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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - July 4, 1872, Boston, Massachusetts                                VOLLTI THURSDAY JULY PRICE FOUR PEACE at 3 BENEFIT to HEKK JOHANN YOUNG MEN AND MAIDENS DAY I Farewell to the Eminent WaltzWriter and Conductor I TICKETS SI TO ALL PARTS OF THE HOUBEI jyi2t BOSTON Acting TOD THE GLORIOUS FOURTH I PEHVORMANCES EVERY TWO Commencing at M and AFTER THE FIRE wltha Gnmd consisting of the follow ing THREE SPLENDID PIECES BIT UNCLES WILL 1 THE INQUISITIVE DARKY 1 SEEING WARREN I In which WILLIAM MISS ANM IE CUARLfcS and the greatest favorites of HID splendid Stock Com pany will FRIDAY EVENING and SATURDAY IIa Ha Ha COMEDY RAMPANT WARREN and STUART ROI1SON by repetition ol The Serious Family and PEACE Independence 1 Fourth of July SEAKD INTERNATIONAL FRATERNIZATION C The Skeleton dipt enthusiasm by largo am received with tile greatest f ashionable audiences 1 SATURDAY July 037SH1 and Last Night of the and BENEFT of STUART with the rreat Comedian in Four of his best Lost Child Camille John and The Seasick H E L O B El Arthur DOOIB open at and Overture at 2 and CONTINUED SUCCESS OK THE Original arid Only HUMPTY DUMPTY Audience Limited only by the Capacity of tho as as MONDAY July Reappearance of tho Marvellous Martens and Itofrutsh Gretclien IN THEIR SONGS And tho Famous DUET OF THE The Wonderful KiralfysThe and SIXTYFIVE PEBFOKMEKS No advance In ALL THE ALL THE ALL THIS In FOUR GRAND at ONE DOL LAR ADMISSIONS throughout the DAY andEVEN G TO TAKE PLACE IN ZBOSTOUST OFF CITY JTJLY at oclock FIRST For Centreboard and ICoel Boats measuring thirty elcht feet and upwards on the water or Centreboard Boats First S1M1 necond For Koel lioats First second SECOND For Centreboard aud Keel Boata menaurinf twenty six feet and less than thirtyeight For Centreboard Hoats First SIS second For Keel Boats First second THIRD For Centreboard and Keel Beats measuring twenty feet and less than twentysix 1or Cen treboard Boats First second third For Keel Boats First uoc third All entries are and may he made at BUG BEES City until 4 July The boats will bo measured by All necessary information in regard to the courses and the sailing roffulatlons can be obtained at the above or ot the 1ersons who may be present In to witness the are requested to avoid crossing the course during the and not to crowd around tho judges JOHN JOHN THOMAS CLAXTON CARY BENJAMIN AUGUSTUS CHARLES CHARLES IIAYHEN jya PEACE C I T Y OF CELEBRATION NINETYSIXTH ANNIVERSARY AMERICAN JULY TSJORLDS PEACE JUBILEE AND INTERNATIONAL MUSICAL FESTIVAL I CLOSING PERFORMANCES I THE BELLS of the churches will bo mug for half nu hour ut noon and NATIONAL SALUTES will bo tired at noon and on 1KISTON COMMON and at EAST SOliiH tho HIGHLANDS and by Companies A and B of the First Jinttallon oi Light The public buildings and the malls on the Common will be decorated by Lnmnroll THE EAST BOSTON FERRIES will run free during tlw day and A MORNING CONCERT will ha given on tho COMMON at haltpast seven by a band of one hundred under the direction of AuTllun A PRIZE DRILL Will take place on the parade gromul of the Common at six oclock The competition is open to any iCKuhvrly organized company of No company will be allowed to drill with less than forty men and three Companies will bo required to appear in tho reilmental with tills exception that fatigue caps may be Tho movements to bo per formed will be sach as the Judges may designate lu Uptons from page 1 to page not Including kiueling and lying Companies intending to compote must notify at the City on or before July a 4 oclock Three prizes will bo awarded as follows First second SMO third companies entered will be required to report prtimptlv at six on the ENTERTAINMENTS FOR THE CHILDREN CONNKCTKD WITH THU PUBLIC SCHOOLS will be furnished in the following named places AT TUB BOSTON TiiEATnE there will ho music and dancing from It oclock to 1 oclock aud from V to AT upper and lower there will bo mupic and dancing during the samo AT TUJ3MOKT TBMVLE there will be performances at f oclock and 11 oclock and 2 oclock and4 oclock by Spauldlngs Classical Concert Troupo and llell AT Music Darnaboo will Klvo two popular use isteil by well known at 3 oclock and at 5 AT SUJINKJl HALrJf East Professor Harring POPULAR PRICES SI TO ALL PARTS OF THE HOUSE 1 THIS DAY JULY THURSDAY MATINEE On July at g itjyl JAMES 1 LAST WEEK OJT THE MISS As at 3 BENEFIT to HEBK JOHANN YOUNG MEN AND MAIDENS Farewell to the Eminent WaltzWriter and Conductor TICKETS Sill TO ALL PARTS OF THE HOUSE I GBAND CANYON OF THE This magnificent by Thomas Is on ex hibition nt our 187 Trnont Admission BLAKESLEE 13 Wo BLDS PEACE THE SEWINGMACHINE Three Performances 10 2 Even after the ven Jyl PEACE AT 3 BENEFIT OF THE GEKBIAN BAND BOSTONS THANKS AND PARTING Hail to the Emperor Williams Mag nificent KaiserFranz Band at 3 BENEFIT HEKK JOHANN TOUNG MEN AND MAIDENS DAY I Farewell to the Eminent WaltzWriter and Conductor TICKETS TO PAETS OF THE B TICKETS 81 TO PARTS OF THE HOUSE I O S T O N AND TIHIIH In their New THE WRONG MAN IN THE RIGHT Preceded by Miss JENNIE LBE and lu UETSEY Matinees Wednesday and July formance after the Fireworks if stormy at B Doors open at li and Begins at 2and tf B L Independence Fourth of GRAND IMRSIPAL FRATERNIZATION BOS TON A T H E N U BEACON The FORTYNINTH EXIIJJtITION OF PAISTJUOS and STATUARY teumv In connection with it tho MUSEUM OP FINE AIITS exhibits a collection of Ancient and Bronze Implements from ItaloGreek Painted Vases found In the tombs of Etrurla and Mneiia Uriu cla Majolica OrHntal Carved larnl ami Japanese and Chinese Porce Admission PEACE at a BENEFIT OF THE GERMAN BOSTONS THANKS AND Hail to the Emperor Williams Mag nificent KaiserFranz Band ALL THE ALL THE ALL TIIE In FOUR GRAND at ONE DOL LAR ADMISSIONS throughout the DAY and EVEN O W A B D A T H E N U M KICH LAST WEEK OF THE EVEKY EVENING and WEDNESDAY and SATUH DAY The celebrated ABBOTT PANTQMIME In tho worldfamed The Three Positive reappearance after her of the beau ful and fearless Lady In her unparalleled Is literally thrown V into the air as though Shot from the Mouth of a and is caught bv tlu1 intrepid While suspended by the feet from a trapeze in A Safety Kft will be used during this to prevciitall possiuilHvof The wonderful phenomenal Who swallows a Sword 10 in The woudcrlnl the man with the Talking Hand funniest VtUtrllounist in the MOE DELEHAUTV AND AND QTHEK 4 JULY 4 TICKETS SI TO ALL PARTS OF THE HOUSE GRAND PICTURES OF ANCIENT A N I M O D B K N On exhibition dully at 140 TBEMONT W OBLDS PEACE at 3 BENEFIT to HERR JOHANN PEACE JUBILEE at 3 BENEFIT OF THE GERMAN BOSTONS THANKS AND Hail to the Emperor Williams Mag nificent KaizerFranz Band THKETS Si TO ALL IF THE HOUSE July 4H m O E N T L E M E FCHNISIIINC TIlKIlt OWN Trail and Make lit tiiu following prices it liu mid ll uiiiB 10 ui WOO A 3f 1 nixt ilnor to licislon Wouiln Sysuunul IB YOUNG MEN AND MAIDENS DAY Farewell to tue Eminent WaltzWritei and Conductor TICKETS TO ALL PARTS OF THE HOUSE S E W ING MACHINES GO WHERE YOU CAN BE 13 FIHSTCLASS ALL THE Jf the wellknown mid popular magician and vcntrllo will four at and and 2 and 4 Music will be furnished by Burton AT WAITS South there will be foar exhibitions of Heywoods Great Dionunlc Enturtaln rncntof the Italian Museum oJ aud the Dloramle Spectacle of the Conflagration of at i and 11 and a and 4 AT WASHINGTON Washington thera will four entertainments by the distinguished magi Professor at and 11 and 2 and 4 AT INSTITUTE Boston there will lie three entertinmenU by Comical Brown find Pro fessor Harry at fl and 11 and oclock M AT LYCEUM there will be four exhibitions of legerdemain by Professor Harmon and tmitic upon the harmonica by Professor at 9 aud 11 and 2 and 4 THE ANNUAL ORATION Will be delivered in Music Hall at 11 oclock by Charles Francis The floor in front of the gallery will be reserved for State and city The public will be admitted to other portions of the hall at INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL I II I Ly i I American Independence GKAND NATIONAL ANNIVERSARY M5K ITOTJU From 9 to 13 Vram 9 to 4 From O to 8 From 0 to 12 THE LAST A GKAND PROMENADE AND DANCE The music for this day will be of the highest Tlclictt for all parts of tho houso at 3 O Gr Tl M M TO S FIRST 1 TAUT The SWSpangled Julia Hous ton f ITra Hand of the Grenadier Homng to Words written and music composed and sung by Maduno Ermlnla Rudors Accompanied the Baudot the Greua Ky Conduct ed by the Dan TAUT i Organ Band of tho Kaizcr Franz Grenadier Herr Coinot Performed by Horr King Band of tho KalKer Franz GrenaiUer Herr FIRST of Now The Great SECOND On the Wing Let ters from Franco and THIRD Intelligence A Relic of Petor the Great Financial Obligations of France Italy aud tho Papacy FOURTH In NotesPolittcnl the FIFTH Tologrnph Latest Despatches from Various Parts of the of OutDoor SIXTH England Gossip New England Wholesale SEVENTH Naval and Marine EIGHTH Department City and Subur ban NEW Contemporary for published by Strnlinu df and Llpplncott of hasboen received by Williams It Is an exceptionally interesting number of an exceptionally excellent It contains seven namely Tho Religious Education of by the Frederick Tito Delictin Fuir bairn Robert Leslie by tho lute flroto Tho Philosophy of by Rodney Noel Jrlsh by OConnor Morris Tho llo snlts of tho Science of by Max Miiller and Martlncau on by Hcr bert The first paper on The Religious Education of Women goes into the whole of female edu Tho writer thinks that religion as generally taught to women is designed to supply a safetyvalve for their emotional and affective to deepen their natural tendency to patient to en courage In them a condition of passive above to make them so domestic In habits and wishes as to limit their entire horizon to tho boundaries of and make them glad and proud good and brave and hardworking If we do not wish to appear quite unworthy ot thu times in which our lot has been Wo older people have lived through darker when to a German learning was the only only tho only pride times when there was no Germany except In our and perhaps in our And those who have lived through those sadder days feel all the more deeply the blessings of the We have a Germany a great and strong country and 1 call this a not only in a material as giv at to our homes a real and lusting security against the inroads of our powerful but also in a moral as placing every German under a greater as reminding us of our high er as aspiring us with courage and energy for tho battle of tho mind is well as for thu buttlo of tho That blessing lias cost us fearfully dearer llian the friends of humanity had hoped proud as we may ho of our victories ami our let HH not deceive ourselves in there iu the history of mankind nothing so nothing that makes us so entirely despair of tho genius of nothing that bows us so low to tho very as even war becomes ennobled and as it was with by tho senso of duty towards our duty towards our duty towards our towards our fathers and our wives and ami thus can even war become the highest and brightest of sacrifices and thus may wo look history straight in the and Who would have acted otherwise Morriss essay on Irish Character IB both sensible and brilliant Noels disquisition on the Philosophy of Perception Is ahlo if questionable and In reviewing MarUneiuxs recent assault on tho dominant scientific theories of tho Herbert Siienccr shows his usual astuteness and though we cannot think liu really penetrates to the depth of Marthreaus spiritual con Duplan for a gentleman with a old if he had been asked to make in as unfascinating a manner as could not have succeeded more The scent between Schneider and the old tended to represent a wicked lovepassage between a lovely woman and a handsome OH astonish ing ns anything that has ever been seen in the art of and Madame as Baron Puck and certainly do not add to the sprlght lineas or juvenility of the though the compelled to dance with distressing and the Indy works bravely with the to which her voice will not allow her to do There is little need to waste any more words on a performance so All the Hie the and the dazzle of the famous opera somehow or flown aud nothing appears to be left but its naked THE A GOOS15 RACE Will take place on Charles Mount Veinon at 10 oclock There will be two uam Ilrst second e the foot of c M There will be two namely First S75 second Kntries for the race maybe made at Busboos Ciiy until July at 4 oclock THE KOWINtT KEGATTA Will take place on Charles river at 11 oclock There will be live as follows FIRST FourOared Working Boats rowed on the gunwale distance three First Second SECOND SingleScull Wherries dis tance two FlrEt Second THIRD Whitehall Bouts distance two Second FOURTH DouhleScull Hoats distance two First Second FIFTH FourOared Boats lapstrouks or shells with outriggers distance six First Second Total Amount of All the entries are and may bo made tierson illlv or by at iiuguoc8 City un til July at 4 No distinction will bo made between Lapslreaks aud The Whitehall walking boats not he less than seventeen nor more than twenty feet long width not less than four feet depth not less than eighteen inches weight not lera than two hundred iimf seventylive pounds the boats to be rowed on the by two with double The Fouroared working boats must not weigh less than two hundred THE SAILING KEGATTA Will take place in Boston Harbor oft City Point at it oclock There will be three as fol lows FIRST Sloops and Schooners measur ing thirtvllve feet aud upwards on tho water For Sloops Flint one hundred dollars second titty For Schooners First one hundred dollars second llfty SECOND centreboard and keel boats meaaurlng twentyfive feet and less than thirtylive For Centreboard seventyfive dollars second thlrtv For seventyfive dollars second thirty THIRD centreboard and keel boats measuring twenty feet and lees than twentylive boats First fifty dol lars second thirty dollars third twenty For Keolhoats First fifty dollars second thirty dollars third twenty All entries are and may Ira made Due bees Cltv until 4 July The boats will be measured by All necuusiiry information In regard to tho courses and the willing regulations can be obtained at tliu above or ot the WALLOON Samuel the exporleuceil will make an ascension from tho parade on the Common at 4 oclock with Ills new named the This balloon Is thu largest lu It will contain ninetyfive thousand cirbic feet of King will bo accompanied by ail officer connected with the Signal for the pur pose of ranking scientific A KFLENDID EXHIBITION OF FIKE SECOND 2 TAUT 1 Hand of the Gren adier Dan of Introducing Moloiliea from tho Grenadier Star Spangled Madame Peschka PART Organ James Solo for Over the Herr of the Emperors Cornet Quartette first pearance in aii Mil Mnrch aux J from Air Introducing all the Soloists o Band of Lo Garde of the THIRD fl PAllT Colleen Lily of Irish National EAwurd Concert On the Beautiful Blue Conducted ly Herr Johann PAKT Mndnme Ermliiia Star Spangled Solo for 7th Air E Arltxnlrla Merrv Wives of German Peoples Revlllc Band of Kaiser Franz Grenadier Herr FOURTH 9 to 12 GKAND PROMENADE CONCERT AND DANCE With music for dancing by a large and wellselected MUSIC FOR JRnnd of Le Garde Rapub Gems of The Irish Na tional Air For all the Baud of Le Garde Re Kate Irish National From Robert Baud of Le Garde Erin Go Irish National will be given on the parade ground Boston from I oclock until about 111 oclock uiulur the direction of BENJAMIN pyrotechnist to Exhibitions will also be given at Wash ington at liast Boston on the southerly tlun of tho near Porter aud at South near the aud at on Meeting House SAMUEL OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF June In accordance with a longestablished and wellap proved the City Government of Boston has made ample provision for the celebration of the com ing anniversary of American independence In a way well calculated to Interest and instruct persons of all apes and classes In the Police arrangements have been made with a view to secure and protection for the and to aid in the enjoynuiil of the festivities of the day in a quiet and orderly lu consequence of numerous and serious injuries and lueidents oecurrinK to anil propeily by the careless and unwarrantable UHC of Jtrutruia ftittl the police arc Instructed to make summary arrests oi1 are violating the law in guardians ami all Kood eitizjiin are earnestly requested to lend their aid in currying out a measure so much to lit In cases of requli ing special police parties interested are requeHtcil to give nutletat tills and cure will bu tulcen to keep such hoods its quiet as Provision will lie made at the POLICE TKNT on the Common and at T1UK OiKlCl for the care of fast fhil lirtii dining the All persons are eanubtly requested to lend their aid in checking any unlawful or Improper and in preserving peace and good EDWARD 1 Clilef of PEACE JUBILEE JULY at 3 In furtherance of the agreement of Executive Com mittee with the eminent German a COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT TIIE KAISERFRANZ GRENADIER GUARD BAND Will he The most popular music as present ed by this distinguished will be Prices for this Grand TO ALL PARTS OF THE HOUSKI FRIDAY lit LAST GRAND CONCERT BY TJIK Band of the Garde SEWING We Sell Machines for OR MAY UK PAID FOR IN WORK lluLargest MachincH in New iud on exhibition at 323 Washington CORNER WEST It I C E P E C K Independence Fourth of July GRAND INTERNATIONAL FRATERNIZATION ALL THU ALL THE THU In FOlK JKAND lit ONE POL LAK ADMISSIONS thruuirlumt DAY and EVEN tjyJ B O F O b F O W IS It be consulted as your own and childrens pbre at the IrtMuunt EVEKY DAVlinu EVENING till July 6th Hit ucu wuikr for ilj On July at 3 GRAND COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT To the Eminent Composer anil HERB JOHAJSTN JJy the Kxecutivp at which Horr Strauss will conduct two of bio favorite A Grand Orchestra cm the Occasion TICKETS Bl TO ALL 1AIiTS OF THE HOUS15 On SUNDAY July ill H GRAND SACRED CONCERT Jiy the IlILSH NATIONAL Clcm Tickets SI to all parts of the NOW four Ticket OJios at the and two Ticket on the Common near West street and near the Smokers as well as those ut thu Music Music Stores and for the sale of Fur oruer of IIENHV OSTON BArSE A Match of this highly exciting Indian Game will be pluycdon July lit 3 Tickcit Ml For ul Wright A IS lUiylttton lv N o w THYSB L PI OF as Washington opposite A htiirllliiK and thrilling ot Ibo in mid Opvil from II Ui Ul AdiuiBtiuiu W Ill tfuprju to be tho dependants and Humble of From this view tho writer profoundly dis as it treats attractiveness to men ad the basis and end of all Instruction on the weaker If he is merely to come In as fin adjunct to music and in order to tempt men Into an Investment bccnuFC the article ottered can be warranted docile and domesticated as well as one haiil ly sees why should be ranked hlglicrtliiui such pur Yet ho believes that this unworthy Bcntl more or less frankly is visible in the teaching of English of foreign Pro testants like Motoil and ot most of the modern books of spiritual reading designed for in mates of Roman Catholic sparing not liis own of tho whole army of safe imil kindly wrltcro who produce the Anglican religious novelette of bo Ho considers that tills tend ency enfeebles the clergy of all soots and They insensibly get info the habit of subordinating erudition and wisdom to more They preach to women and not to and unconsciously weaken religion into mere sentimentality by address ing the sex their own teachings have enfeebled Into mere tender and emotional They are incnEincn and not In short they be come and lose the grand touo and the grand style of theologians and The writer longs for the mighty bass of ft masculine tho an a iv Du a a n a to give weight mid masfiveniBB to the thin and ready utterances which High Broad and Low Church con spire to He demands that effeminate cler gymen shall ho raised Into manhood by having their feminine parishioners thoroughly educated and that mere Impulse and feeling shall be dethroned from their present He ap preciates the worth of women lie does not desire that n tingle grace of the sex should be extinguished but lie relentlessly points out all the defects In their present system of The keen remarks on their not only to men but to other wom und Iliclr proverbial inaccuracy of statement in the matter of personal are only preliminary to Ills theory that like should ho trained to be intellectually conscientious us well as morally pure and rough and rude as they may arc by the Institutions of to be exact in statement women are Inexact from tho false view which controls their secular and religious The quickness of their Instincts and In as rcgnrdD Is all at fault when It comes complicated in which many Indi viduals are They decide ami commonly decide They have not been edu cated In that science of practical life which enabled men to be both tolerant and Littlcdale Is specially severe on all and specially religious which aims to ru prece m suppress Ihc personality of to merge their individuality wholly in that of the other and to regard themselves as merely adjectives to the lordly noiinsuhBtantivo The writer sums up his views regarding the proper religious education of women in these she should he taught her direct personal and the impossibility of shining this off upon any pcruun or system exterior to The of an a religious to prevent waste of powers anil opportunities for Concentration of religious J moan Betting her belief to do dclinito instead of using it as an emotional safetyvalve to off She fiuoiild be tmijflit her what ever it may and hear not merely its the masons for these and this is most important lliu function each such statement has to discharge in aiTectlng spir itual or practical care ought to be taken not to overload her her faculty ot spontaneous which IB of greater should suffer in the the doctrine of the duo apprecia tion of which we call Justice and tho doctrine of which is its The necessity of variety and progress in Two maxims very necessary for those Unit IH doubt docs not necessarily denote strength or so neither does vehement as sertion involve certainty or Lahtl the need of a combination of he and Human iu every perfed work on in lie langnngc ef the union of grace I aud frtewill in The piipir on The ISelicf in Immortality ithe lirsl part of a essay on lliu Cuinlarative llistoiy olRillRiouh It Is devolve to an elaborate exposition of the Hindu Hraniln iini Though intelligent ami are Mirpilsed that the writer taken no note of the Algols exhaustive The Critical the Doctrine of a Future It ia known hat rdiohtrH disagree in interpreting the inclining of tho objective point of the Huddhist some iniisting that implies the annihilation of personal others that it docs The weight of testimony perhaps Is mi the sMo of the llrat named opinion Algcr belongs the school ef thinkers who are champion of the has furnished II with the most exact of all dcllnltioiiK of the condition ef the haul in the Uuddbists The pcrsunal soul is not in his of liuddhas eventu ally but in lu an tstatic equilibrium of the cciibtitucnUi of eonscious The article On the RcFiilts of the of Lan IB Max Jlulleru Jnuuguru delivered in the Vniveiilty of Straiburg on May of this The fuel that Stnibburg is now u German naturally Ui the learned professor the events und consequences of the recent war and tlw science of language has to wait in order that the luiwion for unity may Una timl Hire The timcti In which we live arc ho ihhl we can hardly conceive them greiit enough so to great that uld und cannot great fad SIXTEENTH BAY OF THE There is little that Is now to chronicle about yester days performance at the The Intense licat did not seem in anywise to alloct tho energies of tho nudienco who applauded everything with the wellknown und demanded encores with the wvmo insatiate persistency that hns prevailed from the opening The concert commenced with the performance of Mendelssohns Wedding from tho Midsummer Nights where airy elegance and delicate grace was surely never dimmed or any such midsummer nights as wo are at pres ent when sleep Is quite out of the ques watt followed by a glorious Interpretation of licelhovcnH overture hy thu Herman who excelled themselves on this occasion In tho lire and character they threw Into their Tho stretlo was superbly and the playing of the entire overture was unusually In of and delightful in beauty of expres Tho encore forth a which was Ilnely and In response to another encore n short medley of national nira was Mendelssohns favorite part Farewell to the was then sung by the and succueded hy Verynnos which was sung by Madaino who was forced to reappear and ring Tho Irish Bund then gave a selection W Irish national at the end of which tho was pre sented with n handsome iloral A second mcdiey of Iiisn airs was playeit for the Strauss led his Women and Song and a sparking The French Jimid then gave a truly magnifi cent performance of the Andante and Wedding March from Wagners Such creseemlos anil Bitch glorious brilliancy and precision we have never before Untuned The concluding portion of the murcli was eloctrl cnl In Its so superb the ensemble and so extra ordinary the skill of tho An overwhelming encore was responded to by a and yet another encore Columbia and the Murscil laiso Tim second pnrt begun with the All Hall tho Power el Jesus which was followed by Clughelinls Gratins Aglnins sung by the clarinet obligate being played hy It won an encore and was Tho Anvil Chorus was the and met with no The Emperors Quartette played Moh rlngs and were The Eng Ush Hnrid then appeared and performed Vivinnis grand processional The Silver as played at at on Christmas ami Krister It was finely of but Is by no means a great It was followed by Godfreys Guards which was ren dered with great richness and delicacy of The concert concluded with a march by The concei twos a very enjoyable not mlrahllo the programme was strictly adhered If we are not for tho Ilrst lime during the MUSICAL Schneider has reappeared in Lmdon luhor famous Impersonallon of the Grand Tho Dully Telegraph spenkH of her in tho following bril liant severe manner It Is but slight satlstuc I Ion after all when the golden youth and plonsure scckers 11 today are told that Schneider Is not what she or when we attempt to them for a lost evening by reminding them oC the triumph of the Purls Exhibition year and recalling the history of Grande Tho of song uttered by a Mario are grateful to the young est of the modern only for traditions but because the faint traces of music are sMll and the lire of thu true actor Is rarely extin A Melon Fauclt can still dellglu us as Pauline or for her art Is un chillcd by the Icy linger of and ninny of can he urged for tho persistent clinging to tUmlugo exhibited by a Dejuzot or Frederick Le But there is surely something iui1 in those constant repetitions ot this unpardonable play when the gilt has been torn oil the and the actress has parted with her one of these lovely summer the clear violet morn ing stealing into a suffocating ballroom puts out with its purity the artificial glimmer of gits exhibiting a cruel sight of torn dresses and pale dismisses us somewhat guiltily to to do we almost guiltily sit and sturo vacantly a form of entertainment robbed altogether of Us What a cruel burlesque it is of what It Ubcd to and how completely different it DOW appears irom it was Is thiw tho Grande Duchestvo of Gerolstein of whom we have heard so much 7 Is this tho Schneider whose Dlteslut was sung from one end of to the other whose Oil I jue Jlilmco IDS milltaros was greeted as the consummation of chic whoso as tonishing liberties forgiven for tlio sake of her irresistible matronly little small voice and boivd who sits and pre tends to make luvc Ui n nll giutleui in to play a young and stalwart private ot liglil infanlryV tUU pssllily lie the opera which lias been trauslalel into every im aginable and this the actress who It It is all quite This n me other tlrm mid the play Is the veritable Grandij We huvo nothing to say against the In the old days we itossibly have laughed as loud us any in Paris we have not proved proof the wicked phrasing of and our have to the striking chorus of Void le sabre demon pere but we venture still to proteulaguinKt the repetition of La Grande Duchessc when tho occasion for is When Schneider was In uiul tho whole thing was the lights were turned up ami all effects turned the love mak ing with the daring suggestions oi tht anil the silly buffoonery of the cnturtaiunitint were but still not altogether un liut what are we to say of it n I with nothing left but the diamonds round the upun the and twisted into tho I hair of La Grande DuebeiiseV The violet morn i lug light has crept in und destroyed the We sec Schneider with tho well i known merry twinkle in her fuco and something tf j the old attempting to suggest spirit when I hir heart it clearly not in hir Her are faintly und little The I rummer is denuded of tho old There is an KTtuluiml kick up of the leg to catch the uppUiuu uf u etTtuin section uf the audience but tuu whole ior fuinuince is us depressing as an utiiiiteur aiumpt ut a pMltl The cruelty of tin rlltcrlulnmclit it made more btriking by the cufiigiincnt oi GLOBE Todny nn extra matinee will be given at two Humpty Dumpty will of course bo the with the Martens in the Cat the the the Venus and and Fox in his illimitable imper sonation of the It will be repeated this BOSTON rcrformances will bogiven every two hours commencing at twelve Three pieces are to le played Uncles The Inquisitive Dar ky and Seeing Tomorrow evening the Serious Family and The Skeleton Captain will be BOSTON The performance this evening will not commence until after the If the weather shoul prove stormy the curtain will rise at eight oclock as Betsey Baker and The Itigut Man in the Wrong Placo will constitute the JAMES Three entertainments arc to be given The performance will consist of tho Sewing Machine in which Miss Ada Harland and Fleming will assume the leading parts in which they have proved 90 HOWARD An extra niutinco will he given hero All tho favorites will including tho eggswal the man tho Moe Delahanty and Hcnglor and the Abbott Pantomime CURRENT Twelve years was the uge of an Illinois There is a per capita tux on wives iu A roving mill rolllehsomc that of A borilorrutHan of a postmaster out West cancels letterstanfpB with his A social glass to which ladies lire The professor of apiarian science in the IOTO Agricultural College is a In every State In the Union except Kansas mother has no legal control over her To become the lion of a party it is not necessary to make a beast of ones So far hundred dead bodies Imvo been recov ered from the ruins lit Thirty thousand people Hailed from Liverpool for the United States In A Wisconsin boy had liis eye put out with a patent toy A favor done grudgingly luul better never be done at You owe it to society never to pay a liackmau more than legal Alaska sealskins are displacing nil other varieties of this A Chicago paper mentions a bonflro executed by Ilie Louis Srengerfest was a ilnancial failure to the amount of Clam fishermen on Long Island sound average live dollars a A New Jersey shipyard in building four little pro pellers to bo used us pleasureboats on the An extensive to take place on the fifth hns organized in Thoyro just beginning to harvest the wheat in Indiana rather behind tho for last year at tills time the harvest had been A Uuckcyo oracle IB to inflict urjon an tinbclicvinj world a History of the Declension and Fall of the Great Republic of the A Winonu editor has been protcnled with a peck of new and with bin very next breath gives them the strongest kind of a bus tho tallest kind of policemen one of them is six feet four inches still he isnt All the travelling shows arc hiring acrobats to break a leg or two this In order to get the benotlt of a 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