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11TIATIO\? WtWTBD-M A UM. UOMEHr, I FRUiHT, COLORED MAM A3 wtitrr private nr public. rood ciit ret'ereue*. Call nd/irc-. AMDKHMOW. VHt W,.| 42.1 >1. 4 KlRiiT CLASH KRENCUMAN (COOKi WANTS A >A eltuati.m to lake charge ul' a kitaltea m hotel, rertaa ?ant or Hr?i . u?. lOMrdiny boom; city or country ; bent ref erence* 2*12 w. ?t :*Hb it. "OARTKXDKR WAXTS ASITI ATIOM; A VOCSC MAM; J? lalfly landeti; age 2*'; good rcfareuce. l.idru** BAlt TK.NDKR. Ilerakl l'|itoteu liraueli office. UM PLOY ML NT WANTED?IS ANY HOOD BlSINKSK; Ti city or Country. Adtlro** s INi.l.K MAN, bm 114 Herald office. SITUATION WANTED?AH -TAni IN A FIRST elaat. i>> it ate taiuilv, by ? Frvuchmao . *p< a a. Herman and Kiiglini,; thoroughly esuerlencad ; refereucea Addreas t'll. TRANk, >} Writ 3MkM. WfAlTKi:? FIRST class, |OR HOTEL OK RES IT tuur .'it, Kngliah, age ,10. Addrrt.* M I N , to* 185 llerald I plowtt Branch office. YlTAITF.lt. ?BY A RK3PFH "TABLE KEEN till MAM, AS TT flrat cla-1 waiter in a privet* family; uu lorkfcMids hit online** thoroughly; good city reference*. Addren* J. A., No. 210 weet *>!Hh -t. ANTED A SITUATION BY A FRENCH MALE cook, .? tb* city or couutry . latM roferenoa* givuu rroio la 111* city Addrc** AUGUST BRKDON, No. 123 eel soti. ?i w w TV ANTED-BY a MAX A SITUATION IN A IthSTAU ?f rant as a coo*; understand* meat*. oysters and carv ing. Call on or address II. L., 850 4th av. WANTED V SITUATION BY A YOITNO .MAN' ABOUT 2D years, us undervraiter or footman good references a* to honesty arid sobriety. Addict li F. B , Herald Up lowo Brunch odke. WANTED?2V lUBlTION BY A YOl'Ntl MAN. WHO l? a good waiter, u good bartender and li?? had ex perieace in ?'pwiiug'oysters and order cooking; refereucea. Address T. B. K., Herald Uptown Branch office. WAN1ED?A SITUATION BY A YOUNG MAN AH waiter; has good city references; no objections to the country, Call on or address li. M., 687 6th av. ANTED BY A YOl Til Off 17, A SITUATION IN A wholesale or importing hott**, to learn the bu*ine**; reside* with bin parents; best city references furnished. A Mr*** M H. MLRSKRKAU, 321 West 32d *t "1.1 ^ANTED?SITUATXON, BY FIRST CLASS BELGIAN ff waiter ; best city reference. Address LEOPOLD. 158 East 42d *t. WANTED?A SITUATION AS MALE NURSE BY A single man of experitn 0. good refercnc -a. Address M. N*, llerald .?m< e _ "Yr0lN(; MAN IHBftfREB A SITUATION AS WAIT Kit JL in a gentleman'9 or Private family; willing and oblig ing; city reference*. Address ,J L.. BIB East 21st sf. -I WILL PAY $50 TO ANY PERSON THAT will procure mo a situation a* porter or any other inside job. puyii g l'rom $10 to $14 per week : best of security can bo given ** to honesty and sobriety, t ail on or address 1*. K., I.Bhu 3d av., Mrcomi Hoor, front, for three days. "I 4 ft WEST 32D ST., THIRD FLOOR. EAST SIDE? XxtJ A young man vtho will attend furnaces and side walk. and is willing to make himself generally use ub Call on or address, J. C. J. CLERKS A.\D SALESMEN. A COPYIST-A YOUNG MAN TO COPY EITHER fn m dictation r at shorthand for about two hours' daily at an elderly gentleman's residence. Address U., box 190 (ieruld Uptown Branch office. A GOOD PENMAN, HAVING $500 TO LOAN, cau secure a liberal salary and permanent situation in a long established drat class business. Address box 162 Herald office. A YOUNG SWEDE, HAVING BEEN 10 AEVRS J\. bookkeeper and correspondent iti Manchester ami London and 3 years in Germany, will be glad to accept a situation under very moderate terms. Address A. W.. box 157 Herald office. A YOUNG MAN. STEADY AND INTELLIGENT, wishes a Mtuatiou to learn the grocerr business; also can keep bo ik?; good in figures, or will clerk; small salary expected; refereuce given from last position. Address box 2.013 Post office. ___ Active man wanted?as general clerk in the auction and commission business ; must have $3D0 to deposit with his employer. Call, after 10, at 42 Broadway, room 44. Bookkeeper.-a young man to act ah entry clerk Mid assistant bookkeeper, and make himself gen erally useful Jn wholesale store; must be quick and correct at figure*, and write a tine hand; references required. Ad dress .J B. k CO., Herald office. Salesman wanted?to take charge of our suit department; only those understanding their busi ness need apply. 8. SULZBERGER k CO., 291 nth av. QALK8MAN WA.XTF.D-A PERSON Will) FULLY CM O ender-tand. Tun; wholesale and retail. Address OTTER, Herald office. w ANTED?A POSITION AS THAVELLI>G HALES iuhii, on -Alary or coinm -xlon ; bus lar^i* acquaintance with merchants Atidres* box 110 herald office. "\\TANTED? A MOST THOROUGH. ACTIVE PERSON ? ? in a whol.n!? clotliitig house ; one porteotly 1'nmiUar with tho detail* of the clothing bimiu |>, sliippinir. Ac . and thoroughly rHiohlw, with tho very lw*st of recommendations. Apply, after 10 A. >1., At 4S and jO White *t., up stairs. # WANTED?TWO (2) SALESMEN WELL ACQUAINTED with Sth uv. trade above :44th it.; must lw? thorough In dry coods butioeai. Addreso, with references, CORWIN, Herald Uptown Brunch office. "WANTED?AN EXPERIENCED SALESMAN TO TAKE ? T np un eMtabltshed routi for groeeiios in New York And ?ttburbs Addre?t, stating references, B. C., box%I7l Herald office. COACHMEN AVn GARDENERS. A S COACHMAN?MARHTED; NO KNCCMBRANCE; j\. camn? tent and capable; best ?'ify references; wiliinjf 10 be useful; city or country. Address H., coachman, 23 Columbia place, Brooklyn. AS GROOM OR COACHMAN?BY AN ENGLISHMAN of medium x;?e; two year* reference from Sa?t eni 5loycr. who will highly recommend him. Cull ou or address aML*. Wood Gibson's, "H'J'i Broadway. A FIRST CLaSS PP.OTE.STANT FARMER AND ve^eteblo gardener, with 2U years first clans testi monials, to take charge of a gentleman's place. Addre?s FARMER, Post office, tfuxbfn*, L. I. A SINGLE MAN WISHES A SITUATION AS COACH th. r '11'?IT understand* Ins bu.-ino*s; city o adore* country; i nn give hrst t ins, reference. Call at or 411 Kant 32d St.. privot ? stable. A single man desires a situation as coach man a id gardener; satisfactory reference trom present and former employers. .Mlitraea J. B., box I2l Herald office. 4 COACHMAN'S SITUATION WANTED?BY A FIRST JV clansman; thoroughly understand, hi- basilica.-, is wilting and bilging; t>?st city reference. Call ou or address M.. 1,2 1- llroadwny. in tlio liftrue.- store. A FIRST CLASS COACHMAN. SAFE DRIVER, highly rin-om mended; eeven years in his last place, married, and has no children. Addre?* 117 West 37th it. A YOUNG MAX HF STRICTLY TEMPERATE halm- want* a-nuation as cnarhtmni ; will always be found willing and obliging in every respect. ren milk if re quired; beet reference cun be given. Call in or address I' K., l.SM) rid av., second floor, front, fnr two days. A GENTLEMAN DESIRES A SITUATION FOR HIS c mchnian, ahn thornnghly understands the cam of horses; ran recommend him a? a srdrer, hnneet, indaetrioua man. Apply a; present employer's, 72 Meet 4ttth st. A Yut'Mj MARRIED MAN AND WIFE. WITHOUT _2\. children, want - motion-, man Ue first class gardener. can tend green'; u?e?, Ac , "i would go as groom . has si fved in the Pmesien cat siry, wile can do any kind of light w 'Th ; best refornnc ??. 'oil at "V42 P.roome st. AC i.\< IIMA* AND GROOM'S SITUATION war; M - By a young man nf good experience; is a good careful drner. er. willing snd obliging; right jesra ref erun-ie. A.ldr hox Lib II raid Uptown Branch office C 'AfltMAN S SITUATION WANTED?BY Or out list St. J\ Bret (4p?s-ingle man. with beet ?? tv reference- would go South or to California. Call on or address4. J , 1 >4 West A GENTLEMAN WISHES TO PIWM'I IIF. A SIT I A tlon for his roechniati, .Ingle man. will highly n mend Mm. ' all in' (lire of Hew Engl md Oar Spring Coin pany. 24" Broadway. A FIB -T CLASS COACHMAN WANTS A SITUA tlon . married ; good -ixe and careful driver ; hrst da-, recommendation- (.all on or address P., 11 East hob -t. A 9 COACHMAN AND USEFUL MAN BY A VOUNO J\. men. nnmarrfed. who understands In r."- cows, gar dene, Ac , Is handy at repeirnig. 340 East 07th st., present employer s. A DVERTIHE FOR WHAT YOU WANT IN TH E EVENING TELEGRAM. COACHMAN S srTl ATION WANTED HV A NIv \T J\. and respectable man; single, thoroughly understands hlebustncM; I. trustworthy and willing; first claee city ret ?rence Add reel O. K , DXr Weet 4<?th st. A /loAt II.MA.V AND GROOM'S SITUATION WANTED? *J By a careful, ooligfng men. vho undsTstenda his hu-i n e ss in every . ? -pert, reu yoer.' splendid reference. Address at Stilling ?. 144 Mil sv. /10ACIIMAN and GROOM BY a BMraoTABM Va* man, tingle ; iboronghly nnrleretiurds the cere "f horse* n - sal a .... .. . I - .. . f. a I Ae'wae ? m. iltins* a 11 < I ..Eiisvlnrv V/ ' ret'. "Ill Iir , l lltAI ? ' tl hkll IJ tlll'iri^ceu't.a viler t let 13 sr. 1101 ,sr' e?rrtag?? ai d iiarne*.; eerenit dr.yer; willing end obliging he.toity references. Address A. F., 172 Herald office. Y10AC1IVAN OF LONG EXPERIENCE IN NEW VORK ". nod Br k I > r. want-a situation, understands his btisl ness perfectly in ev-ry respect, good reference. Address L., box Iu3 Her i .d r.fih-e / ' AKDT.NKK'S - ; ru vrioN WANTED?BY A PRACTT vT C?. married man who has a thorough knowledge of greenh. use-, grsperles, vegetable and flutter garden, also the management f s farm, nndrrstan'ling rotation of rrnpe, care of cattle a?..l everything he longing to a gentleman! country place ? .?il on or addr-ss C. 1 .. at Alfred Bridge man s. ?7'l Kroeuway SITUATION WANTED?AS COACHMAN BY AN ENO O Iiilinmn .can ,.111 a furnace and i. a thor.mgh -ood man eeotind the house go-d reference Address 1 C , Herald (SITUATION WANTED BY AN ENGLISHMAN Rl~ k; gle, e? I OS. hman and useful man can milk il rciuiiei fgfcreii.'.'S Address R. 0 . box IBl II,raid office. CITUATION W N.VTKD?AS COACHMAN OR ! -I I 47 man. by a -rrlrtly *oh?r Protest ant Dane who can ID Tl, nieh excellent recommendations. AddrVsa'l" im flxwraM Iifficn '? ' * ' vv fANTED?A SITUATION AS COACHMAN in respectable married men ; iober. I neo ,nd 'lm? ? one; good groom and llrat clas- city dri-.o 1 ail on . . dreeeMr. C1I VRLES FOWfcKH, 87 Beaver st. present s ployer's. ANTED-A HITUATION BY'A HINOLB MAN 0BNT8 WANTED?MALR AND FEMALE., TO IN trodnce (he best selling article In the maiknt, itul out, Il igemeuec. Apply el 706 Rroadwuv. ro. m u tTEI.P WAtTKn-M VLBS. A OKNT* WANTF.D-KOR ALL THE STATES ENKR ?\ getie men uisko from 38 to WO par day. Full particn lar* at 85 Westdth St room J, after to o'clock. AGENTS WANTED TO SELL AN ARTICLE KKQLIRKI) la cvttry family. Noue 'ml lura of energy, ability and some brain* need apply nl manufactory l.'M Greene at. /1HECK BOYS WANTED?AT LORD A TAYLOR'S. V/' corner Grand and 'hryetie at*. . /CANVASSERS.?WANTED, FOl'R TNTKI.LInENT V' *"d temperate man to take irdorx for au article uc.thd in everv otiico and dwelling in thia oil* Respectable per son* only need apply at IMS Kaltou st , New York, after ? AW. w / CANVASSERS.?TWO t?R TUBES UENTLBMEN OK V ability m anV a,,. on a new first el am publication. J. B. MOBKHoLTB. J4 Murray at. J k1 RECTORY COMPILER, COMPETENT TO T AKE I" charge "I an.l instinct cauvaaaers. Address, in confi dence, .41, bo* liiii Herald otke. VI'ANTED?A LIVE VA.NKKK, ACQUAINTED WITH 11 railroad*, express and livery stable*, to lake ordera and deliver Ward's Itorac and rattle eulce: salary or com mission; horse ami wagon furnished him : reference or se curity rei|iiircd Address Mi KLRATII. Ml Dnanc street ANTED?TEN FIRST CLASS BOOK OR NF.WSPA per canvaaeers. Oil ARI.KS Ct'CAB A CO.. 11 Dey st. WANTED?A YOU NO MAN, FOR (iFKICK WORK. 15 11 to is year* obi, who reeidca with his pareuts . must bo auick and I'orroct ai llgure-; best reference required. Ad res*, a uli full particulars, K M , bus 210 llerald office. nr AN TED?BX PK RIBXCE O C AN v A SS E KS ON BOH ND Tr Bibles, to sail on instalment: olio who (peaks i h-rmun preferred. THOMAS KKLLV, 17 Barclay st., second tioor. VIr ANTED?YOUNil MAN, ST ROM i AND ACTIVE, ft about IB year* of aire, in an importing house to park light hardware; must live with bis parents. Address, in own handwriting. B., box 502 New lurk l'ost office, with auiouut of salary expected. AA'.V.NTKD?KKSl'Ki TABLE MEN AND I.ADIKS TO It solicit orders :or a new subscription book in parts, finely illustrated; ten new book* to select from JAMES SllEEU Y, a:i Barclay at. THE TRADKS. QITl'ATION WANTED?BY A MIDDLE AfiKD MAN vr as engineer or tiroman; can produce satisfactory testi monials is to character and abilities. Apply to M. BOUQUET, 158 Kaat (2d st. fP'i HATTERS AND HAT MANUFACTURERS.?WANT 1 ed, a competent hat manufacturer; una that Utldorstamis stirf aud -oft hat manufacturing, especially the making de partnient Address, for three days, stating whore last em ployed, box lot) llorald office. w 'ANTED?A UOOD DIAMOND SETTER. GEO. A. DAKitK.Sri. No. 5 Bond st., room 14. "VITANTED?A CARPENTER AND JOINER, TO GO II out of tlie 'ity to work; he must have SI,is*I or more cash; to sucb it peraou a good salary and steady w ork will he given. Call on or address CARPENTER AND BL'ILDER, U6 East 14th at., under the bunk. HOARDERS WANTED. 1 ENTIRE SLIT <)K ROOMS, II.VNDSoMKLV FUR 1 nlahed, also pleasant Rooms for families, with Board; small private family: references. East Forty-sixth street, corner Madison avenue. Windsor block. -i parlor srrr, with extension, and private L table for family, flto to f4D weekly; a few vacancies, from BR to dl7 East Thirteenth streei. near Second av "1 BLOCK EAST OK CITY H ALL.?FRANKFORT I House, corner William street; 250 Room*. 35c.. 85c.. rate, and #1 ; gentlemen and families; plenty of bedclothes; cheap restaurant. Open all night. _____ "I BLEUANTLY FLRMSHED PARLOR FLOOR. WITH 1 private Lvatli, Ac., or will he let separately; private table; table d'hote. 14 Want Seventeenth street. 1 ?TWO OB MORE GENTLEMEN. OB A FAMILY, OA* 1 ..he accoinmodst 'd at 2U9 West Twenty fourth street, with ? Jewish family: Parlor or Second Floor, eu suite or singly; terms reasonable. References. 1 SLIT OF RUNNY ROOMS ON SECOND FLOOR; J. table anil attendance first class; prices moderate : refer ences exchanged. Mrs. P. V. KENT. 2d and 28 East Twenty third street, Madison miliars. ') (IKNTLEMEN?ALSO ?> LADIES ('AN BE ACCOM modeled with good Board and nlea.ant Rooms; term. Bt t??> per WWk. W Wc.t Thirty fifth MrNi 9 'NS (A V HAVE A LAKOE FRONT ROOM with Move and board, for a t#eek. 133 W'e.t Kurtv' lirat Mrnct. c omer Broadway, third floor. 9 UKNTLI4MKX WISH TWO ROOMS, WITH OK WITH Mal"!Li0,?'?,ll'1'll<oMl surroundings. Address, with pa.t., iii.vrs, m . Herald I ptown Branch office. i) handsomely furnished rooms, koi'tiikrn ? exposure, 91(1 and $20, with Board fur two; modern ira P?c">eDts; reference* exchanged. t?r.l West Twenty fifth O EAST SEVRKTKENTII STREET?TO let, with c ncio ' ?"e 1 IilH""'< hI?? lttr8? ball Rooms; ruler 'i DOORS FROM FIFTH AVKNt'K, NO W EAST SIX h.trput ?Thla house has been newly furnished and ? J"1 Hni' js. now opened to iir.t elans parties wishing .a u li Sver>2i,lngin U,,e ,r,iBr' e|es??t Eloor, with private talila if desired; references. A EAST TWENTIETH STREET. NEAR FIPTH AVE r noe Handsomely furnished Rooms, with exeelletit Hoard ; genilt men ;ui?t wires <?r n party of sinirle cent 1 em< n nicvly accommodated; reference*. fpnuenn n \ ^OIWKKOM OILSKY HOL'HE?ELEGANTLY Pl'R. ) niahed l arlor and >ec??nd Flnnr: private or ffcnernl table ? ^Cjgjnylerntc; references. 41 West Twoiitvj,imh Aree".' AND SIXTH AVENUES.?VERY DESIRABLE i Iteath lVrcet":'referem-ws.'" SC1"'r",?- 36 VVo"' ~TH AVENUE, !K?SEVERAL ELEOAXT LA lit Jit V Ki"?? "" rr*""' "n,l tllir'1 Boors, with first el ass Board ? als, day hoard; house first class in every ret peer refer CBCCK. ^ * *" Ll j KTII AVENUE. NO. 291.?TO A PARTY DESIRING Suit > ^.'ivcV;. ('"o?!"''1"' t 1',,,'.l,"me1 new!/ furnished | jn eveo part'eular' * *'"* 8uPcrfor M-poiutmeuts .A? AVENUE, 330 AND 332.-MRS. wvckoff has ? "J" of Rootue to rent, consisting of first fiotcr m ...U : si-., >00011,1 Floor etc w ith ; rivat- table. ~TH AVENUE 337?ELEOAXT SUITS OF~ HAND, r ?ai"' Rooms, on second or third Honrs, with or without pm,ue table; .single Rooms for gentlemen. - VAN It tM SfREKT, NEAR MACRc H'eJAL ?II ANI> 'J ..n.ely lurni.hod double and also .Inglo Rooms, with or ruts' " 1 hoarders accommodated; term. tnodc 4?/* TO fs l-ER week FOR rooms, Willi BO WiD ?v'f tamidee accommodated enially low; hot end cold *??. third deme I 1) h-AST THIRTY THIRD STREET?A DESIRABLE Anon s'c"n<1 Boot; ?l?o front Suit, on third floor, with or without private table. 10 EAV*^fST NEAR BROADWAY ? L'f I lea Ult fr ,nt Rev.ms $14 and $1H. for two. with tuidi fcoT'sti 1 "n 1,.r'",a'u?t people taken; also _ ? ** house ncated by iteam. II EAST THIRTV FIRST STREET.-TO LET, A BEAU , tifnl Suit of Kooma on se -onet floor; just newly fur lushed; price, reasonable ; table first class. I </ril STREET. NO. r.7 WEST, BETWEEN FIFTH I ? and sixth avenue.?T with Be. ?rd, a second at eery Ire-en. loc-un and l.c-lr-cnn , ..n,t li.-rn , p. core. YTfH STRKKT. CORNER SECOMD'aVKKTK a.i agft I t IkU.?Third llee.er front Room, well furnished, lor Jt n j ????;"? w'"' Wlth Hoard, alao Room for tWo gentle I 1 -TH BTKKBT, m WEST-WITH BOARD~HAND. I ) some furnished Iront Room on second flee.,r. lor trentle ? man and wife cer iwo single gentlemen; term, reasonable. ill) Sip. nrSNTT-ropBTB STREET. OPPOSITE j , y. Avenue Hotel.?An elegantly furnii?hrd Floor to or wpawtilr K<,,itl"u"ni with or "itheul Hoard; together I 21 ,Vn;>,T,N,y; r'Kf-\* ritlvETl-Er-OND FLOOR t.i l? ,f el ' f'.m.shed; private hath and private I _ ' ' iis<) Iv.Miru.s for ; r'fcrcnce. WA.VERLKY PLACE ?El 15NISIIED BACK PAR r~ I'.r a:iei Roeems, on ted and third floors and single Bourd0n ' or ?'"3|? gentlemet], w'tli EA<T THIRTY SIXTH STREET-TO LET WITH mit-itetTlu^'ff*t Tri K"""*"n flr't and second' floor.; prjvjiw tuiiJr it fluslrcl; reterencmi. Ov?D STREET, 137 WEST.-TWO ELECANT PARLORS to rer'e't" we?l,"tlriee"Ti '"i"'' 'r"""" "" "lir,) "'"I f""rtli floors exchanged! 1 014 reasonable. References OOD STREET, ldl WEST.?A LA HOP. ROOM TO 9|; IWENTY I'HIRD oTRKET ?TilB MISSPS ?ho,,^h;iVm.X'Sy,^.L'^"wu'hT,"r 'r ixr ^---*1* a*n11cmen ;r.ferences exchan^d. ' U,ull,M fasitsstuf s?t"^nwn 1^.rjaud 9M WL.-iT TWENTY SECOND STREET ?AN FT P s5 OR 29 on tt.ird floor Iront. eultable l>.r family ur gentlemen ^ab^ flr*? Has* ; reference* ?tehun^fl. ???.n,*,iDie 9Q WEST IWHNTY SIM H >treet71usar BROtD ai O way.?Ilau'laomely faruiahed Room., en suit* or sin gly, wilh superior Board. sunee.r.in '-?() TWENTY-FIRST STREET ?ROOMB, WITH Oy Board, for gentleman end wile or two gentlemei refcrenoes exchanged. * ut"u">n< 01*T .STREET 121. NEAR FOURTH AVEVi r"~ *JX Neatly .'ornielmd R'nems. with Board; grate fire aas and bath; suitable Tor gentleman and wife or two single gentlemen; alao hall Room; location desirable; term, m.al erata; reference. ?iQ WEST TWENTY SIXTH BTKBXT. - ELEOAXT 't'J Suits on second and third floors, with ltoanl- also sin pie Rooms; home comfort, with hotel eonreuiences table unexceptionable, prices moderete. .1 9 Ka", TWENTY NINTH STREET?A LARUE AND 1 -V small Room to let, with Board, to gentlemen. 19 WEST THIRTY EIOIITII STREET?A PRIVATE faneHy will rent an elegantly furnished Hecoud or Third Floor, with or withnt prfe ate table. <l."? SAST TWENTIETH STREET? ROOMS, WITH metet. r2fa!i'-en "l!1* ""B "'ngly. with fir.t das. appoint v # gr 5?2 1 An rffIu,rod. 4;") jyK r WO HTREET?AN KLEfiANT SUIT OP cold water'T' "" ,p o ,fl"or' r,th "'""le closet., hot and Homely fiirnMe.'d !? ? A "oor* newlJ "Dd >>nnsl rr"!Lni^l"hc'1- '??. with Board; rufaftticwa exrhnnged. 47 ?TREET -OKNIRABLB gentlemen , i ' "i ,ui1.* "T "'"s1" i ?i?o Ro.em. for tingle SroaXii h"d?om?lr furnlslied eueee. ** ^ ?" IU ?Ppv??luiegUi rgfer BOARD Kits WANTED. AO WK8T WASHINGTON PLACE, NKAH SIXTH jlO ivenup.--Nicely furnished large and mall Rooms to let, with good, sutstuuliai Board. n 1 EAST M.N I'll STREET, BETWEEN BROADWAY t'l aud l'niversity place.? Large and small Room* to let, with Hoard, to family or party of gentlemen, at reasonable prioea, table boarders taken ; reference* exchanged. EO WEST THIRTY THIRD STREET, BETWEEN 'JO Broadway and Fifth avenue.?A handsomely fur nished Parlor Extension, with all m >dern conveniences, with Board; references. EQ EAST NINTH STREET. BETWEEN BROADWAY tJO and University place ? First class French Board, K toma cu suite or singly, tor families or single geutlemeu. Re tor eneea exchanged. Terms moderate. ~/* WEST THIRTY NINTH STREET.- NEWLY KI R Ov) tiiahed Rooms on second and fourth Hours to let. with Board ; references exchanged. Hit WKsT THIRTY EIGHTH STREET-HANDSOMELY U" and newly furnished Rooms to let, with or without Board: house and table first class; location unsurpassed. /JO PARK A VENUE.?A DESIRABLE BUlTj|f BOOBS DO to let, with Board, also single Room; references ex changed. Q4J IRVING PLACE, NEAR ORAMERCY PARK.? Elegant second Floor; all liirht rotitus; private table If preferred; Room on fourth floor; an elegant Parlor Ex tension. 1 O ~ EAST TWENTY-EIGHTH STREET.?FURNISHED 1x7aI Rooms to rent, with Board, to families or geutlvineii; references exchanged. EAST TWENTY SIXTH STREET ?ELEGANTLY ?- furnished Rooms and first class Board, for gentle man and wife rr single gentlemen; house coutalus every possible comfort and convenience. n i EAST EIGHTEENTH STREET. NEAR CLAREN i don Hotel, and one block "ft Broadway.?Fine Rooms, on second floor, to let, with Board; houao and appointments first class. HQ WEST SIXTEENTH STREET?TO LET, WITH A 1U Pon d, at reasonable terms, two large, connecting Rooms, with pantry; suitable for family or party of gentle men. 1 9(1 EAST TWENTY-THIRD STREET.?TWO HAND 1?<v" Homely furnished Rooms on second floor; also ball Rooms, with superior Board; references exchanged. 1 i) f EAST TWENTY SEVENTH STREET.?TO LET, 1-sT witli Hoard, two large connecting K< o ns, separately or together; also one single Room ; references given and re quired. 1 I " WERT FORTY SEVENTH STREET, NEAR i*TtJ Sixth avenue.?A Second Floor (more room if de sired) lumishod or unfurnished, with or without Board, in an unexceptionable location; house occupied by two adults; references. 9(D) WEST TWENTY THIRD STREET ?LARGE and commodious Rooms, newly and handsomely furnished, with or without pr Tate table ; also sing o Rooms and handsome extension Parlor; terms moderate. OAO EAST FIFTEENTH STREET. NEAR THIRD ?*\/0 avenue.?To let, large front Room on the third floor for $5, for two gentlomen ; with Board, fit. 0(\0 WEST TWENTY-FOURTH STREET.?LAROS and small Room*. hands.?mely furnished, every eon veiiience, to let, with superior Board; prices moderate; ref erences exchanged. 01Q EAST FIFTY-THIRD STREET ?TO I ET. WITH ? If/ Board, in a private family, two nicely furnished largo front Rooms, with southern exposure, at $10 and $18 per week for two. 99(| WEST TENTH STREET ?A SMALL FAMILY, ?, ?' ' living in a first class house, will let some pleasant Rooms, containing closets, hot and cold water, with good Board; terms moderate. 99 I WEST FORTY SEVENTH STREET, NEAR ? Broadway.?To lot, one or two prettily furnished Rroms, with or without Board, in a small cosey house; all improvements. Rent low. 990 EAST TWELFTH STRHET, BETWEEN SEC mUJmdKJ ond and Third avenues.?A handsomely furnished Parlor and Bedroom, southern exposure, to let. with excel lent Board; refrrences exchanged. 97 L WEST TWENTY VlI'TII STREET.?NIl'KLY | tmd t r furnished Rooms, with good table Board and all comforts o'a home, to gentlemen and their wives or single gentlemen ; house long established ; terms low. Ol ~ WEST SEVENTEENTH STREET.-A NEATLY Oi?/ furnished front Room and Bedroom, with or without Board, for gentleman aud wife, or single gentleman pre ferred. O9Q WEST 321) ST.-ROOMS TO LET, FURNISHED O^jO or ttufurnished, with or without Board; tonus very moderate ; location very desirable. A AO WEST NINETEENTH STREET. - NEATLY rv/O furnished large and small Rooms, with first class Board fire and jras, $H to $S per week. American family, near elevated railway. 1 OH SIXTH AVENUE, BETWEEN TWENTY NINTH i Tt/'/ and Thirtieth streets, flrat floor.?Two rcsncctohle j ladies can he accommodated, with or without Board, with a widow lady. rrp?J SEVENTH AVENUE.?ROOMS TO LET, Fl'R ? "JO nisbed or unfurnished, with or without board; also Floor to let, four rooms; connect; hot and cold water; bath ouru. \ GENTLEMAN AND WIFE CAN OBTAIN FINE j\ Room and Board for $16 per week ; fire, gas, Ac., at Plaiuflcld. Address box 1,114 Post office, Plainfield, N. J. A N ELEGANTLY FURNISHED SECOND FLOOR A front Room to let, with Board, at 'Ho West Twentieth street ; also hall Rooms for geutlem o at moderate prices. One block from Elcrated Railway station. A LADY RESIDING ON FIFTH AVENUE, NEAR A Madison square, will rent two fine Rooms, with Board, singly or together, to fir*t class parties; references ax changed. Address RICHARDSON, box 150 Herald Up town Branch office. 4 PRIVATE FAMILY OFFERS A HANDSOMELY JV furnished Floor, en suite or singly, to a party of adults; private table if desired; above Thirty-fourth street and cen tral. Address 1*. A. WILLIS, box 127 Herald Uptown Brunei) office. 4 LABOR. HANDSOMELY Kl.liNl.SHKD FRONT Room, alcova, second tinor, to let. with Hoard, tu gen tleman and wife or two gentlemen. 10 Bust Thirty fourth street. XT'URN I SHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING, U with or without Board, witli lmt and cold water and gnu, convenient to the Sixth uvcuue can, at 140 Waverley plteo MRS. M. B. 8PMNKR, -it anil 22 Eaet Thirty fifth street, bating taken the magnificent house N" HKaet Ftfty seventh street, is ready to offer elegantly furnished Suits, with or without private tuhlu, froui November I, in both houses. EWLY PAINTED AND HANDSOMELY FURNISHED largo Room Sir gentleman and wife ; also large, desira ble Room lor one or two gentlemen ; superior Board; mod erate prices, ltd West Thirty third street. With OR wirnorT board, in brown stone vt house, No. 22i> East Thlrtv second street I American family), large, handsomely furnished Pari ir and iieilrootn ; large closet; hot and cold water. BOARD AND LODGING WANTED. A YOUNG MAN WISHES GOOD BOARD AND SMALL 2 V Room, Are, Ac., or would room with respectable person midday dinner if possible), between Thirty-fourth and Forty-eighth street", Second and Seventh avenues; terms mutt he low. Address, with particulars. U. Q. 0., Herald Cot own Branch office. N A DVERTI8D A JY WHAT YOU HAVE TO SELL and all new York will see IN THE evening telegram. ioaR.1 AND LODGING WANTED?BY A YOUNG I gentleman; Is willing to pay f.1 per week. Address, witli fall particular*. A K , box 2,-G.'i New York Post office. rrUVG LADIES WANT A LARGE ROOM AND FULL L Board; hot and cold water, tfa.s and furnace heat; loett* ' tion above Twelfth street, and central; term? must be mod- J erate ; ple**e ?t*t? particular*; lw Mt of references. Address i INQURKK, Herald Uptown Branch oflice. tlTAN'T^D?ACCOMMODATION IN A GOOD PRIVATE 11 family for gentleman, wife and grown w in. in respect- i able leirtion ol city. no boarding house. Address, with 1 terms, M KUIIANT, bos 2.'. fill Post office. "t IT ANTED?BOARD, WITHOUT LODGING. IN THE I TT neighborhood of Sixth avenue and Fiftieth street, fur r single gentleman. Address C. E., Herald office. It "A N'T ED in V LADY. A SMALL, WELL FUR* M niahed Hitting lio.uu and Bedroom, or a large Room ! with sofa bedstead, for which $2h will be given; location be ta oen Fourth mid Sixth avenues and above Twenty seventh | street; a private family d*sir!ng a |iermitnent and reliable In.urder w ill be preferred; the best references given and ro- i quired. Address Mrs. O. 1., box 1UH Herald Uptown lirauch . office. ? HOTELS. ' Belmont hotel, k lton street, near Broadway and terminus of city i allways; buatuess centre; European plan; open nil night. Rooms. 50c. upward; new fuiniljr Rooms, dining rooms open Sundays. J^ARLB'S HOTEL, CANAL STREET, NEAR BROAD i way.?Board $S per day. First class accommodation for ibe winter at reduced rates. I KNOX Horn, N'G 7J FIFTH AVENUE, NEWLY J refitted and refurnished, lias a ft w family sud single Booms, at very low prices foi the winter. Marlborough house, thirty eighth street, corner Sixth avenue (Murray 1111!).? American plan; the moat delightfully located family hotel In the city; a few Suits and single Rooms at moderate rat. e. ST. GERMAIN. FIFTH AVENUE. TWENTYME<OMD street and Broadway.?Elegant location; some Ito.ms unem-aged for winter. American plan; reduced to -1M per day; permanent parties leaa; elevator, lie , als ? splendid Snits and Rooms at proprietor s residence, 221 West Four teenth street. W M O. TO M P k IN S. COUNTRY HOARD. N'otice to sportsmen,?wild fowl shooting on the Gi est South Bay, where wild fowl abound in abundance ; the be.t facilitie. offered by Captain T. Terry,j.lr , #?r tlie fall of IS7f>; terms moderate Address Captain T. TEKRV, Jr., Amityvllle, I, I. A ~ WEST ELEVENTH STREET.?A GENTLEMAN T.'J and wile >r t?o single gentlemen may obtain superior Rooms and Board in a ??. uulry house witu.n an hour ol Wall street and three minutes from depot, n New Jersey; terms moderate. Call on or address REFINEMENT. WINTER ItESOKTS. ROYAL VICTORIA HOTEL, NASSAU, N P., HA bain as, will open November I -Steamer will leave New York Novomber 4 for Nassau diroct Steamers will leave Savannah, 0a., every ten days ami make tlie trip in less tlian two days. The temperature of Nassau last winter did not vary but 4 degs ff om 72 dees , making It the most delightful climate In the world. For particulars address JAMES LIDORRWOOD. 70s Broadway, New York. RENTA URANT0. T LABRtX, FRENCH RESTAURANT, NO 11 UNI ty . versity place, between Eighth and Ninth streets, New York oyster*. Breakfast from 7 to 10 o'clock. Dinner troia 5 to 0. Opsu until 1J at night. AMISKMKNTS. yyOOD'S MUSEUM. WOOD'S. EVENING AT A PRANK K It A YN B RIFLE TEA M in SI SLOCC.M. THIS AFTERXOON AT a, THE HIDDEN HAND. EXTRA NOTICE. MATINKK SATURDAY nl 2. BENEFIT OF 'YOUNO UKUABIJL" LITTLE FRANKIB. Ou ?slii'iltion. Till: HIPPOPOTAMUS. A." PAItlf THE ATRE. EIOI1TH WEEK. EVERY EVKNINO AND SATURDAY MATINKK. 'MIOHTY DOLLAR"?THE FLORENCES. NO KRBE LIST EXCEPT THE PRESS. FIFTY FOURTH PERFORMANCE TO-NIUUT. MATINEE SATURDAY. AT 2. >ARK THEATRE. JpRIDAY, OCTOUKR 29. ^^TII I'ERPORMANCK 0 F THE MIOHTY DOLLAR. M R. AND MRS. W. J. FLORENCE, rilllE AMERICAN COCPI-E. E RVERY EVENING AT A CJATLRDAY MATINEE AT 2. rilHBATRE COM I QUE. I COMIQCE. THEATRE 5 I MR. JOSH IIART PROPRIETOR. | THE REST ENTERTAINMENT IN NEW YORK. FRANK AND EUGENE. CKLIA BKLTKAM. WEDNESDAYS 1 KRWIN THOMAS. COOL HCItGKSS. ?nd <?> ?j> I Mr. WM. HARRY', RICKEY AND SATURDAYS, BARNEY, Mr JOHN WILD Mr. JOHN ALLEN, LARRY TOOLKY, SCANLON AND ORON'IN, NELLY ST. JOHN and WM. OAYLORD, IN A NEW OLIQ. 1 O'CI.OCIL fBURLESQUE OF LED ASTRAY'. Eagle theatre, BROADWAY AND THIRTY TITIRD STREET. Mr. JOSH HART i'ruurietor and Manager THE MOST BEAUTIFUL THEATRE IN AMERICA, T11E -r BEST COMPANY IN AMERICA. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. Mr. IIAUT takes great pleasure in announcing an engage ment veitli the QUEEN OK ENGLISH OPERA, MM* JULIA MATHEWS. Miss MATHEWS will appear on MONDAY, November 1, 1875. in the beautiful Mimical Karco, THE IRISH HEIRESS. Kate O'Brien, with songs Miss JULIA MATIIEWS Kirat nights of the new Comic Pantomimo entitled BIBO AND BARBETTE. Clown Mr. J. S. MAKKITT Pantaloon (first appearance)...Mr. W. H. BARTHOLOMEW RICKEY ANI) BARNEY. New York's favorite Irish Comedians, appear in their origi nal Sketch, AMBITION. Mr. JOHN WILD will commence a permanent engagement at this theatre. The AUSTRALIAN MUSICAL CABINET (nothing more beautiful in the mimical world haa ever been seen) on iho time evening. The above named artiste appear, in conjnnrtlon with the EAGLE'S unequalled Star Combination, on tho evening of MONDAY. NOVEMBER 1. Bo* office open daily, from 0 to 4, where aeata can bo ae curcd two weeks in advance. MATINKES WEDNKSDAY AND SATURDAY. "HTALLACK'S. TT Proprietor and Manager.. .Mr. LESTER WALLACE Doora open at 7 .1)0. Performance comuiencea at 8 P. M. Aa it is not possible to postpone the NOVELTIES - which have been accepted lor production In this theatre be yond next week, Mr. Wallack is compelled, in the very height oflts popularity mi>1 success, to announce THE LAST NINE NIGHTS anil TWO MATINEES of THE OVERLAND ROUTE. Positively final representations of the Comedy, SATURDAY, November fl. Doc notice will be gHeu of the ensuiug change of pro gramme. Carriages may bo ordered for 10:30. Tit iens in oratorio. stein way hall. Grand matinee performance of Handel's Oratorio, THE MESSIAH, Saturday afternoon, October 30. Doors open at 1 o'clock. To commence at 'J o'clock. THE CENTENNIAL CHORAL UNION, with combined chorus and orchestra of 4O0, and by tho co operation of Messrs. M. A M. STRAKOSC'll, the lollowlng brilliant array of talent will assist Mile. THERESA T1TIENS, Misa ANNA DKASDIL, Mr. ALFRED WILKIK, Mr. J. R. THOMAS Mr. O. W. MORGAN, Mr. CARYL FLOK10. Mr. Georgo F. Brlstow Musical Director Tickets, with reserved scat $3 Generni admission ? I Tickets for salo at Steiuway Hall, and 114 and 701 Broad way, and'33 Union square. fTTU AVEN UlfTilEATRE. t) Proprietor and Manager Mr, AUGUSTIN DALY F.EEE DDDD W W W II NN N E I) D W WW W II N N N . EEE D I) W W W W II N N N E D D WW WW it N N N EEEE DDDD W W II N NN BBBBB OOOO OOOO TTTTTTT II II B^HO OO O T It II B >i O O O O T II II BBBBB O O O o T HHIIIIII B BO 0 0 O T II I B BO O O O T II II .. BBBBB OQOO OOOO T II II ?? ITONIGUT. Oct. 2ft. II AM LET. EVERY NIGHT SATURDAY. Oct. APOSTATE I I MONDAY. Nor. 1, RICHELIEU. AT P. I TUESDAY. Nov.2. RICHELIEU. WEDNESDAY, Nov. 3, OTHELLO. Mr. BOOTH as I AGO. MATINEE TO-MORROW, OCT. 30, HAMLET. Box shoot open lor two weeks ahead. 4 ^ - <4 ? NONE SHOULD FAIL, THE GREAT ACT TOt I Of McKEE and ROGERS in the "Ashantee.^' '9 ^ ALL GO TO TONY PASTOR'S TO DAY AT 2 O'CLOCK. C10TT0N AND REED'S MINSTRELS, I Darling's Opera House. ETHIOPIAN SKETCHES, .>UN'GS AND DANCES, PLEASING MELODIES. FUNNY STORIES. Evening at 8. Saturday Matinee at 2. The only matinee itiiis Friday) given in New York to-day is at TONY PASTOR'S New Theatre, 585 ami 587 Broadway. _________________ t M Lit I CAN INSTITUTE FAIR Second and Third avenues, between Sixty-third and Sixty fourth streets. The lincst collection of WONDERFUL MACHINERY and ELEGANT PRODUCTS ever exhibited in this country. THE GRAND ORCHESTRA is now assisted by LEVY, the world renowned Comet player. Admission. 50 cents. Children, 25 cents. rpilK GREATEST STARS OK THE VARIETY PROKES A Sion are engaged with TONY PASTOR, and will nppttur at the Matinee to day. M AKART'S GREAT PAINTINGS. AUUNDANTIA KURTZ'S ART GALLERY, MADISON SQUARE. Admission, 25c. Thousands of delighted visitors nioiitly pronounce TONY PASTOR S entertainment "tho heat" ever given iu New York. TODAY'S MATINEE?A MAMMOTH BILL. C10L0NSL MONASTERY'S SPARRING, FENCING AND / Shooting Academy, tilt) Sixth atenne.?Boxing taught in 24 lessons Importer and dealer In superior Fencing Ap paratus and Boxing Gloves. Send for circular. RIDAT MATINEE AT TONY PASTOR S THE FASH ionublc resort of the respectable and refined, and the day in great favor with the lovers of amusements. Metropolitan museum or art. 128 Wort Fourteenth street, New York. Open daily (Snnduye excepted). ID A. M. to 3 P. M. Monday and 1 hursdsy free. 1HIE FRIDAY MATINEES GIVEN AT TONY PASTOR'S are a groat success, atlordliig ladies and children an op portunity of attending a first class entertainment without feeling the necessity of a male escort. A Li- THE LITTLE FOLKS CRY TO GO TO TONY PASTOR s Matinees, They will all he thero to day at 2 o'cloek. CLOTlllXU. A GREAT DEMAND FROM MY AGENTS FOB J.Y ladies' ami gentlemen* cast off Clothing, Carpets, Furniture, Diamonds, Laos, camels' hair Shawls, Jewolry. Ladies and gentlemen will be astonished-at the prices we pay in cash. Please try ami satisfy yourself. Call, or nota t > Mr. or Mrs. AN HALT. 178 Seventh area us. /1 LOT III NO.?II. IIBRZ, KM BROADWAY, NEAR IJ Thirteenth street, pays the highest prices for ladies' and gaiitlnmeii's Wearing Apparel. Not* by mail will be oromuilr attended to. ANl'SRMBNTH. Olympic theatre an hkoadway. TilK HK.vr COMPANY IN AMERICA. TilK WONDROUS CARLO FAMILY. John Halt Miss Sophie Worrell. Win. Courtright, Mini Irene Worrell. Fred. K. Lavantine. Mix Alice Umell Harper ami ritamdll. Mi.u Julie Coventry. Murphy and Morton. Miss Ma Greenfield. TUa tioiuau Brothers. Miss Julia Robinson. Hugh ray. Miss Kittle I'arker. W. H. Cahilt, Miaa Addle Farwoll. John Gilbert. E. I>. flooding. Wash. Mi rton. (1. W. llrllHn. John Queen. Jhn. Vincent Wm. Weal. G W. Read. J. I,. DAVIS AND SCHOOL OK EDUCATED DOGS. MATINKE8 ON WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AT 2. GRAND EXTRA MATINEE ON TUESDAY, NOVEM BER 2? ELECTION DAY?AT TWO O'CLOCK. MATINEE TO MORROW (SATURDAY). BOOTH'S THEATRE. MERIIY PANTOMIME. JARRKTr A PALMER Leaaeea Mid Managers Tha luluiilablo and ever iiopnlar American clown, Mr. O. L. KOX. in an antirely new grand llolidav Comic Trick Pautominia, called HCMPTY DUMPTY in EVERY CLIME, Tlte offering ig the moat magniflcont of tha kind ever witnessed on the stage, sur passing In attractive fea tures the great pantomimes that are Inevitable to the holiday season at tho COV ENT GARDEN and DRURY LANE THEATRES, London, having tho declsivo advan tage of a CLOWN who is without a peer either in Europe or America. IN ACT II. llumpty's Wooden lire introduced, in cluding LITTLE TODD In hie astonishing performances on tho column of gold; the ORRIN BROTHERS, ED WARD CHARLES DUN BAR, tho Milanese Minstrel, Ac., Ac. The Miniature Cen tennial Cefebratlod by 25 [ Juvenile artists is tho delight ot children. The whole concluding with a marvellous presentment entitled THE CENTEN NIAL. SCALE OK PRICKS; NIGHT PERFORMANCES ?Admission, $1. Reserved Orchestra, $1 .",0. Dress Circle, 50a Kuniily Circle. 30c. FOR THE MATINEES, at 1? o'clock. Admission, $1. CHILDREN, 60c. All Reserved Seats. $1. Dress Circle, 50c. CHILDREN, 25a Family Circle, 'dOc. A CADKMY OF MUSIC. WACIITEL. SECOND WEEK OF THE BRILLIANT SEASON. W.ACHTEL GRAND OPERA Director AI). N BURNDORFF FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 29, 1H75. SIXTH SUBSCRIPTION NIGHT, Hulevy's Grand Opera in live acts, THE JEWESS. WACIITEL (second time in America! ae'Bleasa. GRAND .M ATINEE SATURDAY, AT 2 (J CLOCK, MATINEE EVERY WEDNESDAY. hy general request, ILLON P08TILL0N DU LONJUMEAU. Monday, November 1 11. TROVATORE Wednesday, November 2 LA DAME BLANCHE Seats can now he secured for next week. PRICES OF ADMISSION.?Boxes, $20, #15 and $10. Geuoral admission, $1; reserved seats. $1 and ?2 extra. Family circle, 50 cents; reservod seats do., 50 cents. Box offlce for the sale of reserved scats open nt the Acad emy of Music, Brunswick Hotel and 114 Broadway, daily, from 0 till 4 o'clock. Nothing like <? The Big 4, I tliu Big 4. r.ester, Allen, Smith and Waldron & /"N LOBE THEATRE. It 72S and 730 BROADWAY. WILLIAM II. TALLMADGK A CO Proprietors It. W. BUTLER audC. W. SHAKE 11 Managers Tho Beet Adapted, the Cheapest, and Best, where everybody should go to see the hist performance In the cRy. SENATOR BOB HART, * SENATOR BOB HART, the People's Candidate, the greatest orator of tho day, will speak. THE ZANFKKTTA PANTOMIME TROUPE. THE RICHARD KHEINHAKD CO. Miss NULLY I'lKRIS, Miss LIZZIE KEI.SKY, M is KEMP. CHAR. BENEDICT, HOL.BKOOK and HUGHES, FRANK STEEL, SAM COLLY EH, BRYANT and WIL LIAMS, WM. II NORTON. Together with other popular artists. (See Kills.) Admission?Gallery, 15c.; Dress Circle, 2>c.; Parquet, 50c.; Reserved Seats, 75c.; Private Box'I. $5 MATINEE WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. Benjamin w. iutchcooks THIRD AVENUE THEATRE, between Thirtieth and Thirty-first streets, 8 o'clock during tUc week, and Saturday mntinee at 2 o'clock. Incretued attraction. The uptown family resort. Mr. HENRY H. PA(iK, the greatest Comet Soloist in the world. (Prom (invent Gordon Theatre, Loudon.} Mr. I'niia stand* second to none, being engaged for tho Centennial. Philadelphia, at the enonuou* salary of $li*> per nlKht. Mis* Polly Daly, Justly styled the queen of serio-comic vooalist*. Mil* Minnie Vurroll, late of thu principal inu te halls. London, her first appearance In America. Mis* Wenona Bridges, the pretty little song and dance artist, fielding and Stanford, the cele brated Ethiopian Comedians, In their original sketches. Mr. (1. A. Williams, Ethiopian Comedian and Song and Dance Artist. Mis* J Okie Mack, Seriocomic Vocalist. (From the Western theatres.) THE BEST MINSTREL TROUPE IN NEW YORK. The whole to conclude with the great Southern drama, by C. K. Seabert, entitled THE ODD CABIN HOME; Olt.v THE SOUTH BEFORE THE WAR. Engaged and will shortly appeal*?The Fielding*, John and Maggie ; Freeman Sisters, LDzle and Snsic; Dcvere Brothers, liilly and Tommy; Sherman and Jones, Burton and Kelly, MUt Mary Howe. J. II. Grahatn Turner and Kucha, Tom Granger, Mis* Ella Sheldon, 'ihe whole mammoth entertainment at a small ftrice of admission, tletieral admission, 23 cents; reserved oldlng orchestra chairs, SO cento. ? Bowery theatre, Friday, October -.wri. A grand farewell Benefit to Mrs. W. O. JONES, on which occasion she will appear in the great Drama* the WOMAN OF THE WORLD and DICK. THE NEWSBOY. MONDAY, November l-MIss ELLEN HOUGHTON. /?N (78 WILLIAMS' SCREAMING LKAUTONIC COMEDY VT of "Hiring a Cook" at TONY PASTOR'S Matinee (this Friday) at 2 o'clock. T EVY. LEVY. LEVY, 1J At American Institnto Fair. Wonderful success. rpiIE MOTHER IN-LAW AVENGED. X I left my house this morn at eight. To ileal in stocks and real estate. And quickly down the street I ran To get ahead of "Mother man." I reached my place?the first note I saw Was a niissi\e from my mother-in-law, With a request to semi her only a "five," Which, ii I fsiled, I'd ncre see licr alive. Alarmed,! hastened to her homo. But found Iter dwelling all alono. Strange fancies rushed into my head? A note explained?which only said, "Gone to TONY PASTOR'S/' VOUNO MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 1 LECTURE COURSE, ASSOCIATION HALL, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 2% the veteran Reader and Elocutionist, Prof. JAMES E. MURDOCH, READINGS?DRAMATIC^ PATHETIC, HUMOROUS. Tickets 50 cents. V9V SHOULD SEE Mi KEE AND ROGERS, YOU J should see Sanford and Wilson, you should see Blanche Selwyn, you should -co Jennie Sattern. you should see Mol iie W ilson, you shou'd sm ttie llenris and the groat Henzler, and of course everylodz will see Ous William*, at TONY PASTOR'S Matinee to day at 2 o'clock^ VISIT AMERICAN INSTITUTE FAIR tliia week. LEVY Nightly applauded. Caglioi ? ? eiicli; "Bride Belis," Published by DII'SON A CO.. 711 Broadwny, (JTRANGERS VISITING NEW YORK To DAY WITH 0 their families will find all of TO NT PASTOR'S Star Company and hi* New Theatre are enjoyable places to visit. The Matinee begins at 2 o'clock. CJOCIETY HOC! A RLE EVERY SATURDAY AFTER yj noon and evening at Fcrrero's Assembly Rooms Tam many Building, Fourteenth street; the fashionable resort; partner* provided for strangers; popular music. _____ _ CAIfflKit A CO., Manager* ADVERTISE FOR WHAT YOU WANt IN T1IK EVENING TELEGRAM. |F YOU WOI LD GIVE THE LITTLE FOLKS A 1 holiday, tak* them to TONY PASTOR'S Matinee. A T1ILKTICS. - PROFESSOR WILLIAM MILLER, Champion Greco Roman Wrestler and Athlete or America, l*lo teacher ol Boxing, Wrestling and Fencing to Olymnic Club, and proprietor orthe Y M. C. A. Gymnasium Kan 1 rancisco, OH., lias opened hi* Sparring, Wrestling and Fencing Academy at KU Broadwny, near Twenty first street. SiIONOR BERTOLOTTO'S EXHIBITION OF THE EDU ) cated flea* is now open at No. Bt* union ?quaro trom 10 A. M. to (I P. M Admission, 25 cent*. ITiWICE THE NUMBER OF PEOI LK ATTEND TONY J PASTOR'S MATINEE than any other puice of amuse ment in Now York. PARK THEATRE-SI FA RICERCA DI UN RAGAZZO o ragasz* ilal 12 si is aunl che possa esegnlr* una pantomime, per ana bolla parte pantoinimica In an nnova dramiua Dlrlgarsl al Slgnor W. STUART, Pork Theatre, atuculo di Broadway ? la xia strode. AMrsnnKW-r?. TilRRNOII PLAYS AT THE LYCEUM* THEATRE. I SPECIAL NOTICE.?In consequence of the accident to Mr. Venial on Wednesday evening there will be NO PERK>HMANCE TO-NIGHT. TO-MORROW (Saturday- EVENING. October 90, Second Subscription Night. First appearance ot Mile. JULIETTE CLARENCE. Mellbac aud Halevev'e comedy, iu lour acta, FKOU FKOU. Mile CI.ARKNCF. In her famous impersonation, Fnnlfivu. TUESDAY, November J. Third Subscription Night. 1IALILA. Corned/, in Tour aru, by Octave Feulllet. Special Notice.?Tbo free Hat i* entirely suspended. ITCEUM THEATRF?Til R WORLD'S NOVELTY. J MEXICAN JI'VKXlL* ..i?K|ia COMPANY. Monday evening....Nov. I (GRAND rAMILV M AT IX KB# Weilncsday evening.Nev. 3 Thursday afternooa, Nov 4, Friday evening Nov. ? | Saturday altnrnoou, Nov. Ut 'PHI. WORLD-RENOWNED MEXICAN JUVENILE Ol'KIIA COMPANY. CARMEN MORON (M ycin ?ld? l'riuin Donna GUADALUI'K MORON' (II yeara old) ... Prima Donna toirether with .40 Juvenile Artist* of extraordinary talent, will make their reappearance in OITuiibach's (> RAN HE DPCIIKSSK. GRANDE DITCH ESSE. CAKMO.V MORON as..Tho OHANDS DUCIIKSSK (il'.VDl'LUPE MORON . .aa WANDA The entire company in tlw cast. Full chorus aud Orchestra. Evening prices aa usual. Mutinous, admlaaiou IjOo. GRAND 18791 GRAND GRAND MONSTER CONCERT MOXSTEK CONCERT MONSTER CONCERT 1770. CENTRNNI V I, EX POSITION. CENTENNIAL EXPOSITION, CK N TE N NIA L E X l'OSITIONI SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 30. .SATURDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 30. SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 30, under tho miKplrca of tbo moat distinguished citiaena of Now York and adjacent citioa. CILMORB'S GARDEN. OIL.MOKli'S GARDEN. OILMOKE'S GARDEN. By geuorai request. the Committee of Arrangements bog to announce that Mr. 1* S GIL MORE u&s kindly couaentod to REPEAT THE PROGRAMME which created so much enthusiasm ?l tlm concert for his bonollt on Thursday even ing last, including ins FULL BIND OF lis) PIECES a CHORl'S OF 3D) selected Voices frout the liundel and Uayiln Society of Brooklyn, and tho ANVIL CHORUS, witll the addition of a large CHORUS FROM PHILADELPHIA., comprising tholr great celebrities, THE YOUNG MAN.YHIICHOR and PHILADELPHIA VOCAL UNION, who have kindly volunteered Co aid on this occasion. Pitt Hi RAM.MB. PART I. I. OVERTURE, "Robespierre"' LITOLFP ORCHESTRA AND MILITARY BAND'COMBINED. 3. AKIA FOR CORNET, "Si la savais" BALFB Mr. M. ARBUCKLE. 3. NATIONAL ANTHEM, "OUT Victorious Banner" SIR JULIUS BENEDICT CHORUS, ORCHESTRA AND MILITARY HAND Written for the Boston Jubilee. SECOND TIME IN AMERICA. 4. SOLO FOlt PIANO, '"ITimiiinuser Fnntasio". .8ATTER GUSTAV SA ITER. Ills second appearance in America in fifteen voars. 3. RIIAPSOUIE llONGKOISK. No. 2 LISZT Arranged by Mr. UEINIIAKI) SCI1MELZ. OILMOKE'S HAND OF ONE HUNDRED PERFORMERS. 0. ARIA AND VARIATIONS FOR VOICE l'ROCll MISS EMMA C. T1IURSBY. 7. GRAND OPERA SELECTION MEYERBEER Introduclnir gems from "l.o Prophets," "Les Huguonota," "Robert le Diablo," "LKtoile da Nord" and other operas. FULL BAND AXD CHORUS. An ADDRESS by JOHN WELSH, Esq., President Centennial Boaril of Finance, giving Important in formation on the subject of the Centennial. Cliolro selections will bo rendered by tho colcbrated Vocal Union of Philadelphia. Ti?ij,C?OUNO MANNERCHOR OF PHILADELPHIA' WILL SING. PART II. ? a ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTIETH PSALM. ALBERTO RANDEOGER. Soprano solo, Mme. SALVOTTI. FULL CilOKUS AND ORCHESTRA, Written fur the Boston Jubilee. SECOND TIME I.N AMERICA OF THIS SETTING Of THE I.Vfl'H l'SAL.M. 0. SOLO FOlt CORNET, "Fautasle on Russian Airs." LEVY. Mr. J. LEVY. 10. GRAND SACRED ARIA, "Death's at the Door." Words and music by Mr. P. 8. GILMORE. SUNG MY MR. A. 80IIST. 11. GRAND ORCHLSTRAL AND CHORAL FANTASIE. ' entitled "IRELAND'S GREETING TO AMERICA," by Sir ROBERT P. STEWART, of Dublin. An interesting Fautasle on Irish melodies, closing with a most Ingenious interweaving ot an Irish air, "Let Erin Re memher tho Days of Old," and an American air, "Yankee Doodle," moving together at the same tiino. While the Irish air Is being sung in full chorus the American air is played hy tho orchestra as an accompaniment, rilling tlit* part of a well conceived counterpoint tlgiire to the stately Choral. Written for the Boston Jubilee. SECOND TIME IN AMERICA. 12. QUARTET FOR CORNE TS?"Etho da Mont lllauc" O. P. SUC It Performed by Messrs. LEVY, ARBUCKLE, BENT and GILMORE. 13. 8CENA FROM "IL TKOVATORR" (Introducing the Anvil Chorus) VERDI Second itmo at Ullmoro'a Concert's sluce tho Boston Ju biloe. The Anvil Part played by the DRUM CORPS OF THE '22D KEUIM KNT. 14. MARCH?"Twenty-seeond Regiment" OILMOUK FULL BAND AND DRUM CORPS NATIONAL AIR?"THE STAR SPANGLED BAN NKR." Piano Accompanist, Mr. GEORGE W. COLBY. Organist. Mr. II. HIALLA. The Garden will be delightfully warm at a temperature ot seventy degrees. Special urrangctnculs have been made with the railroads for this evening, enabling persons from surrounding cities to enjoy this most MAGNIFICENT MAti.MKICK.NT MAGNIFICENT MUSICAL EXTE RTAINMKNT. MUSICAL ENTERTAIN M E N T. MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT. ADMISSION FIFTY CENTS. ADMISSION fifty cents. ADMISSION KIKTY CENT?. Tickets fur mIi at principal hotels anil railroad tlrkat offices In New York ami Brooklyn, railroad depots in aityacaut cities, and at Gilroore's Garden. Private lluxe*, sooting lour persons, $5. Concert will commence punctually at 7%. IVOU TlfiSATKK. EIGHTH STREET, """* between Second and Third avenues. Immenso success of great family resort. The Company in New Olios, New Sketches, New Ballet. Saturday, October 90, benefit of Eveline Coiwtantine. /NERMANIA THEATRE, FOURTEENTH STREET. VT Ad. NcueudorlT Director Kill DAY, Oct. 211, Kirst time in America of Dr. Paul Linden's new Comedy, in four acts, entitled XANTE THERKSE. Boa n(!lco open daily from I) till 4 o'clock. Grand opera house. Matinee this AFTERNOON nt 3, THE IKON MASK. Tbisesening, OLD GUARD, at 8. JOUltlSSH THE JUGGLER and OL'll NAN. Matinees every Tuesday and Friday. Crand Concert on Sunday Evening. Oct. 31. DuW.MNG'S NINTH REGIMENT BAND. Mr. J. LEVY, tho great caret soloist, and a powerful array ot vocal attractions. CM US WILLIAMS tn his latest ryincs, X ALFRED LISTON In the chimes, BLANCHE SKEWYN, whom all should see, McKKE and ROGERS as the Asbantec, JENNY MORGAN'S Songs so sweet. The pleasing HENRI'S nimble feet. The Songs or love that HENGLKR sings And MOLLIK WILSON'S "Aogol'i wingt." All weep and laugh as ne'er before At the Comic tiuurtot, "Tho Only Four," ? TO DAY AT TONY PASTOR'S. Theodore tiiomah' symphony concerts ant FULL PUBLIC REHEARSALS at STEIN WAY HALL. Kirst Concert Saturday, November 13, at 8. First public Rehearsal Thursday, November 11, at 3. Purchasers of subscription tickets desirous of having the same seats during the season can select lltcin on and after MONDAY, November 1, at 3 o'clock, ut tho box ollico of Steinwity Hall. Subscription tickets can now be had at all the principal music stores and piano warorooms and ut tho box office of Steinway Hall. Circulars, stating full particulars, can be obtaiueu at the above uamcd places. ?1 AN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS ! NEW OAS FRANCISCO MINsTRKLS' [ OPERA HOUSE, ?AN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS' 1 Broadway sml 31>th sk PATRONIZED BY TUB ELITE OF THE CITY. IMMENSE SUCCESS OF THE MESSENGERS in difficulty. MESSENGERS IN DIFFICULTY. THE OLD GUARD. THE AFRICAN DWARF RECEIVED WITH SCREAMS EVERY NIGHT. THIS JOLLIEST ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CITY. NEW SONGS, jokes, DANCES. AC. SEATS RECUSED SIX DAYS IN ADVANCE. FAMILY MATINEE SATURDAY AT 3. SATO810 SOCIETY OF NEW YORK.-TIIK SUB ncrihing member* are hereby notified that thi hoc office at Steinway Hall, lor eeleellng teat*, will be open on the 30th and 30th of October. Until October 30 ?eaeon ticket* may be eecured at Stoln way llall. _________ A. Tony l'atior Social Mitlnee, 585 and 587 Broad way, oppmlte Met ropolitan Hotel. TONY PASTOR'S GRAND MATINEE AT 3 TO DAY. TrGYLB rooms, SIXTH AVENUE AND THIRTIETH A STREET.-OPE.N EVERY NIGHT, COIMMKNOINil AT ? O'CLOCK. M AT 1N EE EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON, COMMENCING AT 3 O'CLOCK. EN TRANCE ON THIRTIETH STREET. 7lAKD.-PIANO. ORGAN, VIOLIN, GUITAR, SINGtXO. Flute, Harp, Harmony. Private lemon* only. Day ami evening 34 West and 33 Ka*t Fourteenth street. AddreM MATIIUSIIKK PIANO ROOMS SPENCER'S CENTRAL PARK GARDEN (LATE Thomas').?First Grand Matinee Ball of the Maenn OS Saturday evening, October:)!). Thi* Hall to be let for bulla, concert*, lectures, Ao. A. B. SPENCER, 313 Broadway. Tony pastors new theatre is dirf.ctly opposite the Metropolitan Hotel and between the St. Nichols* and Grand Contrat Hotel*. Convenient for guaata ef the above to visit the Matinee tbia day at 3 o'clock.