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SELECTION'S FROM THE MAIL
THE CU SK IS MO MYSTKI'Y.
ORIGIN OF THE BUSINESS DEPRESSION TO BS
FOl'ND IN' THE I!M.C!:ATI- WAU
ON" pnOTl'.'.'TION".
To The Editor of The Tribune.
Slr The Democrat* anil Muewumps have wildly
?..-.. the nlr in thc endeavor to fiii'tib-h every
n toTl BB. rBTSl one for the National piang.
STJS prosJeW imo kalenea. .
i noe the Cleveland OOM I SSS .St cane Into power.
"v.eith,.r the Democratic Administration nor thc
tarilT had anything to -lo with bringing about tba
"'lent situation." said a prominent l>emoc,at Bot
o"g since. "What Has dine lt." said a Iteptil, -
c-,n "The ml-ierds of th* Republicen party.
Ls th? replv. "Such as what for esamplel
"Wliv. the Treasury was overflowing when OfSSST
Cleveland went out. BO* lt ls em;iv. '
?p.ut thc money flowed In under RaaaWeaa rule.
and the Democrats damned us for tbat-eaytng Mal
S accumulation was a lacaacs ta tin- Bcaatry.
vvt. then silent some of lt and tiny damned us foi
Ihad Thev elected a Democratic Omgrei.s who
?vv'ii.'t us one better.' i.r.d spent not only 8 billion
ant BtaattalTH more, and they damned us for tiwi
The fact is the Democrats diann Hie RepobtKSBS
Uh.n their clothe* do not flt them.
"True, large sums were expend, d under Repub?
lican rule, but the inflow was large. ****** IB*
advent of the Democratic Administration boslnass
has been crushed, the inflow lias proportionately
erased and a state of things has came about with?
out parallel since James *B*aet*BBSS'S disastrous
\rlmlnistratlon before the War. What produced
financial disaster at that time was a Democratic
Administration with its Free Trade principles.
"Let us seo If tho cause of tb* present ruinous
situation cannot be traced to the Bast* Boor**,
without any needless groping among profound
iny?teries for an explanation. Suppose you were
a Democrat, a Republican, a Kl.ll Islander, or
H Hottentot, but you were in this country as un
importer. With the full knowleJge that the Demo?
cratic partv was placed In power on the express
promise that the tariff should bl smashed, and with
it*, further threats since coming into pawer that
lt would do it at once?would you import'."'
"No: frankly, 1 should not."
"tAell, that ls what all the Importers say, *o
that branch of business is flt a large measure
stopped, and one stagnant Industry td accounted
fer."
"But If Instead of being an Importer you were
a purchaser of American goods from American
manufacturers, would you send your orders to the
milla and pile up your shelves with goods.
"No; I am free to say 1 should not."
"Well, that is what all the purchasers have
said-anil they long since stopped tnelr orders to
the mills, and that accounts BW stagnant industry
No 2.
"The manufacturers in their turn Bay, 'It all the
Jobbers think they are going to lie down on US
snd that we shall till our storehouses with goods
at the present high American wag.-.- and amit
meir plea-sure until the cra>h comes they are
much mistaken.* The looms have accordmgly been
stopped and the mills closed. This accounts lor
staanati'.n No. 2"
The thousands of operatives whe> filled the mills
and were told to vote the Democratic ticket against
a tariff which was mace ty enrich the employers,
while lt robbed them, now lind themselves In the
streets facing beggary for the first time in over
thirty years. Their power to purchase has beni
crippled or stopped, and the smali dealers who sup?
ply their wants view with dismay tbe approach of
inevitable ruin. Th" savings bnnBS, bankers, doc
tors, lawyers, farmers and traders of every descrip?
tion have been hit like a row of bricks, because th"
masses have nothing to do. Paralyato has reached
every industry along the line, and nothing mote In
|S* mattel- of stagnation ls left lo be accounted for.
ls there anything about this widespread Idleness
and distress that cannot be explained upon th ? sim?
plest principles of cause an.l effect? ls there any
mystery about lt?
The ordinary stock phrase of former time;, "f...-.*
of confidence." which was employed when :i panic
like a cyclone storied from nothing and devastated
the business world with its deatructlve whirl, dees
not Ht thc present ouse. The situation w;is long
ago clearly foreseen and publicly predicted by ire
Republican pres* and by public speakers throughout
t.'ie eampnBBB of lust fall Over and over the results
nf putting anti-taiiff m"n In charge of the U iv
ernnjent wen- accurately and truly described. Bul
'.ie Democrats and political economist! of th* col?
lages ami their Mugwump disciples s.u.i it nraa
ail untrue.
What was prophestod has not onlv come to pass,
but it has come flnoair .it'd with mote ti ruble
severity than the moat pessimistic Imagination had
conceived. The threats to destroy the tariff by the
Democratic party produced entire conviction with
t'ne peopl.' that it would be done, lt has always
been "the party of destruction." and it has held
faithfully to Its traditions since the Ith of March.
"Ixiss of confidence" has no proper application to
the present situation. There can be no loss of a
thing which never existed, and there has never
been a particle of confidence in the Democratic
party In the minds of tkajj-snaloritv of the mm
who conduct the serious business of this country.
The remembrance of the stagnation and Ui'nk
runtcy following the same line of policy with i>
Kart to the tariff thirty-three years ano under the
Democratic Admini'-'ratlon of James Buchanan,
and tb* specimen examples since of civic and State
Democratic blundering and misrule had produced
the absolute conviction with thoughtful men that
ruin would again follow th- advent of the Ih mo
craMc party tu power. Whether those apprehen?
sions f..r the future, which war* basi 1 upon pnsl
experience of the incaoaclty of that party wera
va rmi: ted or not. the behavior of the Democratic
Congress of 1KW and the present direful condition
of the country will amply attest.
Providence, R. 1-, Nov. 'iZ. 1893. C.
THE MONADS DOCTRINE OCT OF DATS,
Ti the Editor of The Tribune.
Br: Will you kindly answer the following po
litlcal conundrum: If Grover Cleveland is so vary
anxious to assert the "Monroe doctrine" in not
allowing the restoration of the monarchy In Braal]
or elsewhere on the American Continent, why is
it that he overthrows the action of the late Re?
publican Adminlatratlon in restoring his "great nnd
good friend." the yueen of HS wall? Also, will
not thl:4 "pi-eat and good friend" defeat Um aim
of the Republic by placing herself under the pro?
tection of threat Britain or Oeimanyf "If any man
baals down tho American I!ag, shoot him on Hie
spot!" How times have changed since the Con?
federate Government got Into Mirari
JAMES H. HEWING ER.
Alexandria, Va., Nov. ll, lKr".
SITE OF THE RATTLE OF HARLEM PLAIN'S.
To the Editor of The Tribune.
Slr: Laet evening I was called on by a fellow-mem?
ber of our Society of the Sons of the Revolution,
who wanted information relative to the Betti* of
Harlem Plaina, where, he said, he was appointed to
unveil a tablet. He said lt was to be mn gs
Eleventh-ave. and One-hundred-and-lifty-tlilrd-st.,
and I told him lt would be ridiculous to do such a
thing, for the battle did not come within a, mlle
and a half of that jiolnt, and moved away two mlicH
in the other direction. My engagements will not
permit me to go to seek thc author of this piece of
culpable ignorance. If I knew him, so I seize a mo?
ment to send you a linc thereon.
The engagement where '"olonel Knowlton was
Billed and Major leitch wounded, on September IS,
1776. began below Point of Rocks, Munhattanville.
they fell |n Morningside Park. 1 cnn show nearly
the spot. The enemy were pursued over Vande
waters Heights to the liritlsh outposts and head
tiuarters. at Jones House, on the bunk of the Hud?
son, near Ctae-bundred-and-seventh-st.
The baltic which occurred ul th" point Indicated
was two months iater. When Manas waa attempt?
ing to defend Fort Washington he detailed Lleu
u H1."?K(Co".om'! '^robert Cadwalader. of She '? Phil
aueiprua Regiment, about m men. with one 18
pounuer, to the line of defence on the ko.nb Lord
ire?n.?!,mc up?from b<,low with > ?r**) BngHsh and
Hessians, and Colonel Sterling with the &l Highs
!?i^ ?^d ^? ?>uttailons of th.- Second Brigade
fCSSlrJrt H?rIpm Uiver UI1(J C(im? , |ht v,
L\lei-nf)?*CTh"n4rt'--"*><l-?'ty-?iXtJj-:-l. to Ult I'mlWul
aSer off. The latter detailed Lenox, Edwards and
ZESLlm? fu!" *'or,'e Ht ?hc*top of the bili: the.,.
2S&S3 .b>/ -h-,, r*<'"c-'0*>. outflanked and out!
i , 'Km * "J n?n.1 and warned that Sterling w.is on
,?,~'.-ni ??#'''? *V.ut h,m ?*? ??adwaiaier i
traated to the fort, which soon after surrendered.
our society was established for the preservation
E*. tKi1.SeJ'Ver'1<Jn of *'??<?>. BJld though 1 believe
n tablets I say lesa harm would be done by erect
jig one in Carmansvllle to mark th* Battle of Lex
ngton or forktown, for that would not deceive or
lead astray. RICHARD HI'M-v ciV'-vr
.New-York, Nov. 21, 1893. ***** tMmmnm.
MEN'S OBJECTIONS TO CHI.RCIIEfi.
To the Editor of Thc Tribune.
Sir: The statement In your Issue of November 20
In regard to the comparative attendance at church
of men and women, and your editorial notice of lt.
Invite comment. The statement Man* to n-rute
Its conclusion that non-attendnrce of men ls due to
tock of Interest In rr'iglon, for lt nhows that in the
Catholic Church men attend as numerously as
Women. Why ?.jch a difference In ProtSBtSBt
churches? Here it is not more than on" to live.
1 have made wide inquiry among men. and will give
yon the result as nearly as I can. In general I have
found great Interest in the aubject and extensive
independent reading and study, with an almo?t
unanimous conclusion that the churches require
vastly too much in the way of belief. With Roman
Catholics, the mai..-; of whom belong to the lesser
educated classer,, this consideration doea not count,
and lt la part of their religion to believe Implicitly
what they arc taught.
L*t me state a little In detail bobm objections
which affect various minds:
One ls that there arc forced upon their worship
three fictitious and imiglnary Oods-a Oreek inven?
tion?while Jesus Christ recognised and taught only
Another ls that many of thc prayers offrr.-d im?
ply conceptions of God which a'/ie present tim- han
sutarowB. snd. in general, that lt lr, ivor . tl:: n
assieaa to offer prayers which call for any yurlu
' tion of ar interference with thc orderly operation
of natural law. . _ ..
Another, that Dil chureb** Insist that thej consU
lute a small family of saved, nnd thnt there ia na
salvation without acceptance of their dogmas, prac.
lie- of th.-ir rites, and partaking ol meir sacra?
ments; tliHt it is on I) bj coming within the bargain
I between Christ and Oed fur the purchase of souls
i bv blood ihat then is any salvation. The service
' rays lt la by "Wood alone/1 that there le remission
! of sin. christ told the young man who appii'i to
Him for the condition of eternal Mle thnt it lie
"kepi tbe commandments" he could enter int..
, Mfe, and Bald nothing anywhere BbOBi n irlnity or
creed pr blood or sacrament. . - .. .
lie also said whoever, white or Mack, bell-vcr or
unbeliever, Jew, Mahometan, m.ddhlst or Christian
. whoever did thi sill of the Heavenly rainer,
which again tbs Ten Commandments expressen.;waa
his "mother, sister and brothel"-that ls. whether
consciously or not, were In sympathy wits mm
and arith His purposes. Again, winn He portrayed
I His vision of luOgment, ihe basis of spproval pr
condemnation was no) the acceptance ol creen*.
b.-:i.r in miracles or partaking of -Murrami nts but
I fulfilment or disregard of the law 01 brotherly
love, which he had declared. _. ,
Believe me. the educated and thoughtful nun r.r
ths time, who are studying these loins*, will In
, r v. r tmri" rs and less and h ss admit these claims
of thc churches, and will mi re snd more stay out
I side as long as they are Insisted on. On* thing
! more: Thev have reached the conviction that, so far
I as the evidence goes, Ihe existing universe ls the
1 renull of orderly evolution, In wW** lhere has be?a
mi break or miracle, and that Oed never has d-nit
v.th mankind except under and Ibrouah natural
tow < ?NE OF THE MEN.
Waahtag-toa, l>. c., Nov. --. I***
READING FOR THE INDIANS.
To the Editor of The Tribune.
Sir: or." vin. last Bummer WSS tiSstsBg an Ind?
ian school ea B Montana reservation writes: "I
wa* st anding bf lbs front door one mornlnp
winn th* BupetintendSBt came down from the
postoBVce. There wus .i general rush by both boys
nnd girl-' to meet him. and he was greeted with
erl** of 'Oh. afr. B?. ara 'here any new papers?'
'?'ii the picture pspers conic." 'Shnll we have
paper* for Sunday-school to-morrow'." And a
gem ml wnll of disappointment went up when they
found li" bsd returned empty-handed. The next
day I went all about the grounds after Sabbath?
s' 'hoid and found HUI* Indians, and big ones, too.
sitting around la corners en benches on the ground
In the shade of the low imii.Units- for there are no
trsaa reading oM BTundsy-ecBool papers that had
baaa aral to them by some Eastern school, and
that by these Children had baaa read and reread
aatU tiny were dropping ta pltaaa, And when
the papen moto tVOfB m't. the children cut out the
ptcturea and made scrapbooks for the very wee
or.".- "
A superintendent of one of these Indian school*
writes: "To say that lb* periodicals are apprss
flated nnd thoroughly enjoyed and digested puts
it mildly indeed. They partially Bil the great n.-e,i
of our school. If our friends In the East could
seo how Maerty our children look forward to our
evening for reading nnd picture study, they cer?
tainly would send us books, pictures and papers.
Every naas 1* used."
"<n:r chis are fond of story reading. If the
-?tories are simple and easily understood," writes
?coiner. "Wo Bead baseballs," says another,
"footballs, games for Indoors, dissected maps,
pictures for ornamenting the house, books for
children. Bibles aad Testaments to give to the old
Indians for their very atm."
The need of one of tlc se Indian schools ls the
need of all, "As a man thlnk'-tli. BO i* he." To fill
the eyes of thee Indian children with picture*
of tb* triumphs of Christian I ivllizatiun. and their
minds with the BBOWMdga of IB* outside w..iid.
ani their baaita arith stories of tba awaetaess
of linnie life and the pursuits aad pleasures of
whit.- children is i,, set between than and lb*
old reservation life iii- barriers of Intelligent
thought and blah aspiration. And the returned
student.! win. have followed lh* white man's
way lu ililli- .-(iio.il lives and then have 1.tl sent
bach t" ti" reservations, poor, half-educated and
defenceless to fight, empty-handed, a battle that
IBB Whole force of lh* I'nited States bas lint
been able t> win- In regard to these young people
tin- question ls rn.; merely, "ought we t" belp
them?" inn, "How can we desert them?" They
need strong and constant evidences thal we have
aol forgotten them. And these evidences are Ibe
openings into a stronger heh. to all who want lo
become eeif-supportina .iii/.'ns. an interest lo
lend them Into work and American opportunities
This department of Indian Libraries snd Indus?
tries hopes lo iii ?.'.:? well iii' reading rooms of
i's eighty sdi.mis. to aend reading lo ins returned
Indian students nnd lo establish rending rooms
uiion every reservation whare Mich ? thins ls
possible, to brina people win. n"- Interested In tins
Murk Into communication with those who i.I
their interest and help, to arouse more Interest
in the work by making a path for the forlorn
young Indian to the white mans life and oppor?
tunities.
.Magazines, papers and bonks, both those that
ha\e been re.ol and those fresh from the pub?
lishers, who through this department have given
most liberal rates for this work, ar.- needed
bv the | Boaga bos And not only reading i* needed,
Money als > is needed t'. Secure the addresses to
keep up the nee*Beary correspondence which re?
quires clerical help. etaUonery and stamp*. No?
where mora than la ihe wort* of this depart?
ment cnn the givers learn personally th.- pleasun
that ttnir contributions nive and the good that
they do. Please Bl nd offers of books, magazines
Hud papers?not these themselves?end money for
this work to EltANCES ?' SI'AKHA WK.
Chairman Department Of Indian Libraries and
Industries, Women's National indian Association.
Salisbury Point, .Mass.. Nov. It, 1881
tattooing; a GUARD AGAINST FRAUD.
To ta* Editor of iii- Tribaae.
Slr: The colossal frauds perpetrated in COSIMO
HOB with thc recent elections, only fl small part
.( which, bowaver, ls aeaattety knows, plainly
show that the means at present avstsBBM for th*
detection and |i -v-i.tlon of crimes against th*
ballot tue tidally liMdcouat*, aad everywber* la*
helpless admlBSBSI is made that if the cb .tims
had only been fair the pluralities, larg.- as they
actually were In most cas-s, v.i.uli hBVB le- n
astonishing. As tliis state of thin.,-* is ft.uigl't
with the grave*! laager* io the tatars, i beg i"
praaeai th* following sdi.-m.- throaujli tb* columna
of The Tribune, which is always al rt to champion
nay cansc looking tn tn* proteettoa of ibe peo?
ple's rights, and I submit, thal ii* adoption would
Inaugurate a "one man, on.- vote" era lu fact a -
well 88 In name.
B?ery person dBstroaa of exercising the righi "f
suffrage would, nader my fljrati iii. le- required to
apply to a district eflcer, alected for the purpose,
who would enter tb* applicant's name, and tattoo
upoa bat arm ii Baaaber dtotlnci for cacti indi?
vidual-the asia* ind number to bc traaamlttcd to
.; c. altai bsnau at W*u*atnctoe, ts bs iher- ri -
corded. That it would ba futile u,r any persoa
to *oek to be recorded more Dian onie is evi?
dent for the number tattoo, i upon his arm would
betray any such attempt. Wheney, t au election
was to ba li-ii thoa* preta ming themselves for
t.!'i?trallon on the appointed days would BS re
qulred to exhibit their number* previous lo tlnir
bein-; Mitered, and the completed lists containing
the names and numbers of ah persona registered
would be sent lo Washington, where the numbers
w.iul'l I..- marked off as having registered in .such
and such districts
If any number, say BaJM it, should register In
several districts, it would be forwarded to washing?
ton from each of these districts, but ?* n num?
ber could rightfully be forwarded from one dis?
trict only, the attempted fraud would thus be
discovered and proper means taken lo apprehend
the offender.
I'nthlnklng people may lure Interpose (he objec?
tion thal as tattooing would involve a slight
amount of physical Inconvenience, it could not ba
adopted. The sams objection li mad* against vac?
cination?mostly by tbe uneducated, however?but
the law wisely brushes lt aside. Am all State* ex?
pect that every man shall OS bia .mtv, slight
physical Inconvenience sn..old not i?. taken Into
account, ns one of the greatest duties one can per.
form consists In heartily acquiescing in any meas?
ure whb h would advance the purity of the ballot.
l am, therefore, convinced that this system would
encounter no oiii*i:diion from Ina intelligent and
honest voter, .-.fter due dem,, ration, bul only from
tba venal or unintelligent and prejudiced.
As i think it win* bc conceded tuat my acheia*
would absolutely prevent tbe crime of "repeating."
lt remains to consider "colonising." The incentive
to this crime would pinier this system be greatly
lessened, tor if voter* were Imported Into any
district they would mort Inevitably be cul off
from voting In their own district, fl result aol it
all likely to meet the approval of the local porty
managers, as tending lo lessan the intlm-nce of their
own districts, and lt1 woutd therefore bc dis?
couraged.
As an additional precaution, I would suggest
that duly authorized watchers of the different
parties should be allowed by law to take tbs
photograph of any person seeking registration v. bo
was suspected >>f not being ? bona Me resident
of the district. Armed with thee** photographs and
making Inquiries at the addresses given fi would
not be dlfflcall to ferrel oul colonizers,' it * aub
atantlal reward waa by law offered fur criminating
evidence. The nbSV* is a brief sketch of the pro?
posed scheme, but auflloiont to show it* salient
points, the details of which would require elabora
tion, but these, I conceive, would be at present
premature. JOSEPH P. BUITHRRJ)
Brooklyn, Nov. 22. 1893. -mi m.ur,.
THE NEW-YORK SHOM.D HAVE A Liam)A,pw
To the Editor of The Tribune.
Slr: In your Issue of to-day you ,?|v^ an ac_
count of the presentation of another BjaaSB of sliver
to the New-York. Every citizen is K|a,i to gae the
magnificent ship co renumbered, nut I wish to
appeal to The Tribune .ind through y,Mi to the
pews arid pi opie. In laiinlf of th" common .seamen
of thir. ship. Will you not try lo BBSBT* a library
for thc BM ( f the m"n"
The Government makes no provision for any read?
ing matter, and th? waxes of the searncn .,,.,. nol
?uch as to give them much for this purpos,-.
The craw of the Niw-Vork are mostly An?rican*.
and young men; g lam'' proportion of them Just
from tin- tnlr.lng Balpe, of gsod famlUee, Intent*, nt.
but In Ibcsi positions by BU*** of various clrcum
stances, bal bravely and honestly doing their work
and with a splendid pride in their .hip. know ot
no grenier opportunity nf the philanthropic cltlSeni
of this State to do a noble deed than In |.i:rcha-i!i
B good library that I know would dp good and t,.
wonderfully appreciated. I believe Th- Tribune car
"asiiy raia.- BUBletonl money tor the i'"i?"'?'. Tw<
or three thousand dollar* would do, and The mau u
nnd all contributors for Ihe purpose would Win BIM
deserve the b-neillclinns of a very deserving class ol
m.-n.
A proof of th" manliness of the crew: I WaSWII
?'i party visiting the ship ree'.itly that v.a* snowr
ovi r i-v.-rvthing by a plain seaman with a courtesy
becoming an oilier ..f tin- quarter deck, ana ai leay
lng om- of the partv quietly and un<Mtentatiousii
tendered a pic- ?r money, walch eras declined wll
? Kentle dignity, tbs osamaa, hardly more man i
lad. saying he would rather not luke anything. BIW
th! manly young fellow wes only one fB sassy that
wlslied th;,t they niinhi havi som- books to read
wm you not endeavor to have the clttsensof New
York honor themselves by such a good worb, as i
appeal for? SAMIKI. HAMMOND.
New-Yorii, Nov. 21. UM,
? ?. a ?
PAY TOUR MONEY AND TAKE TOTO CHOICM
To the r.dilor of Tb* Tribun*.
Sir: The attitude of the "powers tint b-" bring."
bini, the old story of an im id-tit or "I'-nrtholomew
lair.*1 The showman Mauds in front of his I.ttl
and cries: "(b'nilem.n and ladies, here la tb* great
est sjiectaclo of th" ;ig"-ln this t-nt ar- tbW*
brother*, .Mull. All and Hassan. Mull turns a somer*
BHiilt and lumps oom n th* throat Of his brother All.
All inn's two Bomersaulti and. though encumbered
bv th* weight of his brother. Simps down Ihe throat
of Hassan. Hfl?an then tunis three somersault*
and lumps down lils own throat and disappears.
i'bes.? brothers may fitly repre*ent Mr. CTeveland,
Mr. Gresham aad the Democratic party.
inn wiiicb is whictr: The conundrum ol iii-'
Led) or the Tiger?" ls nothing In comparison to lids:
? 'an von inform an anxious subscriber Which ll
Mull. All or Hassan .' -or shall wa "pay our money
and take our choice?" t>?
Asbury Park, N. .1., Nov. gt, 1S93.
THE ASSAULT OS /.'. ./. HAIME.
TP.IAT. OP Tilt: r\SK UT".,; IN" AFTRB LOM". DELAY
- Till". C'lMl't.UX V\"("\s Tl.sTIMiiNV.
A case In which charges of th* BBS of Tammany
Influence hnv* been loudly uttered, was brought I*
trial ill Heiieral Sessims b'fole ,1'ldge Marti:'." yes?
terday, lt wus thut of John Puffy, Uqsor s. n.-r
at Thbrteestb-ave. and Twentb th-st., who as?
saulted Robert .1. Ilaire, th- lawyer, on May tx
Mr. Hair- Charged that the trial was postponed
because- Huffy had influential Tammany Hall COB
nectlons. HHtrlct-Attorney Nicoll vhs fn-e lo In?
timate that bs didn't take a great deal of -: wk
ill the prosecution, although lie declared Ihat hi*
nilli-- bad i.n more than commonly diligent in
preparing its side of Ihe case. Assistant District
Attorney Oeorge Gordon Haiti-, who has had
charge of the prosecution, says that proper haste
was mad'- In bringing tba charge to trial. "ne ad?
journment wiis tnaen at me reqaoat ot the com?
plainant.
Assistant District-Attorneys IVeeks and Hattie
appeared in court yesterday to prosecute lniffi.
This may be taken a- iri lt..Mention that tue
People's case will be hiitidl'd with vigor and In?
telligence. Friend * Hoiii1" appear for ihe di fi ni ?
Mr. Ilaire told h straightforward Maty of the im
s:iull on liim. His right erm ls still In .. sling BIMI
ls Injured for life. H.- wus counsel for Koberi
McBvoy, who hus a barroom ai Nlnth-ave, and
Seventeenth bi UcEvoy and Duffy bad aeveral
Civil Mid er.min il nell...is ..eui,,st MM .Hui
lmffv wanted Ilaire lo i? uni' his counsel anti
offered him U** hs ii retainer. When the lawyer
refused the offer, Duffy threatened lo "do him up."
tm Hay ll Hain received a note, asking atm lo
call at Duffy's place with McBvoy, Winn the)
reached lhere that evening. Duffy dented .laving
written the nut. Hairs an i Mi Bvoy i-!t ihe | I ic
lu Twentleth-st., between Btoventh and Thlrieenta
avea . Hair* waa attacked bs Huffy and two ot hi t-.
uho kicked him and beat him within an Inch "I
his in.-, one maa used ii club. Tb* towyei .
Bellevue Hospital for som.' lime
The defence pul In pan of Ita testlmonj ! n
night. Duff] declares ihe.) Hairs cain,' with a
party of ruffians t( at tock him und bs meri j ???
fended himself. Tbe iii a will i. I lay.
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J leave e\.!y ve, i;.div froi.i 1'ic 18. foot of West Huh
nt., N. ll . at ii p. Ill , . iimih.' Una nt >l..'l*.iii wita Ho,tu i
lilli! Ailinn. B. lt. fer Bil pil'U. Hist._
SaTRWHAVKN-r-AHH It.-MafBllceet new
IS tWin-H. Mw ?aV,.| steamer "Ulri.ard t*a?-i',' * Bte VI vcr,
la*kr*t -ii-i'i.''.- ot*- Loug Ishosd Saaaa. kare* Pier -'???
ll. lt.. diilv -.t 4 p. m.. Minni ir* iM-ejiied arrh.UB at
N.-villi-, 'ii H l-*i e. m.. tu lim.- for train* to Merliteii.
1 !aitr..iii. .sjirtoslicid and North.
ijjvoes aub (Tarrtngrs.
I) lill II.IU lllllli l\'i Still 'Iv
at Auc'ivii.
MONDAY ii:. 1 '.'li'-siiAV. Bovesiber '.'T -nd SB, ls:>:t,
nt 10 o'.iii"'.
at Ike Ann ri ti. Ia-*ltute BalMtog,
Sd-iU,'., lii'M.ei I'., d BB* Cllli sta... N'U-ViirlC.
I'i.ti-:;: c. RELLOiiu i ro, Amrllamun,
107 .lulii -t . \. v. y.,.k.
VI?.n IPt) Herai, t.r.d hr lae l*M linn. Lci.in I St.in
fi.'d. mi l .mi, lal. ea lr in inn Mu., n. I'.i.i Alto ItoBCfc i'l
falito -i:-. ure nun bu mil" ani rxpsesaa ai Bte pia.-e of
-ul- BB "-li'liiy. Nov. .'I. Aui'Ulv ll.'lil are ?ii,?iidlillv
I.rid Ullin..is rf l..:|| sv.s l.v I le.-tiiilteu.. A/lilO'.r. A.i
iTili'i. Aasel, Uc-'eiM Norval. Whip*, l'ieciu. ul and
other grew arr** '.i the rstaMUhnvnt.
soiia- lueiitv-IKe lla-ne., i,o!'l':n;s af superior fetM,
u" lum din ip****, lei irarg amt til, ao al-.. Imitrl'd.
lur r.'.n:u,ii.s. nddr-ss
li.i'r.ll r Kl I,I'uii, | (il.. Auetioiert*.
10] Jaka-*t N-'*> -T'lru.
? . iii |
Cr5.1l Xofucf.
nr.'ST l'M'TY I'll'ST STKKKT. -SttprsBM
iiiiirr. titi i.til I'uiiiiiy of XcB-Ysffc, limit Til
fnni. plaintiff, .i(i!n-'. Mat- M. Ballard aid alarie, de.
: i>:lii,i,.
tu BsireasBra nf a |n*gtae-i; cr towrlaaaaa *Kd *nir
(lim n.a I alni .ii'-.1 ,n ti,e above .'uni. I action and
li 111:1/ ilnr. nf the lot*, *a] ?: Vuveiul^-r. IflUB, I. til"
i.nJer Igiu il. t:?. i;.(eree lil -sin j.iJ*mint i.aiiusl. will sell
at Public Ai.itiu' nt th.- New-Yark Real Estate Rxraango
.s)tie-risidi.. sn. in Bruit?ay. ii il." PBj ur Baw-VatS.
mi un- .'ith lb^? of li ? .'iiiix-r. ij.t';l. at !.' a'rlaek. Baaa, tiv
?Iiiik-s l. lailor. Ho, 7 I'l.u- - . un linn sm the iii--ii,l-.'s
In mi l-l |a*gBMS*t m. ie e...-1 bu* llnitiiii (I reerike* a* ful?
ly"-.
\l.f, that eenuin IA ).!'..' ur t-a'''''! i-f lent ivitli BBC
I.::H lines it,.-.,.,, -it itel, liing ani bring la Ike CUy
.. \' 'Viiii. bonad 1 a ?! dearrlhVi a- f.liui.s, t.. a-tt:
ltl..i|N\'lN(i ut a |s.':it l'i tko .?...ith.rlv ?|.lo of Klftv.
li t suet (llstiii ..j,,- Iiiiu li,si and kweatyeeVeM feet
. .i-i riv from lt.- i:i.-. t**rB*fl <-r IBs muitiieilv side nf
l-irn.llist stns.t i.rid lin- eaateri) ?ide of I ifil.Ui avenue.
mil iiiiiiiiii. t(,.|i.e vuillicrlv ii.iall'i willi I'.irlitli ave.
nu.- nini i.irt el iii ??v tlu.iiiili i i*ntv Hall. Baa lcm
it re I fe,.'. H.,. in -'.-fl., ti tie mid-lie line ul pie I. wk li tn. eu
lift ,-tii .imi itrn-tt--! stieets, toean .a-t-rlv aions; salt
line t?,',t, f.et. ;:,.ii.irater'), |* ral l-l Vi th Klitbtli
aiiti'ie rei la:*. Ol til. sraj tin,mail ii intv asl I, on*
>niiirlr?l rael live liniu-s, t, t'.,.illnilv s|l ? uf Klftv.
ti-i -t?i t .f I ;? ? sestet" r, along Use -initlnrlv s,|a
? r I ii' -ir,' -.r. . t,,?itv f at to the pu nt af besiunlsg:
.ad M".? .-? heine noa known as BiUBbet Tsra lluiidr.-d
.,. I Knit.- >|gbl Wei: I-ir.".-,'li-: -;???'
Sul.jeei. Bown fr, to ? BsBltSSaa uow a li.'.i BB sail
l-l in i. - f..r <.'.', ino a .il I lla-rosl
listed New-Vert, Norrasbet loth. 1 Mort.
KKANl_iS L. DONOBUK,
ii.m.mi.s | adams. Rcfarea.
Mal.illf' A-ii.'iier?.
:i.*i w.i'i-i H. V. cur.
VDVRRTISPAIENTS AM) Bt'BSCRtPTIOXI FOR
TUN ni w vuc.1%- iiviiuvi. wii.i, in-: m.
. KlVKil Ai TIIK t l'liiWN orin K :,?. |,2g3 |Jt)U<i.
.?..?I, :.'il teal aartk al i > M< r.r-t s-. ? md Mun,.
I-,'l:\ls at the iol..H||... Itrinh Ogtee*: ?;,
Klekth-ave., *. .-. . itt. T?e.itv-ti.ird.st.; V,i *ixik-ave.i
137 i ?i;t th nv.... eer.er I ? urie,iii i.?t. i ",iio Th. rJ-ai ..
,. ? I'.-iris-vntk-st : I.".'ii Third-era., nen- .--i-.n
??r.t--... ! Ti's l-'irst-vv,..: Iud W'e.? furn ??e...iiil..t.. ; itu
c>!'ii.hu...?>...; ".: Menus A; tll.':) '?' urd-.c ?? : SO Weil
i 267 v,'-: K.r -.??.i.id ?' ", ? I rhlnl-.M-,;
1,38* fklMssre.! 8.031 i'iiiii.-aie Let ou.'-liuiiarvi!
aii'M.voirt'i rn! (Iiichiiudie I aiidll.itteeiitn ..Iv
^mnofmcnis.
iMERII A\ I lli:4 I HE.sai maumi
-\ LAM' TIIK I'IKillM.Vl. 1) Vt (.Ullin.
MUMU Tilt: I'ltODK. VI. I) tl Ulli KU.
I'\:ra .'.litliH'" 1 ii.iuk?;n li.-: Day.
\ lADK.MV OK Ml SIC. I4th-St. & IrTstsf PL
a*\ i'll.i's. Tl ' h. Ji VI-., gie.
Ml. IMI. I IIASrvsi.lv IM. DAV.
IN III.Il Kt-lX fl (KY.
IN OI.O IvKMIIKt.
Mata, Mra*, aa! sa., s. -? kVe. a-. 8.
IJ KUADW'AY lilKA'lKK. Kve. itt ?. Hat. at J.
1> iilANl ls I rn .gi
WILSON'S KR Ml ME.
WltJtON*h I a.. .a
KXTitA Vj \ r. VU VN "{Mil VI NU BAT.
7' AMINO.
1/ HHi I'.viile
nil I e- -sta."..
Keats i wo- ki
iii iidMime.
Droadwflj, ami .'Kith Si.
Evening*, 8:18, Mat. Hat. *i 2.v,.
LILLIAN 1(1**1,1.1.
Tin: riMMi'.ss miotine.
i OI.UMBI'K THBATRK. Mats. Will ,V Hat.
.J - I.AMI (H lill. Ml UN I .;||i" .si N.
-LAND IIP THE BllBBI .HT .si N.
s;i .lal Ball. Ilia.ilii'.'lvl,..- xttrs.
V mI'iiti: nii:.\Ti:i:. Bre. N:i:.. Uat. at ?
Ld MjCus. Isaak sci vin* nav ami > u inlay.
TIIK rill viii.Lllit'*> W1KK.
TIIK I OIN! ILLOB'-* Ull-i:.
Cola j i uti .rn uii'- ?? Dtv. t?sniin-ii'r*.
AUI.K.M (H'KitA mn si:.
s(m iii ai st ls sa Taaaksgivtaa Bar.
VAl'tle.N li.l.l. AMI Killi I Mini:.
V uni.vu i.e. ".n KUIt-LXOOB.
AHUKi.VVH Tbeatn*. M. NV. Ilaalo**. Mgr,
i "THE W'ikii.i.;:n ?TO("kINi..
ivan; ?,?; I.* * liv l.diarl ll.ii ii .ui.
Matinee. ( "i in-.* sunns liv Have llriliiiii.
W'.'lii"s,!u Mid. s nu i :l;,y.
I II. KILMAN NS riiisilic, J. at. Hill, Maoflfisr.
Il
ll
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I-.', i Nt.Nl
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M il ii
rilli.MION A- IIAIMM
i'll 11.1 Hov tt BAM la
fiilliiv.i.i b)
WIXIl KKVK's I' VI l-IITKIt
HIM. UENK'M |)\l t.uT?..v
By .11 I.IA.N I- DU .lillis,
i.ink-i'iv. H:i\ ai.it J*, nellly "t '2.
MI'KIUAI. Ml Sir HALI*, Iiw:iv ?? i.".)ili st.
liliST lilli. IN TOWN.
?.?0-V AI I.l.v I I.l... CKLKBIUTlEeU-M
il) \ Ai HI VII.1.1, cl |,i liaiiiKs-ail
MA is. >|i.\.. iiH'lts. g ttAX.
KOXTBB A m.M.S.
O.iTER v RIAL'S.
Allin, ."tiK*.
VII DKVII.I.E.
? .?
EXTRA VliiiM".:: THAXKBUIVIKU DAV.
j V<'KI'M TilKATHK..... .~llli-!mr& 'SUl*t.
lj Dmiei |.'r,iiin.iii. BtuBaeer.
... A restudy cf *oiiet}- und iiiuiui. ,. ?[
i \tii-nw I-i "'"'''i'11 ^ni-ii"!! Il-', l.y livl.i Kit n.
iii i'll: ss H ' x '""r"'2 .'V ,','1,l!!;n,""v PBaarat from
u< i iii.ss, . i ,tJit t. 8s'afc.M?llatssg,
?-' 'i... .M-itiiiees. thurs*iy t itsSsrAar.
li ADI HON Si'l AUK OABDKN rnnw?rt tt^T
" Thur oaf iTPaaksfivlag) night at .S..I0.
kmyisakl. i... i.iiiC'.ii polish I'ianist un,]
-I .IVINs ll, ViiIO-i rletai ? Ore.ie.tr. '
_v,."iis mid j .um i. now i.i sale. #1.110, +1..M1 ,?-. i*:.-.oo.
UtiiistoV witt ski: t'AitiiKW.
IV (.j Al 9 ???0. ?iu. BAT. 'i.W.
L\?*T TIIIIKK tll\CKIiT*s -
''" ni r II ?
IH.IIHVN MILITARY BAMBI*. *
i1ini-.ii.il. a I th -h. IO Orsk., "le.; Mox i>,-?t *| rn
ci iirocklui, nt US Cearfcet,; 56,-1 rs* ir.n.
Kui.!*, nfli.o 1..1 uii, t.-, ? ,..,,"" 'j.'/. ".",r'> ?*!*?. j
?swa, *;,j iieganist., ar. '
QlatHtertierita.
A. MUSIC HALL.!
th St.
tfc AS.
Al^Soil I ORATORIO SOCIETY OP N. T.
BtX' ' IWALTER DA.MKOSCH.Cotiductrt.
SATCRDAY iVrfoiBiaui't'
K.vf., De*. 21 af the r.-ii.argafiie an* aal<iua
".*. .J MISSA 8OLEMNI8.
Iiy KIIWARD WRHL.L.
Beats
Boxes for aixj fur 10 tarts, ??Knoutai.i-iinit*?ulai?Bt.
ei-2aml*l.V THE ORAtOKIO SOCIETY. .WO VOKES
now on sale AN"ti -matkin kokoihTS.
A~"BBB Y'S f il KATU'E. Bioa<twiiy.7'or. 38th-at
UK. HEN KY IRVIN!',
Jlf*M KI.LKM TKKUV ?_ in
AND TIIK ).(iNi?).s laVl'KI. M iHEATRIC CO
Every 1"renmg irvept batirdiy) tin* vve.k
*'? i Sal ur lav Matinee.
THR .MF.ttf'IIANT OF *KKICR. mmmmmm,
SHYLOCK.MB. IRVIN'S
I'OKTIA.Mia* KLlaf.N U4UtT
mu .it dav Niiiiii. dbe. :?, nie: iir.LL.-.
I.'KCINNINO MONOW. ir?: . I.
Seer*. Kvening fsseeet !tstai*ay) and hStsr*Sf Minnas
HIM' HUSKY VIII,
MR. IR VI NO, MISS KELE* TERRY.
Seat. Kali, le 'jin* ii.-nt 1'nunUuy.
15
D
AM-M'UINCKTON Ailml.igloii tickels,
Bl.25, now mi Bait it 'Iyann a, WINDSOR HOT Us.
i. I..-I -ats and Hu.', f.ii un tii'lUij. alu the i>|>e|*.
i.ioi tiikatuio. Mata. WstLaaalEbb*
EXTRA MATINEE THANKSOIVINO DAY.
Tho U"si. i-erfurn.anc Kier Olvi-n by
F.VAXr* AND MOBY. .
_ENTIRELY .?."l-'.VV AN IT NOVEL._
DALY'S, iUiOATUlO, Ilroauvvny & 3Utb-at
liiiir thc Uinageastat of Mr. akocsT'N daly.
J*', ty Rt-ealBg, S:l">- Holiday MatllKO Th misgiving
' 1>? Rolen anil MicDoiumcn * new nunidy Oiiera,
THE ALi'BIUAX.
THE A LOEB I AN.
THU ALt'KKIAN,
lill' ALOEniAN.
Wi ti M VIII l-l 'ir.Mli*s'l* uni an *.\.ileiit cominnr.
MA'liXll.s I IIAXIvXilVlNt, ajul BATUltt-As.^
T'T. i'l V BORKB BLHLIMK PAJBtlBUsf
l.l.i ia* l>t J|OM i.aiicTj f Ik-eve. * ?;*l-?t.
ON lAHl till i<>N DAILY.
Ts,oi?r-c?ivr lu A **? to ? l'- *?-. ?-r*?*?A?*' eat*
IMPRESSIVE, i luina m.- doors_
VTdVS MIJ8RK. WOULD IN WA*?
Jj Mniaeee Dally al 2:30 I*. M. Every Fvr-ifiig ult.
liANi'Ks. I TilKiti'ANiall I p.l.l.UliE.
I'A .Mi MIMI'. TORT AJ A DA Till Hi' . {>?'MO''E.
Ml sic I Ti Uti'tl A DA TKOli'l" I YIH"RB\ .
i.i.eii fro bi ll io H. Ad mi*? lea, SO eaat*.____
riARDBS THIIATBK ' v,,n',w* *:l?,
I.VKIIKV TIIEATItK ,. *>??'- gf?-* ft.
l.i. Millhill av. Blt* .*th-s:. t Ta k" BB OOWtf i ab.I.
uti Aieinn-. LMi-st. o- ores* car?.i
ENDER THU PIM-XTtUB <'l .Mit. A. M PALMER,
MR. E. S. WILLARD
lu Barrie's ilmiiiiliii rowed* lu il int*. retitled
THE IMIOEEMSOR'S H.OVE STORY.
'lill T.siiai i . iIa.M\m.,\ ...i. RAVI I'.v.m Malis*-*.
sent-, flaty tie m ure* t.i.i weeks aimil,
lios easts nlH-ti Ir un '.i a. Bi. until 1!>:30 8. ai._
VT t i YT S MA DI8UN Sgf AU 11 TI I KATU B.
1 I HOYT S thomas. Sui- Maiisn"r*.
KV EMS ir s ;i(' M VT. saT'Y AT 2115.
HOYT'* A TF.MI'KKANCK TOWN.
wix-clal Matin** Than* sgt via* Day._
I KYI NC l-LACK TRSBtrc. Eve" 8:15. Sat. MsL
I'n-nlaM Ki ? in: Bria'ea. We*aja*aSTi l?ebe-naiia.
'Hiui-d.n :i uni-, as* Btaat, rate* An?oi*^_
NEW URTROPQLITAN OFKttA HOUSE.
I,, ".-e., sui Mano-er. . . Ahl>*s-. Srha???l * UraB
GUAM) OPERA IN ITALIAN ABO KKKNCM.
linter tim dr illili of
HENRY F.. A UREY omi MATRICE, ORAf.
WKDM.SOAY KVKNIXi;. XOY. 29. DOUBLE BILI*.
("OI'NOD'tt OI'KBA,
PIIILFMON KT (il til*, lu Freeth..
M'ssr,. V a'lioi! (hi? ilr?t ?fraearsaeev. Maua.rr* (his
Hrs", apir'arsnr.) . Caiiimar.. and Mast slgrW Ai-aaMseS
i... i in .i aiiiicaraini'i tu (??? foi(i?'U bj Mgaaagai t sflest
I'tVALLKRIA RI-4THANA.
Minc Umina i'al\c (ber t'.rst a|i|>raianrei. Male. Ou'rcia.
M. nufiiiiie nus in st iBgearBBc*, aud Menui \ijna,. (ila
nr?t ippeatBBCf ?
I'lmilnctor. Sic. Bevignanl.
KRIDVY I'AI'iMMi, lil'.l. 1. LOIIENORIV.
Mmes. Nuitlicu and liii.l'la, MM. l.i*Mfle. k.0. *S
Reasae, X\v- *S **B??r*eltl. and >lan?r V.vi.avs.
I'o'iducror. Mg. MAM IBBLL1.
saturdar Matin.'.' at 2. i.ounod's ?,ip?n KA I'ST, wita
thu ideal cast. Minos. Kaine*. Ilsi|eiu:,|.lt a:id SeaUbi.
? sis. i.a*sniic. KSoasrl a- Raatke. Vaacfcetfl sn* J<-aa
c.. i:.-*7.k''. i iiiiduil i-is'iiii.r Man.ln'-ltl.
s.-sts nu" mi sui* a( M. ti .|.iiitm <ip?ra Bouse, an*
a'*.. AT HOV OKFIfB UATKi* at thc nevrs ttamU
ot Tyson t Cu.. romprislng the . ie',tea selaeBsB uoki*
in the civ; also ::t 1. Rnllmau'*. Ill BreU-rat*.
Prices, *?*>. 4, -i. 8.80, -. i.*0, I. I'rl'at- Imxe* ?<?
? ord'nir li size. *-0 183 aid "M'.O. (..? aral Admlislo', tl.58.
'iiudav El'g, D'c 3.1. Vint li IBB* suudsi Nigbt ' onvi-rt
AT l'iQM'l..\ lt ritliRS._
NKW MKTHOIMIMTAX Ol'EltA HOISE7"
Sol.! Ies*e- and 'tanagers ...Abker, S'liooffel 1- (iras
i viiiii. -l.i lin: ISeaaay, Bee. .Vd. aud evrv T.i'sdar. 'Ihurs
nay ami Hatareey avectaa Bsi*iflu, aul flflsaSeea ev*B*f
w't'diiesduy* and i*n*aj at 2,
I Mit !?" hllt.Vl.KY's'
ORAND llisroitli \l. KPBCTACLI",
AtlKHtt A.
I'rdui'id und'. Ik* iu.i:ieiiate *lreeUaa al Measr*. -va*
t .-I- siiio (I.l g i,ian an* as piaafBtf* Iii iii" I'M'-iia
AistBetiaai 5T8 ii.? and Bltaeai-a ay at t IJB8.0B8
ie,,|,i,- i-iiK's-i)r.h"s:ij ant isrebeatfa rlrele, el Ad: (irs*
.in ic. i wr n*. ai i bslroay, r j-rvd. ta 'ts. i Bi sat** ?te>
.I.-. i.-,rM>3. 50 rta, : bexra, htTIdliia ll 8121 buvm, bo il?
illi- 4, *a. salo of "ats will open T'iui ciy. Hov. B ?.
NATIONtt. At ADKilY OP DKIM'A.
LAST WEEK TO VIEW TUE FAMOl'S l-AINTIMiS
IN TUE KOW (i'.I.I'.l'I'.ATIi) LOAN I XMIIUTIOS.
lill WK. AND 23D-ST. D A i* AND BtBRlM*
A0B1S510K, CU ilNTs.
N
1I||,<?*1 I.AssT TWO VVEEiiS
THE F1BAL KIKIMI.IIT
OLAF. Miiuilo SellBinau and ?.-.??at vast.
Ol, tl*. Mitin. e i'tiank-siviiu.
OLAF. BBSs Dee. um. Mat. Sal.
> AI.MKK'S.
livs*.. Hio. 11888, VVfd.. Th'ir.i. | *ta?*
?ICtTR 5'iri.ri-i I'nitv. BO -ri-t.. ItBA.
Ult I.'"* I'lilt ii (.me. Soil-. -. n.rt. Ni-\t Mon. 1 tl)J.
lt li F'** w'siue da. atata. 'xi"! i'"~ Bs*a?. ttss
lill K'e? TkaassaRiBB Bsl *Tiars*s*gr. tint
s
TAU THEATRE. -TO-MOHt,
BALTIXI
AI.EN- Ktl.ViM In
BALVIXI
ANP'.'.R MA EVIN I ?il?
-AI.VIM
TH lt El (il V lt I)*. MUN.
Mperlsl VIATINKE TIIANKsMilTI \? DAY.
TANDARD Taaatre. Kra, N:."to. Mata. 2:i?
4 MATINEE*! Till"* Vt KKK.
Wi-iltu'siav, I'l'urs/liv I'Hdav, eaturliy.
C'lIAItLKY'B At TAT.
_ CH AMI.KY'S Al XT._
rTxiXY "pastor's. llth-st.. t?>sT *M-aTaT
1 ii.W PASTOR'S MATIBBB TO-DAY.
.si 11 uss ok [ MB*. Durli-rc J. W. Kelli,
i.l Ll.11. H*iiie West. 4 \"'Midoiri<s,
EAN'-TRKR. I lle.-ii.i- i- l.u'iroi.ie. Ct?rk i- William*.
ATTKKHALLBv SSflrac. aad ftssHttas
liRAND OPKNINO ON THAXRSI'IVINO,
GRAND OITNINIi ON THANKJfOIVINO,
MATINEK IN'D NIUIIT.
HAOKMiKl K'S TIIMNKD ANIMALS.
IIAOEXBECKI TRAINED ANIMALS.
HAOKNir:' K S TRAINED, ANIMALS.
SKATS NOW ON SAKE.
T
WORLD'S FAIR.
at>*ta>*s ? opens
ORANB CENTRAL PALACE
t.'iU-it. and laf.vlngton-av*.
THANKSOIVINO DAY.
a UNI IVs i,,.\, n\ Cknts.
lalro.
Ch* liberty
Hell.
liillorv of
Kim' Arl*.
Ail Nalluna
nf
PROMENADE CONCERTS INNESS
MILITARY BAND.
Th. lorth KXHIBITS THAT TOOK THE
in* rsinn. ,,|.,Z| s AN|| host OF ATTRAi TIONB.
fr ll IA VK. Til KATU 10. Bvvay & 95 SC
*? III NRY I'. MINKR.I'r.inrlctag
SHOUK | Mr. JAMES A. HERNE a*
1 "Nattiaii'i Berry."
ACBBa. I F.v*aiasa S:1A. Mm. sar 2
EXTRA MATINEE I'HANKsiilVINO DAY.
I'li-sr. THKATRK. lUts, WiHlTaud SaT
EXTRA MATINEE. illANKSlilVlXO BAY
JAMES J. < OKIIKTT
will *i-nr ot ,-\.-i- ucrfiirniani? in ,-unaertioa wita
MAIM* AMJ UICORGIA.
Kell v?i'ck-"THK I'OWKR OK tiOLD.'*
Il
t'crtttrcB uno itlrrtings.
tOLIMBiA t'()i.I.K(JM i.KCTIJRR&
l.-AT ("OOI'ER INION, .Wor IMare and Stk-t.. aa
TassSas ftraaJage ut t> o'dork. Ta.. Brit ruur-a
will Lu d.iiM'h'1 ly
HAMILTON" Bf. MAIllE. BRO,
The llrsi lecture of tin; eoursu will bo alvcn \??.
Ma, on
LITER.VHRE AND LIFE.
No llcUcti of sdinl*sio:i rerjulirl.
II-VT THE METROPOLITAN Ml'BEL'M OK ART.
'i-atril Dari;, Uk are, and MOLst.. on *saB|BBfl
B*SB**aas at ll o'clocii. ibo Ont <ouiH' will ba ?B
I'RIKNTAL SKALS AND OI.YPTIC A Rt,
and .viii b,' d?'ll\,r*<l hv t!u>
REY. WILLIAM lUrii WARD.
The tm l-itur,? ?f the Maaat sm b.> ?l\*n Dre t BB
ORIOIN IN IMUMITIYE BABYLONIA. '
Tho tattatSB ?ill b* BlBBSiatlS. No tlrVeis af sB.
niiision ipquirod.
Ul. -AT THE AMl-ltl \N MC.sEl'M OP NATL"R.tS*
HISTORY. Centr-il |.,rk. 77tk-t.. ?n4 atu-areC
sa I .tiinijy BfaBBBJI at a o". lock, lh* iret ?.,>?-.
?iii ba aa
MINI NO,
doti viii tie tattara! br
H. NEY s. Monroe, E. M.." Ph. D..
Fisraaaai of MaBtag, Coluaibli Coues?
ihe iii.*t 1,-nute of Rte reavag aiU tc glwn Dar 3 ea
PROSPECT INO.
iii" l.-.tno* arm a* lllu.iratod. TumttA of idm-iaa
a... aaasBea, ia* say ta aatei.i. w.UHn.t .hirja, aa
? :>|ill.atloii to tlii< Seretary of tho I'rc.ldeMt. i'olumbla
( o'li-p,..
SITH LOW, M., |>? trmltlrtt'.
?lje dttrf.
JJ IDSON OOUNTT JOCKKV CWk
tttJS^tSSS a?>. *l ? :<3 "hBri.. flke Jay, tts.
?rh^. .-? ?;?D*,r;l*?r a,i* "'hrlatopkar S-ireel farris.. Risa.
IT. 2? ,ro'V ?"???? t^tj dirri to rea-'k
AdiniMloo. *I.C0. B. WU1TEBJUA.

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