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KtMglou Mtatlitk* of K?w Ttrk kad Brooklyn? Or. A. 8. Hoot and J. M. Ba?kl?7 On tke Oeaomlnalioaal ?celiac? Mr. Backlcy'i Propkcclca. Tke Methodist ministers bad a large and lnterest lag neetlng yesterday at SOS Broadway. Dr. Mer ino presided and Rev. a C. Keyes led the devo tions. The topic for discussion, provided /or a week ago, *m the relation oi Methodinm to other deoswlpaUons in Brooklyn and also to the popula tion. Rev. 1. M. Buckley, pastor of SummerOeld church Washington avenue, Brooklyn, hart been ap pelated to open tbe debate. Be asked thut certain Otatistica, which had been prepared by Dr. A. s. But for another clerical body, might be read and %e considered as part of bis speech. This was done. ?m Hunt gave iiaimwi ino tables of statistics of tbe Presbyterian, baptist, Episcopalian, Con gregatlonalist and Reformed Dutch Churches re lating to their membership, probationers, churches, tnnaay scholars, Ac., for the years 18C0, 1866 and 1ST*, and a lew for 1873. These be contrasted with tbe statistics of Methodism in Brooklyn for the same years, and showed the ratle of eacb to popu lation ana their relative increase within the period named. The Baptists, for instance, bad in 1866 17 ebarehes and 4,618 members, and in 1870 20 ehorehes and 6,812 members. The proportion of tbelr membership to population In I8e? was 67 4.100? and* to 1870 69 6.200. They had also In the lat ter year 8,487 Babbath scholars. Tbe Presbyterians bad in 1866 16 churches, and In 1870 22. Their caembership in 1866 was 4,937, and in 1870 6,072, or 4U> Increase of 63 per cent. Tbe ratio of member ?blp to population in 1866 was 62, and in ($70 62. The population of Brooklyn in n?5 was, in round numbers 311,000, and to 1870 306,000. The Protestant Episcopalians of Brooklyn had in 1866 23 churches, and in 1870 It Bnt between those years tlie diocese of New York was divided and the. diocese of Long Island was formed. Tbe increase in cnurchcs in the lat ter year is more apparent than real, lor it ui ?ludes missions and societies or every kind. Tin-lr membership In 1866 was 6,211, in 1870 7,1-7. The ratio to population wan in 1866 60; in 1870, 66. Tbelr Sunday school children in 1870 nuin bored *,711. Tim CH)ngre^utionalmt? and the Reformed Hutch show a corresponding advance; but when TMK MBTBODT8T STATISTICS were presented thu,v showed a lamentable decline, the membership had fallen oil 607 between 1870 and 1873, and the probationers declined 4w. At the tame time the population has increased about lifTy thousand There have been added to the churches 9om?! l,MM> or i,4uo members since 1870. In 1866 there were 26 Methodist churches in Brooklyn, and to 1870 .14. The membership and probationers in 18*0 numbered 7,636, and in 1870 ?,036; Increase, 2,470, ?r thrity-sevcu per cent. The ratio to popula tion ia 18t>6 was 47: in 1870 42. The Sunday school scholars numbered in i?66 10,014, and In 1870 11,042. A leiu-iui decline in probationers was shown, and a lamentable disproportion between the number or CbAtioners id ene year and the increase of full GObers in another. Mr. Buckioy read some incomplete statistics for tke city ol New York bearing upon the same point. He then undertook to deal with the facts as he <ou ad them in both cities and to account, in a measure at least, for the decline. Among the to CAUSES OPKlUTlNd ADVEHSELY TO MKTHODISH Ee named, first, the loss of novelty in the presenta tion of the uoctrincs ot Methodism. When they began to preach them the people had been repres sed by Calvinism, but now the same doctrines are preached in the same way in Calvlnlstic churcheK as In Armenian or Methodist churcheK. And Metho m hymns and songs are sung in Calvinistic churches? he thought, indeed, sometime much bet tor than Methodists sing them. Helliad lately heard gnng in a Congregational church the very hymn ou which be was swept into the church, with all the ?re and seal of early Methodism combined with BongTegational understanding, so that they ful filed toe apostolic injunction of singing with tbe spirit and with tbe understanding also. An ether cause is the natural laws of association, wealth, historic pedigree, Ac., of other denomina tions, and tbe withdrawal of wealthy Methodists (Tow the denomination to unite with others. He acknowledged that, in the language of a simple man, "we have among us yet a few who have 'ris' ami kept humble." Bnt he called his .brethren's attention to the contract between St. Paxil's Metho dist Kpiscopai church of this city and l)r. Crosby's Presbyterian church just opposite, and also be tween his own (Summerflelu Methodist Episcopal ?church) and Dr. Kuddington's Congregational, or Br. Duryaa'a or Dr. Cuyler's Presbyterian clinrcnes. e admitted that in his church were men enough to supply half a dozen churcbcs with deacons and elders and class leaders; bnt there 1b no enthu siasm among tbeni and no Christian vitality, onr wealthy men retire early both from business and irotn the church? say at the ape of fifty. Another essnte of Methodist decline is the character of the immigrants that come to our shores and stay in ROMANISTS AND FREETniNKEKS to preacb? to some of whom is like preaching to a clone wall. Those who leave these cities are chiefly tbe middle classes, ironi whom Methodists are drawn. Another and. perhaps, the most important cause ol all, is the changed relation of the Metho dist youth to the Church. The question tor pastors now is, not how to get the youth converted, but bow to interest them so as to keep them in the Church at all. And very lew of the best of our fount; people ever come into our churches. True, a few do come in as Sunday school tcachers, or t he like; but it is a very rare thing lor a Methodist husband and wire t*> bring a Baptist or Presbyte rian partner into the Methodist Church, while, it frequently occurs that Methodist go into other churches in this way. We have, said Mr. Buck ley, nothing to attract the wealtny into onr ranks, and we cannot compete with the older, Wealthier and long established chnrches in our Eilst. Another cause 1r the increasing formalism the chtlrcties. The men who fill official positions tbe Methodist Episcopal churches to-day are men who came into the Church thirty or forty Gears ago. They were then young and enthusias ts and they eould exhort with zeal and lervor, and sinners were brought into the Church through their instrumentality. Tney say the very samo thugs now, but no one minds them. The heart is not in tbe utterance. Be predicted tuat unless this formalism Is suppressed Methodism will go to distruction. Tbe waut of a permanent pastorate was also referred to. though he was not in favor of It, and be believed the laymen of the c (lurch to-dav, U allowed to vote on the,questlon of two years, pas torate or four, would vote for two, and they would not tove a permanent pastorate at all. The simi larity yf Metbodlst preaching Is another hindering cause. We can always gu< ss what the ministers will pitach about In September, and we may be ab solute!} certain what will be said in Octubcr or Hove niter. The DECLDi E OP THE CLASP MEETINGS Is another cause, and Mr. Buckley contended for their revival. Be visited a place a week ago to Crtorm t marriage ceremony, and found that they <f not. bad class meetings there for three years. Bepredir el that if the class meeting system Is not revived we shall have a greater decline in Methodism, sensationalism will increase, and some of the churches that cannot keep their heads above water will teave the Church by individuals, and those that reualn will try to upset the itinerancy, and long before the ministers become sixty years eld ? beiore winch age they should not think of re? ttrinii? the people will have become tired ol them. This interesting discussion was continued to the next meeting day, two weeks hence. The associa tion will meet next Monday with the District Con ference. VKECft or THE TWEED DTICIKTY. The Sole Under tbe Hammer of the Ef? fceta of the Boas' Club. One of tbe last relics oi the old regime, which scarcely two years ajro held the entire treasury and commerce of the metropolis in its grasp, yes terday succumbed to inevitable fate's decree. The elegantly furnished rooms or the William M. Tweed dab, at No. 106 Hast Broadway, were thronged with a greater crowd than tbey have known for many months before. Many of tne old faces were there, but tbelr owners seemed to Keen rather in the background. The greater majority of the audience seemed to be strangers. They were visitors, and TUB KEn HL4H at the front door told very plainly the cause of tbelr presence. Among others were to be seen many habitua. attendants at auctions, and just be hind them the anxious, timid facet: of working women who trod on Axminster ?airpets for the Arst time in their lives. Remarkably good prices were realieed?ftilly twenty-five per ^ent more than ceuid have been obtained for the <c nature iu a private house. The b.ddinp wa? ver* lively, ai- ' tboogh confined principally to members ol the 5cv eatb ward. TlIE TOTAL AMOrVT realized was about $3,700. The more valuable arti cles sold as follows >? Piano. $300, cost only $860; two tdlilard tables, $410 ; pier glasses in parlor, $102 and |8A: two pArlor suits of red plash. $166 and $)42 60; Brussels on parlor, $114; Axuiinster carpet, $1 66 per yard; billiard chairs. $M; two cbanoebers in parlor, $86 each; two mirrors on aecobL) Door, $63 and $49; library tables, $36 and $38; two common velvet sofas, $84: bronr.es, $84, and Prencb clock with bronze ornaments, 1146. The prices realized were so bigh that dealers in *ecOBd-baii<l wares did not purchase. MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. Harried. PoNtOT? Botch* a. ? On Thusday, June r>, 1873, ot the nealdenoe el tbe bride's parents, Brooklyn, U. I), by B?v. P. T. Sendrick. pat- 'or (.rand street first' Methodist church, Brooklyn, petek ?. jmNvsx, of Long Branch, N. J., to Bill* Am. . Butch eh of Brooklyn. rwz4iKBAi.D? Eei.looo.? At Harlem, on Thurs day, June A, by Bev. Father McUuire, KnWARb u>, youitfc?t?ofi of Uiejftt* JtyFAP1 1 ire raMI, to Imni M. Kellooo. yo?n*est daughter of the late John D. Kellogg, of New York. Hydb? Soealrki On Thursday, May 22, by the Rev. James Milieu, D. D., of the Church or the Holy Martyrs, J am km Hyde to Julia annib, only daughter ol the late Verladialaus SokalflkL Mollkr ? Delukk. ? Id Hamburg, Germany, on Wednesday, May 21, i?73, at the Evangecal Lutheran churcii of St. Peter, by the Rev. A. Kreuslcr,)W ili.uk Moij.kr, of New York, to Annik, daughter of Frederick Delger, Esq., of Oakland, California. W khtcott ? Crambrrlin. ? Id Boston, on Friday, June ?, by Rev. William V. darner, pastor Charleti street clinrch, Jambh W. Wicwrcorr, of Newbury port, to Julia M. Ciiaubkrlin, of New York. Wilson? Kinoriiury.? On Sunday, June 8, 1873, by Rev. Dr. Deemcs, at the Church of the Strangers, Thomas Wilson to Brrtha Kinuubury, both of this city. Died. A oit a montr. ? The funeral obsequies fo? the re pone ot the soul of the late Major General Yunacio Aura month, killed In battle in Cuba, will be cele brated at ten A. M., on Wednesday, the 11th Inst., at St. Stephen's church, Etmt Twenty-eighth street, between Lexington and Third avenues. Cubans and all sympathizers with- the cause of the inde pendence of that country are respectfully requested to attend. Austin.? Suddenly, on Saturday, June 7, Mart E., wife of Besson J. Austin. The fuiieral will take place on Wednesday, llth inat., at one o'clock, at her late residence, Marc Vista, N. J. Relatives and Mends are respectfully invited to attend. Take 9:20 A. M. boat Jesse Hoyt and New Jersey southern Railroad lor Red Bank, where carriages will meet the train. ' Barker.? At Harlem, oh Sunday, Jane 8, 1873, Mart Amanda Bakkeu, beloved wife of John L. Barker, in the mh year or her age. The relatives and friends of the family arc re spectfully invited to attend the funeral, from her late residence. No. 427 Hast 117th street, on Tues day, June io, 1873, at half-past nine o'clock. The remains wlifbo tnkcn to Maruaroncck for in torment. Hkji an.? On Sundav, June 8, Michabl Bkiian, a nanvo of Hie parish or Cohar, county Tippcrury, Ireland, ih hiff-ilst year. Funeral from the residence of his uncle, P. Gonch, 192 Mulberry street this (Tuesday) after noon, June io, at two o'clock. Blakk.? On Saturday, June 7. at Brookllno, Mhhs., Ann Hull, wife or George Baty Blake, aged 5? years. runeral on Tuesday afternoon, at three o'clock. Hi.oim.ct.? At Providence, ft. 1.. on Sunday, June R, colonel Wji.uam P. Blodoet, in the With year of hi* age. Ca^iuy.? On Frldny, June 6, Captain Gkoikie V. Cass idt, aged 53 years, formerly of brig Martha. Died at sea. Funeral from Madison street Baptist church, cor ' ner Uonverneur street, at one o'clock P. M,. on Wednesday. The remamB will be taken to Orange, N. J., lor interment. Ciiandi.br.? On Monday, Jnne 9, 1873, Elenor Chandler, relict ef Jonas Chandler, agod 71 years, b uionihs and e days. The relatives aud lrlends of the family are re spectfully Invited to attend the funeral, irom her late residence, 113 Eafct 124th street, on Wednes day, June 11, at eleven o'clock a. M. Cook. ? At hlH late residence. No. 226 West Fourth street, on Sunday morning, June 8, 1873, after a ionii and severe illness, Charles J. Cook, in the Goth year of his age. The relatives and friends ot the family arc re spectfully invited to attend his funeral, on Tuesday, loth icst., at two o'clock, iroin tlic North I'.aptist churcii, corner of Bedford and Christopher streets. 1. O. op O. P.? The members ol National Lodge, No. 90, are hereby summoned to attend the funeral of our late brother, Charles J. Cook, from the North Baptist church, corner of Bedford and ChrlBtopher streets, this day (Tuesday), June 10, at two o'clock P. M., sharp. By order of , W. Wood. Secretary. 1). WHIPPLE, N. O. Crank.? Browned at Norwaltc, Conn., on Satur day, Jane 7, 1873, Willis B., son ot Thaddeus and Clorlnda Crane, aged 15 years. Funeral services at the residence of his father, somers, Westchester county, N. Y., ihis day (1 ues day), June io, at two o'clock P. M. Relatives aud friends ol the lamily are respectfully invited to attend. Carriages will be In waiting at Purdy's station on arrival of train leaving Grand Central depot at half-past eight A. M. Davis.? At Elizabeth. N. J., on Sunday, Jnne 8. Tkrksa, daughter or Evan and Teresa Davis, aged 7 years and 3 months. Randoi on Saturday, Jnne 7, 1873. at Charles ton, h. C., Kmiliu Louise, infant daughter ol colonel A. M. and Liz?ie Randoi, aged i> months. Daw-'on.? (in Monday moRUBg, Jnne 9, BBTBSB, youngest daughter of John and Sarah Ann Dawson, aged 1 year. 4 months and 22 days. Fnneral from 84 south Second street, Williams burg, Tuesday, at two o'clock P. M. I >k a km an. ? On Monday, June 9, 1873, Jamkk Dear man. His relatives and /riends' are respeetrully in vited to attend the funeral, from the residence of his brother, David C. Dcarman, White Plains, on Wednesday afternoon, At three o'clock. Df.ck.hr.? At Yonkers, on Sunday, June 8, Law rence Decker, in the 6 2d year ol his age. Funeral on Tuesday (this day) at two P. M., from St Mary's church. Elliott. ? At Brewsters, Putnam conntv, N. Y., on Sunday evening, June h, after a severe niness, William Elliott, drover, in thetath jear ol his age, a native of the county Tyrone, Ireland. Beloved by all wno knew him. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend his fnneral on Wednesday. June 11. Car nages will be in waiting at Grand Cenirai Drpoi at eleven o'clock. Remains will t* interred in Green wood Cemetery. Francis.? On Monday, June e, at his residence in Dayton, N. J., ex-Sheriff John M. Francis, in :be 62d year ol his age. Funeral will take place from the Presbyterian church corner of sixth and Hudson streets, Iloio ken, at eleven o'clock A. M., on Wednesday, Jars 11. good.? on Sunday, June 8, Brknt Barnes, son of Hrent S. 11. and Anna M. Good, aged i year, 11 months and 22 days. A bud ou earth to bloom in neaven. Funeral from Chumbcriin's Hotel. Hahwav, N. J., at one 1*. M., Tuesday, Jnue io. Train leaven root of Oortiandt street at twelve M. Good ww.? In Brooklyn, on Sunday. June *, Ropk, wife of Thomas Goodwin, In the with year of her age. The funeral services, at the Church of the As sumption, corner York and Jay streets, on Wednes day morning, at nine o'clock. The friends of the lamily are respectfully invited to attend. Griffith.? On Friday evening, June C, Wil li At; H. Griffith, in the 6lst year of his age. The relatives and friends' are respectfully invited to attend the luneral, from his late residence, 140 South Portland avenue, Brooklyn, this afternoon, at two o'clock. Sylvan Grove l.odge. No. 270, F. and A. M.. aud the members of sinter lodges are re spectfully mviied to attend ; also the members of Oceanus Association. The members or Sylvan Grove Lodge, No. 275, F. ami a. m., are requested to meet m accordance wltn above noticc, to unite in paying the last tribnte of respect to our late brother. William II. Griffith. By order ol ROYAL G. MILLARD, Master. W. B. Chfrcb. Secretarv. N. B.? The members of the William H. Griffith Billiard Association please meet as above notice. RICHARD HASBKOUCK, President. G. Kennedy, Secretary. Hanna.? On Monday, June 9, Elizabeth Bird, infant daughter of Thomas L. and Sarah G. llanna. The relatives and lrlends of the family are re spectfully requested to attend the luneral service, from the residence of her parents, 3?6 West Thlr tictti street, on Tuesday, June 10, at two o'clock P. M. Hot-SMAN.? On Sunday, June 8. Nathan 8., be loved son of Siglsmund and Babeth Bousman, aged 18 years. The relatives and friends of the lamily are re spectfully invited to attend the funeral, on Tues day afternoon, at two o'clock, from tne residence Of his par- ut s, 63 WeBt Fifty-second street. hull.? On Sunday. June 8, after a long illness, W i i.i. i a m Y. Hull, in the 28th year of his age. The relatives aud friends, also Polar Star Lodge F. and A. M., No. 246, are respectfully invited to attend the luneral, from the residence of his brother-in-law, Isaac s. Cheshire. 293 South Third street, Brooklyn, E. D., on Wednesday, June 11, at two o'clock P. M. I'Ol.AR STAR LODflE, 245, F. AND A. M ? Brethren, you are hereby summoned to attend a special communication at the Lodge Rooms, U8 avenue D. ou Wednesday, June 11, at one o'clock P. M., for the purpose of attending the funeral of our late Worthy Brother William Y. Hull. By order. GEORGE A. PHELAN, M. M. Stewart. Secretary. Hyatt.? At the residence of his daughter, on Saturday. June 7, 1873, Jambs U. Hyatt, in the 69th year of his age. The relatives and friends of the family are re spectfully invited io attend the funeral, on Wednesday, Jnne 11, from St. Mary's Episcopal church, I42d street and Alexander avenue, Mott Haven, N. Y., at two P. M. Jaiin*.? At. Curacuu, West India Islands, on Mond&y. May 19, of consumption, Heniiy Jaune, formerly of Jersey City, aged 6s years. Notice of funeral in to-niorrowN papers. Kklley.? At Harlem, on Sunday. June 8, Jui.ia M . second daughter of Timothy KeLley, aged 19 . years. The relatives ami Mends of the family are re spect fully invited to attend the funeral, from the residence of her father, No. 149 East l lath street, tins day (Tuesday), June 10, at twelve o'clock. Kknney.? On Sunday, June 8, Edward Kenney, aged 32 years. His relatives and friends nre respectfully invited to attend the funeral, from his late residence, Re vere House, 604 Broadway, to-d*y jTuesday), at one o'clock. Reuwen.? on Sunday evening, June s, after a long liiLens, CuahjJ'S Kbi'toem. a native of lscr> lohn, Prm^&ia, In the C2d year of his age. Funeral.io take place irons his late rexidcncc, at stapleton, ,S. I., on Wednesday, June 11, at two o'clock, carriages iu attendance at staplet< n binding on atrival of the one o'clock boat from the city. Marshall.? ?'>n Saturday afternoon, June 7, after a long illness, Eimenk^sk a. Marshall, in the 40tb year o( Ins age. The relatives antJ friends of the family arc respect fully invited to atdsutf the funeral, on Tuesday afternoon, June io, at two o'clock, from his late residence, No. 40 Foarth avenue, without further notice. Mastin.? In Poughk(vpsie, on Sunday, Jnne 8, 1 1873, Daniel Mastin, In tve Hist year of hi* ape. Funeral services at titer .residence of his *oii-in law, I.. C. Duseuherry. 38 Smith street, on Wednes ajVfHMW. jit tiuo'civa. , ^utwffeut at Plain*, N. Y., on Thursday morning. Train leaven (Iranrt (Antral Depot at 10:40 A. M. Maura*.? on Homiay, Jane 8, 1873, Joseph Mac ban, M. D., in the 77th year ol tola age. The relatives and friend* of the family are invited to attend the funeral, from hia late residence, ?8 West Nineteenth street, on Wednesday next, at teu o'clock A. M., without further notice. His re mains will be taken for interment to Providence, R. L Mkyrriiolz ? On Hundav night, June 8, Wl after a abort and aevere illneaH, Louis Mkyeiuiolz, ageo 40 year*. The relatives and friends of the family are re Hpecti'ully invited to uttend the funeral, on Ttnw? day, lot h instant, at ten o'clock, from his late resi dence, 2it> Hi mii avenue. O'Connxli..? On Hatnrnay, June 7, Marib Tiikrksh, lnfanCTlanghtcr ol Matthew J. and Oatli arine l-oulse O'Oonnell, aged 8 months and 17 days. Funeral will take place from the residence of her parents, No. 210 Kast Fifty third street, on Tuesday, June 10, at two P. M. OTdole.? In Brooklyn, on Saturday, June 7, Kixkn OToolb, sister of Rev. T. J. OToole. Funeral on Tuesday, June 10. at nino o'clock A. M, from 999 DeKalbnvennc, to 8t. Patrick's church. Kent and Willougiiby avenues, where solemn requiem will be offered. Subsequently her remains will be conveyed to Mount Olivet Cemetery, Wash ington, D. 0. Phayrk.? On Monday noon, January ?, Catfia rinbM.. widow of John Phayrc. aged flfl years. The relatives and friends of the family aro ro speetrnllv invited to attend her funeral, on Wednesday, at one o'clock, from her late resi dence, No. 326 West Thirtieth street. Rafphhty.? on Saturday, June 7, Isabella Haf KEKTY. The relatives and friends of the family are re spectfully invited to attend the fnncral, iroin Iter late residence, 21 Sussex street, Jersey City, this (Tuesday) afternoon, at three o'clock. Rivas.? Suddenly, on Sunday, June 8, Florknoia Crn ao, wife of Ramon de Rlvaa, and a native of Matanzas, Cuba. The funeral will take place on Wednesday, June 11, at eleven o'clock A. M., from her late residence, ..38* Fifth avenue. No cards. . Ryan.? On Sunday, June 8, Anns Ryan, aged 34 years. The relatives and friends or the family are re spectfully invited to attend the funeral, from her late residence, 248 West Thirtieth street, on Tues day afternoon, at half-popt two o'clock. Ryan.? In Hoboken, on Sunday, June (I. 1873, Miciiarl, second oldest son of l<awrcnce and Mary Ryan, aged 1H years, l month and ?'> days. The rehitives and friends of the family arc re spectfully invited to attend the funeral, from the residence of his parents, 103 Meadow street, to day, at two o'clock P. M., and from thence to Hf. Mary's Roman Catholic church. Sciiknck.? At Avon Springs, on Sunday evening, June 8, of rheumatism of thn heart, Francis if. hrhknck, younsresi son of the late Peter H. Schenck, in the 4Sth rear otitis age. Notice of the luneral hereafter. Swasky.? On Mirday, June 8, Eliza BowKRfl, widow of Jerathmel H. Hwascv. formerly of Som erset, Mass. Relatives and friends of the family are respect fully invited to attend the funeral, from her late residence, No. 234 Kast Sevonly-ciirhth street, on Wednesday, June 11, at one o'clock P. M. Tphnkr. ? In the city or New York, on Monday, June 2. 1873, Lucy, wife of Kdniund F. Turner, and only daughter of William R. Raker, of Houston. Texas. ??The Lord gave, and the i^rdhath taken away; blessed be the name of the Lord." Yes, O Cod, although Thou hast bronglit grief and uionrnimr into a large circle or relatives and friends, we btill, with humble submission, bless Thy holy name. And yet our hearts, while they would be resigned, are, by the frailty of nature, only human, and we cannot do else for a little while but grieve and mouru. This mncn admired young woman, so amiable, so dearly loved, has been snatched suddenly from among us. Her early lire gave promise or a long period or happitiess and usefulness. Her gentle and genial disposition made sunshine to all in her presence. Hnt Death, regarding not the beautiful traits ol her character, swept his scythe over the very threshold or her lire. Releutless Death I This is thy world ; thou reapest here ; but unseen angels snatch the flower from thy sickle and plant it in a garden over which thou hast uo dominion. So has this treasured flower been removed from the clonds and storms or this world, to bloom and flourish in a heavenly home. The hearthstone is forlorn? the vacant, seat Is th*?re, the sweet smile that lighted up the happy circle is forever gone To the devoted husband, the fond mother, the doting rather wc can only tender ? tho sad relief Affliction loves? the fellowship or grief. The beloved one is gone, but, departing, has loft her image? "a new-born babe, to smile while all around ner weep"? o link 'twixt earth and heaven. Dear Lucy, thon art now at rest, The cares ol lire with thee are o'er, Ann in the mansions or the blest Thy spirit dwcllH forever more. Departed shade, whose snort career Was blighted in an early bloom, Affection's warm ami hallowed tear Shall ceaseless uow upon thy tomb. Immortal now In Tealms above. With thee there ib no dreary night. For round the throne of heavenlv love Thy spirit floats in endless light. C. MiARn.? On Saturday morning, June 7, Ai.kx anhkr Ward, cx-Asseitiblyman. Funeral to take place from lus late residence, i?2 West. Forty-ninth street, on Tuesday, June 10, at one o'clock P. V. Relatives and friends arc re spectfully invited to attend. HOU8EK. ROOMS, ?*C VVAVTKD. In this City and Brooklyn. Aoentleman and wife want a newly fi r tilshcd trent Parlor anil Bedroom, in the vi< iuity of Madison Mj aar i'. Address. with price, HKNKY, St. .lamer Hotel. House wanted? for onk or more years-, furnished or unfurnished; location, between Thirty fourth siren and Central I'ark , taniilv ol tour adaiu. Apply to J. W. KTONE, 2.V, Canal street. New York. WANTED? BY A PRIV ATE FAMILY, 1ST JULY OR 1st September, an unlUrr.thhed House In good neighborhood . rent, not to exceed $1,S00. Address, Hiving description. RESPONSIBLE, Herald office. XJL7 ANTED ? BY A YOU NO OENTLEMAN. A FUR tt niahed Rootn in tome private family. Address J. F. J., bo* l.KH Post office. WANTED IMMEDIATELY, IN PRIVATE ROUSE, Suit of Rooms tor honsekweping, second floor; bath room, Ac. ; west side, above Fourteenth street; If suited will remain three or Ave years gentleman and wile oniv. Address WM B WEBB, Produce Commission Mer chant, 183 Reade street. WANTED? KOR A PHYSICIAN, AN ENGLISH BASE ment House or l<ow?*r Part of tt, tx tween Futh and Ninth avennes and Twemy-fllUt and Fortieth street*. Address ENGLISH BASE M EST HOUSE. box ISi Htraid office. WANTED-TWO OR THREE PLEASANT ROOMS on the second ttoor, nicely tarnished , location on or near Fltth avenue, above Twenty third street, or fronting >?mc pleasant park , f .'>0 per month wilt be |.at4 lor the Hummer months; refertuce nlvi a. Addrt as BROKER. Herald oOLe. In the Country, C COUNTRY RESIDENCE.? WANTED, A FURNISHED J Cottage, fbady, lor the season, within a short dls tance from the cltv , la>ng Island or Westchester ce.untv. Addrcsa. with lull particulars, box at* ureenpoint Post office, L" I, BUJJASDfti Y J ?STANDARD AMERICAN BETEL TABLES AND sale only to Phcian . the Phelan * Collcnder Combination Cushions for >nly bv tin patentee, II. W t Oli.knueh, ?uccestor clan k Collender, 73P Broadwav, New York M W El' ROPE. ESSRS. POWER A WYLIE, SII1PBROKERS AND Ivl Commission Agents. U Jamaica street OlasgoW, heg to announce that they are open to art a? scents or con signees in that city. Having a very extensive connection thev would attend to orders tor buying, forwarding, ship ping, Ac , at very moderate commmooii The qrEEN'S noTPt. nf.ak the crystal Palace. Upper Norwood, I?ondon.-To tourist* and families? lt? elevated, plea*ant and most salubrious posi tion. combined with the comfort afforded and its general managi-aienl. have made the yoeen's Hotel a tavorlte retort of the upper ranks of Eng:ith society. WANTED TO PCRCHASK TO Si'RVEYORS.? ' WANTED, A GOOD SECOND hand Transit and Surveyor'! Outflt. Address til'K VEYOK, Herald office Wanted? a second hand perfect workino Scale, to weigh 2*1 pounds. Apply nt LEVY A MF.KJS . 'if- Exchange place. J ANTED? 1 .000 DOURY BUSTLES. SEND PRICE ' list, with lowest discounts. AddriJis C. A. H., Herald officii. I VEm and mars. Artificial human kyes.-t. j. davis, in ventor and only maker of the improved Artitici.il Human Eye, acknowledged by the faculty to lie theoniy correct imitation of nature in the world 1/7 Last Fifteenth street, between Third and Fourth avenues. DENTISTRY . ABFACTIFUL SET OF TI-.KTII, TO ?s SINoLE, f I ; warranted ; Extracting, with <>as, S0< ; Silver Filling, SOc : opcu Sunday Ull 12. 'Xl Sixth avenue. Re mtmMr xi. Absolutely painless-teeth extracted-, irem?'8? daily ; Combination Sets, extremely light, it no dur.il, is . RuhLier Sets.910. UlOSlxth aveiine, between Fourteebth i?nd Fifteenth strocta Established M rear*. Dr. L HE I, HARD. nR WHITE, DENTIST, SIXTH AVENl'B (FOR inerlv of 76).-BeaaUlnl ami substantia! Set* of laelh, $5, $10 abd $16. warrauUd to lit p> rin tlj. Teedi filled and warranted. $1. RKARBLB MNTmjik AKLABEK. STKAM MARHLE ANI) MARRliEIZINU . Works, IM ami l.?> F^rt Eiglib-i Mil strei t ? Marhla and Marldcized Mantels, Tiling, Marble Counterr. Monu ments. at prices that defy competition. Marble Tarninc fit the triM. An ASSORTMENT OF MANTELS, UMURPAMSD for beauty of design and 'piality of worktuansblp. Mate Work ol all kinds a specialty PENRllYN i LATB COMPANY. Fourtt; avenne and Hrventeenth street, I'nion square. I'll WA'STl SLATE MANTELS RICH AMI l-.I.E cant d?-algns; Slate works ol every (Inscription. Mar ble and Wooa Mantela. T. H STIvWAKl' ,t CO, 2A)aud 2U W?fi rwtuw Ihwd suveu hcm ttvrenU? avtiiinu N. y, AMU8BMBNT8. XTIBLO'S GARDEN. r.NTKHK CHANGE J> CHARMING SUMMER BNTERTAINMKNT. MAFFITT AND BARTHOLKMKW IN COM1SDY. LI) I I'. The Benaation Gymnast, LULU. UBANO MUSICAL AND TKRl'HICIlOREAN OLIO. HIMlTH VH. BROWN. MAFFITT, BARTUOLKMEW, Mile. LBONTINE, KATT MAVIIKW, MINNIE DOYLE in the cast THE ST. FELIX TROUPE. HI*. W1LLIO. TIIK TWIN SISTKRa FRENCH. A. W. 1LAFFL1N. I,ULU IN HER WOfiDKHFllL AERIAL PLIGHT. Terminating with Uie funniest of all Vantcmlmei, NICODEMU8. MAFPITT and BARTIIOLEMKW In their Great Roles. THURSDAY EVENINO? ROBBBT MACA1RE. MATINEE 8ATUBDAV AFTERNOON AT 2 O'CLOCR. MONDAY EVENING. JUNE 16-First appearance at thin theatre cftbe celebrated Herman Dialect Comedian, OOFTY GOOFT, in an entirely new Comedy Drama written expressly lor him by Buward 8pencer, Esq., of Baltimore, untitfed KOOMKB. (1ENTRAL PARK GARDEN -THEODORE TUOMAB. J THEODORE THOMAS' UNRIVALLED SUMMER NIGHTS' OONCBRT8, THIS (TUESDAY) EVENING, JUNB 10, AT a 1. Marc lie el Cortege. "Reino Ue Saba" Oonnod 2. Overture (Leonore No. 1) Beethoven a Kooiui insksys Glinka 4. Introduction (Chorus and March, third act of Lohengrin) Wagner 0. Overture to "Sakuntala," op. 18 Goldniark 6. Saltarello (Italian symphony) Mendcllsohn 7. Nocturno, op. 9 (new), adaptation tor orches tra (new), by Carl Mullcr Juliun Zelloer R Rhapnody Honi;roisc No. 2 Liszt 9. Overture, ''Zampa" Ilerold 10 Trio. "William Tell" ' Rossini 11. Walts. "New Vienna" Strauss 12. ualop, "Japai?v.e" Pease Admission 50c Package* containing 12 tickets, $4. fun he obtained at the principal music stores; alio at 286 Broad wav, una Central Park Garden. EVERY THURSDAY, GRAND BXTRA CONCERTS. QLYMPIC THEATRE, | m BROADWAT. 624 MR AND INAUGURAL of the HUMMER SEASON. Engagement of those charming COLEMAN MISTERS, COLRM AN 8 rftTE RS, who will appear EVERY EVENING, until further notice, in Km. VcrHhing's Emotional Drama of DR1VBN FROM HOME. SUPPORTED BY A PULL DRAMATIC COMPANY, and introducing their grand specialties, NdNGH, DUETS, SOLOS, DANCES, ACL, . forming a most complete UftlQUE AND NOVEL ENTERTAINMENT. FAMILY MATINEES g WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY ? AT 2 P. M. AT a P. M. EVENING PERFORMANCES COMMENCE AT 8, COMMENCE AT 8. GO TO THE I TONY PASTOR'S OPERA HOUSE MATINEE to day 50 STAR ARTISTS TO-DAY. Everybody goes I Only Variety Show in New Ycrk. METROPOLITAN MUSKUM OF ART. Temporary building 128 West Fourteenth street. The 1)1 C??NOLa COLLECTIONS, from Cyprus, and the LOAN COLLECTIONS of WORKS OF ART are open to the public daily, Irom 10 A. M. until 6 P. M. Admission 80 cents. New and important additions have been made to the Irfian Collection*. / 1ARD. ? PRIVATE INSTRUCTION, PIANO. VIOLIN, V/ organ, guitar. Hinging, harmony, day and evening, 92 Clinton place (Eighth street); established 1864; circu lars mailed tree. J. JAY WATSON, Musical Director. D ON'T MISS IT OR YOU WILL BEaRET IT. GRAND MATINEE TO-DAY. TONY PASTOR'S OPERA HOUSE HI STAR VARIETY ARTISTS APPEARING TO-DAY AT 2)f. STAGE DANCING? LADIES INSTRUCTED FOR THE bullet, and for premiere dancers. ANGELA SEKTON, 26 Fourth avenue, opposite Cooper Institute. KL'HIMIT?IK,K. AT BENDALL'S OLD STAND? FURNITURE, CAR pets aud Bedding cheap for cash or by weekly and monthly payment*. C. E. CANNON, 209 and 211 Hmlson street, corner Canal. A -FOR SALE ATA SACRIFICE, ALL THE El.E . cant Parlor, Bedroom and Dining Room Furniture, 37 Mair nud spring Mattresses. Call at 210 West Twenty firstst Dr. J G RA H A M. AT A GREAT SACRIFICE FOR CASH? PARLOR Suits. $7.">; rep Suits, $40: Bedroom Suits, $.18, Brus sels Carpet? 60c. yard, and 1100 lots for less than half ac tual cost, at private residence 21 East 20th si, near Broadway. A FAMILY LEAVING TnE CITY WII.L SELL. A . rosewood 7 octave Pianoforte, modern improve ments, for $125 ; Cover and Stool. 243 Bast 30th street, be tween A1 and :id avenues. A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY TO BUY MAGNI Fl ee nl Parlor Suits, cove red In satin, 14 pieces, cost $i,0oo, lor $2NJ. rep and plush Suits, $60; Bedroom Suit-', Carpets, Mirrors, Paintings, Extension Tables, Buffet. Chairs. Ac., less than half cost, at 120 West Twenty third street, near Sixth avenue. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP CARPETS. FCRNI turc und Bedding, tit lowest casn prices, bv weekly instalments, ut O'FARRELL'S warehouse, 410 Eighth avenue, lietween Thirtieth and Thirty-first streets. A FIRST CLASS ASSORTMENT HOUSEHOLD PUR niture lor sale.? Magnlflccnt Drawing Room Snfts, Marie Antoinette and Grand L>uclic*s styles, covered silk brocade, cost $800, for $2110; do., $150; do., $46; superb Chamber suits. Paintings, Mirrors, Carpets, vases. Statu ary. rosewood Pianoforte, Stool, Cover; sacrifice: prop erty family leaving city. 36 West l#th St., near Stb av. A MAGNIFICENT SATIN BROCATEL PARLOR SUIT, nearly new, cost $475, for $200; one do. 1175; brocatel und reps Suits, $75, $50 and $35; rosewood Chamber Suit, cost $475, tor $175; walnut Chamber Suits, $26, up to $150; Paintings, Pianoforte, Bronzes, Mirrors, Curtains, Carpets 50c. up; Buffet, Extension Tabic, hair original cost; family leaving city. 104 East Twenty-filth street, between f ourth and Lexiugton avenues. Cot this out. C1ARPKT8," ) Furniture, Beds, Bedding, Ac. Payments taken by the week or month. Terms easy. KELLY k CO., corner of Twenty-flfth street and Sixth avenne. CIaRI'ETS AND FURNITURE AT THE LOWEST CASH J prices; weekly or monthly payments taken. DEALY A CUNNINGHAM, 384 and 386 Third avenue, near Twenty-eighth street. A I FURNITURE WANTED-FOR 20 ROOMS; WILL PAY 1 weil for the uw of It for six months or a year. Ad dress FURNITURE WANTED, Herald Uptown Branch office. r/IOR BALE WHEAP? ON ACCOCNT OP GOING TO T Burope, one Bedroom Set, in waxed walnut, and one Crib Cradle and Baby's Carriage; al! first class. Apply immediately at 247 West Twenty-third street ^REAT BARGAINS. GREAT BARGAINS. Loan office goods at half original cost. 722 Broadway, opposite New York Hotel. Parlor, Library and Chamber Furniture. Carpets, Rugs, OH Paintings, Engravings, standard Books, Bronzes and Clocks; a large lot of mis cellaneous Articles. Money loaned on all klnas of Merchandise. SPECIAL NOTICE. 3 Great Sale- of Handsome Household Furniture and Redding, the Stock of a largo manufacturer, to be sold le>s than cost for cash, in order to insure a sore tale this week. Handsome chamber Suits of black walnnt: Library, Parlor and Dining Room Furniture; Wardrobes. Bed steads, Bureaus, Waahatands. Tables, Chairs and Lounges. Bedding, Mattresses. Holsters, Pillows, Ac. Please cull and examine styles and prices, at 304 Third uveuuo, one door above Twenty-third street. DINGEE, HARNETT A C<>. WEEKLY AND MONTHLY PAYMENTS FOR Fl'RNT tnre, Carpets and Bedding, at B. M. COWPER TIIWAIT A CO '8, 155 and 157 Chatham street. An im niense stock and low prices. CLOTlllNi.. AT' bT MINTZ'S NEW STORE. 248 THIRD AVE Hl'B lietween Twentieth and Twenty Ilrst streets, ladies and gentlemen Will be astonished at the great prices I pay in cash for cast-off Clothing, Carpets, Jewelry ; $10 to $75 tor silk Dresses; (-pats, $3 to $90; Panto. $2 to$H A note by post punctually attended toby Mr. or Mr*. Mints, in and out ol city. T M. MARKS' WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT 101 Sixth uvenue, opposite Eighth street, ladies and gentlemen An receive the utmost value in cash for their cast-off Clothing, Carpets. Jewelry. Laces, Ac. Please call at or address the number as above. Ladles waited on bv Mr* Murks. H4IM try. und satisfy yourselves. ATS. MISH'S, 137 THIRD AVENUE? LADIF.S AND gentlemen can receive the highest price for Cast-off Clothing and Carpets by calling or addressing. Ladies attended toby M^s. Mtsfi. AT 297 THIRD AVENUE. NEAR TWENTY-THIRD street? M. LKON pays hignest prices for Ladies' and Gentlemen's Wearing Apparel, Carpets. Ac. Ladies are waited on by Mrs. Leon. AT J. ANHALT'S OLD ESTABLISHMENT, 178 Seventh avenue? Large orders received from the West for Cast-off Oothlnff, Carpets and Jewelrv , guaran tee to pay $10 to $80 tor Dresses, $7 to $25 for Costa. $3 to $.? fur Pants. Call on or address Mr and Mr?. AN'IIALT. AT EDWARD MILLER'S NEW ESTABLISHMENT. 68 Sixth avenue, near Waverley nlaee (fonnerty 160 Seventh nvennel? Cast-off Clothing, Carpets. Ac.. bought It Is not our Intention to deceive the public bv offering those high prices which 110 dealer ran pay, but the great demand we have for these articles enables ns to pay the utmost value by calling on or addressing us Ladies at tended to by Mrs. Miller. AT F. HARRIS', 71 SIXTH AVENUE, BETWKBN Washington And Waverley places. Ladio< ami gen Ueinen will be astonished at the prices given lor Cast-off Clothing, Carpets and Jewelry. Never before have such high prices been paid. as we are bound to All an order, and goods must be had. For Coats, ftom $3 to $20 : Pants, $2 to $10; Dresses, $5 to $70. Please call on or address us above Ladies attended hj Mrs Harris. AT THE WELL RENOWNED Lhta HLIKIIMENT, 246 Seventh avenue? I have just received orders to the amount of $75,000; I am therefore compelled to pay the following prices:? For silk Dresses, $6 to $80; Coats, $5 to $26, Pants, $1 to $11; the highest prices paid for Carpets. Please call on or address Mr. or Mrs. RodKNBERG, 246 Seventh avenue. N. B.? Seeond house above Twenty fourth street At the uptown establishment, ue sixth avenue, near Forty-sixth street? Wanted imme diately, a quantity of Cast-off clothing and Carpets lor the iiaaaha market ; will pay from $6 to $20 for Coats, $2 to $7 lor Pants, $6 to $66 for Dresses. Call on or addrcsa Mr. or Mr*. FLaTTO. QOI SI*TH AVENUE, NEAR FOURTH STREET ? Ot)l Wauled immediately, quantitv of Cast-off Cloth ing. 4?arpets, Ac. ; will pay from $3 to $2) for coats, $2 to $!) tor pauts, $5 to $76 for dresses. Call on or address Mr. or Mrs NATHAN. QQQ BROADWAY, ft BAR THIRTEENTH STREET UOt) H. ItKRZ pays the highest price lor ladies' and gentlemen's' Wearing AppareL t'arpets, Ac , lad^s will IN ?U?uU?d b U ?r? 5 LAST NIGI1TN OK MADELE1N MOREL AMVMMBIITS. TH AVENUE THEATRE. CURTAIN RISES AT 8 _) Carriage* "'ay be ordered for quarter to II. Mr. AUOUHTTN DALY Hole Lessee and Manager. LAST WEEK BUT TWO OK THE SEASON. EVERY NIGHT, at 8, the thrill ing German sensation. MADE LKIN MOREL Character* by ?II the famous Fifth Avenue company Miss Clara Morris, Kanny Davenport, Fanny Mo rant, Mrs. Gilbert, f-ara Jewett, Nellie Mortimer, Nina Vurian, Roberta Norwood; Mr. Charles Fisher. George Clarke, James I* wis, Louis .fume*. Henry Crup, W. J. iieutoyue, h- Fierce. LAST MATINEE BUT TWO OK MADELEIN MOREL SATURDAY, at half past 1. TO-NIGHT? Benefit ol Miss~KAMNY DAVENPORT. MONDAY, Jane IS, HeneAt of Mln KANNY MORANT. WEDNESDAY, June IH, Benefit of Mr. JAMES LKWIH. fjTH AVENUE THEATRE. Miss FANNY DAVENPORT takes pleasure in announcing that WEDNESDAY EVEN J NO, June 11, has been appointed for HER BENEFIT, on which occasion she will appeiir as MEROPE, the Actress, in MADKUilN MOREL. WOOD'S MUSEUM. FRANK MAYO. IMMENSE SUCCESS AND ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION OP MR. FRANK MAYO in DAVY CROCKETT. POSITIVELY LAST WEKK OK MR. KKANK MAYO. LAST The popular young artist, NIOIIT8 Mr. KRANK MAYO, AT & In Murdoch's new and BEAUTIFUL IDYL SATURDAY, ' ' Of the backwoods, called LAST* DAVY CROCKETT, MATINEE. DAVY CROCKETT, with aa excellent Cast. i MATINEE / Last week of the celebrated Actor, Performances J Mr. E. EDDY, AT 2 P M. I in the Nautical Drama of ( THE OCEAN OF LIKE. w ALLACKa EVERY NIGHT 1 EVERY NIOHTI THB GREAT SENSATIONAL PLAY BY DION BOUC1CAULT. Miss Katherlne Koeers, Mr. Allerton, Miss MORA; ElBe Germon, Mr. Bradley, Mr. Leviek, Miss or. Mary WellR, Mr. Wneelocll, Mr. Orifliths, Mr. Tl/E Fawcett (both by permission of Mr. Dalv>, GOLDEN Mr. Parsloe, Mr. Pope, Mr. Mills', Mr. A. Beck, FETTERS. Misses Bluiudcll, Bell, Bate and Bur roughs. SCENERY. EXCHANGE PLACE. A BOUDOIR. FIFTH AVENUE. A MUSICAL MATINEE ON MURRAY HILL. LEXINGTON AVENUE. YORKV1LLE. BROAD STREET (by Night). THE LAVA BEDS in EXCHANGE PLACE. THE TOMBS. THE BRIDGE OF SIGHS. Tilt SPECIAL SESSIONS. OLD ICE HOUSE UNDER A CONCERT SALOON. CORNER OK WALL AMD BROAD STREETS. TIIK "NEW IDE*." ''MORA" MATINEE. SATURDAY. JUNE 14. 61 RAND OI'ERA HOUSE. (BEGINS AT 8.1 T Sole Leasee and Manager Mr. AUGUSTIN DALY FAREWELL WEEK Of t Mr. CHARLES KECHTEB. LAST WEEK OK THE SEASON. RUV RLAS, with Mr. KECHTER A 8 RUY BLAS. ?or KIVE NIGHTS anil ONE MATINEE ONLY. SATURDAY, June 1?. at hull- pas! one o'clock, last matinee of Mr. Fechter and of the season. SATURDAY EVENING, "Julie 14, Last Appearance ol Mr. Fecbter and c.lose of the season. Theatre comique. No. 514 Broadway. Mr. JOSH HART Lessee and Proprietor Messrs- POOLE A DONNELLY Malingers MONDAyTTuNE 9, 1873. ENGAGEMENT FOR ONE WKEK ONLY, SIX NIGHTS AND TWO MATINEES, AT A SALARY OF $1,800, The great Irish and Dutch Dialect Comedian, Mr. JOE MURPHY, Mr. JOE MURPHY, in Maeder'0 Great Protean Drama, entitled HELP. Mr MURPHY IN NINE CHARACTERS, SONGS, DANCES. MUSICAL SOLOS, AC., ill which he is mlmitted to be WITHOUT ANY LIVINU RIVAL JOE MURPHY FOR (INK WEEK ONLY. MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. CQK ? ATHENE UM THEATRE. uOu. Broadway, opposite Metropolitan Hotel. Manager R. W. BUTLER. GRAND INAUGURAL OF THE SUMMER SEASON. The brilliant Burlesque Company, consisting of the cli arming WORRELL SISTERS, SOPHIE and IRENE; Min Jennie Kemblc, Miss Minnie Jackson. Miss Helen? Smith, Mien Ida Ross, S. Holdsworth, Georgo Atkins, Oeorge H. Coes, Ac., will appear in a New and Original Burlesque, written by Mr. V. MONTAGUE, entitled, APOLLO AND JUNO IN NEW YORK. The (treat ZANKRBTTA TROUPE of Puntomimlsta, eight in number. L'flj ~ CHAS. and CARRIE AUSTIN IN THEIR LIGHTNING DRILL. THE ROADSIDE INN. Landlord, Add Ryninn ; Amos Cartor, Luke Schoolcraft; Bridget McCool, J. Lang; Lady Macbeth, Miss Jackson. < See bills, poors open at 7 ; curtain rises at 8 o'clock. Box office open daily. Seats secured In advance. MATINEE ON WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. mONY PASTOR'S OPERA HOUSE, 201 BOWERY THE GREAT DICK RALPH. MISS IONA LANG. 1 GRAND MATINEE TO-DAY, AT 2\ O'CLOCK. HARRY SHELDON, the tamed jagglcr. ROBERT BUTLEk'S Pantomime Troupe BILLY PASTOR'S COMIC SONGS. MISS VICTORIA REYNOLDS. JOANNA GRANGER. R. HOULYWOOD AND ALL THE POPULAR STARS, In an Immense Matinee programme. American institute hall. Third avenue and Sixty-third street. EVERY EVENING, EVERY EVENING, EBEN'S POPULAR SUMMER NIGHTS CONCERTS. PROGRAMME FOR THIS TUE8DAY, JUNE 10. 1. March, "Rienzi" Wagner 2. Overture, "Hoi d'Yvctot" Adam 3. Lied. "Sleep Well, Sweet Angel" Abt A Finale, second act "Traviata ' Verdi 6. Overture, "William Tell" Rossini 6. Waltz, "Artists' Life" Strauss 7. Romance and Shadow Dance, ,,DInorah".. Meyerbeer 8. Fantasie, "National Airs" KOQpitz 9. Overture, "Sorrow and Joy" Conradl 10. Polka, "Conscript" Parlow 11. Serenade, for liorn and flute Tit'l 12. Galop. "Jockey" Neumann GRAND ORCHESTA OF FIFTY PERFORM E RS. Mr. FELIX J. EBEN Conductor ADMISSION TWIiNTY-PIVE cents. The stage.? pupils prepared for the stage and engagements procured by an experienced actor. Apply at the DOBSON BROTHERS' Academy, 141 Fourth avenue. PIANOPOItTES, ORGANS. ?fcC. A SEVEN OCTAVE ROSEWOOD PIANOFORTE $I0ft We are retailing the best finished and richest toned Pianofortes manurnctured ut $225 cash. CO-OPKRAl'IVE PIANO MAKERS, No. 9 Great Jones street, near Broadway. AN ELEGANT 7 OCTAVE PIANOFORTE, FOUR round corners, carved legs, patent agraffe, Haines Bros-, makers, hut little used; will' be sold cheap; Stool and Cover; also other Furniture. ?4 King street. A PIANO *28; MADE BY ER1IARD, IN PARIS. A3 First street, second floor, at H. KNOOP'S. Please call from 6 to 12 A. M. A&ACRTFICB FOR CASH-ONE FOUR ROUND rosewood Pianoforte, makers guarantee S years; one grand square, cost JS23, for $226. Call at private residence 210 West 21st it A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY TO BUY MAGNIFI cent rosewood 7l? octave, four round corners, carved Pianoforte? used S months; cost $1,000, for $;???, stool, cover, Ac. Private residence U0 West Twenty-third street A MAGNIFICENT SQUARE GRAND 7^-OCTAVE Pianoforte, brilliant tone, nearly new, cost $900,' for $3110; Stool, Cover. Cabinet, cost $100; bas box for ship ping; Parlor Suits, Mirrors, Curtains, Carpets, Paintings, Bronzes, Chamber Suits. Buffet, Extension Table, Silver Wart . a sacrifice. 104 East Twenty-fifth street, between Fourth and Lexington avenitee. Cat thlsout A MAGNIFICENT ROSEWOOD PIANOFORTE FOR sale? Parlor grand, round corners, made order, city maker, fully guaraeteed. used 5 months, cost $900. tor $275 ; Parlor Suits. Etageres, Paintings, Chamber, Dining Furniture . sacrifice ; property family leaving city. :? West lfith'st, near Sth av. Bargain for cash-$225; cost $m-, rosewood ? 'bickering upright Pianoforte, carved case ; modern style and improvementsi-rtill iron (tame ; perfect order; sweet, powerful tone 28 Third street, near Bowery. Best t\ octave pianos? rosewood pianos, carved legs, overstrung, patent agraffe, warranted; manufacturer's price $240; instalment^ tal^n^j: muuth ' 107 West Twenty-third street, corner Sixtli avenue. /WHICKERING GRAND PI ANOFORTK? TH RE E V.' (fringed agraffe bridge : carved less ; every improve ment, little used ; will lie sold for leas tnan halt cost. J BTDDLE, 13 Waverley Place, near Broadway. (1HURCH ORGAN FOR SALE-ERBKN'S Bl'lLD. J two manuals and pedals, 2fi registers, fine ease t can be tried at HILBORNE L ROOSEVELT'S organ factory, 40 West Eighteenth street Organists especially invited. Full description on application. FIKST class 7't OCTAVE PIANOS RETAILED IT wholesale prices; direct from factory, send (or cir cular. CHRISTIE, 78 Barrow street, near Hudson. First class seven octave pianos to let, ps per month: rent allowed if purchased. Pianoforte Warerooras, 712 Eighth avenue, between Forty-tourtli andlForty-flflb streets. Open day and evening. O. P. BENJAMIN. / 1 ill". AT INDUCEMENTS IN SECONDHAND PIANOS, V.T of our own and various other makers, lor cash or on easy tuouthly paymenti-. Superior Upright Pianos to ftent ARION PIANOFORTE COMPANY, No. 6 East Fourteenth street. PIANOS (BEAUTIFUL WEBER INCLUDED), CHEAP as the chcapetd, good as the best, for rent or salo, rent allowed purchaser, at MERRELL'S, No. 8 Union Mjuare, MA Fourth avenue. PIANOS, SECOND HAND, OF VARIOUS MAKERS, in therough order, for sale, at low prices; also Pianos to rent and on instalments, by CHH BERING * SONS, II Fast Fourteenth street, between Broadway and Fltth avenue. PIANOS? SECOND HAND, OP VARIOUS MAKERS, hi thorough order, for sale atlow prices; al*>> Pianos to rent and on Instalments, by CHICKBR1NG .* SONS, II East Fourteenth street, between Broadway und Fifth avenue. Removal. ? s x. ball a co. have bbmoved to No. ia East Fourteenth struct? The finest variety of Pianos sml Organs in tin city. ("bickering's, ste.nway's at*) vtbeujow lor ?*?!?. ou lor re?t. AMtKEHlUnn. QOOTH'8 THEATRE. NBTLflOU. " """"flfffasii ?wvMflKr "? ?? last weee AND FAREW*. Lfc PERFORMANCES OF MISS NEILSON. AND LAST WEEK OP MR EDWIN BOOTH'S MANAGEMENT. Mr. BOOTH respecttuny announce* the present VMk as tlie LAST SIX NIGHTS of the engagement of MISb IfEILSON, prior to hiT departure for Europe. MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, liAST FOUR NIGHTS OF AMY ROBS ART. On FRIDAY ana SATURDAY EVENINGS, mid SATURDAY AFTERNOON, at 1 :30, MISS NEILMIN will, ill compliance with many request', appear as ROSALIND, in Sbakspearcs exquisite Comedy or AS YOU LIKE IT. LAST N K 1 1. SDN MATIN RE on SATURDAY NEXT, AT 1J0. Scats may tie secured tor the*! closing night* of Miss NEILSON at the theatre, or at Ditsou A Co.'s Music store, 711 Broadway. OWERT THEATRE. WM. B. FKEL1GH HailUI! TUESDAY EVEN 1NO, June la IHTl Second, ?CI"e 01 ?' Second night of tliu romantic sensational drama, entitled SUN AND SHADOW, preceded by the beautiful coined letta, called PERFECTION. FRIDAY EVENING. benefit of JAMES J. BART LETT. In active preparation a hew drama of great Interest, by J. W. MEATIi, entitled U ANNA. FRIDAY, June 20, annual l>ouetit of JOHN J. JON ES, Treasurer. B UNION SQUARE THEATRE. Proprietor Mr. 8T1ERTDAN SHOOK Manager Mr. A. M. PALMER Basins at & Saturday Matinee at 1 LAST NIuilTH LAST WKEK LAST NIGHTS LAST NIGHTS OF THE SEASON. LAST NIGHTS LAST NIGHT'S LAST NIGHTS LAST NIGHTS LAST WEEK OF LaST NIGHTS LAST NIGHTS Mii* AGNES ETHEL LAST NIGHTS LAST NIGHTS and of LAST NIGHTS LAST NIGHTS FERNANDE. LAST NIGHTS I.AST NIGHTS LAST NIGUTS LAST NIGHTS FRIDAY EVENINO, LAST NIGHTS LAST NIGHTS Jnne-13, LAST NIGHTS LAST NIOI1TS benefit of LAST NIGHTS LAST NIGHTS MissJENNIB LEE, LAB* NIGHTS LAST NIGHTS on which occasion LAST NIGHTS LAST NIGHTS will be produced, LAST NIGHTS LAST NIGHTS for the first time LAST NIGHTS LAST NIGHTS at this theatre, LAST NIGHTS LAST NIGHTS KoberUon'sDlay of LAST NIGHTS last Nights caste (by pertnts- last nights last nights sion of vfr. Lester Last nights LAST NIGHTS Wnliack), with J. LAST NIGHTS OF H STODDART. . OF FhRNANDE. who has kindlv vol- ETHEL, FERNANDE. unteered. in tho KTHKl* FERNANDE. iiurt of ECCLES. ETlWiL. FERNANDE. ETHEL. FERNANDE, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, ETHEL. FERNANDE. June 14, ETHEL. FKRNANDE. Last Mi.tinee of FERNANDE. ETHEL. FKRNANDK. SATURDAY EVENING, ETHEL. FERNANDE. June 14, ETHEL. FERNANDE. Benefit of Mr. Edward Lamb, ETHEL. FERNANDK. on which occasion will be ETHEL. FKRNANDE. produced? ilrst time here? ETHEL. FERNANDE. EVERYBODY'S Kit LEND ETHEL. FERNANDK. and TOODLE8. ETHEL. FERNANDE. ET11KL. FERNANDE. Monday evening, Jnne 16, ETHEL. FERNANDK. LAST NIGHT OF THE SEASON, ETHEL. FERNANDE. andBcnefltof ETHEL. FERNANDE. Mr. E. 11. Gouge. Treasurer, ETHEu, FERNANDE. on wblch occasion ETHEL. FERNANDE. Mi*-; AGNES ETHEL will ETHEL. FERNANDE. make her last appearance ETHEL. FERNANDE. this ttetuon in the great F.TIHSL. FERNANDK. Parisian comedy, E'i'UEl*. FERNANDE. FERNANDE. ETHEL. FERNANDE. ETHEL. FKRNANDE. Wednesday eren'g, Jnne 18, BTHEU FERNANDK. commencement of the KTHE1* FERNANDE. Summer Season ETHEL. FERNANDE. and ETHEU FERNANDE. engagement, for a short ETHEL, period, of the charming actress, Miss CHARLOTTE THOMPSON, who will appear in lier wonderful impersonation, JANE EYRli. Seats for these performances may now be secured. Academy of mu^ic. THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1873. GRAND CHARITY MATINEE. under the duroction of Mr. AUGUSTIN DALY, in aid of tho FOUNDLING ASYLUM of NEW YORK, under the care of tho SISTERS OF CHARITY. PROGRAMME. At 12V? o'clock? Overture by Orohestra of Fifth Ayenno Theatre, under Mr. H. DODWORTU. At 12??? Third act of MADKI.EIN MOREL, with Miss CLARA MORRIS, KANNY- DAVENPORT, FANNY MORANT, SARA JEWETT. Mr. GEORGE CLARKE. JAMES LEWIS, CHARLES FISHER, LOUIS JAMES, HENRY CRISP. At 1% o'clock? Selections by Orchestra of Grand Opera House, under Mr. A. PRuDIGAM. At !>* o'clock-Mr. CHARLES FECHTER in the second act of HAMLET, with Mrs. E. L. DAVENPORT, CHARLES WHEATLEIGH, O. H. GRIFFITHS. At 2 V o'clock? The Orchestra of W attack's Theatre, un der Mr. THOMAS BAKER. At 2t* o'clock? Miss NEILSON in the fourth act of AS YOU LIKE IT, with Mr. D. II. HARK INS, Miss MARY CARY, Mr. O. F. DE VERE, Miss NINA VAR1AN. At 3 o'clock-The NINTn REGIMENT BAND, in Military Selections, under Major DOWNING. At 3*? o'clock? Mr. K. A. SOTHERN In his famous spe cialty, "A REGULAR FIX." with Miss EDITH CHALLIS, Mr. W. DAVIDGE, Miss NELLIE MORTI MER. At 3>4 o'clock? The Orchestra of 'the UNION SQUARE THEATRE, under Mr. H. TI8SINGTON. At 4Ji o'clock? Miss AGNES ETHEL, in the fourth act ot "AGNES." with Mr. D. H. HARKINS. Mr. GEORGE PARKES, Mr. E. LAMB, Miss JOSE PHINE LAURENS. At 4K o'clock? Mr. G. L. FOX in scenes flrom his famous specialty of HUMPTY DUMPTY, with his entire pantomime trounc. At 5>4 o'clock ? BRYANT'S MINSTRELS, led by Mr. DAM BRYANT, will brill"? this UNPARALLELED ENTEK TA1NMENT to a BRILLIANT CL08E. EVERY INDIVIDUAL ARTIST In the above NOTABLE PROGRAMME has In the kind est and most liberal manner volunteered. The manager* of Wallace's Theatre, Union Square Theatre, Olympic Theatre, Grand Opera House and Filth Avenue Theatre have all lent their best aid. TICKETS may he had at tho Fifth Avenue Theatre and Grand opera House every day till Thursday, from 8 A. M. to 6 i*. M. PRICES ? Admission $1; Reserved seats S2 extra ; a few boxes at $15 and $20. AN AUCTION of tho choice boxes will takenlace from the stage of th* Fifth Avenue Theatre THIS (TUESDAY) MORNING at TERRACE GARDEN THEATRE, fifty- eighth street, between Lexington and Third ava? SUMMER SEASON OF OPERETTO AND LIGHT COMEDY. FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 13, AT 8 O'CLOCK. Mme. LOUISE LICIITMAY as VILMA in LEICHTE CAVALLERIB. To begin with" DER PFLEGMAT1KOR. On SUNDAY, June IS, GRAND SACRED CONCERT. Admission Mo. Reserved seats 26c. extra. Boxes $1 00 extra. Packages (12 tickets) $4. BRYANT'S OPERA HOUSE, TWENTY-THIRD STREET, between Sixth and Seventh avenues, near Booth'* Theatre. BRYANTS MINSTRELS. BRYANT'S MINSTRELS. BRYANT'S MINSTRELS. BRYANT'S MINSTRKLS. BRYANT'S MINSTRELS. BRYANT'S MINSTRELS. BRYANT'S MINSTRELS. BRYANT'S MINSTRKLS. BRYANT'S MINSTRELS, THE MODOCR THE LIVE INGIM. POMPEY*S BLUNDERS. LUCCA. PEIMA DONNA Daniel in the Bryant's Deo. Clodoche. THE MODOC8. Tho strolling Players. 100th night, II A ML Is T. . _ THE MODOCS MATINEE SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1873, BENEFIT OF HABRY STANWOOD and JOHN SIVORJ. IMMENSE ATTRACTIONS rpilE VERY SELECT AND DELIGHTFUL SOIREK 1 of Mme. Che valller will take place on Wednesday, llth of June, at De Garrao's HaU, Fifth avenue, south west corner of Fourteenth street There will be younff talent and a rare musical entertainment. "AR(*AN AT HOME"? A GEM FOR TUB ORGAN (? U Just published, this new collection of over200of the very best and most popular pieces, well arranged for the organ, price $2 30. our previous publication, -'Gems of Strauss," has sold over 17,000 copies, and the publisher* believe their new Organ Book has as great elements of success. D1TSON A CO., Publishers, 7U Broadway. NEW YORK MUSEUM OF ANAjTOMY. 818 BROAD way, between Houston and Bleecker street*? Every one should visit the wonderful Museum ; It is toll of every thing people should see and understand. Leotares daily on "The Philosophy of Marriage." Those parties unable to attend these important lectures can have them for warded, post-iroe, on receipt of 28 cents, by addressing SECRETARY NEW YORK MUSEUM OF ANATOMY, (2 Broadway, New Yorjt. Balloon ascenbion-on Saturday, june 14. 1873. at Jones' Wood Park, the gigantic mail post balloon Washington, from the siege of Paris, will ascend, directed by M. G. BARBIER, protestor at the Aerostatic School of the aeronaut sailors in Paris. Admission, 25c. Reserved Seats, 75c. I FENCING AND BOXING? 18 CLINTON * PLACE, ' near Broadway.? Boxing taught in 24 lessons-, a fine assortment of Fencing Apparatus and Boxing Gloves on baud and for sale. COL. MONBTERT. CI RAND I TONY PASTOR'S OPERA HOUSE. T MATINEE TnK NEW VARIETY TROUPE. TO-DAY. | 50 Star Artists to-day at ife 4:1 nn -by rfading "aimez-tous lb mc ?Jli'U. siijuo'' you may save hundreds of dollars, e? peclallv if about to stii.lv music. Gtven away at Watv SON'S Music Rooms, '.12 Clinton place. TtTETROPOLITAN _ THEATRICAL AND snow "printing ESTABLISHMENT, HERALD BUILDING* BROADWAY aND~ANN STREET. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF THEATRICAL MINSTREL AND VarTetY CUTS CONSTANTLY ON UAND. MURICAL. AUBNTLEMAN WISHES to TAKE LE880NH OH the PUno three time* a week, in the afternoon, at teacher's rooms. Address, with terms, do., F. ?., Herald ofTlce. A BASS SINGER WISHES A PLACE-TO SING IB some Protestant church, at a small salary, er woold ting as a substitute during the Summer months. Address BASSO, No. H Perry street /1ARD.-MISS WATSON GIVES PRTVATE MUSIO \J Lessons at 92 Clinton place (Eighth street! day and evening Piano, Organ, Guitar, Zither, Singing. I??tr? menu, furnished for practice. Circulars mailed. rpENOIt.-A FIRST CLASS TENOR OPEN FOR AB J engagement In a Protestant church.; salary no ob ject. Address iiiNOR, box 141 Bsraw Uptown office.