Paul Cazeneuve, a young romantic actor who has achieved great success in romantic roles, will be tho attraction at the Athens Theater next Thursday, presenting Alexander Dumas' famous comedy-drama, "The Three men." The Chicago Record says of this per-rormance : "There is a young actor in the cast of 'The Three Guardsmen' at the Lincoln Theater this week whose light has evidently been bidden under a bushei, in tuis country, at least. It is only a question of time, however, before some manager of promiuence discovers nis real merit and gives him the recognition tliat rijrhtfully bolongs to him. The young actor in questioa ia Paul azene uve, who baile from tho south of France. He possesses all the flre and energy of the people of his native country, has a splendid idea of comedy, and, what is so uncomiHon in actors, is extremely modest. He as3umos the role of 'D'Artagnan' in 'The Three Guardsmen,' and while comparisons are odious, it must bo said to the credit of Cazeneuve that his portrayal of the character compares well with that of the younger Salvini. Tho houses yesterday were not slow in recognizing Cazeneuve's merits, and after the first act he was enthusiastically applauded,"