Inspeakfngof the"Sllver Klng" the Eveniiig Jouraal says: The play tliroughout pleased a large audience at Whltney's opera house last night. It is a happy comblnation of dramatic qualities tosuita inotley audienoe. Behind the strong passiou wliich is revealed, soraetimes indirectly, inevery line for elther good or evll, tliere i.s the tendeney of the foriner to prevalí. Nol by the aroused energie of the passiou, but by the coolness and delibérale judgment, brought into play by the passing of time and the assistlng existence of the Mlver King's " belng, does the sirong moral foree ot the play becorae evident. F. C. Bangs made a reputation long before he or hls audiehce heard ol'The Sllver Klng " and asan actor himsell and the father of an actor he maltes of all he undertakes, as far as dramatic eflort goes, a success. The extremely long cast was uncommonly evenly balanced The Nellie Denver if Miss Charlotte liehrens was a womanly portrayal of a WOlnanly part, and the comedy Unes and make-np of Frank Daytpn'ji llarry Corkett, and James Vincent1 Abijüh Coombe were excellent. Samuel Verney as Daniel Jalkes won the hearts i,f the wholeaudienceasstrongly as they were repelled by the Capt. UerbertSUlnuer, the cool villian represented by llarry (Jolton.