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WASHINGTON'S BIKTIIDAY.
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BOW THE HOLIDAY WILL BE CELE II lt A TED.
CUDI.IC DBMJ Kllt*, RKl'NIONS AND REC.TTIONS?
ATHLETIC AND MUTTABY MKF.TINO.-l.
Vndonidedlv mos! psoplsta New-York will make
ihe ssosl ot ts^day's holiday by slaying .ninth nt
Jb-.ni.-, ii* George Washington himself liked to do
whenever lie n;t<l tin-etiiiiico. Ad Inf* biographers
credit hun with bolos an exceptionally raiodssl
anni, wim bated display and "fii*-.'' of thar tbore
-will lie little In the city to-d:iy. tuif flier-- will be
any quantity of oratorical pyrotechnic*, embracing
niiinv atybsaol ekMiooneo. l''?.r (he benelii ol those
people who wuni t>. bo tomtrwhora a Imf ol the s an?
ons entertainments, receptions sad meetings i*
Even below. In many Instance* full details ean
found in the advertising columirta,
With feaatiug and patriotic ipeechea tbs wash
lagton Heighta Century Clab will eelehrnte the
dav al the Hotel Brunswick. Hoaea H. Per
kiii* will pr_rude and addreaae* will be made by the
hev. linnv Ward Beecher thief-Justice Noah
Kris, Congrsaeman John M. Daniela, Geortre M.
Kean?Ts Joseph Pnli I aer and the K.i. George li.
I'liist'D.
At Delmonico's the Society of tlie Sons of the
Revolution wi 1 dine .-md listen in souis patriotic
oriitnrv.
T_a Columbia Clnb will raise a flag in trout of
then club-room, al rhird-ave, and One-hundred*
and-lortv -eixth-sf.. Bl H o'clock in tile lnoiiiing, and
will bold a paulie meetiug in tba evening, ss hen
Washington's v irtuea will bc recounted by a num?
ber ol' -pcukfir*.
i'ne antniul .limier ol the Order <>f liiirod Amen*
Baas wilt be eaten at Mnrtmelli's, Na ISA liuii
av.?. .-speeches will be made bj ibe Kev. in-. Sew*
Dim. tho Kev. Dr. H uri burt, Daniel Ullman and
other*.
The Association of the 1st New-York Mounted
Rifles will dine at Morelli's, Na r* West rwenty*
eighth-*!.
I*ba old Washington Gray Troop, now known ?*
the Washington Light Battery, ss ni hold ibo filly.
third iiiitnial n'(<i>ti..ii ni n* veteran, hi.rms and
Retire nwmbera. at the 12th Kerrinienl Amit., al
Broadway aud Forty-ti-tu-at,
At thc Madison SunareiJ irrien tbe nth Regiment,
rV. G. s. N. V.,will luise ;i dress parade,beginning al
ffcSO t>. m., and the regimenl will bs renewed by
Lieutennnt-Uovernor .lone.-..
The New-York liar.' rand Round* will open the
Baptr rhanlng with a eros -countrr run al i-onm
Orange. N. J., atartlug from Wheel.iii'i Morel ar 3
p. m. After the chars the elah will be able to do
ample jost ice to a dinner. Future meetings of the
clui) win tik>' place on March 13 aad 27, April 10
and 24, rand May r* ami ?_'_'.
liic Mountain IVibog-gan Club, eomposed of New*
York bnaluesa men, ss i 1 (rel a lot of tun and sport al
Banuail Like, Central Valley, N. V. li laea will be
given for the lon.est and straightest nins by raoglee,
uoniilcs and fonra
Al Hickman's Hotel, N<>. 98 Cedar-at., tho tnem*
hers ol' thc Washington Engine No. -0. of thc old
Volunteer Fire Department, will hold tuen annual
reunion.
'lin- annual "reception of the Blackie ZonsYea
will take plaee at Irving Mull.
At the Lexington Avenue Opera Honae the
Albmu Society will en! >y their fourteenth annus
bali.
An orratorieal contest by thc (.indents <>f Han
?tatt;m College smii be held rn lbs college hull.
At Chic berring Hall, afternoon aad evening, the
MeW-York City i isle uilfod will rake pla< e.
Thc veteran*, of the War of Ibl. will meet at
Military Mail. No. 193 Bowery,eal s good dinner
and revive old memonea
Companies A. D, E, H and K. of the 13th Begi*
nieiit, nnd-r coniiuaiul of Major .'. V. Ackerman,
will e.-t-tirt the 3d Battery t<> ns new armory in the
m.ii linn.'. Several companies of the 14th aud 23d
Regiments ss ill also form part of the escort, J. L.
Hiker Post, Nc 02, 0. A. rt., will ruse the mencan
flag In B ittrSrry I'ark and in the evening parti, ip tte
in u ssasqaerade ball at Concor.iia Mail,
Ave.-A, in aid of its oriihan fund,
Company (.'. ?*?? 111 Regiment, will have a
drill ado reception at its armory in the evening.
Company ll, 71 -t Regiment, will s i-it New-Haven
gs guests of the New-Haven Blaee. 1 he aunual
reception ol' the Non-commissioned I IfMcera* Aasc
elation of the 13th Kegimenl will take place in
th.- regimental ann..ry. 1 lie veterans of the 9th
Regiment will bold a reception at the regimental
armory. A bicycle and athletic tournament hy
the Klug* Connty Wheelmen aad an entertain
rsjeat provided by Company A of the 47th Regi?
men! will take pis e In the regimental armory in
tin- evening.
Tha managers of the "Society f"r aiding Self
Kiipi?.iti:ist Wonlen" svill open ;i iiii/.it.n and fane.v
lau ul tie- University Club Theatre.
Thc New-York Free cir. nlating Li bi ir A*- * \u*
Hob will hold s meeting at Steinway Hall in the
evening.
Matinee perform mces will ne given ;.t the lead*
(iiiv ol Music, the Comedy Iheatre, tiie Grand
Opeis House, Lyceum Theatre, Daly's Lden Musec,
Madison Sonarei I halla, \\ nllai lt't>,Niblo'a Garth u,
Union r-aquare. StHUtlard, 11,ir.i Avenue, Bijou
Opera House and Theatre Comi-iue.
Con*??< riitlon aemces svill be held at St.
Michael's Church in tbe evening Thc Bishop <>f
l'eoriu ssiu preach t; e aertnon.
Tue nltl li mies. laver n, al Broad and Pearl
?.*.-.. where Washiugion bade farewell tohisoffl*
eera, will be open tor inspection througnonl the
dav.
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TEMPERANCE MOURNING OVER MERRITT.
A sign on which was printed in h.icc blacklet*
ter*; " lin- las! woi i* rn John 1'.. <? nigh: ' Young
Butta; in,ike \ur record c ean,' " mel tl u eye of the
mitt i.v people vrbo attended the meeting "i ihe Mun
lia;tan I.- npci nu e Association iu the Masonic
Temple yesterday afternoon Uni- had been uo
res:illili' speukei appointed bul short ?,.- c n. * ss. ;.
ni:ti?- by several lemiM*rnncc adi i
eulogistic of Mr. (rough's life inn!
eharaeier. A co.nmitlee ol five was
appointed to draft res duttons, "tr-adie" Van
Brunt, the chief osator, said a few words, and
George ?--. A'eeks sana thc solo " Rest, *?piril Ri
On th' proKrumme which wai distributed then
was among the advertisements, surrouudeil on
eitli.-r m.:<? by bea vi black inns, the name Stephen
Merritt, lin- significance ol the mourning em?
blems is uot known, nuless thal since he lia- joined
the I omits Democracy his lemperanco friend* are
?Muming in* downfall and the iinpo-udbilitv, from
a temperance standpoint, oi his being saved since
bc be nine an adherent ot ih ? I lemon icy
Chickeriiis M..li stu . pai ly fijled -it the mi etina
ot the Aim-netti lcm iterance Union. George Wood
lord, of Illinois, waa ile .peaker.
BA RS CM COM1SQ Al HIE USUAL TIME.
"Tliis," sai.l J. L. Hutchinson al tbe Madison
fi-narc .,uiici ?;. -itMitii.y, "lt Hie sixth jeir ol We
Comp.itt binding to.eibcr 1*. 1'. Barnum'* ''?
bbowou Earth' and Ibu 'Oreel Loudon Circus,' and
tiley ara to wake a tour of tbe Western States until tb*
fall, WllC ll Ibe S! 1.11.e -Iel!! ll il 'ie ? |.| J,Itel 1 ll) Kl. lop. Ja;
a t<>ur. Tbe people uf Kurope instr *.tis- un Aim i.e.m
show, one thal owns Ita own railroad cai- and jiu:* ap
and takea dona twenty-six tent* covering len sore* ol
ground m i ne In,ur end forty-five inlnnlea Since Ibu
Bo?aoiiilati tu ol ibese ibuwa wa have goat " :
season to season cm*;..;,My avIsilDit io tbe various dc*
p.irtuitii* and eons, queutly Inrreasli .- om money In
veataieni aud leaking .1 in >portlouate advance m mir
dally expeosee, but it li ail lustitied by our growlns re*
Belpta Cur expenses eacu duy are non nearly ?'"?.ooo,
while onr rap! tut Invested lu properties, .eic la fully
?4,000.000. With -in .. ,t 1 at.--- i.u,mint .it -duke we mii-i
keep faith witb tbe public lu all mat te rs, and we could
no linne afford io iciji.t.ui,/.?? om i.n.:,ie-, prospects tn ,u
B monkani or lanker or bead of any other lino
U.iichiiiile uUtlue*! wbo has in ii, inns ot Inv.
"Toglve you an idea ol boa oui ihow ba* lucrea*. :,
I way Bay that formerly we eartned our show in twenty
railroad ears, .'>ow aeneeelgbtj ol our own specially
Beast rac leu ears, inaktua one train a mile long, bosldei
si-sen advertising ears, our pay-roll contuins isno
ninnes und ..ur expense! last season wen **: "fl*.<??'?.
Weeroploj about 'iii.n tn advance lu ail ea pi
Thle year our exhibit.wilt be similar iu tbe main to
that of laat aranon. Wa shad have three ringa, an ele?
vated Btage, ii museum ti living wandera a i: mun hip
ptxlroiue. ino double _ienacer.es, sn aviary, an Inter
nation.H concrvas of glanleam! gtauieaaes. withC'bang
read maa* othara. and midk-ete beaded by Lucia ?erato,
besidta Mlle. Cur,..tim. ike double-bended girl, Arab*,
Karopeao specialists, Juinu..'s akeleton and skin, and
Alice, .liiuii,o'* wi.lim, and a bord ol elepbanta I cm
truthfully tay tkat thl* year's -inf* trill oe tbe luagett
gad beat we have ever bad, We abai! open a* asual In
the Madleoa .-.jti..ie Qarden on M itt u 26, git mg a torch*
lijtht parade ou Satorday, March -7."
COSVESl los OF A HI.CREW LODOE,
The District Grand Lodore No. 1 ot thc Order
Si ?Ballal ebel Banal, began r,s twenty-fourth annual
Convection yeaterday Bl Hythaforas Hull, .S.n. Hil am!
130 ( anal-st. iinre werona ween eevcniy-tlve and 100
deiiK-.ites |,resent fruin Canada Hew-Kngland.Sew-Yora
aud New-Jersey- tko ground covered by Iu-ttnct No. l
of the ord. r. s. ii. Bildeubcrg, grand president, In lu*
aim.i .1 rraeaaage reported tba state ol the omar a* fund.
Tbe ii, cati va Committee bad decided, lu thu cass of a
broth, r st hu bsd committed tnlclde tim inc- Iks .Muir,
IBal tba htm ware entitled lo ike audowuient, wbleb
was nald. The deaths of slr Motet Montefiore and of
Oaaaral Uraat wen- mentlona i a* prlnelple .vent. ..f iii..
2ear. Next year oceuts the iwentv fifth anniversary '>r
ie eitabiisiiiiKtnt nf District Na I, and it is intended tn
V. cele limn- tin. oBsaslon. Tbs order hus i <> -> t forty-nlno
?- members by destk Sating tbe laat year and hus nald in
Indorsement* B4B.0VO. ihe ineome of tin district dur
tug tue yc.i ir,- ftOO.OOO, und the expenditure!
aumin,lol to .*?-...'.oo. liiai? wus j,uni for tbe relief,
aict txii.ilt and funeral expDii.es bl2,000; capital ot
tbe lodgea g70,000i amount of Sink-IB fund fur in
Cowiiuii* iii bandi ul Itnlit. >, s!i.).().m. The order com?
prise- ei,-'li:y lodgea und 4.S60 membera
TliO loHowlng ottn.is weie ileen-ii for the eii*iilii|.'
year: President, Isadur Linderman; iii*t vhr*e.praal*
deni, ciiai ..-* I.. Oobn; second vice-preafdeut, Leonard
Leiscrs .in,; s-tretury, Harris Koaeutbal i treasurer,
Josejiii Harris; chalruibu of Him board <>f endowmout.
George c. ?neiii r, treasurer of the l/uard of eodow
i_ ..- Mw maa Conan.
AB A WE AL IROM THE BLIND.
The Society for Um Relief of the Destitute
Blind, ai Nu. ii'A Wen Peurteentli-ai., !,.ts jual
lisscventeiiiiHi -fiitniai report wblcB sh.iws tba! tlie cost
?JT-nHiriiitiiiiri-J th- Home asl year wm about tJr-0,.?.
'*"'' lill* sum bu* iireo forty-three Inmatea food, lodging,
and ail uecessarlu* of life, provliled many of them a ta
etothiur, baa futniil.otl ta- elah witb medicines, and
buried tue dt-id. nt acost to the aociets ..r .t* 1-3 santa a
day for Bitch Inmate. Bearii In Aux'.it ?r.utiid waa
broken for tue erection <>r tba new ** Uome," at <)ne
bundred-aud-foirth *t. aili r?ntii.avn. This bufdding
ls intended to oocoiiiiiio.luH) loo Inmates, and will bc
well ventllattiil nod sdmlrably destgusd to seeunt tim
somfort and a*alth of Its luiuatf*. ll ssiu ba provided
wit!) two hi-o-prou-f *iuiio.i?eri, aiupv dormltoriea hath
ri)')m*. worksh..ps, kitchen*. laundiK's. alttlng-rooms,
dieing halls aii.l a ebapei. Tue se..io will be domloiled
lu opposlU) sides of the b-W-ui*. Cliarles ll. Ls.iau I, ol
No. 1(J2 Madlson-ave.. ls president of the *oelety, and
Mr*. Uland Ii president nf the Board of Lady Managers;
Horaoe Manuel, af NV 29 Nassau it, I* treasurer of the
torloty and Miss Susan (). Hoffmann, of No. !27oM?dl*on
avc, of tbe Board or M m lifers. .Money 1* needed for the
current expenses as well as for tho cuuirtJ.eti.iu of lbs
If.-un. _ _
IK I ME NEWS.
rRO.MINLNT A KHIVA J/-*.
Clarenden Eotel?OettCTsl Nelson A. Miles,
C. S. Army, ami Frederick linley, of Philadelphia
I \ft/i Attune H"trl?(.,\\\ Serries Comm last oner Dorman
B. Kiiton, Cniiki'essiunu J. Iboiuus Bprlgga ol L'tloB, and
Haury O. Parker, of Boston.Burroo Hilt Hotel V.
X. Barnum, of Bridgeport, Conn.ll?ttl Bntnewiek
Daniel Dougherty, of Philadelphia .si. Denit Hotel
Professor Hiram Corsoo, of Cornell Cu I ve rsl tv.
Puekinqhant lintel -J*in,-s Coan aud Samuel I*. Colt, ol
i'.ii ode Island.
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WHAT IS GOING ON TO-DAY.
Washington's Hirth lav ede iratlons,
State civil gat tics Comm. BSlOU, New York Hotel,-1
p. Ul.
consecration asrvleea of st. Mlehssl'a Cb ireh, mora.
lag um', evening
I nu nal uieetin. of New-York City Iist<"t?lf.)'l, Chick"
enng Hall, - and 7:30 p m.
Meetiug of graduates ur Mount Holyoke Seminary.
Oentral Presbyterian Cbnreb, l:*_tl i>. m.
Leacue Asnoclallon Wbeeimau, dr..ml Union llutol.
Icu,', lom uaiiiuui, Nit. 212 West Porty Ilr.-l-.-t.
Carteret Hun i lub thoo!, Bergen Poiut, N. J.
Tien cironlatlng Library meeting, Steinway Hall,
even i ii c.
Washington Chapel (inter of United AiueriCiiui dinner,
Martlnelli't, TiiO p. in.
Wasnlugton Helgbta Century Club dinner, Hotel
Hi unswlck, evening.
Pirti Nen York Mount..1 RlflCI reiiiilon, MorelU's,
evening.
Bennion of Veterans ol i-i-', So 193 Bowery. 1 p m.
Dinner of lbs Son* of the Revolution, Delmonico'*, 8
ji. m.
Reception of 2d (Earls*) Battery Artillery, ut armory.
Reec pion of Dib Reg-Bent veterani, al armory,
evening.
Reception of Company Oi 7ih Regiment, at armory,
eveline.
Reception atid drill of 11th Regiment, Madlaon si|ii.,n:
Garden,
Reception of Blackle Zouaves, Irving Hall.
BeoepUon and drill of Company C, Sib Beglmant, al
armory.
Bicycle ami athletic tournament, 17lb Reg?uent
Armory, Bi uni..yu.
Chess contest a! Manhattan Ch>"-s Club room*, even
in--.
West stile Athletic club exhibition, No. 329 Wet!
lilf.-loin ii-*!.
Masquerade ball of .l.t.. Biker Tost, G. A. R? Con?
cordia Ha 1.
NEW-YORK CITY.
Then- were thirty-niue arrests yesterday for vio?
lation of the excise lass.
I lie members of the Chinese Sunday-sehool of ihe
Fourteenth M ree! Presbyterian* burch will enter?
tain their friends in the .church tin** evening ss nh
music and recitations,
Till: QA HA ll A** CASI- SETTLED.
The ehnrges and connti r charges, tbe mull of the
recent Blabbing ol t'oi'pnral Garahan, who i* one of
the mem lier* of thc guard stat umed at Camp Grant,
"ei" withdrawn by mutual consent in the Harlem
(i.iiit yesterday, and the accrued nun were die
chat ged hs Justice Gorman.
KNTKill AINMI NI IN AID OP SICS CHILDBEX,
Ail entertainment in aid of the Sick Children'!
Society of iii.- Brick Preabytei ian ( horeb will be
given in tbechnrcb parlors, in Thirty-seven!h-st.,
near Filth- iv.-., on Thursday evening, (singing hy
Ilia, Raymond (Annie Louise Cary) and recita?
tions arc Included in the programme,
BCBACB1P1 ION* TO mil' mi:. MEANY.
A meetiug was held al tbe Prees duh rooma tn
Nassau-st, yesterday to take step* toward raising h
fnud lor Stephen ll. Meany, the journalist and
Irish agitator. He stumbled in getting Into a car?
riage si the close of an Irish meeting uptown a few
ii i-tit* uk'", lacerated his I, g. erysipelas suis rvened
and he will probably Ire confined t>. In* lied fora
long time, Aluin! -r;.'..n ssa* subsc ibed. John
li,.sic O'Reilly seu1 $20 from Boston Police
Justice Maurice J. Power, Assistant District-At?
torney Fitzgerald, Anni* J, < utnininga, "t Tht sun.
W. A. CrofFnt, of Tht tiraphic, aud othera will re*
(cn c Bubacriptiona
BROOKLYX.
Simon Prank, wbo kept s dry goodi *torc at nh. lot
AtUniiv-ave.. was arrnated yesterday upon luanicloa ol
,ir*.ui. His store waa found on tire with a lol ol raits
ar,uitnl Hie stine. The. ll.tni-s were pul out Without
damage being dona
Tncre ts no probablllt] of skating tn Pro peel I*.irk tn
day. as tbs Ice along Ibe *h<>re* of rm- akeltnnly iir,t
iiu-i.e- in tblckneta lc Hue ind Hom lt Club will
have a ruo through the Park to lay, ibe rendezvous be?
ing at the vv ilunk entrance al 11 a m.
I In- li.cul.era of t Ic sa i-atum Aruii Who a '
rested last week while preaching In the >ti"i umi r,
leased maJeanotbcr ai tempt last in
open-all service. Tbev snug hymus el rultuu-st. and
Klatbusb ave.. and badroi. cled a crowd wheo a i sj
man arrest il tbt.ni for ob.truetiiig tho street, and ihoy
were taken to I ll a street Police Mellon.
MU 1 lim ? 111 in HE 1 sun IDE.
Oscar M. Ti.iv.i-, ssin. was rim over by a
train of carson ibo. Nea York, New Haven and Har! u ?.
Hu li h.i'l ai Winds ir I... ?;,-. Cu - ' .?!,-.. i, c .
ma Injuries from wbleb ie died In .. r*. wa*a
travel - ? tn for Venable ,v Herman, ulm ?
i dca ci - in a ut s bi i lluuu i at No I I
j ibis city, 'i'bey received a dispatch from bin Sutunlaj
n.oi nillir Raying th.it he would retell Ibis cit)
afiern.i. About two limn* afterward
from ti,' Hartford Hospital anni it bf bad been
? ? - i. and thai be wat m.: <-x
i.i to live. A I
.I.- ul. i in- rc] rn i i lia! lie ' oin ,. ' ride I
lit i e I bj ! I: ,4, cnill.. fl' I loll li I* i 'u
lenci bim since la*! spring Ile ls ipok. I nf us m
active and capable i?leinian, tidier and sensible. H.
n .- ab ,;;' tweuty-rlcbt yeats ol - . ?
birth. H lin Hu New-J
nott TO RB A PPOIXTED A VOTA HY.
- '. ti .il linlilllie* hits',- In- ii n-t .-iv I'll al lin
.
lanes \\
Two Ifalngo ar. nc-' ??uv Brat, write to vt Illara '..
Bice, 1
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- . ft, th a| j Heal t , .,
kunu lum. i he . .eu tl l-t-.j,:;- ;!?? ls " lulim nc- " to Iii
duce tbe (ioveiior to nominate the uppl ant and Hie
st nate t<> coodna, I be more Influent! il t .
to tbi , . .mn ibly ibe b. it- t (1.
Bpplt. ml Bull best way 1* fur each applicant lo
; leal* wi ii tho .Slut, --.-n i'm- ,,f bl* district I I
t im.et thal there are alwavt mnu; more
applications mau notary. .,,-. not feel that bl* - uatoi
bas treated bim unfairly If ba does not receive t ,?? ap
po.iituiei.t.
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BSTEIES FOB THE SUIti REA V 17.1 VDU I/'
Thc ('..nev Island Jockey Club h ive n celvetl
only one more I urlim llaudicap. In
addition to tin- lour it ready mentioned In I ut: I iiirsi.,
1 Int: i-tue iain->, ii;-o,,l I ,', ,u,, t. ufolbei
declaration* are expeei<-da however. Ant nomli i'm
Him ii ailed a de.-1 ar ..il n un Saturday, il lt Lot* a i "ist
ii inii ttl ti,*', effect, will be In ti i e to lave the *-_?.', in ti
it will < n-t to ititi in lu longer, Munt- of the entries
ute tboae irom owners IIvIiik lu the I ir Weil, ami three
of them Beacon Held. Alf I -tell ma! I trail! are from
the Pat lite tua-:. Tyrant's owner, however, s|,o:nis
mom ot in- tin,.- m tu i.s. !? lng i on- lu the city. If
Mic. were declared out i>. kiter* malled In California
on I iiiuiv ju, when tin- Hm* expired tl ?? u : ey > 1 lb
would not near ol it belora Thursday. Bes ??
mus- tiiut I.ci.md . ,,.;' J lae taco, i.u- the top weight,
123 pouuda
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DID JAMES HESRi /'.-/',/. LEAVE i WILLI
Thengenl <>| ih<- Public Administrator, who
is engaged lu trying to unravel tbe mystert <>f what
became of tbe mlsei Jame* Henry I'aiuo'* money,
lirotnltet lo give riu- re* lit ol lil In a few dav*.
and he aay* tbat tbe development! will n,- important.
vs bile, the nhl in un lay on iii- deathbed, ac arding lo ibe
ttory told by Mr. Dingwall, tbe owner ol ibechopl
In Broadway which the miser frequented for io mun)
year*, be acnt for WI i ',.'.A\ er*on, a aleaman in n
mil-la boii.e. A11,iei .on know lbs old man'* history and
(hut he imii i,ed :n one Um conslderabls wealth. What
tba miser told Anderson ls not known, is the Intter list
not hean seen slnoe Paine'* death. Mr Dlntwsll be
Bevel that Hallie revealed Hie s orel of iii.- bldlng-ph.ee
of his monet to Anderson and lefI bim blebeir.
lt ls said tbat on bis deathbed Paluc kept Balling fm
tbe Bible, allowing that blt mind turned to seek tolsoe
iu reliiHou ,i* u, utii iiiipru icbed,
ATE lUREE HA DEV OFF.
Two women, locked arm-in-ana, were wend?
ing their wsy up Sevenib-ave, rbey were ueai Twenty
tuirn st. One waa large and heavy. Tba otbei ?*?- l
small womal., bul heavily laden with some In lox lean un
uer helpless companion and seemed to take ia u* wall
tier own unpleasant predloainont witn a drunken
winnall 00 bel banda Shs .aid lu a voice tli.tt sri* al
in.i.t a wall, " ...i 1 hell) lbs th: cu: of us."
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WBAPPINQ BIMBELF UP IS BOPS
Thc insanity of Chester A. Newman, who
sv:i- taken fruin the Grand Central Hotel tn Bellevue
Hospital .rn Saturday, sm* marked yesterday by violent
demonstrations at interval*. Mr. Newman hu* un Idea
timi he ls nein.: persecuted bj t larK-' number of people,
ii im tola,w bin around ooustantlr witb intent to munt
personal Injin) ii nm him. In order lo protect himself
fiom them lie baa encased lu* ids In a coll ol beaty
rope several feet tblrk, and ?? (irn-l*> most <>f his time lu
si lodlng tm* rona -.mi ohanglug ll sn na batter to anawei
blt purpose, if Mr. Wewin in does not linprova in a few
days ba will be placed In a private .-)*> lum by hi,- friend*.
PEEP ABIE 0 A MAS FOR SU BO IC AL TEEATMEST.
Il'-ni v Kui m.uni, svho was admitted to ll. ll* -
rue I!obj*.ital on li iday, n uii a ctm er ol tha tongue, wai
inti unon a emirs,: i>! experimental treatment yettei lay,
for tho purpose ot limlilug the pros ress ol the disease
and reducing Ita virulonos. so ibat when lbs operation
of extirpating the tougne laka* place there wilj b
,i i, fatal t' i n.in,n:,,ii. l los ra i- .ni: ba watched
by the medical profoaalon with interest, ii tt.rMirhical
operation which lt la Intended lo perform il iluillar to
lbs one ul.Ich tva* (HsQUBBBd and liiiaily BbSBdOBed In
the case of Ge.eral i iran'.
BE WAA TED IO sa I E TIM.':
I. u Tl,, Aiiiy.fiol (,\ )'. , f,.r,?,ni.
A Roudoul "runner for an "Over-the*
[Uri ' luie sou.lu. foi lint iiuth ot the following: A
mao neall) drat i .1, and 'ie iring froid rimmed ipeetaetet,
ru-iiei into tbe restaurant on th* BblnecliS noak, yen
terday. end innuired of tba proprietor if h.- ramos and
sold oyster stews On neening a reply In ilia uiltrnia
live, tba itraugri Baked lb* it,ce ol trna Da wa* la
Io. to, ti. Taklag out u liUi.li.iK-i'?sc Kuld walch hu
looked to see what time lt wa*, end then said: "The
train that I want to pitch I* due lu a few minute*. I
don't think ymi will have time to make a whole ?tcw,
lo you had better -elvo, rae half a oue."
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NEWS PROM mi: SUB VEER
THOU) VICTIM Ol' Jin: WAREHOUSI ACCIDENT.
Annrher victim of rite falling wsli at tha ruins or ware?
house* No*. 7 ..nd s .it the American Dooks, Tempklnt
vliie. S. I., died at tin-Smith Infirmary yeaterday, Titi*
l- tba third tle.ith among the live men seriously Injured
l>v the fall of the north wall nf No 7 storehouse, other
wail* of the ni ni-ar.- sin "tiituiiinf. Tba committee of rhe
New-York Houri ol inc Underwriter* tonk chan.'" of tim
buildings snd contents oj theeeooud day after the fire
ami their agent* kara ?.?.uer. been in ahalg- Mr.
I'ltselier. IBs repreeentatlve of thal commit?
tee, will he called before Coroner Lea,
al Oarr-sttaoa't Iran. TompklnsrHie. B. I., ta tell what
prc inti ms wen taken lo m .-vent tost ol life
It ls understood that Ihe Board af lire t'edciwrlter*
will rata for tte Injured men ami the families of Hm
deni, inn tim* far nu evidence bat beeB (bown thal ?nch
care hs* beana Joba Bohner, forty-two years obi, tbe
late*) t-lrttm. who died yesterday, bad bl* ribs erashad,
bia left leg broken sad bl* lungs perforated. Ha leaves
a willow imii three children, a girl of twelve years, a
boy nf ten and a cirl of eight lat) evening in* body
waa taken to blt home at tim Continental Hotel, Staple.
ton. 'i'll" family have no money (ti moville fur tba
burial. Morafeakl and Malloy, tba two otter survivors,
are still under lurgtcal cara, .sith eharaeas of recovery.
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M'.AHI.*. IH.IVDIi) WITH RED n.ITKK.
Frank Bessin_er, age teveateen, of N... Sig Piftb-st..
ass walking ibrongb Jersey-ave., Jersey City, lowsrd
luiine at alue hour on Saturday night, when a yoong
mun ran np behind tilm, put his band on hts shoulder,
ami a* Beaslneer turned 'tiretv a li nulfui nf r. d pepper
III lil eve*. Befltloger fl lei out si Uh nain .uni stood
groping ni.,mt until Polieemau Blanchard arrived and
inuit him tn ,t neighboring drug store, where the pepper
wa* removed trom ins eve . and li wu* found that in*
ttcbtwatnot Impaired Bes*lnircr say* that be would
not he .ihle to recognise lu* assail mr, a- be ran awuv M
quickly after throwing thc |iej?iicr. He alan declare*
that ha knowe of no motive for tte aet The police be?
lieve it wu* th ? rr* Ht ot rivalry abom a young woman,
an i -n.s|t. el a certain young man, wim win probably ba
amata I,
MIGHT HAVE CAUSED A TERRIBLE Acciniisr.
*,? tbe Waahlngtou ilnnied expre*s train wat entering
tin- I'eiiii.iis uiila IHi'.it ti i 1 Btation at 3:15 p. m. test.-r
iiiiv. one ni the forward wheals of tbe locomotive truck
fell nit imii tim tr;i;n came to a * ti len stop. The paaaen
per* nero illxhtly -U iki-n np ami tome little excitement
prevailed for a moment or two but ipiickiv tobelded.
The breaking ol the wheel was the only damage saaasd.
JERSEY CITY.
A iii.iii sun) gavshl* Hume u* William Pnnohiic and
who salt) he w us a pi iel riuin S'oVB sci ia, was found
drunk it. st' un n m. about '.' a m. yesterday and taken
lo the Pirti I'reclnet Police Station He hud a little
bottle labelled "laudanum" sad said tint he hail swal?
lowed Its oonlent*. bul when a physician examined
bim no I race nf Ihe poison could tie found. Thc prisoner
has the appearance ol u professional tr.imp ami the
police discredit bis statement about being a pries:.
NEW ii:i:-i:y TOWNS,
Htiiiiti, .lui it Brier, a t twenty-eight, committed
suicide hy shooting bi mae! fin the h ead on Saturday
afternoon. Brier hud been employed bj Baethurn I ry,
a farmer, for several luontbt and bad continually nibbed
the firmer'* chi) lien's laving* bank He waa eaoxbt
um! ii ci.i,.tunIf ..nt for lo arrest him, hut licfore ho ar
rlretl Uriel h.ni -hot lui)i*elf.
lim i ii -un.,.. At*sn mlnutea after 12o'clock ye*ter
day Q-nrulug, Vet miler l.Tewling..? or tnr* uldesi elli
tens of tbe place, dleal II* had been tick fur a long
Hun-, inn nu* not confined to lu* i.ci until resterday
afternoon. Illa one great wish fr nu ms boyhood was
th.it be should live lo he eighty years old. At 12 o'clock
he wu* eighty snd len minnies ..Her be wu* ,to.id.
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STAI i.n i-l.\Ni>.
Tba staten leland Rapid Tranall Railroad alli begin
maning Ita train* on the north ibora ol Staten I- n I
(rum St. (leorce'i !_nd na to Kim Part! on I n
The boats fro i, Whitehall-*!., Stew-York, will rna on
sr.Inls lime, ont bo it in etina tio- train :ii Bl, Oeorge's
and tbe next boat makins* all landings aloos Ute .hine.
There \iiii be no nun. between st. Ueorge'a sud
Clifton, nu tba aa il ?k >i s,..' ;?:.it
MA RIM: ISTELUtiESOB.
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Hun ot iii bark's cargo consigned lc Itossrvi
lill, ic, l . . i - u ? i?-; s I .tv
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UUgsxsrowx. Keb vi Hailed, steamer AU ka (Hr). Murray
from i i ?? ' i. lu ? ur Nt-wi .uk
Stwi -.ii I. ill! ? .un ii. *n .nm r Altnandinc III , Col
Unlit (or Nev V,,i.
? ,? .inii-.m k,,, I eli i" Bailed, steamer Martha !Uer),To.ip
foi Ni 1 tor'
Uambi s<t Keb 21 Arrived, steam r I'olyneala
Killme fl nil, S( ? Vol I
amu'c. I .'.-.'u sidied.steamer Nrdrllsml Belg). (iilf
liu. '"i Net v ni k.
Cai'*?, to Keb'.'U Arrived, steamet Kate lam.ii [Br),
S i ai tr 11 'titi Nt il S ol li
Hliiiiiii m.. I ?'? " Passed stearucl ? Illus *?? " (Br), fio'u
i li!na ..ii i J ,;, -n fm Xi b s -.11
-) n rt, N-s'.'. Keilli suited iteamer Zetland!* Bi
VVcttl,tl. from s.tn limit is. ?? lau -.','.
A-l-listn, Iel- Ami..I. -I eic Colon, I.Una, from
New-i otk.
Anvil i, iu Mm mi;-.
si ra ii ii-i nu'.- -",,iins.. Hi c rshould alway* I" need for
Ililli,..!! Iii HUM.. Il li, illili- III- ililli., *.,|-|1\- Hie
i.l ii-, il I is - tl i lill . i ii - 1.1 mi i ,,| li . anti is the ni ni
Ul .st r I'l It'll ni i li'im I .1. i w. nit ilse ti nt* u hoi I lt.
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Earl \ Wilson's E. .\ NV. brnn-l of M. a's
( ,.ii., - .mil .uti.at, thebes*. *.tlJ >? v. i v.iu . r.
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Hi Nits A. Danikiji, M. I>..
1 I I l.e.iii.ion .in . In lu t-i-ii .'till -ii I lOth Sta
Hens Stol, Sin 7 ld*> u?> m <>f titr ts?rims -rst?tii'
i.t-inio-iiiii irv urgant Impotence and itenlity,
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Tlie "Favorite Prescription'' of Dr. Pierce
.ut s ' Ii-msle weakness " sad kindred affections By time
gists
Beware of slight Irritation of tho throat.
Brown?l's Poush Drops nive Instanl relief. Wholesale houti
4Ufe uud ill) .Hali,I st. U,millie has A. ll ll nu ra ii drop.
PETS
GREAT -PH I Al. -.ALU.
tSO PIECES BOD"! I'HI'.-sli! S, ItANHINH IN Qt'AN
iii, li'.)'..' 1 Tu ld Iii .11- ul A l'.Vl'l HUN, AND
' iii.ti.rs i.\ 11: v si pi- i; ingrain (allWool,
CH. i ll I si , , ls A r li) MN .SN I i'HI' I.
ALI. lilli IIA-I - -lOHI.H, KHI-.I-. OF VMABMBt,
I .*. I I I. IH.'C I1UJI).
SHEPPARD KNAPP & CQ.
birril.A\ E. ANO IBStmatBtm
Stern Briners
liiroot attention to a
Special Exhibition1
Ol their spring imp,nations of thc
highest Paris Novelties in
BRIDAL TROUSSEAUX,
HAND-MADE LINGERIE,
TEA GOWNS, PEIGNOIRS,
Also thc latest productions in
PARASOLS,
ON WEDNESDAY, FEB. 24.
Stern Brothers
Will display this work their
first Importations ot
OS
Al.-. Miiny Additional Novelties in
Cotton Dress Fabrics
and
Embroidered Robes
at
Very Attractive Prices,
Stem Briners,
32,34, 36 West 23d-st.
J.& C. JOHNSTON,
Kroaduav, full-air. and -24-sti
O P E NI N C
SILKS,
DRESS GOODS
AM,
INDIA SHAWLS.
liil.Nt. I III. P A-l Vt 1 I I. WI. ll
SILK STOCK
* i vi ii , l. tlCNOn I) Pllfl Ol i.i v i. AND
i: i i>
SILKS AMD SATINS,
V ? ? I lt
On Tn s:ia>. Feb.93,
ANI) III* It I NH
EXTFiOHEINAEY BARGMIil..
SPECIAL LOTS
330 ri ' IMI 1.1 i i) - v i in mi r.'.i i! )__
I hi X. ALI Dl.-lll.vi:; I hQ/"->
I ' Hi - l ; ,. > l ?) \J\J\J?
vv ii i. wup. i ii -; nfl.
IV, in. ,.- ill li H - v i IN lill IDA MKS t _.
PINK muk I 1*1 .NISH AT ..... , / 1 f
u i.i i, v ) t ? V-*.
;98c.
I I'i I I KS IILAi'K SATIN Hil A l>AMI
VKB1 Hui! v -. lt III \ ?. , \i
ni ut i Ai- pp..i i ? ,i
SS 809DS
vv I v. i i.i EX ii I un viv:,, IND VAllt til rs 1 (J, 1"
i, l \ ?, v |, l .i 11 - i \
SPRING FABRICS.
,'i Vt ,?lil il
REAL INDIA SHAWLS
FROM i in: ni'' i.n i LONDON SA LKS in NKW IND
i i t i. v \ I 111 - 11. s v n i. ( u i u u i N i. - a Ni i Allin:
I. 'Ul -1 ? 1 -1111' I..- BVI-.II NA ll KO IN lill- COCNlllY,
J. & C. JOHNSTON,
Irroa.hf.iv. 5th-Ino. an I 22d-?t
N
HRBCrSS
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int ???-?? ?
-isi
Eighth-are., Sith and 25th Nts.
wi. 11.wk p rn. ii.tMin ni, i:\tiiii: r*TO( li OP
MRS** KM. HAL-, I LION _ CO., ttl WAI.1.1 Ni.I '.Kl',
ION lt.. viiu-i. ttl-, ii rv Mun AH MANI I'Aiii BERA
u|- UTANDA III) BILVKRWARl IH RUC AL ll' MT
Bl l-l.!: ti. lt l> inti ,t|' IHK UH. Ill UT ORADB
M dBi Bu IN lil I -ii I'v lil i IB OOO DH AUK WAH
Kan i i |t IS PRK i I VT NICK KL SILVER, AND WITH
Ult DI.NA UV VVI.AIl Will. |.A*I A NI vilH.lt 1)1*'
?mshi* i vin puai. is -lAMii.i. willi rm.
ma k lit s .N AMI,
Cuni Will lie
pu, ,-, uti li il at.
ii;.-.-lu , vs, n*-i?rte.l patterns, uer
"?'"I nv ... s-1 .10 *SU sa
?tll-.l'M M I Alli. * luiis- sndKORKH
sssurtistlpsitrras, persrtaf st* ...... UTA 1 lt
I.Alt'iK I Mil , sp.iu.N- ans Ililli.*
BS ? al-l laiil-tii- p'-t Mt ot Ml .'toil I 15
ANI. A li Kl. i I Ml , il-' Itt lilli K Ni V I s. MUSTARD
Nl'uu.N.s. I'll; KNIVI.s, pistil k N Vi I it HAM
J-..MVK-. -uip LADLE.**, .vc, Al -QI'ALLY l,uW
lit I. I H.
in iiiiiiiini, to tb. toort H.. inti! plaet on nit a lina ol
1 ,,? lc- I vii KM IV KM, wallanie! Mininer- lr I j.I.- -
pitts, in para hard whlfa mrui, ut t*u dollari runt SIty-Bvt
iuni- p-1 auton
EHItlCIIS
Eighth-are., 2-I I li and 25th sk
COOKING! COOKING!
MISS l'AKI.u.v. al Hie |,al,lie tl. a.ci-I, ni!,,li ll.lu Hus
Wf.-t, ut lier siiii.it! nf i BOkBtT, -'-'?' I BB) I7l- *K, trill H|.?.k
on t)ir*e sui,Jct* MOB DAT, !'? li. 93 ut 10 A BL vvt.it
to tin ?tull cuiii ?tatai iinv* tu Maka Lair Mrarartt Hpoaa-o
Drspa aaA Baked loaOraarav TUBBDAT,al'ip.av puh?
oi Carntai PbIUS Pifttaa, ka ? Blas Bordttr; Haaihtaa
Cake. Ktritwlictiy Wiilps KAl-ll.-' PRIVATE Cl v*-l.s
ute (uruiiit_. liomauiiiiis of rn NKW COU BBB Mat to any
BSfUssafc
ILL'S.
AVE, AND 20TH-ST
SPECIALNOTiCE!
We are offering our entire stock of Ladies' Winter Garments, consisting of Cloth,
Silk Velvet Plush and Seal, at less than one-half former prices.
5 OOO Ladies' Jersey Waists, $1.50 to $1.98; worth $2.50 to $3.50.
7,500 Ladies' Imported Jerseys, richly trimmed, $2.98 and $3.90; cost to import,
$5.25 and $6.93. , _.___._--_.____??_._
750 Black and Colored Cloth and Cashmere Suits $7.75 to $9.75; former pr.ces,
$1475 to $19.00. . mmam ,. .. . __
Boys' Fine Overcoats, sizes 2 1-2 to 8 year3, $4.95; sold ear.ier in the season at
$8.50 and $10.50. ,_____?__?
All new Spring Fabrics in Dress Goods and Silks. Bargains in Ladies, Misses
and Children's Underwear, Hosiery. Blankets and Housekeeping Linens.
Orders by mail receive prompt and careful attention.
H. O'NEILL & CO.,
321 lo 329 6ih-ave, corner cl 20th-st.
AUK NOW ci Ii BIKO Tlinill sPI.IN.i IMPORTA?
TION or
COTTON AM* I.IMA'
PRESS 800DS,
IN. I.tin vu lill: VERY LATEST BOVELTI'-S IN
Canvas Chins (plain and striped),
Tufted and Plain Zephyrs
( KINKI.1.1) AND PLAIN
Scotch Ginghams,
Linen Lawns,
Chambrays, Percalt 9,
French Satt < ns,
AT PRK Es, (it Alt INTI li) I .OW Kit THAN ANY
DTlll.it HOI -*i:.
SPECIAL.
SLACK SILKS
MUCK il-IN( ll (SATIN KU VI) \ UK**-,
HKul I VH lill, 1. I ? ' 1 IB !)*..-.
ni ti K '23.IN. li -.ins in ( Hi.---i:.
HI...I I.AP. ll:.: * -' KOR fl :l!?.
III. -wa li ii-lN( ii HEAVY UV.OH lilt liv.
Ill .,! 1 Ml i ? lu: BHt,
III \i K ji-im li -I Pl itu (.mis II RAIN,
Bl ,. r. IB PRU I $: '? I OB r?l 10.
Gtli-ave. and 20th-st.
UNDERHILL. SLOTH
& CORNELL.
The public are probaHy aware of the tiri'
which occnrrd feb. IO at our stores 746?
730 Brou Iway, c irn t \stor P.a ie. Our lino
stock ol clothing waa only slightly damaged
by Bmoke, (fire or water not reaching it).
To settle our insurance quickly we shall
for thc
NEXT THIRTY DAYS
-.ell our entire stock ot' Men's, Boya' raid
Children.
Fine Beady-Made
it Sl'i ll REDUCTIONS a-* WILL WARRANT
PURCHASING AT ONCE.
OPEN TO-DAY.
Underbill, Slote & Cornell
746-750 Broadway,
(OHMIC %**IOK I'l.Ali:,
One Door Below Eighlh-St.
WHAT IS CONSUMPTION?
Dying fl.mi Inns,,luNt lllUS" ll,.' titted I.i. .U li, it in .nu!
i i.t- cai i >ttui?,, mi. . islet tri it*! bi iii, blom! lo tlie luugs furui
i ni i,iirin .it-i.i s surs p.,: cn. lu in .iiih. with no ttoputgc* ot
Hie road to Ilia liing.. Hie oxygeu i-ouie* lu .mil tin-. :ti.,,,uio
st 1,1 ii,sin-, uiit: "lieu uti,ls. i.r.uiii .uni in,an ian-,, niue,
tin-, an i,tc ic u, i.i st:!)-. i.,a tct ,. i.i t-s until it fattens tts poisou
lie,- tad tin-re in toots tbrotifb iii. lunga and ali celle thea
(be ?',, ic* i .til ii ? onsiimptiou. And. nut so v.-ir lona Biter
aranl. when the breathing grows oshorl sm! la(Minti Hukt ll
eui. no longei be put saide, then ll.utumpttvs. t.*.. know -,
ilia! in. li.:* ,,),,*,lin,,i ,c as a mai tel ul great luiarastto
those suffering from iii* tii-e.i*.london lt called to ihe
I nan laiis.c au i?ti?i?u im leading sick langs and lu
Banted ali i uss.i, t., w ,,i, let ugBli Kel purines ic I :
Hu ? ,, a-.,, tum sam,, re .ti kai,,,- . nt * lu, c been mada !>jr
lt. Kuli InforniBtton, \,it!i testimonials,,.. , )?? lei by eslllnt
hi lite,ttl- .j,.I lite l-l ll.ti VV IN HAIKU < UM PAN *.,'-' S K-tt
lilli .1 , Ni ti Voik, ol lt* Witting fol eipla.utoiy pamphlet.
IRTI8TIC W.M.I. I \\ TIll. >.-.-.<>, ono Rolls
n inn", : ., ti fl 111 ? pi. i ,n . cu ,1 c: lint naper, 1]
,1* pc tal i, ,1 , |_Itt Stores l t li ? ? fl Kal Kai?
ri,IU.lill ,1. .1 i - , i ? V I K-s.
. I IC
J.& C. JOHNSTON,
Broadway, 5(h-ave. and 22d-st,
freshTrrivals
1-ti tm ti rv il
JUST OPENED,
HE (IIOICEsfpUODr(TiO.\S
OK'I UK BES1
Foreitrn and American Manufacturers-.
ALL THE HEW KTTLfcS.
Vi ii lon*., iloi|iii iii**.. Wilton
Velvets Body Urn**-.!*!*,
Tapestry BruM-iels.
9 iu i.n ti** and .J-p.y-*.
LOWEST PRICES IN NEW-YORK*
We Bare narkal Umbi ko "tri tr ?nch tow prico* ss win
nutKi'it tuttle lnteti'gi nf eooBOlBlr?i liiiv.rs to mak<> earle*
*,',-< is-,nt r .tr.i-r r hun tu tv,it nutli Inlet in t ia *ea-,ou, wht-a
tl.rr.- will iiu'lttu'ittl y le .tu atlvau t iu lt., market.
SPECIAL BARGAINS
TO MAUI BOOM VAX Ni:vv BPBIXQ QOODB
wi; a ki: closing oit
SPECIAL LINES
BODY BRUSSELS
(LAST SEASON- I'.VIT itN
at 1>0<M rf*l.<>0 ami $1.10;
WORTHS1.3S. -LAH AVDSI.M
BCST QUALITf Of VELVETS,
BEST QIALITI OFMOty ETTES,
si ?_.-, vv,.ki nt;-,
EnglNb and Ann rican Axminsters,
riOO TO (-.00; WORTH S3.: (TOSS.*-*-.
rv a u ic ,:,,i-,? bow Biatie-a ii: i >? i,. ti. :i necesar?%
i pot dova.
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS
..Kl.ii lu ii ITEL***. STE vMHu v I's.
I li lill li Kr* ANH IV-li Ii riONSL
(OTTKil H KVMIIMi K -"i'll l*il.T*t.
1-..-I IM \ I K- < HKKitKli.l.Y 01VCB.
J. & C. JOHNSTON,
Broadway, 5th-Aic. and '1'U-st,
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS.
JAMES HcCREEKY ft CO,
(iivnvi | To om ku kim: lim a 1,01111* \\i>
m. ink kt- AT TUB i:\tui;iii,i.v lom run i.s
OK I. A-I' VV HLI\.
James McCreery & Co.,
Broadway ami nth st.
A PURE MALT EXTRACT
p Msstst I ht hlihssl bub ll lt is Btsaafsdorsd fr -?
Blaerial", nt fl IBs* of I It-let?1
lii. linn lt. wu li t.,? u.tiij, Hiting tel ttl. '.rt-, ni. it i- :': ? ? -t U-S
b?.-t 1,1(1 (Ul ?
lt t* s tru? tonic snd delightful borers*- rtlik. tlesirsl ls (? r ,nrs?
li,|*si;,l peno?1 In health. NV i.l h.. (ound ripon trill to br 1 r-'"in*_
ai,.| ,-?m|,l.i, s . . ti ire
t,- -'im-.i.t-,.- (or dellc ste c cut.:
I. tii.< bet-rasas Par l iceKanoe*' (or Btu*laa Mothers, rrsstst
inst,. . itlii!., lt strengthens and uni*, rate* lbs sari
lur- tratem.
Atl.r , ar-f .1 *nal>*i*. Wilbni ('? 11*11. Pl). D . New Vari, sarll
I IB '? ? ? ? renae, cl s
whir*.,mc nttiriiraliiig toole. It i- ;.-il.tt.il !>? tu (ba ta-t<\ snd tA
*??, ssaiintlstion."
Krans 1. tlsBSSS, Tl, D , M I) . St Louis, alter Bnslrsis, ssys:
"lt. l,w pMenttsa**, ?-( slcol ol, n* . fur,.-, .c .*, lt* tVln-'itful
ta.te .ni odor, .11 ,- -bios t., :? oman fl Vi. i. 1- ?-. sMslI Ft.rat-t
sk ti.-inj! a racial nour-irhing bererst-s ntd tho best trtkleol t^easirl
tli.it (itt cvr ctn,* lintier my -l-iiiut.
S..lit bj- all Utdlng Oruesrt sad DraggS '*
DAVID NICHOLSON, Proprietor.
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