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TO LK'l FOH BUSIXEM* PlItPOSF.*
S|JENNKTT BUILDIN^"*
I) Fireproof.
Located as Niiesau. Ana and Fulton at*.
Kim Hour to let: suitable 'or bankers', insurance offlces or
lawyers. wil be lei together aria parts; be altered 10 mil
tenants it desired; adapted tor offices or stores.
Reasonable reuta.
Jklso sotut eligible Law Offices to iet
APPLY UK THE PREMISES.
Take the elevator Inquire tor Janitor.
0~LET?8TORB~A N D HO I RlTTlt? SOUTH 5lH AV.,
between Caual and Grand st*.. a good tboroughiare and
biaiui!) stand; rent $75.
TORBNT?TWcTlaRGE UALL8. 75X1'*) EACH, L0
< atrd In S'.'rt st.. nmr Broadway, adapted for business,
lecture. ball, concert or lodge room, ur would icskr obe of
lie finest gymnasiums In the Coautrv; well net ted ceil
ings 25 fart nigh Apply to J. U. D VIS, < orner 4th as. and
2Mb SI.
f' / ? -f NTH AT -?T~RkTRA>I V* M A>? tPA T
">\J I meats. Seen from s 3C lo 10 *i Sth a? . First
Flm. S. KICII. 74 Murray sU_
~ DWEI.L1N ti HOLSKJi a 4? LU a ?
K II I'll I all
An ei.eoant folk story 25 foot mansion, on
23d st., beautifully furnished . low rent
V K STEVENSON, Jr.
A PARTY going ABROAD WofLD LEASE Til KIR
splendid!; furnished Dwelling on 5th av to responsible
party V K. BTEVENsoS. if ' I I* a?i ITiti or 4 i" ! -t.
V -I2TII ST.. 1..V U.I.I.M l.i it'ATI' 'N. Fol'R
.tl..story brick House, elegant cliat.deliers. Ac ; complete
order, at reduce I rent V K STEVENSON, Jr.
?A.- FIKTII A V,,~KKTWKKN .1-111 V M> 3 ? I' 11 STS..
.an elegant full sis* mansion, superbly furnished with
? it able horses, carriages. Ac . Ac. To lease low. Permits
and new Hits at 4 I'iue r a.' Karl I7tb st.
V K STEVENSON, Jr.
?S1ST ST., NEAR 5TH t* . MAGNIFICENTLY
furulsbad brown stona residence
V K. SI EVKNSON. Jr.
ATTENTION.-LARGE- VARIETY HOUSES AT MB
dured rents: rail lor revised printed lists.
MORK18 B. BAEK .t CO.. 72 West 34th It.
fWjrtio.v-la kge V ariety nousi's at re.
duced rents; call for revised printed 11-1*
MOl;KI> li. liAEIt A CO.. 7.' Wost 34th it.
CRN IS If KD HOUSE iNO. 137 EAST 87TII ST.) WILL
be reniod to respoi.sible party lor f30 pet month and
Hoard lor pre-rnt occupants Apply lor week
BilORKIflHED Itiifsfs. ? GOOD LOCATION*; RENTS,
f l.r>", #17... $-'(>). #?-'?">. and Ji ll.
IIMl'SON A I'EKf. 1,4llruadwny. near 44th st.
f" iMTRNISUXD AND L'NFUKNISH KD HOUSES TO LET.
LUDLOW A 27 Union squmc.
2-i f WEST I4TII St.?fO KENT. FULLY~FUB
O'Xnlslied. at a lo* rent, to a respectable tenant; II in
to leet wide, four stories. English basement and in good
irder. Apply to E. II. LUDLoW .4 CO., 8 Pine st.
I ii 1 urnlalifC.
small four story house, near coopbr
Institute; rant, #-UJ per antiiim
MO KRIS. 809 Mart Blh ?>?
A -aiBT sc.. KETWEEN TTH AS!i 5th avs.
-/Yi'lhreu story high stoop medium size Dwelling : rent
11,400 per auntim. OGices, 4 Pine and 33 East I7tli st.
\ k is'fKVKNsON. Jr.
O LI-T-HOUSE*"no. 214 EAST TlfII ST.. RENT
low; all improvements. Apply to M. ECIIKVKKKIA A
UO . I> lleavcr st.
LfSl UIIMSIIKD FOUR story HIGH ST<top ItKOWN
J Hotthe to rent, on "SMih ?t.( $I,20G: very cheap; nlso
?averul ot'.iers. in |t <x localities. Irom f700 to$.:,i*>'.
T1MPSON A PI.El', 1.4SW hroadway, near 44th st.
FIRMSHEL) KOO.U5. AM I) APARTUENTS
TO LET.
AHANI)80MB"CV rt'RNISHED SUIT OR SINGLE
Rooms to Keutlenien ; terms moderate. t> 1 West llthnt.
A NEATLY FURNlittlD ROOM, WITH CLOHETSj
hath and every convenience. In the private house 14U
tas' 27th .t , botweeu Lexington and 3d svi.
AN ELEGANT SLIT OF THREE KOOMS.7sKCO.nB
floor; private house. 4 11 West 4Uth st.
\ HANDSOME FURNISIIaD KOOMB. EN SUITS
?or slnirlv, with or without Breakfast; transient or per*
uanent. 34 W est 2Hih it., near llro.tdway.
Avert uksirable. n i.i.v i urnished dwell
Intf, West tl^th si. ; fine location ; for winter or year.
V. k. SI l.VENStiN. Jr., 4 Pine or 33 hast 17th st.
Fl'RNTsilBD sYcoNI, FlVti'lR TO RENT?IN ~A
private, t!'"teei house conslstlnc of lour rooms, suita
ble for ll^lit housekeeping; house quiet. Call at 430 West
S Itli st.
A
A COL'l'LE OF PLEASANT. SUNNY ROOMS, ALL
conveniences In private brown stone house JIB East
17th st , to gentlemen
A ?VERY i~LEASANT FURNISHED ROOMS* FOR
?ladies anil gentlemen. 135 West loth st., ueartith av.
*A-PR'iv >Tf. FAMILY, NBVR FIFTH AVENUE
jilwtel. will let one or two handsomely furnished Rooms,
w?j|1ioui board, to Kentlemen. Address ROOMS, box 162
Herald UptAwn office.
ACK PARLOR. ITH LABOE CLOSETS, HOT AND
cold water, all in best order; larito and small R oms. on
lecond Itoor; house first cluss; private family. 139 East
17th st.
Desirable furnished "rooms for obntlb
meii. without board. In first class house, 34 West l'5th
II.; excellent accommodations.
LMNE CENTRAL LOCAThl) LARGE IIA.NDSOMELT
r liirnlsli'Ml south Rooms for sln^rla t'entlcnicn without
b'ar.L Call three day*. Relercnce?. '_"24 East 14th st.
IjlURNISliEb_"syI'AKK AMI HALL BOOMS; ALSO
Parlor Floor and Baanmant. IB East 15|h it., near Tlf.
Iter's.
FCBNI8NED-T0 OENTLI MKN. WITHOUT ll')\KI>.
large sunny front Room, $3 OO; fire If required; rsler
snce. 223 West 15th at.
FI RN1SHKD ROOMS TO LET FOR OBNTLEMEN;
f2 oOper week. 212 HtU av.
H\nT>SOMELY FURNIStlKD ROOM TO LET?TO
irenlleinau and wile; hoard for lnily only. Address
COMFORTABLE, Herald Uptown Branch office.
IN A PRIVATE FAMILY. AN KI.KGANT17y" FI R
niahed front Room an.i Bedroom, toxether or separste, to
pantUnien or uentlemaii and wife -, rent low to desirable
party. 2tH? West 2l?t si
N'ltH.i Kl KN IsllEli SI NN\ FRONT KOoMsH
Prices low : Aioericau family; all conveniences; restau
rants near. It)'.) CHulou place.
N'EATLY furnished parlor room and"bask.
men I. suitable for doctor, di?s?makor, simile gentle
men or li|thl hoiisekeepiUK. Madison st., near Catha
rine st.
N
If ELY Fl KNISHlil) ROOMS?GBNTLKMKN PRE
lerrod. t all alter two o'clock nt 21 East 20:b St., near
j> roadway.
VMl'M FURNISHED ROOM. SUITABLE FOE OEM
?\ tlvman and wile : honsakeeplnit privileges. 3OS 4th av.
1) EDUCED"PII.T'EstT^CINK LARGE and one S.M*ALL
t Ki "in for gentlemen, wlihout Board, In modern liou^a.
l,4ts"> Broadway, corner 44th st.
qFlENDID R'MIMS I'll; GENTLKMEN VERT
Ocbeap Call Immediate!), No. 244 West 25th st., lietaeen
7th and Htu av*.
rro LKT FL' KN ISli KD R(>O.MS. AT NO :t?l WEST 35TII
1 st.. m ar th av.; lamlly private; refcrencca.
fpd 1.1 C FURNISIIBD OR i NF1 KMSIII n. LARUl
1 front basement Room Tor doctor ollh e or liou.ekeaping;
rent low ; desirable neighborhood. 3.11 East i Ith st.
0 LET?A NICK FINISHED ROOM. SUITABLE
lor two cents; with iim of hath and heat. 1" V.'csl 1 Mill st.
rno RE.NT-AN ELEGANTLY FUKNIsillfb FRONT
1 Boom to a gentleman, reasonable. Apply 2<i7 Eaat
nth m. ?
TO f LARUE ROOMS; OAR AND BATH;
'('flight housekeeping; lour doors from Washington
Hquare Park. 14* Macdougal st.
J OBIH III III III t III I HACHELOR SUITS, AT
very low rents; every conrraienea. 222 Mt av.
3 COTTAGE PLtl'K. NEAR MI.KECKER AND flTII
Dav. tines cars. ? Neat rooms; American family; stib>lan
4al table.
rcil A V.. 104 v - KNTIRB FLOOR, FURNISH KD;
?^restaurant opposite ; single Booms.
tTH AV.. 235. - \ HUGE FKONT ROOM TO I.ET, TO
?Jotie or two gentlemen, without hoard
\V BST IITil ST.?TO LET. FI RMI.MIKD, MIDDLE
Parlor and Extension; alao a Bedroom; near Hroadway
n wi.-l W A-ll IN'I.T'IN II VI. NICELY FUR
nlslied hall Rooms to iel, to gentlemen, without board,
st low prices.
f.iii sr. aou \\k-1 kleoantlt furnished
I t P.itlor Floor, four room*, nil conveniences; siricly
prh ate family.
Hi WK-T 21ST SI FURNISHED APARTMBNTS(
X t 're len' lies.
ij| st sr., 17 east.?a large, sunny front
_ I Room. grate fire; fourth flcor; furnished or unlur
nished, excepting carpet.
? >- w I -T Till hT TWO HANDSOMEL1 KI' K
1 nished Parlors wlfh or withont private table, sultabla
'or a doctor; oilier desirable Kooin?, without board; houae
Irst class; reference.
(Ti cottage place. Vi.aii Bedford"VT.-Fi'R*
Olnlshed Room, well neated, $J per week, lo gentlemen
jjjr
???? W I M .?111 SI DESI I'.A HLB F.LRGA.NTLY
OOlnrnished Rooms on third aud fourth floora
1)7 VESTRY ST.. BETWEEN HUDSON AND liKEEN
t) I w icb - Rooms to let Inrnished at moderate rates.
47 west ?? v .?? ii i no i on place.-Large .?e< ond
X 4 Story Front Boom, xiitaide tor gentleman and wile or
iwo gentlemen; also Hack Parlor; w<th or without Board;
rater, gas. Ac.; terms moderate.
T
2.
8
128
17 GKa NWD'.t aV. -FURNISHED ROOMS, $J TO
ill. per week.
C(; ''III Si HEAR B K ()A I IWaV-RE (TKPT ION
LlURoom, with adjoining Bedrsxnn; other Rooms, linely
furnished, s|ih all modern conveniences,
7 - WKnr 12m st.-iiandsomkly furnished
? /Room* to let. to gentlemen only.
7(i wkst lien sr-Rooms to~let^ without
I t/board, on second floor, to gentlemen only.
Kill EAST 2..TH SI. Til ;El. N ii'LI.V FLRNISIIED
XV/ v/frout Rooms, St S<) to i m>n. King le It upper belL
1?|7 EAST 1 < IT 11 ST.?FURNISHED FROM ROOMS,
A" I second floor, for hon>ekerpiug; also a Parior; all
cuiivinliiicfi.
-I/J7 I 1M < I fll ST.. near grand central
1 "/ I depot, ?Famished Rooms to let. w.th every ciuivm
leuce for housekeeping, tor small respeelanle families.
WEST 3<TH ST.?ELEGANT FUKMSIIEO
Room for gentlemen only; uo bosr.l; references.
1?>(| wan MS >r-a widow lady has a
#>t/bands >iuel> lurnlshed front Room to let to a <|inet,
gvuleel party. s
si I O EAST 45TII sr -PARLOR FLOOR. TWO HAND.
^lOsoraely lurnished Kooms. suitable for gentleman and
eife or two gentlemen; terms. (4 SO per week; private
bouse.
*?7I) W*ST NTH ST.- A ROOM AND TWO HKD
^ I UrnoRi-. neatly furnished, for light housekeeping;
only adults, also front Basement, southern exposure ; terms
moderate.
7#?s? 6TU AT.. SECOND FLOOR?A WIDOW HAS A
t VSOsuit of nicely furuished Rooms, with Breakfast or
light housekeeping, together or separately; pleasant home
offered.
U*FI KVlMll.ll IUMI..1* \ si* ll'llil.
MK.V'TK TO I.K.T.
pTftfiTfi^fs TSi^Rirfsfrftb,' IN
Bail.ling, 72 5th av.. suitable tor large or small families;
unsurpassed for convenience and elegance by any In the
aiy ; meals lurniafied.
Apartment house, haiuiit building, ftrii av.,
eorner 15th st?Each naite has prieate kitchen, or tea
UU ?f?lle< from the geaerai caisiae.
(!VPlR*I?IIKO ROOMS A*D APART
NKKTS TO LET.
APARTMENTS?TRNTERDEN-2rt3 WEST J5TH;
cfc^ant e impart. maMirrn exposure; $4 ?. S50; junior;
dryiag **' unda; due locution.
\ dolts (im.v -pibst flooIT or" riTB"rooms.
improvements, In prl>ate h u??. with owner. 139
East ?>th 11 . DMr l.? singlon av.; no bill up
AT 4-0 4TII AV?CHOICB FLoOKS TO I.ET. :V
AproTfinemi; five rooms each. bee premises anil owner
from i 1 to 1
* -PI. ATS, H AND 10 ROOMS, ALL IMPROVE
-V.m. Ill,, lew rent!. Apply at 1.UJ7 34 a*.
| "MENTION - FltE.Ni II KLATs. six KOoMS; tTJ
?Tlniiward; imnro?ni),.iiu. *c. 4-S1 ?>? 3Hh it. near
elevaiedroad MOBRIS B. RaERACo . 72 West 34th si.
tpOUR KICB LA BOB, L10HT, POISY ROOM* on
l second Hour : c >mli, batb Inclusive; front bis tnent.
tarte pantry, washroom; leparate u? meter. 114 Easl
lllli at . near 4lh av.
/2.ENTH El, APaBTMENTH. SECOND FLOOR AND
J .ftr P."1*-c*niraliy located, >i reduced rents. Ajply
office 139 Kmi 17il. at., near 3d ??.
UPLHNDID FLOORS?$18. tin $25: DIvmKlf IF
t . neceisary; tlx room*, improvement!. f.ne location;
brown stone row. Corner 57th and 2d av IIon?ekeeper
TO Ul i TO A FAMILY WITHOUT CHILDREN, DP
X per Part of a neat home. in Urnve ?t.; possession irame
II "'k rent moDt'1- Inquire ol M. ASCII. 321
Hleeckcr.
rpo
I r.
I 5th at
LET-FIRST CLASS FRENCH FLAT; 9 LIGHT
"mi; Janitor In building. Call on premlaea, 36 Weil
rPO LET-A SPLENDID TRENCH FLAT. CONSISTING
A of ti rooms and t>athroom. all improvement!; janitor In
house. Apply 3S Weal 434 It.
7 UPWARD.?FRENCH FLATS; ALL IMPROVER |
'.II mums halls heated by steam. tc. RMWth av . rear
? th.? ; J a* I tor In attcndaacc. MORKis h. HaER A OO
Weal .'Mil, (I.
WEST S4TH ST.?IV A PBIVaTB HOUAB, A
OUpieataut Third Hoor, of five roonn; rem $-5 per
month.
liO.iKDEHM" \VWTKD,
1 OK TWO KI.H i.AMI.V FI' H NI >' IE D KOOMS TO LET.
Awlth Ibard; large cl?aela; hot and cold water: location
uu>urpa>eeil. ?>24 l.eaington av.. between Mid aii<154tli ?ts
] Parlor floor^ bath closets, ac.?private
liable; Rooms for gentiumen, without urd. 3ti Enat
20 th at.
] HECEPTION ROOM AND SECOND FLOOR. TO
A gether nr separately; all ronvr nirncus; good Hoard. 55
Went 12th at.
1 .. "K TWO SECOND FLOOR SUNNY FRONT
J Itnnins. with Hoard ami urate fire. Iroin $10 to $12 per
Wll0^ eai'h. 47 \\>nt i'7ih st., near 14roadway.
I I> o:- FROM MADISON hOl'AUE. 33 BAST a3D
J ?t. ?Ele^unily twrninljed Flnor?, with private tftblftt.
I 81 ITIkOr ROOMS nSoXD STORY, rO LET?WITll
J. hoard.-ry itllenttori t>al-! to tl? comfort of jcurstn; ret
?rtii ? eyebanya; lermt tnoderau. :?i fi?^ !lib at
1 BLOCK KRO.M A (? AI) K M V OK M17 SI *' ?-TWO
.1 nr^?? pipii?:tnt Itooms; tood table; desirable location.
I tU Kant IHlb ??t.
1 -DESIKARI 7e I iOO.V R. EN "s iffTK~OR 8TNG LY,
X.with excellent Hoard, at moderate price*. 5J West
liHth at
1ST HOUSE STL' V VEriANT I'ARK. ilS BAST 1STH
J st. ?tew aeleet boarder* acrommodatoil; bnndaotnely fur
niMlied Hooiua; splendid neighborhood.
1 handsomely furnished fourth Story
frunt Room to let. with or without Hoard; Kroadwnv cars
Paaa tlie door. Noa. 1.451 nnu 1.453 Kroadway, Aatur Block.
1 ELEGANT B0IT LAROB THIRD NTOfT BOOMS
Aaouth'rn rxpoauro. with Board If desired; alio single
Loom; references (13 Wen ,'itli at.
<)i> STORY Room. HAMDBOMBLY PUBIC18HBD
wnlso ilird Htori. front; aouthern expownre; Hoard itde:
aired. 131 Kaat ll'th.
k) Hl'NNY KKONI" HALL hTToMS. WITH BOARD.
~w*'l furiilihed; terras low; talde satisfactory; abundance
Home m.uln bread, nastry, Ac. No. o<| wra, |4ti, ,f
OBtD0OB KBOM OILBXY HOCSB. -SI'NNY ROOMS
^jnith or without Board. No. 13 Welt L>?th at.
'! ASHI..VNH PLACE lI'EBBY ST.1-l.AIUI E AND
*/small Itoonu to let. with Board; terms reasonable.
4 west, wni sr.?handsomely fur.msued
~T Booms oil second floor, oue on third floor, to let, with
ni>t clri.M Hoard ; terms uioderato ; reference*.
- PMOiPBCt 1'I.ACK. BART 418T ST. (MOT BBOOB*
t^lyn).?Handsome alcove Roo^, with good Board, for two
J^lG. '
rtTH A v.. 343.?ROOM ON FIRST FLOOR TO LBT.
*' witii Hoard; suitable for gentleman and wife or two
gentlemen.
r EAST SoTH ST.?A HaNDSOMRLY FURNISHED
tJfrout alcove Room to let. with first clasa Board.
r.TH and OTH AVM.?THREE CONNECTING ROOMS
?/on third floor, or separate, with Board; refarencei.
5? West 19th st.
?TH AV.. 385-HAN080MBLY FURNISHED PARLOB
Oand Bedroom, tlh d floor; square room, fourth floor: with
or without private table; reference.
CTH AY., 45, BELOW 14TH ST\?.SrAOIOlJS SI'fT OP
'/Apartments, on parlor floor, with or without private ta
ble.
HTH AV., 401. BETWEEN 41 ST AND 42D 8T8.?
'^Second Floor, with Board; ulio Rooms on third floor for
Kcutleman and wife; references unexceptionable.
r EAST HIT 11 ST. E L K(; ANTLY~ FURN1SIIBD P AR
? Jlor: also, tkiril and fourth floor rooms, with or without
private table; reference.
WEEK FOR PLEASANT ROOMS AND
?l " lirood Hoard, auitable for families or single uentlemen
45 South Washington ii|uare. Kcfuroncei.
8K AST 32D ST -H ANDSOMELY ~V RN IS HEI) ROOMS
oty necom! und fourth floora. with Board; reference.
(51 (\ AND SI 1 PER WEBK^OOoD BOARD AND
<P1 ^/pleasant Rooms Tor t*o; Eni;llih family. 709 Green
wich *t.. near Onarlei.
TTTvvXv E K LE Y I'LACR, NEAR BROAD WAY-FRONT
J '/Uo.imi, #14 for two. with Board; sinu-le Room*, f7 to
f9: tran-d'-rit. #1 Vi a day ; steam heat; labia Hoard, i4.
1 ?>TII ST.. i:t!? W EST- IIAN I >SOM ELY FURNISH ED
J ^second Hoor, with Board; singly or en suite; families
or ireuilemen; excellent t.?ble; fumlly private.
I I FOR I.AROR, HANDSOMELY KI RNISIIED
vl 1 K<xims, with Hoard, for two; table Hoard #4. 335
>? est^Htli at.
1 -I Til ST., 2IT, WBST?BLBOAMT BOOM8L gtf
J. t?uite or siugly.-with Boaj-d; private table IT desired;
reft?r??ncea,
1 J-I" h7 -KI'K?ANT ROOMS, WITH OR WITHOUT
A^Board; private residence, 227 West; reference ex
changed. e
1 "iT,H S1T,\ -,M- WKrtT.?KIRST CLASH HOO.MS. Wmi
J.'/Hoard, handsomely tarnished, to larailieK and ainirle
gentlemen. *
1 Q WRST -IST ST.-THRKR OONNKCTIaNQ ROOMS,
XOfront, t<? let. with Hoard ; referencea.
1 (J WEST I(TfTl ST., NEAR 5TII AY.-DESIRABLB
A t/Kooms; superior Board; private table If required; loca
Hon unexceptionable.
1 (yril ST.. 3i:> WEST.-HANDSOMELY FURNISHED
1 ?'Kooiiis In let, without board, to Kcullemrn or (amliiea
excellent nei^'hliorliond.
fc>( 11, 'OilAiiE I'LAOE. ?MCBLY Fl ItM S 11 K I)
I lionun in let, with or without Hoard; or wonld let a
second Ktory Floor to a parly ol gentlemen,
?)/| W VVERI.E V PLACE.?PLEASANT BOOMS, WITH
*md \Jlir?*i cla.-s Hoard.
t>j \S ESI 31 s I SI". ?ELEGANT, NEWLY* FlKNISlfED
A cult ol Udoiu?. on second door, S'K) per week ; other de
ilr.tble Rooms at moderate pnees, with Urst claas Board to
a family or gentlemen.
9->D ST.. 237 W EST.?PLEAS A NT ROOMS, WITH OB
X<_wlthout Board; square Room, $14 lor two.
OOD ST , AT 3ti EAST?KOoMS si>OLY~OR BN SUITE"*
ai*/privme tat*le IT dsalred; good board; reference.
I.ASI 4*11 II >T.- FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET
Hoard; refereucsa.
21? s ' ,.u ?r !-' -A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED
^tJHack i arlor to let; hot and cold water; plenty of closet
room; suitable tor jreiitlenian and wife or gentlemen, with
unexceptionable Hoard, at moderate price; also, hall Bed
room a, with facilities tor fire.
9X,u K:sT :,'-fU s,T -ROOMS, WITH LIBERAL TABLbI
a first elasa bou*e.
fJ.J WF.ST 30rH ST.-BLBGANTLY FUBNISHBD
man wl"h Hoard" ,,ory. ?n<1 l?rlC? "oom, lor geutle
s^O" BT .No. 130 EAST, NEAR 4TH AV.-HAND
^(^s. raely' rnrnished Itooms on second and third floors:
also hull Bourns, with superior Board; refereucas ex
changed.
s) I Til ST.. 134 E AST.-A LA RGB" FRONT BOOM ON
? * teona lloor; alio a single Room, with first clan tablet
prices moderate; reference*.
"/A J11 ' ' 41 ?'hsT .-HANDSOMELY FUR.VI SHE'D
f second floor, with Hoard, h.lf blocc of Fifth
Avenue Hotel; prices reasonable.
'>.-111 ST.. Ill E V-l. IN A FIRST ITTaBS HOUSE.
wo large adjoining south Rooms, furnished, on second
Hoor ; also, on third flpor. one sqnare ICoom, front; with or
without Hoard; retarences exclianged.
,471,1 rf SToltV ALOOri.
-""I"' lonrth Story fVonl Room, with flrit class Hoard.
1'lacb. ne~ar bro'adiv'a'y.-plEaa
j-l?ant Iront Rooms lor fauulles or single personi; good
Board. $12 to $1 j per we. k ; finale. $tl to ?s.
K^S1 .-51"1' \l- UA.NDx-MI |,V FCRlfllHID
? < JHoor and single Rooms, with Board; private table If
UMsiied; references
WEST -..HI sr.?pleasant apaiTtmbnts
? ?/ Willi Hi at clan Hoard and attendauee; reference.
QO BAST 221) ST. TWO II AMDSOMI LY FUBNIHHBD
/connecting Rootn??. second floor, aunny exposure, with
Hoard: tiaii Rooms; references exchanged.
Ol .HTM -111 ST. BETWEEN HKOa'dWAY AND
? /I ?tl? av.-->.c?*ly rumUbed rooms, en auita or alnul*"
witn board, for laniillen or nentlamen; bouse appoiutmenia
Drat Class. ww
? )?? S3, 37 WEST Hill >T ?iiOOM.>. WITH Board
",J*permanent partiel; iiuall table.; Centennial vie"
itors. #J per day.
WEsC 421) ST.. FUoNTINli RKsK l< Vol R PaRK -
UlJJIandaoiue Rooms to gentlemen, or Tandy, with excel
lent Hoaru. I
?JTtH ST., 23?( west-iiandsomkly fi knisiied
? / t Rooms, with Board; home, table and location Brit
claw; reference.
Mh > LIM.rUN PLACE.-A FEW YOUNU MEN OR
. iJUmarried can find Aral class Board
MH ,.4"' ** AN" 44 WB<f 14 Til ST - ROOMS, WITH
? /AJ.Boaru, en suite or singly, permanent or tiaixient.
?)(? WEST it ill ST. -HOARD?WELL FUBNISHBD
? /?'sunny front room. seeon4 floor, for two, $20; third Door
?Hi; relerencea. *
, wh*T *iTH ST.?A KKW ioRR DOl/BLft AND
aingie Kooms. witn first class Board, at moderate rates.
3(J
4-0 EiXuT 'j? "T .BKTWKEN UNIVERSITY PLACE
h Y.lt 1 Hfon*!*"* -Nicely furnished Kooms to let. with
erate * ' or ?? ??!??; gentl.men preferred; terms mon
II WEST 2t?ril sr. Two ok III It I'K ~ dTsir a ii I K
11 ' ? ->th Hr.teUs, Board NelereueS. Dh81KABI-*
I O ? LIN ION Pl.Ai'K, i-OitNhR UNIVERSITY
r *jpi*cet?|" ront Rooms, on flrat and second ttoora with
"" H?Afd. f??r families ; terms laoderale* *
j ?) WES I 36TH ST, LARGS BOOM. SOUTHBRN
J-?Jex|.o,?re on fonrth floor, and ball Room laeona! with
Board, good table; reierencei.
A '^n 291 H ST.?HANDAOMELV FI KNIhIIF.D
J ? JRoomi. with Board; table and aitendanre ftr.i class
rrJereucos. '
.1 ,:}ST ??D ?T.. KBAB MADISOB av.-a La ROB
t t/band.omely furnished second ?tory Koom, with Hoard
f"r gentleman and wife or ene or Iwe ciaxlc gentlemen, la
? private laaill/, j
BOARDER* WAITED.
4*f ftAST 25TH ST TIIRF.B ROOMS ON "*COiN?
t)floor to let "epsrate r or toother, with hoard or pri
vate table; location uMxceptlonable ; releiaiMse.
4 - III ST WF.ST. -Jlit ? * VERY H \N0SOMF.LY
4:Ofurutsha.1 second ?tory Room, with ths.best of Board;
?1) modern Improvements; hoi and cold water. ample
clo-et.. at a moderate i rlee. --
i ? vNI) 41" W EST 14T1I* ~>T -11 ANDSOMELY V ' R
*? ? nished Rooma. with first elssa Board; isrms moderste.
reference*. ???
4 Q WEST 2*tTH ST.-OESTLBXAX WILL
4tSlea?sm Room, with Breakfast sn.i Dinner. at mod
erate irrmi. references exchanged.
to wrst in ii st ?handsomely rrR.visiiF^n
4-?7Rnom?. With Board, on suite or singly: also "11
Booms: tsMe Board. ^____
*4 (1 WE8r 3JD ST.?LAKfJB, *ANDSO ?eLy fuj;
4-yniihetl Room on drst lloor; alto ball Rooms. with excel
lent Board.
-4 &EST~ToTH ST.. BETWEEN 5TH AND ?TH
Elegantly furnished Rooms to let, with or wltti
out Burl; private rami Ijf reference*.
r V LBXINOToN AV , NKaR JSTII ST.? BOARDERS
D~Twanted $6 per we?*\ . ee#d i*t>l?. .
- 4 AND VJ WEST J4TH ST~ BETWEEN 5TH. ?T'?
Ot?vi -Rooms for families and **titleinen. with Board;
private table If desired ; but reference* given and required
Mr?. SAlH.tR (formerly of 14th ?t.'
west 11TH ST?Tol^KX. WITli HOARD. THBEB
f)t )ntcely furnished Room, on third story ; separately ot
together. _
i' I \ K AST PTIf ST ?BOARDERS WANTED. ELB
O" 'gaol rooms. larg* and small, an suite or singly, with
hatha attached. for families and gentlemen. superior ?c
aoramodatlons; 8rat class tables, private If de,lred. Call
all the wuek.
itii WR8T irrH nr.?a small famii.y can ac.
v)' )commod?te a few boarders; terms moderate. '
(\(\ *CLINTON PI.At'K ? NICELY FURNISHED
t/VMtoomfl. with or wit hont Board.
1(17 WERT MTH ST -KXTIRK SrK('OND" FLOOR;
UJ < front tunny Room on third door; nicely furnished,
with good Board
Hi EAST 19TII ST. ? . _ ...
[ | .] Handsome Rooms with
firtt clan Board. _
Ur WHS I r.'TII ST ?HANDSOMELY Kl'KNISHED
t jApartment!, with Board: cosey and firat claaa.
UK BAflT 14TI1 8T. 8C1T8 OF ROOMS OK SECOND
t)and third Hoora, with prlrata table ir de?ired; also
other Rontr.a .
HO WEST 40TH ST. To LET. WITH BOABD, A
1 ] r^handaome Suit of Rooma. aej.aratelr nr toifether. In n
private family ; ala.i ?K?"m for a tingle gentlrmau; terma
moderate : reference reqnlred. _____
WKST 4.-.TH ST. IIANDSDVKI.V I'TIINHIKIl
IZVJlloomt on .econd floor, with BoarJ. for gcutletn D
find wif?; nUo iintfle ^mtlcwtne
rITff WBHT 8?T?1 8T. ?T\VO <>K T\IK15E ADVLTS
I elOcan have first (la<i Board with plentnnt, well lur
nlthed Rootna ; teriu?, ?7 to ?10 per week ; references re
quired.
II /T"\VKST 2l"sf ST.?HAKDSO-WfLY FI'RN1SHFO
Parlor and large hull Koom. with firil class
Board.
1"/. WKST IM'II ST TWO FINE, LAROR ROOMS
lOOto let, with Board; terms moderate; rererencea ex
rbnntred.
I WRflT 5TH ST.?HAKDSOMRLT FrHSTSHKD
I Rooms to rent for gentlemen; partial BoarJ it do
2l"3"i
?irod.
tyj /. wilST 48TII ST.. NKAR BROADWAY.?HAND
Zln?om.ly furnished Koorat, with or without Board:
tranilenti taken. ?
m(1 K tST~~.VlI> ST.'?WITII BOAK.i, IN I'RIVATK
^ L''family, a nicely Itirnlalied front Room for two; aouth
ern exposure.
tin 1 WESTl'TH ST. ?KI.RtlANT AtH'OMMODATIOM
Z^ Lfor ramlliea or gentlemen, with or without first cl*??
Board.
nn 4 bast~9otii st.-nkwlV furnished large
ZZTTRoom*. With Board: lart-e closeta; hot and cold
water. Parties wiiblng home com torts please
EAST 12TII >T. ? wn.L Fl RNISIIK1) ROOMS,
ZJ5?)wlth liberal Board.j-eferencaa.
o a west . .1) .ST.. BETWEEN 7TII AND 8TU
^Tv)avi.? Rooma, with Board.
o t - WEST 'rjl! ST. HANDSOMELY FI RNISI1KD
( Itooma. with firat clan Board, for gent emen and
their wives or single gentlemen; termi reasonable.
nee 4TH atTTnear wth st.-furnished rooms
ZO?Jto let with Board; reference.
m
WKST J'.TII ST.-BOARD OR ROOMS IN A
tu' ' vVnewly InrnUhed home ; good neighborhood ; grate
Area, running water and otsit convealenre; tnoderwe ratea.
Of'H 4T" AV.. MRS. WILLIAMS.?TWO DESIRABLE
ZOUsult*: prlrate table.
q/\"7 EAST 30TU ST.. NEAR 2D AV.-NEWLY* FUR
?)U I niahed Roome to let, with or without Board. In prl
?ate family.
4>lfQ WEST ;J1ST ST.?SPLENDID LAR'JE BOOMS,
01 Ohandaomel v Inrnlahed, with Board ; alto othera; rea
sonable pricea; all ImproTemeuta^ good attendance.
314c
I WEST aiST ST.?TO LET. WITII BOARD. A
./ l xcouple of neatly furnished front Rooms und hMl
R?om, to gentlemen and wive? or single gentlemen: ex
cellent table, with home comfort a; terma reaaonable.
ofTT LEXINUTON AV.?ROOM8 TO LET, WITH
OX Hoard; reference! required.
T TOONO WIDOW I1A8 A NEATLY furnished
i\.Room suitable for a gentleman. 2a7 West 17th St.. be
tween 7th and HtU itva._
i s American Family n adults) will let a
Athlrd story front Room, with Board, to a gentleman and
wile or two single centlemen; torma moderate, principal
object being company; location llttth st., between 1st av.
und av. A. Address F. G., box 5.IH9 Poet aftiOS.
"i PBIVATE FAMILY WILL RENT, WITH BOA RD,
J\% terond Floor, handsomely furnished, to gentleman aud
wile or single gentleman, on Lexlnirton ar., abore .i6tn st.;
relerecces. Address U H., Herald olllce.
L~"aroe and handsomely furnished doi'blb
Room to let. with Board. f>:t We.t 4Sth St., near Mfc ?v.
MVIHSON AV.. NEAR B4TH ST.?TERY DE81BABLB
Rooms, wlili Board. I am II jr email Address U. D. W.,
box 1J0 Herald lrpto?n ofll _ ___
XT O fllAROK. LISTS AND FARTICULAKS Of
JlN iirst cIhss !>o rdin^K acc?mi?iiodationi. bAWlio Boftru
Directory, 1,118 Broadway, second floor.
SECOND FLOOR TO LET-TO ONE OK TWO OENTLE
men or gentleman and wire: three rooms, bnthroom and
large closets: hot and cold water: rooma newly and nicely
furnished; with or without breakfast; house llrft clase aud
very clean. 139 East 17th st
KOAllll AND LiTUtil.Mi WaSITKO.
t c.kntLeman wants board and comforta
Able room (gaa. fire, hot water.) Ore days e?ery week.
Address, partlculara. PERMANENT. Herald ofHce.
OENTLHMAN WISHK8 BOARD FOR HIMSELF,
wife, two children (aged rt and 9 years) anJ ierrant; lo
cation abore 2<),h and east or fith ar.: state full particulars
and price, with or without prlrate table. Addrese W. U..
box 5,71U city. .
T UKNTLEMAN AND IMS WIFE DB-IHB HOARD
Aln a prlrate latnlly In the rlclnlty or 4"th st. Address,
stuiing location unu price, which lniist be moderate, G..
Herald Uptown ollire.
A
YOUNO LADY TEACHER DBsIRES A COMFORr.
^ a ibl? Room and Board; east side; references; terms
moderaU. AMtmC. K . box Jie.t Herald olHoe.
IJOAltli WANTED BY A ()ENTLi;MAN. WIFE AJIP
Jj'two children. Addrese, with terms, lNgtIRhR,box
3t561 Post office.
Board wanted fob mdsio?by a first class
prolesHor; also bjr a young laajr. Address 'lIIOKOuUIl
N 8, Herald <?Wee. ??
HOARD WANTED-BY YOUNO MAN. IN PLEASANT.
J).trlctly private family: square Boom ; hot and cold wa
ter and fire when needi-d: location between 7th aud Lexing
t..u ara. and not abore -Hth st.; will pay not to exceed *50
or #.r)"> per mouth. Address, with full particular,, SOUTH,
Herald olBce. _
TVhNTLKMAN AND WIFE DESIBh. Bt)ARD IN A
\T?trlctly private family. belw?-u 4Jd and 62d sts., I^ex?
Ington and *>th nvs.; terras frjli to $J!i per week. Addreaa,
with particulars, K , Herald oltice.
R00M~aNITH0ARD WANTED BY TWO GENTLEMEN
In a French larailr. Iietweon I'ltU aud '^Oth sts., west
side. Price about $14. Address D. D., box 'JIJ Herald
ottice.
117ANTED FOR A LADY" AND CHILD 12 YEARS.
" aeomfortable Room, Board, fir*, light: $40 ? month;
references exchanged. Address JUNK, Uptown Herald of
tice.
ilf ANTKD?BOARD FOB A OLERtlYMAN: PBITATE
Vr family preferred ; above 70tb St., west of 3d ar. Address
1. W. T., iavt East USth.
Viji^ANTED?BOARD FOR AN ELDERLY LADT. IN A
YY quiet bouse or lamlly. Address, statlug terms, Ac., M.,
Herald olliee.
?V \NTED-Twb OONNECTI Ntl IROOMS, SECOND
TT floor, Iront, In first class location, with Board. Address
WOOD, L248X Brneiwey.
1\?ANTED-BV "OiNTLEMAN AND WIFE, ONE
YY Floor, furnished or u/ilurnished with Board chouse and
locatlonfiralclnas.no fiats; nut below Ulth st. Mention
terms and addraaa RELIABLE, box 130 Herald Branch
olliee. L-tvi Hroa.lway. ___?_
tiHUtttvl.Y > IIO VHU.
1 /Yfr n fty"iff, fivk min i;Tes' " wXCk' fb(TS
lUUfullsn ferrv.-Two large nnd .mall front Hotims to
' let. with Ural cla?s Board . terms per week, heat nnd gas
[ included^ ^
IIOTF.Lf. ^
I x^AifiTt's^L^oNi^HoiKL. Ta, xsrmnsi
A. Fulton st. and '.'S Ami st.
Meat* i<> and li cents p r plate.
I'iea, pud.llnga and Ice ereani. 10 cents p?I platA.
Coffee still ten, 0 cent, per cup.
; (4) Rooms. ><> <-eni. to $1 n niglit.
The best aud clieapest Reataurant In the world.
a* t NEW RNOIjANO HOTEL?I.olKiINUs !SO CENTS
Jxnlglitly; -1*) light aepurate Rooms, for gentlemea
only. Corssr Bowery aud Bayard st. ^
\LWA~VS OI'EN FKANKFoRr HOUSE. CORK IB
Frauklort and WIlllaiB sts. ?Rooms, Uoe., .*>0e. { gentle
men. families. _
/^ITY lltiTKL HHimUWaV AND ST1I ST.-EI RO.
V/peau snd American plan: good Rooma 7.\r, $ I dally;
Hoard and Room $7 weekly.
Cm 1RITTKN DEN Hol'SE 1,144 BROADWAY. CORNER
''^>th St.?Desirable Rooms to rent for winter at mod
erate prices; trsnsient, Irom $1 to $?< per day; European
plan.
1/ \I(1.K s HOTEL; 0 iV ii"L >r NEAR BROADWAY.?
J Special raiea for tamilies and ?lngle gentlemen for the
winter, Koom and Hoard, $3 per <tajr.
Hotel brantino. corner Win si, and mad
laou av. (present employer's'.?As thorough dressmaker
in a private Taniily: midrrstanda all kluda ol sewing; ar
woald ta*e care e children. ?
PAIUE'S HOT. L. "root OF SCRINO SI , NEAR ALL
steamers and raiiroada. family sn.l ?ingle Roomt
ReSEtiRi~Hoi.sK. hi ROPE A N PI. A N, ms. AND OOB
Hroadway. New York corn-r Houston at.?Open all
niiihl ? two large iestaurnut?; .logie Roorra at 7.'i cants and
fl per day; double Rooms al $1 m) and Hi par day.
OIXIH AYKNt E HOTEL CORNER J4TH <ft-iORO>
Opean plan; Rooms, to frl; en suite, ^tofJO; (Irs*
CIB.S restaurant, prices moderate.
CJPINtSLF.R HOI SK. UNION SQUARE.?OBEAT RB
Oductlea ol prices fa Ismilies and single gentlemen; tran
si sii t W per day.
CTEVENV HOUSE, NOS 17 TO 27 BROADWAY. ON
Othe Knropeati elan; rooms from fl and un; liberal ar
raajcerueaiR made wttU famllfOs and single ftentlemeii.
OT. ORKMAlN. OPPOSITE madison PARK. 6TH
&%? Hroatlway,?.Newly lurnUhed Kootns, all front*
with or wttiioitl Hoard ; moderate ratea to permanent par
ties; transient rsd.eed, fa day; Earepaaa plaa laasr; sle
, eater. Ie>
ANDRBMEITft.
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" NOVELTY TUEATKB.
COL. WM. B. SINS :,k 1X*A?vtW
ADMISSION. I >. J5. VI CENTS.
Rj SERVED SKATS. 500.. T.iC. IL
MATINEES. 15. 25, S0CBN1S
MM MM A TTTTTT N N N EBBB BBEE
MM MM AA T II JJ* J B h
MM M M AA T * * * gElt ? B
M MM M AAAA T II N ? J B K
M M M A A T II N NN BBBKKKHK
TO -DAY. TO-DAY
TO DaY. TODAY. JO DaY.
today. to-day. to-day.
H
^ OaNGERO'S koyal japs
fxFs. "England'. ir.al-.l .erlo;o<.inlcv''call.t.
J A PS. MISS KATh CASTLhTON.
J A Pi Tha beautiful ?nd da.hlng character ?oag?treea.
JAPS. MlhS LULU DBLMAY. iDTI__
JAPS. OIOVANX I. THE GRKaI MUSICaL ARTIST,
J A PS. In hi. pleaain* anUrtalnwant.
JAPS. LBS VEi'.BKS AUPIIOnNES.
JAPS. TIIE t-AWTHOUNKS.
JAPS. MASTER IIERBBKT AND UITLB JOB.
JAPS. Tbi wonderful PRRKOKMING CANARIES,
SCHOOLCRAFT AND COBS.
OILDAY AND G1NIVEN
Th? tnterotlng drama, entitled
AGAINST THE STREAM.
ELLBR'S WONDER-TBEaTRB.
Late GLOBE Oppo.ua Naw York HotaL
ROBERT HELLER. ROBERT 1IELLER,
THE WORLD FAMED
P RESTID IGl TATE U R.
PIANIST aj(d HUMORIST.
tn hli Mrlti of antartalnment. entitled
HELLER'S WONDERS
at thU entirely remodelled ?n?l redecorated theatre,
THIS AND EVERY EVENING AT 8 O'CLOOK.
"Tli* moil a.tuuodtng Necromancy of the ciurteeiitn
ceutury."
"The clevere.t trick, ever aUftnptad.
FIRST APPEARANCE IX AMERICA pF
MISS IIELLKR,
who will make her ilehut In the famous phenomenal won
der entitled
SUPERNATURAL VISION.
URAND MATiNEE ON SATURDAY. AT 2 O'CLOCK.
Prices of admissionReserved Orchestra Chairs. $1.
Balcony Reserved Seats. 75 cents. Family Circle, ?0
cents. Amphitheatre, limited. 25 cent*.
p T. ifARNUJra P. T. BARNUM<6
*NBW AND GRBATEsT SHOW ON BARTU.
AT UILMORB'S GAUDBJf.
GRAND MATINEK EVERY AFTERNOON.
TWO EXHIHITIONS Da1L\.
MENAC.i R1E, MUSEUM AND CIRCUS.
OBSERVE THE TALENT:
Re engagement of Mi.. JENNIE WaTSON and MAR
TINIIO LOWAN'DI, the gr.at Braaillan Rider, who will
appear MONDAY, NOVEMBER .0
FISH. SEBASTIAN. CARLO FAMILY 'TWEIiVR IN
N MBF.R), HAWLEY AND VICTORIA. JAMES COOK,
MME DE bUKG LA FEVRE, MISS HANsON. .SAT
BUM A WHITAKER, ALL RIGHT WATERMAN.
KEELkR, COOK. ct,ARK, ALMON+E, HOLLAND,
SMITH. UAFFNEY AND MANY OTHERS.
THE TATTOOED GREEK NOBLEMAN.
ADMIRAL DOT.
Admlaalon, 50 cents; children under nine yean, 25 eenta;
?rchntra evata. ".'Scent. extra.
Doora open at I and 5 :3n. Performance at 2 and 8.
CTII AVENUE THBATBR.
i^IFE,
AST NIGHT BUT THREE.
ART OF THE &NOW BALLET.
T AST OF BONFANTI.
L
AST OF LEWIS' COMICAL PAS SKUL.
^ ARE WELL MATINEE OF
"1j1fk'"
SATURDAY NEXT, AT 2.
^TH AVENUE THEATRE.
"LIFE" molt poaitlvely be withdrawn niter the MATI
NEE on SATURDAY next. The fiftieth performance oe
iifoi^k'u.nt v orL?klV<i /t? CATITUnAV
EVENING next .Mr DALY will produce, in elaborate com
pletenc... Shakespeare". brilliant comedy of " AS. YOU
Like it." with
MIa ? D A V E N P O RT ROSALIND
Mr. COGHLVN aa ORLANDO
Mr. CASTLES *a AMIENS
and
Mr. Flaher aa Jaqtie. i Mlaa JofTreya Lewi., as. .Cella
Mr Davidge aa.Tonoliatoiie Miaa Syd. Oowell ..aa.Andrpy
Mr Hardonbeg aa... ? Adam I Mlaa Mary Nune?..aa, .Plia-be
?.?BOX SI1EEI NOW OPEN.
fioWER7~THBATKB. GRAND HIT I
?? BUFFALO BILL
(tloii. Win. F. Oody),
in hU great PLAINS.
Preceded by the farce of i'OOR PILLICODDY.
ITNION SQUARE THhATRB.
iVoorloior Mr. SHERIDAN SHOOK
Manag??.. Mr. A M. PALMER
Last TIMES OF
LA>T TIMKS OF
LAST TIMES OF TJJB
TWO ORPI1ANV
LAST TIMES OF
LAST TIMES OF
LAST TIMKS OF
MONDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 20, will be pro
duced lor the tlr?t time in America Mtura. Na? aud ilelot a
powerlul Drauia. iu live acta, rntitleil
MISS M Ul.'l'O N,
in which MISS CLARA MORICls, MISS SARAII JEWETT,
MRS. MARIE WIL KINS, MISS HIJOU II EltON. HISS
LOUISE SYLVESTER MISS MABEL UtONARD, MR.
JAMES O'NEIL. MR. J. II. STODDAKT and Mlt JOHN
PARSELLE will appear. ..
The DlaT will be preaented with entirely new and beautl
ftal acenar.r Irom the bru>h of Mr. RICllARD MARSTON,
with new furniture and appointments and with new qiumo
''^Sale ofVeata for flrat reprnaetitation of MISS MULTON
will commence on THURSDAY MORNING nex? at S
o'clock.
ESSIPOFF. STB IN WAY HALL.
SECOND ESSIPOfP CONCERT.
Mm? ANNETTE EsSIPOFF.
THIS (WEDNESDAY) KVENISU. KOVKMBER IS.
on which occaalon .Mme. will be a-?l?ted by M.
ALFRRD VIVIEN, A'lolln Virtuoao. or the Colterrratory of
Iiru!<?el?, expre?*ly en<aK?d for tUo haalpoff concern, nod a
Tery aelaot C)?ch?atra from the
PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY.
Mnafcal Conductor ?? BB^OHMELE
FRIDAY KvKNING. Not. 17, Third F.SSIPOFF ? oncert.
SATURDAY at 2 o'clock, Flmt BSSIPOFK Matinee.
Admlaaion. *1; Rex. rred Seata, fi. For aale at Shubert ?
Muilc Store and Stelnway DaH.
rpHE GREAT HEW YORK AQUARIUM,
BROADWAY AND 35TH ST.,
OPEN DAILY FROM ? A. M. TILL 10 P. M.
ORBAT JAPANESE CURIOSITY.
THE -KINOIYO," OR TRIPLE TAILED FISH
AMERICAN ANGLER I WHITE BASS(I
LIVING WHITE WUALBI
SEALS AND SEA HORSES!
170,000 GALLONS CRYSTAL WATER
IN CONSTANT MOTION. ,
THOUSANDS OF OTHER CURIOSITIES.
MAEYBLS OF MARINE LIFE.
ELEGANT PBOMENADB CONCERTS
EVEBT AFTERNOON and EVENING (Sundaye excepted).
? HARVEY B. DODWORTH. Director.
S~ AN FRANCISCO MIKSTRBLS. |~ OPERA UOUSK.
AN KKANCISCO MINSTRELS. I Broadway and J?>*>?t
SAN FRANOlSOO MINhTRKLS. I Tlis MInatrnl Pa aca.
SAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS. | The Minatral PaUca.
The Creme do 1ft Creme of Mtnstr?isy.
# ? ?? Side Splitting Joltee. ?
T Kirch, j Glorlotu Innlnn. r!,'^r.
Wamboid, Comic Dancca I Brilliant
Backua. 1 Recelre<l w.th Screama I Artitta. I
A $ Krery Mght ?
The flinnleat cnlrrtainmant*he rtty.
MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2. SE TS SF.OUBED.
C^mTicrbrino HALL /
J WKDNBSDAY EVENlNO. Norerabar IS, 1878.
Rendlnn hy
Mlaa LIZ&1E L.* CLARK
(nnder the direction of J. E. FrobUher).
Music l?v
Mme. Ieotta Ilebecchlnl. Mile. Tomaaelll and Mr. Mortl
ner Woodcock. ,
Ticket. .Vi rente. To be obtained at Blnrno a anale ttora,
881 Broadway, or at the Hall.
TIkkle's tivoli th kVtrb. ~
A. 8th at. between id and Jd ara.
Four houra of fine Variety. The beat talent In tha cltj.
C EC I LB LB COMPTB. ol ParU. Opera Bunffe.
Orand Ballet #iL?. l??. A Pantomlma.
Admlaalon only eanta Sat^irdny Matinee 1ft cant a.
?^IllckkklNG- HALL. FANNY DANZIMGKR.
FIKSr ??R*ND CONCERT OF
Mian FANNY DANZIMGKR.
THE YOUNG AMERICAN PIANIST.
from the Royal Conservatory of Mtmlc at Llepala,
FRIDAY EVENING. Noreniber 17. at S, at
CIIICKERINO HALL,
with tha naal.tai.ca of the IoIIowIiik ?''''"f.0.*
Mlsa HENRIETTA BEEBh. sopntno: '''V. J" s0,t
tenor. Mr. S. B. Mllla. planiat; Mr. F. If. MUl LhR. or
c
* Ticketa. with paaar*ed aeata. SI, to ba hail at schnberth'a.
33 Union anttare, and Rnllman'a, 111 Broedwar.^ ____
/1BNTBAL p ark warden; .VITII ST. AND TTM AT.
lyureat e*citcm?nt Ore at exeitemiMit. For three daya.
For tlirea day*. For tlirae daya. For three daya. 1 linra
ilay. Friday and Saturday evrninga. Lady, ladaalrlMt
aL-alnat a Gantlaman. MARY MARSHALL, wh#
walked aix daya and nl?hta ditrlnn the laa; week, ha* cbal
Unit"" Mr. PBTEB VAN NESS forf-VH to wjlk iO mile,
each craning. hei.t two nut of three, the wlnnar of any two
nitfiits in succession to return hall'the mouejr.
Hee below certificate of doctor:?
NovKMnKit 14, IH70.
I hare ihoronfhly examined Miss Marshall, and can
that .ha I. in good condition ... walk the ...Ktch, Q
No. 2.(1 Watt oxtti it.
i_ '
B!/rand Clianipfonablp Match for tha Dalnnay Medal and
?|,t?^betwaen gaR>,er aM> JOSEPH DION.
at Tammany Hall, Thurttlay evening. November 1?. Oatna.
i??i p..mi- np, to i?? played on the tirllllth tnnle, with Da*
laitev Wira cuahioua Admlaalon, St. , ?
ticket, lit ba had at Maurice Daly ?, Splng.ar Houaa.
Oarnier'a. No. 1,'JW Broadway; Dion Brother., No. l.SIO
Broadway.
A
-VICTORIA CLAFLIN WOODHULL
. VICTORIA c L.A FLIN WOODUT'LL
VICTORIA CLAFLIN WOODHULL
will <all??r her farewell Lecture, CfclckMing Hall, NoTom
l(ir 21 Ticket, now on aala at ill Broadway, ^il and 33
Union aqnare and Chlokerlnn Hall
CtHICKBBINO HALL. MONDAY, NOVEMBER MX
3 REV. DR. RICHARD S. STORRS.
B "TUB OLD AND THE NEW IK BUROPB."
Tiekata at rOBD'S. SS Union aonnra.
tMHK.nK!IT8.
Brooklyn theatre.
Hntagement of lh? world-lamad
JOHN E. OWENS.
who will tpMir M1 'NDAY and ft ESDAY la
VICTIMS and SOLON -HINGLB.
WEDNESDAY ami THURSDAY la
DOT.
FRIDAY and saTUEDaY la
OrR HOYS.
XultMk, J T. RAYMOND a* COLONEL SKLLEBB.
Tony Pastors new iheaTRK.
m*t:nie Tuesday and friday
W1LK1N SON BROTH EES. i M I DEN THOMPSO*.
AUSTIN BRoTHk.HA > A McCCI&OCGH
FRANK BENNETT. | T I and _
JK.8M?,!.. i I mtnsim r^iltr
I E j JULIA WILS0M.
GUS WII.LiA.MS.
RICHMOND SISTERS, j R j WALTER galb.
VAUDEVILLE. I D I OPKBATIO OEMS.
BURLESQUlS | A I LIKE ON THE FROM
SPECIALTY Y. I T,EK??~w
LOCAL SONG* BLEUANTOOMEDT
JOSHUA WHlTCOMB.
A SPECIAL DRAMATIC COMPANY^
SUPERB Ml'SIC. OCROEOl'S COslUMBB.
BOYS Ol Ml LLINGaR PIIORTY WINKS
WHEN Till- FRANKLIN B1LI. POMEBoY.
ARRIVKS MMK. NEILSOV
THE BLACK MISS PRIMROSE.
MOC KINO BIRD.
Ol >T H' 8~TH E aTBkI SARDANAPALUS.
JARRETT k PALMER Lessees and Manager;
The present l? the FOURTEENTH WEEK OF LORD
BYRON'S cxiiuliite. romantic play.
SA RDaNaPaLUS.
which has already had ninety-two representation*. and on
Moftdav evening, tha iiOtli Inst., will have li?"?
PERFORMED ONE HUNDRED CONSECUTIVE
TIMES.
and before delighted. enurni"iis audience*. airiTTegatlng
TH'U HUNDRED AMD -EVKNTY-SlX THOUSANDS.
The powerful ca*t of the play include*
Mr. K 0 BAN.iS a. 8ARDANaPALDJ
AO NEB BOOTH u MYRRH A
on? oi lUe isott charming feature* of tho wonderful spec
I,C" THE NEW UR\N'D ITALIAN BALLET.
iho brilliant darning corp? IiicIihIIuk Mlla. MaL\ IhA BAR
TOLKTTI. premiere dan?eu*? asioluta. trmu the Grand
Opera, Pari*, aud Sigiiur MASCAUNO. of the San Carlu,
Naples. ana lOOchoseu ui'i newly costumed dameuscs.
?.?NEXT FRIDAY EVENING, November 17, BENEFIT
of Mr K. C BANGS, apon which occasion ho will have tho
honor of appearing tor tha nlnety-*eventh consecutlvo time
a* SARDANAPALUS.
Our notic. Will be given of the return of Mr. LAW
RENCE BARRETT. *rho ? ill appear as KINO LEAR, tha
sublime tragedy civeu lor the first lime in thin theatre, Mr.
E. L KAVENPORT iwho Iseiueclaliy ensaued) to appear a*
EDGAR. The supporting cast to be ol great puwer and tlia
distribution in its entirety probably the most ramarkubls
yet ma le in the United states lor a Shakesperian repre
sentation.
WALLACE'S BOUCICAULT.
M- LK-TBR WALLACE Proprietor an l Manager
Mr. W ALLACE Is gratified lo announce the engagement
of the eminent dramatist and comedi an, w lio i n. * u >.- u r air a
his p esent season with the comedy "h ORBIDDEN tHUIT
aa a brilliant prcluda l?> hit appearance at
CONN.
In hla celebritted Irish drama tha
' SIIAUUHRAUN.
The eniraremant of Mr.
BOUCICAULT
belnu nece?arily limited to a lew waeki, the comedy
FORBIDDEN FRUIT, mapi'iidrd durlntr the run ?f ill K
StlAUCJHRaUN. will bi resumed alter hit enya^tniont.
alter which a new drama, entitled ALL FOR llhR. will ba
proJuced. EVERY NIGHT AT S.
EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT 1:80.
will I o p-rforine<l
THE BHAUOHRAUN,
with the original cast, including Mr. John Gilbert, Mr. H. J.
M.iiitnuue. Mr. Il?r'y Beckrti, Mr. K. Arunlt, Mr. C. A.
SlcvetiKon, Mr. K. Holland. Mr. Edwin, Mr. Leonard, Mr.
Peck Mr. Eytlnce. Mr. Atkln*. Mi?? Dyaa, Mine. Pon 1*1,
Mi.sKoif Wood, Ml?* .Ii'*eplilne B?ker, Mr*. Scfton and
Mi** Blaiadell, aa originally represented aa W allack a Thea
tre In 1874. ?
Box oBica open dally from ? ta 4. Place* may ba aacnrad
four weeks in advance. ^ ?
ireiicok? s" TiiirT) avenub theatre.
Admi**16n aOc.,aOc . 50c. (lallt-ry 10c.
The Cheapest Price* in the World.
MONDAY. NOV. 18. DURING THE HEEE.
thw exciting drama of
IRELAND A8 IT WAH IN '?S. AND IRELAND IB 1873
WITH PANORAMA.
EveuInK*. s o'clock. Matinee* Wednodny end sat.at 2 P.M.
mHEATRF. COMtQUK. ~ 6U BROADWAY.
L IIARRIOAN AND HART Proprietor*.
M. W. HANLEY r\V\
II ARRliiAN hi,<1 HART in Edward Harrlgaii a
comic drama. DARBY AND LANTY. DARBY A N DLAN T Y,
a LI IE DRAYTON. BILLY KARRI. \AM?TTi*
Dick SANDS. ADAH RICHMOND, BltLT CARTER.
Edward UarHgan * new sketch, a i.-n ? antv
DARBY AND LANT\. DABBY AND LANTi.
New mualc br Dave Braham.
Wednesday and Saturday Matinee*.
NIBLO'S GARDEN. .
CIIAS. E. ARNOLD Leraae and Manager.
BEN SEN SHERWOOD Director.
THIRD MONTH OF
UAH A
Written axpremely forth!* theatre by Mr. JOHN A. MACE
Unabated micccs* of
HHu ELIZA WBATJIKR8BY a* AMORET
Mr. W. H. CRANE a* BABA
Continued triumph or
Mile*. ELIZAMETA and HELISNE MBNZELI. ?
The moat artistic premlfres auolutai ?rer *06n in iHls
Mr. BEN3EN SHERWOOD'S MABVBLL0U8
TRANSFORMATIONS.
THE SHIP CHANGE.
THE THREE GROTTOS.
THE CRI'mUlINO PALAOB.
THE GRANDEST BALLETS IN THE WORLD,
MAX MA ETZEK'8 SWEET MUSIC.
DEVERNA'S ARTISTIC PROPERTIES.
RICHEST COSTUMES, EXQUISITE SCENEBT.
JOLLIBST play.
THE BEST ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CITY.
Box office open from M A. M. to 10 P. M., where ?eat? may
be ?ei ured one wee* in advance.
M ATINEK KATU RD A Y^ AJ 1 -.30^
(^RUMANIA THEATRE.
TAD. N EI' EN DO li F F Director
EVERY NIGHT THIS WEEK.
THROUGH NEW YORK IN EIGHTY HOURS.
Local Sketch in *ev?'ii tableaux, by Ad. Neuendorff.
Box flffiof open daily from till 4 o'clock. ________
T TOBUM THEATRE, 14TH 8T. AND OTII AV.
J. II. McVlcker, Manager. I D. W. Waller, Stage Manager.
The Manager respectfully notlfle* tha public thai on
MONDAY. NOVEMBER
ha will commence * brief *?u?on at the LYCEUM THEA
TRE, for the purpose jf presenting
EDWIN BOOTH
tnaeeriaiof hla characters. *npported by a dramatici com
pany selected wltn it special reference lo the proper rendition
ol tue standard works in which EDWIN BOOTH eppiail.
The fir.t production will be
IIAMLKT, #i_ii ?
the principal charactera being assumed by tha followlog
Freu^lioblnson a* the Gho?t, Milne* Levlck as tha King,
.1 M. Hardie as Luerto*. Ilart Conway ?* Horatio,
P. Flerea aa I'oloniua. J. It. McVleker aa the Gravedl*gar,
Clara JenniD'it a? Uphelis, Jennie Carroll ai tlia Qneen.
SCENERY, COSTUMES AND APP0INTMBNT8
ALL NEW 1
THE SALE OF TICKETS will commence at the offlce of
the LYCEUM THF.ATRh THIS MORNING, NOV EMBER
15 at U A M.. and contituia till B P. M. dally. The Manager
notlfle* the public thai no ticket* will be placed In tho hand*
ol ipeculator*. and no *peculatlon?rUI 1>? allowed at tlila
theatre. When the ticket office open* iho dlauram will be
clear, with the exception of a limited number of seat*
placed at No. Ill Broadway: Marten'* mu.lc .tore.
1,164 Broadway, and at ?lie principal hotel* (lu all not
exceeding JOO ticket*), and they will be withdraw*
Irom these place* If an exorbitant 'advance is uanaaaded.
The Mauagar receire* n<> share of tha advance, and hence It
can i e made liberal and pay well for tha accommodation
rendered. Every facility will be otiered tha publlo to pur
chase tickets at the theatre at tbe_
REGULAR rates. ?1 .V) FOR SECDBED 8BAT8,
and ihe Manager hopes to receive the aid ol his patrons la
protecting their Interest, Remember
NOVEMBER -O, aud during tha woek.
LYCEUM THEATRE.
EDWIN BOOTH AS HAMLET.
SATURDAY MATINER, I :30. LADY OF LYOMI*
EDWIN BOOTH as CLAUDE MELNOTTE,
The next productiou
TUK FOOL'S REVRNQK.
H
K
? BLLY * LEON'S MINSTRELS. I tIPERA HOUSE
BLLY A LEON'S MINSTRELS. J3d st. aud ttth a*
THE FASHIONABLE MINSTRBL TEMPLE.
Great Hit. I CUING CHOW HI. I Matlneo
Offenbach * CHiNG CIIOW III. ThanksgiTln#
Opera BoulTe. | CHING CHOW IIL Day.
Terrific lligtit ?f the ONLY LEON from the
DOME oF Til r. THE A IRE.
, BKAUTIKUI. IMPORTED COURT DRE88B8.
40 Artist*. ' "IMPERIAL JAPS " 40 Artlsto.
Box office open dally from H A. M. to 10 r. a.
\gA81LLE TMEATKE. 84T1I nT. AND :J1> AV.
JYltreulnp at Matinee* Tueidny, Thursday and Satur
day at 2. A proitrsmmo of delicious rreach novelties.
it'cut succe.HM ol the most bewildering of *ensatione
THE MYSTICAL AND MYSTERIOUS MAB1LLE MYTH,
'Irresistibly charming living models In
BEAL'TIFl L CLASSICAL ART groupings.
Singing Heads. Headless Bodies, startling Transformations.
Olio ol novelties by :W> first class specialty artUls
Tho ino*t dellg'itfal amusemont resort lu New York.
Frisian varieties,! wink your byb.
ARIsIAN varieties! I BEDROOM TROUBLES.
liitli st. and Broadway.
MATINEE TO MORROW AT 2. HOUSES .CROWDED
FRENCHY, SPICY AND PIQUANT.
Sparkling eonirdy. sensational lareas, emotional sketches,
exhilarating song*, bewitching dance*, startling novelties,
humorous bagatelles, brilliant specialties, elegant eailatlas,
musical morceaux, ,tc. Every oveninn at H and at tha
Matlnrs, 1 uestlay Thursday and Saturday at J.
ill Itl.l.Y AND MARIl.
GEORGR ATKINS " l>. GOODING.
PROF. DONALDSON
EDWARD DILLON. I HARVEY COLLINS,
LEW SPENOr.R.
HORACE WESTON. I BoUltY WESTOH.
Mis- MINNIE HALL. _
MISS MLANCHE ELBERTS | MISS aLICB gebabd,
and ttfty niliers. th" llrellest eatenalnm?nl In Amarina.
Fifty handsome youn .' Indie* with g"od figure wanted.
tlOLUMBlA OPERA IlOl'SK. . .
J corn or of (lre> nwich nv, and 12tn it.
Houses crowded to ihe doobs.
Fir*t week ol the GRAND DUCHE.SJs also YOUNG LA
DIES' PA-TIME Ai LoNG BRaNi H and PARIS BY
Nil, HT; or the OAYETIEm OF MABlLLE. together with
an em ire new sensation al Variety Oilo by a first olast
tronpe of ?t*r artuts. arknowledg**?l to be at the head of the
profenfiiori. Krery evening ?it 8. Matinees Tuesdayt, Tnura
dnyn uud Saturdays At J.
W
ILL CLOSE SATURDAY EVENING, NOV. 1*
americanTnstitutb,
2d and 8<! avs., between 63d and 8Hh sts.
LAST DAVS OF THE
FORTY-FIFTH GRAND NATIONAL BXHIBITIOB.
Adults, : children ISo.
Argyll rooms. aiwYLE rooms,
(IT II AV. AND II'TH ST.
BRILLIANT TERPISCHoREaN N TERtAINMBNT.
ONLY PLA*E OF AMUSEMENT
OF THE KIND IN the CITY.
OPEN EVERY NIOHT.
COMMENCING AT ? O'CLOCK.
entrance on sotii sr.
B~ AL FRANOAlli DB L'H ARMONIE, 1H UBS day, NO
vember 1H.?Tickets and private boxes lor sale al BS3
Broadway. .
BAN JO.?THE IJANJO TAUOHT IN ONE qUartSb
by Professor IINNKY C DOB^OM. 4WW >??
MTAGB PUPILS fit ACTIC. ALLY PREPARED FOR
\ Dths IHUI tJKaS^VofiJJSf-4* Mkta
TcXiflSfT o^ii uiJicT
A Mr. J AS. W. MOKRISSRT
GRANI) MUSICAL CONGBEM
CENTENNIAL Til AN KSOI VINO FKsTfT a I.
*he "?"*l distinguished
i* n i?i 'J! ."J ? U,*?P,n tal a btists
AS,S ?.ViJItf*LCELKBR,T'**
w. MoheiiJet UhMTuI bSk?r ??
SSEKSiSr S3 JKBWS&S
grand musical fgOTtTiT.il
TC DK ?Ud1 M*kITPh KfVR * A,N c K 8. which for MAGN1
ihi cut heretofore not been attempted la
BEGINNING MONDAY, NOV. 37
THANKSGIVING Week.
FIBST-THE BETUBN TO NEW TORE OF MR. THEO
DORE iHOMAS and hie UNRIVALLED GUANO
ORCHESTRA OE EMINENT SOLOISTS.
SECOND?Tha engagement IE CON J UNCTION with
THOMAS' GRAND ORCHESTBA oftha followinir
oelebrated LYRIC STARS:?
Miss EMMA THUESRY.
Til* American Representative Prloi Donna.
Mist ANNA DRASDIL.
Prima Donna Contralto.
Mr*. PHILIP GULAGER.
Prima Donna Soprano.
Signor BK1GNOL1.
Primo Teuor,
(bli first sppearance with Thomas' Grand OrckaTviW
Mr. CHAS. FRITSCH, "
lanor da Gracia.
Siffiior FEKRaNTI.
The faAoua Baritone Comlqna.
AND FINALLY?in ordar to (Its additional brilliancy ta
thi* extraordinary gathering of renownedartlate?
Mm a MADELINE SCHILLER.
Mme CAKENO SAlhET.
Dr. GCSTAVE 8ATTEB ?ad
Mr S B MILLS
THE FOUR GKB \ I'EfeT PIANISTS IN AMERICA.
In addition to toe uraud orchestra! works of BEET
IIOV N, MENDELSSOHN. 8CHL'BKRT. CHOPIN.
BACH, LIS/. I and WAGNER will also be given I ha
ooeratic chat d'lf.vrns ot VfcRDI, MOZART, OOUflOD.
MKYe.RB+.ER. KLoToW. BALKS and WALLACE by thia
powerful company of OPERATIC CE1.KHRITIE8 and
THOMAS' GRAND ORCHESTRA, and will embrace tha
rami of "FAUST," "TRoVaTORE," ?MARTHA." "RIO
OLRTTO,'' "KAVORIT.4." 'WILLIAM TELL" and th?
? BOHEMIAN GIRL." In which KRIONOL1 wUl ha haard
IN ENGLISH FOR THE FIRST TIME.
THE THANKSGIVING FESTIVAL will ba dirt dad lata
Til It K GRAND PERFORMANCES,
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27,
WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER J9
(Thanksgiving are) and
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1.
The SaLR of SUBSCRIPTION TICKETS for tha threa
performances will login on Monday next, November "JO, at
DECKER BROS'. PI v.NO W.\RKRilOMS. 33 Union iquara.
The SALE lor SINGLE NIGHTS will begin on tha
THURSDAY following nt the Academy.
711 . PRICES.? Notwithstanding the self-evident ax
prnao of this combination will be, Subscription Tickets,
with choica ol rearrved seats for the aeries, $4 50.
BOXES. $<l, 98 mid flu each.
PRICES FOR SINGLE NIGHTS,
Admission, $1: Reserved Seats, 50ceuts,and
*1 extra according to location.
FAMILY CIP.CLB. 50 CENTS.
E~ AGLE THEATRE. *
BROADWAY AND 33D ST.
Proprlator and Manager Mr. JOSH HAB1
B
E
T N
T I N B E
I N
B
E
TO-DAY
AT
TWO
O'CLOCK
CONTINUED 8UCCE88 OF THE
BEST OF ALL BURLESQUES.
MATINEE. | SARDANAl'ALUS. [ MATINEE.
MODERN SCHOOL
ACTING.
SARAH'S YOUNG
MAN.
G]
1
Mr. Cat Rnoney, Mr. John Wild, Mr llarry Richmond.
Mr. A. H. Sheldon, Mils Hughes. Miss Fiske. Mint Kelrey and
thu entire Eagle company appear to day at the
tl All N E E AT TWO O'CLOCK MATINEE.
Craxy Ounrtet. Thunder Storm. The Lightni?g.
AT THE MATINEE. MATINEE AT Till
l BAND OPERA HOUSE. 8TH AV. AND 33D St
rPOOLK A DONNELLY Leasees and Manager)
MATINEE TO-DAY, AT 3. I *
MATINEE TO-DAY, AT 3. DOORS
MATINEE TO-DAY, AT 3. f OPEN
MATINEE TO-DAY. AT 3. AT ltf,
UNCLE TOM S CABIN.
_ UNCLB TOM'S CABIN.
Ert, O. C. HOWARD ai Todo
KLAVIN'S GEORGIA JUMLKE SINGERS.
TWO HUNDRED ?
. GENUINE SOUTHERN NEGROES
in tha great
REALISTIC PLANTATION SCENB.
ADMISSION. 50 CENTS.
ADMISSION, 5.) CENTS.
Rasem-d Seats 75 cents. H and $1 35.
CHILDREN, HALF PRICE TO MATINBB.
Fninlly Circle. 25 centi.
On SUNDAY EVENING OILMORE'S GRAND uONCERTft
Phlladelnhla Aniusemrnti,
ZOOLOGICAL GARDEN, FAIRMOUNT PARE, PHIL
adelpbla.? Open dairy. A l?ru? collection or llrlng wild
baaata, blrda and rantilns. Admiaaion, 35c. Children. 100.
KIRAXFY'S ALHAMBRA PALACE. ~~
Tha fashionable resort ol Philadelphia.
EIBALFY BROTHERS Sola ProprUtow
AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAY*
Secured seats two weeks in advance.
THE,, GREAT SIEGE OF PARIS. -EXHIBITION
DAILY. fRoM 8 A. M. To 10 p. M., EAST OK THE
PHILADELPHIA MAIN EX POSITION BUILDING.
NEWNATlONALf.IKATRE, PHILADELPHIA.?TM
BLACK CROOK, with the PRKRLES8 MORLACUU1
'iUejcrenueMi entertainment In the cltv. \
KREUTZRJCmrs' GRRaT KUriOi'EAN AN ATOMIC Al
and Historical Mnsenm, T.U Chestnut at.. Philadelphia,
The greatest and moat complete aver exhibited in America.
Open dally.
Philadelphia museum, am aniTarch sts;
L'NCLR TOM'S CABIN. BOBBY NEWCOMB aa
TOPMY. The JUBILEE SINGERS. Matineea, THE TWO
UKI'ii A N S.
PIANOFORTES, OUOAH8, *
-FOR RENT. UPRIinif. SyT^Rls "AND TlKlNtf
J\ .Pianos or our own make; alao for sale and rent, a nam*
bar of fine second hand Pianoa, In perfect ordar.
WM. KNABE A CO.. No. 11J 5th ar.. above 10th St.
A FINK ASSORTMENT OF FIRST CLASS PlANO^
fortas for aale at very moderate prices, on easy and rea
sonable terms, at IIAINKS BROS ', corner 3d nr. and Slat
st. A few Pianos that bare been used a little vary low.
A LOT OK SECOND' HAND PIANOFORTES IN
-iA.thnr?ugh order lor aale, at moderate prices; also Piano*
fortes to rent, of onr own manufacture, byCHICKBBING
A SONS, 1.10 oth av., corner 18th st.
AM A G NI FUTknI' C li IC KKrIiTg 7-OCTaVE CARVED
legs, ?.'(?>-?10 monthly instalments; upright and
square Pianos to rent, from $4 tn monthly.
KRAKAUER. 353 Bowery.
CHANCE TO PURCHASE PIANOS" AND ORGANS
lright at tli" factory, saving tho profit made by tha re
tailers ; you can alao s?ethe material used in manufacturing
hr^t rlass Instruments; rented or sold on monthly nay
meuta MILLINGS A WHEELOCK, 54 Wast 13th at- op.
poaite rear of Maey'a.
STeTnWaY A~SON8 ELEGANT 7 OCTAVE ROSB
/"??''"dl'lano, perfect order, rich tone, for $3C0 caah, at
BAtTERSON'S Storage Establishment, Ml) Utk ar., oorner
BEAUTIFUL ROSEWOOD PIANOFORTE ONLT
I'JO: instalments, fS monthly.
J BIDDLE, 13 \Yarerley place, near Broadway.
A?FOR SALE, A MAGNIFICENT FOUB BOUND
?Steinway Pianoforte for S300; an elegant rosewood
eaa^. Improved scale, 7K octave WindaOr Piano, coat $1,-00,
JjrlWiiO; haa guarantee and bill of sale; Stool, Covar,
Music Cabinet, coat 8100: box for shipping. Call this day
at private residence 130 West 23d st., near 0th av.
A PB1VATB FAMILY, NO.'47 WEST 16TH ST^
will sell their double ronnd Strlnway 7.S octave Plana.
!l"e for fJOO; a 7>,' octave Cbickerlng upright Piano, cos(
for J17oj box for aMpplug.
L beauTiful carved rosewood seven.o<v
tave Piano. $?5. 318 East itilth, near 3d.
A FEW SECOND HAND WEB"BR PIANOS AT VKBT
great bargains; souia of them usad but a very short
time by our best musicians and really utmost aa good at
new: fu.ly warranted in every resiwct. Pleaae call at tha
? eher warerooma, 5th av. and l?th it.
Bargains ?7-ocTAVB pianos, $125; same, ele
gant c ao, three mouldint,-*, $150; rant, $4 monthly!
daoble reed Organ. $0 ?. GORDON A SuN, 13 East 14th st
Great baro vins on account of bbmoval.
Upright and 8i|naro Pianos lor caah, small mnathli
Bayments, or to rent vary low, at BETTS' warerooms. 7?
roadway, corner loth st
REAT BARGAINS.?NEW AND SECOND HANI
Pianos, or powerfal tone, at FISCHEB'8, 435 Wa?
38th st.
Khanicii~i baciT ~"
Grand, Square and Upright Planofort**; wareroomi
Noa. 241 and 343 East 3 d at.
Hixbest award at the Centonnial Exhibition; a fait
second ha?l Pianoa, almost new, ol our own make, on
band
Lady will kell 7 octave rosewood piano
perfect order, less than $IU>. 38 East :?d at., naar 3d av,
Magnificent octave rosewood piano
lorta, $75; splendid tone ; great bargain; seen at
(iORDON'S, 157 Bleacher at.
PI A N OS? L A RU KASSORT ME NT: RENT, $4 UPWARD
to sell, $5u?pward; easy terma MEBRELL'8. 8 Uniot
square.
PIANO WaNTED-SECOND HAND, STEINWAY 01
Weber. Address II R II., box lul I'ptown Herald office.
piPK ORt.ANs' ?? MANUALS AND PEDALS" $73o"
MORnMEE bMUUrUl
Z OCTAVE MRLODEON, IN UOOD ORDER. WILL
/be sold at anetloa. at JOHNSON'S, Nassau st., Thora
day. Rara chance.
$?>( )| | P ERFUL NEW V I'RhillT AMI SqTIkB
? ?/W.Pianos. Factory, l?i;? Hlaeckar; warerooms 810
Broadway. UNITED STATES PIANO COMPANY.
~ ~~ fll SiCAio ~ ?
a " KKEsm coEf' ^6'lur-,r~oK?sTftxi
yVabilltr, wishes an enirngement as soloist or in orahaatra
Add rasa L.. box 1*3 Herald Uptown Branch office.
A LADY TEACHES PIANO. ORGAN, SINGING: $14
per quarter: pupils prepared churcnas, opera. AddraM
OPERA, Herald Uptown Branch office.
A CULTIVATED LADY OK LAROE EXPERIENCI
and acknowledged musical taleut, gives Pianoforte an<
isinglng Les?.iis $lii per quarter; hignett references. Ad
dress CLASSIC, box :i,ti74 I'oet ofltce.
MJLuSfS*"?, <<:olhy <lTte organist of
dlui ?4 Wesi 47th sV * po,"'on M or*?ni*1
IA^D W. PKR LEsSON.?PIANO AXD
H?ra"dn.'fm,ce GOVERNKSS. box 133 Uptown
?OIVTKY BOARD;
Air?,ft., AKOiXNA.-aEST dLlMiTli r?
J .-ii L in?alidt; comfortable Rooms an4
52^- .7 K"*r^ family, can be aeoored bj
addressing box H.? P.,st office. Aiken. Terms moderate.
/ jlll'NTRV BOAED-TWIETY MINTTES bt Aeteax
\J oailruad ?Large Rooms , with lire) and good BoarM
Address box .III Pott "ffn e, (ireennlle. N. J.
WINTER HEMIHlis.
The koyaL victoria hotel, nass.vu (BAhXSfi
Islands), now open ; T. J. PORTER, Proprietor.-Steam
er* leave New York October 38 and November 30. Kor full
BwaJwigr VPPf UDUBK*00? *

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