net
7 Piano aolo, "Selected" S. ll. Mills
MR. S. 11. MILLS.
8. Cornet aolo, "Levy-Atbau Polka" Levy
MR. J. LEVY.
9. Chorus?"Those Evening Bells," Moore
THE YOUNG APPuLLO CLUB.
10. Overture?"Jubel." Webel
11. March?"The Inman Line," Warm
GRAND EXTRA NIGHT
THURSDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 28
BENEFIT OF MR. P. 8 GILMORE. '
The programme to be presented on this occasion will com
tain aonie features of EXTRAORDINARY' INTEREST, iu.
eluding three works of unusual merit by celebrated Euro
pean contposera, WRITTEN FOR THE BOSTON JUBI.
LEE, hut which arrived too late for presentation: and, bt
general desire, the FAMOUS ANVIL CHORUS, REPRO
DUCED IN THE .SAME STYLE a* upon that occasion.
Jg OOTIDS. FOX
*?? Sole of seats for the grand now Pantomlmo begin!
this WEDNESDAY^ at 8 A. M
BOOTH'S THEATRE. LAST WEEK
JABRETT A PALMER Lessees oud Manager!
LAST WEEK
of the
KELLOGG GRAND ENGLISH OPERA.
Air. C. D. HESS Direct,a
A BRILLIANT REPERTOIRE
FOR THE CLOSING NIGHTS!
THIS WEDNESDAY? MARTHA. (VAN ZANDT, /.I.LDA
8EGUIN, EDWARD SEGUIN, JOSEPH MAAS, Ac.)
TO MORROW, THURSDAY?First representation of Sil
Julius Benedict's magnificent work,
THE LILY OF KILLARNEY,
the charming story of the Colloen Bawn, to be prodnced
with new and correct mise on scone and a powerful cast, in
cluding
Miss CLARA LOUISE KELLOGG as EILY O'CONNOR.
*,* Places may he secured. Ticket oliice open dally from
8 A. M. to 10 P. M.
NEXT MONDAY, October 25,
a grand new Holiday Pantomime, now in course of careful
preparation, named
?8
HUMPTY
DL'MITY
IN
EVERY CLIME,
and in which thu great Clown, Mr.
O. L. FOX,
wllUtppoar. Sale of seats begins on THURSDAY, at t
PARK THEATRE. MIGHTY DOLLAR.
SEVENTH WEEK
AND CONFIRMED SUCCESS OF WOOLPS COMEDY,
M D
I 0
O L
II L
T A
Y R.
Mr. W. J. FLORENCE as The Hon. Bardwell Slote
Mrs. W. J. FLORENCE ,...ns Mrs. General Giltlory
EVERY EVENING
AND SATURDAY MATINEE AT
FIFTIETH PERFORMANCE MONDAY, OCTOBER 25*
Seats secured ten days in odvnnco. and for the acc?mrao?
nation of strangers and theatre parties choice places retained
for the night sale.
Due notice will bo given of JOHN DILLON'S appear
ance, deferred in cou?o<;ueuce of the success of the MIGHTY
dollar.
p.AUK THEATRE.
M
R. AND MRS. W. J. FLORENCE.
IJUIE
MIGHTY DOLLAR.
A
8HAUGHKAUN SUCCESS.
N
JO FREE LIST.
T
HE MIGHTY DOLLAR
TO NIGHT AT 8 O'CLOCK.
HIE MIGHTY DOLLAR.
SATURDAY MATINEE AT 2 O'CLOCK.
SEE YESTERDAY'S GRAPHIC
AND THE GREAT CARTOON ON
MIGHTY DOLLAR.
CI BAND OPERA HOUSE
JT Will open on
SATURDAY EVENING, Oct. 23, with
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN.
A full and efficient Company, new scenery, and
cheap prices.
Admission, SO cents; gnllery. 20 cents.
Matinees Tuesdays anil Fridays.
Sunday evening, Oct. 24, a GRAND CONCERT
will bo given.
])
ARLING'S OPERA HOUSE
(Late Bryant's).
COTTON AND REED'S MINSTRELS.
The elegant resort of
THE PATRONS OF REFINED MINSTREL8T.
SHAKESPEARE IN THE KITCHEN.
BEN COTTON AND DAVE REED.
Evening at 8. Saturday matinee at 2. Half price t?
matinee.
JJABISIAN VARIETIES, 16T11 ST. AND BROADWAY!
TEMPLE OF SENSATIONAL ART.
Moet delightful resort in New York.
Evenings at 8 o'clock; Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
Matinees, at 2 o'clock.
Unprecedented attrac
tions.
Blandotrskl's
Exquisite Ballet.
Voluptuous Dances.
Pose I'lnstioues.
Pinuant Blietchos.
Fascinating Varieties.
Beautiful Women.
Finest entertainment ever attempted in New York
Grand Olio of Stars.
Guilt Edged Pleasures,
with new Cast, Cos
ttunes and Dances.
The cream of Song,
Dance, Sketch, Farce,
Novelty and Specialty
by forty Stars.
Enchanting Art.
STADT THEATRE, 45 AND 47 BOWERY.
FRIDAY EVENING, October 22, SECOND and LAST
PERFORMANCE of Urati A Chissola's OPERA BoL'FFE
COM PAN Y. GIKOFLE-G tXOF LA.
Mile. Geoffrey in her original role, GlroBe-Girofla, and th?
entire original cast.
Tickets $1, 75c., 50c., 35c., 23c., on and after Thursday.
HESTNUT STREET THEATRE"
PHILADELPHIA.
WILLIAM D. GEM MILL, J. FRED. SCOTT and
F. F. MACK AY Manager*
EVERY EVENING AND SATURDAY MATINEE,
Gilbert's Wonderful Dramatic Contrast, la two acts,
SWEETHEARTS,
and the brilliant Fareicnl Coihedy, in three acts, entitled
TOM COBB.
SEATS SECURED SIX DAYS IN ADVANCE.
"VOl'NG MEN'S *'ifliisTIAN ASSOCIATION.
1 LECTURE COURSE
EVERY FRIDAY EVENING, AT ? O'CLOCK
AT ASSOCIATION II VLL
Opening Lecture FRIDAY. October 23, by
BAYARD TAYLORaya-vylor.
BAYARD TAYLOR.
Tickets for single lecture, 50cents. For sale at the 11 alt.
No reserved seats.
$."> membership in the Young Men s Christian Association
admits member and lady to the lecture course free.
For list of the other twelve Lectures and Entertainments
CSlI or send for "Association Notes," at the llall. Twenty
third street and Fourth avenue.
N
OW OPEN.
FORTY-FOURTH GRAND NATIONAL EXHIBITION
of the
AMERICAN INSTITUTE,
Second and Third ava and Sixty-third and Sixty-lotirth its.
WONDERFUL MACHINES I SPLENDID PRODUCTS!
Admission, 50 cents; Children, 25 cents.
The dance of society.
By William it. De Uarmo.
For sale at
WILLIAM A. POND A CO.'8, No. 547 Broadway.
Billiards.?five grand entertainments
will be given at (be WotAsvn Billiard Pnrloi, 221 Sixth
avenne, commencing October 20, by Mont. ADRIAN K AR,
the celebrated linger player of tbe world.
I poll OPERA. CONCERT OR CHURCH.?LA DIB#
without meant instructed at the professor's residence
and rapidly assisted to employment. Address DIRECTOR,
box 137 Herald Uptown Branch office. _____
AITUKN YOU READ
VV THE EVENING TELEGRAM
TO-NIGHT
YOU WILL SEE ALL THE NEWS
Banjo instruction by henry c. dobson, wo
Bowery -I guarantee to teach the moet uumusical in
a single quarter. Banjos at all prices.
TITIENS IN ORATORIO. , THE MESSIAH.
Excellent teats can be had at ticket offices
in St. Nicholas. Windsor and Filth AvChlW Uot?lA _

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