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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - July 2, 1872, Boston, Massachusetts                                JULY PRICE FOUB BOSTON Acting 47th and Last Week of the Ha Ha Ha WARREN AND COMEDY RAMPANT nnd preparations for LAUGHTER LONG AND TUESDAY uul WEDNESDAY at on WEDNESDAY at SWEETHEARTS AND Warren iu his great part of Billy the character in which he made Ills first appearance at tlie Boston Museum in and THE SKELETON Stuart Robson 4th of Performances EVERY 2 Commencing at 12 with a bill consisting of 3 Glorious Friday Evening and Saturday Se riouB lramily and the Skeleton Saturday of Stuart PEACE ITALIAN HONOKS TO COLUMBUS AND THE LAND OF SONG TUESDAY at 3 ALL THE MADAME and HERE STRAtTSSI E G L O B E Arthur Doora open at Overture at 2 and T CONTINUED SUCCESS OF THE Original anxl HUMPTY DUMPTY Audience Limited only by the Capacity oC the as as MONDAY July Ecnppcarance of the Marvellous Martens and Roguish Gretclien IN TIIEin TYROIimAN SOKTGS And tho Famous DUET OF THE The Wonderful and SIXTYFIVE PERFORMERS No advance In MATINEE On July at Z O S T O N 1 AH In their Ntw Entertainment THE WRONG MAN IN THE RIGHT Preceded by Miss JENNIE LEE and in BETSEY Matinees Wednesday and July formance after tho Fireworks if stormy at B Doors open at Begins ut 8 JAMES THEATRE THE MISS AS THE SEWINGMACHINE EVERY EVENING AND SATURDAY jyltf JULY 43 PEACE GRAND CREELEY COMPLIMENTS TO AMERICAN JOURNALISM 1 WEDNESDAY at 3 ALL THE MADAME MADAME jy22t and STRAUSS I HOWARD RICH EVERY EVENING and WEDNESDAY ami SATUR DAY The celebrated ABBOTT PANTOMIME In the worldfame The Three Positive reappearance after her accident of tho beauti ful and ienrlens Lady In her unparalleled Is literally thrown 2r feet into the air IIB though Shot from the Mouth of a and IB caught by the intrepid While suspended by the feet from a iu A Safety Net will be used during this to prevent all possibility of The wonderful phenomenal Who fiwallowe a Sword ill centimetres in The wonderful The man with the Tnlkinc Hand funniest Ventrilo quist in the MOE DELEHANTY AND AND OTHER 4 JULY 4 jylSt GRAND H U Grand Temperance Celebration WA3LBEN ORATION BY READING DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE UY MISS TEMPERANCE ADDRESSES BY VIBIiERT and MUSIC UY THE HUDSON 11RASS Care leave Fitchlmrg at 11 mid stopiing at wuv Kxcurnion tick ets troni itll stations on ruilnud and itK A Mnall fee for fl BASE GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP FOREST CITY July nt 11 Tickets Ml For at A jyj fjUIE GRAND Tliis inuKiiiUufin 1ict by ie ou ex hibition ut uiir Triuumt AunitsHion llj MAN K N O W TII Y S E L F S OK l V iu llwn ill PEACE JUBILEE AND INTERNATIONAL MUSICAL FESTIVAL 3 JRICES For the OiraiKl Afternoon OO Gallery reserved OO Admission without reserved OO FOR THE EVENING General OO Tickets to all pnrts of the house for sale at MUSIC und at the throughout the ON JULY at 3 GRAND ITALIAN DAY With the choicest of by ALL THE from the favorite 1ART William Grand Band of the Grenadier Guards Dan Thanks he to Aria from Madame 1esclikn Leutner accompanied by Kaiser Franz Grena dier Kaiser Franz Gren adier Horr Concert nnd Conducted by Herr Johtuin PART my to Lowell The Lilv of arranged by Irish National Edward Clem The Emperors Cornet Senz and Ghonis and iSelcetione from Kobert le Band of Lc Garde TUESDAY July at 8 THE ITIRST GRAND BAND CONCERT Of the by the BAND OF THE GARDE BE On July at 3 GREELEY DAY GRAND MISCELLANEOUS CONCERT In which the Distinguished Foreign Bauds and Grand Chorus will Horace Greeley line signified his intention to compliment the Festival by his presence on this Madame Madame RUDEKS and ALL THE On WEDNESDAY at 8 The Second Grand Band At which the KAISERFRAN Z GRENADIER GUARD Herr Helnrich will On JULY GRAND INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL American Independence GKAND NATIONAL ANNIVERSARY PER jnOTTR GrUANT From 0 to 13 From 9 to 4 From 6 to 8 From 9 to 18 THE LAST A GRAND PROMENADE AND DANCE The music for this day will be of tho highest charac and it is purposed to close this Magnificent Series of Concerts with the highest Tickets for all parts of tho for THIS at ONE DOLLAR JULY at 3 In furtherance of tho agreement of Executive Com mittee with the eminent Gorman a COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT TO THE KAISERFRMZ GRENADIER GUARD BAND AVlll be The most popular music as present ed by this rtiutingulHlied will be Irices for this Grand and accord ing to FRIDAY July at LAST GRAND CONCERT ny TIIK Band of the Garde On July at 3 GRAND COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT To the Eminem Composer and HERB JOHANN By the nt which Herr StnmsH AvJll conduct of his fuvorite Tickets at and uceordlny to On SUNDAY July lit 8 GRAND SACRED CONCERT My the I1USII NATIONAL Edward Clum Tickets SI to all parts of Uio NOW four Titlet Offices nt the ami two Ttttt Ticket tffsccs on tho Common near Wesi btreet and near the Smokers us UK those at the MxuJc Miibiu Stuvctaud Uo tlic talc of Per ortier of ihe IIENKY It I7ORLLS PEACE GRAND GREELEY DAY COMILIMENTS TO AMERICAN JOlllNALIfSM 1 WEDNESDAY at 3 Till 1HSCHK S MAESH Invlto fittenttpn to nn iinxisually cxtooelvo assortment of Seasonable GARMENTS AND S H A W L DEESS DEPARTME Marsh WASHINGTON AVON lyi PEACE GRAND CREELEY COMPLIMENTS TO AMERICAN JOURNALISM 1 WEDNESDAY at 3 ALL THE MADAMK MADAME 1y22t and HEKK STRAUSS I TO GENTLEMEN FDIiNISHINGr THEIR OWN We Trim and Make at tho following prices Pants and 5O to SprliiK 15 to IS WOOD 351 Washington next door to Boston Proprietors of Woods System of 1J ABLE LINEN TABLE OF FINEST OUR OWN At Very Low JACOBS 33O VVaHliiiiKton Importers and Doalors cxoluRively in Llncno ami Jel3 Housekeeping Dry 1 lOt PEACE ITALIAN HONORS TO AND THE LAND OJ SONG TUESDAY at 3 ALL THE MADAME jy2lt and HER3 STRAUSS EWING GO WHEKE YOU CAN SEE All THE FIRSTCLASS SEWING We Sell Machines for ON OR MAY Ii PAID FOR IN JDONE AJF Tho LargcstStock of firstclues Machines in New Bnglaud on exhibition at 323 Washington CORNER WEST RICE STuTll4w tl 19 TREMONT ROW SOLICITOR OF my21TuThStl DELECT Parlor Iartiea In want of SUITS Would do well to call aud extunluo our Ktoclc before buying BOSTON FURNITURE lUSThSTu lit m 135 FKI15NB ULACK WALNUT CHAMBER KOOM TARLOK AT TUB Lowest Manufacturers BEAL 1 BOSTON A T H E N M U ItEACON Thu fOKTYXJKTU KXIlIllITHlS Oi uml In uonuojtiou will ittlio MUSEUM FINE AKTS cxiiilMts a of Amltiut and IlnjiitmfclllB fruni 1ututvJ YKBIH ftmtid in tliu Elxuilit Ultil Gra1 yA Io Attuin ion a CITY OF c ITY OF BOSTON CELEBRATION NINETYSIXTH ANNIVERSARY AMERICAN JULY THE BEIXS of tho clmrches will be rung for half an hour at noou and NATIONAL SAliUTES will ho fired at noon and on BOSTON and at EAST SOUTH the IIIGilLANDS and by Companies A and It of the First Battalion oi Light Tho public buildings and the malls on the Common will he decorated by Lamproll it THE EAST BOSTON FERRIES will run free during tho day and A MORNING CONCERT will bo given on tho COMMON at halfpast seven by a band of one hundred under tho direction of ARTHUII A PRIZE DRILL Will taltc place on the parade ground of tho Common at six oclocic The competition is open to any regularly organized company of No company he allowed to drill with less than forty men and throe Companies will bo required to appear in the regimental with this exception fatigue caps may ho Tho movements to bo per formed will bo such as tlie JurtRcs may designate in Uptons from page 1 to page not including kneeling and lying Companies intending to compete must notify at the city on or before July at 4 oclock Three prizes will he awarded as follows First second JffiO tliinl tigfTho companies entered willbe required to report promptly at six oclock on the ENTERTAINMENTS JTOR THE CHILDREN CONNECTED WITH THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS will be furnished In the following named places AT THE BOSTON THEATRE there will be music and dancing from 11 oclock to 1 oclock and from to AT HcraTiouiTUKAL HALLS upper and lower there will bo muBicand daucing during the AT THEMONT TEMPLE thero will lie performances at 9 oclock and 11 oclock and 2 oclock and oclock by Spuuldings Classical Concert Troupe and Bell AT Music Barnabco will give two popular assisted by well known at 3 oclock and at AT SUMKKK East Professor Harring the wellknown and popular magician and vontrilo will give four at J and 11 and 2 and 4 Music will be furnished by Pro fessor Burton AT WAITS South there will be four exhibitions of HcywoodA Grout Dloramlc Entertain ment of tlKi Italian Museum of and tho Dioramic Spectacle of tho Conflagration of at i and 11 and 2 and 4 AT WASHINGTON Washington there will bo four Entertainments by the distingutsHiid magi Professor at and 11 ami 2 and 4 AT INSTITUTE Boston thero will be three entertinmonts by Comical Brown and Pro fessor Harry at and U and a oclock AT LYCEUM thero will bo four exhibitions of legerdemain by Prufostor Harmon and music upon tho harmonica by Professor at 8 and 11 and 2 and 4 THE ANNUAL ORATION Will bo delivered in Music Hall at 11 oclock Charles Francis The lloor in front oC tho gallery will bo reserved for State anil city The public will bo admitted to othor portions of tho hall at A GOOSE RACE Will take place on Charles opposite tho foot of Mount Vevnon at 10 oclock There will bo two namely First S7r second Entries for the raco may bo made at Bamboos City until July at 4 oclock THE ROWING REGATTA Will take place on Charles river at 11 oclock There will be live as follows FIRST FourOared Working Boats rowed on the gunwale distance throe First Second SECOND SingleScull dis tance two First THIRD Whitehall Boats ilistaueo two First Second FOURTH DoubleScull Boats distance two First Second FIFTH FourOared Boats lapstreaks or shells with outriggers disUmcesix First Second Total Amount of All the entries are and mav bo made person ally or by at IJugboes un til at 4 No dlatlnuUon will bo made between Lapstreaks The Whitehall working boats must not bo IOHB than seventeen nor ore than twenty loot long width not loss than four ot depth not less than eighteen inches weight not ess than two hundred and seventylive pounds tho til jr made betwociiLapstreaks Tho Whitehall working boats must not bo IOHB than seventeen nor more than twenty loot longj not loss than four It boats to be rowed on tho iwd Vlth double Tlie Fouroared working boats must riot weigh less than two hundred THE SAILING REGATTA Will take jilneo in Boston Ifarlior off City Point at i oclock There will bo throe us fol lows FIRST For Sloops anil Schooners measur ing thirtynvo feet and upwards on the water For Sloops First one hundred dollars Kweond fifty For SchoimerH First one hundred dollars second prize lltty SECOND For eontrebourd anil keel boats measming twentylive feet and less than thirtyfive For Centreboard First seventyfive dollars second thirty For First seventylive dollars second thirty TlIIIiD For centreboard and keel boata measuilng twenty Ieet and less than twentyfive lfor centrehoard lioals First lllly dol lars second thirty dollars third twenty For Keellioats First tlfty dollars second thirty third twenty All entries are and may lie made at Bug bees City until 4 July Tho boats will be measured by All neeestary information in regard to tho couiSOfi and the nailing regulations can be obtained at the above or of the KALLOON Samuel ho experienced will make on ascension from the punule on tho Common nt 4 oclock with his new mimed the Tills bnlloon IH the largest in It will contain ninetyfive thmisand eubic feet of King will be aeuouipiiuioij by an oflicer connected with the Signal 1or tile pur pose of making scientific A SPLISNIII EXHIBITION OF 1IUE will be given on the parade Boston from K oclock until about III oclock under the direction of BENJAMIN pyrotechnist to tho Exhibitions will also bo given tt Wash ington at Jiast Boston on tne southerly hide of tho raih near Porter und Dntiitur at South near tho anil at on Meeting House SAMUEL OlMICK OF T1II2 OF JlllK L In aocmuaiHv i aul Iluvul City ioviTimunt of has made uiilpk pruvisinn ur the the coin ing umiiveiKiirv of American iiifltiHmUilw in a way well to interns and instruct poraonn of all imd chtsHiK in the 1olUe arranKtiiients havtbeeji imulp with avicwti Heeuro safety protection fur the und to aid Ju tho Ilijoyiiunt ot thu iestiviUcf of the day in a quiet and urdiTly In consequence of numerous nucl serious InJurlcH und accidents occurring to persons and property by tlie etroKsn itnd unwarrauuuilo of ami tlie police are intitructid to mako stimmury of iniMms who are violating tlie law hi Hits respect and Kiiariiians ami all good citizens ilirnestly to lend their aid in carrying out a measure so much to bo In caKesot parties interisted are ronueHfeu to give notice ai this and care will be taken to keep such neighbor hoodH us quiet us Provision will be imidii at the POLICE TUNTOU tho Common and at THIS OFFICE for the care of lust rhil Jntt iluiing the AH IKIMIUK tire eiiriieHfly requested to lend thfir ulcl in chucking any unlawful or Improper and in preberviug puace iui1 KUWAJiD yl tl Chief of dark iiioroccoboumi Pocket bekmgtlig to A liluTHl reward will Inpaid lu for leaving il at Campbell Wilson PEACE ITALIAN HONORS TO tOUJAIKUS ANI THE JLAXU OF TUliKDAY ut o THi Vlt TUESDAY JULY FIRST of New Fourteenth Day of the The New Performance by the Yokes Family at the Boston Theatre j Dramatic SECOND Letters from Eng Shores of the Austria iiud Now THIRD Intelligence The French Iroteslant Synod EmilleOlllvler A Warning Expulsionof the Jesuits from Germany Blood Relationship Extraordinary FOURTH in llrlofUdltorhils on Cur rent Notes on the Days Doings Notes on All Sides of the Presidential and the FIFTH Telegraph Latest News by Special Despatches from all Parts of tho of OutDoor SIXTH England NewsDaily Gossipj Wholesale Price SEVENTH Naval and Marine EIGHTH Day at tho Coliseum Tho Second Great of tho Irish School Local BTKAtJBS NEW llTlio Kiuifas for 1ms boon re ceived ly Williams It contains elglitooii in tcvcfthig which wo may particularly Our Public Land Tho Tnulo of Tho Sons of the Tho Indus trial Uiiivorsity and A Bunch of lrlro lu the paper on The Sons of tho Bor the writer attempts to give an account of tho influences which have made the borderer what lie influences which have changed his original character and and thrown him out of tho pale of He in a says tho not unconnctouBly to made by his sur roundings and lie may have boon born on the Cbcyapeakc or tho banks of tho tTuniata ho may hail from Lincolushiio or Cork far Western life will clothe him with a new make him forgot the and habits of oavlv and trans form him into due of that restless horde of lites who form tlie crest of that slow wavoot humani ty which year by yunr creeps towards tho setting And lie ideal tlio type of his class from Western Kansas to tho Rio you will llnd clad lu calfskin with broadrimmed worn and his limbs eucasod in fancy There arc rings upon his and blazing jewels upon his Hols loud and dellanl In manners and general He clings with the tenacity of second nature to tho language of the dancchouBO and tho Tho happy thought of Colonel which has flllod more unmarked graves than the cholera and tho and eternally settled inoro disputes than all is his constant and valued and ho wears his rakish hat awry upon his oily locks with the air of tho king of all the The present number of tho Kansas Magazine is somewhat of a Fourth of July Henry in an article on A Btmoh of gives a practical and sensible account of tho passage of the Declaration of Tho paper con tnhis some ihings which will bo now to most After enyiug that we arc naturally apt to imagine that the Fourth of was a day of groat excitement and rejoicing in be informs us that it was far Hero is the Tho day was in fact quite There was no crowd of excited no booming of no openair no lioutlros and Patriotic songs they could not liavo if they had desired for they had nono to now standard with us all being then They did not fling out tlie flag of tlie new nation from the housetops and if they had made such a it would not have been the flag wo now for it made its first appearance moro than a year at the battle of Evory church bell in the city was silent tho Episcopal clergy wore King Goorgos tho Quakers wore opposed to war on any ac and ho Methodists wero busy with a revival under the management of ono Captain And no matter what might have would not have got into print tho next for there wan no then a daily paper In the and only one soiul wcekly and thirtysix In another part of the the editor contrib utes a paper showing the ordev of succession by whiehmany American flags wore finally mcrgod In Me In an article on tho National In another part of this number of our it is stated that the stars and stripes first floated at the battle of in the autumn of moro than a year after tho adoption of tho Declaration of Inde Itbhould not bo inferred from this that the country WHS without a flag up to that for such was not tho On the it harl an abundance of When the first sounds of war were and tho Colonists began to organize mili tary there as poor Halpine A bloom of banners in tho bsirmors of various sizes and and boar ing all sorfs of emblematicwords and Every and almost every had one of ils The ono that tho troops carried at Breeds Hill was a reM with a pine tree on a white field in the Tho ono that Putnam uiilurlod on Prospect a month later was also bearing on ono nldo the motto Qui tranxtulet and on tho other the An appeal to As the war most of the and divisions of the army bad their namus and numbers put on Ihuir with threeword such as or Death tlieonc used by tho troops which Patrick Houry re ernilcd nnd ComnuMor Die tho one adoptod by Washingtons Life Tho Horning batlorius first used a white with the An appoal to Htavon upon And the first flag used in battle at the one which Sergeant Jasper heroically placed on the summit of the merlon at Moultrio in the thickest of the on the very day that tho of Independence was reported to the Con tinental Congress at a bluo with a crescent in the The Colonies had a general before the beginning of the although it was rarely used on public Jt was the ancient national Hag of the banner of fitId with a red il was dcddud todis and adopt a and distinct in the lalttT part of 177fi and Oiiigiws Haniion and Lynch i enmmilUv to alUml tu he Thty Lit unco to tho mititaiv at und tittor enii lie oHiiTifi agreed up m u nin und lug was difplavcd to the January flag of thirteen stripes of ullrr uatr and having npun uiu of iin c the find crorscs of Geuigo and An mi a field of This uniim of this former Colonial and thethen national flag of England was inUiilLd to nignify that tin Colonists did not yot disiie to separate frnni the mother country if they could secure tlair rights wiUiuut while tho thir teen MiiptH were1 iiicuiit to bu nynibolical of tho unnn tlie thirteen CnlonieH in demanding justice and de fiug and Tlie flag not changed until the Hth dav of the fallowing Conprehs rebulved That the llagol the thirlten United be ihlrUicu uluiniiite ivd and white und that the unin be tliir UUi wiiitc tit urn in u bhii representing a new This resdlutUm was nut niavle public until and the iiii iliig manufao tuied aceoiding to its iviuJreinents the thirteen stars lit ing iirrungvd in a circle that hlel led ttiu Amerieiiii fnrceh to victory ul A Tury alluding id tlie naid tliut Wosh initun had a mottlid thirtuim yellow auUnd his and that hib tlunntiug it sug tu the fame number ut stiipes fur tho new buckalley jour ualirin iiit a creation ot our The ptitry of the suunber contibtsof a Kmjj piue by illiam a Western jxiut t nuuh It iy culled Some Wu the lant iiiir und benulifu pine tiiid iriinplc C nnd create t f Mheti tr u cuue near liuv tlitit Kiunl thy V M JL t t ti i ii I V CRUU CClllLt What didst tliou O maiden didst smile as thou smilcst With never the kiss of a lover upon thy snowwhite brow I was the same The simple and trusting Tho careless and happy with all of my love in store I gaily twined my and cheerfully wont my way I took no thought of the nor cared for tlic cares of the day For I knew that some Into tho path of being tho joy of my life would And we by tho gates of heaven would wander sitlo by In The Lay Preachers tho writer quotes tho following touching domestic with out being able to tell tho name of the author Who did write it THE OLD They sat in the sun Till the day was almost And at its an angel Stepped over the threshold Ho folded their hands He touched their eyelids with Ami their last breath floated upward Like the close of a solemn Like a bridal pair they traversed Tho mystical That leads to the Beautiful Whoso Builder and Maker is in that miracle They will glvo her lost youth And the flowers of a vanished springtimo Shall bloom in the spirits One draught of the waters Shall restore his manhoods And eternal years shall measure The love that outlives But the shapes they loft behind The wrinkles and silver hair Made sacred to ns by the klssos The angel imprinted Well hide away in the When the sun is low in the Whoro the moonbeams cannot flml Nor tho wind disturb their Hut well lot no telltale With its age and arise Oer the two who are old no In their Fathers House in the FOURTEENTH DAY OF THE Tho feature yesterday afternoon way tho tlrst ap pearance of the Irish Band at the It is hardly necessary to say that their reception was of the heartiest It would be scarcely fair to criticize them from their performances of yester as they had not recovered from tho fatigue of their to say nothing of their parade in the which must have been very trying to them when the intense heat of the weather IB taken into Their efforts were not of as ambitious a nature as those of the other foreign bands that have appeared here but we presume they wore unprepared lor the reasons above The first piece played by them was Tho Star Spangled which was received with shouts and othor expressions of wavm and was followed by a selection of IriBli As each in turn wan the audience manifested tho most uproarious es pecially with the jig tunes and other quick move An irresistible encore brought forth a sot of quadrilles composed of Irish which was also en and tho last mmiTicr We will not paps judgment upon the performances or call atten tion to any preferring to wait until the players have had a fair opportunity to obtain that rest and confidence so necessary for thorn in order to exhibit their qualities to tho best and do themselves full The other portions of the programme were greeted with the usual Tho opening piece was the Star Spangled The liand then played a line selection from Faust in their usual brilliant and finished In reply to tho encore a solo forthe cornet uponaniotive from Mananlollo was played with rare delicacy and Some of the variations were of remarkable but were executed with the utmost and in a charmingly finished Jt was succeeded by Believe me if all those endearing young sung in Madame rcBehkaLeulncr then sang the air of the Queim of Niglits from Mozarts Magic Fluto for tho This solo abounds In not only of but of the trying demands It makes upon tho It is out of the compass of most but Madame Lcutner made nothing of singing the extreme high notcH with greatest and executing the dilll cuH passages abounding in awkward iuiervals and complicated runs with tlie utmost It won an overwhelming unit was notwith standing its fatiguing with the same purity and beauty of style and method that distinguished Its first Strauss was of course made the of a prolonged round of applause when lie came to conduct his Women and Song which wau but was sup plemented instead by the popular and unique itei cato After the performance of tho Irish The Jlarp that once through Taras Hulls was sung by the accompanied by the the organ and JCimbcls The Soldiers Fare was sung by tho tenors and basses of the and was repeated in response Ui the heavy en core that rewarded its The Band of the Urcnadicr Guards performed tho overture to Zampa wilh great brilliancy and tho passages in triplets fur this violins being rendered very clearly and distinctly by tho clarinets and It was followed by a polka for tho cornet which was re markable for the precision with which some dillicult ilonlilctongiiing and staccato passages were The plaudits that were uiKrn obtained from the baud yet another plero consisting this time of a selection of Irish airs which was received with the and was followed by Yankee Auld Lung and God Save the The Uoso of Summer was sung by the Bouquet of and the Ornian Hand then appeared ami played the ovoituicto Dun and several other They too were heartily applauded and pliiyed in their It isecrtainly a splendid and their playing is marked by a an I that gain iipun If they play with dfliiacyaiid reihicimm than tlie English and Kiencli they have a which thesj Ultterdii nnt addition toancarncstncsssaiid u power thai urc quite their The hymn With one Consent lei all the Karth concluded ihe vliich prolonged tu so lute ail hour by frequent enciires that the later pieces were given to almost empty MUSICAL It is proposed tuerect a statue to Uerlkiz at A large library is U be attached to the new house at tlie Italian opera house director in has brought an aciion against Madame for singing in Hinicii without his leave ihe lady caught a and on her U play Anna hereby Uie nunuger incurred a considera ble Tin Choir refers to two new works ot sUictatile announced fur iu Paris dining the next few a by Cnsat and 1auulinj au oratorio in four parts by Theodore whose setting of the Seven Words hat been frequently alluded to of in our The Lonilusi Orchestra indulges in the following Vein of iruny at the exiemte of the mild great Orpheus When the artist lias found out he can compose he seeks for the and in this form of hnnmn life lets out all his Ah you should hear my But he did not link for a new was cuntem wilh ine the ot Una knmut M Strand A uul cuin iloth siinictd Siakcreav a sodi I I To ty bo UK M Wagner has devised which ho describes as Ber Eing des and for tho proper understanding of which he propounds a quartet entitled Da8 Dio Dor Jungo Siegfried and Gottordam There is a peculiarity touching these seven transcendental They are and call for a free a free free actors and singers and a free Wagner applies to his kind and exalted the King of and ultimately it is arranged that there shall be a proper a real opera house built especially for the Wagner and Balreuth shall be its On the 22d Wagner and a select band of three hundred met at Bairenth to lay the founda tion King Louis did not but His Majesty sent a which was duly read and then buried witli other records under the foundation The royal missive was as follows To tho Richard This day is a day significant and of the utmost importance to all Ger I send my dearest my warmest and most sincere well I do so from the very depths of my I hail and bless your great under and am today moro than ever united with yon in All this is very gracious and kindhearted on the part of the King of and shows tho value and importance after all a for where would Richard Wagner be but for hia generous and everhoping and a Iwaysprotcct ing and everlastinglypaying friend and King Louis of Munich But for KingLonis thero would have been no triology and no no grand day and no preparatory Ten days before this festival of the Foundation Stone there were to havo been performances in at the Imperial Opera House of the Tannhanser and the hut such did not take AVngncr had to put up with the representation of tho although his he despises and ta witness a performance he grieved The the atre will not be opened before tho spring of It will take this time to bring the now stage scenery into working nor can the singers master tlialr roles without this Allowance of time for study and There was one touch of the German nature in this singular Wagner embraced his wifo and and there was a general fraternizing all round and in all THE BOSTON The VoUos Fanilly iiricaral last niylit in a bright little sUctuli cnHtleil Tlie Wrong Jtuii in the Kiglit Tun iilot is Hie slightent thing Rcnjiunin llntrontop ia by the police and tnkCH refuse in a young Uulios college near where ho is taken by two of the young ladles for a nobleman in ditlkultieH and IH sheltered and protected by After a number of highly amusing coutrc miB tho truth is explanations and the curtain Tho piece is full of fim and while the action never for a moment Miss Victoria Voltes and Voices sing a duet from Trovatore in capital MissKosina Vokea Introduces a peculiarly original and grotesque which she executes wllli great clcvanuxs and Prod Vokes dunces a burlesque polka wltli tho most boneless Tho piece concludes with which Is remarkable for the originality and prettiiieHK of the llgurcs that compose Everything was heartily and there wero several eu It is just the piece to pleasantly kill an hour nn a warm which would otherwise drag wearily It will prove quite as popular as the piece lu which the Aokes ihst appeared and IH just as full of clever capital sing ing and extraordinary It was preceded by Betsey which introduced several new faces to a Boston audience Tint we cannot speak In terms of high commendation of tho manner in which the farce was Miss Jennie rather pretty and and acted with a certain but every now and then she marred her efforts by remin iscences cf the blonde burlesque school that were eminently out of Howards Monscr was exaggerated both in action and and his tcmo of voice was too noisy The name bill will be repeated through the DRAMATIC The French arc forming a Moliere Club on nil exclusive Members must ho aetorsor dramatic and candidates must have one actor and one dramatic author to propose nntuicauH has been at it His new bantling Is christened Daddy and is said to be full of hcnsatluns and buncombe It is to bj acted at with the of as the most The lllustrlrto Zeltung mentions tho performance of Taglionis new entitled at tho Berlin Opera Tho plot of the hallet consists of the adventures of the 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