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A FINK SHOW OF HORSES.
THE EXHIBITION A SUCCESS.
MUCH INTERIM IN TIIK UUTIXO OF THK IICNTTILS
?AWARD Ol' rOVUCto,
E
If thefirst drtvof the National Hoise Pho-tv may
lu* taken aunt) iiulii*at ion nf tts fortune it eau hardly
fall of being a succee**. Dr. Carniotly, Hie vcterni
ariiiu, who. in conjunction with I?r. Cattanat h. baa
examined more than B80 lannes, said lo a I
reporter thal thc present eshibitioti Bl tbs Madi?on
tjMiiiaif ('tudt-ii wus for in psi *?-** ot any thing of thc
kimi iii Kntrlniifl. .Iiiftuiiuf began at H a. m.. when
Unit" wus bardi** anyone m rh." large bnHduig.save
tilt- Executive Coiin,:i!tf.?J?hn (.. Heckeher, John
]>. clift -vcr. H. ll. Hollister, W P. Wat rion, H. J.
Niholua and Beverley RohlnBon?and tho
. sui "riiiKMidctit, Charles Lincoln. BectiOfl A coin
f'ti-i-fl thoroughbred*, and (Tass 1 waa f<>r stat Hons
our vearenldiiiid over. Thc first prize of 9300
waa awarded l>v Colonel 8. D. Brnee, the judge of
this section, to J. K. Keene's Bpendtbrift. (?li.-ii.nt,
foaled in 1876: stn Aastranan, nan Aerolite by
Lexington. ClBaaOwm forhreod nares with foal
al foot! The first prize nf 9100 wa? awarded to J.
IL Keene*! Phillis, bay, foaled in 1872 ; bil. Phaeton,
out sf Liim of Sydney by Knight of si. Curt'.'. I lu
M-.-.'titl prize nf $50 waa swarded U) P. A. Rebe***
merhorn'sSpirit,ebestnut, Bgedi "dre Australian,
limn Springbrook by Lexington. Section 1' was for
Arabs. In the stallion elane the first prlie of 91 Ol?
wen! lo J. B. Hoii-t'.ii'- I. c. ij n-i rd. _r.iv. 14.3 blah,
ll yean, bred by Bnltan of Tukey. Tba
second prize of 950 wiut to 0. S. ('runt, jr..
for Linden Lee, dapper oray, ll.:* With, * yean,
____Be bleeder. Section C waa for trot-fen and tho
jndge was D. L. ll.-rr. of Lexington. Ky. (hms 13.
the int of thin section, waa fur stallions a nh gel
three yean old and over. Thc Ural prise of 9200
went to Edwin Thorne, of Millbrook, Dutcheaa
County, N. ?., for Thorndale, bav, 15.2 high, aged;
?ire Alexander Abdullah, dun Dolly by Mabnmo
Chief. Tbe second prise of WOO went tofclizier
Smith, of l_ee, Berkshire County, Mn***., for Ai
cantara, Lav. ir>.:( high, 7 yean; sire George
Wilke* dam by Msmbrino Patchen. SirWalter.
awned bv Thoniaa Kilpatrick, of this city, and uen?
eral Knox, owned by fleury N. Bnith, ?i tin** city,
wera high iv oommeudetl. rheaefine animals were
simply led aronud the Inclosure, and even not
?bown in harneaa. Clan n was for stallioua l
yean old and ..v.-r. The Ant prise of $100 was
?warded to W. ll. Wilson, of Abdallah Park, Ky.,
fur Simmons, black, 16 bafida high, 4yeanold;
aire Oeorge Wilkes, dan Black Jane. The owner
tli*.v>- this unit.ml to wagon and waa greatly ap
I>!:uid>-<1.
Henry N. li-nith exhibited Goldsmith Maid in thc
in'!..sup., but abe wa*uo1 entered for competition.
(lies 17, i**i trotting nin **n. I yean anti over,
brought ont eiirht louipetitora. lue first prize ol
sion w. nt to W. IL Wilson, of Abdallah Park, Ky.,
for Lady de Janett, a tall bay of perfect form,
m itu an exquisite coat, h ?'--> ;i- ilk, ii sm.ill, beau?
tifully ]Miiaed lu-ul. an.1 a regular thorough-brad
air. Ifr. *?*? lleoii drove ber several limes round tbe
in. Insure, amid Ihe vigorous applause of those
preaent, bul they were not many, for the people
were attracted by the riding rather than bi the
boraea, and did not come lu large nnmbers until the
afternoon, lue second prise of 9*50 waa won by
A. A. Freeman, ol tin- city, arith Maria 8.,eire
ti tart le, oul of a Black Hawk niara. Lawrence
Ki!>'** I adyGriswold, and Smuggler's Daughter, the
rupert) of ll. i_*. Russell, of Milton, Mass., were
ignly praised.
This waa tha morning's buslneaa, and there
was a lull then in the proceedings until '_' o'clock,
when W. U. Powell, of bpriugwrn*,Penu.,judaen
th." bones of ill work. 1'bere were few entries
in thia section. J. IL Dahlman, ol thin city,
g t honorary mention for Tom and Bill, and a ii!*'
prise of ,ti" for Lucy.a nara 16.2 hiah and ~
yean old, and of coloitsal proportions. 1 lieu every
oody hurried fnuu the ineloaure, andlefl it fraefor
tin-w.ii km. ii to pat np iii.- hu niles and arrange
thc leena lor toe half-brad hunters ol ClasaH2.
't s exhibit caused much excitement, and there
was a large body of Spectators, who were al
frigid, but became warmed np bydeareesso thal
they applauded heartily all the __<><>.1 leapi
laughed vigorously at the had. On the northside
of tue ineloaure there were two four-harred rails,
ruth.-r close together. On the other side there was
au< ther four-barred rail, and beyond thal ;i wooden
wall Then in the centre was tne water-jump, a ith
au Impromptu hedge in front. High temporary
laitin-.'s of wood were arranged on each side .if
t.i- to prevent hones swen tig. Chere were
eleven entries bi ihis Hans out ol
nominations, hut the ri.l.-rn in must instances
wen grooms or jot keys. W. Rutherford
rude his "Wu huuter lleuipati nd, and rn ?
liv many of the siiectators. Frederick Gcbhard en?
tered his chestnut gelding Leo, but it was undcr
sl.I that it wasnddeu by we ol tbe attaches of
i ? i .nt rn' which Mr. (i'lih.nd is mastmr. Other
eutrics were F. Payson's Pinafore, riddi i by i
Jockey; W. P. Douglaaa'a Poxboroni.li, Charles ii.
Peters'! Kalhtitflf, ridden by I. Hitchcock; 1'.. I>.
Morgan s Kathleen, 1, K.Cowdin*s Kaebel, Mts. a.
1* Tu .nt Purity's Kingston, and A. Belumut i'urd .'
Bi mars k. Jn.-tt after the l.-.iirittur began Mayor
Edaon api*earad and read hia speech, which waa in?
audible tv every one save the lunn1..-is ul the J>.
ecutive (wmni11t-t- who stood bareheaded
led deeply impressed. leaping the brook was
filial to nevi ml riders, the onh real el au water
lumping iii-iii_ doue by Mr. Kuthcrford on
ll, : -,?:-it-iifl. an.! hy a groom on Kathleen, The
rail-* sud wall Were wen taken by tin ma
wi t the exception of a little uervoiiatii
ink'itw.in a creditable display. Mr. But hi
timk all tha four Ai .1 junina handsomeli, everj oue
being followed by a roai "t applause, then heretic
arotntfl thc ineloaure aud tf>"K tiie water jump from
the other cud. His horse balked the tit-t time, bul
bc recovered him with a touch ol tbe spin and a cul
ol tiif \\ hip. and keeping In- he id straight, went at
lt with a rash, and cleared it beautifully. Carroll
Livingatou w.is the judge aud awarded tho lind
prize of $100 to Hem]tetead, the second to Leo, nod
'reilly oomnended Kathleen. Leo Bound, red in'..
the water jump disgracefully aud hardly di
tn in* ranked bet.Kathleen.
After the trial ot Ihe bunters the inclosure -was
tm .inti nt its r.ul- aad the competing iii t ? horses
wen It'd around, Pira Company Ko. nfl winning the
prise, a set of liarneaa. 1 atm came tba turn of ( !a
a'A saddlehunies judged bj Miguel AI?o ..! mis
city. Sixteen hones wire brought into thc ring for
trial: 1?. If. Lc-'s Besaie, IL ll. ll..Hist, is llraudv.
I*-. I'm. iiiit-vii's Beauty, Henrj K. Howland'.
Chester, ?'. C. Clauaeu'a Brilliant, J. H. il.n|?r.
Mahogany. F. lt. Kivet/s VN'estuiiuister. A. L.
i t-:i ,'s Artist, W. ll. w ii .ii. s t. |
giuitVa Cuba, II. E. i'remain'a Baby Uueeu, W. I{.
Ogdeu'a duvet. W. ll. (innth. Ts Don Carlos, J. ll.
Eisner's Hattie Brawn, ao?i U. L. Uiii-ey's l!stis.
They Ant walked, then trotted ami then cantered
inpairs. Then the Judge neut away all bul I'-h ??..
J)..ii (ail..s, L.iiiv i,iu.< ti, Mahogany, Brandy
and Besaie, lin ii- ridan wen directed t?
make then go thronnh lin- performance <?! shoulder
in, ahonlder ont, wueeliug in siiort circloa. uud
ot bi r methods of showing perfection of breaking to
thc hit. Thc riding vvus admirable. Eatea was
ridden by bia owner; so waa Brilliaut. Maboganj
was ridden by Mr. Blaaaom, who also rode lit'.ssi,-.
Brandy was ridden by L.Zayas. The judge gave
thc first iiiiTiiitiiii to Estes, bc oud to Iii,li,nt, vity
bonorable mention lo Mahogauy, aud houorable
mcniiuii to Brandy. Tba venUct vv;_h received with
loud applause ana wus considered eminently just.
If the prize* had been given tor riding Mr. Kinly,
Mr.Clausen, Mr. Kajraa. and Mr. Blassou would
liavi- mada something like u dead beat, for they all
rode admirably.
In the evening Mr. Miguel also Judged ono clans
?f the section fur ponies ao. 86, f"i stallions four
yean "ld and over, and exceeding ll banda h.
height. Tbe tint prize of 970 waa awarded to A,
J, t ass.m's Little Wonder, and tba second lo
Jainct McEnriea* Peter. W. ll. Henrique's
Jim was highly commended. After this
came thc exercitungof buutereo. ei the a widen wall
and (om sets of raiu ii. -ii"-' tl around t he em loaure.
'1 lie Imported " lady riders" made their appearam <?.
but dlaappoiuted ever] one ti-mn tba badneea ol
their mounts. Miss Melluiab appeared tbe better,
though tbe lees graceful rider of the twa Miaa
Kings hurue swerved repeatedly, aud at lust fell io
a h.-.ip oval thc .vail jump, tulluna: the wooden
atlair upside down and giving tin- ruhr a severe
fall, which prevented bel riding for tbe i< si ol tba
evening Mr, Potter itistiuguishud lum**" li' b.\ Ina
gia<. tal riding and good jumping,
# A PIM)!?().**r.li PRODUCE EXCHANGE WAUK.
A largely attended meeting of tin- Produce K_.
ehange was held ynsterday. Report not theHnance
Committee to tbe effect Uiat a half-million dollars
n.ls required lo complete tl,., ot a building: aud
nf tho committee appointed to consider tbe leasi*
bi tv of building a telegraph line to Chicago for
tl,. Mle uaeuf the Exchange und theChii ago Board
M Trade, wera conaidered. Tba latter committee
touud thal thc difttcultiea m securing tha
rijrl.t of way fm ? lin,, fron New
York to Chicago wan loo great, hut
K secured the rafuaal of the line nf tin- N'ew-Yofk,
Chicago aud cit. Louie, and of tbe New-York, Wed
Bbore and Buffalo Railroad compauies, to be know u
ns tin* Kational Telegraph Cou pany, i.,r fi. him..ooo
in bouda bearing ti pi r i .-nt int. r- -t to be iaaued by
a company with a paid ap cadital .-f $1,000,(XM>.
The line ezteuda from Weebawken to Orand Cross?
ing ah..ut eight uiiicn from ( hicago, ham f.mr wires,
and passes thiough eight titien. As the Produce
Exchange ia uol empowered hy itn charttn to own a
telegraph line, the committee proposed tbe organ*
Uation ol a company with .fl. ooo, doh capital of
which MK>0,000 sh..nhl I..- taken by mem bora ol
the txebauge and .-nlOO.oOO by tba (Tii.-a^.. H.,aid
of liuilc.
Lhaiii * ll. Partridge opposed the proposition and
Mi- Ifmrows uropoeed t*. emplot experts to examiue
tin- property, U-aaiuuck a.-* be did liol ti.mk it worth
anything like tba amount asked, and he wanted, he
said, " tue Ext haii^t protet (--tl tram a st heme sui h
us tho Vanderbilt*! wei. swindled into by the pur?
chase of ihe .Ni, bed Plata road." A oommittee ol five
vt aa appointed tu iipi-ti Ik...ks ()f Mihstiiption, and
the Cnicago Board ol Trade will bv retiuaated to
take similar action.
ibe Finance Committee reported thal th. . stimate
of itn.ouuia rei;iilit*l to complete tilt- new l__.eh.ii.ne
wjiM$*i.")3,e*iy iii. Mr. Mcuea ottered reeulutloua
till, ntdv lli|- the > lew ff ot tba .lill II tee uinl IfiiUent
lug thc Board of Maiia^era to antboiiai thc uoinplo
lon of the building In accordance with ti* plans,
provided that, the net debt should not exec.*"
? I .-150,000. Mr. Partridae again protested against
th.- resolution, after which tha resolution was
adopted with Mr. Partridge's dissenting vote.
A STEAMSHIP IN DANG Eli.
FITCH DISCOVLKKD ON THE IIF.LMDAL.
ll. sMI TI.V GOT I'NDl.lt ( ONTIlOl.?1 \ UM' 0? THU
DAM Af'K. NOT KNOWN.
f-ienals of tire were displayed from the mast-head
of the steamship Heimdal ol the Carr Linc, from
Christiansend, when sba was about ten miles from
the Sundy Hook l.i.ht-hip af noon yesterday. 'I bis
Information waa quickly sent to tba ofBce "f the
?mute and to Castle Garden, and eaosed consider*
nhl.- anxiety a*** t<> thc safety of tha three, cabin and
the303steerage passengers, moat of whom wen
known tobe women and children. Wlicthei the ship
was in at -trial danger, er what w.islhoextent of tho
lin*, could not he ascertained nntil iheBhould .ti nv.,
within hailing distance] hence measures to meet
any possible emergency wen ur once taken. Mr.
i.t 'nib. kc. tbe passenger agent of the line, nud Mr,
Mareager, the newly-appointed agent of the llitinr
valla Line, bv which the steamer is owned, went
to meet her with tugboats, the f?nner going down
ou thc fireboat Havemeyer. John E. Moore, the
immigrant landing agent al Castle Garden, also
se i tilga and barges to meet the vessel lu the Lower
Bav ann take off the passengers. When ti,.- reese]
waa mel below Quarantine no snooks waa seen (ob.*
escaping, and it waa thought thal the Un
Inul beeu extinguished. There was, bow*
(V, r a Strong odor which pervaded tbe
atnioaphere ami reminded cv ey body pf
brimstone. Captain Johansson said winn thc
Heimdal waa reached thal toa tire had not been ex*
tinguished, and that he did not think lt wise te
open the hatches until all of tbe passengers had
been landed. The nassengen were all huddled (tn
theafter-deek, the boats and a raft bad bein mada
ready for lowering.and other preparations had been
made to abandon the ship if it became necessary.
After inspection at Quarantine bj the Health Oiticer,
the Heimdal steamed up un far as Bedloe's Island,
where the passengers were all transferred lothe
barges and taker to Castle Garden, tba Havemeyer
remaining alongside to render any aaB_stanee neces?
sary to extinguish the lire.
Behrand Jonassen, one of thc passengers, first
discovered smoke coming from the foreholu aboul S
n'clock on Sunday afternoon, wben tbe vessel was
about 200 miles at sea. From tbe odor of the
sinok.? it was concluded thal the fin was among tin*
matches, of which, since Ihe duty was removed,
large auiounta have been brought here from t*we
den. As ih.-re was also liquors in the same bold
considerable fear was fell with regard to thc spread?
ing of tin* lire. The passengers were maid to have
maintained entire preaeuce of ininti when the)
learned ol the fire, with the exception ?i a
sick cliild. who became frenzied and con?
tinued an until after she landed Bl Cas?
tle Garden. she shrieked with fer every
time she was moved on her bed, and cried in
Scandinavian, " tia ve ure!" Hie passengers wera
called up *roiu the steerage and sent on tbe sftei
d..iii and into the *-<. ??unl-t-ii bin, where they were
provided with all the bedding, etc., thal could lie
collet titi, und made as comfortoble as possible dur?
ing the in-lit. The boats were provisioned and
made ready for lowering at a mom. nts' noti.c, aud
the raptaiu construct! d ? large rafi from sp irs and
canvas, lu the meantime the steam jet. connect
big with iiu- 1'ueh"ld to be need in case of Bra, waa
turned on ail et ry hole and crevice by which
oxygen could enter was stopped np. 1 he steam jet
necmed to subdue the fire, but the smoke continued,
rh* steamer w ill not go to h. t pit r in Hoi uki ii un?
til it la certain thai the fire isentirelyextingni lied,
rhe pasaengen were wann in their commendation
of ile captain's management of the vessel, and Ihe
prompt ufa* with which the other ollicers ami tiie
crew carried out the orders aud attended tu the
needs and comfort of tbe pasaeugei -.
i iptain .i"i..in-, ii it iiu lainl evi liing : '? We left
Chriatianaeud on Oetolier rt, with a uiiscclliincouH
cargo, in which was included uno Imixi
malchi -. 1 h. ie were 'AMI people ul] t*dd al...ul.
On Sunday afteriitHiu, aboul 5:Jo, Ihe fire waa din
uttered, on investigation 1 found thal ii had
.t among Ihe mutt hes w hi< h wi rt lured nu
the starboard aide of the main holtl j ti ttl forward ol
lin-m.nu halt b. The s, i imii ol!!'i i ant the atef?rage
pasaeugera aud their baaaaga tm .I.t k as soou bu
posaiblc anti steam was tiirneil on in lb* hold, but
the lira gaiued ou us slow iv. Wi ?;?.I lo ii|hmi
thc hutt h ea thin un.riling, out hail to put them nu
again as tin fire wu*, gaining rapidly. Wi* turned ii
stream of water into the hold through tie- vcuti
latura. Al l<* nVltH'k our aignal wan nt-cn al -
Hook ami the iii. ls,,nt- wura ieli untidied fm
v issi 1 .\ ,,s io miuhl up i" ??
-round und hei hold il .... 1,, 1. We ex pet I t.,
i pumped nut aud np lu t he '!"? k to-uiu
-.ni.'
Ku >i it ll.ill.uh.. lei.iolt il the Heimdal -il".rn
iioii miles out on - .ruing, said: * Au iron
deck s, paratea the bold fnuu the '1 a-i
few ht.lils after the fire was flis, nvi'ii il lim,
U.IS tnt* !i"t tn st,lilli lill ililli Wun \\;il|.l'.| li\ ti,.
li, t. They aay that .<>l Ihe Nteeraire ute
discovered the tire lirsl by noticing the beal "t lin
deck. Aa an exampli of Ihe heat sii th.- irou decli
".,, ii mik nf sun ni the steerage pamtenice.ru cauahl
fire from it aud when taken into ll.p. n iii hlaml
up fiercely. The raptaiu at tri bu ten the fin* lo
ifptmlaueous coiubuntiou aiuuug sssiin- ?-..i. t v
in.it' i
Thc Heimdal wax -rounded ii. ills.-'-ann
Liim Islansis. >ii.- -,*, .is sm i,.ninle,1 in the eveuinu
o i in- lin- -boat . /.ipli.tr Milla, Mt*, itu* mi and VV.
A. Cheney, which were tilling lier Imbi with waler.
Winn nu- hali ins were taken "11.-lu i ir. iii Ilium*
-nut np fi ":n iii*- hold lind ii w.is imt ii"
o'clock that the Hames were nuhdued. At lon litlt
sin- H a- left
the v. iii k nt j' imping lier out im-* begun. It is prob
able tbat she will in- tloated thia monting and taki u
tn lol lim k.
The Heimdal is ;i u booner-riggt d, sere ? -propt li?
ing vessel, built of iron with unlit com*
pa rt men tri. She was buill in Gla stow laat
but is owned in ( i by i he 1 raja Slea u
. 'i ihe -t. amahip ll ..
tat three months ago tbe Heimdal waa char
Hi.ii tu t.ikt bel "ila' i- temporarily, lier di
-i.iti- are : _D_7 fed in b-ugl b, J., feet Ivam, -' i !_-3
feet depth of hold, and u.??.*>.'* tons bm thi u.
?
THE ELEVATED RAILROAD AC! IDEXT.
General Maoagei M.on yeittertlay begun an official
in v -est n.'.ti em into tbe ace it leu I al Third-avi
Pitty-iiinth-st., ou tSuuday uiuruing, when James
lnil.v, it No. -<i Mi,',!,, tr. st., Newark, ft ll rrom ,
_.'iiil.i ni tue * lt .t's -I as nm
,.t lu- ..tin-, ibu iiij_ thc il.n , |,ni bia private s, .
saul that nn slut* mt nt Waa i*.ni\ for pu III ita) loll
Ile did no1 kuow.be said, ile- Daine nf an) ol lin
w itneasea ni ot the brakeman. A 'I KlHt'XK repoiici
afterwards fouud the brakeumu on uue of thi I
Mull trains. He had not been suapended and he
denied that ho hud been sum.-tl bj the Uein-ritl
Manager. His name ia John fallon, and bia addie*,..
No, HW Baal One Hundred and Piflccutli-at. i;.
terring in tb< accident, be said: "I asa between the
i.isi .ii,ii second can, the gates bciug ul."nt -i\ foci
from tbe girder on which Tully attempted lo eros*
the tracks, I saw lom start, bul thought him u
track-baud in citizen'* ili'-v. Before he had |.
five feel I saw tbat lu- was drunk, I did not then
tli:nk that be wished to board my train and I gavt
the signal to start. As the Kates pa.I hun he made
an attempt to reach them, but never touched them
anti fell to lin- street."
At the Prenbyterian Hospital where Tully waa
taken, Superintendent Wall -.ml Ibnt he waa severalt.
but UOt tut.illy i n j ix i > <i.
NEWS 80 OLD THAT II Ifi STALE.
A diBpatch printed in Tht Mas yesterday stated
thal ..n lrishiin.il named Petci McEneruey had du I
rei .ntly ut birmingham, Conn., aud that siuci hi
death it had been discovered unexpectedly t,,;it In
had left u huudaoiue fortune, lt waa aaid that
among the surprises wan u letter lunn Fisk &
Hatch announcing that tba firm held 111 .mukki iu
bonds for hi- h.-..uni. Mr. Hatch -1011 vi-.ienl.iv
timi McEneruey died three or foul years ago aud
tbat the story was, therefore, rathei stale newe. " I
ii-iiieinliei lum very well," Mr, Hatch aaid; "be
was an intelligent Irishman, who used to come in
here ot-i iotin11,ni\ to make purchases. At the timi
ol his death we had some securities which we had
bought fol him, but I do not now rememliei the
amount. The widow with th.lministratoi nt tbe
estate came on here, and winn we were -un.tnd
that they were Ihe legal representatives of McEn?
eruey we deb verad tbe securities to them, this
was so tong ago, however, that 1 donni ra.innmliei
the details. 1 think the man kept a'countr. .tore
for I recall hun aa bavins a bundle of wbi,,* or
something of thal kimi wheuever became Lera.
M.- bowed excellent judgment in all his ti.
tlull.-i With Un.''
RE8ISTING lill: DEMANDS OP WORKMEN.
Contractor Brien, who has. barge of the plumbing
work on tbe rou ni fiat bouses.urse ol cree non
in *>evi iity-tliiiil-st., between Eighth and Niuth
u\.s., reiteratt <l in* refusal to dis. barge the -evin
nun who bad made tbemselvc ohm . to the
union iu the strike ol laal summer, and, iu coutte
quence*. Delegate Farrell, of the Plumbers* Inion,
ordered tbe union pl nmben and gas titters to stn.,
work yesterday morniug. They will return to won
only tn eas.* th.- seven incn squan thetuselvi 1 with
the uiiioii bv paying tbe lines imposed on them,or
are discharged.
A ninle,elite Wun hi M ye-teiil.iv between the
Strike Committee ol the ( igannakers* Pregresaive
Uuiod sud Josephs d Uo. Ine strike now goi
In the shop was discussed, and auelforl waa made
nu thc part of Mu- iniii i<> iii.. t ;t 1 ..iiijiK.it,, ?*??. 1 he
men, however, insist on -heh lull ueuiauda and
they unlit ipa te .ni early st tileineut ou thai bs
1 in-wink ni organizing tbe abop-Lailnra is i_-.*iii_:
on. La several ol tne large shops tbs orgauizaiiou
la nearly strong enough, it is thought, to wairanl
asking an advance iu paj, aud the probabilities sn
that sui h <h maud -.viii lie made a ullin a few daj 1.
Incase ol 11 relusal on tbe paii ol the employers a
strike will result. Ine strike of the men mi
Jt L'o.'h employ cont innes, lin- members <>f lbs
firm assert that the. h_.vou.it the places of most ot
tbe men filled, acd thal they have no trouble in
gettbig the remainder ol their work done iu othei
shops.
HOME KENS.
ri-OMINENT AKKIVALS.
TTtin-W //o-VJ-Matthew Arnold, of Eng
laiifl, and General.!. I- Doiiiil.ls.m. fif Hiiltlnior.*... I'mlc
Aceuue Uoie GeneralO.T. Beauregard, nf Louisiana*
!,"? A,enti //../_** ?Joint m. Langston, waite*!
Btates Mlmslei (o Bsytlt F.asor Spenrei P. Baird,
I'niteilM,iten Criiniiiif-i.mer el t-iMlirric. j ex-Senator W.
H liartiiiin, of ('"line. H. ul; Georgs W. Hooker, of Vcr
in.iiit. .uni iliitiiiitnii Il.uiis. of Albsny....l*nroof. Bout*
?(itniirii-hntiiiin Tliefkftnre L.tirnin. of Boston.AL Men*
mia* Uotel- General K. W. Leavenworth, nf flyrrteiiac?
gt .imnti iiotet General jo*?pti K. Anderson, of vir?
ginia... Hotel lout,t"nit hiliiiurifl f_/ni!iiv. of Boston.
uti.! il ( .i||_lifsiii:tn (Vu Itel A. Wtioil, nf llnnnli'k Kulin,
H v Honman Ho***?Oongreaslonsl Delegate T. V.
Mn '-er nf liliilin.Orama Butti i.ieuleiiiiiit John
\\ i). ni nliovv-i r.t*. B. H .. (ininti Ctntrol Hotel Willliini
Henri Pct k, ot nlintntn*...Cinrtmtf on Hotel?Ex-QoYtraat
Jul.ii T. Il oilman..V. tr-l'-r/A Hotel?I'M: itli.iu MUStj
of Aili.iii). _ _
WHAT IS GOING ON* TO-DAY.
I.e. option to Ironl rv.|.ri'lt--e Ly H. ir A *.*?.o! itlnti.
(few-Jersey Oentnl Railroad suit at Ha 81 Hassan-si
Miiiiii.'iMnii Elevsted mit In Ceort of Common Plas*
Ilnrfi siiow tn Mi'fliftni Bqnare ('Hi-den.
General Con/rregattoniil Amata latlim lu I'llirrlm Church.
AiiiiuhI Tournamenl of Manhattan (Ti"itH (Tut),
lieimiilii'iii Mi.fn-me.iiiiu In fmspsel Bslgkls HuH.
Ilrnr.kl.rn. __ ??_ _
I! ntl'..l.ll Pt.ituc Cwnmlltee at Nn, 1 ri Broadway.
Natl..nil Inventors' Conventkm rn larrie Hall.
RepnbUean Aldermen's Cenventlon.
Lecture by Mr. 0*-4*anyan tn Utetawsy Hsu.
j m. Bora! lt's lie,..lin.--- iii Association Hall
KEW-YOKK CITY.
A _-*TViea in honor nf tho memory of William ?..
Dodge will lu* heh! in 8biIohPresbyterianCbaroh
(colon di t"-:ii"ii ov evening.
Collector Roherlaon feeterday received a {Ne?
pali h from Bei o tat v Polger ordei mis' the abandon*
ui.-nt of Joseph A. Donohue^ baggage upon tba
payment of du
Tbe Metropolitan club, whose hons,, tn at Ko.
833 illili -t v.* his elected D. -. Ritherband presi?
dent, P>. BussaK, treasure!: Henry Kohn, recording
secretary, and L. M. Whitehead oorresponding iee*
retary.
BAS) li vi 1. MW"-.
Tbe last same ol baseball ol the season will be
played nt the Polo grounds to-day, between the
New-York and Metropolitan nines.
* pam b os ma . v ii.*-*, or wo mk v.
The Rev. W. H. Ford, of R.klyn. read a paper
before the Paatoral I. asocial ion nt the Reformed
('I.n 11 hes, at (In- 8j in'11- mi mis a( No. li I \ >? ?
yesterday ou " rbe Education ol Women.''
I Ililli; AS I VI,.' |||N Al vt tv.
Prefeasor Nathan Shi ppard of tlii*-< tty yesterday
|<, mred before tbe Un pt isl Preai hers on " I bc
Ullin.in Martin Luther. " Ile said " Lnthet
au emotional rather than au intellet tual man. "
I vi I r-.. FROM v nilRI* .lo;., u IN HOW.
Mis. lin,|._-.-t Kelly fell from n third-story rear
** milli.*, ol Ko. Still East Thirty sixth-at. ? bile in
loxicated yesterday morning and waa hurt danger*
t.n.-lv.
AV .| ; 1 . -,,?,\ fl. WM! VU I ll".,..
Under the auspices of the New-Yt I li and the For*
. *i| in,, I A -.in i.ii ioiia, a prayt i un
was Iniii iii lin" liroadwa* ralH-rnacle parlors, al
Broadway and rbirty-fourlb-at., yesleruaj after?
noon.
i-*.i11 Kit or * oi-fif ;:.
Chailcs Glade, a retail graeei at No. MOTliird
ave.. iiiu.ic an a*-?iKnuient vesii-rila*, Ut John Wt I
sllU.-CU. ll*' li,Vt's ,iii-n-i.-.i. i s tm .. , ..I--- I", i
l.l ll li . ll. I Hoi UA I O'HA.
M. W. Ml : f t 1 he lau li.lil nt
cr, Hanuiui! At N reola, w hi ? sre in
, haa ii turned from
i.i, w here ne t ? - lu nh actina
pit'sidcnl .<! Ihe i\.."\\ ni Mining (Tunpit iy.
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.'? elk-'ll! V . Sn Itllllilte of (lie
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iiieetiugrf on Oil I
ll* ,,1 ,.|| Nil. li I*. I I *.
.lilf-l.i e \. bite, at tiif I.?
dai ? oom lo lur i< i eld nu <
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ansi \\|,i.nu r.i-uiiitl ul sWilldlinR li
ll . i retired Afizoua miner, out <-f .** ..non.
All ibe ,- i ..ii- *".i ie in ait. iidum i i.
Hi ba l ?'! Bp|w an .1 froi
uni.n, ami |iiuii..iiiv li.ni K'.ii'- in Ire Uud. li.'
piiaoui is a. ie in, i. inti him. i .a_? ii.
V*. .'.ss;,,'. i|l ?, ! J- -.11. pl Iii 1 |
II. li. ( liii! iii a i o. obtained Hum Ju .. ? limit,
in nie buprt tut i mit, vt li il, .m.-ni
? t.,. propel ly ol , luuk
luctun r, ul No. 4(J v. al
tuadi it i" ( li ?
? I.. i iu ibo cum ?-?- bi ba -? 11 i rial twt -
Ik line i lc- tl. leutlaut'a a ngillin Ul Un i.re got rd"
w i,i; i, thc niora, a
" **. .1 - ll situ l( ? ii| 1 ,.
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AN ol;rt,*iv -i i.i I IT POI.ICE II . ! .
A liii. . . I ' an. d old ii.an, ,v 1.n- n, nh ll
11,1,1 ? ,,.sin.s uinl a ,
,. ,i poi ult -I . ap, \.i i.i iii tt 11,j, ii iu i
Iii h.i.|,nun-is t.si., ami nuked i.. -.. tl..
Ki ?'('in. i*. lie inul.ie 11 'i.t ;. i ...ii und
lied . unls .rn wini ii tvi it pi inti ,| : ? ,
lieanl; or, buckskin Jim, Orcguu burnt." A cum*
ii saul that lo- ts an sta * xnu at Ihe ,-t. Nit ho I an
. bad . om* lo . i .. lurk lo " tte lin
ighta. '
UAH i ilKiiis M.ai: lyi. , \ -imi.
A -t r. .ul, -m. ; i ii aita noticed for several
blot . annul.I lie VU Hilly ul Imi aunt,, iliu.itl v* ,i\
iimi li__irty*eigiitb**t., ou Munday eveuiug. The
*"i"i a* -.I nt ron ? ii,ai "n..e lt it linn i,,,,,., -, ,,,,,!
l?ersoua ;,i u,i- i,, mu nit tn, i,,,i.,i,i,_. ' li,*
lllll.-.llll I' MUS Hilt ||l,Ul fif l.l. >. I.,, , ;,,,,, lt j? ,?..
lit '?. si is. hat. int ii s.,., j i,, ,, ....',,., |11(. . ,, IU.
iii in i * nun.? it iiipor_.ni. , i, , * .I. ai ti.t t i.sitiuii
lated Iii.il Iii. .-,.,, ll >.., aol um t,, _in lani!
ni tl.i- plmuhiug "i i in building,
1.-IIV1AIT H "I lill IV Vl.l , li... Ii i V l .
.'.' i iii. .-lin. ul Hu- .I,,un ( ,,.,,,, ,, ,, , ,,,, j ,, _, ,.,
lion I 'a-,. bi lu al i be I Narnia i ol i uuiint i.e,
"?' *, '.i ai i.i. bah i .. port( si ii.,u iuti prob il
I" ' atlt lulu,;: I li, li,nll.ii , |,m t ?.' ,,,,,,, |M. ..., omi
nu muan ami ,tio,ooti lu i no it.in, n?. liui'm.,.
(.tin tal ( f.* luann saul he would iiitrodui a .i
luiion hi tn- K.'.H.i ol oi... iuibu.,t reuucatius
tm- lin T'l "I AppOrtioUlUU il tll l,|, ,,,|,. ,,, Ul, ||
estimates foi n ikl yt xl ,-'..,ooo im ihe exjaii
I...ii ii..no., Hay. in committee will meet uguiu
un Muuu.r,,
,v la ... oi roM ii, iii rn ir. vi ,s.
United Metes t'oiiimianiuuei Mnelda yt-atertlaj
decided LO m.Ll lau., m H. I,v.in, who in cliargtal
iviiii oeiugoneof a bund ol poet oiilct Ibl-veH, lor
l.'ii.uv al lu l .nm-, in ul lui ti i.ii. .*i \, i.,| ,,| |". ,,,,'s
? muli,liiiou , have le sn .on * mi I,, t linn.-, ii, m.
"j.in Hadley, one ol the nunn, made u lull cou*
li-s-iun ul mc .-..in,, I.. . uuiiuii i. .1 i,, ii,mi. I
were engaged tn tim WoutlOiirj Hunk mi.inn.
Hadley wun aHuteuced n,iin years impriaom.i
lor i.uise Mi-aliug, biiTTSlaiieil Irom u,.- merill,
1,'Villl M ill,Ukin Wllil lull.,,;,. I;,, .New - Vhl|,,111
I'Ortl Oil!, e.
I I M (MAL ol \ NU! I v . , vi. ai un ure, ,,, 4TM,
Vealeiday wan tho tirst amiiveri*ary oj ihetlealb
"I Hi'- tint. I .m.. i I linlua i nu _ ,,,,,. ,,, 1|M. ,,_,.
Mst..nt priests ni St. ? lt pin .i ;;..,?,,? , ,,,,,,,,,,
' hurt ii, in i.a t i wi ul i ig,.th i. iu, |,,?|V
wini ii e..s iain inver unco tu ,?, , ctving vault rn
the i'.i-iiu-ni ot the cottrell, wan removeu nu tunis
"ll" lUO * ililli ll prOpt I illili il , unlit ll ..li ;?
. ..i.ii....i*ie iii i'i- ihe nani I.,.,,, railing. A
., n 'itt kui high ii,.i ? ton ki tehran xl un the
I ul tu. ilea . |;,v.
Ur. Edward :.;. *...-,.,.. ,, . ,,,',,,,,, i_,.
body v*a- i.n.. ii lol sivaiy i erne el v.
I.AIil.l. I."s*. ... li \,.| Ml s | ||(||
Thc New-York Life luatiraucei mupauy v.- tenlay
luau, tl, tiirnilKii Lull un ,\ \, lui lei,.-, ||_tU_),l_MNJ Ul
i i.. ne inul .I..,-i . Um Navarre, nu tue tour
Navarro huiMLiuga noa in courts .,i erection ou Um)
nu n i ii lilli iilliej "'li U'-r-1, ami i,,,i I,, sui,- ul i ni ,
eigniu-at., between butUi auti beveuth .. on. I,,,
saws lino Muni: months u^*t uegoiiaictl a loan ol
?ti.o.o.ouo wun tba Mutual Lue tu tue same per*
r-uiis un imii simiItr houses on the same streets aud
iii.n.iiii.iiii.i ad.ou.-ug, iiiu.s formmg a group ol
eigul iiuiueiiae apartmeut bwusea, covering i_'.i lee!
u street, t>i ni ti i ny mi,.
A IHMIioM Bl lilli i: t MtltlliK.
Mortimer Hamann, a youug man ul _ ., (| family,
v, im l,i_s i? ,-n . ,,,|i,u ., ,, ... ,, ii i :t i , ..n,,., ,? ii,,'
_>!? iiwi.iiiu iu.m. ii 11 -i un.I,-, \si^ arraignedyca
lenia.i by r..t Dui., in .-pi, im ..,-.., ,,??*. _eiore
t i.iiuiii.s-iniiei *nn,f.,ii-,on ,t inuine i,i rohbiug il.
mans, nc wa,, arrested at a late Dom un baiurda .
mg it, ami a Large number ol letters and poetal t arils
v ti I-- lt .uml ni lur. | ,,s., ,.si,,i,. Among luer-e vv_u, it
net ..*. letter uoutaiuuiji .ri _U that bad been .sent by
ll!,..-*!!,! .'tew I nu..-, .uni ll,ul VV .1- A, ,,,j ,..,?,.,' lu (_?
J .im y Lani (timpani iii Ait-Mii, ii. ?i-.tve. Ibo young
acgnowledg-d that be hat] mmctiuiea taken
sui.,1- letters thal luu lum intrualtal (f. lum uml
t"ui timm ap to save tbe trouble oi delivery, Ile
ilainm_>*by_ugstolenanj mvuey. He was bald ?'_
Commissioner Shields In bail to tho amount of
$'-,-00, which waa furnished by J. L. Stearns.
A HAP -"AB!. OF r-TKI'MOTHKIt
Chnrles H. Geddes, an,' -seventeen, with a clear,
honest face, wan arraigned befcfa Judge Gilder
sleeve yesterday, havini. pleaded guilty !**? ? charge
of netty lurccny. After tbe Judy.' bad COU?_**T__1
with thc complaining witness, he turned to tbe boy
and said : "It appears that two years ago Mr. vt
Witt, who waa anxious to help your faintly, gave
yon a check for |M), __rawn to the order of your
stepmother. Some ono yeisuadud you that yon
had a ri*_ht to nulorse lu-r name on it. and y<ni did
*n. A few- months n^'n vmir stepmother bad von
arrested. You do not appear to nave intended ta
commit crime, though you were technically guilty
of a grave offence. Von have nineo sheen employed
by a reputable finn, lt seems te be simply a Sad
t bbb oj stepmother. Judgment bi suspended."
BROOKLYN.
Deaths. 241] birth*, 190; marrlageB, 119last
week.
Kleven peiBMU were examined foi posttkmB as
carriers in the Brooklyn Post Office yesterday un?
der th.- Cu ij Service rule-.
The K.v. Elbert B. I'.,Her, jr.. son of the Rev. Pr.
Porter, of the Bedford Aveline Reformed Church,
returned home from Europe yesterday.
A anion charity ha-nr In aid af the aged widows
of seamen of ibis pori will be held in tue assembly
room of thc Academy of Music on Thursday. Fi iday
and Saturday of thia week.
A man calling himself Dr. J. Hunter bought lew*
eliy wm th ***.?(.ni. ou Saturday, of William Wise.
jeweller, al No. 230 Pnlton , aud gave iu payments
certified check upon the Pulton Hank, s huh proved
tn le-worthless. The cass was laid before tne i">
llte.
Boiler Inspector Pow..rt, m ho bad been lafoi med
that the limier in Loomis's mill on Sunday was
Itaiked after and insured by tbe fidelity
Cssualty Company, wbleb waa responsible for it,
received a let te i yesterdsy warning him thal the
company b id nothing lo do wHh the boiler.
NEW*JER8?Y.
Mai di tin.?John (hiiinis, ayounj fn.i' :, B hil"
loading a gun in his room on Suuilat afternoon,
ai I itl'iiiallv blots tbe top of bis bead on, scat teriug
pieces of brains and skull all about. Cbenora a i
tin- univ support ni bin widowed mother, whose
I.hui In Ulled.
Matawax.?The Rev. -I P. Nobles, of Atlantic
Highlands, charged with embe/.rliug money by Dr.
James II. Parrish, a former bind noss partuer.au*
nounoes ilmt he will sn,- Dr. Harri* for malicious
l? I-" uti. ii. It is believed hy Mr. Noble-.'* friends
that his bii-ini'.s : ave unsettled his mind,
and thal, at tinn-* be ia ban I ly responsible.
Ul ts.
l'.v 11 ii--, tv. -The sill, mill occupied i rently by
J, P. Mackay, wbo made sn assignment a t a
weeks ago, was started yt i rday morning under
Mr. Mu ri, a v's management. Ile i* uml. rstood to * -?
oiierating the works for Kimon bernstein, of New*
hnk, wh" bought the machinery at assignee's
sale.M.m.u .I. sa.ni/, lin- lad who waa Bcd*
dentally stabbed by John 'I'- rhum- a fi Hoe -
m.hi, nure twenty-four, in Reid A Barry's Print
u ,,i'.. .it [?_ mit. N. -1-. on tiaturd iy aft rn
died tn ni his unui.il mi Sunday.
.-I Vi I.N IKLAKD.
EnorwATtR.?John Daly and Joseph Pcndcr
iri.i-t. the principals, t barb's .Isshnssii, the umpire,
and VV. 1'.. Ilurdiug, one ot the bat kera in a tren ul
iirixe-figbt, wen examined yesterday ls
M. i 'ulloiigh. ??-.?vi t.l w [tnt ' lied thal th**
light was only a -.pan-inn exhibition, and tbe ac?
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Ll..'. ,|, I,, t I'. Il!l|.r.l. . VV'.tlllll.'l.,||. Sell,i.i Nil kel *,?,, ,i;?i
v . I.ttl *i. ?? . . ii'.-i.ui. vv ll un |Hirl v. Ilit-t-t, i-eitn
iaio.illi. I-. ' linl.iii , Wanui e. Ncw-Vorki I nulli* i, V.,..,,
Nen !,,u i pori
i i,- itsa ?!?? imii t h. tu Darla
hm iiMmik.'ii i i. u,,*?? i. si..um i?? i .nil/ (span), Larrt
n.if.i, ' tfuitut** .-, I il ,:- lloykll - -,| ,i, |,, -nt. ;
i , .,!? tl, m. .tm. , , \V 1 i ll *. i ink. I !. i .
UH , Mil. lull. Lil. i|.I- oi-ii Appollt, Kiwi I, I H.Villi nt.-; I)
ll Milli i. 11 toa i - ,.,,11,11
cn mu if uv, tnt -'j ArrtTitl, -I'.uiei Li|ii.ii.,i, ll lockier,
Lill.ll.ll l|llllH.
sail.-.l, ft* it lier Ku ,
Ni.sviii.ii nut, n.t.-j iTeiirit!. steamer Aihabanca tim, |
i.i% ? rpuoi
Alu,. I.,--, n ?Suilnl, ali ain, I l.'iiii Kiar, Im Nos lurk
A lill'.III.''el..''ll' '
l.l Mi tailL. 's l'l TM I Ml Cg,
I.ii IU a\l M am t n ll mi I. 1.,t_.
?
III.MM A. Damkis, M. 1)..
114 i.txiiiKiitii live -t-twern JBthaad- !h-ata
iltiiii-. *t i*. I i'i" Mei *...?, -i stem.
"..lilt-, i iuiiii> orionm. |iii|ki!.ii, ,, mni m,*iiluv.
?
" I hav-f naed Ifnrlick-s Food for Infanta and
H ak lt ran ir.nni. iii. mu tloularljr f iraillpnt In t-a-M'ti ol lu.
mntl.e iii.mint a, i tm:, ra uilatitniii. rte." I'i i'l lliini, M.
ll. I'ill nj If I.,li -I , llii.ni m. Mann. |l,?,k '*ll lu allin lil ,,{
t !,iiiii i li ni ni lie.. IL,il,, kn l-'i m. , I Lu.. L.uiiie, VV ls. ..Mflii.
?
Si INOIMO, in it nt ion. inll.Tiiiiiiiiiion. al] Kidney
Anti 1 I 1 Urti 3 I -Iill.|..illli'n, I III l-l t,y " Iel, lui L.tllil." tl.
ff
sitiei* boyhood I iMsve been troubled with
('aim i li un,', lia, I , ,, i. an I . 11, ! .. n n. I.t , f ii pa-1
man, m I..I.-I nulli 1 u?.,| l .) s ,.. an. Lu,, lt baa i-urul
atv. L. L. (.lu h.! .1. ii, -N'H uni..-sn . N.J.
The Success
Walch has attended the nso of Hood's ??raap?**'-*? ?"?
runt, na In makins HM a-*orti<.m (la tertna tUilt cannot bo ...i *
tintlergtofKl) tkat, In thia artiele. wo have a coinBlnati-.n or
v.. .t iiii,. mmll, bul agsats peculiar to it-w-f anti not BBS-MSB
i,,---. othercompound, r<.r purify ian, vltaUr,lm<ami -Drift.,
mg Ita biooti/rcatlru. an sppeute. festering snd ???<'-?*-"*'**
whole syatem. frs_ii,*-tt|ig scrofula, and curios all ^--esses
sri-lng from an inipurn state of k?w coudlti<i"i of tho Mood.
UfllM .viTXE**.*-.:-*
F Il.rinkham, c.llttir NVwrimrkot (N n.) Artvocota*. wrlt-r-ti
- i asea taksa tsar -solassi ii.xnt'a .ian?p.?riu_ tin- ??"_)*??
uml lt li itu ilniif" mo (tooti."
"Tho ftsosflrlsl tiBlitts from HtnlftSjaisssartllB u*m*Msa
more apfeily ttniii riniii any otber preparation of thc kimi.' ?
K. G Wootlmau. Wlttoa, H. ll.
" If people want a nutllclne to go all throiiKh 'em, sud
wake'em up, tel)'cm to take Hood'a biirtaparilla-KMenian
N. lin by, Merttllth Village, N. H.
Nu if-ntinitmlala ure publUh by na that uro not irenulne anil
BBBSBt No inittli* sf Bootra .sarsaparilla is made ISMS*
nnrter our own pernuna! saper-Msa. The nick may rely upon
hu linui.*t iimi Stf-rtSSSMS tneilliTiie We citnnot apeak with
tm* snsagsssaiaassof thswssslsrfBlpswsrsI nomi'* aaraa
p ii ilia, vt lien mi nr'.iiv rnrea have been reported, anti no uinoli
h.ippliii *?'--i'i' --' I <>y tlit-tti win. have been eun.il by Ua two.
IIOOIlS ?i A KS .PARILLA
Frepaittl sal* liv'' I. Hoot! * To. Apothrfrtrii"". tmWOto,
Maa*, rvolil by irafglsts. Ons: ilnllur ? bottle ; six lor *5.
MM-. Ol KIM OAT**.
WE HAVE PLACED IN THE BROADWAY FEOWT OF
oftl If.HM It WINI.' W A DIBPLAY OB MliN'** TINK
OVERCOAT* TB AT WE wm ll i.ikk ro HA Vg IEEE
BY EVERY INT KM.IN., in ,".. HAM R OF an EX PEN
-i i WINTER OVERCOAT im I'M-: ARK UOT A KKW
BF ' IMI ?- ul' HIK MANY OARVEMTfl ol' Tills
ITO Bl t 'I'M I'ro.V MIK TABLE* IN*
-slur TBE WINDOWS WOULD NOT li Ko IN lo ion
IAIN ul lill. RETIRE VAIUI.IY Of
SATIN AND 8ILK-LINED COATB ALONE.
WE HAVE READYOV1 lEDRU-TH OF ALL
(IRADRH, Bl I MU. LI.'.'K Ili.Vl.l, COM EM PI BUT,
iiln. E v. I. ARE MARINO T1IIH I A I.K lo lill. MJ-..N
WHO l vIl.oL.lMi HOI
Wt KNOW Tl torn OF OUR MT01.K ano ali;
Mri Al lt vin I I A.-K YOUR CRITICAL foftl'A L.I-"N
op . nu uni? i ?? in.ni in aurra and
with CUSTOM WORE AH lol'. Fl
WE BEAT MUM ot'T OF -n.il l"; IM FAI 1. WE
MIO Ul CALL Ol it-J.l A i. ? . in " JAY L.VK.-L.'. " OB
i UK l Ko. KIN'. I .'
.-.I .vt ',!:!.. il I ii IX) THE MARK ON FINS
ILL MUM).
AND WOULD I.I KL TO INTERVIEW YOU ON HHIRTS
".w i au. it* kw KA lt. OLOVKM, .Sc
!i v I - _ND ? is- ? I. ? _ ["OO, AND DO JC1 PO ROBT II
? i ttl HIM) NiAVs ?? I*, ki \|.y
IAILINO I ' Pl l.-o.V- KL- I DINO KI.M.W Tll'-ltM.
WBO Will TO ORDER CLO Ml INO, I-T'I.M*-ll I Nf,.**,
HA BOB Hill [EN AM) BOYM Jim' DROP
I A I'i ..tl AL.
Rogers, Peet &
i LOTH l>. UAT? lefDHIIOBS,
.-,(,<; :>ir, uno tm. t\.
OPPOHI11
: EL.
Pa
\J\Ji
PY/EMIA
I* die moat virulent forni of blot t1-*v.f*niv
? i - la -s -|.lily fal il. bul not less car*
talnlf ff. 1-* Ibo vi!i.itiiiti of tbe blood of
win. !t iii., first symptoms sro Plmplee,
Stirs, linlN, anil Cutaneous Krup
lions. When tli-* Mint "i (scrofulagives
rv u mi ti 'i t it* i' t*i -I nee bv nu.'ti indications,
, ?? shou -I be los! In u?ing AYl n's
Sarsaparilla, the only perfet t sm] tell*
in- .li. in.- for tbs ptviflcstioa of lbs
blood.
SCROFULA
T< n friu' corruption In tbs bl.I t-..it rott
cut nil thf machinery of life. Nothing
will eradicate lt fruin tho system snd pre
Mut i'n transmission to od-pring bul
Av i ls (Sarsaparilla. 'lin- piepara*
lion ls slso tl.nlyone that win cleanse.
tha Mood of Mercurial poison mid tb.
tulnt nf Contagions Pisceses. Ii_.n-vi.r
l'h. il Mo* ,l in productive of
AN/EMIA,
A wrrtrboilcondiliun imii, ;u, il br l'alliii
(-kin, I'liit-.-lii H usc les, *.ti-itf*T.-'t
Nervea, snd Melancholy, Hs int
symptom* sra Weakness. 1-niRuor,
MM*of Nerve Force,anti Mendal l>t'
JAction. Itn course, unchecked. I'nil
mviLitiiv- t*> Insanity >.r death, wonien
frequent ly ? ntl. r from if. The univ imili
t noi ilmt, while purifying the blood, en?
riches lt with ilw vitiillty, aad Invigorates
lin- w im!.' system, li
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
FREFARI l> UV
Dr. .1. C. Ayer at ('.>., Lowell. Muss.
Sold by nil ilruolsts. Pries i-i;
. mx bottles for io.
X\m ?(-%? *R_
RAOWAY'S READY RELIEF.
?l-ril-n AND PREVENTS rOUOHU, OOLD* fOUE
THROAT.BTIFF M-CK. DIPHTHERIA, INKH'KNZA.
I ,,i lii'.'itliit-lii", vvln-tlit-r ?i.k ur n.*i .him, tO-thaelMV rt"..rial.
? :n lui V .nihill---.. .I nl.n.pl.anniHr,, lliillllllltlnln, I llllllill<ii,
minn mni tr*__-Utt-_ tn tin* Back. -.Dirt- ?r ki.ln.v-, |i.uiin
.ri.ltnd Hi li*'!. plfOrt-y, Nwlllrt/ ut tiir* 'nlrif-i pulns Iii tli*)
?, il. Iii uti,nu* mni I'linm .il itll -tm!*-, (liailw-v'n llf.nlr
Iel,, I Mill IkBu 'I llll'.ie<ll,.|.' fies,., .,,,1 Un fl,111 I llllt'tl linn Inr
, || i __a] s .Ul I t .1 |n 1 111.Uleltl f tll'f.
uii\\\vss\iiii\i,\iiiLLn\iii;siii.ii;\T.
a iitir.Mi TO -vr.KY L4DV.
t.Ivlu ,i*:ii 'Mn and iii'iuitiJiii complexion.
I'm-,* lil.I iii iktm -.*'>i.*l tli-nl., ntr- na bonti.I . ? i' r ukin.
f y.i.i vvn,ml Into )..,i ii.-nli linn, mni vtntf i'iinl'l>"-l"ii l.ilr,
m..
K ADWAYrn^tft-AI'Allll.l.lAN RI-mOLVKNT.
No m.illii liv v.li.tf linnie flit* riimjilKllit BM] BS
v,i,-il. ScrnfaU > ? ;i-nin|,ti,,ii., sviilnim, uictars, Btirea,
pt lu* ni Hitit hlifiii.i, ilisfjiMi * iif Ulta
l.nii/.'n, lt',i!n- '*n. Kim..1.1, W.ind. -skin, Liver, i-itotnach ur
Iii.tti-ln .-ltli.-t elli*iiiii-<>r fiiimtitutliiiiiil. tilt* virnn *s( Ibu U_U*
i-?nf In in Hie Ll i H. ivlililii IpDllff thi* wnnti* :iliil Inn ila
. n ,ii . ih, .. likiuiii uuil ta autis ni UastMoof tin' tyOUtm. tl i*>*r
Liutllf.
MAI ALIA CURED ill Uri wurst (.inn*.
Rai-v-iy'-; Raiulatini Pilli
If'Kitiitly i "itfml. fur thu cure n( iii! illa
n .it-r-t,,(tiii* st.iniiit h, lit.i, u. tai'in, kitiii.y itiiutti.T. malaria
.ilium (..i'm., neil.m.diamant *, buan-tctl** ounnttpaUou,
iMtivfiiesn, ImllKintion, ilj>|>t'li-ln, bniousnt*-w, till! ni ' ft", er,
ml un',Killen Of Iht. ti>.tarin PH n ;,!i.l .ill ileiiin'ftnt'iit i n( Ula)
o unit BB CKNTH PER HOE. Mild hy tail tlniirnintn.
OPERA-GLASSES.
TIFFANY & CO..
Union Nquarc, - .Wur-Yorlf,
in anticipation ol' I Sic Opera *ea
son. hate ijiipoi lt.4 an iiiiiimi.i1
stock of Opera i.lr.sses which
they oder at the I ol lou ing
prices.
Illa.'k mon ni inc leather
ivvei-iiig, . . 95 lo til.
Cilll motin I in tf, lontli.-r
. tk\tii.i-_. . . $9 to fl 9
Calla mounting anti motlier
ol* pearl, . ... t-l-i to $10.
t!iiiiiimiiii liitnim, . *'->'*. lo gJt).
Ol lt. i - ii. Jil v decorated,
aioo to f moo.
?Sole a?cntw for ? hcvallicr aud
Voigtlaniler flmets
LADIES' FURNISHING DEPARTMCNT.
I'litlli nml Killin.titl.Ti'il .Ii|i*i-i Hslk. RMSC
Duwil. Donlili* Quiltf.1 Hilk. anti Bl flirt*
Wrappen* LoacCta_ftsrs>M un I Emsaarfcsl
Casts for Misses. l'nn? .ni their own bmm
fin-tnrt" in Mt-sr*^' sn -f m.il Basques. Intsats*,
Mi .f- ..mi i..i.n. s'l'mifi aearlngn atva_rlsf_f.
JjtoaAvttii OK3 \i)wM*
?rn tt
MUSICAL CASKET.
tr ITB EVERVTHI.ta
ANYBODY ?'AN' FLAY IT.
Till I AT 1 *-T IMPROVED ORUCIEBTTE.
.N.. KMOWLEOOR ol' MUMU REQ0IE1 U.
FIUI BB, BB, t<\ *?:. Ki, V.' AM) |I0.
Ml BICAL BOERS, (Me, ARO Ll'.
MUSICAL TOFU, TB*
rm: WONDERFUL BIKOIMO DOLL ISM VXD CF.
Al>o a LABOR VAitlii i OF
Mt -If vi. NOVELTIES
mnStl-BSi t ataiiM-n s -i :,r i i, ,? . n vp Ut Itlon.
THE MECHANICAL ORGUINETTE CO.,
-:u uno VDWAY,
I'..t. l'-th .in.l IMh nt*., NI BM (MIK.
ir
& BOYNTON CO.,
Formerly Ri harden, Boyiton & 'o.,
MFRS OF ONLY FIRST-CLASS
FURNACES & RANGES.
rytm ABLISKBD 184B.I
23T2 & 234 Water-st.
Same Address lor 19 Year*-!.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED
HERE WE ARE AGAIN!
HORK SI CCEMVtTL THAN KV KR.
UV uri- Dova nuiviiKTtl ihiif m. iii.'itliTn? SfRBlB I * ? I
l.ll I't.i. I.ivkk I'll !_h mtlio flirt* nf ill irs.iihn m t ausml t . I'.r.
pltl I.ivt r uinl ta Hill 0118 Habit ThSf ISttSTS ttinn." vt lin t .at t.,'l
uiut'll. anti alv*. mi a).|)t>lit<> tn tli.ini* wini SBBBSI BBB. A pull*
to.* inri- Sse Bisk UsaSacht. CaasUa-Has. ayantnjnm, tot,
Nom* tu. Htiinll. Nono so onay lo tuko or f|iiifk to nTiovt>.
P.ir**ly wgrfat'lo. Nu pxiTK'.txg p.nn or anplng- Ono or taro
pilla ? done, rii, o _!5 t-t'iita. Sold by ail Dnmiftriu.
SPENCERIAN
M'l'l-.KIOE Tl T. . J ? w"-'- ?*"?' ''' '"?,""*'
ItS ll Jb N' srKBt
Blue Black
tVHITlMJ
toot, ?
oombbbbb maaa Ks*
f un nain:
fluidity,
AND ti *1 ;.,"-; v. ?-., loloritnil
' I IE H Dm ubini. .
corvnra B| y| W
l*y Hold by all ritatlsiufis Al
IVI*><>\. III.AKI.MAN, TAILOR A (()..
TM AND 70". iuioadwaY, N. Y.
POWERS & WEIGHTMAN,
MAM i Ai rCBING CHEMISTS,
Hil II.AHI l.l'll IA.
RBW.YORE OFFICE-M MAlDKNl.ANi.,
f)ff..r to Iii** Wlt.ilesalo Unix Tnulo tanti th uso valio buy IO
nihill.RT HtliUilltlr-s, tn ii.-i-nl t III* nt ul
i il I. ML vi.** Ms,li,iii.il. lTintiiarapliii", and for tho Arts
In, In.lliii. QCINIA. i-tinitnito A. * tilt.-. llmuiM.'. SSS HOI
PH IA, BalahSM .*T;.t.', lir.iiiil I.*, sta OIHCHOEIDIA
I'lMTloMA, I alniin-l. iTirroslvo Siil.llinato. roTA*-**!!'**
I*nll,t,*Hii.1 Ili.i-ini!.*. >Ttr!o iin.l Til IBS ts nnttt. Nitrite M * or,
H.i!|ilinilf, Mm Lill.* ift.it Nitric A. lil. I tf s*. ni sUltn, Mil*
Viii.il, Cltltirtifiiiiii, MuK!it?f<U ral. mini Hoavy. BUmitt'- prt*
p.ii.tti.iiin. Miry, Imlit. -ni.pinn lil ll thor, eto. _
GRANULE,
TIIK AMKK1CA.N 1UU-.AK1A-.T UUL _
('..tik.nl in il..- ii.inuit e. ts.slil by nllfrtvort
RoyalKKS
ABSOLUTELY PURE.

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