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CTTT HK.1L ESTATE FOIl Kil.E.
( riilrnu
A-kndi'ced pp.irss!ii::i *ew lists op
.Houses for ,?'e. aiM> lu let. ?i 4 Pine ?r S I East 17th it
__ _ V. K ATEVKSBON. Jr.
h:\kt rm?nkuT~iTIxiVsomrly rrkscoed".
Ju*ar M sdtinn #34,1*11; Ueantitul .'?tb ??. style, $. i ,1S?I;
one f IS.O'Xi; near LeXrUgl>c. $1
LIONEL >!:Oi:UJ.ICIt, 3d ?v.
I- ttsl
For salb chrap-a i>vm,;.isn in bast ioth
?t. Address UW.NKK, box W? Pnl office.
"li'OR fAT.E?A B A KG AIN -Til R FOCB STORV
1 brown feono Hoci-, 'JA* III i. ?'?, home 5Ti feet. with en rx
Inikm nr.ltbiil, built by I'ottuaai .t Melnrr ;u ililim
ind sjlooes. Jiw fffii 59iti st , oppos't* Onlrtl I'srk ; can
?? seen w(iti?ai x permit II n-4; Immediate possession,
ifply. * to owner, U WmI 1' t!. si.
I^ORMA LE^TWO FCLL LOW WITH THE OLD Ma"
? t?rials, on 35th ?t . between 9th ami 10th av*., witb
lullder's loan; splendid location U. FOUNTAIN, 153
Km* M st.
[POR SALE?1 WO Kt'I.L iijTS. Wi l li Til K OLD MA
Irrixln, on 35:h it.. hetw-fii 1'tti ?ml ll'th ars.. with
Builder's loan; splendid location. li. KOL'NTAIN, l >3
Kast ?Jd it.
B1104)KI.Y.\ PllOPERTV FOR SAI.E
AM) TO LET.
fAliAh '''R SALE, IIOfSK AMI LOT OS DF.AN
<p' ' ? ' '' '' '.it . Brooklyn: II lot: home contains 13
rooms; all modrrn improvements; a rata bargain. Address
K.. box l?*l lleraltl ortice _____
\V KSTUIKSTKH. CO I VII PKOPEHTY
FOR H AUK AM) TO 11KXT.
HANDSOMELY PCRNISHEP HOUSES a.NP BF".AC
tilul Cottages. all conveniences, to let at I arry
town, at very cheap rent. S K M HEKKON. 0.'>li lith av.
fir tkfi? lawn cemetery choice Front lot
TT hir iale chaap ill-.1' II tLLAN, 5 tftl st., room 3L
phopkiitv Oct Of tiik city foh
SALE AM) TO RENT.
poprEK and i.rap mine chkap.-two hours
* Jfrvm /'hiladclpliia: mi tl:? ore ami report at Sweeney's
Ho!* I. Call or addren, two days, c W. MILLER.
nwHf ell nut s.\L E?a LA ROB PACTOBY
1 Hulldtnir. centrally situated ill Philadelphia, would be
let as a wli.le or In part, with or without power. Address
SHIKES A PARK1SII, mill and Chestnut its.. Philadel
phia.
it KA i. ESTATE Til K\CH \m;k.
pliv. NEARBY PROI'I-'.RTY ASP FARMS FOR IM
Improved au>i unimproved We.tern Lands, a hundred other
Fxcnangra, maiiT with ca?h. Call. PH1LLI l'S, iKI Nassau,
room 2. second floor.
AIR |||WT-K ^I V. CKEXa'DBERBDl VERY DE
?JVL"'?alralne. .'(? tulle. di.tant, for city or nearby
House: alio first class Farm ?t Princeton lor city Property
or oli!> or two Mar) land Farms
JollN rtlKiJKL, 70 Cedar it.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
TIMTlER'"LA.NU WASTE I ?ON THE MIDLAND OR
Erie Kallroad. Apply to OIFKHID F. PARK' R. cor
oer Market and Krond umler First National Hank, Newark.
U' A.VIKIi TO PL"Rt;ilASE?IN BROOKLYN. A TWO
TV story IiIkIi stoop hrlck House; stnte exact location of
house, street and number, or no answer; also price and
tertni of pa>uieut, wtiifli must be easy. T., box l.iO llornld
offlco.
TO LET FOB BC8IHKSS PCHPOSES.
(KNNKTT HI ILDINi
w
Fireproof.
located on Naisau. And and Fnlti'n st?.
First Floor to let: suitable lor banker.'. Insurance offices or
lawyers; will be let together or In parts; be altered lo suit
tenants If desired; adapted for offices or stores.
Reasonable renin.
Alio some eliirtMe Law Offices to let.
APPLY ON HIE PREMISES.
Take the elevator. Inquire for Janitor.
AKKRY AND LIYIN(? APARTMENTS TO LET-NO.
?"?Jl West ti'th it : (rood Maud; rent low. DAVID
CHRISTIE. 430 Weil isti, ?t.
team "power.-to li:t7 rooms, i,a roe "and
small, with Handy poser and well lighted.
JOHN McLAREN River st., lioboketu N. J.
CTEAM POWKR. WHOLE HI'ILDINO, OR FLOORS
^larite or small; Tory ll^ht and cotuinodlous. HXI West
tTth St.
DWELLING' HOC SKIS TO LK i.
h'urinsitei..
An kleoantly fi'rnisiiicd three story eno
lish basement House to iet or leas". 847 Lexington a?.,
between 3'.*tn and fHli sts. 1'an be leen between 10 and
IJ A. M.
~A VERY NEAT MODERN TWO STORY IIRICK
House, 1,'J5'J Jth av., near H d St.. will be let very low
for the winter, furnished or unfurnished; neighborhood ex
cellent: or two ladies will hoard the rent.
A" ?TO LET. Foil SIX OR TW.ILVE MONTH 4,
? an eleKantly lurniihed Jour story House. Ihreo rooms
seep .No. 141 West 47th it.; permits at 4 Pine or 33 East
rooms
I Easi
17th st. " V. K. HTEVENSON, Jr.
Cnturnisiirtf.
Avery neat modern two story brick
House, 4th ar? near Si! I St., will bu let very low
lor (lie winter: excclietlt neighborhood.
TO L ? T - HOC s E \o. _'ll EA.-T II I'll ST.; RENT
low; all Impiovemetils. Apply to M. LLHEYKICRIa A
CO., li Reiner ft.
rpo RENT-CNFCKMsIIEII. ill 4 HANDSOMB pour
L story brown it"tie House No. 1.1 Kast 31it St., _^xV>
leet, with three storv eMemiou t os-.es-ioti any time : rent
low. B. H LUDLOW a CO.. 8 Pin* it.
Wanted"? rent-to two Diri i.u NT parties,
a House, built lor two families and na\lnx all modern
tnptoveiiK ti: s Apply on premises S?"? Kast i 2d st. Itent
low.
Kl ltMMiED tiuusiei v S i) APAUTMEJfTS
TO LET.
Aprivati-'. kvmu.y H'li.i. LET1 Tmri-.e OS foci:
Koonit. wiihotii boiird, to ; coffee iii the mom*
lnjt if deHiroct Call at S.t Ka?t U?i.l nt , ono door en^t ot
MndiMin hy.
AS r IT OF Kf H > VSOT KK V\ti IA > KS ; ALIO 8 INGLE
llooinn, with hot water, f!ro and gja; low prfcen. 4ft
L*ki ImIi ?t.
ALBANY.?APARTMK.VT. WITH NINK KOOMM;
very choice. Apply to the Jitnllor, 51st at. entrnucca the
Albany.
AhlCRLY FUENI8HKD ROOJC TO LKT AT Sit
Kaal l . t it
4 COCPLB or ROOX8, HANDSOMELY FURNfflHFD.
/it<? ^1 t?ie KPtitltmeD, with.>111 bt?nrd. 22 Wast 27lh ?(.,
lear 5th nv.
AKKSrF.CTABLK YOUNG GIRL CAN HAVE A
fiirniKhrd Koom with a ladr. Ntii K (* 11 ^,390'id it.
Apartments n km>hmi for iTouhekebpinu
to quirt (r?*ntcel r.iit.ilies at 21ti West 47th si, near
Broadway.
pinrATE FAMILY WOULD LET THEIR BEIT
*>et of Ronnie, snitab e for physician or Ketttlemen; e*
rlnsive uso of bath; references exchanged. Na Kast
KM it.
MOM FORT AH LY Mi:M>!IM? ROOM, Wi >rifs
I 'la?ly or irrutieaian ; j;*; breaktant if desired. Residence
Kwrt 19th ?t.
DRSIKARLK furnished ROOM5^ FOR GENTLE
men. without board, in flrhi class house West *J5th
it.; excellent accommodations.
FM KMS'lhh ROOMS I" RENT FOR LIGHT IIOUSM
kpepinkf, double orstnffle. :t4 tirreuwich av.
L^rK.Nhill'.H ROOM TO RRN1 fo GENTLEMEN ??;;
JL K**ntloniNn and wife, naitsblo for ll)*ht liona.)koepinic, at
}M? Went IM it
Hill roomThratkd" 13 ?. wehkXy; rooms
and Hcdrooms from f?to ; OfTlce and Bedroom. l()d
Kaxt |.r>th st.. near Union square.
HfcNUttOMELY FUHMSHKD RimiMP Tti LET.
without board, at iK) Ka.*-t iCith st.; excellent table board
on same block.
Madison ay., hktwken : ?t 11 and jtth .^tr.?a
private familr ofT#?r a Scc<?nd or Third Floor, en nulte or
dn^lr ; home of unusual elegance and comfort; references.
*<i re as EUKKK \ HOMK, II era d itir<
/pO LET \ LARGE I RNTsiTeD ROOM ON THX
I. second floor, front. Si Kast IO?h st.. near 4th at,
To LKT IN. ENT1 iti SEC6 N lT" F LoTi 5 IN \ Mr
| hoose^fnlly furni?h?*d for licht h<>u<iekeepinK, or would
furnish breakfast . V?-i >Sth ?t
TO LET?A SECOND FLOOR, rWt> R< ?? ? M- FrTtATS
balk and water closet. aUo ample closets, without tnealt,
to a jc^ntleman of means: location, 1st st., .%th and t>tn
art. Address or call f*4't llroada ay.
TO KENT?A SKC<)ND FLOoit IN K G NTKKL FRI
vate house, furni^ht d, tor liclii liousekrepinj;, for$|t>prr
week: neii;hhorhood icood; hotino quiet, fail at 4-M\ West
Nth -t
?)?) T<> r? ! I \ n !? -< ? >i I I ^ II I: N I s 11 K |? P.ooms
UrOfor honsekfepiag or rentiemrn; hoaso private. No.
Bl?t East lHth ft Hoard if denired
$:?>
ri \ WEEKLY.?.VICRI.V IIKATKI) FRONT
?Jlflisll
8
Room, also others, to iadtct o; grBttemen.
144 West ICst h ti.
CTti AY., NO. 164. -?FITRNISli HI> TlOOMS, FRONT
t/and rear, with beths on each fl??or: reference required.
rrii <\ . M\ mrs !.v\, LL ren I Al'VKT
1/rncuts, with private tab:c or without board.
fWITITTH ST. rlioICE OF ROOMS, WITH COM
forts tit a private family; terms reasonable ; reference.
nWfctfT CTll Si" OPPOSIIE ST. JAMES iloivi,
Suits and single Rooms, also romi* lor transient
l ? T! I -1. Jfi a ST PARLOR u < roll FOUR
X^Xrooms; t-lfpunily famished; all conveniences; together
or ?eparste.
]/? BAS1 .'HT1I sr. 8INGLE room ONSECOND
JLOfloor and two on fourth, suitable for ^ullrmen.
|||7 RAtT itT11 nT . NEAR GRAND CENTR
1U I drpot -V urnislied Rooms to let. witli every eunTeui
snce lor liousekeepinv, for imail reipectalde I ?iniiies.
1/W) EASI mil sr.. N I' V It 41'11 tv \ III.ST
1 U?/Hoor rriln? Room (waterand dres Inseloset sttaehed);
?l,e Raotn upstairs to gantleinen.
] in ?IA 'Oi . M. i.|. Kl i;ni>ii, ?.? ijt(K)M?, ~irif7l
X L"e?err eoavenlenaa for h. uies. euiuto let t? re
?pectabte sm.nl families
2?)| iXivflWTH sr A I. V I' V WoCLII I.KITIM
O Lirentlt man two I nice eonneetin* Room, on seroml
Boor, with all conveniences, fnmlslied or unfurnished.
ill ><7 K.wr 41.ST Si -111 LKT III!-. SH'II.M)
t)ju I llifr, han istmiely Inrnlslied ; hreskfa.i If desiree,
I MKIUMSOKD 111M) ^ *..> APART.
.MKVTS TO LET.
"TTCSXXf^iPARTjilKNT, WITH WITH NINK KUOMS;
/Vrery cUolce. Apply lo the Janitor, .Mst at.,entrance the
Albany.
Apartment houhe. HAlOHT m ii.din.j, t.rn av.,
eorne' 15th sk? Kaeh bulte has prlrnte kitchen, or ten
ants supplied Iroui the ceneral rui?me
APARTNENTrt. UNPt'P.Nljuir:!). in THS I.SNOS rj
Sth av . lor larite or small families: iin<urpas?e<; for con
renience and eleirance by any In tha city; meals lurnlshed;
Mnt greatly reduced.
f^lRST FLAT TO LKT-IN IIIUII UToOP IIHOWN
r 'lone hou<e West ftlst St. ; ill roxr.s: all liclit; ill
nolirn imoroveniai ts; rent $-15. Apply to DAVll)
SURIwTlB, 430 West 4H|h st.
fc'LATS. ITS imi hT.. NEAR SO AT. CONSISTING
r of parlor, bath, dininf. Iaundr> and thre* slceiiinft looms.
Villi ras. hot and coM water slid ranees and all tue latest
Biprovements Apply to janitor on premises.
fl/OOR TO LKT?OP rHR.'.h TO HVI. ROOMS, IN
161 West Jlst st.
rO LET--SECOXD FLOOR. SIX ROOMS, OS aD AV.,
near 31st St., f'17; also, U Koom *. $li'. Inquire Jl!'
tut a i st at.
rO LET?A FRENCH'FLAT, WITH ALL THK MOD.
?m improvements, loquira of J. M. LilUAH, No, &.-7
tat IPta M. j
F
cvrtmjiisiiKn room* a \n apart
NUVM TO I.KT.
rpo Lfcf-IN A PRIVATE HOUSE. A THIRD" FLOOR.
I lor *2"> per month' n?i(kbork??J jr"vd and convenient to
tlio Elevated rtri. Caa. at 430 V\ e>t J?i!i si.
on41 wkmt jbT^^TT^-*K^b^:li l,t.<>f7R~ll^ E56
Ol'^rfllah basO'n^iii bmiNt, alt Ittht ronini, all piodtro iiq
liroremeiits . rent low ; iiouso ?n<t location "Siollrnt. Ap
;>!? t ? It. IlKOUs, :wi Nth n* , corner nf .'(Mh it.
TOWfiMiT"ftOOMir *CH WANTED.
In IKIh Cllv hikI Hrooklvn.
4 XV PARTY 11A VIX vi OOnl) WATER FRONT LOTS
iVin Now York. Hruoklvn or .leraoy City, upon which ure
erected lirlcK buildings suitable tor factory purposes, or who
would l?e willing t?? expend to $*ilin IMfMfl
tion of such buildings, to At earn therehy n r?*pnn?lt>ln
tenant lor a Ion* term of years ut * rrtmndilt nnul, will
please communicate with MANUFACTURER, box 174
lUraJd odlca.
FM KMsjrED-icoOSR WANTED?Ih NKW MIL
I,alow the Park , or Brooklyn Height*. Address M. D ,
bos S.08X
W aVtbeT-bt a single iiestlem\x,~a kIobiTt
furnished Parlor and Kedroom, near Mh av.. bctwaoii
1 4th mm| 2t)th si? Address bo* I'osl olflce.
\\r A.N.TKI) FROM DECEMBKlit fa TOMAROH l-\ A
" llr?l class tarnished House, J4tli and :<4tb st*.
uad 4th and ftth nvs.; rent #i'?" ?>? par luontb. Ad
dress by Icttar H. B. H.. roiiu 14. SO Finest.. Now York.
\Y ANTED?BY A PHTWCIAN. A BOOM SUITABLE
IT tor an offlra; prir.it" family preferred; location be
twrni I4tn and t.M iti. and titli a v. itul Hp'adway. Ad
dress, stating lowest terms. M. I?., Til .Nassau
\\ra\tkl>- rwT> rooms " adjoFninu, witiiTTut
m board, by two jin^l** gentlemen in tlia neighborhood of
Stiiyvesaut square. Address CI,Jo, box 124 Herald ofllre.
WANTRD??Y~A M AX anTTw] FK. THRKB OR FoFk
iinfnrniabod Room a Tor housekeeping, with water ?nd
[Ml Protestant family preferred; local ion b-low 3nth at.;
?? rm> moderate an<i references exchanged. Addrc~? M. ?.,
Uptown Herald oflW.
ANTlb TO I'UKOHA*E-7n BROOKLYN, A TWO
story high stoop brick Home; ?iatt* exact locution "I
houac, atrcel and number, or no anawer; aUo price and
ti'rina of payment, which roii't be sa?y. T., box )>>0 ilcraid
oBre.
lit (lit> Cnuntrv.
WfAVTBI) TO 1.KASB?'i TO 10 AOHF8 HRY LAND.
I) ?Itli House. Ham, Ac , near Now York. If. W.t 177
Herald oltice.
BOAItDKUN WASTKfir
j"l<L'iTK O^VfeRV DKSIKAliLK 2I> STORV BOOMS,
JLwith Hoard. i'>'l Madiinn ar., corner 'Cd at.
-|~"oIt~M"o R K II AX UriOM E L Y~ fCltS ISII ED" "ROOMS
1 for lamillea or ?iunle BOtitlcinen; excellent Hoard. ti'JI
I.exin?'ton av.
?"Tub TWO UKNTL5MEN, OR UKXTLBMAN AND
Lwlle. can ha*e aec ind floor, annny Boom, with Hoard nnd
lire, Irom $7 to flu per week oauli. 47 West it7lb at., near
ciri'uiiway.
1 BLEOAVT 8E00K0 FLOOR; ALSO OTHfcft ROOM*;
Ihouae and table Qrst claaa; private if deaired; referouce.
1;S Kaal UJd at.
OD STOKYROO?? AND RhDROOM : ALSO ROOM FOB
Jiwn oil tonrth floor, with lirat clnai Hourd; term a. fib
and 812 par weak. IM and l?Vtt Waverley place.
O A SI 11, a s 11 i*LACK (PEBRY 8T.I--L AROK AND
? 'small Keoins, nlccly furnlahed, with Hoard, from $?'< to
*7.
rrTII AV.. 741.?ROOMS, WITH BOARD, FOB "uKN*.
? >tlemen nml wirea and ?ini?l? cfntlemen ; terms nioderiito.
r PROSPECT PLACE (KAST 41ST ST.). MIT HllflOK
? ilyn -lland ome nlcuro Boom, with Uonrd for two per
son*, fin.
dj TCT88PBR WEKK KOlT FINE ROOMS, WITH
?? " / k'ond Board, for lamillei or alnirle perhona, at 20 Clin
ton place (8th at.i
7'i<AST 4HTII ST., WINDSOR 11 LOCK.-PLEASANT
Booms, with Board, for families and itentlemon.
EAST XII) ST ?TO RENT, wfru IIOAItl), LA KGB
and small Booma, on second, third and lourtli tloors.
10
11 KAST2BTII >T.?CHOICE SEOOND STOKY 8UX
Liny Booms; (lining room on purlor lloor; table first
class.
1 ifrifiviw'wb?t.-hanmomelt kvrnisTied
-I 1 .Booms, second story, front, suit Mile for arntleinnn nnd
uifii.mid small famllr; nrlrate table if desirtd; also tablo
Hoard for a few eantlemen.
t) TO $l.'V?LA BOB SUNNY SEOOND STORY
O L Rooms, furnish*J or nnfnrnlshed ; oxcellent Hoard.
21-1 East :t4th st.
MWEST mil ST.?HANDSOMELY FURNISHED
Second Floor, together or in snlts; also Parlor Floor,
with or without private table; house nnd appointments
llrat claaa; relereucea.
I "TH ST.. 144 WEST?NICELY FURNISHED IIKaTKD
I i/ltKom, with Board for ladv; $12 weekly; also front
P.irlor.
I CTH VT? 218 WEST.?HANDSOMELY Fl'ltSIKllED
J.' Jlurno front Boom on sccoml lloor; nlso hall Boom, with
Ho-irii.
91 ST tiT., 40 WEST.?A LADY HAS RECENTLY
J taken this circuit house; desires to lot, with Board,
ltooms, en suite or singly; rcfervn es exeh^nKcil.
ST.. 100 EAST.?SECOND STOKY KHOXT LAR(7E
m; tonrth story hall, with Hoard,
0?JD S
^OlIlHI
OOYTST.. I SO WEST.-II aNdsoMKLV FURNISHED
_')li in, singly or i'ii tnlte. j>lth first class Hoard.
t) | TH ST.. NO. SIO WEST.-LARISE SECOND HTORT
Knont. handsnmely furnis'ied, southern exposure; prl
vate bath ; lioard, li'iuxe and raferonre llrst claas.
QCTti ST., 46" EAST, FIRST HOUSE FROM MAPt
)-on sqnsso.? Handsunely fnrnlslicd Booms on second
floor to let, with rtoanl; location unoxceptluuable; refer
ences.
?KJ WEST !>T1I ST.-LAROE H ANDSOME ROOMS.81 A.
mO^IH. 820. for two persoiu; excellent Hoard; trHtialcnt,
$1 ,*>Oaday; reference.
?"i"LINTON I'LACE.NB AR BROADWAY A FEW
yonnir men or marrio l couple can flud first class Board.
36
?JO 4 1. 42 AND 44 WEST 14T1I ST.?ROOMS. WITH
OO.Board, en suite or singly; liberal tcruia to permanent
parties.
?KJTH ST.. 2">7 WEST.?FINE. SUNN^HaTTiTroOM,
?>Owith lloar.l, for gentleman; house central and unex
ceptionable.
4" WEST 34T1I ST.-ITaROK FRONT ROOM, WELL
'?Jluriiisbed; also single; apiiolntments first class; tablo
excellent ; pricts moderate; relorcaces.
4rri H ST.. 210 WBNT.?8MALL PH1TATB PAMILf,
Ukailnf more room than they require, would rent hand
somely furnished Rooms to families or itentlHinen.
V 7 "west ottTi-st.?to let. wit if first class
t I Board, in private family, extra lar^e front hall Boom ;
southern exnosure.
Atl WKST K2t> ST.?FRONT SUIT. ALSO BACK
"X t/Hoom, with excellent Board, lor fsmtly or single teii
tiemon: terms moderate.
50
suit-, other larre and single Booms; l.rst dins Board.
pri BABT illsT ST.?PARLOR PLOOlt. NEWIA' FUR
?.).Ltilshed; bath, closets, Ac., with private table; alio
single Hnntn; references.
-?? wrst sin sr.-n\M>soMKiiY furnished
OORoont* to let on second flour, with first dn? Board;
reference.
qV ?iAt'j'noruAi. st-la~kue and sinci.f.
UT Room", woll furnlahed: Rood table; prices to suit the
time*.
1>) < KMT 27TH ST. I'D l,ET, WITH HOAKH.TWO
?^'Alarre connecting Rooms; ?lso unf single Room ; rut
ence* ^Ivon mid required.
I'l" KAlii' IUTM ST.. NKvit UNION SQUARE. UK
? ?? Inn-hed Rooms to rent. With Board, to gentlemen or
tamilles; reference*.
fS7 iASr flTTH S'F NEAR CENTRAI. PAKK~
J ? I I furnished Rooms with or without Board ; terms #?>
per ween.
4>.?|' i a ST lira ST.-A Lady" ftUHM TO MElT
_jOJ.a gentleman whe would a*sl?l her In furnishing a
house; one that would like a pleasant home lor lilmaelt.
?JIM LEXINGTON AY.-FURNlSHKa ROOMS TO
Ol Jirl, with Hoard; references required
"? riiTATf Foul? will list, with ioXSS*
?'\Seennd floor, hsndmmely lurnlshed. on Lexington s?.'
near ">7th si. to rentleman and wife or four adulta; ruler
cuces. Address M ADISOJI, Herald*>ffice
SCOTtUI I.AI?Y WISHES ("INK OK TWO
children, 3 to .S jeara old. to Honrd, with a mother'!
euro 371 West .'2ii at
I ELAND'S S n' UT EVA NT III >USE.-R( K > MS. WITH
J Board. lor the winter, $;! .**> per day and upwarj; desira
ble Milts ol Itnoms for families.
liOAItli \N1> WANTED,
l (iKN'TIjf.M AN* AND WIFE Wisfl A SECOND OB
aVtlilrd floor front Room. I? a prlT ite American famllv.
Ninth ward: atato lull particulars and lowest price por
mniith. Address W. M EI'll KN. Herald office.
Board wanted IS private? family; fitr
adults; four Rooms, lire and (as; be.ow !WHh st, and
;iti and nth *?s; price *I7I? per month , reference*. Address
BOARD. No 2 till IIV.. lle| irtment buildings.
iiuakD Wan riuT-tb k oi&il.kma*. wiVil
.Ijnorsc nnd three children, t-nder Ore year*; two cooil sued
Booms; private family preferred; between 2'ith and 4<ith
Ms ; #H?> per nioiith paid promptly. Address, with fall do
tails, JOUN WlLMOS. bo* I'll Herald office
IKiK OKNTLEMAN. WtFE. M li.-l. AND IE FART?
JT Two communicating Rooms, Ac.; rentral locution; not
I e\ceedln? $110 per month; leading references gl\en. .-end,
i confidentially. lull particulars to ADV.tMTAUEOUsLY,
| Herald office.
\rr anted*-wTtii ""boardT byokntleman and
TT wlfr. .in nnltirnlshed Room, oxci'pt carpet. In good lo
eatlon. Address, statinir tnriu-, which must be low, E. K.
t' , bo* 17N llerald office.
It* ANTKI) ? Til KI K Ynr.Sil OENTLEMI-N DESIRE
TT one douMa and ??no single bedroom, connecting. with
brnakiasf only. Address, stating terms, itc., N. W. A CO.,
box IH? iiaraid ofllce.
W-VNTKD-BY TWO SINGLE OhNTLKAIK*N. IUiVkT)
IT In a prlrata lainily, hetiseen 14th and ,H>)tli Ms. .ind
?Itu ana 7tu a?a ; around L'lilon aquare preferred. Addtesa
1. A. la. llerald olBee.
U'ANTKD-A IIAND-OME1.V rVRRiiMED FKOMT
Kinim In hoiiae krpt by lady lirlnu alone; prlrate table;
no other boarders. Audresa .Mrs. W.,bo\ iHt Herald L'|>
tuwti Branch.
11' VNTED-1S AN' AMERICAN FAMILY. BOARD
TT for a ulrl 15 years old; west side. Address K. I'. SAW
YhR. llerald ofllce.
\ 1 * \ NTf' D ? BY TWO LADIES, I."a1> AMD SF.EVAXT,
TT a .Second Floor, with Board; te;tns Jia'i a month ; rel
?rem-es enhanced. Addreaa, with lull particnlart. li. D.
S.. Herald Uptown office.
IITAXTKD BY A rOUNO OEXTL MAN aFToEtV
TT lurnlshed Room, wltn Hoard. In a small faintly ; piieo
must be moderate. Adttress, atatinc price, J. II. II., Herald
1 ptawn Hraneli offire.
liOtELg. " ' ''
ALwa \ 8 uitk* - KiiASfRTt?k r u< < -ou > kw
Kpiiuki irt *n<l NViMiatu iln. ? Rooms, .W.V., "?0c.; gentle*
nifii, f<%ioih?A.
i T NKW KNOLAKD HOTEL?LCiDcilXii.S ; J00
^VligUl tt*p%r*ia Kootnt for Kenilfliiion only. 4;ornr? Bow
ety
KITSF.M. TIOUSK. 8<*. 40. 42 AND 44 WI-AT MTU
at ?Rooms, with Hoard, en suite or singly; liberal
lerins to permanent parties
IlEYEKE HOUSE. EUROPEAN FI.AN, flOU AND'MW
Vttroadway. cnrtier Houston st.--Open all nlfht; two
iarire reetanrann; single lioons. 7Tic. snd >1 p<-r day;
double Rooms $1 M) and f'J perdsy, sln^l" Room, by the
week. lo $?>; double Ksanns, #s ?,,
1'INOI.EE IIOI.'SE. UNION SOL ARE.?OK.AT HE
tion of price* lo femUies and siiifle <en|l?meq; tran
sient $.1 por da/.
crtN
Oducl
WlNE.s, Mitt OK*. M .
tirctE \Ti* EXuAiodsit. iuiih inrcfuXfi
/Cla-'ts. In anarts. pints ana rasks.
VICiTOH K. M Al'UKK, 110 Uead* it.. New fork.
PIANOFORTES. ORCi.VXS, ?VC.
A ?Vint UK ST. IPKliiHT, bOl'ARE AND ORAXD
ilil'utio# r?l our o<vi> tiiua, also f?>r tilt and rent, a num
ber ul'fine second hand Ptau >s. In I'f'ect order.
W.M. KN'aHI'. A CO.. No. It'JMh av., abuve ??.
A ataiiiWi bUt th octatb ?o*bwood~~wixi5
?*Ys?r Pianoforte lor sale. rust fii.nO. '<tr brillUul
Iniifil fivriiiwijr t'iftiiv f?r 9I.V); Blrnl, t'nir, Mnnf t'abi
?-t ; But lor shipping, Ac. (Jail hi private residence 120
Waal J. 14 ik. ncur titli av.
y lot <>p kTscondh a x i) puxoroihii. in
.'Vtloroug'i order. fur sale at moderate prlees: aim Piano
I irtes to ???! ul our own manufacture. By CH1CKERINO
.V: ^ON>, I? all ii .-ru,-r i*tli il.
ALARtYK. EI.EUANT .STOCK OK PUNOH XOW
offered. RAltMOKK's Warernunis, :MS ilieecker st.
Low prices, flin. flj). * IMi.
4 I.AR'iF. STOCK OK tl'RIOMT AND SgtABK
xY Planus, fl;'5 ii;'want; rent $4 monthly; double rved Or
;?? T- K. Si III l.fcK. atl East i4?h at.
AtiOUO PIANO. A !?<<? K!X(T Oil. I AN. LOW.
J. BIDDLK. 19 Wa.erley placo. Daar Broadway.
\ r SACRIPICE \Iai;NIKICKN'T~7 l-:t Kl'LL CARVED
1 V< .'bickering Pianoiortr. Siool, Corrr. out #050 laat
August. Iiir (105. Call residence, SO Kant Dili st.
A?r?r woke wood" piano to hekt (.1 per
month an>l upward : Instalmentstaken. OOLDsMITH'S,
111 lilrrrker ?t., near Bowery.
4 LA D Y~t 1" A VI Si.7 T W O KLROANT 7'? OCTAVE
./Y fn??nml four lounl genuine Steinway A Sou'a Piano
tortes will ??!! either for less than $.'?*> fall at private res
idence 47 West ltHii at., between 5th and (illi avs. Box for
shipp^n*. _ ^
BIRUAIXH 7 OCTAVB, PULL ROUND, EL.EOANT
?a?e, $125; 7 1-3 octave, nearly new. $1?I5: Organ, WO;
pa ?XX ilUBDON A HON, |S?ull4liiik
|? 4KUAIMH tiN M r.if nt or BBMOVAL,?UPRIGHT
.IJnnd Minare Pianos lor cash, iriatalrcents or rent voiy
low HtsTTj*' war?ruvn>a, 7*? Broadway, corner 10th at.
Buy yocr pianos and ukuans at the ka?T
lorjr and save 25 per cent. Vou can alto nee the mate
rial ut-eil in Uxl class Inatritmenta; montliiv paviren!*.
KlLLINOfc A WIlEBLuCK. '>4 vVest iUth nt., roar of
Mat
ml OROAX.-Xiw; OBAND AMD WW
V/'Tlnl 20stoj> Organ; all Improvcmenta. DAVIS A HON,
: 1 DnwnlMf it.
C Ili'.AT INDUi'KMKNr FOlf r VSII ? NEW AND
V.Xsccond hand 2'lanos at FISC1I Kit's, 4'Jll to 420 We-t
2Htb >1.
Kkanich a ~baoiiT "
Orand, huuara and I'prlnht Planofortaa; warcroomt
N?a. 211 and 243 Kaal 2 d at.
IliulieHt uw?r<l at the Outunnlal Kxblliltion; a few
second liand Planoa, ulmoit new, ol our own lu-iko, ou
baud.
PIANOS. LABOR ASSORTMENT: r?nT,#4 I'PWARD;
to tell, $>V) inward; eaav term*. MKUItKLL'r', 8 I'niiu
square.
x7k" PI A XOi AND UKUAN8' (ALL KINDS) TO RENT
?Jt "and fur ?ale, on caay paviuouta, ?14 and upward. S. X.
BALL A DO., I.'i Laat 1 Hb at
$?m/\"povvFrkul nkw uprksiit anusquare
^?/UiPlauiiti Kaetory. lHil Blaecker; waramom*. *10
Broadwar- L'.MTKD STATKS PIANO COMPANY.
MI Sit'A i,.
t N EBTOaYKS I.AIIV, OK PitAl'TI 'Ai. KXPI'.
^."TLrl?'C-, an necoinplialu-d to a!lat, reccivea pupils for
piiinofnrte and vocal culture: .flu per quarter- biglieat rei
? rencea C11 A NTH l.'.->K, Pu?t .iflu-o box U.H74.
y. conservatory oFHciic,"
.A Ka?t 111h at., aecnnd dour eaat 5th av. (Incorporated).
OROANIST.?WANTED, BY A tOtWO MAN. A SITU
ation us oriraniat in a church, at a moderate salary.
AJilroa W. ItOBI'.KTS. 17ll llu lroaii av . Jersey City.
PROKKSSOR lirD^ON HAS RKSI.'MKD HIS PIANO
and litis nR lesaona. Addreaa 05 5th nr., entrance corner
1 Mh it.
T" A LBN T BI) L AD X PIANIST oTvk'b "XesBONhTaT
vary reduced prlcea. Mino. LOlTISK. 54 (treat Juliet at.
WANTKD a 10UNU LADTTO ri.ATPlANOi OALL
VT at 1M0 Weat :<2d at.
~ FURviri iti.. "
A KAKE (ffifA Nil K. ? I' A S B K S K K N Til IS DAY ' AT
private realdence 1-1) Weat 21d at.. Household Kurnl
turo lor aale. *ix.I'.lek'ant Parlor Suit, 14 pieces, eovered
in satin, coat $1,2i*>. lor f;<.*i(i; one do.. 9125; Tur?l>h Hulta,
Sf."s<> and .f 100; rep and plu^h Mills. f-'K' and IF50; inlaid end
Rllt blank walnut Kedster.ds, Drcsaing I'asea, Bnreaua,
Wasliatanda, Wardrobea, lialr mid aprlue Mnltresaea, Pil
lows. Bolaters, Ac., Diniui; K'urnitura, Kxtenaion Table Bnt
fet. Chaira. Silverware, ('utlery. Ac ; all at it bargain. N.
B.?An cleKaut Planofurle at balfcoet.
All tub" new and desirable stylus ok
Furniture uml Carpels, lit OhORilfc; A. CLARKE'S,
747 Broadway, for cash or on liberal terms of payment.
SACBIK1CE7-K(ill saY,kT m.Tonipicknt SATIN
brocade Parlor Suit, nearly new, for$l2'i; one do., #75;
one do.. $;)P; rosewood Pianuftirte, $^0.?; handsome Bed
room Salts, Matirns4?a, I I 1'arpeta, Mirrora, Curtaini. Li
brary. Dining Kuriiifure. cheap lor cash. Call at 61 Weat
24th si., between 5th and ilth avs.
(Tentlkman dkcli nTnu iioi;sekkkpi.nu will
sell the entire Household Kiirniture live story brown
stone residence in lot't ? suit, vis.Parlor, library, oliaiu
ber and illnlnjr room Suits; two satin pallor Suits; one lor
$175: do., Vl2!>; rep Suits. 9^10; elaborat ? and plain Cham
ber Set*, in walnut. fVt to $150; Carpets, Bookcase, 4c.
( all residence 47 West Iritb at.
OK LOW MANUKACTURKRR' PRICES - closing
J)out Parlor, Dining and Bedroom Suits, Tab.es, Ac., at
factory. It*) Weat 27th st.
I WOULD LUCK TO RENT PCRnItIIRK POR SEVEN
hedroonis 'or an elegant browu stone. Addrsai A. B.a
Herald Uptown oltlce.
I ARUEST STOCK AND LOWEST PRICES POR FUR
Jnilnre and Carpeta for cash or liberal torms of payment
at CO\V PERTH WAIT'S 155 and 157 Chatham st. Thlr.
teen large wareroom*.
MTr>IT t'ARPKTS AND OILCLOTHS VERY CHEAP
at tba old place, 112 Kulton at. Call or aend tor explana
tory price list.
TATANTED?A SECOND HAND PARLOR 8CIT; ALHO
II an Extcnslou Table. Address, wltn prices. WALKER,
BikIm wio.
INSTRUCT*) R .
A'l.VDY OF c.XPKKIK.NCh l.N TBACfff^O Wl.sffKS
pupils in Eugilsh, French and music. Person* who have
neglected their early advantagea will be privatelv and pa
tieiitlv instructed. Address H. 11. C., box 15t? Herald Up
town Branch.
A" YOU NO KAN, PKOPIOIBNT IX XLOCUTIOX,
phonography and the Knglis'i branches, will teach
pupils at tl eir ra-idences; ralerencas; terras moderate.
Adarcaa KLOCUTIO.N. Herald office
AKKFINKD YOL'NR i.ADY. F. X P h R iT. N r KD ~Tn
tcschinc tlm English branches, music and rudiments of
Frrncli, will g.ve lessons in a respectable lamliy In ax
cllnlige for board. Adilreas TEACIIKR, 2-11 Fust ill lli st.
An expkribxobd olasmoaT and mathbhat^
leal teacher, who graduated with the highest honors,
desires private pupils: nrepares for roileRs; highest city
references. Address teaciibk, box 145 Herald Uptown
ofllce.
PAlNK'S. H2 HOWKRV; UPTOWN, 2*? 8TH AV.j
Booakeepinc. Arithmetic, Writing, t*~> each, quarterly;
Writing, $1 monthly.
-\"Ol'.S(i OBMTLKXAM "dksikks LEMON* in
1 Spatii*h; Irinivlii profe*aor preferred. Addrc** A. D?
11 urn ill Uptown Branch oltii-.i'.
eXCHANOE.
a FANCY IU.ACK AND TAN FuR WMNK AND CI
?'\ >;*r>.; will rive difference for Bagatelle Table. W., box
Ifii Herald oflien.
4 BRILLIANTOPPORTUNITY-TOR 8ALK OR KX
Aehantr. tor any Mind of Merchandise, lieautiful Opal* u(
a variety or color*; alao ether Proeioua Stone*. Addrru A.
(i. A , Herald otttt.
It!1,1.1 AllOS.
AMV.KICAN STANDARD REVEL KI LJ.l A KD TABLR,
with l?elnney'? wire cu?Mona. Indorsed by all leading
prote?ional players; extra inducementa now offered; teo
ond liatul Table* at great bargain*.
W. H. GRIFFITH A CO.. 4<i Voaey *t.
LOT Of SRClIND HAM) BILLIARD TABLES IN
periect order, equal to new. at very low price*.
II. W. CuLliKtlDhR. 738 Broadway.
cuoTifiiiu.
A -NATHAN S ULI? K-TAHLISIIMENT, :w)* Vffl
? av.. near 4th at, Tho lilj-lieat value paid for eael o(f
Clothing, Carpet*. Ac, Call on or addreu Mr. or Mr*. NA
TIIaN.
AT ri.ATTO'8 UPTOWN ESTABLISHMENT, 810 (JTH
A av , 2.1.1*10 worth ol Cast olT Clothing wanted immedi
ately, and prepared to par the hiidieat price* lor them, by
addrea.in,: Mr, or Mr*. FLAITO.
At mintz's, 248 :id av.. xkar~2oth btT, .vTpb*
cent more in raah paid than elanwliere tor cast-off Cloth
tUK. Jewelry, ttrdera atteudrd by Mr. and Mr*. Mint*.
AT lURKliT, 1,274 HROA~D\Va\T HKTWREN S2D
ami JMd Broadway pric a paid lor dtstoff Clothing,
Ac., Iir calling or addreiaing U. HARRIS, 1,274.
IT W. MARKS', lot frril AV., OPPOSITE 8TH ST.?
J\ Ladle* and gentlemen will bo i?t..nUhcl at the hl|(h
Srieea paid In ea?h for Cait-off Clothing, Carpet*. Lace*,
ewelry, Ac. Ladle* waited on by Mr*. Mark*. Order* by
mail will reeclve prompt attention.
U A Kills, 4S8 7TH AV?PAYS HMIIK8T PRH'B FOR
i.iidie-' and Gentlemen'* Caat-iiff Clothing, Caroeta;
lailio. attenuedby Mr*, llarri*.
MASON. 2.SI 7TII AV.. 1'USITIVF.I.Y f AYS THE
hlghb?t price* for cast-off Clothing, Carpet*. Furnltara,
J.
MEI0KEL, 2as 7TII AV., ABOVE 2:il> 8T. I'AYH
.the highest prlee for ladiea' and gentleman'* eaat-vfl
C otbii.g and Car,v t?. Ladle* waited on by Mr* Xlckel.
H >iA.M?r.l, PAY* ill K MuThkKT PRIOR" FORflX
tladlea' and gentlemen'* cast-off Clothlnir, Carpeta and
f urniture. ItlM 7th av., between illat and HM hi.
All'IU)ui6\.
?NO IMPOSITION: llRF.ATi ST BUSISRflH
.Clairvoyant In America. Mr*. FOSTER. 42-< tith av.,
eorncr 2flth ?t.
A
t rr
^Viav
iwsnlt*, enemiea, ioase*. nh?eiit friends, love, marriage
and death. Pay reln?ed mile** satlsMed.
.Mine. HIMIHI. Ciairvnyant. :<f>2 8tl? av.
TvKSTINY FORKTtlLD ACCURATHLY \\ ITII ThA
J/^rnnud-: tatiataction or money rclundod. Hit* M. P.,
5M-1 Hth av.
MM h UK KCYIIIKR. IiSUIVALLKD CLAIRVOTAXt,
?iiould be oonaulted on buaine**, Ih(m>?, marrliiifn litrkf
number*, drenm*; 'Hjc., #1; magnetic treatment; hat le
moveil t?? M liCTinitton av. 1
ROSA. 472 CANAL ST.. ItMVE.M.s YOUR
le llle Irom the cradie to the irrare, $1.
jtieiyicAu.
A" ?jfitk HTmcilirfhr."pi"iv?iciA?T*?5aTiiTa
? auraiuc. 14H Cliarle* ?u, bet VVixhincton ,ind Waar.
* ? MMK. IlKSTKLL. MIOWIFK g(R( R ,n4?>, SO. I
">.'d at , flr.it door troin ">tli av. Advice free.
V- UK. AND MMK. MIXDM critK ALL YKM ALK
?cixnplalnta, whatever the matter. 142 Writ tniti at.
-PR MARY VAN 1I0SKIKK, KKSIi?SXCK 188
Ka?t :ctd at , near 3d av. Advice Iree. Oall* oat.
LL KKMALK complaint* >PKKDII.Y ri'Rtl) BT
Jlr. and Mme D) KK. 47 West llttli at., near *>!li av.
DVTCK PRMt CONFIDBRTIAIa UONNVLTATIOVKs
ladie* boarded Dr. and Mine IIOTT, IHt Weat JUtk ?t.
Doctor f,mKiifs nkw mktiiod-bafk. kure
and quick: *11 ph*ee*; advloe Iree. 1.12 ha*t 12th at.
Dl{. VVIIIfKIIKAl). ."2 EAf?r .arr.l ST.. XKAK :tT)
? v.- Fvmalee treated aafe, aure and quick, for f2,'?.
/ 1 IIKAI KUkOPKANTTl WKVOVA.NT: I KLI.S NAMKM ;
VT'huw* llkeneaaea; 2T>e , .Vic. to #1. I.VJ H'e*t !Vih at.
NO FRES CKMMM OURRD. I* ALL ? A8K8 CALL
oa Dr. or Mae. WK8T. V? Ulecoker at., ae*r Broadway.
A.
A
. AMCSEMESTS.
I' j* AGLK THRaTRE. , _ ___ __
iJAGLE THEATRE. BROADWAY AXOMn si;
Froprifti'i and Manuzer. Mr. J<MHI HART
(ireit lucrtu of thl irraii'Vat rttirl'-sijuc "fl
on Jarreit k Palmor's ?
SARDaNA PALI'S.
More new stars added to the > a^-ie Star Coaipsay.
Th* lavorlte Dutch comedian. .
Mr. GKORCK S. KNIGHT.
The wonderful ventr loutiist and rolmic.
Mr. HARRY KENNEDY.
The Stockholm wonder.
Herr K\RL USD.
An entire new <>i!n of fun aud imghter. t>y John Wild.
Ilariv Richmond. l'at fiwrntr, Bradley, Sheldon, Re-d,
Kortrseue. MUs Hughes, Miu keWf, Ml*? Kl?k?. Mix
GorenDo. Mix Martinue.' Mis? Johnson, Mix (irlBllh, and
one hundred others.
; T ? ? ?
The Kanions f T The i T The Thunder.
The Grand lialiot
1h<f Kire.
To be se^n every evening ?nd arthe^rostliiees, Wednesday
and Saturday.
Trill PARK theatre wTll reopen
MONDAY. November /7.
A3 A COM EDV STAR TIIKATRE.
undnr the sole management of
Mr. II KM BY K. ABBEY. Lessee.
The Inaugural attraction will We the charming Comedienne.
LOTTA
(her flr>t appearance in three yean).
In F'r d. Murston's new Comedy,
MUSH.TTB;
OR. THE MYSTliltY OK GUILD COURT.
Foil particulars in future advertisements.
The b"X sheet wiil lis opened for (tie of seats on Thurs
day, November ail, S A. M.
\\J A LLAt'XS ~~ BOUC io \ U LT
?? M'. I.K-TKR WALLACK Proprietor and Manager
Mr. WALLACK Is gratified to announce the encasement
of tiie eminent dramalWt anil comedian, wiio inaugurated
his present sail ion witli the comedy "FOKBIDDBX Kill/IT"
as a brilliant pruiude t > Ills appearance ns
CONN.
in his relcbrated Irish drama the
Mil AUOURAU n.
The encasement of Mr.
HoUCICAULT
bolus nece^iarilv limited to :i few weeks, tho comedy
F'OKBIDDEN KU'JIT. suspended during the rmi of Tllii
SI! Al'i; It itA 1* N. will b-j resumed utter h i engagement
atier which u new drama. entitled ALL FOR IIKB, will he
produced.
EVERY NltiliT AT S,
EVERY SATURDAY AKTEKN'OOX AT 1:30,
will i ? performed
TilK SIlAI tiHEAUS.
with the original rest, including Mr. John Gilbert, Mr. IT, J.
Montague, Mr. Her'y Beckett. Mr. fe. Arnott. Mr. C. A.
Stevenson, Mr. K. Holland. Mr. Kdwlu. Mr. Leonard, Mr.
I'erk. Mr. Eytingt, Mr. Atkins. Miss Dyas. Mme. I'onisl,
MIhk lto?? Wood, Miss Josephine Baker, Mrs. Sefton and
Mis* Blaisduli, as originally reprerenicd ai WaUack's Thea
tre In 1871.
Box office open dally from <i to 4. Places may be secured
four weeks in advance.
HITCHCOCK'S THIRD AVENUE THEATRE.
Admission -Oc.. :?V.. ftOc., lie.
Everv eviuing this week at S p. M.. ?
Matinees Wsdwssdsr and Miutrduy at J P. M.,
the talented actor.
MR. W. J. FLKM1NO,
in iiobertaon's irrcat success,
Cl'STEK AND HIS AVENGERS.
N
lBLO'S li.VRDEN. BABA.
CHAl'.LI.S E. ARNOLD Lessee and Mana or
THE MOST M tGNIFICENT SPEC
TACLE KV KR PRODUCED.
THE MARVEL OK TIIE STAGE.
GRAND BALLETS.
SWEET MUSIC.
BRIGHT COMEDY.
MF.RltI.MkNT.
SCENIC
WONDERS.
Introducing Miss Eiisa Weathersby,
Mr. W. II. Crane and full dramatic
company; the premieres nnoiutus
Mllos. F.limibeth and Helena Menseli;
three premiere* and two distinct
corps <les nallets; sr. Benson Sher
wood's Wonders In Scenic Effect; Max
Maretsek's sweet music: Mr. W.E. De
verna's artistic properties Box office
open daily, to atiuo" Saturday at 1 :30.
CTH AVENUE THEATRE.
^Proprietor and Manager Mr. AUGU8TIK DALY
EVERY NIGHT THIS WRliK
Kr. DALY'S sumptuous revival of SHAKESPEARE'S
Come* y, >
AS
YOU LIKE
IT.
with Its gorgeous Woodland Scenes, Motic, Drcssee. and
Miss DAVENPORT as ROSALIND
Mr. COGIILaN as ORLANDO
Mr WM. CASTLE as... A.MIES8
and Mr. KI.SIIhR, Mr. DAVIDOE. Miss JEFFREYS.
LEWIS and SYDNEY COWELL la their successful
Skakesperian personations.
"Tho most successful presentation of 'AS YOU LIKE IT1
we have ever seen."?SUN.
"A revival of unprecedented brilliancy."?TIMES.
"Will he a pleasure and a happiness to all who see It.
HERALD.
"There is no moment when the stage ceases to be a luxury
to the eye."?TRIBL'NE.
?'AS YOU LIKE IT" MATINKE SATURDAY AT 1:3a
*#* IN REI1RARSAL for Immediate and Sumptuous Re
vival. the celebrated and very novel Prince of Wales' ver
sion ol "THE SCHOOL KOR SCANDAL."
?.?SEATS MAY HE RESERVED two weeks In advauce.
BARNt'M'S I) RE AT SHOW.
BARNl'M'S (iREAT MUSEUM.
BARNUM'S WORLD-WIDE MENAGERIE,
AT GILMORE'S OAKDKN.
EVERY AFTERNOON.
EVliRY EVENING.
FRIDAY EVENING NEXT A OK AND CONTEST
BETWEEN THE CHAMPIONS,
MAR TIN HO LOWANDR,
champion bareback carrying act rider:
CHARLES W. F'tSlf.
champion bareback trick rider.
FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP AND liOLD MEDAL.
NEW ACTS BY THE WHOLE COMPANY.
Admission. 50 cents. Children under nine rears, -5
cents. Orchestra Seats. 35 cents extra.
Doors ooeu at 1 and ft :30. Performances at 3 and 8 o'clock.
CI RAJ*D OPERA HOUSE, 8T11 AY'. AND '8D ST.
TPOOLE A DONNELLY lessees and Managers
THE GREAT SUCCESS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
Til K SENSATION UNABATED.
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN.
THE tiREA'f REALISTIC PLANTATION SCENE.
SLAVIN'S GEOKtilA Jl'lHLEK SINGERS.
a>A> GENUINE COLORKD FOLKS.
MEN. WOMEN AND CHILDREN.
Mrv 0. C. HOWARD as TOPSY
NEW SCENERY AND APPOINTMENTS.
LITTLE GRACIE WADE...as EVA
A SPLENDID CAST OF CHARACTERS.
MATINEES W EDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
GILMORE'S CONCERTS EVERY SUNUAY.
ONT FAIL TO VISIT ~"
TONY PASTOR'S MATINEE,
AT '1 TO-DAY. AT 3 TO-DAV. TO-DAY.
S_ A.N KRANCISCO MINSTRELS. | OPERA HOUSE.
AN KRANCISCO MINSTRELS. | Broadway and 3?th St.
SAN KRANCISCO MINSTRELS. Ilhe Minstrel Palace.
SAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS. | The Minstrel i'alac-.
THE CREMB DE 1A CREME OF MlNSTBbLSY,
& Side-splitting Jokes. <^.
Birch, Glorious Singing. I Thirty
WamlMild, Comic Dances. I Brilliant
Backus. Received with fcrsams | Artists.
? Every Night. ^
The funniest entertainment in the city.
MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2. SEATS SECURED
TONY PASTOR'S NEW TIIEATER?
Miss JENNIE MiiRHAN,
New Operatic Gems and Home Ballads.
MA1IVEE TODAY.
BSSIPOFP. 8TRINWAY hall.
MMR. annette ESSIPOFF.
THIS (TUESDAY). november 21. AT2P.lt
OKAND HXTKA MATINEE.
The door* will open *1 1 :I6
Admltalon, ON It DOLLAR. Secured uili, $1 SO.
MMK. ESSIPOFF will plav
beethoven'S SONATA, Opai 53,
LISZT'H RHAPSODY, Xo. 8.
CHOPIN'S Nocturi.e, Maiourka and Valie, Ac.
MOSS. ALFRED VIVIEN will play
YIEI'xTemP'S FantaUle Caprice and Wlenlawakl'*
Poloualie.
VI.I.E. REBER'S Firm Apptiruca, on which eceailon
aha will ilng
MEYERBEER'S '"Ah ! mon (III" and Ballad, by Clay.
TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY) EVKXIXO, Fifth Concert
M IIS. Lol'ISE OLIVER'S flnt appearance.
Admlmion. ONK DOLLAR. Secured wall, fl Sn, can
be *ecnr<*d nt Schnberlb* mnale *toro. 23 Uulon aquare;
Steinway*. Hurt 111 aud 1.104 Broadway.
T~UK BEST EXTEKTATnMfeNT"iN ? CITT.
AT TONV PASTOR'S THEATRE.
MATINEE TO-DAY, AT 2.
matixek to-Day, at x
Parisian varieties. i lookino fur a benjamin
ARISIAN VAKIF.TIES, The Model,. I Invaded Stndte.
lMth at. and Broadway, | BEDROOM TKOt'BLKS.
WRAXD MATINEE TO-HAY AT 2.
ALL THE leading SENXATIOXH.
h*anln[p at S, Matinee Tnexilay, Thuraday and Satnrday
nt 2.
London Stile, I Alter 10 o'clock In tha even- ( London Plan,
Hall Price. | In* and 4 In the afternoon. I Hair Price.
1U> Star Artist*. I Everything new | :>?, bourn of I.lfe,
THIS ELEOAXT TEMPLE OF AMI'S.-.MEXT preaent* a
constantly changing aucce**lon of >.parkltLir Vaudeville*,
brilliant I'muediea, wnantlonal Parrel, tantaliilnr Bur
lesque*, emotional Skoicbea. bewitching Dance*. exhilarnt
ftnif SiMiit*. liumnrona Bacatelle, choice Speclaltiea, elegant
\ari?tlei, start InK Xsveltlei, Poiai Plant qnei, comic and
emotional, by the lovellcit model* in America.
Iloldbrook and Ryan. | John Pandy. I U*m Spem-er,
Prof. Donaldson. I llorara \Ve?ton, | Oeor*e Atkiiia.
Cliarle* Seabert and all the popular tavorlte*.
Mlia Minnlo IIall. I .\ll-s Blanch Elbert', I Mlaa AliceOerard,
Llrile Finjk Mand I-rlcn, Llnle Laurie, Sarah Koland,
Emma Weiton and fltty other beautiea.
ABILLE THEATRE! 34TII ST AXD 3D~a7.
l-.venln* ft 8, matinee* Tueiday, Thursday and Satur
day at J. Crowded -ilirhily. Everybody euicer to iee our
BEALTIFl L CLASSIC \I, ART GROCPINOS,
hy twenty malehle** livlnjf niodns. A mure entranrinn dis
piay of lovWtueai it is not possible tor ilie imagination to
conceive. Tha audience wild with enthnsUnn over tbe
marvel* displayed b.v the Oreaten of Mo<Ierii Sensations,
THE M A III LLK MYTH. preceded by an olio unap
proachable lor merit and attraction.
T"HB NEW" post" 11FFICE B YVTRM
will be Inaugurated at
TONY PASTOK'h MATlNhE TO-DAY.
"ITiCT'.'KIA CLAFLIN WOOIIII I'LL WILL DELIVER
V Sier farewell Lecture, anbject, "The Prophetic Vision of
tl'e K-itnte." Olnekerlnc Hall, to-nlirht. Ticket* on *aie
111 Kraa^'ay, 23 and -i3 Union square and Ctalckerlns
llall.
Ar.oVl.li ROOMS." ~~ aRkYLE RtM)M.?.
vVI'll AV. and ?1TH ST
BiU.-Ut ANT TKKI'ItfCUORKAX ' NTKitTAlSMEXT.
OSI.Y PLACE or AMUSEMENT
Ol THE KIND IN THE CITY,
OPEX EVERY NIOIIT.
comm ENOIXO AT tl O'CLOCK.
entkaXcb ox soth si.
T~""oNV PASTOR'S THEATRE."
OPPOSITE M ET ICt> POLITAN HOTEL,
BILLY COUkTRIOUT.
The tireai, the Original Comedian.
TONY PASTOR'S MATINEE ID dat.
offiw, fenoTno AXD StlOoTlNtf ACADEMY, 010
tttli a*.?Koslnv taiiKli'. In 24 Iravina. Kenil Inr circular*.
Colonel MONSrKUY.
Rr^SBTfl AEOTilERji;
the DEAD SHOTS.
The vreateet feat* of markKntiini^lp ever teen.
TO-DAY. MATINEK. TO-DAY.
TONY PASTUR'S THEATRE.
hOAN " t oxcelst. -CHl.'Ki lT 6V iTTk HOLY
Trinlly. 4'jn ?t. and Madlnon av. j elxty.aecond Concert,
0rat of ;hi third ae?*on, nunc-day alteruoon, Xov. 2'.', at
4 o'clock. OrMlllit, Samuel P. Warren, of O race church;
vocallit. Ml** Henrietta Hatiba. Admi*aiea, '.'%c
rfiOMY PAsrixt's new" theatre,
1 OIVOStTK M^.TItOPOLI tan HOTEL.
B
is WILLIAMS
will Introduce New Anne*, sterlet and wiu'clMis
AT TUB MATINEE TODAY.
AHU?r.ME)rTB.
rr4|DirrHtXfts& 14fh sr"ANi> 5Tii aV.
XJ KI'WIS BOOTH ?i ijA.ULBT.
MONDAY. November I*). .?n,l every Ibis w?#k.
HAITltDAY M ATI NEK AY 1 ??.
:.\D* or lyons.
FDWI.V BOOTH its OLAUHF. MEL,NOTTS.
The politic will ulease take uu notice of "Ticket Speeu
lllori" and their fnl??k re;?ort* Seat* ran bo wtiir?d Hi the
bos office, 111 HriNdwftr, kiid Martens' *nusie store. I 1*?4
Hroadwey, for every pcrti' -TU? ',C1 tola woek. TOOL'S
REVENGE, k'INii LEAK ami RICHARD III. in prepare
lion.
QLYMPIU NOVELTY TH "kTCFuIT!
ooo i. v v m\i mm pppp n ccc
O Oh V Y M M M M I* P II r c
O o L YY M MM M PPPP II C
O O L Y M M M P HOC
OOO 1.1,1,1, V M V M P II CCC
NOVELTY THEATRE.
u?r hkoadwaY. <u4
COLONEL WM K. MINN Manager.
ADMISSION. 1 .'sc.. ft r.. 7.<c.. $1.
MATINKK ADMlsttlo.V. 15c., 2!>c and W.
MOKE SPECIALTY STARS ADDED TO
NOVKLTt COMPANY NU, ft.
MO.XDAY. MlVEM IIK It 30.
Keiurn of the popular favorite
^ sAM DEVERR
* TIIK AINSI.KYS. *
NED ami WILLIE,
In Songs. Duncea mid .Musical Sketches.
Also the quintessence of Dutch Kno,
Mr. PKKD WARREN.
The msny expressions of aniaaeim-nt and pi enure from
our patrons has Induced the management to re-eug ga
UANOERUS' KOVAI, JAPS.
England's Greatest SerioComic Vocalist, Mix
KATE CA8TLKT0N.
America's Beautiful 1,'liai ucter Songurcst, Miss
Ll'Ll' l)EI.MAY.
GIOVANNI.
TIIK CAWTIIUKNE8.
Master Herbert ami Little Joe.
The Wonderful
PERFORMING CANARIES,
Brilliant success of the "Mighty l-.thl'-plana."
SCIIOOLCRAI-T ANH COEa.
vbe will pr?s-m new and amusing Sketches and Interludea.
fcniiMCeniaut of the Accomplished Actress,
Minn MARION TAYLOR.
In the thrilling Nautical Urania, entitled
IIIK LOVI Sllll';
OH. LASHED TO TIIK MAST.
r=
matinees
WEDNESDAY aNI> SATURDAY.
Theatre CoMIQUE. ?h broad Mr at.
H ARRIGAN a HART proprietors
M W HANLKY Men mer
Edward Harrlgan's Romautlc Iri-li Drama IASCAIRE.
IIARKItiAN and I1AKT.
Supported by it Powsrful Cast of Characters. Edward
Harrlgan's LEVY, ol Chatham street. DANtINQ IN
THE BALLET and THE ACTOItS. hrench Twin Ms
ters. Vlctnrelll llrothers. Adah i.lchmoiid. Billy Barry.
WEDNESDAY and SATI DAY MATINEE*.
K
KI.I.Y A LHON'S MINSTRELS. I OPEKA IIOL'SE
KLLY A LEON'S MI.NSTRKbrf. ! '.'3d ?t. and ?ltb nr.
THE FASHIONABLE MINSTREL TEMPLE.
Oroat Hit I CUING CIIOW III. I Matinee
Offenbach's I CIIING CHOff III. | Thanksgiving
Opera Bonffc. | CHI NO (lllinv 111. | Day.
Terrific ttiglu of tl:e ONLY' LEON from the
DOME OK Tilfc TIIEAlRE.
BKAUTIFUL IMPORTED COURT DRESSES.
40 Artist*. "IMPERIAL JAPS." 40 Artists.
Box office open daliy I'rorn H A. M. to 10 P. M.
Bo w mi yt he atrk monday' november ao
MI,I.E. MARIE %OE
In the great Legeudarv Drama, the
AVOKL OP MlDslGllT.
MONDAY, November U7,
TIDE OP LIKE.
ELLER'rf WONDER THBATRB,
lute (Hobo, opposite New Y'ork Hotel.
? HKLLBK'S WONDERS EVERY EVENING AT a
.Magical, .Mimical. Mirthful ami Mysterious.
ROBERT H h LLKR. ROBERT IIELLER.
Prestldlpitateur. Pianist nnd llnmorist.
In bli startling series of experimental manifestations in the !
realms of
ART. SCIENCE AND NECROMANCY.
"An eveulng in HKLLEit'S WONDER WORLD is de
lightful and thoroughly enjoyable."
MlSS HELLER. MISS IIELLER,
in tbe famed phenomenal and Inexplicable wonder.
SU i'lCKN ATI'RAL VISION.
GRAND MATINEE ON SATURDAY AT 2.
Prices?Orchestra reserved chairs, #1; balcony reserved,
75c.; family elrcle. '?Oe. ; atnphltbeatre. 2ftc.
VcademT"r?F MUtoa ?
Mr. JAMBS W. MORRIS8EY... Manager
THIS MORNINO. AT ? O'CLOCK, at DECKER BROS.,
S3 UNION SOUAKK, the subscription tale will open tor the
tiRAND M Usll'AL, CONOKKS8
AND CENTENMAl, TUANKStilV1NG
FESTIVAL,
of tbe moat distinirnlahed
LYRIC AND INSTRUMENTAL ARTISTS
lu tbe United States, in conjunction with
THEODORE TIIOMas'
UNRIVALLED ORCHESTRA,
In a series of
INSTRUMENTAL AND OPERATIC
PERFORMANCES,
UNEQUALLED FOR GRANDEUR AND PERFECTION. I
MISS THURSBY and SIONOR BRIONOLI In "KaUST."
MISS DKaSDIL nnd sICNolt lli.10.NOLI in "I'sOVA- *
TORE." MME GULAOER and MR. FRITSCH In
??DINORAH." MR. FERRANTI In the "B IlllER." anil
"CRISPINO." SIGN OR BRIONOLI, in the "BOHEMIAN
GIRL." for the Drat time MME. MADELINE SCHILLER
and MME. i ARENO-SAl'RET lu the chef d'nenvre* of
LISZT. WAGNER and CHOPIN. DR. GUSTAVE SAT
TriR and MR. S. B. MIL1.S in their UNAPI>ROACUA>
BLB PIANO FORTH FANTASIAS, and
THEODORE THOMAS'
tiRAND ORCHESTRA
IN A REMARKABLY BRILLIANT PROGRAMME.
?.?THE ONLY MUSICAL AND OPERATIC SENSA
TION OF TUB SEASON.
V The FESTIVAL will be divided Into THREE PER
FORMaNCKS. vis. Monday. November il; Wednesdsv.
November J#, and Friday. Oecember i. Reserveo seats,
91 Boxes. ?H. #S and 910. The sale for slncle nights
will open on Thursday, November 31. at tbe Academy.
rNY PASTOR'S NEW THE ATRB^
opposite tbe Metropolitan Hotel,
THE VAUDEVILLE IHEaTRE OK AMERICA.
^ -At A?~? n
i-MAl IN EE TO-DAY. T " T MATINBB TO-DAT. I
tllE LEADING ARTISTS^ O? THE PROFESSION
appearing in a Magnificent Programme.
DEN TliOMPSoN.
in III* great character of
JOSHUA WHITCOMB.
The theatrical ptnlesslon are respecttully Invited to wlt
nesa this great piece el character acting, pronounced by
press and pnbiie to be the flneet ever seen in Ihls city.
First Appearance ol First Appearance In
Ol'RRY AND FOX, New York this season ol
tbe Great Gymnasts. WILLIAM COUKTKIGHT,
tbe Ureal, the Original Comedian
HARRY BLANCHARD. HARRY WOOD.-.ON,
the Ureat Donbls Voiced Vocalist. Cosnedian.
T Great lilt. Immense success.
THE WILKINSON BROTHERS.
| THE BOYH OF MULLIOAR.
fJUS WILLIAMS. Miss JENNIE "mO^OAN,
In Hew Snnn anil Wittielams In Na? Oneratle llama
rjMIE GREAT NEW YORK AQL'aKII'M.
BROADWAY AND 83TH 8T.
OPEN DAILY FROM 0 A. M. TO 10 P. M.
A BEAUTIFUL EXPOSITION
OF THE OCEAN'S WONDERS.
MONSTERS Txi) MARVELS.
KINOIYO. OB TP.IPLE-TAILED FISH.
THE BARE SPOTTRD CODLINO.
ACTINIA, OR SKA CARNATIONS.
UNICORN FISH AND THOUSANDS OF
NEW CURIOSITIES. AMERICAN ANGLER.
WHITE WHALE! WHITE BASS! SHARKS!
TBOriCAL PLANTS, CLASSICAL STATUARY.
ALL THE USUAL ATTRACTIONS.
DELIHUTFUL AFTERNOON AND
EVENING CONCERTS,
DIRKCTKD MY 1IAKVKY B. DODWORTH.
G RUMANIA THEATRE.
AO. NEUBNDOBFV Director
TUESDAY. November 3t [??Tentli Snbacrlption Night),
J)IK RfcLKGlRTEN STUDENI'EN,
I'oraady, In four *0111. by llenedix
Bo^fflce open dwtljr Irom S till 4 o'clock.
C~CRBY AND KOX.
J the Unrivalled OrmniMta.
TONY PASTOR'S MATINEE TO-DAY.
"^MERICAN INSTITUTE"
FottTY-PIFTH GRAND X \TIOKAL EXHIBITION.
lb* Board of Manager? hare <lee;d -d to keep tha ExniM.
tlon open till
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23.
3d and 8d art., between I'M and n4th at a.
AdmlMioD, ~3e.: children, 13c.
TUB BOYS OK MUM.INOAR.
THE WILKl.N>O.V BROTHERS,
In new IrUh Sucrlalllei.
TONY PASTOR'S M ATI NEK
TO DAY. _ _ TO OAT.
A BERLKS' TlVolit IHEATHr, ~
A Km ?l . between 2d and 3d art.
AMERICA'S OWN Ml SIC PALACE.
THIS WEEK, OrimS llallet on.i Vnrleljr Tronpc.
Cerl! Im C.mipie nud family Wentworth.
Ac1ml?i<m,-'!> centv Saturday Matinee, lOcenta
AKKY BLANUIIARDT | IIABBY W<SOMOX,
Ilia gram Doabla Voiced Vocallit | Ethiopian Comedian.
TIIK HKNNKTTS,
CliitMtr Artl?i?
TONY PASTOR'S MATINEE TO-DAY.
H
(>1 WORTH OF CHOICEST SONUS FOR tJ SOL?
?PTrV/* World ot Souk," tlilt day publlahad, eoMatna nearly
1W aonga anil ballad*. all of which are irema anil the tnoM
popular ?l Mm day. ills tta?t> full miulc alt*. A marvel nf
beauty, ebeapneaa and el"K?n'<\ Flit'- fct .'hi, aont roatp ?I<L
DITSOS ft CO., 711 )lr?a<lwat.
Tony PASTOR'S NEW THEATRE.
THE O.N 1.Y MA rINliK IN TIIE CITY TO-PAT.
M* VtiLDA HERON ON THE " *
WARPATH.
W a KNiXI.
A ?nlt of $IO,miO aow penrtlnif mtalnut the infringement
ol my copyright 01 my piny nf "Camilla" will. I trust, ue
?uBleieni ndmonitlou to all otlnT brain atoalera.
MATH.OA IIERON. Malaon llleiielieu.
cornar :*?th at. and Lexington ay.
/lOLl'MlUA OPERA IIOUKB.
\J cori.er of Orfnwlch i\r. and 13th at.
UOUSJIS CROWDED TO I HE O0OB8.
Flmt week or tha GUAM) DCCUBS*. aim YoUNO LA
DISS' PASTIME Af UiXQ BRANCH aud PARIS HY
NIoHT; <>r the (I.VTKTltrt OF MAHlLLK, together wilh
an entire new Mutational Vnriotv Ollw Ivy a Aral claaa
irutt pe <lf alar artntv acknowledged to bo at lb? head of tlia
pr.lraelon. Kvery evening hi S. MatlnaaaTuewlaye, Tbura
daya and Satard.iya at 2.
Tony pastor ~~
will Hint 111* Latent Cumle Siinza
AT THE MATIN KB TOlivY.
QAttSE'n SOlMEE NKXI' Wi.Il.NKHDAY RVE.MNII
Oat Hriroen imli, 131 l.aat i*th at. CLASSES Weilnee
i.ay and Saturday evenluga. _____________
JOSilCA VutTCOMB, _
tha Old Jaekaon Democrat,
TONY PASTOR'S MAT IB EE TO DAY.
??yLAK2~iHiiAijik. ~?
MaTageV" Ur- SHEHIOAS SHOOK
Mr. A. M. PALME*
Every *?entng, axrept Saturday. Meisra. Km A Belot'e
powerful domestic drama. It, Ave w,, ,a,:tto4
MI?S ML'LTON.
el"^"? ?=???? fr?ni the brush ef
?nr. it. .warston, And hi* music by Mr Tis.lnirtnn wHti M
furuiture ami appuintmonts^ahd Dm following cut
Maurice de Latnur. a Parisian advocate u, i/vw-n
o.^r?.:u,?,IOU phx.ic,;r^\^Virv,^l
Pant .1. L-tour (.gad l? v^r's' ^ LaT.J
Mmliill d.V Um 'ISK'*1"-'* h,r* ?u ??'" veart.*'* ?rrl*
Mathilda de l.atour i wile ?t de Latmirl. Ml.s i.'
Arabella Osborne. *pin?:er (>l>tar to tha Uocturj
Jane da Latoar (aged lSjMn)
K.?v ,h n <H" l!r" ?P?"~?ne. k^i'-m>m U,M?
Kitty. the Doctor ? servant jjjl,, o-i.....-,
l<oui?e, Madame da Latour's maid Mlu Helen Vincent
Poor patienta. children, te., Ac.
Every Saturday afternoon. at 11*1,
Matiuea per.'ai m tnce of
p . - , , ^ISS MCLTOU.
Every Saturday night.
aotil further notice, will be repeated
(by general roqile.l)
this company'*. uurivalled peilormanee of tha
TWO tilli'li AN."1.
Brooklyn theatre. ~~
Lessee. and Managers... Me?m. SHOOK Jt PALMER
Engagement for one weak oi ilia inimitable comedian
.IUI1X r. RAYMOND,
who will appear every night during tha week and at tha
Saturday matinee in Ills tvuiiderinl impersonation of
... .. COLONEL ShLLEBS.
Ml?? KATHERlXh KOi.KKS .as. LAL'RA HAWKINS
,>/\C,Xul.r:h. Ur,eu * Palmer's Unions .11 LI OK CiK-AR
?s ?S?vuA.L i ?.? .Vf'?*.? LAWRENCE MAItKKTT. E. L.
O \ \ KM I'KI, I. II. V\ A it UK. and <<ll.er*.
BOOTH'S TM8ATRK. LAST NI(!UTS.
lessees and Manager!
"A?T WEEU HUT ON I'. OK SAKDANAPALUS.
Attention !? re?pectfn!ly I _
called to the obligations of I ??_
the management to diseon-1 FIFTEENTH WBEK.
tlnne the representation* of | Last weekbut one.
SAKDANAPALUS in this! SAKDAN'AP ALUS li with
city after thTTTitb consecn
t.ve performance, which will | Ar.rlcl',a The'^HnTwH
be L-iv?n .... MiTiiun i v I submitted with deep respect
i>*?n ?n SATURDAY t? that portion of the ootu
? - I innnity who believe tha
evening of next weok. De- i thr.tre 1. dignified, and it?
camber 2. | "T'?t" iK'r^le^
Tha sreat"spec7uc'a WILL fLuu^,. ^dTt'irU^l'ng
Pf>SITlVEI Y UK with i l" ,0 * resn't
runiiiiBi/j UK nITIl-|a* the record of orer ON'l
I.BAWV r J * IHONORBO CO.NSKt *
UK AW N on that date, and I T1VE PKKFOKM ANCB.H
...k 7? j, witnessed l>.v TliKKE HU.nJ
??ibsequently be presented in | I)i<Kl> thousand PEO?
all It* maznincence at the I ?_
BOSTON THkTtRE. |
"ONES-Buoru8: :7^..; v. .8^RD A. mavrrh?
?? THE NEW GRAND ITALIAN BALLET
"KA0KAjIE^K;Hn^:?rkiS5,iK,!;ii',,s
lUu l?f'r5f?^ ??' firit time ,n thU theatre'. E
il'OAR. especially engaged; to appear aa
The production will be remarkable for the distribution of
characters, heiintv and elaborateness of (cenerv, noreltr In
?n<l correctness of appointments and cos
t line*. The whole forming one of the irraudeit and most
strictly legitimate Shakospearlan revivals yet presented on
the American stage. r ?
Billiarda " -
DELANKY'S NATIONAL GRAND TOURNAMENT.
A ?.v> mill ? ?? ?(^,'U ,n 1',"ur C",,, I*r'*es.
.,.i Billiard Table to the player making the best ren.
eral average at Tammany Hall. "
on TUESDAY KVKNINO, November 21, at 8 o'clock.
A. li A UN IKK va O. SLOSSON.
_ m. daly v?. j. shakker.
Ladles accompanied by gentlemen admitted free. Admla
slon. ..Oc., reserved seats. Ci.
fpONY PASTOR'S NEW THEATRE. "
x matinee to day at x
matinke to-day a a.
PhiLdelohl* Amanmenti.
OOLOGIUAL GAKUEN, FAIRMOUNT PARK. PHHa
adeiphla.?Open dally. A large coll. ctlon of living wild
i<qa?ts, birds and reptiles. Admission. JSe.; children, 10c.
"IT IRALKY'S ALHAMBRA PALAOK.
JV Inaarvratioa or the Winter Seaaon,
A?6.rN-^"6ry?g;'B~,*o"ar'ifg't*f^g|~
The grundeiit cutertMinmcnt In the city.
PHII^KLniLA VL'HEL'M, BTH AND ARCH PT8.
UNCLE TOM'S OA BIN, HOBHY NEWOOMB A?
ORPH ANS. E 8INUBRS- Matinee?, THE TWO
~ BAliClSe AC ADKMj?i^ =====
A-mXEs- Ki'.ximMYTTf* DAi?c^1sr?wlS2Xlc6e:
ioi ci^cuUr C*n ** tU^ir conveQieoce. Send
LLEN piiDjrOKTHTd DANOIifO SCHOOL,
lemoYod to No. 6H5 5th ?v., now op<*n for the recentloa
or pupiln. For piirticaliirii send for circular.
A-OART1EICS I)AXoING AUADhMY, PLIMPTON'S
? Hulldlng, btuvvosant and l?th sts. New elssaea now
lonnlng; private lrs?ons; gllne specialty: .soiree Mondays.
BKOaV|K,h-r f.M N('^?'ACADSmT. ?H1 BR JOME ST."
All the fuahionable Dances In one c<iurse of lessons
-i l#,',',on" ?nu ??? ttken privntely and no extra
eharire from clans prlpet. easra
T^^ASTKK OUMAR'S J privatb danoi.no
r.*eadewy, J4 ffeit 4tb at.?Ladies', gentlemen's and
children a cla???.; six dances taught perfectly in six prlva ?
l??"ns; walti. glide w lit* specialties: P"?a ?
Diamond s danc'N'rschooT.,~anrlphi buTld
Ing, .Broadway and 52d st.; the atit reasonable an4
sanslactnry arrangemantt ever offered.
IflERNANDO'S DANCING ACADKMIE8, 5STH rr..
r comer 3d av. (bank bnlldln*!.?Kor circular addre^
Irivate Academy, !S7 East Awk.'RL Private leuona any
hour. Reception Thnr?day?; tnHlatlons issued; no ad.
mlitance without being presented with my lignatnre.
J. KERNANDO.
HLAhKO S ACADEMY POR DAMCINgTT.WBROAD
way, ( lasses for ladles . gentlemen and children.
CAUSE'S DANt'lNG ACAlJBMIES 114 EAflT 19TIT?
PR^VVTK* LeAsoVS5*"' 54t.h "?* forming!
East Uth! "ujr boar- CIRCULARS. 212
WATCIIKN. jfiWKLUV.
AT 77 BLHKCKKK ST.. NEAR KROADWAl%-MO.\BY
advanced on Diamond*. Watches, .lewelryTic.; also
S!? k? #* Tickets bought ol Diamonds. Watehe*. tc. 77
4 DVANt'KS.-$73,030? A1 VALUABLES. DIAMONDS,
i\Watch?*. Jewelry, Silverware, Sexlafcina. Ac., bought,
?old and exchanged. Lo?ni eltncUil. Katabllshed 1H66.
J. II. BaRRINOEK, 73.% Broadway.
OK BIT OX DIAMONDS. VCR*. AC. | DIAMONDS'
Watche*. Jewelry. Silverware. eamol'a balr Khnwls, ?eal
Sacqn?>. MufTa, Kilk, Ac., bongbt, and ?old back at a verj
mil all ndvauce. UKOROE C. ALLEN, Jeweller, 1.101
Broadway, n??t 2tuii n.
E
' THE TRADES.
A n~knAine'ek who -pjiu'kiisfA8'bs *Ht? TO
/\ne? wanta a situation. Addreas ENOINEEK, box 223
Herald office.
A"dkauoiifilln ro rmaiThine r y. thorough"
Ij iiTlcrstnudinif hi* bualne??, wmit? a situation; wages
n<> object. Add:eaa E. K. MILLER, 401 Benefit ?t., l'rovt
donee, K. I,
0TCI1K K WASTE I) I MM EDIATBLT-A TOOJia
m<vn who thowaghly underatands the business; no other
tired apply. Nil. I .">lh a*., South Brooklyn.
^NOKAVKK?OENKIUL~ wants" A SITUATION.
Kddrea* M'tH'SMAV, Ilerald office.
TO PRINTKRS ?A JOB AND BOOK COMTOHITOR
want* a situation; wanes low. Address K., box 171
Herald office.
W~A~NTED?A FIRST CLASS METAl. 81'TnNER. AD
<Jre?s box IJM Poat office. New York.
W'ASTKH-TWO " ClOOD I'KNO1L CASK ~MaKERS:
T1 tlmae itcrnaiutiiea to pining np; none lint competent
workman need apply, from ft.S to iu A. M., Mtt Broadway,
New York.
VV"antki>?a hTlvb* polisher on lathe
H mu?t lie well raeoninienderi. ROIiBIMi, BIDDLB J
CO., 1.124Chestnut at., Phiiadrlphls.
A ? TED?GOOD SI HI KM AKKKS. 748 OTiFaV'TTUK
tween 4'Jd and 13d ?t?.
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TBEBIZOND.
[From tl?) London Globe.]
Tbe Vice-Cousulsr report from Treblzond Is not with
out interest at thta moment, when tho Black Sea and
t? shipping aui commcrco ara ao gravely threatened
onoo more by Russian ambition. Trobix'ind la on* of
tbe great outlets by which suppliea are carried noi
only to and Irotn Astatic Turkey, but to nnd from tlx
Persian dominions. its commercial condition hsi
suffered severely, aa mnat Inevitably bare been th>,
i itc from tbo financial default ol Turkey, and from th>.
division of traffic, caused on ths one hand by tbii
opening of tbe Sues Canal, and on th>'
other by tho favor shown to tbe net
Kusalan route. Accordingly, the exportation ?
silk from Persia through tbo port did not attain in 197i
nail li<e value ol the preceding year, and tho dacreaw
represented liy tho fulling oil amounts to JUT,000. Ii
Anatolian exports there is a general decrease o.
1-iK.OOO. On tbo other bsnd, however, it would Im
absurd to suppose tnai i ha trade of frebixond la In ?
hopalaas condition. The ilritlsh Vice Consul takes a
gloomv view ol tho pneiuon, but tho itatistica In
cluded in nix report loll n Isle ol lar from desperate
resources. Tlie tobacco exports, for instance, from
Persia buvo increased in vaiuo to tbo total of ?10,000,
wliile Asiatic 1'nrksr can boast an lnorease ol
JW.iiiO in "tiftiik" or "Ulltek," for whieb
Croat ilrltaln la tbe only customer, taking
no Imh a quantity than C.000 bales, valued
nt ?7'i,000. On tho whole, considering "tbn present
deplorable condition of the country an regards toads,
and turning to account He latent resources," the ex
portation* keep up in a measure that could baraly b<*
expected sudor tho luanspiclous inOuencas now Si
work. "If," as tbo VicoConsul ssys, "the Brxeroaa
road be kept in good repair und oraoch roads con
structed, ii agriculture bo encouraged and cheap
means of transport ilcvlsed, If laoilltie* be granted lor
tlio working ol lorcsta and mines, and if ths amount
of security required lor serious underiaklsgs Is secured
to speculators, the exportation* would soan asanas
proportions which would ooaipcnsata for ths loss of
the transit trade."

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