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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - June 14, 1873, Boston, Massachusetts                                SATUKDAY JUNE PEICE FOUR OSTON IH1S at POSITIVELY APPEARANCE of THE WIIXIAM HORACE Miss AUCE DUNNING and Miss DICKEY In the received with of LIFES And the new and immensely popular MNGARD THIS atJXithe Selwyn SCENES FROM THE with JOHN MISS ANNIE VINCENT and WI1LIAMS in the Tenny sons May by Miss BATE Selections of MISS ADAH THE CALIFORNIA BOX AND with RAYMOND and STUART B3P5 Carriages may be ordered for to IreinemlonB Great TWO DAYS NEXT GILBERT AND WARREN Engagement of JOHN with CHARMS RING MIPS ANNIE WIL MISS LAURA MISS AMY and the full strength aerBo8tonjanseum B either of these occasions seats may now be 17th of JuneTwo Grand Perform ances i in the Afternoon at 2 and in the Evening at The Sllter Spoon and My Uncles OSTON AUD THIS SATURDAY THE YOKES Ana RAYMOND and MACKAY Last time of the extravaganza of FUN IN A Preceded by the sketch KEEP MICAW Great BUI ToNightThe Yokes in the Nauti cal Drama of Black Eyed And their famous THE WRONG MAN IN THE RIGHT MondayThe Yokes In PHOEBUS FIX and THE Doors open at and beeins at 2 and HOWARD RICH A JOHN MANAGER LAST WEEK OF THE VARIETY Every Evening During the Wednesday and Saturday THE MARTEN SAM SHARPLEYS Combination of 75 PRELIMINARY Juno commencement of a special Dramatic when will be presented The Brilliant Operatic Which was being prepared for production at the GLOBE THEATRE at the time of the burning of that most beautiful temple of the called tho SEVEN BEAUTIES The Birth of the With the Original Globe FRIDAY BENEFIT OF SAM Horticultural THE GRAND EXHIBITION OF In the Tent on Boston will open on the Evening of the 6th At and will bo kept open on succeeding days Sun days executed until further The Tent will be open to the public from 8 oclock until and from 7 oclock until Admission during the day 25 cents during the evening 50 Music by the Germanla HORTICULTURAL Members desiring to visit the Rhododendron on Boston will procure their family tickets from the Treasurer of tho at the Library PARSONS Offer a large stock of the HARDY worked varieties of At moderate Many tender sorts are but these have been proved to be Catalogues on JJOSTON BASE BALL ATHLETICS SATURDAY JUNE Play begins at 3 Tremont street Tickctu at 681 Washington and at the g O S T O N A THE N JE U THE WAT COLLECTION OF EGYPTIAN The Museum of Fine Arts has on exhibition a large collection of at the Gallery of the BOSTON Beacon JOURDAINS MUSEUM having been burnt he takes this medium of In forming his friends and the public ID general that he lias already despatched telegrams to all tho European and has given such orders that he will be en abled to reopen on a grander scale than ever on or about the 4th of Due notice of locution will be JOUIiDAINS office for consultation at 61 Hancock street opposite the SUNDAY EXCURSIONS FROM ROWES Steamer HOSE leaves at 10 and for Kantasket Beach ana Return leaves tbe beach nt IX and 60 cents each Steamer JOHN EOMEB loaves at for a run out In the as far as MiNOTS Landing on her about 5 Fare M for the EATALTSINB URG KATALYSINE WATER IB the nearest approach to a specific ever discovered for Kidney and Urinary Diseases It restores muscular power to the It cures Liver Chronic Constipa Catarrh and Diseases of tbe General Debility and Nervous Prostration from Mental aud Physical It is the Greatest An tidote ever discovered for Excessive Eatini or Drink It corrects the promotes and Relieves the Head almost No household should be without For Bale by Weeks Carter Goodwin AND DKDGGISTS For a hlftory of the for medical reports eltEe power of the water over for marvellous for testimonial from dlnUuguieljed for WHITNEY General S27 South Front ing S OO E A N HOU OLD ORCHARD The having assumed tho management of this favorite Summor announces his readi ness to lease apartments by the WEEK or for Facility of access the finest Beaoh for Bathing and Driving on the New Englaud Coast splendid country combine to render the attractions of this Hotel superior to those of any In the The Ocean House is newly completed and capable of accommodating Six Hundred and is only three hours ride from by tho Boston and Maine and Eastern This House will be conducted in connection with the Commonwealth where all applications will be Transient 00 per COMMONWEALTH Washington OCEAN Old Orchard Jt CROCKER In the City of New This entirely new ana elegant house will be thrown open to the public on the 1st of It combines every modern convenience and the aim having been to furnish a Hotel for all seasons of the which can not fail to commend itself to the approval of tho most fastidious taste and the favor of the eutlre It contains 125 besides numerous elegant suites for and Is provided with and hot and cold water on each Two little steamers and a line of omnibuses run be tween the Crocker House and the Pequot House every guests in either house being permitted to take their meals in tho other without extra Registry for rooms now Address QTTER CREEK Delightfully located on the Rutland and Burlington on Otter in the midst of some of the loveliest scenery of the Green with charm ing mountain superb trout ttud a nota ble mineral spring in Its Carriages to and from the depot free of Airy a good Prompt and courteous are the rule of the PEQUOT NEW This farfamed resort will open for the soaeonJuno and close October It contains two hundred each supplied with gas and running Omnibuses and two small steamers ruu hourly be tween the hotel and the railway a distance of two Still Fishing and Driving are among the foremost attrac tions of the Landers from Now has been secured for the for music during the day and at the evening dances while a full Military Baua will be in attendance at the semiweekly The registry for rooms is now Address FAIR VIEW HOUSE will be opened June for summer This house is neatly with large and pleas ant well and is one of the most desirable locations in the Pine Tree It is situ ated outside of a pleasant on within a short drive of tho Fryebure where we have a daily North Con way nnd the white Moun tains beautiful scenery and a fine view at the sur rounding and small with excellent hunting and No pains will bo in doors or to make it Prices For further particulars apply to DEAN H E ASHBURTON Is now open and ready to entertain guests with Board and Rooms or Table by the week or Rooms in suit or single charges and every attention paid to the comfort of guests Corner of Somerset street and Ashhnrton place JAMES lessees of this epnolons and elegant are prepared to loaoe rooms at moderate rates to single gentlemen and families for the Fall and The reputation of tho JAUBS Is Dufflelent guarantee of its unquestioned excellence as a home for all who seek to share its The house embraces every modern facility and luxury for domestic Transient Board four dollars a CROOKEB R E E B R I E R WHITE WEST Famous for their ALTERATIVE waters and fashion able ore now They are 2000 feet above affording entire relief from prostrating summer Capacity for ac commodating 2000 PEYTON YORK MARSHALL Oponfor Quests June The locality Is exceeding fine Fishing and Boating facilities unsur with the famous York Sands but a short dis tance from tbo Coaches will connect with morning trains at Ports returning upon the arrival of the train leaving Boston at MARSHALL SJEA FOAM HOUSE NANTASKET A Firstclass Summer Open June Game and Fish Dinners served in private rooms at shortest EBEN Manager Formerly of tho Nicholas N und tho Parker CLOUD HOTEL BBOADWAY AND 4Zd A fustclass three blocks west of same is conducted on En ROPEAH and containing all modern Improve RAND Proprietors RIVER Pleasantly situated upon the White one mile from White Kiver and within one hours drive of Dartmouth College and Quechee Gulf also two miles from Tllden Ladies West The house has recently been remodelled and refur Board from six to nine dollars per Good livery connected with the PEASfG A 22 Congress A S S A B E T H O JJ S E t Now Open for Summer For pnre delightful scenery and pleasant drives It is unsurpassed byaiiy in New England labours ride from on Clinton and Fiwhburg railroad HJ A R I O N BUZZARDS Will open June 1G with their in search of healt economy and are Invited to visit Buzzards The attractions to lovere of aquatic sports are unequalled in New Eng PEPPERELL KITIEBY Will be opened for guests June A delightful Hummer Home for thusc seeking cool aud health beautiful eccnery aud quiet Leave cars at Portsmouth or KIttery For circulars describ ee address WILLARD HTDB Having thoroughly renovated and refitted this would suy to the public thut we are notg ready to re ceive permanent and transient We have as good accommodations as any house iu the country an experienced Your patronage will be so BELMONT On tbe European 135 AND 137 FUSTON And 28 Ann NEW TO WELL ISLAND JLJ from to Marhlehead steam yacht Mischief to Lowell The island is two miles and tho surf invigorating sea fishing and table cannot be Families accommodated for tho summer months on reasonable No Sunday excursion parties al lowed to land upon the Police regulations ensure good order and STET SON or Treroont OCKY POINT u RHODE SEASOKT OB1 ON THE EUROPEAN This well known nnd popular Summer Resort situ ated on Narragansett between the cities of Provi dence and will oe open for the reception of guests June To meet the growing demands of the the Capacity of the House has been in creased since last by the addition of a number of all anil newly A new Restaurant of an Increased seating capacity has also been Eight steamboats a from Providence and For Informatloninreeard to City N G L E S I D This delightful open at all is situated on the west side of the Connecticut miles from 2 from on tho Holyoke and Westflcld Four hours ride from Five hours ride from New Unequalled for its homo comforts and pure moun tain with one of the moat extensive and varied landscape views to be found In New Communication either hy letter or will receive HA T F I E L D MASS1NA On Raqnetto three miles from Lawrence will open Juno for reception of Ac commodations first The Hotel is entirely and has been fitted and furnished with every modern Good fishing The proprie tors have determined to present a house in every way worthy of Tho waters are highly recom mended by the medical faculty In wide range of dis Guide to Springs mnv be had of Haz ard Slh Address HATPIEL Massina Lawrence or Front KIRK WOOD SCABBOKO Oak This favorite Seaside Resort is now onen for the re ception of guests for the season of Beautifully rods from one of the finest beaches in Now fine drives and rooms large and gunning and The house is out eight miles from and only three hours ride from Boston by the Boston and Maine and Eastern Coaches always in readiness to convoy guests to the OTIS KALER addressOak SUNSET NEW This hotel Is pleasantly situated on Sunset and commands a delightul view of the mountains ana its fine location and comfortable rooms ren der it one of the most popular resorts for summer trav The house will be pen the 10th of For address the THE PIGEON COVE HOUSE CAPE will he opened June The house is locat ed at the extreme point of tho amid the finest scenery on the and is new and Six daily trains of the Eastern Railroad ore met at the Rockport Station by carriages that run to the ROBINSON M OUNTAIN Open from June 1st till November Situated at a high elevation on the eastern slope of overlooking scenery of great limited in extent only by the distant AMERICAN Conveniently locatedfor business or Contains apartments with BATHINB and WATBB OONVEIUBKOBS ELBVA LEWIS RICE SUMMEE CUMMER 6 k3 miles from with pleasant Liberal For man and wife or two elnjrle Application to be made to Arllng SUMMER at reasonable can heobtalnoA in a small private Charming with mountain 2Ji miles from TABOR East S U M M E R B O A R THE AT PAGE will commence her fourth season at the abovenamed This house is finely situa ted on biKh easy of excellent water Application can be made to 143 Washington FANCY HALF PRICE I Call and IVOBY AND SILK SO BO O75 IfiO 100 800 185 200 176 3BO aoo 400 3OO 6OO 600 Just Onehalf of the Uptown Prices JOHN PARTICULARS Model 12 TREMONT ROW 12 Kearly opposite the head of Hanover FOR HOUGHTONS 55 Treinont CLOSING OUT SALE having REDUCED THE PRICES on OUR Call the attention of those wishing to purchase DESIRABLE GOODS AT VERY LOW HOUGHTON 55 Tremont GOODS ALL MARKED DOWN AT HOUGHTON LACE flHE COMMONWEALTH including GANNETTS last Sundays Discourse on Tho COMMONWEALTH is always veiy and can be had of all dealers Saturday as well as at 86 BROMFIKLD ANOTHER FIRE NUMBER J SEE SATURDAYS JOURNAL OF TO REAL LACE LACE LACE LACE Entirely new and elegant designs just opened at SPLENDID BARGAINS Many of which are about Half f CUSHMAN 37 39 Have just received find will otter at retail on MON aud during the a magnificent line of RICH LACE AT EXTREMELY LOW Ladles are particularly Invifcetl to examine the Points at and Yak Laces w so very desirable and difficult to be per and PARASOL CUSHMAN ft 37 39 Temple TUST YAK 1OO PIECES AT REDUCED Winter HOUSEHOLD rp H E GREAT SemiAnnual Sale Will continue ALL GOODS In the wareroouiH will bo offered at prices which will secure a QUICK Being marked down Regardless of Wo are determined to close out to matte room for New Fall giving an opportunity to residents of this city and vi cinity to secure FURNITURE Ann At prices never before known in Boston Cunningham 298 WASHINGTON BY FOLSOI MAETIN Have Resumed Business AX STORE 17 Bedford Near Washington WITH A LINE OF MENS FURNISHING NEW AND GENTLEMEN Wishing to pay their expenses cume good watering place during vacation can receive particulars by ad FORD i 11 Broinfield SATUKDAY JUNE TODAYS FIRST A WaysWe Publications Human Select Orations of and the SECOND Letter from Vienna The Fire The Africa A Lost The Siberian THIRD Intelligence Proftross of Count Moltkes English China at the The Russian Baltic Threat ened Chinese Military The Carllst FOURTH In BriefEditorials Tho Prevention ol Tho Japanese Affairs in Tho Russians In rial and the FIFTH Telegraph All the Latest News from New the Old World and other hy Special SIXTH England News The Latest Events in New Mas Rhodo Island and SEVENTH Latest Financtal Intelligence in Boston and New News Naval Wholesale Prices EIGHTH Intelligence Deaf Tho Master Car Builders Inquest in the Hawaiian Manslaughter FOE THE BOSTON DAILY A WAYSIDE With long cheeked apron and a flaxen With saucy and round cheeks rosy A child plays by the door Just where the stone step elopes into the A bit of snnd sbo and wots and As In days The bees and flics go humming round her Brawn by the yellow bread and butter But never once heeds she Bright playmates for which she fools no As will she In some wiser When mud pies cense to Two bnro with little dimpled In btiliuy glee slio upward Two tiny hands she With mud pie oozing through her blackened Up to tho clean white threshold bold she And gaily raps and And says tho wondrous mud plo is quite She baked it neath tho hot tires of tho Beside tbo muddy brook And with a chip for she toddling Where smiling tho mud pie And hugo tho cunning MARIE LE NEW Human Longevity Its Facts and Its Fic tions an Exceedingly Entertaining Book Select Orations of Cicero covering tho En tire Period of His A peculiarly interest Ing Is one entitled Human Longevity Jta facts and Its which includes an inquiry into some of the more remarkable instances and suggestions for testing re puted It is by William Thome says In his preface Tho object of the present volume is to examine tho important question of Human Longevity from a plain coromouseuee point of For this purpose tho cases ITftiHIns Bttfl ebmo othorrepufed centenarians have been treated as nny other historical facts should bo OB far as they are susceptible of not one atom beyond In a number of recent cases have boon subjected to simi lar This gives nil necessary explanation of the scope and aim of tlie which Is capitally written and exceedingly Tho writer does not place a high degree of confidence in the stories of old Jenkins and the old Oountess of whoso respective ages are stated to have been ono hundred and one hundred and and ono hundred and forty years and It must be stated In all fairness that tho arguments used by and tho proofs go very far towards establishing his proposition that tho stories related of these phenomena are entirely But Thorns goes still and alms a tre mendous blow our popular f viond who Is contin ually dying In various parts of tho country at ages varying all tho way from one hundred to ono hun dred and twenty Ho will have none of John Smith who sees to fond without spectacles at the ago of one and peacefully expires In full pos session of all his faculties at ono hundred and He maintains that there Is probably scarcely ono per among those confident announcements which will boar tho test of a thorough Ho says Thoue only who have undertaken such Investiga tions can form tho slightest Idoa of the dllUnultlos which inquirers into tho truth of statements of this kind have to It is in vaiu to assure the parties that not tho least suspicion Is enter tained of their good faith and truthfulness and that all that is suspected Is an unintentional a con fusion between two parties of tbo same name the applying to one party of a baptismal or some other similar piece which relates to a totally different These and similar assur nncesurc pleaded in You bnvc doubted the truth of their which they know to be true but how they know it they would find It dlflicult to explain and 11 It is determined to pursue the investigation it becomes neces sary to apply for intonnutioii and assistance in same other Yet in strange contrast with tho fool ing of indignation so often manifested when doubt is thrown upon any canes of supposed abnormal longev Is the conlldcnco and recklessness with which tho most startling announcements of such cases arc given to tbo without the least preliminary and often without a particle of With this Thorns proceeds to de molish a number of familiar cases with the greatest relish and relying upon the truth of the verso from which he bas adopted as a motto for Ills book The number of a mans days are at most ono hundred Ho will not oven take monumental inscriptions as und thus dis poses of ono who has long been looked upon as a member of the centenarian Charles tbo celebrated is on the authority of the monumental tablet erected to his memory in the Church of Caveat Gar to huve reached the exceptional age of This docB not tally with the account given of him in the European where it is stated that his death happened on July at the great it is of DO But inspito of thanks no doubt to the inscribed Mack lin figures as a not only In all books re lating to such the works of Easlon and but in Catees excellent Dictionary and General where we read he died in at he patriarchal age of But he was not About the year 1850 the vestry Covent came to a consequent upon the closing of the to cover up the collins laid in the In carrying cut this the churchwardens came upon the coftlusof Mdcklinaud his be it remarked outlived him ten being only 64 when Macklin She the particular inscribed upon his They are as follows Charles Mack Died 11 aged 97 Bo the name of Charles Macklin must be erased from the roll of Tuomss book shows every sign of deep re nnd an earnest enthusiasm in the discussion brought forward by It abouodu in curious and interesting We iind that mural tlabs not only are lavish n the gift of additional as in the above cited but that they pilfer them as The following letter from the London Times is given as a case in The inscriptions on some murul slabs to the mem ory of several of my ancestors in a parish church in this country bave lately been restored and on a recent visit to inspect the restoration Imagine my feelings on finding it recorded UB a that a wlioeo fourth wife survived departed thisJitoin the llth year of his ago 01 had been converted into 11 From which it would appear thatothcr reproaches are to be added to tbo long catalogue of them al ready recorded against tho integrity of The render will find much food for and a large fund of amusement instruction in this vol which though it disposes of a number of famil iar acquaintances In a most summary manner must prove valuable to those for whom the question of tho duration of human life has any Wo live In an iconoclastic and after seeing William Tell Nero Jack tho Giant Kil ler turned Into n familiar Nursery Rhymes proved to be Aryan and Joan of Arc annihila we have no right to complain If our belief in Old and the popular centenarian be somewhat rudely The work Is published by Wclford and IB received by Williams Select Orations qf Ginn 4 Beacon have issued a very handsome volume containing tho Latin text of a selection of Ciceros covering tho entire period of his public Tho work la prepared under the editorial superintendence of Aliens and Is prefaced with a brief though accurate and discrimi nating sketch of the great orators and cnrlobod by very full and valuable which flll a largo por tion of tho latter part of tho Of tlie many oraticns of Cicero which have survive num bering upwards of fifty in the editors have se lected ten for presentation In the present In cluding an extract from that in defence of wherein his exile and return are referred Among the selections are theDefence of tho Im peachment of Pompoys Military the Conspiracy of the Defence of and the Fourteenth Each of the orations is prefaced with a succinct narrative In English of the circumstances connected with tho us an aid to tho elucidation of the The English notes upon the several orations give the argument of each and contain very critical remarks by the Here are to bo found many valuable suggestions as to tho orators forms of construction of sen tences and use of which must prove ot great benefit to tho Latin The volume appears to be eminently both in the selection of matter and the order of for the nee of students of tho nnd for those who would cultivate the graces of The stylo of typography is well chosen for directing attention to Important points in tho critical notes upon tho and the whole Is ac companied with a useful alphabetical index ot sub jects referred to In tlio orations and accompanying notcs MUSIC AND THE BOSTON This afternoon tho Uugnrds will make tholr Inat appearance hero for tho Tills evening tho longtalkcdof benefit for tho tho late Sclwyn will take by this is thoroughly informed regarding tho groat attractions that are to bo presented on tho ns a voiy general interest has beon takou in tho there is every slgu that tho house will bo filled to Monday and Wednesday of next woek promise to bo very by reason of tbo appoar nuce oC John In In connection with William Warren and tho stroMRth of the Museum On tho anniversary of the battlo ot Bunker two performances will be tho bill at both being The Silver Spoon and My Uncles BOSTON Tills afternoon tho Voltes family will appear In Fun In a and in tho evening In Black Eyed Susan and Tho Wrong Man In tho Right which latter will doubtless attract another of those vast nudienccA that hnvo been tho rulo here of Tltore will be a change of bill next which Is announced as tho last of the present engagement tuls talented On JVllBBlloalna will uproar as tho Good for and the family are to perform In another entitled Plicobtis1 HARHY MGLENENS The annual benefit of that prince oC good Harry is announced to take place at tho Boston Theatre on Saturday Juno Tlie bill to bo presented on that occasion is not yet made but our readers may rest assured that one of tbo best bills of the season will bo Wo need only hint that heretofore tho theatre has boon found too small to accommodate all who wished to be pres ent at McGlcrious and that those who desire choice feats must make early application at tho box HOWARD The performances this afternoon and evening wMl terminate the long and successful variety season at tble On Monday night will begin n special dramatic which IB to be devoted to tho performance of a brilliant operatic entitled Tho Seven or tho Birth of the which IB to be brought out In a stylo of great and with a regular dramatic MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC Mention IB nmde ot a forthcoming autobiography of Matilda Janauscbck bas taken a cottage for the sum mor at A play called by Do Lson of the Mobile was produced at McVlckcrs on the 2d of a wellknown actor of the Bouflts has died of an illiioss which hriB for some time puet kopt him from thu A by Emllo Bcrgerat and Armand entitled Ango is In rehearsal at the Paris The Strauss concerts have been commenced In and several American airs are nightly em braced in the An operatic hy a young Oclglnn of tho Trlconio Enchantc of Tnoophllo hue been given by tho Cerele Artistlque of Tho Musical Standard says tbat English opera is to be given at the in tho under thu management of J t IB announced that tho bureau of tho Paris which hitherto HUB been at the direction ot tho Beaux is uow transferred to the Ministry of tho In Lotta returns to during tho an 1 will resume her professional commencing at In She will bring several new pieces with At the Royal Theatre of last 278 per formances were of which 77 offered the works of classical Goethe was 13 Lcsslng Schiller and Shakcupeare In ooneequencc of n contract entered into between Porto Martin and llosttln of the this latter house will every other a theatre for The Crown Diamonds is announced to bo in re hearsal at Coven t where the part of Catarina will be played by AmbroUuTltouub Hamlet is also in and Albnnl will play the character of Anew theatre has been opened at with considerable the Parishm Minister of Fine Jules taking part in the proceed The new has occupied three years In will bo used for operatic perform and Barney the popular Irish have returned from after a pro longed Oil their way they played very successful engagements in Dublin and They will spend the summer at their At the Bristol Musical under the direc tion of Hcrr in October Mac farrens new John the which was no unaccountably withdrawn from the Gloucester will be Miss Lydia Thompson returns to Aiucrici in Au gust with a new Harry who has so long been a member of the Thompsou organi gncs to Wallacks this to take the place of who will At tho intcrnatiooal coucress of the Flemish language and to be held in in tbo new Do Oorlog by Pierre cue of the leading oom poeers of will be executed tor the first Augusts Maquet IE the newlyelected president of tbo des uattmrs et compositeurs drarn and Edmond About are vicepresidents and Cadol and At the Bouffcs Leon VnBBeurs new oneact with Mcsdames Judlc and and In the chief has been as was also the Pattes tho music by Laurent do snp portcd by Georges and The piece Is the same kind as Les Deux With tho close of tho present Edwin Booth terminates his career as manager of a he will confine unembarrassed by ho responsibilities of vast to the duties of the The retirement will be regretted by all who have Identified Booth with the drama In Its highest and best Der Frcischfitz has boon revived at the French and received with much favor the hunting as calling down the applause of the whole whilst the Invitation la so charmingly orcliestred by was greeted with enthusiastic Tho concert which waa held at Covent for the benefit of the family of the late brought In Fattl and Albani were tho principal and they and all tbo other per formers were In who is the prlma donna at Drury Bent a check for for a Booth has purchased La Feinme do Feu directly from the The lead ing person of this play is called tbe woman of fire because of a peculiar phosphorescence which eman ated from her body when she bathed by moonlight in the sad sea It sot her numerous lovers per fectly crazy and lots of rows May the celebrated Richard was sixty years The day was observed In Mu as by concerts of Wagner Some enthusiastic admirers of the maestro on the some day had a slab affixed to tho house at Loipslc in which Wagner was recording the event of his At tho in there boon a revival of the Fils du a drama in five acts and eleven by Paul Fcval and CCho from which Is taken the Is a his tory of Germany with a grand accompaniment of legends and from tbe banks of Rhino and tho Black The receipts for tbo Parisian during tbe month of afford a curious indication of the direction of public taste in At tlia bead stands tho with tbe Fillo do Madame an took up wards of francs next comes the with francs and after tbat the Theatre with Last on tho list oC tho principal theatres comes the tho receipts at which reached only the small sum of who recently was well known and a great favorite in the Parisian theatrical He was afflicted with as Is often tbe was much dealer than ho One day a friend played him the following trick Seeing him ou tbe opposite sldo of tbo Rue the practical joker placed bis hand to his month and pretended to shout to the deaf man at the top of his but without lotting a sound escape Pelicle hurriedly crossed tho Dont make Bnch a my sold you will attroot every bodys In honor ot the second centenary ot strangely by tho Gomedlo director of the Matinees him given a scries Ot representations of the works of the groat together with a play by entitled La Mort de Tho which has little special presents the deathbed of to which he was removed when seized with during a performance of La Malade Imagin Tho dying poet IB surrounded by his his family and two Slaters ot vfhose presence may bo assumed to Indicate that the severity ot church towards the player had toon Durnaliie played Tlio Tlicntro Royal at was burnt About ten during tho rehearsal of a new La Vorglno del one of the scenes cnugbt nnd Ina few minutes tho whole of Interior of tho building was one shoot of Tho boxes and everything but tho outer walls were There was a great panic among the popu who left tho town In owing to the vicinity ot large depots but happily no loss of life is believed to have The imvnl and military and a number sailors from the Austrian frigate In exerted themselves to the utmost In suppressing tbo Tho GovernorGeneral ana officers command ing corps and regiments in garrison were throughout the encouraging their lu preserving The London Athenrouin has tbe following appre ciative notice of llerr von Billows playing of Bee thovens Bonnta lu C Ill In tho playing of tbls most intricate von Billow proved that there was no exaggeration in tbo judg ment passed by the leading critics of tbat bo bus given new Ufa to tbo pianoforte compositions of both for the concertos wltb tho sonatas and other chamber Czomy for eomo that Ill was a work of earlier date than the number imports but this no tion Is not Ironic out by tho sonata which un mistakably has tho characteristics of Beethovens third the works which were so long pro nounced to bo Incomprehensible von Billow rendered the complications of the sonata wonderfully clear not a note was lie was closely followed by some observant with copy in not a point remained Ho gave prominent force to all tbo appogglaturaa in the running BO much insisted upon by following tho maxim of the Bonn and accelerating or slackening tbe tempi us tho peculiar accentuation Tbe entire reading was sympathetic and sibility was evinced In tho lingering and power displayed In tho The technical skill was combined witb instinct and and yet all Imaginable intricacies were Interpreted with Hccmiug Tho ball rang witb tbo cheering at tbo clone of the and throe times was tbe performer called on to appear on the orchestral plat foim by tho vatt which Included mans lending Irofcsboi sot the CURRENT Little girl at the breakfast table this is very old butter Ive found a gray hair in Beautiful milldog drive away dull from tbe minds of the Saratoga Rock salt Is used to compel exuberant youth to respect old ngo In It is administered with a shot They call it naivete in Scranton when a young while wnitinc for playfully places spittoon on the A Chicago taper tells of a couple who married iu that city after three bourn but doesnt explain why they waited so Dover has a negro who can correctly measure al most any distance with his He instantaneously decides how high a chicken Blocgs says he was almost knocked flat the other day by suddenly reflecting that neatly all tbe pretty girls are but incipient Sonic one ought to have been at baud to say Dont swear to the A lubama burglars who worked three days at a safe aud found only twentynine cents in Young ladies who have red hair will be interested to learn that hair made from the bark of tberedwoodi tree hiis been uud will soon bo in tho A Memphis lawyer fell down while tbe other It will render the case clearer to say tbat aii inkstand thrown by the oppoeiiiK counsel bit hlin uet before ho A tin wedding was lately observed after a rather unusual Tbe wife eloped with a taking with her all the tin she bad saved iu ten The discovery of ber absence clowd the The Hartfoid Post bas tbe follow log it em aboat one of tbe city fathers If by eomo mysterious dfaipen sation nf Hwlitscuek tft tbe Sixth ward should be struct it would ba of but his feUowooancUmeu would en deavor to endure the calamity witi becoming resig Full an boar of the three hours last wag occupied by his everlasting   

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