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Greenville Times. A.TTJBDAY. HOV. 17, 1877. Tit Ctctteu. The snmsaary we published last week of the election! occurring November It h Lave been substsn tialiy verified. There was small tote throafhoat the country , ex cept la particular localities. The most important was the Pennsyl vania contest ; where the result of ' the known antagonism between the President aud the Republican managers wu watched with in- t crest. The State offlcea voted for were Supreme Judge, Treasurer and Auditor General ; which the Democrats elected by nearly 10,000 majority. It la aald that this Bepublicai defeat In a Republican State it due to the opposition of the party lead- era, the Cameron, to the Fresl deuts various policies. Very well, But when we are Riven the same reason to account for the greatly reduced Democratic majority In the State of New York the case becomes a little perplexing. In our own State, except a stray candidate here and there, Marshall county ia the only onj where the "Independent " opposition suc ceeded. In Bolivar a sharp trick was tried on Col. Clay and Mr. Alex Yerger, the Democratic constiu enta of the "fuslou" arrange ment in that county ; an opposing ticket being sprung on election day, which came near succeeding, Aa the-Radical candidates on the ticket are aaid to have been at the bottom ot the little game, we foar t hit will have a tendency to dis turb the entente cordlale, of "the happy family combination." Ia sober earnest, we do not know but that the success ol this swindle would havo had a healthy influence npon tho good people of our neighboring county. ftyfcf tie malty. The South Carolina ring is being brought to book at last. Cardoso, 8malla and Carpenter havo boon found guilty. After Cardoso's conviction the counsel for the oth- era of tho accused made amotion to reraovo the case to tho United Statea Court, on the allegation that Justice could not be had in the State Court. This motion would have prevailed iu our neighboring County of Chicot. But South Carolina being happily rid of the Sorrel breed of Judges it wns over ruled $ and the falsity of the mo tlon disproved by the conviction of Congressmen Smalls and Car penter. Rcm Stutari ra Eaves, Washington, Nov. 18 A special to the Baltimore (Md)Gaxettc, re garding yesterday's Republican caucus, makes Senator Conkliiig utter a strong denunciation of the Administration, and adds that he was seconded by Senator Edmonds much to the surprise of those pre eut Dawes, Hoar, Chrlatiancy and llooth were flatly In support of the President, but were met with violent opposition from Ilauillu Buruside, Oglesby, Howe aud oth ers. Ilainliu was especially out spoken as a stalwart opponent Tho only resolution, according to his report, adopted, was: "Ro solved, In all cases whero nomina tions have beou made in the South on the recommendation of Demo urate, the same be not sustained by tho members of this body, where an objection exists ou tho part of Southern Republicans" Hutnllu introduced a resolution that the caucus agrco to vote for seating Kellogg, when Chrlstiaucy jumped up and loft the caucus, Haniliu, finding his resolution would cause a split, withdrew It. : I" li a) af Si - r " TfcackgMsx rrtelamttai. Exkcutive Ofmck, i Jackson, Miss., Nov. 12, 1877. J The peoplo ol Mississippi havo been signally blessed duriug the ycur now drawing to a dose. And, as a State, it is becoming that pub lie acknowledgement of Praise and Thanksgiving be made to oar Di Tine Baler: Therefore, I, J. M, Stone, Governor of the State of Mississippi, do designate and set apart Thursday, November 29th, 1877, for public Thanksgiving aud Praise, and request the people of this State to assemble on that day in their usual places of publl worship, aud around their family firesides, and devote themselves to such services as shall be becoming to a people who have such obuncl ant cause to be grateful. Witness my band and tho Great Seal of the State, the 12th day of November, A. D. 1877. . . ' J. M. STONE, Ay the Governor: Jambs Him,, Secretary of 8tatc. Wharfage Decision. From taw Vickabarg Herald. 925. , Keokuk Northern Line Packet Company vs. City of Keo kuk ; error to the Supreme Court of Iowa. The principal question decided in this case is whether a municipal corporation ol a State having, by law of its organiza tion, exclusive right to make wharves, collect wharfage aud reg ulate wharfage rates, can consist ently with the constitution of the United States charge aud collect wharfage proportioned to touuage of vessels from owners on enrolled and licensed steamboats, mooring and landing at wharves construct ed on the bauka of a navigable river. The decision is that the right depends upon the character of the charge; that where it is c!early a duty, or tax, or burden, which iu its essence is a contribu tion claimed for the privilege of entering a port or remaining in it, or departing from it, imposed by the authority of the Slate, and measured by the capacity of the vessel, it Is prohibited; but if it Is a charge for services rendered, or lor conveniences provided, it is tn no sense a tax or duty, and Is lawful. The prohibition to States against the imposition of duty on tonnage was designed to guard against local hindrances to trade and carriage in vessels, not to re Hove them from liability for assis tance rendered. Wharfage is of the latter character, and it ro- maina the same whether built aud offered for use by a State, munici pality or private individual. Easteri War. A Russiau official dtspatch, dated Bagot, October 11th, says: Tho Turks last night attempted to sur prise tteuoral SkobelofTs positions The Russians were warned, and allowed the Turks to approach to within a hundred yards, when they received them with a heavy fire. The Turks retreated to an entrench ed position and maintained a vio lent fire until two o'clock this morning. It is reported that heavy lighting, favorable to tho Turks, has boon progressing at Plevna for the past two days, Clicfvet Pasha has gone toShtpka. Mehomet Ali will take command of the divisions at Orchanle. The Importation of rye aud flour Is ex emptcd from duty by Turkey un til the first of March, 1878. A tclo- gram from JJolny vubrik says "In cousequonce of the evacuation of this place by the Turks, tho Rus sians have contracted their circle around Plevna to thirty miles. The Russians havo ono hundred and twenty thousand men, sufficient to All two ccnllmctors of the lines of trenches around the whole posi tion. Five or tlx thousand cattle are visible in Unman i'anlio s po sition, and Other Indications show it probable that he can hold out thirty or forty days." Washington, Nov. lft. The cot ton returns of the Department of Urn m Crsasa Calais Ceaktall, The champion beverage of the South, for fifteen cents, lo to Let's. Agriculture, made during tho first week of November, compares tho product iu bales of that of 1876, The absenco of killing frosts Ib noted tn all the States. Sllgh frosts In tho more northern dis tricts have been favorable to a an increase of yield by hastening the ripening of lato bolls. Rains in October have been unusually heavy, interfering with picking. and causing staining and loss of fibre. The losses from the pre valence of tho caterpillars were heaviest in Texas, wero somewhat serious in Louisiaua, to a less ex tent, in Mississippi aud Florida, Tho following is tho comparison by States with tho crop of last year. Texas has the lowest per contage, and would bo still lower but for the 15 per centum increase of areas, Arkansas and Tennessee stand high not only br reason of good crop, but because their yelds were relatively low last year, and Alabama is above 100 only because her last crop was a very poor one, The figures are as follows: North Carolina. 91 ; South Carolina, 90 Georgia, 92; Florida, 97: Alaba ma, 106; Mississippi, 92; Loulsl us, 97; Texas, 82; Arkansas, 110 Tennessee, lift. This indicates about 4 per cent, reduction of the aggregate of last year, even if the future of the picking season should be as favorable at that of 1876 There are also reports of a low yield or nut to seed which may further affect tho returns Since tho November report, the crop in this section has received Its severest damage. Senator Gordon introduced resolution that a chlno of bells in tended for St. Michael's Church In Charleston, South Carolina, be admitted to this country free. They were presented to the Old Colony of South Carolina by the English Crown during theKovo liitlonary War. They were cap tured and sent to England, whero they have remained ever slnco. An English merchant, whose name is not riven, now proposes to send the bulls back to South Curohna. reiasjlvaila Elrctiai. Proa Ihs Philadelphia Chronicle. Having frequently been there ourselves, we can very well in agine the feelings of the Republi cans this morning. The loug im- pending torrent of popular wrath was at long last poured out, and it has completely overwhelmed the hosts of corruption that for so many weary years have ruled Philadelphia to its ruin. A clean sweep was wade of the candidates if the King, District Attorney, City Controller anl Coroner, all houesi Democrat. But we must not stop with th city of Philadelphia. Here we have achieved a miguioceut triumph one at which every good citizen, whatever his politics, should re joice. But the cause lor Jubila tion does not end here. It has a wider reach. It exteuds over the entire State, aud to the election of Democratic city officials must be added the success that have attend ed the entire Democratic State ticket. Supreme Judge, Auditor Genei aland State Treasurer are all Democrats, aud first-class men at that. The State Treasury Ring in common with the notorious Pilgrim Ring, of this city, has been irretrievably smashed, and old Square Timber," Col. Noyea, will lake pos'ession of the strong box of the people, and the people mav rest fully assured that its contents will not be permitted to flow out into dishonest hands. Sitting BaU'rElHieit Speech. From the N. Y. World 1 Three days ago Sitting Bull, with his head men, was brought to this post and told by Colonel Mo Lovd that he must hold himself in readiness to move to bis now quar ters on tho Red Deer. The Colo nel described the country to him as It Is described above, aud he said that whether it would be good or bad It could not be worse than tho Wood Mountain or tho North ern Missouri regions. He was then told that tho Quocn had, through her great sorvan t at Ottawa, chosen this home for him that he might live in peace aud keep himself clear from entanglement with tho Am ericaus troop : that sho had to ask her own Indians to allow him to live near them, and that thoy hud generously cousonted; and that she expected him to behavo himself" to be a good neighbor to tho tribes near hlra, to submit himself to the pollco who are charged with his welfare, aud to yield to the Queen's servandt proper rcsooet and obe dience in all things. ' Tho Queen,' said McLoyd iu conclusion, " is c good aud klud mother, as you at- ready know; but sho is also a mighty ruler, nud when Indians like you who come to livo iu her country forget her kindness andj drink whisky and fight and kill her other Indian subjects, then she becomes angry and smites thorn with both hauds ; for that Is jus tice." Silling Bull's reply was a most eloquent one, and In marked con trast to the speech he made to the commissioners, He suid; My Fbiknd and am, the Qcekn's Mum wiioh I so kk 81'Kct: i have heard your talk. I knew you would speak to me iu that way. Nobody told mo. I just hnew it. It is right. I canir to you in tho first place because 1 was being hard driven bv the Americans. They broke their treaties with my people, and when I rose up and fought not against them but for our rights as tho first people on this pan of the earth, they pursued me me liko a dog, and would have hunguie to a tree. They are not just. They drive us into war, mid then seek to punish us for fighting. That is not houest, The Queen would not do that. Long ago when I was a boy I heard of tho Queen, now my Great Mother. 1 heard thai she was just and good. Now I know it. . You gave mo shelter when I was hard presse. My own lifo is dear to mo, but I did not valuo il when I fought the Americans, but I did value the life of my nation. There fore, I brougth my people to yon. I thauk you for what you have done for them. I will go the Red Deer and be at peace. Tell the Queen that. Tell her 1 will bo a good man, that my people will be good. Tell her also that we never were bad, for she knows that it is not wrong to fight for lifo. My peoplo are weary and sick. I will take them to tho Red Deer; and now I declare unto you that 1 will not make troublo, or annoy you. or givo pain to the Queeu.' I will be quiet. I will never fight on your soil unless you ask mo to help you. Then I will tight. I wish you J good-bye. Place me where you like, I will bo at pence with Canada. But you who uro biave soldiers and uot treaty-breakers thieves and uiurderors, you would tnluk mo a coward if 1 did uot die fighting l he Americans' There fore, while 1 go to Rod Deer now to live at peace i nero tno speaker al most shrieked) I will come back when my braves are strong; or if they will not come with me I will come alone and fight tho Ameri cans until doath. You I lovo and respoet; them 1 hate, and you, Queen's soldiers, would despise me if I did not hate them. That ia all. I am ready to go with yon to the Red Deer. COTT02T SEED. THE DIGDEST CASH PRICE (MEAN BROS. BLACKSMITHS, Waeon-Makers WILL BE PAID FOR AT THE GREENVILLE COTTON SEED Mill and Cinnory may 19 W. 5 W. H. STEAD, Proprs. G.E. B1LLIKGSLEY, Agent TO THE PUBLIC. a Ins 'EVIl AaaV tt ayatnAt 1 vrohnHitiA U now comnlete. andlcom- prises almost everr article sold in this market. We have taken espe-c-iul pains In the selection of the following lines of goods, procunug them direct from first hands: The Latest Style of Hats Degnlar Tnllor-Dade Clothing, FROM WEEKS & GELPER, NEW YORK. Dacd-Oade Coots aud Slices FROM MILES & SONS, PHILADELPHIA. Gents. Furnishing Goods ' FROM J. S. LOWREY & CO. NEW YORK OREESVIlAE, MISS. n'....i,i nKixotfullv inform the ,1 uuiu - . : public that our long tc"VI In the above branches of our busi ness fives us advantages for meet ing the wants ol ine UV " " ...1 I,,..., tn our line ir- this ne vi u 1 wow . , eitv possesses. AIlweasElsaiair au1 Impartial trial. , We keep constantly on mu for sale a large and well selected stock of Irsa, Btssl wages Wssl Work, Bswi aa! rum suunai, and everything in our line at re- al IIMil staB Machine and Boiler work done on short notice. We koep 0 full stock of tagging, and the popular "GKIP" TIES A1 ways on band, which will sell ot NEW ORLEANS PRICKS. Planters wishing to purchase either Pratt's or Hall's Slamls can do so advantageously through us. For "Cash Across the Counter WF CAN AND WILL Sell as Cheap as anybody. C. 7. LEWIS & CO. Notice to Contractors, Uids will bo received by t lie Clerk of the Board of Supervisors within thirty days from this date for the cleaning out of the ditch in Archers lone, Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. For spnctlicatloiis apply at oilice Clerk Clianccry Court. By order of the Board. A.W.SHADD, Clerk. By C. McGrath, D. C. Oct. 6-l6 The Wells Tea Company Importers of Pure China and Japan Teas 201 Fulton street, P. O. Box 4660. Nkw Yokk. The Wells Tea Company Raaaljr Tana Mtwrekeraem, In oriRinnl imckugn, t lowet Import prices, mjw sample mil on aiitriatliin. Naaaljr Tm tm Draffs-tutu, Qeaeral Renter Mail then, rkl In hand mm sailed pnekajna of on mund each, In canisters ol tin Mumutpai'lty, u-l In 6 lb., 10 lb. mid S lb. uoxea. Full piirtlculara on spplloHtinn, Manly Tea Prddlrr In half pnund Mid one xniml bum, plain or printed, it mora liberal dlaeonui thnn ia given elsewhere I nil eimos mmrnnlue the quality of their good. ivnin avw mmn reipiireii. Semi for elrenlur ami please aar under whli-h of the foregoing heme j-on deaire par Honiara, eo that v. may tend yon ail the In formation neeeaanrjr without further trouble. The Wells Tea Censany Maaaly Tea far ('lab Order, and illoar larger commission than muni, and tn ta one of tlie largest and most reslabl htm : all partial requiring Tea in aes in the trade : quantities will do well to send their orders uireei, oct 13 TE A O aunnly to Jobbers. Grocers. Hotels. Restaurants Agents, I'eddlers, and large ennumers In general, Tt'.AK) put up In ori ginal mrkic4 at Importer's prices. Ilclng CLUBHOUSE. Corner Locut street anil Washington avenue H. SCOTT, Proprietor. This first-class house rcpect fully presents its ilaiius for patro uago. MY BAB will be supplied with the iliiesi Liquors and Wines and the Best Imported Cigars. out6 " FALL AND WINTER (JOODS. We are now opening our slock of new and beautiful Fall and Winter r GOODS, consisting of the latest styles of Flannsls, . Da Lais-iss, Pcplins, Silks, Prints, Ribbon, Ilotions, Fancy Goods our stock of Gentlemen', La Ules, Misses and Children's OXXOEO . v n innW inviH, marc ur r i-iuaie, in eacn i , town in mis enuntv to sell oir Teas put up In are "Wo expressly tO Olir Order, jMokanyi from a id. ami upwards. ! audi of the best material, and Kusrsn. extra iiiilutwiiii,nt m ..Smi-mI Tn nmvtimm . i . : PjMI"U HMuMiwb I., .. ..u- I It - ' J .... mall on reosipt of SS rents, i pound or Tea of I klud, postage paid . Send for blank form sad urtcea tn eonnectvd with the largest importing houses In the trade, all parties requiring Tea In auantilies will do well to send their orders I reel. Hahi-liis 8KKT rnK orrnAmu; e wixhnn Agent, Male or eVmale. In r ich elra Inducements are nfered. To narties . , . '. requiring a l of r Tea, we will send by iu sS'sO sausiacuon MACHINISTS, Itinnfaetweri and Doalon, GRAGARD k FARRA5, SEW ORLEANS, LA , " Liberal adTonces made uuob m- signrneuts or cotton, and - attention paid to tilling coentrr ' orders. octn N0TXC2 TO TAX PATES. Th lax nsrers of Washington countr, Mississippi. are hereby uo ririMt 'that State, county and levee taxes for the fiscal year 1877 are now due aud payable at my omce in Creeuvillc. The following is statement of said taxes : (os Tint Dou.ii YALr Alios or mowbtt.) State tax. - 6 mills (icueral County, " School. 1 - 3 County Dond, 6 ' Railroad lloud. 1 ' Liauidating levee 6 cents per acre 10 cent levee tax 2J' cents per acre Mandamus 1-3 cent per aero. Tax payers are rurtuer notinca that taxes nnnaiil iition mo ur teenth of December will be de linquent, aud ndditioual costs and itaiunges accrue upon same. V. . HUNT. aci2 SneritT and Tax Collet-tor. UAXfiElt'S XOtCK. THE STATU or JllSSlsSPiri ( Washixutox CorKTY. Taken up on the premises of It. G. Sims on or about the 201 h of September OKI COW and TWOYIASLETGS, marked in rlirlit enr with unootl crop, in left ear with crop and split, two yenrliugs same marks and bavin i slicks tbrouirh noses. I no owner ot the above tiescri bed cKtray' Is hereby untitled to come fonviml, prove property and pay lUmrgcs, or the mine will be dual l with the Inw directs. JAMES IIOUKKS, Hanger. e. a. , im . . Tfco I2zzt Q: Ws will sell ; UM And all other air! t L. . proportion, including gba . Square nud Uprigbt-nall new r I nrstciass-Miuairecitotheitr- f I factory prices. No agents ;i, eommissioDs; no discounts. Ti- Pianos made one of the tmtii v and were unanimously reeonwssv ded for the Hiqhmt Hox-v Kegularlr incorporated turiug Co. New niannfactory one of the largest and finest in r worm, sua squares contain U thusek's uew patent Duplex Or strung Scale, the greatest imnrr: meat In the historv of Piano r king. The Uprights are the f in America. Pianos sent on t Don't fail to eud for lllnstr, and Descriptive Catalog ue sc j. free. 'I UANGKU'SNOIICE. THE STATE ftr MISSISSIPPI Wakhimitox t'ot'MTV. Taken up on Din Dreimses of Gcorgo llinl, on the 17tb day ot October. Ono Dark Bar Horse, IHiumls lilifli. 10 or 1-2 veui'sold. lark mane and tail, beiivv tail. inline pnrleil in I lie middle, brand ed II b on lull shoulder. The owner of the ubovu dosei-ili- od estroy is hereby notlliedto come forward, prove properly, pay charges, or the est ray will be dealt with a tlie Inw direct. J. A. UOI.EIIS, Hunger, ocl 27 agseek::::::zaty;:j. izzx For fl.00 we will send free by mtll, any ono of tbe following lots: SdUtinel rarllies, Monthly Hows, WlaHw towering. 8 dtstinel Tarieties. BegutiUs, V later tower ing S distinct mle'ieo Caruatioa flak. Winter flowering S diatlnrt varlvtiw, Chines ihrrawueatas. Winter toarring. S distinct varielivs. Zonal tirraaiuiiu, Wieter fliiwerlng. 8 dlstinet varieties, Double Urtaulvnit, Win ter flowering. SdisltiHii varieties, Ivj- Leaved Gersaiejaa. Winter towering. I distinct varieties, Heliotrope, , Whiter tnwerlng. t distinct varieties, AbutUous, Winter to ering. 1 distinct varieties, Double 1 amsjias, W htttr ' towering. 4 distinct varieties, Atal'.-a.-, winter fluwer. Ing. 4 dlsliiH-l rarietiei, Lobster Caelua, wtaler towerinir. t distinct varieties, Bouvurdlas. winter flaw. eilng. distinct vuriellos, Ktevlus and Eupatorlasns wiuter flowering. 5 distinct varieties, rucliaLa, winter fiower. 1 hnr. 4 dislincl varieties, Double Violet., winter flowering. t distinct varieties, l'olnetts, carirt atut White, winter flowerlnw.,. 4 distinct variitlcB, liiimUiKu, wlnlerflow- ering. Sdistmet vurlcliex, r'ent, for wanlbn Ciei. " I'nl us, " " M-HUKM, " N - " Maranlna, " lltUMKlh II.iIIh. SO aworlnl Tulips, lliilbs. mi i riK-iu, li " Jiicolwun, Lllj , l!u!ln, S " OxiiIIh. 41.1'yol the Valley. S New l'etlri'1'itipcro!., OK BV KXI'KKM ; Boluiiy oftliealKiveSI inl'eisioM ttt. ' " " .1. 7 " " . 4. " " ' ft. 1 It " " H, 14 " ' " T. Or the whole collM-llon nfM Rulbaawl Plants sent by Kxpre-ta on renHpt ofSIVmi. t which either or our Itrnika, iAHliKilNn run l'OHT, l'HAI'TH'Ak Vl.OHIl I I.TI MK, or UAK- tiEMMi run I'LKAariir. (value SI. Hi each), will lieailded Descriiitlve Caluhwue hee. PETER HENDERSON & CO., Sttttmsn, Msrsst artSMrst FWrltts, 35Conrtla&dEt..liw7o;l . J) RANGKIl'8 NOTICE. State of Mississippi, Washington Count v. taken up by J. M. 8111M1, In 1 lie possesdiou ol a convict' ou Deer ureek, A Dark Brown Hare Mula, 7 years old, UJ hands hlh and iirnnitvtl W ou left shoulder. Tho owner of tho rfWodescrl oea csirav is Hereby notified to come torwartl, prove property, pay charges, or tlie est ray will be dealt wiiii as tno inw Directs. .7. A. UOGEKS, Ranger, oct 6, 1877. . I. A. NEWMAN'S New Livery Stable, BELOW POSTOFNCE, Mulborry street, . Greenville I return niv sinccro tlmi.Lsinmv old customers for their generous patronage, and trust they will uot forget to call 011 mo at my new lo cation. 1 will givo thrco square meals of the best provender for One Dollar. First class colored gentlemen always In attendance to see stock elcgautly entertained. THK HIGHEST HO.IOr.S AT Tilt'. Centennial Exhibition The Judge unanimously raooinmend tat Mendelsohn (JtlASD, BQCABE AND UI'MUIlT Pianos for the Diploma of Honor and Merit. PBICBM BELOW COXrKTITICX Fsr strictly flrst-elass Instruments. $600 PIAKOS f;r $2:3. And all other styles in the same proportion, sold direct to the peo plo at tactory prices o Commissions to Agents, No Discounts to TcHclier. No Deviation in l'lict). TUB Is s JV A v Cer.MnitlrnteB, 0U Nrw York QETT8' FURNISHING 000D8 v A large stock. Sept, IV 1(77 WWnt. PALACE JALOOH. A. SEXTON, PnCPR. Mulberry street, . Greenville Having Just opened the above Saloon, I respectfully Invite my friends and the public tp give it a trial. Tho bar is supplied with the Csst Liquors, Wines, Deer AUD CIGARS. A FINE TEN PIN ALLEY has boon fitted up 'for those who are fond of this healthy sport. October 21, 1876. V ItOOOUTH HOUSE. JJ?"i?!!b!l$ Bre "Peotfully In. formed that I am now prepared to fiih'J?111. bo may fivor me wiUi their patronage, In a manner not surpassed by any house in the Htate. My house Las been put In complete order : the h.H.mni.- . " it. V1 buPP'l with the best the market can furnish. Oreenvllle, Aug Mendelssohn Pi:.:: arc the only ones which are sold direct to tlie people at factory pri ces, ami I ho on! v low-pkicku i'liiilos which linv'o receivod the ondorseiiieut of anv high authority such os the Jiidircs at the Great Centennial. They contain every improvement adopted by the beet makers, besides valuable patents , and improvements never before introduced. They are ateMcsa la Ta. rareat la a.Ml!t, riawatla Slalaa, Mast HaraMe ta at Ckwaawat la arl MATHTJOEK'tl Mew Patut Dafla OtstssTie Cx It the greatest odvauco in the his tory of Piano making, produclr j the moat astonishing power, rich-, ness and depth of tone, and a sus taining singing quality never be fore attained, being a . , "Sraaa Plaaa la m Krsare Cswe." Tha r:tjDLc:::::3 ABE TUB mK8T IX Ak3C A . They are pronounced the " Pianos of the Futuro." Manufactory and Warerooms: Nos.490, 4M.464C3 . West 67th street, Nos. 858, 830, 882, m,Kk ,8W lOthaveuwe, PiasN Ssit sa Kri. Illustrated and descriptive Cata logue malted free. MbXDKLSSWX MAVO CZ"t AKT. ausmaaa arrttia i M Znmtwmw, t-'sw t"s: J.