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Boston Post (Newspaper) - December 25, 1880, Boston, Massachusetts No Tun p08l\ sat Deday Moe Ninet. Deo. 25. 1880. Inocal sum Dahy. Sherman will oct univ one of the stage at the museum Lii evening. &Quot.Gen. A. T. Sherman and his Soa in Law were enter Alneil at the St. Botolph club Friday Ciering. The annual reception of the Boston Lotos club will he hold in Odd Fellows Vilall on the evening of Friday dec. 31. A regular meeting of the school committee Vili be held in us chamber in Mason Street on Tuco Day 28th inet at 7 30 of clock p. A. On Friday evening engine company so. 26 received a lot of confectionery As a Christmas present from mrs. John b. Bailey of no. 45 West Street. The Ray the programme of the Boston theatre will be enlarged during the season of of Era which begins on monday. It will be a handsome and Elleri aiming Sheet. A lunch Comolia Centary to Gen. W. T. Sherman will be Given by the merchants association pm monday at 1 p. M., in the dining Hall of the association 40 Belford Street. The literary society of Chaincy flail schoo opened the Holiday thursday afternoon by listening to prof. James b. Taylor a Reading of a Dickens a chri8tnias Tirol a and by singing. Or. Folsom formerly Secretary of Ibe Massachusetts Board of health who Bas lately returned from fur Ojie reports that the Massachusetts system of dealing Wii juvenile offenders is receiving much attention in England. Temple Council no. 25, Royal Arcanum has elected Oil Cora for ls81 a follows w. 11. Freeman e. In. J. Anderson v. R. T. Fee jr., o. D. O. Siison score tar to. W. Donehey collector w. S. Hixon a. A a. Small g. A of Meara chaplain p. J. Dailey a. L. F. Ashley s. Bigelow Kennard it co., who were reported to be sult Rirs to the amount of #3, too by the thieving of David c. Blis and Matthew Lane arrested on the fall River boat a few Days ago think it in probable Tuiai they have lost of much property. The of Iii article of value which they have recently a missed is clock Worth about #1c0. The i urls annual reunion and ban it Quot of the class of 1f76, English High Schluk took place on t Hur i it Lay evening at Youngs hotel. Of Cors wore Cudeba follows Charley a. Gammons president Jean a. Hackett vice president Hockford Ece rotary t liar Les c. Guite treasurer. The orator w Rinik n. Allen and a. Austin Fynes was Nihi master. The Noddle Island antique and horrible is a k nation officers As follows president Quot William f. Seaver vice president David Kel Lough treasurer Shamni i 1. Crafts Secretary j. Clarke True Tes a. Walker Fred. L. Smith John ii. Marshall George b. Lewis i Cirard Hon Calille Iii Hucia committee , c. P. Coi ilm and j. Brown. Star Council no. 161, american legion of Honor has elected officers As follow. Commander Liliam k. Quot a yer vice commander George a. Jones orator Lbert Secretary Della cold actor Howard Frisbee Newcomb chaplain f. Gilbert guide Mary t. Lib a Wurst a George Curtis sentry f. A. Loeke Iru Stees Harvey c. Gifford John a. Vilen a. Ham Rei it Rose natives a f. Collin or. J. A. Shennan. A pleasant Surprise. The Foreman Iii the composition department of the i of or. A. To. Cohick and his brother Jar. Fiji in p. Cohick assistant were on Fri play afternoon taken by a new Surprise. It con his Eil Iii a Prescan Gatior. To the former of a very Lle Gaiu Gold headed Cane and to the latter of 3� Beau Iliili watch Chain on Wii Icli were suit Able , and by a note to Cipr Ershig High appreciation of the Ben Olcia Rich signed by All now employed under them. Nothing of the kind was dream cd of by the Reed in a a Iii and Liev foil nil quite Moat passed by the circumstances Surat it us dog them. Both Jio Wever Brielly resp Nueil in appropriate terms. Sir. I Ulerv treasurer of the Post publishing co., Bavins been informed of what was transpiring a vent up to the composing room and after a Ninin eng the , was called on to say a word. He resp tide by thanking tie printers for their generosity and Espiti ally for their appreciation of the i on Man and 1 is a Misiani to whose Good qualities Slid tide Lite tie litre Gigli testimony. It was a pleas Jikit occasion for All coach turned Siul Oue worthy both d1 the givers and recipients. The engraving on both 11 0 mementos i.-, very artistic. The articles Vivere by w. Bailey no. A Washington Street. A i a Lulaj a Cliris Atiqi is gift. Do Friday or. Jordan Marsh a co. Do dilated to the inner cats of their working women a a place part or edition during the Noonday lunch hour one of the Pulci sanest besi into rooms in the is Kablish mint occupying the space directly tii Ider tio Atli the Magnet cent Cutie la and facing Washington and Avon streets. The Hall is Light and airy Lias it Smootie floor of hard it Ine and is supplied with All the Lei Ubangi periodicals of the Day. During the Busy ii Outlin a. To ere arc Empi oved la the manufacturing rooms lure then women and at no Lime Iii Llie it ear is the number be a than 500. The work rooms of re Lilac to up with every convenience conducive to Llie health of in Eliom but the recognize the Sci d of a change of by cite and sir anti have taken this step Lii Chi will be heartily �1 prec Saied Liv All Iho a w to participate in the Bene-1�o�. Lirui propose to arrange for Wicklu Enier la unit til for the a Tisi Layol Talent that Many of the a a Luyt so e. Known la i pos Ess. The id a of fur nil an oids not unit for is Origi Jinai Wii i Nordau Marsh a co., and their term belief Itiat it be Nauvai Itagia oils both to them and to aide in Emilio a 8, is shown by the tact that the space Lei Cihi if the purpose is valuable in Many resp ois Lor Mimisi Ziess purposes. 1 heir thoughtfulness and Gener Itaf can a aril fall Tobe Purefor them the Best i Otaie a unit rms. I. Tiie welfare of those for whom it is provided. Merby Chr Mas our Holldand Wlms i cum Kroc us Pfow the i it air is to he observed in this the Church festivals Etc it it cd is a naturalized institution in now England upon git it is some Lime since u took us place in equal favor with native american companions. Ii bad nearly As hard a time in gaining a foothold Here As did any and All thing is from Over the sea which were inconsistent with the High peaked hats ugly doublets cast Iron faces and the a fear god of the Puritan fathers. The a know nothing party was of More ancient origin than the exciting times of Twenty live years ago for the solemn puritans were it first members and he party of later Date was not More bitter toward fancied enemies than were the older Fri now nothings against Christmas and companions in the Calendar. These Good people of the seventeenth Century thought it Well to have a fast Day in the Spring time and to spend it in sol Cine fashion mortifying themselves and pleading for Good harvests and safety from the red Man. 1 hey also thought it Well to have a Day of thanksgiving in the fall which they spent in equally solemn fashion giving thanks that the crops were Good and that the red Man Imd thus far curbed his passion tor Scalp taking. But As the eighteenth Century advanced the puritans began to realize Itiat there were other Gmal people round them and when finally alter Many years had written t heir stirring tale.8 on history a Page and the Puritan manners had softened somewhat by the friction of ideas and when the course of events had lost lied Hie of Pirih of july As the National birthday the 22d of february As a sort of icon dark birthday Christmas began to Tako place in t he Holiday Calendar and once there l�rogres8 toward Universal and also Lulu pop ii Larriv was Swift and sure. Fast Day remains like the representative of an ancient and honoured family holding position by prestige thanksgiving Luis has become a National instead of a sectional institution fourth of july is the patriotic safety valve and the Twenty second of feb Iiara is fourth of july by Brevet but Christmas is the Holiday of All. Foi old and Young without regard to religion patriotism class or locality. Our naturalized curl is an English emigre it and our Christ a a Maui ors and customs Are modifications of the English and to the average ame Cau the English i hti�tma8 in one of the brightest things about the Linkish i be. The German christinas is to a Page from a German hairy Laie delt Gottul to read of like Elliou Kaiui and one companions. The Renli a Phish and a outliers european chef Mas we regard As a Church , and it is to the King Lisle Tesi Ival and our Orvn that we turn Willi pure Delight for Idiu eur Oynie and Good will toward Iii ii. I l at the nay will be generally observed in the Tiu Riili by v i Tuc of present giving and receiving who Lias wandered Upu Iid Down str Tel or into any of Ibe fancy goods and jewelry of the City during the past two or 1 hypo w weeks Cna testify. As to outside the Fani ily the a everal theatres of the City will each Iii tide is and evening , and doubt 1pm-, they Avih be Well Atte Deil. The churches of the Citi w ill very generally observe the Day by Peeril service today or sunday. There were in no thu in festivals at the f ourth Street Horrih 1 lick e Quot treet congregational Chii Reli the l re by Lerlan to Quirch and the Dor Elissier a Street and i methodist churches in South Boston on Friday evening the usual musical services Vic i held at the Church of the Advent and a morn elaborate service will be held to Day and repeated to Morrow. At the South Congregaci Ozial Church the whole of the oratorio of a need a by Saint Lens will he perform Elt a both to Day at 11 . Simmav at 10 30 a. At the Jii urch of he immaculate Conception the w ill probably exceed in splendor those of past years. Elaborate preparations have Tieu made Cape Cialli in the Way of illuminations. The Here ironies will begin i .5 a. when High May a w ill be celebrated and Moz Iris second maps will be Snihir. I 10 15 solemn High mass w ill be said or bestial music will be furnished by tie Ger mamas Carl Erra Hii Leader. Williams w ill if Lisiate Al the pontifical High mass at the Catho dial of the Holycross in the Forenoon and again at the be per service. At other Catholic chair Clies notably Lle is. Aii Gustini , St. Francis be Niles St. Lamest. St. .foseph�?T.i, St. Patrick a St. Stephen a a and the German Catholic pains have been taken to make the musical portion of the exercise of a High order. J he Niu in to be performed at Tremont Temple next sunday will be As Folio the morning at 10 .0 of clock or. Hide and fugue in minor Adam doxology by the Temple choral Union and con Gap Caiiou Anthem a div give rite thanks a Mcfarron Temple t Horal Union 100 voices Bass Solo a Meh a Costa or. Hiram Tvilde pin a a it lord How manifold a Barnby Temple choral i Niou Organ Solo other Loire in a Cli Elius hymn by the l Emple choral in icon and congregation Post hide Fantasie in Ubach. In the evening at 7 30 of clock prel do toccata and fugue Eberlio Humble Faith a Garrett Temple choral i Nion Soprano Solo Christmas t and Adam mrs. F. French i it Gaii Holo. Andante Mendelssohn Organ Solo in Prii Visarion hymn by the Union and congregation Posi Hule a a Hall Hijab a Beethoven. Or. P. I horus organist and director. Do sunday evening there will be a Christmas Vesper sen leu at the y. A c. Union conducted by the Liresido-1, w. Ii. Baldwin. Brief addresses by or. It. I. Eliot of Cambridge and or. Baldwin. Special , in charge of c. 1. Capen. . F. P. Whit Nev miss Sabin miss bulkely and others Are sex peeled to take i Art. The usual Hrip Tinas festival of the sunday school of Christ Church Salem Streer w ill be i eld 111 the Church sunday evening. The Elul Dren Mill enter the Church singing the prices Lenal hymn at 7 30 of clock. Carols will be Sung and gifts will be i Tribune a from a Christmas tree. w ill also be addresses by Rev and Oiler a. 1 he Friend.? Iff the new England Home for intemperate b Emi u. No. 112 Kend ill Street where Turing Llie it Law o yers Over 300 different inmates have been sheltered have made quite extensive arrange Nisi us or an appropriate Observance of the Day. Riziere will be a supper Vilh a grand reunion of former inmates w to have been Bicie fitted by the Luslie Tiili ii. Carols will be Fei Iii interspersed with readings and addresses and a bountifully loaded Abri Hinias tree will yield fruits in met Ivory of the occasion. To evening exercises arc to comment e at 7 3o, and a Koit sociable time generally is sex poc Teil Many of the charities of the City Keci it the Day in a fitting manner. Among Toliese Are the Home for Lillie a an Deritt Baldwin place the Industrial Homo North Bennett a Greet the child Cne a Mission tre Inonu meet and the North end Sion North Street. Thu be festivals will occur to Day. There i Lalo be a Flinner on Bill Fincik Street to Telegraph lion he Means of furnishing it having been contributed by a ii Niber of benevolent Peison. It nil and improvement at prison Point. Some Dino a a inc the Harbor Coni missioners Graut til Ibe Fitch Birg Railroad Corii Viany a tract of Low land Vav hic at High tide is always covered a with water2,t00 feet Long and 100 feel wide. It extends from the Junction of the Eastern and o clock p. Some of the gentlemen expressed their dissatisfaction with the time of the starting of the train retire renting that it was Loo Early in the morning and too late at night but or. Losford while expressing his desire to acco Ara Odate the petitioners said that the present running Lime of the trains would not permit any other . 1 he in Aiter was taken under advisement. The Railroad commissioners have made a decision in the matter of the petition of Alvan Drake and others for a change of time of running Tram so called on the Boston and Maine Railroad Between Reading and Boston. This train has run for several Vears at Al a. From Reading and 6 41- p. Boston and no com Raint has been made As to the Lime. But Peceu la a change was made to 6 46 . And 6 45 . Us on this petitions were circa Laid for various hours and All the names were finally placed under one of the headings used and were presented to tie Boston and Maine Railroad asking for the old tune. The petition was granted As to the afternoon time but the hour for the morning train from Reading was fixed at 5 55. Nuch being the Case the Railroad commissioners refuse to make any order on the petition. The Malden tragedy. The l., la by of the trial of Catharine Driscoll Closi Nir ajram Mentz a verdict be turned. A Petite . A Bright eyed and Pic unite Little maid with blonde curls it Epi Nir conc it Fly out from Mulera fur Call walk a into our Sanctum of Nav and bonded u her card we Iii read a Eva k. Britton age i Edi Resi and proprietress of he Hurricane a Chi Ruslon s. Fast Tenient of hot r by mess a a fou ii 1 followed. She Hail Cost to Boston to get to her liitle diaper a Sioui monthly for Bioh she i a Only Model Price of 50 cents a Yeiter she a. Travellil All Over the country upon this by since a wit 1 her own Ente Jirise and Pluck for i t r Only Rel juice. A i want you to give a real Nice notice in to Morrow mornings paper a Aid Phe. Coming at ii ctr to Itie Point. Ivc replied that a sve would i v and Alti and to it. A cd hut if Yon Only try Yon May forget Proto do a had no to Yogi by tier make a mde it a pc i 1 make a Verv it a Phatic inn Al note of it. �?o1 a ibid to be Al Tiline 10 Morrow a a he eos tinned Quot but a a a Vii a big i i cart before plea Ore air bring it about ibis put up at the Best lintels and Evi evilly Lias a Little nor use about her a in it i Tou Iii of 36. She is in Felting the trials of lire a Raviv and thee no a and we Trust those who Nav Piave the will enc Onni e her in Oer of nut airs. A a a Elic it old Toston. A very relic of old Boston i the building 111 Mariliall ire. T. Or tween Lenover and Union Are Etc occupied a the Marshall House and by or. \v.i, in Arnard t resent owner. H was built borne years Prev Lous to the War by or. A Benezer . Air of Tohn Hancock. For Manv year.? it was Chiq died by be Cruezer Frosli 11 Guam father of Lue la c Rev. A. A Frosli Ingriam a who Wii no incr the vein Rable k. L. Kolh torn rec can Hii r of he Boson a Niom Lloud a and a a to a mrs. T. B. Wales were Quot porn be Hie old Maii Dot a House which in Dav a con a of cider a a Lim of air Liili ctn re. The Block of Bosoi in the rear on to reek Square then called Hancock Lane a it re built by Etc Neazor hat Corl. A to Eui it i flour of the House liar been Ocee Jurii a a ref a store for a Venty five years or More and since Sci by or. La aurnt the Jire soot occupant w Jio is the oldest Shoi dealer in l of too. This acne ruin b Iii ctn War la the Olden limes the Scearc of Many in to Nide gathering. When that no i ghz re a was the a court thu not Hingh Aiu Tournai. At Tuc tute House. The election Sermon will be delivered in Kings to Diane or. Jan. 5, Rev. Or. Fibber of Newton. A charter has been been granted to the i i Jion a company of Westvale. Village gon Cord wit ii a capital Stock of $80,000. Or. Of Rodirick Saliny 18 irem Deurand or. Edward c. Damon treas Tiger of the new ration. The will Cotton and w pollen Good. A charter Bias also Bee u granted to Tajc american t Iii it Auy of la Well with a casual of j2�i ,000. Or. Liob Gytri Big tuber is i let Prev ident. Mitchell has filed the following t Iii Vihti a for the ensuing year fuel and Light sr3, repairs tier Nimrie Etc in you a tid Hii Grid exam see of the Genii dial court and the of Tate Itolo $5,c k books stationery or inline and advert icing ordered by the Ergeant at arms f8 of Pei this of building no. 33 pc Merion Square. Tlo.-�0 , �23,300. Tie Al Venth Ward aia Lonai Bank. 1 lie a flairs of the Tiev Riith Ward National Bank this City which was compelled to Stop business in 1366 on account of management of ii Roii Dent the late or. Elijah c. , have been closed to it. Alter the and ecu death of or. Drew the Capi Lal Stock of the Bank w a scaled Down from f 00,0i .1 to �200,000, and an assessment of a a tier cent was onado on the Rei Lucid capital. The in ont of the a a Estment has la men paid Back without Iai Erzsl and now a final dividend of 11.67 por cent Londhe reduced to 7.38 per cent on the Iiri Gmal c a Tai Wal be paid to the stockholders on the surrender of their Crit float is. Aew if finale. The publications by Oliver Dilson a co. Are a by Folium ing a Ocala a forever and forever a word Lay it oct l Ane in in by f. Paolo Tosti a say Yon 3x�ve Kitty Darling a words by Frank Myrtle Onusic by John a Siretz or. A in the Bright sunlight Quot word by win. R. Waits Muic by Kerd Olker for the piano a Quot a a Aurilie a a a wat go from a the in irate a of Penza a arranged by Lebaron a a la a lion a by Albert Juneman in b hat Mior a tor piano or org in by a. F. Sudds. We fun Len t pictorial. The Al re to Nuin Ber of the new England pictorial an ill Urquit. D Anjier publish of by the photo elec Tro Typo pub Ahing company has made us appear ice. It is a Han Deonie sixteen Sheet Conlam-4r,b a View of old Seo Liay a buiting one of a Olav a query a u now exies. A double Page illustrated map of the City and strangers guide to places of a Nure to besides a number of other illustrations let us a Large minoan of interesting Reading Mai tor. The a Alflen mystery. La the District court at Malden on fonday the Case of �ow1s b. Follette a hartal with being concerned i the death of miss Rebecca t. , came tip tor trial but was further continued anti the 31�i iii81. To allow the prosecuting officers More time to procure evidence. Or. E. B. Oort sell Counsi i for the defendant objected to postponing the Case Timi said that be w As ready for trial. Tiie Ini get i Vascon timed in the afternoon in private. Atiemo Tecl suicide. Amite douglas34 years of age wife of Henry i Dou living at in. 36 Grove Street attempted i cuu to Gay into the Utor at about i 3t we a bks a Oil a nay night. The cold water made ii a sued univ change her Nind about wishing to die Erie d i Ojst i.-.v. She he ally rescued b Glt org .srr.,w and taken to the mas3.acliu j Petts 1, irl to phial. Fatal Schult. bwe not of no. 86 Mucy Street who 1 to he pm Hospital on tuesday on of i vere injuries to Hie head received while a a comp died of his i Jurica on Friday. The Knapp Nir Rrt murder. I Tiu Muni Ipa criminal court Friday morning Lesmo judge May. Joseph Tew. The alleged Knapp Yir it re rid re = Tynni Getup and was remanded i i Pul fur on monday Nodi. The trial of Catharine Driscoll Quot for the murder of Mamie cretan was resumed at East Cambridge Friday morning. At the opening of the court the counsel for the defence began Bis argument. After dwelling on the necessity of a motive being shown for committing the crime or. Train continued so far from having a motive for killing Little Mamie Ziedan mrs. Driscoll would never have committed such a crime because of the love she bore her own Little Robbie who was More intimate with Mamie cretan than with his own Sisters. Did Mantlo cart Dale go out of mrs. Driscoll a Kitchen that afternoon e say she did and the govern sent save she Aidna to but they have failed to prove that she did not leave the House. 1 lure is but one of All the wit Nessi s who does not testily that the wounds on the child might have been caused by a Railroad train and Are better accounted for on that theory besides it is shown that the woman could not under any possibility live made the wounds on the head with the w a Anions in her Possession. That the child went into the House at i of clock is a tact that she went out again alive before 2 of clock is a fact and that the child was Oiin j near a Stone by the Railroad track is another fact and Alt the other facts have been piled into tie cellar by some one after tie arrest of mrs. Linscott. The chief of police Lias Toni us that he a thorough search of the House and cellar and if the Louy bad lieu there he would have found it. The Only tact which the Iov emment has got is that the child went into the Louse on the afternoon shut Limey claim it was killed. The fact that hair and it Lood were found in tie cellar proves nothing. They have Bruit get blood Romigh Here to Stock a Slaughter House Anet there is not the least testimony produced to show any of the blood Stainis show n Liere Vevie made by human blood. 1 done to believe that any murder Bas teen conic pitied. Ally. Ien. Marst ii then made the argument on bal half of the govern Merit. It does not follow i hat the Coimin if Guilly is so in the first degree be she ring Lii have struck the child under Cir cuu instances not involving a Deliberato intention which i if True would be Iii Law. Manslaughter. Atm Ever id aced the child on the Einai Kment placed it Piliere in order to give an of an Accident on the Railroad and placed Hay Nils hand to strip Nihen the Sugges lion. In it had been killed there k would live been seen by the Large number of sear pliers by the scores of going to thu in work by flu engineers of the Railroad if it Baci been there any length of time clothing w uld have been wot and All the witnesses i ave testified Liat they were dry upon the outside i except or. Rhoades sex Chad of police. If the child had Leen struck by an engine it would Bave been thrown or it Ward and not downward. Tipiere was not a Ulrop of blood upon Tho ground of the Cli ild Hud been killed there Al Bast a of blood would have been found upon the shot and there is evidence Llinat it bled to death. And so with these facts in View we come to the that till child was not killed there on that Aluir slav afternoon. All the Doc ors May in regard to rigor and Diget Tion a Hown to us that the child must have cited thursday afternoon. Tic Hood i found covered with Earth Down in Driscoll a cellar the axe with the blood and hair the bags stained wit i blood and there is the a it lace where the de Ted was Curan fitted. There is a great Deal of blood a lion to be. Probably that of his but noon Manv of these things the blood was proved tube mammalian blood the t Corcoran boy told Liat he thought was the truth in the beginning but like an honest boy. When he found he was mistaken he came Here and told the incl he that he did not see Mary Redan of Tho Streel ortday afternoon about 2 of clock. Theg Ovidii Niento has Lull leu the St Tenient made on i co eur org that it would establish a Chain of evidence one end of Wleh should be ached to Little Marv cretan. And the other to the hand of Gatherine Driscoll and the end of the Chain approaches no other human being but her. Judge Ames asked the prisoner if she bid anything to say and told her if she had that nothing which she Milit Niter would be used against her in Lic then said �?o1 have said All that i can say that Lam innocent of the death of the child As almighty Iod. If i have to suffer death this Montc i would come out innocent in the Eye of almighty iou. I no More killed her than 1 did own child. is All i have to after a Short recess judge lord administered the charge to the jury. After Detling the diff erect i Grees of murder he said the subject of the murder was a Aid to be of a very Teater age and a different nation Alliy but that makes no difference in tie Law. In older to convict this woman Beroud a reasonable Dmit that the deed was committed by this woman void Are to make no distinction Between to snipe and evidence for it is almost Moos sole to it lib to Kigiu h positive from circumstantial evidence. The most on is has the government introduced such a a of of facts that you Are satisfied that the woman comi tilted Liis a toed at the Conr Lusious of the charge tie jury retired. Alter being out an hour and a Tiati the jury returned brought in a verdict of manslaughter. The it i Iso Iier w As remanded to jail and will probably b Brit Highl lip for sentence on 51oi Day. It is not Likely that any exceptions Wilt be taken. Elevated railroads. Llie Railroad 4 or fun to Grant the Ilu utes asked for. And indicate a Lim Erous la the i elite oils 13tc. Entertainments. Or. Franc he a ill Loo the two Kniert ailments to be Given by or. Harry Vav. French at Tremont Temple on of Nav and sat Unity evenings of next be very unique. I Bey w ill present anti empty different Prog frames from the one or. French brought Forward at the tune of i lecture hereon the is Insl. A a Large number of new and Beai ititus views will be shown illustrating the. Seener life and customs of Lud Iii. And in addition to the rent Are sahle feats of the Ilii duo jugglers and Snake charmers there will be Marc Iii by a real naut Cli girl and some very remarkable performances by a Hindoo knife thrower. Altogether the Sentori ailments will be i novel and int ere Ting. A a in Ark that key the final to performances of a Fane on by miss Maggie Mitchell and her company w ill be Given at the in Ark theatre itus alter-111 on and evening and Large audiences Are a certainty. On monday evening miss Clell w ill a Eai �8 Eyre a and Wilt repeat the a Persona icon on Tim Day wednesday and Rhi Isdar evenings. _ on Friday and saturday evenings and a blur Bair roads at to Risovi 1�?~oiut.toa Point just East of. Railroad crossing and lies South of the i a a t a if i j loft lit i Riff engagement will close on new y earn i Fiihr Birg Grant was Given the private go of drs Vamg the Channel beyond so a to make it Ulvi gaol for vessels of the tar Gesi Tiiu the. It is on this Liaci and that dire Cuy across lie to arks which is now being holed in at the rate of one Hind raid ii iut Twenty car loads of Nivol Pel do i that to tie exies Sive to Weir Lonni Nul Riscili , which have been under for a Long nine l ust. Their Jileau coup rises the Cou a irn Tumi of an Imine use breakwater of Granite tor the entire 2,700 feet and tie work on it has already been i Init need at Ilie w Stern extremity. It will be a solid and a Ubol Uil Lal piece of in Somy and alien comic noted will afford some of the Best wharfage l ii Lii Les in Boston. T he work of filling in will be i Onai need just As 60 in As locomotives and cars can he Hui aria. Track will be it us Down As fast As the filling will allow of it and when thee Tirc Williot the irate is to Ilio i All there will lie a Omo eight ecu or in Onty tracks Attiat can be Uii Liutai for freight purposes. A Bridge for fill Ling in i and also for the Transfer f cars Iron the fitel Iburg tracks on to those of in c ea.-, Road he a also been built close to the Jim Etiopi of the to and but a Short Listi Ince the Hittle Iown i engr studio i tie or in it the Ginipro Vinnent 16 to afford the Means for the ready transshipment of Vestern f late has Eoin mince let to come Over till Hue in Reni Kahly inure Quin Titiev thou Gli unit the to the Vard facilities on the of nose be Are la Nisliet the new land will be used tor the making up of freight trains and to e storage of cars the Oil. Of filling in Eoin peeling Trio Wail and ill a go in will not be compile Ted until late next Ting or a ii in the Sii Miner Ard it will be Runph tii d Only at a very treat expense. Were it i of tor the Beavy nigh freight that during the pal Lew i Hollis the company consider a trouble and in Many w a ii on i a f Pel r plan of ration would be Png hed More rep Idle. As it , All of Mieir Are kept constantly on the Niad and All their cars of every Are in demand to meet the wants of their traveller. Tit Haj tool declamation. The last j ublies declamation exercises of the latin school in the Bedford Street building was hold on t Kirlay Forenoon. As tie session of the school was Ai.? hi-4 in the old budding it was made Cape Lally interest . After the elocution Ary exerts or. Moses Merrill the tied master of the school made a few remarks Ajir opiate to the occasion and introduced the new superintendent of schools or. Edwin r. I Seavor who made a Short addre.�.?, cont Isug tie Soti ool budding and school of 260 j ear.? ago w Ith those of the present time. I. Epee s. Dixwell the oids Vlug sex head r of Iii school was then introduced and was a try a tinny it of a ived by tie boys Trio masters and it c i it is. He was the master of the school from 18 56 to lb51, first in the old building which stood Willettie i Arker House now is. And then in the pre eau Lundding. He described the Oid building and in Uci Himics or rather want of facilities which it did fir Stinky and the Joy which was Felt at getting into the Presont budding Wieb was consider etl As Large at that time and the foundation ail growth of the present school Library and to Fleetion of curious and interesting models .11 d objects of an which adorn the Ball of the building. He mentioned in particular that the greek a cd Ioler of that Dav had to hum out his Deal nations a in Bigdi the medium of the latin and greek lexicon fire being no greek and English lexicons then. Or. Cigar Les j. Capen Tho senior master of the school in Point of service Niazie a few remarks div Elliot especially upon his experience As a Pupil under master Dixwell in the school Street building speaking in High Praise of the latter gentleman. I lie exercises which were wholly Idun Rompou were Tun closed w Ith a few words by or. Merrill. When the school after the Christmas Vaca i Ion it will probably be in the new building. The Case of Kobert Howard. In the of nixed Stales court before commissioner Hal text of Nav Robert Howard lie Prusen la live elect for fall River to the Legisla lure was arraigned on a charge of obtaining naturalization paper.? but falsely swearing on the 30th of a Lanuard of this year the complaint was sworn out a amidst him by George Groton of fall River the Defeated candidate for the legislature George p. Sanger jr., do Qirici attorney appeared for the pros culion and Gen Benjamin f. Butler and Milton Reid for the defence or. Alexander ii. Trowbridge assistant clerk of the United states to Iiri Lesii Lisl to drawing up the papers for or. How or i. Gen. Butler asked that the complaint be i nurse His reasons he said for of asking were first 1 the Deputy clerk of the United states had no Echt to administer an oath of naturalization and oven though he had the naturalization Imperf were not. Air Operle drawn. A part apr it living Lor naturalization is not required to prove residence and vet Howard was sworn on this Point by a officer Laving no Power to administer such Patti. I he oath a Juring allegiance to a fall foreign i.rmce�. Pow it is and in intact est was not signed by to e deft Jdant a req fire by Law that was one of a he is a initial parts of the of Jet As upon thar v. I he liable to be held for treason or excused Iroini leu it to Bis former Govch Merit. The assets Lant Dis Ric attorney or. Sanger replied brie five. He the Case was one in which the Public , and the que slides raised should be sett d Jisoon As possible. The Rase was again Roii tinned to Friday the 31st inst. A Chr Patmas a Ift. After mass Moore had Cut included her share of the Eteri ailment at the Howard last evening or. Or glib the a Tage manager Calleri for the presence of manager Harris upon the stage. And almost look that gentleman of Quot his feet by making film a Little 8>ee<h. At the conclusion of which the background open it and reve aunly no illusory effects but a Oora to and handsome Silver service the appreciative Gill of the Emo Loyes it get the House the performers and other friends. Though comi diely surprised or. Hams la Ansted to return thanks in Apreci Tivo and a or opiate terms but was interrupted before Ullh conclusion by or. Wright who called Aiton. Tion to a Large and handsome Oil paint in the work an a the Gill of or. B. F. Tryon Ibe treasurer of the theatre. 1 to King one Honsl duration with another it 18 probable that manager Harris wih enjoy t Yinsi ups. A work orment a Traub. Some of the residents along Tho line of the Woburn Branch Railroad who have been trying for some Inonu is to have a workingmen s train put on Between Woburn and Boston appear ii before the Railroad of Friday to urge their Cim Liua. Hokum Heaford manager of the Road biased that be had made arrange meets to have a train Imit on Jan. 1, o leave Woburn at 6 06 o Obook a. M., and returning. To leave boat on at 6 4i6 evening. To Morrow evening there will be another grand sacred concert by the coloured Ideal musical so Ciamon. All the favorite stars will a Isicar in a Chat ice . Boston Mas afternoon even cannot be More pleasant la to Iii in Wii a represent Avion of a voyagers in South uni seas a which will be Given hero Lor the Verv a.?t times. The dramatic company perform Iii in Rovirta Nee next week and Tho to inuit to it i Era will have Ibe stage Here. On new years night or. Los Jedi in Rector will make an appearance Iii his Fum ii of a the a the italian Oil Eka season begin on Mon Ilay it the Boston theatre with a per it finance of with Cam Paisini Galassi Novara Monti. Mis Annie Louise Niy and Lle Avria Valleria ii the principal roles. i Lamme Moor a a Meti Tofele a a a in rigoletto a a car men and Are to Boilow a luring Tuc first week. Tie indications Point to a most successful season artistically and financially. A the Ghi Misti a ii Strei s will give amuse Nunt at their matinee a evening to Dav to mail of the older Coote who find in their a revival of Tho famous minstrelsy of old times As Well As to the younger class a it of Anui Serunt seekers. Hall will Donbah pcs be crowded. �?�?ga11.ty afle noon and evening Are the last oms Ori Jiulie of the Hnin Orosie Rierso Didou of the a widow Bedo in Quot by Neil Burress. Teds afternoon the kind Pieart Cal widow will pre eid All the Eli Ildri a in tie audience with suitable Chi Tsimas gifts. Next week a the Touris so ear. A Boston in Searels of amusement to div will find the museum a place to visit. Tin famous comedy of the Gnu a nor a which Lias kept the Public laughing a it sold it it a if Ever la Righett before fora Inonu i will lie the at traction Lith site Rimoon and evening. Lore theatre. A a a enchantment will be i resided at both the matinee and evening the Globe it atre to a Lay. I his Piagni Icem will undoubtedly 1 e Witni sed by a hous Aniis of those who elect to spend a portion u i christinas nay at the . How re inti Iione and evening perloriiianc<�?~8 at the Howard mob Uigum today w ill be enjoyed to the utmost by the Large Iii in Bers of Hin sement stokers who will gather within portals. The is Wonov of Al the Pii Kronage it May have. The handed. And Learon society a a tic form Tiee of a a Messiah in music Hall to Morrow Evenin a will begin at 7 of clock. The soloists Are mrs. K. Know a miss Anna dras Itil or. W. C. To a War or. Georg Ilen Schel. Tie performance will be a Ine one. Cram dual. On i iday afternoon officer Downey of station four arrested James Ryan on the charge of stealing a package of goods from Russell amp ex-1 res. T he Driver of the team saw Tho larceny and succeeded in capturing the thief after a smart run and recovering the properly. Louis Garnant was arrested by inspector Baxter on Friday on Tho charge of to steal Ock Lbook Troma lady on Washington Street near Avon the sume after no i. At about 5 10 of clock on Friday afternoon officer Harris of station five Arre Tod Joseph Sevro 27 Jear Sovage for the alleged larceny of clothing valued at 1116, from a Aloalii Clark of no. 21 Decatur Street. The larceny took place several Davs since. The pro Yerty was recovered. Inspectors Burke and Baxter arrested Man i a dare and Fanny Brown on Friday on the a targe of shoplifting from the a Tore of r. Ii. White amp co., on the afternoon of the same Dav. For some time Pat a number of the silk dealer about summer Stree have been victimized by forged oilers which have been ?Eit on them the order being signed by the name of first class dealers. On Friday , an worrier purporting to have been signed by a inn was presented by a boy at the store of Downs a Adams no. 5 Chauncy Avreet. The order a led for three and one half rounds of silk valued at $40, which was Given to the boy. When the firm closed up their business for the evening they found the boy hanging around Mieir door with the silk still in Bis Possession upon being questioned the boy said that he was sent up with the order by a Man whom be Lett awaiting him at the door but upon his return with the silk lie found that them an had left. The boy gave a thorough description of the Man and later in the evening. Officer Maxwell of station two arrested i Cimuel j. Flynn alias 5olins, on Tho charge of Jias sing orders. In Flynn a pocket w us found a or Ler Simitar to the one which has i just been , which Ria l As follows a please give the bearer two Iii did of Black sewing silk a letter Bill Tho Worfler 11 56 per Pound and charge to the account of Seavey Foster amp Bowman no. 18 summer while Maxwell was looking at the order Flynn Tore tie paper from his hand and rent it into fragments we 1ch were recovered and together. Flynn Ives at no. �?~284 fourth Street South Boston. Accidents. A team attached to a a Arriage Behm Ging to Lawrence Burbank of Grove Hall ran away on Washiington Street near Avery on Friday afternoon. The horses dashed up washing on Street and Boylston to it Tremont and at the Junction of Tremont Street and 8hnwmiit Avenue the Carriage collided with a Clr Opolean horse oar upsetting the carnage and i Browing a 10 year old daughter of or. Burbank who was the Only occupant of Tho team at the time to the ground in a Lusens ble condition. Tho horse was soon after Ard caught. John Joyce a Sailor on the Steamer bulgarian fell into the bold of the vessel at cons Titu tto ii wharf on of Nav Forenoon,. was a ii Ute seriously injured. He was taken to the City Hospital. James Howard of no. .37 Colony Street South Boston was taken to the City Hospital on Friday on account of injuries rec Ved by being knocked Down by a team at the Corner of Congress and milk streets to e same Day. His injuries cons Sieo of a fractured jaw and severe bruises. Tfaye Mcl ski is care. Judge w. W. Dwyer of East Boston in the Case Michael knee bad returned a finding that Skuse was drow Ned having accidentally Ratten from the Steamer Kesto Nau. In the matter of the petition of the director of the several assoeiation.? for the formation of the Cambridge and South Boston the Boston a lid Dorchester Railroad company uie Boston and Brookline Railroad company and the Charlestown and Milton Railroad company praying for routes for their several proposed railroads the Board of Railroad commissioners report As follows the Jie tit loners renew to Weir request for routes to be Given under their petitions dated oct 13,1880, in accordance Willi the views heretofore expressed by the Board. It has been objected that these petitions have not been before the City of fit Verni neut. But no new petitions have been filed nor Are any such petitions necessary if the first ones were properly presented. The Law provides that when Rietl toners have failed to agree of a route with Tho municipal authorities they May come to this Board which is Bouncil to give one. This Board has refused to give the routes eng Natly asked for but it does not follow that a new petition is to be presented. On the contrary the Law provides that without new proceedings the Bora shall proceed to give some route to the Anpelt cants. And this has been the course heretofore pursued in similar cases. The Petit Loneis when they asked for this Heiring indicated their preference As to a route and asked that it should follow As nearly As possible their map crossing the water by sonic urea adjoining the Tipper Side of the Bridges and running on the land abut ing of each Street. They did not specify on w Bich bide of the Street routes should be Given. At tic time of the hearing this request was withdrawn and the Board was left without any suggestion As to route. It is hardly necessary to say that if the request had not been withdrawn in would not have been Gian led. Passing Over the Legal objections which made the routes of three of thai a roads unlawful and impossible without votes which never Conort be obtained the Board could nut have granted routes which threatened the destruction of Many of the most valuable buildings in Boston and which would have ruined us principal streets. A the duty of the Goro missioners is to Grant such routes As will Best accommodate and least injure the Cozens and landowners. In he routes proposed were such As would most i commode Llie people and injure their property. Some of the most valuable estates in the would have been destroyed and the Road would have been placed where operation would most disturb and Erlanger travel. A few particulars will demonstrate this. In Tremont Street the Road ask ii for would destroy the .?Eum. Kings Chapel part of the Parker House the tre Nikont Temple 8t. Paul a Church the u. 8. Court House if that can be take the masonic Rem Ilc and the intervening building or it would Deim Lish among other edifices the Treu out House Fark Street Chuich the hotel Pelt am and Odd follows Hall. 1 he route requested on Washington Street would destroy the old soul meeting House Iordan Marsh amp build aug the store of k. Winte a co., the Cali idral and tue Luter vening buildings or it we hid destroy the Isears build the Heralio building. And other valuable estates including the t Ovinnio wealth hotel. To ask for such routes was reckless. To have granted them would have been criminal. Wien Llie possibility of a similar Road Lia been suggested As an objection to the tie ueral rain Oak Oue answer been that Coin Noii Seise would prevent inc asking or granting of such . La tins Case it a Ould at least forbid the granting of them. Sog Ereial a demolition of Buti dings would have resulted liboro this project that it has been said with some , that like pro Diosal was to a system of rail in sex Eli auge for the existing City of Boston. It is True that the Exoe use amounting to Many ? it doll a Ould prevent the Consoni Tiou of i Iii such roads. But prof Erv Holder ought not to be subjected to the annoyance and that Widd be caused by having such a Cloel Row upon 1 heir rights. A route has been held not to be an a a encumbrances a in the Legal sense of the word but practically it won be a most serious i Ichuin Ranee to any one who wished to dispose of this estate and it would cart Niue fora year after in was granted. It is not probable Liat any route that can be git Teil under our existing Laws will Ever be used tor the construction of a Railroad in the heart of Boston. But the Board is bound to As if it might he Anil to consider these applications As made in Good Faith and with a real purpose of constructing the roads As . At All events the argument hat tie roads never would be built could not Well be used by the petitioners. I he Board has spoken of this at seme length because the same Obj cimons that apply to the Romes once indicated As the Choice of the petitioners apply to some extent to any like routes. To build Lour steam railroads through the Eity of Boston and a Cross streets Keet it in so near chief thoroughfares As to accommodate travel would destroy Lens of Init sons of Proi it Erv and to Grant routes tor four such roads although they never would be built would greatly Properio Bolders and diminish tie present value of their estates without benefiting anyone. If it Ever becomes the duty of this boar Llo fix such route first care jul be to und which will least injure the Public. It would be our duty to do Liis now if the Law had been Comphell with Liy the petitioners. But upon careful consideration it is tie of Inion of the Board that a fatal omission has been made by the parties Beloro us. Tic Law requires that before applying to the municipal authorities a the directors shall prepare a map of the a rot Oael to route on an appropriate scale with a profile Ilic to of on a vertical scale of ten to one As Comitia red with the horizontal scale and with the report of a skillful Engineer based on actual examination and Survey showing the manner of constructing the Road and a detailed to estimate of the Cost of Tilis map need be followed by the Board but it is Iii tented to slow Liat the petitioners really want and it will generally give some proximate idea of the Cost. In these Cas Stiie maps All Hough excellent Diawn for the Jiro Jiose Street roads Are utterly worthless Asai it plied to True tires now asked for. A the report.?, also have no relation to the present designs of the petitioners. They include for Iii Tance. Ini Lami damages whatever a title that item would Lor each Road amount to Many millions of of a Llars. A tin be ap.? show routes forbid Len by Law and 111 Llie opinion of the Board a Nia of a route illegal is uni Sulci a map As the 1h\v re quires. As an illustration Suji pose tie petitioners had ii.? tor a route extending from North ice an linage to Gansey a Street and had presented i it of h route running All the Way Over the location of the i Rehburg Railroad. The supposition is absurd but none the less fitted to illustrate this Case 1? it a possible that such a map could be regarded As Tho in Iii re it Iii red by the statute and would this Board be c tin it Ella Ltd on Ai Leal from the Aldermon Lomant some other route but w Ould be no More uni f Syible or illegal thou the routes Delta sealed of maps. The commissioners do not Lay much stress non the i Oil that Belore action be had upon an to it Lic Tion for a route a proline must be furnished on a v. I isl scale of t Toone Ait Hoigh Titis statute requirement has not been complied with but we i hid that maps setting Foith routes forbidden by lav., and therefore impossible to be ii set. Are not the maps required by Law. Without such maps the City thit petitions and where the original tribunal has no jurisdiction the appellate tribunal has none. There is still another reason for declining to Grant routes in these cases Viz. That the petitioners have not Silacci i tie services of an Engineer at theist i Salof Liis Board. Their theory appears to a that. rejected their Loutes this Board is bound of ill to indicate what lines will be granted but to Burtcy Aiki make maps of hic route in other words to do the Field work and office work of sur Vevy it is and civil engineers necks Samily preceding the location of a rain and. If this were a Correct View it is cd ruin that Many months would be required before in Bourtie with other engagement could Survey Lour such route As Are Iro i Fitch exam inning is they would be of Heil to do every Rich of the around the View of to. Board Al been that us a Lut v was to in Ligate generally to the Letino ners Liat Ropic Woitiw to granted that Thev should email of tin eng nil or to do he work under the a iroc Tiou of the boat. This he always been the practice of the commission and no a Jipos tin has Ever a usen because fore being anxious to proceed with their been prompt in Chaser Vickio i Iii ears. A gone reason for taking this View of the Law is that in is not provided that a civil engine Ltd Shouble be a member of to e Board so that Tho Survey of a route by it Nii Clit be impossible. The fact that a civil in sneer a been a it pointed does not alter the Law or Chni Ngethe intent of framers. It is Sai l to at Tho Board might employ an expert under Llie i it re visions of Section 17 of the general Kai Roii l . But the wording of the expert clause exit Lude inc idea that they should by it employee for Uch services. It would be unjust that the Railroad con Hiams of the stale should Gay for the location of new rain Road routes and the general practice of town of icons and of county would indicate that Tho petitioners for a route should pay All the Cost of surveying it. For the reasons slated the feel that i if duty of giving routes to the several petition Era Lias not devolved upon them and they in Cliine to Grant any route under these petitions. By the Board. We. A. Cuaz to clerk. City Hull i vote. The Gity treasurer is ready to pay tic precinct Fluer who served at the recent Minuni civial election. Lire alarm Bono. ¿8,at the Corner of Boachi and apr civic streets will be cling cd to no. 6 in monday and the that now resin oud to alarms from that Box will comilue to respond to them. The Case of William g. Levvis of Framingham the Eity of Piston Lor damages Cauer a by overflowing land by water from the Kochi Tuite anti 8 ii Bury River a Seuis has been decided in favor of Llic City. Stile a rect it in missioners have about completed Ort on the of streets aril will suggest therein that where there Are two or More streets of the same name different names to Given to the same. The proposed changes will involve Between 200 and 300 names of streets in each Case where u change is to be made names of historical signify Aiice will be presented. The Gomon Leo on East ferry is has decided to turn Over of the next City government the Mailer of a new fifty Landing at tiie foot of state Street. The police on Friday examined 200 lilt Auis for on the police Force flies. At about 1 15 of clock on f riday morning a sue pcs soul Effort was made to destroy to a wooing House of John Gately on Baker place West Rox Bury. A the fire was set by some persons unknown and the House with ail of Gately a furn Hure was Conw Mied. The loss was about $1,200 insured for $1.006. The alarm was rung in from to 546. An attempt w As made to destroy tie same building on Iasi in inlay evening. Air Gately lies at the City Hospital w it h a broken leg a slight Blaze at no. 21 Tremont Row a noised Tho alarm from Box 36 at about 10 of clock of Friday night. No damage. An incendiary lire in a car Load of Cotton on the Newyl Ork and new Fingland Railroad near first Sirest. South Boston caused the alarm from Box p21 it 9.36 of clock on Friday evening. The Cotton which was owned by Robert Bishop doing toss on i Isidor Street was totally destroyed. Damage about $1,260. The alarm from Box 461, 2 .,Friday,was for the Bunin big of a a of Hay near Tho air Mystic Branch Railroad in Charlestown. Mac4az13ies. Epee Gallt noticeable. The correspondence is interesting and the entire number very readable and calculated to instruct. The publisher is Mout Ogne Marks of new York. J he Yoi Iii ladies journal for january contains an anime disc amount of information dresses Etc. So much that though it will be a month before the next will appear there will be patterns in a plates in this yet to be studied by fair possessor when Flint arrives unless the Young lady uses much Diligence. Besides All the la Dolored plates and fashion gossip the Magazine contains the usual amount of Long and Short stories and other Good Reading matter and. As a whole makes a splendid beginning of the new year. The publishers Are the International sews company of new York. A Quot Iii pubic Laa is. I or a Christmas gift. A Nice Box of Vrtel cigars is something highly appreciated relished by every Gont Lymao. The Chriceol to rinds in the Market can always be four l at be Tukrook amp Eaton a 224 Washington Street. Go to new York in elegant Pullman sleepers at 10 p. M., daily resuming at 11 36 p. Week Days or 16 to p. Put Dave via new York and new England and new York new Haron and Hanford Road is. A Tocks i height and earned at 6 per cowl interest by Job. In. Alden ranker so of Eek a or t5 Nathan i Goodnow. Bee . The popular science a monthly for Janu Ary presents a series of articles from the pens of some of the Best known of scientific writer it opens with part three of a a the Dovelio Prael of political institutions a by Herbert Spencer or. Felix Oswald writes of a physical a in cation a prof. John contributes second paper on a the and prof. Grant Allen discusses a aesthetic evolution in Charles Anngren gives part second of of motor.?,�?� and or. Leonard Wvaldo Tell of a texan ignation of at tin y ale other papers Are a a Rise advantages of by prof. F. W t Larke a a japanese typhoon a by prof. T. Mendenhall a artificial Nyomi Oisiu a by or. K. Heidenhain a indigestion As a cause of nervous depression a by t. Lander Brunt a a Oil plants of French Guiana a by or. J. Liar Nind a criticisms corrected a third paper by Herbert Spencer a distinctions Between Iteal and avg Paront. Death a by or. We. Frazer and a sketch of Gen. Albert j. Myer with portrait. The Art Amateur for january is a very Ham isome number. Considerable attention Given to Bernhardt Sart work and pie turns of Souie of her recent productions Are Given. The department of ceramics is very full and inter Osting and is Ilius ated and the Annii is True of the a decoration and furniture depart Intini ainu of the a part needlework department. Tho civil Tain Home new and l>e�ut4t�l designs that will doubtless be extensively copied. Two for plaques Are to the editor of the Boston Post the passage of the Burnside Bill through the United states Senate by the votes of about an equal number of both the political parties Narka a new departure on this important matter. The plan is understood to be to devote the amount received from sales of the Public lands to a fund the interest of which shall be distributed to the states for educational purposes in proportion to the number of inhabitants in each who Are uneducated. The proposition has Many aspects some of which that have occurred to 1 have not seen discussed in any of the debates or in the pres.�. 1, the Federal government alone Bas the Power to dispose of the Public lands. In a been the custom to either sell them or give them to Railroad corporations Rizic proceeds from the sales have been placed in the Freas by and used for the general purposes of the government. By the provisions of the Burnside Bill a specific is made for the proceeds of these sales. That Congress has the pow or to do this cannot it seems to be reasonably denied for if it has Power to give them away to corporations it has the Power to a they shall not be Given away and to dts Ose ill Advance of the proceeds from sales. 2. 1 have always believed that especially in a Republic education should be the foundation of the state and am As firmly of the opinion that no property qualification should stand Between Tho voter and the ballot Bon Aud As the free education of All the people in All the a Stales by each of the states i for the common Pood no better use can be made of the Public Domain which i belongs to All the slates than to devote the proofed a or the of the pro eeds to teds pm Rose Lay the states. If this is what the by guide Bill Means then in opinion it is a 20o�l Bill and Oue w hich should be pm loosed by All parties. A. There is another View of this Bill How of Var worthy of consideration. Certain great lines of Railroad have been granted alternate sections of Public lands which i have made them in period in wealth and a monopoly in the territory traversed by them. Flie withdrawal of the whole Public Domain from any such fun Tirc use in favor of any outlier and perhaps rival lines leaves these corporations with such advantages a to preclude any atternjit.? to interfere with the Mono oly they now enjoy. Whether this feature had any influence in the drat Loi unsent of this measure is an interesting Lii Stion which it would be Well for political still edits to examine. 4. While any future Congress would of course have the Jower if they wish to alter or repeal this measure if now finally adopted it evident it would be difficult to obtain a majority in any future Congress to do it Espoo ally for the Benefit of any future line of rail Oad however desirable it might be in this manner to Aid construction for any Bill which attempted to do it would not Only meet the opposition of states not immediately , but also the combined influence of existing powerful corporations who might a brought into Competition with the new line. A there is a till not dior View to be taken of this Bill which is As to effect on taxation. It is True the amount placed in the Treasury a Iii rally is now Only about a year from the Sale of the Public lauds and this i it the Cost image lion sales during tiie next ten years under this Hill it a million dollars annually a million dollars and if this Sura 1? w it held from the Genera pure Vosos of the Federal government and appropriated to a new use and one not before withdrawn from the Federal Treasury it must be made up from Julio sums received from taxation from internal taxation or Tai ill or Revenue from the people so that practically instead of directly taking by appropriation from the Treasury this sum annul airy to be placed to a fund the interest of which shall be divided Between the states for educational purposes this Bill indirectly does this and also prevents the granting further alternate so Etious of the Public to future railroads which May interfere with the existing corporations. A Vicli of these interests controlled the Neq to Voles in the passage of this Bill is a question. Is to receive from the from a fund whip i to be effective must be of considerable amount while Tho other takes effect immediately on the a a Proval of the Bill by the in resident of the Iii cd states after Iii he no Public land can be gratuitously granted for any Jin rinse Williona infringing of Uio of Liis Hill a Xci get it becomes of Eupie and coins within tie boundaries of a new state and thus passe from tie control of the Federal govern int. There tidally the Bill is one to attract attention from All who favor tie to Ogress of education but practically it can have Little Efi on the generation of Eli Ildron Over six jear.? of age As Tho fund will not have Suft a gently to do much Good until ten or fifteen years have passed. K. 11. J Jamaica , dec. 22, 1880. Tiik am kit any to Kadi. Oki Tuart. W. . The death of Vav. It. , a member of the firm of Sands. Fiir Ber amp co., of nos. 88 to �2 Faa Euit Hall la rect deserves More tau a Jias sing notice. Or. Furber was bom in Norwood n. H., feb. 7, 1881, and came to Somerville miss when Adjui 1? years of age and was for seven years Ems toyed on the farm of Charles Adams on Winter Hill the latter dior two of the Ime Beinar eng isred in driving a Market w anon to Faneuil Hall Market. His Industry and close attention to the business of Bis employer attracted the attention of the members of the form of Sands Craft a co., then doing business in the Market and be went into their employ and re main Ltd a in business with or. Edward Sands More than Twenty five Vears. He finally became the senior member of Ibe firm of bands Furber a co., and was the Active member of that firm almost to the hour of Hie death. He attended to business Reg Tilary up to the time of the sudden attack which resulted after an illness of two Days in his death. Hig Early life was one of struggle but without the advantages of an Early education he overcame All obstacles and made a business Success of life always meeting every business or Jiri vate obligation punctually leaving a comfortable Fortunet i Bis family a son and daughter. He was of modest deportment and never sought or desired any Public office. Frank honest and honorable in All Liis business dealings he expected and demanded the same in others. He did not mingle in society to any great extent but always took a warm and deep interest those who commenced life with him and always recognized in every one their honest endeavours for Success and if a Man deserved Success whether he was poor or Rich he received him cordially and Reatea him courteously. In other words he never outgrew the of his youth if those acquaintances had sting Pleil on As Best they could. Those who enjoyed his intimate acquaintance Prizand it highly for they always knew where to find him. He had Many warm friends and As Lime moves on the men of Faneuil Hall Market will sadly mourn his loss. H s funeral which occurred on sunday list was attended by Over 100 of the occupant of Faneuil halt Larket. Other deaths. Frederick Parker known As the Hermit of quid nit died at the Asylum in Nantucket of the 18th inst., aged 79 years. Before he adopted his solitary life he earned Outtie Nus guess of car entering Aud was at one time a Constable. His Shioji was destroyed in the great tire of 1846, and shortly after he renounced society and entered upon the life of a Recluse taking up abode at i unit. Or. William Howland one of the Ablest lawyers in , died of Thi misday evening dec. �?T23, at the Aire of 58. He was Bora at Conway mass., graduated at a Nilie Rbt College and sealed in Lynn in 1852. He was representative to tie legislature served As clerk of the school Board and was for a number of Vears City solicitor. He was a director of the Central Bank. Janies A Jarrow of Cambridgeport died dec. 23 of Dpi Tichena. He was a member of the last legislature and served in the lower Branch of the Cain by Bilge City Council for the years 1867-68 and in the Board ofal Derwen in 1866-76. He was at the time of Trio death a Deacon in the Pilgrim Church carib in Deport. _ Pii it Simian have pres Eribert a a Vikky vitalized Fotio ii hates. Car inc weakened Ziental and Iti Sical exhaustion and nervous diseases. It is 1� brain and serve fool. For Sale by Truk lists. a . Will cure Consi Impton. Coi Igns weas rungs bronchitis and Jeue Rai Dell it. Established 21 Vears. Mafir Lagis a. Pm Hrang la on at Somerville. Dec 23, by key it Durell Samuel f furring onor to Shani ale to 1 Andrews f truck Laud. . I peer Pattok Sony at Winchester. Dec 22, by Rev c p. , tie Erge a Dupee to Theresa j Patterson Ooth of Winchester. Iua Yek at Rexin Atou by Rev a a l i Verniorey prisident of Meadville Pai theological school assisted by Kev Horatio Wood of Lowell George Augustine Thayer to Katharine Thayer ii Athaway both of Boston. North Weymouth mass. Dec �?~23, by Rev p a Nordall. At the re to tence of the brides father. E Vav Arnold. Or. To l Katharine Miles. Kly by Ray at Sunity Sld new Koc Tielle the residence of the brides parents Doc 22. By Rev e a Bril. Kii Bira. Daughter of Eladio Ruora to Joshua b Kich njord of Boston. Do Chicago. Dec 22. At the residence of the id idea a brother by the right Rev Bishop Fallows u p. Of Chicago Aud Rev g ii Doobe of Leominster , official Trig. Jinnies l be Bose to Edwa a Ball of Cut Ugo. No i urls. n Ewi Onville. Dec 2.3. At the residence of the brides parents by Rev t w Bishop is stated by Rev a w Mason of a Bigan. Will lain f Kimb Hli to is Lii Idam daughter of Fayette Shaw Esq All or Newton. Deaths. this City dec �?~24, Helen wife of Linus Gli ild. A Mineral at t2. It Beacon Street sunday. Dec26. At 2 . A 11a h l Horn a in this City dec 23. Charles e lla Thorn of boy Ion. 31 years 5 iia uitus. Formerly of Milford. . z Tarthur Carleton. Youngest son of or thur g and Sarah l Fuller Agen 6 months. It ind at Jamaica Plain dec 2.3, Rebecca Huidekoper Bond vmae of George Bond. Tire Gorve at Ailston dec 23, Klitia v Gregory 61 Vears i Nisi ill. Zoffl so at Lynn dec 23. At 9 p a of pneumonia Ann Manu. A Ife or f. Goflin. Walk knt at Danvers. Dec 22, Harrison o Warren 66 i air Viilu 30 Days. Bpm of the late Jon is Warren. Robbin a til Boston Highlands. Dec 23, ii Arlotte Kent Ito Libens. 83 Vears to months 6 Days widow of the late Moses Robbins Forine Rev of cd Harlest in. It lkt13�?in �?T22, mrs Keturah Curtis 72 years 9 months 2 Days. Near a in City. Dec2l. Sarah.\. Widow of the late i biomass n Eal 73 Vears. Entered into rest. Pendleton in East Boston. Dec 2s. g. Widow of the late Nathan Pendleton. 65 years 5 Lamont is 3 Days. To the editor of the Boston Post by the Polit Eues of the of the a mercantile Library , i was permitted to Benr the re quarks of capt. Codman known Lii Niebolt on what was termed lie.s-1 oration of the anic Riean carrying Trade. R such to limit he Rea j to those present was very True and As a whole took the Correct View in toy Opidi Ion of our shipping . What he a Aid of our consuls us u Rule was True but there Are to that Rule for Many a re very Fine men and do Only against our Sbilis what they arc Komi rolled to do by our Winfort mitc Laws. The doctrine of admission of flips of 0,000 tons or Over to american Register. If 1 Midon Itulid or. Codi Mui w that a hips of mat Cla could not be employed in f tie coasting Trade an j that part of our Husi Ziess should Romiti Aiono to of american constrict too this i Tinl Erswood i iii3 Rea of. Task or. Cournan and All we lio Are Iii favor of this plan Why not admit All ship and a tamers free at once adding at the same time ii revisions that such and Steamer shall not be employed in our coastline Trade and that Illey shall be owned Only by american citizen six if the object is to Advance Tho interest of americans Only there can be no objections to this. Then to revise our tonnage the Law regulating consuls duty to Aid. Not to Rob our ships and the further that All the article for the Consoni Tiou repair and outfits of our ships shall he at the same Lime admitted free. I f the american ship builders cannot stand Tiliks with their hands free then let them try some other business. There is no More reason to protect ships than there is Salt which is done alone for one Small concern in new York to the great .?-Ioitune of nearly fifty millions of people. So can we also say of Wool Aud thousands of the other necessaries of life. I suppose it is useless Lor to repeat again that no custom Bou hcs would be used if Wisdom had the say in our country. I am totally for free Trade but if i cannot obtain that i will take what i can get Uhitil our people become Wise. The personal assault upon or. Tobey i think those invited did not understand. Those who have known or. Tobey for years will admit if in error it is an honest one and Tho flings at Lii i did not add to the car deter of the Reading or much to the amuse Menitor interest of those pre ent. The same can be said of Gap. Nor Eross. I had rot read his pamphlet but if he a had h that Sriwil some a uprise thing it was no time or place to Settle the dispute. What the hearts to know was were capt. God Inars fact his cases very truly yours d. D. Kelly. East Boston dec. 21, 1880_ Tiik mqrmo.e�. Profitable patients. The most wonderful and marvellous Success in Caset a Here Jyh sons Are sick or Waist aug away from a of Riiser obleness that no one knows Bluit ail them profitable a patients for doctor is obtained by the use of hop bitters. They fic Iii to cure from the list dose and keep it us until perfect Ficini Lytfi aint strength i is restored. Whoever is afflicted 111 this was ii Cetl not suffer when they Cau gel hop Gin c in Nat 1 Star. Nonday services. Pop tos cd a a mks a a vet. Corny of open to i Orion from 13 . 5. Prayer meeting at 12 i5. Services to song 814 30. Prs,tu6i�ng Ai 5$nhi? Mea is Quot Tuler Nian Branch Bible class to Germau at 2 36. The Public Corili Aily invited. Bousios Yocki men s Christian sunday e vening 8 Holst Bias Vesper Servlia will be held con i hinted by the resident. W. U. Baldwin. Brief add uses by or. C u. Ellet of Cambridge and or. Baldwin. Christmas Muftic in charge it of 0. L. Capen. Mrs f. P. Sable. Miss Bulkeley and other Are sex i dec tvs Totske Jart. The Public cer tally invited. A medicinal. Family Balsam Amiline. Pro Fily Kelie Viig pain and inflammation for external and internal use. This family Balsam is composed of barks roots and re Sii Kiu Gunis Trou i Trees of our native forests. Each one of Toliese is Good for the coir plaints for which i n k is recod a envied. It to perfectly Safe to use at any Ai i All times and a Quick and Tuo Rougie cure for such complaints As i Ivins in the t Tiest Nhoi Iuler Hack and fide inti Gisond a cold no Radii strains i noises and auteur Alteio i Ains Wellins of he joints Tift joints Mart Siveck Fflus-4 los a penal it Flection White Mel Jinp a. Cut arcs Cali pcs 42alls, Hui ions i corns Frost Hites Poison incr by log Vood Ivy Hites a ticks of insects 4 Bain Ted Llano is King a Vorus Nalt Kveum Tetter. Pimples it King i try Sunjy Hru Lions of the Nkiru old bores scald head on Evvard Ilii mors of any kind piles Fotu Rabess Vorms ague in the face Kar Allie , a or Throat co sikhs. Cron p. Famini Iii. Or. 11 k a Stevens let ear sir this certifies that l was suffering with a very Tevere cold and hoarseness with threatened pneumonia. 1 Wpc induced to try your valuable Cine ii famil Trie Aud w As relieved in a few hours Aud to a Day or two was entirely Well. 1 have used it several titles for croup upon Little granddaughter it relieves tautly it Atlay Slu Florini Alioti Aud Bents quickly. Yours mrs. A. Mcalvin. To Worcester Street. Boston mass. Fame line. Or. dear sir constant and effect Iii use of your Amiline Balsam enables to speak loudly Cults Praise. I have never found anything equal to it tor Burns , chapped hands and Lins pains in the Hack and Side Aud rheumatism it will relieve instantly. Yours. Mrs. Delia Jones. 315 Taira Street. Boston. Amiline. A a South Boston nov. 22, 1380, R. Stevens Esq. Dear sir i have used your far Allne in family and i find it a most valuable Medicine. One of children was attacked with a severe Case of croup Ana after trying other remedies i used Famh lne. Which instantly relieved him. Therefore i most heartily recommend it. Mrs j. C. Ring. 251 East ninth Street. Amiline. Or. 11. R. Stevens dear Bdl having used your Amiline in family for Many months w Ith s cd favo Rabl results. I most cheerfully recon uie Iid it a a most family . Having throng blvd Tel Tea it ror lame new a Erysipelas inflamed and swollen joints sprains. Bruised Etc. For Healing subduing and inflammation it Quick result Are truly won a Kerful. Respect fury your k. P. , 31.5 third Street. Boutu Boston mass. Amiline. Price 25c and 50c per bottle prepared by R. Stevens proprietor of test tone Boston class. Fame line in sold by All a Donov neck egg a Mufti. Teeth in Rilk ii Oil ten age of youth preserve the Beauty of the Teeth with i Iozzi it Oviand then when the hair silvered and the eyes divined with years the a Mutli will still reveal two glitter ing rows of Uii sulked Ivory. Eloer Cannon tie mormon Delegate at , May thai the sole Reliance of i Church is in the lord who will surely protect them Gaiu i the proposed attack on polygamy. A your wonderful deliver Anees in the past a be adds a Quot withstanding numberless Schelies to us give our Nepple it use confided cd 111 the Patroi fifty. I think it i the most re Marriable thing in the history of the past fifth years the Timmner in which we have escaped oppressive Laws and the Many scheme devised lot our . Our folks throughout the 011118% pc inform every night and nil Iri Ittig Pray porn costly and constantly feeling that to Micro is a Clisi in our affairs Yve Are All pc Parceii to sufi or any Jiei inlay Tatlier than for <hiu6tjias cheer go to c. A. Richards amp Aud a left any kind of Choice wine or Fine Cigar a it it Ril tills preserves in kiss Sioux or tins All the Inu one Hoscoe and from All parts of the world and a Tittle or Basket of the Rich and creamy Henriot Champagnie. Orders from ool of town solicited and carefully packed at no. 28 court Street. _ bomb people suffer for year Frem weak kidneys and torpid but Wels and to incr. _ h you know such a a Lixe Saha Holiday great Sale of English French Jerman and japanese novelties at intr Iii no 710 was Maton Cor. Kneeland Street. 1,000 dozen silk silk and Cashmere mufflers our own in importation the Fleat Large tit and most Complete assortment Ever shown in any retail store in the world. Prices. Us. I"7 9uc>, t5c., no Ward. English . Yve can solely assert that such an immense line of Clefant styles and color Luks have never before been Laid before mortal eyes. 94 0 dozen Fine milk knot and Flat scarfs at . _ French silk and Gold embroidered suspenders 4a a Luff rent de slabs. The handsomest Holiday present of the season at very Low prices. Cju a loves. Kid , Doks Kiu t. Loves Orivl a 4iloves, t Astor gloves cloth 4iloves, Huck gloves knit <iove.s. Fur gloves and Ytit tens. Gloves of every description cheaper than Ever. A Hare and Itcan Kably y Ine collection of jewelry sleeve buttons Scarf pins it kids Scarf kubs 4fcc. 5041 Hoxen silk and Cashmere Yyi Risters very pretty patterns at 19c., a5e.,90c. And 75c., �7xxs11ie>13l a of Cardigan jackets 90 diff rent styles in All color.�, at remarkably Low prices. Done to spend one cent for Holiday presents until you have examined our Stock and looked in the windows of the lion Al rms i Palace 710 Washington St., Cor. Kneeland. Notssw2ui Sozo dont is a tio Resonie Botni tical Preu Araion sort a a not of resling effect a on the month. Rei Tulsie breath arising from Catarrh or use of tobacco and liquors is completely Neutral Zech by the use of Sozo dont. It removes Riscolo Fatiori imparts a Plauen no White Ness to the Painel. And renders Tho of the Teeth uni it of sible. Boston almanac a ii tailing for 1881, it sinks dark Story s1r8kt diff Story Kvin 4 f v Kar congrks8. Mass. State . To Knebus of mass. 1880, .11 i Why City officers Nurches Socik . Schouls. Mtg. With new map of Boston. 9.yj pages. Price 91.00. Published by Sampson. Davenport amp co. 15�o�o p Ranklin Street for Sale by booksellers generally. De23 it 13 a. Lit jets. Special lilies for Holiday goods Machupa Otreed by Gehkis amp of Lek Len. W e have a Large line of Patent Stork Era chairs a tue Lent and it Kinig Raea �at5� Hacks Etc. We hair. One these go to it is at a Smull and Vafis in he Cost to manufacture to out before january 1. Examine. Gerrish amp of Brien 175 in Lackstone Street Olny Narket 4<. <124 6t person Tell them that kidney wort 1� a certain cure. Weak women round or old married or Len be. Will be really by kids it we it in woo Flowa for Sale fam store w a it a Mvi. 1> Ttii.kyco., 6c4m� Ftp 19 Cental wharf. Rich and elegant Aioli Davy gifts. Eben Smith amp Amsden of antique and Modem Fine Gold frames. 75 Lillig Toiv St Hekt. Xmas hards Lygis Avius oils by at colors Fot Ografos Albe Rippes itt types Esis f ails frames up Spartos Etc. Framed Heli types is .50 $1.50 $1.50. T�li2 w watches from Fox onor and Geneva for ladies Ano gentlemen at prices. We. Bond amp son 97 water Street f Between Congress and Kilb Del Tuth Sot diaries for 18 8 1. T hew England Mutual established in 1b23. Ghi Goering the oldest i.arre8t pianoforte manufactory in the United states. the a bickering Dunois proved by the fact that during the present year we have manufactured and sold More pianos than in and other year since the Estah Lush Niento of our business. Great has been made by the introduction of the metallic action perfected and used Only by us incur upright pianos. This is the Only Cytlou that is usen simile to Atin Yaphe changes. Grand and Square pianos 8 styles. Unright pianos in Rosewood 4 styles. Mahogany. Trench Walnut 2 styles. American Walnut inlaid Walnut ebonized Wood 6 styles. 1 he above new pianos will be olt Rcd it 9pec1ae Katem during the holidays. By e Aino other 19 upright pianos nearly neat Viry Royy pm ice. Johnson. Moody amp co., 272 Devonshire Street Wear Mummer. Boots ant it shoes. Auction male every Tea Day at 1 p. A w. B. Mckey amp co. 14 1 Mem mkt it. B419toh. Auctioneers and commission merchants for the Sale of boots shoes and rubbers agent for messes. Quot if Lucent t co., new Orleans. Henry amp Hatch 9j Mummer and �?Tj99 Bevone Lre 8te. Boot s pfc 8hoks, them harm to o clock. Dc4 in new York. Chicke Riisag amp sons u6 Tremont St., Boston. To fifth Are., Y. Damp a to Jal j3uy 18efll Holiday Phe sems prom the manufacturers carpet sweepers la boards amp a. V of can save from to to a to per cent. American Shade eol Lefi 00. 84 Hawley Street. Dels 161 go to Geo. F. Kings 39 Hawley St., for bean k books. The cheapest place in Boston. De-22wmlm Fob cml run. The Nursery fifteenth Teje a Nursery publishing co., 30 Bromfield St., delsto25 Boston a fax a. De27mtvtff4wv special Sale of pianos for the holidays. B e have a Large and Fine Stock of upright grab and Square pianos that we will until after the holidays a Tail at a wholesale prices this is an Seldom offered to in chasers of first class Tusi Ruments. Over 0o first or Eraima received in this and for Algu countries. We received the $ lat Premium at the new Kugland e air in september Over All competitors. Before you select a piano Call and examine ours and the testimonials of the Best ariist.? and hundreds of the citizen. Ltd Boston and Vicinity. Ballet amp Davis co., 436 Washington St. Del4tiithstojai great reduction. In prices of the a Moths Lilii polio from f.k1pzi4�o, of Maxy. In order to make room for an invoice of instruments due Jan. 1. For the a kit ten Days 1 will sell the Biu Thuer piano As foil own baby Galax b.894�� 4 aft 46uaxu.85.90 gkaiyi�.87410 upui4�omt Larae be .st75 a a 4uedliim.8i75 also ten per cent discount from the celebrated Soll mall a co. Pianos. Great bargains Luchu upright and Square pianos also Low pro de new ones. Geo. W. Beardsley 5�� y5 St. Cob. . De2i>mtvb7t in Wittet Quot Quot a Quot the Wom Kerful or Guinette on w hich one May play without instruction the by it Tunez secular sacred slow fast merry or Kex Prev Sive and coating from 8 upwards will he w Al coined in any House hoi. The 4>rgulnetfes Are Well made easily taken care of and Proi equal to that of the Best Reed Organ. Only cd 1 an i hear for you.? at the store of Dotson 11a Yoses amp co 57s Kvashin Toffon Street Boston. A. S. Richards amp co. Boots amp shoes a Xot lox. Jostos. 59 3nd g1 Reade new York auction Balee every Mon Fiat and f riday at 10.30 a. Cash advances made rimmed Ulter upon receipt of goods either to new York or Boston. Quick returns guaranteed. Boston office 111 summer Street shoe and Exchange a. P. Taber agent. Rok Waed by tall Eiveen line. Joel John c. Wilm funding auctioneer. By Bogut co., anti Omeera. 04 and 00 by hot it. Lieu car Aalt Daya through front to lib a a mime 8days�?carpet�, of clot by Mattlyn 4hoi a Abbona and Al Flanery Gooda no l to wed no Lucr Days brew a goods. Suka Jinan by bit goods. 4tc. A a fridays by Olena and tailoring Gooda. F. G. Wolf Elfr auctioneer. By Towie skid 4fc Fargis 70 and 81 Kennard a treet. In Philadelphia. 8amifl a in ten i�?T8 80n8 amp vo., Nuotio Rehs removed to a of. 030 and 0s8 Market Streec pm a. Tue largest and finest auction 8alksboom8 in the City. Win hold weekly Sale throughout the Basoa by Catal on four month a credit a follows to k.9days�?boots. Shoes hats to. Buks Davs notions Etc. Fiadal�s-cakpeting8, Oil cloths Matt Jray. Can a advanced made when desired. . We Call 4 fee rape Cal attention of 91ew f Najand manufacture a and of Tefera to or Exton save Talca of Boota and 8lioe�, eve Arr tii caday these Galea Are made on a credit of four Montha and a re Conal Ned Good. Sample cases a old peremptorily of hereby in a urling a Large attendance of buyer from All sect Loua. Very Sale cashed by Check Ltd Boston on the saturday following. J. C. Mccurdy amp co a commission boots and shoes and agents. To. 430 Market and 4515 merchant Streeta Phi 1, a. Regular hues at manufacturers or Lea limited for private Salea. Auction sales eve Eky Wiki it Poi sgt a. Cash advances. Luis of Lippincott son amp co., 340 Market Street. Philadelphia. Of hoxday8 ax1> tilth says on four months credit the largest Boot and shoe auction House Intel Altaf Stales. Ship by Steamer. Ail soles cashed to five Dayi. Advances without charge u tiv k. I. Bay a co. 8t0t k auction Kos and broker. Merchants fix Hauge building Boom in trainee 51tate Street and 14 a Xci Iuka place. Auction Bales wednesdays and Bat Dati at 11.30a. 8. Members of the Boston Stock and be hang Board. Storaa pianos sold Lor Ca Fth or on Eay monthly instalments. Pianos the Reir and in of Purchase within a limited time tie amount Laid in rent Tan apply As part payment on the instrument. Al Hallett amp gum Stone a. 490 Washington St. Witmer Mvi ii fit a musical instrument for examine the most attractive Stock of pc Niay jobs amp co Ivo 33 court Street Boston and select for a Friend an elegant Tiu itar or y Iolin or a music Box a mall or Large one of those elegant Gec Iii ii accorded on a Banjo incr or a 4 Orlicki j of All prices Aud of the hot manufacture. Also look at the Large As it it giant of i of Itri in. Trumpet Ilai Minicus ac., ac., All Well made a musical and acceptable present0� also for Sale All band and orchestral instr Nice to. 18 do .30 10 40 do 3 do 5 do kh1 do 75 wednesday dec. 29. Is to to a ale of saturday. 2 Veim to National Bank. It do alias National Bank. 1 do Natu dial Bank of Ooton Mere a a. A by order of la mini Alt tvs. A a a Cambridge horse Railroad co fhe Suire 1. A. Ref. Roshni amp Lowell Railroad. Northern r h., no. Toledo. Delphos 4 by Arlington a Railroad >3�. Mouali it Kkt Railroad. $2, Vermont Central railroads. 1902.income au4 aate Loii equip slump. $�.�?T. �11 atch. Jewell con nov 4 w Estern Railroad. 6�, gear anime by i viral Snori fact tic Railroad 0�, lug bares Biu a Louen Onai Bank. A a 4 a Hare slate National Hank. 7 Don in and leather National Bank. ? do Tud c Jouy i at Road co. A Alho 4 do Ell manufacturing co. order of .Fwfjty of new beat Ord 6�. Isis. A $.3.141� do no do i Iri L. A 1111 do do do 90s, a. L. of Llo joke 6�. �s99, N. o City of . Mas.�. 6?. I3h.5. L. la of Liel fast 6?, 139?, k. K. L. F Cut v of Bangor Lis Law k. R. 1, Clov of Koc Elaml 6�, l-?�?~.4. U. It. I. To to do no r. K. I. .5.000 snares c ii of Bangor 7s. Ltd a a k. It. A $1.0 11 cite of Chicago 7s. April. Last s. L. It i do Rockland 6a. 1?19, r. K $ 2, do Rrapi Ingham and Lowells r. A.,is9t. A Aiso old hares National Bauli or North America. I do National hide and leather Hank. Boston a As Logut co. Cani Holdge Gas Laahty company Boston wharf co. American shoe tip co. 2 do 10 do .5� do it a do amp us Worcester 6s, 1322, La a mining a uyt to. ? l�rv�.irt-av�?Tlt5k tue regular s . 250 a tires Douglas copier mining co. Ino do Blue util tug co. 3�� Dot Tremont Silver mining co. Ail Baac in Hajy Shaw a cd Stock auction licks and boo tors. Xio. 51 a Tate Mai after Chauthi exc hang. Buie aug first Fluor Tuom 1,. Vii eat Al Iclal Sale 1.50 i i . To reduce on Imti Fodse Stock we will for the Toxi a offer at Llie Verv lowest prices the finest and most com Joeie of Square and upright pianos Ever Ott Erea in this City Jianos sold on install cents Exchange Anil to let the amount a it a id a rent to be applied to instrument if purchased w within a limited Tynie illustrated catalogues and Price ? Nia led free on application. We. Bourne amp son 004t a Vashi Uptou nt., inn Toni mass., Corner Beach St. N>9tu,,s 24t p i a n o s for the pocket and Ooi inting House. One two three and seven to a Page. i Octavos and . Francis 4 Loutrelle a qua Tom. Wholesale and retail by K. Warren 336 Washington it. Second store above the transcript office. Del Tojal the january 1 her of this Well known Magazine is now ready. Price 15 cents is 50 a year in Advance. In Ascriptions taken by All . Of Bostons a. Assets $15,131,240 65 liabilities. 13,252,078 59 total surplus $ 1,879,162 06 Benj f. Stevens president Jos a Wibbens Secretary of of Mam Tiff Edelsten Iii insurance company in3urf,s upon fire Marine and Inland risks. Office 45 state Street Boston j. W. Baugh pro a Dent. W. Guk Iyott. Beere tary. A Tawf Fen Maze lion bros., Haines bros., Hunt bios. 4iieneral managers Dell pm 8> Street. Of mini Pia x of. K Kan ten a Bach Square 1, upright and grand new Parent full Graffe <1 Plano Are the Best. Also the Fine Stu. Schaef Fer amp Geo. Sleek Plano. Nearly new Votte $175 Erard piano. $ ii 6-Ortave inns a Clark $06 7-octave upright. $10 Lowll. $4 per month double Bank 10-Stop Smith Urga i Sliu , $225. Prescovy parlor . Any . To. A Berry a .592 Lallwy sly aug loin 8alk8, Horatio ha1�kik t Aucy Tione Krs and . 2 i7 state Street. of Mercian Distl solicit in. Tuesday dec. 28, 1880, at 11 a. M., at Saleroom 227 state Street. Cotton can he examined at Boston wharf end of Tioii-grts.? Street Rutldge South Boston Ulm. 35 bases Cotton i ail Lally Damn cd by fire and water at storehouse of Pep Poe Lanu actor Ling company. Biddeford. . The motion Graep an average Quot of better than Midling. Uni icing from Good middling to Low middling is All Good ital pc. A Mace Wool. To mesday dec. 28,1880, at 12 of clock at store of messes. Hilton a Eston amp co 118 Federal Street. For account of whom it May concern. About 250 Bales California Wool. Partl Aliv damaged on the voyage of importation. hark Atlanta from san Francisco by Akif by Howk a t�?T0�?z and , Market Street Bra Gatun. Will attend to appraising and Selling real and Persona. Property in any town or City and bold our horse and car Ridge Sale every Wedis Sedav at Brighton Saleroom. Laid to sell by the acre in let be or Small lots also and farm in ail part of the country Lloret. Carriages. Sleigh ramesses Etc. On hand and of a Sale at auction prices at office on Market Street Brighton. Residence 1c9 Warren Avenue. Beth of Ostive kale of 1.0 valuable Michigan anti Kentucky Jur iving draught and Nai Idle horses at the Bostan and Albany s Ock Yards Sale Tahle Brighton District by j. . Tuesday Dee. 2.s. 13�0, at 1.30 p. A the last Sale of the year and the finest shipment weighing from to to 1.4wi Pound each including finely matched pair of Blacks Ana others. Flu ammo sunday morning dec. 3�. Please Call and examine. Catalogue in sunday Herald at stable and office of auctioneers. Every horse will positively be sold to the highest bidder for Cash. Sale rain or Hine. Mitaina b. A a. Slaton. Boston. 11.05 a. A. 12 m., 1.30 p. A. For Brighton station but Lew Steps to stables to a. P. . E. P. Henderson Tje ueral Hurt inner appraiser in a Trainis Siuyu sle chant Kolin 10, old state House Boston. Entrance of state Street. First class references a Tver aet of Izier Bandise vessels real estate horses an , stocks of groceries furniture and any description of Riopi try soc Ltd. Del6tf so Tab if Fps nag. So Ciolk is. P.08ton, nov. 27, taken on execution and will be sol a by Sublie auction o n the 8th Day of january 1881, at 12 of clock noon at the sheriffs office in the court House court Square in Boston to said county of Suffolk. All the Light in equity that John Galvin of said Boston had on the Day of ausust. 1880 Belg the Lime when the same was attached on Mene process to redeem the follow lug do scribed mortgaged real estate Viz certain land situated in that part of said Boston Forta Erly West Roxbury bounded northerly by land now or formerly of Andrew j. Peters and f. A. Peters 1,213 feet inches northeasterly by Laud now or formerly of Thomas j. Cook Lofeeta. Souther Beriy by Laud Dow or Fonner of Sumner Stratia and Kobert and John Vosel,lg4 feet sout Westerly by land of Thomas j Cook 6j5 feet h inches As per plan of willism a. Garbit. Made february 25, 1860.containing 16 acres More or less. Also another parcel of Laud adjoining Tut above bounded northwesterly on Walnut Street from Svarti Orough Street to far mount Avenue 22.5 5-100 feet on Fairmount Avenue from said Walnut a tract to the first of scribed parcel 1.028 feet Soutiea Eterny �11 the fir to described parcel from a Aid to a a scar Bori ugh Orect 853 feet Westerly on a Ltd Scarborough Street 1 feet containing about 12 acres he tug the we terly por icon of lot numbered 4, on a plan of Scarlor Jun farm urn dec tuber 1869. Recorded in Norfolk registry cd it eds. Re. 282, Tot. 286 conveyed to John Galvin by Seth a am a March 1, Istl recorded in Norfolk registry of deed Uit. 404, fol.%, bin. F. Balky. D 5jai Deputy in Hertel 3 do 5 do 00 �9 <10 44 to .56 auction Sale Evi re wlu�ne31>ay and bail heat _ at 12 ill. _ men ibis of the Boston ii tue and fax Chaoi a Stock Al. . Dec. 2s1, a Ftp 5 share Faneuil Hall Psi Iona Bank. A a. National Clov bang. De Baui National Hill to. Ireni ont mining co. L icon exec inc sign ii co. Lure Ute Gas Light a Quot. Aii Orv manufacture to. Co. Vermont Central it. K. 8�. 1902. In Anie Otto is thou bouts in Exchange for 1st equip soul Khulis due no. G 1875. A a 5 a hares Ile chants National Bank. 2 do Amo Skevig co. 4 to Moi bument National 15aiik.�?ohartest�w�. 16 to National Batik of North amen a. 2 do merchants National Lank. 125 do Brookline Tjas Light co. A by order o tru?tee.�? 2t.x Don Ston Maine Rau Road co. �?~25 do Iii Coican a Natl Telegraph co a by order of 9 do Fremont. A Thorn a Kafir Aadot. 18 do Elk Hort town lot and a -a.-? a 111 div Prook Tine a Light la i it 15 of Tai Iklin Uradice go. $206 Rutland Railroad 5?. 18?. A a 4 a Hare Boston Gas Ijeh of 4u to National sex Nadige Bank. �?�50 do new Java Loual 5u do National Bank of Ruchte Mikki. 2 do Boston go Light Ooi Pauy 25 do Nail Tuiai Webster Bank 3 do us Fri Klecun signal 0> $25,0 6 Pullman Palace a co. 7s, Kwh by order of t Rusie c shares Boston Gas a Clit co. Aich Zsofi. Tont a and Sauta pc Kafir of 5s. 1999 i oses Olmanson National a ask and Oarr agr Mart in i to 139 Portland and 10o 10 j Fri Atod streets. Auctioneers. Their Mildr an 0atrhday. Cost Menciuk at 10 o clock a. Is. Special notice. The Twenty fifth last being a Legal Hou Ilay. Our lie Yular saturday Sale by auction will be omitted on Sale rooms will be open until 12 of clock m., a invite customers and visitors to a examination of our Largo Stock of . H Arn Kusba. Pungs. Robes blankets whips Mats Etc., Wiloh we have constantly on hand for Sale of Kex Chantie respectfully Moses Oolman amp son a at tue National horse Ltd Carriage 31art, Portland of Friend John is to. Osa Nojd re office no. 79 fee i Street Boston. Attention Given to sales of real estate. Tuesday next dec. 23, at to a clock at a Tore. A jobbers Stock of clothing and Tiodos. Of 2c�lots of menus Woitt Hsy and boy a clothing la new and Deal Matfie styles Aud guaranteed regular Sixes com pruning All weights. 4u0 menus Chinchilla an i Beaver overcoats Ulster Reefer. A full line of youths and boys overcoats school suits jackets 4c. Menus full cassimere suits. R.200 pairs All Wool Plain and fancy cassmere Sani a Choice a ties. _ also furnishing goods in shirts and drawer. . Cardigan jacket Shaker socks Buck Aud yarn gloves and 51 . And other goods in this line. �?.4t 12 of clock dozen Linen handkerchiefs from line to extra Tate. Also. Dui Nask t a Sfier. Napkins. Towels in. A line of Shetland Wool shawls. A Uteri no blog. Ladies Ard . 4c. A line of Fine embroidered a teen and Felt skirts. Also Fiji Melfa piuit.?. Cassimeris Aud other a Apte 0r> goods. Also an invoice of fancy ones. Catalogue on the in Ondong Quot Faje. Att Kiyu y111 hash if autto Akkus. A o. Ute Antral in Harf. Down Wool. Monday dec. 27,1880. At o clock ., at store no. 38 India wharf Boston. To close a it count before Java Aryl. 87 sheets Down Wool 87 the Wool May be examined on and after Friday. Dem by c. T. Walker a. Nyx Oiom Oor Mammoth Kurse Aho carria8e Bazz 90�. 100109 Ortiana meet a ocular sacks very saturday it 10.39 a. By isburgh&co., aug it a a re anal i. Carris a a do Iio Torr in i it a tree. By a a. 0, 10 Ltee to la a Sariee very a at 10t�0 . A Turge Mart sent of horse Carrla a a Bonime. 0�

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