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THE NEW ABATTOIR.
risa OF TOE ALI LUMANiO CuMUITTEE OK
HEALTH YESTEItDAY?THE PBOTE8TA NTS
AOAINHT THK FIKIT-NINTH 8TBEET ABATTOIR
have a nanta.
The Aldermuuic Committee on Health?Messrs.
Uole, H es-iiitr ami Morris? iuct yesterday, to
to give u hearing to all parties oppo-.ed to or m
tavor or trie establishment of an abattoir at tbe
footol PUty-uinth street, North Hiver. Mr. Bless*
lug, lu the absence of the Chairman, presided.
Mr. Delufleid, a lawyer, who represented the In
terests ot ttie Koosovelt Hospital, was the first
?peaker. lie said abattoirs were in every sen*e
nuisances; and be read the protest sent to the
Board of Health bv the medical board of the hos
pital when that board bad under consideration a
health ordinance prohibiting the slaughter
ing or cattle within the city limits,
except in one vast abattoir. This protest,
dated 16th or March, 18T4, coutended that
the establishment of an abattoir in Futy-ulntu
itreet would be aangeious to the public health.
Che Lusiuesi of gut cleaning, lat boiling, Ac.,
imltted terrible odors into the atmosphere, whtoh
apread all over tne city. It whs contended, said
the speaker, that an abattoir could be erected
which, by scientific appliances, would not be a
nuisance. He doubted this. In all the great
Europeau cities uuattolra were placed on the out.
Iklrts, remote from dwelling places. Under a
monarchical form of government they could be
regulated by urbltrary regulations regardless of
any law, but in this couutry that was impossible.
Mr. Delafl id asserted that among medical meu
there was but one opinion as to abattoirs, and
that opinion was dead against them. He cited
authorities as proofs of this asasrtlon, among
others tlie opinion of Professor Hartshorn, who
eontetided Jhat with all the appliances of science
U was impossible to establish an abattoir
tnat would not be a nuisance and a detriment to
public health. Auotuer proof cited was that
given by the American Health Association, of
Puliadelpnla, in an elaborate opinion, which as
serted that abattoirs should always be built on
tidewater and far away irom any city. He de
? -unced the exception made by the Board of
Health in their ordinance as to Fifty-ninth strcer.
rue locality was so near the Park and so Inviting
to persons who were anxious to erect elegant
residences that the exception was, all things con
sidered, a very Hi advised one. He quoted irom
li.-. Bevan, of Chicago, to show that the death
rat* from thirty-seven modic diseases was always
the result of tne estaolishment of abattoirs
aear a populated neighborhood. Mr. Deiafleld
jontcuSed tnat if this was a fact an
abattoir lu Fifty-ninth street would be very dam
aging to patients In the hospital, who were striv
ing to recover irom serious Illness; and yet, he
said, the Chicago abattoir was supposed to be the
most perfect one ever erected. He closed his re
marks by declaring tbat some legislation ought to
>? devued to prevent the establishment ol abat
ers wltnin tlie city limits of N:vt York. Sixty
ftve trillions or dollars had been expended to
beauliiy that port.on of the cuv west above For
ne u street, which expense bud beeu oorne in
uoout equal proportions by the city una the cit
izens. Euormous assessments had been patiently
borne oy tue real estate owners, w.th- tue con
fidence tiiat lu time to come they would get
a "supreme value" for their property. Ir
un abattoir was to oe establlsheu in the neighbor
hood property would be depreciated, lu answer
fo a question of Alderman liletsiuu, Mr. Delufleid
laid tt:ai he uouiu not give a decided opinion as
to whether or not the abattoir nt tne loot of West
1 nlrtj-iourtn street was u nuisance. It was uuuer
the charge ol un eminent cueinist, and, besides,
tlie neighborhood was not the same us that of
Futy-nintn street, li it was a uui?a:ice it was al
ready in existence, wnat the FHty-nlnth street
people desired was that a lresn nuisance should
not be established.
Rev. Allied Young, pastor of the Church of St.
Paul tne Apostle, lu Filty-nlnth street, was the
next speaker. He called attention to the lact
that tne Board 01 Health's license to tne Tnirty
fourth street abattoir was issued only last Feb
ruary and tnat in thai estabitsnment there was to i
be carried on, li the Bourd ol tleuita could be in
auced to give tue right, the business or tat melt
inir, griuding ol none*. Ac. Through several suui
mers wiien the rendering boat was on the river
si Thirty-iourtn street tne south windows on t.e
third story of the residence 01 the Fatners had to
b? Kept closea; and u looked very muca now that
tbev would have to sutler again in the same way
li under the same license giveu the rhirty-iourth
street establishment the work of rendering,
fcc., was to be carried ou there ?s well
as haviug an abattoir on Fifty-ninth street.
He alluded to the laci tnat the fathers were to
build ou Filty-n'.ntu street a semluary. aud that it
would oe exceedingly uangerous to the Qeulrn of
tlie students tl there was an abattoir lr. the vi
cinity. Besides, tuey had ai*undar attendance of
t,ooo persons at the ctiurcn. l,6io ol whom were
children, and when the new church would be
reao.v he believed the attendance would ue luliy
io.ojo. He read ? protest oi the pewboiders ol St.
I'aul's and property uoUers living in tne neign- 1
aor. ooa again-t the establishment or the abat
toir, and in which it was stated that the buildings
that were to oe erected by the Fathers
would cost about $600,000, and that
trie property owned was wortn about
#220,000. He called attention to the great
loss tnat would be entailed by tue property hold
ders, looking at tne matter purely in a pecuniary
point oi view, if tne aouttolr was allowed. He
said that aoout 5.0ou persons had already, judging
irom the b.auks duiivored lor signature, petitioned
the Board ol lieaith against the grauting of a per
mit lor tue aouttoir.
Pro essor Chandler, of the Board or Health,
stated tnat fie did not appear oy authority ol tne
He iitn board, but as a simple spectator, lie said
that there were now flltt-three s.auguter-hou*es
in the city. He contended that the con
centrating of tne siuUgtiter business into
the two or three abattoirs would euaoie tne
tealth inspectors to make an examiuatiou
ot the animais before tney were slaughtered,
wbich was au impossibility uuder tue present sys
tem. It was quite easy, ho said, to decide wheu
au animal was alive whether it was uealthy or
not; when It was killed aud the meat cut up it
was not always possible to tell whether tbe
animal bad beeu healthy nefore oeiog killed. Tne
quistiou lor ihe Health Board to decide was
wnether tbe public health would oe endangered
by the establishment of the abattoir in Fiity
ninth street, it was not a question as
to wiiethei parties who had speculated
n lots in Fiity-muth street or elsewhere were to
>e losers by the establishment oi un soattoir iu
.he neighborhood, li tne ricb would not live
aear an abattoir the poor would, and their in
terests would bave to oo looked alter oy tne Board
as well as the interests ol tne Men. Be declined
io give an opinion as to wtietner au abattoir conld
be bnilt to as uot to oe a nuisance, as tbat was
tne que* ion tue Health Board were now con
sidering.
Proiessor John W. Draper. Jr., who Is connected
With the Thirty-.ourth street Abattoir Company,
explained at some lengtn tne propoeed workings
oi the abattoir in Tbiriy-lourtn street, tor which a
permit has already been granted, and argued to
ihow tbat it would be m no msuner a nuisance.
Ihe committee will meet again to-day at three
f. M.
CHARITIES AND CORRECTION.
STAMPEDE FBOil THE WOBEHOUSE?BETTBB
CASE Of LUNATICS.
President Bailey, or the Department of Chart
ttea and Correction, received yesterday a latter
iron Captain Gregory, or tbe Stboohhlp Mercury,
dated Msrcb l?. from toe port or bpaln, Island of
Trinidad. Tbe Captain reporta tbe death of Bach
McKinnon, aged aeventaen, ir in intermittent
(ever, ana sends a copy of very elaborate resoln
tionh, wnich, ne a.iys. were "passed ov tne boys of
tbe Behooianip," and wmcb read as follows:?
Whereas it has cleaned Almightr tlo.l to f?U to HU
eternal abide oar irieod ai.d ttnpuiate, Mufti Mi Kin
uou . rna more. It It
Kesolvad, ih t while we mourn ihs lo<? of one who
endearea tumteif to all on board ov hit lit eti> ?>, ie?l
and uprlgut honorable on luct. yet we know tbat "Urn
thai rultith the ragin* sea " mid noideh u? in the hol
low ol nl? nnuu ' baa witlea it. and we bow in inbmia
?ion. knowing that ite n?< called our shipmite
From earth to heaven, where a l m love.
To the blessed realms of il4ht above.
This sagaests tt?a probability ol a new poetic
4t.tr having risen among tbe yonng reprobates or
tha scnooisuip.
At trie meeting of the Commissioners or Chan
flea jesteraay me following resolution was pasaed,
Vbion looks to the better care ol insane persons:?
Ordered, that heronlter all lunatlcj received at the
3itv prisons and in?t!tutions In this department be
transferred to the a., .u m in conveyances under the
?are of an attendant, instead of iem? mveyed la tbe
prison van together with other prisoner*
President Bailey aaid jeaterday that tbe official
report in tegard to ti e escapes irom the Peniten
tiary ua Sunday eventug n*d not yet been re
ceived. Ue taougbt tin watchman had aced
witu irreat plnca and ioresight and deserved to
be comn.ended by the Board. Mr. Bailey arated
into fnut the number oi inmates oi the Workhou*e
lad i.een reduced irom i,:9j on tne 1st of January
:o the present small number of Wo, wmon waa
uwiog to two cauaes; in the Orst place, tne
weather waa oetter and work more eaay to pro
sore. and, in tne second piaca, me paupers bad
to work ao uiucn harder mat tney preferred to
tear*. As to tne rood, Mr. Bailey characterised it
as uectdediy ??hambie" and tnierior to tbat pro
tided in the hospitals. He was asked as to tha
Irequenor of the supply or pati at /bit graa or
trudied turkeys, but said those choice d,sbea
lorraed bat rarely part *t the m?n? ol tha won.
THE PUBLIC WORKS.
General Fitz John Portor Haul yestorday tliat the
working lorce of the Department oi I'ai>llc \\ orks
lud not yet been increase I to any considerable
extent. He stated also that the work of repair*
on various streets in.all parts of the city nad been
begun and would be pushed with ail the vigor
whicn the limited funds at his disposition would
allow. However, the departmeur, in order to
prosecute all the works that were necessary to it
I roper condition of tne street-, uecde-i twice as
much money us wax now at us dis ok?I. A good
many ol tue minor repairs on tne streets now
he'ii* made were under the class called "p itch
ing'' i>y tne officials 01 the department?namely,
of damages fr mi the frost, Ac. The offlce oi tho
department is still oesiegcd by poor workingmen.
whose pinched, worn laces attest their urgent
need ot employment.
Mr. J. H. Chambers, who was appointed Water
Register, at a salary of $5,i?0 a year, on Krtday, iu
place of Mr. Horatio N. Snerwood, resigned, w as
at his pobt yesterday. Ueneral Porter said that
Tammany bad nothing to do with this appoint
ment.
MUNICIPAL NOTES.
The Mayor's visit to Albany on Sunday was the
theme of discussion among the politicians about
the City Hall yesterday. Alrhough the Mayor, who
put in an appearance at his office abont two
o'clock, refused to talk on the subject of the visit,
the general Impression prevailed that he and the
Governor were at last in accord, and that, as was
intimated in the Hekald yesterday, the "home
rale" policy will be allowed lull swing in a week
or two. A gentleman connected with the city
government states positively that "thing* have
been fixed," and that the Miller bill, lathered by
Comptroller Green, will uot And favor with the
Governor's friends in the Assembly. It is asserted
that the bill will suffer an overwhelming deieat
when U comes up in tne Bouse in its regular
order.
Mr. Samuel B. Rutrgles was one of the visitor j at
the City Library yesteruuy, where lie culled to look
over the records oi tne proceedings oi, tue Com
mon Omticll of -Auld Lang svue." It seems ihut
a little over lorty years a.:o want is bow nuown
as Lexington avenue was callcd Ruggles stiect,
Mr. Haggles being the owner oi most of the
property bordering the street. The name was
changed to Lexinutou at his instance lu com
memoration of the battle of Lexington, the
unuiversary of which is soon to be cele
brated. Said Mr. Ruggles:?"In asking to have
tne name changed 1 remarked that Kuggies was a
queer name lor a street?that a man lud to puB.4
away at some time or other, but the memory of
a great event never."
city Chamberlain Tappan'a weekly report Is aa
fallows
Balance. March 31 ?1,432.415 51
Kccelpts a>
Puymeut* 7il,3ll 37
Balauco, April 10 X,6J8,018 3D
BURGLARS' DEPREDATIONS.
Captain Burden, of the Twelfth precinct, re
ported yesterday morning that burglars had en
tered the clothing store of Louis Arnheim, No.
2,207 Tmrd avenue, on Saturday night, and carried
away lorty coats, valued .it about $240. The
entrance was effected through th-j rear basement
door. The bunrlars then entered tiie store by
cutting througu tne floor.
on Saturday last burglars concealed themselves
in an unoccupied room ol the tourch flour oi the
building No. 13SI Maiden lane, occupied by sanencz.
Ilaya A Co., cigar muuulacturers, and whtn the
premises were vacated lor the night ttiey carried
away $300 worth of revenue stumps and maue
their escape through ati adjoining building.
Tho residence oi Abraham May, No. 9U5 Second
avenue, was entered by ourglars on Sunday
morning, wno srole $300 in currency and some
articles ol jewelry valued at $53.
On Saturday night the house of P. A. Goss, No.
740 Tenth avenue, was entered and pilfered by
robbers of $175 wortn of clothing.
THE HOBOKEN BANK ROBBERY.
SECOND TBIAL OF KLENEN?TE8TIMONT 07 THE
TBEABUBEB.
Frederick Klenen, the deianltlng Secretary of
the Hoboken Savings Bank, was again placed on
trial yesterday in the Court of Quarter Sessions at
Jersey City. I: will De remembered that the jury
disagreed in tne former trial.
Mr. Leon Abbett, counsel for the defence, chal
lenged the srray of Jurors on the lollowing
grounds:?Pirst, that Tbeophilm Butts, one of the
Commissions! s by whom the jurors had been se
lected, was or is interested in the btnk from
which it is alleged the money was taken; second,
that the Commissioners of Jurors had been an*
pointed by the Court which is to try the present
indictment; third, that the selection of jurors by
tne Jury Commission is unconstitutional and that
the jurors ought to have been selected by the
Sheriff of the county. The Court overruled the
challenge.
Louis Huesman, treasurer of the bank, testified
that on the 22d of April, 1872. he bought from Plsk
? Hatch $110,000 registered and $30,000 coupon
bonds; on January T, 18:8 be bougbt $20,00) cou
pon and $40,000 registered bonds; ten days after
ward be purchased $150,000 registered bonds; the
bond* purchased on January 7 he gave to Mr.
Snepherd, who wai then in the directors' room;
this room was u?eo by the officers or ttie savlnus
Bank well a* by tne officers ot the First Na
tional Bank; there were twenty $100 couuoiis and
four $10,000 registered bouda; Snepherd handed
tiicm to Klenen to take tho numbers, Ac.; witness
S4W no more ot those bonds at that time; tne bonds
were generally kep. in the inner f<aie of the
First Nations! Bank; witness saw Klen a for the
last time on the 8tti o April examining the nooks,
as was customary; something was said about a
oiscrepsncv ot $l,o>o . n the hooks: Messrs. Buds,
Crevier end Chtids wi-re with Klenen at the time;
It was arranged that tue examination should be
resumed next morning, but Klenen did not *p
pear: a few days after tie first run on tho bank,
about the 14th of April, 1873, tne witness sold
$30,000 coupon bonds of those bought in 1*:j. and
a taw data later $40 ooo or $5o,ix>o registered
bonds; also. In July or August, about $5o,ooo, and
in September Jho.ooo registered bonds.
The witness was cross-examined very mmatsiy.
The esse tor the pffocacatioa will probably be
closed lo-dajr.
MARRIAGES A>TD DEATHS.
MARRIED.
Barclay?Oldfihi.d.?Oil Thursday, April 8th, at
the residence of the bride's atepiatber, li. M. Bug
gies, Esq., by the Rev. Dr. Houghton, assisted by
the Kev. William Hitchcock, J. Searlr Barclay
to Lilik. daughter of the late Granville S. Oldfleid,
Jr., or Baltimore.
Olniy?Terby.?On Tuesday, April fl, 1876, by
Rev. ffo. P. Abbott, La Fayette Olmey, Jr., to
J ennie, daughter of Geo. Terry, Esq.
DIED.
Armbrustbr,?In White Plalna, April 12, 1875,
John armbkuster. aged 52 years, 0 months and
24 daje.
The relatives and frtenda. also tne member* of
Hebron Lodge, No. 229, I. o. of O. F? are respect
tally invited to attend tne funeral, irom draco
church, Wednesdav, at >wo o'clock P. M.
Hebron Lgdue, No. 229, 1. o. o. F.?Brothersj?
Tou are nereby summoned to meet at the lodge
room on Wednesdav, at twelve o'clock, lor the
purpose of attending the lunerai or our late
brother, John Armbnister. W. IDEN, N. G.
?P. Bkcndaue. Secretary.
Bailey.?At (teaming, on Rundav, April U, Dak- I
hi. Bailey, In the 84tn year oi his age.
Funeral services at tne residence of Jesse
Bishop, on Wed.iesdsy. April 14, at one P. M. car
riages will be in waiting at sing sing on the ar
rival ol the 0:10 A. M. train from Forty-second
atreet.
Benjamin-.?On Monday, Apr I 12, If adisom Bin
j a m in, in the 4otn year ot his uire.
The relatives and irienua of the lamily are re- ;
apcctfuliv invited to attend the lunerai services,
at 17? south Filth street, Brooklyn, E. D., at iian
past on- P. M , Wednesday, April 14. Tne re
mains will t>? taken to Bayurook, Conn., lor in*
terment.
urommer.?on Sunday, April 11, john Brommer,
In tne 70tn year ol nis age.
Relatives and irlends <>i the family are respect
fully invited to attend the funeral, on Wednesday
A^ril 14, at one o'clock P. M., from tne German
Remrnied churen. iu sufloik street, between ue
lancey and Rivington streets.
?an Francisco (Cat.) pauers please copy.
Bryant.?on Saturday, April io, 1876, at hta
residence. 20 West sixtlet i street. Daniel
aveustbr Bryant, in the 42d year oi ins age.
Tne lunerai win take puce to-morrow (Wednes
day) morning, at hali-past ten o'clock, irom the
church ot St. Paul the Apostle, corner Fifty-nlntn
atreet and Ninth avenue, where a solemn mssa
o; requiem will be celebrated. The obsequies will
be under the care of the Rev. Father Young
and Mr. Bryant'a family. To-day (Tuesdat), from
ten o'cloek A. M. HI six P.M. Mr. Brrant's re
matna may be viewed at bis late residence by hta
iriends ana the public at large, who are expressly
invited by lua bereaved wiaow ana cntldren to
tbia tareweil glance of their old-time favorite.
The gentleman selected as psli bearers will please
meet at the house at nalf-pnst nine o'clock on
Wedneaitay. Those wno have received Invitations
to the cnurch win please present rhem at the
door to secure taa seats resarved lor ttiem.
Bcrkbtt,?At Mount Vernon, N. Y., on Sunday,
?prn 11. Violet Louise, infant daugnter of Dr. B.
J. and Loniae 0. Burnett, aged 7 months and 17
34ft.
FaueraJ iron IB* residence of b?r pareits, to*
oiUm L'7u'',^ia^' ut *'90 Relative* and frteuut
lV?i u'ti1! ??'* a*' " Invited 10 attend.
hi* tilatyeai\ ' " * Ul KNA?0 COLWKl.L, ill
inIc?infi'ir*mT^?/r? frten<>? of the family are re
ie f! (i !, . iu attend tb? funeral, from his
":s. ?????
CkaK^,Twh? "JP/'K ' ?"rnl'ijr- Aoril 12. Rebecca L.
JearTbMage. * C,'Jst0- ,n tDe 79111
Dmchk0/ '11' Wedneaday'a papers.
Ci st m '.T ,'^11 ' y murmur, at live o'clock,
liiihuT>, . h.,u of ClauB D. and
Th? r i . ? u""u 7 inontiiB and 8 <mvs.
BDeoilufir mli?? 1 * 0UdB ?' tn? family are re
waux.'fW,,.?;:
M., from our realdenc e. a* ouver street.
Euotack?Oil Mond a y, lath Inat., Emily vounir
fSmVSSZtfJfff.l?""" ?
tJX"" P.M.
?OnSatur lay, loth tnst., after a llnirer
!Sj KtS ycar'of ne"r ? ft 01 S?muel Guttme?
o'clock'?1m 1 vke pl.a' * lue"dfl7, 13th ingt.. at two
Btre^Hrookiin"'E.U,? reliiaeuce' luo
res!d.n??"0?r t?'!? 111 ? dajr or Prll, 1875. at the
atreat. Hrnnkft P**eut?, No. 230 Cumberland
??!?> st'a /? s-,s!?sfed,s,wM""
f< "y mlued^o aupn,i i;, ,or ,ne fara1^ respect
u??? to atteud the luuerai .-erviop* ?.t th?
SRfSH^y 5F *"?SfMMf
Hook, widow oi tne la te John Hook **
kISE*Es ^rss"
Seconrt avenue ? ' Ko. 47
) ..r'sf.'is: 5Kr. vistsM"""
i!S2 arwfcir? ? ?sss'?
JOBES?On Mature a V, April 10 1875 Mra Mm*
\jOBB3, in the ?iu m Jar OI her a'A. ART
^ f relative* and irionda of the family are re
*a\e reaidencete(prn J U u tlie ^KomVe*
W^Ve*? ? ?aat
j tue lluiruuuot enure i *? BUU '"ree o ciock at
.swsswbs, 'isffir1''?"'
oi fhe "weu/ih boc'Jr l??f l"e ,amlly and morabers
i v&S^i^'^sssiss^iig
14, at three o'clock J ' M ' Wedu?"d*J. April
?4?''?^";rSar5 "I i'o'SAfil"*- ""*?
^?.fesr.xsssr -r
II,r aouT at Ihair8^ w'" be oir?rjU ior t"" reuoae of
sr,s
"'lWssw ? r ?"?vn?';oir,!.'ir
?5ar&..,K: ?arsssvimi^ ???
jS'rH; "\'Ta ten
0 tlocic A.JM., ii o m tne r#*si<Jeuce of hid t)f*r#*nv?r?
8t"'!et* 0?^r Third avenue.
w iln t "? 1 Monday. April 12,1875 William
1 mS mSn't. ?i!r,W w
u^n 0,1 w o 'nondav, at one o'clock
SI TUassiS:???"?
^oticc of iUQerT ii hereafter.
VSr'li ?S"i
oonun^*' "0U 0f
#SSiSS?
PAYTON O.f j?fUoT5d b?/ondPtoo c!.Jrch A"
ll'viw-"MS iltt: JRS
police or in a era! hereafter.
m--1CiiAKI>!io L _lu UrooKiyn. on Sunday Anril 11
7?wris i ?issr-.ffirs v .
?;v?r oTsir^r""' 'cu*um
Notice of 1 o nerai hereaiter.
jle.arivea t vnd friends of the famtlr are rean.pt
lnlly invite 1 to attend tne lunerTl irom hi? ut?
residence, M 0. 2 Eaatman terrace 'tiiiaTrniSni ?
afternoon, 1 .t oalf-paat two o'clock <rn???>*')
.^.LTpx.- 4 iunuav. April 11, 1*76, al nli late
i?Si mr" *?? V2SEB
v.l _?n Sunday mornlncr. ADrii 11
"d J'S wiafa??a4Sfd C# "year?.monthl
Z'JcT" 5 ?? >?"
MILK AMD CREAM.
V "? * III'LL M CO., ? TO ?4~NOKTH
i\ . Moor ? *treet?I'ure cream delivered in any part
of New \o f .. Brooklyn or Jersey City. nod thipped
packed in 1 IJ to any town betwaen Moiton and wnu
in* to*.
MATIUMOIIAL.
AOKKT U3IA.N. IN BUSINESS IN THE CITY,
aged . S> desire* the acquaintance of a vouni; ladv of
?ocial cliar. u >eri*tic* and conirollluit lier own time and
affair*; obj * ct. matrimony. Add re* Mul bul.N, box 1W
Herald o(H ? .
CLOTHINW. _
AT KDH I UD MILLER'S WELL KNOWN K-TAB !
lUbim i t. C8 sixth avuH, near Waverley place' i
the uinioit f Aloe paid tor ca*t oil Clothing, Carpet*. Ac.
by calling! I . or addrcailng Mr. or Mra. MIi.LEK.
AT B. M I NTZ'S. MM TillrtD AVENUE, BETWEEN
Twcnt ? tli and Twenty-Urn *tr?*W?The utiuo*t
value paid ' Q caati lor ca?t-off Clothing, Carpet*. Jew
elry. a no a by poat punctually attended to by Mr. or
Bra MUftJfc
UCL< 1 HI NO ?II. IIF.lt/ S? BROADWAY. NKAR
Hurt entn sireet. nav* the higheit price* tor la
ill'v ana t eiitlemmr* Wearing Apparei; note by mail
will be pro i iptly attenJed to.
AT *. M* UK >' WELL KNOWN ESTABLISH Ml. NT
101 81 i th avenue, <>ppo?iie Eighth street, mid al our >
branch, 71 I ivtli avenue, ladiea and gentlemen can re
c ive ihe i.i most value in ca*h for tneir ca*t-ol> clothing.
Carpet'. J>i .velrv, Lace*, Ac F.eaae call at or addrete
In burnt* J a* above, l adle* waited on by Mr*. Mark*.
l'iea*e try ? md ?ati*fy youraelvea Order* to Brooklyn
promptly ? Attended to.
It Til g WEHTKRN AOENT MORE?RECEIVING
. \ larg t order* to purcltaae Weariug Apparel. Ladie*
and genii ? men will ulrt*' take parlcular notice thereof
to reeelv ? the following price*For ?uk Lre*?e?. $A to
$74; ???!. I en. $1 10 $16; t oaU$3to $20; I'ant*. $1 to $?:
Carueta, I c.. In calling oti or addressing Mr. or Mra
BOtlfeNR I KU. 146 7tb av.. I wo door* above Went 24th St.
AT B HARRIS' NhW ESTABLISHMENT. 1,178
Hroa lw?v, near l wentv eigmh street. ladies and
(enneiiKii , recetv* the highest value for ? a?t off M earing
Apparel. Call or aodret*. Broadway price* paid.
At third avenue. k. ah iwentv-thibd
?tr< h t. LKON pay* highest cath plice* lor ladle*'
and gen .1 -tinon' Wearing Apparel, i arpeta, Ac. Ladie*
are wai 4 J on by Mr*. Leon.
AT 81 I -IX I H AVENUE, NEAR WAVERLKY PLACE,
la U >? and gentlemen can receive the utmost valua
lor ca*t ?> iff Clothing. Ac. Call on or addrea* Mr. or Mra
MAMKI2
AtfIatto*. ri"iown well known estab
li <1 itnent M6 >l*th avenue, Corner of Forty-*lxth
street, g rcat price* will be paid tor ladle*' and gentle
men - ? aatoff C utiilng, Ac. wanted tor tne southern
and W ? 4tern market*: w H par for Dre*eei from $ii)to
$??; c a it*. $5 to $2i): Panin, $2 to if. Addrets Mr. or Mra
>LAi 1 o. No. 81<) nixth avenue.
HA r INO RECEIVED LARUE ORDERS for LADIES'
a ud gentle men'* Wearing wiparel ami Carpets,
it com >el* me to pay these prices:-Kor Dun**, $A to
$i*5: i) .at*. $4 to $JU; I'ant*, $1 to $<j. Fie ne call on or
addri * ? Mr. or Mr*. HAUkis. ItU Seventh avenue.
J! MA9UR NO. 2M SEVEN I'll AVENUE?PAYS
? ihe li.phait ra*h price* tor l*<li?*' and gentlemen'*
ca<t i .ff Clothing and caruei*. Give blm a call and con
trin ? , youraelf. _
\4 ? dOLK.SALE and he 1 ail dealers im cloth
vt mg are invited to call at the MRTROPoLlfAN
PR C silSu KifABLIAHMEN f, In ike lieran Banding,
lo I Li tain eitimau* on their printing, wairt eaa M
mm I tally done tbare at *xoe*aiagl/ low pneea
AMINEMKMIN.
I -V
! /JRA.ND OPE UA UOl'sE.
' CARRIAGES CAN BE ORDERED AT 10:45.
WE CBALLKN~TIIK WORLD
! to produce anything to <? iuui the gorgeous tale <>?_
enchantment,
! AHMKI>, A I: M.I) AHMED,
, AHMED, AIIMiil). AHMED,
| AHMED. AHMED. AHMED,
PUoNOUNCEl) BV Til K PRRSJI AND PIBLIC
THE MOST MAGNIFICENT
SCENERY.
MUSIC.
BALL El'8,
DRESSES,
MOUNTINGS,
GROUPINGS
AND EFFECTS
EVER SEEN IN AMERICA.
GRAND MATINEE EVERY SATURDAY. AT 2
O'CLOCK.
GRAND MATINEE bvrky SATURDAY, AT 3
O'CLOCK.
Box office ouen Iroin 8 A M. to 5 P. M.
CTH AVENUE THEATRE.
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Proprietor tad Manager Mr. AUGUSTIN DALY
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ninth WEEK.
87TH TO B41U PERFORMANCE.
HOUSES CROWDED! II TaCGHTER INCESSANTI
EVERY NlUilT AT &
LADIKS'^MATINKR
satcrdav, i.so.
B
OWERY OPERA UOU8K, 301 BOWERY.
UAHliV KENNEDY, the Woiulerlul Ventriloquist,
m the Matinee this aitcruoou. o'clock
PIAKOVORTUS, OKK.VSS, diC.
AIfOR RUNT, UPRIGUt. SQUARE AND OKAND
? Pianos of our own mtiko; ?No lor sale, a number
or Hue second hand Piano*, in perfect order. WILLIAM
K.NAHK X Cu., ,\o. 11'J rifth avenue, utiove Sixteenth St
* ORKAT OFFER-HORACE W VTKRS 4 SONS. 481
J\ Broadway, will disoose oi I"0 Pianos ami Organs of
Hrttcl*"!* matters, including Waters', at extremely low
prices, tor cash. during tills month, or part cash and bal
ance in small uioiiilily payments. The same to leu
A?$IOi>?BEAU IIITL ROSEWOOD PIANOFORTE
. ami stool; Pianos to rent $s per month; Instal
menu received: new instruments exceedingly low.
OOLLiaMl 1 H'S, it Bleccker street, near towerv.
A RARE CHANCE TO BUY STkINWAY, CUlt'K
erlng, Weber ami other tlno upright and square
Pianos auu organs; on instalments and lo rent.
h. X. MALL ? CO., la East 14th sr.
4 T STEEDMAVH OLD E-TABLI.SHKD WAKE
A rooms. S3 W est Sixteenth street?A line stock of
Pianos, the best and cheapest in tlie city. Call and seu
before deciding elsewhere.
At LOSING OUT SAL!'.? LARGE AND ELEGANT
stork Pianos at half price, or ter administratrix;
lullv warranted ami all the latest Improvements. U.
uaKMOKl estate, S<B Bleeckor street
* LADY DESIRES TO SELL HEit ELEGANT 7
J\ octave overstrung Piano, carved case and legs, cost
$300, tor tn\ with C over and stool. Can be seeu at itti
Bowery, near lhird avenue. ________
A BEAUTIFUL PIANO?ONLT S10 i ; STKINWAV
Pianoforte, 7 octave, carve l legs, overstrung bass,
every Improvement; great sacrifice lor cash.
j. BIDDLE, li Waverley place, near Broadway.
t SHOUT TIME LONGEK TO BUY PIANOS AND
J\ Organs at the reduced price, on account of removals
org in, seven stop. *!!>? 7 ootave Pianos. $110: rent $3
to $.>; .-tetr.wav Piano, sacrifice. PEEK k SON, 11
Clinton place. Eighth street, near Broadway.
A DECKER A BllOS. 7M OOTAVK PIANOFORTE
tor sale at sacrifice; a brilliant toned, richly
Curved four round ro?ewood c ise, full auraiTe overstrung
Piano. having all improvements, printed guarantee, bill
of sale, cost W\ torBiBO: Stool. Cover; box tor shir
ping; UM d only 8 mnuilis. Parties In search of rtrst class
Instrument would >lo well to call and examine, v B ?
Also parlor, library, chamber and dining Furniture, in
lots to >uit. at (jutrter cost, fail flra story brown stone
private residence 47 West Itith st.
\ T $lftO-A CHIClCElllNO R0SEW003 FOUR
A ?ouml corner*J Pianoforte, lull iron frame, latest
Improvements: also 7 octave rosewood carveu legs up
right Piano Stodart maker, at a sacrifice. 26 3J street
near bowery^ ? .
A RARE OPPORTUNITY.?MAGNIFICENT 7% OC
tare lour round corner grand souare Steiuly A
Sons' Lucca Pianoforte, lo nliant tone, > ai lv i>e w, cost
$l,0u0 lor $tu>; Moot, Cover, box lO' shipping; a ro e
wood 7*? oetave Decker Pianoforte, $.'.?... also magnifi
cent Parlor suits. in sa In tiro,mle, cost for $175;
one do., $100: chamber, library, (ilntng Furniture: a
sacrlilce. Call and see the beautiful Pianos before pur
cnasing elsewhere. 101 West Twenty-eighth street, near
sixth avenue.
\ bRILLI \N f TONED 7S OCTAVE. FOUR LARGE
2\ round Windsor l'ianofore. used eig!it months,cott
$s..O, lor J.TS, one rosewood Bradbury Piano, cost $itw,
for $J J; Music cabinet, Mool. Cover, Box for shipping;
aiso Parlor uit, in satin, cost $GU, for *i>': rep suit,
seven pieces $3u: Carpets. Mirrors, Painting*. Bronzes,
China, .-silverware. Bedroom nits. Extent on rabies.
Bullet, China. Ac. Call at private residence 120 WestZSd
street, near .-Ixfh avenue. X. B.?Don't buy nntll you see
and lo'ir the toue ot tlios- Ins-rumeu.>- iiouse open
from ? A. M. to 8 >?. M 1.-0 West SLM St.
A BARGAIN ? CARVED ROSEWOOD 7 OCTAVE
iV Pianoforte, rotiu l corners, modern Improvements,
celebrate.! makers, $100; sio.n, cover ineloded. J*:s East
3Uth street, between 2d and W aveuues
/MUCKERING. DO AN. BRADBURY AND OtHER
V second hand Pianos tor sale, i heap for casb or in
stalments. Ware room 112 We.t Fourteenth street
Ij'OR SALE?ON ACCOUNT OF QOINO AHttOAD?A
I rosewoOtt Plauo, 7", octave, double rouml; a
Wheeler A WiUoa sewing Machine (fnli black walnut
case). Carpet: Household Furnitura- Inquire at 7V St.
Barn's place.
F^OR taO-ELKOANT ROSRWOOD PIANOFORTR.
lour round, rlehly oarved case, 7% octave, agraffe
overstrung Ac. : cost $U0>; lias guarantee, .-tool. Cover,
Box. also Household nirnmire in lota; must be sold.
Call private residence ZiO West 2lst ?t
MANUFACTURERS OF PIANOFORTES WILL FIND
it to their interest to obtain estimates from Hie
METROPOLITAN PitlNlINO ESTABLISHMENT iU
Broadway, before having their printing done elsewhere.
ONE OP BTKINWAY'S VERT BEET GRAND SALON
Pianos, quite new. for sale at a low price, owing to
departure lor Europe, at 311 West i weuty-tbir.t street.
PIANOFORTKS. SECOND HAND, COMPRl.-INO
UranrK Squares. Uprights in thorough or.ler, lor
sale at low prices also" Pianofortes to ren . of our own
manuiacture, by Chickerlng A So is, II Kasi tourteeatll
street between droadway and Filth avenaa.
Rosewood piano, $7? six stop prince oroan*
17ft; g. o I Pianos, rent $i: stelnway. $ti, Cblckering*
$3; Weber, $?>; rosewood Melodeou. $40.
OOK1N>N A SON, IS Fast Fourteenth straeL
?tTERY CHEAP FIRST CLASS 7'4 OCTAVE PIANO?
V Which was taken for debt. Can be seen at HENRY
BERK'S (liu ? Dealer, 281 Pearl street, near Fnlton. Call
betvraen 1 and ft P M.
DAiVCIXH ACADEMIES.
A -J. SAUSE'S DANCING ACADEMIES-CLASSES
? at M i-*>nic lull, lit Kasi litttistreet. Brevoort Hall,
Iftt l ast 5?th street PKIVAlE LfcS.-ONS at any hour.
CIKCi^laBs at private academy. 2IJ haat litn street.
MACPHKRSON'S ACADrMY OF DANCI.Nti. ?I0
w est Forty-elfhtb street, near Broadwat .?Classes
now forming lor the summer saason. ri is t< h< ol win
remain open until July 1 Private lessons at ail hours.
Reception folree every Wednesday availing at i.
Tllh METROPOLITAN PRINTINO ESTABI.lsHME.VT
is at 21S Broadway, in tlie Herald Building.
fMHI ' A?a
Art hale. ari sale. art sale.
SOMaRVILLE GALLERY. 8! FIFTH AVEKUB,
Monday and Tuesday evenings, at b p. r.,
PAKIS saloon- P1CIURKS?ttertrnnd s ?Ophelia,'1
Oartel's "liora of Ages." De \eu?ilie s "Soldier ot tha
l.lna, ' Chaplin's "the Babe.'' cresman's In hull
Dre?s,'' Pabst's "Alsace. Present ami f uture." Bonne
? liaison's "Morning in Normandy," Pabst's 'Preparing
Crowns anil Fiowers to Welcome the i-rench soldiers,'1
De Poulili's "Environs ot Naulea'' Also examples by
tne following distinguished artists ??Arnberg, Ineilen
bacb. Boutaii, Cunv. Mellows, liaminnu. Compotos'o,
Bronn. Pi cuti Thorn. Wlnttridge, cbampnev, t ropsesk
De Bergue. ?cnaeteio. Prolpot, .Noel and others ol equal
promlueuce. K. ?oM, RVlLi.e;
BOLUROSi
* PINE STOCK OF STANDARD BILLIARD
il. i ai'ies, new and second band, popular stvles ana
low prices. Fine ornamenral Cues and the largest and
best stock of Billiard Arucies In tlie country.
U. W. COLLKMJKRs Til ltroailway.
American standard bevel table*-with
Deianee s wire cushions, solely used In all < liam
plonsblp and maicti garnet. second hand Tables at great
bargains Call and examine.
W. II. GK1F rra A CO., 40 Vesay street.
Dealers in and manufacturers of bil
Hard tables will Mod. by examination, that or
cheap and styiisii Printing of any description the
METROPOLITAN PRINTING ESTaBLISHME.Ni, Hi
Broadway, oannot be surpass 1
HELAN S BILLIARD TaBLBS FOR $\LK ONLY
t>hela:
L\(
X I billiard tables for $\lk only
UbVHOb; E. PR ELAN, g$ East f ouraeuth
iw York i Mi uhastaat auaat, Pauadaigal*.
w
AMlsMKKXTd.
,'Al.LAi K S
1'iourictjr and Vintter. .Mr. I.ESTEB WALLACE
Door* opto at7 -A). Couimeni-e* at 8 o'clock. _
EVhlt Y EVi.NINO AM) ,>ATITRDAY MAIMEE
will be presented ? romantic play In a prologue ana
louru-ts, i untied
BAP A EL,
?uli _
ENTIRELY NEW BCENKltY, C08TUME3, APPOINT
.M ? N I' - ASI> Ml Mr.
OHAItACrKRS It V Mr. II J. MONTAGUE, Mr.
IIaKUV BECK KTI, Mr. J W. CAKKOLL, Mr J. ?.
POLK, Mr. E PLYMProN, Mr C. K. EDWIN, Mr. W.
J. LEON ABU. MUh ADA DYaS, Miss JEFKttKYS
LEW I-, Mine. POMSI, Milt DOHA GuLDT HWAIl'E.
MU? KAH. BABI LETT, Miss FLOBA MAO DONALD
and Kk. IDA FOBTESt I E.
Seats eau be in. I two weeks in advance.
I' YCEIM THEATRE -K[Vr<>111?TO-NJOHT.
J Last night and to moriow's innttnee ot Mine. ADE
LAIDE Blslold (MarmioUeu I'.el rilloi
TO-NIGHT, I.ASi HIS TOKI NIGHT.
LAST NIOHT OK KlsTOBI !> I\GLIaH 1KA0EDY,
HJCREI'IA ItOlllilA.
RISTORI in her famous role. LUCRETIa HOICOIA.
Alter which Muie/ itlsioRl will enactior the laat time
IN ENGLISH tun ? elebrated
SLnBP-WALKING SCeNK, iroiu MACBETH.
Hlsioitl (last time In Engiishi AS LADY MACHEiTH.
Wednesday afternoon, April M. KI^TOItl MaTIs'EE.
La?t and only periarinance of MARIE ANTOINETTE.
Grand Gala BLSTlBi WM.DNl.dUAY MAlINEK.
BWTOBI Clutt appearance In N. Y.) at Marie Antolnetta.
Bistort Matinee Prlcea.?Admission $i. heais $l extra.
THUltSHAY. April 15. Ulsiori's Farewell to Ncwari.
PBIDAY. Am 11 16. ONLY NIGHT IN BROOKLYN OP
JUST OBI IN ENGLISH TRAGEDY.
KISTOKI MATIN KB TO-MOBROW AFTERNOON.
ONLY WEDNESDAY MAlINEK OF rtl.SIOBL
ONLY MARIE ANTol.N ET I'l-. MA UN I.E.
LYCEUM THEATRE, In Morrow Afternoon, at 1:3ft
ONl.Y BISTOKI WEDNESDAY MATINEE AND
Only Matinee oi Giacometti's grand historn-ai drama,
MAK1E AN J GIN r.TTE, MA It IE ANTOlNETlE,
expressly written lor Ristori's Amerieau Tour.
BISi OKI in her famous role. Marie Antoinette
Admission >1; seat. (1 extra, cau now be secured.
LYCKl'M THEATRE. aimek to-morbow.
SPECIAL NO HOE.?Reappearance ot AIM i-.E.
To morrow, positively reappearance or aimbe.
MI.LE. AIMEK
will positively appear on
WEDNESDAY. IHUKSIMY. FBI DAY. SATURDAY,
togcttier with Mile. OvNDON and Mous. Dfc BEER.
Last Nights ot AIM EE in LA JOLlK PA It El.' M E USE
the sprightlieal ot trench Operas Bouttv.
AIMEE, In her ordinal creation. BOSK MICHON
unuuiniousiv declared lier best character.
GREAT 1111 OF LA JOLlK PA BFl'M E USE,
which enjoyed a run ol ?"<) nights In Paris.
LA JOLIK PaRFUMlUBE,
THE JOLLIES! OP KB EN i 11 OPERAS BOUFKE,
produced with new scenery, costumes, properties, ap
pointments. perlect hum? hi h cue, the cost neluiing,
AiMi'.E, in her oriirinui creation KOtsi*. MICHON
AIMEE: M A l IN EE ill Brooklyn next Saturday.
Only pertorinanee ot La JoLIE FARE U ML USE.
ROOKI.YN ACADEM Y-RlsToKI IN ENGLISH
IB AG ED Y. FRIDAY EV'G.. April 18, Gala MgUi
Positively Rlsto^l's lu-t nwht in Brooklyn,
aud her omy anuearince In English Tratreay.
First production >?: Victor Hugo's LuOitZl A BORGIA,
after which Mme uistorl will ena'-t in English
THE SLki-.P-WAl.KlNG SCENE ? BOM MACBETH.
seiitsS-': at Brooklyn Academy and 114 Broadway, N. Y.
AIMEE MATINEE IN BRi .OKLYN, SATURDAY.
Brooklyn Acal-my, Saturday atternoou,
GRAND GALA AIMEE MATINEE.
Only appearance unj inrewell to Brooklyn, of
Mile MA IIIE AIMEE
and the compu te French Opera Boulfo Company, irotn
the Lyceum Theatre. N. Y Fir?t production ol Offen
bach's lainous LA JOLIE PARKl'MEUSE.
Admission $1. Reserved Seats SOc. extra.
pARK TUEATBE. LAST NIGHTS
LAST NIGHTS OP
Mr. FRANK MAYO
B
DAVY CHOCKETT,
a romance of the forest, Id which there are no Indian* or
murders.
M 1st ROSA HAND a* KLKANOB VAUGHN.
LAS I MUHTS.
LAcT NIGHTS.
LAHi NItlH I
MAUN EH UATUKDAY.
Matin ke Saturday.
Mrs. f. b. conwavs Brooklyn thkatre.
hvery trenins and Saturday Matinee.
the icreat play. adapted by S. Hart Jacltion, Esq., en
titled THE TWO ORPHANS,
with new Scenery, Costume*, Properties, Decora
tioiis, Ac., Ac.
Stats secured one week In advance.
Bowery opkka house, iui bowkry.
1WO PbRFOHMANGER TO-DAY.
Afternoon. o'clock I Evening, at 8 o'clock
Cora httelle ? it i.let iroupe Mons. Blandowskl's -ousa
20 Heautnul . I tlon. The Bowery Duchess.
And the enure company appear at each performance.
rpHEAIRE CO.MIQUE,
t 81* BROADWAY.
Mr. JOSH HART Sole Proprietor
First week ot the only and original
MAJ iLIO.Afe.
OHARLEi ?n<1 the b#4utl,ul
Miss MARIE MAJILTOM.
Mr. I.AREY TOOLEY. I second week of
Mr. WM. BARKY Mtu KITTY O'NEIL
Mr. O. H. .tUAVi I on the Lanoatbira OUg.
H ARl: 1 <: \ \ AM) DART In two new sketches.
APRIL FOOL: Oil 1MB
CHRISTENING PAR Y.
aru AVENUE norEL;
OK, THK SIGHT CLERK'-l TROUBLES.
Mis* NELLIK 61'. JOHN, Miss AlICE BE>KETT.
Mr. JOB* WILD, Mr. WM. C'AKTKR,
Mr. CHAS. WHITE, Mr. O. L. SToUTii.
B. M. CARROLL tSU SON
and the entire company In
A -NKW uLIO.
Concluding with the i o "ic Drama,
WliU sTOLE TlIK MONKEYT
MATINhE Wi DNfcSD.AY AND SATUBDAY.
C^EBMAMA THE M RE. FOUBTEEATH STRRET.
T ADD. NUFXDORFF Director
TUr.sDA Y. APRIL I t, D.'.BLETZ l t? BRIEF,
Comedy. in ihree scU by .var Jon.
Box office open daily, irom e:*)to 4 o'clock.
C-tOU KINN'R PARK THEATRR. BROOKLYN.
j Nightly and Wedn esday and Saturday MATINEES.
FIRS I WKEK OK
NOVKLTY COMBINATION NO. &
30 C.K.Ar STAK PERFOKMEICS.
CHAXOik company and bill this week.
Admission only 16c.. sic., 80c. and 78c.
Bowery oB*iRA uourk, an bowkry.
THE GRANDEST BILL or THE !?EaSON
at the Matime this afternoon.
Ladles admitted tree Friday nights to reserved seats.
CTBINWay halu Tubo. tiiomas.
> ON FRIDAY EVKNIXO, APRIL IS AT IK, AND
ON fcATDKWAY AF'l hKNoON AT ?. THKODORK
IHOMAS' LAST CONCERTS OK THE HEAbON.
XoLOWf. MISS ANNIE LOUI-K CARY,
The distinguished Prima Douna Contralto will inaka,
ou these occa?um<. her la?t appearance in New Yor*.
MR. II. V BISt'lorK, TKMJR.
Symphony No. 2, In i>. Op. .16 Beethoren
Aria. "Che I aro .-en/* urlulce orpheus" Uljiek
Miss anNIE LOLIS.. CARY.
Hilder aus osten illrst time) Schuman
Slgmnnd'tlorc -ong. Walkncte (tlr?t time) Wagner
Mr II. A. BIMOHOrf.
Scherxo. "La Ki ine Maljy ou In (lee dee-onfeA... Rerlloa
Arietta. "In Uuesta lomba"? Beethoven
Miss ANNIE LOUISE CART.
;? elections from "Lie Metstersluger ron Nuernberg."
Introduction. )
Walter - Prize ona,' Third a t (first time) Wagner
Overture. )
VOCAL PABT8 BY MK. H. A. BISCIiOFF.
ON SATURDAY AKTf.RNOON. APRIL 17. AT X
l.AHT GRAND MATINhE.
Admission tickets. $l reserved seat*. 89c. extra, can
now be had at steinwav Mall, at Xoa 701 and 114 Broad
way, and at No. S3 Union square.
i cademv or Mysioi italtav opera.
A WEDNESDAY I VLNINU. *ortl 14. atS,
last iime <?r lombka.
FRIDAY EVf.MNO?11, TIIoVa TORH.
DtBI r or Ml.LK. hMMA SAl'KKL
8ATUKDAY. LAST MATINEK. Af 1-.U
Monday, April id?krnani.
DKHL'l or MI<* O. MOHALBL
Admission ?t Hewr\ed > oats, 11 ntri. Boies, ta
an<l ?lo Family Circle, 51 cants.
seats at Academy. 701 anu 114 Broadwty.
B
OWERY oi ERA MOUSE. 201 BOWBBY.
THE WORLD RI NOWNKU M1ACO BROTHRB8
at the Matin -e this afternoon t\ o'clock.
B
OOTH'S fllFATRB. KXTRA.
Clioicm SEAT* Fori HIONOLD'S RKVhPIi
lor sale at DooD'H I- xpreet nflica, D44 Broad war.
Jake berry.?thirty-rocrth strekt opera
II.iu*', U'tween ->e oad anl Tnird avenaes. -ihe
DL'TCH Jl'l'Or.-i aM every nnrht. Matinees Wednes
day and >atur lay at X. Reserve i opera chairs It cents.
A
* MPMCAL
TENOR, OOOD VOICE AND QUALIFICATIONS,
. _ seek- an eu*atrnnent in quartatte from Mar I;
fully laminar with all Protastant services. AAdrem A
O. box is i Herald office.
a .ENOB, WITH A FlJIh AND WELL CULTI
J\ rated voice, is open lor an eiiKavment in a good
ouaret rhon- <alary expec e l moderate. Add re as
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VJ AM BROADWAY.
Mr. JOHN F. POOLE Manaitar
1HH FAMILY THEATRE UK THE It .? TKOPOLIa.
THE BYNES,
ERNEST ami OK i .AKD,
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ltd liU School ol
THE hOtrCAT' U UD')i?.
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IN Miss ANNIE MORUAV.
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AMERICA. Mi*s ADDIE FARWELU
Mis* MAEIE CON.NEL .V.
Miss I'KAKL THoR.ViON.
MATINEKB WEDNESDAY AND SATUltUAY AT R
LYMPIC THEATRE, _
LYMPIC THEATRE, G24 BROADWAY.
THE YOUNG.
beautiful.
GRACEFUL.
FEARLESS
LADY GYMNAST.
LEuNi dark.
0
leona dare,
IN HER
HER
TERRIKIC flight
FROM GALLERY TO STAGE ?
OF THIS
IMMENSE THEATRE.
THE BEHOLDERS SPELLBOUND.
AWE STRICKEN,
until at ihe conclusion of her marvelloui feati.
THE ENTIRE AUDIENCE
BREAKS FORTH _
IN ONE PKOLOHGED
OUTBUR?l OF APPLAUBR.
NOTHING LIKE IT IN
THE ANNALS OF THE STAGE.
Mile. LEONA DARE,
POSIIIVELT
THE MARVEL OK 1HE PRESENT AOR.
her supernatural Tekformancb
MARKS AN ERA
IN THE HISTORY ??
OF PUBLIC ENTEKTAINMRNTBI
IT IS THE
TOWN TALK.
SOMETHING TO REMEMBER.
fOOD'S MUSEUM. WOOD'S
THIS
TV
EVENING AT 8.
OUTER DOt'D BY HON.
Mrs. KAIK HYftON,
in the sensation,
BEN
McCULLoUGH.
Connor. Ketchum. Wood,
Stewart, sanat'ord.
AFTERNOON AT 1
LOCI- ALDRI< H.
LOUIS)-; sylvester,
T. L. CONNOR.
GEOKGe KETCH UM,
in the romantic Fifty,
TrtE ?
COESICAN BROTH BRA
BOOTH'S THEAIRE. TENTH WEEK.
JAKRhTT k PALMER Lessees and Manager*
HENRY V..
tne grandest Shakespearian spectacle ever cro 1 noel.
and which has already been witnessed by l>>2,frxi de
ligated people. is now completing tne 1ENTH WnEK oI
its remarkable run.
Mr. GEORGE RIGNOLD,
the distinguished player, in nis great part of THR
YoUNG Mu.NaRCH. for the ilriy-iixth to the seventy
second times.
HENRY V.
EVERY NIGHT ana the SATURDAY MATINEE.
1'UK SCF.NEKY
ia unsurpassed lor bcautv nnd grandeur. and inoludM
KINO HENRY'S London RECEPTION.
Thia is the most animated scene ol the grept niece. TtM
wun.iertnl broee^sion ol the returning vlotoriou< army
and the uopulaue of London throng.ng tne streets near
old Temple Bar are represente I by an auxiliary force.ol
nearly FOUR HUNDRED MEN, WOMEN AND CHIL
DKEN. During this exciting act the tamed f ULL
CHIME OK CHUBOH BELLS is rung.
special?On MONDAY ..VENING, April 26,
NEILSON
in her great impersonation ot'
AMY BoBSART.
BOOTH'S THEATRE. SPKCIAI*
THE rignold BKNEFIT PKRFORMANCE
BUG IN- AT ONS O'CLOCK.
Doors will be opened at 12i10,
BOOTH'S THEATRK. . matinee.
NEXT SATURDAY. APRIL 17.
will be given tho LAST MATINEE but one of bene?
V.. anil It will al-to be the LASl' MATINEE appearand
but one ot Mr. KIONOLD as the YOUNG monarch.
SEAiS CAN NOW BE SECURED.
B
OOTH'd THEATRE.
THURSDAY AFTERNOON neit. April Ifr. FIRST
BUNK KIT ot Mr. RIGNOLD, upon wblch special oocailoa
he will appear In two character* contrasting greatly
with that of Henry V.
CLAUDE MELNOTTE In THE LADY OP LTOSft
WILLIAM In BLACK-EYED SUSAN.
To live additional intereat to the event tbe oharmlnf
comedienne,
Mis* FANNY DaVENPORT.
of the Fifth Avenue Tneatre. who hat Wlndlv volua.
teered. l>v the courteous consent of Mr. Augtutla Daly,
will appear tor the first time a<
PACLl.SE DESOH APELLE3.
Ml<a M AUIMk""OBAN'GER.
the popular artist*-, w.iose Kind volunteering prompt f
met with the do.lie indorsement ot ber manager*, will
appear tor <ne first lime as
BL.ACki-r.YED SUSAN'.
Beata can now be secured. Box offloe open daily fro*
8 A. M to 10 P. M.
BOOTH'S THEATRE. RIGNOLD'S BENEFIT.
THURSDAY NKXT,
first appearance ot the diatlnuuiahed coined lea ne.
Mi** FANNY DAVENPoRT,
of the Fifth Avenuu Theatre, and for tnia occawon only,
having kindly volunteered, receiving tne generous per
mission oi Mr. Daly, in tbe caaiacter 01
PAULINE, THE LADY OF LYONB.
V Seata can be eecured.
Bowery opera house, ui bowery.
CORA ESTELLE'S P\ rtl.il AN BALL T TROUFB
will appear at the Matinee tbU afternoon.
Ladle* admitted free Friday evening to reserve J seata
/lOLOSSKUM. COLOSSEUM.
C AKTERNOOX AT a. P EVENING ATT
j TRAINED BIRDS. A AERIAL SUSPENSION
PARIS
Enchanted Cabinet. I Mldniaat Storm
i S Illuminate!
LEO. BY MUHT.
ADMISSION. SOc.
BOWtRY THEATRE.
THIRD WEEK
I ABOUND THE WORLD
IN 8d DAYS.
RECONSTRUCTED AMAZONIAN MARCHES.
BY iJO BEAUTIFUL YOUNG LADIES.
MATINEE EVERY SAI L'RDAY.
Seat* may be aecured alx dava In advance.
Panorama
OniLDBkN, g>
CAN KRANClsCO MINSlBEL-i. I BIKCH,
OA.V FRANCISCO MINSTRELS. I WAMSOLD A
Si AN FMANCISOO MINSTRELS. I BACKUS.
New opera House, Br.ia iway and Twenty-ninth street
Immense success ol the Burlesque
SPELLING VATCH. | The Youn? Actor*. | Every Nlfht
SPELLING MA It'll I I Thought You W a*. I Every NigM
SPELLING MATCH. I MCHUOu I Every llWtH
Just Pear WAMBOLD sing
LITTLE KoBIN, 1 ELL EIT1Y I'M OOKiKQ."
EVERYTHING NEW. FltESH AND PPARKLING.
People bnving ladders to peek in the windowa
Places aecured. Matinee SATURDAY, at 1
Bowery opera holsB. aoi bowery.
GRAND MATINEE I LaDIEs ADMI TTFD FREE
Todav. at SV* o'clock. I FRIDAY NIGHTS.
Cora LatciM'e Ballet troupe and Tbe Bowery DacheA
KOBINSON HALL. HIbERNIOOB
Sixteenth street, near Fifth avenue.
Kverv evening thli week, at s o'clock. CHARLBf
MaCEVoY's famous original HIBERNIcoN The be
witching acenery of Ireland illuetrated. and tbe geaaa of
Irish mlmtre'sv rendered by competent artist*. who
will appear In a oroiirainm* replete with National
s-ongs. Dueta, Inatrumenui moJos. Chora-** Charaeter
l>eiineationa, *c. A melange of mirth music, paths*
and mimicry. Adralealon, SOc.. reserved sea la, 7So. i
gallerv. s?c : e tildren. J4c.
MATINER W hl?Nr.iDAT AND SATURDAY.
Evenings with thk great musicians.
J. N. PATTIHON'S
Lecture, st ub pianoforte recitals,
WKD.N'ESDAV EVENING. April 1* all
De Garrno llatl FUth avenue and Fourteenth ?
subject?"GOTT.-C HALIL"
Ticket*$1, at M7 and 711 Broadway.
MB DION BOUCICAULT AS CON TO-NIGHT AT
the Hoatnn ibaatra, hla aevsnth apuearanoa.
standing room only.
National academy ur design.
Twenty-third stroet and Fourth * venue.
TUB FIKTIblll GUANO ANNUAL
EXHIBITION OF PAIN IING*
now open,
DAY AND EVENING.
M
BTROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART.
lis West Fourteenth afreet. New York.
Open dally. IJ A. M. to S P. M Monday* free.
BOWERY OPERA HOUSE. JM BOWEBY.
TUE BOWERY DUCHESS
at the Matinee thl* Afternoon, at ttf o'clock.
Ladle* admlttea tree Friday evening to reserved i
\ RT .-ALE. ART SALB. ART HALE.
A SoMhKVILLK GALLERY, ta FIFTH AVENUE,
MoNi?AV AND TUEaDAY avENINti AT I P. M.,
PARIS SALoON PICTURES?Bertrand'* 'opnella,"
Oertel'a "Ro k of Age*. 'De Neuvllle's ' Soldier of tha
Line." Chaplin'* ' iha Babe," Creiaman'* In Fail
Ores*." Pabst'* Alaace, Pteaent and Kntere " Bonne
?nation's "Morning in Normaudy." Pabat'a "PrepariM
Crowns ami Klow*r* to Welcome tha French -oliliera,"
De Puuilira Environs ol Napiea" Alao example* by
the following <Ji*tiugutsbed artirta? Arnierg. Die (Tea
barb, Hotitazl. Cuuy. Bellows tiammon, compotoaisk
BroOn. Pecoo. Thorn. WbittrlJge, Champney, Cropeej,
, De Bereua, chaeieio. Proioot, Noal and other* or eqail
| prominence. R. SOMERViLlE
GKAND SOlRKfS BVEBT TUESDAY EVENING
from 8 tola, at Beethoven Hall, Fifth (treat, neat
Bowery. Gentleman'* hat cnecka 30 centa La ale* re?
pecttnlly invited.
TWr NTT-BKCOND GRAND ORGAN CONCERT
Church ot the Holy trinity. Madl*on avenue ant
Forty-wcotid street. We .nesdaj. April 11 1?7S. at * P.
M Organtat, s. B. WilITELE Y. ot Holy lrlntiv ehuraii
Brooklyn'. TO all*t, Miia LOUISE rlNCM, contralto
Admitalon. U centa _____
Wf ANTED?ATTRACTIVE YoPNO LaDiKh FOB 4
Vt varletv combination, ballet, bnrlaaqua and f?
male minetrel. Aadreaa C OMBINATION, M*ra^ ofBoa
All the lathst news.
AS WELL
AS THE PBOCbEDINOI
OF 1 ME
QBE AT BROOKLYN TRIAL,
EVENING Te.LEQKAM TO-NIOHT.
Horace wbjton, the worlds wo?i)*? irt
champion oanjo
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