Christmas evening a grand performance! Commencing at 7:30
The week commencing Monday, October 7, John F. Poole's new drama, entitled "Eva; or, Uncle Tom's Cabin"
The week commencing Monday, November 3. Mr. Josh Hart's world-renowned creation, "Chicago Before the Fire, During the Fire and After the Fire"
Mr. J. H. Wallack's original American equestrian drama in six acts and eight tableaux, entitled "The Bandit King"
Monday, January 14, 1878, Georgie Dean Spaulding, queen of the cornet and empress of the harp
Monday, February 11, 1878, "The 8th Ward By Day and Night"
Thursday afternoon, May 4, 1876, farewell benefit of Mr. George Rignold
Aberle's Tivoli Theatre. Week commencing Monday, February 5. Mr. Wm. H. Rightmire and his trained pony, Little Nell, in the drama "The Boss; or, Living for Vengeance"
Aberle's Tivoli Theatre. Monday evening, July 8, the song and dance artists and comedians, Tierney & Cronin
Monday, March 11, 1878, Harrigan and Hart will appear in Edward Harrigan's great hit of the season, "Sullivan's Christmas"
Monday evening, January 14, 1878, Harrigan and Hart will produce Edward Harrigan's original drama in four acts, entitled "Christmas Joys and Sorrows"
Monday evening, January 28, 1878, Harrigan and Hart, the people's choice, in Edward Harrigan's new and original local drama, "The Italian Junkman"
Thursday, June 12, 1873, a grand charity matinee under the direction of Mr. Augustin Daly, in aid of the Foundling Asylum of the City of New York, under the care of the Sisters of Charity
Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 29, grand musical and dramatic festival, afternoon and evening, for the benefit of St. Cecilia's Church (Rev. H. Flattery, Pastor)
Benefit of the New York Foundling Asylum under the charge of the Sisters of Charity, Saturday afternoon, February 7, 1874
"The Haunted Wig Maker", "The Day We Went West", "The Skeptics", "The Invalid Corps" and "The Italian Padrone"
The popular emotional actor, Mr. J. Z. Little, and the beautiful actress, Miss Lizzie Campbell, will appear Monday evening, March 11 in the drama in four acts, "Roving Jack; or, Saved From the Wreck"
Bowery Theatre. The largest and most elegant variety theater in America will open on Monday evening, February 11, 1878
Thursday and Friday evenings and Saturday matinee, the ever thrilling dramatization of Mrs. Southworth's greatest ledger story, "The Hidden Hand"
Monday and Tuesday evenings, February 17 and 18, 1868, the comedy in three acts by Charles Gaylor, entitled "Our Female American Cousin"