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Balcony (rear rows)..
Broadway and 30th Street.
At 9-Uncle's Will.
Evening at 8.
ROSINA VOKES COMPANY. At 8-The Old Musician.
Saturday Matinee at 2.
$10, $12, $15
At 10-My Lords in Livery.
Orchestra and Balcony Chairs.
Master Tommy York
. $1.50 50c
Broadway cor. 30th Street,
Evenings at 8.
Matinee Saturday at 2.
24th St., bet. B'way and 6th Ave. Evenings at 8.30
Saturday Matinee at : Sole Manager...
Mr. A. M. Palmer. FEATHERBRAIN.
Proprietor and Manager,
A. M. PALMER,
McCaull Opera Company in
Chas. W. Dungan Stella. ........Marion Manola Rudolf Eugene Oudin Casimir. De Wolf Hopper Fanny
Annie Myers Florine... ..Carrie Burton Rosetta. . Josephine Knapp Abbe Daudin... Louis Shrader Dr. Tack ... Lindsay Morison Don Cristoval....J. de Angelis Senora Patranella
Mathilde Cottrelly Bertram. H. A. Cripps Martial Edmund Stanley Pascal.
Chas. Meyers $15 | Balcony.
$1.00 $1.50 General Admission..
Boxes (7 seats)..
14th Street and Irving Place. Evenings at 8.
Saturday Matinee at 2. 14th Street and 6th Avenue.
Proprietors and Managers.... Messrs. Gilmore & Tompkins.
Business Manager, Mr. Alex. Comstock.
TEE OLD HOMESTEAD.
Geo. A. Beane
Chauncey Olcott Fritz Von Wolfenstein J. K. Emmet Eb. Ganzey
.J. L. Morgan Uncle Joe Parker... Edmond D. Lyons Jack Freeman.
Mrs. Louisa Morse Richard Parker.....
Aunt Matilda Whitcomb.
Venie Thompson Charles O'Rielly
Lilian Stone Hon. Bob Penley.
Minnie Luckstone R. N. Hickmann
Maggie O'Flaherty... Montague Dury ... Frank Dayton Prices .... 250., 500., 75c., $1 | General Admission
500. Collie Parker
Louise Balfe Mrs. Joe Parker
Ethel Greybrooke Lady Grace Howard
Mary A. Penfield Mrs. Chumley
.... Alice Mansfield Marie Snattus....
Marie Carlyle Boxes.... $12 and $10 | Balcony Sofas.
$1 Orchestra Sofas $1.50 | Dress Circle
$1 Parquet $1 Balcony..
50C ESTABLISHED 1873.
Broadway, between Thirtieth and Thirty-first Streets.
Evening at 8. Wed. and Sat. Matinee at 2. MANNING'S YACHT AGENCY. Lessee and Manager. .....Mr. J.W. Rosenquest
“A MIDNIGHT BELL," Yachts of all descriptions for sale and charter.
Boxes.... .$6, $8 and $12 | Dress Circle.. ..$1.50, $1
..750 General Admission,
$ı and gor. Office, 45 Beaver Street,
Formerly the New American, RICHFIELD SPRINGS, N. Y. Will
open Wednesday, June 26. Second season under ownership and management of Eugene M. Earle. Entirely new system of Sanitary plumbing. Elevator, electric lights, billiard room and bowling alleys. For terms call or address E. M. EARLE, Langham ħotel,"661 Fifth Avenue, New York, until June 15.
SAYBROOK POINT, CONN. This desirable family hotel is most delightfully situated on the Sound, and will open for reception of guests on Tuesday, June 25th, under the direct management of the proprietors of the Hoffman House.
Fenwick Hall has all the modern improvements, including hot and cold salt water baths. Terms $3 per day. Special rates for the season. For circular, etc., address
West End Hotel,
New York Office, 52 Broadway. Cottages and Restaurant Open Saturday, June
8, Hotel opens June 22. D. M. & W. E. HILDRETH, PROP.
Professional cards under this head 10c. a line per insertion.
GEORGE F. HILL, Teacher of the Philosophy of Expres
sion according to Delsarte. Address 68 W. 37th St., N.Y.
EDGAR S. KELLEY, Composer and Pianist. is prepared to receive pupils in Piano-forte Playing, Harmony and the higher branches of Musical Composition. Chickering Hall, New York.
Vocal Teacher of Italian School. Drawing Room, Oratorio, Church and Concert Singing, Operatic Acting and Finishing for the Stage. 217 Second Avenue, New York.
ADA DYAS, having on Feb. 2 relinquished her second season's engagement with Mr. A. M. Palmer's JIM THE PENMAN Co. (Western) on account of the exigencies of too constant travel, is now at liberty, for engagements in New York or Eastern cities. Letters, telegrams, Ledgewood, Norwald, Conn.
Dramatist. Author of "Love
DESTINY, a melodrama, in seven tableaux, successfully
TIQ SETTLED AT LAST! a musical satire in two acts. MOROMI, a melodramatic musical satire in a prelude and two acts. Address 81 W. Fiftieth Street, New York.
PHILADELPHIA, PA. MRS. A. S. MORGAN, 251 South 8th Street. First-class Professional Boarding House. Terms moderate. Will contract for large companies.
E. F. BONAVENTURE,
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