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CABLE NEWS
From All Parts of the
OIH TA7"nT?"M
W.A.V-A. MM.
BRITISH FINANCE.
Press Comments on the Belknap and
Other American Scandals.
SCHENCK AT SEA.
Commercial Transactions in Liverpool and
London During the Week.
THE SULlTAN'S REFORMS
Spain More Tolerant Toward the Carlists
and the Pope.
JOY IN GREECE.
The Representative! of France Preparing
for Parliamentary Doty.
BANKRUPT BROKERS.
Latest from Brazil, Russia, Gibraltar and
Other Quarters.
ROME.
cardinal ledochowhkl's reception and arbival
at tux vatican?a cordial greeting
dt the pope?fealtt of the poles
to the martyr prelate.
[special despatch to the herald bt cable. ]
Rome, March 4, 1S7G.
On Cardinal Lcdochowskl's arrival In this city yesterday
afternoon lie was received at the railway
station by about forty Poles, of both sexes, with an
tnormous profusion of nowcrs In baskets. When he
ippeared the Poles knelt, asking liis blessing, and
Uicre were shouts of "Long live Ledochowskl!"
VATICAN HONORS.
Cardinal Borromeo, whoso guest the visitor now
I, was in waiting with his carriage. I noticed that
ie wore the Cardinal robes, which is now rarely
lone in public. The Pope had specially sent Mgr.
fannutelli to welcome Cardinal Ledochowskl.
A FLORAL OVATION.
As the carriage drove off nowcrs were showered
lround and after It.
AT AUDIENCE.
Cardinal Ledochowskl saw the Pope in the evening.
Prince Hohenlohe was present. The Pope repeatedly
kissed Ledochowskl with fervor. His
Holiness exclaimed "Wo rejoice with thee, intrepid
defender of the faith. May God crown thy
riAhla flcnirifinnc **
ITALIAN FEELING.
So Italian took part in the proceedings at the
railway station.
GERMANY.
RATIONAL ABT AND INDUSTRY DECLINING?THE
MILITARY SYSTEM OVERSHADOWING THB
WORKS OF PEACE.
[SPBCIAL DESPATCn TO THE HERALD BY CABLE. ]
Berlin, March 4, 1870.
German art and industry are gradually decaying.
In these at present the nation is unable to compete
with the neighboring States.
WHAT THE TRESS SAYS.
The papers openly accuse the oppressive military
lervlce and costly army support as the causes of the
leclinc of lndnstry.
artisans to go to philadelphia.
The leading manufacturers have formed a commlttee
for the purpose of sending artisans to Philadelphia,
and the government has promised a large subvention.
POLAND.
polish presentment against prussian persecution-*?"stamping
out" the remembrances
of the nation?a citizen proclamation
to america?agitation in the
russian and austrian divisions.
[special despatch to the herald by cable. 1
berlin, March 4, 1876.
The Poles are furious. Prussia has resolved on
Suppressing the Polish language In the schools,
courts and public offices.
in russian poland.
Serious troubles arc apprehended also In Russian
Poland.
the austrian poles agitated.
In Austrian Gallcla the Poles numerously snbicrlbe
to a proclamation enthusiastically congratulating
the United States on the Centennial. They
remind Americans of the Polish heroes Koscinsko
and Pulaski lighting with Washington for national
independence.
ENGLAND.
IHISB COM3IENIS Oft Til*. ?n-?Mr aaic.niua j
SCANDAL MINISTER 8CHENCK EMBARKED
FOB HOME?IIEAVT FAILURES.
London, March 4, 1870.
The Timet tbia morning say* editorially of the Mel
fcnop scandal:?Tliia event la the more grave because
It la confirmatory of the suspicion which haa long j
prevailed among the American people. Even wc
European* cannot but be struck with the altered tone* .
In which Americans speak. If not of their ln*titutlons,
at leaat of the men who have the present direction
of them.
The Xrtvt, alluding to the same subject, sav* the i
American political life seems to be In anything but a
healthy condition. It rarer* to the whiskey fraud
trial*, I he Kmm* Mine scandal and the downfall of
Belknap, and says that these aenndnla lilt tho red
Irum a class or society which It was hitherto pretty
generally supposed had as yet escaped the impurities
of the social strata below, and they lead one to fear
that some of the worst vices of municipal g< rernuient
niny be percolating into the federal administration.
The Telegraph says:?"Disclosures alter disclosures,
charges atter charges, varying In degrees of truth, but j
with the same ugly and untoward character, hare lately I
darkened the commercial, religious, Judicial and ad- j
minlstralivc institutions ot the United Slates, gome >
hare proved lalae, others true, and more await eri- !
aence; but the senersl effect. bet ond denial, has been I
and is to bring the blush ot ahatae and anxiety into tho j
NEW YO
fare of *11 honest Americans and to maka countless
Iricnds of the Republio tn this country silent and sorrowful,
when Its enemies rejoioe over these recurring
roralutinnu ?>
? The Standard uji:?"Happily the countries are few
where ao grots an abuse of trust would be possible."
oenebal 8chenck emuabked.
Liverpool, March 4, 1870.
Minister Schenek sailed for New York to day by the
steamer Abyssinia.
heavy failures.
I/ixdox, March 4, 1870.
Messrs. Lutsehcr ft Co., merchants, located at N& 8
Austin Friars, have suspended. Their liabilities wilt
probably reach $2, '>00,000.
Messrs. Miller, Hons ft Co., colliery proprietors at
No. 6 Great Winchester street, and Swansea and elsewhere
in South Wales, have failod. Their liabilities
are estimated at $200,000.
on 'change.
Loxdox, March 4? Evening.
English railway shares have almost absorbed the
attention of tho Stock Exchange to-day. Thero
was at one time a panto In some of these, and
sales were froely pressed. Toward the closo, however,
there was an almost general recovery of prices from
tho worst point; but on tho day's operations tho majority
of the stocks was lower. Dealings in the foreign
department have been unimportant.
disco i." xt.
The discount market has boon quiet and steady.
mo.xet.
Money is plentiful, and short loans are obtainable at
as low a rate as 3*{.
1.1 MIMI.IO LA.1I.
Transactions in Mincinc lane continue to a very
moderate extent Tnc depressed quotations for many
articles do not lend to any speculative business. Low
Crown, East India nnd crystatizcd Demerara sugars
show a further decline. A cargo, consisting of 13,000
bncs Manila sugar, Imported four years ngo at a cost
?J."> per ton, recently sold for ?13 per ton.
In the early part of the week tho public sales or
plantation Ceylon coffee wcut at somo reduction, but
the demand subsequently Improved. The llrst considerable
supplies of the new crop of Kast Indies havo
found ready buyers at cxtremo quotations. Foreign
coffee bas been deprrssed. In the tea markot there Is
no Improvement noticed, as the trade Is still buying
sparingly. Common to fair grades of Congou have
been sold at auction at a further decline.
FRAUDULENT COTTON BROKERS IN FLIGHT.
Liverpool, Marcli 4, 187ft.
The brokers charged with fraudulent transactions
In cotton bavo not yet been arrested. It is reported
that they have gone to Spain. It Is not unlikely that
further revelations will bo mado shortly. Tho Arm of
William Peers k Son was one of tho tlrst buying
houses established in tho Liverpool cotton trade and
is one hundred years old.
8PANISH BAILORS HELD FOB PIRACY.
I.os no it, March 4, 1870.
A special telegram rrom Gibraltar to tho Daily A'twt
tales that the prize crew of the Spanish guards costa,
overpowered and captured by an English trading vosscl
which they attempted to seize on February 28, have
been committod and will be tried for piracy.
FRANCE.
THE SENATORS AND DEPUTIES NOTIFIED FOR
DUTY.
Paris. March 4, lS7ft
An odlclal notice, Issued to-day, informs Senatorselect
that there will bo a preparatory mooting on tho
7th Inst., to firm a provisional bureau to fix upon an
order of the day for the first sitting of the Senate.
Tho Deputies have also received a similar noticei
MACXAHOK LIKELY TO RXARRANGX THE
CABINET.
Faris, March 4?Night
According to the latest advices it appears an understanding
baa been arrived at with regard to the principal
features of tho Ministerial programme. Tho Duke
Decases ami General Cissev will retain their portfolios
as Minister of Foreign Affairs and War, respectively.
There is some disagreement slili concerning the Ministry
of Marine.
contested election*.
The Left Intend contesting the elections of several
Deputios, principally Bonapartlsts, and especially those
of Messrs. Cassagnac and Rouher.
SPAIN.
CABLI8TS WHO MAT BE AMNESTIED?THE ESCALATIONS
TO THE VATICAN.
, Madrid, March 4, 1878.
The Carlists submitting to the government pnor to
the 16th Inst, are to be granted amucsty.
THE POPE MOBE FBIENDLT.
Madrid, March 4, 1876.
It is stated that the Vatican will not make a formal
protest against the article of the new constitution concerning
religions toleration.
TURKEY.
THE IMPERIALIST COMMISSIONER AWAT FOB
HERZEGOVINA.
Constantinople, March 4, 1878.
Vassa F.ffcndl. the Turkish Reforms Commissioner.
starts for Herzegovina to-day.
THE HERZEOOVINAN INSfRQEWTS STILL REJECT
THE PORTE'S PLAN OF REFORM?AMNESTY
FROM CONSTANTINOPIE.
Vikxika, Marrh 4, 1879.
Several Herzegovlnan chiefs hare isancd a manifesto
rejecting tbo reforms proffered by Turkey, calling
upon the great Powers for the guaranteed Independence
of tho Insurgent provinces and appealing to Servia and
Montenegro for asslstancei
ISXISTT.
The Porte, following the amicable advice given by
tbo Powers, has granted tne insurgents complete
amnesty.
KKFCGKKS TO RKTUIIX.
F.very preparation if betnir inado by Austria
anl Hungary to accelerate the return
ot the refugee* to their homes. Tho Porte
has promised the refugees that on their return
they will not bo subjected to any punishment whatever,
and will bo protected azalnst molestation. They
will be supplied gratuitously with material for the construction
of their houses and with grain for sowing.
All tithes will bo remitted for one year, and other
taxes for two years.
GREECE.
Athb*s, March ?, 1876.
The Queen of Greece baa been delivered of a daughter.
CENTRAL ASIA.
THE KHOKASD TERRITORY FORMALLY AXKEXED.
Sr. Petkrobcrg, Match 4, 1876.
The annexation of Kbokand to Kussia baa been
formally proclaimed.
BRAZIL.
KATES OF EXCHANGE ?COFFEE MARKET QUOTATIONH.
Rio Jaskiro, March 3, IS7ft.
Exchange on f.ondon 25
CoDn-iM Rio 8r.?t*, 6*00 a 5900 rels per 10
kilo*. The market i* quiet and prima are maintained.
SASroe, March 3. ISiftThe
coffee markel is quiet and prices are maintained.
Superior Santos ,50o0 a 6750 rels per 10
kilo*
A BUSINESS BULLETIN.
TWO MEMBERS Of A FIRM QUARREL ONE
. HnoOTft THE OTHER IN THE PUBLIC STREETS.
Naw OsLtAxa, March 4, 187&
This evening, about nine o'eloek, a difficulty occurred
upon Canal street between James S. I'realidgo
and W. I). Hardeman, of the firm of I'rentldge, Graham
At Co., In which.the former shot ihc latter, it is feared,
fatally. prestPfge rrceired a slight scalp wound. Tho
linn being a very old one, and ol high standing, the unforinnatc
affar ha* created preut exeilemeut in commercial
circles. Tho dispute occurred in regard to n
partnership settlement.
RK HERALD, SUNDAY, J
XKT A GTTTXrnTTkXr
?? V-J X v/i.1*
FROM OUR REGULAR CORRESPONENT.
Washington, March 4, 1876.
WAB* DIFFERENCES IN THE DEMOCBATIC
CAUCUS ON THB MONEY QUESTION.
The democratic caucus met at tho Capitol to-night
and remained In session until half-past eleven o'clock.
The proceedings were excited and warm speeches were
made for and against colt money. The advocates of tho
policy of repealing the Resumption act endeavored to
force a vote, but tho hard money men filibustered and
forced an adjournment.
GENERAL WASHINGTON DESPATCHES.
?
Washington, March 4, 1878.
THE LATEST POSTAL CONVENIENCES EXTENDED
TO NEWFOUNDLAND.
An arrangement has been made by the Post Office
Department wlih the Dominion government by which
the system rocently inaugurated for the exchange of
money orders between the United .States and Canada la
extended to Newfoundland.
OCCUPATIONS or THE COMMITTEES TESTEBDAT?
THE WASHINGTON HEAL ESTATE POOL?AN
OBSTACLE TO INVESTIGATION.
The Appropriation Committee gave Its Attention to
putting the finishing touches on the legislative Appropriation
bill, which it expects to roport early next
week.
Tho Frcedman's Dank Committee conlinuod its investigation
of tho management of that Institution.
The Committee on Naval Affairs Inquired Into matters
at some of tho navy yards.
The Committee on Military Affairs had up tho graveyard
question, ns to liio letting of coulracts for headstones
and tho policy of concentrating those encampments
of tho dead.
Tho Committors on Indian Affairs and on Post Offices
worn .at vrurl' nn their rsjnnn i rs inhUrta of Invnallrvn.
lion.
Another Investigating committee, known as tho
"Select Committee on the lteal Kstalo Pool and the
Jay Cooke Indebtedness," commenced Its operations
to-day, but had not tnadc much headway when It encountered
an obstoclo in tto refusal of Mr. Hallet Kllbourn,
a real estate agent in Washington, to submit bis
business books to tho scrutiny of the committee. Ho
professed his willingness, if any specific charge was
made on aflltlavit, to present his books and papors unrcscrvodly,
but decllnod to submit them to an examination
on any loose general idea that they might reveal
something which tho House would be Justified in Inquiring
into.' The committee, at their meeting on
Monday nest, will come to a decision on this potuL
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
ARGUMENT FOB AND AGAINST TUB HAWAIIAN
TBKATY.
W AsnixoTotf, March 4, 1876.
Tho session to-day being for debate only on the bill
to carry Into elTect tho Hawaiian treaty, and tho attendance
of members being consequently small, Mr.
Wood, (dem.) of N. Y., wbo had the floor to conrludo
his speech and who did not desire to do so to omply
benches, moved to adjonrn.
Tho rote showing that there was a majority In favor
of the motion, propositions wero made, first, to go on
with the regular business (which tho Speaker ruled
could not bo done under the unanimous agreement ot
yesterday) and then to devoto tho day's session to general
debute on miscellaneous topics.
Mr. Wood explained his motion by saying that ho
was not present yesterday at the time when the order
frtr thic ilav'fl sacuinn urna mndn r%r hn uKonld hern /?!?_
Jccteil to it, because ho did not want to iqioak lor buncombo,
lor posterity or lor the newspapers, but to iho
members ol the House, lie did not want to be forced
to go on with his speech when thcro was less than a
quorum present.
Mr. Hulk, (rep.) or He., objected to any variations
of the order made yesterday.
Mr. Ramiall, idem.) of lV.exprossed his desire that
this Hawaiian bill should be got out of the House as
soon as possible.
Mr. Rkauas, (dom.) of Texas, expressed his readiness
to address some suggestions to those members who
were present in respect to tho Hawaiian trusty.
Mr. Wood thereupon withdrew his motion to adjourn
and the House went into Commiileo ol the Whole, Mr.
Sayler, (deitL)of Ohio, in the chair, un the Hawaiian
bill, and was addressed by Mr. Kkauan, of Texas, in opposition
to the bill.
Further speeches wore made on the Hawaiian question
by Mr. Ward, (dem.) ol X. V., and Mr. Jacobs,
(rep.) ol W. T., and Mr. Woodworth, (dem.) of Ohio, on
a bill grautlug bounties to heirs of. soldiers who enlisted
lor a loss period than one year and who were
killed or who died by reason of such sorvice.
Tho House then, at half-past two o'clock, adjourned.
THE WBECKED ITALIAN BARK.
Wasbixgtox, March 4, 1878.
The Signal Service observer at Kilty Hawk reports
that the name of tho Italian bark, wrecked on the
North Carolina coast on the night of the 1st Inst., was
Xuova Ottavm, Captain Hoxzo, bound trom (Jonoa to
Baltimore. The crow were ail lost excetit the second
mate and three men. No bodies have been recovered
since tho report of yesterday.
THE EXHIBITION.
nui&o?ma iiu.i xj ur juu.i
WAC8H AND FBEDXBtCK 7BALXY?THE 8IONZBS.
Pnn.adki.pniA, March 3, 1876.
The Centennial appropriation bond wblcli the friends
of Messrs. Walsh and F'raley, President and Treasurer
of the Centennial Board of Finance, insisted upon getting
up for transmission to Washington has been completed
and was forwarded this evening. It Is a unique
document. It is signed by 100 sureties, representing
about $100,000,000, and is a directory in Itttlo of the
"solid men" of this city.
Among the 100 signers are George W. Child*, who
heads the list; Kdwtn M. I.owls, President of I be Farm*
ers and Mechanics' National Hank; James L. Clag"
horn, President Commorclal National Hank; K. c'
Knight, K. A. Rollins, President Centennial National
Hank; Thomas Smith, President Hank of North
America; Thomas Poller, President City National
Hank; P. A. H. Wtdcner, City Treasurer; ex-Mayor
Daniel M. Foi, A. K. Bone, Morton McMtcbfiel,
Thomas Robins. President Philadelphia National
Hank; Colonel Thomas A. Scott, President l'ennsylvania
Railroad; A. G. Cattell, Franklin R.
(iowen, President Philadelphia and Heading lUi rond;
Joaepn Patterson, l'resldeut Western National Hank;
C 1L Rogers, Prcsidotil Tradesmen's National Hank;
Asa Packer, the richest man in Pennsylvania;
George M. Trouiman, Pre.-ldent Central National Hank;
Jnmrs V. Watson, Proxiddhi Consolidation National
\ Bank; Dell Noblll, Jr.. President Corn Kxchango Na'
lional 0ink; George I'lnller. President First Nuiional
! Hank; Daniel H Cummins, President Girard National
1 Dunk; George H. Hanks, {'resident Mechanics' National
, Hank; William V. MrKran, editor I'ublic Ledgrr ; J. II.
I.lppincott, Joel J. Huilcy, David Faust, President Union
National Bank; Ilenry C. Carey.
BELMONT PAliK ASSOCIATION.
Puu.adki.rniA, March 4, 1870.
The Belmont Park Association, whose grounds are
near those of the Centennial buildings, have elected
Colonel Henry S. Russell, ol Boston, President and will
give $.100,0 .0 in premltnna during the present season.
NAVAL INTELLIGENCE.
Wakhi.vuto*, March 4, 1876.
Lieutenant Chariot B. Hock well It ordered lo the
storcship Now Hampshire. Lieutenant Chtrlet W.
Ruachenberger I* detached from iho receiving thlp PoInniac
ami ordered lo Iho itorcthlp New Hampshire.
Lieutenant Daniel Pelhanly is detached Irnm (ho Ironrlid
tteamer Catsklll and ordered to the Nary Yard at
Mare Itland, Cal.. on the 1st of April note Kusign
Walter S. French la detached froift tho Plymouth aud
ordered to the iron-clad atnamor Caltkill.
A NEW LINE OF STEAMERS.
Boarox, Matt., March 4,1S78.
A Liverpool firm propose* to establish a line of screw
steamers between that port and Boston, and llio drat
j steamer, the Iberian, will sail from Liverpool on the
11th Inst. Fortnightly trip* will bo made thereafter.
ti.u will make the lonrth existing line between the
' two porta
COMPLETION OF A NEW RAILROAD.
St. I/h'ib, Mo., March 4, 147(1.
Tlio railroad trom Malvern station, on tho 8L l.oula.
Iron Mouuialn and Southern Railway, to Hot Springs,
Ark., I* Just completed, and paaseiigcr trains arc
running regularly irotn St. 1-oui* to liie Springs
PARDON RV THE GOVERNOR.
AI.DAXT, March 4, 1476.
Governor Tllden baa pardoned John Bronnan, aent
to Sing Sing from Now York In 1470, lor robbery, lor
fllieen year:. It was thought he war a professional
j thief; bat u tarns out that h? bad been a rospcctaI
bit man.
I ARCH 5, 1876.?QUADR U*
CITY SAVINGS" BANKS.
Complete Statistical Account of
Their Condition.
V
Where the Savings of the People
Are Invested.
A GLANCE AT THE SECURITIES.
Ai.ha.nt, March 4, 1876.
The subjoined tables, condensed from the voluminous
report of the Hank Examiner, givs in statistical
form a complete account of the condition on January
1, 1870, of the savings banks of New York city, their
various Investments, cash on deposit in other banks,
amounts loaned on stocks, cash on hand, value of
buildings and real estate, liabilities, surplus and resources.
Tho figures given as to tho value of United
States bonds, State, county, city, town and other |
bonds represent tho estimated market rate and not tho
cost or par value of the bonds. The savings banks are
now required by law to make tho rolurn of their asrets
at tboir estimated market valuo as well as the original
cost. It will bo noticed that a very considerable
amount Is Invested in the bonds of other Stales beside
those of Mew York. Tho estimated market valuo of
those particular bonds Is at this time twenty-flvo per
cent In the aggregate below their cost, which would
involve a loss ot about $2,000,OuO If It were songhl to I
realize <>u them Immediately. Tlioro are oyer $;i,000,000
Invested In Southern bends that rato very low In tho '
market. Tho enforcement ot the law of lost year restricting
savings tiunks to a more secure class of In- |
vestments than tliov have been hitherto speculating in j
will ultimately rrsnll in placing the hanks beyond tho
risk of being blown over in every little gale.
The most expensive bunk buildings belong to tho i
Bowery Savings, the Herman downtown (corner ol !
Fourteenth street and Union square), tho Dry Dock,
Seamen's, Metropolitan, itond Streot, Citizens', Union
Dime and Ktnigrant Industrial. The Teuton!*
holds the largest amount or town bonds of this
Slate, and the Herman downtown, the Ktnigrant Industrial,
tho Bank lor Savings, CItliens and Union Dfnie,
the .largest share ol county bonds ol New York Stnle.
The Union Dime has tho most extensive Investments
ill real estate; the Bowery Savings tho greatest quantity
ot cash on hand; thu Herman downtown the
largest amount or cash on deposit with other hanks
or trust companies, and the Bank ot Savings is tho
leading investor in bonds ol the Stato or New York.
Mr. Kills, tho Superintendent, has not yet completed
tho text or Ins report. He will devote considerable
space to explaining the causes that brought about the
savings banks disasters In New York, nnd the whole
may be summed up In reckless and extravagant maVugctnent.
He believes legislation holdiug trustees to a
stricter accoiinta'ullty Is needed?that perhaps a llttlo
extra attention on his own port will restore confidence
once inoro among depositors.
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MIDNIGHT WEATIIEIl llErOKT.
War Dkpartmrrt, j
Orncr. or m* CniKr gmxtMOmni, J
Waaaixorox, March 5?1 A. M. )
I'robabiltfita.
For New England and tho Middle State* warmer and
clear or partly cloudy weather, with aoutbeaat to southw-*t
wind* nnd falling harometer.
For the South Atlantic State*, inrreaaing cloudiness
and rlting temperature, with east to south winds and
I high but lamng oaromeier.
For I ho Oulf State*, warmer, threatening weather
and rain, oaslerly to somberly winds and railing
barometer.
For Tennessee snd tbo Ohio Valley, pertly cloudy
weather probably followed by rain, rising temperature,
, southeast to southwest winds and falling bsromotcr.
F?r tbo I<aka region, increasing cloudiness, station- |
ary or rising temperature, easterly to southerly winds, .
falling barometer and rain in tho Upper I.ako region.
| For the Upper Mlaalssippl and I<ower Missouri ralleys,
local rains and continued warm weather, with
southerly winds and falling barometer daring the day,
probably followed by variablo winds and lower tarn'
perature during Sunday night.
The Mississippi Riser will fall slowly at St. LoOis
j and slatlons below.
TRK WKATKKB TMTKRDAT.
The following record will show tha changes In .ttas
tClliperai'Jro lur luc moiu; lour uuui>, iu willparuou
with the corresponding date of last rear, m Indicated
bv the thermometer at llndunt's pharmacy,
! Hrbalp BtiLinrtn
1 1?71 187*1 1871 1871
3 A. M 71 23 3:30 P. M .14 41
CA. M 21 23 0 1\ M ill 37
? A. > 20 20 0 It 27 33
12 M 28 34 12 J\ M 24 .14
! Average temperature yesterday 81;,
Averago temperature lor corresponding date last
year 20 *
1871. 1878.
I Weelttf average 21 A-1 888-7
LE SHEET.
AMUSEMENTS.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC ? EEOLIHH OPERA.
At the matinee yesterday afternoon Miss Kellogg ap- J
I peared in Haifa's "Bohemian tiirl" before a crowded | i
| b juse. The parforniance was one of the most brilliant |
| of the season. In the evening Mrs. Jennie Van Zandt j
sang the title ro/e In Mfullucc's "Maritaua" wltn ira |
nteuso effecL Tho first week of the season has been a i
very successful one, although, as might he expected, j j
the off nights when Miss Kellogg did not appear were ,
not well attended. The following operas were given <
last week:?''Martha," "Bohemian Ulrl," "Lucia,"
"Krnanl," "Star of the North" and "Maritana." Con- '
BlderlUR lhat each work had but little tune for rehear- 1
tal the successful management that carried the season ,
so far through with crodil deserves tho highest praise.
Knglish opera has now been proved a success and a
permanent one at that. The programme lor the prrs 1
ent week Is as follows:?Monday. "Star of luo North;"
Tuesday, "Fra lhsvolo" (benefit of Harry Pcakos);
Wednesday, "FaustThursday, ''BtRolotto" (beueiltof
Joseph Maas); Friday, "Mignon;" Saturday, "Kose of
Castile."
MUSICAL AND DRAMATICAL NOTES.
Miss Kate Kisner will appear this week at Wood's
Museum la "M&zoppa."
Von Billow will bid farowcll to Philadelphia in Ore
'recitals," beginning on the lOih Inst.
Tho boy Hatnlet, Master N. S. Wood, will appear at
t!io Lyceum Theatre on Friday evening.
John McCullough has Just finished his engagement
at tho Arch Street Theatre, Philadelphia.
At tho Lyceum, to-morrow afternoon and evening, a
benefit to Mr. William B. Frcligh will bo given.
"Tho Romance of a Poor Voting Man" is to be re- 1
vlved at tho Chestnut, Philadelphia, this week.
Miss Jennio nughes has just completed a brilliant 1
and eucccsslul engagement at the Howard Athenaeum,
Boston.
Mr. and Mrs. Harney Williams will begin a six nights'
engagement on llio lolli Inst at the Llosion Ttioatro,
opening In "Connie Rougali."
"I'nelo Tom's Cabin," wlih Mrs. G. C. Howard In bcr j
celebrated character of Topsy, will bo played at tlio
Brooklyn Tlieatro tbis week.
Theodoro Thomas will give tlio second of but series !
of symphony concerts in riiiladolphia at the Academy
ol Music on Tuesday evening. <
An Illustrated leciurc upon the art movements of
Europe?the first of a series?will ho delivered at .
| ('bickering Hall to-morrow night by Mr. G. II. Crorai
woll.
| Tbo revival of "Monto Crlsto," with Fecbtor in the I
I lending part, has proved very successful at tho Walnut I
' Street Theatre, Philadelphia. It will bo run another j
i week.
Miss Kato Field has been playing In tho English i
provinces, and It is reported by tho Philadelphia
J'rett that she will appear this spring In ono of the i
London theatres.
Tbo Olympic Thealro presents a flno bill this week,
with novelties which are olsowhoro set forth. Fred.
Levantine, Initio Mac and Johnny Allen will malto their
first appearance to-morrow evening.
Tlio appearance of the young actress Itnogcno Is post,
poued on account of tho illness of a relative. Her
principal character Is Meg In a five-act comedy, entitled,
"Suulight," by Mr. Goorgo Dion.
Mile. Titlcns appeared In Boston during tho week,
and was very successful, and Signor Hrignoli was
also received with great favor. The company reappears
at the Academy of Music on tlio 18th Inst.
Sardana/xilus, not Rarilanopalus, is tho correct pronunciation
of the title of l.ord Byron's celebrated
tragedy, which is now being played in Glasgow, and Is
to be brought out iu Now York next season.
On Tuesday uext a very Interesting oratorio performance
will be given at Sleinway Hall, undor the
direction of Mr. P. 8. Giltnore. "Tho Cruution" will bo |
performed, with Mrs. Emily Dutinan as tbo principal
vocalist.
Specto payments tiavo been resumed at Booth's
Theatre. Ifyou giro tho box office a two dollar note j
for a seat the gentleman insldo will return you a silver
quarter. But If you offer a (reo pass bo wdl unquestionably
aslc you what you will have to drink.
At tho 1'arlsian Varieties tho Wilmington Jubilee
Singers will appear tomorrow evening. Horace Woston
will also slug "Koll, Jordan, Roll." It would boa good
thing for Moody and rtankcy to engage these former
slaves and sweet singers, and Mr. Sankey has no reason
to be jealous.
Mirk Antony was thirty nine years of ago whdn
C.esar was murdered, and so is Mr. Bangs now. Astonshing
coincidence! O'Shaugbnessy is also thirty nine
and plnvs tho part of an Irish legionary soldlor in
Rome who was once of the same ago. On the "Ides of
March," the 15th Inst., a special matlnoo will bo given.
Tho French comedy company which was at tho
l.yeetim Theatre recently has been very successful In
New Orleans. There the Inhabitants understand tho
French tongue, but here tho tbeatre-gocra had to aopend
generally upon the Knglish translation in the
libretto. This Is an important difference of tho two
cities.
on Saturday, tho 11th Inst., a concert will be given
at Stelnway Hall by Theodore Thomas, under tho
auspices of tho Womon's Centennial Union, Tor tho
benefit of tbo Women's Department of tho Centennial
Exhibition. This will be tho first of a series of entertainments
for the same object, and thore can bo no
doubt they will bo highly surooraful In every respect.
"Ren Israel," the now Jewish play by Mr. Edward i
lonceilo oongaio. ? '* uw?iiiuu?ui wuri. mr*. j.
M. Davidson, a very charming contralto, did foil Jottiro
to "<>, mio Ftrnando," tod tho concert ItTorlto
Mmr. Pal rot ll, wa* hoard In on* of bar brat selections'
Me*ar*. Krltach and Albitoa created quite a furore In a
comic duet.
The ecrloua tllooaa ot Mr. lamer Wallack la to ho
much regretted, a* It Interrupted the run of "She
Stoop* to Conqner" In the climax of tta popularity.
The reeoureea of thla splendid company are ao great,
however, that, on tho last three day* of tho week
' Caate'' and "The Romance of a I'oor Young Man" |
were placed on tho atago, with a strong ea*t and per- |
feet *eenery. Mr. Montague fortunately played in both
drama*. Mr. I.eater Wallack, It I* announced, will reappear
In "She Stoop* to Conquer" to-morrow even- I
tng, and be will, doubllena, be wclootned by a crowded
houao.
Mr Tooker Inform* n* that the title of a play recently
road to Mr. Jarrett, of Booth's Theatre, la "lislknnp;
or, the Kali of lienor," and that alter Mr. Jarrett
had heard it he raid he would net produce It even If
Shakespeare bad written It, and suggested tbat too
manuscript should l>e destroyed at onto. This was
ooblo conduct Tbe drama should not give pain to the j
people. Booth's la a ono term, anti-adminiatration
theatre (alia why play that unconscloua aotire upon
America* government "Julius Ca*?rf") sod Mr.
Tullidge, will bo Drought out at the Grand Opera Houso
to morrow night. Mr. J. 11. Vinson will sustain tbo
title rulr, not Miss Amelia Wangh, who brings an excellent
reputation from tho Now Orleans stage, will
play Rachel, tbo heroine, and make her Orst appearance
in Now York. So much attention has recently
been attached to Hebrew subjects that this new play la
likely to mako a nit.
Mayor Kastmsn, of roughkeopslo, tho pupils of Eastman
College and others, tho whole party numbering
about 400, will visit Ilooth's Tliealro to morrow night
to see tho seventy third performance of "Julius
C.nsur." They will dtns nt tho Fifth Avcnne Hotel, but
whether at their own expense or that of tho manngo.
nionl Is nt present unknown. 01 course there will ho a
special train. Dut why does not Mr. Tookor pay the
hills of tho railroad comnanlos for the wornout loco
motives ?
"rcrruoi, mo ii?3w wmwuj uiaui.?, uj ?iciorim
Sardou, Is In rohesrsal at llio Union Square Theatre,
and will requlro nearly tho wholo company In tlia cast.
It will be produced on March 30, and thcao arc the Imt
nights of "Roso Michel," with Its remarkably strong
acting and suporb scenery. The experiment will bo
soon mndo by Mossrs. .Shook & Palmer of transferring
"Rosa Michel," with lis present cast and Its scenery,
to the Brooklyn Theatre, and "Queen and Woman"
from Brooklyn to tho Union Square.
Bring, cling, sing, thing, wring, fling, spring, ding,
sling, sting, king, ring, siring and alt words which ;
end In "Ing" rhyme to "ling." But that easy rhyme
Is not what tho public requires. Combine "Conk"
with "ling" and llnd a perfect rhvnic to both syllables?that
:s the problem. Wo refer totheCenkling
rhymes In onr "Mu'lcal and Dramatlo Notes" because
wo consider the whole subject a comedy or farce, and
who knows whether it may not turn out to he a tragedy
f The mnrder of tho English language ta certainly
, a serious matter.
| Messrs. Kritsch and Sohst were recipients of a complimentary
concert last night at I.yrlc Hall, which was
j numemosly attended. Mr. ftohst aang In hla l>eat style 1
a aong by Lonls Dnchaner, called "Hwcet Tears," with j
the composer at the piano and Mr. Werner In the Tlo- I
.??. ?. .. . . i
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Toofcor deserves to be congratulated that Mr. Belknap
did not accept his Invitation to take a proscenium bo?
If the management should invito him now it would
probably put bint in the pit.
"Brass" will celebrate its qiiartl-eentonnial?for
everything is centennial now?at the l'ark Theatre on
I.io JI ID IIIKl. I uc piay is upciuruiy urimuut inu win
probably reach iU hundredth night. On Ita twenty.
llfth performance every lady will l>e preaontod with *
memora! ring. Tho cliarartor of Waitton 8tray, as
played by Mr. George Fawoeit Bowo, deserves to be
Massed as a popular success with Mr. Raymond'!
Colonel Sellers In "The Gilded Ago" and Mr. Florae's
Hon. Ilnrdwell Sloto In tho "Mighty Dollar."
Vtug Rose Wood is one of tho most beautiful and suecessfiil
comediennes on the Now York 8tago and bat
made a hit as tho heroine. Mr. Morrison, although hit
part doss not give his lino abilities full exprossion, bai
also becomo a favorite. An admirable performance U
given by Mi-s l.islc. Mr. Rows has condensed the
piny, but further condensation would improve its
clfcnt. Still it is one of the liveliest and best comedies
of this suasou.
BOWNE, THE FORGER, IDENTIFIED
James Rowno alias William Mlllor, the.Canadian
forger, was fully Identified at tho First Folieo precinct.
Astoria, L. I , yesterday by William Cox Allen, Pollcs
Magistrate, aud Mr. Turner, of the firm ot Turner A
Son, bankers, Cornwall, Canada. Miller was sitting
behind tho desk in the station houso when Judge
Allen entered. A smile of recognition passed
over b:s face, which was Immediately overspread
with a deathly palor. He did nol
deny Ills guilt, but said that Ills companion forged th?
signatures ami that ho drew tho money. Ho refuted to
accompany the Judge uuloss compelled by papers ol extradition,
stating as his reason that ho preferred to bo
tried In the I'nitea States, as ho had a dread of British
law. Tho noeoesary papers will he received on Monday,
when the prisoner will start lor Canada, accompanied
by Sergeant McMauus, who was successful In arresting
him.
OBITUARY.
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Mr. Roach Vnnderpool, one of the most distinguished
citizens of Newark, N. J., has Just received from Yokohama,
Japan, tho news of the death of his son, Dr.
James Vauderpool, who for several years was houM
physician attached to tho Now York Hospital and afton
ward was on the medical stair of St. Michael's Hospital,
Newark. In 187.'$, after a trip in Europe, Dr. Vandor
pool started for Japan. On tho voyage thither be auf
lered shipwreck, and was cast away on a coral reel
among the Spice Islands. From here bo was rescued
hv an Italian war vessel. He made his way to Yokohama,
jolucd an hospital tbcro and died last January.
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