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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS
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 bs Dis
tributed To-Morrow.
A FETE AT VERSAILLES.
RUSSIA AND THE NIHILISTS.
[BT CABLE TO TUX HFRVI.T). ]
London, Oct. 20, 1878.
Sir Stafford Northcote, speaking at Ilirmingliam
last night, admitted tlio depression in trade and
consequent loss ot elasticity of the revenue. Nev
ertheless lie did not anticipate the necessity of ask
ing ol the country renewed sacrifices. He
condemned over anxiety respecting the fulfil
ment of the provisions or the Treaty or
Berlin. Disturbance or the waters docs not cease
with the falling or the wind. An important mo
ment would be next May, the period of complete
Russian evacuation. He was convinced that the
Powers would not sutler the Treaty of Berlin,
which cost so much, to be set aside. The English
government's policy would be one or firmness,
prudence and moderation, and they would watch
over the interests or England's Indian Colonial
Empire. The government would not have
the heart of England with them, if
U thought the interests or England were
limited to these small islands (meaning Great
Britain and Ireland). One great prlneiplo of tholr
poller is the preservation or the Ottoman Empire,
and they Intended to tntroduoe material Improve
ment in Aslatto Turkey. He then defended the ac
quisition of Cyprus, whloh, he said, was vindicated
by tbe government's policy respecting Egypt. Con
cerning Afghanistan, tbe Chancellor reiterated the
statements made by Mr. Gross, tbe Home Secretary,
at Soutbport, adding that tbe government will not
allow ita attention to be dlstraeted from tbe exeou
tlon of the Berlin Treaty.
THS SOCIALIST BILL PASSSD.
The German Reichatag yesterday adopted the whole
Ot the Socialist bill by a vote or 221 against 149.
Both sections of the conservatives and national lib
erals, with some Independent liberals, voted for tbe
bill. Prince Bismarck tben read tbe meesags closing
the Reichstag. He said tbe government, armed with
this measure, would make a determined effort to cure
tbe prevalent disease. If they were not able tc sue
eeed in two and a half years the government hoped to
obtain further eoneeesions.
TURKEY AFRAID OF RUSSIA.
A despatch lo lb* Vienna I'olitical Corrrtpondrnct
from Constantinople ujri the Grand Vizier baa ex
proceed to the ambassadors tne Porto'a alarm at tba
fcueaiau military tneaaurea and proceedings wblob
have prevented tbe Forto Irom carrying out the much
deal red disarmament.
TUB PARIS AWARDS.
Elaborate preparations have been made at Paris
vnder tho personal direction of M. Krantz, tne Com
mlsslonor General, and M. Georges Berger, tno Direc
tor of tbe foreign Section*, for tho distribution of
the French Exhibition prises on Monday next, Octo
ber 21, in the Palais do I'lndnstrle. A series of
benehee, forming a platform at tba weat ex
tremity of tbe transept, will be reserved for tbe
Senate, tho Chamber of Deputies, the Connoil of
gtnte, tho Judges, the foreign Commissions sod blgh
oAotals, and. In tbe first place, for tho Marshal and
Frinoeo and otbor guests of distinction by whom
bo Is accompanied. Throe sections of tho area
are allotted lo French end foreign exhib
itors and those who receive invitation*. in I be
first gallery, which surrounds tbe whole nave,
a few benobos are reserved lor tho Press and otbor
bodies, and the reat lor ladles only. On tbe ground
loor benches sre also reserved all round, bat there
both ladies and gentlemen will be admitted. Places
are also allotted to choral and Instrumental bands.
M. Berger, accompanied by the cbiela of groups and
prealdentsof classes, visited tbe Palais de 1'lndusirle
yesterday lo mane the final disposition for to-mor
row's ceremony.
MACIIAIIOS'S ARRIVAL*
Frosldoat MacMabon will arrive at the Palace bo
ws en balf-past twelve and one o'clock, where ho
will be reoeived by M. Teiaaereee Do Bort, Mmlawr of
Commcroe, and bo will then proceed directly to the
place designed tor blm. As soon as tbe Marshal
?ball nave entered tbe ofOolals of the Exposition
will be organoid In groups, oaeb of which will be
?omposod of members of the Gran a Jury,
presidents and aooretarles of class juries
and those of the exhibitors to whom
grand diplomas of honor, grand prises and gold
medals bavo been awarded. Tno groups will then
take tbelr placca In tba coridae winch is lo defile
before President MacMahoo as onows:?Ushers of
tbe several Mloistriea In grand coatumo, lorelgn sol
diers In parade uniform, and Iban tbe groups, thus:?
Works of srt; oducailon and instruction; furnltnro
and accessories; textile fabrics, clothing aud accessor
ies; mining industries, raw and maouiaeiured producia;
apparatus and processes used in ths mechanical
manufactures, sllmentsry products and agriculture
aud plsolcultore. Each gronp will be preceded by its
banner. After defiling beloro tbe Prosiuent tbe
groups will occupy the plsces reserved tor tbem.
Tbere will oe a rehearsal of thia part of the oeremony
te-day.
THK CLO8IXO S0I5CS.
After the march past the ceremonies will consist
?f singing, speeches and ibe delivery ot ISO diplomas
?f honor by tlie President. Tbe entire programme
will oceupy about two and ono-bnli bourr. ibe ball
Is bung witb rsd velvet snd clotb, bordsred with gold
fringe. Tbe benches are covered with red clotb. and
around eaeh el the columns which support the roof
are clusters 01 flags ol all nuiiou*. Twouty-oue thou
sand tickets have been dteiribulcd, whereol the
Senators and Deputies look 2.600 and ilia publio
funettonarlis, the commisaiuua ol ibo Exposition and
?tbers for whom place* aro reserved, H,600, leaving
10,000 unreserved piacoa tor distribution to tne public.
On tbe 23d Inat. tbe Marshal will give a grand dinoer
and f6ie to tbe royal and otbor distinguished visitors
M Versailles. Tba I'ark will b* lit up by the electric
Igbt, and there will bo Illuminations ane fireworks on
lbs same scale ss those in tbe Bois de Houlogne on
>be 80lb of Jun*
CAIILK WOTKS.
Aftor a long debate on the government's policy the
greek Chamber yeslerdsy psssej s vole ol confiJfnoe
by 60 yoas to 63 nays.
The OloO* ol this evening stiles that preparations
are making at Odnsss to try U4o Nihilists.
(Jnltod States Minister Noyes yesterday lorwariled
from P iris 94,000 to Secretary Kvarta lor lbs rulisl'of
yellow lever suirorers In tho Uuitod States.
tlio Oral detachment ol Roumanian troops fy tba
occupation of iba l)ubruu|a left liuebsrssl on lhnrs
SrEIiDY VLNGEANCE.
Savashaii, Q<i? Oet. 10, 187ft.
On Tbursdsy last, while the wile of Houston De
mere, s planter in Hryan count", fifteen miles Imm
tbls city, wss reluming Irons i visit to a neighbor's,
? he wss followed by a weil known negro nsmrd Giles,
who attempted to commit a criminal aiaxuii upon
her, but wan pr.Vented by the timely ar
rival ol a gentleman, whan the fiend
fleu. He was captured on Friday, anu while in
charse of a consume Mr. Oetnere snot him and then
surrendered bimseli. Tbe negro died tbls morning.
GLASGOW BANKING.
Scotchmen Stupefied by the Stu
pendous Steal.
RUINED BY RIGHTEOUSNESS.
A Sermon of "Warning to Those
Who Profess Too Mnch.
HOW TH' SILLER WA* GRABBIT.
I BY CABL1C TO THE HERAI.D.}
Gl-.bgow, Oct. 19, 1878.
This city is absorbed in n melancholy
contemplation of the terrible picture of
crime and rnin 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 grnsp 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 GENERAL 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 <fc 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 (ftcided upon :?
Clyde shipbuilders 7X per cent
Edinburgh masons Id. per hoar
Dalkeith iron workers 10 per c^nt
Miners 6d. per day
Laborers Is. per week
Ballheston miners cd. per week
Shott's Iron workers 10 per cent
Merry A Cunningham's tradesmen.. 10 per cent
Edinburgh joiners }a'd. per hour
Furnacemen Is. per day
WHERE SHALL JUSTICE BEGIN?
On the question of bringing the directors
of the rotton 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 case."
THE SCOTCH TWIST.
The important featare 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 issne 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. Bat
the deficiency was made to appear less by
illegally including tho coin lying at the
bank's branches. This scandalous proceed
ing exposes the bank to tremendons penal
ties under the laws of Great Britain.
VALUE OF PROFESSED RELIGION.
The Olasgow Evtnxnj Twits says:?"Tho
statement in the London Time* of this
morning, as telegraphed to us, that tho
story is 'one of the most disgraceful in tho
whole history of banking'cannot be denied,
and is, perhaps, all the more disgraceful
because of the fact that the scandal and
crime occnrred in professedly the most re
ligions city in the most religious country in
tho world." It is doubtfnl if anything
more will ever be heard from this side about
"wilct cat" banking in America.
THE OUILTT DIRECTORS ?CRIES FOB JUSTICE?
A FORMIDABLE ARRAIONMtNT.
[From the Evening Telegram of yesterday.]
SPECIAL CABLE DISPATCH TO TI1K TKLKU1IAM.
Ul.ASOOW, Oct. 19, 1878.
The Excitement with respect to the Hnnk ol Glas
gow's financial statement is hourly increasing.
With reference to the financial statement made
yesterday by the accountants employed on that de
funct institution, the Herald, ol this city, makes
the following comments in its issue ol to-day:?
"A more melancholy and complete scene of finan
cial w rtck and ruin was never before witnessed.
The details given to the public inr exceed the
worst anticipation, and ono can but stand appalled
before the startling revelations ot ??uip.ible mta
management. Frigntlnl recklessness has been
displayed, bristling with transactions of the most
dubious character. The details of tho bank's
losses are read with mingled leeiings of sham* lor
the country, compassion for the unhappy share*
holders and with burning Indignation against those
who have brought this dire calamity on both.
The law will otrer no protection for society at
):irgc it an attempt is not mado to ascertain tho
legal responsibilities ol the men who hsve proved
thus lalse to their trust, and guided the bank to
Its doom W? deeply regret we have not one
word ol coinlort to give to the unhappy share
holders who, doubtless, ere long, will have their
all swept away In muklug up the loss, which
aggregates ??.1W?,?83. to which has to be addeu
the capital ol ?1,000.000.''
WHAT THK IILAMOW NKWS SATS.
The X?ic 1 aity*:?"The result of the laiiuro
makes the shareholders liable lor a call on their
shares ot upward of live hundred percent. This
astounding figure dwarfs the pessimistic estimates
of the dclicit. The revelations of aatoundlnar
fraud a iii the manner of earning on the business
ot the deiunct Institution promise to go beyond
anything that hus yet been imagined. This is as
serted by those who are best informed- They al
lege that when the real faets are laid bare they
will throw into the shade the most malicious
rumors concerning the malieasauce of the direct
ors. Mo single form of fraudulent concealment lias
been resorted to, lor the single reason that every
conceivable method of deception and deceit has
been practised. These frauds have been carried
on with a reckless audacity that mocks the con
jectures of the most cyuicnl criticism.
GUILTY OF KVERY 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 of?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 niontn and year after year
they nave done this to gratily tbetr own settlsh
ends, thus servlug to Increase the enormity ot
their oflence. 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 ot their financial
standing, thev have defied the law and they have
defrauded the public. They are the means of
bringing ruin to hundreds of helpless meu and
women, whose sole crime was that they did not
know that the directors of the bauk were knaves
of the blackest dye.
RKCKLK8S RASCALITY.
"The directors have encompassed these crimes to
be able to carry on speculations lor their own
profit or the enrichment 01 their friends. They
wl'l 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 tiie
whole thing down to hopeless dementia. No ques
tion exists but that tno directors hare done
wrong. They cannot plead that they have acted
in a haphazard or unknowing lashioa The plea of
of having conducted the atlalrs 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 a>l, without exception,
of the most deliberate kind. The puDllc can now
note once more how a handful 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 of innocent peopie in misery and ruio.
A SHAMEFUL SHOWING OP FALSEHOOD AND
DI8HONOB?IS THE BANK OF 1NQLASD
SOLID ?
[BX CABLE TO THE HERALD.]
Loxoox, Oct. 19, 1878.
Ths Timet, In Its financial article, commenting on
tbo official report of the invostigators into the adalrs
of tbe Cttjr ol Glasgow Bank, says:?
Tha shareholders will now have some light thrown
opon the condition ot the bank's allmrs, and u
most sombre llgbt It Is. Tbe bank has lost, on
a moderate und probably favorable esttmuic,
?0,200,000 ($31,000,000). that Is a most disastrous
statement lor the unhappy shareholders, sua
wo need hardly say that a loss of such
magnitude could never bavo fallen on them but lor
the reckless mismanagement to begin with and <ie
liberata and long contluued fraud practised to bide
that mismanagement. Tbe atory sol forth iu tho re
port is one of the most disgraceful in tbe history
ol banking. Accounts have been deliberately
falsiUed, securities entered at fictitious value*,
bad debts taken as good and tbe very
gold which, ought to have been neld against
the note isi-uedeliberately squandered to tbe extent ol
over ?3u0,000. The government has been iieceived by
falso return*, tbe auareholtiers by crooked balanoo
sheets and everything uoue In short that perverse in
genuity cociu thiok ot to oonceal tbe corrupt condi
tion of the bank until It became* national calamity.
Tbe revelations ol lbs Investigators must startle the
mercantile commuuity almost as much as the
news ot tbe failure and ought to be the
signal lor many much needed banking retorms.
Here is a bank Droiessedly oocup'ed wiin the com
merce of {Scotland, a bank notable among tbe .Scotch
banks lor Its pushing endeavors to establish brauobcs
all ovsr tbe nortbern hall ol the kiugdom, throwing
away millions to support bopeleasly rotten firms Iu
tbe Kast India traue, Investing in doubilul or alto
gether speculative securities ruch as Erie shares and
other American railway stocks, bu> ins land in Aus
tralia and Now Zealand and generally behaving like
an insane yambler.
TOO rKKS WITH OTHKR PKOI'LK'B MOM sr.
Tbe mau..gers have lent raiber ireeiy on a bad ??
ouritr, or have pufled up some possibly snrewd and
rien but over-eager speculator to tne loss ol toe con
cern. Then their courage failed them. They dare
not tell the truth. It was easier to hide tha losses in
smbignous balanoe sheets, and the first losses wero
thus hid. Then worse oame. It was nsoeassry
to go Irom one criminal act to souther
Iu order to keep the ever Increasing losses
out ol sight until at last tbe criminality reached tbe
poiut of paying a aplondid dividend and lusuiug a bsl
uiiee theel showing a large surplus at tbo vsry tuna
when ths funds ol tbe bank were ao utterly exhausted
that tne managers had to abstract the gold held
against its notes In ordsr to koep the concern
above water lor a few more days. No comments
Cun add to tbo forco oi facts like tbcse. We can
only.repeat that ll such nflonces against Ibe inno
oeut puolto and suffering shareholders are allowed to
go unpunished more Is ao end to coutideuce in
Sootcb bauking. A shock will, indeed, be given to
tbe credit ol all banks sucn aa must provo most in
j urlous to the mercantile crcau ol England, and pun
isoiueut aloue will not suffloe. There must be re
form as well.
"'OW'a THE BAXK?"
Tbe Daily TeltgrapK, lu its financial article tbia
morning, referring to tne rumor spread yesterday ?(
a loin from tbe Bank ot France to the Baok of Eng.
land, says:?'The stories about the Bank ol England
and the Bank ol France are palpable Inventions. If
on institution required bullion from the other no
speeial arrangement wae needed to effect a purchase."
The article also ssys:?''Some misobievous rumors ol
failures were also set afloat, but tnsir absurdity was
so glaring that tboy did oo barm, and wars discred
ited as soon as ottered."
BANK AFFAIR8 IX LO.XDO.t.
Tho Economut says:?
Two sud throe months' bsnk bills sre quoted at 5%
a 0; three months' trade bills, 6X; and luaos at 6 a tl
per cent. At tbe Stock Exchange prices ooutinued
drooDlug until toe completion ot the settlement oo
Wednesday, which caused the fsilure oi some unim
portant speculatora In home railways and Erio shares.
Ou ItiuraUav a sood efleot was proiiucod by ibe Hank
of England not raising its rats ol discount. Tne market
since nss been comparatively firm, expvcieJIy lor for
eigas, which are bstug taken lor the Continent, liank
snd discount sbures ^nd ga* aocurtiio* contioued de
pressed. Tbe silver msrket is dull snd unsottled.
Indian exchange* are lower, only about hair the
amount or Conoell bills offered weru awarded, not
witbstsnding tbe mucb lower rata Tlie failures ot
pilvate Orms slope the tsilure ol the City ol Glasgow
liank amount to ?6,762,000.
FLOTSAM AMI J ST SAM.
Ths Liverpool In its seoood edition to-day, an
nounces the faiiuro of Jamss Sawors it Co., West
Coaat trading, nod having bousea in Valparaiso,
Lima and Arequlpa. Tho falloro was caused chiefly
by a fall in eopper. Their nabllltlea are not stated.
It is estimated thsl tbo burden ol the City ol Glas
gow B ink's doflcft will Isll chiefly.on about two hun
dred *1 ths wealthy shsrsbolJers. Many failures In
Glasgow snd throngbout tha country aro anticipated
ss m consequence.
The Nstionsl Bank ot Bslgium hsa raisod Its dis
count rate Irom 3% to 4,'i per cent.
MiXCIXO LANS MAItKBTS.
In Mincing laoa the lone of the markets wsa dull
and suppllss wsre limited. Coflee wsa lowor; most
of ths lorsign on offer was withdrawn. Tbe Xetber
laodt Trsding Company, on tbe 23d Inst, will sell
99,000 begs good ordinsry Java is valued at ths
Hsptombsr pries to rstber und?r. Cocoa his
again risen, being now remarkably high.
At Ih* pubtio salsa of tea common to
medium now season's Congou sold %ciow any
quotatlooe hitherto given this year During tho last
two daya there has been somowhst more inquiry from
the trade and exporters. In the sugar msrket tbo
feature has been sn Improvement upon crystallised
Oemrrara ol about a sbllliog psr hundred wslgbt;
rsfloiag West Indies wss tlrm; low brown sorts were
quiet. Iiest sugsr wss rstbor cheaper. Kioe was
duil; one flostiog csrgo wss roported at a dorlino on
last week's prlooa. Saitpoire wsa easier. Splcss
wara inactivs.
PARIS NOT AFRAID OP ANY FINANCIAL CltASH.
[BT TABLE TO THE HlrRtLD.]
Pari?, Oct. 19, 1878.
Prices at the Bourse continue firm.
Transactions aro active. The German
murkets maintain their rates mid tho ten
dency generally is upward, although there
is no marked feature. Rente fives closed
at 113f. 20c., threeaat75f. COo., Italians at
731 4Bo,
ITALIAN OPERA IN LONDON.
OPENINO O* THE SEASON AT HZB MAJESTT'S?
"FIDELIO" AND "CARMKN."
iBT CABLE TO THE HKBAI.D. ]
London, Oct. 19, 1878.
Mr. Blapleson's winter season of Italian
opera at Her 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 ''Fidel io."
Mme. Pappenheim sang as Fidelio,
and the American tenor, Candidas,
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. MR. MASSON CONSENTS TO JOIN SIB
JOHN UACDON vLD AND IS SVTOBX IN.
[?X TELEOBAPU IO THK UtltALD.]
(JCKBKC, Oct 10, 1878
Hod. Mr. Masson, loader el a large roction oi the
Lower Canadian French conservative parly, lor
wbose assiatttuoo Sir John A. Macdouaid Ua? been
wailing to complete bis Cabinet, arrived
bera at tbroe o'clock tbia afternoon by
special tram from New York, whore be ar
rived yesterday by tbe French steamer Si
Laurent. He waa cioaetcd witb Sir John till lour
o'clock, wheu botb attended lo tbe local Parliament
iiouso tbe swearing in by lour Judges, beaded by
Clnel Justice Meredith, ol tbe new administrator of
tbe Canadian government during the intorregnum,
Geuerai Sir Patrick Macdougall, K. C. 11. G. Im
mediately alterward Hou. Hector Langevin was
hworu iu as a memoer ot tlie New Dominion
government, as Postmaster General, aud Hon.
Mr. Ma-son, as Mlnistor oi Militia, the oatbs be
ing administered privately by Mr. Himswortu,
Clerk oi l'rlvy Council. Messrs. Mackenzie, Boweli,
Pope, oi Prmoo Edward island, and Senator Aiken
were present, but were not sworu m. 'l'bey are cer
tain to torm aioruou oi the government, uowerer.
Sir Jobn aud those ot bis Ministers und prospective
Ministers who are in town be d a Cabinet uieeuuK
to-ni);bl, and tben all ielt at nine P. M. lor Montreal
by train. Tbe remainder oi tbe Cabinet will be awuru
In in that ouy on Monday.
OFFICIAL LIST OF MINISTIB9.
Ottawa, Oct. 10,1878.
To-day'a official gazette announces tbe lollowisg
appeintments:?
?Sir John A. Macdonaid, Minister of the Interior.
S. L. Tlliey, Minister ot Finance.
Charles l upper. Minister oi Public Worts.
J. H. Pope, Miuitterol Agriculture.
Jobu O'Counor, President ei Council.
James McDouaid, Member of tbe Privy Counoll and
Mintster el Justice.
LOKD DUFFERIN'S DEPARTURE.
ENTHUSIASTIC FAREWELLS OF FOREMOST CAN
ADIANS TO THfclR GOVEUNOK GENERAL?HE
1MBAUKS IN A STORM WITH POPULAR
BENEDICTIONS.
[BY TELEGRAPH TO THE HERALD. ]
Qckbkg, Oct. 19, 1878.
Canada Das Just lost tba nuoi popular of liar Gov
?raor Generals. Lord DuOoria la sailing out ol this
port on board the Allun mail ataamor Polynesian.
Ilia Kxcellency drevo down to tbe Quoeu's whurl at
half-past ulna o'clock ibia morning, eseoried Irom the
citadel by A and B troopa ot tba Koyal Canadian Hus
aara aa a guard ot honor. Tbe moat severe storm of
the aeaaoa raged ibis morning; ram iell In torrentB
apd tbe wind lushed tbe rirer lata learning wavea;
nevertheless thousands ol clt zoas lined tbe streets,
bunting was liberally displayed ana a dlsilaguUbed
assemblage was on the wharf 10 say "Farewell."
TUK PAKTI3U OVATlOS.
Tba cnard of honor on tbe wh trf was composed of
B battery aud tne Klgblh Koyal Volunteer Hides, with
me oily and river police. A brilliant aii>0 of uiQcers
and the Mayor and City Corporation received the
Governor General and oonduoted him to a pavilion
wuore wore assuinliled General Sir Patrick
llaclloaitll, oommander u< lue lorces, who win au
wnuter ine CauaUiau government until the arrival
ot tue Marquis ol Lorue;Lady MacDougsiI, sir JobuA.
MacDonalu, aud the loliuwiag Doiumiou .?! misters:?
lluuur.ibios MeH.rs. Luuageviu uud Pope, of Prinoe
Kdwaru's lslaud; Seuators Aikpua, Mackenzie
aud Bowall atd Premier Joly, ol the Provmcu o;
Quebec, and HouoraUIca Metre. Cnauveau, Kos? and
Lantiier; Hie Uriue (he Arcbbiraop Dean Stauiay,
Senator MacPu?raoo aua oilier*.
Mt'MCII*AL FAKKWXLL ADDRKSS.
Tbe Mayor in u.tuo el luu citizens presented a
farewell address i* Lord UuUerlu, tuanKIng him par
ticularly lor Hie lutereat luamleaied by nun in city
aflaire, Its eiubellisiiuieai aud aducatioual lusiitu
lious.
His Excellency premised to send hla reply to the
Mayor. Having ensued a lew minutes wuu Dtau
Slauiey, Sir Joun a. M?cl)enald, uoneral MaoDougal
aud shaken hand* with numbers of those |>resei.i me
Governor General euioarked Ou a steara launch atum
indescribable applause uud waa uouveyed ou board
H. M. S. Sinus.
IMSARKATIOX.
Considering the leariui gale it waa deemed advisablo
for Lord Dullerin net to buva to tratisblp down tuu
river, aa originally intended; and, a.ter slaying ball
an hour on the irigate, ne waa couveyud on beurd the
steamship Polynesian, aini<i?lbe bouiuing ol canaiu
Irom tne citadel and irigates. All ibis tuna tbe rain
leu heavily, jet tiiou?uuUa ol eutlmaiaatiO citizens
iiued tbe rampart* oi tbe terraoe, the Goveruer'e aar
deu and ail poiuis ovei looking tne river, iu the cold
and wet. Her Migeatv'a steamers Ar?ua aud Slriua
weighed anchor at nail-past eleven A. M., aud pro
oeeaed, with tne 1'oiyneaian, down tne riVur.
?'BOX TOTAOKl"
The St. Lawrence, Maid ol Orieaas and other pas
ganger steamora/loadeu with passengers and carrying
bamla ol uiusic, uespiie the le.>riul weaitier aud
heavy seaa, lollowed tlie mail steamer, to escort Ilia
Uxceiloncy tweutr uinea down the river, where they
bid him a hearty farewell.
PUhSlDENi' HAYES ON A VISIT.
[BY TELEGBaFB TO TBE BEBILD.J
Baltimork, Oct. Ill, 1878.
President Hayea arrived here this alternoon, at
three o'olooc, a* tbe gnest ?( Samuel M. Shoemaker,
reaident Manager ot Adams Kxpresa Company,
lie was re?oived at tba depot by Mr. Shoe,
maker and tbe party drove at once to
tne latter's country seat In Baltimore county.
Mr. Mayea will attend service at the Mount Yernou
Metiiudist Kpisoopai cnureu to-morrrow. Hu visit
here is ol a purely social diameter. 1 tie l'resnleut
declined to be interviewed at tne depot. 1 lie Presi
dent will remain at Mr. Shoemaker's until Mouday
and return direct to WasniuHioB.
CELESTIAL MOVEMENTS.
[BT TELBGBtPH TO TBE HP.RALO. 1
Ouaha, Neb., Got. 10, 1878.
Celonel T. A. Bee, attorney in *an Francisco for the
Cbinese Six Companies, went K tat to-night, en rouJt
to Washington, accompanyiag Cban Cnu Tang, Ilia
Imperial Chinese Majesty's Consul General to San
Francisco. This gentleman, one ol the most Impor
tant members ol the Chinese Embassy, but wbo re
uiainod iu .>an Francisco, la Well euueated, very in
telligeut, has an expressive oounteuauce aud talks
hngiish well. Be nae been summoned Kant to coneult
wltu the Kmbaaay ou treatto* ou international ai*
laira, tbe establishment ol addltlenai Consulates, fte.
He la ascoinpaoled by it suite ol several person*
travelling in private apartment In a Pullman palace
ear.
BEVENUJfi TAX UN CIGARS.
UaijTimomr, Mil., Oct. ID, 1878.
In tbe United Statea C'.reuil Court line morning
Judge Bond filed bis deoistoa in what la known aa
the "Cigar Partition Citae,'' dismissing tbe bill ol a
uumber ol retail tobseeoand cigar minuiaoiurers and
dealers praying lor a permanent injunction to enjoin
luternal revenue offleers irom executing tbeorner ol
the Commissioner ol luternal Kevenue (Mr. Kauuif
requiring eepar.ue rooms lor tue msuul.iciure snd aale
ol cig ir* at retail.
In a ua?e tried In lb* United Stales District Court
Ju>i|e Giles had deeidoii that tne order ol Commis
sioner Haum was not WArrintud by in:? law, and
<iirented tlie acquittal ol a dealer onarxed with Violat
ing tne law as construed by tbe order ol the Commis
sioner.
1 be decision of Judge Bond, ol the Circuit Court,
virtually ravaraea that ol Judge Giles ta t>a Distriot
Court.
?COLLECTION OFFICE L. H. CRAKE. SJ34
Broauway ; Claims c< llfcted at jhght v \ penst- . L?w
Iters attended to with ear*. JUfM?ueit-l? B. CUUm ! hi
!o. lixjuirt* Mr. I? N. J- orce. I
-IjoiZil'tioM ofTTck H h! ckak?
? Broadway; Claims collect d at sii Jit vxl>?UM. Post
o box :?'??. | ii?
PARI N it: w an lhi)--\Vi i li ;r HJ To i i'?,?KXi IN
a manufacturing business. Address SAFE, Herald
e
SI'LISM)l!) OPPOKiaMTY i ml- ?.V.T rASii, IF
takeu immediately ; established nud protit?blo.
IlAUKlM)N A PH i LLlPS, 42 Murray st.
[ party OWNING A VALUABiill^toxk QUARRY
Ldtfsires to met-t with ji responsible capitalist toward
hrelopin j* it. AH excellent opportuuitv I >r investment is
brded in tliis enterprise. Address ONYX, Herald Up*
in office,
I RA it E UHANUK. ?A Far T Y tJOG U I' VI Mi A
Jar^o house in a central location desires to meet with
ady that ha* kept a boarding house and rati procure
it class bouider-*; no capital required; references ex
itUKed. \dUrunH WINCH EsTICK, Herald Uptown office.
FORTUNE. \V i\ i l.i). A (ujuAlihAU I'AUrV. N*>I
k afraid of his shadow, to invest ^2.">,0?ri to $5o,(XKJ for a
r month* onW, under til* financial control. to .start tho
West enterprise afloat in America, with uo rUKs woat
ir. One-fourth or one half ground iloor interest ^ivoii,
rtli over $1.1MJ,000 witliin two year*. Investigation
toiled by principals, ouly ai interview, who uurau hum
is and can justify of th ir ability to supptf the reunited
>itui ou deinuuu. Address SL'ttE FoitTLNE, Herald
GO??I> .\Ta5T VVI . 11 .? 1.?>? ><?, w \ N r i ! I I < ? l;A K K
thalf Interest in established manufacturuiiiK business;
.isfactlon xtiarauteod. s>t I FITS. J'.i Chamber* *t.
4 "-IRON FOUNDRY; tiOOil kHTAttLUUKD
i\? trade; valuable lease; down town ; want* practical
rtner, with moderuto moans. JOXh.S, .'i> Oontre st,
N EX fSRpklHINO YOUNG SuiTiNE8? v?AN oF
Luuexceutton.iblo reference and capital desires to pur
ase an interest or euter a* partner iu a wholesale house
wu town ? j;r cones or provisions prole, r-jd. Addro*^
HOLbSAbi'., Herald Uptown office.
57XtIsT VfANTd A FAi<TXBR WlTII MKANS
Lto opcu an additional otli.e t ? his own already e*ta'?
hod; a yood chauco to learn all branched of dentistry.
Idre&s IV. box 131 iieruld ( ptown Hraneh.
" Hi SI \ r. > > M AN ') F K W Vil K \X A .N f S TUB
Latency of soiuo logitiiuate business. Adiiie?? NLu
.4Iv 10li. Herald llieo.
maVu facTtu- I nTi T;omi'\s\ i*TTTumjoinTj
LijjO'XVHJO yearly, with tweutv-live per c-*ut prolit . n
pital invented, will take n ?rtner wi|u $l(X),??'??? to in
ua^u business. Address iiU.^I.Nl^SS, i'ost otlice box
581.
. X OF EN ING TO AN AOlIVH .MAN THAT KARKLY
Lolleis; trom to ^itj.tj(xi required to make ad
.uous; buain?*a> all cash ; no rUk: old estalilidhett and < \?
nsive auction house. Adores* CaUTION. 117 ileraid
l#lown oflloe.
i UhNTlih.MAN OF S~l 1'aNDIMi IX ul7sT> ivvx
Vwith tirst class references, wishes to nn-ei with a lady
wvalth, doairinic to invent half interest in an iuvest
entou satislactory investigation, uayiuv: lartfe returns.
ddroHs.S\FK INvBSTM NT. Horaid Uptown office.
i ?MONTHLY' SALKS OF j^TKNT lUliHTS UY
V. ?uuoti >u: also at private sale, a valuaido invention,
lapted to every hous hold; speculators and furniture
juier* should invest! rate
NEYV YOKK F.\Th.M EXOil aNOK,07 i.iborty st.
t FAttTNKK VV A NT'ku?I S AS ~~ 1.-T aH M -.Hi: U
Xcasli business; net annual profits 57.00'?: can be lu
ousod ; cash required If 1 .HOO. Address HOHEKTS, Her
d oltice.
TkocJkLYn KKAL hd fAT.. OFFICE WTntS Ai'
Jtive. experienced, tidy men. plenty assurance, to work
itside on commission. Oall. afternoon, 185 state.
IJUSINK.S* MAN. KKTUKXl.NO TO EUKOFh, DK
[isiies to arrati^o with responsible partv ior export of
^sters; references Al. Address, lor throe days,
KSS. I'ost oflice, Passaic, N. J.
>U&?lN&SaT PA \ I >G"62.7m) FOR SALE-$o< HJ: U N KX
Jceptiouabie opauing;; llrst class. inquire SEAVEY,
>3 >Uh av. ?
1A PITAL WAMfcD- TO E X I h MJ HUMXES8; IN
^vestment aafe, sure and profitable. Address X., lux
Ik> Herald office.
1 LOTrllNO MAN HAVING KXOtiLLkn i* oPPOETU
uity to make money, need* $d,(XKJ in his i>usiness; ruht
nrty satisfactory arran^emout. Address CLOTHIXO,
erald office.
1A PITAL 8ti.l-.KlNG 1N VESTM K NT, ACTIVE OK
^silent, iu lei:itiinHte commercial business, may address
KFOlU>, box 18() Herald office
fcO NOT TAKE OFT A PATENT.
' You hare two years' time ; consult us.
UENitV GEKNKK ?v SON, 49 t )iamner* st.
Tit a lJE MaKK.S, $15. ALL T? Ll>
have 50 per cent ou Foreign Patent*.
< itUG STOKE-COKNEK sTOltE; MAIN STUKhT;
'thriviuu location; rent ouly ; former rent $7">.
KOHT. APPLE TON, Or.mire. N J.
Druggists attention.?a ant d, a paktnu,r.
ship in a uood paying drut; business by a druc^ist of
jver.ty years'experience, having about worth ot
run sundries to put in as hi* interest; is a ?ood salesman
nd willing to do his part of the work \ or will buy a drutf
b??re if cheap enough. Address CilAltLES ALEX A X
lER. liridge st., Fou^hkeepsle, N. Y
[V>WNTO\VN DKNTaL association. 24 PARK
[Jpiaoe, through IU Barclay - SaLMO.n SKINXER, Preei
?Wauted, reli.ible scieutitle a.sscciate.
X PERI ENC Ell lioUsE CAHl'K.N I hK. HAVING
[jisome mouey. wants business partner. Address, with
nil particulars, PARTNERSHIP, lleralu ollic?*.
jlOu SALE.?\ Faktnkr WANTEl?, Willi A FEW
D thousand dollars, to purchase a halt interest iu an old
stabliiiiied livery, tale and noardhiK stabU. in one ot tut*
?riucipal cities iu the south; profit* ot ttio business frotu
ift,000 to SIO.OOH ner year. Full particulars ?ive;i by ad?
ressiut; I. W. B., '12'1 Herald otllce.
i,i or saliK?china, i,lass ware and house
* FuruishluK Goods Hueiness, ou Hih av. ; eHtabiished
ijjht years. Address H. L<. K.. box IIV! ileral i oflice
HOTEL ARRIVALS,
J. A. Brldgiand, Untied states Consul at Hsrre, la
at tbe Filth Aveuuc. Ex-Senator 3. F. Rice, ot
Arlcuusas, la at tbe St. Deule. Joso do Solo, of the
Spanish legation at Washington, la at tho Westraiu
ater. J. C. Ciarka, vice president ot tho Illinois Cen
tral Railroud Company, and Nalimn Cupen, o( Boston,
ara at tha St. Nicholas. General U. W. Weasells,
United States Army, and Paymaster Green Clay Good
loe, of tba United States Marine Corps, are at the
Sturtevant.
THERE IN NO K.INO OF MEANNESS MORE CON.
tempticle thmi thai winch aeeka to innl i up'iii t ie rupnta
tion ot a standard article ? demand lor an interior lintta
Hon. I hia I* what th ? imitator* ol' Gi.vnm's sulphur .-oap
are doing The public may real aavired Ihu the a.'uai
alleged to equal Glk.vn's d.i not poiaix Ha purllyiiig. clari
lyinj and antl-rbeumatte properties. Sold by druvglata
grocer* and fabcy |owl< dealer*
u. N. CHlTlENToN, Proprietor, 7 rttb a*.
A?
WHENCE COMES SOZODONTI
Onlled Irora nature'* garden plot.
Wtiere painted b ? rtia o*c i hillock dot
A thousand liuav hand* r**ay
To leather fragrance day by Oar.
And three distilled with care nre wan 1
T" itmse tlie latnoaa xizodomt.
Tha -HBonoKT that awoetena breatl<
Pvrfume* and beautiBo* tbe teeta.
It *tav* deear. Foal enms It heals.
It* luatatit cur-* ihe tartar feels.
for Snxono.iT Ita m ? trie W 'air
And lile to myriad aufferera gives.
HOZO DO.VIM Si iZO I>0.\ 1 ! I
To preaarrn the toeth ard keep them pnre and white, tn
prevent th-lr deiav. there la no preparation In tbe market
equal t" soxoim;*T: to preaerve tho cuma In a naiiirativ
Imrd and nealthy condition there la no auperlor to <0*0.
pii.vt; t" puritv and aweeteii the hroatli there la no rival to
SozonoxT Cot.s-quently it i* no wonder tli.it the popular
ity "I soxODort a* a dentifrice liaa an bounda-that It la
in tiae among ail cleanly and aenaible people tbe wide
world over.
A?NO MONEY REQUIRED 1
tsE KEN Nit's
P IN-KILUSO
Mai.IC OIU
"It Works like a t-harm."
If yoa have got Rueumati?m,
L'Sti RBNNK'S MAGIC OIL.
If you nave got Neuralgia.
CHE RENNE'H MAGIC OIL.
If von have sot Colic or Cr.unpa.
USE RkNNK'ft MAGIU OIL.
If vott have got anv kind el A< lie or I'aln,
UsE KhNNE's PaIH-KILLING MAGIC OIL.
A MAMPLK BOTTLE, SLKFIOIKNT FOR A FAIR
TRIAL. WILL HK GIVEN. Fit. E OP CHARGE, UX
CALLING ON THE PROPRIETORS.
Hold by all daalera In medn lues.
L W. WARNER A CO., Proprietors,
nil Murray at.. New York.
FLORI LINK.
for tho teeth and tyeatb, ia me heat liquid dentifrice In
the world It thoroughly clean*ea nartlailr decayed 1 eelh
Imra all par*?lte* or living "animaluuln*." leaving them
pearly white, Imparting a <1>-liubtlnl fragrance to tbe
breath Tlie 'Rati a A.NT Klkkilixk removes Instantly all
oilora arlalnc from a foul stemaeh or t"baccn amoke. Heliix
nart'v composed 01 honey, aoila ami the extract* ol aweet
berlis and plaata. It ia perfectly narmleas and de Icloua as
'prepared by IIEXRT C. GaLU'P, No. 411.1 Oxford St..
'London. England, and retalleii everywhere.
A.-F. KRUTINA
hs* now ou exhibition the moat elegant end choicest
articlea of
Pun ami Hit,
ot the laieat designs.
(Jueen Anne, Jaeobean and Japanese,
which he offers at the lowest manufacturers' prices.
K. KRUTINA,
Wararonma alio Manufactory,
anil t)S Fast llouaton at.
Station of tne Now Vor* hlev.ten ttallroad feast side) at
th? entrance.
VALLAI'RI'4 TCKKISH CIGARETTES,
Pure Imported Turkish tobacco,
l.im Bruanway.
Down town depot.
DITM AN's Uru< store, Astor Mouse.
A.?A?HATS FOR GENTLEMEN; L0WE1T
prices. P. KRNKNWMX, MM >a?eait at., ueer Hprnoe.
A FINE SIL* MA~r, $8 itof WORTH $5 (A $4
Derby. |U #0). 15 New Charett at , up atairs.
ASTOR HOUSk SMOK St'ORK? S1ERN, AMF.RI.
CAN WALKI.VU Smoks, all stylea: flneat liaud a ?wed
Gaiters, dI; l)R?.? minis, $a; HkippsRs.fi 90, HTKltN.
'J narcLty at.
A ?Sfil.ZER HKUNNKN NAIURAL SPAUKLINO
Miskiiai. W atkr. A. STEP II AN I A CO.. 40 New at., aola
importer*.
A. ?FAIjIj FASHION GENTLEMEN7* DRESS AND
buatnea* llais reatty at Popi'i.An I'Mt'KS.
BGitVU. 'JI4 llrnadwav.
"A LOVE OF A BONNKIV'- ELEGANTLY
trimmed. I ir ft 1*0. at RANDAI.L'M, a7?? ?th av.
??BOT.LINWER.'*?If RICH a NO FUI.I., WITH
ele iant iieuqtiet and perfect dellcaoi of flavor, and has the
exact degree of "dryness" to please the Meet tastldietu
BALSAM Or HONBY AND TOUT CORES ASTH
ma, Kr ncliiti-, Inrtienr.i, tVii uuiii^ I'ouglt and hutrir
uom HARtKltT I 'H I'harmitcj, Bible iioute
CATAREB \~CATaKRH CIGaKKFtES.? KVERf
patr<<? ut iui%? invaluable* purchase* * Mpecdj eare lor *
?ntj?*sin? and ?nive?Uu0' cold, 2>c. >er box. Depot, 15 ha*|
14th st.
CAMPBELL, APO HK? AKV~ "CUKNER 8ril A7.
and 2-*tu it. -atrictiv pur Mkdicixm >tt re< lued price*.
DYKING AND C L K AN IN O P f H K NEW YORK
Dvki.hu am) Printing Krtabi.ishmknt Staten Uiuu.i
Of lire* i?S MU'iiit* ?t.. 752 610 6;u ?v , Nii?
Vork, Itiii J'i?rrep<>"t ?t.. Hr ??klvn r.M ibli* to.i tk>
F. D00S8 iT BK07"(ESTaBLilHifcD 1853). !M
porter* h i<i m anuf ?cturer? of Kink M'ks, 445* Hroadwuj
and '??*? M< rcrr >t.. betweeu liownd .tad liraud tie., hav?
been awarueii the
(iOLD MEDaL
Ht the Pari* Fxhibitisn above nil competitor*: alxo hizh
ettt awani at th? t-entoBnial Exhibition. Pn<l idetphia
?kvLskis >ArQU* s and fruit i.istKi* ??akmknts a ouecialty.
GRADUATE I) ~Vlf K -T AN D L ING PROTECTORS
are well pnven preventives of lun?, mulftrial fever and
biiiout nM'o-tiouH Sold everywhere ; i>y mail, ? 1 '?(>
ISAAC A. SINGER. *o!e ui mufacturer, T04 liroa iwar.
HYATT'S LIFE HAU^alWr FIRST BE TKIKf
batore yu giv up being cured ol rheumatism. gout. ?cro
lata. Ac. it lit. b i. n pro* n a great, good retneuy. Depot
240 Crand >t. sold bv dru;gi*ts trt'rwhtN.
LADIES' FORMS FULLY "DEVELOPED ? QRA1
hair re.t rail in ii> origins! color; satiaiactiou guaranteed
M f k K E 1 C II I' >1. 212 '?lti av .near 14tlt.
OUT OF 0. FhoTOhELL's TOOTH POWDER BOl
Tooth Powiikk ran ua u?e1 conveniently. Largo am
handiest. Sou. filled ur ninny, by urugglst*.
PH1LADE LPH I A, OCTOBER 7," 187?.
H. Poluk, ?>q.
1>kau -in - Have .rou an agent who sells your "Marqcis"
Ai.l-1 obacco OioaKkttm in this city f 1f ?<> pleaee Inform
me. I amuKeil tneiu fur innia lime and likeil them vary
luueb. Now i cannot find tliam. dealer- i 11 ?r something
Inferior i think at a sina'ler com tu themselves man tns
"*lA?10ia." By sending tbu above asked information yog
will IUU ll oblige, JUUTK. & !..
r. II. PAKKS, 1.214 North 8th al.
The "Marquis" All-Tobacco CifiAiiKTTKs are made o(
the tirat Heiaoen tobacco*, e.ich pai-lt'tue marked with tbf
mannlncturnr'a nntno. B I'DM.aK. Sow York. A?k lot
the *' VlAnQt'ls" and like no other.
PURE CANDIES MADE AND RETAILED AT 25C.
RUPTURE Cl'RlCD? DR M AKSU'd TREATMENT.
the i.nly rriiabie cure. K> jear? experleu^-a. "nlyoRlue2
Veaay at. (Aator Hi>ua*),?ppoaite Hi. Paui'? Ohurjh.
io paint tub lily or uildTrefined gold
baa always been considered a uaeleaa taak; bat to plat*
crystal with a solution of diamonds which should give it
tbe hardness and permanent brilliancy of th* ffeoalna
diamond was a task which none but an enthusiast would
h >ve unnartaken. Such an enthasiaat. and a successful
one, was the French clie nlst who disci vered the art ol
inaKlng I'AKISIAN I mo.Mis equal in all outward appear
ance to genuine jems, and only inferior to them in intrin
sic value. They aro lor aile only at K. 1IUM 1*11 RKYS'
J;wirlr.v estaiiii-nuient. SI!) Broadway, ci-ner 12th St..
,\ew York. 1'rice list sent Iree 1 liav ? no airenta.
TO liEMOVE TARTAR FROM THE TEETH, US1
BKOWN's CAMrilOKlTKD Sapomackods I IK.Mir kick. i>c.
UN PRECEDES r ED~"sUCCEsK ~
Tiikiimalivk m vei known to fall.
I lire* chills and terer. '-'.?c.
KUttUPk.
Board and rrsirexce.?39 harlky sr., cav."
jiii'.mli square. Londou, the mn<l central and f'asbioa
aoin locality; house vary ham'snraeiy furntsbea, and
evcrythuitf in the est stylo.
/ i OLOKnT it \fitT? KUMAttHM AUlthULiTF fRl?
\JTduces, by two or three applications, the beautiful icolden
color so in cu admired; it is perfectly harmless; to be nad
ol all apothecaries and lancy goods dealers. Sola agents.
R. HOVKN Oi*..N A sUN. i.omlon. Kngiand.
N
OTaBLE TRADKSMciN in imius.
AU GRAND HnrEL?PARIS. PLACE DB L'OPERA.
patticnlarly recommended.
Bedrooms irotn ?*> Iruucs a day.
Tension -'<> tranes a day, inc u'lini lod^in*. boarl aal
wine. There are three now Una.
HOTEIi MIKAKKAU-8 RUE DE L. V PAIX CXHK,
NOVAS, TKol'rtthTOil. Kirst class establiabmsst.
In high repute atuoni; American families.
ALFH. OIROUX -43 HOi;LEVARL) DisS OAPUCIX&l
Bronr.es. l ane. Articles ol Virtu, Toya, Morocco.
AU PrJIT ST. I HO'?AS UliY GOODS NoVc-LTIES,
t Ostumea, Silks. Rue do Hac. 27 to 3.V
AU I* i? E. i? RLE VIVIENNli. PLAIN AND IfANCK
bilks, colored and black Velvets, Novelties.
American tailor, john ehrendvll
20 Chaussee d'Antin. and Boston. United States.
APaKT.Mi-.NTS. I HUSKS. K.-sTaIKS, AOEVT ?0*_
Wells-Pargn's Egpress. Sidney ( Spark. 7 Rni ScrllHw
BRUSHES. s'TA rioAEKY, FANCY GOODS. JONRS.
23 Boulevard d's llapocines
CARKlAUi-. HI li.OK ts. MILLION, GUIET A CO.,
liO Arcnue Montaigne. _ __
'VINEs (, 1,1ST uKOiVrll)?CLARET, BOUROOGNE,
f, t.'hauipaxna. sherries, Brandies. Cuvlllier. Id Raa
t/ de la I'alx.
'CONFECTION (WHOLESALE) FOR LADIES.
Kobes. Costumes, liautj N<mveaute.
II. Jotirdan St G. Uiirv, ??> PI ice de la Bourse.
FURN ITU RE, TAPESTRY, OECORaTIONS. KLEURtOT,
bv appolntnieiit to the Khedive. 6 Itue Lnp jletlftr.
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