The great Gilmore and his wondersul band appear in Detroit May nth and i2th in four grand festival concerts. There is but one Gilmore; that everybody knows, and when he comes, he comes like an army with banners, accompanied by a galaxy of vocal stars which none of his rivals or imitators daré undertake the expense of. Gilmore has this time outdone even his former self; he will introduce to the Detroit public the great king of tenors, Campanini; also Mme. Natali, Ida Klein Anna Mantell, Sig. Spigaroli, Sig. Sartori, and Miss Maude Powell, the greatest female violinist living. Gilmore and his band will give concerts which will linger in the memory for a generation of time. Address F. J. Schwankovsky's Music House, 23 Monroe Avenue, for reserved seats at popular prices, $1.00 and L1.50 at evening concerts; 50c and 75c, afternoon concerts; general admission 50c and $1.00. Excursión rates have been arranged on nearly all railroads.