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Wallaces. ~ ~ ~ 1
J-reprh tor upd VMMfw.Kr. L18TBB WALLACE
Poors open at 7 JO: evmuieoees at 8 o'clock.
of
THK V PTE HAN.
mk. lei-tee Wallace
will apiear in M? original character of
LEON uELMAK.
Mr JOHN UILBEKT, Mr JOUN BKOPGIIAM, Mr. P.
AhNOIT, Mr. J. B. FOLK, Mr. J. W. CARUOLL, Mr. E.
M HOLLAND, Mr. O. P. BROWNE, MK- JEFFREY#
LEWIS. Mia* EFFIE GEiiMON, MaJauie PONlSi and
Ml. v. DORA GOLD fll WAIT. .
T. W. Kobei tsciu'i exquisite !y beautiful Comedy,
Si IIOOL,
?fur roost oarelul and elaborate preparation will be
produced ou
THITHSDAY NiaiJT, APRIL 30.
Mr. LESTER WALLACK ns Jack Poynu
(His original cbaruote ?? 1 i
Mr JOHN GILBERT. Miw I FFIK GEUM'JN,
In their original characters.
Mr. JOlfN BROL'UUAM
In a new (art.
Mr. EDWARD ARNOTf. Mr. 1URKY BECKETT, Miu
JEFFREYS LEWI - and Mrs. JOHN SEFTOJf
in prominent rule*.
BOX BOOK OPEN TWO WEEKS IN ADVANCE.
Carriages may be ordered at tl) *6. _
/COLOSSEUM. ? , COLOSSEl'M.
V Broadway and Thirtr-flfth street.
Opcu tro:a 1 to -1 aud i to !0 P. M.
t OOO S .v DDDD 000 N N
Z O O NX N I> DO o NN N
t, O O N N . D DO 0 N N N
L O O N N * D DO O N N N
X O O N N V D DO 0 N N N
O 0 N N V D DO ON N N
O O S N V D DO O N N N
O OS N X I) DO o S NN
LLLLL OOO it N DDDD OOO S S
?
?
lias prored tlis GREATEST TEICMPH OF ART ever ex
lulu led T'boee who liti\e vi^it.x 1 the CA flT.vL Ot
ENGLAND are delighted. and ttv - ? who i.urposo
A TKANHATL ANTIC rOI U
can taste In auUcioniion the asur-s ? i travel. |
PROFESSOR TO BIN'S SCIEHTIHC LhC I I' RES
?re able, enteriaininu. In-lnn-itvf an4 wj Illustrated, ]
an I ;he attraction* in the LotlORIPM an I POLY- ,
TECHNIC PROMENADE are worth more than (he
price ol admission. ... ?.
Two performances (tolly. Adu>U?ion >1. Wo extras.
I> A KK THEATRE.
Broadway snd Twenty-second street
EYEHV EVEN/NO and SATVUDAY MAilNEB.
CHARLhS FECHTER
in
LOVE'S PENANCE.
Carriages may be ordered nt lllulO.
rTH A'. ENl'E THEATRE. iSTll ST. AND BROADWAY.
0 Begins at Sk OvtratiO.4).
Mr. Arorsn.N DALV Sole Lessee and Manager
KYBRV MIGHT
the
great
Pl*y
MONSIEUR ALPIIONSF. i t
Enthusiasm,
unprecedented : I
Laughter
a ltd
Tears
lu
alternate
pari'vvsiiift ! I
THEATitR
CROWDED
TO THE
DOORS ! !
Mr. CiiAP.LKS FISHER ai- ...C.'.f'T, MOXTAOLIX.
Mr. OEORGE CLARKE a< M'LNs. OCIAVE.
Mr. JAMK-* LEWIS us JOYIN.
Mr. FRANK HARDEN BEIt0..ac ft E M V.
BUOC HERON. .a.- .ADRlENNii.
MUs ADA DYAS as HAY MONDE.
Mrs. U. H. OILBERT as.... MANoU.
Mis.; NINA VARIAN a? BON KITE.
Mite FANNY DAVENPORT. . . .iv Mine. OCK'HAED.
"alphonse" matinee,
SATURDAY, AT 1:3.1.
JANACSCHEK AND NEIL^ON AT POLK BENEFIT
Lyceum TUaatft', Thursday Matinee.
IYCECM THEATE;:, POORTEESTH STREET, AND
j sixth avenue.
CUAS. CHAMBERLAIN, Jr Lessee and yanajer
SECOND WEEK
ol the successful Ustoi'ical Flay.
LA MARJOLAIKK.
Mr. F. V. MACK AY us Robf-Jpierra
Miss FANNY POSTER a* La Sla. olaine
' A i ure play well actcL"
"A heart picture in tlio dranm."
MATINKE SATl It DAY" AT 1W P. M.
MONDAY May 4-MI*i JANE COoMBs as Lair Teszie
In the "School tor scandal."
LYOETM THEATRP.
CIIAS. CHAMDEKI.AIN'. Jr Lossop and Manaarcr
THl'RBDAY AKTEENOO.f, APRIL TJ.
JANACSCiIEK, NEIIjSON,
KEIL?ON, JANAI SCUEK,
THE GREATEST LIVrNG TRAGEDIENNE;^
tor the
COMPLIMENT AKY BENEFIT OP
MR. J. B. POLK,
ot Wallack's 'Jheatre.
ICI UN PARLE I ItANCAIS.
Mejsrs. BECKETT, POLK. CARROLL, Mi-ses BELI.,
ROWE, BARTLKTT snd Mrs. sEPTON.
K.i icon y Scene of
RDMKO AND JCLIET.
Juiiet Miss NEILBOX
Borneo Mr. ?
Great rur?e a 'A ii.iurth) ol'
DEBORAH.
Deborah JANAUSCUEK
MI I.N KM LEVICK, JOHN JACK ami others.
Conceding wltti
CAMILLE; or, rUr. < KAi U ED HEART.
CatnUlc. wit'i ii eouah a crackcd heart. an.l
,-ouis o< ?'Aitusna, Dear'' and ' oh. Shat
tered l.ung ' Vr. sTl'ART EOB^ON"
Mc -;r-. M"u;;om?rr, Carroll, Hoilnndand Mrs. Weaver.
-EATS now ready.
}YI El'M THEATRE.
J I Hf
H l(M>AY MATINEE, April 30, at lk o'clock
J AN U M'flKK, DF.fcOP.AH.
NEURON, Jl'LTKr.
JAN.* i CUEX, DEBORAH,
XKll-HU.N. Jl'LI ST.
JANUSC1IEK, COM PL 'MK NT ARY DEHOItAH.
Ngfl.*<?N to J I MKT.
IAN.41 < .U.K. Mr. J. H. POLK, DEBORAH.
M-. I r. of Jl'LJET.
J I N U >( ilKK. Waliack's. DKBoRaH.
XI If i.\", Jl'LlET.
.)? ? vf SCHE*. DEBORAH.
M ,1, UN, J I MKT.
JAN kl'.-. iiEK, DEBORAH,
^eafs n w r:%n ly.
Lv
M!
U TH^AIRR. Por.x IlKNKFfT.
M A n % !? Til I'lt.- DAY. APRIL SOL
- :? IV l> r -en is I ut
HO' 3 SHJ.-IC .*TORK, psmt SQI'ARF.
>i. rAN TUf- vt:{?.
r-? and BROADWAY,
i. if w. BriLEB
.! ? I-KA!) . I UK r<? ; AMUSEMENT 8REKESB.
VT tJASnr.-IMMKKSK COMPANY,
i: :. 1- f. .'Ri.t'PR Or' SEW YORK.
If i;. v.: ? " !i< lii'.i f r o (Tiffed ihii w- . k.
?-U'"v '? ni >?; Tai i forma MiXRT'uiw?. |
FOX. r'HTII. W&BT AND CALIFORNIA QUARTET.
; ,ini !! . - !!??? TriiA Farce. c nutted
IK; - li HO.MP.S,
I. -- H ? att H \ M RrCICEY
>? ? ? ' Mnr.ar Harney
}':?'? 1 .',ii Mi-.- w-n.i' Ha Montague
v.",.. Jennie Ilughe*
MitUern (iSANIORD AND WILSOM.T
V'i'.a,' M>VKI.V ?? ? <???? "tc^ifiUv art'ita.
t- 1: v.VK c v Mow*.
Mi*'*' JENNIE ?' ? c :.i r?.l t!(;r .-erio CjffilC
Vocii - f -ven ? ? 'Sttlr.fr.
AMY KOril.f'TS. sVn-.uiiin -rug'.
N 1> ??<.> ?: RET i K V i'Rdl I' D' MlV.O.
II !...? iiiiiifi'.-. company tviil ai ;^ar tan grand OUo
n''. I. Tti' V.N rTT'AMtiA' MATINEE J two
CMMi' n hrlf pri. o. AC.emorn. doors open a; ONE.
U -i-ii x. dooi'i opc-ti ?t 7. Hoc iii o yeur acaU in aavan. e.
Ti f 1. ATSE? LO Y E'jl r EN A NC E.
pAUK
llrooWH mi; -kC\i. wood's.
Y> V ' , \'<;-l>AV an I TilCi'. O ? V, April ?9 an.i Jl.
VPTKItN'oON, AT 3. I RYENIN'O, AT 8.
Ls.-i. iivi.j ?r tne ceic- By tpecial rpqueit,
hrafeil trat.!<licnn?, I anil f.>r
m?phii; yu.f->, two Nicurs onlit,
in tU- ttiriitlcv Kiuotioncl the Ocm'iftlc Draitta,
DrainSof ONirLS TOM'S
EAS1 I.YNnE. I ('AKIN.
Frdav itt. r>toi n nriil r veninar. Hay I, Boneflt of Sn
Veriuteulent ^>'M. A. LILLI LNOAlIL.
SF ATM SUOVI.D BOW BK SECURED POR POLK'S
bent (it. Lyccntu Tkoatre, I'huraday Maiince.
J^r L. i\ PARK iilEATHi:, BROOKLY*.
Managar Mr. A. B. SAMCELLS
ft K i)t? E HD A Y. ? prii '-'A
LYDIA TlfcMI'-ON in
MBPI1IHTO.
OVE'S PENANCE? i GREAT HCCCISJl
L
MR*, r. B. CONWAY'.'- B lOOKi.YV THATRK.
riK- emit! nt Acior. Mr. C W. <'<?! I. in CK,
in nil original spatially oi l.t kk I'lELi-INO, in' Bouci
mult'i lira iii.i.
THE WILI.oW < il'-K.
JOHN JACK, POLK'S BENEFIT, TBIK^DAY yZ
?<????* , I ycruin Tlicatri-.
j^CADEMY OK Ml' Hit!.
EXTRAORDINARY Afi NOPN'CRMKNT.
RE.VPPF.AR ANt-E ~F TilE FAMOUS
PRK-TiDIOITaTEI'R,
PKOKKHsOR HE KM AN *.
eonsencliiK M'ixda?' EVr.NiXt!, May 11.
Thr ia'.? or<*aia an<t will commence i<a?uriay
mornlu<. May 2, at the .Uail-my or U i*iu anil a' Scii-.r
uiar'it iuui?!c roro, 701 Broa<l\ray.
Academy i*r mi'sio-xtrakosch opera com.
p?ny.? Tlie l?C/<t -ie:it< fnr t rvor'* hune.1t can !i ?.l
at the tbt atre ticket office*, I uiu ateauu, (Jiksy au i
Win?l? '?_ lioiajk
rrHK CELRBRATRD OAltOMNA SI F.R.I WIM,
L olve a Oraud ? unuer: ai Plvm.nith church,
FlftT tlr*l ??Te??, wei-tof Mii.h a\uuue. to ntgtit Tickets
au cent*.
rrONY PABTORM op; flA IIOfHF.~I.AST WEI.K
L Allen, flartari'l Rymaiian'l lliclr V! 8t,,r?. Matin??
Friday, anrl on Tliurnday, (jrand inat fiec? jenrflt 0| J0uu
Hart. MO solantecra. M a aplemlld hill
PARK THBATR*? Cll ABLEH FKCH 1 UR? LOVE'S
PENANCE. _
?El R IRO I'OLIT AN '
THEATRICAL AND
Biiow'TiirsTiNti
ESTABLISHMENT, '
HERALD Bt'ILDINO,
BROADWAY AND ANN 8TRCBX
? LABOR, ASSORTMENT or
WBATBTOAfs MIMSTrTl ' AND WAMXii. f K ';Uf3
WXflAX t^T" 0? IUN0.
AMrumm.
K
IBLO'8 OAS DBS
ILmnm and !?
uuiert .JABBBTT M PALMBB
LasT uighu at the
UI'H U x Kit
80HLHMA.NN _
TBANS ATLANTIC NOVELTY COMBINATION.
ALL THE WONDERS OK THB OLD WOKUX
THURSDAY EVENING, April 5'?.
GRAND FABEWELL PERFORMANCE.
CLOSE or SEASON. END OF MANAGEMENT.
EXTRAORDINARY BILL
WEDNESDAY. at 2 o'clock,
LA8T MA11NKE FOB LAD1K4.
LAST MATINEE. LAteT MATINEE.
BOOTH'S THEATRE. _ Lmm, J. B. BOOTU
LAST WEEK
OF TUB ENGAGEMENT OF
MlsS NE1 Ij-OM,
who will appear on
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS,
FOR TtlE FIRST TIME IN TUIS CITY,
IN UER FAMOUS I ? TE RPRETA1 ION OF
J I LIA,
in Sheridan Knowlos' celebrated Play o f
'I I1E HUNCHBACK,
a characferiaation that Uai l>cen pronounced n Qtluw
companion picture to her world-reuowned peraouuuou
oi Juliet.
In cojuequeace of the great demand for seats to wltuess
MISS NELLSO.VS
GREAT RENDITION OF
JULIET,
U afford" the management pleasure to announce It for
?1HKEK MoftK REPRESENTATIONS,
ON TUESDAY, TUUReiDAY AND SATURDAY EY'GS,
SATURDAY EVENING. MAY 8, 1874,
MIsS NIULSO.VS BENEFIT AND FAREWELL PER.
FOKMAJiCB.
Saturday matinee at ijo,
AS YOU LIKE IT.
ROSALIND foi the last time Miss NEILSON
ON MONDAY EVENING, MAY !, 1874,
Tho vou
UK.
>u:ig American tragedian,
JOHN M'f ULLOUGH,
will make Ills first appearance at this theatre in Dr.
Montgomery Bird's classic tragedy in Ave acts, entitled
THE ULAI). ATOH.
SPARTACUS Mr. JOHN M'CULLOl'GH
Scats may be secured six days In advance at the bo*
office of theatre, or branch ticket office, at the music
store 01 C. 11. Di fou <t Co., 711 llroadway.
JOHN McCPLLOUGU,
JOHN MlOCLLOCGH,
the poouTar American actor, a#
6PARTA0C8,
8r a rt Acua>
in the
GLADIATOR.
GLADIATOR.
(Dr. Bird'* rek l rated DltTI
BOOTH'S THEATRE
BOOT!! S THEATRE
Commencing
MONDAY EVENING, MAY A
MONDAY EVENING, MAY 4.
PARK THEATRK? NOW OPEN -TWENTY SECOND
bTREET AN') BROADWAY.
^IRAND OPERA HOUSE. BYRON I
POPULAR I'RICES.
ADMISSION FIFTY CENTS.
Reserved .-eai?, SO cent's aad $1 extra.
FAMILY CIRC IE THIRTY CENTS.
during the wkeu ending mat 2,
(ini'Iiidiiu' a Matine* on Saturday),
will lie presented :or the first lime In New York, but
aitiir obtaining great siieoesi In other eit';e-, a new anil
absorbing KoaiNrii OF THE BACKWOODS, arranged
in five acts, nud with new ami picturesque scenery and a
power! Hi cast, including the renowned youug Ainericau
actor.
OLIVER DOUD BYRON.
in three prlucipal chnractc rs.
DONALD Melt AY.
THE HERO O*' THE MODOC WAR!'!
The drama is ri plrte wlili rensatlonal situations and
has grand military an 1 spectacular feature*.
For it* complete representation an
AI'XILiAKY FORCE OF OVER ONE HUNDRED
has been ergaecd, nfToniin,'
KEiLtsTK BATTLE SCENES,
and all the interesting And exciting incidents of Far
Western Life on tuo borders ci civilization.
rpilEATRE COMiylE,
Mr. JO->H ll.VRT
MATINEE To DAY.
The &roat Baric*] ue,
WAS Sll K LED
OR DID
SHE CiO ASTRAY?
Miss L1NA KDWIN
an I
Mr. BLAND IIOL'l
in the cast.
The great
C0uL hukoess
!u hU Comlealitiea.
The Comic Drama.
TUfc OHIO WOMEN;
or the
Drunkard's I'filli,
at
MATINEE
TO-i'At.
matinf.e Wednesday
?ARK THEATRE? CHARLES
I'KN.VNOi;.
.114 RROADW AT.
Sole Proprietor
MATINEE.
HARRIGAK
AS!) HART,
in there great act
Who Owns (he l ino f
Mr. ti Alt RIG AN
frtngg
MULDOON, THE
SOLID MAN.
Diamond and Ryan.
Mi;s KITTY O'NEIL,
M is? Mice Rennelt,
Miss Kate O'Connor.
MAV AND PORTER
ana the entire
company in a
NEW OLIO.
MATINEE.
MAIINEK.
MATINEE.
D SATURDAY.
FECUTEB? LOVE'S
JR. POLK AS VICTOR. IN Till? VEP.V FUNNY
. farce or "Ici on 1'arlc l raucais," Lyceum Theatre,
Thursday Matinee.
BBYANT'S MINSTRKL5. * XL L TP.0VAT0RE
West 33<! st. and Gtl av. Resins at s. Over at 10.
Box ofllce olH-'U Ir< ii! A. V. to ItJ P. M. Seats ."ecur^d.
CROWDED TWO HOI Ho' FUN. CROWDED
with i"?!iion*b!e ami delighted audience*.
BRILLIANT PKOG RAMME.
Unsworih and Ktuene'<
ILL TKi-VAIOKK.
Kjdins inn Piiiiiniii Car.
THE PET ELEPHANT.
CHALLENGE DANCE,
Jubilee Tin ua ii ion ion.
ILL TUOVATOBB.
BRYAN'I S .M i X S 1'rtKLH.
BRYANT'S MINSTRELS.
BRYANT'S MINSTRELS.
BRY I vrs MINSTRELS.
BRYANTS MINSTRELS.
BRYA NT'S MIXSiRI [??.
BRYA ST.- MINSTRELS.
BRYANTS MINSTREL-1,
(Well treated) by lia i Bryant, Cn.*v?'orth, Eugene,
Nelae Seymour, Bob Uart, Brocmy, Esuera>on, Uogau,
D?ve Bee. I. Ac.
M ATINHK EVERY SATURDAY AT J.
IJHJCLY T.'lE EVENT OF JS7*.
BRILLIANT OPENING OF
P. T. B.VRNCM'S P. T. RARNl'M'S i
GREAT ROMAN HIPPODROME!! ?
GREAT BO MAX UIPPODKOMEIl
THE LARGEST AUDIENCE EVER ASSEMBLED
IS AMERICA!!
IN AMERICA! I
UNBOUNDED EXTII ?' HARvTaND A PROGRAMME OF
INTENSE INTEREST,
TEN THOUSAND FASHIONABLE METROPOLITANS
WITNESS, IN ONE GRAND ENT f.RTAlX MEN f
TOE CLASSIC SPLENDORS OK ANCIENT GP.EECS
AND ROME?
THE BBILLIANT BPECT AC I' LAB PAGEANT OF TIIE
CONGRESS OF NATION.- ?
THE BEAUTIFUL AN!)- DARING CHARIOT RACES
WITH AMAZONIAN DRIVERS?
THE MABTEl.LOUH HURDLE-RACES AND aTEErLE
ClIASHtJ OK GREAT BRITAIN?
THE ELEPHANT, PONT, OSTRICH, AND CAMEL
RACES or CONTINENTAL EUROPE?
! THE GRAND LAS-OiN'fi KXHIRITIOB BY NATIVE
MEXICA N'a ?
THE CHAfsTB AND REI'INED OVMXASTTC AND
TUAPi-i/B Atns BY THE LEADING PROFES
SION A LS OF BOTH HEMISPHERES?
AND A MENAGERIE EXCEEDING ALL MR. BAR
Sri'-i PREVIOUS Eh FORTS, AND WHICH
rivals tn ex. ent and variety i-sia
I ITORLD-RENOWNBD ZOOLOGICAL
COLLECTION ?! OF LONDON
AND IIAMBUi.Gl
' Notwithstanding the Immense capacity of the build
- lug, it f-4'imu f>(t that nearly aa man? were r.oc.- -.otrilv
. turned array upon the opening night as gained adtnia
s:on. To avoid tliU crowd and excitement a* much as
pi.?:l>le. the toahageraeat earnestly reiiiicat la<iio a, chil
dren and all wno can d<>so to ntteiul tn>' AFTERNOON
EXHIBI HON :ii - oYlock, whi<-ti < ntcrtalMncnU aro
e iual in every rawed to (Bom ol the evening.
Prln lpal intra?ees ? Fourth avenue, comer Tiveaty
1 aix'li atrcet, and on Madison avenue.
Reserved :-<-at.? for 1 oth Orcheitra and Balconv raav he
procurtd tluree days la advance. Mo* f?ftioe open irom
StoL Reserved orchestra and balcony seat* accured
! al.o at M:llctt A Co. 'a music <tore, No. ij7 Broadway.
Orchestra Chairs, fl : Balcony Chair*, 75 centi ; la roily
Circle. 50 rvnta; Gallery. 25 centa.
Private Boxes acatlnx four, $6.
' irAldlllii fPATRii N I.W OBLEAXa
\ Lessee aud Manager JOtlX E. OWENS
SHARON 1*71-75.
Stars. Combination and lirst cln*s Stoc* aadren
JOHN K OWeSiB,
Towiantown, m i.
ARKV BECKETT AH THE FUNNY bPRIGfilNS
Pullc benefit, Thnrs-lay Matineo.
P\KK TB EATRE? NOW OPEN-TWEXTT SEt OND
STREET AND BROADWAY. __
i\'E'3 PENANCE-GREAT SUCCESS.
L'
! ? I OHENGBIN," by WELS, 75C. ; LETRACII, ?l;
i J J "Str,rL?? ("arnlval Laucerj," iiic. j R<rhard Ho(T
man'* liiclpipimnl," 7Sc. ; "Aida, ' Weil, 75c. ; "Avant
I i* linnee, ' Mutiel, 7fe. : ??Marguerite,'' ?al? Uottschalk,
; 7Jc ; Millard's new tutu, '"Whata'er Betide," 80c. Pub*
I llnlif.d by DITHOR k (JO., 711 Broadway.
Academy of m i.sic-^C'jnh max rea dings.
CHOICE RESERVED SEATS AT
I THEATRE TICKET OFFICER* BROADWAY.
' XT 81 L.- OX AND .TANA USfiABK AT POLK BENEFIT,
i' Lvuruin Theatre, Tliur^daj Muiine*-.
PEt'IAL.
auad/' mv of m rsir. rusn man.
MOB.XIN'O AND EVENING READINGS.
S*a'.s may l>e riA.-ned at
p 'NO'S MtMC STORE, S? UNION SQUARE.
\r AHOvaj, ACADEMY OF DEMON.? & ORTY NINTH
A' K'atid aunnal E<rnliiUon of Palnllnt(9 and Sculp
ture". Now open, da v and evening. Admission 25 ccnta.
Corner rweoiy t'lird sir. et and Fourth avenue.
s
I -
ARK Til I'ATRE? CHARLES EEC HTER? LOVE'S
HE NANCE.
P
IITANTEO? A STRICTLY HONORABLE GENTLB
?T man to aaalat a young lady, an orphan, whoao
brilliant >uece? tia.i l.een predicted by the most com
J>et<:ctJurln<-4. in nni?lilntf a theatrical education ; per
?ctanll'lac Uoh ^ivnii mm to m- rallty and ability i (rlnere
not noticed. Addreae B B. L , boa 1? Herald Uptown
Branch ofRoe. _____
SAliSK'S DANCtXO ACADKMIKS.
PRIVATE LEH^ons at miy ii ur, day or evenitij.
CIRCULAR1- at orlvate academy 'ill t ait E!c?etua ?L
i Theatre lovu *
ahvibhirti.
QLYMPIC TUBATSB
AND P-fMII.Y RESOBT.
WUKHBI.L SISTBR8.
"^RIGI? BIST$
MARTENS FAMILY.
LADIES
MATINEE
M ATlNBh
MATINEE
MATIN KB
MATIN KE
MATINBB
MATIN KB
MATIN KB
MATINEE
MATIN Kh
MATINBB
MATIN KK
MATINEE
MATINBK
MATINEE
MATINEE
MATINKK
M ATI NEB
MATINBK
MATINEE
MATINEE
MATINBB
MATIN KB
MATINEE
MATINEE
MATINEE
MATINEE
MATINKK
MATINBK
MATINBB
/^lERMANIA THEATRE.
IT AI?. NUENDuRFF Director
ENGAGEMENT OP THE CKLERATED TRAGEDIENNE,
_ FANNY JANAUSCHEB.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, K.MIMA GAIiLOTTL
FRIDAY, MAY I, EISE VOBNKHMK KHB.
Camillo- Fnnnv Janauschek
SATURDAY, MAY ?, DliBORAH (Leah the Forsaken).
Box ofllco open dally from a till 4 o'clock.
Seals can bo sccured one weak In advance
PARK THEATRE-LOVE'S PENANCE.
MATINEB TO-DAY AT S
LAST WEEK OP TUB
MAttTBNS.
LAST WEEK OP TIlB
RICLS.
Brilliant Mrccess ot
the sparkling morceau
Extravaganaa,
PRA D1AVOLO.
with the full
strength of the Company.
MATINEE~TO~DAY AT t
O'CW^UJ.
IRENE
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fOQ GEO. L. *OX?
I ZO BROADWAY TltEATRH
BROADWAY. BROADWAY.
Begins at 8. (Opposite New York Hotel). Kevins at 9.
Mr. S. A. BWALJt proprietor
Mr. GliO. U FOX Msuaecr
Acting Manager GEO. II. TYLER
Treasurer , \i l. SUTTON
UNBOUNDED SUCCESS!
NO CESSATION! HOUSES CKOWDEDI
HUMl'TY STILL IN ADVANCE!
E\ ERY EVENING, AT 8 O'CLOCK,
REGULAR MATINEES AT 2.
the Great GrimaUll, the favorite ot all parlies, Mr.
GEO. L. rox,
in his Great Comic Trick lantoraltne of
HVUi'TX Dl' MPT Y
C. K. FOX,
the
Inimitable Pantaloon.
LOUISE BOSHELL,
tho
Graceful Columbine,
and Wire Violante.
Prof. J. L. DAVIS,
with Ins lamed School
of Ei lues lei I Dog*.
C. W. P.AYEL,
the
Uncqnal'ed Harlequin.
Ll'CIA nnd the
ORRI.VS,
Marvellous Acrobats.
Fensauon* of the L?ay.
Prof. O'REAl'.DON,
the Music nl Wonder.
Tho Tutnbleroincon.
Tlie beautiful and charming Premiere Dh use uses.
Mile* AUGUSTA LA BELLA and Vk.Ni: HINT.
THE POI'ULAR SWISS BELL RINGERS,
GEORGIE DEAN SPAULDING, W. P. SPAULDING. Miss
Nellie Dani"K Miss Ettie Morgan, Mia? Agnes Stanley.
In addrtlou to lh:- abo^e will aj.poar a superb and care
fall v selected coins ot
BURLESQUE and PANTOMIME ARTISTS.
LADIES' and CHILDREN'S MATINEES TCE iDA Y
AT 3 P. M. Til U RSDAY AND SATURDAY. AT 2 P. M
ILNES LEVICK AS JOSEPH. POLK BENEFIT,
Lyceum Theatre. Thurday Matinee.
XTEW YORK KTADT THEATRE.
1\ AD. NUENDORW Director
WEDNESDAY, April 29,
MLLE. ANGOT (LA FILLS Dli MADAME ANGOT),
Operetto tn threo acta, by Lecoca.
Bos office onen from 9 till 1 o'clock.
PARK THIATRE? NOW OPEN? TWENTY-SECOND
bl'REKf AND BROADWAY.
T OVE'S PENANCE? GREAT SUCCESS.
M
Cl'SHMAN.
yCADEMY OF MUSIC
MI>S CHARLOTTE CUSIIMAN.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, April J9.
Selections from "Macbeth."
ilO.N Da* EVENING, May 4,
Selections fri>ru "Hi inen nud .fulieu"
WEDNESDAY MORNINO, May ?.
Selections from ''McreBaut of Venice.'1
PAITKDAY MORNING. May 9,
Selocttonf from "Much Ado About Nothing.''
NOTE.? The second part oi each Heading will consist
ot Miiccilnucou; Selections.
Morning Readmit* at 2. Evening Readings at 3.
Reserved scats, Si. Tickets for anv of the 'ingle R?ad
lnx* for Mile at t'arrillo's stationery store. 825 Broadway,
re:*.r Twelfth street, iroin 9 A. M. to 4 1\ M., daily.
ACADEMY.-NII.8-ON. M ION ON. I
Last night tint two <2> or the
8TRAK0BCH GRAM) ITALIAN OPBKA COMPANY, I
Tina (WEDNESDAY) April 23. at S o'clock, I'. 41. !
(LAST TIME.) MIGNON. NILsSON. ,
Mine. CHRISTINE NILSSON. . . .as Mlgnon
Mil-. OSTAVA TORKIANI hi Feiinn
ML'.i ANNA LOUISE CAKV a-" Federico
M. VICTOR CAPOUL a- GuirHetino
Signor NaNNKTTI as Lotarlo
HiRiior . COLARA a? I aerto
Ntguor COt.KTTl as Glnrao
GRAND ( IIOHUS AM) ORCHESTRA
Musi, .t 1 Dltvet.jr au.l Con fine tor Rig. F. MUZIO.
TOMORROW (THURSDAY! EVENING, APRIL 30.
a'. 8 o'clock.
GRAND FAREWELL NIOIIT OF
Mine. l'AULINh Ll'CCA.
i,ES U I'd UENOT8? LUCCA.
Mme. PAULINE LUCCA in VALENTINE.
Mile. ALICE MARICsr, Mlsi A. L. CARS', M.
VICTOR CAPOl'L, Mignor DEL PUEKTE,
NANNfc.Tl'1. SCOLAItA,
On FRI DA V EVENING, May 1, at 8,
(J RAND FAREWELL NIGHT OF
Mine. CHRIS IN E NILSSON.
LAST NIOIIT POSITIVELY OF TUB
STP. \K0SCH GRAND il'ALIAN OPERA COMPANY.
(LAST TIME.) FA I ST. NILSSON.
On SAi URDAY, Mav 2. at 1 20 P. M.,
GRAND I'ARHHELL GALA MA "INER.
LA FAVOR! TA? Mme. PAULINE LUCCA.
NEXT SUNDAY. M W \ at M I' M.,
GRAND SACRl-.l) FESTIV M. CONCiiHT.
STABAT MAI' lilt ? Mme. NILSSON. Mme. LUCCA.
BENEFIT of Mr. '. C. ! RYER,
On MONDAY, Mav 4. at 1: 0 P. M..
GRAND COMPLIMENTARY RI.NEFI'I MATINEE
to Mors. VICTOR CaPOUL (Farewell).
Tin-re I rimo Lonne .n this Matinee.
Mme. CHRISTINE I Mme. PAULINE I Mile. II.MV DX
NILSSOR. I LUCCA. | MUR.-K A.
Pe its for nil tl.o above now at Academv ; ulaoSchir '
mer a, 701 Bioadwav, and a I <o 114 llroid way.
CTl'AItr RORSON AS CaMILLK. WITH A COUGH, A
O Craeked lleart. and s-.ng? of "Arrnand, Dear," and
??on: shattered Lun;r." Polk' bem tit.
Academy ot m ';i''. scnda*. may 3.
THE GRAND SACRED FESTIVAL CONCERT,
Tend red to >'r. J. C. FKYEK for his benefit, by
Mine. CHKIS'l.NE { Fa r<> w<? 1 1 ! Mine. PAULINE
NILSSON, S *?">**?'. } LUCCA,
together with nil the artl-ts of the
ETKAEOsCl'l (IRANI) ITALIAN OPERA COMPANY,
In eonluitcttou with the
complete Chorus and powerful Orchestra,
(Sl'NOAY EVENING. May :i, |
SUNDAY EVENIXO.
vpvtJ -U.NDAY EVENING, May !?, I , 9 , .
SFAT SUNDAY EV i'.MNO. Mav 3, ? ? dock.
I SUNDAY EVIiMNU, M#'? 3.1
[.SUNDAY EVENING, Msy :<.J
Uiwiii this oecoalon R< ftiiii'a
S I AHA 1' M ATER
will foe presented ENTIRE, with eltorns 1 nd orche-dra.
Also a GRAN I) SACKED CONCERT.
Tlie following will l* Hie extraordinary array of
tn'"itt:?
Mme. filRIsTINE) who will ? Mine. PAULINE
Nil.ssoN, ! allia a (i I'O. '( LUCCA,
'iliiir flrat and only V int 11. ear. nee in concert.
Mile OS'f A V V lORRMNl
(her farewell aopenrurpp in New Vor%),
Mile. ALICE MAhKSl, Jill.'. FREDA DE UEBELE,
M. V. CAPOl'L, Mr. TOM KARL,
Sgnor DEL P'ENTE, unn< r X '? N N I.TTI,
MgnjrSCoLAHA. Mr. A. -OIlST.
Musical Director and Conductor *<unor F. MUZIO
AwUtant Conductor Mr. S. ni.lllti'NS
Vine. '? 1 LSSON and Mrae. LUCCA i-i Snbru Mater,
w.lt siu? (for the first and only time in America) ''(Jul est
llomo.'
In the Grand Sacred Coneert
Min<\ CHRJ.s TIN NILSSON
hut kindly consent* 1 t<> King ,hy request)
"1 Know That My Redeemer t vrth" Oe Messiah
The attemtou of the public is rn?i'"i ti'ully called to the
foltowlna
this villi be the flr?t and onlv oeenxton on which these
world-renowne t ariistB, Mme. Niiv on a.id Mine. Lucca j
will -Inif a duet.
This will lie the farewell unorar.'inee of Mme. Kilason !
fleiivlnir tor Europe, May 61 and al-o Mme. Lucca (leav
ing lor the West).
Thin will be the last concert of the Srraltoseh Company. 1
Seats for the above eau now in: had at the Academy, .
al-o -rhirnK r'", 7M Broadway, and tit lit Kro.dwuv.
XTKILSON As JULIET, LY< EUMTIISATRE, TIIURS- :
ll ilnv 'Iniiiiee. P:- its liow read y. '
M
t-- Nkll 1* UN
in
BEADING
at
stein way hall,
MlSn NRII.SON will (rive ;wo
ItKA DINGS,
h?r flr't in America and her
F A It E VV F.LL A PI'E * !! ANCE3
this heaM>;i, oil
THURSDAY EVEN I NG, May 7.
SATURDAY MORNING, May 9.
Tlie *al? o( i-aati will commenee MONDAY MORN I NO,
May i.
KOUIXftOX IIM.L, PIXTP.ENTII STREET.
PROFESSOR CROMWELL
has the honor to announce nve of his
MAGNIFICENTLY ILI.Un Tit VI ED LECTURES.
PAI'IS, TIIL B E A I riFl'L CITY,
TO NIGHT Ai.ril 18, nt N o'clock.
Rone, Friday ni^ht. LoniU u, sutuirUiy uight. Paris
aturduv Matmcn.
f.aoh re pres. ntatlon wi'l l-e int?rsper?3 with
CELEBRATED >NOItKS OF Altr.
"Like dreaming a low* beautiful dream with ty<*
wide open. "?Dr. Oliver Wendell lloiines.
Admission SO cent^; s-Ta >e.a. 73 inns, to be obtained
at the ball. _
TANAL-I ,'li K AS DKUOi! All, I.M Kl l THEATRE,
el Thui.-day Matinee.
MISCK LL !\ % ROII S,
a"t 74J SEVENTH AVENUE, NEAR FirriKTlI
jffL itrcct, you can bare your watches, eloek.s and Jew
elry repaired and warranted. Eye G'.aeMa and specta
tin on hand. _ ^ _
Diploma op merit, Vienna exhibition. i?n ?
Dr. Paterfon'a American Powders and l.owu ,'e* for
Indiseation and all disease* ot the itomj' h : Pr.woer?, fi
per l>o*; Lozenges $1; all chemists' depot*. FoCUEUA.
New York; MunTKIRPm New Orleans. _
I-raTt ROOFS.? CRAVE!., TIN AND OTHER KINDil
J or old and leaky root* repaired and warranted; ti.t
rooO ispftiBied.^^^^ ^ WHt
fUWOfOHTO, ORGANS, AC.
AT 3JFH?& square? hainrs" brothers wild
oirer Uielr fine assortment ot first dim Pianofortes
?i price* which cannot tall to suit the times. New PUim
to rent (lid rent applied toward t ureUase U desired. Old
Pianos taken in axchaax*.
A T OCTAVE UARVRD 1'IANO 9175; PAYABLE 910
IX monthly j kil style* of I'leuos and Organs on instal
ments or rent, 99 upward. UKTTh' Wareroom*. 7jj
Bro.idwav, corner Tenth etreet.
ASTUNWAY 9900 PARLOR GRAND FOR 9450; AX
9*00 square grand tor >375; a 91/00 Piano. first class
make, 9*|0; new 7 octave, city make, 9-t?>; second hand
Melodeons and Organ*, 945, upward*; Pianos ?ud Organs
to rent very low. HORACE WATE R.i A SON,
48I Broad
A FULL AGRAFFE 7l? OCTAVE BO KWOOD
I'ianoforte tor sale, nil improvements, tour rO'ljid
corner*, carved caae and lag*. made to order, cost 91.00 ',
U r 9275 ; Stool, Cover, Ac.: bill ot sale and warranted
tor 5 years: also Household Furniture tor sale. Call at
private residence, 12J West 23d st
A? INDUCEMENTS KOIt CASII ON INSTALMENTS
? or to rent? First class new 7 and 7^ octave rose
wood agraffe Pianoforte <, fully warranted.
(K>UM1I1W% 2<> Hieecker street. near Bowery.
AHKfOND HAND PIANO? BUT L1TTLS US' D, 7!,"
octave; good tut naw? for sal* cheap. <7 University
plate. ROBERT W. .-Mini, Agent
A WlttR PIANO. ?190; KLEOANT 8TKIXWAY. AT
J. 1 a ssenrtee ; now Pianos. 9 230. Pianos to rcut
Great iudtu'cmt nts to purchasers.
BERRY A CO., 7i*9 Brvadwa*'.
A SACRIFICE? TWO BR 1 1. 1.1 ANT TORSO 7* OC
lave Pianofortes, four round corners, fult agraffe,
celebrated maker, overstrung ba1*, co t 9950, tor 9150
ea li. Residence 21 East Twentieth st., neur Broadway.
A MAGNIFICENT TJ{ OCTAVE ROSKWOOD PIANO
forte for sale? >'ut<erbly carved leg* and case, four
round corners, made order, celebrated maker, fully
guaranter-d, used 5 months, including Stool and Cover:
Pnrlor. Chamber, Dining Furnlturj; Paintings, Broncas,
Silverware ; sacrifice i property tamlly leaving cltv. So
We.it Iftth st, near 5th it v. ?W. R. LI\ INo.ViON.
AX ARIOM 7K OCTAVE ROSEWOOD PIANO, NEW;
also an Upright Piano, Parlor organ, set Parlor Pur
nitlire for sale, very low. Inquire at 220 liast Twenty
eighth street.
A PRIVATE FAMILY WILL SELL THF.IR KIE
gant Decker A Bro?. Pianoforte at a sacrifice: a
richly carved, four round, rosewood ca?e Piano, 7^ oc
tuvc, having all Improvements: full agiafTe. overstrung,
Ac. ?. cost Stf75, for 9250; stcol. Cover; lias box for snip
ping; also, Parlor, Library, Chamber and Dining Fnr
ni'tire; lots to suit; call private residence 210 West
Twenty -first street
A NUMBER OF GOOD SECOND HAND PIANOS,
chcap for casli, to rent aud sold on instalments; one
6k oc tave tor |4J. At JOHN MAHON'S, 22* East Thirty
ninth street.
A LADY WILL S'if.L A PIANO, IN GOOD ORDER,
with f-tool, at half price, having no further uao for
it 4?y W'e't Eighteenth street.
C TREAT BARflAINS. ? A HANDSOME ROSEWOCD
X Piunotorto, carved legs, celebrated makers, only
$:25; a" octave Piano a sacrifice. PEEK & SON,
It Clinton placc, Eighth street, near Broadway.
Magnificent 7* octave rosewood piano
forte, round corner* overstrung ba w, carved legs,
serpentine mouldings. only 91'A>; less than one-quarter
value; must sell immediately. Call at 157 Bleccker et
PIANOS TO RENT TO RESPONSIBLE PARTIES. OF
our own munul'ac'.urc, and all 7k octaves und al
most new. AKION PIANOFORTE CO.; No. 5 Ea?t Four
teenth street, nest to Delmonleo's.
PIANOS TO RUST AND TO SELL? ON EASY
monthly Instalments: all makes; new and second
hand. WILLIAM A. POND A CO.,
No. 547 Broadway and 39 Union square.
PIANO WANTED? FOR CASH AT LOW PRICE;
must lie A1 and as good ns new; Urst claas instru
ment Address, with particulars, price, maker, Ac., F.
C., box 4.H69 New York Post office.
PRIVATE FAMILY WOULD SELL. CHEAP FOR
cash or on installments, a fine 7*? octave Piano
overstrung bass, ut No. 40 East Thirtieth street, between
Madison and Fourth avenues.
MldlCAU
TA. KAMPIKO. TENOR, FORMERLY OF T fit NIT Y,
? now ot Collegiate Reformed Dutch church, Forfy
elelith strcjt und Filth avenue, will accept a tlrst class
position elsewhere. Address 80 Cedar street
tirANTKD? A GOOD BASS SINGER. APPLY AT NO.
?T 0 V a st 14th st.
WANTED? A YOUNG LADY TO TRAVEL WITH A
It parlor entertainment ns pianist ; a uermunent sit
nation to the right parly. Address ELOC, Herald office.
OA CITV PIANO SCHOLARS FOR SALE.? ADDRESS
OU Tt At HER, 174 Spring street.
YACHTS, STEAMBOm Art'.
BAROE WANTED? FOR EXCCR-IONS; PURCHASE
or ctiarier. Address, with particulars, bos 1.C45 New
York Post oiltce
JjlOR SALE OR CHARTER? LIGHT DRAUGHT
.-.teamtioat ; very last and In excellent order: suit?.
bio for short routes, excursions or towing. Address, with
particulars, box 1,1' '5 1'ost olhce.
^ ^ I'l HXITUIE.
A? WEEKLY AMI MONTHLY PAYMENTS FOR
? Furniture, Carpets autl Bedding, at B. M. COW
PKR'IUWAII' .t OO.'S, 155 ;mi t i.'7 Chatham street. An
tinmen*? stock ami low price*.
AUHOE AS90RIMRKT OK 0ARPET3,FURN ITU RE
and Bcddifisr. at lowest cash prices, by weekly In
stalments, ai O'FAKIt ? LL's warch' -nsp, <10 Eighth ave
nue, between Thirtieth anJ Thirty-first street*.
A SACRIFICE FOR CASH-AT RESIDENCE 21 BAST
20th st., near Broadway.? Parlor Suits, inlaid and
gilt, cost $800, lor $180: do., reps, $45; also complete Bed
room Suit*, Carpets, Ac .
A PRIVATE FAMILY, LEAVING FOR EUROPE
wlli dispoic of their Household Furniture at a sacri
flce. Magnificent Drawing Room Soils, covered silk bro
cade richest dccripiion. made order, cost $?i>", for $20'j;
do., $100; i!o , M0; saperb rosewood l'iauo'orte, tour
round corners, celebrated maker, for $300, including Stool
and Cover; Carpet", Mirrors. Paintings, Bronzes, Bu
reaus, Bedsteads, Wardrobes, Mattresses, txteuslon
Table, Silverware, Glassware, ilium ware, Cutlery.
House furnished 6 month-; ago.
W. R. I. iVl.S'Orii'ON, 30 West 15th st, nearilh a v .
A- NO. J.
a ?.
T ??-VOI'A BEXE."' T
An examination ot our stock convinces all that for flne
workmanship we cunnot be exoolled. So Vroublo to
show Roods or quote prices.
f'KA-i IC RitoNER & CO., ?2 and 81 Bowery.
Manufactory t?l to SB8 East Thirty-seventh street.
A ? OX ACCOUNT OF REMOVAL, A PRIVATE KAMI
J\ ? ly will Mill all their elegant Household Furniture,
tn lots to suit : magnificent double Parlor Suits. U pieces,
covered in satin; superb 7,'j oe ave Pianoforte. cost
$1,1)00; MW yards < artiCK 20 r!ch lledrooin Suits
Bedding, Ac. ; Mirrors, Centre Table?, chair*, Lo;in;.e-,
Paintings Hroii7.es. Curtains, i-ilver, China, Clocks,
Hall, Basement ami Kitchen Furniture, used one year;
will sell tn lots to suit lor *0 cents on the dollar. N. H.?
No rea?ounble offer retused. Call at private house 120
West 83d iL House open from 0 A. M. to ? P. M.
A FAMILY GOING BOARDINC, WILL BELL I'AR
k>r and Chamber Sets, Mirrors, Ac., at n great sac
rifice. Call (rout 4 to 9 P. M. at i42 Weak Thirteenth tt.
A private FAMILY will bell, for axt USA
son able offer, their entire Household 1 urnl'nre,
in lots tb suit, consisting Parlor Mult In damitsl sstln ;
one do.. 8 pieces, In silK rep: gilt Parlor Tables, 4 HI
Paintings, imported Bronzes Booki ngs, Baffct, Exten
sion Table, elegant Turkish Suit, Eft*? Chairs, rovewood
and walnut Podsteads, Bureaus, Dre Mti? Cases, Ward
robes, hair and spring .Mattrcs'os: rep. plush and hair
oloth Suits; 19 Carpets, silverware, .vc. ; ah" elegant
Decker .v Bros.' 7!j ocuva fosewoo.l Pianoforte: n sacri
fice,, Call private residence 21t) West fist si. N. H ? No
trouble to show goodA Furniture can remain in bouse
until 2d May.
FURXIT UftB;
? ? .? ? ? <?>
Prices teducol lor alt styles.
Oo"d Suits, iii terry, i- a tine, Ac.,
^ $125; lormerly $lt'ii. }
Window Shades nnl Fixtures ore vary
description put tip in the l>est nuinuei, ut
very low prices.
O. L. KLI.TY A CO., 181 Fifth avenue,
formerly at 7-1 Broadway.
AT THE FRI7ATE RESIDENCE 10:1 WEST T WE XT Y
eighth street, tvo doors west ot Sixth avenue. ?
Private family Riving tip housekeeping will sett tio-ir
eltgutii Household Furniture at great sacrifice for cash;
magnificent Orand Duchess and Marie Antolneite stylo
Parlor Miits, In crimson satin and tdne .--atin. cost $???.
for $200 Hinl $175; elegant latest style blur and gold and
crimson and gold brocatei Suits; walnut Suits in broca
tel and reps, $i !i and 40; rosewood Pianoforte, Painting-',
Mirror, Curtains, Carpets rosewood nmt walnut Cham
ber suits. Matireskes, Library, Dining Furnitnre. Call
immediately.
CARPETS,
FumUtira,
Beds, Hcditing. Ac.
Payments taken
by the week or month.
Terms oa*y.
KELLY Jt CO.,
eortu r o' Twe ity-flM'i street an I Sixth avenue.
CI Alt PETS AND FCRXtTTTRE AT THE LOWEST CASH
J price": weekly or monlhly pivmc-nts taken.
D. A CUNNINGHAM, 888 Third avenue,
near Twenty-eighth street). Lookout lor the red sign.
Fl' RNITUR E. ? PAItTI E s II A VINO LABOR OR SMALL
lota of Household Furniture, Carpets. Mirrors, Pa'nt
lng?. Ac., to dlrPnae o will Unit a cash purchaser by ad
dressing (H'.oliUK a. THRALL. at t'ole A Thorn's, No. 2
West Fourteenth s'rcot, e<,roer Fifth avenue.
FUUMTfRK.-A FAMILY BREAKING l'P HOCSR.
keeping will sell Pier and Mntilel Mirrors, fine Par
lor ^it and other chol.-e ariiclei ol Furniture; also
(/'arrets, st a discount 1 everything neiv last December.
Call to-day at 975 LcxingVm avenue, near Seventy-first
s'reet __
tfUHNITlRF.-PVIIIlKS H AVI SO LABOR OR KMALL
1 lots of Household Furniture, Carpets. Mirrors. Ac ,
touisroscot. will And a cash purchaser l>y addressing
c. w/iii ic, i,2<i Broadway. _
JIOR SALE ? OX AHCOUXT OF MOVIXO, ONE PATENT
Sola Bid, best in.ike. ; Brussels Carpet and Furni
ture, Ultelotln and Oas Fixture*: tlii^ basoment bell.
No. 104 Second strict
MOR SALE? NEW* AMI ELEGANT FURNITURE OF
J* the best ouality; only In use otic year. Apply Im
mediately at 31 Wi t I'ltlieth sfn et.
r-IOR BALI? TUE FURNITURE, HI D AND BEDDIXO,
r Crockery and alt natures ol tho Branch Southern
Hotel, *1 Ariltr sfre-jt. Kale positii c, Ironi 12 to 2 o'clock,
on Wednesday, April W.
C1EOROE A. CLABKR, 747 BROADWAY, RESPECT
f ftlfly solicit* sn examination of bis stock of (In* Fur
j nlture. f/.irpet-i Spri'ig and llalr Mattresses, Pnrior Be Is,
I Ac., and also hi. popular sys'em ut Hou? Furnishing. t>y
mouttdy pay in on.
T|MVTFn-\ FIRST CLA: SOI D FASHIONED MIHC
v? board. Address, with deseriwBf ao'' 'owcm cath
, ^ *v > "fft'd *>dite.
HOVIM, ROOMS, AT. WA1TTMO.
I* Ikli City and Brooklyn.
A PARTMRNTd ARB WAJtTED? NEATLY FURNISH
A ed, suitable Tor light housekeeping. or would take
Board lor ladv only, lor a laity vocalist, where reason
able practice 1* not objectionable : location must he w.di
up tpwn, on ea*t side, or in Jorsey City. Addreai, with
particular*, MANAGER, box 179 Herald office.
A FAMILY OF TWO ADULTS WANT TO HIHH A
Stroud Floor In a pice brown stone boase, wlicra
they can locate permanently. Address, with full par
ticulars, PERMANENT, box I'jO Herald Uptown Branch
office.
DF'8K. LASTED? BETWEEN CHAMBERS
and Wall streets, by a responsible party. Address,
wiih location ana terms, P. II. M? berall office.
IULLY FURNISHED HOUSE WANTED? ON MADI
son or Fifth avenue, or between Fourth and .-'ixth,
tor one or more vcars. at moderate rent, by private fain
%/? ,45u!i>> wj"' highest reiereiv e^. Address
MANDiivlLl.t, Herald Uptown Branch otllee.
X&T ANTED? PARLORS AND BASEMBNTS IN A HIGH
stoo:> private house, central location, by a tamily
Qfth.''ee; will require more than two rooms on potior
floor: at moderate rent; rel'ereuce. Audross 0. A., i>2
East Tonth street.
WANTED? II Y A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, NEAR
Flith Avenue Hotel, a comfortable Room, without
Hoard, where meals can be obtained in the house ll nc
co?aary; references exchanged. Address, stating terms,
O., Herald office.
"II r ANTED? TO RENT, BY A FAMILY OF ADULTS,
m I'art of a House, in central location ; 7 rooms: leut
about $60 per month. Addrees box 5,686 Post office.
WANTED TO RENT-PART OF A GENTEEL HOUSE
TT lor a small family of two adalU anil two Children,
9 and 10 years, with privilege to buy lurniturc, between
Seventh and Twentieth streets, on or near Second ave
nue ; rent must he tnodera'e; one family In the hou*e
preferred. Address, with lull particulars, H. K., box tin
Post office.
_ POST OFFICE NO llCU.
POST OFFICE NOTICE.? THE MAILS FOR EUROPE
lor the week ending Saturday, Mav 2. lo7t. will
close ut this office as follows:? On Tuesday at I2>i P. M.
on Wednesday at ii>4 P. M., on Thursday at 1IK A. M.
ana on Saturday iitl2M. T. L. JAMES, P. M.
PROPOSALS.
OTP PLY DEPARTMENT OFTHU
O ERIE RAILWAY COMPANY,
Purchasing Agent's Office, No. 3u9 West Twenty-third
street,
Nkw York, April 24, 1871
Sealed Proposals and endorsed 'Proposals for .-crap
Metal" will be received at tills office until Saturday, May
2. lo74, 12 o'clock uoon, for the purcnaso and removal of
the following deser.b.^d lots ot Scrap, Iron and Steel,
Bowling Tires auii Steel Tiros:?
Old Wheels
an l Axles. Writ Scrap. Caat Scrap.
Tons. Ton*. Tons.
Jersey City 870 27* 201k
Port Jervl* 10 122t? 119^
Susquehanna 890 60) SOO
Elmlra 500 41
Hornellsvillc 480 74 83
Buitalo 630 ltU 1M
Also at Jorsey City, Susquehanna, llornellsvlllo and
Buffalo shop.", 100 tons bowllm; Tires and 20 tons Steel I
Tires.
.'uccessful bidders will be required to deposit 15 per 1
cent ot the amount awarded to ttiein at the time ot such I
award, and the balance, 85 per ccnt, will be pavable at
the time Hiid plaej ot delivery.
1" 1 1 Is company reserves to Itself the right to reject any i
and all bids. H. B BOWMAN. ;
General Purchasing Agent pro tcm.
STORAGE.
A ?STORAGE.? WEST SIDE STORAGE "wAllli
. hou. es, 4SB, 634, 636 Hudson. 779 Greenwich streets
and 10 Abingdon square ? Superior accommodation, tor
furniture, pianos, paintings, mirrors anj other fam
ily property ; placed In separate rooms; alwavs acce sl
ble ; goods received aud delivered day and night; cart
ing, packiug aud shipping j>roiujit!y excell ed.
R. TAGQARf, owner and Manager,
Office 503 Hudson street, near Twelfth street
HAEGER'S WAREHOUSES ? EIGHTH AVENUE, !
'Ihlrty-thlrd to Thirty-fourth streets; 2S2 Ninth ave- i
nne; lowest m rate, oldest established and most exteu
sneot the line in tho business; Storage for lurnitiire.
ba^uge goods and wares oi every description In sepa
rate dosed compartment), the it unc as ii in a prirato
residence: always accessible ; four platform elevators:
gooits received without notice j customs duller, frel.-ht
nnd other charges advanced: night patrol: receiro
cools at all hours and lurnisli she iter for loaded wagons
in Interior court of warehouses : everything Appertain
iug to >torngc nnd hnndltn? of property attended to.
MOKRELL'S NEW FIRST CLASS STORAGE WARE
houses, from No. 102 tolU East Thirty -second slroet,
extending to Fourth avenue, built expressly for ths
purpose. Storage lor furn'turo, piano J. mirror*, trunk',
baggage and other packages of extra value. The pa'dts
are Invited to examino.
STOR3 YOUR FURNITURE AT 'I HE WEST SIDE
Tobacco Warehouse Nos. 572 and 874 Hudson street,
corncr ot West Eleventh street: the finest accommoda
tions tor furniture In separate rooms nnd at low rates.
Parties stowing their furniture in my wnrehou.se may bo
a sured th.-.t no mollis or other vermin will get lnio tr, as
each room Is well lighted and ventilated.
11. M. MEYER, 572 nnd 571 Hudson street.
OTORAGE WAREHOUSE? FOR FURNITURE, PIANOS,
?> Bui-'gage, 4c., In s*rarate rooms, af low rutov sepa
rate department for pianos, mirrors, paintings. Ac. ; we
Invite the attention of parties who Intend to store their
furniture to our accommodations lor the storing ol goods,
style of roomj, light, ventilation, Ac.: all goods taken up
aud down on elevators; ihe warehouse* are guarded day
aud night by private watchmen : office open until 9 P.
M. to receive orders. MICHaLkj a son,
58, 40, 42 Commerce street, near Bleecker.
\VE.-T SIDE STORAGE WAREHOUSES? FOR FUR
YT nllure, pl-.no:i, paintings, baggage, Ac.; placed In
separate rooms; always ncces-dble ; rat-s r.-ry low. R.
TAGHAK f owner and inanagur ; effleo 5I?3 Hudson j;reet,
near Twelith.
WANTED TO PURCHASE.
: \JLT ANTI-ID? A CARD PMNrisd PilKsd AND CUT
I ?? tma Machine. A Idrcss J. S. LuYD, -WbixiU ave
nue, stating price unit siw.
" eyes AND~JBAR8.~
A" RTIFtCtAL HUMAX hYfts.?J. T. DAVIS. T?T
ventor an-1 only nnk?r ol tin improve I Ardllctnt
Unman Kye, a?kn i.vloUo i oy tiis fas ally to be tho onlv
! correct imitation or nnt <r? It the irort I. 1 17 Ka?t Fie'
tec a th .street, betwetu 1'lurJ aa 1 foardi aveaja.1.
COMMISSIONERS IF EMIGRATION.
Onrrhnygej by the Inman U?t? How
They Hndc $'41 Out of a Poor Etui.
grant~Tlie Dccroa?e 111 Emigration.
i Tho Commissioners of Emigration held their
regular meeting yesterday afternoon at two
' o'clock, Mr. Hnrlburt in tiie chair.
! Ttio secretary read tho minutes of tho last
regular meeting, containing a list of the numerous
dismissals previously reported In the Hebalp.
There was a humorous episode be.'ore business
was taken up between Uomm.flsioners Mauser and
Starr, relating to too pnnc'uallty of the first
named gentleman at tho meetings of the commis
sion. The minutes ahowtd that Mr. Mauger came,
In response to a call for a special meetinsr, while
all I tie other Comml sloners failed to put in an ap
pearance. Mr. danger was compiunente I by his
colleajuos In a Jocose manner oil this remarUaUo
show of punctuality.
The minutes of the Castle Garden Committee
were read, showing that they had dismissed a
larire number or employes and reduced many
salaries.
The Finance Committee reported that they hnd
audited bills to the amount or $17,000 at their last
mooting. Approved.
Tho resignation of the agent of the commission
at Syracuse was accepted.
The Commissioner* of the Ciiaritlos proposed
thatabuilal plot for Immigrants be sot apart on
Hart's Island, $5 to bo charged for each body. Ite.
fcrred.
The secretary stated that nn emigrant, John
Fankm, lia>< been overcharged by the Inman
steamship line $21, on a ticket from New York to
San Francisco, which he bonght from the company
at Liverpool. The Secretary wrote to Mr. Dale, tho
agent ol tho Inman line, domandlng that the (21
be reloaded to the emigrant. Mr. Dale refused to
do so, saying that ha had no confidence m the
present emigrant rail tray fares, and that if tho
rates were advanced before the emigrants
' arrived they woaid not pay the company the dlf. ,
I fcrence. The f-eerotary wrote back to Mr, Dale:-.
' "Your agent defrauded the emigrant. Tlrj 1
Board Insists that li you sell tickets in Europe
for transportation beyond Now York you shall nut
] chanro more than tin; current rate in enstic oar- I
1 den at tne time of salo. li you have no confidence
; in the present rates of oudgrant tares being main*
1 tjlned, anct fear that thoy may lie advanced tw-ioro
the emigrant arrives here, It seems to me that the |
proper thing for you to do wou.d be to abstain 1
i from selling ticKets beyond the port of Now York." ;
! He reiterated Ills demand for refunding the money. 1
but Mr. Dale paid no attention to ir.
Mr. Eanfmann was of tho opinion that the com
mission had no legal right to demand such restitu
tion, and, alter some discussion, tho matter
! droppod.
Tne Secretary stated sut>s>:qnontljr that he had
found it necessary to address similar remon- !
?trances, on account of overcharges on railway '
tickets sold in Earope, to tho White stur line.
A letter from Mr. Van I'oser. chief clerk of I
Ward's Island, was read, protesting against his :
removal as being illegal.
Corn mist o. or St. rr stated that Comptroller (Jrocn
? announced his readiness to pay for any necessary
! repairs in the rotunda or Castle Uardon, auu tuo
| Hoard then adjourned.
Tho number or Immigrants arrived this year up
! to the 27th of April Is 26.705. I.ast year to tno
close of April (hero wore 74,901 alien possongcru;
, in 1*72, (or the similar period, there were 77,?44.
; The increa-o in receipts for commutation being in 1
' exact proportion witn tho arrivals, it follows that, (
i the Hoard recoivo', in 1374. $80,360 less ihan in i
| 137:', and $M,w; less than in 1872. Those are the
' facts upon wliich the Board chiefly base their ap? J
1 plication for an Increase of resources, and thoy !
I htate that lfth'.s rate ol Immigration Is to continue, j
the Want's I datid institutions must t?e abandoned ,
; tor iaok ol means, mis Is tne cmcl basis ol their I
j application for an incronso ol the commutattou tax.
RACING PROSPECTS.
Programme of the Maryland Jockey
| Club Spring Meeting.
; Firct of tho Eastern Bennione? The Stake* u4
Purse* To Bo Decided? Improvements at
Pimlieo Traok? Promise of Grand
Sport in the Monumental City.
"After Lexington comes Baltimore." All toi*
wen open wlt".o their ears when this announce*
ment la made, for It la the harbinger 01 exciting
| times and carries with It the realization or their
I wishes? the beginning of the racing season at the
j East. Snch is the fact, as following the six days'
I sport in the blue grans region, at Lexington, Ky.,
| the venue changes to Plmlico Track, the gatoa of
which will be thrown open on Tuesday, May 2ff
and continuing three (lays thereaitor. The Mary'
land Jockey Clab spring meeting is a significant
event in the racing world. It causes the enthust
astic turtman to almost forget past equine trl
umphs in the prophecies of the good luck which
the luture has in store, and gladdens ids heart to
the prospect that the time has aualn come around
when "tho sport of kings" will have driven away
all memories of the winter. While this reunion la
of great significance to owners and breeders of
thoroughbreds, lc la an important event to
the aristocratic Monumental City and all the deni
zens or pleasure-loving Maryland. The carnival
at Pmiilco Is anticipated for months, and from
day to day during the progress of the amusement
the coarse is thronged with the fairest aud noblest
of the State, demonstrating that the love of racing
is bred In the bono of its people, and come what
may their craving for turf spr>rta will not disap.
pear with tho present generation.
IMPHOVEMK.VT8 AT PIMI.ICO.
Keeping pace with the demand to make still
more attractive the meetings of the Maryland
Jockov Club, many Improvements have been mad?
in the track and surroundings during the past
three months bv the managers of this popular or
ganization. First of tho.ie was the thorough
draining of the inclosurc of the course and tho
lower portion of the grounds being supplied with
blind ditches. On the 1st or March a large rorce of
laborers was placed on the track, which wm lev
elled and graded and then covered wltli
a heavy coating of snnd as a means of
lightening and improving it. In addition
the club recently purchased five acres of adjoining
land, on which wlii be erected a handsome club
bouse for the use of members and their guests,
not only during the races, but throughout the year.
The club has fitted up a suit of rooms In the city*
corner of Charles and Saratoga streets, lor the us*
of tho members and their friends, where at all
times they will find every convenience that could
be desired.
rtRST DAY'S SPOUT.
The programme of the spring meeting, Juai
Issued, provides an abundance of sport. During
the four days there arc sixteen race*, embracing
a variety of contests that cannot fall to please the
oldest and most enthusiastic lover of the turf, u?
the opening day the' flrst race is a dash of two
miles, lor all ages, Tor a purse of $700, of which $609
goes to the flrnt and $loo to the second horse*
Maiaens, of three years are allowed 3 lbs. ; or four
years, allowed 5 lbs., and of five years and up
wards, 7 lbs. Next on the list is the Preaknesa
Stakes lor three year-olds, dash of one and
a half miles, f 09 subecnptiou, play or pay, with
$1,000 atidoa. Tills stake closed August 15, 187a,
with twenty-two nominations, and ao doubt win
fullv maintain the treat interest that has uni
versally characterized irs previous decisions.
Atnontr the aspirants Tor the honors of passing
under the wire foremost of t he contesting flelu,
are Haxon, Scratch, WcathercocK, Brigand, Re
gardless, King Ainadeus ami others, and the
colors oi this owners who will secure i lie $2, loo,
which th^ stake is worth, will receive the hearty
plaudits of thousands. The race was won las'
year by Cfcamberiln'e bay colt Survivor.
The Handicap stakes, lor lour-yeat-olds, milo
neats, romes next in order. It is a slake of $50
each, halt lor:ctt, wini $aoa adricd by the
1 clut?. For this there are eighteen noru
i matioRs, among them being such tried eootl
I ones as Survivor, Artist, Cariboo, Catesby,
Lizzie Lucas and Saille Wauoti, and conse
| quently It will, oeyond a doubt, prove a a
I exciting contest., especially as the handicapper ha*
! displayed sound Judgment and impartiality in an
; portioning tho pent I ties. H. Buvfldy A Son'3
' chestnut mare Fauulc Boston and \V. H. Gordon'*
j chestnut gelding Jack of Trumps have the lowest
I weight?? bo lbs.? while Survivor tops tho list al
1 112 lbs.
| A trial steeple chase, for horses o t all ages, that
have never won a ster-jile mass race, at Saratoga.
I Jerome Park, Long Branch or Baltimore winds up
the opening day's si.oit. This coutest, welier
! weights, Is lor a pur-io of $400 for the 11 rat* $70 for
i the second nnd #5o (or tha third hois'?, and abo: f
one mile and a half over a fraction of the retruiur
steeple course. Three must start to make a race ;
; and, in view of tno similar contests during tha
1 meetlo;.', It will evoke much Interest.
SECOND DAI*.
On the second dav? Wednesday, May 27? n d/tah
of one milo starts the bail. Tins is for all ages;
; purse or $350 fur the first and $50 for the seconds
' maidens or four years allowed 4 lbs., but, ll over
! four years. allowed a lb*. TUo second
event is the Chesapeake Stake.-", for ililic-c
I three Tears old, dash ot one and a quarter
I miles; r> im. extra for t.e winner or the I'reakne*.*
I stakes, if a fill v ; $50 eutruncn, play or pav, witu
$500 added by rne c!ut>, of which $100 goes to tho
| second fitly. This stano elo.?o?l August 15, 187?,
: with nine nominal Ions. It was won last year by
1 I.lz2io Luea=. beating Sutiro and Minnie VT.
J Then comes a stiiin? race, for all ages, mila
; heats, lor a purse oi $300 to the first, and $luota
i the second horse. Those entered to be sold ior
*2.co:?, mil wel?Hits; jor $2,000, allowed ii lbs. : fuc
$1,500, al!owid 5 if'S. ; for fi.oeo allowed 7 lbs., tha
' winner 10 be sold at nnction, immediately aiter
' the contest, winding up tho sport of the day la a
Free Handicap stnltes, of $25 cacti, If not declared
out, lor it l u;<:>s, rtash of two and a half miles, to
! name nn<t close itrter the last race on the tlrst day,
, tho weights to re announced the following morn
, mg, wild the dec iiraiioiis to be made Immediately
: alter the lost race on tho .-,amo day. The clun will
add $800, 01 which flOOgocs to the secoud horse.
THIRD DAY.
The thi'd day of the meeting, Ttnrsday, May 2?,
will introduce m the Urst event a dnsli 01 three
quarters ol a mile, lor maidens t?f all ages, ior ?
pur. 10 of $40', entrance $yj, widen goes to tuo
second horse. Following tht s s;.in will i>o pre
sented tho centi '..men's Post Stakes, oi $25 each,
play or pay, tiieciub to add $6>\ ot which $100 goes
to the second borso; dash ol one and a quarter
miles; welter weights. i hts*r>:ke? the horses to bo
ridden by members of the Maryland t'inb or any
recojiuized racing astoai&tloii In the I'nited siaton
or OanadA? do.-cd January ;u last witu tae follow
ii.g n:no subscribers :--M. Jordan <fc <'o., T. (I. K.
Lawrence, (Wen Howie, l>. J Bannatyne, ll. GalHioy,
Belr.iont I'urdy, John 11. Tully, Joseph Donahue
and K. ll. Van Buren.
A sweepstakes lor Ihrce-year-t'lds that have not
won in their two-.\ car-old ionn, flash or ono mile,
follows. Jt is for $25 cacn, play or pay, tho club to
add $500, 01 which $100 goes to the second horse;
colt* to carry loo lbs., and lliiios ana geldings 97 lbs.
This stake closed January 31 last with twenty-five
nominations, among whom are Mr. Belmont's ha/
colt ^cratch and bay flily Theodora, Mr. Han ford *i
brown colt Brigand, 4*r. Cottrcl's chestnut colt
Harry Feltor iiiuF bay Oily f otta Moore, a. B. Lewis
ft o>.'s bay tl'Jy Vaudalire, Hinnotyne's cliestnoi
colt The Olios', Bowie A ciHbangh's bay colt Pic
colo and Harrison's bay lllly Sweet Bay. Two mwo
heats, for ail ages, maidcoH allowed 3 lbs., j tirse ot
$*00 to the first and $200 to the second horse, com
piste the day's sport.
winding t p.
On the fourth day, Friday, May 29, the annul
ment commences with A selling raco, for inroe
year-olds, (lrtsti or ono and a quarter nilics; purs*
of $500, ot which $100 gees to the second hois*.
Thoso cntereil to tic sold ror $3,00(?, lull wcignt; ior
$2,000, allowed A lbs.: for $l '?oo, allow, d 10 10s.;
for $1,000, 15 lbs.; for $W\ 20 H?"., and t.ie wlnnoc
to bo sold at auction immediately after the race.
Next eon;os a handicap pnrso for all dorses that
have run during the meetimr, $mio, of which* ton
goes to the second horee;dasli oftwo miles: weight*
to be announced after the last racoon tho third
day, and ao eptmcrs 10 bo made at that tim?
through the entry box.
A compensation purso of $?oo, mile heats, fol?
Iowa, llorses that iiavo not started during tha
meeting 3 lbs. extra; wiunors of one race during
the mooting, 5 lbs. extra; of two races, 7 lbs.
extra; horses beaten o;ic.> during thu meeting
allowed ;i lbs.: twice, allowed Jibs. Tho la*t
race of the dtv and nu'cUi<g Is the drawl
Stecplechaso Post Hiakos, or $.".o, half lorrelt,
the dub to add $700 for the tl'*st horse, $100 for tPe
Hccoud and ?7-5 lor the third norge, welter weights;
This stake closcd January ai, last, with the follow
ing subscribers, who will name at the post M.
Jordan ,t Co., D. J. Bannatyne, F. 0. 1)es Uivlcres,
a, GHit'tiey and Joseph Dooaliue. As It Is over tue
regular coarse, about two and ft half miles, a most
Interesting e\ent Is anticipated. With snch a
rich' and well arranged programme the sprina
meeting at Pimiioo track will grandly Inaugurate
the Kastern rscuia season.
The ofllcors of tha Maryland Jockey Clnb are s<
follows:? President, Odeu Bowlo; First Vice Fresfc
d.nt, Washington Booth; Socond Vice Preafc
dent, Fd. Lloyd; Treasurer, Honry |> Johnsoiif
Hrcretary, J. i). Ferguson; Kxecutive Commltve*
Jame* L. Mcljino, J. Hanson Thomas, otio ?%
Williams, K a. clai augit, Alexander D. Brow*
Richard T. Manning, \V, II. DeCouroy, WUIIOif
Voung, George small, u. stan'.er Rogers

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