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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - July 11, 1872, Boston, Massachusetts                                THTJESDAY JCJLY 111JJ721 PEIOE FOUJR THE G Arthur UNABATED SUCCESS OP AND and their HUMPTY DUMPTY AMi THE MAMMOTH IN THEIR Brilliant and Original Coolest Theatre In Steam Fan NiRhtly In improves with EVERY AND and Saturday NO ADVANCE IN jy86t D BOOTH LESSEE AND SIXTH AND LAST WEEK OF THEE VCGKIIES THE WEONG MAN IN THE KIGHT LAST MATINEE OF THE SATURDAY July 16EXTRA NIGHTBeneflt of Announcements Doors open at and Begins at 2 and TOWERS the reception of guests JULY It has a fine view of Vineyard Oak Bluffs and the at Marthas It Is in tlie immediate vicinity of pleasant and has unsurpassed facilities for Boating and Being but a minutes walk from the steamboat landing and Hie It will be In dally communication with Marthas Vineyard aud New Bedford by The now extension Old Colony Railroad to Fal motith to be completed by the tenth of will enable guests to roach this delightful seaside re sort without the sea sickness incident to a trip by GEOBGB Owner and O S T O N MUSEUM B DAVIES AND SARGENT 1 TKm THRjBH STAJRS Vfintriloanisi and Matinees each Wednesday and Saturday niRST GRAND UNION PICNIC of the SPIRITUALISTS OF BOSTON AND VICIN PTYwrn be hekl at ISLAND GKOVE on FRIDAY Julv Special trains will leave the Old Colony at 9 and 12 oclock stop Excursion TicketsAdults Children cents from way stations In proportion tH BtatlJnBi particulars see JAMES This large and elegant establishment Is situated on FRANKLIN containing cvory modern domes tic convenience and including the largest and most perfect steam elevator In the Every de partment of the house is in charge of experienced per and the whole is under the careful personal supervision of the If our patrons will kindly send us word of their in tended either by telegram or by wo shall be better prepared lor their mai4tf CROCKER BOSTON BJ3ACON The FORTYSIXTH EXHIBITION OF PAINTINGS and STATUAltyteww In connection with itthe MUSEUM OF FINE AKTS exhibits a collection of Ancient and Bronze Implements from ItaloGroek Painted Vases found in the tombs of Etruria and Slagua Jra cia Malolica Oriental Curved Furni and Japanese and Chiuese Porce VA Admission MllitfjeH AN THY SELF JOURDAINS GALLERY OF 397 Washington opposite Hayward A thousand startling and thrilling models of the human in Health and Open from 9 to 11 Admission M P I B I T U A L I S TEST AVill give Stances through at 18 Bulflnch from 9 to MOUNTAIN Twelve miles from Accessible by the best mountain road in tne and in to New York than any other hotel on the Elevation above tho Hudson River 3000 extending over square unsurpassed for beauty by any in the Celebrated for its in vigorating Temperature at all times IS to 20 degrees lower than New York Telegraph in the Open from Juno 1 to October Stages and Carriages will be In attendance upon the arrival of tho trains of the Hudson River Railroad and tbe Boate from Albany and New JAMES Agent at Ciitakill for CHARLES BEACHS Mountain je22lm CHARLES C LOUD BROADWAY AND 42cl JSLANB LOWELL This delightful watering place is one ot tho moat In teresting summer resorts Iu New The Island contains about 25 and is situated In Massachu setts 1 mile from Marblehoad and 18 miles from The climate is precisely that of the Isles of The house contains 180 tho parlors and halls are the sleeping apartments The property has recently changed and is opened this season exclusively as a quiot family The tirlces will be very moderate In comporisou to qtner seashore resorts that possess anything like equal Bom forts and Tlio boxise is reached in about 10 minutes from Mar by small which connects ten times dailv each way with trains to and from Boston also niakMug frequent connections with northern aud east Montlily tickets from Boston package tickets at the rate of cents Address SUTTON Box mREMONT HOUSE The proprietors of tho Tromont Houao direct public attention to tho Caf6 connected with Entrance on both Tremont and Beacon It Is an attractive and favorite resort for Gen tlemen and and its cutttne ia acknowledged to be the best In the Its patrons aro served from an early hour in tho morning until CHAPIN mar THURSDAY JULY TJOTEL RANGE A firstclass three blocks west of CENTUAL same is conducted on EU ROPEAN and containing all modern improve RAND 3m CITY OF C I X Y OF Proposals for PronosalB sealed with wax will be received at City Hull till July at 1 for building sewers in Shaw and Longwood Foundry streets and The right reserved to reject any To be endorsed Proposals for MOSES Cbairmuu Committee THRESH BEEF AND JD OFFICE OF NAVY I giTANPISB South The extensive addition to this fine Hotel being now It will bo ready for company July Mu sic Billiard Bowling Ilcasunt Bontingj Fishing aud Bathing Terms beddinp and furniture entirely Board S12 to per 6 O I C O T T Tble House having recently been put in the beat pi and newly is now open for PERMA NENT AND TRANSIENT Parties looking for Board the Seaside for the will find tlilB a quiet and firstelaes place of resort In every GOOD STABLE and GOOD BOATS connected with the and competent men in FRANK 61 65 Charlestown Patentee and Manufacturer ot Patent Wave Flue Oven with one largo or two or more small Hollers and for warming buildings by low pressure steam or hot with all the latest Im Greenhouse Boilers ana Pipes Dwelling Houses Fitted up with FirstClass Ranges and Water Pipes in Galvanized Iron or Public Houses and Factories fitted with Steam Boil ers and Pipes for Now York Ranges at New York French Ranges on Hand Competent Workmen sent to any part or tlio United States or mIKtl FIRST The of Lato The Paris Fine SECOND On the ters from Italy and South Miscellaneous Tattooing Among tho Japan THIRD Intelligence Social Soldier ing in Prussa Judge Keoghs Galway Judg ment Perils of the Sea England and the French Communists Extraordinary Birth at Wales Mortality of Paris Daring the FOURTH In on Cur rent Notes Commenting on the Events of tlio giving News and Opinions from all and the FIFTH Telegraph News from all Including a Report of the Greeley The Cuban SIXTH England News Latest Events In New Massachu Rhode Island and Gos Selection i I Presume Pedigree of Poets Alabama Claims SEVENTH Naval and Marine Wholesale Price Cui EIGHTH Department City and Subur ban Mat THE NAKED QKAND 1872 INTERNATIONAL 1872 BY WILLIAM OULLEN H M ONTVERT MIDD1ETOWN Situated among tho beautiful hills and mountains of Opened on tlio first of Fltchburg railroad morning train arrives in Rut land in time for thence by stage to Mlddletown Terms and particulars on R O TJ T E S VIA Fitchburg and Cheshire NOW READY FOR SUMMER To the Famous Adirondack Luke Niagara White PULLMAN PALACE CARS BETWEEN BOSTON AND EUN ON THIS LINE Chairs secured at this Call or send for Circulars before purchasing tickets as our routes arc very desirable aud at low Line 82 Washington General CONNECTICUT AND PASSUMP vy SIC RIVERS DIRBCT ROUTE TO White Mount Lake Montreal and A little volume of Fables in and in the Spanish by JosiS lias met with such favor Jn that the city authorities have adopted it as a readingbook for Tho following ia a translation of one of the Beautiful truth once In the of Put on tho brave array Which then the gocldCBsess of Hellas And issued to tbo day Robed in such with graces so That built to her a The Indignant at tlie Rose in defence of their invaded Horror and they And profanation I and they came and Pacing the ambrosial courts from nldo to Till a wild tumult filled the to appease their fury left the And quickly stood before The shrino of determined to chastise The sacrilege ho tore From her tho regal mantle which ulio And stripped the robe And flung to Falsehoods hand Mantle and robe to serve for her And gave to Truth this terrible command He thou forever nalced from this And let not Truth be If evermore since She liidcs in humbled and And rarely seen of NEW Sealed endorsed Proposals for Fresh Beef and will he received at this office until 2 oclock the 12th for the supply of seventyfive thousand pounds of Fresh Beel aud seventyfive thousand pounds of Fresh at the Boston Navy Yard and as The lieef must be of good and equal to the Srade necessary to make the best mess and bs de vercd In equal proportion of fore and Tlie Vegetables must be of the best quality the market and the Beef and Vegetables must be offered for by the with approved will bo required in onequarter he estimated amount of tho and twenty per in addition will be withheld from the amount of each us collateral security for the due performance of the which reservation will not be paid until the contract is fully complied 11 Every offer must be accompanied with a written signed by one or more responsible tW the IJidder or bidders if bis or tliuir bid be ac enter into an obligation within five with good and sufficient to furnish the luticles pro No proposal will be considered unless accompanied with such and the Deiiurtmerit reserves the right to reject any proposal unless the responsibility of the guarantors is certified to by the Assessor of In Revenue for tbe district in which tbey and unless satisfactory evidence that the bidder Is a regular dealer in the articles he offers to sftpply Is lur nished with the as well as to rel cot any pro posal not considered advantageous to tlie Govern APPLEDOBE ISLES OJP Open June Guests may take tho Express Train from on the Eastern which connects at Portsmouth with the Steamer The boats will make two trips on connecting with tho tel3ThSTutf LAIGHTON p A B K E K On the European SCHOOL MILLS nl po It is to be understood that tho contract will expire at the close of the fiscal year ending June without regard to Hie quantities which may have been deliver in case tbe stipulated quantity of either article shall be delivered before that leaving a balance clue on the other the contract may be consid ered as completed in at tho option of the Deport 5t 1av N TIO GENTLEME FURNISHING THEIH OWN AVe Trim aud Make at the following prices Pants and SO r SpriuK 10 to 18 WOOD Ss 351 Washington next door to Boston Proprietors of Woods System of O L I T H O G B A P H S GREAT COLISEUM Tbe Lnrrc and Elegant giving a bril liant view of tbe GKKAT COUSKUM for the WORLDS JUBILEE INTERNATIONAL MUSICAL In which are excellent portraits of Generals Grant and Emperor William of Louis Napo the disentbroned Kinperor of Governor Mayor George Chairman of tlie Building Charles Francis Wendell and numerous other dlKluigulslicd nre now and for sale at tbo Rooms of the ENGLAND LITHOGRAPHIC 3el4 100 RUMMKR 1m N G M A C IIIN E MARSHALL YOKK Marshall The location is exceedingly Fishing and Gunning facilities with the famous YOUK SANDS but a short distance from tbo Couches will connect with morning trains at Ports returning at or ou ar rival or Noon train from Address MARSHALL jclOtjylAMWFlm QOUTHTSHORE SUMMER G t A DE S Tills beautifully located for Transient or Summer is now For Fishing or Boating It has no equal on the whole New England Eight trains daily leave the Old Colony and Newport Railroad for JAMES July TOC K I N G H A M The OKLY FIIISTOLASS HOTKL in the New and elegantly unsurpassed iu richness of ap and the bestpoint from which to visit tho isles of and the Beaches of Hamp York and Direct railroad communi cation with tho White via North 3elStf MABION Great Opens June Oak and Pine Gentlemen with their families in search ot u healthy place for the Summer on will do well to secure rooms at Address ay jull HEIGHTS Family Hotel On line of Duxbury and Cohasset within fifty roils of South Scituate STuTlitai Excursion round trip tickets to tho above by various routes for sale at reduced rates at tho General 87 Washington Clark ABeUt SUMMER and Lowell 8 6 M Boston and 6 i ArriveWellB 11 Profile 1 Twin Mountain House 7 liUll White Mountain 10 Crawford 8 2 Newport Lake Pulltuau Palace Sleeping Cars on maht No cbnnge of cars between Hostoii Lowell and Sberbrooke PiiBfengers f orWInto Mountains leaving Boston by the UP train lodge at White Klver Junction and leave next morning at pOUE EXCUBSIONS STEAMER FOR HULL AK11 NANTAXKET LOAO SflA FOAM TIME Leaves Lit oilfields 234 Brand and Leaves Nantuskot Long Beach aud Sea Foam slopping at 11 Fare 15 cents two tickets 25 cents 60 There is a Dance Platform at the fitted up for Picnic Sea Foam House is open lor SUNDAY Leaves Litebilelds Wluirf for Nuntaslcct Long stopping at at uml Leaves NnnlJiskct Louf stopping at at 12 and M cents lor the round House B GO WHERE YOU CAN SICE IIKSTCLASS ALt THE SEWING We Sell Machines for 01 MAY PAID FOR IN cliinefc ia ut 323 Washington tOIiNLl WKET E L L E V U E 17 10 Beacon The finest Family Hotel and best location In the Contains all modern including Passen ger European Excellent uccoiumoda tloiiB for transient PRIVATE BOARD A 1MJ Rye KcicniB very and thoroughly Accommodated Aililress Rye TPINE POINT HOTEL AND LOV J ELLS AT yilNCY good IMn nei 1 itli or uwl the most iilcusuut spot on the tuuth bhuru tosmuil iluv nr week with your HOWAIU EXCURSIONS STEAMER For Downer Landing and Lltcli ficlds TIMK Litchllelcls 294 and Jlng Picnic and is to Weather SUNDAY Leave Litchticlds Wharf for NuiUttskut Long llcnch ami Downer t 10 uud Nantusket Long stopping at Downer li Fare to Nuntasket Long lleueli and 50 Fanto Dowuir Landing Including admission to Mel ville Warden und SI t NAHANlVMAOLIS GARDENS D steamers leave and MunUtyK ut l t liiiVfiiLiwlis Wluirl ut down uiui try c A N H o u s E Ccnvcniently lociilwi for ImnluuSB or ioiiiuiiis uiiurtmuntii with BATHINU und WATKII Also KLKVA Hit riv OPEN JUNE Fare 25 cents round admission to the gardens uud conveyance to aud tram the bout at Nuliiint SI and one of Donnes unrivalled Fish Boston and touching ut Nu ut and SO cents round trip and fcl JO ditto and Din ner Picnic Sundayschools or Associ ations deslrliiK to avail themselves of the unparalleled advantages of the Muolis coniliiliDd with the most complete und enjoyable excursion in Massa chusetts for terms uud FEARING Imiiil jyllltf AHANT AND MAOLIS The stianur leaves font of India for Nulmiit Squalid 6 returning ut B uud i Iarc ail Chlldron hull Fxeurslon tickets to Nubunt anil liiciiulliiK to the Manila aud conveyance to aud from the ut KVJUIAYKLciive BuKtou lit 5 M Leave at uiul US Fare 50 Miuills Gardens und Snetlul urrauguuUt cuii lie mudu by excursion fur which and other apply to the on or ut OF THE QUINCY MINING Ml City Devonshire lioMon June soniluiuiuul Dlvluuud of live killiutiicr unit tin eilra ilhidyuu of two und jut bull dullare iSiSili pir rliuru bus IKKU iiuMililc on Hie 1st of ucxt ti ttuikholdoru of icHiril ilohc of tiuukEWlll lie cloaid Hi AiuriiBt liy 11OKATIO DAILY GLOBE will be JU 1 11 L tx I i t iln IU l the 1ufct All civilized human beings consider the mental and moral education of their children as of supreme Thej are willing to devote any money they can earn to But they aro generally deplorably deficient us rcspcets any inves tigation into methods of and have little notion of the childs mind and the childs Tho baby Is Idollml J the boy or girl is loved j but when It comes to he question of tlio boy or girl Is pimply sent to The however vig orous may be their and however largo may be their experience of rarely think of their duty to save their children from the torment implied in injudicious methods of Tho schoolmaster or fashionable at the is sufllcient for A little of the practical perception which has enabled a man to make a it exor cised In the sphere of show him that ho often consigns his children to impostors and whoso incapaeity would be manifested at if it was brought to tho tests which he applies in business There is not a who would In five be hopelessly if ho was as inexact and credulous in his notions of trade as he is in his notions of His instinct and sa gacity seem to desert Mai the moment ho comes face to face with the Ho knows that ho is working for his children but at the same time he delivers up bin children to the control of a set of people who aro often immensely below himself in in hi practical and in clear per ception of the youthful heart and We are therefore glad to announce a scries of pub by Stcigcr of New In which a sen sible education of human beings is rooom The particular volume before us is called The ils Nature and Relations an Elucidation of Fraibols Principles of It of is called the Kindergarten The fundament al palnelplo underlying nil tho sentimentality of the is simply In the education of chil the knowledge of things should precede the ac quisition of The usual method is to make the child learn abstractions and then to leave him to connect them with concrete facts as far as ho is able to do Children by a happy instinct of their rebel against the and their intelli gence is often stigmatized as Lord Uroughum said when ho waii that ho luul learned more during the llrstfour years of his than be ever learned like other bright children practised a Kindergarten system of bis Why should not the naturalmethod of education be allowed to prevail Why should which received in a natural fills the child with trans be so of ten addressed to it In such a manner as to excite disgust Why should the names and defin itions of things bo taught before things themselves are known and understood The present exposition of Fruibcls ideas respecting the needs and education of The is the work of tho Baroness one of his most ardent Tlie translation by Ma tilda of this an practi cal teacher of tlie We should tuch a book would interest all fathers and A few extracts may give some or the scope nf the The most diillcuH thing in the education of children is the cultivation of the active con nLCtiun with the so that work shall be early atfociatcd with the feeling of Idleness ii the great curse of and men generally work with tbe hope of obtaining eventually the means Ui be This is tbe great mistake of human for joy is inseparably connected with Recreation Is onlygcod so fur na it Is a variation from ordinary There says an infatuating sweetness in tbe air of the mountains which leads the idler on to Ids sure Mere lazy enjoyment is the most wearisome of all Indued Sir tjeoruo Cornwall a most indclatigablc once laughingly Lifo would bo tolerable were it not for He In tills remark be indicated the primitive fact of our that real pleasure can only firing from Ihe vigorous exercise of all our fac ulties of body and as ordinarily un is identical with We qiiite the fol lowing paragraphs to show how would uu cuunlcr tlieproblem of laziness in ittsjurce How very little scope und aid arc given to youth ful uctiuy Yet if it is not it deadened idleness becomes a habit which the children at last come to while they dread every It would fctiem that nothing is llmutht of but to muko the child receive first with ijen and then with tlie learning uud Ivurning but nuvtr doing Frubcl the that hu child hhuulil nut hear or liarn anything which It bi make its Individual properly we have be fuiulBUi s the means for acoiniiplish iiig in iorly earliest in iu stick euMtr Uiiui und ii the mudd ling in Ilius preparing the child fur In bis The of Fra bti The faculty of dialling ib lib natural Ibc child as Ihe finidly uf fur and iigu uv i T Ml r I tf ami every peculiarity finds its means of expression when the of children make them conscious of their own creative and1 disclose their talents and then the children of a future day will ns is now tlio be crammed witlidead knowl and presume to judge 8f everything in a criti precocious without ever producing any unable to act with force and In what are called the higher classes of tho young people nowadays know a great deal too much at think they know very They cannot condescend to do and prefer to produce In the lower classes young people are mere drudges or and thought is un connected with their The true balance be tween receptivity and productivity has been lost and must bo be This maybe done by Frojbels method by it early childhood IB instructed through that which it produces and experiences do ing is from the start made the source and tho com panion of In a moral point of view the child is first made to act according to moral before it is taught morality in tho form of abstrac tion or True morality is only evinced in One of tho most striking of Frcobcls ideas is his method of teaching He begins with the con and the passage from facts to laws in made by a process of smoothness and Hero is tho statement No subject of knowledge is so so essential to as a knowledge of nature and her But tho basis of till natural should not be taught at the outset as an abstract is not likely thus to awaken interest in many youthful But if it starts from tho fundament al forms of and never loses its connection with them If Its single tenets and laws aro deduced in organic connection clear to tho pupils conscious then no thoughtful no one who is inter ested in the contemplation of will pass this fundamental science by with How groat would be tho benefit to industry and tho life of the from such a popular and universal knowledge of geometry and the natural sciences routing upon if we could succeed in teaching tho coming genera from earliest to think over again tho grand creation of tho to reproduce as it In their thoughts Frcebol conceived tho Im portance of such an and therefore hu made tlie eternal archetypes of nature the playthings qfeldld and the mutual relations and combina which nature employs in her secret the childs laus and rules of Everybody who has been at school must preserve vivid remembrance of the horrors of tho spelling Horace tho most and sagacious of all American citizens who have devoted themselves to the cause of justilles chil dren in their abhorrence of it on philosophical The translator of tho present volume quotes his statement as sound Kindergarten find we follow her example In Scotland tho spoiling book is called tlio spell and wo ought to adopt that appellation ae it is often used with it does cant a spoil over the faculties which generally they do not break for and wo If two things on earth should bo together Mid kept one would suppose that it should bo tho idea of a thing and the name of a The is ft most artful and elaborate by which words are sepa rated from their so that tho words can bo transferred into the mind of the pupil without per mitting any glimmer of their moaning to accompany A spellingbook is a collection of thlniis with out tbo things words without dictionary without It is a place where words arc shut up and so that their sig nification cannot get at Yet formerly it was the almost universal wo fear it is now nearly keep children two or three years in tin where tho minds oyo is averted fron the qualities and relations of uiu fastened upon a few of themselves wholly THE THE FINE Tho Arumlel Society will early in tho an a selection of transcripts from the wellknowi collection belonging to he Duke of com prising twenty of lie more important of the scrlc known us Tho Chatsworth which rank second only to the Oxford The reproduction will be in und printed from negatives bo longing to the uciencc and art The saim society will also publish a work on tho architecture of tho ruined buildings near by II Every one recollects the MHSCO dos Souvorains in the a collection of works of ar and articles of personal all connected mori or ICES cloeely with tho sovereigns of ho ornuiiicntij which were found in the tomb of Childeric at Fontcnay to that chair of which tin latest Interest Is that Napoleon tho First used It a These objects had been gathered from mil libraries and other By a re cent decree of the President of tho French Republic they arc to be returned to the places from which they were taken twenty years The public gallery at Brussels nt tho sale of tho collection of the late two por traits of Philippe le Beau and Jeanne la whlcl have boon attributed to These works nr said to have been brought from the church at Zlcrck in Tho same nuiuenin bus at least ii fortunate in securing another work attrlb ntcd to a formerly liLlonging t AVolseyMorcau of Tlio central panel rep rescnts Chrltit lamented by the Virgin un and worshipped by a knight and donor and his and a Behind the knigh is bis shield of which ban been to indi cute hat the picture once belonged to an Italian fain if not to a member of the House of Ii the background is a with a forlillod city the walls of which are reflected in still Th wing shows the Virgin adoring the Infant Christ with Francis ot AsslMsi kneeling and presenting gentleman who holds a falcon on his and is cla in a brocaded under a mantle of scarlet un On the right wing are John tho liaii Tbe wings respective on their figures of Jerome an Iu Ancient and Modern If nowii days one in possession of a million o dollars lie is ulnioM It is now IM tbnt the Spnigue family of tlhodc Island is one of tli riiliifct in the They have built a monuuiji worth MiKh spoken of tlio furtuius uf tinAitoits SUwurliind ihu but all Huhwealth lucks cmupnrud with fortunes of uldin Plilnmauu Phikilcl In had a fnrtuno ot Clco iutra drunk u glass of wine in whkh a There aro but three theatres open in this city at the present time Tho the Globe and the At the firstnamed bouse tho Vokcs family aro de lighting goodsized audiences every night at the Humpty Dumpty makes ills bow every evening to crowds that cannot help laughing from the begin ning of performance to its close while at the Robert Craig presents his inimitable mimic ry of the popular actors of Uio It will thus bo seen although tho weather is very tho entertainments provided at our theatres are sucli as to amuse without greatly taxing tho mental An English paper tells the following There bo always some people found who will be taken In by that consummate and admirable Ihe youth who drops sham rlngn and paste pins before your and in the most Innocent manner in the pretends that ho has had tho luckiest of But we did not think any how ever could be stirred up to energy by tho ap pearance in the circus ring of one of tho troupe feigning dressed as a and per sisting In riding one of the horses But this timehonored joke onco moro struck as the Yankees While Croneste and Nellae Circus was performing at Leigh the other day an active and energetic officer bounded into tho ring on the appearance of tho circus and refused to go away until ho had arrested the tipsy Not only did the young policemen show his for ho was followed by a far older and more experi enced Tlie peals of laughter which ran round the ring at the expense of the police when tho tipsy armor bounded on to a horse and commenced chang ig his costume may cosily be Tho meri orious activity ot tho police of Leigh liow special Tho theory is that polico ien are never found when they are wanted to be Iscovercd when they aro not required marks an ex CSB of zeal not unworthy a place In police A recent number of the London Era says on the subject of tho wilful propagation of we may possibly call attention to the ttcur ilons abuse of the English Its actors dresses and published in tho May number f the Pauls and signed by Walter Wo need scarcely add that tho j no longer edited by Anthony Wo ave nothing to do with the opinions of the young We deal merely with his facts and when ha oldly and unblushlngly tells tho public that tho ictorfl of the present day arc unable to parso an rdinury speech in Shakespeare that they do not now French and German that they have the iiiau icrs of strolling players and cockney clerks that ctrespes cannot look like women of gentle with rare arc not virtuous that the entlenien engaged to review new plays for the varl is newspapers aro ill and are lot generally striking in save for a cer aln tendency to wear false shirtfronts and to smell of iiysterlous liquors wo tell Hutchcson that his Is only excused by his He lias wantonly and extravagantly a profession of eminence and distinction ho has put on record facts which ho must know aro utterly untnio and he has dashed oil what ho may call a spirited but one which from henceforth will deny him that very of gentleman which he Is so anxious to secure for the It is the fashion of the day to say that such poor and illiterate stuff us that poured out In columns of the Pauls slandorous tind wicked us it should be treated with the con tempt 11 Newfoundlands and retrievers do the same for puppydogs but when the puppy takes to biting as well as barking measures somewhat stronger are When a gentleman so far for gets himself as to deny virtue to honest and hard working and call an honorable and equally hardworked sot uf men a shadow of justification for either should bo or dered to hold his with nil alternative which possibly might not bo pleasant even to such a manly personage as Walter THE DRAMA IN The Grand Opera will not close this but is to remain open all the year It has been rumored that the baritone Fan re Is about to proceed lo where several brilliant engagements have been offered In spite of the sultry summer the lieatrea ore still presenting fresh although the au dlencce at present are necessarily exceedingly limit Madame Ristori recently gave a concert at the Grand appearing In Purls for the first tiino these ten She was rapturously and gave a selection from tho tragedy of Marie reciting alone tho celebrated scone of tho Interview between Queen Elizabeth and Mario At tho Folios Uramatiques part of tho Palais Royal company is now giving a series of successful ropre the main attraction being the lively Lo Meurtrier dc an adaptation of which was produced at the llayniarkot Theatre by and Charles under tho title of Who Killed Cock Robin The able manager of tho Theatre in a letter to which ban been made puts forth his reiison for not visiting London and plciulB that the difllcuUy of main taining a double company and both in France and in as an insurmountable ob stacle to the he concludes by say ing that he will take measures to carry out the pro ject next Tlie Follcs Borgerc Music Hail has a grand mythological entitled La Bataillon don and success has crowned thu olVorts of the hardworking commonwealth which niunugos thin hitherto unlucky After a sung by two artistes representing Venus and in which they discusB whether love or war works the most good on fifty ladles in elegant costumes go through some cleverlyarranged dunces and mili tary while the lime light IlliimlnnlcH the formerly principal dan fnise at he Porte Saint leads the little army of The great Frederick Is about to undertake a starring tour In the he will appear in ho principal druniaH of his npirtaire Don Cuwir de Trento Ans la Vie dun Lu Dame dc Tills veteran actor IIIIK entered into negotiations with several wellknown authors to publish bin which would evidently be full of interesting anec It appears that these reminiscences of an ivciitfiil career lnhiitd the footlights are eranimod tedious and uninteresting but IIH the will scarcely ullow any changes to bo mude in tin01 iyiiml thoiv is complute diaooord bftwtcu him uiul and he in con Miiuimc inukio but littlj in a light and agreeable rising young tenor of great enacts the role of Kor playing an original part for the first time in and he meets with deserved Theaf terpicce is tho old Bon Soir by Ferdinand and this revival ia a perfectly suc cessful the score having lost none of Its pristine The reigning topic of late in Paris has been the sud den death of de the director of the and the circumstances connected with his demise have been of such a peculiar character as to excite a terri ble amount of painful interest in the Parisian theatri cal On the 11th a banquet was given by Victor at the Restaurant to celebrate the 100th performance of KnyBlas at tho Despite the bad state of bis do Chilly did not refuse tho and it will be seen that this imprudent act was for scarcely had the banquet began when ho dropped from his chair in a tit of apo never after regaining died in tlio early The two friends who assisted him to his residence came back in time for the and tho great when he returned thanks in a labored improvised did not make tho slightest allusion to the disaster which had befallen the valiant who had pro duced his play after it had been forbidden for more than twenty The gayety of the evening was not in the least marred by the on the It seemed to wax faster and more as a cruel joke played upon one of tho lady members of the company tends to Sarah Bernhnrdt is the who is entrusted with the part of tho queen in Ruy and her fel low actors informed in a mysterious that she would find hidden beneath her napkin magnificent piece of presented by the author in recognition of her valuable All the oven ing Bernhardt was in a state of perturbation difficult to and a bitter disappointment awaited her when tho roar of laughter which ran round the festive board proclaimed how egregioiisly sho had been The deceased gentleman was sixtyfour years and had distinguished himself during a long and honorable theatrical career by his prodigious activity and spirit of In 1831 he abandoned a clerkship and turned playing successively at the Odeon and Porto Saint Ho was at one time proprietor of tho Aniblgu and it was owing to his powerful Initiative that this theatre became tho homo of roman tic He created several Important and I mention the following us being most familiar to the English playgoer in Notre Dame do Paris in Lcs Bohemiens do Tho Scamps of in Lea Trois Mousquotarics in La Case de 1Oncle Tom and In Lo Julf His funeral was attended by all the artistic and literary celebrities of tho but the dead man was as tho democratic friends of Victor Hugo had the bad taste to get up a political and to applaud and cheer tho author of the bareheaded In a bowed right and left to the blueblouscd crowd in true regal It Is gen erally believed that the directorship of the OJoon will be entrusted to tho partner of de but there are many aspirants to this Import ant us the profits of tho theatre during tho past season have reached tlio sum of Tlie Opera Olniiue has been giving lately a f oiieacl They buvu hud Lc by i tluauthor of tlie famous MundoHiiuta jniiil worth in New built a j Him by George Bluet and on Thursday bouse that cost What a pittance Cicero cvinlng lust LH PrlnccMwi Jaime The Yellow Irin piid for a country Mcssella paid for ii a philosopher was worth Tibcrlotts left property worth Nowa days every one id astonished if a man gets into bankruptcy with Julius Casar owned before lie hud any Marcus AntuihiH owed on his March and of u young student devoted to paid it off March Not In afterward th und Now if un intertainmciit it makes old peoples hair stand upright What is bis to old liumun times the p paid for a iinglu Caligula paid be KUIIC price for u Thiy drank old wiuus worth ivuitv dollars un iun uiul rousUd plgo over fires niwUof null and Tlie litdfteiids of llcliug libalos WCHof pure tnhtr and tliuu iiiiul dollars VYIIS iKTisMiry to up the dignity ut a Uoiuun Iicero and Ioiniicjiui onctpaid n vim to Nobody was at They Hlpiil and il cost Lncullus Tininpucily of Uumus wus The of had the VHsiuiu teutti bUuulinu bud then bctAetn thiee uiul four miUuiiii of Tlu Miixinuis hud room lor There were that time nine bulutivii public bulbing Jn the liiili eeiitury nltur Hume plundered by the ienuuus uiul Vnn j u reports front KI iroldcu iuuii U7S5 Mutues of uud und Thelaiis hioi iuii for iu ifllie duty ili 01 e year fcix million of bud u Horary of ut u was produced witli tolerable The 11 luetto is from the pen the poet Ljllis Gallct und the inuylc is by Camille de Saint Tho although very is charming in its and to have exactly hit the lasto of the select audience of this The action takes place iu und the audience is introduced tu the library bis ban become tnantored of a Japanese picture rcpreKiiting a beautiful while his cousin Lena Kcretly He fancies that he has dis covered the secret of a beverage puspesbUig the pwcr of triintporting him to the land where bitidol lie iua sudden hallucination believeti liinihelt in Lena appearing ui him In the rich eotUime ot his visionary He declares tho young who joyf ully reoeivotl bis although she cannot understand the sud den ebungt in bib demeanor towards The scene now a gorgeous Japanese Lena being biipputod Ui ignore the change hi her liie spfctutov ulusie being made to tliarv the dolusion of The whole of the stury rctUi this Ktnie cited the dream of an I i loie duel onee more culmliaek to tliv li the image 01 Lena hut boejuie so ideu tilUd with that of I lie piiuceos that the young mint band in The to tile lieu Mhol of of U l itthe the woaM be lull und il CURRENT Awarm The end ot letter Men ot A tight Mahogany wood bus been discovered in the Guinea region of About the commonest social vice and the one which is most is Somebody has been fooling the Overland Monthly with an original article from McCaulayB A Detroit Sundayschool boy got a silver ring and a nice ease of brain fever by memorizing 1400 versos of An Ohio hen hatched out amlxcd brood of and deliberately killed all the black Tills may be and it may An Albany by referring to his record of forty years finds fewest marriages In If the weather does not grow cooler very soon Mr in justice to ids should at once add a second story with a Mansard roof to his ther A Tennessee girl broke an arm on the eve of her wedding butpluckily went through the ceremony with her arm in a at the appointed Tho Now York Herald calls Sing Sing tlio Hudson River Thief Manufactory and Normal College of Con Tho alligator is disappearing from the Florida Bwanips and the negro baby weeps for The busi ness of selling alligator hides 1ms proved so good that the hunters are exterminating the An Irish paper publishes the following A deaf man named Tall was run down and killed by a pas senger train and killed on Wednesday Ho was Injured in a similar way about a year asked the teacher of a Sundayschool who above all others shall you wish llrst to see when you get to boaven With a face brightening up with the little fellow Gerliah Picnics in Pennsylvania wind up with what is called the Dolly Vardcn young ladies standing in row and the young men passing along tho line and kissing each Among our national postolilccs are the following Ti Why Pipe Stony Sal Last Marrow Sorrel Tally Ho and Tired What in children asked a young exhibiting to his Sundayschool a magic lantern pic ture of a poor clinging to the cross towering out of stormy waves in mid Itobinson Cru foc was the instant A cynic suggests that the marrying a deceased wifes sister implies either that tho husband has treated his first wife very kindly or it klud ly the sister wishes to uxperlcncu the sauio treatment If cruelly to avenge Under the head of Trifles by the Chi cago InterOcean yays there were four fatal sun strokes yesterday In These things you call fatal sunslrokcs are tritles but you will find few people who like to be trifled with In that In an advertisement by a railroad company of im daimed a letter dropinxl from the word and bo the advertisement appropriately reads People tu whom thee packages are directed are notified to come forwuid ami pay liie awful chiirgo3 on the Neeley of Sehuylkill a day or two while sweeping the found a box of thinking it threw it inlo the It was blasting it Neeley thinks he will put a French roof on bis new as Neeley i may like it A farmer of the vicinity of Indianapolis a few years ago sold his farm for 1000 anil went West to grow up with Ihe Keeently lie was in that city seeking employment Stilt u while the ground that used to be his farm is now worth nearly u million Nearly 1000 pounds of Ice were thrown into the fountain of the Yolk gold room ou Tuesday Il didnt cool the and the brokers amused themselves by chipping off small chunks of ke and dropping them duwn the backs of others Bibbs was married the other day to a very not to bay with a face UKi a i me remarked to Muffintrton tlmt lilbbs on the lookout for u wife tor borne iilid had now I wooed olid Mulliiigiun a woo leu one tbalb jiibt what bbe Alabama hiicb out its convicts to work on the Kiuh iron pike about eighteen iiuiies long around bin held up by a lo tbe The keeps them fjoui They iripuiul in never making Not Ion ciliee u dyrptptie by an vernieniein into to u New York inilividiuU H dillur for wliieli Mil u lor ilysiHpsiei win He reciivcl a printivi blip lUem weuif islid in tllf J Tao i ii it tluu   

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