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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - July 16, 1872, Boston, Massachusetts                                BOSTON BOOTH Lessee and Manager JULY To close the season and for the BENEFIT OF Many distinguished and favorite artists will HENGLEB j VENTRILOQUIAi Mr HARRY BRYANT aid JENNY Seats ready at the box DoQrs open at at ItJylS V Arthur July evening at and Wednes day and Saturday Matinees at LAST WEEK OF THE FiliST EDITION OF HUMPTY Tlie inuraiiy The Hie the SIXTYFIVE MONDAY July RECONSTRUCTION d first week of the 2d Edition of FOXS HTJMPTY Introducing a CHANGE OF The Coolest Theatre in Steam Fan in NO ADVANCE IN itjylS BELLEVUE 17 Beacon The finest Family Hotel and best location In the Contains all modern Including Passon gor European Excellent accommdtla tions for transient andfl QOLMAN HEIGHTS Hotel Open Juno i amuy norai w H On line of Duxbiury and Cohassot House within fit ty rods South Seituato BTuThlm 0 O OKINGHAM The ONLY HOTEL In the and elegantly unsurpass and tho best point fro isles of and the Beaches of Hump York and Direct railroad communi A Now ssed iu richness ot ap t point from which to visit tiie sles of and the Beaches of Hump York and Direct railroad commu cation with the White Mountains via North jeUtf Sou C N p I The Spiritualists of East Boston and will hold Grand TJiiion Tlc nic at Walden IJnke on ouiy Cars leave FitchburKDepot at and 11 M Tickets for the Excursion no extr charge for Canip Meeting commences Fc Jars see Banner of particui TON ATHENAEUM BEACON The FORTYNINTH EXHIBITION PAINTINGS and UTATUAlllte now In connection with it tho MUSEUM OF FINE AKTS exhibits a collection of Ancient aud Bronze Implements from Italofcrreok Painted Vanes found in the tombs of Etruria aud MaguaUrcu cia Majolica Oriental Carved Furui aud Japanese and Chinese Poree lttSA Admission 25 MThtfjel7 KNOW THYSELF TH SHORE SUMMER GLAD E S iTb This beaull fully located for Transient or Summer is now For Fishing or Boating It has no equal on the whole New England Eight trains dally leave the Old Colony and Newport Railroad for JAMES July A B S II A L L YOHK Marshall The location is exceedingly Fishing and Gunning facilities with the iaraous YORK SAKBS but a short distance from the Coaches will connect with morning trains at Ports returning at Ml or on ar rival of Noon train from Address MARSHALL ME BIG AN Conveniently located for business or Contains apartments with BATHING and WATER CONVEKJKKOES t TSTILL OPEN JUNE THE OCEAN Bye Take Eastern stop at Rye Beach INE POINT HOTEL AND LOV ELLS AT QuiNCY good Din 1lsh or and the most pleasant spot on tho south shore to with your Steamer Massnsoit leaves Lewis Wharf at anl Sundays at Come down and try JULY M ION Great Opens Juno Oak and Pine Gentlemen with their families in search of a healthy place for the Summer on EKABONABLE will do well to secure rooms at Address as jell TjMKSTCLASS PRIVATE BOARD A1 ING Rye Rooms very and thoroughly House Accommodates Address 1m Rye pARKEB On the European SCHOOL HARVEY MILLS u frame In Health and Open trom 9 to 11 Admission 60 11 APPLEDORE ISLES OJT Open June M TVTAHANT AND MAOLIS ill The steamer leaves foot of India for Nahant at and 6 returning at H and 3745 and Fare 30 Children half Excursion tickets to Nahant and including atlmisuton to the Maolis and conveyance to ami from the at Leave Nahaut at 12 and Fare 60 Maolis Gardens ana Special arraugment can be mad by excursion forwhich and other apply to the on or at the jv MAOLIS GARDENS AND steamers and leave India Wharf I aud LamporB simultan six times At A and Saturdays at 5 25 cents round admission to the gardens nnd conveyance to and from the boat at M and one of Doanosunrivalled Fish Boston and touching at Na at and U5 mi rl Hill Guests may take the Express Train from on tho Eastern which connects at Portsmouth with the Steamer Tho boats will make two trips on connecting with the Jel3ThSTult LAIGHTON O N T V E R T MIDDLETOWN Situated among tho beautiful hills and mountains of Opened on tho first of Fltchburg railroad morning train arrives in Rut land In time for thence bystage to Mlddlotown Terms and particulars on jelSTuThlm TJOTEL BANGE 61 65 Cliarlestown Patentee and Manufacturer of Patent Wave Flue Oven with one large or two or more small FIRST of New SECOND Letters from our Own Correspondents in Now Eng land and Cape THIRD Intelligence i Paris out of the Season Goethes Hours at Stranburtc Tho Treaty of Paris Who Pays for it Negotiations by Telegraph Germans and Rome Spanish Poli tics Tho Cholera In in Sum ner and Dixie Cheap Suburban Editorial and the and Intorstlng Description of the Successful Search for FIFTH 01 the Account of the Search for Telegraph News from various parts of the Minor SIXTH England News Latest Events in New Massachu Rhode Island aud Gos The Cocoa Tree Want of Wholesale Price SEVENTH Naval and Marine EIGHTH Department City and Subur ban Boilers dnTr for warmlnc buildings by low pressure steam or hot with all the latest im Greenhouse Hollers and Pipes Dwelling Houses Fittedup with FirstClass Ranges and Water Pipes in Galvanized Iron or Public Houses and Factories fitted with Steam Boil ers und Pipes for New Vprk Ranges at ers und Pines for New rK New York French Ranges on Hand Competent Workmen sent to any part United States or of tho m22tf ngtoavi advantages ot the Maolis combined with the mosF complete and enjoyable excursion in Massa chusetts tor terms and FEARING India jylOtf EXOUBSIONS STEAMEB For Downer Landing and Llteh HelrtK TIME Litchfields 2M Broad at Leaves stopping at and and Single tickets 15 2 for 25 50 for IJtchflelds Grove has been newly fitted up for Picnic and Is to SUNDAY Leave Lltchflelds Wharf for Nantasket Long Beach and Downer at 10 and Leave Nantasket Long stopping at Downer Landing Fare to Nantasket Long Beach and 50 Fare to Downer Landing including admission to Mol villo Garden and M EXCUBSIONS CJTANDISH South The extensive addition to this fine Hotel belngnow it will be ready for company July Mu sic Billiard Bowling Pleasant Fishing and Bathing Terms bedding and furniture entirely Board to per JJ O O D CTO T T This House having recently been put in the best of renair and newly is now open tor PERMA NENT AMTTRANSIENT Parties looking for Board at the Seaside for the will llnd this a quiet and firstclass place of resort in every GOOD STABLE and GOOD BOATS connected with the and competent men iu PRANK jy4tf ATLANTIC Tills popular house will be opened Juno Newly f nrnishect and lighted with gas located close to wa BRADFORD ACADEMY FOR YOUNG Tho ne admis MINERAL LANG MAKUPACTDEEBS OF Soda and Mineral BELFAST GINGER Wholesale and Retail Dealers in PHILADELPHIA ALE AND BURKHAHDTS LAGER AMD STEAMEB FOR HULL AK1 NANTASKET LONd SEA FOAM Leaves Lltchflelds 231 Broad and Leaves Nantasket Long Beach and Sea Foam stopping at I are 15 cents two tickets 25 cents fill tickets There is a Dance Platform at the nttuil up lor Picnic Sea Foum IIouso in open for Weather SUNDAY Leaves Lltchflelds Wharf for Nautaaket Long stopping at at 1IUO aud Leaves Nuutasket Long utopiiiug at at 12 and fill cents for the round uslilni with superior fishing and gunning Facilities best on the const liowl inir Fine QUADKILLB BAND in A 20ton Yacht for Eatons new and fleet leave Wells Depot on arrival of and 3 trains from Extra conveyanee on arrival of all trains from Boston and Also Great Falls Great IN THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE That on the thirteenth day of n Warrant In Bankruptcy was issued against the estate of WIL LIAM TRAVIS of in the Comity of Hut folk and State of who bus boon ua a Bankrupt on his own petition that the pny nPBEMONT HOUSE The proprietors of the Tremont House direct public attention to tho Cafg connected with Entrance on both Tremont and Beacon It is an attractive and favorite resort for Gen tlemen and and Its cuisine is acknowledged to be tho best in the Its patrons are served from an early hour in the morning until CHAPIN rear 16tf b T CLOUD BBOADWAY AND NUrW PUKE APPPLK In Pints or Half SODA IN FOUNTAINS AD Also Agents for PRANK JONES Portsmouth Golden bottled tor family 1OO Worcester Between Tremont street and Columbus Depot at 116 Water orders from and the public generally will be received and promply attended fc TuStfjylS O GENTLEMEN FURNISHING THEIK OWN Wo Cut Trim and at the following prices Pants and to SmiiiB 1C to 18 WOOD 351 Washington next door to Boston Proprietors of Woods System of E WING GO WHERE YOU CAN SEE FIBSXCLASS ALL THE A firstclass throe blocks west of CJINTKAL same conducted on EU ROPEAN aud containing all modern Improve RAND jjt23m as Massen THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE That on the thirteenth day of Warrant in Biiultruptev was issued iwalnet tnj es 11UUHN of West t in County of Norfolk uud SUite of i to prove their and to ono or more AsnfgiieeB of bla belli at a 2EA FOAM NANTASKET LONG Is open for Summer This house lo and contains UIO large and airy and is located on the where it commands the nuest view In Bostwu The steamer Emcllne mokes 8 trips dally between Boston and the See PHIMEAS formerly of S JAMES IIH 3tjy5 OFFICE OF THE QUINCY MINING id City llovonslilro June seuiiauuuul Dividend ot live doliiue prr ami au extia tilvideud of two iiua oiif hull Uolbirs SW Mi per chare bus been payable on the 1st of AuKUtit nuxt to ciockliulduru ol rtcord ill cluso of business July Tliu iKiuktaMill bu ukuiid fron JiilvJuth in Aiujust By HOKATIO JciititiSTuThtsiul BEFOBE oi THE YUAllM This large and elegant establishment Is situated on FKAKKLIN containing every modern domes tic convenience and including the largest aud mofit perfect steam elevator in the Every de partment of the house is in clinrge of experienced per uud whole is under the careful personal supervision of the If our patrons will kindly send us word ot their In tended either by telegram or by we shall be better prepared for their CKOCtvElt IPATSKILL MOUNTAIN Twelve miles from by the best mountain road iu tne uml iu to New York than miy other hotel on the Elevation above tho Hudson River 9CKJU extending over square uiiEiivpiiJSud for beuuty by any in tho Celebrated for its in vigorating at all times to aiilcglces lower tliliu New York Telegraph iu tho Open from June 1 to October Singes and Carriages will bo in iittcudauco upon arrival of the iriilus of tbe Hudson Itiver Railroad and the JloatH from Albany ituti Now JAMES Agent at Catskill for CHAXLES IJKACHS Mountain jeiJlni CHAKLKS L M O U T II H EIGHTS SEWING We Sell Machines for ON OR MAY BE PAID FOR IN WORK DONE The Largest Stock of firstclass Machines in Now England on exbibiliou at 323 Washington CORNER WEST RICE PECK ill ABE BABGAINS Fine Jet IN The choicest assortment we have ever and the best goods ever sold In this or any other city tor tbe ONE LOT CONTAINS SETS OF THE NEWEST Beautifully tho poods ever imd nt price tu uftouiBh all w One Dollar H RICHARDSONS CONCENTRATED Sherry Wine IliTTiiiis iu tiHuiituil uml ia iuuk Medicine ButVrin For ull j from Loss of An tiC the IHUU tiC the ilkocl ihov no us millions ciiu testify who Cur the iixty The Itowttj idlkilisciui Vcmirc 1 jilcuareil luccortun liaralciy H lUitb ou each puc TOWERS h and lalH heauti illi will bu opill for liY tilully tin1 icciiikm K II IUIK u line view of Vilteviuil Oiik lliutTi Marlluis ll iu ibc iiiiiiuiiiiite vicinity uf iiua bus uiiiuiabbcil liieibticb or Boating and Ik iiu hut i walk from tbe Ktcambuat luniliui uml Ac It will be In daily Urn wit b MariimV Vineyard uiul NCMUcdlord l The new 1iteiiBlon of Old Railroad to Ful niuutli tn be ButnjilitMil by tlie leutli of soilside n ho BPU the goodsOnly They cost three tunes thu price to Another lov contains n splendid assortment nf JET UeaxiUfully Cut The only Fashionable Style of ami thcNuat CBt aud inout We have marked Ibis lot ill SI OO We cnnncit buy another lot to sell lit any mich uniit lind Klmllur ciiuniit bo bought lit uuy otoro ill tn city Icr double tho p CO JET BRACELETS of Kvoiy A LAKOE SI 811 OO ier SPIRITUAL in his chamber sittcth And wecpeth hitter tears To whom in doleful colors only Of want and woo the world Who on the pasts dim form As on a his gaze doth Down into which a sweet woe From all sides draws him to its breast Or if as there some fabled Stored up for him all waiting Whose lock ho gropes haste With breathless breast and Ircmbllng Who sees the future Stretched out before horrid lie Who lonely roams the and eager Seeks his old self with restless I clasp him lilto a lover I once as thou did feel tho same But I grow well and all Is Tho perfect rest I know it One Being soothes all hearts that Who irily anil died For those who racked his soul with In thousandfold rejoicing He and fresh every His love and him thon dost behold And in every joy and Him in thy lovedaring From him new life and blood arc driven Through all thy limbs that withering pine And when thy hear to him is Then in his heart for over Thy loss he thy treasure No more thou scekest it in vain And evermore thy heart Infoldeth What once his hand gives Dice a man of few of a singularly youthful ex rcBsionoi countenance and eye and although ono uows that ho is seventy years of and heavy melines mark his it is hard lo shake off the lea that he is a Ho has a light and nearly ransparcnt a clear blue flaxon and no Ho spoalcs good Eng on calling at his I found him very and full of sagacity and accurate n his room were a tow a desk on which was isplayed a map of and not another scrap of nything to bo After an claboralo description of tho noodlegun nd Hie General Hmson comes to tho condit ion that neither of them is comparable to our altered or a halfadozen thcr arms used in our It ho doubtful In tho hands of troops Imper cctly tho noedlcgun or the chastso iot could bo kept in a serviceable General in reference fo tho late improve In fire by winch their rapidity nml accuracy of lire have been greatly gives some instances from his own experience of tie new strength they have added to the do At his depleted nuin cring hut 2200 had to occupy a lluo half mllo This made a single rank the whole with not a man in Loo attacked t with his whole Each of Hazons soldiers iad eight deliberate shots at Iho from the time he appeared within to the time ho retired There is a moral General Hazen to tho capacity of mon to faco This limit may bo increased by but ono in three piit hors du combat Is about tho highest in fair At Shiloh my brigade lost thirtysix per centum but It may bo safely laid that when every third or even fourth man is the body of troops of which they aro components is unlil It Is reorganized and recovers its confidence impaired by the presence of THE NEW HAT AND BONNET IIAIB KANCl ORNAMENTS IXVll A large AEEonmeut and Very Rfl SI OO uml OUR SPECIALTY IS JET GOODS WATERMAN 15 WINTlill Curiier of Music Hull POLLARD IiuitorUrs ami AVhulenalu Doaltrs Iu Wines and Foreign BVB AN1 WHEAT IN IIOKI OB DUTY TOO TSrof Tho Harpers have in one duodeci mo The School the Army in Germany and with a Diary of Siege Lite at Versailles hy Bvt Colo nel Sixth General Hazen is ono of tho meet skilful and intrepid of our army During the recent civil ho commonly contrived to do as much work with a brig ado as many others could do with a His assault on Fort McAllister was a model of energy and achieving an important result without sacrificing a single man His present hook is very valuable and Ho analyzes the French and German system of civil and military education and the organization of their as well as gives interesting details of tho One of the most important portions of the volume is the account General Hazen gives of his interviews with Bism and of tho latters statement of tho immediate causes of the He had gone it seem s to his place In with the belief that he should have an uninterupted without the distraction of official Sonic time in May came cipher despatches that there might he trouble with hut ho continued his runvl labors without giving much heed to As to young Hohenzol lerns pretensions to the crown of King Wil liam was opposed to Ihein on the ground that Gor man princes were unfit to rule Latin When the prince casually mentioned to Bismarck that the Spanish tlirono had been offered to tho latter said that a crown was not offered to a lieutenant of hussars every advised him lo accept and promised to get the Kings The King gave his consent though the thought that It could he distasteful to tho French sovereign never occurred to any member of the Prussian When France required a renunciation of the claims of the young ho seeing that it was likely to make serious trouhlo between the two made a personal renunciation before Ihe matter had been fairly brought to tho notici of the Prussian who hud in the meanwhile come to as ho the matter aud returned to his country King went to his summer resort at Then to the surprise of all the demand of France that the Government should dis claim all future intention of placing a German Prince on Ihe Spanish King disliking wrote a despatch to the emperor virtually making the disclaimer This said was Edit to his for and its tone somewhat altered to better suit tho I now telegraphed again to our minister in Paris to sustain the dignity of Hie king was not offended wilji the conduct of but saw lit to treat him with The ambassador ttl Purls was still unequal to hifi and wroto the king a letter urging the withdrawal of his and full compliance with the wishes of the The to wan inclined lo do hut the t ntimcnt of and the advice of his prevented him upon his refusal to withdraw his set out for where the ministry were summoned to meet By accident we all at the railway station in were by the crown and had bet out for the Assem bly when our attention was attracted by the crying out that war hail been declared by tho We sought the und the believing that war hud been put up his hands to his aud in my old again go to war teure ran down his Upon examining the it was found quite un certain whether war had been declared or There was no actual declaration but a telegram saying that a declaration had been But the time for action had and the crown justbehind whispered hi my Kadical or I then Vaid to the king that there was no Impediment to mobilizing the whole und that no occasion hod ever been so Ho at once replied that he would mobilize the whole Fearing he would 1 cried out in a loud to that forty pur tout could hear The king bus declared he will mobilize Uie whole and the war who wab present I huve heard and will at once give the ncocbsury The work was beyond re und what followed you nil Germany is a jicuccful We have a nearly perfeci military but it is for defense and not f01 and is rendered necessary by our geographical posi Genera Ilazenf description of Muhke will take tonic rciulcrr by At on while going lo I noilcid iieitrinuiti a new uniform of n gtiuTal some one who at iim iiuprestwl nit us tbe mid blciuler fht genera oflieiT 1 ever and 1 triod to divine how promotion could havi BO in au army where cvcrytldim is 1 luokud and tho cliibtic the ulimwi womanly walbt comnittixi strangely vllh bis which 1 uuw to bo that ol full On looking into his face 1 was still mure surprised to recognize The which is still doing a good business with La Bouquotiero des is rehearsing an old or dog entitled Lea Chiens du Wont Saint Tho other while going through one of tho most thrilling acts of tho an accident took place which might have been attended with serious a lltlle fjlrl about live years held In the of an enormous was being carried up one of tho when the fearful of caught tho animal round tho With a growl the dog let go hla and the child fell heavily bo ucatli the escaping luckily with a few It Is now decided to replace tho little girl by a dummy when the piece is A series of translations of French plays of appearing almost as soon as the would be undoubted boon to English Unfortu the success of the llrst experiment of the kind we have tho task of translation Is badly To render Inlo telling and idiomat ic English the wit of writers like Cadol or is a difficult French is the language of and phrases which constitute sparkling repartee in French become commonplace and dull aa soon as they aro rendered Inlo Bichons translations are so full of French idioms thatithoy can scarcely bo called Laissons aux calanterles banalcs lo ragout do la is Let us leave to common galantriea sin the sjiicincn of secrecy and Gcst droloMs with incredible Its A Londonjournal of acute critical power recently gave a cutting notice of the wouldbe critics that abound in that city and Among other strictures on them it says that if they have to de scribe a dramatic they do a bad imita tion of a French whereas tho points which the reader wants to arrive at aro Is tho play good or bad and if not where and why The Dolgor critics are always averse to a plain statement or plain Sometimes they aro too In lieu there fore they employ badinage or circumlocution they seek to veil ignorance with ou the other having nothing to endeavor to say it in as many words as Wo do not know which is the more irritating to road a column of impudent tho heyfellowwellmet and herewe arcagain style of when serious questions aro in or n column of windbag utterances which leave you at the cud where you wore at start The London Era speaks thus cncomlastlcally of a new danseuBO nt tho Alhambra us call particu lar attention to ono of tho greatest attractions of Lo Hoi that is tho dancing of Borta Linda In the third It is only doing justice to this clover young lady to say that no such dancer over appeared at the Alhambra There have been many as many as but none so graceful and Berta Lindas dancing may really bo without as the poetry of mo However rapid her movements may there is not tho slighcst appearance of However daring her they are always regulated by a cer tain which follows the music like its own However brilliant her she never sacrifices grace and elegance of movement to merely physical Berta Linda dances not only with tho foot but with the entire It is the kind of dancing we were accustomed to sec a quarter of a contniy when nobody ever thought of condemning the ballet as but found exquisite cujoyjjient in watching tho most graceful movements of which tho human llgurc Is is owing to the contortions of those who make up for want of liltill by vulgar altitudes that ballet dancing has gone so much out of favor Iu the higher But the diincingo Burta Linda is not of the Cancan It belongs to the legitimate school of bullet and its very novelty makes it This talented young lady is called upon to repeat tho prindual pan even a third and the house rings with cnlhiiKlasUu ap plause dnrlnc the Since the days of Duveniay and we do not remember Berta Lindas Cousin a now piece by Louis one olthe principal contributors lo Lc has been performed in The dialogue is after Ihe ap proved Sardou full of malicious underly ing which runs a strong current of dramatic Coufin Jacques IB an reckless who Is nobodys enemy but his is supposed to have died iu aesutislnatwl by his for he has been elected chief ol1 an Indian The minor of his death for hu returns aiul takes up hifi retidence in the house of his de a rich The workmen hungry and they sur nuind the hoiipe of their sikiiks t tin m in their own unculiivaled and in a which is one of the bist in the calms iingry and nieiiiieing mob of arfisan In recompense for this important service de Yal ileiit makts him his righthand and 1 reason to regret his for evei ihiils that de a gats1 in the IK persecuting de Vul dcut with passionate Alone will his de Chambry bolts the and teem about to surmount tho of wife of hi when Jacques enters tuddciily through th and He Chambry inukcn good his retreat The husband now limling tbe doo bolted and his wife fainting In the arms of believes that he is dishonored by the outcast he has and points u pistol at when the g ioJ heurkd fcarlottly presenting bis breast commands him to de VaKlentt arm droj by his and this powerful titimtii cloKfi the second The donouiment in cusil giiotsed inn disables e Chambry und the whom foulub coqueTy luts been HID caute of 16 freely Bui haM htill further claims to uiilvertal ho unmabU an udvuituivr bat been laying to Hie hand nt hit pretty coutiu proving that the lortutie huntiT is a whom he once rescue 1 from tho baiidb of Judge Lynch to he hinuuU iimnies the ami tellies down at a young poet of great promise has plxKlucod Ihbt dramatic work lit the Theatre beautiful Hildcgardo waiting In her castle for the who has become enamored of her through see Ing her at a although she herself has never set eyes upon her august A handsome soldierly knight arrives in disorderly ami tells her how he has been attacked and robbed when passing through the Ho is made na all take him for tho Costly attire Is and Hildcgardo serves an exquisite supper with her own fair for that is tho name of this begins to get extremely and finishes by falling on his knees before his who not perceiving a certain iron sign of his hurriedly leaves The knight Is and an Insolent taking away tho rich clothing and the bids him Henri la about to quit the hospitable when ho reveals to Hildcgardo his real He la an escaped prisoner of and begs lo be allowed to or he will fall into the hands of the As ho spoalcs In passionate ac ccnls Hlldegardo feels more and more pity for and as pity is akin to she soon lots her secret escape and falls inlo tho arms of tho soldier of for At this moment a nourish of trumpets Is heard This time It Is really tho Ho arrived too late the gates aro closed against and tho adventurer takes hia plaeo In the heart of tho beautiful Another new drnma written by Ilazlo wood has been produced In It Is In three and is called Parted and The story of it is an Interesting ono some of tho incidents in it aro novel and highly and It has been placed on tho stage In a superior The piece depkls the highly fortunes of Harold through the treachery of Roderick political Is banished from his native To the Croat joy of his and that of his tho proscribed man re and Is nearly captured by his old enemy with the aid of his Keale and that of the Katty tho servant of tho OHallo belabors tho soldiers with a redhot poker and causes them to drop their and so tho hunted man and his family In the second act Ihe OHalloran and his family are found In Switzerland by his relentless While tho exile is acting ns guide to Ylvier over tho mountains ho is followed by who has engaged to kill Through having given his warmer cloak and cap to the OHalloran escapes from Yivicris mistaken for him and Is stabbed by the OHalloran supposed to have when a glacier destroyed tho bridge over an Aliiluo on which ho been struggling with the IMio catastrophe wan vividly and cleverly the representation Including the falling of largo masses of rock or snow on to a in which tho faithful Katty had taken The third act reverts to whore wS find that who believed that her husband perished on the has married who has changed his name and professed to be her friend that he might get possession of her Soon first Katty and then who were not killed by Ihe reappear in Guldod by Bob OHalloran arrives at n smugglers cave near where lledmund is about to destroy Katty fetches the son of the murdered Ylvlor and the lover of who kills that hugo obstacle to the happi ness of tho hero and his family being all henceforth goes on The company of LCB Follcs Drnmatlquos do now performing at tho Globe was not quite fortunate in tho choice of seeing that tho opera was already well known in and had been played until the opera bouffo loving public had grown almost tired of A far hotter idea was formed of tho talents of the company from tho performance given on a recent llervon opera bouffo LCEll Creve may ho said to be his chef if such a phrase can bo pardoned as applied to light comic But to give tho composer hia duo there Is really much graceful and lively music in DCEil which is very well adapted to tho pur poses of eomlc and displays the singers to ad That Offenbach is tho founder of this class of opera bouffo is clear for wo llnd several of this class of opera bouffo Is clear for we Und several of tho melodies with a distinct Olfcnbachian an witness the chorus of archers In tho first tho septelt and finale of the and he duct between the lovers In the third to say nothing of the heros song in the which Offenbach and Verdi Tlie best music is decidedly In tho second and In this also tho librettist has been most Tho Btory of L Ell Creve Is extremely simple aud very a peasant is engaged to a member of the ancient order of but not as we know that august body at the Crystal Palace and These aucltnit For esters lake us back to tho days of Robin Hoodand Maid and tho young archer Alexandrivolro in a famous and as there is lo bo a grand archery meeting on the estate of u neighboring Marquis the young lover and his friends go to try their Flour do daughter of tho is on gngcd to a young aud when tho shooting takes place the young carpenter hits tho bulls eyo to the great delight of his but Aloxandrlvolro ionics In the fashion of Edgar In Lucia nf Lammcr and Interrupts tho claiming lo try Is luck against the fortunate lie raws and the Instead of bit ing cither target or bulls lodges in tho yc of the fair Fleur dc Hence Iho title of ho opera may bo translated Tho Bruised fir Wounded There is a great eommo and the ono who is tho entire army if the Is ordered to arrest tho unfortunate ircher and the act closes with a clever scptott and leading to a comic dance of all the characters u Iho most approved opera boufio This scone in the groat hit of and was received with fo much enthusiasm that it was repeated throe times amidst the most vociferous The third act fulls off n little both in and The Doling archer is seen a captive in the after the ushion of 11 and he sings a melody strong ly reminding us of the chela 11 is lady love brings him a basket of mid seems in no way disconcerted in coiiHoquouco of his incarcera In the scone introduces one of the liveliest duets In the But a consultation of doctors is an nounced to decide what is to be done with tho damaged The doctors who come to examine it are no other than the companions of him whoso ill directed arrow was the cause of the Homo absurd questions arc and then divgiiiROd as a female gives her which proves so efficacious that instant recovery takes place the her it sot froc and all cuds with another chorus and comic so lively as that of tbe which appeared to exhaust tiio nuiimil tjiirits of both audience and tlrcut pruite may honcttly bo given to the in this men y nil worked with a dolcr luliuition to make it und the result was an ubfolute To Iuola the chief humus of the weie ami in both Meting and tinging this clever little lady remark able is written rather low for her Miice but the altackcd the deep notes with imniciiso and tang throughout with so much animation and genuine comic tulont that Ihe iiudiuncu en cored nearly everything eho Tho mock heroic duet witli her lover in the lirst act may be cited as an instance of the required to nuiko opera boulTe llhmcho IVAuilgny wiisuioiedt homo In her acting than her Her voice has a veiled quality which It lo be nl though in tinging sutto ran1 it is In her acting nbe was extremely und her love for the young caritcnti r and hu trade cleverly Tbo daughter of a Mar uiteiiiig with i huyc bciuu on her fair md tluii and hummiug a lively tune 11 Ihe kepi tho audience ion tuuitly Lueeab the hero has hardly voice but by yoctd management of tho falsetto and animated he gained the goo opinion ol luo au The of the found u vely clever rcprctontativi1 in Tho bjiccchnuikini mid singing of tho wenall done wonderfully lit solitary pudarmo who in bis tingle Ihe cnliic iiiililiiry force of the gave The engagement Rubinstein to play at a given number of concerts in America is stated to bo for six thousand and all expenses The London Choir refers to magnificent offers made by American managers to Mario Sasse and for a series of Offenbach it is refused an engagement to conduct per formances of his own works for one hundred in the United for which he was to receive upwards of From thin we may infer composing IB a better speculation than for the author of La Grande The critic of the London Dally writing on June says The appearance of Drury Lane Theatre last night was an answer to those who con demn operatic managers for slackness in bringing out novelties of classic From stalls to gallery the house presented a beggarly array of halfempty benches and this was the welcome given by in the height of its musical to a masterpiece of the Deux Jounieea of The London in denouncing the modern school of music of which Eaffi and Brahms are the solar declares that these popular explorers of bogs and bramble have been duly fondled and but that their career in photographing Is very unsatisfac One matches a beautiful flower and instantly crushes It up another goes into raptures over an ordinary weed whilst a third seizes some insignifi cant and disagreeable looking and reckless of the value of dissects it with a microscopical verity almost The massacre the inno the lovely little bits of is intensely the petting and cockering up of all ugly and vain tilings beyond measure One time there la no and the next the most tedi ous and tiring There is no photographing of for nothing baa gone inside the nothing has penetrated into his nothing touched his Julius Engelbert seventeen years of a distinguished gave a matinee muslcalo the late Dusscldorf attended by some two hundred on which occasion he afforded great promise of eventually becoming one of Germanys great sons of Ho has already composed two overtures and a He introduced the folr lowing chamber music Prelude and Fugue C on the theme sonata in B for pianoforte and violoncello sonata in B for pianoforte and The look of heavenborn genius in the bright young and his apparent unconsciousness of the presence of a largo audience of as the young wholly wrapped up in his divine sat at the with the two conductors of the Rubinstein and on either side of could hardly be forgotten by any one amongst tho listeners who bows down before musical talent as ono of the most rare and most mysterious of the good and perfect gifts from Much has Itcon said regarding the relative merits of the French anil English and it Is generally conceded that each possesses merits pecu liar to Many believe the difference in tho quality of tho organizations depends upon their re spective To these tho following tabu lar exhibit will prove interesting I 2 I 0 2 3 3 2 2 Contra 3 4 4 1 1 2 IIuss 1 14 2 2 4 4 2 a 2 4 i 2 1 3 a 2 48 16 4 1 58 und the maiden iftorl was utlcnled with j i nc ot Uie inon comical liurkwiuo portrailtnf u mar Pun du Koi it the title of I tial hero we have ever It was inimitably funny in H is 1 in diets uiul tbe link1 which it iu one act and in H it acted by two Bressaut and end hi capital reception met with it in givat part owing to their clever of the lutrtu en to at many of the lung tirades arc very toil vl 111 g jiruldot iod ulso the liniHir and Vavusseur an Lo Due rn nu hnbucile who always hen ho attempts to iimko a speech UMK mi uncommon iUur uttcr clsiwherr lluin iu uinrii IwulU Us droll us JViwKiiue Ui Murijuiso is olsj ci CUBRENT There is nothing that needs to bo said In an un kindly In Now a recent vote on establishing free schools stood OT for and 507C Ho who receivesn good turn should never forgot it he who does ono should never remember Their way of hurrying up tho actors in theatres is to throw young kittens on tho There are seventeen newspapers in tho youngest ono having beun started in Those who live for something usually find it is something to Professor Agasslz has found a striking resemblance between Patngonian scenery and that of the Kate in her recent letter from Ems to tho Paris says her countrymen and women aro making fools of themselves They lired two shots at wroto an Irish re The first shot killed but tho soooud was not An effort is making to introduce Japanese paper clothing In the One would think they hail tried paper suits enough there in connection A Pope county deputy sheriff returned night lust week with a bullet hole through his h4fc and Ho was under tho impression that was lired on by Tho workings of the new Illinois liquor law will DV watched with a groat deal of The oxporiV incut is unpopular with whatever its pecu liar merits or demerits may a fair trial of tho statute will soonest develop them one way or the One reason why street cleaning in New York has usually been neglected is that when tho dirt is in Iho form of mud people hesitate to take Buy steps in tho anil when its in the condition of dust theyre foiocd to shut their eyes to During tbe 318 years followingthc discovery of His puniola worth of gold was poured into European Thomas writing in the says that equal amount has corno to Europe since There arc now in daily use on the Michigan Cen tral railroad fiftyone ours lilted up expressly for car rying beef und eggs 1com Chicago Boston and An average of four of these loaded ears tturt Eust and are inspected und roiccJ at JictKit before they go Kach con sumes four tons of ice on the An elderly who was being examined as a wlt uets in u law insisted thai her husband had a legal bitUcment in the bccauso Hu was born I und married I and they buried him j uml if that Ipni fettling him there shes anxious to know what The women of take part in tho discussions of the Farmers Club A reecut subjecl ot discussion Should wo dress for com fort or for show It was of course decided to dress for but at the next meeting each appeared in a throedecker hat and a Dolly Vardeii The Protestant Episcopal Church in tho United States has liftythieo binhope 2900 or one bishop for every tittylive Suuduyschoil teAch Sundayschool uid contributes for church purposes Tbo teiivcb Cor Livingstone is gradually de veloping tho 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