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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - February 1, 1873, Boston, Massachusetts SATURDAY FEBRUARY PRICE rri H E I CHENEY Last two performances present of 2 i NO at farewell Benefit anil Last of on which occasion lie will appear in Four of Ins Most Celebrated ot HENRY GENERAL LIFE 1853 SO 1873 BOH 1RYAK Including the Vision Scene and The Haymakers After which the 4th act of NO And concluding with the RETURNED II FLORENCE MONDAY the charming young AGNES in Play of GINT E S BOSTON AND THIS AND OII In his highly sensational ACROSS THIS The evening will include the Drama of Miss as Doors at und 7 at 2 and B O S T ON ACTING A GREAT SUCCESS I 1 AX SUCCESS I t If Ktera at Wednesday and Af at RACHEL THE ANU SAY may bo ordered for B Keats secured six davs In GLOBE EXTRA PRODUCTION OF A NEW SOCIETY Pt AND DEBUT OF A NEW ARTISTE 1 Monday Will bo for the first time in this Victo ilen latest and Society of singu lar emotional in 6 entitled AGNES Introducing to the Boston public tho charming young MISS AGNES hi the title and for whom the play was specially Scenery and Appointments all New I Keats secured six days in OSTON AKD B ADELAIDE The Manager has great pleasure In announcing an for n limited number of with the Beautiful and Gifted 3VEZSS will make her debut In Boston In her Impersona tion of in ROMEO AND And for which event special engagement has been made with tho talented young JOSEPH To appear as The remaining characters will be sustained by the Sale of seats at the Box this RICH Every evenine during the week ending when will ho presented a new and origi nal written expressly for the Howard entitled PRETTY DICK in which the Burlesque Company will First appearance of tins California Character nml First appearance of the Intrepid LEOPOLD aud and their Master The Great The Little Miss PETTY and Hogle and Franklin and all the Howard Will Tho i Perils of Frontier Doors open at 7 oclock begins at Matinees Wednesday anil Doors at 2 oclock begins at R K with her In their wonderful aud Mysterious EXHIBITIONS POW at JOHN and continuing tho THE WAY COLLECTION OP EGYPTIAN The of Arts has on exhibition a largo etc at Hie Gallery of tho BOSTON Beacon 1VATIONAL COLLEGE OF Established bv the Mendelssohn Quintette Spring Term will begin February t THOMAS K t Tremont KNOW GALLERY OF Washington opposite A startling und thrilling models of tho human In Health Open from 9 to 10 Admission SO R A TV TO I SONG I ami DANOIS A good gratis to all A 120 Hanover Williams of the American Lecture has tbo bonor to an a Lecture will be delivered in TREMONT on TUESDAY at 7i by EMILY One of the distinguished women of Miss FAITHFULL done more than any other person to improve the condition of woman In Subject Glimpses of Ureat Men and Women I have for CD cents with reserved can bo obtained at the of Osgood GOODS Specially for the LIFE INSU COMPANY OF NEW since N E R A AGENCY MUTUAL LIFE OK NEW Kooin Scars on first All premiums due on policies in tho Mutual Life In surance Company of Sat York we payable to AMOS Geneva Boom Sears whom all tho renewal receipts on old anil now policies are by the AMOS General Agent for Mass find GOODS and Goods or Completely Far on or Monthly A system by means of with small fixed 01 prefer to operate with their money rath than invest it In household may secure comforts of for a small on a have no We auk monthly for goods from some weekly payments from this although OrBt to bring our goods within the people of moderate very worked into general favor business men aud Vet parties would not for a moment of tak ing credit and giving security by chattel to he publicly nor would they like to have their for u few hundred questioned and nor yet inclined to pay au price for tlic in regard to any for tbu laws of and tbe hired are ample uu tlir any It is this private ing that us class ot e would ask credit in any other We put no fictitious value on We link no exorbitant Wo treat nil persons We and Wo crowd none except those who are manifestly dls W D to the unfortunate such as no And we do it it our and it examination of our will convince liny itt ot UK us a promoter of K to on ap and Fur 1 OF ALL KINDS and at the lowest STEWART 144 State F IRE INSURANCE Effected for any amount with special regard to STANDING OF THE COMPANIES SB N S U R A N G FIRE Washington Branch of 10 Tine New THE FOLLOWING COMPANIES Commercial Union of CAPITAL National s of Insurance effected la Com HENKY AMERICAN Insurance Company Old State Present paid up Cash Capital Company will pursue tho same cautious an deducting amounts it lost by tbe flro an average to the SUR tin regards moro than The Company will insure within the limits of the law MISCELLANEOUS PROPERTY ALBO AMD HOUSEHOLD for any of time from One Month to at Fair shall bo pleased to see our old customers nnd to insure for them at fair DIRECTORS Silas Ezra Henry Sainl Sampson Franklin Jacob Albert Matthew Burtlett Paul Henry 1 Old State N S U B C E ATLANTIC MUTUAL Insurance OF NEW MARINE Dividend to on premiums in 50 PER 2d 3d Secretary 4Merchants Exchange MUTUAL INSURANCE MASSACHUSETTS INSURANCE O 3O COURT This having organized upon the Muttra principle with a Cash Guarantee IB prepared t insure against or for a tenin of il the city or Dwellings and Furniture at equitable Onefourth at tho net profile to be retained as a Re serve Fund for the protection of the and th remaining threefourths to be divided to the policy Personal elimination of by the or Surveyor of the DIRECTORS Jeffrey George Ieter Nathaniel CHARLES JOHN December William Nathaniel Charles William Edward Thomas Charles The Mutual fire Insurance Company incorporated was the Mutual Fira In In New Tho losses of tbo Company to November aver age less than seten thousand a During the fifty years one million havo been returned to I N S U R A N C E INSURANCE CO IS STATE Corner of Kllby A NEW COMPANY the Old wit a Paid Up Capital ot Are preparad to Losses b Fire on classes of properly at Fair Baton and Furniture Insured io TUree or five The Record of tine Old Company for air uu honorable will be by th Kew Dresser bus removed IP W p BARNES ESTATE BEHOVED TO 27 State MAY BE FOUND AT 3O AVON CO E M O C K I R SI K S Wle Hair Cutter and Hair Informs biB patrons aud the public that ho has removed bis Hair Work and Hair Dressing to 21 West Up for nd manufactured by and at the lowest ot 81 Went Up C H S E Bye House and Laundry REMOVED TO 12 TEMPLE NOTHER r H BJ Boston Evening Transcript Has removed to its temporary at 2 COURT Hear of 87 N O T C E NATIONAL HIDE AND LEATHER BANK HAS REMOVED TO 32 Devonshire Street SELLING ABE WALTHAM Every Watch warranted a good For par get or send Descriptive Catalogue giving every grade and size of all watches manufactured by the American Watch at with price of each In gold or silver with rules for the proper care of a Sent Write ior it and mention Daily Watch Repairing a Spe FORD 64 Fremont E M L WALTHAM Formerly 16S RESUMES BUSINESS AT If 12 West Room O V A ROTH Formerly with IMPORTER AND HEALER IN FINE and Travelling Gold HAS REMOVED TO 368 WASHINGTON Globe SPECTACLES Bo highly recommended by Physicians and Scientific aio for Bale by PRACTICAL 173 Washington Aleo a large of mid Shell OPERA AND READING Spectacles and attention paid to Repairing chrono meters and Fine Watches CONSULATE OF THE GERMAN V January By order of the Consul General of tbo German Um pire at New the undersigned announces tbat ho hoe been appointed Imperial Consul for the New England and ho has assumed the duties of SEBASTIAN 6 Oliver A RARE LONDON Complete FROM THE COMMENCEMENT IN 1842 TO IN FIFTY In Good Strong Library PRICE REDUCED to Only This valuable work gives a complete history of all the important events ot tho world for the last 31 nnd is illustrated by upwards of Ton Thousand tive by the most Celebrated anil Is one of tho most amusing and valuable works The London or says THE LONDON ILLUSTRATED fancy and Indeed elegance of this place It without a in the the great variety of Us letterpress and the unprecedented display of its pic It derives a further recommen dation for tho good tarte willi which It Is Its studied avoidance of whatever could create a blush or induce an Impure Its elty is a perpetual while its its its groat amount of historical Its crowding of Inevitably rivet the Imagination of The present subscription price of tho valuable work Is per unbound for the This set has been by tho former owner at a cost of SO per the set cost for only discount of from the former The Set is in Fine a Great ami offers a Rare Just received per steamer from Great Auc tion Sale In PIPEE 131 133 Washington SECOND DOOR NORTH OB SCHOOL YOU ABE BUYING YOUB WEEKLY tOX OF NEWSPAPERS AND Do us the favor to come to O T O having been misled in regard to The Elian Howe Machine by the of parties calling themselves their do take iny opportunity to retract what I was made to in tt former notice in this and hereby exonerate them from all blame in my 5SAIIY 114 Foundry INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT JL To nave the expense of fancy labels and are quite and always Unally paid lor by we import from aud the choicest perfumes in and sell them at su much au Unlike the ordinary nay in which perfumery is wo exhibit samples to so they who are unacquainted with the names may choose between the different kinds and know exactly what they are This privilege cannot help being appreciated by all fond ol odors and who will Und it to their Interest to call and examine for themselves Corner and Washington M L T Convoy on Dis course Sketch ot ami tbe usual variety of readable and fresh in the COMMONWEALTH Of this which all dealers will have for sale Saturday und at 25 o 0 E Our Great ENTIRE STOCK AT Greatly Reduced RICH AND ELEGANT GOODS Much 37 39 Temple CUSHMAN Dozen Linen Cambric for Gentlemen and finest quality Hamburg Insertions F FITZ laid Dealers Iu 159 6 161 Friend AKD 70 72 Canal SATURDAY Foil THE BOSTON MY TIIK in hours Of night bring to the lowers The cheer and A nil case their Heart in innUs life An oC tlm Keeps nights calm in From four mul Ho who Is Will In Ills In and over From idle fancies sever strong 111 rough anil iiil In lioni a in And to in tile Then I lion to K January Real 6000 Dozen Fines Quality Hosiery and Black Kid Gloves 2000 Dozen nnd Whiter and Drawers much under Windsor 5Oc each and Jet und Large White Cashmere M Black half Worsted Scurfs und hulf Night SI 25 81 upward Jl Hats for Young ami Winter Huts for Young and arc lens than former to 37 39 Temple NEW Tlie of Num ber of for Eclectic 1or The of tlin Voice and We read peri published by it London and Kow with particular wo hardly feel safe until we are after that the Solar System is nut Thus In the wo nro Informed that the as Infringed on Ibo on The suffered no but wu fear tbo comet was Our is always with the and wo pity the Tho shock of Mm tight a pugilist and a babo of a month number of with tho review of tho of Natural during tho founded on a lecture by Of course we bow humbly before a name Still we object to tho monkey as an Colin names far the and tells us wo arc descended from a dont know what kind of Mils wo suppose It is all The tenderness of a child towards a parent hns furnished numberless topics for wonder If can accept tho lining I t may be a after n careful view of the on tho proter God Al mighty to the Still wo would not say a word implying nuy disrespect to tho latter om The is the title of anew American memorial of persons ami published by tho American College of Heraldry ant of Now Wo havo received from the number tor Tt contains a good deal of Interesting In an article on Benjamin the American who exhibited uncommon mathematical power a let ter of Thomas Jefferson Is Banno kor for n copy Wo publish the letter to illustrate tho between Jefferson and democrats of n thank you for your letter of ho tilth In and for tho which It Nobody wishes luoro than 1 to seo such proofs as you that nature has given to our black brethren talents equal to those of Iho other colors of and that tho appearance of a want of them Is owing only to tho degrading condition of exis tence both In Africa and I can add truth that no one wishes more to a good system tor raising tho condition both of their body and to what It ought to as flint as the Imbecility of and other which cannot bo will I have taken tho liberty of your to Monsieur do Secretary of Acade my of Sciences at and member of the Philan because I considered It a document to which your whole color had a for their jus against tlm which have bean enter of I with groat your most servant THOMAS This is not tone of and Slc Jefferson evidently thought men had nol only rights but which white mon were bound to The conventional name of changes Us meaning In tho progress of The editor ot The has unearthed the following to be observed by two hundred and years In those officers who wore Invited to dino with Iho Archduke of Instructed by a circular of the how to conduct themselves at They to neatly In coutu and und nai to enter In a half drunken At table wero not to tilt up nor rock nor their logs at full Nor drink after each for If they do they would get tipsy too Hiim nor empty gob lets to the extent of more than after each and before therefrom they Kbould wipe their and In a cleanly nmit urc they to thrust their hands Into or throw bones under the Nor to fall from their chairs and make of walking What charming gentlemen these must have to lessons In manners 1 thirty or forty years ago a volume wus published in by with a touch of called Young It won very minute In Its directions as regards bu the only impression wo preserve of it is that any persons worthy of being jonng ladies dil not need Us advice or Its It was an Insult t the whole wo resented as such the their becoming tho cause of the lightest never under the nnd the tile by the favorites they remembered under and Holy Seo had been sot t variance by In order to keep the tings of France good they accorded denary and considered the coromony of a kind of preventive which Unwed them to sin their own good Tho could not well be more severe I hail A single one among Father iad the courage to require from Louis the of He was Immediately sent iway nnd tho others exacted only some nut of contrition In order to absolve thoir some of thorn like Pore Tja vent so far as to publicly administer the commu ilon to for their subjects hilter to murmur against the favor These always religious with the They had tilled who well like the of lo become bishops by thoir they undertook tho defence if Orthodoxy against the Huguenots and Henri Land Louis they atoned or their by Clint Held of Xew have added o their University Series of in on the of anil by IJka all scientific essays of lie it as well as seems to bo a very thing wo have nol few human beings who did not Indulge in it to in injudicious but how surprised they will bo o learn the wonders perform In the commonest slp We quote the If you were to tell a thoughtful man who happened o be quite Ignorant of tho mechanism and action of IIB that thoro wore living beings who 011 to express and focl merely by Ilio aid of bus causing the particles of tho air to swing like iu backward and forward in certain your would bo impressed by the poverty if tho and would too hastily that inly a few of tlm simplest and Ideas could expression by the aid of a contrivance o would tell you it was that by vibrations tho idea if or or or possibly of might bo Imperfectly with a few others of that to expect would be lie would urge that all vibrations wore so in general that It would to communicate to them the stamp of or And how wonderfully each one of employs just Mich and with n ll which seems truly superhuman Impresses upon mil commits to them an variety of anil Ideas at times wo pour it seem inexhaustible dm of tho the poverty of the means arc utterly overwhelming N n O GEN E A TIlEm We Trim aud the prices IantH nnd 83 50 15 to 18 WOOD 351 Washington next door to Boston of Woodn System of FINE WATCH A 11V 10 Music for IB a of more article from the on anil Surgery a of i which originally appeared In tbe on of is on tbe who practically an paper on from Account ot of the Eighteenth Century i and many other and A new novel in written by the author of reprinted advance and Too The article on tbo Royal Favorites ot Franco Is a exposition of tho disorder Introduced Into public when attempt to of Tin divinity which Iu to hedge a king prevented these bud women from suffering tho penalty duo to political we see u wo wonder if tho Innocent who It has tbe re that prides In ing In the of if the of A little knowledge of history would rectify iome of the of Why n virtuous woman with infilling bearing the niimi of buti beon 16 us for years a of cynical look ut dress without finding II In blood of the Sev tn her personal her We from Ilia a on llm Of the In willi lb of who In the Middle Agivi MUSIC MUSICAL thoro was a very largo audi ence at on the occasion of tbo this atmson by Loou mul Trio in 0 minor OIK for violin was effect ively by AVult the original ami rondo being rendered with especial spirit nnd char followed with u study in j minor hy and In 15 major in both of which he dls 1 tho and ot liiB und by that nnd good which bis of by upon 11 of the tho concert Tbo by Schumann in E Hut major bus but seldom nnd and are lo ho thanked for tho great pleasure they afforded by placing It on their move ments were exceedingly woll and the pe culiar character ol the work wus remarkably woll In excelled himself in his play which was pure und in and was distinguished by find of Tin concert was an In and was enjoyed by and audience that present on tho The next concert will occur at the same place und huur one week from next BOSTON This afternoon nnd evening the very successful nnd Ye Gentle will be when no doubt audiences prevailed through the will bo dupli In numbers oh both This tlon of silliness nnd mirth 1ms hit popular and there scorns every probability It to be presented for some weeks to GLOBE This afternoon No Thoroughfare will he pro with Florence in his spirited and bril liant impersonation of which has been set apart for his nnd last will bo signalized by his appearing in four Bob and Hill On Monday Misri will appear us of hor ot which Iho Nor York Dress hns in the BOSTON Oliver Byron will appear Ibis and for the huit I in his and highly sensational Across tho tin will IIH by and the strength of Ibc HOWARD Tbu or 1crlls of icr nnd a varied ami olio will constitute the performances hero Ibis after noon und DRAMATIC AND MUSICAL The Italic ol Homo announces that a boy of the other a cert at the and performed on the with wonderful New York got on very well for years before 11 alian ot there j but now opera is a ne of Tho season Is not lint reason with out The of the continue a with us on ona day il Is nnd on applauded opern arrived ut Us seventeenth The Rivals has now had a run of Ivc nights lit tho a thins nn in the production of comedies in without the aid of pantomime or bur During the punt year iiiO now pieces were produced nt theatres of all in This Is fortytwo more than in only played tbo uhl nnd to did klx minor Six theatres closed frum lias now not fortyeight euRn The minor Ln young and as by genuine aud actors aud has u bit with a in four und in n j IB a iu the employ i of u crockery having been to hlii tbo wedding 150 to tbo j theatre to witness a fairy at the marvels informed on the by an actor I v ho is supplied to be In possession uf a of 1 penetrates tbo und bgs the the gift of a I of Uie marvellous Tbo I tho of the him lie his I to bin when thiy Hike a fow aud This felt nut ion ouds tbu Urat act tbu und third un Uie vl the wUu Into ul Kinds of aud meet with under a multitude ff wonderful of thu lire and the il the comical follow ewb other In bewildering are provocative of Intense the company meeting with deserved NEW MUSICAL We have received quite a number of now publications from Oliver We cannot conceive how it is that all tho callow frolick crs in musical meadows manage to got thuir Ions they pay tor the pleas ire of seeing themselves In Souga pour forth Tinn lie press in m endless the larger por lon of them built upon same wretched model that ins for yenrs been u of unfailing joy to min singers with meek little tenor These longs nrc generally sixteen bars In with u pause on ivery ending Invariably In a chorus which a falsetto voice meanders with Their harmonics seldom wander tho shallows oC the tonic nnd and lie resemblance the compositions bear to each other s so close that it Is to tell one from i Is not vocal music alone that Is thus and waltzes appear in Laura Clarn Hall Station Jinks Hotel Try Bungs Cough Mlx nrc are brought Into being by tho is no very great after for they can do 10 even if people arc weak enough to and ire Insane enough to play Among he pieces wo the following are tho only ones that call for special notice on the score of merit In by Anton Rubinstein Mad galop The other pieces received are the Waltz from Lo Rol Garotte Playing Fountain Merry Bird j Only a Step song and by Bring the Absent Back to song nnd by Tin so Hard to by Air du Hoi arranged for violin and Editorial The Fairy Sisters hy Tur ner Sing Me an English by Fairer than by Haydn One Angel Aloro in by received the following from Bunch of by Boston Flro by George thou own seren by Alfred Land of the setting litet for mezzo soprano by Henry Smart O my Willie and Little Bud songs hy Stephen Down deep within tbo old German drinking Bong We laid hor lown to by George Dunn Drifting by Ills WUH true to Loo 1 mourn as i Julos ART William tbo wellknown and talented portrait painter ot has titled up a studio at to which he has re moved most of his Among tbo few por traits which still the studio at Worcester is it largo and lifelike painting ot George the celebrated of that Ran dolph who an oldtime friend of said of this painting that it one of the best portraits he over It in intimated that will semi this with other works from his to be placed on exhibition the Vienna A writing of tbo winter exhibition of the British thus happily com tlm styles of Titian and Heynolds It is in alone that the English school holds any Kind of llm or Dutch nnd oven n brief comparison of the portraits of and with those of Titian and of who is marvel lously well represented is to will show that the modern men had only a of the light and insight of the Sir had n masterly singular facility of bis han suggests ills heada have a strength of characterization which eminently distinguish es them from any work of today but when yon have seen a dozen of yon remain under tho Impression that they wero related not through the painter but by and yon tecl the fucilo touch ot the sparkling to be not a little frivolous beside Ihu never fullering and nover execution oC Titian and bis The works of the Venetian or tho they cannot be mistaken as to their have no more Individual likeness than nature between mon and women of tlm panic race and living under Influence of it national On the Sir Joshua ap pears it u clever but profound with a style which descends at to the verge of hut with a genuine Individuality and with curtain In the highest per fection ever Gainsborough a more dignified nearly forgets himself in liis in one picture in this present attains to what seems lo me the highest range of realistic portraiture considered as CURRENT boasts of a without eytS or Two men in lately a contract In blood never U taste An old lady n genius as a man knows moron be can and spills on MB A young police arrested hy mistake tho other announced bis intention of for one million dollars A coroners Jury returned a verdict that both dead man ami tils horse had butted their brains out against a true when lie WUB killed on tho and the Pittsburg wife cot SOD from the company for Aud was probably well A Memphis young lady wont into convulsions iif fear at seeing a snow at the corner of a and tho doctors suy that her nerves are seriously In A distinguished member of the constitutional eon that us long one can buy any of the present be can not see tho ueo of any other kind of A cobbler at Landing loft his wife to tend shop and went to When he canje to relieve her from her duties ho brought a new wife and u of divorce with A Danbury man wus explaining to his Sun day how Ills mother used to cook when she him with tho JIo la now experimenting with kind of The workmen in the Pennsylvania oil welts have discovered that Sunday labor is to say noth ing of the fact that It Is illegal aud that no wages can be collected for Young to whom dear grandpa has offered a thank Von stick to It u bit und lay it oat ut and Ill get all the more when you pop old A paper nays Streams arc very high in Soul limi Oregon nt tlm The raised one foot last night it will raise the within the next twentyfour when it will A Troy calls Woodhull a which a painful of In the Tro jan That man would havo called li he had lived iu ancient instead ol modem A mini at a baby on the and now says he not take for casually remarked If any one would get up a of they coWil linve the Infant tbu old man No at last for first orthe f A so as to bin In ace of compatriots attributed to Ibo old clothes he ami restored his by in a pi w A Is in luna tics Iu this who commonly their soon from
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