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A DAY TO BE GRATEFUL FOR.
MAGNIFICENT THANKSGIVING WEATHER ItSW-YOMC MT*?SP TUT. BIO FOOTBALL MATCH. BCT HAD MUCH i:lsi: TO ?SWOT-LOTfl TO EAT SOB A!.!,. Tfcaakagtvtaa Day was roi.t ani clear, And hearts were fall "f jlce. WM1? th?? "tummies" of the children w ara ran ot fat ta Th population "f New-York yeeterday ama ?maller by several thousand than it usually is on Thanksgiving Day. The grant football pun? ?which has been played in ? w-Tork on ti for a number of years, out which thla y< ar baa ?, m jio'^'tinnej until to-m trrow, was responsible fin? the former influx. Thousand? of people used to stay In town for thi-? game, and thousands Incre came to town to attend it. Many of these this year went homo to ?>at the historic and toothsome turkey with t.ieir fati. It would be hard to Imagine a finer 'lay than yesterday for football. The mercury remained Just a little below the freeslng point ail lay. and If it was not km Meni New-York Tbankaglvlng Day, it ?ma '.dial Christmas weather, it was j ?somewhat cooler than it '.-sually is on the annual ? 'day appointed by the civil authority as a day I Of thanksgiving, but the weather certainly was | jjerfect. and was fully appreciated by the lovers j Of outdoor ? ? >rts. Many enthusiastic devotees I 'of t.ie wheel took advantage of the splendid Ihracing weather ar.'-? took long rid??, returning ?with rosy cheeks ar 1 appetites which should ?hairc th" a'1-devoir.-ing ostrich or the pensive Ihen There were s^me minor football g.ini"? in "h?? ("Vicinity of New-Y rk, bttt mi:t pc >'.">> who (dlin't iperj l th?? m mlng at church prepa ?? i !thrmsc!ves for dinner, and aft?.?:? it Spent the test of the day recover'ng from the effects ?jf>r_ ?vices were held in rru>.ny churches as usual, but ?the attendant was not large a: a preat number ?of them. Several cVrgymen referred !n their Heermons to th? recent overthrow of Tammany, lend spoke of It as something truly to be thank ?Tul for. ? ? multitude of pood things besides the In? evitable turkey was ?prend before hundred? of ?poor people by the many chant.iole organisation? land asylums of the city, an?l there wer?? many affairs of diferent kinds which made the day pass pleasantly f? r thousand? ITS NEW WING OPENED. tKRKMONIES AT TUB ???????? HOME POS CHROMIC INVALID? The officers and patrons of the Mor.tef.orp Home for Chronic Invalids, at One-hundred-and-thtrty eljthth-st. and the Boulevard, had a twofold cause for thankstivi'it uro rej Idng yesterday. The tenth birthday annivrrsnrv of 'his Institution was | celebrated, and th? ni"mhr.' honornl both the day and the birthday by formally dedicating the new wing which has recently b-^n added to th?.? home. In the morning a reception was gtven, which con? tinued until 2 o'clock In the afternoon. Paring this time the guests were shown about the n"w ad dltlon by the Heeeption Committee, and nt noon a luncheon was serve.l In one of the parlors. The rooms and corridors were constantly thronged throughout the afternoon, and at ". o'clock, ?ben the formal opening ceremony t ok place, i: was almost impossihle to find even ?tandil c ro in in th-^ ?>??(?????? where the esercisca were held. Fully 4jM people arer? present and ot this number not mor? than NI ?rere ? ble to listen to the serviles. When the Kev. I>r. Si'.vermaa had offered ?. prayer, en address was made by Jacob H Fct-.tfr. presidimi Of the home. Hi |?\?.?,??('. U.e history of the Monteflore Horn? and told how th?? ??1? ? of pro ?????? a shelter for ? clan of ?uff. rers for wh ?? relief no attenuate provision had hitherto be.-n made wa- conceived hy the directora of Mount Sinai Hospital. During the decade of It? existence the home had pass.?,? through many trials, but it had urown and prospere 1, and it now owned prop? erty valued ut a half million of dollars and a yearly income of B0.0CO, Abram S. Hewitt had promised ti be one ..f th?? openkers. tut v.us prevented from b Ini pn MOXTKKIoItK HOMI?:. In a letter of regret ? ?? expn s d bla deep ad? miration for the work accoaapllehed by the or? ganization, and said: "it i? a pleasant thing 11 aaj that th?? altruletle spirit has nhray bees e ehar ?cterlstlc of the Jenieh race, at; ? that we who ?call onreorrso Christians timi it, the example they have eet the lesson whi?-h we derive from th?? io.inder of our rellfrlon, ??'.niself an laraellte. In works of charity we ?11 stand upon common ground, and so long a? we have the noble mon ? ments of Jewish benevolence we cannot but feel ?nd acknowledge th?? prof, und Influence whli b the Hebrew race baa exerrtaed In thi? community." Charles 8. Falrchlld referred t ? ti?.? h ; ; In? aa an l ?brightness which, through the Influence of the .home, had com?? to tho'-e who were afflicted and ?had knowo so tittle happiness snd so much Borrow. John E. Parson? and Warley Platsek also made ad? dress?.??, and a chorus of sixty w ?men sun? a num J>ur of Bel -ctions The benediction wus pronoun.? "by Rabot Stephen Wise, The new Wing, which stands at the rear of the main structure and faces One-hundred-and-thlrty Sunth-si . la built of dark red brtek, and is live tories hieh. The basement contains a huge ward for the Invalid children. The first thr??? floor? ?bove are divided Into wards and Bickrooma for the female patient?, and at th?? south end of the build? ing are larise and sunny aittinc-rooma. Th?? fourth ?floor is reserved for the m-rvants and attendant?. "With the addition of this new wing the? home now has accommodations for BO patients. The entire ?ost waa something over tllW.OOU. UNION NERVICEfl ON Tin: EA8T BIOS, Nine ministers sat on tin? piai form of the Allen iFtreet Presbyterian Church, in Forsytli-M , at a ThanksjrlvinK service, ;?? which twelve Kast Sid?? ?hurones united, yesterday morning. There was a large attendance and three address-s by the Kev. Thornton It. Penfleld, of the Preebvterlsn Board of Home Missions; the Rev. Dr. Thomas Douglas, of Knmevn Chai.el. In POurteenth-st., and the Itev. Dr. htarkelf, of the Allen Street Methodist Kplscopiil Church._ ? ; WEST I4TH ST. ft?? ^C?TU?a. ?807 O^Tp tram; MARK. *?^? U "RELIABLE"^ CARPETS Do not think be.au??.? we advertlee our Carpeta and Rugs more freely than the Furniture that awe are slighting the latter. NOT AT ALL. Never before could we ?fter suc!, values In Cur pet! and Furniture as this eeaaon Wool and Lumber being on th<? free list, .,ur entire Bto ? ?s/as made and finished m Uli? low cost basin. Sweeping Reductions thla weel? In nur Iledroom Sullen. Sneli low price? net er before ?inotctl. Bed and Dresser.?? lii.no l? glu.iMl Wert, Drenaci? ? n il W ??h ?In ml W? .im? to SI I,-,.ih? Beil, Dremacr unii ?\ n?li?l??iiil*Uii.<xi t? ?ih.imi Must make room for Holiday goods. CASH OH ? HI?!DIT. C0WPERTHW4IT & CO., 101,106, ami 100 West 14th St., NEAR OTB AVE. BROOKLYN STOHKSi rLATBlSU AVM.. MC ? ? ??.??.? 8T. CHEER FOR UNFORTUNATES. MANY TH WKSGIVIX? DINNERS GIVEN THE Put ?It UCXDRED? I Kl? BY Till: BOUNTY ni?' PHILAN? THROPIC CmZJENS?TON? "" '.'.: Ki'.V DCVOURBO. Tin? Children's Aid BdCtety had an unusually large undertaking 0:1 Ita hands yesterday when 11 ? - tempted to supply all th- wants of the <.??.??.;. .? ? tion's cUentag? on Thanksgiving Day. Never be fore in th?* history of the society did so many children present themselves fur "recognition" on a Thanksgiving Day. Some three or four hundred looks, waiters and (uperintendenti liad the matter in charge, and they tepori unanlmoualy that they never were kept so buay in all their live?. The preparations were begun more than a week ayo. and have been occupying the time and though! of the managers ever since, it ha? ?,., ? estimated that something like l.noo turkey? cam? ,i> i"1 until end in the efforts to meet the demand upon the aoctety, and the aupply la pretty nearly exhauat? 1 At il?.?? school of Ihe .society in No, ''? Bast Thlrtj - se, olid-:?;. the dinner w.ts aerved al novi. More than Na children sat down to th?? bountiful re? past, ani ti.e wa) in which turki?) and rmnberrj eauc? dimppeared was a "caution." At ihr branch of the socleiy ut So. !" Dual ? Mrs. William ???? provided tin? dinner. About '.'?" I Itile ones sat down to th?? fens!, and it waa not at nil neceaaary for them to aay, "t had a very enjoyable time" when they 1 il through, in fs? t, they were Incapacitated from saying much of anything fur an hour or more after they gol throcgh. A eine,? was j:ivrn at the branch hi Blghth-st. .-nei Avenu? A by ('. Willis .lame,,. ih< presiden? of !he soi???. Henry E. Maw',y looke?! after the appetite? of the children ?1 the branch in Uouverneur-st., n?^ar Rasi Broadway, and he aaya that he had lr.s hands full, whlla th?? children !-?.?> that they h;i<? something else AT PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS !:i every Institution controlled by the commis sioners of charities and Correction ther?? was ?.? cheer and an abundance ??' : ?? si turkey and ? thing that helps to constitute 1 Arsi rissa, old fashioned Thanksgiving Daj feaat, from the Tornii? th?re came no "doleful sound", 'run I'.? "?? vue Hospital no cry of poin; from the penitentiary no wall of woe, while In l.u'low P:reet .tall <:h?? Marsha!s?a of th? metropolis) every one was ?? happy and hopeful as the genuine and only original Mlcawber. Nor waa ih? feaatlng confined to I ?? adult wards of the city, for the luvenlle Inmates of the Randall'a [aland institution arer? not < bountifully fed, but agreeably amuaed by a line musi al and literary entertainment. In Lud low Stn Jcl t? unfortunates were fed; Yorkvilto prison, '.',: at th?? Tombs, alt p.1 ? put themselves outside or 600 pounds of chicken, I '..als of turkey, 100 pounds of eranberriea, ' I irreli of applet ?1 nd lots "f side At the German Lutheran Immigrant ifous? 91 Btate-st., over WO hungrj Germans ? dos lo a dinner al So'clocli p.m., and bi fore th? had ended their feaat thelt facea fairly beamed wiih 10?,?. They of course had turkey, bin they also had many or the strange but palatable dishes of the Fatherland, Tb?? Rev. w. Berkmeler saw that ht* KU"?ts were made welcome, ani John Offerman, the houaekeeper, |n. stead of regarding Ihe utter deatruction of Ms carefully prepared vianda with horror, only looked pleased, as an 11 he might Th? a franger? within our gates?the *.?????< of th? bi? building on KHis is'and were well looked oui for Nearly SO of them wcra regaled with ?i" tlonsl bird and the historic "punkin" p'e. \v, . : they en 1 >y them ierres. Th?? ? o? !.r it! n Bo lety, 1 i: it baa It? ofllcei h? No 2) Park Row. hud a buay day yeaterda) In dl utitiR th?? many cartloads of flowers thai were sent to them by all thi principal horticulturists ot tCi York, New-Jersey and Long Island It?,??e?, pinks and chiefly chrysanthemum? nei ??. 1 the (low.rs sent, and these wer?? distributed among all the hospitals and charitable hume?.? throughout the 1 Ity. ' feature was that flow? ? ? : . ? ? ? . the different mission? where Thanksgiving dinner? were viveri to th?? poor, and the recipients, ? young, ?'fter h hearty dinner, could be se*n all over the city decked oui with ??? Rower the gift the society. ALL SORTS OF GOOD THINGS TO EAT. Activity was the order of the iiav at the in? dustrial Christian Alliance, N<> 170 H..ker-at : lay, from ear') morning till dinner was served al ? o'clock. Hampers, bore?!, barrels, and baskets filled with good ihim-s had been arriving for several daya, not only from thi- city and Eli ol lyn, lut from varloua pointa in New-Jersey, Ken York Stai,?, Connecticut and Vermont; turkrj chickens, and hams by the dosen, pies by the ecore, bushel baskets of old-faahloned doughnuts, pyra? mids ?<f '-.????, orangea and apples and who!,,? tree? of baaanai This yi-?? il??? deatltute families In the neighbor? hood without church or charitable connections were provided by the Alliance with a bouateou r past. At '.j o'clock th?? hundred employes of the Ai llance, with the Invited guests, snl down to ., fea t that would hnv? made th?? old Puritan Thankaglv? hag d?nera green arlth envy could they bave hai one peej? at this. Tablea were i>r- ?;,].?.? over by Arthur w. ililbury, Becretary; itaii>h Bryant, su? perintendent, and John Lloyd Thomas, Superintend? ent of th?? Buelneee Men* Relief Committee, one of the enjoyable dinnora which took placa In New-York yest'r lav was that given by Mm O. Taylor to the children of the Btriklng cloekmakera, Barred in Mis. ?;. Taylor'? establishment, no. Itti West Fourtecnth-at, Musi.? was furnished bj Pro? fessor Booth, the plant?t, und Joseph KlejBon and his ten-year-old .?-on, who played Btrlnged Inatru ments. At the industrial Bchool of the United Hebrew Cnarltlea, at No. .'>>> Kt. Mark'? Place, over MO lu? ti. Kills sat down to iheli Thanksgiving dinner, li was preceded with an address to th?? children by Dr. p. lv Men.!.??, of ih? Nineteenth fitreei Byns ?oKU'?. The dinner lavted about three hours. 11 consulted of turkey, with cranberry san,???, boiled Bweet potatoes, apples, nuts, raisin? and i>.??. The children ate thirty-eight turkeya averaging tifi??'! pounds; two barrala of Bweet potatoes, two barrel? of applee, two crates of cranberries an.? ij.> apple and minee pies. The Hoys' Club of Calvar.', i'ulish f.-,i ??.; ?,?? ???? hoys, and the parente ano Blatera of many of them, :?? the Qaltlee .Mission, No. ;iii Baal Twenty thlrd-st. Kverybody was well behaved, and th? members of th?? club seemed io enjoy themselves as much as did their less fortunate cousins at doing Justice to Kood portions of turkeys and vegetabl? . with ??,iff???? und mu. und pumpkin pies. In the basement of th- Galilee Mission ??00 men w ? treated to .mi excellent dinner, and a genuine sur? prise waa ait?-.i ;n th?? shape of two cigars for each of the diners. A spirited si????n- waa preaented at th?? Roman Catholic orphan Asylum, I'lfth-av. und I'lftv flrst-st., when over G,??? boira sut down to their Thenhirglftrg dinner yeaterday at noon, Th,? i,,,> ; ??;.? ?iris did noi sii down together, however, much ga they muy have liked ta The r.oj orphans, in the great building weal of Madison-ave., e nsoled them Belve? bj dr- aaing themaelvea as girla, an ' Ih? giti-, on ih?? east side of Jaadlson-itv? . contented lb ? Belve? with thoughts of futuri happiness and with a preeenl good dinner, After thi dinner the bo< - [.??illl.let I liei' pl.lV ill ill?? Sp.l.ioll? ),?!'?.< ol 111?? Bsylum ?nd b'ew th? ir h..ins ?? ih-ir hearts' ? Mi? tent. The .'.co und moie girla also enjoyed their bountiful dinner, li began ut 12 o'clock, and the waiter? sa that it mated till considerably after ? o'clock Mm th.? Kit Ih sav that it didn't. For all that, th?? maid? ens luid a. thoroughly good ? me an '? urn up from th?? tai.?es franai) admitting thai thej .-old eat no more. Till ???? POINTU MISSION. 'ihe Five Points House of Industry, In Worth BI . had Its usual Tlinnlcglvlng Hay actlvln yesterday. At 1 o'clock th?? IW and more boy and girl Inmitt, ? hai an excellent dinner, and the ills, of the sir.?? t poor began their din.ier at '.' o'clock. The latt<r lined the sidewalk In front of the mission for a distan?"?? of sevr-il hundred feet It was estimated that close to 1,'JU men were f??d between : and <:?? o'e'.ock. Then 3G?) stre-t ur.-hlns and young siri" were also treated to dinner. Three hundred an I fifty of the Iniiuues of the mission saw an interest? ing enterialnment In 'h? chapel. Monis K. Jo?iip Dr. Lyon's Perfect Tooth Powder. Thoroughly cleanses the teeth and purifies the breath. Used by people of refinement for over a quarter of a century. Sold Everywhere. ItonU on ??I'lie 4 nre ?? ? tu* Teeth'? limile?! on re eel l?l of Ma in p. I. W . LI OV KM Ma lile n I.une. V Y ? is on? of ili ? ?? M e b I audience which en ?? .? ? the exen is? ?. , .... The Th inksglvlna dim er a ? h the 11 ?ward Mis? ti?n and Horn? f"" Utile Wanderer? gives each - ear to the children of the poor end their parents was held vesterdii) at Heethoven Hall, No. 210 I?, ?-: Klfth-st IHnner was served fi im 10 In the morn in?; until after I In the afternoon A. B. Hatch, the president of the ml/slon, raid lhai h* though) m ?. aal 1,500 dinners it id b? ?? -.; during the dai Over 1.000 ?? rsonx sol .p ThanksgMn" "',?;'",'' >"'*' terday at Bi Harnabus'? Home, al no m Mulberry : .,;|as ?. Phom is, ?U|>er men lent, worked zealoinly assisted bv a numbei of other chart ta ti? women, Ibout I.Mi pound? of turke; ?-en di* ????? ? of, s d there iva any qcantlt) ol pol itoes, celer)', mince pie, cranb? ; ? y ?auce and otti ? ?entlals. , . Th? re ? ?? p crowd all d ?; y? iti ? 11; In frani ol ? . . ,..,-, h ?..innari i- "i" th? St Andrew's coffer > ? a.ids No MI Ka?! Rroadway. Mi , lamadrld. the founder of Ihe Instltu Ion, ha?, with her assistants and associati :. obtained In Ihe new house en f.iellltiee. All Ihe forenoon tremen ?nd children with big baakets on their arm? thronged th? door ?aya The basket? ?reni In empt? and the) areni out filled At ? o'clock began the ral rlnr, to the iramr ' ? ; before that houi ther? waa ? Ion? in ,? of nun "ti in?? il wa'.k. estendine near'.y a i.l.iek westward Knw Ion? table? were loaded with turkev, cranb rr) saure, mince pie, frni; and coffee ? ? ihe wslte-s a die Mn Un .? !rld, Mra. t*. P. ii n.? ngton. Mr-. VV M Plemlr, Hi Frank Lea'le .md Mrs. Hill work? l In the kitchen ai m ai th? ? ,?."il 1 In -? p Una ? .? pi ite? pl?ed up with food. The crowd! eanie and acni until nishtfjll. Dinner? were ? - ? r ?p ed al -' \ndri w'i ? ..if??? stan i Thsnksalvlnii ? ? ? ' ' '??" ? ,i.i,.. and III ..... ??, nui ol theli nng lot hen a! the New-York Knumllln? Whim. In ? harge of the Bla! ??' ' "harli . al ???! li .i.i.l ?.??????;!.???-.?\? They did noi know wh> . ,1 iv w is .,i.-? rvi I. hut they ?II I k? ??? II ? ., , , ? ?., ?.Iebr.it "I ? ? e lamm nnd wsrnethina j very near i" the Infantile hi irt |am !'i?? 'eroii ? mn I. II Is n? verthel? u , ; .ill I \- I .? ., ? ? ? ? ? .1 ' ? ' (1 bad chicken and turke? bu th? lam was admittedly in? feature ->f the da) V the Home f,, the G? ? ? dli ??, ? ? "' Keel Twenty-nlnth-st., resierdai al half-pasl 12 o'clock, I7S little children mosti? alrls, sat down l?i .1 dlnnei , ? ?. e;i\. , . ? ippl and orai MEANING OF THE ELECTION.] DR ??'?\|:???G!;. TlIAN'Krtt?IVIXa BKR MON. HE >\? i this ' r: ? ?VILI, SOW UK MoltK TH? ' ?? 10 ' Il ? M '? I :. i'.\ '? Th? ? ?,,'. o li In ''' ... , , ,,.? .-,, n? .,?,. . ;.-, , nt? ' ? salili an? " ?.?:?? rdaj m"' nil he 11 Pr. R. 8. MacArtl i|?on ' The Several Kit l roiecil in Km ni stlj ? ?? m ? ? . G irtlj .-??? ?. ?.. ? ?,. ' Within and .: ihe . hun h wa ..???.? Ill ?' . ? .1 a .... ..:... !.. ?.?.. * l?|et? In ? lane? with i" Mar. |? ? Morgan uniforms wi ? Ian 0 ' pletfo A rthur wa? seste?! U ubo siso I ?li? lopl "l'he Piote. Hon ? ' ? . '? illol " Th. gan with the ? ns of two vers of I : ?? Bt u led Hai .otnlng In the , hoi is v lh? ?? '?? Ing au hug? ? . ? furled from waa let lone? ntvl fell '...linei The unfut :? ia I with hand ? | ,. ? ? .,..?'? nd si ?'!??? Lord ball ' rhereof we hi- lUtcl ' No WO! - ' ? ? ? on the men voted the Tamn . ?>?G Milli in. Crokerl ? .-'.? hi ? I I '! Ili" rest of the Imi n i a li?, sou li a 11 la a ? ? ? ? 1.? I III?? five \ ,, ? .? ; Hall j tt.? ,?.? M III. ( t ? ? from Had?.. l'ut in inttllfM-tuiil I - ? ? . ? ? ' ?. ; ? ? ! ! ' sprinkle the a hoi? alili bol ??? it? ? liti . b? .-? brouaht to a b let tha ? woman of lh?) A| ? ? , | . ? m ? ..??- illp || black boll ? l'oli ?? .,? ? ?. . tha Angel ul i uth all? ?-orne ilowu from hi ?.?.! i unii mai ? It ??? ? ?? ??? on: ? animan) Hall ? ili.?. . th? bin and patrioti .? en foi ? his ti-ut victor) S?\ent) i'.'.ii .,? | ? . ?. ?.? ? in ' ..?.,1.1?... an ? ??.,|.nil -m ? ?- burl??! In a gravi deep lhai Hovernoi Walt?? will noi i.,? able ?., ???? politi? al p general Ion ., I The votera of thla ,? : m it? ?, , . lend? I ' , ? ? ? . ..'ber. '?? ?? ? an ki ??? ,?.? ' :??. : . v,, m ???? et our ' .??:!!???, ?. avnipathy and prayei deman : : rote? lion ' n the \nv ? ?? an ria I!.u; . t ind* ! .? .-II P..it Ii awei ?. ,? nohleai ..?. ? divine?! in Amerl? an life Hid ll< : .. .?? ? ?:?' l In Idi ? Ihr linei ,? an i ????; le .-.ill . ?? ?'h ? ?. We .?...?? ? rot? when raised ...? thai little ? lai l?s? Ino ? ?????m. In the Int? ??? l of pati loll ni, h iinanltj an ? t.'hrlstlanlty, ? ? ?? pai I) thi haul? Il down ihen I* Ih? par! \ln.? people will I,., il down \\ ?? shall profeti oui tl??; from Improp. ? J ? ? in ial a ? rr the ?"tty Hall. There .?;.? limes am, ? our fiai musi ???? blended wi'h the fia ?. tir? . Krltaln Urrmany, i'i.n ?? ???"i Italy, but there ouahi nevci ?,, ?... :? ?.,,,,. when oui fia? ? ho il ; ., ... late ?uh ine little green rag thai represent* no Nailon Ireland b.?,- noi Milk', nil?. ti e ||| lUsh 11.,,; "e | :? . ?, ?iSg ,..,,,,. National ?Ils loyalt) 'm the othei I thank ??..I thai In ????, ?. hu .;?? ? New, l'.nk we have Mayoi Ali,? think thai Has ?. goo ? ? m.n.,? for ? hem After speaking on shipping, protection and fra? trade, Dr. MacArihur turned nia attention to the public n l.,,.,? quei Hon. 11? ia I The public school? are lh? .real ?uraen ol American patriotism Th? lmn?l of no un ?meri in politi? lan diali ? n iti slimy loti h on our nubili schools. The hand ?? ?. leslasi ahall put It? velvel lim.?, in whl< i: li il .? Iron hand ol ? I ??? Heal bigotry ami authority, on our ptibll. ??' hool ? ??,?, for?-? ha ? om? Into Amerl an pomi? ? ? in???? million j.na hai ? join? ? the vai ini ? pati lui ? ord? ra ol the count r) Th? Rev, Lh-, MacArthur, when .? las! ? en ?''? '?'? . Tribune reporter, said thai man) ?? ih? 11 iti ment? published In regard to hli .? rmon bisi Sunday about lbs publli schools ami the black mall ihm many teachers had to ???\ lo Timnunj I Hall politicians w? n arcati) , (aggi rat? ? .. ,1 .'"V"! ' '''? ?|"' ? ?? muli) did aay." su Id he ;' "' ' '"'? ' ?"'.? io prov? th? iruth ol my 1 ' "?,' '" ? hi ie.-.,,? m ibi ?. itter, bui il.? iieeiii it ?,-iai) io .,??. anythlni moie ilellull? ? on the sui..!, .? ,,i presi ni " UOSHIHM is MONARCH?. THANK -?:? , r,,: .?;?:?'<. . ? u TUB IlUt Dit WORT M ?>: \.\ m.?. \i.|.i:i: s ItK-RKAD. Saugei Ile? ? . Ko??. "> c .... ,.,?,. \ Thanksgiving sendee ans held In ihe Reformed Church of .-'au:?.? ?.?. ?!,? ? istui Ihe ::? I?r. Denis Wortman, In piare ,,? s sermon, read un ii.idiess d.ii?.. ?.?! l>#fo,a ihe Tammany Ho ? Bl Us he.iiii?i hiiIii .11 Sie . \? . |J 1.?G,, by TUIll? Wortman, a no ,\.is ,i friend ol Jrf?eraon, a , ora Inani und patriotic no p,?. the Nee l'orli bar, and author ol :i treatise on the freedom of ihe presa The addreea shows lhai Tsmman lie II .,' ,, o. ? Idedlj illfl ?. p? ? .? ? ol., II ? r ?? enl one, The address was brimful of patriotic ardor, ho? was .m eloquent appeal ?? 1.1, n moral s,??,? menta, ahleh would bave mu? h the apis tranci of k> en Ii ???.. If delivered In Ko ? nth-st Mr. Worltnan'a theme .\.i ? "The Influence ol Ko ? il Institutions upon Human Morels and llappir and ??.,,? largel) an argument agalnal an) mon archiial lendem , in Ihe youn? Ilepublli?. ? '?! roi n.? l the ?,,, ? ol Un appeal tin? Rev Dr. Wortman made as be closed ? hi reeding < ..??.-.?, ,?,? appeal foi the freedom ol party from snj manner ol personal control The part) In power mui" stand bj Ita own p iponslblUty, hi mhIo. It could accept m, personal rule m ,iu m ritate, Monarchy on Ihe other aide ol tha untai had lis correlative In boaatem here ami there area as muoh peril la the one ;?* In the othei Une ana hereditary, the other wa? purchaaed; >.n* had ?? show of Ii.r and distinction, the ..ill??? was vul ? ;r und base; th?) both Were ?QUal'y ham ful and repugnant to all democratic id.-as. As Edmund Iturke declared: It'.? peopli lever >,l\ u;> Ihelr liberile? bui under , ? ??.? ?. onion. Hint nevei mull th<? people relegate ell Iheli pow? to an} party, and never muel a pert] relegata Ita authority to any political dictator, THI?; VICTORY OF NOVEMBER G IT is ;nu: SUBJBC1 OF MANY HKRMONfl OF TH \??.-?".? \'iN?; lil.-ll.il.TTER \T BT. THOMA8'fl CIU'RCII l>R |.;\ RRJOH'KB IN TIIK OVERTHROW "I" ??????1 1'RESIDKNT ?????????" KI'KAKH tOAINBI BOM3IHM. Bt. Thomas'" Protestant Kpl opal Ch irch, Klfth sve and Kifty-thlrd-st., wa? crowded yesterda) with s congregation which had aaaembled to 'ak?? p.in in Ihe elaborate Thanksgiving services, and to hear Bishop Henry C Po ter preach upon "Whai We Have to be Thankful For ' Bishop Potter .-.? d In par: . The services to-daj ? Ir, ? assemble ni together commemorate a custom older iban the Bible. (Tears liefere, Bge? before ih Bible, the people "G those early doy? celebrated such nn event bi we celebrate to-day. The ussges were often dlfferei L?,' the motives a-ere Identical, li aa? to m? >? ." d ?, '.?? thanks foi the product? of the soil The ? ? ', ? ?. r ihe labor had been, thi greater the proi of rewerd, snd ihe peoph mei to t.",?.'? thsnk To-ds) we -n remlndi I ol thi ?ee?l-tlme end tbe ' harvest Born? one has ?aid; "Thanksgiving Da; ?a the day of .ill daya which one wants to m the country." I mink .?,.. too. We can ihere .p fully api. fruita of I !" h ? There li a greater time of -.l-tlme and harveal In the to-morrow, an Intellectual and religious ti.'irv??.-1 You not only hsve Individuel blessings to thsnk ?;?,? for, bri you snd ? havi clvl blessing? to render thsnks for ? rsnnoi ?<? ?llenl on one of it i* a Klon to the Church, whose chihlren s ?? are, to rultli ite an Interrai In civic affali -. Ihe pulpit .-houli mu he illenl on the moral Issues ..r the day We should give thanks to Hod for one great moral deliverance from a p c bou,lag?? of which Hie half hu- not irei b?-? told We should ' I honk ?',,?? thai we are free from a reign ol terror, ' irruption and slavery, How long will M con- ; ' . ? ? ur freedom doe? not depend un?,? the ' people al Alban? ?? the CU) Hall, bin upon you | m . me lr yon sa ? thai sit tin belon tbe ???.ills of Ihe Church, '.mi do not ' religion, If the vo ? ol the ? ilpli ? annoi b< !???? upon civic m? Hers ? ? divori.f Ihe ''M o li sn ? morsili) The reign ol terror snd ?' ion w ill t -? m.? in under so ?a ? m and I sa) Il shs ?? ? ' \ ou r? ly nn w ha? cou h compllshed r?' k.-|, down ihe reign of terrei overthrown, you will And that you will under Its evil influence on ?? again. Von must pul self lesi aid rlvlc duty flr ' To one man and lo Ihe | oung men'? ? lun? arc ndebted I from rh.? reign ..r ?, ; irrup and tins week let ?? ? thank iloti IN OLD TRINITY ? ngagh ing ? m a ? . ', ' ? .? ? Trinity Chui 'h | ? lei ? ? Pai ? of ibi M'-s" ,,' si??/..u? ws? lung, snd ihe offerier) was ? Ihi III ?' iiii'iib. r of ' Os ' ,?,? effective snihem, "O (live Thank' ? nto Ihe l.oi I." Dr. ' l ili the r??, i..r. rarely refi ? ?, ?.. but yesterday I ???marks to tl.?? ? thro? of ! hi ? w h','h lia ? So loi ? 11 ? u \ II. snd th-??. it was a triumph . relit) over im- I mor ??,t.. and lit ? ; ? retui ? best ly thank?- for li II am?- a contesi ,.f coo,? men ? ? ? 1 Rill lb?- it the Id be a ?< \ ? , ? ? i ? ion ass on lh< ?, le of the : ?? :?? ? ? ? . The \tnerl m population wa? an e?.Ilngfv eos- | mopolltan on? I'? ople held a ? opinions on ever) ? ?, ? itole variei ? 'onsen .ill-in was lo,.k?? I Up ? With Slispll "ii Tl,.. ? of Hi- Pui t? nts had relaxed One of the sa nee of the l'urli line w.is | : ..??, . Whi ? ibis th? ?? Ol?! b?? In a | lair way to r< froi I wl h wm 'l'Ili: WICKKl?.' -? . ?" Ill 'SSIS.M ? was e un ? ?? -.:., - tre Presbj Rev. I>r cinri-s ?? Parkhui ?l ? ? ? rere ? ? The Fourth Avenu? Presbj : ?.? .-h the Rei ? ?? Parkhursl' ? pal ? ? '.?? ?-. r \ ?? ??. The pulpit w . ? bi the H???. s ,| istings, presidi ni ? S? in ? .u \ sn I the Ri It. Devles, ? ? Bei 1 >r He ild In pert iloti. p ?-? let me ; Tl ?? I '? ?! ,? ,?? ?, ?- ? I ?|y hSV ' ? ? : little? I , ? , ? ,. ? ; I ' - 1 o. Ink. ? r ? ??:.?? ? . en . , ? '? ? . In strut? ' ? ' ,?? \' . . ? . ?. ? for pastor I lie . iUl I bt Vember >, .? ... , twined Its sill ; our II Is ? : ? ? lost, .it. I ; ? ' ,. ? . . I.V. ?? ? -??.? ? . , .. ? . ? ?...?.!,? ,1 life, and ' en the grea ? ' e Nation I* ! ? V. e in !i.i \ . . ? ere are two ? . ma) belong lu a nut nay belong ??. a part) In the r,o mei , , ? ? ?? t of ? ? tei ? u,?,? ? \.: In ih? ? liti el to ? U lu> ,. ni. hai I ? ? ? tain thai bosi mi* in et I and tha ?.., ? la a irait ?? lo hl ? uunti ti lived In ? ? to tin irdlri.il . , Ih? Repul? \* regji ? ?? tin- man ?la? ?- merel) a pu ? -.?? ..? ? lent tu w. ? ' ?? lisa n. Wv mu ?? l fil .:,? ? ?? id |Hjl> ,? ? wi ahuul I pul li luci tue men wn ? bui ?? . good of the eli) ,? : tie in u i-?? : ir goo ? * ?? et udii . ry Is to .,.? lasting. ? remember reading in srilcle n a magasine some ? line ago a 1th ? he ill le G illure .,r ? : ,, ? ., 11 , el ? ?? ? tu Hi?? fault? In un . ? ? frage l inversai suffrage .? falluru? Oh Ih? Republic is ,? failure ,,? bi iih. ? of man l- s fallai e. tl - iv. ? ? nil ersal ? ? failure." \\. . , ih,? propert) limitation and the edui itimi il limila t, ,,,. I ii umsei ? - ili.? .-.un.--- :.? :.. In >t her hood of num. at. I II Is ? magnlflcenl in! It I? Hi?? coi ???. ?tone "f the Aniei I. an Re public \n election I? always ? preliminar) proc?s? >>f education Hitherto political meeting? nave been held wbere lh?s were lea?! ?.leni Storne pa ??>? cR? have been pu lllanlinoiial) ?iirrendered ?, ? unman) Hall But ibi? '???"i s im? ??< . ?? ?peaken wen) io the Bowery, ami the) ltd excel leni work. Hereaftei w.? should penetrate la the Iiearl >,f ;he tenement-house district in th? ,? mai lep churches musi li id ihe wa) ?.,??? .it tin? halvatl m Amu I' I? lolng .? p ??:?? imi ? ? work m Ibi lower street? in this city, ? auiV m ? ? Hums, where the mission has not ??>?? a le to penetrate. 1 should like to see some vital tonne? ii.ii between the army and church work. I do not beleve in discouragement. It la ^?nirdl-riand wick? I. Remember that tne prreal Philanthrop si. .lohn Howard, alwaya loved to ?*?? among be lowesi w.? .hall never die, Il W? Uve as Howard did, if we remember ih.u ii is noi m mere seat? thai men die moat. AT OTHKH ??? Iti'HKS. Th? Dutch Reformed church?? In thla city h-i ? [?giving seivi.e- ii il? ciiegiatc Church, and th? handsome big edifice ? .i< erowd??d with a brill? i mi throng: and bandaomelj decorated. The minutera ?a attendane? wer?? tue Ree. Dr*. Kiwari R. Co?, paator of th?? church; Jame? David Hurrlll, Talbol W. Chamber? and Walter Laidlaw, Tu?? termon ara? preached by Dr. Burrlll. He said we had nunuuou? thing? to be thankful for. There wer,? good things political reform and counties? others. He said there had been so much political talk from the pulpit thai he would speak <->r some? thing else He gave en addres? ? ? show bow mu h the nreseni genei itlon owed th? early Dutch ?ei in the Phillips Presbyterian Church, Seventy thlrd-st. and Ma llson-ave., ? united Thanksgiving Da) service for thi following churches wu* held In the morning: The Madison Avenu? Presbyterian Mu n- m .Wen;?? Methodist Rpiacopal Church. Kplphan) Baptist Church, Reformed Epis? ? ?? ? '': irch, Blxty-flrsl Btreei Methodist BpWcopal Church and the Knox Presbyterian Church. The ? ?lowing pastori a'ere present: Th? Rev, Or. <'. L. Thompson, of the Madison Avenue Presby? terian Church; th? Rev, 1 ?r. Beblne. ot the Re? formed Kpiacopal Church; the Rev. BylvesWr Jones, of the Madison Avenu? Methodist Episcopal Church; tha Rev. Dr. Beckley, of the epiphany Baptist Church, and the Rev. John R. Itu-hneli. of the Phillips Presbyterian Church. I?r. Hushnell opened rii?? service? with prayer, Then Dr. Bablne read from the Psalma. A hymn cam? neat, followed by in.? reading of the Scriptures by Dr. Thompson. A ? ? mg sermon u.?s delivered bj th? It???.?. Mr, .loi ? The Lev. [ir. ?'bar?es ??. Raton preached In the 'inn?.n of the Divine Paternity, al Flfth-ave. and h'orty-flfth-al His ?ubjeci s'a? "Special Reason? foi riratlflcatlon In lh? iear IIH." H? sild thai the recent election and .he civic condition? now pre? vailing In thi? elt) a-ere areal cause? for ihsnk? alvlng 'Sow. thai the Hani is over.'' he continued, "we '.in ?<? ?? trie beneflta of the victory an.I the good ? ? spi ti for a continuation of ?hese conditions The municipality and people of reapectablllty have been ? lundered and blackm?lled, ant we should be iiiaiikfni thai such condition? will not continue to In New ?"?< Vel there I? a. itre.it deal more to be don? The gre?! fighi in?? noi yet been ended. ? . ? ,?.?.i) taken the outpoata The fortlflcatloni in. \.r m be captured w?? abouM also ?? grateful for ihe purity <<t publk ?en timen I which ha* tnket? rool and which, we believe, will continue. And let is noi forget to offer ?Incera thanks for ihe over? throw of the Popull ulc and Anarchistic Idea?, which had almoai taken Urm root In some communities of the w??.?!." ? .?. ? l>,*. BTIMBON'fl SERMON l.i iha i: oadwa Tabernacle Congregational Church th? choir gave for the devotional part of the service Oarratt'i "Harveat Cantata." Th? ? i?? the pan ?r, the Rev. Dr. Henry A. Btlmaon, fol? lowed, ?'.?.?? ? Bamuel, vl IS ' \\ ? Bamuei took ; -, ; i: up between Mispak ani Bhen, ? illi ? the nani?? of II r.,.? ? /? ? lying, . Lord helped ua." In ihe eourae of ins ad lre*i he ? I Raral) have the people of our Uni been called ?, celebrate Thanksgiving Day with *< much rea? li !?? ir The financial perils with ?rhlch the opening year threatened u? have been so far di ? ? leave the countr io lai iteadylng it for renewed commercial actlvitlea Ai mid iiimm? ??'.?? were lineitene ? with an Industrie! .. ibi sei ?? ?? In tin? history of th?? so completely passed by that .'i ' realise lhai II oci urra I; and I ibi now we hi?? come ?ui of .? political upturning which has no parallel In our h la tory. The lesson >f our political ? m trover y n tha valu? "f positive ? ms Nebuloui and uncertain apprenen-im :. had ?mailer value i.'.i to-da) Opposing ? ? of ? irlff, d finan. of municipal adminis? tration, ??-? grappled arlth one another In a atrug gle t< the death. Compromise ??? Impossible The Nation lor ? lima I? wholly committed to one pol? icy or to another Whethet proved nicht or wrong ? time being, 'he reaponalblllty of leadership ? ? ? . believe w?th tne winning tide ? ? a ' - thla fu' ? mora n??,? ?, i in matten of re Vnoiher li 'rom the ? leci on la that of ? ? n? w ?? have seen Ihe seif ? ? ihe Ignorant, no I??? than the wise hiuI the , .n. ?? for ?? common purpose of 11 ?a neu ? ? ti;?? . .. ,?.-. been can le I ?rl ; ? ?:?? ' h , tesilmon) on ? lai ae ? ile ? _ in? ? ? ol bum in broth? ? ali ? taught ua the Importance of chari< ter IV? I. ."?? ?side frnrn pub'.ii .?in ?? !..? the) ?????.? believed to !><? corni ? .?ri men . ;.?:..;? ? ? I Ih.? ? ?lid ?.?? trusted. Here Ii the lesso, of the There la every ie.is.in to believe thai oui Nation v).is nevei ?? morali) vlgoi lui or thorough I) - n?l ? ?; It - to-da: nevi vas ? time when con?|*mnatlon ?' ; iblii at ? when brought ti light, * luid ? ??? ?.? ?evarar than it i< now. If our country?? t., live ir will be because the 'ruths of thla hour nave sunk deeply into th? hearts of the peoni? _ 'rill?; DAT I\ BROOKLYN No dlstln ?.'??? feature? mir',,? ? th? Thanksgiving ? ? torda] PI i^s were dla I '. !> ?'?!.? place? bualnea? waa generally ma? lten le l s.n?? In the early bom ? of ? .?? 11) and crowd. ? boy. dlagulaed with false , traded the ?tract?, Igad fi ?m door t ? dooi \ ? ih? church?? a ere open, ?,ut the service? were -dimly attend? ?. in the New ? o ?> \. ei ue ? ? : Church en ? ngraga! I m I ' lil.lk?? OH? ... -:ie;l : h? bOUM was lie. ?? ? The Re?, Dra. R It M? IW C ? R oadea sere th? ??? ik.-i- Di Lyman Abbott ? ? ? Church i?r John Hump ? Rmmanuel Bap? : ? \ a service in ? ini - Pro ? Kplsciipal i'hui Di ? - ? :' ? - ?? ???!! at? ? Tl ai r tha Be un : Preeb) Ieri m und ?? th? Height? inlted In ?en Ice? ? e '. !.. ? ,. n ?.? ?,?,. preach? ? ? ',. u. h. hi? "?'? con? ? fi m 1.1,? Throop Avenu? Church uniting \ \ ? , . ho r s.inir tn the Hanson 1*1.? ? Dap . . :. .,?: ? ,,t the Simpaos ?. ? the I ..ter l?r. .1 ?? U llson , ? ? n "A \: u bli li?? irti ?: Piend." Dr Louis L II? ? " l la G..??:? .?' Am? ?imi. In ih? Han?.in Place M E. Church. The K? . A'Ian McHosslo preached al union ser ? ?? of foui church?. 1.1 th? Memorial i?.? ly? ? ? ? !?' ra in ??es united In the sei ? - ? .?: l'i n ,? Rapii?! Church, an i the Re I '. .? V. . Olli m ? preai he I l'ha Inmate ?<! the various charitable Inatltutlona m Urookljn .:.? ! bountlfil Thanksgiving .iiiu?.: )e?terdu) and man welcome luxuries The in 11 sane laylum, r< atten? uar) ani |??? aere noi forgotten In lb? distribution of good tr.lpgs lav?.?? gatherings ittended the .?. ,aj,.| evening performance? The wa? noi ?'... g ? ten b) plea?? III ?.kel - Miii?. persons . ? Pi spe I'uk sad other ? bun places yesterday, ind there ?as much riding .m i bli i:n? m ine boulevard?. Ko,ubali si ?? era '' ?. tira ? ? man) spectator!, uni there wure .? m ? ? ?u gamea at the Parade Ground. >' " lai "I ?'. irch en ei tainmenti lille 1 .?? | .,? evening for man) persons < 'lui ?. s m Skinner u.U.? .? led ire on "Pici ireauue Mualc, ?>?- ihe Muai? , il Kxpreas. ? uf Porm and Movement," bef. ??On ???,??!!?? Council, Royal Arcanum, in Hie John st.m Hull Un ? suing NAM KB 1 NDKR WHICH ?1??? MARCHKD. permit? ?.?,? issu? ? ?? Police He? Iquartera ? H - t? hold paia les yeater? day: Raptlsi Ro)a' Brigade Carolina Rannen, St. . Narrowback Rangers, Touna KEEP OUT THE WOLF. A SHOHT DlgCOI'RJg BOUNDED ON A vgRt ??.???.??? TbTXT, "Pleaa ? Bhul tuo door'" This re.ju??.?! is In season. It stares one In th? fac everywhere. Sometimes the "pieaee" h omitted, and then th?? Mgtence Is curt and U' mannered. To peoni?? vim must expose them! selves to nintery airs are any: Plague shut the doors of your bodies, to the ad. vereeInfluences of the fall ami winter. Keep 0UI . .ids an 1 chilla and shivers. When bronchitis ami pneumonia come knocking shut the door "How?" you ask. Vary ?imply, quickly and economically |><? njhaj g gentle Btimulant; something that will keep th? blood briskly clrculatlrg In the tangle of tinr blood-vessels In the skli. A? long as this t, don; there is no poaeiblllty of taking cold, becaneee ?old Is a driving fit blood from the surfore ta the Interior of the body, where the vessels aja quickly congealed and Inflamed, Duffy's Pare Mall Whiskey c'.oees the door und leaves the wolf of disease on the outbid?* With ordinary whiskies Duffy's Pure Ma.lt hai nothing In ?orninoti except a single word. i'n. like them, it is noi Just "something to drink?? ? is a medicinal preparation, just as legitimate as anything els.? on the shelves in the drugstore arbore you can buy It, it is prescribed taca??! where the tissue?* if the body are wasting and the nervous energjj i' at j low ehi?. A poor appetite and a feeble stomach iima?? work mischief If company. Their otispj.?,' against health Is broken up b) Huffy?? pUr; Malt, which creates g wholesome deeire for f,^ and tonos the entire apparatus of dlgeabog, Tht value of a sont:.l whisk??; i.i debilitated stade??! the body is no longer questioned by advanced physicians. This Is a hard condition to m*?. and because Duffy'a Pure Mall meet? u th7: famous preparation Is en honored ally of t>( medical pi of ?-???ioti. Creater New-York's Creatcst Store ? GROCERIES. Mammoth Q'.ieep Olives (pg ke.| ?n Fran.???. ? at. bottle. Queen Olives, extra large fruit, in ? gg|. Ion st.ui.? palli. Early June Pone, standard quality, per can . Early June Peaa, very Une, per can..., Early June Peaa verj small, per can... Aeparagua, detidous iia\. rr. i"?!? , in.... Mixed Tea, worth al.Ou per ii'. Mixed Tea worth. Wc. per lb., al. .99 .09 II .14 III M-i .??'A WINE DEPT. Echo Spring (Ky.) Sor- Mash Rye Whiskey, 4 bottles ? > the gall ?. per bottle . . (?ilka Kummel. : Mariini & Roani Vermouth. imported and Denteati? Cigars ?,? gnd at all prlcea. Bll 1,10 ft? 1.1 sraJeg Bloomingdale Bros. Third Ave, 59th and 60th Sts. Flint's Fine Furniture. Unique Designs in 1 urniture, with Lowest Price?, At FLINT'S, 45 West 23d % Hopeful*, Woodstn. k (iuards. Sliek\ ill? 8l?n4erfiy>t Army. John D. Delahanty Musket.?? - Hatnsu?r4 Warriors Dillon Guards. Kasle Rongera Young Washington Life Guard?. West Knl rUngrr?, Original Hound ?.nails. Peter .1 Bcanlon As?de? tlon, New-York Turn.?!- ''ale; Corps, C. Mich**''? Howling 'i.;. Relllv Volunteer?, Turkey u?ht Ouards, ???, un. ? Rangera, Parry Guards ani ?'oung Hound Rangers. ??? ? ( WICMEXM \OT BAFM /.v A tOLICM gflfNf Antonio de Agnato, aa Italian, of No. IM ? satana .- . ?as walking al ng Sixth-aim yeaterday morning with a basket ?n Ills' arm. The basket was eofetal u, h a cloth, but underneath ihe ?over there wag much confualoa and noise. The man bad ? hicken? in the i,ask??;. He was approached by <!< ':<?* H. Lambert an agent of the Society for the Prereggag ,.r Cruelty to Animala, who Insisted thai Aitine vas treating thi? chickens in a cruel manner Th? Italian told tbe ?????' te mind his own ; ?????? but Lambert arrested Adieto. Th.? la'i-r wj* u? in Jefferson Market yeaterday aft??:. Adieto set up the defence thai tbe agent bad Befa? in* :>> do arlth the . tu-kens. ?Ten It be Brers treat? Inn there cruelly. The} arere f>w : and sot animal?; hence tue a????? w ?* exceeding hla authority la Interfering with bun. Justice Hogaa didn't tak? the ?ame \:??>\ of the matter, however, snd hell the l:.illan in $lu> for trial Phe chickens, four live one? and one deed on* arere plac? i In ? vacant ? ??.! Later In tru* ?lif AtlletO ?"' hai! a.i I wa-. relea? 1 II? st OnCS Wim to tl,.il wii?-!.? the ,?ii k.!;s ha ' been :?. ciaba ht? proper!) ??,? loan,? tbe ?vi! empty. The cblckeM m ? ? ? gone liven the dea I one had winged :;s flight Aflicto w.i- i.i.i. ?. Hi appealed t> Just I ? Hogaa, w)??, ordered thai an Inquiry be mode at one ah Investigation was nude, bui It didn't disc!? ?real had b? o?'.'? of the missing fonrl ? ,: seen them. A rile ?.? w.i?? rxtremely Irate when he :.-ft th# prison and snnounc ? thai !,,? \\?,?,?? gel Be -ill that ?? hii counted upon a happi rhankagrr? ???, but a- it lain??.I out h?? s|>.>nt thn !a\ In prtl and hi? famllj and himself wer.? robbed ol their dinner. SO COtLIMIOM U Y A gggggsW l/.IK'.fV. Th.? ferryboal BontbfleM lefl It. Oeorge, Staten Island, yesterday morning at s M o'clock a ? ledee with paaaengera When she waa aenrlag the ri,,r at th?- Rettery the good snip Annex ? ? l ereeeesl in the oflng rounding the li.itt.-r>. The Anni? ?* ? vas under full headway and ; u ? fore collision seemed excellent. The pilot? blew th? whistles of their boats, but ????? r alache nad speri .tust under Ihe atera ef the BouthAeld sllppat sM Annea Ma, ?. and the collision was a deal failure. "Oh, father!" Bald a fair-haired young Kir: en tha Southtlidd. "What Is that awful rumbling 100X41 hear!.?? naugbt, my child," sail the old rose? "naught but tbe pilot." Nourishment. Al! ilio world needs nourishment. Most ol ihe world needs more o? it than ordinary food supplies, an?! Litis is ?u ? why such .? large pan ol liumanity lakes Scott'i Emulsion. When Babic ?do noi thrive on ordinary food ihey grow i.it and well on ?Scott'i Emulsion. When Children luok as if they were " growing too fast" Scott's Emulsion soon makes them l?>' >k as though they could not grow fast enough, When an aduli ?> emaciated, thin, weak und generally "mn down" in health?Scott's Emulsion restore! the 1 ? ? -? ? ttreugth, hVsh ?md lii-.ilth. Scott's Emulsion of Cod-live It lias been m? equal as table .nul quei tioncd. t&l Trade Maia. !? ()il with liypophosphites is neither an ordinary specific nor a secret compound. endorsed by the ????????? al world for twuiiv years because physicians know it has a nourishment, I; presents the most essential elements of food in the most pala easiest form for the stomach, and contains curative properties that are nn Scott's Emulsion restores health tu thin, puny babies. It overcomes in herited weaknesses or tendency toward thinness and emaciation in children, and gives to .-?/'-*/ r/'.'./i tht vital sir ?\? th which always t\>?tt-s 'with an easy assimilation of an tjffi (?Pi ? '.oishmait. It ?Mini lies th?? blood, overcomes Anemia, Scrofula, Skin Krnptions and a pale or sallow complexion. It promotes the making of healthy lung-tissue, and is the most effet live remedy for Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Weak Lungs, Bronchitis, Consump? tion, Emaciation and Wasting Diseases of Children. 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