The boards for the sale of ticket?, incltidlng reserved seats, fortlie Cornmenceinent Concert will be open Saturday tnorning. June 23d, at 9 o'clock, at Wahr'g on Main st., and at Moore"s on State st. Admiasion 50 cents. The interesting drama, "Lost in London," was preaented at the Academy of Miislc. last evening, by Newton Beera' excellent cotnpany, who did very eflectlve work. The play was put on the stage with a wealth of scenic splendor, and the effect was both realistic and praiseworthy. The incidental features were appreciated.- Chicago Journal. The full libretto for the cantata " The Passing of 8ummer " to be sung at the Commencement Concert, will be issued and distributed so that all may have ampie time to become familiar witli the words, and thus be able to enjoy ihorouehly the whole concert A large audionce attended the first presen tatiou of Newton Beers' "Lost In London " at the Academy of Music last evening and applauded the good points of tilia spectacular production to the echo. The scenery proved to be sonoethlng beyond the ordlnary, and the specialtics introduced iuto the play were yery rauch appreciated. The leading parta in the play are taken in a apirited manner. - Chicago Herald. The Chicago Inter-Ocean saya: The Newton Beers' company played " Lost in London,'' at the Aoademy for the lirst time on last evening. It la a hlgfaly aenaational piece with magnitlcent scenic effects and a good vocal divertisements. The scenery is as fine if not finer tlian ever was seen in that Theatre before, and the tinal transformaron of a tumble down slianty, into a bewllderingly beautiful paradise, is unexcelled. "Lost in London," will be repeated this evening. The first part of the Comniencement Concert will consiatoí a cantata " ASmnmer Idyl," entilled " The Passing or Summer," compoeeil expressly for this occasion. It consists of some very biautiful 8oloa and choruses, and the rehearaals give every promlse of very fine work by all those who are to take part. Miss May Whedon wi)l sing the soprano tolo parta, Miss Katie Jacobs the Contralto, and Mr. Cha rteí B. Stevens, of Detroit, the tenor. The second part of the program is unusually attractive and if any thing will draw an audience we helieve It ia the coming concert. A gypsy chorus with acting and costunie will be a new feature. It is also understood that the Glee Club will sing in thelr own selectlons; to those who heard tliem a few weeks ago thia will be an ¦anouncement gladly received. We predict a large aulience and hope the Amphion club will realize the financial succes3 they anticípate.