Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 21, 1873, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 21, 1873 Page 3
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?DABUDKRB WMrTBn. ^ 1' w "houhk west of ~rtrr\i ayen ue?h a n ik somely furnished Room* for faiaUie* or singlo fgjl*# ?lea, wltStKalmloMO. ?>.TW??t Twenty ninth ?t 1R FLOOR TO LET, WITH BOARD?ALSO 81 *OL8 .X ?own*; two acre* of ground RSSlfSP??? kbude trees, Ac.; locality rtr?t da?*. 3*3 fc-ant ^Ittiwth st "IBT AND SECOND FLOORS TO RENT?WITH FRI Jl vato breakfast or mil Hoard if deoiraU. by appllca tea at U Mad toon aniH, direetly wpwita Madleoa square; bouse just leased tc a private family; has been Klu thorough order, and all appointments are strictly class; rooms desirable in every resnejt, arranpe. ?Mutemade by theleaatnor yoar; second flour consults mt Ifm rooms and bath, a? cominunlcaUug LARGE FRONT ROOM-ON SECOND FLOOR, TO let with Board; alio accommodations lor other baardersthonse first clasa; arrangeuents for *Jie Snm Mr. 227 Went Fourteenth street. OR THREK ORNTLEMBN CAN HAVE ROOM, Breakfast and Tea at 153 Henderson street, corner York, Jersey City three minutes from ferry, lainily private. Sunday dinner; price $9. O LARGE, PLEASANT FRONT ROOMS. WITH ju Board, at moderate prices; stationary boMu; plenty mt oloaet room. Ml West Fourteenth street 2 OR S NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET? with dm class Board, to families or to slnale gentle men, at 267 West Twenty-seconu street Refcrenoe. 3 DOORS FROM BROADWAY. >07 WKST FORTY sixth street?Neatly tiirnished Hoomn to let with or without Board, and every convenience, at moderate Frtoe; small family. ;, , , dC TO $7 A WERE FOR COMFORTABLY FUR. VU nished Rooms, with Board; location central and convenient to ca> routes. Apply at 99 Christopher street aear Bleecker. KtB AVENUE, 91 -RLEGANTT.Y FURNISHED tJ Apartment* to let) en suite or singly: meals served a la carte er private table; the house is beiug newly fitted aad furnished throughout SO TO ?10 PER WEEK. $1 BO PER DA Y?PLBASANT vU Rooms, with excellent Board, for families and sin. Me. at 175*, 174 and 17*> Bleecker street six blocks west oi ?road-way. ?7 TO $10 PER WEEK-HALL ROOM TO A Wf single gentleman; alf-o one largo Room .to gentle ?Baa and wife or two gentlemen, $14; Bound first class. 141 Waveriey place. 1A WAVERLEY PLACE?THE FIRST HOUSE IN i" the city.?Handsome front Rooms, $l4,$lfi. $18 and $30 for two persons, with Board; no children; table Board, $fi. 13 WEST TWENTIETH STREET. Desirable Rooms, with Board. 14 TH STREET.?ELEOANT ROOMS TO LET, WITH Board, at 217 West fourteenth street; hou>e strictly class and unusually desirable as a Summer residence; moderate; references. lylTH STREET, 28 WEST, NFAR FIFTH AVENUE. - il Extra large, handsomely furnished Suit* of Rooms, ?n second and third floors, singly or together, with or without Board; house first class. dl A PER WEEK.?TO LET. WITH BOARD. A NICE 911" ly ftarnlshed large front Room on fourth floor, at W West Washington place: will let to gentleman and wife or single gentlemen; Table Board $fi per week. -|/?TH STREET, WEST. 41.?BOARD, WITH HAND lO somely furnished Rooms, front on second and third floors, at very moderate prices, for the bummer; also Hall Room. n WAVERLEY PLACE.?SUPERIOR ACCOMMO datlons for families and single gentlemen on the first and upper floors, with BoartT of the best quality; references required. UTH STREET, S72 EAST.?FURNISHED ROOMS TO let with Board, fronting Stuyvesant Fork, Summer prices. 1QTH STREET, 40 EAST.?EXTRA LARGE ROOM, If/ handsomely (tarnished, with piano; also other Rooms, with first claws Board, to gentlemen and their wives or single gentlemen. ion FOR TWO GENTLEMEN OR GENTLEMAN and wife; new and elegantly (tarnished Room, second story, hath adjoining; neatly cooked Board; pri vate Jam Ily. 223 West Twelfth street ? D STREET. 408, WEST.?TO LET, WITH BOARD, ' pleasant furnished Rooms, with a private family. 23 OATH STREET, 210 WEST.?ELEGANT SECOND Zrx Floor, with private table, to let and first class Board; also handsome extension Rooms on top floor; references exchanged. Q7 WEST TWENTY-SEVENTn STREET, NEAR Zi I Broadway.?Rooms to let with or without Board, on first Hnd cecond floors, to gentlemen and their wives; ?ho single Rooms for single gentlemen. Reference. QQTH STREET. 105, BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND XjO Fourth avenues.?To rent with Board, Parlor and Bedroom, hot and cold water. Ac.; also front Room on top floor; all newly papered and painted; Summer prices; references required. QQTH STREET. WEST, NO. 40?JUST OPENED.-* ?dXJ Newly furnished Floors, suits or singly; Rooms to let witli Board, with every convenience anil attention; bath and closets on every noor; house, table and neigh borhood first class: accessible to hotels and cars. QQ EART TWENTY-FOURTH STREET, ONE BLOCK ZifJ from Fifth Avenue Hotel.?A private family will let with or without Board, handsome Rooms, with all improvements; house first class. QQ WBST TWENTY-SECOND STREET -VERY DE OO strahle Rooms, with Board, to let en suite or sin gly. to families or gentlemen; reference. QQ WEST TniRTY-TniftD STREET.?SUPERIOR OO Board; Summer prices: handsomely furnished Buits and single Rooms for families and gentlemen; also ball Room; everything strictly first class. QC WEST FOURTEENTH 8TREET, BETWEEN 0? / Fifth and Sixth avenues.?Newly and elegantly fur nished Rooms, first class table, for families or ventlemen; transient boarders taken all Summer. References. Qft EAST TWENTIETH STREET.?A PARLOR FLOOR OO of three rooms, private bath. Ac., wllh private table; a Second Floor, to gentlemen, without board; ref erences. Q??TH STREET.?A FINE SUIT OF ROOMS, HAND OU somely (tarnished ann with evcrv convenience, to nnt with or without Board. 214 Madison avenue, cor ner Thirty-sixth street Q7 CLINTON PLACE.?A LARGH THIRD STORY ?FI front Room, suitable for a party of gentlemen, with Board. 0*7 WEST FOURTEENTH STREET.?HANDSOMELY O I furnished Rooms to let with first clam Board, to ?ratleman and wife or (ingle gentlemen. References e? Biwgwn 0#7 WB8T TWENTY-KIKST STREET.?A FAMILY O I will let handsomely furnished suit of Rooms, on parlor or second floor, without or with first class Board; references. OQ WEST TWELFTH STREET.?LAROE FRONT Oi7 Room, with oleove, to let, to gentlemen or gentle nan and wife, with Board; also single Room to rent References. QQ WEST THIRTY-THIRD STREET, BETWEEN Of/ Fifth avenue and Broadway.?Second Floor, Suit ?n third and targe hall Room, separately or together, with Board; reference*exchanged. AC} SOUTH WASHINGTON SQUARE (FOURT* tZi street), third door from Macdongai street?Nieeiv furnished Rooms to let with Hoard, on reasonable terms; house contains ell modern improvements; day boarders taken. AC) WEST FOURTEENTH 8TREET.?TO LET, WITH *X.Ai Board, very large and handsome Rooms, on the eecond floor; cool and desirable for the Hammer. Ref erences required. AA WEST TENTH STREET?HANDSOMELY FUR Trfr nlshed Rooms to rent, with Board, suitable for gentlemen and wives, or single gentlemen; house mod ern. C WEST THIRTY-FTI-TIT STREET.?A HAND J someiy furnished Iront Room and two hall ?ms, with first class Board. A*J BOND STREET.-HANDSOMELY FURNISHED TT I Booms, with Board, to gentlemen or gentleman ?ad wife; table first class; convenient to cars and stages; terms moderate; reference. CA WEST TWENTY-FOURTH STREET, NEAR FIFTH t/v avenue.*?A pleasant second story Room ; table ex cellent ; location central; price moderate; references ex changed. fri WEST TWENTY-FIFTH STREET, BETWEEN OA Broadway and Sixth avenue.?First class Board and accommodations: apaeiofla Kooms, singly or en writeparties having in view a permanency liberally JaaH aritk CO WEST TWENTY-SIXTH STREET.?TWO ELE -featly furnished Parlors, adjoining, to let with "?aafast If desired ; all conveniences; at Summer prices; aoMvenlent to Broadway and lirst class restaurants. CO AND M ST. MARK'S BLAHE.?TWO ELEGANT OO back Parlors to let with Hoard; also one hall Boom; terms moderate; location fine. f?q WEST TWENTY-EIOHTH STRBET.?CHOICE w Booms fbrsingle gentlemen or gentlemen and their wives, with or without Board, at Summer prices. Refer ences required. CA WE8T TWENTY-FOURTH STREET. BETWEEN Ot: Firth and Sixth avenues. -Pleasant Rooms for fam fUee, with Board; also single Booms lor gentlemen; Sum mer prices; central location f?A WEST TWENTY-SIXTH STREET, BETWEEN l^r Brrfadwav and Sixth avenue ?Double and single Booms'. also Reception Boom; good tahle, with home contorts; day l>oarderi taken; references exchanged. CO BAST FTFTY-THIRD STREET ?A FEW OBNTlE UO men can be acoumtnodaled with Board aud pleas ant Booms. ft A WEST" THIRTY-SIXTH STREET, BETWEEN XJt: Fifth and Sixth avoni^? Several well furnished Booms on second and third floors, with superior Hoard ami accommodation ; private family; terms reasonable. IRVINII PLACE, NORTHWEST CORNER Eighteenth street.?Handsomely furnished Rooms to let, with or without Board *TQ WEST FORTY-FIFTH STREET, BETWEEN 4 O Filth and Sixth avenues.?Pleasant Rooms, on second floor. ample closets, hot and cold water, hath, Ac., can be had, with Board, in a private ?Mslly occupying a first class house; convenient to cars and wages. Summer prices. QQ MACDOUOAL STREET.?LARGE FRONT BOOMS CHJ^on second and third flmn, with Board. QQ SEVENTH AVENUE, BETWEEN FIFTEENTH V Y -.-- - cntt> treets.?Two handsome Rooms in a Se^siimmer "** W > terms moderate tor mlAST TWELFTH STREET, NEAR BROADWAY . JJJfflP avenue ?Two er three gehtlfmen csn toc*? Hoard in a private family, at moder and convenient to fiuxioiuis Hoomii. m MADISON AVBNUB.?PLEASANT BOOMS TO ??<?. with first class Hoard, at rummer prices: references IIS BAST JWBLFTH STRRET, ONE BLOCK 1 ? J0? Rrosdway. ?Handsomely tarnished Kooms, wilh first cla?* Hoard, for futmiu>? <>r ?>?- ???,?. .. k. .. , f _ BOAWPKRgWAWTKP. m CLINTON PLACE, BIO UTS STREET, ip K*N rtftk ?bU Sixth avenuea.?FvrafMMd M let with Hoard, pleasant (wrtwak, law* mm! Mall i term* moderate to resectable >Mm<* 1 OK EAST THIRTEENTH ?TREE*?TO LHT, iZU hauiisome Kootnn, witbflrstjiIajajiaarA. 1 90 CHRYSTIE HTKHET?ROONB tOIEJ, WITH ILtl Board, suitable for gentleman and wife or stogie gtiitleim-n. also Rooms for ladtee, wit* Board. 1 <)Q EAST TWKNTT-THIR? STREET.?HAND. iJLtf with it tarnished double and (ingle Rooms, With first? law Hoard, for ts'nillea or gentlemen. IOC LEXINGTON AVBNOE, CORNER TWENTY lOtJ ninth street?To let, on* deable ana one single Room. wtth or without Board; first class bouse and ta ble . ul I modern Improvement*. "IOQ HIXTtl AVENUE, FIRST FLOOR?ELEGANT !?>0 furnished Room to let to a quiet lady, with or without Board , privilege of parlor. 1A A WKRT ThlETYBECONT) RTRRET?A PRIVATE 1/tt: family will let a hand tome Second Floor and Room on third floor, writable for gentleman and wife or party of gentlemen. with or without Board. 1 Aft WEST TWENTY-FIRST STREET?A VERY ItU pleasant Second Floor to let, with Board; alao 4 third story front Room; reterencea mWEST TWENTJT-SECOND STREET.-TO LET, with Board, to gentleman and wife or one or two tingle gentle men, a Hitting aad Bedroom, front; family groan; references exchanged. ' 14Q WEST ELEVENTH STREET.-HANDBOIIELT 110 tarnished Rooms, with good Board (private if de sired) for tnmilieu and gentlemeni house first class and delightfully located tor Summer. Retcrences. 1fi(r WEST TENTH STREET.?A CHOICE OF 1 *?') newly and elegantly furnfihed Rooms, with first class Board, en suite or singly; all modern improvements; terms moderate, references exchanged. ~\nn WEST TWENTY-FIRST STREET, BETWEEN IO I Sixth and Seventh avennes.?Furnished Rooms, with Board, for families or single gentlemen. -I 7Q MADIpnN AVENUE.-tiUPBRlOR ROOMS, EN 1 I O suite and singly, can be obtained at Summer prices, with first class table; best references given and required. 1Q/1 WKST ELEVENTH STREKT?TWO OKNTLE i (Vr men or gentleman and wife can have a large, elegnntlv furnished iront Room, second floor, with good Board; also a large hall Room; terms reasonable; ftumly small. OAA WEST FODRTH STREET.-FURNISHED wUU Room to let, with Boartr; price %6 per week. I)A 7 WKST THIRTV-EIOITTH STREET.?SECOND ZAJ I floor front Room, newly furnished, to gentleman and wife or two single gentlemen, with Board; posses sion at oni c; home quiet, and table a specialty; southern exposure. OAQ WEST FORTY-FIFTH STPKBT, NEAR BROAD. ?\rO way.?A private Jewish fnmilv will let a couple of nicely furnished Rooms, with good Hoard. OAQ WEST THIRTY-EIGHTH STREET?TWO Zfl/O Rooms to let, with Board, to permanent parties, where every convenience and home comfort can be had; moderate terms; small family. 917 WEST FORTY-SECOND STREET, NEAR ST. ZjI I Cloud Hotel.?Elegantly furnished Rooms to let, with Board, to gentlemen and wives or single gentlemen; convenient to four lines of cars; Summer prices. Refer ences. 9Q7 WI ST TWENTY-SECOND STREET.?ELK Zit) I gantly tarnished Rooms, with or without Board; table first class, reierence required. O/r-l WEST F1KTY-SEOOND STREET, BETWEEN Zj*)x Broadway and Eighth avenue.?A gentleman and wife can havQ a furnished or unfurnished front Room and Board, wtth a small private family. OCO -WEST THIRTY-FOURTH STREET?A PRI ZiOU vate family will let, with or without Board, two large, handsome, nicely furnished Rooms and one small er, suitable for gentlemen; terms very reasonable. nftQ WEST THIRTY-NINTH STREET.?A HAND iiU</ sotnely furnished front Parlor to rent, with Board, or will rent for physician's office; can accommo date two day boarders; private family; references. A LADY, LIVINO NEAR THE SEA SHORE, IN A pleasant house, can give three Rooms, with good Hoard, for the Summer, upon reasonable terms; no prq tensions to style. Address lira. G., Mllford, Conn. A FEW respectable BOARDERS CAN OBTAIN Board at Hummitville, Snlllvan county, N. Y. Ad dress Mrs. ANN COONEY as above; terns reasonable. A SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY WILL LET EITHER their second story front alcove Room or third story front Room and hall Bedroom, vrUh first class table and furniture, at reasonable rates for the Summer. 60 West Thlrty-llfth street A PRIVATE FAMILY OFFER A handsome SEC ond Floor, en suite or singly, with Roard. for gentle men and wive* or gentlemen; also back Parlor and Li brary adjoining, suitable for a first class physician. Ref erence*. Apply at 126 VVcst Forty-second street ALaROE, DESIRABLE ROOM, WITH AMPLE closets, to let, with Roard: al?o hall Room; terms moderate. 326 West Fourteenth street A PRIVATE FAMILY, IN A DELIGHTFUL PART of Hoboken, have a Suit of Rooms on second floor to let to gentlemen and their wives or single gentlemen, with or without Board. Address S., box 196Tost office, Hoboken, N. J. ARTRICTLY PRIVATE FAMILY WILL ACCOMMO date a gentleman and wife or two gentlemen with first class Board ; private table If desired; location cen tral, near Rroadway. Address WARREN, Herald Uptown Branch office. Boarders wanted?call at the new.york Boarding Uouse Agency, 4fi East Fourteenth street (Union square). N. H.?Information gratis. Board can be obtained for two children. from three to slxyears, where will be found a good home. Apply at 224 Hudson street rear. Mrs. FLYNN. Board and beautiful rooms and most Suc cessful Electric and Magnetic treatment of Nervous and Rheumatic Diseases furnished at 229 West Thirty eighth street Inquire of Dr. BABBITT. Board upon the very desirable block Thirteenth street, between Sixth and Seventh ave nues.?Newly furnished square and hall Rooms, with ex cellent table, at reasonable rates for the Summer season. Address Mrs. M.. box 102 Herald Uptown Branch office. Furnished rooms and board?in a private family, by a gentleman and wife; also an adjoining Room, with Board, for a single gentleman; between Thirtieth and Seventieth streets, Lexington and Filth avenues. Address S. B. H., box 6,712 Post office, N. Y. ONE BLOCK AND A half east OF BROADWAY, 83 Stuyvcsant street, near Cooper Institute?Elegantly furnished Rooms, with or without first ('lass Boaru; pri vate table if desired. QOUTHERNERS AND OTHERS IN SEARCH OF O Rooms, with or without Board, please call at oenunu'S Boarders' Directory, 37 Union square. Summer BOARD IN THE CITY?near MADISON Park; home comforts, with conveniences of hotel; coolest location in the city; table excellent; prices moderate. 3!) West Twenty sixth street BOARD AND liODUING WANTED. A lady WILL DISPOSE OF handsome MODERN Sofa Bad, In use but few weeks, at much reduced price.. No. 7 west Forty-fifth street. Board wanted?by a gentleman and wife, up town. Address, stating terms, which must be moderate, P. R. W., Herald office. References ex changed. ? TWO YOUNO OF.NTLEMEN DESIRE A PLEASANT Room, with Board, in lloboken, convenient to terry; terms moderate. Address 8., Herald Uptown Braucli office. WANTED?WITH BOARD, ABOVE TWENTY-THIRD street, one large Room, for lady and daughter eleven years old. Address, with terms, 8., Herald office. WANTED-ROARD FOR A YOUNG GENTLEMAN In a respectable private family convenient to the city. Address C. S. E., box 170 Herald office. BROOKLYN BOARD. OOI schermerhorn STREET. BETWEEN HOYT ZiZiL and Hond.?A large, airy, pleasant front Room, to two gentlemen or gentleman and wife, wtth Board; situation convenient to cara and ferries; boaadcrs few and select. HOTBLS. ANOELL'S TURKISH BATHS, #1 LEXINGTON AVE nue ? Pleasant Booms (or gentlemen or families; transient or permanent, wtth or without meals; private table if desired. Baths open all night CALLEN HOUSE, 166 HUDSON STREET, CORNER of Lalght?Excellent Bosrd, 96 to 97 SO per week, wtth single Room; single Room, withont board, 92 and upwards; Lodging. 10 cento, gentlemen only. Open all night MAISON PARISIENNE, SB AND 40 AsT TWELFTH street between University place and Broadway.? Elegant suit and single Rooms: private attendance if required; table d'hote at t'JO P. M., at91 26, ineiudiDg wine. XTEW ENGLAND HOTEL. 30 BOWERT, CORNER OF Xv Ravard street.?200 light Rooms, neatly furnished, ?>e. or flOc. per night, 92 SO to 94 per week. For gentle men only. Reservoir park hotel, corner sixth ave nue and Fortieth street, opposite Reservoir Park - Elegant Rooms to rent, with Board, for fauiilles and single gentlemen, at Hummer prices. COUNTRY BOARD. At the lodf.r house, rye, wbstciiebtkr county.?One Suit of Rooms, with Roard; also several single Rooms, suitable for one or two persons; modern lion*?, with all the Improvements and conveni ences; location high and healthy, affording beautiful views of the Sound and surrounding country A FAMILY BOARDING SCHOOL FOR ROYS AND girls, 14 mllfs trom New York; four vacancies: 9ft per week. Including hoard, tuition, washlug; the com forts ol a country home. For circulars, Ao., address Mrs. H. C. MORRHLL, Manhassett. L. I. Astoria house, astorta, l. i.-wbll con ducted establishment for boarders; fine apartmetita and table; 30 minutes' sail: handsome grounds, scenery, trees, Ac.; terms moderate; country and city comforts combined. Beach house. oaldWbll mountain, n. j. One and a half hours' trom New York, via Morris and Essex RaHrond to Montclalr; 70o feet abeve tide water: no mosquitoes; no chills: good table, ike.; will he opened June I. Apply to J. M. BEACH, 160 Fulton street, rooms 1 and I Board at franklin, essex county, k. j.? House newly fUmlshed; tine location; splendid drives; three minutes Horn the station of Newark, brsnch of Krle. Railroad: lift minutes trom New York. Refer to Silas C. Hay, i? Broadway, or address JOHN A VAN RIPER, Franklin, Essex county. N. J. Board wanted-in a farm mouae in oranob county, N. Y , by a family consisting of OM grown person smf three Children, for the Hnmmnr ; Board innst nut exi t ed >10 IKU Week. Address J, A. J., box l ost office. COUWTRT BOARD. Board for adults or family?at vaku rkhm 4?aoe, tOaaiautes from city; uear car* sf&aiboat ?ad bathing; locatfbn health*. Addrc? Mrs DhKKh, JaruM, Wwrtcheater county, If. 1 BELVEDERE HOUSE, GKKENVTLLE, N. J.-I hereby tako pleasure in mtorrnw my fmodaaNd paMic that I am prepared to receive hoarders for the Hum me r season; good bathing. boating and Halting; SO mlnnies' ride Iron liberty street terry. A. 2KUGNER, Proprietor. CHOUNTRY BOARD IN MOKKlHTOWN.-r.AinL CRO ? quet ground and ample shade, iroit. hathroodk Ac. , live inlimteM' wain from depot and churches. Addrnsa Mrs. L. 8., rare George W Kins, lewei'er. Hometown, tij. CBIOUNTRY BOARD WANTKD?HOT MORE THAN IS ?' or JO on lien from City Hail, for gentleman, wife, six two nurse*. ftntciaaa accommodation*; also for horse* and carriageireference, exchange. K., HerakiUptown Branch office. Children (tabling Add rem J. /COUNTRY BOARD-AT A FARM HOUSE, HEAR DB S?' U pit . oie hoar'* ride from eity: family private; k>?n healthlul. Addren box 68. Woodbrklge Foot office, (COUNTRY BOARD WANTED?FOR A GENTLEMAN, > wife, daughter, si* vear* old, and maM. Large, airy Rooms, nicel.v turniahed, and good, liberal tab%re 1 iilrcd/ Location must be healthy, free from mosquiffrx, e., near the water and within IK hours of the city. Ad dress, giving full particular* ancfterms (which must ho moderate), EDGAR, bo* 1,800 Kew York Post office. /COUNTRY BOARD-AT CATSEILL. AT A PRIVATE \J house, from May 1; terms $8 to f 10 per week. Ref erence, 1>. F Harris. IR2 Fulton street, Now York. Ad dress 8. W. HOI.BROOK, Catakill, N. Y. COUNTRY BOARD?ON THE WEST SHORK OF THU Hudson River, one hoar from the city. mountain air, ?ne scenery and large rooms Address MANSION llOUSK, Piermont, Rockland county. N. Y. COUNTRY BOARD WANTBD-HY A LADY AND her son Id years; good table, battling and fishing in dispensable : terms moderate. Addrosv, with lull par ticulars, C. B., bo* 143 Herald office. pOUNTRY BOARD WANTED?FOR GENTLEMAN, \J wife and two children, aged 2 and 4 years, and two nurabs, in a private family, where up other boarders will betaken ana within two hours' ride ol city. Address WILLIAM, Herald Uptown Branch office. First class board on Shrewsbury river, near Long Branch; table und attendance equal to the hotels: terms $14 per week ?, also furnished Cettages, with Board, frontinK the water ; tine bathing, boatinp, Ac. Address K. DARROW, Oceanic. N. J. /lOOD HOARD CAN BE HAD AT A FARMllOUSR VT on the hanks of the.Hudson: has 1C miles of river view; good table ; plenty of fruit in season. Apply to J. C. FISHER, MnrlborouKh, I'Ntcr county, N. Y. MONTCLAIR, N. J ?A GKNTLEMAN AND WIFE OR small family can find first class Board In a private family, where there will lie no other hoarders lawn; fruit and shade trees, stabling, Ac.: terms moderate. Address box 163 Post office, Moutclair, N. J. (JOMHER BOARD.?THREE FAMILIES CAN BR AO IO commodated; delightful upland location; large, airy rooms; a few niinuW walk trom railroad and boat Ad dress box M PeckskiU, N. Y. TITANTED?BY A FAMILY OF THRRR ADULTS fv nurse and two children (oldest two years), Board for the Summer months; on the Hudson River preferred; must be within one hour and a halt oi the city. Addre s, stating terms and particulars, J. s. T., box 6,061 Poet office. WANTED?BOARD IN THE COUNTRY, WITHIN ONR hoar from City Hall, forgcntleman, wife, two small children and nurse: terms $30 a week. Address, Willi full particulars, J. PRIOE. box 2,4(10 Post office. WE INVITE ALL APPLICANTS DESIRING COUNTRY board. No branch office; headquarters established 1867. BOARDERS' D1RKCTORY, 787 Broadway. SUMMER RESORT*. A T SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y. A Grand Union Hotel wPi open June 1, for the reception of gnests; Pro#ssor J. M. Lander and his superb band have been en tinned for the season: rooms can be engaged at Metropolitan Hotel or Oilsey House, New York. Address BRESLIN, GARD NER A CO., at Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Bath hotkl. Bath. L. I., AUO. FUNK, 8*., Proprietor. This popular Summer resort has been completely reno vated and refurnished and U now ready for reception of hoarders; sea bathing, fishing, beating, Ac. For particu lars apply as above or at Irving Place llotel, corner Four teenth street and Irving place. C10ZZENS' WEST POINT HOTKL J will open on Saturday, May 31. Two Cottages to let, with Board in Hotel ; special terms ollered to parties engaging rooms for the season. For particulars address EDWARD COZZENS, West Point. N. f. f\ REGORY HOUSE AND CARPENTER HOUSE, lX Lake Mahopac, N. Y., will open for guests June 16; Board $4 per day; four trains daily t'rom Grand Central Depot, Forty-second street, Harlem Railroad; Mr. J. Bernstine's Orchestral Band has been engaged for the season. For terms, Ac., apply at the hotel or addresaJ.S. RAMSAY, Proprietor. Lake side house-orange lake, six milp.s west of Newburg City, formerly kept by F. H. Pierca, Is now open for the reception of boarders; good huntinir, boating and fishing; boats new; carriages to convev boarders to ana from Newburg ; references. Samuel M. McKay, firm of Height, Halsev A Co., 472 and 474 Broome street, New York. For particulars address NOAH MATllEWSON, Newburg, NT Y. ? AKcnnuuu.?r mm AuifUBMUVAUunH. AJ splendid drives, shady walks, sea bathing, good food, stabling, elegantly furnished: references ex changed. Address C. E. H., box 448, South- Norwalk, Conn. LEIOHTON HOUSE, NEWMAN SPRINGS, RED BA.NK, N. J.?This delightful Summer resort, bountifully situated on the Shrewsbury Hirer, is now open tor guests. Iron springs, -line drives, flvhing, boating and bathing, billiards and stabling. Rend for circular. FgTOBRlCK HKltdKR, Proprietor. . Long branch, n. j.-the united statis hotel will open for the reception of gnests June 16. For erms, Ac., address M. M. LAfKD, Proprietor. Mountain house, south orange, montrose station, N.J.?This favorite first class hotel is open for Spring and Summer reason; it has all the conven iences and comforts of ? city hotel: 00 minutes from loot of Barclay street, via Morris and Essex Railroad; 34 trains dailv. C. HITZELBURGEK, Proprietor. Mountain view house?on the banks of the Hudson, at Germantown, N. Y.. Is open tor Board ers, at moderate terms. Address P. W. ROC KE FELL Mi, Proprietor. Overlook moun"rain housk-on the oats. kill*, via Kingston. Ulster county, N. Y. For par ticulars address J. B. LASHER, overlook Mountain House, Wo ?dstock, 5. Y., or JACOB SHARPE, 14!) Broadway. PARENTS AND GUARDIANS ARE OFFERED A HOME of comfort and refinement for their daughters with a lady residing near the Shrewsbury River, 30 miles ftotn New York and five from Long Branch, where they may receive instruction in any of the higher branches it de sirable ; references of the highest xcspectability ; terms reasonable. Address box 28 Seabright, N. J. PREMIUM POINT nOUSE.?DELIGHTFULLY SITU ated on the Sound; sea bathing, Ashing, boating, pleasant drives, stabling: no chills'ann fever; 4.1 minutes tromcitv. A. V. PLYMPTON. M West Twenty-fourth st PEABODY HOUSE, Yonkers, on the Hudson, now open. The tappan zee house, NYACK, on the Hudson, one hour from New York citr, will be opened June 14 lor the reception ol guests, and kept in the tiest style. Dia grams or the house may be procured byaddresstpg " L. D. MANSFIELD, Proprietor. THE WEST END.?FORT WASHINGTON, OPPOSITE the Palisades. This first class hotel will shortly open; baths wltii rooms: Iron aud sulphur spring on gronads; rooms shown daily. CHAS. U. SHELLEY. THE EQUINOX HOUSE, MANCHESTER, TT., ' will open Jane 10. Address, by mail or telegraph, F. H.J3RVI8. MVJUOO. ??? iv?i iui/ i" t unmaii oil >u ii purchase in view, cosey Cottage, all improvements, within Bhort hour of City Ilall; will pay $<u> to $900: im mediate possession. Describe minutely U> GOOD TENANT, WOODSBURO PAVILION, WOODSBURG, L. I.-THIB uiagiiiticent hotel will be opened June 1. Can be reached by Southslde or Long Island Railroad. For terms, Ac., address N. P. SEWELL, Proprietor. "*~ HOUSEsi7 ROOMS, ?C? WASTED. In tills Cltjr and Brooklyn. A GENTLEMAN DESIRES A MEDIUM SIZED furnished Room. Address, giving terms, 0. A. W., Herald office. A ROOM WANTED?SUITABLE FOR LIGHT HOUSE keeping, either ftarnlshed or unfurnished. Address, stating terms (which must be low), ECONOMY, Herald of fice. A RELIABLE PARTY, A LADY AND DAUOHTER, desire the care ol a house duri ng the absence or oc cupant for the Summer. Address, for one week, L. A N., Herald Uptown Branch office. JJ0U8E.-WANTED TO HIRE PERMANENTLY, wltl box IMl^Port office,"New York. WANTED?A FLOOR, FOR A CARPENTER SHOP. Address, stating location and terms, W.A.T., 433 West Eighteenth street. TIT ANTED?FURNISHED HOUSE, BETWEEN TWKN tt tv-eighth and Thirty-fourth strcota, Madison avenue and Broadway; private family. Address B., box 147 Herald Uptowu Branch office. WANTED-TWO OR THREE NEATLY FURNISHED Rooms for housekeeping by gentleman and Wife. Address, ntuting location and price, which must be tow, W. B. P., Herald office. WANTED-TO BENT A SMALL HOUSR, IN GOOD location, handsomely ftirnished. Address, with terms and location, E. Si ANTON, lierald Uptowu Branch office. TIT ANTED-BY AN AMERICAN FAMILY OF THREE tt adults, a nice Floor, from 4 to6 rooms; vicinity of Fourth or Sixth avenue, below Fortieth street; rent moderate. Address P. J., 29 Greenwich avenue. TIT ANTED?A SECOND FLOOR OF FOUR OR FIVE TT Rooms, with all modern Improvements, for a family of three adulta; location between Tenth and Fortieth streets; rent 123 to (30 per month. Address PARM1NTEH, Herald office. In the Country. A FURNISHED HOUSE ON SHREWSBURY RIVER, wl:h two or more acres ol gtound, stable, Ac., wanted for the season. Address MKRCATOR, Herald office. WANTED TO RENT?WITH IMMEDIATE POSSES, sinn, a Farm of 100 acres or more, situated in Dutches*, Putnam, Colombia or Orange county. A ten ant ready address J. E. B., Herald office. WANTED TU PUKCHAHK flK) BRICE MANUFACTURERS.-WANTED, BT CASH J. customer, 40,000 good Quality seconds Brick. Address BUILDER, box 174 Poet office, New Brunswick, N, J. SIF.ATING FOR A PUBLIC HALL WANTED-AD I dress, stating kind, quautitjr and price, wi.fcb must be m. MtATtt B AMUMKmMEWTfl. OOTH'H THKATRB. NBtLSON K.iwln Booth Manager and Proprietor Tkf HMnM English I ruKvUh iiim , M1BB NKlLKOII, AMY ROBS ART, In Hallidav's grand Historical and Romantic. Drama, as played by wr at the Drnry Unc Theatre, London, tor ^ ?VB* 100 CONSECUTIVE MOUTH. Mr. PBAN4M8 BANGS ....a* LEICESTER Kntira mw He*nary, Costume*. Ariaora, Appoinrani nts. Music, Mechanical Effects and an Increaaod miliary force and Corps de Ballet of nearly TWO HUNDRED PERSONS. BVMT BVRNINO and SATURDAY MATINEE at 1 JO. Hotioa.?OarTlaK< ? may t>e ordered at B) Ai. Va secure a choice of places, the management would respectfully suggest that seat* he eecured aa lar Ul ad vanoe aa possible. Branch Tickelotttce ai Diteon A tip.'a QLYMP1C TUBA THE, M* BROADWAY. EVERY EVBN1NG DURiNU THE WEEK AT 8O'CLOCK and WEDNfeKDAY /INI) SATURDAY MATINEES AT 2. LAHT WEEK Bl'T TWO 01 OEO. I, BOX'S Hl'MPTY DUMPTY. SECOND AND LAST WEEK. of ALA I ALA I ALAI A1.AI tfce Darin* European Gymnast, whose double somerset* are pronounced by the press to lie Uie MOST STARTUWO ACTS KVEK SEEN IN THIS CITY. LAHT WKKK BI'T TWO Oh' THE SPECIALTY ARTISTS. LAST WKKK BUT TWO OK TUB OLYMPIC PAN TOMIME. Pee Hunipty Duiupty ere he bids farewell U> New York. ClENTRAL I'ARK UARDEN.-THEODORK THOMAS. / J. KOCH A CO Proprietors

THEODORE THOMAS' UNRIVALLED SUMMER NIGHTS' CONCERTO. Programme lor tins (Wednesday) evening. May 21, at K L Overture. "Siegu ol Corinth" Rossini 2. Allegro Vivace, , ? . Adagio?Allegro Molto. J ?Sf ^ I Beethoven Pastorale ^ ' I - ' ?3. Walts. ' Life 1^:1 ui Cherish" Strauss 4. Selection* in,in "Masanlcllo" Auber 8. Overture, "1)1 Ballo" mew) A. S. Suillvau 6. Cradle Bong v B tiercel 7. Ncherxo. "Reformation symphony". Mendelsohn K llilroductitui, Chorusttod March, third act < . of "Lehencrln" .. _ ) *?*??? *. Overture. "Marry Wives ot Windsor" Nlcolai 10. Quartet. "Higoleuo'' Verdi 11. Watt-/,, "Wiener Kronen" Strauss 12. March ol Victory. , iiibe Admission !W cents. Packages containing 1- tickets, $4. fan lie obtained at the principal musical stores; also at Ktt& Broadway and Central I'arh Ouril<-u. PRIVATE HiIXUS $2 KXTRA. TOMORROW (THURSDAY! ITMim, MAY 2ii. ORAND EXTRA CONCERT; CARD TO THE PUBLIC. The management In gs to uniioitnee that on ana niter Thursday evening, May 22, the Orchcatru at Central Park Harden will be ii anniented to the same numerical stand ard as that, maintained bv Mr. Theo. Thomas tor his oon ecrta during the Winter season. It In believed th.it the taste lor Orchestral Music has so tar improved and the ilcuiund tor It become so general that only programmes of a hlglior order will bo accept able. The lUitiittifcmcnt has then-tore yielded to tins wish ol Mr. Thomas hy increasing the. orchestra, in order to enable him to gjve die works ol' the masters in a worthy maimer. Special attention Is invited to the Thursday night Con certs, on which jeeasions the programme will comprise symphonies, Ac., ami Mr. Thomas will piodticeu number of new and important works. The price ol admiaaiou will remain the same, except on Thiu-sday evenings, when a slight increase of twenty tive cents will be made in order to tneet the additional expenses. In making thin change the management feels con fident that it has met the wishes ol the music-loving public. PACKAGE TICKETS WILL NOT BE RECEIVED ON THURSDAY NIGHTS. Rubinstein saii.s for f.dbope Saturday.? HIS l,AST APPEARANCE IN AMERICA takes place at Steinway's to-morrow evening, when ho will perform thirty two ot his lavoritc compositions, includ ing his Variations on YANKEE DOODLE, with whioli lie *111 bid "GOODBY" to America. Terrace garden theatre, I'iflty-eighth st., between I.e vlngton and Third av?. SIMMER SEASON OT OPERETTA AND LIGHT COMEDY. THIS (WEDNESDAY) EVENING. MAY 21, AT S, "ZAIIN8CHMERZEN," "173S THR. 22 SQR., I! PP.," "H ANNI WE I NT,?HAN SI LACHT." Admission. fiOc. Reserved Heats, 25c. extra. Boxes, $1 50 extra. Packages of 12 tickets, $4. Mrs. f. b. CONWAY'S Brooklyn THEATRE. MONDAY, MAY 19, AND EVERY EVENING, ?MAN AND WIPE. Mr..Frank Roche Mrs. F. n. C inway "f^LASPBD TO HER BREAST HER BABY LAY; Ol;, Wreck of tile Atlantic," new song, Pratt, 40c.; "Drift ing Into the Harbor," Webster, .16c.: "Just Touch the Harp Gently," 30c. : "What Mollie Said," Wellman, 30e.; " Eileen Alanna," J. R. Thomas, 40c.; ? Bright Hope." II. P. Danks. Stic.; "Fusionen." and ''High Lite" waltzes, Strauss, fl6c. < uch. DlTsoN A CO.. 711 Broadway. RUBINSTK1V WILL HI.AV, ON TO MORROW EVEN ins, his last appearance In America, variations ou YANKEE DOODLE (first time). PIANOFORTES, OHOANS, ?fcC. t -A.-LOOK AT THIS!?maonifiuent 7l* OCTAVE J\.. lour rouml carved legs mid ease lull iron plate rosewood Pianoforte, used >-e v <? n months, cost present owner $1,0);), lor $3k); rich Stool, Cover, two mii'-ic Cabinets. i,c0) pieces ot? shout Music all Included; aIho Parlor Suits less than half com. ('all thin day private residence 120 West Twenty-third street, near Sixth uv. A -AN ELEGANT Fflllll ROUND ROSEWOOD A. patent agraffe grand a<'tion Plunolorte, made to order, tor sale cheap; cost w-w, tor tltd); one grand smtare lor $225, also the Furniture ot my re side nee, 2 id West Zlst tl., near he\eiltli av. J. D. LANSING, m.D. A magnificent rosewood pianoforte for sale?Made order; city maker; fully guaranteed; used '?> months: cost $!**). for $275. I'arlor, Chamber. Dining. Fnrnituro; a sacrifice; property lumily leaving city. West 13th st, neur ICh av. A lady will sell an ELEGANT upright 7 octavn r one wood Pianoforte, short time used (cost price $6(i0), for lesthau half; iu perfect order. 28 Third si. At BKTTS' warebooms, 788 BROADWAY, Con ner Tenth street, new and second liund Pianos and Organs, tor cash or instalments, or to rent, $3 to $10 per month. A BEAUTIFUL 7. OCTAVE ROSEWOOD PIANO, richly carved ease and legs, $168. New ones lor solo and to rent st JOHN v AGON'S, 224 ban. Thirty-ninth ht^ A SPLENDID assortment OP stkinway A SONS' second hand square, grand and upright Pianos for sate at a bargain. Also a number of Instrument)) of otner first class maker*. Every Instrument in good order. STEIN WAY A SONS, Stelnway if all. A GREAT karciain OP ELEGANT SECOND HAND Pianos at less than ha!l their value and good as new, at KISCHER'8, 428 West Twenty-eighth street, near Ninth avenue. American pianoforte company, m broad way.?Pianos of six lirst class makers, new ana second hand, for sale cheap lor cash or by Instalments and for hire; also Parlor Organs. A FIRST CLASS seven OCTAVE ALBERT WERER Piano, all Improvements, in perfect order, for $209, cost $620. Apply Wednesday nod Thursday at 'J31 Second avenue, near Korty-nnitli street. A FEW PIANOS OF OUR OWN MAKE, RETURNED from hire, nearlv new; at bargains for casn, or on installments; the snuie to rent; all 7j< octaves, and in perfect order. arion pianoforte CO.. No. 6 East Fonrteenth st A BEAUTIFUL ROSEWOOD PIANOFORTE, ONLY $190; 7 octave; carved legs; overstrung bass; agraffe; cost $600; a great bargain for cash. J. biDDLE, 13 Waverley place, near Broadway. A?FIFTY NEW AND SECOND HAND PIANO . torfes, twenty standard Organs, at a great socri flce; 7 octuve Piano, pearl keys, carved legs, only $200. PEEK a SONS, 127 Bleecker street BARGAIN.-BBAUTIFUL 7 OCTAVE CARVED ROSE wood. $150; carted logs, overstrung, every Improve ment; warranted ; instalments taken; $12 monthly. R. CABLE. 107 West 23d st., corner 6th av. C1BICKERING, 8TEINWAY, BALLET, DAVIS * CO. J and other new and sceond baud Pianos and Organs tor rent and sale on small monthly payments; very cheap. BKRRY A CO., <ifa Broadway. tIASH OB INSTALMENTS.?wr HAVE A NUMBER J of first class Pianos for sale that were rented during the Winter, in perfect order and warranted; also several cheap second hand Pianos. WM. A. POND * CO.. 647 Broadway. First class 7* octave pianos, at whole sale only, at onr new factory and warerooms, 244 and 346 West Twenty-seventh st pbasb a k1nd8troM. J P. HALE IS MAKING 10,000 WORTH PIANO ? fortes for the trade from his new 7w octave scale*. Give him a call. Thirty-filth street and Tenth avenue. Magnificent 7* octave rosewood piano forte, having carved legs, overstrung bass agraffe, Ac ; great sacrifice; please examine; Chickering make Piano only $100; bargain. JAMES GORDON, 167 Bleeckf r street PIANOS (BEAUTIFUL WEBER INCLUDED), CHEAP as the cheapest good as the best, for ront or sale; rent allowed purchaser; at MERKELL's, No It Union ?qiiafe, 166 Fourth avenue. PIANOS. SECOND HAND, OF VARIOUS MAKERS, IN thorough order, for *ale at low prices; also Pianos to reat and on iustaimenu, by CHICKEKING k sons, 11 East Fourteenth street between Broadwav and Fifth av. PIANO8 AND oboan8.?GREAT BARGAINS, NEW and most beautiful style* and perfect tones ever made, and by best makers, at lower prices for cash, or monthly instalments, or for rent daring this month, at WATER*'. 481 Broadway, than can be found elsewhere. THE MOST RELIABLE, BEST FINISHED, AND RICH, est toned Pianofortes manufactured, from $225; seven octave Pianoforte, nearlv nuw, only $16') CO operative PlANOMAKERS, No. ? Ureat Jon?s street, near BronJway. UPRIGHT PIANOS.?a SUPERIOR assortment toasaie or rent at OUVRIER A SON'S, manufac turers, 27 West Thirteenth street between Fifth and Sixth avenues. MVSICAti. American conservatory of music. General office, *3 Broadway, near Seventeenth *t; normal branch, Union aqnare (Decker Brother*' build, ing). Por particulars apply to H. schrobder, director, n. B.-May number of Musical Gazette 10c. per copy. /1ARD.-m18s WATSON GIVES PRIVATE PIANO, \J Organ and Gnltar Lessons at her residence. ? Cliff, ton place (Eighth streeti. Instruments furnished for dally practiee. Circular*, with particulars, mailed free. 1jm)B pale-a melodkon, IN GOOD ORDER, 4* < octave, for less than half It* original coat 3? Riv Ing i on street WANTBO-A BOY 8)ncbr 10 TRAVELS LIBERAL terms. Address MUSIC, bsi ?,?# New york Post ?oa. a ANTED-a LADY bingbr AND PERFORMER ON the piano one with a good voice can find a plea* auicl siiuatonu bt addr*s?<i? M18K. i,ih) BroaU ??ik N amrmbimwrn iblo'S GARDEN. AKRABL. LULU. TWO performances TODAY. TWO pbkformabceh TO-DAY AFTERNOON AT TWO. bvkninq AT bioht. avthrnoon AT TWO. . EVENING AT kji.ll i. tbt brilliant Ballet- Pantomime, azsabt. OR, tilk mac1c CHARM. LULU, LULU, liui.U, sensation uymnatit, WHOSE DARING bxploith HA vk CREATED THE UTMOST EXCITEMENT And THRILLING enthusiasm in THK MARVELLOUS BO cm) from THE STAGE TO THE CEILING AND THE TRIPLE HOMEBSAULT in *1 id-AIR. Til If* avteknoom AT TWO. evening AT eioi1t. TWO performances TO-DAY. AFTF.RNON AT TWO. etknTnq at EIGHT. everything FRESH IN THE pantomime. BP LBN DID SCENERY, COSTUMES, appointments. threr URAND BALLETS. MME. lankier, MLLK. LDPO. 60 HALLET CORPS. SUPERB transformation SCENE. Residents of tkn counties in three states CAN ATTEND THE MATINEE at NIBLO'S GARDEN tnir (wednesday) AFTERNOON AT TWO. ANI> GET home BEFORE EVENING. Curtain ri*e* at X Falls at ? GOD'S museum. YANKEE LOCKE. POSITIVELY ONE wf.f.k only. w BVENlN'l AT & engagement of the celebrated Comedian YANKEE LOCKE, in bit new tlruuia or TRUMPS. trumps. afternoon AT 2. special tor MATINEE performances. The ctluriumix actress LOtllsE SYLVESTER in Maedcr'a drama ot NIP. ~\\T ALIiACK'k Vt Proprietor and Manager Mr. LKFTBB WALLACE last THREE WEEKS of uie PRESENT brilliant SEASON. LA ht 10 NIGHTS <>l Mr sotiieun. iaAST NIGHT OF TI1R SQUIRES last SHILLING. Mr. HOTHBBN will, on THURSDAY, the ant, alm>on 33d. 2<th (Matinee am) nujlit), 2mu, 27ih and ifltli, appear iu lin, great origi nal character of LORD dundreary, written and created by niuiscli; in the Comeay ol "OITR AMERICAN COUSIN." ou THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDA v, the 29th, 30th and Hint (Matinee and nlghq, being positively the LAST tiirek NIGHTS. Mr. sotuern will pertorm Dundreary's cnlebrnted BROTHER SAM, and will likewise nppeur an DUNDREARY MARRIED, thus representing both the brother* each evening. Mr. WALLACE ban much uleamire in hiiuounciuu that tbo last m\ nights of the present season will lake place at tho Brooklyn- Aeadeniy of Music, witli Mr. sot1iern in hu orlgmal cmucto Theatee com1que, B14 broadway. mr. jopip iiart lessee and Proprietor Messrs. POOLE a DONNELLY Manaueru MATINEE, TO-DAY. MATINEE, TO-DAY. MATINEE, 6t 2%. TO-DAY. MATINEE, TO-DAY. MATINEE, TO-DAY. MR. JOHN thompson, mr. JOHN THOMPSON, mic JOHN thompson, mr. JOHN thompsjn, in his great specialty of DIXIE. THE ON i Y MATINEE OF DIXIE. THE ONLY MATINEE OF DIXIE. mr. JOHN thompson PLAYS SOLOS UPON 21 MUSICAL instruments. MR. JOHN thompson IN NUMEROUS BONGS AND DANCES. MR. JOnN thompson in HIS magicali ENTERTAINMENT. THE POWERFUL COMPANY appearing. everything BRILLIANT, FRESH and attractive. FRIDAY EVENING?Benefit ot Mr. John Thompson. u nion SQUARE THEATRE. Proprietor Mr. sheridan SHOOK Man&tfor Mr. A. M. PALMER BEGINS AT 8. saturday MATINEE AT 1 -.30. THIS (WEDNESDAY) EVENING, may 21, will be nctcd ap original play, by mrs. SHERIDAN SHOOK, entitled WITHOUT-a~ HEART, with the following powcrlul east:? Robert Mitrston, a gentleman ol leisure who paints lruin a love ot the beautiful.. Mi. D. II. Harking Sir NVilhain Broughton, who loved to his sor row Mr. V. F. Mackey Sir Henrv .lolinstono, "utrlenrt In need" Mr. B. Lamb Lord Slantleld, a gentleman Ireiiuentlj met with in soeiety Mr. II. W. Montgomery Rev. Mr. Sherwoud, rector ot Woodbridge, Mr. W. B. Laurens James DoliHon, a man who loves "siller," Mr. Welsh I'd wards Hotel Waiter Mr. W. Qnigiev Servant to Sir William Mr. W. Stuart Martha Dobson. ) wltlL0"1 ) Mlmm Ma? Laura Hatliway, f appSaranee. S Maudo ?r*nCer Lillie Sherwood, gentle, loving and forgiving. Miss Mary Grlswold Marian Stone, a woman of mystery... .Mrs. J. D. Oerinon Alice, >t devoted domestic Miss Kate Holland Mary, nurse to Master Robert Miss H utile Thorp Jane Miss Charlotte Case TIME?THE PRESENT. ACT 1.?Library at Woodbridge. ACT lirand Saloon ot Hotel at Rrnssels. ACT 3.?Parlor In Sir William's House. ACT 4.?Home ol Robert Marston. ACT 5.?Exterior ol Hotel at Brussels. Between the lirsf and second acts a lapse ot two years, and between the second and third acta a lapse ot three years. The scenery by Mr. Richard Marston The music b.v Mr. H. Tlssingtoii Mechanical rHerts by Mr. W. Saunders and assistants Properties by Mr. W. Henry Seats may be secured six days in auvanoe. FIRST MATINEE SATURDAY NEXT, AT 1 JO. OF WITHOUT A HEART. D RUBINSTEIN'S VARIATIONS ON YANKEE DOODLE will bo pejformed by blm for the FIRST TIME IN AMERICA at his last concert in America to-morrow night. AN BRYANT'S MINSTRELS. MATINEE, THURSDAY AFTE~BNO0N, MAY 22, 1873, BENEFIT OF MR. J. SIMPSON, TREASURER. TO COMMENCE AT 2 O'CLOCK. STE1NWAY HALL?RUBIN8TEIN?TO-MORROW evening, last appearance in America of RUBINSTEIN, who will play S2 ol his own compositions, including Vari atlons onTANKKB DOODLE. J * (1ARD.?PIANO, ORGAN, OUITAR, SINGING, HARP, J Harmony; private lessons only. Hi Clinton place (Eighth street). "Alinei-voiis la M unique" giren away. Read and profit by it. Circulars mailed. TH STREET OPERA HOUSE. SAM PL'RDY AND COOL WHITE'S MINSTRELS. EVERY NIC (IT AND SATURDAY MATINEE. 34 C1LOWN SUITS, TIGHTS, TRUNKS, SHIRTS, HOSE, I all sizes and colors, plaid and striped, in worsted and cetton. Enclose stamp tor circular. UNION ADAMS k CO., #37 Broadway. TIIK LKCTLIIK. BKAWOW. I Farewell lecture. 1 GEORGE MACDONALD on U AM LET. AT ASSOCIATION HALL, corner Twenty-third street and Fourth avenue. WILLIAM CULLEN BK ^^^wiR preside ; add runs by THURSDAY EVENING, May 21,? at 8 o'clock. Tickets tl, reserved seats (1 90, for sale at fichlrmer's, 701 Broadway, and at Putnam's, corner Twenty-third street and Fourth avenue, "3 PAXCafi ACADKMlKtt. SAUSE'S DANCING ACADEMIES. PRIVATE LESSONS at any hour, day or evening. CIRCULARS at Private Academy, 212 East Eleventh st BI|,LfARI>H. il -STANDARD AMERICAN BEVEL TABLES AND ill. the i'hnlan k Cullender Combination Cushions tor sale only by the patentee, H. W. COLLENDER, successor to Flielan k Collender, 73d Broadway, New York. A GOOD BILLIARD TABLE?NEW, S AND 10 J\. carrom, for sule cheap. Call at Piano :ttore, 21? East Twenty-third street, near Third avenue. ? A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OK NEW AND SE<" ond hand Billiard Tables, nonpareil bevels: also plain new styles, all with the cntgut cushions; closing out at a discount. KAVaNaGH k DECK KB, ?oraer Canal and Centre street*. ^^^?LEOAL MOTICE8v^^^M DDISTRICT COURT OF THE~ UNITED STATES FOR ? the District ol' Massachusetts. In the matter of Hannibal J. Kimball and Edwin N. Kimball, bankrupts, in bankruptcy. A warrant in baukruptcy ha* been Issued br said Court uaiast the estate of Hannibal J. Kimball and Edwin N. Kimball, formerly copartners, transacting business at Atlanta, in the flute or Georgia, and both of Newton, of the coanty of Middlesex, ol the State of Jlaesschusetts, In said district adjudged bankrupts upon the petition of Hannibal J. Kimball; and the pay meat of any debts and I the delivery of any property belonging to said rupts to them or their use, and the transfer ef any ertvby them are forbidden by law. a meeting creditors of said bankrupts, to prore their debtaM choose one or more assimees ol their estate will be held the delivery of any property belonging to said bank rupts to them or their use, ana the transfer ef any prop erty by tnem are forbidden by law. A meeting of the creditor* of said bankrupts, to prore their debts and choose one or more asnirnees ol their estate will ha held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to he holden at Boston, In said dlstricCpn the Uttt day of Jnne. A. D. 1873, at 11 o'clock A. M., atthe United States Court Honsa, before Andrew F. Jewett, Esq., one of the Registers in Bankruptcy of said Court ROLAND G. USI1KR, united States Marshal, Massachusetts District, as Ms-we ti ro' IAATCHKR, JKWKLRV, Ac. ~ IjW* SALB AT A BARGA1N-A LADVSG01.D I.KVKK 1 Watch (Rngllsh), three qnarter piste, (ewelled, Ai quite new; also a very tnasaive xeid Chain lor saute. Ad dress T. U. 1M Fourth street Wiiiiaiaslmrg. B AMTSEMKN'M. OWKRY THKAI"*K " WM K KRI LIllll Mar..,,. GKEAT SUCCESS of ll AKRY'sKVMo'l'lk s new original drama, in a proloxuc and three acts. _ entitled fiyw LIRRE; Or, U'KELLY'8 M1H8ION Founded on adventure* of a corre^ondcut ot" the New York Herald. . _ Ci.mprtsing intensely exciting TABLEAU'S, SULFATIONS AND .vrAKTLINii EFFECT* MIMIC Ac., Ac. 1 ' Preceded hy the new lame of CONNECTICUT COURTSHIP. IN PREPARATION?A tie w local drain*, entttled the J?OV BURGLAR. rrn avenue theatkf, tm and 730 Broadway" l) ? Curtain rises at 8. Carriages mav be ordered for II. Bole Lessee aud Manager Mr AUGUSTIN DALT Sean may ha secured tor any of the closinr nights of the season. Box sheet open from ham to c p M. FVKRT NIOHT AND SATURDAY MATINEE Will be acted an ORIGINAL. PLAY. In lour aefs, hy Mr* AUGUSTIN DALY, partly founded on the must receot dramatic work of Dr. S. H. MOSENTHAL, ol Vienna, and entitled, MADELEIN MOREL. THE SCENERY, Music. Upholstery, Hsngfntr*, A p.. polntments, Furniture and Toilets all NEW and MAG NIFICENT. TUB OAST; Julian, Count Dalberg, a Country Gentleman of the olden German Manner ......Mr. George Cla%ke Frederic Von Arnlm, a Modern Alelbiaden, who is lilving his Last Feast 'This Hide tin Line" Mr. Louis James Barou Otto Von Rcinwald, one of the Happy Houried Mr. llenry Crisp Riedel. another Mr. Edmund Pierce Lord burlvy, an English Pleasure Hunter, whose purse purchases both gladnss* and dfrlef ? Mr J. W. Bemoyne te Ahlio Valinout, the Gentle Pastor of I.inz Mr. Charles F is baa Blasmitz, a ?;>-ntletiian given to change, and who hits but ouc sorrow?he won't stick I Mr. James Lewis Ktobel Mr. F. Chapman The Beadle Mr. J. II Burnett Countess of Dalherg Miss Fanny Morant Lottr, her Daughter Miss Haran Jewett Marguerite Miss Nina Vurlau Merope, the Actress Miss Fanny Davenport Phadie, of the Varieties Miss Kosa St Clair Pervenehe Miss Clara Morris Marsiaretla, tlic Widow of 1'hllllp and the Mother 01 Fredrlka Mrs. 0. H. Gilbert Madam Wilhelmflia Miss Nellie Mortimer Martha Miss Roberta Norwood Dorothea, ) ( Miss Griffiths Franciska, 5 Marguerite's Bridesmaids... < Mis* Casskly Caroline, ) I Mibs Stewart The action pnsjos at the present day. The scene of the tlrst and second acts Is Vienna; that of the third Hint fourth. l.Inz, la and about tho Daiherg domain. After the third act a lapse of one year is to bo supposed. A MATINEE OP MADELF.I.V MOREL SATURDAY, ATUiO^LOCK. GllAND OI'BRA HOUHE, T? enty-third street, corner of Eighth avenue. Begins U to 8. Carriages may be ordered for 11. . Solo Lessee aim Manager Mr. AUGUSTIN DAL* LA8T TEN NIGHTS of Ma OnARLKS FECHTER NGS, GEORGE PRICE, Miss MONTE CRISTO. LA8T TEN NIGttTS of the present brilliant engagement and of tko Magnifi cent Dramatic Spectacle. SATURDAY, MAY 24, LAST MATINEE BUT ONE OF MR. FECHTER AND MONTH CRISTO. Supported by Mr. CHARLES WHEATLEIGH. Mr. J. B. ST0DLEY. CHARLES LECLEROQ, C. H. ROCK WELL. B. S. RINGGOLD, J. W. JENN1N DEVERE, DORSEY OGDEN, Miss LIZZIE CHAPMAN, MUs HENRY and others. V Peats may now bo securod for any of the LAST NIGHTS. Box ofllee open troni 8 illi fl. Special office ill vestibule of Filth Avenue Theatre, 738 and 730 Broadway. rQfr-,ATHENE(TX THEATRE. ?)OtJ Broadway, opposite Metropolitan Hotel. Manager .......U. W. BUTLER The greatest amount of attraction in New York. GRAN Ik DOUBLE COMPANY. BURLESQUE, PANTOMIME AND OLIO. ATHENEUM. I MATINEE I MATINEE ATHENKUM. I MATINEE | MATINKE ATHENEUM. I MATINEE I MATINKE THIS AFTERNOON, AT iii O'CLOCK PRECISELY A BRILLIANT AND VARIED BILL HP NOVELTIES. The Queens of Burlesque, THE WORRELL SISTERS, in their Mimical Extravaganza, entitled VE ROBBERS OF YE OLDE.V TIMKS. THE GREAT ZANFRETTA TROUPE of PANTO3IIMI8TS, eichf In number, in their Comic I'antomiftie, JOCKO. Olt THE BRAZILIAN APE. ADD RYMAN, ADD RYMAN, ADD RYMAN, the celebrated Comedian and author, who returns to tho scenes ot his former triumphs after a most tlutU'rlnK ungatfemont in Caliiornia lor the past two years. LUKE SCnOOLCRAFT, THE KING OF FUN. WM. WEST, GEO. 11. COBS, GEO. ATKIXS, and the regular Athencum Company. Afternoon?Door.) open at 1; evening at 7 o'clock. RUBINSTEIN'S LAST APPEARANCE IN AMERICA. 8T KIN WAY HALL, TO-MORROW EVENING. RUBINSTEIN'S LAST APPEARANCE IN AMERICA, c?iTiHtittitIntr his SEVENTH RECITAL and FIFTIETH CONCERT IN NKW YORK, and two hundred and fifteenth ?nil last Concert in America, forming A BRILLIANT CLOSE TO THE mosttriumpuant CONCERT SKABON ever known i* the musical history of America. PROGRAMME. Prelndo and Fugtte, A flat major Rnblnrtcifl Prelude*, E maior, H minor Rubinstein Theme ami Variations ....Rubinstein Melodies, F major, B malor Rubinstein National Dances. Waltz, Ma/ourka Rubinstein Barcarolle*. F minor, G ma|or, A minor Rubinstein Romunce*, F major. A flat maior, Tarantelle.. Rubinstein. Val*e, PoIonai.se do la Funtalsle Le Kul Rubinstein. Suite, Sarabaudc, Passu Pied, rourrauto, Gavotte Rubin* tela. Serenade Rune Kabinstein. Caprice Russc, de rAIbum de Petcrhof Rut instein. New Melodic, Impromptu Rubinstein. Nocturne, (i flat major, scherzo Rubinstein. Miniatured, Serenade? Pre* du ruis.ieau Rubinstein. Etudes F minor, F major, C major Rubinstein. Nocturne, A flat major Rubinstein. Variations on Yankee Doodle Bubinsti'lu. The above comprise 32 OF MR. RUBINSTK1 N'S FAVORITE compositions, including. for the flrst time here, hi* VARIATIONS ON YANKEE DOODLE. Admission $1. imrttd Seata SI extra. Tony pastor's opera house. 201 bowery. TIIK WONDERFUL FLYINO MAN, 11ARD1E. THE PKINCE OF MAOIC, Prof. FRANCOIS. THE VETERAN comedian, CHARLEY WHITE. ST. GEORGE AND GIBBONS, SONO AND DANCE. BTLLY PASTOR'S LOCAL MELODIES. THE NEW SENSATIONAL DRAMA, THE DRUNKARD'S WIFE. D. L. MORRIS. THE GREAT DUTCH comedian. ALL THE STARS. Matinee* on Tuesday and Katurduv. STEINWAY HALL.?TO-MORROW NIGHT RUBIN STEIN will bid farewell to America, plavinr tnlrtv two ot his own composition*, indudimr. for the tlrat time, his VARIATIONS ON YANKEE DOODLR. * BRYANT'S OPERA BOUSE-'TWENTY-THIRD ST. between Sixth and Seventh avenue*, near Hnotli'a Theatre. Every evening at 4 Saturday Matinee at 2. BRILLIANT success. #R()Wi)ED HOUSE* Genevieve de BryanL My Old Dad. Can You Stand On Your Head? Moving 1st of May. Banjo Comicalities. Under de Gasiitdit. BRYANT'S MINSTRELS. BRYANT'S MINSTRELS. BRYANT'S MINSTRELS. BRYANT'S MINSTRKLS. BRYANT'S MINSTRELS. BRYANT'S MINSTRKLS. BRYANT'S MINSTRELS. FAMILY MATINEES EVERY SATURDAY AT 1 BRYANT'S OPERA HOUSE. EXTRA MATINEE. ON THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 22, 1873, BENEFIT OF MR. john SIMPSON, TREASURER. ACADF.MV OF MUSIC. ITALIAN OPERA. MAX MAKETZEK Director. ONE NIGHT only, prevlon* to the departure ot the artista for Europe, WEDNESDAY EVENING, May 2S. POSITIVE I, Y LAST APPEARANCE OF THE THREE PRIMA DONNAS, PAULINE lucca, clara LOUISE KELLOGG, SENORA SANZ, Together With Rigs. V7ZZANT, VERaTI, MORIAMI, JAMET, RONCONI and other*. Aiubroise Thomas' Opera of MIONOX. MIGNON PAULINE LUCCA FELINA ....CLARA LOUISE KELLOGG AND OTHER ENTERTAINMENTSL Ticket* and seats can be obtained to-day at the Aca demy, 114 and 701 Broadway. AT STEINWAY HALL, WEDNESDAY EVENING. MAY 21, 1873, Addresses on the Discovery, History, Chemistry and Application fu Surgery of Anesthetic*, by j. Marion sims m. d? Professor FRANK H. HAMILTON**. D.. and ProioMor R. OGDEN DORBMUS, M. D., with an by Rev. HENRY /aRD BEECRER. Mayor Havemeyer will preside. Admission $l. For said at the book and mmlc store* and Steinway HalL Doors open at 7. To oommence at 8 o'clock. THE CONCERT PROPOSED TO XTSELT WILL NOT occnr; an affliction having transpired precludes its RUBINSTEIN-LiUIT NIGHT INAMBRICA, tomor. row evening, at 8, at steinway HALL. Hi* last appearance In America., Rubinstein will play 91 of his compositions, including, far the drsi time in America variation* on YANKEE DOODLE. ' VTEW YORK MUSEUM 09 ANATOMY. 618 BROAD. ?1 wav, between Houston and Bleecker street*.?Everr one shonld visit the wondertul Museum i it iafUll of every tliintpeople should see aud understand. Lectures daily on "The/UloSMhy of Marriage.' Those parties unable to attend thesefhiportant leotare* can have them for atwiafei? xfeia Broadway, New York. ' STEINWAY'3.?CLOSE OF THE rubinstein SKA SON.?TO-MORROW (THURSDAY) EVENING. May tj P. M., last appearance in America RUBIN STEIN, constituting hi* seventh reciui and fiftieth con cert In New York, and IlMh concert in America, forming a brilliant close to the most triumphant musical seaauu In the history of America vtetropolitan _____ THEATRICAL AND SHOW PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT, HERALD BUILDING, BROADWAY AND ANN STRBiiT. A LARGE assortment OF THEATRICAL MINSTREL AND VARIETY CUTS OONS i'AN TLT o* ~b7ki>

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