Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 22, 1873, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 22, 1873 Page 2
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2 T? liBT Kim m'STWKMg PgRPOWil. \ TTENTION. NEW FI REP HOOF BUILDINO. FULTON, NASSAU AND ANN STREETS. ELEGANT OFFICES TO RENT IN THE ABOVE FIREPROOF WELL LOCATED BUILDING. BEING IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO THE _ CITY HALL, TUB COURTS. THE POST 01FICE, AC AC. OFFICES SUITABLE FOR LAWYERS, BROKERS BANKS, INSURANCE COMPANIES, AC.. AC., CAN BE 11 AD, SINGLY OR EN SUITE, OK ANY DESIRED SIZE, FROM 10X12 FEET TO 26X67 FEET, AT $300, t?IO, $500 AND UPWARD TO $12,000, ACCORDING TO 6IZE AND LOCATION. THE ABOVE BUILDING IS COM PLKTELY FIREPROOF, AND WILL BE READY FOR OCCUPANCY ON OB BEFORE MAY 1, 1S7.H. ALL APPLICATIONS FOR OFFICES TO BE MADE TO HOMER MORGAN, NO. 2 PINE STREET. A LARGE STORE AND OFFICE PROPERTY ON Nassau street to lease?At a reduction on the pros, ent rental. JAMES BIKCIIETT. 16_Wall street, third floor, room 18. A BULKHEAD AND WATER RIGHT. WITH ONEhall block, 400x91.6 feet, running trom Thirteenth tveune to West street, to b ase for a term to suit E. L. A B. S. BURN HAM, UMI H udsoil strect_ A STORE AND DWELLING ROOMS. 347 EAST .t-,.?t i0t _v.?r tin. iprrv : suitable Tor any business; rem $35 \ er month. Apply at'2&8 Spring street. A BULKHEAD AND WATER RIGHT WITH ONEhalf Block. 400x81.$, rtmnins ir in Ihlrtecnth avenue to Went street, 10 lease lor a term to suit E. L. A II. T. BUR Ml AM, 609 Hudson street A THIRD AVENUE (IIARI.EM) STORE TO LET OR lease?2,2tiH, between 1?M and 124th streets; the best business block in Harlem, opposite the Bank, Savinus Bank and Post office. Apply to owner, ROBERT L BROWN, 20 Nassau street. A SMALL HOUSE AND STORE-IN FRARKLIN street: a .Dwelling to alter Tor a Store, in West Broadway. Apply to S. C. SMITH, Frankfort House, 202 William street ^ A LARGE STORE AND BASEMENT FLOOR, 25X100 feet; also Suits of Rooms; extra conveniences; reduced rents; 453 Hudson street Apply to owner, 64 West Tenth street ALL KINDS OF STORES TO LET CHEAP.-TWO Llauor Stores, fitted up. In the Ninth ward, in good locations; a Shoe and a Fancy Goods Store on Hudson street; a Butcher Shop and a Feed Store on Ninth avenue; neat Cottacc on Ninth uvcuue; rent $50. Apply at 603 Hudson street* I A FIRST CLASS HOTEL, KNOWN AS THE RIVE Itside House, unfurnished; situate at CarmansviUe, I52d street depot. North River. Inquire at office 146 West Thirty-flrst street. Broadway property to lease?southwest corner of Thirty-seventh street; suitable lor first class grocery or any other respectable business; 44x85 feet, fine basement, store and Inill above: terms reasonable Apply to J. KOMaINU BROWN, 1,280 Broadway, corner Thirty-third street. BROADWAY.-TO LEASE, THE PROPERTY 632 _ Broadway, through to Croshv street; Broadway nau 01 more or ions separate 11 acsircu. More nnnroaa*ay to let Also Rooms and Lofts over 636 and 638. Apply at 638 Broadway. C1ANAL STREET 6123), NEAR BROADWAY.?STORE, J 90 feet deep; first rate stand for wholesale business; to lease or lor sale. Inquire of JAMES PRICE, 200 Hudson street Desk room to let.?a first rate chance for advertising agents. Apply at the ofllccoftho EVENING TFLEORAM. No. ZAnnstreet Dock property to lease-kioiit lots, 13 feet water. Apply to n. n. SCUOLZ, Kent avenne and Rodney street Williamsburg. Factory to let or sell?218 west thirtyseventh street 23x110, s stories, light all round, suitable for pianos or other purposes. PARTRIDGE, 129 Broad street. Lofts and offices to let or lease?oood light; on a corner two blocks from the new Post office. Inquire of the owner, 183 William street corner of Spruce. Lofts?30x100 feet, with or without steam Power: good light; suitable for printers or bind era Apply to J. F. PRESTON, 27 Rose street* LAROE STORE AND BABEMENT IN SPRING street first house east of Broadway; immediate posesslon, or from May 1. Apply to A. M. FANNING, 23 ast Fourth street PART OF LAROE STORE AND SEPARATE OFFICES to rent, at 23 Park place. Inquire of E. V. UAUOUWOUT A CO. ' STEAM POWER TO LET?WITH WELL LIGHTED Rooms; 25x40, 25x65, 73x36, 25x100. and Basement 26x 80. Apply to NGKH1S A MILLER, 229 East Forty-first street STEAM POWER, WITH WELL LIGHTED FLOORS, for $13, $20, $23 per month; plenty power; low insurance ; immediate possession; tree rent till May 1. K. BELLING, 311 and 318 avenue A. STEAM POWER.?115 LEONARD STREET, THREg doors east of Broadway, two Upper-Floors to let, suitable for light roanutaeturing purposes. Apply to ORIFPrTH A BYRNE, on the premises; also Store and Basement STEAM POWER?TWO ROOMS ON CORNER; GOOD lights; other Rooms, large and small, for woodworkers. Seventh avenue, between Twenty-eighth and Twenty-ninth streets. OTEAM POWER TO RENT-ONE ROOM. 60X80 FEET. O with liKht on all sides; very desirable for wood workers; posse sion at once. Apply to NICBOLH A SMALL. 166 Bank street STEAM POWER?GOOD LIUI1T.-TWO ROOMH 90X96. lour 40x40, one 90x50, and smaller ones; wood and iron workers; low rent; iunnediaic possession*. P. M. WILSON, 40* Uleccker ?trcet_ STEAM POWER-UPPER PART OF BUILDINO TO let; best mid cneapest floors In city; no wood workers; elevators; insurance low. E. C. ROBINSON, 160 West Twenty-seventh street STORE AND UPPER PART OK 48 EAST TWELFTH street, noar Broadway, to lease?Also corner Business Rooms at 819 Broadway. Apply in the bookstore, 54 East Twelfth street. TO LET?8TORB AND HOUSE 2%) SIXTH AVENUE, corner Fifteenth street; Lease and Fixtures for sale. TO LET?WITH OR WITHOUT STEAM POWER, A large Building, four stories, basement and loft; 209 feet front by 75 feet deep; well situated for any kind of manufacturing business, or will be let in Rooms to suit applicants. Inquire at 501 First avenue, between Twentynintli and Thirtieth streets. ' TO LET-A SMALL, NEAT FRONT OFFICE, DESK and furnished. GKoK. SMITH, S.I5 Broadway, one flight up. rpo LET?26 COMPLETELY FURNISHED ROOMS, over first floor of 622 and 624 Broadway, suitable lor hotel purposes. Apply at once to GEO. n. TYLER, Olympic Theatre. TO LET-FOR LIC.nT MANUFACTURING PURPOSES, Second and Third Floors of building 126 West Nineteenth street; riza 25x50, with good light front anil rear. Inquire on premises, or of DEN 1IAM A CO., 266 West Twcnty-tliira street TO LET FOR THREE YEARS?THE FOUR STORY brick House in front and three story frame House In the rear 422 West Thirty-tilth street, near Ninth uveliue; au excellent location lor u grocery store. F. BLANCHE!', 294 Sixth avenue. TO LET?THE DESIRABLE OFFICES INTnE BUILDlng 82 and 84 Nas-.au street, so long occupied by the Couusel lo the Corporation; seven Rooms In number, cither together or en suite. Inquire of TUOS. E. DAVIS, 82 Nassau street rpo LET?FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES. THE SECOND X Kloor of 645 and 547 Eighth avenue. Inquire om the premuwi of J. HbWS, TO LET?NO. 108 LIBKUTV STREET, THIRD LOFT, running through to Cedar street; light trrnn three Sides. Apply to GEORGE DOUULAN, 77 Cedar street. TO LET?WITH STEAM sower, A PLOT OF Ground, six lota; would erect building*on any part or nil to suit lennnta and turnlidi steam power. Apply to McCLAYE Bros., Twenty-second street and Eleventh avenue. TO LET?TUREE SPLENDID FLOORS, 100 FRET front by 4.') In depth, with Steam Power: 23 windows in each. Inquire on premises, 241 to 247 East Fltty-sixUi street, between Second and Third avenues. TO LET-FftR BUSINESS PURPOSES, THE TniRD Floor ot the premises 449 to468 West Twenty-sixth street, 75x54 Feet, with -team power and elevator; steam heating through the building, excellent light and suitable lor any business. Inquire in the office u! JOHN TRAGKSKR, on the premises. TO LET?THE ENTIRE SECOND FLOOR; ALSO some Offlcea on the third tioor of the new fireproof building of the German Savings Bunk, corner Fourth avenue and Fourteenth street. TO LET?OFFICES AND STORES, TWENTY DIFFER, ent kind*. Apply to Dr. W ASHINGTON, 87 Liberty street. T~ O LET?STOUfe AND BASEMENT 1,144 BROADWAY", between Twenty-sixth and Twenty seventh streets, more 18x50. TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES?A SMALL Store in William street; a Rood stand fur a jeweller or tailor; also Frank tort House Bar and Restaurant. S. C. SMITH, Franklort House; nttlcc 202 William It. TO LET?GREATLY REDUCED RENT. LOWER I'nrt ot 16 Dry street, neur Broadway; desirably locajed and arranged. Inquire peraoually ol VAN WYcK A GREEN, 81', Fine street. TO~LET?THE FACTORY PROPERTY NOW OCCUpied bv tlie Blees Sewing Machine Company, corner bridge and John streets, Brooklyn, within one hall block ol Bridge street ferry ; size J2fixt7 feet; a not (#1 horse power Engine and Shafting can he had low. Apply to U. B. BLIS8, IIP Wall street, New York. rpt) i,FT?on ten YEARS' lease, corner CHAT1 ham square and Oliver street; also three French Mansard brown stona (louses In Eighty-fifth street. Inquire ot owner, 783 Lexington avenue, corner ol Sixtyfirst street, L. warszai k. fj^o LF.T-STORE JU8 EIGHTH AVENl'K~ BETWEEN 1 Twentieth and Twenty-first streets; size 20x80 feet; old established dry goods stand; leaec Mid fixtures lor sale. Inquire on premise*. - rno I.KT-MTOU AND BASEMENT, 214 CENTRE 1 street, now occupied for the manufacture of brass goods and sale of plumbers' materials; also two laitls 111 same building. Apply to (J. SOLOMON, 23 F.ltn street. TO LET?A LAUOE BASEMENT, OCCUPIED BY A physician for the last a years, near Broadway; also a fine Second Floor, with Improvements, In saiiim house. Apply ?tH Blocker street, parlor tloor. TO LET-DESK Itn.iM AND PART OK AN ELKgantly turnlsbid onicc, with every convenience, well suited for newspaper correspondents, lawyer, leal estate agent or a private gentleman. Apply atwVescy street, room 9, two flights up. rrt? LET OB LKA8E?FOR BP SI if EM PURPOSES, I the Third, Fourth and Filth lloors of the premises ,1.1 West Thirty-first street; the floors aro eaelt *5xWl; connected wltn elerutor unU well lighted; are suitable lor loan, lorte maker or cabinet maker Inquire iu the Lfhco it F 0. STULLLY. oil th? MttBlJjM. , NEW YO TO LBT FOR BPglWICMH PPEPOBEg. TO LET OR LEASE POR A TKRM OP YEARS?TOX nether or separately, those four story brick Houses on Sixth avenue, adioinkng the Masonic Temple; no restaurant keepers or liquor dealers need apply. P. BI.ANOll ET, 294."sixth avenue.^ TO LET OR LEASE?TilE POUR STORY BRICK House 8811 Third avenue, near Klfty-iourUi stroet; a good location lor any kind ot business P. BLANCH ET, 291 Sixth avenue. TO LET OR LEASE?THE PIYE STORY STORE 357 Washington atreot. between P'r-taukHn antl Noi-th Moore streets; also the Dwelllug House 140 West Pourth street, near Washington square. Apply to owner, ROBERT L BROWN, ID Nassau street TO LEASE?202 PIPTH AVENUE, CORNER TWENTYfllth street through to 1Broadway; permtwlon to alter lor business purposes. Apply to w. w. 8TEPHKN80N, 247 Broadway, room 22. TO LEASE-STOKE. BASEMENT AND SUB-CELLAR, 26zlt)0xll2, or entire live story Building, 86 Nassau street JAMES HIKCIJBTT, 16 Wall street room 18, between 11 ana 4 o'clock. TO LEASE?POR BUSINESS PURPOSES, THE DBsirable four story brown stone front House, 61 East Tenth street, second door west of Broadway ;slxe oi house 28xrit>, with two story extension; lot 91.9 feet deep. Apply to WM. A E. A. CBUIKSHANK, 66 Broadway. TO LEASE?CENTRAL PARK HOTEL, CORNER OP Fifty-ninth street and Seventh avenue. Inquire of H. KUNTEL, 202 West Fifty-ninth street between 10 A. M. and 12 M. TO LEASE?TO MANUFACTURERS, OR ANY HEAVY business, the double Store S3 and 36 Bridge street, near Broad street 43x74. JOHN 8. KELSO, No. 5* Pine street_ TO LEASE LOW?ONE LOFT; STEAM POWER IP wanted; near Broadway. 89 Vescy street ' I u> nr.n? un r un HAun-iiAKUE ABU nnAuu 1 Stores, Dwellings and Lofts In Pearl, Water, Dey, William, Chambers, Great Jones Bowery, Chatham square, Centre street and Sixth avenue. O. W. DITCH K IT, Wo. 2 New Chambers street. TO RKNT?TO A CLUB OP GENTLEMEN, ELEGANT Suit of Apartments, near the corner of Twenty-third street and Sixth aveuue. J. R. EDWARDS, 69 West Twenty-third street WATER FRONT.-8TORE8 AND LOTS ON EAST River to rent, together or separately; location unsurpassed. DAVID w. McLKAN, Ship Chandler, Kast add Delancey streets. _ WORKSHOP TO LET OR LEASE?THE TWO UPPER Floors of 196 Franklin street Apply to owner, ROBERT I. BROWN, 20 Nassau street 3 LOTS TO LEASE-ON THIRTIETH STREET, 175 feet trom Sixth avenue; three oniGansevoort street, near Wost. and one on Fitly first street, near Eighth avonue. Apply to owner, 24tl West Klity-fifth street 4 LOFTS TO LEASE, WITH STEAM POWER, 60 feet lront on Grand street near Centre; well lighted; heated by steam. Apply to S. V. B. CRUGER, la2 Grand street DUELLING HOUSES TO LET. Furnished. A LARGE THREE STORY HIGH STOOP HOUSE? Well furnished; near Grand Opera House; terms low to a good tenant Apply to MURPHY, owner, 16Dey street. A LARGE, COMPLETE AND ELEGANTLY FURnished House, in Forty-third street, betweon Filth and Madison avenues, will be let low to a suitable tenant Apply to 8. BAOHE, 134 to 140 Dunne street A FINELY AND COMPLETELY FURNISHED three story and basement House, 36 West Fiftyfourth street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues, to let to a good responsible party; rent only $200 per month. Inquire on the premises. Am adibon avenue house to let furnished? To a private family; rent $325 per month. Jacob bHARPE, 38 Pine street AC. LOOMIS A CO., 1,254 BROADWAY. HAVE A . large number of furnished and unfurnished Houses to rant on all the principal streets and ayeuaes In the city. An EXQUISITELY FURNISHED HOUSE ON Fortieth street, near Filth avenue: also a large number of others, large and small, in very choice locations. HOLMES BROTHERS, *6 and 48 East Twenty-thlrd^L A NEATLY FURNISIIED HOUSE IN A FIRST class neighborhood, convenient to Broadway and Sixth avenue cars, to let tor $2,40Ul Permits from E. A. DALLEY, 588 Sixth avenue. A?to let. furnished or unfurnished, ttib four story high stoop House 724 Lexington avenue, near Fifty-eighth street; rent moderate; tine neighborhood. A little oem of a brown stone house' to let, fully or partially tarnished, for $138 per month: contains nine rooms: all modern improvements; immediate possession, as the owner Is going to Europe. Inquire on premscs, 106 West Fiftieth street. A well FURNISHED HOUSE, 10 ROOMS, west 1 Twelfth street, everything neat and clean and In splendid order, to rent, for two or three yoars; $150 per month, to respectable parties; immediate possession. Address A. B., station C. Furnished house to let?four story high stoop brown stone dwelling, completely tarnished, below Forty-eighth street, between Filth and Madison avenues, to a private family only; moderate rent to a good tenant Address W. R., Herald Uptown. Branch office. FURNISHED HOUSES TO LET?LEXINGTON AVEnue, near Thirty-ninth street, three story high stoop brown stone, $2,750; no less. Fitty-third street nesr Mmlisgn aveuue, lour story brown stono House and Cor' niture. elegant; $4,000. Fifty-seventh street, between Eighth anil Ninth avenues, four story brown stone, also very elegant; $300 per month. Seventy-first street, near Lexington avenue, four story brown stone; about t'iSS per mouth, and others, hut ask particular attention to Filty-third and Fifty seventh streets. 8. KILPATK1CK, 1,009 Third avenue. House to rent?furnished or unfurnished, the three story high stoop, 222 West Fifty-third street, occupied Dy owner; perfect order; houses of this block have extra large vards. TO LET, FURNISHED?FROM 1ST MAT NEXT, IN Orecne avenue, Brooklyn (on the hill), a three story brown stone House; convenient to Fulton and Wall street ferries; terms reasonable to a desirable tenant. Apply to O. T. BONNER, 20 Broad street,J<ew York. TO LET-VERY LARGE BROWN STONE HOUSE IN Twenty-second street, near Fifth avenue, 34 feet front, either partially tarnished or unfurnished. If leased will be painted and frescoed and put in complete order; has laundrv separate from kitchen; large dining room. Apply to\V. A K. A. CKUIKHHANK, 65 Broadway, or address W. J., box 870 Post office. TO LET-FOR SIX MONTHS OR LESS FROM MAY 1, duringthe absence of the proprietor in Europe, the House 136 West Forty-sixth street, 13x35 teet; five bedchambers, bathroom, parlor, sitting room, dining room, Ac., ELEGANTLY AND COMPLETELY FURNISHED THROUGHOUT; terms moderate for a caretui tenant Apply on the premises, between the hours of 2 and 61*. M. rpo LET-FURNISHED, TnF. THREE STORY HIGH 1 stoop House 141 West Fifteenth street; modern improvements. R. P. BERRIEN, 102 South Fifth avenue. . rpo LET-FURNISHED, POSSESSION APRIL 1, IN 1 Forty-seventh street, tall sized lour story high stoop brown stone llouse, completely and elegantly furnished, with or without private table. Will he rented low to a good tenant. Address box 3,504 Post office, or call on S. LAWRENCE, 192 Front street TO LET?A FULLY FURNISHED-FOUR STORY HIGH stoop stone House, 25x00. in Tweutv-flrst street, between Broadway and Fourth avenue; possession May 1; agent need not apply. Address 11. D., box 1,149 Post office. mo LET?FURNISHED, NEAR CENTRAL PARK. A 1 four story brown stone tront House ; furniture nearly 1 new aud of the best kind; house in perfect order ; will be rented low to a responsible party. Address OWNER, box 3,830 Post office. TO LET FURNISHED?A FIRST CLASS FOUR story nousc on tha Hill, In tine order; every convenience; billiard room; also Stable it desired. Apply to J. DAVENPORT A SON, No. 9 Greene avenue, Brooklyn. TO RENT-POUR STORY HIGH STOOP HOUSE. ON Twentv-flrat street, between Seventh and Eighth avenues, all conveniences, handsomely furnished ; $223 t per month. A. C. LOOM IS & CO., 1,2m broad way. ' Unfurni?be\|. \v A SMALL IVRTCK COTrXoE IN PRAM^LIV PLACE, ' Twenty-sixth street. near Ninth avenue; gas and water; 9 rooms; $40 per month. ^ J. CORBIT, 2fi3 Ninth avenue. A HANDSOME POUR STORY HIOII STOOr BROWN stone Dwelling to rent. In good order; 201 West Forty-second street . rent low to a satisiactory tenant Ingulre next doer of the owner. An excellent four story higu stoop brown stone Mouse, on Forty-ninth street, near Sixth avenue ; gas fixtures and pier mirrors; rent only $4,UU0. A. C. LOOM IS & Broadway. ATHREF, STORY IIIOH STOOP BRICK HOUSE, modern Improvements, West Thirty-seventh street, $1,300; IDO others at moderate rents. Call and lie suited. MORRIS H. BAKU, 7.' West Thirty-loiirth street. A?HEADQUARTERS FOR DWELLINGS TO LET no charge unless satisiactory tenants obtained. Real Estate Office ol S. M. GOODALE, No. 5 West Twenty-third street, r'llth Avenue Hotel. A -to let, a large number of three and four story private Houses, In desirable locations, ' (ruin $1,000 to $2,SOU. Before renting, see my lists. rKAWi i^t viMvrunu. ??> intra avenue. Brown stone three htory house to let or lease, 136 EnM Fifty-eighth street, second house east of Lexington avenue. Apply to owner, ROBERT I. BROWN, Jo Nassau street r LET-TUP. FOUR STORY BROWN STONE HOUSE No 2 East Elguty-xix'h street, overlooking the Onyal Park; Apply n I A1LKK, Jr., 47 Walker street TO LET-TJ1P FOUR BTOftY BROWN STONE HOUSE 165 East Sixtieth street, between laxlngum and Third avenues. For permit apply to ZOFUAK MILLS, ! 310 l.exlngiou avenue, or 114 Frout street. rLKT?POCTM STORY AND BASEMENT BRICK Dwelling, 41t3 West Nineteenth street; modern improvements; rent 91,300 Apply to 0. R. HAWKINS, 433 West Ninet<>enth street or OBNnAM A CO., 366 West Twenty-third street m6 LET-WENT TIIIRTT-8KCOND STREET, HKJ. tween Eighth and Ninth avenues, a three story Engliah basement brick House, containing all modern tinprovemaats Rqnt 91,360. Inquire at 3lnvs(.,t Thirtysecond street between Eighth and Ninth avenues. TO LET-IN HARLEM, THE THREE STORY HIOH stoop brown stone front House 223 East 128th street; newly painted, with all modern Improvements; price 9-100rp6 LET?CHARMING FRENCH ROOF HOUSE, 1 eeven minutes from Liberty street ferry, II rooms, all Improvements; rent 950 per luouth. Apply to A.M. CAP EN, 991 Broadway. TO LRT^COTTAOK HOUSE IN EIGHTY-FOURTH street, between Ninth and Tcutli avenues, nine rooms: garden, stable, Ac.; rent low. Apply to Mr. HAMILTON, on premises, or to TUITER A CO., 309 Weal atreet rro LET?I HE * Til It ME SMIIY AND RASKMBNT J brick House, 2I'? Mulberry street; a good location for ii boarding house; is at present one. 'nuuire in olllco, IK3 Klizsltf'th strueL M RK HERALD, SATURDAY, DWKLLIHU HOU8KM TO LBT. Unlurulabed. TO LET?ON HEYKNTY-EIGHTH STREET, A THREE story and basement brown stone House, in splendid order; rout low to a good tcmtiit. FRANCIS CRAWFORD, 086 Third avenne. rLET-THKHE 8TOUY HIGH 8TOOI' HOUSE 21 Warron place (Charles street). Apply to DAVID GRAHAM, lit Mercer street T9 LET?MAY 1, A PLEASANTLY LOCATED HOUSE, 224 West Fourth street, Itetwecn Christopher and West Tenth street Kent $!,&*). Apply to M. J. LADEN, 38 West Twenty-second street TO LET?28 EAST FIFTIETH STREET, BETWEEN Filth and Madison avenues, an elegant Residence, extra wide trout, 28.1x72, with an extension; lot ltlU tcet deep; In splendid condition; finished In hardwood: mirrors, gas fixtures, steam furnace: suitable for a first class ladies' school or a private club house; rent $4,800. Apply as above. TO LET?A NICE THREE 8TORY BRICK HOUSE IN Seventy-third street between Lexington and Third avenues, will rent lor $1,000, it a p idled tor immediately; on Fll'ty-flith street, between Lexington and Third avenues. a three story brown stone House, lor $I,.'4X); corner Kilty-eighth street and Fourth avenue, a three story brown ttonu House, will rent tor $1,800; In Ntneteeutb street, a Hue three story brick House, tor $1.20". F. 541TTEL, 1,028 Third avenue^ TO LET-HOUSE 317 SECOND AVBN.UE; FOUR story English basement; all modern Improvement* and in perfect order. W. N. UltldWOLD, 741 Broadway, Astor place. TO LET?159 LEXINGTON AVENUE. CORNER TIIIRtleth street, to physicians or any genteel, responsible lainily, four atory atone tiaacmont House, in complete repair ; immediate possession. Apply on promises rpo LET-TWO THREE STORY BROWN STONE JL Houses between Sixth and Seventh avenues, in Forty-eighth street, SI,SOU to Sl.tXJO; I'arlor Floor, with Hasoweut lu a llrst class brown stone House, lor a small iHinil.v, $!)'*). M. S. EKIfc.NI>, 703 Seventh avenue. OfkTlI ETRfciKT.?ENOLISII BASEMENT HOUSE, OU three story, to let, with immediate possession. H. J. UPPE, 260 West Thlrty-lirst stroet. A OD STREET. BETWEEN BROADWAY AND SIXTH rrZi avenue.?Four story high stoop brown stunc, 20x36 xlOO. IIOLMlib BROTHERS, 40 snd 48 East Twonty-thlrd street^ &>)D STREET, BETWEEN THIRD AND LEXINGTON t) nvcnues.?Comfortable Cottage to let: lour Lots; garden, lrult; gas, Croton; good neighborhood. B. C. WAN DELL, next door. mEAST SEVENTY-FIRST 8TREET.?TO LET, four storv brown stone House, with immediate possession If desired. Apply at 13 Broad street, rooni 10. Oil AS. L. BOGKRT. QA O EAST NINETEENTH STREET.?THREE STORY high stoop brick House, 20x50x100: all modern improvements: $1,700. Apply to W. J. HARPER, 862 Third avenue, near Klity-second street dbl ?SMALL three story high stoop ?]pX.* I UU. brown stone front House on Forty-first st., near Sixth avenue, to let Apply at Stratton s Hotise Furnishing Warerooms, 733 Sixth avenue, from 1 to 3 o'clock. FVRMSIIKD noons AJVO AFAllTJUEKtS TO XET. NELEGANT FURNISHED BACK PARLOR?8UITable tor two gentlomen, in a private family; neighborhood firsfclass; location central. Inquire at402 West Twenty-sccoiid street A NEATLY FURNISHED LARGE FRONT ROOM TO let, for housekeeping, at $0 per week. Call at 666 Hudson street A MINISTER NICELY ACCOMMODATED FREE OF charge: several other handsomely lurnished Rooms for lodging, light housekeeping or nice business, to respectable parties; one musician desired. Apply at 737 Broadway, room 10. No agency. A CHEERFUL SUIT OF ROOMS, FURNISHED (UNfurnished if preferred), to rent, to a gentleman or two, without board; 78 East Fifty-third street; $30per month. References exchanged. a FAMILY HAVE A SECOND FLOOR HANDSOME .XX Iv furnished, and, if necessary, two hall Rooms on third floor; modern Improvements; reference. ltU Thirty-fifth street, third door west of Third avenue. Furnished for housekeeping, on first floor?Parlor, closets, kitchen and water, for gentleman and wile; <6 per week; no moving. Apply at 208 West Twenty-eighth street, between Seventh and Eighth avenues. Furnished sinole room to let-to gentleineu. Address M., box EM Herald Uptown Branch office. IN BROWN STONE HOUSE WITH OWNER. LAROE front Room, furnished, on second floor: adjoining Room It'desired; suitable lor gentlemen or light housekeeping; rent moderate, S2U West Forty-second street Fourteenth street green cars pass the door. TO LET?FURNISHED, THE LOWER PART OF House 219 South Third street, Williamsburg; fine garden; rent $90 pur month. TO LET-FURNISHED, A LARGE ROOM, MODERATE price, to gentleman only; no moving in May. 116 East Seventeenth street TO LET?380 WEST 24TII STREET, A FURNISHED Room, to a lady; references exchanged; rent $3 a .week. 6. DOLLARS AND 80 CENTS.?THREE NEATLY FURnished Rooms, connecting, for light housekeeping; hath, closets on Hour; good washing arrangements; nice location. 222 West Fifty-second street near U'oadnay. 7 WEST FOURTEENTH STREET.?FURNISHED Rooms, without liourd, lor gentlemen; back Parlors, Second and Third Floors; also Bedrooms. CO LEXINGTON AVENUE, CORNER TWENTY?JO fifth street?Newly, handsomely lurnlshed Iront Rooms, on second and third floors, to let, without board; references exchanged. OA UNIVERSITY PLACE, NEAR FOURTEENTH OU street?To let. a large, airy Bedroom, handsomely | furnished, to one or two gentlemen, without board; family private; reierenccsexchanged. mWEST THIRTY-SECOND STREET.?A NEATLY fUrnished Room and Bedroom, with conveniences for housekeeping or Board lor a lady only; gas, bath, Ac. OAK WEST TWENTIETH STREET.?A NEATLY OUd furnished Room, suitable for housekeeping, on tlrst Door; terms moderate. Call for three days. UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APART ME NTS TO LET. AN AMERICAN FAMILY IN WEST TWENTY-EIGHTH street will rent Second Floor to a family of adults; Ave rooms; modern improvements; excellent neighborhood. Inquire ut CSS Washington street A?TO LET. A FIRST FLOOR AND BASEMENT, 350 West Seventeenth'street. Immediate possession. 1 Rent low. Can be seen bv permit only: E. L. A B. T. BURNHAM, mm Hudson street. A NEAT UPPER FLOOR, 130 EAST FIFTY-FIRST street, near Lexington nvenue. to let?From the 1st of May; parlor, xitchcn and three bedrooms, gas llxtures, marble mantels, Ac.; rent $26 per month. A CONVENIENT SECOND FLOOR TO RENT AND Furniture for sale, at u great bargain ; rare cliance for pcrtbns commencing housekeeping. Inquire at 271 West Thirty-eighth street (house agent). | A fine first floor TO let?unfurnished, with mirror, gas, water, Ac.; newly papered; rent moderate; no moving in May. Ia5 Thompson street, near Bleccker. First and second floors?with American people, Ninth ward: nice three story brick, partly rear, wide entrance, 14 rooms, ?S50; neat Cottage on Ninth avenue, $Ct)U; throe story brick, Ninth ward, witli all improvements. Apply at tier! Hudson street. Iun r. <? IAK1 VI r iinvnr., mill I.VIJ provemeiits: also Second Floor. Inquire at 32S West Thirtieth street, from 10 uutil 4 o'clock. TO LET-SKOOND FLOOR; FIVE ROOMS; $36 PER month. 40S West Eighteenth street TO LET-PARLOR FLOOR AND BASEMENTS, TO sinull family. Inquire of owner on premises, 413 West Eighteenth street. Only two families in house. rpo wei-10 FAMILY, FRONT ROOM 1 and two Hall Rooms in the second story, with Kitchen; no servant; rent |12u. 321 West Eighteenth st TO LET?UPPER PART of A THREE STORY HIOH stoop house; second story, five Rooms; third story, two Rooms; bath, water closet, gas, on East Nineteenth street ; 1st April or Muy; rent JoSu. Apply at K0LS0M 8, 144 First avenue. "'1 ? . rLET-A FINE SECOND FLOOR OR HALF A Ilou?e; all Improvements: also a large Office Room, suitable lor doctor. Apply at 1.372 Broadway. TO LET?T1IE SECOND STORY AND TWO ROOMS In the third, ot house 27 West Forty-fourth street. 110 LET-TO A SMALL, SATISFACTORY FAMILY, A desirably Flitt, live or six rooms. In lull-sized brown stone house. Sixth avenue, Murray Hill; hulance occupied by smut) family,(three adults). Apply to C. H. LOCK, 171 Broadway. TO LET?TI1K TWO I'PPER FLOORS OF HOUSE 410 W est Twenty -eighth street: all Hie improvements; owner occupies the remainder; rem $15. Apply on the premise*. TO LET?BASEMENT AND PARLOR FLOOR, IN new three story brown stone dwelling In sixtieth street, very handsome. $s5 per month. For a vcrv choice partv, without children, a whole Second Floor and Part ot Third, In a new three story brown stone private dwelling. occuplod by owner; very choice block, desire to call attention to this; only toper month SAMi EL KIT PATRICK. 1 TPPKK PART UF FINE BROWN STONE, 344 EAST* I Thirty-fourth street, to a small family of adults will be rented low, some furnltare; security and refer UPPER PART OP THE IIOl'SE 231 EAST THIRTY, second street, between Sccoud aud third avenues, U> let MEDICAL. * A card.?or. and mrs. bo it, 82 amity street; hours, 9 A. m. till 2 1' M. Am mauricrac, m. d.-oppice 129 liberty . strict, near I.rei'in' u-'i itreet. A?MM K. MAXWELL, PHYSICIAN, RESIDENCE, . 114 East Tenth street, near Third avenue. Dr. and mme. wiiiteino and mme. Dubois, 44 Great Joues street, near Broadway. Dr. and mme. de.siwkk piiysicuns.-41 east TwiMity-cixhth street, near Kourth avenue, jyc kuan klin, 161 1ILKBCKKR STREET. DR~ and mme ORINDi.B, 120 WEST twenty", sixth street, near sixth avenue. j jr. seloen, 67 amity STREET. DR. KINO'S OPPICK. 14 AMITY 8TRKKT, ONE Mock West ol Brosdwav and Orand Central llotal DR. harrison (la 11. uk BLEKCKER street) moved to 71 Carmine sL Mme. rkmtbll no. i east nrrr.second treat Agent* 152 Uroauwtch st and No. 7 SUtU sr. , , MARCH 22, 1873.?TRIPL _ AMUSE WTKWTS. WOOD'S M08RUM. " EXTRA FIRST ORAND MATINEE OP ERNANI AND SOLON SHINGLE, TO-DAY THREE PIECES lO-NIGHT AT 2. Oil bolh occasion*- AT A The performances will commence with the drama of SOLON SIIINULK, followed by the burlesque extravaganza entitled ERNANI; or. THE HORN OP A DILEMMA, concluding with the beautiful nautical drama of TOM CRINGLE'S LOO. AFTERNOON AT 2. KVKNINO AT A ATIBLO'H OAKDEN. NIBLO'S GARDEN. I\ TWO PERFORMAKOE8 TO-DAY. AFTERNOON AT IK. EVENING AT 7*. LAST NIGHTS. THE MOST MAGNIFICENT SPECTACLE EVER PRODUCED ON ANY HTAUK IN THE WORLD. LAST PERFORMANCES, LAST PERFORMANCES, LEO AND LOTOS,

leo ani) lotos, . leo ani) lotos, WITH ITS ORAND COMBINATION OP 8CENERY, COSTUMES, MUSIC. VOCALISE, Pallets, panorama, __ VARIETIES, TRANSFORMATIONS, EVERY EVENING AND SATURDAY MATINEE. THIS SATURDAY. AT HALF-PAST ONE O'CLOCK, POSITIVELY LAST MATINEE RUT ONE. POSITIVELY LAST MATINEE HUE ONE. POSITIVELY LAST MATINEE BUT ONE. MONDAY EVENINO, March 31, a realistic Picture of Lll'e on the Plain*, in which the principal character* will ha assumed br the renewed traUDCr* and ncouts. Hon. W. F. CODY, better known an BUFFALO II!LL: Mr. J. B. OMOIIUNDRO, lamous as'lKXAS JACK; the popular author. K. Z. C. JUDSON (NED HUNTUNfc), an<l the peerless Danscuse, Mile. MORLACOUI. NIBLO'S GARDEN.?LAST MATINEE BUT ONE. TIMS SATURDAY. AT lk O'CLOCK. LAST MATINEE BUT ONE OF LEO AND LOTOS. |JNION SQUARE THEATRE. Proprietor Mr. SHEBIDAN 8H00K Manager Mr. A. M. PALMER BEGINS AT A SATURDAY MATINEE AT 1:30. Carriages may be ordered at 10:10. POSITIVELY LAST [ BRFORMAN0E of A BUSINESS WOMAN, AT THE MATINEE lO-DAY, ATI 30. THIS EVENING, after carefhl preparation, will be produced, with new eccncry and appointments, a charming three aot ComedyDrama, by M. Louis Loroy, entitled COUSIN JACK. Characters as follows:? Jack Valdent (Cousin Jack) Mr. D. H. Harkins George Valdent, a wealthy manulacturerer Mr. F. F. Mackay M. Honnegrace. an adventurer Mr. Edward Lamb M. Chambry, a man of the world Mr. George Parties Chalut, a leader ot the strikers Mr. W. II. Stuart Peter, a youthtUl workman Mlm H. Thorpe Celeste, sister of Oeorge Valdent Miss Eiuily Mextayer Blanche, hisdaughtcr (by his ilrst wile).. Miss Jennie Lee Euuuoliuo, his second wife Miss Mary urlswold Workmen, Rioters, Ac.,Ac. . ? ... MONDAY EVENING. APRIL 14, % v the charming young actross ' - JilSS AGNES ETHEL will reappear at this theatre in her original part of FROU FROU. in Meilhac A Halevy's Drama of that name. Box oHlce open from 8 A. M. to 5 P. M. QOUSIN JACK, gATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 22. QOUSIN JACK, gATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 22. ^TOUSIN JACK, gATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 22. ur oiuoiu.?iiAuiAn urr.UA. MAX MARKTZEK Sole Manager THIS SATURDAY. MARCH 22. at I P. M., FAREWELL LUCCA MATINEE. DER FRE1HCHUETZ. LUCCA, DORIA. V1ZZANI, JAMET. Matinee admission $2. Reserved seats it extra. Boxes 916monday, march 24. BENEFIT OF PAULINE LUCCA. Positively her last appearance in New York. LAST NIGHT BUT ONE f F THE SEASON. CHILD OF THE REGIMENT. pauline lucca as MARIE S1US. VIZZANI, KONCONI and others. TUESDAY, MARCH 26, LAST NIGHT OF THE SEASON, BENEFIT OF CLARA LOUISE KELLOGG. Tickets and scats for sale at 114 and 701 Broadway, and at the Academy of Music. Tony pastor's opera house, 201 bowery. The Wondertnl Female Samson, GRAND MLLE. DE GRANVILLE, In tier terrific ascent to the trip of tho theatre, MATINEE suspended only by her teeth. EUGENE BLITZ'S COMIC PORTRAITS. MATINEE TONY PASTOR'S NEW SONG. New drnma, MURDERED IN THE SNOW. TO-DAY. THE GREAT JOHN MULLIGAN. Tho popular Troupe of favorite Stars. STEINWAY HALU TWO GRAND CONCERTS. MONDAY EVENING, Mnrch 24. THURSDAY EVENING, March 27. HAMPTON COLORED STUDENTS will sing their cabin and old plantation songs. Entirely new programme. Admission, 50c.; Reserved Seats. T5c. Obtainable at hall and Methodlit Book Concern, 805 Broadway. CJI'KINWAY HALL. TTIETOCEAN SYMPHONY, ij Since Mr. RUBINSTEIN'S advent In America a great numner 01 request* nave been received inai nis great Orchestral hymphony. THE OCEAN, bo performed under his personal direction. It 1a therefore, with satisfaction that the management announce T MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 31, the first performance in New York of RUBINSTEIN'S OCEAN SYMPHONY, under the personal direction uud conductorship of the composer. ANTON RUBINSTEIN. ERR ACE GARDEN THEATRES-GRAND CONCERT every evening,-by the unrivalled NINTH REGIMENT BAND, commencing SUNDAY EVENING, March 23. Parquet, 25cents; Balcony, 50 cents. D. L. DOWN I NO, Musical Director. ERRACE GARDEN THEATRE.?MARCO DUSCHNITZ'S Pupils' Performance, Saturday Evening, March 22, 8 o'clock. Tickets at the office. PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, &c7" AT HAINES BROS.' 27 Union square, First class handsome new Pianofortes for sale on very reasonable terms, and sevcrul used a little, very low for cash. ABEAUTIPUL IRONPRAME PIANOFORTE, $123; modern improvements; fully guaranteed; magnificent sevea octave rosewood overstrung: celebrated manufacturer; carved legs, Ac.; immense sacrifice. GOLDSMITH'S Pianoforte Wnrcroouis, No. 7 Bleecker street, near Bowery. A MAGNIFICENT DOUBLE ROUND GRAND SQUARE patent agraffe rosewood Pianoforte, brilliant tone, fully guaranteed, cost $1,100, for $250 cash ; Parlor Suits, Paintings, Chamber, Library, Dining Furniture, less than naif cost. Call this day. Residence 113 West Eighth street (Clinton place), near Sixth avenue. AT 101 FOURTH AVENUE-CHAMBERS, STEIN WAY, Bradbury and other rosewood seven octave Pianos, gennine bargains, $150, $200, $225, $275, $;too, upright and square. CHAMBERS A SON. A MAGNIFICENT ROSEWOOD PIANOFORTE FOR sale, property family leaving city, square grand, made order, city maker, fully guaranteed, used 5 months, cost $ik)U, for $275; Drawing Room Suits, Paintings, Bronzes, Mirrors, Velvet Carpets Chamber, Dining Fiirniture a sacrifice. 38 West 15th st, near 5th av. Anew rosewood piano for sale-can be seen Saturdav. Sunday and Mnndnv: sold on ac I count of removal of occupants. 10* West fwenty-slxth st A LADY WILL 8KLL, JLKS8 THAN $100. HANDsome Pianoforte, including Stool and Cover; carved desk, modern style, round corners, iwect, powerful tone. 28 riiird street, between Bowery and Second a TenuOj ^ | A HANDSOME NEW ROSEWOOD CARVED CASE J\ I'ltno; overstrung bass; all modern Improvements; , up le ml Id tone *, a bargain; price *2 7$, _V?Q *t private residence, 172 i lason avenue, near Myrtle, Brooklyn. I K'AIIK Cni^CrT-ItfeuLX CARVED ROSEWOOD 2\. 7\ octave Pianoforte, brilliant toned, grand action, overstrung bam. agraffe, a'.l improvements A PARLOR OEM.-7'i OCTAVE FOUR ROUND COR. A nered rosewood Pianoforte, carved legs and cure, all improvements, made tor present owner, cost $1,200, tor *300. including magnificent Stool, Cover, Ac.; Parlor and Bedroom Suits, Carpets. Mirrors, Ac.: Basement and Kitchen Furniture; Carpets Me. per yard. Call private bouse 120 West Twenty-third,sireet. A MAONIFICENT FULL FINISHED PIANOFORTE? 2\ Every Improvement, cost *900, for $225; great sacrifice for cash;'warranted in good order. J. hi ddi.E. 18 waverley place, near Broadway. Beautifully carved 71* octave chickerino Piano cheap; best new Piano sold on instalments i and rented, and rent allowed If uur< based. BERRY A CO., 789 Broadway. VfEW STYLES IMPROVED"FIVE OCTAVE Dor BEE if reed Cabinet Organs, ready this month, at reduced prices?$110 and $125. Till- IIOIIV .? II1VI.IV PlRIVIfT ORniVfl arc admitted to bo unrivalled. Their new style* are cheaper than any before ollerod. Other styles $50 to$5uU anil Howards. organs to rent with privilege of purchase, or cold on monthly payments. Illustrated catalogues free. MASON i HAM I.I.N ORGAN COMPANY; 3A I'iiIon sqUAre, New York. PIANOS TO KENT AND TO HEX!)?ON INSTAU menu. \VM A. I'oN It V t (> . M7 llroad way PIANOS (BEAUTIFUL WERER INCLUDED) CHEAP as the cheapest, good as the bust, lor rent or sale; rent allowed pur baser; at MEKltELL'S, No. 8 t'niou square, 165 f ourth aTenue. PIANOS AND ORGANS. ^(7 UK AT BARGAINS; NEW anil most heautilui styles and porlect tones evor mode, and hv best makers, at lower prices lor cash, or monthly Instalments, or lor rent, dnnnit this month, at WATERS', 481 Broadway, than ran bo lound elsewherb. TJIANO?ORGANS.?SPLENDID SEVEN OCTAVE I rosewood l'lano, Ilill moulding*, carved legs, Ac., only $180; Esley A Neelhain Organ*. used short time; bargains. PEEK A SONS, U7 Hlceckcr street. PROPOSAkl. / kTFIOK op THE MIDI. \\|| TERMINAL COMPANY, v/ 25 Nassau Strskt, New York. Notice to Contractors. Sealed proposals will be received until March 14, at noon, dlrei led to the Chief Knirlueer, for the grading and masonry oi about lour miles of railroad work lying westerly from Weehawken terry, N. J. Plans and specifications may lie seen at the engineer's ollloc. The company reserve tho right to reject any ana all bids not sallslaetory. _ ... , ? , D. A. WOOD, Chief Engineer _ O CONTRACTORS.?PROPOSALB FOR RAI8INO and grading Fleetwood Traek will be received at the Park on Wednes<lay, March 2?. specifications can lie 6ceu At tiiu Club Houac on ??atiir?lay, March 1-. WM. 11. VAX COiT. huu?ruitfindont iE SHEET, ABHTSKMKWTS. BOWERY THEATER. WM. B. FRKL1UH If...... SATURDAY EVKNINO, MARCH ft Last night of the threat Drain, of DESTINY. Last night of Oioko popular Songsters, Ule FIELDINUS, and (be patriotic drama, entitle! ROBERT EMMET. MONDAY, JACK II AKkAWAY, from Frank Is* silo's --torjr, In whloli Mr. HERNANDEZ FOSTER will enact a new and original character, written expressly lor him. A BAD LOT IsIn preparation. BOOTH'S THEATRE. BOUOICADLT. Mr. Bdwiu Booth Proprietor and Manager Every Evening, Mr. DION ROUCIGAULT, a* Mike O'Dowd of the Claddagh, In his new Comedy Drama. Illustrating Irish lite, manners and character, entitled DADDY O'DOWD; or, Turn lAbout la Fair Play, assisted by Mr. 8IIIEL BARRY, Mr. ROBERT PAT EM AN, Mr. JOSEPH WHKKLOCK, Mr. OEOROK BECKS, Miss BELLA PATEMAN, Miss MARY WELLS, Miss kAttY YOUNG AND OTHERS In the very strong and efficient cast. Matinee of DADDY O'DOWD on Saturday at 3. Reserved places may bo secured a FORTNIGHT IN ADVANCE at the Theatre or at Dltsou A Co.'a Music Store, 711 Hroadway. QLYMPIO THEATRE. Mr. J. E. HAYES Sole Lessee and Manager. MONDAY EVENING, MARSH 10. EVEKY NIGHT AT i O'CLOCK and WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AT 2. The "American Grlmaldi," OEO. L. FOX, and his mirth-provoking Pantomime of HUMPTY DUMPTY, the revival of which has met with a SUCCESS WHICH HAS NEVER HKKN EQUALLED in the aunals ot amusements. The Grandest Corps of Specialty Artists ever assembled in one entertainment. Theatre comique, 814 BROADWAY. Iicssee and Proprietor Mr. JOSH HART OUAND ROBINSON CRUSOE MATINEE. MATINEE, MATINEE. MONDAY NEXT, ALL THE MAMMOTH MARCH 24, troupe appearing. an entire change sf ROBINSON CRUSOE bill. AT MATINEE. First time of the new RIP VAN WINKLE. drama, MR. J. II. BUDWORTH CAPTAIN JACK; as Rip Van Winkle OR, THE MODOC WAR. AT MATINEE. MR. WM. WHALLEY MISS FANNY LUCELLE, as Captain Jack. MISS CARRIE HAINES, First appearance of MISS IDA GREENFIELD, MISS LILLIK HALL. AT MATINEE. Reappearance of John Hart, Wo. Wcat, MR. JOHN WILD. John Queen, John Williams. MR. PETER CANON, MISS JENNIE HUGHES MR. LARRY TOOLEY, as Robinson Crusoo. MISS NELLIE SANDFORD, MISS ADA WJtAY MR. E. D. GORDON, Jr., as pretty Jennie. MR. J. F. CROSSEN. - MISS KITTY O'NEIL and the CAPTAIN JACK; entire tronpe at - OR, THE MODOC WAB. MATINEE ' MR. WM. WHALLEY TOJJAY as AT I CAPTAIN JACK,, 2tf. MONDAY, MARCH M. GERMANIA THEATRE, Fourteenth street, near Third avenae. AD. NEUENDOKFF Director SATURDAY, MARCH 22, FERNANDE, Comedy In four acts, by Mautner. Box office open dally, from 9 till 4 o'clock. STEIN WAY H ALL?RICHAR D WAGNER THEODORE THOMAS and his UNRIVALLED ORCHESTRA. Tho public is respectfully Informed that THE NEW YORK WAGNER UNION will give their FIRST GRAND CONCERT on FRIDAY EVENING, March 28, when the programme will contain a number of the most popular as well as the latest orchestral works of RICHARD WAGNER, the reformer and most prominent Musician of tho day. Programme. OVERTURE?-"Der Pllegcnde Hollander." VO RSPIEL?"Lohengrc n.' SYMPHONY?"Erolca," Beethoven. SCENES from "Die Walkure." The vocal part by Mr. CARL REMMERTZ. RAISER MARSCH. Admission tickets to floor and flrst balcony, 91 80. Admission tickets to second balcony, $1. Reserved seats, 60c. extra. The sale ol reserved scuts will commence on Monday morning at G. Schlriner's, 701 Broadway. 114 Broadway, and at the box ottlce of Stelnway Hall. Admission tickets can be had at all the principal music stores and piano warerooms. Doors open at 7%; to commence at 8 o'clock. ST. JAMES' THEATRE, Twenty-eighth street and Broadway. O. SWAINE The burlesquo opera BUCKLEY LUCREZIA BOKUIA and and SAM SHARPLEY'S A BRILLIANT OLIO. TROUPE. Begins at 8. Seats secured. Soul-stirring sermons. SIMON M. LAN 1)1 S, M. D., D. d.. Founder and Pastor of the P. C. Church, ot Philadelphia, having leased the ATHENACUM, 685 Broadway, opposite the Metropolitan Hotel, will give a series ol' his scientific, thrilling and eloquent Sermons on Sunday evenings, beginning with the subject? THE ROCK UPON WHICH "THE CHURCH" SPLIT, NEXT SUNDAY, 8 P. M? March *3. Tickets, 50c. and 28c. Kor sale Saturday, from 10 to 2, and Sunday evening, at the Athenaium Ticket otliee. VTEW MUSIC.?MISS SIMMONS' "FROM EAST TO West," wultz, 75c.; J. R. Thomas' "The Old Time," 40c.; MolJoy's " So the Story Goes," 30c.; Strauss' "Doctrlncn" and "Honor the Ladies," waltzes, 75c. each; Millard's "Meeting," 50c.; Rubinstein's "Melody in F," 40c.: fourteenth thousand of our "Gems of Strnuss," $2 50 DITSON A CO., Publisher*. 711 Broadway. XTEW YORK MUSEUM oc ANATOMY, 018 BROADi.N wav, between Houston and Hleccker streets.?Every one should visit this wonderful Museum; it is dill of everything people should sec and understand. Lectures daily on "The Philosophy of Marriage." Those parties unable to attend these important lectures can have them forwarded, post free, on receipt ot 25 cents, bv addressing SECRETARY NEW YORK MUSEUM OF ANATOMY, 6lg Broadway, New York. t~NARU.?PIANO, ORGAN, GUITAR, 8INGINO.?MISS 1 WATSON gives private lessoas, day and evening, at her residence. P3 Clinton place (Eighth street). Instruments furnished for duily practice. T~ O MANA<lieR^?a" FIRST CLASS vaudeville Theatre, in an adjoining city, population $100,(100, will be leased or run on shares with a responsible manager. For particulars addrcas EDITOR OJf TUE CRITIC, 22 Ann street. New York,,.. .: r PARTICULAR NOTICE.?THE LADIES AND OENtlemen engaged to support Mr. Florence at the Academy of Music, Brooklyn, plense meet for rehearsal, at Dramatic Hall, at 11 A. M. to-day. C. E. NEWTON. MUSICAL. AT GIANNETTI'S SINGING SCHOOL, 806 BROADway, lessons private and in class In the pure Italian stvle; terms from $10 to $60. Applications received at W. Hall a Son's, 751 Broadway. A?UALLAM'S MUSICAL .ACADEMY, 12 UNION square.?Piano, Violin, Organ, Singing, Harmony Instruction; pupils under Mr. UALLAM'S tuition or supervision ; clus- or private lessons; terms moderate. Guitar, singing, piano, organ, violin, harmonv.?Lessons private; 92 Clinton place (Eighth street). "Student's Journal" and cir.-ulars mailed free. Address J. JAY WATSON, Musical Director, or call. Mme. bertha johannskn hereby announces that she has resumed instruction in the art of Singing in this city. Address care SCUIRMER'S Music Store, "01 Broadway, New York. Musicians-one cent per SiTeet for new Sheet Music. $10,000 worth from all composers. A large wholesale stock. Every one buying $1 worth will receive 20 pieces into the bargain. Also Fixtures tor sale. Also an excellent second hand Piano, price $95. Must be sold. 94 Bloecker street T~ HE AMERICAN MUSICAL GAZETTE?PUBLISHED under the auspices of the American Conservatory ot Music, contains, besides Interesting reading matter, valuable muaic^|a,bJJtlsUva;; pef irfmnnTr?IiWle copies. 10c. \r\ANf2r?-BY A YOUNG LAD*, WITH CllLTtTA-II ted aito voice, a position in some church, either in Brooklyn or New York. Address for oni week, stating salary, Ac., E. G.. 329 South il St., Williamsburg, L. 1. titanter>?tenor and bass for rt ann's If Catholic church; high salaries to good artists and sight readers. Address, with real name, bfcAION, St. Ann's church, East Twelfth street. LEGAL NOTICES, SUPREME COURT. "X: ul ? In the matter of the application of the Department of Public Park", for and In behalf of the Mavor, Aldermen ami commonalty of the city of Now York, rclutl re to the Opening of Klngsbridge Road, northwardly from the southerly line of 155th street to the Harlem RtVer, as laid out by the Commissioners of the Central Park. In the city of New York. We. the undersigned Commissioners of Estimate and Assessment In the above entitled matter, hereby give notice to the owner or owners, occupant or occupants of all houses and lots and Improved or unimproved lands affected thereby, and to all othars whom It may concern, to wit I.?That wo have completed our estimate and assessment, and that all persons interested In these proceedings or in any ot the lands affecicd thereby, and who mav be opposed to the .same, do present their objections in writing, duly verified, to the undersigned Commissioners, at our ofnee, ISO Broadway (room 15), in the said el|y, on or before the 23d ilsv of April, 1873, and that we, the said Commissioners, will hear parties so objecting within the ten week days next after the said 23d day or April, lsi.i. and for that purpose will Ire in attendance at our said office on each of said ten days, at 11 o'cloe* a. w. II.?That the abstract of the said estimate and assessment, together with our maps, and also all the affidavits, estimates and other documents which were used by us in making our report, have been deposited In the office ot the department of Public Works, In thecltynl New York, there to remain until the fith day of May, 1373. III.?That the limit* embraced hy the assessment aforesaid, are as follows, to wit :-AUUiosc certain lots, pieces, or | arcels of 'and contained, lying and being within the following bounds or limits, that Is to say .?Commencing at the point formed by the Intersection of the northerly line or side of l?*th street with the westerly line or side of the Eighth avenue: running thence northerly along the westerly line or sm6 of the said Eighth avenue to the high water mark of the Harlem River; thence along the said high water mark of the Harlem River as it winds nnd turns to the Hudson River; ihenee southwardly along the easterly side of the Hudson River, at high water mark as said river winds nnd turns. to the southerly line or side of 155th street; tbenon easterly along the said southerly line or side ot 155th street to the easterly side of the Boulevard; thvncc southerly, along the said easterly side of said Boulevard, to the northerly line or side of 146th street; and easterly, along the said northerly line or side oi 145th street, to the point or place of beginning. IV.?That our report herein will he presented to the Suf remo Court 01 the State of New York, at a special term hereof, to he held fn the New Court House at the City Hall, In the elty of New Tork, on the 2fith day of May. 1573, al the opening of the Court on that dnv, and that then and there, or as soon thereafter as counsel can ho heard thereon, a motion will be made that the said report be conllrmcd. henry parsons. ) william .1. parsons, J Commissioners. JOIIN T MrOOWAN, ) Nbw York. March 19. 1373. I V . . AEnJS^ftfBirrs. r Grand opbra house, , West Twenty-third street, corner of Eighth avenaa. Curtain rises at8. Doors open at 7S o clock. . mr. AUGUHTIN DALY Note Lessee and Manager Sardou's brilliant Oomedy on American society. DNCLK SAM; OR, THE FLIRTATION I 11 , (PROHIBITED IN FRANCE.) wilt be riven EVERY EVENING AND THIS (SATURDAY) MATINEE, * Ha nP^* ^ M L ? *T A PPL k BOT, called " "u'ucU "" ?"" itrJiSi v^rwlV JOHN BROUGHAM ga&fite: asa te'S'.K5i Sn^'^S n*7,, Mr. Martin Golden Ciyp Dlri'ROn Mr J W TnnaiitM i??*-;'?,'?*?''1'1 J,u*ton.a "Perfectionist".Mr. J." A Meads y> " Avenue llotet .. Mr. E. Chapman Robinson hr v l- irntrliEm Miss SARAH TAPPLKBOT Mrs. JOHN WOOB Musi Angela Tapplebot Miss Bella Oeidan Orace-Plibburtv, a married Butterfly Miss Mary Gary Miss Betsy, a music teacher Miss Ella Diets Mine. Bellamy, a Parislenne Miss A. Ireland NEW SCENERY I NEW APPOINTMENT3II NEW SENSATIONAL EFFECTS III THIS (SATURDAY) AT I* CLOCK, PIRST MATINEE OF UNCLE SAM I I t UNCLE SAM WILL BE GIVEN AT THE MATINEE, Grand Opera House, this (Saturday), at 1>? o'clock. WALLACE'S. Proprietor and Manager. ..Mr. LESTER WALLACE SEVENTH WEEK. MR. SOTHEKN In bis splendid Impersonation of BAVID QARRICK. This charming pla v is tflOHTLT OIVEN with tho most gratifying success. A perfect ensemble of acting and mlseen scene. Mr. SG I HERN, Mr. JOHN GILBERT, Mr. J. B. POLE; Mr. GEORGE BROWNE, Mr. W. J. LEONARD. Mr. tS. M. HOLLAND, Mr. C. EDWIN, Miss KATHKRINN ROGERS, Mine. PON 181 and Mra JOHN SEFTON. Notwithstanding the extra accommodations provided the demand for seats two weeks In advance Use urgent that aPPTrriTrnw Is strongly recommended. BOX OFFICE OPEN ONE MONTH IN ADVANCE. DAV1P GARHICK EVERT NIOIIT AND SATURDAY MATINEE AT l^F. 11 Carriages may be ordered at 10:15. 5Tn AVENUE THEATRE. Sole Lessee and Managor Mr. AUOU3TIN DALT Mr. DALY begs to announce that the yery brilliant London Comedy. NEW YEAR'S EVE; OR, FALSE SHAM El Will he given THIS (SATURDAY) March 2?. MATINEE, at lk; EVENING, 8 o'clock. Characters by Mr. D. Whiting, W. Davidge, George Clarke, B. T. Ringgold, F. M. Chapman, C. T. Rockwell, Owen Kawcett, Miss Fanny Davenport, Clara Morrta, Nellie Mortimer and Mrs. C. H. Gilbert. * * Seals may always be scoured six days in advance. In preparation DIVORCE; also a new piece, ot SINGULAR EMOTIONAL POWER, by the author of "Leak, the Forsaken I" ?B3. F. B. CONWAY'S BROOKLYN THEATBB. SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1873. MONTE 0RI8TO MATINEE 2 P. M. ' ? Evening at A HOB ROY, THE GREAT MAJILTONS AND SARAH'S YOUNG MAN. KQC?ATHENE UM, t/Otl Broadway, opposite Metropolitan Hotel. R. W. BUTLER Manager The most brilliant and varied performance ever witnessed every evening. GRAND BURLESQUE AND OLIO. THE WORRELL SISTERS, the Queens of Burlesque. SOPHIE IRENE and JENNIE LOUISA'S COURTSHIP. MISS JENNIE W0RR8LL * and LUKE SCHOOLCRAFT. The Star ot 1873, Miss LEONADARE. The beautiftil Vocalist, Miss CELIA BERTRAM. The Black Vivandleres, GEO. and CHAS. REYNOLDS. GEOKOE ATKINS, the fnmons Burlesque Actor. AND OUR REGULAR ATHENEUM COMPANT. THIS AFTERNOON AND EVENING, ^ GRAND FAMILY MATINEE^ ~ f AT O'CLOCK. Children half price. Afternoon, doora open at 1. Evening at 7. Box office open daily. Seats secured In advance. NOTICE.?still more novelties ready for next week. gTEINWAY HALL. MORNING AND EVENING READINGS FROM SUAKSPEARE AND THE POETS. Miss CHARLOTTE CUSIIMAN will have the honor to read THIS (SATURDAY) MORNING, MARCH JO, MISCELLANEOUS SELECTIONS. PART I. I "The Yonng Gray Head" Miss8onthay "The Grandmother" Tennysoa PART II. "The Skeleton In Armor" Longfellow "Hirvo Kiel" . Browning "The Charge of the Light Brigade" Tennyson "Betsy and I Are Out" (By request) The morning readings at 2. Doors open one hour before. Admission, Si. Reserved seats may be had, without extrachargo.nl Steinway Hall, from 9 A. M., in advance BRYANT'S OPERA IJOUSE?TWENTY-T1IIRD ST., between Sixth and Seventh a vs.. near Booth's theatre. GRAND MATINEE TO-DAY, AT 2. BRYANT'S MINSTRELS MATINEE AT 2 O'CLOCK. BRYANT'S MINSTRELS UNCLE EPH'S DREAM BRYANT'S MINSTRELS UNCLE EPH'S DREAM BRYANT'S MINSTRELS UNCLE EPH'S DREAM BRYANT'S MINSTRELS UNCLE EPH'S DREAM BRYANT'S MINSTRELS of the Old KENTUCKY Horn*. BRYANT'S MINSTRELS MATINEE AT 2 O'CLOCK. Bring the children o see OLD UNCLE EPH, TO-DAY at 2. TO-DAt at X UNCLE EPH'S DREAM. UNCLE EPH'S .DREAM. ^?R. OEOROE VANDENHOFF, The Great Shaksperian Reader. MR. OEOROE VANDENHOFF, The Great Poetical Reader. MR. OEOROE VANDENHOFF. The Great Pickwickian llnmoriit Saturday inallnee, 2 o'clock. Association HalL PT. BARNUM'S _ ? . GREAT TRAVELLING WORLD'S FAIR. * MUSEUM, MENAGERIE and % . I nrpro drome, WILL OPEN SATURDAY, MARCH ?. T>: corner of Third a venae and Sixty-third street, FOR TEN DAYS ONLY. One hundred thousand new and interesting novelties; including all tlie most ItARK and COSTLY wild animals; SKA LIONS and other marine monsters, and thousands of rare birds; Prof, i'aher's wonderful Talking Machine, Gianta, Dwarfs, Kill Cannibals, Albinos, the celebrated Aztec Children, the "What Is It?" and many other human phenomena and monstrosities. Also National Portrait Gallery, llall of Statuary and Pine Art and scores of most curious and beautiful moving mechanical automatons, from Paris and Geneva. Trained elcphaatn ponies, bears, camels, monkeys and riding goatd, grand double hippodrome and three great circus troupes, giv- J >ng two separate pertormances at the same time, in two separate circus rings, by the largest corps of talented male and female artists in tbe world. Look out tor tbe great three-mile procession, FRIDAY MORNING and AFTERNOON, March 0 (route to b. published next THURSDAY). ' Everbod.v within W miles ot New York ought to see it. Doors onen iroin I till & and 7 to 11 P. M. Double hippodrome performances begin at 2 and ft. Admission in all Ml cents; children, 25 cents; a few reserved seats, v5 cents extra. Brooklyn academy of music. Mr. W.J. FLORENCE'S last appearanoe in Brooklyn prior to his departure for Europe. .MONDAY. MARCH 24, ticket-of-leave man. BOB BRIF.RI.Y W. 3. FLOREKCB TUESDAY, MARCH 25 (first time In Brooklyn), NO THOROUGHFARE. OBF.NRE1ZF.R W. J. FLOREKCB Box boo* open. LB. LENT'S , NEW YORK CIRCU8. __ MUSEUM, MENAGE BIB, CARAVAN AND 1 ftArtl ,./!?/> ? r D tuncv s. oeetipvlng the entire block bounded by MADISON AND FOURTH AVKNUEB. TWENTY-slATU AND TWENTY-SEVENTH STREETS WILL OPEN MONDAY, MAROIT 31. k "*>AUL FALK'S TIVOLI GARDEN, K. 18 and 20 8b Mark's i>lace (Ehrfifli nT?^ ,lc,wrcT1 Eecon?f and Third nyonnes). TII1S AMU EVERT Aimnih.'Ct, ORAND PROMENADE CONCERT, t b/r an orchestra of 25 of the best magicians. "' ?gr Conductor -JELIX J. Ilia Admission, 25 ccntstgentleman and la<ly). VTETOPOUTAN THEATRICAL AND SHOW P KIN TING i establishment; IIBRALI) BUILDING, BROADWAY AND ANN STREET. A LARUE ASSORTMENT OP THEATRICAL* MINSTREL AND VARIETY CUTS CONSTANTLY ON HAND. the LECTURE BBASOW. A LECTURE, BY WENDELL PniLLIPS, Esq., on Daniel O'Conncll, at Cooper Institute, . on Monday evening. March -A at 8 o'clock. [ ___ Tickets 50 cents. ' ASOUL-STIRBINO SERMON NEXT Sl'NDAY, 8 P. W., at the Athonamm. 5H6 Broadway, t.v Dr. R. M. Landts, pastor o; tno Progressive Christian ChurchoI Philadelphia. Sec card in amusement* StRKF. LKCTUBE?TO LADIES EXCLUSIVELY. OH 1 "The Diseases of Women," by Mrs. If. B. O'LKARY. D.,edltarof the popular health Jonrnal, The Physician, on Monday. March 24, 3 P. M.. at her rooms, ha 4 West Twenty-eighth street, between Fifth avenue and Broadway. No postponement mi account of the weather. Hi The subject will be fully illustrated by means of a very extensive collection or models, manikins, Ac., which aha , selected with great cure, r, gardless ol expense. exDroas- J ly for this purpose while in Europe. J dancing academies. ' ? ?DODWORTII'S CLASSES 1'Olt DANCING, AT JU j JV. Kilth avenue, uow upeu for the recoptiou of iiupilaSeod tor circular. i \T MR. TREMOR'S ACADEMY OE DANCINti t fl LYRIC II ALL, 7?1 Sixth uvcuue < Itu-orvoir *nnare>. ^ IM I'll.scan commence at any tune, attcn<l utUusit , V , convcuience. uuJ LJLAiCi ANY i'ALiiCoI^AR DAMW^ H

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