Newspaper of Chicago Daily Tribune, June 3, 1873, Page 2

Newspaper of Chicago Daily Tribune dated June 3, 1873 Page 2
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U6HES vs. WASHINGTON. H Decrees Cannot Be Entered in Law- - ' suits, Where Destroyed Evl-<'' V deuce Has Not Been Restored. A Chancellor Must Not Trust to. Eecolleotion—Tho-’ Ticklish- Nature of. a Decree. The Constitution Guarantees.Every LI gant the Right to Have Jiidg .nient Reviewed. Doubtful Points Decided Possessing Inter est to Jinny Ante-Fire Litigants. In Washington V. IXughes, a anlt for the poa acaalon of certain lands, Bold by Hugboa, an agent, claimed to bo belonging to tbo estate of John A. Washington, the Supremo Court of this State baa decided several points of interest to tbo profession, and to litigants having bad coses about to bo decided at tbo.timo of the groat tiro, in which the decrees wore not entered—of which there aro mauy, of an important cbaraotor, now ponding in this State, .which this opinion will sottio. Tbo following is tbo opinion, by Walkor, Jus tice, tbo cases being instituted in • tbo Supremo Court Goorgo It. H. Hughes pt al. v, iliobard B. Washington, executor, oto,; * , . Thoso cases proaont substantiallytho same quostinno, and wo ilioroforo consider them ono. yhoy wpro brought by the* boiraof John A. Washington against George’ It. H. Hughos and tho liolrs of Sanderson Robert. . Tho bills,woro filed to sot aside and annul contracts of ealo of LABOEAKO VALUABLE BEAL ESTATE In the City of Chicago, by Hughes, as tho agont of Washington’s heirs, to Robert. Tho grounds alleged for rescinding tho contract was fraud. Tho eases were board together in tho Circuit Court of Cook County on tho Gth-day of May,; 1871. Tho evidence • was very volumi nous, and consisted largely < of letters sent and received by tbo various partlos, depositions, and other documentary evidence. After l tho hearing Was had, it is claimed that' tbo Court below decided tho cases 'hr favor of complainants, but, before any decree was render ed or enrolled, tbo flro of October of that year destroyed tbo Court-Houso and all tho papers in thoeftses. both pleadings and ovidonep. • Coun sel agreed upon and restored the pleadings in tho cases.- The defendant then made a: motion for time to rotako and EESTOHE ALL OP TIIE DKBTBOYED EVIDENCE, and urged their Tight to havo tlio evidence roV stored and on file before a decree should bo v passed and filed for record, or ib recorded. The motion of tho defendants was:‘denied, and tho Court, from memory of the ovldonco, pronounced - adcoroo In oach case, and . they word fully on-' rolled cud became final. From that decree tho‘do- ; fondants appeal, and assign tho refusal of tho' Court to stay tho rendition of iho decree until' tho ovidouco conld bo restored, as one of tho er rors in tho,case. And from tho vlow wo takoof tbo caso wo dcom it unnecessary to consider any' other. 1 . ' • According to tho ancient practice in tho 1 English Court of Chancery, the decree recited at length the entire pleadings ijn the case, and 1 the-substance of tho evidence contained in tho deposition. That' practice has Loon slightly modified in that Court in modern times, imt its decrees still retain fall recitals. In : our Courts of Chancery, tho practice hag permitted, but not required* suchrocitals, especially of the evidence.' The practice has obtained, neither-in Great" Britain "or this country, to s6t ; out tho depositions in full, hut simply to • rocito' tho ’ substance'• of tho evidonco they contain, pertinent to tho issue. As tho practice in chan- ’ eery has always required tho evidence to'bo in writing, or. if oral, to bo reduced to writing and preserved in tho record, it is apparent that the old practice of embodying it in tho decree -was ; not material, as it could at all times bo referred to for tho purpose of seeing Upon what tho do-' croo was baaed, and whether it was sustained by the evidence, and hence our •practice dispensed with embodying it in tho decree. But the prac tice as modified does not dispense with the abso lute necessity of preserving tho evidence in tho record. White v. Pcarco, 47 111., 413 Hill’s Oh. PI. 319, and numor ons other cases, rocognizo tho rule. OH AN APPEAL FEOSI THE DECREE ' each party hna tho right to roly upon the evi dence heard in tbo Court below, to tost the cor roctnoas of tbo conclusions at which tho Court has arrived. And in such a case tho finding of tho facts in tho dooroo will bo controlled by tho evidence in tho record, when u appears that it has all boon preserved The appellate court will look into tho record to see whether tho evidence warrants tho Court in its action in finding tho facts stated in tho decree,‘and If, from all tho evidence that was appears tho Chancellor orred In tho finding of tho facts, tho Apellate Court will disregard tho findings, and will bo controlled by the evidence. Under tho ancient practice, tho decrees in these cases would havo contained a complete record of tho case, and from it alone the Apellate Court conldhavo dolormlnodwhother error had intervened. And if: tho evidence had boon nrosorvod In tho record, tho samo re sult would follow when a complete record is pre sented for consideration. .But, In tho position tho case now occupies, tho defendant has no power to show that tho facts found by tho Chan cellor iu tho decree ay> not warranted by tho IT IB AN UNDOUBTED BIGIIT, t0 bavo tho Judgment «.wi COre °i m a- party passed upon TWs ' m by n ai ? apeUato ~. court. vt^ 0 Constitution lias -guaranteed to mra. Nor can the courts by rulo of practice do- SnwS. 1 ! 1 il-?i On J? hfc ' or materially • impair its efficacy. And in all common law cases,- under our statute, it is tho duty of tho party ■ desiring to have tho case reviewed on tho' evidence, to preaorvp it in tho record, or tho presumption will bo indulged that tho Court below acted prop erly m its decision. Not so with a dooroo. as no presumption is iuduigod beyond the extent to which it is sustained by tho proof - appearing in tho record. Hence .it devolves unon tho party m whoso favor it • is ' render pa to preserve evidence that will Sustain tho docrco, or it must find that facts were proved that will sustain tho decree, or it will bo re versed.; , DID THE COURT DBLOW AOT PREMATURELY in rendering these decrees before tbo evidonbo was restored ? It is contended that inasmuch as tho Chancellor had beard tho evidence and had announced what his decision would bo, and had written out a statement of the grounds for tho decision, that, -it - must bo considered that the case waa finally decided, and nothing, • remained but tho - - formal matter of drawing and passing tho dooroo. This is manifestly not tho correct view of tho ones tiou. Under tho English practice, after tho hearing is had, tbo Chancellor pronounces his liooioo, and tbo Bcgistor taken minutes of it. and they, are usually read - over by bim to tbo parties; pr tboir solicitors, aud.copioo of snob minutes aro gmmroily applied for and furnished, to tbo parties. If not satisfactory, by reason of tboir .uncertainty, pr. that anything-boa boon omitted, and . tbo Boglotor refuses to • ■ correct thorn, application may bo made to tbo Court to correct them. After tbo minutes aro" settled, tbo dooroo is then drawn up by tbo Boglstor, and dolivorod to tbo party who demanded it. “The dooroo having boon returned, and an ofllco copy taken by tbo adverse party, tiro nort stop to bo taken Is to have It passed and entered, till which is done tbo dooroo is only inchoate." (a Danl. Cb. Pr.; 67(1.) Blit o. 1 "! l>raclioo;;haß, notin form obtained In this H ate. Our practice is in principle tbo some. Tim decree ia . iueboato until .1t..1a an proyod by tlm Chancellor, and lllod for record, or ahull bo recorded, which anaworo to tho passing and ontoring it In- tbo'Englisb Court, iho nioro oral aunounccmCnt of tbo Chancellor of Ida decision and Urn groiinda upon wtdcb based, or ttio reducing Uiom to writ t?B’„ i 110 lIUI tbo minutou taken in tbo Janglißli practice, Tbo wbolo matter ia com plotoly under the control of tlm Chancellor until tbo Dual docrco baa boon filed orrooordod. Until that time bo moy alter, amend, change, or ovou DIHnEQAIID ALU THAT HE HAS SAID in bio m nutes. And if, upon far ther roiloollon, 1m bocamo satisfied bis conclusions wore wrong, it would bo bio duty to reverse bis annommomont, and. to dooroo ao bo was convinced tlm equities of tbo case roonirod Or. if upon further Collection, Im slmuld'joubt tbo corroctnoßO of Ids oondualon, bo boo tbo un doubted right to. ordor a rehearing on his own motion, at any time boforo bo baa passed tho dooroo and it baa boon filed for record, or bos boon oprond upon tho tooonl. Bat aftofrtj l al>. ffilhJoT “poh’ahlfioqubtit pio ■®3L I i. l hi h K* n(l Wtlll OMn. tffl it ?o HsmM ddS imd A ß2i t, i ak WM tho timo tho OMO Wftsdo rendered.- And thoro. “*•* «mo. as a matter of foot, no flad Um Up fl? l ? baßo tho decree. I W lO . Are occurred and tho rmnnr ,o,oa- ;' ,,,OM '- llio —Court —Hoard -Jl*® evidence .road.-, no one would nmUnd c °“H>flor its 'doalriioffi, 'VJS&g*. orlft?ft d nS?^ Unt » l t l 10 ;f OBt !^ lbn y i v? fta/oatorod,i fn-STfcrtfc °ft°?L :had boen > bw *. • partly rood tol 0 ir * ) I ? ,w b0 Uhdomably.trutt.! •nnnJo?nMi m^ t ' Woald ?°o t boolalmbd dial tho ’SSSSiSS 0 ? b uft. Pr oco ? dod to doeWoi Lad tho ■tiTi nSf, o #.- ?0 i rt .doDtroycd ’nftor it Was hoard byi tho Opurc and .before,, ho had announced what' •2SS5?°n* O {! lft « ;l, l t ®" d 0? to I ‘ Aqdoawot WO ; !: ooon f j that • annbuucomont.concliidod'no! . ...b'P 11 ?"?, IT r-roAixt niKD.Tnn count to adhere to.tho annoUnOomout,, The case. It la a th “ SP llr i f °r- decision, bul was not fuliydecldcd until tbo decree was Hied for record. And wo have aeon that, there was no dooroo^ 0 -— 4 0 ul,on . wl * fo.ipsso tho Hen^B C t art h0. 10 ,f '“'“Ouldbavo allowed the ovl supplied before the decree wos pass- Sf-eaw-a It was the only moans by which r lßbt of appeal could bo rendered availing to the parties. The destruction of tbo evidence was occasioned by ono of,’those public calami ties for which tbo parlies wore in ho wise responsible, and, such being tbo case, neither of “annofb°c% b aUr JUdlC<iJl,y 14 boyoml what “'“"‘y of dbo opinion that the Court b«low erred in rendering the decree until the evidence was jroatorod. and for that-reason tho dooroo of tho Court boiow must bo reversed and i rom *'s dod * wlth , apell&nta to roatoro the evidence, and for that purpose the Court below will give them a reasonable time. Dcoroo reversed. - THE COURTS.; All Qulot at City Hall—Breach of Contract Case. Interesting- Bankruptcy Jlhttors—The Courts in Brief—Now Suita. Tho Oonrto yesterday woro dull to a dogroo. Tho only, cnao which oroalod any oicllomont yesterday was Booth v. Ashton, or, no it might bo pat, dooonoy v. bnmmorism. Old roopocta blo praolitionoro, dropping thoir briofo fora while, took roins.iu hand; and dashed round town in haggles to gather yotoa for thoir candi date, whilo vonorablo shysters, forgetting for 'tho nonco tho prostitutoo nnd doad-Tioats who, ; for lack of. thoir quibbloo, lingorod in tho Armo ,ry nndor tho frown of Banyon, mahod from ono: i underground boor-houso to another, and otoorod thoir oomi-inobrlatod Tolora' td tho polio, with what rosolt another column wlll announce. 1 V rAUT I’AVHKNT IN rOTATOEH. ifltJWm*? W **l ? la 2? ora , aud Albert P. Dunning fllo a bill in tho Oiroult Court against Henry Horner,- John K. Mason, and -Daniel W. Mills. Complainants avor that. on thb lSth of April. Hoary Horner ontortd’- into a written contract with one Goorgo Shoocraft to sell him, and con voy by good warranty deed Blocks 4, 0, and 10 ofßohloawig, In subdivision ot . °? Booi ‘ B( V Township 40, ■ Range 13, Cook County, Illinois,- • ■ oicept/ Lota 1 Lot 8 in Block, ..thirty-two lota ro imainmg; Shoocraft.... agreeing to pay’ ihorefor $5,000 and.intercut at 7 per cent an-' 1 Ba l d , payments to bo mado in potatoes: ithat complainant purchased tho right of contract iof Shoobraft whon $3.010 worth of potatoes had ]boon delivered, imd tendered defendant Homer : du £ .tbo porchaso .price, 'some: I $7,000 :odd. Defendant. doolinod to acoopt l tho money ot make tho deed, and it is" in tho hopo of having this accomplishod that comnlaln ant bringa tho prbaont actlon. 1 * ATXOHIA PETITIONER IN BANKRUTTOV, JamesE.Piilabury. of;Peoria, 111., yesterday filed a petition in.bankruptcy against Stickler A Co., who kept a in tbo same placo. Defendants aro indebted in tho sum of $330 In •promissory notes; andasso book account to .complainant; who states that they aro'in'posaos »?u°£ a , and ‘.stationery' 'stock,’ part of ■which has boon levied on. and is in tho hands of a custodian; that tho stockholders aro quarrol ing about tho right- to tho possession of - said stock, and that thoro ■is • groat ■ foor of • its being frittered away unloso o provisional Assignee bo appomtod. In response-to' tldf politidm Judge Blodgott-yostordajr npjomted-Jn'mpo E. Ptllabury Assignoo to tho ootato. of .dofoudante, who were adjudicated bankrupt . - ■ FORECLOSING a dankrdpt’b mortgage. . Bmmi-T. Horsman • filed a'petition in tho United , States, District Court in tho' matter of F. 8. Kellogg, bankrupt.;' Petitioner- avers that on tho Olh of November,, 1872, she, sold bankrupt and one James EUs, Jr., certain mills and machinery. At tho time of tho salo she made inquiries' regarding Kellogg’s liability, and was satisfied by parties that ho was wot to do ts° a noto aJgnoci by him and EUs for $1,420, secured by a chattel mortgage on the fixtures in Kellogg’s store and HJ™ 1 a P ar J of hi" Block, which port waa to bo aopt oaido from tbo general stock and not Bold. •“taaqaantljr' that KoUogg waa absent from his business, and not likely to return in I? 6 ? 1 a “ a . notoat maturity, abo demand od that it should bo paid at maturity, and threat ened tororooloso tho mortgage if paymont woro “f that Wanted S extension of time, sbo instituted immediate pro ceedings to .produce .tho mortgage, and then learned for tho first time that' jiouogg was in solvent, and that Ell’s, namo on tho noto was merely.wasted ink. Petitioner, on tho maturity of tho noto and mortgage, foreclosed tho latter-, 5» , .»L c Sl 0 i n T 0 ?. *°“-8° doing by tho United StatGa_Dißt r lot Court, when they wore sold by R.E. Jonklns, Assignee of tho bvikrupfeatato. j&° proceedsof such sale, amounting to $507.02, petitioner believes, aro nowin the hands 2* Ba, J Afißjgnoo, subject to her order; whore foro, sbo asks r that tho said . mortgage bocon ?J*r? r «n i m Bon oa tlio«aid goods'and ohat tol8 t and.that an order bo entered, requiring tho Assignee, to pay over tho sold sum of money to •r i Tnß counxa iN brief. John J. Brown files his bill in tho Circuit a caSi«i5 inßt v? icliar< ? J * Boa Vhls co-partner in a carriago maklng ami -mending businoea. Tho co-partnership was formed in Hay, 1807, and ox *Bt March, 1872, smoo which time * rt ? ers k RVO boon trying, ineffectually to come to terms upon a settlement, and to out SL t i.if*i Bhort /i’v. ooraplainant fi,o ° bis bill for a dissolution of tho co-partnership/ an adjustment “d “king for an Injunction to restrain Beal from making a sale of tho businoea I Goorgo B. Minor’ appiloa in tbo Circuit Court of attachment ogamst tbo Illinois Pneumatic Gas Company and Moblon 8. Frost, who uii indebted to him in *8,708.33 for . monoy ioauea Frost, .who ie now a jrosldont of Now York State, and was .tho agent of tho Company. Hinor .oppUosfora Boparato writ against Mablon 8. Frost for another debt of $5,990.62. . j HonryaVßtoolo,.ono,bf tho.Mastors In Ohon cory. boo boon sick for some time paat. and wholly incapacitated from transacting bnalnoao. • I In tbo mailer of David Eood and Jamoa' Daw ; a d° n 'al of bonkrnptoy waa yoatordoy filed. r t w&tter of John MoKinnon, a bankrupt, an order was issued yesterday by Judge Blodgett allowing, Louis O. Collins, Assignee 'of the os ' “f“ k BUua . t - d ln p °P in '5 ft 0 ' Circuit Court, •William A. Brewster tlm?'/ Q Charles Peck and. Andrew-J, 801 l fqr SI,OOO and SSOO. respootivoly. 'X* ? u °8 d - Taylor, David Colo, and Charles p. Colo, In tho Superior Court, for trospasq on the case ; damages, $10,000.' . “f an “tf * Stevens sue Plokorlng, Spears A Co.. 53,000. B P ° rior OUrt ' in aaßura l ,flit ! damages, ' NEW SUITS. -iS' 8 !,™" 11 Ooust—l3,sßo—Maria v. George Do- I? 111 divorce on ground of cruelty and adultery. <3,{Wl—Ed«ftr iarnior ct #l, v, Henry Flschboch • nL .S“lch ; assumpsit, |I 000. 43.583-Johu W. dXvv ,B. D, Taylor, iJavld Oo’lo and obarlee D. dole- |?o£ paee on the case, SIO,OOO, 13,net—Henry Urouorel .1 v. a. V $«’oo, la,smlomm Smith v.Westoru Bowing Machine Company * asßiimruiif S3M. IS SaO-JoeoAi W. Grlewoldoiel».k " “Jj£ l*®?orti, assumpsit, SSOO. 13,687-Stauloy S BlevcM v, Pickering, Spears & Co,; assumpsit, $3,000 T.A IIB J ( l Ili 5 UI ? Codht.—7,ls3—Joliu J, Brown v lUobard J. Dont; bill to dissolve and settle sblp. 7,1C0--luquliltlon of insanity of Wlluam M Intlmor. 7,161-3—Appeal,. 7,103-JonathauW. FlU'. 2? r^f‘in al * v n r$ I i? UI 3:rM? mor * Jo^ra N * Mason, and Daniel W. Mills, 7.lC4—William F, Drowsier v, OUarlea Peck • assumpsit, *I,OOO. 7.16 W. L. Curtis & J John North, Mary Gibbs, Edna aud B. 11. Beckwith • plortn of household furniture. 7,l6o—John L. Doran v. Catherine MuUln; appeal. 7,167-WiiUam T? Brewster v. Andrew J. , Doll; assumpalt, SSOO, 7 iqq * Qe i r . B . fl v< Ullnola .ftaeumatlo aasOompahy and Mahlon 8. Frost; attachment, $8,763.83. 7W— fi«mo v. JftWott 8, Froit j ‘ ou V- - THE JUBILEE. •\ T: , , rx V,-' !:l ■'l' Wednesday, Junoj4,; to Saiurp! N ' 1. '' day, Juno 7. v Something in Detail' of the Prodeot inga Before Us, • Railroad. Excursions, Concerts,- Steam ■ boating,. Harbor Inauguration. So mnclibas boon pnbllaliocl In a ecrUloroil mnnnor with roforonoa to Jubilooivnck now bo-: gnn, that It will bo a matter of uoodoiiintorraa- 1 tionto proaont Uio ordor of tblnga that aro to' make tbo wook wd bavo now onlorod upon mom orablo In tbo Malory of- Chicago. Tbo wboloi power of tbo occasion o()ntroa about a fact not .bofbfo nnknowif in Its'lnfluondb'ln- Chicago,/ the influence of a east place of concourse. Eomom-j bor bow wo kept tbo Lincoln Wigwam busy wilb groat gatboringa, and pray for tbo day when a : vast oonvontlolo of aOmo kind shall alond aa ono l of tbo permanent institutions of Chicago. Tbo I human machine after all la only a alngio oioolrio 1 battery, and bring enough batteries, together l and- the electricity will give a volume you shall wonder at. Tbo groat de pot coliseum la of tbia character and Influence, and gives Chicago a Jubilee from the aimplo power of numbers. Now for a brief review of the features of the wook. THE IUILUOAD EXCURSIONS, On tbo Ist of July, tbo railroad men do not hesitate to say all excursions ond dead-beading is done with. Tho companies wore willing to give Chicago a closing benefit of a system they de clare to have boon tbo nuisance aud post of tho railroad officers 4 existence. So that parties in tho country who come to Chicago this wook at half faro may treasure up tbo fact and Hvo to grow gray without seeing it repeated. For this tlmo only, therefore, tho entire vast region from Buffalo on tho oast to Omaha and Leaven worth on the west, Lonlsvlllo and Cairo on tho south, and St, Paul and Green Bay on' tho north, is open at half rates, ana, when tho dato expires, 'tho century plant will not bloom again—wo think doad-hoad- Ing was a plant of this century. Tims much by way of preliminary, for otherwise Ibis occasion would not bo fully, understood. Now, havimr accounted for. tho fact and faolity of tho Im mense influx into our Now Chicago this wook. lot ua turn to tho * ‘ ' MOOBAMME OP THE WEEK. ' ‘ Gilmore, of Boston. Jublloo Gilmore, with hla Bostomßand, will arrive in Chicago on Tuesday evening, -and a reception will be given him; ON WEDNESDAY EVENING tho Rocoptlon Oommlttoo andVlhoir ladies v,i\ moot at tho Grand Pacific Hotel In an Infonnal reception to tho distinguished guoata, Governors of States, and others, and thus open, tho Leant-; tolity and entertainment of tho wook. ifc OH TnUIWDAY I the grout dopot-colisoum will bo tho auditorium 1 : for concorta—“for particulars boo Braoll bills.” Gllmorowlil load an orchestra of 800 musicians from Boston, How York, Bandua ky. Chicago, and Milwaukee, with Prof. Iluttor ifiolde groat chorus, of which all who havo' Aboard tho rehearsals and know tho makeup, apeak enthusiastically. Tho concerts will bo worthy of tho occasion. r Thursday will bo -tho ■ groat country day, and tho ’weather favoring, ‘many thousands of strangers .wUI bo in tlio city. •Tho concerto tako place at 2 p. m. and 8 p. m. Thoro aro and can bo no roaorvo aoata, tho cora mittoo deciding that it would bo unwise to allow any discrimination botwoon those from abroad and those who rosido In Chicago. Ample op portunity will bo afforded all alike for a choice of spats. Tho programmes of tho concerts woro published on Sunday. FRIDAY' ■is tho children’s day. Havo you over thought of tho share of these littlo folks, after all, in tho burning and rebuilding of Chicago ? They woro many of them sufforors, and all shared in tho general alarm, panic, and depression. Thoy aro to havo thoir day of rejoic ing, and Gihnoro will givo tnom something that will make their oyoa danco, and a l l ;o£lwoiity-Hvo cents. And tho picked chorus of 1,000 from tho public schools will sit upon tho platform and give thoir anisic like a meadow full of larks. Wo are not sure that any adult who gives a dollar to lobk In,upon tho littlo folks in enjoyment of thoir jubiloo will got hia money’s worth so fully .that ho will declare this the boat concert of tho throe. ' M SHOWING THE CITY. While .tho children aro having thoir holiday tho operation of showing Chicago to 500 invited moats will proceed under tho charge of tho Jommittoo of tho Park ’ Commission, and tho Carnage Committee of . Twouty-ftvo constituted- by them. The cartage cortege will leave the Grand Pacific Hotel at 0 0 clock. led by an escort of mounted police, and visit Lincoln Park and tho Lako Shoro drive; A fine band will play at Lincoln Park from 0 to 11 a. m., and mako tho occaaion worthy a morning : visit from onr citizens. Tho cortege will return to Kinzlo street depot, and thoro join tho grand ®«urßion train, which, with tho entire party of pOO. wid make thoontiro circuit of tho city on the Belt Railway, running oat to Irving Park on too Wiflconam Division, thonoo by tho now out °. ,? 0 ., 0 old aa * Qna track, where tho party will visittho now. Northwestern works.- From that mint tho train will proceed to tho South Branch to tho Beapor Works of O. H. McCor mick,, whoro a collation will ho provided. From that point tho train will run to the Union Stook £t r ,?% a^ d TT tU^C 0 Jl° tbo lako shore and tho llyao Park Hotel, Hero tho same carriage partv of the morning will tako tho carriage cortege again; and return to tho city through tho South Parks and boulevards, while the roat of tho ex cursionists will bo brought up tho lako shoro In the train, and landed, at 4p. m., in tho Cen tral depot, having made tho outiro review of tho sources of strength and beauty of tho Garden City. , TnE jud ilee dall. w I!. F n <l “ y nlßht "' ill ‘ ako ! >laoo i a ‘ tho Qham- Grand Junlloo Ball, which will bo. a moat notable event, and call out an at tendance of a moat . marked aocial character. There WIU bo throe oroboatroa for tbo dance, the f' r0 ® 01 '“ d °. “d the auppor, wbiob WIU bo given in the Open Board Boom mtho boat atylo of the caterer a art. ‘ , • ON v ßt Jli(s Jubilee, our noblo lake will bo brought into tho, programme, iu tho iu ?nsTi a a t,OU °/.Oalnmot HarW. Col. S> WO n and bis associates havo mado preparations for SJ?J ont fc ba fc will illustrateour eutiro harbor . Pho flowing explains itself, oud gives the information many ore seeking, and a 1 thereat) 0 *° tllo ? ul}ilo ° Q dvorUaomout explains th?in a «mw! ffno(l reßpoc l fally ,nvlt ® yon to attend mo InaiimiratlQn cofomonloa of the opening of Oalu i mot Boulii Chicago harbor, on Saturday, Jane 7,1873, O. M. Oadv, J. P. Bonfixld. W. p. Quay, RticniYii Doyle, , ao/flpi'h ß7 . 3. Committed of Arranjemo’ute. M^S? drloh B leave tnolr dock, foot of Michigan avenue, at 1 o’clock p, m. A Bnoo/»i tmin Su D W?*v° B ii oro '* Southern Uatlroad wilt leave Voußuron .atreot depot oil o’clock p. m o'dockp.m lr “ lu «* u ‘““vs Soulb' ot i the pnd -„ w * th Sa ‘ arß ay on tbo lake ends tbo Jubilee' wook, and it will bo o week long to ho romom *l 1 , utol 7 of our cit y. Tho groat depot passes into railroad uso on Saturday morning. THE W. H. FEMALE COLLEGE. Tho Washington Heights Fomalo College As sociation mot yesterday iu Honoro Block, Mr. Ilonty Waller in tho chair. One hnnOrod thou sand dollars, tho amount necessary to build tho institution, having boon subscribed, tho object of tho mooting was to oloot a Board of Trustees and to select a location for tho institution. Tho silo ohoson is a quarter of a miio oast of tho comer of Western nvonuo and Spring etrool. An election was hold for five Trustees, each member being entitled to ono vote for ovory 8100 of stock. Tho following-namod gentlemen wore eioolod : J. w. Carrington, Jr., Qoorgo B. H ;, H - 110l Io " oro - Jr '> °- Boguo, Henry Waller. Mr. Boguo was appointed to rooolvo end hold tho titles to the land. Tho Trustees wore declared Directors for tho ensuing year t0 pro ? uro articles of incorporation! ihoro was an amusing dlsensslon as to what tho Institution should bo ohristonod, Ono desired k U ,°. u, .'i Washington Female College • a“°‘hor thou ßht Mount Ida Unlvorsity woulffbi brooder, more swooping, more glittering • an other said the college was being put there to ad “i. ,n 9 th «r >*«* b »«” JvjffiSL^tho hod w^S'Khown. a i m Jo'tnibo to thorn IbaniKo nol j. tbo -tntno of tho idnit. lAi imiihS?"!?!* 1 WllorM 11 ™° tolly td otoot oh •bJßtUutloA'that frould bo abandoned Uortmftdt jlq doslroa a Bhlnlng ndmo for It. Finnlly foolioßa of BfToclioiLfor'tlio roal estate prevailed over tho ambition to oduoato tho rifling fomalo and tho Institution waßdubbpd tho WnHhlngton— Holghla Fomalo Ddllogo. *ho‘ S^? 08 ‘ WP to look i after tho ctm’. ondcdl? 0 10 ftn( l tb^ii’lbo'mooting THE FARMERS’ MOVEMENT. ''■Tnn'ftM : i i rr ) : ’;: Declaration of I’rluoipios by tljo Farmers’ Asaoclalloiroflilvliigston County.^ A Convention to Bo Hold for tho Norn ination of County-Officers. Tho Fanners* Aseooiation of Tjlvingaton Oonn ty.roprnsonjod liy tho commlttop-mou of tho different townships In thocounty, In compliance with a coll fi;om tho President of; tho Assoola tlon, J. H. Stilt, mot Moy m; at Pontiac, for tho purpose of consultation,-and to'iigrffo updnsomo Plan for a future ond more enlarged course of action;.:. ■ r . .'. — - After a free and thorough exchange of views upon tho political situation of the ‘(Farmers’ fcml? 1 w “? unanimously agreed upon to JWaparo a platform or ? ,tr prihoiploe; add report at tho Sr,™ »i on » Boßol °u-.. The, Ohairmou appointed upon ■ that 8. S; J Morgau;' 8. T.‘ IC B l I^fo ’ ,A.-McKogon, and A. 8. UlatOßloo, who presented tho following r. : ' ADDUBflflw .v p —' r of tlie Marmora* Association of fAfIK? E°H nty ’ ?“<”nblcd hero to-day,afteicarcK w»d confutation upon tho iSSSt fiA«»i!L °/, a OIO Farmers’-Moromont.” and bo- H 1 ** Pffj; ’oxpotionco, haa-'taught-'Mm ho .P°' no , .relief' from Tcllhoe poUucAl party, and on oourunod by post efforts, doom it both prudent and advisable that. Tor tho imrrvMA nf l ‘“ortush- i’Sr'SSf^ oomuSm IS™ " 'l nty 10 ?a"J ““t ‘he “arlonS connected fojaSi?ssjj£f sasssm f pi “* ' ,iiich w ° mhmsi , , DXOLAnATION. atwSriSiS?oPP°»«‘l to railroad steals, tariff firm 'i? *?r Bt i b «•“* "toils, and ovcrr other thieving by which tho fanning ami labor* Ittbo? 44808 nr ° tobbc “ tho legitimate frulta of their .. ' , PLATFORV '.t ' ar ® in tavor. of controlling by law tho railroad corporations of our Stalo, snbndt to direct taxation and duties to «i°«!Hi!?* lIOC ? nBiI,CB °{tho Government, but donounco for -»*«'** #k2?/ r f are in favor of tho present banking! sy* tom being so made that all men, by giving (ho nronor Sdoman 1 | OU ? d n BVO c ?V al 1 l )rlvile 8“r*o that iupply. • and demand shall rcgulatoour money-market, i-tmrfA—Woaro‘opposed to all'further grants of l?i n ?n?' ra ?». oot l a °r other corporations,'and believe - I settlors 0 PUb ° Jomo , i i h° ul( l he held aacrcd to actual ' /Dm afe In favor of a true system of Oivil-Servlco ni • form, making honoaty.-anfl-.capaclly tho only valid omri’iSmfii ' D v7? ,),oymont -5 and wo bollovo tJiat tho oluco.should seek the mau, and not tho dflko I „ ®* doolaratiori oiid .principles baVing .boon Scully adopted™ . ontbußioa-. ' Tbo Control Committoo of tbo Formoro’ Asso jmotion, constating of.W. A. MoKcgou, E.Evorz,. ! »„5i P 1 ' 1 '; 0 "! 00 ; f 8. Morgan, and S. T.. K, Prime wore requested to call a convention of tbo form! ora, and all ollioro ih sympathy with uai at Snob' timo ao they may dobra proporfortbo.purposo of ; nominating cwididalou for county oHicors.-to bo oloetpd at tho coming full election, , ’ L Samuel T. K. PniME,' 'County ° f ALEXIAN BROTHERS’ HOSPITAL Dedication at the Institution Yoslor- Sg-**. t,, ” “ l^ h, ,tuv - n , "IJ 0 P Fo. ; The now hospital of tho Aloxian Brothers, eit uatoil, near tho -corner. of Market ;stfoot and

■North' avenue, waa dedicated yesterday with tho moat imposing ceremonies. Tho .Bight Bov. Bishop Foley, a number, of Catholic-clergymen; a procession composed of about a.OOO men, and nearly 6,000 spectators, took part inthooxor oiooa. Tho groat majority of tho people woro At o o’clock in: tho morning tho fol °TTn “ od roUsh Catholic Societies \, tho corner,of Chicago avonuo and ? ndor Chief Marshal Adam Sohollo. Jacob Dontzor,' M. J. r,°i'ai?’i 1- ?SV 80 l J -Behonowald, Anton Sauor. and Michael Klogioht, and matched thouco to tho s? ‘‘‘O MJowingorder: St. Michael's Society, St. Joseph’s Sooioty, St. Vincent do Sociotv^R°t ol il S i e ‘ Amlrow’s . Society, St. Peter's Society, St. Alphonse's Society, St. Benedict's Socioty, and St. Joseph’s Society (Polish!. - Tho by-a detachment of Novina & Doan a band, and several - amateur bands woro scattered among tho socldtios. Upon, reaching tho hospital the procession ,ff root °d "i‘b cheers from tho crowds of pooplo assembled on the stops and in tho ploas uro grounds. The building itself was almost J',' 1 *! bunting, the Motional flags of tho most°p rondmm t^ ermau y , and Mmid Lng tho The ooromonlos wore commenced by tho dodl ‘ho hospital’ which "was done by. the El , Bh< ;P who walked : through the entire institution, preceded by fifteen acolytes bearing lighted tapers, and sprinkled it '' il b boly water. While this service was in prog ress, and Mr. Bauer,lof the St Joseph a Church Choir, pang an Ane Maria and a Jfiscrsro.wilh fine-effect. After- tho nrottv ■ hOßiiilal chapel had boon dedicated. High P Mass was celebrated by tho Bov. Patlior Moinrod, ?r ono n ° U “ 0 T, ordor ’ ““alstod by the Bov. Father Monitor as Deacon, and tho Bov. J J al * U ’ °’ ?' S> B -’ “ Buh-DoacOn; °S C B r ° m ° n ° S Wnß U “ > . Kov - father During the Mass tho Bt. Bov. Bishop delivered ? OU the gospel of tho day,- which waff taken from 3 John, 16, 31. . After speaking of s °““ ral ’ surfpointing ont the d/ffor ouco between the oharity of God and that of man, ho said that tho oharity of tho Catholic Church was extended to all mankind. The mem bers of that Church could point to tho Institu tel,l? surrounding thorn and show that tho spirit of tho divine low is as active in the Church now as it was in post ages. In Chicago . alone could . b» found tho largo pud maguificont hospital of. the Sisters of Morey, and tho hospital of Sf Joseph, conducted by the ■. Bisters' of. Charity. Now they woro assembled' to participate in tho dodloation'of another Ootholio Institution. Tho oharityof the Church was - like unto tho char- Jn So quiet was tho charity of God tlmt ifo sent his own son' into the world to" save it, .not to judge - it. Ho came, and for a time abode among mon, shoring ■ their infirmi ties and Bufferings, -and- at last- sacrificed' his P-.u' f" ™ f< ; tlmt y° bo saved.- 'But ho hift the Divine spit t to the Church and to tho Church alone, that through it that oharity which Ho had shown to mon, through tho &hurch, should be extended to them for all lime - This not for pay, nor for tho applause of mom hut for that divine love for man, out: of which our blessed Lord conferred upon ns the dignity of H'S pirn divine nature, by partaking of our Ufo in H s own body, and thus making us members' nis body. Aud such truly Is the divine nature oftho Church upon earth, to make us partakers of the divine life. Bho strives not. for. emolu ment, or glory, or aggrandizement, but that she may confer upon man tho groat boon of salva tion. As Christ, when among mon in the Uoah over ministered to the poor and suffering, the lame, - tho blind, the sick, so tho Church to which ho communicated His' Divine Hnirit through all ages has mlnlatorod to them. And in fulflllmout of this divine trust has this edifice boon built, and to tho alleviation of human suf fonug it la to-day consecrated. , '.'J \ While tho Bishop waa preaching, tho thou- Bands who wore unable ,to g&iu admission. to tho chapel, congregated about tho front entrance and listened to a Gorman discourse by tho Yorv Father Karlstattor, a Jesuit who waa ex pelled from Germany by Bismarck. . i At tho close of the religious services, Bishop priests, and' people sat down to a substantial lunch, served in ono of tho upper stories of tho hospital by tho ladies of tho parish. DECORATION-DAY. Sandwich, 111,, May 31,1878. 8m; Decoration-day was observed Loro yes terday. A largo crowd of citizens assembled in front of tbo Presbyterian Cburob at 10 a. m. and listened to an ablo and well-timed addreas Ijy Oapt. W. W,, Wood, of Bolvidoro, 111,, after which a procession was formed of citizens In carriages, which visited the cemeteries, whoro each of tbo twenty-one soldiers’ graves was handsomely decorated. q », 1873, /-v Ffofc. . v;r^ i, \-nr v.xji i ; ,‘ 1,1 ),, - ‘ : Bogart 'nnii Euada-iSconUv <-r-\. - nit Its Height. N , DotbilGd Dosorlptlon of tho Burning of ' ' Prominentßuildings. From tht Boston Advertiser, May 31. The alarm waa from Box 68, and. was given at twenty mlmitos * past 8 o’clock/- Second. third »r„y 0D in U “ll 1 * 0 woro rf™n ln l qulek sncomfl Sion, calling the onllro dopartmont of tlio olty to tbo nolglibbthOOd of Waohlngton, and Esbox Blrootd, tbO six-story, marblo-fronl,' furnituro warehouse of Haloj-.-Uorso A Co., at No. 411 Washington street, opposite tho'Giobo Theatre being In flames. Tbo Are caught In tbo roor.part, lhongh','aooordrnt( to tbo taost trustworthy acoounte, It originated In tbo Mug admirably adapted to tbo bnainosß for wbioh it was oroolod, was also admirably adapted to burn, there being few divisions Into rooms, and largo openings'-iu tbo contra; from tbo'roof to tbo basomont, for .light, as tbo building was very deep, extending to Hnymarkot place to tbo roar. From tbo: oombustlblo nature of thd contents end tbo building Itself, most intenso heal -*0 . time tbo first on' BJbo ■ “ad orrlvod. Great shoots of flams both bw/V'’. 1 ! 17 dtrcctlon ’ “nd the buildings on both aides to tbo roar woro soon on flroi those b?in,llnff°?n t ,i l » Sr n“ Uo ' fro . nt Jotomatlonal Hotel SfjSfPff and the brown-stone block formerly oo bvPT° w y r?“ l S y l. : s lora . 0 * Hoyden, but this time rf/r7™? aok ? t . t a Pianoforto warorooms and other firms; and in tho roar Bonney’s largo stable ?ftS.W 00ur *,.“ a ‘, ho dwelling-botisoa on placo. By 9 o olooknoarly ovorytbiug wJ? ilugton street from tbo building noxtto ww on y flre , t0 Eraoraon’e piano 'rooms was on flro, anoTwt about a quarter past 0 tho fl™ *, I "^“Stoi a BtrooJ^oatohlngatnoar- «*ofs of Ghiokoring’a plouo m%«°^S? b H all^s. 0 H b ,, on Ha ? w& rd place,“atm’ tbo oatr^ 1 At about tho flamo time tho woodon spire of tho Beach Street Ghnrn>» ron , f h m l r n/s ,I V t,,o (^ in ?, tbo rout Induced •by • tho - flames carrying thorn ?i r - op H°P- Tho bolfry of tbhflS ston Market also caught, but bv rtmmnf „„ but h !l|?,| C l U1 i 011 and th ° market woro sayod with but- slight • damage. But nil efforts to save Ohiokorlngs and'tho' Giobo wore"unavailing" hnfo£?inti.*' 1 '. 11 ® °f tbo latter.was well on flfa bSd tr .°r r ? por ca,, Bbt. Tbo theatre Imd an irori roof, but a woodon monitor youth wood Tbn b s I L JUBt “> ?“? “ 8 “ roof cnliroly or «sa boon brought under control, and It was on EssSx street where the light was going on on this -street, tlmu B ™ t k to?rlblo maguiflcouco of ; a conflagration by night was still Infernally awful, The air was ■ on blank as midnight; .in tbo . street a torrent of water was flowing nnklo doopj drenching showers of water, red-hot Clndors, and flying soot filled tho ato while , through tbo black and blinding smoko could no dimly soon on tbo north sflo the torid Vod nbm“ tlio f jSS " U , oolltl ® f rom tbo windows, lap i ‘ 0 'Mansards, and running along tho : wooden cornices. The roaring, of lbo near and the steady hum of tbo distant engines, with tbo raß i\i of wato ,™> tbo hoarse shouts of tbo firemen ' ° f *aUlng walls, mode a most doaf ! Sf. 1 ■ detracting nolso.. Tbo . railitla-mou Jjy'.PP *ij ß * im “ arrived. Companies E, I, and K, m„M 10 i F l i ßt lf o e'’iient,- and nearly ail of the Ninth, having abandoned tbolr contoipplalod pa ,rndoo and escort duty, and volunteered to guard ; the lines at the -fire.. Tbo .wot and -bedraggled ■Fn^nf 1 ?! 0 i al f 8 ll“ koos . and soiled dross Sol ww Sf.J 10 i r lo d “ y , atliro eoomod strangely mile f El na Uko ‘ and,added not I llmt grlmnoHs. It was soon evident E/ 1 » ta ' TO “i cJ apmod no further, lbS™ h w.. tt w ,“° borniog floreoly, and: .there was no. bone of saving the build- : to ß thl?rnSiw U M S ‘I 10 Hall School tp tho corner of Washington street. But it was 'I : stopped from crossing Essex street or Brimmer 1 place, saving Ohauncoy street, with its groat I i\ tho largo dwelUng-hqußO section of tho oast and south to Harrison avonuo and beyond. It. was at about half-mast 11 o’clock ! that assurance was given that tho flro would spread, no farther, and though tho flames woro darting in groat masses from tbo roar of tho Ulobo. Theatre across narrow Brimmer placo, • they woro mot and successfully rebuffed bv countless streams pouring from ©very roof in the vicimty. Tho flro was hero checked, and tho. building at tho corner of tho placo saved In a damaged condition. Tho flro—though not os bad oa tho wild stories ,telegraphed over tho country, which said that everything from Boyla ton to Bedford, and from- Troraout to Ohauncy streets, including. Masonio. Temple and tho Boston • Theatre—hod laid nearly two acres, or ’ more accurately, 82,000 feet in ruins, destroying' tho Giobo Theatre, tbo. Ohaunoy Hall aohook Chickoring’a magi nlflcont pianoforto warehouse, tho Museum of Anatomy, tho International Hotel: and many largo wholesale and retail establishments, some of which merit especial sympathy os they word just recovering from tho morses caused by their burning out at tho groat flro. Patrick Donahoo of the Pilot who was about to remove to his handsome building ou Boylston street, is nar tiouloriy unfortunate, this being tho third time In a little more than six months that he has suf fered hy fire, —first in the groat flro when ho was on Franklin street, second, at the burning of Band & Avery's establishment on Oomhill.and nowinPazoU’sbuilding on Washington street. In tho foregoing wo have endeavored to give a a bnof and concise account of tho progross of tho flro from its beginning to tho end. Following are given In detail accounts of tbo destruction of tho prominent buildings. I THE rrLOT bcildinq—am. donauoe’s loss. JPUot building was-on flro several times, and-it suffered a considerable damage from tho hpeo wliioh wore run through, duo or two of them having burst.. . Tho window trim mings at tho roar of the -building' were on - flro • several times, and tbo constant efforts-of men and boys with brooms, water, and flrd-ox tinguieh ers alone saved the now building .from destruc tion. Tho window glass.woa badly cracked and broken, and the frames wore in some cases torn oi\t. Iho.Btroama which woro run -up:intd /the building woro directed upon tho'burning stablo, blacksmith’s shop, oto., at tho roar; and dld good execution. Mr. Donahue is confident that not oyer 87,000 loss boa boon aufltoinod'by tho now building. This is tho third time Mr, Donahoo has boon burned out since last fall. 'His bookstore was located at SCO Washington street in tho store of Mr. Pazolt. • Nearlyono-half of his stock was saved, including private papers, by tho timely aid of Mr, Nagle or Broad street, who sent teams at onco to his tud. Tho loss on stock will not ex ceed $7,000, Mr. Donahoo..thinks/ Ho has to , congratulate himself on this occasion that bio printing apparatus 'is in Province atroot, and consequently,safo. It,should ,bo stated, injus tico to Mr. Donahoo, that none of tho Arcs which have destroyed. his property havp originated in hla establishment. Tho now Pilot building, on Boylston atroot, was Insured last week, in home B 5?/ or^ff n °o“Panioß.. for $30,000. The stock ,of Mr. Donahoo was also’fully insured. * ' DX 2*, N^N{^? P TIIB rnEATnB buildino. ; Qlohp Theatre building took flro in earnest ; about a quarter to 9 o’clock, despito tho Incoa- of water pouring tho smoking fagaflo, Proylous to this time/ and .whilo tho flro was raging on tho opposite side of tho stroot, Encampment E. W. Klnsloy Post 113. Q. A. 8./ was assembling, in its hoadquar ters, preparatory to tho observance of Decora tion Day, Most of tho'valuable property of tho post was sayod, including portraits, regalia, bolts, books and papers. The heavy cases con talning.tho books andblanka of tho headquarters of the department of Massachusetts and of tho department of tlio United States, oould < not bo got out, but woro forced open, and tho record books audaf6w other voluahloa removed to Oobbs aloro on Washington street. A largo amount.of valuable books and blanks, however, - woro lost. . l ln tlio handapmd thoatro, Mr. Cheney omlnoarly.all tho malo-mombers of his stock company and tho other allaohos wore laboring incessantly, removing tho wardrobes and tho portable properties. Hobo was introduced through tho ontranoo on Eaaox stroot, an<f car riod up to tho,windows on tho soooud and third balconies, where onothor point of attack on tho devouring clement was established. Horo tho nion fought longhand well,.having flually to beat a retreat as tho flames shot across tho rocess between tho front building and tho tqoatro; ond then tho work of destroying tho magnificent Interior began. Tho flames appear ed m tho third balcony through tho right-hand window, as viewed from tho stage, at exactly two minutes past 10 o clock. Tho sight as soon from tho stage was ono of subllmo soonio offoot. Be fore tho firo appeared, tho stsgo was dark and drear | the gas though lit burned low, and was subsequently extinguished, Mr. Obenoy fearing an explosion. Gradually tho lurid, flickering wiiih Uib curling Bmotfo was tha i^oairtor,ViS c W*2W OOI U° a *? work woiflyi Sfong,j[tm [they .Then_tho delicate, tinted .drepory seemed'on?- volopcd in shoots of flame,"'Whoso lurid light lit up tho ontlro place, brightening RP ologant theatre for tho last -tlmor----Tho-memboro—of—tho*companTTiow“ retreated In the rooms to tho roar that communi cate directly with the street, plucking, os they from the homos whore tho ,r Now Magdalen” was known, takon ofl ’a hhD(fwdd'mbHonto. All this .° ™ B . 0 0“““ ft,ho ono storm of crimsonhail jfWft- .flying tljloS among Iho flies. In iho midst of ihll wUoloanlo doatraoUon,tho walla of tho proooo £* u ®,' «fb ~foii:..,with * _duii: .-sodden rortisii! 1 IWa nttlooMnoil ■ ■ tho .fastening} (bands that 1 hold-, tho -J.“aet- drop,." Which,-A dt...f*ll, ,m£ rolling, revealed its orimaon folds for tho i Hi-i - > - - ologolorly- bat: appro priately, covered, with “tho _ green curtain, as tho clomim- ficcno of tlio ' burning tregodv was enacted. A aooond lator and many of tho sf“- Wft rrtntaijw; confusion,” andrfalllng lay H?.°i d ,S mi i d ft 0 f‘“‘“oa, tho gilded chains and wonlcal Plants that graced..the. chancing scenes wnn# i Magdalen.” One lingering look by 5 venturesome few whoso oaribalty ami finift 8I m faßt ’ kot tho cracking of. tho jtalls whiHhii®! ,*ft 9 ohnt from view ‘by, tho waalno? S™ ft hlindlngsmoko, and tho alsono “handonod at Boron “‘“'lft” ftn'opd lhrco mlnntoa later tho ln snd crushed what, bad nnhv??„ftu tB bonut y-- Most Of tho .more val- InVo il - nro BaTod > tho mirrors and fnml- ThotwJJT 0 ® 1008 ' ft d » u °f tho wardrobe. £.“ l. r0 baa, gone r but, os one ofthoun „? oj .r"s! ra B>ld > "bile tho theatre was £°‘ft Bha f?q ‘bough doomed,. Tho, bricks won t bo cold before woH begin rebuilding." iri.'f’ftftft’ft'? a sons' -mA»p wantmoous. of tho elegant * flvo-atory granlto building on the 'corner of, Washington atroot, and place/occupied- by -the ex irtni V l?i auofort i manufacturing Ann of Chick. "iftß ABons, and ownbd'hy Joseph Paul, begin the fl«r^,? uart i r 2 f lc) o’clock. v Bovoral timed „b° “s™oa leaped from, tho burning Structures sSJlftl 40 obd 1 f astohed to the .oorhioos and win. d rJ. r f mBB I f ?'y to bb swept off bythotorrent P t,wa 1 onwll 1 cliwas directed nnou its front.' wm t faoP°l’ lU “ n ft fto flromon 1 operating hero' o “ofmod^TC’ft ß ! bitolorablo,, nS; tho liamoa ImlldlrFo .ft - “ U ,n r . alla “'"‘be oppoallo nuuutng and radiated a scorching heat wn.? q ,'!i' r f' ,r h a!i - 10 the stream upon tho front wav orcr d lho n W an s flames made quick hoad- H woodwork of., tho upper -stories. fort o w a n O m i * o iepaed before any further i ef fort was mads to save i tho building, Tho next r H^i, wa , Bfrom - th ° six-storybmidlngaorosa P'j'oo. o ponitlpn being”taken £ on iip tv Stbeftr" 8 “ft 081 favorable opporlunl- TOnro rilft, “Ob.hoao-plpo .waa-run up -Hayward i .tho oa i ,t ’ und o,vain; ondopvor made Cblokorlnft? f “ft of ' ‘bo building "adjoining tion to n 4 n roar ’ ft or dor to gain a post • •* oal .the flames already wranulnff tbo ! Inchon 1 ;,°«^ ld . toß > add momont.Sy P&ion -1 P ac ,°- position, -was .obtained h wL a to°o d , donl ,? f . "ao'eso waste of time; but 'nSnoMi far'.of any bonoill. i fo g rth-^.l^o og ft 81, of tho flro “very ollort was 0 T ‘ooayo a portton.of/th'o ologahli ; ~ ?rrrfL pian ? B ', : ‘'ft otrootwis O Bceno SWW I * u -o’clock the flamds. 1 ! md i! ,t!, ! ,!t ™! 0d ‘°,.‘bo third floor and wore foot ‘bo wqlia, -in which tho hopes of many ■ fmnn I ,r n ,ia ' rat .°i n of ‘bo place wdro baaed. This I li e rrmo i K !i t ontortolnod. A .portion- of by tho' faflh ft 44 vas „ f ft 0 oonthoriy portion of tho 1 ■ c *ft od 1111 ‘ho .floorslwith it, with » mot, deafening craah and Ailing tho air !™}Ji B ft oko °f bnponotrablo' blSoknoss, Sno-; “,”?dod by a torrent-of. flame that -Would defy an oooan of Wotoro. By - this, time, - iS'Ki." 1 ?? had 'boon added to tho w ‘ft 8 ' poiu ‘" Tboir work, was of tho. ? “J, *i n ? vor be forgotten by tho anxious : ? no , 8 . budJod together ' over 'tholr few goods ,on tho northsMo of-Hayward' place.” But tho ifi™ , V d ™ t . 8 , igh ,‘. w .P 8 y°‘ ‘O; opmo. -Nearly tho on t re front had fallon to the street, andUie north allio was standing unanpporlod”and loaning per coptibly outward. Thousands, of eager eyes wore fixed on‘ho totloring mass.- A shout wont np.._ Slowly breaking agalnat tho mistyokyoamo tho huge masa.. It hrolo midway, and Uko light-” fdpftftb to the earth, shaking -entire ■ blocks of buildings to ihoir foundations. This wall being out of tho way, the flames were quickly got an dorcontrol. In this-building : there wore about 225 pianos, nearly half of winch- were- hr,'store. " xnolr vaino is estimated at an average of-' 8500 oaeh, which wbuld make a. total of 81X2,600. P* tt 99 a Qro saved In a badly damaged condition, .winch aro - esUmatod • at SIOO * * eitt^D ß'■ a total loss on stock of $08,500, Tho building, which is totally dostroyod, was Tallied at about SBO,OOO. ‘making a total loss of $178:500. Tho building and stock inaurodm home and.-foroign ofllcoa, A n. v 1 008 thau ayeox ago thla . building was' refitted m an elegant -stylo by tho proprietors at 1852* POUae ° f ® 25, ° 00 ' • lost 9200,000 in THE SCENE ON BO7LSTON STBEET. [ ■ WhUo tho Globe Theatre was burning the flro on the opposite eldo*of Washington street was swooping with fearful > rapidity up toward 1 Boylston street; atbife after -store caught from the flying brands-and lapping flames ana-m turn- poured out 1 their fiery'contents unchecked by the light ' spray which fell upon them. The cupola- oh the Boylston Market appeared to be 'o favorite 'spot for*the sparks, and It repeatedly blazed, but was atr often extinguished by the daring men who con tinually porformodthoir. monkey-Uko evolutions at dangerous elevation: not however • before it was completely stripped of its- covering and pil lars. At the corner of Essex street was a .clus ter of four or five engines, and hoar bystbod the hoaomen apparently, illy directing the i streams upon the stone fronts of thb burning 1 buildings.,At last tho right thing appeared to bo done, and a ladder was placed against tho build ing at the corner of Boylston and Washington atroola. A lino-of* hose was after considerable delay run to tho.rbof. Tho fire- In this direction was then practically subdued, leaving tho Bbyla tou Bank building on tho corner comparatively uninjured. THE DUBXIKQ BTIBE- OF THE BEACH BTHKEt OnUBOH. .At about half-past 9. o’clock tho apiro of tho Boaoh Street Presbyterian Church caught firo from , a burning brand which lodged there. - Steamer 31 immediately wont to tho assistance and a lino of hose was carried, up through tho ) steeple, for a time without avail. ;ae tho Are comduot bo reached. It burned slowly. ‘-Tho • flames wore, at such an elevation, that moat of - the spectators conflidered'tho church a doomed edifleo. - Soon some- adventurous person as cended nearly to tho top of tho spiro in tho. in side, and broke away tho charred material with hia own hand, and - water quickly quenched • tho flames. Tho roof of thobuildlug was thoroughly wot down at tho sometime for futuro contingen cies. The organ and plaster of the church wore damaged by water. . , THE GREAT SCANDAL. Coachor. Tilton, Itowon. Tho following appeared in tho Now York papers of Friday lasts ' , ■ < ,-r ‘ To the Editor of the Tribune: ‘ ■ , Bin j It is high time that tho ton’ont of slander against 1 .Henry Ward Beecher bo arrested. I have In mynossca slon acopyof a disavowal of all the-charges.end im putations against Mr. Beecher over mode by Hoary 0 ‘ »“ lc h was executed on the 2d of April; 1872.. Without Mr. Boochor’a knowledge, I have hold' 6ds in -roy honda from that time to this/ And now, without dQPwmout to ‘tho world, and ©atop and convict.thoprincipal offender against truth, publlo doconoy,and tho rights of.reputation- • ■ My inducoraenHo do this Is tho fact that Mr. Bowen has of late roppaiadly declared that, ho had never dlsa- v l his ohargea, agalnat Mr, Beecher, but he yet in stated on thoir truth. And now'.the puLllo can undex sland tho brave silence 1 which the groat proachor has* -kept under this protracted storm oralander. ‘Ha had c 2 V i°? antft<l f° and to maintain peace The violation of,that agreement by : Honrv o. Bowou unsoala .my.-momb, Hit docs not °l* n *ho llpe of tho pastor of Plymouth .Church, Nbw Youk, May 29,1878. A, ; ' sSwbl« f l| i [lloro followed the “ disavowal ’’ above refer rod to, and which appeared among tho telegraph in diopotohoa in onr hiauo of i Frldiy lant; anil tbon tho loiter from Tilton ■ coutalnlngßoiTon’n chnrgou, imputations,,and innuendoeswhich aro Unis dioavowoa,"—which letter iu unfit for pnb ioatlon.-En. Oiiioaoo TiunrNi;.! Iho otm prefaced tho- communication with this romark; t ■ < Wo have received tho following letter from a woll koownaud responsible gentleman, whoso uatuo Is with held at his own request. . , ... And, on tho following day, spoke as follows; We think there can bo hut one opinion among dia* P“ a *°. u . a *f reflecting people aa to what ■ iho nocos etty of Mr, Beecher's case, after alt that has occurred, now demands. There may reasonably have been groat doubt on this raldaol prior to tho roconl publication by Mr. Hoocher’. profeoaed, and avowedly In hla Intoreil, of the tripartita agreement of Boiron, Tilton, and Beecher j but there can bo none any longer. ■ The necessity to which wo refer is that of an authorized mui thorough instigation into alt thefaete* That Mr.* Beecher will emerge from the flory furnace of such an investigation unscathed will be the ardent hope aa wo | 'rasa’s, ° II ’ ccUllon ot in>p«t 10 tb ° t ’ a,,,lc,illon lhia odi: ■ -lim i” 0 U l S ei’ova mentioned, print It. Wonro not Wo docllno to the receiver of it assent «ni»l* ia 'M^ tl . or 11)0 wr^lor or gated, yet not flt to“be CR on * 11 ,n °»P»r . -WtahiU-nolUioi^pt^iLn^J’ 7 **J° puro-ralmlod, and ass?!— «* &Ss o? Tho 2Ym<?« headlined lUo onbHpftUnn *«n-i iSESaaSSSs? 2 ? friaaiaf^ !sSS s S' J r- ; S« ttroniS: “ko 'obtained pnblldly ra'gSgwswa between tho-MltorB >t 1 controversy Paper.; tho DohSm now^ nftTOUBOI lhewbJOOtalfMnnAS*^ 88 **} t>otl* cltloi last few month, as tho atanlo fn? •«^ te »V rftl# , durill g tbe «^g^^Xin“SttoP^“ I SK t sfs lievlng .aid charges, etc. ' Mr Tiltn/V 8 BWMi sa^"ssjffi*s : Tho ZVftuno editorially said ! tho slander, upon tho Roy H?nw 1 w Ita i C 0 10 which have boon visited with ■nih l^U lVa . d ®°ocher f ' tlon by pnhllo opinion condemns- . toriS": “ o, ° noxt dlly - had «“ following odi- IslUsSifMii »i&B«sri-S JSSMS^fSa {* g?«syg-p 3- p % .assawis s& 'L. tt ui Qj Seif toT/.'.rpubl ■SSr tS2 I IS2S‘SK™ .&.«■• ■as? •*• ot * i “ *m£s “ rt,u “ friooda of hla thought that they Im-w > hotter w»» of managing tho matter, and tho quonco o/their views la Boon In tho unwhoicaomo dno. 1 umonto printed In tho prose of IhT city tmiSSS moming-lhoiigh to tho credit of Joum»Lmdtmu.t ™‘Vurnffi"t a to 0 L l ct c£ffi £a,wi ft a.ts “,f a s«. hli knowledge, and hie aoaloM fffl.™om h«l SgfessSs l ! aultod to any puhlio comment. Tho habit of nrueimjfc anaplclon in which tho trouble took ‘S ri,*!hl “°™. reprehcnatblo habit of monatng mriSj to SJS ■"•,V lol<m " P“«td Into poiaonoua goaato which continually grow more deadly at It Bproa(i?anS ”d»oh Of aU waa done, thoapmS fancy that It could bo all undone bra tew mnnihfuia th J?«n b !a 5 0u , Ument J n d measly metaphor—the«o aro • the salient features of this unsavory oinoniHmi • ■mi *° f ita 01 ?*"!? any such Jewel can bo drawn • toad'.Jioad of such a story—l. that which Sl r ifiA# d 0 yoara of study of tho tragedy of SSS°hrS® . d a Ucroel » Tho fact that Mr. Dooohor U not ? a ““ged by It proves tho value of character; and tha fact that Mr. Bowen 1. nomowhat seriously damaced proves about tho aamo thing. 7 uamageu, Tho Express hoa tho following: ' “ ‘ oxtrema reluctance that wo aro compelled, a. chroniclersi of paaalng event., to publish the revolt-! JPjf Bo *®? Uc<l Boechor-Bowon-Tilton scan dsJ, which has boon tho subject of so much unsavorv gossip in Drooldyn and this city for mSy a SoSS nd di^^ clo "^"^ 7l “°' I ‘°^ aS’S’cShSl of" rcadyfOTglvonoßS-of on nlicgod deop Injmy. Stooh ‘ icomo to nr, oyon to a mlnlator of tho GoSSh: something morvolous. Something/under tho olrefS; Sloncos, tn dno to tho puhUc, Slrfbcrchcr ehoiiM ro member, u vcU u to his poouUar friends, Mr. Sonon sud Mr, Tilton—end bonco, nhiio It was well ononch toforgtvo thorn for the grout—wo hnd • utmost ssULtSo IrrOponibio—lnjury they havo done him, It la to ho regretted that ho did not bring tho' nUogail aisndoro? or aUndororo Into open court, to bo dost? with them S they deserve., A thoroughly’ pure man boa nothto J to fear from an ordeal of that ' kind. hoa-sS over disagreeable or mortifying it may bo but It & bettor to onduro If San to evade, 9 r scorn to ovado It. Wo assume that tho pastor. of Plymouth Church Is wholly Innocent of the grave . charges proforrod against him. but, at tho same time ■ wo arc also of opinion that ho has mado a great mistake ' ;In his mode of vindication—that is to aayf if tho com>- ; .pondenco now published by some anonymous friend has fonndlls way into print with hls-sanctlon. Ifho advisablo to notice tho matter at all, ho had •an excellent precedent In tho course which hfr A. T • |f°w»rt saw fit to puwuo when similarly libeled by a ■ Kow York writer for the St. Louis JUpubllcm7SLl year, since. Tho groat merchant-did not hesitate ta ' bring n!s accuser Into court and 'demonstrate there to I 7. ni ? d P aUk O tho utter falalty of tho scandal of which ho had boon tho-. subject; and, with a proper public example thuq made of tho slanderer, none of his from that Jay. to this,. has dared to take a Uko liberty with Mr. Stewart’s name. Uad that aontlt*.- man been weak enough to resort to private expostula tion or appeal, or had ho signed a compact with hia dcfamors. aa Mr, Beecher has done, the probability Is the slander to-day would have boon as vigorous as oyer. And It will bo fortunate for tho latter If ho dooa not, sooner or later,, have a painful realization of this truth. -For that matter. Indeed, if report speak truly, ho hi beginning to.roolizo it already, :aa.bno of the parties to the forgot-aud-forglvo compact is going aU the ImputaUons.originally ' Tho Commercial Ailm-liser aayu; Tlia covenant, made pubUo this morning, bolnoon Henry o. Bowen, Theodora Tilton, and Henry Ward Beochur, Is the most extraordinary document wo have over road. History furnishes hot one parallel to their c»ao, and lhatia the spectacle of the throe conspirators VauSw ” S1 “ 8 -" *» >“•- V S»> «• A Very Airy Costume. ■M.TT. AeioYork Letter to the St. Louie Republican* \ , Tho latest Fronch-mado drosSos aro drosses no raoro; : they aro,more draplugs, with fearfully low nooks,. abaonco of - all alcoves, a more strap ■ going oyer tbo naked ehouldor, joining tbo droaa at the Binoll of tho back and tho pit of tho stom ach. • Tho skirt la strangely and wonderfully •hung. It caps tho folds; it is caught high at ..tho hip. or in tho book, and la shaped tight about ,tbo*ontlrO figure. From' beneath this drapery stroamg tW* a> two-yard tralq.. Out-door coa tumoa aro made, as far as - tho drapery is con cerned, ini tho samo stylo. - iThoao fashions demand .revolving pedestals, and what dancora term the. ’.‘slow -movements.’ 1 No drosa of this kind could bo taken on its own ers back in a hurry anywhoro. Of course, cor sets and a'good many othor'articles of undor wpar;hUhorto' boon doomed indispensable will have to bo taken off for tho “Empire” waist. At a very swell wedding reception lately, tho hfgh-touod holloa hold their arms Uko trussed fqwla. to prevent tho silk and lace suspenders that did duty as dross waists from falling off thoir shoulders.' Tho samo bridal party wore to iho number of a dozon. photographed, and if I wore to send a copy up to Connecticut I’d not only bo prayed for in tho oburcboa as one‘lost but I’d bo liable to indictment for sondinr? Ini docent pictures by moil. “ gloves l_a'h»t’a dreadful for nice looks. No corsets 1 Thot’a bad for comfort. And no wiista to onr drosses I and that’s going to bo coot foy summer, if It possess no other decided ad vantage. ia a »°rrod to take car. of tho plants in tbs Connecticut State Prison, and she poisouo the bugs beautifully,— Motion

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