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WARD'S ISLAND WAR.
What Is To Be Done About the Catholic Church? Interview with Commis sioner Stephenson. He Has Not "Taken Possession of tlie Building." What He Don't Understand- He Magnanimously Leaves the Question for the loud of Emigration to Decidi6> The statement of llit Roman CathollC chaplain to the Euiierant Department or Want's Islaud, pub Untied in yesterday's Herald, caused a good deal of ?xcitcuif>ot and wan tlie subject of mveh comment throughout the entire city, especially at the upper ?*nd oi M.inhattan Island, where what occurs in any ?l the institutions under the charge of the Commis sioners of Charities aixl Correction or the Com missioners of Immigration forma no small part of the daily gossip. The reverend gentleman's state ment ah to the proposed action of the new Com missioners ?r (emigration with regard to the Roman Catholic church recently erected on Ward's island, and the crecUon of which was made the subject or especial comment lti the recent report ol the old Commissioners ol Migration to the Legislature, was very positive, and, coming Iroin snch a source- was naturally the subject of discussion among persons of all persuasions. niK OTlfcKR SIDE OK TI1K STORY. Bvery story ha* its owu peculiar side, and as the Hshalp yesterday published the statement ?r the chaplain and the senior resident surgeon of the Kmigrant Department of Ward's Island, together with an ottlclal statement of the maximum num ber of Protestants who have attended divine service lor a long period of years, a reporter called yesterday on commissioner Stephenson, who was receutiy appointed a member of the Emigration Hoard, and who was subsequently appointed ohairmAi of the Ward's Island Committee. Ac carding to the statement of the Reverend rather Prahensky, published yesterdav. It was commis niuner Stephenson who llrst intimated to hnu on Bunday last that he was about to reccommend to the board of Commissioners a change with re gard to THE EXCl.tranr* RIGHT of the catholics on the island to hold divine service In the church which they claim as their own. Commissioner Stephenson is paying toller of the Fifth National Hank in this city, and is said to be one of the most active members of the new Board or Emigration Commissioners. As chairman or the Ward's Islaud Committee be, or course, was the person most di rectly concerned in this connection. The HEKAi.n reporter called yesterday alternoon at Castle Garden, and at the conclusion of the pri vate executive session or the Hoard met Commis sioner Quintard, who visited Ward's Island on Hnnday last, with Coinuiisslouer Stephenson, and -who was supposed to be aware or the latter's inten tions with regard to the church. The reporter re marked:? . "What is all this story with regard to the new church on Ward's Island, Mr. Quintard ? What is in it v" Commissioner Quintard smiled and said:?"I don't Know but there may ?e something in it. I read all about it this morning in the Herald. You had better see Commissioner Stephenson. He is the man who kuows all about it. You had better jro in and see him. He is right in there (pointing to tlie Hoard room) and tie will tell you every thing," and Commissioner Qulntard sailed smilingly away. istickvlE w W1TI1 COMMISSIONER flTBFBSMSOK. The reporter subsequently called on Commissioner Rtephcnaon, tiy whom lie was courteously received. Alter he had introduced himself he 'asked Mr. Stephenson il he had seen a report concerning Ward's Islaud in the IIekalu of yesterday. The Commissioner replied:? "Yes, 1 did. and read It through. I cannot under stand how your people got hold of tills. I suppose they must tiave wanted a Herald reporter to get me story and publish it. The report, sir, is one tissue of ialschoods. It is untrue in every par ticular." Kkvorter? It Is very positively stated that you visited Ward's Island last Sunday. commissioner?Yes, sir, I did. I am chairman el the Ward's Island Committee. KBroRTK*?May I ask is it true, Mr. Commissioner, that you hail had a conversation with the chaplain, the Rev. Mr. i'rahensky, I believe, in tiie new churchy WHAT HE DON'T r.VDERs'TANl>. Commissioner?Yes, sir, it is; but I cannot under stand Ikiw this conversation which occurred be tween myseir and this clergyman should have got iuto the puplic prints. Nobody was present, hut htuisell and tiiyseli and the four walls or that church. There was no earthly way the conversation could vet out. 1 cannot understand this. 1 do not know tlie source this came lroin, out I am tmng to find out, and 1 think 1 will. At all events I will do my i>est to discover where it originated. I did not *eue ou this church. 1 have no power to do so, und the whole report Is raise. Rki'ortkr?You had a conversation with the Clergyman. 1 believe, Mr. Commissioner Y Commissioner?Yes, sir; I had. THE CONVERSATION IN THE Cin ilCH. Reporter? May I ask the subject matter ? Commissioner?Well, I went iuto the church and 1 found the clergyman there. I Bald, "Can we not make some arrangement by which the Protestants on the Island can hold divine service lu this build ing ?s well as tlie Kotnau Catholics ?" He said "No" in such a way thai 1 saw well there was no one in gome any furtlier. I then said, "Has not this church t?ecn paid hir by the 'cumulation tax that is. by emigrant head money T" He said. "Yes, it had been paid lor iu that way," and then he spoke about tlie reelings or the Catholics on the subject. This was about the tender of our conver sation, but not a soul was present, and I do not know how the matter got out. I have not taken fMis*'>ssiou of tlie church, nor has this Board, nor ias anybody else that 1 know of. The whoic thing Ja raise. Rkiokteh? Might I ask, Mr. Commissioner. Is it nndcr contemplation to take such action that tlie |'rote?tant divine service should be held in this church? 'I wo or three members of tlie Roard wore sltflnar In the office at this time, and Commissioner ftte plMiinoM replied, iu aloud voice:? ??'ihat, sir. is lor the Hoard to determine." I'ROKAHl.E ACTION OK THE HOAKO. ItRiORTER?Kxcuse me ror asking you one more question. Mr. Commissioner. Ibis the Ward's Islaud committee determined to recommend such anion to the Hoard of Commissioners? "That, sir, il it be so. is a matter which will come tip tor the consideration of this Hoard at rlie proper time." Mere the Commissioner became. monosyllabic and the reporter withdrew. The report in 11?*? Herald caused a irood ileal or excitement ou Ward's islaud yesterday, anil was the sole topic of discussion. Father Prahensky is positive that not only had Commissioner Stephen ?son tlie conversation with him about tlie propriety -or holding the double service in the same church, I'f.ithat he (Commissioner Stephenson) positively slated thai for the future the commissioners would have onijr one place of worship on the island, and suggested the propriety of drawing a curtain across Dm- sanctuary of the Catliolics during the perform ance of divine worship according to the Protectant rites, to which he replied that the commissioners could not otter a greater indiguity to the Cat holies on the inland; but for himself, as the commi??ion ers had the power, he supposed they would use it and lie should have to submit. TBE ANBLXATION OF MEXICO-WHAT A LOB BYIST 8AY8. ll rom the New Orleans Herald, May 80.] The recent crossing of tlie llio Urande and Inra ?K>n of Moii an territory by (To) on el McKcn/.ie, in 4'4iiumaiid of a detachment or United Stales troops, have given use to much speculation as to the piobahiHUcs of an armed movement by the I'nlted Mate government against the neighboring repub lic. ami H futs recalled to our inind an Incident which occurred last imiU, tmt to which no particular important was at tacbed at the tiiue. Durinit ibc month ol November. 1872. a well known Washington lobbyist arrived in this city on hu w^v *oTexas, find one evening, in the course of c<?Mversafiori with the writer and another gen ii' man, he was bantered to bell what, business was tdkiuK him to Texas. A He* some hesitation tie stated confidentially thai beWas on his way to the Jtio (irande to invest a large amount in land gn(l stock. MUl| aino pur chase |>r<>perty ut BrowrfsvUle suitable for a gov ernment depot, in the event of a war with Mcxieo, wnieli, tie stated, was more than probable, lie added ihat the investments were in the interest of an .-xiemove ring, embracing parties high in the aervit* .>nd confidence or the government, und that * hey expected to realise immense profits on their Investment by selling to the government upon the onilireak of the war. lie further stated that fir.int had pledged himself 1o this ring to bring attoui a war, in return ror Ihetr Hinport in the canvass, and that the eommls *?? ii nti the iUoCrande wa* so constituted a? to re turn at ihe proper lime a statement or grievances ? melt would amply justify a declaration of hostili ties, and that the direct would be lo mi conduct the Mtu as to aflord large opportunities lo ihe ring lor <;?? contract* ami pickings. Ke. ent events would w-ern to niijicaU' thai iij?) prMtcnona ui\ about to ranuunj, OBITUARY.* Lord WlllUm R. "? From England we are inform** of the occurrence of the death of the Right Honorable Lord Wil liam Paget, R. N? alter an Illness 01 some years' duration. His Lordship was the second son of the late Meld Marshal the. Marqa'.s of Anglesey, K.<3., G.C. B., an?l was born March 1,isoa. If is mother was a daughter of the Earl of Jersey. lie entered the navy April 1, 1K17, as a first class volunteer, on board the clasgew, and was employed at first In the Mediterranean and then on the home station, where, and iu the West Indies, he served in various ships, until his commission as lieutenant, April is, 182a. His next appointments were to the Tartar, the Anrora, the Fly and the St artiate, all in Mouth America, on which station he was made com mander April 'JO, 1825, Into his former ship, the Fly. He removed In the lollowlng December to the I'lulomel. fitting for the Mediterranean; and ou October 18,1828, was advanced to poBt rank. Ills Lordship's succeeding commands were the Royal Charlotte yacfct, lying at Dublin, where he re mained until February, 182U; the North Star, twenty-eight, In which vessel he returned to the West Indies, from December, 1828, to 1831; to the Winchester, fifty-two, in May, 1831, bearing the flag of Admiral Sir Edward (irilflth Colpoys, Coiii maider-HMlitef on the North American and West Indian station; and again the North Star, twenty eight, September 24,1832, which vessel he brought home and paid off in the Summer of 1833. He has not since been actively employed. Lord William Fa^ei sat in Parliament for a short time in 18*26, as member tor Carnarvon, and from 1841 until 1847 for Andover, in the liberal interest. He was uncle of the present Marquis of Anglesey, brother of the Duchess of Rk-ltmoud and the Dowuger Marchioness of Conyugham, and half brother or Lord Clarence Paget, R. N. Henry Johnston. On Saturday last the mortal remains of Mr. Hcury Johnston, at oue time a well known citizen of New York citv, but for many years past a quiet but prosperous farmer in Cattaraugus county, In this State, were borne to their last resting place. Mr. Johnston hud passed his sixty-ninth year, yet it could not be said that his strength was labor and sorrow, lor in tils old age he was hale and hearty, and Ills sickness was so briel and appa rently so far irom serious that his death was un expected. By some old New Yorkers Mr. Johnston will be remembered as one of a baud of honest and earnest religious planeera who weut forth with high hopes to form happy rural home* in the west ern part /if Mils state, then quite a wilderness. < f that band Mr. Johnston was, we understand, the last survivor. Having nut his hand to the plough, he never looked back, and to the last the old man commanded respect as a skilful farmer, a success ful raiser or the finest cattle, as well as an Intelli gent, citizen and devoted lover of his country and her free institutions. At one time Mr. Johnston was an ardent politician, but tie never forgot or forgave the deiuat of lus idol, the Hon. Henry Clay. MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. tfa.rric<l. Bourke?Kuan.?on Monday. June 2, 1873, at the Church of the Holv Innocents, by the He v. Father (iailegan. Kb w a Kb HouuKii to Maggiu S. Kuan, both of this city. Irish papers please copy. Cole?Frkkiohm.? On Thursday, May 20, at the residence of the Rev. 1). Walters, Totteavllle, 8. L, GEORGE H. CoLK to llKl.K.N E. O. FRKHiCHS, both Ol the above place. Casey?Mooiie.?On Tnesday, June 3, at. the Church of St. Francis Xavier, by the Itev. F. Thlrv, S. J., Maurice s. Casey, of New York, to Maggie Ei.i.a Moore, of Charlot te, N. C. North and South Carolina papers please copy. Dudley?Carpenter.?On Wednesday, May *28, at the residence ol t lie bride's parents, In Boston, bv the Rev. John T. Beckley, John L. Dudley, of Jfew York, to Fannie E., daughter of Cyrus Car penter, Esq. Jennings?Walker.?On Tuesday, June 3, at St George's church, New York, by Rev. Dr. Tyng, Km. J. Jennings to Alice s. Walker, both of Brooklyn. No cards. Western papers please copy. Slack?Preston.?In Brooklyn, on Wednesday, May 21, at the Fleet street Methodist Episcopal church, by Rev. B. M. Adauis, William L. Slack to Miss Henrietta Preston, all of Brooklyn. Willis?Macauley.?on Tuesday, June 3, at the Church of the Heaveuly Rest, Filth avenue, by the Rev. Thomas K. Conrad, D. D., rector, assisted by the Rev. Eliphnlet Nott Potter, D. D., President of Union College. Colonel Ben.iamin Willis, to Miss Lillie Evelyn Macauley, daughter of the late William Macauley, Esq., both of this city. Died. A lbertson.?William E. Albertson, Engineer of steamer Hope, lost in Hell (late, May 28, 1873, lu the 26th year ol his age. The relatives aud friends of the family are re spectfully invited to attend the funeral, on Thurs day afternoon, June ft, at two o'clock, from the residence of his brother-in-law, Captain Stephen 11. Erwln. 137 Norfolk street. The reniHins will be taken to Evergreen Cemetery lor Interment. Baker.?suddenly, on Monday evening, June 2, Elizabeth, wife oi Charles H. Baker.. The funeral will take place on Thursday, at two o'clock, iroin the residence of her son, No. 220 Dean street, Brooklyn. Brown.?on Monday, June 2, 1873, John Secor Brown, of the Arm ol Brown A BoLles, sou of the late George A. and L. Augusta Brown, in the 33d year of his age. Funeral services at his late residence, 237 West Fiity-tlrst street, ou Thursday alteruoou, Junes, at Ave o'clock. CRAwroKn.?On Saturday, May 31, Andrew Crawford, hi the 83d year of his age. The friends of the family and those of his sons, William and Robert, are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral, on Wednesday, June 4, at eleven o'clock A. M., from the residence of his son-in-law, William Ewan. 141 Wayne street. Jersey City. Cuild.?At Hot Springs, Ark., on Tuesday, June 3, Alonzo Cuild, or New York, formerly oi ht. Louis. Notice of funeral hereafter. St. Louis and Chicago papers plense copy. Connelly.?Officers and Brothers of Friend ship Council No. tt O. U. A. M.?You are hereby 1 notified to attend the funeral of our late Brother John L. ronneily, on Thursday, June 5; you are requested to meet at the Council Chamber, at 12:30 o'clock sharp; sLSter councils are invited to attend. Bv order of 0. E. PITT, Councillor. Wm. Bacsher, Secretary. Curtis.?on Monday, June 2, John J. Curtis, lu the 24th year or his age. The relatives ami friends, also the members of the Plate Prlnters'*l'nlon are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, from his mother's residence, 1H3 Clinton street, on Wednesday, June 4, at two P. M. Dosciier.?On Monday, June 2, Henry c. j Dose her, in the 26th year of his age. The relatives and friends oi the family are in- , vited to at lend the luneral Irom his late resilience, 288 West Eleventh street, ou Thursday, at one | o'clock. Dredger.?On Monday, June 2, Margaret h. ; Dredger, aged 3fi years. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend the ! funeral, irom her late residence, Howard avenue, \ near Monro*' street, Brooklyn, ou Wednesday altcr noon, June 4, at two o'clock. Duncan.?On Monday, June 2, 1?73, Mary A., | wile or Fleming Duncan, aged ?su years. Relatives ami friends are invited to the funeral services at her late residence, so Fourth street, Williamsburg, this (Wednesday) alteruoou at three o'clock. Dunham.- Suddenly, on Sunday, June 1, John E. Dunham, son of John Dunham, In his 39th year. Relatives and inends are specially invited to at tend his funeral, at the residence of his father, lftl East Thirty-third street, this (Wednesday) alter uoou, at two o'clsck. Ferris At Peekskill, on Monday. June 2, or pneumonia, J. Henry Ferris, couusellor-at-law. Fitzgerald.?on Tuesday, June & ls"3, after a long and painful illnes<. Mary Ann. the beloved wife of Michael Fitzgerald, lu the 3&tli year of her I age. Funeral will take place on Thursday, the ftfli ' MMC. at one o'clock P, M.. trom her late resident >?. 3<i0 East Twenty-fourth street. Friends and ac quaintance* are respectfully requested to aiteud. Foley,?On Tuesday, June 3, at the residence of his father, Thomas Foley, 182 avenue B, corner of Tenth street, David Foley, of Cool Coum, county Cork. Ireland. The friends of the family are requested to attend his funeral, froiu his late residence, on Thursday, at one o'clock. iiai.l.?On lueaday, June :t. Makcia Anna, onlv daughter of Elsie Oakey aud the late Morgan James Hall. Funeral services will occur at the honse of her mother, 23 West Forty-second street, on Thursday, June ft, at hair past two o'clock P. M. On the lol lowing morning her remains whi be removed by I the family to lier brother's vault iu Trinity Ceme tery. Heai.y.?On Monday, June 2, Matilda, beloved wile or John llealy, aged in years and 8 months. Funeral Irom the residence of her father, .lauie* Relll.v, ?'2? Eleventh avenue, on the 4th instant, at two o'clock P. M. Hkmmim.?on Tuesday, June 3, William Fred- , brick Ki.vtzing Hemming, only son of Ueorgc F. and Elisabeth Hemming, and grandson of the late William F. Kint/ing, aged ? years and a months. Services at St. Ann's church. Eighteenth street, near Filth avenue, ou Thursday, Juue 6, at eleven o'ofock A. M. Him.an.?on Monday, June 2, Eilrn IIouan, aged 48years, a native of Kilkenny, Ireland. The relatives and irietids are respectfully invited to attend tlie funeral, I10111 tier late residence,'20 West Twenty-second street, to-day (Wednesday), at eight o'clock A. M.; from thence to Westbury, Philadelphia, Texas and English papers pleas'; copy, KEi.LY.?On Tuesday, Jutw ;t, 187", Peter, son of Peter and Ellen Kelly, aired 12 years. The relatives and acquaintances of the family are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral, on Thursday afternoon, June /i, ?t one o'clock, from his father's residence, .t;i:;\\est Twenty-first street. Liniikll.?011 'luesday morning, June 3, Jrshik Lindki.i., daughter of llenry M. and Frankic Lin dell, itged A years, 4 month* and 21 days. X.a.'.iw nnu,- Ai \ yiikvr*. on Tucftday. June y, at , 'r W" *on> "nddenly, William Lanokobd, ?Q'tne wth year ol his age. .. 12? .relllUveB and friends of the family are ln to Attend the funeral, at St. John's church, WikerB, on Friday, <ith Inst., at lour o'clock P. M. "'*??? will meet the trains which leave Fort? second street at two o'clock and Thirtieth street at three o'clock. Ludlow.?At Jamaica, Long Island, Frances, widow of the late (iabriel Augustus Ludlow, In the 6<>th year of her age. The funeral service will take place at Grace church, Jamaica, Long Island, on Thursday. June 6. at hali-past ten o'clock A. M. Traiu leaves Hunter's 1'oiut at 10 A. M. r..?! ?!Jcl,ANI'7r0n Monday. Jane 2, iibnry Ma? ciiant, aged 41 years. Relatives and iriends of the family are Invited to attend the funeral, irom aa West Ninth street, on Wednesday, June 4, at hair-past alne o'clock a! M. The remains will be taken to Rhode Island lor inter ment. Middi.eton.?At Morrlsaola, suddenly, on Tues i Ii !f,lloon' June 3, Alexander B. Middleton, In his 5fltli year. Ills friends are respectfully Invited to attend his Krl<'Hy *f>*ruoon, at two o'clock, with out lurther notice. I!?.0"da7' June 2? Louisa D? widow of ? Valentine JUott. in the 77Ui year of her aire. The relatives and Iriends of the family, and of her sons-in-law, l)r. Wm. II. Van Buren and Isaac SSbiS? respectfully invited to attend the funeral, without lurther notice, from the Church of the Transtlguration. Fust Twenty-ninth street, on 1 liursday morning, Jane 5, at nine o'clock. ?At Glen Cove, L. I., on Monday, June 2, '? ?BANCBS Milnob, relict of Joseph K. MUnor, aged 84 years. ' Funeral on Tliursday, June 5, at twelve o'clock, from her late residence. McCaiib.?At 428 Kast Sixteenth street, on Tues day, June 3, at three o'clock A. M., Mary McOasb, i^i i ^ l!,rmer|Jr Aney, county MonagUan, Ireland, aged ?fi years. ?.TJ1?./Cni*tn" wm ,,e taken to St. Bridget's church at hull-past nine o'clook A.M., to-day (Wednesday), where a requiem mass will be celebrated lor the repose of her soul. Relatives and friends are re spectfully invited; interment In Calvary Cemetery. _ MJJCullouuii.?luesday, June 3, Jamkh, son of William and Agnes McCullough, aired 37 yearn. ?.relatives ?nd friends of the family are re spectfully invited to attend the funeral, on Thurs day morning, June 6, at ten o'clock, irom the resi lience of his parents, Arlington avenue, Orange Junction, N. J. Trains leave foot of Barclay street ??JI'elaware, Lackawanna and Western Ilallroad at u:io A. M. The remalus will bo takeu to Creeu woou for Interment. Sullivan county papers please copy. O'Donovan.?On Tuesday morning, June 3, Jambs D., youngest sou of the late Deunls and Mary O'Donovan, aged 19 years and 10 months. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend the funeral, irom his late residence, 40 st. Mark's place, on Thursday afternoon, at two o'clock. O'Nbill.?On Monday, June 2, of heart disease John O'Neill, aged 38 years anil 10 days. * Funeral from his late residence, 141 East 112th street, at half-pant ten o'clock this day, June 4 Friends aud acquaintances are respectfully Invited to attend, at St. Paul's, where a high requiem mass will be offered for the repose of liis soul; thence to Calvary Cemetery. Paulson.?On Monday, June 2, at New Bruns wick, N. J., Mattukw Paulson, aged lfl years. Ihe relatives aud frlendn ol the faintly are re spectfuUy invited to attend the funeral, from the residence of his parents, Clarenceville, L. I., on Friday, at two P. M. A train leaves South Side Ra road depot, foot of South Eighth street, Williamsburg, at one P. M.( lor Ricumond Hill, where carriages will be inwaitlng. Phelan.?on Tuesday, June 3, at her residence, No. 8 Columbia street. New York, Mrs. Catherine Phelan. aged 48 years. The relatives and iriends, also those of her brothers, William and James Tulte, are respect fully invited to attend her funeral, from her late residence, on Thursday altemoon, at one o'clock Popb.?On Sunday, June 1, at noon, at lus resi dence, 211 West Warren street, Brooklyn, P. Ben ton Pops. Funeral will take place at Trinity church: New ^ork, on Thursday, June fi; services to commence at two P. M. Relatives and friends are respect fully Invited. Richardson.?On Sunday, June I, Lindsay R. Richardson, aged 34 years and u months. Relatives and iriends arc respectfully invited to attend the funeral, from his late residence, 41 West Tenth street, this (Wednesday; morning, at nine o'clock, and from the Church of the Ascension corner of Fifth avenue and Tenth streets, at half past nine o'clock. Remains will be taken to Greenwood Cemetery. Headquarters Seventh Reijiment N. G. S. N. Y., i New York, June 2, 1873. 'j GENERAL ORDERS?NO. 7. 1. It is the painlul duty ol the commandant to announce the death or Captain Lindsay R. Richard son, of tills regiment. Na otllcer of this regiment has ever achieved a more brilliant reputation or displayed more distinguished military ability. As an accomplished gentleman, as a genial companion and as a faithrnl lriend, ho endeared himself to his company and to tnc officers and members ol this regiment, and all unite in honoring Ids memory. 2. Company K, Lieutenant Leutilhon command ing. is hereby detailed as the luueral escort to the remains of Captain Richardson, and will assemble In lull uniform (white trousers), at the Armory on Wednesday, June 4, at a quarter past eight o clock A. M. l'he band and drum corps will report to Lieutenant Leutilhon at the same hour. 3. The officers of tliis recitneut will attend the funeral of Captaiu Richardson in full uniform (white trousers), and will assemble at the Armorv. at naif-past eight A. M., on Wednesday, June 4. Captains Smith, Pollard, Kipp and Van Norden are hereby detailed as pall bearers. Sergeants George W. Ring, Company B; Louis L. Robtiins, Company < ; James L. Beers, Company K; Jonn J. Behrlnger company g; (leorge s. LoUer, Company fl, and All>ert Delaflelil, Company I, will report in tnll uni form (white trousers), with side arms, to Captain Smith, at 41 West Tenth street, at s o'clock A. M 4. Members of this regiment are requested to attend the funeral in full uniform (white trousers), with Hide arms, anil the members of each company win report to the senior non-commissioned officer of their companies respectively, at the Armory, at half-past eight o'clock A. M. By order of Colonel KMMONS CLARK. Louis r itzukhald, Brevet Lieutenant Colonel aud Adjutant. Company K, Seventh Regiment, N. G. S. N. Y., i New York. June 2, 1873. ' I At a meeting of the Teuth company aud the as sociates of the Kngineer corps and Company K. Seveuth regiment, N. s. N. 1., held at the armory, on Monday evening, the 2d of June 1873 the following preutubie ami resolutions were auoprcd:? Whereas tlie omnipotent hand of God having suddenly removed froni among us, after a short and severe illness, Captain Lindsay R. Richardson, our late beloved captain, commander, comrade and fricnil, be it Resolved, That we tender to his bereaved rela tives and friends our slncerest sympathy feeling that our intimate relatious with him through his long devoted and constant attention to the interest of this company most readily enable us to apnre eiate that ours, as well as theirs, is indeed an irre parable ioss. Resolved, That In his record as an oflicer. solder aud gentleman, we recognize an example worthy ot our future emulation, as it has hitherto com manded our admiration and respect. Resolved, That tfie company room be draped In mourning for the period of thirty days, that a cony of these resolutions be sent to the family ol our deceased commander, entered upon our minutes anil published in the New York journals. committee. H. Mortimer Brooks, diaries Winter. F. K. scryinser, Lawrence Drake, Charles Russell Hone, D. cornyn Moran William H. Lane, Atlantic Lodue, No. ITS, F. and A. M. Breth ren?Vou are hereby snmmoned to meet at the lodge rooms on Wednesday, the 4th inst., at eight o'clock A. M.. for the purpose or paving the last tribute of airection and respect to our late Brother Lindsay R. Richardson. By order of JAMES K. MORRISON, Master. Charles W. Sy. Secretary. Russell.?On Tuesday, June 3, Captaiu Wilmam H. Russell, in the 69th year of his age. Relatives and Trlenns of the family are respect fully invited to atteud the funeral, from his late residence, 113 Second place. South Brooklyn, on Friday, June fl, at eleven o'clock. Serve v.?On Monday, June 2, Wili.iam P. Seh Vey, lute of London, kngland, aged 7.1 years Funeral will take place at his late residence, 410 Canal street, on Wednesday, June 4, at oue P. M_ London papers please copy. Simonson.?On Monday. June 2, 1873, nt the resi dence of Hon. I). F. Tlemaun, Manhattanvllle, Catharine, widow or David B. Simonson. In the 7?th year of her age. Funeral services will be held In St. Michael's church, Bloomlngdale, 011 Wednesday, the 4th In stant. at ten o'clock A. M., aud 111 .st. George's church. Hempstead, L. I., at half past three P. M. the same day. A train by Central Railroad or Long Island leaves New York at I wo o'clock P. M. ana Uuntcr's Point at half-past two o'clock P. M. Suvdam.?At Haverstraw, on Sunday, June 1, 1873, Susan L. Suvdam, aged 1)2 years, 7 months and 17 days. Her remains will l>e taken to Greenwood for in terment. Tully.?In this city, on Tuesday. Jnne 8, alter a long and painful Illness, which he' bore with Chris tian fortitude, Alexander Tully, In his 7ath year. The friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the luueral, from his late resi dence, 134 Bank street, on Thursday, June 6, at hali-past one o'clock. Turner.?The friends and acquaintances of the family are respectfully invited toattend the funeral of Mrs. K. P. Tukn'ek iroiu the Grand Hotel, at two o'clock this afternoon. Waterhury.?At her lute residence, 250 West Firty-fifth street, suddenly, on Monday, June 2, 187.1, Mary, wile of Charles J. Waterbury. Notice of funeral hereafter. Pittsburg papers please copy. Williams.?on Sunday, June 1, at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. J. A. Cormack, Stephen Wil liams, in the 71st year ol his age. Funeral service* at St. Bartholomew'* church, Madison avenue and Forty-fourth street, on Thurs day, June ft, at one o'clock P. M. Relatives aud friends are malted to attend. Members of Park Lodge, F. and A. M., Zetland Chapter and Mor ton Comrnanderyare Invited to attend. Wintiibop.?on Saturday, Mfly 31, Tno*A9 Chaki.km Wintiihop.aged 7fl years. The relatives and friends of the family are re snecflsily invited to intend the funeral, from the Cnurch of the Annunciation. West Fourteenth street, on Thursday morning. June j, at halt-past nine e'eiutk, n It' ii.t Jui 1J110 wii ?!/>. A.nw8Eiran?T!*. W ALLACK'S. EVERY EVENING until further notice, AN ORIUINAL NSW YORK PLAY? Mew York scenes, New York charac tera, written bv DION BOUCICAULT, the author of Hie Octoroon," "The Streets of New York," "The Col ileeu Bawu," "Arrah-na- I'ogue," "London Assurance," entitled MORA; or, THE GOLDEN FETTERS. The Hcene la laid In New York, at the present time. The principal characters have been written for the lol l0WlUg SUPERB COMPANY OP COMEDIANS MISS KATHARINE ROGEKS-Wlll appear as Mora Vaneycke, au actress at 's Theatre, secretly married to Paul Schuyler. MR. ALLERTON?As Paul Schuyler, a young merchant prince, engaged to be married to Miss Ouppy. MISS MARY WKLLS (ol Booth's)-As Ophelia Bovd. an old Bowery actress, retired, and employed as dresser to Mora. MR. WHKELOCK (of Booth's)?As Llsha, her son, In MISS EKKIE (1ERMON?As Bella Ouppy. an heiress, lately of Yorkvllle, now of Murray HilL MR. BRADLEY?Am Plulo Ouppy, a mlllionnalre, sus taining tlie credit of Schuyler by his lately ac quired fortune. MR. LEVluR?As chancey Uckfold, a "bull" operator in stocks, the terror of Wall street, the head of the "Modoea"?a ringleader. _ MR. FAWCETT (by permission of Augnstln Daly, Esq.)? As Judge Cutta; his adherent and supporter in the courts; a "Modoca partner in the "Ring." MR. GRIFFITHS (by permission of Augustin Daly, Esq.)?As Larry Suydam, another adherent; a "Modoc:" an unscrupulous leader of the physical force side. Mr. C. PARSLOE?As Sim, a colored servant Mil. POPE?As ex-Judge Connover. MK. M11.LK?As Dr. Boreas Rohrbach. MR. a. BKOK.S? As (tannery, Lickiold's bead clerk. MK. PF.OK?As Beebe. his clerk. MR. JAMKS?As McToddle. a saloon keeper. MISS BLAISDELL? As Sully, Moru'u servant. MISS BELL, J MISS BATE, > Aa Filth avenue belles. MISS BURROUGU8, i Police Officers, Guests, w? Waitresses, Sailors, Roughs. PROGRAMME OF HCENEItY and THE INCIDENTS. ACT I.?A HOT CORNER IN WABASH. Scene 1?EXCHANGE PLACE?Chancoy Lick fold's Office?A Regular Old-liashloned Panic?Making a Corner Mora Vuneycke's Lover?The Fraud?Bella Ouppy's For tune In Pledge?The "Modocs" Take Stock?Chancey Re veal* Himself?Four Millions in the Blaek Bag?The lliirlem lilng Is Broken?The Massacre?The Press In terview the "Modoc Chief." Senna 2?A BOUDOIR IN MORA VANE YOKE'S HOUSE?Reminiscences of an Old Actress?Mora and Paul?The Married Lovers. HobkbS?FIFTH AVENl'E?The Guppys "at Home"? Paul's Intended?Bella's Old Flame?Mora's Bracelet? Philo Makes a Discovery. Scene 4?A MUSICAL "MATINEE" ON MURRAY HILL?Chancey Lleklold Makes Mora an Offer?'The Star Actress?Mr. Ouppy Asks a Question?Paul Schuyler An swers it?A Sensation Scene in Private Life. ACT II.?"IHE MODOCS" IN COUNCIL. Scene 1?CHANCEY LICK FOLD'S ROOMS IN LEX INGTON AVENUE?"The Modocs" In Trouble?Paul Dis covers Where He Is? Heiuincd In?He Capitulates?The Key of the office?Chancey Llokfnld Gives a Hint. f&ENE 2?Y<>RKVILLE?OPHELIA BOYD'S HOME? Mora Returns to Her Old Quarters? Resolution?A Fire Down Town?Lisha in Force. Scene 3?BROAD STREET BY NIGHT?The Put-Up Job?ouppy Receives Instructions ilow to Enter the Stronghold of the Tribe. ? SCENIC 4?THE LAVA BEDS IN EXCHANGE PLACE? Lleklold, Cutts and Suydam in Close Council?The Visitor?Chancey Shows Him Over the Premises?The Suicide. ACT III.?THE WAR PATH. Scene 1?MORA AT HOME?The Oerman Doctor Boreas Rohrbach Periorms a Miraculous Cure?Chancey Lick fold Enters the Toils, and Seals His Fate with a Kiss. Scene 2?THE TOMBS?THE BRIDGE OF SIGHS? Larrv Suydam Stuffs the Witness Box?In the Absence of Judge Dowling Cutts Occupies tlie Bench and the "Mo does" Steal a March?The Telegram. Scene S?THE SPECIAL SESSIONS?Paul Schuyler's Case?The Plea of Insanity?An Unexpected Witness. ACT IV.?"THE WHARF RATS." Scene 1?THE OLD ICE HOUSE UNDER THE CON CERT SALOON?Larrv Reflects on tlie Uncertainty of Human Events?Cutts Joins Him?The Disguises?A Mis take?The Spring Tide?Caught in a Trap. Scene 2?CORNER OF WALL AND BROAD STREETS? Llsha on the Trail?Mora Shows lier Indian Blood?Guppy and Bella. Scrnk the Labt-THE "NEW IDftA" CONCERT SA LOON?Lisha Appears In a New Character as Shack Nasty Jake?Mora Keeps Her Oath?Clianeey Receives a Warning?The Wild Appeal, "Yon Will Nol Kill Me ?" GOLDEN FETTERS! DEFIANCE I A HOT CORNER IN "MODOCS." "MORA" will be presented with NEW MUSH?, specially composed and arranged by MR. Tlios. BAKER; NEW SCENERY and NEW APPOINTMENTS. FIRST "MORA" MATINEE SATURDAY, JUNE 7. w ALLACK'S SOTHERN. BROOKLYN ACADEMY OF MUSIC. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, BROTHER SAM. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, DAVID OARRICK and DUNDREARY MARRIED. SATURDAY MATINEE, OUR AMERICAN COUSIN. w OOD'S MUSEUM. FRANK MAYO. ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION OF FRANK MAYO, The popular young artist, Mr. PRANK MAYO, In Murdoch's new and BEAUTIFUL IDYL of the backwoods, called DAVY CROCKETT. NEW SCENERY! M.'.CIIANICAL AND PICTURESQUE EFFECTS I First times of the favorite actress, I MISS ROSA RAND. The celebrated tragedian, MR. h. EDDY, in his remarkable and unequalled impersonations, in the drama of MONTE CRISTO, with all the original effects. EVERY EVENING AT H, and SATURDAY MATINEE AT 2. MATINEE PERFORMANCES DAILY AT 2 P. M. TIT ANTED?A YOUNO LADY. OF ATTRACTIVE Al' VT pearance, who can sing and play ; must not obiect to travel. Call on II. RAY, 32 Bond street, between lOand 2 or fi and 7, or address box lft'1 Herald office. rpiIE EVENING TELEGRAM THE EVENING TELEGRAM THE EVENING TELEGRAM CONTAINS ALl7~THE NEWS OF TO-DAY. CONTAINS ALL THE NEWS OF TO-DAY. CONTAINS ALL THE NEWS OF TO-DAY. THE HEOATTA^ Annual regatta, i liursday, June 5, New York Vac lit Club. The steamboat MAGENTA will accompany the yachts on tho above race, leaving Thirty-fourth street, North River, at 9 o'clock A. M. ; pier 2(>, loot Kan-lay street, 9:19; pier 4 North River, 9:30; Wall street terry, Brook lyn, 9:45: Quarantine, Mateli Island, 10:15. Refreshments will be furnished on board. Tickets. <1. /HUM) YACHT RACE OF THE NEW YORK YACHT \T Club?Thursday, June 6.?The elegant saloon steam boat NEVE RSI N K, Captain Robert Fuller, will leave the following lnndlnns to accompany the yachts through lie entire race;? I hirty-second street. East River, at 8:30; Peck slip at 9; Fulton terry, Brooklyn, at 9:15; Christo pher street at 9:10; pier 4, North River, at I0A. M. Dinner and refreshments on board. Tickets $1. A good band of music on this boat. (1 RAND YACHT RACE?STAR BOAT; THE NEW X and fast steamboat AMERICUS will leave the follow ing landings Thursday, June 5. with a select and limited number ol passengers, accompanying the yachts around the entire course, giving those on board a better view of the grand race than can be had oil the more crowded boats, leaving toot 33d street, E. It.. 8-to A. M.; pier'17, E. R., 9; Wall street ferry, Brooklyn. 9:15; Christopher street, N. R., 9:30: pier ft, N. R., 10 o'clock. Gentlemen's ticket, $2; ladles' ticket, 11. /"I RAND REGATTA. ?THB FISHING BANK BOAT IT MONITOR, Cant'iin l.'has. Foster, will meet the vachtsat the lluht ship and accompany them up the bay, Thursday, June 5. NEW YORK YACHT CLUB RACES.?THURSDAY, June ft, 1873, the steamboat GOLDEN GATE will leave the barge office dock, pier No. 1 East River, at 10:S0 A. M., affording parlies desirous of witnessing the start a splen did opportunity; alter sailing in company wiili the yachts down tlie bay she will return, resuming her regular trips at 1:40 P. M. from Fort Hamilton and Kav Ridge, giving an opportunity to land at these places and wait tor the return of the yachts, or to go back to New York by 2:30; tare tor the start, AOc. The regular daily trips ol the Golden Gate, from pier No. I East River, are as follows, stopping at Red Hook, Bay Ridge aad Fort Hamilton: ? 8:40 A. M.. 12:45, 2:4ft, 4:1ft ana 6 JO P. M. ; trolll Fort Hamilton, stopping at Bay Ridge anil Red llook,7:'0and 9:30 A. M.. 1*0, .1:40 and ft :30 P. M. Fare ftc , HV and 12c. NEW YORK YACHT CLUB REGATTA, On Thursday, June 4. Steamer PLYMOUTH ROCK, Commander L V. Tllfon, will accompany the yachts upon the regatta, leaving Thirty fourth street, N. R .at 9:1ft A. M..and pier 28 N. K. (toot of Murray street!, at 10 A. M. Keating'* celebrated brass, strhig and reed Band will discourse choice music during the entire trip. Fare for the excursion 92. N JEW YORK YACHT CLUB REGATTA, THURSDAY, June 5, 1873. N The Sound steamer D. R. MARTIN, Captain JAY L. CLARK, will accompany tne v*rht.< in the above Interesting race, leaving Thirty third street at 8-4A A. M.; pier 37, foot of Market street New York, 9:li>; Ford's wharf, Wall street ferry. Brooklvu, 9:30; Quaran tine dock, staten Island, 10 o'clock. Tickets admitting two ladles and one gentlemen, $6; single tickets. (2. Tickets limited. DINNER AND REFRESHMENTS ON BOARD. EW YORK YACHT CLUB RRGATTA, ON THl'RS _ . dav, June ft.?The fast sea itolng yacht INTIME will accompany the race all through; fine accommodations; fare tor the round trip $2; leaves Eighth street. East River, at 8 :30; Peck slip, 8:4ft, pier No. 6. North River. 9:30. Tickets can be had at 217 Lewis street, at OWEN KEKNAN'S. Captain Jack Simmer's dinner* will be nerved on board. . . INSTRUC TION. AT THOMPSON'S COLLEGE, JU FOURTH AVENUE, opposite Cooper Institute.?Bookkeeping, Writing. Arithmetic and Language*. Day and evening. Ladies' department?Telegraphy taught practically; demand tor operator*. No vacation. A THOROUGHLY COMPETENT TEACHER OF French, German,drawing and music, with unexcep tionable reference*, will receive a liberal salary In a boys' boarding school, near New York, during the next school years. Address, with references and stating present position, J. H. COLE, No. 9 Nassau st, room 1& INDICATION COMBINED WITH TRAVEL-THERE 'J is being tornied a partv of young gentlewomen to leave New York for Europe July 2, under the guidance of a ladv who has passed many years In foreign countries, and Who will conduct their studies in lanuuages and other branches of learning. Details In prospectus. Ad drew TRAVELLER, Ml West Twenty sixth it, New York. wivsii, mui'ohn. &c. Remember yoit can get the purr and gen . nine Milwaukee Beer af EMU, IIOLLl.Mn.B'S, toottio*i?v?v. kit kj? f OoU.eU lor family uk. N1 N AMUsracon* [BIRO'S GARDEN IdAST FOUR NIQHT& lflW 8?aKT PBBFOBMANCBH OF TUB Brilliant BRec'*VIil?r /??Ww?S'm AZRABL; OB, TUB MAGIC CaAB*. fcM LULU ?N$ Maffli'. aud 'Bartholemew, Wiaffltt and Bartholomew, HtlNtt and Bartholomew, *??}? ?"dPnSK ' Hons. VKLARDI. CLARA LB?iNTIMK, Mme. LAKNIEls kVwVT Aim!) ORAND COUPS Db BALLOT. NEW MUSIC, SCfcNrRY. TRICKS AND 'NJ?NTIONB stir, l-.H TRANSFORMATIONwbnb. LAST MATI N RE SATURDAYAT TWO O'CLOCK. IBLO'B GARDEN. SPECIAL MATINEE. Benefit of WILLIAM B. OKVEBNA (Master of Propertied). WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, JUNK 4, THE URANDEHT MATINEE BILL EVER PRESENTED. DRAMATIC, MUSICAL, ACROBATIC BALLET, SONUS 8CENERY. Midi FANNY HERRING, Mme. ANNIE KEMP BOWLER, KATTIE LANNIKR, BUCKN10 LUPO, MAFFIT AND BARTHOLOMEW, and THE MARTINS. CORA ADR1ENNE, CLARA LEONTINB, W BRodKHOUSE BOWLER. LIZZIE KELBEY. LAURA JOICE. WILLIAM 8 PONTIN, JERRY BARR1NOTON, THOS CHAPMAN. THE FRENCH SIsTiiR8, THOH. ?? Yh0h!*ARTLBMAN, x. J. MARTIN. and THE OREAT LULU in her wondertul FLIGHT THROUGH 8PACB, together with a host of TERP8TCII0RKAN, DRAMATIC AND OPERATIC, GYMNASTIC AN1> MUSICAL ART I ST 8. Doors open iitl o'clock; performance at 130 P. M. TOX"8 THEATRE. flilEBTOAlf SHOOK ManMB? . f.. ...... ............? ? ? Mr. A. M. PALMER Begins ?t 8. Saturday Matinee at 1 Jtt Till8 AND EVERY EVENING , , , until farther notice will be produced, by permission of Mr. Auguxllti Dnly, tile original aduptat.on ol the tumous Parisian Comedy. pERNANDK, with the following unrivalled cast of characters:? Vprtuiiule Mim Aunc8 fctnol The Countess ciothlide Davenport (Her tir-t appearance in New York i n i>evl?r?' TA,U/?i,?n Georgette, Pomerol'* wile Miss Kate Claxton (Her first appearance nt thw theatre.) iima RpnoMchil Miwj Emily Mpstnycr Mme De La Brie line.... Miss Josephine Lauren. PeaeliHoom "'BiJJniia flitim Ifjtr . M i88 Helen r orrt 81 The BaronuM Ml?* Charlotte Cave Therese ML-ot Kale Holland BibetS: ....Mm Wilde Phllln Pomerol Mr. b. ii. Haikins The Marquis Andre Mr. Claude Burroughs The Commander Jarbl Mr. K(lw*rd I-aniJ Rouucvillc Mr. W. B. Laurens llrSln Mr. ". Montgomery The Baron }j. stuart arlck Antoinj:::::::::::.: Mr. qmgiey SATURDAY NEx" V\t% :?o" KlKST MATINEE OF Feats may he secured six days in advance. rp HEAT RE COMIQUE, m4 bboaDWAY. The great drama of American lire aud adventure, BUFFALO BILL. BUFFALO BILL. _ _ uttttit kv nilK ^ALO BILL f Mr. J. B. STUIJLKY. 1,1 Miss FANNY HERRINO. Miss RACHEL DENVIL. Mr. T. J. MARTIN. Mr. GEORGE FRANCE. Mr RDWIN MACK. Mr. ED. J. rRlUi. THE STAR CAST IN THIS GREAT DRAMA. BUFFAL^ Kccn(; c08tume an(j Appointment new. A GRAND BUFFALO BILL MATINEE TO-DAY AT iyt. NOTTCF. EXTRA. EXTRA. ?N MOTHEYOKEATfeST OF ALL COMEDIANS, Mr. JOSEPH MURPHY, in his world-fained specialty, HELP! HELP 11 ,II?IjT\LL! BOOTH'S THEATRE. .'(Pi!8,0? EDWIN BOOTH ........Proprietor and Manager. In consequence ot the early departure of MISS NEILSON for Europe, the Management Is reluctantly conipeucd to announee the LAST NIGHTS of this Celebrated Artiste, and ot AMY robsart, . , as played hr her at the Driirv Lane Theatre, London, for 1 y OVER KH) CONSECUTIVE NIUHTS. Mr. FRANCIS BANGS as .LIKCE8TER Matinee on SATURDAY NEXT, at 1 30. The eur.aiil rises at 8 o'clock precisely. Notice.?Carriages may be ordered at 10:48. . Seatx mav he secured for unv ot the closing nights or Miss NKlLHON, at the theatre, or at Ditnon A Lo.'? inuslc store,711 Broadway. Tony pastor s opera house, 201 bowery. U UNCLE TOM'S CA1HN. UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. SAM RaNFORD SAM SANFORD SAM SaNKORI) SAM SANrUHU AS UNCLE TOM (WITH SONGS). MISS OEORGIB DICKSON AS TOP8KY. LITTLE NELL OLIVE AS EVA. A POWERFUL OAST OF CHARACTERS. SATURDAY NIGHT, BENEFIT OF SAM SANFORD. MERICAN INSTITUTE HALL Third avenue, between tiSd and 6UI1 streets. Entirely refitted and decorated. EBEN'S POPULAR SUMMER NIGHT*1 CONCEKTB pvw'UV KVEMN?t. fcAERi h\ hMNQ. E GRAND ORCHESTRA OF KIFTY PERFORMERS t Vilir 111 < * f #; r Mr. M^LlJLl. I j I'L.I. OPENING NIGHT, SATURDAY June 7, 1873. ADMISSION 2S cknts. __ / 1ARD ?TIIE GREAT LIDIA ' THOMPSON BUR ( ' lesiiue Trciijie. consisting of Horry Beckett, Willie Edwin, Elir.a Weathersbv. HetOy Trscv, Patti Josephs, Alice Atherton, Tilly Earl. Wm. Withers, and others, lire now at Kox'a American Theatre. Philadelphia, and elose June 14. /ILOWN SUITS, TIGHTS, TRUNKS. SHIRTS. HOSE, iv all size* and colors, plain and striped, in worsted and cotton. Enclose stamp tor circular. UNION AII VMS A CO., 637 Broadway. _ /1AED.-PIANO, OBGAN, VIOLIN. GUITAR, ZITHER, i / Slmring; private les>ons; "Aimcz voms la Mujique?" Ijeautitirt book, given ^^??. ^'^^b.recuT'1 PUNOFllllTES, ORGA^. <k( . ? STKINWAY A SON'S FllUf CLASS PIANO LA forte, little used, every improvement, great bar gain: Miixoti It Hiimlin Cabinet Organ, $78; cash wanted. 13Waverley place, near Broadway. ? FAMILY I.EAVIXii THE CITY WILL SELL A A handsomely carved rosewood 7 octavo Piano tor #126. with Stool. Apply nt MS l ast Thirtieth street, be tween Second and Third avenues. 4 T PRIVATE HOUSE 1AI WEST J3I> STREET.?FOR J\. sale, superb 7'i octave four round cornered rose wood Planotorte; used since January ; cost the present owner $800, lor $228; Stool, Cover, Ac.; warranted tor tlve years. _ i MAC.NIFICIENT 7 OCTAVE ROSEWOOD OVER J\ struug Pianoforte, latest linproveinents 'hllv guar anteed. In use one month, at a sacrifice. Cull at 22.) West Sixteenth street. _ AV F.LECANT FOUR ROUND CORNERED ROSE wood Pianoforte, 7l? octave, all improvements, cost $1,000, for $27.r>: one grand square for #22.1; also entire Household Furniture; lamlly going abroad. Call at 210 West Slat st.. near 7th av. AXAGNIFICBNT SOUARB (IRANI) 7'.i OCT A v E I'iiinolorU', brilliant tone, nearly new, cost $#.*>,, tor $:W0; Stool, Cover, Cabinet, cost $100; has box for ship tiing; Parlor Suits, Mirrors, Curtains, Carpets, Paintings, Bronzes, Chamber Suits, Buffet, Extension Table, Silver Ware; a sacrifice. 104 East Twentv-flfth street, between Fourth and Lexington avenues. Cut thUOUt. A-' MANUFACTURER WILL SACRIFICE A MAO nittccnt 71? octave r?s"Wood overstrung iron trame Planotorte; elegant en rved case; latest Improvement*; full* guaranteed. 26 Itlcrcker street, near Bowery. A FIRST CLASS 7'., OCTAVE ROSEWOOD PIANO; (orte lor sale, made order, celebrated maker, used r> months. Hilly guaranteed, cost $?.?*), for $278; box tor shipping. I'arlor. Chamber, Dlnlug Furniture: I inut ings, Bronz.es, silverware; sacrifice; property lutnily leaving city. :!6 W est I5th St., near 8th av. A BARGAIN?IF APPLIED FOB IMMEDIATELY. A magnificent rosewood Pianoforte, in perfect order, cost $800; will sell tur $15U; lull Iron triune, modem Im provements 28 Tlnrd street, near Bowery. WEBER 7 OCTAVE CARVED PIANO?GOOD AS ever, cost $00(1, pricc $200, at 70 University place, between Twelfth And Thirteenth street*. ? G N. P. n. I 1 Kit c. l^LEGANT ROSEWOOD PI A NOFORTE?$100; CHICK PJ erlng make; superb Instrument, haying carved legs, overstrung bass, Ac.; 7'* jwtave; great sacrlflce foreasti; please examine. JAMES U(.RDON, 187 Bleeckei t THIRST CLASS 7'? OCTAVE PIANOS RETAILED AT r wholesale prices Direct from factory. Scml tot circular. CHRISTIE, 78 Barrow, near Hudson street /1 RE AT BARGAIN. ? 11)0 P,ANOFORTE8 AND It Organs, new and second hand, some *ery lulU used, at greatly reduced^rU-.v. to caah boyjrj.^ ^ HALLET, DAVIS A CO AND OTHER NEW AND second hand Pianos aud Organs for rent or sale on berry' A'ro'.'TmBroadwnv. corner Tenth ?twt _ ?WAdMFTCEVT SEVEN OCTAVE ROSEWOOD PIANO i\l forte nearly new. all the modern improvements, lor sale. *t A great bargain tor cash, at 102 Mott street, grocery store. Pianos second h and, Of v UtIOUS makers. in 'thorough order, tor sale, nt low prices; nlwi Pinnos to rent andoti instalment a, bvCHK KERlNt; .t sons, II East Fourteenth street, between Broadway and Fltth avenue. jia.nos and ORGANS.?great barcains, new r and most beautiful styles and perfect tones ever made, and by best makers, at lower prices for cash, or monthly instalments, or tor rent, during this month, at WATERb'. 481 Broadway, than can lie tound elsewhere. Pianos (beautiful werer included*, cheap as the cheapest, good ns the lie?t, lor rent or snle, rent allowed purchaser, at MKRRKLL'S, No. Union ?quare, I? Koarth avenue. SEVEN OCTAVE ROSEWOOD PIANOFORTE, $100. We are retailing the best finished and richest toned Pianofortes manufactured at $228 cash. CO-OPERATIVK PIANOMAKERS, No. 9<ireat Jones st, near Broadway. UPRIGHT PIANOS-A SUPERIOR ASSORTMENT for sale or rent at OUVIUEll A SONS' manufac turers, 27 West Thirteenth street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues. BTORAOBS. ARTORAGB FOB FURNITURE, PI A NOB, ? gage aud other goods In separate rooms; atwa\s aceessTble, wati'hman inbuibllng; fb* lowest rates storage in the citv. MK HALE8 * H0"'. 4(1 and 42 Commerce street, near hi? e. *"r- _ DBNTISTHV.^ A BBAUTirOL WW OF T?IW. t$ ,,s 1 J,V A $1, warranted; Extrnct nj, with < ? Sib. r Filling, .Mli . opcu Suuda* till ii. 262 Sixth aviuut . u??mltr. 2t0r AnrvtiKMKirrs, -poWBRT THEATRE n wm. B. FRELIOH Manager. * MONDAY, JUNK t. 1871 Engagement of ^^po^a^roMEDlAjr and VOCALIST who will appear In nix dlflbrrat characlera la kia great drama. In four* MISS ALICK BBNNETT, ? MB. CHARLES LORD, v (JUS. MILLS, and YOUNG AMERICA, the celebrated Contortionist, Will all appear in new magical acta The laughable Farce of OUB BOV PROM LIMERICK. FRIDAY, BENEFIT OF JAMES M. WARD, in preparation, a new Local Drama called UANNA, the factory girl. J^KdlNS AT a DOORS OPE* AT 7:19k. BEGINS AT & DOORS OPBN AT 7 J5. OLYMPIC THEATRE, 624 BROADWAY, 0* FAREWELL performances. LAST TOUR NIGHTS LAST FOUR NJOIITS of America's Grimaldl and New York's special Favorite*. GEO. L. FOX, GEO. L. FOX, AND HIS GRAND specialty, HUMPTY DUMPTY. HUMFTY DUMPTY. Last appearance of ail the FAVORITE ARTISTS. LAST TWO HUMPTY DUMPTY MATINEES, WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, AT 2 T. K. MONDAY EVENING. JUNE 9, 1873, first aoDcarauco of those charming m COLEMAN SISTERS. Sec bills ot the (lay. MADELEIN MOREL. Theatre Crowded Every Night 5TH AVENUE THEATRE, 728 AND 730 BROADWAY. Begins at 8. Carnages may be ordered tor a quarter' to eleven o'clock. Mr. AUGUSTIN DALY Sole Lessee and Manager) CLOSING PERFORMANCES OF THE SEASON. I EVERY NIGHT at 8 o'clock and MATINEE Saturday at 1)? o'clock, will he acted the power ful original Drama, in fonr acts, by Mr. AUGUSTIN DALY, enti tled MADELEIN MOREL. Characters by Mis* Clara Mor ris, Miss Fanny Davenport. MIrj? Funny Morant, Mrs. G. fl. Gilbert. Miss Sara Jewott. Miss Mna Varian. Miss Nellie Mortimer,. Miss Roberta Norwood, Mr. Chas. Fisher, Mr. George Clarke, Mr. Louis James. Mr. James Lewis,. Mr. Henrv Crisp, Mr. W..'. L?> | mpvne, Mr. Bnructt, Mr. Pierce* ' Mr. Clianinnn. MADELEIN MOREL MATIN KB, SATURDAY, June7, at \yt o'clock. ?.?MONDAY. June 9. BENEFITof Miss MORRIS. ?.?WEDNESDAY, June 11, Benefit of Miss davenport. "The romantic novelty of the hour is the play of Made lein Morel. It is brilliant In Its surroundings, capti vating in its stage interpretation, emotionally strong. It offers an exceptional experience by way of evoking sympathy. The piece Is superbly set upon the stage and ably acted. The acting Is competent throughout ? ? ? There are talent and great earnestness throughout Hi* whole performance. More than 1,200 persons saw it last night and greeted It, from point to uolut, with einpllatio applause. It will undoubtedly keep the stage lor a con siderable time."?New York Tribune. "Madeleln Morel is the woman that society makes, not the woman that God makes. She is therefore begin ning to Interest society, which, at long intervals, under takes to undo In a day the wrongs it nas committed for nges. Her question is being forced anon us by Christian ity, morality, literature and social science. In vain we have tried to shut her out of literature. Her wild, plain tive protest, gathering poignancy and pathos from silent fenerations, Is weaving itstflt Into our fiction. Her rati leauty rises like a ghost above our statistics. Her tears have broken through the barriers of our art. And here we stand stoning her for 1.80) years, asking ourselves If. . after all, we cannot protect society without depriving her of salvation."?New York Worla. Grand opera house?twenty-third street, corner of Eighth avenue. Curtain rises at 8 pre cisely. Carriages may be ordered lor half-past 10. Sole Lessee and Manager Mr. AUGUSTIN daly FAREWELL PERFORMANCES of Mr. CHARLES FECHTER Every evening. TniS WEEK only, and forth# Mat* nee on Saturday, will be given the famous Konuintic ? Drama, in three act.", entitled THE CORSIUAN BROTHERS, With every scene new; new and peculiar mechanics^ ? and visional effects, costumes and furniture. Louis dei Franchi, i The Corsican ) Mr. CHARLES Fabian del Francnl,) Brothers, \ FECHTKR. Other characters by Mr. C. Wheatleigh, Mr. J. G. Pcakes, Mr. George Deverc. Mr. B. J. Rinugold. Mr. M. C. Searle, Mr. Bebus. Mr. J. W. Jennings, Mr. C. Leclercq, Mr. J. M. Golden. Mr. J. A. Mackey, Mr. Knos, Miss Lizzie Price, Mrs. Chapman, Miss Josephine Henry, 4c. ONLY MATINEE OK Mr FECHTKR in the CORSICAN BROTIIER8, SATURDAY, JUNE 7. AT I); O'clock. ?.?NEXT MONDAY, June 9. Mr. FECHTKR will appear in Victor Hugo's magnificent play, ltUY BI.ASI which will be produced with entirely new scenery, bnt will be given lor six lilghts and one matinee ONLY, if . i being positively the Farewell Week ot the Great Actor 1 r.Qr, ?ATHENEUM THEATRE, Broadway, opposite Metropolitan note!. Entire change ot bill. SUMMER SEASON. GRAND INAUGURATION. Popular place of amusement. AT ^FAMILY MATINEEA AT Vi 1 FAMILY MATINEET 3U O'CLOCK. <^KAMILY MATINEE* O'CLOCK.. THE GREAT HERNANDEZ COMBINATION. THE GREAT HERNANDEZ COMBINATION. HERNANDEZ'S BOSTON PEACE J UBILEE. HERNANDEZ'S Great Anvil Chorus, with Cannon ac companiment. Grand chorus ot 4.000 voices (more or less). Prof. HILTON, the great Ventriloquist, will introduce his three Talking Meads, representing ENGLAND, IRELAND AND SCOTLAND. The Queen of Scrio-Comic Vocalists, Miss LULU DKf. MAY. Mile. IDA DEVERE'S beautiful Flower Dance. HAPPY FRED SHAW IN COMIC SONGS. Mr*. FRANK DRKW will appear In ? screaming farce. HERNANDEZ'S ORIGINAL IMPERIAL JAPS. Afternoon?Doors open at 1. Evening, at 7 o'clock. Box office open dally. Seats secured In advance. M ISS CLARA LOUISE KELLOGG. Her last appearance In New York. IN A GRAND CONCERT, at the CHURCH OF THE DISCIPLBft, Ma lison avenue, corner Forty-fifth street, THURSDAY, June 8,1873, assisted by Miss Anna R. Biilklev, Mr. George Simpson, Mr. F. Rerrv mertz, Mr. J. II. Bmiawitz. Antonio L. Mora organist and Conductor ADMISSION ONE DOLLAR. RESERVED SKATS, WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE, at .19 Union square, 701, 114 and 2S.i Broadway, the principal hotels, news stands and at the door. Miss KELLOGG will sing on Friday evening, the 6tb inst., at Bedford Avenue Reformed church, Brooklyn. CENTRAL PARK GARDEN.?Til KODORE THOMAS. THEODORE THOMAS' UNRIVALLED SUMMER NIGHTS' CONCERTS. TU1S (WEDNESDAY) EVENING JUNK 4, at 8. 1. Concert Polonaise, "Kaiser Wilhelm" (new). .Straus* 2. overture, "Leoiiore No. 1" Beethoveu 3. Komarins Kava Glinka 4. Selections, "Hrst act ot Lohengrin" Wagner ft overture to Sukuntnla, Op. 13 Gcldmark. 6. Dance of Nymphs and Reapers (new), from the music to Shakspeare's "Tem pest"' A. 8. Sulllvnr 7. Nocturne. Op. 9 (new) lullus Zellucr X. Rhapsodic Hongroise No. 2 (Adaptation for Or ehcsira. new, by Karl Mueller) Lls/.t 9. Overture, "llunya ill Laszlo" hrket Id. Musette, "Mirl' lie" (new) Gounod 11. Waltz, "Manuscript" (new) Strauss 12. Parade, "March" (.new) Hauschild Admission V) cents. Packages containing 12 tickets, $4, at the usual places. PRIVATE BOXES ?2 EXTRA EVERY THURSDAY GRAND EXTRA CONCERT. Bryant s opera house, twenty-third street. between Sixth and Seventh avenues, near Booth's) Theatre. BRYANT'S MINSTREL*. BRYANTS MINSTRELS. BRYANT'S MINSTRELS. BRYANT'S MINSTRELS. BRYANT'S MINSTRELS. BRYANT'S MINSTRELS. BRYANT'S MINSTRELS. BRYANT'S MINSTRELS, BRY A NT'S M I.N ST RE LS THK MODOCfl. THE LIVE I NO IN. l'OMPEY'S blunders. LUCCA. PRIMA DONNA. Daniel in the Bryant's Den. Clodoche. THK MODOCS. The .'-trolling Players. 100th night, II AM LET. THE MODOCS. MATINEE SAIURDAY at 2. Seats secured. VTEW YORK MUSEUM or ANATOMY. ?18 BROAD 1.1 way, between Houston and Bleecker street*.?Every one should visit the wonderful Museum; It Is full of everv thing people should sec anil understand. Lectures dally on "The Philosophy of Marriage." Those parties nnahte to attend these important lectures can have them for warded, posl- ree. on receipt of 2ft cents, bv ad<lre*slnn SECRETARY NEW YORK MUSEUM OF ANATOMY, CIS Broadway, New York. Masonic temple. Twenty-third street, corner of Sixth avena*. 'PUBLIC OPENING OF THE GRAND HALL, THURSDAY EVENING, JUNK 8. On which occasion Ilro. W. S. ANDREWS will deliver his highly interesting lecture on DIALECT HUMOR, In aid of the Hall and Asylum Fund. Tickets, fl(?c. Reserved Seat*. $1. For sale at Sch.rmer's. 701 Broadway; RuIIumui'S, 1M Broadway, and at MhsoiiIc Temple. Metropolitan museum of art. Temporary building 12s West Fourteenth street. The DI CESNOLa COLLECTIONS, from Cyprus, and the LOAN COLLECTIONS ot WORKS OF ART are open to (he public dally, from 10 A. M. until # P. M. Admission M cents. New and Important additions have been made to the Loan Collections. _____________ ?VTETROPOLITAN theatrical AND showIprintino establishment, HERALD Bl lLDINO, BROADWAY AND ANN STREET. A LARGE assortment OF THEATRICAL, minstrel AND VARIETY CUTS CONSTANTLY' ON HAND. MIMICAL. /1ARD.?PIANO, ORGAN, GUITAR, SINGING.?MISS \ J WATSON gives private lessons, day and evening, at her residence, 92 Clinton place (Eighth street), Instru ments furnished fir d:iil> practice. PROFESSOR J. H. 8T. JOHN, WHO HAH BEEN teaching vocal music in the Hudson River Inrtltuta and f laverock college tor Hie past two years, is to be in New York alter September 1. and would like ? position as chorister, or In sing has* in a city choir Address J. S. ST. JuUjN. Cj#vtiftok College. CUtverMk, N, Y.