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\ivt.i?!Y of Mntic.- Italian ('pera Matinee: t.nrlir.aiR.' M_? ?''.SI? U.isa- Ktl-Mt?. V'.m.i - 1 HV'viVK.- At ..: "The M iim/vr." WtO Br?rt.ia.?J.I. VV. VV - r'ifr- "iviTT'tiiiti:. At " urn I tit B : "Merry ?rittiMor.B-.r ,, . H rat 11 11 aad al B) _1 a Rol 1 - . VV 1 ..?.ni a! Si " Al.ulilm." Win Lynn riMtisBsoa ?at! I In Ulla ? AI ?, and . id,. ? ? _ Baaxi ? Mi n >* i> Hi i poi ' in'-.-!. ) ? ?.Nil.- ' ? , Dr. La la ? B .?diner. ? r I,,-, | . I ?it 8: ?t-J?* in i ? ;-.o irn i o i -.-Vv i- are m Uiag al par and ? ? ??or?, ?or IV-: ? . t t sra,'? U ?a-itioi it? it ? i-u..' i rtat; ' s, ret? ? ? ?.?All ? Da. -.. P. Mi .y ilt ?' ? i, - ? M Ml! B H i f)R. . -i'.,tei.t Vu ;- and i I DaILI - -mm. - \? A (i v e i i i - i ;. g t! a t r ? lia?. ...if. \S i i | . ? -VI. ate. DAY. ? Ml : :? I " r??iii. i . It-llau i i I t : in the I'rii,,' i ? ' . - . i market by ) i i c at Alba i . 114, llaj. i It !::?- alwa. ? alt to jret at the real i ta ol ?i railway anow-bli*??tlta?e; there aw too t involvt d? A lato diapatcli ?? id dangir of the atarval ??.i Minnesota on aeeo?at nil ?tve l?.-i\.? fortht r fact! from bred men n ported anowed iti, ' ii of public " opinion.*1 " I ' na in tin- I.overv," read ,;:-..,? r. ?tarda., " were open .' Thii thoronghfare la ai ; B idway, and t: i i'i-i- lili iWe than t-hoaa in-. Pray, lir.8nperintondent, do not make ll> -li ol ene and fowl <>f the other, i ;| alike, rooting t! ? m o il India ? ?. and no initier ander whal pear. ? le ?m- leaving Italy for the ?int the :: ' ? Gfov i initient ?a .ti laal provoked. The. inquiry m. re properly made in other , the ii?tiiii-'i.Ttior) to tin.-? ronntry frorn Italy is comparatively light ; but the reasoiifl for even this exodaa, one would auppo ' rent enough? Tha doleful lata ?-I :'-' ??" : people, whoaa deeti :i:?'.i'.liy of our ?.-iti maj for a while clink Italian immigra t. Mr. ai; cn.i'.r ? la?t i : ! ricana dfc ace at tha Lotos ( lull. Ilia t.ilk about Uvingatoite, and aboat the Engliah ga pbera and their treatment of him, waa anfllciently pungent and thoroughly fi:uik iiini aatural. ill* )? <?< jii.i.u by hit fellow lonrnaliata waa cordud in tin- eAlieeue, but it i? already evident thai he i Boing to atir ap ijnit?- :im mnoh oon v ai Mr. i :n.?le-, and to bo even ? piquant in l:i_ inpuaaiiiin of opinion alvtnit bia oprjonenta. The ir?mk and oordial Irreverence with which he treat! the Boyal to the 1 .Tiniisiiifr. Among the eleva -?.???i:.- of the different iiKiiibiT'? and gueata that <?f Bev. Dr. Ballowi witty ?mil enjoyabta, though unfortunately il'l.tti.il at too Lata an ho;ir Im full ri i ?ut mooting of the National Academy of ??.lei,. i which our eorrM ?, i tin- ojK oing im" ? devoted awn to e-ipounding the teehni? i t act ?r r diacovery than toattraetfaifpopn lar interc-'i. 'j he Society irambere among lu iminl).r? ?i large proportion of the older and more i mini 11 atndenti <-f ideacc m t ? i i r-, eonn try. Prof. Agaaeii deacribed the j'lilicioii.t and ire? which have laid the foun? dation fur a great ataaenm ol Comparative 7eoaogy ; and B-tecit?rd, in a paper on Bharka1 teitli, hi T7.?ii (,m: of the oppoit un.lH t? win. h he L.v.t aagiectatohuri hia weU-known argn ineiits Bfataat lot: development themy. Coiitr.ii:? r C.u-f-a was inadvertently emitted ;.!,;>? with having op,mfA the city i.f.u.y a milliou and a half OVOBajuurgea on the hin i t 4'j)4-iiii?.'-. 11? has BOt quite ,ir,n,. a]| this, but he ha.-? atopped payaient of Wdnkint biUn loi tin- tarty-five ofMsniaga now lanndinft ami , fit ? tually pnt an end to the infuii.,.,,. ,,,,,_ 4,-< din?-*. The r-y-titu was ono which, to be , required a Barnard or Canioz?. ,?. the Bench aad llyin the CantroUeiH afleo. The eonditiooi of mecen aro now happily Lack-ag. Publicity bM brokao ap the it remaini foe the 1a gidature to aepply aa with a bettai lyetam, deYiaed, try experienced mi a, .- which ?hall ii. p-nto tliw f rinds, discover who shared Ir dividends, aad BOBBpal tboboMen la d_jfi The fact tlint the widow t?f the lait A I). Putnam has st-cutd diiniaires ol the cnth-ave. Railway Company will have an partan! iaflaeBce ?? bewaflCT detenuinlnj rights ol paesengei?. it btbb daimed Foster could not bars kUled Potaaa. if ?!i rer and conductor bad Interfered? aa sboald bare dona. Tbe evidence ?a tl'*' ?if FeettM v? -ir Bofflcienl to ??tablie- Ibis pi the <-.' o was readily rabnitted to the j and a verdict aras almos! Immediately g to the plaintiff. The result al this trial ah be a leaaoB t?> the managers <>i railway li w!..'.?. employ?s are often no. only ?tt Inattentive to the eo-afort and aafety of pa_eengei% bat betray the moot shameful diffi rciicc when laaffha or intoxicated i insult or abuse persons traveling with th .Ml the manly ?virtues may aol !>?? secured r_ pay ; bai one ?>l tl o is (it is u r-li.iiii?? to Bay) fot position of a conductor of a Btroel oai coorage. _ \- i Street waa cobtTilsod, yeaterday? i growil - oui of llif " corner'' in OCh of the Nortli-Wi ?stern li.,!' Com pony. That t he qnotationa of the nt should run up ahmoet instantly from 88 t<> would set m to lio indeed marveloua. i o Bahsi ?it snything like these ? i ; the combination fraa bo compl >tc i . : u ;i<>t a share srai to be had a1 The arreal of Jay Qould at the instance ol I!. Watson, President of the Erie I- il way ('? . was legit?mate enough as a aequi ne? thi proceedings on the Street. Gould has : to the h t*g ? a b ? ;i pnt North-Wi era up to t!' i killing pri of BOO, ii natural eneni] <>t his former partner, 11?. N. Bmith, who in cramped by this moTemi Hence v.?- have Smith's revelation! conasra , ,n_ c! (lould In Brie, and his eviue rurnisl i the basli foi tbe criminal char en which Could ir- arrested. Whether ho? rs gel their ?liics, it, is | ?sir that rognai will tall out i- Isa considerabli sabsidence in i political tumult, ??s v,e anticipa be the case. To be sure, M. Thii rs informed one of the Committeea which cal m thai bo cannot relinquish his w known convictions. Ths need not i ' body; the genial sPresidenl always aayi tl. am! be always findi a mode <?f pleasantly s , i.;::,il his convictions whin the) are Ihe way of an i anderstanding w aow, bis "well-known ? ? ?.. ? i ?" are il il be ougl I to retain his ri. 1 i the tribune and defend ble ? ?lieg the Assembly, keep the right of the initiati u' leg idation, and dispense with a responail ministry. Bui it i?;::- > cerl a tkatM.Thi, baa i. as Irrevocal committed i<> either of theae pointa, and ev if be hi d, the ? : ? Id no! be bopele The natural inference is, thai ui!. is thee Lefl i ball mal ?nable tl inend, the Presidenl and the Assembly v. ;n ttr.ns, and Mi TblCTB v,ill continue ?? nut office lor four yean more, ? that time be aill, if be live??, be nearly eigh . Id, and can well afford lo retire, ii : Painful interest in the story of the Hi-fab ' p Missouri will he revived bv tl aewa that four survivota of the craw of tl \c- el have been found. The story of that n.eii. as briefly tald l>y one of their mini be is one of dreadful Buffering. Floating w.iis deep in water for eight ?.'ays in a BWampt boat, without food or ?liink, these poor fe Iowa, the survivors of a party of eine, mm have endurad terrible agonies. The tale ? their trials and rcacuc is sufficiently (lraiuati as given herewith. And this itory from the Be cornea Just in time t<? be added to the waa defense of the owners of the burned veaeel an their employ?e. 1-era has been much irreli v-.n nony as to the condition of the Bsaebiner and the Boundnoss <?f the boiler. Opposed t that is tbe positive statement of anrvivoi thai the lire eaught around the boilers ; th. the tinnes originated from careles-ly-ke] spirits; th.it the means for extinguishing fin were Inadequate; that the boats were n? properly provided for; thsit there was n discipline on th? ship, and that the l>< _t could not be lowered without being swampei i-Cae seem to be the facts la the case; an while it is natural that B-dp-owners shoul ?xiicisi- ?lue can in the preservation of thai own property, it is clear that more vigilanc would have Havel eveiy life on the Miieo lit CANADA, On Thursday evening a number of person described as H delegates from the diff?rai " British North Ann man oolonii >," met i convention fa this city to pass raaolntiona i favor of the annexation of ('aluda to th United states. Ezaetly whom these delegat? repieaenti or where tiny got tin ir credential.' we aro not Informed ; and it will perhaps nu l>e unreasonable to BBSpect that they arc th aelf-appointed spokeemen only of those col ?mists who have BBOVCd BCrOBB the line to liet ter their condition. Yi t they Bpeak of eata_ liabing ralationi with organi-cd societiea i St. I-hu?s, Chicago, Buffalo, and New-Orl? an.? ami poaaibly the "united colonistsn mayezei influence eiioiifih upon their countrymen he yond tho St. Lawrence to ghra fn-rh viialit; to the annexai ion movement which has l.itel; Bhown ho few ligna of life. It will not de however, to build expectationa upon the im m?diat? chancea of Bach a scheme. Canada i not ready for annexation, ?a not even anxioai lor IndepcndcBce; and it ir our part to wai patiently for what is inevitable. At present the Dominion la in the situatioi of a woman clinging to an engagement froa which tin; other party atraggiea to be released She complains of ill-treatment and neglect hut she will not cut loose from the unfortii ante union. The Twatyol Waahington aaeri? li?? ?1 her expectation of damagea for tin Fenian raids, BOT ?daims tu the exclusive n.ivi gatioB Of the St. Lawrence, ami lier monopoly of the flaheriea, she wai made to foe] thai England plaoed th?? l?tamete of the DoBdniot, in all cases below those of the mother country; exacted allegianfit, bu1 gave neither protection nor defenae. At laat eaase tke San Juan award, "the up.rliot of which,"1 says The lvr(iitt(i[ (?lobe, "is that the free ?'omine ne "with the Past, for whicil we have been " extending tbe Dominion across the a bole eon? " tinent, incurring an enormona expenditure and "plunging Into enterprises that Great Britain "herself might In ?-1 ate at undertakingi will " have to ?I. ( p 0,1! tO the ocelli lllnli I the gUUB "of an American fort, through a channel that "ax the tiist m.'ii nt i quarrel may '>'? aflac? " tuaMy ? loot d against the British m Uaaadiaa " Bag. This does nut i ? the < ise. A ship Hiiiii,.? from l i i /.it River to Victoria, ?>r the ocean, luiui follow a tortuous courge through tilo De Maro Channel, under the, ^uns ol any work? wr may ehOCtt to erect on S m Juan [abad, ami Ihn proposal oriiriually made by the American Commissioners, Mi.if no for tilii ?itions to (il)?tiiiet or eoniin.iinl that chan? nel ihOUld I'?' encted hy either party, was not, insisted upon, ami does not. appear in tlie Treaty. The Intelcolonl ?1 K.ulvv.iy niust there? fore he earned tar north of its proposed coiir-a-, miles? we ?ire to eommand the oif! I to ih-- trade ??." Canada with the Pacifie. The anger nith whit? thia aettle-aent baa ine., received by tin- eoloaiate is mot m England with eontemptuoua impatience. Tht Tuna tolla the. people ol the |)iimiui')f) that the British Empire eannol he bothefed with their aflaiia, and tiny aiuat 1')"! OUt t"t thein aelvea. "We had to keep ana eye on oe_r '' si-hc," thegi nat journal, " and another "eye on you ; and it" the r-s lit is not Batfo "factory to you deither is it to onraelvee. "Thiv we must r-ay, if We would be Iran!? , " hut we may go on t') add BOBtething more. " It is this: Prom tin-? time forth look after "your own business yoaraelvee, you are big "enough, you an- strong enough, you are fca "to-ligeat enough, and if there were any " delicleiiry in ?L.v of tliese points, it WOUld " in- .?applied by the educ itioti of aelf-relunee. "We are both BOW ill ?i t 11 -??? po-l!:on, al.'l "the time lias arrived vvlu-n WO should he "relieved from it. Take ap yonr fretdon; "yoiir doya of apprenticeship an' over." Tin- loyally nith which tin- Canadiana cling to the oolonial eonneetion, and yearn for the kind care of British diplonmHats ami the protoctiou of British garriaona and go?tante under mob dl oouraging droumstaaoee, is not ,!!y dignified. In England it has long been evident that Canadian Independence nmsi ??(ion he eatabliahedi it Ins been evident in th.- United Btatea; it has been evident everywbaWe exeept in Canada it? if. What ?? t,, ooBM after annexation afirma to la pretty clear. There can never be a monarchy on out northern frontier-?not bee nisi- vi" should object to it, but beeau b the contras! between our inatitutiona and theirs would make tin' monarch] ridiculous. And if there la t > in- a republic, the advantageeof admission into oar strong and pro peroua union an- ao o!,vio? iliat anni ntion could aol long he deferred. In trying to gel rid of Canada, Qreat Britain i? rirto illy oil. ? ?? the coun ry o ai PIEE-PBOOP lull DINGS In the praaent ?-t-it?? ol publie opinion, and v. til the restrictions likely t?> In? impoaed hy , ?t;.' ;. t!i? t . ?.?. ;?1 probably he no tiinht-r repetitions of the dattgeroua arehitect ata! fashion which lia? givea tins city 160 M.iii.-iji! roofs, of which all luit H an- frame. Port t.lately for B4 t'as" .ir>- sonn what widely . red, though more than one-fourth are on our principal street. In respect to highl i ?i i l ? a? ohiM tion.ihle m tboae .?)' Boston, more than half tin? number being ?<> hit ti un tin- pound, at leant a aeon reaching BO oi 100 bet in air. aad one rulmlnatiag at 197 feet, where il is not likely ever to be moistened by anything bul ram. AmoagUieee dangi rous buililioga tu- many hotels, hospitals, ?s..'., where now human lite will icarc-ely be dered secure. A considerable modification (if the slvle of the l).-.te| cl,?, ol ?'.|:||.,-, i;i this city is probable. If i^ probable that Cu- next ten yean will witneaa the eonettuction ->i a Larger number of BO-caUed fire-proof buildings in our great i-ri. . than all that have ?ver been erected on the continent It is the tendency of growing wealth to take im-asures to make it-elt secures and even bad there been no great diaaateri tu awaken a aenae of inaeenrity, the men; aeon innlation of large atocks of gooda at eom nieietiil .'?'iitet's WOUld have hroii'ht ahoilt 11 t ! .,r buUdingtbat bad more referenee thaa before to our aceda ami our dangers? The history of the growth of an American city i? ?i record of change from combustible to more '-r less iiieoinliii,?tih!o buildings. Pine shanties and "frame rangea*' ate illy replaced hy brick and stone; after ?i while building-lawa prevent the erection of frame edificea within certain Umita, perhaps a large iii?- sweeps oil tin- wooden atracaturea, ?ind ?rive- ?pace im- hi tn r ones. To state the while matter in a few words, m this country civic improvement la meaaured by advanoes toward fire-proof instruction. Teated by thia ratei vve see at once the great superiority of this citv to her luburna, die largest of which ?.till retains an Immense nnmber of frarac buildings, and even adds to their iiuiiiImt every year quit a? much as to her brick or -?mi itractnree? Should Brooklyn aver be? come a city ol b-itapendenl commerce, an en? tire change would take place in her atreet archilecture. s.veral o? our n.?)?t recent and important builtlinfp an- to a great extent tile proof? An ahsolutely lilt' prool'bu_ding would he BXOeed* inglj co?tly and difflcuHof construction, -aim, it is not, enOOgh to use (?nly in,?omhustihlc material t,, a?-,- unplish this end, and a WBlt> hm;?!- made entirely of iron, if stored will. In flammable materials? might go down m a tire moie readily thaa a brick buildiag with wooden beam?, if no meaaniei had beep taken in con atrUCtioa to protect iron j)illars and girdeti from the aoceaa of fiama? Among other de? vices used in iheoonatractionol an Iron build b|g to he ah-olitely lile-ploof, is |s-_C_Bg ?i more -lender pillar inside of every Iron upright and filling the, spaee be? tween with non-oonducting planter. Sank buildings would he of (li)iihl? the usual Boat, .?un? no arruinen, is aoeeaaaiy to .show that tiny will not he numerous. It i? generally conceded that no quarried ttone is eqnal tu hriek as a liie-|)ioof material. Cof-ttlTtCiing the lie"!? of hrick aicl.es, ?f tlie walls an thick, makes a building that la conventionally called lire-proof, ?md proves so in moat en.er gent?os? Such a method of construction adds abonl one-fourth to the coat We omderstand lit.it on. of i;ui heaviest diy-goodl final || putting up a narehoaae of this tfiaraetei f,,r Its own storage ; and that anotboi hai ? limitai project m contemplation. The reraark was ata?a by a workmnn em? ployed upon one 4>f the new- insurance Imild ink's which adorn this city, that there wasn't eBOUgfc wood in it to make a toothpick. Hut as it will be many yens In-fore such a remark will apply to ?i majority of our new bufldiaga, it is desirable that m?thode should .?adopted lo make ItrUCtniei '.vi'li th.- ordinary amount of wood in tin ni p?i??:ili]y tir.-pi oof ; .-.<>, at least, that ? fire of no unusual intensity would nu' aammnnieata from Mtory to iteiy? Inlay lag the beams nith plaster, and malting double floors tin- apaces between whkh are filled wit!, planter, ate among tin- oldeat and ino.-tt nceeesful devtaea which are employed. A principa] aoetree of daaget which may yet remain in building! Otherwise conip.uativvlv ?if. i-, n. the hoistw ?v?, el.-v.itors, ?md tighl wells which ?dene tin- stories and furnish chimneys tor tin- fleams. I, it beyond American ingenuity I ? d?vias iir>- proof, Mttoinatioallj t??\?eiog trap dann im th?nw\ or is there no riwoiirct? but Ihr? <>xp?>n glff one of inclosing each entire shaft within A fire-proof wall I Wo ask beCBBge idiundiint expeii'Tiee has ahOWB tii.it. a frap-ilooi that does not close automatically is too apt to be lett ojx'ii to be considered as it safeguard. In I.nt, all iron ihnttCIB and dOOTI OUght tocios?' automat ??ally, m bave the accidentof their being h-ii open Indicated by a burglar-alarm signal. There should he no moie jiruilery aliotit iron shutters looking "out of |ila<-?" for Iront windows; they are iieede I front and rear. It is | fact, indicative ot the cat.h -sin- I of the public that there an many inatancea la this city when1 the war shutters, put on by compulsion of law-, are removed and takea in by the occupant. Measures that would encourage theeonatruc tion of fire-proof buildings in oui cities would be an advantage to the whole community. Men do not build heie :is m Europe, with ,t view tu the perpetuation of their family naines, aad in general can tittle that their structures should mrvive their immi diate uaee. "lii.nl investment'' in bricks and mortal i? ?' BCrioua mattet t ? a boafaieaa man m a country when capital t"r the ordinary operationa of trade seems to b?' ntteilv BBBt-Bg every Autumn. Moreover! the man who builds a warehouse rarely stores his own goods in it ; the g.la must he iaaured) no matter how -ate the baildlag is; and. as for the building, the difference in coal ?>i Insurance beiWBBB the lust, and an onliii.iiv nah Would Bcarcely pay a tithe of the Intcnel ob ihe increased cost of fira*proof eonatruc lion. lint buildinga that are fire-proof, and especially those occupying an extensive Iront .IK?-, are what we must rely on inuit; than anything else to -beck the aproad of very gnal tiren?tires thai leap the with - as at Chicago] that, pulverise gi Dite, as ;it Boaton; ?n which iron burea,as at Ban sPran fiiaro IVe are nil sure thai i.' would DOl be profitable in the long run I'm a city to remit all taxes on fire-proof buildinga. One measure, it least, would seem of unquestionable ail* risability. tint, all Btructurea buill by the iiovermneiit, in any large city, ihould !> nolutely fire-proof. ; > WILL hold the S'EJT >;?. .': AND TEBMINEBt We nnderatand 'hat there is -unie ?li m n? i> to who shall hold the next Oycr and leimiioT. Judge Lagraham is entitled to du o by regular assignment, but as Chief Justiee ot the General Tenu he cannot rarj well bold this court at thi- time. Besid ? would be a mar!.? d impropriety foi him to try Sf-ilies B Second time, and his CBBt i down t"i Dee. i1'. Further, then ate reasons why, just now, w,: want in the criminal pan uf ihe Supreme Court a Judge who has tbe absolute confidence of tin- public. Judge In? frraham ?lues not poascaa this. Judge John b. bi niy, we .ne led to believe, la disinclined !" sit in this court, but we ondeiBtand he ha. aaaortnd that if assigned to the Briminal term he "will sit from the fust Moinhiy in Deeein ' bei Until the lii-t of May, ol until ih.-cinn " inal docket is cleared up.' 11?? is reaolved, h ? ?in, if assigned to this duty, to show ihe people uf this <-i'v t'i u they '? bave -i court in which tin- criminal law-, ca? be en? forced withuut useless delay. I his is the true spirit which every good ritiaen will hear'ily commend. Then i? nothing New-Yuri? needs inure at thi.-, time than it poeitive, Independent, aealoua ludge lltting in her criminal COtirta to see her criminal lawe enforced. Judge Brady has the entire confidence of th.' bar and of ihe people. Although new to criminal courts, be has lately received the compliment of the voluntary withdrawal, by the advocates on both sides on an important and complicated case, o( long and important rulings which tbey had ashed? withdrawn because <?i th,- fairness ami clear? ness with which he had charged the jury. Jndge Brady is ?'Truest in hia wish t" see the criminal laws enforced; and while recognizing the right of the people tu demand this pro? tection fiuin tin- courte, he in iv i?k' trusted not to be Influenced m his lodgment <>f any individual case by the I'laincr which has been very properly raised by the press. We trust to ?-,?.. ,1 idge Brady assigned to this court: and we bone he will, as in- prom -, rit until tin- morder?n aad public thieves trot full jusiice. This people demand the en forcement ol 'he criminal laws, and tiny will tnirt nom- to adjudicate them more implicitly than Judge Brady? i remarkable fouag woman who has Boos aa Bxtra-fdiBs-i things is pswalal m tie- aewapaaers. Ooasrally. w?? bass aassrvad, sin1 so-ses nut partii a burly it real >? tin? scrieultural way. Bbs is i Phj I ii?, Wim. in rsapiog i?r plowing, <>r digging pot-toes, bas put fifty twain pi tin? neighborhood toshsme. What ?In our n-iiileis think of il whole ipi.u t. t le m' lhaaa rustic plieiuaasus I Poaref them by the asme ,,? il iiiviii ?le? Minea _delaide, Jennie, Emma, und Alta Baaeea bava astsaishsd the vis-Bags by staking m?I gatBsiiag, dmiag th" lesson, sixty tuns ..i bayl Barely 1'ii.i-inM inust bars gladly Issil inr , . iBlS ?insist.illi'il til tin? lirnvvn lieiintii'S, him] Ii ive lirivTi ?ivvav all tin? envious oloods which threatsusd sntlmelj iboweia. Bspa ?_I boast is las io.Mi.s-? I jinn i. i itlu'i daassslshavs I" tors nude hay, lis witiiir? I in?'.v.iil.s ut nil tin? BBQoliO BTttSfl f i ? >ni V iriril to Aiiihrosn I'liillijis; lint what daBSBSl ??v, r hef,ue BBSWSd " sixty tuns of grass with a tWO hacaa B-aeBlnef Thla was the feat of Bass-af-aa? mil, mu? baas should we h? if we did not immortalize it m I in: ill I it i KB. Moreover, iiiiu'.ilisuit lltiTB-i we h., it wa did ?n't i Mm--* our iip?ii-iii uf Thefiafis ij.itionnhtt Bewspspee, which thinks that Bsowing sixty tuns nf liny with n tWO-h-SM mm-hine will nut " i sodaes to that amdsaty ami rafinesssot which are now rapsetad t.< mai k every true woaasa, be baa aa? ?h?on high or low." Stafflaad Boassnasl wiut la then? m mawiag wbieh eheald makeawo-ssa im Iiinili'rt t I,unk .it Kuth in the Holy Seiiptiiien did i;,,i/. bavs a wins, i>jiiui.iii of Iht Mr baa csls-caasd siKIKTlltilllll eXiTti'Hisf llnll't tile ImmIs llsiy insikeis make a sweet ippsaiaasi m til salogaaal Ihr-??i naa in Madison,Mlehigaa,wha syaai alaos tried to oommit mi?ids sod holed. Last?aa* i l.i > he tried ths ex|?eriinent aL'.un, siinl. in order tn lllsike S BUTS tliiiiL? of it, hi? BWB-lOWed H limst potent .Ion- of -itry i hume mu? l.iiiil.unini. By BSBBBaoBS ??_ eiiions hlaluiik'hhorssavad lus iif., greatly la hia own iiiino'.iin ?-. IL' ex|iluinisl that ho BBBpOSSd lh.it the l.iiiil.iniiiii would put him to llesg, and that thestry? hiniiewould render thealeep permaaenl .so f_r from being graissai f.-r hi? restoration, the n, ui anBOB?cea hu Intention of repeating the at? tempt apon tie- first opportunity, of oourss bs ihould be looked up; hut in. will Dot be, aad nana _aj Is.i.?ill lo :!i.- . let d without iiiistakn. Beta is aa Batir??, crash nul anheerd sfasother? m-iaw aggravat-sa. In Denbary, Ooul, tl.thsr niirht, ii iiiiin w ir ?jtwetiv shnaheviug, 4-ovahua, on the wall, baag the portrait of hii wife's B-othsr. By wh.it BBBsagi -BtaHtj w.ss a ih.it ths silting luoke nul down MBSS the picture, BB60p.Bg oil s piirtiiiu of the poor sB-brsr*! scalpf Twai aa _adsssrasd Indignity, for u bs bad sol besa !ll.- ?.TV 111.Ill- I ol .1 (I'-V.iteil Hilll-ill-l IW ihe |?.| trait would not hive he. n banging there it .di. Ws should like to keen IBaaasss el the artist who ..um paart sash a atrltriag liksaasi aad give one a tijst<ir-sl .ii?-. i<A BietBTf AKT, MUSIC, AND THE DRAM ?? Tin; DUN <?m>i.lm.tion or paintinos It i? 'i lang time riaea ?ho lacge g tolleetfi of |,iiTiirea a? that wlileli now Hila tin, fmir eiiillilt) r"t,un .un? til" i orrnlnr i.f tin? National Al SOBBs.'Ot I algfl iniiiiiitiK wtvs a-Sara, tor tala al auction Is iiu? all if, irnlced, eit'i.r of Mr OOTbf*t former c. ?II?. 'um. .. Iiilneil mi m m? I?! tur'--? IU4 tills ens. !?'.r mir j.-irt. ? oiwflBB ta_awaaaa ae advaatag? labvtaalassoaaa pelBUBBB Magi f ii? i ?it MM tlBM sS SBB 88-08, util??.? It a buiall Btomaallla bw . wbMb ?? -.- I aa aas aatar i eiirn.l to Ha, in.ini!.- r? ?if S?8 I n t ?? r ??r is.-. alltbasa MS pMtarea la as Irat rase ptadaetMae, or, the least, a,- .uni r.ile thai wiiiill BBVS ? "!'-, Iu?iiv|i aiiy. ni"i- linptaaaliiii i.v bala sd a hur red, ?.ii. at a Uraej Bat m they Bts, ssf aarily, >? ? Y d I b?mmj>, pretty a-.?"!, lu? I i had, ti,? Bettet iiiin baa petha . i, i .-? la iBBBrtaa "i'',n ;i11 t.?-"''li' mnl eortftap UM ?I ? ' '?"iI ajn opew r, - tba t I ?J ?as i ?It.I ?|,I. I it- ffalMgy in tie- B rM LOBVTO, I Vatleai Isa vrearl Mae MU t?. I I Mat.: kiiovvr. n.?.?n .?niv Bewail ?a-eii aiei real!?) eafoyad, aeeaaoaere lifeline- ef U/y IMMrlaa; andaBferl (lir.ie.it. -.a tiiiil-t.it,? ri'lerle?, 'ti. mer., | make the rotinil ?if I',. ,ii. ,. , M Will 88 88 iM-i-y - iid thai all, or tl ?get p-.rt of U pfi tun . are at I rat. ? the coll eil -. lihaevs . -,,,ti, i re ,-...n.il,l,' inmilier of p-noU uf |i .?m tar ,ini-t?, itmi tka re i', ai He- pon* ila," ma for the trade." ii ??' ire, ii ave la i a s iiafercoil ? t ,-ii ta . |?n'l .res VVO'll.I lia' ?ni.i ,i? art.;, if it ii.ni n-' n eat ap lata three, and late ,,-,, r the Weekl -MB Lit?!. !.i> -?. Amo: Iba t i- pi tmas tin) t""', bp all the Me.?.,,:,:, i. Ha ?????i-, "'?ii" rivai er," pa * The heat, ""' hseaaaa u Istbe werkef tfel BOBler, tut the teal "'. whomever pataMd. htrenir: aad ?i, i?< ?i v- la the < . richness, or near I its ih.- color; v ?oro ,?, m ial* U tfeJa a lathe?) . i..-ron- vTil.t,-, uinl i \|,l:iin tin-f?n euer. Com I : '? of WhOI s ... , lit, ITS, : ,: . t , . . ?1 Will,a. 1' tcinjit. I .,,? t... m ii al nut t,, tool ut Pit bel n. ' " .? .If, in i % ' oui ol h ? |.l :t :? i (?x.iininiiiiri te-iiteiTith MB '.rv in -n n I tl?.- pte arei ipable uf giving n we i ?te ?inr n ?teas to j bat Be la aal I work? m tat all that Little p i .o.. -, f ,r the noel part, hat in ?? rather I ? i rjhav it, t?,?>, -te?ni. r old eg on .in? : , ice, M -. tl Ii'.er ! ?. .m. ;.,:' tab m i. : , n Ii ter.-. i , them ; they prove bin boI though 1 i - ? ? ? vv i own to B 'i tor 1 lu, though be ? ! (Mai of a f: ,n Paria, iad.aaa>r tas Baaatia, whea ha waa pret?seof ih" Prim - : ' ' le, waa aimai . ?Mo, l.ii. "The Widow," ri. Expects him ,.' . i" t. r, w i,., ?i,aii - --. : it Isa all rot pa nal uf Wons i'a ? ' ? -- -, bul he a bM Ub - btoaae, or a vase, or a j. ? t r. ? ?. 11,43 ? r 1 mil rest n? innre : tell- 1 .- .;. tie ? >? admired ; but w..'i!ii it i a bad been In the Salon 01 t_w?*a raass ago? before th id n ' .hi???r?' wta-tars dear te the iMart i Prani 1, and hraMrMa eaar .it the Bight of one, howevi v > 11111 ?.?. wen die?-' a, aad pei ??? i!,a i.-a.tv f..i .1 n.-,?/ offsi ! Tin- truth la.tl it S-latl ??lever with bis brush ipe Mr of faaht. ?r-, aad ll 1- n hiebet ihs;.n tro..i m... 1 . ? - -i 1 not al . mi in No. m, " The P 1 '..nut.we," >-?-t he amkea a good !? anfkawn aa Baiaun; in? treatmeat "f lieiiithy ,t,i i satisfying; we ;' >>t tit iHi.nity of I palnMd tiiaa of |h who painted It, S H ?-. M, 77, y o?, i ',. has oka i I m m 1 'ir av01 v brought over tan ? ban, pert m ago. He has now - m ibm r, m 1 teeaas M have taken i liking to Wil . the two !'? '? B '"in remua. m m latars' sty] , Ibaugh : -1 n- from '"-:|i 11 ' 1 ?' Baed .:. teeltag. II ? ...'.? antas? t ? the atudi nt that I BBOU h ?if ? v? r .1 of til ,r i?*iw era, bal ItMaqu ? t, I .oklng al t le m itte from tin- le.l.-i r point ".' view, it 1? .1 goo 1 tbiag to let u .?n much al a tlme|of certain . Peril Ipfl the tn W1 p lp 1:. 1 r ; tbough others mar d -???it.? the honor wlthdl Jin Veillai?, ?' After tin '. Phis, .?v, 1 the ,, 1 I-,,'?- it It, i? 1 .: ilaljf .1 1 : tot worlc .in watts stud/iea, rti..ti ??i it 1. .1 pu ' . l daa ? the tpect itor'- liint) ma f.uriy gel ,,t the Dictare,ia Sndlnc out wbe ,<? r Itb w.irth -t il\ i'i,;. ?ir i? nt - - ?tn?? on,-, l.itelv, h.i very wall -un!, the elagalarll : of urt is 1! iiitai.it 1 nn... and this little pl?tora M apn if o artist, Ilka m my snothi i ilivldaalitj, indblspictare Buffers tarit? Put re.Liy, beta, :i in n treatmeat, as .un?- -i. ni deal ??! real i, bmvb eharacter. 'i -TU I 1-? n?)t lunch; vv,? j,.f. I that BOT mil fotluaes are peed tor her ?aad, allst alt, the i bearing them welL Bat lha ii.n- t.* 1 triu- boj, ???? the undeveloped ama la him, sai hi? t orner nf Hie ?vnrlil will lint i'.iiIit ti'i-t when In fats f.iirty nt worl la it. Then tit as ma h' a imp on la ?tiii-tii.it baadatane, aqasre, resolute, refli ..mi ih? r? |a loaaaeb q lie! torea iuufter thai unail thai we n.line baei M htm apata aad ?sala, after severa perlaaetorp eoareee rouad Ike lalMyjr. to eoo kow Ue i K.-ttius,'on. Up to the passant momeat, wa are aafcaaa I t?. ??1?-, tiin fettltada nf in? title Hi am waa keeps iu tiat i.-tira alaatly, aad vv-iii a >t -n k, omv- giteves hi.. ? haaaaadai.apraaaina apon tba heart or" t phlMeopbei au-klng bis 1rs! ev?' ai seat " iio.v : vu,?nun 1-it.11 hear " : tin tiki Ciol her j,! -tui. No. IS, ** Aid and Proti I aberar?ieame children appear ander toan enaaslag clrcanistaacca, Tbcre'i mi'.til- r V . ||| Ua n.m,. , o| j,,,,, muni iikeiv, tir? 1 hey are hat h 1 i-Din Braseela ; bat Ida wart is laferMc M that of bM aaa taka. Ol um two ptaeataa tif Ptaaa Vevhaa iu this i-iiiieetiuti?until pretty bad -No. ?i u tllO hetti-l-. Nn. IIS -'? Kiij .-. ?g r th,. 1 .nettf," ?ii,,w< bow nn;.? Mtvaataga mm may ?.-et frum hatiag a hmtiior am ts-aat, i:,-t,i.?n Johaeea looka aat pteaaaatly from ana ef the fram - I tat, a tirit akaSea, wa ?rtn ?s, t ,r a laraar ptetaaa eat a au the saaae sabteeta Johaam'a ladivtdaaUtj 1? 1- ? aad In? .inl"|i.T.ile:iit?. too, tti.it liiueti us ins w.iy o/ painting aavoea ef Dfl ? lorl training, that traiiilas -e? in? tn t..ivt? I'tt |ln? tliaiu'tt, hi? vv.ij ?f look ill if ut haaaaa halaga alatvoat untoocbed, D?sseldorf got bold ? nt that (I iy ??ii'i tort al tie m aa 1 aaka do tai kej - :..,. t aad faraad the ?.'??nilstied tiit-iu until tli-rc w.1.1 ?l-TltBl 1,ft of tiin orlgiaal hat lha name, ih ipe sad n ?vor belog quite gone. La! l'a ?" ? lot'f lli-Vel did til ?I Wlttl Llalli!.1:1 .Lihllrlllll. Ha anda bar serve bias, aad tadajr, wblM be Mona of ti.e bort ir., m ii pal a ter a wa have kaowa ins . i in uhe ahaeb saMaemaabhlmseli ss if ha bad aavsi aroaaad tin? ana. We nn- getting a UttM tirad, .ire wa not. al B tua lets m with in? ?? i!,i??,|iiii, toogm ??? . Mowci eu;,, .mu itabaa Ibepbardal Ilred, | ml srewitb nn! Mr. Terboeekbevsa'i tbeep, and UttM Mr, Prever*! aataaadratala , Pi ? r i, bettartthaa Per iii? 1 Kin,vet, -tbaagh we wish be bada'tba a Machiega Mi-- i-e rot M palm esaettr Usa hlmi b.i.-i. kaowa thai wa doa'l a mt the tbe line of d ratr.'t? Il OUI to 111.? 1 I.It 1? uf IdaOBB. lil.t lie. ill' it" I fill ?I Prefer, ef wham Ka, in la aaaaVMal ipe< ?bmb ? thaa Vaabawkbevaa hanaaaa ha has bath dzedupona Uodefwort t?. ?i" thai win betrag ddealatiloug .r aad ???' ' tu atare i i Bao i, n?_. ami he r.-r.t? data Aa Loth fully Well, (five* v.. 1 i .at ? . , in ,;. Wbaseaa um other baa eoaaa it u . regular tread mill laboraad M Joal astiiadofil tsw< ire, ?ad petani ni'vv bo longer abaap, bal daw atata, with aa ?u?; seatloa wbaMver of ever bavtag eeassi warst, llttng traatarea that laved to Us la mod. places orci pasa pass. However, tUaaaata aa u la, basa hi Ibaabl, mi-tiiniiii ,ii gaatlaaaaa aad m Ba.11 pa-e, we aappoaa, ala im v?ou,,1 m.1 n, asBattaail] lataraM bMaaaUaoe. We Bead r. tiituk tin?' in? ii.-tt iiaaamlajBllDB woold i>ti iiiio i? ?in .p. nut of Lite peers wa bata leal thai hapa for linn, ?uni fear tleit lio tvill BtTlhTfit blgbCT ItMB B ?fti ri??;e rut;. '?v.- Ii "ill hive lil.,?! t.. ni'? somet?.lue heiter from Alln.i l'liUiiit.i'i ha ml.-, tli.tn I'i.? ?'.-.,,.1 ,,'? N,,. ;|.j (J| though th? ' iba table era well paialad, Ibe .>. "|-1_r b'TngtBu V*-o?t ? prlrev im well ss it Is wnrlti while lint, no ni??*, i- ptft sU-SlBNBaVS li??l BMOh tinnr work of Aim? Tvl?m?'? tlisn thlj? ilil?, indwirl, th* ?lirlit? ?t w.irk of In? we hrivr MSB, K. IMy, Son. T,l, %%% i-, /?. ,],? ? ??, ?I,,,,, part?aB-ty in tins soOsetise, bal tin-r?. \? % prsttp a ??u m??nt In l.i? fraaSh sflrB-MMlfl tm .1 ii i.unii or m kitten, not r?penla o' held And in Hie " llyll," BS.SM, ii.-r- .? BSSSStB-Sg r.-ryIB? BBS gBglBh sBiotsBard i . . ,, ?BIMaMsv M tin? Lew i r.iitlr-ly at bOS-B, ami ?*?? with i werk ilhiftrt'liik- a hook i.l l--.iry Ti!?., pa Il;?wth..r.. !-,,,_ Win n mi .1 r t-irrt ?-.m So en n ?s-.-? et, Bhapto, laaaesal v. r_ a? un.?. wBal u pa/ im shsaM tiniiK l.i- Boisai stBss nasas bettor, i sab bs mbbbi w t , pal at .it sin ,,.-...- -i ?> ii i ?. Bai . i of s eby lunas rasisai i itld, art s atoad i ni i. baa a MB ?'-'i,i tiei,.-, i lagBt and isfiii item':,-,.? for . * __tnetos,sad readf Is bj IBs Is i ist ? i a 1st I ????? . TBo '" mmtl ?.-??- ?rie.t. r. mil th.- .?um lu* rather thl? an.I llnny, like thai of all iBSSsBSBBSa H"ttl. -JBasot, (?MSI, i-iirt.uz.i su, i t;,,- root?a ?,nf -nine of u ,???., W(. Kti .11 bear an?!,, mil .f others, ss BSBia, Bdsasid Bl ban am a rattsa - i (stars, N?. it. tin? subject, as of BSMS eternal u,,rn,? loofclag I U -I 'n *SW, I li ) lio!?-, r........,_. |,|,r?, -B-k-Bg ? l ' ?-, !? I off By i-i,;..-.r?, tSSSMSg ?hoir In,?. wtag,lylaaas M?t_,aes. tosh-igsaeiv at I ', .'- . i-?-.. A -.. with wine.i ???? r,- .oileviv tiuii now ndajrs Is i-i-.iw.it-1. it:, in?-;'? w gaas B idrsM IrasMi Uks tie- bmsI of tie-ui, ti it .?lie ?j?rv?< to ha ?k tin? it -in thai ?tune- m m a weie trtadew i , m a ,. rt.iln aria cli.iir niel ?t wall . i[?vl ? An.l If yon BSal ifl ?o > le'itr, lint look .it !lu p.it II'- frill ru f t i,!f, or on. ? tifhty, ?mI wanting Is trniii to ne taa ?:~ rate ? to tiro ofa Batata to sbeorb the Ujrht, yet IBiak bow B n ? ?adt ?iilllil liavr insu!, |t| , iBala tl_i ?iiitun- la pololee bj ? b tad el Ml WIG MAIiAMr. Kin: l; i'i : i.UT. Madame Enninia -udersdorfl, who B-adalaal ? . Bea>1 rk, .n ths rsrj : . i.iily In ..ni'orio. BhOwasbfPBgtlt over ??.?!? IBS) tl" u I rival of the n u lei sad B Usa m . -i .-Le sLm IBs J k la aa? : , , I ? r vol.' _ ss hwger IB i p s.vcr, ssii-l mi ?,,. rsak ss one af IBs noblest stnaei sd I i ?? IBsgavs . Ir.ii'i 11 ?yiln'.t "A: l.idii? ,:? ?ivo?," Wim !i. w- hO-i to ttdSSlBf*. TB ,t u ii. nid be fa i> ippn - Isle Ihyai a i ..i. i,, bs ssp Bled; bat It | - I fl m bar tiii ,i li-I, and Up -i 111 ? w-. i *o . B ?* ? ,, tos r, who Is sdvartl wd ss ths rivs , basso; aad Mr. I ' fir- tliro.? . Mli??. L.-: ?? i., ?i ve:y pr. .; I .ay who playi a ith i inuiiy iiiiiiiii . - ? ii'.t si phi m.:n.-iii per? . reer to fall of pri i hss ?? lo voice, ol ? I ? yl?; is - i'- : i. ? i . li \,, . ,i I: : ? ?. . . . t ? , B ..mut IBS 'uii ... . i ??Ml MM thl ! d. It sr.iS sifter ! it when tii I SSI vvi? tarnfxl OU, .111,1 t' i- II. -i | : ?. ? I u:i hel.ai: nf I . Util .JI ? the Doa-arrtval of Mr. Varier so ? ' if ':..,.'.: I This del iy Is '. ??d errsl wa i ? 1 by I "na?e i. iroavssu si Irrit r ? i of Mad 'ili?? |, o. Ais, :. n . : - - : i mees, snd u wsaais r- i th u I -iovw-s? i aot have b m givsa sptopahato TUB DBAHi Mi:. I NL> BEADIB I The vil-- si >rm wh cb raged ??? Berdaf .-:.,;? .i n, itarltgar, shoal ? e??rlseB; bal ????? - veals ?1 ll.llllp, .111 1 tile .-;. . -.Ill jll tlj.'.sl. S?. :?r r. .1 by tii we -. *' St? lawaj H iB?where he rss . .i i "i?i:,? :i.," ,.? this : it u> aboal two tiii, irsd sad Bl trsaB ? the trased ma m .lii.iry tu.iiiiit-rir.Mi.r- -* li>? tr.i? uf pedaatty, ths raoothiog ol eortsla llaes .? . ( hu i I'i: B ' ie.-1'ir lluC velu?, o.rt I 0-000-4 M B ? :-r- ! iIISB slwayi iuis.-1-.'iy tatelllaoat oad often i ? rrost plaved wish the tszl is -! d il? tooolag oosm pomsH of it asi.i.\ m hliaiood or charaeterlstto d and changing other portlonsol It? with avtowtasssBa ...i-1,, ibis i more o bs. Bat II w-.u i . bepoi ntssl i.ie.ii of the wiioii) tragedy. !? da ire mb n iiiiiiieiifi of eharacter la "O i i" tBos ia " Il n.,. i- | his BVdltO t. T# /,?../, r.,/.i he -i?.? a Usp,aad s tyleof ilinperlncva HIB r.lnil.-ti.il Of OOaWto't .l.iis. ..' i-i 1 drolLandil eBeitrd entl m thl iM'.ipi? t tbto m laifeota? lion of lev il) siinl iiiiiimr. Hit fage Aiii.ii we liara i,, v .i .en i.mu rags ros boo tttmas quite I'.iriii, ViilU IhS in.inner -f t su i...*-?. ?? nl?pet rufliiti.yrt IBs BMOBlagSf t-S pin wa? gri-ii.-.l and ',. The . : . _u mi ? arasai i the iiveiit-t feel-- . n, rnrass fir Deaasmoaa,aad the "Otasllo'i sseaaatias -.no.* Mr. For; -t w,- ,?i . \ .? : -nt n,i,v.;inl tin- tone? ia which he alter? l "if It wars saw to die " eeshtteksa laths ri ( i.iii-.-ii ai of all who heard tUeiu ?4 stralaool i.e.I l.i.l? lllll.lC. Till? B i Tl t llf tr',.1 trjl?e.ll 111? )?Sll4 p ,v.ei over the BMM Of m.i ,k.:. 1 i.? Had rsl ?? i ?v.'i.-n wa arassapsatha ti.ii"*of thto voleo aad tasrambsr iBsa thssetSa*? tastmalatc MtaOttsfto sad Tipgtmtwt iba ttott ?agBsaasMas Bsnecooltyal swaly taoapcrsotest. .Mr. ,'orn il prooo i? hoBoe to Bostoa, wi sadsmaaBj ..-? ??... read i .i?.? iD - i;i..'in'r ni; aiit:. The comedy of ''?^-, ITbb l.ik?? It" w w to ;..?. beoo prodssedal B . r tbtoaftoi . ?m, With Mtoe Betlsoa ?i? Uotttlind, but, as tiun? iii? oa* lerrad for sattlnsthatplaaala sollahto i. irtlanss. ths plan of tin? ? ih.i.er i? . haaaag. " I bS SB .nisi.-r,"- -itfi Mr. Jais. M B ?? . ISl i- Uw Strait i r IB I KS-8 BSBdSS M Mm.lli'.'.tr. Will !.?? a | .1 si r l ?! i j't u? .uTioa uf ?? A \ . I. ? It" v.s.l be postponed tin Saturday aest. Thtoot I feUaea will repeat tier lov.-ly Impor? inatiun of --iiaV -...-sru'? Juliet. BABBI B*a cn The first Week of Mr. Hani inn'- BOW Circua has r..?rti a t> isy i ul ? m..',. , im i has shown Its attractive power with go di lalti v? tins.ne thl attention of iniilt.t.i I ISl IBO-tat-f-,BBd Ju?tifylii)< li? ??laiiu to pahBa I sl Utriuia opened i lie ii:pii..tti.-a'i..ii la ess of the.,.-.-; thi I - BOf thll ?:. .m.i hi? sliow U i? lia.l ;,i .--n oiintiT oaipottUoa. Itlsgattlsg into easspleh ' and wUl be aees next week sadec better oil nnutanaaa II,.ill hove hit!.- IT-1 pr.. . ,?e lnirl !i tliiil ind sp i..- tor i ? si. on lolil attia.T, tMATIC mm i - . Minstrel I ? .i-.il . . Iwaj. Akfternaafl performancea occur to-day *l VV .' i, I ., i,'., ill . i, , - , , . ? I II nil's ? .1 IS?, .IL.,1 it.11) I'U-rttll '? I I,, 1,11 Col. Pitagarald ?>f Phfladelphia baa eaa> i comear, In i-mr a i?, ul a : l d The pi,--,? i? ? ml t., oe p i -i'"* i. nul ? u.-fu i? polislte l m ?i? ? ribsd t" us an i in? n, at work of Its ? On Thanksgiving Day, the 98th inst., in.on per, iiiisisi ,. will I..- kivi II l! >? I ' OB mi,ui<. N.i.i..'?. the ? - i ?... ui? (.1 ?ml ?ijii-r? llooan, K ?' ? I ? ? Opera liasse, tad the Bai I The ieBB-Bg Ihoatrlnal Doveltles ol neat ? HI i... m,- n u, linn: of Nib - i. i- :. i, ?? t.. a . -' " t ?.. at.! i ' >' " l; mini the Clock" illtiini .a " . l it Is. ] liteI I ? ll.'l tin? V t-veitin. ira. rvrotl ? ? i -?I Umiato'f.'l-wsy Hail ou Mosiu-y .?in.li/