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CITY RBAli SSTATB TOR MALE.
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ANKW OCTAGON F Host pull size magnifi
eeutly furniafied Dwelling with exqaislte dining room
txteneion, at an extreme bargain. No. 1 Eul Md it.
tf. K. STEVEN SON. Jr.
EmI 6I<1?.
OR 9ALK?THE CHEAPEST AND BERT PAYINO
Tenement Property in the city, uow paying 1" l?f
* ta vf*
F
wilau fttj.ljmi: houses situated in Water and Cherry ets.;
25 par cent cash or good first mortgage* taken in payment.
WILLIAM S. GAVKV, 4H Blocker at.
Facts and figi'kks nkvkk lie.-circila
tlun of the EVENING TELEGRAM laat weak ???:
Monday. Mny .2 35,200
advertisements, 20 CENTS A LINE.
Tuesday, May J3 33,400
ADVERTISEMENTS, 90 CENTS A LINE.
Wadneaday. Ma* -'4 36,000
advertisements, ao cents a line.
Thuradav. Mw 25 45,000
ADVERTISEMENTS, so cents a line.
Friday, May 26 42.300
Advertisements. 20 cents a line.
Saturday. May -'7 34,400
Total ?2*,200
advertisements, CENTS a line
Daily average MIIW
UKOOKLViV PIIOPERTV KOH sale
AHD TO I.KT.
"V BARliaINT?A FIRST class WREE STORY
A brown atone House, site 211x45, lot 100, built In the
rery beat mannar, first clan lucation on the hill, western
Ilope ol Proapect Park, Hrojklyn, will be aold at a verv
Preat sacrifice lor cash. Address D. J.C., owner, box 4,863
oat office.
Brooklyn.?to let-three Story hiuck
House No. 122 Duffleld at., in unexcoptlonably good
tirder. Apply by note at .VI South at., to THOMAS W.
MARSH ALL, 54 Eaal 123d at.. New York.
LtHOICE FULL iKED CEMETERY lots AT
/ $112; parts in proportion. Inquire at 1.29H Broadway.
LKT BARGAIN? FIRST CLASS LARUE BKOWN
atoue House. all improvements, mirrors, Ac., unexcep
tionable neighborhood. *IM>; alx blocka to ferry, Brooklyn.
BLaTON, owner. 20 Liberty al
PHOPKRTV OUT OK THE t I'l l FOR
SALE OR TO kent.
J^T^A. iTsTEWARTS GARDEN CITY, I. L
TO LET, SEVEBAL ELEOANT and CONVENIENT
DWELLINGS, fitted tor winter and summer residences,
with all the modern improvement*, gardena. Ac.
RENT trow (3.'iUto$t,lXU per annum.
-Apply to W. R. HINsDALE Manager, at office adjacent
to the railroad atatlon.
FIRST CLASS JAMES- RIVER ESTATE OF 600
acres, 0 miles weal, ol Richmond. Va., to be sold at auc
ti' n, by order ot Court tor dlvlaion union/ partner*, ou
June 7, 1*76, upou tlia premises. About 4H> acre* now In
Crops of wheat, oata. clover, timothy unri corn, all or which
atteat the superior i|iialltv of the land; the buildings ?re
ample, ol every aort aud In good order; whole incloaed in
new fence of ben quality with croaa leucea of >aiue quality;
the canal passea through the farm, affording mi.pleat lacill.
tiea for cheap transportation . liuio kiln aud brick yard, with
unlimited quantities of auperlor brlca clay immediately on
the canal: also b< at building aand from an laland, which can
be profitably transported to Kiclimond; terma very liberal.
Fur particular* aeud lor circulara to
Ru iimonii, Va. (.Itl HH.- X WILLIAMS, Auctioneers.
A~T" STAMFORD. i hXN.-BEAUtTfUl COUNTRY
Sent; most delightful aud healthy situation; magulli
cent Sound overlook; everything desirable in city and
country residence combined; price extremely moderate.
Apply at 73 Pine at.
A-TH K B RUE N HOUSE, AT PERTH AMBOY.
? to lease on favorable terms; tbil hotel la in good
srder und convenient to aea bathing aud boating; the ata
tlon ot the L.011K branch road Is near the house. For fur
ther information apply to HORACE S. ELY, No. 22
Pine tt.
A ?FOR SALE, FOR PART CASH AND REAL ES
X\.% tate, tt beautiful Reaidence, in oue ot the finest loca
tions in New Jersey, 1houra from New York; mountain
air; free trom moequltues and perfectly healthy: 10 acres of
|NM! flue lawn: shade treas, frail of all kinds; spring
supplies liou?o with water; bounded on one aide by nover
failing stream ; tar loner's cottage, atablet, Ac ; will be I0ld
at a great sacrifice.
T. S. SHEPHERD, 145 Broadway, room 11?.
Tn EL Ell A vFlioUNTRY SEAT?BARGAIN; FIRST
a*. clana buildluga, five acres, beautiful terraces, Ac.;
?even miles, healthy charming, at $25,000; coat $00,000,
ELSTON, owner, 2U Liberty at.
handsome'NEW COTTAGE.- THREE MINUTES
_'Y from ferry, Staten laland ; garden, fruit, tlowera; water
View, $2,500; alao Cottage, acre garden: abundance
fruit, fl.lHJO. DARRIN, 48 Broad.
A?TO LET, FOR THE SEASON, AN ELEGANT ENG
? llsh Cottaue, on the Shrewsbury River, New Jersey;
keautiful lawn, aliaife and Irult treea. greenbouae, atablea,
raeht, Ac. : rent low. Apply to V. K. bTEVENSON, Jr., No.
i Pine or 33 East 17tb at.
A~ "bargain-farm. 7a aches, near sing sing-.
land nearly all cultivated ; good dwelling aud outbulld
iuga; plenty Irult: only$4,.r>00: terms eaay.
t. OLlVf-R CARTER. 3? Naaaau at., room 11.
FAHMINGDaLK, L L, HOTEL TO LET. WITH
Lease of five years, by buying Hock, crop and fixtures
on farm. Apply to T. BOOTH. 4l>5 Kaat 4atb at.
FOR SALE?A VALUA BLE FARM, CONTAINING 150
acrea of land in a nigh atate of cultivation, large liouae,
abundance ofbmldlnga with modern improrenienta, abun
laiue ot fruit, Ac.; it i? situated on tha Pennsylvania Rail
voail. 1 > minutes' time Irimi Princeton Junction, ouahlll
eoiniuainiing a Hue view of the a irroundiug couutry, mak
ing a very desirable location; terms eaay. Call on or ad>
Iresi J. S. BKRGEN, Princeton J auction. N.J.
F0R SALF.-A NEW JERSEY" HOMhSTEAD, NINE
miles from Now York: desirable In every reapect;
price, $l(l,Ul'. Address OWNEtt, box 10H Herald office.
Grazing farm foh~TjXle?situateiTbetwebn
Little Neck and Hinsdale atatlona, 12 mllea from
Hunter's Poiut, L. 1.. eouiprialng 100 aerea, 90 heinc tilla
ble. In high atate of cultivation; well aet tn meadows,
plenty ahude and water and fruit of all klnda; large double
kouae, with 16 rooma, with neceaaary out buildluga. box
and alngle stalls for 35 huraes. For partleulara addraaa
HENRY COX. Little Neck. L. I.
RANGE REAL .ESTATE FOR SALE; RENT, FUR
nlsbed and untarnished; aeaaon: year.
hamilton A WALLIS. 30 Pine ?t
o
R
IDGEWOOD. N. J ?TO HKNT, HUMMER OR YEAR,
Dwelling; in roumii; 1\ acre*; abundance fruit aud
shade: m>od atabllng: three minute's walk to depot. Applv
to THOMAS J. WALTON, l.euox loinruci Compuf, 158
Broadway. New York.
CUMMEK.-rULLY FURNISHED, GENTLEMAN'S
C5 Residence; nhitdc, stable, water front; wilbont excep
tioii one ol the finest In New Brighton; rent reaeonnUe to
acceptable party. W. A. COLLINS, 2B Pin* it.
ITiO LET?AT SARATOGA SPRINGS,
SEVERAL LARGE and ELEGANT STORES la the
GRAN U UNION HOTEL, fitted with counter*, shalvas and
ga? fixtures.
Alio THE ST. JAM EH HOTEL, on OoD|rtH at., com
plete Ijr tarnished, coulainiiiv about Mil rooms.
Ainu Till. WILBI It HOUSE, on Washington, corner of
Federal it., containing about 40 room*, turnislisd and rsady
lar liiiineillate ociupation.
AUo SEVERAL PRIVATE STABLES, with ooaehmon's
roomaaud ail Conveniences.
Also a NEW CLUB lloUSE, corner of Congress and
Hamilton at?.. furnlshed throughout, adapted for rwttaurant
ami boarding house.
Apply toCllARLKS C. I ESTER, Saratoga Springs, or to
Tilt agent OK A. T. STEWART'S ESTATE; Broadway
and Chamber! at., New York
TO LET-PbR~3r?MLjl7 12 MONTHS?A FURNISHED
House, In beat location in the village of Flushing, at
|?S0t> per annum, worth #1 ,<??i Address Y. Z., Herald office.
TO' RENT-NEAR LONG BRANCH, FURNISHED
Collage. 10 rooms. tl.-UU; one unfurnished. 0 rooma,
UTti. Apply to M, BEt>L, Lodl Maaulaciurlug Co., 06
Curtlandl at.
rO RENT-AT RIVER DALE, ON HUDSON, ftTR
nlshod House, for aeaaou or year. GEORGE H. PE
ritlE. ITS Broadway.
I^O RKNT-FoK THREE MONTHS FRi>M JUNE 20.
Houae; location is with cxteaaive Sound overlook;
;nrden. vegetable and Iruit; atable and carriage honae;
Ivr minutes from depot. Stamford, Conn.: every war de
irable lor aummer reaidrtice. Apply to SAMUEL PES.
IE v DEN. at Stamford. Conn., or No. 73 Pine at., New
-A COMPLETELY PURNlsUED COTTAGE'
vGV'U. lOroouu, 1 acre garden made, frnlt and ahade
;re?a. stable; 1 hour Irom city via Pennsylvania Railroad;
ligation nnohjfctlmiaMe. Apply lo owner, ^55 West 23d a t
REAL ENIMTK TO EXCHAKGM.
For sale or exchange pgr good improved
city I'roperty?A flue Manufacturing Property at Vaa
llorneaville, N Y.; constats of atone mill. 40x?0. country
itore, eleven houses, all in good order. au<l thirteen acrea
ami. For lull psrtlctilara addrcia ALLEN * HANKS,
I'aa Horueaville, Herkimer county, N. Y.
Fcrniturk wanteuTn'exchange por VALU
able Land near St. Louia and near a railroad. Call at
138 Eaat 10th at.
T ARGE, PINE HOUSE ON 5TH AV.?FURNISHED OB
Lj unuraUhed; admirably located; alto improved aad tin
mproveJ Property on Hth av. ami other good streets offered
by the owner to ex hang# for a large productive farm or
Wirnved city or anburban Property. Address PUTNAM,
florald office.
OW N EI: WILL E XC H A NOR rC R NIHH E ? HOUSES
forcaah and other Property or Securities. Address
?JUX 758 Post office.
?TT BUtLDINO.
Fireproof.
Located on Naaasn, Ann and Palton ate.
WANTED-A BROWN STONE HOUSE, 4TII TO 7TH
av., ?JOtli to Both St., in exchange for a One Country
?I'at with handsome houae and buildings all new, aiUoining
lapot, oue hour In New Jeraey ; fruit, ahade, lawn, hedges.
rge photograph with J. STANLEY PERGUSON, 161
Broadway.
io LKT KO U K ISL\ fiEI PIKPG8ES
WKBK81
First Ploor to tot. suitable for bankers, tnaarnnce offices or
is* vers. Will be let tocetber or in parts; be altorsd to suit
tenants If dsslrsd; adapted tor offices or store*.
Reaaonable renta.
Alao soots eligible Lhw office*to let.
APPLY ON THE PREMISES.
Take the elevator. Inquire lor Janitor.
A -TO LET.-THE WELL KNOWN FURNITURE
Salesroom and Warehouse No. 3 Leroy placs
Hleecker at., nesr Rroadway) I. offered oa favorable terns.
Ipply to HORACE H. ELY, No. 22 Vine at.
ARHSTAI "RANT AND LAGER BRER SALOON
tolet. twenty ysara astablislied. Frankfort Houae,
Jtii Willlate at.
Apart. haying a pi rot class retail stork
on cheat nut at., Philadelphia, with light business
*oald let one-half or take a line of floods for Philadelphia
rade. Addreaa O., Herald Philadelphia Branch office.
CIOBNER STORE TO LET. HARLEM, CENTRALLY
J located; 3d av. aud 1 Juth at. ; aultable for any bual
??as; rent low GEO. W. Wi-.LRH, l>!?3 Greenwich at.
OTEAM POWER, WITH WhLL LIGHTED ROOMS,
Q fbr C2'> and upwarda, on Brat and second floors. Apply
lo G. P HALL, 137 Mm st
fo LET?THE STORE IN 477" PEARL ST.. NEAR
Chatham. 75x14; low rent. Inaairo la Kesael'a Hotsl,
475 Pearl st.
TO "let TBRY LOW, OR WILL HELL CHEaP POR
cash, a two-story Bulldm*. rtr>x35. with eugiao and
bullor. alieds and atable. complete; altaated aptown, near
North River. Addreaa PACTOuY. Post olBoe box 3V6I, Nsw
tork
r LET.?THE GI.OCRRY AND LIQUOR STORK Btt
64 Sullivan at., between Broome end Spring ata.. In
Mod order. Apply at 56 East IU3d St., or at L4H1 Rr<>ad
?ay, to THOMAS W. MARSHALL.
Ft LET?THE WELL ESTABLISHED GROCERY
Stsra ?#u: heest comer of 1st av. aad|2Mat; food l>usl
teas lovallty. Apply to WILLIAM F KMiEY. rsal estaia
?ffite.4CM East st.
ET?BARBER SHOP UNDER BELMONT HOTEL*
lion si, with bathroom attached. laqaire offie*>
T?rLJ
"oS*VILLE-TO LET?STORE AMD DWELLING
southeast corner (KM St. Md M sv. ; Juat put In aood
l?i?? lAM Yiidi txetlltil location for saIooh or botcher;
***** M 36 **" 13,94 *? w rHoujL* w
1 r , r%)t
A
DWELLING HOC SKI TO Ut l .
fiiraUhMi.'
A -REDUCED RENTS.?MANY LARGE AND SMALL
? Houses. left over. OCcii. Km. 4 Fine and 33 Em*
17tb st. V. K. STEVENSON, Jr.
P~ urnishbd house to rrnt?fob the summf.b
or longer; rent modirtu |u a private family, Addrass
K. C., Herald Uptown Branch office.
V nfnrn la h?Ml.
A -REDUCED RENTS.?MANY LARUE AND SMALL
J Y . Houses. ieltover UIHce*. Soa. 4 I'ine ami 3> Kant
17tl? sts. V. K. STEVEN HON. Jr.
?TO LET. DESIRABLE dWIlLINiT NO. ?*? wt1i
i av? between '."Jit and 23d ?l?.; latge boose; well ar
ranged and located Cor a hoarding house; can lie obtained
on favorable terms. Apply to itOBACB 8. ELY, No. 2*2
I'ine il
four STORY HOUSE TO LET.?NEWLY PAINTED:
nominal rent this year. Apply to SAMUEL mill1
ken. "JUS We?t 34th >t.
AT low bbnt.-housb in oood order near
Washington Square. Apply on (be premises, 182 Mac
douffal st. ?
rHiNTLEMAN WISHES TO rent HIS HOUSE
and Mil the Furniture, consisting of Library, Parlor,
Dining and Bedroom Sulfa, all nearly now; alio, flne Oil
Paiutiug Bronxes. Statuary, Sllvor, Glass, Ac.; location un
?urpaiaed: rent low. Part lea wlahlnic to buy will address
IlOUhE, Herald Uptown Branch office.
TO LET?A TifiSVKTOB* BROWN STONE DWELL
las >t a very low rent: ooasesslaa can be bad at once.
Inquire at No. 1VI Bast ftWlh at., near Lexington air
rUUHSHEfi KOOMH A MJ APAKTMENTS
TO LET.
A PRIVATE~FAM1LT "WOULD LET~X" FRONT
alcove Room to one or two gentlemen, wltbout board;
ail convenience*; refbreuoes required. No. jSlJiast 4?ih it.
-SEVERAL VERY 'PLEASANT""FURNISHED
a Room*, single or en euite, at 100 3d ??.; terma
reasonable
ALamc bquam mom w Nfion noo?
well lurnialied. with piano if deahrad, for SBper week;
gas, spar oui closets, witb hot and oold water in room and
bath und water cloaot ou name Boor; house private, high
ttoop brown atone. 131 34th it., between Lexington und
4lli ava.
~A SUIf OF BOOM8, NEATLY FTiRN 1811BD, TO
_J.\. let. for light housekeeping; convenient to curs and
stages: all convenieucee; terms low; to adulte only. 4<n>
West :i:td st.
T 128 EAST 18TH ST.. NEAR CLARENDON
Hotel.? Handsomely furnished Rooms to let to gentle
?nen ; terms moderate; references.
~A CHOICE OF FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT
A housekeeping, at reduced rents, to qnlet families, at
214 West 47th si., first house Trout Broadway.
FURNISIIKD FLOOR FOR HOUSEKEEPING TO
let?To a respectable small family; Brst floor. 91
Macdougal st.
HANDSOME PARLOR TO LET, furnished?
Would suit a doctor, dentist, or one or two gentlemen;
splendid location: private family; rent low. 162 West
44th at.
tlORMER ROOM AND BEDROOM, VERY NICELY
) furnlahed; everything corapii'te fcr housekeeping, if
desired. Inquiro at No. 21X1 West 4tith St.
CTiNTBAL PARK.-SPLBNDID FLATS, FURNISHED
J and unfurnished; elevators; modern improvements;
moderate rents. Broadway, corner Mtth st.
ELEGANT FRENCH FLATS?100 WEST MTU ST..
corner; also 71 hast -Villi st , near Madison hv.; all
light. MORRIS B. R AEB A CO., 72 West 34tli st.
IpURNISIIED UPPER KOOM, $2 80; ADAPTED FOR
' a gentleman only; in private residence. No. 6 St.
Mark's place.
FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH EXTENSION, FOR
housekeeping or otherwise. No. 7 Great Jones St.
Call from 1 to S.
UKNISHED FRONT ROOM. iTaLL-ROOM ADJO'lN
ing, together or separately; pleasant. No. 16 Baat IStb
St., near Tiffany's.
FURNISHED?TO OENTLKMEN, WITHOUT BOARD,
large Room, closats, hot and cold water in, 94; rater
once. -23 West 1Mb.
Handsomely furnished rooms, en suite or
singly, to gentlemen or houaekeeplng. Sol .West
34th St.. near Elevated. Terms moderate.
andsomely FURNISHED FRONT, ALCOVE AND
hall Kooms, without Bourd; references. 47 West
12th St.
Larue, well furnished front rooms fob
housekeeping or light bualness: water and gas; rent,
J5 to $6 SO per week; splendid location, 1,291) Broadway,
near HQth st.
"EAR 2D AV.-(imiVoKTAHLE~ROOM FOR ONB OB
two. $5; smaller, S2. 210 East 10th st.
N
Newly fubvisheo rooms?with eveby con
veulnnce. airy and pleasant, for the rammer month*.
20 Weat 9th st.
ONE LARUE FURNISHED ROOM, ALSO A HALL
Room for gentlemen only. 30 Irving place, opposite
Westminster Hotel,
10 LET-TWO LARGE furnished ROOMS, CON
necting; also single Room, without board, in a private
Call at 117 East 28tli st.
TO LET-A NICE BOOM AND BEDROOM. ON FIRST
floor, furnished, for light housekeeping, or Board for
lady. At KS7 6th av., near 39th st.
PKR WEEK.?A furnished FRONT
'PiitJu hall Bedroom to gentleman. 119 West 19th
?t., near 6th av.
SO TO W FOR HOUSEKEKPINO OB QRNTLBMEN
O Handaomelv furi:ished Rooms; house private; all lm?
provemonts. 319 East 13th su, near 2d av. Board if da
?ired.
NICELY furnished HALL ROOM ON
parlor floor; finning water; private family. No.
a Baat 32d st.
5TH AV.'AND 14TI1 ST.-A PRIVATE FAMILY WILL
rent a handsome Suit of furnished Rooms in tbe elegant
brown stone house No. 4 West 14th St.; parlor, three bed
rooms and private bath, together or separately.
K~lrEIKLY FOB~A PLEASANT, LARUE BOOM;
also one for S4. No. 70 7th av.
7 EAST 27TH ST., A FBW DOOB8 FBOM CAFB
Brunswick.?Elegantly furnished Booms for gentlemen
only, without board.
9 EAST 22D ST.?ELEGANTLY furnished 8E0
ond Floor to let, together or separately, without board;
restaurant second door; references.
?jit EAST 2HT1I ST.. BETWEEN 5T? AND MADISON
J.U avs.?Handsomely furnished Booms, all conveniences;
summer prices; references.
' ~WE8T WASHINGTON PLACE.-TO LET TO
gentlemen, without board. Rooms nicely famished.
$5
14
CLINTON PLACE.?FURNISHED APARTMENTS
1U or single Rooms for family or single geutlemen; sum
mer prices; reference.
I 7 EAStToFh ST., BETWEEN STH AY. AND IUNION
If square.?A nice Floor, with all improvements, for a
very low rent; will be furnished if wantea.
I (1 WE8T22D ST.?PLEASANT FUBN1SHED BOOMS,
it7 withont board, en suite or singly; gentlemen or.ly.
no WEST 26TH ST.?NEW AND ELEGANTLY FUR
auO nlabed Rooms; alto a doctor's Oflice; references; one
waek.
WE8T S13TH ST.?LARGE IPRONT KOOM ON
second floor to let; furnished; gas In room.
2U
?>7 WEST 21ST BT.?COMFORTABLE, AIItY, HOME
O I like, newly famished Rooms, with stationary basins,
or respectable gentlemen.
?J(| WKHT ItlTIt HT.? HAMHHJHELI FURNISHED
Ot7 Rooms, to gentlemen or ramlly; private house; teruia
low; Board if drilrcd In adjoining boon.
Al\ WK8T OTH ST., BETWEEN 6TH AND 0TH
T*' eve.?Two ball Bedroom*, nicely famished, very
reasonable.
A t) I'N 1 ON SQUARE.?NEWLY AND UANDSOM KLY
TT-J furoUbail Rooms to let, transiently or permanently ;
reference! exchanx'd.
CO WEST .TJD ST., NEAR broadway.?HAND
mine I'arlor Floor to let, Inrmabed or uufnruiklu-d
fur light buaineaa: aUo other unfurnished Rooms lor houau
keeping; terma moderate.
1 EAST 441,11 HT~ -N^AR GRAND central
iajO depot.?Kooma. furnialrad completely for house
keeping, for small families or single gentlemen; rent 99 to
$H per week. Apply on the premleea or to W. 8. GAVKY, 48
lyeerker at.
O* 11 "wKST iSiTsT.. NKAK 7TII A V.-KU UNIxHKD
JJ+jL Kooma, en aulte or separately, wltbont board; terma
moderate.
OOO WKST BOTH ST., NEAR SEVENTH AVENUE
car*.?A neatly furnished front Room, for a gentle
wan. In amall family.
L'BHMJKN ISH hi I) ROOMS A.\ O APAIIT
ME\TS TO LET.
~sr~?wsim~Aiii> wrvusisw
J.V nUbed. together or separately, in a private family;
rent mwlrrmr. :105 Waat 22d at. Possession.
T~ NO. 34a WttT l&TH ST.-TO LKT-VarLOR
and bnaemeat Floor; excellent neighborhood; near
all tailroads; yard 120 feet. Inquire Ht premises or 10k)
(?rand at.
i7a KtJii tigcrXiRe iioom on segon]d floor for
$!?'> per month; gas. apaclnua closets, with hot and c >l<l
water 111 room, and bath and water cloaet on aame lloor;
houae private, liiirli atoop brown stono. 131 54th St., between
Lexington ami 4tli ava.
FAR LOR AND basement IN BROWN STONE
hiiuae. 11 room*, rent $.15; one of <! room a, rent $22.
Inquire at 3UI East Hid at. W. A- NUGENT.
An rleoant farajOk floor and haskmf.nt
(three roomt deepi to let to a respectable family; sult
able for a doctor or dentist. 121 East 12th at, between 3d
and 4th ava.
A FINE FLOOR TO LET CHEAP. AFFLY AT 18S)
Lexington ay. '
ELEGANT NEW FLATS?4.17 WEST 49D ST.; HALLS
all carpeted: Firat Flat. 7 room*, $40.
}? LEGANT FLATS?# J J To f85; ~BROWN STONE
11 Houaea; apieudld locations; perfect order v all lni.
provementa. OWNER, oiBce, 125 Eaat S4th at
ACTS "AND FimfiTEiT NEVER LIE.?CIRCI'LA
tiou of the EVENING telegram last week was:?
Monday, May j2 .... 35,300
AbVERTISEMENTS, 90 CENTS A LINE.
Tueeday, May 2S. 39.400
AbVERTISEMENTS. 20 CENTS A LINE.
Wedneadav, May 24, 30,000
\l>vkR rlSEMRXTS. 20 CENTS A LINE.
Thursday. May 2\ . 45,000
AI'YEKTISBMRNTS, 20 CENTS A LINE.
Friday. May 2S 42,200
advertisements, 20 CENTS A LINE.
Saturday, May 27. 34,400
Total 2l'8,2iU
ADVERTISEMENTS, 20 CENTS A LINE.
Dally average :w,0H3
BENCH FLATS TO KENT, AT A GREAT RB
duct in* ; oaa at $Sl? and one $IT. Ring second bell ror
housekeeper, 442 West 96th at.
Handsome floor foe housekeeping-five
room-, kitchen. Ac.; 23d St.. 5tli and Mb avs.; rent
$6u. M. B. GOODALE. No. 5 Woe* 23d at.
PLEAftANT AFARTMBNTS COMPLETE FOB HOVtB
keeplnir; four Sleeping Roams. Dining Rooms, Kitchen;
northwest corner of Broadway and SSd at.: unoxceptloneblo
reference*. Particular* at No, 7 West 3Sd st. Also largo
Booms for gentlemea. $10 per month.
SECOND FM/OK TO lkt?AT NO. S LB roy ST..
with bath and hot and ooM water; reat $J.Y
TO let-S! OoND FLOOR (FOUl ROOMS) OF PBI
vaie houae 50 l.eroy at.
r LET?FL<>"oR?,~ "FOUR ROOMS (WATER IN TUB
J ~ ??'"a new Brat claaa tenement houses No. M,
w East Broadway, betwoen Fiks and Market st*., at
reasonable rent Inquire at No. W or the houeekeeper.
fllo I.KT ?F A KI.or FLOOR AnT>~~BASBMBNT~OF
X houae No. 48 Great Jon., at,; reat. $46 per moath.
Apply on the premise*
TO LET?THK SECOND AND PART OF THIRD
Floor to a family oi Malta; all a odor* Imhiihis
aa MU. with owner, 316 Eaat 10th st. H
UNFURNISHED ROOMS AffD APART
MENTS TO LET.
riito LKf^rpAK 1.6r room" and Ttffkfi' FLo6k, Off
X furnished. 80 Berkiuan place.
TO LET-UNFURMISRKD,~nT0E THIRD FLOOR, IM
stoop houso ; private foully; rent 930 per mouth.
?47 Writ 34tli at.
mo LBT-KIKtrr FLOOR, fIVS BOOMS; JljbL LiUHT
J. Hint in k<><4 order; k*>. waler, closet. Ac. No. SOI tith
av., corner 30th at.
TWO~VBRY PLEASANT VNrPMUUD ROOMS TO
I'l at low rant. Inquire at 325 '.J a*., uear lMtb st.
AND 4 RUOMS FOR $10 AND 915 I'KU MONTII.
"all *t HI Wave rip.? place.
in WEST 9TH BETWEEN 4TH AND ?TH AVS.?
t " Unfurnished Hark Parlor and Extension; all couvo
iiioncei; also two furnished Bedroom*. __
TAf lAHT l?TH ST., AWOttOtf ffH AV., ABB
J *'l near Union square.?First Floor to let reasonably
to i family or for business.
west ami st?first floor, to let, five
jU Kooma In flrat class order: rent 93U
y A
O c
120
thlt Cltv and Hrooklvn.
A WIDOW LADY. HIGHLY RESPECTABLE, DE
A sires two or three untarnished Rooms l.etweeu 1 *?tli
aud 40th sts.. 4th and 8th are.; ranat not exceed #1- per
mouth. Addrea* F. 0., bos ISO Hera|d office.
WASTED?BY A SMALL PRI VATE" F AM ILY. TB K KR
story hitch atoop llouaa. in perteet order: rood neigh
borhood, centrally located, between 10th ami ">mli *t?.; rent
IP 1.000 to $1,200; would lease two to lire year* If euited.
Address S. (J., box 3.143 Poet offica. Mew York.
Wanted?by am ambbkiav widow and son,
a liouae to take charge of or some position of trust.
Addreaa S. L. L, box 137 Herald office.
WANTED?TH KBR STORY BROWN STONE HOUSE
between 30th and -45th sta., near 4th av. N1COLL,
145 Bowery.
WANTED?A FIRST FLOOR 0F"f1vE Oil SIX
unfurnished Rooms, with bath, separate g?s meter and
roiivenicucca for light housekeeping. in beat locality aouth ot
4 >tli at. Address, with particular*, L. M. 1'., box 132
Herald office.
In the Country.
AITANTED?FOR SEAMjN, BY RESPONSIBLE PRI
TT vale family, a plainly furnished Cunmr.v liouae; witbln
im hour of city; low rent. Addreaa M., box 140 Herald Up
town Branch office.
BOARDERS WASTED.
sifitECsi no lb TRSomST Molin KXWnHc^BSs
X, between Broadway and oth nr. 107 West 44th st.
References.
sUTt OF ROOMS, PRIVATE BATH. CLOSETSTTC"
with private table or without board; Rooms for gentle
men ; references. 3U East 20th at.
"I BAST S?D ST.?A PBIVATB FAMILY WILlT LET
_L two Rooms with or without board; referenced.
BLOOkTrOM MADISON SQOARE, 7o4 EAST J3D
st.?Well furulshed Rooms, with good .Board; luioutr
prices: references.
BLOCK FROM MADISON SQUARE. NO. 1 If* EAST
23d st.?First class Rooms, with or without Board; per
manent or tranaient * terras moderate.
1 LARUE 1IOOM AT $14. ONE AT ?H>, ONE AT *18
to let, with Board, for two; table tint class; references
exchanged. 51 West 11th st.
<J? 1 TO~$2 PE-R DAY, ?l TO ?10 PKK WEEK; FINE
<iD.L Rooms, with excellent tablet families and single.
17A Bleecker st., near Broadway. Croquet gronnd.
1ST HOtfSB, STU YYBBaNT PARK, aisf'lfcAST 15TH
at.?Handsomely furnished Rooms, with excellent table;
terms moderate.
4) 1>IjOOK FitOM U1LSEY HOUSE ? SUPERlOR A0
commodations, with or without Board. No. 13 West
~ttth st.
2D AV? 354.?A PARTY OF GENTLEMEN OR <?KN
tleuien and their wives can Im accommodated with
Bourd aud pleasant Rooms.
<y~BLOOKSFROM BROADWAY LARGE AND SMALL
Rooms to lot, with first class Bo*rd. 0 3Eam 4tli st.
(J> J TO $5.?BOARD. WITH NICE "rooMsT TWO
'JP*X gentlemen and one lady; a married couple can have
a nice reception Room; terms very low. 353 West 35tb st.
4~~tTTst., 2H EAST.?TWO VERY LA It OK AND COM
lortably furnished Rooms to lot, with whole or partial
Board
r PROSPECT PLACE. EAST 41ST 8T.. NEAR EAST
(J River.?Fino accommodationa 'for fanilliea or others;
good Board; fine locution, high and airy; teripa low.
5TII A v., o5-j7 OPPOSITE THE BUCKINt) HAM lIoTEL.
Suits of Rooms, elegantly furnlsned, with private
tables.
(W? FOR SINtiLK. $12 FOR DOUBLB ROOMsT'w 1 TH
?]pU first class Hoard; Union square cars paas. 43 7th av.
<S*U -GOOD HOARD. NEATLY FURNISHED ROOMS;
?PU. excellent tablu; gas. batb; homo comforts; Ameri
can family. No. 4<Jl We?t 23d st.
1 A WAVERLEY PLaCB. NEAR BROADWAY?FRONT
JLU Rooms, from $14 to $20 for two. with Hoard; single
Rooma $7 to $9; transient people taken; table Board $4.
TlilsT.. 27? WEST.?KLBUANT ROOMS?EN SUITE
and singly, with Board; location central and desira
ble ; references.
"1 A WEST 2STH ST.?HANDSOMELY FURNYsIIBO
It Rooms to let. singly or en suite, on the first and second
floors, with or without Board.
d?1,4 PEH weer-larqb room, NICELY FUR
ij)i X nitlied, suitable fur gentleman and wife or two
gentlemen; alao largo halt Kooma, 97 per week ; Hnl clam
table and family sin *11; location Drat claaa. 23* West 43d
at., near Broadway.
fft CL!NTON~PLACE, BETWEEN BROADWAY AND
lO University place.?Suit of Rooms. with or without
Hoard; reference.
-l7?? *T.,T8 WE8T.-NICBLY FURNISHED ROOMS,
iU with Hoard or breakfast; only 97 to 9H i>cr week;
house newly painted and furnished.
west ltrni rt. ?bpaoioba, ? elec.a nt~rooms
with superior Bonrd; house extra wide; desirable for
aummcr; large hall Room ; cioaet.
nfll 8T., 61 .we?t7?h'aTnDHOM E LY 1FURNISHED
Roonia, with Hoard, for partlea seeking genteel uccom
niodatlons; tertna moderate.
n_EAST aTsT^.^i^EASANT FURNISHED ROOMS,
with or without Board; private family; terms mode
rate ; reference*.
"I Q EA8f~33D ST.?ELEGANT SUITS TO LBT FOB
J.O the summer; alao tranaient Buardera accommodated ;
house Hrat claaa; references.
Oft? ST.. 201 WK8T.-TWO BO>.MB~TO LET, WITH
&\J Board, In a small family; prices modeyito.
o'.lli ST.. in WEST, NEAR UTH AV.?A DESIRABLE
&Zd Room, with Board, for one or two periona; terms
moderate.
20 WEST 32D ST.?DESIBaBLE ROOMS, WITH
O Orat claaa table, in a comfortable h?uae.
<T)(\ CLINTON PLACE.?FltON f ROOMS' WITH
Zi\) Board, for families or partlea of gentlemen; 912 to
$18; single, 90 to $?*: newly pointed and furnished.
OO WEST II2TH ST. ? WIT H~~BOARD,' ~H AN DSOMB
iaO Kooma on second floor; reference.
()Q WK8THTH ST.?LA ROE ROOMS #14. 91". 918 FOR
two, with Board; house and table Aral clasa; table
boarders accommodated
OO EAST 22D _ST.. HBTWKEN HROADWAY AND
O'' 4TH AV.?With Board, Kooma en suite and singly;
reference*.
CLINTON PLACE. NEAR BROADWAY.?DE
0?> airable large and amall Rooms to let. with Board, at
ft) and upward.
?JS? 35,~37 WEST 14TH ST., KKPT HY ENOLISil
OO. lady.?Ronms, with Board, permanent or trauiient;
house accommodations first class.
?JO OOTTAOK PLACE. CORNER WEST-HOUSTON
00 st.?Neatly furnished Booms, with or without Board;
gas, bath.
oTtII ST., NO. 244 WEST.-IIAND8OMBLY FUR
Ot niahed Rooms, erery couveuiencu. to let. with or with,
out Hoard; summer priccs; table Board; references.
s7/j~ CLINTON PLACE.?ELBQANTI.Y FURNISHED
00 Rooms, lor married or single, with or without Board;
tranaient or day boardera taken reasonably.
A ft BAST 3STU HT.-UAN DSOM KLY FURNISHED
t' " large and hall Boom ; good table; terms moderate.
I Q WEST T5TH 8T.-P LEA8ANT ROOMS, WITH
tO good Board, at moderate term-.
A Q WEST 10TH ST.. BKTWKK.N 5TH AND HTH AV8.?
~TU Large and small handsomely luruished Rooms, with
Board.
C A WEST 10TII ST.. "BETWEEN 5TII AND ?TH
UT ava.?Elegantly furnished Rooma to let, en suite or
singly, with or without partial Board; modern Improve
ments; private family; rererencea.
/J ;r IK VINO PLACB^HANDSOMF.LY FURNISHED
')?/ suit of Kooins on parlor floor to let. with or without
board; alao other K fins.
IIO Sa"T 171H ST.. NEAR UNION SQUARE.?
II ?/ Rooms, with Board; low rates; transient and table
Board.
01 C EAST 84T1I hT. ?LAlUiE~SECOND STORY
front room, with or without Hoard, to gentleman
or gentleman nnd wife; all modern Improvements.
Ol WEST 43D ST~ NEAR BROADWAT. ?A
handsomely furnished second story front alroTo
Room; alao two Rooms for ger.tloinen; tablu good; moderate
price.
OOl \ ~WBdT 25TH ST?LABOR SECcTnD 8TOBY
?dsj'? Room, furnished or unfurnished, with Board; alao
Reception K.miu.
*>'-M WEST 4TH ST.. CORNBR~OP HIT 11.?ROOMS
jut to let. with good Board, nicely furnished; also
day boardera accommodated; ros^ectaMe partioa only.
OOi WEST lHT'l 8T ?ROOMS lO LET, WITH
Out Board, on reasonable terms
QUIBT UENTLEMAJTAND WIFE OB TWO GEN!
tiemen will find superior Board ami Rooms, newly fin
ished and furnished. In a private family, at the pleasant,
central location 4-t East j:id at., near Maillaon nv.
CioSEY BOOMS TO BENT. WITH BOARD. 311 BAST
J 13th at.; terms moderate.
D~OUBLK ROOM. 44TU ST., BETWEEN BROADWAY
and Oth av., superior Board, $10. Addresa SUMMER,
Herald Uptown Branch office.
BLEUANT ROOMS; FIRST CLASS BOARD; MURBAY
Hill, near 34th at.: private family; reasonable prices.
Address boa 2,.Vxi Post office.
Madison av., ias.-elegantly furnished
Kooms, en suite or alngly, tor gentlemen or gentleman
and his wife, with or without board.
O gilARliB.?PARTIES IN SEARCH OF FIRST
? claaa boarding accommodations call at SANDS' Board
directory, 1,11*3 Broadway, second floor.
PHI LA DELPHI A.?'THE OOM FO RTS OF HOME IN
a first claaa neighborhood, at reasonable charges. Ad
dresa 301 South Htli at.
Pleasant rooms and <io<>i> board with pri
vate family, without children; all Improvements;
terms low. ana St.. t'/o blocks below 14th st.
MOAUO AND liduiit u. VV A.Vl'ED.
A FRENCH" OKN rLtfMANrhJiHLoYfcD BfeTwEkit
JX. H and H, desires Board la a strictly private r?mily; will
give part of evening to teach French if c>>mpensation ia
offered. Address A. D. C? Herald oMee
Board wanted-w;itii a re~8~prctablm pri
vate Jewish family, for two adults and three children,
youngest seven year*; three roonia required. Addresa, with
teriua and particulars. TfaMPLE, Herald Uptown Mranch
omm.
Wasted??y a lady, boaTiuTon west side, in
respectable aeigkbortiood; prlee mast be m.xtera.s;
can furniah own room complete If desirable. Addresa A. A.
H., box 1M I'er.ild office.
"WTANTED?FURNISHED ROOM, WITH BOAxO. FOB
If 9A a week, with Americana, by a young Herman gen
tleman ; widow preferred. Address D. Z, Herald ofltoe.
WIaMTED-BY a IX)NK LAUr, IN A RESPECTaIl?,
qnlet iioase. ? pleasant Boom, with or without Board.
BOARD A1K1? LODOIHO WAITTKD.
WANTED?BY A MARRIED LAD*1 ANDlfricR. A
plcAJiunt iUiom, with HoMrd, In ? quiet faintly;
not cun$ nr?d to ?nr purticuUr location. Addre**, MAting
term*. vfhich must b? v?ry re??onaUi?. B. M. A., 11 or aid Up
town Hmnch ortice _____
WANTB'D?A YOU.NO MAW TO SHAKE A I-AKOR
furnished front >1?; Bdri if reqaifod. 300 w?M
27th ?t., rtonnJ flight.
Hgpygrgg^ ? ~
AI.WAV8 OPEN.-PRANKFORT~ HOC8E, CORNER
Frankfort and ffillltm sis., 35c.. 50a., 91; gentlemen,
families.
A" T nkW ENGLAND HOTEL. 80 BOWERY.?ALL
11Ktit. single Rooms; liodtltp, Mia. nightly, $3 week
|jr: tor gentlemen only.
BELMONT HOTEL, FULTON ST.. NEAR BROAD
way,?European plan; rooina .V) canta upward; laiolly
ruoma. Always open.
Grant house. 4m new bo we by-iso booms ;
familial, 75c., $1,(1 5O; gentlemen, 25c. to 50a. Al
ways upon.
HOTRlYt. aBRMAINTftTH AV., 23D BT., BBOAD
way.?Unsurpassed location aa to aeceee to entire city;
Ko'ma and Board reduced. $3 par day: European plan laaa;
elevator, batha, Ac. WM Q. TOMPKINS, Proprietor.
SUMMIT HOTEL. 05 MOWERYT cORNRR canal ST.,
george UUEl-'KKKT. Proprietor.?European plan:
new aud elegant appointments; Bourna by tba day and
weak.
COUNTRY BOARD.
"a FEW BOARDERS CAN find PLEASANT ROOMS.
A with excellent Hoard, In tba delightful village or
Sharon, Conn.; communication by Harlem Railway. Addreaa
Mrs. T. L. HAHI*. References?Dr. Falling, 968 Broome ''t.,
or Professor i4. T. Westervelt, corner !<4h a*, and 15Uth at.
fwilITE PLAINS!?FABM HOUSE; LIGHT. airy
loom*; healthy location, high gronnda. One lawn, pleaa
nnt shade; comfort* of a home. Address Mrs. THOMAS
UOH'ION, White Plaint, Westchester aoanty. or lnqalra of
DANIEL P. IIORTOX. 20 Warren at.. New York.
GENTLEMAN *AND wifb CAN BR ACCOMMO
dated with llrat claH Board in a private family; bouaa
situated near Lnns Branch, on the Shrewsbury River. Ad
dreaa A. G., 14 Dey st.
LIMITED NfJMBBR OP 8INOLR BOABDEBS OR
families can And the comforta of a qniet country home
iu a healthy location, near depot on D. C. It. R.; terma mod
erate. For partieulari addreaa V. P. LEBOY, Bengali,
Dutchess county. N. Y.
Board on thb Hudson river at coxsackie
12 miles above Catsklll; private family; house and snr
roundliiKa first class. Proprietoroaa be teen to-day at No. S
East 0th st.
Board at a fabm -house, sis miles up tub
Hndaon: rood table; terms moderate; reference given.
Addreaa GLENWILLOW, Herald Uptown Branch office.
B() VKD~W^TK i> -FOR ORNTLKmTn-WIFE, TWO
chlidret- and nurse, with strictly private family, iu high,
healthy location, near New York; must havo really good ac
commodations; references required. Address G., box 4,045
Post office, giving full particulars.
B7)AKD_i1Tr0C1CLVND COUNTY ON A FARM-ONE
mile iro n Spring Valley depot; one hour by rail; boat,
iug and bathing. For photograph and particalara call at
No. 142 West 4Sth St.
(CHILDREN CAN RECEIVE BOARD AND GOOD
J care on a farm near the city. Address HILL, Herald
office.
C10UNTRY BOARD?20 MINUTES BY CENTBAL
) Railroad, foot of Liberty at.; boating and Billing. Ad
dress Mr. D. VAN HORN, box 30 Post office, Green
ville. N. J.
(?10UNTRY BO A It D W ANTED?FOR GENTLEMAN,
J lady and servant, with a smalt, refined family, living
In hilly region. In own house, and where there are uo other
boarders; liberal price for'best accommodations; stabling
tor horse* required. Address, with particulars, O. B.,
box 110 Herala office.
CCOUNTRY BOARD WANTED?BY A SINGLE GENTLE
J man of respectability and refinement; within one hour
from Wall st. communication by boat preferred: place must
lie free from mosquitoes: good Board and agreeable society
indispensable; references exchanged. Address, stating
terms and full particalara, A. W. 0., Herald office.
C10UNTRY BOARD AT MOUNT PLEASANT, N. J.?
) Fine farm house; good table and comfortable rooms;
terms#7 a week: parties met at depot by sending word.
Reference?T. M. Harris, Nassau Insurance Company, 173
Broadway. Now York. Address WM. A. ACKERMAN, Al
lendale, Borgen county. N. J.
(COUNTRY BOARD IN A SMALL FAMILY?HOU8B
J pleasantly situated, only flvo minutes' walk from depot,
66 miles from New York; terms moderate. Address Mrs.
PLAYER. Mano-vllle, L. 1 or T. M. GRAVES, 235 West
lflth St., New York.
COUNTRY BOARD?URST CLASS IN EVE^KY l'AB
tlcular. at Westport, Conn. Inquire of D1CKEBSON,
30 Dey St., New York cltr.
CCOUNTRY BOARD-15 Ml.i'UTKS FROM GR?ND
J Central Depot; pleaannt Rooms, excellent table; piano,
croquet: price $7 aud 9S; 10 minutes' walk from cars and
boat. Call on or address A. CASEY, Hiirhbridgo, N. Y.
CCOUNTRY BOARD.?SMALL FAMILY QN THEIR
J beaut mil country seat near Montrose; flvo min
ute* from Morris and Essex depot and one hour from city;
will take one or two families only; every modern improve
ment; 200 feet ot plasia; shade, lawn, fruit, fountains;
keep horses, carrtasoe and coachman: alio extra room for
horses and coachman. Address box 2,000 Post office.
Hudson river board.-fine situation; high
grouud, modern improvements, Croton water, lawns,
garden, stxbles, fine drives; Sfti minutes oat, ten from depot;
terms moderate. Address C. D.. Port Washington.
MONTCLAIR, N. J.?BOARDERS WANTED?NEW
house. splendidly located, nicely famished; modern
Improvements: 10 minutes' walk IVom depot; terml mod
erate. E. C. Fuller'? llouae. Orange road. Address Mr?. E.
HOME.
n~o~entral railroad, ao minutes from lib
erty at ?Handsome Rooms, shady grounds, ?tabling
accommodation*; $7 to (10. Box Port offlce, Greenville.
N. J.
SARATOGA BOARD WANTED.?A GENTLEMAN
will pay a large price for Board In a strictly lint claas
vtte family; no boarding house will receive atteutlon;
stabling required. Addreu MERCHANT, box 157 Punt
iiItlce, Brooklyn.
SELECT COUNTRY HOARD~FOR THREB OR FOUR
persons of reilnement can be had within 10 miles of
Philadelphia, during the Exnosition. in a private literary
fattily; trains honrlv; bathing, boating. flsMng and excel
lent water. Address M., box 42 Ilerald Philadelphia Branch
otUre.
SPHINOF.ELD. MASS-COOL. DESIR ABLE "ROOMS
for tbesnutmer; modern Improvements; shadv vard;
private family. Address L M. WARNER, 29 West Utlb St.,
New York.
TirANTKb-MOAIlD AT NYACK, BY GENTLEMAN
?? wile. Infant and rervaut, In large, shady house, buy
ing some land, not very far from steamboat landing; terms
must be moderate. Address, stating full particulars. NEW
YORKEK. box 180 Herald office.
TIT ANTED?A FAMILY OF 6 OR ?" ADULTS, OR
M 4 couples; splendid accommodations and table;
stnbling; terms from $6 upward. Address box 427 Poet
ollico. Orange. N. J.
SIMMER RESORTS.
?THE 9fUM MfeR' C A PfTAL, '
LELAND'S
OCEAN HOTEL.
LONG BRANCH,
will open oarlv In June.
CHARLES A WARREN LELAND.
Bath hotel, hatii, l i.?open for the season ;
elegant sea bathing, flshlug. Ac.; musquitos or fever
and ague; Cottage, niue rooms, also to let, on the grounds.
C. A. HUNTING. Proprietor.
Bridgeport, conn.-ueorgk hoteL, black
Rock Beach, opeus June 2U; house and furniture new;
most dsllghtlul situation in America; flshlug. boating,
bathing, clam-oakc*. shooting, driving, fruit and poultry;
t?rm attached ; rates moderate. For circulars and partirn
I art address GEO. A. WELLS, Bridgeport, Conn., or W. L.
MILLER, No. flOl Broadway.
QLARENDON BOTHL :
Saratoga Springs,
will be open for reception of guest* Jon* 1. Board, June
and September, $21 per week; transient rates, 94 SOpor
day.
Rooms can be secured at Rossmore Hotel, New York.
CHARLES E. LELAND, Proprietor.
C~ntNTRAL HOUSED NEWTOWN, CONN.?HIGH
) ground, beautiful drivel; healthiest and- pleasantcst
town In New England.
CToZZE N 8' H AMI I .TON HOUSE, STAMFORD, CONN
) Gjis and water In every room- high grouud; perfect
health; fine drives; bathing and Ashing.
CAolk?an^k>T'se. far hockaway. l- I., is now
J open for the season; Brsi cUis accommodatlnus for
permanent and translint guests, taken at reduced rntrs to
July IS. JOHN J. COLEMAN, Proprietor.
Forest house. ? UDDS LAKE. N. J., now OPKN;
pure mountain air, splendid boating and fishing.
A. BROWNSON, Proprietor.
Hotel frnimobe, cooprrstown. n. t?
will open for the season Jnne 1ft. This hous? is nsw
and contain* all modern Improvements and conveniences;
Rooms and Board may bo secured at W. U. Baremore's, No.
SBO.'ith ??,, corner ?Hh St., Now York, where plans ol ths
house cun lie examined, or by letter addressed to
WILLIaM II. HOWARD, Managur, Cooperstown, N. Y.
Lenox house. Greenwich, conn?first
class In every particular; absolutely liealthv; no mos
quitoes ; central. ADOLPII RUTJES.
ORIENT POINT HO USB, ^ \
Orient Point, L. I., now open, situated on the extreme
end of Long Island, fronting on the Sonnd and Gardiner's
Bay. only a moment's walk tu ths water; fine eea bathing,
driving nud sailing; fishing excellent. Send for circular.
Stephen 1*. Conkiln, superintendent.
W. B. I'AKSONS A CO., Proprietors.
PAVILION HOTEL, NEW BRIGHTON. 8TATEN
I six Mil, N. Y.?Now open; special rates for May and
June. Call on or address ft. F. COLE.
PLBBHRPONT HOUSB. OLD LYMR, CONN.-NRW
and elegant seaside resort. See Harper's for February.
Baud lor circulars. A. J. PRASE A CO.. Proprietors.
UIOHFIELD SPRINGS,?SPRING HOUSB OPKN 1ST
J uno; terms, gl.'i to II& Rheumatism and goat cared.
Illustrated circular free.
The lakr house7~at mohkgan lake, will bb
open lor the season for tammor boarders. Address U.
W. COLE, Pseksklll, N. Y.
THE CLARENDON, SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y.
Ths Clarendon will be open for reeoptlon of guests Juno
1; Rooms may be engaged at ths Ross more Hotel or at
Delavan House, Albany; terms $21 per week lirJvne.
CHARLES E. LELAND, Proprietor.
rUE OLIVER HOUSE, AT BERNARDSVILLB. hTTZ.
Sixth season of this healthful summer homo, where
luxury, comfort and bappinoas and good health can be en
Joyed at a moderate price by from 35 to ?> select guests.
Rooms can be secured by applying to F. OLIVER. Proprie
tor. References-A. V. Stout, Shoo and Leather Bank:
Rev. Bishop Janes. Now York,
TIFpaN ZKE HOUSE, NYACK-Oh-THBHUDSON,
will opsn In June. Rooms can now be secured on tb?
promises or -*!? West 32d St. W. P. MONROE.
VVATCHKS. JEWELRY, mC.
At 77 BLEECKER 8T. NEAR BROADWAY.-MOjfBf
advanced on Diamonds, Wafcbea, Jewelry, Ao.; also
Pawnbrokers' Tickets bought of Diamonds, Watches, Ac.
77 Bieeckor sl
American7>>ricE.-$75,<x?? diamonds, watch
es. Jewelry, Silverware, Valuables. Ac., bought, sold
and exchanged. Loans effected. Established 1*34.
Jj H. BARRINGER, Dealer. 7:t5 Broadway.
AT mi broadway," CORNER 4TH ST.?DIAMONDS
Watches. Jewelry, Silks, Laces and Pereoaal Property
of every description boaglit aad sold. Loaas negotiated.
JAMES P. MATTHEWS.
A LADY HAS TO DISPo-B or, .AT A GREAT
sacrifice, a diamond set of Earnogs and Pin aad a line
u?td Watch and Opera Chain. Call on or oddroac Mrs. C.
Taylor, No. >44 Wsst 17th St.
\fONEY ON^dTTmoNDS. FURS. AC.-DIAMOND*;
X?A Watches, Jowelry. Silverware, samels' hair shawls,
seal Macques, Lacos, Silks. Ac., bought, aad sotd back,
when desired.at a very small advaaoa. GEO. C. AI.I.EN,
Jowoller, l,lwu Broadway, aoar itMA si>
iMVianm.
tt? lilinUd Mid P*P?1* ?jUsta,
, ^ MR. AND MBS W J. KLOBEWCE,
l< *h?lr (mom orl|ital laHnoMliNi of BARD WELL
IS LOT K and Mr*. Otunl GILPLORY, la the successful
Am ericas coined jr of the
MIGHTY" DOLLAR!
EVERT btknimP'and p?atubday matinke.
5
TH AVENUE THKaTBE.
satubday matinee,
June ?. et 1 :*) o'clock.
Lul Met 1dm of WQ01.
5Til AVENUE THEATRE.
PiUHWH and Muipr Mr. AUGUSTIN DALY.
POSITIVELY LAST NIGHTS Of
AU0U8TIM DALY'S GREAT FLAY Of TO-DAY.
SATURDAY, JUNE 3.
PIQUB1 POSITIVELY LAKT MATINEE. _
VRttiratjr night, June3, Mr. Httpbia lUk?'> benefit.
fjTU AV. THEATRE.
Saturday night, Juno 3.
SATURDAY night, junk ?,
Benefit of Mr. Stephen FUkt.
A irreHt UoiuMy Bill.
fkou PBOU I
MlH Davenport a> Froa-Frou.
SIAMESE TWINS.
Brougham and Davldgo aa the
Twin
jenny lind.
J aa. Lewis and Miss Davenport.
SOL SMITH RUSSELL.
THE MADKIOAL BOYS.
PARK lURATBE. broadway AND UBD ST.
last NIGHTS.
REDUCED I ADMISSION. I EVENING at 8.
BUMMER SO and J5cent.. WED. MAT. AT 2.
| PRICES. I RESERVED Sr. ATM. $1. I SAT. MAT. at St
Renewed luocau of the irreat actress.
Mrs. G. t;. HOWARD.
la her original wonderful creation of TOPSE Y la
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN."
Mr. O. KUNKKL. Mr. O. 0. HOWARD, BIJOU HERON
and the reralar company
SLAVIN'S GEORGIA (colored) JUBILEE SINGERS
la the well-nigh forgotten old time Plantation Melodies.
NOW only SUNG BY THEM.
In eecond act, Qleetiug'e Panorama of the Mississippi.
LYMPIC THEATBR, " ifcM broadway.
0
PRICES.?General Admission, 2.V.; family circle, 15c.;
reserved seats, 60c.; parlor sola chair*. SI.
The greatest of all Pantomimes, the orlglaal
HUMPTY DUMPTY,
The New York favorite Irish comedian,
? Mr. PAT ROONhV.
THE wonderful GIRARDS.
THE GRAND BALLET TROUPE.
MarnlUcent 8cenery, Continues and Appointments.
brilliant TRICKS AND transformations.
EXTRA.?Qn Monday next first appearance In America of
the distinguished Opera Koull'e artistes from the leadhig
French theatres.
Miles. DELPHINE AND JULIE PaHCAL,
who will appear in the petit Oocra bv M Paul Henrlon, en
titled, PAOLA AND PI ElIIO.
Tony pastob'b new theatre,
387 Broadway,
TONY PASTOR Sole Proprietor
THU FRIDAY MATINEE,
EXTRA EXTRA
attraction. <$
The Greatest Ethiopian Quartet in the World,
WAYNE AND LOVELY,
J COTTON AND BIBDUR.
These celebrated artist! have volunteered to appear In
order to afford the members ui their prolestdun and the pub
lic in general an opportunity of seeing ..nd Judging of their
new and novel act. and to prove to the world that they aro
worthy to be called Amorica's Representative Bonn and
Dance Artista, and competent to represent her In Eagland
as THE CHAMPION AMERICAN TEAM.
For 'this occasion only, their last aopearaucn In America
(aa they sail to-morrow for Europe), they will appeal In
their ajew and original act,
t HOTOH POTCH
Comprising the whole school of sonir and dance, and Intro
ducing Travelling Back, 2 Fat Girls, Era?tus and Huukl
Dori. Remember, one appearance only, at the
MATINEE THIS ORIDAY) AFTERNOON.
The Premier Ventriloquist Harry Bryant, Jennie Engel,
Minnie Geary, Daa Nash, Billy Gray, Harry Phillips, Harry
Montague.
Parisian varieties, i matinee to morrow,
akisian varieties. I matin he to morrow.
Ernliir #8. I 16th it. and Broadway, i Afternoon at 2.
Coolest ana best ventilated Theatre la New York.
Attraction* greater than ever I Shines over all.
hour* | Pnnny and Krenoby | 1(XI Star Artists.
IS New Acts. Original, Spier and Piquant.
A Honeymoon at Bocltaway.
Mile. Bertha,
Minnie Harrisoa.
Frank Hwyry,
Emily Prioh,
George AtkiM.
Tableaux Vlvant*, I Senor Le Clair,
Handsome Ballet, I Senor Norisaimor,
I Lovely Women. | John Wooster.
Rewilaertngly Beautiful and Voluptuous Le Minuet.
Andr Scott. Agatha and Adams,
Minnie Hall, Blanche Elbert*,
William Wilson. John Francis.
Greet Horace Westoa and our Regular Army of Artists,
t_1ENTRAL-PAttK GARDEN, "
J 7th . 5Hth and 59th stf.
Messrs. SOUL It A APPLEBY Proprietors
IMMENSE AUDIENCES.
POPULAR RESORT.
SPLENDID MUSIC.
D. L. DOWNING'S GRAND ORCHESTRA.
Exquisite Singing. Magnifloent Playing.
Mme. Marie Salvottl, [ D J Mr. John Hammond,
^ O #
Prima Donna _W Imperial Cornet Soloist.
DOWNING.
Ballads. I Music.
Miss Llssle M. Rae, To] Mr. Charier E. Pratt,
Soprano. ~ ~ Pianist.
8ALVOTT1. CENTRAL HAMMOND.
SALVOTTI. PARK HaMMoND.
SALVOTTI. GARDEN. HAMMOND.
The oharming
ANNIE MAY KESSI.EK, PIANISTE.
THIRTY-THIRD GRAND CONCERT.
PROGRAMME.
PART L
Overture. "Zampa" Herold
Lied, "Am Meer" Schubert
hong, "Queen of the Nlglit" Torry
Miss LIZZIE M. RAY.
Cornet solo, "Leviathan" Levy
PART II.
Overture, "Eoryanthe" Webrr
Gavotte. "Circus Rens" ...Fliege
Song, "Cantique di Noel" Adam
Mme. MARIE SALVOTTI.
Qams from the opera, "Don Pasquaie" Donisetti
PART 111.
Walts, "Pidele Hnrsch" Ed. Strauss
Piano solo, "Tarantelle," C minor Thalberg
Miss aN^IE MAY EE88LER.
Fackeitans Flotow
Galop ilna Tehurkesees Neumann
Admission. S.'c. Package of ten tickets, 93 50.
V The Hall of the Central Park Garden Is to let for Sum
mer Nights' Festivals to flrst class societies, nlghtlv, at the
close ol each Concert. Apply at bos office.
V On SUNDAY EVENINGnext, GRAND CONCERT
and first appearance of the renowned Baeso Cautante.
Hit;. A FA RIM.
/Thickerinu hall.
\J GRAND VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL
CONCERT.
under diulnguivhed patronage,
TUESDAY. JUNE U. AT 8 P. M.
bEBIT OP
8ENORITA ESMERALDA CERVANTES,
HARPIST
to the royal and imperlul Court* of
SPAIN. PORTUGAL AND BRAZIL
The following celebrated Artist* have Kindly voluntesred
to assist,- ADBLAIDK pHlLLIFPB,
Messrs. FERRANTI, VILLA NOVA, OUDIN and GOULD.
Accompanist SiL'. BODE RATI
Tickets, with reserved seat*, fj.
For sala Saturday at Schuberth's, 23 Union square, and
Clilckering'*. where programmes may be had.
C1HATEAU MABILLE VARIETIES.
J Paris byUasllght, la all It* glory,
and every rreneb -ensation ef the day.
The Duchess of Murray Hill?Married lath*
Dark?The Roman Statue.
The Turkish Bathers; or. The Sultan'* Pets.
Tlie French Minuet and Puces Ptaattques.
The handsomest formed Ladles in the world.
The most artistic Aitists oa the earth.
The finest Thaatie la America.
eS-M
? e o-=-3 ar
3 o.
fuSl;*
rl '
2 FAT OIRLS i WAYNE AND LOVELY,
THAT WEIGH COTTON AND Ml
A TON.
_ hi ROUE.
Tony Pastor's Matinee To-day.
A
?ANOTHER ATTRACTION 1
POSITIVELY THE LAST WEEK.
JEM MACE AND GEO. ROOKE.
grand and exciting assault at arms.
Howes s cushino-b great douhle circus,
LOT FOOT ok HOUSTON ST., EAST RIVER.
Afternoons at 2, evenings at S o'clock.
ADMISSION TO ALL ONLY 25 OK NTH.
MONDAY. JUNE 8. 4UTII ST. ANU STI1 AV. FOR
ONE WEEK ONLY. tUESDAY NIGHT, June 8. a vigor
K,?ht between ROOKE and
STbVE TA\ LOR, lor |6UU a aide.
HOTCII I WAYNK. 1^'VKLY; COTTON
I und HI HDl 1'.. ni Tony Pastor s
f orcn. I matinee This ap/krnoom.
?fflENTENNIAL SOCIABLES" SATURDAY AFTER
noon and avenlag at Rink, 63d *t, ad ar. Enlov>
meat a certainly. The iaKlilonable resort. Admission, 6o
HSU Ladles free. BUSH A CO.. Mawagerc.
TONY PASTOR'S MATINEE,
Tne Greatest of Saag and Dane*
Quartets, WAYNE. LOVELY,
COTTON, BIKDUK.
Extra
AND ONLY
APPKARANCh.
TO DAY.
SEVERAL MALE AND FEMALE VOCALISTS WANTED
Immediately, tb sing lu a first class "free and easy *," to
good sinners (either comic or sentimental) a good enrage
ment is offered. Call on or address HaRRY HILL, 28 Raat
Houston St., earner Crosby.
A-TCRt>AY EVENING, FEB
Rfe.RO 8 Assembly Room*. T?tnm*tiy Huiltfltijf, 14th Bl.
CAHTIKR A CO., Managers.
OTRAUKS; NEW WALTZ, "THE AMEBIC AN EXPO
O sltlon," Just out, 75c. mailed. DODWOBTH k CO., 3S
Union square.
WAYNE.
LOVELY.
COTTON
and HIRDUR,
Tha Great Ethiopian Quartet In
HOTOM PiiTCn.
TO-DAY. MATINEE.
Tony Factor's Mew Theatre.
Palais royal, iw sth av.?4o young lady
at.<-ndant?.? Grand vocal and Inatrunietilal Concert,
eoesmeaelnc at 7. Street care may be ordered at 1 o'clock.
f^ONSTABLK'S SALE OP COLONEL wd?)D'SMUSKUM
y Philadelphia.?To be sold at public v?ndoe, oa Wcdaes,
day, June 7,1H7B, at 10 o'clock A. M.. lu Picture*, OM
and ( onve* Ulaaaes, Fountain, Ward/ebe, Looking
Glasses, PHsmatie Column aad Light*. Ac., together with
the right, title and interact la aad to the aaatplrvd term ??
the Leas* ol Colaael Wood's Maseam; to ha sold without
ssa-KUtwc-"- wwtSaraair'
iMramm.
p RK ~T28~AN if - 7^8KoIfiWAT~1
vX K. W. Bl'TLEK ...Maaa?
THE BTANDABD FAMILY THEATRE.
(??MM ?nrceae of the London lavorltOS.
the Brian family. the brian Vamil*
"Dancing Mud.1' "I Wi?b I Were ? Lap Dog."
('limit DE CAGLIOSTKO 1b NNivaHff.
THE SPIRIT OF ALT HOT AS RETURNS.
THE tf-"\AR favorites. THK STAR KAVoRITEHJ
Mesara. T. M. llENdLER, BILLY BARRT.
Senator HOB HAET. KUQENE BLITZ, MIm EFFIE,
? _wlth mr UD NMrb artiata every nirht.
MATINF.E WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
GILMOBE'S COM*:KRT"uAHI>EN OFPENBAOH.
Madison and 4th av?. and J6th and J7th eta.
Menn SHOOK A PALMER Propriet'>r* aad Maaagors
Mr. E. O. OILMORR. Busineas Lirscte*
EVERY EVENINO AT 8 O'CLOCK.
JACQl RS OFFEKBACU.
max j&?sl,?j
PROGRAMME.
1. OrirtaM, "Fretacbuta'' W?l??i
2. Fantasia. "JUllet la Maaehera"...... ,V?rdl|
a "Nautilus Walla" M. A. Coooov
4. Offenbaehlaua Offenbach
6. Overture, "Robespierre" Lltolt
& "Au Tourd'Orphee" (In tha re alma of Orpheua).
Offenbaet
7. "Morten Walt*" (asw) Moralist
8. Burlsaqoe Polka. Otfenbsct
y. Overture. "Naaesta". Van OfcoU
1(1. Fantsale, "Ueuevieve da Brabant" Offenbach
It. Walt*. "Lei Bi-llen Amarlcalaea" Offenbach
12. March, from "La Helae da Ba a" Ooonod
Admlaaion aOeoot*
Bozea (four plaeea)..... $9,
UNION BQCAEE THEATRE.
Proprietor Mr. SHERIDAN 8IIO0K
Manager Mr. A. M. PaLMBB
LAST TWO NVKK.XH OF THE SEASON
ana last times of
CONSCIENCE.
The public are reaiK'ctftaliy reminded that thla cbnrralafl
Play can lte clven only a few nights more, aa the avasoa
POSITIVELY CLOSES NEXT WEEK.
FRIDAY EVENING, JUNK it.
the last night of the sesaon, will be presented to each gaa*
tleman entering the themre, iiccompanleri bv a lady, a cony
or the UNION SQUAKK THEATRE SOUVENIR BGOEL
elegantly bound la aatln.
Seats for any of the remaining nights may now ba had.
SATURDAY, JUNE S,
fourth Matlnae of CONSCIENCE.
u
NION SQUARE THEATRE.
Leaaaaa and Manager*. - .Messrs. SHOOK k PALMES
Mr. H. J. MONTAGUE'S
and
laat appearance lu Now York thla aeaaen,
whan will be preaentad fqr the firat time oa tha Amarlcaa
atage a new and original Bociety Comedy, la thraa acta,
written by 0. W. Godfrey. eniltled QUEEN MAB. The eaat
of tbia play and concluding pioco will Include tha following
Indies and gentlemen, who have moat kindly volunteered
Sir Greville Carrlngton Mr. H. B. Phillip*
(hia flrat appearance in New York this aeaaon )
Sam Curtilck Mr. Harry Beckett
ihia laat appearauee belore hia departure for England.)
Bob Urcnt. Mr. Charles A. Stevenaon
Tom Stipple. Mr. Edwin
Charlie Front Mr. Atkla*
J ack Singer.. Mr. John Matbow*
(ierald Carrington Mr. H.J. Montagus
Mrs. Carrington Mrs. Farran
(her ouly appearauee la New York thla seasan.)
Clara (her daughter) Mias Boss St. Clair
Mab Mias Kats Claxton
To conoiuds with the stirring petite Drama, is oa* sot
entitled
SHEEP IN WOLFE CLOTIIINO.
Colonel Percy Klrse Mr. J. W. Shannon
Colonel Lonl Churchill Mr. t, Holland
Keater Chedsoy. .....Mr. W. Herbert
Coporal Flintoff Mr. J. Mattbawi
John Yosland.. Mr. Atkins
Jnaper Carew Mr. H. T. Montague
Kesiah Mapletoft Mil* tfermon
Anue Carew Ml** Ada Dyas
Box office open daily from 8 to 4.
Eagle theatre,
broadway and THIRTY-THIRD ST.
1'roprletor mill manager - ....Mr. josh HAST
SPECIAL DRAMATIC SEASON,
MONDAY, june 5, lh78.
The brilliant artiste,
hbnkVetta CHANFRAU
(Mrs. P. 8).
will raak* her first appearance lu New York for MTtnl
yean In
A NEW AMERICAN PLAT,
bv Hr. C. W. Tayloure, ?ntltled
parted.
NSW SCENERY. A POWERFUL OAS*. ,
Act I. FAILURE OP T1IE TRUST COMPANY. f
Act II. FALSELY ACCUSED. *
Act III. THE DISHONORED GRAVE.
Act IV. AT HER MERCY.
MATINEE, SATURDAY, AT 2. Box sheet now open.
Academy or music.
JKFFREY8 .t oo ,,LhnM
ENGLISH OPERA. POPULAR PRICES.
Or.RTRUDE COBBETT
Is a series of grand English Opera*.
MONDAY, JUNE 9, AT 8,
Bellini's grand Opera of
NORMA
Norma Gortrude Corbet*
Musical Director and Conductor Caryl Plorlo
Admission, 91. Bos office open Thursday, June 1, 10
O'clock.
ELLY * LEON'S MINSTRELS,
23d et., near 0th ar.
EVERY EVENINO AND SATURDAY MATINEE.
K
KELLY AND LKON,
LEW BENEDICT,
WALTSE AND MORION,
and all
the favorites.
Bos office open all day.
Entire ohanga of bill nost weefc,
Coolest THEATRE in the cl?
tho cltr.
Last week of GRAND DUTCH
s. THE ONLY LEON aa th^
Duchess. Benedict'a Oration#
Gordon's Ballad*.
BOWKKY THEATRE.?PBIDAY, JUNE 2,
Entire change of bill. Two powerful Drama*. Sanaa*
tional and startling* effects.
THE IDIOT OF THE MOUNTAIN aadtha
MIDNIGHT WaTCH.
Mre. W. G. JONES
In the leading role,
SV N F rXn'CISCO MINSTRELS, I OPERA HO USB. '
AN FKA.NCI.iCi I MINSTRELS. BKOADWAY,
SAN FRaNCI.-CO MINSTRELS. I CORNER -ittTH ST.
LAST WEEK OF THE SEASON.
THE FUNNY OLD OALS.
ACROSS THK Ci.JNTI.VKNT.
THE To UNO ACTOR'S
TEMPTATION.
LAST WEEK OF THE SEASON.
Seats seojred. Matinee Saturday at 2.
Philadelphia
K lit ALKY'S ALHAMBBA PALACE
and
ILLUMINATED CONCERT GARDENS.
GRAND SPECTACLES AND BALLETS.
Open evury Evening, Wednesday and Saturday Matin***,
Strangers should not fall to viait
THIS WONDURKL'L TEMPLB OP AST.
Main hall,
? CENTENNIAL BUILDING,
Philadelphia.
FRIDAY MORNING. AT 10:.*>. and
FRIDAY AFTERNOON, AT SdO)
will be glt'en a
GRAND WEBEB PIANOFORTE RECITAL
BY MR. J. N. PATTISON,
asslstod by
Mlsi ANNIE BORIE. Soprano.
Senor JOSEPH H IIITE, Violinist.
Slgnor MARISINI, Pianist
Signor E. All itAMONTE, Accoinpanyttl.
Two WEBKIt GKANDS will be used
George, the count joannks.
HAMLET.
CHICKBRING HALL. PilIDAY EVENINO, June X
Tickets at Pond's, 3U Union aquar*, and TUaatr* Ticket
Omce, 111 Broadway.
PACTS AND FIGURES NEVER "LIE.?CIRCULA*
tlon ot tho EVENING TELEGRAM last week wa*-?
Monday, M ay-J-J 36,200
ADVbl'.TISUMENTS, 20 CENTS A LINE.
Tnesdav, May 23 35,400
vUlVUKTISEMENTS, 20 CENTS A LIME.
Wednesday, Mar 24 38,000
ADV K KTt SEMEN'TS, 20 CENTS A LINE.
Thursday. May 25 45.000
ADVKI! TISKMENTS, 30 CE.NTft A LINE.
Prlda,. May -.HI 42,200
ADVERTISEMENTS. 20 CfcNTS A LINE.
Saturday, May 27 84,400
Total 22?.30fl
Daily average 3H.U33
| PlA.\OF()Ul'KS, OHOA.<?,
A"" PRIVATE K.VMILY 'LEA#ISg"' f?R" *brioW I
will aelltlniir elegant Stoinwav A Son's Pianofortt at
a sacrUMffiHMT>h elegant upright Windsor Piano, coal
$1,000, ror$2.?; Stool, Cover. Box for (hipping Included.
Call ?t private residence No. ltf> West .'3d St.. near Oth ar.
A-FOP. RENT, UPRIGHT, SQUARE AND GRAND
? Pianos nf our own make; also for sale and rent, a
number of Hue second hand Pian<>*. In perfect order. WUJ>
1AM KNAHE A CO,, No. 112 .">th ar., above 16th at.
LARtlK XssORTMENT~ PIANOS AND OKUANS.?
Chickerlng's. Stelnway's, Weber's. S. X. Ball A Co.'*,
and others; uprights, squares, grand*; on iLatalroenta and
tor rent. S. X. H ALL A CO., 15 Eaet 14th rt.
A BEAUTIFUL ROSKWOOD PIANOFORTE. POUB
round corners, carved leg*. $100; a W*b*r Pianoforte,
great bargain for cash.
J. BIDDLE, 13 Warerley place, near Broadway.
ABEAUTIPUL STOCK OP PIANOPOSTBB TO
rent and for sale by Instalment*; 7 octave rosewood
Piano and Stool, flux
OOLDSMITH'B, 20 Bloooker *t., near Bowery.
?TO PAY STORAGE, ELEGANT citFcKBKINfl
? 7 octave carved leg Pianoforte, coat $500, for l*s* thai
half. Mcdonald a CO. 67 E**t ?th st.
A PRIVATE FAMILY WILL SELL STEINWAY 2
Son* 7)j octave rosewood pianoforte, all Improve
nienti, In use *lx months, name on plat*, for fc7!S, cost $075;
also Decker Upright: a sacrifice, call at private residence
47 West lttth st., between 5th and Oth a vs.
A LADY WILL 8BLL 7 OCTAVE OVER8TRUNO
ban carved leg Pianoforte, worth MOO, for $126; ah*
elegant Mantel Mirror at a sacr.fic* 28 Ea*t 8d rt., MM \
2d a v.
jXsTABUsTlED 1823. " ~~~
INVENTED THB~IRON FRAME 1822.
CONRAD MEVEB A SONS.
No. 722 Arch St.. Philadelphia.
Spatial attention la directed to our ImDnfMSBh t*
Piano building. Which render the
MEYER PIANO
unoqnallcd In tune, touch and durability. The original full
boa frame Piano, Invented bv Conrad Meyer, and exhibited
at tho Pranklin Institute ol Philadelphia In ISS3 I* In th*
exhibitor CONRAD MEYER A SONS at th* Centennial
Exhibition.
F PIANOS?luo MUST SR.
?old tills month. t all or for Illustrated Oati*
logo* at th* foctorv. No. 2ti3, 205, 207 Weet 17th it
0 D. PRASE A CO. J
fr'nt^nT,. JraSP^L?"?S*1? A>,) SECOND HANlSv
West 2S?h st? <,n,Uu' tow f,,r c*?h ?* FISCHER'S. *
PIANOS.?IF YOU WISH TO RKNTOS BUT CHEAP
e*t an I best, call on MERKKLL. No. S Union square.
TOO ?'"sT CLASS NEW AND SECOND BAND
? P*a*f* 2"* UP1-1*1" I'lano* and Organ* to ront ex.
tretnoly low, iu city or country.
HORACE W.vrhK* A HON8.4SI Br*a4wag.
MISIC'AU. ~ ~ r 1
XTssisnqi'tf irnsr* woui.tfa? eaowiwa
i*- lo ?ina In a choir; dty or country; country preferred;
Episcopal or Methodist. Address Mra, H. M. WILKINSON
box 1H.> Herald Uptown Branch office. '
Talented sisters. o"f"many tsabs' bxpekII
*nce. receive punils for Plaaolort* and Vocal CultUMi

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