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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - December 4, 1872, Boston, Massachusetts WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 187 PRICE FOUR BO S T OK AND the Romantic en titled The CATARACT OF THE New Novel Slug Continue ami excellent nul the tiul Ponies oT MATINEES Doors open at mill rip H E L O JL CHEKEY FLOY Dooi open ut Overture at J and Lust week of the ot MISS KG HERTS THIK EVENING tlie will commence witn Drama of THK MAID WITH BO ULT f original celebrated Military Urania of JESSIE BROWN THK OF DION tier original SHIEL JESSIE at Farewell Miss The and Rifled JUrs will here BOSTON M U S E U M jj I After Preparation and Su mrb nnd HAY and at HO W A R J A T H E NG U KICK EVERY further and will be pre sented a new Before f ho On After the WITH GRAND THOUSAND FKET OF all the incidents connected with tlic terrible A will lie from the to the of the various engine compan in After tlie tho Variety En in which ul the The will opun at 7 at P ri R E M o N HEADINGS MONDAY December December Ecs open Wednesday November at the Evening commences Mat nice commences 5O TQ O S T O N A T H E N JE U M THE WAY COLLECTION OF EGYPTIAN The Museum of rint on exhibition a collection of etc at the of the Beacon KNOW THYSELF Olf A and models of tho human in Health and Open from 9 to 10 Admission 0 D D FELLOWS This FAIR will open at the Splendid New by the at the of Tremont and Warren Oil Wednesday nt Z oclock and Ten 25 yeason M i for Extra Attractions Offered Every IN WAX ULASS Ann A will lie served at reasonable will be open day and even Tlie of the balls above is worth the of P E O r A L MISS LECTURES In of Normal are TO THK WEDNESDAY IN nf for sale at 3 Beacon E T T Y S B U B John pi a Hays of it water lias ouri tive in fornis of Uys jn SK ot tire Watur Acute Chronic an Actual Iar tt the White of the Mcdi tal University at and ot on of works on Hie use of ns a solvent if the in rheu and it to a rank of 1Iuvape and power riot I tun aware in of any mineral wator or medical Iu New Yoik Medical o also ii much re Miy as wll vs the irritable of old ngo uf have hi regard to thin nny as by John ami other of inj tlie in or on and to ny t ral o as in From MI own ilh wu thut ti Ling a all tbn and under the and thy oi I he and the all f tin bo i const ln Ihe if the tur ih yu with 1hLii ifa of tuy evj the yip In ti and all of or even to pass a The result in JIM appetite anil u Kir i tranquil a ami an nervous ail or find an oi urie or I rum tin no lunger thin iu as it uih in and tn i uid health unit t J to six ur nlil lur WHITNEY I A K i S P S K V K N f PUB loriJ years past as and Dealer in Illustrated 141 Tremont will not re sume the old trade at except in To a experience In all of and and of adds talent for anv position of nnd to or write and of standard value in Business proposals from f and the public are to act as or manager of or to and compile new to sell bv sub or the Guide lias travelled extensively and is well known He will faithfully he undertakes to do and has a corps of assistant i ivady when busi m ss record in and anil testimoni ils ior over years always Washington at and opposite Town liox 2IJ7 l N To the Senate and House of Assembled ilie Middlesex for thu of the run of in city ol respectfully your honorable bodies that they may be authorised and empowered to and Die running of their from square to the junction of Washington witli nmt near the old by following From said Tremont by a track to the with the tracks of the Metropolitan Com thence upon and over thu tracks of the said Metropolitan Railroad Company in Tromont Micot to avenue thence to MR junction with Washington And for the purpose shall be with nnd enter and use with their and the said Metropolitan or any other street railway company in Sail also further hat they bo authorised to extend their time t in Ihe city of with ihe consent of tho board oi mill aldermen of said The by JOHN GOLDTHWAIl cY KUK WA K Eii CALKU O HI i j Avery CAN Illi FOR AT THK OF ABBOTT 13 WASHINGTON TO THE LATELY DOING IN THK have as soon as they shall have taken new to send their the of of OF CHAUNCY where a will be of all business to he published as soon as it lie HAMILTON OP T N S U A N FIBE The losses of the following Insurance Companies Ijy the great in this city of and amounting to less two million will be paid in full an soon as they ean li properly and wibe continued at srne fie FIEE all Life in over P in w TV IY INSURANCE New ri r FIRE New HOFFMAN FIRE New 40 Devonshire Street BOSTON POST H E CO NFL A TO THE DRUG Weeks Potters Store in Asbes Weeks Potters Store in Ashes NO INTERRUPTION IN WE OIEN BUSINESS THIS MORNING 11 AT 176 TREMONT are ready to til may lie WEEKS Wholesale COMPLETE WANTED i ells Haul I TEN j o ELLWOOD j D i x c L A i R il OIL of Picture Frames I J Oil YOUNG tt O A K H A SAME LOW PRICES AS BEFORE THE ALL ARTICLES YOUTHS OAK i ISAAC FENNO Wholesale 484 490 WASHINGTON Hinine secured in this central location V e invite tho trade to our of MENS and BOYS saved from Ihe lire and in process of We have al ready our complement of cutters at work and our Ma Room in full and hhall daily receive fresh additions to our Our for a few days will WASHINGTON and trust oar friends wsl favor us with an early settlement of their accounts W GO L L E N All Woollens can be and at the PATENT STEAM 4Ut and 5th 13 and 15 BOWKER cfc 0 T H RIPLEY HAVE 4O9 Washington Opposite Globe EW AND MARSH AUK NOW T I I I ij Ju I IN Unequalled in and Variety IN MARSH Washington and Avon WATSON Machine Silk Can tilth UK at WASHINGTON O T I O K Chelsea DyeHouse K JACK E T S SLEIGHING HAY WALES A SMALL VOICH OK Vienna Sleighing ON are a stylish novelty for bo sUvet or mul arc particularly fur cold Winter juite as warm as Uss HAY II 13 Winter OF THE GREAT Tlie having tlie entire ruins of ol 1lutcil mill the tanic for sale as ul Hustons The country trade will ho with suit al the Queen of om APPLETON C6 TO THE WATCH TRADE Our Customers in New England Our having nil boon pare fully thu tiro oui in in cit condition nnd ready for found ut 29 PEMBERTON have removed for a few days pending re pairs to our 8 Mummer for American A B P E T 1 T J S NEW SNOW Foreign and Domestic OIL Iu Every Variety oi AT Customers ure lo eall for were mved the Do not hat our at the ure Bring your for or to our temporary 47 Temple J E W E T T S P NT ARTIFICIAL of Street Jlf for the IMS ten it at Jai ii wline MOSi I I A TC1 anil for j MA I j SNOW 43 arid 45 Washington n o s T o I M NOW TO AMI FOK A 1 B B A N ti S T A The in tin he r A IK BANKS WAM MILK NKW H A R L K S F P K A S E Oil I J i if LM Nru XH j i FUR i And iu jul GEORGE V K U T G L A R 1C i N K Y 1J T K A S K V KS Eft AM 409 Washington K s u t i j PECK I j AND 383 WASHINGTON J ill In KEW I tit Treasure on on MI tlie have a smaW the mere nf is enough to is This volume is a part of Amil liy Louisa name well to all am little and oldfashioned now in habiting the The hook is u rol account of Hie experiences of three travelling in Italy anil The who re counts was one of the anil she rather exults in the in spite of nil cies to the three utterly unlike in every lind lived happily together for twelve long had travelled unprotected land and had two an an and a yet with no no no and no disappointment worth accordingly ad vises all timid now on the to strap up their bundles in light marching mid push boldly They will need no protector lint their own no guide but their own good sense and and 110 interpreter H that womans the has a little polish on carefully abstains from writing what is called a book of and confines herself to giving an amusing account of what really occurred to herself anil her two in the parly devoted much more time in hunting up 1ickenss characters than in visiting They nearly succeeded in and took weal pic and porter at The description of and his is the most lifelike we ever Indeed whole oue of tlic book is that of conversa in the familiarity of ordinary talk is ac companied witli more Hum ordinary of HI that her readers in sonic lid said to join the party and It limy be added that one IK never tired of any record ola foreign makes him oi lier a companion of I In journey ami as Miss Alcott in the principal objection which will be made in her book is Its by Williams A Osgood X have published an attrac tive iin bonk called Treasure with twenty live by linely engraved by is a poem to tlie with ol for ils and the siege of where Hichard was for its sub The veise has a seemingly careless ease of move as if Ihe restraints of were never felt by asan obstruction to his nar It has the charm we feel in reading or in reading the poems of J Fere is a specimen line heard of Ilic ion King Who made the harps of the minstrels well they might imagine it Haul for ranks to show A more to face u With ft firmer lance or n heavier Than Or gayer withal for he loved Ins As well as lie with slashing The helm to hack nt Wine or blood he laughingly poured Iwas a lightsome word or a heavy As he found a foe or a festive With a nit nil or a joke to crack i vassal of the who on his estate a which is thus Ills father natures dohl had paid About the time of the Third A lime when the Cushion was fully of running in tilts and When pinnies were high and prudence And knight felt bound to go The just like Uy running his purse ami u Paynim the leader of Kichards free who their souls and swords to the highest tiger to lion And trusting ho thought it odd To tear the Devil or honor in fashion to lead tlic In the his lie like a harness Could walk his mile in And gave him such a Ilia tailor such a That whether a head or a heart his aim He ulw ays made a Wherever he tlie ladles dear very soon adore Ami quite of course the lords would never sneer before it with the ladies worse Than it tared with their gallants Fur he broke a vow with as slight IK As ever he broke a Thus tilling and jilling lie fought jj or fooled a recking how So deadly so cruel and He might have made a capita Or splendid dandy now illustrations oi this witty and poem arc as in harmony with its gen spirit style as it he had written it is fol London and have in an volume of Assays MI by Willium Jal the distinguished author of f Vnl ral and This JK a valuable worthy of read by the the of the and by that large body of to whom the of additional Igc rc the people oi the Kast is a c one ol the few win have endi ored to understand by in tin mi HI of variom Mali Uy on an rn ho might now suc as a of the has a com of and Hie t well as that u ilMi iit i The ii ill til il in pat ivi if 111 i fatir tol K i i i 1 1 sj a it iii I a a lit I and r 1 thr of i ot nimr li hr of IlH ami on and oi the and tlie f dil renl for Tin t i a nf ot i In tlu l hi v of en one and tlie Ill of tin C nil flu ninth an I I Sinn in Ibe ol Arii life linn i I Sumol iil ting r c M i V ill uur 1 ii i l 1 chilli Acs b t hnu Mia I n At n a in it in ttii talic 114 ot Jr m 1 li in a h i oi iii u attract who arc in the wojic of the momentous questions it s i and ably by dames have published the second volume of what promises to be a fresh and original collection of hoys Our Young The present volume is even better than the It is Left on or tho cf the The tin ugh intended for is calculated to all classes of full is it of vivid exciting adventure and intrepid i and disappointment only these young amateur sailors new occasions for daring frolic and Tlie story invigorates an well us J he author wo Ste n Down Easter of Maine and certainly the suit of the iea is in bis He wastes no They arc only to represent diameter or narrate lie seems too full of matter to sparo any lime for commonplace The young we appreciate this characteristic of his MUI Huberts have Katy a story by Susan author of The New Years The story belongs to that class of childrens books in an attempt is to resent children as they really at the same to introduce such incidents as on lit a good direction to their impulses and The heroine of the story is early her by the ministry of and she from her rial purl lied and on the very edge of There is great free dom displayed throughout the narrative in represent ing character everybody has fair piny in developing his or her peculiar characteristic but the general result is eminently moral and eminently Icr sale by Williams AVc have received from Mallory Uc Chnich Annotations of the Hymnal consisting of Sketches of Originals nnd by This volume is of much interest to all worshippers in churches who wish to know something about the writers of the hymns they and of the variations of the original For mie by Williams MUSIC AND THE took occasion to one ol the most extraordinary speeches before the of the Theatre that was ever heard from that if we may credit general U that lias been made a mar tyr that he has been misrepresented to obtain thai satisfaction for his soul told his piteous ami pitiful story o of spectators w ho were present to witness Ins did not approve oC the ill tide which appeared in THE CLONK the day after he had ni ted so and will not fay refusing to play to the terms of his stated many silly tilings last hut we shall only pay attention to that which most He af that what we in the article thai has so tlie ealm of his innocent was not only know but he It wart all of the If may take tho words of those interested in the and as their name is not we presume wo every word of that wus did try to his did cause posters to Vie placarded on the walls in contra diction of announcements by the mun did advertisements in the variance with the advertisements of the Globe did try to act the to bully the into ean his to discourage ami brow beat only succeeded In at the did refuse to play on the Monday as a that hi could no sleeping ear Ilom then that he was fatigued then said he would not play under nny and after through a of moral at length sheltered himself behind his and said she was too ill to We are somewhat at the unblushing impudence ot In so denying the truth of in our duty to lit knows very well that every it is There is as much reliance to be placed on word as when he name to a French play and claims it as his Whenever insults the public an he did on that Monday we shall take him to task for Does think can always the American with impunity he think he con always them with tho contempt that marked his conduct in London during our late when he hoisted the Hag on hin theatre kept it there against lie remonstrance and entreaty of every Union man in a standing to the people who and fed him when he came here poor In purse and popularity is very fortunate that he has not been hissed from our Hugo for his ingratitude and his gra lint we are wasting words We again every word of what we have said and if he is anxious for the if he wishes the story of his actions In he can have Of the coarse tone of his remarks we have noth ing to Some of hem called torth a deserved This unhappy and silly man has made a 1OSTON was produced in admirable stylo on night to i large It wan bly well and w as placed upon the iu a at handsome and It achieved a mott d in last judging from the ap and with it was received at its fust performance at there is every that will ils former lease of popu II was the tlic and company in the leading with its in naturally lilt we Ironi of Hie parts played at the than at the and ot arc better phm d at the urn were at the Tic itself not ti say tlie main thread if Ihi appeals as long an will bo ils and wins ily illi i1 of this a Annie thi pn n in a h ia ur d ii c in in I I th a i ai iii c iir I ol ill li ri ii l rii ti to in I be ul I pll I ill II J f i r i to of thr j as Ali t iii tin later nd nn re si with ani inti ga u dry nl thr i it in a thai i The i iot the ut i if Han liii ih and Milan l the h i niili ir L in i of len 1Mk Thn minor parts were carefully ns a well playe The sets arc very the opening scene ot the and the ruins in the fourth and the manner of its production and performance will well sustain the reputation of the will be performed this afternoon and and until further GLOBE Jessie was pres on Monday with as Jessie and Barry as The piece was excellently placed upon the nd wan very well acted gave the capital assumption of her pres ent engagement in her performance ol the It was charming in its sympathetic Shiel Barry gave a coloring to hut it is not a part that permits him to exhibit the best features of bis iar style of Sheridan deserves especial mention for his strong nnd effective rendition of The scenery was and the performance as n whole warmly BOSTON Two performances of The Cataract of the Ganges will he given this tiie first being for the accom of little ladies and suburban resi It is needless to offer any special comments upon this popular as the theatre Is at every HOWARD Boston hns drawn immense anil the panorama depicting the late dreadful lire lias been received with the unequivocal demonstrations ol popular During the run of this piece cash engine company in the city is to be the recipient of a handsome tire They are to be distributed in the numerical order of the Engine Com pany a will receive u trumpet Tlie olio entertainment proves as attractive as THE THOMAS The third concert ot Theodore Thomas Orchestra took place at Music Hall last before an audi ence by far too limited in number for an entertain ment so interesting and We cannot account for the of patronage that has marker this of unless on the score that our have not yet sufficiently recovered from the shuck of our late disaster to enable them to enjoy of this We are sorry in any as these concerts deserve and should receive the fullest encouragement of all who take an earnest in terest in musical Last nights concert waa in every respi ct worthy to rank in companionship with its noble overture to Lear received a superbly broad ami vigorous treatment from the Mchlig played Ihe movement of delightful eon In in her own thoughtful and sympathetic and with a most tender of the sentiment that pervades the Her performance of the and fiery introduced by Von was marked by a masterly grandeur and Osgood sang Schuberts Erl and a of live songs y but though he showed pure an earnestness that almost amounted to and a musicianly his voice exhibited same absence of sympa thetic quality and expression that were so prominent in it when we heard symphonic The of the vas new to The programme gave the following description of It In the Museum at Berlin are sis mam moth fresco paintings by portraying the most in tho progress of the worlds The fourth of Die or Battle of the is a most mas teily and ideal representation of the of the barbarian hordes the in other the struggle of Christianity against and a state of This picture suggested to his The choral proclaims the final triumph of the according to their timehonored offered tip a song It in useless to deny that the work contains Home remarkable Instrumental that there is a attractiveness In It Liszt has mistaken noise for grandeur anil learned confusion for It may describe the struggle of Christianity against but there is much of tho latter and very little of the former and barbarism seemed to have all to from beginning to What interest it attracted night was kept up only by the playing of the This sort of music may be very very very original and very free from aught that resembles adherence to the of the but it Is but a sorry substitute for what and Beethoven left to Mu sic like this may become the delight of the hut we think it will he a future when ail love of the graceful and the beautiful has disap when the human heart is to and responds only to that stern fact of which Mr wan the advocate and the anil when trigonometrical tables are read by young with the same with which they had read Tenny sons poetry or The fourth concert will take place on Friday even Among the features of the programme are Mo G minor symphony the overture to Lohen grin and Dcr dcr by Wagner a violin solo by and a piano solo br Miss Anna CURRENT oi iion hi the ilu diu nnd oi It in quite tiling in at this u an Hum lor 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