Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Boston Daily Globe Newspaper Archive: October 19, 1872 - Page 1

Share Page

Publication: Boston Daily Globe

Location: Boston, Massachusetts

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - October 19, 1872, Boston, Massachusetts                                SATUEDAY OCTOBER PRICE FOUR TH E G O ARTHUR CONTINUED SUCCESS OT1 THE Lydia Thompson Burlesque the afternoon at ROBIN benefit of Miss LYDIA THOMP who will appear in six different A DAY IN SCENES FROM and SCENES FROM BLUE THE BALL COMMENCEMENT OF THE REGULAR DRAMATIC And first appearance at this establishment of the pop ular H E SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT Unprecedented Attraction COMMENCEMENT OF THE REGULAR SEASON C O H 1 I N A T I O N OF THE GLOBE DRAMATIC COMPANY AKD THE Lydia Thompson Burlesque The continued and Increasing success attending the engagement of the LYDIA THOMPSON BURLESQUE COMPANY At this establishment has induced negotiations with a view to its and the management has now much iileasure in announcing in obedience to pop ular a KeEngagrement for Two Weeks Has been cltected with Mies THUS ENABLING THE GLOBE To present a GonMiation or Attractions Hitberto Uuparallelei Including in its POWERFUL STOCK COMPANY The popular And forming an Array of Beauty and Talent Not to be found in Any Other Theatre in the GILMORE JL GRAND CONCERT AND With n view to plnoo the Coliseum in tho very best condition ior tliu complimentary Tcstlmonnl to Tho Committee have postponed tho Ball until Wednesday October And luive decided to unite two Concert heretofore announced lor the above and the in One Magnificent The Concert to commence at aud the Hull ihe price of admKtinic to tho Concertand will remain same an already announced for the Ball as follows TICKET admitting a pcntlemim and EXTliA 3 Seats reserved In tho Balcony additional 1 Over Twentyfive Choral Societies have already prof fered their services for the and the Chorus will number FIVE THOUSAND This grand chorus will produce several of tho GHffiMS 01TTHE Including Mendelssohns Farewell to Uio Forest Trl limnhal March from Costas Naamnn Gloria trom Mo zarts Twelfth and Rossinis Influnmtus from Stabat it tho rehearsals are grand works composed received too tho Jubilee by the eminent European coiu Sir Julius Sir Itouort Stewart and Alberto The Concert programme will also Include n new over ture for composed and conducted by Doctor L and a Clnrlnot Solo by a distinguished soloist recently brother of the eminent The interior of the Coliseum will ho ELEGANTLY DISCO HATE O By ROETH ami iALVIN The immense parquet will lie paraphliiod for dan and three thousand tins Jets will shod their lustre upon the Grandest Ball Room in the World The claims of the beneficiary upon the community for services rendered are felt and acknowledged by all and the happy to announce that tlio number of tickets already sold indicates one of the mot t brilliant assemblages ever witnessed in the city of The Grand Orchestra and Baud Will embrace nil the lending musicians of Boston and und the entire inusie of tho evening will ba under the general direction ot Supper nnd refreshments will be Jurnliihod mod erate rates by the celebrated SMIl Tickets may be had of General Ticket Boston Music Hull also at the principal hotels and Music and of the Dourdot Maiuvge Floor and all gSntlemcn bavins tickets for or who may desire to sell or replenish their can be supplied hy soiidiiu to the of the al Kilby Cord from tlio Some doubt having been expressed as to whether or not the proceeds of tlio Grand Concert and to take place on the are to bo given entirely to ior his own use and hereby declare that my instructions trom the MrecUirluUlilet and Marshals lire exnilclt and peremptory tluit all funds remaining after necessary expenses are shall be paid to and to him Treasurer Bail F R E S H Ten Invoices ENGLISH CARPETINGS Opening todny from A Splendid Assortment Newest Designs MEDIUM LOWPRICED CARPETS Just Added to For sale at WAYDOWN NEW MARBLE SNOW 43 45 Washington E GA N T C A E P E T S FOR THE INTERESTING TO THE JOHN Dl Has Just returned from where she succeeded In buying a very large and elegant Btock of suit able for her lino of She has just received by STI3AMEU MALTA ono Invoice of consisting of AND CHILDRENS FURNISHING HOOP AND CLOTH nt Very Low Novelties will continue to arrive by every steamer coming to Boston during the y 060 D WE INVITE ATTENTION TO OUR LARGE STOCK FINE DOMESTICBEAM BY THE GLOBE COMPANY JdCO Sparkling Burlesp Hy tlie Lydia Thompson ON THE SAME MONDAY The beautiful Domestic in 2 entitled tho CHIMNEY PETER COULDOCIC His first appearance at this With the Spectacular Burlesque Extravaganza of BY THE THOMPSON OOSTON MUSIC Entirely New in Pattern and MANY STYLES EXCLUSIVELY OUR OWN WHICH WE OFFER AT Lowest M T 1 1ST 35 1C BY TUB LYDIA THOMPSON TROUPE Will be given on at 2 AKD TUB USUAL MATINEE ON On and after this until further tho doors will open at and the performance commence at O S T O N ACTING MANAGER THIS AFTERNOON AT VA THE INCONSTANT the screaming farce of BETSEY gjpTliis at n Respectfully announces FOUR POPULAR To take place on FRIDAY October SATURDAY October SUNDAY October and MONDAY October The following wellknown named Artists will appear at all of the Concerts CHARLES Miss ADKLAIUE SliSB ANNA His first appearance since return from bis studies in WHITNEY AND THE BEETHOVEN QUINTETTE Their Unit appearance in First Violin H1CNRY Second Violin and Piano JOHN First Viola Sec ond Viola and Flute WULF ProRrniniiie of First LOYEJOY 14 Summer Barren as 1 Hiss Anne Clarke Dewlom On Monday next IhcQiiiSAT PRODUCTION of WILD RICH TT O W A B D Will be presented In magnificent with new new elaborate appointments and un approachable cost the Spectacular Bur 1CS1UC KING with all tne peculiar and novel includlnt tlie Grand March of the Insect nnd Animal the great Msnkey the Farondale California Character CourtrlKlit und Gilbert the firent London Miuurn tho Old Plantation Charles flowaril Miss Annie and all the Stars in the Grand Verdi Donizetti Kegnuva net Rhapsodic HongrolBO Liszt BUSS Per questa bella Cello liy Wnlf Fries Mozart Non Miguon Thomas MISS 1 Schubert BEKTHOVliN QUINTETTE Crown Diamonds Auber MOULTON and MISS Evening day B Gabriel Dlehl Weber Donizetti Chopin SchubertLiszt Schumann Verdi The WaldRCfinen MISS BEETHOVEN QUINTETTE Every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY JAMES Matinee Saturday an immense liifl Ireland As It WUK Kagced Concluding witil the treat Nautical Drama of thellrates Doors open and Grand Monday 21st at U in HOKTICULXUBAL tohe continued ten Choice music by the Germa niu nnd Ollinoree alternating each Admission to the Kelreshment KltEK to the Upper TWEHTYIIVE One UNDER THE Hella MISS 1ACK HOWARD Tickctn One Dollar to of the with re served for sale at the oillcc of the Doors open at 7 Concert at IAEVABD MUSICAL ASSOCIA GENTS FINE SHIR T S MADE TO IN THE BEST And Kcasimiiblc by HOYEY SUMMER WARNERS Merino HOVEY Have received a full assortmonl of this celebrated make of for Men and LADIES AND IN ALL SIZES AND SWEET HOME Home Season SOMETHING NEW UNDER THE LlOKDlinchiB whenyou thuue ill hour priir ot for Fifty Buiiuis anil o iill tukliiK llnuover away KNOW T H Y S E L P GALLERY OK 3d ViiiBliluiton omioBlte Hnvwlird fiturtliiiK ami thrifihis of ttie humi ill Health und Ojieii from 11 ti OLIVIA XOGrAJS rannot IIP engaged through Lecture IlureRUa for her Lecture on KiHccFsful Committees must adtireKS her in pcrpon lit 55 West Ninth ortkr to ellcct an K G L I S H C A N N E L COARSE SYDNEY ACADIA j ill 100O TONS NOW Vor Kile by HATCHELIEK 150 Ifderal Hi R I V A T E S C H O L JL Xi Charles Near may he EIGHTH TEN Boston Music On THURSDAY from 3 to K oclock on the followiliR ilates 7 mill 21 fc and M D j C nnd 27 Mnreh 13 and 27 April The IroeramincH will he ot tlie Frame high diameter us including various Over which will he heard tor Iho tlret time In The from fifty to Kixty accordingto the requirements of the various will he under the direction Of With JULIUS EICIIIIKHG at the head of the The ealc of Season Tickets remaining tiltor the Mem bers Guaranty will biKlu on MONDAY lit the Muslim Trice of with reserved to the Ten S I C HA LL BOSTON RUBTNSTEIN LAST ANI FAHKWiiLI SATVIJDAY Octoher at 2 The iiiiiiunte Kiiceess the tlrsl KUltlNSTUIN MAT1NEIS has induced Grau toannouneL1 a FAREWEZiXi PERFORMANCE for SATURDAY at a when thcjUOKT ATTKACTIVi 1KOiillAMMK ul se ries will be SI j litserved f i St and Hun he had at liox OLllce of Miialc TBI HE C O M M O E A L T g and Tyn dnlls WnrrliiKtmi on Oliio and Ieunsyl Society Notes Coirccponilencei Criticisms ia the COMMONWEALTH of tliif All dealers have ifi B E L L E V U B HOTE 17 19 lieiicoil LANDS IN ACRES Laud in Kansas tor sole on time and in lots to Huit lauds were selected ill aucl are in eastern and soiitlurn iur address OUR PRICES GrOCODS SATURDAY OCTOItUK m FIRST Now The DramiiMu Current SECOND Correspondence Letters from our own Correspondents In Ohio and Mis cellaneous Hungarian Fairs of Walter THIRD 1orclKii Intelligence An Archbishop on Church and State Poor Cabby Tlio lllahiip of Krmolnnd Poisoned by the Trllllontli of a Drop Knsterii Manners The Draining of the Zuydor Zee Russia Protestantism In Germany Historic FOURTH News in ISdltorluls The Electoral Stokes Inlund A Fatal Kdltorlal Political NotesLaw and the the FIFTH By Tflogrnph The Latest from all Sections by Special Out Peor Minor SIXTH EiiKliind Daily SEVENTH Naval and Marine EIGHTH Lowil PoliticsCity and Suburban liases are commonly due to ignorance or want of Thus AgtisslK stated a yenr or two ago that one of the practical men engngcd in it sent him a large num ber of all of which he found lo lie If they had been purchased by some enterprising and enthusiastic cultivator of the new he would have abandoned it at end of a year as a Involving a hopeless waste of Stone knows the science us well an the practical pro cesses of nsh His book Is simply an Invalua ble treatise on the being both comprehensive and His special topic is TroutBreeding but his principles cover the whole iucslon of the avtilicial of We have the slightest doubt that in a will rank among tho industries of the cheapen the price of At more or less Ignorance directs its prosecution and Ibis Igno rance Slone strives with nil his might to en At the risk of keeping some of our renders from church we announce Osgood have published The Poet of the Breakfast Ta ble in a handsome which Includes tho twelfth and concluding The readers of the Atlantic must wait a month for tho Old and for has been published by Roberts We shall notice nt length next THE Our Full Stock Is now Also a full line of Cleaveland WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 55 WASHINGTON Conveniently located for ImstneBB or OontalHB aiiartmeutn with lUTHiNO ami WATEB CONVEM1KKUKB IASHUNaiCK LLWIB RIOrA The finest Family Hotel and best location ill the Contains all modern Including Ilissau iltr Knroiieun Exiwikul HOMH for transient O U I H O TEL KltOAmVAY AND A lirstciasB three hloclts west of GllAXl same conducted on EU ROIiSAN and containing all modern Imiirove RAND S Bought hi New at n great loss to the will he sold very OUR Valencia Fine Molinir 34 1luld nnd Stripe Very Itcnl Jnpancsc Fine Great 34 BruHKOlo Part Silk ami Norwich nil Doulile llhick nnd White Japanese Hiehliuid All Empress All Double Lyons Best AA Merinos and Sublime Black Silks Black Silks The Best Makes at Gold Ouliiel Itlnck 21 CiiKlinicrc liluek 24 I Louvre IHuclt 7S PoiiHon celebrated Alhaiiibru Itlack licllaii Jiluck Ot lUmiict Jilack We have nluo on hand u uood llhick Silk Ior SI II and SI We imrchased our Silks direct from ilrst and are them at the importers Hold Real Lyons Silk Warranted 2H inches SB 50 aud We can offer Bargains In a few CASHMERE LONG and which wo know are worth double the we have 4 Real India Stripe Long 845 and We would advise every one wishing a Shawl to look afl we have taken tho ndvnntnee of the made our pur cluiBDB and we are olloring extra 1COO FINE SILK We have received a fresh Invoice of out JOHN Ladles inform un every day they are tho host and cheapest Alpacas In They have not only a critji but lire 31 inches Our prices are 37 12 HO cents nnrt O Ask for THE JOHN BLACK We shall open on the 17 til line of of this month n splendid ALSO PURS W every at the Lowest J C L O R I N G 26 and 28 Trernont PEMBEIITON SiyAKE H M E B JE AN INVOICE OK 4O TO 47 INCH BLACK FULLY 25 PER BELOW THE General Market WOODS C O T II I N OVERCOATS W I L M 0 T 121 T JAMES leHSees of thia Bpacious and elccant are prepared tj lease rooma at moderate rates to elimle aud families for the Fall and The reputation of the AMES is sufficient of its unquestioned eivollmice as a home for all who seek to share its The house embraces every modern facility and luxury or doimKtic A npREMONT The projirletorB of theTremont House direct pulilie connected with Entrance ou both Treruont and Jieacoii It is an attractive aud favorite resort for Oeu tltmen aud iu In to be the best iu the Its patrons lire served from nn early hour 111 the rooriiiUKUutll CHAPIN WASHINGTON P B I C E S F O B FINE CLOTHING lEiisinefifl itlack tur tzJiriiutitfc uo til in Styh JUKI aud cunijmr ijoii MGee CH4MBKKS 11 WKST Til O E N T L E M E N Jt FUBNISHIM THEIK OWN We Trim and Make at the fullowing iiricea Inuts and 50 10 I WOOI a3i VTartniurtou nett coor to Boston Tlie cl Woodt of NEW Lippincotts tor baa been received by Williams Tlio opening Illus trated article is entitled From the and Is mi interesting account of the manufacture of paper from The Philadelphia Ledger is printed on filch and all the transformation which the Ft raw goes through from the time It passes from the to the time reached the Philadelphia Fire side in the form of the daily are minutely in ease of Hie Ledger at shew winch way the popular wind Torpe A Mission to Costa Sketches of Southern and Minor are attractive The ninth chapter of Private Art Collec tions ill Philadelphia is devoted to I lie gallery of Professor Failman and contains acute and sympathetic criticisms on the pictures of Zlcm and other foreign Perhaps one of the most entertaining papers in the number is The London by Reginald with its sketches of two forces in London Lady Molosworth and Lady either of whom might be selected as lie heroine of a fashionable Of Lady the writer This ladys career is Of humble origin sho wns educated at the London Academy of Music for the musical and sang at private parties at There she married a elderly of good property and Temple lie died and left her a good and she then mar ried Sir He was a man of distin guished lint shy and It is goner ally would but for his ambi tloiiH have become a cabinet At his death he left her a lifeinterest in hc whole of his worth forty thousand dollars a By sheer force of character she has pushed her way to the highest pinnacle of fatmlouablo and people llftecii years would have turned up their noses at her arc thankful to be asked to hoi But those who aspire to the heights of fashion should bear well In mind the pendant to Raleighs Fain 1 But that J fear to If thy heart fail Do not climb at In common witli every other tlio punuilt of fashion has its Lady Molesworth has no doubt endured all sorts of snubs and which to the sensitive would be Homo time since she did a very wise Knowing folly it would be to attempt lo conceal every one that Bhdhad been a professional she boldly took the bull by the horns and sent a splendid do nation to the Academy of in grateful recognl tion of the great benefits received from Seated nt her splendid with the heir to the throne on one hand and some great potentate on the It must he curious for this lady to run back for an in stant to the days with a mean wardrobe and scanty she was eagerly working in the hope of earning her bread by her own The stories in the number are In he a thrilling narrative by Kate Putnam An Eve ning with a Almcos anil A Modern From the poetry we extract some due lines from a long Monody by George called forth by the death of his Bu chanan Motherland I Say to stricken with bewildering Where Is our that erewhile made Thy thy copses and thy shady groves Ring with his warblingH Couldsl then do no In way of than to dig a Where the slow river skirts the camp of Fer thy who sought thee from Filled with the love he ever bore to then the least thing of a wayside A field of a mossy a valo Humble and the great clasping sky That held thee fail within its pure embrace lie loved them and gave them Filled them with forms and living And made them travel on the wings of song Into the homes of strange and foreign Who neer with bodily eyes might look on Ah I what a what solace to his heart It might hnvo if with his dying eyes He could have seen the of his life Fade out behind the green lung rolling slopes And pineclad summits of his native hills Have heard the robin whistling In the bush Beside Home homestead of his native State Have smeltthe odors of his native flowers Come in like friends to wait about his bitil Have drawn his hist breath from his native And as sense all around His childhoods peace come back lo him again Instead of as an alien In thai halfforeign where the howl Of trade is and the devils feast Of gold is spread before neglected Heaven From weary morning until wearier eve Sweet are your O to mo There were the words as a votive Lighted the altar or his life For final Thrice sacred words With hem a spirit Hod whose every net Was vowed to to universal The law and issue of his gentle The last reward ami comfort of he hour Whin to his mortal visiun less und less Grew the rccidiui of the half in his lingering s nil reached And groped to feel tile touch of human low Steadied his fnitll on and rising tmk The scarcely brighter amaranthine In tin Monthly of the Nuvembcr Lippin tliele is u vivid by of the reception of the French liund nt on their return from the United Among the literary is en excellent review of ijl dicaling keen and warm apprtcinllm of George Eliots The Galaxy for November contains nineteen pa with the usual Scientific Mis Current Literature ami Rhodes contributes an article on The Dutch at Home DC a view of the life and chiirnt crof Gregory Carl lioniiin discourses on Publishers and Anthursj and Young at tempts to answer the Arc Americans yjsy Healthy than Europeans Then is also a very pleasing description of by n writer whose giuns no clue to her and by Margaret is perhaps the loo it striking pneiu in the The dories re The Way of the und Hall Saved from ihc nnd f My Received by i tho and tlnding llmt tho woman ho has stop by step lo is no other than Oabriello his own All arc eventually saved liut or LoniBO the idontifica tlon ia made with nothing more to live nho lakes the poison she had intended for the num proves to be her l dtfiriui i Iluu to Uneil and irow Secutury ul th in an i 1 Tr nit Them hy IMi Jhe uuthurU his anJ lii trial The j large vhcn its u fu t i one of lish cullun are very The GLOBE Iniupa will appoar this after noon in Uohiu nnd tliia evening in aimrt Iorthe of Miss Lydia who will niipear In hoth comedy nnd The hill to ho presented on this occasion in very and con BlslB of the HparUlinK little piece A Day scenes from und sccnen from lilue No doubt Misii Thompsons thoiirtiinds of admirers will Hock to the Globe ami lill its every cor Monday night the regular Benson will tmil will he signalized by tho Ilrst nppear mieo this of a eapilul nnd no lesn iiopulnr lie will appear us Peter Probity in The Chimney a peculiarly Bulled to powers nnd his characteristic The engagement of the Thompson Tioupo is to ho prolonged into tlio new and they will nppear in one of their most favored pres BOSTON This afternoon Unit line old piny The which wns so favorably received curlier in the und Betsey Baker will bo This evening Othello IB to he given with a of rare strength and general On Monday Wild which has been so long In is to he produced In n style of great character istic npproprinto scenery and appointments having been newly prepared expressly for the which will be placed upon the stage with n eoiiiplcte nesB it has never before Thin revival is to bring the long nnd successful comedy season to nn after IMoM will open his portfolio of and give them forth in rapid JAMES At the Shin Fnno will be performed mid an it und the nautical drainn The 1lrulon In the former will appear ns Hugged HOWARD King with Its unparalled display oC prlxe Its capital scenery nnd uflectt will he repented this afternoon nnd in connection with the customary olio which combines almost every feature of note in the variety sphere of The crowds Hint have attended through the week will doubtless he duplicated on the occasions above referred DRAMATIC Thirty plays have been produced at tho Boston Museum duilng the comedy season of seven weeks just nnd Kloldit splendid company must have uccn exceedingly busy with performances each week nnd rehearsals Sir ChnrleK Youngs new Mont nhout which the London press Is BO divided in certainly exhibits great dramatic flklll in the construction of the which Is ns follows The time occupied is supposed to bo n tho action is laid in the time of tlio llrsl whim lirnnoo wns under the and tho Introductory not commences In the library of the Chateau situated In the Jhe present Count do not boon homo for twenty not ho was u hoy of tun yearn We Irani from his old Urundin and and also from Ills volet that there aro certain family mysteries which account for Ida long It seems that the late count married a certain who died mysteriously noon after her second leaving one who never been heard of Ac cording to tho strange will of BertrnndH who hud adopted Berlrnnd as his none of the family lire to come hack to tho chateau until after twenty That time hits now and Bortrand rc tiiina to meet hiH Bister Marguerite and hiB two Henri do n gallant French othcer under Alexis up ILHU lias taken au unpopular Hide in wnHted hbt lifo lu Paris IIB n man of The Count according to the in structions of hiB nneleH now oponn nn old bu reau in the lihrury to rood tho contoniH of n packet which are l disclose the reason why the family have been so long exiled from their It confesses a crime committed by his having married nwife and found that her heart was given tv slew her in that very room nttlio moment he believed the proofs of her dishonor were The con fesfioii cndB with tlm legacy of this moral to his nephew Beware of passion A storm comes and in the midst of Hashes of lightning Alexis do Monlcalm arrives while n of n woman in seen hy appears liko phantom in tlie gronmlH seen thrungh the Alexis has only time to gasp out words avenge me Henri exclaims Wounded A shrewd Andre replies No poisoned nnd on this situation rapidly descends the When the second act coinmnices we are in a magniil cciif reception room at the handsomely fur nished und brilliantly lit up with glass iJilcgmatic Bertram is in though he still re members his solemn warning Beware ot pas sion Tlie enchantress is Louise who has ulbo her ardent admirers Henri dc fnr whom she manifestly entertains n decided prefer She is all warmth und and UortrundK frigid demeanor is distasteful to Marguerite meets with u suppressed exclaims that tact1 is tin fate of our identifying in Louise the features of the mysterious womun in white seen In the tlwt Further disclosures arise from the entiuiHo of Le hevnlier In society Louise Lavcrgne is only known as the widow of a who died Marseilles liut this sar castic chevalier knows much more of her IItells her that he has followed every link of her tltat Ik has bad a drip wrung t j and found in her the and lluvi she is known to him a Cabiitlli an always an and finally a is tlie eonvieUd poisoner of IKT Tile chevalier JTinMs on her as to IIJK KJumt of under tlie threat uf his she reluctantly The third acl nlUr a brief laid nt tlie gardens of the lo which Bortnmd brings liis Jhe doctor has likewise married bis old play mate lliidtho cunning Chevalier curries ttnt the next stage of his He brings a mis sion from the emicror lulling Ilirtrnnd to and for further leave of absence lor the young oiliccr who Is to lake charge of tinwife of BcTtrand dining the six weeks of Ids stay in Tin ic Mill Is seen in the lumdoir of the which H the fourth and threatens to nproduee the Klrcng but dangerous sltualLm in The pauses dinreedy on thethnsh Tin husband and detects ui d Utur written Ins wife to hisrnusiii he necuKS uf a breach ut iu I a duel is in ibc last which reverts to tin which fuinud the win t the Miatlers grow mure Ueriruui hu bis cunsln us the destruver liis lim stimulated by the eoustuiit ns f the lil e in tries ti him by misming the biis ufl n letter tii the eommisary t puiiee her ul being an tiaied At this criis the lier is by opening a seeut cabniel THE RUBINSTEIN A large audience was present at Hall last notwithstanding the unfavorable state the Tlie enthusiasm excited hy the playing of lUihliistein and Wieniawski was almost overwhelming in its honest Tlie gem of the evening was the performance Ot BeetliovcnH Krcutzer Sonata by tho two great artists just It waa a de llcii us intellectual and one that win long be remembered with pleasure by all who were fortunate enough to hear Such tcrly delicacy of refine ment of exquisite tenderness of feel and broad comprehensiveness of the composers we have never before heard in connection with this noble They brought forth treasures of thought hitherto hid den in itB From beginning to end it held the audience Horr Wieniawaki had an un expected opportunity to distinguish himself in the ditllcult and brilliant His E string broke in critical part of the but he did not fora moment and continued to the notwithstanding the trying dilemma in which ho was When the almost insuperable dillicnlties of the even with tho full complement of are taken into together with the fact that Herr Wicninwski wns playing from tlio brilliancy of his achievement may be better His of necessitated an entire change of as he had not the notes before must have been perplexing to i but every note was and but for a certain dul ncps of in tlie upper it would scarcely have been suspected that aught had occurred to embarrass It was an extraordinary feat of skill and and one with which Herr Kiibinsleln publicly expressed MB satisfaction by an approving touch on his brother artists We have nothing to add to what we have previously sold ot the playing of Horr save that the iuhenrd he more astonishing neetus In Its perfect beauty of stjle and It fasci nates tho whose admiration grows by what it feeds TJiu afternoon these tine nrllat will ap pcnr for positively the hist The following splendid programme is ollered llublnsteln Auton Itubinstein and Henri Hungarian ICsa Louise fur tlie Henri Lit lie bird so sweetly Allen Composed expressly for Louise Anton Chopin Beethoven Wienlawski Rubinstein lloliln lUick Louise Opus Anton Louise hi Henri y i Anton MUSICAL This afternoon the two hundred and fortieth con cert of the New Conservatory of Music will take phno nt Music and will consist of an organ recital by Bachs Prelude in E flat mi Adnjio nnd Vivueo from Bachs trio Sonata in E tint a UlirlslmuB by Rotters in 10 minor nnd nn Improvisation constitute the pro grimnue to he Carlylo Petevsilea announces a concert at We3 leynn Hall for this afternoon at one Miss Misses May MouUon and Swan and Mis3 Mnurer will The programme includes musio hy Liszt nnd and is well NEW MUSICAL We have received the following from Oliver Dllson Karcwcll to America by Johann Strains by Josef Strauss Joyous Life by Josef Strauss Flour dcs bluet te oy Clara Gotts chnlk At by Eugene Chassaig nnc Gotlsehnlk by Teresa Carreno Nor mill College by Benjamin The hy Fosuer The by Happy known as the Swallow Ambrolfc Thomiifl Tls to be by Hamilton Rogers Ave trio for alto and by Gilbert ever Keep me near sncrod by Frank Ablott Have mercy on by James Deems with the bonuio brown by lorliam Smoking comic hy Charles Connolly Besure youre seriocomic by Younker Carnival by Arthur CURRENT DCS Moines bus but one billiard They say that Illinois is drying the surface water having fallen several Four years in the penitentiary appears to he the penally for parricide in Oregon wives claim divorces because their husbaude will not wash the Weddings are the popular amusement in the Em jiiic city at innsniiths are offering thunderbolt rifles and shotguns for He who invented them must have been an electric A colored rngpiokor pervades the western streets of the much to the of the foreign cuif who regard him ns a black By the constant use of tursonp an eminent base ball player finds that he has immensely improved his hand for To make a boy a parent has only to re quire whenever he returns to give an ac curate account of his doings during his The my now that the illfated prince of Erie was killed by the hotel which fell upon him and crushed The lumber trade for tho season is drawing to a close iu with twentyfive million feet ot logs to winter One hundred bushels of mullet were caught in a single casting of a net in the Johns river the other el mice a industrious and con tented aie Kndhnidere from the sale of fragments ut the wreck of the Metis iuinid along the The nuunrous young English noblemen an iiouiii cd Imthe winter season in York an aiiMunsiv by yutmg and anx iously bv managing t hoott of the champion gorman dizer in the person of a after despatching a heaity pul away six oyster stews under hii i in m hour an a at u ladies and ho i slill j Tlu res nutliing half so sad in lifo us to retted how uuiny mothers twit their daughters to the tho and the mountains for nothing this The turtures sutlcred by these while tlic iiiute upon the bills for the are exei il was cxpcetcd that u wi be htvutht out at the luw bin ie uld remains uncha tia i lie tanners and lumbermen they they lhaii Mli e of liarnessiMj oven New lingland In Xova Sco Ke llieir by null Urger loads in the manner picvalint in this I A lleinitbutit M IKJ lay d zini am3Ug his and brusbes the utlu r w us thus a r you Abe uM bettel be agiUin Yoiireld tblds house has eiii ili tire and eleatl gjne Abe in ilicu Im if lainluul pail two novels last   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

25 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 145 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 19 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication