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THE NEW YORKJSUN.
TUESDAY UOBKnrO, K07. IS, li9.
Turn u4 Aw isis
Tbit a grMt wtobj b dor to dtiim and
impart owMrt la thb dir, by- not gtvtog iaf.
fieitnt tttbUdtvto Uxm and aasaamenta on
pfoptrt.r, U evidenl to any on who will Uk
to trouble look orer the list of propwty now
WngoM,Uioaij Hall, far tMM. In tha
Ibt of aaatea of property owner, wffl U found
Jiifc of many of our motf prominent cltlaena
bob, who,' It cannot b supra! for a moment,
wtnW allow tate to run on year after year,
drawlag twalr par cent Interest, If they hal
,anr knowUlg that inch wat the cam.
On gnat faalt U In tha want of proper al
TortUtae bitoad of selecting- aoma ohscttr
Joarnal eoaioely arar teen by tha basin pub
lic, thoa journala that ara nnlrariaQj raad
should ba tha medium for thl purpose. Far
on taHlog lor their tax bUU at tha Kectsver't
offiaa, ahonld alwaya ba furnish! with a full
bill of all Uana upon tha property, whether fjr
rent, Uxm or aweumenti. If lUj wai al
wraya promptly done, It would u a a Ttt sam
of nnaeeeeaary ax pens, and much time anl
BeaHoxia complaint have fot rears been wade
ant Justly to, that iwumtn' fnropenlng: reu
lallrg and grading streets anJ oilier Imnrote
rntnt ara mad without any knowledg on the
part of prorwrlr owners. A jotitlon Li Rot up.
rlgted by a few parlies, npjn which t'je Corpo
ration advattUcs In noma out of the way sheet
for objection!. No one anting lt.no objection
Is made the contract In klien out to aomo
fatored contractor, and probably Hie firt Infor
mation Ibe property owter has his property hit
been aold on Corporation lease for fifty to one
hundred Tears for the assessments. Or If be 1j
fortunate cnoufh to bear of the sale prerlom to
tha expiration of the two yearn allow ed for ri
demptlon, he mutt pay double the legal ra'ei of
Interest to redeem It.
It la time there waa an enltelbts conn of
proceeding. If citizen and real estate owner
would know what I belog done by tbe au'horl
tie i, and Urns lie enabled to keep their property
clear from such entanglements, let them demand
eultable advertising In inch channeli u tbe pub
lie will be bkely to tee it. The rates of taxa
tion are sufficiently burlbetaome without bar
ing acMed thereto, Inordinate evpenns, ecca
atonally by a tale wben a sa'e would be arclled
by inlt able publicity betng Riven at the outtet.
I.nier from Ilsyil.
Ity the arrival at this port of the brig George
Albeit, from Tint au Fitnce, we bei received our
Hsjb S'rs to October St. Tbe trie' of the prisoner
arrested fur their riNnpllestloii la tlie lets conspiracy
commenced on tlie 17th of October. The charges
egaintt the accused wi-rei
t. A erosplrsry end m'litary pi t with the object
of changing the fonnof govriuiiiCLt, ' ex.-.tlnir tbe
mildary to t ise In anus aiialtiet tlie oMef ol tiieMtata,
of prov i-kin aval wer, of drileiing the csp.tal to
massacre, dtvartetl in end iitilega.
X Of promodltetcd assaeeltiatton by mains rf
arr.bsi oo Ue jKrwin or the lsly MsNasrifii
HuernaT wee Cm Curtain, daughter of Lis
Lxeilieucythel'rrstdcntuttliaK'irmli'ic, which et
easelnaUi n wts conaunimatrd September 8d,et about
eevea o'clock la the ettnlof , la the ieudei.ee of the
I Of atttinp)cl atsaiMlnttlnn at the atme time
aritvUce.oo the t-non vfltie chief of the lialr,
thewsuMloatkiauf Miln IIla mar, having only
for Its dinette attiact tier Uthcr into the ambuau
Tte act of aceusttlnn proceeds at a grett length to
leclfj la deUll the feature of the conititriicy.
Twenty In all of those Implicated In the conspiracy
were ooodrmrsd to detth, and alite'n sufTared the
pena-ty. One was respited and three are In annther
cui.try witof the reach of Justice. Tlie Preeldaat
has sibllsl ed a prcelsmatlnn urghig the plo t
t ruto ar.th him In bis effirts tl establish a worthy
lovemmeut aid Uciems the prospeilty of Usjtl,
aud wan.tng othtr cissalrstois to read a leuon In
the qu'ck t UDlsbnuut aaarikd to tlioie le eiitl ex.
ccuted. The Court Martial cit.d-n,nd (lenoral I).
Dn.ve.aad bis sou, L'tutecant Auavo Usui, to
death, fur their pn U:' atlun la the cuospiracy. Oou
era! Ootan 1'ivssr, fur Laving aupprcssed the fsctl
entiueot with the Ldiunectleu, of which Le waa
previoua'y se, wsa scutanwd hi three yeara' Iru
pilsnsmsit. I'mt au li usee Laalmin rslloved from martial law,
end tlw cisiritry was rpui t.
l'irskleut Uxraaan baa issued the Mowing de
creet " Kvry person wb ehall be d teetrd In having
advaneid piuposlthiLa taudlng lu any sroy t create
or 111-fueliug auMing thvn, or tnards the Ojvera
meat i mrj ise wto shall l detected la having
clrtuted prlotcd or written matter icudlng tu the
saiue objKI, shall recUve from the 1. lice llnpsit
nient a written wamln, aud lu esse of a repetition
of tbe oflouos, aha 1 be Immediately arr-istsd, and
ahaj either be sent to a 'special residinw' In tue In
terior of the coun'rr, or shall be embarked on snip.
tx ard and scut out of the c untry."
M nerre Anere, a atnator and a prominent offi
cial, died on the Sib. A grand f in' re' service for the
lepose of the aoul of MaJauie IUaufirt, the assassi
nated JaugMer of the rr.aldeLt, hat tVen p'jke at
Port an rrtnes. la a funnel ierui.m the Abbe Pel
tier drew a cooipailsn b.twcea UtOiatd and Paul
EoUUua after his Ic'.o'y ovir the King of Macedonia,
A'thntigb, tlie IKlve. father and am, areooudoua
ed to death. It la n4 likely tbe senteuce will l oar
lied loto elf ct, btcsuie thtss ruen are safe In
trance, aid their cimip'le Ij Is only proved by the
lettsra they taut to the ailuualcadis of the ccuspl
lecy In llsjtl. The Intention cf the c-wp'rs'ois
waa to maVs U.neial Pri'phtte l'as dent In place
of Gtrreiao. I'soitllr, it wU be rcioeuibertd, was
a'lowed t.id,art by (iuiuao,camf to New York,
ead sailed aloiOst ti. nooks ajo for IJ'ro, to Join
Paxva at Pa-Is Sriicjrt, In I Is retreat at Kings
ton, Jaj alca, on Leering if the assassination of
Gtriaaai.'s daughter ordartd a high rove c llanVs
giving, U t the prltst be apptlidto nfusid to of.
Ihiate. 1 be fact has arotuod an ill tlonal CI feeling
towards gociorgr on the art of the lls;t,ena The
Piee'dcbt baa firuie'ly ncelvrd the cido'.e..ces of
the Coojoisiclsl Agent cf the I ulted Itstes, la re.
girl to the asimJjs'Joi, of Lis daughter.
At Iral of Ik htramsblp Paalel tVeb-ter,
TLesttaaatlpPa'del Webster, Capt. KlMr, from
Aeplswall 4th list., at 4 V. U via Havsna at 1'. M.
Vti.arlnd at th's Krt at8oVl.-k 'asl ercolng
BUs nnjalned t Usaual4 hours to oa' asl trans
fer hew 0 Uass passoogen and malls to steamship
EmfbaClty. OntteCtba.d lllklust eiptrteno d
stropg gae and veiy heavy sa Bhe brtogs SIT
(assessor that en re brought by the I oole Sim from
AsIIbva a Utter of the 9th ey, 'Sugars are no
ilnall ii teal bigber, There la no (har change In
th mart it, aid no news of muuientfiaa trajsplred.''
Via Havana, w hat a papers from Venezuela
to October IMb. I'nder th adulnlttratlon of 8r.
Tovaa.fts Vic President, the (iovarnintot stl'l
. oooUined to atruggl with th rebel. Tb faction
In th East I ad been, oue by one, nearly all d.f.atel,
and a powerful force was orgau'ileg L r the Western
IProTin. At Ban Carlos, the Ooveiauent had an
army of T.OOOmea, well provided with all the re
quisite &r a vlgorou campaign. The Presidential
a'ectlon waa tu progress, the meat promtuant ce -di.
dates bebg 8r. lHacu. Faxtra Tore a, and D. I'soao
Ocai. Thefilend of General Joe AaroMO Pau
were also advocating Us claims, and tbe projjxc
tui of a new journal was lasted at Caracas on the
14th of October, to labor to bb behalf. It
editors were to be I) WsxiiSLas, I). Jem ns Dio
aCoaaua, and li. Faaaoiaoo PiaxaTf r Roru. Th
meicbanta and capi'slaU tf Caracas had agreed to
raise a loan of a lull Ion dollars for th use of th
Ooveraueal, th bond tu be uod.r th united guar
kidf t the Qavemmsut and the community. This
loar, wkiesi la the largest ever made In Venaiuela, U
looked Uu as a at.e, that theie la great confidence
In to aUWUty of the Oovennoeut as at i-r-eent or.
(anlae4. Vlte-FrealdeBtTove.nietti u,,
lowing cabinet I llonie aeer.tsty, ,. j, M Ml14 ,,
asenoaaoi Treasury, lr Maarai.Cai.rau Dauoaoo'i
torelih Isciatary, Sr. htorai. at, ,i.isvi , w.t
nd ICartaf, flea. Jos Eecousiioo tibune,
t Frus rnsrlo Here.
W bar date from Pueit)BlootoOctbsr JOtU,
Th Bolatla Meroaatll announce that th crops have
been exceedingly good all over the land, with the
tot ptla of th diatrlot of Ouayaua. The Coffe
crop, eapeCaUy was large. A drag bad basa put into
opers-u t A-edle, to c'tea out the ba:boj, which
was oaldiiU oUtructtd.
JtevrwHe TtUynr OJteeevr. 41 Wttt ttrut, and
TTse Orartud Man.
At. Limit, ffot, li.Tha orerbtud maQ, with
Beorrenefccod.e,, ,f tt, tttb u!t t., eeaohed
Jem-non City, and win arrived here to-night
The ellpper ahtp Maatift. Care. Joaweoa, waa
mined at era Sept, loth, Ave day out from Ian
Iranetasa, for Ilonf Kong, Her pessaengwr and
2J'."OJ,,h,rt,,sI "' "' "P aaaouaUng to
IIM.coo, were eonveytd to Honolahi by the ahtp
The King, nt the Candwtola Island, In a Ct of Jeal
ousy, shot and dangerrsuily wounded his private tV.
retsjT. cm the 18tb of Aeotemhar. sn,A fr mhmJ
treat eialtement, and the King eonten.i.lated abdi
catlrg, but rrconst iered hU determination.
B'iatneeatsVaiIranclaoo waa without Improve
ment. Bntter yaa more active, and sa'ee haf bean
at 190., with, a good demand, gslca of crushed sugars
Atbo, S'nt. II. Tbe most reliable retnrni
reoMeed In thU elty from t he nWitful oouaUsa letv
n, reasonable d..uf.t of the e'ectkm of the whnle Re.
Vuhllran ticket. Tbe btrds of ranvaewer meet at
tbe Osmtr sts to-morrow, (tMseday,) and the
bekt rmMible arrangements have beta made to re
reire liy tlrgre)ih for the N. V. Awwclstod Press,
iLe nlTlclsl leturna at the earliest practical more eat.
Tbe Ilrewnirvllle Treuble.
Waihmgton, Sot. 1 1 Th New Orleane fee
e.itme, of U.e Uih lost, ssvs that General Tairatv's
brigade, or thet city. Is willing to go to Ilrownsvllle,
Ifttetrexienseeare prnviet for. Tlis pub.le S'l.
thoritles are d4iig nis.i - n themdter, and the
ria tie', therefore, th citlrens to furnish
IjiUr from Havana.
.Vers Pilfimi. Vr. II, Tbe steamship Kb
plra City Las ariivrd bare, with llavasa dates of the
I'th Inst. Ilr iiewsls untnjNirtsnt. A hurricane on
t.ie Southern or-ast had done aneie damsje.
N thing had been heard at Havana of the steal
slupNoitU Star up to tue VUt lust, or at Asptnwall
i p totie4ih.
Tl e steam frigate nssillak arrived at Key West nn
tlie I'th lust., with the (lovrruor (literal of Jamslea
on I card, en route for Jaiuel' a.
Tbe new Mrnm stfnop ef War Nrraanset.
Potion, A'of. II. Tho new steam aloop cf
war, Narrersnset, left tlw Navy Yard to day, on bar
trial trip. Bhe will proceed as far a N or fort t
Tlie ship avorite, whnen loes was reeently re-
pnruio, waa insurea in rcste sireet wr o uuu.
The (liand Jurv have Indicted Iidssiuw, the
II 1'ior agent, for selling adulterated ll'iuore.
Arrest of si rtapposed Harper's FerrjleH.
8hij1n$lurff, Pa, Sot. II. A iuaplclonn
lookli g srmin was arrested on Saturday, who was
ausposod to le a llariwr'a Ferry fugitive I but, after
a bearing tfnre Justice Uaraar, be waa disihargiid,
for want of proof of Identity.
tlovtrnor Corwln and the ftpeaherahtaa
fmrinaafi, AW. II. Tlio Daylon Journal
makes an authorities denial of tbe statorucnt that
(lovrinor Oe lie Ik Csnlidate fur the Swinr.
ship of Die nut If use of ll pree siUtlves, aud says
that be drwins It to be undursto d that be Is a candi
date, aad that bis name will be restated to the
The Susrs nshei brl ge over the Scioto R'ver Ml to.
Jjy, kll leg two taeu.
llyJfJo, A'lt, II. A heavy northwest kI
has been rasing here for St hours, aoornpeuied
with alliibtfahof snow. The following vessels. In
endeasoiing to enter the harbor, hate rim ashore i
Tie aohoi tier WlMism Treat, nn Btrawtxrry Is'aul;
tkosih.M.nrr Uscep.takes, with a load of wheat, on
the reef i pixisite tne cltyi and the echo mrrs Uakhlll
ai d Ml'amla ou the Is sell ahnva the l.'ghthome. It
la thougiit that all of them may be got oil, with but
allftt.t damage. No Uvea are reported lost.
Hct.tiiieaenoiogU.la eveidog, but th wind
Klnklna of the rlterunrr KirrU
Aiif.Mtia, G(t., Sov 1 1 The steamer Excel,
'raded with Kuiur and Corn sunk tn the RsvaunaU
Itive-yesUrCay, r)he Is a t ital loss. Mo Uvea war
Wahintton, A'on. 11. Th number of patent
bsuidfiom tie I'stiLt Office, for the first nine
v onths eg toe present y ear, la i 834, and the amount
of fr s lecelvid I sg Mk)
IVhateadvlosfrooi Diaton state that If oDona in,
recently arrested here on auspiclou of butng ooo
nerti'd with the Uarpcr'a Feirv e usplrators, I we'l
known tliere, and Is undoubtedly insane. lie la atUI
drtelncd herr, thaugh notilng ha, as yet, trane
jli ed to establli h his guilt.
Th Health of Judge Dowlas.
H'osnifiofow, .Vor II. .TudeDoroLAs'g early
ncjveryol besl'b waa on Bstuifay anticipated by
sxnne of hia meat Intimate frietde. It la, nowever,
te lably ascertained that he ba been extremely ill lor
the last three days. Ilia physicians remained with
him throughout last night, aud thla morning regard
his condition alsmt the asme as yesterday, though,
lerhsps, a little more cisntortabla.
Tho Asaerica to rail at CJaernstown.
ftatUm, .Vor. 1 1. Capt. Millak, of the Cu
nard sttaiuabi! Au erica, wh'ihleavea tnli iort on
Yednralay n at fur LIverptMil, says he has orders to
call 0 Queenatown, but unless he ia algnallsd and a
stoamer sent to bim, bealiall not communicate with
Ilrswesvlllr (leneral Walker.
Auffuila, 1 'ai.. Nor. 1 1. Tbe New Orleans pa
prre of Friday have beeu reotlved.
The Tiut VtUa states, that WaLxxa bad arrived,
and projHwee to lake coiuniaud of a iarty to relieve
llrownsville. It was repotted that there were active
movements in loitioii of Teas for the relief of
Th Central Hall Road.
Albany, Son, 11. Tho bridge on tho Central
llall lb'ad nrar Lyons, which waa destroyed by Are
last weok Is replaced, ar.d all the t ana have paoi
over It since Friday iaaU
Tut VisniNiaaa i A Tain or tu Iain Csitcst.
:i V. M. Thaektrati, author of "Kmioud,"
"Vanity Fair," " The Me Oncers," 4 J. llluslrat-
cih Noork Uarjior A Drotners.
Ibis ia a luniLjoraoIy bound volumo of oer
f.ur hundred paoi, and la talo of doc p Interest,
one of the Lost from this celebra'ed au.hor.
A NtSTir Uorl'r BisiaieCiifToaf or Cuirtuo,
Las Jukt ms.io lis appcaranoe. llelller A Oo , l'ub-
luhers, 3J5 Ilroadaay. Also,
(inner Tut I'siTSn 8rTs ssn Caaanaa. Hiss
A lousey, D. Y., and F. Kogere, Miagsra Fails,
AuraiGSN NeTit, by Charles Dickens, onmplete tn
ore volume, Is a wotk of Interest. T, B. l'tters m
& ltrotheis, rLlladelphU, pub Ishera.
"Tut ratsTia," la leoelved, a valiutMe menthly
puhhcallon, Oevo'ed Ui the U.tereste of the "Art
rtcativetUsof All Arts." J. Henry, publisher.
I). AppUtmek Co.. . Y, have published "Coa
aau's Caai-a voa ma kvinv asn 1'au-ru-s or
Mar 1'saw isu " lhe cares are d .signed to aocoui
I any any Qo.rsphy, lu ejieeUlly adapted to
CurmU's Uiamaar-a.hool Maps,
The Et. Anthony Ktirt4$ aayi that a firm In
Mineapolia Is engaged In buildiog eight Urge
Ice boatr, wblth thnv Intend to load with 1c ut
th fuct of lake roplu, during th winter, and
l un In tbe apring to Memphis and other Southern
Tbi Hon. Fin.m kick P. SrAvrov, has com
out and openly Joined tbe ltepubllcan or Kan
sas. He addressed a meeting of the Kepublians
of I-e.-omptun on tbe '.'Gth ult.. In which he en
dorsed without reserte the doctrines and policy
en tue iwrir, aim ueciareu uis reatnnea to main
tain iiepuoucan principiea to til enu.
Tub UozAitT IUi.i, Mayoralty Convention
look pie but nlfcht, aooordlcg to notice, at U wart
Hall Judge Dxa waa noiubiatel by acclantlon
fur Chairman, and wai on th tulat of taking th
chslr, when Ei-A'dcrmau Wilhik, In a loud voice,
Lomlnated himself, and declared himself duly elect sd
Cba'iniaii of the Convention, at which on of Lb
Mend from th First Ward dislodged the table In
fivmt of Judge DatN, and sluiullsneoualy th gas
U.LU were extinguished, leaving th Convention la
t tal darkness, end anld en Induwrlbable uproar and
oonfuslon, during whlth the ChaUman, Judgi Dtaa.
annououed the Cunventlun adjouroid, to ratet again
Th Republican Central Committee met last even
ing, and elcalgnated that their ptimaiiee b hell un
nest Thursday evening) and hare ordered the Con
vention to nominate candidates for Mayor and Corpo
ration Counsel, to meet on Monday evening next,
end the Almthouie Governor Convention to meet on
the Wcdoeeday Immediately following tbe Mayoral
The Tammany Hall General Committee met last
evening, and adopted a rojlution repudiating all
autegouutlo organisations, and pledging th me al
bert t) aupport for city office oaly those who are
recognised adherents of the regular Demoeratlo or
genlzatlnn. The Commit' alto alupted a call for
Iila,e y elections, to b held on tbe 10th last., and
failing Tbunaey, tte ITth, for holding th Convju
tU.a to nomlnst Mayor and Corporation Counsel.
Bubeeo.'jcnt days were named for the holding of the
other c jiiventtone.
An lnceper.dei.t Woiklngmen1 Club wm organ
tedlaateveolng,lnththWard,a the curuerif
jth street and Aveuut A.
A meeting was held but evening at th room of
the Fourth Aldermanlc District Dsmoerene ItepubU
caa AaeodaUm, on th comer of Csthsrtne street and
Fast Broadway. Bpeeeht were made aid enthost.
Fira w naoADwar. Trdy BorDJoc,
at a few mloutes bsfor elt 'oloek, a Br broke
ontontbeeeeond oor th brick traBag, Mo.
nroadey,ltbeo(neof laanm T. Tar tor,
puVllsherofthe'4.'ea TtHOurUt" aad totter of
ladies dress patterns. Th tn waa eauaed by a back
draft from a stove tending out a epark, which ton.
mtinineted to anm slip of tleen paper, ljlng near,
and In a few minute th whole floor was wrapped
In flame. Tli third and fourth floor war soon on
Ore, and as the building Is vary old, ths roof fell In
and overwhelmed the Jewelry store f I.toin. Ja
ri.es, on lb Arat floor, nawtr Daarr,Dhotographlat,
orcujled a part of th fourth floor, and his loss
amount to about 1.0OO, and U partially covered
by Insurance, W. n. Meu.ira, real estat brvker,
oocnplsd a portion of the fourth floor, aid hi lost,
In plana and office furniture, amount to about
frOO, on which than 1 no Insurance.
Mr. Jiorm estimates bis lose at nearly 99.000, and
has an Insurance of IS 000 In th Hamilton and Ki.
oeislor lesiiranoe Compaolea. Jtaacsra A Cw., deal
ra In necktie, oroupied the back part of the first
floor, and tLlr loa I sa'd tj be f 5.000, and Covered
by Insuianee In tbe Horn Insurance C Ut. Tat.
tos's loss b about $9,000, and b fully Insured. No.
400, oocupied by Baixoo Iltomtna, dealer In gentle,
men's furnishing goojs, was badly chvnsgedby
water. Tbe damage to at t! proliably a-nnunts to
ll.OCO, and Is Insured for rfl.000 In the F.tna, !.ir
Claid, Rutgere, Continental, Fulton, National,Pao fie,
Jefferaon, Arcvlo, tlsrmony and several other Insu
rance Companion. The two bull iinglbtlong to th
Ross estate, and are damagel abmt tVMO and
fully Insured. Ry the fall of the roof of Ho. 407.
Jnna lllLcasisr, Assistant Foreman of Marlon
F.r.gliie Co. No. t, bad bis head badly cut, but not
dlngeroualy. A young man (name unknown) waa
tun over by New York Uoao Co. No, S, and badly
bull. He waa taken up by siveral member of the
Cisnpany, and oonveyed to bis home. A member
of Pbn-nlx Honk and Ladder On. No. H, bad one of
bb bands bally lacerated In consequence of the
track eomlrg In coll slou with a stage. The steam
engine of Manhattan Co.'kNo, 8, was at the fir, and
rtnilrrcd vty effective service. Chle' Englnser
llowtsn waa at the Are, ami although S'lfT.rlng from
rheumatism, h direct od th firemen la their di'les
mill the fir was eitlngubbtd.
Fma li HowARH Sraarr. Yesterday morn
ing, about 1 o'clock, an accidental fire occurred In
the dwcLIng house, No, to Howard strsct. Daoiage
aliout $100, and not Insured.
I'irk it 8rmieo SrRrwT About four o'clock
yesterday rnombig, a flte ncruned la the grocery
store of Jon V. Mine, No. ST Spring strw t, Tbe
b.ta! (Ismsire tmounts to about toOO. Insured for
(.C0nn st.i'V, end $100 on furniture, In th ParlAo
Insnranoe Co. Th building, oned by Wilush
llintmsii, was t'ninsge-1 about $100, and Insure.
Faaans Kaat waa run over by No. II Hose, while
I ronocdlng to tl e fire, and bad one of bis legs frac
tured. He waa removed to tbe N. Y. Hospital.
A MrnTtito wat bald but evening at Dr. Curt,
vaa't CLurrb, for thepurpoa of holding a union
prayer meeting for the enslaved, and ilavdio'dere
nrt more 11 an one hundred reons were present'
Th prajrna asked the uitoriosltl'n of Uod In behalf
o'Jniia IIsowh, licrsuseof his seal for the oppressed
God forbid that bis death should ba addd to th'
many sins of Slavery.
AT!-8i.AirnT MaTin at Ci ixros IUli.
An antl Slavery meeting for the p-irpo of recom
mending tu the Legislature, and urging the passage
of alaw for tlie nullficaUcn of the slave law, was hild
,n room No. I, C Inton Hall but evening. An appeal
to the ecple of New York, t) which was appended a
petition to the Legislature of the State, aiktug for the
taeesf-eof a'Teisonal Liberty Rill," waa real for
tbe benefit of the audience, and Seecbrs mail by
Aaioa W. I'owroj., Dr. Snor-otiss and cth-rs.
TiinKo-FrNtT. QiEsnot nairORK tub Far
Mras Ci tin Tha Farmers Club of the American
Institute, met yesterday at 11 o'clock, Mr. J. J. Wean,
of Jersey City, In the chair. The subject of the day
Fencra or No Fcr.ce having been announced, Mr
J. Bu-r-T read an Interesting paper, showing th
coat, uselesanesa, etc , of fence. He showed that,
according to autborltle on the subject, there were In
thla Stat IB million acre of enolosed lands suppos
ing these to be divided Into fields of SO acre each,
there would be 760.000 auch fields, rtulrng l'.'O rod
each of fence, In all M million rods of fence In th
State. Tlie cent of fencing was from 60 cent to $1
pi r rod i rail and post and board funoea, built at the
cheapest rates, hurt at most but about 10 year, while
stone fences, though more durable, art much mor
eitly taking the averige cost at TS cents per rod,
we have for the first cost of the fences la th State,
$07,000,000. The coet ef keeping these up
and Interest at alt i-tr cent, on tke
first cost cannot I leas than $10 710.000 per annum.
Tbe Idea b absurd of making a man pay half the
cost of a division fenoe whloh achieves no other good
than keeping other folks' cattle off hb property. No
man baa anymore light to bring up hi cattll to
practice of dlMhonesty,ln poaching on bit n-dghbia-s'
prrjieity, than to tialn up bb children as highway
men. The principal objection to fence wat their
liiconvonlcxoa bi working a large poitlon of the
land, and la transporting grain, manure, etc., from
place to place over th farm. They propajate weeds,
Ihe.ter vtrmln, alTord lodgements for snow dills,
cause dispute among neighbor, and deform the
beauty eg the landscape. Loud applause fallowed
the dote of bis remarks, and on Its coueluslon Mr 8.
Roiuniom t-wke on the subject. He thought th law
envied lu ll3,ed alluded toby Mr. Di tnrr,was one
of the greatest p'tcts ef modern barbarity and un
just law extan, It waa won than tha Virginia Jus
tus miUd out to Ostawaraai Ran a. He stated
the afflictions La hail encountered on the fencing sub
ject in connection with bb 8 acre farm In Weslchee
ter county, and ended by atigmatlslng the fencing
law as a pboe of hea'.herlah berbtrlaoi. Mr. Kiaas
uctr thought It was wont 'than heathens would
b guilty of. Mr. IUeiouu rclsted hb experience
tn tLe reclaiming cf a faim from the Hemp
stead plains of laing Is'and, aad expressed hua-lf
ttrocgly in favor of tlie abo Itiwi of fences, aud th
enactment of laws enforcing the conULeoient of cat
tle, Ac , by their owners.
Ktw Tokk Coiiar Mfiucal Sonr.TV.
The anniversary meeting of the abort Society met
yesteidsy afternoon at the College of Fhyaleleu and
Burgee na, corner tad street and 4Ui avenue. A bare
quorum, fifteen In number, were present. Ir. Ou
tix Wurra, Vice pTtnUctt, ptualded, lu lb absjnet
of the Preside ut, Dr. Dtuia. Tlie following officers
weiee'ectedfor the ensuing year- Prttiitnt -Dr.
Oima Wuits I'lce.'r'.MeniDr. U. D. tlt-LK-ut
i Jltttrdtng Stcrttary Dr. II, 8. Do was -fOrrejion
Jitio S-relaryI)r. 8. A. Pt tnv i and
rreasvrrr R. F. Kocaoa 1 Censers Drt. Hoaaaan,
Fisnci, t. O. 8mitu, Woonwatn and Vanaainu,
Tbe selection of delegates to th American Medical
Society, which meet at New Haven, Ct , In May
next, was leferred to th CemfNa iltntrt with,
power. On account of tb depicted condition of
th Treasury of th Botlety, and for th purpose of
remedying this vtl, th Ctmitia Jfeaera wen In
ttnictsdt) rale money by aneasment, if la rholr
Judgmutlt shou'd be necessary. On aooount of
ti Ulnees of the Tteasurer, Dr. Reason, bb annua'
repoit was not presented.
Kaw Stii or BitOLVKiu A new kind of
revolver, by mean of which twelve loads In tuece
slon ax fired from six chambers, baa recently been
patented. Two charges are placed In eaoli chamber I
the out r one b Ignited drat, by meant of a conduct
ing tub from the outer one of the double row of
alpploa, and Immediately afterwards, If desired, the
ki-r or eeoood charge b fired without a seoond
eoeklng of the pke. Two hammore are fixed side
by side, to arranged that one or both ma be used,
and the wssjicn, as proven by actual axpeilment la
presence of officeis of the United State navy and
ainiy, b not even o hable to aocUent as ordinary re
vulvert. Over C 400 ahcU bar been fired from on
pbtol without accident, and 800 auceeaalv shot
without clogging or fouling. Another nove'ty lu the
Invention b the employment of a (hanked conical
ball, which It Is claimed roduot friction In firing,
and furnishes fiimer breech for the firing of the
Aoain roaTroaao. On account of the 111
Dee of City letpector Dauvaa, the opening of the
bids and th awarding of tha contract for the re.
moral, for lb next fiv year, of the night oll, waa
po.tp.ned until Thursday noon nest
(aawssw- tettiia i aw saaa. .-
Strict Tavwo. Workmea ara busDy n
i.cedtaUvlnatheBe'glaa pa'tmeut la the lower
part of WsU street, la tha etn, Aranue, la fjvat of
th Crystal ralao Orounda, and la Dtotdwey, In th
vlcimty e Bde street la Broadwar. th con-
rreSc-r divide aaeh Ion of th Ruas pavement Into
tour pleota, and tan tkean Ujlng the Balgba.
Aat B Uk. Tb manaloa of Mr. Roi
JTttttuibt,eothtaVeenearBthvna,was thrown open last ererdng to a brluhan jemblatre
of theloreveof tha in asla, for rttloitra upon tb
Ju4 covnpleted pedntmg ef "Tfaalungton at horn,"
Dyttr. Roaarrta. Ilnpreasat th old famtly anaw
aton at Mount Vrnon, In H pa'my day, when th
genial beapltaUry aad a7temtic good order of It
owner mad It a we'eetm retreat for the Patrlo
and a ranch Visited locality by hb fello clUisna.
The principal figura b that of Wasamoioa eoo
Terslng with LATATaTTB. IB postnooU easy, com
manding and natural , tb feature and likeness
good. Tn Utenesa of LararaTM b a side vbw, and
net rtaauy teoogaleaU. Mrs. WaamaoToa b tie.
tared a eeatd at a taUe, with a little daughter of
tbe Crmt family leaning upon her kaee, and a
daughter cf BTtwasrr, th neater, aesasd opposite.
Oj the award play Oaotaia Waasn-oroie Pea
Crent, then a boy, now deceased. Tha scene le a
view from the plara, looking toward th Potomac.
Tke Undeeap and aunUgfat art charming In effect,
and with th beautiful river, eoen near at band and
In the distance, It wCt not eaai'y be surpassed. Som
gatie series are obstrvaUo In drtpcry, itiffneit of po
sitions, Ae. but, as a whole, It adds one more feel
ing of respect for the great hearted founder of our
Reysiblic, to witness him portrayed la the scenes of
tvtry day life at bis own home.
fVrnxxT Ci kasiscj. Tt official ita'ement
of street cleaning, Inst week, abows that 133 men
wer emp'oyed, who performed 813J' days' woik J
1.0)7 loads of manure, 8,171 loads of dirt and rub
blah, and R.70J loals of ashes, or a total of 11.970
loala of dlit, ruaour and aahos, were removed.
Tola wat all don at ai avpense rf MW lli, of
whl. k ft.t'JOUS were paid Vi in-", $1,019 C3
to dirt and manure Ctrtnen, anl $l.tM 17 to aih
City MoRTAl.nr. Tbe number of deaths In
thb city, for the week ending th 12th lost., wat
4T1, being an Inoreas of 41 over the prtvioit week.
Of this number, 10 were mem 81 women, 115
boys, 97 girl. Adidte W, children 913 ; male
$21, femalea 170. Colored pereoaa 9. Thepilaclpal
dovaes were I Ilrlght's dlseaas of kidneys, B ; an
gina, 8 1 bronchitis, ( , congestion of tlie brain, 7 1
oongcstlon of the lunge, 7 j consumption, 00 1 con
vu'Mi.ns Infantile, 14 croup, V debility Intan
tJe, 4 i dropsy, 1 1 dropsy In the head, 11 1 enlarge
ment of the beart, 8 fever scarlet, 92 fever ty
(ibold, 4 1 typhos, (; heart disease, lOilofltm
matloa bowels, 7 1 Inflammation brain, It ; In
flu mation lungs, II ; marasmus lufsntlle, It ;
measles, ( ; palsey, 0 ; scrofula, 4 ; email pox, 4 ;
ca uea net d"iuJent on climate or aeajein, 83 ; still
born, SO violent ctusea, 21. Of tUcao, wire a.od
9 year and under, HI ; t to 10, 77 l 1 to SO, 90 ;
90 to SO, 4.1 1 80 to 40, 38 ; 44 t 60, $7 I 61 to 00,
97 CO to 70, IS) 70 to 80, Us 80 to TO, 4 90 to
100,1 ; unknown, 1. Native of th Vnltel State,
90ft Ireland, & Germany, SI : England, S J
Prtllsh America, 9 l West Indies, 9 i Italy, I'olaad,
Scotland, Sea, Swltserland, one each.
Sam for t'rAit Taxss. Teslenliy the
sa'e for uopnid tatca, fir the years 1V1, 1S13 and
last, and tha rentstf crvton water of 102 and '3,
of the three upper wards, were commtneed at tha
City Hall. About half of that advertkei In the lth
ward was to'd, when tl tale wai adjourned to 12
o'clock, to-day. Th time for which most of the
sale wer mail will probably exceed fifty year.
Tb owner bav two year In which to rs-lesm by
paying the amount with fourteen per cent Intsrest,
The sales of property In tbe 11th and 9 2d wards
will to low.
Tin IIaixoon. Tb grounds on which th
balloon ''City of New York" has, for the pait fort
nl.ht been exhibited, wer yesterday completely da
soiled, giving the lnipiessiou tliat the whole matter
might prove grand humbug. On the outer walls
hang a rard annouoc'ng to thoa Interested,1 that
the grounds will l.s closed till the day of thaaacsn
aion of the balloon Floneer due notification of
which will be given through the press the tarn
card announce thot th ticket purchased on Satur
day last, for the ascension, will be good when th
ground are again open.
Withdraw al or a Tlat. Th play entitled
'! Three F.res In tbs Ufa of a Fireman," which ha
been, on several occaalous, of late, advertised at the
flowery theatre, and acquired, tn the eyea of a cer
tain class an Importance, from the fait that It wat
Intended to illustrate the life and death of Hon. D.
C ritoi tan a, has been withdrawn. Ills friends
objected to Its performanc at all event, until after
the obacrulra aunounctd for Sunday last, but the
manager of thaRowery, having postponed it sev
eral times, advertised it positively for la it evening,
and a disturbance waa confidently expected. Again
the friends of the deceased came forward and object
ed, and tbe performance waa finally changed, a faro
entitled "Mr. sud Mis. Peter Whit, Laving been
lU-orxntii. Tb Chatham street theatre
re-opexed bst night with Nlxoa A Co,' troup on
thtstsg. The house was densely crowded from
Iit to dome.
AiniRMAH llatnr, who, for the put f.ur
menths, during the absence of Pulic Juatlo Wtxsa
In Europe, hat occupied hb teat on tb Reach, at th
City Hall r.illoe Court, yesterday surrendered bis
seat to Its former occupant. Daring the time of hb
sitting be dlipceed of 12 003 cases, of various dt
ecriptlons. Tin great ball of tb t'ooier Irntitu was
crowded lait night nn the oecaslm of an tats resting
lecture ou Hindoo Templsi aad Custoail by Rev. 1L
Tar winter course (f lectures la tbi Hygoo
Tbersieutle College, 13 Le'ght street, waa com
meuce-d last evei Ing. Addresses were da'tvered by
tbe faculty, and tie audience, though not very Urge,
Tin packet abip Lucy Thompson It now on
tbe great balance dock for repairs. She will be
stripped, i ec sulked, and newly CTpered.
A MxrtlMi of th special Councllmaulc Con
mlttce, appointed to draft an ordinance lu reference
to the use of steam boiler In ths city, wat b-ild yes
terday afternoon, but no bualnes of Importance waa
Ino,UBata, AocldanU, &o.
11ai.lt Duanr About IdVj o'clock last st-
nlrg, Seeaa Moatiwia, a lair but frail young lady,
an Inhabit vt of the house of Mlaa Loriaoa Waive,
oorner of llmrton and M.rocr streets, wat batly
buinedtnconaciijeijce of her clo'hes catching fire
from a grate. It b feared her lojurlos wld prov
Lr.rr tub IloanrAU Curwtopiiir Lc
hsn, tn member of Enaina Co. No. 81, who waa,
as charged, sbot by WiixiaH II. Kruv, the alleged
gambler, left the N. Y. Uoapitil last evening. It
appears that bis wound was n. t of auch a serious
nature as waa Bret stated. Tha ball mer.ly Indicted
slighter alp wound.
Drrjj n a Statiok Bocsr. An nnknown
woman appUrd to the 9d Prectac. Statioa II wee for
lodgUgeiasteveulrg, aod shortly attar being taksti
down stair, waa found dead.
foUoa IntaUifanoo, &o.
Alucoxd Bold Robbmt. JAKra Ptoa-
xxtt, keeper eg a porter house at No. lttl llrosd
way, waa arrested charged with robbing Mr. Wm.
Wilmut, a resident of FcllaJelphia, now stopilng
at the New York Hotel, of valuable gold wstcn. II
b alleged that on last Saturday evening Mr. Wiliiot
visited a fnend up town, and etarted to return to hi
hotel at a late hour, but nut being acoalnted with
th streets he stepped Into Ptcaxm'e porter house,
and asked to be directed to a stab a where he could
Crccure a carriage. PerniiTT offered to conduct
Im to one, but whea they reached It, tt wat fouad
to be ckard. He then took Llm to tne house of
Mi. Wotn, la 40th street, aad demanded $8 for
but trouble. Mr. Wtutivr declined paytrg auoh a
um, whereupoe, as alleged, Fi.TaatT took the
servant girl aside aad told her that tbe et-angerhad
4euty of meney, and that If she would Join him,
they reuld rob bim. The gtrl refused to have any
thing to do to th matter, and (bowed Mr. Wu-arr
Into a room whei be could loek hlms If up, aad out
of tbe way of PixeitTT. The latter, however, It It
allseed went out it the backlror, aod got thrrugb,
a window Into the room, and then attacked Mr.
Wiuiot, whose watch, a sieged ne stole, and than
mad off. Tbe alleged facte weie made known to
tb po'lee, end, subsequently, fLCaacrr was arrested
and taken before Justice Qcacaaaucaa, wholooksd
klm up, In default of $1,000 bail, for trial. At Mr.
Wuaov la a non resident, the paper wer Immedi
ately sent to th District Attorney, In erderthat
Fumaxn may speedily be brought to Justloe.
AaAitrotn Fata rrtrr Case. 03
oer Wa. M. Katso, of tha Rrookli a detecnv force,
yesterday arrested man named Joaa J. Oeovta, on
acbargaoifalse prvtencoe, preenei against htm be.
fore A'denvau Bsant, (oue time ago, by Dr. O. O.
Dasusc. 1 he Dwch r aonueed the priaoner of bav.
lug awld!ed hlni out of a truss and bandage, aad a
swell amount of money, He was b-oug at befit
IMio Justice WSLta. wio cus.it.sd U.U ta de-feultgfbail.
Tin AlUatn Win: ronerviso Caaa. Thla
case came on for a bearing yeeterday afternoon at ths
Uty Hall FoUc Court, befor JeaUc Wnaa, A I
Ufwd, a Doctor named Jonw Wiuoti, on tha bight
of November Ttb, attewpted to kill kas wife by throw.
Ing a handkerchief Mtnrated with chavroform cvr
beraaouth. stt1 parties who were m the houss at
tha time disc sewed the condition of ta woman In
Umo to save her life. A large number of persons In.
J. 81. Sam, Jr , acted as eouaeel tor complainant,
while Mtasr. Edbtwb 4k H J. Buanaa aad A.
Haantow Ruvtv were counsel for de'Vadant,
Darin Btowb. (worn, testified I That be Bred In
the aame heme with th accused and hi wits; that
en the night the occurence took place hews r so uea
ed by Wrnsow to come down end take hi danghtsr,
who wa lying In the saws bad with hi ok, wtfs,
ou of It and take ber to hie own house: he went
down stairs and lifted the gtrl out of that Into anoth
er tn which yonnger child waa lying: he then asked
tbe Doctor to go and get a physician, whea th
latter replied test he wa a pbysettao himself,
and that there wa no nsnssstty to call
another g the woman at th tun looked awry
sick, and waa afraid tb would not liv uatll morn
ing I be remarked a handkerchief lying on her faoe,
parti y covering ttt on Inquiry sate th cause of th
cloth lying there, be waa informed that It wee aatu
rated with camphorated oil to strengthen heri he
than left, but . after returned, and atked tha wo
man where hsr faaally wat residing I ha was In'orm
ed, and started to go there, taking a friend with him.
Jostna C waa, of BoonevUle, Oneida County, reel
ding at the time at Browse's beiuss, sworn He rosre
lv oof-roboraUd ths teadmone of the first witnete,
but sUted that he took tha h an Jker chief from her
faoe i It waa all wet with chloroform (when the re
covered she stated to her husband that he bad drug
gad ber while aalespi be told ber to shut hsr nolae,
that ba would ma hear each trash I witness then gave
berth handkerchief which ti gv to tbe Dootir,
who wa called la witness did not knn whether
he lot k It with bim or net. Recorder Swivn being
absent, the cxaalaatkm we postponed until Wed
nesday morale, al 10 o'clock.
Atxrorn Thbkt or a Oold Watch. lf
Ttioa MlTuntll. and bb wtttjoaswa, keeping a
rigery in th basement of No, 111 Sullivan street,
were arrested yesterday, charged with robbing re
lit Costa, residing at No. IOC Wooater street, of a
Sold watch valued at 870. Coaraa, It appear, went
to th groMery on Sunday night, and after Imbi
bing several glasses of bad rum, It la alleged, was
very affootlonately handled by Mrronirx and his
wife. Boon after he left the plus, he discovered that
Lb watch was missing. Buspoetlng his host and
bestess of bavin1 taken It, be caused their arrest,
and Justloe tjcai aaauisa held them for examina
tion. All.trian Titaarr or A Hurts, it. Quo.
Ltws, a (leiman tailor, living In 40th street, waa ar
rested yesterday, charged with sb a ing a horse, bug
gy and a t of harness, valued at (US), from tbe sta
ble of Joexru 8. Cobrwxll, No. Ill Howard street.
Tie team waa found la pmsession of the accused,
and he waa locked up for trial.
Allxokii I'k xrocxrT AaitavTrD. Detec
tive Kustae yesterday afternoon arrested young
man, well known to the police under the cignomen
of ''Ovkney Alexander," on a charge of picking the
rocket of Mary I'earaal) on the Third Avenue B. K.
of a iiccket bo. k containing $75. Th accusal waa
licked up for txa-nlnatlon.
fiiicxmsn Al rAT. Hcon Hilft, keep of
a low giofrgery at ro. ui rourtn avenue, na jona
FisNreiaa, residing in Biier.ff street, got Into a fght
l-ftther, yosterdsy ateiaoon, at tie pie of the
former, during wh'eh I isssoas, It b a'ieged, ralsil
a ahotel. and waa alwut to atnke Kilsv with It.
whe-n the latter, it 1 charged, dree revolver and
find at bim. Toe ball psswl through Fiasaaan'
k'm, fraetiirlng It and shattering the bones hs
also, It Is alleged, struck Fissaoss a powerful blow
In thefacswiUi the weapon, knnctina; him down,
n-itne persona, who witnessed the atfray, alarmed
the isSiee, end Kn.tr wsa arrested, aod Justice
t,TMc(uncis locked bun up for xaounaUon.
Tb ScpFamrsnawTor Markfis Afturn.'
an. IbeSuperinUudent of Markstt, Mr. .1a'
Isviso, wss as -suited about 8 o'clock ysstardaT
morning la Centra Market, It laa'Jsgsd, by a mam
nanitd llaLiaox, and a womaa named iftrassw.
w ho were, on hla complaint, subsotpieutly arrest !,
taken to la Essex Maiket Police Cisirt, and then
p'aoed under bond to answsr a charge of assau.t and
battery. It b alleged, that litmus caused tbe die.
turbanc In revenge for the changing of hla stall, and
when In isg attempted to arrest htm he was opjiosed
by Mr, lbi-asan, one of II hla as fi lends, abort
ly after noon, Mrs. M. Uioaaaa appeared at the May
or' nfflor, and preferred a charge of aaaault and bat
tery agaliat Mr. Isvlso, alleging that he hegaa th
difficulty by Insulting gnas'y hsr brother-in-law, Mr.
Hatxti a, and after insulting, assaulted him, Mr.
llaixxea also makes an affidavit to toe aame affect,
Beard of Alderasra Jprlal ftleells.
Th Hoard met la Convention at 3 o'clock yes
terday aftcruoon, to appoint clerks for the District
Aid. Proa stated, that th Mayor ha 1 refusal to be
E resent, brcsus the Demoeratlo member of th
.serd hsd refused to mail bis Honor in eaucua. Tha
Hoard then elected Aid. Anas chairman. Aid. Mo
Brafo" said that before the Convention proceeded to
busintsa, he wished to lead a portion of the Session
law a, of ISM, relating to the appointment of Folio
and District C urtckrke, In order that th Conven
tion might feel assured they were proceeding aoeord
Ingtolaw. He then read a portion of the Session
laws of ljfl, chap, 993, fu, 812, which alter ovidlng
for the appointment of the Clarke oy a oonveation of
tlie Hoard of Aldermen and the Mayor, pre vide
for In absence of hb Honor, by stating, that tf after
Sdfjs' netlce duly given, the Mayor should absent
himself from the Convention, It should nevortaeles
be competent for a majority of tb Hoard of Aller
men to apnolot the said eletka. in the aaoie manner
and wltn the aacne effeci, as If the Mayor were pre
sent. A'd. HttM.iT aod A Id. Sraaa being appointed
tellers. A'd. Megrsnos moved that the seven name
be balloted for at tee ssms time, which waa carried I
and a ballot having been taken, th following named
gentlemen were declared to h duly elected i 1st Dot
trie t, J. II Ran unj.it j 9d District, SsucaL Uaoooo
8d District, E. 8 ami, jr I 4th District, Tune. J Mea
nt i 6th District, CaaeLas A.Otsiati tth DUbict,
Jons Warm 7th PUtiict, MiOHan. MoCawa,
The Couvtntlou then adjourned tine die.
1 s '
Iteard of Cauaellanra.
The Hoard was In teatlon on Monday after
noon. A petition from the Deaf aud Dumb Asylum, for
remission of taxes, waa referrcl to th Comptroller,
Mr Lasarx presented a resolution directing th
CominiUer to draw a3O0 in favor of Cutauu Mir
visa, for p'aus, Ac , for the City Ualb Referred to
Finance Committee. The President cftrred a resolu
tion to designate that part of Fourth avenue, be
tween 1 4th and 40th street, as Park avenue. Adopt
ed. The Hoard concurred in regulate and grade sih
avenue, between 102d and 104th etreels, aud to eon
firm asscss-scnt for building a aewer In 21th street,
between 8th and 9th avenu s.
A number of papere and report from the Roard of
Aldermen were referred or laid over The Hoard
concurred la th report to build a county Ja'l la Lud
low street, betweea Urand aad Hroome. Adjourned
Tbe Fire Commbedouers.
At the masting of th Hoard last vantug, th
'luarrel b-twien li.xe UoropaDy, No, 90, and .gin
Com4xny, No, II, watakeu uisaad reeii lei in the
suspension for twelve monthe of NaroLioN Lsstis
ana lain. 8. Oaovtt,biHh mambsraof No. 81, wh
Lrld lb tongu at th timt tne collision took place.
The Hcetd tuen adjouined until Thursday evening.
I.EflAL nEPOItTM MOXDAY.
The OIJ rottct Civet. Tke PeofU tx ref. ffeaf
tn rs. fa Poliot Board The Oeneral Term of this
Oouit hat Just decided that only ice fit it andelev.
enth pcinte In the dofendant'e return to the alter
native mandamus should tw allowed te aland, and
that tl e rest must be modified. Ths first punt wss
that U. p'aintlff was not a legally appointed pa
trol a an at tbe Hue of the pessige of the tlstrorol
Ran Act, and the eleventh puud waa that be bad
e.nc engsgsd in other pursuits.
TA trifle ex. rel I ttfrir Jfuri,v re. rr
retire Court. Thl action now came on tn the Cir
cuit fur trial, and the book of tb Fottoe deprtnt
were brouaht In bv the cart load, to prove tbe eu-
cuu llancea of the plamttfTs appolntraeut and ser
vices Mtttsll'aelsrk waaalaopatuiNMil'ieslaulas
to dAUa and .aitloulara. Tne oass Is a dry oue, go
ing throvgh all the old musty records of ths past and
I reseni police uoa-os, ana evoivina notnena; nsw or or
Interest. It will like y consume most of the present
HtjUUrtd Cefirrt Kdmri Jforrlttn u. Thl
farmer? Hant .NeriA Carotfaa. Tab waa an
acts on a draft for fiiti, alleged tu bete been eeni
ti tbe defendant In North Carolina for collection.
TLe plain tiff allege that tt waa collected and the
money a turned over. Tha defence Is, that the
money was forwarded after canectlon (the collection
being admitted! by regletsied letter; that Its money
wae forwarded In that manner for the reason that
Key were told to u collect and re rult." The plaintiff
tbeh testified that h had had foruwr dea'lng with
Us dafendant, and that they had always, at w usual
with all banks, futwanisd by draft, and that ha bad
not authorised them ti remit la any ot"ier manner.
Tb Couil loatiuclad tha Jury, that If th plaintiff
had not authorised the defendant to for a ard money
Instead of a draft, Its remltUuc calmed by the de
fendant waa m I a sufficient payment tn law, and that
ths'plalntlff must recover. Verdict accordingly fer the
Motion to d'uehttrge from arrest John FietJ
rt. TAemo field mnd ofkers The defendant la
thla caae wa ai rsett d some months sines and held to
111 In th sum of $3 000, upon the affidavit of tha
plaintiff chaigirg bim with taking from ths
insstsston of tne plaintiff, the aloop "Albert
klotards," by violence, which vessel was under a
moitasg to another, of whom the defendant wae
exccut.w. The affidavit charged that the defendant
k at w that the mortgage had no right, title or In
terest In the sloop, and that h took th vssssl vio
lently, notwithstanding that knowledge. The pres
ent motion was granted, alter argument, and the de
fendant discharged, oa the ground that the plaintiff
bad ne pri'eeeded In the right action I that his rem
edy waa n.4 by arresting ths dafendant, aod that he
bad made out uo case for arrest against him.
ImiUorii end Teifmtt.Jamet Zrbjira rt.
ierrwiawn leAwwier.-Thlt waa an action for dan
gee against tut oefeodam, tor th alleged partis!
evic'krn or th plaintiff from the premises Na. 100
Church ttrrst. Th plaintiff claimed teat hs hired
the house for a rvataureat, for one year from Feb
ruary, lKTie); that be bad entered upon hi butlnees,
and bad b-gun to do wall and aocumulatt mon
ey, whea the defendant cam In. and com
mrnced eictvatinu that wholly deprived
bim, titaluuff, of tbe uo of tha premises, and ruin
ed blabusuMse. He aaked $8.M damages. Th
defence was tbt under an act of th Legislature of
1838, tlie defendant waa sntttled to make ths Im
provewuarts entered upon, while the plaintiff wat
tenant I and upon that point, the Court waa moved
to dismiss ths co-rjilalnt. II waa, however, held that
that question of 'aw shou'd be resirved fer th Oen
oral Term, and ths case seat to ths J'try, wa-cb. wis
Ssrvrter Cawrts CT1
DetHitm Erattut A Thai tt. Jamtt C.
WMH Thai w an appeal a tn Oexawal Term of
tils Court, and was reported Id 2TUuof Movem
bar 1st. H Involved aa Importer twtacipal$of law
whsther c not attacnhig oreoJtor aoild Impeach a
transtVrof oV' property. . . .
Th Court now bold that thy bava, and granted
a new trial of lb cause, Jostle Bisason ef th
CewrtbeJowhertngndudedtbetndencaox to x
shartflitssbowrrsiid In a transfer alleged to ear
barn mad of lb prorwrty subject to levy.
Cm of Ueeseral Beeaisas.
WiLUAJt tlAsurr pleaded (ruHty to an aa
aaurt on Ton Brxae, Both partis belonged to th
1st Ward, and got Into a difficulty abo it politics.
On tbe appUcasWm of Bcura, tb Jndg upndd
awntenoe, and llastar wa discharged. Jaaas
Sam leaded guilty to forgery In the fourth degree.
Benteoos reserved. Jims and Taoat Nswrorr.
boy, eon rf a reepeetabl vHBow hvty, convicted
lest week, of larceay, were allowed to depart, on th
repi escalation that their friends would remove them
from th etty. Jans Howaan, an old man, pleaded
guilty to passing counterfeit money, la mercy to
hi sga, Judgment was suspended. Matr Qoirta,
convicted ot bigamy, wa remanded for contends.
Maaoaxn McAaata wa tried for reoalving 91 M
yards of carpet, worth $15, knowing it to be stolen.
The preseoutlon could not sustain ths cats, and th
defendant waa acquitted. Joas and J cut Matmox,
Junk shop keepers, were tried for receiving tour pigs
lop keepers, were tried for reosivk
and a oumD worth 8100. knowln
of lead and a I
worui aiuut snowing tnem to o
John White, udiated with two ether, demanded
a separate trial. He waa charged with breaking Into
theetoreof Erra Crowell, II Mildsn ljme,onOct.
lAh, tnilsteaHng inated ware, worxa too. Aner ai
hours' deliberation, the Jury aorputted htm. Us eras
rwmanded oa anotttr Indictment. Andrew Stumph,
James Farre'.l, and Jam. Oallagber, pleaded gu Ity
to burelary la lb third degree, on Oct. 80th, they
brrke Into th dyeing warehouse of Aaron Bteget, V
Columbia street, and stole shawls, silk dreeaes, Ac,
worth $100, Ther wer I wo other Indictment
tuf alnst Ibe m. SeLtenoed to 4 ) ear and 8 month In
lb Male Prison. There being no other caaje ready
fur trial, the Court adjourned.
Cewrt Calendar Tuesday, Nov. 13th.
If. S. Dtttrict Covrt. Ko. RO, H2, PC, 50,
CO, 114 84, 88, 81, 110, 101. 71,61, 16, loo, 111, lit.
rWrrwe CVmrl rtrnff Pert 1 No. 1IU.H(
9.139, 9, 1879, 85. l"9i, tif), 83VU, 1401, 9109, 9400,
907, His). 94il. 9113, X4I7, 14W, 9011, 9421. Fart
II t uchanged.
tauvtur Oewrl.-rsrl I No 4, BID, K7, MT,
0Vi,frne,lvTO,JT, 041,118, 899, 4', SOU, 887, f.i,
63. rartlll. Noa. fsxik, o. Ml, 47S. 626, 4W,
VJ&. XOS, USI, a-H), O-IO, !', ou-., Oio, ori, anj.
Common 'Iras t-art 1 No. 1178, 1110, Hit,
1418, 14.lt, CT, ltoo, 1404, lttx 1M3. 1411, U-.1, 87,
l.HB, 1HS. Part II-N.a. 1114, 11S0, 14.-1, UMt,
Moll, I4t, 141, 101S11J5, 141,19, 1417, 10J, 7S3,
iVoyiwms rourt General Term. Nn. tntne
raWd 80, 68, W, 84, C8, 8, 79,74, 70, 79, 81, h8, 89,
86, 84, W, 7, 47, 11, SO, 80, 99, SO,, 10, 88, 97, 99, M,
TiifTat Lkvt. Th Hoard of Supervisor
held a rm etlng yesterdey afternoon, far tho purpose
of confirming ths tax levy of lito, but In conse
nuenoe of an action prndlsg In relation to tlie tata
tlon of tha IIksnt estate, rwhlch It la elalTied Is I.
erupt, on account of belra occuj1l by a benevolent
aModation,) they eonrlu0el to aljouru until to-day.
A decUkm la th ease by Judge Lutt b antiolpatod
Dkooki.tiv Covwow Coractu A regular
nieetleg of the Hoard was held bat evening, and
eleetka bring over, or-nslderable murine business
was transactid. A resolution wai adopted directing
tbe City ClelH to adveitie fiv daya (or prop we s to
oouitnct a railroad from lit street through Or sal
stieet tn Itiuhvrick avenue.
Aldetpisn JaaxTSS offered tl following ren)n
tlon, which waa laid on th table! " That a 1 gatlier.
Iiirs of i eeiile In crowds, or squads for th mere pur
pose cfldlirg or sinus ment,nd n being cal ed
together In the traniartlin of pib'lo or, private
business, shall be deemed to be dUrrderly
and the rjolloe are rmisiwered and directed to du-
perne all ruck assemblsgea. And any neglect or re
sistance to en ordor to olspert from any njegtstrata,
alderman or iiolioeman, abali subject the offender to
arrest and lniprlaonmrut for a term not exoeeding
ten oej a, or to a nneoi n more man aiu, or uoto.
A resolution effered to ths eOeet, thst the Register
be directed to vacate his office In the City Hall, and
that th ssms b occupied by the the Water Commis
sioners, was referred to the Couimltte on Lands aid
A communication from th Comptroller waa sub
mitted showing tbe amount of moneys reoeived for
tares, Ac , by the Collector from the lit of July,
ISM, to 1 0th July, 1SW, a follow! I
InBank $ TB13S It
AmL received for taxes 1.841.178 88
' " ass-wement 91143184
" " default and Uttreat.. 81 8
" ' advertising 19998 8
Du redemption aooount, 14.03110
Total. $9,074,911 01
A statement of th affal-s of th City Treasurer
from Ju'y 1, 13, to Jun 80, 1900, shows th fol
General fund , $1 051 814 SI
Special fundreoelpta 898 814 7
General .fund payment $431430 18
Special fund payments 848 871 83
A resolution waa adopted direct'ngthe appoint
ment rf a committee of thite, to take Inte const to
ration the propriety of redlstncrtng the elty, and re
port. The object b to Increase the number of statu
Tub Board or Crrr CAsvAajiiw. The
Common Council organised as a Hoard of City Can
vassers, prevhiua to c immencing the regular busl
aere, and tbe returns nut being realy, a committee
of three ws apiiotnted to canvass th votes cast, ami
report next Monday evening. Aid. Sonoi rs, Daitua
and Me Nans were appointed said committee.
Kos CematT CtrtrrTT Court Calkivdar,
Nov. 18 Nos. 73, 81. 7. 80, 81. 8, 88, M, 88. M, 91,
W. 93, 94, 99, 98, 1)7, 93, 99, 100, all on tbe Uctsber
Suooi.AE IsjcacTioa Paoraannos. A
few Cays since, tbe Mechanics' and Traders' Insu
rance Co , of New a rrk, t.iok proceedings before
Justice Fox, to dispossess three tenant f.oru their
premlsee In IHvtsion Avenue, The f premises bad
been purchased some time before at an assessment
eala, try cue Ilrxssto Sataipaa. He Indue si tbe
tenants to pay him the rents Instead of to the agent
of tbe Insurance Company, and for the refusal of the
tenants to pay rent to the Insurance Company, the
warranta of disjieieeeeion were aaked for. On tbe
hearing of the ease on Baturdsy, an Injunction le
aned out of tl City Couit, waa served nn the Jus
tice, restraining blin from proceeding with th case.
It waa thereupon edjiurned.
The JcwTicra or thk PaAra. SInca th
electlen numrnsia error are alleged to hare bean
disenvered In the return of vote cast for Jusioe of
ths 1'i-ara of tbe nth district, by which It is claimed
that llistv p. Uianaau, lnstea.1 of Asiii.ht Wai,
Tta, I enlltli d to tlie certificate of election.. Tbe
matter can be decided only by the Hoard of Co inty
Canvassers, which inerte to-dav to canvass the vottw.
H Is also eta'eri, that lhe election fur Jueticea of the
1'eace Is made void and of no effect, by reason of the
name of all the candidates bavmghrea printed oa
tbe State ticket Indeed of on tha Judlcary tcket.
Justices Fox and Hints receive.! few votes, which
were csst on a rsiate tick) I. This will give them
ground for contesting th electlou in thb respect.
The ttrnUrsrs ef the County of New York, are noti
fied lo arpear at the Chamber of lhe Board of Supervi
sors, City Hslh en Ttrrsuar, Nov, 1Mb, at one o'clock,
te obtain the Poll Lleti ol the late November election.
It Is the duty of the Rrilstrsrs le complete a new Reg
istry for the lercrnilier Flection, from the Poll List
of the late November el.-ctlon.
JOHN CLANCY, Connty Clerk.
Bnran'a Sarwina UAoansu.
tea. t Sewing Maehlaa w .....$100
Its, 1 Sewta Machine 9fl
TheFsmlU Sea-la Markl A... !
Tb ramlly Sssbxg Macain. -...$.V)
sanmbt Gusres $1
lUitur lljtca ahd Dsoiiira
Are Arenti for
THE NEW YOBK BIT.
at Bteiou. fxaa.
ahtAtx. Caanoa. Dona aid ILujr Iharaa
aasaay sol reeelvea.
rear Jsi la Ftftr Cent reP
WllLCOX & (1BB1
"Hss points of euperlorllr peeiilisrir its own,"(de
moust rated ia practical use) "and fllKnesrer than snv
other, ad the require s-rnte of a FAMILY JeACItlolK.''
Manufactured and sold w hnleesle and retail by
at. 008 BBOADWAY, opposit St Nl. holts HotoL
. -. Family MACtriSjirje,
MXW BTTLK MANUrAClb'tUNH MACUInkI, J
rUrniOLFMtouftrturlnt.COM 134 Broadway, cor
ner Howard street,
Catakbh Pa. C. It. Marsuaxi, Lima Tur
slclsn, eureiCstsrrh without fell, by s new discovery
of hie. will receive pstlei.tist the St Nicholas Hotel,
Nsw York, ou Monday, Tuesday, sad Wedaesdsy,
Office hours 8 to 1 1 t'oasult free.
CAXTTTtl I CAarxTsl I
Greet reduction I Enelish Velvet, 81 V I nrussris,
Toe, ,, 90c. i ,ouo rds Insrsln Carpets, loe, ! ana.,
fsie per yard I Bass. Mate, Drussetsand Kemnant. of
Oil Cloths at half price. Look for llHteM AMUKK-
SON, tulrd dooe from Hester street.
Darkt a Tmroriiraoos
?s th Best and Chrspeet article for Dressing and rt-sn.
Ifrln Clisnlns, Curline, preservlns snd Kestoilaa
IheUair, Ladles try It, Sold by all Drusclsts,
FniEiJt 4 I.Toa'a Hrwiso HArmaaa.
Warraatrd te five better satlsfaetloa than aay other
llsi blue ia t'lW vsaraet, or money refunded.
N. B.-FaU Msiiuoun xv $30. No.tH IVeadway.
EucclABOa lafMaST AtTaaCTTOK! TJao
away lq one ef hla datJsMnjllf eornle psrts thb after
noon. IWoww Orao. vttud Melatat,tkt evu
toi, at Bma'Mueua. 'ihsoustof auiusaiueut.
BaooKLTa Aim Bat Brookltii Dbauoi
Fores, aa Lo.-i. D. BBACU. Uth street, neat
Third avessts, tfewauna Apply as abve,e;rbr note
throusb the UrsvAlyu C Jet Ui:e, wbuv wtU rtotlra
Desncrmtl ltowt,,,, anl C4Mttte)
TZZ"r UaOilfnt Tort, I
Th OevseeoM RethSS!!5Jiiiit ia?rite L.s
eousty of New "V rk. WSiVrtJIe2a!
the netees of the partr, and ihmiriZiZl KZtZSrX"
ministration, are reoweeted ti mtTSS ta'asoL A.d
F.Lrcnow to be beli In their reVSjtJJ; JflJt"
Wedneedsy, lhe lrHk day of nriSw LZXriZ
!"? ?? "V ' aoa ,',,or W v?ris, Vof
the election of rlva naumaTx from eaek vrirTto .
City tonvrntlon to be held at Tammaar UsH on
1?STUr'l lht 'A1", "X ' Noveswber lryu"t!
at lit o'clock P M, tv Oie pnrpos e7 aemlnstiae
a eaodldsls for the of of Merer, and a eaooWati
fcr the orrle of tSmneel t the 0-rermtion.
and rivs lunroirt from each War Li
a Oesnty Convention to be held at Tesnmany 1111 n
Fridsy, the INth dsy ef Itovrmber Instant, at 7 2
o'clock P. Re Tor the purpose ef aonwnattni a candi
dal s fer the office ef Governor of the Alms Hoam
aad rivs ml ro errs from each Want c a Conventlea
te be held et 1he place hereinafter designated en
Mosdar, the 91st dsy ef November Instant, st tat
o'clock P. M te Boniluete candidateesrovtJevoeUmea
for th respective District and piwe irxLaosvaate a
Ward convention, to meet et tne Itaeetw here ths pri
mary sleetloas are held, en Tuesday, the M day ef No.
verolier, Isstaat, et 7 X o'eloek, P. kU for ths psrsese of
aemtnslln senool orneere for the Wards and sisa
iiaLreatas to meet at tha ylaesa where ths Prlnsrr
eerattonaaae held, en Wednesday, tbe Md gar ef No
veeuber Inrdant, at IK P.M.. to nominate essdi4tte
low tbs tn oftiee of Constable, and rexiaoATta front
eachasiasa, entitled toelect npoa the basis ef nine tni
ewrB Wsrd, te Aldermsote Conventions te hs held st
the plaeee herelnsfter aeelsnsted, on Batnrdsr, th
19th dsr ot November Instant, st TW P sf f,e tha
nwrpeee ef nomlostin a candidate for the ernes of
Alderwian t and In eaee th Ward li divided la Iks fse-t' .
nut Ion of Aldermanlc Dlstrlrti the delegates shsLT
apportioned amen the Dletricts ef which the War'
forms a part, ecrordine te tbe basis of appointment
uriivi"iv nuveveii, ae i-Niewa, T1S.I
Fotiarn Vtaan-Siidelesstes te th Seeond district.
Siiva Waau-Blxdelexstes to the Second and tee Va
Hivrevii Waxr Four drleratea la the Foorth dl
trlet and five to the Mskth.
Trsrii Wsaa-Flve delriatc the Fourth district
tnd four te the Hllth
KltvrKTU WSBi-Twod.leestestothe Elihth dis
trict and seven te the Teelfth.
iHissrsavH Wsan- tlnedelests te the Fourth db
trlrt, two te the Hlith, and sit to the Etithth.
J,I.'I!V"JT" WA.,.Tr",0 dileiates to th Fourth
district snd seven te the Sitth.
I irtrrsTii Wsan I wo d lestles lo th Tenth.
rUvrsTrssTu Wsai-To delexstea to ths Slttli
dlrtrlrt.tlvstethe 1 1 nth, and two to ths Twelfth.
1 ha elections will lie held In the sereral wards, at
the places, aod under tbe direction of the Inspector
Fisst Wssn.-At No. 7 Morrb it InrnectertJohn
Btrlir, KdwerdMnrchr. KJward Welsh.
Buxiso Waso.-At lo7 Falton st te.pectors
Jsmee Wstaon, lessc Wllklns. albert 0. Wllllsni
'ImanJVssn At $11 Fulton at. M. l. Furtell,
Thomas J Kosers, Gee. It F.nslish.
loiajH Wsan. -AtClhisnest Jsmce Lanaan, Wm
Prew, James Ceil V.
lirrn Waii.-AIHi.7 Greenwich st, Daniel O'llrlen,
Thomas Itrennsn, J hn Kane,
Sitru War. At 7'i Klm st. Owen Kinney, Tunc
thy Itrennen, Ibomas Kvsn
arvtKvii Wsan. At i.i'e Madison et. It le hard O.
Grady, John McMahnn, John llsrtnedy.
r ioiivh Wasiv At Ii4 Wooeter it. Jehu Wilder,
Adinltoty, Jowih Murphy, School and Constable
Convention meet 1H Sprlns it.
Nisth Wm At 1WH Illeerker street Jswies O.
Nell, JsmesGrshsm, Stephsn Meesereie. Ward tie s
vent Ion to meet at Masons, earner et Barrow aad Hud
son sirei re
Tsstii Waan-At Nswherser's, 79 Ludlow street.
IhC. Doiistss, J ernes Ked, Wm. Ilnnnelly.
I LRvasvii Wsai-At t nlon Hall, Fourth street ar 4
Frauds Clsrfc, jsmee Tracy, Besjsmla
Twrum Wann At MeTasne's, 111th street sod
Third see, Somerset hennaid, Robert Thempeen,
Ti.ieTararri Waxt At ltssttncs, eerner Ilroema
and I'itt streets. lVter Bo lea, telwsrd Oradr, James
Calahae. School Convention, eer Hroome and Pitt
street Consist le Convention st 418 tlrsnd strset
Foi xvi rant Wsan At Cryvtsl, Grand street. The.
Ftrren, James llsvse, ,tohs Cswsnsk
Firirrsvit Wsan At Norrls', N nooetea street.
Ahfam T HlllTer. James fllbson, Fstrlrk Fie jd.
SltvrriiTil Wsan At Htlptn'a, 17th rtreetsndetb
Ave-Kbtard Dou.herty, Dealt ti Uraham, WUltant
(rvtKTiTwm Wsan At Vlchtel Smith, eornsr
llthnjeet and Fli.t Are-I'atrlck Bellley, Michael
Gomion, Jacob Hnittb,
I loliTrraril Wll Al I'nlnn Hotel, 9td street ami
Third Ave-A. J. Ulblierd, John lltualog, Thomas
Nisrrrrvm Waxn At F.a'en's, fW Third Ave
Henry Van Holland, Georse L. lleudlx, Thomas Leu.
Ta rKTtrm Wtaiw- At corner (3d itreet and F.!hth
Avfr Axel Freeman, Joseph ltrennan. Dertholouisw
Tw rirvv.rrtsT Wsan-tt Cotter's, kith eeeaet aet
Second Are Stephen Cornell, Cornelias L. Purdy.
Ilrorsa W tlsill'l Wsrd Convention I meet st li.
MrCsbr's, (91 Third Ave.
tsbiimmiks WAsn Atiet Wsl 48th street
Samuel Jones, Daniel Orlnnrn, Charles Brssriet,
The Or nventlons lo nominate Councilman will meet
at the foliowln places, resneetivf tri
4th Councllmaulc Distrlct-lrr Green, 79 Elm at.
Mh " InlonlltiLtdaveoaeC.
8th " Colon Hotel, KM st and
7th Councilman le Dletrlt t-Esiens, 49d st and 8d ae.
The Conventions to nomlnst an Alderman will
meet at the foliowln places respectively!
u a,ieirice-c.iiaiepre Ilucee.
77 and 70 Esmv st. Runts'.
Llndhelme, 41,1 Grand st.
Smith's. 11th st and 1st are.
J'nlon Hall, 4th st andaveC
I nlon Hall. KM et snd Id av.
lath M Kaeena S'M anrf fW mmm
Jfeselreif, That thefnsperters ef Primary Flections.
be sppolnted by the Di lesates from the several Wards,
and In esse the delrirstiorii fall to atree, a majorit
thereof thall arpolnt the Iospertnr
nyoraer oi toe leimocrstie Kermbiiesn General
Isaac v. ruwux.
if topnenivevrinn .
M. AMUBOoK t'llLCIIHInT, Secretsrles. .Tj
Aarlesl Order of Illbtrslaa. Tke nlas.
bers ef the Hoard are requested to b pueetusl tn
their stteodsurest tbs rexulsvmnnthlr meetlnjr this
rrenlns.lt llesdciuartera. 918 Ueetee it. JAMttl
8ANDKJKD, N. 1). JOHN TICKKK, N. S. ti
Prlra 10 Ceata.
I'KIt K 10 CFNTS.
PRICE 10 CKN rs.
i.r.Ananr ini r.rru'tciot'-l.
NT INIl V.IIKIftSfTinlTrf
-. i A-.ii r e r iAejiiM'n.
AVirii, n.t-eiil ..";..'" """ " " .w-v.vca.
INT An veeii-if.iAi'a
IIAt I 8' COt GU CANDY,
hayis' enrou CANDY.
HAILS' COlOll CANDY.
Aod by all Druesl.ts.
And by all Ilnisslett.
And by all lrul.ts.
And by all DruisUta.
HAYFS', ITS Fulton st, rtreoklvn. ""sa.
104 Retail, by Gl ION, 197 Bowery.
Whlelcrr made Ksuy by f 3raautaas Oasjaaog
theenlr thin etletlnff that will force thesa te srew
without stain erlniiirvtn the skin. Ftshllshed .,
price tl. R.G. GRA11AM. 1 Oil Nassau st,N. Y. It
Yosac MeaSItrpsbllcaa Oat rat Caaasalu
lee A rreulsr meetln will tw held at Heed ljuarters.
ale Hrosdwar, WeOneeday evenlnt liett, let Inet, at
iiooni n. it iiei ieiir.n, enairman. juilft J
F. BIUPARD, Becrstaries.
tYsbeflrld There win bo a Hpeolal lleeX.
Inf of the Memtiersof ladu.trlsl Home Association.
No. 8, at 103 liovery, on Wedneeday events. Nit.
18th, stlHo'rloili. It Is hoied thit all the members
will attend, as the ho.lneea . of the utmoet Imaor
tauce. JOHN COMERIORIl. Preeldent, ul68oiM
Ilallawayis Ointment Nothing 1 asaro
dlstreesln thsn short nose of bresth, snd nothins slvss
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day evt nine hut, to eetabllah a tsviporsiy hems far
ths poor InrhiUte. TheOmetltutioa of Ike Seeletr
was read and adopted. The home will be opened ta
those who show aduelre to b reformed aad teed a sa
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