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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - February 21, 1877, Boston, Massachusetts                                WEDNESDAY PRICE THREE Wi4i be the date of delivery for all orders left today iu the Custom Room at Oak is the price for trousers made to meas ure from choice of over a hundred styles CassimereSi Suitings and to 38 UCKINCHAM Union Safe Deposit 40 State ESTABLISHED JTIITTH AVEUNE AND FIFTIKTH Opposite the New This new and elegant conducted on tbo Euro pean wlib a ciilslno of unsut passed nnd nt prices in harmony with tbo Is now open for the reception of either permanent or tran Situation one lit tbe tlnest In the and within live minutes walk of tbo Uruml Central Oreat cnrn has been taken with the heatlnu and ThodressiUKrooms In this contain ing nnd toilet are entirely thereby avoiding tho escape of sewer or other poison ous gases into the FULLER a general line of Housekeeping Goods of Best are now to be sold lower than ever offered iu this by favorable solid construc nnrt nccnmnlnted gafeffnnrdM ausrcoitod hy on vxperienoe of nine combine to rtnilvr these vaults ami safes secure from the attache of bnrBlirn or tlio Inroads of SAFES TO KENT at from Ten to One Hnn drirt DEPOSITS of Bonds and other Valnables COLLECTION and BKMITTANCE of In terest and Dividends attended 11STKKKHT allowed on Duposlta of subject to Check at Oflice bourB from 9 oclock to 3 HESKY Formerly Brooks at 151 114 Blackstone and 9 Marshall Two blocks below New Washington ou Hanover Fleaso call aud examine Roods before VKAMIS i u0iicitora Permanent Improvement Bonds DUE Interest payable January and July at the First Na tional Hunk ol New Property Entire 813 ot this debt Is the ilWi Issued under nnactof Congress approved July and July and which Congress provided for by an annual np BONDS FOB SALE HY BALLOU 3O Piiie New 72 Devonshire ELEGANT General Agents and Solo Bottlers of HOUUII TOU Celebrated LAGEE None Kemilnc unless beam Fairbanks A trade Orders by loiill or otherwise promptly attended HOWARD ATHENAEUM HOWARD SECOND WEEK OP THE CHEWS DRY GOODS SALE AT Marsh LIST OF SPECIAL BARGAINS To bo Offered ThlB Week 30O Pieces More ot Those At ISO Pieces Superb Quality 82 COLORED on m SILKS M Inches and In a maxnlflcout assortment oC Street and livening at 37 No sampled Those Stilts will not be delivered over the but will be scut to the purchasers 200 Choicest Styles FILLED INDIA and 4OO Pieces Magnificent Quality 48INCH BLACK CASHMERES THE Tilden Will Push His Claims Before the Supreme THE ISSUES TO BE TRIED Whether the Commission Had Jurisdiction and Rightly Exercised PIERCE AND SEELYE SECEDE They Refuse to Vote for Sus taining the Commissions De cision on COUNTING ELECTORAL The Last Objection Madeto the Vote ol Made to Measure for per or Six for Your New York or AlHO tlie PATENT SAMS PAUKTL SHIRT for 1BUO per Liberal discount to the Scud to MKK fur Measuring or to MORSE XI Wellington Koston where the Roods be found and and measure GOERS should stop at GEORGE Confec 162 Tremont for late Sup All the Delicacies of the THEATRE 364 Washington MANUFACTURERS One of the Choicest Selections of FINE Parbeck LADIES OUTSIDE GARMENTS AND PINK DRESSES of all description made In the latest 1aris style also from Original All kinds of garments made for and Invalids at a on receipt by ua of barque and length of Estimate as to cost of garments sent on appli cation William Pnrbeolc 358 ESSEX 35O Pieces AllWool 75 5O Pieces C4inch ALli 75 100O Ladies Extra FBENCH HOSE ff ASD SOO Ladies Extra lions BALBRIGGAN SIIK Centra yards Fine Wide For tar is fcir Dished at low rates by the AND Upholstery Goods to he found in this NEW 5 PER DUG COUPON OB Payable April unil Secured by a deposit with the NEW TKU8T as trustee of ail equal amount of the Klrst Mortgage 7 pur Bunds of tlio Roelc iBlnnd and Oblcaio Railroad also by a Sinking Invested aenvlanuually In tlio 6 per at par or which will retire the whole Issue at ma For sale at 80 aud accrued ULISS Drcjsel New HiGGINSON 44 BOSTON ICE CREAM 9 at all Special Despatch to Tlio Boston February corre spondent has taformatlon tonight from tlio most trust worthy source that Is nvorse to the policy of and that as soon ag llnyoa le inaugurated lie will institute proceedings In quo or in sclre by citing Hayes to show cause why he should not vacate tbo Presidential for the pur pose of getting before the full Bench ot the Supremo Court the question as to whether the Tribunal In ox cludlne evidence construed the Klactornl bill iu accordance witli Its true meaning and with tlin This will havo the cllnct of an appeal from tlio Tribunal to the Su preme Court In full and compel tho Court to go ou record ns sustaiuinK or roycrBiiu tho action of the Tho first tost will coma on the qncs tlon of If jurisdiction Is the next test will on tlio question as to whether tbe Tribunal properly discharged its edition under tho If this bo entertained by tho tho tblnl ami linnl tout will come on the question as to whether tho cvidiuicn oxcludiiil by tlio Tribunal iiball bo admitted in rojoiiuler to Hayess answer to tlio citation to show oiiuso why lio sliould vaciilo tins Ircsldriithil The SiieichcK of Ilcrcn mill Plereo auO Seclyo themselves todiy by ppenliing and voting on their tnuvlellon that the Louisiana Flection nml eount was pa indited with fraud that its vote onght not to be They alone of all ho In Congress voted against counting Ixiulslana for The speeches of loth were earnest and in tho point wore lis tened to Tho vote In tbo House today on Southards motion to laki a routes until tomor f7 to 192 nenliiHt proves beyond peradven tura that the filibusters Imvo not sufUciont numerical strength to seriously impede the Not nil tui who voted with Southard today fuvor some voting merely to aive their friends a chance to speak or to get a chance lo speak them DISCUSSING THE to the oKesllon laid before yet what If thu very iiiiiiclplo on which tho Confltltutlou nud the niust ultlinalnlv rest becomes thereby wb veitod Grunted that the decision rcnclicd IB fairly within tho yet what W HIP pound of ibiHli cannot be taken without Its drop of blood What If this jent ouc of the rlfihts and prerogatives of nfitntc clml no foRtor faction and blunt the senfo of Justtoi and Increase tbe prevalence of fraud that the very loiin lii tlon ot rlKhtu shall iltsannearV It is Iwcnusn I tnnr that ho strict and nexvurato intnrprotntlnu ot tlin Constitu tion applied to the electoral vote of Louisiana would imperil Hint vote in the future and Increase tho vurv ddiitter whteh tho Oonstltutlnn Intended to that I am unable to ciincur with such an Ijevy of Loulslnnu defended tbo action of the white people of who had In pat knit sulTerlug tho rulo of adventurers for eight years and said that after final eltorts to tree them their fondest hopes had been frustrated by A rOBtllTT lETUKSINa who had fraudulently disregarded tho voice of tho people nud arbitrarily refused to count the votes do poelted in the In tho name of tho State of ho entered his solemn protest against I he fearful outrage about to bo of Pennsylvania said he bad voted for the Electoral bill because tho distinguished gentle man from Mississippi Lamar and tho gentle man from Ueorgla who wore about to bo translated to a higher had assured him that It wns a panucca for all our He had accented tho net In good and bad supposed that tho gen tlemen on the other side had done the Ho de plored that such doctrine as Imd been advanced hero should be handed down to succeeding He said he bad been to and he believed tliu election in that State had boon conducted as hon estly ns tho election in the State of liico of Ohio opposed the decision and favored the reference of the whole subject back to tho Com If the decision wns sustained It would prehcnt the spcctnclo of a government of order sup ported by a government of Crnpo of another member of the said there had been Intimidation nnd nud that justified tho Ketnrning Hoard in throwing out tho He sympathized with tbe white people of who saw their offices of trust anil profit filled by colored men and Ho argued that tbo result declared by the Returning Board of Louisiana was tho legal Tho law made them the The people of the country wanted to know whether the wns Ho believed thcro were frauds thntmnde the election but ho did not under take to defend the ncl Ion of the Hoard In every do Ho must ask what would otherwise havo been the course of a State that made such a Returning Bonrd n Wattcreon of Kentucky said there were two courses to be A cniLinsn agnltistthe and an manly accept ance of the He favored tbo latter for ho had been duped into the Cox of Now York said he felt no responsibility for the present tor Iu 1804 he Imd proposed a bill touinkc provision for counting tho which the Judiciary Committee hnd When the bill for the Klcetnnil Commission passed the bii hnd voted for He felt that some virtue had gone out of the but he could not sue exactly where it had He chnraaterlxid tho action of the House in this cdHo ns postmortem and pnid a already been They wore try ing mnn after he had been li an so he said imse who luuiilud now would held responsible Iu NEWS FROM The Pressure Brought to Bear on the President by HE WILL NOT Governor Hayes Disgusted With the Cabinet BONN PIATT He Says He Did Not Mean Suggest to history us frimiiiis far those great The earth wan slek mill weary when such things eoulrt In Thero was nothing In thu statute or Dlvlnn law Unit protected In Divine law it written CHOICE W 11 AT THE LOWEST AT T11E OVERLAND TEA 20 WASHINGTON and Ijl FIUESD ELECTRIC FRANK All Ready for Send for sample Trainer 107 DKVONSH IRK AND Truiuont st bntween ilntlaud and Goncord ml attention Kiveu toiVeddlng Ueceptlong and Privuta Pleasontons Great Discovery 483 WASHINCSTOlSr Solo New England Agents for the Key West Of VRAMUSOO MARRERO formerly of A full lino of the different warranted from pura Vuelto Abajo Wholusalo and 12 12 per 100O Ladies Fine 12 12 50O Pieces Fine WORSTED FRINGESr To mutch all thu now Spring Dross At 1212 per 100O Corded and Trimmed IVlth Felled At 25 cents ROOEN 353 WASHINGTON Are ulfarlug Jlnf Clothlnu toorderat very low Pantaloons MADE AND THIMMEB For For the Sick Room For sale by BEDDING Stained and Cat Glass PDOMITLV OKLKRS MV KXPUEBS CLOCKS AND Aclinleustock constantly on Also ISye Glasses und Thermoinotur Clocks aud Jewelry a Cloclis and J For seven years with Orav A Llbbr 4 Broraflold ISye Glauses and elry a Bpcl O0 Tho moat RuoceaaCul and popular tuedy In tlio world1 or OyBiiun Uhronlo Hlllout lilvttr loui Price It Cures thu very worst an mutter how suvoro or loots u uv au lEuTutull aud by 00OD WlN HARRIS ut WorkruniiBblp and IU order for Jtf a aj Vntfi iniul to nd DUE ISO pieces wide Bleached TABLE 50 cents per 10O Cases of Celebrated IMPROVJBD Soft for tUu At 8 per Wo have secured tlio entire production oC tbo and the cotum cannot be bouubt SOO dozen 30 Weat DresB tiuits a at Moderate Call and examine styles and Window teb Holland Window Bhoi UK for Wonil I otinlii per nquarn Cuitom HlittUo ib Holland Window made HxtttreR lor W Store 6 639 Washington Spring and Summer Suitings just Please call and examine styles and PANTALOONS By fuinlshiuK your own umdo and I IVI tall on iioid way for your VAINIS eiistom PARIS HAIR STORE will continue to Boll the bunt FRENCH HUMAN BA1K at wholesale Every lady nbould OH unit examine our goonu before JOHN 428 Washington corner Formerly Pear lluraill No 1 Avery rear old Wunblnutou niadu to order nud Silver aud Plated 25 cents ALFRED OHILDS Kiumcs ruintfhiia and Fiigravliins OBamlltuu RUBBER otu 20OU Black aud Brown STRAW HVIS 11 BOim 25 100O Boys AllWool SCHOOL At and To be Opened Tuesday and 100 Rolls Now Styles Titty Brussels Gamuts per make no remarks about any of tlio above We merely Invite tbe inspection of tbo Tbey will be offered at re tall and uo sample will be If ill Washington Avon The Honso Refuses to Agree to and Pierce Rise Above Party nnd Sneak Airulnat tko GommlB slonB Special Despatch to Tho Boston February met at 10 and as soon as It was called to order Vance of Ohio moved that a recess bo taken until Severn members and Wilson of Iowa moved a call of tho The roll wns then aud a quorum of members bad answered to their During tha call tho Secretary of tho Senate cnme into the and the call wns interrupted to receive his messngu announcing the action of tbo Sen ate ou tho decision of tho Electoral Thu absentees were called a second and mem bers were allowed lo answer as soon aa they came until u quorum was present on motion of Holinan of nt oclock further proceod Inas under tho call wero Gibson of Louisiana then oflcreil a resolution declining that the certificates oC the Hayes Electors from should not be Hurlbutof Illinois offered an amendment lo strike out tho word New of Indiana then the Housu and said he had voted for thu Electoral and now without his humble sharo of the When he anted and voted ho be lieved every issue would bo made up and fairly con sidered by t be Tribunal that hud been created Tlin voice of the people he been and nn usurper put in power by the most desperate and most despised body of men on tho face of the should go on In the per foimaiice of his wilhoiit resorting to dilatory SrKHCri 11V Scelyoof MafiJaohiiBcits wus next and as soon us he stood up every sound was Both sides remained perfectly aod the the WIIB the When bo hud not along in speech enough to indicate tils and poilion on tho llio Kopnbllcuiis evidently One noted partisan on thnt sMo olJh House hissed between Ids always hw some trouble with snld n und you lire not ilunu with Im1 PierceIB to ou llio same Something a suppressed liminviitimi nud the was at an MwlyosHpuueli wus us follows SiKAKHHi It Ktmenlly true thut in discussions so not to tiny so uxuited as peiiber party mav bo ultoguthnr right or iiltnuuthur v ronx In tho bitterest disputes each sido muv liuvn somewhut to Justify lieluK uor rect In what they and only mlatnkuu In wlmt thev I suppose we should never havo any con tention umoim truehcurted men If ouch bad a moir unilerstnmhnK of tlio ground ocnuplBd hy the In thlf cuse of the Louisiana elccllon it It lo mu qrtltn clear that the charges which each psrtv bring agulnst the other are Iu tho main No woro ever proven more conclusively tbau the frauds and cor lupiloiiH charged on the one aim theliulmlda tlon tiud cruelty ohurKCd upon the WHICH VAIITV WBKT TUB and did the worse in this wrongdclng would be hard to The corruption on tho oue side seems as hinousastho cruolty on tho other sldu Is and extent of encti does not Boom limited except as tbo nopiwitioB of thu cuse did not or tho cuse did not call for 1 find ble to determine whlub uf tho two svts of Kluctirs Kcndlmi their certlticKtcs from Louisiana voleoa tho iiuiuul will nf the people that Htuto In tbe late elen it Is equally beyond my power to admit the proprletvof accepting I cannot oxHKKerate thu reliietanei with whlub I differ from tho wise and can did and more candid muu it would bo hard to ho huvo pronounced thu Judgment ol tbe Electoral upon wbleli we aro now to I uckuowledEUi I vote and strength of their 1 appreciate the AVu cannot be too jealou of the constitutional light of u Stuto to choosults Presidential Electois Iu such manner us thu Legisla ture thereof umy Wo cannot bo too careful of niigriBKloiiul liittirfurence with the duly accredited results of Biiob u Whether we line or dlsllkx ir right of u Btntc to Us Klootors In Us own and to uncertain and certify hereto In forms ns it niay is boyuuu our lawful 1 aninlt all this as n technical statement of u uluur prin ciple of our a In Its general on wise as It U Hut thu re art canes whore the Suiuiitum Jus becuiues the Summa cases where thu strictly interpreted and utitiiiuoiiBly works out A WHIOUOOKTIIAPIOTH ALL nud In which cum and lifts Its V nplilt of the the spirit ot righteousness and n IIAUII vun i uauiu equity lays I he letter of Uiu law iHvolouiu judgment as thuauvereluu spirit ot righteousness unit In the peudbig nnd Oils seems beyond thnt the Itlonlorai lliiminlHitton hitvu illy uud uceurately anilledtbe CoUBtltutloj tun thu lawn THliUK IS NO UEST VOU Till The Speakers hammer here was and just us he was about to read to the othor sido from Holy thnt thero was a time for tho hammer cutting him At this point Cox created considerable merriment by his persist ent cllorts to rend a few words from the but he failed to accomplish several Kepublioans strenu ously Gox revenged hlmvolf by This book is Uantorth of Otiio did not attempt to defend all that wns done in the mutter of the Louisiana re but he believed tho result n just and proper Had there been a fair election there could be no doubt that the Hayes Electors would have received uluree He contended that the certificate of the Governor and Returning Board wore lawful nnd proper papers for Congress to ac Be believed thnt soon tbe flags ou the Onpltol alluding to tho fact tbnt owing to tlio construction of a continuous legislative day tbe were kept flying over either house would be and the eager watcher Iu New York would Informed that Hayes had received 18S electoral nnd had been elected President of tho United and when he comes to bo Inaugurated there would not be an honest mnn in the land that would not congratulate himself that peace and order woro secured to the Ho referred to tbe Oregon and congratulated the country that tbo Incoming Prasident was not contaminated with any connection with such a SPEECH BY THE 1IKHOB The next speaker was tbo Henry Pierco of Massachusetts and bis address was as eagerly looked for audits attentively listened to aa that of A strong pressure had bceu brought to boar upon him to vote with tho but ho wus Ho said The bill to regulate tho counting of tho votos for President and VicePresident provides that whun the decision of the Commission is recelvod upon the re turns referred to it the counting shall In con formity therewith unless upon objection being madu by a certain number of members the two nouses sball concur la ordering in which case tho concurrent order shall Objec tions having been made Iu due form to tbo report of ttio on the returns from wu ure brought face to face witli tlio Question whether thu vote ot that Suite shall bo counted at or whether it shull be counted for Hayes or I would gladly avoid the responsibility of passing uuou Ibis question consistently with tbo duty whicn de volves upon mo lisa member of this I coul I do so but tho responsibility Is one which cannot hi It Is one us ereut and us solemn an that which rested upon the members of tbo whose report is now before We aro prevented by const tutlonul limitations from sliUtlUK the burden of our responsibility In this matter to othor U must be sustained by ouch one of sustalnud IIH to satlHfy Ills conscience and his senso of duty to bin It is with great diffidence that I vunturn to dissent from tho or rather the rennm rnei dutlon nf the but tbe rule wblih It lias lull down for the determination of fchis question tu one that I CANNOT The Commission doclurcH Unit it is not couipotont to Hike uuy to show that persons other tlmn tboBO cerlltled in bv tbe Governor of tho Btnto ou and uncording to Hie dcUrmluntlon of tho returning otll curs of elections In a hud lieen or Unit the deterinlnnllon of the rnturulug ofncmrs wus In wltb the truth aud tbe U could never navo been Intended by thoso wbo tiHtab liflieil this ayitem of liovcrniiinnt thut thnre should bu no no scrutiny of tho returns of thu electoral volts us certified hy the Stato The moat euriMuI conservator ol rights would never Invo ohjoerid to uu tixuiiiiin llon by CntmreHH nr by anv ollior national 1111 tliorllv BO fur ua to uncertain whether the who sent their votes hern lo lie counted hud hoen ehonon und wore quantum tu llio niunuer provided bv llio Ioustltutlon uuil Inwi ol flute und of the In the CIIHC now unilereonsldoiiitloii an offer of evidence WIIM to show thu Commission tlnu tbe Uoturnlng Hoard of was not leuulty con stituted that tho notion nf the Hoard Iu uituvunitlni the voten for Presidential Mentors wus not In iincH with tlio laws of the Mate that curtain of tlui Electors certified to havo buoJi uhosnn wuro disquall both under the provisions of tbe Slut and the 1iidornl Ccuntltutlnn That gross frauds were couunlttod in the cuiivaes of votos Ix 1 hy both and It is also admitted tlvi tlinUctuinlng Roitrtl acted Iu tlio rtlnnharnu of their duties In nn orbltrurv and Illegal If tliuw are not matters which the rnprofluntmives of all tho authorized by the Constitution to count votes and declare tlio can inquire then this Government stunds ou a very founda 1 cuiinut give my assent M any such ducluru Itls contrary to good it Is trarytogood raoralBi it tends to weaken thu hold of tlio Government upon tho respect and confidence I thu people nud the party which gets olllca bv iidontlon will ho a party founded upon a principle dan gerous to tho peipetulty of the Thu evidence which has been presented nnd which tho Commission bv u barn majority refused shows a condition of things wuloli and Iu my judgment TEH Of LOUISIANA from participating Iu tho 1renldentiul It shows if Uglier Justltloatlon for such a icmrie at tills tlms thaii was shown In when the vote of tbe Stuto was excluded by it Uepuhlloau Oou I am in tho aotiou I tuko I stand almost alone nmoun polltlcul assoolates but I should be roorountto uiy convictions If Inois lectvil to place on the Impurlslmble records of the lloiibH my dlsseiit from thu rule which it Is proposed to ICllls of Louisiana condemned tlio action oC tha Commission In refusing to admit evidence of Tho Commission had sworn to abide by tho Constitu and bad Hit there refusing to admit ovlitonoo of the Inellglbility of two of the Tbeoriuiu was und fur four ycnru tho aud but tho shadow of would rest wltb thu Republican Kour years tiuneo the people would rlsu hi their mnjcsiy und hurl from powur tho uurty thut hud uldcil nnd ubcttcd this monstrous Kelly of Pennsylvania said bu Imd uiialust thu convictions of his party friends voted with tho Democrats fur thu Klcotoral behoving thai it would uvold discord aud 1LAH JIIDUIC NOT KblOTKl to the Soimlo bin couvictlona might bnvu boon over GENERAL NOTES AND Special Despatch to Tho Boston Fohrnary tive Burke and other gentlemen from Lou isiana called upon tlio President this by In order to ascertain his views in re gard to tbo future policy of the Tho Louisiana Representatives for several Wiys have folt some apprehension ns to tho purposes of tho mainly Inspired by tho persistent efforts of tho frlonds of Packard to induco the now that the Louisiana vote has bran to act In tho recog nition ol tlio Packard Tbo lecelvcd tho Louisiana delegation nnl conversed them quite freely In regard to his Ho snld ho hnd no idea of recognizing cither Government or taking any action except to maintain the status quo that his nwnAdmlnistrallon wns now nearly and ho desired to leave hla suc cessor Bonn fltttt UcKlnn to Donn editor of tha Sunday pub lishes a card this afternoon In explanation of tho lu flnmrnnblc editorial which appeared in his paper on To those who know ho It is not i occscary for mo to say thnt nothing wns farther from my In panning the editorial of last than tho horriblo crime of Open resistance to a revolu tionary for which thero Sfjoms no other re la ono assassination Iu tho sentence so stumgly commented upon and do nonnccd it will when taken In connection with what pn ceclos ml that my appeal Is mado to the people and not to the Governor Hayes Cnlilnot Tho persistent efforts indulged in by Interested parties In forming a Cabinet for tho Incoming President seems to give great iinnoyance to Governor Hayes nud ills A private letter iccckvcd hero today flutes that all mention of names of persona for Cabinet positions under the next AdministrntUit is entirely atthe subject bus not been Mentioned by Governor Hnycs lo his most hitimato and tbercf tie he is entirely unpledged to the appointment of any one to any of these and intends to be iu no haste In the making up of hln Dentil of Another ItemAdmiral Goldsborough died at the Iliinllton Honsn In this city at 3 oclock this morn He was a native of thin and entered tho navy hi AVnshlngton Morrllls health Is so much Improved that he sit np in bed n short time KxGoveruor Piilmer of Illinois testified before tho Senate subCommittee on Loulslnna that ho never offered Llttleflold money to Influence his but had complained ttio Republicans had more facilities offered them than tbo The remains of the late RearAdmiral Dnvls wero escorted by a battalion of Marines down Pennsyl vania avenuo this morning on tho way to the from whence they will bo taken to for Tho funeral ceremonies took placet at Johns Church and wero numerously attended by prominent officials and other and of tho army and NEW ENGLAND MecthiB of the Trusteea of Dartmouth Special to The Boston February mooting of the Trustees of Dartmouth College was liokl in this oily Professor Young was unanimously requested to remain as one of tbo Faculty of tho and it was voted that ho be appointed Professor ef Asuou distinct from tbe ohalr of natural and that the funds necessary to establish the chair should bo raised by uu appeal to tbo Alumni and friends of the as soon ae tust AsstUibly of tho Continental Club of February motnbere of tho Continental Club ot this city held their closing assembly this evening at the Tromont It wau tho grand dress ball of tbo The toilets ef tho ladles wero very rich and and the party a very select Thero wero quite a number present from out of Lowell and Worcester being The affair was a perfect Tim decorations ami mush wore A grand sup per wns provided by Colonel Singleton of tho TremonK Sentenced In February following sen tences worn imposed today entering and Charles three years Frederic Slior eighteen months Henry four Receiving ptoicn William threo Selling Patiick 850 and Tho Hist liquor cuo iilven to thn jury tonight Is very and It Is thought that couvictlou in this en sures conviction in any A Cosily KcMdvnce February resldouw of Wnllov hosiery nt Franklin wan deftrojcd by lire tills Most of tlu wns from up open llrepliiuc ill unn of tbo This wax MII of tlio Hues prlvntu residences In Northern 11 was built ten nt u cot of about Loss eslluiated at no hi A Xliilne 1ost Ottlre Foonmry post otHoe wns broken Into last night aud money to the amount of or moro Tho burglars attempted to blow open the but Au entrance was utViitod through u buck Knclimd Specials The IIOUHU ufcWUHam WllUnms at Knights burrlc lust night 9MOOi innurUl lor Tlio furniture was partly Tbobonsoof Marshall In was tkiitroyeil by tiro esterday Nothing of valuu was Loss no Frank Colby of twentythroe years who forged bis uncles nanio to a ami snld llio nou to Thomas of for In wanted by tho At New a coroners jury boa decided that the unknown dead man In West Haven was killed by u train of while cresting Ibe bridge of tho New New Haven nud Hartford The funeral nf the Daniel Kelly of Ptovl will tuko place 28th from Josephs Itoniau Gatbollo Cburoh Fox ot which was for nmuy years oilier Aew Ewilantl Neui aed un the Vlflb A New Sporting Goorijo tlio wellknown nnd John u prominent spotting man of this will noon open a now pool They havo scoured tho red room In tbo 1uluU Itoynl nt thu coiner of Court street and Tromout will huvo telegraphic connection with all They propose to keep a llrstalosg eutubllahuieut and Io Bull pools ou itlUporilua evuiU uf fo fur ther nud to ih Duccujsof the entoriirlna they teouiod tho inimitable John Carroll an auction which IB a guaranty that that Una of tbo bual uesi will be wall   

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