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   New York World (Newspaper) - December 10, 1874, New York, New York                                THE WORLD will was given hero in very line nmaicnl Htylu sevi SfiHH Soldpiio did not attcn utor Onorn of i Stuto Scllntnr Com of Klngnton nnil Annomblymnnclcnt Jnrcmlah of of ill Count Riirvny Onnoral Daitcr nnil Freiliiii k of With groBBinnn of nnd Rlchnrd of Clnolnm of Grand stnti innntor John of Wind of New ofthn ntrnranlilp Deodorized opera bouflb has Imd a long and pleusunt Mul nt tlio hycoum Wo know not tho managers of that houso arc BntiHflcd will tho roHiilts or series ol onlnrlainuicnlH bocn mo mill It was a bold umlor Ukinp IorthoHo after us with llio eonuino Irauck artiolo and asking IIH lonraieo itB to expect that wo would innmfoHt tlio snino qcstncies over tlio smooth parody tlmt But there were roodlooking Enmtoi aces in tho KngHsh ono or two loloraulo KngliBli coino liiuiH an KiiRlish comedian Ijoiuf a thing is rarely tolerable and tho priu oipnl hersollj Miss having a pleasant albeit Homowhat and a Inoo nnd yolimt to say nothing of a discreet knowledge of There win no reason to turn up our IIOBOB at what Grau and Chinxola called English opera To be looked at it is only Knglish burlesque without tho lamblike inno cence of Hiss Lydia Thompson to command It tolbe entryclerks and and with n trifle more chorus that tho British blondes were in tlm habit of Jitit English like English is not uimc eejitalilo to Aineriuiiu perhaps for tho reason that it is only Mnglish in Miss having jirniieed pliiyfully throtigli flip Grand Mnd aino rind wo know not how much other redeemed on AVodnosday night put on Jlerves HjiRctuonlar Chilperie Thai she put on fill that her troupe could to be was not This ponderous burlesque ol as our renders ere by Gran several years attempt lo iinitale Grans She gave onlv so of the work us she thought the Americans would A groat deal of il was spoken sparkling all over with thane traditional stage puns which continue through tho ages to wish tho souls of merry Aud to the assembled which desired to take its regular in his diluted tho ver micular was doubtless a great Evory thing wan open and so to No hiding of vile innuuondos behind No cuddling of verbal Hastiness in no dalliance with no double meanings for the old lellows in the JVont A most English opera at which Ctilviu might Imvo giwed tin and Tiilinnge himself found new models of melodious It is pleasant indeed to ho to commend any form of and wo uro that Miss Sol denes merchandise can bo safely to the most reputable It wont hurt It would seem that Grau and Chmola aro to establish here n distinct line of English amusements that is lio conspicuous for its Scarce had tlie elherciil mildness of Noilson been dis when we were overcome by tho sum mer cloud of Minn Soldonos And as soon as the childlike prattle of Anglicized hud died tho lenient Kousby is to rise like Luna on the same Those ef forts to make the theatre an idyllic realm nro Tlio turbulence of tho frivolity of French tho madness of melo drama should have their It is well to keep I be Lyceum saerod to beauty and blume Clarke receives a benefit at Booths Theatre lie will appear as Tvodtcs und preparations are making at this houso for the production of Tho Hero of tho Hour on Monday night In the plot of this now tho do tails oi conspiracy and tlio Dukes adventures uro so closely interwoven as to witli its scenic a picture of Iliris nnd Parisian life in tho year The dual character of Jticltclieu and his bastard will bo sustained by Henri nn actor Parisian reputa who lias a perfect mastery of our who is said to combine tho graces of the Trench school with tho uxcol Foncos of our The settings hy Yoegtlin and Mutt Morgan are understood to surpass any of tho previous ofiorts ol those and the cast will comprise tlio names of many actors nnd actresses already favorably known to tlio New York including Misses Lilly Rldridge and Maude Miss Rose whoso part in uvoa SacrHicu was not is long and hardly as con spicuous as her baH equated uinUoni by shortening bor Ilmadi Murskannd troupe rnturn to tlio citv Uiduy nller a successful tour through Hartley Campbells Tho Vir which is said to have achieved a genuine BHCCOHB in tho is also pro nounced by competent judges to bo a worthy American Barry Sullivan nnd Ilonry Trvmg aro both coming to A The latter actor IIIIH attracted much attention in London by Ids now reading of lie will appear at the Lyceum under tho management ilio ono hundredth representation o Colonel ut tho Iark will bo civon oil Iho S3d It is proposed to celebrate tho occasion with appropriato one of which will bo mupoooh by THE SLACK Alt INDIAN RKPORTH SKKINfl A MIIOK KXPI PITION CAMITfl NKAfl Till bOWRtf December Tribune fllon City special snys Bunli shot n hftjf lircoil scout wlm wan with tioncrnl Custorf JJlaek Hills expedition liiflt Ho came to Boise n lew days Hlnco and reported having scon In tlif ninck Hills country wlillo hunting stolen a party of white HIGH prospect Ing In tlio vicinity of tlio lower They Imd a camp well fortified and stocked with animals and nnil could lie defend tliotnsclvcs against largo Ills description of Die party lead to the bollcf that they uro a party wlio left hern last fall ostensibly on n limiting and who have not yet THIS IOWA POTTHR DKCUNKS ANn HUNTINOTON IIIBIIOT 01 TIIH December special despatch from to tho Tribune says the who wn1 yesterday elected lilshop of tho Dlo ceso of telegraphed this morning to the committee appointed to notify him of his election that lie could not possibly as ho wan bound to New York parochial duties ho could not Tim convention this afternoon elected the of lilshop by a Hinnll majority of both the lay mid clerical vote on tho third formal NOVA SOOTAN December of candidates for tin local Assembly were held In tlio eighteen counties of tho province Tho proceedings were conducted III tho HliorllfB no siiecchcs being Iloton County lias elect oil without oppeHlllon and who are opposed to the Robertson and Govern ment wore declared elected for Hliel and Government and for TheiO will lie contests in all tho other and Hants have each three candi dates for tlic two Tho polling takes place Thursday Nominations for vacant scats In the Dominion Iarllnincnt for Colchester and Victoria were also held In tins City Council today John Bell was elected City jtRiTTsn OOLUMISIAN RA ILWAY December Is reported that recent despatches from Lord respecting the Jirltlsh Columbia Hallway oues approve of the propositions inado to Uie Dominion Homo months by several leading citizens of British as follows To make the annual expenditures Instead of and tlx n com paratively remote period for tho completion of tho lino Irom Lake Superior to Fort west according to tho plan of the Lord Carnarvon Is said to have named art the date when the Iluoshouldbeso far ho approves of tho wisdom of the Do minion In tlio in de termining to utilize the magnificent stretches of water communication from Fort Garry to the Rocky It Is understood that the Public Works Depart ment will lie ready to Invite tenders for tho lino between Thunder Bay and Fort Garry In the course of a few Tt Is also probable that a portion of the steel rails recently contracted for will he shipped to tho Pacific CINCINNATIS CENTENNIAL CELE11RA December committee of the Board of Trade to whom was referred the subject of the erection of centennial memorial buildings of a substantial to be ruady for occupancy on the Fourth of and to be dedicated to the use of the Cincinnati In dustrial and kindred made a preliminary report today In favor of tlio pro Tho committee further suggest that the celebration assume the form of a urand centen nial exposition of a purely national to be opened with tho memorial and to continue three A resolution was unanimously adopted by the board that tho subject ho referred back to tlio committee for further with Htruotions to report tho stops necessary and means to bo adopted to procure from the Gen eral Assembly necessary legislation In further unco of the Nearly have been already subscribed to guarantee the funds of the Cincinnati Indus trial Exposition for A LOUT SON llltriM OIIH OWN December partic ulars of tho mysterious disappearance Buveu weeks ago of son and William of tills are well Last night Intelligence reached hero from Postmaster of the town of Nluu the young man had reached that place safe and General soninlaw of General was and to day brought tho prodigal to the city and pre sented him to his overjoyed Tho wan derer has as yet given no narrative of his jour nor bus ho indicated the reasons wliyhe so mysteriously left MITIST SOilAL flffcfiCHKS Oil TILDKN AND THE BtHINHSB DOMB AT TIIK TirSKB Ol TIIK JVfAVOH IIiiNTKK TIIK TO The sessions of tho Baptint Sodal Convttitfnn were continued yesterday at tlm In tho and even At the session of the moraine there was a fnlr nltlmuKh tho hall was not UK well Illlcd as on the previous Wuy Innd after the singing of the Doxolnjty nnd an opening prayer by President of the ColumHiin a large nntnbor of letters of regret were read from distinguished members of the de nomination In all parts of tho Tlm for the niornliiKn discussion was Tho Methods and Uses of Social the principal paper lieltiR read by John Town rresldent of tho Now York Baptist Hoelul Delegates from tho various social unions represented In the convention then spoke upon this giving an account of the working aud present state of their several Tho reports from nil wore of tho most encouraglns At the afternoon after a prayer by Ocorgo Andrews ad dressed tho convention nt length upon Tho Hviingcllnlng Agencies of the and tho 1ropor liclations Thereto of tho The next subject discussed was Tlm Ilncenf Kdnciilloii In our Denominational Activities with JCspccial Reference to the Present Duties of American President of the University of spoko at length upon this It was farther discussed by 1rofcssnr of Providence of Massachusetts of Brown and the discussion occupying the convention until the time for Iho ndlonrmncnt of the Tn tho evening the exercises partook more of a social character than hnd been the case at the previous Tlm scats In tho body of the Null were removed nnd replaced by a table ox Its whole tastefully dccoralcd with lowers and all the appurtenances of an scllont Tho admission was by and included only tho delegates from sister itilons and a few invited The wore open to tlio public and were well Illled during the The exercises begun with prayer by the of while the minutes if the previous sessions were being read by the the Clovcrnorclect of the entered tho and was received with a on nd of of from a special com mittee previously reported the mimes if eleven gentlemen to act as a committee on a icnlennlal contribution of funds for educational who were and on motion of Fish Cutting was added to tho conunit us Its This committee will meet and will draw up a form of address to 10 sent to all tho churches of tho denomination n explaining the nature of and HOOCH ilty for this A letter was read from Columbus Secretary of tho inability o bo present nt the sessions of the The iiililniHS of tho evening was then made by President of Brown ipnn The Conditions of tho Power iui1 Irog css of a Christian the President of the Brooklyn locjal then made a short address of wel ut the close of which he Introduced Uov CIOVKIINOK Tlldon rose In his place and was greeted flth long continued lie began with and but was interrupted by ries tt from all parts f the and in obedience to this wish he pro cedcd to tho and from there spoke as AND OKNTLUMBN I am under a vow f silence for three sol amo here tonight to Join in the appropriate Icasnrcs of the but not to make a r ciime after a weary but I have Hlcncd to the very Interesting and Instructive IdrcKS of and so clear was is and so clear his thoughts flowed their conclusion that I have rested s I have listened and have takon In every word lie biid to Of course I do not DRYING Till DKADTIIR roSSHSSION OF TIIK NKfinO ATTACK SAID TO IIAVK J1KKN 1NBPIKKM ORSSI1Y AND GOVIKNOI AM December In qiilei In1 the city and The county authorltlei burled the bodies of fourteen and about tlm same number have been Imrtod by private Iho white citizens still re lain possession of acting under the advice of tho County Board of Super the memhcrft of which are negroes with one An election for sheriff December has been nnd gives general The Mayor will Issue a proclamation In tlio mornliK announcing that peace and re nucHtlng citizens to resume their usual avoca In an Interview o a Vlckslmrg Hernia reporter today wlfli Andrew Owen the negro commander of tho negro column which advanced on Grove who a Owen reiterated that Bherltrcrosby ordered him to come to the city with nil the armed men he could and that Crosby gave Governor Ames as his authority for calling out the Crosby says that Ames nnd AUorneyOeneral Harris advised him to call a posse to reinstate himself In hut that he did not do and disclaims any responsibility for Hie three cqkuuiiH which marched on Viohs MiOItll OIJTIiAOKS Dneeinber reported burning of gin and farmhouses by negroes In tho vicinity if telegraphed from here on is Dccombor Vlclwhurg telegram to the Western Associated Press to night says The war Is over and all Is The Board of Hnpervlsors today appointed a committee to The bodies of twentyeight negroes have been and many others are yet to he Hevuraj companies have been serve under militia their services will probably not be Heniits report that all Is ipiiel In and that the negroes who were massing to conic here from Hinds County have The Btmrd of Supervisors have ordered an election In lill the vacancies of Circuit Court two and two con Ths absconding Chancery Clerk will bo ordered to come home and give a bond for the faithful performance of his or tho olllco will bo declared he having been discovered to lie acting without tlic necessary none appearing on Most of tho stolen bonds and papers proving bin guilt have been the embezzling Circuit was ar rested today and made to go with the Com mittee of TaxPayers to llud the stolon records of his villainies arc still coming to and nearly all the comity ollloors are There is a strong feeling against tho Governor for keeping these men In and pledging them the support of this colored and leader of the Is still but the other prisoners have been released on a promise of good be No violence has been offered to who says Governor Ames and AttorneyGeneral IlnrrlH told him to organize men and attack the The negroes say they got their orders from Republican snys the attack on the city was as it was and the leaders ought to be It says Crosby Is as big a fool us other and Intl mates that white men were at the bottom of TUE KANSAS REtlRV Doeombor Hoard of Directors of the Society for Uollot of llio KntiRiM In this a inoetlng last n UIU I lint THE LOUISIANA HKlUlCffltfO turns whonhvy 8 to tllu t board in A member of ar rlv o i the board could not lie evidence tlieso returns by bo referred to tlio 1 Apprehension exists that enough Conservative to tTio legislature a working majority in the the ease would Conservatives will be re bllcans supported by Van is to appear ut lloothH in April us r HAUTON December State i ens Association adjourned this pvenlmt non o AW ut which prollt A December held in thin city tonight to orgnnlzOTniJ was reform Some llfteen pert mis It was stated that It wan proiiosocrWros sent to Congress a petition sotting forth t panlo is duo to tho restricted amount of and a defective bunking that an amendment bo Inserted In t lie Constl n empowering Congrehs t per money to the amount of 0 per of the assessed value of the properly In HID United ofuli will 1 TIIK IRON ttio reBolutlois adopted at tho mooting huldon cffflSi thoronortors wore uskod to tbo 24th u It tUTroportors wore uskod u aud iposing tuo rutlttoutlon troatywltU RIVFU Deoouibor conditional io libX uittrkot lutUlit olty la unusually do tlio lbX uittrkot of wltli fauillloa navo lu tUo WBtory of tUo CONVENTION CINCINNATI At couvoutlon WiMtbru TobivTOOOutters intlna tSe Middle Wuatorn hold roao lutlou Twua ttdopted opposluu thu bill uow poudlmt In CousroBU of uuluxod luuf tobauoo tu Ulllv UI1 UlllullUimll1 tion empowering Condons to lamiu pa Htatesrnndiiroliiblfing tonKresB from diiloKutiiiK tlio authority to any Individual or enrpnnvllon to luHioany part of such Tho proposi tion led to a uud tho ahbJocL was laid over until next THE ARKANSAS December Senate to diiv In Committee ol the and adopted u bill oxcmptlnx mining uud maniifao turlng establlshmenls from tuxnllou for the term luthu JloiiHii tlio Senate bill dlrectlnn tho Stuto onicliilu not to receive levee bonds In payment for State lands was and tlio bill now goes to the INDIANS AT TIIU WHITE nocombor New In chawiof tlio educa tional Interests of tho and accom panied by n delegation of Indians Irom that visited tho ICxoeutlvo Mansion at noon Tlio visitors woro elaborately ilressod In Indian The President received tuom by tho Secretary of the Interior aiid Jommlflslouer of Indian Affairs bo pnia und exprcHsod himself ploaaed with tholr fnendllnoBB to llioir tobltj of and desiro to nwiulro such oducatlon us would contribute to their lappinosi and en able tlioni to oujoy unmolested ttll thocouforta of FAIR OP THE CIIUUOH Of THE Church as a general afford V people so dlBpoBod uu opportunity for assisting th ohuroh oil protest of buylntr urtlclcu waifii rait Tar abort of an euulvulout for tlio prlii The fair being hold thin WOOK by the CWrcu of tbo ut tuo Republican Hull oprnor Tlilrtythlrd street uud U prtflutf uu exception to tUo usual it tbo siiUpnnu lust evenlne are u orltorlou for the Marvellous bits of uoodle uud woil olioluo artlolou for tho both for goutlotua and lartlea toys to small boolta pic tures for lurgo With u cetiorut aasftnunt of useful aud ornamental paMUlany doslrublo us UoUday vroseuts for woroa ox lilbttlou uud fur uuroly money wvor the expouue of tbo At tho and looorouiu the eaiuo moderate charges woro notlooablc lu Uoed woco tlioy ovldout lu ovorytUlun to to the ontortalmnou TUls t wUlolUwau lust and ends Suturday oveulufOBous Its doors at 2 oclock each auiolOjOK repairing ol tlio Churoli of the ilcuX as Its name Is u worship for otttiudButs of ull oroods who uro horn sure of Uudlug bolU couio ttud altmmit to conrrovurt anythliiK ho laugh for I nlionld have found that lahorloiiH and I ladies and gentle upon thin to mo HO HII und HII lutureHtlUKVou join on tills occasion Koilul olisorvanceH anil Hdelal pleasureH with relltrioiiH and educational Tho olijeets whluh anxomhle you I am liillo sum you have wisely tho iiiutiioilH to interest and carry forward the earnest to whleli you are I am Kind In Und here ronrcHontativcH from all inulH of the Of I iinderHtanil that It IH the peculiar and crowning Kory ol your tUmoiulimtton that your mission has been from the llrst HIIIOIIK the You Imvo soiiKht to to to lead on In the paths of right Llm poor and tho humlile perhaps more than any other Tims tho llrst Kical to and It has been tho peculiar honor anil tho pe culiar Bcrvlco to manltlnd and to humanity that the Baptist denomination htvvu to und cultivate and Ap I liopo you remember on this ICHlivu and on all occasions that a similar doscriptloit or olielo of holy charities und Christian fellowship should Im extended to all parln of what oneo the United In that the Southern iart of the there Is a vast missionary Held that more than any body can I Invite your attention In that di I wlHh to impress upon you upon this oc ociwlon the groat of the hlicli mission at will bo boforo If you will firing hunk that existed half a century ajo with Up people must ho united In the Sn followBhlp In order to make a puauo in one Ap I will now Introduce of Massacliu I am quitesuroyou will Is is a work tu whieh you pciicoSigllarly Afler ton years of arms Jra yours of puaco so far as the clash of from impo you will all go away bo reul iicoaMan bearing lu mind that It must bonds ol real union ani Dornian then to yon llio WllUj for he Is lliivernorelect of and Laughter IIKMAIIICS Ol liiHlon took iho follows AND OKNTIKHKN f thank yj como within tlio limits of your groat i wealth of for your welcome ul consclium of how much of it roimrd for tlicHlato from which I Anil tuiiugh It Is not my privilege now to speak or Mutwuolmautm other than one of her Vet I will venture to thank yon for tho niuiiuer In which you have honored the Stuto by Die kind manner In which you have welcomed I am not under any vow of silence but If I should con tinue at lonirtli I fear you would wish that I Laughteruud Idlduotoomo to make u liut I ilk bring iui attontlvo and hcloif ready to I will yield to those eliiqurat gentlemen whom I wan promised an opportunity of Again tbaiiklnu you kindness and generosity of your I will HBAIAIIK80K JIAVOli Mayor Huutor next uud suld LADIES AND aeSHBMKW IllOSI PAUTS Of THIS 0iHAT Union I uui ouly lioro to bid you welcome to thistllyIt Is oulled tho City of CliuroLos i It lulglit ta eallod tho olty of gouer us and I will ilua it and you shall Uttvo tlio protection tUo miiuloljiiil power of tuo city If you gcUUto I liope you wfll and not Ouly but uu others aiming CUrlntluu Ap The eonvontlou WM urthor addressed by Douwber Oraud of terduy ouud uulu usurping uu l y TDBlnir lueffijl he aooepted u oUullonKo i tlmrgliig him bed by tlie oon iu the gives bou4 In t set for trial Tu wo uui of j fttctthat tit ft JOUIM uud tUo cuao ID A HACK NMW DooHinjinr Hpfciiil Hii3H tliu of fJnvornor AIIIOH tlio JjtsKlHliitiiro JH iinaul inoiiHly tliaii wJioin no mini him lnnu niortt tn urnuto tliiH I clitrcs Mm raco cunlllot IH now on and ho woman uro ruudy to bonln with iixn unit linift to KlutiKlitnr iho wliiVo wotnon UIH Ono Ioniuikahlo taofc Hhoiilil ho only Llio country noKniitH IIHVO hnon drawn into llio rjlio town iiru too to IHI dujKd hy tluiir JUOHAJIM ONH IIIJNDUKli ANI JIKTV NKUKOKH Tlio futtnal nnnilior of nogrocs Irfllcd In Mon dnytv IH jirohsilily Imudnul and JVulycihht wcro hurled In ono Wlmt euro my cough 1 The Onrtrtl Ifrtfl lit iiotiii A tmv immid Koilurlck Kcl twcTvn WUH iliownrMl Hkntlntf In yen ODV crnor of ordnrwl nit nltr tlnn on uoxt for td CimnttCu tloniil Lon Tlm Soiltd Wnthndlflfc Crtiifrrrnco In nrflnlon nt Hnvannah ndoptnU tlm Toinnornnco rouuhiMun ly u votn ol In Two pnHnciigfr coaolinw of n trnln on tlio rt cli KhHroail worn linnet by llm bruakhiK1 ilnpla iionr WnducHiljiy even ITS CAUSE AND MKUTINI or TUB ABSOLUTION AND ADDIIKMHKH ON rilli The New Ynrlt liruiiitli of the Public Health AHSiiclallon held a public meeting last evening in Hie lower lectnreiiiom of the Hclmol of Mines of Columbia The room was well tilled hy professional men and lo listen to HCV rral papers on illphUierlaunil the miinnorol cnni baltfng iiarticiilarly in large IrofcMsor of the Jlmurtuf the traiiHactlou of some minor routine the reading of papers wan begun by Lewis whose essay on the eaUHCH nnd uutnmor Hi view of Jiactorlun was mainly ilovntid to slating what the prevalent notloiiH woro in refer ence to tlie He Haid I t iH Wtill UUHSYII tO tlllll HTMtlUlDIl HlillCH Ol CXIUrlllUlltll thill till lllfilUHII WIIH triniHinittnil liy Iniiituliltliiu unil cuniinllilliiiitnil liy lliii It U now known Uml tlm CHIIHD uf tlm iti iv In itviiry UHMIID mil inulH uidilr In liumi uml la Hnvitru DIIHDH thoy urn riiunil in tint In tint vinY of lllphllluHll glUVlHllVVllltl HfllllH lint COIIIIIDHIll llllllOHt Ol tllUMIl Ill lliu uml linixitluuatlDil of tin Kinlll a inniibur ul rubilltu arrived ut by Unnimn inliiiii Beveral physlolaiiH spoke on the views ad vanced and their own experience in thu study and practice in relation to Iho The second paper of the evening was read by liuylcs on the public sanitary control of His remarks woro very briof and elicited no direct He Hiild How to with illplitluirlii HH an itpliliinilit hi iiltinn In u ul Diibllo unit uiniurul uml tint mofrtmlim Hlioalil bit ruudy wild im Irom the protruutiiil louivl iioiilliiniinoit or tint illftmiHti unil IIH ruin nf illiilitbnrln bun riutiihnil u point In thin Ill V IIIK Hint HItH II to llm ruuk of nn nplilciulo nnllliiK Inr Out llrnl Idim IH tu luuul ImHplluU j but UiiH iinnit bo abim il uu Hut urn young ulillilrim wlio not nn mnovcil Ifiini Au uliiniHiibnn or It wliolo hnutiti in imHlly Illlilu in nn niiniiiimtli illNliUHn ninrn iHolnlloli In lor lint pnrpuHOiilitinii unil Iliml but lnyinil nil prlvnll innliiw wn nnlut luolc to HID Ilitultb lliipiirl Thoro Hboulil u full uornu for tblH minclul A Hort nf ipiiinintlno bn ininln nt hnuHtt In u tlm pivtlimt rumovhil in HID top ol tlm bniiHii In lill iilliu IliiyllH u pliin liy wldiili llio llonnl of Iliniltb uonlil curry out u Hyfilcniitlh iiinilo urcoiiibnUfug lint Ellalm Harris spolio giving HIIIIIU fuow in the history of diphtheria In this city and In tho He said Tint llrat fittid oiwn of dlulitunrla ourllfluil nnil rcijla twiMl liy tlilH iiarais In Vlio Mly Nitw inrlt onotirruil in thu nracUiHof u luniit Irinlwortby dlau nil llio JOtli of Tin Hunuinl uiuf thlril fatal on tlio inn tliii wim loislntoriil uiiiirly i forlnlKlit mill bit tfro Hio ouil of tlm yiiir llftytliruo ilniitliH bv INlH o liuil boon hi llio Unl lliia illntuno ly lu u inllil ulnl wua ll tlnoiiKli thu auimiiur ami iintniiin nl liiM iqtuully lioeii la u mild uiul 1 nil tliruiiKli thu nutuiiin ol I utur of AUrivliiuu JiwoUl luul found in and hn fortylivo piillvllts lilUIiirint Irolil u pu t nt tho Unrnmii WLTO niiHitii of dlpbllioila nil of 1851 tlioro bad IIIMMI 1KS1 tbcnMrthnt institution i uud ilnrliiK tliu yuar olghtyolght uioro of tlioHU CIIHCH Itunilullii hud n fnw Unit 600 liuiaory children niulady wlikb iSlcoillud n few luHtuuuoa of thin thouo wcro hifjtalfLuporvouGd unou uud Tho Hllpervcuhig diSSlilf Uiplitlunlutiu niipeur lu thu tho but tbor iHilH olty uud lU uu amjou of autll iiour llm uua uulfuroil thua llubtly family uud illapouiiury or niuuted upon tho iiroDuucoofdlgmOV uotlood aud oom und llQ aupwitit lu of rSIKHlio ovidouco aguotila of a nuiuor tho uiid niltclieti u tltu inontli uud ruuaott yut cor tilled CiiuttLu of tl filth uoiitln of hoBltutluzi u nd niucli thib Or u bcurluUnouu oua otliur kluda of iiijglna wuru ci who hud uot bfcoiuu fuiuiliur iwated thumMelvta lu rugurd to 1U li But lu dipl very aud win vldoly dlatri nnd fourteen ftoui It wero ngivt whoa tbki dutuiue wiw ifiiiulutt Ioothold lu thu olty of Jt liuaunjni MUM lu uuuiuEouti u mull or It aniauareu the city of Aitftuy oarly iu of lu th half of tho city which U couth of titutu It uluiowt dccluiutud thu uhlldrou butwonu two uud BOVfcu years of There wuro upwHrda of two thou Httud cftbLB of the diaoiwe ruootfuUud lo the wuolo olty firut tun U9 aud taore wtro lu tbut pLrtyd 1U from It iu traced the dlaeoao in dllfureut tiuutloiitt of the oltVi uud Uow IU courao uitukua yut tuo ot lUc old wuiorcgaiticy uud Six piiRHt worn Thn Mttlo Kofknnd Kort Hniith Rnllrnnir wnn undurn dccrun of tho Unltnd HtatoH forono million It wnH noiicht liy rfipioscnLu tlveiKtf tlin ImMriortguHT Thn Itortdunil Shoo Coinprvuy hits th cTifclro rnjillrtl hicn aljHOVhud lu tho Mvotnnl u liiill vivrt tho Rotniumy Imo bcmi1 tlnlny buwln Tho Ifnlillltlon will cxccttd 6nn unnntH ftbnut At ft nmotliift of tho Olinrloeton Chutnbor of CnnnnoreoycHtiinhiVt highly roportrt woro ol tho romdt oftlm In tho utor on Chtirleflton mid It n Hotvcd to luumorhUtzo ConyiUBB for aid comptatlftg tho Nollco has hrnn ftliiil In tho rrlTIro of tho flocrotary of tho Commonweutth of hy Uoidtniln of i itiUtnUttii to to tlm1 it lonrt for nu not ofltrcnrporallon for Dnrlun Hhlp Canal C coed At u mooting of tho Pliurd of Trm H N colon nnd Oilln CB td rnprnHcnt tho Ixmrd ut tlm nnxt iiiiniiiil of tho pomlnlon A rcKolntloit WUH to niciMorlhlivto tho to tho il WolldiulCuual as Iti dopUi orinur t on tlm mitro nlln of nnil not UK nt Aiicllon ThU at 12 nt ADKIAN fit nl 12 How it nt 12 liutAnn HKTTH it at U nt H at at 1U rfl r Bnldwln to omhor ft iri7 l of t Oo r o CfmrJfl Wllllnm CluTohmd to On PutcrH HptrtinWooil by tho RimHOlL Ttioninn Itrrlno to Mriry Iinulna all of aftld pi No On IJoroinhrjr Inn IlMiry Oliver Wnlrtou to hoth oTKnvr at pr Mnrlford oh1 Derfimbor flur ii jlMirt Henry illfl MnUvfH nm frlnmlft arc fnvltwd 80 attend1 tlie fti ilernl alnn nicmhorn of Arohltnet Loilffpr Hoim MnrilmUnn Comlnnml JL KnlKlitH and Annlent Lodge of Iur Iniicral will tntc piano thin diiy WorlnnHdny Dccifmbor nltoC rfKdwwrd The nnd frkndn of tho of iHfino to iittnnd tho lunr Icmii lurrlatc ItyirmMi DcKnlh thlw uflomoou ut a On DeeeinhrT Murv BRnd Hll UTO ho rnHldonno of NEW YORK AND ITS tlio illalnot will Ino tlilH ovnnhiK ah AHfmohitioii Hull for Hut Young UCHH Clirtfltlau The Federal HiipnrviHorH of clmjllon und Hpoisliil leputy muiHhulH lor und Ilceiith AnHimhly OlntrluU will hit puld this nvuu tlm olllco of UnlLcil Mditrn In tlm d IVderal CliuinburH Tlio Now York Ortontolotfloul Society will liold iiKMitlnKln thin Monduy next for tlm din liui of professional Alonduy ovmi wIlhuHOHHlon ut H Knnl Thirtyfourth Utnn will Uti Infill In tho jmrlorH of CrwbyH irch Tuesday morning and und vVudnnH lay inoniliiff and Tiionduy ovonhiK ut IM Wtmt iiIyelHhtb niiiOH Houtoucdd Lo ttio Klupjrt Ctmuly for IIUH fliLluii hulr to vorth of properly lu ItngluntL STATION IBLANJX TIici lend boily of u child WIIH found ynstftrdnr ti WlnnntH on thu Morning Htur Uuvhtl IncliOH under tho Tho polleo took harKiof Jt and called Coronor Tappoii to hcild un In rn NJSW Tlio Thoodoro ThomaH troupo gave a eonocit In IllHt rollioSoiKoimt of JIIIH biion iHpondud hy Aliiyor Iorry Tlio now Third 1rcHhytnrlan Churoli In Moruor will ho formally dtidlMihd JJIauvolt WIIH iimtuUcd luwtor of LHo HcfoniKid und of ho HolbuiHMl IroHhytorlan ul liming hiHt A horno to Aloxiiinicr of NditJi run uujiy ycntorduy morning on Mul licrry uiid friipulod lihmiulf upon n IdjiJUtulIy A nollo hatt hoon ontorod hy Btato In tlmciiHonf IhoKUto Aldonmin of und OCon In tlm uuno tried for the lint I time ovor u your Tt IH Hitid that Pomtrivlvuida Kallroad Ooni jtdiiy Inland to huvci it pliotrifruph of tho rorlphmt n very PIIHH over tlmlr roud iiimKid upon tho hurk of tlm In ordisr to chcclt tlm of llmm toothers Tin CorurtiH jury in tho OIIHO of Jlonry WUH nut over uud klltod nt tho IrovoHt Htroot ciowidnK f Iho Krlu IIUH iiciiHiind tlm com puny for nut jiroporly TJK Htrllto tho MongHlioronion In JorHoy City him led ninny fontmr lo diriitolvo llmlr CON tuiaiou with Iho ami It in Hlutittl Mint many ml ditlonul iiitinhcrH uro only tho noxl muolhiff of Iho union to Tho woiiuiiiri toniiioraiuo uniHudo him opomul ut Monduy I a hiuxl of womon vlrdkd n Hidoon und hotfuu HlnKhK nnd until ho proprlulor WUH Tlmy lutcmil to itttika tlm rmnid of ull tlm liotoln und In tho Tho Hloanilioatrt JoniiHylvunia and John Noll lyitinuL tlio Htrout Ihud ly un Inocndfury IlitiHilny Tho formor WIIH 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rcnialiiud out all uud ut rtluy tlmy cntrrud tlio courtroom uud iinuouucod that It WUH linpoflnlliJn to whuroupou they woro Whllu In tho Juryroom two of thu mum lioru wero tukou vtolutttly but Biipcrlntcndent of tho Ioiuiavlvaula thu chief ungliiotTH of thu Now Jurauy Central runifittuntalivuH of thu city of Klhnbulh huvu uueu ruutiitly conforrlui uvur pluua or ao ulturlug thu croudlngH of tho two roud a lu tlio very heart of that city uu to avoid thu IOHH of I lib tho ucolduuU whluh hnvu njcently buuu uo Tho two lending pluus uiu to erect brldgoa und to uluvutu tho tracks ubovo Itio A MAMUVACTUJtUUS1 CONHIUNHUNT 77U OjiiiotilUi worth of Holld Qold uud Hllvur orth of UuiU worth of To bu uold during tltu rugardletitf of Kvoiy urtklu murkod lu plain Ouu IiIcu Holia Culu Silvur aud Solid Gold uud Kvury warruutud to kcop perfect Tho ftUovo Uuvo utua couulgucd to UB by tho lnudlug nmuufucturtrs lu tliU couutry aud TliKHo comprlBo tuo tiucat Imported to and aro inado by tho bent Wo uro authorised by niauuructuruM to soil tho ubovo goodv rvgurdletftt of aud at vrlutiH wliluu wo cordially luvlto tho puWto to ClltAMl OlKWIMtf DAT AND L UlUUAUD 77D Tho nf tlio Tamil Invltitl to attend tho frrtm I TJionniH 4iJfJ Wont IMA Krhlny ut 1 at iV3l oclock In Htoplion fn thn war of bin ut hlh ii88 Jonrth A Hdirnin umns of ronnioin will offorod In Rhurch of BL Vhmonj do North Sixth utrnoL ouj Hahinlny nt 10 oclook aud tho rcrnnhiH if 111 bo ormvfiyiMl tliiiimn linnicdlnhilynfiVr toCutvaryComotorr Tim nmrulurH of tlm KrfomUv Intrlctr Niictutr of City oiiHMtiitlon Van lit mid UHO tho frlonJn uf tlm uro Invited lo Decomlnrc lilLolifc In Mm fiUd yfnr of his Nfftluo of fnimiid on Tnoflday KlljuiiPlh wills of liiiKhuuli In tho Glut ycair of Tho nslatlvcH frlnndfl af thn fnmlly nro rfiBpocl fnlly Invltud loiiLtend Iho liiiicral from her lute WnHlihiLton this Frldiiy ut 4 of Conrad awl Mar gnnt l t nmntliH and 8 Thn rolativew ami IriondH of tlio litmlly aro rnHpoedfiif lyltivllod hmHiiid the fnini thu nmldimtM of hor 11 North fllooro thin nt 1 In on DooomlMir aHcr awborL and palnltil Vlclorln In danghtrr of JaniuH and Huru auml fi KulutlvoHititd fViondfl am InvlUd o attond Ihofiinn thlH Krfduy at 10 Irom tlm rortl dcimo of her Jivy Dooumbor Honry Tlm funeral will take atliln Into Ollf Hliitcn Uiiu Krlday iifii Tho rohiUviH nnd 1rlondH uro rusncctfully luvltod to ttt Irrnl tlio Jornoy on TnoHday iiltor n UiiKsrlnK Umllojr 7t 11 iimnUm mill J Kiiiicnil ticrvlcoH for tho fnmlly and rclutivcH ut late It MIH lrldny af utJ and jmbHo Horvloon utthoJurHoy CKy Tiihcnnulc at 0 oclock Hftitm hlH Inthin ou WudnoB Drccnihoi Dcnfamln In tlm HDtli Thn IrlcmdH of tho fumfly uro hivllnil to uttond the at AU KmilH1 corner of Fourth iivcnim and Twentieth bin Mriday at 11 without furl her Jn thin on Deoombcr An toinette ugwl 10 wlilow of TlinmaH inifl frlcnrlH nre Invltod to attend ItrlutlviH from her ilic of liiir won In K lilil Khivntifli thin IKrbhiy at 10 ocloe Train IOUVOH ut ivntii 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