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A SPLENDID INVESTMENT.?A 15 ROAD WAT
u\ ?St?>r?, fir?t clanw. two front*. moil eligibly mtu*tcd for
1 ucrrarv in value, will be sold *5(>.(*io below eoM; one third
to one half or all cub ; ponilive price, $250,()fJU; powwMinn
eoy time : $25,(100 a ye*r rent for three yuarg it offered for
It u It ilADth if accepted immediately. HUMKK MUKGAK,
Nru2Piueiit.
A?VROXIN?fink KAKM7**)~ acresTNEAR RIN0
Hng; ?ood building*; Iruit; also one 40 arre?, ooly
$3,000. T OI*IVKK CARTER. 80 Saseau et . room II
if A. CEUIK^HASlTi CO..
J * (W JlroadwAj.
For xale. eery cheap, the very desirable Houm, high etoep
brown gtone, SUtJiix 1Q0; in good order; $24 it, near Mauiton
av. ; price $23.<Oit.
vvw SaI.k-A private" hous'k asp i.ot. in kast
r "-'111 ?t., nra, Lexington ST.: price. {." '<*>, ?n t-xlmu,
bargain; or will lot. Inquire hi 135 Kul 73d It.
"L^Or. SALK-KKW rOl'll .-TORY AND BASEMENT
C brown stun* Iront, 830 Lexington av.: cabinet finish.
t???oo<l doort. iiiirrari, Ac., cunpletf; term* to suit. Apply
to owner, JOI1N C. DONNELLY, *33 Lexington ??
4*-Ml UUU ON l,V KOK V I'MifKrl' ill'.M (>PA
^OU.UUW mcdlnrn *1*0 four atnry basement Houw.
wear htb av., lBtU ?t. . easy tcruia. Offices Ni> 4 Pino and
S3 Kaat 17tu iu V. K. ai'KVENSON, Jr.
Kaat Slilr.
AMKD1I M SIZE H hill STOOP BROWN STONE COR.
Bar Hnum on Lexington av. and 7*1 h at ; a splendid
opportunity til pnictiusc an excellent residence at a low tiguro;
terms easy. Ulhccs No. 4 Piue and 33 Kaat I7tli at.
V. K. .-iTEVENSON. Jr.
A ?ONLY $30,000 KOU A SPLENDID POUR STUB?
A. high sloop l/rowu stouo Dwelling.3li\lil>x !<>>, on nt' .t
5 nnos near the Bowery ; oaay loruis : possesion. Oniroi
No. 4 Pair st or 33 Kast 17tb at. V. K. STEVENSON, Jr.
TjlOK SALE cheap?HANDSOME pour STORY
1 brown stuno Mouse, 107 Kaat 77th at. iwide alroet);
built for owurr'a uao; partly turulxbed if required. Applyas
above, betoro 11 or after 3.
fpo RESOLD, AT A SACRIFICE?A COTTAOK AT
1 Yorkville. J. ACKEUMAN. itti Eaat 14th it.
West Hide.
For sale?at a oreat sacrifice, one or
two tbreo story. high stoop brick llousus. with nil im*
pros omenta, woat aide, near 34lli at.; exceedingly liberal
conditions it told before March 1. Inquire in store at 438
Brooms at.
I/IOU SALE?THE FOUR STORY "NEW*"BROWN STONE
X. Honae, 3ti!t Weat .'xitb at., woat ofSlh av. Apply to J.
B. PECK, W8 Warren at.
I^OR SALE ? (INK OR BOTH of I IIK flNE HOUSES,
3*3 ami 5S4 7tli av.. nt junction Hroadwuv and 7tli av.,
and opposite the splendid now Rossiiioru Hotel. Tbla is
very desirable property and ninat Soon double In value price
now asked; eaay teima. Owuer, 733 ttth av., 41sl and 43d
la.
TTIOR SALE <:1110AP?"HOUSE"AND LOT IN A GOOD
I neighborhood. with a first clnas Bakery. Inquire at 740
loth av.. between Totli and 31st sis.
tfiil 'A IMHI "NI-N A HANDSOME HIRES
qPA OiUUU story high stoop brown atone Houae on 3Utli
It., between 7lh uud Hlhfavs. ISAAC UONKJ, 111 Broadway,
rooms U and 11, basement,
a ??.
M Iscrl 1 iincoua.
"cior BALE OK TO LEASE?UPON FAVORABLE
" terms, lor maun lecturing purposes, lumber, wood or
coal business, desirable Water fronts or adjacent Properly.
Apply to CHAPMAN A VAN WVCK. 170 Front St., N. Y.
weskllestek county PROPERTY
FOR sale a\l> TO lil<:\T.
AT VON K E IIS ? A MM llhli Of llolSES TO LET
J V and tor sale or exchange. If you want a bargain call
on or address J A M ES Y0LMAN8, Agent. at Yonkera
\FI.NK HOUSE AND 3 LOTS O.N RIVER BANK,
Yonkcre, lor sale, exchange or lease. Address T. II.
2
CITY REAliKITATH ?JPOR
HOIKI.-RUTHERfCRD PARS, N. J , NKAR J5RIR
Railway. 30 rooms; new and complete : for rant or sale.
K. K. STKWAKT. 81 Cedar at.
I mrs? "sKLL my COUNT It* ~ kksidknck-'a
iieautifitl place, summer or winter; everything in heat
?r<ler; convenient to city; splen id grounds, fruit, ahade
and ornamental trees. Apply to owner, 70 Hroadway,
room H.
hjcajl ks1.vtk to kxchajtgb.
limriM NKWIll till AM) CORNWALL FOR IMJ
J proved city Property, lightly mortgaged; mention,
lutbuildiugs, 13 acres. fruit; river and valley viewa; suitsale
for rea deuce or boarder*. Addreaa P. 8. llAiNKS, 77
Breene at.
17 XCliANtSK?FOR ~A GOOD*" FA itm, SO MF. WK ll
Pj reuted Uoneea, in tlila city. Addroea box 170 llerald
uice.
l'XAmink 38~ KART lotil St- FURNISHED. for
ri residence or business; aaie or leaae; caah required
aith exchange.
(7XTWWBL1 U)W FOR 0ARK?OKXXORANoBFoi
Fj improved Property or a nice I'lace uaar city, two Lola
ai> Madison ar, KJd and Mlk ata.. ready fer immediate iiuproveiiient;
fluent location on avenue.
B. KILPATKIt'K, 340 3d ae,
TjlOR KXC1IANUK-A MANIFACTl KINO CON FEDJ1
tionety, tor llouae and Lot witliin JO mllea of city ; Ave
yrara eeiaidiabed. Addieaa X. Y.. boa 180 Herald oRice.
lanok exciiaxox?firrt clam city Litis. at
X Hereon Point. X. J., slightly encuntlirred. lor Oral clues
Fanning Land in llllnola or Inwa. Andreas II 1? LA
llKi.sKK. owner. St. diaries. 111., or agent, box 27 Post
oflice, Peterson. n.J.
I~ 7 ARM WAMKIl IN K X t' 11 A N r i K FOR a BUm'wn
1 atone Dwelling, 2.'>xOOx IO); Itrscvaeo and in perfect
order. Send particulars to CASIJIKR, box 122 Herald
oftiess. '
TAOK SALt. OR KXCHANtih FOR STOCK Of DRY
j1 Goods or good Business, a larre Crst class lintel, in
county seat. New York; cost to build aud furnish $ O.'axi;
mortgage <10,00; rent of stores will pay interest aud taxes.
Address Post office box lt!7 M.nriatowa. N. J.
I iiaik a i,ur in iiik cirv, also SKTKRAL LOTS
outside. Iree end clear, which I will > urbane* for IMamoods
or Piauos. Address 01AYIONDS, Station K. v
'IHI V.XCUANOK?FOR WHY GOODS. A PINK THKKK
.1 tmry corner House in thorough repair; a w.l*W **
pended in repairs Sir the last two years; in c he beat
locations in Brooklyn, being only one block Irt -v.on eu
Address KXCllANGh. Uarald office.
\riSRY UKSIK.VBLK NKARBV "pROFKHTY "FOR A
K?od Virnluiu FluUliiw. Atldrix MACON, liorkid
oltlco.
\\rANTKI) TO*KXCTiZnuK A*'SoLITAIKK I MAMONO
f f dkI culi fur Rrewttor. illwi and l>u*cnbury tup
Wapon. little aaod and in good urikir. Addrou B. S. !>.,
Iter kid oftii'O.
\l'ANTti>?A HOL'HKAM)~iA)T IX tlABLKXTlX
ft eaclianga for Stock in good maimfactariug company
ooar thi?eily; will uuint inurtgaro for (lu.ixi; uwnrri
ml/ aoaworod. W rit? particular* to J. J. M., I ?! Kul IUUi
Now York.
""RKAL KSTATK WAVl'KU.
a_hoc*kb wantkd, tukkk and rollk story,
A, in good iMttwoi, lor euh ; iIm < uiti Uouhi Id runt.
EriuahoU Did uufurmtbod, lor good. puiuiblo Mum.
Apply to JOU.N KfcTTKKrCII, I.iMO Broadway.
i\' ASTi-.D?A l'BI VATh HOCSK, IN A GOOD LOOT
<;?llty; prlco not aburo flfiitM; mini bo n bargain;
ita'O puitlc ifarr AiMfftt C. If., RfrtM
1JENT, SELL, EXCHANGE BEAUTIFUL RESL
IV ilonce*, high, sightly, healthy; very desirable: Tarryiowu.
Belleville and Cape May ; large Factory, Ittith *t.
rARTBIDUE, 129 Broad st.
fPO LET-COTTAGES; ALSO 11 ~ ACRES, NEAR THE
X depot, iu the beautiful village of Mount V ornon, ifittlO
Upward; also Cottage* and dome of best Lorn in village, uear
New Haven depot, tor sale ; rare chance for investment.
NICHOLS A CAFFERTY, U3 4th av.
PROPERTY OUT OF THE ( ITY FOR
SALE OK TO RENT.
AT MOUNT El SCO, N. Y., 35 MILKS ON HARLEM
River Kaiim.td, a business opportunity offered; u (ventral
Store, established 20 year? Apply to \V. II. ACKERWAN
?k CO.
A ?RAPID rRANSlT.?COUNTRY BEATS TO LET.
J.Y* furnished and unfurnished; 40 uHuutesout; location
high and hoaltby; moderate rents.
MUKDEN A CO., 231 Broadway, room B.
AT ST AM FOKD7-*2.250 WILL BUY GOOD FARM OF
'W acres; two orchard*, good house, barn, granary, Ac.
Mo other Farms. II. A. 11 UoBaUD. Stamford.
AT NEW BRTGUTON, status ISLAND. HOUSES to
let, lurnlslied and unfurnished; style health, scenery,
soiufort; rvasouablo rents; guides furnished. klitgln
H HUTU ERA, HP Thomas st.
4 1 NYACK ON HUDSON.?TO LET, IMMEDIATE
J. V possession if desired. a tine House, routaiuiug 1(1
rooms, near ttie landing, furnished or unfurnished; also an
elegant Mansion, tuvuisUed, a short distance further up the
river. Apply to owner. No. 130 West 23d at.
AWALLKILL VALLEY""FARM, 08 ACRKS. GOOD
buildings, all arable, smooth, near clinrch, school;
srcamcry. depot, homo market, Ac. C. 11. OLiVKR. 102
Broadway.
TT~ETi2U BEThTnTTT FOR ~8ALB OR TO RENT^iV
haudsomn Residence; every improvement, near
depot; only S7.50O; rent $tfU0. T. OLIVER CARTER, 3U
Nassau si.; room 11.
BSIRABLB RESIDENCE* HOUSE, OUTBUILDINGS,
tnree acres; within one hour from City llall. Post
ofiice boa 2,*1U.
J>LKUANT VILLA SITKS"7)N THE* HUDSON, AT
j Rockland Lake; also a charming Cottage; access by
rail W ItHlbOSlI the loveliest scenery willuu 30 uailes of
New York. Apply to E. MARTIN DALE, 71 Broadway,
room 1*5. fourth floor, front.
"LIARM, CONSISTING OF 118 ACRES, NEAR DIN.GX
man'*, on the Delaware River. Pennsylvania; building
nearly now; lurge orchard; all kind* of fruit; beautiful and
healthy situation-price; jM.Ouu cash; building worth the
money. Address WILLIAM KAUFKRTY, Kant Strouds,
Stroudsburg, Pa , or apply to OSCAR G, KAFFKRTV. 27
Old slip.
J7K)R SALE FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED, ON
the Hudson, near Cornwall and Newburg. Mansion,
outbuildings, ground*; river views, Ac.; suitable for residence
or hoarders; terms reasonable. Address P. b.
IIA INKS, 77 Greene *t.
Foe sale-country store, stock and dwelllug.
at Pluasantville, 80 miles from city, llarlciu
Railroad: or would exchange tor Mortgage or House unencumbered.
New York. Brooklyn or Jersey City; price,
8b,500 Address COUNTRY, bos 145 Hsrsisoihce.
J" JOB BALE.?#3,500 FILL BUT A THREE STORY
brick Store, with biHMIt, J nrd, store house aud shods
attached, ill the village of KciiMcbienrlllo. Albunv county,
N. Y., 2U miles from the river; one of the best locations for a
country store in ail that region; a manufacturing village;
pay roll of one mill, in which subscriber is Joint proprietor,
llU.Ob?to 912,UUO per year; mason for selling, business t?H?
diversified aud exteuded. Address F. C. H U lGK, ReusselMrv.llb,
N V.
TpINB FARM FOE BALE?ONE OF THE BEST FARMS
X? in Somerset county, N. J., within one tuile of the town
of Mi Unto lie and one hour and a half of New York by New
Jersey Railroad; It contain* 131 acres of rich laud, all
clt-aird and uudcr a high state of cultivation, well fenced
and hutldiugs in good order; the land I* adapted to raising
either grass or grain ; it now has (its acres iu grass. 22 for
corn. 22 for oat* and 20 iu wheat; for sale low ; terms easy.
For particulars inquire of S. L. McKKKN, Kaston, Pa.
TBHJH SALE A LARGE NJfW HOUSE \i RED BAN If,
J? N. J.; river front. For particular* aud photograph inquire
of K A t RUIKSIIANK A CO., SB Broadway.
TPOR M1.K-S.MAM. HOUSE; AT kingsi.AND. N. J?;
j 30 minutes from New York; Address K. FURMAN.
Kiugfdatid, N. J. Also Building Plots.
IioR RENT?VKRY DESIRABLE FURNISHED COTt
ge at ('ape May, fronting ocean. Apply to F. G. A
s. BROWN, No. ui Br?iad\vay, New York, or 0. II. A IL
P. MU1KHK1D, No 2(if? South dth St.. Philadelphia.
TlURNisiIRD HOUSE AND 90 ACRES OF LAND TO
.T rem?Near Passaic, V J., on the river. Apply to
WILLIAM TAYLOR, M. Denis Hotel.
OT TOIIK
IlKAL KSTATE^U'ANTSD.
UrANTED?KOIl CAKH PI'RCHASKK, THltKK HTtlll
high (loop Honae, well looted. Ownara only addrrs
wuli puUculari, T. OLIVER CARTER, SSI Naaaau at
ruoui 11.
TO LEl^ KOK HVHIXKNS A'HtPOHKI
TJE.NNETT BUILDING
J) Kite Proof.
Iornlrd on Naaaau, Ann siul Pulton all.
Pirrt Hoor to let, tuitabla for hanhera, tnanranre nfticea c
liiwyen. Will be let together or In paru; be altered to an.
tcu.inta If deaired ; adapted for olflree or etorca
Reasonable renin.
A too aotiie eligible Law Oftirra to let.
. AJ-I'LY ON THE PKF.MI8E&
^Titke the Elevator, luqnire for Janitor.
A ? LOKT8 TO LKr, IN TUE BI'ILD1XUN<IS. J
t. and 3*J Wooeter at., SOxlOO; very light. wllb or will
out ateam power. Apply In tbe nte~.
\ CORNER STORB AJilTfw O ~KL< J ft KsT121 ~oT 1 AlU
ton at . to let chaap. BUKXII All. 003 Iludaou at.
A BROADWAY 8T0 UK, CORXKKTlV Vlfll 81. ; *3
per mouth. A. C. LOtlMlS, l'Jo Weal SWlh at.
Factory on broadway, x h xt to coitNKi
of 40th at., now need a> a carriage factory; aultable ft
any hnaineaa; rent low. Apply to J. WOOD, 'JOB Howery.
Broadway and s&th sr.?part ok a stork t<
let. suitable lor a flint class tailor. Apply Id store 1,12
Urottilwiy.
nuo ai) \v a y_ st< > re" "to" let -vkr y"o?IEAP,"nka
III'Hi st runt iinly $B,UUO; alto Buildings uu Hroadwa;
near Oi ami. Bleocker. I lib ami 21 at ata. ;corner ol Wuverlc
place ami uli Union square, at Uiw renin.
K. A. OKUIKS1I AN'K A CO., US Broadway.
1JKOADW AY." NO? 2?.?11 AS KM EN T AND LOFT:
J) aith offices, to let. Apply an premisesto JollN FAI
SONS.
/T KoOhKY ITtoRE OK ThTkTY Y K AR>S "sTANDINt
V.T witli lease; uu reulu pay: Peat aiauil lu the Fuurt
aard. Apply at 75 Roosevelt at., milk ature.
HOTEL TO LET UB LKA?E?JTOKM EKLY KNOW
an tlutcb'a Hotel, Hubnken. Apply to CHEVTK
BROTH Kite, 24 Newark at.. Hobukan. N. J.
1 KO.NAKD "si' .--STORK.'BASEMENT AND Woltl
X.J alinp, UB Leonard it., to let er leaae. Apply oil premise
Stokes"to let?on "maiden lank, cheat
aultable for turs. fancy goods. toya. Jewelry. Ac.
K. A. CltUlKSIlANK A CO.. BH Broadway.
OPLKNDID BL'ILDINO TO LKTTROM MAY 1; KOL'J
0 flours, 511x45, and part of ttrst floor, wiib power, Ac.
well lighted on four aides, Inquire of GEORGE SIKMl'.h
foot of West Both at.
mo LET-TWO Lt?KTS. 9(1 WHITE ST., LIGHTEDO!
1 all aides; relit low. Apply to A. II. LI ART A CO., U
White at.
rpo LET?WITH .STEAM POWER. TWO FLOORS, 5UJ
X 95 each; well lighted. Inquire on premises.
JOHN MuCLAVE. lltliav. ana 22d st.
rpo LET.?A LARGE LECTURE BOOM, WITH K.NTR1
X Room, to let, suitable for societies, Ac. Apply ou th
premises, 107 East 2Stli at., near 4th av.
rpo ~LET?THE B EST-AM) OLD EST DRY UOODI
X Stand on 5th at., Morriaaula. U. P. DEGRAAl-', Bower.
National Bank.
rpo"LKT-C11EAP. ENTIRE OB PART OF BUILD1N<
1 11 Vamlewater St., with or without ateaui power: we!
lighted floors. Inquire at 90 Oold st.
QT1F AVTTNO, 461, COKNKR OK 3BD ST.?TO RENT
O from May 1: a superior location for bushiest. Apply t
J. RO.MA1NE BROWN, No. 1.2H0 Broadway.
r; / Y ~ BROAD VVA Y-STORK TO LET.
I UO JOHN D. WENDKL, 79 Maiden lane.
DWKLLIXD IlOtSKS TO l,ET.
Fornlshetl.
\ LARGE BROWN STONE HOUSE NO. 21 WES'
J\. -7tb st , noar Broadway, furnished or unfurnished, or
cupicd by the Army and Navy Club ; possesion imniediuiely
Inquire of JOSEPH W. MEEKS, No. BO Yesoy st., room
An elegantly"" furnished" house, aa fee1
wide, four story blgh stoop, contains all the moderi
improvements and heated by but water apparatus in th
most approved manner; will bo let fupuislicd at $4,500 po
annum or unfurnished at $B,50U. Apply oil the premise!
No. 723 Lexington av., northeust corunr of AStli st.
An elegantly furnished large iwuh si go
brown stone Dwolling, ou 2Bd at., to let low. to an ?<
ceplablu private family. Offices No. 4 i'iuo st. and BB Kas
17lli st. V. K. STEVENSON, Jr.
V NUMBER OFFIRST CLASS FURNISHED HOUSE
to let. H. W. WILLIAMS, H37 6th av.
AN AMBR1CAN FAMILY OF ADULTS WILL REN'
lour story brown stone House, furnished, to refluei
private lamily and board for rent. Apply at 147 West 21 at
T V KUY "N'K A T AN D" WE L L" K1 UN I si IED'R ROW I
7V atone House, 47th st., betivueri Uth av. and Broadway
rent (225. XlMi'SON A l'EET, 1.4SS Broudway, near 44tl
HI.
Houses to let?furnished, at $i??r$125, $i5<
$175, $390; unfurnished, $1.0 KJ, $l,20o, Jl.tlui. $2,0U1
$2.51 VI. $B.tiOO; good order and locations. A. C. LOOM is
125 West 38th st.
7 a rgb h1gii stoop brown stone house, iii
.1J complete ordor (23 rooms), 22 d bt., between 5th and titl
avs.; lully and handsomely furnished, $5,401) per nuuum
will bo lei only to a cuVdui tenant, with uuijueslionable no
curity. Address box 3,427 Post ofiice.
rpilh FURNITURE OK A KOIJR h'l OR~Y~ HOUSE (2(
J rooms) fur s ilo?Killed witli good paying boarders: n
good locution for Centennial guests; would exchange foi
suburban Property. Address ENTERPRISE, Herald Uptown
Branch ollice.
TO LET FURNISHED-HOUSE, ON 6TII AV.; PARI
rer.t token In Board If desired. A. DA1LEY, 58t
Bill av.
rpo RENT?FURNISHED, TO A KRIVATE FAMILY
L for olio or two years, House No. 21 West 33d St.. in the
Astor block ; in good order and well furnished; also Stable,
close by in 32d st. Address box 4,001 1'ust ollice.
linfurntshed.
A GOOD FOUR STORY lfOUSE, IN A i'LKASANI
neighborhood, 144 2d av.; runt $l,UUO. Apply 303 Eat.
nth St.
ATTI'FNT 1 ON.?1STII ST.. NEAR 5TH AV.. $1,200
24th st., near Oth av., $1,200.
MORRIS B. BaEK k CO., 72 West 34th st.
THREE STORY BROWN STONE?ISO*WEST 47tl
St.; rvnl $2,(SO; others.
MORRIS B. BAEK A CO., 72 West 34th St.
?USKT'KN1SIIED LISTS; REDUCED RENTS
Ollices No. 4 I'ine St. and 33 East 17th >L
V. K STEVENSON, Jr.
BARGAIN?FOUR STOuY BROWN STONE, 28Tt
St., near 8ih av.; others.
MORRIS B. BAKU A CO., 72 West 34th st,
number of First cuss unFUKNIBUEI
lions. - f. let. B W. W11.E1A.M8, S37 Bill ui.
/ 111 BAP HOUSES TO 1.1.1 IN GOOD LOCATIONS.v'
East Oth St., $1,000; Lexington av., $1,400 to $1,700
West 5tith st., $1.hiiii.
E. A. CKUIKSHANK k CO.. 118 Broadway.
HOLSE 472 01II AV., TO LBASE; UUHAP BENT
Inquire of owner, 528 tith av.
POSSESSION I.M M K MATELY-S100, NEW FOUf
story house 27 Aiulty mow West 3d) st.; $15, House
and Store, connected, 137 Woostor st., near Bleecaer. Apply
at 42 West 3d st.
rpo LET IIIKKK STORY HIGH STOOP BROW}
1 stone Dwellings, perfect order; Prospect place, $734)
East 4.'bt st., $lssi; East list St., $ *>>; accruer, bay window
splendid view, painted in oil, frescoed, 2<>x50, $1,214); soon
at less price Call at ollice corner East 42d it. and Prospuc
place, or CH AS. II. TODD, 71) Beaver SU
rpo LKI'?33 AND 34 WEST WASHINGTON SQUARE^
1 tirat class Uoardiuir Houses, newly painted ; to desirabli
party a net Income guaranteed; owner's family boardiui
there. Apply to Mr. MEYER, hi College place, up stairs.
rpo LET-THE TWO VERY DESIRABLE KOt It STORY
X an 1 attic English basement Houses. Nos. 215 and 24'
West 23d st. Apply to IV HARMONY'S NEPHEWS A CO.
03 Broadway, or to A. LE.VM AN, 217 West 23d st.
rpo tBT?AT 121 BAST MO ST.". POUR ROOMS, OI
A third floor, with improvements, and in exeelletit order
rent $22, to a small, genteel family of adults only. Set
owner on premises. No bill up.
fiTU AV. ,~XEAR 31 ITH ST.?TO LOT, POOR MORI
'J high stoop brown stone House; to a private lamily , vorj
low; will he put in pvrtcct order. E. A. CUL'lKSllANK 4
Co.. 68 Broadway..
n IIMMII.I) Rooms \ \ l> APARTHSNTI
TO LET.
AT 33 LAFAYETTE 1'LACK, OPPOSITE ASTOR I.I
brary.?Large luruishrd Room to rent; centrally lo
cuted; convenient to all cars and stagea.
PRIVATE FAMILY WILL I.ET A NICELY FUR
iV nislied front Parlor; suitalrle tor a dentist; also thiri
ttcor; Unfurnished Apply at 120 West 22d st.
~T FROM RooM VND ALCOVE BEDROOM, NICELY
2v furnished, lor housekeeping, in the cosey little housi
21t> West 47th St., two doors west of Broadway.
A f 23 IRVING I'LACK ?FURNISHED Ill's )M* EX
tension, on second floor, for light housekeeping; reu
low.
VllA.NUBOMKl.Y Kl K.M.sIIKll I'AKI.oK KLOOI
eu suite Iu singly ; third story Roum; ball Room; sill
trie gentlemen: gentleman and wile; closet, runnlug wate
In rooms . ireusleut pnrtiea taken; near restaurants. l,2Ji
Broadway, H'-'d at. Terms reasonable.
FUKNIaMKir-ro OKVri.KMKN, WITIKil 1 H<?A i: r>
large Koom, elosel and gas, 23; tire it required: nla
lai i-" ball Room, gas. $2 JOj relcrenre. 22 I West l.ltb at.
VDRXMitD 8ITT1NO ROOK, KITtillKN AMI TWt
r ball Rooms, $M weekly loqulet parties. 528 West 42d al
LltRNIStllKn?TO Lhl\ TWo OR TIIRKK KKOY
r Rooms on first floor: upstairs bathroom, with all moderi
improvements; uo children in the house. 7H lid as.
^Fkmsukd ROOMS TO LKr. WITHOUT BOARD
1 hall Rooms and Hue back Parlor. J.'H Kaat lMtli at.
X'lfhl.v"VI-KMSHI'.W I'iiont IIHOH AND HKI:
l\ room to let. hi 2t>th St., near Ia>xluglon as., to a lad
working out day or evening, at $2 or $lt per week. Kor No
ol house call at or address 242 Kaat 2Rth si.. in the butcher's
i fro "list?cost portab mTku k? i'sh ki> pub house
| x keeping, three Koouia; price fti per week. I ll Whs
| bud at . heiwesn Hth and 7th ava. ; aiao one eingle Room itsei
It required), *4 per wees.
, f|U> I.KT-A I'KKTTlL*TT ltNUIllKD ALCOTK RO<7M
i Closet, water, bath ; more Itooius If desired iu a small
unlet house. 224 West 47th su. near rars
fPO LRT-KKKN(1I WAR.MKNI8 IN I.KXISOTO?
x building. Its Kaat 4SRh al ; grand Irkncc; hot water
lurni-hod steam heated ^moderate icnta. Apply to janitor
on pie utse*.
$"> ~t(l V W ? K H?R V Mi l. hSiMlKI
O'' Room, to a gentleman, at Idn Varick at.
I to *1-NEWLY KURMtsHED (i'liillI IioCTk
s?-g keeping!, gas and bath; private residence; references.
14ti Macdougal at.
.1-Til AV.. Itl4 REAR atrTr dT.-PURMsHKD ROOMS
' ' singly or ou suite, baths ou each story. Reivreuces re
quired.
,-ril AV.. 2*J4.-*UPERIOR ROOMS,~0I'PosirK IIO
tJ tel Brunswick, singly or In auiu. relcreiicrs eschanged.
1 I WEST ISTM ST. ?0 K(t IRA BUB KlRNIHHKi
i'r Physician's Office, on parlor floor, also Koouia loi
housekeeping or gentlemen.
1- IIO.NII 8T.?KROR t I'ARLoii, NEWLY FuK
t) niahed, with two couaectuig Rooms if required. also
trout hall Rooms.
1 "TTH H,, 104 BAST, HKIWKEN UNION BOl'ARI
JL I and Irvlug place, -liandsoiuely It.ruuhcd itooui.
without board, far gentlemen ouly.
t lOD RT . WRST.?TO LET. U RNISIIKD. TW<
) double and two elngie Rooms; low prices Call at 13c
-'F SOUTH WASlll.Ni.TON syl ARK, till ST IN .
Jo private honse, neatly furnished Rooms for huusv
keeping; aiagle gentlemen can be accommodated with pleat
ant rooiae: no children.
h Z WKMT i?TH RT.-M AXOBOBKLT KURXIMil K!
s ) ) second story front; southern expisure; nlso largi
l.'oom fourth Root.
Herald, Wednesday, f
Ft'fUIISllKDKCNIMB AMD APARTMENTS
" TO LIT. a
Yfn^MXebmrOAL ST.?Kl'BXIHIIEn ROOMS, WITlf
J I " every convenience for housekeeping, to let to email
f* miller
= 117 EAST 27Til st., NFAK 4TH AV -HAND14
1x4 primely tu niah'd Room a in trcirate family for one or
- two gentlemen . brcakfaat If deeired.
Too KIpT 44111 hi, NEAR GRAND CHJiTK.Vti
1 > depot.?Ronnie, lurnlehed completely for homekeepI
n , lor a in nil femlllei or (ingle gentlemen ; rent $ft to $n per
week. Apply on tlie premiaee or to W 8. GAVEY, 48
Bleerker st.
11>() v. as r i'rrii st., m: vrtrVing Fi.ace" to i.kt
1 ? " two fiirnikhed Rooms, in e etnell French family, with
or without Hoard.
- Ol fj EAST 10TII 8T., NEAR SD AV.?LAROK. COM?
1" / fort aMe Room for one or two gi ntleman; rent tuod'
erate; one at 82.
Ol Q EAST lifTH ST., NEAR 2D AV.-DEUUHTr
oJXtf fully furuithed Second Koor front and Hedroom;
housekeeping or gentlemeu ; other*, $4; family private.
VIVCKIUH1D noons AID Al'AUT
it MKVrs TO LIT.
,r A ttkn'TlON.?french^FLATS, 34TII st.; renr3
1Y. $2.1 upw ardi
G morris B. BARK A CO., 72 Woit R4tbit._
1 a handsome second rLook,~ consisting op
iV three rooiiiN, in perfect order; more rooiu If reuuirod,
R with every eunvriileiiCe, ill private house HH'J, Kaat 14th it,
f% with owner; renter.
1 T NEAT KI.OOR ISO E AST ft 1ST ST.. NEAR LEX*
J\ liiirtoii av. ; parlor, kitchen and three light bedroom*.
g.u? fixtures, ?lalioiia:jr tube, bath, wardruhes, Ac.; I&1U per
3, mouth.
'* 4 PAIITM KNl'S DOWN TOWN?4 ROOMS OI7\VUOTK
J\ flat of lloomM; new dwelling. Just completed; water
J, closer*. gas on every floor. Apply on the premise*, 17
b iteuch at.
\ FLAT rO~ I/KT?IN " BKO WN~STONK UOL'SE~124
>? Jx, Weal Jlth ?t. Apply at 323 (next door).
?n FRENCH FLATS, ALL LIGHT. M4 M'H AV.j
J. v^s rent* #17 upwards: janitor on premises. MOKlilS
^ H, BAKR A CO., 7'.' West 34th st.
r. lOLoorCk!(TutboomsTbath and water oiajset
' 1 on floor, $35; Tour Rooms, $21 and $17: Flats, 5 rixnm,
PXMIH. J KOUAK LKAYCKAFT. 7W3 mh av.
a ^v\*l"y"fssfln!?"iiasi:mk.nt. faiclou. tiiuer rooms
. "_/ on llilnl floor; every Improvement: 24th it., near
Elevated Railway; vnrv desirable for small, genteel farnllv.
S. KILPATUICK. 34(1 3d av.
rpo LET?AT 908 WK8T S0TH ST., TRENCH PLAT,
1 third floor, seven iight rooms, with >11 uiodern improve
nients. Apply at 320 Writ 33d it.
rpo LET, i: N HUM SI I K [>Za SECOND FLOOR, tO A
J small family of adult*. Apply to the ownur oo the
premiifs, 403 West 47tli St. No bill up.
4Til FLOOR. CONSISTING 7>P FOUR ROOMS. IN 4M
West 20th (t., opposite college grounds; rent $IS.
OQT" ST., 67. llKTWEKN 5TII ANDflTlT A Vs.?TO
00 let. a very handsome baek Parlor end Bedroom, on
upper floor, in * llrst class family house, serving private
tables only. .
1 1Q KAKT 31ST ST.?TO LET, TWO ROOMS ON
11'" first floor and three Rooms on top floor to respect,
able party : references exchanged.
_ _ llOAUUERS WANTED.^ ~~
, ereiicoa given and reipilrnl. Address, with terms, 1'KK.MANKNT,
box 1H| Heial.l Uptown Branch office.
I 4 N INVALID UKNTLEMAX WISHES A~ IIO.dK IN A
k J\ rospectelile private family. between 7tU and Nth ava.,
" and 5<Hh to 4Ild ata.; will pay 923 per week. Address ISj
VAI.IH. Herald Uptown Branch office.
lady OK sui'kkiok Kill l \ h(i.nrand "Lo\Q
experience desires full or partial Hoard in exchange
lor music, Krauoli, Latin or mathematics; beat inferences.
Address H I)., I.aSH Broadway.
? T l'*"V DKSIKKS BOARD I.N THIS XKIUHHOA,
J\. lo ud; terms not to exceed $IU par week. A. W. U? I
417 Waal 22d at.
I youx(1 col Pi,K dkmikk ROOM and board.
JV wllh rtipeclnble people, within ieveu blocks *?f MadI?x>naq\iMr?;
terms not to exceed $12 per week. 1*. k. C.,
; No. 1.117 ltro*d**y.
Bojkku W AN Thl>? KOK MoTHKK A.\~l 7 I NS'(J
daughter*, Room and Bedroom, turnieliod or nnfurj
| niched. Addroet Mm. KK1D, box 112 Herald Uptown
Hrnuch office.
L I HOARD WANTKO?KOR A HOY OK ID AND A OIRL
J) of lo. In the Ninth ward. In some plain, unlet, respectst
bio faiullr ; alao Konui for gentleman, without board. Ad0
drraa 1. iVlLKIAM*. Poet office
, I YJOAKD WaXTKD?PltlVATK family PKBKKKKKD,
; J> below ,'?7tb at-, Lexington to Hth av. ; gentleman, alia
' and habv year old, with aaoon.1 atory tront Rooms Full
' ! particulars and reaaonabla 'atas, answer i'KKMAN'KNt',
i uox IK) Herald office.
B' OARD WANTKD-BY TWO COUPMirt, BETWEEN
4th and 7tlt art., 23d and 35th eta ; price not to exceed
: ft" per weak; one room must be front. Address BOARD,
box lid Herald Uptown Branch office.
/Vkntleman and wife want feiond okfiTTiTo
1 \JT story Room, gas and heat; private family; west side,
below tldd at.: $ <> per month ; good table iniUsttensahle; references.
Axldreaa, giving lull particulars. UANDOL.ni,
, Herald office.
/ ivvril V * S \\ IKK ANO TWO I. AM I-> U 4 \T I vvn I
IVT nicely fuiniaheti Koonia. with Hoard, between
14th mul 31th ate., Weet. Addreaa. Mating loweat term*.
AKI'll I' It, boa l-">2 Herald Uptown Branch office.
\v~AXTKn?tbiufaxknt board h?k lady and
II i n? two year-old child; price not to exceed #32 |>?r
month. Addreaa Mo. llereld Uptown Branch office.
iU'A^TKl) H'lAKIl 1'OR UKNTLKMAN AND WIKI'
with w atriotly priTate family. where there ?re no other
bonrdera. in vicinity of Klorntcd Railroad; Irtmt fi:i per
week; no boarding huuau kcepera nerd apply. Addreaa
CI.YDK. Ilarald office.
"\lr ANTKD?BY A OSNTlalUf AN AND* \V|KK, in A
11 tint claa? location, one >acotid atory largo tunny
front Room, with good Board, with grata fire; permanent;
retort in c<, price f 1H to ffi!" per week. Addreaa K. K. K..
Herald Uptown Itranch office. _____
VV*ANTKD HOARD" KOR A FAMILY ?K (OX: 1"Kill
ette table preferred. Addreaa I. V., box lib Herald
; I ptown Branch office
\V ASTRO - BY A KK8PKUTARL.K LADY. UNFCRB
II niahed Koc.n or Room and Bedroom, front, with Hoard ;
e location ceetral. Addreea, etating lull particitlara. Old
I ?th ae
Fine rooms; excellent table for families and single.
174, 176 and 178 Hleecker St., near Broadway.
SI'ITU THIRD STORY FRONT ROOMS, WITH
Board; parlor and bedroom newly furnished. 153 Madliou
av., cor. 33d at.
Isfurr on second floor for rent?wmi
Board; aeparately li'deaired. 135 West 44lh at.
1 extralakok iiesir vblk room-with boxr111
all convenience*; term* low; also a single Room; table
i. satisfactory ; abundance liome made breau, paatry, Jto. 341
j. West 14th at.
r, OI) FLOOR, FURNISHED?$30 TO $30. WITH BOAROl
0 3_i for gentlemen or family. 311) West 31at at.
r 9 ROOMS, LAROK AND HALL ROOM, ON SOUTH
' aide of liotiho, with Board tor man und wife aud two
children, H and 10; $IA> per month. Answer, with relei?nee,
N. S. C., Herald office.
j INI) 6 WASHINGTON PLACE, NEAR BROADWAY.
ST. JlJLrKN.?Elegant suite of apartineuts on second
floor to let; also single hodiiin; hou?a renovated mid ?ng
lurked; is especially adapted tor fumilius; French table.
fts av., no. 5t second floor, phony roomb.
p ? ' with private hath: also single Boom* to let. with Mint
j class Board; break fast order till KH? o'clock; references.
SB AIT BSD sr.-HANDSOMELY ITKMSHRD
Rooms, with excellent table; private table if desired.
? 1a wav8rley place] nbar broadway.?
1 J.' * Front Booms. $14 and $16 for two, with Board; hiuj;le
Booms. $7 and $B; also table Hoard, $4; transient people
) taken; house heated by steam.
' TO WEST 10T1I aST., NEAR 5TII AV.-11ANDSOMELY
' 1.J furnished Booms, oil second, third aud fourth lloors,
en suito or singly; table the very host.
r 1 I Til'ST.', 317 WEST. -SUNNY FltllNlMlOtiMX, \\ ITH
I' r Board, fur gentlemen; house that claaa; terms mod;
erate.
1 Q EAST 32D ST.?ON K E LEO AN T slTl T: ALSO
, XO other Rooms; house aud table first claaa; references.
i qjth st., ibs witst7?uandsome ly~kurnt?ilkd
r i)'I" Room on second floor, southeru exposure, ulili su'
per lor Board; ulso large Room for two gentlemen; terms,
$16 per week.
6 1 Til ST.. 130 WEST, NEARBROADWAY AND 6TH
I OT av.? Single auuny Rooms, with first class Board;
references exchanged.
'irrrii si\, 74 west.?desirable rooms, with
Of) Board; terms moderate; table boarders accomiuo1
dated.
T(\ EAST UTlf ST.. NEAR BROADWAY.?TO LET.
' I " ' with Board, large Rooms, suitable f?r gentlemen and
wives; Rooms lor gentlemen; day boarders acootniaodatod.
t ST.. NO. 318, NEAR H ROADWAY.?8UFERI OR
I _ accommodations, modern private houae, with ample
Board; moderate rates; references.
1 A A WEST 331) ST.?A LAKtlE." |t\nt)SOMKLY~ FlfiTj"
jt nUhed Room, southern exposure, to let. with Board ;
^go Koonm, on upper floor, suitable for ^outleinuu; refer
0 cuce required.
4 (Y~~WEST 1HTII ST.?LARGE AND SMALL ROOMS ,
r?" nicely furnished, to lot, with Board, to taiailics and
prut iorni'U.
; fj i) "wast ll'tii st.?a LARGE second story
I -J Room to let, Willi Hoard; location desirable; term*
1 moderate ; references exchanged.
1 n r west imth sr.?a nicely furnished
.1 V") front Hall Rooui. second floor, witli Hoard or with'
out; references.
"ll.t EAST 1'JTII ST.
J.J.'X Third story front large Room;
< handsomely furnished; with Hoard.
m 'EAST 17TB ST., NEAR UNION SQUARE^
Front and nail Room, connecting, on second floor; |
dounlo Rooiu on fourth floor, with Hoard; also table Board.
"1 WEST 4.il> ST.?II ANIiSOMKI.Y Kl'KNISIl ! I)
* XOO Rooms to let, with Hoard, to geutlotnau and wlte
' or single gentlemen ; uo moving in May.
IAf* EAST -Sfll ST.?I. A lit IE PA Kit > R AND THIRD
( tl) floor hack Uiuiiii to let. with Hoard.
; LEXINGTON AV ?A LADY CAN HAVE GOOD
, .IDs) Hoard and all accommodations, (fall In afternoon.
i <M1Q WAVKRLRT PLACE.-TO LET. A fuk_'
m ' nlshed front hall lledrooin, with or without Hoard;
terms model ate.
? WERT 15TH ST.?TO LET, WITH BOARD, of,
ailO slratde Rooms to families and single gentlemen;
* terms moderate.
r illlt WEST MIST ST. PLEASANT Rot IMS TO LBT\
- OUI) with good Hoard; $*"' and$7; ladies accommodated.
/ I n ~HTII A V.?TO LET. II AN DSOMKLY FUR"
) I" " nished Parlor and Bedroom, with or witlmat Hoard;
j Also hall Room, with grate firm
7 "pitIVATE FAMILY HAH A NICELY FURNISHED
s J.Y Room to let. with or without Board; liouse all modern
Improvements; coiiTPuient to Elevated Railroad, stages and
f ears. 400 West -'-d st.
<f TOLKUANTLY Ft RNI8UBD SUIT OF PARLOR, BED1
I'd room and Bathroom, on first floor, on' most reason shift
terms; hall Rooms tor gentlemen. 17 West ;Wth st. Table
board.
' T~ARGK HAUL ROOM. 8UPERIOK HOARD, WEST
.I J 'J'Jd fit., two blocks trom H roadway, $s per week. Address
KKFKRhNi'KH, Herald I'ptown Hranch office.
koAED AMD LOOB1KG WANTHOh
"XI LADY ENGAGED DURING THE HAY. WIIoSE
JjR husband is absent most of the time, desires an unfur
I nisned room with Board for herself, at not over $S per week
I Address with lull particulars A. A. B., box MOD Herald ofllee*
j \ "young lady, music teacher, wishes a
dV Room, with breakfast, in a first class boarding house
I where she cau have pleasant society; unexceptional refer
EBRUARY 23, 187G.-WITI
_ AMI'SKMEVTS.
Academy op music. titikks.
On P KI1) AY EVENING. PebroarT 25, ( 8.
only night of Moeart'e immortal work,
DON OlOVANNI
THERESA TITIEN8 for the tiret time in her great character
of DONNA ANNA.
W ran. CARKKNO-SAUKKT aa ZERLINA.
tiler Urn appearance on the lyric stage.)
Mien BEAUMONT ae ELVIRA.
Slgnore BRIONOLI. OR1.AND1N1. VKKLINO. RBINA.
Mueical Director end Conductor MAX MA RE TALK
On SATURDAY. PebrnierT 2T>, ut 1 3D,
GRAND T1TIKNS MAT1NKE,
LA KAVORITA.
Seat* ran rtow he eecured at the box office of the Academy
of Mu>? and at 114 Broadway.
MONDAY, Kebruary 28, Itoiton Theatre.
CTH AVHNLTIFTURATRK7~ (* VhRY VlllHT. L TO 8.1
) Proprietor and Manager Mr. AUUCSTIn DALY
72d to 70th limo Mr. Auguetin Dalr'e eucoeeeiul Drama,
PPPP II QQOU U U KEEB
P P II O O IT U K
l'PPP II g 0 U U KKB w
P II Q QQ U U E
F II QQQQ UTJO0 KEKB .
A PLAY OK TO-DAY.
IlouMl crowded! Sumptuous tlcenerv I Extraordinary Cast I
Miss Fanny Davenport,
Mr. Charles Flulier, Mr D. H. liarkiiu,
Mr. Jaiuea Lea Is. Mr. W.
Davidge, Air Uardi-nberg.
PIQUE?ELEVENTH Maurice Bwrrvmnre, John Drew,
C. H. Rockwell anil Alias Jeffrey ?WEEK.
Lewis, -Visa Bmlly Rigl, Mrs H.
II Gilbert, Miss Kate Holland,
Miss Sydney Oowelt and
Mr. Johu Brougham.
?. PIQUE MATINEE, SATURDAY, AT 1 :3U. __
;yrn avenue ntATll
PIQUE MATINEE,
SATURDAY, at 1.30 o'clock.
V Ladlei should secure seats la advance.
rjniEATUB coviyuE. ?
1 614 BROADWAY.
MR. MATT MOBOAJI Msnsisf
MATINEE CLASSIC TABLEAUX.
TO-DAY. A NEW OHO.
MATISKR NEW STAltS.
TO-DAY AT MAITNLB
MATINEE TO-DAY.
TO-DAY 3 P. M.
MATINEE WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
U Kit AIII PREPARE KOK Qr <S>
LKKAU I THE GREAT EVENT. , The Great
A 6> Holiday Bill
Hurrah! WEDNESDAY | will be
for MATINEE coutinueii at
TONY AT TONY PASTOR'S. Touy Pastor's
PAS roll's I Matinee
Wednesday GOOD NEWS I Reception this
MATINEE. KOR ALL I Wednesday.
millRD- AVENUE TH E ATRE?11 \V HITCHCOCK,
Proprietor. Between 30th and 31st sts. O'Conuell's
Hihernica and Panorama of Ireland. America. Koine. Mike
Gallagher, famous Irish comedian: Admiral Dot, the smallest
man in the world; Patti Koait. Mr. Hohscott: Burton and
Woods. J. W. McAndrewt, the French Twin Sisters, George
Warren, Harry Leslie. J. D. Koome, Dick Sands, G. K. Seabe
rt. Grand Extra Matinee Tuesday, February 22 (Washington's
Birthday), at 2 P. M. Family Matinee every
Wednesday ami Saturday at 2.
Tide best entertainment given in new York
Is at TONY PASTOKS.
Bo convinced and attend his
MATINEE TO-DAY.
CI LOBE THEATRE,
X 72H and 730 Broadway, below 8th St.
It. W. BUTLER Manager
1870. CENTENNIAL. 1870.
Tha Standard Variety Theatre of New York.
GLOBE. | GRAND FAMILY MATINEE AT 2.
GLOBE. I BRING ALL THE FAMILY TODAY.
GLOBE. I ' A SELECT BILL OF NOVELTIES
GLOBE. | THIS AFTERNOON AND EVENING.
The best combination ever produced in any theatre.
The wonderful Comedians,
TSAM RICKEY^tMuster BAllNEY,^BILLY BAKKY.f
ALEX. ZA*N Fit ETTA, the great Clown, and
ZANFRE tTA'S TROUPE OK PANTOMI MISTS.
<S> A <S>
Senator Hob Hart. I ('has. Benedict, J Eugene Bills.^
Miss LIZZIE KKLSEY, the dsshlng Queen of Kong.
Together with the regular Company ot excellence.
Alternoon doors open at 1, evening at 7 o'clock.
Box office open daily. Beats securod in advance.
pi i viioiiit'i'i. c nnniba xr
A -FOR KENT, UPRIGHT, SQUARE AND GRAND
Pianos of our owu make; also for sale and rent, a
number of line second hand Pianos. lu perfect order. WILLIAM
KNAUK A CO., No. 112 5th av.. above 10th st.
A ?KO K H ALE? A N ELEGANT STEIN WAY A SONS'
J\.* Pianoforte for $200; also an elegant Windaor Piano,
has four round corner* end all modern improvement*, cost
$l,(ll>0, fur$250; heat box fur shipping. Call at privalu residcnce
I JO Went 20d at., ucar titL av.
A Hob" rosewood PIANOFORTE?PIaNOS to
rent. $6 mouth aud upwaril; instalments taken; new
instruments at great aacrilice. GOLDSMITH'S 20
Rleeckcr at., near Bowery.
SK \EN~OOTA V'K~ROSE WOOD PIANOFORTE, $!(*?;
a Steinway Pianoforte; great sacrifice. 13 Waverly
place, near Broadway.
T LOT O F SECOND HAND PIANOFORTES, IN
J V thorough order, foraale at moderate price*; also I'ianolortes
on instulineuts. CI1IGKERING A SONS, No. 130
Fifth av., corner IHth at.
* A ~GRKAT~6FFEK.?HORACE WATERS A SONS, 481
J\ Broadway New York, will, daring this week rent a few
first class new Pianos and Organs until thu runt tuuuey pays
the price of the Instrument, as per contract.
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF N E W A SDSL! ON f>
hand Pianos at extraordinary low prices for cash, instalment,
to rent. Don't tall to call before buying elsewhere.
KKAKAl'hR, 35. Bowery.
?AR10N PIANOFORTE, 71-3 OCTAVE. POUR
s round corners, nearly new. low for cash; new Pianos
lor rent or on Instalments V. SCUULKK, 26 East 14th st.
A" ~f~a~sacrifice.?fob sale, first class piano,
taken for debt. Call at 15f> \Y est 49th st.
n_klkoan'mp*i(> PIANO FOR $2K> CASH; NEW
upright* and squares, $10 monthly installincnts taken ;
Melodeons, $25. GORDON A SON, 13 East 14th st.
A~ beautiful carved ROSE WOODS WEN 00
Y tave Pianoforte, cost $450, lor <100. 243 East :M>th it.
A "PRIVATE FAMILY WILL SELL THEIR ELEGANT
Steinway Pianoforte at a sacrifice; four round 7'4 octave,
richly carved rosewood case, full agraffe, overstrung
Piano; cost $1,0(10, for $2(10; Stool, Cover; a 7^ octave
Decker A Bros, upright Piano, nearly new, $275; must he
sold; box for shipping. Call private residence 47 West
10th st. betweeu 5th and 6th ava.
A" GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES OK 1'IANOS.?
Second hand Pianos from $50 to $150, at factory of
DECKER A BARNES, 127 ;>d o
Beautiful piano, $115. 7>4 octave, "overstrung,
almost new; instalments taken; rent $5
monthly. CABLES, corner of Uth av. and 23d st.
XADY WILL SELL FOR $ 1 <KT cDICKERING ROSK~J
wood i'ianoforte, modern iiuproveuionts. perfect order;
sweet, powerful tone. 2S i.nst 3d st., near 2d av.
Chu rch organ-price, si.wui; manual cos>
talus bourdon, 16 feet open diapason, open bass, sallcional
Rolii flute, st. bass; principal llutc, fifteenth
I 1 rb? is . ur.i I 1 ' :,?.l..l ...I.
basii, 25 notes, conipfete; tine black walnut ease. 12 feet
wblc, s foet deep, 111 tuol hi gh; illuminated truut pipe*. Address
I11LBORNK 1.. ROOsEVELT. ? Weit 18tl? at.
niUBCH 1'11'B ORGANS. ?FOR SA1.K LOW Villi
I cash. a new superior toiiml Organ of two row* of keys,
IS stops, pedal* 10 feet, two octaves; alao one 2ti and 24
stops au. W. II. DAVIS A S0N.40 Downing St.
ORIGINAL AND TRUSTWORTHY MATHISIIKK
Pianos, ORCHESTRAL, MEDIUM aud COLlBltl (or
Humming liinl). (12 East 14th at.
PUN08.?LsAKOE- STOCK TORKNT OR SK1.L (REduuing
stock.) at lower prices than ever. Call and aee
them at toKRKKLL'8, No. 8 (Jnion square.
UPRIGHT AND HQUARK PIANOS AND ORGANS TO
rent very low or sold on small monthly payments, at
BKTT8' Wareroonia, 788 Broadway, corner ot 10th at,
MUSICAL..
A CULTIVATED LADY, AN EXPERIENCED AND
accomplished teacher, gives superior leaaons in pianoforte
and singing. out or home, tor $10 per quarter; highest
references. Address C11ANTKU8E, box 12.? Herald otlice.
LADY WOULD LIKE A PEW PUPILS 1 (Ml
rudiments of music taught thoroughly; terms $8 per
quarter. Address L. K. P., 520 2d av.
A GENTLEMAN OK GREAT EXPERIENCE GIVES
J\ instruction on pianoforte, organ, harp and harmony,
al residence ; $10 quarter; references. Address, with resldeuce,
TEACHER, box 124 Herald Uptown Branch othce.
TARDr?PRIVATE LESSONS' PI AN 67 VII I LIN,
) Guitar, Organ. Klute. Singing, Ac. (12 East 14th st.
Practice tree. Circulars mailed.
I' HMTRUCTION GIVRN ON PIANO FOR $3 PER
month; llrst two weeks frss. Addrsss M, box 103 lieraid
Uptown Branch office.
I~ADY~ TKAO~HKH~ WANTED?KOR PIANO, MUSIC,
J Erench. English, in New Jersey; Inter view at Karl's
Moist, cortisr of Canal and Centre sis.. on Saturday, 2Uih,
next, between U A. M. and 4 P. M. Principal.
PAN CI NO ACADEMIES.
Allen dodwortids dancing school
No. 212 5th av.
Brooklyn branch at 198 Washington *t. Classes or private
lessous for ladies, gentlemen aud children. Kor particulars
send lor circular.
AT PERNANDO'S DANCING ACADEMY. 5&TII ST."
corner 3d av., bank bailding--Cla?-o.? Monday and
Thursday evenings. Wednesday and Saturday afternoons;
new classes now forming tor the spring courses; reception
Thursday. February 24, at 9 P. M.
?VALUE VU CARTIEK'S DANCING ACADEMY,
* Plimpton's Building, Stuyvesani aud 9lb sts. Nsw
classes now loruiing. Private luasous in glide and assembly
w allies a specialty.
Ct *~h. rivers' dancing academy', 175 state
)% st., Brooklyn.?Classes tor beginner* are now forming.
Send tor a circular.
TxliUilvnv crvelil uev ! .
? . nuinu uc,iii,r,?r..v;i IIAI.I/1
/ class this evening Iron 8 to 10 o'clock. 1,200 RroaJway.
Private lessons $1.
WASTED TO PVHCHASB.
TIT"ANTED?A NRIKR FOOT WA1.1. 8IIOVT CARS;
l! ?No. eight-foot counter show Case, If cheap lot cash.
Address SHOW CASE, Herald office
"iifAX i'LoWKits w v.n n.i> - vr wholkralS
m prtC' i; to a competent party iteady nrdcr* will he
gtaren. Address WAX ! LOWE Its, Herald office.
mm; i?s.
ANOEL1/8 HOT AIR ROM AM BATHS. 01 LKXI.VOtnn
a*., day and night; ladiet day and oventug, pleasant
rooms, excellent table; popular prices.
T* THK~VKW EN<iI.ASD" HOTivi., BOWKUY AND
Hayard street, 2t(l Itirht. single Rooms, for gentlemen
ouiy; lodftinfcs, SOc , t'c and :tOc.
/ 1ITY iioIkLT HROADWAY AND si ll s i.?AM KB
V' lean and European plan; beet Itooms in the city lor tue
price.
lAKANKH7RT IIOI SET 1IUI WILLIAM ST.. OPEN AI.L
r niicltt; 2uU Rooms, goc., 35c., 50c.; gentlemen and familiea
CI RANT HOUSE,1a MKW BOWERY. PRICES UKRATX
ly reduced; warm rooms for laiulliet and gonlUmsu,
Always open.
Maui SON syi AUK IMUSK HKOA ?W -.V. cokni H
21st si., first class family Hotel; front sunny Suits on
lirsl and second Hours Terms moderate.
briNULil HO'. SE -AMERICAN PLAN'; LAMB
O suits of Rooms, for lasullies or slngls gentlemen. et
moderate retea. T. * OOK.
1 SUPPLEMENTS
AMtTSKMTEWTS.
OLYMPIC THEATRE, ?i4 BROADWAY. T
Ma JOHB k. POOLB ...Manager
MATINEE TO-DAY AT 'J. 2' f>AY. ?
M \TI N EE THE GBKAT nl'cgp.ss. TO-DAY.
matinkk the great success. today.
matinee P.vole's new h urinative, 1 ? v
matinee julius cn.esak. m-day.
matinee jcllls t x.esak, it! IlJV 1
matinee wuh n? pm c??i, '
matinee mr hen maoinlet jo day. s
Matinee as Junius bri tus. today. a
matinee mr. wm b. cahii.l topxv
matinee an marcus antokius. today.
matinee mr. KP.KD as cans 11 8. today.
matinee thrfluitltbmi.au, to [iiv.
matini k roasting ok brutus today.
matinee on the to-day.
matinbe plains of piiillippl t(,ija?*
matinee a nev Pronrkiiini?, to-day,
matinee bric-a-brac olio. today. 1
W by V1
tub oreat olympic company.
Th? Carlo Brolhan. Mr. John Hart. Conway and KerriKau.
Bennett and Kernall, Whluialcal Walkei, Muruhy and
Morton. Gueen and Weal, the Clark Brothera, Mr. Win.
Landik, W.u Adah Rioluuwad, Mil* Kau ale Brooke*. Mi?i
Julie Coventry, Ac., Ac.
His excellency governor, joseph d. bedlk.
together with
The members of the assembly
and the STATE SENATE of MEW JERSEY,
will honor with their pretem e the
6i;D PERFORMANCE OF JULIUS C.ESAK, i
at Rooth'a Theatre. Friday Evening neat. February - >.
(* r.TH PERFORMANCE OK JULIUS C/ESAR *
i)?) next Saturday kvknino. *
<YTH "WEEK OF JULIUS I'.ESAK.
*' Seat* nnn Uti seen roil iu lulvince. I
"DOOTH'S THEATRE ~ GRANDEST SUCCESS. $
1) JAKEETT A l'ALMER Lcvvaeea aud Manager! ^
SHAKESPEARE SUPERBLY ILLUSTRATED. 1
EVERY night, at the"saturday matinee,
or tm*. iti niutu week, ?ml until lurther advertisement,
representation, with unexampled (pleader, of the great
Tragedy JULIUS C.ES.tK. wilU an unparalleled cuugregaliun
or Shakespearian* in the cast. Including a
Mr. LAWRENCE BARRETT u CAIU8 CASSIU8, *
Mr. r. C. BANGS ae M ARCUS ANTONIUS C
Mr e. h. DAVENPORT a* "maRCUS JUNIUS BRUTUS. })
Mr. Milnee Levick (eepecialty engaged to net the title part s
ol the play; and tlio entire company of Booth's Theatre.
PROMINENT FEATURES T
of the grand Shakespearian preeeutineiit, heyond the ex- traordinary
cast, are eplendiil original Music, GRAND
1'Ri (CESSIONS and TABLEAUX, a multitude of auxil- -I
iariee and magnificent scenery.
THE FINALli h
of tho play is a grand tableau, the BURNING OF TIIB
BODY Dl iilturus ON THE 1* LA INS OK Rill LI PPL
Q I Til ST, OPERA" HOUSE-HETWEKN 2D AND 3D \
O^T a vs. EVERY EVENING AT a
TI WILD CUAI1UT DANCERS. y
o.g-o* PARISIAN CANCAN.
2 2 KRKNOH SOLOS. (
S?~*| KKMALE MINSTRELS. V
.Ml VARIETY ARTISTS.
S I MATINEE TODAY ATI
0?>D~STREET THEATRE (late
Dan Bryant'i). f
231) ST., NEAR GTH AV. V
Mr. WILLIAM PASTOR Manager
Great tucceis of the world renowned and legitimate
CALIFORNIA MINSTRELS. _
<J> ?(J) BO Star Ethiopian Artiit*. L
6 COMEDIANS.
MATINEE 21 VOCALISTS.
THURSDAY A MAMMOTH ORCHESTRA.
80 SPECIALTY PERFORMERS.
<c, <i> 3 INTERLOCUTORS. 1
A BETTER SEXTET THAN EVER HEARD IN
NEW YORK' BEFORE.
A GRAND DIOKAM1C APOTHEOSIS OF 1776 1*70.
A BRILLIANT ILLUMINATED FIRST PART SCENE.
HOUSES NIGHTLY OVERFLOWING WITH FASHIONABLE
AUDIENCES.
A COMPLETE REVOLUTION IN MINSTRELSY.
Carriugo* may be ordered at 111 ill). f]
jpAKK THEATRE. BROADWAY AND 22D ST. J
: 8
13VERY NIGHT. SATURDAY MATINEE.
!i i
A J R. G. r. HOWE'S NE W T'OM ED Y,
JJRASa BbASa ' BRASS.
COMPANY, ELEGANT APPOINTMENTS.
JjKOWDKD HOUSES DELUU1TED BY TUB
"QUIGINAL HILARITY" tNYM CRYMBLE).
J^OX OFFICE OPEN 8 TO 4. ~ )
* ;mz_ __________ i*
JjtHEE LIST ENTIRELY SUSPENDED. <
Q. F. ROWR AS WAIPTON STRAY.
(^KE~TUIS KING I
TIUCT 1~FACT M ????
= I
4k Y ASSURE YOU I" t
jj
A CADEMY ok MUSIC. kellogg. k
JA. Mr. 0. D. HESS Director ?
The sale of Reserved Seats for the brief season of f,
KELLOGG GRAND ENGLISH OPERA. u
announced to commence on MONDAY EVENING, February
28. opens TOMORROW (Thursday) MORNING.
The first representation of the season will present
Miss CLARA LOUISE KELLOGG
In her unrivalled reudition of Lndy Henrietta in Flotow's
popular opera
MARTHA.
On TrESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 29.
the favorite urimu donna contralto. Mrs. ZKLDA SEGUTN,
will receive bur annual Benefit. The performance consisting
of Hallo's BOHEMIAN GIRL. cl
VAN ZANDT and Mra SEGUTN both appearing with a "
strong cast. 0
WEDNESDAY?Mverbeer's Grand Opera the
STAR Of1 THE NORTH,
its first production here in English, Kellogg ss Calavina. THURSDAY.
KRNANI (Van Zaudt). FRIDAY. LUCIA 1
(Kellogg*. SATURDAY NIGHT. MARITANA (Van Zandt). J
GRAN I) OPERA MATINEE ON SATURDAY.
Miss CLARA LOUISE KELLOGG appearing.
Reserved Seats $2. sold at the Academy, at Shirmers, 701 _
Broadway, and at 114 Kroadway. 7
TA XTKA ANNOUNCEMENT. " ' "
Pi <g> <?> <$> ?
TONY PASTOR'S | Wednesday Matinee A Novelty. ,
Extra Matinee. I tttTONY* PASTOR'S Tony Pastnr'a,
MATINEE I New Theatre to-day. Wednesday
TO-DAY'. 14; - > Matinee.
Secure Scats early | [ This Wednesday T Prepare lor
tliis morning. | I Grand Matinee. ( | the rush.
fPUEO. THOMAS-" SYMPHONY CONCERTS 7
1 AT STEINWAY HALL, I
THURSDAY AFTERNOON, February 24. at 2. V
FOURTH FULL PUBLIC REHEARSAL,
SATURDAY EVENING, February 2fl, at a
FOURTH SYMPHONY CONCERT.
Soloist, Mr. WILLIAM MASON. Piano.
Symphony, in G (No. 13, llrcitkopf A Hartel'sedition)Haydn
Coucerto, in C (Koecliol, 4(57), piano and orchestra. ..Mosart
Mr. WILLIAM MASON.
Overture, "Coriolan," op. H2 Beethoven
Suite, No. 2, in F, op. 194 (newl KatT
In Ungvrischor Weise,
Prices of admission as usual. The sale of reserved seats
and tickets will commence this morning at the box office of
Steinway llali. ut O. Schlrmer's, No. 70l Broadway, and at cl
Theatre Ticket office. No. 114 Broadway.
ffilJE BEST, 4* 4 STRANGERS
1 the most I TONY PASTOR'S I Inthe.ity
popular. EXTRA MATINEE should not miss
The best I TO DAY, I visiting this
patronised. I thla Wednesday, at I Theatre to-day.
The favorite. | 2 o'clock. !
Everybody goes. ) To avoid the crowd I A rare chance to
None should I secure seats early >ee a superior
stay away. I this morning. | performance.
<$>
Anew i olvmpig theatbe to-day
BRIC A-BRAC | nt two. The new burleaque "JuBRILLIANT
^OLIO I Bus Onieisr," with a grand olio
TO-DAY I uf lun and novelty by the best eomAT
THE | pany ever seen in America or elseMATINEE.
| where.
RECOLLECT TflE MOST FASHIONABLE.
TONY PASTOR'S The most patronised
J, MATINEE TO-DAY. PEOPLE TURNED AWAY.
<!> ,t> Secure Seats Early.
Mrs asmk l.) m ii andTupils will Thvr a
Grand Centennial Concert, at Steinway llall, on Wednesday
evening, February 23, 187(5.
rpiIK HERALD OF YESTERDAY SAY8
1 apeakiug of "Julius Cna-anr" at Oh mpic Theatre _
<V ?
"The performance affords an opportunity lor many | I
good local hits, to the general amusement of the audienee."
THE GREAT HI KLESyl.E AT MATINEE TOD AIL i'
rpilE PLACE GRAND EXTRA t~ db 1
1 MATINEE Tl'he Pride | "
whore people THIS ol New York
most do WEDNESDAY, |TO.\Y
congregate AT I PASTOR'S T
Is at the 2 O'CLOCK. I MATINEE.
I "OEOFKSSOK WILLIAMS, THK UKKAT PHYCIIOLO ,
J. gist, with hit wonderful experiment*. assisted by ex- |
' nerts, performs in instrumental and vocal music at the great j
I hall of Cooper institute, 4 tli kv. ami Mth *t . on Wednesday i ?
ami Friday evening*, thia week, Fahruary 'id and it. Inter- \ ->
at. laughter uu I profit combined in then* entertainment*. J
C* lOKOKol'S COSTI'MKS. j IN T11E NEW ilLKLKrtoFB
t NEW St'tiNKlvY, | "Julius Cnn??ur," at the
APPROPRIATE Ml SIC. Olympic Tlieatis. Everybody "7
I NOVEL EFFECTS I loud in ita praise. See it at I
ANH the Urand 1 atince to-day.
LOTS OK FIX. | ^ See it. See it.
ORHAN CON'CKKT?CH L'UCH OF flfk HOLY TRlSflty,
Madiaoii ar. and 4id at., second mm, Forty
i i it \l .... -vilernoon, February id, at 4 o'clock i
orginNt, Henry Carter, ul the Triulty church. Now York; y
vocalist, Miss M.J. iletcomb, soprano and double quartet. I
Admiaaiea J'a J
rpo ACCOM MOD A r'h THE CROWD* THAT WER8 A
X unable to train admiaaton to ri
TONV PASTORS THEATRE
en yesterday an extra k,
MATINEE TODAY B
will be given.
\ Mi' \ Mi I THE AL'CCKMS, THE HIT. THE R
A Ft is II1V K | NEW III ICI.KmjI'E, J CLIPS CM A- J
SEN' A ill IN i SArl AI OLYMPIC IHKATKB.
A1 Last _| MATINEE TO-DAY.
V?RICHARD MOLLKNTIAIJKR WILL GIVE IN.
almriion on the piano, or*an and cornet. For par
I Oculars call ator address li East 14tb at. (Lighte A Ernat'i I
plauo rootna). *
1 IJIONY PASTOR'S NEW THEATRE. S
? ALL THfcTiRKAT * *
(Extra STAID TODAY. I Today, j a
I Matinee All the Popular | m k.xtra_ I J
1 to-day. Attracllnna at the I MAIINEt, I ,
1 i to tMar.wwa, 1 I ttAe I I ?
I TO.OAVM i;SiTb'. I 1
I I tUcini * 1 i ??1 I rt%*u th?t 1 I
VeOnciony ILwflrtt# ArtU%* _ Jmo?. ? "'I i .
I thin pOJ.ulM I _oni Sp??*?U'*V,_# V
1 i A?u""v^**'V,t^
? A inSK.M KITS.
lVrOOD8 MUSEUM ' WOODS.
?? THIS PAT.
Qcnoril Admission 3N cent* _
latins* at 3, Evening ( 4
C. T. NIC I lOI.S
in hi* Thrilling Sensation Play,
HiiAKKJiY;
or, The Shadow Detective.
' TNION SQUARE TH KATI'.E "
. Regius at A, ov4'r at !1.
IIKRIDAN SHOOK. Proprietor
M. PALMER Mao agar
?~ THIS WEEK,
AN 92D TO UJOTll TIME 0?
HOSE .MICIIliL.
UNDOUBTED illustrated witli the mi?st elaborate
and beautiful scenery ever
TB1UM1H net upon a stage, and with a
. f-'oat of unexampled etrsngth,
OOTil PERFORMANCE, including tlie following favorite a
nunies:?Meaara. C. K. Thorue,
? Jr.; Stuart Kubaon, Tbeoduio
* " Hamilton, J. 11, Stoddard John
MONDAY EVENING, Peraolle, fcben Plviuptou. T. t.
?? Morris, Lysander Thompson, W.
" Wilder and W. & Qttigley,
?. and Misses Roue Kytlnge. Kanny
FEBRUARY 2A Moraul. Mela Bartlett and Au
gustu Rayutoud.
SATURDAY Feb. 2?, lttth Matinee or ROSE MICHEL.
Seats secured two weeks in advauco
QUOU THEATRE" ~ BROADWAY AND A8D ST.
Ci Mr JOSH HART Solo Proprietor and Manager
lAl'INKKI UNCLE ANTHONY, I MAT1NBM
iATINKE | or Prom the Perlor to the Cabin. | MATINEE
TODAY I The Coin It- Sketch entitled | TODAY
AT 3. I THE OOMINU MAN. | AT 2.
Tiarlea Howard. Prauk Converse, P Murphy, Murry,
eely and Hunnella. The fatuous Murray*,
enuiugs, Macdermot. Wilal an.I
latiuee. The entire company at the Matinee.
I \f AhLACK'S.
rV Proprietor and Manager...Mr. LESTER WALLACE
EVERY EVENINU DI KING THE WEEK
AND SATURDAY MATINEE.
'ill he presented, with new and appropriate Scenery and
ppointmenu, Goldsmith s glorious Comedy of
SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER.
H.ARLES MARLOW Mr. LESTER WALLACE
liber characters by Messrs. JOHN GILBERT. HARRY
i EC RETT. C. A. STEVENSON. E. M HOLLAND. J W.
HA.NNON, W. J. LEONARD, O. E. BDWIN, Miss ADA
'VAS. Mme. PONISI, Mi*. lONK BURKE and MU* E.
IIORNTON.
3 ROOK LYN THEATRE.
Mom. SHOOK A PALMER. .Lease** sud Manager*
UCOESS I Inconsequence ut th* *ucv?*s of this piny II
QUF.F.N | will be given
AND
VOM.lN. I EVERY EVENING THIS WEEK
Miss CLARA JdUKKIS will eppu *r MONDAY EVENING,
eliruary 28.
VeKMANIA theatre?
Jr AD. NEUKNDOKKF Direct**
EVERY NI011T THIS WEEK.
DER VKILCHENFRESSER.
Newest Comedy, ill four acts, by Moser.
T RAND OPERA ~ HO USE ?Li t: ILLE WESTERN.
X 111LS EVENING,
EAST LYNNK.
TO MORROW and KVKRV EVENING during the weak.
THE CHILD STEALER.
iUCILLE WESTERN as MARGARET ROOKLBT
Supported bv J. 11. Stndley and a powerful Company.
MATINEE. SATURDAY at 2. .
General admission. Que.; Gallery, 2i?c.
NO TICKET SPECULATORS AT THIS THEATRB.
J O WEKV Til EATUKMONDAY, EEBUUARY" 21, *
lJ engagement of the great Sensation Actor,
Mr. FRANK FKAYNK,
and his celebrated Kentucky Ride Team.
In the highly successful Drama, SI SLOCUM,
with new scenery and powerful effects. Sig. ENRICO
l'KI/ZO, the great Prestidigitatour Hud Rimoveuator.
pONY PASTOR'S WEIINKSDAY (EXTRA) MATINKB
L THIS DAY, at2 o'clock. The only opportunity of visitig
this fashionable Theatre on Wednesday. This Malinet
> given fur t e accommodation of those who were unable t?
aiu auuiission to hi* regular Matincu yesterday.
MATINEE TODAY.
2AN FRANCI8CO MINSTRELS'I OPERA HOUSE,
5 AN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS' Broadway.
SAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS' | corner 29th St.
IMMENSE HIT. HOUSES 1'ACKED.
JULIUS, THE SNOOKER;
JULIUS, THE SNOOKER;
or.
TUB conspirators of thompson STREET,
ana toe
FUNNY OLD OAL8.
FUNNY OLD OALS.
EXTRA MATIN BE TO-DAY AT 2.
Beats secured. Matiuce Saturday at 2.
iAKKY <S>" ~ ~
A it K Y ?> <f
MONTAGUE. THE ELEOANT 7 TONY
UONTAOUE. VOCALIST, PATOR'8,
HAKKY ? TODAY. THIS
MONTAGUE. DAY.
YTHAT THE TIMES
O of yesterday, February 22, says, speaking of the nets
tccessful burlesque, "Julius Cuius or," at the Olympic Thee:?
'
"The genera) ottline of the play of 'Julius Cmaur' was
adhered to. aud the assitssiuation of Julius Cmsar and
the subsequent orations of Brutus and Marcus Autonlua
were duly reproduced. The scene between Brutus aud
Portia caused considerable mirth by its close resemblance
to ordinary domestic relations, and the hmeral
pyre, which was made to rise through the stage at the
command of Marc Antony, lor the cremation o! an effigy
of Cmsar. was an irresistible funny sight."
* MATINEE TO-DAY AT TWO O'CLOCK. "'
?AHlSlAN VARIETIES; | 16TH 8T' BROADWAY,
veiling, 8 o'clock; Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,
2 o'clock.
EW SENSATIONS. I CROWDED HOUSES. I Best Show.
EW SENSATIONS. I CROWDED HOUSES. | Best 8how.
EW SENSATIONS. I CROWDED HOUSES. I Best Show.
Most popular fashionable resort in New York,
letter Artisia. I Handsomer women. I Greatest novelties,
letter Artists,! Handsomer women.-> | Greatest noveltiaa. *
Must beautiful female models iu the world.
Everybody says so.
* Everybody goeB there.
Handsomest Ballet on the planet.
No one disputes it.
Reasons for our pre-eminent popularity.
Reasons for onr pre-eminent popularity,
THE PARISIAN VARIETIES"IS
school of art. All stars giaduate there. None bat Aral
ass artists are found there. The entertainments are always
ew, original, piquant, spicy aud urtistlc. The stale round ?
f dull, trite, worn-out side shows is avoided.
Only Theatre in New York that gives Thursday matinee.
TtXTRA <S> TONY PASTORS. <g> A
iiXTRA | <g> ?T MASTER
MATINEE I Extra MATINEE T NEWMAN,
MATINEE TO DAY. the Child
TO-DA Y. <g> ? <g> Artist.
TIIATEAU MABILLB VARIETIES, S4TH ST. AND
J ltd av.?The opening a decided success. Huudreda turned
way. Immenne hit of "The Seven Beantles; or, lt'e
aughtv, hat it's Nice." The Spiciest. Naughtiest and Mort
ttraetive Entertainment in New York.
If you le?l dull aud out of sorts.
And wish to climb to heights sublime.
Just visit tise Chateau Mabilte,
Aud you'll havo "a high old time."
MATINEES TUESDAY ANT) THUHSDAY, AT 2.
TeSman likderkraxz,
X
AT THE ACADEMY OP MUSIO.
ORANQ MASyl'KRADE BALL.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1870.
Tickets, at the uanal price aud under the usual restriction?,
an he had from the following gentlemen
C. Godfrey Gunther, No. IB Union squarw
William Stelnway, Stelnway Halt
Em 11 Unget.SO Park place.
Herm. Uhl, New York Btaats Zeituag
Sig. Kaufman, SB Nassau at.
IL Mosenthal. 337 Broadway.
Is. Kaemmerer, 108 Grand St.
W. Rasmus, 20 Exchange place.
H. C. F. Koch, corner 20th at and Soa av
i. Windmuller. German Savings Bank, lithe*.
O. A- Nathustna, 22B Bowery.
L. A. Grass, 130 Chamtiers st.
Peter Ernenweln, 148 Nassau st.
Boxes sold by Schmidt A Curtius. 33 Broad St.
NODWIX. <& # <1
J the TONY PASTOR'S. THB ONLY [
IMITATOR. MATIN KK EXTRA I .
THK TALK THIS WEDNESDAY. MATINEK
THK TOWN. Secure teat* early. tbl? ?*a?oa J
rULIUS ON .?SAr7 T H KOREA T U IT J U LI I 'I
I SECOND C It AND LEV KB Cmeaar ?t the matin** to
TODAY day. Olympic Theatre
AT TWO. X? ItAST
WEEK.?NINTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION Of
J tli* American Society of Painter* In Water Color* now *
>en at th* National Academy of Dctiicn. corner of dlb a?.
nl 23d ?t., dally (Sunday* excepted). from SAM. until 6
M. and from < until 10 V. M.
Will clove Saturday, February 26, 1^76.
PVHHY ACTOR i AT THE MATIXEE TO-DAT,
!i IN MEW YORK ] JULIUS CNrKSAR.
WILL HE THERE I OLYMPIC THK Ai KK
TO DAY. I TDK GREAT SlCKcS.
X^UlV ON 'uriWHlTTlNOIlAM, | 1?> ORE AT f
THE TI1K CHARM INO I A It TIM'S.
DOI'HLB VtH'AL,^T? I The largeit *bow 1
COMPANY. TONY PASTORS. | in tb* world. I
KX1RA WEDNESDAY MATINEE
THIS DAY AI 2 lie prepared lor the ruih.
s RAND TABLEAU ENTERTAINMENT AT 'THE *
T Alanion Mothodlit Bpltcnpal church Norfolk it., near
rand, on Kohruary 22 and 23, commencing at 7 30 P. ML
dmlttance 2.1c.
MVOLI THEATRE. "**
"U? ?t.. between 2d end 3d a**. ?
i*> Cottage, Boituu Jubilee,
Onasln Leech, Krana Naoni,
Uernandex Ravel Pantomime Troop*.
TONY + 1
L PASTOR'S I KIRK an J DRKW. 7 JSXTRa
EXTRA A BDi ill I. . JIATINKK
MATINKE | SIX ENCORES. TO DAY
TO DAY. I THK PEOPLE WILD. | TO-DAY.
r,V^.R.Y??DT I Tn?vUvSJ RLESOL'E PRODUCED
J JV- .V CI. VO?A'{X_J Ul.Yus CNJRSAR.
BEE IT | OLYMPIC. MATINEE TO DAY.
3AXJO, OCITAR, BONO AND DANCE, ITo AND
i clog dancing taught by il. C. DOBSON. i?0 Bowery.
>AI,AIS ROYAL. -.I I'll A \ . 8KTWKLN 2t?.'H AND
i !a? y*llt Pl*c* of rcaorl i? op?n every
renin? iSundav bxpni.i. .i ?. ti ... ? . x,_ i ...
reed tip or all kind*, with :*> mont.*l.'.dy attendant*. ,
R CONdlDKItAriuR OK THBlTuRDRKDi"" Of PRO
pie mat were turned away tram TONY I'AblUl.'l h
lerday an
hiiu. . *^XJRA *VriMRK TO-DAY
1U be fl?en tor the eoeetkl enjoyment or Udiee, etUMm
nd trie Mran rr? now (n tbe "lit

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