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THE NEW YORK SUN.
WEDXESDAT MORNIXO, OCT. 12, 1M.
fared AdrHtltwMU Carly.
MwBmi vfll ebtl m tad ensure better thnxAa
ts tbe display rrfjl of tbslr MtntlMginM
eiMs-tbellr better. OilW edition eow
Mil no te te vrnrtram tw to six hours mow thon
(ay ether BMrmiii parar, and it la very bU that
, Irish latellerdlora
tmtta.ic.nhm often beArd rf 'rWl UnJ'
lordhm, and Ihos of ttiem, who tuve len
Uouxhtapln Irel.nl know whet It It. The
Mil, la Irelan.L is held, mostly under nti
(Vom tli Crown, ct to hereditary title, by
limited number of pwprtotor. Tliees prorri
ton, wltt. tow .xcrpllons, do not reVlo perma
loaypot heir tales, athI speed but lit.lo
ef the Tut ium which they draw anuually
troe- their Untnte, la the lip of rent, In
,WorUef topeo-emerit and H tho eneourxjro-
mentor A-rVultur. Their .ncomos are jnl
in Brln Atxil l- gltl of London or tho pleat
if lh Continent.
Ibrona LettrmArrtae, by pnrchxs, or by
cri,rfnKrownKtfM. riany relate. ro owned l.y
ZnglieJ Companies aid nrnnUti of tlo English
artetorary. AH, howttcr, .-.oy claas of
monciIMAKFnU or factor, to miiriaso tbelr
estate, graduate ml collect tbclr rent. Tie
Agents again onvlry a cl. of men called Uiliffi,
wko carry out system of epnlnae orer tho
tenants, repotf their observation to the Agjonts,
and ot as W'bl 1 "i'o8 'ho crops or cat
tle of tenure who may not be prompt l.l the
payment f rent. 1, conwjnoRce U, tint
many Ar1" ml bailiff, by thuir ban-linen of
procedeior by their unfuelin,; exercise of power
to lnrrrfe their own pergonal galnii, provoke t
feelingn bitter bottlUty emonR tbe tenantry.
Iloncelbe eerarlan Crimea end tbe rourden
wMehare co freUcntly bf raided In tbo KneUab
rrinUto the dlrcrace of Ireland.
Al tbe tenanta, on mot rf the ea'atri, hold
tbaf farma from year to year, or at the will of
tlif landlord, American realera will r leriund
hrw complete li the davery to hleh thoee who
rillltate the noil In Ireland are reduced. Even
there leaaei are fjten, tbeM leasee are ao Ioall
with reetrlrtlona, that tbe agent or landlord can
find eomecauM to break them at any moment
the law, of course, ltnn all ORttlicr la furor of
the landlord. It It limply ruin to a tenant to
quarrel with bU landlord. Tbe one u weak, the
other la atrong, atd the lam are made by the
Tbooe remarks, explanatory of the chraeler of
Trfch landlordixra, liare been tufrgrated by a
atalement In tho newa by the ttcamer Indian,
to the effect that Lord DaRnr, latoly Prime
Miniiter of r.nland, U proorodlnu with the exe"
cut Ion of bit threat to clear bli l)on ettate In
Ireland of 111 lenarda. A ahort time ago,
rr order, of an aprarlan character, wai committed
upon Iird Dritni Irish est ale. Tho murderer
erraped, anil thoi w bo may hat bad LoowIikIk
of bU wliereaboutt refused to f(We any Infurma'
tton to the authorities. Ixird Urnnr then threat
nel that unltH the murderer wai clven np, or
tbe namoa of hU abrttora mealed, bo would
erbl every nun urou bla estate. The threat
produced no etTact, a, perhape, but a few were
in tbe ferret, aiidthey would not expxee them
aelreii aa an " Informer'' L", In IreUnd, the mott
odioua of charactrra.
Inf-moui aa It the crime of murder, no mat
ter bow great the firotoe.llon, no principle of
juntloeaanctlont the punl-hment of the Inno
cent wltb the nuilty. Lord De inv'a rourno It,
lndted, conlomnnd by tlie fvu of Knglan'l, at
well aa of Ireland ( but ii'i Auntrltn tyranny
xceoda that of lrlnh landlordism, In Ut Indiffer
ence lo public orlnbn, and Lord Urnnr will,
prolbly, malo an example of terror, fur the
benefit of bit clat-.
J. date I be Kttctrd.
Tim Judaea lo be elected In thin city and
county, at tbo app'oacbinn election, are a Judge
rf the Supreme Court, In place of Judge Koosk
Vkit; two udea of the Huperlnr Court, In
place of JuJuen Siwiit and Moichikk ; ono
judROif tliet'inirl of I'ommnii I'Uw, l'i plare
of Judje Dait, mid one judno of the Marine
Court, in pUoe if Ju Ijre Tiiomo. Ihene
gentlemen, luo ttnnse-plro on the list day
of DecfinU-r next, air, vltU exception tf Jude
Suxmoa, lteiiiirrat, and am nil I wlinj; to tholr
party for ro nomination and ro olctllon. The
Morart Halt ttcllnn havo, however, while re
endorking JuIrci MoNntiai and Dai.v, taken
up air. Wai. II. I.ROiAlili In place of Judge.
Tblt aclluul at il't leased a 'Me f ll.o older
membera of tbo pnriv.wto rcurd Judge Biiiik-V-IT
at an iirl(.lit ai.d w nelfnllo-a uian,
and a faithful jud cial otucerj and lliet are bibor
InR to n cute fur hiui the Tammany luoiliuiilou.
llut U U auil ll.t blf. UK"NAkii' name U on
thoTamman) 'slate," and lint Judgn lbinSK
ni.l't fririda cmnotrublt fl'. l'or Judge uf
tho .Superior Court, In p!.ue of Judgo Suiwow,
and for the Kanne t'i urt Judgeship, there U a
bot of luiOtratic ajjirant, of ery laricd de
grees of hi nets. The rtm'lJu'ei ou the Kojiuhll
cin tide, for these ju licutt olliecs, are, doubtless,
-a nuintrour, but the most fiord la the party
ti.ve not jctUen putd'nl) Indlca'.ot.
the Jlil IJneviUu le be Itev.Te.'.
Iiik (eopleof Kuiimi harautio.ltheC3niti
tution framed at Wyandotte, nnl an applivailnn
fof the wlmb-Ivn of Kansas into the I'jbn tin-
- derlhat Cenitltullon, ill l.e mlt to Cmresi
' on tbo opening of ill next he-i in, llut, by Ui
ttroauftbe "Fngliidi 11.11," providing fur tbo
conditional admi-ei in of Kiutoi, un lor the Le
compton Gnalitution, it was doclarcl, tluit
ahukld the pocpie of that Tenilory reject tbe
OOditldns projiosed by Congress, they should
not proceed to tho furnution of a new Sia'e Con
etlutlon, and tbe erection of a State Govern
ment unUl after it shall hw b-en ascertained
by a cenKtu t O.en under the auspices of the Fed
eral Uv'emaMint, Hit' the Territory contained a
population eqasl to, r greater than, the oxUt
ln( ratio of FoJera re-jres mtatlon In the House
The paopb. of Kansas -ejc ted the conditlenal
offiT of a4mlss;,n .!.. Union under the Le
eorapton Constitution, audwilhout awaiting the
taking of a census, tbey ka formed and rati
fied a new Constitution. Wlen, therefore, they
make appUca'loa for adinhudot under the Wyan
dotte Coutltutlon, tbe cjueitba will be raited
jH whether the reatrlontof the E-uutrt Com-
" protnlae BIU shall be lhered to aSDored. Con-
' - 1 r liatal In (liai aiat -a a .
ip-a, u-w-,, m, . .u J., -own out ut-
- tie respect for mere leglalath e comomlsei, ami
those fisronble to tbe early admltsl vf Kan
sas, In the next CongTeas, will hardlj consider
themaelrM bound by an Urilloua t i,lcli ap
pllca to Kansas a rule which wa. u apilioJ bj
the case of Oregon.
Mr.DIkltoa jU lb Wit) IXter.
A coHMou-usiiENf a baa taken place betwavi
Mr. rmu, of Washington, and ex-Senat
Biumaua, ttf tUaStaie, regarding the WlM
Bwjiu.t Ut-j. Mr. Tirana, In bU letter,
W1- -U Ut tnded Bir. Dicmiaoa
(alnst tt'gatUns.tlrt be approved of the pub-
S , Ur"' " - .cd Gov.
WNd writing It. la reply, Mr. D,CKmoi,
ae-Mer of tb WsTu been vieley ver-AeotWMSeeitraAfsItra-Utdttaeo-uiA.
m oadr xhiasni to pAHtosdar aaddl.
, -as enusa-eq m man e, sue wears a
-W bi. sua BU nnlJlM I
uev-waugnrespstforhlsm-uv. I "", . vY, ivAHr-aa-Li.
aaa mnees intwismty. TU pubhoa. I UremeaUee. vm., j. w rVKiam.
."r-r-l -.. wsa ouiraaa. I ax auttls fe... ,,,.. -
ansa salt er Lsertei-a - - .. - - . .. - w
I aoacnaa ura ises eonssqusnee to li I uw. T 7 . . . we t
kwsfs wtm M -euxwallv. I ii.i.. I ""ge. Jn frebt of to r.r i
lo Ifgaid (o a inejllun rogtrlli g Mr, rtrn.
t5soVrioio.tTetritorial uttter-, be alls:
Vpon my ev -t if II e qit. es U wWoh ti i call
my atvuthT, I ean on'i rt'.t T' ' '" ra public
eourw In ll. riite and ilxmLere. . re, I tnlok It
will te a-u,I dil not dlrrtrrJtherlfttof tue
Ctatea, nor the rltfl.t" of the peef 4t, li'-ir of preuerty.
0 Fatorday of last week, at ColcbetUr,
Conn., A complaint wai made aaint Mr.
WaKK3 Lr.LAirD, of this city, charging him
wtthconsplrtngwih Bamum. Jont, the de
fanltlnRraiiiUeroftbelateColcliMter Bank, for
the purpce of defrauding that Intlllutlon.
lb. complaint was made at the UttlgtUonof
tbr defaulter himself. Mr. T.rt.An. It seems,
as atinee of J..-M f Wiimii. J" bis
hand certain eiMla which he holds for the ben
efit of JonaVe iredjtors. These aswU JoM
demanded of f.rrimn, who, of eonrse, ref'iaed to
trtie them up, ho'ding them, aa be dil, In tratt
fnr mharnartteti and therminon Jos r.t made
application to a justice of the Peace In Col
elioiar. and rmraileil nnrn hire to enter this
complaint against Mr. Ln.AKii. tlnnialorable
excitement has grown out of this affair at Col
chester and vUinity, as I' lalonkeil upon at
ftr'JM) aiien.pl at biaca-mauing on ina part oi
J OHM. '
TiiKSuthw'it'ieeof Cleveland, Ohio, have In
troducod the chain gang fur the punishment of
Tbe Ncwu by Tolcgfaplu
KagntK T'tfrrapk OJIeu, S't. 4 roll ttrut ani
S'tor Unut, null n(rane.
Fntther freae Oailfeialev Neaater Breder
SI. limit. Oct. 11. The overland mall of tbe
11th u t., srrtved In tutu city Urt evening.
Try 8n Fiannlaoo iap.rof tliat dar give a long
sec unt f the futierat of S 'iiatr Heooaaior, which
tuck placeou the afUrucw.u of the tHlh. Tbe remains
wort pillowed t tbe grave by about 1.000 perennt on
foot, firming, vltb the Innrf line of oertiAgrs, the
largf ft ar.d mt impreailvn iiroeeeston ever wltnets
ed In Baa t'rancliion. Tbe etmtU were deaaety
Uiroiigeil, srdtbe buildtngt along tbs Ho ef the pr
erssli ti all dradlu mourning, a fuiirtral oration
aa delivered over tin remain, by UoU K. O. Hints.
AhdeetUn nt fblleV-Plre.
BiHtim, OciJxr 1. In Dover. IT. II., on Sat
nrdsy nlcbt, I). J. Faail furoibly aliducttd his
danghU r, aUrfit sis yearn old, from her mother, with
whom tl e cl IM was living by older of tbt Court, t'i
initio bavli.g beeu divorced. Mr. (assm w
armtd with a Arbi and ec(l bi a earriag. Buusj
tbe flivorce Iki Las resided lu Mew York. A reward
of t I'M W . rTered fur his arrest.
Tue sli-tity britk building In Iferrinise strwt,
oipoelU tbe ataine llallroad Let, oeoiintwl by W.
K. C'snous, malmgiuiy deaVr, was nearly dertroyed
by f re laet nlgM. A Urge u lautlty of luahogany
ami rrw.i Iminoit. The 1 ms la eetluiatod at
10,0()0. linn rest
The Ftl basiere ffeiae Newa, drr.
A'rw Ortcani, 0 1. 11. It Is reported that Col
lector IVati if has dlMovneed a aei rut rooeptaote la
the hi M of tie stoamahlp l'Mlaiklild, ooutatnlng
buv(of mmke's, which It la supneedare tJ be
tiiptdat New York.
tbe Austin )uU ssystbst the Camanehes ant
other tiibm of ludlana are plannlog a grand expedi
tion agalnut the northern frontier of Texae.
A'rw Orltmi, (Vf. 10. Advices from Mexico
rlatettat Viasmoia Is .rejrugfor a vb(or.Miii cm-
(.at reot-lved munitions fniei New York
a.ini. and Inrtetent u.e imri m a varaau. ai.Tun
Aem Atoms, (W. 10. Advices from Califor
da, by tbe TebnaiiUrio route, rimeent tlie niiiiiog
iiews as fav irable.
1L. Amerieana were rwarlnu f a permaneiit
oecuj atii u ut the la and of San Juan.
Aijulit,(M. 11. Bnowa'a majority for Gov
eruor of Utorgia U 80.000
Vieiiii, fM. 11 The Charter Election to
day, In the eialn, paused on qiUetlr, with a little
0I.LnB the rhJls In (Ji outtr Wards. It It the
largeet s4e ever pilled at a ohattnr ekctloo.
'1 he returns ooine in alowly, but the probability la,
U st Mosbs Bioxiw, Iiemnerat, la elected Mayor by
a suiall majority. Tbe Oppuaitton carry the reiesiu
tier of the city ticket, and will have a majority of the
lfcard of Aldorroen.
Te Yellew Fever.
Cfbrr. fion, Oct. 'A. The Owrter's special Hew
Orleans oorrospondunt, save tbe yell iw Uver la In
creasing st Uuuston, but there era noeawsst lial
venloiu 'riierv ware nlue casus la tbe nor pUals of
New Orleans last txk.
rhiUiiihhia, Oct, 11, Tbe election la tbe
1 1 till ta,
t.f ir c
rlty paiwc.f off quietly. Tlie vote was light, and
little inti reel aKired to be msavfoetad. The re
tiiriiH f re m itbit paitsof the State are vry nkagrt,
but tbl s fsr Indicate gsins for the Ojtpo tlon.
Tun () or Malta 1'ARAr.n. Last nilit
oocuired tho first public pared.) of tl.it order lu the
city of Now Yorlf, athough su ih have Ken n t an
miooinrmiuocoutrijiico recently, in soino of tbo Isod
Irg cltiw if tl.e West. Tbe Oidor csni here from
tbe EarL It Is said to lie oocvel altb Masonry, aud
tobarsbadibtoilgiii in Ivji't. Iudecd, there ate
n. .t v.ai.Utg those who assert tbat the cereio-mlos it
the Sons of Malt sre but those eaered uiystdrtos of
the Muwiiio Tcuiple, whleb. It In well known, are
luourntd aa forever lost by the members of that
ftatvrnlty. the rojstlij brotherhood of tlie B ius of
Malts Its an etlstonre lathis oit) dstlng b.ck, ss
anOtdoi.n d I'l'tt to years, tbtiy uf itt r't e
liaveioeu praeivu.i wire, uow.yer, ever siaoa tue
tin.eiP.TUaEatreaixaui tie Uaer o.
" ' "v"
1 lt..t..l. I
O'd 1'tTix hiuisiilf, it Is well known, was legU'y tho
O. K. J A. uf fie Dutch Colonies In North Amer
ica, forniuny jesii, In spite of tbe loss of his leg,
ahlih nuJeudh.ui loaceitolu ettent Inespab'e of
lr forming the arduous duties rtln.n? t J the ofnos.
llie mlsfoit ins reudcilughlui h e'lslb'a , ho wss txi
tt olecteel, a couitorj wuloh would otheiwlse liars
Um esUncd t hiuu lis iws the-') refused, hew.
ever, to givu op to Ms successor, the regslia and
oi king bls of tbo notion, to v.bMi ho hat firm.nl
a strnug aH.ni mi i.t. Hn inuih respect wnt shoan
the sturdy o'd DnUhiuati, by ta.") high lu the O.iW,
tttt noMUioit at umlotic sroshlm In I'aJ lust
ier, and hbti ry li.foiuie us tbat all the Inslgula of I Is
. flics viro burled v.lt.i l.lm. TlieHatternniiarnstosof
tlie I'mt n.lt) beiulug la u.lnd this ivbel'lou of Xi Ir
cai'y reptesi ola'i c in Ann ilea, l.tro uttud.ly rf. J.'d
to grant wiullig ihaiters t.i tblWt eounty, t'l
about i igl t ycart ugo. WtirnCa,it Jlall LtoMaii
leiUd the Woild's 1'alr, in London, la 161, be mt te
strenuous tOuits b pioouie A rcvocstlou of the prolil
blUm egslmt the reitontlon of the Ordor lathi,
country. He watpaitlally suocesstul, and wot ap
pointed O. li. J. A. for the United States of Arusrt
ca,wnhths privPeere of re-eteb!lslib-tif the Strcd
Mysteries hue nrtir a 'apse of seven yei-s. Us has
done a ., aud In the 1 .credibly short t Xce of Icsstbau
wo)iars tbsUilr has couipiehoi.dod more t'-an
Wherever the Sons of Malta are known tbey are
eUatlngulfhrdfortPcli deeds of charity aud lovo. It
la recorded that lu at tbo clths of F.arope la plug us
peetl'euor, au J fan hie, tley have hwu ever fMuioit
In tho good work of relief. During their sluilt exist
once In this country, they have won a sluiUar reputa
tion (or similar philanthropy. Ad their public
pamdae and proeiesslons took place after sunset, and
generally at midnight, typical of the quietness of
tbelr deals of charity, which we aU performed In
atilot accordance with the modern Injunction, that
aluis must not be doue to be seen of men. Tho pro
cession uf last night waa In honor of tbe festival Of
lbs BVtu Cardinals, which occurs but once In the.
teen jeers, the nsit uns being In 111.
At an early hour in the evening a Urge crowd begu
to assemble In and sruetnd tbe building No, Sit Broad
way, whcie I-io ratila Lodge No. 1 bo'.d tliulr meet
ings. CiuutuaueUis rtt.j .uUi.t lu gold laoe, criat
fw selvtt ami siangles, aid with shuwy hsad ev.
erint's, hunk d hither and tlulher, gtilng directions
about the affair. In an upper story of tbe bul'dlng,
waa the lodge room Into which none were kdmlttcal
but membera, and hi this sanctum tbe preperaUune
for the carnival were going on. Tho Lodges which
vote to Jotu with the Pro Tatrla la tbs piuoeanuon,
w the Mercantile Lodi of Brooklyn, the Boot
Blg.um Lodge uf this city, and the Crusaders Lo'ge
of Ntr Jeteey, The officers eipoiuted to proatde
were, hiprewe Grand Commaudtr, Axraan A. rit
uve i Ths Grand Ces-ojuaader, liranis 1L Daru I
Supreme trmd ChaaoeUor, TnoaiAa J. Meirori
Q rand Marshal
.roova4on V A the
of mea, fcnilug a af.CoMUIIji grf of heeacgt
nsxt nan,. .ban4ofdrWM-t,-MnMsttor,
". hk, twntta Uspll0fitrlMtowhM5l
the march was aowoinlleaedi thee, wen fcOowedbr
gh a 'eir 'sa ) "ny of tbe 8e4 Cii-n-i
" vite, mved as a b .'d eruttsr. Ad wsr
h.W 'is. snd wltb tlie vor rnewsdf? t.ur MitM.
taocrs, eoUri"ioluly re roe snd trU.a. Atr
all these gal' attired oncers hadptsstd, csme th4
rank a .d le.'. Two long Bls of fgnres moving
wide art one lie olsd in gowns and oowU of b!ark(
and the other la gwnt andeowlaef white, giving
them an nnrartbty appearance.
Horns of tho gowned and oowted figures wore the
Ms'kie cross. It being painted white on the blaek
gowns, and red on the whits ones. After a long pro"
ctwdua of these monks, name a figure representing
Death, mpptated on either side by a whits and b'ack
ejJilt. Irath was a rather uoder abed Individual!
clad In black muslin, on which were pall .ted while
streaks, to retiresn.1 a skeleton. After the S'lpposed
skeleton, oame the myetlo volume, an Immense bunk'
tort a on a platform en the shoulders of six men,
dial behind the volume, came a ltrge chest,
also oarrkd on the shoulders of six men, and
guarded on either side by mailed knights, carrying
lances and percussion lock rauskets. After theet
knights came a lung hue of monks, tbe end of tkt
show constating of a gang of boys, self constituted
members of the Order, who, with their Coats' torusd
naide out, handke'Chlefa for cowls, and white paper
enswea on their breasts, paused muster very well ae
cadets of the noble order. The procession moved
slowly down Broadway k I'ut.o, up Nassau to
Chattam, up CI aUiam and B- wery, through Grand
to Itmadway, and up Broadway te tkt Wssniiaim
Monument, where they arrived at a very late hoi',
and terfortned a uumlxr of curlout anl amuahig
Kxrvrr Einivui't AmciAnox. This at-
sedation met last evening. The rrsitdeut, Pmixir
W. Ksoa, stated that the meetlug had boon called fur
thepurpeiseofellspesiusgof anlavttatioa from Chief
Crglneer llowsao, tn tiailklteln the annual 1
rade of the Firemen, tLat ht had asked whether car
riages would be provided for the infirm members of
tlie association, and had been told that none would
he provided, hut hal since len Informed that they
would lie protl led, bereutiu tbe association acoej
cd the invitation, and adjourned.
Kifk 15 rmM. SfRKKT. The Soventh Dlt-
f trlct alarm at about ten oVI.Kk bvrt stoning, was
'iitd by the dlsoovery of a Are In tlit cellar of tbe
grocery store No. Peart strevl, neeii4ed by
ItraeiAMM A Oinlil. The Bremen, alle.1 by the
jiollce of the fth Irecinct, eJtlnguliOied the II sows.
Iainage to stock about (SO, and Insured In the I'eo
i.Us Ininiranoe Cn any. The fire was ce'ised by
the accidental nrwettuig of a candle In the hands of
a ixuson drawing a I el of water.
PrurHfir CAnsiH Jomah L. Down. On
Mondsy evening, Cayt. Joaisn L. llowss, Oeneral
Agent of the Ibard of Underwriters, died of paralysta,
atthenelJeneeof his brother-in-law, No. 125 Allen
street. The deceased was a bachelor, 45 years of age.
Ilia father was a New York ahJisnaster, Joaim adopt
ing bis pn foaston, for many years, commanded pack
ets sailing between tils isrt aud Liverpool, for
eme years pant ho has been General Agent of tbe
Board uf t'ndsrwriters, aud In Hist capacity has bean
distinguished for great courage and Intrepidity .hi
sating life end projieity front shipwrecked vessels on
the oeaet. lie was a sturdy, honest sailor, and a
warm-licarted man, beloved and reaiiectod by all whe
knew him. Ills funeral will take place at o'clock
tti's rooming, frm No. lift Allen street; the body
tody will W Interred In the fsrully burial ground in
Er-Aiu no Exianmoa. A sparring exhibi
tion tor thabeneflt of Jewwirv MOHionAScameoltst
llsasT JtHswoe, No. It White street, laat eteuilng.
Tbe laO, whleat baa undergone and U undergoing
soene lmproveiawnta, was crowded, and a lively Inter
eet iu the exhibition was manifested by the audience.
During tho evening sets to ooourred between Dan
Ksaamia and Mcasie LaoaAsn; Matt Cacsanin.
acd Tit lvrej Little "lubsy," of Cauada, aud the
"Jersey Fit," aad a final whul up between Joaast
lt.Aiw and MoNAuniN. Doth uf the latter men spar
red wJI,MoiOUAK, If anytblag,the beet; snd though
very loueb out uf order and trainlcg, made annul
hard bits, well put In. A number of email sets to
between younger champions of the ring occurred.
Cats or rtuutor Ohueisiiohk. Meniorbtit to
tlie House of Inshore are In circulation, slgued by
the IsH; of both partite In the EpfsoojeJ Church,
that, waivbig all other questions oonneetsd with the
suspension and restoration of BUhnp Biisjauis T.
Owtmnoaa, the members of the PruteMtaut Episcopal
Church In tbe Diootae of New York d-ci.ly feel that
tbepis'ttonof the suiqended lash op Is such In this
community, aud tbat hut rsisUiuce for so many
years in denying the Justice of his senteuoe, 0s o
shaken the confidence of many membera uf the
Chunk, th.t under no rtrcum'tinces can ho ruiuu
any JunsdicUon In this IHueese, or tho siercl-s of
any rpbioniial funrtlous, to the bnnnony and cdll
rntlon of the Church or tlie glory of Christ. They
thciefure prey tlie Ilouse of Bishops tln.1 tlie sen
tence f simiienslen be not reniond, uutll Blhop
OHDtunONK ahall hsvs resigned his Jurisdkt.on of the
Dlocoso of New York.
MOIAKT A.FJM1ILT NllMINATtOts. Ijllt
evening tlie Mosart Hall aectiou of the leuio3rasy
placed in niauioatlun tlie following caad .dates t
Mh dUlii.t John J. KolJj. 9th duilrlct J.oite
F. Dunn. li'Ji elletilct Wra. Ons.
Fawkk's ErKAit l'utw lis FrBUP Exnini-
note UK H okh. lestordsv morning at 10
i i0i,Km ooforju,,, to iirvtious a'uiouu.niueat. ths
steam p'uw was fxintl at llaiul ton Park, cirncr Oelili
rtn tsi'l 8d aisi.uri,la excellent order for tried.
The lose blue U liendaomely palntd and well takou
care of i Is called the u Lancaster," and is mt le by a
Philadelphia flrtu of machhilits, while Mr. 1'aaana
bin.sulf is a natlvo of Clirhtlaua, Ta. But tarmgh
tbo lurcntlou Lails fre'ra the beat Dutch loca
tion lu ths country, a spet too, where ejrl
rultuie la rhspt better nnderatooj than any
other t there Is ni thing Dutch about tho actions
e'ftliisnnw hoti-d locomotive. At t'.e moment ad.
veitiied, Mr. t'A wars took tbe lt of UigUieer, a
finnisn nirs Med to his box, tho whhflts gave a sharp
YonVee scneeh, aud tliu locooiobvo wbbiked aruuud,
aid tlaited off with a speed vliic'a the ciowd ut
s ectktoni were ut J rpured for. Indued, ma ly uf
tl tiu had to run before the tiack war e'evre I.
Before this, tbo engine bsJ Iwen si qidetly feeling
fuim avi.Ur trough nearby, tl.at skcpttchtui bad been
In th; ssceudsnt,but suih suddeu aetiilty quloklput
It to flight, and left a fevurablo Impression with
e'l the b) iteiidcrs. They weie luado believers forth
with. Tlie niacblno no turnl within Ut own
length, and gasped it way with rraly alaority up to
the iluws. Thoso were light in number ,lied abreast
of each other, but on a slanting Una, and following
Immediately in the wake of the locomotive. The
4ows wen attached,andat the word "go" they sunk
li.to tlie eaith, and ooinnieneed throwing aside the
tunghands, with aa much ease a the North Elver
steamei a do tbe water. The cut of each sod waa ex
ceedingly regn'ar, tbe elepth uniform, and each
furrow's earth waa exactly reversed on ton of
the one alongside. The locomotive proceeded
about one hundred yards, at the rate of six miles
an hour, then raised the plows about six feet In the
air, (Hkt a peetler's pack swung from a pole, across
the shoulder,) and nler gotrg up at Inollne of about
thirty degrees, scampered oil on an excursion one
alds hill. Iters It maneuvered around with perfect
eaee, eiceuJel the hill, descended another, played
clroua among the spectators, ran back to Its starting
point, and dropped Its plows Into the earth again.
Another pull of a hundred yards, and the show waa
dona for that hour, after which it waa repeated du
ring the day.
The plow and Its appurtenances resumble the ordi
nary locomotive, the hinder end running upon a large
wood eoakd drum tast-ad of the ordinary driving
wheuue. As a mad engine It beats everything we
bare hltbeiW witusssed, whllt as a eteituplow the
most luvklksat auust pronounce It a sucoesa. In the
hands of enterprurlug burners aad ujion large farms
It rnuit be Imineneoly tnwful, and the owners of such
uiechlcee out West will reap handsome profits In the
spring season, by plowing, under contract, for farm
era The attendance yesterday was not as large as
w Bibs the case when the fact of It working exhibi
tion becumet known.
F.m Railroad CoxPAirr. At the election
yesterday, the following directors were ehoaea I
Biurn-Maasa, rusis-. Daaw, Drntav 8. Gieoo
bv, Joma AaxoT, of eJniirei Wiixuu B. eeUuMone,
llasmss UBLKiur, aUirw gun, U.A. CoseneAS,
Aamaoss 8. Mirasav.of (loshen WiuJiu Evakw, of
KngUndl aaoaaa T. Goaa, Koaan 1L Bsaoaix,
Wnuaat F. Srtan, of Kngtandi Natmuerax, MAasa,
3.0.9. lUWB, Utaeav nassxam, Uawxf U Fiaesos.
DUTT0'l PaALOB OrMAa. Mr. Md Mn,
lMTTe from fwh, are giving avieotjoat of rarler
Cpani, at Ik f rawfc theatre, In aroadway, oppoalt
thIeV-4wVMPel. TUgeveiUng, "Never lodge
y Jiesjliineir U rssreeweaeV.wtioh ahouadl la
risen if sllfir t -. merefcverlte with oew
eteranerTwAWtU-tAt.itM $ jftA Jj
ttrrpedwltb fenlgn approval tt tbo Aealemynf
Music, tl tviiCiwdas with a lauglaVe tera i D a
tnocd Cut Iiiaenotd."
CnAwrte.i llowiva Bacb. The great race
between champion Mailer, came off at NtutUnt nail
f eatereUy, for a prise ef 1 100 to money and the chatn
Uon'abelt. The States, Island Ferry Company ran
koata every half hoar, from the rent of Whitehall
street te RaotJoe Hell, and at the hour appointed (or
the eoinuieiics)nient.of the raoe,not lees than four
thonaanel people Haed the shores. Utindrt lsof batf
Of sll ehapea and atse rocked Idly In the river, aa.t.
tog the exciting event of tho day, and ths long sloping
snore in ironi or the ban, groups closely c.ait'.isl
here and there while the "evsrlastng doTUr" fre-
0,'x-ntJy heard above the din of voices, showed that
U.S betting bad began In earnet. Far appeared to be
the favorite, but Daw waa becked against the field at
10 to 15. At a few minutes before four o'clock, the
JudgfS went to their boat, and the contestant were
drawn npbefm them. Tbt entries were, J. Wain,
rowing the "Msjnr Moitm " A. Far, rowing the " t.
Jeson t T. Daw, rowing the "Brooklyn Bjy .'
J. llavoow, unnamed.
Tbe names of the Judges vrereUol. R Tours m,
T. Wuirt, J. Lis, J. Wnrra, F. Mcxrnr, J. Don
Ktxr, C MA' xtr aad II. Dti'iii rrr. The Invtrat
tlons given were to sta't at the word go, row ts tht
take best anchored tX mlial below, opposite Fet
Richmond, turn H end fiOm the shore anl baok to
the Judge boat, making a race of Ave miloa. When
drawn up awaiting the word whleb wss given by
Col. Tovrxf, ths order of tht mn ss they est bent
Cirwartl, and trembling wit txdtiment was, Daw
Inside, IlAsnon soond, Fsr third aid Wato fourth.
An excvllent start wa obtained, an I the boats allot
rafiidly away amid the lout applause of the Immense
multitude. As fsr as tbey oould btae-u, Dtw wai
hugging the ahore aud rtdlrg well ahead. Wsao
was stntihlog far out, while Far end liAJscon kept
close together and seetuugly abuut vnip and tuck."
The Interval between their elcpeiture and ret ira was
di voted to betting and cor versallon, anil at length
the rowers wen seen In the disUnoe returning very
swiftly. Waao evldmtly wss fsr In the luad, ant
aa be noared the J'idges boat, louu led to gracefully
several lengths In edvsnce ut Far, who came In aoc
ondi nt a t came Da w, and last of all, lUnoos ea New
Loud api4aus grested Waao ae he csme In, and
no oittipljilnU of fouUng were mado, hut aJ agreod on
Its having been a pcifoct'y fair race.
When Daw came home he attempted to enter the
Judge boat, for the purpose of obtaining hut clothes,
but In so doing full Into the water, lie wss easily
rescued however. Daw ssys H Wstn dld'ut row at
all till we got t the stake boat; be Just kept np easy,
and then when he saw all us full rs wet played out,
be Just rowed away from us." Kieel'ent order was
prrerrved, both on shore and on the wattr. The lat
ter, thanks to ths cnVloin'uf tlie crewt Kivt
and 4 Ilarlieir Police boats, which, under the msnsge
taent uf Coxswains Hoist and NttuiTT, were pre
sent. Tbe time, as announced by tbo Judges, after
tho race, was 5 minutes and 10 second. Bvat that,
who can, and take tbe belt I
In BALL, Black & Co'i win.low, on Broadway,
are now displayed the followlog tomi ting rnorrsau,
purchased at the sale of Btoutit sffects la Farts,
and consigned t the abevensmed firm for dls,KieaI
In this country. First, there is a niegnlScent dress
ing case of ebony, richly inlaid, and fully fundi had
w ltd all the appliances for the fema'e toilet. The va
rious ooiitonts, are made of platlna, Inlaid with sil
ver, and engraved to depict scenes In Mosciw. This
lathe product of Ruaalaa skid. I'rlooe clotrsuei.
norr was the eh nor, and three th intend Lil!trs la
the estimated cost of the dressb.g ca a. Its pries
nowls.LM0. Then there le a giblet, made of oxi
dised silver, also tht gift uf the TrlncO. Tula can be
bad for $200. Trlnoess MatoiuX" presents 1 1 Ra
uin. must have been worth accepting, tiers Is a
diamond tormg one of her gifts, which U composed
ex slsesble brilliants, peer sbsped and otherwise, and
valued at $5 50. Loots Ntrota-m contributed
snuff box, of the mnet costly mat trials and workman
atlii. .Tlie box Is of solid gold, richly chsiod, and
omsmenbd with a diamond " spread eajle,"ui taJ
Initial N." In brilliants. , 500 It its price.
A ruu-T alien led meeting of tbe Democratic
State Committee, was held yeaterdsy, at tbo S L Nich
olas n.ol. All the oandklatee for State oBjoi were
piswr, with a large number of prominent Demo
crats from different parts of the State. The greatest
eonSdenee waa expressed in ths success of tbs whole
ticket, and vigorous measures wore adopt xl for
pushing the canvass with spirit.
The Revenue cutter, "Harriet I.ane," was, at
mon yesterday, sent to the rescue of the steaioihlp
"Quaker City," provided amply wltli la-gs haviiers,
oal, eupiillts, Ae.
Thk Annual Fair uf the Koman Cstholle
Asylum ooniraenord yeetenlay afternoiMi, at the
Academy of Music. Tbe atteud uica uumborwl pro
bably two thouaaud la tlie a'ainioou: the perform
aucee conimunoed with a ooiuetly, fullowed by Woou's
Miu'trekt. Iu the evening roniajitlo dramas, come
dies and ntorulne, were rendered. The recoljita
yesterday were probably $1,500,
Tim tailing dayi of the llamburg American
Tacket Comiany stcamois hare beea ohaugoi at
follow' Fmm lltuiburg', llciiinionU,lt. Lit, Max.
oiu-H Oct. lMh) UoiussU, Nov. 1st: Teutjnla, Dec.
1st. From 8oulheai t nts llainmonla, O.'L 4th; foix
emla,Oet lstli Ilomssla, Nov. 4th; Tuutonla, Hjc.
4th. From New Yoiki To'itouia, Out. 1Mb; Ha.u
nioija, Niv. 1st, Saxoula, N iv, 1Mb; Uraarfle, Dm.
let; TuU.nla,J- tsl, 1100.
Ilia " Sixteenth Ward Volunteori," SO niut
keto, Cspt. MiisiatinAixoouxx, -eut t) Weohs.iksa
on Monday last on a target excund m.
CoLortgn rata are growing in fa?or wltb tho
sjiortlug frateiuity. Over 1 000, of different colors,
are spoiling to dsy at a rat nurse-y tn Myrt'e Ave
tue, Brooklyu, betweeu Walworth anl Spencer sts.,
but to nlgbt, half of them aie to be laid low at ths
rat pit, ti Wblts st. Terrier atteud U thUr ctsj.
Iau, Aooldeae, Ace.
1'atsi. AdiUKNr At tux, Si.irrovAr. Duok,
Oi Mas Khd-.d amiSlvkiial Imji'bkh.
On TursJay aftorniHin, a uuiuhor of meu wore en
gaged in palntiug ths toctloual Dock, betweon Pik
an 1 P.utgora Slip, llut Kivsi, wheu a soallold, upju
wuU.li they wor ttsudlng, gxve wty and they wire
precipitated to the ground, and fell amongst a pile of
et. ne and rubbish, aud Lion aid llaixxa, one of them,
who resided at JH Seoonl ttrrct, waa instantly
killed. Ulnar R. Msjuuit, was fatally la lured, aad
was conveyed to tho New York Uoopitl. Wuxiam U.
Rosiarseis uf 40 Fursyth street, wss dangerously to.
luied, and Jsasa Tavte. of No. 3f Water street,
escaiied with slight injuries. Tho wounded were at
tended by physicians, and Coroner Jac'aaaa will hold
aa laquokl upon the body of IIauxb, to-day.
Tin Latb MoRtiuoct Amaolt. Coroner
jAcxauui proceoJsd to the New York lioanltal yes-
ter4ay, for tb purpose of holding an aai
lay, lor tne purpose oi nrsiiing an aai saerietn
eistnlnaUou In the rate or donkib MoUihit, tb
man who wee dangerously stabbed oa Monday by
Joum films. kseier of a groggwr at No. HI Fell
street. The evidence showed that htcllaaar wat In
the habit of calling at tlie house and frequently using
very abusive language to Axisune and his wife. On
Monday night, about 10 o eloek, be sal led, and, find
tog sou companions there, treeted them to liquor.
Kuuan waa absent at tb time, but returned before
Mot sit st had left, and ordered him to clear out.
MolLxnir waa very alow to his movements, and Kai
HA forced him out. Mcllxsar tueu seised brick
and threw it through tbe window at Kuuan.
Tbe latter then solas 1 a weight from his coun
ter and hurled It at MjUsnbt, who retaliated
by throwing brick at bun. Finally, Kxitfone look
bis gun, with Hied bayonet, aud pursued Mo Has at
around several carts that were near tbe door. Me
llnwxx fell, and hla pursuer came up with him and
stabbed him sever times with ths bayonet. The
Cilice were Boon notified, and the wounded soan waa
ken to a drug store at No. ( Bowery, and thence to
tbe llosplul. Kaiaaa'e secreted himself during the
night, but tbe following ma-ning gave himself up
to Cspt. DowLMO, of tbe Cih Ward poUoe. The Ju
ry on lbs above testimony, roudeied a vsrdlct t'lhat
Damm MolleaxT oame to hit wounding by a sword
in ths bands of Joes Ksiaiss,on tbs 10th day of
October, lbwD, aud further, we rogird the violence
ou his part a unjustifiable." Oa tb rendition of
tb verdVt Kiimas wa committed to the Tonib la
default of i'.uooUu.
Found Dfowkid. The body of Capt. Qio,
W. Jaxvis, late of the eloop Orpsey, who was
drowned, about two week ago, at tb foot of Sik
street, N. B., was yeaterdsy reroverel near the foot
of 4M etrect, and Coroner Jocnaa held aa Inquest
upon it, A gold watch and f JO were found la th
pockets of deceased. Avenliot of aooidentel droeq.
tng" wa renetared.
The dead body of a child, about three month old,
waa found yesterday, to a box, la tbe dock, foot hist
L, N. A., aad an luquest will be bald apon tt to-day.
Fotran Dad ut BaDj-aorinA Kanxa, aa
KngUsh woman, S8 year of age, wa txtod (lead yea
terday, tn bar bed, at No. 1 Ooertok atieet. Aa
InxjuMt wU be held apou the boety te-day
hwAJtitm Aautnvr Uto yjathv-aO
Monday arexdag, a servant gtri aanvadntwwia I ;
aatsTwa walking open - t " ehj J
tstavmwdjwfBwiea, who th r haw Aevwm n4
raveasdberpereAo. Tbeytb weat eA eaAeooa
i ,t.ri VA-W) All Jttifeiw lM otaftge, STNT
wl leb sl-e was 'st lying upon tV grotiad,-wtt a P
tlnrmsn foutd her aad loek her to ins Sutea UoeuM.
Besrch was mads lor the mlserrsnta, snd a Mmu
i.sa.edTaos. Cli.r.e, ttlng at No. tl Wb.tsnall
stnsit, wss arie.te.1, and rooogruscd byberaioeof
them, lie pj aJel rxtgiil"y, bert wss looked op by
Justice ConnoLi f, for trlah The oncurrwoce took
rises tt about htlf past nlat o'clock la the evening.
The girl we out of a situation, and having no money
tit procure a lodging, was wandering about tbe Bat
tery. Ciiaroc or Rami. Oko. Vaba; wai arrest
ed on 1 ursdsy, cl argad wltb rape upuu tee irrm
of Mr. Bsaastt Waieoonx, at the lager braloon
e.f OmtviAS L'asssijt, No. Ml We.t 91th street
The accused was bnsig) I bofore Justice Ksxlt, and
bald to bail In MOO to a vwer the charge,
frrAnntsft ArriiAT. A quarrel took pltce on
Mrrvlay n'ght a a house In 40tn street, near tb Av ,
tttween two women ami Mix iloao, a ihseinskw.
1 ias x MiXakio Interfered, and they dnsily g A
to flghttng thamselvea. Iloao seUed a knife aad
stabbed his anta.rotilit three times In the sids and
ebeirmen, InCictiiig elsnjen.us wounela. O thsn
secreted tlmsotf, but wss subsequently arrestoet, and
Justice Kxu.1 lacked blra np, MoCAsKf) wa at
tended by Dr. Waits.
Cn ariir ct Fbact,, One Eli Oorirmrr was
emoted on Teesdav, ebarged wttx defrauling
AroLrii kactb, or ni. ea unatDem stnev, oy seuing
him adoren brass ling, worth two or tares dollaw,
for to'd, for wt. Ich Rstvo paid 1 1.1. The aa'e, as a'
leged, waa maris Ly sample, and the sample was gild.
The accused waa locked up by Justice Cossollv to
CARRTtsra A Si no Shot. Crrn STArDt.o
Tow, a German, reatoin at No, IM llr Tiwt-h street,
w aa arrested on Tuesday, el.ergwl wgh carrying a
slung shot, In violattesieiflaw. lie was taken before
Juatiue CosneotAT and committed tor trial.
Asnrxr om Sospiciow. Abdrew and Wil
liam Crms were arrested yseMsy by the Police,
ou a charge ct being eonnerned la the .bUy of the
Jewelry .tore of B. L. Hoon, No. 41 Stale street, AJ.
Iny, of $30,000 woith of goods, on Thursday Uvrt.
Itewrd ef Rejperrteers.
Thlt Hoard met jetterday afternoon, Mr.
Ftrkbt in the Chair.
A communication wat received from tro Corap
tmller, lielng the qoaiterly report uf elatint egata-l
tbe Oiunty Aeidisov, and p.Ll duitng tte tulrd quar
ter of tbe fiscal year, ending Be, til. The t ital ex.
peiullturea L tlie three months wire ftl.VnaM.
Tliere ut also apisiLcbsl a ieHirt uf tbo expenditures
for the six nw tittix previous, amoantlng to $ I 01 All 9
t. Tola fie- tbe ulse months, 11.110 183 61.
Arotber cifimunlcatlon waa received freen the
Csriptro.er, trsms.trittlog a statement of rociipts,
appni)iriattens. eveuUuree aud loans, on account
of the lhrdof Sujcrvisure for the nine muutha,
whh niioiber it warrants outstanding. IIAU docu
ments were ordered printed oa the nilauUat, at wed
as In penif.hUt.
Mr. Franv presented a resolution, directing the
County Cleik to furnish the Koglttraio with anore
ctal c.iy of the newly formed elecilon dlstrlcti.
TLe Police Commissioner sent in a oomrrrunlca
tloa, i tatlng that nn apprnprlatlnn of 940 eras needed
for lepairhig tiailrt-bi.Kee bef.ee election, a'iet thai
SbO new ballut-noxee were required In the new tlee
tiein districts Referred to Coouuittee on Criminal
Courts and Police.
On motlnu of Mr. KvtrinrhT. the Board ttrneeedsd
tobalh t for tao nea-sparers,uf differeut rmlltlcs, to
publish tLo to salon laws.
liallot stood as fol-
lows CcHrlVr and t'nquirrr ,) Honk 3, Pott 1,
and Da.X'j Xi v 1. Tbe Conritr and Day Uouk were
tnerviore cuciaua eeiexieei.
Mr. KKNxl.T addressed the Roan! on te power
of tlie Hoard to fill vacancle In the Board of Regte-
Mr. Tws m moved to meet on Saturlsy, at t F. M.,
to e.siMer tte subject, and take suck action as
would te necessary In case of va-anetes.
Aftsraome routine biiatnesa, tbe Board adjourned
Tee Tea fleveraor.
At the meeting; of llie Hoard last evecinK, Mr.
II. B. Ilosre eent la a communication, propos og te
supply Bellevii llorii'tsl with w.md gas, at ths rat
of k lie for 1.000 feet. Keferrcd to Commutes ou
IWUevue tlospitab Fermlieikin was granted to seve
ral Are companies, now the guettt of tie lire Depart
ment, ti vlalt tbe iioittutwn. Mr. U. F. Fisoanr
moved to direct the Warden of the Lunula Asylum
Immediately tortoiton the nocurrenetof tbe eta
Instant, wbioh he had neglected to do. The Govern
ors highly csnsured tbe negllgsnos of tlist orf claL
Caitli. The number of inmatee In the tnaiitutiooa,
under the care e the (Jovercoire, amouated to T. 113.
Jlvpfrt J. OvArrme r. TAtr lfdjfow and Cxn
mcnaUy. This I en application for aa Injnnotion to
prevsut a hsse by ths Corporatlist, ee two lots in
Svth ersuua, betwcea Twenty-fifLh end Twantr
sixth stittts, which were sold at an asaeeameut s
for uupskl Improvements, end benight to by tbe clf.
The owLer claims tltat tlie aale was Illegal, by reason
oriiitoiniahtUs,eto., lutbesale. Cose post poood to
Ful's SehntTT Rudolph Wolf ex, Rmttt
CowlereL Sne time sw the plaintiff obtained an
injusotion against the defeneiant to reatrebi him
frrm prej-arnigor eelllogany snltture tn nultalloa
of the plainlill s schnapie, as It wai alleged he had
Mi tlon was now mads te dissolve that InJ'inotton
on a long array of auViavlte, Betting forth tbat
Wolf schnapps were really composed of pure spir
its and gin, and were nut any pertitrular "shakes"
after ell. lhe affidavits also claimed tbat Wolfe had
no distillery , a claimed by him to i. i.,. Oer
Tb esse 1 sill pending, and auswer ve-y well
ss an advertisement for ths schnaMie. ami aome
sharp ones say tbey heUevo it waa got up for tbat
7"i ll'iffiVims Ptnirct CiMJvttn A. R"ii
Ifamtii. Mar J. H'litiann .Actual for divorce.
Jury unab'e to agrve. Discharged.
77 Bchomrr fjimbtth Qut.Jamet Ctutnicri
ft. Utiirr dranlrau Tt e Coeut directed tbe Jury
to find a verdict fur the plaintiff, f ir tlie value of the
vecwiel, suliMict to the opinion of tlie Ueusrsi Term.
TLe Jury found the leoncl to be worth ai.ttM.
17. H. Dlitaiet Coert.
Frtneh rhotographi in &uri,T!it U. 8. ri.
a ( uf I'hototrraphi marked O, K. This wat an
acLon ou tbe it ot tbe Uovernnieut te conilscatt a
csee of ktereosoopU! plotureo, whbli wero tmtarted
HJetid A.ithony, a doaler In liroo-lwajr. Tbs
plcturca were s, ixod ly the Uovernmcnt at
Indecrnt . but tlwy merely repna nt what are
shiismkI to be l'renoh seivaot girls In thsajtof
comioirbiir U us flora tlie knee ekiwa. Mr. Antn'siv
aileiresi, mid btiught wituees, s to provn, tut they
were oa pnb'lc rue byal dealers lu ths city, sul
woie puicbantiJ hy beitb uug aud fouialos of the
be st el ssm s eg sea .cry.
Mr. Cue kranc, for the defence, contended that at
the law In regaiel lo the matter bad at I stated bow
much of Lbs leg oould be shewn without but iceucy,
the iiraiibm of a Ciutoeu Ilyise officer mid not be
tokrn In re'alli u ti It, hi oeip-wltlon to the entire com
munity. Jury directed to bring to a eotalei turOkb
C'eait af (Iracral HMiteaa.
Angtittus Wynoorsi, a very noted plokjiorket,
pleaded gtiUIr to a charge of graud larceny. La
ooumeeil pit adisl hard fur a postponement of bla sen
tence, to havs time to produce wltneasea f i good
cbaiscter. but Wyi asp's ebarai ter was t.iouHort
ouv, and ths Ksoordor scu'encel him to fear years
In the b'st Prison.
Maiy M.Han ple-adrd gul.ty tt petit larceny, and
was snt for six months t j the I'eult tnf sry.
Claries II kin, charged with burglsry lu the third
dourer, pleaded guilty to an attemi t at tbat olT.-iire,
In breaking into tne store of Mortis Me) or, ou Si
teiul er antli. De was lemanded for onutPiice.
t bailee llovsr plcall gul ty to t.t laioeay, and
was Bent for six months to Ik Paulteutiary.
Aruiki Uapji, obarged with toallug bis employor's
watch, pleaded guilty, and in omuteq'ienee eg hie
tinpUiyur's earnest representation In his behalf, was
se nteneed to 40 days In the City Frlson only,
Patrick Barry, very sick of consumption, plealrd
gul'ty to aimpl aasau't, and la consequence of hut
eioknews, was sent to the Fauitentlary for on month
Jacob Ferris, a Colored man, wa triad for aa as
sault nn another colored man, named Jease Jackson,
and acquitted. Tbe Court tueu adjourned.
COHTTCTtOR LV5 TBI CuARdl Of SxTIOCTI0?f
rjsjDiB Fbomui or MABauas. Miohabl
CoixiKe wss tried in the C-urt efSeaatona, yestorday,
on an todlctment chargtog him with aeduolng Baco
errlUsur, imder nnitnlss of marriage The teetl
tneny of the eompuelnlng iritnea who wa a servant-proved
thai after aooomplishlng hi Puitcob.
they mads enaugesnantt for the niarvasg, and lual
ah leal hhav4M.IO to make the necessary prepare
tlona. After this hs negUtcted her altogether. The
rlefene attempted to throw doubts upon tho previous
obaate character of the oomplalnlng witness, biA did
not shake her evidence. The jury convicted tue
prisoner, after a oonsultsttun of five minute. Sen
tence wee reeaned.
0xTK0e7nea Tira Stkkkt. Fhtup Dapo .
we arrested, yesterday, for obst
track on Court street, and Baud t
ubetiuctlng th railroad
CotntrgRrr nra. Connterfeit fives on the
Mechanto's Bank, of Concord, N. H., and bills of the
lam dauomtnaUon, were attempted to be put la cir
Tn CunrrnT or tue EvxnoRirxaa. On
of the Board of Trustees, wko claim to have been
elected aa each, proceeded to take pteseeaiou of th
cemetery ground on Monday. An 4her aet of trus
tee! claim that tbey here been elected, and than) is,
conaequently. a great deal of bitter feeling. On
Tuesday, an Injunction was issued by Judge Baewa,
of the Supreme Court, on th application of Jonas
Mvxaa, Jr., restraining th defendants, Taaonan
Wilsow, Jorrx A. Wnssa, Jacob S. Utrromsxie, Joaa
Uoora, Tuneui Falmx and David Sxaut, from etolng
any act or act aa Trustee of sold Corporatloa. The
oUfendanU wan allowed twenty day to answer.
JctjiciaL CaTrnoir. Tbe Democratlg
Conventtoa of the Beoond JudloUl Dlatriot met last
Supreme Court, In plaee of Uon-S. li. Braowo, whose
terra expiree oa the llet of Deoember next.
fB Botrrs ftsviuiiii ota. Sgnrn--FaT
aome " - Mist a. B. F. MoOaXTaw rr bav
beenent A a tmehxr oxrecttox of tbe Sewer Oe rsla
RP. TUtircsWioafer Ue ax r tt mad wader
eowttetiWllM)nsliWs4teaBaota they asoat
stoa the tars at they, ths coatiortore, eoo xwt
J to tuppcfft tb tiaeex ao that lb rasa exsoU raat
e,TW, J1 tm tU fWLiVwi Vjaotsva, w4. Be)
atlention bryoni preiartng a evmpla'nl on
wl Irh to prvs-uie aa lujuoction, when their fn
eheaJd be stotiid. Yeeterday morning La eon
trertore (sAistel lo permit tbe cars to rsvat, snel to
this wsy eleven were stopped. In "tout two hour
tbe oomjiy had proetnvd aa Injunction from JJ'Lf
Mraaea, rest rainlr g tb contractors from rroonedlng
Tbe Injunction will be argued a spaeeli! aa poaat
bat, SrsAroir AMxarOA5 Fowrsunn'f. Tbe
Atnerteaee of ths Sixth Assembly Distrlrt havs nom
inated Jotu J. Iliou as their candidate tor Assem
bly. IlAnnio.iiAie LrrxsART AaaoctAnojr. The
f rut lecture before the members of this Aaeoclstioa
ten k p ace on Monday night, at the Odoon. Profes
sor MiTwem. lectured em astronomy, and ths I all
was well Cued. The Bockty ha arranged for a
course every week this winter.
The Mrtsrro Mai Focsd. Mr. Dawim.
tints, of Bercen, who dlsspneetd on Thursday
night last, waa foeaud at the Tombs, New York, after
I'lniAsti. Tb Opposition primary meet
ings to Uuehaet eounty weie held on Monday evening,
ami were generally quiet. Tbe en ting In the I
ondWard, Jersey City, wai packed. At the orderly
tHstksi were outnumbered, and oould have no votoe
in the luetlDg, tbey withdrew, and transacted tarlr
business at another isace. Tbe rowdies elected a set
of delegates, but their proeeedlnge win undoubted:
be illsomintenanoed at the Convontlnna.
Tb delrgeU are favurabl to the nomina'ljn of
D. S. Oaxooar, tat Bsnatori Row. Oitviaist, for
County Ckrk, and Uskit Nswuax for Sbsnff. The
Demreralie primary meetings for e'ectleg ilelegstes
to the Coemty Convention trill be held on Thursday
evening, the 13th tost,
JiruxT Crrr Commow Cocstctl. At a meet
ing of tbe Jersey City Common Council, Mr. Wk-x-waxi
was tppesnted a member of the B-wrd of Blu
ration, to 6 J a vacancy occavtiaied by tlie removal of
Mr, Woonarrr. Mr. tlitvtv M. Socu wat re ap
pointed to the same office, having neglected to quel.
try before tbe time allowed was expired.
runvxA Drwesa and Dtvm Hern were appointed
Jucigte of tl. ctlon, aud Chauoellur W. Cassa Clork
of the First Ward. Joan tl. lltvewi was appointed
Ju.hr of Llectlon, to All vacancy to tbe Sjcond
A resolution authorising the Committee on Lamp
to make a contract wrth the Jersey City and llobo
ken (la Light Co., to Ught the city with gas, subject
to the apmval of tbs Common Council, aud to place
a metre in the new '!'. 1 U-"ie", tl reglstsr tue
amount burned by the Police, wa passed.
Mna. WixtLow'swflexrruiwo Srstrr.
Mm. WIN SLOW, an exjerleneed nurse and Ftmale
Fhyticlan, hss a Soothing Brrns for Children tertklcg
which greatly facilitates tht traorss ef Teething, by
softening the gems, reducing all Inusmmstlon I trill
allay allpala, and Is sure to regulate the bowel. D.
rndnroat,Methfisi,tt will glee rest te yeonelves
And nhef and health to your Infanta. Perfertl safe
la all eases. Sold everywhere. Pries only W eent net
Br-orat'i Bo. 2 Sew a liAciiura-.,,....910Q
Stnser's It a, 1 Sewlns Mschlns. ., M
Family Bearing Machines. ..J0aaTI
Hemming Otuwree redaced t i
tot all tnanufsetnrlnr purpeeut Srweaa's MAonrjrax
re wttheal aay rival ta tbs marks.
Lht.aiNaiatA0ev.Ne.4Ss Broadway, II. T.
Me. 160 Fultea st, DnoU i
Thk MrrrBAmi-e' i nTi-1'Risot I.Anon Axao
eluloa atrHa This Cvenlns tt I'nlon IlalL Do Ilowerr.
eppesit ftprlns etreet Meehaule more rsrilrolarfy
tnoee whess eceuestlons sre Interfiircd with by the
r resent erstem or Prison Compelitloo, should attend
his meeting and become muaibere of ths Association.
G-Axn OrrjrncnrAnsiAsr Novklties is
bCAkl'S AND TICS,
Hkavt t'rmajisiiiiir aud DnAvr-sa.
at Moa. II aad ta WlUtsat rt, en door north ef Matdsa
Lane. Otej. M. TRACY, Agent.
A Carat IlKccr-nos t 1'bicix
Of Fnslleh Csrprtlnes,
Oil LMh. anil Driurcets,
UIHAM AjeDtitKiN. N Bowery
With ehaits and full written Heeer'ptlnn or rhtraeter,
gtvaa daily at J'O WLXH WkXLB, HW Broadway,
CHAajrrsio rgMroBMAjirax this Amtificm
snd Evfolos-ln addltiea M eiqsbilte dsnrln. the
new and Ibrilltr trersl dr.ms llirr op Tns Dernts,ux
adnursble st le. at Bosnia's Misxiin. Beautiful I
iTcrrTLR BKvriNO macuinbs.
IConal te aav ta the aoarket.
FrleeB-'a1 sad upwsrrlo.
Offices, ens Broaitway and 100 Bowery.
Is the Best and Cheapest artiste for Dressing, BeeaAt,
rrlDs. Cisaalna, Curling, Freserrvlng aad sMstarlng
thelblr. LaSisstryit. So- try all Drngghiex,
FrsrtXB A LTow't SnvTjro IfAOctr b.
Warranted te give better satlsf ortlop thaa ear ether
taaehtne ta this market, or Boons iwranded.
K H Fata Aavoeam te Shu, No. Ma Brealwar.
GENERAL N0TICESJ i$
Temperance Mrteieglklsevearaa, the l'i eh
Inst, st 190 Cberry it. tie Halnir's Uenia, at IVi e'rloak.
iki the qorttton propOMsl by the Ituv. J. U IIA rCIL
at a forlnsr teniperaiice tueetlB held st 105 Ilowerr
' Tbeexpeeiencr oi eiosiD tss runi tores mors on a
Rmidsy, than soy other dsv will be sn.wersd
tblsicoaeion. Oooil ilnelnx, br lr. R. WILSON aed
The irl dos or rt-nuersuoe, suit tns pnnue
generaiiv, ar leerecuuuy mvueu. juan uiAirtn
Tw Lletklxg Trs da.
EXTAIL FRICC8 CURKENT OF T1DJ 81JA30X
EXTEN8IYI! CLOTIIINa WAKEnOl'SB.
Co AND Ct FULTON STREET,
BKTWEEN GOLD AND CUFF STREBTS.
Black aloth oveneats
J01 te $1
, te It
Riiiulmsux Leaver.... .
funiieos reaver ..'..
plain tlack and oolored lar
Oood tlsek rleth frock casus.
I las blsek e'eih frock ousts
The 6 tei I reuch ekttb frock coats. .
, 10 u
, it to
Coortmere biulnee ost. $3 M te til
Tt sek snt fsnry ctsslmere Luslnors ptnts.S3 no ta f 4
t Ins dress pentf 4 tx) to I
ATI the new styles ef silk testings,
Vslvst vests HMtc H
Cassliaare buslaess veals 1 00 M
Otnp'ete black cloth sett. $10 to tie
Cassusre suitt te utuh, f tlO,$,li, $ IS, '.o
-e te., Ae. Ac. Ac. Ac, Ae,
Ac. t, At.. At, Ac,
Ac, A., Ac, A4NJf-
13T SO and ti Fulton itrect.
eriniaasssn 41ed-Ta Blrmbere af lb
above Ouaro, and those wUliln to tnra cut within.
oncer Fishtb Asnasl Biranien, are rouasatsd U
iii i via Mnau Tnuu'j.
,S.k lul k, ,U ..-Inrfc O IS lie
Al hUNSON, Captain. 1 110-A3 MOUI ON. Our.
Tbe xTeaat ary airaabwre af Reatwe) Oa. Ne.
M. whe served uaer DAVID U BUOURBICK. at
Foreman, are retioestsd mewt at the kiagina house,
ca Wedsesdsr evsalos, ll'h Inst, el o'clock, f w the
ImrTose of adopUag rsaoUUonsos eorsseie.aM rnsad.
oe our ssos.sa ineai;
LOim J. FAULEH.
tars.- eer -rfta ntsaaaall t
IfyeasetTsewlth RheumaUaa, Neuralsia,er pata
I. ir mt th. IwmIv se lis.
' IiaKTnllliitNK'n CUKB ALU
' - two, P.. HVHM Wl
s w-w)lliesAlwsMMliatsrwllsf Bottles.1
It, ts and
bilosnt. Depot, 440 Bro. war, above Canal st.
Maxeele-Iewle IoWae, V. e-el A. It, V.V.
Tbsirbwte ths above Lo rssie hereby "tinsel
fo attend the nextnHralar meetlas at tie. 1 Bewery,
MlUtar IIolL ea Thnrwlsr, Oct ltn, at IH e'eloek.
nerlawravte Olalaeeait Fveat wheal this
helm far external cW.ee It sprlted last ef a huaJred
rteallea eeratlvM, tt erTscta tb. dsslrsd etcleet. Dal
(uSumaTeanhetha-rst. MaatitnoteryTS. tjaldeu
Nettew-A -etnT erf ths atnxjsAwhtcn eaT
Bueratiea and vetlag epoa
ths earltal stoak ef said Ooi
If yaw hm-e at eevr frtaeal wrto)
eeanet break away -we hla lev ef
lotoxlcatlns Drink, yew may ears blra
and restore him te hspslaes aad health
aag brtag great eeasefemsneaa of dotag
.gees. . ead t " be jrrvwalo
a., am. I. iod se a-txut. aaxaasaa.
UBINK u, ooslS load er AMnk. awkaowju
OmesaJTM'd streee, td eloo Irom il
CCRKD avenue. Dootor at homtfjro iTtol,
aaa ,it. nww , w
. O- IX A GewegeJ Heeateg ef list abawe)
Order will bs, held on Wednewlay, Oi
1H e'eloek. PaL al Ulbarala UoQ. 4
Plinstnal attendauoe reuulrsd. By ord
jnoaer inn. as
Bv order of OWKN
aeeeta 4B Vala-a Be Til Itallaata
U ixalhu beloadng ar wlohlag ts bslosi I tethto
Society are larked W a swnsred n-jel t at 6wpe
r are tavBtad te ajensi aMstlna, alC
jy He. vVSbaewUya
bar Bag-tear fat--f,, "
V etteawer Cl BCAAalAN. will be kept ops
laatttate. room hla. M. ea We-aesaayr lava tas..
IXtar Ba raw ebJee,,!!.!;-! Oat-
st st 11 o'clock. A. M. ea the xiin las, aou
U colled for the peirpos ot .laaiag late sew-
tbs suioest ot aiBilauniag
. CAfATOCTf-MZLVIW lis nAa sshbIo
K-v. Jehj ti i-j: l.- vfr John Cns-lxj CeJ.-'l
New York eltr, te Miss ajIrUvs Melvlu. of Brcekil
. DATTS-ANOhvUattio.lt-, , 8ong,., ooil
by Ik K.v. B. C Fs,awvf Mr. (rMru Davb te H
JeaiuahAael,aUefrthiiettr. M " ll
ATTIBSON-OriSrmi,syevwntat. altera long I
rilaral UlBss.MaryOtlmaAtktewn. slSest .
imtatlUMs, sisest euul
lfflo. erf AA MaAlsaa akl
ter el Jehe end Amy OrUna, of 44 Mag lew i
is. fwm ner mmm.
lie reaaslns will hs twVsB is ninadslDbla ew '
wsasr Dwralas.lfUioH.MOe'etoea. FhUaelelj
ana laiuonun arr seease sop.
BP.AM-On ths 11th Inst. Marr Kits, eldest dt.
ter of Nsibsnlel B. and Jenner Beam, aged 1 ye
-Amelia ftnA il,,.
Tlie rvlstlves snd frtewt'ief the famttrare run
iill tDvltsg te eueoel the fanersi. on Tliersdav s
I ion, at t o'clock, from the residence ef her ears
SO Wert 114 st,
OBAYIS-Oetober lfth, WUllaat Chevis, age
UUfneenlviritav.niu.tbU fWse?near)tv a
noon, at 1 e'eloea, Ireiw kU lata resldenee hi Stai
it. Ills retslreat aa4 rrletuU are resosJullr lav
to attend, vlthoat tanker swtlee. 1
CDES Y-Oe-t Uth. anerashott rrtessa,Caths
f benr, eangater of John aad Aaa Cheay, axed i
ft Bionlne ssd ft gsv
Her fnneral will take ntaee this dsr, (Wed new
at II clock, from the resioraie of her ruber
Sixth see. The relatival aad friends are rsspee-W
melted te attend.
CMAMBERS-Oet Uth. MarsaretKaat Chse
p.essieros eyerie aaq acase -vaaesiiers, eeree
1 Rtanlli ud 17 Ami
tursh, rorCslvsir Cemetery, that (Weetaealu
lera x a, at i e cloak.
nt-reTER-04.eth.Mra. Osretvete . wtnost o
Ism a-mnet ItuaVar, aad daeahts ef Jasaes 1
ettoa. ... .. ......
ine rrienos ana lecauess ew sue rawnir, en r
tsinoais at 1 e'ueek, from 14 Atteraey st, I
Kr.rNAN-On Monday, Oct. 10th, Ketrarl
Bireo so fesrv,
he reitutes and frtenr'j ef the famrlr are rei
lavlteel te sUerd ths fo
tefTeon,at tb o'clock, (ret his
t irei av.
KMFFE.1 In this city, en Monday true.
inn, jaeoe auunea, agea irs yean, iinonusa
Ills renulns a tn he eonveyed te Dobb'i Ferry 'V
lermens. 'i ne rru eos oi tne rtmicr are reapeera
nvitea to atteaei tas luoerat, iron tas rrewuvv .
Cbureb at that place, on Wednewlar aftsmooo.
lo.L ol a'alnei. Host leaTss foot reT Jsr street.
o'clock. A. M. Trala of the llndeoa Rlrsc lull I
wlllUeve Vht-jiherastreet.atftaaA.ht. 11
KEtNAN tn this eltv. Oct loth.Rdward Kis
eldest eun of MU-hael Ksenan, IbUl, Farlsheil
nlenisseste,r, tjeniBir tiiBona, ireiaao.
I be relstivss and fneneis m tne nunfty,
saelsof his deeiss-4 leothsr, James Ke,
rseeeet ullv Invited to attend tee rannrso. tkls I
.arsdsr) l turnoem, at iMf Coloes. Crota bis tst
'eUaea,gl glnl A Bellyehsnaoa Herald pi
MTtcn--Oet llth, ef eemsestlea ef thehrala. I
ash Jane, wile cf l'eter A. Mre.e, aged M years.
Tn reisuve uimi irtfejeat csr uss aaaurvoi
fuUr (avtted te attend the roasnL Ute OV
afLrraoun. 1st B e'eloea. from bar late lis aw
psqua. Wester ester Ootmtr. The ear laav
strte t st Btloa, at H o'clock. '
Ut'I.I t'N In nreetlra. after a sever tfjassa.
thnr atDllen,a nstlv oflredaod, and forth U
tern s rwaiilsi.t ef that ellr.
Ths ru serai will taXa piaes en Wedaesday afters
Itih Irut, U X o'clock, ttoas his late residence,
BtelAL'nnT.tMWWnu(j.. Cutr teas, sft
loos aa4 painml II anew, William MsLebglitta, age
sears A aosths anel 11 rfevs.
Ills relatives sag friends, ang the atenibsr el
s nisnaon iraem, ere respeevrauy lavKseseat
bis loaeral. this IWedanetay afuruesav, at It's
firm hi uu resldesiss. llth Avenae aeereoth
lilsreaiaiaa will he takea te Trtalty Cseiihsey le I
O'CONNOR -On Tnssdsr. OsL lit. aTsrw .
dsuihteu el Joha aad Hannah (SCouaoc, agl
Her rnielc Ttmethr frConaer. and her
the r, Jeremtsli Cronla, are niseBetfaley iavttwg i J
ten ner innersk this (weenassaayi arienwea,
0'eleek.fre lT.l4th street. 'J
FYBCBNIa Brooklyn, Oct. 10th, Thomas, sel
John and Mary PilMire, seed IS meath aad tt .1
The friends aag aesnsliusas are twswoesxallr m
tsd te attend his runeret. ea WeeaaweUr aiynl
llth Inst, at I o'clock, from tb i
lento, 16 Hudson A Brooaoya.
. PIKt-In this city, on Tuesday, October Uth, ,
Tne relatives and rrtenas or ths Press ami
sreetmiiy tntttre te trteoO hlr raneral, em TV
alteracea, I nt llth. at I e'eloek. rn ths (.
ei nu son, ucerse ax. riae, aet dcxu ova.
nu son, utorso ta. rixa, aet duu i
QCIOLEY-Lost ever boor froea etetaer Flra J
Rock, eu the night of October ttb, beteesa I
teu ana BtrsUird, Long letaad Soand, Jamas via
led so years.
SOBrNS-In thU eltv as IV 0. '
lam Robias, ased Tl tears.
The relatives aad mesne af th faaaD an) i
netwesj issi iswur a rs
A tbe hmeral. en Taund
.rreta his latoieaVaaa,!
ruler euTitse, mi ewtstaa us I
ternooo, at ercuoea, ty,
drtdge tt, Without Auth
YOUNO-OrL 10th, nissbsth Jane, .
n iiiism hoi iuim.il rf. I oeins.
The relatives enet trtsnas of the family s
faU lalllla SBUn thM InnsrsL. OhU fH
aft.rneasn.alSe'rloek, froea tb resist aaeeaf
rents, os uoaa ev. strooBiya.
Wnir40ATU-Oa Taeelsy, Uth la
WhlBsstes, a.4 S rear ad x meutha.
The Irleutfe ead esaiutonees are respeetfstl
tsd to attend the foaeraL this ( Wsdaesaai) aft.
at S e'eloek. from the residence ef bar ran
Uregory st, Jersey city.
PaUNT fjiillo- No. .
ntICK ONLY FOUR ClItTS.
TBI CTtFAPirrir COM1Q MONTHLY PURUll
ready TO-DAY. and oH whe beHve la eajer
" rinbt Auea hearty laugh," should net fall ts are,
Th. PI I
'liunsi nisiLr win ww. .easeg '
lutne .uhifHs. a ehnnnv tlle.trstlna ef
ll..NNb.'rT'li PHIZ PtlUPXIN. nuuer
Cut'aHlt..eIRAYIIONTI'it KWAL1. Pnrimi
1 UK " liHKAT RAttl-UN" l.N A rJiXJUhl-a -.!
BLONDIN KILLFD AT LA.-tbeely InsUa
rsesrdef esth trsw eoehlrs'ioa
OlttNDPARADB OK THE BULLT OI'tRf
ltlntrstleas,hisbirlniriviatait whe Bate
en lov.d a Cbv'b tsreet pr.e'lfM.
1 UK BOLD YOl'NO OYATKRMAN AID nil
. kflfcctlM' sows he Tbeoioa Tonklso. Illuo
with elsht eu't br tbe euthir. A pilae will be
the person ape pretsives all hla euspeadar hil
wnue resning is a.
AN AI'I'K AL OR JCSmCR-shewtng the vie,
eestsia "et.n4 sreapi totaveef a Mpine-inses
TIIK FIOUTlsn FDITOK Of TUX PlllTl
PHELLOW-hoUig how hs kst fortlgsd k.I I
sloes the attack upon Mr. Theniproa, by FraaOlJ
r-KABCIIINO FOR A LOST TRBASU&S U4
jJirnt i i.iir.s.
A ellr. MM! INYKNIIOf-latersit'ig U
IIIK MILITIA COVUT-MARTlAL-ia I.
A 8L8PICIOI', CORFSR-er hew the bdyi
atltltls-. w-nVA tTIIl-kxfl 1
AN liNKKAflONilil.R B01RDKBAM0 AS
Autl ortr flitr other lIloMrttttl lahjuetei
tahtlflB bPIi lntwrrttsT.
IHRIMIL'NNY PlltfUaOW will ftl .vmUa.
ecnuiht. rif ODof Iti eorpt clhia UitlAilt lg
Ordtro. IhrtHiof Mivit
TRCn ONLY FOUR CBHToL 1
Vn asawat fOI..Bs.saat sVhla- 1Ibbi Iw aa ieraisasaaa sarsslsrHB
rillTIN Y PlIKLLO ff, aad ell their wives, ilsterl
head la your order without Asia, v
OKlr. DAYTON A JiiRMI.
Thnnny Fhello v whobos's new. aseota, ear. of Nl
and Ann sts, (sp itsirs). resw xoraviisy.
TBIZE8 AMOUNT 1N3 TO itOO-AN
X ehsceetetaeh selsorloer, Boys anl airlet
Masale.s far Nuvs,ber-Just owl. File 4
xearir, loe. wos
nit. o a n i l l
of thlt week, eobtslns a leti-e freaa
aaneaaclng his arrival la N- York I a Iww si
to. or.aiss ei VAX.
J 51 lis nsssaa st, ne
BOARD AND ROOMS.
A QEHTLEUAKAND WIFKAND8I
XAgettlemaa, sea he aeoeannadslaa with gsot I
aad pisses ut rooms. Afply la, frsbari n. ell
TTODlia QESTLEMEN CAN BR AOC
X rnedsUd wiUi hoarA la a p,lta:e f-stll by a
B s. M, nrsaua -t-
BOARDINO-J OR S GENTLEMEN (I
have reod board ang 1 ir.e, olrr rooras, whan ,
urnqu. srs VB17 Bspw will asve ISO I BBUern
bemei bsth one saa. Ac. la ths honoot tertns soil .
Apper tuX Feuith eve, near Xttth st, sol fue
nOARTL-FOR TWO TOUJifJ X.ADIB3
aw aa ragtloh laaallv. where they saa have eel
it, eases the
anmienei s boss. SHUf as ttl rarry as. eeia 1
TJOARD WANTED TO
X3 Wheeler Wilson's sewiag machlas, eltb. b 1
aad asm.lllwsss.UsselM.lsjU psnoa, 45) 1 1
avssina, lid heerVlira F-haOB, ef bear Is r I
swmviuwj, waa imis, aes s-
TO LET SBWIeT nJKKIBltXD i
X aeatly Sited reea, for single isnll.se.-, ait
beard, la's quiet ptivste fsnULr, at 11 Beweq
worn aavwateai ami Dtanioei euwesa,
11TANTED-.BT A KKflPEfTTABLS
V mon a ehl'd about year te heard whe
Mt S year te beard w
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win aav au tas
he eomfrrt of a heme, la a ge4 aa I
eferenee iebaad. Call JiJ
West Hvth tt, bet 8th and llth aves.
.lenBorasso; rsrerenees aiens
Notice the corAiiriraRainr ni
tolere sil.Hne betwsre ths aadaratiaed, saiet
Arm of McKKNZIB A CL'IOtim. was thtadsr dlsse
hv ntulsal escsent. Deled. OaawU,liM, JC
fnE OOPARToTEBSniP SERKT ofo
aJ-TT-- i tL. Ik. a--a(sua- a-f aVKa laa-at) f
KARL'S PASES BLACaOH 9 IT 11
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