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TO LET FOR Bl'SIMESS PURPOSES.
Bennett building.
Fireproof.
Located on Na**aii, And and Fnlton >ti.
Kir?t Floor in let, auitaM* lor banker*', iuaurance nflleet or
lawyer*; will b# let lopeiber ur iii parta; be altered to ault
tenant* If deaired; adapted for olkee* or atorea.
lira-.011 utile rent*.
Alto tome eliei le Law Office-. to let.
AI'TLY ON .T11B PREMISES.
Take ti e elevator. Inquire for Janitor
"a RASB OPPOBTUNITY^TO LET, THR NSW I*TOU
-I v 1 - East 14tb at.. near 3th av.; reut $1,800; fixture* lor
aale at a lair valuation.
A DVBBTISB IN THE EVENING TLleg R AM ANu
M
XV.HAVE YOUR ADVERTISEMENTS HEAD BY OVER
sii.iaai PEOP1.K AT A KM ALL COST Of ONLY 30
CENTS BE It 1 INK. ADVERTISEMENTS BBCR1YEO
FROM 2 TO 260 I.I NEK.
N'F.AV lli>TEL?PL"KNI8HBD. STRAM HBaT. BLEW
tor*. Broadway, valuable corner, to leaaa. Apply office
M Aator Houaa.
JjBlVATK ROOM IN A LAW OFFIUB; LOW BENT,
ipply at room 112 5 Bfoadway.
IHH'Oll STORK AND BAR FIXTURES COMPLETE;
Xaituato earner Wa-iunqlou and Murray ata., iu ifood
Puree** lo atten; will Irnsn lor a term oi years. Appijr to
J. BALDWIN,Ilarriimi ?t.
TO LET- KOR A LIGIIT BUSINESS, A I! ANDKOMKLY
furnished Parlor il< liroom ; terina moderate 71 West
lUli at , corner oi Mb av.
TO LET OR LEASE KOIt TURK K YEARS?BUILDING
2*12 and 284 Front *t : atore, lour lo't* and basement;
eucli floor :t.> by 114; aaltable lor manufacturing purpn*e* and
itor.iKr: a 0 iinrae powar engine on prerolao*. for further
partlcnlara inquire ou premitet.
fJM> l.p.l 53 WEST HOUSTON ST.. THREE STORY
Dwell ng House. 17 room*, to let for any re?pectablo
bu*nie*s purpoae. Applv to owner for particuiara, 303 Eaat
Hdh at
$100 ?NKAR "ItOAIiWAV, 25 FOOT HOUSE AND
-tore i live floor* 1 modem improvomvut a. 23 Weat
So at
<<(|| itTIi AV-STORK TO LET. CHEAP: IMMK
v)?'J.iliatc poaaraaloo ; line been occupied ita n re*taur*nt
lor twi. } ears; pood location for any but uvea. Apply at did)
Etli av
DWELLINU fiOUSrlS TO talfi'a.
Kitl'ti
\ HKAt'TI FULLY FURNISHED MEDIUM SIRED
/V House, In Mtli at., to rent. for the winter, to a email
private family <ml> K. II LUDLOW A CO., B Fine tt.
a n klkoant large four story Bouse, fur.
i.itoed mi Madlaon av.; 23 re-1 wide; rent. $dOi per
n mil, rtMFSON A FI'.hT, 1.48S liroadway, near 14lli at.
( A < i M i"L ETKl.Y Fi: UN Is II Kit Kill It STIlltV t'oKNER
VXilouae. Lexington av : pert rent taken In Hoard
TIMI'soN A IM.KT. 1.48s liroadway, near 44tli at.
IiiljiiNWiiEri four story house, 12 rooms,
4.?t st.. between litb nr. and Broadway. rent #l."n> par
aionth. TIMI'sON A PEE I ', 1.4ss Br ndwiiv, nea. 44th at.
VTK'iTLY~"FI itNlKHKD HOUSE. S4TH ST., NEAR
1 v tb av . $1.2 A); Went 24th at., S.'.4'ai
A. D tll.EY. ft?'. Otli av.
ON 27TI1 S I. NI". A R BROADWAY -Tl AXDSOM I LY
tnrnUbed liouee to rent, $3<>ii per tnonth, tiniil l*t of j
May; everything In perfect order. Andres* HOUSE, box 1
IM liera d Uptown Ui aneli ottiee.
rpO LET-FUHNWUED Oil UNFURNISHED, A
J larrr Hire- atory House, till May, with or without
Froteatant servant* Inquire .it 221 East ISth, Ironi 11 to I.
THlh VEMM! TELEi.11AM II AS A LAltOF.lt Clif
J CI lath n than ALL THE other EVENINO
PAPERS COM III N '? D. ADVERTISING RATES ONLY
NJ CENTS I'ER LINK.
1 - LEXINGTON AV., CORNER 'JOT 11 ST.?FOUR
lutlitorjr lloiiie. lully liirniahed, tat rcspionaibla tauilly.
Apply to owner, on premise*.
II lit tl I'llOheC.
ADVF.KT1SK TN THE
EVEN! NO TKL'GKAM
O.N L1 211 CENTS Fl-.R LINE.
A
OIII; VT BARGAIN.-LEASE OF FOUR STORY
Dwellliic. ovi rlcmkiiiK Central l'nrk, and Kioro on Canal
GOLDSTEIN. 172 Canal at.,-7 to It) 1". M.
I As I' CHANCE.?HOUSES GOING. GOING, GONE!
Jitdjoiniut; l*v.\ln|riun. $1,00); perfect teiu, qT.20U;
iaiid*omelv Irewoed, $1,51X1; bur.-nin*.
Ml N/.E.MI SIMBI1. HOI 3d av.
TH> LET-127 WEST JtHTH ST.. SMALL THREE S ORY
I and Imsemeut House, in perfect order. Apply to UENI1Y
SEENEV. corner 4tli av. and 2">th at.
rllKI.L STORY IIIGIl STOOP AND BASEMENT
IImine. large yard; all modern improvement*; 17th ?t..
near Irvine place . rent moderate until May i ; will be leased
for one or more year*; fine order. Apply St. Stephen's
Hotel. 32 West IIto ?t.
rro KEN I < tit s A I.E?8 UP E RIO It BROWN STONE 1
A Hnnae MIA Lexington nr., cornor .*>2d st.: also atable; ,
house partially itirniidieU. It. ll. II.. Ill Eaat 24th at.
FtltflNHED itlNIMs A \ U APAUT.MENTS
TO LET.
A
MCK HKNI.SHKL) IttioM, ALL IMIMIOVE
tnett", oni or two gi'iulrmen. 2h Wrst i'4th Kt.
IIA.VDHOMIi FURNISHKl> FRONT PARLOR FOR
looo or two |tqittlvuit*u. 415 ? th *t., nenr 1 nt hv.
Albany afaktmknts. k rooms, klkoant
carpets, new furnliur*. Apply to janitor. 51?t *t.
AT 123 WI'.ST 20TH r*T . VERY COMFORTABLY
afurnished Room, with largoclutlies closet, without board;
private lamllv.
A COM!? OIU'AHI.Y FURNISHED ALCOVE UOOM.
Ar ""
gvfor out or two, with ur without Hoard; terms low. U4H
Id nv., n-ar ."SHli ft
A
on l?r?t ??r Neond tloor can be xuitcil by cAlliug Ml 33
tuyvrsmnt St., ju?t cast of t'oopcr Institute.
4 N KLE i 4 NT S BOO Ml FLOOK, KIT UN IS H ED, IN A !
private family, for light tiotiftu keep lug; hue nil the mod j
rrn improvement*. 22it Fast 30th st. ;
4 WIDOW LADY. LIVINo ALONE IN IIEU OWN
JLjlIio ;ne. ha* a handsomely furnished front Room to lot. to
a ceutirman willing to pay tor tirst class accomodation. 139
Wept :i~d n.
N ELEGANTLY KCtlNiatlED PABLOK FLouR
lVo lot; private bath; *Uo hinglo Booms. 31 East Altb
, near Broadway,
LARGE FIT RMS TIE I > FRONT AND HALL ROOM,
Lto ^tMitletucn. in private family, 332 West 23d si.
ML ELY H'RMSHKD IlALL BOOM. $2 FEB
Lvreck to gentlemen ; private house. 332 East 14th st.
?iKY NICE Fl* NI.S1IKI) ROOM TO Lfc'f, WITH
tout board, to cent lent en only, injmmto family; teiuis
v,...',- i. -? \v'? ,# ? ???,? e
tumh-ra'e Apply In? West 23d st.
* I- 1 VATK FAMILY WILL LET TO OENTLKMEN
A i
iA. handsomely furn.shed Room*. en suite or singly. r> 1
W est Itkll st.
t PRIVATE FlMlLY WILL LET TWO ROOMS;
A''<>Hre in the morning If cieaired. S3 East 33d ,t.,ouc
5oor enst of ?indi.on nv
I'ltl V '. I'E F A.VI ILY WILL LET TWO NICELY
. lurnisln-d I.num.; brown .ton. house. 2H1 IVffd 2,d HI.
I PRIVATE FAMILY WILL LET SOME NEWLY
A and li.ml-i nirlv InrtiisheU Room*, without board. to a
{ri i Inui.ii nnd ? ito or in single gentlemen ; bouw und loca
tion lir.t class IV est 111*1 st.
A?vi we .t 2ht i i sr.-n mkahle rooms, hand
.somrly furnished, on second and iu.nl Moors, tixcellen
svcommndatioii..
/ A H K A P.?-417 EAST 1ST tl ST.. FOURTH FLOOR.
\ neatly luruishcd, singly or en mile, to gentUimii or
11oht ho -sekcrping: ?l?o nice Rooms. At 41 S;. Mark's j
pmce. lien; Icnien only
/ to M FORT A B I.K FURNISHED ROOMS-LIOIlT
hou?ek ?eping il desired: term, moderate; pleasant lo
cation. JS!> Thompson, near M usliingmii si|uare.
T Nl'.flRAIII.F. FUKMSIlhD ROOMS FOR GF.N
i 'llrinen, wp.hou' board, In lirat class house. 34 West
'.'Dili st F-xccllent uccoin elation*.
LMUt i.E.vlLKMKN ?SECOND FLOOR PLEASANT,
f handsome Rooms, en suite ur singly; private house
21 tl East 17lli el.
EM llMsllKH. SQUAR ROOMS; ALSO HALL ROOMS:
I L-entlem-n only; turnltnre new. 14 Ka.t loth St., ucar
i ilfanr'a.
"Lii NIS'lED FRONT ROOM-FOR GENTLEMEN OR
J house,repine; moderate price; next Union Square
Hotel I'd I nioii .qua o
>[U'KNISI1E!> ROOMS, WITHOUT HOARD FOR SIX
gle gentlemen or gentlemen arid wires; no obje I Ion to
ligm lion eker pin?; near Central Per* and Derated
read: reference*. Ilu7 West >m! si.
Handsome furnished rooms to let. with
llre.kf ist. lor two gentlemen. In private .Tewl.lt family.
I all a'ler 4. 31 Park nr., between Moth end 3fttb st*.
Has primely furnished front rooms, skin
oud floor, with or without houi-ekeeping. Call for two
days 34 (irecnwlch av.
Handsomely furnished rooms to let. in
quire at 311! West '.'.'lis St.
1 AKOE UPPER FROM ROOM. $?> WEEKLY; IIAEL
J iKoom*. heated, S3 33; Rooms lor lioii.ekrcpiug, OIB ??
and Med room. IIS Ka.t lo:h St., noar Union aqnate.
ONE SQUARE. LA P.O. . AND ONE SMALL Itlltlll;
newly luriiished; Sound #3; less by month. 141 .Mac
doiigal .??
SPi.i M'lH second FLOOR RI\ ROOMS: MODERN
liuproreinent*; n?wly painted; reut low. 444 West 44th
St., nrar Elevated Railroad.
OPLENDID SECOND FLOOR-FIVE LIOIlT ROOM.;
ITrent, *M. Inquire owner, 3-'l West 43d St., near Elevated
Railroad.
rpilK EVEN I NO TELEGRAM HAS A LARGER CIR.
I I't LATION THAN ALL THE OTHER KVENINO
papers combined. advekti.si.no rates only
In CF.NTS PER LINE
rrio oe.niLKmk* only.?a private family, oo.
JL cupylng an elegantly furnished house, offer superior a
? onnii dii'ions. without board, alao Physician'* oflic-:
term* moderate; East 23tl at., near Broadway. Address S.
k CO.. .UK! Uroadway.
IMi LET?IIAN1ISOMELY FURNISHED ROOMS OR
tvnoie lurnlshed Home. Inquire 35*7 tlth ar.. In cigar
?tore.
'PO LET-IN A FRENCH FAMILY (No HOARDERS',
A a whole First Floor, ban Isouiely furnished; would an
swer lor a ? odor or dentist ; no light bou-ekrepmg ; also
handsome Xicdrnnin*. 4 West 24tIt si.
rpo let?Handsome fkoni room, on first
A fto'ir. liiruLhetl; also Room suitable lor an office. 4 >
West llth st
T|ll) LET?A HANDSOME SECOND FLOOR, PRIVATE
bath, water closet and ample closets, in gentleman,
ilhont meal*, location '.'1st ?l..near Union Cltiu. Address
sr apply No. !*43 Kroadtvaj,
ii ': i' M * i' i.o itdoMtt TO LET?? o OENTLEMEN,
wwiihoitl Hoard. Inquire at 343 II st Ifah at.
J.s? IO T-'v IIANDsoMELV llll.slsllED ROOMS.
J^syfor house) apinx or geutlemM; hou?o private; Hoard '
d desiied. 3IS East 13th st.
?? | TO f> PER WEEK.?COMFORTABLY FCR
V L ni-hed Kooma, In a pleasant and convenient location.
We?t not 11 at.
-Til AV., NO. 1*54.?FC UN IS II ED ROOMS, FRONT
? )aiu! rear, wltli bath, on each floor; reference required.
1J
witsr 2*t r 11 sr.. OPPOSI r..
Hotel. -Suit* Parlors, suitable lor do'tor'i
"I skill ST., BETWEEN 3D AND 3D AV8 , 231.-NEATLY
JL aylurnfslied hail Room, T-!; also lino large lloom, to gentle
men. without board; house heated.
rn I'A-'T 1411| ST., M U< UNION 8<jLAHF~ ?
t/llandsoineiy furnished Urge Room, second boor, and
single r.ooni*. term* veiv moderate.
Ol WEST dtifll ST.?I'.LhOA.VI ROOMS ON HtOdND
dwJLtloor or single Koum tor geutlemea.
*)7 WEST 2oTU -sr., NEAR BROADWAY -NEATLY !
t furnished Room, suitable only lor single gentleman's
lodging.
11- WEST V .111 ST . NEAR COLRMAN HOUSE.?
Zi I Handsomely furnished Parlor Floor to doctor or gen
tie. me; other ueslrablo Rooms; priees moderata; Louse
? rat clase, references.
FTRNISHKD ROO.llH \fO APART
?MM to UBT.
O,*r uEbFoBD ST.. NEAR CARMINE?FURNISHED
?J? 'front Parlor arid llusemenl. ulio second Floor, with
?rrry eoDvenlenct tor keuMlteopinjr.
OO \VhST lOTii ST.?KLEi 4NTLY Ft 'UN. .SUED
OORof.mi; t]rc**Ing room n*tacbed; all convenience!;
terms low,
4(1 YV EST "Hi >T.. 15KT\VKK\ Vfll AND 6TU
T!\"av*.? Kurui*ti>'<l Hooru. amiiiy rxoo?ure, without
Hoard; all conveuiencat, moderate charge.
? LKXIJIUTUN AV., NKAIi 25TH ST.?FUKMSI!KD
? /Tllooiui to rent; Hoard if required. Also a far lor
- (? !T'i ST., NKAlt HUU tl'WAY -FINELY Fi ll
?JUiii*he?l larje Httd nrutll Boom* at mnder.ttu price*;
break taut it desired.
O i %o
'.?III ST.. NKAII HIMADWAY -HALL BOOMS
to let. furnish d; term* moderate.
( | | MAt'lJOFiiAL ST-A MCKLV FUHN18I1KD
r/ jl Hooiii lor two peruana; would let lor light h mst-keep
in;;, gat nod hath; also hall Hootu.
"I ?)" EAST iU'TIl ST.?ELFtJANTLY KI KNISIIKD
AOf Jburk Kootn. lor two gentlemen; price $1 per week;
and also hall Bedroom*.
liflt wkst :usr sr. a i.ak?;k slwny boom
amsmJ xTnijd Bedroom, furnished lor housekeeping or gen
ilcmcn; rent low.
OOO WKST 17TII.?TIIItKh NEATLY FUHNISHKD
?j?a'/Uooiuk, complete for light housekeeping, separately
or together: term* moderate.
234
WKST 21KT ST.-II AN'DSO.MKlV FL'KNfSlIMD
Ri?mi to in In a .trietlv private family ; references.
I!) Ft iiS AMOK 1) U()iMl? \XD APAltl.
MEATS TO LET.
? PAHTMKNT HOUSE. HAIGBT BUILDING, 5TII AV.,
Ac
corn or 15th xt,? Inch unite lu. r>iivist. kitchen, or ton
nuts suppliod from Ihu general cuisine.
IT 430 4*1 AV.-CHOICK FLOORS TO LET: IM
j\ prove menu; lice rooms each. See premises mid owner
lr?m 11 to I.
Attention.-reduced rents-. $22 upward;
Flats. 0 rooms; t il West 34th st . near Flev ted rood.
MORRIS K. IIA IIK A Co. 72 West :Hth.
IT TUB BROWN STONE, 17 GREAT JOM S ST..
Jv fronting I.ufayetta ttlace. Basement. Iront ol llrst mid
third floors; single dooms furnished if required.
W. DAUPHIN.
t DYERTISE IN TIIK EVENING TELEGRAM AND
AHAVE Y.'Ult ADVERTISEMENTS READ IIV OYER
50.10) J'Eiil'l.E AT A SMALL COST OK ONLY -0
C.NIS I'i-.lt L'NU M'YEKITSEMENTS BKCKIVF-D
KIloM II TO 250 i-INES.
-FLATS, first AND THIRD; ALL LIGHT;
L.eigbl Rooms each ; C-l ' mid $35. .No. 324 West IHlh si.
A
FLAT TO LET IN :1JI> WKS1 3ITH ST., NEAR 8TII
l?, Apply at 1134 of Mrs. DOYLE.
A UIIOItlE FLAT IN BROWN SCONE BUILDING NO.
A98* West Hl'th st., contninintr eight rooms, with modern
Improvements, to let. Inquire building.
A -FLAT, of SEVEN APARTMENTS, IN TllR NEW
:\ ? brown stone house ?*>.'<* West Mst st. ; ?ll modern int.
prnvemrut*;pentS"Jpermonth. Inq tiro Mr*. HAMMO >D
/NIIKAP RENTS $15 TO - FLOORS. 10III AV.,
' J4tHh. 00th nod 5Nt sis , with mid v it liont Improvement ?.
R 'nl l-.stste OIHte, 801 West 4l>tli st. Open Thanksgiving
D*y.
LEG ANT FLATS.?BIGHT LIGHT ROOMS. BATH,
JlJ .peaking tubes, door opener, range, ash shoot, dumb
wAlter, servients' room : hulls end stitirscnrpeled. bented nod
lighted; Hrst glass locntlon ; Jnnitor; 1121 \\ est 47th st.
"LI INK FI'.hNoil FLAT TOLKT-K'IOMSLARGE AND
F well liicbltil: one block front KlevAted Rnilrond depot;
rent low to good tonnnt: at 453 West 434 sf.
FUNK FLATS TO KENT?$2". $21 EACH, AT A SAC
rtll e. King No. 12 bell. 442 West .loth st.
FA1KST FLOOR?FOUR ROOMS; IMPROVEMENTS;
1 If j:i; 318 West 2l?t st.
I7ILOOKS OK THREE AND FIVE KOoMS To LET?
815 to 825; sepnr.cte (is; pnvnte house. 101 West
: 1st st.
IDLOORS?FIVE ROOMS F. A' 'II, 2 IN r. AST 45TI1;
'Third Floor. 1.16 :til nr.; Third Fh.or, 180 Kitst 2NtU.
Atmly olllre 1119 h nit 12th.
Cl.'ONT SUNNY ROOM. SKGOND FLOOR-SINGLE
I Rooms very low : inodurn con venl-nces; Atnericnn I'ttiu
II jr. Rr.i Ulinton plnre.
HANDSOMKS r FLAT IN CITY, $4U. 1KN ROOMS.
e|eo?ntIy pointed niul frescoed; extrtl improreuents;
nil llirlit rooms. 108 Enst 7!>th st.. nctir Ceittrnl I'nrk.
Jnnitor.
I> KNTS TO SUIT TIIK TIME8 -f 18 UPWARD;
i I'Freuch F'lnts; every convenience ; oil light: Itnlls bented
by steam; Ac.: 854 Htn nr., tour 5 tb sr.; jnnit-r in nt
tendsnco. .MORRIS B. BAKR & CO., 73 West 84th st.
QECOND FLOOR OF SIX LIGHT ROOMS. IN HOUSE
t'lcltli Amcrirnns, to it responsibt' party; rent, $20. 112
Enst Hist.
QPLENI'ID FLOORS. f)H TO $25; SIX ROOMS. BATH.
Otvnter closet; perfect order; brown stono houses, corner
57th st. and 2d nv. Housekeeper.
rno LKT?A FLAI' IX TDK BEAUTIFUL KOW OF I
1 1 hi I III i n i-"< between 90th and 91 ?t ata.: only ona left; aur- ;
pasae* anvthing in New Vork : pnelor, dining room two bed- i
nioam, kitchen, atatlonarr wa-litiib*. private water rlonet.
chandelier*, marble mantel*. Briiaaels on carpet *talra: Italia !
furnlalied and lighted; janitor to keep hull* lighted and I
cleaned: the cbeapeat and beat kept honae and liealthleat I
locution In thu city; onlv aniall family wltn fitat claaa refer*
enoea need apply. Ollice 1,616 3d nr., between 90th and
91 at ata.
rno I.E
X and bi
ET-A FINE FRENCH FLAT, FIRST FLOOR
buaemetit; eight room*. 214 Enat 49th at.
TO LET?A DBS IBABLE FRENCH FLAT. EIGHT
ronnii. modern and atrletlv reapeo table: 100 West 38th
It. Apply to It. M. HRUNDtOK. 6">l Qtli nr.
TO LEI?FRENCH FLAT. WITH ALL THE MODERN
improvement*. Inquire of J. M. EDGAR. 367 Weal
ll?th at.
TO LET-TO SMALL FAMILIES. AN ELEGANT
Second Floor, 4 rooma, $23; also one for $22. Arply ou
prendre* No. 'iul 2d av.
TO LICT?A f 247 WEST 4)iTH ST., A FLOOR OF 7
rooma ligjilrd. with all mode'* improvcmenta ou the
floor. Inquire nt 239 Wert 4lltli at.
rp > lkt?on Furnished, two on three
I Rooma on tlio t >p lloor, 62 West 23d at., two doora eaat of
Broadway.
rpo L T. OX LEXINGTON AV.-BFLENDID FRENCH
Jl FUt, eon ?l at lug of six rooma ond bathroom; all Ini
proveinonla; Janitor In booae. Apply 26 Weil 43d st . or
A. II. NONES. 4S| Broadway.
O ELEGANT FRENCH FLATS TO LET-AT CHEaP
Grenlt; all modem improvement!. Inquire on promlaea,
0 i7 6th av.. between .Vol and 34th ata. Also a Store to let.
?J FINE FLATS TO LET-FROM $20 TO $31! A MONTH.
? Jlnqnlie of jauitor, 113 Weat lltlt at., between 3th and
t'th ava.
4 NICE LARGE. LIGHT, AIRY ROOMS ON SEC
ond lloor; closeti; bath Inclnaive; front baaement. large
namn . washroom ; arparate gaa tuotcr. 119 Eaat lllli at.,
newr 4tii av.
ROD A MONTH.-SECOND FRONT RACK PARLOR;
V'!"'tw" lledrooina. Din III.' Room, Kitchen. 134 West
lOth at.: po.an?aien; reapectn'de only.
0)1
J vNK ST.-FINE FLOOR: FOL'K ROOMS*
cluaita, hot water; every improvement; rent low.
?JO I STII AV.. CORNER OF 2HTII ST.-THIRD
OOXFInor, five light rooma: modern Improvcmenta. rent
low; hotiae and location ixeellont. Apply to R. BEOGS. on
premiiea.
QQQ 9fH AV.. NEAR 37TII ST.?ONE FLAT, SEVEN
OOOroom*, none dark. $13. Apply to janitor.
ItOAUDEII'' WANTED.
LDGOR FROM XI vMSON SQUARE. 33 EAST '.'3D
at.?ElegantIv furmihed Floors, with private table.
Kl IT OF VERY DESIRABLE SECOND STOIIT
. Rooms, witb Hoard. 133 Madison av., corner 32d at.
OR 2 ELEGANTLY FURNISH KD ROOMS TO LET.
with Hoard: terms reaannable. 624 Lexington av,
"I HALL BOO M-a ALSO OTHERS I.AIKil AND SMALL*
J.witb Board; almoat iiuy price. 50 Eaat Uth at., near
Broadway.
1BLEGANTLY FURNISHED PARLOR WITII
r ?
.Iflrv cl*?a Hoard; couple S2H per woek: No. 21S Weat 43d.
1?88 WEST 4UTU ST.?KLKOANTt.V I U UN ISIILD
.dmible Ueom; terina rrnaotnible: nnexcrptlonnble table
I'oard #6 per weak.
?sQ' ARK AND HALL KOOXISTO I.KT, WITH GOOD*
? u >atantlal Hoard, at No. 3 6 Writ 3lat at.
tl?l TO $2 PER DAY. $? TO $10 WEEKLY-FINE
wpXRoom, firat claaa. Maxwell Hotel, l7tl Bleecker at.
f auiiilea or tingle.
i) WELL FI RNIhHKD FRONT ROOMS ON SECOND
awlloor. wit.i Board, together or aeparately; tarma low;
refareticea. 121 Weat 16th at.
4 WEST 2STII ST.?HANDSOMELY FURNISHED
Rooma to let. wllli firat claaa Board; terms moderate;
referencea.
$4
TO $3.?BOARD, WITH PLEASANT ROOMS; A
aniall llooni. $1. with Board: t ble Board, $3 per
ck : Ely 11 ah family No. 333 Weat 33tli at.
fT EAST 4'>TII ST.?PLEASANT, WELL FURNISHED
rji noma, wl'h Brat cl.iaa Board; reference.
" VAN DAM ST., N Alt M ACDOCU.VL. ? IIA A D
*/comely fnruialird large and email Komua. wuii or without
Hoard; day benrdera taken.
C PROSPECT PLAGE (K-VST 4IST ST.). NOT BROOK
tJlyu ?Alcove Uoi in, with fire, gaa and Hoard, $16; Intl.,
CTII AV., 341?MRS. REAVER OFFERS A SUIT OF
? /Apartment* with private table or without boarS.
fTTII AX'., NO. 491. BETWEEN 1ST AND 1211 S.TS.- |
?IS" end Floor, with Hoard, also Room., on third floor, lor '
gi'ntlciuan and wlf?; refercncca.
SB
TO I'RR WHKK FOR l'iJSASANT ROOMS'
rli!? ictuHl Hoard. 4"? >t?iuh Wnshliiwiou
3
k iaf 32Dst.?HandsomelV r urni-hed rooms
for familie* or gentlomen ; anperior table; refer ncea.
8
EAST -30111, NEAR 5TII AX'.?FINE SUIT OF
Roi'tna on ?tmid floor, front, to let, with Board.
(X WEST 21ST ST.?MODERATE PRICES: DESIKA
elide R.-oma. locality and nppnlntm.'Rta, with Hoard; good
t.ihle; refereneea.
(Gift A WEEK.-DBl.IOH fFUL LARUE FRONT
qPA"'Boom, alth Board, In aiu 01 tamily. with every cem
lort lor gentleman. Weat 4 hi at., near Broadway.
1/t XVAVKbLKY PI.ACK, NEAR BROADWAY.?
i.UFront Hooma, $14 lor two, with Board; tingle Room*.
$7 to $9. tranaient, $1 30 day | table liourd. $4; ale tin
beat.
11
Til ST.. Mi l WKflT, MAK ?*?ill AV. -FI KNKSIIKD
ltt?mn* to lot. with firat cIum liourd; reftrrncvD.
12
II ST., 73 l\ Esl'.? SI XN Y FRONT. aLm/ BACK
nd hall Rooma, tingle, cu auiie; good table.
1 O B.tsT 23D ST.?TO LllT. FUKMSHED, WITH
XajBonr.l, one large Room on firtt floor and one Suit on
third floor.
1 ? J BANK ST. ?TO LET, Xtllll BOARD. TWO
1 ?Jlatge lionma and ball Boom, together nr aeparatelyi
a .inborn . apo.ure: convenient to cara; referenre given
and ??o,n red.
1 AW BS C 48TB sr.. NEAR "Windsor lioffBu^- I
T Back Parlor and tonrth fl aar Komna, with Board; reter
11
rn sr., 217 WF.Sf.?KLRoant ROOMS. EN suite
?in I alng'i, with Bonrd ; private table II dlalrod; ref
1.1 W,; VI' 17,11 ST. ?AT REDUCED RATES, EI.P.
?1. I .'uniiy fur.il ahtd Hoom?, pii suite or ?pf arnieiy, witi.
aupvrior Hoard; r tcreiivea OMMatnl,
?J -Til sT , 2 Is Wr.sT.-H.tXD OMEI.V 1 CRMs 111.1)
X' JInrire i.oouia, on aecond and third floor*, wliii Sward to
(Mini lies.
I - ril ST., 144 WEST. -NICELY Ft'RNDHIBD BAC
I ?/l arlor, with Board for l idy; price $14 >.,o,ly.
OO W AVE RLE Y PLACE.?TDK AH \ NT Room
a^XIwIth lloaril, $6 to flu per week; houa* and tal.ic lit
claaa.
BOARDER A WAITED.
(iREAT JUN ES r?T. ? I U K N' l 8 H KD KOOMS'fft
w I itentlemcn, with or without breakfast; also lipht house
keeplnir. _
Q] ST 8?.. NO. 144 WEST.-THIRD STORY FRONT
?<lHo"in to let, with Board; references.
?>1 T'iia it Lion st. ?a u a x i ?s6 vi k lyTvjrn is h e o
? A Second Floor to let. wit or without Board, to a family
or a111 trie ventltmen: cat, hatli. Me.
t??ii? sr.. .1, west ?ROOM*. WITH 01 wITHODT
Hoard; square itonm . Hoard far two . $14.
ilOl) " ST.. ' WKSfT^TWO VKKY~DKSIRAMi.l
Oliootns to let, with Ko.rd; table unexceptionable;
refrrenert exchanged.
9?JI? ST.. U1J WKST.-A FAMILY OR GENTLEMEN
4.0 an Hurl pleasant Itoomiaud auperior Board; ni derate
prices; highest reierences.
~t., si wSfr?r w t ) Kijc?m s. Turn wmnI,
fourth iloor, for eaiitlemen ; superior Table; rolereuce.
WEST 301 It ST.-TWO SICKLY EURNISHF.D
trout Rooms and tide Room, with Board; terms mod*
23fo
24
() t Til ST.. 48 WEST.?IIANDS'IMKLY FURNISHED
^T'l ooais. with Horird, second nnd third floors, half block
from fifth Avenue Hotel; moderate prices.
(JtO - BER MONTII-B()ARl7>7iR ROAD HORREf
.'Tin the best private Htahle in the cltjr; r.-om for 10
more; also three tine Box Stalls, $:K> each. Centennial
Stable*. it\9 and -'.'i treat HUh at., naar itroadway.
*?/? CI, IN TON PLACE (BTH St.). NkAR BlduSi
sbtlwav.?Front Rooms $12 to$18 lor two, with Board;
alncln, $8 to $-< per woek.
t}7{ kAST 4 riiTmwo~v.xtra larob roomson
X-T'seoond floor, with or without Board; also hall Bed
room; terms moder.ite.
tt/'TH st., 42 west.?handsome, newly kcx
Zj' Ini-lied. sunnv Rooms, with superior Board, front $18 to
$2i> lur two persons.
WEST 10rH ST.-HAXIDBOMS BMCOND FLOOR,
also Basement, nlrelv fu'niched. for one or two
gentlemen. with rood Board.
(YO K AST 2211 ST.~ N K AR UROADWA Y.-TWO VERY
swO lesirahle Rooms, with closets uud first clas? Hoard;
refers tiers. Mrs a. t'AKii.
OQ W EST AIKT ST.?M AND80K ELY FURNISHED
awORonnis. with Board; private table If desired; refer
26
?)(k CLINTON BLACK ?HANDSOMELY FURNISHED
?* ?"Rooms, with of wllhoat board; rooms from $2 25 to
:fS per week.
?)A I>.AST~2,1t ST.?DR8IRABLE SUIT OF ROOMS*
?)\/>vith Board, or. rioisouabla terms.
? >O "\VESI 4.1) tsT., FRONTING itESKKVolH I'AltK ?
OOllund-oiua Rooms, uewlv furnislitd. to gentlemen, with
excellent Boar
? ??T :i.17 w EST MTU ST.?ROOMS, WITtI BO A It D*
00?tn permanent parties; siunll tables: Centennial vis
Itors. $ : tier day.
Oj WEST 24TII ST.?AN ELEGANT 1'ARLOR FLOOR,
?JTTrlcnly furnlsticd, with or without private table, and a
hall Bed room.
Sj"A Til .ST.. 138 WEST.-HANDhOMBLY FURNISHEb
?VxRooms, with superior Board, on second and third
Hours; rei ienee.
?J -' G i! A MKl!CV BLACK <l"'>2 EAST 2f>TI1 ST.)?Fl'R.
? )*/itished iront Room, with first class Board; nis i small
Boo to.
UD BANT 2IBT ST.. NEAR BROADWAY.?IIAND
OOsomrlv furnished Rooms, with Board, lor families and
gentlemen: rcferepuoi.
i ?)/? K A ST ~5:Fd ST., MA DlSON *B(|UA RE.?RtR > MS.
j ?>' 'sltiply or on suite; private tnblo If desired; good Board ;
I references.
I 'i 7 K'vs r -'BT'I ST ?rfBOoND FLOOR, with" first
O J class Board; also other Rooms; relorence required.
I UQ-RAsr iiiTl HT-NIOKLV"FURX"IsilEli ROOMS.
I OOo'i second and third Honrs, for families or single gcntlo
inen, with hrst class Ito trd, nt low prices.
4 >q 40.4-j asiT51 webr Titu ht.?booms, with
OOiIlosrd, on suila or singly; liberal terms to permanent
p del Irs.
WEST U>TI! ST.?HANDSOMELY FURNISHED
Reo ns. with private bath; also Koolnsfnr j-entUmeu;
house and tul le tlrst class; rofercuces.
7*> ~c~iTxton flack. Corner unTvlksity
"Template. ? Front Booms, on llrst ami second Itoors. with
flr*t class Board, for families; terms moderate.
xy> east' 2!ith stT^handsomely FURNISHED
tOBooms to rent, with Board; house nnd appoliituicnta
first class; re tern tiro.
J - WEST 2+TH 8T.? LARGE FRONT ROOM.
J'rffourtn Hour; -initio Rooms; appointments first class;
prices moderate; references.
75 WEST WAsifiNOTON BI.Ai E. NKaR ?TH AV.~
ttOTwo larpe, handsome Booms to let, with llrst class
Board.
I Q WEST BOTH ST HAS CHANGED HANDS.?
TOHounii to let at reduced prices; table supplied from
lai m: reference.
49
W'KST JrlTH ST.?A HACK PAKLUK. NICELY
furnished fur irentlcmnii and wile ; would board inily
in WEST :fJD ST.?SECOND FLOOR. FRONT SUIT;
Ttt/nlso Hack Room with excellent Hoard; lor families or
single gentiemeu ; table boarders takeu: references.
Q I MAGDuUGAL ST.-LaJtOE AND SIMILE ROOMS,
O a with a bountiful table; home comforts; references.
87 MADISON AV.?SECOND FLOOR, HANDSOMELY
I furnished, with or wltlmut private table; ulso desirable
Ilinimi for gentlemen; relereucoe.
(M \ OLINTON PLACE. FURNISHED ROOMS; HOARD
r/'ior wit bout; fmnilioe or slugle gciitlomcn, hontn small;
m d.rn improvements.
llUi WH8T 44T" 'sT.-A SMALL FAMILY WILL
AIM Hot handsomely furnished second story ..oorn, with
lioaru; southern exposure; bouse and table first class.
107
*ll?.
WEST -Mill ST.?HANDSOMELY ELK Ms 11 ED
Rooms to let, with Hoard; Roomi for gentlemen,
IfYO WEST 47TII ST.?ELEGANTLY FURNISHED
J.vJOUooins to lot. on second Hour, with excellent Hoard;
terms moderate : references exchanged.
11 I EAST 80T11 ST.. BETWEEN 4TH AND IJJX
JATlrg-on ava. ?Newly furnished Mdoma, with Board;
uiicxcepiioniibie neighborhood ; terms moderate.
11 It WEST 44 Til Si.?A HANDSOMELY FUR
AAUnlshed Salt of Ronuis, wllli first class Hoard, in a
private family, at reasonable rales.
120
MACDOUUAL ST.-SINGLE ROOMS TO LET,
* 1111 Hoard; *?*> and $t>
"ion East 10T1I ST. ?ROOMS FOR FAMILIES OR
AXai'Jgcntlemcu en second and third flours, with first class
Hoard.
1?>V> MADISON AV.? ONE SUIT ON THIRD FLOOR;
.losing
glo and double Rooms on fourth floor, with Hoard;
reference. Mrs JilllN II. COXZi'.NS.
1?y(i west 40TH st.?handsomely furnished
_i c/Kootue. for lamilica or einglo gentlemen, with Hoard,
with reduced lerins.
1 ?)'! EAST ItfTH HT.-DESIRABLE ROOMS. LARGE
1 OOand small, wit It Hoard, to
, to families or gentlemen ; rel
WLST 44T1I ST.?LARGE ROOM O.N SECOND
and top flour, handsomely lurnished; also hall Rooms
lor eiugle gentlemen: tabic first cmss.
1J.7 WEST 4311 ST.-TO LET, FURNISHED, AND
It I Hoard, a largo Room; southern exposure; also a hall
Room; r dereuces.
14
somcly furnished front Room, also single Rooms,
ith good Hoard; terms moderate.
I "nW WEST TAT 11 ST. ?A PRIVATE FAMILY HAS
AUC'two desirable Humus, handsomely furnished; unex
ceptionable Board; reference.
1 T.O WKsr I'.TII ST.-WIDOW LADY WILL LET
Xc/t/Dlcelr furnished Koomr to gentlemen or ladies, with
or without hoard.
lU'i WEST 44TH ST. ?A PRIVATE FAMII.Y, OC
LUi Jctipytntc their own bouse, will rent a Parlor and Hod
men ; also one or two small Rooms, with or without Hoard;
references exchanged.
216
WEST .V;l> sf.?rooms WITH BOARD,
gas and fire, for two; (14, #(? and $30 a week.
O I WEST 2JD ST.?A UANDsOMELY FURNISHED
?w"X?>Ronm, connecting with bathroom, fur iwogeutld
men, with Hoard.
- - WEST 45TH ST.-TWO NEWLY FURNISHED
mui, with good Hosrtl.
9Kd west gam ST.?pleasant, modern fur
siirAUnii.il " ~
?lied Koojis, with good Hoard; prices moderate;
guests inano coml >rtai>le.
2(j() 4TI1 A V.?MRS. WILLIAMS IS OFFER I NO A
?jUvrvery desirable Suit ol Apartments, wilh private
?> 1 7 WEST IDTtl ST.-TO LET, WITH HOARDs
*7 I I nicely lurnished Reception Room, with II almoin i
A
Joining; large wardrobe, Imt and cold water. Mutable lor
ip utIonian and wile : also wauled a single gentleman wlio
would be willing to room wilh another gentleman, of un
?luestiouable character, at a very tow price.
?>1(1 I.KX IN I i 1 ON AV.'. BETWEEN aim AND HUTU
tlll/.t?. Hack Parlor, also hall Room, ou vocond floor.
with Hoard; re fere
'1 1(1 Wc.sT HiD ST - PRIVATE "FAMILY; ftOXR
WT ?'eonioirts; good Hoard, fine Ki
fine locality;
price reasonable.
'-iKl WK.vf SOTH Sr.?FURNISHED PAltl.OH
t/Uil'leor, with or Without H
Hoard, tor lady; suitable tor
young couple; brown stone bouse. Seen ono week.
0 7 ?> W EsT USD ST., NK tit ELEVATED ROAD (CON
?) i Aveuicn
crnsatown cars and Hrosdnay stage).?
Nicely lurnished Room* to let, with Hoard, at? modrrato
pneca.
Ill I WEST 33D s'T.?TWO LARGE. PLEASANT,
"X Vr"Tw?ll furnished Room*, with Hoard, suitable lor gen
1 loin"II and sues or two I_cuticli.cn; cou . eiitou t to 31st st.
Mail,in mi Elevated Knilmad, ;uli av. cars. Twenty-third
str<rt i.allroail and ?lu at. and Hroadwsy inunlbnacs; lib
eral t?li;c; terms moderate; relerencea exchanged.
JIJ'l 4TI1 AY.. CORNER JUTll.-Hoard FOR FRW
ia^Oiospeciabie Protestant y-ung men lu email Auier
Icau Isuiily. Call all we. a.
Y I'HiVATE FAMILY IN THE EIGHTH WAK1)
aIwiII If t h iilcci.v luruiklifd Houin on rcHsonNbii ierum,
w lib .I wliboul H. ard. relvrence. II., box IJU Herald
A PRIVATE FAMILY WILL I.I-.T THREE ROOMS,
appointments ami table unexceptionable <110 objection
to 01.<? or two children) t lueatioe, Slth at., West. Address
II., box I3H Herald Uptown ulllce.
V THIRD FLOOR, PARTIALLY OR CoMPLETBLY
furnished, with hoard lor a lauy. Addrces II. U.. Herald
Uptown etlice.
I LtDV DESIRING EXPERIENCED l.'Alib DURING
^VsH'Xiiees in a pIcuMint house, with a unlet lady, may ad
dlvss HOME, box LU Herald Uptown oflii-n.
I PRIVATE FAMILY OFFER A PLEASANT HO wh,
XAwitli Hoanl. to gentiemru or gentleman and wife. Ad
dress II., Imx ML" Uptown lor.ild other.
J~'U*Y EAST OF OT 1 AV,, NKanT TH E MUCKING
bain.?Au ologant suit, with Hoard; bay wiudow over
took* 5tli av. 2 KnatMHhst. References.
INI' AND I'Kli KS OF VAC 1 N<'I .S IN BEST Pitt
grate boarding houses tree. Established lr-7g.
HAN fx INS, JH West aiKh at.
]AUY WILL LI. I PARLOR, BEDROOM, CONN BUT
Jnig, with Board, to gentleman or ladr; no other board
ers. No. IsN c.ast htftli St.. 4th and Lexic it m avs
V<> CIIAHOK.-PARTIES LOOKING FOR FIR>T
yt i-iass see
isetaiaodalluns eared time aud trouble. SANDs'
I.card Dircc.jry. l,l? Hrosdwar.
f p IIK KVwfil.V! TKLi.ORAM HAS A LAKO'K Oil'
Icl'LATION I'll AN ALL Til. OTHER r.TKMMI
1'Al'r.i.S COMBINED. ADVERTISING KaIEn ONLY
3D CRN IS PE .t LIN K.
HUAltD AND iiOlHil.t) IVAVl'ED.
VP A I.I M E N 1 s tt'AN lED-vVl ?ll pititAfii IAHLE;
twu Hcuroonti mi'! 1'nrlor Pot K ul'cnittu mui <viip, mid
rhlitl mi?l ntitie; niu*l bf tietwecfii Hint 4(?ta ??t., uit .4h4
i - on hv. ir MrrttP. hrtween. AdilremKi'U>OillV(
tier Alii iiRiue, ttiitlng price, locnitoD unuo and reference*.
BOARD A AD LOOCDO WAATKD.
A "YfftfSC LADY WISHKS BOARD AND FIRE IV A
?fxprlvata iKiull.t ; 110 other boarders; could tnroish her
wit room; permanent it suited) goo i table. price pot to
exceed 912. AiMreu Mr*. A . box 11 ' Herald I'plaie office.
At, AD V "a v D DAL'UIITE* >V Idll T>VO ROOMS,
with Board, n t above thlr.i floor, price 97 each. M. B.,
11, rutil I ptowu otlu-s.
"LadV W 1 HiK?~TO UMTAIN A sMALL. WARM
Count and H mril with private rurally. and would be triad
if the 0,-ulil pay partly or wholly by teaching two or throe
hoar* dally; beat relerancea gi ton. Adtlrei* CtTUDKv f,
llera'd office.
YOU X t i ~ DAD V WITH ~ OKU AN WILD TEACH
muiie. English, wax flowara, trull, lo exchange for
board. sfl Varies st.
Auverti>r~in the "
EVENING TELEGRAM.
ONLV 2U CKNTS I'D It LINE.
BV A LADY- BOOM, BOARD. CLOSET. FIBK AND
gas; term*, fd a week: party porinaucnt. Addreia
Tr AUIIKE. box 112 Herald oflice.
"\\r ANTED?BY A SINGE!-. mTn. A NIOKLY Pl'k
tl uisii -d Hooiit. with breakfast. In a private iatully: not
above-tilth at Address, stating terms, F. S. II., box 9,483.
ltelereiiera given.
\jf a ntbd-okkickTWith muamd and mrdruu ?
II lor a pliyeicinu and wlfo, up town, welt of tit h ar. Ad"
dreia E.. box 1 10 Hernia I'plown office. f
B
ifiookiiii au.VKD,
ROOKEYN BOARD. -Ft'UN ISil I.D ROOMS, FliOM
I>1 por vre'-k upward; meals,evfd singly at reasonable
rate*; house has all modern tWntnltncH; parlor,, pi.,no.
rending, ?o oklng and bathing runnia, laundrr, Ac.; IIami
done up nt7.r>R. Marhle house, H>7 Fulton st, nboie xa?sau.
THE EVENING TELEGRAM "UAB A LAMtthlt CIR
CULATION ill AN ALl. I'll K OTHER EVENING
PAPERS DOM BIN ED. ADYKK'I IS1NU BATES ONLY
-0 CENTS I'KK LINK.
_ HOTELS.
\OSCVS9Q9i hwt'rl-EobGiNusTSoc.; SO
light separate Rooms, tor gentlemen ouly; corner Bow
ery anddlayard.
I I, WAYS OPEN-FRANKFORT lit)USE. CORN till
aLEmnkiort uud William ats. ; Rooms. 26c., AO#.; gentle*
mt , families.
Advertise in the even inc. telegram and
HAVE YOUR ADVERTISEMENTS Kr.Al) BV OVER
5U,U*> PEOPLE AT A sMALL COST OF ONLY Jo
C NTS PER LINE ADVERTISEMENTS RECEIVED
FROM a TO aaai LINES.
/TITY HOTEL, BROADWAY AND sill BT.?si NO EE
V>Rooms, 7.">c. and 9f por day; Itounia and Board, $7
weekly; always open.
EAULK'8 HOThETcANaLST.. NEAR BROADWAY.?
Special rates lor latuilies and single gentlemen fnrthe
winter. Room and Board reduced to i*2 ?"><? par day.
OTKL ROYAL, KB8BRV0IU FAR A*D 40TB ST?
a very <|nlei, select laniily iiolel. with reataurxnt of on
surpassed exceilouce; liberal arrangements mado for tiio
winter.
H
TJOTKL sr. OKKMAIN, 5TII AV., 22D, BROAD
XT way.?Iledncod rates; all front, elegantly furnished
Room*. $2 per day and upward, with Board; European
piau, 91 upward; finest 1,,cation in city.
Rev E it ? HOUdB. KOfiUP I a n 1 ? LAN. 008 R ROAD
way, eorner Houston st. ?Open all njaht; two large rca
taMranta; single Rooms reduced to 6Ue, 7.;c. and $1;
double Rooms lor t wo 91.-TO Mini per day ; single Rooms
by the week $2 to 91: double Room* lor tw o fit to 910.
SPINGEKR IMit'sE. -GREAT I: EI) U CT H > X IN P It ICES
lo families and single gentlemen; two elegant Suites
fronting l oion square.
COtNTRY BUAHD.
II KEN. Mil ill C A ROM N A?II EST CUMlfK IN
J:Ltlie Cnitud Mutes for itivRlid*.?<'<?nifortut>le Booms uml
guml titbit Bonrd: with ? privets fumily, chu bo seourod by
addressing box Uo Post oflice. Aiken, form* moderate.
ADVERTISE IX TUK
telegram.
0N!-\ -U CENTS PEE LINE.
/^OONTKY BOARD-VO M iNrL' TPS lTv ~ I'VV'Tu ?r"
X , u ? POST VOIUL.
NOVEMBER 2a. IH7a._ poaj^Ar'Vlik
day.' JM-ewtor"j. m7trVaUh.??0ra,lb,hir^ffl '"''"t **}"'"
1'm'u f,m' 'iir "Tfeir",
?Plp Kim?i? via "? J"r 1 "r"P?. por .team
\i I..- i.' ' fiiLOiintown, ou 1 hursdav ?(? it ??-in x
SffPfc-wr6*vswi
Nockwr, vIh Southnmtvon* *?ni ?>t,J>er Mwauuhip
iffj
Blva^rtlV*7.?^V?w Vwl
?!! ^ ?- was :S
Tor SS'?5,?K.U?J;V 'MWH
? v ii'tti/CiToiv.
A ;v |,;xf'1';|:'LNi'i;u Ci,,v>si( \i. \\i) VTfamn f
uVicnl teacher, who irrmlunf,>f1 **?!#?? # u ? / ? "*'MAI
desires nriviii? n... n. with tho highest honors,
AN A K11ST VV ILL KKOEIVK I'lJl*! [Js Tv TTrT
CTwtltIW#lir cu,ors at ^-t?aioL?op?5.^
ssraitsaaSR" ?^?ssyssrniigs
A FEW CHILDREN WILL HE TAKK>TTvrr> . anr
vit? Kiench tnmlly, where th?v will bava a .. oi
?u th? country und no laualu Francii mu.ic on.l ?! l"'l,,a
ss:."k aJ"- a?
SSSPUVlSniii JS^UfSX.'s^K'
ela?. 37 Kmc mil, at. wclKl>> ?cu.cle? in teacber'a
K&isSt'. Si-af?,.vt I
Wk. wlu, w,,?!J take orenlo I'^oL^ev'ntualiv
Icon. in Hiiv mml-rii J.iinrunj;u. Plca.e Jtf
y^?gopoUTAy- ?"?*???
A .>11 SK ?i i ? S r -. ?
/COLUMBIA OPERA HOUSE. ? ?
linn""!?'.?' "r..',rS 0?lch ?*. rind 1 -Jtli it.
nufcp Kfti&V*la
NIuilT; or the 6 AY ETIKSO KM A Hi LL l" "o '"iV""
?n .ntlr. ??, kcn.at.onaV VarietyOU?fir Tuff
day. and Satardiy. at J. Mntinees luoadaya, Thar.
AK(i\hh ih/OMS. 4 R( J vr ft RYlAUo
?T!| AV. AND ?iTM jS ROOMS.
BRILLIANT^ i^TfcHrisO^JOHtiAS^^NT^EiprAijjJiEEI.
?; OPE.\KEVE,kv* n^V'1'*'
COM M J-.NCI.Nti A I' ;? O'CLOCK.
j__ h_xikam;k _ON sorii
a BKKLEs' TIVOLI TUEATKE
Admluiun, coal*. natnrday Maiin. ,' 13 Nnl,
\f AI1ILLE TIIEAIKK?34TII nT. AXDao iv~?
A a': An on'.rt^iii'Mrnt^vooiuw^iV'w^t^/.iit^ Ton.atian'
pcrtdrmauco in tho city irro.Ltlbly cli??uin(|t
u a v. -app(TiTr7~ matinee and
J. Kvt niug Hnll, ntiernoon, 'J to 7; evuniM- h to a a vi
teTiSi.""'1, Jl? "nd -1- 5th? - " Bowery. Hat
rpilBAIKK TICKET-UKriOlT
EESERVED ht^s" Pull ^acl TIIEATRE8.
pAMMANYHALL "'(iKANP IIOLI.iaV NOCIAHI P ??
TJanio. son., and it.vxcK, Jio and?crTJrt
?r B"w".?y.UU,r ? ' B?UAK' ,0" EMt
LVcKUM 111K > T It E ? EDWIN Bootii ' ?
? HaNKSuIVINO MAIIXEE I "to inv r , v^?.
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CI RAM) TIIANk.SlrlVI.NO SOCIETY SOClAHf l/ n iv
Tiind i"vonlnir. Tammany Hall, Kn?t Uih .i n'
aiteriioon. J to 7; ?ronl.iic, 8to J. Dandnji
A DVKKTISiTi'n THE EVE NINO Tiimr.i- H71
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horrliy t. Iidor.il to tlta lolluwlui: naniod ladlca andlinol.0
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OTJ BROADWAY, 6J4.
colonel wm, k. sinn KiDtpr
AUKIMIOX, iV? - SOc.. 75c. and $1.
.MAIINl.Es. 15c., 115c. and inc.
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TIIANKSU1VI NO DAY.
MATINEE PRICES. 15. 35 AND 50 CENTS.
ALL THE URKaT
NOVELTY COM PAN 1 NO. 0
ALP BURNETT. HELEN NASH.
TM?*. THREE LEOTARD BROTH Kits
Mikk WMITTINGIIAM and Muter NEWMAN
SCANLOX nnit OKOMN. WEAVER and LAWTON.
SAM DKVERK
JAMl-S McKKh. S. D. BOND. ARIZONA.
TIIE AINSLEYS. Mil* LULU HELM A V.
and the beautiful Drama,
HOME AOAIN.
E
VOLE THEATRE. BROADWAY AND :t3D ST.
Proprietor and Manager Mr. JOSH II Alt I'.
?Fir
entire
evening ! I T i
bill I MATINEE. \ I
will | <?> , N I fo |
be jriven I Qt I E I ft ? |
to-day. | ATI IBit I
MATINEE. ^ ' M aTINEk! ? MaTTnEE.
lhe very lattsh'ihlo d nno-tic Paree, entitled
in nor water
A eery amusing Sketch by RICKEV and BARNEY, en
Itlen
DRESS REHEARSAL.
' OR WILD'.- OLD MAN.
Sounds from (iurmiiiiv, ir?tn the irrrat Dntch Comedian,
Mr. GEORGE S. KNlu'll
The comic Local Senratidn. entitled
Bill. THE TRAGEDIAN.
NOTICE,?Extra I Extra Matlnea
Matinee T .-Moltliow, TO MORROW,
ThauoS^lvmn Day. | at - o'clock.
PT. BAKNUM'S UKKAT SHOW.
MENAGERIE, MUSEUM AND CIRCUS.
TWO EXHIBITIONS DAILY.
SUPERB DISPLAY OK AKI NIO PROWESS BY THE
UKEAT COUPS OF EQUESTRIANS AND ATHLETES.
LOWaKDI and ush
WILL AGAIN CONTEST FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP
WEDNESDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 2?.
TO BE DECIDED HY COMPETENT Jl'DiES.
THERE WILL HE THREE PERFORMANCES ON
THAN KSUIVI NO DAY,
COMMENCING AT 10 A. >1. AND AT 2 AND 8 P. M.
NEW HOLIDAY AFTERPIECE
TO PLhASK THE CHILDREN.
ADMISSION, fti'c. CHILDREN under nine years, 25?.
ORCHESTRA SEATS, 25c. EXTRA. Doors open at 1 ami
0 :K>. Perioi maneei at 2 and M o'clock.
J^YCEUM THEATRE"-14TH ST. AND 6TH AV.
EVERY NIGHT THIS WEEK,
EDWIN ROOTU
hi BFRTCCCIO, THE JESTER,
in Tom Taylor'* powerful Drama,
THE FOOL'S REVENGE.
THURSDAY. THANKSGIVING MATINEE AT I :S0 P. M.
THE LADY OF LYONS.
EDWIN BOOTH aa CLAUDE MELNOTIE
SATURDAY. MATINEE. DECEMBER 2,
THE STRANGER.
EDWIN BOOTH as THE STRANGER
SECURE YOUR SEATS AT THE THEATRE.
No speculators allowed about this theatre.
Next week. EDWIN BOOTH aa KING RICHARD II.
fTTH AVENUE T1IKATKE.
U
IJuTaNKBOIVInG DAT, AT 2. MATINEE,
fTTH AVENUE'THEATRE. ??
' ropriotor and Mnnug *r Mr Al'drSTTV nirr
, EVERY .SIGHT THIS WEEK. D T
Mr. DALY'S SUMPTUOUS REVIVAL of' s'hake.poar*'.
Mite DAVENPORT aa Rosalind.
Mr. COG1ILAN at Orlando.
"AS TOU LIKE IT." Mr. W.vl. CA -TLE at Aitrlcu*.
Mr. VISIIEll aa deques.
A GREAT SUCCESS! Mr. D A VIDUK as Touchstone.
Mlti JKKKREYS LEWIS a* Cello.
Mira Sydney Cowcll at Andrev.
THANKSGIVING DAY-Matinoe at 2, "As You Llk? It."
.MATINEE SAIURDAY. at 2. "Aa You Like It."
TUESDVY NIGHT, Domini.er 5 SUMPTUOUS RE
VIVAL of the celebrated Prlnre ofWalet vorsloo of
THE SCHOOL POK SCANDAL.
p~AR iT" THEATRE."
HENRY E. ABBEY Lettee and Manager.
LOTTA AS MUSETTE
EVERY EVENING.
THANKSGIVING
and
SATURDAY' MATINEE.
Box olflco op.'n from H A. M. to 10 P. X.
NION SOU A HE TliKATRE;
Proprietor Mr. SHERIDAN SHOOK
Manager Mr. A. M. PALMER
Bellas at 8; over at 10 &'?. Saturday Matinee at I :30.
Every night. except Saturday, and at tlio Saturday Matinee
will be given .be oiarve>loua Drama,
MISS MIILTON,
every representation of * biel thui far has beta wit
netted by a
CROWDED AND ENTHUSIASTIC AUDIENCE.
Cliaractcrt bv Milt Clara Mciirts, Mlti Sara Jewett, Mrt.
Marie Wilkloi. Mite Bijou Heron, Mitt lamias Sylvester.
MIm Mabel Leonard, Mitt Helen Vdnc nt, Mr. Jamot O'Ntet,
Mr. J. II. Mnddart and Mr. John Parasite.
Saturday! j second" yTatTneb of
AT 130.
MISS MULTON.
SATURDAY',
AT
2??<TH
PERFORMANCE HERE OF
IIIK TWO ORPHANS.
qillANKHOIVINO DAY?AT 1 30
A JXfMA MATINEE' OK
TlliVVco.erIl,K.mi ORPHANS.
THANKSOI\|Nu Mlllli, ,\ f 8 ->1188 MULTON
TONY PASTOR'S NEW" THEATRE ?
GREAT HILL TO-NIGHT
^ GRAND MaTINK,-' TO-MORROW,
M
Bob HarL A Gm Willlami.
Billy Courtrlkbt. T Wllkintou Brother*.
CUIre Sittert. I The Penney*
Blan oe Corelll. N James Kennedy.
Diet Ralph. E Harry W oo lton.
"High C." E "Give U? a Pair Count."
"Relorm." "Quiet Family. '
"Stuttering Jo,." T "Wandering Tramp."
The lle?t la ')? Ever, bou.v delighted.
The World. M llouteg crowded
120 Great Man. 0 I Throe houra of Inn.
Matinee To morrow. R I Secure aeett early.
LaJiet' Retort. 11 I Chlldrcn'e Resort.
<V
V,
Secure your teaji early for to-night and Matinee to
morrow
Kelly a leonb minstrels.] operv-house
hH.Y A LEON'S MINSTRELS. | 23d at. and tith it.
VTHE PARLOR HOME oK MINSTRELSY.*,*
Entire change of bill. Hrilliant programme.
Luen-iia <.?>?? .?> Citing Chow HL
Borgia. I THE ONLY LEON | Citing Cl.ow III.
Ching I bow HI. I AS IIORG1A. | Luerel it Borgia.
Citing Chow III. ?> I.ti retla llorgin.
REGULAR MATINEES commence SATURDAY. Dec. 2.
SPEC! AL MATINEE, Thanktgtvinn Day. nt 2 o'clock.
Box oltlee open DAILY from DA. M. to ID P. M.
HITCHCOCK'S THIRD AVENUE THEATRE.
Monday, November 27; every evening, at S P. M.
and Wednesday. Saturday and fhnra tav (Thanksgiving
LMvt Matinees at 2 I*. M.
The famous ICOl.LIX HOWARD BURLESQUE DRAM
ATIC COMPANY in
''Lurline. ttie Moral Kaltd Queen ot the Klilne," and "Char
lotte Temple." Admission 2tbi.. itOc., oOc.. 75c
Bowery theatre.?brilliant triumph of
the great Southern Romantic Drama,
TIDE t# LIKE,
with the OLD DOMINION -LAVK TROUPE andlOOeol
ored people, preceded by the farce LoVK IN LIVERY.
GRAND MATINEE THANKSGIVING DaY, Af 2.
milKO. THOMAS BYMPHOM CONCERTS,
I AT SIKIN WAY IIALL. I
THIS (WEDNESDAY) AFTERNOON. NOV. 20, AT 2. |
SECOND KILL PUBLIC HI.IIK A RSA L.
Tickets, in 'Doling re erved tents. 81.
A'liltitaloti tickets. 7'<c.
ON SATURDAY' EVENING. DECEMBER 2, AT 8,
SECOND SYMPHONY CONCERT.
Soloists?Mmo. KR.MIMA KCDERSDoKK, Soprano.
Mr. II A. RISCtlOKK, Tenor.
OVERTURE?Scherto. finale. Op. 52 Schumann
VORSI'I EL?Guoiterdneniir.erung Wagner
SYMPHONY?No. 4, In B llat mulor, op. fit) Beethoven
The tale of ticket. lor both the public rehearsal anil sym
phony concert will commence tilts morning, nt the box oltlee
or Stelnwsy Ha(j; at E Bchubertli's, 23 Union square, and
111 Broadway.
OAS FRANCISCO MINSTRELS. I OPERA HOUSE.
OAN KRAXI I SCO MINSTRKLS. Broadway and 2(Hh at
SAN KrAN- ISCO MINSTRELS. I The Minstrel I aiece.
SAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS I The Minstrel Palaee.
THE CRKMK DK LA CRUMB OF MINSTRELSY.
-t8* SIdr-SpllttIng Jukes. <?
vv i i'j I Glorious Singing. I Thirty
it "i!*" I n Domic Dances Brilliant
I Backus. | Received with erreatni I Artiste.
* tZ*.' I . tV,rT n,Rl'1' * v
\r. abtartainment in the cltv.
MATiNEh TIIANKSOIVING day AT 2. Seats secured
CI^l'J'^KfcRINli IIaLL.?MR. and MRS. CAKL FEIN
/IMihK S Kurlet of fivo r* citRis ot comfioftftloiiMfor roico.
*J . 1 borthoven, Hchumsuu, MemleUfcuhn,
Mnfl, OoitliuiirK Hdne, Ac.. Ac.
Mr*t Hcmml, WKUNKMfMY. November 29. nt 8 P. M.
ftutiftcritition ticket* to the Herts*. with rsnrrved ictt. 83
encti, to be hud until 12 M. November 29 nt Schlrmer's. 7ut
Hromhrnj. mid At Cblclrerlnit Hell.
Hiugle eUalseioa tickets, ft; reserved ssat, 50c, extra.
ANl'SEMESTS.
TTORHfWTl ISIC.
A Mr. JAMES W. MOKRISSEY. UlUI
GRAND MUSICAL CONGRESS AND CENTENNIAL
Tit ANKSGl VI NO FESTIVAL
. distinguished It no and inslriirosntal artists ii
the L itit??l mhioi. In eonlnnetioii with THKODORJ
THOMAS UNRIVALLED ORCHESTRA. wbe will sppsa
id a serie* of
INSTRUMENTAL AND Ol'ERATIC PERFORMANCE;
unequalled fit grandeur and perfection.
?.?enthusiastic success ok tih mammoth mu
siCAL AND OPERATIC COM 1J1 NATION.
THIS (WEDNESDAY) MVENINO. AT 8,
SECOND KESIIVAL SIGHT.
(Miss EMMA 1 H1R.SBY Signor UKIONOLI, Mme. OULA
CEK. -Ignor FKRKaNTI. Mme. CAKKEN'? 9 aUKKT ant
Mr. S. H MlI.Ls id ITALIAN nod ENGLISH GRANT
OPERAS, and, lu I'onjunrtin n with THBOUOR1
THOMAS' UNRIVALLED ORCHESTRA in a
REMARKABLY BRILLIANT PROGRAMME,
a feature of which will be tba
THIRD ACT OF ?LOUENURIN."
POPULAR PRICES.
Reserved Scats. 91 50; Admission. $1: Family Circle
K?.; BiniNlCpmmi
FRIDAY-LAST FESTIVAL NIGHT.
ALL TDK ARTlHTs AKPEAKIn6.
FAREWELL MA'IIN'KE,
.- \TUKOaY AT I :SO.
GRAND OPLRA IN COsTl MjE AND WITH COMPLETE
ORCHESTRA.
The ENTIRE COMPANY in tli# fourtn act of "TROVA
TORE." third act of "MARTHA'' and the ioartb act ol
-FAVORITA."
Tho SALE OK SKATS now in progress at tha
Academy slid Decker Brother*', IVI Union sqnare.
rpiiANKSGiviNo day. -grand extra perform
1 ANCK OK SARDA sAPAl.US to-morrow (THURSDAY).
nt ball-past one in the AFTERNOON.
KING LEAR.-TlIE SALE OF SEATS FOR TUB
great revival nnd appearance of Mr. LAWRENCB
BAR RETT in the tit le character of the sublime tragedy?
return ol Mr. K. L. DAVENPORT and the great shakes
pi- .unn Company uf Booth's Theatre?will he began this
(WEDNESDAY) morning at the box olBoa. Windows
open lnm S A. Si. to 11 P. M.
BOOTH'S THEATRE. LAST NIGHTS.
J ARRET A i'AEMi.R Lessees and Managers
SAHDANAPALU8.
The wnndrnn* spectacle with all its remarkable feature^
including the great cask
Mr K. C BANGS aa SARDANAPALUS
AGNES BOO Til as MYRRUA
and
THE NEW ORAND ITALIAN BALLET
of one huddrcd superior artists, embracing Mile. HARTO*
LKIIT nud Signer MAS' AUNO,
will be given tor positively the LAsT TlMi.S this week.
SAKUANAl'ALL'a
LAST NIGUT
BUT THREE,
This is without exception
the grandest spectacular play
ever produced cither in Eu
rope or America. The offer
ing ? us submit tad with deep
respect to tluit portion ol the
community who holleve tho
theatre is dignlilcd, end its
higher mission fulfilled by
making ad its illustrations
truthful, beautiful nud iu
strurtlve, ami It is gratifying
to hnve s > brilliant a result
as ihe r cord ot over ONE
HUNDRED CONSECU
TIVE PERFORMANCES,
witnessed by THREE HUN
DRED THOUSAND PEO
PLE.
KINO LEAR.
%? NEXT MONDAY
EVENING. December 4, re?
turn ol LAWRENCE BAR
RETT, wh? willl uppear as
KiNO LI.All, the sublime
tragedy glron tor the first
time in this theatre, E. L.
DAVENPORT iwho is espe
cially engagi-di to appear as
?EDGAR. The production
will ha remarkabia lor the
distribution ol characters,
beauty and elaborate
noss of aeonory, novelty in
effects, costliness and cor
rectness nf appoint menu
nnd costumes, the whole
forming one uf the grandest
and must strictly legitimate
Shakespearian revivals yet
presented.
THE SALE OF BEATS
will be begun this (W'cduos
dug at S o'clock.
day) morning i
8ARDANAPALUS
will be clvcn every night this week, at the extra grand
MATINEE TO-MORROW (THANKSGIVING DAT),
ami MATjNtB NEXT SATURDAY,
Theatre comique.
11ARR1UAN A 1IART Pronriotori
M. W HAN LEY Manager
GRAND EXTRA MATINEE THANKSGIVING DAY
Pronounced success of Edward Harrigau's great Rotnuntio
Irish Drama,
IASCAIRE. I ABC AIRE.
An unequalled cast of characters. Edward Harrigan In bit
grant creation of .Michael Delaney. Tony Hart in his life
like rendition of the Iimcatre.
rjpilE GREAT NEW YORK AQUARIUM,
Brosdway and 3,'ith st.
THE WONDERS AND BEAUTIES OF NATURE.
Ten thousand Ocean Marvels.
Ten thousand Lake and River Cariosities.
Mammoth Mousters, little Fishes.
Birds of tlie Ocean, Flowers of the Sea.
NEW FEATURES.
"Kingiyo." or triple-tailed Japanese) Fish.
Hare spotted Codling. White Whale,
intelligent Seals anu a
thousand varieties of Anemone.
Marvellous Kish-Ustching Department.
Skatos, Sharks, Bss*. Pike*. Gsr, Pickerel.
CHOICE PROMENADE CONCERTS
EVERY AFTERNOON AND J-.VKNINO,
EVERY AFTERNOON AND EVENING,
DIRECTED BY HARVEY B. DODWORTH,
HELLER'S WONDER THEATRE
(late Global, opposite New York Hotel,
il hi.LEU'S WONDERS.
EVERY EVENING AT ?.
ROBERT HELLER, HUBERT HELLER.
ROBERT HELLER. ROBERT HELLER,
Prestidigitateur. Plnniet end Humorist.
He hen the ability to mnko the old seem new by nit man
ner of I renting It.
ROBERT H' .LLBR Is one of the best comedians of the
d?v-a natural actor, reminding us of Charles .Matthews la
his best (lavs.
Evcrvtliiuir he does smacks of the lower regions.
MLS- IIELlKK. MisS IIELLEIt,
MISS IIRLLER. MISS HELLER,
in the tinned phenomenal wonder, entitled
si I'KKNAi URAL VISION.
Miss HELLER Is young and beautiful and of commanding
presence. All her predecessor! bate been charlatan! and
bunglcrr. Nothing like Miss llelier's manifestations have
ever been witue ?ed in this or nnv oth r country.
TIIANKSUIVl.NO DAY MATINEE,
THURSDAY, November 30, nt 'o'clock.
ORANO MATINEE EVERY SATURDAY AT 3.
Prices-Orchestra reserved chairs. $1 ; balcony reserved,
73c.: family circle, 5oc.: amphitheatre, 25c.
ROOKLY N tIiEATRE.
Lcsaoea and Managers Marsra. SHPOK ft PALMER
Tlio two grant Tragedians,
Mr. LAWRENCE BARRETT,
.Mr. is l. davenport,
in Shakespeare's JULIUS CvKSAR.
Mr. K. H WARDE ns MARC ANTUNT.
December 4 TH K UNION SOU ARE THEATRE COMPANY
wo
in THE TWO ORPHANS.
CI RAND OPERA HOUSE.
X Slh av. and 23d st.
PoOLE A DONNELLY Lessees and Manager*
M A TIN I'.K TO-DAY. I Open at
.MATINEE TO-IIAY. I IX.
M iTIN EE TO-DAY. I eommenea
MATINEE TO DAY. I at 2.
UNCLE TOM's CABIN.
uncle iom'S cabin.
LAST WEEK OK THIS OHBAI PRODUCTION.
last week ok this ukeat production.
Mrs. O. C Howard as TOP8t
SLAVIN'S G.. ORG IA JUBILEE 81NOKRS.
200 OENUINE SOUTHERN COLORED FOLKS.
THE QBEaT REALISTIC PLANTATION SCENE.
CHILDREN HALK PRICE TO MATINEE TO-DAY.
TO-MORRoW.
GRAND THANKfiGIVINO MATINEE.
Next week Miss LOTTIE ALLEN in CRABBED AGE.
\V a llaok'k bo'cc ic aijltT
?t Mv LE TER WALL AC K Proprietor and Manager
.Mr. WALLACE Is graiilleil to announco the engagement
of the eminent dramatist artd enmeuinn, who Inaugurated
bis present Season wiili the comedy "FORBIDDEN FRUIT"
as a brilliant prelude to his nppcnranca as
CONN,
In his celebrated Irish drama Mm
slfAUGURAUN. 1
The engagement of Mr.
BoUCICAULT
being necessarily limited to a few weeks, the comedy
FORBIDDEN KetUIT. susnended during the run of TIIB
SIiAUOIIKaUN. will bj resumed alter Ins engagement,
alter which a now drama, entitled ALL FOR HER, WlU be
produced.
EVERY NIGHT AT 8,
EVERY SATURDAY aKTERXOON AT 1:30,
will i*o performed
THE SHaUOHKAUN,
with the original east. Including.Mr. John Gilbert, Mr. H. J,
Montague, Mr. Harry Beckett, Mr. E. Aruott, Mr. C. A.
Stevenson, Mr. E. Holland. Mr. Edwin. Mr. Leonard. Mr.
Peek. .Mr. Evtlngr. Mr. Atkins. Miss Dyas. Mme. Ponisl.
Miss Rose Wood, .Miss Joaephlne Maker, Mrs. Softon and
lli-a Biaisdell, ns originally represented as Wallaok's Thea
tre iu 1874.
Box office open daily from 8 to 3. Placet may be secured
four weeks ill advance.
THANKSGIVING MATINEE. Nov. 30. at 1 :.D P. M.
riLKMANiA THEATRE^ *
ITAD NKURNDORFF Director
BvHKY MUiil' THIS WEEK?DER GKORSE WURF
Comedy, in fonr acts, by Julius Rosea.
Box office open dai y from 8 till I o'clock.
DAMliilAN VARIETIES. I OPEN YOUR EYES.
X AltlslAN VARIETIES, Huh st. and Broadway.
EVERY EVENING *T 8. MATINEE Til A N KsuIVINtJ
DAY AT 2. ALL TIIE LEADING SENSATIONS.
1 Greatest Combination of Talent T
in LOVELY
The Liveliest Mill of the Season. I WOMEN.
_<J>
Hew Company. New Bill. Kv-rytliing now this week.
Make no mistake. Nothing like It elsewhere*
Matinee Thanksgiving Day | Best show In New York..
Steinway hall.
ANNETTE F.SSIPOFF'3
GRAND CONCERT.
THIS (WEDNESDAY) EVENING, November 29, a? M
First appearance of Miss LILIAN NORTON.
A GRAND BEETHOVEN NIGHT,
-n..,,. . . Programme.
SONATA, onus 3<), No. 2, In minor,
si . v. v. 'Alexander Sonata.)
Mme. AN.NRT1E E->I l'o|> and Uona ALFRED
LA VITA FELICE, UVIKN'
SONATA "Onset ..... ? . Mi?" LILIAN NORTON.
SONATA. truest una Fantasia." opae 27. R0. a
(Mooullght Suu it.*.i
ROMANZA for violin, *m8' ANNKTTB KR81P0FF,
MIOMOft, VIVIEN.
SONATA, in D minor, op,? vXhZJ*1*** NORTON.
Admission, ONE UOI.&T
Bchuuenh s. Hieinwsy's. and 111 and 1 ifla ui -i '
FRIDAY*. ELEVENTH R^HPOFF
SATURDAY. December 2, u |* ? '
OKAND ESS IPO IF lATfN'U "
(NRAND SOCIABLE WEDv'DRSDAV I V l-vrvri vi ?
JTSuNlti HALL E.VSTl iTIl S fakinkr^p^A"
Video for stkangerss knjovmVta r^'
TAINTY. a LRU.
Philadelphia Ainniemsnta
Zoological garden. faIumou.nt park phit
adeiphla?Open *1 *ily. A large collection of living Liia
beasts, birds and reptiles. Admission, 23c.; children lOo. ?
KIhalfV's alh amhka "palame. ' -
Inauguration of the Winter Season
Monday. Nov. 37. every evening and SntnrUsv Mstl...
AZURINRl (111. VOYAUR TO THK EaRTII *'
XTKW NATIONAL THKAIRE. P11 ILADKLPh7a~
In tiie pkbrlesh momLaccui in iprspiumnb
FKANCAI8K. Everything usw. Saturday Matinee el *

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