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CITV HEAL. ESTATE *OR SAtK.
The price of the lleraul has been reduced to Viree cents per copi/. AKl'LL SIZK roia STOKV STi >N K Kk" Idenge. 48th st. and 5th av.; a bargain. 4 I'm* and : fca?t I7tii st V K. STEVENSON, Jr. Fust iildt F1 >R SALE?A 81X STORY TENEMENT IIOISK IN Or chat a at., near Grand. Inquire fur COOK, 721 Boa try, third t1a??r. HOI SKSTABLE AND 8 LOTS OF GROUND oS .II?2?1 at., between Boulevard aud lludaon Hivtr. for ? ait. rent or exchange; house in perfect order and elegantly located. Apply to THOMAS PRUDEN. No. l.USu Broad May. Heat Nifie. r "HI F. A P LOT?123D ST.. OTH AND 7TH ATS*; NO > money if built on. DITOllETT, 2 New Chamber* ?t. K I^IK SALR-THK TWO FULL THREE STORY BRICK House* Noa. 51 Weat W'aahin-'ton place and 181 Weil 4tl? are in excellent ord?*r ; a* ell rented *. * ill be *old singly together. Apply to WII.LI AM M. GILES,451 tit h a v. TpOR SALE?MOOSE AND LOT (STORK PROPERTY), on Oth ?T., Wp*t aide, betwecu 14lh aud 23d sis. Apply to iiall j. now. b pine at. rPKNKMKNT PROPERTY AT OTII A V., ACTUAL UK NT .1 $2,04<>*. price $l7,CXXIt?A five ?tor\ Tenement with -tor**; Tfiit td W.IM); price $20,000. S t M 1 EL M ILL! KKN, it.'J Wc*t ;<4tli *t. HHOOKLY \ PHOPKI1T Y FOR HALK AN l> TO LET. 77? price Qf the Hern hi has been reduced to three cents i>er copy. LARGE ELEGANTLY H'RMSIIKD 4* KKKT j\,Iront first cl?>s browu stone gentleman's Residence to rent ; all appointments first das*. hilliard table Ac. ; a rare chance for a desirable party willing *o go to Brooklyn. Full DHrtic iiart ol M. F. DOWl.KY, Attorney. 79 Nassau a... New York. Brooklyn stork and duelling, all im proveiuents, u? exchange for a Farm, free and clear or lightly mortgaged. OWN hit. Herald office.I FiORHALK I'UEAP-FOR t ASH . THE 1 IN KM K.NT Property No* 11 and I t Curl ?!.. running through to i and it eluding Nov 294 and 298 Hudson av . lot 3*^*67, renting now for $HOO per anitutn; price $4.50?. A large I blick lejtametit built on the whole plot would t?*y over _0 J percent AUo, lor -ale. the twi? new Philadelphia brick \ Stores on the vouthe ?st corner of 4th av and I.'?tli *t . and 1 a three story frame Cottage, filled in. on S|. .lames place, ' uaur hittei av. ; all modern improvement*. Adore** OWNER. 2IO Irving nlace. Brooklyn. Y. FloU S \LK ?NOCShS, AT A VERY GREAT SACK! tice those elegant three ?tor> and basement brown ?tone Houses on Carroll st., between 5th und'th ?v*.. near Prospect Park. Brooklyn: size 2ox45xloo; every improve* lunii; Fifth avenue ear* from all the ferries, distance, 20 minutes. Apply on preruue* or address D. C.. box 4,stI3 Post office, New York. I Mi LET?BROWN STONE HOCSK, ELEGANTLY furnished, on the Hill; $1 Jo tun month. OLIVER, 103 Brand way. JERSEY CITY* IKMIOK FN, HUDSON CITY AMI BERGEN REAL ESTATE. For Muie. IjN?)R SALE IN IIOROKEN ?FOUR STORY AND CKL iar lirick House, lit rooms, corner of lOtli and lilo. infield it* , Hohoketi. N. J. ; best locality In the city for a store; term* easy ; price$10, OO. Apply to CREVi KR BROS., 34 Newark st., flohoken. N. J PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO RENT. The price of the Herald fuis been reduced to three tciUs i?er copy. % T ENGLEWOOD. THREE MINUTES FROM STATION. jC\p? rooms, every modern Improvement, cabinet finish; never occupied; a per foci gem ; runt per in on; h. Ap ply 1IKMO W BALDWIN, Drc-xel Building, Wall ana Broad st*.. New York* t HANf)S()MK rorxTRT BOX*. WITH PAT1K0 ox Coal Business for sale, S4 ikf), $ ,600 cash; fruit, ham. BOOK1IOUT, Engraver, 55 Liberty st. A RKANSAS LANDS-TAXES PAID; ABSTRACTS /A of title ami Inf'ormat.ou furnished. Address J. II. BAR TON, Little Rock, Ark. JWKM TO KKNT?NEAR MOUNT VERNON, WEST* chcstcr county ; a fine Farm of over 5o acr**a to rent. For particular* apply to JOHN TOWNSIIKNl), Bennett Build Jug, corner of Nassau and Ann st*.. New York. ITHM SALE?A BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY RRSI dence, at Islip, L. I.; handsome grounds, containing shout 1 ? acres; a first cla?* conservatory; house for gitrd tner. barn and carriage house, mansion has 12 rooms laundry, bath Ac. For forth' r particulars address Mrs. G. W. BEERS, Islip. L I , or A. T. ACKERT, Attoruey,9 Pine st.. New York. TTOTKL PROPERTY FOR SALE -THE Ml LLKKTON J I Hotel, Millertou. N. Y , junction of four laitroads, con* | ?.tiling store, renting tor $7o ): term* easy, Cull room 48 Earte * Hotel. Wednesday or Thursday, 4 1\ M., or address I.. B. REED. Shaiou Conn. 1UST THINK OF IT~$S5o (INSTALMENT PLAN) II unys for House, full lot; near Singer's factory, Eliza |elh, N J. ; also other House*. See or tilar* KELLOGG, 21 Broadway, fc>UYslClANS BARK CHANCE; PRACTICE OF I I about $3.litper annum ami Milendid country home for ' lila; $4,OHO; easy term*. Dr. VANDERSLOOT, Nittany, lelitre count v, Pa. rro let?house, 10 rooms, 2 minutes from 1 City Mail, in New Jersey; $2IO per month; owner would board. Address G !>., Herald Uptown Branch office. TO LET?A NEAT 7 ROOM COTTAGE IN GRAND View Park. Staten Island; beautiful viovrs of bay and ocean; one hour trout Wail st. ; fare 20 cents. M. WAL81I, 99 Nassau st. rpo LET?A BEAUTIFUL FURNISHED HOUSE AT 1 Orange, N. J. lit?|itlre of W. K. BAILEY'. 132 Duane st., third fk??.r. rro LET OK LEASE?HOUSE, SIX ROOMS; 12 ACRES, X near station; one hour from city; $1" monthly; good boultrv plac?. OTIS T. BEDELL, 07 East lOth St., New York, opposite Stewart'* (For. KKNT.-PLKASANT COTTAGE: ACRE LAND; tP^f/20 niinntes; Jersey; Brooklyn House, $30. 08 Wall. Kooni 9. RKAl, BSfATE TO i;\(I!\\Gfc. The price <\f the Herald has been reduced to three cents iter copy. A THOROUGHLV KSrABLISHKH MERCANTILE butsneas. wiih Mock about l O, to exchange lor rented property. A. I~><? Xaa*itu at. A MINERAL SPRING OK GOOD REPUTATION, small furnished Hotel, Haiti llou e, c.. to exchange. O. H. PIKRSON, 5 Pine st. 171XCH A NG E?Til K EQUITY IN FOUR STORY BROWN J*iotie House. near Central Park, mortgage $17J art gage dl7j*X?. for a *tu* 1 Countrt Place within an hour of New York; please state particulars; principals only. ECONOMY, tic raid Up town <?ftice. I^XCHANGK?RESIDENCE I N II AUK K NSAUK. FREE, J and cash, lor House in Ninth or Sixteenth wards. K. M. MASON, ill I'ark row. JH)R SALE.?WILL KXUIIANGK ONE OR TWO KLE gant cabinet finished three story Houses, two ami three room* deep: uilrror* from celling to floor; east aide Madi eon av. ; tr?frd and fifth houses above Ut.d at.: 12 inlmius from 42d *t.; Brooklyn Lot* preferred ; cheap Jor cash k\ Rinine bodies ami apply to owner, box 4<H) Grand Union Hotel. rpo EXCHANGE?F??R FARM. GOOD UORNKR 1 Pi * Property. Addte>* r?H4 Palisade av.,Jersey Uity. GEORGE MOTT. rpo CAPITALISTS -AN IN EX If A1 STABLE MARBLE JL Quarry, with lit w lour gang Mill, convenient to trans Don niioii. for -aie or exchange for good property; value ?'2oo.-O ?. Particulars by addreaaing MVRHLK ul AKKY. Her.ild office. 1111 IS AND ADJACENT TERRITORY FOR THE MOST ttsetui and economical article of domestic use ever in vented ; supersedes the old way ; takes at * ght; permanent | paying business can be established ; good real estate or no r rhamhxe entertained; a lew good salesmen wanted. lOSEI'H I'll i I.LI I'S. !**t Nas*au st.. room 2, second floor XV*"ANTED?A SMALL PLACE IN THE COUNTRY, vf ^ithin otto hour of Grand Central Depot. In Vexchang* for an old e*tahli*hed up town livery and hoarding stable. Apply to or udur??**. witli particulars GEORGE BAKER, Attorney at law, 819 Broadway. IV ILL EXCHANGE?FOR SMALL HOUSE. IN HAR vv leui. fifteen years e*tahlDhed Shoe St ro In this city tod l3."Obla cash. Send lull paittculars to 11. li., box 1 Ili> s; LOTs NEAR GRAND CENTRAL DEPOT. WEST OF mit Itfi av.. to exchange for Ho i*e up town or Farm in West theater county. Owner, 2b Broad St., room Ur?. REAL ESTATE WWTEu. pORNRR WANTED?jOXIGO. UNIMPROVED, BE V iween Grand and Chatham and t Itu a id Forsvth sit. ; sil ? ash. D CUREKY, 1 l Centre st \\ Tax I ED? Low PRICED HOUSE near Bridge, DITCH E'lT, 2 New t bombers *t U'ANTKD-A SMALL HOUSE IN THIS CITY: WILL vv pay 9r>.<NM. all cash; not over .'K> mtiiute* trout City Ball; good location. Address A. B*. box 2 si Herald office. TO LKT KOK hlsl\r,-> IM ltHO*KS The price nf the Herald has Ijeen reduced lo (fires *'ids per i upii. ? EN N KTT HL'I I.DINU ???? B' Fireproof. Loca'ed on Nassau, Ann and Fulton sta First Floor to let. suitable lor hanker*'. Insurance office* or sawyer*. will lie let together or in parts; be altered to tult tenants if desired; adapted lor office* or store*. Reasonable rent* Also some eligible Law Offices to let. APPLY O.N THE PREMISES. Take the elevator. Inquire for Janitor. A SToRK TO LET?SOUTH WEST CORN ER OF tiTII av. and 4Mb it Apply on premises or to R. McCaF KKRTY A CO , ttto&th av Attention.?part of :id av. real estate of flee, nlcelv furnished, tunable for telegraph, law or in lurance business LIONEL f HbfcllLlb'll. 7ks ;tj av. B ROADWAY .-TURKS AND I.OKTs Tu LET-AT BAR K.lu>. .11 >i?>; oW>er?. K. A. ? 'Rl'l KStt AN K A Co , ?s Hr?..l?vny. B UILDISG TO LET CHEAP?FOR MANUFACTORY or storage. site, taix 12 >feet. west side. E. A. CRUIKSllANK A CO.. t>S Broadway. B AKKKY AND STORKS TO LET IN THE NEW brown stone houses UN and lUUtHh av. Lilub rooms.-an elegant Parlor floor of /four Rooms fo let. in a first class house, for a gentle lien's club; accommodation* - lid iocatious mo*t desirable. Address NEW PORT, Herald office. I oris IN INT If ST.. BETWEEN 3D AND 4TII A VS.. Jwisb or without power; al*o Second Floor at 114 East 14tn st., suitable for au office. Inquire at F. GRoTK A :U S, on tbe premise*. 1KNOX, 5TII AV. AND 13TH ST.. TO LEASE LOW.? .Jlu magnificent order; carpets in hail and dining room. Apply on premises or to J. M. PINKNE Y, 24 Park place. TO LET?A SMALL FAMILY HOTEL, PARTLY FUR ntsheu: a large saloon attached. Apply at T. HOWEX'H, l.O Liberty st. r~ U LET-No. 31 ill AV . NEAR YD NT BUILDING three stories and basement. first floor or store extendi t?? 'ear of lot. Apply J. A. VAN RUNIC IRK, d? East lUth st. IH)TkT-PKEMIsES SUITABLE FOR INSURANCE, . reii estate or broker s nffi? e ; in a partku.'urly desirable focatiuU. Apply rst No. 374 tith av. 1" HI LET?BUILDING 10 W Est 4111 ST., A FEW doors trom Broadway ; CD by Jd feet; will be let or leased it very low terms; who e or in part, ha* been occupied for lv# year* pa?t as* a prtutlnr office and stationery store, and tone a very large business. Apply oti the premises. I HI LET?If Of Ei.. NO ROOM-: KKVf.D KANT AND bar oom ; rent ; good business stand. HOTEL, Her ald office. TO LET FOR Bl'SI\KSR l i KPOSKS The price of the Herald has txen reduced to three cents per copy. mo LLT-H IROADWAV; OOllilUIOMOE LOW 1 rrr.t, AU?lre*? but 6,213 1'om ulflc*. rrr.t, *rH AV ? STORK. BASEMENT AM) APART UUl?Mb; lt*i Vol 2Plb st., Third Flat: Ml r.t'.i av.. F ,-t Flour. K HIi'H, 74 Murray DUEI.U.MO HOIMUV TO LE'.. ki'uriioix'u. The price of the Herald has been reduced to three cents per copy. * GHKATHACIUFIOE.?TO LET. THE LOW EH PART j\ol a lirsl (Um brown stone corner buttN* iii test locslllr, teuant. l ull at tbe pioiuisei, 035 LesniKiou av.. curuar 35th at. T ?2.300 PER A NNUM ?T(7"]KENT. THE 5135 somcl) I'lrnished four story high stoop Housa No. i'w East 3??b St. Apply to K. II. LUDLOW A CO.. 3 Pins st. A N ELEGANT* EXTRA WIDE FIVE STORY IM> JYlt-h haserueut House on 2t)tli ?t.. ulsTMh HV . to rent; it is fully mid haudsutnely furnished slid complete In ail its appoiutiui'iitk; will bs rented to a private family only. Apply to K H.LUDLOW a CO., 3 Fine st. A ?S5th .sr., ADJOINING 5th A v.-very ELK ?gai;l large Dwelling, lor winter or year. low. V. K. STKA ENRON, dr. A T $133 TO $300 A MONTH.- UAsDSOMELY FUR av i?hed Houses, cboire locslilles, for winter or Ion,er. William* yiiCKliit, 220 bth ev. . "a vSry" cheap fully furnwHrd medilm J\.three itory liigli ?to<>p Hour* lo rent on \\ est LOtU M.; to heriiri* a gooil, reBpnnsiblc tenant for two or three years owuer will accept $l(*' per month, table anil kitchen ware im-luCcdt house lies furnace in cellar, mantel and plot mirrors, and ?ory nicely turnisbpd; clean ami neat; the rent I* made vary low to secure a perfectly responsible tenant, and none others need apply tor It. James r. edwardh. 107 West -.'3d kl. \ BEAUTIFUL HIGH STOOP BAY WINDOW HoLsK, | Jvelegautly furnished, on "i7ih st . near 5th av.. to let. E. U, LUDLOW A CO.. 3 Pine sL A ? 32D ST., ADJOINING 5TH AV.?FULL SIZE 2v ? Mansion, lor winter or year, low. V. K. STEVENSON. Jr ?ONLY $225 A MONTH KOlt A BEAUTIFULLY ? ...furnished and frescnen 55tb st medium sire Dwelling, neai oili av. Permits at 4 Pine and 3't East 17th St. V. K. STEVENSON, Jr. A. ?43D sr. NEAR BROADWAY, NICELY FUR ktiished, I$l,s00: less to small family. UKOKUE EsCHBACH.60 West SIM *V t FOUR STORY 1IOUSB, NEAR WINDSOR HOTEL; JY$l ..O month till May; one $27.'>, lully tuiinslied. W. POOLEY. I East 23d st. I I'll It EI it .3d st., newly re lit ted, to rent great bargain, $l.ai month; possescioti iiumediately. t MAGNIFICENTLY AND COMPLETELY FUK u'Vnuhcil lour story hrown stone Residence, on -Fid st., ad joining bth itv., to tent low. V. K. r-T EVKNSoN. J r., 33 East 17th. or 4 Pine st. I BROWN STONE FOUR STORY FURNISHED Jvlluusa to let?Three rooms deep. #300 per month. Apply on premises, 141 \V,-st 47th St., or lo owner. SHAW, at Grand Union li-nel. * LARGE HOUSE. CONTAINING 50 ROOMS, iil Jvlnlly anil completely furnished, for hotel or hoarding bouse purposes; $600 per month, with board for owuer. BUDDIE, 23 East ltitb st. Avkky large house?24 rooms, nearly lull of ooardei?, well furnished, good order: al o Floor, 0 rooms; modern improvements: rent low. IOD East 28th st. CtENTKALLY LOCATED HOUSES TO GET?FUR /uislied oj unfurnished. It. McCAFFERTY A CO , 650 Nth av. Handsomely furnished house, near broad way, 30th st , $173; an elegantly luruished Flat, up town. A. DaILEY, 686 Bth av. rl ULOW ,t CO.. -27 UNION SQUARE, HAVE TO LET JII0u-.es, lu'iiishrd and unfurnished. fPIIK ELEUANT FULL size four story high 1 I stoop House No. S West 52il st. to rent, fully furnished, to an approved tenant; it will lie ready for occupancy after the IStti October. K. H. LUDLOW A Co., 3 Pino st. rpo LET-HANDSOMELY F U I; NI SHED, ON 7STH ST., L near Park av., three story high stoop brown stone. II. H. DREW A CO.. 3 West 23d st. -Filth Avenue Hotel). ] OTR SL, Wf-.ST. ? FURNISHED HOUSE TO LET Impart rent taken iu board. Apply at truss alote. It) Ann st. t ?$80 MONTHLY?COSEY* HOUSE; EXCELLENT J\ * .. . ?u. Ighborhond, near Hroadwsy; bath, range, wash ^ttia, Ac. 1*11 ITi.lt BROTHERS, 4 Warren st. A CONVENIENT UNFURNISHED HOUSE To LET? In West 2ist St., ucnr Oth av. ; good neighborhood ; three story high stoop: moderate rent. OODEN A CLARK. Broadway, corner 17th st. A.ni REDUCED BENTS NEW. CoMPLKTK, UNFIjR shed lists. Offices 4 Pino uhd 33 JSast I7th st. V. K. STEVENSON, Jr. A T $1,500.?HANDEDMK THREE STORY IIinII Asisii. brown -tone House on West 53d St. WILLIAM TUCKER, 220 5th av. l N EXTRA DESIRABLE FOUR STORY BROWN \.s Jvstone Dwelling, on 17th st.. uear Stnyvesant Par beautiful and convenient location; rent moderate. V. K S i EVENSON, Jr., 33 East ) 7th or 4 I'lne st. E3LEG ANT FOL K HTOKY, NEAR MAlHSON. $I.HtA>: linear Nth. $I,S00 to $2,4<*); near Loxington, $1,000; naar 3d av., #700; Houses and l lata. good as-ortment. nominal r -nts. LIONEL FKOKHLICII, 7SS 3d av. FVoi K STORY BROWN STONE 445 WEST 34TII ST Low rent: also lurnlture for sale. MORRIS B. BAER A CO.. 72 West 34th st. , ? 'PUREE STORY BRICK HOUSE; GOOD ORDER. ALL 1 improvements; immediate posses-ion; Sol I per month. UN Di-.R WOOD, GREGOK A MILLER, 3d av., corner 50th r|M> LET?THRi-.E STORY BROWN STONE IIIOII stoop House, in good order, $75 per inuutb. No. 507 East '3th st. OOO WEST 22 D ST.?A THREE STORY HIGH O,.vOstoop lloose for $1.1*10 to a perfectly resoonslble tenant; West 3stk st. (central;, four story brown stone Eugliili basement, $1,400. JAMES R. EDWARDS. 107 West 23d st. Ft KNISllKD li(M>MS V Mi APAitTMlCNTN TO LET. 'Pih price of the Uerattf has been reduced to three cents iter copy. A PRIVATE FAMILY WILL LKT TWO FURNISHED Rooms to gentlemen ; all improvements, reference. 130 Last I'Jtli it. ALAIdlK It KIM AND SMALL ONK ADJOINING; m ntly furnished; terms low to on* or two gentlemen. 137 East -HHIi >t. ?laidik. pleasant rooms, furnished. for .housekeeping ; fH to (5. 321 35th at., near 8tli av. PLEASANT SUIT, ALSO S1NOLK KOOMS, AT Lprivate residence 335 East 14th at. Reference. * SECOND FLOUR, FURNISHED OK UNFURNISHED, ,7\priiatc house, nue door wist Irom Broadway. 12'A West lit.tli at. 4 SMALL PRIYATK FAMILY WILL LKT ONE OK Atau neatly ruriiialu'ti Koouia, without hoard, to ageutle tnmii ; terms very reasonable to dealt able peraona. iti Lo\ iiiirtini av. AT 7ti BARKOW sr., NEAR HUDSON FUK J\nlaheil Itouma, to let, aiiitahle for one or two treuilemen ; gas and hath: own houae: no moving. A N ELEGANTLY FURNISHED SECOND FLOOR. JVwith a I oiodrrn improvementa. to let. to a lainlly o adtilta 121 Kaat 13th at., between 3d and 4th ava. \ LAROE, HANDSOMELY FURNISHED SECOND J\ door Iroiu Room In a fleet claaa hotlae to let to 1 or 3 gentlemen at fid per week. Call at 13S Eaat 18th at. 171 AST J.vril ST.. NO Idl -LARGE FURNISHED .1/3 front RootB, grate lire, bathroom on aame floor; also a .mailer Bedroom: breakfatt ifdeatred; term, reasonable. INC KNISllKD ROOMS TO LKT VERY REASONABLE. 1 No 384 IVft 34111 at. INURXISHED LAROE PARLOR. *4 TO ONE PERSON; lint and cold water; upper Room, $3 50. S St. Mark's place. tU'RNISllKD APARTMENTS To LET-C<i.MI'LETKLY r turnl.hed tor boii.ekeeptng: Parlor. Bedroom. Dining Room, Kitchen ami usu ot laundry: hnn.e and location hr.t claaa. 328 Kaat 33d it.; all modern improvements; terms, f4u per month. T71U KNISllKD IIALL ROOMS: ALSO SQUARE ROOMS F and parlor Floor, turniabed. No. 14 Eaat lNtb at., near 'i iffsny's. INI RNIsliKD R()"MS IN PRIVATE FAMILIES; ALL locations; list frae. UEOKOE llAKKlNS, 38 Wok 28th at. ? Handsomely furnished Second and third atory Iront Rooms; private family. 57 Eaat 58th at., near Madison av. Handsomely furnished laugk and small Rooms, with every comfort; terms very raasonabla to desirable parties. 47 West 12th at. I A ROM. NEWLY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM, WITH Jcl >ct, gas, bath, end all modern conveniences: private b Hiae, 14B East 37tli at . between Lcxiugtun and 3d ava. I ARCF., WELL FURNISHED- FRONT ROOMS To LAIet, to gentleman and wlte or singla ladles for honss keo; lug or light business; rent ft to ft per week ; hall Bed rooms f ~. splendid location. 1,31*8 Broadway, betweeu 3 >th and 38th sta. M-ItlKLY FURNISHED PARLOR FLOOR TO LKT. TO private family or business purposes, at 21 East 2uth at. ONK OB TWO GENTLEMEN WI.sllING NICE CtlM. lortable furnished Room will find it in French family US hast I ith JjTlKASANT FRONT HALL. HEATED, RS SO; SLEEP leg Room, f I Ml and f.'; fiiriiished Rooms and Hi d rases, hastsd,IK monthly; quiet bouse. ltM Eaat 1 Nth St., ntar Union >i|uara. OI'LENDID Fl'KNISllKD SECOND FLOOR TO WIT, Ohealed lir liaaier. tat el per we -k . small private house' Ea-t tie* Prospect place, between 42d and 43d sts. fPO LKT?THE ENTIRE >BCOND FL<iok. Ft K x nlshad. for light housekeeping; newly piperad and painted; private latnily 33H West iStb. (lit) LET Ft ItNISllKD?ROOMS AT NO. 30 WEST X 35th st. uear ith av.; priiata family; relerencaa fPO LKT? ALF PRIVATE HOUSE. FURNISHED; 1 central loeatlnn ; would aell furniture ; bargain. Address BAKOAlN. Herald oflire. r|H> RENf-t FULLY, FURNISHED FLAT IN THE taut Rnlldiiig, 14? East ISth ft.; will accommo d tie two or three a tul:a anil two servants; to a party with out ehil 1 reii; rent #1 Ml per mouth. For permit to examine add!ess CoM FOR I. Herald odlce. t) LAKOK FROIJT rooms FI KNIHIIED VERT I sfiMiee tor gentlrnnf* or llf In housekeeping, to respectatde people: gsi, bstli : private bouse. 42 king at. | l) NIUKI.T Fl KNISllKD ROOMS, SEPARATE OR ? toaetber, suitable for light housekeeping 1M West i 34th at. Sin To RY?TWO ROM PORTABLE PURNtlsHSD CON locting Kooius. without board; also single Ku ms. West 3?uh ?4. (C - A ' ftluH rdroom adjo.iiiug . go-, beat, priv ita house. 10 West :i5th at. ,-TTH AY.. 137.-KNTIRB SECOND FLOOR; ALSO ? (suit on third: single Room.. 8 COTTAGE PLACE, NEAR RLE EC K ER FUR iiiabad Rooms lor gentiamee ; not, cold water; copying don". Mrs IIARDIK. | ~ WKnT HTM, oPI'o-irK TRINITY CilAPEI ? I r (Large, handsomely lumitbed, sunny Iront Rooms, uiso ball HouUk. Fl'KMIMHED ROOMS AID APARTMK.NT* TO LiKT. The price of the Herald has been reduced to three cents per ropy. 171 Til ST., ir>4 EAST. HETWKEN I'NION 8<jI/aKF nd Irving place.?iianunuwely l'tjrai?i*ed Uooiu?, with 114)1) ST. IV7 WEST.?TWO WKl.L F C K N 1HIU D mm ICoointt to let. to ono or two i:entletueii; j?ri vale Samily ; references ; br?iiku?t if dekircd. 4>- WEST 26T1I ST.. NEAR BIIOADW'aY.-HAMD *mt* /Homely furaiehed i'arlot Floor; also Second Floor to let, without board. 27 WEST J7TH ST. NEAR BHUADWAY.-l!AND comely furnished P rlor to "doctor, tteuii.*i or ireutie other desirable Koouis. without Board; hou?e first prices moderate; reference*. as W EST 107II ST.?TO PARTIES DESIRING Sf port or acvouimudatioua, lutmihed Room*. wltli evary ?. mi low rule. 44 MUST ^'TTU ST.?ELEGANTLY" FURNISHED Roomtolat; term. reasonable. rafarancet. ~ ~ ST. MARK'S PLACE .HTII ST.)-IIANDSOMELY ? /(Jlnrnlthed Rootus To gentlemen or email famlii#*; Board II renulred. 1/JT KAST HJT1I 8T ? ri RMSIIhU FKONT ROOM, i " " I on second Moor, for housekeeping or lor gentleman; convenience* mWKBT UTII ST. (PRIVATE- HOUSE) ?TWO large front furnished Room., for gentlemen or gentle man and wife. I OQ WEST 34TII ST.?t.AROE AND SMALL ROOMS J on second, tliird and fourth floor* for gentlemen, witboBt board; owner lire* here: refdreno# repaired 1 UO Bast" I7TH ST HANDSOMELY IFURNISHED lO^Parlors and Rooms, on the second floor. 1 I ?) 1. E XIN (ITON~aV."?Yo LKT.FL'KNIS11 ED. TO lTt). .mail family ; office reeerved; rent moderate. 1 f['J LEXINGTON AV. ?HANDSOMELY FURNISHED J." JSARoorus to let. for gentle _ omen or gentleineu nnd their wive.; term* moderate. ?)? J r. 5TH AV., NEAR BRUNSWICK.?HANDSOMELY WfAfrarniahed Room* lolet to gentlemen, without hoard; alao Office for a physician. JfE AST lOTll ST.?HANDSOMELY ri'KKUUD ! ** '** 'front Parlor, wii b Bedroom; German family ; term. Mode rat Oil tllH ST.. NEAR til) AV.?FURNISHED FRONT O 1 -LBn.emt-ut cut to a married couple ?r a pnysiciun. 1 IYO WEST 231) ST.?A DINING RO<>M <HaS *fc . 'Oljeen a doctor'* otIU-e). Kitchen, Parlor and Alcove, luralehad, together or separately. I SFI UNISIIED A . i? APART. MEMTS TO LET. The price of the IleraUl has been retlxicetl to three cents per copy. \S ELEGANT FLAT TO LET-UNFURNISHED; -.Trent. # l.ix.J per annum 71 Laxtaatoll ??. AFARTMENTA-TBNTERDKNT 283 WEST 3STH ST.? Compact, elegant, artistic. $10. $4>; eeveu room*; all improvement.; Janitor; gardeu. Apartment house, haiqht building,sth avT, corner 15th st.? Each sun ha. private kitchen, or ten nuts eupplied from the general rui.tiie. LARGE SUNNY ROOM FOR LIGHT IIOUSEKKEP Ling or two gentlemen; reference. 238 West loth at. "TTKNTION!?FRENCH FLATS, -inn WEST MTH ST.". Lnrar Elevated road; $22 upward. MORRIS B. BAKU A CO.. 72 West 34th. \ ?FLATS. S AND 10 ROOMS EACH; PUICE, $25 il .to $?5 per month ; all improvement*; heat in the city tor price. Apply at 1,037 3d av. Aflat to lkt-at *ss oth a v.. near 57tii st. ; 7 rooms, none dark ; $4.i; gnoddeigliborliood ; cop vcuieut to Elevated Road. Apply to Janitor. EAUTIFUL FRES Jli KLAT-0 RCM>MS, 7 LA RGB and light, 2 Inside; well ?eutllated; every convenience ami modern Improvement; in ? indow* fronting on street; rent #1,10), Including .team heiiting lor parlor, bath room 11IIrl hall ; good cellar, and roof lor drying clothe*; furniture lor .ale; poaaewioti immediate, luquire on premi.es 182 l ast .3d st., first flat. CI -117, FRENCH FLAT, 854 HTH AV.. NEAR 55111 /).*t.; all light, elevator, Ac. : Janitor in attendance. MORRIS B. BAKU A CO., 72 West 34th. Desirable, comfortable floors; four tonm., #14 to $17: nice location; llth and 12th sta, adjoining- d av. Apply 309 12th. First class apartments at aos west sorn st.; eigt t Room*; nona datb; eteam heat; all convenience*-. $ 15. Apoly to Janitor or GEORGE E. JAItDlNE, 1.2t>7 H roadway. 7LATS TO LET IN HARLFM ?LOW RENTS. II. McCAKFKRTY A CO., H50 r>th av. PLAT OK SEVEN ROOMS?ALL IMPROVEMENTS; house In perfect order; rooma all light and airy; rent low to a good tenant. 838 8th av. Ear,DORS TO LET-IN NEW BROWN 8TONB HOUSES 1 OS and HA) ttth av.; all convenience*. ORLEANS FLATS, 8TII AV. AND 57TH ST.; SEVEN Rooma; all Improvement*; private hall., Ac.; relit* $20 to$?2. J. EDGAR LEAVCRAFT, 7(12 Stli av. THE FIRST FLOOR TO LET?IN THE HIGH STOOP liou-c No*. 137 and 138 Sullivan st.; rent low. [to LET?SECOND Floor. FIVE ROOMS, IN PRI vatc house, with owner. 14<l W est 2t<th ?t. AIICB SECOND AND TIIIRU FLOOR, OAS AND water, walls painted, brown stone front, for $18 and #2(1. Inquire of Mr*. WATTS, 784 Greenwich st., cornar Bethuue. A PRIVATE FAMILY. DELIGHTFULLY LOCATED, will let a second Floor, en suite or singly. Address box ltK) Herald Uptown office. T 80 WBST 27TH ST.?A PARLOR AND BASEMENT Floor, tour room*. THREF. ROOMS-SECOND FLOOR; WALLS PAINT- i ed ; quiet house; $13 50. 3 Hethuue at. In<|tiire On the , premiss*. The whole or part of a brown stone House. In perfect order, to let to a desirable tenant. Apply 214 Kant 118th st. rpo LET?THREE FLOORS WITH ALL MODr.KN IM 1 proveinenta In a private honne. in a respectable neigh borhood. No. 32 East 4th at., near Bowery. Imniire mi the prelum-* hetwean 12 and 3 o'clock. LOUIS HIRT. AO LET-HANDSOME FLAT OF SIX ROOMS; CAR pe'a fur sale if deUred. 4i>7 4th av., fliat floor. mo LET?TWO ROOMS ON SECOND FLOOR, WITH 1 one on third IT waned, to a gentleman and his wile, for light housekeeping. 2t!l Weat24lb at. TO LET?FLOORS OF FIVE ROOMS, PARLOR, DtN ing room, kitchen ami two bedroom*, wash tub* and gas. in tit-- new brown atone front house* northwest corner 01 at at . .'<d av., to small respectable families: rents from $13 to $18 per month. Inaulre on the pretul-As for M. C. GREENE. TO LET-IN A PRIVATE HOUSE, A THIRD Fl.OOK of fire rooms; rent. $23 per mor.th ; In good order and the neighborhood good. Call at 43rt West 34th at. mo LET-TO A SMALL FAMILY, THE SECOND 1 Floor of No. 4 Charlea st. rpo LET?AT 121 EAST 531) ST.?KIRsT FLOOR. 4 1 Rooms, with Baaemeiit. Kitchen and P.atlt Room, in ex cellent order ami with all Improvements; rent moderate to ii genteel family of adulta ouly. See owner on premises. No bill up. rpo LET?AT 3D I WK*T 22D. IN A PRIVATE HOUSE, J. four or five Rooms, with or without carpet*. TO LF.T? FIRST CLASS FRENCH FLAT. NINE light rooma; all improvement*; Janitor In building. Call at 3d West 15th st. TO LET.?SECOND FLOOR TO LET, IN A PRIVATE houso. No. 338 West llHh st. TO LET?SECOND FLOOR; FlVE ROOMS; ALL Im provement*; cheap. 341 West 17th tt. TO SMALL FAMILIES?IN BKOWN STONE HOUSE. First and Haaement Floors, $3(1; tils ? cleg nt Second floor, $24. Apply at tiPl 2d av., near 37th at. VERY DESIRABLE ROOMS IN LOWER PART OF It utae 172 West 23d tt.; good location lor yiy genteel ?last* orhantekeeplnj. ' 11(11 SEN. HDDMs, WANTED. * In till* Cilv untl Hrooklvn. 'Die price of the Herald has been reduced to three cents per copy. A~>HYSICIAN WAN rsTvVO UNKURN ISIIKO COM municatlng Room*, flrKt or secund Hour: rent nut tu ex ceci (10 per month. Andrew l)r. VAN DYKE, I,&1 Ureen at., Philadelphia. l OK NTLiiAN wISflKrt A UKOK, NICELY fVU ? Lnlahed Hvdroom. with grnt-lire, in a private houa ? be reeti Hth and Jtith vtv. Reply Immediately O. H. A.. H erald office. TTM.OOR WANTKO-BY A IIKNTIsT. HTM AV., HK p tween 'IMth and 40th via , or tUh itv , between 'dtld and ??'7th atv. : ninat nave wide enlVance and alx or veven rnomv and privilege of one ature window for thow room: nil In irood order ami (or not leaa than three yeara. CASH, bos 111 I'ptown Herald ofllre. Ill DI.OW A VO.. 27 UNION SoUAItK. HAVE DK Jmand for turniahed end unfurniened Eltiuaea Owner* wid plc?ve aend devcriplton t ? our oftiee at once Pit IN* A I K FAMILY OK TWO DBMRB \ SMALL UN farniahed llonvo. on ?r near Nth or .Madiann av.; earpet* and mirrora; earp-ta tjiivt bo in the heat of order. Addroia A., bo* lbti llcranl office. mffo FURNISHED ROOMS-KOR UKNTLEMAN, I wilo and three children, for winter: revpectatde neighbor hood, near 0th at.. private laiuily; terniv moderate. Ad dreva C. II X, Herald udiee. Y\r AN fl-.D - \ SUIT Of TWO OB TIIRKR ROoMS, rr handaumeiy fiirnlahed, for hmuekerptng; neartlthav. bolow -ltd at., preferred. KltKhOuM, llerald Uptown office. U> an run -BY A KAMII.Y OK I IIRKK. AN UNFVB uiahed Klat ol ahout live or vix room a. and it muat tie in a good neighborhood; will pay trom (4ii to (.'a' per month. Addreva Mra. C. K. M . Fordunm Pual office. New York. tRFANTKD?BY OKNTESMaN ami WIFE, TWO Ol II tiiree nnfnrnivhed Kooniiln a private family: beat ref erence* Addrev* FRANCIS, Herald Uptown office. WtWTKD?0TOKK ami APARTMENTS, SU1T1N0 lor toy*. Ac.. In bevt iipiuwn ?Itiiatjoii. ill. Hth or stli *r. preferred. Addreva R. C., box 142 Herald I'ptowti office. WrANTED -SMAl.I. kVkMSIIKD HOL'SK, JERSEY 11 thty good locality; modern Improvement*. Addreva Kyl'ITABLK, Herald office. w WaNTBD-FURNISUKD HOUSE FOR WINTER 11 revidcnce between 4lh at. ai.d t'ai.tral P?r*, hth and Id ail.: 1-' room* at leaat Addrew box Jiffi Poat office, N. Y. YV V.N I KH- nVO uli III KKF. RotiM.s, HUITAHLR 11 for light manufacturing pmputea. App > to MOODY, PUTNAM A t'O , 2W4 Broadway. 'AN fKH-KURNlsllr.il II < >i s I, Y i. \ ra I. LuCA lion, owner to board In lieu or rent or part, wltn priv liege Ola lew boarder*; boat of raferrnc*. Addrea* I'Alt HtlN, Uptown ntllce. YV A NT Jill?HOI > n sl/.KH KU RN Is IIK I) ~ HOURR, ?T ceutial lacatluu. for bu*rder*. Box 4.07s city. \\' an TKI?-MY A FAMILY OK \ HI 1.1 i., A ru I.LY ?T tiirnlajicd Hoove. In exreilent order, wen afle, between 10th and 4<?th. Broadway and 7lb av. Adiireva, with full pirtlcularv. II. II., box I2'l Uptown llerald office, \AT ANTED -IN 1 NhXCEPTIONABLE LOCALITY, TV larpe Kooui. vuutlierii aspovnr*. gr*t* fire, running wviar. u itli or wilhont braahfavl lu roou. . lernia (ti to f* weekly. Addr*** Mra. J., Jll Wa?t :'H?h. PER MONTH WILL He. run FOR A Kl It Uniahed liuuae, lur boardera, between 2Uth and 4<itli via, Olli anil Lexington ova. Aildraav JOHNSON, llerald Uptown office. _ In lli? Couritrv. WANTED TO RUNT-IN ORANwK oR ELIZABETH. N. a farniahed liuuae, lur a Ivutilv uf tiiree adulta, in a good and healthy Ijcalion near depot Reply. vtathig term*, which muat be iuw, tu K. L. si., 1'uat utlic* bus I.-IB. New 1 urk. clever, and made favorable impression."?Herald. Miss Putnam revealed trelit of a sensibility and personal worth tb.it attracted retard, ar.d was treated with frequent applause."?'tri bune. 'Mine Putnam is a success ful rival of Lotta."?Dally News "Miss Putnam Improves successfully Uer numerous opportunities and gave lively sat islactiu n. "?Times. "Miss Putnam, indeed. It weicume as an actress, care ful In her art ami excellent In Its execution."?Express. "To apeak of her perfonn anee is to say It 1s one of the meet charming the stage-has ever boasted."?Telegram. 7'/t< price of the llerald. has been reduced to three rents per copy. Brooklyn tTTkai iTi~ Messrs. SHOOK Jk PALMER I essees and Managers Every evening ami at the Saturday Matinee. KEN UK HA it in his celebrated iiup mutation of PALRTAPP. in xhakespeara's hist, rle play of IIKMtV IV. supported by a powertut cast. Sent week-Miss i ll AKLoTTK rilUMPnON. rruTSb week: third week ? third week 5 P. T. HARNIMS P r HAK.M'M S NEW AND GREATER I slluW ON EARTH HIPPODROME, HIPPoDKOMK, HIPPODROME, I (Oilmore ? i.arneu) OPEN BVEltY APTEIUIOON AND KVENINO. PaVORITK FAMILY RESORT ' MOST ELEGANT AMUSEMENT PALACE IN THE WORLD. CAPTAIN (ISOROE COSTENTENl'R, Tba Tatl.'oed Mao?The Greatest I'uriosity Ever Seen. circus kob tiik little polks. AN ENTIRE CHANGE OK PROGRAMME. ADMIRAL DOT. ADMIRAL DoT, aDMIRaL DOT. ! the World renowned Little Mas. More distinguished Equestrian< and Athletes than were | ever nature nrcseuied at any time in any age or place. NOTICE.?The Urasd Pa_-eani of the opening will com tariicc nreciselv at"J and S o'clock. I'lie Menagerie. Museum and Curioeltlee will be kepi open one hour alter the Circus performance. The animals lu the .Menagerie will be ted iu tba pretence of the audience at 4 o'clock P M everyday ADMISSION 50c. CHILDREN under niae veers, 2.Ye ORCHESTRA SEATS. Uie. EXTRA Doors open at I mid 6:90 P. M. Orchestra seals can be secured at toe box office on' week In advance. ^ -OLYMPIC " NOVELTY THEATER ~000 L Y Y MM MM PPP ? II COC O OL YY MMMMP LUC 0 o 0 L Y M .MM M PPP II C O O 1. Y M M MP II C C OOO LLI.L Y M V M P II CCC NOVELTY THEATRE. NOVELTY THEATRE. H ROADWAY, UJ4 COL. WM. E. SINN ..Manager ADMISSION, lflc, 30c.. OOe.. 75c. and SI. M A IINE8S, 15c.. 2oc. and Hie. 'Mies Putnaui Is very " THE II KILL IA NT COM.M KD1ENKE. KATIE PUTNAM ae LITTLE NELL and the MARCHIONESS In Dlckene' -OLD CURIOSITY SHOP. PRONOUNCED Ul THE PRESS A dramatic triumph. EVERY EVENING AND RaTURDaY MATINEE MONDAY NEXT. ENTIRE CHANGE. NOVELTY COMPANY __ NUMBER SEVEN. rTil AV. THEATRE BROaDW>"v~AKD 38TH 8T. ?^Proprietor and Manager Mr. AUGUSTIN DALY EVERY NIGHT AT ft. ME AUGUSTIN DALY'S SPECTACULAR COMEDY, AN OVERWHELMING SUCCESS II L II FFKFP EKKEB L II P E L II KKP EEE L II V H LLLLL II P EEEE8 tt A COMEDY OP CITY TYPES 11 with n GORGEOUS TRANSFORMATION, and the ravishing BALLET IN THE SNOW I 1 in whicU Mil#. BONFANTI and Mil#. SOIiLKB Hjjpo nr. TliK GREAT COMEDY CAST Include. Mr. COG H LAX. JOHN House. Crowded ! 1 liKOUGHAM. CHAKLKS FISHER, JAMK8 LEWIS. W.M. DAVIDtiK. Laughter Incessant I Mi.s GtORlilE DREW, EMILY MGL, SYDNEY COWKLL, MaRY WELLS. ?nd Mr?. G. H. GILBERT. ?.?The GRAPHIC ?uys -' The Snow Ballet in LlFR ia the most exquisite that .een giveu ill tlua city. It 1. n mar vel lu it. way '.: " ?.?MATINEE of "LIKE'' SATURDAY AT 2. fpllBAT RK CO.MIyL'E. 114 BKOAHVAI. ' X HAKRIGAN A II ART 1'roprietoia M. W II AN LEY Manager IIARKIGAN A ll'RT in Edward flarrlgau's ? HOLD HIBERNIAN BOY 8. The talenti'd young comedian and mimic NAT. C. GOODWIN Hilly llarry in THE TOUGH MAN FROM AVENUE. A. THE SKIDMORE GUARDS, by the Miniature U9tli Buys. Wash Norton. Erba Robeson, Prof. Noll Smith. Billy Gray, Billy Carter and Larry Tooley First time tins season ul John F I'oole'a drama, THE ITALIAN PADRONE. Edward Harridan (in hi. origi&al creation). The Italian Padrone Tony Hart.... .. a. Lorrnio McCoy WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY MATIN EES. * IffAOLK THEATRE. J Broad* nv and 33d it. Proprietor and Manager Mr. JOSH HART ^ ??? " A THE GREAT BILL THIS WEEK. EVERYBODY DELIGHTED WITH THE ? FUN FUN FUN FUN PUN The EAGLE'S Star Coinpanr con.I.lion of the following Arti.ia PUN Ml.. Julia Hesucterc. Mia. Jennie Hughes, Miss Jennie Heauclerc, Miss LI.lie helsey. Mi*. Marlon Fi.k, Mr. Johu Mild. ?Mr II. Richmond, Mr. Dave Heed. Mr. Jainee Bradley. Murphy and Morton, Mr. Li. Kelly. Mr J J. keilv, Mr. A. II. *>heldou. Mr. J. F Crossen and a host or others, MATINEES WE UN In their original SKETCHES. ACTS, COMEDIES; Ac., Ac. BABY elephant. dodging For a wife. GRIP SACK, or sE.no HIM To WALLACE'S. LA MANoLa .nd tliwvery laughable Comic Sketch entitled the Italian padrone, or the SLAVE OF THE HARP. KRDAY AND SATURDAY, 17" i'.LLV A LKOV'S MINSTRELS. < OPERA HOL'sK IV ELI.Y A l.EON S M INS THE I.S I 23d si. and titli av Tllr. Fa.SHoNAHI.K MINSTREL TEMPLE Great Hit I CtlINO-CIIOW-lli. I Great Hit. Offenbach's | I'll ING OHO W-ll I.l Offenbach's Opera HnufTe. | I'll ING-C lit) W-ll I. | Opera Houffe. Terrllic flight of "tho only Leon" front tbe ?DOME OF THE THEATRE." Beautiful imported court dresses. 4l> artists. "!M PERIA J APS." 40 artists. Boa office open dally from B A. M. to 10 P. M. 1)akisian varieties. ?. ar" m I IRISIAN VARIETIES, I.SHINES OVER ALL ldTH ST. AND BROADWAY'. fSHINES OYER ALL.^ Most Popular Keeort lu New York. Pairooiied be tho Elite of the World. A Evening at 8. Matinee Tuea., Tliura. and Sat at 2. Nature, Art, I Greatest Array I startling Novelties Beauty Slid of Talent Brilliant Mieeialtlea. Merit t.omhined. | In th. ('niverse. | Elegant Varieties Only theatre in New Y ork where every act ie encored. I H. SHOT IX THE EYE. Lovely Ballet. | Nymph's March. SETTING BULL. Largest, liveliest, and oest entertainment lu tbe world. GRAND ENTERTAINMK.VT every SUNDAY KY'EnING ^ RBL'CKL'E. AKBUCK'lR. GRAND TESTIMONIAL BENEFIT to the distinguished artist. Mr M AKBUCKLE. at the Twenttgwcuiid Regiment Armory, 14th at.. SaTUKD.? EVENING, OCTOBER 28. GILMORE's GREAT MILITARY BAND. Mi.s LILLIAN B. NORTON AND A HOST OP VOLUNTEERS. Tickets for sale at the Armory, Hopkins' music atore, 30 Rast 14tli st., and by the officers of the Twenty-second regi ment. Argyll ROOMS. ~ akoylb rooms. (?ill AV. AND BOTH ST. BRILLIANT TRKPStCIlORRAN ENTERTAINMENT ONLY PLACE OF AMUSEMENT OF THE KIND I.N THE CITY. GPBN KVKKY NIGHT. COMMENCING AT 'J O'CLOCK. ENTRANCE (IS JUT 11 ST. /n hateau MA BILL E VARIETIES. V.) 34tli at. aim 3d av. Standing mom at a premium. I RADIANT. ] ENTER I'A l N M EN'I 7 SPARKLING. T | UL4IRIOUS. | IN TUB CITY | SENSATION AL. | First lime of the Scr.aation Burlesque. THE FAST 2 :4 I 1'IIIc.VES, Tableaux Vivants. La ?liuuett. Sixty ffrst class male and female artiste in Picturesque. Torpsichoreau ami Musical Novelties. Evening at rt. Matinees Tuesday. Thursday ond -aiurdav at 2. Abkrle's tivoli theatre! Stli ?t., betweou 2d and td ava. AMERICA'S OWN Ml SIC FA LACK Till- WEEK, 1 ' NEW VA. IKI'Y ARTISTS. THE REFUGEE GRAND SPECTACULAR P.NTOMIMK. Zouave drill by 20 young ladies. Admission 23c. Saturday Matinee 13c. PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY. SECOND PUBLIC REHEARSAL. FRIDAY*. OCTOBER 27. Al' 2:30 P. M. ACADEMY OK MISC. GRAND OKC1IK TRA OF THE SOCIETY. Dr. LEOPOLD Da.MROSCM. Con luctor. Y'ocali.t. Mme. li. PAI'l'F.MIElM, Me.ara. II. A. BIHCIIOFF and F-. Rl .MMKRfZ. PROG Kt MME. The first time in America, lirst act of DIE WALKERS (thu itcoiid part of the "Ring des Nibeiaugen"), by K. Wag ner. SUBSCRIPTION'S. Season Tickets, with 'reserved seats, for rehearsals onlv, #!?; Season Tickets, with reserved seats, for concerts, f7 . one Scasou Ticket lor reliearskls aud coucerts, without re served seals. #10: including reserved seats lu anv osrt ol the house, except proscenium boxes. #13 are now being re ceivn.l at Scliirmer's, 7u| Broadway; Martens Brothers, 1.104 Broadway, ami by anplving to the Secretary D. Sen anil. No. ul Ka?t .id si Ext. a rehearsal ticket. * v.' G "L_* BKIt -'S. AT 2U, A?s.sled by emlucnt artists, yocal aud lastrunisntal Tickets, Bl. 03 KRM A.N LY THEA'TReT ' ~~ TAD. NKl ENDoRSF Director EVERY NIGHT THIS WEEK -FnllREOL. play In four acts, by Sarilou. Box office open dally from 3 till 4 o'clock. rPIIE NEW YORK CENTENNIAL 1 LOAN EXHIBITION NATIONAL ACADEMY OF DES.ON. Corner 23d at sail 4th av. METROPOLITAN MUHKUM op ART. ? . 128 Weat 141b at. DAY AND EVBNING-23 CENTS. These grand collections Irom tbo Private Galleries of ths wealthy citi/eus cf New York, insured lor over #l,UG>,tJU0, and rvprraenting the great modern painters of Europe and America, WILL CLOSE FRIDAY NIGHT, NOV. 10. j^MKKICAN INSTITUTE. " 2d and 3d are, between 03d aud 64tb ata. FORTY-FIFTH GRAND NATIONAL EXHIBITION. RKDUCTION~OF PRICKS from Octobor 24 to elns4 of Bahlbltlou. Adults, 23r.; children utM4r 13 yeara. 13c. BA N.I i.) I NSTKI i' I 111N > GIVEN BY PRllF. IIINiTy'T. DOBSON. 4dd tith ay.; also Daucl ig lur the vsilety ataga. f MKHOX'S ART GALLERY. ?0 STII AV , CORNER "I7tliat APTOMMa.s MATlShE, SATURDAY, ui'TO OOTH'H TilEA I RK ELEVENTH WEEK, UaKRKTT A P.tLMKK Lessees tsd Iw wn EVEXTY FIRST TO SEVENTY SKVi.NTH TIMES. AMUSKMBWTM. The price of the Herald has been redittni to three cents per copy. I si <?1 the iterwhelmlagly socceeelnl production LORD BYRON'S RXQlVlTK. ROMANTIC PLAY, sakiian apalis "THE GLORY OK THE ~TAGE." A power Ihl cast, including Mr ?' C. HANGS a) x. SARDAN \ KALI'S AGNES HOOT i *, ...,M YK.IIIA Of the GRAND ITALIAN riALLKi tIS id uumbrr, are tha renowned Mil*. HAKTOLETn. premiere danseuse avvo luta u( the Grand Opera. Parts, *ud Big. MASCAUNO, of the baa Carlo, Naples, uud Sca'.a, VIiIt a SUPERB STAGE EFFECTS matinkk Saturday, at itsa THE NK* AND BEAUTIFUL BALLET DIVER TIKSKjIKXT, which h*? been many week* iu cartf il re iiaar**!. will t?? produced on next Monday. October MO the occatinu of the Seventy aii?htU perform itice of SaKOA NAPaLI'S. Th?- maoauemetit prowls* that it will oxee d in novelty, brilhan'-y and treoerai excellence toy ballet vet ?eeu on llti* Continent The repreteuiaiion* ot SardauaDalue will positively conclude December 2 a> ar ratiyementt for its offering in Philadelphia and Button have been made. DAN'IKL DKL'CK. Gilbert's remarkable Loa don success, receotiy purchaaed by Jarrett k Palmer, will he produced thit ?easou. Beau for the first nights of the grand ne now be secured. N't XT SUNDAY. FOURTH GRAND CONCERT OOTUa THEATRE SPEtilAL. MESSRS. JARRETT A PaLMER ara plaated to an nounce th# rtadinris of the NEW GRAND HaLLKT DIVERTISSEMENT for public protentntinn. It will ba given ou next MONDAY EVENING, tha 30tli Inst., tha Beginning of tha TWELFTH WEEK OK BAR DANAPALl'S, and at an additional attraetira foatura of thr wonderful spectacle. The .uiire of thr GREAT ITALIAN CORPS OK AK TISTS an.I many other* will upprar and now costumes will add to the brilliancy of the novel and animated (tag* plc tara. The final rehoarsal* have deepened the impression that the public will prnnonuct the new ballet the finest yet seeu ou this continent *.* Scale for any night of next week and ol thii weak insy be eeenred at the box office. gOOTH'S THEATRE" NEXT SUNDAY. EXTRAORDINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. RETURN OK NEW YORK'S FAVORITE TENOR. Mr. J. C. FRYER BEGS to announce hie good fortune in eecurlng for hie tourth Grand Operatic Concert In Booth's Theatre NEXT SUNDAY EVENING. October 29, tha world * trreateat tenor, Signor KKANCK-CO MAZZOLENI. formerly the inoet popular tenor of the Italian Urand Opera In the Academy ol Muelc. this city, and wltoae triuntpltaul earerr hae since been crowned with lanrole gained in the Theatre I'agliano, Florence; the San Carlo, Naples, and Apollo Thaatre, Rome. In addition to thie importaut engagement Mr. Fryer hae also arranged w.tlt the world-renowned prima donna soprano, MADAME ANTOINBTTA ORTOLANI. formerly of the Academy of Mneic in this city and recently from ectnes of great triumph In South America. The prodigy. Matter GLAUCO MAZZOLENI, aged )U yrtre, but one of tha most remarkable of pienoforto artiste, will make hit flret appearance in New York giving a phc uoinenal performance on tha Wsber grand piano A GRAND ORCHESTRA ot chosen instrumentalists. Other great artists. Including STODDAKT. the popular baritone, aud aKBUCKLK, lite renowned cornet somlsl, will also appear in a remarkable programme, which will be enriched by tfia offering lor the Bret time iu Auteric t of two superb compositions written expressly for Slgnor MAZZ'J LKNI by tho great LIZBT. Mr. Fryer is compelled, by reason of the great outlay earned by these engagements, to absolutely suspend the free list. V Beats for next Sunday evening can now be secured at the box office of this Theatre; Schirmer't. 7U1 Broadway; KullmsP's. Ill Broadway, and at any of tha priaeipal ho tels. Tickets, with reserved seats, 91 only. UUD'S MUSEUM. WOOD'S. W. E. BARNES Manager. THIS DAY. EVENING AT a I MATINEE AT 2. J B. SIUDLEY THE LEGENDARY I'LAY, in BUFFALO BILL. J RIK VAN WINKLE. w UNION SQUARE I EVERY NIOUV. THEATRE. I tha moat successful I'lay ol Proprietor. | the CENTURY, Mr. SHERIDAN SHOOK. I D'Ennery A Cortnou's raar Manater, I vellotts Drmita. Mr. A. M. PALMER. I THE TWO ORPH ANS. Begins at 81 over at II :l!k J with its superb stags settings SATURDAY MaTINEE I snd its unrivalled caste, ill at 1 au I eluding the following -art istsMessrs. C. R. Thorno, I Jr.; John Parselle. Frederic ( Robinson. Jautes O'Neil. ' Claude Burroughs, J. G. Peaks. II. W Montgomery, Thomas h. Morris, L. Thomp son, J. Matthews, W. H. Wil der. II. A.vllng, W Itaynon, W. S. Qulgley, C. M. Collins and Miss, s Fanny Morant, Kate Claxton. Sara.lewett, Kate Girard. Mrs. Msrle Wit kins and Miskee Ida Vernon, Koborta Norwood, Ethel Allen. L- Cleves and Mrs. la E. Seymour. Box ofllce open daily from 8 A. M. to to P. M. "Those who hsve not teen the TWO ORPHANS as pro duced st the Union Square Theatre have not seen it st aU."?Chicago Herald. WALLACE'S. Mr. LESTER WALLVCK Proprietor and Manager EVKKY EVENING AT 8. EVERY SATURDAY MATINEE AT 1^ ?- *? The new Comedy by Dion Boucicault. FORBIDDEN FRUIT. Brtormed by Menri. U. J. MONTAGUE, HARRY it KETT. EDWARD ARNOTT, HERBERT. nHANXUX, KYTINGK. EDWIN, LEONARD. PECK, and Mmei. ADA DYAS. ponjsi, ki-fib GEKMON. BLAISDKLL. Mr. Wallack it obliged to announce the iMt nights of thie eomedy In the inidet of Hi successful career. It must be wltlidrnwn for the present, hi on Thursday. November 9, DION BOUCICAULT Will nppear hi "CONN," In hi? Irlih Drama the SHAUUHRaUN, nrigiually produced in.Wallack'e Theatre and written for the company. In addition to the features of the original cait which will he preserved. Mill Rose Wood, Mill Josephine Baker and Mr. C. A. Stevenson will appear hi Arte, Moya aud Robert Folliolt. Mr John Gilbert will on thii occasion make his Brit ao pearance this season. rprt.NY PASTOR'S NEW THKaTKE, J. ON Y PASTOR'S NEW THEATRE. .VC> AND 587 HHO \ DWaY, directly opposite Metronolitan Hotel. A GRAND GIVEN ON FRIDAY AT 3 O'CLOCK, FOB LADIES CHILDREN. M ATINEES TUESDAY. FRIDAY.^ Greet h't. Unbounded success of JOHN <g> <S> II ART. ' JOHN I JOHN HART, i HART. JOHN <& <8> IIAKT. the Comedian King, The PARKERS, the DALVS. BOBBY NEW CO MB. T. M. MEN GEEK JOHN $ <?> HARRY JOHN I KEKNHLL. ] IIARBY John * 4 harry ToNY PASTOR'S 'AMOUS 100 stars. (Adapted inr >*? an > and Orchestra by Llsst.) DRAMATIC SYMPHONY-' Romeo aud Juliet," op 17 Berllos Bowery theatre. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 20?C'HANGK OF BILL. Mr. SID C. FRANCE, In Ills great Sanitation Drama, MARKED FOR 1.1 EE, preceded hy the Farce ol THE TWO BOXXVCASTLES. CCOLUMBIA OPERA HOUSE, J corner West I.'th st and<.reen?lob nr. Crowded nightly hy the elite to see a purled blase ol splendor. A grand Parisian pallet, au efficient carps of ipecialtv artlils. NEW ACTS. NEW SONGS, NEW MUSIC. The sensation theatre ot America. EVERY c.VteN I NO AT R Carriages at I 1. martin fakguhak tupphr. Y EVENING. OCIOHEK 30. O. W. HUNTER, the Mimic. JENNIE ENGLh. A. C. MoRKLAND, CHARLEY WORLP.Y and THBO. THOMAS' SYMPHONY CONCERTS. WITH PUBLIC REHEARSALS. SEASON 1876-77, AT STlUXWAY IIALL PRICE OF SUBSCRIPTION TICKETS:? $S To Syniphouy Coucerti, with reserved seat $9 Tc Public Rehearsals, with reserved seat 4 THIS THURSDAY) AFTERNOON. October J', at 2, FIRST AFTERNOON PUBLIC REHEARSAL. Admission to Rehearsal, TV. Reserved Seats, 'JNc. extra. On SATURDAY EVENING. Octoler 2S. at 8, FIRST SYMPHONY CONCERT. SOLOISTS:?Mme MADELINE SCHILLER, Piaalst. Mise ANTO.MA IIENNE. Contralto. Mr, GEORGE WKHKKNKATH. Tenor. Mr FRANZ KKMMEKTZ, Baritone. A CHORUS OF MIXED VOICES. Pregramme;? SYMPHONY?NO. 8 Is. F. op WJ Beethoven FANTASl K?In C, on. lb. .. Schubert * "Pi Orchestra, Choruses and Solos. ADMISSION TICKETS, $1; RESERVED SEATS, HOC. AND 81 EXTRA. The sale ot tickets for the first Public Rehearsal and Sym phony Concur*, will commence THIS MOKXISO, at the box office of Steln?a> Hall; bcbiruier's. No. 7ot Broadway; Sc.iuhcrth *. No. 23 Union square, and at the ticket office, No. Ill Broadway. Matinees Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at (tlllCKERING HALL. CITY COURSE. /AMERICAN l.llKKAUY BUREAU Managers MONDAY readings from ills own works. Reserved Seats 7o cents. Admission 50 cent.. For sale at Pond's. :tu Union square, and at James Miller's book tere, 647 Broadway. Brooklyu Ac sdemy October 31. STK1NWAY llALL-t.lt. HERRMANN LINDK'8 siIaKsPKaKK HKC1 TaI Hi.Ns (by memory). Friday. Octo er 27-SOMERN ACllTSI RaUM. Monday, October 30?MACBETH. Friday, November 3?CORlOLANUS. Admission One Dollar. N. B.?Beate are arranged that every one can Me Mr. Llnde. H HNKY WARD BEBCHBR, HENRY WARD bebchek. HENRY WaKU HEKCIIKK. HENRY WARD BKKCHKR, In his new lecture, ?Hark TIMES," "HARD TIMES," CHICKKRI NO HALL, to-night. Tickets at Scribuer't, Union sqnare. I R VI NO HALL -GRAND OFKNINU BAL FRANCA IE de I'llarmonle to-night. GpALAlS ROYAL." 4RV ?TI1 AV.-STRA*UERS VISIT JT lug the city should not latl to visit this piaee; 4D young Isdy attendants; admission free. "PK'.TTY AS A FICTURK"?AIMKE'S GREAT BONO, 1 40c.; "Sweet By and By," song, 40c., March. JV.; Km?v Arrangement, 'Ji>c.; "Thy Name," Midard's latest and best souc. . bj. : "Album Leaf." Wagner. .">0 .; Vsr dicte Waltz." Strauss. IV DITSO.1 A CO.,711 Broadway. I5ANCY DRESS AND 8HADOW DANUBE AT THE branch Ball, Irving Uoll, to-night. ANl'IBDHBrn. The firice of' the Herald has been reduced't three cents per copy. N'lHLO'8~ GARDE? ? HARLKS F A KNOLO Lose# and Managei MENSEM SHERWOOD Dlrrctoi (THIRTY-SIXTH t? FORTY SECOND PERFORMANCE ol B AIIA ! In the history of Kiulo's Uwilrn there la recorded no such ? u> ceu 01 iiaa dovuc4 lha pforu ol the present manage ment. Since the opening night the houses have lieeu in variably overcrowded, end nightly hundred* here left the box office unable to obtain seat*. li A Ha it con--?ued by aV to be the must PERFECT PPKCTA - LB i'KRFECT SPECTACLE I EVRR PRODUCED IN NEW YORK. "BABA.'- AT MBLO'S HARDEN UAH PROVED A SUt i'RS-> GREATER THAN TUAT OP TUB 'BLACK ('MOOR OK r11K "WHITE FaWN."?NEW YORK HERALD, OCtOBKR IB. Triumph of Mr Benaen 'bi-r wood's MYSTICAL TK t.NSFiiRMATIONS. The wouderlul change (V >m the (tup on the open tea ta thsr fairy palace pronounced the /W!MK OF MECHANICAL AND ARTISTIC SKILL. Decided hit of Miss ELIZA W hATHERSBT a* AMORET, and of Mr W. M. CRANI-. aa BABA. UNPARALLELED TRIUMPH OF THE MO-TARTISTI0 Choreographic art lata ever even In ttila country. Mile ELIZtB T.\ MK.VZp.LI and Mile. MKL8NB MENZELI. 1IIB SWEET Ml'SIC BY MAX MARBTZEK. THE AMAZON MAHCH-THK REVELS OF THE ROSES T11E BLBtiANT SChNKKY?THE ARTISTIC PROP BHTIES?THE PERFECTION OK BALLET. matinee Saturday at i:sn jpARK THEATRE,- B OAUWaY AND 22D ST, The remarkable bit of the aeaaoa. TOM COBB. Last nlgbt of the pvetio Play SWEETHEARTS. Saturday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, last matinee of 8WEET1IBART8. NEXT MONDAY BVE.VINO. the greet Pariiian Sensation, ADAM AND EVE. SAN FRANOISthJ MINSTRELS. ) OPERA HOUSE, AN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS. | Broadway and JtHli at. KaN FRANCISCO MlNSTKKLS. j The Miualrel Palace. SAN FRANCISCO MINsTRKLS. I The Minstrel Palace. The creme do la crenie of Minstrelsy Slde-Sollttiug Jokes. Glorious Singing. Comic Dau-.es. RECEIVED WITH SCREAMS NIGHTLY. The funniest entertainment tu the oil . Jtr. MATINEK SATURDAY AT 2. SEATS SECURED. Phllntlelphla Amuiementi. The price of the Herald has been reduced to thrm cents per copy. OX'S AMEK.C.vN THEATRE" PHILADELPHIA. OP. N ALL THE YEAR ROUND. THE HANDSOMEST THEATRE IN THE CITY. (IOLOUICaL OAKDEN, FA1KMOUNT PARK, PHIL ndelphia.?I ipeu dally. A large collection of living wild beasts, bird* and reutilea. Admlasion, 2-">c. Children. 10c KIRALFY'S ALHAMBKA PALACE. " The fashionable retort ul Philadelphia. KIRALFY BROTHERS Sole Proprietor! AROUND THE WORLD IN SO DAYS. Secured aenu two weeks in ailrauce. THE GREAT SIEGE OF PARIS. -EXHIBITION DAILY, 1-RoM S A. M. To 10 P. M., EAST OF THE PHILADELPHIA MAIN EXPOSITION BUILDING. Y E W N ATIONAL T H EAT KK.P |T 1L A DBLPUI A. -TUB i\ BLACK CROOK, with the PKEKLES8 MOKLACCUL j he grandest entertainment In the city. KREUTZBERG'S GRETt EUROPEAN ANATOMICAL nnd Historical Must-uni, 7'-"J Chestnut aC. Philadelphia. The greatest and must complete ever exhibited lu America Open dally. PIIILXdELP.IIA "MUSEUM?9TU AND AR0H~8TH.? The 1 i2tli conaeculive representatieu of the TWO ORPHANS. Mutiuec every aflernuon, TEN NIGHTS IN A BAR ROOM. _ PI.WOFORTKS, ORGANS, The price nf the Herald has been reduced to three cents per copy. LL I'EKHO N s"b KSI KUuiTo7PI:ROHA Si NO A GEN F a: .uine second hand Stelnway grand, square or upright I'lauo will find a flue assortment at our waroroorae: every Instrument in perfect condition and some of thoni nearly new ; also second hand Pianos of other makers-. bowara ol bogus pianos hearing our name or one closely resembling It. sTEINWAY A SONS. 107. Ill East Uth ?t.. Now York. A PRIVATE FAMILY, GOING ABROAD, WILL SELL .CXto cash purchasers a mnguiflcoiit 7<-j octave lour round rosewood Pianoforte; prumlnent makers: cost $1,000, lor $-75; Stool, Cover. Music Cabinet : Elegant Steinwar up right. oiiarter cost: Hox lor shipping; also, satin Parlor Suit, 7 pieces, at a sacrifice. Call at private residence. I'M West '.Mi st.. betweeu Oth and 7th avs. N. B ?Mutt ha sold. N. B. ? Box for shipping E. GAY. "FOR- KENT, I'PKIHH I, Syi'ARTllNd"1gRAXD ? Pianos of our own make: also lor sale and rant, a num ber of line second hand Pianos, in perfect order. WM. K.N ARE A CO.. No. IU 5th av., above 10th st. A KINK A880RTMKNT OF FIRST CLA8FPIaNO fortes for sale at very moderate prices, on easy and rea sonable terms, at HAINES BROS., comer Jd av. and 21st at. A few Pianos that have been used a little very low. A BAKU h SELECTION OK NEW UKRIOHT AND square Pianos, our own make, for hire, or aold on install* mtnii. Please call at factory and warernomt of DECKER A HARM'S. 127 :td av. . A -SATIN PARLOR .SUIT. COST $850. FOR 4250; ?do..$125; Chickerlirg Pianoforte, 423ft; 71, net .*;" np rliilit Pianoforte, inlaid cane, coat $1.1*10. lor 4275: -j.'.ry ami dining Kurnlture. Turkish Suit. 47ft; rep Suit, $3 , ^ ;e Paintings. Bronte*. Bedding. Ac.. M coat (family leaving city). N. B. ?Call private reaideuce No. 47 Weat llith at., between ftth and tlth ava. A' li KEATKhDUOTI ON.-100 PI AN OS AN D OKUANJ to rent. $"> and upward; Stein way's, CUickertng's ant other! on installments 1' Instrument* tnned and repaired. S. X. BALL A CO.. 15 Kant Htb at. LOT ~OF~"SECOND IIAND~pTaNOFORTBS, IS thorough order, lor aale at moderate price*: aiao Piano lo'tea to rent oi our own manufacture. By ClllCKERINli A SONS, 13o5th nr.. corner IHtli at. Tkion" I'Ianos?fiiK LTmncsF ifocK* ok re j\ liable aeeond hand Pianoa In the city, emue almost new, at one-quarter the original pricea lor caali or luatalnienta; aiao Pianoa to rent. SIMPSON A CO., No. 5 Eaat Htb at. larur stock of upright and squarb Pianoa and Organ*, for caali, Inatalmenta or rent, eery low. at P. SO HULK ICS, Eaat 14ih ah FOUR ROUND 7 1*S OCTAVE PIANOFORTE (MAGL uiflcent tone and flniela) coat $000, for $200; aacrificc. Reaiaence, 50 haat 9th at. ToCTAYK ROSEWOOD, CARVED LKOS, NEARLY new. Brat claia maker, at a great aacrlQce for Immediate caali. 404 Wot 54th at. A BEAUTIFUL CARVED ROSF.WOOD SEVEN OC tave I'lanol'orte, modern improvementl, $85. 21(1 Eaa( Both at., near 3d av. T PIANO FOR SALE?440i 445 WEST 4<1TJI ST. " UOltl r roaei BAROAIN?7*4 OCTaVE PIANOS ONLY 4150, NEARLY new; fully warruuted; instalments taken; rent 45. CaP.LK, HIV Won 23d at. BAUTIKUL" PIANOFORTE, $HlO; STEINWaY Pianoforte, every improvement; aacrlftee for caah. BIDDLh'S, 13 Waverley place, near Broadway. B A RO AIN S.?PI ANl isr 6_OCTA VK, $40; 7 OCTAVE, overatruug, till); 7 I-Sect are, elegant caae. 4150; rent*, 41; Organ. 400. OORDON A SON, 13 feast I4th >t. ~ .SALE-AT NTiTlft" WEST 3D ST.. A N KLEU ANT ruaewood Piano, Ironi Callaniberg A Taupe I, 7% octave. 1 ELKO ANT ROSEWOOD PIANO. BY BI.OOMKIKL0 A Otla; I elegant roaewnod Piano, hy F. C. Lights A Co. 1 elegant rosewood Piano, by l.oiiia Berge A Co. Aiao 1 auperb concert grand Piauo. T lie above are now on exhibition and will be aold at auction, hy TUNIS JOHNSON, 37 Naasau at,, on Friday, ap 12 o'clock. KEMuVAL-WATERS a'soSS." 481 "bkoadwat, .have removed tlieir Piano and Organ Warerooma to 40 Eaat 14th at.. I'uion square, where tlioy are prepared tu aell Pianoa and Organa o| tint claaa makera for caali or on inatalmeuta, or to let, at pricea to suit iho timea: eecond baud inalruineiita at great bargain*. HORACE WATER* A SONS, 4tl Eaat 14tli at.. Union square. Richly carved 7l octavk PiANoiToi'R house corner*, little u*ed, $180; rnuat be sold. Inquire Jan.tor, 230 Baal MRU at. Wanted?to f.xcii a nor evbnly, on account of removal to smaller apartment*. a square Piano foi an upright one, wortu about $300. Address, giving partic ulars, ('. H. A., Herald Uptown oiTlee. *1U ", CASH BUYS " HESI' I'TaNo Made I FIVR r]p J.>71 Ivaora' guarantee. WATSON'S Muaic Rooms, 32 East 14th at. di.HH? -POWERFUL NEW UPRIoTTt AND sgUAKB V?' Piano*. Factory, Hle.'cker; warerooma. 81U Broadway. UNITED STATUS PlA.NO COMPANY. MC'BlCAle. ~~ " i (TS.TftrENlAN OlTlKKAl 'fcXPERI^NCf"oiVfti J\ ln?truction on piano, org in. harp and harmony ai pupil's residence, 410 a quarter; rel'eience. Address, will residence, TRACIlBK, box 129 Herald Uptown Brand ortico. (iKNTLEMAN Teacher "for children or Plane in exchange lor day Hoard, at 24 Varick at. YOUNU MAN7 Wlfo" UNl)EKSTANDft"UIVINO piano lasaona. will teach children at hie residence, 333 East 3 let ?t. CtAito.?miss watson uivks piano anduuitar Jlrasuu*. 32 East 14tli at. Particulars In confectionery. \1TANTKD?A I'RI-.ITY (iOiiD SECiiND IiaND" Via" YT loneello and an eight-keyed lierrnan Plate. Addreai, stating price, Ac., V. F., Uptown Harald office. 1Y siTRUCTION. ~ The price Qf the Herald ha^hcen r til need to Ihret rente per ixtpij. N EXPERIENCED CLASSICAL AM) MaHILMAtT cat teaclier. who graduated with the highest honor*, de aire* private pupils; nrep.rei lor college; li in best ritv ret rrence. Address TEACHER, box 145 Herald Uptown oftice At montclaik. n. j.-private instruction and board given to parties ol neglected education ; Kng liab, Franch and music taught; terms vary rs.iaonabia. Ad dress II. 11 . box 187 M uteietf. N. J. CNaDY, WILSON A WALWORTH'S COLLBQK 61 EBusiness and Phonography, Ublon square. Day an* fevaulug. Low prices. PRACTICAL lessons in FRENCH, FROM $3 5C per month; conversation; no grammar reutilred. FRENCH IKA0HKK. 1.2.7 Broadway.' 4 Wanted by a lady sikanuku. ok 28, a foTT tion a* governess to clilldren. nrao give unBdenlla! lee soil! to those whose early education has t.aei: neg ected; four jears' study In bstt peneions of Swtteerland and I'arle; high cllv refe ence*. moral and educational, given. JULIA | COLLaCHK. 123.71b av. A?.vK*A? :kdakd and tuition, adukem I PIsCol'Ai, ACADEMY. 11 addon field. N. J. HK*TAlKAMs. $1 50 The price the Herald hoe been reduced to thret cenls per copy. LDkLMoNICo "" ~~~ ? Will open hi* NEW RES rAU i. ANT, 112 and 114 Broadway, on THURSDAY, October 24,