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From All Parts of the World. ENGLAND'S FOREIGN POLICY Passage of the Socialist Bill With the Restricting Clause. CLOSING SCENES AT PARIS. How the Awards Will ba Dis tributed To-Morrow. A FETE AT VERSAILLES. RUSSIA AND THE NIHILISTS. [BT CABLE TO TBS IIERVTT). ] London, Oct. 20, 1878. Sir Stafford Northcote, speaki.ng at Birmingham last night, admitted tiic depression in trade and consequent loss ot elasticity ol tlie revenue. Nev ertheless he did not anticipate the necessity of ask ing oi the country renewed sacrifices. He condemned over anxiety respecting the lulfil ment of the provisions or the Treaty of Berlin. Disturbance of the waters does not cease with the tailing of the wind. An Important mo ment would be next May, tne period of complete Russian evacuation. He was convinced that the Powers wonld not Bufler the Treaty o( Berlin, which coat so much, to be set aside. The English government's policy would be one of firmness, prudence and moderation, and they would wutch over the interests of England's Indian colonial Empire. The government would not have the heart of England with them, il It thonght the interests of England were United to thess small islands (meaning Great Britain and Ireland). One scat prineipio of their potter la the preservation or the Ottoman Empire, ana they intended to introduce material improve ment in Aelatlo Turkey. He then defended the ac quisition of Cyprus, which, he said, was vindicated by tbe government's poller respecting Egypt. Con cerning Afghanistan, the Chancellor reiterated the statements made by Mr. Cross, the Home Secretary, ?l South port, adding that tbe government will not allow ita attention to be distracted from the execu tion of the Berlin Treaty. TBS SOCIALIST BILL PASSBD. The German Reichatag yesterday adopted the whole ol the Socialist bill by a vote of 221 agalnat 149. Both sections of tne conservatives and national lib eralt, with some independent liberals, voted for the bill. Prince Bismarck thon read the messsge closing the Raisbstag. Hs said the government, armed with this measure, would make a determined effort to euro tbe prevalent disease, ir they were not able te sus eeed In two and a half years the government hoped to obtain further concessions. TURKBT AFRAID Or BUSSIA. A deepateh to the Vienna IWiticai Corrttpowlence from Constantinople says the Grand Vizier baa ex proceed to tbe ambassadors tne Porte's alarm at the Bussiaa military measures and proeaedlngs which feeve prevented the Porte from carrying out the much desired disarmament. TUB PARIS AWARDS. Elaborate preparations have been msde at Parla under tbe personal direction of M. Kranis, tne Com missioner Genersl, and k. Georgss Berger, tne Direo tor of the Porelgn Sections, lor tbe distribution of lbs Prench Exhibition prises on Monday next, Octo> her 21, in the Palais de ('Industrie. A seriee of bsnobss, forming a platform at tbe west ex tremity of tbe transept, will be reserved for tbe Senate, tbe Cbsmber of Deputies, tbe Connoll ot Htate, tbe Judges, the foreign Communions snd high oSetals, and. In tbe first plsee, for tbe Msrsbal and Prineea and other guests ol distinction by whom bs Is accompanied. Tnree ssctlons of tbe area are allotted to Prench and lerelgn exhib itors and tboae who reoelve invitation?, in tbe first gallery, which surrounds the whole nave, a few benches srs reserved lor tbe Prees and other bodice, and the rest lor ladles only. On tbe ground loor benches srs aiao rsssrved all ronnd, bat there botn ladies snd gentlemen will be admitted. Places are alio allotted to cboral end Instrumental bands. M. Berger, accompanied by the chiefs et groups and presidents ol elasses, visited the Palais de i'lndustrle yeeterdajr to make tbe llnsl disposition for to-mer row's ceremony. MACMABOS'S ARRIVAL. President MacMabon will arrive st ths Pslsce be ween half-past twslve snd one o'eloek, wbere he will be received by M. Teisserene De Burt, Minister of Commeroe, and be will then proceed directly to tbe plaee designed lor him. As soon aa tbe Marsbsl shall nave entered tbe offlokala ol the Exposition will be organised In groupe, eaeb ol which will be eompoeed ol membere ol the Graad Jury, presidents and sseretsrles of class juries end those of tbe exhibitors to whom grsud diplomas of henor, grand prlsee and gold medals have been awarded. Tne groups will tben take their piacos In ths coridss which le to deOle before President MacMabon as allows:?Utbere ol tbe ssvsral Mlmstriss In grand cosiumo, foreign sol diers In parade uniform, and tben tbs groups, thus:? Works ol srt; education and instruction; furniture and seceetoriee; textile fabrles, clothing end accessor ise; mining luduetriee, raw and manuiaciured prod nets; apparatus and processes used in lbs mechsnical manufactures, alimentary products and agriculture and pisciculture. Each group will be preoeded by lis baaner. After defiling beforo tbe Presiaent the groups will occupy the places rsssrved tor tbein. Tbers will oe a rshssrssi of this psrt ol the eeremonr Ifr fl IJ THB CLORIKO tOBHEB. After the march phi the oaremonlaa will consist M singing, apeachea and tbe delivery 01 150 diploma* ?I booor by tbe President. Tbe entire programme will occupy about two and one-ball bourr. I he ball la baas with red velvet and cloib, bordered with gold fringe. Tbe banabea ara covered wlib red cloib. and around eacb ol tbe coluiutia wulch support the roof are elasiara 01 flaga ol all nations Tweuty-one tliou aand ticketa havo been diaiributed, wbereol the ?eaatore and Deputies took 2,600 and the public fnnationarlta, tbe commiaaiun* 01 ibo Exposition and ?thera for whom place* are reserved, 8,400, leaving 10,000 unraaervad piacee tor distribution to tna public. On tbe 23d Inat. tbe Marabal will give a grand dinner aad (Ota to tbe royal and other diatiagniahad vifltora M Versatile* The Park will be In up by the electric j Igbt, and ihara will bo lilutnmationa ana flraworkaon I tbe aama acale aa tboae id tbe Boia da Boulogne on , ?be SOtb ol Jao? CAULK KOTRa. After a long debate on ibe govern;noot'a policy Iba Break Chamber yeaterday paaeej a voteol confiJtnce by 08 yoa* to 03 oay?. Tbe Qlob* ol this evening ante* that preparailona ara making at Odneaa to try 340 Nihilists. Uaiiod Stairs Minister Noyea yratcrday lorwariled 'root I' iria f*,000 to Secretary Kvarta lor ibe reliel of yallow lavar auirorar* In the Uuued State*. t ho first detaohmen t ol ltoumanlan troopa for the ocoapation of the Dobrua)* left liuebsrest on Tbnra ?*r HrEliDY VENGEANCE. Bavarian, G*? Oot. 10, 1878. Oa Thariday laat, while the wile of Houston De mere, a planter in Bryan count", Orteen miles Irum tbla city, ?a? returning iroiu a visit to a neighbor'*, ? be waa followed by a weil Known negro namril Giles, Who attempted to commit a criminal atsxuit upon her, but w*a pr.Vented by tha nmely ar rival of a gentleman, whan the dead lieu. He waa captured on rriday, and while in cbaraa ol a conatablo lir. Demare shot him and then turreudarad biniaall. The negro diad tbla morning. GLASGOW BASKING. Scotchmen Stupefied by the Stu pendous Steal. RUINED BY RIGHTEOUSNESS. A Sermon of Warning to Those Who Profess Too Much. HOW TH* SILLER WA' GRABBIT. J.BY CABLE TO THE HERALD.] Gl'.sgow, Oct. 19, 1878. This city is absorbed in a melancholy contemplation of the terrible picture of crime and ruin presented in the official re port of the examiners of the broken City of Glasgow Bank. The figures and facts are so overwhelming that even financial minds, familiar with figures and cash books, seem utterly to fail to grasp the situation. A kind of apathetic paralysis appears to have seized upon the citizens. The business exchanges are absolutely stagnant, neither better nor worse. Yesterday's fears of a panic and a run on the banks were fortu nately not realized. Signs of approaching punishment for the directors are visible and eagerly hailed by the whole community. THE OENEBAL EFFECT. A review of the effect on the Scotch trade since the disaster shows the dreadful extent of the damage. The list of the works stopped is not extensive, but includes the iron works of Henderson, Dymook & Co.; the Heatheryknow Colliery and Brick works ; Miller's Spinning Mill, of Dundee ; several pits in Ayrshire ; Hanna, Donald & Wilson, engineers, Paisley (liabilities $70,000), and several building yards. The following is a list of the reductions in wages already intimated as (Voided upon :? Clyde shipbuilders 1% percent Edinburgh masons Id. per hour Dalkeith iron workers 10 percent Miners M. per day Laborers ..... Is. per week Batlheston miners 6d. per week rihott's Iron workers 10 per cent Meiry A Cunningham's tradesmen.. 10 per cent Edinburgh joiners Kd. per hour Furnacemen la per day WHERE SHALL JUSTICE BEGIN? On the question of bringing the directors of the rotten bank to justice the Olasgow Mail says:?"The falsification of the balance sheets render the directors civilly respon sible to the purchasers of the shares, but is this the only responsibility incurred ? In England the question has certainly been tried by the institution of a criminal prose cution, but in Scotland everything depends upon the view which the Lord Advocate may take of the oase." THE SCOTCH TWfST. The important feature in the report is the deliberate falsification of the re turn made to the government of the gold held by the bank against the notes issued. The legal issue was limited to ?72,921 ; but at the suspension of the con cern the note circulation was ?863,403 and the coin amounted to only ?321,753. But the deficiency was made to appear less by illegally including the coin lying at the bank's branches. This scandalous proceed ing exposes the bank to tremendous penal ties under the laws of Great Britain. VALUE or PBOTESSED BXLIOION. The Glasgow Evening Times soys "The statement in the London Times of this morning, as telegraphed to us, that the story is 'one of the most disgraceful in the whole history of banking'cannot be denied, and is, perhaps, all the more disgrneeful because of the fact that the scandal and crime occurred in professedly the most re ligions city in the most religious country in the world." It is doubtful if anything more will ever be heard from this side about "wil<f cat" banking in America. THE OUILTY DIRECTORS ?CRIES FOB JUSTICE? A FORMIDABLE ARRAIONMtNT. [From the Evening Telegram of yesterday. ] SPECIAL CAULK DESPATCH TO TI1K TELEGRAM. Ul.AMOW, Oct 19, 18T8. The Excitement with respect to the Hank o( Glu gow'n financial statement 1a hourly increasing. With reference to the financial atatenieut made yesterday by the accountants employed on that de funct institution, the Mtrald, ol this city, makes the foliowIhi? comments in Its Issue of to-day:? "A more melancholy and complete scene of finan cial wrtck and ruin was never before witnessed. The iietsils divert te the public mr exceed the worst anticipation, ami ono Nn hut stand appalled before the startling revelations 01 ?-uipable mis management. Krlgntlul reckleasopss has been dinpla.vcd, bristling with transactions of the most dubious character. The details of the bank's losses are rend with mingled leeilngs of shame lor the country, compassion for the unhappy share holdera and with burning Indignation against those who have brought this dire calamity on both. The law will oircr no protection for society at large i> an attempt is not made to ascertain the legal responsibilities ol the men who have proved thus falae to their trust, and guided the bank to Its doom We deeply regret we have not one word oi comlort to give to the nnhappy share holders who, doubtless, ere long, will havo their all swept away In making up the loss, which aggregates 14.190,??. to which has to be added the capital ol ?1,000.000.'' WHAT TilK (il.ASfiOW KKWS SAYS. The .V*?c? says:?"The result or the failure makea tne shareholders liable lor a call on their shares ot upward of five nundred percent.. This astounding figure dwarfs the pcsaimiatic estimates of the dcUcit. The revelation* of Mtouadln* frauds la the manner of carrying on the business oi llie del unci institution promise to go beyond anything that tias yet been imagined This is as serted by those who are best informed. They al lege that when the real facts are laid bare they will tnrow into the shade the most malicious rumors concerning the malfeasance of the direct ors. No single form of fraudulent concealment has been resorted to, lor the single reason that every conceivable method oi deception and deceit has been practised. These frauus have been carried on with a reckies* audacity that mocks the con jectures oi the most cynical criticism. SOIITT OK KVKRY SIN. "There la no sin against sound banking, honest bookkeeping, common good faith, which the men who have managed tne defunct bank have not been guilty ol?uot once or twice, to conceal an occasional slip or to tide over an exceptional diffi culty, but careiuily, deliberately and with a set purpose. Month alter montn ana year after year they nave done this to gratify tbeir own seitish ends, thus serving to increase the enormtty of their offence, it is almost impossible to Imagine the sad results of the wide-reaching mischief ac complished by these guilty men. They have lied to the government in the matter of their financial standing, they have defied the law and they have delrauded the public. They are the means ol bringing ruin to hundreds of helpless meu and women, whose sole crime was that they did not know that the directors oi the bauk were knaves of the blackest dye. RKCKLKS8 RASCALITY. "The directors have encompassed these crimes to be able to carry on speculationa lor their own profit or the enrichment 01 their friends. They will have ere long to answer lor the accumulation of misdeed upon misdeed?so reckless and suicidal indeed, that but for the unmistakable evidences of deliberate fraud one would be tempted to put the whole thing down to hopeless dementia. No ques tion exists but that tno directors have done wrong. They cannot plead that they have acted in a haphazard or unknowing lashion. The plea of of having conducted the atfairs of the bank with recklessness will not avail theui aught. The incon trovertible facts are to be found in the records that they have been impelled solely by selfish objects. Their misdoings are almost ail, without exceptiou, of the most deliberate kind. The puolic can now note ouce more how a handlul ot unprincipled men can with facility destroy a profitable business, dis sipate enormous wealth and shake the whole commercial system to its base and involve thou sands ol innocent peopie in misery and ruin. A SHAMEFUL SHOWING OF FALSEHOOD AND DISHONOR?IS THE BANS OF 1 NOLAND SOLID ? [BI CABLE TO THE HERALD.] Lou do.*, Oct. 19, 1878. The Tunes, In Its financial article, oommcntinK on the official report of tue investigators into tbe aflalrs of the City of Ulasgow Bank, lays:?. Tho shareholders will now bare soma light thrown upon the condition ot the bank's alfuirs. and a moat sombre light It is. The bank has lost, on J,n?Jer*l#.? "n<1 Probably favorable estimate ?8,200,000 ($31,000,000). 'that Is a most disastrous statement lor the unhappy shareholders, ana wo need hardly say that a loss of such magnitude could never have fallen on them but for the reckless mismanagement to begin with and de liberate and long coniluued fraud practised to bide that mismanagement. The story sot forth in tho re port Is one of the most disgraceful in the history ol banking. Accounts havo been dellberitelv ialsiUed, securities entered at Uctltlous value' bad debts taken as good and the very gold whlcfk ought to have beeu hold against the note isi-ue deliberately squandered to the extent ol over ?300,000. The government hat been deceived bv (also return*, the shareholders by crooked balance sheets and everything done in short that perverse in genuity cociu think ot to oonceal tbe oorrupt condi tion of ttie bauk until It became a national calamil v The revelations ol the Investigators must startle the mercantile community almost as much as tlie news ol tbe failure and ought to be tho signal lor many much needed banking reforms. Here is a bauk Droiessedly ocr.up ed witn the coui meroe ol Scotland, u bank notable among the Scotch banks lor Us pushing endeavors to establlsn brandies all over tbe northern hall ol the kiugdom, throwing ???F mtlliona lo ,uPPort hopelessly rotten tlrms In tbe East India trsue, Investing in doubtlul or alto gether speculative securities such m Erin snsres and other American railway stocka, bu> lug land in Aus tralia and Now Zealand aud generally behaving like an insane yam bier. TOO Fit KB WITH OTHKR rCOPLK'S MONK*. The mauxgera have lent raiber ireeiy on a bad se curity, or have pufled up some possiuly snrewd and nen but over-eager speculator lo tne loss ol the con oern. Then their cour.ige failed them. Thev dsre not tell lite truth. It wan easier to hide the losses in ambiguous balaooe sneets, and tbe ilrst losses were thus hid. Then worse came. It was necessary . to go from one criminal act to another lu order to keep the ever Increasing losses out ol aigbt until at last tbe criminality reached the poiut of paying a splendid dl7idend and Issuing a bat auce sheet showing a large surplus at tho very time i when tue funds ol the bauk wore eo utterly exhausted that tne managers bad to abstract the gold held against its notes In order to koep the ooncern above water for a lew more days. No comments can adJ to tho forco ol facts like these. We cun only.repeat that il sucb nflonoes against ihe inno oeut puolic and Buffering shareholders are allowed lo go unpunished mere Is an end to coulldeuce lu Sootcb banking. A shock will, indeed, be given to the credit of all banks sucn as must provo most in jurious to the mercantile credit ol England, and pun isnment aloue will not suffloe. There tnuat be re. form as well. " 'ow'a thk bask r" Tbe Daily Telegraph, In its Unanclal article this morning, referring to me rumor spread yesterday of 1 from tbe Bank ol France to tho Dank ot Eng land, ssys:?'The stories about the Bsnk ol Englsnd snd the B ink ol France are palpable Inventions. If one institution required bullion from the other no speoial arrangement was needed to (fleet a purchase." The article alao ssys'"Some m isobievous rumors of failures were alao aet afloat, but tneir absurdity was so glsring that tboy did no harm, and were discred ited as soon as uttered." BANK AFFAIRS I* LO.XOO.V, Tho JSconoMul says:? Two snd throe months' bsnk bills srs quoted at 6*? a 6; three months' trade bills, 6 ?<; and Iwsnsat 5 ao percent. At tbe Mioek Kxcbauge pricea ooutmued droonlug until tue completion ot tbe settlement on Wednesday, wbicn caused the fsilure ol some unim portant speculators In borne rallwaya and Erio shares. On 1'bursdar a good efleci was prodccod by the llsnk of England not rslsmg Its rste ol discount. The market since nas been comparatively Arm, especially tor for eigns, wbleb sre being taken lor tne Continent. Uaak and discount sbarss and gas socuritios contiaued de pressed. The silver msrket is dull snd unsettled. Indian exchanges are lower, ooly about half the amount of Conuell bills offered weru awarded, not withstanding ihe much lower ratei The failures ol pilvate OrrassincM me isilure of the City ol Glasgow Bauk amount to ?6,762,000. FLOTSAM AXD J ST8AM. Tbe Liverpool I'oit, In its second edition to-aay, an nounces ths failure of James Sawors k Ca, West Const trading, nnd having bonnes in Valparaiso, Lima and Arequipa. Tbe fall a re was caused chiefly by a fall In copper. Tbeir nabilltlea are not slated. It la estimated that tbe burden of the City of Olss gow Bisk's deficit will tall chiefly en about two hun dredel the wealthy shareholders. Many failures In Glasgow and throughout the country srs antlcipatsd as u consequence. Tbe National Bank ol Belgium has raisod Its dis count rsts Irom :i v to in per cant. MIBCIXO LAKH MAHKBTH. In Mincing Inns the tone of the markets waa dull and supplies were limited. Coflee was lower; most of the foreign on offer was withdrawn. Ths Nether Isnds Trading Company, on tbe 23d Inst., will sell 99,000 bsga good ordinary Java is valued at tbe September price to rather und?r. Cocoa bis sgaln risen, being now remarkably high. At ths public aaies of tea common lo medium now seasos's Congou sold T>eiow any quotations hitherto given this year During tbe last two dnya there has been somewhat more inquiry from ths trtde snd exporters. In tbe sugar msrket ths feature has been sn Improvement upon crystallised Demrrar* ot about ? shilling per hundred weight; refining West Indies was llrm; low brown aorta were quiet. Beet sugsr wss rsthor coeaper. Kioe was duil; one floating cargo was roported at a dot-line on last week's prices. Saltpetre was easier. Spicss wsrs Inactive. PARIS NOT AFRAID OF ANY FINANCIAL CRASH. iBT CABLE TO THE HFR.tLD.] Tari*, Oot. 19, 1878. Prices at tho Bourse continue firm. Transactions aro active. The German markets maintain their rates and tho ten dency generally is upward, although there is no marked feature. Rente fives closed at 113f. 20c., threes at 75f. C0o.t Italians at 73t 46o, ITALIAN OPERA IN LONDON. OPENING or THE SEASON AT HEB UHMBTt'B? "FIDELIO" AMD "CABMEK." 1ST CABLE TO THE HKBALD.] London, Oct. 19, 1878. Mr. Maplesou's winter season of Italian opera at Hor Majesty's Theatre, Haymarket, opened to-night under the management of Mr. Mapleson's son-in-law, Captain Armit. The performance was excellent. The opera was Beethoven's "Fidelio." Mme. Pappenheim Bang as Fidelio, and the Amerioan tenor, Candidus, as Florestan. Candidas was in fine voice, and Pappenheim was no less excellent. On Wednesday evening next the first perform ance of "Carmen" will occur, with Trebelli in the title part, and there is much interest felt in a comparison with Minnie Hauk's singing and acting. Although the London house is denuded of its best singers to en tertain the people of New York, a successful and even brilliant season is anticipated. THE NEW DOMINION GOVERNMENT. HON. Mil. MASSON CONSENTS TO JOIN SIB JOHN MACDON vLD AND IS SWOBS IN. [l.T TELBQBAPH 10 THK libitALD. ] (Jckhkc, OflU 19, 1878. Hod. Mr. Masson, loador ?t a large roction ui tbe Lower Canadian French conservative parly, lor whose assistance Sir Jobn A. Macdouald Uas'oeen wailing to complete bis Cabinet, arrived hero at throe o'clock this afternoon by ?pedal train from New York, where be ar rived yesterday by tbe French ateamer St. Laurent. He wai closeted witb Sir Jobn till four o'clock, when botb attended In tbe local Parliament House ibe swearing in by lour Judges, beaded by Cluel Justice MereuuU, ol tbo new administrator of tbe Canadian government during tbe interregnum. General Sir 1'uirick Macdougail, K. C. M. O. Im mediately alterward Hou. Hector Lanitevin was sworn hi aa a inemoer 01 me New Dominion government, as Postmaster General, aud Hou. Mr. Ma?son, aa Minister ol Mllilta, the oalbs be tug aumtiitsiered privately by Mr. Himswortn, Clerk ol l'rlvy Council. Messrs. Mackenzie, Howell, Pope, ol Prmoo Howard Island, anu senator Aiken were present, but were not sworn m. Tbvy are cer tain to lorm a | ortiou ot tbe government. However. Sir Jobn and tbose ol bis Ministers aud prospective Ministers wbo are in town be:d u Cabiuet uieeuu* to-ni>;hl, and men all ielt at nine P. M. lor Montreal by train. Tbe remainder 01 tbe Cabinet wilt be sworn In in tbat ouy on Monday. crnciAL list or ministibs. Ottawa, Oct. 19,18T#. To-day's official gazette aunouuoos tbe following appointments:? Sir John A. Macdonaid, Minister of the Interior. 9. L. Til ley, Minister ol Finance. Charles 1 upper. Minister ol Public Work*. J. H. Pope, Miul?ier ol Agriculture. Jobu O'Couuor, President ei Council. James MoDouaid, Member or tbe Privy Counoll and Minister el Justice. LORD DUFFliRIN'S DEPARTURE. ENTHUSIASTIC FAREWELLS OF FOREMOST CAN ADIANS TO THfclB OOVEUNOH OKNEB.lL? HE EM B AUKS IN A 8TOBM WITH POPULtB BENEDICTIONS. [B* TELEGRAPH TO THE HEUALD. ] Qcbbkc, Oct. 10, 1878. Canada na* Jnit lost the must popular or bar Gov ernor Generals. Lord UuO'tril U sailing out ol tlila port on board tbe Allan mail stesmor Polynesian. Ills Excellency drevo down to tn? Quoeu's whurl at hall-post uioa o'clock ibis morn lug, esoortad Irom the citadal by A and B troops o( tba Koyal Canadian Hus sars as a guard ot honor. Tbe most severe storm or tba saaaon ragad this morning; rain loll la torrents and tha wind Imbed tba river into learning waves; nevertheless thousands ol olt sons lined tbe streets, bunting was liberal!/ displayed and a distinguished assemblage was on tne wbart to ssy "Farewell." TBS FARTIMU OTATIOX. Tbecuardef honor on tbe wb*rr was eomposed of B battery aud toe Eighth Royal Voluuteer Kifles, with tne city aud river police. A brilliant sibfi of olDcers and the Mayor und City Corporation received the Governor General and conducted him la a pavilion wtiere wore assumuled General Sir Patrick MacOoagail, commander ol tue lorces, who win ud wntsier tne Canadian govsrutueut until tbe arrival ol tne Marquis ol Lorue; I.ady MacDoujtsil, sir JohuA. XlacOo?ald, aud tbe lolluwing Douitniou Ministers:? Mooorables Messrs. Luuogeviu aud Pope, ?f Prince Edward's ielaud; Scuaiors Aikeus, Mackenzie aud Bowell ?Ld I'retuier Joly, of lbs Province o! Quebec, and Uouorablaa limn. Cnauveau, Kos? and Lan?lter; Ilia Grace ibe Arcbbimiop Dealt otauley, Senator MscFli.rson and others. MLMCIfAL KAHKWKLL AUURKNH. Tbe Mayor m u>uiu ei tue cuuens presented a farewell adureaa i?> Lord Uullerln, tuaoKIng bim par ticularly lor llie tuieresi luanileaieJ by linn in city adairs, Its einbeilisiiuieal aud educauoual Institu tions. Mis Excellency promised to send bis reply to the Mayor. Having cbauud a lew minntoa wuu D<au Stanley, Sir Juno A. M.cDonald, ueneral MacUoug il aad suakou hand* with number* of those presei.1 iut Ooreraor General einoarked Ou a Steam laumb amid Indescribable epplauae aud was uouveyed on board tL M. ?. Strius. EMBARKATION. Considering tba leariui gale it was deemed advisable for Lord Ouderin net to buve to transbip down tuu river, a* originally intended; and, a.tcr staring ball an hour an tbe lrigate, ne was couvayed on beurd tue su-umsbip I'olyneaian, amid?tbe booming ol cannou Irosa tbe oluuel and irigaiea. All ibis nuia tbe rain leu naarily, yet thousands ol euiUuslustiS citizens lined ibe rauiparta oi tbe terrace, the Goverucr's nar deu and all poiuts overlooking tne river, iu lb* cold aad wot. Her Majeatv 'a steamers Argus and Sinus weigbed anchor at ball-past eleven A. M., and pro ceeded, with tee Polynesian, down tba riTur. "BOS VOTAUSl" The St. Lawrcoce, Maid ol Orleans and other pas senger steamers,'loaded witu passengers and carry iub bands ol music, deaplia tbe le*riul weaiuer aud heavy seas, lollowed the mail steamer, to escort His Exceiioncy tweuir uines down tne rivar, where they bid him a hearty farewell. PilfcSlDENi' HAYES ON A VISIT. [BY TELEGRAPH TO THE HERMJ).] Baltimore, Oct. 10, 187$. President Hayes arrive* uere this alternoan, at three o'clocs, a* the guest el Samuel M. Shoemaker, resident Menagrr ol Adams Express Company. He was received at tba depot by Mr. Sboe. maker and tbe party drove at once to tbe letter's couotry seat In bAitlmore county. Mr. Hayea will attend service et the Mount Vernou Methodist Kpisovpai Church to-morrrow. ilia visit here is ol a purely social charaoter. Tne President declined to be interviewed at tne depot. Ibe Presi dent will remain at Mr. Shoemaker's until Mouday aad return direct to Washington. CELESTIAL MOVEMENTS. [BY TELBGBAPH TO TBE HEBALD. ] Ouaka, Neb., Oct. 10, 1878. Colonel T. A. Dee, attorney in dan Francisco for tba Chinese Six Companies, went E ist to-night, en route to Washington, accompanying Cban Chu Taog, Hie Imperial Chinese Majesty's Consul Ueneral to San Francisco This gentleman, one ol ibn most Impor tant members ol tbe Cnionae Embassy, but wbo re mained m sen Franclsce, is well euuoated, very in telligent, bes an expresaivo countenance and talks English well, lie has oeen aunitn?h*d East to consult wllu the Embassy ou treaties ou international at* I mm, the establishment ol addlllenal Consulates, ft o. He is seoompaoled by a suite ol ?everat persons travelling la private apartment In a I'ulimaa palace car. HE VENUE TAX UN CIGARS. IIaltimohr, Md., Oct. 10, 1978. In Iho United Slates Circuit Court this morning Judge Bond llled his decision in what is known as the "Cigar Partition Case," dismissing tbe bill ol a ??umber ol retail tobacco and cigar msnutacturers and dealers praying lor a permanent Injunction to enjoin luternal revenue officer! irom exrouiing tbe orner ol the Commissioner Ol liitornal Iteveiiiie ( tlr. Ilaum, requiring separate rooms lor tne manufacture andasla Ol cigirs at retail. In a case tried In the United Slates district Court Judge Giles bad decidoii that tue order ol Commis sioner Ileum was not warrantod by ins law, aud directed llie acquittal ot a denier siiarifd with Violat ing tne law as construed by tbe order ol the Commis sioner. Ibe decision ot Judge Bond, ol tba Circuit Court, virtually raversea that af J adge Ullea ?a t>a otetriot Coart* HOTEL ARKIVALS. J. A. Brldgiand, United states Consul at Harra, la ?I tba Kiltb Avenue. Ex-Senator 3. F. Biee, ot Arkausaa, la at tba St. Datiia. JostS (lo Soto, of the Spanish Legation at Washington, in at tho Wetlimu ater. J. C. Clark*, vice president ot the Illinois Cen tral Railroad Company, and Naliuin Cunen, of Boston, i ara ot tba St. Nicholas. (iencrul U. W. We.sella, | United States Army, and Paymaster Green Clay Good i loe, ol tba United Slate* Marina Corpa, are at tba Sturterant. T1IERE IN* NO RIND OK MEANNESS MORE CON temptlbie than thai which aeekn i? linil i np iii t ie repnta linn ol a atannard article >t demand lor an interior inilta. Hon I Ilia la what th ? imitator* of Ulknn'I mjlpiuk .-oaf are doing The nubile raa; rtn aaMire.1 th it tho eoana Alleged to equal <? lkx.n'r d.i nut poistu ita pitriljrioir. clari fying and anti-rheumatic propi'rtiea. Sold i.y druKKlate grocers and Inter (im<I< d?aiera c. N. CRIT1 K>T< iN. Proprietor, 7 Bib av. WHENCE COMES SOZODONTI Cnlled Irorn nature'* garden plot. Where painted h ri>* one i hillock dot A thunonnd t?n?v handa ea?ay To gather lratrat.ee aajr by Oar. And thene diatiiled with care are won * T" in a k o the lainoaa >ogoix>NT. The -NODOxr that aweetena breatltj Prrfumea and beaotlltoa tba treta. It atava decay. Fiml irnma It heals, lta lu-iant cur * the tartar feela. Vor POXODOHT lt? m ? irtc w av ?? And llle to myriad aulTerera ?I * e t. HOZODONT! S< iZODON i ! I To preaarve the teeth ard keen them pure and white, ti? prevent th"lr decay. tln-re la no preparation In tb* market equal t? ColtoniiMT: topreaerve thai In a nattiralir hard and Healthy condition there la no auperlor to <0*0. po.nt: I" purify and iweeten the breath there l? no rival to Sozopont Cot.?"qneiilly it la no wonder th.it the p iptilar Ity "I >o?OIM>ll* at a dentifrice liaa uo bound* - that it la in uae among all cleanly and aenaible people the wide world over. A.?NO MONEY REQUTrkD i tSE KKNNE'a P > IN-KI LM NO MAtilt' OtV "tl Work! like a t'harm." If you hava got Rueiimati?m, RENNE'S MAOIC OIL. If yon nave got Neuralgia. CUE RENNE'S MAOIO OIL. If yon have got Colie or Crninp*. USE IthN V K'S MAOIO OIL. If you have cot anr kind ol A. lie or I'aln, U?E HBXNK'tf PaIN KILLING MAOIO OIL. A BAMPLK BOTTLE, SUFFICIENT FOR A FAIK TRIAL, WILL HE OIVKN. Kit' E OF CIIAKOE, UT CAI.L1XO OS TUB I'ltOI'ltl E PORs. Hold by all dealera in tn>-dli Inea. L W. WAIINER A CO., Proprletora. HO Marray ?t.. Sew York. A? FLOKILtN'K. for tho teeth and lyeatb, i> me lie*t liquid dentifrice In the world. It tharoaghlr rleanoea nnrtlailr decayed 1 e?th trora all partfltea or llvin* "animalttulre,'* leaving them pearly white, Imparting a d.-iluht InI fragrance to tba breath Tne 'ltAUK*l?T KloriliKK remove* iaaiatitlv all ?xtxra arlaloic from a toul atoumeli or totiaccn smoke. ltelnic nartlv composed ol honey, soda ami the extract* ol aweet harlil and planta, il le perfectly narmleaa and lie Iciout a? aheirr. Prepared by HBNKT C. OaLLI'P, No. 4H3 Oxford at., London. Englaad, and retalleil everyarhere. a,-r. krutina haa now ou exhibition the mod elegant and eholcaat article* of FUKNITl'ltlt, ot the laiatt dealgna, (Jneen Anne, Jacobean and Japaneea, which ha offeri at the lon eat manulat turara' prloea. K. K It U TIN A. Wararomna aa i Manulaetory, i*l anil !IH Kaat llouiton at. Station of tba New Yi.rt l-.lev ?tei Hailroad faaat aide) at th" entrance. A.? VALLAlTBt'l* TURKISH t'luAItETfEs, Pure Imported Tnrklah tobacco, I.If?l Broadway. liown town dep"t. DITMAN'n l?rn< (tore, Aator Molina. A.?A?HATS rOR OKNTLKME.f; LOWEST pricca. P. fcR.NBX WKIN, !?!?*< ,aa?aau at.. near Sprnoe. A riNK SILlt HA"f~ ?1 wTWoTTTM $6 (A $4 Dm Uy. t*>). 18 New t:hnrch >1 . up ataira. A8T0R HOUSE SHOE BIORK ?SlKRX, AMERI 0?R WALXI.yu Snoki. all atylea: flneat hand a'wed OalTBM. <41 Dltxaa nitoxt, #3; !Si.irraK.a, *1 r>< 1. nTEKN, 2 (tareI iy at. _____ A ?Sfil.ZKR BRUNNKN NAIURAI. SPARKLING MiMKItai. Warn a. A STEP IIAN1 A CO.. 4(> .New at., aole imtiertara. A.?FALL KASHiON OK $ 1 LK M UN'S DRESS AND biialnaaa liatareatty at Portn.tit P nick a. BUitKl'.. 214 Broadway. ??A liOVfc OP A B(IN N KI,'' ELEGANTLY trimmed. I ir 94 1*1. at It AN l>A I.I.'.1. jT.< nth a v. "ROLlIMukr."?irli ricITJSF fui.i,, with ele ant hauqiiet and perfect delleaoi of flavor, and haa lha esact degree of "dryneaa" la plaaaa lha moat laatldleua BALSAM OF HONEY AND TO LIT CURES A3TH ma, Hr nciuti*, fiiHuansa, Wiiiooini; t'ougli and it oar s^ nuM HARTNETI'S Pharmacy, Bible House CATAKKB \ CATARRH CIGARETTES.?EVERT patron ui tn***e invaluat>les p >rcha*es a speedy euro tors sneezing and snivailiug cold, 2'?c. per oox. Depot, 15 fetal 14th it. Campbell," apoT"hk?TTkv;~c6rnER 8ni A7. and 2*tn st Strietlv pur Mkdicixrs at reu-ed pricfa, DYElNi; a NO ? LEA XING AT i HK NEW TOES Dyking and Pkistix. Khtami.ukmkmt Si uen UIhuU. Offices. 5?s i>u toe ?t.. 752 Bro*dwi?y, 010 ttiu ?v., Nan York, Itfti I'lerrepont st.. Br ??klvn i\st tidis >ed tk> ye?rs V. BOO&8 BRO" (ESTABLISHED Mil), IX* porters it i.l tnanuf icturer. of Kim* M as. -M'.? ttroadwaj and'JO Mrcer?t between liow;ml .tad umuJ sts., hava beeu awaroed the GOLD MED\L at the Pari* Fxhihltl^n above xll competitors . also hizb est award at the Centennial Exhibition. Pntl idolphla e>K.iL?Ki* mCQUts and t'vu i.ikkd <>akmknts a specialty. 0R ADUATEDUHE->T AND LUNG "PROTECTORS are well proveu preventives of lung, ni ilarlal fever and bilious h ft'o -tioii-. Sold everywhere ; by mail, > 1 ?*?(> ISAAC A. SINGER. sole m inufactnrer, 704 Broadway. HYATT'S LIFE BALSAM MUsTfIHST HE TKlKf 1)afore you giv ? ui? being cured ??l rheumatism. geut. scro tula. Ac. It has bi< n prov.n a great, good reiueuy. Depot 24(i (irand st. !* old bv druggists eve-vwhere. LADIES* raaiil follv developed ?GKA1 hair re?t red to im original color ; bat inaction guaranteed Mr* K KTCII I'M. J1J tlth av . near 1 lih. OUT OF O. TWIiCHELL'a lOOl H POWDER BOI Tooth Powdkr can ue use i conveul ntly. Large siit handiest. Sold, lil 1 o?l or empty, by uruggista. PHILADELPHIA, OCTOBER 7, 1873~, B. f'OI.I.AK. Esq. Dkar >ih ? Have you an agent who sell* your "Marquis91 All* l OBACCO Oigakkttks in this city ? If so inform me. I smoked ttieiu lor ?om? time and liked them very much. Now i cannot find them, dealer* offering something inferior, i think at a sma'ler cost to themselves tnan tit* ??Marium." By sending the above asked information yof will UiU ii oblige, yours, <fc ?., I. 11. PARKS, 1,214 North 8th at. The "Marquis" All-Tobacco Cic.akkttk* are made of the beat selected tobaccos, e?ch package m ir-u-d with th< manufacturer's nanio, B POLLaK, Now Vork. Ask tof the "Marquis" and t>ike no other. PURE CANDIES MADE AND RETAILED AT 25C. a p iiin l. lt'J2;i and 1,225 Broadway. pakkkr a conkli.no. EUPTUEB CURED?DE M vnsir.s ikkatment. tb? ??nly reliable cure. lO years experience. only otUoe 2 Vese.v st. (An tor House), opposite Si. Paul's Churoh. io paint the lily oe gild refined gold has always been considered a useless task; but to plats crystal wit a a solution of diamonds which should give It tbe hardness and permanent brilliancy of the genuine diamond was a task which none but an enthusiast would have undertaken. Such an enthusiast and a suceesslul one, was the French che utst who discovered the art of matting Parisian i\mom>s equal in all outward ?ppeer ance to '.rename gems, and only interior to them in iiitrin' nlc value. They are lor s ?le only at R. HUMPHREYS' jewelry establ&rhinent, HID Broadway. corner 12th St., .New York. Price list sent Iree 1 hav ? no agents. TO REMOVE rARl7^R KR()M I'HE TEETH, USB Brown's Camimiohatko Saponackous Ukrtifricr. ?oo. UN PRECEDES I'ED >UCCESS Tiikkmali.sk n. vei known to fall. Cures chills and fever. 2oc. KlliUPL. Board and residence.?so harlev sr.. cav. judish square. London, the tno?t central and fash ion note locality; house very haD?>someiy furnished, and everything In the est stylo. TToSdkS u aih.?rob a tib's aukkuli ^k feu* \JTdu? e>. by two or three applications, the beautiful golden coior so m .cn admired, u is perfectly harmless; lo bo nail of ail apothecaries and fancy goods dealers. Solo agent*, K. HOVENDnN A ^U.N. l.ondon, England. N OTaBLK TUAOKSMliN IN I'AIUS. AU ORAM) HOTEL? PA HIS. PLACE DB L'OPERA. I'm ticiiUriy racnmmonila>l. Ht'riruoin* irom ?"> Irinics it d?r P.nnlou -<) lr:inc* k di\j, inc ti<lln< lod?ln<. bo?r.l .at wine, 'i'liero ure tlir.o uov lilts. IIOTE1, .\ltKAHKAU-8 ItL'E l)K L V PAlX. OASV NOVAS, PKOPitlKTOil. Kirst cl??? ?UnblUhmsafc In hitfii ri'uuiti Hiuon^ AnisrlcHii iKiuilian. ALPIl, lilKUUX -4:t HOi;LfeV.\KI> Ui.-S CAPaCINSS. UronxeH. I' hiir?' Article^ ot Virtu. Toy*. .Utirocco. AU Pe.nr ^r. IMO?a8 I)ItY UtiOUS, NuVr.LriES, i o.tutnn. Silks. Ilnx >iu line. 27 to :i">. AU P Ufc. I? KLK VlVIENNH. PLAIN AND rANC* Silks, colurail ntiiSlilit. k V -ivntu, Noroltio*. AMKKH v.N I VII.O.t JOHN KIIKEND VLL an CU?u??eo U' Anlin. Htiri Ho.ton. United St*te?. APaH I'M l-.XTS, IIOl'SKS. K>I'ATKS. AOrtNT XOIC WellK-PrtrKo*. Kzpro^s. Sidney I Spark. 7 Rm ScrllHw HKUs II KS, ATAriiiAKKY. FANCY GOO US. JONKS, 23 UotileVHrd d ?? t:?[>iicitie4 CARKlAOf. BUILDERS. MILLION. OUIET Jt OO., <K> Ar.'tiu# Mont>m;ne. WI.NKs (. I.shT t.KO.VriO-OLAIlKr, BOUROOOXB, S, t'liHmp.i :ti?, Mierrl<*H, Ur.in lloi. Carllltor, 18 Ro? t/ do l? i'mIx "CONKKCTIO.N (WHOLESALK) KOlt LADIES. Kobe., CoKtutuda, ll?ut.< Nouva.uta. It. Jourdifch .It i}. Vulir*. V) I'l iCrt d. Ia Unitr?8. FURNITUKE. TAPESTRY. UEOORATIOSS. KLEURIOT, Ijv iippnliitma?? t to t ie Kliedive. A Uu? Lnpvi.linr. OOLU LoCkEIS <>K Al.li K1NUS (special MAXU FACTORY) U Nlcot. -H line ?iix Our*. JhWl.LLKKS. NVA'I'CII MA KKICS. <>oLAY LEltlisCUS A SUNS. 2 i tin do lit I'.ti*; .No at douot. INDIA sHAtVLS AND LACES. Pitri*, H*i l(u? i.lcltuliuu. POMP MSNIK Ul.S IN1I ..S Bruwlt. I ltn? d* I. liasiaMb LEON SPoiti K.lt HUE DU 4 SKI'TKMUKK. KohuM, t'oiituctioim. t:iiit|>eitu\ Aisoitis. PEKFUMEitY (Hi.sT CLASS). OUERLAIN. P.ria lo Ku? Ja u Pais. RESTAURANT OK AND V ECO OH, I'allis Royal. S2. TAPESTRY. I AitPETS. TISSUES FOR FL'RNITURR. J ti iK'uti, -'I i. lie do tilery. VOINW LADiES' SCHOOL M1*8 HULEAU. (Oardeo.) formi-rly m t'lmleiiu'irliiiil, now I Kuti d'Auteuil. YOlTNii LADIES' SCI I OH I, Mine. Dliere lierictjuoUeai, 10 Hue D unoum. Arc de I'rtomphe Priius ilooiaa. YOU.NH l.AI'i I' >' SCHOOL (SUPERIOR). MM,ll. nUPUtS, ."ij Avnniie d'iena. iOTKL MKURICE, KUrt HIVOLI, OPPOSITE TUB 1 uileries liniilnni). I lrsi clue* Family Hotel. Lift. hCllKUKICII. Proprietor. JEWhLllY. HIJOUTKKlK, OIMEUTS Of ART. L. ROUVKNAT, 02 Kna IImiteville. At' 1'HINT MI'S. UKANltS MaUASiNS DK NOUYBAt*. Ti.S. I.a>' (in llsvre. Boulevard llitiisottaiiu.iiear new Opera, tll.lo T1..K. IHWELLEit Boulevard Moatmartrc. 21. ntrtc'-ly nxail pricev A L'AUTilUCIlii FEATHERS AND FLOWERS. O. >1?? hiivhI A Co.. .drt Hue St. Penis. orders bv pott. KAU DKS PEES, PHOURESSIVE IlAlR, BEARD DYE. Me ?nii in .>?ral) Felix. 43 Riia iilchei. JLWm.hY, HlJOl'TUKI . tioLDsMtril WORKS, a KnV'vUt, 13 llun Jo lit faIX. LK ROY .? MuS, Oti.OUK US DK LA MARINE. 13 aud 1 ?*' O-ilerie M<- tiienslrr. I'alais ft?vi*l. SUlKT>, GLoYES. HltSECHES, RACING COLORS. Hist, II HnuJovard de* I'npacines. MILLINERY (FIKaTCLASS) IUBTIIE MOST STYLISH Psritlnn ladle*. Caroline Hehoux, 23 Uue de la Pux. LINGERIE DK ilAUIV. hLhUAN'i'K, DKESSES, COS TUMES. Mullxr Ullheri 3 i\ue de la I'alx MMElt DE Vr.KlU> SiEI'Rs. PATENT OBINTURE Ue^onte anil Cornet Cuirsss 12 Ru? Auhor. Brit Boor. LADlf.5' bout's AND BHoEB. I KitKY. 11 HUH Scribe. Unequalled lor *tylisli laile*. ARTIFICIAL FLOWr.KS. FKAIIIiuS FOR DRESS88, lie.h1 Drinnei. first cla?s. Hiihlar Prere A Sueur*, 104 Una Richelieu LAlr VI Kls EMULSION FMtPUMED. OIVINtt Beauty to complexion. L. T. Plver, 10 lloulevard da Strasbourg. EAU DK.N IIFRICE PHILIPPE AND ODONTIIALINK iDeutai paste). -4 Rue d'Klwbein. It EST A U KAN T VEFOUR INK, DUCHESNE SL'COR., Palms Kojal, Calerle V ilois, 1 <?T. 108, i(D?. DiNKK NATIONAL CAIELAIN, 173 l'ALAlS ROYAL. Dejeuner, 3 Iranc*; Diner, ft trmics, Tin co oprls. SPECIALTY Of WEDD1NO ORNAMKNfS. FROM 4K> to m.iiihi Irancs. Ull. I. AliOU KlAN, Jeweller. 119 Hue Turrnna. PRF.Cint'S 8rONES, OPALS SPECIALTY. DCBN'IK (Hungary). L. A. ilnldschnii.it. It Hue La Patellar. DIAMOND*. PEARI.S. PKh.ClOUS SIO.NI4.S. Kuiilt V'anderlieym, hspert ol Tribunal!, 41 Rue Tatthont. 0"YSTEU8-OY-T KS.-IO KXI'ORl'fcltS OP OYS TERS TO RKtlLAND. Messrs. II. SAt'NION A < O.. of III MARE LANK. LONDON, pronrietiirs of the gl KEMiOUO OY - TEH PISIIEltlKN. lii tlie Duelir of KENT, K.xOLaND will ba kUI ?? receive CONsI0> MERTM ?f AMERICAN uY.sTEKS, Whicli they will sell at Ibelr I'MVKUSAli OYST&R ItKPOT, HI LLilNUSli ATE, at lb* highest praa ticable prices. A VE tv lil-U A ' IPX*. NEW NoVEt. BY Mi:S UoLahA. DAISY THORNTON, a splendid new aovel br Mr* Mary J halmes. wlwi.e bonks ?eil ?o enmnouilr and ?re rea? and reiea I with such Interest. Cloito, bound beaatilaUr. price (1 SO. %? Aluo hauilsome new adHloneof Mr*. Ilolmea'other works "tempest nd Sunshine." "Lena Hleer*." "Edtth Ltle." "Euna iiiowuini," "Marian Urejr," "West Lawu," ?to.. Ac. O W. CARI.ETON A CO.. PabUaher*. NOT 11 Elt 6PLEN III D N k VN NOVEL. DAlsY THORNTON. The sensation of the day. Uy Mary J. Ilolmei. AISY THORNTON. Marr .1. Holmes' new novel. The rensailon of the season. Ready next week. DKMOIthSl'S MONTHLY MAllAZlNE KuK >i(VKM. i.er, with splei did art pictures, colored In oil. (teel en vravia** and oilier hnautilul ieatures, Ineludimc a arxnd array of useful and enti-rtalninit literature; lull ilsa pat terns <te., Ac. Now leady H-'h*., posi free, or yearly ?'t, ?Ith two miperh oil pictures, I 7x21 niches. "Rock ol A'Stt" an i "Llaa's Drlila,*' as a piamlum to each sub-enber. witk splendid terms to aitents. Adores* W. JE.nNINOS DbMO> KtHI, 17 East I4tli St., New York _ AltY J. llOI.SK>' NEW NOVKL. daisy miornmn. The aensatl n ol the seesnn. Hwilf next week. f ADY NOVEMBBit" 1?A HOOIt ol' ltU*OKI)CB <k*iehe?, by h. K Munkutrlek. profusely illustrated b|r V. I. Kinirsliury. I'aper, ,'x) cents; t'loth, fl. Send In your orders to net Hrst edition. CIIAK. t'LA itKh, JR., Publisher, Jersey CHf. M UhADY .N K X I WK'K. Ik pAlHY THORNTON, Maty J, Holme*' a*w novel. A great hit. SKK THE SPLENDID NOYhMBKR NUMBER ol !>? MoRK^l's MONTHLY MAUaZINK, with arttetli Kanr4Vtnifs and other r.ire attractions. Including spleadU Oil Pletaraa, worth d nbie the cost ol the maxasine. rpilE You NO LAD IElt,_J O ir R.M A L PON NOTKM HRH I ronlala* an hnnianse colored fasnion panorama; also a KUantlr ?ii|ipleini'iii over iiim yard square, with 71 fl.'ur.<*. Iilustraila^ all the latest Pari* winter fashion*, with full *lse rattern* lor euttlti^ out: alio 114 pages llln<trata<t stories. l?y i>a>t authors Sold erer) where i mailed free for :t">o WILLMKK A ItOOEKS MEWS COMPANY, :U Boekmaa st . New Vork. 'I'll i SEASIDE LIHHAftY. 1 New Novel by IVilkin I'olllns. Oat to morrow m clear, bold, bandsona type. THE IIAI Nlfcl> liOI'hL, Hy Wiltle Collin*. I.ate lianas. 4<H>. The Haunted llat?i. by Wilkie Collins t't? 4 n Pile No. 113, from the French ol Eiuiie Ooborlan 'JiJa 407. The Aruuuel Motto. b? Maiy Cecil I'.aey (clear. bold, han isome type! 4<ih One ol thn Family, hy .lames Parn ????,.. I"c. 4U\ llearietta'Icmiiii . hy Henjamiti'IJIsraeil. ... Jtti 4i'4. AiUilue, irom ih ? French ol Henry tlrevIHa,... lu :u?:t Moil> B^wn, bv the author of "I'liylii*" . ii.j 3lW. Vivian tlrav, Uy llenjiimiii Dlsra.ii. , ' ..J Mh I lie Primrose Path, uy Mrs. Oliphaiit .... JO J For sule liy newsdealers at aliove prices, and sant. posts paid oil receipt of I-cents lor 10 cent number* Mi* 2.1 rents lor 'Jo rent nam bark, bv OKOtttiK M V N ItU, 17 I . \ snde? si.'r st.. New York. '>0 1)1)1) J10ls*R? NOVEL, * AUtvUU daisy tiioknTon. The HOMllta ol tba seaaoo. Ueiily next weak.