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THE WEEK IN SOCIETY.
With the opening- of the New Metropolitan Opera
"House and the various Incidents of the week. In?
cluding teas and receptions for debutantes, wed?
dings and dinners, the season of fashionable gay
life may be said to be well under way. Thanks
jiving Day passed as usual, with the football
match, meets at the iunt clubs a'nd family dinner*
wul reunions. Never before was a football con?
ant watched by ns distinguished a gathering as as
gembled In the rather rudely constructed and un?
comfortable boxen erected on the grounds of the
aganhattan Field on Thanksgiving Day. Thc attend?
ance of men and xxomeii well known in polite society
xvas a distinctive feature of the occasion. Very
pretty was the sc ne oa tba "geld boxes" xxl,
the majority of fashionable people who formed
_ part of thc Immense throng. While there were
only three or four coaches and brakes on the
(rounds, there was a collection of vehlclea in tho
roads and lanes surrounding the grounds Which
Baaaaad aadMeat ta transport an urmy of tbouaanos,
and still lt was lang past | o'clock when many of
the |? opie were able to reach iheir carriages and
start cityward. Mr. and Mrs. lona Jacob AatOT,
Miss Wetmore, aa -tecrctary of thc Navy william
I'. Whitney and his daughter, Miss Pauline Whit?
ney, handsome Mrs. .John C. Wllmerding, in p
gorgeous gown "I black velvet, trimmed with fur
and Jct; Mrs. William Everett Strong, and h< r
pretty daughter. Miss Massie Strong; Mr. and Mrs.
Charles B. Alexander, and Miss Kvelyn Burden,
ware a tom <>f Ibe people who occupied boxes on
the field stand, and it was not an easy matter to
pick out faces in that vast concourse. Thc en?
thusiasm of the xx inning side knew no bound.-, and
the drive home for those who were fortunate enough
to have a trap or rig ol any afeBS or Btyle xvi,*
infinitely superior to the discomfort of the crowdeU
Although there were runs of the hounds at Pel?
ham, Orange, Staten Island and Cedar hill al, the
hugest entertainment of the day was the breakfast
given at the Meadowbrook; clubhouse, which was
attended by the gay spirits who make their home
in the surroundings at Heaapstead, Westbury)
Garden City and Cedarhurst. There xvas ii lively
run after a live fox and a general j..Ililli at ion be?
fore and after the sport.
The Important social Incident of the week was
without doubt the opening of the opera season.
On Monday night the house was filled from pit to
dome and although there have been, perhaps, since
the memorable first night in November, seven yeats
ago, when the house was first opened, more brilliant
arrays in the boxers the memory of those who have
been present on all these occasions could not recall
one. Even two years have been long enough to
bring decided changes among the hoxholdera "f
the Metropolitan Opera House, and death, loss of
health >;nd shrinkage of fortune have filled several
of the boxes with new faces and forms. As brill?
iant as xvas the audience on Monday night, that
which assembled In the boxes on Wednesday night
was even more "dressy" and fully as distinguished.
As has been intimated, there are several new?
comers In the row of boxholders. and many new
faces. The visiting young men found their time
fully occupied on Monday, Wednesday and Friday
nights In going from box to box. making their
first bows to debutantes and matrons xvho have
been absent from the gay xv..rid for a tim.-. In
tha audience on Wednesday night were a number
Of new faces, and there was a lavish display of
Jewels and handsome gems. Mrs. Foxhall Keene
attracted much attention In one of the boxes.
She wore a gown of pale-blue velvet, which had
a shimmer of silver and was trimmed xvith silver
embroidery on the skirt. The bodice was of rose
colored velvet, and xvas studded with handsome
Jewels. Mrs. Keene also wore a tiara of diamonds.
With her in the box were Miss Kitti-* Caaneron
In white silk and chiffon and Sir Roderick Cam?
eron. In the first parterre box on the right of
the proscenium arch were Mrs. John H. Davis, in a
handsome gown of white satin relieved xvith bows
of Cheri 1 colored satin, and a tiara of diam".ti ls;
her sister, Mrs. George L. Rives, in xvhite sat iii
brocade, and Mrs. James P. Kernochan, In pink
an'l violet brocade and a superb tiara of diamonds.
Mrs. William Lverett -Strong, with her daughter.
Miss Massie Strong, hal Ogden (loelet's box. Mrs.
Strong looked handsome in a gown of Nile-green
chiffon, draped over satin of the same shade, the
corsage being 8. ernerald-gr?en velvet. Miss Strong
was In a pretty gown of pale-green satin, trimmed
with fur and velvet of a deeper shade than the
gown. Miss Freiin-huysen. in a beautiful gown
of white brocade, and Mrs. Murray, in yellow bro?
cade sari white lace, were a'so in ont* of the parterre
boxes. Mrs. Frederick H. Benedict wore one of
the most effective cowns In the house. It was of
black Batlnt cimblned with Balmon-colored silk,
trimmed with p.int lue. She wore a coronet
formed of diamond stars. With her were her
elster. Miss Benae Coudert, In white silk, and Miss
Alexander, in a pretty gown of white and pink
striped silk and astin. Miss May Callender, In
whit_ brocade. Miss De Forest, in mauve satin
and black velvet, richly trimmed with white lace;
Mrs. James Harriman, in emerald green velvet
and satin, and Miss De Barrlll, in a handsome
gown of red velvet, were in the parterre box ad?
joining that occupied by Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Hives
and Mrs. Kernochan. Il waa noticeable on e_cfl
night of the opera that th. ie were no bouquets on
the rallinga of the boxes.
One of the largest coming-out teas was given on
Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. Peter Augustus Jay
In honor of her daughter, Miss Laura Prime Jay,
a pretty brunette. A number of the girl friends
of the debutante assisted In receiving the gu>-.***i.
The representatives of the old families flocked In
great numbers or> Friday afternoon to th** home
of Mr. and Mrs. Maturln Livingston Delalield in
Flfth-ave., who gave a reception to Introduce
their daughter, Miss Julia Delafleld, to the fash?
The weddings of the week have been fully de?
scribed In these columns. With one or two excep?
tions they have been In churches, one of the ex?
ceptions being that of Miss Florene- Miller, daugh?
ter of the late Henry James Miller, of the Cincinnati
Obs Company, who was married to Di. Jame.
Wilton Brooks, whose father was a prominent
ngura In the newspaper and political wot ld a
score of vears ago. Thc marnia-".- xvas celebrated
at the home of the bride's mother, lu Weat Beven
ty-sixth-st.. ami was a pretty affair. Dr. Brooks
has taken his bride louth. Before returning hue
for the Christmas holidays Dr. and Mrs. Brooks
Will visit Cuba (ind the Bahamas. The marrlai*"*
of Miss Hamilton to Lawrence Jacob, at St. .lane s'a
Protestant Episcopal church on Tuesday after
aeon, was attended t.v a fashionable gathering.
Mr. Jacob presented to his best man and ushers
handsome gold cuff links, while the bride gave
her only attendant Miss ICar-ha Jacob a white
enamelled pin set xxlth diamonds and pearls. Mr.
and Mrs Jacob, who sailed yesterday on the
t'mhrla. will return to New-York la a few weelu
and will give a large reception ai their home, No.
_ West Flfty-nlnth-st., on January ll.
This week will bring the weddings of Miss Leila
Benton Horsman, daughter of Mr and Mrs. I. L.
Horsman, to Harold Morton Wilcox, and of Miss
Marton Brookman to Amory S. earhart, both of
which will take place in Brooklyn churches.
For the coming week there are also many teas.
all of which have been announced; several dinner
parties and the first of the Monday cotillons, a.
Bet of dances which are given under the nio.it
fashionable patronage. Lost year these dances
were given in the lat 11 room ji t Delmonico's. That ..f
to-morrow night Will take place In Sherry's beauti?
ful ballroom. The guests will be received by Mrs.
Maturln I. Delafleld, Mrs. Gouverneur Morris, Mrs
Edward King and Mrs. John T. Hall. The cotillon
Will be danced at WM o'clock, and lt will be led
by Alexander M. Madden. There will be no favors.
_upi>er will be served at small tattles eel In Hie
lower floor of Mr. Sherry's establishment. The
patronesses of these cotillons are Mrs. Fr.iv ll
C. Barlow, Mrs. George Bliss, Mrs William IJ.
Beekman, Mrs. Henty I. Barbey. Mrs. T. -treat
field Clarkson. Mrs Howard Clarkson. Mrs. Joseph
H. Choate. Mrs. Francis Delafleld, Mrs. Richard
Delafleld. Mrs. Maturln L. Delafleld, Mrs. Blchard
?. Emmet, Mrs. Frederic Goodritlge. Mrs. John
?>on Gardiner. Mrs. Frederic Gallatln. Mrs.
Charles R. Huntington, Mrs. J. Montgomery Hare,
Mrs. John T. Hall. Mrs. James J Higginson, Mrs
John C. Jay, Mrs. John A. King. Mrs. Kdxvard
King. Miss Clarisse Livingston. Mrs. John W.
Mliiturn. Mrs. Gouverneur Morris, Mrs A. New?
bold Morris, Mn*. Gordon Norri**. Mrs. Thomas L.
Ogden, Mrs. Charles W. Ogden. Mrs. Frederic
J. de Peysier, Mrs. Frederic W. Rhineland! r. Mrs
William Rhinelander, Mrs. J. Hampden Bebb. Mn.
Phillp J. Sands. Mrs. Charles L. Bands and Mrs.
On Tueadav evening Mrs. John T. Hall's dancing
clans will hold its first me. ting at Sherie's, and on
Thursday Mrs. Henri M. Braem's class will re
sume its meetings at the same plan- on Friday
?vening a pretty cotillon was given at Hodgson's.
Hfth-ave. and Forty-flfth-st , bv Miss Augusta
"Thuin and Miss Louise Chaptn. The decorations
and fax'ors were suggestive of Yale and Princeton.
There were two cotillons, the first being led by Will?
iam St. Clair Brigham, who danced with Miss Heda
eenuin, and the other b> Carroll J !'u.*t. jr., xvho
?Meed alone. Among those present vere Mrs.
Frltx Von Bernuth. lr ; Mrs. Welcom T Alexander,
Mr-. William Pell Foster. Mr.*. Carl ll. Schultz,
Mr?. "_ h. Rubsain.n. Mrs. Charles Francis Sion.".
Miss Merwin, the Misses Miller, Miss Ward. Miss
McLean. Miss McDonald. Miss Itom MUM Von
Bernuth. Miss Hone. Nelson F. Grlffln, William
l rowe. Heath Barton. Charles Francis Stone. Jr,;
the Messrs. Hobart. J. Arther Mandeville Bussell
Hlldreth. Charles Barton. Louis Rubsamen. Lieu?
tenant Peck. IT. 8. A. und K. O. Bri relay.
Captain and Mrs. Kdward Jaffray have returned
'rem their bridal trip and will sall for Lngland on
Wednesday In the steamsMp. Majestic. Among
those who sailed on Wednesday lust In the Parts
ware Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Jny, and Mr. anti Mrs.
F. U. Grand iv Ha ut evil lc.
Mrs. Gustave Heineken will give a reception at
sar home os Staten Island on Tuesday, lo Introduce
h*t daughter. Miss Marlon Heineken. The
marrl-ure of Mian -"_?*-??*_?_ -""-."-.ran. dau.hter <jf
Robert Cochran ?_ o _
at the hom" or ,i!0 ?Sy,d,n. y ^rrere. will take place
on Wednesdax I, bf ,,e f father* on ?ta*<n Islan'1
a?h?B :?_K?* aft^r^r,re,lx& ?,;:';;!
th,A^xr1 ***** **,,f
take i.lace1;n,F'!.bn,llr!n, B"?_lyn ls announced to
Thu i_,_-. ., uar> j.
! .bit-'-,'..? *k .rH. ?'?'??J''lmln Wood l.av- changed the
: er ??- i.tnro _*?"?? fro'" December iii to Decem?
ber H. lt will be ,,iVen at th- Waldorf.
I , i.ii . rimrT*.0o I'eyster Ricketts will give a re
i>,.-,'., r ,'"'?" daughter, Miss Mathilde Louise
R-!..n?l' !"?''''<?'?ntber I, al ber hom-. NS. HS East
r frA, fif,lr wl" be given at Bberry'a on seal friday
, from | until , o'eloek In ail of the Babies' Wards
.... M Graduate Hospital. The Bower table
is unaer he charm- of .Mrs. Paul Tuckerman, Mrs.
! Hunt und Miss Katharine Minium. The tea table
i will be presided over by Mrs Baylies, Mi- Blchard
Mortimer, Mrs. Benjamin Wells and Mrs, Whlti
, warren. Others In charge of Ubi. ? are Mrs. staid, y
, Mortimer. Mrs. Henrj Parish. |r.; Mrs. Blchard
irvin, Mrs, Livingston Ludlow, Mrs, Boberi Bturgis,
1 Mrs. Ku...,,,. Bchleffelln, Mis.. ,.;. sj. Hamilton, li
Noni,.. Miss Katharine Livingston and Miss Bessie
Mrs. Fellows Davis rave % large reception
f.'iday. to introduce her daughter, Miss Marie
Antoinette Davis, at her borne Ko. Il West Forty
eight!*--. Mrs. Davis wore ? handsome gown ot
, black velvet and lace. Mi?s Davis received In pure
I white silk and chiffon. They were assisted in re- ;
reiving by Miss Gertrude Barclay, Miss Neill**,
Sootier. Miss Anita de Garni.-ii Ita. Miss Eugenia
j Bethune Stein, Miss Julia L. Delafleld, Mlai Edith
, Appleton H.ik.r and Miss Gertrude Agostint.
A handsome luncheon xxas given st the Country
; Club on Thursday by Nathaniel C Bt-ynal. The
i floral decorations wen- handsome, and everything
I xxas done in the most gencroua manner. Tbe party
drove out on Mr. Beynal'a each
Mrs. diaries A. Moiton, of Biehinoiid Terrace,
: New-Brighton, s 1 . gav.- s tea on Fridav for
Mis Marrar.! il Minion. The debutante received
many bouquets Mrs. .Moiton and Mles Jennie Minion
, xvre assisted In receiving bv Miss Max Leffcrts,
l Miss Maud Talbot. Miss Isabel Palmer. Miss Maud
Robinson, Miss Julia Tompkins and Miss Mav
Marriott Among those asked were Mr. and Mrs
Robert <:. items, n. Mrs. william Bchermerhocn,
Mrs. Walt.-r Cutting, the Misses Cutting;, Mi-.
I" roderick N-iisoii, sir Roderick Cameron, the
.Misses Cameron, Julian Potter, Mr. and Mrs.
Alexander D. Shaw. Mrs William Neilson Miss
Helen Neilson, Mrs. J. Frederick Pierson. Miss
I Pierson. Mrs. John T. Hall, the Misses Hall. Shlp
? ley Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin M. Tost. Mr. and
| Mrs. John C. Wllmerding. Jr. Mrs. Richard Irvin.
Miss Lulu Morris, of Baltimore; Mrs. Franki,n
Osgood, Mrs. Henri Braem, the Misses Braem.
, Mrs. Robert k*. Robinson. Miss Julia Beverly
j Robinson, Mrs. .losjph J. Alexandre, Mrs. Alcx
I auder S. Webb and the Misses Webb.
I Mary Kllen Dodge, daughter cf H. C. Dodge. No.
1 8_ \x est Seventieth-et., xviii be married to Charles
E. SSerfaee at the First Baptist Church. Boulevard
I an.l S.v.nty-nlnth-st.. on Tuesday evening, at I
P. m. Tin re wm be a reception at the home from
? -:in to U o'clock.
Yesterday was debutantes' day in Society, Six
more young ladles made their entre into the fash?
ionable world, and many "f them received bou?
quets enough to till a good-alaed drygooda box.
One of the largest of the "?min--..ut receptions
was given by Mr. and Mrs. William Douglas Sloan.
at th.ir home. No. ttl Fiflh-ave . In honor of their
daughter. Mis*. Km I ly Vanderbilt Sloane, lt was
one of the most brilliant affairs of th." season,
ani was attended bv nearly every man and \\...
man in fashionable life. Mts. Sioane. in a beau?
tiful gown ..f pal- Miie silk and xxhit- lae.". as?
sist-,j the debutante In receiving the guests in the
Louis XVI drmwlng-l.ii. which was effectively
decorated with clusters of xxhlte hyacinths and
Am. rican Beauty loses. Miss Sloane was attired
In a dainty gown of blue silk and chiffon, wini*.
her sister, Miss Adele sloan., wore rt gown of
dove-colored silk, trimmed with pink s-tin. There
was music by Lander's onliest! _ and a luncheon
WHS silvid in the dining-room. Ani'iie; those who |
called to meet the debutante xv. r>- Mr. ani Mrs.
Peiry Tiffany. Mr. and Mrs r,,.,,rgo H. Bend. Mi
and Mrs. Edmund I. Baylies, Mr. and Mrs. 1.
Townsen 1 Burden, Miss Evelyn Burden. Mr. and
Mrs. .lames P. Kernochan, Mr and Mrs. Buchanan
Winthrop. Miss Mn;e winthrop, Mr, and Mis
Oeorge r. Wetmore, Miss Amy Townsend, Mr.
uni Mrs. Lloyd Bryce, Mr. ano Mts. Oeorge I*
Rives. Perry Belmont, Miss Van Bepsselaer, Mt
ani Mu. Il McKa* Twombly, Colonel ani Mts.
William .lav. Miss Sands. Mr an 1 Mis. .1 I";
ponl Morgan, tie- Mlases Morgan, Mr and Mrs
H. Le Grand Cannon. Mr. ant Mrs. Charles F
Havemeyer, Mr. and Mrs. Henri M Braem, Miss
May Callender, Mr. and Mrs. Henry ani Mr. and
M.r.s. (tUvcr Ila! ninan, Jr.
Another notabi- Introductory les x-i' mx'-n yes?
terday afternoon by Mrs John T Hall at her
home. No. :, VVest "Thirty-slsth-st., in honor "f her
nd daughter, Miss Susie T. Hall, a beautiful
brunette, who reci\.,i a number of handsome
bouquets and baskets ,,f flowers, which Were dis?
play-! .,n the mantle, on a table and plied M-h on
the CoVe!- ol th- IT 1 a ll 1 piala. The I i ? ? 111. t a I. ! ? ? W_
asslsted in receiving the MO gui ti oy her mother.
who, it ls a pleasure to ray. has i.n restored
lo perfect health: l.v her slater*. Miss Klsi- Hall
and Miss Hall, als.. i,y _ number ot youno ladli
among them Ml-s Julia Clarks,n. Miss Edlin Sands,
Miss Jean ('allalhi. Miss Halli- Smith. Miss Mary
Neeser, Miss Kitti- Hopptn, Miss Julia I >? lamil
MKS Marv Kaarnv. .Miss Lulslta Leland, Miss
Blolne Neaaer, Mis; Adel.- Oardlner, Miss Ritsabetii
Livingston, Miss Anni.* Stuyveasnt, Mit*-* Liatla
Wells. Mi** Estelle De Peyster, Miss Jacquelin Liv?
ingston, Miss Marlon .'arv. Mis- Madeline Le Boy
Batteries, Miss Caroline I-. Ooo-iidge and Mba
Mrs. Brayton Ivea gav- an elaborate reception
In th** afternoon to Introduce her youngest daugh?
ter. Miss Frances Havana Ives. The beautiful hom
of Mrs. Ives, at No. 41 Mast Thiny-foorth-Bt . was
handsomely dressed xxlth flowers and palms, and
iurina tb.-" hours of tlc reception there was music
by the Hungarian Band, which waa stationed la Ihe
large ballway, behind a scrmi ..f tall palms. The
debutante wore a pretty gown ..f whit- corded
silk and white chiffon, while h-r mother xvas attired
in a gown of black satin and point Lue. Miss
Winifred Ivea was attired In pink s?tln and chiffon,
Snd Miss Eunice Ives was in a gown of pub- blue
satin. Assisting the debutante, her mother arid
sin, rs in receiving Um gu.-"ts were Miss Loch
wood, Mi-s charlotte A. Barnes, Miss Josephine
Bra.in, Miss Mary Prince and Miss Agnes Whitney.
Miss Therese Keyser mud? h.-r formal entree In
the fashionable world yesterday afternoon, st a tao
plv.-n in h.r honor by ber mother. Mrs. Samuel
Keytar, sh- received the consratulatlona of ber
friends in a pretty gows of pink moire, trimmed
with lace, and was assisted by h-r mother, who
wore a gown of black snd xvhlte moir*, combined
with velvet; Miss _VB Courtlandt Falmur. Miss
Kdith Kohlsaat. Miss Pauline Braem, Miss Hop?
kinson Smith and Miss Betty Crawford.
Ml? Charl-s MacDonald also gave a reception in
her spartments in the Knickerbocker, Twenty
eighth-st, and Flfth-ave., to Introduce Itt (laughter,
Miss Lilli.* MacDonald, who was assisted In recelx
lng by h*-r sister and Miss Buchanan, of Baltimore.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stewart Smith, who recently
returned from their wedding trip, which xxas made
around the world, gave ? bug. reception y< tel
dav aft.ino.,h. at their home, No -?'. Weal Fdny
aeventh-at. Mrs. Smith received with Mrs. Andrew
Carnagie, Mrs. Alfred White, Mes Kate O'Hara
and Miss Florence Lockwood.
Mrs. Effingham H. Nichols gave a lain- re?
ception yesterday afternoon al her home, .\... <v."i
Flfth-ave. Mrs. Nichole was assisted In receiving
by ber niece, Mrs, Francis McFarlan, Mrs. Ben?
jamin Hall and MUM West,
Colonel and Mrs. Oeorge Lewis Gllleeple gave ??*
r-ceptioti at tte-jr home, No. tt Bast Fifty-third
st., yesterday afternoon, In honor of Colonel snd
Mrs. Frederick D. (;rant. wno havaj tak'-n Uk
house No. Mt Weal Seventy-fourth-st for th<*
winter. Receiving with the nosiest and Mr* (irani
arere Mrs- Potter Painui", in whose honor the r
ceptlon was partly given; Mrs. E, B. custer, and
Mrs. Horace I'oM.-i The young ladles al t.'..- le*
table wei- Miss Batelle Doramus, Mlaa Qracc
Saunders and Miss Porter.
Tb.- annual sal- ol dolla for the benefit "f the
Virginia, Memorial, and Jewell Day Nu's. i,. ira
held yesterday In the lower hall room si Sherry's
amt drew b number of people prominent lu society.
Th'- sale for sex. tal yeal- waa held In the drawing
room of Mrs- Arthur Mulray Dodge's home, In
Kart Thlrty-fourth-st, bul the Increase In pst
mnage demanded a larger place to exhibit the
delis and accommodate the crowd, ao lani year for
the Ural lime the aai. took place In .-'helix's yes?
terday the i..rlli..om was furnished with lons tables
set against thc wails, and filled with dolls of every
di crlptton, childrens toys and fancy work in
the exening there was dancing. Among therre ,,t
the different tables and in the room In the after?
noon and evening were Mrs, Richard Irvin, who
xxlth a number "f assistants, presided over the
Christmas table: Mrs William Jay, Mrs Fernando
V-n.iga, .Mrs. Herman Oelrlcs*., Mis.- Pair, the
Mi.-s.s Oelrlchs, Mrs Earl Dodge, Mrs John A.
Lowrey, Mts. William P. Douglas, Mrs i Town end
Burden, Mrs. charles ti Francklyn, Miss Marie
Bose de lint lie IC la. Miss Kittie Ho;.pill. MISS
ra Randolph, Miaa Kat- Bogers, .Miss Stillman,
Kdllh Barnes, Miss Barclay Miss Iv.--. .Mts
X_>- ?j.,lli...* SJ1V U|A.1| BS|H ?|""'"<*il? ?*"lll!.\\
Pendleton, Miss Anita Lawrei. Miss Janet Ral?
ston Hoyt, Mrs. John sloan. Mrs Waller and
Mrs. Kdmund Collin, jr. Th- display of dons was
a line one, and a doll house completely furnished.
presented by a hely well known in society, was
"ile of the most attractive article* xxhlch udor.I
Mrs. Irvin s tabb" Miss Doria Francklyn, xxno
went about with a lan;.- grab-beg, turned in ? snug
sum of money. Prices wen reasonable, having
h. en pul down to suit th.* limes.
A fair In aid of th.- Building gund af the Babies'
ward *.f the Post Graduate Hospital, will be swen
ai Sherry a <<n December ft, from I until 7 o'cUx i*
The managers of Ihe 'banty are Mrs John Jacob
Astor di: Blchard Mortimer, Mrs. Henry Pan h,
ir Mis Frederick w. Vanderbilt, Mrs valentin*
'. Hall Mrs Stanley Mortimer, Mrs. aubert Jonei
Mrs a. L. Phillipe. Mrs, Horace J. Hayden Mrs
Fr.d. ccu '.ii ii.". Mr*. William D. Barbour,
Mrs Robert Stiivls. Miss Ulhel flam. Mes Ells
K Russell Mis" lsab.-l Hoyt, The flower isbls
xviii be in charge of Mm raul Tuckerman, Mrs
Bichard ll Hunt and Miss Katherine Mlnturn.
Th*- tea table will be presided over by Mrs. Richi rd
Mortimer Mrs, Edmund L Baylies, Ure Whltne
Warren arel Mr* Benjamin Wella. Two rand*
t.it,les will be ls cb.ii-' et smaii children in co*
lumea A larg- number of fancy lablea al which
pr.-tty Christmas glfu -Ul be poid. Among those
in charge of these tables sre Mrs. i:. Livingston
Ludlow. Mrs. Stanley Mortimer, Mn Robert K
Sturgis, Mrs. Richard Irvin, Mrs, Eugene Bchleff?
elln. Mrs Henry Psrisn. '" : I ss Hamilton, Ml
Norri.- Miss Kath, rln*' Livingston and Mis* Beseli
D. lilleid. Th.re will I" nj u ali i the fly pay Haul
at"! ii Sarita Claus room f"i children.
Mi and Mrs William Amory, of n?. ??? \\, at
Fiftv-sev.nth-st.. xxiii BSU lot Bermuda on Thors*
day of cd*, week. ,. , ..
Mr 08 ! ||- JOB ? '" NBVSITl have moved
from their home Ul Washington Place, xxhlch they
occupied lor more than thirtx-six resrs, and which
was a WCddlna present t<> Mrs. De Navarro, t.
No ll Weal !"? Mv-.-'Mu-s';
The rnsrri.!"-." of MISS Katherine Sands to Tlc I
dor,- A. Havemeyer, Jr.. xxiii be celebrated in -race
church on December H
Burden Robinson. Frederick Edward McKay and
Fred, ("rant Voting *'??? *?lv.e, ? .r(;c'A>Ontt together
at tr__r apartments In the Mendelssohn Otee Club
Bulldog. Mft BJ Wast ^rtletb -st.. nex. Fridav
afternoon. There will be music.
Till: ORATORIO SOC'IKTY
It la to g.- feared that so far as the public are
concerned the performance of Qretra solemn mas*
for sixteen voices, unaccompained, ls almost a
thankless thing. It gratifies Mr. DasaffOSCh- artistic
nature, it delights th.* musicians who com." to hear
it, and lt ls a fine aesthetic and artistic indication
for th.* singer**. All th.se things ar- good, and lt
would be a tin.- thing If it could als., be truthfully
said that a p.i foi -malice of the work in*-t BS much
appreciation from the pul.ile in general ns lt has
met each tim- thal t has been sun- from those
concerned ha the perforsasaee. Hui iiaai-o*npsnKd
vocal mri ic of the old Style has little plac- in the
economy of tbe modern concert-room, ll is pitiful
that this should be so; but thc fact cannot be
blinked. True imderstandlns -ind love for a cai-ila
mush" ar-" !,.,t i uitiv.itey in our -diurches, .md tba
tendency of the theatre, xxhiih is dominant in OUT
c.nci rt-.ms, has esirlsd tb.- many far away
fiom tin- province in which siinpl- and pura beauty
of ton.*, beauty of harmony and beauty of VOiCC
pr greeskm make an-pesl. Music ilk- that of OreU'a
ls upUftlng, bot it la aol exciting; ll 'harms
tbs esr, it Boothes the soul and it tires Ibe intellect;
but it dose ii"t irritate tie- i,. rx.-s or stluuilate tbe
superficial fancy or produce Intoxication of the
Bearer emotiona, and hence it fails of effect with
lin- lovera of .lr.iniaf.c BUISie Th." numb'i" "f those
who enjoy it Wholly ls necessarily small, like the
Bomber of those who know and *nj..v ebnaibsf
music at its real value. In giving sic ti music, how?
ever. Mr. Dsaaroacb performs a servlee to art for
which ih** community aboold ba gratefoi The re
xx.irl xviii come in time, and xviii be note th. k*SS
real because ii may not la* apparent lo the Careless
observer. Th- roAnetnenl of taste and gentleness
of feeling Which it ls bound to promote will benellt
all other musical activities of a lofty ki id.
The mass which xxas sung by Hie <? rat..rio So?
ciety at ils lirst concert this season in tbe Music
Hall las( Bight was given lirst on Mareil fl and -'S.
ISM 'Iii." next year il was repeat. I. s<> that it baa
now figured three tines In Mr. 1 lainroscli's achSOM s.
Though il is scarcely practicable t.? perform a
work ..f its character with a society compost 1
*.f hun.in .ls of amateur singers, the cally per?
form?nee* w.re notable achievements, certainly the
most strikine, which Mr. I'.mir.is. h hus placed to
his credit In all his varied and industrious career.
Wu.* it not for the fact that there is a large
unstable element lu all our sliming s,..|. lbs, every
repetition of the work ought to have add..I to its
effectiveness and that of inst nmht bees tbe beal
of tlc series, but th,* fact la that every choral
BOCk ty must be recruited, not only every BC8?OB,
but more or lesa for every concert. Conssojoently,
there is but little I. ii.ince to be placed 0B past
achievements. The ideal choir for music like thIs
mass is a body of eighty or em- hundred profes?
sional cathedral choristers; only with such a choir
and with solo lingara trailed in lb* spirit of the
oi I polyphonic style, which precludes every thought
of Individual a erUon, can a complet* exposition
of the beauty which lie* In the music be made.
Impurities of Intonation, want ,,f precision in et
t.ok ani lack ..f balance between the parts are ut?
terly ruinous of thc composer's Intentions. I'nl.r
dr.- circumstances, it xxas remarltable that Mr
Damrosch accomplished what be did with the
Oratorio Society and his body of iola singers,
chosen, ir may be said, with i"" little regard for
homogeneity nf voice quality. In the more difficult
|..r;i..i,s I., found ii necessary t" nupporl tie-choir
with th.- organ, which was ac , subversive ?f
th,- pur. ly vocal effect cont, tupia,cl by lb." com?
poser, but waa.much preferable t.> a collapse of the
tonal .Mice i'h. soi,, quartet* were composed of
the following Bingera, it being undi rstood that there
is m. difference between them tn respect of Itn
portance Flrsl qusrtei Mis* Lillian Biauv.lt.
soprano. Mis erl Ales cont rafi to; William H.
Rleger, ten,.!, and .x. Dahm-Pet'-rsen, bos* Sec?
ond qdartel Mrs Tl..-., lore Toe ;*. so| ? ..
Marie Maurer, contralto; William Dennison, tenor
aol Alfred Hali.un. bass. Third quartet Mis;
x ti. soprano; Miss Tris th Hamlen
?tait.. William B Wllllama len ar, and Fredei k
Reddall, i..,ss Fourth quartet rime J.???in Mid
decke Mercken . soprano; Mia* Kaisabe'h I) Boyer,
contralto; Charles Herbert Clarke, len r, and
charbs h. Hawley, bass Of Hw Mrs
T.lt. Mis \c..s. Mis* Boyer. Mr Dennison. Mr
Rleger, Mr. Hallam and Mr Hiwley took part In
th- pei formatic-s of 180 and ISM With such m nerlai
careful study and long practice might have accom?
plished results more finish"! In detail Han thoa*
of Let night, 8ul there waa so much t.. delight one
In all the In. il.nts ..f the performance that lt
churlish to cavil ..t anythl I an In
lerestlna f.*' I In connection with Um solo ?.
lt m.iv bc mentioned thal t), third quartet worn
composed of ihe solo lingen* of the Lafayette
Avenue Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn.
COLONEL CAVANAGH BETIEED.
WITlfnnxxvv FttOM ACTIVE SF.BVIOJ" xmi
M kg- IT His OM_l gi QI I -T
Albany. Dee. : Th- followlni -i** lal order
Issn.si to-day by Adjutant-Cieoersl Portei
Colonel lanes OaVSASgh S-tb Berlin, nt.
enter..! the militant lervlc* "f the Stall In tb.
of ',<,:. x* h.. serv.sl th.- country with -real c
during the lat. \x..r ..f th.* Rebellion, x* 1
. ..ion. i ..f his regimen I slnci Novembei -.*. i*.?.
wiro for bl* -allan' and merllorioU* "txlee.
reived the brevet ..f bricsdier-graerai Koveeab*
1?>'.-.'. ls., up,.n los .'1*11 request and und. t the
visions ..f ll. ?' ti. placed iii?.n the retired list
xxith.liawn fi un a. ittve service niel command.
POLITICAL tums AND ENDS.
THU DEMOCRATIC CONFUtBNCE SOT HEt-D.
lt xvas tSpSCted that lier." would h. a meeting
yesterdsy aft'moon of David B Hill, Kdxvard
Murphy, jr.. William W. Sheehan and Bb bard
i rok.r to consider Hie ba M plans t,, ls- pursued t'i se?
line tb.-control of the n< xt state Senate. As a pre?
liminary I" tb- . ..lifer n.e. which lt x*as sail
HTOOld be loll later In lb* "lay. William !?'. Sheehan,
the repudiated leader "i lui.- County, csJIed <>n
dis ..id political sponsor aid tutor, David B Hill.
at the Hotel New Netherlea*] and bad a long talk
with him. Senator Hill had the young man In his
roora i..r aome tune, sod wbea sheehan left the
hot.] h.- did nit look any happier than h.- dil when
he went in. lt la notorious that Senator Hill had
con id, i.ii,ie to .h. x-.ith planning tte- lei.rratlc
tl..ft of th." Senate ill UM, sod ll Ifl B-ppOS-d that
Sheehan call".I upon bim to obtain Instructions
regarding what la sahl t" be Ok- present plan to
..blain ci.liol of that body.
'rt.- conference of the tour had.!- wea nol held,
however, because Senator Murph] did lad gel int..
town in lime to take part In it. Mr. Crohn xxaii.-i
until thc Troy bos* reached here before Bbowing
I ,riiself at th- hot.l * here Murphy Hayed Min
pbx gol lui" town early Inst evening, but h.- had
hardly registered ins iain.- before the dark-faced
ii nier ol Tammanj wai si the clerk's deak In?
quiring foi the number ..i Murphy's ro,,iii S-,m.
pollticisna suv thai croker will nol meet Mr. HUI
anyway, Al sn ti... Mr Murphy and Mr. Croker
v.. . together until a late hour last night, and Mr.
Sheehan for ib- tine teing returned t.. his old em.
ploymenl of meaaengur boy sad ran between the
lu,, hotels, lt is supposed that Mr Murphy to-day
will ui.cf bl* colleague and xxiii tell bim what Mr.
Croker thinks >>f Hi.- plan to steal the Senate.
Till) VIROINIA BEMATORSHIP PIOHT.
Rlchmood, Va., Dec. t The Virginia Legislature
meets on Wednesday next, and one of the chief
features "f interest ls the contest for th.- Halted
stat.s Senatorsblp. WeU-laformed politicians de?
clare that H.- S.na toi select will be Senator Hun
ton snd Oeneral Fltshugh Lee, (he former for the
short term and thc latter for the loni* lerra. Sen?
ator Hunton appear* to have Ititi. ,.r no aerioua
opposition, wini.- ii, the cotiter t for th.- long term
there ai." several i pliant* Tbe .attie, however,
la evidently between Oeneral Lae and Thomas Mar?
tin, the Iii'lids ol each claiming a majority on the
lil i ballot From a careful review of ail th.- ,-,,?.
dillon* "i '!"? race th,, chances nr? decidedly In
favor ol I.-.. _
A MISTIHAL SAVRS HALLEN HIS (il'l'li'i:
Troy, li.-,... 2 (Spei lal).?The ipio-wairanto pro
ceedlngs to oust James ll. Hallen, Deaaoer?tte
president of tbe villa--'" of Lansing,ure. xxhich bax .?
be n _-tag "ti fof the last two months In th.
?iuprcme Court, ended to-ni-tht. The Jury dtssgreed
ani was discharged The testimony in favor *if
John Magee, ihe Republican candidate, was pre.
ponderant, and In the course ..f the trial point rd
evidence ol fraud was niven.
DECLARING IN FA\'<m OrOEORQg B MALBY
The majority of the RepubUcaa raembera <>r
the Aseembty i" Brooblys .md tba real of i.*>.ig
Island ni" i on Friday evening and agreed io sup
tMirt Oeorge R. Maitiv. of si lawrence County,
i,.r sp- Hot. \*'i. i.m J. v.eitir.-s. of (lyster Bay,
tor clerk, end Frederich Hemps! >r, "t Brooklyn,
for S* rgi in' at-Arins of the Astmbly.
BROLAKB WAXTB EKIFMOCTTY, TOO.
From The St. .lana | C,.,z. m.
wuii every "uoapeei or s raaulausBce of the High
Tn.ff ie America, .md with BO diminution of the
Proiectlonl . feeling In moal puts ,,- Burope. it
.. pit] thst our For.-rrri Office canadt euc*
.I ii an nain* commercisl convenUon* x*ith
h... . ? untriee th.t really do show some dispo?
sition t" deal erRh us. But, f.u- cause* which, te
? ,,,. .. outside H.- F. " clrrles, ..Te n,,t al all clear,
t... sort >.f desi-,, tn m iel f.-r
e|an n. 1.-0:1. I"* half-way. There is Spain, tor In
1 min xv.oh which, for many r-ssoaa we
,. , '.,? to nias- a commercial treaty ir we cm. But
..'.j.,, hat bsppenedj ^\-,.,t sir Henry Drumm ind
Wolff was last In Kng.an.l we un-lerstan 1 tbs he
laid before Lord Rosebery tba view* <.f th.- a
Oovernment, *'"i" BpeclaUy desi.-* a coasldersble
reduction in th* duty en Spaawh wtnea and *ome
modlHcaiion ol th* re?trictlona on lb* import ot live
cania Both demand* bay been absolutely re
fused and so th> commercial treaty -st. 111. Spain la
hunk- ut. ataln Indefinitely, and another lin* r_ar
ket la only half open to ua.
THK KARL OF WARWICK.
London. Dec. 2.-The Earl of Warwick died to?
day at Warwick Castle.
, The nobleman whose death la announced In the
! als.v.* dispatch bore the title of the famous "____?>
Maker" of- the Wars of the Boses, but was not
descended from him nor was he his successor, that
ancient line of Karls of Warwick having become
extinct many Keneratlons a?o. Guy of Warwick,
limed In Chaucer and Shakespeare, is reparded as
half mythical, though perhaps to be Identified with
the Norse hero -gil. of Kin-" Athelstan's army.
Tba smieol Barta ol Warwick arere Beauchamps,
xx bib- th- "King-Maker" was Richard Neville, who
l.,me Karl of Warwick through weddin* Anne
Beauchamp, dnngbter pf the Illustrious twelfth
EBlt Th.- present line ls named Hreville, and is
descended from Sir Fuike OrevUle, a favorite
courtier of Queen Elizabeth. He was aid to bc
8. .lided from William I'., au. hamp, a younger
broth.-r Of lb.* eighth Karl "f Warxvlek, of the old
line, und acconlln-tly Kot from Janies 1 a Kraut "f
Warwick Castle and its dependencies. He was
, also made Baron Brooke. Ons of Ms successors, tba
eighth Baron Brook-, was ta 1748 male Karl Brooke,
and. In 1761, Earl of Warwick. The nobleman who
ii-mnntHrv law was *o accurate that he was fre
ouentu a__*a!ed to by member* to decide knotty
__e-tl___^ Ind through all the bitter partisan
atruKg^'o 'the reconstruction period, thc Hayes
Til len controx-vrsy and later, the fairness and ac?
curacy of his reports were never once successfully
PE PAUL HUFFMAN.
Dr Paul Hoffman, one of the assistant super
int. ndents of public schools In this city, who wai
Be-rarely Injured by a Broadway cable car lr
front of Palmer's Theatre, November .1, died at
2 o'clock yesterday morning in his apartment at
the Alpine. Thtrty-thlrd-st. and Broadway. Up tc
Thanks.lxinK Hay strong hopes of his recovery
?rats ent*B*latoed Tbe injuries he received, al
though serious, were not considered fatal at BM
lime, lt ls believed that internal injuries wer*.
received, but he rallied from tbaaa wnen pneumonia
set in and his death resulted. Dr. Hoffman anil
crossing Broadway, n.ar Balm'r's Theatre, 8*8)88
he was confused by the danging gongs of the
.ab!- can, sad before he enid muk.; up his min.!
which way to retr.'..t be was struck by cable cai
No. M. which was gulag al fu" s?'(''",? a"'' ***
knocked dov. n. As be was a man of unusually
targa frame, the reader of tba cir did not throw
hlm ofT th- track, but roded bim over and ovei
in front of the car.
Dr. Hoffman had a most varied and romantic
career, tte was born iii Berne, Switzerland, fifty
"**? WARWICK CASTLE FROM THE AVON*.
ha* inst died, was his great-grandson and the fourth
Bari. iJeorge Ouy OrevUle was t',.rn March Et, H1R:
waa educated al oxford, was Member "i the House
i of r..mnions from IMS lo UN, when he BUCCeedi I
I hf* father in th** Peerage; and ha. since been an
nlde-.n-i amp t.. the Queen Ula residences wera
Stahl.- Yard. St .lalues's. London, and the fain..us
< Warwick Castle, in Warwickshire.
Ills successor, the lifth Karl, is his eldest son.
Bichard Francis, Clint l.s Ouy Ui.wlle, xvho has
borne tb.- courtesy title ..f Lori Brooke. M.- wa*
born in I*-.",, educated at oxford, and has served in
i th- noun- ,.f Comaiona since ina. ll" is perhaps
te?t known as tbe husband "i Lady Brook", who
now becomes Countess "f Wsrwlck, and "I" > !
f.r the last doz.-n >.-.,;s been one of ti..- most con
splcuoua Itgurea In English society. Hhe was Mi ?
Francs Kvelyn Maynanl, a great heiress an!
fatuous beauty. When sb" x\as henty years ,,|,|.
i which was in 1MB, she WPM pi-SOOt. I il COgrt, and
I literally look London by norm. The ...uri chron?
icle"- -.''ti! int.stasles over the graceful manner
lin which she mal.- h.r "curtsej t" the Queen."
.\I,.re,,-.. r. sh.- had ..ii m. ..ne of fUOftOt a yeer
Sic was married to Lord Brook.- m FebrUBiy. Is''1
I Th- ceremony t""k placi lu Westmlneter Abbey,
and rivatts- a royal -addi?a u> aplendor mil in
.popular kBlerest Tbe Prtac* and Prttjcess ol Wslea
were pr.s.ut. Brine." I..,,|?,ld. Luke of Albany.
served a* best man, and Dean stanley prooouBced
the i? r,.,h.non i n :.r the marrisg* Bettlemenl it
was fixed that th. bride's -SUI*- should always be
lc i 1 s.pai.it.ly from tbe Karllom "f Wu Wak and
its property. Tbe lui-, by the wa;, was adorned
uith x?r..iths .md iii t.i ol ?'..'-? and x\a<
popularly called the "daisy bride."
Lord and Lady Brouk* have I, uk le
among the mosi Intimate friend "f th
run, .ss ,,r Wal* . and there has been s.n.' scan
dalous gossip among Lady Brooke'* envious .ml
Mallei.ms ...?i,i rival r? _ .iiu,- h. i relation* ??*,'
the prince, To tlc-*, calumnies she has r-malmtd
proudly Indifferent. In h.-r ..wu count) "t Ksse*
nus ne* Couti tea* ,,t Warwick ha* ever been uni
*?! .Hy and justly beloved allk. b) rich and i.r,
f..r lhere are !? ? women arho hav* done so mu.-h
a- .-h.- bas to Improx ? th.ndltlon of t:...s. les*
liii.i.illy endowed and I- M fortunately situated than
herself. At Reston, lei country Beat, she hu. or?
ganised aol maintain- I ai let expense a school
where over ? bundi d girls of the neighborhood are
..I,. ..tel and taught dall,IV al, I feminine trades.
sub as lacemahlng, embroider) ,>f underwear, eic,
cominan.ling good r> numeration for the present
mid a pleasant livelihood for th* future, and many
are tho "jeunee Miamiana" of the 1 padoa modlatra
?ii ie. hone I
I": lt;, al, I
_ m ?'/ A **\T
and milliners who srg Indebted for tleir present
lucrative positions tn the education with which
the* were provide*! b) h.r bounty She does nol
teak." friend* easily, has a horror, which she doe*
noi attempt lo dlaguhw, for all borea, and for every
thins commonplace and sh.un. and possesses .?>
mind of much originality, which is as active and
as to tar physique. Sh. |? somewhat Indif?
ferent t.. the conventional lau.-, of English society,
especially when tbey nm countei to h.r Inclina?
tions; an,; thi-. couple,! w|th her utter Indifference
to public opinion, has. perhaps, constituted tbe
oricli! and basis of lin nr. n> mendacious stories
Which bite I, li told about h.-r.
Tb.- n.-xx Countess of Wsrwli k ls far more beau?
tiful than even tb.- heal of lei- photographa make
h'i appear. Her frlendi aai ihat they have never
yt se,,, ., p.,mail that did h.r iiisiio. wiih her
*?? iith of chestnut-brown hair, h.r violet blue ,.v. _
sad h.r esqulBll.mpiexion. sin* has alway*
se.-m.-d the perfection of fresh, delicate and lll'y
lik.* Bngllah bvelln ss i? one thing, however, she
ls entirely un-Bngliah, and that is in ber taste for
dr.-ss Th.-re Sra few women hi London xx hos.'
toilets are more perfect in every amy and more
in hann.,n\ xxith their wearer than ttcs" of the
Countess of Warwich. Sh* is one of tbs best
whip* in Bngiand, and driv.s a four-in-hand, hand?
ling the ribbon* in a delightful manner. She also
rid-s to hounds, h-r well-iaade pink hal.it helli?
on" of the m""t striking object* in the Kssex
htinttiiK field A model hostess, "le- 1. never seen
to -i.-ater advantage than when ministering io
'h.- .oin:,,rt of h.-r nii.sts in h.-r Louis Qustorse
drawing-room, where sh. keep* so manx- of h.-r
wedding present* she h..s transformed tlie school
cote of hei- .hil.Iii.I ni,, i Queen Anne boudoir,
and Kartoo i. .I..- i . aa n -ard* furniture, appoint
ni-nts and equipment of every kind, one of the
most perfect country houses in England. Like the
Marchioness of .ii mb*, sh.- la a clever artist, and
som- ,f h*-r srater-colora bax.- attracted public
attention by th. ir delicate beaut* Mho ls endowed
v.ith a r-harmlng voice, with much lightness of
touch on tbe plan... and with a facility for lan
French, fi minn and Spanish bein*; as
familiar to h.*r as h-r native tongue, sin- li aleo
i writer of ability, and her recent article in "The
Pall Mall MaKa/ine ? xx bi be pleasantly -.membered
by Innumerable readers.
CHABLKS .1. HATES.
Washington, Doe. _ -charl, s J. Haye*, who
vince 187? had b.-.n th.* press report of th*
Houae a. Repeoasntatlvee, dh i tins aa-ratag ai
his h.me In Anacostla. in this city. Ha emf
strlcken with locomotor ataxia ia f.mi of paraly
sj i during th- pr,,|,,nL... | d-bar-; in the Senate on
UM Silver bill, when he assisted hil father, Henry
? J. IIiX'.c th.- X'teran raporter Sf lb* Senate .md
House proceedings, snd never rallied from tbe
shock. ??Charley'1 Hayes, as he wa* unlveraallj
called, was kn.wn to nearly every public man. and
ama lik-si and i-esnected b) all. He and his father
have recorded all the ;;rent Occurrence* of Na?
tional history at thc Capitol for the last twenty
year*. The younger Hayea'a knowledge of par
years ano, and as a vonni; man he went to Berlin
to sim,iv in the university there, ll" was graduate.1
from this institution with hi?h honor and then
took part In a Polar expedition. Returning from
the extreme North In .-a.'.;.. be traveUed eatea*
lively in the Bast, and al Johore he became a
physician to the Suit m. and received .. decoration
aa ., mark of Imp.u.i approval. In Japan he en*
tired upon the prsctli.f medicine and acquired
S biri;." fortune, lb lost his money, however,
in unfortunate Bpecutatlons, and coming to America
he settled at Cornwall on the Hudson itecomln*
Intel led in educational matters, he caine ta Hew*
York City in i "Cj a* a teacher in a grammai
Behool. In laTI be was promoted to vice-principal
..f tbe mah department of Grammar School Ho,
Et, in lin Kl"', .nih Wald. From this place he WSJ
elected, July, 1881, sn assistant superintendent ..(
the public si.is in the city, h [ding the plao
al th.* time of ins death.
Dr Hoffman leave* many friends. whom he often
ini i arith lu- varied accompUahmenta a*,
a linguist, mu kian and physician. The depart?
ment of mualc ani manuel training in the pubU.
in this city bad i.ii lefl largely In his
bands f..r the list few yean, He also bsd a grant
d< .1 to do with the supervision of the instruction
of language* In th ? different schools. Hs nave
much of ins income to benevolent end educational
enterprises, and performed many acta of charity,
which were known to no one except hims, if and
the recipient* ..f his bounty. Many of the poor
pupils suffering from eye trouble received eye*
gi i .1 th* (spense af Dr. Hoffman, In ordet
thal tl...', might continue their studlea from which
they wo ir I have been debarred by poverty.
Th* funeral et hr Hoffman win taka pia... |?
gt. Mark's i ?lunch Se. ond-ave and St. Mark's
Place, at t ;.. o .lock to-morrow evening.,
JAMB- O, cai'MI'S.
Jamel Q Cadmua, original owner of th? site of
.1.niel.I. \. ,|, died on Thursday at his bOBM in
l'.issac. He v. is seventy-eight yeera old. Ha aad
Ins blot lens, up io 187J, owned * famous m. -lon
f.uni in Bergen County, opposite Passaic City.
In that year st.,1e Senator smith, Burr-gate Mr
DanoldB and ailbert l>. Bogart paid g_.0n0 to the
''."imus brothels f u about 106 ...les They wara
caught In the panic ,.f i\;.!, and had to lal Un?
bind rex-, it to Cadmus, who aold it to Daniel Van
Winkie for about fSO.OOl). Van Wink!.- kept the
land inni' IBM, -hen he *old it in disgust to Mr.
Bogart for f:-..t?-.. fJarfield now has about MM
people, and the approximate value ,.f the .,;.i
tarni I* noO.eaa. Mr, Cadmua l"ft txvo sons and
THBOUOH l-BBPBB TO N'KW-futi.KANS.
..iu Wsabingrton, Roanoke, chattanooga and Blr
mlngham, have** New-York ~> p, na, daily on th**
"ghenandoah Limited," from r.*ot ..f I.ll..trty-el .
via Koynl Blue Lin* nnd Shenandoah Valley, 'l'ln
inR car to Chattanooga.
No < lirl*lii.;i? nn.l gOOT Veiir'a lilllie ahould
br vMlli.il k i..iti, nf Dr. Blegvrt'a .xiui.. lura Bitters,
Ui" -.rid p ti,..*n.- ippetUet ut exquisite Savor. Beara**
I rim ii it Wine lo.'a
'...!.i> HI-. Xl.' CHAMI'AONR.
fer sal. by . il leading arin* dealers and gtoeoto,
ll. I. Hill.lK.il,
Mjiu/retunr el in,.-i rms al tawes* price*,
...I UUOADWAY, inn 17 li?t.
DEANS ARNOLD lu Weet Cheater, Tenn . "ti Hov. -**.
Ism rc Hal* Trinity Church, hi Rev. Kmnrii K Arnold,
Mr ''i,.s lltrberl Ileana, ol New-York >'uy. and H*"*a
Hrlnton, daushtei ol officiating ciergyraan.
LAPKERTl CROPS!* On Thuraday. Nov. 80, at ' .'l>?
j. m. it tb. I-.--. I.!,.r til-- brbli ? parenta, Na 1,288
n,,,., st Brooklyn, i\ tie Rev. Mcllvlll* 0. Chapman
l>. i... RJIth ii. .M,sr da-ghtei ol I), xx. Cruuae, to
John M. Lafrert:.
Rei ling and Bedford (Penn.) papen plea** copy,
Notices of marriagea must be Indorsed with
full nutiie and address.
BITTER?Al Ridge*.I, N ?' "it Bafarday, D_r**m_er
Sd, .1 'lui i'lasui Hu., in thc s ent) third year ,,
lllS ..". 1
louie*.,I ri..tn ins late j- -i lin. ??. Prospect-*!., Monday,
ll, ember 4th, al :t p. m
Train leave* ChambvrB-Bt. al I _D p, m.
t'ARLE On li.-.-. Sd. 1888, KU* Maud* Carle, .laughter
ot Mi William Kiiss.ii Htnadale, -': Reynold* T*rrae?,
Orang N .1
Kui lt ?? , i funeral hereafter,
CARLISLE Budda?ly, bb Friday, Daeemaer lat, Mat]
I ...... V* i'l le I.el,| al ll' r lesi.l.liee. .\,,. *._,
Hark'--.vc, Brooklyn, on Monday, D-cembar 4th,
at \2 ,.'? look.
CARGILL xi Merris Height*, December I. Henry lb.**
?ni Can III. ageil 70
"*unei-al s I .... ' '?* Il I- h"; I al I- If.a,I sro r |_, tho
i i- Bedford and M ?? ton itt .
New-York .'if., "ii Monday, December 4, at ll o'clock
DEXTEIl Al ill Stat.--a . Albany, N. E., ..n thi MU
N X'tn'.e.-. Cynthia Reynold* Dellar,
. i. Fran* is _* pau Fob, In
th ii Uh (-ear of hi
N.ran rral liar-after.
i!I..)i'.'KM'.i: "ii .-.eu,l.y. Dei rober -M. Uga, ai
Frankton "ti tbe Main. Orrman-*. Bram* Salomi
daughter "t ti"- lat* Fred-tick xx. Qloecfcner, .,f New
HAZELTINE < mi Nov. .loth, *__?, Marv Kewsmith, wife
of* Add?OB H lb. wi ;ln.
Service* *l late r**ld*nca, til* ri Ridge, N. J., Monday,
I..-. Ilk, Bl I B'clw -?
Ini..tiani at __-Tt**OWB. ,
HOFFMAN?Dr. Pawl lb rr ma ii. A*Bl*tanl Superintendent
,r a*'h.ul* "f N. v . t.intel _.:. law, .*?>-<i BO yean-,
N.,ii. ? ,,i fun.-nil la morrow,
1 lease emil lt..?"|s.
Hun Xt Stan-ford. (_*__. I NB < niter -I. 1SI.3. Iliu.ey
Hoyt, In till 7-a *?". i".
Nu".., I . I I.in.rul liereufler.
I RINO ER-On f>.-e. i, ISBB, at tirio a. m.. rranrtB M.
inn r il arrvloe* ta tal," place Sumlny evening. Dec, A,
al U -.M M., al 7 --tock.
KILI..1. uti'* Bu* I' lUdd* nlv. aa the SMirBh*g of [ie."."!ii
I., i .'?! I'S?, .it the hosie ol lits. XX ai. P, ll, I'ti.-i wm.
rsi Filth a ??".
l',.t,r.,l ....,.' _ ill he li.I,| at the above residence, .Sun?
day, December -d. ut 2 p, ai.
ino'iteii' it Philadelphia
LA MI *ON xi io ii Bay, 1.. I.. Dei-ember 2d. Ol!?.m
l.a-ri loll. au..I "-ll wars.
Int* mew ",n T-saday, D*can*b.r 5th, at Bridgeport,
<,,ir :?> .. '..iel.* pap*r* ph ? ?.? , ft].
mu.i.ku ti a* Milt. i. aa* l tl j
Funeral from tr* l'r*. terian ''lore ti. Monal Kioto, M,
v.. ?n Monday, Dae. Uh ..i ll at
smith On Friday, Dec*?thar let, al lb* r**ld*se* "f h.-r
...ninia*, .'li,rt"* . M, .ih'mi : o-r. No, .'si l:..* "*. t> ? -_.*?..
S'e'.. Rn i I. ?- c., wldoa ol Captain Theodore
Hmfth, .f suma - [aland, Coan., rn th* WHh year "f
Funeral i". it.
Norwalk " '??. i i papari i;
WADE "it >:.inii".|.iv murnini-. Oliver _**__* Wade,
- hil*] ..r Oliver mai Fanny Hot-rook xx.ide,
a n| i".*.'.. \. tra
Kuli.'! *1 |?'l' ale.
WILSON At Mi. Vernon N'.*v-Y..ik. OB FridBgi DSSSBV
i-.r I, i-i.::. Martha Wilton, m um 8M rear ?f he.
Knn.'i.il larvtO** will b* held nt her lute ?___-<?, \".
IIB -- "U* li 4th-av_, Mt. X'.'inon. "ii M..tula.*. l?'"'-mi>tr
I _t 2 .. ?l,. k p. ni.
C.. ilia* will he lu walling on arrival of the 1 r03 n_in
from Grand Central Depot, N*w-Ilav*n R. R
A.- Free View,
DAT AND NIGHT.
BEAUTIFUL. OLD CHINESE
BLUE AND WHIT.:, SINULE COLORS, |
VARI Bli ATKD S11AI > KS, . ,
JADES. AGATES, AMBF.il, AMETHYST VASES, i
Collected by ,
A. S. FOBE8, ESQ.,
of Sl.-n.hai, Chins.
SM,E WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY AND
Dee. lt, 7 and 8, *t _:-0 p. m.
ROnEr.T SOMKRVILLK, ORT* il BS * CO., -
FIFTH AVENUE ART GALLERIES,
Ml Fifth Axe., n.ar 81th ht.
A.?Br The llfili Avenie Auction -tooses,
Wm B. Norman, Auctioneer.
A MARVELLOUS SALE
BBUMKLS ACADEMY col,I,KCTIOI?
OE AMT MOIU I.LA1X>, IVOMtt (ARVIN*'-.
AND MAKQI'liTKUir Fl ll X ITU BK,
'Ilie large*! -nd BSSSt Vienna and lint-rial Sevres
Vj?. | from ttl." y
FAMOUS SPITZEK .;OLI._CT___f,
__Ub__a Massey ami Tu. 'tty. I). ..inlier 4 and _.
sxf.K Mt AVCEEOM
WF.MXFSDAY. Till!_?__. XM> FRIDAT,
Vi, ."inlier ii. 7 mil ti. Ht _ o'i lock .-ch day.
A i-i iii 1.- Present*
FINK EMJEMMMM AT MDDl.UATli I'llli KB.
Illgh ?Hm millaa* and ?sssseUum, costing with
h.ulan,.' tran.,' from **i upward. Al.-,, li.,-; W_r ColaBfc
beth __Bsrlcaa bm mbbjs.
FREDERICK KEPPEL _ CO.,
MALLS, j AXI> ?_() EAST lO'i'lI-ST.
CHICAGO, | (XKAR UNION Sv|>. M. Y.
A.?_."i lo III IVr Cent Savi*il on Grocer len,
1KAS, CO Fl KKK, CANNED '.onus. IV IX PH,
LlQt'iiIlS. Produce, lltitur. Innis .*.,. xv," an" dir'-*
receiver* _n<l -rsl hand*, xv*" *?? -1* families at **ic.i.:?-i
iai,cs. in i.H.-..naiii,. .|.i.uit h.s. s.ini. price* ?* na d*
.rs; un -rood* delivered free, in and oat Bm city, wa
<iinite (em ?trice.'*; Nen Tee*, 88?811 .eau; licet Java
Minna i,.:t"-. _o _.-, ,.m-. California canned, 8-BMBd
fro lu, 83.50 ti..-, -ii v.., m.i.- :?'?? 11.88 dnaaai li***
lsiii Wblakey, ".1..", Miloo: CaUfitrnla Wine*, *-.(X> J"**"
i|naits. i jil. .,,,,1 trial .iril.r. nr for price ll?t. A*-"M_?
I CO., xvii .I.-ai." Oroce-B, Blt-IO ui-eawlch*?.; esl. tue)
XII*** llru*li'N l)e?*oriitlv<* Studio*,
LORN KU _-'l> M'. .XXI) BROADWAY.
EXHIBITION x\D KALK uf n__nl_ceirt e.i.hrnidered
Wall Hawing", I'lirllei.s. Nr'."|.s ht., St.. tor lion**
decoration. December 1 t*. 10, ll A. If. till 0 1*. M.
longres* Mgirluej Water. _
Thi- famous neter I* nt- il.* a nie** e'aboreto tuulsgl
reston- u. uti its tenaor Bir<*.i*,'t- ana _tc*l_s *.
The ('mw* Lu vrinlor Satin.
A new revelation nt h.-nltli .. >i r?"ie?h"neut. Bo *iire
yin ged tho gnu nine. AlWBf* In cro~n"_|ii?n_ bottle"*.
reraan (Baili fer iiie areeh eadlaaj P*_?*_?_ ?"h -Ul
cloie (promptly In all eas. .-t al tins otaco, tl follow*.*
81'NDAT Al ??'' p. tn tot Boeot Ott fora per a_8>
Ryvenger. from New-Orlea.i*, ai ?_ p. m. for Tru-lllo,
pei ... *. 8. Plsaattl, from N w-Orieans: at ?- p. m. for
1 t'..sta Ri, a vii 1.irn..n per . ? X. Dumol*, from N**w
Or lean*; ai I JO p. m. from ft Mene-Mln-elon, p*r
i hi. run. r from North Sydney.
M.iXI.AY-At _ i>. m. foi Betlle, I'ti-rto ''ortez and
Guatemala, per ?? ? ? BtBlweter, lcm X.w-Orleans; at'
>;..".. p. m. for .-lunn mei Japan, pei* etearo-r, tram \ an
, couver detier* must be directed "via Vancouver. )
TUESDAY At I a. m. lor Euroa*, par ?. ?-? Isre*. ".IB
I Southampton and Bremen (l_"t_r* for IreUsd mu-t ho
! directed "per Kpr-*-*"); al ll a. m. nupplementary ll ?O
a. m.i f..r Ver__u*la and Caracua, par a a Cara as det
, tara for Colombia *.* Curacna must be .liicted "per
Caracas-'); al 1 p. m. for Scotland direct, per *. r. tor
(icier* must be directed "per Furne*slV); at
j ... p. m. fer Belgium dlrecl pel t. .?. Md-.uland, via
Antwerp Better* mual h* ii.-, t.-.t '"per H.-lirenland"!.
\VKi'M:.-*i'AX ai - '-'M u. tu f'.r Euro**, p<t ?. a
I Merlin, via S ,utliaiii|it.ii (letter* must I- llrected per
Merlin".; kl ll a ni far Fortune Isl..tel. lf.ivli texcept
' Jeremie) an.l Bavanllla, atc., per a ? Atlie?, al .". a. m.
I fr Oreytown, per *? ? Muan,la ilettem f,.r Mellie
Ouatemala Puerto Porte* and Truxlllo mun If .lireeted
i "Int Miranda"); at 13-H | BL i*_W*_-_rnUnr - p. m.)
f.n- Europe. p?*r a ?-? MaJeatlc, lia Qu-cnato-a; ?t I p.
m. for 'uii.1. per a l. City ol Wa-hfnstoa, vi* Havana;
at 1 p. iii. f.,r In mu i. Cage Hain, ti. .titi *..-?, .*-t. Marc,
and i".ti I. Pall, per ti a El Call..t 1 p. m. (supple?
ment..rv 1 :.**<> p m.. fer Win!*'at,1 NUmls. p?r -. a
Muriel lietter* f..r Orenada. Trlaldad aad To bag* mun ba
directed "per Muru I "i; al I'M p. m. tor Helgnim .llreet,
per s. s. XV. si. inl.m.l vie Antwerp tleitHr* m.ml ba
directed "pot We_tei_laad"*; at B |>. m. for <'a|H- ciiony
und .Natal. 00* r. ?. Aral', x la ''ape ToWBi at ?.'! D. Pl- tot
Puerto Porte*, per n i. "'itv ..f Dallaa, ft"m Ne?-riri.>ai__
THI'HSI.XV Xt U m. far Ui-enaiia. Trlnl.lal, T.*l>a/f*
an.l l.etiiernrii. per (. ?*. Carib l'rln.e: ai I p. m. fer
N-ili.i lands direct, per h. i, IMam. via K"tiep1am iletter*
nui^t ba direet.-d "per ?_*"*">; al I p. Bt tnupply 1 :J0
p. m i f.r Bermuda, i"-r f. ?. Orin.; ai 1 p, tn ..supply
j at 1 :.'Kl p. m.. f..r Xa.-sau. X. P., and S.uitl IK ". CSBS, P*T
*. s. Niagara.
FKIli.XY -At II 0. m. tsupily II_M a. in i for Fortune
Ulanda, .laina!. * and Jeremie, per ? ?. Alvern iletier*
j,,r Coat* Kl. a, * la Linion mu-t be direct?I "per
\ ena") al 1 p. m. for Porto Rico direct, par a *.
Callina; al *3 p. m. for _**a* del J'..r.?. per e. - Tyr.
from Ken ' irleani
.*? XTI'ltl'.XY At 2 3ti ii. m. for Frail'".*. Svcurerlawi,
Italy, Spain. I'ariu-al. Turk.*" and British ln*Hn. l*r a
s 1.., Bourgoana, vu Havre; ai -?_? '? m. for Kucpe,
per s. .?. i."i, ama. vi,, Queenetown iletteni for tie-many
Fran. e. Switzerland. Mah. Spam. PortUS-l, Turkey and
llritiih in.lia mu.si N- directed "p.r Lu. inls"); al I a.
in for Qermany, per ?, i* Trave, vi* Bremen .l?tter? far
otli.r pan* >.f l-Urope, via Southampton and Diemen.
mual be directed "per Trave""i al *> .. m. for Genoa,
per f s l"'ul.ia IJelter* must !?? ,ln,?,..?.I "|..-r Kulda");
al s ,|,i ,, m. for \m Piala cons-lie* direct, per e. 0.
Dalton. ?t ll a. m. fr N*th-*r__dl -lu ?-< t. per ?. a
Wei kenda m. via Motterdam .letters munt t>e directed
'?per rVerkendam"): al ll a. m. for Campeche, t'hlapa*.
Tabaaeu and If uratan, pet ?. *. Orizaba ijetter? for oilier
Heil .ni Stat** and Cuba niiift te directed p,'r Ort*
laba"); at 1-' m. for Vi-ne-uela Pttracao and SavanllU.
via Curacoa, per h. s. Maracalb* liattar* for other
."?limblan i^.ri* must ba directed p.r M ira, alb, 'i; at
ti .'lu p. m. for Aii.".tralia and Hatpall. f*?r Hteamer froSI
Vaaoouver netter* hiuhi l*> dlrectad "via Vancouver"!.
Malll f'.r .'liinr* and Japan, per *. h. Meru (from Sag
Francisco) .-lose her." dally up to _-*e*t__*r "-.I at 8;J0
p. m. Malls for Australia, Nev. -Zealand. Hawaiian. FIJI
bi I Samoan Uland*, per ?. ?. Alameda .fem San Fran
. |oae ber* dally up ta l.mber *ilth al ?W p. m.
.or on arrival ai Mew-York <>i ? a i-itiuna -ith Mntinb
ni?Hs* for Australia). Maits f. . Hawaiian IsI-ipIh. per a
- Aii-italia if oin San Fran, ls. ol. doa* here drill} up _|
l>.mber MTih at li.iiit p. ni. Mail* for the Soeletf
Island*, per "inp Tropic Mini (from Sun Franclaco), clo**.
her* dali* up to i '.i em"-r ?-'.''.t'l at 8"_u p. m. Mall* for
China, lapin. Hawaii SSd Au.-tralu. via Vancouver,
...ilies..,! only) doa* al tim oftlae dally at
o Ao p. m Mtiili- for Newfoundland, l.v rall to Hallfai.
nd iia-n. ?* by (teamer rtoae al tins an.|,,tiy _i s:;_)
m. Mail* for Miquelon, by rall t,, Boyton, and thenc*
imer. close al this office dally at **:_0 p, m. Malta
for . lilia, by rail to Tampa, Fla., ami thence hy Hearne*
<e?*iliiik M?nda>e, Thuraday* and -aiurdayai. doa* at thia
dall) al -;:k. ... m Mails for Meileo, ..vertHnd,
unleai tpaclally *dili_*B*< (or <ii-i_t*.h b> itcamer, clo**
at (lil* elli,, dall* at 1 n. m.
CHARM'S XV. DArrOK, P?**tma?er.
'ftttglatar-d mail rleaca al '. p. m. navleaa Jay.
ALL Si.ri.S' CHURCH, Madlaon-ave. .ind *->th-?t., Rev.
U Hi:i:i;tt NEWTON, D. I>. Rector. Rev. WILLUM
KIUKt'S. LL. lt., will preach ut ll a. m. and I ;.'10 p. m.
A BBRVICM fAllTICII'ATKI. fX f!Y ttOMM THAN
two hun,lied uln!,lien, c.lal Inf of Miigini? and i.ella
t,.:is ii held even Sunday aft, moon ;:t AAo. to which
Ihe public i- Invited, In Hie FIXF I "Ol NTS HOVM OF
ix.iisiiiY. i.v, xx.rtii-ct. Donation* of cloth?, and
?hoe* are soil. lied.
CALVARY BAPTIHT ' III'H.'II. West r.Tili-ai., near
Oth-ave. Tuesday evening, December .'.iii. at S o'cloch.
Firm Annlveraary Eserclaci .,f the Nrw-Torfc Clljr Map*
tist Ml--I?n Bo.*le( Addre*_.? l> Hon. rim*. L. r.illiy,
I'l.s.. and Rex-. <;???. C. Larimer, I>. f> . of M..*t..n. Th*
Swedish Mal- Chorus *-.ll mik. The iommi*?|,.ne*l ofll*
..is ,,f th.- ll lt ll of New-Tork City will act a* usher*.
Th* public cordially invited
CALVARY i'IU'IK'H. ith iv., and Uat-L. R*r.
HENRY V. -ATTERLEH, l?. I> . Reetor Services Da*
,.?!,.!, r :i ll.,lv .'??mmuirloii. s nn.l Ki a. m.; morning
?arvie* and rn I ?am witu Holy CoaUawnloa, tl a. m.; Bun
diy-s, Iik.I. .1 p. m.; children'* s.i.i, ... ;i;i.', p m., even
mi. | ia*.!. .'. o'clock; spe lal n-rn.v p.r men, s p. ra.
lu sattkui.KK will preach in tbe murnini aad
BISHOP MMKXXKK in Ht." eveOi-S. AU cixdlally tn*
fliltlsT CHURCH, Boulevard mid 7l*t-*t., Dr. J. a\
SIIII'M.XX. Rector. Momm* Servite, ll o'clock. Ev?_*
inn sci i Ice Bl B,
s .ii la* ?. ho"i at to a. m.
CHITRCH Or Till'. MESSIAH, comer of :iltli-?t. ang
I'ark-ave, Service* at ll a m. Mteuchlng b> Kexi,
KOBERT fi'l.I.YF.ft. Subject, -'.Sun*-* for All .Seasona"*
Tile public cordially Invited.
FIMST MAI'TIST I II lilt ll Hlt'NlKLYN In ihe Acad?
emy ..r Musi.. Rev. CORTLAND MYERS. ITeacher.
Mornlns Hermon. An hinthuslasllc Church." Evenln
sermon, "CapltaJ *:.l L-bor," ihe flftii In the seri*
"Spark* from tba ItraaWe." -ololst*-Momlnc Alt
I'm,I,, svenlnc, Mi** .'hi l?i le MacDonald and J.
M., Inn. Mule qUSIt-t.
HOLY THIX1TY CHI K<H ilAKLKM.
Lem.x-a*e., ci l-_d-*i .
Kev. CHARLES D'W. HKII?iKMAN/ l>. D. Rector.
Muralsa prayer. **rsMs ..u.i Holt communion, ll
o'clock. Ev*n_ag arayai aad aarsBM, 7?)'? ..'lock
Th* Rector mil pre..ch in ihe m iinlnir. and Ree.
THOMAS lt HARRIS, D. lc la the ..vening.
MRS. UKI.MX S. BRIOHAM. K'nickerb.?ker i'on**r*-*j,
'? ton, ii W*SI lttlist .^uiftion* ariawert-d, improvlaa
j tlon*; lecture, ll .,. m.. 7;liX p. m.
?Ot.NT I1 OOM BTHICAL cri.rt'itK sunday. D-c. 8,
at 11:11 n. m.. lecture bj Prof. PB LIX AttLKR. at
! MUSIC Hill, .oin-r .'.Titi ?t and 7th-uv?. Hubjerl: -Th*
Idea ,,i _od and of lutuili a* Oom elv.-l by the
I'r..|,lK*t i of i?iu"l." All intere*t.*<l ure Invited.
ST. MARK'S CHI lien SD-AV-L XXI) luTH-BT.-.
Service ll n. tn. I.r RYLANCB will prea h on "How
O'i -lull I Chimu.i.*.'"
lil.-ii,ir/, al N ,-'.i.sk, iii Mulligan will ,;.*??? Hie Brat
of this seaaon'a orson i-.ii.ls. ,.-s!:.r,.| _> eminent art*
tat-. Mi". Carlo* ii__**lbrta>, vi.
sr. PET-R'a CHl'RCH, Wott ?"h *t., !)th-*v*.. _*v.
OLIN 8, ROCHB. Rector.?laornln* servlo and H..lg
Communion, ll u m. E'.enln* fcrvice, 7;I... Sermon by
th- M.v. D. PARK-R Moi'.CAN lc fi.
VT. STKI'HI'X s (*Bf>t_COPAL). West 4*T"h-t.. be
twaen _'.h and -Itt. ave*.. Rev. CHAKI. LS IitSSKLL
TRBAT, Rector.?Holy Communion, lo a. m.. Service
and sermon, ll a. m.. Kvealiuy prayer and nrmnn. 8
p. m. Mr*. H. xx Taylor, oi'.snlst. and quartet cm.lr.
sul.je. t of th* sveuini sermon, "St. Joha the _ssUl8