Times Union from Brooklyn, New York on November 25, 1882 · 6
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THK FASHIONS. tHMttiOMiMti AortLntnin trrutn At nittc IW r tke tl.w.lrawweele est ! Psr-Ika. IM lk,alM al la Inla tm tm Ktealaf 1 r.f "mm m.f iwtiie MmIiIi Laaiva- Cm) Btewataaja TV uJ totWtla M tiki) wllk mini in fat tatf tall ''' MiiHt' m UV eaelrusw Uw UWUk y-am. Wk to SS kli lit. VelS kV S faHaWat IRatel ftM fl uf Hi tWa eavuwe rttu It, a UK ft kvliilaat wiel, lift " BaeSleat InlM Hft lftIUU lii.e.1 Hh ft esaBiiaMiia raw, t. tin IimU, imb) a ''' freea Bilk . Uh '" kUM9wU Uua. Iinweee (ih iiaeusii; panlee r tn snort, fttxiami Ik ateh.ie ! (- ami taiy. and at llaMlily Ul1 mlh eiw "I Jaa ft er uf Willi, aletal i (Hi'tuau Ilk ha. ValasiBaeiiiaao lent. In "' I uWua ' featUra, elvella ft Ml fiulla, ere lemrnlii. u f-f a seniume ! toi-li Mlnire 1 1 rial M scrolled fiar lastly rlriaira la rvt'l """ Bea slls of ft twb ra Brsl. eltlef uf ibtftc llt Isaiul r,H.rfTwl I astasia ftliJ4 Boll tr lititt't, Pe4eil I'aar, MM aaaa, wn, el.nrt tank tvoiaerevaikU ael-ee, salwri. lilac and pel. "a irwi fti llft anantar eulyf 11mm "tu uaMial wilt, (ark Mm, aura' Una, uyrlls (.ran aui adati tareaa vvlvrls altli ealailislalr sftavt. luitral, II Is suite faakl'tiaUe bi Irian ll.bl rvtauravl allka MhI tblii i4.0 Bjvttl, aiieU fta Bona tlllial, alia, daih evlsa le, Una araawm. Man ofM rati-blnalV-ata of enwar and aatenl ftfa slsu In starts, fttrawtaany red and lvr roll are rottiUtara, Uaa furasw UIKf hub and lua lalut pUlB nal- ajian aanuivai bla (nal faxar nk aa aaa.ax of tafl 4nk alia. HalaiUoi Ulka-iiaa rap atlk wanUoad VlUi rujal puibia vain I la ftaatcb ftdiuliad fur Buaufia' driiiia, aa aw k a tinbrtlr aa aajuair rlawlDl t bat bar Ulnanvad aallb ulaak vt akila lana. fauauft rammlr Iraporiad I'aitaian laaU (li aaaai. ara af tka won tlabmit Wnr-tkraa, tka mrart iving kxiaorilnauona uf oi4ur vnaaHlng wilb Iba aimtaan iwaaa. Onft nlilqiw aVaaa lua lka Inn 4 aft nquraiw aka.lr rf tHifta lari Otanaaaja Mlk, arllta aada iaa of aaaaiiml kron aalava. Tbft pll aual aa of arlitaa aaiia undad atlk Mrw. loa Oarmatpu kodMa) la of tba frrau ailk. with ream aVaru aaak atda uf tlx fnaot, a barb upaoft uaa Ifeaa aw ft aaVaaiMaft of wniaa and aalaar brocavi. lb llo alaaaaa) of tba alia ftra flulabad ft tlift tdjra arltb aa odd aalitara of aftal bniarn aailaaa brad auvav afwl ablla orotda, ft baaa of tbft Trt brlax alaabad ftiid Ucad orar aa lunar band Of tbft) brotavha, matolilrut toft ttlAsmliif opon I ha axanara. Auutlaar aulau kalalta Biaila la Naw lark, la enuilad of aWtm btoft brooadMi ai M oorsram rrim rafnirmna in am ariafta. Tit potUroal front la MuuRMdrd Hb flaa -aiU in ft naltarn of roaaa and aaaraa, and lb bank baa t ami pnlntad train, failing brio an kapift draperr furrnrd frrain lb back of Ui pananr owdrwi Tim bunn at of tba Blrill- fmD. mada altk ft polularl frool, pnatilion bac-k, bftif-ranjclk alaarna, and ft low naoft opautug to a pxlot ftllad In aitli laoa. Bkb durbaaa lac ool-uiaatl arltb ilTr hi ma Ui baqo, alaaTa aod yttiorait, and aTraJ brtckla of aUacr ftra oa to loop lb panir draporr. A cnaKmaa dbim ft Tonng flri Li niad of ahrlmp pink Otto-knanailk, tiimmad down th front ftml on tb rOW-pnlntrd watat arltk ft fnn of alumalliaj atrajKla of fraari and arrataj boada. 'Tn eorafttfa It low aitti poVvd bImt, but bft arhtt tail gaUwvd ao look Ilk a Dob a abotn low uv k, and at kniahad hich alool tu ikrual altb a tog dollar of black Tola. A allot aktrt unr-dared arltb cbioorea ruol.iiix and foil paaaar drafkariaa, emupkiia thai dna, ariiaab la a niuat beouaniuH atyla for a nrl audcr tarcntr. Anntliar lorelT danoin dreaa lift a abort un'lcraklrl uf vblt aatin, ftbirrd and Aulabcd uli an nun-audi a wida-triiiaad naoti around iba bottom. Orar thla la Wattaan Iniilo of atari ailk (ana broeadad with bng wlnl noai rttaoa and bud. otrUkned with prarls and mei-ld baada. A ban ! aoma FrrDoh area called a moaaruaa tuUitU9 h a pointed walat and a pointed train of uioaa raan ralvet, with a ru piuk aaiin pttticoat Irunt, Ali-whil toilattn are not qniw an faab-loaiabMM tbar won lut winter. aonanbiaR aaor novel hating to ba anppUed. Whrn whit at need, it la now ruhljr trnuiurd ilb dark Trl-dt or Ulnminated with a ureal deal ir okl and (Unr Ibraad. Tba boawrjr moat liked at p recant for araninf wtav ia pui ailk, matching tba dreaa in color. rawer rrocirxo im nor mnrua: plain, aolid culura, with pt-rhape a blank or white ailk arrow at the aiile buiua much praierred. Although tba faaliioD baa been in Tfrgue for main niontba. it ia an 11 to be obeerred that black ailk Blocking are the Qljt ebon; with a lars majority of iadim. Very low out alippen aitiiar of French kid, black aatm or the materia! of the dreaa are (till worn nlth evening toilette. A great nianr pal hint, pink anil whit kid !ippr ra aiid for full draw occasion, at tiiar wear wall and alaa kink ijliah. Flower aie again worn in th hair placed toward the back of tba bead ao aa to be bnt Jnat Ttalbi from a front riew of the face, Maeeed roaea, oaroatioua and chrraaotbeninrua devoid of folia ftra tba faahionabla ooiffnre flower, Which ahuuid ftlrara be natural blnaaoma. never artificial one. There ia alo a great fancy J nit at present far adorning toe bead aitli biida of all kioda, hrjmxiug biid beiug particular favored. String of tinj Roman pearls twined in the hair are oonaidered an aregaut narnilnr fur full dreaa oocaaioua but are more beoooiing to brunette Uuu tu blonde. 8u.aU oalricii tip of pal color aud fleei7 marabout feather are worn by matron at balla, dinner parti and reception, tho plumee btiug held ia place ty ouatlj Jeweled oruameut. v Literary. THB tZiarUfaMlTI OAjrPlla. tin Viaruatrri, by Llant. Franrta T. ' ' fjliarlaa Bonboer Son. ' Thi eighth rolnme in "Campaign of the ; Ciril War" u perbapa moat intereatiiigly written t of tba "erica, it author being a tomewbat prae- : jf tiaed hUrateur, wboae "Army Life in Bnaria" ''; '. won favor among military critic and general leader eTraI year ago. Tbough not of the generation that fought in the rebellion, Lieut Oreane hu conacioniiunaly namined tba conn-? try which wu il aceue f tlie weH-conteted battle for ntprcmacy in 1862-S. and hi atudv of leooTda baa been careful and complete. The r3amrjigna beyo:ul the AUubai,iea were ao different iu their pnruoae and remit from tboae andoeted in VirgU ia that they rightly demand ' avolomeof their own in tlx archive of the civil war. There waa no point in th Muuinippi Valley which called for ani h vigoion meiu-ea of nag and derenae ft did Ilicnuiond and I'e-tersbnrg : tire purpoae of th northern troo , : . , waa to aohieve tlie innita-ry of the greatest of our rimr with a view to tranafonnlng it into a highway of oommnnication fur fnlnro operation and aJao to cut off Arkansas, Lonisiana and Texas from tbe body of the Confederacv, crip-pliog it In a coniiderahle eiteni After the fall of Tickrrbnrg and rnrt Hndion in 1863 ti armies of tlie weat moved safely across the A!le-ghaniea, concentraliug at Cbattannoit. Atlanta, MatswuVand OoMshoro, and nurehtng Invincibly into the rebel stronghold, narrowing the BeUl uf o.eratiuua which Le and bu coadjulora bad planned, and inuring tbe final collapse of tb Confrderacv. -The march of the Armv of th Tennasse. a flgtnVog advance of 3.000 riiea ia four yeara. 'th 14k of which baa not ' bare" saea in dvillnd land during the Christian "s on rf tbe mot remarkable features a rwault of th Miastasippi ounpsiga. The battiaa of Ink and Corinth, the ategee uf Vicka-bars; and Port Hudson, tit Devon expeditions and mirjnr details of organizatiun. movement aaaofaVeoneaiarouWK, ar weU drscribetl ty Lamt. Greene, and the book ia illustrated trith alrondanoa of maps and plana ' , STTLLIB TWEOlOOT. 1 TwaotoiiT akd sfBsotrto AaraosoHv. bv avsbsrt llewllt ikowo. I. Astatrai k o. This raecadite work, which has been ad-eacd byagaatkmas) who has risen to to Sroad diatiDCtion of thirty-two degree of mt-sonry, la an elocidslioa of ancient and modern aayatarle, tb which ha been traced to their tar dsttant origin with much ears, and inruttrat-ad with draaicraand movahu diagrama iucoitc. T aasaxie paliy ibis book will be of interest tolh it ia not "eaviara to lb geuani." Tbe Matty of symbiJuaB is not nrrattracriva, everi ' taawh th moder reader be disposed to laugh ?l,t?.t,-lt?,,-T ,,,d eotrrplicated imagery by wbioh tb. aimpU motiooa o earth, axwo, planet, aad rwxalar caauga of aaajaw ia ngnred. It is ?f T '-- id comprehend ibe erwlijag of.aartk abuwi Um ana I, aa to aea wtry kV wwa raw nacraaary to ilhtartrata th wtarasvl and sarnaal Miauigei by all manoer of warUiDf faUa aod ayaaboj aad eouipanarma. ' sWtsjaad of a cartain wnoauat uf rvtry and of th ptvmtm t ytr, aaasraaia aatroawoiy av f naa at aa aaiWlv aa Paba. naasausa rZ vawiakasaaa at etir ibaraiocy aaaaa aa bee 1110! shaar t araawtana awd aweigie to ara-Jvaattng law teal kraowaedaa which tbsy wereana- r fev a boy a tilaml-tal s I f ' r-faataee,who UtkM haw Uaa smprw.d gA. Y-,tf was tvaaarksal mmta wasaaa who aavd tmsrh ap-tM" - aaawtaiasj M. W 4a, M twf I a hatts aassaaar aw sjafw-n tne aa aaaaar -asaijilsl 1 1 u"' 'TV Xt? l-iii"-"" kaiaiii til aaa rsHaraf Atnao sat Ms. akiaaaa wwrk ftsrar. A ts swt diiaalJa aalaslil, kal as ft kMury of saKitm rsai as fa4la a. aa kuissrraikw m Oa.a4ait l4aaaav t Mna aart Ml kaaaftM li i Aa lu ! aa oatall bp ruwantalaait bmnS' iU uaHaad rf saatii darrvttt biWaid thaaa, at tf taUill aailwM ii4 Itotaaawliiaj, SI.WI ta. aoari. I a in ti tt iw.na li U bt ClMa, I It, Uili tialalu rwi llililn lw, lan Ibu tttliiina uf kTt uataau iatrt ft'Ulua laadabla aktlrh of Iba (leal .ir.it, a bo fa aaoi Ihaa ibirii jiara i.llcl an latg t'l.i lu Iba auliitt. ftud IU'sbU uf Ihal at ( aitruatM, ab Sfa rl.aiMtaal by saaata b.i.ao. sihI rub via Iba l.lalt.a Uf la tba fulfil ll. bl r.ob,i was iobal4f Iba last aata la Iba ftuiul larttly year a ago ebo rarald I itu rie4a.l a l raiWl aim, ta tba BoMiaaol bia .taya, l. arlla tbaabiiyuf Ih Ufa nl ti.ia aibauiai euu uf sriiiua Ihla lrtihr la arllleu fr.ni Iba ataudlut tif aa arlMlrs l, Irli ibal b l.d at Uat.r I Ira ib task af ailllua ft uiutobsad tub,, ftud be I tfwtf turn uf tba etairr ha eeefca to dalall. taarav ! gala ll.al ll a I Is ctrHad Uak W all.auat all Ib eo'eelltra In Ihr 4b II .tiaiy la uacVf tu pra- aaal blgbly mloraal blur of hie gnat aud uat'tarfiil subject. We do nut aa k? lb 4mtran of IH ft a pen abiabl aut read tba al.-tl uf kis I Is with ran siaat lutaasx. fua H waa ..!. n'll wrlibu wllii aiWiaamiiuiUsai 10 Ins'lfa Iba kajbeat aaauaa How 01 ail aaish.aa to tka actual auitk aud work ul ll.la HMllar pieaebaf. E-., II. I bapla aaa gifted Ira nature wllk ft autre salaVA. U a . au naiad. Wa rlutibl bilbai aav, u Iba blaaury uf Ik wottd. bla uesuuar laiwar lu af rss! and Hail tlu allanliiai of a taiiular au-lhen. waa enrnaaenl. f, It b ta tut dlrwrtbaa al.bT Uial l l giaaloaa at to ba toua t. Uta mb uail, ako are rk-bla aauluaed In a aleau diiaatiuu. be le alfjaual abully to UiU lu.Ktr -arr, and failed fta ft fkaa and ftra-Ufaar Ibluker, and fta Ike resell. ba baa praeikall? left larusiasT of kltaaaalt but a sseaewv M cjslIM tbioaeaae. by wklek th woruj will now aud Ue-il l.oall klta, by tbe Ski af tradl'tuna Uaa I elU poo Hugs In lias artad of lbs Aiuasasan Wiaiea. luactua th sleaalar gift of etnaeaaua thai ruaats bra Broadse? karek, tar at a Sea veers a-v th aaulr af a lb rang ua swob rataraiua eaaa.ua, ttasi paeaaa every aaaltaUe spot alible Mi dreaa of Its ebauita, artUi ) eaf aad aararHavd iitlatiaf . t"kH ara not aa kaasrana. ba wa nut a Oarlyi,u wa aot ewa a Uhanalag.a balkm. or a Waalevi be aa atsspt a great orator. Tlx rewreat la bis uabllebed serraoua gnaw etltsfly oat of Ik feat thai Uery aaeskansd eaob iatanae baler aaa la ttasw Vkei. at wsa aot aa or- g enlaer aad dad UMJ as adusak tanjse aba ba-leaed to baa rasaahlua, eiosp la lb sire pi dl-naruoa of sassier aluua tbeea lb bigbr rsvaral sanlhassit. la tbaa dkrMlloa Cbapta did a great ad axsnd aaurk, bat a work taal bl bear no frail la otaar geoeraUona la Ib form of aa urg atiuyad aad vital foro. Cbapaa, ear a saaa andawsd wilb hi gift of akaquaaee, waa jDrialarly wk and Uuild at tiuass. Was lb war broke out, bs wss almost aueal oa lb taruing iaaua tbea praas-atal tf uaras b frfwaobed In favor uf tb fkg aud bad a good word tosav.sraihewsranited.for huoouii. try; hot wnan tb nrst gon wa Ared ba uad tteaJ are luvvwtnjiiajpi as m mw i n ejie ,,viVMiiie, ad a bad hat tnied fur a abort Urn upon Canada a tb oaly place woe me uf peeo. each a bs, would bs likely to had ft ssf retreat aad a k arbor of rest antli tlie tornado sbould blow over, Uaa blogranOer doe not tunch apon tills fact, on lb contrary b ratber seeka 10 gajas it arrsr; bat If the Iratb of uuuirr is to be miinlsined. these i no reason ahr tbt fct sbould not bs elearry stated, in In-tifioaiiuo of tlie great rjrsv-beir ll may be aatd, Ihat be was ai Iob. and tbartfor not uugular. la ibe fear that h ailartftined in that trying and aritieal era of ibe onuairy hitorv. ktftkiag daa allowance for a biography begun and endtd to eulogise it au Ject, tbia buoa baa a riecallar charrn aad ia written nitli marked ability aod may be nron'ebly read by preacher aud laymen of all denomination. CbaplD was rather a mural baacltat tbaa a aaotariaa iirstrue-tor. H bold ortis relatloo to a dennmiut-tum, and by bis praonal power and iuflumc. did ninch to lift that denonunaiioo into prumi-neuo 1 but so far a giving a deuomuiatiobsl dirrcUua to hi palplt work it wa only t tlaa miiitmam tbat thla was dun, a faot which the great prsacher hiinaelf deplored near the close of bis csrer, aiai aongut in psrt to make amends for by arrnug his people, frquuily. to remain trn to thair deirirnjiuftlioiiftl relationa To luoej who aiay regard tbt a a defwit ample axeoa mav be found in th fact, that the mental cbarftotertaticaof tb man del Dot endow bim with great gif le in tbat direction. W ar inclined to think that many hundred years will pass awsy ere the world will agsin see soother man gifted with snob powarful charm of eloqnane a war those tbat emicbed this mure tlisu gifurd son-nf-ihuuder. Hu ft, his country and bis titne were sinstilsrly msrked by men of nnrivalleil qitalifloaiions as actors, ft atftb-atneo, as philoaiphers and as preauiiar, but in th single qrulittcation of matoiiles ora tory lliey all yielded tbe palm to Ed iu H. Cbsp-m, aod it my b safely aooepuai as tlie verdict of tbe generation tbat had toe privilege uf listening to him, that in our day and lima wo iftli never bear bis like again. aTLigTU atogrHLr. Thomas Hardy's "Two on a Tower" pro- gresaea in the November number to its forty-first chapter. There Is some Bue writiag in it, notably in tb delineati'in of Swfchin 'a reaeftrcb-es among the star. Uuch interest will centra iu a new Hawthorne fragTaent, the onliioe for o English romanor styled "Tba Anoestnl Foot-eteos." wliich is said to be the draft for whtt Julian Hawthorne has anted1 aud is about putting forward a "lir. Griinabawea Hecret." "Art and Wealth is tbe them of Rev. O. B. Frathingham' enntrlbntion. The tenth naner in tbe ar-ies of "Startle in the Booth" follow Ague Fstun dipu" I in blank verse of teres yet broad, inspiring mrraaore. Tbemd re Child' artitle on "Hamlet in Paris" present a carious and over-elaUirated extract trauaa Du ma re-arrangement of Shakespeare's tragedy, In which the aboflt preside at a grand bana'iat of blood in the last act and Hamlet snmves th king. John a Dwtgbt ' "Our Dark Age in Hnne, the continuation of Bishop "Houee of a Merchant Prince," Sarah On Jewell "Af ternoon in Holland," aud paper on books ml writer will lead the posea-wor of th nurnher along from one subject to the other. Bingnlar superstition are told about in Elizabeth Bobius' Teman Doaliero. Tbe contributor club, rhich onght to be better maiuUioed. is reduced to a ooupl of Oontribiitions. Tba literary rs-Tisws sr comprwaae-i and reliable. laraa'a crniiBTiu Is the finest publication of its kind evir immed ia Europe ur Amnrica. It full title is "Harper' Chrbtmu Pictures and Paper, Done by the File Club and its Literary Friend, but that portion of the title quoted above as a heading will so nice fur tho win wish to ak for it at tbe hook store sad news sund. It is an affair of pcioo psgea, Oiled with stories, poens, music sod such engraving a are now fitly to oe loosed tor in Amertc. uover of slaty mauve and blue, wiih a deauril Inr Vender, en ema the pam, and a doublcpag npplement liows Wider "Samsrm," a coneeptiun wortbv of Uichael Angelo, though tinged with th American painter weird individuality. The writer whose name aim of them fscvimilea of aaiograpbs aapear In tlie number are George n uiiam Lurtta, w. v. Uotreus, t- C. Hteduun. Msigarst Ettinge, Haniet Preacutt Nnofford, Boee Teny Cooke, Q. P. Latbrrrn, T. to. AWricb. 1. C Harris, Thomas Hardy, llsrk Twain, and several of less note, wbil the iUustratiun exhibit the best work of Abbey, Boughton, Rein-hart, Giffurd, Dielman, Qtiartlev. Chase, Par-ons, lllllat, Wier and Smith. Gt CArh-fmns, keep it, and band it down to your grandchildren. ni-fCS -USX usr. Ktw stxraoD or Lcaams tub Fanes Lagacsea, By t. Bargee. D. ApplMoa A Uo. , One of tbe beet of th books which have been so numerously pat forth of recent years, 14. Berger's houk has the merit of clearnaaa, brevity ud logical arranganienk H procsreus on tlaa theory that th languag is to b learned first and the grammar afterward, thus avoiding th dreariness snd lack of interest of th old method. Be. E. Halff, who mav be ddrad at U9 Grand street, Brooklyn. Z. D., is iutrodaciusi Bvrgar's method of in tract ion in this city. UTEHAST SOTT". "Our Little Once." pnbh.hed at M Brata-etd atreet, Boston, has a capital table of ron-taos with every D amber. Iu uiustrauoos would bra credit to any magazine. 'Calvert's Maraiine" for Nora-mher eoa-tsin an article on W. Holman Hunt with a trait and i-rmidurtioa of hi "Isabella and to Pot of Baail." "Iriah Sketching Grounds" I aa iBnstrated paper. "Ireland," "Terbmn Pie-tor, " "Canoeing It," "One Life History."1 "The Rons aad the Goo-," Brooklyn social notes, Istlar aad waifs are tb other oootiuta. Tb baodaoms. anlfal face of Lilian Norton spaa ta ta Musauibei Jfxkaf Meruit la In sum ntunbar ar three pieces of maaia, papers oa phrastnghnrch mtwf,nrame bursa, a aw AjMrieaa sympborty, tsotatioa. Japaueas instmssssa aad iwnews of axmcarts and new 0tl, Ptler, Oatpi A Oo's LuastraM ntalogas ef an pabricsaon aad tuvaatue is wssl worth aeadiag far. A. D. T. Banctotph t Oa., at tSO Bnadway, Hew Tort, has Issasd a pretty Uttka O-natmM lag aad of tb aorta la-4 st sad -Geiltru. ' Tu fm Is by tataa by Wi s) bs Ulntra- Lm A (btaar4.'of akataa, has asmhaM a sawsd tor rowsaf rtsfa-rsascs, it Jg assasd -tomtimHTtabm.'. -, ). MAI'LK OltOVK. 4 ArrukXM) tmr m r t'tAfa-Ilsir UhOVMlA htw A Frw f lu idaaaUgr Risk (sunt aad neaa-aal k-arrass Mara Ik fie-re U-ka la kearaakrr A kr aa Kyetrtawf tbuvk hera-lag - ks -rakil Bsrylasj UrswaaT truly Ml Mlk riwaa th thirty -tuanh biml A Ttab resettle was yee'arday ftftervuMia la-tllvd by Hi. Alfisd Uaakell, tb aft.nl uf Ik AeaaMUUua f Isasg Islaud, K pay WI tu Iba Mspsa tlruv (waaetasy. aad was abuwa uvsr Its eaauab-aa eaoi.esii. Tb day was very thing tbat e.vai.1 kaa Iraaua SVelrew sa.1 tU trip wa vary aissat. Mwveealxa' chilly aaa had leigeJ) al ilpped tlx lia f Has-to fubsays, bill the Weatlaer SS aot an 4il aa lu auk mill la tb opsa air auaeroyaUe, fted lb sou tinged Iba iaixiblag bwaw with lb peeullet mallow ubl uf tnuinia. Tlx Oruv Is sp-Iwttarbad Ivy two eatistarwa, va oa tbs 1 1 "man IWMabvvkrd siul lbs utlxr ua tb eota mar set tu tlx lllcbs-Hswl Hill IUUay ItoalhHt. Tb "la a letard" ta a iery sea-d couatay road whk-h Is lb Sliaet mat fawn tlx lairiy tustrtb sireasl feny Tlx Ilia urouuied la euealuf ftoaa Is ferry sup Is A LiTTis ovaa una aorra. and tba toad is very gd sll tlx wsy. This louts is, of -xruraa, cbkly tsksa by hineral pra cweelea, bol tb mhef, i tlx rallwai eulranos, u tuor latg If used bv v wars aasl faelunae Ibe tluis su ft s-alutssaiu. IU Cr-aatttery B ellusled ftiuaii gruxu aiiaul' walk fnua tlx lUch-mund Hill siasiua f th Muounk dlvisuia of lbs Uitig lalaiid llallrvrad, aad vera near to tlx mala liu uf ttxruad. but t preaeait ao Ira lua sup at tb alapuj tlruv auiNia. owing lu rhsuge lu lbs nxns.utit uf tlx ralhoad. ll I hox-t, bowsvaf. Ibal Ibe obi arrangrnsnil fur sloMilog regulsr Iraltastad lbs obi fallllb-a for vbuiulug spavlal rata fur fuixfel traliia will bo 0. lb eiaxte ry la ua nstng ground, boat two mils ssl uf tlx village uf J an uak. lb l-btge uf hills eocnuionly known aa Ih Uackbotx.'' Tlx ground Is not level but un dulating, aod tbas I'irnislies Htsl-lsea oiipor-tunllH-s for ib buikliua of tial vsnlls. ties, ere! of Idea hare already l-eeu ercur.l. Alruul ,110 iiilermenla bsa leen uaile, aboul one Ihuueand faaoUiea are repaeauitrd. ami severe Societies baa purrbased kU. Annng Iheee may X nveullnixd tlx ITeetvaleay ot Aew tors, 111 Cbapiu Hums las Moetelt fur tlie Huptninl and 'rilHUea. I'framHl Ixslge. r. a A., Ml, ftsj. Oonntblsa Lodge. P. A A. M.. No. Uanb.t-tau Hailaav lauiual AblAae.xl.llon. SL Thom as Church snd ihr Nurarry and Child's Hospi tal, all of he lurk mav. tlx cenxiery u ouaraaanvsLt a saw osa. Ux Aran Inter ixut havtag been mad la 1RT1 About a) to. 000 baa beau eipended in Ixantlfiliut tb grounds aside from their orlglual purcbae 1 lea. A bamleuux sluae bunding serves as an oftiu near tb railway eutrsuos and snotber alous bulbliug near to houlevsril rutrsui- baa been Mill as a dsslllug nr Hie Hnperinb ndeiil. bs well near the latter stiuciurv is nra'ly ss verity fart den, alllrongh II le on almost tlx loess I ground in tba wbi ffiluur uf 100 seres sud lb water pur nd wluilaann. Tlx geurral vault, winch w. eildbiu-rl to tne n p-Tter, Is suoul sixteen fart high snd siiteen feet wid by Iwmtv feel lu length. Ilbisforly dlfffrent 011 or "catveomb" in each of which bodv mav b laid. A new are tern uf aaile dfsiiH tu evmueetlnii with evart cell from tlx nuteulo learn lb sir insids perfectly rlesn aod free from anv duwgretable odor. The Hnperinteo- lenl told the reporter that clen-vioeo had mora than out pea tunned a funeral serf toe in tb vault itself. tub ua or tub eavciTios. The end which were aimed at by the found ing of th new burial ground an perhap best Sr. pressed tu Uvelr own Iftngnage in na px urov urmeteiv aasnciaiion waa organised In rabruary. in0, mr tu pur.-aa 01 Isyiug.oui snd constructing sn approprist burial place for the dexl, ftdsplen bi tlx growing needs of New York and surrounding cities. Tbe aoorparstiaelv t-nrtricard are of me old Cemeteries, their rapid Ailing up by interment, anil the steady eni-ruacbmnt upon Iheir boou-daneft bv tlx advancing fad of city population, wi fact ps'vnt to all tvbo viewed the ub)ct with ftn rv to lb fiiiore. Th mistake unvie by other fremetery Associfttions, in selecting LOOATIOgs TOO SSSS flS TOBg, waa carefully conaiilered by tlx orgsuiser of Maple Grove. Tins Cemetery is ,sr enough from tbe city to render it saf fmm such en-fjroaclment,' white at the same time it excellent means of couiniuuicsll'in render it nesrer to New York In point of time than uuu uf the older omtiio." Another point which received thoughtful consideration waa the need of a burial ground with all tbe improvement nd beauti t-baraorii-in tlx old OHiwt-riea, in which lot might b void at nmiip atively tow price. It i the aim of ibe aasociation to keep tlx prise for th sal of lots as low as is consistent with the heavy xf-euse incurred in the construction of th earn tery and the creation of the neoesaary fund for iu permanent maintenance. The improvements made at staple Grove have been under the direction of tlie best engineering tulent procurable, and every step taken by the management has had for its object tlx mftking of one of tlx most beautiful burial places in the neighborhood of New York. A rsxrecr smrxa. Th bookkeeping system of the er-rrporation is perhaps aa perfect as any that is need by any cemetery association in th United Btsles. A lerlfler t kept in the office filled wilb the diagram of the vanona kit and showing tbe division of th lota into bnnsl places, When a lot ia pnrchaaed tlie buyer is given a duplicate of thia diagram and in communicating with the ceme tery aotbontM bss only to refer to tne nnniber of til bo rift piaoe on bii p'ot wbtob be desira to bave opciiea. AnotlMr new ietnr nr urn cemetery ia fonnd in ll t tbat tlie "public burr ills' Krouod' fta it ia called everywhere flu-, or the plaoe where liogle gnvee are protifled for. ia not, aa it ia eUewbere, enmpneed of ft inRia Urge plot bnt ia divided np like tbe reel of tbe cemetery into lota of the ordinary aise. LaatlT, tbe fttlvantAe of eheapoM ia worth not-ituer feiople graves can be proeiiiwd et an ex-penae of oidv flit for adalti, and 8 SO for children, and Ma range Iroio $30 to f 160, moeoi d-inR to lix-v mud lueation. Tbe Asteociation bre kept Tin ml or urn in tbeir own bftnde aeJHng do lota in bnlk and have tiitte gotten rid of the brokerage In wm-tety Iota, eo 'tnneh pmneed by nodertftliera, which bleed tbe parcbaaer to double tbe original eet of I tie lot. The cemetery bu ao far charged nothing to tbe lot owner for care of tbe gruouda, aod the managers hope they will not be compelled to revrme this 4iirae iu tbe fa tare. They at public apirited men and have made arrangeuianta dnriug Ue temporary etoppage of traina to tii Maple Grove atatioo to have vuitors traiispirted five of charge f"-oi tb Riebinond Hill station. Tbev also inane free railroad passes to tbnee wbo eoniemplate piirehaaing Hrta. The cemetery ilaelf is ander the charge of Mr. Koyea f. Pabnar, who for a long time waa engaged at Cyprees II Ul and hs had a life-kmg eminence ij the work. Mr. Ouodwin, tbe Cooip-tpcirer aad Heoretary, k a very courteous gentleman and nnder sncb liberal managemrut tbe aooeasof the enterprise ta to be oonfitWntly looked for. , A Wild Man in Idaho. Bow Twa Cowboya Vnmm tbe SotiUry 8avag r Baak Btrcr. Two cowboys, who lost cam in from Camas Prairie, relate an experience which will probably go a great way toward re-etta (Mulling the popo-tar faith in tbe wild man's tradition. On the first day of tbia month two cowboys, searching for ettle kt ia tbe storm, patwd over some lava crags and were startled ot suddenly seeing before thnu the form so onn deatrribed to them. They were so tcrrifled tbat Ibey at npoo tbeir horses, looking at it in drad. Muttering courage and driyg tbeir revolvera tbeydt-monou-d aud gave chaae, bot tbe trngo being skipped I'roa crag to crag aa nimbly as a mono-taiu goat After aa boar's pursuit both young men were so oimpletelv worn out that tbey bntb lay down, seeing which the wild man gradually approached them and stopped ou tbe opposite miim uf a gorge in tba lava, from which point be regarded Ibe cowboys latently. Tb wild man waa oonaiarahty over fix feet In b-t-itzht, with great mnatmUr ana, which reached to bia kneea. Tba Binsdea stood oat in great knots and bia chest was as hmad as that of a bear. Bkins were twisted about bis feet and ankles and a wotf skin abont bia watct, parte of bis body to be seen were exyvered lng. black bair, wbil fmm bia bead the I flowed over bia shoulders in enene, tangled rolls aud mixed with a bavy liasnL Hu faea waa dark and ewartby and his ayes shop brightly while two tnaka protuded from bis mouth. Uk ftateri wr tb ahip of aiawa, with kjag,ab.rp aail. aod ha acted very mot as a wild animal hiea ie aaaocostomed to seeing a bim. Tbe bova made all kinds of act, at the aoand of which ba twieted bia bead from side to side and mawwt siipaissitly he could aot give tbeaj any "beck talk, vearriag af evewf bba,Uje two buys Ared thair revolvera, wbereupoa th wild toaa taroad a doobta so pi ana alt and fmuped fif-tee) feet to alow bench aad diaappafadarvwi tog torrtbly as ha went. It ta tmymmmt tbat tbta Is tb aa MparHksi Mast has ea often barn mtm mwton. Tba man, na vfctat.aea aa the Indiana fhdforanbmataMa, and bvesan Qsmsn pwH. whtat. grow wild by mmrnt, and ha an 4onbs lilia yunng at-eafc, aa any frt-ni and anliw fafi a tbiji stilus jU net tone ht skiNnei mi then sn-tv Adffloifti Tettk ArlUato) U-k mr Um AntariM TU mhu tg)Um fttMl OrlM ut Um, tb mmtj. mmm 4mm tu m fiuiUr I Iw Mtk a4 wtii WIm htttM IW MhiuUt af 4-t-Mj Hi OrW4 Um ittfutm Mii U lu Mrtjr Mmm m MliDcxfti tmU nm mmI ft 4unllf tnUii-nl lo Utt )ttMM ut I'M, !', ad pUltiAUMt, H. Jultn AIWm, ul p VimI, ttlml HtdjiltOu uf latUiiAf ft IiUKUaW flUBl uu tb UUMtiM 1 Ui. wbidi, U Unuud ttkHifrt twBiiriil ftml vlklil lufftiiUiii ftir ir TfjWilit4i f rmtkiiMMl na irf lit HiMlfi J I mmiIjp Imm ttbJ Us pdvMMit emm lun lhJ Midi iRimvauU b 1vwi WWJ nt ftirultAa lTMlltflhm lhl drulUir ! I4 I UU IK jbM m ft liMlwH i tvmtUm, ttulf lo W pMKd ftfiw fiftfefttl ltK ftiwl iliiikk. Uftluitii in rrgaUilf tts-puiUMl tv.4-I b-r ftftMi-ii tltanlkMi ! gives to UiU UaiWi of urgry. THtX-ua TVS AtrTAM(tirifT IM IilNTUTTBI Ul III It ff tmi Urn lf MitMiribMl b ib" ftiimiti dtiil Wi ll bi WTtviiiiAe air, II U n-it-mxl-fMl re t'tftl imt t fviVm baa m t tmlf b-o ptvilittikl Iu mimf ttrftHobrft uf lb iruf4iii, u tit ttiAiiuUrtur tf ftriilkuj liwrth, fur tnatftAM, two lmHAftul liinli, lit H,r""f' ftixl McttvUikftJf4r Urih (u b nn hWL 1 b U'W bu m im ftUT krf4 dllh lb ftdtunrniol ot lb ft mm, ftml Ui rult bft ln ibl siobftiill dnllirf li l-Mti Urgvlv hD4(iM br lb btMl at o m lit tWiilatl MtifMlnt, imty U b Uk'-fi Dp itj tu Info.! tUum pf prftrtUtatMnt Tbr bv bu iiiiitiHi uml trk Uirounb ft ftvrlfT uf vri ftlltuK th bHtiittia of lb nwifale wltb artll1i0 tvetb built tiMtii plaice of.rutbrr mnA o Ualtutl ll 1 s wrll kiuiwa aittl admilied fart that pUKw of Hit d-rip I tuti ara ftlolutly uaheallht aitd hit brn tb iu-mim uf tiiltuiiug Uiibtll uffrr-Itig lu caualng arrtotit InflammatHMi of the bu-ctii mmbrftir of lb atoulb and am wall m-Ublwhed oa of putanning. im. oriao r. aaiaa, an eip-rrlenoed druiut, uf Nu, i& Klfihih strfwt, thla cit. StiRtc ln v ara airo undrrltHtk tn tivitr- mm thvll lo afit-ch Um alt4Hiikii of bis prit rian nan iretwiT ueaa airvciotL fir gav ih n.ijot t rareful aitidy, and at Ih end of flv vftfB of patient luil.jrtioe and aipartawit-tug ntatW improvnitnt In uctiaulci dntlt-ry, ttt great value of which have since br-eu provwn ly jmn of actual trial Hi aim was fuur-fold. first, to aerure for those CompelltHl tt wtr artiflfial tin-th a aubslitata tl ftt wool! l alwoltitely balthy al all Uine and undr all omditl-'ni; aeoond, to obula ft perfeot adaptation of Ih arilf.ci.vj plat and tcrth to Ih mt'Utbt thlnl, to tour tbe best cumUuatiiD uf , th two, wu to insure soom-e in all tb nr j rv).iir4il or thrm; and fourtli, to prearva both tbt' coutotir and ualnral iirealtin of the face which are frv-qw-utly otw-rlr dotroyed by ths iitnuranl and unakillfu) dentiat Two Jlfflcultirs inusl ttrvt be overooii a. which ar of primary iiiifw.irtB.iit.' ui BTXHiriuK Miisiaciory Ml Ul fttU- ni-tal ttviU. Thr nimt be perfect imprr. moo obtained of thoss parts for which ths artiu- dtvl apftlianoe U inUndvd, and there must be a perftcl oocUiiioi or tsaiiug UgUi-iT--of th Imiq tu tb upper and hwer )aw. is rxptriot-ced lu obtnnint the first result when oniy a partial art or u-eth la to be eumlfcL Ikotuae of tbe removal of mine of the teetb tbs rvmainiug ooe beootne lilted backward or for ward, making it frrqiieotly impoaible to aecuro ftiiTimng nxe a sail-rectory impreaaluu tn wax. which i th matt-rial most commonly used for uni pomf. iirntiata, for tbia reason rre-qtimtlT uwxmrage the idea of supplying their patron with partial art, and elao (ecatire tboy are fully aware that another difficulty will Immediately oreseut itelf. It is the fact, Ihat when a partial plate of robber la introduced in lite tumuli, it ta sooner r later followed by an in-flatm-d 0nditiou of the guin and mucous men brame ; aofientng of Ibe enamel on tbe natural teeth with which it ooov-a in ciniftot,after nhlcD tin ir decay i rapid. Dr. Itaeaa lift met witb trie most complete snooess in fitting these partial wU. lie insures a perfect tit by taking an biiprioo in plaster which Is absolutely reliable, and furthermore the plate used by him Instead of destroying, afP-rds protection to ibe reuain-Iniftectli. Ir. llecse having successfully Sulvtd both of tbLxM probletiis, set to work to make ft KEW Sim to which tbe artificial teeth might be attaohfd, to take the place of the rubber and celluloid plait, which on accoaut of tbeir mm -ootid nc-tivity aod the fortmn materials introduced iu tbeir coiiiposltion, freqnently caiiaes irritation and uloerfttions to the gum and the other por tions oi tue mourn aim wuicu tbey oome in auWct. Parti- wearina plates of this (iistrip- tion also find tbat their gums are absorbed to sueh an extent that it is neceasary to keep add lOK to the artificial parts In order to oountei aot, this falling away. Experience demonstrated tlia tact tbat theea cvu effects could ba best overcome with a menailio base, on account of it conductivity and after extensive experiment. .Ur. ltoee produced su aliov or artlntlr nnie gold, iilver and tin, which when fiuod together m ike a compoaitton which aaree so well with tb tia-uos against wbtcri tt rest tbat it t even preferable to gold piste. It ia possible to cast this slloy in every ahspe. line bo floe that tbey can hardly bs detected by the naked eye' can readily be reproduced In thi metal. Every ditlicalty woald eeem to hv been surmouuted, for the new bsse combines sll the essential el- ment of strength, comfort and bealthfulnes. A set of teetb msd noon a bss or uiis daacrip-' tion need not neoesssrily cost much more than the common rubber plate sets. People whose ultr as Bam lMrsjxo by wearing rubber plate have resorted to piste made of Dr. Bee alloy, nd the direct revolt hw been a marked improvement ia their condition. Tlie inventor of the new baas has not teen wtiUue: to recoromend it to the general public nntil it had proven it perfeot adaptability for tbe pun-ose mteraded. After five yes re of actual test, however, It ba met every requirement, in no case failing to aoeomplish su that is claimed for it. Tbe rerralts obtained are attractiiig tbe attention of the dental prufes-Bion throogboat the entire country, and negotiations have already been opened with l)r Beese, with a view of starting a nnrober of branch offices in several of the larger cities. The new has ia filiiiia; another imnortant office. Dentist for some time have been placing artificial crown on natnral roots. Tbi has been accomplished in vanon as vs. Dr. Bees in treating ease of this description, DOBS SOT DISTURB THS OtJktS at all, snd is able to accomplish the operation witb fsr leas pain than Is experienced when tb artiDcisl crown are attaohed to tbe root by tlx other processes. He i also able to funiiah a stronger tooth, and in oases wbers the root is so far dooayed. that tbo other methods would prove ftiilurea, ami the root woald have to be extracted, Dr. Ree ha met with entire soorl. Dr. Reese has patented bia several improvements, and they have been lavrrrably ajrarklered by the First Di-trtct Dental Huriety of lew York. Tbey are highly endorsed by ill who have had occasion to give them a practical trial. The value or lite new base ts luruier attested by tbe fact that STperimenta am now In trnjerr to adapt tb alloy to Um manofaetnr of surf ical appliance. A Story of Tarred Feathers. Vsafa fail Ifall Sasnta. Every on know, if only from the story of Tbe Black Poodle," in Ismjman'i IfagaritH, what aad erjnarxrtiencas sometime result from tbe practice of keeping aahnals lo BQbarbsn garden a. ' Another esse In point cam before the High gat magiatrats yesterday, A lady at LjPincbley faaa, it appears, a weakm for tees. and keeps a Urge numixr of tbern in her paddock, which I separated from her ant-door nie;bbnr garden only by a bed. On a certain Bnorlay morning her twmtv-sit gee asrs "m good health and anond in limb." Indeed, tbey aem to bsve been only too acile. for tbe straightway prfxyeeded to scrarobw tiiitmgta tbe bedge. jnswttr of ID gsroeo, not anarlng his neighbor's affectirrn for tbea demonvtratlv animal, incontiuuiJy drove thtn out "with a long slick.'' Tba aatnral consequence of tbea nroceediugs wa "an awful note," and tb lady liumed out lo look after ber flock, wtssw h found that Mveral of tlx gaese bad tar on tbeir backa, and oia of them bad a leg aad wing . broken, Th next thin wa th tass of a um nons sgainst to lady's neiigbbor for "daring aalawf ully and cruelly iu-treatad, tortorrd arid alioaed eertaia guae, bv beating snd tarring them. It appeared, however, jcstsidsy, thst tbr war sosue tarred board at against 1 tb hedge, snd tb eotirt therefor held thai MM cwea might have Urred tbwi-lrea ; aad a titers was "not a aoinulla of andean as show that th defendant bad broke th lesj aasl wing of th alaef nffrr, th wuammm was asara-sniaawd. Bot reiataon batweerj ths tar sMttcb- will no doubt b psinfolly reatiainad for i tim to eoaaa, aadoaa woald aot b avrr pnard to find that aha aasatase; g mi wa treated after lb faaiiioa of "th black poodl." hetelstt aad AaVas. Mrs. Percy Targar Is a good woman, trrt tb Is aot wet posted fthoatebsrab faativass, and aba kt aot as rtTasd as sba) asagbt aa, TW Efata pal alaajusB swrpeairsf ts rasaark ta har ara- do tbat it would soar bs advsat, .b rpbwd : Tbea wa was all bae as asrjrttfv sriVss aaala, awl I fkaat assad a a bit. Lut Adeaat I fat kwarsaar s Bseat tor set laasa labas ts get as a tTIi assk t g I harak as." j "Sl ataawsa't saev. Tbt ar (oar af Ma Bssrb's arras aaalnl as es arae) absva that teak. asalteUtlasailt w't rorsx, a4 avsd awaatll to sasy.'N-Taagaaa LEGAL NOTES, HtVtKTU W bKCIMOtlH ArttCTIS la la trWtlag WsBBaaaatss, UM Halt, Mee1aea, farraasi akf-r la Uesats ar tea aVetrr-rew- Iks traa.lklMly al Har- rters wf I's in wa ayeya Ik tila AfcMlag, Nyasrat as av. aw ra im lHa fuaawiis are tlx autre uf rlaslasuta ra- sexlly axils by Mat ami tVtsral (Xiaat i laiaaiuaassts tti atiTsat ta Ihiltsr isissi SS Hevs.1, larwa, f-araslftrxfl I uller lu eosuaulesi'ai axfctiftut Ootitft Lu.imaa lu U-Btua, assi tla iKHi-la uers ftakaal l aaatl ra- ortna advaauv-a ua tbsii aaubmeula Tlx nxs- etesaie aaaeat fur e4vtior, lulw)it, u Its rlaarKa ft ftlisTaaa im Ilia aioatsuaiia eat up raftiut a. alia tu ivrtva II. value ul lb tialesf. ftllsftlug llisi Ids iJalllLlts ilul mil ll II abea II.., I.e.1 uiileiasl ll lu be S..I.1.I.UI lisbl II uulll ll tiM-m aurlliu-aa. In litis rasa, lluilstuvld dial Nlebl.eu, tlx Hllsuslix t'ouit uf !ua ratal s IiuIhiusmi la favui uf lb ouuaisb'-rs. II tie CI, Iff Jualloe (reaefwisl.lu tlx uulbtull.ssll I ml Is, alisrs Bilvsutes r aiftls 1J a r.Hi.ii,br-a r c-ioimuaiuu UKirlisul, rotialaiiuT annul ilirsvi a sale at ua nssasuia lu suth a r-ess tbs ouualBusr, lu Ux sljesu of a ate- tiM-ul.baa Ihs rtlil tu sell al surb llru as bs saa tifoar tar Ux slat of atul ta -jayaaanl ul bsf UtlL .VT PIVINH1 Tb !4amd lt.tm, ut Uli.-ii, Ukh, was MitHi li.r libttl bv a t'--Ue JittlH-a of tbe rltv. Ihe iiiv plamrd an arUd atatitta tltat t Jittifc, awfitre tit it a ouinplalnl eatue afaluat a i nmaaiaa, wiummii it a mmml or tbe nm- ilahiaiil titariled ibe uimr of a eeond t'bloS' aitavii, hut. blJ bitu la kcavy bwlUMiaa:h thsra in Bii eiisn-e Kuitt bim, ana llie eYrOrnos or lite romputneat auainletely eiaumted bl fiotu any txinurettitaB wilt, lbs 4floce cliarard. It was llian Mkid i "Tbere is un acooiiMttna fr Miner at'iiun. In title oat was an liieintaa-tile tNitraita" In fart ber (vuinienie tbe Jnttios aa dt4uii0tTil iu Utter tonus for litis aot, aud ha was ctiaruabd wilh fallin-j lu liU duly lu ba ariion UHa rompuiata lot vtoiaiioita ttt tbe li quor laws and rt.nib.hie laws. In inks , Ml ur .uaiu.i Tbe 1111 ami 1 rlbnitv Ciimpany, tlie 'I nal U-yrt gave ibe plaluUff a )tdKUMUt, wblrb tbe tnipany eajrved up fur review to the bi prfvtne (Aorl of Hlobtaau, wbo set aside tbe ver diet anderdrred a new trial. Jwltfe Ooolay. iu lue oj,'iuiou, saju t ti on m on. " Wlisn a Judf e ordvni a nu Into conAnement without a oUarK a all I liun be deprives him -f liberty without doe proeeas of law; aud In dtttng ao vkiiaiM Ue earhttsi anu most miportant f nr antes of txiiiMiiutl'inal freatl 'tu. Wliet. lu aoaea whaia bail ia of rtffbt be deutauda aamirltv In a uu which, smialtietinii tbe posiiino la life and probable mean- and at.Uilv to sire II uf tb pri-sou aoouasil, is altOHetbar Deyonti his power, Uis tleiuaVBd is rareeauMbla, aad for tbat reason rvputfiiant to a furtlier pnivUloo of tla Oousti-tuiion, Ids tmgorUDoe of wbub ia only seooud toibaoiber. Ilia defendaui cod tends that to call public attention to bai ao vitally ronoerns lbs public is matter of pvilce, and tbat, by Krwiimpflon of law, it tnottvea in doing ao must denied pmpi-r, aad not actuated by m alloc; but tbe Trial JudKa. ia chargiun the jury, (bated tint claim alutfcetbtir, and lu dointi ao put lite cae preciaely Un.n tbe aanw fontiug witb publication wbicb involve tnerelr private gossip and uaivtaL No declaration of Ibis or any other ouii it oan oonvinca tit oonimon raaaoo that there is not a plain and palpable dtaUuoti(B here. Few wrongs can be ure-itr than tbe pub-lie detrmetion, wbicb has only ainwe, or protit fatim a hunt, fur it objt-ct. Few duties oan be plainer than to cbaileng puhlio atteDtlon to t1. iai disregsnl of the principle abioh protect puhlio aud personal liberty. The ntattera dis ruatwod in the publication in question were of f;rave publio ooucorn, and therefore U was privi- OHATTftX HOaTOiOI. D gave a chattel mnrtafRfre lo 0 oa a number of peddlers wajron and I ho horses In nae with them, and "also all the stuck; goods, wares and merchandise which may be added to or got for uj in the buainrsfl, or for which any exchange or trade shall be made of any of the aforesaid goods, wares, merchandise, chattel, or ptoperty in the oouns of Ilia said hmineM." New purchases of good were made by I), but before theee reached him they were seized by, a shoriflf under an elocution acainst hiru. The mort-gagoe, 0, stiid the Sheriff fur the convent km of the gnods, as he claimed a lien upon them aa g04d "added to or got for uae in the l-nsioeM;" aud was snrattflrtfiiL The Judgment waa earned t the Supreme Court of Michigan, which reversed it. Jndge Oooley, In hi opinion, s.ud : 'llie rule In ibis State is that a mortgage may ba made to cover the after acquired pto-r)erty. But we have never ruled that a chattel tDortgage made to cover ti e ordinary additions to a stock of goods will cover property pnr-chaited but never added to the took. To subject any property to the lien uf a chattel mortgage, it uunt oome within its descriptive Words." aUK BT r&ATTDULCNT &tTRKHKXTATI01f8. : A wine company sold 100 eases of wine to B, renretienting to him thit it was of a certaiu onality, aim that there was a good and constant deroaud for it iu Colorado and New Mexico. B puid the pnoe by an acceptance of the company's draft. Before the draft was due, B gave the company notice tbat ba rescinded theoontraoton the ground that the reprettetitatlons as td tlie ejuiility of ai d demand for the wine were fulna, and he advised the company, in the same letter. that he held the wiue subject to the order of the vendor. An action was brought on tbe acceptance (American Wiue Company agnlust Brasher) in taj.e United States Circuit Court, for the District 4ii jioraao. ana ine puvcusaer ueienaea on the Kron rid stated. On the trial it appeared that B bad sold twenty caaea of tbe wiue. and the company argued tbat aa he could not put it in tbe same situation as it was before the deliv ery of the wine by reason of tbe sale of part of It, he had not tlie right to rescind tbe ooutract. A verdict wss given for B, and the point was reserved for argument tbat tlie tender was not sufficient, as all of the goods were not offered back. Judge MoCrarff, in giving Judgment for the defendant, saidr " Where tbe contract baa been Induced by fraud it Is not neceesary that the injured party seeking to rescind toe contract tdionld absolutely tender what he has received on tbe &ntraet. Ib thi case, if B had fold all, or nearly ali, of the wiue, he could not jeacind ; but having sold but a small part of it, pe tale being ln contemplation of the T6ndv and purchaser when tbey made the contract. B'Wbv uot precluded from rcscttidiriK, f uaVrrrruid uolvdvlefl the coniDiinv when tie gave Dotica of rrwlsatOD and offered to mom th wine, that be had sold a part "Of the giKsIa, will notttratrol tbia riftbt, as he is able to pitt it In salrstsntialiy the aam ponition ft it waa lo before the contract was made." carriers or r Assr. xor.ua, A pftBenrrr wa injored on fjrxinir Btearov ship bj tlx fftllins of a boom, tho block con. uec led with the tacM by a swivel book wiving way. Tbe block was properly contractsd and smtable for tlie porous it wa put to but the lion of part of it waa defective. Ibe defect Iretng Istent. The block were carefully examined on very trip. This rwaentrer, with other, was told to leave his position on tlw deck before the oi ew oommenced to hanrtle the boom, aud all but be and another complied. In thi case a libel wa aied to recover aamrures, a permanent In- )nry bavins; been eattaed (Kiohter aot, the steamer " Nederland," in th United gtatea Circuit Court for the Esstem District of Psnzaryl-vania), bat the pssstrnger was defftated 5' the Court, Judges Bradby and HcKcnnar, decidiug that tbe passenger did not show that there wa any failnr to cierciss do car and diligenos Inward him. For th latent defect In tbe block, ail proper sminaiiona baring bean roads, ran liability oan aria against tb vsseL ' liabilttt roa wbeck. , Tb owner of a barg made a enntraet with tb master of a tng to tsks her to tb mouth of certain esDftl and place her in the canal; bnt this waa not done, the barg having been left 000 yard betns lb month of th canal, where sb ootjid not safely reoiain,and where sb could not uaaided. escape. The muter of th barge endeavored; by poling ber, to reach a ptaos of safety; bot sits wa swept upon tbe sbor by tb tide, and tssoame umi wreea. ll nan no on with him, but Ux bsrg wa manageable try one 5tsoo lo tb canal; tb pise where she wsa left was a deuageinu on. A libs! waa filed gint th tog (Kr-nsh sgt tb staaaitng inbn Marke. Jr., in Ui United males Circuit for tbs Esstern Dielrtot of Pennsylvania) to recover for th kas of tbs Mora, and a decree was made In favor of ber owner. nl Salter, 10 tb iiplnloa, Midi "1 b rsyKleo cannot rwarpiaio of an MnsJlfseas of Ibe eraw. -It wa mfficwnt for th Mrjamaieol ot th banrs la tb cauaL Tbat it a aot TITkinl to sitricat ber from tb post uoo ta wbieh lx wa Impropm-ly lsft4t, not rsirarsTuat, Tb etrcernsUrioe that It waa arnslL of ItseJf. tnd foroiulv In prove thst tb Ukellaat did aot mtrast to bar th bars left oat us tb river, aber hi crew woald bs Irtarl-rmt to bsf sTaarragaeasat. Tb effort of tb ussier ta phi tb barge into the canal was Muasarrr aaad. Oa tb appeal. Judge steKes-aar tatd a I bad saaa atB tea arirwwieot of the Bfapsal as In U kalian a' right lo rseovsr, bat an Is uiasiat naeetioa baa iwswoved tt, sod I aow rr tlaat tb Ubavllaat iwsovar S91 tu, wtu rarsrEST to tvaxus. Fifty yaokavrews war cast at foasdry ia tbs lhai aia of tb propraetrw by tb foraaisa, oa aa enter taker by baa. Bfor tb ansa af satarssy for tb wsa af Ih foaadry froaa 0, ta wboam. after a saraw bad brsn dtiv-sred, a sr.vsl tb bill for tbna. aad it was aaad. Tb ay praetors af tba foaadry rxd far bbsserawai (bVssias aytlesb aad the ft- Tk pan st af Ux fail ssssa brsrrow ta aaoasy aad aaaiss tbs siubbI aaa tts aneetsm ta dl Mta. Tb IwVtwssa aw ka savor tax BasTsarl, ( tbe l Ifli aayassAvaV Th wa- Awft al CVitftwala aalwaasl Jadrfe Mba Ml tba .ted.. s44 1 fW b.lilMil kAVsl IbTM II llll Ill 11 1 ItJ UM sjiaiwwal wf tba hintai sa, (n bail aawiai M It iaiiilQ,amty wa , evtl Iba pis at a, euUbw tbe aMtwata, aad rMv-it IW naieysfw SMved, aa4 dUbHiaa ltww. In Mpawl uf Mia. eta.. Miat tba IWttdf. a4 UA aibra oi ovhta itd baa-a ttiv-tbiwed by iba wliatlll. Wa tMt.ll Iba furecMmi. bad aattwatlf, m My, a tvsjuw tba fmldto, tw aMta Ibe awwwla b MNtn ibe bmm? be bd twvnrBip ft la awibof uikbf hta UtmM at aevai Mp4lMltt4 snd a.tttlr of Ibe fiitvdfii. Urt pUluli baa Mrwtd klat aub Ibe vmAmM of Um UtAvlueei ltvfea, attd afwiuerid bias ta tla svv-taU eiiaary ot ptttprt aad mm! la tba iwdiaarf wiw m iba Iti4m, fist elraeilti mtmnf sNytswaai b bia if a debt due) lite fuinMlry axmbt, theref, ba UttdiasJ ia tba idetttUiTi tukd If be by Miisisid mniuf ad nfbt to suit ll iWitv iba HiiatMt tat It la giwd falib tid dWUarpra Um deuWas' iMSsUaLvaaT iiaafita. A debt ttevtt il. petwHi of a avadtlor, and ntves bs la within Iba lurtMiMM. of eowi l it drUrioiuai'M lbeif eaa aflaat htfl rtghia. lrefijra, a diaelbataa by a Mute euart of lnawlvavy iivsosedlMn wtu aot l he claim of im iwtntoVbif wbo has taksa part la, am subiulited himself In any aay bV tbe JiuUdtelloii of iba Ineulvenay lilbuaal. Vltsatetl agala! strnitua. rasuaL) Huprwarj Ceart of riff LlTTI.lt hASAA nil. Like Wat t Iks kealea ' I srseea X las suwaaef'a anal 1 aaa wta. I ea, ki I laiat I aaa tasww A lusa Iksl will wifc a lu. I eea eel as ekalleues Sets, I Wew a an saualin n. iM feeltak to be eke traarMk XI SB Hsll slsft as ka a er baa bar. lJh. Ike inwer ef the Bel aat aaaa Uraak liwik si Iks kese of S.y, Sal wbs ke akaU feel aiy an bl best Uk Ike elekkle k favalk awai I Foa I lira kix kth a ka Ux air, Wllk Ha kark where ka kee oarlH ka k. WU nwisilasi svaak avaaelk kla I i ftteeb. Aa I kew k clear geae asua ea. ara asuake by tka ax wke bars ass i I am BnoasM aiv an 11 sari saeeft l Taouk xy lekanla ar few , yet Iks work tbat I Mas sfl Mad Iks oallas nra af. Iss s btua-re rewatMieaa aura, Aa s Nllil let fearaaa I bsl Tbirask Iks bss was eruwa, I wM brlag lb prio rauwa. It It set Its srows boat npra las Burrlara at tVurk. Thuraday moraine, Mr, 0nr Balld, of 8 rsluietln rlraxt, rpurtfl to Oastaln Dtinn irf I Sll-th. wK-Pvula 1 1.. I 1.1. k-u a.. A 1.. sntcred dtiiing the nlsht by Irareltra, wbo opo- ed tbe beniul door by nisns of a f al lay, and stole a lot of Jewelry Slid silver plate. Boots anil Sloes ! One of the Largest Assort- O ments in tbe City at HARDING'S. rVERTTHIllO DPJHRABLB FOR FALL ARDWlItTEB WCAR. ; His Prices Are the Lowest. 'f9t GRAND STREET, SKOONf) DOOR ABOVKKirrtL BROOKLYN, ft. D. Special Notice. he American District- Tele graph Company, OP BROOKYN. announce to their fiubnoribm and Uis Putlle that from and after Ikecmbtr Firtt, 1883, tho monthly rental of tbeir Dittriet Itutru- mtntt in.privnte residence will bs reduced to ONE DOLLAR AND TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. Tbe peculiar features of our system, Thi Night Polift Patrol, Police and Mttnengtr Bertiee, are well known, and to which we shall endeavor to give increased efficiency and promptness. The police force connected witb this Com. pan; is uniformed. Tb members are all worn in by, and subject to ths rules and regulations, of tho Department of Police of the City of lirooklyn. At any time, day or night, subscriber am rail themselves of their services by simply ending a "Polite Call" on their District in. trument, which will ba promptly answered. HO BATTIBT Oil CHEMICALS UQtJUUID. ' A child can nse the instrument after a few moments instruction. Other specialties of onr servlce.auch the "Doetor't Call," "Utery Stable CalU," "Jit-eentd Theatre State," ie., will be explained. at either of tbe Diitriet Offieee, 191 Montague it., 321 Curf U., 608 and 1070 Fulton ft. and 80 Fourth at., S. D., where sppllcs-tipns for instruments can be made, which will be attended to in tbeir order as received. KO CHABOE FOB CONNECTION. Tie American District Tdcrt Company, EXECUTIVE OFFICE, 191 Montague St., -BROOKLYN. Window Glass A good analrty f WIWDOW oLASS retailed tt tbs oiiewiss twioes, y J. S. SCHNEIDER, 171 BrsadtvAy, Brook lB, E. D. lPrk;i IPrlcei , Price 11 a 111 in! a lal 11 IS a :s)i 5 Us 41 1J IS a 44, 11 18 s ia 14 sM M 30 s M if l a attl IB 30 s IS ijD s Sti 30 s M iia 80 a aoj 3D s 43 K .30 set lft' all s 4ll. is 21 a 34' 30 33 s 301 l MslHl . 15 S 3ll i33aM; 1! SlSi Hi 33 s 4t 34140 43 34 a all 0 34 a at SB 34a!ll to 3is la, OS OS XSl si joiji! st Slat M Mlji 41 3ss 41 XS4O 43 Jaja 344' la Mate U s S til W s 51' lus is. iu a 1: 1" 10 111 1(1 10a JOaM iu a aa I0SAJ 10 SIS Ills M 11 a IS lis v ttn a l 1 JS 1 Its S9 11 It a U lis lis lis 11 Alt II a a IH J4 il:! III M SB :33S 4s as: 44 33 s 3u 34 alt E a 1 a ta m I ti 111 4S illsts! 113 as , uu 33 34 a nil !'J a ii aaa. 11 X iaassl lo Cbarga for Cutting Old Class. fIIE3,FEDITSud CODITBT PRODUCE, Fine Crttmery Butter Speebtlty. -AT- JACOB AMEND, Mvtasaa A Ra. I tab a Sal Mtu iVblra. B. St. PANOY OOOOS. MAS. BALTZT BAUtt 01 rArfCT uontm, wa naiva avaiav JtFAwryr BHD r5HIUKATlBBal CULTT. tapul. rPatraliaelaa aa r, BHaavpoaa. rakanidarli .Bwasjasasaa-a , a via Mi a a 3 41 1 40 4 an it. S44 M Bill Mi9 ? ll 1 34! a las aa HIM IIIiS 0 HISSO e le 1 111 1 in! ii t is an 2 M '30 a 43 M 4WI W, . DUPLICATE se.b taaeva, n w la aw) a a vxaa m tie, 1 Sax, ex snss e Sew. aaaas nnrOP TT tisae, aaaaraisVeaaeasTseeaa aka. al SUeev aa. HW KHt N I ll IbSw.iii.ii tao Msa.a . taabaas a kaWMiesi A rW !f 13 tf' "(" f ',' M " aad fea 'fS" t at -ea avast . . saaa sans m as stab af baaaa an a, la-a . baa Hiaxs asX keai kaeaa, s. SeSa eaval ssUea. ISiai i I tIaf h "naiV i. N. JHNiT0.1, lll Rswarr, r-arar hiawaa himl, , , Brooklyn Trade Directory. A CJLABSiriKD LIST Of OUR BNTKIlPItlfllNO HOUBBUj M TUB VARIOUS ll RANCH Ma OK TKA DM. AflKSTH-fAHttttiaiK rVHNITI'HK CAMrtTK M0 a. QAM, aos WkV BATf tNMANM eVM . ei ia kT ki.emi, -Usak Ul ickatANur r, O ai ! a asai tana aai tffs4el. S SveM KOCH HINHV f ft AHVlllTtCriL T'lVHtiHttAXLtWHkK SMITH CAUt I., tai aa, su aft. F. W. WURSTIR, rewSMary ss Aaaa Werka vkaaMf, taalla..vMl Aata Lai t'rsa s-a Saa r.0tT. L0RCNT1 J.. 1st Mnulesr. SMt elk St. BUNOtSlkllti , Is axSeea. akeea a. AifcruiAiUkkH. IUMNIM Wat 0, caoiI MiTtj., aa vee.la. LA DON a NAHM, a asaaisa aa,, eea. Tsss,ftlas "VM H(lU Htm. aba rl.AOH A C0AKLIV Wa. Sussiutsadel .kas. Dale eas. aa biMeses SI. 1 nweaaaw svx. Vf., WIHTR.W,"J' tearTCLe?i Motif IV lit. tlli talRRIll. BftOTHtNt, la ajff . Ilia. HAT VAPX KTC7 HAECKER MAHLER, ftaWiaaSaa. BUBKHABT i. kaa llwwat. sw. WsssykltL V0UNO A CO., Ul iu a. OLAMOT A ALEXANDER, l Staailesf . IIAIK HOODS. WIEOERHOU) MRS. 0. tlH.iHM Wokkli. uiCToa rAuciti, ry wen as. vavaav HOI I A N MA A' A' Art TAV10. eVM BIT lal M M ef as. SU. BI HtNlty A i0. lit ia at. VOQT hKM and ifrrA-.i.t ruMTin a, IB Ursa at. BswSlb. CAT0N P., la 11 Ursa a -tn til a. i. florr.As): ituh f Yitu THUbLOW A CO. l Paailet., a. jt su oassMi at, B VI Ul KMT IIAknWAUr llA V. KTUA M0UQMT0N J. 0 . Ul brasslav. MiFIItO 0. A 0., Binwirs J. t'Stlfca MANNII A B war Bfeaawa. West sees ef WallalKl, ailalalaa ISSllkalV.is. hl'II.IHStl ma rrniA FIT lUflftouOMb H.f. A 00 Tenia n. Tajn. A llvsiief eta. KINO A OA Ml, HOUSE HUNT ftfANtriELO K Ij .. aui at. DEV0E i. H., US M Ml u., V.U -m.s anas at. ' 'TV "", I "tJT ADAMS A MOWN mrtraeeeel.kaa HOOTS AMU HHnin UlkLMORI A TREVOR. 1 HIiaislnasa.ski.kk- NILtONO. s-v. abevstu. MAKTIN K ft. nun. M'KtNNA J., Br,AvV, sWvabt. INOIft A (MOM, IRON ELL A FVFI this, lal .erf JONES AAlECO., MORRISON ill Uraml a). si-as aarsal.lxi.elB ma. 'llfSVRA ECEAOAUTK C1.0TB1KKA KTO. HOWARD A WIltON, COBB DAVI0 a-wpaiar saa Uws raee OletM SS TMu..pt,.wM,co I I u. tKitiuUr sari e.ll kaewa B" BrneHwss, sans M ea. MORGAN SO JEWELERS. Laettu:i Uhvtkler, sail ill Uraaal X. RIFENBERQH ARTHUR, fa atk as. M0RCH JACOB, M'KrON A TODD, a. W. eer. B g.ayAsUsl. SMITH, 0RAV A CO.. kkB Inlaif. Wetakee, liiarsusits as Silver. .are-110 Ureaa. LA UXDRIKS. COOPIK T. A 90Nt, ,0UTH VttJlflS 5f-. METROPOLITAN LAUNDRY. AT IllnMix aa. RI00EWOOD LAUNDRV, Ul Bu. MS at. eseiva aui arrjsawsy. COAL jlxiTwooK PARKINSON, JOHN A CO. Isist, sue. flti. ink. CHR0E0ER, YVM.--el esly. iUKenlaa. bat. Dlv av.ft Ke.hat. MVCRt, PtRDINAND--eeesly. Bft Steal aa.b. layluf A VTIIaoa as. t. TUTTLI 0N A CO.. FOUNTAIN LAUNDRY, Uk) ao. atu ak aest 4th. SECONIt-ilA Nli L UMBER. REEBER J. A CO., Kasaajhakntakyssn. I'eay.s.M -lk a. bet. Urea aad Bo. lal-KsatST. ft. Wiksiat.-UrssrlBt. sar.lxinsaer-Mrrtleaa. bl. W'a. . saul MiaU at.- .... Kmc. Me. Klbliea -SilhSil. e. H.tmA .. "Pern! YEL'W PISE HAWLEV 0. F dr Kaal sa. ar Rodasj at, WILSON A JOHNSON. TAVL0R, THOMAS T. ii-ivj K. in sa. i.kiI Wllsea at. MANNIE A SCH0LES, 1st a. TT ' V ai.iui.s.11 noarilUl wall OBos. Kssl sa. ft. Hues. LEARV JAMES 1st si. METAL HHAtMAKSJiS. D0LBEER MMC., UM Hrvxdivsy, sbsesTtb. R00MI MRS FLO YD WM. Ifa-jri WASEL CHRIST. SI suak auvvvaaor Ui M No, HURD MRS. S. N 1U 4tk St. Uluw So. fKh, VAN WINKLE, BCHRIEBERH.W iin, ixippar '"tTssr 100 riusuias sa. assr Broadway. MARBLE VKNTlliTRY. MARBLE sad 0R08CH 0R.AUQ. ta Uraod st. sor. Ma. ROSE F. H Ml "Ui at. at, Bfosawar. REE8E OEO. F nrtiuAn Cor. Dl 1100 svs. MACHINISTS' FELLOWS JOHN, u ssBinsa. wear Breadway. MEN'S FURNlSUtNQ. DRY itAsV fAACY O00DS. 0EQRAWA. C, MOla1 vS.ttWJaSU PURCELL ROB'T C, 907 I .nnl at HOWE JAMES R., IW a IH; Urand St. iq airoaqwar, aoove JO. OPTICIAN. STRACHAN J. Sirj PAINTERS- SMITH, BUCKLE A CO., BROWN THOMAS A SON, 7 aad 4'M tlrand at. MAUJER'S NEPHEWS DANIEL, 141 lraod at. our. SI. SCHNEIOER JAS.S., Ile-IMI ariiwsylll-liBO,rrUI FVHNITVRE DIALERS. FETZER H.C., U0 Br..lwr. Wllk A Mb sis. MEVER HENRV, PR0BSU0'E,rji,"'-,,h' HOWE H. M't SON, Ml PLUMBERS, ETC. H0LSTEN H. M lltb st. C0GER OEO. W 101 Brvadvrar. ltd M 1. rVRKITVRE A CARPETS. WILSON WM., 9H4 llradway, Bear 10th aa. TRA0MAN 0., 1 tstsL FLETCHER E. P., CHULZ A BtieeiBi ereaia Siva it ossiisa, mUrsaast.sss.BUl. TRAUM'S."laay aysaasls. a 7 Bre4way. u Winiiv. Household BAKERS. mVITSAND ClOARB. BARIFIELD EDWARD, Fafslaii sod D imeatle. nlkst.,keS. Bo. elk A So. HUl. FISH AND OYSTERS. CARNEY A. M., IWl Broadway, abnasAth. WHEELER W..!aBrosd.sy,srJlh Oyassrs of flneal qoalily. By tba qsart, ksudrad sr tkoaaaiid. FINE GROCERIES. BAR0 BROTHERS, ' Irlrl Keepal., cor. fsaasa, WRCOEN, RIN0E 00.. 8T a IAI B'dwejr.eur1. ilaakaa pi. BT0VER, RANGES, do. SCHREIECK ROBERT, til Ewen at., assr ursod. POTTER BENJ., Cirr. Grand and nth st. vf Make a eneoially of FIHtt-PLACK MKATKRS. SCHROEDER W. IIUflraadaL . PROBST JOHN. . aw llerlaorsa. ANDREWS EDWIN. ITS Br rrwsy,skss Mb. CUNEO JOHN B. ail aauafrwav, evoaa avaas. BUTTER, CHEESE, Etc LYNCH N. M.. IM Oraavl ea.,aeea saa. FULLER R. R.. SN) Uroaiiway, 101a, MEAD A. E . . ml Ufaraass.. faras. uaa. 'cONFECTioSESY. BL0CUM, Jfl atria. CA TERER. SWAIN OEO. W..JR., uor. am sno fM. sin. CHINA and GLASSWARE. OVIN0TON BROS., H40-3Y1 Fullosa. BCHISSEL LOUIS, MEAT MARKETS. HUDSON T. T., 11 BitMdway, above Mb. 0UA0E W. F., 'J3 Broadway, abova Rtb. aw ursn sa. nssr sao. Tine cvtlery. BAOERWM.F., esT uraad a, assr iiaa. " TKAMslOATS. STONINGTON LINE For Boston, CON" KfTTINO WITH ALL POIITTB RAST. It RDTTCRn PARR SB to Boston far trvketss flak sta. Bond only aa .peetnef en their see. TrS deeawi alaeniera BltdDK IBI.A NI rr Morelsf. Walsssdava and trtdssa. an NARHSUSNBtlT ua Ttasadsys, Tbnrsdsrs and salurdaya, la v. at 4i80 P. 31. frm rim SSaNartb Klvr, N. V. ef Jsv's,.. rt.Y.arrlatnsr faraanastSa.w. Tleksss fnraale at all prtoavpai koBat ostoaa. rlaatanonas . enrad at evfeaa of wealaftt Kspvasa O., at . aOT. ML SWT and 491 Bwadeay, and at Firlri Avenue sssl Winder Hotel tloael roe, N. V., aad la Brvoairo. aa MO fattoB aaa., and tti Washarujaoa sf. PUOVIUENCe IJ.VBIorFrstartitOsry. ran at. at4:l r at. daily iKnsdsra esoeptall, for Boot. a vis Proaldene dly.ol. rtvisbt al ukr Ira aiwars ft. a. BABryornr T.. W. FrLsnrt, General Paanssiif Aent. -j!ly.0,.?!tPw' KTO- PIANOS, 141 FOURTH BT, BROOKLTB. B. O. F. SUTER, LATE MCDONALD'S. orm ivEifiBo. GREAT BARGAINS it ftirTi Hrst-Class Plus Tiftroozs It) JMJUili n B l tUZETl, is Raed ef BeeOi Tawaft StraSa. tv t are at ry oryta trawn, WttiO MAOHIMt). Household Sewing Machine. CNTIRELV NEW. $laLe. PERFECT. Bss Aaysas I Beaettya aa Tssasaay. B. M. WILLIAMS: aSS BBOAtTWaY. ka. tasaakaaaL. Baa aai. - a7mm: ANt aryuaii WatI aTkva. sfBw . wmotmvrwmuitut &&33SS&i dratask tr1a-taTBai WMaf e. ' ta SB as I ha. ItaH PICTURES ASH rSAMEU COBB a tea YOUNG- 0O10 rRAMI CO, "aJ.4 I tss4 tlli'KillHAPUH BIFFAB SIRNARD T., ROeyVl'or-- RICHASIMON ajao!"' 10 il a ., 1 -1 s ak STf VINSON J. fll B. I.., akaeeaU, WEUtNCHAHLIS A. I o In -1., aaf ilk. LEWIS B A , la u.lk.a at . ST., P A 1. XT hs, rRKfiro. Hiil hK A IU0M. HAVILOCri HKNBY, la U.IC..H, V0RR S SMITH. Ill aa baa. WILLIAMS ISAAC H.. ku.i I jau r.V.sl, CANRICK H. SON. 1 or. "..., ..lima, LANORipof, HCNBV l PETTCRSON OEO. F, Well,, aa, CL0U0H J. FRED., WMXVtt, titi IM Tin. 1 DRISICLL A., a XI. sm HARDENBCROH 0 ia. naftftUaaa, a Bvd.,, .keae fck. IAIHTEHS-UUH. BOOT WM., r as a ao. Mote. PHILP0T JAMES. M M aiuadea. RKil. EST A TE AOESTX' HERR r. . Tit Broadway. PRUDFN WM. H., kaeilr.es ea aaaa Ntk, MORGAN'S SON WM. SS Bvewtwas. It' AAD ttkJK aer Be. 1.1 at, CHOI IB CARPENTERS. WrtkeAKwIsv OAUBERT AL0NZ0, 107 Bnadway. KELBEV A SUVDAM, M UrsMlatAf. BUMNER WM. 0.. iy1Bro.1l.... lot. elk ok roUNIIRIkS. -ittNTBALi. .,. HO, u. USBV JOSEPH. TMREJ0HN' SS lal at. JOHN 0., (R.urihbed lay.) ysan HOOERSA BROWNELL. a' ar1 a. H., Bros, BON WM. Bluedway, TOWNR0W F. W, Ua llaalua av. EDELLrJJ,.. 0REEN WILLIAM, let lili rL aaVr Oraafl. RUBBER O00IIS. OOODYaAB'SRUFIBKR GOODS sMOrasdat. SPOR J INU GOODS, ETC H0R0AN F. E. a&ubr.arlH. rassr Lssosrs. ,TOWtL!b,B,.w. LINK JOSEPH, lUII Broauwiy. near Tata av, SASHES. M.ISDS. ET0. BOSSERT LOUIS. is to su Jittiaeraa se. BROOKLYN M0ULDIN0 MILL It. Uooan.Juim. Kent AtMaaso av. J 1st St. l.UMBKIL SEW ISO MA CRISES. JOHNSONAS SMOKERS' ARTICLES. lout No. IM. HATHAWAY E. A.. 0.. IJHUraad at. lout No. (th. WORKERS. T II.ORS-MERCUAXT. 0ISSEL HENRV, O. - Braaa roaatry. IIS Broadway, ear. It St. ta at. MURCKEN HENRV, - (CopperamllJi). s.ie nro.qwsy. tinier MaradaD, M al. sear lal. TRUSSES. llASDAOESEta. LEVH 0E0 -I lady In aawedsasa). J.H. 611 Brnsdnsy, akora sn. .11 1 anaet Iron sua anna" av. TRAVELING DAUB, ETC WORKS. WALLACE T.E.. A Busi'ieny, earner 3d St. SLATE MANTELS, nun, slid Itrth st. iJrtioi.nijkitana. KOSTER JOHN, 1 II. WrUaeaa. SUPPLIES. HOFER A.E., Bruauway, Ift? fth at , bet. Bo. 1st. HO. 3d. LUEDERS GEOi . id t4j sn. t J'SriERTA K KR8EURN. RELVEA PETER. (r.atir.lianen liaai.l 11 WilleU at. N Y. Fmnrh I4J Hniaiie ay, BtlTD, HENRV, Uren 1 at; CUDDY MRS R0BT, SUPPLIES. KnH Broadaay, our. Myrtla av. BRYAN JOSEPH, IfU P'UrlD elraeu KENDRICKGE0.Q., XU Broaile.r. above TtB. CUDDY RICHARD, Bruadwsy, .JtRl Broadway, above IKS. NtvWLAN W. H , I'M Wvthe ae. SNVbER JOHN H 4UU Uraad St. T,CELD-,fM. L0NOW0RTH DAVID, aj aui at. WAGON SKIN PAINT 0. BERTSCH PETER Sit BioailwB. Supplies. MEAT MARKETS. BRAND JOHN T V..T. till and Ho. 10 k at. 'tHARLTON JOHN, MS Broadvrrar. KARKELLA JOHN. 191 ami 'm Briiadwiy, METZnER FREDERICK, Iba. Bsdfonl sa. niar Pea as. OILS AND LAMPS. FLETCHER A HALL. im Orsnd at. bet. 2d A 3d at. T0MKINS WM. A SON. 3jK tlrsnd at.het. Mb A 10th, VAU0HAN E. W.-'i"" o"a. till Broadway, slxivs 41b. KI.KCTRO.PLA TING. REPLATIN0 TABLE WARE, Cotlery. ate., tur famfllss s srs cislty. 91 a1 m 1st st. eor. So. 8th. W. R. BUBCHKLUPro. W'ISrES AND LIQUORS , W0OLEV M.-Cholca goods. 114 Beiadwar L0U0H RAN JAMES, arJ7 Broadway, n ar 12tfl St. ALLER8 D.-Ai Wholesals. 1ST Brosdwoy. LIVERY dl ABLE8. Coaches, . Surrey Wagons, Ladies' Phaetons AND ' Side-Bar Road Wagons. WHEELER'S STABLES, Oor. South 8th and 3d Sta. nOUGLASSl JJpeterkinCX. hoarding & Livery Stable, 165 ad 167 CLTMER ST. LandBwa, Undaulsts, Clsrsrtc, 1 Coup, Top Wat Of!, Stirfty Wan$' TO LT 4T LOW BATES. HENRY HAMILTON.T Elegant Net torn Grand Central Stables, h rOUKTH STBBHT, Rant 4tfe aasl HartB Safe tt Coupes, Clarence hndaus, . ' in " CLAftENCC STA8ES

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