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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - July 13, 1872, Boston, Massachusetts L o B E T H E A T R Arthur July evening at and Wednes day and Saturday Matinees at LAST WEEK OF THE FIRST EDITION OF HTJMPTY The IPxinny The the tlie the SIXTYFIVE MONDAY EVEGTTuly RECONSTRUCTION and first week of the 2d Edition of FOXS HUMnPTY Introducing a CHANGE OF The Coolest Theatre in Steam Fan in NO ADVANCE IN B o S T AND THIS at 2 j THIS at LAST APPEARANCE OF SATTJEPAY JCTLY PRICE FOUR AMERICAN Conveniently located for business or Contains apartments with BATHING and WATER mar B ELLEVUE 17 19 Beacon The finest Family Hotel and best location in tho Contains all modern including Passen ger European Excellent accommoda tions for transient fIRSTCLASS PRIVATE BOARD ING Rye Rooms very and thoroughly House Accommodates Address je28lm Rye THE WRONG MAN IN THE RIGHT July 15EXTRA NIGHTBeneflt Announcements Doors open at and Begins at 2 and tf Jy8 O S T O N B DAVIES AND SARGENT THE THREE STAHS Ventrilopan and Matinees each Wednesday and Saturday GIFT CONCERT The OBLY FIKSTCLABS HOTEL In thu Now and elegantly unsurpassed in richness of ap and the best point from which to visit tho Isles of and tho Beaches of Hamp York and Direct railroad commiini QOUTH SHORE SUMMER GLAD ES HO This beautifully located for Transient or Summer is now For Fishing or Boating It has no equal ov ftnlnn rlrtllvlfiflvl SEA FOAM NAWTASKET LONG Is open for Summer This house is and contains 100 large and airy and is located on the where it commanUB the finest view in Boeten The steamer Emeline makes 8 trips dally between Boston and the Seetulv ortisoinent formerly of OPEN JUNE THE OCEAN Bye Take Eastern stop at Rye Beach Late Job TVTAHANT AND MAOLIS L T Tlio steamer leaves foot of India for Nahant at A M and returning at 8 and arid Fare 30 Children half Excursion tickets to Nahant and including admission to the Maolls and conveyance to Aeaeo 5 Leave Nohanl at 12 and Faro 50 Maolis Gardens and Special arrangment can be made by for which and other apply to the on or at the For sng or o the whole New England Bight trains daily leave ewnort K the Old Colony an ImjylO MARSHALL YORK Marshall The location is exceedingly Fishing and Gunning facilities with the famous YOKK SANDS but a short distance from tho Coaches will connect with morning trains at Ports returning at or on ar rival of B A PPLEDORE ISLES OJT Open June Guests may take the Express Train from on the Eastern which connects at Portsmouth with the Steamer Tho boats will make two trips on connecting with the JelSThSTutf LAIQHTON P ARKER One Graml Grand SECOND GEAND GIFT CONCEET IN AID OF THE PUBLIC LIBRARY OF At By authority In the act of the Legislature Incornora tini the IUWLIC LIBRAM the Trusteeu will give their Second Grand Gift Concert In tho Great Hall of tho Public Library in on TICKETS OF ADMISSION Will be issued at 510 each half tickets S5 quarter tickets 11 whole tickets tor 28 for SM5 50 lorSSOO 113 for 81000 i 285 for S2500 575 for No discount on less than 100 worth of tickets at a IN CURRENCY be civen to the holders of tickets by distribution of lot of ONE THOUSAND as follows OF 4 Gifts of Cash 15 ooo Total 1000 all The late Governor of has consented to represent the Trustees In the management of this second Grand Gift and he will personally see that the money from the sale of Tickets is deposited with tho that the drawing is fairly conducted and the gifts justly awarded drawing will take place In in full view of the and under tho immediate supervision and direction of the officers and Trustees of the Public Library of Kentucky and the followingnamed eminent and disinterested who have consented to be piceent and see that all Is fairly done Judge Court late Lebn Hou Judge Ninth Judicial IM President Farmers and JOHN Manager Royal Insurance Atty Ninth Judicial founder Graham JILSON Manager Gait Medical Mayor City HENKY Treasurer Manufacturers 1HILIP ot the Louisville Hotel Bit M National Proprietor Williird Traders VICTOR llrm of Buchanan ft HENRY IiKPrHNj German ANDRUW Tobacco und Cotton NORV1N Short Line Agent Adams Express Agent Public Library of Public Library givliiB full sent oiiuuuli On the European SCHOOL HASVEY MILLS mar PINE POINT HOTEL AND LOV ELYS AT QuiMOY good Din Iish or aud the most pleasant spot on tlio Steamer Massasoit leaves Lewis Wharf at and Sundays at Come down and try TJOLMAN HEIGHTS Family June On line of Duxbury and Cohasset House within fifty rods of South Scltuate A R I O N H O U S Great Opens Juno Oak and Pino Gentlemen with their families in search of a healthy place for tho Summer on REASONABLE will do well to secure rooms at Address as TSLAND LOWELL This delightful watering place is one of the most in teresting summer resorts In 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 the parlors and halls are the sleeping apartments ftie property has recently changed and is opened this season exclusively as a quiet family Tlie prices will bo very moderate in comparison to other seashore resorts that possess anything like equal com forts and The house Is reached in about 10 minutes from Mar by small which connects ton times daily each way with trains to and from Boston also making frequent connections with northern and oast 0rMonUny tickets from Boston 81250 package tickets at the rate of 40 cents Address BUTTON Box niOR MAOLIS GARDENS F AND steamers aud leave India Wharf and Lumpers simultan six times At 2 110 and Saturdays at 0 i5 cents round admission to the gardens and conveyance to anil from tho boat at SI and ono of Doanesunrivalled Fish Boston and touching at Na at 10UO and 60 cents round trip and SI 40 ditto and Din ner Picnic Sundayschools or Asnoct attons desiring to avail themselves of tho unparalleled advantages of the Maolls combined with the most complete and enjoyable excursion in Massa chusetts for terms and FEARING d India jylOtf SATURDAY JULY EXCURSIONS DAILY STEAMER For Downer Landing and Lltch flelds TiMi Lltchtiolds 234 Broad at IU5 and Leaves stopping at aud Single tickets 16 2 for 25 50 for Litchfields Grove has been newly lilted up tor Picnic and Is to SUNDAY Leave Lltchflelds Wharf for Nantaskot Long Beach and Downer at 10 and Nantnsket Long stopping at Downer Landing Fare to Nantasket Long Beach and 50 Fare to Downer Landing Including admission to Mel FIRST of New PublicationsDra SECOND On tho Wing Let ters from our Own Correspondents In Hllnois and THIRD Intelligence Editor and King The Doom of the Jesuits Tho Next Papal Election The AntiCatholic Movement In Germany Mormon Emigrants The New Spanish FOURTH in Groeloy Accepts the Political and the FIFTH Telegraph Latest Despatches from Various Parts of the SIXTH England News Latest Events in New Massachu Rhode neous Curiosities of Memories From Pulpit to SEVENTH Naval and Marine EIGHTH Department Artairs in the City and NEW JJOTEL RANGE TpOUR EXCURSIONS STEAMER FOR HULL AND HAKTASKET LOXG SEA FOAM TIME Leaves Litchflolds 231 Broad and Leaves Nautnskot Long Bench and Soa Foam stopping at 11 I pro ft cents two tickets cents M tickets There is aDanco Platform at lie fitted up for Iicnic Sea Foam House is open tor Weather SUNDAY Leaves Litchfiolds Wharf for Nantaslcot Long stopping at at and Leaves NanlaHket Long stopping at at 12 and 50 cents for the round Jyllf 15 eo Ml 85 35 45 SO GO 4 OOO 1OO 018 9OO 80O 7OO 000 coo 3OO woo 100 IJOOD This House having recently been put in the host of and newlv is now open for PERMA NENT1 AND TRANSIENT Parties looking for Board at the Seaside for the will lind this a quiet and firstclass place of in every GOOD STABLE and GOOD BOATS connected with the and eompetent men iu I1 RANK jy4tf TVfONTVEBT MIDDLETOWN Situated among the beautiful hills and mountains of Opened on the first of Fitcbburg railroad morning train arrivos in Kut land In time for thence by stage to Middletown Terms and particulars on jelSTuThlm fTIREMONT HOUSE The proprietors of the Tremont House direct public attention to the Cafe connected with Entrance jn both Tremont and Beacon It is an attractive aud favorite resort for Gen tlemen and and its cuisine is acknowledged to be the best in the Its patrons are served from an early hour in tho morning until CHAPIN mar tf G T C L O U D BROADWAY AND 48d irsrHrw A firstclass three blocks west of GUAND CEKTHAL same conducted on EU ROPEAN and containing all modern Improve RAND jy23m 61 65 Charlestown Patentee and Manufacturer of Patent Wave Flue Oven with ono largo or two or more small Boilers and for warming buildings by low pressure steam or hot with all the latest Im Greenhouse Boilers and Pipes Dwelling Houses jfitted up with FirstClass Ranges and Water Pipes in Galvanized Iron or Public Houses and Factories fitted with Steam Boil ers and Pipes for Now YorkRanges at New York French Ranges on Hand Competent Workmen sent to any part of the United States or m2Ztf WATSON SUITS SUITS yjORCHESTER MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE Arc now paying Dividends of 40 per on flvcyear Policies ana 25 per on throo 27 STATK i2 THIE NORTH AMERICAN FIRE INSURANCE Having Cash Assets ExcccdiiiR Continue to Insure against HAZARDS BY FI111S on Furniture and othoiproperty also on tor ono or live not exceeding on one Also insures dwellings and nrstclass stores at their 1 Old DlllECTOIlH Silas Jacob John Benjamin Albert Charles John Ezra llonrv Snmuel Sampson Franklin Addlson WS ly mhU SUITS jylJSW MAN KNOW THYSELPI JOUIillAINS GALLEKY Ob SN7 WaelilURton Haywurd 1luee A tlioufimdstiirtliiiLiindtlmlling moiHls of the human in ilualth anil OIUMI from H to 111 11 FFICE OF THE QUINOY MINING tO City Divonshlre 6tmiaumiil Dividend of live clollaiuiHr uud an extra dividend of two uud inihull dolluiB f2 per tlnivc hus been imviililo on the 1st of August nuxt to of iiioiil at close of buRinubs The transfer iKioliSwill bu clOEui from to August IIOUATIO j ti STuThtuul ABE SELLING WALTHAM Kvpiy Watch wiirnmtcd E Ior ticulnrii tet or tend forourAVif Jltiulratnl DtttnpMc prim every Krude and slty of all ipuumaturrd hy tlie Amenrain at ivilli jirlco of encii iu fulil or silver with rules for thciuoiicrciiriMitii Scut Wrlntor il nud mention Dailv Wiitch Kcpilrius u MIO Klllll Treniont K i I N G JAMES rO Tills large and elegant establishment Is situated on FHAKKLIS containing every modern domes tic convenience und including the largest and most perfect steam elevator In the Every de partment of the houne 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 cither by telegram or by wo sliall bo better prepared for their gTANDISH H O U S South The extensive addition to this line Hotol being now it will be ready for company July Mu sic llilllard Howling Pleasant Fishing uud liathlng icrma bedding and furniture entirely Board S12 to S14 per 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 tlie Hudsou River aOOtl extending over square unsurpassed for beauty by any In the Celebrated for Its in vigorating Temperature at all times lii to 20 degrees lower than New York Telegraph In the Open from June 1 to October Stages and Carriages will be in attendance upon the arrival of the trains of the Hudson River Uaiiroad and tlie Boats from Albany and Now JAMES Agent at Clltakill for CHARLES BEACHS Mountain JiliMni CIIAKLES yTcf TcTB i A H o T E L Jtfew TliiB lintel is situated In tho Iiuinudlivto vicinity the Cuhtoni 1iiKt and business portion of iindlBtlrstclaKB in all itH It liahiuieof TuttB latest improved Ktcam blcvatursttlic onlihouse in tlie Dominion having The parlors uud bedrooms are large aud fell veutlla and arranged for private parties und Persons depiiing a pleiiHlint suinmer win find that the Victoria oilers peculiar John IK easily riuclied from iu twenty lioure by ruil or in thirty hours by The climate IB cool uud invigorating the scenery In the nelghburhood is very uud in the imnunlntte vl ciiiity me pleubiiiit good of the Revere House M Watson WILL OPEN ON JULY 1000 The Imlance of a Manufacturers and will oltor them at a GREAT REDUCTION From Former NORWEGIANS WATSON 269 WASHINGTON 7 Winter jyl23t 1 E M O A FURNITURE Great Reduction in Being about to vacate our present wo for a few unusual inducements to DRAPERIES To make their selections from our very large stock of AKU Chamber All of which we shall close out at a Groat O O TNI 503 Washington Bancroft TEN AND TWELVE First In and near also In Minneso Interest coupons payable seinlanmmllyln Title Secuilfy 9 per 5 yrs nor 5 1O per 3 9 iier 3 9 per 3 10 6 jior 3 10 per 0 1O per 4 1O per 5 iier f IZ per 5 la per 5 IS per A No E W I N G 15 Devonshire M A 0 H I N E S GO WHERE YOU CAN 8KB ALL TUB FIBBTCJCASS SEWING We Sell Machines for ON OE MAY BE PAID FOB IN DONK AJ KSf Tho Largest Stock of firstclass Machines in Now England on exhibition at 323 Washington CORNER WEST RICE PAPER A ITLL AND COSllLETE ASSORTMENT OP KAY UK roUNIl AT TKEMONT IXtxt to A T T A N W A It H E I G II T S WVP TOWERS Thic rommoilitiup anrt vfllajuKihiteI bLiiuti tKullv MluuUil f wll be open lur thy itctjittuu if KUcitti JUJA It likfc a ituc view of Vineyard thf ut Marihutt It iu the vicinity uf iiluiiiiitui uuil Hub Boating and IU int u niinitcs walk from the bttiunbaat und tlu IM It wiillK In rtiitly with i Murthah Yiniyavil ttud New Dudiurd by exitusicii u tenfUdtolony Viil u f ty thtiuih uf vill iv CI1O1CE CANE Genta and Misses Cane Cane Office and Rustio Ladies Cane Work and Centre Childrens Cane Cane Reclin ing und tur Sule Wholesale and lle tuil by 3O P E C K B A BU A INS Fine Jet The clioicpKt nsportment wo Imvo ever und tho licipt Kooilg tivtr sold In tills or uuy other city tor the OME LOT CONTAINS SETS OF THE NEWEST lliantifully nruttiost goods over and at u itricf to utitonhih all who HOU tho Only tiiu JJollar ll They cost three tlmua the nrice to Another lot contains a niiluudid iissortmout of JET Cut The only Iushlonuulc Style of and the Neat cut and most We have marked this lot at Si oo We cannot Imy another lot to toll any rach price and similar poods ciinnot be bought at any store m tha city for double tlie JET BRACELETS snB of Kvevy A LAUU15 50 SI SI Stt 00 per HAT ANI BONNKT IIAIK FANCY OKNAMKNTS FOlt A large Aooortiaout null Very Low 26 5O SI OO and ODE SPECIALTY IS JET GOODS WATERMAN 15 WINTER Cpriier of Music Hull J FtaiNisiiiM TIFKIK own We Trim und Make in the ulluwliiu pniis IJnutK iuid ID 18 WOOD A The NewEngland Historical anil GeiinloKical for IB a valuable ns most of its nrtleleH were comriloil from unpublished mate Tlio most elaborate paper IB by Snmuol on the liarly History of and Sir Alexander Cumlngs Embassy to tho It is illustrated by a curious The account of Sir Alexander Cuming IB full oE Ho was i business a cross between the poet and tho linlghtorraut In matters of commerce but that ho hud the splendid audacity which pertains only to tho highest forms of is shown in Draltoa account of his plunging Into tho Cherokee In the year on a mission from tho Ho ar rived at In the present county Ponille and wlmthc did ivfterwards let Unilto tell Hero Sir Alexander learned more particulars re specting tlie hostile disposition of the Chcroltoos es pecially tho Lower Towns that tho Lower Creeks were in the French and were exerting them selves to seduce the Cbcrolices to join them that but a month before those emissaries hail gone to receive presents from tho and upon tlicir return it was expected that the ChcrokcoB would join them against tlio A great number of the Indians were assembled iu their CouncilHouse hero at this Among these Sir Alexander was resolved to inalio a bold So at night ho entered their whoro wore above three hundred Surprised at tho audacity of tho demanded their acknowledgment tho king of Englands authority over them and tholr they nt onco and said they would obey him in everything Sir Alexander called them to make this submission on their protesting that If they violated this promise they would become no people a submission they never made before cither to God or Sir upon this groat ordered expresses to be sent through tho whole Cherokee na directing that throe head men should moot him at Ncquassco on the whoro he proposed to lie on bin return from the mountains That these head men should bring full power from the three settlements that what had been promised should be The Indian traders at Nc quasBCC who wore and Joseph Cooper the having declared that what they hoard lind saw done that was so that they would not have believed it possible had they not seen it themselves that nobody in Carol Ina would bellove tholr report to bo for that he the interpreter declared that if ho had known what Sir Alexander was going to he would not have dared to enter tho council houso that nor would tho traders have ventured to witness tho proceedings believing that none them could have out alive but the Indians being taken by and amazed at the manner of Sir at once submitted to whatever ho demand He steed up in the midst of them and made his speech through tho interpreter and though armed with three cases of a gun and a sword under his groat it IB not reported that ho flourished any of these to awe the By sheer force of what some of us might bo dis posed to call this brilliant adventurer utio ceedcd in inducing six eminent chiefs of tho Chero keos to go with him to King George gave them an Sir Alexander was introduced to his and upon his in presence of tho declared tho full power lie hod received tho Indian chiefs all kneeling at the same time Sir Al exander laying tho crown of tho Cherokee nation at hiB majestys with tho five eagles tailB us an emblem of his majestys and four scalps of Indian enemies all which his majesty was gra ciously pleased to accept This Is a curious example of a savage nation sub dued by a single It appears that though his majesty graciously accepted the Cherokee crown and Sir Alexander derived little honuflt from bis He sceuiB to have been inextricably involved in and was confined at least two years In the all other speculators he was continually asserting that his if properly would bo suilicleiit to pay his honest liabili ties but the audacity that tamed savages into obedi ence seems to have been poworlcim before a council of civilized Shyloclc was iniporvioiiH to arts and boasts which overwhelmed and conquered Ouluih TJlah and Among the other papers in the number we would call the attention ot antiquarians to tho Journal of Daniel a private soldier atthe siege ot in 17fi4 the conclusion of Kdward Oxiuuilu Jour nal the hitherto unpublished lellcru which iiiun trale the fortunes of The Salem Loyalists the Notes on ShipUuildlng In Massachusetts Fowlers Local Law in Historically Considered and the correspondence between Ezra Stiles and Governor The lat ter refers to Hutchinsons History of Massachusetts and Is conducted with a aravityon both sides which IB very Stiles takes up the first volume of the history us though ho was dealing with a new Here is Ills criticism 1 was principally charmed with the three first which indeed comprehend the main of the The three last on and Abo did not ieem to me to equal the rent of the compel To fay nothing of the CTcKSiastlmil as to which T may be prejudiced the judicial divisions and examples In Legislation which you stktted to Illustrate thu spirit of Laws for perhaps are the most happily ure beneath the dignity of Laws and taken collect ively ciiiiiinunlcatc a lower Idea oi the abilities of our Ancestors in than in any other part of their conduct while generally their jurisprudence and political proceedings were founded i and con ducted by an accuracy and justness of sentiment which would have honored them in When I review the Massachusetts Law Hook before I doubt if Lyeurgus could have delivered better licgulations for un Colony it is certain Locke could Ilan both of Polity and Legislation failed for The faithful Hifito rlan IB to narrate and If not all yet so much of the as that thu mind is enabled to u sum mary lind just judgment on complex On the subject of Massachusetts Law which is Unite arc to bo selected In which give the I true genius and spirit of thoLaws txawitlcnd as a The und futile Laws in New i lOnjland are Iu my opinion and not of the Giiiiiis ot our Nor do you say otlicr wiie however I they made too great u figure in the Chapter of Two in Stiles uclinowl ciigvK the iceclpt of the second I lie pleated to accept my most respectful aet fur tho vecond volume of your which yyu did me the honor to me lait 1 liavc read it with great Fidelity in narrating JYicfs is a gicut and principal tiling but then only is this tpeeics of writing wlicu u well dlijcutcil berics of authenticated triui bactionti and the motives arid jfctiini arc fairly laid und arise into with all lluir about when are nuide Iu live uic could only wish you to have been more copious on some matters respecting tho internal Your like those of the great Lord will receive greater justice and applause from poster ity and distant than from tho The subject of your History is interesting and especially in the view of The arrange ment and composition are There is something very to a modern in being assured that Hutehlnsons like those of tho great Lord will be sure of re ceiving the applause of the distant ago In which we happen to Bacon survives but Hntchlnnon more and more decays as the years roll Tho Memoirs of Clerk of tho are un doubtedly considered as satire but they are not received m authorities in tho realm either of history or political The finest piece artistic work in tho field of ro which Franco or Germany can now Is George Eliots published serially in Harpers It Is exquisite in humor and Every word seems to bo weighed and to be worth its weight In Wo cannot refrain from the last the following description of tho web of as it is as delicate In expression as the minute threads It so subtly indicates Young gossamer web Even the points it clings things whence Its subtle Interfacings arc scarcely perceptible mo mentary touches of meetings of rays from blue and dark unfinished lightest changes of cheek and faintest The wob Itself is made of spontaneous beliefs and Indefinable yearnings of one life toward vis Ions of Indefinite And Lyd gate fell to spinning that web from his inward self with wonderful In spite of experi ence supposed to bo finished off with the drama of of medicine and biology for tho inspection of macerated muscle or of eyes present ed In a dish like Santa and other incidents of scientific are observed to be less Incom patible with poetic love than a native dullness or a lively addiction lo the lowest As for Kosa Ehc wna In the waterlilys expanding wonder ment ut its own fuller and she too was spinning Industriously at tho mutual All this went on Iu the corner of the drawingroom where tho piano and subtile as it the light nuule it a sort of rainbow visible to many observers besides Faro The certainty that Miss and Lyilgate were engaged became general in Middle march without the aid formal The Harpers have in ono An thony Trollops novel of Tho Golden Lion of Gran which has been published serially in Harpers Magazine for a number ot Ilcceiveil by Willia us In the Rcviio ties Deux Mondcs for Juno there is a translation of Bret Ilartuo story of prefaced by a warm tribute to tho authors genius and lie has says tho n vein of THE Monday evening it tlio Boston Theatre will bo ilo votcil to the bcnellt of the pop ular and energetic business agent of tho establish A number of favorite artists have among whom may bo named JoHCpli Gcorgo Swaino Dclahanty and anil Harry A capital bill has been consisting of The Young My Young Wlfo and Old Jenny Lind and an To MOlcnenB popularity and conscientious energy much of the success that has attended tho Boston Theatre during tho past canon In and wo trust his many friends will turn out In force to manifest the appreciation in which ho is hold by DRAMATIC Ilerr the great German lo no loss distinguished for his warmhearted benevolence than for his remarkable abilities as an During his recent voyage homo on tho steamer an acci dent happened to ono of Uio who wan knocked overboard and Waclitcl at onco offered his services for tho benefit of the family of tho de ceased and with the assistance of an American young an amateur improvised a con cert on which realized over live hundred dol The tenor also offered to give a public concert on his for tho BIUUO A new play entitled from the pun of Ameileo has been produced at the Paris Llnvalldo forms an amusing lever du aud mot with unqualified notwith standing that the principal idea of tho slight story is far from being very novel or do Sau the captain of a returns from a long expedition in the Olilncse whoro ho has under gone inaliy A black patch covers hln right and the left ami Is ho having felgnod thtBi Infirmities in order to test tho constancy of a charming widow to whom he betrothed before bis She is frightened to receive him when Bhe hears of the shocking change in his but Bhe charges Madame dc one of her Inti nmtc to him In her This lady undertaken tho and the disabled warrior makes such an impression upon her bcart hat tihu fnllH In love with him at Tlio deception he has practised Is BOOH and he marries Madame do the willow in vain trying to regain her former ascendancy over Injol and Madame Fromcntln appear to advantage In thin HUlo which is brilliantly editor of tlio magazine called the has written a new and original drama in four cnlitlcil The To the pietty collage of Joe In thu suburb of the city of an Sir John brings hifi Uuly and hli ostensibly for a little country but really with a view to catch a glimpse of one of the whose fascinations have long lured the sluilcnt to the Joe though nuw rcilucud to tlie humble position of a college was once in affluent and the superiority of his dc muinor to his elation is recognized hy his familiar ap pellation f Gentleman Tlie old college ncr vimt has brought VHP with groat cure and tenderness his Polly ami her grace and beauty have won the heartof the That he shonlil furni nn alliance unsuitable to his rank is tlio chief dread oi his arlitocrat ic und we are very early permitUd to see that Bnch an event is extremely ly one Individual whu speedily appears on tlie siem it cuutiilereil cx trunily This is Humphrey a cavuliy whu has LUitUl tlie army in unit btlll haniini uu tlio i tlilrtsuf gooil Ic a Utperate who j subsists elikIly by There beoni to be an oM grilfgc he owes the Diiveiiant jind to wound tlie present representatives in most vulnerable place he takes ailviinUigo of the chuneo fcitnne thrown in his Sir John Davenant thai night gives a wine party at his rooms to ieletinilu tho passing of nn examination by one of his culkgo Marner having enrlehed hia purse hy gaining access to the llinlv the suspu ion j he lias bud of the extent of Sir Johns tlirtatum cun tirniedbytho discovery of Pollys nilnhituro being contained in a locict hung round hie On hie revelation the actdrop and when it again risen we find the Oxford gayety transferred to the banks of the where proineiiailcru arc viewing the college Professing to act as u Maruer reminds Sir John Daveimnt of thcriuVaof the college if tlie love itifuir should become wliilrh the ItiKliluoUB adviser had taken due care it should You will be expelled the and the will tic An i elopement and Marihr f iiMiiiheti a horse and gig for the the libiiiu i tion nf Polly taking w bile she has in the in ins of lnr Then follows tiltutruiig I of the sihwi have reoulls hi1 j tion of ibe kingK by tho lii that his nUce lias bunie off by the un lel olil Joe Uondluliv divulges llu mystery has boeii iieiKiisly known to exist with to jlrlB Revealing his rull nume ID the uncle Murner Unit he in hurrying to ii llfu ot infamy own i loi Polly was tli otttpring of that sUlir whom I tlucaptuin had in tarly lite and Ibe in hud jiut Ivt U Km selected after a continental and where he has vainly endeavored to erase from Pollys mind tho memories of her happy home at Old Joe to retain the name tinder which tlie undo has long has discovered the place of their re and secretly conveys a note making an ap pointment for Sir John to meet Marner on some im portant business at the hitters chambers In the Sir John departs at and the loot act gives the result of the In the belief that Davenant had deserted has resolved to shoot the seducer if he refuses to sign a promise of Davonant objects to yield on and runs tho risk of but as the pistol is fortunately missing Polly rusheo In attended by Lady Davenant and the rest of the and wo find that a secret marriage has long since taken and that the only source of sorrow to tho girl was the for prudential of keeping tho alliance unknown for a certain Tho halfreformed Marner protests that he will givo no cause In the future for the wife of Sir John Davenant to blush for her and a general recon ciliation takes which is accompanied by a second marriage being resolved upon between thu younger Charles and the pert and pretty The London Echo 1ms tho following I never retiiBCd said TagllonI they were never offered mo by private but I have received costly presents from royal And well did tills unconscious culogium become the exqueen of tho incomparable artist who earned a worldwide reputation for flexibility and By this lastami best ornament of womanhood she succeeded iu elevating the dance to a position among tho arts It had never pre viously and to the laying aside of the Tnglionl stylo must he attributed the decline of tho modern in the people ad mire the and soon discover that true beau ty cannot exist without refinement and It I too much to hope that tho return of Taglloni to so far us the stage is her dancing days are will promote a return to a Btylo of dancing which pleases without and brings a smile Instead of a blush to tho face of In the five and twenty years which liavo passed since her stago danc ing has fallen The competition is now ono of Indelicate display rather than of artistic It is a reproach to our time to turn back the pages of and to refer to the years when that genial muster ot tho ceremonies wrote of Taglionis then active and glorious career upon the Btagejaud no ICSB is tho decorous costume in which Punch represents a reproof to tho of who seem not more inferior to her in powers of peform ancc than they arc in personal Yours muBt be a curious I said you have known BO many remarkable So Count dOniay used to she replied he said he would give francs to be allowed to publish my papers but I never desired that kind of I loved dancing for its own and began to learn at nine years my an Italian being iny 1 practised six hours a till I was when I made my d6but in Vienna in a piece entitled La Reception dune Nymphc au Temple de At first 1 was rapturously and at my third performance I was called times before the becoming I was carried oil tlie I was extremely active awl slender in those and people used to say I lived In the and never touched the I did touch mats she I scarcely thought of the 1 knew my father was watching I both loved und feared and danced for him He was a evcro but when my success was as lie Hud I told you at IlrBt you had your progress would have been Selfconceit would have prevented effort therefore 1 blamed rather than This strict but judicious master died last year at tho advanced ago of His daughter has always enjoyed excellent as she says I would novor know I was not young If I had not so much to She Insisted that study is always no matter how well wo know any wo never know it well Though I was considered tlio best dancer in tho I continued to learn and practice two hours a day while I re mained on the and I always performed iu Uio morning the dunces intended for the I con stantly invented new steps and and seemed to learn something every day but when I left Uio I felt 1 had still much to Like all thoso who have attained excellence in any sho seems to believe ICBS in genius than in diligent and unremitting and her conversation is characterized by n singular modesty when we re meiner in her she was feted and She alluded but not to her loss of fortune during the Into but is hopeful for tlie future utter her long she is able to teach dancing as well as in her though her flying days are But us she is only wanted for the I no longer teach for the but only for tho Tuglloni is the widow of a French the Comtc Gilbert lie she is best known by her maiden name of Marie She ia very bright and charming in IB extremely und Bpeuks several In she shows how attractive a iudy of midille age can bo when Clio unites tlie CUBC and dignity of yeara with habitual grace and Tuglbnl is now established in and occupies herself in to young ladies ICSSOIIB in dancing and CURRENT Ohio opens her Agricultural College next Watch cases arc now madeof India Massachusetts runUs fourth in the manufacture of fermented Ihonogruphy iB to be bought at the Cooper Insti The passion for uniforms has broken out in the New York Hoard of A colony of Irish farmers is the latest reinforce ment at In an evening under the hoa1 road that a crazy smallpox patient has escaped from The Mayor of finds it necessary to thank the boys for the exemplary conduct tho Of the great auction of Wauilmvlls Menag it hiiB been facetiously written Tlio lion of tlie If tlio bidl may bo was the And alter many tlio New York Standard ban ceased to In iu Jay it has done good iinil it died i it had Kcntucky nv Iiini nitroglyceritio to catch tisli A poun1 of it explode i Mow water eleviiting Ml of tintinny tribe tlvui u half to thirteen at have to their senantor ill or This will t in jro ful in helving ut is ulivc to the suppression of und They indulge i in u a heiuy nuissnieiitiiii on 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