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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - July 6, 1872, Boston, Massachusetts                                SATURDAY JCJJLT PRICE FOUJR PEACE at 3 BENEFIT to HERB JOHANN YOUNG MEN AND MAIDENS DAY I Farewell to the Eminent WaltzWriter and Conductor 1 TICKETS SI TO ALL PARTS OF THE HOUSE I B OSTON BOOTH LESSEE AHD THIS AFTERNOON at 2 THIS at THE V OKIES In their New Entertainment THE WEONG MAN IN THE KIGHT Preceded by Miss JENNLE LEE and in BETSEY Doors open at and Begins at 2 and jyli THE GLOBE Arthur Doors open at and Overture at 2 and CONTINUED SUCCESS Off THE Oripiiraal arxcl Only HUMPTY DUMPTY Audience Limited only by the Capacity of the as as MONDAY July Reappearance of the Marvallous Martens and KosuisH Gretclien IN TIIEIK Ami tlie Famous DUET OF THE The Wonderful and SIXTYFIVE PERFORMERS No advance in MATINEE This afternoon at K 6tjyl cTfTT O N M U S E U M Acting THIS at WARREN and STUAKT KOIiSON Dy repe tition of THE SERIOUS AMD THE SKELETON Received with the greatest enthusiasm by large aud fashionable THIS SATURDAY EVENING375H1 and Last Night of the anil BENEFT of STUART with the great Comedian in Four of his best Lost Child Camille John YVoups anil The Seasick MONDAY SUMMER SEASON OF TWO with Extraordinary JLDS PEACE at 3 BENEFIT to HERR JOHANN YOUNG MEN AND MAIDENS DAY I farewell to the Eminent WaltzWriter and Conductor jicKETS si TO IALL PARTS OF THE HOUSE JAMES LAST WEEK OJT THE MISS AS THE SEWINGMACHINE Matinee this at i Jy6 yy ORLDS PEACE JUBILEE at S BENEFIT to HERR JOHANN STRAUSS YOUNG MEN AND MAIDENS DAY Farewell to the Eminent WaltzWriter and Conductor TICKETS 8K1 TO ALL PARTS OF THE HOUSE JV421 HOWARD ATHENAEUM RICH STETSON LAST WEEK OF THE EVERY EVENING and WEDNESDAY and SATUB DAY The celebrated ABBOTT PANTOMIME TROUPE 111 the worldfamed The Three Positive reappearance after her accident of tho boauti f ul and fearless Lady In her unparalleled Is literally thrown 25 tee into the air as though Shotf rom the Mouth of a cannon and ie caught by the intreiiid While BUSliended by the from a trapeze in mlualr A Safety Ket will be used durlnK this prevent all possibility of The wonderful phenomenal Who swallows a Swonl 5tu iu The wonderful ttio man with tho Talking ILmc iuuiilcsl Vuiitnloqiiiut in the MOE DELEJ1ANTY AMU AND OTIIiiH 4 JULY 4 jv4tf GRAND PEACE JUBILEE AHD INTERNATIONAL MUSICAL FESTIVAL CLOSING PERFORMANCES TO Alt PAJRTS OF THE HOUSE On July at 3 GRAND COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT To tho Eminent Composer and HERR JOHANN liy tlie Executive nt which Herr Strauss vill conduct several of his favorite A Grand Orchestra on the Occasion TICKETS 81 TO ALL PAETS OF THE HOUSE EBS Grant Central Campaign Club OK 6 Hamilton opposite Park Kuril local Grant amnVilBun as noon aa ifi rnquffstud to Ktnd u Liat of its to these that there may lie mutual cooperation iu the cuiullut of the jti9tf IfOR Complete with jICKKl Of a llllKt BUlWUBlif Ul lioiiMMpiimiJiilly peruui utiil Itoaulerr of the best ami moKt UUHI liurluc IVCT OIK uml nearly a like muiiliLr of truuFifiit very have i now want to leave the Aiiplv at once at Hay ward jyti m O r E N T E M E N A FrnNiPiitNo THEnt OWN We Trim and Muke at the loliowinK Pu am YekU SO CoutH to S16 Ovtrcouts 15 to 18 WOOD SM Washington elixir lu BusUm 1roiirit tort uf of IJ PART Women and CircttESiun PAKT Annen Iy Concert Facilita air Kuntsler JOHANN STRAUSS and On SUNDAY July at 8 GRAND SACRED CONCERT By the IRISH NATIONAL Edmund Clem Tickets to all parts of the Per order oi the executive HENRY Wo KLDS PEACE at 3 BENEFIT to HEKK JOHANN YOUNG MEN AND MAIDENS Farewell to the Eminent WaltzWriter and Conductor TICKETS 8U TO ALL PAIIT8 OF THE HOUSE ITHHE GRAND CANYON OF THE This magnificent byThomas Is on ex hibition at our Tremont Admission 25 BLAKESLEE ORLDS PEACE JUBILEE at 3 BENEFIT to HEKU JOHANN STRAUSS YOUNG MEN AND MAIDENS DAY Farewell to the Eminent WaltzWriter and Conductor TICKETS 81 TO ALL PARTS OF THE HOUSE BOSTON ATHENAEUM BEACON The FOnTlAMlfJ EXHIBITION OF and JSTATUARlfa now In connection with it the MUSEUM OF FINE AKTS exhibits a collection of Ancient am Bronze Implements from ItaloGreek Palnte Vases found iu the tombs of Etruria and llagua line cla Majolica Curved Furnl and lapaueseand Chinese Ioree to Admission 2B Ty ORLDS PEACE JUBILEE at 3 BENEFIT to HEKR JOHANN STRAUSS YOUNG MEN AND MAIDENS DAY I Farewell to the Eminent WaltzWrite and Conductor TICKETS TO ALL PARTS OF THE HOUSE Jy42t MAN KNOW THYSELF JOURDAINS GALLERY OK ANATOMlf 397 Washington Hayward i thousand startling and thrilling models of tho bumai in Health and Open from 9 to 1 Admission 50 11 IANOFORTES YOSE SONS AHE TIIK Most Elegantly The Purest in The Most The Most Durable will Btantl in Tune longor than any chasers ure particularly invited to cull uud Will eeil at the LOWEST PRICES for also o the iUBtnltnuut payable livery Viuno forte made by us IB iully VOSE 506 WASHINGTON JAMES IlfVINCi jelJ WLLLAKB WFM3i A SELLING WALTHAM Fr Kverv warranted a Kor ticulurb Rit or Send for our HulrtitrJ JUrtiryinrc Cutuloiiue Kivlni every prude and Bize of all niit Chun luanulafUirod by tiie American ut with lirlcf of each in field or silver rule j proper a SJllt WriH fur l and lufiiiiou Ihilly a Spt tlllUi Triiiiiont uiyssliiThSTutf PROPOSALS FOR DEADLETTER POST OKFKJB Juno f SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at this le lartment until July at 12 oclock for f ur during a period of two coinmsncintt on ho 10th day of Envelopes to be used for etnrning load letters to Tho Envelopes must bo and equal in niality of paper and manufacture to tho sample select ed by the and have such printing upon hem as the Postmaster General may They must be delivered In such quantities and at such times as may be required at the Post Office Department in in good packed in strong lasteboard ready for free of cost for pack ng and at the rate of about per the annual supply being estimated at more or Specimens of the Envelopes for which proposals are and blank forms for may be had on application to tho Tumi ASSISTANT No proposal will be considered unless accompanied ry a sufficient and satisfactory guarantee and tho ostmaster General reserves the right to reject any and all if in his Judgment tlio interests of the gov ernment require with approved and sufficient in tho sum of will be required for tho faithful per f01 mauco of the according to tho provisions of the seventeenth section of the act of ap proved the 26th of and payment under said contract will he made quarterly after a proper adjust ment of The Postmaster General reserves to himself tho right to annul the contract if in his judgment there shall be i failure to perform faithfully any of its or n case of a wilful attempt to impose upon the Depart ment envelopes inferior to Under tho law no transfer of this contract can he Bids should he securely enveloped and marked Proposals for Dead Letter aud addressed to tlie Third Assistant Postmaster Poat Office Postmaster je24MWS4w FRESH BEEF AND OKlICK Olf NAVY July Sealed endorsed Proposals for Fresh Beef and will be received at this office ntll 2 oclock tho 12th for the supply of eventvfive thousand pounds of Fresh Beef and cvcntylivo thousand pounds ot Fresh at ho Boston Navy Yard and as The Beef must he of good and equal to tlio R O O S A S FOR MAIL STEAMSHIP SERVICE BE TWEEN SAN JAPAN AND POSTOFFICE June J In accordance with the provisions of sections 3 and G of the sot of Congress approved June entitled An act making appropriations for the service of tho PostOffice Department for the year ending June eighteen hundred and seventythree j which sections are in the words and ilgures And the PostmasterGeneral Is hereby authorized to contract with the lowest within three months after the passage of tills after sixty dayspublic for a term ot ton years from and after the first day of eighteen hundred and for the conveyance of an additional monthly moil on the said at a compensation not 10 exceed tho rate per voyage now paid under the ex isting and upon the same conditions and limitations as prescribed by existing acts of Congress In reference and the respective contracts made in pursuance thereof and tho contractors under tho provisions of this section shall bo required to carry tho United States mails during the existence of their without additional on all the steamers hey may run upon said or any part of or any branch or extension thereof That all steam ships hereafter accepted for said service shall ho of not lefs than four thousand tons register and shall he built of and with their engines and machinery Bhall be wholly of American and shall be so constructed as to be readily adapted to the armed naval service of the United States in taso of and before acceptance tho officers by whom they are in spected shall report to the Secretary of the Navy and Hie PostmasterGeneral whether this condition has boon complied with That in all cases tho officers of the ships employed in the service herein provided foi shall be citizens of the United and that persons of foreign who have according to law declared their intention to become citizens of tlio United States may he employed as though they were citizens within the meaning of this or of any act or acts speci fied in the act of Juno eighteen hundred and sixtyfour and the Government of tho Unitec States shall have the right lu case of war to tako for the use of ho United States any of tho steamers of said and In such case pay a reasonable compensation therefor The price paid shall in no case ex ceed the original cost of the vessel so and this provision shall extend to and bo applicable to the steamers the Brazilian lino hereinafter provided That if the contract for the increase of tho mail eervice between San Francisco and China and Japan to a semimonthly service shall be made with tin Pacific Mail Steamship be performed in the said companys or the ships of its success ors in the moneys payable under such contrac shall bo paid while the said company or its successor iu interest shall maintain and run the line of steam ships for the transportation of freight and passenger at present run between New York and San Francisco via the Isthmus of by tho said Pacific Mai Steamehlp and no longer Tluv said requirement shall In all respects apply to any party contracting for tho mail service between San Francisc and China and as well as to the Pacific Mai Steamship PROPOSALS will be received at the 1ostOflico in the city of until 3 oclock on MONDAY the 12th day of for conveying the malls o tho United by means of an additional monthly line of firstclass American seagoing steamships o not less than four thousand tons register and o suflicient number to perform twelve round trips pe between the port of San Francisco and the por of HongKong touching at Yokohama Japan with a regular branch line running in connection wit tho main line between Yokohama and Shanghao for a contract term of ten years from and afto the first day of eighteen hundred and seventy Each bid should name the time proposed U he occu pied in performing the passages each Including stoppages at Intermediate ports and also the length o the stoppages at each of the intermediate ports Schedules of sailing stating tlio proposed day and hours of departure from each as well as th proposed days and hours of should also accom pany each Tho departures muKt bo so arranged ap to alternate at equal and regular intervals with those o the present monthly lino during its form ing a regular semimonthly service in connection there with such to bo subject to the ap proval of tlie PostnmsterG and to adjustmen or alteration by his from time to ae the In tercsts of the postal service may The steamships offered for the service must b Americflniuilt steamships of tho llrst in all re specte conforming to tho requirements of the law authorizing the and before acceptance the will be subject to inspection and survey by an expo rlenced naval constructor to be detailed for that pur pose by the Secretary of the Proposals must conform in all particulars to the pro visions mid requirements of the acts of Congres approved February and February am of sections 3 and i of tlio above cited act of June and must be properly guaranteed with satisfactory testimonials that the bidder or and their guar are men of property and abundantly able to make good their tender and Tho bidder or bidders must be an American citizen o The bidders natnc and and tho name o each member of the when a partnership offers should be distinctly If made by a corporatiol the bid must be accompanied by a duly authenticate copy of tlie chatter or articles of incorporation and list of officers and All bids exceeding the sum of five thousand dollar rnust be accompanied by a certitled check or draft payable to the order of the upoi some solvent national of not less than live pe centum of the amount of one years pay proposed ii such bid or bids such check or draft to be subject t all the conditions and provisions of existing laws in re spect to Any assignment transfer of an ocean mall contiac is expressly forbidden by Much assignments o transfers are null and is required to determine any contract in cose of ite being underlet or Proposals should be sent under seal to The Suiierln tcndentof Foreign with the words Mail Pro Japan and China written on the fae of the and they should he despatched in tim1 to be received at this Department on or before 3 oclocl of the 12th lay of August which will be the last day for receiving proposals under thi FORMS GRADUATED PAINTS Taints muni no but mich an eu Unmmuit the following IH glvuu OHATUITOUSL Lhould bt mude it August IST IK il Huvvrlilll Iloslo JVearBir I turn you herewith u tulcc from the most uxjiufrud pliice on tny which wu jiainttd thtibLauti uud iioWIT uf your jalutb to rtluln lhtir th wcuthtr aud prunurvu tlit Very truly Signed ALFUKU iitthit1 tiiin at lit IliverhlU full u ltd Abu runoivcd for ai 1lyiUK Hitubuvc STuThlMJil Boef uiul altered or by the with approved will bo required In nequni tcr the estimated amount of the and wenly per in addition will bo withheld from the mount of each as collateral security for the lie performance of tho which reflorvation vill not be paid until tho contract is fully complied Every offer must ho accompanied with a written signed by one or more reaponslblu hat the bidder or bidders If his 01 theJr bid bo ac enter into an obligation within live days with good and sufficient to furnish the articles pro No proposal will bo considered unless accompanied vith sucn and the Department reserves tho Iglit to reject any proposal tiiiieoB the responsibility of the TiiarantorB is certified to by the Ansossorof In ornal Revenue for the district iu which they and unless satisfactory evidence that the bidder is a regular dealer in the articles he offers to supply is fur nished with the as well us to relectauypro 08al not considered advantageous to the Govorn It is to be understood that the contract will expire at he close of the fiscal year ending without regard to tho quantities which may have beun deliver In case the stipulated quantity of either article shall be delivered before that leaving balance lue on the other the contract mav bo consid ered us completed in at the option of the Depart Pay AND MAOLIS L The steamer leaves foot of India for Nulmnt at and 6 returning at a and and Fare 30 Children half Excursion tickets to Naliant and including admission to the Maolis aud convoyauce to nud from the at f Boston at 5 Leave Nahiuit nt Ii and Faro 50 Maolis Gardens and Special arrangment can bo made by excursion for which imcl other apply to the on or at the Jyu EXCURSIQNS STEAMER For Bioiviier Landing and lAtcli ilelds TIMK Lltcbllolds 234 Broad at US and Leaves stopping at aud Single tickets 15 2 for 50 for Litchfields Grove has been newly fitted up for Picnic and Is to SUNDAY Leave Lltchnelds Wharf for Nantasket Long Beach and Downer at 10 nntl Leave Nantasket Long stopping at Downer Landing 12 Fare to Nantuskot LOUR Beach and M Fare to Downer Lauding including admission to Mel ville Garden and SI jyltf POUR EXCURSIONS STEAMER FOIl HULL AK11 KAKTASKET LOXQ SKA FOAM TIME Leaves Lltchnelds 234 Broad and Leaves Nantaskot Long Beach and Sea Foam stopping at Faro 15 cents two tickets 25 cents Ijil tickets There Is a Dance Platform at the tlttod an for Picnic Sea Foam HOUHO is open tor Weather SUNDAY Leaves Lltchlields Wharf for Nantasket Long stopping at at and Leaves NantaRket Long stopping at at 12 and 50 cents for the round LYNN AND BOSTONTRANSPORT ATION UOMPANYFOR NAHANT AND New On and after Juno the steam er will leave India wharf for Nahant and Lynn at and Leave Lynn at and 2lj cents round admission to tho gardens and con veyance to and from the boat at Sundays Leave India Wharf at 10 and Leitvfl Lynn at and Leave Nahant 15 minutes or on arrival of the lion t from 50 cents round trip and SI In a few dayB the new steamer will Vie put on the with the will run six trips per Picnic Sunday schools or Associations desiring to avail themselves of the unparalleled advantages of the Maolis combined with the most complete and etiloyable excur sion in Massachusetts for terms aud FEARING India Their Boston friends and the public will be gratified to know that George Doano Brother of the Llndull Street Dining will con duct the Maolls Restaurant this olS CONNECTICUT AND PASSUMP SIC RIVERS DIRECT ROTTTia TO White Mount Lake Montreal and Excursion round trip tickets to tho above by various routes for sale at reduced rates at tho General 87 Washington Clark SUMMER and Lowell H I M Boston and 5 River AnivoWcirs River Littleton 11 Prolllo 1 Twin Mountain 7 White Mountain Crawford 8 2 Newport Lake Que Pultntun Palace Slcepino Cars on niffltt No change of cars between Huston Lowell and Sheibrooke Passengers forWlmo Mountains leaving Boston by the train lodge at White Ulver Junction and leave next morning at E WING GO WHERE YOU CAN SEE ALL THE FIRSTCLASS SEWING We Sell Machines for I N O E B SATURDAY JULY FIRST of New of the Proceedings at the An SECOND Correspondence Letters from Shores of the TBIKD Intelligence The Poetry of Wealth The Trade of Persia The Position of President Thlors Republican Revival in Franco The Berlin in Notes Communications Law and the FIFTH Telegraph Latest Despatches from Various Parts of tho of OutDoor SIXTH England SEVENTH Naval and Marine Kitchen EIGHTH Report of the Celebration of tho Fourth of Matters In Boston and its OR MAY HE PAID FOR IN DONK E35T The Largest Stock of llrstciliss Machines In New England on exhibition at 323 Washington CORNER WEST RICE Je88TuTh4w Boston Ginger Ale A DELICIOUS AN1 Healthful AT KY GHOOKKS FOIt SALE TO TIIE TKAD1S BY HATHAWAY 111 113 BROAD jiH NEW With the Juno number of The its peri odical life is permanently closed j and it closes bril There would seem to bo no good reason why such a representing dissent from current theological doctrines in a most comprehensive should not There are certainly enough peo ple In tho sympathizing generally with Its to sustain it Free as it is has a sufficiently lareo number of adherents to supply an organ with twenty thousand subscribers at Tlio difficulty of accounting for the failure is increased by the fact that The Eadl cal has during the past five contributions from tho most learned and attractive think ers of the new which repudiates dogmatic UnitarianiBin as well as dogmatic One of its most constant supporters has been the whatever may bo thought of his is a thoroughlytrained a keen a philanthropist of Intelligence us well as and a prose writer who ranks among the best of the Bartol has brought to tho support tho maga zine his depth of spiritual and his singular richness of all the chivalry of IHggi not to mention a score of have contributed to it articles written In thoir bent Had it been dollciont in its oumpro like Abbotts wo might eacily account for its failure hut The Eailioal has been fortunate in having for its contributors awWo variety of who may agree in a vague ob jective point of theological but who disagree in personal and in what they think the right method of In fact it has had tho only conirirelieneivcneBB possible to tho religious radicals of the that the comprehensiveness of But why has it not succeeded We will diilklently of an In our tlio laity of all tho denoniinutlouii and free religionists of tho country as a somewhat scandalously of They go to some church or meeting house on but the vital fact is that they are absorbed In business polities and the practical concerns ot Groat ro llgia us organizations like the tho Pros the Koman tlie not to mention can support their because tho number of their various congregations in so very large but still all of them would have 11 vi organs where they now have If their congrega tions had a tenth part cf the earnestness which ani mates their Any who has had a largo experience of American an linn witnessed the devotion and saeritlces of the great body of American must wo agree with ns in thinking that the wealth which In old times was disproportlonally given to the Hainan Catholic has been disproportlonally withheld from the various Protestant churches and There are shrewd business men who believe that their otorna salvation depends on doing thoir best to advance tlu cimee of Chistinnity all over the world they wish tc get into heaven by an act of Divine Grace but tlio are very careful in expending their Almighty dol They would slip into after their earthly pilgrimage Is without giving a con more en earth than is necessary for their eternal sal vation in the other world they but which they think at the same time is rather disposoil to demand too They are if the phrase bo to drive a hard bargain with Jesus Christ I We have gathered this opinion from many a con versation with Evangelical ministers all over tlu They would not state it as bluntly as we have done but they all feel Wo volunteer this theoretical result of the conduct of men of tho world in order to bring them back to their Out the great the preachers of the Word are wick edly pillaged and conventionally respected tliiin down to the last their wives intx drudges such as no Irish domestic would tolerate foi a then depend upon them for somehow or into after wo have left this earthly sphere which we have so much adorned We may have but if anybody doubts our presentation we shall cheerfully overwhelm bin with a multitude of facts wo have personally wit In all our country the clergyman is the first person to bo Hucriilcod when any question o money conies it simply whethei the clergyman be a a a or a But we have wandered from our Tlie Free Religionists are on lie very extreme end of what we call but they arc still They be lieve in God and and arc passionately earnest ii enforcing their startling But they havi not the remotest notion of flic gulf which separates them from their supposed outside of a thousand men or are generally dealing ii and other Intelligent occu pations ef the human Ah 1 they we agree with you perfectly in branding as superstitloi all the orthodox Nothing can be more ri diculous than that Daniel Drew can have a soul to be We dont believe in anything you have as Bailed j the tlie and all the aroixmsuiiHc but 1 hear the click of the telegraphic wire Erie has advanced a quarter per cent please leave me to my When I am dlsengagei from my real business in life I shall be delighted k converse with you on theological Itutthe the the i never except on He nliiy be I he is careful nut to subscribe to The Tlicrc is in no earnestness In the publk wbieh Tlie Hadieul has The JhrlHtiai religion of been denied iu their acts ill doctrines of humility and sclfHacrillec have been tv hourly that it is ludicrous to they have any sympathy with religion at all except in Its negative aspects and to subscribing lladical the general response of laymen dlsseutern has been please excuse me In oilier the Liberals have not spiritual life enough Ui support a Liberal The dealer in bay and who have disagreed with Evangelical they are very numer thought it would be a waste of nmuey td give twentylive cents u month to a periodical that embodied their They scouted all the dogmas of Orthodoxy but they hesitated to venture a six penet on any magazine which interpreted and sus tained their pieconceived The same selfishness and which has eharackTiKcd the congregations of BU many evangeli cal now ditplajs itself in the extreme liberal and intelligent The thinkers aud pastors on both sides are in their different lu the task of purifying and saving sJllis the mechanics and business men turn rather a deaf car to te of It is iael to state t he but it is individually we do nut believe ill the llomaii Cathulleitmi or Kutiutialthin but we du bilieve in the fundamental fact titd is in the That he will bring out uome barnifiiy from this we have not the slightest But liberal laymen arc tho iaat persons to Him in the it may why prolong this fuucril her viee over lie last number uf Tlie i we liaU bceSi specially Klvlhing imms fourth essay on the Religion of Certainly that long disquisition dies a swans death We are to announce that Froth nghams whole scries will soon be published in a including what he has written for Tho Iladi and adding some other discourses on the same ertlle In matters of theology wo are bound o occupy a dramatic point of Wo look at heologians simply as persons of inde pendence and erudition and in all these qualities wo consider Frothingham the peer of James Mar They are divided by many characteristic they both agree In devoting strong minds and inmost hearts to what they consider tho best interests of God bless them both 1 They may bo wrong in special but they are always right n tho patience of thoir research and tho benellcence of their CLOSE OF THE For three weeks our city him been In a feverish Ircam i dream in which nil the visions were in the pulse bent more rap tlio blood flowed more swiftly than in perfect Each afternoon thousands of our people have passed hours in a delirium of musical cnthnsl carried beyond and above themselves by tho vast flood of melody poured ont by the Immense chorus and huge orchestra at tho These concerts been the point toward which our metropolitan life has climbed each imd in which it has glori ously On Thursday camo the last of these feasts of harmony tho ott is dispersed tlio Grenadier Guards Band return to Albion today the Garde Kopublicaino Band will not linger whore they have been so welcome after tonight tlio Kaiser Franz Baud departed last night the latest coiners the Mali may remain for a short but they must soon leave us tlio the Leipsic soldierly dignified will soon ho but memories to the crowds who have learned during tlie past wooka to look upon them almost ns cherished Tho Jubilee Is but the good results which mny bo expected to flow from it are Tho increase of tlio popular love for the higher standard In tho art which has been Introduced among us by the foreign and tho social intercourse nmong musicians from all parts of our own land and from other are the most Important of those but Bostoninns also hope for some other advantages without the would loom very far in the They think that possibly New York jour nalists may lenrn from the condemnation which they have received from those of other clllus to tell tho in future they hope that tlio Metropolitan Company may bo enabled to increase their rolling if tbcy cannot ralso the salaries of those whom they They oven find it In their hearts to believe that somewhere in the dim future they may have another season of enjoyment to which the grand ns it lias will seem small and ON On Thursday the arrangements of tho committee were such as would have proved very popular with the thousands of strangers who visited the had the wcalher been As it largo numbers availed themselves of the low price charged for ad and the early morning concert was very well The audience at the afternoon concert was very much excited whenthe thunderstorm burst upon ho and If Dan tlio loader of tlio English had with groat presence of struck up the Star Spangled the effect of the storm might Imvo been serious from the alarm of those present rather tliati from any real as not a timber In the immense building As It the audience forgot their fears in their patriotic and no accident Tho evening audience was not very but oC Uioso present a few were found who could not restrain their foot from moving in the graceful lines of the YESTERDAY AT THE At the Coliseum yesterday it was very evident that the Jubilee was The scone upon tlio orchestra platform back of the space occupied by the band was rattier a change from what has boon usual at after noon No chorus was but bore and there through tho seals a few listeners were and the orchestra stage was pretty well occupied by Gor mans who thoroughly enjoyed the and did not hesitate to show their appreciation of Justin tho centre were two of that nation who hud imbibed just enough to make them aud their efforts at ap which were ulmoat were very numbing as their illsuccess in making their hands meet mmmed them us much ns the Iu the city reception that mysterious apart ment to get an entrance to which has tried the ingenuity of reporters so much during tlio past two men wore busy removing Inking up taking away furniture and cur and generally breaking up The door of the Press room was and around under the chorus scats the small proportions of the refresh ment were all sufficient for the The lager beer department hold out the and some half dozen men were kept busy dispensing the cooling draught to the thirsty members of tho amll cnce who associate beer with music mid do not fully enjoy one unless accompanied by tho The gentleman who has embodied the Ac commodation Bureau so long as to become n sort of walking encyclopedia of knowledge in regard to boarding and lodging was seen walking look ing at If he felt that his occupation was Jr Tonrjeo was also pleasant as ami looking as if he rather enjoyed the absence of the thousands who have looked to him for tlie past two to cure all troubles to which choruses are Tlio police force present was very and those pres ent looked as if they did not care particularly abou watching the audience very close and the audience tanked as if they were too hot and tired to do any thing but sit down and keep which they did almost and the last concert by the German Band was thus thoroughly enjoyed by all THE AFTERNOON Tlie concert yesterday afternoon was given accordance with tlie contract made with the Gorman which stipulated that they should have a bcnellt concert after the regular Jubilee engagement was The day chosen wan coining directly after tlio excitement of a genera and it Is not surprising that the audience wan numbering hardly more than one thousand There was u large proportion of Germans among those and the band was greeted with the welcome of Tlie programme was as follows Oberon Meyerbeer concert New Strauss Fantasia from La Iroplicle over Kuy cornet The Viennese in Ber Solo by Hock Leaves and Blossom potpourri by Raro Jllnec Frederick Kniperor closing witl TiltStar Spangled At tho cmelusioii ot the New u beautiful uf ro was presented to the Heir by tlie Secre tary if tin German liiile and at the con clusion of Fantasia from Le a beautiful ilonil crown was given to Herr Sum by Minnie a little daughter of Curl The bas ket presented watt very being made with u double handle of between the parts of which the word Saro appeared in line white The crown was of the choicest flowers and vines and was a beautiful ImUi in material and THE EVENING The French Band gave their farewell concert at the Coliseum last evening before an audience of be tween two and three ttic attraction of free Urcwmks probably affecting the attendance some The wlectkiib were cavatiiia from Luoretia andante and wedding march from Lohengrin William Tell coruci Air E by Silvcstrc torchlight LAppel du H is ss to say that the performance of the band excellent but the win by Silvcstre de serves especial mention fur iu wonderfully smooth and finished In the short time tul j tnted performer has boen here he a high place in the esliuiution of lovers of cir nit instrumentation rarely gained by any one who has i viciud this The of the Tit uver I turc by far the most enjoyable of that tlie band has ever as The lumbe i was quiet enough to ailow ul the wonderful effects i by the baud to bo fully A j tiller iMidiriiig of Ihisovcrturi1 has rarely been ev n when given u lib lull orchestral Tie Would have warrantel repetitious liiUULhuul the but the extreme heat made the performance of the selections given about all that hnman nature could The concert was concluded nt quarter of ten but Maary onld not get away for some time as large num bers of his friends crowded about him to bid fare The concert was Ihe moat enjoyable of the series given by this band during their STRAUSS The concert today for the benefit of Herr Strauss promises to bo one of the events of the An irchestra composed of the very best material ot the grand orchestra will be the and the pro gramme will Include several of the waltzes of tho No greater attraction could be provided and the attendance promises to be very Tomorrow evening there will be a grand Bocred concert by the Irish Now that the Jubilee Is over we desire to odd our word of praise to Nilcs and his assistants In the Press Especially do we wish to thank tho muchtormented to com pare whom to Patience on a monument would give but a Blight idea of the amount of that virtue and of forbearance which he has exhibited during the many trying days of the Not only was he y about a thousand journalists who were en to but ho was expected to provide the best seats in the house for he families of of Besides belnj tally Importuned by the legitimate members of the ho was assailed by numbers of that vast armv of penniless adventurers who constantly lianfr around great and small and bring the respectable members of the newspaper profession into To satisfy all classes with ho has been brought In contact during the past fortnight has been no easy bnt In separating from him It Is the unanimous verdict of tho members of the Boston and without of the journalists of all other cities and towns represented at the that ho has won much of that honor which lies in acting well his and has borne his faculties so and withal so that of the hundreds whom he IIIIH almost dally laid under heavy none will part from him without JUBILEE Tho German Band left New York last evening anil will give concerts In Jones Wood this and tomor row The members of the Emperor Williams Cornet Quartette have written a letter to express their plea sure and appreciation of their It is signed by each Tho proprietor of the Lancaster House entertained HOIT Saro and tho German Band on Thursday even The spread was and the oveninas pleasure was increased by music by the The band of tho Grenadier Guards left this city on on their return home via New where they paused hist night to play for the benefit of a charitable and sail for homo A complimentary dinner has been tendered the members of the French by their friends In and about this previous to their The c impllnu nt has been and the affair will take place at the Clarendon Hotel this Among those young ladies who so indefatigably surrounded Herr Saro in the Press room on Thursday afternoon was one more fortunate than the others and who received from the eminent and now famous leader a short musical composition written on the spot especially before The Coliseum concerts will probably be repeated1 In the with a full chorus of twenty thou when our citizens return from their summer re The idea is a good and if comprehen sively carried at popular will bo sure of securing immense The weather will be kHB Intolerably hot than It Is at the present Some early in the lay throw a stone through Allens captive the Castle In tho and as the hole made was out of the gas BOOH rent tho envelope from top to putting an end to Mbirds eye views for the This Is tho second tlnio tbis balloon lias been damaged In this way during the hole made In the former case being easily reached and The members of tho French Band went to Dedham Thunsday U attend a grand mammoth Catholic picnic at Whldngs and wore heartily The members of the band arrived at the grove about eleven At halfpast twelve an address to the band was delivered by John Boyle A tho conclusion of tho which was loudly ap tlio band sat down to a bountiful and rcturacd to just in time to escape the worst part of the Godfrey and the members of his band desire to publicly express their thanks to tho people of Boston for the universal kindness which they have received at their and especially to the English reception ci and Smith in He thanks Captain Snow of tho Fimilcors for his kind offer of an escort on tho departure of his which he was compelled to and the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company for their entertain During the day mid evening of Thursday the lead ers of the German and Marino Bands were presented with elegant gold medals by Harrison Gray as a souvenir of tiie Jubi GUinore also received one of these beautiful and the leader of the Iriiih Band was presented with one of the same medals These inedalu are of solid beautifully engrave 1 upon one side with trophies of musical instruments entwined by an olivo and on the reverse this Intieilpflon Peace Presented to the Band by Harrison Gray Juno Each member of the several bands was also presented with a tiilver medallion in the shape of a Greek DRAMATIC Dumpty continues to occupy tho attention and receive tho applause ot tho audienccB at tho In spite of the oppres sively warm tins performances of tho favor ite Fox this afternoon and evening will doubtless at tract good BOKTOK will close tlio prea tlitpcaBun at the and will witness the benefit of Stuart who will appear iu pieces well calculated to allow an exhibition of Uio bert features of bin stylo of This two The Serious Family and The Skele ton will be JAJIKH dotting performances of the KcwingMachine or Death at flu will talu place and even The startling scenes and sensational features of this play should attract large audiences of those who bin tf With these last pciformunccH of the season at this well ItiKnvn plaee of amusement will TIIK season at the Howard Athe iniiiiu will also done The performances this afternoon and evening will include all the fea tures that have made the programme for the past lwi weeks BO BOSTON excellent bill which lias been so allrautive and pleasing the past week will be repeated this at ernooii and The Vokes Family will give their inimitable sketches in The Wrong Man in the Itlght and Miss Jennie Lee will appear as Betwey Next week wili bring the Vokes season to a CURRENT Tho Wisconsin iircy are Widow art1 huM in Yuri had tifty uf mi Tho hulk of have a hume husband Jlfueii imilntuius that every Apache eating koviTiitULnt ratiuiiri is a murdervr uf wtiito Oh How I wish 1 was iu its the name of tho latent popular The Homo Journal does not tif LOUJJ The accounts given ot the cotton and ciirn eropt In North A number of soldiers belonging to the garrison at Imvo There uru about goats in from onequarter to full NutureV man eoul Int The Ihittery is that exhales from the of Dean Stanley to uvereonieCaLholieism with Tlie Old White Hut is the latest campaign paper that luih tviiit to I eSiKtrt biiye thut Cixmorne in liis voyage trom London wiu ebeurteU The Louisville CourierJournal nays Tlio AtlauUi Sun itvery popular among its They cut nut Stephens editorials for paper TurnipMvd the name of one of the eldest and u paper of that Sluts the faet that lie jiibt been The ultut ft allcgvtl he a telegram fiviu Khartoum to the New York pulilLshe I in thut piipir U1 u of u Mlcr fivin Honuv Uivele uioii of iiit tpiJtie el in the maniUuclUJv vl   

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