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World. 4 THE EASTERN DANGER. Reforms Which Russia Will De mand of the Forte. [ THE ANGLO-AUSTRIAN ALLIANCE. A Rumored Uprising in Poland. MORE TROOPS FOR ENGLAND. [bt teleoraph to the herald.] London, Nov. 16,1878. A moody willingness to accept the natural course ?f events now teema to actuatc the citizens of the British capital to say less and even think less about ihe war cloud than for weeks past. Kvery tuhter tage which diplomacy could invent has been tried, ind all with equal non-sncccss. The ennui of doubt has worried the patience of the entire British Min istry. The grit of the Czar seems equally Arm. The jmlnous slyness with which Russia lies been arm ing and organizing and the fact that an imperial jrder was promulgated yesterday prohibiting the jxport of horses irom Western and Southern Russia augurs immediate action in the North. One apparently trustworthy report leems to point to an' lmmediato concentration >f the Russian Army of the Vistula, which will be .?elnforeed by the Imperial Guards, as announced by the Herald several days ago. This la simply the massing of the army in the vicinity of Poland, in order that no seeds of insurrection can be aown there before Russia is ready to strike. IMPENDING I"PRISING IN POLAND. An explanation lor the movement of the troops la found in the fact that intelligence has just reached London lrom Warsaw tlu^t there exists great fear of an uprising in Poland. The government has posted placurds about the streets of that capital prohibiting any gathering of tho people. The Financier goes so (ar as to say that a state ot siege has been proslalraed In Poland. Has England erased investing In Sues - canals ar.d Turkish bonds In order that she may pot her money where it will do the most good f RUSSIA'S STRBSOTB. The force which Russia will mobilise, in accordanoe with the recent ordinance, numbers 195,292 inlantry, 20,788 cavalry and 624 rilled breech loading cannon. The rifles are of ihe American Bcrdan pattern. Be cause of tho stato of the weather military mon esti mate that at least a month will bo required before the abovo forco can bs concentrated on tho Pruth. DANGEROUS PROPOSITIONS. Tho Political Corrcspomlenee of Vionna publishes a latter from Us St. Petersburg correspondent which summarizes tho reforms Russia Intanda to demand ot the Porte as lollows:? fir?l?The disarmament of the entire population of Bosnia, Herzogovlna and Bulgaria without distinction ?I creed. Second?The abolition of Irregular troops. Third?The transfer to Aalaof the Circassians acitted In Europo. Fourth?The language of the country to be Intro daced In tho public oOlccs and tribunals. Fifth?A native Christian to be appointed Governor by the 1'orte in cach province, and tue appointment of ? permaoont commUstou of supervisors composed of ha Consuls ot the Great Powers. ENGLAND ACTIVE. Meanwhile England Is not inactivo. Her Majesty's ship BullOncb sailed lrom Halifax for Bermuda yester day. The troop ship Tamar la now en route Irom Bermuda to Halifax with the Ninety-seventh regiment. Tlienco sho will convey the Eighty-seventh regiment to Bermuda lo succoed tho Ninety-seventh, and will then convey tho Twentieth regiment and Bixtloth Rifles to England. COKCOUTINO A CONFBRE5CE. From Constantinople cornea tho report that all tho Powers arc In accord respecting tho Conference, which la expected to begin us session at tbc end or the pres tnt month?if It over docs. Tho Porto offered many ? objections lo iho terms of the Conference, but Its ad be-ion was finally forced by urgent representations from England. A lavoroblo reply of Austria to the English plan of conference waa despatched yesterday Iroiu Vienna lo London. TIIB nSPORTED ANOI.O-AUSTBIAX ALLIAXC*. The reported action ot England in communicating to the Austrian Minister in I.ondoa, Couat Von Beuat, '.he ulterior designs of Raasla, has created a ripple of excitement. Such an alliance would M eminently tatisfaclory to Englishmen, and ihcy can only regret ibat ilia report doea ?ot And somo confirmation. 'lh% theory upon which ?he news Is based is a good one; but In London there la considerable lesr that the theory was originated first and the news mado to suit It allerward. The A'cue Frei Preisr, of Vienna, bas an ingenious (not ingen ?oils) record. DISCOUNTING Tlta DISASTERS. The London underwriters are striving to discount In I . tdvnnco Iho losses incident to wsr in the East. The 1 rates have been raised to flvo shillings on the ?100 (twenty-five cents on $100) lor risk or captura on sietmers now loaded or loading in Russian porta. Tbli), of course, chiefly applies to Black 8ea ports, aa all her Baltic harbors arc full of ice. The insurance companies might as well speculate a trifle on the event as other commorcial corporations who are bU7 IBS.up "shoddy" nulls and camp equipments. (iBRMA.1V WILL HOT PARTICIPATE. A most trustworthy correspondent telegraphs from Paris that Germany positively roluttea 10 participate in Iho Exhibition ol 18*8. TIIK PR?Sin**T OP THE ITALIA* REBATE. King Victor Emmanuel has appointed Signor Fecchlo President of ino Italian Senate. FRANCE AND THE UNITED STATER. Tho text of Minister Washburne's letter to Duke Dernzrs, the French Foreign Minister, closing the 5orren|ioi;denc? In regard lo the Du Solnmorard affair, ?as published yestcrd.iy. The loiter Is an exceedingly lordial one. Minister Wasbburne tenders the Duke ;>er<oual thanks lor his friendly action in the matter. TKRRIRLR MARINE DISASTER. The British steamer City of- Manchester, from Liver ' /ool for Calcutta, sunk yesterday, off Akyab, in tha Bengal Presidency, India. All hands, except tho rap lain and steward, are supposed lo be lost. FINANCIAL. Business on the 8trck Exchango to-day has been |ulJt and steady, but there waa so marked recovery In prices. Two minor failures were reported lu connec tion with tho lortnightly settlement. Bnver wss quoted at MJfd. RACING IN ENGLAND. fETIiARCI TIIK WlNNF.lt OP THE RHROPSHIItE HANDICAP. London, Nov. 10, 1876 rite race for tha Great Shropshire HauUieap took place at Shrewsbury to-day, and brought out a field or fourteen horses. The ra?e was |roa by Tetraratib, wbo started with 6 to 1 against biro. Libs, at 40 to 1, took Iho aecond plaoe, and The Ghoat, at 0 to 1, the third. Ctrrullus, who started favorito at 4 to 1, failed to secure a place. The following la a summary:? Novembik 15.?Tho Great Shropshire Handicap of 600 aova. , la specie, added to a sweepstakes ol 26 sjvs. cach, IS sove. forfeit; entrance 3 sova, If declare! to Messrs. Weatber;>y only by noon on Tuesday next; the winner of a handicap, value 100 nova., alter October 2d, at ten A. M., 6 lb?.; twice, or one value '.'00 sovs., 10 loa. extra; the recond saves bla atake; the new straight mile; 117 subscribera. Mr. T. Brown's b. & Tetrarch, by Mogador out of Parma. 3 years, 6 St. T lba 1 Mr. Lefevre's cb. I. Una, by Monarqne or Jlor temer oat of Regalia (including & lba extra), 3 years, 7 sl 4 lbs. 2 Mr. II. Bird's b. c. The Ghost, by Suffolk out of Fiction, by the Flying Dutchman, 4 rears, 7 st. 4 lbs 3 Tetrarch started eleven times as a two-year-dd, win ning three times. Tbeso wero, first, a polling sweep, stakes, at the Newmarket first October meeting, the distance lour rurlongs; the second, the Gerard Slakes, at Liverpool Novemiier meeting, four furlongs, and at the tamo moating the Fazaberly Stakes, live lurlongy. WASHINGTON. FROM OUR REGULAR CORRESPONDENT. WAsnisr.Tos, Nov. 16, 1870. GENERAL CBOOK 8TATES THAT THE INDIAN WAB WILL SOON BE OVEB?YEBY FEW INDIANS ON THE WARPATH. Private advlcex from General Cook Indicate that bo tbluka the Indian war will soon be ovor. lie has written that be will prosecute tho winter campaign as vigorously as he can, so as to be through with It before tho lull severity of tho season sets In. lie says that there are hardlv any Indians on the warpttb now, except the band under Cgazy H^rse, which Is not very numerous, and about 2,000 Indiana, who are estimated to be yet with Sitting Bull, and supposed to havo gone North. Kven should these latter confront Gen eral Croon, It la believod that fee will have a sufficient forco under him to contend successfully with tho hos tiles. But tho opinion prevails strongly that Sitting Bull will not flghl any more, and that tho burrassing ha has boen subjected to, and tho lottsos he has suf fered In the large numbers of followers who have de serted bim, will cause him to fly northward. There is no belief entertained that ho or his followers will come into the agencies. It Is feared that Gonernt Crook's command will experience similar and as great suffering now as they did last year on the plains. Tho Commissioner of Indian Aflairs will submit hia report to tho President to-morrpw for approval, alter which It will be mado public. No doubt is felt that the President will approve hia recommendations. " BOSS " SHEPHEBD'S AEBANGEXENT WITH HIS CBBDITOBS. The creditors of Alexander Shepherd, at their meet ing to-night, came to an agroemeat with him by which ibey extend their claims lor flvo years, and take in Immediate exenange therelor bonds with semi annual coupons. The bonds are to be secured bjr a mort gage covering his real estate, her dower In which is released by his wife. His showing of assets gave an excess of $48,000 over liabilities ? ??? ? GENERAL WASHINGTON DESPATCHES. Washisotos, Nov. 15, 1870. BCATTEBINO THE SEED AMONO THE SOW PBS. The annual report of the Commissioner of Agricul ture shows that there were distributed during tho past yoar 1,520,000 packages of vegetublo and Held seeds and textiles. Including nearly U00,000 or vegetable, 372,000 of flower, 60,COO of wheat, 64,000 of tobacco and 863 of cotion. These seeds, tho report says, were collected from all parts of the world, selected becauso of their peculiar excellence and put Into the bands of thousands of In dividuals who make them the germs from which Is to grow a quantity of product that Is to characterize the future operations of the farmor and gardener. THE COTTON CROP?A PAYOBABLE BEPOBT TO THE DkPABTMENT OP AGBICULTUEE. Reports to tho Department or Agriculture indicate that tho season baa been extremely favorable for gath ering cotton, oxcopt In some portions of North Caro lina. Frost has Injured tho top crop in tho northern belt, notably In Arkansas. The flbro is cleaner than nsnal and of superior quality In tho southern belt. Drought Jn the Gulf States, rain aetorms in tho Caro* Unas, tho bollworm In the Southwest and the cater pillar in certain locations near tba Gulf coast, aro chief causes of injury to the crop. The harvest will be com pleted at a much earlier date than usual. The crop ninst bs smallor than that of last year, bowovar favor able and long the remaining season for gathering. In the comparison with the last crop tbo percent | agosof the Atlantic coast States are relatively larger I by reason of tho poor roturns of 1875, and smaller In I tho Southwest from comparison with the remarkable yield of that region. They are as follows:?North Carolina, 02; South Carolina, 90; Georgia, 110; Flor ida, 100; Alabama, 77; Mississippi, 78; Louisiana, 83; Texas, 100; Arkansas, 74; Tenneaseo, 10L Tho aver age Is between 88 and 80. indicating, without reference to the remainder of tho picking season, nearly nine tenths of the crop of 1875. THE FOBTHCOMINO ESTIMATES?AN INCBEASE IN ALL THE DEPARTMENTS EXCEPT THE PENSIONS. The House Committee on Appropriations has been called by Ita Chairman to meet on the 22d Inst. There promises to be a tall attendance or the members. The estimates for tho diplomatic and consular service slightly oxceed $1,200,000. 'This is $.'>9,000 In excess or tho amount appropriated for the fiscal year, and nearly fl50,000 less than the estimates of last yoar. Tho estlmatos for all of tho expenses of the government, with tho exception of the pensions, aro larger than tho appro priations or tho present year. Tho pensiob estimates are $28,533,600, $1,000,000 less than the amount appro priated for tho present year. A considerable annual reduction In the pension lists may now be counted upon. The, Indian and army estimates are much larger than the appropriations granted at the last session of Congress lor the current fiscal year; out the Post Ofllce estimates promise to be nearly tho same. ADMIBAL FOBTEB AND THE CAPTURE O* RICHMOND. Tho trial or tho claim of Admiral Porter and the North Atlantic squadron, lor prize money, growing out or the capture ot Richmond, was begun yesterday boforo Judge Humphries. Colonel Enoch Tottcn and Qainton Corwino appeared for tho naval squadron, andqHon. H. H. Wells, United States District Attorney, for the United Statos. About $1,500,000 Is Involved in tho controversy. THE MISSOURI OUTLAW'S. COMMENCEMENT OF THE TRIALS O* THE TRAIN AND BANK BOBREBS?THE PROBABLE RESULT INDICATED. St. Lons, Nov. 15. 1870. Tae trial ol tho noted outlaws from Missouri, Cole, Bob and Jim Younger, train and bank robbers, began yosterday at Fairboult, Minn., on tbo four Indictment* presented to tho Grand Jury?tho first for tho murder of lleywood, tbo Northfleld Bank cashier; second, for tbo murder ot Gustaveson, the Swede, supposed to hire been shot by Coto Younger; thlM, tor tho as sault io kill Bunker, and fourth, for robbery. All ihroe have boon Indicted Jointly. The prisoners i will probably plead not guilty. All aro In good health and spirits. Tnoy havo retained as counsel three good lawyers, and tho prevalont belief Is tnat thov will es cape with imprisonment lor life, or even a lighters en teBee. None of tbeir friends or relatives have yet ar rived at Madalla. CROOKED WHISKEY IN JERSEY. Trmtox, Nov. 16, 1870. In the United States District Court here, to-day, Jntnos llclntyre was sentenced totwo years' imprison ment in the State prison, for carrying on illicit dis tillery In a cellar of his residenco at Kabway. Charles A. Diebold was sentenced to four months' imprison ment lor supplying ?our beer to Uclntyre, from which the crooked whiskey was mnnulactared. EUROPEAN MARKETS. Psonrrs hxCHAHOK RaroRr.?Liv?rc?oi., Nov. 15, Porn- l.nndrii iliill .it *>*. ; W'e.tem dull st 7I?, ? lutein canvas cured, ?lull at r>?.. short rlt> ituli at 44 . ; long clear ?lull hi IK . ?h"it clear ilmi mil. ; Iihih*, Inn,- clear, ila I hi ."Mia ; nlmui.lei* noli at 815*. Hear? Iniii i nv?* steadv nt UK's. , ?xlrai!o. dint at 1 UK. ; nrlm<- .to. Meady nt *"N t,ur I Prim \le*ter? llrnior at ??!?. Titilow Crime ciiy ?lull at 4.'W M.l turpentine. ?|?lr.t., ?tc?d> ,t -.>7, tioaln?Common firmer at "it '.??! . tlmi dull at l<>* U.I Ciiee*e American eb.iiec firmer sl (MK. Laid nil dull at .'?4*. Hour? Kalra Male dnll at "J.'n Wheat?jlo. I -iirlna alead.v at 1 a.. .No. - iln. steady nt !?<. 4il. winter dull nt IK ill I t W extern, iteaily ui ld% til. for Smiihern. t'orn? H>itt mixed dull at ~,!? Lnsnnjr On. Markct-Londo.i. Nov. 15?Evening.? Lin seed oil. 29t .'Id. a 21',*. Od per c<rt. HIE CM REBELLION. A Band of Cubans Seize a Steam?r by Killing Its Officers. SHOOTING OF A WOMAN. The Liberating Army Reported To Have Had a Victory at Puerto Principe. FfllESTS TO BE BANISHED. Havana, Nov. IS, 187(1. By a desperate and startling ruso tbe Cabana have at last seized a small steam Teste], and by severe fighting tbey are declared to bavo captured a seaport, defeating In tho struggle recently arrived Spanish troops. BEIEIXO A STEAMER OX TBI 1IIGI1 aKAS. While tbe steamer Moctezuma, belonging to tbe line running betwoeu hero and Porto Rico, and touch log at vsrlous ports or this island and alao at Fuorto Plata, was at the latter port, about eleven passengers embarked, who, when the steamer was on the high seas, killed the captain, first mato, first engineer snd tbe supercargo and took possession ot tbe steamer. They then landed the rest or the passengers on Ro mero Key, Cuba, and put out to sea again. CL'BAN PATRIOTS. It Is supposed theso so-called passengers were Cu bans, tbe whereabouts of tho Moctczuma being un known and Puerto Plata being lull of relugoea from here. DEFEAT or TBI SPANISH TROOPS. Well grounded rumors are current hore of a tight having occurred, resulting disastrously to tho Span lards, near Puerto Principe. Tbe newly arrived Span. Ish troops arc said to have been engaged in this affair. Tl^e Spanish forces retired to Puorto Principe. A KCMOUKD expedition. There is another rumor that the Spanish authorities have capturod a boat near Baracoa, with four insur gents on board, carrying correspondcnoe trom Cuban refugees In New York to tho Insurgents hore, stating that an expedition wUh arms, ammunition and money was on Us way to this Island under command of Que sada. BHOOTINQ WOKEN?MOT 15 BCLOARIA. Saturday's Gazette publishes a sentence of a court martial, held at Holguln, condemning a woman named Salome Gomez to be sbot, and another, named Paula Gamboa, to be baulsbed. Tbe otfonccs for which these sentenoes were paased are not given, but It Is supposed thst both women woro Implicated In the Las Tunas sffair. Nothing whatever baa transpired about tbo Investi gation into tho conduct of tbe Spanish commander and officora who capitulated at Las Tunas. PATRIOTIC PRIESTS. Tho following Roman Catholic priests here?Fathers Arteaga, E. de los Santos, Miguel de los Santos and Barnada?who are Cubans by birth, havo received inti mations from tbe government to resign. Falling to do this, it la aald tbey will bo forcibly deposed. Tbo reasons ssslgned tor this action are tbat the accused preached sermons covertly hostile to the Spanish caase In this Island, and tbat tbey omitted to alludo to Spain during their sermons commemorative of tbo Virgin do Pilar, tho patroness or Saragosaa, In Spain. For this latter offence another priest, Fitber Dooal, Is under judgment, snd also for having alluded, In a speech held In a college, to Jose do la Luz Haballero, advising the scholars to follow In tbe footsteps of that defnnct academician* Arteaga and one of tbe Santos' aro directors of colleges, but they will all be banished to Spain. ARRIVAL or MORS BPASISII TKOOPS. On* thousand troops have arrived from Spain. YELLOW FEVER. Savaxxaii, Ga., Nov. 15, 1870. Tbo total number ot Interments to-day was four, of which two were from vellow ferer. Tbo City Council to-night approved the notion of tho Georgia Medical Society aod tho Health Officer in declaring the epidemio at au end and advising absentees to return. A BEQUEST FOE FRIENDLESS CHIL DREN. Pbovioexcr, R. I, Nov. 16, 187e. Tbo will of tho late Frank Hammott, of Newport, which was offered for probato to-day, makes tbe Home for Friendless Children bU residuary legator. It is be lieved tbat tho bequest will approximate $100,000. ? CHARITABLE BEQUESTS. - Boston. Nov. IS, 187ft. Tbe will of Eliza Powers, just filed in the probate court, makes bequests to various societies and institu tions, aggregsting above $100,000, Among them aro tho following:? American Unitarian Society, $60,000; Boston Voting Men's Christian Union, $5.<K>0; Grantvillo Unitarian Society, $6,000; ChanninL' House, In Boston, $6,000; Boston Kemalo Orphan Asylum, $5,000', Boston Farm School for Indigent Boys, $6,000; Huston Marine So ciety. $5,000; Children's Mission, to tho ehlldr< n of tbe'destitute, $5,000; MastnehuKott* Society lor tbo Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. $5,000. A FLOUR MILL BURNED. ST. Pact,, Nov. 15, 1878. John Gerbe's flour mill, at Henderson, was burned this morning. The loss Is $15,000 and tho insurance $S,oOO. A CARRIAGE FACTORY BURNED. SvRAcrsB, Nov. 16, 187& Ihe woodwork part of Sanders k Barrett's carriage fnotorv at Oneida was destrovod by fire this morning. Tbo lors Is about $35,000. Fully insured. A SAW MILL BURNED. Clinton, lows, Nov. 16, 1870. A fire bore yesterday destroyed I,aml> k Sons' large saw mill, together with an extensive dry bouse. The loss Is over $80,000. Uninsured. AN INCENDIARY FIRE. Elizabeth, N. J., Nov. 15, 1870. The Rev. Dr. Plorson's house was totally destroyed to-night by fire. The loss is $5,0u0. No insuranco la reported. Tbe house was anocoupled, snd the fire is supposed to be the work ol an incendiary. SAILORS SCALDED TO DEATH. Detroit, Nov. 16, 1870. A report Just received from Sheboygan, Mich., states that tbo tng J. W. Dennett went nshoro on Monday night nosr St. Helena Island, In tha Straits of Markl naw. On Tuesday morning flvo of her crew wero smothered and scalded to death In a room over the boiler by steam which escaped from the saiety valve. Tho llenneti ha* been pulleii off by tbe tug l.cvlathau and brought to St. Helena, slightly damaged. FUNERAL OF REY. F. COGGESHALL. Pkovidkbce, R I , Nov. 15, 1870! Tbe funeral of Rev. Freeborn Coggcs'iull, a member of the Society of St. John tho Evangelist, of Oxford, England, was solemnized at St. Mary's church, of East Providence, this afternoon. Rev. Father I ton son, ol oxlurd, conducted tho ceremonies, asalsted hy Itov. Mesara A. C. A. llalo aod C. E. Gardner, ot Huston; F. Maturn aod O. H. Prescott, of Philadelphia. Tlio service was eblcfly cbo. al and tbo holy communion waa celebrated. AMUSEMENTS. BTXINWAY BILL?SIMK. ANN ETTE EKMPOrr's SECOND CONCERT. Doipito tbe lowering skies that spread a gloom over the metropolis yeslorday tho halt of Messrs. Stolnwav was pretty well ailed last niglit, when, after tbc usual Introductory overture by tho orchestra, on this occa alon Bchubtri's "Alfonso and Estrella," Umc. Easl po(T, tbe latent woudor In our musical world. inudo her second appearanco bo fore tho American public. tbo darint of tho lady .in tbe two concerts in which she has been hoard Id this city Is very remarkable. Last night she essayed a programme of even larger dimensions than that in which sbo ruado her debut. It was the following:? Grand concerto (in D minor), llublnsteln; prelude and fugue (with chorale). Mendelssohn; eigne, Bach ; sonate, In Ajmajor, Scarlatti; barcolc, elude In F, raise, Chopin ; nocturne. Field; serenade, Schubert?Liszt; otudo, D flat, Liszt; gavotte, Silas; polonaise, Weber?Liszt. Tho concerto is ono ol those works that glow with all the (Ire and erratic style of the Kussiau composer, and makes larger demands on the pianist, orchestra and conductor than any other piano work ?c knew of. Such waa Rubinstein's own opinion, us ho has boen always particularly careful about Its production, even wbeu hn was tho pianist. Mr. Rolnhsrd Schmelz, tbo diroclor of tho orchestra last nlyhl, Is, evidently a careful, painstaking leader, and ho kept his men uuder severe discipline throughout tho con certo, at the satno time Infusing into their minds a great doal of the spirit aud dash tndlspcnsablo with such a work. Mine. EasipofT made a success second only to that schleved by tho composer. Tho flrst movement, Moilrratn, with its liorn passages as a proludo to tho piano, was magnificently played. Tho bold, declamatory phrases, with their long, ex tended chords, that introduce tho piano, w.-ro given wltn a degreo of vigor and earnestnesa that recalled memories of Rubinstein. Then those peculiar arpeg itto passages that flash upon the mind as the phos phorescent gleam on tho wave In a tropical cyclone sprang from tho Ivory keys with a light that secmod to como from some hidden artistic source. The second movement, mnltralo cutai, Is the least Interesting In tho concerto. There Is no poetry In It. It is positive and declamatory. How the corresponding tnovomont in other great piauo works Is veiled in an aintosphoro ol Idyllic bosuty' one can readily ascertain. It wis ao ungrateful task lor the pianist, but one that sho accomplished, ll was bard to descend from the paradiso of a Chopin andante to tho stern realism or Rubinstein, wbo, with all his great talent, seldom succeed* In gaining admit tance to that artistic Garden of Eden called poesy. At times ho is like tho Perl at tbe gai% with the sigh of tbe lover and the drop of life blood of the , patriot. But he never attains tho desired talis- | man that Is requisite to admit him to the charmedclrclo of musical poets. Tto Impotuous./innfe passed over tlio keys with the power of a whirlwind. Tho Oral ol tho' throo preludes. cpusSJ. book I., by Jlcndelssehu, with Its ponderous fuguo and massive choral, seldom interpreted with spy degree (it effect by modern pianists, brought out the best qualities of Mine. Essploll's playing, lu the three Cnopin works tho interpretation maybe likeu? d to tho mncilul description ol anothergre.it artist's playing:?"It possessed all the qualities ol tbe perlurar ol tho garden, tbe murmur ol the brook, the sigh Hot tho summer zephyr." Tbo rugged nature of Ltszt seems to be softened down to Arcadian mildness In Ills "Elude" in 1) flat and the fair pianist played It caressingly. In the martial measures of Carl Maria Von Wooer's Polonaise in E, splemlidlv arranged for piano and orchestra by Liszt, Madamo "Essipoff brought a very interesting con cert to a close. It was a work In which Von Biilow won his greatest success in this clly. Madame EssipolT's Interpretation was preferable In tho artistic commingling ol power and expression. There was not always thst ardent lire of tho virtuoso that makes tho polonal a blinding colctum in tbe domain ol urt. The shades ol expres sion reflected themselves on the broad mirror ol tho bold phrases as if a Ciigllostro waved his wand over ll. The complete mastery over the piano which Mme. Essipolf has attaiuea recalls the lino ol Spencer? Playing alone, careless, on her lieuvenlie virginals, lions. Alfrod Vivien played on tbe violin a concerto by his teacher, Liianard, and a polonaise by Wlemaw ski. Ho made a mccesi in botn by the perfection of his technique and tho elegaucn ?f his styie ol playing. On Friday Mme. Essipoil plays tbreo concertos by lieetboven, Ucnsolt oud Mendolssobn. THE BROOKLYN THEATRE. Mr. Owens played last night to a good audlenco at this house his woll known character ol Caleb Plumraor and reocivcd well earned applause. Caleb Is ouo of tbe best or this excellent artist's impersonations, and In Its |iersonatiou ho displays thst uolon or feeling and judgment which is the base ol all true art. Tbcro Is so much pathos In tho humor aud so sly hnmor In tho bluudors of tho o:d tovmakcr that nu interior artist uilght euslly step across the boundary which sepuratos pathos iroin burlesque and destroy tho effect ol tho quaint tenderness of the old man. Mr. Owons manages to accentuato every beauty ol Ibe character and yet preserve it so lr?je from exaggeration or alloc tatlon that wo are willing to loruet ll is acting and ac cept it as an exquisilo piece of human nature brought accidentally under our nonce. Ibe remaining charac ters were verv well Ailed. Mr. Owens will appear In tho same character this ovouing. CT1ICKERING IIAI.I. Last night Mh-s Lizzie L. Clarke gavo a selection of readings at this hall. Tho audicuco was a largo and a select ono, and It greeted the lair reader when she ap peared with a generous and hearty wolcome. Pre vious to the readings Madumo Isolta Rcbccfiini en tertained tho assemblage with tho "Tu A1 rut Squardo Omnoposente" ol Verdi, after which Miss Clarke, without other preface, commenced her readings with u dramatic poem entitled, "Tift l'ainter ol Seville," which she rendered well. Her -'Miss Maloney on the Chinese IJiiestlon" was particularly good, and took, as Irish rec.tafons generally do when given wlih eveu ordinary ability. "The I'ride of Batiery B" wus de livered lnirlv. A number ol other wNI chosen selec tions complotod tho performance. Taken altogether Miss Clarke niado a lavorablo impression, anil pleased tiiosn who were drawn to Cblcluriug Hull to listen to her elocutionary eirons. OPENING NIGHT OF IIKLLEB's WONDER THEATRE. Last nljjhl Iho Wonder Tlioatie?for so tbe Globe bas been renamed by Mr. Robert Heller, wbo has leased It was thronged on tho occasion of his first enter j taminent this season. Tho thentro has beeu prelIlly llttod up, the stage being particularly neat und attrac tive, and, Judging Irom the donght expressed by the audience, the performances ol Mr. aud Miss Heller will remain popular throughout the winter. This prcstl dtgitaieur, who would have been hanged as a wizard in anc.ent times, Is well known in the United States, and respectahlo people go to see bis marvels without lenr ol one or both of tho syllables of bis significant name. V;any good conjurers have visited this couutry ? atuo ig mem Anderron, the two Hermanns, Blitz and, lately, Casenouvo? and Mr. Heller may rank anions the best. His tricks are very ciever, il not very new,-and It is almost impossible to invent anything absolutely new in illusions ol tbo kind. Hciue said ol art in general that "the subject wus nothing; tbo treatment everything." Mr. lleilor lias the ability to make ibe old i-eetn new by Ills manner of treuling it. He has tho advantage ol speaking English perfectly and ol keeping up a running lire ol Jote< arid puns which iiold the audience In a continual siule ol amuse ment or ustouishmcnt. Other magiciana havo cooked an omelette In a gentleman's hat; with eggs, butler, rings and ribbons lor tbo ingre dients. but lew havo put us much gojd humor aud luti into the process. Others havo made coffeo out ol r?gs end nrlk out of newspapers, bill few would have thought ol calling the latter iho "milk of human kindness as extracted from the New York press''?a miracle, indoed, II Mr. Holier iibcd newspapers published during the present political excitement. These two tricks and ??The Fortunes and Mistorlunes ol a Handkerchief," "The Doltcalod Cauaries" and tbo "Witches' Polo" were executed with porlecl ease, while iho antics of Havel, Mr Boiler's automatic llllle clown, created beany laughter and applaase. Mr. Heller Is a line pianist, an<l the musical part of tho programme was well received. Tbo third psrt w*h devoted to a curious trick callod "second sight,'' in which Miss Hellor, silting bllndlolacd In tbe middio of Iho stage, named score* of all kinds of artioies collected from the audience by Mr. Heller?such aa knives, match t>oxes. glasses, gloves, cigar holders, neckties, evou telling si once the dates tip-in coins aud the letters upon wstehes and rings at a distance id llfiy or sixty leet. Tho cntortainineut coocmded with an Interest ing explanation ol parlor magic fbr the bcncfll ol the students of Hclleriiiu. MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC NOTES. "King Lear" Is In rapid preparation at Booth's, and will be produced on December 2. Wo glvo tho princi pal foaiurea of the cast:? ' Mr. I,i?wrene? llarrelt l.dgar .7. Davenport Diikh ni iluriiund/ Mr- Lewis K. Barrett link- or Cornwall . Mr. George W. W e.?e|l? Imke of Albany Mr. K. Collier harlot Kent Mr. Ilenry L.ngeoa hurl of I.loueester Ileary Weaver Kninuii'l '. frrd i?. Wsnte i>l.l Man w ,w; Graham Ph??icl?ii ?????'? 1 ? ?"'? Tl?e * e> u???nr < ulfl Kr*nte 1st I tit lioncrll !/."..V.V.V.V.V... MU* (lerlrmlf Kc.U?m .... Slli# lh?mW?hl Intuit* CordeII*. He*irlc? rttrnflord Messrs. Barrett end Davenport have never played tbelr respective parts In ibis city bolore. Miss Hiraf ford will be remembered an tho yoong iad? who played "Juliet" in I<oodon last seat-on during the Illness of Miss Neiiion. Mr. Warde will reappear hero after an absence of a year. Mim Kale Claxton baa been very successful sn "Con science" at Toronto. * Adelaide Netlbou la playing an immense engagement at Pittsburg, and will coine to Now York In February. Mr. J. W. Hrulone, recently ol ibo Park Theatre, wbo played tho Scotch juryman in Oalicy Hull's "Crucible," Is seriously ill. Charles Kish and Komeo Sebastian will contest the "championship of tho world" as circus riders at Barnaul's on Saturday evening. As both are very tine riders, an unusually bold and exciting display ol eques trianism Is certain. . The lull cast of "Miss Million," tho new drama In which Miss Clara Morris will make her appearance at the Union Square Theatre, is as lollops:? Maurice do Latour Mr J. O'Neill I)r. 0?burn? M .J. II. M?dilart M Helm Mr .ioliu l'ar?-ll? Paul dp Latour Mi-? Mnljrl L*onnid Master Wapping Mr (' VI Cnilli.s Tno sale of seats will lieirln this niorumg. TIIKATIIK TtCKfcT M'KCULMOr.8. To Till Kuitoii or TUK lluuALt):? 1 was very glad to see "Tlreuire Goer's" letter In | Ibis morniiig's lli.n.u.n. Some tluio sinco 1 suilered a like imposition at tho bauds ol tho ticket speculator at Wallace's. Tho swiudle iu my case was in selling me whai wero represented to be aislo seats, wiieu they were really nothing ol the kind. 1 advise those wbo nro unable lo procure liekels at itio bo* olflce to buy them at tbe hotels. They eau be had, 1 tbink, at all the llrst class lioines. This theatre, ono ol tho most respectable in tho city, ought to ruforni such iiuixancos. i Mi.? Mniton Matliilde ile l.alour, Arabella IMioru*.. Jane de Latour .... Kitty V i :<i .i Morn* .... Mla? Sara .lewrtt ...Mrs, Marie Wilkin* .... Illjoil II eroii Mil la>ui*a Sylvester .Helen Vinccul Louiko. Ktw York, Nov. 14, 18'rt. MK. MARKS. A NEW OPERA HOUSE. stkakosch's splendid scheme fob a temi*lb OF MU8IO ON THE SITE OF UILMOBE's OABDEN?ONE MILLION FOB THE QBOUND AND ONE MORE FOB THP. EDIFICE. To tub Editor of tiik IHrald:? ODe ol tho main purposes which I liiul to view in tny pr?rout lengthened visit to tho United Stutes was to examine, aud, It possible, solvo a problem which has lor many yours coulrontod both tho poople ol Now York, aud, inoro especially. every operatic manager who bus catared for tlu m. That problem was bow to make ltaliar. opera, as well as Eugltsh and tiormau opera, a llourishing purmaucjr tu tho metropolis of tbo United States. It must have been patent to evon the least observant that hitherto tho establishment of tbo opera tn tbts city has been attended- with difficulties well nigh iusurmouutuble. Why should this be tba case? Tho pooplo of Now York do not yield either In wealth, intelllgcuco or culturo to any of the great European capitals where tbe opera flourishes, nor can it bo said that tboy aro behind tbetn in their appreciation of tho divino art. Conse quently the rca&ou lor this anomaly must he sought lor in another dlrocttou. And hero I would say tliat an experience ol a quarter of a century has possibly littca me to speak with sotno tncasuro of weight upon this question. Now, 1 wish to be allowed to say that after a very carelul examination ol tho question, I have com* to tbo conclusion that tho difficulty lies mainly in tho present horn# of opera in this oity, tf sucb it can be called. 1 am desirous of speaking with all respect of tbe gouilomeu who but t tho Academy of Music, and ol those wno aro now the stocks holder?. But to those, perhaps, moro than to any ono else It must have boon clear that any thing like an attempt to mako opera at tbo Academy a permanenov would have been llnnncial rum to tho manager uadertaklng it. Why is this? 1 ihink tbo reason is to be lound In tbe ono great drawback with which every manager is weighted iu tho prescriptive rights of tho stockholder?. They own, and ir tboy choose, occupy on all occasions about tho best third of the whole house, from this third tho general public is as absolutely excluded as ir it had no exlHence. Tho boxes arc so placed as almost to make It aproar that the Academy ol Music wero exprea-ly constructed with a view lo their prominence. As lar as my knowl edge goes this twoloid disadvantage does not exist in auvthiuK approaching the same degreo in any opera houee iu Europe. Hut, oven it it din, I am not of opinion that It would ho so latal to opera us It is iu Now York. Monarchv, aristocracy, and the privileges ol custo are things to winch tne European minu has lor centuries been accustomed. Here the very loundattous or tbo national institutions it, mo doctrine ol personal equality. It is therefore distasteful to the bulk ol Ibo opera-going public to kuow beforehand that they aro excluded Irorn tho best third ol tne house at whatever performance It may be. Therefore uulefs lor some very unusual attractions, iliev will not go to the Academy. 1 ?1" uot wish to be understood us saying that the cause alleged is the solo one for such abstention of the public as bas brought linancial ruin to moro than one good manager; but 1 think U may be lairiy claimed that this exclusion is substantially tho cause ol such abstention on uli ordi nary occasions. Nor Is this unnatural. Kor wore a picture dealer to summon the public lo a enlo lniorming thoin at the same time thai the best third of hla picture! wero not for sale, ho would undoubtedly have u very diller ent assemblage iroui thnt winch wotafd surround hira II tho whole wero advertised to be sold without reserve. The same would bold equally good ol auy other pro ducer ol woiks ul art. Now no one will deny that tho chief city in tho United'Mate- aud tbo third in tno world iu point ol numbers, Intelligence, culture und weulth should have nn opera house equal to that of uuy capital ol the Old ^ AUc'r having said so much that is purely nognUve la us character I shall probably be asked wuethcr 1 liavo am positive plau lo oiler as a remedy lor tbo existing state of things. 1 bavo. It is to build a Grand Opera llouso on tho block boiween Twenty sixth und Twonty-?evenlh streets, Madison avenue aud fourth avenue, on the slto ol tho present Gtltuore s Garden with tno laeado on Madison avenue, for the production ol Italian. English, German aud Kronen ..pern. And 1 think It will be conceded that there Is not, either in regard to spaciousness, dc sirability ol location or ease oi access, a moro splendid aito in this citv upou ? hicb to orect the hotno oi grand opera, with its length oi 4J0 leet by a width ol 200, ninl its unimpeded approaches on all four aides. Nor have I matured this idea without providing, In the contingency ol tts realization, something ibut mu?t urovo uuusually gratifying and Haltering to tbo Amen I cm public. Hotti tin trial masters, \ erdl nnd Gou i nod, have promised euihMwrilu uli opera expressly ! lor ilio contempiuied opera houfo. . ? I mclisrd Wagner's lamous "Itiug der Nfbclungcn I would bo ono of tho lOJtures ol ino llrst soason. time Aocluia Paltl lios most lormaily prom ; ,,,.J mo to revisit America It I succeeded i iu my project Kcal French ojkra romigur I i,ut not optra bonjff, woul I be produced I here Aud last but not least, very templing oilers ! would be made lo Miss Clara l*ouis?t Koliogg, the great ' \mertcau prima donna, to make the now opera house 1 n homo lor n regular English operatic se.isoo. Ilio i houso would be in the strictest souse an international : oners house, and Willi such a couibiualloo, appealing 1 in this cosmopolitan CUV to residents or sll ihe chief national,ties, n Is reasonable to assume that success I would bo placed beyond a peradveniure. To return now lo tbo malarial |wiri of my plan, ino 1 ground ol which I have tb-s roiu-ai, and ll*e building, which should be ono ol th? ornaments ol New York, would cost about tJ.OOo.OOO, Including all Iho necessary scenery, dresses aud appoiutmeins. _ My plan would be lo erect a but dtug capsule ot seating&,000 persons I be lutiiH lor mis purpose I propose to ratae by issuing 2 uoo sharea ol slock at #1,000 c.ich. lb# stock holder's security would tn- tho lanu su i the bui.dtng uikiu it. In lieu or tntei cat I hey would have ho right to Iree admission to every performance, but woulu uot be ontilled to reserved souls except by pay ins the difference between the prico ol iho enteral ?d misston and ibo reserved seuts, upon Ilio same condi_ lions as the general public. It may be safely assumed Itiat not more ilinn one-h ill of the stockholders would l.o present at sny ono performance. I bus there would bo 4 000 seats at Ihe disposal of tho general public, and ler t'lie bonetll ol the management I need iiardlv ad vert to the comparatively low prices which a tu .auger would be rn ibled to charge when sblo to accommodate so great a number ol people. Ihls plan, so ur, does I not dtlfer es*?ut!ally irotn Ihat of , most others i ol u similar character; but I would ; now draw especisl attention to ihat '?which is Us novel sod striking loature, ! and ii will be seen that probably never has a plan been ! presented lo tbe public lor Us nounlcname and sup I port in which the advantages to me stockholders are | so manliest and so great the risk so trilling, sod tba general good Accruing to the musical public no evident i and lasting. One nundred ol too shares would be re I doomed und cancelled every year, commencing on? I year aflor thl opeuing night oi the opera, and this amount?vis. IHW.O-i?Owtil bo paid to the holders. ! The abov? sum mv brother Max ?n? myself, bucked by I a powerful minimal association, win |ay annually on conditions to be agreed on by tne shareholders and i ourselves for twenty yeurs. It will thus lie seen that at this rata the whole ol '.ho principal would lie paid "back at the eud or that period. I hero im rely sketch the outlines ol a scheme which appears lo me eminently leasiblc, and wh ch 1 nave deiermined lo try und carry out Thero is no reason whatever why the ojiers?recognized lit all oiv'luod countries as ihe most refined und elevating entertain ment, aud which flourishes iu tbo chief capitals ol Europe, and even in Cairo, Havana and Itio Janeiro? should not l>o a vigorous permanent institution tn the llrst city on this continent Whether ihe wealth, in telligence and culture ol New York are desirous that such a consummation should bo brought about in Iho form in which I propose it is a question wliicn 1 now submit lolhem, sod which l have every hop* of not only a favorable, but sn entlinxi u obedient servant MALBlCE SNtAkOSCH. Naw York, Nov. li, IB?#. COUNTERFEIT TWENTY TOLLAE BILL. ParrKso*. N. J., Not. 15, 1878. A m?n named Post. ?1 Hackunsack, wan arrested here to day for iiasMn* a twcni v-doliar counterfeit note on iho Kirst National liauk of Portland, Cons. HOTEL ARRIVALS. Governor elect Richard I?. Hubbard, of Conn?rtlcal> la at t l*o Hotel Brunswick. D'Witt C. Kiln, SuporiQ. tendent of the Now York Bank Department; General Clinton B. Kick, of St. Louis, nnd Rev. l?r. Thomas K. Conrad, of Philadelphia, are ut the Fifth Avenuo Hotel Lieutenant Comuiau ler II. C. White, lulled Statei Nary, la at the Brevoort House. Captain John II. I'psliur, United Stales .Navy, Is at the Clarendon Hotel. Warner Miller, ni Herkimer, N. V.. 1* at tho Union Square Uoti'l Judge Jfiliu A. Meredith, of lEIchtnnnd, la at ttie New York Hotel. Deputy Quartermaster General Afthor I!. Eddy, lulled States Army, aad .Medical Director James Suddards, I'uited'State* Navy, are at tho Sturtevant House. J. N. Camden, of Weil Virginia, Is at tho Hoffman House, l'rofessor M. C Vincent, of London, Is at tho 81. Nicholas Hotel. 1'niied Slates AiMt-lanl Treasurer George S, Hangs, oI Chicago, is at tho St. James Hotel. HALE'S HONEY OK HOREH0UND AND TAR will curn iline cnmpi?i?ta. throat dlwitri. colda, Ac. M. HEM IN WAY .* SON HECK IV ED THE HIGH ea h vuiil lur tin- lifi>i M ti'HtMM ami mkwi.no Sii.k ? I lie jmtces mi ?ilk?. In cIviiik the highest awxrd fnr ma rtin. e mid iviiiik ailka In il. Ilemliiwav A nona. Has thn full.i?liij* mrunu litui.'uai;e, which ?|ie.ik? lur ilaelf:? the ulmirari k*ti*i itiHlfad the yradsct kmis described. rii*pectlally recommend tho same to the United Slut oh Centennial I'ommhslou lor award lur the fullering reason* : ? A .nil aamrtinent of colored anil black Machine and Sow ing Mia, periect in ((ualit.v uf material, color and wurkmao al^ij.. A true copy of the record. Signed. KB VXCIS A. WALKER. Chief ol Bureau of Awarda. A. T. (iOHIIOKN. Director (jeueral. ,1. It. IIAWLKY, President. A ? 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An evening paper n.'ver begins it* career with the anticipation of any slick victory a? thia: or, 11 It does, such anticipations are speedily shown to bs illusion* aa fallacious aa thev are glittering. In fact, we ate willing to confess ourselves that no premoni tion at auy time informed us that the nubile would l>? hungry for ua to tlila ravenous extent. Hat the hunger ei. lated. It grew aa the day advanced. The political grist which c ?ine to nfir mill waa rapidly transferred Into moral and emotional food, for which the famishing public made an onset. Our Industrious preaaea could scarcely work faat enough to fnrnlab the supply All day * ircwil. the proportions of which have aeldom been equalled around a newspaper bunding, surgotl and awayed about THE TELKOIiAM nfHce. and became the exponent of thw intensely excited public feeling. This wild Braving outside our ollice waa tile correlative ol'tho enterprise an . 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