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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - July 18, 1872, Boston, Massachusetts                                v J n THUESDAY JULY PRICE FOUR LOBE Arthur July lIMSvery evening at and Wednes day an3 Saturday Matinees at LAST WEEK OF THE FIRST EDITION OF HUMPTY The ITanny The the the the SIXTYFIVE MONDAY July RECONSTRUCTION and first week of the Edition FOXS Introducing a CHANGE OF The Coolest Theatre In Steam Fan In MO ADVANCE IN 6tjyl3 QBAND CONCERT BY GILMORES FULL MILITARY The first of a series Concerts by this Splendid for the BENEFIT OF Will be given at the BOSTON On Thursday July The as well as the many friends of the benefi will have the double pleasure of listening to the finest music which the country can and 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 TEST Will give Sconces through at 18 Bulflnch from 9 to TITHE B at foot of West Canton OPENED jyll Admission 85 BOSTON BEACON The FORTYNINTH EXHIBITION OF PAINTINGS anil STA1UAItYiBiiovi In connection with it the MUSEUM OF FINE AKTS exhibits a collection of Ancient and Bronze Implements from Italofireelc Painted Vases found in the tombs of Etruria and Magna Une eia Majolica Oriental Carved Jurnl and lapanose aud Chinese Porce 8 A Admission 25 MThtfjel7 MAN KNOW THYSELF JOUEDAINS GALLERY OF 197 Washington opposite Haywavd A thousand startling and thriUtng models of tho human In Health aud Opon from 9 to 10 Admission 60 11 ONLY LINE FOR NANTASKET BEACH AND THE ROCKLAND From Kowes Steamer Rose Btandisli leaves Rowes junction of Atlantic Avenuo and Broad at leaves the Beach at 8 and 11 and Fare 25 Cents each 10 and Leaving tlio Beach at 12 and Mi Fare on Sundays 60 Cents each 8TAHKES WIIITON 162 Pearl TflAILY EXCURSIONS TO HING HULL and MELVILLE GARDENS Down er The steamer John the only boat ou tha route with new leaves Liverpool Wharf at and Leaving Hlngham at and and weather permitting at touching at Hull mid Downer Lauding each Fare 15 Tickets for Forty I excursions outside of Boston at and 130 touching at Fare on 50 Cents the round STAIUiES Pearl WAHANT AND MAOLIS The steamer loaves foot of India for Nabaut at and 5 returning at 8 aud and Fare 30 Children half Excursion tickets to Naliant and including admission to the Maolis aud conveyance to and from the at Boston at 5 Leave Nohant at 12 and Faro 60 MaoUs Gardens and Special arruuginent can be mado by excursion for which and other apply to the on or at the jyd FOR MAOLIS GARDENS AND steamers L and leave India and tampers simultan six times At and Saturdays at 5 oclock 25 cents round admission to the gardens and conveyance to and from the boat at SI 51 cents round trip anil 40 ditto aud Din Picnic Sundayschools or Associ ations deslrlnc to avail themselves of the unparalleled advantages of tha Maolls combined with the most complete and enjoyable excursion m Massa chusetts lor terms and Information FEARING India jylOtf EXCURSIONS DAILY STBAMEK For Downer Ltiudlus aud Lltcli lields TIMIS Litchtiold s Rroni M Leaves stopping at am and Single tickets 15 2 for 25 50 for LltchfleluVs Grove has beou newly fitted up for Picnic and is to SCSTDAY Leave Litchflelda Wharf for Nantuaket Long Beach and Downer at 10 and Nantasket Long stopping at Dowuer Landing Fare to Nantasket Long Beach anil SO cents Fare to Downer Landing Including admission to Mel ie Garden aud JJM3UR EXCURSIONS DAILY STEAMEK FOR HULL AK1 NANTASKET SEA FOAM Leaves Litehfields 231 ISroail and Leaves Nantasket Lonj Beach and Sea House stopping at II 1iire IS cents iwojlckets i5 cents tickets There Ss a Platform at the iitteil an Jo Picnic Sea Koam House lu open for bixiraeis MVeathcr SUNDAY Leaves Lltebflelds Wharf lor Nautoaket Long Beach stopping at at and Leaves Long stoppiuri at a 12 and 50 cents fortbe round rORRIS GRADUATED PAINTS These Pnlnte need no hut when such an en doreement as the following IB given i ehfliUd be made Read it 1B7I 21 Haverhlll Iloston Dear Sir I you herewith a taken from the nioEt exposed pluce on my wmeh wa rnltttcd eix shows conclusively the beaut mid power of your 1alnla to retain their th weather ana preserve the Very truly Signed AMitED These paints can be hid at 21 H ivorhill Bos Cull and BOO Also recelvod fotap plyiu the above TJ I L T ILAIUiE SINGL15 j3TCierrri NEW AND VERY ATTUACTIVE DESKiNS Goods if the bust and 1iicts Extremely Jacobs BSO WASHINGTON in Uuens aud Huuaukeepiug lrv OPEN JUNE THE OCEAN Bye Take Eastern stop at Rye Boach JOB Late Job Jennoss AMERICAN Conveniently located for business or Contains apartments with BATHING and WATKB iONVENiENCKB AlsoiPABSiraOER ELEVA LEWIS RICE mar SHORE SUMMER GLADES 51 This beautifully located for Transient or ummer is now For Fishing or Boating it has no equal on lie whole New England Eight trains daily leave tie Old Colouy and Newport Railroad for JAMES July 1mjylO nOLMAN HEIGHTS Family June On line of Dnxbury and Cohasset House within lifty rods of South Scltuate APPLEDORE ISLES OF Open June Guests may take the Express Train from in the Eastern which connects at Portsmouth with the Steamer The boats will make wo trips on connecting with the Jel3ThSTutf LAKHITON tyjfARSHALL LA YOKK Marshall The location is exceedingly Fishing Gunning facilities with the famous YOBTC SANDS but a short distance from the Coaches will connect with morning trains at Ports returning at or on ar rival or Noon train from Address MARSHALL The ONLY HOTEL ill the New and elegantly f unsurpassed in richness of ap and the best poiut from which to visit trie Lsles of and the lieaches of Hamp York and Direct railroad communi cation with the White via North JJOOI 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 lor the will find this a quiet and flrstclass ulace of resort in every GOOD STABLE and GOOD BOATS connected with tho and competent men in FRANK A R K E R On the European SCHOOL HARVEY MILLS gTANDISH South The extensive addition to this fine Hotel beingnow It will be ready for company July Mu Elc Billiard Bowling Pleasant Drives Fishing and Bathing Terms bedding and furniture entirely Board to per fJIREMONT HOUSE RESTAURANT The proprietors of the Tremont House direct publl attention to the Cats connected with Entrance on both Tremont and Beacon It is an attractive and favorite resort for Gen tlcmcn and and its cuisine Is acknowledge to bo the best in the Its patrons are served from an early hour in thi morning until CHAPIN mar CLOUD HOTEL BKOADWAY AND 48d 3STEJW A firstclass three west of GKAND same conducted on EIT ROPEAN and containing all modern Improve RAND C E A FOAM HOUSE NANTASKET LONG Is open for Summer Title house is am contains 100 large aud airy and Is located on the whore It commands tho Jiuust view in Boston The steamer Emeline makes 8 trips daily between Boston aud the See PHINEAS forinurly of JAMES BOSTON This large and elegant establishment is situated 01 FRANKLIN containing every modern domes tic convenience aud Including tho largest aui most perfect steam elevator in the Every do partment of the house is in charge of experienced por aud the whole Is under the careful persona supervision of the If our patrons will kindly send us word of their In tended either by telegram or by wo anal be better prepared for thoir CROCKER MOUNTAIN V Twelve miles from HOUSE Accessible b the best mountain road in tne and in to New York than any other hotel on tb Elevation above the Hudson River 3000 feet extending over square unaurpassec for beauty by any in tho Celebrated for its in vlgoratlng Temperature at all times is to 20 degrees lower than New York Telegraph li the Opou from June 1 to October Stages and Carriages will be in attendance upon tin arrival of the trains of the Hudson River Railroad aud the Boats from Albany and New JAMES Agent at Oateklll for CHARLES BEACHS Mountain je22lm CHARLES ISLAND LOWELL ISLAND This delightful watering place IB one of the most ill terestlugHUimuer resorte 111 New Tho iyluin contains about 2ft IB Bitmiietl hi Maseachu sttts 1 mile from Murbloheml Iti mile from Tho cUnmte is pruclbcly that uf tho Inly of The house coritaluH I8U tliu parlors und halls are the upartmeutt large and The property lias recently changed and le and Thehouse is reached in ahout 10 minutea from Mar by small which connects ten tim daily each way with trains to tiud from Boston ul ttiakinj frequent connections with northern and east cm Monthly tickets from Boston 812 package tickets at the rate of 40 cents AdclreKO KUTTON Box F A L M O U T H HEIGHTS TOWERS This ronnnodioiift ami wellappointed beiiuti tlfully BituuUid on JMiluumth will fou opju fo the recfjuioii of guusttt It lniB a fine view uf Yluovard tiud tho at Marthas I IK iu immediate vicinity yf pleasant aud hu tudllties for Boating and Belnu but n minutes wallt from the Btiarnbxit lindtu and the It will hu dally will MartliaB Vineyard und New Bud Cord b The now extanalan ot Ihe Old Colouy Railroad tj Fat HiuuUi HulchUv to bts completed by tontb ot July vUl enablvi to reauh thlts rtuUghtf ul 6uastde re 3oxt witiiout tbo BCA fdcluioBi iiiehltiit tu a trip by bo it GE01U3E Owuer 7w INE POINT HOTEL JlND LOV ELLS AT QniNOY IOINTVA Rood Din fish or and the most on tbo outh shore to spend a day or week with your HOWARD Steamer Mnssasoit leaves LewisWharf at and Sundays at Come down and try XjMRSTCLASS PRIVATE BOARD Jf ING Rye Rooms very and thoroughly House Accommodates Address Rye OELLEVUE 17 10 Beacon The finest Family Hotol and heat location in tho Contains all modorn Including Passen cer European Excellent accominoda ions for transient jtyfONTVERT MIDIHLETOWN Situated among the beautiful hills and mountains of Opened on the first of Fitchburg railroad morning train arrives In Rut land in time for thence by stage to Mlddletown Terms and particulars on 1elSTuThlm TTOTEL RANGE 61 65 Charlestown Patentee and Manufacturer of Patent Wave Flue Oven with ouo 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 Flpes Dwelling Houses Fitted up with FlrstCIass Ranges 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 the United States or m22tf LEGAL TO THE HONORABLE THE JUSTI CES OF THE SUPREME JUDICIAL next to he holdeii at within and for the County of Middlesex Respectfully libels and repre sents Angellne Fltz of in said that she was lawfully married to Warren now of resi dence but without the at In the State of the first day of ami thereaf terwards your libel lant ana the said Warren lived together as hus band and wife in this to wit At Bos that your llbellant has always been faltlif ul to her marriage vows and but tho said Warren Fitz being wholly regardless of the at in the State of ou the tenth day of did commit tho crime of adultery with one Amanda and at divers other times and places did commit the crime of adultery with divers other persons whose names are to your llbellant Wherefore your llbellant prays that a dlvorco from the bonds of matrimony may bo decreed botween your 11 bellant and the said Warren and that the custody of her son Warren now nine years may he decreed Dated the ninth day of ANGEHN15 COMMONWEALTH OF MASSA Supremo Judicial iu vacation to wit July Ui on the libel is ordereu by the Court that the llbellant notify thollbellee to appear before our Justices of said Couit 10 be holdeu at Cambridge in said on the third Tuesday of October by causing an attested copy of said libel and of tho order of the Court thereon to be published in The Boston Dally a newspaper published In in tho County of Suf once in a three weeks the last publication to be sixty days at least before the uali lastmcutionea that he may tbcu and tliore show if any lie why tbe prayer In said li bel set forth should not be A true copy of the libel and of tho order of the Cour Attest TO THE HONORABLE THE JUS TICES OF THE SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT next to he holdeu at within and for tlu County of Middlesex Respectfully libels and rcpre sents Josle Cogswell of In said tha she was lawfully married to Frederick Cogswell now of residence but without the at Reading aforesaid on the twentyfifth day of Februa the paid Frederick Cogswell Hvsd together as huabant and wife In this to wit at Reading That your llbellant has always boeu faith f ul to her marriage vows and but the saU 1redei lek Cogswell belne wholly regardless of thr at Reading on the 2tlth day of Feb ruary did without cause utterly deser vour and said desertion has bsen continued to the present your llbellant prays tha a divorce from tho bonds of matrimony may ba dc creed between your llbellant and the said Frederick C and tliat she may be allowed to assume her maiden viz Josio Dated the day of May JOSIE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSA Supremo Judlela in to wit July Upon the libel it Is ordereu by the Court that the libelhmt notify the Ubelleo to appear before our Justi ces of said to be holdeu at in sat ou the third Tuesday of October by caus ing an attested copy of paid and of tho order of the Court to be published In The Boston Dally u newspaper published In In the Count of once a throe weeks the last publication to be sixty days at least before the sal laKtmcntioned that he may then and there show if any bo why the prayer In uuld libel so forth should not be c A true copy of the libel and of the order of the Cour Attest TO GENTLEMEN FURNISHING THEIR OWN We Trim and Make at the following prices Pants and 5tt to Spriug 15 to 18 WOOD 351 Washington next door to Boston Proprietors of Woods System of ain25Thfefutf 11 LINEN AND COTTON HOSE RUDDER LINED LINEN RUliliEK GARDEN IINEN HOSE MANUITACTUKING Treasurer 170 WASHINGTON CAR RIA GES O U B STOCK Walker 26 87 HAVERHIIVL OF THE QUINOY MINING CO City Devonshire street June A seinlaunual Dividend of live dollars per and an extra dividend of two ant one halt dollars 60 per share hits been declared payable on the 1st of August next to stockholdy ro o record at close of buslneeB July The transfer books will Ufa closed from July to August By HOKATIO Ro McL i T i o OF THE GREAT COLISEUM Tbe Large and Elegant giving a bril liant view of Uie GIUSAT COLISEUM for tho JPEACIH INTERNATIONAL MUSICAL In which are excellent portraits of ienorals Grant and Euiperor William of Louis Napo the disenthralled Emperor of Governor Mayor George Chairman ef the Building Charles Francla Wendell and numerous other distluKulHliud are now and for sale at tho of tbe NEW ENGLAND LITHOGRAPHIC e4 IPO KtlMMKK A B S EL LING WALTHAM F Every Watch warranted a yauit For par ticuhirs Ret or send Itliutfatcd Vetcriptivc Catakgut iiivinK every grade luul also of all by the American Watch with price of ojvch Iu sold or silver with rulea for thn proper euro of a WrUe for it and mention Dallv Watcli Bpilrlnir Spe FOR THURSDAY JULY FIKST A Man of Late cious SECOND Letters from our Own Correspondents in Saratoga and Our New Possessions Fate De Foie Gras About THIKD Intelligence An Old Eng lish Church and State A Royal Palace for Ireland Tumult in the Fronch Assembly Trustworthy News Zorrtlla to Victor Eman uel Imperialist FOURTH in giving Intelligence on Both Sides in the Present and the FIFTH Telegraph Latest Despatches from various Quarters of the of OutDoor SIXTH England News Latest Events in New Massachu Rhode Island and Gos WholeBole Prices SEVENTH Naval and Marino EIGHTH Department Affairs In the City and FOE TIIE BOSTON DAILY A MAN OVERBOARD Theres a man overboard 1 Fearful cry on the soa Brace in the head Put the helm Luff up in the heave the Pass the word for the And summon the Theres a mm overboard 1 Cut the lifebuoy The waves bear him how fearfully swift Let go a boat therOj Cut the gripes with n Bear a with a men The stake is a life I One cheer to sustain Now bond to your oars 1 Fierce toss the blue And loud tbe gale That signal is ans A faint cry Is heard How they tax their strong Yet speak not a word I They BOO his dark form As it rises While loudly they cheer Their efforts rcnow They grasp But the body is raised Their comrade is saved 1 God bo praised I God be praised I NEW The North American for has been published by Ofgood The loading article IB by Chauncey It Is primarily a dofonso of liar win against and a defense of his own view of Evolution by Natural against MivartB objections to Everybody acquainted with Chauncey Wrights writings wfll be jirepaved to ex pect exceptional nicety of closeness o and wealth of Irat In his pros ent paper his f acuities have been8tmulatcd by oppo He Is clearer in his statements than eve and Uio convolutions of his ordinary styl give way to a method of exposition which is relatlvcl direct and We but wo are uncoil Still the article Is one if great ability an that it has been called forth by foreign criticisms on a previous article he contributed to the show that the Nortli American Is in tho matte of scientific a Eurpimn The second article Is of an entirely different char an accomplished Italian has undertaken to give an account with fo llcltous of The Florentine Satirist Nothing can be more remote from ou usual literary associations than the satires of Glusti but in his charming contrives to do merticate them in our Tho we must is to be credited more to the American writer rather than to his Italian Th translationof Ambrose is a masterpiece of its Why docs not Howells venture on an original ioem In tho verse of Boppo and Don Juan He manages it fluently and skilfully am of all forms of versification it is the most lively am Th e third article by Frederick Sheldon Is an excel lent representation of the character and poums of Ills as close to tho nature of Crabbo at Crnbbos rhymes arc to the nature of tlio rudo per fionagcs he selected for poetic We though we knew all of Crablxss felicities but we were sur prised at our ignorance of the in which he stig matizes the Jacobins of his Who call the wants of knaves tho Rights of The immense reach of this epigranmtlc statement I more apparent in this ago than way in tho perloi when Crabbc wrote The lights man were the unrecognized they have since been embodied In leg islatlve lets but the wants of kmivON arc insatia No legislation can appease the ravciiousnesa o their desires and at tho present moment they an more clamorous than ever for the rights of be cause they feel that the rights have been more or lea granted by the majority of civilized and that there is danger that their own occupation will bt We have said that the wants or knaves are The statement requires to be Ilm Governments have only to pension the knave or give them offices hi order to neutralize tb poison their venomous tongues diffuse among tht It may be said that the expense would be toe enormous for any government bear but wo think the burden of taxation on tho people would be los than It is if every cuuuing bud eloquent rogue who disturbs the natural operation of the law bj which wealth Is was propitiated and si lenoed by The laboring clauses can stain anything and everything in a fair light with capital but they must succumb under the lead of their self elected dcftixits and Every movcmcn which starts on the principle of violating the funda mental laws of political ecomuny mutt for those huvs are as independent of the capitalist as of the The present cradle ayiunst capital IN a crusade against and more and more aide by every Uhcnvery of science and every Invention of tho only hope of the In the If lie fol lows the natural law of he will be domi nant if be revolts against it ho will remain In an inferior Every intelligent and benevolent friend of the laborer first of tench him the Inexorable before which capitalist and laborer are alike for they are outside of individual The by his superior edu and has a dim perception of these laws the who Is ever the prey of selfish or dlKintereKled thinks he can dodge It is a fatal it will take hundreds of years to rectify The wilfulness and Ignorance of men will long prevent any fair harmonising of their rights und Ignorance and medioc rity will wage a ceaseless war against knowledge and and will find eloquent de fenders of their or philanthropic but CSod will see to it tliat justice Is done in the We wihli had space to notice ftlequately Karl IliIJebrand8 paper ou or Stirlings attempt to annihilate the philosophy of Henry Thomas liuth articles ure worthy of being atten tively read Stirlings article is specially impor He relentlessly pricks all of Buckles and ihcm into their elemental Ho is cruel as well OB critical in his analysis of tbe Hlb turian of The rcBiUiuliug sentence Khkh have so much the mlmlrent of Buckle are subjected to an almost cytiiuul and his ignorance of metaphysics as u is legifcly Tbe KTKui literary of thin specially number of the North iy tin the Shadow of The title of derived from Miss Rossettis book bnt II Kims throughout his essay to not the ut the of Such an pub shed In the Edinburgh or In the Revue dos eux would at onco acquire a European The North American Eoviow IB generally reoog ilzed by all intelligent as periodical of the rst It might bo supposed that its circulation ould hoar come relation to Its for It Is gen rally more readable and more valuablo than Ithcr the Edinburgh Review or tho Quarterly lev Every interested in tho serious natters of should sustain it by his sub whether lie lives in Now Orleans or n Louis or Now There is no taint of irovinciallsm It As each writer is responsible or his own and as the technical editorial wo covers a multitude of opposing tho teviow is comprehensive by It is an if and not of the peculiar way of thinking if any sect or Tho North American ins had a long hut It was never so young as t is if youth means vivid and vigorous of Now have published of the Railroads of tho United States for It Is an octnvo volume of C83 tho fifth of a scries compiled by Henry a gentle man whose knowledge of the subject is as exact as it 6 and of whom It may almost be said that 10 has made railroads the study of his Tho irasent volume gives the cost expenses imd organizations of nil he railroads In the United with a sketch of their progress and In an appendix is contained a full analysis of the debts of tlio United and of tbe several States compiled from offi cial Such a work is simply Indispensable to junkers and while it is valuablo to business ncn In illustrating the Immense growth of tho railroad states the increase of tho earnings of the roads in operation from 1801 to In 1851 they were about forty millions of dollars in millions in about 455 The increase from 1861 to 1801 was 90 or nine millions yearly from 1861 to it was 320 or 32 millions In tho matter of dividends to stock boldcrs the account is not so Received by Williams Lipplncott of have pub lished The Sunday and Good Words for Both of these periodicals sustain their well established reputation in the present Wo have been specially impressed by Dean Stanleys tribute to Nornmn the deceased editor of Good It Is a cordial testimony by a prominent number of the Church of to tho talents and virtues of a prominent mem ber of tho Church of Received by Wil liams Tho Advocate of for edited by the valorously continues Its long cam paign Against We cordially wish him Tho present number contains the delivered at the Fortyfourth Anniversary of tho American Peace at the Music Hall on June The audience was exceptionally largo tho speeches of and were exceptionally Wo have received from of Tho United States n Quarterly Law edited by James Tho leading article Is by on eminent American judge on Dnvid Dudley Fields DraftOutline of an Interna tional Field appears to have a double As a legal thinker ho is one of tho most In telligent of philanthropists as an practical law ho appears in court as the paid advocate of tbo most prominent scoundrels of Uic city of New York and he reconciles those two rdJee to tho perfect satis faction of ills own THE GLOBE Humpty Dumpty continues to attract largo audi ences despite the extremely wnrm The cur rent week is the last in which tho piece will bo glvoi in its present Next week It will bo entirely and a second revised ani JAMES A Leap in the Dark Yet no Is the title of a play that fa meeting with o fair sharo of It has some very strong sensational and emotional is no hotter und no worse than the majority of pieces of Its and does not call for any extended For people that enjoy those sort of things it is seasoned enough with excitement to suit the most exacting It will ho jrivon until further DRAMATIC and Barney Williams arc at iu Matilda Heron is giving readings In San She lately read and tho occasion was n painful one to all her Florence proposes to return to the United States in the latter part of He will hrlng seme and go Miss Carlotla Lcelercq hfis been playing at with great supported hy a com pany composed for the most part of Boston with an elllclent dramatic will make a three months tour of tho begin ning in under the mauagcinont of Spanlding of Chnnfran commences an engagement ot six weeks at Woods New on the of While there he will bring out a new play by is said that Miss Agues Kthel has secured a new comedy from the ut inwhice she will ap pear at the Union Square New early in the coming in also but not wifh that this comedy has already come into tho possession of other persons in this Among tho various theatrical combinations or complete companies which will traverse the pro vincial theatres next season are the following Edwin Booth Dramatic Joseph Jefferson Dramatic John Owens Dramatic Com Bowers Dramatic Law rence Barrett Dramatic Coiupany 3 Kdwln Adams Dramatic Company i MarotMks Opera Iaulino StrakosehH Opera with Morris Grans Almoe Opera three Black Crook the iipty Duinpty 1automimo wilh F A Mnjiltiiits Pantiniune Lydla liuilestjue Gates aiul rarkeb1 1alace of Truth Dnmtulii A new called La hasbein brought out in Ihihuklphla at the the theatre of Simmons Tlio Morning list oi that city comments on it thus It IH a cumiibutlyn to the alrejwly large batch of indecent stuff which has degraded the boiled the public luKtu and dingruccd the dramatic Afler in account of its story the 1ostaddB If the licentiouBwKH of the the intrigues of and the sentiments of eitreuicKt immorality can be openly spoken and made the foundation of which the youth of clauses are invited u witness without the press raid Ing its voice against and without the better pjr tion of the theatrical public denouncing then we muy as well at ouce open our theatres an sclhKils for the propagation of and place over thorn in He gives up all hope who enters De Forgeron de Chat4audun IK he title of a drama founded upon incidents of helate which woe revived a few nights hack at the Amblgu Com Tills which IH devoid tf ul literary only arrests attention by its fierce diatribes ugtiinbt the was produced during the tiiul the proceeds of the nights iwrformuuce were devoted to u subscription in aid if the fund for casting The tucatre won lit hy and littwivii the the pit mid illled with Kutioiia Mauiped with their in order to warm for fuel was The uauio cvenluKi i the political the lead ing ludy of the and several other were denounced tlioir uaiuos held up to an it wua alleged that they hud received certain provisions Btid boxes of preuurtrcd meats which belonged to Uie public A otw piece hi one act entitled The Unlawful Irtsstiit lifts been iiruducud iu OKD of most prominent characters in it is Jonas a dishonest who ruins Ephraim a and his Having by concealing a will succeeded In appropriating to his own use property belonging to tho NIcholls tries various means to get Uiem out of his He employs Tom a to Induce Grace tho laughterlnlaw of the old to accept the gift of a hare which had been on account of which the younger nearly gets sent to After this Nicholis sots fire to ono of his own wheat and Kobort Is charged with be ng tie who has proves hat the yonjg farmer is and Charity Syra tho clerk of produces tho wulch lonvlcts Ids employer and restores to the Lovegrovcs the property of which they had The piece is a neat and effective and ippoarcd to please tlio SPtTRES Spurrs benefit which was to have iccn given this has been postponed until Saturday owing to the foot that Gllraores which was to have formed the principal attrac had other which prevented Its Spurrs Infirmities prevent him rom engaging In business and his many friends will undoubtedly see that tho occasion does lot prove nn unprofitable one to him most deeply in terested In MUSICAL It Is authentically stated that Nllssons mar riage will take place in on tbe 20th of Tho Brooklyn Philharmonic Society has commis sioned George Brlstow to write for it a Cull orchestral It Is believed it is tho first Instance on record whore a musical society In this country lias given a carte blanche commission to a used its influence and money In nny direct way to encourage tho production of American The critic of tho Now York World thus discourses regarding PesehkaLoutncr Leutnors voice locks what tho French It Is without that indescribable human characteristic which in for touched us and us when the brilliancy and power were With all extraordinary puissance It Is not what we should call a warm Nor Is Loutnor a singer who appeals to the As a human Instru ment we can bestow upon her unlimited A Imman Instrument that lacks human characteristics is The writer was in tho human voin when ho wrote the article from which we extract the for previously ho remarks The air In the academy was so humid aud warm that any other human notes than hers must have stuck Tho New York papers have not done talking about the Jubilee They are troubled about the ex tho the receipts anil tho The Tribune takes occasion to speak thus frankly on the subject Tho Journal of Commerce is con soled for tho pecuniary misfortunes of tho Jubilee by tho reflection that they have prevented the Introduc tion of tho ranjaiidrum business to Now The nonsuccess of Gllmoros last enterprise niakoo It morally certain that tho metropolis will escape that But the Journal need not have gone so far out of the way in search of that Now York would not have a Jubilee if Gllmoro hod cleared u hundred thousand Now York could Tho execution of a jjlgantlo project of that kind supposes u degree of systematic good public aud honorable fanaticism of which New York lias never shown It self capable and It supposes also a concentration 61 public Interest hardly to bo hoped for in a cosmopoli tan city like Whatever wo may say of tho par tial Eailure ot tho it is true after all thai tho receipts fell short of tho we mii6t admit that the festival presented a marvel lous instance of quiet good If wo to do the same thing wo should make an awful moss of wo know that too well to Madame PoFchkaLmituer has been singing In Now Tho Evening Mail says In the Boston Coil the flexibility and jecullar vibratory nature of her vocal organs found ample room for ex hibition and kindled feelings of oiithuMasin for which there was really Homo CXCURO In the ardent Boston We had feared that the effect of Inequalities named might be very much diminished when tho lady was heard in tho concertroom and if our foaiH liiwi been In a measure there was in her singing at the academy last night enough that was remarka ble to demonstrate clearly her possession of a phe nomenal Tho weather was so wretchedly and unutterably that not oven tho expecta tions of hearing tho Lolpsic prlma or the an nouncements that tho Strauss Grand Orchestra was to could lure people from their con sequently Uio house was not more than half It may be hard upon the but It Is a danger ous thing for them to engage artiste at a thousand dollars a night Sn warm and expect the pub lic to bo liberal in IU The folly of sub mlttlng to tho extortionate demands of foreign sing who think that Americans and especially Now Yorkers arc Intended only to lie is clearly shown in this Lcutner WIIB down on tho programme for two songs and besides these responded to one and tlwit was nil the managers was able to give tho public for their though he paid hit shir a very largo salary fur her In reality it has enmo to this a manager in exhibiting a foreign par ticularly one In the inimical must either charge tbo public outrageously for tho privilege of getting about half their moneys worth if ho reason able in that au Rullmun was last night and at the Strauss ho stands a pretty fair fhow oi losing every cent he has invested in tho PRECIOUS Probably many purclinsod nt poor Eugenies sale are ven now on their way to these In London hey will not give the Not long since a diamond merchant there broke up a hundred thousand dollar composed of stones selected with great le could not find a Jewellers charge im mense but then they have to keep an enor mous capital in which for sometimes yields When Sydney Smith the young couple had no ready cnsh wherewithto furnish their modest by good Sydney had nherited a splendid pearl They took it to the Tiffany of were liugely delighted to exchange it for crisp bnnk notes nmonntlng to Years when the smiles of fortune had amply descended on Sydney was making a purchase at when her eye lit on it splendid pearl I knew every bead at she The price was Thojeune elegant who was serving her took it lightly and re us though it was the merest Fifteen mndred Such is the slender mar gin which the leviathans of jewellers reserve to against The fashionable auctioneers f such articles must also make a pretty good thing of the It recently came out lit some Chan try relative to the sale of the late Mar quis of Hastings that Christie Manson would not conduct the sale under seven and half per at which rate they must have cleared on he empressjewels over fifteen thousand dollars in one This firm must nightly offer up prayers French We tnlco Uio following Interesting ntntcinciits from the Now York Tiinett of yonterday It would vary much enhance the intercut attaching to gcniH if Uiuir hlHtory were tuoro easily No doubt a lurjic proportion of the finest stones have had very varied uml if they luul xiieech could kill IIB tulis compared with which the turnout Adven tures of a Guinea would be but a dull Not the least intcrcBtiiig would bo told by the whilom precious iKTiiBCSKloiiH of the sovereigns of What a world of emotion must they have witnessed Whore are the ringH and bracelets nrhiuli Marie Antoinette wore on that druadful day when that young recognized the fugitives at Varcnues Perhaps adorning the shoulders of fotno Newport or Saratoga At the a fortnight a ring was sold of nn exKinjircKB even more This was ilcKriliwl as a Marquise ring with a pink Mirroundcd by formerly the property of the What hours of triumph ami of agony had probably soin Joyous houm at when she was enjoying a greatness thruxt such as had never hauti thrust on mortal woman and times of iiietfablo bitter iiebH when MIC to the Insuperable am bition of the most Hellish of Probably u large proportion of Uio lineal gems have passed of their time in la belle Prior to 17WI there were superb collections I that it proved very fortunaUt for their possessors tlint they bad mink no much In this apparently very unrtnmnerativo fur it Ktood them in stead wlicn the light From 17110 to 171K an enormous stock of gems way thrown on tbo Ijjndou One of the persons who turned theao mis fortunes of his to thu most profitable ac count was the celebrated a native of Swit who had acquired wealth as a merchant lu He bought at UulicrouBly low it is and thut helped to heap up the vast fortuno which he bequealbod in a manner which be imagined would make it in future days the greatest in the hundred and forty million pounds ster But riwininv jirojiw it ig only BOIUO one hun dred and lifty thousand dollars a year for Uiotw rogues df the long and dtbern like uuu Iilckul BO many gulden piox8 off it en Ituu tbe crown who were to the royalty uf what the fatuous Buhmcr Sr Bou of dlitmund nurkluw were to pinir j albo did remarkably tuui i Kuwiillt great nephew and Sir no doubt IH in same degree iudebtoti for tliite handles and appendages to his mime to io trrrlUe energy of Ma rm S Tbo very imett Uumoiute uuw ccunc over SPANISH Under date of Juno tho Spanish correspondent of the Springfield Republican writes as follows When tho sick man frequently changes his medical people generally conclude that ho Is getting no better very fast and the continual rotation in office of Amadous Cabinet Ministers seem to Indicate a like Within seventeen short months he has managed to wear out seven successive and now enters upon his eighth with no very flattering Zorllla is at last colled to the not from choice but from Thoaugnst invalid needs all the best efforts of the radical leader to keep him and his dynasty Will the libaral patriot succeed in this arduous undertaking Pos but not Amadeus has so or rather to alienatetho Spanish Llber ils from the support of his dynasty he has httherto so surrounded himself with counsellors who are hate ful to the and who cither never voted for him at all or voted against him on his election to tne that it is very questionable whether Jio again count on the hearty support of liberal As you are Zoriila had retired in disgust to Ills farm at Tahlada and resigned Ids seat in the and bis party would soon have followed hte Ho had not only heen treated very cava lierly by tlio rumor has It that on more than one occasion tho queen had manifested her unmis takable aversion to Uio patriotic TJie latter Is a niece to Cardinal tho popes former Minister of She is also a very ardent which In these countries is synonymous with So she must needs take tho priestly side against the Spanish and lead her husband to the very brink of tho At last the indignation of the radicals grew to such a that when one of their speakers the other day alluded to Zorllla aa having been president of Uio and Ukely yet to be president of something to the was vociferously the Cortes is again suspended not tiythe as would be eminently just and and must perforce bo again dissolved and a new election What a commentary on tho parity of the ballot as practised under tho democratic rohrn of Amadeus tbo First Only amontu has It been in an assembly fresh frona Jre yeiv such IB Its state of putrefaction that It be got of find put out of sight with tho lesst poSsiWrt this la one of tho saddest results of cue fraud ulent system of elections as carried oat by anch raca as under tho very nose of tho king Of neither Zoriila nor any other honest man can successfully carry on Kovenijjuiit with such an assembly of and Iho political guillotinemust be resorted and the political comiptionists sent to their dis honored But thid is Amadous last op lie cannot go on forever dissolving par liaments and orderlne now His power is limited by the Constitution to the third called Into after and unless he man ages much better than he has done nothing remains for him but to call a now constituent assem which would set ovorthlng afloat and the election of which would shako the nation to its very The fall of SagasUi was terribly humiliating to him Yet there is so much hardihood in tho he is BO morally reckless and and Spain iu uuch a splendid field for his anomalous that I should not be surprised to sec any again at the head of He was charged with appropriating rpalB as was the Eng lish version out of tho public funds for the purpose of corrupting the elections and an investi gating committee watt asked which Ministers in dignantly spurned as They ac knowledged the illegal use of the but Uiey also refused to be and tho House plaudcd their chivalrous Of course it many of the members doubtless owing thoir seats to this very corruption But at lost tho general indignation was such that the Ministers were compelled to resign from an excess of explained the loader of tho incoming MinistryIll An effort Is on foot to have tho Senate Impeach them for malfeasance Nonsense The present Scsiato will never do anything of the Its delicay would never permit CURRENT Not a caxo of niinutroka has occurred on the base ball fields during the heated The Protestants of Germany offer the Old Catho lics the mo uf their Tlione who dont believe that a fly has in his should catch one and count Orange is nald to bo the proper color for instead of green or for persons of weak A naked man perambulates the streets of North Carolina He says he is The now Sherman will use worth of glass from Uock The Satftna IH a new Roman whose writers sign themselves The Familiar A negro In Savannah was Imprisoned for five days in the city jail for Mealing two quarts ot After this who says that Justice isnt blind A wellknown chemist of this city recently analyzed a sample of cream of tartar and found it adulterated with seventyseven por of It is stated that live portions at died troui eating fltli that had ffil on kpidinjterous They ought to have known Roman Catholics in this country have church ac commodations for and Evangelical Proteij tants for the dllVcrence being eight to Hats with iheruiomeUTBln the roof are the latest If the gets too you stand on your head until your equilibrium Is An Alabama parent didnt favor hifl daughters and bet him live hundred dollars thatho wouldnt marry The parent Three tobacco factories in Brooklyn employ 1600 paying tlieiu for wages per au It is said that tbe name of Orange is to be changed to please some of tho Catholics who dwell upon It was a noticeable fact that among all iho dele gates to tne BaltliiKire not a single col ored man was tu be The Exchange in Louis is Hi be one of the larftbt laid buiiikoincBi of the kind in Uio A tilver button weighing Kiif xumds avoinlopufe was turned out at Uie reduction at tbe uthur Expel ience in ocean telegraphing has pronxt that in uluiuKt all cotes small have born found blc tu while tho heavier ihc cable tho jjrttiUJr has Iweii its A paper hiiys that that city is making Btrldiw Pickpockets horses are aiU thu chiliireu get biilid The IMifious Itrnioiiibnmru is Bull to have boon the riret nligiuus published iis the tirfct in It   

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