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-THE BAH) ON THE BIEG,
IMPORTANT MOTirPTCATiON OK TDK FOI_EY
IHK _WiTROLIaM AT LIBERTY TO IUI'K Fl'-NI ?8
.ros tri tiKr_KT_riaiT or vamxa.
An ?pplM&tion wa? m ?de yesterday to J _??k_
i**-m*r<. VW ?__n_f 1 for t_* Departa***?* Mi parka
to modlty tbe Injunction crante? anlnat tbe City Oov
?s_?_c_t so far aa It alwtod that Psjrlamm. __???_
4am uresente- in support of tbe application is as foi
HCPBRMK Covxt?John Fotetj act. The Mayor, Alder
met?, and Commonalty of the City of New-York and
athen-tity and Count?) of New-York, em: ?eorijr M.
Van Kort of said _tv being duly sworn, savs : That be Is
<vnitniiie? al the Department of Public Parks in said
ettv ; tbnt said Depimtuent bas no money on band, or
??der Ita ooatrol, wherewith to pay the laborers or em?
ploy?* Un-rein, or wberewltb to pnrc_a_- tool? and mate*
Hals r?x?av_.ry for th* prosecution of the public works
under tis charge : further, that rerroisttlons hare been
duly mad? according to law upon the Controller of ?mid
city for stoneys tob? applied by said Department toward
th? sabot and work aforesaid ; but that said Controller
has negierte?! to respond thereto, althoturh frcq. ent ap
piles lion ha? been made by deponent therefor.
Okoroi If. Van Kout.
Sworn to tiefore me, this 2Ttb day of September, ltni.
Wv. A. Barker, Notary Public, New-York City.
In rv-aspon?e to this arpllcatton. Judge Barnard made
the folio? in? order, by wbleb the Injunction IsYSjoatcd
la ha effect on the Department of Parks :
Hiprrmk CoraT?Jos* Foley ogt. The Mayor, Alder
turn and Commonalty of the City of Ne?-York, and
mlhert-At 8|w.l?.l __n_?Present, the Hon. George Q,
-t?UTusrd-__pt?iiiber, 1871.?Ia Um ?p pit at Ion on behalf
of tbe I)? pint mont of Publie Park? ol the City of New
Ordered, That tbe Injonction granted In this action,
so far as It prevent? the Issuing and disposal of any
bonds of the City of New-York for park improvement?,
nr so far as It affects the issuing or disposal of any hs
m-n<iii< ot or other bond? of said city or oonnty for the
Improvement of boulevard? or avenues, or so tar as it
?fft-ta the ralrng of any moneys to be applied by the
_?>p*f_aent of Public Parks toward the proseeuilun of
any puMte work under th. ir car. or control, be, and the
??tut-1? hen by vacate- ami annulled.
Kurt her. that nothing contained In any Injunction
grant?- In thi? action shall be held or construed as a re?
straint upon the Controller of said city or the Board of
Apportionment therein from issuing any bond of said
eily or county, or taking any measures for the purpose of
r.nMug mnuey for which requisition has been made by
toe ?aid Department of Public Parks, or which such de?
partment may hereafter dociu necessary in the prosecu?
tion of the several works and improvement* under their
? liarle, or for the payment of laborers and contractors
??I mull depart meut, or other obleots otaexpenditure of
mid department, leokoe O. B_ju_ri>.
Howe of tbe evening papers, by a singular misprint, in
eluded the Department of Public ? Works" in the order
modifying the injunction. Judge Barnard declared, last
ev? nuit:, that this wa? entirely a mi?take, and that his
order bad no reference to the Department of Public
MR. GREEN. PROBABLE INTEMI0N8.
A LETTE! UtOM THE DEPUTY-CONTBOLLER TO
TIIK DEPARTMENT OF PARKS.
Deputy Controller Green had prepared a
tetter on Tin niluv to eentl to the Department of Parks,
giving bl? m. we in relation to the obligation of the (.'on
tVoMcr to accede to the demands of the Park Commis?
sioner??for means to prosecute the work for which the
f _mmtr>?loii I? responsible. Yesterda/ Mr. Oreen was
pemuiaUy served by Mr. Van Nort, Controller
?f tb< Department of Parks, with a copy of Judge Bar?
na, le order mollifying the injunction originally granted
by J u d ti Barnard so a? to permit the Department of
Parki, to M-.iii. funds for the prosecution of the work
untier it? charge. This order was nerved about 1 p. m.
At ?bout 3 p m. the letter prepared bv Mr. Green on the
preri ding day was delivered to Judge Hilton. In this
letter Mr. Green sums up the punition he intends to main?
tain a? follow? :
Mrst: That this Department ha? already paid over to
tin I? parttueut of Park? all the mon? \ ? it i? authorized
to raise for Um- cure and Improvement of park?, and all
that tin l>? p ?rtiueut <>( Parks 1? entitled to expend for
the??* pin j.-M?? ?iinl* r laws requiring this Department to
Strand ? (kal thi* Department Isenlolned by the eourt
Tri iu niisitiK money on any bondis ass? ?Muent or other,
and ti em m-Muk any further payments to the Depart
m? nt if Parke, and the Department ot Park? from ineur
nii,.' any lurtliei liabllitle?.
Mr. bm-ii (?notes the second snd fifth section? of the
?Two p? r(Vut law-* in ?upportof lil? posit ion. AstTila let
tu <?f Mr. orecn's, although dated on Tuesday, wa? not
?1? in? red m Judge Hlltou until about 3 yesterday after?
noon, two boon .ifb-r Mr. (?reen had been served wli h
Jinil.-. l_tnaitt's order modifying tbe Injunction origi?
nally iKMied by Judge Barnard, and a- it bad tome
strait:lit from the Controller'? office, which 1? imuictii
atelv opposite Judge Hilton's, Judge Hilton concludes
Unit Mr. dicen Intends to dlstcgard JmU-e liurnard'a livt
or. . i. and no1 ?uiuplv t.lth the reqiiii-ltlons of the De
Ii.ii in eui i-f Publie Parks. If such a course ie persisted
ti, Judge Hilton ?ay? that application for a mandamus
lortiupe] Mi. Ursen to honor the requisitions of the De?
partment of Park? will be made, and will be, undoubt?
edly, granted, ae Mr. tireen, Judge 'Hilton say?, " I? ?c
?rnpvlng aa untenable position, a? the Department of
Park? ha? the undoubted legal rieht to obtain means for
tlie proe? t-titlon of the work under Ita fare, indi pent entlv
of the Two Per Cent law."
The following letter seems, notwithstanding Judge
Hilton'? suspicions, to ludiente that Mr. Green intends to
pay all proiier attention to Judge Bernard's order:
Cltl OK NEW YoKK, DEPARTMENT OF FlK-NCE, I
t ON TKOLLEK'. OK? HE, 8ept. 27, 1871. J
To the Depart,, tot of Public Parks: Since my communi?
cation of ti.e 2<th lu?_. was prepared, a cony of an order
i?f the Htipretue Court relative to Hie injunction in the
Poley ?-une hil? be.-n received at thin Department, anti
wlil re?? ne eailv attention,
AM'Ki.w H. Greek, Deputy Controller.
PAYMENT OF PUBLIC EMPLOYES.
Tl'c payment of laborers in the Croton Aque?
duct D< p.iriiu? ut wa? begun yesterday, |67,000 having
been advanced to Deputy Controller Green for that pur?
pose, by several bankers. The following correspondence
National ?_?__?___ Baxk. New-York, Sept. 27,1871.
A. II Greex. esi|.. Deputy Controller,
Dear Sir : Tin? bank has boen roquested by the Presi?
dent and ntlie. is of the Board of Public Instruction to
adv.ime the salaries now due to th?- principals and
t?_? ii? rt. employed by said Board, li the sam? meet?
your approval, please signify the same in writing. Moat
reap? t -trolly vour?. F. A. Palmer. President.
City oe New-York, Department of Finance, X
( oMRoi.i.Eit's Office, Sept 27,1871. J
F. A. Ptl.MV.it, c*o.. President Brodtray Rank.
Dew;-n. I have received your letter stating that
the Bioadway Bank lia? been r? unested to advance the
Miarlas now duo to tlie princip?is aud teachcts of the
piii.li?- -? Ikh.i?. and anklng It the saute meet? my ap
prut.il. I certainly can have no objection, but on the
??outran . should lee!, personally, much Kratifled if your
bank were ?o kind a* to advauee the amount? of their
Balarie? to thorne d? serving public servants. At the same
lime it i? my nitty to add that I am unable to say how
*jKH-?llly the bank can be repaid, thoueh I ?lioiild be
aiiMtm? to srenimpliah tint ii-?u!t at tim earliest practloa
lile day. Yen n-.-pr-?tiu)iy year.
ASH. H. Greek, Deputy Controller.
TI.?? w< ikinirmeii of the Department of Public Parka
?ade .tn.aii,vt mtnt> at ?weeay Hall last evening for,a
public i?roc*?*ion on October 4, in honor uf Peter B.
,. Wien., for |>a?iiig the wages of the employe? of the
A ^'E^V INJ l NCT10N ORDER PROPOSED.
1"he following order in the Foley injunction
?ait. prepared by Mr. Foley's counsel and submitted last
Mond?t, will come up to-morrow before Judge Barnard
for final art tie meut :
John Poley against the Board of Supervisors of the
County of .\eor-York, The Mayor. Aldermen, and Com
tnonulty of the f ity of Netr-York, A. Oakey Ball, Richard
B. Connolly, Km. if. Tweed, and Peler Ii. Sweeny.?tra
motion of Hobert A. Strahan, attorney for the plaintiff, It
M ordered that the defendant, the Board of Supervisors,
be aud it i* hereby restrained and enjoined from auditing
or ? rdenng to be paid claims against the County of New
York to n . r liter amount than the sum which shall be
set apart by the Bonni of Apportionment, mentioned in
tlie Jd section of the act of the Legislature of the State of
New York, entitled "An aet for the local government of
the City and County of New-York." passed Ap,rll it, lBTi,
and apportioned a? therein provided.
Ana it is further ordered that the defendants, the
Mayor, Ablernten and ( ommonalty of the City of New
York, aud the various offlcers, agents, and departments,
be and they hereby ure restrained from incurring any
expense, whether the object of expenditure shall hare
been ordered by tbe Common Council of said city or not,
unie?* an appropriation shall have b?_eu previously made
Wy the aloresald Boaid of Apportionment covering such
expeti?!. and from au? it og or ordering to be paid claims
agialust the city to a greitter amount than the sums
which shall be set apart by the said Board of Apportion?
ment during the year uni, for the purposes of the aald
city, or the _<?v ?riaui? ut thereof, aaiinff auld year, In
accordance with the provisions of said -tatut?.
And H is further ordered that the Controller of the
?"it v and County of New-York be and hereby Is restrained
and enjoin? ?i um psylng any claims against either the
City or County of New-York uni??? tbe ?atae shall have
I??-? n first audited as required by law, and from paying
any ?-ich ?I aims lu excess of tut amount set apart for
?ii? b purposes by the aforesaid Board of A pportlonment,
in ao ?.?rdance with the provisions of the tlura section of
?ubi ?utilte, and from paying or Issuing any bonds, or
raising UBI money for the purpose of paj mg aujr claims,
???count?, debts, or bills contracted wirb or Incurred l?
The N. 1. ir*tn*eript Association, the it. V. Printing
Compunr, tlie Mau uf art ming btatlonera' Company, and
The .?? t- Leader Association, or any or eltlwrr of them
for work or printing or advertialng done by the_ or
either of them, or goods sold and delivered by them or
either of them to or for the City or County of New-York,
or to or for any deptulinent or pun???- of t-eUsvera
of said CM v or Conn ty _ PMam*
And it is further ordered that the Controller arl the
City of New-York be and he hereby Is restrained and ea
?oi-ed from raising, as Controller, by any mean* w_at
awrer. ditrtng the tear ititi, iu the name or on the credit, or
aw behalf oi Um City ot New York, or the Mayer, Alder
au*-, and ( omi_o?_Jity ot the said city, any sunyir sums
?of money for pu? log or providln? for the payiaeBt of Um
*vpena_?crl the Uovontiaaiit Of the City and County of
Kew-York, or any ueparttuent or purpose of ami* city or
?county for tlie year 1?71.
tod it is hereby declared thst nothing hcrelu contained
itended to ?r dons eu>m the t>utruli*r of t_? City of
yew?York fro? ra-rtua, wNk the eoa-cnt aad approval
edamta Bnard of Apportion ?en t. under and try virtue ?f
tt-apters m aad ttxt ot the Laws of UTI on the consolida
o*mo*m*h mt um utj and Cmuty ot He* york, s suai
not rxrtvrllnKl8,0(Xi,(t>-. to pay off ?ntl cancel bon ti? or
t%utm\ or \my City or Oonnty tlrht? falling tine In ti? ytar
tH.i, mill aW tteimnui required ti> be r?l?'?ti in held
yeftr for the animal Inpf.ilinic utsonariv ?tot-lc of sala etty,
autl t?i meet tin? requisition? on tia? County ol Ni? ?a-York
ly Hi? fctato, for the i?yiiiont if the (hubty
debt in Maid year; or I? intended cr dont it*
strain the I>?p?iirn*jTit of Park? or the Dcpart
umU at Dacha from exercising. In their dlscre
tlon, ?li power? t?nferred ipon ?aid lutpstUnenta
l^ptyctlvcly to MEW npon bondi which by law ?aid De
p*-tJDent? are nmhutot-Ued to mama toanb ?tun? u Bay In
llvelr Judgiaani be BieeiiBry for ?fee piurtoee of eftrrylng
o? ?fee proper duties Intrusted to them, or from expentv
lnirfor ?neb. parp?se? the ?ure? ?o raleed by them respecte
taely tipo? ?tick bond?; or I? Intended to or doe? roetrnln
tho prxtper departinei.t or officers of tin? government of
the ?aid city and county from performing ?ii and every
dnty, or executing and perform In g all and every work,
neoeaititry and proper which they are duly authorized to
execute and perform, the expense of which, lu whole or
in part, to be provided for from aaseasmenu Imposed or
to be Imposed upon the properties benefited by ?ucb Im?
provement?, er from the ?aid Controller raising, with the
consent and approval of the ?aid Board of Apportinn
ment, npon the bonds I of the ?aid city or county, ?ach
?um? a? may be necessary to pay or provide for Hie ex
l>oii?e? alreaily incurred or which may hereafter be in?
curred in the execution of ?nch Improvement?, the ?atti
bond? ?o to be lasued to be paid from theaatccsmenta
imputed or to be imponed as aforesaid.
And, In ?o far a? the ?aid Injunction order heretofore
arrant? d herein Is not continued by Ulla order, the ?tune
1? hereby vacated and ?et Mide.
A CITY HALL CANARD.
ALLKGKD ARREST OF ANOTHKB OK THE VOUCHER?
An afternoon paper stated, yesterday, that
Thompson C. Dunn of No. S3 I'erry-st. had been axreated
on the ohar.ro of being conoerned In the theft of vouch?
er? from the Control 1er*? office, and held to ban by
Ju?Uee Dowling in bi,ooo. Toa aoouaed 1? a clerk In the
Bureau of Repairs and Supplie? of tile Department of
Publio Work?. Bupterintendent Kelso denle? that there
is any truth whatever In the ??tory of tho arrest, ami can?
not account for the origin of the Maternent.
MUNICIPAL REFORM IN HARLEM.
LARGE MEETING OF TAX-PAYERS?LETTERS FROM
ROBERT B. ROOSEVELT AND JUDGE LED
WITH??PEECIIES BT EX-MATOR TIEMANN,
HORATIO P. ALLEN, EX-GOV. SALOMON, AND
The Tax-payers' and Citizens' Associ.ntion of
the Twelfth Ward met at Lincoln Hall, on One-hundred
and-twenty-nftb-strlaat evening, to effect an organisation,
and to begin an opposition to Tammany rule. The room
vrae crowded to overflowing long before the appointed
hoar, and standing room waa sought around
the doors. The following officers were elected:
President, ex-Mayor Tiemann; Vioe-President?, Shep?
herd Kuapp, Wm. H. Colwell, Addison Smith, B. F. Ray
nor, W. B. ?sten, T. M. Peters, Henry Ochubank, W. Q.
Wood, H. Weldig, Ia. N. Fuller, ?. H. Gillett, L. Adams;
ttecretarlea, Wm. L*-?ckwood, C. H. Ketchel, W. T. Ryer
son, Henry Friedman.
Ex-Mayor Tiemann, in assuming the chair, ?poke as
We have met here this evening at the suggestion of the
Tax-payer?' and Cltlsens' Association of the Twelfth
Wara. That Association has been organised for the pur?
pose of v, utiTiing the publie work aa It goes ou to ree that
none of the peraons engaged In it charge more than a fair
and equitable price for the work done. Whllo
we aro all willing to pay a fair price, we
are not willing to pay four or five times as muoh as we
ought to. as we have had to do in many cases. We are
met thl? evening to consider our municipal government.
New-York ia one of the best and easiest cities in the
world to govern, notwithstanding its mixed population,
coming from every section of the globe; and there Is no
people who pay taxes more readily and with less grum?
bling, bnt we want to see something lett after paying
The speaker then referred to the Court-TTouse and
other bill?, and continued: But while censuring these
abusos and corruptions, we certainly should give credit
to thone who are doing their duty thoroughly. The Com?
missioners of Chanties and Correction, /believe, ara
doing their duties thoroughly, and ?pending no
more money than 1? absolutely necessary, and the
Commissioners of Dock?, too, I believe, ure entirely
above allowing anything Uko peculation. Then we have
a Court-House being built right under our eves, and I
bear tbat very large sums of money are MM tig on it.
This Association should look into tula, and if anything Is
found to be wrong it should be exposed. The fact 1?, if
you want good government yon must have good men.
If we adopt the old motto, "T-.ike men of principle for
your principal men," we shall do lvctter.
E. H. Brown then read the following resolutions,
which were unanimously adopted :
Wkeross, The (iottr?iratrtt of the (it? of Ken-York, through t lerei
of ii?-e|'ly-iil*Tined tv belora anil letrialat.Te enartti.enta, in practice baa te?
t?me tearful!? currant te4 debated Uma?lii>ot, tl.e pnblic tun ?i ?luin
ilere.l tari itolen. the piot??ri? of the entire eontitr bo?de?i for untold mil?
lion* of d.illan, ind the propia tauntingly tiled, " WbU are jo? going
to do ?V.nit it." therefore Im- it
Jteaoked. That the tax-paten of the Twelfth Wird without ttlitlnetlon
of i arti j ul;?e?. heber? ttit the tine hut fallr ?ntue ?rk-u lue Tintent
bead? of the Olty Gorrrniaett and their aonmplice*. who bite been or
mi? ha ouworthr of pabllc conn.lenre, ihoakl les renton d front til ohVet
ef tratt *nd beaor it the rtrliett pow.hle di? ind that Bone bat honratt
tod ear-able mm ationld he lilac?! is tbeir ?teal.
RttOrved. That la? Citr Charter bat reeently Initururtted ?ho-ld b?
mited *nd ??tended by lae neil State Legi.latur? in the tole Inter??! of
the people, giri-? equal and fair protection of prrw.u tad property,
tborongh proii.ioB for tbe public cilor.nt.on of ill claitea. eqaltrkle Iawi
tod iiBpirtiil enforcement thereof, and economy in til eipenditore? of
troneti, tod tint w? hereby pledge our united co?peralioo with ti) right
pi.mied rit.I'm io procure and tnalntala in none?! municipal (iorcra
Hetolred, That (hie organliation nainlmon?lr tpprore of the Commit
tee of Serentr. ir.l hereby expre?! full confidence in the e?rlr iub?t*ntii
imn of .he pubic frau.li *nd ptuuihrneni of the gu.lt.?, uJ, if pouible,
recorrry of tbe ttnlen fuadi.
tiCM/tied, That IB the tc.ertios of oar thle and true citizen Andrew II
Ciiento be Deputy Controller of New-York?in f*ct, it? tlrrf financial
oBrer? we ?re ??tared that uo more ncfarioui city bond? ?ill lie lamed
?nd the proceed? niched, no more fal*? par-roll* or politic*! ainerarra,
and son- but honett diannrtetnent?. for faithful public ?ertice*, kill be
m*de from the Cilr or County Treamry.
Itetolced, That at the Twelfth Wird It ti yet roden -loped, tod on
tbit account * n<li place for eily "join, it i* ceprcaallr the dut. of tba
tai payer* tad eltiient of thit Wird to witch rloiely the ripendiUiret of
unit mt for our new I'ourt-Uotte. the laying oat of bonlerarai, the open?
ing nil Improving of trente? ttreett. lie
Hetolved, Tint it it U.e inditprniahle doty of the Twelfth Wird Tu
j.? ? r ? ted tltneni' Aaitxiilic.? te be Tiglllant In cotiperitioa with other
art. King, aati-ihitfriag orgaaiitliont of the district, to tee that none hut
b..ne?t and cipible mea ire nominated and elected tbii Fall to (?tate,
cunte di.tnct or wird oScea, without dlltiaetion of part?, and that
the lial'oi box be the trae expusett of the honett cltiir i' role, tod that
tbe I oininlttec of Metenty be perrnittard to nominate, and the proper to
thornlee appelai, oat Intpeetor ot? ('tnratter. inJ ?te Mtr*b?l in each
election diltriet of the eily, ind thereby h.lp to prerent the " repealing,"
?' ringing," ?ed fal?? coonong of farmer yean m the city eltciioni looa
to be held.
The following letters were then read :
E. H. Bboww?Ditrr Sir : I regret that a pre?? of other
engagements renders it imposnible for me to comply
with your request to speak at a meeting of the Tax
Payer?' and Citizens' Aaaoclation of the Twelfth Word.
However, I give you my warmest sympathies. The bat?
tle yon aro waging is a struggle of the people against
corrupt rulers ; it Is a fight for thone Institutions which
our ancestor!? won at the cost of their blood during tbo
Kevolution : it Is simply for a repr?sentative form of
government, and If we full now, democracy proves a
failure the world over, and Ireedom will cease to exist.
The few men who tyrannise over and misgovern us are
In no sense the choice of the people; they bold their
power solely by delylog and perverting that choice. If
their reign is to continue, with all its accompaniments of
robbery, corruption, outrag??, abuse, and extravagance?
If tbeir power Is a natural and Inevitable ruault of Utt?
erly?then liberty might as w eli be nurrondi re.i at once.
Me bad lietter be rulodby one man than robbed by four.
These men during the loft five years have taken Improp?
erly from the city treasury not leas titan lioo.OOO.ouu ; in
fact, to suy that they have appropriated or divided among
their folio v. t-rs, tools, and sycophant? ro,(JOO,000 a year, is
to si?eak with moderation. Tbeir every act is a )ob|
street openings are frauds; pavings are swindles; a
sewer cannot be laid without somebody has a sharing of
the stealing ; taxe? are inordinate anti unbearable and
Increase yearly, while the debt ia rolling up mountain
high. Our city, had It lieen decently governed, would
have paid all Its liabilities long ere this. It has increased
vastly in wealth and resource? during thepp.st ten years,
but under a robber " Bing " of masters it ha? only sunk
deeper and deeper Into the financial ?lough. The
vented luilebtastlnea? to-day aa reportetl by the Com?
mittee ot Investigation is ??7,000,000, while the unadjosled
claims are very larire, much larger than Is generally
supposed, and augmenting It far above tlOO.000,000 If
these grelvous wrongs are to be set right the people
must act ; they must win the second battle of the revolu?
tion, at the oost of treaaure certainly, of blood possibly.
As ? Democrat I can onlv say I yetlhave faith In my
party, and believe that the crimes ofNew-York officials
are due to no oae party more than to the other, but that
they bave grown out of a combination of both for evil
purposes. If, however, theft shall be adopted ft? ft
DemocrftUo principle, I will then change my politics.
For the present, however, on National and 81 .te matters
we may each of u? properly hold to our party viewk, but
in munietoftl affairs all good men should unite to put
down venality, w??tefulii?5?s, corruption, *nd mlsgovern
nieuL Confident that you will assist in attaining thl?
object, I romain, your obt sevt., B. B. Booskvklt.
New-York, Sept TI, 1871.
?. H. Bkowk, esq.?I>rar Sir : I very much regret
that I cannot be with you this evening at your meeting,
cal.'od to adopt the beat plan to rid our Municipal Oov- <
ernment of the deaUrnbig and corrupt official? who have
disgraced our city, as well a? robbed lu eitlsen?.
I can amure you that a movement lnaugurat?sd by men
who bave hitherto kept aloof from our political affairs U
jo me, as well a? to our citizens, the dawn of light from
Which I am cou fide ni ?rood moat retralt.
In the hope that you will be uneeaalng In the good
work thus begun, and In which you have my hearty co?
operation, I am your?, truly, TuoMats A. Lejjwith.
Horatio I'. Allen ?aid Unit although he bad once owed
allegiance to Tammany Hall, be had fomaken Ila leader?
when they turned pabilo robber?. He denounced at
length the lnfamou? proceedings of the " Ring," and
?ailed upon honest men to retrieve the.city'? lost honor.
The next speaker, rx-Uov. baiomon of Winconaln, said :
The people are now arooaftd from their ?lumber?. Four
men are at the bes? of thl? City Government who ?band,
and have stood for weaks, branded as public robber?.
The uuettlon wblcb was tauntingly asked by those men,
"What aro yon going to do about It!'1 baa found
an echo in tke bcart of t\ary honest man tinee
it wa? so mockingly aaked, and I believe diere ia hardly
a man ot intelligence and honesty to-day in the City of
New-York who dim not endeavored to answer that quea?
tiou to hlmeelf when be thought of the great wrong?
which these public servant? have committed.
There Is one remedy which Iles with you and me and
every eltiien of New-York, and tbat U through the
ballot-box. Elect honest tuen to the Legta-tatare that
1? to assemble In November next. Tlrla 1? a
duty which wa ali mutt perform, and, ao
far ?a I am able te Judge, we ?hall
be able to fteoompUab It in tbe City of New
York, notwllkstandlug the trcincudoti* power of
these guilty couaptratora and their guilty coadjutor?.
Organice in your ?everal dlaUieU, pat np your candi?
dates, and tee to It thai (hero ?hall be but two cftudldute?:
thai of Tammany Hall, If thev ehooee to put one np. anti
the oaitdiaate of the tteforaser?, the bone?t Wen'?
i-andida te. Organtte and enroll every man oapabes
?f voting : Me that avery bone? maa'? name
la oa the Hat of voterai and m> to Um
jus In snfflrtent numbers to protect the right and art
_st wrong Bb?n not trttrmph, and w* ?nan ha?? on that
?tay our Appoinattox and the .Burre_i_r of Tammaiiy
Win TI. ?sten and I.. M. Fuller also addressed the meet
ing, after winch it adjourned to next Wednesday
NARRAOAN8ETT PARK MX-TINQ.
Provldencf., Sept ?7.?The ?econd day of
the fourth annual exhibition of the Harragnasett Psrk
Association passed off pleasantly. The tttX raes was
won by the fsvorlte, a Bangor stallion, named Plato,
and the second race ?at won by 8usle, who defeated Sea
Foam, the favorite. The betting was pretty heavy, and
the attendance considerably larger than yesterday.
the riRST SAcr..
The Belle of Lcavenworth ud Bonnie Doon having
been drawn, the ?tarter? were John Stewart. Nettie Mor?
ris. Plato, Ed. Eaton, Charlie Allen, and Dan Morrill
This trial was for a purse of 15.000, for horses thst never
trotted better than 2:42 ; 11,20? to the first. W? to
the eecon?1, and 1300 to the third. Plato waa a
long favorite, and wa? generally conceded by all to oe
the best horse In the Held. _
First Heat.?They got away in considerable ctmrnslpn,
the pole being in Stewart'? possession. He managod M
keep his lead past the quarter, made in 384 seconds, and
np the back-stretch to the half, made In 1:17; Morrill
was second and Pinto third, the others trailing. Before
they mad? the half Eaton took the second place, anti
Plato kept his old place, Morrill falling far behind. On
the Providence torn Plato began to foot beautifully, and
had the second place before they reachexl the three
quarter pola. The ni?? home wm close between Btewsrt,
Eaton, and Pinto, the latter coming In a winner. Eaton
was second, Stewart third. Morris fourth, and Alleu and
Morrill were distanced. Time. 2M?.
Second Heal.-Plato took the lead, ami kept it put the
quarter, made in 88 seconds, closely pursued by Morris
and Stewart, Just after they left the score, Morrl? made
a terrible break, putting her back far to the rear on the
back-stretch. Stewart passed Eaton and ml land I'la to,
showing in front for a moment as they dashed madly
past the half In 1:18. On the Providence turn the four
were pretty well bunched up, Eaton having caught up
with the others on the home-stretch. He passed Morrl?
and Stewart, and " went for" the leader, but Mace urged
Plato on and won the heat. Stewart cams In third, and
Morris fourth. Time, 2:33f.
Third _eaf.-Stewart ud Plato went off like the wind,
somewhat In advance of the others. At the quarter,
marlo in 88 seconds, Plato had gone to the front, and
Eaton bad the seodnd position. In this position they
passed the half. In 1 ; li _. Eaton kept close on the leader
around to the three-quarter pole, when he began to tire,
and Plato got home an easy winner. Stewart was third
and Morris last. Time, 2:3lt.
Benjamin Starr having been drawn, the starters
were Young Bruno, Medoc, Sea Foam, Susie, I_vdy Au?
gusts, Fleetwood, snd Ohio Boy. This trial was for a
purse of #8,000, for horses thst never trotted better than
2:29: $3,000 to the first, ti,Mm to the second, 1800 to the
third, and poo to the fourth. Sea Foam was the favorite.
JW-?! Heal.?They soored a pong time, and were ?ent off
very badly, Ohio Boy, Susie, ann Medoc in front, and the
others in a bunch far behind them. Before reaching the
quarter there was some changing among the rear horse?,
nut Ohio Boy kept hi? lead, and Fleetwood was second,
Medoc third, ann Snsie fourth. Before the half wa? made
Susie closed with Fleetwood and took the third place.
At the three-quarter Susie had got np to the second place,
and closed with Ohio Boy. The race home between
them wa? lively, and Sen-Foam, who was.|gal!oplng, carne
in mad pursuit, and crossed the ?core close on Susie's
quarter. Ohio Boy was third, and Susie won the race ;
Medoc was fourth. Fleetwood fifth, Lady Augusta sixth,
Dreadnniight seventh, and Bruno last. Time, 2:27.
Second Heat.?Augusta, Bruno, and Susie got the best
of the Btart, but at the quarter Susie waa first. Bruno
second, and Augusta third. At the. half Bruno was ton
?Ideralily in the rear, and the others were all over the
course, Drcadnaught doing a great deal of running.
Sea-Foam was well behind at first,! but ?he gained per
eeptlbly on the backatretch, and at the three-epuartor
pole held tho second place. On the homestretch ?he tol
Tared Susie and went io the front, coming In tho winner
of t lu? lu ? i by about a length. Medoc was third, Bruno
fourth, Ohio Boy fifth, Dretvlnanght aixth, Fleetwood
seventh, and Augusta was distanced. Time 2:27k
Third Heal. ?Theyjgot away lu oonfnslon, Ohio Boy and
Medoc both running. At the quarter Bruno was first, but
I Se? Foam broke badly and fell behind StiBie. A? they
neared the half, a struggle between Bruno andJSuslo be?
gan, with Medoc third, and Fleetwood fourth, all trotting
??juarely except Sen Foam, whose behavior wa? bad.
Susie continued to miali Bruno on the next stretch, and
went to the front s? they swung Into the home-stretch.
The race home wa? lively, Medoc getting In third. Fleet?
wood fourth, Ohio Boy firth, Sea Foam sixth, and Dread
naught last. Time, 2:28?.
Fourth Heal.?Bruno led to the quarter, closely pursued
by Fleetwood, who took the urn placo on the back
stretch. Bruno behaved badly after this, and fell back
to the fifth position. Medoc meantime had been improv?
ing hi? fortunes, und, bv dint of an occasional run, ho
had taken the second place, and it looked a? if lie was
going to pass Fleetwood. Sea Foam wa? third, Ohio Hoy
fourth, and Susie sixth, as they passed the half. Bound
ing the 1 bree-(.mtrttir polo, Mt ?lu? ni??l?- another frightful
break, and went to the front. Sea Foam was trotting
beautifully all the way from the half, and passed Fleet?
wood before they got into the home-rtroten. Here He.?
Foam passed Meuoe, and came in a winner of the heat.
On account of running, the Judge? reorganize*d tin- p?ml
tlon of the horse?, regardlei? of the order they got In,
ronslderinlt Bruno second, Fleetwood third, Susie fourth,
Dreaduaught fifth, Medoc sixth, and Ohio Boy seventh.
Fifth Hea t.?Fleet wood and Huste, and Bruno and
Medoc, were paired off, the former two ahead. At the
ouarter, Fleetwood wa? first, Bruno second, and Sttsle
fourtb. On getting to tho half, theie was a llvelv s??iriin
mage between Fleetwood, Bruno, and Stts-le, wWb re?
sulted In Susie getting the first place. I*;< ?tv..I and
Hinno were tired out before thev reach? ?1 ti? three
quarter?, and from that point Seu Foam,w In? Lad lu ?-oin.
second, was the only adversary from v. ho*, - -o- had
aught to fear. The race home between the m at little
sorrel and the big gray mare wa? very close, hut the
sorrel won it by four length?, and Son Foam had to be
content with second money. Bruno was third, Medoc
fourth. Fleetwood fifth, Ohio Boy Bixth, and Dread
naught seventh. Some changes were subsequently
made In their placing, but nothing which interferes with
the regular distribution of the money. Time of the last
To-morrow's programme consiRt? of a purse of 12,000,
for horses that hnve never beaten 2:50, and another of
13,500, for houses that have never performed a mile in
less than '?JO.
Nashville, Sept. 27.?First Juice.?Railroad
Stake for three-year-old?, mile heat?, ti' entry, play or
play, the railroad? adding 8300: second horse to receive
tfiO. There were 16 entries, and eight started.
SVllieR..2 3 1 1 i BorToi?. d ?.
Hoe W.lt.in . 1 0 2 2 J .'lira ob. t.di?.
Maim.Ki. ? I. f. ... t 0 3 3 Uill'.rh.e. dir.
Bratts-], f. 3 4 4 4' billi. Mnn.hr. di?.
Tui.f-1 tat. 1:491, 1.5;.; 1 Mi
Second Race.?Association Purse |6o_, mile heats, bent
three in five.
Doncron.2 8 114 1 Tom Cfirbett.... B 4 3 3 2r.o.
(jimmie. 1 2 2 4 1 ? Bob Shelton..... 4 J Ois.
Irene Shepperd.. 3 14 2 3 3|
Timay-l:?!), 1:48a}. 1:53,1:?l 1:52 1:53.
The last race was very exciting, and did not close until
nearly dark. It was suspected Bob Shelton was allowed
to be distanced purposely, and after the raie he run a
mile in litte. The question of dismissing hi? owner, Lee
Paul, from the Association will he determined to-hight.
BESOLLTE VB. CHAMPION.
The Champion Club of Jersey City visited
the Waverly Fair Ground? yesterday to play their re?
turn game with the Resolute? of Elizabeth, and after an
exciting contest returned home the winners of the game
and of the State championship, by the following score :
casarina. a. la. r.o. _
rVhsnek. r. f.. 1 J o o
Blies, Ml. 115 1
bbsolcts. a. 1? r.o. a.|
Aa.tm. L f.4*70
Murri.?-, 1st li. 0 3 S 0
Amort, p.0 0 0 0
Hrssri. Uti. 12 0 0
H C?_po?l' s. ?... 2 3 3 3
Remolds, e. f. 2 2 0 0
('?Ulai, r. f. 12 0 0
Farr..?? t.2 0 5 1
M. Cs-pbell, ?lb.. 2 0 4 4
Willis, p. 112 2
*Ksj. L f. 114 0
" (inn," ?t.. 12 3 2
Collies, e.2 2 2 2
Bro.e.f f. 3 2 10
Clerk 1st b.4 1 3 0
Ms-well, 3d b. 2 2 7 1
ToUL.16 13 27 ~|
Tots!.14 14 27 I
(__. 1st 2d. 3d. 4th. 5th. 6th. 7th. 9th. Hh Totals.
Beeolete.2 0 n 5 o 10 n -J?
Ci.sibjiob.0 lu 0 0 2 2 0 1 0?15
tupir?, Mr. Pb?lp? of the Fir A war deb; tiree of fame 2 boars IS
minnie?. First bsse by erro .-He?, lute I tieri: (hampioa, ? times.
Ron? earned?H_Kilote. 1, Chsaipioo, 1. ToUl errurs? Reeolot?, ii,
The Stars defeated the Brooklyn Athletics
yesterday by a score of M to I.
The Bed Stocking of Boston defeated the
Forest CltyB of Cleveland yesterday by s score of 8 to 7.
The Haymakers of Troy defeated the Olym?
pics of Washington, yostertlav, by a score of is to 7.
Only seven tunings were played.
Kingston, Ont., Sept. 27.?The yacht* Daunt?
less and Ina will run, on Thursday, IS miles to windward
sud buk for $400.
A COLORED DOCTOR _ STORY.
Cincinnati, Ohio, Sept. 27.?A colored man
representing himself as Dr. Wm. Wells Brown of Boston,
President of a National. Association " for the spread of
temperance and night-school? among the freedmen of the
South," reached here last night He ?tate? that on Mun?
day afternoon he got off the railroad train at Pleasure?
ville, between Louisville and Lexington, snd started to
go Ave miles Into the country to lecture to fr? <-d?.n
On the wsy bo waa ?urroanfled by bonemea, who tiwi
nts hands, leading him some distance with the evident
purpose of hangln? him. Finally they came to a house
where * man was suffering from delirium tremenn. to
whom he administered morphine, which he had with
him, by the hypodertaUt jinxes?, brlngln? in?UnTr*.|, f
anti claiming to work thrungli tbadei li,-for the our..?.*?
ff taking advantage of the superstition? foars of hu can?
tors. This delayed matters, and all but one or two of tile
men went away to retara at i o'clock. In the meantime
the person left to guard*hlm fell asleep, and ?lie wife of
the sit- iH_n then toW him that the/ were going to hnn_
bim, and ?vivised him to ?sarape. Ile therefor* started
for the railroad, reached It, and took a train for this city.
We?t?rn women are made of stern?, stuff
than their Eastern slaters. Ellen Rltehle of Iudianola.
lo wa, recently found a huge rattlesnake on Us pon h
?^,h<_r.*1ft*r'? hotat, MUtked II with a cleaver, but
SSS.?_f__l* The ?puls assumed the offensive ?ml
fi_L*?__ the #T> sevsrel times, until she, set urina??
?"ck. knocked off the serpent's head and bon- the UhIv
??mp-an?jp late lbs parlor, to the admiral lou of he.
fia I IWWaMap llajl Will -v-~
?.n Moa*. Ira,. ?",..r,L
fjo BT> ?T? ?i"
HM1H TIMI "BO-DA V.
I??! Braaeb. OcxVa- Bslt-rr ai.J . .
?sr. ?ai Cea?; I- . . V. /!___. Kla_l?K, ??? I
?. ?V ?. ?a. a. a_ ? aa. ?.?.?.??
C8 >?? 7:3 HI W:M ??*'
ws-rasa r?oa__rrs roa tbis VKixirt.
Albemarle, Hotel?The Hon. A. E. Bone, e_
Pe<-n-Ury of Ue Navy; He.fior Hoben?, the ftoa-iflh Min?
ister, and the ('omites? de Banne.os of HpniB. ?-??
(l-re-rlon Hofet-Ool. Manuel Freyre, the Peruvian
Minister, and family, and Misa Clara Loui.se Kelli i. *.
__=> Si. Nicholat l-OiVi-Judge Wyley of ?iew-Orlean?.
Oen. Willum Mjibone, nf Virginia, Judge R. Hitchcock of
Ohio, and Major M. J. Wicks of Memphis. ^= MtlrovoHr
lan Hotel-Ex-Senator Willard Saolsbury of Delaware.
=__ Oilsey Houte?lhe Hon. William Plnckiioy Whyte of
Ma-ylsnd. ?-=_ Bretoort Boute?ii***** M. ?.uliman of
Chlc-jro, ud .Frederick Billings of Vennout. *=->
Everett Bouse-Trot Ritter oT V?-_sr Colley. -^~
Fifth A venue Hotel?.Senator Ooldthwalte of Alabama,
the Hon. K. D. Rice of Auinieta, Me.; John Duff of Bus
ton. Oen. Bradley T. Johnson of Virginia, Robs Camp?
bell of Baltimore, and Col. A. R. Manning of Mobile.
- ? Coleman Howse?-Bishop Green of Mississippi and
the Re*. Dr. Lyman of Ken Francisco. =-- Gratul Ctn
tral Hotel?The Hon. H. P. Almon of Nova Scotia and
Oen. A. Bteinwehr of Conn? tleut ?i Neto- York Holet
?Jtidire Merrick of New Orleans and Oen. Toiopkin? of
The pablic are warnod aRiiiiiHt nn ini-poster
calllng himself Clark, who exhibits a Ust of ?ubecilbers,
snd solicits additional subscriptions for a libiary for
Hre-En*lno Co. No. 12.
The United Train of Artillery of Providence
will retnrn to titi? city from Philadelphia to-day. They
will be received by the Tlat Regiment and escorted to Its
armory, where a collation will bo served. lu Lue t-venlii?
they will visit the Grand Opera House.
A largo number of visitors attended the
third day's festivities of Ue Bualban Agrlcnltural Fesll
val, or Cann?tadt Volksfest, yesterday. The Association
baa determined to continue the festival to-day, to com?
pensate for the loss occasioned by the storm on Tuesday.
Richard Meares of 8ixth-ave. and Nine
teenth-?t. is now opening his Fall and Winter goods, con?
sisting of a large assortment of silks and dress goods,
mourning goods, velvet?, mllllnerv and straw good?,
housekeeping and domestic good?, hosiery und mid? r
garmeute, glove?, oorsets, _c.
The Real Estate Protective AnsOoiation met
last evening at National Hall, No. 62 Btauton-st, to ap?
point a Committee to act to conjunction with tho build?
er? and property owners, who are to take action Ui?
evening relative to the repeal of the presout Biilldinir
laws by Ue next Legislature. The President, T. Francis
Gibbons, referred to Uic present Building laws as ini?
quitous and unsatisfactory to real estate owner?, and
apiKilnted a* a Committee, to represent the Association,
Charles J. Goeler, Christian Roliiwagen, F. Wlndholz,
and Joseph Haight.
The excitement caused by th? arrest of E. J.
Jackson of the firm of Polhemu? A Jackson, for com?
plicity with Hodge in Ue cmbcizlemeut of the, Govern?
ment fund?, had not entirely abated In Broad-st.. yester?
day. Mr. Jackson sat in his office In Exchange-place,
receiving call? from friends during the day, ann ?ah!
that he had evidence In bin possession, which, produced
at the proper time, will clear the Arm of all knowledge
of the robliery. Barring the notoriety which ha-? boeu
given to them by the arrest, he claim? that he is glad the
(?hw ?niiii.-ut has proceeded lu the case.
The Itth Regiment will make an ezcuntion
to Ballliuoie, starting on Mouday next.
Deaths in Brooklyn during the past week,
197; from small-pox, 2; cholera infantino, If?.
The Directors of the Philharmonie Society
have decided to suspend the proposed ?erie? of concerts
during the season of lBn, owing to the small amount of
subscription? received toward defraying expenses.
Papers were filed in the County Clerk's
office yesterday authorizing Ue Art Association to hold
real estate .wort li ?_V,UOO, and personal estate worth lion,
ooo, anti also obtain a loan of fi'.n.) from the lum?
Savings Bank on tho pniperty owned by the Association.
Rc.ir-Admiral Smith visited the officers of the
Swedish man-of-war Josephine, yesterday, and wa?
received on bonni by the lowering of the co'ors at the
l>oak. I'pon bl? departure a nullit? wa? fired, w Iii eli was
returned, ?run for gun, from the Ordnauce dock at the
A penernl meeting in behalf of the Centen?
nial Fund uf the Kefurim-tl Church uf America was held
last evening, In the Joralcnitiu-st. Reformed Cburoh.
The Rev. K. T.tylor, the Rev. Dr. E. 8. Porter, and the
Rev. Mr. Ganse made short addressee, referring to the
suocess of the lulmrs of tbe ('?mi te ti nial Committee, and
thanking the Church member? for their liberal interest in
the work. The Church porp"?-? to raise tl.duO.OOO before
the termination of the centenary, and the KiM-aKer? be?
sought earnest efforts for the lucroase uf the fund. A
?perlai mietlntrof the General Synod was held at . p. in.,
for the purposs of electinif a Professor to the ?-han of
Didactic anil Polemic Theology In New-Brans wick
College, but the wleellon was deferred until to-day.
Long Island City.?Thomas MeQtwde,
charged with indecent Assaults upon Ms two yoting
daughter?, wa? remanded by Recorder Pearsall, at A?
torls, yesterday, for further examination. Hunter'?
Point, the ?cene of hi? crime, I? greatly excited over the
disclosure, and threat? of lrnehlng him have been made.
....At the opening uf the Hunter's Point school, ye?ter
da.v, tho reading of the Bible, which has been dispuse?.
with for the past few year?, wa? resumed In the pres?
ence of the Board of Education, the School Trust?es, and
several clergymen. One of the trustee? protested against
the act as "contrary to the great principles of equality
upon which the Government i? basad, the purpose for
which the school tax Is raised, and the religious cuuvic
tion? of many of our cftisen?."
HUDSON RIVER COI'NTIEi.
Newbcbi.h.?The 11th annual exhibition of
the Newburgh Bay Horticultural ?-daly opened Tuesday
afternoon at Moore'? Opera House, which wit? decorated
with flower?, hanging basket?, and specimen plants
from the greeu-b?iiise? In Hie vicinity. The display of
fruit, flowers, nnd vegetable? is excellent, the number of
entries being tto.
Jersey Citt. ? A Republican ratification
nie. ting will be held in Hoffman's Arcade October 6.?
Pjieeclie? will be made by Oen. Van Buren and tho Hon.
John Davidson_Henry Adam? and William Jone?, for
assaulting John li. Burnley, and Wm. Cook, for a-n..iuit
ing his wlfn, were committed yesterday, (iodftey
Muess and Theodore Ludwig were lined pa and 150
respectively for ?oiling goods without licouse.
Houokp.n.?The Board of Poltce Cuihhh - Mont i ? has
appointed ex-Councilman Charles H. Bagley and John
Meier? patrolmen_Ira Ball, gate-tender at the Mortis
and Essex Railway, was bebt In bail yesterday for an
atrocious assault upon Abel Malcolmson, a Newark mer?
chant The plaintiff allege? that Ball demanded hi?
ticket, and bet?re It could bo produced, violently as?
sault?^ him. ..The member? of the Grand Array of the
Republlo connected with Po?t Wadaworth No. 19 have
elected John M. Farrell, 8?'nior Vice-Commander, Robert
H. Ailerta, Junior Vice-Commander, Arthur Clayton,
Officer of Ue Hay; P. J. Ackerman, Officer of the Guard,
and J. J. Pet- r, Sergeant Major .. H. Luthln has been
appointed Clerk of the Board of Education in place of G.
O. Cooper....Martin Jaeger was arrested last night for
threatening to kiU his wife and children.
Newark.?Mi?s Gertruds R. Wsrd has presented a
suitable building to the Woman'? Christian Association,
ss ahorne for working women?A Joint Commission of
the Essex and Hudson County Freeholders have granted
a license to Peter Wefler to build a pier In front of hi?
premise?.The Nstlonsl Guard ha? postponed Indef?
initely the annual target msten at the Fair Ground? at
Waverley, to compete for the Governor'? and Major ?Gen?
West Hoboken.? The residence of Mr. Vreeland, near
Bergenwood-ave., was robbed of I3U0 worth of good?
Tuesday night. _
Officer .lohn Clark of the Ninth Rroo.t_.vii Precinct
wai dismiss?!, vnt.nl?.,, for dr_k_D?_.
MacFarland St, Randall's provision store, No. 17
Prout st , w.? darna??- ?MM bv If? last ?venin*.
A carboy ot nitric acid exploded, yesterday, in
frost of IBs non o? Moi.?? fc Co , st M?. ?T **4*m*tm%, ?Mata? alick I
dt?, a p.
Caroline Robinson, age IA, of No. 216 8ixth-st., wm
. dangcr-salv bara?, ?boat tim boij lui *v?ai?f bj Um ?xpWsloa ?f a
Nathan Levy, tego l8, of No. 115 D?t?s?od. _t., while '
plasms; ?p Orea-ns-at-, -Mr fnn? st.. w?s shot Is tit, ?-uti with ?
platal Dv ?a ??know? p.non.
Cathuins MeCnllonffh, age 40, of No. ?02 East
Kl?v?---t.. sa__pt_ Ml-4?. UM ?raalaj, bj Uk.ng Ptsts-fr?*?, ?ad
I? now 1? ? ??-?fatf??? ?50?aiillOU.
Thomas Slater of Morrisania recei ved, veaterdav, a
orrtn est is th? Iff frais s clnrtt thrown st kim by D?ai?l fiiofia
dsnsf s q?_r-rl st V??t tad Gi_??r1_ ?u.
Christopher Lenox of No. 39 Christopher-st. was
Ktrrilv eat ?boat th? b?_d last trralsf darlo? ? Ifbt with ankcowa
?Ms Ia Doaltj't liqoM ?t?'?. *< ?--tv tad T?o?p^?-.i?.
Timothy Collins, a lnhorer, who wm ininred Atig.
31 bj tim all ?f ? Brisk wall ?a kilt ?tariag dows th* old b?lldis? st
Trjon-rww tad (>ntr..|L Jia-, ?a-ilsdtr, la i*a Park r-^S?!.
(.ha-rles aSotitherton, age IS, died, yesterday, at No.
I.3BS Third air?., fro? ity?ri?_ rr-lvad oa Tsatdsr bj fall,a# from th?
rvof?( t h?xi*r al O?. h?ndr_ aod-alxtj Irst-rt tod T.ath ava. '
Sevarsl memb>srs of the Brooklyn Fire Department
wer? tmoi Un dar?" pav rtek, jmttrtaj, bj tim Oemm*?*? for i.
tomo* ? aaaaat ? pot!?? a*o?r I? ?rraartia? ? ?r_k sod SUatiarlj oana*.
John MoOionif of Twenty -seventh-?t., while in
and r?eclT?d ia ntara t .lo? oa tim bud sntk at no? Uf. "
John Taylor, an English commission merehant.
?tam. l.t-1; mtmM*??**mam, abo ?uaaakW bv A-.n.u
iOTiai.aic_r~.tk_ prttr-M?, 4M, 7?_?rt-., la ia? I oao. .(
Charles Palmer, togo 17. resldin? at Seventh-st and
Avr?a? A ?til. Jttin?i?sl.l.tfiUtr_il?v??. Mil Kim-???. Maa
da?, w?a ahol is Um la I aid?, rwanvuf s pruUhlr faltl ??and Tk?
bail ia aappoaad I? fcBTv t-_, tram ? lists'? lil? falWj ia In,,? W'aod.
A YOUMO THUtF SHOT BT A WATCHMAN.
Several boy? attempted, yenterday, to sti-al
Iron from Pier Mo. ?a B. R, (teurre Wchardson, a prlvste
iktct?au of ' Ko. ?0 Okerra _*.. va* WM _____ed l?
Bu?i-?lng the iron, ftr?d a pistol at them, the bftll taking
atrnt In the breast of William Kenney, BgB lt,ot No, lal
TVati-r-st.,andoaualnna pratabl* MM wound. Ken?
ney waa remnvtBd tft lb? MadB?oi?-Bt. PoU* HUtloii,
wiK-rethe hall ?a? extractad. R1oB?rtl?on wa? looked
np to await tbe ree a H of the boy'? tejarle?.
*1N KX DxtPUTY CORONER kTtXMTn TO SHOOT
A RIVAL PnYBICIAN.
A feud huftrs loo? time putt existed bs
tween Dra. Winiam Shine of No. ? Orortwieh-st. and
John M. Merrill of No. 1? Greenwloh-?*. They aro
rival pViictiflorier?i, and have qMrreled on one or
two occasion?. Over one year ?go, while Dr.
Shine waa the Deputy of Cortmer Hynn, he met
Dr. Merrin ?t the bedside ?f u ftlck woman
in Albany-??. Dr. Shine claimed that the case wa? hi?.
Dr. Merrill ?aid that he had been called Id, and denlcir*
the ngiit of Shine to interfere. The quarrel
ended in blows. Dr. Shine striking hil op?
ponent with ft large ?bell, and finally sue<5eediug
In ejecting bim from the room. Shlno uta sub?
sequently arrested, and an examination waa held at
the Tomb?, but the matter waa Anally t-omprooiUed and
the ault withdrawn. There have been subeequeint quar?
rels, and last evening Dr. Milne atletaptea to make a
(Idhi liniruiiltion of his rival He fired two ?hot? from
?revolver throngh the office window of Dr. Merril 1,
neither taking etr?ct
Dr. Milne was ai rested at midnight by Officer* ?taig??-"
and Thompson hi Dooley'? saloon, at Amity and Tiiomp
rim-itU. He waa lot-had up in the Cbitroh-?U Police
_Tlic list of ofllcerB by the United Rtatc? ?teanier
Irouani. which will tail (rom Philadelphia ia a law ?aya fat IB* Baal 1?.
die? ti* the Hu? Caaal. include? th* foUuwiaf: CtmtmtAes U.A.
Ad*?.: Lient -Coramt-tier* F. R. Barth tad H. C Piela*, Lieat.
Willi*- Praadalli M**Vr? Willie Swift. P. W. Michel*, tad ?dei h
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A??lM*at Hurgeon A. P. Maguader; Atora? AaaattBat Harreo? J. C.
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Bri?NKTr'M Kai.i.iston is the best Cosmetic
It ia HRfterted on reliable authority that oiij
?ftb?li-?tt<>u?rfiheB?wl????r?lpC???titrUep, ea i-eeiTleg Bli ?p-teintr
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wtT.?i?dBaa^t?ji?eBaei.*el>aa?-.a!.*?|r?.?^ ?? ?-al taub
liibaveat. If thit b? Iro?, ?ad there I? *? r*a*ea to doab! H, It tegara
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anything bot green._
To Mother.??.?Use Imverial Gbani'm. the
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