Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 13, 1876, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 13, 1876 Page 2
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AMtsxnr.KT*. ROblLtH T H KA lltlir "***~ Leasees an-! Msna-.-er-s . ..Nleu-i SHOOK i PALMER. EVERT BVKNINO THIS WEEK. I null brilliant combination unit great double bill. Mi.s CHARLOTTE THOMPSON in her uew play. ISA CD MCELLER. ?nd STUART ItuRSON and Ml*s FANNY MORANT In tl.e splendid comedy. MARRIED LI Kb. Tin- fall utrtngtn ot tuo Brooklyn Theatre Company in each play. 1>AUISIA!f VARIETIES^ lttTU -T t n It a ki si a x varieties, iiroadway. shines over all. EVERY EVENING. at S O'CLOCK. ^ V Q ?? # ~ ^ I MATINEE. | J TO DAY. | ! J O'CLOCK. . ?^ ?? ?> <*> ? THE GREATEST SENSATIONS OCT. | Kills o.' Madrid, | [ Sw-uool Girls' Frolic; T 1 Novimino'a Tabloax, | ' or Future Probabilities.^ Tbe exquisitely graceful, volapmocu and sensational I.A MINI KT Mils. BERTHA and the Handsomest Ballot in America. Er.ilianl Novelties | Elc/ant Varieties. I Musical Uorcoaux. liltAXD Hi.!" ?f 100 artist* of ecknowleujred raern appear at each perform anrr Liveliest. largost and nesl hill _*rtaihiiu:it in Kiurrica. V?AULB theatre, Pj Hriadimy ai:d 3Jd *t. Proprietor an 1 Minaurr vr. JOSH HART Lasi tw? periormance* of the present bill. * ?? MATINEE I ADE;.41l>E I MATINEE TO-DAY I at in* I TO DAY at | MaTINKE. I at 2 O'CLOCK. I I 2 O'CLOCK. FIRST REHEARSAL Byron's very laughable Burlesque, ^CINDKRELLA-.f | CINDERELLA ; J or. THE R A RON'S LOVELY DAUGHTER. Tat the matinee 7 | TO DAY AT 2. Mi** PALMER. ML* I.K.N NOX. Mis* HUflHES. Mis* JULIETTE, Mr. t!"HDW IN. Mr. WILD. Mr. FOIITESCUE, BRAL>LEY. CROSSKN, KELLY, HEKI.RY and OO others M ATI X K K. - M ATI X E E, M ATI NEK, TO-DAY AT 3. MATINEE. 13 O OWERY THEATRE. I.ast nit:lit of Mr. OLIVER DO I'D BYRON and bin great Military 1/runntof IIKKO; OR. DONALD McKAY. Prfwdetl by a favorite Farce. MONDAY. M.iy i:>, Bl FF AND BLUE. LYMPIC TIIKATRe!" 024 BHOADWaY. MM MM A TTTT II NX X EE EE EEEE M M M M A A T UN X N K E M M M M A A T II X X N K E M M M M A A T UN X N IKE EBB M M M M AAA T II X N X I i K M Mm M A A T II X N N E E J1 M M A A T UN \N EEER EEEE TO-DAY Door* upon .it IV,. commence at X Hl'MPTY Dl' M PTV r Hl'MPTY Dl'MPTY THE ORIGINAL ^PANTOMIME. BALLET. BURL-SOCK SPECTACLE. BB1NG THE LITTLE FOLKS TO-OAY. TREAT Till-. LITTLE ONES, CHILD BEN HALF PRICE Tu RESERVED SEATS, PARULET iND DRESS CIRCLE. HUM PIY DUMI'TY HOLIDAY TO-DAY. SfelLMORB'M GARDEN OKFKNBACH. VI Messrs. SHOOK A PALMER Proprietor* and Manager* Mr. E. U. GILMORE. Bii-.inen Manager TO Nil HIT (Saturday), May Li. third of tlie aerie* of Twentv Mon*ter Concert* under the di rection of the Illustrious Maestro, .1 ACyl" KS OFFENBACH, nv-i?toil by lifci splendid Musicians. The following entirely new programme will bs presented this evening at ts P. M.: ? Part t Overture, "Era Diavolo" Aubor Eautasie. "La Vie PariMenne" OQeubacb Conducted by Mr. J. OFFENBACH. Fatitaaie. ''Caprice'' Ylenxtemps Waltz, "Le* lli-lle* Ainericaine*'' (newt Oilunbacb (Writleo expressly lor thin occasion.) Conducted by Mr. .1. OFFENBACH. Part II. Overture. "Robespierre" Li to! IT Koiocliona, "La Jolie Parfumeuao" OHeobach Conducted by Mr. J. OFFENBACH. Polonaise, "Struouxee' Meyerbeer OSvnbacbiana. Offenbach Conducted by Mr. .1 OFFENBACH. Part 1IL Overture, "Vert-Vert".; OfTenbaeh heUc-tlous. "Laliranile Dncbesae" Oflenbach Coniliicted by Mr. J. OFFENBACH. Wain. "Aula-Liedcr" Ed. Ktraua* Coronation .March. "Lo I'roplieto" Meyt-rboer Admi-ilion, 91; Boxes, four ailmisnloua, $"?. Moua. MARIES BilCLLXltD Conductor SUNDAY bVBM.NO CONCERTS The lirst ol the series of Olfolibaeh Sunilay eveitlni; Con certs will Ih> given tomorrow evening. May 14, wbeu a varied and brilliant programme will be render d. ?T(Ttt ~*7.~QfUHA Hol SE^ BliTWEKN -D AN iTSD O'X av*. MATINEE, I TUE THREE GREAT SENSATIONS, M A I'INEK, A NIGHT iN PARKS, T*I DAY, I ORIGINAL CANCAN, TO-DAY. I FEMALE BATHERS. S L<'CK I 30 apecialt.v Murs in a grand Olio at ao'CHK'K." maitnek today. PARK TULA IRK. BROADWAY AN II ??JD ST. BRASS-A FEW MORE NIGHTS MATINEE TODAY AT 2. EVENING AT 8. In order to accommodate those en route to tha CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION 13th week of George Fawcett Kowe'* comedy | with Roue Wood, Rose Lisle. Marie Louise, Mrs. nil. cc I Bruione. Moasrri. Morrison, I'adgett, Brutone, ' | .searle. Norr s. Cogswell,Langli-y, Rosene, t'ooke, I and George Ea?cetl Kowe a* Waiflon stray, which, in conseoueuce il other arraiigeiuenta. niu-t ba WITHDRAWN ON THE OCCASION OF ITS l'OTH PERFORMANCE Admission WV. aud #1. Reserved seals fl 50. Seals reserved for night sale tu accommodate strangers. r.TIl AVKNUK llll-.ATRK. ~~" K" MATlNEK mo DAY. AT 1 :UU O'CLOCK. TjUNAL NIOIIIU OF "PlyUB? ATU AVENUE THEATRE. 0 Prupiietor an?l Mauairer Mr. AUOUST1N DALY llt.lll PERFORMANCE to-Day at iuw, OK PPPPP II QWV I? t' EEEE p p ii v g u uk |PPPP II V y V I' EKE ^ p i! w y u uk ,7 P 11 yywy 0000 EEEE . y MtlU FINAL NIGHT*. TO niuiitT AT S, * Ml*. BBOL'OHAM'S BENEFIT. A it K MINI M'KNT BILL; "THE SERIOUS FAMILY'' and "POCAHONTAS." CTH aVE.NIE IHKaTKE. J ION 10(IT, AT H, lor tin" Htnellt of M R. JOHN lllliiL i.II AM (and for thl? owns..in only, as the run I "PIQUE" will b? * imi'd .III MONDAY and Ev KRY NIUUT NEXT WEEK;, ?ill ba produced the larorito coiucdv <>r HIE KEKIOI* FAMILY, *ith the lolloaiuc EFFECTIVE ('AST: I'aptain Mnnhi t.iitu.ri? Mr. JOHN HROI'OIIAM Mi Aniiniilab Meek Mr \N li\Vll><IK Cli tries lumni Mr. W. IIAUKV MORE Frank Vim-rut Mr JotlN DREW Danrers Ml BKEKMAN | Orabam Mlu HOLLAND XIrv Orwsby Delmaltie (first lltue). Mis FANNY DAVENPORT J.ady Crramley Mr? (5. II Ull.BEI'.T Mrs Torren* MU>. UEOKOi AN A DREW Ltunia Torreus Mis* >YDNEY cow ELL Aui ala . tbe ?.n-|.| lam.iui rot Ai.os r.vs, for the first time hero. \?uu me on^inal >onm and mmie, entirely new scenery and the following I MPoHl \N I' CAST: Eiag Poxbattan ilia First Mi JOII.N HltOl'tiilAM Captain John ?amh Mr. YlNINc BOWERS llynbcr Kalle Mr. F. HaHDKNHEKiI 'liit- Right Hun Quash ?1 Jaw.Mi i ii vitl.Ks R'M'KWr.LL Opodildoc Mr JOHN DREW ?'"1 ?> ??(.' Mr V\ HKI.KMVN Kri'ein I a> SI . .ii Mr 1 DENEA0 l'tie Princess Pa Ka lluu Tat Mis- SY DNEY CoWELL I'ootee-pet MIn- KaTK HOLLAND pinum da Miss Ii1SIE BOVV.NE W'eo clia vtii ila Mr?. (1 II UILHKKT lull hallet, Chorus, Ac, Ac., Ac. monday M<. u T, ?PIQUE." ??" Saturday evening, May ?. JAMES LEWIS' Benefit. S\N FRANCISi l? M i NSTItr LS' OPERA HC'SE. a.N FHaNv I.M O MINsTRELs, hroidway t?AN FRANCISCO M1 N'S TREES. COKNKR J9TH ?T. Tha most pr vc - ill oManlMtlou iu the world. BIRCH. WaMHoLD arid It At KL'S. WaMBoLD 8 NEW so NO. EIKl II <'N ItlR * Al Tm THE CENTENNIAL. HA' KI s INMHTaHLE IMITATION*. ^ <b KYMA.N S cheat lectchk, Matinbe i ki.hei ( a jane. I TODAY Art I SHAKESPEARIAN advoOatbb. *>? <j> nift ukeai' BicauDo. Even lie .t S Seals aecured. /JtlAT K AU M a HI 1. LB VAH IKTIKS. I V Pant by pasllgUi in all iu gvrjr, | SS *"3"S ? *r; l every r reocb ?an? ?tL>u ot the lar. | ? J ; ? 1 be Of ?n i I .. .ie?v or the Iritb Duke. I LI 5 ? Tin- lurklau limber*, or u.? Su.tAB s I'eta. | ^ 1 be French Minuet and Puses Pla.ti|u -v j ? i - i> Tbr baiidMot* ?t lur ne.l iadlea In the * irld. I | ?. c -v" 2. ine niMt artUtl* anlits on tbe earth j = ?5^* The inest rbeit;-? in Vitacrir*. I f J* S rruE.MKh FKixcZii 1 tLnion L-?^..<' I'lieatrci 2'i rue et Mudlson a?. CB pOIR. sAM !>;, U MAI. LA CaoNOVTk. Mardi. Iii mat. Al' LYi i I M I'n . , AT UK. It ul c Jit %l eii.al MAHAMh CAVE .:.ET Coraed;c N.-us-tle ;>ar E.i.t.e v ;_iar. Tii ket nlCce ?!i*i II. r. ^niat K? i I Uu ft G ^ El. MAN iA 1 ULATHE, .41U sr. ~ A Li. KKCCND SATURDAY, Mar 1J, nru vk:i.C!!en: rf>-fi;, Comeoy, Li lour aci?. M -i-t. HOVIkl * ?NlslllM?'? UKKAl RCUS EXHIBITS at !l.i>.-klyn Maj 1 l:? anil l'i, Will % ? ? .urf, ItRh ?nd l?tb; v>re<-a(ioiiit, i"lb, Harlem. It Hit audi Hk. fr.HLAIliL liiKEi O. r'ToSr JL III HROADW VY. BOXEt 1 n; ILMi - i.VRDEX AND RBSKKVBD -V *TS FOR ALL TtlHATRfCS. The anniversary exhibition of the sew York INsTllUriOM MIR HIE HL!Nl>. coaststing ?t Vocal and Inst rumen ;*| V i Liu rare Bxeiitws *e., will be beid at ME!NVV A\ II tLL ?u Tliurs>t.<y eerniu^. Mar |S. |?TB. CO mm* 111'In* at S o clock. ArfniWoc, '? A MBBlOAtl CKNTENNI AL" OR AND MARCH. l)..? niK. with ?u;ierb ithoirr'.pli Hue. HOc ; "Cen lei mal March,' ? ; "tt i-hintlon's March." Arn n it. fiix- , ? Marihn WasbinrtoB Walts. ' tronmn, 7.Vt: Hrani Inn tiraud >< ar^U." *Oc : "One ILni ei Years A^o,'' Ricr, 41V ?Tajtlloatro Waltt." TV. . "Better lime* Walts." 7V. lHlsON k CO.. Til I r<?-.?!?ay. The Ni.w si v.;i i;?-~rTl sic?Tiik liberty Re Ii." eo;itaii? ."?r v> national and natrioti eoath of kii natitiin the D^claraii'D ol ItiiMMbuei-.v*. Wa> iin<rtun'( farewcl> sddr?<? and picture of tbe Lit^rti Hell, paper V konidi 7.-C Lnurl the i..oruns liauucr ' .? Kiel.or, ?*Stnr Saaniricd Manner." vanauoBs. Manna, each ??*. "Biow WHS and Irce. Ai l, "When W.ll Bat,j my*" Hherwood. each Xk vMnsic ..f the Pinev" Idyi. Pfealps, 60c. Pi il l Lily Maxarka. and Polla. e?c!i ?>*. WILLI VM A. POND A CO , Ml BwiMnHI and au t nion square, New York. T AKFimKirrs. _ fctfUARK THEATRE J Proprietor Mr. SHERIDAN 'illOOK. Vuuer Mr A M. PALMER. AN UNEQUIVOCAL SUCCESS. EVKRY EVENINO ?t 8 ?urt SATURDAY MATINEE nt 1 : O. A. E. Lancaster and Julius Mavrnu*' American Drama, COK-CIENCE. Cliarai lura as follows*.-? Eoatace Lawtoo, conDdentia. dark to Mr. Ilarewond. Mr. Charles K. Tborna, Jr. Nathaniel Harawood. a Wall it banker, Mr. Frederick Rohinaon Juik'e Van Cort, r.f the -New Jersey Reach Mr Joliu Parselle Dr Murdauul. friend of Mr. hare wood ...Mr. J. M. Stoddart Cyril Harewood. nephew to Mr. Harewood. Mr. C A. Stevenson 'By the ourtasy ot Leater Wallack, E*n ) David Delvv. a lawyer Mr. Thvoiiure Hamilton John Perry. a bookkeeper Mr. Alfro.. Hee** Eicbard Cobb, a constable Mr. W. H. Wilder Jail.tr Mr. W. ti. (juigluy Conatance Harewood. Mr. Harawood'* daughter. Mia* Kate Claxton Tabitlia Trump, a distant relative........Mrs. Marie WUktua Saturday. May IS, the Brat mattaee of CONSCIENCE. rjnosi* .'astok'S nk\v~thiatrl I r.8T P>rnad?ay, opposite Metropolitan Hotel. TONY PASToK Sol* Proprietor I1IE HhST ENTERTAINMENT IN TDK WORLD MOKE TAI.ENT, MORE NOVELTY, MORE OENIU8 than ever before congregated In una company. SAM DKVitK. EI'll HORN. WILLIAMS AND CASEY. MOLLIE WILSON. HENRIETTA MoLLEXHAUER. THE GREAT CARIIOLL8. BILLY GRAY. DICK CLAKK. CLARK OIHBS. HAH BY MONTAGUE. SaJle Dcshon. kaiie Edwards. Carrla Dtuicaa. TONY PABTOR'K STAR TROUPE. MATINEES TUESDAY AND FltlD.l Y. UEATKE C0M1QUX, U4 BROADWAY^ MATINEEI 12 O'CLOCK. MaTISEE XHra niV O'CLOCK. MATINEE l THIS DA* I 2 O'CLOCK. MATINEE a O'CLOCK. li*> SPECIALTY sTAttS AT THE MATINEE THIS DAY. AMEU1U vNrt ABROAD. LK .) .KDIN MABILLE. AT THE MATINEE TODAY. MONDAY. MAY 1>, Miaa Hi lie Howltt. Sum Vlel* and ?g entire Uurle*qne Couipauy ill the spectacuiur burieuiiia of ixion! IXIO.V. oorirs THKATRE. KXTBAORD1XAitY. MR. TOOKER'S BENEFIT, NEXT THURSDAY AFTERNOON, May in. when ? re markable programme will ue offered. FIRST?It will be the occMtou of the llrat nppnarance ot Mr LAWRENCE BARRETT as DAVID iJAK KICK. Mi>a ADA DV 4-> iby the* courtesy of Mr. Lester Wulluck) will assume thu part of Minx INtioT. The company of Booth's Tlieatro in tbo lire at ca*t. SEi'OND??le?ire. P. BANCS, MILNE8 LEVJCK und K. L. DAVEXPOU1 will appear in the Uratiou Scene ot JULIUS C.ESAR. THIRD-.Mr. liEORUE IllUNoLD will bid farewell to New York, appearing with Miss s\KA JKWETT who has the kind permiaaioii of Mr. AufuHtin Daly) in tlx? Ilalcony Scene ot KOMEO AND JULIET. FOURTH ?other great features are to ba added, due ad vertikemont of which will be given. *,*Seata can now oa secured at the box otllea from 8 A. M. to 10 P. M. dally. OO?TH *8 TIIE AT It E. FA 11K WELL JARKETTA l'ALMER Lesscos and Manager* FAREWELL MATINEE TO-DAY. LAST APPEARANCE of Ithe KELLOGG GRAND ENuLlSlI OPERA COMPANY. Including Mlaa Mon tuvue. Mr*. Seguin, Meaara. Conley, Peukes nud Caatla, with the diitiiituished American Prima Donna, Mil* CLARA LOUISE KELLotitj, THIS SATURDAY. FAREWKLL MATINEE. In Meyer beer's gruat Spectacular opera mid grand Military Pageant, STAR OF THE NORTH. produced In r style ot UNUSUAL MaONIPICENCE, trio auxiliary torco numbering over FOUR HUNDRED, and the otber marvellous features, bevond the SCENERY, ELEGANT COSTUMES und BEAUTIFUL UNIFORMS, balng REGIMENTS OF INFANTRY, MILITARY BRASS BANDS, A FULL DRUM CORPS, augmented (Jrcheitra and A GRAND CHORUS. SPECIAL PRICES. RESERVED SBATB-ParquW and lialcony $1 50 ADMISSION ONE HOLLAR | GALLERY HttrCeuta ! B 7?) BROADWAY. VJ K. W. BUTLER Manager GRAND MATINi'.K Tiiiiav. GRAND M AI I .N E K To DAY. GRAND MAT US KB To-DAY. IHJA.SU ?MATIN KK TO-DAY. <j i; a N i > M VTINEE i iik stan UAiiii k.Vmily'theathe." Crowded to ki'O and hear the trreat REYNOLDS BROTHERS. Gruud ovations nightly to tl.o popular Miss aDAH RIOHMUND, the Queen ?>! Soug and liurie.nue as AltttAU MUsHa MEELISH |" ibe tbrtlllnir Sensational ISurlcinue ARRAII NA BROGUE, sunported by Mo.srs. Ketchuni. Trice. Earwell ? Misses Bradiev and EfUe. and the lull i-orat.au*. j ? senator bub hart p * and a I the old favorite*. Messrs. McKee. B"dley. W est. Blit*. Kcmble and Master Unnn. ...., , . * ? Mlckoey, the sotmatinuul Sarin Comic. JU DAY. Extra.? Next week Miss Llszio Kelsey's rean pearance; Mr. I' M. llengler a> the Merry Minstrel; the Krrat.Sen.at.onal Drama " llcket of -Leave Man." and ike lawinte Billy Barry, altor Ills recent severe illrat.-sa. ?p W. near era ay! Every evening and Saturday mati nee, HIS GRACE TIIE DUKE. THE UNLY LEUN l"''?fiuitton. 1?*'" KELIiY as the Duke. A brilliant part llrst, introducing melodies from airotla-Girolie and Grand Ullo. Mondav ?r Irst appearance of Mr. LEW BENEDICT "yyuou s MLSEUiT ~ "ATINREAT2b0UBLE BIU.EVKNIN0AT& 1 be cbaractor actor. I. 7.. LITTLE. ?" OLD SLEUTH *"<1 ROVING JACK K MINSTRELS. KELLY A LEU.VS MINSTRELS. KELLY A LEON'S MINSTRELS. KELLY * LEON'S MINSTRELS. w A LLACK'S Proprietor and Manager .. Mr. LESTER WALLACK particular NOTICE. In order to carry out ibe programme of VARIETY AM) NOVELTY designed to conclude the present tcnsuii. Mr. Wallack ia i compelled to announce the I LAST REPRESENTATIONS i of Hnucirault's Ureat Coined) of LONDON ASSURANCE lor CUTS (SATURDAY), Mar 13 MATINEE ASK KVRNlNu Also MONDAY KVKMNG, Mar 13 with Its ' UNPARALLELED CAST. which includes Messr*. LESTER WALLACE. II. J MONTAGUE JOItV i GILBERT HARRY BECKETT, W. rTklOYD* J W ' h II AN NUN, E M. HOLLAND, C. E EDWIN Mi's, ADA I D* AS, Miss KKHIi (iKKMON and Miea lONE BURKE. Ms'uion L^iiVS'SIi.G'iM*,r Ue prcseu ted another of | Mr. Dion Buuclcault s best an . most popular comedies I .. _ emitted HOW SHE LOVES him Willi a CAST and .VISE EN-SCENE equal In every respect, in completeness and brilliancy to London assurance. /CENTRAL PARK GARDEN. 'J ~?li ?v,. .">81 b andoUtlt ?ts. SOL'LE X API'LEBY Pronrtrtt >A I l ItDAY EVENING, at 8 o'clock CELEBRATED orchestra. EE-ENGAGE MENT UK MR. JOHN IfAMMUND the Imperial Cornet Soloist. " Thirteenth Orand Concert. PROGRAMME. PART I. Overture?"Martha" Vocal?"The letup,st." flotow Miss Maria Brainard. Cornet Solo-"lacilite". v , , . u .M" "M,N H AMMOND Vorspiel and Bridal Cborui - 'Lobengrin" Wagner PART II. THIS EVENING. BY SPECIAL REQUEST c ,V t-JJUS'N Jonathan ulde kulks. Sonjc of \ o olde I'oiks ii| ' Cousin Jeded,ah Kour'o: y,, Singers Th?e Va^id^*" Af"'U , -. All E Singers Russia Jonadab Docksou Old Poiks at Hom'a\V.\V"MeVc'y r'wbkw Md"\V?TugcM PART III. Overture?'Tricoclie uid Cacotet" (new) J-nppe m'*"iI 1 Archldoc"!Vr nbach March?'America stVntenm ,I" D iwninlr MAI1KEE EVERY SATURDAY, Af "J P. M. YH COUSIN JONATHAN OLDE POLKS Admission ' PakaKe ten, tickets ?3 io Cblktren Half Price*. SJl'ulMV.VY II ALL, s. NDAY EVENINO* SCNDAY, M?v II, at ft o'cl< ek P M grand ouMtfiNvrioN concert. plTen UDui r iLp ?ntypiec? <?l the iik.LH\S LILDKKKRA.X2, >u aid ui the GERMAN HOSPnvL AND DISPRNSARY VI KNDI*.LsSOH N's ANTUioNK In its entirety - ill be per oruied by the _ , GERMAN LIEDEKKRaNZ SOCIETY. Solos, Churns andfnh l>ich??tia DeeiaJnst.iry psrt, bv Mme. W[ iT and Mr PROTAR L.?J- LuLlSA LA HhRtl, the celebrated soprano has klridlv rolnnteered 'ier "rrvicea ' Mr. VVlLLlAM CANDIDl s. tbe eminent American tenor (on)j apiiearancc* previous to hi* relur i t.> Kuionm Mr. ilAX PINNE.;, the l.vor.w pup.l v*( j"'V,P (oaiy sppearauce prev.oos to his return to Welmiir) AdtuiMion iiiidu^ing1 reined ten *$l. I,r **** ni **,lir:il#r ?? Broiitay, and St?intray llall Palais j;uyal. 4M?'?irii w -koki v yuung'i v>>v attendants, tvrand \ >>csi and Instrumental Conccrt troni 7 uutil I v clock. Admission free v-oncert (30CII SOClABLEti KTEMY SAi URDaI BYKXlNG Kerreros' Assembly R.wm? laumaiM Bulioio'' 14th ??? < ARTIER .1 CO.. Mai:n^'ers I i.in iiiNi., \ 1 MINI V.'?s an AV., NEAR' HOT!! ST -LA -k. du-s and gectlemoa will be surprised at the great prion M Mints oay. in cu.b !or Csst-olt Clotbiag. Caroeu Jew elry. orders atle?<<4 Mr. or Mrs. Mints. \ r l.-T? BHUADM'AY, Jf.TVVtA-..S .1 i'U AND ;!30 -?*? ?????" - I??r prices paid lor cast off Clothing. Jew ? iry. Ac . by calnnn hi or a IdresMnir M ilAltKIS. {.i'-i. \ t"ll-.A l nh.MA.su tuiCCAKTUPP CLisTHlN.. t. , Vv.r.*M-.*r . i". *?l?? ?'tl l?e paid lor them Ts all ' a'" Ladles attenued to by Mis. tftcuicTvL^- ' A M I.? ? W K -> 1 S (' K 1MU No. I Ifirst door lr..m h.i av Advice lre?. A *'Ksr WTli it' l",u#,letniai cumuitaiion in alt temale conpiniaia. ?\ . IVlVa, An 'J, ??OTT--CUN r'tDBNTI AL COS . 1 ' 1 ?':>Ve comp'a nts ?7 We-t lit It st. A "s!5 i W Va* "OSKIKKT MMOKCCI No I .4 r.*st .s.l, st. oetweeu Jd 4Ud Lexington av 4 ?DR. AND MMli. M Vi'IIICj.A U*; .?i t F 4 Ka'P.i si A' *??*? omm rn Ubowy sc.. ??r Orooiiwtck ]\K. WEsTHRim.K, I ? M.?l 311 M near uroaD f ?ey-/eiaaie fompiatnts a rpeciallr. ?"UAU Mm;. RE*rELu MiuvriKK. SIscK"iwi rBMiiii co, np'a.ut. speeialt v X?. I K.s|/.vd st ^^1 11, <*.SSP<;L vil KES GL AR AN I liED?ADV1CR Kit'.'** O bar U,. *, Mate. WssaT. Hlseckerst.. oear Br^^r PIATOVOOTK*. OKGAVs, A4V. A -AN ELEGANT WINDSOR fOUB ROUSd "EoSff x\ . Wood Piauolo.te. t -lll.OKI. lor S3 ?i; St'iol Covor, Bos. for shipping included; also a Ktalnway A Soos fur fclBU Call *i privaie reitUut:ce No. 12U Won JIM si., near 6tti ?r. ?FOB RKNT, UPllIUHT, HyUARE AND GRAND Pianos iif our a*o make; also lor sale and rent,* A \v "I jlAN X est A, uuiuber ol Hue aecoud hand Plain*. iu porleci order. WILL JAM K V vHli A ?'<>.. Nu. II J 'illi av . n'Hirtj ltith St. \LoT OF SECOND HaND PIANOS, IN THOROUGH order, lor tale at moderate prices; also Pianolorus to rent, or our own manufacture, by CU1CK.RRIKG A SONS, 1;?> Otu *?.. corner l-Uh ?l it BOIIMKR A CO '.v H.I EIST14TH ST.". PIANO ?'V Manufacturers. Srtt class Pianos it lowest prices for cash or small monthly payments; Plauos to reot; re?i ap plied If purchased. PRIVATE family will Sell elegant HUlnwtr A Rnu'i Pianoforte iname on plate : richly carv? d tour round rosewood case. 7% octave, avers iiuptove menl. Kfrtfe ortritrnnf, Ac.; coat $>v?7'>. for t2.~>0; Stool, Cover- box for shipping: a sacrifice. Call, private realdence No. 47 Went ICtti el., between ">th and tith avt. Aboracs Waters piano. ?1? gash, iktu octave carved om, leca, Iron frame. overstrung baaa, including stool. 57 East Otb. near Broadway. McIIONAI.D A CO. A LADY WILL 8ELL FOR $101 A CARVED LEO V rosewood Clilckerng I'laiio, with modern improve ment*; perfect order. IS mm m -t.. near jmI vr, \ BEAUTIFUL PIANO. $liW; A 7 1-3 OCTAVE I'lANO -V lorie. carved legs. every improvement, sacrifice for cash; Pianos told on instalments huh to rent. F. SCULLER, 20 East 14til >1. TlTEBER'Sl STeYnWAY'S, WATERS' AND OTHER " Brst clusa new and second hand square and upright Pianos, also a large stock of Orgaus. at cxtraoi dinary low prices lor cash, on inatalmonia or for rent until paid lor aa ?ir contract. Wareroouie 4SI Broadway. HORACE ATE Its A SONS. OS.?IK YOU \Msii TO RENT OR BUY CHEAP ' sl and heat, call <111 MEKRELL No ^ t'nioii square. CM 7 r fSi a'handsome carved serpentine O 1 4 ?/ 7 1 .1 octave J'louo; ipleudid tone; nearly new. ?i- > West - 'ih ,t. ~~~~ WiTTali.. V II El! Ill NO'S SAKE ?MUST BE REMOVED BY 17TJT ^ 1 init.; niu 'JSxHtM; combination lock; will bo told very cheup for cash. Can be Koen at 1 ID Weil 17lli st. A POPULAR BARROOM .ONB DOOR off IBOAD way; beat location in the city; owner baa nth .r busl HNHt?HMI|lvi it MIMiln. M ALONE, So. 5 Dey >t. /1AH WORKS FOR SALE I HE WORKS OF 1 11K v oliio Falls Car and Locotuotive Company will be (old til publi 1 auction, at the C< 11 rt House door iu Charlestown, Clark county. Ind.. on Saturday, June Ifi. I*7tl. ? etweeii the lion .'a of U o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M. Tlicae ire the lurirest and must complete our works in the countrv; are located adjacent to Jefl'i-raonvllle. Ind.. and are well adapted to other branches of manufacture. Kor printed circular, Containing a full description of the property and terms of sole, which are oxtrenielv liberal, mldresa JOSEPH W. SPIlAlil'E, Airent for Trusteea, JulTersonville, Ind. D:tl'<, STORK KOIt SAI.E-KIKST "class; WILL be sold at a barcaiu. Inquire of KLEIN A FLEET, U4 CortUndt St.. New York. Dltro STORE IN Bl^rKLY"N'T~MUST BK~HOLD"; cre.it ?ncrlflcf; rare cluiiico for physician. Addreis SQIJILJiS, Herald oltice. IpoR SALK--TIIE <H.DRST ESTABLISHED, FINEST located and be*t nuvlnff Cli:ar Store iu the city of Now York ; a long lease, low rent and a lure fortune are some of the advantages offered; aliout $4.f*s>cush required; being encaged 111 the wholesale cigar business Is the onlv reason for wishing to sell; location llromlwav. surrounded by the finest liotcls and theatre*. Call at 1S7 P?*rl st. .M?AN VEQA A CO. tS'or sale?a kir>t class well paying family r Liquor Store, Stock and Hxtures. 4 pull Pump; pilce S3-VI Apply to i*. UAFFN'EY, '.'S7>i Honor.'. EpOK SALE -ELKUAMT BaB AND RESTAURANT J" Fixtures coiiiplele, cheap: a bargain for one going in bMlMM. MARTHA LB SB. lti D?y it. Foil SALE-STOCK AND FIXTUB OF A FIRST class paying l^onfeetlaoery aud Ico Creani Saloon, half square Ironi Indcpeudence liall. Call at or address South 5th st., Philadelphia. Pa. FO11 SALE?S rOCK, lOOOD WILU FIXTURES AND Lease of the late T. P. Lo Maistre's old established Fruit and Confectionery Store. No. 2H South Utb it., Philadel phia. This Is one ol the best stands in the city, being iu close proximity to the Continental and Oirnrd hotels, r'or particulars address JOHN W. LE MAlSTRE, 40 North Sill ?l.. Philadelphia. For sale-a "LlgiJoR sFork, kour-pull pump and Fixtures; price f I'si. No lu5 Mailison it. }noR SALE -THIS DAY, AT 10 O'CUK'Ki AT ' auction, the Stock and Fixtures of tho liquor store corner of ;iSth st. and 7th av., consisting of n large stock of line liquors, Ac., by UAFFNEY A SMITH, Anctloneert, 17 Centre st. Irviu SALE-A LOT ()F "itESI'AUR>.NT FIXTURES 1 cheap; large Uuuge, Holler and Broiler. Chairs, Tables and Coining Utensils; all iu (ood order. UM1 tith av. Marble "soda water and root" beer ap iiarstus.?Square box stylos Inr sale at coat J. M. WIUTi IELD A SON. 'JO'i Water at.. N. Y. CTO'llK FIXTURES, yrll'H tJLASS DOORS AND OF O lico lulling for sale very cheap. F. M. EPPLKY.aS Pine at. s F SECOND HAND BRICK FOR SALE-INQUIRE AT s -;j Orcein. St., of MACUREOOK A HUNTER. fPQ~ DRUOOISTS ? FOR SALE. IN NOBTIfAMPTON, 1 Mass, one of tho most delightful towns In tho State, population about 1.2'm. the old colanliihed Urug Store of tho lale S. C. Parsons; best location iu lowu. Tho stock consists of ulirat class assortment of Drugs, Medicines and Fancy Articles; Druggists' nundries, also I'aiiils. Oils. Dye Stuff, Ac., with choice stock of Tuaa and tiroceries. The above, 1 with (iood Will of the coucoVn, can be bought at a bargain ; Iiossesslon glveu at once. Address U. S. PARSONS, Auiuln slrator, Northampton, Mass. , HACHi.nieiCf7 OR SALE?A^TEN-llollSE BAXTEK ENGINE. IN complete order. A. J. DAVIS, OH Railroad av.. Newark. PROMPT DELIVERY OF THE CELE It it ATErD"fTN ite Emery Whools and Machines, by OEORUE PLACE, l'Jl Ciiambers st Wanted fob cash -a second a ind is-uorsb power Portable Engine and Boiler, in Ur>.t class order. Also a Circular Sawmill, complete, to saw logs 24 inches diameter and 15 feet long. Apply to r'. L ClaNKROB, 71 Broadway, room 1111, from 2 to 4 1*. M. Wasted a double action drawino pkess TT 111 :ood order: Brown's No. t> or 7 preferred. Address A. n., box 122 Herald office. lltllSKS, ROOMS, JtC., WA.HI'KD. * Iu this Cltv uuii Biookivu. "\1TANTED?IN IIARLEM OR NEW YORK CITY, Vv three connecting Rooms, furnished, lor light house keeping. tn a respectable family Address, stating terms, which must bo moderate, I'. Vv. C., Il. rald office. \ITANTED-A PLEASANT BOOM, LOCATED BE" V? tween 2Md and U2d sis. Address, Hating tortus, S,' box 3SO Post oOlco. In th? t'ouiitrv. TITANTED TO IIIRE-A PUBLIC HOUSE IN THE m countrv, that does business the year round, by one long in the business.* Address OEOltOE WlLoON, 212 East 83d st.. lor oae w?k. Fl ItMTI ItK. 4 PRIVATE FAMILY. DEOL1MNO llOCS K K EE P ^. V. lng. will S ll. Iu lots to suit purchasers, all their ele gant and costly Household Furniture. Ac.; tuagnilicent Steinway A Sons rosewood Pianoforte; aise an elegant Windsor Piano, cost #1.IM>. for *2 ?*J; satin Parlor Suits, cost lor 4<ISU; one for ?125; rep Suits. $.)i>; 14 Bedroom Suits, #2"> anil upward; l^arpets. Oil Psilitiugs. Brour.es, Mir rors, hair mid spring Mattr-sac*, and a general assortment of lloiisebold luruiture, made to order four month-ago. Call private tesideucs No. 12 ) Weal 2:id St . near <;th av. I -WEEKLY AND MONTHLY PAYMK.MS TAKEN JY. lor Furniture, Carpets and Bedding at H. M. COW l'EilTHWAIT A I/O.1S, 155 aud 157 Chatham st. Au Im mense stock at low prices. l'B SON HAVING A HOUSB FULL OF F1RBT ass Furniture to let cull promptly at 12:< Madlsou av. /Cosmopolitan FOLDINU bed, with mat \ ' tresses Euiertck Kiss patent, made In table, writing desk, secretary, boekcaao. bureau. ,tc., with single or double site beds, nro the most useful articles ever made; they require very small space, are suitable for dwcllitia snd . business pnrpoS 'S, have 110 appearance ol a bed, all beddlu;; placed in It. and beetle*, drawers, bookeasc, Ac., arc uselul: the articles are maniilaclured In durable manner for reason able prices l>y EMERICK KISS. 162 1'rlnco st. Furniture?private sale! auction pricbh, both rich and common. Call, examine, large assort ment : owners want money ; packed cheap FAVOR'S Auc tion House, IS Bast 14th It noil ALE-ON ACCOUNT OF REMOVAlZ TWO J* handsome walnnt Inlaid \ Bedsteads, as good a* new. Apply, lor tour days, at 51 est 4tlih st (100D SECOND HAND AND MISFIT KMILIVH T ltrus-els. three ply and Ingrain Carpels. Oilcloths. Ac., very cheap at the old place, 11- Fulton st. nMANNKS. :ia> 7N1 AV? PAYS THE HIGHEST ? pricc lur Kuriiito'e. I'arpcts, Ac mUK leading fT RNITI KB AND carpet house 1 in t e United States, on the Inatalnieul plau, u liKORilE A. CLARICE'S. 747 Bro idway. ZERO * It B F 111 ti EIIA Til It?B KS f IN rilli WOULD*; no drip, ico and food saved; reirtgerators repaired. LESLEY. 22't West .3d st . coolers of all kinds lor sale. fxR L*?. V ITaRgK asm-i.tmeni' uV SEW anh s:-.ci?.nd ^Y hand Billir.rd Tables, with the new chalitage cushion; the corded e.lgc perlocleU, at low price". L. DECKER A CO.. corner Canal and Centre au. A MERICA N" STANDARD BEVEL BILLIARD TABLE^ -'Y * lib Delaney 's wire cuatiions, solel;. naod iu all cham pionship and match games second hand tables at great bargains w .1 lir' F1 III A . 1).. JO Ve?ey st". \ GOOD SECOND HAND BILLIARD .1 ABLE FOR sale. Can be aecn at PHELAN' t warerocms, 3d East Mtl tt. A N Y '' A V claw i /^OLLEXnKK'S STANDARD AMERICA* REVEL \j tiillUtd labl*?. with Dm nltkrwid Pbtiiti Jk Collanitar CoMllMltM cmMom, for ?aia In till* city unljr *t 788 llroa?l w u\. ?ATt HKS, .IKUKUtV. Ait. IT 77 BLKKCKKK 9 T.. \KVtt Hll.iA.DW A k\ iiO.NKY" ^ V .ut? iiicrd on Dlam.mdi. Wntcli j. Jr?al.'v. &6.; alM Pa?n!ir?k?n' Tteket> bu.i.Mt af Dlamondi. W.iuUoi, Ac. 77 HiMckur U 4 r oi? broauWaX. n..aii :ist ST DlAMOXD*, ^ V Waicbc*. Jawrlrr. s>>WI ?n>: ttlrar Lvii. camd'a lia.r SU*wlt, Ac., t? utt aua *01 i . loan* n> .oiuinl J. T LVM'II. formtrljr New \ .>rk Hotel. Mokiy on humQjfua, watches, *< -dia H-. .!id?, Wau-b m, Mlverwara, Hti ->*?que?, camel ? bar Slmw ?. .tc . bought ,au<l mM * !wn <t?! ? ir*d *t a *er> -iu?!l advance. UfeU. C. Al.Lh.N Jew alifr I, i'U Bra* (way. r.ntr inli M MAK3C8 T*A ? fiCL?; 4 t Pricks never .vj'i'n.>a< HKD" IKWrwr""*"" jV Slate au.t Marb.c Matitrlv ;.ur .? -: ?/v.rnurnt id Um cut. t'KN'KHVS sltATR com HAN V. Ln: II *4u?r?, Uh *v. *i,<i iTtli ?t, Ne?r York. Macula'lurei" ol .. I It iiiWof 8Uti> Work. MVRI1U-: AXI? MAHBl.KIIUl) M a VTKUl-KEW DR. fro:n?l. uy?ard; j.-k Monumental Work at grtatl; ret.uccd yrlct?: Marbia lurmn.- f??r th- irartp. ? A. Ki.AiSl.li. IM hi?i l.-vb ii Abl'HOUHfS. "? sri<tc'i.o<iKi:.-p:?orr.>8ii.'> i.istkk. ;;i? >.th v.'; (tend for eirci.lar. AtMrc* bH 4.841 I' ?t .ilico. New , York. ? rrh>i;'?N.-t (i.\.vi. i.i ations o\ Bi/SIXLS.*, a'l I k**iilt*. ?0?ni:?!>. ! '??<?-. aba m rh-ndv !u< r. niar ri*?-tt apu <le?ib. t'ajr ralnwU .nl??? ?*ti.tia<i ?rj nth a#. Mine. *1 Xttff, Clalrec?ant. I HI'SI vK-K AND MRUICAla CtAtRVOTANT. WHO .A <?!" 'Ilc-i ?<>? Ilia Kcrli u laiiin.' -'cryihinif i.n.ue in lu! j i e :i ? ui f! . nir. - tuni'wr- and lutaeti tree. No. 1*0 Waal *&ik ??.. Mivata ?U> and 7U ara. Severe Battles Between the Forces of Goate , mall and San Salvador. HEAVY LOSSES. Generals Delgado and Figuero Killed and Sanchez and Molina Woanded. HISTORT OF THE HOSTILITIES. Politicians an d Churchmen Producing Ruin in the Republics. [From the Panama Star and Herald (extra), May 2.1 > rom our Central American exchange* brought by tho steamship Honduras we glean the lollowlug item< relating to the progress of the war between Guatemala and San Salvador:? SK Vfc.lt K BATTLKS AND HKAYT LOSFK8. The attack on Colonel Morales' detachment at the Piatauar on the 7th of April, by a Salvadorian force from Ahuachapan, was more serious than at first ap peared. Thu attaching party wan 2,0<>0 strong. The light lasted flvo hours, and the enemy retired, leaving 67 dead, over 200 Remingtons and 35 prisoners. The Guatemalans had 2 killed and 24 wounded. A30THKK INCUT. On the 13th of April a battle took place at Apeneca. At dawn the Salvadorian troops wore discovered in great uuinbcrs on tho neighboring heights north ol tne village. Tho Guatemalans, under General Felipe Cruz prepared for battle, The entrenchments were all doubly mauned. From the reserve a detachment of under Colouel Mendixobal, went out on tho road to reconnoitre, while Colonol do Lcou, with another de tachment of 260 men procoeded on tho left flunk of tho enemy. The Sulvadorlans opened flro on those two detach ments with small arms and artillery, whilo Nulla, Saravia and Molina attacked the three entrenchments or small redoubt, of the GautemaUns. After two hours of lighting Colonels Mendizobal and Lopes CMAKUKU TUB K.NKXr and put him to flight. Five prisoners were captured. lbirty-sevon dead and a number of wounded were round on tho field; 112 Remingtons, mules, horses, ic. 0 fallen into the hands of the victor*. The Gautemaljins lost one oilicer and five men killed. FOCXD Tit* MMCUr?(SUA OHO. On the 14th General Cruz started in search of General Francisco Menendez's division of 1,000 men and over took him at ten o'clock A. M. at the village or Rio Frio. Fire was Immediately opened. Tho Salvadorians had a mitrailleuse, which thuy worked busily. V1CTOKV. After a five hours' struggle the Gantemalans were victoriouse. The mltrallleus, with all its cylinders or 300 shots each, thirty Remingtons and 400 cartridges for same fell Into the hands of the Gantemalans. TUB DKAU and WODKDlla The enemy loft tnirty de.a and many wounded on tho field. General Menendez in his flfght left an elegant table bell and his binocular field glass. OKWAKD. General Pimentel (Guatemalan) had gained a victory on the 13lh at or near Ahuachapan, the Salvadorian headquarters, but the particulars are not in print Hio progress or tho Guatemalans througn the Depart ment ol Santa Anna (Salvador) was Irresistible. 1-A UMU.V CAJTOKKD. The Guatemalan steam transport, General Barrios, (formerly tho Chiriqul, of Messrs. benry Schuber it Brother,) landed a lar?e force in tho rear of La Union which captured that place'easlly. ' MAIUU1NU FOE ha* MItit'KL. General Solaris wlih some 1,800 Guatemalan! marched against San Miguel. General Brioso, a former merchant of Panama, started Iroin San Miguel with 1,600 Salvadorian troops and at a place called Pasa quiua awaited Solaris. This General, on tho 17th of April at two A. M., attacked Brioso, who.e defence caused the Guatemalans after four hours' fighting to waver; but Solaris and his officers stimulated the men sad returned to the attack. t)n tho 18th the fight was renewed, Solaris charging Brioso's entrenchments while General GarrUlo guarded tho military train with a reserve lorco, Brioso received reinforcements from San Miguel, and on the 19th tho battle opoued anew. At twelve uooo General Kmllio Delgado witn 700 of Miranda and Ras can's Guatemalan division arrived and took part in the fight. * At tour P. M. Miranda and Rascon, with 400 men, came upon the ground, and two hours alter took up u position on the rosd to San Miguel, cutting oil Brioso's communication with the city and intercepting and routing the reinforcemeuts that wore arriving from fla,:c- At A. M. of the 20th Brioso, with Lon Jino >auchcz and 200 men, forced through tho Gaate ma.an lines and escaped, leaving his military train with ono caution, one mitrailleuse, about 1,M0 Rem' ingions, over sixty cases of cartridges and several boxes of specie. CKMCRALS KIU.cn. Tho Salvadorian generals Delgado and Figuoro are among tho kiUed, and Sanchez aud Molina among the wounded. loss or nix. The loss of men on both sides was great The Guate malans lost twelve officers and the Salvadorians about double the uumber. SALVADOKUM 1* FLIGHT. Miranda, Rascon and Baraona were pursuing the Sal vador...,s dispersed on all sides. Many had como for ward and surrendered. The application of the Prosl dent of Salvador for a truce had been met with a de mand for unconditional surreidor. Tho different informants do not agree on the date of the entry or the Guatemalan army into San Miguel some saying the 19th and others tho 20th of April HISTORY Or THE WAB?ORIQ1H AMD PROGRESS OV THE CENTRAL AMERICAN HOSTILITIES ? A MAOKiriCENT COCMTRY TORN BT POU TICIANS AND CBCRCHMKN. HXADQCAKTKR.S Of Til K 0t7.ATKXAl.A5 AltlT, 1 Ciiai.< bcapa, San Salvador, April 12, 1870. j War was declared, or rather, uccopteJ, by Guatemala against san Salvador on tlio 23d of last month, at a time when, If the latter Power hud olieivcd her treaty stipulation*, the moat profound pe-ico might have reigned in Central America. A war of thin kind may seem to the people of the United States something ltlca a "t em post in a teapot;" but It should be remembered that the condition and prosperity of this interesting and wealthy portion of our continent can never bo. viewed with indifference by the America* people. The truth is. that while some short-sighted people huvo been boiittling Mexico and Central America, European mer chants dedicated all their energies to gel hold of the different branches of trade throughout the country. Tbeso intcre'ie* parties are loud in condemning TUK KKTOLVriOXAKV CONSTITCTIOX of the respective States wherein they arc located and dccry the system of forcod loans by which they are "robbed of their capital," but stick to their trading posts like barnacles to a rock. If foreign merchants suffer so much from one cause or another, why do they contlnne in the trade nnd go on periodically to Import large quantities of merchsudice jasi te have it taKcn from them by arbitrary docrees of military chielsf The truth is that thu trade is very lucrative, and those who arc embarked in it do not desire to court competition by telling the American world that they are making fortunes in Central America or in Mexico. The sharp-witted representatives or Birming ham and of Manchester, of Paris and of Berlin, havo a regularly organ.zed *y*iem ot writing dolorous lot tori to their American acquaintances. which epistles paint Spanish American countries in the most uufavurablo colors. On a luture occasion i will troat this important matter more In detail. WAR POWERS. The army ot Guatemala is estimated at about 18,COO men of ail arms, the greater part of wnoin are now on the northern frontier of San Salvador. In addition to this lorce I'm.dent Barrios could easily ra.se J0,D00 If In had arms m place la tfeetr RaiHU. The amy *1 Baa Salvador It variously estimated at from 0.000 to 9.000 men. Probably a Utile over 7,000 would be near tha truth. TBI 4KMT OF SAX SALVADOR occnptes tbe town ol 8anta Ana, a naturally strong placc. with 18,000 Inhabitants, some seren leagues south ol tbe Guatemala frontier. This strong strategic position, which lies twenty leagues to the north of tbo capital of San Salvador, Is strong!)- fortified, asd the works are armed with Hipoleou pun howitzers?can non which long .igo were rejected from the French* service to five place to the rifled gun now in use almost everywhere. Tbe Salvadoreans have committed the grave error, at the start, of occupying a YKBY BXTBBBIVS u.vx along the lofty ridge of mountains which lies contigu ous to tbe left ol Santa Anna. They hare also extended their right to a great distance from the centre. This placcs the respective divisions of tbelr small army be. yond supporting distance of oach other, and leaves it open to be asssultod and defeated in detail, as tbe French army of the Rhine was In 1870, from the very same cause. Wbetner Salvador has any reinforce ments yet to bring to the front remains to be seen. 5AVAL. Guatemala lately purchased from the Pacific If all Steamship Company the steamer Chlriqul, which is now being lilted out in tbo port of San Jos<S, as a man of-war. As soon as she receives her armament and complement of men the vessel will be despatched to blockade the coast ol San Salvador. invasion or halvauob. On the 4th Inst. President barrios marched from tbe Hacienda of Chingo with a lor.e of 8,000 men of all arms; leaving ^ ihe same time the whole extension of the line occupied in his rear, well covered by chosen troops In reserve. a strong division of 4 uoo men under General Solaris had been long ago deputched to Honduras by President Barrios, in order to check tbe move menu of the Church party in thai Republic and aid ;n establishing a liberal form Of government there. This force liRs made ouo of the most remarkable marche* on record, traversing as it has done the entire distance of more than .(Ol) leagues from the capital of Guatemala to the frontier ol S?n Miguel, in Su Salvador. Gen eral Solaris was on the route during part of the mouths ol February and March. He arrived at San Miguel on the l?t iii*t. and it is expected tbai bv this time he will have commenced ojierations agaiusi the communic* lions of the Salvadoreans 111 their rear. A VICTORY Foil TIIK (il'ATEMiUXIL Tho result of the movoraent of the 4th in?t was tho occupation by the troops or Guatemala ol ibe towns of Chalchuapa and Atlquizaya. Tho village or Platanar on the frontier line between the two belligerent Powers' recoivt d a garrison ol ;?H) Guatemalans under Lleuton ant to.oncl lion Uruno Monies. This place w as attacked on the uight of tho 6tb, or rather morning of tbe 7tb Inst., by a body of iouo Salvadoreans, under Gen erais Nuola. Molina and Bar leuie. Morales had ma terially strengthened his position by rawing stroug bar ricades and lines of breastworks; behind which It is but just to say, th.il he and his mou (ought with 'signal valor. Tho saivadorians also behaved bravely and numbers ol their dead were alterward fouud within a few puces ol the assaulted works. The firing lasted about five hours, at the end ol which period the Salva. doreans had to beal a retreat, leaving tneir aead and some of tbe wounded ou the Held. , ? . tub dkmated porcbs efi on tho grouud fllty-seven dead bodies, and their low in wounded is set down at 100. A low unsouers lell into tbo hands of the victors, and they captured over -iW American breech-Ioadmg rules, together with a considerable amount ol motalllc cartridges which d,tecl,0M of the garrison under Morales lost one lloutcnaut and a bugler killed and twenty live rank and lilo wounded President Barrios has raised Morales lo the rank of lull Colonel. CKXKRAL JOSS LOPEZ I'KAGA, who is well known both in Kuropo and America as an asluto strategist and au able organuer, is Major lien- I eral or second in command of tho Guatemalan army His headquarters are at present in Cbiugo where ue is actively engaged tu giving lorm and order to the new levies ol Guatemala as they como gradually to the front. General Ln.ga has written a number of toxt books on military art aud science, works which are he tug extensively circulated throughout ail the Status of Spanish Amorica. A new edition ol theao volumes is now boing issued in Paris aud largo numbers of them arc on their way here to bo circulated among the urmv olllcerg. 8 ' A TBXPOBABY CALM. At present there is a lull in military movements arouud the headquarters of the Guatemalan army Gen era! Barrios is cautiously feeling his way to the strong bold or his enemy, Marshal Gonzalez, who is strouifiv fort i Bed, as bclore luduated, at Santa Auna. Tho war is more likely to bo onool positions than a campaign in tbe opeii lleld. Tho uaturo of the theatre of the war Which is that of a country crossed and ridded by mouul tains of considerable altitude, promiscuously tosaod to the heavens, with rich and beautliul vallevs but not large between them, admits of no other system oi war ms KSI'll IT OK CORPS. Of the organization and discipline which charac terize the hostile armies it is better to sav little if any thing. That discipline is lax aud organization' imper fect must bo expected Irom the very uaturo of things in Central America, So lar as I cau Judge tho personnel ol tho Guatomaiau army is made up of good flghtiug men. Tnsy ar? armed with tbe best American breech loading rifles aud their artillery is equipped with i.ailing guns and Krupp cauuo*. home Amertiau and German olllcers bavo beon received into the artil lery, with the view ol lending to the uativo ofbeers the benefits of their experience, such as it may be. Presi dent Barrios, who personally commands the ar'mv is a General or great experience. nndouhted bravery and much natural capacity Tor military nrtalrs. By his own ability, seconded by ihc spirit or liberalism winch largely permeates this Republic, he was able to over throw tho retrogressive church party in Guatemala, at that limo represented by General Cerna. Sinco THK AtVKSMOX Of IJARUIOS to powor his government has given a great Impetns to public improvement and private enterprise. He him established a very acceptable system ol public educaa lion and made the attendance ol children betweeu cor tain ages compulsory. He has opened long hues or telegraph In several directions aud commenced iheeon. struct ion ol an excellent road between ihc citv or Guatemala and tho p >rt ol Isabel, on tho CarrltM.au Sea, a distance ol sixty leagues, inore or less When the present war broke out ibe government had over 1,000 men employed upon this usciul aud irauortaui work At present It is, ol course, paralyzed When 1 this road is Uuished It will place tne cuv of Guatemala ' within ten or olovun days' travel rrom New York while ' at ore-en I, unrtor tho most ravorable drcumnances ! tho iraveher occupies eighteen or nineteen davs to make tbe irip through. The new road will also obviate the necessity of pasting sbipuieuts or coffee and tbe other rich products ol Guatemala ovor the Panama Rail road. Rate* ol freight writ thus ba lessoued 1 very materially and tbe necessity ol trans- I shipment entirely done away "with. New i York and other American ports will thus I he most favorably placed with regard to the greatest 1 coll'eo market iti neutral America; a vast field will bo opened lor American commercial enterprise, and man- 1 ufacturer* who are now successfully shipping their fabrics to Manchester?which seems like "carrying coat to Newcastle"?will Mud a much more lucrative and quicker sale, not only in Guatemala, but also lu tho other lour Central Amcrican-siatcs. j Pt'BMO LOSSKS HY TIIK MILITARY POWER , No one can gainsay the fact that the present war which sectu* lo bo the work of Vice President Gourdes' [ oi Salvador, is a great misfortune to all this bcaunmi portion of America, and that it operates considerably ! to the detriment ol trade iu general; yel notwithsund ing til! Hits foreign merchants and others remain en tirely undisturbed in their respective interests. Occa- I I sioually, though not in tbe present instance the 1 native merchant may bo troubled, wilh forced j loans, but ih? rights or foreigners are uni versally respected by tho authorities; so far as I my knowledge and observation lead mo to Judge. I here aie isolated instances whcroiu the indo lence and foolish pretensions ol aliens in these eoun ? trii s have been severely chastised; but it must be con ceded mat in nearly every instance the "sufl'onng foreigner-' has been lo blame. And when it happened I thai the properly or pcr?ous ol citizen* beloagin ?' lo l other countries have been injured iu this, a universal I outcry on tbe part of foreign merchants followed ? not 1 ndfed that ihey cared a button about tho injured party or his wrongs, but that they were (.lad to get hold of some excuse to apparently justify the outrageously false reports which they are continually writing home concerning tue "awrul condiitou" o' tnese States only wlih the object or deterring other commercial men from entering the held and competing lor a share of the largo fortunes that are almost invariably realized Irom trade in Central America. ABKItli'AN mews. On the 3d Insl. 1 had tho pleasure of a long con versation with tbe Hon, George Williamson llilted Stales Minister for Central America. Coloael William son is a man who, alter a long residence in ihecountrv has become thoroughly acquainted with Its re-oure'es and the wants of people, as well as their virtues and foibles. Ho stated that u was Ins duty to travel hack i.nd rorth among the live States to wnich ho Was accredited an 1 that during bis Journeying* hither and thither in Guate mala Sun -alvador. Nicaragua, H .nauras and Cost* Kica he never had occasiou 10 carry, uiBCu less lo use a weapon ol any kiud, eitner oileu-ive or derenslve A report of this nature irotn such a quarter speaks 'vol uines in favor ol the people o Central Aniericu. i?ni giao to add my own leslim.iny so lar as it goes. I travelled lately on the ?us?- between iho port of San Jose and the city or Guatemala .and between tho latter place atid these headquarters, and, alt. oueh it is war time, 1 neither saw nor heard of a highwavmaa. In this respect me country is verj diflereiit Irom Ucx Ico There everybedv goes armed, aud ? hd- oh the a" "U,ck :rom ro:' ,?r^- ?e'? oo'l-dy outMde or he army carries fliearms or thinks ol any dangor on the road. ' TIIK LIBERALS Of SAX #AI.Va!HjB are receiving President Barrios aud his invsding army with open arms. Alrea.i> neaily 700mon Otto bear ariu have presented themselves in tho Guatemalan .amp, among ?ehoiu are Couoral Bon Kraaciseo Lopoa, Don raliiau ilorait, a wealthy pr prietor, aud others, these people, who say thai tney are fleeing from the tyranny o their government, have l)tuci a pollUcai plan esr>e pianj d,a*n lor me purpose oi disavowing ibe goveru liient of tiouzalez and Valle aud pledging themselves to assist in Its overthrow. ! . ?S CLERICAL foKCK. It must not bo thought that aay point or part iu this fewer is directed agaiusl the pr.u.thood or the Catholic t.nuri.h, or, ludeed, igaiust any ereed, but whea the imuisters oi s deuomination. whatever it may be called. which pretends to preach the Gospel of Christ, so far forgot themselves as tbe Roman Catholic clergy m Central America have done, they mnsi not expeot that i public cau Indorse their acts, (t is a i w*U kaowa last that the ib sea acre of lu Mlfaal, oa lb* SKI of Jul last, vii Instigated bjr the Padrt Pslacios, who is si liberty. and ha* never been put rci trial for the crime by the government ot s in Salvador. Tbe reaaua or the massacre was iliat tbe victim* were ?nipoctM of liberal teudeactes. As inothur j>roo! of the despotic and intolerant altitude of tbe priesthood I giro below a translation of as axath km a or uconcnciTiox which was fulminated. published and pr.nted against President Barn on. Tbe paper is so curious iu itsoll that I incioto tbo printed original. Here it is:? We. Uuctor Mnrianu i>rtls t'rmela, bv tbe grace of God snathe Holy Apostolic See, Bishop of Teya. and with access ory jurisdiction In the Bishopric of Guatemala and otber Ldoce%es of Central A merita. to our very Iteioved mmi and brothers in our Lord Jesus ChristWe Bake known? Thai, by virtue of tbe sacreu bolt. ?'Qmnmhit /mm," ex tend rt in favor of the faithful is Central America who hare not lorirotten their July ae Christiana. at page 177 of oar ecclesiastical iirotocol, will be found the capitular and diocesan resolution tue tenor ot which sars:? L For as much aa the Canons ef Holy "Mother Cbarch lay down that all these who. like obedient sheep, arc adaed to nor Christian fold, will be takes and held aa faiibfal sons of tue holy religion of the Crucified, who died on tbe croae tor all iroed people, asking recompense lor all Hia true pros elytes. i l hat if there woull be one who. by act or word, accord ing to tb ? sacred Canons, who would offend or scoff at the ecclesiastical soreoKsnles, or against its auk-ust minister*, or should raise himself acainst the sacred Scriptures. or who should mock the iniaiatert of Christianity, ha should bo chastised enee. twlee, and aa many times as might be ae crssary for the vindication ef offended religion. 3. That the pastors charged te guard the creed of the Old and New Trstamnitr whose text* ara of strict observance, in conformity with the canons 7 aud 21. Doa v Keinlelt, C. F We must watch lor the observance ofaa ntach a* is ot was in the jurisdiction ot our congregation. 4. Seeing that our Brother Jose Rulinu BarriOa has bo enuie nn apostate lrom our sacred maxims, outraging oui communities oven to appropriating their rents and capitals, refusing tn bear the clamor of the Christian humanity, giv ing the lie to Catholicism, naurping the immunities ot the ho'y Catholic Apu-tolle and lioman Church, under wboso protection we ought to live and die to mailt eternal happi ness. aud, 5. Tuut according to the canon ".St quit riolantn muawt inirrrrrt in rlrrinm nrl manarttm. nnatmna Wt," our Brother J use Kullno Barrios has placed himself, outside of the com munion ol our flock by buffeting some of the ministers of the religion which we proteae. (United together in our holy communion un'ler the test, "t It mad ilwi i"! tret roiurrfi'iti in nomine inc. <W turn In mr ilut eorum," and bavins lighted the randies aa prescribed by the holy Council of Trent. in accordance with legitimate Lateruism and consulted the tradition* of Ht. John Chrit tran-ui'ited to our legitimate pastors, tbe only descendants of lit. Peter, VI liunfl AND I'OMMAXD, I. That the man who is called Jose Ituilno Barrios I* held to be excommunicated from onr blessed congregation and whom to-day 1 prohibit from taking the name of one of the saints of our Itoinan niartvrplo^.v. ?j. \\"c caution th laithlu' not to communicate with blm who is called Jose Rutlno Barrio*, who bat been placed out side of the mercy of (i?d. 3 If eur accused brother fRoflno Barrios) wishes to con tinue in the government ol the diocesis of Guatemala let him be accursed by all generations, and let him be held once and a thousand tikes as a Pharisee and a Publican of uodera times, and ?1. Let tbe fate of the accuned excommunicated follow all those who will lend to him their support to throw to tbo ground tbe altars of our religion, Ac., Ac. MAKIaNO, Bishop of Toys. 'KEEP OFF THE GRASS." WIIAT THE PEOPLE THINK OF TBE CEKTBAIi PARE BCLES?SUGGESTIONS *B03f HEBALD BEADBB8. Nkw York, May 11, 1876. To tub Editor or Tin Hkrai.d*? 1 was more than pleased, and I am sure many thousands besides me, nt the short bat crisp editorial a few days ago in your very vuluable paper in regard to our Central Parle. I say "our" lor tho reason that any man that pays rent (as well as tbo tax payers) ib this badly governed city can or ought to claim tbe Park as ours, although two or three men manago to have all to say about it. And then you gave them another good long broudsldo in yesterday*'* paper, and 1 liojie you will keep at It until we, ua und our families can go to tho l'urk and uot feel us if we wero paupers or criminals every step wo tuke, watched by those grav-coatcd chaps; but then It's not what they sty to you, but It's the way they yell at you If you hnppon to look tbe wrong wny; it's perfectly awful to go there any more, for there Is not much comfort ou a hot day walk ing on some of the roads up there. I hope yon will glvo them another broadside or two, and if that don't make them come to terras, then you will have to try something more severe and seo how that will alTect them, for, as the hot weather approaches, it's a subject that concerns thousands ol our citizens: among them, yours truly, "GREEN GRASS." A PLEA FOB THE BOYS. To thr Editor or tub Hkbald:? Heading of your warfaro iu this morning's Hbbalb and also of the reply which one of your correspondent! named "Criekeler" received Irom the l'ark Commis sioners, I thoueht that 1 would add my wish to the list which I presume you will receive very soon, that is, to have you cont nuo in your good work. "Cricketer" us Us for a place to play cricket. Now. why should they refuse to set apart a place for the bovs and young men who are enguged in business all week, with prob ably the cxcepljon of Saturday gfternoon. There Is a tract just above the new Reservoir which is very deslr able us a ball ground. What do tho Commissioners suy* Let them speak. Excuse the spnee that 1 have taken aud be kind enough to publish it, as I am speak tnu for the majority ot the amateur players. Respectfully, CHARLES S. ADAMS, 48 8tuyve*ant street, eltjt A lady's scogestio*. Totii Editor or tub Hbkald:? In your article on Central Park in yesterday's paper I see that the grass on the base ball ground will not grow and that it presents the condition ol a ploughed held, without sign ol vegetation. This is easily reme died by sowing oats with the lawn seed. They coma up at oncc and protect the young grass Irom the beat ol the sun wbllo growing, and when mowed it makes a beautiful lawn. I oiler this suggestion, as I have tried it myself at a country place where grass would not grow in any other way. A FEMALE AGRICULTURIST. Nbw York, May 11, 1876. THE HABD-HEABTBD COMMUUONBB& To tux Editor or tub Rbb ald!? It seems to me that the Park Commissioners must b? exceedingly hard hearted If, after reading yoar urgent appeal in this morning's Ubrals to remove their d? testable sigus from the lawns in the Central Park, the) still rofusc to do so. The Indescribable joy and pleas ure which, by so doing, ibev would give to to many persons would compensate lor tbo little damage that might possibly be dono to the grass, and I am sure that there is many a poor person who would be glad, and would probably prefer to take oil their shoes if they could only have the privilege of running and romping on the beautiful green grass. Tho poor children will appruciato more aud receive greater benefit by being permitted this privilege than all the sheep and lambs put together. Wishing you success in this good work I am yours, with rcspect. A POOR PERSON. Nkw York, May 12, 1876. WOODLAWN CEMETERY EEPOET. The Board ol Trustees of the Woodlawn Cemetery have just made their annual report for the put year oiid elected otneors of the corporation. The officem elected are:?President, William A. Booth; Vice Presi dent and Comptroller, Caleb P. KnevaU; Treasurer, | Lucia* Hopkins; .Secretary, James I). Smith; Board of : Trustees?William A. Booth, Lucius Hopkins, Jam?s I). Smith, Augustas Schell, Sbeppard Gundy, Charles Crary, Hugh N. Camp, lieorgs A- Peters, 1 Charles 8. Smith, Kobert L Irvio, Amos Copping, Caleb B. Knevals; Superintendent, Henry L Diorlny; Knpineer. Charles W. Unvwold; A'iRitiani Treasurer, Kussell Hotcbkiss. During the year 1,088 interments bare taken place Id the cemetery; deposited in the rcceiviug tomb, 190; removed from tlm cemetery, 79; remaining in the tomb, 38. The recoipis lor the year were $5,135 14; cash oil tiund at the end of the last annual report and received from sale ol lots and oilier sources $32,616 39; mak:ns[ a total of (97,761 5:1; paid on account of lur ther purchase of land and general expenses. $93,808 86; 1 cash on h ind. (:i,942 68. A large outlay has been ' made in improMng the cemetery and getting nsw roads i built aud the land into proper condition for burial | purposes. The romeiery ??> opened In 1(M>5, and sines I thai time there have been 14,848 interments. THE KAILROAD WAB. All the groat national railroad linos ar? now carrylnf east bound ireights at from IIfloen to twenty cents pel 100 pound* from all points as far west as Chicago. Thi New York Central, the Erie, the Pennsylvania Central, the Bait more and Ohio and tho Grand Trunk lines all proles* to keep up the rales fixed In the tariff ol March 2. They claim that the other parlios to lh? taritl nre uoi standing by It. but are sending west bouuu Ircltfht at reduced rates. It is said that ths companies rarely O^lil on both east and weal bound freight at tbo same time, but reduce the rales on on? and adhere strictly to the rates on the other. It ts b? licrcd that the trouble will continuo (or sons Um? longer. SPECIE PAYMENTS. The banks were allowed yesterday to get Treasury checks to the amount of $aOO. During the day tin rollowinc amounts were paid out:?For bonds, $166,000; interest, $212,1)00. In silver to 184 applicants, f 12,630; in lreasury checks, $37,8<iH; in currency cheeks. $19,386. There is a premium of three per cent oa si'ver lu Wall street. To-uay'a steamers export $800,000. THE STAGE FAKES. To thi Editor or th* Hkralo:? While you are advocating a cheap mode of traaspof taron why will you not advise the stages to com* down lo the old standard? Five or six cents at most IS as much as they ouj<ht to demand; ten 1s certainly too much. As everything elso has come down, I see no reusou why they should not lollow. 1 hop# you will annate the subject speedily. It is the desire of vary many who arc willing to leave it in your bands, know ing that you ever have the public benedt at bear4 oxk up many icrrsRjftu. Haw You, Hf X, 1171

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