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NM Min«r Publishing Company. TERMS—BT MAIL: jS m .... IN IN ■■BMral far OuiMr, N m itwM# to Uw C l f rtlf M M r 2li1IM»«MlWim»l VOLUME e, BJJTTE. MONTANA: SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 9. 1882. WHOLE NO. 862. THE DAILY MIXER UUI.1SBRD BT Til MIN'ER PUBLISHING CO.. rKRMH-Hr MAIL O is Yt-nr p.os'ita - prepaid ' .......... stî.on. IX Mosul» •• •• ......... - (N. Tjt«-s " •• •• ........... AOS. by liis C'arrisr at CS cent«» week, p Able »I en.t of each week. Bi'ulinotdn, VL, Sept 1.—Else lioo returns corns In elowlj bcrsnd precedent, much 1 cm Uni sali tbs stete having bssH bssrd Sin. Be* turns Indlcsts a Repobllean sots of 35,000 and a Démocratie sots of 15 , 000 . The vote b very light In the üMood district. Only Sirs towns base been heard from. Lsm than half of them also Poland 7,488; Fletcher, 5,462; Giant and mattering 2.MS. Indications are there is no choice, which will nossMitats a sec ond election. In tbs First district Stewart is dectsd by 10,000 majo rity . White Riven Junction, Sept. 8. —'Twenty.nlns mer e towns la the district give Poland, 8,181; Fletcher, 1,044; Dunbar and scattering, 448; Grant, 084. Poland's mg|srity osar all, 1,108, scan aggregate majority In 107 towns of 8,188 oser all. with 58 toons to be beard from. Tbs com* plosion of tbs First district Is not changed by addltienal returns. Washington, Sept 8.—Tbs sig nal office report the cy cl one r ohrrod M yesterday Is now sooth of Cuba, moving In a northwesterly dl c oetis a into the Gntf. Tbs fsHewing tel sg m m is last re received from Oegtaamie, Alaska, dated Jnly 80th, 1888: Via Ban Knancisoo, Sept 8.—To tbs chief signal ogles, Washington. —The party Is all safe and well. All work nas been carried oat The eteom whaler North 8tar was srnsb* sd by tbs lea and sunk a few mitas from this station Jnly 8th. Tbs crew were fed and sbeiewd hers an* til thetas broke. B ow h snd delivered limtanamt commanding Bimml'Bcr vtas Port Borrow Espcdittan. Ban Fnancisco, Beat. A—By the whaler Thomas Pope from the Are scaltis learned that the steam ' In tic thetas at Point Barrow. Jnly 8th. teased and b sheltered North Star was ______t Pol Tkecrewwaa-------- at the United States signal i till the arrival of the whalers head and Belebtere which took-- oft, except the captain and en gin ee r , who chose to remain at the station. A Victoria dtaaatch says A strong, now principal secretary, returned ta the new WjdnlL district by a majority of flfty-four, ___ O ms k Athens, Bent. A-Ti^pta, the Greek prime minister, telegr aphe d jo ths Greek consul at Alexandria tar Information In regard to Anton» Paata, arrested for connection with the rumored eompiracy of the Greeks In Egypt. The consul replied that the object of the ««»piracy was the Khedive and Chris to thins, and to mum» wvwrai Antonio Panto was ths only Greek Implicated, and that bo was appoint ed Consular Agent In Bwatitae la 1878, but was never formally la Albxandnia, Sept. A—Antonie Paata, arreetsd on suspictan of being connected with the plot against ths Uves of Europeans will be sent to Groms; Hem not Consular Agent m list stated. The polies advised several other sne p s etsd persona to qalt the city. A 8re broke out early thh morning In Eas Cherif Puaba's Jiouse.Severaj persons snopoctod of having started the 1rs ha m been arrested. A Now View of an Old Bahjoot Bakatooa, Sept. 8.—In the social ■since sms ei ettan. the paper of Wai ter Chaonery, of Bmton. of the board of health, wav read, tallowed by a commnatanttan from Dr. Baker on the ■abject and a ------- _____RevTj. T.Prime, of the New York Obeereor mid : "Drank enaemtaaerims, and bo protested against its being called a d isea s e. " He mid ths best remedy a Buds can apply is to prohibit tbs eatasf liquors wbish produce Intempérance. New Yonx. Bept. A—In the pigosa shooting match In New Jersey, yes tsrdsyTbetwosn C. Duotyu, the cham pion wing shot of Detroit, andl). Guthrie of California. «hot tar #28®* aside. Daetyn wpnby a score of 74 to 71. K assassin, Sept. A—The enemy showed an Increase of bsldasm V«* terday. A fame of 8» men was ob served within a half hour's amrehot the British camp. The enemy dta K ied m peasants frequently ftrsat Britisa Vedeti ittes. London, Sept. A—A 8»»occurred In Ph Harmonie theatre at Isliogjtoa thb morning. The roof of the build ing hm fallen in and ths Intertac of the hones b completely burned out. Tbeauthoritiesliavederided to at once tatifÿ Aden. A somber of heavy gum will be sent there. Nashville, Sept. A—Mrs. Baiuh V. Youag.a respectable woman, aged M, wm outraged Boturdoy. nmrÜ n tao City, by a negro named Winteon Wade. Late night a mob of a hun dred seen hung trim to a ties. I to tho Front. Wasminoton, Sept. A—Tho fiite ictacbment of astronomers author ised by Congress to oheerve the trau st of Venue eo the 8th "f December ■rill leave hero to-morrow morning for Han Fraacbeo eo route ta New Little Rock, Bent. A—The Cblek naw Indian Legtalaturo «mmniaed. Jov. Overton wm declared eleeted. Me delivered hb message, dwelling itrongly on tbe neeeetety ot schools, \ penitentiary, and a tax cn cattle priag through. London, Bout. A—Blteratbol, the lelebiated racehorse, bdead. Wcodchole, Sept. A—JbcProte leut and party arrived from New York thb morning. Hiooinbville, Mo., Bcpt. A—No poUtkal or other mob occu r red here, n reported from Wash ingto n lute OoLnma, e. C, M. i-n. trU df CS«*. U. it ktUlM L. W. Bhlr. «jwl.i.t OiwähMmr, W> gsa at Ksabaw csnrt to-day. Oswboo, Sept A—Ths ninth an nual meeting of tbs Women's Chris UaaTemperance United ftoetettasof New Yarn con von sd to-day. A bigs . Lansdo, Texas, Sept A—The rim in the Rio Gran-ta carried oft ths ro malndsrof the bridgm of ths Inter national A Great Northern A Mexi can National railroad which epanned the river there. Paws, Sept. A—A number of per- sons bidasEiag. to ths eo called of Patriots" last evening the manager of Lantern* ---- T . TheaflElr b connected with the recent anti-Gwumn demon* straiten by the tasgns. EvttBKA, Mov., Sept. A—ThsDeae scratte State Convention —smbled at lftSAand was called to order by J. A. Mahanncy, Bs cr st a ry of ths State Central Comasittas. A ' petary organisation was ma. Geo. W' Baker of sleeted Chairman, and J. A. nay Secretary. A Committee on C redaatiate was appointed, and the eon v an tien ad j ou r ned tarons hour. ot Thirty Y< Ths tallowing b a list of tbs politi cal murders and attempts upon ths Urns of rubra sines 184A 1848—November 28-Ths life of tbs Duke of Modena was attempted. 1848- June 81—Ths Crown Prince of Prussia waa attacked at Minden. me 88—Robert Pats, an ex it m the army, attempted to T7|^dnnln mmmmotJw qgV^Bm v l ew nB» 1851—Mar 8 1 B cfe io q nc, a workman, ■hot at Frederick^ Williams IV, King of Prueote, and broke bb fare lie 1858— May 84—An infernal vn fauad at Marseilles, with It bud been intended to Napoleon III. 1868—Fc which destro y _ -February 18—Ths Emposr Fraaefa Joseph of Aaetria was griev ously wounded whlfa walking on ths ramparts at Vienna by a Hungarian taitarnamed Libxea. 1858—April 18—An attempt an ths life of Victor Femnnei va reported to ths Italian Chamber. 1858—July 5—An attempt was made to kill Napoleon III as be was entering the Opera Coasique. 1854— March 9B— Ferdinand Chartas III, Duke of Forma, was killed by an unknown asaa, whoatabbed him in the abdomen. 1855— April 28— Napoleon III was fired on at the Champs Elyaeos by Giovnni Planeri. 1858 -April 28—Raymon Faentee was arrested in the act of firing on Imbella, Queen of Spain. 1858—Deco aber 8—Ageoltas Mibno aaoldbr, stabbed Ferdinand HI of N a plee, with hb bayonet. 1867—August 7 — Napotaon III Main, BaroorotU Gibaldi and Orilto were sentenced to death tar coming from Loudon toamaminats him. 1858 January 14—Napoleon III tar ths filth tuns. Orrinl and hb amoslatoe throw fulminating bombs at him as he was on hb way to ths iws»-s>«oc— «y " T". r; r~-' nam e d Domine fired aptatol at Queen - #il - ---- 1881- July 14-King William et Praseb wm far tho Arte tin» shot at by Oscar Becker, s tendent at Baden Baden, Banker fired twice at him, but mimed aim. 1882— December 18— A tendent! Amalb of Groses, (Priai barg) at Athens. 1MB D ec emb er 24—Fonr more eoa 3 d raton from London, again* the fe of Napotaon III were arrested at Porta. ... 1885—April 14— P re s ident Lincoln orm shot by J. Wilkes Booth. 1808—April 8—A Russian, named Kavaiasoft attempted Cmr Alexan der's life at Bt. Petersburg. He wm foiled by u peasant, who wm enobtad for tbs deed. 1807—Ths dor's life was again at tempted daring tbs groat Exposition at n review In ths Bob do Boulogne, "SSfclnas 18—Maximilian shot 1808—Jo os 18—Prince Michael of Borvb wm killed by tho brothem Radwarnwitch. 1878—Tho Ufa of Amadeus, then newlv Klugof Bpulu, wm attempted. 1872—August—Col. Gutteries marn ai noted P resident Balte, of tho Re nKS^Mwiy 1—Pretedent Morales fEcuador, wm s e me ei i aamin ids h wt » »»» ...... Hocdel, albs Lehman, tbc Bo ctellte. Lehman flrvd three shots at tho Emperor, : who wm rvtuming from a drive with tbeGrand Dnebeee oMtedenV bat mimed him. IKTt-Jane 2— Emperor William •hot at by Dr. NnbiHiig while ont riding. Ho received about thirty — »P-«--, i. th. neek and be. ^Si-Anril lî^AttrSpted mm-1 einariou tethe Cxar, at Bt. PriereUm hv one gotawjew. He wm executed y av * < 1 CT 9 —December 1—The assassina 1 ttau of the Cxar attempted by a mine mSJ? strata mvMmow. Tere TkrVmbrr 80—The King of sc&s 1 *" " w " h *""■ ,lUl 5 —TÄ «ïï! _________I nated. P rete de nt GUI, of Pur inated by Common Maeno, of 1877—Jai »MT 1878 - May 11-Thc Emperor William, of Gernmay, wm ebte at again, thb Unw by Emib Henri were kHted end forty-five * 1881 —March 18—Tbc Cxar killed ^IWlWnlir 2—Pre te d en t Garfield ___ ---- ' " . , .. Mrs. Elba Ourflted, mother of the late Pretedent, b visiting beneidete ■on Mr. Thomas GarflcIcL at ^m»^ town, Ottowneeuuty. Her tor, Mrs. M- G. Larrabee, and Harry Garfield, son of the President, necom ponying ber. Tbe President s wife hmnimtahed her husband's brother _____ tnhaiU > lloe ho m e ana CSKJjSi___________ tbe menas to build a fine home and barnia token of am^reetattau of his ■tnifty work to help hm niother fight S ^lffrom the door in hb yo n&. Prince Leopold end 1 hb eteved the eehool childrw» of Eteier , nearly 488 In nuasber, at Cbremoat on July 2Mh, when they had their œs 1 sftÂsrîSJa äs ab 114 erith a toy. CUPID'S CAPBR8. > St ory of a '—A Bonntlftal Bolle Palta Lorn With a in, Ths story b one a bleb muet be tak en withe great deal of allowance. Upon one ride there b only a chorus singer, on the other, Mbs Nellie Ha staune; but if the troubadour b to be be l ieved there have been experiences of more than naming richness at the Cave during toe last week. Juba Amweg b a blonde, short built gentleman with a fair voice, fine eyas and a good leg. He has held enbordlnary positions in the Ford Opera Company tar some tisse past, and that b ths Amt time prob ably hb name has appeared promt IV IIBMI MW at tbeGave^ and seemed only to take an in terete In ths proceedings when he wu on the stags. Mbs looked at him fixedly, and smilingly, bo toys, until at bat hb attention was drawn to her, and one evening—it will be remembered that all of thb b Am weg'* story—she took the boqoet from her b re as t , kissed it, and by moving It about, pinned bb atten tion to it. Then, with a smile, she placed it under the amt where she wm sitting. As soon as the curtain dropped, Amweg hastened to the pises and seen tea the flowers, among w h om there arse a note, and then he asked the friend who the lady wu? "Mbs Nellie Haslctine," was the whobsbe?" "11» belle of Hi. Louis." An interview arm arr a n g ed, in the sou m s of which, Amweg mys, the bdy told him that she had received ninety-nine eflbra of marriage, one of them from an old man in New York worth fifteen million dollars, that ehe wm a democrat and he wm marry whets she did not love. He ■ays that ehe went on to tell him Hist he, Amweg, wm ths only man that tou c hed her heart. Amweg mid that he replied that he hadn't a II vs dollar bill in ths world, and that he woild jute meson settle down in Bt. Loub m anywhere. Several notes, he al leges, pmeed between them, and two photographe, upon the back of one which wm written, "Yours until death do w part, Nellie." Naturally, all tbb good fortune, real or alleged, turned Amweg's head and he confided the matter to two or three down friends, besides writing borne to bb mother that be was going to get married, and sending her one of tbc letters which be daims to have received. Of course, the story spread. Late Monday night Mbs Haslctine and her mother left for the White Hulphur Springs in Virginia, where they now are. At thb point Amweg may be left for a little while and the attention of the reader concentrated on Mbs Ha- sletine'e brother and Mr. Fred Para- mote, who, it wm explained, "had a right toad in the premises." Them two gentlemen beard the stories ■float and concluded that the proper course to pursue eras to punch Am wag's eye, and ta thb purpose the sweet singer wm yesterday afternoon beguiled up into Mr. Pars more'» of- fice on the fourth floor of the building on the southeast comer of Fourth ; and Pino. Mr. Hasbtioehad asked m || r . Linn to be present m Ainweg's friend to em fair play. As soon m tbejmrty gathered, Mr. Haxleüne ___Mr. Amweg If be bod mid he wm going to marry hb sister? Mr. Amweg replied that that arm his in tention. Haslctine then struck Am weg with hb Ate, which wm return ed and the parties caught each other by the hair and swung round and round m though practicing a new fangfcd german. Mr. Puamoro in tbe meantime produced a cowhide, which he bad bought for the occa sion, and wm welting for somebody'» C els to get tight so that he could ve a littb of tbc pta himself, when be wm collared l»y Mr. Linn, who re marked that one at a time wm enough tar Mr. Amweg. Of courue Mr. I*ar amoro rmeuted thb interference, and for a time there was a double shuttle. In which much hair, many collar but tons, and considerable temper were lote. When everybody was tired of Lie circus they all drew oft and be gan to discuss the matter. "You know you mute be mistak en," said Will Haxletine; "you may be honest lu what you believe, but my stater could not have written you any letters." "Bat I've got the letters." "Where?" "Oat at my homo." Me wm compelled to give Haxle tiae a written order to search through i hb trunks, and that young gvutle ! man soon returned looking very j mneh annoyed and bringing ivo let ten and two photograph*. Tue young bdy'e friends stfo declared i that there wm some mistake—tiiat Amweg hm been imposed upon by ! one of tho Haxletine servants, and he • wm asked to come ont to the house and see If he could not identify one ; of the girls there. On the wa y out j Haslctine asked him to deserilw the I posittau of the furniture in the par , lor If be really luid been there, and i he did thb very correctly. At the i homeHaxbtinc summoned one of [ the servants, a very pretty laundress, I aÄÄöäÄra -ft 5 ! ïwhSÎSuTJr ÄwÄS: him from hb etorv, and the idea w« abandoned, and the party broke up on the Haxletine door step. All four of tbe gentlemen were pretty badly |y rumpled up from the fuss at Pera more's ofllee, Amweg being espeebl- : Hr hretrn up about the bead aad face ; £ t hat be could not appear upon the ! B| ^ ^ nWlt . i Troteay he brought two suits dnugh-j^inm will Haxletine end Fred panrawre, on ® mmult with in | j, B | | 0 um, and the oilier for civil i gonuuns. The ease b more tlian a rthbre. —Isadnltr Jkmocrat , ..... <« etnuc etit bre. Aug. 18. ^ Queen Victoria Invariably trans acts her public business between breakfast and luncheon, and hardly once In a mouth does she concern heneit with public allkin at any eth er Ume. Experiments at a eoet of |30 ( <moare being made at Berne with a view to tnetfam ttareugh theHt. GoUiard tunnel by means of electricity. SIDB DI8BB8. Before marriage she wm dear and I ho wm her treasure; but afterward j ■be became dearei and be t reasurer ,. and yet they are not happy. Love in laughing mood: A Brook lyn young man sub hb sweetheart ! "Bibuce," became when he wants to kirn her ehe "gives cornent" An Iowa minister hm adopted a ; new system of prices for marrying. He chargee finir cents a pound for j the groom and two cents for the bride as hb wedding fee. One of tho greatest pleasures of, railroad traveling to tavern hm been destroyed. Now, just before a train enters a tunnel a buccaneer goes, through the ears and lights all the lamps. Tbe other day a bdy began to | thank aman who gave her iris scat in a terete car; the ear started end ! ■befell Into the proffered este with a j bang that jarred her store teeth out. j Now we understand why tho girb , who never thank a man ta any terete i ear civilities bold their On the shelly shore: "Come, Cicc- < ly, dear, are you not going into tho | surf?" orm tbe query of an enthusiast in bathing. "Not now, thank you. i My toilet Is too complete; I can't af- j find to waste another two hours in \ getting up my complexion." Her i friend had forgotten that tbe color of | her face wm not adhesive and would j waehuftin the waves. * . Mildmay hm never been in the ; habit of punblring hb children, lenv- ' ing that dbagreeal-bduty to his wife, ! bat tbe othei day one of his numer- : ous progeny became very unruly and ! he was obliged to say: "Flora, If: you don't keep quiet, I shall have to whip you." "Pooh!" retorted little ; 3-year-old, with a contemptuous tom ! of her dainty little head, "jou ain't, the mother." A well-to-do Philadelpbbn was au earnest suitor for the heart and hand of a sprightly Camden widow. After a long courtship which had failed to satbfy hb expectations, he ventured, upon a certain occasion when -lu* »<*• to lie in patticular good humor, to reproach her for her indifference. "Ah," mid sheeoqaet bhly, "I want to believe you, but how can I? You are a director in half a dosen gas companies." 'Can pa make a circus, ma?" "I don't know, Johnny' I suppose he could If he had a great deal or money to buy horses and wild animate; but why do you ask, Johnny?" "Oh, nothing much. Only I row that Gaston fellow that you told ste to have nothing to do withstand with his arm around her at the back gate tat night, and he said toste, 'I s'pose if yer old man came along now he would make acireus.' and ste laughed and said, 'you bet!' " Wretched Life of tho Cxar. Most wretched indeed must be the life of the Cxar, if even a tlibe of the , stones related by usually trustworthy ! 8t. I'eterelaiijr correspondents may be credited. In the harbor at Peter-' bof all tbe veeeeb have, it te said, fre S iently been alarmed and searched i ree times in a single night, while the Imperial yachts are constantly : kept with anchors weighed and steam up to Ita-illtate tlic instantane ous flight of tbe Romanoff family if occasion demanded. And the belief ; te current that tbe Cxar bos ordered all hte movable property of every sort, to lie moved and safely lodged iu ■ some foreign tend. Meanwhile the Boyal aristocracy, xeahais adherents to tbe Ronianolr throne, unceasingly urge the necessity of immediate cor onation, this ceremony they say, i would allay the uneasiness in the ; provinces, stop disaffection in the ar my aad navy, and greatly add to the . Emperors prestige among tin* masses, , who will regard hte authority s* hav ing thus received the stamp of Divine recognition. Ho impressed te Alex andria by these arguments, it tesaid, tbst be te secretly preparing for a sudden coronation, ntlier in the Ka- 1 san Cathedral, Ht. Petersburg, or in the Palace Chapel, Peterhof, the ; announcements regarding a corona tion at Moscow being made merely ■ to throw the Nihilists oft the track. : The reception of almuet endless grat ulatory deputations after the corona- : tion is also a source of terror to the. Cxar, and it te reported that these : will be iNwtponed until a safe place and time can be found. Mexican Forms of Worship. Of the whole system of Mexican worship by far the most prominent feature was its astounding fcrocitv. : It was drenched iu every part with human blond. Its priests were au arniv of sturdy buichere, whose high est (unctions was to cleave the vic tim's breast with these'.'rificial hatch et and pluck out bis palpitating heart, its devotees wer cauniWls who de v ou red the victim's fie-h in sacra mental feast, and, like the priests of Baal, cut themselves with knives and lancets. Each month had its festivals of slaughter, and in tlic cap ital alone 20,Ouo human victims are said to have Iktii annually offered. From slaves and criminals, from prisoners captured in war, undertak en for the lairpoee, from troops of children purebwed for sacrifice, was, the ghastly death contingent continually recruited. Home were fatted in the sacred cages, oth ers loaded with honore and sated with scueual delights to make them tbe acceptable offerings; some perished on the altar by the fatal stroke of the priest, others in tbe mockery of glad itoriai combat. Home were flayed alive, others were flung headlong In to mountain whirlpools and takes, never was superstition so sickening with Intolerable horror».— Btnek woo<V » Magazine. De Lcsseps. wbo te opposed to the Hsuitary Commission at Huex, says that cholera lias never come from In dia to Europe by sea. In all the years that the French and English £ * ackets have run between India aud birope they have not introduced a »iu- Ic case iuto Egypt. The caravan of pilgrims has never brought the malauv Into Damascus, nor has the caravan which returns to Mecca into Egypt by way of Huex. The engagement ring given bv a wealthy young German to hie be trothed, whom stepmother te a New Yorker, was hte first tooth set in dia monds. They have been married re cently with great eclat in Germany. FLYING OHIfiDBBB. Stride Twenty-five Foot. fsetnlckUy Review. The legends about tbe horee iu question are so well known that it is ■earesly necessary to enlarge upon them. If his stride, like that of Eclipse when extended, covered twenty-five feet, it was eight inches longer than the strides of tbe Flying Dutchman and Vteligenr when they were straggling head to head oppos ite York ritraad in 1851. The two horses, while the contest was at its height, reached over exactly the mm# space of ground, and that space wm twenty-four feet four inches. Tho portraits of Flying Cbikivre commonly represent him with his hind legs stretching abnormally far baek. If, by some exceptional lev erage power, be could bring these hind legs perfectly under him when be galloped, hie length of stride end hte superior speed would lie not un reasonably accounted for. He won twe matches and received some for feits at Newmarket, bat hte greatest achievements were not performed iu K blie. He te said to have given x, almost the best runner of lib time, twelve pounds, and to have beaten him a quarter of a mile, over the Beacon course, which te very much ae if a dark three-year-old had met Robert the Devil last year at Doncaster, and reached tbe goal be fore Robert had come to wnat te called the end of the white rails. The Duke of Devonshire wm in the habit of buying aunuslly some of Mr. Childers' "young things." On one occasion a dispute arose between them as to whether tbesuni due from the Duke to tbe 'Squire was to lie calculated in guineas or pounds. "Throw In," exclaimed the Duke, "that ngly little white-faced devil hwking over the gate yonder, and guineas it shall be." No sooner said than done. Childers went witli the lot to Cliatsworth, and was there need as a hack. Returning one day with letters across the moor, he |sws«d the exercising ground of the Duke's accepted racers. The boys jeered at him m he went by. crying out, "Come, now. let os see wliat that wonderful high-bred nag of yours can du" This invitation eras straight way accepted, and the curiosity of Childers' critics satisfied at once. It te needless to add that tbe hone was immediately put into training, and the Chateworth post pony found him self at once transformed into the pride and terror af Newmarket. His comparatively small sixe was consid ered at Amt, I suppose, to uiifit him for racing. The same thing happened with Giuicrackafterward—soinesuoh accident disehmed his superiority, and the wondering groom rushed to tell hte master that the "little Cripple colt could beat tbeiu all." True Inwardneee of tho Mascu line Apparel. (T -caro Tflb-'liC. One of tlic great female writers on reform, in trying to illustrate bow terrible the female dress is, says : "Take a man aud pin three or finir taub cloths about him, fastened baek with elastic and looped up with rib bon», draw all hte hair to the middle of hte head and tie it tight, and hair pin on five pounds ef otner hair and a big bow of ribbon. Keep the front locks on pins all night and lei them ti>*kle his eyes ail day, pinch his waist into a corset, and give him gloves a sixe too small and shoes tlic mine, and a liât timt will uot stay on without torturing clastie. and a little lace veil to blind hi* eyes whenever lie goes out to walk, aud lie will know *l:at a woman*» drew is." Now you think vou have done it. don't you, sir? Why Ides» yon, that toggery would lie heaven compared to what a man has to contend wilii. Take a woman aud pul a pair of four shilling m m'» drawer* on her that are two tight tliat they get damp from perspiratiou they stick so you can't eros* your legs without an abrasion of t.ic skin, the buckle in til; back turning a somersault and ■ticking the points into your spinal meningitis; put on an undershirt tliat draws across the chest so you feel as though you must cut a hole in It, or two, aud which te so short tliat it works up under your arms and alloars the starched upper shirt to »and pa per around and file oil* the akin until you wish it was night, the tail of which will not stay tucked more than half a block, though you tuck, and tuck and tuck ; then fasten a collar made of sheet zinc, two sixes too »mail for you. around vour neck ; put on a vest and <*oat and liver pad and lung i ad, and a |torous piaster, and a chatnoute shirt i-et ween the two others ; llieu nut a bunch of keys and a jack-knife ami u l-utton hook and a |»M-ket-hook aud a pistol ami a plug of tolmeco in your isicket* so they will chafe your jwison, and go urn) drink a few whiskey cocktail* and wulk around in the sun with tight boot* on. and you will know what a man's drew te. ('onto to figure it up it I» alsNit an even thing, sis. Isn't it ? A Scandal that Drew. Hays the Boston (The venerable clergyman arose slowly iu the pulpit, and ulancing around on the thinly-scattered congregation, said in an emphatic tone, in which there was more of sorrow than of. anger: "My beloved brethren. I im in hopes that there will be more pres ent next Habbath, a* T will then have occasion to reveal a scandal which has long oppressed my heart. It concern* the oiembere of this church very deeply, and no one who has a regard for eternal happiness should be absent." When the (•enediciiou was pronounced the handful of let* pie slowly dispersed, hut lieh-dd how much good seed a few can M*att*r! The next Hunday tlic »acred edifice was lucked. There was, indeed, hardly breathing room when the white-haired sage once more lifted his head above tbe pulpit cushion», and a silence as of death fell U|stn the ex|ieerant throng. He -N*<«d a moment looking upon the unwonted scene, aud then hi* voice iu silvery cadence broke the hush of anticipa tion. "Dear friend*," he mid. "the scandal I would reveal is this—you will gather in this place in cro-vds to hear mischievous gossip, but will not listen to the explanations of the in spired word. Now, my childreu, I öfter my resignation. 1 am going to Europe for six months, and I shall pay my own expenses." But no one of the vest multitude took the lesson to himself; he applied it to bis neigh ; J ; ' ; - ' , ' : ; , ; i ; j ; ! > j ; ' ; ' : FORBIGN NBWS NOTBS. Spécial precautions are said to be j taken now to protect the Princes« i Louise from assassins. Queen Victoria's wedding present ' to tbe Duke of Westminister was a j very handsome thorough-bred riding horse. Tlic cost to the English Govern- ( ment of setting down a full-armed : British soldier in Alexandria te about 4001». For the first six months of this year 1.658 sows and fifty-seven bull* were ex|iorted from the I*leof Jersey to American p->rts. Guilford On-low, a well-known , uiemlierof tin* British Parliament, an advoeateof the Tielihorne claim ant, died on the 22nd of August. In the case of Grey it is stated tliat : the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland has been authorized to act as he sees fit. It te belie veil that Grey will shortly be released. Mr. Walter, the proprietor of the London Tint' *, has suppressed the life of the great editor of tbe paper. Delaine, which Sir George Durent has been prejut ring. The Dublin Mansion House i'om- i mittee for the relief of evicted ten ants will semi a deputation of Irish Mcndiers of Parliament to ask assist ance in the l 'ni ted States. Fractions of a penny have never been paid l»y tile Bank of England in distributing the dividend* <-u the national del»t. and the accumulation ' of the unpaid ('raclions amount to - £143,000. Rose, the devoted servant of Rach el, has jnst died in France at the age of eighty-one yean. Hiie had been twenty-live vcais in Rachel'» service and had always traveled with her, and when she died hnd close«! lier eyes. Mr. Jenkins«>n, who *ue*s*cded Colonel Bracken bury with a salary of $7,500 a year, as head of the Irish Criminal Investigation Department, ' distinguished himself greatly when very young at the outhreakof the In diau mutiny. It te attributed to Hir Garnet Wolseley that lie always fixes a date , for departure, for the end of the war, and for his return to London to dine with a few of lite agreeable friends. September 15th is the day on which he proposes to exterminate A raid. In S|iain an old custom among tbe rural people is never to eat fruit out of doors without planting the seed. The roads are lined witii trees, whose fruit is free to all. A n old proverb says: "Tbe man has not lived in vain who plants e good tree in the right place." A farm in Ka»t Lothian, Scotland, lias just been relet on a nineteen year lease at a reduction ol over 35 Î iercent rent. It comprises nearly 150 acres of arable land. The tenant te a new one, who «|iiits a farm on which his family have lived since the time of Charles II. l're|»aration* for the approaching transit of Venus are making at the Naval Oliservatory at Washington. The imrties of olwervation are now engaged in practicing the operation of photographing the sun, iu outer to acquire expedition and familiarity with the apiwratus, The old-time junks which have long made Japanese waters pictur esque are rapidly disappearing. A native pa|*crsays tliat "suij»-building in Japanese style is so rar giving place to foreign cost ruction that by ami by there will be no such a thing as a junk except in paintings." Tbe eighth annual exhibition of let;, hives, ami honey, just held at the Koval Horticultural Ganhns, South Kensington, »bowed the fuv- ' omble results of the eHorts wldcli have liecn made in late year« to stim ulate an interest in bee-keeping among |«oor |«eoj»lc as an easy and in teresting source of profit, requiring scarcely any outlay. Dr. Fini lias recently cremated at hte furnace in Milun the lanly of a Frenchman named Ht. Cyr Julien, who i* brother !«» a French Consul at one of the English cities. The t irocess itself consumed two hour», tut four additional hours were »leees sary to coo! the ashes, among which cotild r.* tor ward still !»• seen frag ments of teilte and several teeth. The excavation* undertaken by Dr. Hchlienmmi at Hi**arlik having coiue to a close, llaiiuii Bey, Direc tor ot the Imperial Museum at C«»n sbiutinonl -, lias gone to the Dardan elles witli several other :inti«|ii:irian* for tlic purpose of receiving the share of the discovered treasure*, which, by tlie term* of tlic firman. Moug» to tlic liii|>erin! Government. HirG irnct Wotedey w:i* remarka ble a* a boy for an iron wilt and a bulldog tenacity of purpose. One Uny In* elimlied a tree to gel uu es iiccially tempting apple, but the brunch breaking, he fell ami broke liteurin. netting III* teeth in* start ed up the tret*again, with hi* broken limb «langliug by hi* side: !»•• got tin apple ami fainted from p.iin<-ii n-aeli iiigthe ground. The new Italian cruiser, Amerietw Vespuciu*, i* built entirely of steel, and lta* a weight «*f 1 .*»•*» ton*. She lui* eight compartment- in lier hold, and, what tea .prahle fiat are of her, »tie ha* 2o cellular division* Is-tweeii tiie iron plated bridges below the wa ter line ami tin- bridge* of the eorri der ate»ve the line. This oder», it i» said, the erratest |m»»ible protection inn ship tliat is not iron-clad. Her dimension* are as follow»: l.«-iiaih. 78 me*re»; breadth. 7 metres .8; dis placement, 2. »*3 ion*. Hiie will have eight »tcel boiler* acting timicr a pressure of 423 atmospheres. The en gines are l.-V»t-hor*e jwwer, anti the sc.ew will tie «»f hrou/e. The prom teed speed Is from sixteen to seven teen marine mile* an hour. Hhe will hav ten cannon and two Norden tebi gun*, lier mast* are of tie* fnl! number, four of them licing p!a»«-d with steel. Haiuil l*a.-iia. whom the French are desirous to create Khedive in place of Tewlik, te almost a French man. having lived a greater part of lii* Hi* - in Furis.aud adopted French manner* and customs. Archbishop Lynch, of Toronto, es tablished an important precedent by liis presentation at tlic British «*ourt as a prelate of the Koniaii <'.tth*!ic Church, the first instance of the kind for two centuries. London ha» more tlian a thousand charitable institutions. The aggre gate income of these i* oTer SUm.ikiii, WO. i Tiie singiug of a burlesque hymn < in a London theatre, intended to rid j icule tbe Halvation Army, was furi ! ously biseed by the sudience. O'CONNELL'S RBADY WIT. How It Won Him Two Striking Victories. At the flare Assize* in F.uiite. two brothers named Hourigan, were ar rested for setting fir g t» a police i «ar rack, the property of Darby O'Grady, Estp, and it was stated tiie lorraek had been ignited by mean* of a jar of C iteh, fourni half consumed near the unicd barrack. O'founeli wu* employed for the defense, anil by bis de*ire a »killet of pitch was secretly placed near tiie witnesses' chair and over thiso'ctin ned placed hte bicad-brimmcd lint, so a* to effectually i-oncea! it. The princi|ia! witness for tiie prosecution swore "that lie discovered the bar rack on tire, and knew* tliat it was set on fire bv pilch, for he got tiie smell of it.'' "You know the smell •*! pitch, then'.'" said O'Connell. "J do, well," replied tiie witness. "You seem a man alle to »lueil pitch anywhere," said O'Connell. "Anywhere I found it." "Even here in this court hulls- if it were here." "No doubt i would " "Aud do you swear you «ion't get the smell of pitch here?'' a»kc«i O'Connell. "I do, solemnly," replied the wit ness. "If it were lu-re I'd smell it." Then O'Connell, tukiug hi* lint «-il* the »killet of ph-li which wu* placed lasbie tiie wit Mess' chair, cried: "Now you may g«> down, you |«er jured rascal! Go down!" This saved Ids clients. The jury discredited the witness. At Limerick O'Connell had a «-use to defend which presented slight hopes of his U-ing aide to obtain an acquittal. Hte two client* were in dicted for robbery, and the ease wa* substantially proved against 'them. They called a young priest for test l moiiy as to their character for hon esty. lie thought to make a pur.«<le of his learning I y the u*c of big word», ami hi* replies to tiie usual iu quirie* were in the mo.-t |*dIv>ylia ble terms lie could devise. H iving stated "their reputation for recti fi ent ion of habitual propriety wa* ex emplary and commendable." Judge Torrens, who eluded witli irritation as tiie young priest rolled out each jaw-breaker, at lust cut him »hört with: "Coiue, sir. no more of !hi <. Say shortly wliat y«ai know of these men. Are they honest'."' "A* far a* my ex|terii ncu of tlo ir deportment. I am under that im pression." "You think they are. Tliat com prehends a great deal," »aid tiie Judge, Mill displaying temper. Turn ing to the priest, lie siihl: "That will do—go «(own, sir!" O'Connell, ii»*tmdiig an air of great indignai ion, a* the priest shuttled «>■'! the taide, tiiidressiiig the prisoner* in a tone of deep e«uiiiiii**t'ratbui, said: "My poor fi- 1 tows, bigotry i* on (be liem-li, ami when your excellent young priest lia* liecn so igno • im - ötisl) turned «nit ot court. I am in dv sfniir of licing able to »t-rvi- you. Here'* your brief and fee." He tiling the brief and tlic note* to the ageut for tlic prisoner*, ami com ineu«*ed putting on lii* cloak, limiter ing: "My inn«N*eiit client», I de*|«iir altogether now of your a<*<|uiltal. You'll lie hanged, ami never wer» men hanged more unjustly. Tiie on ly b«|ie I can l«M»k to i- that, if your sentence i* uot «-arried intoexccution before the twelve Judge« meet, I will bring tin* oiitrageou- ease In-fore them." This had tin- •-lite-t iuleiuie«!. Judge Torrens invited o'Conin-ll l<* continu«- the defeii*e of hi* «-lient*, ami to llii», after wem* prclcmictl re luctance, O'Connell axseuted. The ease went on, and the Judge, to show lie wu* no bigot, put tiie character fin ImtieMy given the prisorm-r, by the priest so Mroii-'ly that tiie jury almost instautiy brouirht in tlu-ir ver dict, not guilty. The Suez Can» •. The first thought of a tamil acros* the isthmus of Suez i* a»* iil»«l t«» tiie great Kann -sc* of SesoMris a- he was «nilleii i*y the Gi\-ek*, of who.-» 00 year»'the monument* are :«lm«»»i eoiintle*». How fur be proce»-«lc«l witii the woik te n«»l known, imt lu te related to have employ« «I hiswenltb of captive* in its coo-lru* ti<»n three and a liaif iniilenuiiiin for tin- pnr|*»*e. The n-i*»rt* ever, of Najsilcon'*« ngim ci* many «»f tlm-e wim *iil«s*-<|iseiitl> • X aiiiiii«-«l tin* groumi lu-ii «li*--««urag ing. .-uni, unlit M. «!eL«**'«-|is I«» k t:u matter in hand, nothing pr-«cti--d wu* d««l««- low.irils th«- :;••♦•« •*»i|»ii-*!i Inent of the project. Tin- liim.il«, giving iiiiii autiioiit.v I«» I'orni a « «»rn l«:iliy. was graiitel by Hni«i in I s -**. and «»il A| ni 2 1 ». I' V*. at l'««rt Haid. eailcil after tliat Vu ero.v. the first »»I wa* < ut. On Augu-t 15. I v «-''. tin <1:III that k«*i«t tbe Water-- o' t ilb'<i Sen fn «Il I the M««iite!|-.;li« aii w»*> »ev ens i at Sue*.and iu tic mü-ming November the canal was tumi dly opened for trail!«', limuln •'«>«•! nu-n of every nationality wer "■ 1 in it* eoii*(ru<-ti««u. u* if < it was a work «lc*tin«*i n»r ill tit of all count ih-*. I month* of !'* t*. 5*4 vi-*v u cuii il, in the *sime«jii.iri«-r «•( I nuiii'-er wa* and l«» Map li lit!* *car, v«-**«-!- I tered. The gross earning wa* Jt2.187.td », with a m f'is7,li». Tiiat it* u-«- w on tiie iiu'feai*- is «•voient following -tatiineul: — 11 iiuiul«« r of ship* |«i*-ing 1.477, with a tonnage of 2,230.«»* 18-si. the imnilier of *hi| tlic tonnage te-ilig 4.34 t,«*t«>, nr.d in 1**1. tiie Ve>«c!* liiiiiiitered 2.7.7, with an aggregate tonnage of Tiie saving imlistance from Fir.-i:<tol to lioiuiiay I «y the canal i* l.- i-»..iile* the c:i|h- route being lo.sW. a* ago hist 0 , 02 « it >y Egy nt. Tbi* year tic.* t««n nugc of vessel* passing tiir««ugli ill «-anal te in excess of any pi«-vior jM-riod. aud even in July, «le-pi-e t! disonlered state of tbe country, the iiif-rcuutile marine u-ing the «iutal was terg«-r tlian iu tlic «•orrespomting month last year.—Jfo/«//-*«|/ '!*. Pompadour la«-e te the new lr.ee for wearing iu tiie neck ami .-deeve* «-f dresse», tbr trimming llclius. Pompa dour collarettes, frill* ami t*r«vai bow*. Tids te a darned Ia«-c with K tried wiges, and its novelty eonstet* i each scallop having a raised ligur« made of applique muslin wrought on the edge* like the designs of Irish point. The Ijllep-r, over is. also SHI* «■!' survey . I.ow a ml «-f • einpi« v««t * slnov * hat riii- hi •in - « Ii r-l ti nt «• i- ti-cd tin •of |8*I. the till- CIO 1 of -!- h o! en T la.-l - •fir •t i«i-«#iii ; « •: ra- »tea dite ; In-in tiie n ! s 7 - .'. the hrough Was ;; g:j«i,;-o,i >. in - L'.U.'i, .ml in .7. with 7*1. "ri ii-iaml -»-.nie», against lie t««n igli i!i> in-viou* pile the OUR FASHION PLATES. Terra cotta in all its »hade* i* the «-lulling color. Small bir«te are imported in great quantities lor trimming l«onnct* and round liât*. Printed figure* on plain battet«' are »***d for moriiiiig fichus and Mpiuriw t«*r tiie nwk. Pale nun'» gray i* in vogue, lull 1* in-coming to few unh-s* c«uiil«iue«l with a i«rii.-hter hue. Heavy »ill: eiiibr«»i«ti*ry «hau- on tlo fi re** material i* t«» Ih* the lieight of fashion the coming season. Tiie late*! notion i* to wear a small faiicy-boidered hamlkeichicf peeping ont <*>f a sinrtll p«-- ket on the rigid or left hip. Ornament* iu «-nt steel, such a* buckle*, largo button* ami fanev br«H«cl»« - wilt In* irosi <»n tat! suits of light-tinted ladies' cloth. The newest trimming ribbons are the Ottoman rep* of thick yet soft quality, iu width* varying from two iii«*in-s t«> five ««r six. The newest vm-liting «ln-*es have ca-hnnre for I fie basque mil drapery, with Turkey r«*d ealh-o «-r dark blue l*ercit!c l»»r the plaited lower skirt. It i* rr«|H»ed that lat'ii* »hall adopt (lie Tuiki*li style ol wearing tlu-ir veil* next winter -tiiat te. over the mouth, chin ami nose, instead of the eye*. K«-ru ami ficelle «-«»lol'ed einbr«»i«l ere«l muslin wr««itgi»l in |w«lk-t »|«ot* aud scallop* i* used for «lottble trill* f«*r the m « k ami wrist*of «lurk surah or foulard dic*»e*. Tuvkev t vd calico «lre**e* f«»r «-liil dreii, made iu Mother lluht«aril style and trimm«.«! with Metlici laee, are very fashionably w >rn for niorning dn**c* at the *«-a*lu»re. Tiled«**«» Fiiglteh turl-an that wo men o| liishioii have n»eil lor travel ing and g« lierai morning wear throughout Il;e siimn.cr will remain in favor during the autumn. Newmarket lie* are nuuie ill hlaek lac**, with g«»id-lieadi-«l pin* crossed in the «vu! re, ami also iu fancy fold ed *iik or riMoii, with thr«* 1 imita tion hooks .-md t vt s. hooked togetln-r at distatUH-* «iowii the «-outre I'tisshiu pelisse suits of \elvetceli will lie worn in blaek ami «lark eol ors during tin- early auiimin ami tiie «ntire winter. The skirl will Ik sh«>rt ami round, and it* «»»-ly irim ming a ruche like tliat ««'i the |K-li*se. White or sprigged uiu.-din rouuii hat*, diiircd into shape «»ver liueiiiil liner*' ree«is and trimuu-d with //««te of satin rihlxni mu! eass-ad«-* *»f fancy lace, are worn witli light summer toiiei* in t«i\vn. an.I »-nuutry ill tin* Fast. Another velvet season teone««flhe ceitaiu'ic* annomutsl tiiu* early l»y the Mu ivbaiit*. Plush te spoken of eaii:i«-n«ly. ami indee«l «lepm-atiug ly. hec.nrô- it doe* not wear satisfm-» torily. Ilmiigli tin re w ill be many «-n* liiv eostuim * of pliisli *elit ovcMrntli Pari*. Fol I 'Mi morning suit* of velveteen an- to >•«- made wirii t*«-ite«l hunting jaci • is, or tin- short cut-away «'«»at* sUrli a.* e. iitb-mcii wear iu tin- morn ing. Tiie lower *kirl* will Is- pleated Imif its length, gored at (lie top, and tiie -r'-red part covered by ainpic «ira perie-. 'tiie l.iis • i,: u p -I? i* a ?;«ng close plain garment brought out fora w-rap for tin- inbrmeiliaic season. It •* .-liapt il like a tigtit rislingote, lias but few si-tuns, ami all i's ftiiliif-s* i* loassgd in [dait* in the liiiiMie M-aill of lie- biek. It •-overs the figure from neck to fi*«t. mid may Ih- l«ut joiiril down the entire »inglc-lin-asteil front. «>r ii i.i.iy tty open below tin. waist in front. Ih* ol t! ti-rin g-|.:a ns. i* tl:« «•md •ling : a brown ket plac. 1 alum* licci . It l- -diajH-i p-«k" , witl i large p shell ! cron r ii. Tin il* ci J-.', s : are Ii ni P»ll • »f tie twit!-. «•iu*: «T ««I fruit on oVel (to front. :iii \ ,'IVI it s! ri iig*. iin-nt at wa ,- osier iMiiinct, r» wick- r fruit l«a» t iiivcrtisi on the i Miniewliiit like a The trimming te a tin» left side ami d -i pair of narrow .\m««nv them: ny ix uiilünl present* giwii l*v i in- Duk«-««f Albany to his bride wm- a Im— fail with -tick* ««f «;««l«t. ii-!i j*e:ul in!-ii«l with g«»l«t. Tite>c-ti«-kr tap« reit towanlsi«« «-«Mill, lot ill'.'. t he M-irgnerii. •. ill,- di-sign where the bed ami (hit incut of the «•f the <>f tin lilt--t CO-Ily d:—* ««f Sum*, w tiicii are of i'1-oiiii-iM- • r|o*: «il those nut made of lac-have !:««v • urdcr*. s!l|c 1,0;- fi l>V ! Ut- s; ks. which colis« ! tIIIC am 1 itci sime pal r in ••*»!«•! ini; ly in g wa* tioral M da! »'• 1- ami m iv. -:m«l ! wa - iv peat cd in the l.ee. ro • JK-lai* Welt d.taciieil te it with < v.-i V liiovclll fan . Tlii* i-> a» ■ iilil-l i'.'d t\r i'«'«lin;-. Inau •y of sol a pMi t ami J-aï«-« i «•; lie tan itself. •• -miiig to ih«- v- ry «•«!'!«* of ;i lie lace Yuumr Mr. Gov-ld ô Th •;nti* «• Box. i l'Un he ii -alii. J.i v «: • iild Ü- lie* «• lam i « ipi-ra lion'—. aid hi* -«ii. G--«r :«• i - be a--oeja! . d % -III M «•• At iu tli> matia- - mei;i ^ -c.ing V r. « .*oi!d m< in • t-« iii.sk«- * 1 •« • hi,-dm — «-ojoya ifie, ;.i a!! « ••*n:-. , In- rrgtil lt:t !i't It.-.V, r i ..V. a- »oll i . ... |i„. -p,. 1 .all-ft-r.it'd ii-'o .» «1 :n for him. !«!-:- b . M by s 11,i* î *:i-: «•:!* lilt* p. --i to 1 I' SI. Nt i'"\ I ! « »VC, ll hit h I- Itull' I nle't •i foot, it;** g:.: !« iy. A i- ;:i :! r u - ! i the .1! of "• btliiti'!' : '!;■ o os«, sly wa* yard i ! .-v. i u i : I o to eomain a p ;l a « l i . .....Ill ale'l .. roeepti««* ' i" a- ;i oily ti. - i, ami ! > eoll-'v llil!l -!.« 1. Tin- ■•; «:•* ........ • i hfe by a fa ■!. -. . y O ! ■ -i.* y 'oiiî'h - : r. t. ii. u <b.n!i, el hi- friend- an gr-t *n a » * - nt v'.: 1 ..>«.! iid'iiu-! -.» itli tin- aii'ii iiiiii" n-M they will !•«• in daiim-r ««f do t»: miel'Mig li e P«r formers. It i- lie i« r-i'-'d that tl;«' dMiie-r- will i-.o h ■ prc|-;i|-e«1 «»n lie premise*, hm wiii he s. nt in from a ps'.i'irtiftl. Jin 1 • • \ .•[;• ns abo oil a pl--Jfe t«-:i«'iiu! to t •• • sta-c. back of which is the 'ar-:« -l green room in tin- «-oiintry. la ti !«•• it -, ivc «lay* of Jim I'.-k tlii- a pa rtm at wa* gavly |K «l|3v- by t'o- W olllc!! ••! I !"l l •> lütte, wl«o a- « nit«!« «I tin-!-- w 'c-ii n--t !>«• tn-tily employ* | :, t ihep«-rfori«iaoee*. and tii.oic a b.:.v, s-io\\ wiiii ilu ir t«,\,utvami I Di ! t c . t «i «: * -. The hall, big eltotluh to In Id p.-r-'UI*. Iu— since I«. ell «h v« »cd ebietty to tin »(••rage oi s • r. ry ami i r«»p*-rti«*, until il wa* ch ai- «i .«'.«•1 p:«int« «l •«>* op 1er «if * r. Gould, who will have it carpcli-<l. d«-coiate«l ami furnished «lazzün dy. II" vvi«l- litiy iKiicvcsin a revival of tlu-aii--n room, w tatli-vcr may b<- hi* i-I«-:»- the r,->t «»! ih<* drams.