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The chief social affair of th.< week will be the
first oor.cert of tbe Choral Society, which, with Us
240 active and nearly 100 assoolaie members, ls In
SMaS touch with almo-d every patt of the city. Th*
BlSlOtllOna aro that Mic bouse xviii be crowded, li?
very few -.eats remain unsold, sad lateresl in the
nffair ia nt a high pitch. Thia ta partly keoaass
lhere never wai a musical otf-snisatlon lu r? Of such
numbers, .-ind partly because- the orchestra ls coos
jtoaed wholly of lo.-ni talent, snd tba members feel
a special pride in the organisation. If hard work
. -means anything, thc eon,-ort, wblcb Will lake ptBOC
on Thursday (-yealing, will be sn artistic bu esi
Mr. Barton retarned from his recreation trip lo Vlf*
#rinia yesterday, aad ia*- * Bp*?clal rehearsal for
the orchestra al bN house bis' evening. This even?
ing the ch***** and orchestra will rehearse In Worn
?lin's institut.- H.,11, Mn- band being summoned for
p.J*-. and lo-murrow evening both aectlona will re*
?hearre In Mush- Hull. Mn- orchestra begin I
o'clock. Tb.- sub-isr. Mrs Car) Lord, will be prei
Bat oa tb* latt*r occasion. The programme a
HrraiiKcd lt as follows: M Chorua tr.un
Beothoven'a ".Munni of Olives"; "Trusi li S
accompanied part-song by Kessler; Mendelssohn's
Baotet, "Hear My Prayer, a'lth Mrs, e.r.-Mani as
soloist; three ancient par; song! wlthoul accom?
paniment, "Sigh Na More. Ladles," "Since Mirv I
Paw Your Face" .md "ii Who v, i. o'er mc- Downs"
she lennis-us trlunipbai march from Cosia'a
?-Na.iman," tho accompaniment a of thi first, third
and last pieces to be given upon pianoforte and or
giin. In Ihe second half of tbe conci ri
tra win clo tb* aocompantmenta for the principal
?numbers, and will make Ita Aral bow io tbe publ ?
In a short compoaltlon by t, ? conductor, Tula is
called "Helmutn'a Love-Song." Then comes Br?
other novelty, "The Mariners' Christmas." by
I'hamlnade. lor female chorua Till*. Had ni vcr been
j>erf..rilled in America when the chorua began to
Study lt. and lt hs* been heard ot ly o Ne*
Tork. aln. e. Mr*. Cary-Lord'a solo number will b
tel aria fros Mr. Burton's oratorio '-Hiawatha."
Th* closing- numbers of the programme ure Bee?
thoven's "Glory of God in Nature,.iv.- Heavens
Ar* Tolling," from Haydn's "Creation.' ai I thi ln
Jlnmmatua from Roealnl'a "St a bat Main The
lmrortanoe o* this enterprise from a musical point
?f view la chown by tba fad that a delegation from
the Manuscr.pt Society of New-Tork ha* ? vv ird
of its wish to t... present. A lux has been eel aside
tor the moulders.
R. "VV. John H. Pop.-, grand lecturer, will hold the
annual oonvcniion of the Ninth Masonic District st
Masonic Hull, Tonkera Savings H.uk Hui;,ling, in
Getty Square, thia city, this evening and t i morrow
tor the (Hal-pose of ? x-mpllfylng the work In the
(?vening a Joint reception will be given for M vv
John stewart. Grand Mast, r of Masona of the State
of New-York, by Nepperhan an l Rising Star lodg< i
of thia city. R. W. Abram 1. Miller, Dlstricl
Grand Master for th* Ninth Masonic District, wi.';
make his ofHciai Tlait to both lodgea cn thia occa
A treat ls In store f r th* t.-embers of the Ama
kassen Club this evening. William Dean Howells
will appear bef0-v it and lecture on "Novel Rea I*
lng arni Novel Writing An Impersonal Explana?
Tba fungal rf Mr. ('harlen Willis Ackerman
-tctok place yesterday afternoon a: 2 o'clo '. si
?tlie) home of Augustus Kipp, N',- i.'.T Warburton
mo.-. There was B Inri;., attendance of friends,
?nd the services were convicted uv Mp- Kev. lb.
Ahab S Hobart, of the Warburton Avenue Bap?
tist Church. The burial *van in Oaklnrid Cemetery
On Sunday evening next the tenth anniversary of
She Installation of the Rev. .Runes T Blxby ns
pastor of the First Unitarian Church, in rbis clrv,
will bo oelebrated. A special service win be held
In which tho Rev. Jahn W. Chadwick and the
Rev. Stephen H. < amp. of BrookMn; the Kev. Mr
Collyer and tbe Rev. Minot J, Savage, of New
?J'ork City, have consented to take part
Yonkers Company No. 3K, Uniformed Rank,
Knights of Pythlaa win bold an Installation, to
Ve followed by a dance, nt edd Fellows' Hall on
Thursday evening.
The Minuet circle held Its annual flan--s last
right at Wiggins Hall, Tho attendance was lat-,;*
? nd an enjoyable evening was spent
-*? ?
Tho Hoard of Regents gives notice that no ap?
plications for tbe March ex nm! nat lor. will be re?
ceived after February 'Jj.
A social entertalnincnt, in which Grand Army
circles are interested, will be held at the borne of
Commander W. W. Ryder, In Croton-ave., next
Friday evening.
The young women of < issining School gave an
entertainment In German :o a targe assembly of
guests last Friday evening. Tbe pupils of Frau?
lein R. -?'??! recited li German and sang German
*or.gK. to the gr. at delight i-f all present "Daa
,labr" v, ia with Miss Bario-a as the
saar, the fo iwlng young women representing the
months: The Misses Cockroft Hetherington
stable, McFarlln, Millar. Wellls. Lent, Hayes.
Farnham. Batterman, Gregory and Holden. After
tbi entertainment refreshments were served ??:!.'!
irformal d .nclng waa enjoyed.
The anniversary exercises of tho Sunday-school
of the Kirs' Ba pt lal Church las! evening at (Hive
Opera House were well attended .md successfully
carried out. A:: exeellenl programme waa pi
Bcnted, consisting of recitations by Mis-. Townsend,
M as Miena Buckhout, Miss Foster and Messra
j-nrker. C Palmer and le-roy Still; singing by
Franki.. R Guernsey, Mlas Gorton mid Mr. Hriag
rusd tt:?- children of -.h.* i-.-hou!, .-md Instrumental
mush* bv .John lluiig. jr. Frank M Wood, Jr., nnd
George jr, Hoag, A mlllti ry drill by Roys, under
command of 1' loseph Keel in nd s flag drill by
girls, under the direction of Miss Sterrltt. were
Features of tbe evening's entertainment
Mrs Charles F Bruale, of Mount Pleasant Aced
easy, will give a fancy-dreaa part] at Mic academy
t mm row ? te- .
The first lei ti r>* r-f Professor Winiam H Good?
year's couts* on "Italian Art and tbe Old Mas?
ters" before the Univ. ratty Ex tel lon Centre of
thia village will bs given In the nssembly-room of
tb* Public School to-morrow evening The subject
Will b? "Maw.. < r Rei a Painting." Tho
ic-xt lecture will ba given on March 3
a five-course dinner win be thi lesson a! '?' -
Russell's cooking achoo! next Friday afternoon at
S o'clock.
Th* proprlcv r of thi Union Hotel is having
plana prepared for enlarging Coi cordi* Hall, which
forms a portidn The Bise of the ball
xviii bea , vi. d. and ir win be fitted up with
a stag.* and all si r> ippolntments, while on
ji,?, ti r overh. I will be arranged a dining-room,
supper-room* and other features
Ar their 11 \t meeting on the evening of March
lt. tho merni..-rs ol the Hoi lei Kicking club will
be entertained with ar; ii. intra led lecture on the
bunting trip to the Bo ' i taken by some of the
members several weeks
Tho fourth meeting of thia i ?: the Unique
Whist Club was held ai I me of Mr. and Mrs
al .hu R. Colite*. In Bro i Iwsy.
At the Young Men's Lyceum it was ladles' day. and
Ih* member* gave a dance for t.".- women.
Tne members of Conqui i ii Hook and Ladder Com?
pany he : the ae on I In i "T ie
Greatest Three Atm-!., an Statesmen." '.
was "Waahlngton" ai ? wa- given by
3 -. k E. Weeka Assistant Dist ric t-Attoi :
?tVeatcl - Illustrated by a stere
optico nanai ??-- ? ' \
-??-.,. ?,--,. ?? i - ? lng was ;::<? charity
Itali, given by the era of St. Teresa's Church,
1- ..." tali of tl -?? i a i- -: . ii'-arly I'-oo being real*
zei, which vv|] ? dlsti ti i among the pooi
,ans.-i. Among the box-holden were tbe Rev. Eugene
McKenna, the Rev. Jobi Mahei Mr* William M.
Wallace, Mrs. John Igoe, Mri John Downey. Presl
?dent Howard i! Morse, Frank Palmer, Dr. to
Touhey and Miss Sarah Martin The mai h itarted
at I oclock, being led by John E Murra* and M ss
Marguerite Downey, of iClmafoi I 'r.'ie chairman-of
the Floor C waa M iel J. Ca at 12
o'clock rmppei was ei ed bi lha mem lera
Refreshment ? ..*. n na
Mr.?. John Igoe, chairman; ton M. Slnnoii Misc \
J - Mina N Dean, Mn K Abbott, Miss to lg -e,
Mifs'K. Glynn Mrs m s. ?. Mrs. M. Meade, Mrs
K. Kilr- '? anl Mik M Bannon.
The home-made -ak. -., ? |.: i ,-c the ''-.limbla
] :- :? m iln-st.,onSa rd a ?? al ? i i I even?
ing, under ihe sus ea of tb* women of the H
Reform) IC v. . ne it i im '?, |
gealla '
A e.-iiri ? '. of the Mr v ? ' ' ? I ? ; '? ? -. ll
trill be formed In North Tarrytown thia evenl
Tbe Rev. Dr. John K:. \ \ pastor of thi F rsi
Reformed Church, and the Hov Arthur M. Mahon,
? i Rt fi rmi w.i. .. vv I taki
In the Ins-.live--1 cerem r .- ol I Rei
Smith as paetor of 1 t Reformed ai Montroae
11 idson on Mai ch ll
Blskop j. W. Hood ? ?? New-Tors' Conference,
preached to i the W lej E reel
Af'lcan Methi Hs! Enl -opal Church las; , ? ?
This efterni ? hewlj elected >.-ili
esraofthi H lety of Christian Endea i
A rr - Literary fl I acted wl:b
the First Baptist Choi nlng at
the chapel T ? will be "I. ngfellow "
The regular weekly debate betwei l ? members
cf the Ardsley Lyceum will b<- held ibis evei -.
the question under discussion l ?-:r.ir. "Resolved
Thal a Bradley Martin ball hi.s a m..r. harmful
ihan beasfletal effect upon society." The uriirma
tlve will be praseated hy th* Re- a. m Barnett,
pastor of tbe Ardsley Methodist Episcopal church,
and Howard s f-tir-i**,. of Hm L'nlversit) of the
Routh, win support ibe negative After the debate
an satertalnmcni wm L-- given Among the feat
area of ths progr*. mau will ba s Bolo by Mr*. Hey.
Kimir mni a re [tatton bi David E.rion
A For.-lgn Missionary Society w..s organised In
connection with lh? .*? .i.-'-. Methodise i leconal
Church bv Mr*. Stone, nf New-York cit) former!)
a ml?lonarv in India Mrs Stone made ti brief an?
dre** In wlib-h sh.- outlined the plant and gav.
th* obje^is of the so lety. Arnot.g tb.,., who be?
ean** members are Mrs a E Barnett m*-- i
Roberton, Mrs. V. li BtoiTa and Mis .; Russell
Tho free lecture course of the Board of RdUCa*
tlon of Mount Verooa trill have an In te feat li
parturo this evening, when a musical ai. I Ularara
entertainment aili be glv.n in the Chester HUI
Behool (No. :?> under ti,, direction of Thomas Den*
jilson, a BBembei of the Board list d li
tor Hallam, musical Instrui i..r ol the p il
The chorus singing will be by puj - ? . , ,r,?,
the schools, and one of rhe features will ba an in
terva) arid sight reading drill, showing the method
taught by Professor Hallam tn the acboola Dalav
Newman, another punli. will dance thu "Suiloi a
$29.00 EACH.
Of English Meltonotte, a fabric of
\ uiiiiBiial excellence, in Plum,
Green, Brown anil various tither
good similes.
Made in all sizes- tight fitting
short Jacket effect, trimmeil back
anti flout with Brandenburg liiaid
of special design, lined through?
out with Changeable Taffetas Silk.
Also, in other fabrics, a variety of
newly designed Gowns, nm<le by
us Irom Paris models.
All marked Twenty-nine Dollars
ami to be seen 'iii our Second1
Floor, beginning to-day.
Hroadway and ll th St.
Il,.rnplpe.-- Thc concert will open with "The Rhine
Raft Sung" by the quartet choir or the Church ot
the ks enslon, and thar* will ba solos bj Miss i la
Pfell, soprano; Professor Halium nnd K. H. Robin?
son, barytones, Recitation* will be given by Messrs
A. B. Glnon and Clarence il. crumble and v: i
Faith Davis The concert will close alth ths Bing?
il g of "Ami rica"
Th* American Linc steamship St Paul and th*
White Star liner Adriatic steamed into this port
yesterday after what the passengers sad offlcera
Of each vessel report to have been as rough a voy?
age .11 Ht ber of the st*sm*rs often en*
counter*, it waa almost a contlnu .us series of
gales from tho tims tb- St. Maul left Boutbsmpton
and Mu* Adrlstla left Liverpool. Bofh vessels were
pounded by terrille seas throughout th* entire
- ?-. and each was delayed about two .lavs,
yet neither of the vessels and nor.*, of tho passen?
gers suffered any Injury.
Captain Jamison of tho St. Paul, after he had
sera bis big pst safely docked saki to a Tribune
reporter: "I havs seldom seen such a February be?
fore From the time wo left this pon, on Feb?
ruary 8, there has been a continuous i-t rles of
gains. We faced an easterly blow gult.v; over nnd
a w**t*rly one coming back. We were held up ir
th? Channel for thlrtv-sl>: hours on the outward
voyage by fog, which made ns late In starting Ot
! our westward trip, and which accounts for our
de ay In arriving here. From the time we left
Sou tho tr pt on, on Sunday afternoon, unti' we
drooped anchor in New-York Bay, th* weather
was severe to an unusual degree. Fog and snow
made the iipprua.-b to this port ns difficult uk was
Mie entrance to Southampton a week agu- The
poorest diiy's run was on February bs, when only
, 296 knots were put astern of us."
The Adriatic had an equally difficult passage,
nnd ihe crew -is well ns the pus- ngers were glad
to be safely in p<.r: again Tb- hatches were bat*
1 taned down fur must of the trip, and the passen?
gers w,-re warned to keep below. The engines had
to be :'!.'W.d duwil twice iii Mic course of the v-iv
1 ugo, once to make a slight repair to Mic machln*
; erv, and once on account of the weather,
Among the passengers un the S;. raul was ? -,,.
| Russian Admiral Dubossoff, who. with his flag
lieutenant, Volkoff, is proceeding by the overland
route to Japan, when* tbe Admiral will become
the second ii: command of the Russian squadron,
There were also on board the widow of Alexander
Salvinl who ls best known by her stage name,
Maud Dixon; Robert M. Hooper, ex-United Btatea
VIce-Consul at Paris, and Miss Hooper, and A
C Johnson. United St ites Consul ai Btuttgarl
Captain Jamison exhibited with some pride ,?-o
letter* which the passenger! on hla laal voyage
oul wrote hs teatlmony lo hla abie handlli - ol
hia vesael under unfavorable rlrcumBtsncea
e - ?
The christian Endeavor Society of the First Mo?
ravian ('burch. Stapleton, will hold un enti-rtain
ment this evening.
The fourth organ recital will be giver. In the
Randall Memorial Church, Sailor's Snug Harbor,
on Thursday afternoon. Tho solos will be sung by
Mrs. William clinton Brown, soprano, and ?'. ll,
H. Booth will preside nt lb* organ.
Tb.- semi-annual convention of the Woman's
Christian Temperance Union of the county will
be held in Trinity Church, West Brighton, on
M."ireh 4.
A. G. Slmonson, truant ottl-*.-r of Northfield, has
resigned lils oflflco, and the Town Board is dead?
locked over tho appointment of hla succes if
A movemeni baa been begun for the organisa?
tion "f a Women's Auxiliary Association of Ihe
Torapklnsvllle Young Men's christian A asocial lon.
A meeting will be held in the Women's Club, Totnp
kinsville-ava., New-Brlabton, on Thursday after?
noon, when addresses will b* made hy women from
New-York and Brooklyn associations. The call fur
the meeting ls signed bv School Commissioner Julia
K.-nt U'.-s:. Mis Willam c. Walsen, Mrs Tb.,nias
J. Thompson nnd Mrs Wilbur Flaks Wood
- ? -
Patrick Walsh, of Augusta Ga . formerly Mr.''ed
States Benator, ls now in the city looking after some
private businssa Ha feela sure thal lhere li s
to la* B business revival nil over thc country, nii.i
especially In ibo South. Evan P, Howell, of "Th*
Ailami Constitution," who was with Mr Walsh,
shared hla views on tbe aubjject. Mr. Walsh, re?
ferring to the progress being made In the South,
In Corgi a thc great majority of the ?
mills arc running and giving employment to from
f .ur thousand to five thousand people. 1 must aay
that the prl * received h* not ns Batlafact ir-* ,,
might be for the manufactured product, bul we
have about Mir.-.- million aplndlea In operation. We
hi ir from all over the South of trade revival, ,-in.j.
l-est of all. faith and hope."
When Bsk.-.i how tin* South viewed the proa].?
; -le a ih Spain over Cuba, Mr. Walsh said:
"A people which bus gon,- through a period ur re
constructlcn dues not l.-ok with favor on war. a.
fur myself, I durr: wan! a war with any one. bul 1
believe '.ri upholding the National honor and aervlng
notice upon the Pcwere thal weare big enough to
; .uk aller uar own Interests."
The galleries Of tbe Sth Regiment Armory, nt
Park-ave, and Nlnety-fourth-st., were crowded last
evening with the mothers, sisters, wives nnd
Bweethearta of the gallant members of the corpa
Il was the annual reception of tbe regiment, which
turned oui In full fore- At I o'clock the regli
was formed for review by Brigadier-General Louis
Fitzgerald. The review was followed cv .it.-.
parade, in which all of the active member* or the
regiment were in line. At the end of tins ;,?, .
servt.-e medals were presented to Lieutenant
one) Hertel, Sergeant-Major Collins and Prl va ti
Malloy, Collins and O'Brien. Sharpshooters' rm
were presented to thirty-six mem bera of the regi?
ment, and i'd men received marksmen'a ba
Dancing followed the, military cyr. rn i
The:-.; Battery, N m. n y. Captain David Wil?
son, enjoyed Its sixty-fourth annual sntertalnmcnl
snd r.pt lon si Leno* Lyceum, Flfty-nlnih-si
and Madlson-ave., las' ntghl Among those pi
-ve:' General Plums and staff, of New-Ji
General Howard Carroll. General Louis PitBg
.-.nd staff, Colonel Ashley W Cole, Police Commis?
sioner Andrews, Captain Lou la Wendel and Con
ler Snow of tr,.- State Ponclblea o' i'h'i,,,i, i
phis. u.ian. i
a James C. ''lawford Repa bl I an Association
? ? XXIXth Assembly District held Its .
dinner ai the Blue Ribbon Hotel, No. 1,065 c.::
ave, n.-ai Ninetieth-St., las! evening M wi .,
Joli) gath.-ring and the fun Issted unlit un early
bli morning Among I boee present mos! if
whom made .-i.hes. were a., x.u,.i. r M Mason
ongressmsn 1. B Qulgg, Alderman Charles A
Marker. Edward Lauterbach, X A. Fishers lamea
c. crawford. Dr. SJ. J. Palmer. Quarantine Com.
mlstir-ntr; Frank Hulkl-**,, Colonel li c \\hr,i v.
slstant nistrb-t-Attornevs Hal Hell arni A C* Aa
tarlta, John il Gunner ned eamon n-?.
The Cornell alumnae resident m New-York Bl
vicinity will hold their second annual luncheon at
tba St. Denli Hotel al l o'clock on Saturday next
President Bchunnan, of Cornell ex-Presldeni An?
drew D. While Profeesoi Goldwln Smith of To?
ronto; Miss Martha c.ir.-. Thurn.,., prealdenl .,'
Bryn Mawr, and Mr- Julia I irv.,,.- pre.den, o
Welles!, r. ar. npsrted to n- pies.-,,,' ,,?. ^kc
Ruth Putnam and l?r Bmlh I.
' r 'd botan) al Hainan! Will also
ddressei Ml
Gregory profi
be among :he speaki r i
T- ' ?*? ,:' 1! ' ' '*?' "rtll deliver rb- annual oi ition
before thc Ni
. , .. .i .. U.JI
afore th,- N.-w-Virk Delta or i-iu it?tu ir..
A delegatt. n from Lafayette Post will preseni ,
the Rhlnelandei Bcho il No ITO Eaai tr ? ? '
eigh b-si , thia evening al I o'i lo i "
Ti,.- aanosl dinner of the oarsmen conni - i with !
? New-Yorh Athletic c:?b wa. held at Travers
Js.and on Saturday night About t-*-..,-,. ,- ,
attended, and tb. L* i^KaX&^S?
Cotton Dress
Exclusive designs?newest
colorings and combinations.
I-"rene h Organdie,
Pique*, Percale,
Striped Gazeline,
Irish Dimity,
and Dotted Swiss.
Scotch Zephyr.
Plain and Striped Canvas.
Dress Linen,
and Linen Crash.
Lorri & Taylor,
Biosdwaf & 20th St.
ALBEMARLE Mr ind Mrs. Bstntiel l?. Warren
of Boston. CAMBRIDGE Antoni,> Lase Arrlaga
Minister f..r Guatemala at Washington, ami Sena.
?or p. \y. Higgins ol on. ..ia. N. V. PIFTfl AVE
Nik .inti),-.- Alfred Hand, ..r Bcranton. HOFF
MAN- Judge John C, Qray, of th.. Sew-Vork Couri
oi Appeals; Judge William .1. Walla..-, of Albany
Judge Alfred L*. Coxe, of Utica, and Hoi.en M
Hooper, ..f Parla. MARLBOROUGH Captain Lou
H. Howell and ex-Senator Patrick Walsh, ol
Georgia, MANHATTAN Senator Joseph Mullln,
of Watertown, X V. Pi, a/. A Mme Calllai
(formerly Mrs p t Barnum). WALDORF Ex
(Jov.i nor Prank Brown, of Maryland. WINDSOR
- Rober! Gram, of Boston,
? ?
Legislative Commltt-M on Trust*, city Hall, K
h m
Do; Show, Madison Squsr* Garden.
Boa'r.i of Aldermen, City Hall, l p. m.
Police an" Pilot Commissioners' meetings
Sofia: I;.-,,inn dub discussion f.f "Trades 1'idont
and thc i'bimp...v. d," .\\>. fl Bast Fourth-aL, f
p. in
Lecture by Merril Steiner!, Carnegie Hall, 4 p. m.
Political S lenee Club dint-cr. No .''.i Union Bqusre,
7 ie m.
Harlem Ba belora' Pall. Harlem Opera House.
Se a m m.- Christian Association entertainment,
Tiix.'ili. Hall. * p. in
Llniuean Bocletv, Muieum of Natural History, i
p. ni.
Greek masSHneating, ?"hl.-keriii)*- Hall, s p. n
Beawanhaks Yacht Club, No. :i- Bast Twenty
aecond-Bl . I |i m.
New-York Hanks ."loo Club concert, Carnegie
Hull. I p. m.
Toung M.ut's Christian Assot-ltrlin temperance
conference, Association Hail. Brooklyn, * p m.
Presentation >.f flag io Rhinelander Behool hy
Lafayette Post, s p. m.
Henry Gut (man, of No. i IM B ind ave., I" ser
retsry of a Mssonlo lodge, Nu 74:. -?i,i.-h me.us in
iii.- Masonic Temple, end when li" was riding on a
glxtl ir laat Bal urday i Ighl lu* lost
ti... charter of tia- lodge, which he had .-nrrioi in
I ; ii.-! As (he dial ror V of value !?> Ho- luise
? ?i :?? . i. : ? .,; || age, ! " :. Il offered B r. Ward for
? oder of lt.
The new Chapel of the Bleai ?! Sacrament, on
Hie ground! of Bellevue Hospital, will be i I
-.ti Satur.l.iv by Archbishop "otrlgin. Solemn
pontifical mass, whir)) will probably !"? aald by
. Parley wll! follow, ti..- Rev, Joseph ll.
McMahon, >.f St. Patrick's Cathedral, win deliver
c.- lennon. The chapel li for tia- hospital pa?
tients, and has no entrance fruin the Btreet H is
Hie (-if! of Mlsi Annie L.-i.: v
Af:.-.- a search >.f more t inn two end a lia if yi os
tlie Poatofnce Inspectors have recaptured William
B. McNey, a confessed rifler of letters, who Jumped
: ?? j:.om bul band furnished by hil friendi in '<'?
McNey was b letter-carrier attached to Station B.
in Ess) New-Tork (Brooklyn), ari was arrested
Ttir_- il, IBM, by PoetofBce Inspectors Beaven and
sin.pu ou ft i barge f.f having abatra'cted money
from letteri IntruBted io li!-, care. Rifled letters
iv er,, found upon Iii,ii, ai I he COIlftlsed lils gilli)
i. fun- Untied Si..'es Commissioner Morie, ami waa
held for ii"- Grand Jury, ll- wai released under
!].."/?> hail furnished bj tv--, of ni fellow post
office .-h.ol.e. .s .md vit .r11 afterward he dlsap
,,, ,,:, i The , un,.er iii- dire, ti in of Chit I In
sp, '.-Asiie. Inspectors Beavers and fl
a se,rh for the fugitive. Thej heard ol him from
sty-en places, hut he rep tedi u. re. iled i'i
eluding them. A few daya ago, owever, they lo
. .,-. i iiiiii on a ' -iii neal Rai nomv'.l , Niagara
Count) this S't:-. Inspector Ashe to-duy tele?
graphed io the postoffice Inspector there to arresl
M.-Ney, Thia waa done, and yesierdaj Inspector
Hhopp started for Knnaoinvllle lo lake chnrge .r
the prison*! nd return with liim to Brooklyn,
whi l" lie will he turni il oa tc 1 he postal ai I
liles .,f the ? ' tern i rici of Nee York
McNey when Ari
Bergen-st.. Hrookl
>f William .1 Joh'
arrested, lived nt No. ?.(dl
\: ii ape he adopted
? a rle
of the
The man who waa klil.l on Sun. l iv bj
vated train ut the Cortlandt-sl elation
Klxth-.-c. ?? roi I wai Identified early jreaterday morn?
ing bi Lorin tin Vetter, flftjr-flve yeara old, of No.
207 Wes. Rlghteenth-at The bo,Iv was Identified
by the dead man'a aon, William, who told th<
),ita! authorities Hint Ids father had been employed
by the Knl, k. rbocker Ice Company aa .. blacksmith
for twenty-elghl years The son aald thal Vetter
been In bad n* ilth for several months. Ile
lUll w ,i k on ..?? ..un' of his
in l despond
lenoi vv
hi ri i. en ??.,,n.i ll. d t
i? sith, ind had be oms mi
.?uv The i in thinks, I oa
that hit
? ,. t - ii, ide lb- "in- ? hm his father bad i.. -
rome weak from Illness, ai I was clumaj In his walk
aa a conaa-ouenee. i!>- thinks lhal hil father Hum
bled and fell In fronl of the train
1 lill: INSURANCE UOMPANrS foi irv.
Colonel Greene th. president of the Connecticut
Life Inaurance Comp nj-, of Hartford, Conn ba
H,.* faculty of pre*. ..nu-*: the affairs of the com?
pany lu .'"i Interesting and Ins!motive way, aa may
i. ,,i,-erv-,i In reading bia report and accompany?
ing atatemenl The annual tepon ahowa the af?
fairs of th.mpaiiy v. be highly satisfactory, lt
discloses rare lr, the expense accounts, while the
v..lumu of I.lolii.-s.i bas been large, 1 ?'.rirav;igarit
and i<-kl. - exp ndtturea have been avoided, the
ulm of Prealdeni Greene having been to Insure the
m. mt..r- of the Connecticut Mutual al a minimum
of cost. Tb.- poll, j ? ?:' the , ? mpsnj (?. be i on en ,
live .md i o' nv ,.. s.i a racing pa, a for ..iiier rom
|.innes ba.- I : iu steadily, and the eom
pnny makes a ".."'l showing among the lubatan
Hal Inaui in.rporatlona <.r tl.int ry.
POUR I H Kl ROSE \i: l\ Till STOVE.
Mrs. Margaret Johnson, thirty-five years, old, of
Nu tU Baal Nlnety-fourih-st., tried to hasten tho
kitchen fire In her rooms al noon yesterdaj by pour?
ing kerosene ..ii from a caa <>n the biasing wu.ni
The .an exploded, scattering Hie burning oil over
her from hi id t i fool The woman ran and tlir.-w
herself upon i lounge II. r arrearaa atlra. ie,i her
husband who vva* in an adjoining r....m, and ne
lbren .piilis and blankets uv.-i bis iv;r* until he had
i-Bilngiilshe.l ihe fin m. - Mi - Johnaoi wai burned
from 11.-ad in fool Bite a ia removed t>. tue Pr*sby
i.ii.ui Hospital, where the Iled shortlj af!.
.. ? i . k I.,-' ni -bt li.-r huaband'B banda a-ere burnell
Sorta ... ..id bis v. if.
Willie O'Brien, thlrtr, . years old, who llvea In
i m. -bundo ,i.n,.i thlrty-flfth-st., near Bouthern
I oul.mu.!, was Inatantlj killed yesterdaj by falling
bow.-, ti two fr.*l).-i)t ran of ;i ,v, a Y<.rk, New
Haven .md Hartford Railroad eastbound nain, on
??? hi ;h ia- wsi ? .io. Manj bo In the
pi" r pai ? il t,,. rltj have Im - n ., .,.- ,,,, j , ,
Jump on freighl trains al the tVlllls-ave lard and
no.- lo ihe Cai Ken yard, ri turning i
ir.un The O Bi len boj board, tl ., i:,. .,,,.? -,,,.-?
iralll Bl Hu- Willis.,ie yard al nu ,|i Ahoul half
hu iiour later ,i policeman found bia mangled bodj
b.-tide ihe ir.i.ks h. One-hundred-and-thlrty-tblrd
*:. The bey had evidently been .-rualied 'by tb.
buniptrr-i of the car and thrown aaiue,
Have to risk spoiling you to make
sure that with thc new Spring there's
nothing in stock but new goods.
To-day, Spring overcoats?blacks,
browns, tans, oxford, .ind gray; silk
lineil, $15; young men's sizes, $12.
Were $25, $28 and $30.
Serge-lined, $10; young men's
sizes, $8.
Were $15 to $22.
And still as good a chance as ever
of saving $5 to $15 on a Spring suit.
Sacks and cutaways, $12; young
men's sizes, $10.
Rogers, Peet & Co.
frlr.es and Broadway.
Wnrrt-i and !ii*i?dway.
Third- srcutid and Hrt-.a-1.-rar.
A crank who said ht owned Mb?utenimt-Oovcrnor
Timothy L. Woodruff troubled the Polio* Depart?
ment ii! lung range over the telephone early yester?
day morning. H. la in tbe Inssne pavilion st Helle
rue Hospltsl noir. A- 7 a m, the follow called up
Police Headquarters from a clgar-atore at No. 1.sst
Thlrd-ave. The pollcs operator who anawered th*
call heard a gruff Voice which yelled:
"Hello! you. sir. I am from Timothy L Wood?
ruff, and I wa nt to talk to BOBS8 OOO in chargo
right away. J want your na-nt*, too. young man.
"I'll see BbOUt you," continued Mu- VOiCB as the
Operator, trembling at ths thrcr-ten'ng tone and
the mighty name Invoked, wis about to give his
name. "Why don't you put me in communication
With sume In charge?"
The w.re wsa switched Instanter to the Bureau
of Information, where Berg-ant Kellatier talked.
Tbe s.-rgeant la old In the service and experienced
In the ways of cranks. When tbe gruff voice yelled
Bl him he scented otic uf the s|.p.s fruin afar.
"W.-ll. hOW about lt?" In* ask..!.
"I want you to understand that this is a gentle?
man at this end!" shouted th* man who wanted
the Lieutenant-Governor. "O-e-n-t-1-e-m-a-n, gen?
tleman. That's what I am, and I want to talk to
Lleutenant-Governor Woodruff. He's the gr.atest.
man In tha stat.*, and l own him."
Tla-n h* U**d su.-h language ..bunt the sergeant.
tia- whole Pollc* Department *nd tha telephone
gitl In the Harlem exchange that, aa that young
person said afterward, ll sen! cold shivers down
ln-r back.
The ? ? circa nt rang up t'? ?? East I ine-hundfed-and*
twenty-sixth K station on the police telephone and
told Sergeant Sullivan to send a man around to the
cigar-store and see what was the matter with the
fello* there. Thi pol -eman who went to investi?
gate found Mr Woodruff's owner sirring near the
ii and r- iv lng of iris friend.
of the stor-- begged him io g.I
tu,,k him an d to the polli
President -.f Ihe United State-. "
Tr, Sergeant Sullivan Ihe f.'llrw sab! lie was A.
Tannenhols ol No. BJ Llberty-ave., Brooklyn, and
had p.?--??! through a greal oideal iv proved to
!. a small mai .well eased, *-l!h a gul.i watch In
hla po k.-- nnd diam ind tud< in hla shlrtl
Tia- sergenni Ben him to the Harlem court, where
hi was remanded to Bellevue Hi pita I for Inquiry
aa ti bli inlty.
The proprietor
-. ,- The pol Ice ma n
- .-. ? oi "to nc el i hi
A daring highway rui-b.ry was attempted .'.r
midnight Sunday almost under tb,- Washington
Arch, i-ut was prevented by the quick action of
M.irk Policeman Brennan. The latter heard crlea
fur- ii.-ip. and running inward the Arch, haw- two
men endeavoring to beal .-morl.er to the ground
one held him bv the throat vvblle the other at
t.-rnp', d iu kid; his feel from under bim. Both
highwaymen kept up an Ineei srer of kiowa
rattling tn on their victim's face. When they Baw
the policeman coming both ran toward Thompson
sr, (nie disappeared down Mniv.-rsltv Place, while
Brennan pursued and cough) Mi- other in Thomp*
aon-st. The prisoner waa taken ?-. tin- Chsrle*-*t
station, where lu* saul ha was Clemens Brosseto,
twei ' :'? ir ? ira oil, ..f No, MO Wes! Broadway
lb- i.-i ise.t tu dtsclo ?? the Identity uf bis accom
Whib- he was I.- lng arraigned bis victim ph
len . rh.- atatlon. Both eyes were blackened and
hla face was covered with bl.! M. -aid Va
name was christopher Koppo, a cook in the st.
Maui.ns ii.,..-I, Lexlngton-ave. and Seventy-first
st ll,- was passing Cir. igh the pails, h. said,
when iv- men attacked lum. IL- lind i?,Q In hla
pucket, which the men dil no! succeed In getting,
Magistrate Simms in Mu- Jefferson Markel Court
y est erda) morning b-l-l Brosseto for triul.
.Midge Wheeler, of the United States Circuit Court,
has handed down . decision in 'lu- suit uf Guil?
lermo Boga rd ua agalnsl William lt. Grace, Michael
lt. Grace and Charba lt. Flint, directing that Grace
,v . o must pay Bogardus the -um of 117,88448, the
balance due. leas commission, -.n a claim agalnsl
th.- peruvian Govi rnmeni which was held by Bo*
gardus, iin.l which h.- transferred to Mn- defendants
-ur one-half its actual \allie
Judge Wheeler's decision r>- Hes that Bogardus
had niall-piue.i righi to 196.030 agalnsl the Govern?
ment of Peru; thai the lef-ndants, nuder the name
of William H. Grace A Co., bad exlenslve dealings
with tb.- Peruvian Governmeni; that Bogardus'a
.lain, wai acknowledged ??-. thai Government, and
. Men li- transferred it t ? Grace A Co. fur one-half
Its value 143 013. 'if Mu.' sum li- received fruin
ih.-rn 124.00750, the balance to I- paid when the
claim was coll.-cie.l. This balance Bogardua bas
never received, though he allegra thai Grace & Co
have collect, d lt.
A r.p.ut .in ula:..) yesterday that Richs ri
Croker was confined to hla bed al bis home. N i. .*.
lau! Beventy-foiirth-at., In the doctor's .-are and
that in* trip to Euro*-.n the Spree to-day would
he abandoned, proved '?. be unfounded. Instead of
being confined lo bed Mr Croker was abb* to gu
io bis office, Nu ni Broadway, yesterday, and
transact some business.
"I shall sail tO-mOTTOW un the Spr.-.t ns I have
expected to do," he aid. "Mj son Prank will go
willi m.- We shall go .iii.-. Mv in Wiesbaden. 1
hav- fuuml th.- i,.cbs ii,, r.- especially beneficial."
"How soon d" you expect togo t>. England?*1 Mr
' t.-ker was Baked
"I cannot any exactly," was Vs reply, "The re?
port that 1 have huts.-, entered mr Kin-IMb races
in lin, middle >.t' March ls nol correct. None of
my hors, s m.. ent.-r.-l for anything before April 16
1 ha v.- therefore pl. nt y of Hine "
"When will you be hack In New-York?"
Mr. Croker did not make a direct answer Hs
l-ft lt to i ?? ic- ired Moe th,* political Situ.,tl ,u
here might hav- something to do with Ihe date ..r
bis return, althuiigh he did not aai ?-.. in words
If the uutlooft for tb.* Tammanj Democracy im?
proves he mic. he buck by September 1.
Mr croker reiterated yesterday lils regret thu
the .-hun.-es for tb.- adoption of th- arbitration
treaty by th* Senate wera so unfavorable.
Mis Croker and other membera uf the fanni*,
will billow Mr. croker io their country ptaceai
Wantage, in England, in a few we.-ks
Aanou.-ictnr tote
Henry A. Daniela. M D
no Weal suth st
Impalrm?nts cf th* Ntrvout Systtrn. Imnatsnrt. Rttrtllts
.mill*- ailment!. Houri J ,,,V8 n,t
H.-move Mu- causes that make your hair life
less ..nd rr..' arllh Parke! -. Hair balsam
Parker'a Ulnscr Toel irei I watt gatai
i: & W. E A* W. rn A w
Th* Sen c .Har "MKNIX)."
MIS! VII 111 Al.MAN \i
? a M Bunaei :- IB M n rlaei an " M vp, a'aagetl
A M Sandy Ho. k o 04 (kw. Uland (I 14 Hell Hat. 1 m
V.M-8endy Hook ia 21,-Jov. luand uJ^ateil Saw 2.41
Sixth Avenue, 20th to 21st Street.
Interesting Shopping News:
1 Opening Announcement
Now Slinpcs, Jtieli Colors and Dainty
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
in all the New Spring Shapes and
in cotton fabrics for Spring VYe%r,
This Week.
Many exclusive styles in Lawns,
Organdies and Percales arc shown,
and at prices ranging from
1.29 to 3.75.
Ladies' Walking Dresses,
Tailor-made effects in all the new
styles and materials.
Sop To-Xhiht'* Papers for fill
Furniture, Curtains awl Huas
Morning* Thc Price* will astoni.
Flint's Pine Furniture
Artistic Furnishing hints abound
here and arc now at reduced prices.
TO |90.
FROM $32. TO |22.
Only one snit of eacli of tli<i above
designs is left, and they must be sold
to make re.mi for spring beauties.
Many other styles, all at bargain
"buy OFTHE maker"
Geo. C.Flint Co.
43.45 and 47 WEST 23?ST.
factory: 154 and 156 west I9t-"STR*ZET
T. > I \Y
VeeatL Fri bi Lin*.
V |c .Christi.nsand, Feb ll ... I" ni alla
.Hamburg. Feb **?.Hanni ".mer
Llandaff Ully. Hwanteu, Feb ?:.Brlst l
- Irene . Liverpool, Feb I .Wilson
? .Hr, i I' i IO.Nt: l
Frai i ? .Hull 1 ? ? ?. W
re .bl Lui .. Fe i 13.I .amport .*, :: ii
i . -? Feb Bi ND
I'atrla . ? H Itamb Amer
.Llverpo i. r.- . v.-.Whit. ia. ir
Victoria. Olbroltar Feb ?>. v > -
Km* .'???? ' I'-' H .N.l Lloyd
M iwh.!?"i. 1 u. Feb ll . v
S|.i lindum.Ilolterdam, Feb IO.Hoi v- ?
nd. Ar. twerp Keb 1.1. I; o
It-tultlana.New-Orleans, F ? IB.Cromwell
Kansas City.Savannah, Feb 30.Savannah
Afshaa l'rino..Bl lelds, Feb I .Frlnce
Heiuranea.Havana, Feb 20 ,.N V A cuba
ii.-i toll.laekaonvllle, Feb -1 .
Edam.....\n.-r. ? : .m. Feb ll Holl Vmer
VeaaeL Per. Lin*. Halli ??: ose Vet*
Spree Ii- men, S ?", i.i.ii lu '>. i rn 1 "?' ',? in
, Vi . f ttisutt - ih, >.-i ..I t in 3 00 p ,u
' ul implon, Am. 11, in , T:0Oa rn 10:00 i m
Maur lani I: (t*i rn ii Inn . R-OOa m H.:lt)a rn
Fort lt \ -rn un.Hand, lte.lCr.ai* .It-flOa m 1 :??? p m
ri ullin,., Antwerp. Bed tata,. :. .i.i.t rn 11 ??. .. tu
v Liverpool, Whit. Btar . ii-Mtia Biwiii
I'la: .!??;'.. i Bl Thomas Bed I) ...ll:l?am 1 :>?. p m
'Waihi .'n Havana, N Y tt C. I..". i> rn 8:00 p ni
.?? .,,. m n 'li le :; ' ? P m
Com* ilslv. -? n. Malton . :; '" ;? m
Bl M.?ri-.. N'e? Orlrans, Ilonan . SwOpm
?lin [?..--LAV. FEBRFART SI
, ri mil i| ?!" eui i I I * l". I OS i' '" ?"? '" P '"
-..--,, Bahama* I '*" P "> a .'?> p m
-, i i,.... |n ? iut n V .v Hayi i i?i ,. ut :i no y in
te liiii.tni. s, i;...i ? - :< no p m ."? Ot.
I-., i-o t* ty, Savannah Savannah.... 3:00 pm
shitrim; \i ifs.
si,*.,mer s' Paul. Jamison, B uthamptos February 14,
with in.'..-*. IM thin ami no steerage ptttengtr* to the
lmernttirntl Nevlestlon Co. Arrtsed a. tba Har ai 4 I1"
a lu
Steamer A.lnsiir itin. P.w.ien. Uverpool February io
and Uueenatoam ll. with ia ls.-, is rabin -. ?! Bl -t.-.-rni*
paaa.iu.era lo ll atslttarid K-oei Arrlvrd ai tbe Har ai
.. 4I> ? Bl
Bteamer liberian (.Br), r.'V, Qlaaaow r"ebi-uarj *. ?nu
h. it-,.- iii eabla tatt ll tieertae ssat. t*r* t" Aual in Ba I
win .* c. Air, >?*! ?.i lo* H?r^i :; :.. p m.
S,-ain*r ? in of Kuii-si .-i illn V. .... ? I . tl t M I ml
M.tant H..) an.l Klngaton i.i.m.o I.', a-. I I'.,i Jloranl lil
nun ni.iie an.! 'J ...lui. pataengera I the Amen, au lian
. ? mpanj Arrived al lbs Bal al i> 19 a in
Sle.iMirr AdVanC*. 1lender.*.,! C . ? I..'-. I.I III, h
md** .m.I 'if- paaaenftra u, Panama Kalli sd an.l *-- Lina
ll tlte l:.i: Bl ?1 B Bl
?teamer Vlgiianeia, Mi-lntnah, Tarsal. ? Februsr) li
au,i Havana IS von, mast and 19 rabin paaaencera (>. J
li Wai.i .t <'" virii. i al ih. Bs. ai lo la . ta
steamet Oneida, Chlehe.tei Wllminrton, with m.ise
an.l tmaingrn o William P ilyde .v
Steamer Hen.raeior, Townsend, Philadelphia, with
?adas i ? w I' oi-??!.? f* ? '??
ra...ut,er 0.1111.1 h., i'ennlnaton, J. kBrmviile, Februan
lit and . harlen..ii 20, with mdt. and pattengen ta \\ r
.lil- .1. Va
si.un.-1 Rluefleldt, Masinat), Baltimore, with mis* tu
li f i- siei
Stea.r Bl If.,, quirk NV? Orleans, with mdaa lo J
T Van Hlrkl.
stearne. Cum. I t rans, Ot i-etion, uni, mda* ?? . ,
?r?s..,s io a: ii m iii,.,-i a . o
Sui 1] ll ? h. N I I ,-! Jg li ..:i ?, ,?. \\ |q ; ,..,,,,
?tiona brae..,, fog a nd rain
JwmSm" ir'tuU'*cf* u"rl,',on *na '?**?***
Every weave and color new rn the
| Dress Gooda World from the Latest
1 Paris Novelty to the more staple fab
j ric is here arni ai a price thal wc be?
lieve to be exceptionally Low.
will be offered lo-day af prices that
will make ir an object for you To come
Mohair, Sicilians Scotch Tweeds,
j Etamine Cheviots, English Serges and
? French Broadcloths!
I particulars of ft S\>ecinf Sal* of
to begin To-Morrow (Wednesday)
?// f/Ot".
Last Week ol' Otu- Great
frame] at Hu* pritce of thc best
Large line of odd patterns and
part pieces tit INGRAIN CAR?
PETS to close out. from 25c. per
yard upward.
HALL STANDS 30 different
styles)* ranging from t-i.oO to jf.lo
each; regular prices $15*00 to
Ml! ll IAD 1 ll H Bl 8.
A.lvei-!i*?eiii?*nl? nilmlllei'. into these col?
umn-, (ire r. .oiiini.-ml.Ml ? <? Ibe millers of
lill Tllilll Ml li- I Inti -ou*ilil> relliibl*--. mid
I.?.ines- cara be ???? i? mmti srltB the ?d
icrlisir* i? titi liirli'l rsaf <?!??.
Christa Gards.
II,ir 1897 at
5 -JO Nassau St., NX
Crouch & Fitzgerald,
161 Broads a j,
688 Broadway,
723 Sixth Avenue.
Se make the
s: vf: ts i. a ana a; a
-.""I cr
cpr rr, Fuj, Ma.-ina laaaasa
SrcncarCpt Co, 5 WaidsnLa-t.
;... ? . s ? v \ s Punek
in l-.ite, 1 . in ! N'.-?: * .,
st. am< ? *t
..ii i-i, ....
Ste liner H Net t Nesra aa l ): h
111. lld . | . , ? -?
Steamer Hot io il ? M Ken
Ki .,i -i vi Newport X-ara Saar
ns eo
a \;; ?
si.-.. rs Mli - ?
Norfolk and Nea .. > - r N.ti
Hud Rd i-ti-oo I: Si
: i i iltrl i- ? ' ? iir-i i merl Hara -. Val
Ital In
mi: liol i.Mi'Ms OP - - rv.
IN .*
Steamer I* N.ti New- Y -k, SS
rive,! ai ll. 2\
llruwn. Kew-York snivel ai
Mean sr .Yerra i<.?-.. ? -.. ?? ? \ .?
x m (llbrall i: I
"?eal '??-.? Nts fork, arrive*
.11 t III tv 1 ,' , .
Steamet Mannheim ? ketraai hem ii.mtiuri
r..r ?*>'???* tarli paased Prawle Ptaw rebruar) tl
Steamet Malitewan, IWynoi from Rotterdafa Sar x.e
Tork. patted Imnseneaa hVbruarj ix
Bttamer Karamsala ilir), llcCavln 'rm Ham fart
PVbruari :., I r ihe Medlttrraneai i istd Ulbraltar Wt
rii.uv .'-.'
St* mer IViltkommen (Orr) nVharf, ' -\ Ko* Y tri
I '??' - -ny 7. fv.r Pluahlns paaaed React.) itcaU Ker.?
tl i v *.-.'
Kieamer ''ova .liri Un wu. Balled treat Wm Kat*l Ih
Nee \?....k Janu nv 20
Bttamer Thomas U lr) Orelf. sa-lr.l fr..-! t_
lei .. lor N-vt -i o,k r-l.i ll - 13,
fies.i I'.-.-ii!.- .Hu. killis, sailed fnora IT.- int foi
n-? Vork I", i.i....iv Ui.
**'? imei i- Hetteneoart, tai!**,! frort
' tor New York ruary IB
?r-tr.nii.-r Aleela >i ri. I'allai, aalled from Naplaa f.tr New
Y'.i k IVI m ir v l>
? i-v li.tiiro vTi). McCniaa, aalled fr .on Itali for N'?w
\. liv Kelli ; , v Kl
Hteamei s >rw*ciaa ii:o, \ ; ni, Mil 1 trott Qlaago*B
for New \ . v L*.i
- tanti . .. -i. lietataa sailed fre-s Braaaa
f. Nea Yon. i ,-i ?,,., | ft)
Bte nu,-- Kl illo .Hr.. Kin - ' a S v istl- f
Ni vv turk Kenmar) ll
I.,--. Ileum ? fr?m New-*)
Dei ml l v . .-: M i ' V. , i .
? - -
-,t m.. 11 lr), tl :? - \ -,v v .
i' - rmi i Hi I i Natal, ai iv.-d a
i , i. - . .
aaaaer lad las. from N ra fi rk D
eembti _-i . 1st* ip* 1' ?? n 'anita-*) '.'*?
Btsaiasi rt iui (Br), Brows, d in Nee-York Jar.uar
a*. BltlVSi Bl l.iv..? I...-.H Ilk

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