Newspaper of The New York Herald, June 9, 1873, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated June 9, 1873 Page 2
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F CITY KKAIi HWTATB WH MIJi Central* OR BALE? NO. IS FAST BE YE NTT-FOURTH _ at reel. between Firth and Malison uvenues, a supe rior lull-sized new brown stone ironi house. 2Sxi!0xitJ2; orlce $65 000; two-thirds can remain on bond and mort gage. 0?0KaE HOWES, U7 Wall street East Side. A real baroain-the four story high stoop bro?n stone front. No. 2*3 East Forty-eighth atreet: 66 lee I deep; lot 100; 14 room*, paln'ed: eleitant Pd new carpet*; price $14,000. terms to suit. A '_nly to mEndBLSON. ,? Nassau street, or to FBIDENRICH A CO., ?u6 Tbirfl avenue. ABAKGAIN FOB A QUICK BUYER? VALUABLE Tenement Property on East Eleventh street, near Second avenue; well rented ; will sell vejyr low if bought Immediately. Apply to owner, WM. H. MILLER, 171 Broadway, room & 5 Wee* Sid*. A BULKHEAD AND WATER KIOHT. WITH ONE lialt block, 400x81.6. for sale or to lease tor a term of years; running troni Thirteenth avenue to West street E. L A B. T. BUKNHAM, gUV Hudson street, New York^ F- OR SALE? A SPLENDID FITS STORY DOUBLE tenement House in Jane street newly painted, with modern improvements, and filled with first class ten ants. Apply to 1>. S. DODD, No. 331 Washington street TWO LOTS ON WEST EIOHTY-THIRD STREET, with Mouse, near the Boulevard and Riverside Park, for sale cheap, to close an estate. Apply to N. QUACK EN BOS. No. 7 Warren street room IX FULL LOTS ON THE NORTHWB8T CORNEB OF Eighth avenue and Ulth atreet, looking diagonally Into Central Park, Morning Bide Park In rear, will be sold at auction. In one parcel. By MULLER, WILKIN8 k CO., on WEDNESDAY, the Uth inatanL 70 per cent on mortgage. MitctHaneoai. VfEW TORE CITY.? THE CHEAPE8T LOTS ON il Manhattan Island; oniy $700 per lot tor abont 26 tots; a small amount ot cash will bay them. POTTER BROTHERS, Nos. 4 and 6 Warren street BROOKLYN PROPERTY FOR SALE AND TO LET. JJERALD BRANCH OFFICE? BROOKLYN. ADVERTISEMENTS FOR TUE NEW YORK HERALD RECEIVED AT OUR BRANCH OFFICE, IN THE LONO ISLAND SAVINGS BANK BUILDINO, CORNER OF FULTON AV. AND BOERUM ST. OFFICE OPEN FROM 8 A. M. TILL 9 P. M. ON SUNDAY FROM S TO 8 P. M. CARRIERS AND AGENTS' DEPARTMENT, NO. 7 FRONT STREET. BROOKLYN. FOR SALE? TWO NEAT COTTAGES; two story. cellar and extension; seven rooms; water and gas; 164 und 1'.6 Twenty-second street, near Fourth ave nue, Brooklyn; $3,200; terms easy. Apply to the janitor ol 64 Wall street New York 5AMILTON STREET, NEAR MYRTLE AVENUE.? Handsome three story basement and sub-ce lar >k House, 12 roouis ; all improvements; price $t>,800 W. COPE, 23ft Washington street, Brooklyn. $4 50()~ON l"ASY 'rKRM8? ? KOR ONE OF FOUR teller Houses. 9 rooms, hay "window; water, gas and fix tures, range, heater, water closet and sewer connection ; marbte mantels throughout; within five minutes' walk of Vrospect Park; location ilr?t class; cars to all the ferries. new two story ir.imc (brick basement) sub tar nouses " ?cs, range, _irbie manti Enquire on the 'premise*. Thirteenth street between Fifth knd Sixth avenues, South Brooklyn. WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE AND TO RENT. A BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY RESIDENCE, CONTAIN ing 1ft rooms and attic, newly furnished, ih complete prder, all modern Improvements; cartiugc house, stable. Icehouse, Ac. ; 1\ acres free from all encumbrances; nnsurpassed lor healthiness; live minutes' walk trom Station ; 41 miles by Harlem Railroad ; price for house and ftirniture. $14,000: would exchange tor city property. Full particulurs by addressing OWNER, box 76 Katonah Post office, Westchester county, N. Y. ASP EC I A LT Y- WESTCHE STE R PROPERTY. - PROP erties to suit every one, Irom hundreds of acres to single lots. We have a branch office in Westchester, at rordham, for the convenience of buyers desiring to bo El the most desirable locations tor Investment or latten ; as the prices are rapidly advancing par rs should not delay in making their selections. POTTER BROTHERS, Nos. 4 and 6 Warren street, and Fordliam. BEAUTIFUL PLACE ON THE HUDSON? 8UIT able for a gentleman's residence ; can be seen at any ime. For farther particulars address Mrs. GRACE E, HENRY, Verplancks, Westchester county, N. T. AT YONKERS, ON THE BOCLEYARD-A FIRST class Hotel to let containing SO rooms, gas, Ac. ; easy of access and a good business; can be relied upon If well kept; rent very moderate. OODKN A CLARK, Broadway, corner of Seventeenth street For sale? to close an estate in west Chester county, an Estate of 140 acres; only seven miles from Harlem Bridge; very desirnhle for a resi dence or as a speculation; can be bought very low. OODEN k CLARK, Broadway, corner Seventeenth st ?L JERSEY CITY, HOBOKEN, HUDSON CITY AND BERGEN REAL ESTATE. To Let or Lease, TO LET-ON NEWARK AVENUE, JERSEY CITY, A splendid Dry Moods Store, Fixtures and ^?cd Lease; low rent; reason for renting owner going to Europe. In quire ot JOSEPH WARREN, Real Estate. PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SA1.E OR TO RENT. J^LL WANTINO FARMS.? TO FARMERS AND FARM laborers trom the Old Country.?' Virgin soil $26 per acre, payable In six years by instalments, near the great marketa of New York and Philadelphia; farming better and more profitable than West. For excursion tickets and lulormation apply to JOHN B. PAGE, 103 Park place, two door-. trom West street New York. Papers will be sent on application by letter. AT CORNW ALL.? A BEAUTIFUL SUMMER RE8I den-je to let furnished; 11 largo rooms, high ceilings, marble mantels; good stable, 3 box stalls; 6 acres land, abundance ot shade trees, fish pond and brook. Inquire ot EDMUND Cu/FIN, 77 Cedar street, New York, or of A. M. HOLLETT, Postmaster, Cornwall, Orange county, A FURNISHED HOTEL TO LET? ON LONG ISLAND Sound, one hour troui New York city, near depot; rent $800. 8. C. SMITH, owner, 203 William street A DELIGHTFUL COUNTRY RESIDENCE TO LET? Containing 12 rooms, furnished or unfurnished, on Hudson River; abundance shide trees, fruit, shrubbery, Ac. ; low rent Particulars at 25 Chambers street. OEOROB W. SIMKRS. A BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY SEAT TO LET-NEAR New Hamburg, on the Hudson; brick mansion, 66x60, contains every modern improvement elegantly and completely lurnished; greenhouses, hot and cold graperies, choice iruit and extensive vegetable garden, coachhouse, icehouse, porter's lodge; the grounds are in charge of a gardener, lodge keeper ami assistants. RICHARD V. HaRNkTT, 111 Broadway, room F, basement AOREAT BARGAIN.? FARM 140 ACRES, 90 MILES from New York, 3 miles trom station; O) acres under cultivation, lialance good timber: soil rich and free trom stone; land level ; new frame lioise, 7 rooms; good barn; atone stabling; hoi; house, corn crib, blacksmith shop, Ac.; splendid orchard, 100 trees; tlno stream running through property; price $6,3 W; terms ens* 11 KKSO.M A .i liLLMAN, Kast Si roitdsburg, Pa. COUNTRY PLACE TO LET? NEAR VANDERBILT Lauding, Smten Islam! ; elegantly lurnished; Imme diate possession- occapant leaving .or Europe; consist* Ing of 7 large r^oms kitchen and dining room ; t7i?' per rear. For lull particulurs uppiytoJ. II. BEAltDSLLY, 19 Nassau street. New York, room No. 4. Delightful cottage on hank of hudson; X acre ot ground; stable; healthy locution; eleven rooms; modern improvements; halt hour trom cltv: furnished or unfurnished. Call at 125 West Forty-secoiid street Ij^LEGANT RESIDENCE WITH SHORE FRONT, ONE 'J ol the cosiest and neatest places on the north Shore. Statcn Island ; splendid view, $*,.V)0; terms to puit DA RRIN, SO Broad street. Faciories and resident properties for sale. Pater -on, N. J. Steady water power* Cheap coaL Low freight*. Skilled labor. One hour trom New York. Canal, four railroads, 1UU dally trains. J. fisher SATTERTll WAITE, 10 Pine street. F OUR ACRES, IK STORY COTTAGE, NICE GARDEN, plenty fruit and shade; ten minutes fVom ferry, t'Atcn Island; $3,600; worth $.1,000. DARK RKIN, SO Broad street Farms of 20 and 10 aches, well fruited, with small houses, well built; location near market and entirely tree trom fever and ague. JOHN B. PAOh, 1U2 Park place., near West street. For bale-in lots to suit purchasers, 1,000 acres of good farnunii Land, on Lehigh Vallev Rail toad: title perfect. Call on C. 8. PALMER, Merchants' Hotel, Cortlandt street three days. OR SALE? AT OUEF.NS, L. L,~A~ GOOD FARM 0? 22 acres: good house, barn. Ac.; convenient to ihnrches, school and depot; i o**essioti Immediately, with crops. Apply to JAME8 C. HENDRICKSUN, Queens, L. I. For sale? finest water power in north eastern Pennsylvania, on line of Delaware, l.acka wanna and Western Railroad, four hours trom New York. Call on CHARLTON BURNETT, Merchants' Hotel, Cort. landt street, tor three days. ^ I?OR HALE? NEAR ROSHVILLE. STATEN ISLAND, A r Country Residence, 27 acres; wall stocked with fruit; |re grove and shore (ront; would make a good club property, good Ashing. Address WOOD AUUuHEs, L6 |ohn street filOB SALE-A FURNISHED HOU8B AT BLACK 1 Point, near Seabright, N. J., contains 13 roems, cor ner lot *00x400; more land if desired ; stable and car nage bouse. 21x40; immediate possession; fine drives, ?cean and river views, boating, fishing, Ac. ; impreving ind salubrious neighborhood ; mil hour and threequar ?ersfrom New York by New J tmty Southern Railroad: nso a number of desirable Villa i'lots, with or wltVmt water frontage. Apulv to W. O. TYSON, on the prem.W's. or to FRANK S. WINCHESTER, No. 83 Nassau street (Bennett Building), New York. FOR BALE OR TO LEA8B? ONE OF THE MO^T DE i1 strahle PI Erms to snit sirahle PUo? ^Or.n^all tn^ern^m^ovemenu, fURNISHED COUNTRY PLACE TO LET-FOR HUM T nier or year, to a small lamlly who will board [the -vrner, wife ana child as equivalent for rent For partic ulars apply to G. W A. JENKINS, Stamford, Co&u., or M.6, JAKYIS. til Canal strert PROPTER TT OUT OF TUB CITY FOB >A1? AlfP TO RKItT. REAT BARGAIN. ? KIOHTKJ-.N LOTS. BOUNDED BT r three street*. with bonne ? *44, 10 room*. large l'Imj piaz/.a, bay window, shaded by large uaki; plea-ar'ly i located ; within ihree minute*' walk of terry, state n Isltind ; $5,400; hall cash; worlh $J,000; wild to *are fore closure. DAnRlN, 90 Broadatreet IP YOU WANT A HOU8B AT YON KERB, FURNISHED or unfurniiihed, for Mason or year, or wish to pur* cheaae very cheap, call on or address JAMES YOUMANd, Agent, Yonkers. \| * iN TCL.VlR, N. J.-AN BLtOANTLY FURNISHED 1*1 Country Seat to rent for ihree or lour month*; plenty shade and . run, with uae of cow, Ac. ; t.l o two imaller Places, very low. a. I ;E.^AND, 201 Broadway. MONTCLAIR, N. J.-TO RENT, A FIRST GLASS NEW House. 13 rooms and bathroom, hot and cold watrr, furnace, range, Ac. Apply to owuers, CAREY A YALE, eoBeaycra.net, New York. MAPLKWOOD, N. J., CLOSE TO DEPOT. ? PRETTY Cottage, -even room*; bars and stable; IS lota, well stocked ; chal e Iruita of all kind*; price $3,700; worth $<i.U0J. \V. COoR, -S6 Washington street, Brooklyn. Neat cottagk, four lots, aoo feet from ahore; fine water view; rtiort walk from north shore, Staten Island lerry; $3,600, worth $4,400; terms easy. DAKRIN, 40 Broad street TJINE TIMBER LAND-I FOR SALE. X Abhut 16.1/00 acres ol very valuable Pine Timber Lands, in the conntie of Pelt t ami Schoolcraft. State of Michigan, sttua ed on and controlling the mouth of a river emptying into l ake Michigan, down which ihe timber can le t outed tor over 30 miles. For further In formation address W. A. to., box 4,3(W N. Y. Post office. Roomy cottage? hot and cold water: % acre or more; shade ; brook; growing garden; a step irnm depot an l salt water; *7,000. ARTHUR B. SKELHIMi, Riverside Station. Conn. TO LET? \ TllOROUOnLY FURNISHED HOUSE AT Ne wliu "g, N. V., within two minutes' walk of ours or steaint'oa landing: unexcelled river view; fine gar den Addre s M 11. it., care ' Journal," Newburg. N. Y. TO LET- AT T l VILLAGE OF MILTON. AN ELB ganttwostorv and attic, 60x36, one-half acre- live boats landiii.' duilv ; water in house; new kitchen at tached; cemented cellar, .-ultable lor boarding. Address OWNhR box II Mar horo f'o-"! oi f ee, Ulster county, N. Y. TO LET? AT SARATOGA SPRINGS, FOR THE SKA noo, un'urni-hed, "he large stone house, stables, Ac., in the grove near the clarendon Hotel, known as the "? inlav Man ion, ' suitable lor a hotel or private resi dence; term -i reasonable. Address JOHN P. CONK LI NO, Agent, Saratoga pr.ngs. N. Y. rTO LET-A COUNTRY RESIDENCE. KURNI8HED i delightfully and healthlully situated at Garrinon's, opposite Ae t Point 14 miuutes' drive from the depot; contains 17 room*; hot and cold water, bathroom, Ac.; Icehouse filled; carriage hou?e and stable; vegetable garden planed, irmt. Arc. : horses and carrlagos If de sired. At'plv to t ' II \ tcLES u. SMITH, Cartage office. Custom llousc. New York. TO LBT-FOR SUMMER SEASON, A FURNISHED House, with garden, stables and carriage house, in healthv location ; distance from city 23k nitlei via Har lem Railroad. Kor further particulars inquire at 11 Past 1 wenty-ninih street, between 9 and 13 A. M., for two day*. rpo RENT. AT NEW BRIGHTON ? GENTLEMAN'S -I fUrnishca Residence (also unfurnished), containing 13 room*; Millard r om, stables, cow and cow hou-es, pas ture, garden? ; agretable surroundings; satisfactory ten ant inav have option of retaining pair of carriage horses, carriages, Ac. HAMILTON 1 CO., 81 Pine street d?Cf\ AAA ?FOR SALE, FOB CASH, OR PARI WW.UuU, cash, with mortgage, a Pottery, with all appurtenances, in active working order; valuable real estate, steam and hand machinery, live and rolling stock, fixtures ?nd all belonging* included ; property val ued at $50, 0(0: located one hour's travel from New York City Hall. Address POTTERY, Herald office. REAL ESTATE JFO EXCHANCSE. C COUNTRY RESIDENCE WANTED? IN EXCHANGE J tor a very rich and valuable Western Farm, with inexhaustible ceal ; splendid timber, fruit, Ac. ; $I0.IW0; tree and clear. Onlv with particular* address WATSON, owner. No 8U8 West Twenty-third street FOR EXCHANGE OR SALE? A SPLENDID FRUIT and truck Farm, 4% miles from Not folk, Va. ; slocked with the finest varieties of trul's, berries, vines, Ac. ; on navigable water and embracing every advantage of this favored region and locality. Address A. S. WHITE, 43 Pine street room 13. Great bargains.? photograph gallery; would exchange for other proiertv; ow er going abroad; even a non-practical man ran make $2,500 yearly. Address R. E. SKIDMARK, 3d Ve*ey street. ORANGE, N. J. ? SPECIALTY.? DESIRABLE PLACES, handsomely furnished, sale and exchange; fine Places to rent, furnished, season or year. HAMILTON A WALLTS, SO Pine street, New York, and opposite Orange depot SALE OR RENT? BAYSfDE, LONG ISLAND. HOUSE ; 20 rooms, in complete repair; suitable for largo family, boarding house or Summer resort; similar to Croclieron's, adjoining ; fine bathing, boating, fishing. O. G. BENNETT, No. 9 Pine street WANTED? IN EXCHANGE FOR DESIRABLE LOTS on Upper Boulevard, a family horse, wagon and harness; must be a good roadster. Inquire of Dr. BROOK.-, 38 West Thirty-second street ANTED? A FARM OF FROM FIVE TO THIRTY acres, near depot in New Jersey, in exchange for a three story private House in this city; equity $6,000. For further particulars apply to HUGO uoRSCH, corner Rivlngton street and Bowery, bank building. ACRES, ELEGANT HOUSE AND OUTBUILD. I U ings? One hour's ride; all kinds of fruit; hotand cold spring water; $400 per acre. S. CoCKCROFT, No. 8 Pine street nnn WORTH OF YANKEE HAY FORKS AND ?PO.UUU Patent for the same, to exchange tor sub urban Property, Farm, or Brooklyn House, or Lob. Ap ply at 84 Centre street w REAli ESTATE WASTED. House wanted to purchase - location Thirty-third to Fortieth street. Park avenue to Broad way, tor which cash and valuable improAed or unim proved property at Orange, N. J., will be taken in pay ment Address D., 116 Wall street BOARDERS WANTED. I? MAGNIFICENTLY FURNISHED ROOM AND ? bathroom, lor two gentlemen, with breakiast in a family's own elegant house ; neighborhood unexception able; references exchanged. 301 Second avenue, near Thirteenth street 1ST HOUSE WEST OF FIFTH AVENUE.? HAND somely turnlslied Rooms for families or single gentle men, with first class Board. No. 7 West Twenty-ninth St. 2 DOORS ABOVE STUYVESANT SQUARE ? KLE gant Rooms, furnished or unfurnished, en suite or singly, with excellent Board; unusually desirable as Summer residence 304 Second avenue, between Seven teenth and Eighteenth itrects. 2 GENTLEMEN AND THEIR WIVES OR SINGLE gentlemen can be accommodated with elegantly rtir nlshed Rooms; an excellent table. 18 East Forty-sev enth street 2d story room-with nice extension, to gentleman and wile; also third story Hall Room, with tlrst class Board, at Summer prices, at 164 and 1M Waverley place. 5TH AVENUE-COOLEST AND QUIETEST LOCATION in town; large airy Suits of Apartments on first and second floors, with or without private table, on moderate terpis, in the spacious double house 45 Fifth avenue. TO $13 PER WEEK.? FINE ROOMS, WITH EXCEL ??>v) lent board, at 173. 174. 170 and 178 Bleecker sL ; large shady yards; croquet ground; coolest houses in the city. THIRD AVENUE, OPPOSITE COOPER INSTI tute ? A few young men can be accommodated with good Board. 9 EAST NINTH STREET, BETWEEN UNIVERSITY place and Fltth avenue.? Square Rooms, upper floor; also a Hall Room; table Board $i. 1/1 WAVERLEY PLACE. ? HANDSOME FRONT I" Rooiii". $12, $14, $16 and $18 for two persons, with Board ; single Rooms, $8 and $9: also table Hoard, $4. MEAST SIXTEBNTH STREET. NEAR BROADWAY. Handsomely furnished Rooms, en suite or separ ate, to gentlemen and their wives or single gentlemen, with Board; family small and quiet 1 I EAST SIXTEENTH STREET, NEAR RROAD I 'I way.? Newly furnished Rooms, en suite or singly, with Board, tor gentlemen and their wives or single gen tlemen. in a small quiet family. Meast twentyeiohtu street, between Filth and Madison avenue*.? Handsome Rooms to let, with or without Hoard, at Summer prices. 1 TTII STREET. NO. 238, EAST, OPPOSITE STUYVB it) sniit Park.? Nicely turnished Rooms, with Board, to families or single persons; a ball Room to let; refer ence*. 1Q EAsT FORTY-SIXTH STREBT, BETWEEN FIFTH 1 ?/ an-1 Madison avenue*.? Second floor ttont and tiark Room-, with Board; separately or together; references exchanged. OH W,:*T TWENTV-FOURTH STREBT, BETWEEN Fifth and Sixth avenue*.? Furnished Rootns to let, suitable lor dentist or physician, with or without Hoard. ril STREET, WEST. 17.? ROOMS TO LET, FOR families atid single gentlemen, with first class tables; terms very moderate for permanent boarders; references. QQ WEST THIRTV-TIIIRD STREET, NEAR FIFTH OO avenue.? Superitir Board, Summer prices; Suits and Rooms for families and gentlemen on second, third and fourth Moors; also liall Rooms. Q4 TH STREET (llff). ? NICELY FURNI8HED LARGE O' T and hall Rooms, with Board : honse and location flr*t class; Summer price* , reference* exchanged. Q n EAST SIXTY-SECOMD STREET, NEAR MADI ?> i son avenue. ? A gentleman can find a nice fur nished Room, wltli run or partial Board and all comforts of a home. __ BARROW STREET, NEAR BLEECK ER.? PLEAS ant Room* to let, with Board, at moderate rate* OQ EAST NINETEENTH HTRKET .-ELEGANTLY Ou furnished Second Floor fc-i let, with first class Hoard, in a small private family, to single gentlemen or gentleman and wife ; references exchanged. Please call. 29 38 OQ SEVENTH AVENUB, CORNER THIRTEENTH Ot7 street.? Large, handsome, newly furnished Booms to let, to gentlemen or gentleman and wile, witli or with out Hoard, modern improvements; reference Al\ EAST NINTH STREET, NEAR BROADWAY.? i ' / To let with or without Board, large Rooms on sec ond floor, single Rooms for gentlemen; transient and day boarders accommodated. A 18T STREET. 141 WEST. BETWEEN SIXTH AVENUB Trl and Broadway ?I >esirabl? Room* on second and third floors, wi.n Board; errry convenience; reduced prices; unexceptionable references exchanged. A( -) QUOTE STREET.? A HANDSOME, AIRY SEC 14 J ond floor Room to let, with gcod Board; ample closets; hot and coid water; also rooms lor gentlemen; terms very low. 4 A WEST TWRNTY.SIXTH STREET, NEAR ST. t l James Hotel and Madison square.? Set ond storv front Room, hath adjoining, with or without good Hoard; terms moderate ; immediate possession. A (I LEXINGTON AVENUE, BETWEEN TWENTY *rU fourth and Twenty-filth streets. New York.? Nicely furnished Rooms to l*t. with or wiihutu Hoard. BOARDERS WANTED. >1 A EAST HIXTY-FIRST STREET, BETWEEN I t Fourth and Madison avenues (near Central Park).? Nicely furnished Rooms, with Board, singly or en suite, wlih au American family, in a now tour atory brown ?tone bouse. Reference* VIA WEST THIRTY- KOPRTH STREET, NEAR J.O\F Broadway.? Handaomely furnished Rooms on second and third floors, with Aral class Board; references exchanged. -|?-| EAST THIRTY-FOURTH STRKBT.-FRONT AU 1UI cove and Hall Room for three or four adult*, with Board ; first class reierunces required. OQ7 east twelfth street, between bko I ond and Third avenue*.? Nicely furnished Rooms, with Board, lor gentlemen. In a French family ; moderate prices; relerenoea required. QQQ WEST TWENTY-SIXTH STREET.? A FEW RE LtLitl snectahle yonng men. also two young ladies, ran be accommodatcd with good Board and pleasant Koonis. or/} WEST THIRTY-NINTH STREET? TO LET, with good Board, two new and handsomely fur nished Parlor Bedrooms connecting; house ban all mod ern improvements; convenient to four lines of cars; terms ni oderate. __ WEST THIRTY-FOURTH STREET. ?A PRIVATE ^?)0 family will let, with or without Board, a nice, cool, handsome, nioely furnished front Parlor; two, with board, >28. nQ A FOURTH AVENUE.? a PRIVATE FAMILY ZiO\J will rent, with Board, one double and one single front Room (not hall) at moderate rate: references ex changed. __ QftC WEST FOURTEENTH STREET. -TWO HAND some Rooms and superior table Board, at mode rate charges, for party ot ladies or gentlemen. WEST TWRNTY -THIRD STREET.? LARGE Room on second floor, with private bath, closets, Ac.; also two good sized Rooms on ihird floor, suitable for gentlemen ; table unexceptionable. A Oft SECOND AVENUE. -FURNISHED ROOMS TO 'xuu let, with or without partial Board, in a small tamlly. Q CA THIRD AVENUE, NEAR FIFTY -SEVENTH O't T' street.? Three or four yonng men can be ac commodated wltli furnished Rooms, with or without Board. A LADY ABOUT TO BE CONFINED OAN nAVB first class accommodations and attendance at the residence of a physician ot large experience. Address Dr. H. K. B., Herald Uptown Branch ofltcc. /CRITTENDEN HOU8F.. BROADWAY AND TWKNTY \ J sixth street, on the European plan.? Large and airy Rooms, en suite or alngle, at moderate prices, tor the Summer. LAi;GE. HANDSOMELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM 10 let, with or without Board; also small Room; beautiful location ; near Park. 319 second avenue. Madison avenue.? an eleoant suit op Rooms to let. with Board, at Summer price*; par ticular attention paid to Southern families visiting the city. 178, near Thirty -fourth street THREE VERY DESIRABLE NEWLY FURNISHED Rooms to let, with or without Board ; hath on same floor ; private tamlly ; a moment's Inspection will satisfy the most fastidious: location first class. Address COM FORT, box 13' Herald Uptown Branch office. THREE GENTLEMEN WANT TWO OR THREE CON nectlng Rooms and good Board. Address, stating terms, O. C. G., box 1,888 Post office. 343 HOTELS. ANOELL'S TURKISH BATHS, 61 LEXINGTON AVE nue.? Pleasant Rooms tor gentlemen or families; transient or permanent, wtih or without meals; private table If desired. Batilis open all night C CRITTENDEN HOUSE, CORNER BROADWAY AND J Twenty-sixth street, on the European plan.? Lurge and airy Rooms, en suite or single, at moderate prices, for the Bummer. (1 ROVE HOUSE, 172, 174,176 AND 178 BLEECKEK T street.? l ine Rooms, with Board, $6 to (12 per week. (I 80 to 92 per day: large, shady yards, croquet ground, Ac. ; coolest house in the city. Hotel st. germain. fifth avenue, twenty second street Broadway.? European and American plan: Rooms all front; tiaths attached coolest anil most central in the city ; en suite or singly, at Rummer rates. JIBBY HOTEL? ONE BLOCK FROM CITY HALL, M J Warren street. Outside Rooms, (2, S3 per week; 36c., 60c., 76c. per day; family Rooms, SI. SI SO per day; $4 to S8 per week. C. O'DONNALD, Proprietor. MAISON PARIS1ENNE, 38 AND 40 EAST TWELFTH street, between University place and Broadway.? Elegant suit and single Rooms; private aiiendance if required; table d'hote at 6:30 P. M., at SI 25, including wine. EW ENGLAND HOTEL, NO. SO BOWERY, CORNER . o only. NEW ENGLAND HOTEL. NO. 90 BOWERY, CORNER of Bayard street.? 200 light rooms, neatly furnished ; 60c. or 60c. a night, S2 80 to 94 per week ; for gentlemen COUNTRY BOARD. FEW BOARDERS WANTED? IN A BEAUTIFUL farm house, near a river. Large, airy Rooms, piano grounds also. Inquire at 5112 hast Twelfth and croquet grout street room No. L AT SOUTH DOVER, DUTCHESS COUNTY, ON THE line of New York and Harlem Railroad? Large, airy Rooma; plazra and lawn -, good table ; charming scenery; pleasant drives; no chills and lever; no mosquitoes; terms reasonable. Address GEORUli 1). SPENCER, Winss' Station. Dutchess county. N. Y. A PRIVATE FAMILY, PLEASANTLY LOCATED ON high ground, 00 miles up the Hudson, hiilf mile from landiug, can accommodate two families of 6 or 8 each with first class Board ; plenty of shade; croquet ground ; et.'S", chickens, milk, and all kinds ot fruit and vegetables in season ; boats leave the foot ot Harrison street dail v at 4 P. M. ; arrive at Esopus about 9 P. M. Call on or address WILLIAM W. WISE, Esopus Post office. New York. Board at bergen point, n. j.-lady and gentleman or two single gentlemen ot good social standing wishing superior accommodations in a hand some private residence address box 6,614 Post office, New York. Board at norwalk-hioh ground, splendid location, walks and groves; Rooms handsomely fur nished ; accommodations rtrst class ; 1^ hour from city; sea bathing, fishing and fine drives in vicinity. For fur ther particulars address C. E. H., box 448 Post office. South Nor walk. (COUNTRY BOARD? GOOD TABLE, FIRST CLASS J accommodation; private villa residence ; modern im provements; two tine, airy Rooms, for adult family or single gentlemen ; no oiher boarders; one hour trom City llall; 42 trains dally ? terms moderate. Apply at Centre House, Thirteenth street Whitestonc. L. I., or of O. 1NSLKE, room 20, No. 70 Broadway, New York. COUNTRY BOARD WANTED-FOR A GENTLEMAN and wife ; location must be healthy and within one hour of city. Address, with terms, Ac., A. B. C., Herald office. COUNTRY BOARD WANTED? FOR THE SUMMER, by a lady, and daughter. eight years of age ; a good table, comfortable room und a pleasant, homelike place desired. Address, stating terms, which must bo moderate, box 340 Brooklyn Post office. (COUNTRY BOARD.? HINSDALE. BERKSHIRE COUN J ty. Mass., seven hours from New York, via narlem and Bostod and Albany Railroad. House well shaded ; rooms large, airy, and command extensive views of a beautiful and pictnresaue country; fresh eggs, milk, and vegetables; terms S7 ; references exchanged. For full particulars address D. ROCKWELL, Hinsdale, Mass., or C. HASKELL, 119 East Tenth street. IpARM HOUSE BOARD WANTED? WHERE THERE ' are plenty of boarders, for a young lady all the week ana from Saturday night until Monday morning for her father. Address, with terms and full particulars, M. Y.. 173 Oreenwlch street New York. First class board? at a private residence, one hour from city, on Philadelphia road; plenty hade; fruit, vegetables; poultry, milk and stabling. Further particulars at 38 East Nineteenth street ONE OR TWO FAMILIES CAN FIND GOOD ACCOM modatlons In a private family; good accommoda tions; pleasant, shad v grounds; terms moderate ; 10 min utes from depot ; 40 minutes from Fortv-second street on the New Haven Railroad ; high grounds, in view of the Sound. Address COMFORT, Mouut Vernon (N. Y.) Post office. SUMMER BOARD.? THREE FAMILIES CAN BK Ac commodated ; delightful upland location ; large, airy Rooms ; a lew minutear walk from railroad and boat Ad dress box 61 Post office, Peeksklll. N. Y. "llTANTED? BETWEEN RF,A BRIGHT AND LONG TV Branch, tor July and August, for a gentleman and his wife, a Parlor with adjoining Bedroom and conven iences, with first class private table; also Accommoda tions, if they can be obtained, for a pair ol horses, car riages and coachman. Address, with location and terms, HOME t OMFORT8, box 188 Herald office. ~ Z 1VJHMKR RESORTS* ~ A" T SARATOGA SPRINGS N. lT Grand Union Hotel will open June 1, for the reception of gnests: Professor J. M I.ander and hi* superb band have been engaged for the season; rooms can lie engaged at Metropolitan Hotel or Ollsey House, New York. Address HRE&LIN, UAKD KKR A cel.. at Saratoga Springs, N. V. \ ?BELMONT HAI.L, N EW~ P RIGHTO ST A TEN J\ ? Island? Now open; newly refitted ; fronts the bey; SO minutes from Dey street; near landing. Particulars at house or 114 East Nineteenth street CA8TLETON HOUSE, WEST BRIGHTON LANDING, S. I., 40 minutes trom New York.? Hourly boat from pier 19 North River. W. W. PURDY, Proprietor. C COLUMBIA WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, NRAR J Hudson, N. v.? This water is universally regarded as the best combination of healthy Incredlenta of any in the country; fine air, beautiful grove. C. B. NASH. /"lOZZENS' WEST POINT HOTEL I J is now open. For particulars address EDWARD CoZZEN.-, West Point N. Y. / 1 RE EN MOUNTAIN HOUSE. CLARENDON SPRINGS. Vt? Open from June 15 to October 1 ; pnre air; mountain scenery, fine drives; no musntiitoes; good tahle l.oard from $10 to $16. Address A. F. STYLES, Pro prletor. /"C RAND HOTEL, OTSEGO MINERAL SPRINGS, VT Cherry Valley. N Y.. within iileasant excursion dis tance ol Sharon, Richfield, otsego Lake and t'oopers'.own ; great inducements to families; good stabling. Send for circular. J_A. ROBINSON. /"I REK LEY'S MANSION HOUSB. FAIRVIEW, N. J.? VT Kive minutes' walk from depot 2?? trains daily. .10 minutes to Chambers or Twenty-third street ferry; rooms large and airy; 30 acres high ground attached; boating croquet grounds, abundance of shade; terms. $10 a week. Apply to O. A. UREELEY, Fairvlew, or 13 Oreenwlch avenue. HIGNGATE SPRINGS, VERMONT. - FRANKLIN House and Cottage open June I for Summer guests. Heath house, schoolky's mountain sprinos, Morris county, N. j,. will open June I; two hours' ride from the city via Morris and Essex Railroad. Appli cation tor rooms can be made by mall at the Coleman House, where the proprietors can be seen every Wednes day from 12 uutll 3 o'cloc*. J. WARREN COLEMAN. POINT HOUSE, ORIENT POINT, L. I.? V / ,vow open ; situated on the extreme end of I,oug Island fronting on the Sound and bay. only a moment's walk to the water- splendid sea bathing, sailing and driving; flsi-.ing unexcelled. Reached by Long Island Railroad twice each day ; also per elegant stestner J. B. Schuyler, from pier 16 hast River. Send for circular. M. v. PARSONS. SUMMER RESORTS. 0VBRLOOK MOUNTAIN HOUHK? ON THE OATS IlIIIm, via Kingston. Ulster county, N. Y. For par ticulars address J. hi. LASHER. Overlook Mouuutin Mouse, Wo edstock, N. Y., or JACOB SHARPE, 1 49 Broad way. PA BE HOUHK, PLAIN FIELD, N. J.; ONE HOUR from Na w York, op tbe New Jersey Central Kail road.? Plainneld is 'be most healthy and beautiful spot in Jersey. The house is new. beauutully situated, well shaded and elegantly furnished, first cia-a accommo dauon for tauuUes, to. Apply to EVAN JONES A HON, Proprietors. PAVILION HOTEL, GLEN COVP., L. l.-FAMILIBS desiring Kooms at this establishment most make immediate application. G. L. HIIIOS PREMIUM POINT HOUSE? 17 MILES ON NEW Haven Railroad, now open; aea bathing, boating, fishing, sUbllng, shady groves, delightful drives; 43 minutes from city. A. 0. PLYMPTON, 54 West Twenty-fonrth street RIVBRnlDE HOTEL, 1020 STREET, AT CABMAN8 ville, on the Hudson River. -This popular house, en tirely dtted and tarnished auew throughout, is now open for the reception oi guests; 14 trains daily from Thirtieth *or tornaa, Ac., apply to SOUTH SIDE HOTEL, AMITYVILLE, U L. IS NOW open for reception of guest*, for terms address Mrs. E.C. KING A SON. R. THOMAS, Superintendent. THE LAURENCE HOUSE, OLAVBRACK. N. T., WILL be open for the reception of gueau on tbe 1st dav of June. Kor further information inquire of GEORGE MARTIN, corner ol Morton and nudson streets, N. Y. TARRYTOWN HEIGHTS HOTEL, TARRYTOWN ON Hudson ?This beautiful Summer resort now open; 495 feet above tbe Hudson, commanding a fine view of river and mountain scenery. HOUSES, ROOMS, <SCM WANTED. In thlf City and Brooklyn. A -WANTED TO BENT. A SMALL UNFURNISHED ? high stoop House in a first class nei"hborhood ; must he in perfect order; rent not exceeding $2,000 ; possession not later than September U. Address S. C. A CO,, box 149 Post office. A WIDOW AND HER SON DESIBE A FURNISHED house to care (or during the abaencc of owners tor

the Salbnier'; satisfactory references. Address, for two during the abaencc or owners tor ___ tory references. Ad ~ day*, A. P., Herald Uptown Branch office. WANTED? DESK ROOM: NEIGHBORHOOD CITY Hall ; $6 per month. Address DESK ROOM, box 190 Herald otllce. tVT ANTED? BY A PRIVATE FAMILY, 1ST JULY OR v T 1st September, an untarnished House in good neighborhood *. rent not to exceed 81,500. Address, giving description. RESPONSIBLE, Herald office. WANTED? IN BROOKLYN, A SMALL HOUSE, from 8 to 10 rooms, within lft minutes of Pulton ferry. In a good neighborhood, to rent, with privilege of purchase ; mmt have all improvements, in good order; possession at onoe. Address J. L? box 141 Herald office. In the Country, WANTED TO RENT-FOR THREE MONTHS (FUR nislied or unfurnished.), or will purchase, very cheap for cash, a small Farm or Country Place, in h<althv location, within two hours of city. Address PROMPT, Herald office. liOAIM OFFICE'. AT 77 BLEECKER STREET, NEAR BROADWAY, UP stairs.? Highest cash advances on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Pianos, Ac., or bought; Pawnbrokers' Tickets bought, at 77 Bleecker street. AT 80 NASSAU STREET, BETWEEN FULTON AND John streets, NEWMAN LEOPOLD continues the buying, selling or advancing on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Pianos, Merchandise, Life Policies, for any amouai AT WOLF BROTHERS'. 898 BROADWAY, BETWEEN Nineteenth and Twentieth streets.? Money loaned on Watches, Diamonds. Jewelry, Silverware, Silk.-', and particularly Pianos. Private parlor for ladies. Business strictly confldentiul. ATH97 BROADWAY, CORNER FOURTH STREET.? Liberal advances on Diamonds Watches. Jewelry, Silks, Camel's Hair Shawls, Laces and personal property of every description. JAMES P. MATTHEWS. AT 07 THIRTEENTH STREET, NEAR HROAD wav,? I pay the highest price for Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Ac. Advance on the same. ISAACS, Dlamand Broker, 87 Thirteenth street, near Brondway. QQ NASSAU STREET, OPPOSITE POST OFFICE.? Oo Liberal ndvanees made on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry and all kinds of Merchandise. The same bought and sold. Hoom 1. 1IAYMAN LEOPOLD. ^DQ SIXTH AVENUE, BETWEEN TWENTY-FOURTH r ' ' O and Twcnty-ilfth streets. -Liberal advances made on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry. Silks, Laces and Shawls. Same bought at full value. I* BERNARD. BROADWAY, CORNER AMITY STREET.? Money llberallv advanced on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry and Personal Property of all descrip tions ; the same bought and sola. H. (1EIOEKM AN, formerly M. Rosenberg. Q1Q BROADWAY, OLDEST ESTABLISHED AND *71 0 most reliable office.? Money advanced on Dia monds, Watches, J ewolry, Laces, Ac. ; same bought at lull value. _ A. 0. HERTS. 1OO7 BROADWAY, OVER HERALD BRANCH >^U I office, room B.? Parlor for ladies. Branch 1,207 Broadway. Monev loaned on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry. Ac. Same bought and sold. LIND0 BROS. CIGARS AND TOBACCO. C1LEAR HAVANA CIGAR8? EQUAL IN EVERY RE J spect to imported. Non Plus Ultras, $150: Reina Victoria, $125; Kegalla de la Keina, $9ft; Londres, $90; Conchas. $78; Reinas Cotrientes, $65; Figaros, $4; Prin cesas, $34. ROBEKT A. OUMSTEDT, 32 Piatt street, between William and Gold. 685 PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, &C. ASTEINWAY SQUARE GRAND PIANOFORTE, FOUR roand corners, carved legs, overstrung, agraeff, 1% octave: every improvement: half price lor cosh. J. BiDDLE.13 Waverley place, near Hroa Hroadway. A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE AN elegant 7.^ octave rosewood Pianoforte, four round corners, carved legs and case ; patent agraffe ; all im provements; made to order; cost $1,000, will sell lor $300 cash ; Stool. Cover, Ac. Call at private residence, 120 West 23d street. N. B.? Guarantee tor Ave years. A DECKER A BROS.' FOUR ROUND ROSEWOOD ? Pianoforte, 7^ octave, all improvements, lor sale, at one-quarter original cost; a beautiful grand mjuurc tor $225, at private residence 21U West Twenty-first street Call this day. __ A MAGNIFICENT SQUARE GRAND 7&OCTAVE Pianoforte, brltllant tone, nearly new, cost $980. for $300; Stool, Cover. Cabinet, cost $100; has box for ship pings Parlor Suits, Mirrors, Curtains, Carpets, Paintings, Bronzes, Chamber Suits, Buffet, Extension Table, Silver Ware; a sacrifice. 104 East Twenty-fifth street, between Fourth ami Lexington avenues. Cut this out. A SEVEN OCTAVE ROSEWOOD PIANOFORTE, S100L We are retailing the best finished and richest toned Pianofortes manufactured at $225 cash. CO-OPERATIVE PIANO MAKERS, Na 9 Great Jones street, near Hroadway. AT SCHROBDER'S AMERICAN piano ware rooms, 86S Broadway (over Friend Pitts'), Pianos of six first class makers for sale, for hire and on instal ments, during this week, at favorable terms. A MAGNIFICENT ROSEWOOD PIANOFORTE FOR sale? Parlor grand, round cornered, made order. city maker, fully guaranteed, used 5 months, cost $1)00, for $276; Parlor suits, Btageres, Paintings, Chamber, Dining Furniture, Silverware; a sacrifice; property family leaving city. 3# West loth st, near 8th a v. Best th octavb pianos? rosewood pianos, carved legs, overstrung, patent agraffe, warranted ; manufacturer's price $230; instalments taken $12 month ly. R CABLES, 107 West Twenty-third street, corner Sixth avenne, Bargain for cash? $ns; cost $.w; rosewood Chlckering upright Pianoforte, carved case; modern style and Improvements ; full iron frame; perfect order ; sweet, powerful tone. 28 Third street, near Bowery. (1HDRCH ORGAN FOR SALE? RRBRN'S BUILD. J two manuals and pedals, 26 registers, fine case; can lie tried at H1LBORNE L ROOSEVELT'S organ factory, 40 West Eighteenth street. Organists especially invited. Full description on application First class 7* octave pianos retailed at wholesale prices; direct from factory. Send for cir cular. CHRISTIE, 78 Barrow street, near Hudson. Pianos, second hand, of various makers, in thorough order, for sale, at low prices; also Pianos to rent and on instalments, by CHI( KERING A SONS, 11 East Fourteenth street, between Broadway and Fifth avenue. PIANOS AND ORGANS.? GREAT BARGAINS. NEW and most beautiful styles and perfect tones ever made, and by best makers, at lower prices for cash, or monthly instalments, or for rent, during this month, at WATERS', 481 Broadway, than can be found elsewhere. PIANOS (BEAUTIFUL WEBER INCLUDED), CHEAP as the cheapest, good as the best, lor rent or salo, rent allowed purchaser, at MERRELL'S, No. 8 Union square. 1?6 Fourth avenue. STEINWAT, CHICKERING, HALLET A DAVIS AND other new and second hand Plnnos and Organs to rant or sell on Instalments: very cheap. BERRY A CO, 739 Broadway. SILVER TONGUE ORQAN ? SUITABLE FOR PARLOR and church, made by Needham; containing 1:1 stops, an octave and hall of pedals, two rows of keys, Ac. Ap ply at 49 West Twenty-fourth street MUSIC AX~ ~ ~~ C1IRARD COLLEGE OF MUSIC, 7?T BROADWAY, J near Ninth street? Sieclal attention is called to our new v?olln department Owing to the great Increase of pupils we open the entire season. Wanted? from the ist of august, in a Catholic church In this city, a first class soprano and alto. Applv toO. SCHMITZ, 84 2d av.,on Wednesday and Saturday, from 6 to 7 P. M. AHl tiSKMKNTK, New yobk mubeum"of anatomy. "bib broad. way, between Houston and Bleecker streets.? Every one should visit the wonderful Museum ; It Is lull of every thing people should see and understand. I^eernres dally on "The Philosophy of Marriage." Those parties unable to attend these important lectures ran have them for warded, post-'ree, or SECRETARY NEW Y Broad wa j, New York. warded, post-'ree, on receipt of 26 cents, bv addressing SECRETARY NEW YORK MUSEUM OF ANATOMY, 618 KTBOPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART. Temporary building 12* West Fourteenth street. M The DI fcKSJfOl.A COLLECTIONS, from Cyprus, and the LOAN COLLECTIONS of WORKS OF ART are open to i he public daily, from 10 A M. until 6 P. M. Admission IV) cents. New mid Important additions have been made to the Loan (Sollectlons. ___ CI ARD.? THE GREAT LIDIA THOMPSON BUR. ) lesnue Troupe, consisting of Horry Beckett, Willie Edwin, Klixa Weathersby. HetOy Triicy, Patti JoeepLs, Alice Atherton, Till.v Earl. Wm. Withers, and others, are now at Fox's American Theatre, Philadelphia, and close June 14. __ __ _ STAGE DANCING? LADIES INSTRUCTED POU TUB ballet and tor premiere dancers. ANGELA SEFTON, 3$ Fourth avenue, opposite Cooper Institute. AMTIBWBHTg. OLYMPIC TH-EATER, 624 BROAUWAY. 01 GRAND INAUGURAL of (he SUMMER SEA80K. Engagement of thoM charming COLEMAN .-.UTTERS, OOLEMAN~ SISTERS, who will appear bvkry eveniyg, i until further notice, In fa Vershinit's Emotional Drama of DRIVBN FROM BOMB, 80PFORTED BY A P. LL DRAMATIC COMPANY, and introducing their Brand specialties, SONUS, DUETS, BOLOS, DANCES, AO, forming a most complete UNIQUE AND NOVEL EN f. It TAIN KENT. FAMILY MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AT 2 P. M. AT 2 P. M. EVKNINO PERFORMANCES COMMENCE AT 8. COMMENCE AT 8. N TIBLO'8 OAUDEN. ENTIRE CHANGE. I'H A RMINO SUMMER ENTER I A1N M KNT. MAFFITT AND BARTHOLEMEW IN COMEDY. LULU. The Sensation Gymnast, LULU. GRAND MUSICAL AND TERPSICHOREAN OLIO. MONDAY EVENING, .11 N K 9. hi- Comedietta, SMITH VS. BROWN. MAFPITT, RARTHOLEMEW, Mlie. LEONTINB, KATT MAYHKW, MINME lioYL., in (he ca*>. THR ST. FICLIX TROUPK. Sig. WILLIO. THE TWIN SISTERS (Trench). A. W. M AFFLIN. LULU IN HKR WONDellFUL AERIAL FLIGHT! Terminating with the Comic Pantomime, NtOODKMUs. MAPPITT and BARTHOLEMEW in their Great Roiea. THURSDAY EVENING? ROBKKT MACAlRR. MATINEE SATURDAY AFTERNOON - T 2 O'CLOCK. MONDAY EVENING. JUNE 1 6- Pint appearance at this theatre cf the celebrated German Dialed Comedian, OOFTV GOOFT, In an entirely new Comedy Drama written expressly tor him by Edward Spencer, Esq., of Baltimore, entitled ROOMER. ^ CADEMY OF MUSIC. THURSDAY, JUNE II, 187S. A GRAND CnARITY MATINEE, under the direction oi Mr. Auguatin Daly, IN AID of the FOUNDLING ASYLUM of the City of New York, under the care of (tie SISTKRS OF CHARITY. THE ENTERTAINMENT will commence at HALF- PAST TWELVE precisely (the door will open half an hour earlier), amfthe perform ance will compriae the toiiowing EXTRAORDINARY PROGRAMME ol selections tirom EVERY Favorite AMUSEMENT in New York, to be participated in by EVEKY EMINENT DRAMATIC aRTIKT now In Hie olty, all of whom have in the most sincere ami liberal manner VOLUNTEERED FOR THE OCCASION. a* ua T r PA??T TWELVE O'CLOCK the ORCHESTRA Af^hnK^KTH AVENUE THEATRE, under thcdircctlon ?r lir HARVEY l>( ?L) WORTH, wiU perform the OVER TURE to ?'MARTHA." . nirinTPR TO ON K O'CLOCK the COMEDY 8&SI jflA&nraar Mia. CLARA ???, ^ ; ?? ;; ; ; ; ;r.erE??E ?!** S i?KY MORA NT as Countetw Dalt'crg EScl?T9AFi^HKr.D.a' :::::: '.The Abbe Valmont Mr- J^rto KuiJa as" Von Arnlm Mr. HENRY CRISP..:..'.::: : "*'? Von Rienwald At mi r PAST ONE O'CLOCK the ORCHESTRA of the GRAND OFF. RA HOUSE, under .^n.AVSSjLSjL? ? PRjTdeGAM, Will perform the \ alae 'L 1TAL1E. / tv. At OTTARTER TO TWO O'CLOCK will be acted the ?eo oA act of^BhXcapearc'a sublime tragedy, ??1Drljq WPBTKR m TBE PRINCE HAMLET StfwniMKV *??<* "u" _ r n.T,?<.n ff L THE QUEEN Mrt" ({laying generously offered her servl AYFR 'Mr'. It'01.'0" *.0' roLONius Mr. G. H. G ^ tbe Avenue TDcatreO a a AfriPTffR piflf TWO O'CLOCK the orchcstrt of t ?p?'STH K ATREunder the DIRECTION of Mr. aoioa tor oh?, clarinet, cornet, belia, ?c. VI. it n it T PAST TWO O'CLOCK will ?*> presented the fourth ia ot shakeape arc's most dainty comedy,, entl tt#d-KimROH A8 Y0CmIKB."-. ROSALIND, tha?en5nen? aiid inwrt "avorite Artist haying gene ^ H4RKI^fy TOlaUs",eCrU<1: ORLANDO MR. D. H. H ARKINS. mV a M ' Palmer and Mr. Sheri (by kind permission ofMr. A. ?? MISS MARY 0\R^-ilUl-AvV,'luV Thcatf;): MR. G. p. Severe (of ^^.^.^.".^.ouvkiI VIII AT A QUARTER PAST THREE o'clock wlU bo acted Mr. SOT HERN'S ^TeG^LAR FIX. Mr. E. A. SOTHERN ?n h la brilliant and celebrated character ot HUGH DK BRASS. _MTI Y "TZP"" ? ?'a?' MISS NTN A VARI A N j. . . as. . . . ? ^ MRS. SURPLUS MRS. ABJ^i?vlng most' liberally volunteered^ . OTTARTER TO FOUR- O'CLOCK the ORCHES -,^7 rvTON SOU ARE THEATRE, under the direc Fi ,wi?( Mr H* TISSINOTON, will perform the celebrated "NiijhtingaLE BOUQUET." with solo (or twojuccoUa, arrayed by H. TISslSGTON. Eao. ? therbsS Mis. JOSEPHINE LAuRENSM.......y-y.:;- TEVHBN Mr. D. H. HARKINS m TONY Mr. K. LAMB ???????i-iV "????? BAPHAEL Mr. OEORGE PARKEh aa.. - "" josePH Mr. r. LAMB.....~? . , tt . t F-PAST FOUR ^O'CLOCK 8TGNOR P ADO VANW. the FUth Aveuue TheaUe, wlU give a violin solo. . . _.tvtv vTVrTFS TU FIVE O'CLOCK Mr. Q. L. FOX iK^a* with his FAMOUS PANTOMIME COM PAN^ from the' Olympic Theatre, in a scene from UU famous specialty, ]UMpTV HUMPTV. _ , .. hdmpty dttmpty . I'^.r.V.'^Llf ONRCTWO r" w ra^0" PMt,U00.n'.^.C.):.. HARLEQUIN Mr. a W. RAVEL " .COLUMBINE tertMUm PANTOMIME' SKETCH the following artist. <J?m Sfe OLYMPIC THEATRE, who have all volun ^rrtS Tt&7n'KrTor:i& TKTkSASK and WILLIAM JEE in tneir aci?m...r BROTHERS n rAETEREB. TTi. who!. enMrinlnmont mil conclnfl. ?t . QUABTEB pIsT MVK O'CLOCK With .1 haltan hour with BRYANT'S MINSTRELS, m%?sigts&?&& ing moat amus "? ~ Bryant's Orchestra Instrumental ' Dave Reed Comic s>on(r? Cackle, oacne ... charle. Templeton Ballad? Speak to Me" C Dan tfrvant ????lo. .W.tii' aweMh?arC'''.".".'.,.V.'.,.V.'. .William Dwyer BaU^l^UBiLEB CONl?ERT? TIN'PANAVM-OM, Introducldg the great burl??9H,1p?'IMx pONNA W. HENRY R1CB a. Tlf^B^ Bry anto Conductor * FIN ALE. _ 100TH NIGHT OF HAMLET.^^ SpvTTlMr Jingle. the Players, f ?'*' pare Reed C Victor*? 'itanwooU, Carter, BrockWar, Morrtasy, Em erson, Ac. jotm Moore MufoTOe^: ' J." WMo^/and M. A. Appleton TRICKS. (>acjt Admission Ticket. 2eatra Reserved Seats . . ?? ??? ? /.; '^e FI FIH AVEN UB ?uWi?*i.r.A?3bi,A ,,0U"E ? ,k. ..?-?? v, A"?'" Tuesday morning. June 10, ?"QU" rT7u?u*"_A OEM FOR THE ORGAN I? tii-kRGAN AT H<>ME collection of over 200 of U Jurt B"?artjs IM pnir arranged for the very bestand iu^? PoPr prevto?, pnbiicaUon, ; <iem. the organ, ^ilce ? 17, i?0 copies, and the publisher, of Strauss." has .oW io%?^ u grc,t elements of llS W?0"' CO., Publishers, 711 Broadway. TONY PASTOR'S OPERA HOUSE, 2)1 BOWERY. The greatest Variety Troupe ever presented. EverytMsly's favorite, Hil.LY P \STOR. The great inimltatiie pfcK RALPH, Mias IONA LANG, Miss VICTORIA REYNOLDS, MlssJOHANNA oranoer, BILLY EMMETT, R. HONEYWOOD. CHARLES SEAKKRT, Q. A. RAYMOND. , __ IN A GRAND NOVliL PROGRAMME. MATINEES Tuesday and Saturday. Ladies admitted (Tee on Friday evening*. The wotidertul Juggler, BARRY ShIluON. The pepular Clown, ROBERT BUTLER. The lamou. ( omciiiana, GUY BROTH KRS, tlireo in number. A MERICAN INSTITUTE HALL. ? ?. Third avenue and Slaty-third street EVERY EVENING. EVERY EVENING. EBEN'S POPt'LARlflUMMER NIOnT.S' CONCERTS. GRAND ORCHESTRA OF 90 PERFORMER*. PROGRAMME FOR THIS MONDAY, JUNE 9. 1. March? "Turner" 1 Delthe 2. Overture? "Hugnenota" Meyerbeer 1 Waltz? ^ "One Thousand and One Night." Strauss *. Selection? "Ballo in Maachera" Ytrdl 6. Overture? "Merry Wivjs ot Windsor" Nieoial 6. Song wltnout words Mondelssohn 7 Folka? "Hi>marck" Ncibig 8. Potpourri? "tirande Durhesse" Offenbach 9. Overture? 'Will o' tlie Wisp,' Suppe 10. Mazurka? "Town and Country" Straus. 11. Aria? "Martha" Hotow 12. Oalop? "Ladles" Pariow Mr. F. I. EHEN Conductor ADMISSION 9oeuu liiirp'ngwwvrs, G1 rand OPERA IIOfriK. (BBGIN8 AT 8j r Sole Le *?? end Man iger Mr. AUGUSTIN DAJLS KAKKWKliL WEEK of Mr. CH ABLK8 KECHTER. LAST WEEK OF THE SEASON. BUY BLAB, with Mr. FBCRTBR A?s BUT BLAB, for BIX NIGHTS and ONE MATINEE ONLY. SATURDAY, Jane U. at halt-past one o'elocR. last matin be of Mr. Fecbter and of the nim. SATURDAY EVENING. ~Junc 14, Uii Appearance oi Mr. Feehtar end cloae ot the wamn. 5TH AVENUE THEATRE. CURTAIN BI !K8 AT I Carnage* may be ordered lor quarter 10 11. Mr. AUGUSTIN DALY Sole i-essee and Muiugtr. LAriT WEEK BUT TWO UK TUB SEASON. EVERY NltiilT, at A, the thrill ? German sensation, HA LIE IN ViiRi.L character! by all the teutons Fifth Avenu* ompany Mint Clara Morris, LAST NIGIIT8 OK MADELE1N MOREL I 5ft Fanny Davenport. Fanny M? rant, Mr*. Ui b rt, ara Jewett, Nellie Mortimer, Nina Varian, Roerta Norwood; Mr. Chnrlei Holier, Gvorfe Clarke, James lens, I onn Xunet-Henry Crla[k W.J. L,emoyne, E. Pierce. LAST MATINEB BUT TWO OK MADELEIN MOREL. SA lU , DAT. at half-past L MONDAY, June It, Benefit of Mtas FANNY HORANT. WEDNESDAY, June Id. Benefit ot Mr. JaMKB LEW IB fjTU AVENUE THbATRE. Minn OLaRA morbis has the honor to announce that her BENEFIT will tak* place THIS (MOW All EVENING. Jane H when she will appear as PERVENO iE,in MADi.L,K1N MOKEL. fjTH AVENUE THEATBK. MIm PaNN I DAVENPORT takes pleasure In announcing that WEDNESDAY EVER. INO, June 11, tin a been appointed for H U BE Mi KIT. on which occasion *he wi.l appear a* MEUOPE, th? Actress, lit MADu..LhlN MOKEL. WALLACE'S. kVEKY NIGHT I E V i.KY N.GHT! THE GREAT SENSATIONAL PLAY BY ? ?1"N BOUCICAULT. Mis-. Kinlieriiic Kotre'*, Mr. Allerton, Mia kflle Oenuon, M r. HraiDey, Mr. Levtck. MIm Mary Well*. Mr. ne.'lo k, Mr. Grllliths, Mr. MORA; or, VliK GOLDEN FETTERS. Kawxett il'ofli by permission of Mr. iialv), Mr. arsloe, Mr. Pope, Mr. .Mills, Mr. A. Beck, Bell. Bate and Bur Mls<P8 Hluisdell, I roughs. SCENERY. EXCHANGE PLACE. A BOUDOIR. KIKTH AVhNUB. A MUSICAL M A iINEE ON MUHRAY HILL. LEXINGTON AVI NCE. YO KKV1LLE BROAD STREET (by Nlcht). THE LAVA rfEDS lit EXCHANGE PLACE. THE TOMBS. THE BRIDGE OK -SIGHS. Tllh SPECIAL SESSIONS, OLD ICE HOUSE UNDER A COACEiti' 8 V LOON. CORNER OK WALL AND BKOAD STREETS. IH "NEW IDl'.A." "MORA" MATIN KB. SATl* KDA Y. JUNK 14. BOOTH'S THEATRE. NEILSON. EDWIN BOOTH... Proprietor and Manager LAST WEEK OF THfc SEASON. last week AND FAREWELL PERFORMANCES OF MIsS NEILSON. ANU LAST WEEK OP MR. EDWIN BOOTH'S MANAGEMENT. Mr. BOOTH respccttuiiy announces the present week as the LAST SIX NIGHTS ot the engagement of MISS .\EILSoN, prior to her dep irture lor Europe. MONDAY. TUESDAY, WiiDN .? D iY and THURSDAY, LAST FOUR NIG HI'S OK AMY ROBSAK'f. On FRIDAY ana ,-ATItRDAY EVENINGS, and bATUKDAY AFTERNOON, at 1 at), MISS NEll.sUN will, In compliance wlih many requests, appear as ROSALIND, In Sbakspeare's exuulsite Comedy of AS YOU LIKE IT. LAST N. I Lift ON MATINEB on SATURDAY NEXT, AT 1:3a Seats may be secured tor thes.- closing nights of Mia NEILSON at the theatre, or at Ditson * Co. 'a Music store, 711 Broadway. BOW-RY TIIKATKE. WM B. FRBLIGH Manage* MONDAY, June 9, and during the week, engagement of the celebrated comedian and character actor. Mil. James J. bAKT LETT, who will appear In a new and original drama from the pen of the talented author, W. H. Cooper, entitled SUN AND SHADOW, being a true tale of Australian Hie? replete witn star* ling situations, striking tableaux and thrilling effects. Mr. Barllelt will produce during this engagement three new drama., never belore performed In America. For particulars see bills of the day. Revival of the glorloua farce of PKRKECTION. FRIDAY-BENEFIT OK JAMES J. BAETLETT. MONDAY? Mr. J. W. Me Hit's startling drama, oalled UANNA. FRIDAY, 20th? Benefit of Mr. John J. Jones, Treasurer. UNION SQUARE THEATRE. Proprietor Mr. SHERIDAN SHOOK Manager Mr. A. M. PALMES Begins at& Saturday Muttnuc at 1 :30. LAST NIGHTS LAST Wt.EK LAST NIGHTS LAST NIGHTS OF TIIE SEASON. LAST NIGHTS LAST NIGHTS LAST NIGHTS LAST WEEK OF LAST NIGHTS LaST NIGHTS Last NIGHTS Miss AGNES ETHEL LAST NIGHTS LAST NIGHTS LAST NIOHTS LAST NIGHTS LAST NIGHTS LAST NIGHTS LAST NIGHTS LAST NIGHTS LAST NIGHTS LAST NIGHTS LAST NIGHTS LAST NIGHTS LAST NIOHTS LAST NIGHTS OF FERNANDA. FEKNANDB. FERNANDA. FEBNANi'B. FERNANDE. FERNANDR. SATURDAY EVENING, FERNANDE. June 14. FERNANDE. Benefit of Mr. Edward Lamb, FEKNANDB. on which occasion will be FERNANDE. produced? first time here? FERNANDE. EVERYBODY'S KRIEND FERNANDR. and TOODLE& FERNANDE. FERNANDE. FERNANDE. FERNANDE. and of FERNANDE. FRIDAY EVENING, June IS, benefit of Mis* JENNIE LRB, on which occasion will be produced, for the flrat time at thin theatre, Robertson's play of CASTE, with J. H, 8TODDART, who bus Kindlv volun teered In the part Of ECCLES. LAST NIGHTS LAST NIGHTS LAST NIOHTS LAST NIGHTS LAST NIGHTS LAST NIGHTS LAST NIGHTS LAST NIGHTS LAST NIOHTS LAST NIGIITS LAST NIGHTS LAST NIOHTS LAST NIGHTS OF ETHEL ETHEL ETHEL ETHEL ETHEL ETHEL ETHEL ETHEL ETHEL. ETHEL ETHEL ETHEL ETHEL ETHEL ETHEL. Monday evening, June 18, ETII EL FERNANDE. LAST NIGHT OF THE SEASON, ETHEL FERNANDE. and Benefit of ETHEL Mr. E. II. Gonge. Treasurer, on which occasion Miss AGNES ETHEL will make her last appearance this season in the ?<reat Parisian comedy, FEKNANDB. FERNANDE. FERNANDE. FERNANDE. FERNANDE. FEKNANDB. FERNANDE. FERNANDE. FERNANDE. FERNANDE. FKKNANDE. Wednesday even1*, June 18, FERNANDE. commcnccmcnt of the FEKNANDB. Summer Season FERNANDE. and FEBNANDE. engagement, for a short period, ot the charming actress, Mitj CI1ARLO J TE THOMPSON? who will appear in her wonderful impersonation, J AN IS EYRi.. Seats for these performances may now be secured. ETHEL, ETHEL. ETHBL ETHEL ETHEL ETHEL, ETHEL ETHEL ETHEL ETHEL. ETHEL ETHEL ETHEL ETHBL WOOD'S MUSEUM. PRANK MAYO. IMMENSE AUCCES8 AND ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION OF MR. FRANK MAYO In DAVY CROCKETT POSITIVELY LAHT WEKK OF Mil. F.tANK MAYO. The popular young artist, Mr. FRAN1C MAYO. In Murdoch's new and BEAUTIFUL IDYL Of the backwoods, called DAVY CROCKETT, DAVY CROCKETT, with an excclleut Cast MATINEE / Last week of the celebrated Actor, Performances I Mr. E. KDDY, AT 2 P. M. ) In the Nautical Drama of THE OCEAN OK LIFE, cast to entire Company, Including tlrst appearance of the favorite Actor, Mr. WILLIAM MARDEN. MONDAY EVENING, June 10, J. M. WARD In new Sensation of CUBA. LAST NIOHTS AT a SATURDAY, LAST MATINEE. Theatre comiqub, su broadway. Mr. JOSH UAKI' Lessee and I'roprlctor Messrs. John K. 1'oole and T. L. Donnelly Maaager* MONDAY, June tf. 1S7X BNUAGEM KNT FOR ONE WEEK ONLY, 8IX NIGHTS AND TWO MA1INEES, at A SALARY OF ?1,M0, the great Irish, Dutch and Negro Dialect Comedian, Mr. JOS. MUi.PHY, Mr. JOS. MURI-nY, In Fred Maeder's great Proteau Drama, HELP. Mr. MURPHY IN NINE CHARACTERS, with Songs. Dances, Musical Solos, Ac., In whleh he Is admitted to be WITHOUT ANY LIVING RIVAL. MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AT S?1 (CENTRAL PARK GARDEN. -THEODORE THOMAS. j THEODORE THOMAS' UNRIVALLED SUMMER NIGHT'S CONCERTS, THIS (MONDAY) EVENING, JUNE 9, AT & L Overture, "Kuy Bias" Mendelsaoha 2. Walt/, "lllustratlonen" Straus* 9. Aria, "Cuius Anlmani (Stabat Mater) Hosntnl 4. Ballet, "Relne de Saba'' Gounod 8. Overture. "Tunnhaeuser" Wagner 6. Allegretto, "Seventh Symphony" Beethovea 7. Dance of ''Nymphs and Reapers" A. 8. Sullivan 8. Rliapsodle Hongrolse No. 2 I.tsst 9 Overture, "Desert Flower" Wallac* 10. Amaryllis (air composed b ? King Louis XII.) <;y lis 11. Walts, ' Arusts' Lite" HirauM 12. March, "Amazon?" Mlchaeli* Admission aoc. Packages containing 12 tickets, $4 Can be obtained at the principal niuiio stores; also al 288 Broadway, and Central Park Garden. EVERY THURSDAY. GRAND EXTRA CONCERTS. BRYANT'S OPERA HOUSE, TWENTY-THIRD STREET, between Sixth and Seventh avenues, near Booth's Theatre. BRYANT'S MINSTHELS. BRYANrs MINSTRELS BKYANTS MlNsTRELS. BUY A NT'S MINsTKKLS. BRYANTS MINSTRELS. BRYANT'S MINSTRELS, BRYANT'S MINSTRELS BRYANT'S MINSTRELS. BEY ANTS MINSTHELS. THE MODOCS. THE LIVE INGIN. POMPKY'S BLUNDERS LUCCA. PRIMA DONNA. Daniel in the Bryant's Dek Clodoehe. THE MODOCH The strolling Pt*ye"fc 100thTH^W(^a MATINEB SA rURDAY, JUNE 14, 1873, BENEFIT OF _ HABBY STANWOOD and JOHN 8IVORL IMMENSE ATTRACTIONS.

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