Primrose and west, with their superior coterie of minstrelic artists, wil) appear with one of the most pleasing programs ever offered by the enterprising dual managers who head this vast organization, and who every season for almost a decade have found welcome waiting them in this city. Their efforts to please always met with hearty response, and their success repeated itself year after year. An oíd but true saying, "Tliat which pleases tong and pleases many must possess merit," was exemplified in their case, as their entertainment has been the very best of its kind, each succeeding season bringing the addition of modern songs, dances, new effects, etc. Their commedians have been the leading exponents of their art, their musicians masters of thí'ir callirig, their vocalists except'nms in their melodie expressions. The present season being a year of general celebration, in lionor of the times, they have striven to outdoall former efforts in their desire to excel all precedents and represent with minstrelic perfection the American standard of their art. Their company is full of merit, being artists in their several directions and include the names of man y who have won universal praise. The entertainment will be found novel in form, refined in expression, original in its features and rich in its costuming and scenic effects. Grand Opera House, April 12.