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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - July 17, 1872, Boston, Massachusetts                                I WEDNESDAY JULY PJRIOE FOUR CENTS GLOBE Arthur Cheney Floyd July Every evening at and Wednes day and Saturday Matinees at WEEK OF THE FIBST EDITION OF HUMPTY THe ITuxmy The the the the SIXTYFIVE MONDAY July RECONSTRUCTION iind first of the 2d Edttton of FOXS HUMPTY Introducing a CHANGE OF The Coolest Theatre in Steam JPim in NO ADVANCE IN 6tJyl3 s JAMES VON GRAND SUCCESS I IMMENSE H1TII CROWDED HOUSES I The Great Emotional A LEAP IN THE DAKK Yet No EVERT NIGHT AND SATURDAY Prices OONOEBT BY GILMORES FULL MILITARY The first of a series of Concerts by this Splendid for the BENEFIT OF Will he given at the UOSTOJST On Thursday July The as well as the many friends of the benefi will have the double pleasure of to the finest music which the country can and of assist ing one of our esteemed whose infirmities prevent him from engaging in ordinary business avo and Balcony One To all other parts of the house Fifty Doors open at 2 Concert to commence at THE at foot of West Canton OPENED 3yl7Admission 35 MAN KNOW THYSEJLF JOCRDAINS GALLERY OF 897 Washington opposite Hayward A thousand startling and thrilling models of the human in Health and Open from U to 10 Admission 60 11 TVTAHANT AND MAOLIS The steamer leaves foot of India for Nahant at at 8 and and Faro 30 Children half Excursion tickets to Nalmnt and including admission to the Maolis and conveyance to and from the at Boston at 5 Leave Nahant at 12 and Fare 50 Maolis Gardens and Special arraugment can be made by excursion for which and other apply to the on or at the jyii TfOR MAOLIS GARDENS f AND steamers and leave India 25 cents round admission to the gardens mid conveyance to and from the boat at and one of Doanos unrivalled Fish Boston and touching at Na at ttnd 80 eente j round trip and SI 40 ditto and Din Picnic Sundayschools or Associ ations desiring to avail themselves of the unparalleled advantages or the Maolis combined with the most complete and enjoyable excursion in Massa chusetts for terms ami FEARING India jylOtf rouR EXCURSIONS STEAMER JTor Downer Lamliiis and Lltcli ileldS TIME Litchileld s 234 Broad at and Leaves stopping at and Single tlcketsas 2 for 25 50 for Lltcliflelds Grove has been newly fitted up for Picnic and is to SUNDAY Leave Lltchflelds Wharf for Nantasket Long Boacli und Downer Landing at 10 and Leave Nantasket Long stopping at Downer Lauding 12 and Fare to Nantasket Long Beach ftnd 50 Fare to lowner Landing including Mel ville Garden and si EXCURSIONS STEAMER FOR HULL AND NAKTASKET LONQ SEA FOAM TIME Leaves Litchflelds Wharf 234 Broad and Leaves Nantasket Long Beach and Soa Foam stopping at 11 Fare J5 cents two tickets 25 cents tickets There is a Dance Platform at tlie tltted up for Picnic Sea Foam House is ojicn for Weather SUNDAY Leaves Lltchfleldo Wharf for Niintasket Long stopping at at and Leaves NuutaeUet Long stopping ttt at 12 and 60 cents lor the round tf pRESTON MISS WILSONS FAMILY FOB YOUNG The Autumn Term begins For circu address Miss JULIA as FAMILY SCHOOL FOR TH3B SPECIAL ADVANTAGES Its healthy and beautiful The most nnd Convenient School Building in New Teachers of Superior Tiie equal atten tion which tbe least advanced pupil receives with tho The opportunity afforded to tbose de tiring It for a complete education iu all branches of The BEST of facilities In Music uiul Pupils received at any Atldrt1 BB the MISS E ft HANGINGS PAPER FOREIGN and COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF C3OODS OP CUE OWN IMPORTATION AND FROM AMERICAN Gregory 225 Washington OPEN JUKE THE OCEAN Bye Take Eastern 8 ton at Rye Beach JOB Lato Job mirtl AMEBICAN H O U S3 E Conveniently located for business or Contains apartments with BATHING and WATEH OONVKNIBNCUBB ELKVA LETtflS RICE naar B ELLEVTJE 17 19 Beacon The finest Family Hotel and best location In tho Contains all modern including Passen ger European Excellent accommoda tions for transient COUTH SHORE SUMMER AD E S ifb This beautifully located for Transient or Summer is now For Flsulngjar BoatlnK It has no ociual on tho whole New England Eight trains dally leave the Old Colony ana Newport Railroad for JAMES July MARSHALL H O U S YORK Marshall The location is exceedingly Fishing and Gunning facilities with the fatuous YORK SARDS but a short distance from the Coaclies will connect with morning trains at Ports returning at or on ar rival of Noon train from Address MARSHALL The ONLY FIKSTCLASS HOTEL in the New and elegantly unsurpassed in richness of ap and the best point from which to Visit tlie Isles of and the Beaches of Hamp YoXuid Direct railroad coinmunl cation via North jel3tf JJOOD This House having recently been put in the best of and newly is now open for PERMA NENT AND TRANSIENT Parties looking for Board at the Seaside for the will tlndtms a quiet mid firstclass place of resort in every GOOD STABLE and GOOD BOATS conuected with the and competent men in FRANK P A R K E R H O U S E On the European SCHOOL HAHtEY MILLS ALPINE STREET Gor limitetl number ot summer board ers can be accommodated at the above House during the coming Pleasantly and iu the im mediate vicinity of the clllforent points of interest among tho The subscriber will spare no pains to make it a quiet and pleasant HOMK for ail who may favor him with their Good Teams constantly on For particulars as to please address JACKSON Gorham jelFMWtf ATLANTIC WELLS This popular house will be opened June Newly f urnishecl and lighted with gas located close to waters with superior fishing and gunniuK facilities best on the coast bowl Fine QUADKILLB BAUD in A new and fleet 20ton Yacht for Eatons coaches leave Wells Depot on arrival of and 3 trains from Extra conveyance on arrival of all trains from Boston Also Great Falls Great T BEMONT HOUSE The proprietors of the Tromont House direct public attention to the Oafs connected with Entrance on both Tremont and Ileacon It Is an attractive and favorite resort for Gen tlemen and and its cuisine is acknowledged to be tho best iu the fie patrons are served from an early hour in the morning until CHAPIN mar T C L O U D BKOADWAT ANJ NEW A firstclass three blocks west of same is conducted on EU HOPEAN and containing ail modern improve BAND jy23m CEA FOAM NANTASKET LONG Is open for Summer This house is and contains Kill large and atry and is located ou tlie where it commiiuus tho finest view in Bustuu II arbor Tbe steamer Emeline makes 8 trips dally between Boston mid the See COU PIIINEAS formerly of ttJyl3 JAMES Tills largo ami elegant establishment is situated on FitANKLIN containing every modern domes tic convenience and including the largest ami moat perfect steam elevator in the Kvory de partment of the house is in charge of experienced per and the whole is under tho careful personal supervision of tho If our patrons will kindly send us word of their in tended either ly telegram or by we ahall be better prepared for their mar4tf CKOCKER MOUNTAIN Twelve miles from Accessible by the beet mountain road in tne and in to New York than any other hotel ou the Elevation above the Hudson Itiver IfOUO extending over square unsurpassed for beauty by any in the Celebrated for its in vigorating Temperature at all times 15 to 20 degrees lower than New York Telegraph in the Open from June 1 to October Stages and Carriages will be Jn attendance xipon tho arrival of the trains of tho Hudson River Railroad and tbe Boats from Albany and New JAMES Agent at Cntsklll for CHARLES BJJACHS Mountain je22Irn CHAKLKS y ICTOBIA TblB Hotel is situated hi the Immediate vicinity of tbe Custom and IniBlneBS portion of tlie uud is firstcUiss iu all It has one of Tufts latest improved Stoitm Elevators tlio only house Iu tlie Dominion The imU bedrooms are large ami well ventila and arranged for private parties and f 1evHOiiB desiring n pleasant Bummer will llnd that tile Victoria otters peculiar is easily reached from Iu twenty bouva by rail or in thirty hours by The climate is cool and Invigorating tbe scenery in tbt neighborhood IB very and Iu tliu Immediate vl ciiiity are pleasaut good Late of the Revere House IALMOUTH HEIGHT SI TOWERS TLle commodious und ivellnpnointocl beautl ttfully aituiited ou FalaiouLh will be fur tlie reception of guests J ULY It IIUB u fine view df Vineyard Oulc the lit Murthaa It IB in the immediate vicinity of imdhas unburjiaesetl faciHtios fur Boating and IleiiiK but a inlnutee walk from etoambwt landing und tbe It will be in dally catmntuitcatluu with Marthas Vineyard and New Bedford by The now extensionot Old Colony Kallroad to muuili to ba completed by the tunth of will rouble eucstK to this delightful noaeide ro 3ort without thg geg KlekuuSb lucldefet to a trip by OKOHOE Owner anil jeSw PINE POINT HOTEL AND LOV ELLS AT QuiNOY Rood Din Kieli or and tho most pleasant spot on the couth shore to spend a day or week with your HOWA11D Steamer Maetmsoit leaves Lewis Wharf at and Sundays at Come down and try MARION Great Opens June Oak and Fine Gentlemen with their families In Bcarch ot a healthy place for the Summer on REASONABLE will do well to secure rooms at Address as FIBSTOLASS PBIVATE BOABD ING Bye Rooms very and thoroughly House Accommodates Address Rye FA B B A G U T AHD HOUSE ATLANTIC BYE Will open June Eastern Railroad to North Hampton Rye Beach where Coaches will bo in Telegraph Oflico in PHILBEICK JelTuF18t JJOTEL RANGE 61 65 Charlestown Patentee and Manufacturer of Patent Wave Flue Oven with one 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 Fitted up with FirstClass Rauges and Water Pipes in Galvanized Iron or Public Houses and Factories fitted with Steam Boil ers and Pipes for New York Ranges at New York French Ranges on Hand Competent Workmen sent to any part of tho United States or C GOOD CIOAIiS AlfD LOW Call at tho Cigar Boom Wasliiiieton opposite MWSiwje3 EWING AtL KINDS OF FIKSTCLASS SEWING For Sale on Ensy at 11 TEMPLE MACHINES AND TO MACHINES SOLD AND PAY TAKEN IN WORK White my31 11 TEMPLE FMWDm A TRIMMINGS AND THREAD STORE Store to bo occupied August 1st by Norwell 20 Winter S T E A M THE AMERICAN STEAM SAFE COMPANY after cousbint so per fected the celebrated Steam Safe tlut they are in position to PUBLICLY CLAIM And prove at any by actual that THE PATENT STEAM SAFE CHAMPION OF THE WORLD CUTOFF SAFE WARRANTED MORE FIREPROOF THAN ANY EXCEPTING THE STEAM The Above Safes are Furnished with Patent Inside Bolt 51 53 Sudbury WEDNESDAY JULY FIRST of New Fine SECOND Letters from our Own Correspondonts in Ba varia and THIRD A Belgravlan Mothers Difficulties Tillers a Guarantee for for Peace The Short Hour Movement in Eng land s The First International Court of Arbitra tion i The Money for the German FOURTH in Grceley asaPrefiident The Coalition The Stokes Notes on Current and the FIFTH Telegraph Latest News by Special Despatches from various parte of the SIXTH England News Latest Events in New Massachu Rhode Island and Gos Origin of Cadet Grey On tho SEVENTH Naval and Marino EIGHTH DepartmeHt Record of the Days Doings in Boston and its NEW The for will bo published on Hawthornes Septliuius comes to an end as grim as its The Elixir of Life is concocted all its ingredients are harmonized into something potent and substan tial SeptiinhiB revels in tho thought of what lie will century after century of his Immortal existence on earth among other lie proposes to devote a triflingnumber of say a to being thoroughly and thus to gain all tho experience which crime can teach but it turns out that the elixir is a deadly which Sybil and Doctor Portfoaken have supplied tho Sybil wishes to revengeher lovers death 5 at the culmimtting moment she discovers that she loves Septimius more than she loved Cyril drinks the poison and as Septimius eagerly holds out his hand to receive tho she deliber ately lets it fall upon the whore it shivered into and tho cold water of immor tality was shedding its strange fragrance The second and concluding part of John BoHes answer to the question Why Scmmes of tho Alnbnma was not Tried is even 111010 interesting than the and is a renil addition to the history of our great civil Thcno is ono curious illustration in tho article of the conflict of common in courts of between honest eyewitnesses of tho samp fact or The question came up whether Semmos perfidiously obtained and abused a cessation of the engagement between tho Kentsurge and tho There was no competent evidence that he had so Holies that to settle this The Secretary of the Navy summoned to Wash ington seven of the officers of the Captain and his clerk Ex ecutiveOfllcor Thornton ActingMasters Stoddard and Wheeler Boatswain and SignalQuar tCTMaster They camo in obedience to this and I interrogated them all separately and with great recording their after reading aloud to thorn what I had writ and asking them to Biiguost corrections or altera to innlte their narrative That examination was very surprising in its pro gress and in its The seven statements were not only irreconcilably at Variance with each other on many leading poiiltHv but wore severally so confused and contradictory as to show in tho and excitement of tho perceptions of these men and their recollections were obscured and They did not furnish safe material to be used hi any prosecution as against the but left upon my mind two distinct that no perfidious atUmpt of tho Alabama to procure a cessation of hostilities on tho part of the Kearsargo was provable by these witnesses that no such attempt was in fact Honest and truthful as these men doubtless Utelr testimony could not be relied upon to support any charge or specification against Some of them saw the Alabamas flog ccnie down three some and some only before the firing ceased on both Some saw two white and sonic saw but Some said that one of the Alabamas guns was fired after the Kcarsarge ceased her some said and some said none at In the hour of the light was one of those occasions when no tnan is so cool as to observe attentively and remember clearly and in regard to which countless differences of detail will bo found in the narratives of several each and all of whom are honest and truthful and all of whom had equal opportunities of Who can after this that persons who arc required to investigate facts have a hard tank to perform Among tho plcosantcst papers In the number is that of entitled A Quaker H shows an interior knowledge of and is as full of sagacity The way this sect has solved tho problem of as fur as regards by applying to it tho principles of the Christian is well illustrated in the fol lowing paragraph No one ever saw a Quaker and no one had ever opportunity to relieve a Quaker from pecuniary The inquisitorial Income tax is anticipated by the freemasonry of tho and domiciliary visits are frequent among Each member is heavily or us bis circumstances for the general 1imd and from this in the most delicate the wants of the needy in tho society arc All is done so that few except the dispensers and the recipients of the char ity know anything about The apostolic injunc tion to bear OTIC anothers burdens is faithfully and ungrudgingly cartied out some of the shining lights of the society have been in their thread bare circumstances thus generously cloaked by this proud cxprit Hallowcll thinks that the traditions and disci pline of the genial is they are for womanly growth and arc not so favorable for the devel opcnient of a mans Tho Pagan shut out trom the ordinary pastimes and ex citcnieiits of such au and the is all exiieiideci in making Tho young Friend of the masculine is upt to Uisu tho librc of lie triule but lie cannot Hu has nut tlic firaiul of ipanly He is dwarfed on one sitk jf liis wbkh impels to and is stliu ulattd nn that other which impels to gain but is as little Christian us In our giecu we huurd a sermon by on rtliglais in which lie opposed tlie founding of sects on particular texts of One after a lapse ot forty still sticks in our Those excellent persons he who emphasize so strongly the Injunction totuin Hie other check to the rulliau who has ulroudy smitten lire not famous for obeying that other which tilla us to take no heed of the Hallow ell practically admits that tile Quaker men ure inferior to the Quaker We quote her exquisite ditcription of tho Quaker aibtcr of Quakerism seems to blossom and attain its bright contumuiatc flower in the mature Her large liberty of thought and the protection of her distinctive gatbwbicb enables her to peMetrute by night or day dens and hovels where another woman would meet only danger and baye broadened her walk in liio uiut given full her fcvinpaihies and tvury impulse of A Quaker Uiiitiei is imlwxl an nigis under which the most AVonumt Kights have walked de unsuspected iu nil thise yenra and its tr itnt unco tlie exponent auI the foifruimer of UK Hitecmb Her debar rod uf drutb uml tlunciiig ecuka naturally u mid with husband uml sous she of the inteiestH and nuurts of her Tlie Womans College tuUfs refuge undar tlte broad brims of junker nui every is u preacher by natural right anointed from on iu his terius of admirable on t lit character and influence of pic tures him in thla number iw Uuvuniur of J be nLbtiiix of UudamaUoii to Utatiug which are tho thomes of American spec lal characteristic of Partons mind and tho source of his evident on every page of this well considered When the articles are pub lished in a we shall have the best and truest of allliiographics of Tlie hard com mon senso of the writer will dispel all the Illusions respecting and exhibit him as ho was in his daily in his principles and We shall have a man in tho place of a Jefferson is cvtm now quoted as a kind of political Buddha or whoso word is law Parton reduces him to tho stature of an ordinary groat man Jefferson wo gain by a process which rec onciles him to the intelligence of Us most bigoted op Among the stories of this number of the Atlantic wo would particularly call attention to Aldrichs delicious Rivermouth It is decidedly low in subject but it humorously illustrates tho superiority of Irish women to Irish Tho heroine is an Irish aged She marries a flnei goodfornothing Irish aged who watitcs in drunkenness and debauchery all her hard won and then leaves her to gain her subsistence by the kitchen to which she has been accustomed from her but from which slio had a right to sup pose her husband would relievo The story would furnish man v texts for essays and which wo lack space to Tho Poet at the Breakfast Table as usual very audacious and As to tho which are generally wo may say a word for Trowbrldges Authors It is a pathetic and humorous representation of stage and it is done in a motro which Becms to scorn all but still obeys laws of its Here is a specimen The orchestra loader takes his place Hern and serpent and oboo Violin and and A turning of musicloaves With a thrumming and screwing of violins Then the leader waves his Kettledrum rattles and cymbals And brass and strings and keen triangle And highkeyed piercing anili Their manycolored chords Weaving the proud A new Mary contributes to tho number the following suggestive I was tho village weavers Ho only the hireling of a churl But Into our lives there dropped a He the kino by meadow and And searched tho hollows iu every For a flower of to lull tho A springtime waxen Lay on my breast when foil tho And tlie stars shono down with a tender He to tho and I to tho Tilling and lovo may And fill our hearts with its sweet Heart of I have waited long Life and lovo are a poets song Life Is but love is Twos lonely but God knew best Lay mo now by my lovo to A springtime daisy upon my THE who gratified himself mid delighted thousands at the Howard Athcnanim during tho past season by swallowing shells and and poking a sword down his throat without the slightest four of or a due regard for the fitness of hue been astonishing tbo New Yorkers with his rare BBOphngal Tho Tribune is over whelmed by tho magnitude of tbe gifts possessed by this Teutonic and in lost iu admiration upon the voracious fondness for hardware manifested by tins It says This gentlemans pleasure Is to come into a public place and stick n sword down his Tbe spectacle that ho time presents is very horrid but whether ho actually swallows the sword or only appears to swallow in an open nnd manifestly It is one too moment ous to be lightly If Ling Look really does absorb tbe steel Into bis he ought to bo thank ful for very tough and very ductile aud we should think that dining on the American plan would be to him a property of easiness and an un alloyed It must take than even the manners and custom of a Western hotel to appall a man capable of swallowing a yard of If he docs not really absorb the why then ho ought to be equally thankful that ho succeeds so well In keep in up He gorged his last with tnicli an appetite as might have smitten tho African ostrich witli and with such ensuing satisfaction as quite shook our faith Iu tho scriptural announcement that whoso taketh the sword shall perish by the How much fiwonl ho took wo lire not prepared to but he did not Every night and every Wednesday and Saturday on the he purposes to gulp more for the ciimfort of his own maw and the edification of whatever sightscorn may feel an inter est in this form of human A new piece called the lied by Charles has been played at the Gaiety with great In the first act wo arc Introduced to Hie forgo if Tubal a black having a selfdenying as he hiimclf informs in able to live comfortably upon the tcanty earning of a village His life and labors tire cheered by the smiling faces and loving hearts of bin wife Peggy and his sister Thin ly her pretty faeu and whining man has the attention ami has gained the love of a handsome young farmer of the neighbor by name Milltin Hut Martha lias mode a solemn promise to her mother tin her dying bed never to marry without Tabals ami this consent Martin obtains when tlie blacksmith bus discovered that biH heart is in the right place aud tlmt Marthas happiness will be safe in But when all looks ami everybody in we leiirn that a new agent to tho estate hiis been ap and Tubals rent being in there if a likelihood of his being thrtiKt out of house und Martin comes to lie but falls into with ruin sf tiring him in tlie he determines to seek in lami the happiness denied him in after Tubal has administered a found drubbing to the village school there comes upou the eeene a ptim old wlki brings lie welcome intelligence that Tubal is tlie heir to Tlie as lie hears tins is at work upon a IK He stops let listen with gaping mouth am eugiT to the good news then he hatu then lie Peggy then Mirtha tltetl Martin then bis liule and up in j the jistonishut with tile joyous blacksmith aikmatily and i shouting sixty thousand tile I In the act liml that wealth proved a curse to He has a fine tine and plenty of But lie become tlie victim of witli the rascally schoolmaster for a he spends most of the time in the ale For Martin he bus acquired a great for is be who tells him the unpalatable truth that he is a drunkard and a Tubal has withdrawn his content Ui Marthas aud seems intent i on making binibelf ami everybcwly else supremely After witnessing his itisutlerabie hoggish nets at we see him in his cups and tit tile inn near tlie old mill stream we have a realize j titii of the scene utu ofuu to be found in our the v lie beseeching the dnmlieil husband to aceom j any her But Tubal has his evil the by his and heurt biekrn who sighfi fur the happiness of i tlie olden is driven away with an i Tuhifl low vents his nige upon his companj tinalrj left he is encountered by Mar i sought him once more to try Ui gain bis i consent to his union with Hut Tubal is ob j dwate the drunkard und the fool tauut is eist in the jollity luimeib iifur angry words i haxe patsed between Man In reveals the design j ol himsiif ami Martha towed in spite of all ubjec ThisBoeniageellie whj is idreudyhult i nut with that he purxuos tlie young fatuier an he criitbcs the mill beating him about the bend with a hurh him into the swift miming Thus emta the When the iumnt ugaiii rfMss we discover Tubal ou near oid In hid JWIUH be of tho dreadful scene in which ho has been so recently tho principal When he awakes wo find that his memory has failed and when Peggy comes In search of him ho iniuiaglnes himself still a and treats the events of tho past year as all a Tubals illusion is encouraged for some reason not mad as he evident ly he is permitted to wander about and to do the most extraordinary But he Is awak ened from his delusion by tho who was a witness of the attack upon and who now demands hush money after Peggy has under gone along process of mental and after Tubal has confessed to tho horrified Martha that ho has killed her Martin himself turns Thou who at once recovers under the influence of so joyful a hugs tho young and gives to him tlio hand of who also has to undergo any amount of hugging ho hugs ho lings ho hugs tho not always civil lawyers and he hugs the Cyrus who first brought him news of his but who now brinas Intelli gence that there has been a and that tho for tune belongs to HtUo Tubal welcomes this mindful of tho happy times spent at his old and of the misery money brought In its with acbccrtnl onco more to swing the and to make tho anvil ring with breadwinning A by Mills of tho Mcdeo of Lcgouvo is in preparation at the Lyceum Miss Batenian will appear as Several actors have died recently in Among them may bo counted tho pupil and intimate friend of Brenny played Py lado to tbe Orestc of the groat nnd Tliera inciie to his Ho had reached tho extraor dinary ftgo oC nlnotytwo and for almost forty years had paid regularly for a scat at the Theatre instead of availing himself of a right by courtesy of free which would not have been refused Madame Lampquin of tho Ocicon died suddenly in her sixtieth Her debut took place in at the Theatre Oloment Philllppo who died In his seventythird on his estate Tioar was one of tho au thors of tho famous Lcs Pilules du and played a role In his Own Slgnor Brigiioli has been singing In concert in Lou don with Miss Nilsson and Mies Matilda a younger sister of tho favorite American was to make her debut in Ccncrontola at Milan on the 22d of Michel tho Nestor of French organ died recently at Hnutc aged Enjalbert officiated as organist at the coronation of Natioloon at Motro The Atucnuiuni gives tho following Interesting de tails regarding Meyerbeers In any record of Meyerbeers and in any analysis of his the history ot tho progress and pcrformnnco of Los Huguenots would form al most a volume of so curious and varied is tho It was the second of the masterpieces ho produced at the Grand Opera in and it was first performed on the 20th of In this production the composer carried out still further the principles he had adopted in Robert lo and so to tho routine modus opcrandl in the creations of tho lyric The great aim of Meyerbeer was to individualize In notation bis chief to pro cont Imagery strongly suggestive of the to em ploy choral ngency as a powerful aid for and to Infuso such a local coloring into tho ucore thill tho minds an well as tho could conjure up tlie Kcctno and That Meyerbeer fully succeeded In bis taak has been us signally proved by tho Huguenots us by Robert lo Even in Huguenots had a hard fight for existence but its opponents woro foiled by tho sublime fourth so electrical in itu as regards the blessing of the daggers mid the concluding duet between Itaoul and Valen tino silenced even tho most fanatic adherents of Iho Italian so intensely passionate is its so exquisitely melodious are its Tlie production of tho Huguenots in tho Ital ian at the Royal Italian met with the most strenuous opposition from whiit used to be In the tho Italian Dur ing the rehearsals at Covent Garden the music was was called Muslquo was no end to the which a deeper that Meyrbeers work should not be heard in Madiuno wns in so bitter woro tho enemies who feared her genius but fortunately for and for the fortunes of tho a Koyal command settled the But for the Queen and the Prince Consort expressing their desire that Meyorbocre Huguenots should be given on the occasion of their state visit to Co vent Garden in tho work in all proba bility would never have been Tho triumph was Another curious incident that Slgnor Mario being ill ono Ituoul was undertaken by who sang tbo tbo part in and MaUaiuc Viardot adopted the same In order to help her tho other artists singing in It was Rogers earnest cmbodiiuentof the Huguenot especially iu the Septuor of the that prompted Signor Mario to take it more vigorous view of tho churuter than ho had previously CheriiblnPB Lcs Deux Journccs has been the causa of much contradictory criticism in where it was lately Tho Athemaum tlie i0lh of will bo a mem orable day in the history of the lyric drama iu thin for it fully established tho lugiUninto claims of Clierublni to be enrolled in tbo list of composers who hove as legacies for bos such an assemblage artists and amateurs been gathered iu any opera bouse an was present Drury Lane to listen to tbo Italian adaptation if Leu Deux Tlie expressions of admiration on tlie part of the public were palpable and audible enough and In the and in the ordinarily cold and selfpossessed musi cians declared their enthusiastic appreciation of the of the masterly accompaniments of Sir Michael Costa for the dialogue and and of its extraordinarily tine Such an une quivocal It might bo would have been followed by immediate and frequent repetitions of Hie opera but the only up to Iu tune we of u futuro la the impvessaiios announcement that due notice will be given of tho next performance of Cherubluls I Tills sine die Information is confirmed by the langimge of some of our daily who toll tlidr readers that he work IK u but it not being opposed to the story as being too and to tlie music as being loo If slicli bo the it only slioivs bow pressing is the need of u national i opera at moderate grand and j classical OIKHI can bo rendered a paying investj Ihit wo protest emphatically against commercial estimate of the worth oC CUcriibinis Deux Journccs we deny the premises im which tliu conclusion lias been arrived In the first the tale is not more simplethan that of In the two the and adventures oC a married couple form the mainspring of interest the tseapes of tlie French Count and Countess aro as exciting as those of Leonora uml both the devotion of a wife is vividly What writes Clwrubiuis Italirm biographer Tlie libretto was so well worked out and so interesting that Goethe regarded it as true We recorded the opinion of and 1wlboyiii us to Now what wrote Weber in IM of the Deux Fancy my delight when I beheld lying upon tho Uibio ot the hotel playbill with the imigic name 1 was iho first person in tbo anil planted mysilt iu middle of the wlivru 1 wuiied most imxiously lor tin1 tones which I knew beforehand would again iUvatu nnd inspire I think Ijimy boldly assort tlmt Lts Deux Journeub is u really driuniulu ami clattitul Everything is calculated as to produce lie greatest effect all the various piooes arc io inurh in their proper place Unit you can neither imit one iisT mate any addition to Tlie ditpliiys u vigorous ilucla luutiou and nilstriking truth in the treatment ot the tiver ever uud rvtuinod with We never see enough of such uiontvr With every word of Weltors critlcUm we We ill even go farther Lhsti the ooiiUKWfr of Her JTeJwhiili1 tuxl Om iimi uoa viction Is that wo should never have had Fidelia had not the Deux Journfes been Tnero Is more than a mere similarity of story in the music itself Beethoven hos been inspired by Cherubinl just asChcnibinl was inspired by Mozart there IB no but thBre are those coincidences into which men of genius through sympathy In When we remember the failure of Beethovens sym of Webers Der of Meyerbeers le when first produced are not at all disheartened that the Deox Jonrnees hag not been at first appreciated here by the fashionable supporters of Italian opera at all sncli masterpiece ought not to have been produced at a period of the season when the director has to count upon not losing THE FINE In the course of nn admirable tho Lon don Daily Telegraph makes the following remarks upon lie subject of art which may not prove unprofitable now that we are on the ova forming an Art Museum And if wo tarn to the venerable establishment in can it he enid that tho British Museum has over yet la the fullestsenso of the popular We are afraid it In the old when Montagu House lodged the jnnjor part of the collection of Sir Hans a visit to the museum was devoid of en Packed pellmell in on the cell ings of which sprawled the saints of Verrio and La their later was a heterogen eous accumulation of The statue of Sir Joseph Banks like tho figure of Shem Noahs between the legs of a giraffe tt stuffed hippopotamus challenged inspection with Iho remains of the original Magna rescued from a but shrivelled up into a wrinkled Tho Portland vase was flanked by a model of tho lineofbattls ship Victory and the mummies of several Ptolemies invited com parison with apocryphal portraits of Duns Oliver and Leviathan Long this gigantic curiosity prodigiously has been swept and antl Its tents symmetrically distributed through cheerful Its rarities many extremely to thearchmolov the the exceedingly edifying but to tho ordinary holidaymnklng visitor we very much afraid that the precious 03 a is still somewhat Mummy cases and oven in tho dustiest condition of pall at lust upon the taste and thepilgrim in quest of recreation derives but meagre con solatlim from tho assurance tlmt tho Elgin Mar bles comprise purest extant models human and equine and that their removal from the Parthenon to this country we owe the modern revival of the line urln In The pilgrim too Ho sees nothing but a number of battered atone many and some without and an interminable procession of horses saddles stuck against a What docs it matter to him if these figures nro by and so ninny thousand yearsold And secluded from the general the enor mous building in Great Bussell street teems with tho cxpositlou of which might give the Mu seum Inestimable charm which it now chaim of Some dim percoptlon of car dinal shortcoming of tho collection may have movoJ the when they throw open Hie saloons of the kings and exhibited under glass spme of the rarest of the tho Illuminated mis and the autographs of royal or illustrious per sonages in their But what are these among so many The Museum can boast of a collec tion engravings and and a cabinet of cuins and incised If not sur in richness and scarcity the chalcogrophio and numismatic treasures of tho the Blblio Natlonalo nn3 tho Vatican from Hie prevalence of some extraordinary prejudice on the part of the tho printroom is a place to which only a few artists and Antiquaries are permitted to while even greater difficulty la experienced In obtaining admission to the gallery coins and CURRENT No man can properly bo called n gnntlemau until he has learned to courteously decline doing Still whiskey manufacturing busi California has produced so many spring lambs this ycnr that it proposes to increase tho business of the Kan Francisco Joaquln Miller IB said to bo called tho Poet on tho news a mm lucendo because no ono ever did see eer a poet llko A contemporary speaking of a mammoth asks What ben can beat that Wogivo it never heard of a ben beating an egg at now a town of f our hundred was a howling wilderness four months It would appear to be the rule this season that the smaller the college the greater the number of honor ary degrees An Illinois man who sat on a railroad to read the furnished an Item Tor the next days col umn of The Womans after announcing that tt negro has been elected a bishop of the Methodist vehemently asks Why not a woman Mies Jauo Bamvck of recently waked up in the morning and found a threefoot n her She got up with A New Jersey physician prescribes nauseous but directa his patient to bury them under tlie He lias a large Iiteh and Toss is what they call out West tjie ivocess of tarring a man and throwing him In a A local correspondent excuses himself from fur nishing contributions at present on the ground that has not been in bis write intml ever since tho aeated The hardest thing in the world for a little man to earn is that people dont give themselves tho trouble think about hie This is equally true in its moral A party of cracked Spiritualists are digging all over Peoria after hidden Their superna ural guide has lost tha trail of the gold several jut they tire iu nowise Tennessee dog saved the life of his drunkou by dragging him oil a railroad track upon which lie hud laid down to All this in If you want to talk say protoxidla jfhygrcgcii instead of i sounds and man in a thousand will perhaps know what you Two sisters have eloped from with a young man whom they are both iu they both intend to marry when they vcach Salt vvhuh is their A San Franeiseo girl whoia given to playing has made tlte eool bum of from the Her acquaintance with the tiger extends uver sev eral Opium eating Is becoming frightfully common In New It IB reckoned that at least live thousand of tbe inhabitants uf city are hopelessly given over to the Tbe prejudice against Chinese cheat labor la very strong in A few clays ago a party native laborers burned over a large tract of grain to prevent its being harvested by The much abused Fruuont or Marlposa estate Iu California has now gone into private luid a view ami more economical effort is being made tu tarn its great wealth in gold to A EltiTtsigbted fcportsiuau at Long in the tired bis fowlinfjiiecv at a young lady wluise ivbite handkerchief he look fur a Ha VtitTtd bis game ami regvtUi bis mistake one 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