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Cincinnati Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - May 16, 1878, Cincinnati, Ohio YOL lOl-r-NO. 117.THUH8DAT MOBNING. MAT 1878-TWELVE PAGES. PKICE FIVE CENTS. ’.'1! MUSICAL FBSTIVAL. TUllkD BDEjnUL ( MUSICIU. FESTIVIL CoMWtiWis siVttOP.M. HatiMeat t P. M. Doan of Hall apoi tsa how hotew eaeh catertaiamoat. PROORAMMC3. TMUBBDAT AFTBMOOM, MAT lA Dnflnhhwl 03nnsboap....~~.~...~.----- adtabart Alkgfo tBodMmto. AadtnH OOP moto. OaCHEBTRA Azte.-ln dlMD bdl’ten HaUmi." Flats_____________.TZ_______________Jlottit Mr. H. W. WhlOMp. ArlA-PsDslops ««sTincs gsrnsBt (OdjMMis).JDreh MiaBmins Cmneli. Ails-Cojat Animsm. Stsbot Mstec-------SúMint Mr. ChrMtten PritKh. Cspprtcdo, Op, 4..  awwkntr •    ORCHBBTRA. Arls-**Bsposs In Pesos*’—Frldolln........Jtsadcfrer Ma. A AUos Oa^ nmRMlSBlON. IsleedoBS from Lobsogrin  ------ .Wscnsr VonosU...............ORCHESTRA Lobsngiin’s Disckisare sod Depsrtors, Cbsrles Adams. loTltation to the Dance  .....    Wsbsr (Adi«ilsd for OfelMstra bj Hselor BsiUos.) ORCHESTRA. Rsdlstifa-AwsksSstamla. )    „    ^    . V Ssmsls.........Hsndol Aria—Hsoos, benos away,    J Mim Aanls Loolss Csry. MlBOSt ............- ..............—Jocehmlnl STRINO ORCHESTRA. Boof-Ths VsUsT ---------  Goaaod ««. 0. TsfUapletia. ..Laos. ..Jkpnlssttl Mra Osgood. Miss Cmaeh, Adams, Fritseh, TbcUspioda, sad WUtnsy. thubsdatTmat 1A Cboras-^Waeb Aof,*’ Id Aei-Die Meistar slnger ..... ....Wstmsr .JsstbOTsn OHCtUBTSA. Oottsrdaamsnmf .. Mlflilsd’s Death.......... "Bmimbilds.” „Wsgner .....................Jlnals. Mme. Pappsnhslm. INTERMISSION. Brmphony No. fD minor, op. 125 Beetboren witn final ehoroa to flohillsr’s ode. ‘Hran of Joy.’ Orcbsstra, Solo, Qnartet, and Chonu. nssTrAor. Allegro ma non troppo nn poco mostoso Sebeno. mollo rirsoe. Adagio mollo e canubile. SBOOND raor. RedtatlTe, Solos, Ooartet. and Cboma Mme. Psppenbdm, Miss Cary, Mr. Adams, Mr. Rem-merts. PBIDAT ATTBBirOOM, MAT 17. Prelada,) Choral, -Adapted for Orchestra by J. J. Absrt^Bseb Fugue. . %SS»»SS>SSS»— .Handel Weber ORCflZSTRA. Aria-Nsaeesl bosco. Miss Louise RoUwsgen. Aria—Der Preiscbats.______________ Mr. Christian Frltscb. Orertare-Sakuntala  .......  Goldmark ORCHESTRA. Scene and Aria—AbecbeuUeher—Fldelio...BeetboTen Mms. Eucenls Pappenhiem. Selections from Die ICdeteninger  ....Wagner a. Monologue, ) h. Cobblers song, v .....  Mr. Piani Bemmerti. e. Quintet, j Mme. Pappenbelm, Mias RoUwsgen, Msasis. Adams and Frltscb.    ( Bide of tbs Walfcyree  ..-.Wagner ORCHESTRA. INTERMISSION. Selections trom Manfred. aOrerture, b. Interlude. e. Inyocatlon of the Alpine Fay. ORCUEmA. Bong—Die Loreley........................ Him A Allae O^Md. Oaratina-LaJuiTe .T,------------- Mr. M. W. Whitney. Aria—Abu HssMn. ..Jcbanmnn OJast Halery .......      Weber Miss Annie Lontae Cary. Besupade.........................    Sobubert Sig. G. Tagliapletia. Scene and Quintet—Bailo in Mesebenu...—...Veidl Mia. Oagood, Mim Gary, Mesara Adains, l^llapetra, and Whitney. -•    - FBIDAY, MAT 17. Miaaa Solennis..............  Llsst Compoeed for tbe'l,000th Anniversary of the Ostbe-dmlofOiaalnHunganr. (First time in America) Miue. Pappenbelm, Mlai Bollwagen, Mr. Frltscb, and Mr. Whitney. CHORUS, ORGAN, AND ORCHESTRA. INTERMISSION. ROMEO AND JULIET. Diamatle Symphony, op. 17—...-..................Berilos Mim Gary. Mr. Adama and Mr. Remmerts. > ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS. PIAMOS. STEINWAY A SONS* ■BPPI PIAN08.--The Stand-vTbíTv ard Plano of the worM. A wmw large eleelE of €>nHldl^ PprlBntiL and Squares. aOW.itii. SMITHANIXON. It AMUSEMENTS. OPBMA^OVBB ¡to-negMt. MILES A STEELE ........  -..Mansgem. LAST NIGHT BUT TWO the Master Band of the World, Barlow, WUson, Prinrose A Wsat’i ^    Minstrels. The King Banlolst of the Woild, --AM. HALL-- ------------ It.,-...... ATAR PERFORMERS--------.:....19 New Songs, Dances, and Jokea Every Evening and Saturday Matinee at 1 Beeors seam at Hawley'a IM Vine SC    it FIRST ORGAN MATINEE. Saturday Afternoon, May 18, aji p. M. GEO. E. WHITING, Orraalst mss ANNIE L. CAB¥, Tocalist. MME. MAKETZEK, Ha^ GEORGE NGHNEIDEB, Plano. AdmiSBioB,90 cents. Secured seau without éxtm charge at John Church A Co.*a    it dom of May Musical FestÍTál fiSÁHDSOCUrÉÜTEBTÁnmNT AT THE LOOKOUT HOUSE, SATURDAY, May 18, 1878, Tendered to tbe Members of the Fsnlval Chons, the Commencing at 8 o’clock p. m. with a Matinee Concert and to condnde with in Evening Concert, Fireworks, and Dandng in the newly erected Lookout Opera Home, Admlsdon for friends of memben, SO cents. mylS-StMThS Wood’s Xlioator... WM. JACKSON................    Maaager. Weduesday. Thursday. FKday, and Saturday , pjgbts, and Saturday matinee, UNDER THE OASUGHT. Popular Prices' Parqnet and Pram Glids, We.; Dal«e^Me.{GaUff7.lOu    mvlWt DMKSS GOODS, Au. / \ Imported Suita at Half Price GEO. LEWH^& Sm. ntdi snka In nil thfi uMbws of 91-mnAo. Teffllnrt. PoMon*s. aaá Gniaet’s nunnaetnrq ow own hnportnSlee, nt prioes lower than tho hmo gooSn hnvo Ww nM for twenty fonn. GEO. LEWIS & SONS. HM NevelUee ta Drew Goois. A neontlfnl sU^ ef Millinery. Cemplete Hneo of ChMren’t EaKs. Linen u4 PerenkNnlta at low priees. Drois Tiiawiagi ml TriMwliq Lneot. Dressauiklnf n meeinlty. Fnll Itaft of LflAlM* Underwenr. NhottnnA Ehnwlo fai erery style. GEO. LEWIS & SONS, 116 West Fourth Street, Rnnninc tkrongh to Emery Arcade, store 30Í31S Feet. / HATS. HEiBuikbaÉ&Co., IMPOBTEBS, 113 West Fourth Street, Sole lepceasntatlves In dndniiatl for .no V "“^¿•¿““•“‘^“•'■•iLondon. DunIs.pACo.’a}M^York.. FIFIH ATENUE AND BROADWAY STYLES. Umbrellns md Walkinf Sticks. Martin’a    Burlington    Arcade, ,    London. HAMMOCKS. Sea Island Cotton. Each tasted at over 1,000 lbs. It MILLINERY GOODS. Ifew Straw Bwd MUllBery Ck>ods ft>r the lUUIoii. J-. -WJE3BB, m.. fine Frenek Chips, H Uans, Lefhom, and Straw Hats and Bonnets. Fancy MHUaery Silks, AU Colon. No assortment to comparé with it anywhem, in ele-gauoe, quality, or extent Ckoioo NoToltios for Hay FofittraL Fine Feathers aud French Floweis, Rosas, Two Tone. Feather Edge, aud Groa Giain Mbbona, aU at Popular Prkea Purchased for taah, and can not be andersold. Agent for Domestic Paper Patterns. 3"..    an.. 104 Fifth Stnet. '•! INSURANCE STATEMENTS. Amazon Insurance Co 360 and 863 Tine St ^^StoekholdersIndÍTÍd-— nally Liable.” €Bsh Capital SorplMS • eeeeueeecesM eeueueeo ••••••••o •••set 6300.000 00 347,707 75 Total' AMts.........6647,707 79 LlabtUtles, InOlndlng Belosorance...........6163,967 15 Hot Aamts •eeeeeeeuea 6505,300 60 DIREOTOR9. RahertvitebtU. George Fox, Ganam Gano, E. C. Middleton, Chai. Robaou, T. M. Snowdon, 8. H. Taft Jr., John Bam, Wm. O. Williams. C. A. O.Adse, E. P. Goodnough, H. A. Langbont Thos, J. Einery, Wm. Snmner; C. O. Tanner, J. M. Waters, Robert McMicbael, K. Q. King. OAUAM GANO, Freeidema. J. H. BBATTIB, SuerKMy. myl6-2tThS EXCHANGE TICKET OFFICE. MUSICAL FESTIVAL KXCH.A.MGIB TICKET OFFICE. rtlHE undersigned bm been appointed by the Fssti-A val Committee to EXCHANGE and aell EXCHANGED TICKETS for tbe Muaicai Festival. Penona having season tickets and wishing to dispose of the coupons for anyone or more entertainments will be paid B 80 per coupon for the same by the undersigned. Reserved Seat Tickets wUl be issued (or eoupons thus received, and will be aold at 12 each, by PETER O. TH01I50Y, myl4-4t8p Arcade BotAstoie. 17V ViaeStcaet INMAN LINE, . ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS, nMgaiScvat partMB ts. are aaMUgtlM •St OB the Atlaatk. Tlw aiebed, ____ ap the whole room* are aaiL leMt Boite aad b.4.«M OITTefBROOKLTNAMl eteaawte. beilt ia watertlimt coai-wtheeCroiiaeet, largest,aadhwl- eaipoae are laxanoaeur fa r lied aad veatilated. aid take The priaefjal state.  J the castoes. where Alt aad are replete with the idehipe. forward of the „jU aioUoB I» telt, aadai. . ^.... ...... every eoaifort, havlag all latest Issproveawate, dwaNe hertus, electric belle, etc- ThecaiwaeluMalwapebeea a ipecialtr of thie Llae. Led tee' cabins and bathreom*, Geatteeiea’s saioklm and bathrooai». Barben’ ehops, piaaoe, librarle^ etc., provided. The Stecnwe aeceoi-BMdatMUcaa aot lie excelled. rcMensen of tkto claes wtlHM their eamfort aad pnvacy partlcalarlp stadied, aaqthftproTitioaiag aasurpaswcl. For ratee of msiaus wiSr^ow /tel? w&Bmlj» uW.ttLU. anau ex ' aad eMiar iaibraiitiioa. ai toL-mnmn OieeiaaaU. DRY GOODS, Ac. L\ ANNOUNCEMENT. JOHN SmUlTO & GO. OFFER MANY EXCEIXBNT BARGAINS IN EACH OF THE RETAIL DEPARTMENTS DURING FESTITAls^ W£KKe SpecUltlM Ib 80kB,DrM8 Goods, SkBwls, Fiio HoBlery, Laces, and Houekeofiiif Goods. It SBAbVLS. Opening To-Day FOR THE MAY FESTIVAL, EwsniDH aad'Openi SZXJX.’WXjS, ETBNING AND OPERA CLOAKS. G»AIVI> DISFLAY OF rTlBf Wraps, ScBrf Clstfi SMOMMCS Mnd TbIbms, . .. TMOS. LITINGHTOlf A CO.’S, IMFOBTEBa AND MANUFACTURERS, 118 BBd 130 West Fourth Street. SUITS, Ac. SPRCIAX. DISPIAT AT THOS. UTINGSTON A CO.’S Of |[issES' a1^ cmDREirs White Pique mud Iduen 23 3R.X3 SS£3Sp MÍ8866* and Children’s CLOTH SACaUES, BOTS^ KILT SUirSg AT THOS. EimicMrroir a co.’s, DCFOBTEBS AND MANUFAOniBBBS, llSmdlfiO West FoarOi Street, NEAR RACK. DCFOBT ¥■ HATS. BÜBKMABDT, The Mutter, 118 W. Fourth St., Ifeur Baee. it CARPETS, &e. GEO. F. OTTE & CO. OFFER A Special line of Body Brussels at $1 10 and 25 per yard. 300 pcs. Tapestry Brussels at 7^. per yard. 500 rolls Extra Supers at SOandOOc. And a special line of Cheap Ingrain Carpets at 35 to 50c. per yard. Cheap Window Shades and Lace Curtains. GEO. F. OTTE & CO., 133 Weft Fourth street. my15-2t BET. RACE AND ELM. PAPER HANGINGS, dke. Camargo Manafaeturing Co. 47 WEST FOURTH STREET. Paper HanMlmgs, indow H Wi Mliade4. New and apedal darigns for interior deeoral Paper Hanginga, f*om exdurive styles of Cbrfo_____ Drimer, London. Fpll lines of the oelehnted Louli A Leiumef Papers, fofstiier with all gmdaiq ^eap goods, at low mieea An tgamluaSon pies will affited plmaaio.    / H. H. ^BENHMAN, Flro|Éi6tor. FESTWfL r    -F.- Tbe Second Day Snrpassee the Olories ct the Kist Cineiiiiiatl the Acknowledged Leite* hi luflie. CulUvuted PraiMe Fl«ek Hither IVom All Purtsofthe Country, And Are Unlvocdl Á Praise of What Is Set Before Them. A Mutlnee Fnll of Mnsicul Gems. Magniflceut Performaoos of tha Messiah. Mosle Thit Moved tke IndleRee Beyoad ike Power of Deseriptloi. Seven Thousand Entranced Listeners Be-main Till the Close of the Concert BrlUimt Saeeess of Mrs. Osfood, Miss Cary, md Mr. Wkltiey. Ar Efealiif LoBf To Be Remembered. % The moond day of the feetlval eloeed with a fnror of enthoitaam quitedlSbrsut In character fmm that •^leSooSfcO^jñoufiatagwigtjk Then there wa a feeling of perfect aatisfactioa at the inanfuratton of the new Muslo Hall, m perfect aa a nutshell in Ito interior appeaianee, and u majestic as the noble use for whldt it is buUt in aU itsao pecta That reposa of pure content which cornea oí the ^prehension of perfection filled every one who mw the interior of Musio Hall, and beard its voldng (A the muaio. It was natural that the first night, with this fseling and with the excitement of the dedication ceremonies, should lead enthusiasm in the direction of oonstderiDg the aooompllshment of the magnificent fact—the Muaio Hall—and of doing honor to the modcat old man to whom its existence is dua Theiafon a broad view wlU not find cause for comiriaint if this tendency did have the effect to draw out tbe programme to too great length, and thua daatroy to some extent the eflbct of the musfo Certainly it had a depressing eflbct to we soorw of empty seats befora the eloelng symphony was half done. But tbe work of the evening had been completed, and there was time for mnsio—undisturbed mosto afterward. That time' came yeetor-day.    Tbe morning    showed tbe    city full to overflowing with vislUns. All the hotels bad been crowded the night before, and no one could tell where the arrivals of yesterday could find lodging, Hundreds were aowmmodated in private famiUm auiong frienda'wlw aiu mure proud to have such an entertainment to oflbr their vMtora Still more pnzsling was the question how all these peonle were to get into the Music Hall, and that remains nnsetfled. There seems to be no limit to the ale of admlwlon tickets, and so far as it appeared to one Inside the building, every body who bought a ticket found some place to stand. There must hare been w many people standing in the dreai drole as were sated. A Ittftr number were crowued around the walla down in tha auditorium, while all the standing space In the balcony was packed. The matineewas almost as fully attended as was the opening night But last night, certainly it could be aid the hoow was full Hundredsof ladies were there without reeerved aata, old ladles who ordinarily could not be suppoeed to be able to endure such an ordeal as standing in a densely packed crowd for hours, subjected to the swaying and moving that must ensue when anybody had to pea in or out Ladies who were brilliantly dreaed formed part of the standing audience, showing that pride had no aacendency over tbe desire to hear the Messiah, by this chorus and orchestra and soloists in this halL The significant fact aboot it to that there ladles, old and young, actually endured, apperentlr with ptoasure. thea dtooomforto. which under ordinary eircum-stanoM they could not be induced to uadergo. and remained till tbe cIom of the final chorus, among the most enthusiastic people in the bouse. Of GouTse there were young ladia there who couldn’t think of goingjinto such a “horrible" crowd, but Who could stand at an open door, close behind the listening crowd, and discuss what Ur. Jackson aid about tVbr tickets tor to morrow, and when they were going to teir^ tM with Miss Jenkins. They had good strong voicM, and used them as If they were trying to drown Mrs. O^ood's tones. Now the agopy of the listeners, who wanted to bear Mrs. Osgood and who didn’t want to bear thea nla young ladies, may be imagined, but con not be a^uately described. Moreover, tbe woman wai there with her two small children. Mary, five yean old, and Johnny of three yean’ maturity. They had no seats, but they bad tongu«,and they bad a good, kind mamma, who every two minutea aked Johnny if he was tired. This also wap vexatious, but it had an end. for Johnny finally dldadmit that he wu tired, even of tbe “Mealah.” and be wu promptly taken away. These are amplaot the annoyanoesendured by only a few of the greai audience. Perhaps one hundred people in seven thonand were tbe suffer-ers. How different frbm the old Expositioa Building, where half thp' audience WM at tbe mercy of thea disturbers of the peeoe! In this Music Hall thea immeua ondienca can gather, remain, and dtopera with no dtoturbonce. Tbe .tfatlaco. The natinae yesterday wiss designed most nnqnat-ifiedly snd singly to pieaa. Its character, nothing ineoamoit with what weoalla musical festival; it wasapraulareonmitin which old favoritos were rebearsfd by wlo singers and the orcbeeta to the keen    enjoyment of tia audtonoe. It had a    anattoaal fatnre whtoh WM ifieaant    rather than startUniJy a^ ttotfPt-Mr. Thonaa’ violin alo in the arrange- iBsio rivni the great nastets 01 tito VKBta wboto we /have beard, but perlape nobody in the ball knew bow much skill he posteases. He produced a splendid body of tone and stitted np the audtonoe to much applaase. Madame Fappenheim sang her best in the hackneyed aria irom Meydrbeer’s ’’Robert,” and soe-ccedcd in galvanising it into new life, though almost anydUier acdectioa wonld have been preferable. She suffered By comparison with Mia Cary in the duo (roa loirinl’a “Stabot Mater.” Mr. AdOsu anghto aria from ”(Kwioa” finely, ookffif. IkgUo-ptotia homatcd btavoa and long oontfaraed appUna bvhkiwttMtoatlettMriai M ”Lw Raawas.” It waeaptoMattareoMaobatwuMtha lattvoleoo- ■r. £00000*1 mnoifca obont the obna el lottvea wen very timeiy. If the opeoiag eoaesrt ol our festival wm nagnifleoBt and yevtset,u newspopere !■ *U its dsportacnta, then there to no huaan scale with which to awgre lha ol liat Bight*! peftoraoaes, for iMwesn tho two there woa a dURirenee like anio that between earih and Jaaven. It to a giatifyiiig fact that the cnlalnottoG of all the snecsssa of three torilvalBwaalntlaperfocwmaceofthe aoO perfect Toool work ever written; It wiR nark tbe dlflbrenoe between the choral conaposftiooa wboes eberecter fita tbea m nnaben la a fsOlvnl adama and others wfaieb are tugged In only to gratify a fatnrtatto tendency on the port ot tbe mndeal dtrsetoca Amid all thegtorteeof the fodlvatoof IfSIand 1878 there wm none whtoh eonld eveo leAsct the rsfnlgenee of iigbt whicb dreamed from “the Mssdih” toa night Given one more factor, a capable ttnor solotet, and an opportunity to raderm a few ban of a dngie diAcnlt eborna In the early evening, and we would with whet we heard toat night record a perfect perfomaooe of the oratorio, and tbow famUiar with its grand nam-bers will know wbot transportiog {deasnre in tbe listener this signifles. There was, flrat of all, a beanUinl spirit reoogntoa-ble in the cborns; a few tardy mem-ben straggled in, and, with the tardy ottM in the audience, compelled a long wait between the overture and the opening redtativo, batwjBaMreAndabonteqwiniiiBwsattiohirii rreoy eye wu fixed on Mr. Tbomaa, and every heart and voice wu ready to obey his wishes u to tempo and expression. And what a wondrous responM It wu that came to his sign to atta^i It shook tbe building, and overwhelmed with its thundering harmony, the conceits of the listeners filling .thjip with awe and reverence u thongh they were .in a divine preeeoee. And ao they were, and ao they remained ontil the last chorda of the Amen had died out in the halL Tbe hedtation in tha attack, tbe almoat iudlflkrenoe to predaion in ennndation, and the rsUanoe upon each other in dlfllcolt paauges, which marred the singing of Tuesday nighr, wu aU gone; the attack WM electrifying, the declamation so excellent that books of wonto were asdeaa, and everybody sang every bar u thongh upon the one voice depended the suooaaa of tbe piece. Thto wu something like dwrns singing, and It hod ito reward in apprsdaUon, and a tribnte modi more eloquent than the ruddled palma and eriuof bravo—tbe people, a dndnnotl andlence. whldi, we ware told in the afternoon, to 4he wont behaved of any in the oonntry, remained in their seats till the end, altbongh that did not come till after 11 o’do^. When the ballelnjah choros wu reached, the aolo-tots, in obedience to an old and bwatifnl tradition, rose to tbeir feet and nnited their ^ votoee. witti.the chonu. An enthuelMtic gentleman among tbe bom stagers beckoned the audience to follow tbeir example and pay tbe proper tribute of respect to the greateat piece for voices ever conceived, bat tbe audience failed to respond,^ except thoee who were already on their feet on oompntoion, not h^ng seats. Tbe choras wu grandly rendered, and so were ito almost peers, “Worthy to the Lamb.” and “For onto os a child to bom.” In thto tb# pretty effect which wu made at the Union Festival of 1876 wu retained. Tbe fugue part WM song by tbe choras very softly, so u to bring it into sharp contrut with the Jbrte shoots of “Wonderful Connselorl Tbe Everlasting Father! the Prince of Peace,” with which the new bora Messiah to greeted. The effect may or may not be familiar in other citiea of the oonntrlee, but an-thority u fonnd for it in a tradition which teaehu that the fngne preoedlng the appellations wu written by Handel for a qnartet of voioee only, tbe chonu being reeerved nntU the emphatto woida were reached. Tbe greatest enthnsiaam called for by the soloe greetéd Mr. Whitney, who carried the andltors captive with tbe great arias, "Why do the nations,” and “The Trampet Shall Sound.”* Miss Gary mng her first aria nnder disadvantages, bat gave “He shall feed hto flock.” and “He wu duptoed” with a heart aearehlng tenderness, and a voice whicb seemed to flow straight from her bigsonl, Mrs. Oagood came a stranger, without trampet beats or manofeetnred fame. She ung her first aria M a stranger, and, like a stranger,. hesitatingly u though donbting whether she would meet with a welcome, and qnee-tioning her own power to do Justice to the air (“Rejoice greatly’’), but she gained confidence with every bar and let us hear the lull beauty of her voice in the air, “But Thou didst not leave his soul in hell,” which first of all she declaimed with perfect taste and understanding. Tbe voice to not one that thrills wltii its power; it dou not bnm with dramatic fire; it to only a sweet, pure, even voice, whicb is very transparent, like her face respondlngto every emotion of tbe heart. It to a gentle, refined spirit tbatllghto up that feoe, and colors the tonu of that voice, and one that bu conceived an exalted ideal for the Messiah mnstc. It chaiaeteiiaed her “I know that my Redeemer liveth’’ most strongly, though it ooold be read in tbe air, “How bestttifnl are the feet” Tbe first great aria to a model of melodic declamation. The emphasis which the enmpoeer bu placed upon “know” can be made to stomp the whole piece with a triumphant character. Mrs. Osgood’s interpretation to ditferent She sings with Ineffable sweetness, and reflecu the quiet trusting faith of a pure minded woman, while her face glows like a seraph’s with a religious ferver. Mr. Adams seemed to promtoe well at tbe beginning, but though he ung intelligently, hto voice WM not equal to the occasion. Mr. Fritseh hsd little to do. He sang a ooaple of recitations, and the air, “Thy rebuke both bnAen hto heart” and did not show much lOmlliarity with the oratorio style. The aooompanimentsjwere beautlinl and were much improved over what we ore oocustomtd to hear, by the addition of the organ. Mr. Whiting to deserving of piatoe for tbe taste and Judgment which he displayed in its handling. He never took it out of its position M on accompanying instrament, yet he greatly heightened the effect of the choras by adding Its filling tones u a basis. He introduced the instrament, too, in the pastoral symphony with a surprtoingly beautiful effect. , nTECT op THI xpsia Tbe people came to tbe concert lut night in the ume gay, lively mood of tbe evening before, and until Mr. Thomu mode hto appearance, sot chatting in low tonesof Mrs. So arid So’s bonnet, or A BO’S necklace, or a new method of arranging kilt plaits, or merely greeting some newly betrothed ooaple uuntenng down the aisle, or dtoeuuing the relative merits of the varions sanunep-nsorta. Bnithey left the ball in a different spirit A sort of hush seemed to have come over them—snbdned and impremed by the wonderful harmonies they hod listened to. They forgot to ow thdr old riereotyped adjeetivu; forgot to tell how many times they had heard this muslo—bow familiar they were wltii the score: forgot to speak of the solotots’ elegant dnuu; forgot all thto nonsense, and, instead, came away better neople for the music they hod tabard, and JUSl OOGOOD A5 AXeiL. After tbe festival to over, and the flogs have been taken down, and the evergreens tbrown aside, and tbe pictniw of the pnatCompoeenorid the nomu of the great ringers laid away forafutnra day; after ÜM gu^ have gone homo, and tiie bototo ore mmtoi qntot, and the riraeta have become kse crowded— after all the hurry, the flurry, the worry, tbe exsite-ment, on over, and people have sealed down tptbelr customary tontine, and eon look bock upon the present tipM and dau U with tha past, win tiñere ha anything which will linger longer or mote lovingly. OethiBii — Befad Pnoe» PROFBEtlONAL. A CONSTAIT SERIES OF WONDERFUL OUBES. snu. FUBTHEB EVIDENCES OF DR. ABOmrS GREAT SUiXXSS Sc/ r    .•«11 lARCKLToday panes wilbont Dr. ABORN re-oeiving one or more teerinidntoli ia aefcaowledg-meat of the remarkable cans oooomplished by him in catu which have not only boflUd oU other eflbrti, bat given very little bope of ever being snorearinlly treated. Tbe great secret of Dr. ABORN'Swondufal snceuiUnin the tact that he hu devoted yeon of study and practica to the specialties whidi be to so skUlfnl ia treating. and to. tberefore. able to eflhel cures whidi ore beyond the oapadty of otben. Fartber Mflrrelow Curw la ProoL Coartlcflto4 CriMt 9t DstfMM, 1UMÜ CflUrrh, TbraU Dtflsue aii4 Djipepgfo Alaoflt HERRY ERENLE,'* Cineinnnti* Letter Carrier, CertiNee to a Mnaiarkahle Recovery from a Ceai* plicatioa of Chroaic Diaeaaee, as Follows t ClHCWNATX, May 14. 1878. 'I hrittj eerttfy that 1 have been oflUeWflwith oatarrfa in the heed for ten or twelve yeon. with one of lay nostrils eetirely closed np. aoUiat I eonld not breathe thfough it,ond also have hod chnmle diarrhea rinoe lost October, and lost aboutiourteen ponnda In weight. 1 tried a number of physldaoa witbont re> llet I wu to proetinted and broken down in ooo-•eqnenoe that I hod about despaired of bring cored. Wu recommended to apply to Dr. ADORN, at 21f West Fonrth street, which I did on the 2toi of AprU, and a constant application of hto remediu hu en-tireiy'relieved my hood. 1 con now breolta throngh both nostrils, aad have gained in strength sad weight. Tbe chrouie disease of the etomocb, liver, and bowels to also about cared, so that tbeir funo* tionsarenatomL Mr food now egreu with me, and to properiy digeoted, wbereu before I wu troo-bled with dyspeprio. 1 consider that Or. ABORN‘8 sncoeiriul mods of treatment hu sovtd my Ufe. I wonid odvtoe oU who ore afflicted to apply to Dr. ABORN with oonfldonoo. Raspectfnlly, H. EBEftLS, Letter Carrier IS. ClndnnaU Pn^fflce, CATABBH Of NineteoR Taars’ NUii41]if, Witt C<m« stant Paia ia the Heed, Rellered WIthia a Week. Johnd’CkmnoU publishes the following cud: CixaxRATi, May 11,1878. Have bod catarrh In the head rinoe I hod tbe meedes, nineteen yeon ago. Sulfered a great deal tbe toot ten yeon. Tried various phyridoiia, and all potent medtcinee wiUront reUef. AppUed to Dr. ADORN on# week ago. At tiiat tima I eonld not rret at night for pain In tbe heed, soienen in tbe throat, oouriting and mtoing through tbe night, (fonld not breathe throngh one noetrU. Havn hod a constant and severe pain in my head for yeam Dr. ABORN relieved the po^ in a few seconds, and it hu not rinoe ntnnied, Hto treatment hu atoo iw lieved tbe throat and chest, and I feel comparatively well to-day. after nineteen years’ suffering. Dr. > ABORN’S treatment to tbe only mreu that bu ever relieved me.    JOHN O’OONNOLL.  Flnmber, 26 Colombia st, Newport, Ky. (Works at MoCoUnm A Co.’i, Plumbers, 263 Race street.    _ DEAFNESS AND DYSPEPSIA QUICKLY - BEUETED. The can of F. Fobes, whose card to given below, to another convincing evidence of Dr. ABORN’S skill and remoritable sacoeu in trsatiog obstinota riiionie CixaxxAn, May U, 1878. This to tooertify that I have been deaf in both ears for flve years, with constant buaring in my bead. I oould not boor a watch tick when pressed sgalnst my ear. Also have bod dyspepsia for two years, which gsve me great distrres. I applied to Dr. ABORN on the ad of May, and began a course of hto treatment, which relieved the distren of my stomach at onoe, to my Joy and surprise. Dr. ABORN bu enred my hearing so that I can hear a v.atehnetslyot arm’s length from the bead. Also tbe busting notoe is cured. Dr. ADORN’8 treatment fttve me prompt relief, without pain or inconvenience. F. FOBES, At Shoe Factory of Smith, Stot^bton A Payne, 21 Lock street, Cincinnati, 0. ANOTHER REMARKABLE CURE. Deafoefis^ with Djspep«i% Entirelj Cared la a Few Dan iSj fo. ABOIOI, 215 West Fourth Street CuraRXATl. May IS, 1878. I hereby state that I have been afflicted with my stomsdi snd ears; I wu so deaf I could not hear a dock tick. Throat and heart also badly affected— WM obliged to give np work. I applied to Dr. ADORN, at 215 West Fourth street, on the 2d dsy of Msy. snd received a course of treatment from Him which gave me immediate relief, and now. after pursuing his treatment for ton days, my bearing to entirely restored. 1 can now hear a watch tick three feet from my head. Sense of smell ia restored, and my stomach, which wru badly deranged, to also restored to its normal condition. My food now digests, and nourtohes me. Catarrhal affeottona senm to be eradicated, and in feet I feel like a new man, and cheerfully give thto statement of my cose that oU who are afflloted rruy know where they can*opriy and receive prompt relief. I commenced to gala strength from tbe flrst day’s treatment 06WEL QILASnE, * Fifth Wheel Works, Columbia, a Catarrh of Sewett Yearn* Daratioa Re« Ueveri Within a Week, after All Other Treatment Failed. CutcDfKATT. May 18,1878. I have bod catarrh in the bead lor seven yeon, and tried olmoet everything without rrileL I applied to Dr. ABORN, 215 West Fonrth street flve (toys ago, and oommeneed aoonrse of bis treatmentwhiA csvn immediate relief, and have|improved so lUpidly that 1 ooDsider it almost a miracle. Hto treatment bm tn a manner changed my whole coostitntloo gp|>ettto ondfflgestioa hnprovnd-toi feet Ike theDge to woo« derfnl in so abort a time after snfferlng for revra years.    L0Ü18 COOK. Newport Ky.. Engineer w*th Oeo..H. W<dff..l3S Race street, city-" Oeafliesfi and Ear Disehaifet of Eighteen Yeare* Staadiag Relieved. ' CHARLES FRANKLIN’S STATEMENT. CwcnniATi, May 18,1878. Ibarebycertlfy that when one year <ri ace 1 had dtoehorin sod (_____ age, ao tiM tbe ear has been ranninc for slrijtoiii years: eonld not bear n watdt tiekTl wu iSmM toooosnlt Dr. Aborn, 215 West Fonrth street, nbont three weeks ago. and hto treatment hu graatly in-proved my bearing, so I can bear s w^ tiek. «oren dtotance from the ear. Tbedtochain hrenlreiNnt-lydeereond. Dr. ABORN to    ^ ¿aeverbenafltedHM. CHARlismBKLOi. Dayton street below Western m'nmm. iicawa . flu.wsflt ruwtt sifoi^ foafoOmwUUI D«ily5raiib li.tol<3 f.K 0

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