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?wn.nj-.w--~ C'fBtrali i DTEBTIrtB AT TOr ,|avK to SELL ivn vl I VKW YORK WILL fifcE IT AK IN THE EVEN IN- T E LEU R A M. 1-iiiR HALE.?ATTENTION IN INVITED TO THE F ??e? four Xvrr hJrfl ???"P br-wi. stone Howes ' K , tiisiv filth slreeti I Irene I'"uses ?re en g'J&agrsroTsiMMC ? ?WHK l-lhl-K' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT H T1IE S"?LLOWIN(J PLACER ARE THE ONLY ai'tiioriied "FKI. ES For the RE. eipt of ^ iVKHTISEMENTR AND SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR THE HFWYORK UKRALD: BROADWAY. roRNER ANN STREET. IM1 BROADWAY v?> SIXTH AVENUE. 114 SOUTH SIXTH i-TREKT. PHILADELPHIA. CORNER BOER I'M AND FULTON STREETS, 11RU0K L V N. I) - s MADISON AVENi E.-A VERY ELEGANT Z,ht House for sale, full sis# four story brown (tone, <iimuir room extension, every couvenienoe, cabinet finish, large mirrors, burglar alarm, Ac.; price very low. Cell froui D ??> A East Bide. A -RAPID TRANSIT -?,00n,<00 SUBSCRIBED YES . icnlay to Imllil Ihe roa.i Wo can offer great bargains In large or small Tracts, m the upper part of the city, to lliose soekiuy investment. Ft i H ER HRUTHBRR. No. 4 Wsrren street. If YOU WISH TO PURCHAHK 1 t)R 4 OF TUB 1 liost cabinet ftnislieii Houses in llarleni, examine "4 three story houses on Madiwin avenue. 1324 and I31hl streets , cheap for cask; will take pay in vacant Lots ready for im mediate improvement. S11AW, Grand Union Hotel. West Bide. A -30 WEST THIRTY-FIFTH STREET?FOR RALE .. Y . or to rent, with Cari>ets, Mirrors, <'ornices, Chunde ller?, handsomely 'roscoed; upeu 10 to 4; or Rl*LE A ESt'll BACll, 1.323 Hroadwrty. flOR SALE?A LARGE, MOST EXCELLENTLY BUILT ami roomy House, ou West Twenty-third street, at a very great sacrifice and on easy terms if wanted ; In tine eon ?litlou; Immediate possession. JAMES K. EDWARDS, No. J.? West Twenty-third street. <Htl l'ASH AND *3,500 ON MORTGAGE WILL tJJl.OYMJ buy #8,000 worth of Property, paring interim now ofSBOOOtfl Lots, 2 Houses, barn, Ac. Apply to J. it. VAN DERVOORT, 257 We?t Fortieth street. BROOKLYN PROPERTY FOR BALK AND TO LET. fro LET?NO. 215 CLAUEMON'T AVEM E. ltKOOK 1 lyn, three atory and Trench roof high stoop brawn atone House, with nil improvements; neighborhood first class; terms reasonable. Inquire oft HAULER R. GAGE, 40tt Broadway, Now York. <tsFiftft PER YEAR-A THREE STORY, HIGH fOUU stoop brick House, with all modern improve ments to let. Inquire on premises. 752 Willoughby ave nue, between Yates and Lew is avenues, Bro< kly u. WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR BALE AND TO RENT. fTARBYTOWN YOUNG LADIES INSTITUTE To LET? A Handsomely and newly furuished; oontains ov^t thirty rtMuns, with school room, desks, Ac., at very low rent; Imme diate possession. S. KM1IERSON, owtigir, 650 Sixth avenue. fro LET?AT TARKYTOW.V, WITH IMMEDIATE*POS 1 session, a hesutifully furnished House;all improvements; very low rent; nice grounds, stalde, Ac ; near depot. S. ELM BKRSON, <150 Sixth avenne. PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR BALE OH TO RENT. A GOOD HOUSE AND STABLE TO LET, UXFUR niahed. at Inwood on the Hudson; 12 city lots: rent, $.jO per month. II. R. DREW ,r t'o.. No. 3 West Twenty third street. TO RENT-VERY LOW, A COWAt'E, NEAR THE depot, at Roselle, N. J. Apply to I*. McDONALD A CO.# Hi and 83 Franklin street, New York. PJLIZABKTH, N. J?STORE AND DWELLING FOR J sale; lot 25x114; atreet paved. Hewer, water; a**ess ments all paid; good location for grocery and 3?at store; near depot: price only $2*,50U C. BENEDICT, from 2 to 3 1'. M., Ill Broadway, room 104,^. J10R SALE?A COt N?Y SEAT. OF 53 ACRES, IN the beautiful village of Geneva; situation excellent; pood building* and fine fruit. Apply to GEKK1T 11. SMITH, Geneva. N Y. TjlOB SALE ON EASY TERMS. r Two n w Houses on Fai rain nut avenue, near South Orange avenue; sixe of lot*, 25xlU) each; houses are three stories, with two story extension, and contain 11 rooms each, beside bathroom and laundry; they are complete with all improvements, having marble mantels, hot air, gas, sta tionary tubs, wsih howls, inside walnut blinds, Ac.; will be ready for occupation November 1 ; these houses are ftrst class throughout, and will be sold at prices to suit the tithes. Apply to M. K. SCHMIDT, hh Canal street, Newark, N. J. XfOR SALE OR TO LEASE?CLIFFSIDE, A COUNTRY 1? Seat, near Nyack, on? hour from New York; superbly beautiful in situation, commanding u r ver view many miles In extent, which can never he obstructed by other buildings; trom natural drainage is perfectly healthy and entirely tree from chills and fever; no nlace among the Berkshire Hills can surpass it in beauty and health; the at mston, containing 21 rooms. i? well built for a residence in eimmer and winter; an unfailing supply of pure water in the house; the lawn, garden and pleasure grounds arc equul to any on the Hud son , the place, lying in a valley sloping to the south. eon-% tains about twenty acre*, and is entirely protected from north wind* by a spur of the mountain belonging to the property, heavily wooded to the summit; fruits In great vari ety. in lull bearing', gardener's cottage; large barn and pool try house. Address box 21. Post office, #N"}ack. N. Y. / * EE A la & VURTFICE!?TWO BEAUTIFUL FARMS IN \T Bucks county, Pennsylvania.?No. 1 Splendid Farm, 40 acres, known a* Fairview. only fl\e minute*' wt'k from la/cre town and depot, one hour from Philadelphia and Cen tennial grounds; commanding and lovely situation; land rich and mthm t i as a garden; handsome brick mansion, hall and !<> rooms* elegantly furnished; riaxta; plenty shade; tenant bou*<, immense barn, carriage, wagon, hog and poultry houses; large orchard; choice fruit; delicious water; price only ifl2,(JOO; only 1^(100 cash; balance can remain years; carriages, horse*, cows, hogs, poultry, Ac., cheap. jhw 2. A choice Farm. 2* acre*. 2h mile* from same town, half a mile from village. Post office, churches, schools, *?or?'S, Ac ; naooth, rich land; large, substantial buildings, in f nc rder: plenty fruit: price, including all crops, horse and carriage, four cows, three pigs. 75 chickens, wagons, tools, Ac., only $4,800; only $l,Nfx) cash; balance in six year*. Great bargain*; ought to be soeit at once. Take 9 A M. train from fo?*t of Liberty street. New York, to Beth lehrm. Pa.; then take North Pennsylvania Railroad to Quakertown, Buck* county. Pa You arrive before 1 o'clock; can return at 5 P M. Inuuirr st Miller's Hotel, opp<ciite (^uakertown depot, for U. L. WALKER. Carriage waiting. Mi st be hold-a splendid park, 75 acres, uncommon good laud. very productive. near Stmudv part of Pennsylvania; large house, nine rooms ; large ham and out buildings; magnificent young bearing orchard . fruit oi all kind* ^ rich meadow : price, including all the crops, eight Horses. iix ('own, nine Hon, 75 Chickens, two two horae Wugun* and llurneaa, Mowing Marhifie. Threshing Machine, llay Rake, Panning Mill, new Carriage, Ploughs, Harrows, ever: thing belonging to rartning, draw Eime Kiln lyields tl.tai) yearljo, only A?..V*>; term*. R.HOOcaeh, t.alanre easy. Address WILSON PEIK.SON, East tstroudn burg. Pa. CTAMFORD DWELLINGS AND FARMS?OVER 100 i J Places lor title, also furuiahrd and unfurnished Houses to let , a-1 train*; ta\?s only 7 mills. II A. II IBB A KD, Seely's Klock, Stamford, Conn. CHORE PROMT RESIDENCE; MODERN COMVEN O icnces; 10 rooms; beautiful neighborhood: near depot; all trains; fltted for winter occupancy; immediate posses sion; absolutely healthy ; < no hour from city; FlJ.fVlO; descrip tive circular. Address J. W. ATWATKR, Riverside, i onu. rpo LET. -CLIFTON, STA TEN ISLAND?HO I'RE NEAR X horsi railroad, ten r runs, nelgblajrhood . rent <tiott; w ? ? ? "'o. R' "? I" i^, II Dt/I l|i*i 'U , I c M i fWA ? , from now until May, ff luO. Apply to L) T. CORNELL, Van derbilt I.sndlng. TO LEASE?FOR A TERM OP YEARS. THE BRI'EN House, at Perth Arnhoy: there are about 8TI rooms which ate being renovated : ten tiaius each way. Apply to A. M B., No. 215 Windsor Hotel. TTALl'AHI.E FACE BRICK ( LAY PROPERTY AND ? Brick Yard, near New York, for sale cheap. Address ADMINISTRATOR, bo* 2.H15 Post office, Philadelphia. REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE. AN OPPORTUNITY SELDOM OFFERED FOR A magnificent Country Seal at a sacrifice and pari ex. rtniage When aeen will he nppreciated. Particulars on addressing OWNER, box 13 Post office, New Hope, Bucks mnnty, Pa J NOR EXCHANGE?HOI nE AND LOT ON ELDERT street, uear Broadway. Brooklyn: has her- reining I r ?c<00 per annum ; mortgage KJAaJ; will exchange equity lor good stock of Merchandise suitable for country trade. Ad dress J. A. DRAKE. Xwristmn, N. J. rpOR BALE OR EXCHANGE?EOCITY OF ABOl'T Finn,***) in Properly In vicinity of Prospect Park Bn.nk lyn. for city or country Property In central New York or Railroad Securities. Apply to HOMER MORGAN, No. 2 Pine street. |AOK HALE OR TO EXCHANGE?FOR GOOD IM T proved Property in the city "I M. Louis. Mo., the Prop erty known as Noa. ISO and 187 South Filth avenue, about (2x7.5. For further particulars apply to HOMER MORGAN, No. 2 Pine street. F(OR HALE OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY PROPERTY? A line of Renewals in one of the best and oldest life in Mirance tompanies. with a good contract tor an entire Stale; nc ine W>.IAddress RENEWALS. Herald office. jjioR bale, rent ok exchange?a _ large _ brick PartorjD i entrallr located in Patsrson N.J. __ julre of owner, GEO. K. TERRELL, 120 Chambers street, New York rrOUPKS WANTfeD IN EXCHANGE F'Hf DRSfR.A |1 hie Lots in Brooklyn and other tine Property in Passaic My, V J. Call, before 10 A. M and alter A P M , at JOB West Thirtieth street. TJLOT OF EIGHT LOTH ADJOINING GRAND BOl'LE X > ard and fine Lot corner Madison avenue for sale or txchange JOHN KA V AN AG II, corner Forty-second street ?ud sixth avenue. r) EXCHANGE?FiHt A SMALL HOI HE ON THE west -Me three full Lots on Eleveuth avenue, near tUxty fifth street, fre? and elea' HOLMES BROTHKIM, 4rt East Twenty-third street. tO EXCHANGE?FOR A GOOD FREE AND ( LEAR Farm on Staten Island, or oppu-ite In Jersey, a desirable lortgage, ?ift.50D. tut own Property, vaiued at *>7,bii0, mortgage, *15,500. lloL.MLH BROTHERS, 4H East Twenty third street. UrANTED?A FURNITI HE AND CARPET STORE IN exchange for good 24 acre Farm fn New Jersey; no tiicnmhrauce. Address H- B , box Art! P?H office, Morris etn, N. J, ftfAL 1CHTAT1B WAXTED.( U ANTED TO EXCHANGE-fH.CW WORTH OF WINE and Brandy for Unproved Real Estate, unencumbered, Within .'Hi miles of New Yo-k. Address J. KNAPP, Croat River. Westchamt eonniy, N. Y. CLUTlilHU. T~ORKAr DEMAND ~FRUM T agEVTH Colt A ladies' and gentlemen's raat e- Clothing, Carpets, Furniture Diamonds. Lacea, camela' liair nhawls. Jewelry. Indies and gentlemen will be nweelshed at the prteea we Ear la < >eh Please try and satisfy yourself. Ca'.l, or UK Pifg. or Jllga. ANUALT. J 7* seventh aeauua. TO LEt FOR BtfifflRBS PIRPOBK8. A GOOD CHAMCB FOB A Bl'TCHER.?EVERY thing In g<H?l order l? cut Dork and beef; a good place to roll Muntri: low rout, luuulre it 47U Ninth tttnut. A STOKE BASEMENT TO LET?183 URKENWICU street. and Loft, with skylight; also a basement Store. f>17 Ninth arenue, near Thlrtyuiulh slreeL Apply at 98 Chambers street to owner, MEALY. t FIRST CLASS BARBER 8UOP TO LET-AT 103 ./V Worth street; will let chenD to the right tnett; will al most give it awity. OTtiKKS TO LET-BARCLAY STREET. NOB. ?5 AND O 99, excellent location for a large 07?tor liouae, restau rant or other buaineae; near the ferries and Washington Market. ^ Apply at 253 Oreenwich street. Tu5..J>LyL,IP^J1,RK hereby notified that A w?. o,.?HLL9.WIN,> PEACES are the only ar fiKKI0ES. FOR THE RECEIPT OF $oi?EH!^M ?NTS AND SURSCRIl'TIONS FOR T1IE NEW YORK HERALD? BROADWAY, CORNER ANN STREET. LIMB BROADWAY, aao sixth AVENUE, m m south sixth street. Philadelphia. j CORNER BoEKlM AND FULTON STREETS. BR00K TO LET WITH STEAM POWER?A* LARUE BUILD ing or any part, at McCLAYE A CO.'S, Twenty second street and Eleventh avenue. TO LET?SPLENDID STORE FOR DRUG BUSINESS; 110 rent for six months if tenant will elegantly lit up the etore. Apply to janilress in Grand Union Hall, corner Court and Harrlaon streets. Brooklyn. TWO STORKS Tt) I.ET?ONE A BAKERY, LOCATED on one of the best business Mocks on Third avenue ; hue opening for somebody. F Z1TTEL, 1,026 Third avenue. THE BEST STAND IN NEW YORK FOR ANY HU8I ness to lease, at reduced rent?Large double Store under Aator Place Hotel, opposite Cooper Institute; also Store, Corner of Broadway and Fifty-eighth street, only $3U a month. jfcPM ?NINE ROOMS; HOUSE 230 WOOSTER street, near Fourth street; also large double House Nos. 2 uud 4 Koslyn place, near West Third street; newly painted, frescoed. Ac.; has been a hotel. Apply 9 to It) mornings. DWEU1MU HOUSES TO LET. EurnitlitHl. t _JJO. H WEST THIRTY SEVENTH STREET ?AN JY. i--leganf full Mie four story none residence to lot, fur the winter or longer; exceedingly low: alio other*; per mits at >io. 11 Pine street aud 3.t East Seventeenth street. V. K. STEVENSON. Jr. 4 THREE STORY HIGH STOOP NICELY KI R. J\. nislied House to Vent, to n private family only; location li if. East Twenty-fourth htreet, near Fourth avenue. No agent*. 4 BEAUTIFUL S3 FOOT HOUSE ON THIRTY SIT .TV oud street, near Fifth avenue to rent, handsomely litr nished, for the winter or year. E II. LUDLOW A CO., No. 3 Pine htreet or 30 Ku-t Seventeenth street. VT A LOW RENT FOR THE WINTER OR VEAR?TO let, a tirst class tour story House, handsomely fur nished, on Forty-filth street, near Fifth avenue. 15. H. LUDLOW A CO., No. 3 Pine street or 30 East Seventeenth street. \ NICELY AND COMPLETELY FURNISHED _fv Bouse, $200per month: one on West Twentieth street, fl.vi; also Flats*and furnished Rooms. Apply to E. A. DAI LEY, OSS Sixth avenue. A DESIRABLE MEDIUM SIZE BRICK DWF.LLINtl, JY on Thirteenth street, partially furnished in perfect order, to rent low. Offices 11 Pine street and 88 East Seven teenth street. Y. K. STEVENSON. Jr. 4 SUPERBLY FURNISHED LARl.E HIGH STOOP j\. Residence, on I'uiversity (deee, to let venr low for the winter or longer. Offices, 11 Pine -Ireet and 33 Hart Seven teenth street. Y. K. STEVENSON. Jr. AT $175 PER MONTH UNTIL MAY?FOR HAND S' incly and fully furnished medium fnur story high stoop brown stone House, on Thirty fourth street. K II. HOOD ALE .v CO., No. 3 West Twcuty-third street (Fifth Avenue Hotel). 4 ?COMPLETELY FURNISHED BBOWN STONE 2"Y. House, Eleventh street, near Seventh avenue ; all the improvements; very reasonable to reHpoiihitde aud respecta ble family, owner and child will board if agreeable. J AMES CAGNEY, 15 AMStgdon square (Eighth avenue). i HANDSOMELY FURNISHED FOUR STORY HIGH JV stoop brown stone House, on Twenty seventh street: rent. $425, season or year. S, II. GOODALE A CO.. No. 5 Twenty-third street (Fifth Avenue Hotel). I MERCHANT REDUCED IN CIRCUMSTANCES _fY must rent his completely furnished Lexintrton avenue House from November to private family immediately; others at reduced rents. JOHN J. COADY, 120 Park avenue. A DVEKTISE YOUR BUSINESS IN THE EVENING TELEGRAM. 4 ?BURNISHED HOUSES TO RENT AT REDUCED JY. rates?Wist Eleventh street, desirable, $I>0 per month; East Thirty-third street. $125 per month; West Twelfth street. (890 per month; Wi st Twenty-fifth street, $133 per month ; We-t Forty first street, $175 per month, and others. JAMES R. EDWARDS, 1(JS West Twenty third street. I EXTREMELY ATTRACTIVE HOUSE TO LET?TWEN j tj-tifth street, near Fifth avenue; Furniture in exquis ite condition : see it. rent $3,000. others. HOLMES BROTHERS. 4? East Twenty-first street. rfO LBT FURMISHBD?AT A MODERATE KENtTa 1 three story bTown stone House iu West Eleventh street, in rood order , neighborhood excellent; owner would board with tenant if desirable seen from 10 A M. to 2 P.M. ! Inquire of S. F. JAYNK, 200 West Twenty third street. ! rro" RRMT-THI BLBUAKT 27.8 FKBT HOCBB M. X 520 Fifth avenue, finished iu tlie best manner, in hard ; woods, anil furniibed completely with handsome furniture; | large dining loom and butler's pantry: commodious lied 1 chambers and close* room; all modern improvements and convenience- the rent will lie made very low to a desirable tenant. E II LUDLOW A CO., No. 3 Pine street, and 35 East Seveut'?> nth street. iilfKFT FORTY FOURTH HTREET, NO. 241, NEAR Tr Broadway.?A very desirable first class House, thor oughly furnished, brown stone, high stoop, three stories. | 20x5Txli?i. complete ordsr, for one or two years. Apply on | the premises. $?-|1 C PER MONTH FOR A FOUR STORY ENGLISH qp I L? J basement Hnu?c, completely furnished; will !>e rented Iroiu November 1 to May 1. Call at 20tt West Fortieth street. I'nfuritlshnd. A NBWI-Y PAINTED THREE STORY AND BASE LY ment brick House; all improvements; 321 West I Twelfth street . Immediate possession. E L. & H T BURN 11AM. POP Hudson street. * SMALL COTTAGH HOUSE TO RENT?IB 25 FEET .aY front . contains nine rooms; near Eighth avenue en trance te Central Psrk; rent a month ; in good order. Apply ?t Hti7 Eighth avenue. JOHN BUANIGAN. * -.73 FIFTH AVENUE THE ELEGANT NEWLY i J I, renovated snil tre-coed lull sixofcur story high stoop t.rown Moue l)w> ling to .ease, very reasonably. Offices, 11 | Pine street aud 33 Ear l Seventeenth street V K 8TSVENSON, Jr. Fifth avenuk?to let ok lease, the large four stor.v brown stone front high stoop House No. 273 \ Fifth avenue to s good tenant will be rented low. Apply on the premises from 2 to 4 P M or to W.M A E. A. CKL1K \ SHANK, HN Broadway or 7H Chambers street T_0 LET?THOSE SIX THREE STORY HIGH STOOP brown -t me front Houses on Eighty seventh street, be tween avenues A and It; all improvements. Inquire of owner on premises or at lw.". East Sixty f-urth street. rpo LET-THREE STORY HIGH STOOP BRICK A House 221 East Fifty third street; good order: ah im provements, immediate possession; rent S1JAIU. Apply on premises. O LET -A VERY DESIRABLE THREE STORY BAY window House; II room*; 112 East Twenty-fourth ?t, near Fourth avenue; in perfect and complete order; nasesslun Monday; seA after lu. Apply at ofiice 133 Eaat T street, near Fourth avenue; in perfect and complete order; possession Monday; seen aftt Twelfth street I LET UNI ! KNISIIED-POSKLSSION AT O.WF _ the well I... eted lint three -!? ry high Sloop House, 53 seventh avenue, mar Kurtr-seoond stroet; all Improvi meuts; tl,2V( Apply to owner, 723 s.xih avenue, nca Forty lire! stre< t. T* rpo RUNT r 1 I.I. MAY, TO A CAREFUL PRIVATE 1 fair. 1 v. f 150 p r month, a handsome three story Hou-e. recently remodelled, dining extension, with carpets, mirrors end ga- 1 'lures c:h< ,ee neighborhoods Thirteenth street, between Sixth and Set entli avenues. F AC 8. BROWN, DO Broadway. Fin.MHHKD KOO.UN A VU APARTMENTS TO LET. $3 PER WEEK -A SPLENDID FURNISHED Ir, nt Ko mi u lei in private bouse. 224 West Thirty nth -treet. AT A PRIVATE FAMILY DKtilRKH TO EEaNT TWO 81'ITS ??f bath attached, aud bom uloeW furnished ud everything (irtt (ii^; beet reference# reur.fred. Apply t No RKnut Hixleentli street, one dour from Fifth avenue. 4 PRIVATE FAMILY WILL LET, FURNISHED. JTjl second story front Ro??ru, also hall Room, without hoard; every convenience; near several car lines, also Ele vated KttHway ; rent to suit the tiruea; fine blocR. 153 West Thirteenth between Sixth and .Seventh avenue*. * FEW PLEASANTLY SITUATED ROOMS, FUR J\ nislied. lor gentlemen, loosing on Union square, from $|H to foil per motttl ; also Rooms for housekvea. ux. 12 I nion square Fourth avenue hide. A PRIVATE FAMILY WILL LET A NEATLY FUB 2!Y nl-hert Sitting room and Bedroom srithnui Board; also two hall Bedrooms; Hie g?, and bath, refereuc.es ex changed. 80 University plnce, near Fourteenth -truai. V GENTLEMAN of culture can find a fully furnished double Room, with gas, open lite and real home cunt forts, with s small strictly private family ; house first class; thirty minutes front City Flail or Unioa square; references required. Address NEVA, Herald ofiice 4 LARGE, SUNNY PARLOR ok BEDKO'fM, fur 1Y nislied, on first floor, and smaller one on Iburth. to rei t to gent lulu en, wltliout board. 22 West Twenty seventh street, near Fifth avenue. V "private family WILL "iJtT fi hnishkd J\ Room <>n fir t fioor to one or two gentlemen or man and wife. Call at I'fH Warerley place. A PARLOR AND BEDROOM ON SECOND KI.OOR, front, will In rented furnished to a gentleman ami wife; privilege of light hous -keeping; terms moderate. 217 West Thirteenth street t N ELEGANTLY FURNISHED PARLOR FLOOR TO JV lei. also a single Room for a gentleman; home and neighborhood first clues, rnlerences; terms moderate, iby West Fuiteentb street. V LARGE. WELL FURNISHED FRONT ROOM TO l? t, if u rerv reasonable price, iu the private house 210 Eaat Tenth -treef, near Second avenue.* t PLEASANT, NEWLY FURNISHED PARLOR; JiX al second -tory front bell Bedroom to lot, at 347 No on the door) Fourth avenue . terms low ; references required. A -LARGE, WELL FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS ON j\, the lirst mid second Moors lor housekeeping; rent from m tofKper week; splendid 1 cation. I.21W Broadway, be tween Thirty filth and I hirty slxth rtreeta CtiioiuE Hall rooms, southern exposure, ' furnished wilb every luxury; location quiet, central and couvonieut to irsiaurniit. Just the thing lor baeliolor*. 211 )Sest 'thirty-eighth street, near Broadway. Desirable suits of furnished rooms to let - To gentlemen or gentleman and wife, without board, in first cla.-s house 31 Watt TlBMf Bfth street, near Mudiaon aonaro. Ft &NIHIIEO ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET. _ FURNISHED ROOMS-rr>R GENTLEMEN ONLY, with breakfast If desired. In the newly furnished and very desirable house No. lit) East Twenty fourth street, one block from Madison square. "LIURNISHED FOR HOUSEKEEPING-TWO ROOMS, r front; cloaet, all improvements; $5 50 per week, or BIO per month, for frentleman and wife. '-'OS West Twenty eighth street, between Seventh and Eighth avenues. "LUiOOR. SECOND, FOUR ROOMS, WITH AMPLE F closet room, stairs, furnished, hot and cold water, bath, gas, heated. Ac , in hl^h stiop private houae 210 East Sev enteenth afreet. No hill up. / ' UNTLEMKN DKSI It I Nil II (NDSoMIiLY KIKM-IIKI) \ r Rooiu, sunny side, on second floor, or cosey Rooms, on third floor, in strictly private family, can call at lilt) West Forty filth street; references exchanged. Handsomely furnished books fob gentle men. in a respectable neighborhood: all modern im provements : no charge for fuel and light. Apply to-day, Sunday ami Monday, at 13.1 Kast Forty-ninth street. Handsomely furnished rooms for gentle. men, in a respectable neighborhood; all modern tin I provenieutt; no charge for fiiel und light. Apply two days | at 135 East Forty-ninth street. j TTANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOM TO LET?WITH X L all modern conveniences, to one or two young gentle men ; rent moderate. Apply, for three days, at 2G3 Henry st, TO LET?FIRST FLOOR, FOUR NICE, CLEAN, cosey Rooms; all conveniences, $30; furnished, $40; also two desirable Rooms, furnished or unfurnished. Apply on the premises, 217 Weat Thirty-sixth street. rpo LET?A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED FLOOR. EN X suite or separately, to gentlemen or a family, for light housekeeping : gas, hot and cold water; also single Rooms, 2U West Fourth street, one block of lirnudway. TO LET-IN THE BACHELOR APARTMENT HOUSE, No. 83 East Seventeenth street. Union square, one large hack Room, on second floor, with hath and water closet; also two small Rooms, on fourth floor, front; furnished or unfur nished. TWO FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET?TO GENTLEMEN only; terms moderate. Apply at dental office I'll. DIEFFEXBACH-TBUCHSES8. 107 West Twenty third st. I ?AT 6D WEST THIRD STREET, NEAR FIFTH AVK X. nue? Elegantly furnished Parlors, with piano-, also smaller Rooms, suitable lor light housekeeping, from $2 up ward. Can call Sunday. 4Til STREET. 138 WEST.-TO LET, TO GENTLEMEN, without hoard, furnished, small Rooms, with Are, Ac., at moderate rent, iu private house between Mucdougul street anil Sixth avenue. 7 WEST FOURTEENTH STREET.?FURNISHED Apartments; nicely furnished and centrally located; back and front Parlors, also Bedrooms, at various prices. 8' WEST ELEVENTH STREET. THREE DOORS FROM St. Denis Hotel.?Handsomely furnished Rooms to rent | on second floor. 1 C BOND STREET.?FURNISHED ROOMS, BUITA X?) hie for gentleman and wife ; also small Rooms for gen tlemen : house changed hands last May ; has been thoroughly 1 overhauled and painted. 00 EAST TWENTY-FOURTH STREET, BETWEEN , ~ ) Fourth and Madison avenues.?To let, a large fur 1 nlslieil square Room, southern exposure; breakfast If re ! quired. AH WEST TWENTY NINTH STREET.?IN PRIVATE j TT I house, two front Rooms, with southern exposure and all modern improvements, completely furnished; house and appointments first class. 1 /V'} EAST TENTH STREET. NEAR THIRD AVE jLl/O nue.? To let, a large furnished front Room for one or two gentlemen at $20 per mouth; gas, fire, hath, Ac., in cluded. OH NINTH STREET. NEAR SECOND AVENUE.? u'l Nicely furnished Trout Rooms to gentlemen or re spectable married couples for light housekeeping; privute house. Good for a week. UX FURNISHED ROOMS AND APART MENTS TO LET. ? t ?FLOORS TO LET, IN 255 AND 2-50 HUDSON J\. street; work of cleaning done at expense of landlord; water, gas. water closets in each hall; splendid houses; first front, $13 511; top back, $1L Go and see. 4 -FLATS AT REDUCED RENTS (R AND 10 ROOMS j\., each), near the Park ; all improvements; hallB heated by steam. Apply at 1,037 Third avenue. l SECOND AND THIRD FLOOR TO LET-SEVEN j\ or eight rooms, together or separate, all improvements, in private brown stone house 334 East Thirtieth street; rent moderate. A N UNFURNISHED FRONT ROOM AND BEDROOM, J\. southern exposure, or Floor, In a private house, between Tw elfth and Twentieth streets. Fourth and Seventh avenues; state terms , reasonable, for a lulls. Address 8. C. 11., box lHtf Herald Uptown Branch office. A FLOOR IN A COTTAGE. HANDSOMELY PAINTED, with gas in each room: rent very low to a couple or stnnll fatnilr of adults. No. 3i>7 East Forty-seventh street. : ? A FIRST FLOOR?six GOOD ROOMS. 4I? SIXTH avenue, between Twenty filth and Twenty-sixth streets, rent $45. Apply to SAMUEL M1LLIKEN, Real Estate Agent, 456 Sixtli avenue. * SECOND FLOOR OF FOUR ROOMS. NEWLY PA A pored and painted, for $13, in the nice, quiet rear house 125 West Twenty-seventh street. A SECOND AND THIRD FLOOR TO LET?SF.PA rately. in br >wn stone house, 238 Enst Thirty fifth stre-t ; just painted and In thorough order; rent moderate AS ELEGANT FIRST FLOOR?300 WEST TWF.NTY ninth street, to let; modern improvements; containing 1 six light rooms; choice neighborhood; low rent. Inquire at I 328 Ninth avenue, tn store. A N ELEGANT PARLOR FLOOR. HAVING THREE ' 1\ largo mirrors, and basement floor; modern Improve j mrntv St Luke's place, worth $75, for $50; a Second Floor ! of private boose : a House, $700. JAMES UAGNKY. 1.1 Abingdon square. Eighth avenue. A ?TWO NEAT FLOORS, 130 EAST FIFTY-FIRST JV. street, near Lexington avenue; parlor, kitchen and three bedrooms: stationary tubs, bath,gas fixtures in each; $'tii to $35 per month. 13 LEG A NT. NEWLY PAINTED FLATS?ON LEX I Nil j ton avenue: six rooms: all improvements: naw Flats on Third avenue, near Sixty-first street, $45. $35, $30; three story Dwelling on Sixty-second street, built for two fam ilies ; Lower Part, $650. Others. F Z1TTF.L. 1.026 Third avenue. T.11RST FLOOR AND BASEMENT. IN PERFECT OR f der; modern improvements: $15 per month. 320 West Twelfth Street. Kovs at 617 Hudson street, around corner. GEO. W DA'CUMI A, 2o7 West Thirty-eighth street. T71RF.NCH FLATS TO LF.T-MODF.RN IMPROVE ?1 ments, painted walls, location first class; rent $24 to ; $35. Apply at No. 117 West Eleventh street. IIRENOII FLATS?VERY DESIRABLY LOCATED AND possessing every convenience. Apply at No. 74 West Fifty third street, to the Janitor or Janltress. TO LET-HANDSOME FRENCH FLATS; PARLOR, dining, three bedrooms, kltrhen and laundry: low rent, at $25 to $35 per month. Apply to Janitor, 433 w est Tblrty | fourth street TO LET?THIRD FLOOR, SIX ROOMS, WITH BATH, iu private liquse, 187 llelancey street; rent $23. TO LET?SEVERAL FIRST CLASS FLATS, HARD wood finish, on the corner of Broadway and Fifty-third j slreet. Inquire on the premises. TO LET?FIRST FLOOR, 220 KAST TWENTY SEV entli street; six room-, pantries, water. Ac.: In good order; immediate possession. Apply to WILLIAM TRU8 LOW, 1 Its Eaet Thirty sixth street. _____________ Til LET- A i'l/'i ill. IS A NEW PRIVATE BROWN stone house, consisting ot four rooms, with all modern TImprovements-, rent moderate; references given and re | quired. 221 Kast Sixty-second street. TO I.ET-SI PKRIOR FLATS, CORNER NINTH AVE nue and Nineteenth street Inquire of J?M. EDGAR. T~'o LET?IT PER PART OF PRIVATE HOUSE 319 East Korty-seeond street; all Improvements; rent $35; j possession Immediate. TO LET-FIRST FLOOR AND BASEMENT, WITH modem improvements, large parlors, seven rooms- rent I $50. Apply at 254 West Twenty second street, from 10 to 3 j o'clock. TO LET?A FIKST FLOOR, WITH GAS AND WATER: brown stone house; near Cooper lustitute; No. 11 I Seventh street. Inquire at No 13 Tiiird avenue. rpo LET-A VERY DESIRABLE FIRST FLOOR OF J six rooms and bathroom, with all conveniences, at 717 Seventh avenne, opposite Central Market. rpo LET?ONE FLOOR. 5 ROOMS. WITH ALL IM J provements. 235 Weat Thirty ninth street, between Seventh and Eighth avenues. Inquire of J. GRALY. TO RENT?UNFURNISHED SECOND FLOOR, HIX , rooms; first class neighborhood. Inquire at 326 West I Thirtieth street. T' O RENT CHEAP-FIRST FLAT OF 566 LEXINGTON avenue; all Improvements. Inquire of G. SI1IFF, 41 | Water street, or of parties on second floor. TWO OR THREE UNFURNISHED ROOMS, IN PRI vste house, 1)3 St. Mark's place (Eigbtli street); all | conveniences, 8 EAST 3D ST FIRST HOUSE FROM THE | Bowery.?Third Floor, to a small family. PER MONTH FOR SECOND FLOOR OF SIX V*A'/ Rooms, newly painted and papered ; ga- hath and 1 closet Southwest corner Lexington avenue and Thirty sec ond street. r|1 WEST FORTY SEVENTH STREET-FOUR NICE 1 ?)"T I light Room" $1.1; three Rooms, $13; two Rooms, $7 a month. Inquire In 543. l>\\< IYU M ADEMIBL a J. RAISES DANCING ACADKMIEN. ?<iLASSES J\? Masonic Hall, 114 Kast Thirteenth ; Hrevoort Hall, 154 Kast Fifty-fourth slreet. PRIVATE LESSONS any hour. | CIRCULARS private academy, 212 East Eleventh street. I Allen dodwortius dancing school, no. 212 Fifth avenue, corner of Twenty-sixth street, will cont I nience October 16: mornings or alternoons for ladies and children ; evenings for gentlemen. For particulars send for a eircular. Mr. Frank Dodwurth's classes, 1US Washington | (treat, Brooklyn. AT WILSON'S DANCING ACADEMY, 303 WEST Fourteenth street, near Eighth avenue, classes always M open for beginners; Tor terms, Ac., send for circular; soiree every Tnr?day snd Saturdsy evening. \?( ARTIER S DANCING ACADEMY PLIMPTON'S . Building Stuyvasant and Ninth street*; new classes now forming, private lessons In glide and assembly waltr.es a specialty ; reception every Monday and W ednesday oven ings; society sociables every Saturday ut Taiuuiany Build Ing. TkEGARMO'S DANCING CLASSES, J ) 55 West Thirty third street Mornings and afternoons for ladies and children. Monday aud Thursday evenings at 8 for gentlemen HLA8KO S CLASSES IN DANCING FOR LADIES, gentlemen and children oomiuem-e Saturday. October 3ii, at 1.464 Broadway. Circulars can be obtained tbere or at W. Pond's music store, Union square. MANUEL'S ACADEMIES FOB DANCING?NI-.W York, 543 Fifth avenue near Forty liftb street; Brook lyn. SKI .Clinton avenue < Ircuisrs may be obtained at Hopkins' music store, BUI Hiuadway, near talon\quare, Of as the academies. A mr lit R MR NTS. A r PARK THEATRE. BIOHTH WEEK. EVERY EVENING AND SATURDAY MATINEE. "MIGHTY Uill.l.AK"-THE FJ.t iRKNl'KH. NO FREE LIST EXCEPT THE PKK88. MTU TIME TO-DAY; 5HTU TO-MUHT. MATINEE TO-DAY. AT 2. >ARK TUEATRE, TO-DAY AT 2. F R1DAY, OCTOBER 29. TOJDAY AT 2. 55 CTH PERFORMANCE. TO DAY AT 2. 0 F THE MIGHTY DOLLAR.. TO-DAY AT 3. M R. AND MRS. W. J. FLORENCE, TO-DAY AT 2. HIE AMERICAN COUPLE. TODAY AT 2. ?VERY EVENING AT a EVE TO-DAY AT 3. Theatre comiqck. Mr. JOSH. HART Proprietor w w' I^nSSilS <3> TUIa DAV gSB-CtqPo se * I 2 O'CLOCK. (SW-O ? fc'.Wj BURLESQUE OF LED ASTRAY. Eagle theatre, matinee AGLE THEATRE, AT 2. BROADWAY AND TIIIRTY-TIIIRD STREETS. Mr. JOSH HART .Proprietor anil Manager MATINEE TO-DAY MATINEE TO-DAY AT 2 O'CLOCK. EVENING AT EIGHT O'CLOCK. LAST TWO PERFORMANCES ot the PRESENT BILL. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 1, ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME and first appearance of the Queen of English Opera, Miss JULIA MATHEWS. Miss JULIA MATHEWS. Miss MATHEWS appears as Kate O'Brian in tbo IRISH HEIRESS. IRISH HEIRESS. IKISU HEIRESS. Messrs. RICKY AND BARNEY in their amusing sketch, AMBITION. Mr. JOHN WILD in new Sketches. The AUSTRALIAN MUSICAL CABRUTTE. A NEW COMIC PANTOMIME, by MAFFITT AND BARTHOLOMEW, and the present STAR TROUPE en MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1. MONDAY, NOVEMBER I. TITALIACK'S. \\ Proprietor and Manager.. .Mr. LESTER WALLACE Doors open at 7:SKJ. Perturinauce commences at 8 P. M. As it is not possible to postpone the NOVELTIES which have been accepted for production in this theatre be yond next week. Mr. Wallack is compelled. In the very height oi its popularity and success, to announce THE LAST NINE NIGHTS and TWO MATINEES of THE OVERLAND ROUTE. Positively final representations of the Comedy, SATURDAY, November ?!. Dae notice will be given of the ensuing change of pro gramme. Carriages may be ordered for lt);80. r rn AVENUE THEATRE. J proprietor and Manager Mr. AUGU6TIN DALY EEEE DDDD W W W II NN N E D D W W W W 11 N N N EEE D D W W WW II N N N E 1) D WW WW II N N N EEKE DDDD W W 11 N NN BBBBB OOOO OOOO TTTTTTT II II B B 0 0 o c "4 11 11 it B O O O O T H H BBBBB O O O 0 T liiinuii H B o o O O T it II B B o o O O T ii II BBBBB OOOO OOOO T H 11 | TO-NIGHT. Oct. 30. APOSTATE. EVERY NIGHT MONDAY. Nov. I, RICHELIEU. 1 TUESDAY, Nov. 2, RICHELIEU. AT S. Mr. IIOOTH as IAtiO. I THURSDAY. .Nov. 4. OTHELLO. MATINEE TO-DAY, OCT. 80, HAM LET. Box sheet open for two weeks ahead. DVKKTISE l voi r wants IN THE KVENINO TELEGRAM. PIAYOFOKTEH, ORGANS, ?fcC. A -FOR KENT?UPRIGHT, SQUARE AND GRAND . Pianos of our own make; also fur snle and rent, a num ber of fine second hand Pianos, in perfect order. WILLIAM KNABE A CO., No. 112 Fifth avenue, above Sixteenth. AT HAINES BROS.' PIANOFORTE WARE ROOMS and manufactory, corner Twenty-flrat street and Second avenue, a fine assortment of Qrst class Pianofortes for snle on reasonable terms; a few Pianos bat littled used at great bar gains. A?A.?ALL PERSONS DESIROUS OK PURCHASING ? a genuine second hand Steinway A Sons Piano are invited to call at the warerooms ot Messrs. STEINWAY A HONS, where a fino assortment of Steinway Pianos, all in perfect condition and some of them nearly now, is constantly on hand ; also second hand Pianos of other makers. Attempts are constantly made in this city and elsewhere to sell inferior pianos with our name on, or a name spelled so similar that many people do not notice the difference and purchase the spurious and often totally worthless instrument for a genuine Steinway Piano. If persons, before purchas ing such instrument, will take the number of same and call on STEINWAY A SDN'S it can at once be ascertained whether the instrument is a genuine Steinway piano or STEINWAY A SONS. Steinway Hall, forgery. 107-111 East Fourteenth street, New York, A FINE ASSORTMENT OF SQUARE UPRIGHT AND Grand Arion Planus to rent to first class parlies at rea sonable rates; also a few second hand instruments, nearly new, at very low prices for cash or instalments. SIMPSON A CO., sole manufacturers of the Ariuu Piano, No. 5 East Fourteenth street, next to Deluonlco's. A PRIVATE FAMILY WILL SELL THEIR ELEGANT Decker A Bros. Pianoforte (et sacrifice!, a brilliant toned 71, octave, rlcltly carved, four round, rosewoood case, full agraffe. overstrung Piano, having alj Improvements; printed guarantee; bill of sale; cost $075 for $275; Stool. Cover; box for shipping; a 7 1 3 octave upright Piano, used but 4 months; is in perfect order; $250; also satin Parlor Suit, 14 pieces, cost $1,200, for $300; do., $175; rep Suits, $30: Chamber. Library and Dining Furniture at cost. Call to-day or Sunday five story brown stone residence No. 47 West 16th St., between 5th and 6th avenues. A GREAT SACRIFICE FOR CASH-WILL DISPOSE Of elegant Steinwav A Sons Grand Pianoforte, cost fl.tVO. for one-third; carved case and legs. 2S East 3d st., near Bowery. * SACRIFICE OK PIANOFORTES FOR CASH-EM, 2V $75 and $100; also, to regt and sold on Instalments, now Instruments, exceedingly low. GOLDSMITH'S, 20 Bleecker street, near Bowery. , A GREAT SACRIFICE-NEW UPRIGHT PIANO; halfnHee; seven octave square; $100. RAVEN A CO.. 110 West Fourteenth street. A PIANO, $100. PAYABLE $5 MONTHLY.?A STEIN way rosewood Pianoforte: every improvement; round corners, carved leg*: great sacrifice. J. BIDDLE. 13 W a verity piece, near Broadway. t ?PIANOFORTES TO RENT OK OUR OWN MANU A. J V . factors; also second hand Pianos in perfect order for saie st low prices by CHlCKERING A SONS, 11 East Four teenth street, between Broad* ay and Fifth avenue. 4 BEAUTIFUL CARVED ROSEWOOD 7 OCTAVE 2x. Pianoforte, celebrated maker, modern improvements, c<> t $45ii, for $100; Cover and Stool. Residence, 243 East 3(lib sire t, between 2d ami 3d avenues. 4 GENUINE STEINWAV A SONS ROSEWOOD 2\. Pianoforte for sale at a sacrifice: |an elegant lonr round curved legs ami case, with all modern improvements, name on plate, used by private family tl months; also an elegant Bradbury A Co., coat $I,2U0, fur$B75; also entire Household Furniture for one quarter cost. Call, to-day or Sunday, prl rate residenco 120 West 23d st., near Oth avenue. Mrs. E. GAY. / t RE AT BARGAINS IN NEW AND SECOND HAND It Pianos of the beet quality, yet low lor rash, FISCHER'S Manufactory and Warerooms, 421, 423, 425 427 West Twenty eighth street. <'|T SI.N'GS^" "IT IS NOT A PIANO;" "IT IS CHARM' lug."?-Remarks of a groat pianist while examining the tmnderfol "f* " East Fourteenth ptANOB?BBS Mumming Bird Pianos. Warerooms, 32 i street. a I MAKERS, LARUE L# TO BELL OR ? rent cheap. Tor cash or by easy payments, at MERIiKLL'S, No * Union squat -pOHKWOOD OVERSTRUNG 7 OCTAVE PIANO. $I5D; 1\ Htaiaway, Weber, Cblckerliig, square, upright Pianos; low rent; six .tup Prince Organ. $75; Music retailed GORDON A SON, 13 East Fourteenth street. qsBcond Hand pianos, nearly new, made by O J A u Fischer, having broken Iron plates; an nfTer ! wanted for them Call on or address BROKEN PLATE PIANOS, 103 Itleecker street. rri'RIoilT PIANOS.?A LARGE AND SUPERIOR AH- i sortfne it l.tr sale or rent at OUVKIKR A HONS' manu facturers, 27 Best Thirteenth street, between Fifth ami Sixtli awnties. MAHBLK MASTEI-fi. 4 1 GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. j\ An extensive stock of Slate ami Marble Mantels, Wash Trays and Stele Work of every description. PKNKHYN is LATE COMPANY, Union square, Fourtli avenue aad Seventeenth st.. N. V. 'Hill MARBLKMRD and MARBLE MANTELS, NEW ft' "Vr designs, from #12 upward, closing out at a great rn Auction Inr cash; Marble turning lor Hie trade. A. KLARKR, 134 East Eighteenth street, near Till i d avenue, ? York. 1776. AMtSEMENTS. (JRAND (I1C AND grand MONSTER CONCERT MdSsTKK CtJ.NCKKT MONSTER CONCERT CENTENNIAL EX POSITION, CI? NTENNIAI, EXPOSITION, CENTENNIAL EXPOSITION, ? SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 3D, SATURDAY KVENINO, OCTOBER 30. SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 30, tinder the auspices of tho moil distinguished cltlieus of New York and adjacent ctilea. GII.MORKS GARDEN. OILMORES UARDKN. OILMORE S UARDKN. By general request, the Commltteo of Arrangements beg to amioMtce that Mr. 1' 8. Gil,MORE Ii?b kindly contented to REPEAT THE PROGRAMME which created au much enthusiasm at the concert fur hli beuullt on Thursday even iug last, Including lua FULI, HAND OP 100 PIECES a CHORUS OS 300 .elected voices iYoni tlie Handel and Haydn Society of Brooklyn, and the ANVIE CHORUS with the addition of a large CHORUS FROM PHILADELPHIA, comprising their great celebrities. THE MANNERCUOB and PHILADELPHIA VOCAL UNION, who have kindly volunteered to aid uu tliia uccaalon. PROGRAMME. PART L 1. OVERTURE, "Robespierre" LITOLFF ORCHESTRA AND MILITARY BAND COMBINED 2. ARIA FOR CORNET, "Si tu savais" RALFE Mr. M AK11UCKLK. a NATIONAL ANTHEM, "(>ur Victorious Banner" SIR JIJEIUS BENEDICT CHORUS, ORCHESTRA AND MILITARY BAND Written for the Boston Jubilee. SECOND TIME IN AMERICA. 4. SOLO FOR PIANO '"Tannhauaer Fantasia"..BATTER GUSTAV BATTER. His second appearance in America in fifteen years. 5. K1IAPSODIE HONGKOISK, No. 2 LISZT Arranged by Mr. RKINIIAKD SCHMELZ. OILMORE S BAND OF ONE HUNDRED PERFORMERS. U. ARIA AND VARIATIONS FOR VOICE PKOC'U MISS EMMA C. THURBBY. 7 GRAND OPERA SELECTION MEYERBEER Introducing gems from "Le Prouhete," "Lee Huguenots," "Robert le Diablc," "L Etoile du Nord" and other operas. FULL BAND AND CHORUS. An ADDRESS by JOHN WELSH, Esq., President Centennial Hoard of Finance, giving important in formation on the subject of the Centennial. CHOICE SELECTIONS MILL HE RENDERED BY THE CELEBRATED VOCAL UNION OF PHILA DELPHIA. By request. THE MANNERCHOR OK PHILADELPHIA WILL SING. PART II R ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTIETH PSALM. ALBERTO RANDEOGER. Soprano solo, Mmc. SALVOTTi. FULL CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA. Writtun for the Huston Jubilee. SECOND TIME IN AMERICA OF TIII8 SETTING OF THE 150TH PSALM. 0. SOLO FOR CORNET, "Fautasie on Russian Airs." LEVY. Mr. J. LEVY. 10. GRAND SACRED ARIA, "Death's at the Door." Words and music by Mr. P. S. UILMORE. RUNG BY MR. A. BOHST. 11. ORAND OKOHLSTRAL AND CHORAL FANTASIE, entitled " "IRELAND'S GREETING TO AMERICA," by Sir ROBERT P. STEWART, of Dublin. An interesting Fantasic on Irish ruelodigs, clotiug with a most ingenious interweaving ot an Irish air, "Let Erin Re Mombertho Days of Old," and an American air, "Yankee Doodle." moving together at thq same time. Wtsde the Irish air is being sung in full cburua the American air is played by the orchestra aa an accompaniment, rilling the part of at well-conceived counterpoint figure to the stately Choral. Written for the Boston Jubilee. SECOND TIME IN AMERICA. 12. QUARTET FOR CORNETS?"Echo du Mont Blanc" G. F. SUCK Performed by Messrs. LEVY, AKHUCKLE, BENT and Gil.MORE. 13. SCENA FROM "IL TROVATORE" (Introducing the Anvil Choral) VKRDI Second time at Gilmore's Concert's since the Boston Ju bilee. . The Anvil Part played by tho DRUM CORPS OF THE 22D REGIMENT. 14. MARCH?"Twenty-second Regiment" OILMORE FULL HAND AND DRUM COUPS NATIONAL AIR?"THE STAR SPANGLED BAN NER." Piano Accompanist, Mr. GEORGE W. COLBY. Organist, Mr. II. H1ALLA. The Garden will be delightfully warm nt a temperature of seventy degrees. Special arrangements have been mode with the railroads for this evening, enabling persona from surrounding cities tu enjoy this most MAGNIFICENT MAGNIFICENT MAGNIFICENT MUSICAL ENTK RTAIN M E NT. musical entertainment. MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT. ADMI88I0N FIFTY CENTS. ADMISSION FIFTY" CENTS. ADMISSION FIFTH- CENTS. Ticket* for sale ut principal hotel* and railroad ticket offices lu New York and Brooklyn, railroad depots in adjacent cities, and at Giimore's Garden. I'rivate Boxes, seating four persons, $T>. Concert will commence punctually at 7%. Grand ofera house. This evening, OLD GUARD, at 8. JOCKISSE THE JUGGLER and OUR NAN. Matinees every Tuesday and Friday. Crnnd Concert on Sunday Evening, Oct. 31. DOWNINO'S NINTH REGIMENT BAND, Mr. J. LEVY, the groat cornet soloist, and a powerful array ol vocal attractions. The great Revival Hymns of Messrs. Moody and Sankey, POPULAR prices. TNRENCU FLAYS AT THE LYCEUM THEATRE, r This (Saturday) evening, Oct. 3'I, Second Subscription Night. First appearance ot Mllo. JULIETTE CLARENCE. Mellhac and Malcvey's comedy, in four acts. PROU FROU. Mile CLARENCE In her famous impersonation, Fron Fron. TUESDAY, November 2, Third Subscription Night. DALIEA. Comedy, in four acts, by Octave Fculllet. Lyceum tiieatrb?the world's novelty. MEXICAN JUVENILE OPERA COMPANY. Monday evening....Nov. 1 I GRAND FAMILY MATINEES Wednesday evening.Nov. 8 Thursday afternoon, Nov. 4, Friday evening Nov. 5 Saturday afternoon, Nov. tt. Til I. WORLD-RENOWNED MEXICAN JUVENILE OPERA COMPANY. CARMEN MORON (8 years old)..: Prima Donna GUADALUPE MORON (d years oldi Prima Donna together with 30 Juvenile Artists of extraordinary talent, will make their reappearance in Offenbach's GRANDE DUCllKSSE. GRANDE DUCHE8SE. CAKMON MORON as..The GRANDE DUCHKHSB OUADULUPE MORON ...ae WANDA The entire company in the cast. Full chorus and Orchestra. Evening prices as usual. Matinees, admission 50c. Bowery theatre. Saturday, October sa Last night of the popular favorite. Mrs. W. G. JONES, in the WOMAN OF THE WORLD and DICK, THE NEWSBOY. MONDAY, November I?Engagement of Miss HELEN HOUGHTON, the henntlfui and talented artiste. "IArOOD? MUSEUM. WOOD'S. >> THIS AFTERNOON, AT 2, BENEFIT OF LITTLE PRANK IE. LAST MATINEE of SI SLOCl'M EVENING. AT 8 LAST TIME OF FRANK FRAYNB. RIFLE TEAM and SI K LOCUM. MUSEUM DEPARTMENT. P. T IIARNUM S HIPPOPOTAMUS. GERRXANTA theatre, FOURTEENTH STREET. AD. NEUENDORFF - ..Director SATURDAY, October 30, TANTE TUERESE, Comedy, |iu four acts, by Dr. l'aui Lindau. Box offieu opel front 9 till 4 o'clock. THEODORE THOMAS' SYMPHONY CONCERTS AND 1 FULL PUBLIC REHEARSALS at 8TKINVYAY IIALL. First Concert Saturday, Navetnlier 13, at 8. First public Rehearsal Thursday, November 11. at 2. Purchasers of subscription tickets desirous of having the same seats during the season can s 'iect them on and after MONDAY' November 1, ut U o'clock, at the box ollku of ?teintray Hall. Siihserlption tickets can now be had at ail the principal music stores and piano wareroome and at the box office of Steinway Ilitll. Circulars, stating full particulars, can be obtained at tiie above named places. (AOTTON AND REED'S MINSTRELS, J Darling's Opera House. ETHIOPIAN SKETCHES, BONGS AND DANCES, PLEASING MELODIES, FI NNY STORIES. Evening at rt. Saturday Matinee at 2. A MKRICAN INSTITUTE FAIR Second and Third avenues, between Sixty-third and Sixty fourtll streets. The tlnc-t collection of WONDERFUL MACHINERY and ELEGANT PRODUCTS ever exhibited in this country. THE GRAND ORCHESTRA is now assisted by LEVY. the world renowned Cornet player. Admission. 50 cents. Children, 25 cents. IRVING HALL. SA USE'S SOIREE. KVMKY SATURDAY FROM H TO 12 The only FIRST CLASS Saturday SOCIABLE in the city. MI SIC and HALL UNRIVALLED. TICKETS at Mr Sause's private Academy, 212 East Eleventh street, and Irving Hall box office. M AKAItT'S GREAT PAINTINGS, ABUNDA.STIA at KURTZ'S ART GALLERY, MADISON SQUARE. Admission, 25c. Metropolitan museum of art, 12S West Fourteenth street, New York. Open daily (Sundays excepted i Hi A. M. tool'. M. Monday and lliursdag free. /1ARD.-PIANO ORGAN, VIOLIN, GUITAR, 8INOIN0. \J Mute, ilarp, Harmony. Private lessons only. Day sua evening 24 West and 32 East Fourteenth street. Address mathusiikk PI AND ROOMS. T EVY LEVY LEVY 1J AT AMERICAN INSTITUTE FAIR _ _ IMMENSE SUCCESS. ARGYLL ROOMS, SIXTH AVENUE AND THIRTIETH STREET?oPEN EVERY MIGHT, COMMENCING AI 9 O'CLOCK. MATlMiK EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON, COMMENCING AT 3 O'CLOCK, EN TRANCE ON THIRTIETH STREET. A GREAT SUCCESS I LEVY, THE KKNnWNED CORNET PLAYER, At AMERICAN INSTirCTK FAIR AHfUSEWEfrs. BOOTH H TTIEATHB. MERRY FANTOMIM&. JAR RETT 4% FALMKR L??*erR nud Munftgerf Tho inimitable and ever popular American clown, Mr* ' . (I L. POX, in an entirely new grand Holiday Comic Trick Pantomime, called iiumfty dumpty in EVEBY CLIME. Tli* offering In the most magnificent of the kind ever witnessed on the stage, sur passing In attractive fea t ir.-- the great pantomimes thut are Inovlt;?t>l?> tu the holiday season at the COV ?NTGARDEN and DKl'KY LANK THKATUE8, London, having the decisive adran taire of a CLOWN who la without a peer either in Europe or America. MATINEE EVERY WEDNESDAY. SATURDAY. IN ACT II. nntnDty'a Wonder* are introduced, in cluding LITTLE TODD In hla astonishing performances on the column of gold; tho OKKIN BROTHERS, ED WARD CHARLES DUN BAR, the Milanese Minstrel, Ac., Ac. The Miniature Cen tennial Celebration by 25 Juvenile artists is the delight, oi children. The whole concluding with a marvellous presentment! entitled THE CENTKN-t NIAL. SCALE OK PRICES NTOHT PERFORMANCES ?Admission, fl. Reserved Orchestra, $1 50. Dress Circle, oOc. Pamily Circle. 30c. FOR THE MATINEES, at tyd o'clock. Admlssion.fi. CHILDREN, 50c. All Reserved Heats, CI. Dress Circle. 50c. CHILDREN. 25c. Family Circle, 3t>c. ^CADEMY OF MU8I0. WACIJTEL. WACHTEL (JRAND OPERA. Director AD. NEUENDORFF THIS (SATURDAY) AFTERNOON, AT 2 O'CLOCK, GRAND MATINEE. GRAND MATINEE. POSTILLON OF LONJUMKAU. PtlSTlLLON OF LONJUMEAU. WACHTEL in his grand role of CH AI'ELON. Monday, November 1 IL TBOVATORR Wednesday, November 3 LA DAME BLANCHE PRICES OF ADMISSION. Boxes, $20, (1? and $10. General admission, fl. Re served scats, fl or$1 extra. Family circle, 50 cents. Re-1 served seats, do., 50 cents. Hox office for the sale of reserved seats open at the Arademy of Music, Brunswick Hotel aud 114 Broadway dally Iroin 0 till 4 o'clock. /~t LOBE TII EAT RE, 0 Ttn rroADWAY. pfoprletorn ta? srtnsoo.. a Large bill oKand evening. GLOME GLOBE GLOBE GLOBE GLOBE GLOBE GLOBE GLOBE GLOBE GLOBE Matinee at 2 uYhu k SENATOR, BOB HART. Tho People's Candidate The greatest orator of the day The /.autritta Pantomime Troupe will appegr at the Matinee, this afternoon at 2 o'clock. MATINEE. | MATINEE. | MATINEE. MATINEE. MATINEE. MATINEE. MATINEE. MATINEE. MATINEE. Miss Lixide Kelsey, Miss Nully I'ierls. Mfcs Kemp, THE RICHARD RUEMHART CO. ITolhrook and 11 uphfs Bryant and Williams, Chas. Bene tOollyer, Win. II. Norton. diet. Sam < , Afternoon?Doors open at one. Evening?Seven. Admission?Gallery, 15e.; Dress Circle, 25c.; Parquet, 50c.; Reserved Seats, 75c.: Private Boxes. $3. Doors ope TI Titikns in oratorio. stkinway hall. Grand matinee performance of Handel's Oratorio, THE MESSIAH. This (Saturday) afternoon, October 30. >en at 1 o'clock. To commence at 2 o'clock. THE CENTENNIAL CHORAL UNION, with combined chorus and orchestra of 400, and by tho co operation of Messrs. M. <t M. STKAKOSCil, tho fallowing brilliant array of talent will assist : ? Mile. THERESA T1TIENS, MiSs ANNA DKASDIL, Mr. ALFRED WILKIE, Mr. F. RKMMERT7., Mr. G. W. MORGAN, Mr. CARYL FLORIO. Mr George F. Brlstow Musical Director Tickets, with reserved seat $2 General admission I Tickets for sale at Steiuwuy Hall, and 114 and 701 Broad way, and 33 Union square. O FECIAL NOTICE.?MATINEE OK 'THE MESSIAH" O This Saturday afternoon, October 30, at Stoinway Hall. In consequence of the illness of Mr. J. R. Thomas no . ??? iii'iiunim Mr. FRAN/, RK.MMEKTZ has kindly consented to take his place in the performance. 1 AN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS' I NEW )AN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS' | OPERA HOUSE, Broadway, comer Twenty-ninth street. MATINEE TODAY AT 2 BRING THE LITTLE FOLKS. LET THEM LAUGH AT MESSENGERS IN DIFFICULTY. THE OLD GUARD?THE AFRICAN DWARF. MATINEE MATINEE MATINEE MATINEE MATINEE TO NIG Real fun. glorious singing. I TO-DAY AT 2. The children's day. They j TO-DAY AT 2. will he supplied with Sister | TO-DAY AT 2. Winslow's soothing syrup by TO DAY AT A the doorkeeper. I To-DAY AT 2. HT AT H. BEATS SECURED. TIVOLI THEATRE. EIGHTH STREET, between Second and Third avenues. Grand complimentary benefit this afternoon, tendered tf Mile. EVELINE CONSTANTIME, on which occasion a boat of volunteers will appear. rpONY PASTOR S NEW THEATRE. Nos. 583 and 387 Broadway, opposite Metropolitan Hotel. The recognised and popular Family Theatre of New York, established on a legitimate and firm basis, presenting more Star Artists than any other theatre is tho world. 21 NEW STARS THIS WEEK, 21 in connection with TONY PASTORS MAMMOTH STAR COMPANY, which in the aggregate numbers 100 celebrated arttats. EVERY EVENING and TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MATINEES. sLYMPIC THEATRE, 024 BKOADwXp^ 0 JOHN K POOLE .' M-uagof GRAND MATINEE TO-DAY. GRAND MATINEE TO-DAY. URAND MATINEE TODAY'. MATINEE at TWO O'CLOCK. TUE BEST COMPANY IN AMERICA. EXTRA UPON MONDAY NEXT?Reappearance of Mr PAT ROOHBY. the best Irish Comedian, Vocalist and JJancer In existence. REAPPEARANCE of the inimitable Dutch Comedian, GEORGE U. KNIGHT, the only arfM In America who has no rival in his peculiar lin- of business. He ispeerlcss and alone. ~E or tin REAPPEARANCE of tlie Empress of Serin Comic Vocal ists, acknowledged the "Best in tho Profession,'' MISS ADAH RICHMOND. RKAITEARANCE of the greatest living Monkey In? person ator, MASTER MARTIN. I'AT ROONEV'S new song, ? "I'M TOULD YOU CARRY A POP.' snd nine other Novelties on MONDAY NEXT. T>ARISIAN VARIETIES, Sixteenth stri ct mid Broadway, TEMPLE OP SENSATIONAL ART. MELANGE 0?' BEAU V. OLIO OP WOND lilts. Evening*. 8 o'clock; Tuetday, Thursday and Saturday Mat I ami, 2 "'clock. MATINEE MATINEE MATINEE M ATI N E K MATINEE MATINEE MATINEE MATINEE MATINEE MATINEE MATINEE MATINEE MATINEE GRAND COMBINATION Of 40 STARS, the (Incut ever seen in New Ynrk. Elegant Medley of Bong, Dance. Musical, lira malic, Acrobatic,Uyntnaitlu ami rtrpsichoreau. Vuriet.es | Novelties I and Specialties. M. BLANDOWHKUS rcuowned troupe of lovely Coryphee*, Id Bul lets. trench Quadrille*, and 20 MOST BEAUTIFUL WOMEN IX AMERICA IN LIVING TABLEAUX. Last .Matinee of Guilt Edge Pleasures. MONDAY? New Sensational Sketch, THE ONEIDA COMMUNITY, Benjamin w. hitciicock'b THIRD AVENUE THEATRE, between Thirtieth and Thirty lirst street*, 8 o'clock dm nig the week, and Saturday matinee ?t 2 o'clock* Increased attraction. The uptown family retort. Mr. HENItV S. PAGE, the arealest Cornel Soloist in the world. (Prom. Covent tlardeu Theatre, London.I Mr. Page -tande second to none, being engaged for the Ceiitenniai. Philadelphia, at the enormous salary of 1100 per night. Mis* Polly Daly, Justly styled the .|u'ecn of serin comic vocalists. Miss Minnie rarrell, late of the principal music hall*. London, her Ihst appearance In America. Mins Wetiona Bridge*, the pretty little King and dance artiit. Fielding and Sanfbrd, the cele brated Ethiopian Comedians, in their original sketches. Mr, G. A. Williams, Ethiopian Coinodian and Bong and Dance Artist Miss.losle Mack, Seriocomic VucalDt. (From the WTii'i,r 'bi'st^minhtrel TROUPE IN NEW TORK. Tim win lo to conclude with the great Sunt hern drama, by C. F. Seaheit entitled IIIK OLD CABIN HOME; (Ik THE SOUTH BEFORE THE WAR. Engaged and will shortly appear?The Fielding*, John and Maggie; Freeman Sister*, Llzr.le and Susie; Devero Brothers. Billy and Tommy; Sherman and Jones, Burton and Kelly, Mis* Mary How*, J. II. Graham, Turner and Roche. Tom Granger, .Mis* Ella Sheldon The whole mammoth entertainment at a small price of admlMion. General admission, %? cent*; reserved folding orchestra chair*. SO cents. NHOICB NSW MinR0.-"MU8T WK THEN MEET AH J Strangers ?" J. R- Thotun*. 40c.; ''Let Me Dream wain ? Sullivan. 4t?c.: "Brown Eyes Has that l.ittla Jaglioetro" . . each; "BrWiBdfc'Jffc ? . Published by DITBON A CO., 711 Broadway. (JIGNOR BKRTOLOTTO'H EXHIBITION OF THE EDU lO cated lleas I* now open at No. SB Union square from 10 A. M. to 0 P. M. Admission, 25 cents. CJOCIKTY SOCIABLES EVENT SATURDAY AITKR O NOON AND EVENING, AT FEKHKRij S ASSEMBLY ROOMS. TAMMANY BUILDING. FOURTEENTH STREET; TIIF FASHIONABLE RESORT, ENJOYMENT A QEHTAlNTYt PARTNER? PROVIDED FUR STRANGERS. C ARTIE It A CO.. MANAGERS. N'" EWKST AND BEST MUSIO. "White Rose,'' waits, Bernstein, 7(>e.; "flngllostio Walt*," Strauss, 7ftc.; "Passing Bell," long, Tours, 40c.; "Tarantello." op. I IS, Lcybeeli, 75e.; "Eagle," Centennial song, and "Gliding Down the Stream," B>oh*m, IIOc. #*ch; "Foiiell* Walt*," Matter, 76c.; "Little Darling Do You Miss Mo ?" Blake, 40c.; "Moody and Seukey Gospel Hymns," 26c. Oopies mailed. WM A FUND A CO ?rjt7 Broadway; branch store, 81) Unlou square, New York. ORGAN EXHIBITION.?THE GRAND ORGAN BuTlT by Janiino A Sou for the Filth avenue Presbyterian Church (Rev. Dr. Hall's) will be exhibited by Geo. W Mor gan on Monday ?foiling. November I Admission free, by th ket, which can tie obtained at the clinrcn, Carlton's hoofe ?Sore, under Filth Avenue Hotel, and at Ja. dinn s organ nut. u factory.