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The Trotters in Training fbr the Coming Season. Over Seventy Horses on the Grounds Bril liant Prospects for the lnnngura tion Meeting of 1872. Fleetwood Park has commenced its third season with One prospects of success. Pnder the management of the new Superintendent, Mr. Wil liam Van Uitt, many changes have been ma?lo in ?ne track and its surroundings, and the niemlters and patrons of the association express themselves well pleased. A large number of new names have been enrolled recently, and sheds are in process of erection for the use of others who are expected to Join the association during the coming season. The road leading up the hill froni the bridge wliieli spans the creek, between the track and Ccutinl avenue, lias been put in fine order, and many otber matters arranged for the comfort of the public. The track is in capital condition, and the club house, under new management, renovated thoroughly for the opening meeting of tho year, which commences on the Ulstlnst., and continuing four days, during which time $ll,?oo in purses will be given for the different classes of horses entered to contend for them. The Bonner, thus early, lias astonished fact that AD*. the public "v the wonderful performances of his horses startle, Bruno, PoeuhontaH and Joe Elliott, on Fleetwood track, showing what horseflesh is capable of, even without preparation, has given uii additional interest to equine matters at this time. Below will be found a list of the several training htables and the horses which belong to them now at this track :? M. RODKN'8 STABLE. llav gekling Henry, bv Magna Ohart.a, with record of u:2h'4. Tills magnificent horse is going very fast, and will crowd Old Father Time hard this year. Sorn i gelding Triumph (formerly Joej, witli record of , _ , , Gray marc Young lleathcrbloom, with record of >:33. Brown gelding J. II. Coleman, by Hambletonlan. But gelding Dresden. Bay gelding Castle Boy, a fast young horse. Sorrel gelding Fleetwood. HAN MACK'S STABLE. Chestnut gelding Judge Fullerton. by Edward Everett; lias a record of 2:26;\?, and is trotting fast this spring. Bay gelding Myron Perry. Brown gelding George Palmer, with record or 2:lf?V Bay gelding Climax. Bay stallion Atchison. Brown stallion Waverlcy. Kay gelding Highland Boy. Brown mare Lady Hughes. Bonn geldltig Robin. Gray gelding, no name, and bay gelding, four years old. JOHN MTHPHY'S STABLE. Bay gelding i harlle Green, with record of 2:28 >4. Brown mare I.ady Sears. Bay gelding George \V. Patterson, with record of 1:31. Kav stallion Prince, by Volunteer. Captain t'ostar's very fast bay mare. Brown mare Kate. Chestnut stalliou called the "Magnit.h colt," by Edward Everett, dam by Trustee, a fine and fast, young borse, and six other promising young ones. I)AN PFlFKIl'S STABLE. Gray gelding Lottery, w ith record of 2:27. Sorrel stalliou Byron, with record of2:2fi?. Sorrel stallion Dutchman, with record of 2:31. Bay mare Grace Bertram. Sorrel gelding Lognn. Bay mare by George M. Patchen. Hay liorse Sir William. i Hay mare by Royal George, and a number of j promising green ones. 0. N. FElUirSON'S STABI.F. Black geldltig .1. H. Burke, with rerorn of 2:27 V . Sorrel gelding Colonel Fisk. , Bay mare Miss Miller. Bay mare Lady Polk. j Black mare Sweetmeats. Bav mare Bright Eyes. Bay marc Nancy Sykes. Black mare Jersey Belle. JOIIN 1.0VKIT'S STABLE. Brown gelding Young Bruno. Bay gelding, brother 10 Young Bruno. Bay Hanibletoniun mare Gazelle. Bay Kentucky mare Lu Lu. Brown inure Lady Fisk, aud some flnc-looklng gTeeu ones. VETF.lt MANKE'S STABLE. Bay stallion W. ll. Allen, with record of2:2AM,'. Bay mare Mury A. Whitney, full sister to W. 11. Allen. Gray gelding St. Elmo. Gray gelding Mercer. Gruy gelding Newton. DOCTOR qt lNTIN'S STABLE. Bay Hambletonlan stallion Compeer; a fine, fast horse. Buy Hanibletonlau stallion Bismarck; a very promising horse. Bay Hambletonlan Whirlwind. UKN MACE'S STABLE. Bay mare American Girl, with record of 2:1 P. Buy mure To pay. Bay mare Lady LovelL WILLIAM WEEKS' STABI.B. Brown stallion Daniel Boone. Black gelding Eight Bells, and a number of green ones. JOHN ELLIS' STABLE. A fast black gelding, no name. A fast tniy white-faced gelding, no name. Gray gelding Gray Eddy. R. J. Anderson's chestnut four-year-old colt by the Drew horse; very promising. Cohificl Dickey has in his stable tie1 sorrel gelding W. II. Tayior, and gray gelding Ralph. John Rogers lias a number in Ins stables, many of which give promise of future speed. The turf-loving community of New lork should take much interest In Fleetwood I'ark. as It is due to the private enterprise of a few gentlemen that the Associutiou was formed and the tiaek built, at n large expense. TROTTING IN NEW ORLEANS. LortsiANA Jockey Cub Cocrse of New Or leans, May 2, 1872.?Match, $l,ooo, mlk heats, to wagon. , , . , J. Hawkins names Mollie and mate (Johnson). 1 l D. Bid well names Lady Alice and mate (Roach) 2 2 Time, 2:42.V?'2:4*!. Same Day?Second Hack.?Purse, $20u; mile heats In harness uud to rule. W. B. Leonard entered b. ui. Frances I i T. P. Roach entered b. h - Time, 3:00-r-2:44 SCENES ON JERSEY HORSE CARS. It seems to be customary in Hudson county lo transport convicts from the various townships to the County Jail via the horse cars. Oftentimes it happens that ttie depraved prisoners, male as well as female, indulge In the most foul and insulting language in ttie presence of the passengers. On Monday afternoon twit llobokeii police officers were conveying captives on a horse car from lloboken, when one of the prisoners, a loose anil besotted wo man, began to make use of ihe vilest language In a loud, unmistakable tone, to the horror of several ladies who happened to lie on board. This obscenity continued <ii intervals to the end of the journey. What with uncomfortable ears, high lure and most opprobrious epithets on the part of outcast con victs, the travelling public fail to enjoy many con genial things on these ears. POHT OF'KK K NOTM I-'.. POST OFFICE NOTICE. The mails for Europe daring the ?n k ending Sa turday. Muv 11, 1872. will clov at this ..IP Weill's dnv, lit 12 Si. ; on Thursday at II A. W . ami m Saturday at a A. M. F II. junks, Vo<dma?ter. MIMICAL. A SOPRANO. GOOD READER, READY FOR EN gagemeut: only lor Protestant church. Apph t Kip nor A I/BITES, No. S West Fourteenth Urol DOYH WITH O* 11)1) VOICES WANTED?FOR Tilt it cliolr of St Ignatius' church, Fortieth <t.. hetwe. n Nil and <Mh a vs. Applv to the organist mi Wednesday and Saturday evenings, or Sunday alter service. ( ' 1'ITAR. VIOLIN, PIANO, ORGAN SINGING HAL I j Private Lessons day and eveniic:. 'J-' Union i,luce. Kstabllslied ISM. Open Ihe year round. ? Ireulat* L.,,t free J. JAY WATSON, Musical Director pla sent free. ORGAN-FOP PARLOR, LODGE <>R SI N DAY acIliad, new uiid u bargain; h* stop* and km c >?''' ? iiuinufactnrer's price $3*KI; sell now .or *2**1. i-8Wei>l Twentieth street tl'ANTKD AN ORGANIST FOR A I'ROII I'ANI vv eiuireti: aim ? tenor for ipiartct; salary moderate. Call tlik evening at lti7 Wert4SRh st. OAYCIIVti ACADEMIES. CAI's'li S DANCING ACADEMIES. cN ''I'.IA A 11. 1,1 -oNH at any hour, day or evening. IRCl LARS at private academy, 212 East Eleventh st MlMEhLAKKOI'l). A?JAPAM1N01 JAPANINGt JAPAN1NG'?IF ? want lin or Iron ware iapaned well anil ehrap CONNOLLY'S, 2.S l'earl street, between Fillloli uiui J limn Marble soda apparati;h?all styles, at re dueed prleea. ottawra Heer Fountain* and I vlraet I VJ^1.'"1 rat term-; . nil for lllu-traicd eutali -'ue. JAMES M Will I ?'| i I ll A ON. VA.,| .ffir. N. V rpiil NATIONAL COMPOslll- PAVING CGM*'ANY I will e.iiiirael to lay Kagni. s Iinprov.d lluriiilniii - ? - - ? 111 j'l " ? ' ?? ?????? I iiv meat is any eiiy or pla. ,? IM die l uRed S(.u, .; con i w ink, n toi.iak -idewalks. '.in eeiiar.-. Iiv iea walls I t.biuiii. tils |.,r Gri 1 ? . HI l .1 . to lur i.-,U Kmiflng aud Dram, Gi , Water and Sewn- p|, p .pp. t? p ,> au I Drain, Gi , A .I. r and Sev er IM. ttyl.p. l.i u.o I bis pa!.nil will lie ?..ld A.I ? a \ M p| fi PIRK, ''"?silillJI, / UJeud Mieit. >vw l. PROPOSALS, J>RCrp?M,S FOR INDIAN HOODS. I*Kr4HTWt'KT OP THK 1 NTKRIOR, ) OFFICE OF llXJIIAN Afphun, Mhv I, 1?72. t Healed proposals. endorsed "Proposal* for Iiullan (food*," will he received ul4Uund 42 Leonard street New XS.r.k' 42 ?t'<'lock M. on Tuesday, tin 21m .lay of Muv, l^^iXrlllcli l'l"<'<' will! pro for business on unit alter in* MUi day ol May, If,2, for furnishing. In the quantities low hi " if* |V-?'' H,l> ?r Utlthu "rUc'e,i "Aiued In the fol 3,Oipalrs.V point white Mackinac Blankets, to measure W*x7? Imlu s ..nil m elnii eight poulitis. 1,130 pairs ap point whit.! Mackinac Blankets, to mea sure 34xf?6 i lie he* ami weigh six pounds j1 |,"'7I w[ille Mackinac Blankets, to ineusurc 4-.,46 in. lies uml wcitrli ,v4 pniiii.ls, 2,1 Mi pairs 3 point scarlet Mackinac Blanket*. to men* H"f'i?o t ''tche*, a,uI weigh eight pounds. 2,260 pa rs , point scarlet Mackinac Blankets, to mea sure ,?4x6u inclicH mid weigh six pound* w .ar^,1Murkl,1,<' Blanket*. to measure . w.. . J *'d|(h 6'4 pound*. 1'11"' Mackinac Blankets, to iz?i ? fnclie* and weigh eight Pound*. ..?e?mmJ,ut^"po.,nt l,,dJK" W Mackinac Blankets, to liiiaKiiri Mu.t Inches and weigh six pounds. siipe /i/v Ja i<m!!i,1i i^l>Je Mackinac Blankets, to mea I \fMi ttn^ h<*IkI| 4 pulillllN. ?ii.tI.l;ui,m ???point Itreeti Mackinac Bluukets, to measure '"yhesiuid weigh ciitlit pound*. M?ai,|,n'r.<i2'^?|'<'.,n, ?"V", """"kinac Blanket*, to measure ?*?' '"''he*, and weigh *lx p.Minds. 7lK)pair*2-p,gut green Mueklnae Blanket*, to measure i 1 ,7Iw"l?h five and one quarter pound*. K1*?'yards tancy list Iilue Cloth, lb,31*1 yards saved !i?t Blue Cloth, u d2l yards saved list Scarlet cloth. ?Theav^Xnke?SWli!C*V>' "U"li,y 6f?> "ingle lllanket Shawl*. H,li standard make, equal nnun iSf' i ' f1, black, white, hrowu and Iilue. , dozen apools Cotton Thread, standard make 200 "'"'-'laB 6oord, one-half 3cord. -h.iifft yard.* Calico, standard print*, ti square 9?'.^yi yards blue lirilling, equal to "Ktnrk A." JJi'l'JLt ardj< Bed Tlckinu, equal to "('uiii'siugu C C A !S'?!! -Vttrds t,',r"wn Sheet!up, i t standard ilMf'.vtrds Duek, equal to "Bear Duck." 22,790 y ards 1-insey. 21,950 yard* iilue Flannel, twilled. 34, .Oil vard* red Flannel, i willed. 4,ni)0 yard* .trail* J'!*1" y?r?l? Colored Drilling (for dress lining:, o o!iXM . 'tclied Bhcrlhlg tjfor shroud*; 3,ihi(i vurds hickory Shirting. 1,<>0!) yards blue Ilenini*. 17,20.1 yard* Sailnct, poo.l quality. is? "H/-"'i cotton Handkerchief)!. 630dozen men's wool Sock* 420 dozen Women's w ool Ilose. 303 dozen children'* wool Muse. 211,172 rc.1 flannel Shirt*. 6,430 pray tin line I Slnrt*. 6,520 hickory Shirt*. 1.100 calico Shirt*. 600 woollen Hoods. 460 Balmoral Skirt*. 720 Scarfs. 2.000 pounds Yarn, assorted colors. 2.1 M pounds (inline Tw Ino, 2 and 3 Cord, equal rmnnlt tic* ho*. 20,35 and 40. 1,364 pound* Cotton Mitilrc, for Seines. 30 pound* Indipo. 644 Uoz.i 11 hc.*t casl steel Axes, 3 to t's pound* 636dozen beat < list steel Hunter's Axes, liaadli .1 623dozen Axe Handle*, 311 Inch, No. I. A3" dozen uuncd iron Preserving Kettle*, 3). to lo quart*. in u^l'quunMtios' hon,llt' Fr-Vilig Puns, No* 1,2 uuu 3, in 392 dozen Tin Pan* pressed, 2, 4 and 0 quarto. '?-'I ?U)Z(*h I iii ('uus, pints. 223 dozen Tin Palls, no covers, 8, 10 and 12 quart* 40 dozen Tin Poll*, with covers, H. lo and 121 quart* 1(19dozen Tin Dippers, lung handles. 104 dozen Tin Colrce Pots. 273 dozen tinned iron Tabic Spoon*. 60 dozen tinned Iron Tea Spoons. 1,3!IH dozen Butcher Knives, 0 inch. 150dozen Hunting Knives, 6 inch. 90dozen Skinning Knives, (1 Inch 25 dozen Knives and Forks, gum! quality 91 dozen Taper Saw Files, 4'? Inch. 33dozen Mill Saw Files. 293-dozen Planters' Hoc* No. 2, best east 86 dozen Hoe Handle*. 20dozen Hatchets. 20dozen Hand Saw*. 771 dozen Kl*h Hooks, assorted size*. 231 dozen Fish I.iiK1*. assorted size* 752 dozen Sewing Awls. 494 dozen Sewing Awl Handle*. 67 do/en cast steel Shears, and 8 lueR, 338 dozen Coarse Cmulw. 74 dozen Fine-tooth Comb*. 25dozen open Thimble*. :i2 dozen Zinc Mirror*. I"dozen Sheep Hell*. No. 1, strapped. .KM dozen pair* Wool Cards. 161.090 Needles, assorted size*. 95.000 (Hovers' Needles. I,360 Heaver Trap*, New-house, No. 4. 200 Fox Traps, Newhoiihe. No. 2. 2,640 I'amp kettle*. In lu-st* of three. 4,9(KI hunches Heuds, assorted colors, 1,400 Powhatan Pipes. 1,4(10 Keed Stem*. 31*1 Dutch Oven*, with lid* jj.J03 Seek ('out*, assorted size* for men. 3.333 I ,nits, assorted size* lor men. :?X) YchIs, assorted aizetcfor men. 00 is"'-* ? Sack iivcri oat*, large size. ap'^? ' and pantsi lor hoys Ave to ten year* of Mtt9 pail* Men's Shoes, good quality, assorted sizes. 894 pairs W omen's Shoe*, p(?*f quality, assorted sizes. i59 pairs Children's Shoe*, pood quality, assorted *izc? 450 heavy i uyxlmerc Caps. 7,ufsi Mi n's Wool Hats, assorted sizes and colors. tM Hois' Wool Hat*, assorted size* ami color*. 44.450 pounds Tot nice o, plug. All the above good* must he delivered in New York Philadelphia or Boston l>y the lOtli day of June, next Also tin- following Blanket*, which will he required to he delivered hv the 1st day of August next:? ) ' ?V l"!,""* al"'ini white Mackinac Blankets, to measure (rfi',7'- niche*, and weigh eight pound*, j I."50 pair* 2S-polnt while Mackinac Blankets, to : measure MxUI iii. lie*. ami weigli six pounds. I pairs3-]>oint Miirh i Mueklnae Hhinkct*. to measure I n0xi2inches, and weigh eight pounds, l,2t*i pair* 2'a-point scarlet Maekinne Blanket*, to ; ineusurc Mxtki inches, iiml weigh six pound*. 3,:tfi5 pair* 3-iioint imligo-hlue Mackinac Blanket*, to I measure 9i\?2 inches, ami weigh eight pound*. I 2,506 pair* 21, point indigo blue Maetlnac Blankets, to 1 measure .'<4x1(0 inches, and weigh six pound*. . a*)pair*3-|(oint.green Maekinne Blanket*, to measure i (six,2 inches, und weigh eight pound*. | 100 pairs 2'j point green Mackinac Hlankets, to measure I 64X1,(1 Inches, ami weigli six pound*. ? 2-poiut green Mackinac Blankets, to measure i 42x4" inches and weigh liveuiid one quarter poll nils. I The bids will tie opened in the presence ot the Hoard of i t Indian Coiiuiiissioners mid a comnilttee to he designated ; by the Secretary oi the Interior, as soon as the lime for ! : 'ceei \ ing the s*ins* "hall have expired, and the contract* ' | will he awarded as soon thereafter as praeticuhle. i Parties hiddin.'are required toiurnhdi samples of the I articles I.ul tor, the name* of the bidder* to be attached to i each sample. _ I The price* innst he given without any iiiodUtcntlou or l proposed modification whatever. The right will be reserved to require a greater or less , iMiuntlty mot <-\(cr ding 26 per cent in cither case) of anv ; ol the article* than that sp. oitled in the above schedule* ' Xif (In prk'A"* pn?posfM|. ' 1 lie right will tie reserved to reject any or all proposals li "lieli a course should In- deemed tor the uitere*i*ut the I got e runic lit. All article* furnished under contract will he required to he delivered, packed ami marked for shipment villi j ool extra charge lor ease* or haling when in original p.'ickagi s. acc ording to direction* w hich will be given, at a warehouse in In designated in the respective cities wh're the goods ar, leeelved. anil will he subject to in ? spec'(ion by the Hoard of Indian Commissioners appointed by the President, and such good* or articles as muv in i any respect tail lo conlorm to the samples will he re h'l h d, and in that ease the eoittrautor will he hound to lurm*h ml er- Ol the required kind or qualify wiililn live day ? : or h that he not done, they w ill he purchased at his ! rx[u!iiw. Nn l?ui? will <'4?u 4j(i<?r*'il from pernonf who hnvc niiu d to coinpiv with tin* r?'.i|uirt'!iit'tit* of a former con j I'liyme? i will hi* nuulo for the yrooi).^ pv?rc:ha?od on the I prewi iitjition of th?- invoi< es thereof at tlib ofhec. after i the\ mi a 11 hiivo li* ?n property approved. No proposal will l* eon*itlerei| that does not strictly 1 , comply with too following form : 'I i"nvi'i prnpitdf p? furnish (he Indian Department, j , JO'cnrdin^ to tiie terms of the nd\crtisement-of the (\nn iiit.??loiicr of Indian A flairs, dated Mhv I. 1^72, tin* follow IriK jirtiel'-v at ih. firi? es tlien touilixed. (Here luhert the I list of artlr h s propoM'd to f?e furnished.) Said articles i are to he de-Jive-red Ul (here (inert the propoM*(l place ot deliver,V > h> the (irwert dam?. And If'thlH proposal he a)? eepted / p.r we) will, within ten du> s after helmr notified extreuft* a cnntr.:et areordimrlv. and yeeuritv t?? the ; f (OUiinir IftD'T Ot Imiian Affairs for the lalUiful perforin , anee ot tne siuni*."' Eaeh proposal innat he aeeompanled hv a guarantee In , the following lin m, to he sltrned hv two reMpon.sihle per yoiis wIihm' atthi. iitv in list he certified hv a Inited Jud^e 4>r limfrier Attorney "W. hereh\ lohitly and severally ffuararitee that the a hove bidder (or hMd<*r*>), it a eontraet shall he awarded to Iiini (or thetin iiecontin/ to Ins mr their) hid or propo *al, w ill ( M-eiiie a ennti'aet iiecordingly, and giie the- re (|iiisi|e *eciiritv lor the luilhl'iil perfunhuiiee ni iJn' same a* prescribed in the udvertisemeiii for Proposal* for In' diaii Hoods, dated May 1, 1*72; ami In the event of lit* (or their) failure to do so we hereby agree and bind ourselves our heirs, executors ami ndiniiil trutor* to forfeit and pay to the I'nited State, as damage,*, u sum not less than tii Icen per cent oil the aiiioiini of *?ld hid or proposal " Bonds will he required in the amount ot the bid tor the laiihf'il perforinaiice of the contract, Willi two or more sureties. Whose "Ulhcieney must he certified to hv a I'lilted States,Iudge or District Attornev. FRANtlfH A. \VAf>KFK, I'oinuiis*ioncr. 4 1 b'l' IKON I'll'K?SEAHKH I'KOPOHAIX Wild, BK I 4 r veil at the olllce ol 4 H. WAIIXEK, President of Hayono,- and Creeuvllle tlasllght I'otnptinv. 28 and 29 *t "(reel. New York, for 4 ("XI feet ol 4 inch and 7,000 ' lee' Ot Tilieli gasplpe; to he delivered lit HergOII Point, IV. J. T It I I.I.I \ It OH. \ M'tDh ASsiiltTMFNT OF NKIT AND HKI'OND '\ """ I Uintar,l rallies; ills I Balls, Cues, Cloth and en ry thing apjicrtaliiing to the huslne**; Tables taki n oil storage. (iF.OKl.l, 1*,. PIIK1.AN, No, i Barclay street. \| ST A.NIIAUI' A M IKD'A N III I.I.I A H I> TAHI.ES? ' \vi (V1"."': "l*" "agatellesand everythingiiiiricr* 'aliilng to Millard*, at lowc.t prices II W ('OlLrnDKH. siiei cssor lo Plieian A Colic infer, 73S It road way |>l ID II \S| Ills lip HII.l lAKIl TAHl.KH \\ 11,1, . I'lJJiii lll"'iV|'ant,,geto. a|1 and . xainlne W. II. <(h It Hi II 8 new design bevelled lahles; second hand V,1'ey"-tr,"."!t t' ' ' Warerooills 40 OK\'l'IHTH V. A "w/it" o,U', 7i:K,TU PFItMANI NTI,V ii, .. . plate, . ois(,s or any CXI raetiou.-; Teeth built upon *t,"ii(is to original Imp, and color. Ir It.l.sMOMi 17 Fast Ninth street, near University II HI HH A HI) (OR \ III VTK HFNTIST AND ARKAH n.-^ti'" ' ",,nV."'' I" 2K. Wed Forli-third street near wir^^rcir^'""" ??? ?*w IIVHTIII 4 T14KK. A T THOMPSON'S COLI.RljR, 20 FOI'RTII AVI NI'F JV oi'l'i" ' "'I"'1 , Institute Bool.keeping Writing' Arlthmctle, Shorthand, French and BuauMi: separala I ladle*'denar iin t!!; day and evening; telegrauhv iaught [ practically; demand tor operator*. krapny mugiit t HO.MK NCHOOL-IN A IIK X I,Til IT I. l,l)( x riON lor (hildcen: Will be Vhoroughlv iu?lrnclcil |n Kngllsli braiiebes, music iiiul needleivork; tliey receive home comtort*and a mother'* care. Addres* Mr* ii f HKYMOt'R, New (,'anaai). Conn. (4 PIIOI.I, PltoFKSSOft OF SPXN'HH, ITALIAN J. French and Kngllsli, Literature, History iiml PhD losophy. Private lesson* given at the pupil'* residence, livcniii',' classes at hi* residence. No. 5*9 Fulton strecL Brookly n. O'V: nip:, ii. RKMOVAhS. IMF. PAL'IFD MI'Tl'AL IN8I HANCE '71 RarixntTAr Ns? Vobk May I, 1*72. 1 bis , nmpnr . hi cd lo its new uttice, IlJ B.oad* ' 'ziv u iiinol cvtitfj ot Ci iJai (link THE EVEIIIIIO TELEGRAM. The EVENING telegram UAH NOW THE LARGEST AND BEST CIRCULATION OK ALL the: EVENING DAILIES. Libera; at'd independent in politic*, with Hi" Intent im portant new* I rum nil part* of tin- country. giving the various aspect* of the political situation Irmn all **c tlon*. it can lie relied on an u truthful reflector ot the coming eunvaK*, and the column* of the Telegram wilt give each d:iy u lull and complete ineiporuiulu of the doing* of clique*, caucuses uml convention* of toe dll Icrcut parties interested iu the Presidential contest THE EVENING TELEGRAM HAS NOW THE LARGEST AND BEST CIRCULATION OK Al.l, THE EVENING DAILIES. ALL THE LOCAL NEWS OK THE CITY. ALL THE FASHION NOTES, OPENINGS. AC. ALL THE KT AND LITERARY CRITICISMS. ALL T1IE STAGE AND THEATRICAL ITEMS. ALL THE COI RTS, POLICE INTELLIGENCE. AC. ALL THE MARKETS AND DorNGH ON 'CHANGE. ALL THE HEAL ESTATE AND AUCTION MATTERS. ALL THE GOLD AND STOCK FLUCTUATIONS. The office of the EVENING TELEGRAM removed to No 2 Ann street, Herald BuUdlntr. rpiIK EVENING TELEGRAM HAS NOW THE LARGEST AND BEST CIRCULATION OK ALL TDK KVliNINU DAILIES. Libera! and independent In politic*, with the latest im portant new* front all purl* of the country, giving the varioti* aspects of the political situation from all section*, It can ho relied on as n truthful reflector of the coming canvass, and the columns of the Telegram will give each day a Dill ami complete memoranda of the doing* ol clique*, caucuses ami conventions of the ditlercnt parties interested iu the Presidential contest. THE EVENING TELEGRAM 1IAS NOW THE LARGEST AND REST CIRCULATION OK ALL THE EVENING 1)111 LIES. ALL THE LOCAT NEWS OK THE CITY. ALL THE FASHION NOTES, OPENINGS, AC. ALL THE ART AND LITERARY CRITICISMS. ALL THE STAGE AND THEATRICAL ITEMS. ALL THE GO CRTS POLICE INTELLIGENCE. AC. ALL THE MARKETS AND DOINGS ON 'CHANGE. ALL THE REAL ESTATE AND AUCTION MATTERS. ALL THE GOLD AM) STOCK FLUCTUATIONS. Tho Office of the EVENING TELEGR AM removed to No. 2 Ann street. Herald Building. rpiiE EVENING TELEGRAM II.AS NOW THE LARGEST AND BEST < lltCl LATIoN OF ALL THE EVENING DAILIES. Lihi r&l and independent in politic*, with the latest iin portant news from all parts of the country, giving the various aspects of the political situation from all sec. tion*. it can be relied on as a truthlu! reflector of the coining canvass, anil the columns ot the lVlegram w ill give each day a lull nod complete memoranda of the doings of the cliques, caucuses and eottventious of the dif ferent parties interested in the Presidential contest. THE EVENING TELEGRAM H AS NOW THE LARGEST AM) BEST CIRCULATION OK ALL THE EVENING DAILIES. ALL THE LOCAL NEWS OK THE CITY. ALL THE FASHION NOTES, OPENINGS, AC. ALL THE APT AND LITERARY CRITICISMS. ALL TDK STAGE AND THEATRICAL ITEMS. ALL THE COURTS. POLICE INTELLIGENCE*. AO. ALL THE MARKETS AM) DOINGS ON 'CHANGE. ALU THE REAL ESTATE AND AUCTION MATTERS. ALL THE GOLD AND STOCK FLUCTUATIONS. The office of the EVENING TELEGRAM removed No. 2 Ann street, Herald Building. rpiiB 1 BVENJNG TELEGRAM HAS NOW THE LARGEST AND REST CIRCULATION OK ALL THE EVENING DAILIES. Liberal and independent 111 politic*, with the latest im portant news Irom all part* of the country, giving the 11 soc various aspects of the political situation from all tion*, it t un oo relied on as a truthful rclleotor of the coming canvas, and the columns of the Telegram will give each day a lull uml complete memoranda of the doing* of cllqne*, eatteuses and conventions of the dlifer ent parties Interested in the Presidential contest. THE EVENING TELEGRAM HAS NOW THE LARGEST and best CIRCULATION OK ALL THE EVENING DAILIES. ALL THE LOCAL NEWS OF THE CITY. ALL THE FASHION NOTES, OPENINGS, AC. ALL THE ART AND LITERARY CRITICISMS. ALL THE STAGE AND THEATRICAL ITEMS. ALL T11E GO I ItTS POLICE INTELLIGENCE AC M.I. THE MARKETS AND DOINGS ON Oil VNOK. A LI THE REAL ESTATE AND AUCTION MATTERS. Al l. THE GOLD AND STOCK FLl CIT ATIONS. The office of the EVENING TELEGRAM removed rr No. 2 Ann street, flrrnld Building. HE EVENING TELEGRAM HAS NOW THE LARGEST AND BEST CIRCl LATION OK ALL TH E EVENING DAILIES. Liberal and independent in polities, wiilt the latest im portant news front all parts of the country, giving tlie various aspects of the political situation from all sec tions, It can be relied on as a truthful reflector of the coining canvas*, and the columns of the Telegram will give each day a Bill and complete memoranda of the doing* of cliques, caucuses mid conventions of the dif ferent parties interested In the Presidential contest THE EVENING TELEGRAM II AS NOW THE LARGEST INI) BEST CIRCULATION OK ALL THE EVENING DAILIES. ALL THE LOCAL NEWS OK THE CITY. ALL THE FASHION NOTES, OPENINGS, AC. ALL THE ART AM) LITERARY CRITICISMS. ALL THE STAGE AND THEATRICAL ITEMS. ALL THE COURTS. POT.ICE INTELLIGENCE, AC. ALL THE MARKETS AND DoINtiS UN 'CHANGE. ALL THE REAL ESTATE AND AUCTION MATTEJtS. j ALL THE GOLD AND STOCK FLUCTUATIONS. The office Of the EVENING TELEGRAM removed to No 2 Ann street. Herald Ruilding. rniiE I EVENING TELEGRAM HAS NOW THE LARGEST AM) BEST CIRCULATION OK ALL THE EVENING DAILIES. Liberal and Independent in politics, with the late*t im portant news front all parts ol the country, giving the various aspects of the political situation from all section*. It can he relied on. a* n truthful _rot1ector of the coming canvas, and the column* of the Telegram will give eueli day a full and coinfilete memoranda of the doing* of eliqnes, caucuses ami conventions of the different parties interested in the Presidential contest. THE EVENING TELEGRAM HAS BOW THE LARGEST AND BEST I IRCI'LATION OK ALL THE EVENING DAILIES. Al.L THE LOCAL NEWS OK THE CITY. ALL THE FASHION NOTES, OPENINGS, AC. ALL THE ART AND LITERARY CRITICISMS. ALL THE STAGE AND THEATRICAL ITEMS. ALL THE CO! RTS, POLICE INTELLIGENCE. AC. ALL THE MARKETS WD DOINGS ON 'CHANGE. ALL THE REAL ESI U K AND MICTION MATTERS. ALL THE GOI.D AND STOCK I LI CITATIONS. The office ol the EVENING TELEGRAM removed No 2 Ann street. Herald Building HIE EVENING TELEGRAM 11 AS NOW THE LARGEST AM) BEST CIRCULATION OK ALL THE EVENING DAILIES. Liberal and independent In politics, wrllh the latest im- I portent news I'min all parts of the cuuntnr, giving the various aspect* of the political situation front all see- ! Hons, It can he relied on a* a truthful ri flector of the coming canvas*, and the column* of the Telegram will give each day a full uml complete memoranda ol Un doing* ot clique*, caucuses and conventions of the dif- I Icrent parlies interested in the Presidential contest THE EVENING TELEGRAM HAS NOW TIIK LARGEST AND BEST CIRCULATION OK.AM. THE EVENING DAILIES. L THE LOCAL NEWS OF THE CITY, t THE FASHION NOTES. OPENINGS. AC. L THE ART AND LITERARY CRITICISMS. L THE STAGE AND THEATRICAL ITEMS. I THE COURTS, POLICE INTELLIGENCE, AC. , THE MARKETS AND DOINGS ON CHANGE ; THE REAL ESTATE AND AUCTION MATTERS. , THE GOLD AND STOCK FLUCTUATIONS. The office of the EVENING TELEGRAM removed to No. 2 Ann street, Herald Building. T HE EVENING TELEGRAM HAS NOW HIE LARGEST AND BEST CIRCULATION OK ALL THE ? EVENING DAILIES. Liberal and Independent in politics, with the latest im portant new* from all pert* of the euuntrv. giving the v* rioti* aspect* of the political situation D-o'in nil section*. It can he relied on as* truthful reflector of lite coining run vass, und the column* of the Tel -gram will give en h day a lull mid complete memoranda ol the doing* of clique*, caucus,.*and convention* of Iho different parlle* Inter ested In the Presidential contest. THE EVENING TELEGRAM HAS NOW THE LARUB8T AND BEST CIRCULATION OK ALL THE EVENING DAILIES. ALL THE LOCAL NEWS OK THE CITY Al.L THE FASHION NOTES, OPENINGS, AC. ALL IIIE Altl AND LITERARY CRITICISMS. ALL THE STAGE WD TllKATRH'AL ITEMS. ALL THE COURTS, POLICE INTELLIGENCE. AC. all rui; markets and doings on ?change. ALL HIE REM. ESTATE AND tilt TION MATTERS. ALL rilK GOLD AND STOCK FLUCTUATIONS. The office of th< EVENING TELEGRAM fe' dtt\ ad to No 2 An:; street, U< fald Buiidiuc amusements. Bowery theatre. WJSNERfEY AND* E NTK R PR 18KRK W ARD K D. the talented, dashlug young Aetreas, MI88 tlZZlE slFFORD in her entirely new, romantic. sensational Play, ?ntlll? WOODLE1G1L . , ..... Dramatized expreaslv for Miss Sunord, frnni the beautil Foom, fiv Philip Sinner, called ROBERT OK WOODLEIUH, with a powerful cast, and all the vast rraouroo* or tnis popular theatre will be brought into requisition tofetvt dut effect to this splendid production. Preceded hv the marine Comedy of Crazy nan. ORA.ND WOODLKIGH MATINEE, HATt'ltllAY. 11TH. / 1 RAMI OPERA HOUSE, , ? ___ ( I TWENTY-THIRD STREET AND SJ.UIITH A1. Mr. J. F. COLE and Messrs. JARKETT A 1 AL.MLR re spe. fliilly state that a grand liKM'.r IT TUEliRAHATu!! >fr?CAL AND EVERY BRANCH OF THE AMUSEMENT PROFESSION, THURSDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING, MAY 9, 1872, at THE (iKANl) Ol'KHA HOtSK, to the vant number ol artistes sufferers by the destruction ul NIBLO'S OARDF.N and the aon-producGtmof MATINEE COMMENCING AT 1-91. Overture-l'oet and Peasant Conductor, slg. tlpertl MY NKIOHBOR'8 WIFE. Edtih rhallis Einiiia Tyson, Bowie Hudlow, viuiug Bowers. M. W. J^e, D.dl^v ^-mpurt^c.. Ac. DICK CARROLL AND Fl'PIL, ACT FROM SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL. Lnev Rushton, Oliver Douil Byron, John Jack, J ? Canoll. Ac., 4c'LAWRKN0B BARRETT IN A POETICAL RECITATION TRIO Tl'RN ON OLD TIME (from "Marltnna . A una Kcmp-liowlcr. Henri Drayton and Urookhouse ""xhc1 Musical Wonder (9 years of Hgel, Berlhu Morris, in u CAVATIN A. Irom Robert thi Devii. Vila Chanmun and J. F. Logan's Song and Dance, hidncy FrutSaln Ms INIMITABLE IMITATION ol Levy, the Cornet 1'laliv,<'jjliKSyE CIBCIJS ACT. CHAPMAN SISTERS. MR. AND MRS. J. L. HALL ami company, in one of their host pieces. Doors open atone o'clock. stage Manager lor entire entertainment, L.J. vlnccnt In ilie evening at S o'clock , doors open at '/S Overture fr.un Marltana. Conductor, II. rissingtou. Tohln's t oinedy, in three acta, THE HONEYMOON. *be 'est sat w.attw.'sx u ????*? "? ^^srsts^r" Emma llowson, Susan Oulton, Annie Kemp Bowler, Mrs. and Mr. Ilcurl Drayton, Brookhousc Bowler anil J. Northcote. oRAND BALLET. Miles, de Rosn, Alhertlna, Mazzeri, Lusardi, coryphees and fifty AND LITTLE FRAPD, ROLL1N HOWARD ANI^CHARLES BTUROES. THE CHAMPION SKArEUS, MOE BROTHERS, IN THEIR GREAT ACT. SIDNEY FRANKS IN IMS AMI'SINC, IMITATIONS. MARY STUART IN HER WELL KNOWN PERFORM IIKRR WILLIO IN HIS BIRD IMITATIONS. 1 feme 1 mliugyv ttha c H0KB v s KKSTIV AI.. COPA.KTNKRSH1PS. Mlt ALEXANDER TAYLOR, OK NEW YORK, BK eoii.es a resident partner In our I Inn ironii this date. London, May 1, 1872. CLEVIS, HABIt |1T A < O. business opportunities. a MAN WITH $800, TO TAKE HALF INTEREST IN A An established business; large percentage. Address LOCAL, Herald otllce. A YOUNG GENTLEMAN (GERMAN) WITH $10,000, A would like to continence' business with a lady with the same sum. Address 11CSINESS, box ll?i Herald nfflt i. AYOC.NG MAN WANTS TO BECOME ACTIVE PART tier in a well-paying business, with a capital to In vest of $1,800 to $2,000. Address L. I)., llerabl otllce. A Sl'RK FORTUNE.?FOR SALE, HALF IN'TER A est ill a light Manufacturing Husiness; u moimpo y paying soo per cent profit. None but cupiialists need apply at 1(10 Broadway, room 14. A GOOD BUSINESS, WELL ESTABLISHED, WANT A ed in exchange for Improved real estate, finely lo cated aud rented. Address, with lull particulars, LAW - RENCE, Herald office. A MAN, HAVING $2,100 CASH. CAN BECOME PART A ner In an exclusive monopoly, now in nourishing condition; with proper management a fortune Is certain. Apply at JOS Broadway, third floor, lYout. _ _____ A PRACTICAL, FIRST CLASS PHOTOGRAPHER, with the best relcrences, wishes ail active partner (ladv or gentleman), with some means, to start a photo graph gallery. Address LUX. Herald omee. A _A?DO YOU WANT TO BUY. SELL OR KX A . change Husiness, House or Property? Il so you will Mm! It to your advantage to send particulars or consult Willi us BETTS A YORSTON, Husiness Agents, Mi West Thirty-second street, two doors Irom Broadway. A RARE CHANCE FOR A LIVE MAX.?FOR SALE, A at envoiee, ft valuable country Drug Store, doing a veurlv business of *->.1,(11X1 to $3U,UU?; can doubled ; irrund chance lor expansion; owner going South. Apply to l>. F. CURLBY, 12 Centre street A RARE OPPORTUNITY.?LIGHT MANUFACTUR jCV iug Husiness in full operation ; a slnple urtlele; sick ness reason for selling. 308 West Twenty third street, Weal Side Advertisement office. / SAUTING.-MIST BE SOLI) ON ACCOUNT OF OT1! KR I business, live Horses, four Carts, two Trucks, all nearly new with llr-t rale work; everything in complete order. Inquire of LAFFKTTY, pier 24 Nortli River, between Vcsey and Barclay streets. IioR SALE-LEASE. FIXTURES, AC., OF AN AM ' and Porter Brewery and Malt House, In 1 hlladelphta, in complete running order, and now In operation. Has all the modern improvements and good well. Capacity f, brewery PA) barrels per day. Ales and porter have an A 1 reputation and at. established city trade. The pres ent owner Is ilssirous of retiring from business. Address BREWERY, llerabl office, New York, or Ledger otllce, Philadelphia. _ "IVOR SALE ?A PABTf ENGAGED IN THE MINERAL T water business, wishing to liquidate. Is willing to *11 nt a MKTitU'O the Appuratun, Siphon am! all the Stink couceriiUiK the bti* ? ess. None hut those wiMhinK to buy for re ad v rash need apply. Address A M. Hotel del Keereo, II East Eleventh street, from 111 A M. to I- ??. TAORTUNE FOR AN' ENERGETIC MAN WITH U $l.i*X) to $2,000, by joining the advertiser in opening a first class bar aud restaurant. Particulars at 18 East Sixteenth street. Hotel TO LKT.-A rare chance to young men starting In life. First cluss Hotel in a principal Southern city, doing largo business, elegantly furnished, at -i low rent and long lease and at a great sacrifice. Ap ple to THOMAS 1ZOD, .'.1 Cortlundt street, corner Green wich street. T HAVE TWO NOVELTIES. STAPLE AND LEGITI I mate, that eclipse all now in the market, and I want a gentleman, with $l.MK> to $2.0(W,and Afraid to soil his hands. Address BUI LITTLb THING, Hern Id office. ___ _ TUAS TO TAKE CHARGE OK THE JF.KSEY CITY 31 branch of a manufacturing business; $200 to $.ioo cash required; salary and commission paid. Apply at 02 Montgomery st, room ft. Jersey City. Partner wanted?in a manufacturing busi ncss protected bv patents. Little capital required front a party competent to manirgc the business. E. W. HA1GIIT, 2iii Broadway, room 3. Party with $4uu wants male or female partner, with same amount, to Join him in purchase ol business worth $.v,uuo Hist year. Address W. P. W., Herald nfficix IJAUTNEK W.VNTI.D-Wuni FROM ?I.U)0 TO $.\mw, I in a business llist will bear the closest scrutiny, or will take a young man, with trom SlJ**' <? JUft)*1, an.,l,?,'^(S sahirv and money secured. c-hIIoii or address r. rON rAN K, No 6 Ra sI Tonrte nth ilreet. onGUUrv ?A suitable party, with $;>,ik?) or more, as special or active, can secure a very profit able business in a valuable proprietary medicament, which Is already well established In wine of the States. Particular* given at office of J. PLANT, 29 Br.uidway. _ 1 no HOTEL MEN.?WANTED, AN EXPERIENCED J man to open a small countrv hotel, good location; house first class; in perfect order; convenient to depot; grounds stables, *c. The right man, with a tew thousand M" M ITcilELL, Cedar strect_ fir ANTED?A PARTNER WITH $1,000. CAN HAVE W good trial of the business before investing. Busi ness pleasant, honorable and sure to pay. Apply at 7fj Broanway, basement store. __________ 117 ANTED TO PURCHASE?AN INTEREST IN AN V> established business, eitv or country, w-hioh reqmrea tin- -en Ices of a business man. and Irom $I,IHW to $-, I0U rash. Address, with rull particulars, INVESTIGATION, Herald office, I TIT ANTED?$3,1*10 TO EXTEND THE BUSINESS >Y (already established) ol a fruit and grnpe plaiita lion In Florida, with the privilege to the party advancing the mnncv of an interest in the business; mortgage on the lirobertv "given as security and liberal rate ot Interest paid Address Immediately or call at room 308 Hoffman ' House. ? W (N+ED \ MAN WITH $2"H CASH TO PUT AGAINST 1 Y\ inv trade In the produce commission bustm ss; good I trade. 'Address box ?>8 Grcenpoint Post office, Kings I county, N. Y. WANTED-AN ACTIVE VAN, WITH $ft.u?t. TO TAKE charge of the finances i" a good paving tiiaiiulac; | taring business. Address MECHANIC, box 172 Herald j office. _ <4? I J lit ?BUSINESS?A GENTLEMAN DESIRING rS-fUU. to put this amount on call, with unquestlon 1 able bankable sc. urit> and divide 8ft per cent every 48 hmirn, will, lor particulars, ftddrew >V 1IOLKHALB, Herald o0l< dt.-iWl -PARTNER WANTED IN AN EXCELLENT tine paving business; SIO.IKSI can be realized veurlv. This Is no humbug. Cull at 8fi Amity street. In quire for Mr. LEON. i?,-i nitA TO $2,IS00.?PARTNER WANTED, IN A JpL.UUU strictly cash business that will pay $r*i per day. Parliculars at 68 Broadway, rcatin 8, from II to 3 o'elock. _ _ dbl EAA ?SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY.?PARTNER wanted, ns tlnaneler, lor one ot the most celebrated money-making entertainments In America, drawing crowded bouses nightly. Apply at 106 Broadway, room 14. : A A AAA FOR A GOOD tIABH BUSINESS OK M.UUU $18,000; profits over clerk hire, Ac., $1,7.4) per year; on south Hide of Long Inland, 10 initiuti'H walk to depot; dwelling house and store. '/.ixS*; II outbuildings, acres; In a 11Itv climate, splendid water tront. Map and all particular's ot owner, II*) W ashlngton street. This Is one of the best places In the w orld lor a pleasant home ' and business. ??????? C'KWWWk TG $2.,>,<?*l T" INVEST -AS PARTNER IMU.UUU ill an established, Wc I paving commis sion, wholesale grocery or manufacturing hmvlne?, by an I nutivi* ( MuTiiuccd 1'Udncei inuu. Addrtrw rAYLOH%Jr.t lUraldomc^ ABfUSBMBMTS^ 1IUKATBE COMIQUB, DM BROADWAY. JOSH HART lMtrf and Manager BLUE MATINER. MONDAY. MATINEE. MATINEE. BLUB MATINEE. MONDAY. MATINEE. MATINEE. BLUB BLOB MONDAY. MONDAY. TIIE ADMIRAL, TIIE COLONEL HI.t'K ON HORSE BACK, MONDAY. THE BROKER. MATINEE. HI,UK MATINEE. MONDAY. An entire new olio by the Star Troupe. BLUE MONDAY. BLUE MONDAY, AT MATINEE. BLUE BLUE MONDAY, MONDAY. THIS AFTERNOON. BLUE MONDAY, BLUE TO-NIGHT. MONDAY. Matinee Wodnestfav and Saturday. OLYMPIC THEATRE. Good I iv MARTENS. Furi'wcll AIL LAST NIGHTS. HUMPTY'S gorgeous splendors for tlie last times. Gootlliy KIKALFYS Farewell All. The ueerleM Son of Moiiiuh holds hie tare well levees. Ilinnpty Dumpty See FOX'S Condi: antics once more. Goodby UUMPTY. Goodhv CASHKLLJ. Farewell All. ORIMALDI FOX bide fare well to the New York stage. LAST NIGHTS. See the end of 111 MI'l'Y. Be in at the tluieh. After the unprecedented run of one thousand perform ances In New York uloiiu, or over three hundred perform ances duritht each of three ennseeutive seasons, in HUMPTY DUMFTY, Mr. G. L. FOX will withdruiv irom the scene of his trluniphs shortly, and hereby announces his farewell nights ill New York. Secure your seats for the last night* of IIIIMPTY. MATINEES WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS AT 'J YTNION SQUARE THBATE K. U R W. Butler Ma nape r GRAND VOKKH MATINEE TO-DAY, GRAND VOKKS MATINEE TO DAY. Doors open at I. Commence at 2:110. THE WONDERFUL YOKES FAMILY. FRED. VI IKES. FRED. YOKES. JAW DON YOKES. FAWDON VOKES. VICTORIA VOKES. VICTORIA VOKES. JKS.-dE VOKKS. JESSIE VOKES. ROSIN A VOKES. ROSIN A VOKI'.S. AT TIIE GRAND MATINER TODAY, AT THE GRAND MATINEE TO-DAY, with the UNION SQUARE THEATRE COMEDY COMPANY K. It. Thorite. A. II. Davenport, Harry Hotto, George Atkins, W. Eaton, Welsh Edwards. Misses Jennie Kim ball, Minnie Juckson, Annie Wood, Millie Cooke, Ac. Seats inav be secured six days in advance. BOX OFFICE OPEN DAILY, from R A. M. to 4 P M. The Vokna are under engagement to appear at the Boston Theatre on June It, so their performances in New York are lieeessarilv limited. see The vokes at once. OOTII'8 THEATRE. BOOTH. LAST 12 NIGHTS of Mr. EDWIN BOOTH, and LAST 12 PERFORMANCES of RICHARD III. at the MATINEE on SATURDAY, at 1 :R0. MR. BOOTH us THE STRANGER. Seats secured for anv of the remaining nights of Mr. BOOTH and ol RICllAllD III. On MONDAY. MAY 2(1. MR. EDWIN ADAM* us ENOCH ARDEN. QTADT THEATRE. TIIE FAKBRI OPERA. O Representations of W. Richard. IMMENSE SUCCESS OF THE PROPHET. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. LE PROPIIKTK. LB PROPIIKTK. LK PROPIIKTK. DER PROPHET. LE PROPIIKTK. THE PROPIIF.T. DER PROPHET. LE PROPIIETE. THE PROPHET. DER PROPHET. LE PROPIIETE, TIIE PROPHET. DER PROPHET. LE PROPIIETE. THE PROPHET. LE PROPIIETE. LK PROPIIETE. LE PROPIIETE. Claru Perl, W. Richard, Jacob Mullcr, Henry Wiegatid, C. Bernard. Franosch. Inc7. Fahbrl. EVERYTHING NEW! Box otHce open now. OOD'S MUSEUM. WOOD'S. TWO ATTRACTIVE BILLS. B W THIS EVENING, at H. The celebrated artiste, MARIETTA RAVEL, MARIETTA ltAVEL, in her nOOMtt role of the FRENCH SPY. FRENCH SPY. FRENCH SPY. New Scenery, Costumes and superior CasL MATINEE SATURDAY, ut? I THIS AFTERNOON, at 2. LAST TIMES, Tlie Celebrated Burlesque, IX ION. IXION. PAULINE MARKHAM, BELLE llOWITT. ROM-IS HOWARD. A. II. SHELDON and Star Burlesque Troupe. Preceded by the Farce of "Creatures of Impulse." tONY PASTOR'S OPERA HOUSE, 201 BOWERY. 9?9?9?NINE NEW STARS?9?9-9 BILLY PASTOR. W. J. THOMPSON, FANNY WOOD, HARRY WOOD, ORVILLK PITCHER. BILLY CARTER, MILES MORRIS. HURLEY and MANN AND ALL THE OLD FAVORITES. A NEW DRAMA, THE TRAPPER SPY PASTOR'S NEW SONG, THE DOLLY VAKDF.N. Matinees Tuesday and Saturday. Ladles free on Fridays. ENOUGH.-LAST TIME THIS SEASON. IT "PECULIAR PEOPLE." ASSOCIATION HALL, FRIDAY, MAY 10. at 8 o'clock. Admission, 30 cents; Secured Seats, $1. To be bail at Randolph's book store, 770 Broadway, and Pond's music store, .19 I nioii square. RION MUSIC HALL?720 BROADWAY. 20?ARION. I Elegant, retlned, good, society. 731? ARIoN. | attractive lady attendants. First 720?ARION. class Arion Orchestra. Opi n nightly. free. M. CAM BELL. 720? ARION. | Admission A PIASOFOllTKH. LAKCE STOCK OF PIANOS, BEST MAKERS, TO rent or sell cheap; rent allowed on purchase. Coll ut M. M. MKKRKLL'S, No. H Union square 11fs'i Fourth nv.l AT HTKEDMAN a IIOLLYKR'H, m west sixteenth street?Square und upright Pianos lo rent and on instalments; 7 octave from $150 to $250, with till recent im provements. A B1 A 71 ' octave Pianoforte, richly carved leg*, overstrung bass, every improvement, cheap for cash. J. 'RIDDLE, 18 Waverley place, near Broadway. A BEAUTIFUL ROSEWOOD 7 OCTAVE PIANO-I OR $125; city maker and late improvements. Also Par lor Furniture at a bargain, at residence 24.1 East Thirtieth street, near Third avenue. A BARGAIN?ELEGANT ALL ROUND CORNER 7 octave Piano; cost over $500; pood as new; prlco $140; ut7t) University place, one door helow 1.1th st. N. P. B. CURTIS8. VT HAINES BROS., 27 Union square. The celebrated Haines Pianos, Unsurpassed for tone, finish, Ac., At very low tlgurc* for cush, or by instalments on most favorable terms. One second hand Piano, good as new. a bargain. A LADY WILL SELL BEAUTIFUL ROSEWOOD ('bickering 7 octave Pianoforte, overstrung, carved legs, Ac., half its original cost. Also full suit Parlor Fur niture. 28Third street, near Roivery. A MAGNIFICENT 7'4 OCTAVE RICH ROSEWOOD Pianoforte for sale; family leaving the city: will sell for $250; cost $14)0; used li months; also Parlor and Bedroom Furniture less than half cost. Call at private residence 120 Wost29d st., Iiefore purchasing elsewhere. \ BEAUTIFULLY CARVED PIANO FOR $250 CASH? Nen Pianos sod Organs very low; sold on monthly payments or rented, and rent applied on purchase. T. s. BERRY A co ,78$ Broadway. \ MAGNIFICENT SEVEN octave, rosewood case Piano, nearly new, made hy one of the best milkers, will be sold low for cash. Apply at 170 West Twenty-third street. VT it I.I'M K'N?CELEBRATED K N ARE PIANOS. ELK gun I rosewood eases, carved legs, agrafl" arrange ment, overstrung, latest improvements; second hand Pianos. $175, $230; great bargains. FREDERICK BLUMK, 27 Pninn square, Broadway. \M kGNIFlCBNT BOBEWOOD pi anoforte, grand scale, for sale, properly family leaving city, cele brated maker, made order, fully guaranteed, used live months, cost $900, for $275; Parlor Suits, Ftagcres, Book case, Carpets, Bronzes, Paintings, rosewood, walnut Bu reaus, Bedsteads, Mattresses. Dining Furniture. Ac., at a sacrifice. Call nclore purchasing elsewhere. Hi Weft 15th st., near 5th nv. I MUST CI.ASg PIANOFORTES To LIT, $0?GOOD Pianos from $1 to $5 per month; rent allowed If purchased. At (1. 1*. BENJAMIN'S Musical Academy, 546 Eighth uvenue, near Thirty-seventh street. Opi ii day and evening. IN WILLIAMSBURG.?NEW AND SECOND HAND Pianos, from $2 per month upwards; rent applied if purchased, at MeDONALD'S, 144 Fourth street, William* , Iroin $2 per month upwards; rent applied if ? , at MCDONALD'S, 144 r bin g Arlon Piano Wurerooms. PIANOFORTES TO RENT?COMPRISING GRANDS, Souares and Uprights, hv CHICKERING A SONS. II East fourteenth street, between Broadway and Filth av. PIANOS MF.I.ODKONS AND ORGANS OF NEW AND most beautiful style, of best maker*. at lowerprlcea lor cash or monthly instalments, or for rent, at WATERS', 4*1 Broadway, than ran lie louml elsewhere. CCHROF.DER'S PIANO WARKROOMS. 211 FOURTH O avenue (American Conservatory building).?First class Pianos at low prices; Pianos for hire. r.(l ALMOST NEW PIANOS FOR HALE?AT EX ?J" cccdlngly low figures and on easy terms. Piauoa torent .1 bai Fit A CO.. ?60 Broadway. lftl FOURTH AVENUE-CHAMBERS' PIANOS AT I""l special low prices; rich carved oblique upright, $.'1)41: rosewoial seven octave upright, $1M| carved rose svoial overstrung square Pianos, $276, $300, $326, $4151; a seven octave rose wood, $126; a Bacon A Raven, $126; n Strainrt Piano, $290; a $1,090 rleh carved stiperh Instru mental $660 ; 20almo?t new uprights and square* at ex ccedinKlylow llgures. 10. Fourth OL'l Mi ?STKINWAY A SONS' PIANOFORTES FOR Ol''"/. $160; new firstclaaa Pianos (five vears war ranted), ami second hand Pianos for sale und to let at very low prices; monthly Installment la ken. K. LI 'DK E, Piano Waremotna, 46 Second avenue. ?llKAPTIFPL FIRST CLASS SKVRR 00> ?P^#)t/? tave roseworal Piano, carved, overstrung liass, ngrafle treble; every improvement. ivarrantid: $50 cash, bsilnucc $12 monthly. A bargain tor $76. K. ( ABLE. 470 Eighth avenue, near Thirty -loin 11. ?t AMtSEMBlTM. i Sole Leeeee and Manager. .\Ui AUOL'bTIN nii'v fJTH AVENUE TIIEATRB. (EVERY NIGHT AT H) LAST NIGHTS OP ARTICLE 47, FIGHTII MATINEE OK ARTICLE 47, SATURDAY, AT UALK-t>A8T ONE, CHARACTERS BY Mlsa Kenny Davenport, Mix* mare Morris, Mr*. Gilbert, Linda Dcitz, Roberta Norwood, Ida Yeranoe, Miss Griffiths, Mr. D. H. llarklns, James Lew tg, Henry Crisp, W. Davldge, W. J. Lenioynv, Geo. Griffiths, Louis James, George Parke*, G. K. Devere, Chapman, Burnett, Godfrey, Fierce, und others. WEDNESDAY NIGHT, May 8, Annual Bene lit ot MISS FANNY DAVENPORT. FORTIETH TIME.OF ARTICLE 47. Tina edwin's theatre. J Continued success of the New Burleiique, GOLD DEMON. GOLD DKMOIf. CHAPMAN SISTERS. JOHN HOGAN an.l II. MUDOE. New Song*. New Dancer, New Costumes and Scenery. BLANCHE. CHAPMAN SISTERS. ELLA. GRAND MATTNKE~AT2 P. M. TO DAY. AND EVERY NIGHT DURING THE WEEK. WALLACE'S. Proprietor and Manager. Mr. LESTEIl WALLACE BRILLIANT TRIUMPH of LEGITIMATE COMEDY. EVERY EVENING CNT1L FURTHER NOTICE, Bouelcault's great coined v, LONDON ASSURANCE, given with appropriate and beautiful scenery and up. poiiitmciils und tlio following array of talent CHARLES MATHEWS (hi* original part) n? Daz/le LESTER WALLACE an Charier Courtly JOHN BROUGHAM as Max Hitrkav.ay JOHN Gil.BERT to Sir Hareourt Courtly J. U. STOOD ART uh Meddle J. B. POLK as Mr. Spanker K. M. HOLLAND us .Cool PLKSSY MORDAUNT as Lady Gay spanker HELEN TRACY as Grace flarKuway MRS. JOHN SEFTON fts Perl Mr Wallack bean to announce that on THURSDAY, MAY H. the churacterol GRACE II ARK AWAY will to perlormca ,>y A LADY, who will on that ?n "slifflf SECURED TWO WEEKS IN ADVANCE. ^ WA Thi?use of the theatre being kindly tendered by Mr. Lester Wallae.k, EXTRA BENEFIT MATINEE IN AID OF TnK HOMtKOPATIlIO SURGICAL IIOSPT TA1. FUND. WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, AT 1?? p. M. Sheridan's great Comedy, THE RIVALS. The following urtistn having Uhidty volunteer; d :--Mt. John Brougham, Mr. John Gilbert. Mr. J. H. Stoddart, Mr J. 11 Polk, Mr. B. T. Uin"gold, Mr. II. Montgomery, Mr. K. M. Holland, Mr. W. J. Leonard, Mr. J. Peck, Mas. ter Hern, Mrs lllara Jennlng', Mnic. Ponlsl, Miss Helen Traey. Miss Kstelle Howe. Musieal Director, Mr. THOMAS BAKER. Prleea as usual. Seats secured at the box office ol theatre. ?JT JAMES THEATRE. SIXTH WEEK. O MACEYOY'S NEW HIBERNICON; OK IRELAND IN AMERICA. THE PAST PRESENT AND FUTURE OK IRELAND. Roars of laughter n&^reet. ^ THE BEWITCHING WIDOW MRS. O'OALLIGII AN'8 GHOST Matinee Wednesday and Saturday, ut 2 I. M. Orchestra Ohuirs, 76c.; Dress Circle, We.; Gallery, 36c. Matinee prlct?Adults, 60c. end A*1.; < hlldrcn. l.V MRS. F. B. CONWAY'S RROOKLYN THEATRE. MONDAY EVENING, May ti, and uuUl itirther no. nriaptcd and arranged by Mr. Auguhtiii Oal> I rum Hit French of M. Be lot. - ?* PA^ J"^TKE- BROOK^aR?oll a McOLOBKET CROWDED HOUSES. CROWDED HOUSES, to see JOUNNI? THOMPSON in ON HAND. j_ON "AND. ST WEDNESDAY EVENING. May 16 at8o'clock P M., <! It AN II COMPLIMENTARY CONCERT for the benefit ot ihe CHURCH OK THE HOLY NAME OK JEHUS Rev Richard Brcnnan, pastor, upon whIch oerashin tin fol lowing eminent artuta have kindly volunteered their vai "'w'rs IsRLHA 8KOUIN, the eminent American contralto. Miss EMMA HOWSOS, the favorite prima donna. Mr. CARL BERNARD, the great German tenor. Mr. C. BERT J, Gottsclmlk's favorite pupil. Signor COLLV.TTI, basso. H B. DANEORTH, musical director. Committee of Arrangements. , ? _ Hon. M. T. Rrrnnnn, Judson Jarvls, W. w>gidn. W T. Elliot, Thomas S. Hrennan, Thomas P. Fowler, ? harles Dowd, Eugene McErroe.J. J. Moloney. , Admission $1 Reserved seals !t!te. extra. Can be secured at Riilliuau's, 114 Broadway, and at the Hall on May IS. tjAN FRANCISCO HALL, 585 BROADWAY. S GLORIOUS SUCCESS OK THE FAMOUS LAURI FAMILY nml tlie Pantomime TIT FOR TAT. MAC A RTH Y'S M ETA M ORPID )BIR HANDSOME HA RHT BARXEY'SJIG. BLACK FRIDAY. REVELS IN PARIS Devere'a Hanio. Yarii.dlaiivmnasts Siamese Tv^n-. MATINEE TOMORROW, THURSDAY. 2.30 I. M. MATINEE TO-MORROW, THURSDAY, 2 .U1 I M. 6lt)NDAY NEXT-SAM sflARPLEY'S MINSTRELS. /ventral park harden. I ) Proprietor ? THEODORE THOMAS' Uurlvulcd SUMMER NIGHTS' CONCERTS. GRAND OPENING CONCERT ON MONDAY EVENING, MAY 13, 1872, AT 8 O'CUM K. Full particulars in future advertisements J^OTICK TO Managers, Stars, Committee, Company and the Profession generally. A SPECIAL MEETINO, at the Grand Opera House, will tuke place on Ho stage, THIS (WEDNESDAY) MORNING. MAY 8, Al 10.'.,. All interested in the proposed Benefit on Thursday are respectfully requested to ahead. DRAYTf)N PwsMant. L. J VINCENT, Secretary. NEW YORK MUSEUM <>F ANATOMY. 618 ItKOAD way.?Visitors to New York will not fail to notice tha exterior alterations, anil w ill bo more forcibly impressed bv the interior decorations, tho proprietor having united Ills three museums under the one roof, being an addition of some thousands of models, making this instltuiioa the most stupendous of Its kind in this or any other country. Open tor gentlemen only, troin 8 A. M. till 10 P. M. Ad mission, 60 cents. Laughing gas and song. Ur COLTON and tho QUEEN SISTERS will give another COMBINE!) ENTERTAINMENT AT THE COOPER INSTITUTE, THURSDAY EVENING, MAY'J. Previous to the Gas the QUEEN SISTERS will sing ? selection of their sweetest Songs. Admission 10 cents; Reserved Scats. 25 cents Doors open at 7; commence at 8. T^XTRAOKDINABY ART SALE. "To stroll through the Loavltt Art Rooms is, in fact, ? pov. In concentrated form, a plcubunt round <?) studio colls in Paris."?Evening Post. "Art lovers of New York, you have the choicest treat before vou; for the exhibition ot these contributions will In* the crowning one of tbil brilliant season. ? hvmiine Mail. OBKJAOOa niTSRELDORFl ? ? 1KTKRE8TING of Works of Art ever offered to tho public In this country is now open at (he Leavitt Art Rooms, SI7 Broadway, con sisting of Paintings, Water Color Drawings Ac , free gilts trotn the French anil Dusseldorl artists, to he sold at auc tion for the benefit of the Chicago sufferers. Three Hun dred Paintings, comprising F.xample* by nearly all tne great inaatcri of the present duy. NOTICES FROM THE PREPS. "No art lov'er can afford to mlM seeing this collecti? A as, apart troin its great merit. It lias a historical interest, ami will be talked of for years to e.gne." "Unquestionably the finest exhibition of foreign puint* ings which we have ever been luvured whh in this coun try." "Manv line collection* of foreign paintings have been seen here before, but, probably, never one so varied and thoroughly representative as the collection now on exhi bition at the Leavitt Art Rooms." "Rarely has no great a treat hern presented to art lovers In this city as those enjoyed wlm were preen ?'?" ?* ' tie-day night at the Leui it Art Rooms to have apriva* view of the beautiful collection of paintings whiiffi t artists of Paris and Dtwaeldorf have generously sentovei in uid of the sufferers by the ( hicago ttrc. THE CELEBRATED UAVII.TON Condnetress m'ss EUl'IE BLECKPCHM1DT w.ll give ?}},IrFTT.gEVENT|I GRAND CONCERT ftt the PAVILION, fifW Brosdwuv. near Fourth street. THIS EVENING,ut 8 o'clock Admission 2# cents 1 AIL FAIR Oiili FIFTH ANNUAL OPENING OK THE I ION Park will take place on Thursday, May 9, 1872. with >? nil romnllmcntary Concert und Hull 1.y Dodworth's eeSciirate? Ml"Itarv Hand, to which lestivlly we hereby klndlv solicit tbe attendance ot our patrons and the pub lie at large Most respectfully, lie at large. siXT Ll'DWlG KAPKF k SDN. C1 HICK EKING II Al.l. FOURTH AND 1. AST MATIN E F ) of the successful young pianist, Alfredo Burili. May II, at 2 o'clock /NLAPPICAL MUSICAL INS rKl'i'TlDN -PIANO, OR ! ) gan. Violin, Oulinr, Singing, Theory , privaU' lessons day and evening. 1621'lintoii place, t irculars and "Htu dent's Journal" tnailed free. J. JAY WATSON, Director. THE MEMBERS OK THE AMERICAN DRAMATK Fund Association are hereby notified Hint tbe annual meeting for tbe election of officers lor the ensuing year will be held at their rooms, *42 Broadway, on Monday, ihe 13th of Mav. at one P. M. Polls open at two P. Yf. and close at foiir P. M. C. S. BERNARD, Secretary. AiN.ID AND GUITAR INSTIll i'TION-nV A M'.w and simpie method, enabling the pupil to nia-ter the instrument hi a single quarter's lessons. ill NItV C. DOBPON,280Bowery. rpilK GENTLEMEN OK THE ENGLISH, ITALiAWI 1 and German opera choruses are invited to meet on Wednesday, at 3n'rlork P. M., at 46 and 48 East Houston street, Dramatic Hall. ? B I Or will be lrt by th?! nibilit or we?'k ;\t very low r?ni Apply to.l MArARTIIY, W Livln^tun strMB* Brooklyn (hi* WORTH OF MF -IC FOR 50 CENTS 8' f !M) Sonus. Walt/.-. Galons Quadrilles, hy Fran/ -Ab ? !?'> Sopes. Wnlt/e-, Galops Quadrilles, by Fran/ Ab ? i larlbel. Mendelssohn, Faust, Strauss, Parlon, weingui ten and/Ickolf FREDERICK Bl.l ME.27 Union square. Jlroad v ?"