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Tili: DAY AFTER THE FAIR.
fUNTUY SCT.NF< IN TU K MAY ARM >RY. Tik:,-<; ax ixvoirr ok j >'"?<>i n noons?ann<n'Nrr vi:ms or rKizi winnebB?the lt cky mm The spacious new armory of the 7th Regiment wore a desolate appearance yesterday, and the first glance showed that few articles, comparatively, re n ; irnoM. Manv . t those whicli had liecn snld were left until Saturday night in order not to deprive the tair of ita wonted cheerful nptieararioe but bbbbpj BBefl vesterday nothing that ImM eas.lv I" removed remaned upon the counters. Tue larger articles, such aa the baby-house, the T-cart. the hilliard-tahle?, the P'atios, etc.. still st.Hxl in i on?ers and along the walls, bnt all. or marly all. bore announcements of sale, and only ecivesl to n>ake the interior mure dreary. Here and there ?.in" gat in-red knots.,f members of the regi? ment, whose patriotism led them to im tease the treasuries of their respective eomnanies and at the same rime run a chance of replenishing their owu homes bv extemporizing grals-hags and raffles on a sn.all scale. In this way several of the companies added considerable sums to their already large pi o tits. All the retnaiuder of Saturday night and all day yesterday tue co mmittees of the various h.otiis wer.' taking inventories of the stock on hand, with the hone of being able to present to the Hoard of Managers s<>rii.> i,|.-a of the value ot what was loft, as a basis tor future action. Hut the task was too large, an-1 at the meeting of the Hoard last evening no reports were presented by the companies. Ii was decided, however, that everything yet unsold should be put nn at auction m the Armory to-mor? row evening at 8 o'clock. Atter the meeting, t donel Clark stated that tne delitnte restilteeould not be made nublie In-fore the end ol this month. Various reports have Iseen al? ii... v turned in, but grc.t secrecy is preserved in ngard to their contents, f,.r the re as. n that the . nipaiiy whicli makes the bet ,;.,i v,..g 1:1 it> hn.ii n |?s.rt is ts> receive the handsome s.lver punch? bowl offered bv Brooks Hmthers, and there is ac it.nliugly great rivalry amoug the various aoaa> pat.ics. Colonel Clark does not estimate tinifgehaj receipts at much more than fllHi.OOO though manv m tfwe memliets of the regiment are em ti.lent of mi lea.it JrT-.i.OOO. Theruuiorsth.it when iheatuiorv is completed the n>gnn?mt w ill draw further on the awe hats aejal gawd-wid ol its Meente by a ball with high eh .rges w< re ofaV tally u< tiled. Immediately alter tue close ,.| the lair Saturday night, or railn-r watcrduv morning ifor it traekmc after nldaiahl betete the visitors had baft thai im-v workers and the guard alone), Company V? booth WM the s.SM of a pi. -elltatloll to two of itsn,,.,t a ?! e win k.fs. 'I i, ( .iptuill Hclir,' S. '-!?e'e was ;: se:,t,-.i aa eieaasl souvenir iu the shape ef a la i pfetaiaaf tu ? 7C. tfogin al retexaa'a badge, paiutesl by Land, am1 eacaaad hl I heavy trame, resting upon a ?i.lid gilt easel : and tm L>r. .V M. B-ckwith a handsome ehonv easel. The n nth i aeaeenl artae of tana eoaaaay, bead by No. 4,790, and consisting of a diaawwd *< uf?pln. raeaaiae aa . .1 : ie !. T.ie Marat dj estimates Ita net ti talta at be>twaea #10,000 and 012,000, w/ith a surplus ot 03001b uiisoiii art so bye. l National <-o rd sword was woahy Major Mi ilptae, of tlie 7l-t Begin i;, who received 13.207 of the -j4 901 votes east, I ha Arm; and .Navy sword was voted to CBaflBB* dot George H. I ?sir*r, by L278oal t 2,007 vtrtee. i lie sword BbBBBBeBsfbf the 60th ttegiiuent, for thi uioet popui.ir lieutenant of the Nationallioarda, was woa b\ Lieutenant ?1. J. >mmg-r. of the t):h iicgimtut. bv 1,800aal mi 3,029 voh a 1 be sw afd pres. t;te I i.y B OOBljfl l it./. !:s. to lie votes! to the most popular orticer in theregiment, w as re< eiv.-il bv Captain Ai. Ii. ..J t . .s A. who nail 's.";! oof of l.'J?T vote-. The Kent rile, let winch there were 8\889 |..; am, waa awarded laCeloael 8. Uaear Rvdar, ol theOtta hegimeiit, who received 2,431 rotea I he v.tes on all the swords gad on the rifle were soldat 29 eecte each, tins adding to the luud 00. 291 XX 1 be " foundling." an India-rubber baby with a most woe-begone countenance and a Battle of miik, sas voieil hi ' aptal.i Ldward Brno, of I ompanv H. This doli is aliege.l to have bes'ti found on the steps of the building, ad, according to tbalageud mi an accoiupaux ing placard, *ae to be adeptcd by the bachemr to whom it was voted. Whatever its origin, i. added !?? the lafjia aataJ treasury .*.ui 79 danagtha tew days it waa bb exhibition. Th. doles' Tea-party, after being awarded and given back be Cou pan v r, was pun hascd out riaht, thus netting the (.'ompanv aaaeM B190,hiadsiitiaa to the reeatved fmtu the pr. vmils sale of subscriptions. Ilie huge pan of poik and beans winch wa..- given to Company H on the last day of the ta'r. after realizing 000 iu live. ..?n: ewBaa, was award?~d to Corporal S. S. Cl. ik, who "set it up ' for tae alghl guard, the baby carriage ot Caataaay B btaugThl la $040 28, and was awanled to Sirs. F. W. **eagrist, jr. The Staffed owl. for the MejHBBBaai night awl of the regi n.-nt." was voted to C. F. sutrely, after realizing 001 89 in tive-ceut paaaaa. ( ompanv A's diam md pnres have fallen ro the beiden oi tickets Noe. 5,194, 3.904, >1<?. 2,413. - -? in. 4,'.M'>7. :i.s>-|n. 1,801, 331, 4.304, 8,918, 3,933, 01, din. l.i 17. i,ii;<7. 0 8.103, 3,001 uaf ?.7 13 in order; aud the aiBBlBi aaiabars in < omnanv B*s iliatiMiuiis are, in ord. i. ?700,2,980. 1,878,1,283, 2,320,9.007.4.424 1,007, 1,790 and 89, luclaiiuislunzes.il I he rills gl .:\ can be ob tahsad until thaaBBBBC 19 at .1 P Moore/i \ Ni nej Broadway. After that date tiicy will be de claresl forfeited. It is expect d that all the jnctures in the Art Cal lerv arttl be returned la their o\vii. rn to-Uav. A large force will remove the goada, and tear down temporary stru. tures and partitions, so that work upon the lnteriorut the huiidiug may be. PABawed at uu early date 8EEKLSQ MEDMKBS 1\ THE MAST. t \< \ INr?lAN*3 IN MlW-YuRK ?WHAT TIlKy s.y THEY BAVi: scrrEltKBa-j" TALK WITU gUBIBBO BEAK. The three Ponca Itnlians now at the Fifth Avenne BBBBi tinder the charge of T. H. Tibbies, of (?maha. Neb., have come East, they say, to lay before the j*-ople the real condition of their tribe and the treatmeut they have received from the agents and >? -p. .-tors ot the (oiveriiuienf. Ma- hu-nal.-zhe, or S'and'tig Bear, is a large, powerful man, with loag bias k hair, fastened over the ears with small rings. He has characteristic Indian features. ITc i-one of the chiefs who went lrom the reservation m Dakota to si'.ec: new ground in the Indian Terntorv, and who. because they were not sattstied, were left to b id th- ir way home on foot. II" does not np. ak Fnglish, and talks through an interpreter. Z >u the-tab, or SVood-Worker. Ig an iut. lligent young BnBBj with a broad, bIbbbBbI face, from the Omaha i. servatiou; be is the sou of one of the chiefs of his tribe. Is educated, and spi uI,s gia.d Eng li-h. la-shta-the-am-ba. or Bright Lyes, his sister, is a young woman of medium height, slight figure, with pleasing manner and grace? ful beanng. fche speaks perfect b| BB, and her voice is gentle and well modulated. Whcti si*-ak:ng of the expulsion ofthel'oucas from their reservation, she said that it seemed to her like a i bbbbbbb of Longfel'ow's story of Aeadia and l.\atigehne. The Indians \istt.d Mr. Longfellow a lew days ago. bTbbb Um paaf s.,^ Bnglit Eyea !n gras|sr.l her by l?o haad. exclaiming, "This is Minnebahs.'" It is proposed bv these Indians to br:r.g three salts in the HanptiiineCostrt ta right aa lax ma aeeaihla the i i?aaAB)uiBTetedapoa 1 asm hp Use bsenaa agents, ! . . ..slot which Will Im- KOoilt flO.000. loeie w ill b ? no expense lor lawyers' fees, as A. .). I'opple t- i. .mil J. I.. Webster have alrea<i\ offered their sairleea Aaaatt 04,000 has alieaily been raiaed. tuongb fin-partV has only lieeii in Boston, where . . Ojmtm VBTJ well n-< nved, and mane two -m.it slope m hWebarg aad CbIbbbb. Their movements in Ncw-Y- rk are not i.eenied BQBB, but will Be under ti.e duvet am of Mr. Lincoln, of Boston, and .1 M. r'iske, of this citv. A private reception will lie lima tu Ihnes aa Blosday evening at Mr. F;ski 's beeaat, Pa**1" mwtr ita also will soon lie held. Ill ii conversation on Saturday bcrweeii the chief, Nanding Bear, and a Ihiiii nk remoter. Br.gbt 1.-acted as Mitelpr tel. I he Lotn . chi, I ipeahM . . n.s'h and emphatically 1 he follow inn is the substance ni his *U>r> : He tiad land on the river on which lm had ulways l..id. It w as ours. C-mI gave it t i us and placed us on it. Kvery man has a right to his own, and should uoi be deprived of it without his |ieruiis ahsSV A white man came aud told us that the I'l.slil. ill <i.il w> .. i| I u,o\e. He sanl ho Would take us to the ludiuu leiritoty to select new laud. If we did not like auy that we saw there we could go to Waahiaahaa aad Bail the ivesnb nt aheea)Hi They promued to ?bp u? for our land ami give us new land in the Indian lerntorv. ihen betook ten cbiets with him. He showed us only three pieces of land, and when we came to the last one he ?aid we musl ciesiso one of them. We told him that we were aat satisiicd, and that we wauted to go to Washington, aa he promised we should. Then the inspector said we could not go. We reminded hnaol nis promise, but be grew angry aud instated ii on out signing the treaty, aa he said tbtsre was t., in t.e a new President Fetiniarv, 1M77). v\? retusfd to sign it, and lie said he would leave ua thetW le walk home. We asked for a paaa, aud it was denies! us. Iben we asked for the money of the Indian fund which ho had. and for an interpre? terand both wert? denied un. He left ns alone. VW went to the depot and the railway people offered to take ok home, but a telegram earn.- fr >m the tn?pe< tor and tbeu tliey refused. We started to wals-through Kansas and Nebraska, living on raw corn and sleeping on the ground. In Nebraska the avent had !>cen forbidden by the inspector to five us fond or shelter, but he kept us for ten days. ?v went *.?) the house of Bright EjW lather ami they wrote out our storv. and if was published in some Western papers. We sent a telegram to th President asking if he had authorized such treat? ment, but no answer ever came. When we reached 1 ?akota we found that the inspector and soldiers had the people ready to start. Standing Hem and another chief were arrested and cootim-d in the fort ?M ten davs in order to frighten the people. Then the inspector called a council over the river, and in ihe meantime tho soldiers collected the women and children and we were forced to start for the Indian Territory. Two of mv children died of i ximsure M the way, and two more, including mv only bbb, after we reached there. Nearlv < verybody was sick ami whole families died. Now one-thin! of the tribe are dead, "standing Bast! left with a party of ? . in l tried to get b.tek to Dakota. When we lea. lied i he i imaha reservation we were told that our homes wer.- destroyed, and thev offered us l:.11 .1 and seed to nlant ; so we settled there and planted the fields. Then I was arrowed. It wnsatfhistimeii app. ai-, that Mr. Tibbies went out to report the case, and learning the true state of arlairs .!<?;. i mined |f possible to secure justice to the India' s. He s iys tii.it tho words ol Standing Btiu which amused him were: "I have coni Bltted no crime. I have done M wrong; and yet 1 have been arresfc 1 twins and thrown into prison. Does your (ioverniiient mm that I* DEPRA TED FROM EARLY TOOTS. TUF WRKTCtlFt) PVTF I1F A ODBPIBMBB rWMfXAL ? AN KVII. b<)YII(X>f> P(jLI.i?W;:D by a b/OBSfl MAMIaan. As a IttBtfl of the N"W-Y.>rk and New-IIavon Rail? road was approaching Woodlawn Cemetery on its way to the city Saturday morning, the engineer. Benjamin F. Fulb r. ?uw a man walking slowly along the track, and warned him of danger by the whistle. The mail turned and looked at the tram, I but made no ell >rt tu leave the tiaek. The engineer sounded hia whistle the second time and applied the brakes. But the distance was too short to <!a\> the train, and tho mau. Who BBd st.m.l and sullenly wate!:ed the engine'- appro :, h. when it was wtthifl a few feet of hiui threw r? Iiis Lands ami cast him? self ('own upon the track. In a moment more ho B 11 -'rin k and instantly killed. Wlo n taken tip i .<? iiody BTBI toiind to be badly mangled. Both l. g- wet- hrnken and t!io skull WM ; rushed in, hut :be features had not lost their slrrm. A burglar's "jimmy " was found upon the b dy. Tliere was no money in the poekeu, and tho police came to the BM ? fBSBSB that the suicide was a tlref win had ptVUBBly been friistrnfed iu BBBM ntttompted rob lierv, and who bei: gpeUBilesSBBdBtMBlMlSUlbllllg with hunger, had. in a poBtcul of dlBeatatiOB sought his death. Silhsco inn: disclosures showed IBB tnitn of this . onjectiire. , !,c body '.vie sent to the Morgue, where it lias be. u uleBtlBed as thai ol QeOCge -auim-ls. the eldest IOB Bt Lehtmn Samuels, who owns a lame slangli tar-boass ia First-ave. and lives m Kast p tHeta-os, I hroiign what see ed innate deprai it v ami h?ve oi v ee, o re Baa rteli deserted relatives ami Mends, respectability aad prospective wealth, tu lead the Life oi i ,hied. t.> serve in prison, ami to die at last ia <l spatr. While a mere sav he w as wild. laaab* ordinale ami ririOBa. His father thou lived iu Bee nd-sL, and be w as seal to a school iu ( brystie. st. He constantly played truant, ami sought such companionship aa he could hud tu the Unvvvrv among street-.toys of his owu age, and no teachings or hoggings ava.lcd to make him amend his halms. 11? eomntitted petty thefts frequently, both at home aad ia toe houses of friends of the tensity. Bit I at iT sent him. WIH-lloliK' t I! Veals of ago. to be Javenlh Asyl aas. After eighteen months there, (ieorire begged to l?e taken home, ami ins father, upon nis promising reiormation, received h:m into the family aaaiu. He failed to keep Ins promise, I .m l was soon Soul back to tho BayiUm, where he i retaaiaed for several years. While there ho was a soaree ol grea* aauayaaee to all wim had anything to do with him, and was looked upon as un uriihU bad. Being finally discharged from the asylum, ho . nst oit all fear i a fat ami sought Ins companions among the worst of Ins acquaintances, lie took advantage of every opportunity to steal articles treat the lauiilv-hoiuw in F?tletb at. Less than lour years ago, in the absence of the inmates, he robbed it of articles Valued at .*'_\0O0, BaWBlag the jewelry and silverware. He was tinailv arrested. and, isring prosecuted by his Incensed lather, was convicted and seateaoad to three rears m Smg xuig prison. While there be was sounruly that ho w-as freuaeafdy flogged. After serving his full term he reraned to New-York aad psaseased hiaatali at his fj thai - booeo, to hud hiflssell datawaed and an out ca-t. Meeting his father in the street one day he implored forgiveness, with many promises of refor? mation, and waa told that it lie would work honestly fur six dob tba be would bo restored to the family circle. Heaccepted thepeopoeitioa and r?t* reived money enough to support him until beeeald get work.; but the varw next day. in his lather's absence, be persuaded his mother to receive him ,:i .11in boaas by tbe plea of extreme hunger, ami while she was getting 1.1111 fo.sl stole her gold watch and other srtwln. of vain.*. Da was thou given over by tho taanly as bopektasly evil, li.s uncle, L? v: Sauiucia, ot No 18 IJeekman pl n o, in the taint hope that George nugiit eveu vet ?, ;?. formed, secured him employment, He worked ., |bW weeks ami then told Ills employer that a BOO" stitution impaired by confinement would not permit such hard labor. The trutu was that his mission for tbievbii had again |oi the asoenthuBey, Im a few gbts atiei. Kovembef 29 lasa, ho entered his father's house through the coal-hole ami stole some Silverware treat the basement, ami also a camel's hail flhawl from the ball. No uews of him was re? ceived utter that until bis dead body was recognized hi tha Moiguo. It is thuugut prooablo that he ami been let king bb oppnriuinty in the eoaatty beyond Woodlawn to commit baBaJaty, The body of >,uu aabt, whicb WMaaaViadlto remain at tiie Morgue \. sferuav and last niirhf, will lie buried to-uav. Bu: glars broke open the UbIIbi doof of Gottlieb Housmaa'i reside bob, at tba lateraoetiua al tbo Old BoBtoB Road aad WoodrnhVave., aa Bbtarday mom? ma, and earried away the artkdee of value winch tin y found on the d'.iiiug-rooin tsar. They drang several bullies ol wiue, ami made themselves thoroughly at homo, apparently, for several hours. ,\ solid silver pitcher, a plated pitcher, two silver ttBJ I and Btbei urtn les of table-wnie were among the things statsa hy thssa. I ho Babes saaeialB at Headquarters reeaivad information yesterday of the roblierj'. It was surmised that George Samnels, who was killed not far from Wnodnirt'-ave.. might have hssa implicated in the robbery of Mr. llous man s resiitcuee. If this theory should be accepted, however, the other theory first held by the police, that tbe suicide of ttamuats was aaaaad by hisde sp..:r svi i tin- tail are of SOaSS scheme mi burglary, must bo abandoned. IVOL1S1I ~L\ Vi:> TSl tJTS IS AHLRICA. A NEW f.'lA.V AND WMltKitBI COMPANY IN I.uM>"N ?HOW IT F.XPECTs TO HEAP IsWBIfl IN Till? COt'N'TRY. lu bbWBBbI mi the London newspapers re? cently received, BBS formation of a new company, known as ibe American Freehold Laud Mortgage Company, is commented upon. It la stated tliat the OBfhtB thinking Company is to act as its Vmericau agent. Austin Corhiu, the presiident of the hanking I .mpanv hearing his name, is now on his way home from England, liuvuig left New York for London about Oeteeer 18. ii is brother, D. c CsihtB. bbs vtsiU'd recently by a TBtBOBB reporter. T,-ho requested bliu to give what information be felt w i.ling to impart in regard to this new e.unpanr. Mr. i afhta cumpio d readily and made a statement eub staiiftally us follows : Tue American Freehold Land Mortgage Company Is m giiiiz d in London under the English laws, and is , ..'i.p. s. d of Btl m BSBfl slid BSalthy K.igll-hmen. They wrote to nroinir aba at fenatag saab a eampaay, aad after some correspondence he weat to Lon ion to eoaS> ah i tbo are <" satlea, I omv know ..: tbe matter muu lulef letters I ree lved from him, nut f expect him home s. on The purpose of ihe c .inpuny is to no Just what mv biaSBar hu. done tor tba pa*t thirty years, and lu?t w..ai kB* i oi Pin Uaiikllig GBBBpeay was organized to do _te ..an monev on improved rarm lands m ihe West, p, k - a !in?iiie?a ' hat aim-t gr- w of it ., if on mv brother's hands. When he lived la Dave apart. Iowa.ulJ friends Mom New England sent him BMaay to fa Vest lu secars mortgages, and he was so SSMSSSSBBl that the .i.ame extensive, l'wentv v ?? .is ag.. he came to New-York and cxinliuued the bSBBBSSS from here We get adrautaire of the uigu rale of interest ? .aid' in the mw State?, and cxereiaiug prudence und bbm have few isrum tbinwn ou our hauds. -m.ujo abjbl tit nine y.ursago a New England aaaes lutlnti ?a- lOIBSOS lor the iiiuic puriaise. witu headquarters at Boston, hut with the Corhm Uaukmg \s<o. i.itnm a. "ug as N. w York ?g"nt. The capital la 080, and good div.de..d.s have be.u na.d evuv .veal. Aaout w. i ears u^o a similar company w as formed n Ldlnhu. gh with a capita: of *1.000.,mhi-.i part only Lf Ti neb was paid up. The Csrsta Hanking ' iwpssy hold, some ot the sU-ck and iul.ua Ainer.cai. agent. L*?t V? ar lhat c.imp?ny sell! S eoUalUll.ee ur lolir WSSs uui.u.' ihe manugciurnt of the ci;mpanv_ haaaji_8hay ; V. d ihe West aad laapectedmam ol tbofsravvaoa vn . .. mans hedbeeu made. On their r. turn their repor ?a. so lavorable aa to attract the aSUaWaa of Fngiish iVnim l.la and tbe London company Is tbe r-sult. I ... ne bat the statements in tee London paper, are "T/ss? vua 1. "as - .-apifil of 81.888^888 wl.h SB issue uf aVmi.OOO. Tbe.tock Is all held by Logiish SBpUWMtS, ei.tLt ?iiii? watch my hroiuer holds. The CorUin Bank .aMudanv will belts Amern an agent, but tl-' cow ."uy w uave u office to London, and all ^"rt"" SS| be taken in 1W name, aa ia tue case wilb the Aew Englend and tne Edlnhurgn companies. Mr VanderbiltTh. building a new house for m^l'iflm Uttb-ave.. and the reaaon be sold out for II .Twltnn^ ^ " wcmMBav. tao .mono, L^haTtopaa tue P;umher. whra they got ibrough. lUetrolt Free llcss. LOCAL MISCELLANY. RIGHT- ItJ a ntcaraoi'AN canal, pnivn fof.s i;rt\iirn to thk fiust ro>ip*\t that pmtamli*hki) a link of 1ravfl across THK (?or\7RV?RXPKRIRHO op kak1.y tuavkl HH to CAMPiKMA. The right to build a ship canal across Nicara? gua is held by an American company under a char? ter granted originally m 1*?1!?. The grant was made then by the Government of Nicaragua to Cornelins \'anderhilt, Nathaniel Harvey Wolfe. Joseph L White and their associates, and the rights then bestov.ed have been preserved by the successor of the original company. A survey was made in the two follow? ing years by a party of engineers, of whom Orville W. fluids was the chief. After a careful survey, in which a large sum of money was expeuded. a route was adopted trom the bar hit of Greytown, on the Atlantic, to that of Unto, on the Pacific coast. On the eastern slope the San Juan River was tobe use 1 for about 01 miles, with an artificial canal L'sitj miles long from that river to Grey town Harbor. On the west of the great Lake of Ni? caragua the pro|Hised route followed partly the River Logos, which falls info the lake, and the Rio Grande which enters the Pacific (loan at Unto. I ne -nininif level between theae rivrs is forty-six feet above high water in tin- Lake mi Nicaragua, the level of which is 10:1 fee: ahovo high water on the Pacific, and 107*1 ,,', t above the same level on tue Atlantic. Theloke :s about 110 miles in length, pad has am aowtaao width eg r went v-n ve miles. It ? tie ere it reactVOtf Of Central Ameiici. and affords an inexhaustible supply of water at the summit nearly of the projected ronte. Beyoad the sarvey Httle w/ogk waa done toward huii.ting the prop need canal. At thai ume a tide sf gold-hunt, r* was flowing toward the shores of California,and if turned partly toward the route bf way of Nicaragua. With the consent of the Got ernmeutof tiiat country a transit company was formed. Called the Accessory Transit Company, which possessed all the rights of navigation and trenail between the oceans. Those rights only were reserved w inch w . re necessar} to build a canal la cause they bad basal granted under the original chatter. Byannewaq contract nusdein 1858 the Govenimeni removed tbeohiigatioa to build a ? anal, but did not deprive the company of liechwitCleu rights. Tue route of the Pacific was opened by the public demand bef >re arrangements had bean cea> pleted by the oesnpany. In the early days travel? lers were earned on mules across the country through a tropical forest. Afterward roads were built, stage enaebea were obtained ami a steamboat was placed on the lake. In fliese | itnprovenictits a large sum of money was ' emended, but the (notability of the Nicaraguan Goverumeui interfered with the aaccees of the com? pany. Its origin il chart, r required the observance of a strict neutrality, bni in the frequent revolu? tions tue uiub'h and st 'auilsiatsol the company were seized bv the Government, and travel was uiter ru,.ted until the renewal ol peace. Tiie operations of theeonipany finallyeeedea altogether, in conse? quence ol the seizure by the Goveniuieu; of tue coin pans'- stean.ataon the lake. The Nicaraguas Government soagfal inbocqacafp ly, by grant,ng charters fo French and Lnglisb .nnames, to restate what was ealled a "European equilibrium.'' A contract was made in 1 ??.">!! with a Freuciiuiaii named R Ily, ami Captain P.vui secured a coutract tor an English company. Tueso con? tracts were made ?nbscqnenl to the Vanderhilt charter. John F.. H. i>, nww Treasurer of tlp> Manhattan Railway < oasnaajr, and Loo mis L. White, banker at No. 4 Wall-st., were the. first agents of the eoanmny in Nicaragua. The capital of the original company was ftt,000,00U, but mat of t he Central American lran-ut Company, which absorbed afterward that com .'any and the Accessory Irnisit Company, is .f. "?.mm OP hi. I hese compaairis have tiled in the Department of Mate, at Washington, ciatms agiinst the Government of Nicaragua ainounling to 00,307,000. 1 he Central American Company mm tiled m ls?77a memorial setting forth its rights to bmhl an inter-oceanic canal. In the Sfgiagaf thm year the Senate ap? pointed a committee, consist nig of Senators llauiiin, Conkiing, Kirkwood. La ion ami Morgan, to investigate tbeee etataan. A aaoting of the direc? tors of the company was held in this city yesterday, and a committee was appointed to protect the com? pany's interest before tue committee. General Will? iam II. Wehn, solan Humphreys and John Elliott, the New-York agent ol the Washington banking turn of Riggs ?.V Co., constitute the commitu-e. LEAVING A WTTI AND FIVE CHILDREN. CXgXPLAl.NKD AIIsKM F. OF AS oKAM.E UuoK MUM Thomas P. Hayes, for hat last ten years one ot the leading b?s>k aud stationery dealers of Orange, N. J., left bis home on November -1, and has not since been seen nor beard from hy his friends. He was in the habit of leaving Orange for egl end days in suc? cession, ami nothing was thought of his absence un? til a few days ago, when facts became known which led his frhnada to think tli.it be hail taken a final departure from this part mi the country. Mr. Hayes is an r'ntltsfimsa a:?otit AO years of age, and came to this country when a boy. His parents, to? gether with several ot his brothers and sisters, are at present living in Redl ad, England. Twelve years ago he married ttie daughter of George W. Free ma u, of Grange, and established himself in business in that (dace. He had many acquaintances in this city, and for some time has lieen the local business a_'< nt of tue New-York Philharmonic So? ciety. On .-atnrdav nionntig. November IS, Mr. Hayes told his wife that he was going to New-York. His wile has not seen bitu since. Ho returned to Orange the fo.lowmg Mondav. and alt- r remaining at his store about ball an hour, came back to the city. No further trace of him has boca obtained. After watting over a week tor his return, his wife was compelled to remove with her children, ot whom there are live, all under twelve years of aae. to tiie home of her father, w here she now remains. Four year- uto Mr. Haves fatted in business. Mnee that time he has liemi careless both as to his busiress af? fairs and personal halms, aad has beea gradually lowering himseif in the estimation of his friends. Charles Werner, the manager of the New-York Philharmonie i lub, went to Orange immediately npoti learning of Mr. Hayes's disappearance, and made an examination of hm accounts. It was then discovered that he hid taken with him 01,378 of the funds belonging to the club, which he hail collected. Further tnvestiga tion disclosed the tuet that during tt.e week previous to his departure Mr. Hayes had borrowed from his friends, both of tins eMvaad Orange, amounts which will Btoaably reach 0)4,000. I Most ?1 these were procured on w Ttbl. ss checks upon the Orange National Hunk. One of the chief losers is C. W. F. Dare, of tins city, manufacturer of children's carnage, who advanced Hives aboal 0000. Hayes ahw sorrowed 0460 ol A.B. Walsh, and sold R. Esterbrook, the si.-ci pen manufacturer, two uotes purporting to be drawn bv Mr. Dare, for ahmt 01,1 NHL other creditors in this city are Meyer Brothers, Olney, Fetters at Co.. Haight 1 Co.. Haker, Pratt ?& Co. and Aiken, Lambert <k Co.?ail. however, for small amounts. o ie of Mr. Hayes's questionable transactions was bis informing the police on the morningaf Novem? ber 18 that hia store had been robbed during tue night of goods to the value ef 0800. A thorough ?ear< b by the police failesl to discover snv evidence in support of uis statement, but, on the contrary. evJu mad them in the opinion that the robben bad been committed hy some one connected with the Store. Haves is described as live feet five inches in he.gh', ami woghing about 13." pounds. Belg of dark complexion, aud wwOPJ a mustache. A few I years, ago he wit* one nt the tin st iN.piilar men in Or.ingo. One of his favorite Motion to h:s friends lately has been that he had been left a large legacy by the death of a relative in England, and that mmxi month be would receive a portion of it. | Many believe this, and think that he has | -in? to Europe to loo., up the matter. Mrs, Bsyeo said boa Taunt he reporter yeeterday: " My bnaband did ant appear to b<-m any trouble I when he weut away, though I knew that Ins busi nsssdinscaitises 8ns tod bins. Be never toMano af any legacy left to him, but I have often heard that ( be Mid Others that this was the cam1. Dr. Artl;ur Ward, of Newark, who has a mortgage on ths s ore, ami I now mauaging it. has tc.egr.udied to England to b arn if there is any tntth in the report. I cannot think of any reason (or his going away except his business i roubles." A . .Iiz. u of Orange said : " Hayes was prominent in church matters, and moved much in Orange so < i. i, ten y.-.irs ago. He went to Europe each year to buy glee's. He was ? hue-looking mail, and a great favorite with the ladies." J. H. Shea, of Aikln, Laudiert &. Co., of whom Mi. Hayes has bought goods, said that he km-w that soine goods recently purenased remain unpaid for. but ihat be could not stale lheamoiu.it. At the (nlsey House it was denied that Mr. Haves was there on 1 nauksgiving Day, a- reported. He had mmi bsaaj t o r.- Saao October30, and ail checks that had anew, cached lor him at the hotel hud proved good. _ iioimE-fkonr< timbling down. Thomas Durlv. of l.fltfO 1 hird-ave., is the owner aud builder of a i.uuibur of houses with brown stone fronts in course of erection in Third-ave., be? tween One-hnmired-nnd-lirst and One-hundred and aecond-sta. No*. LtMi l?lfwX l.tfAt. were enclosed and roofed and the work of fitting up the tutenor wu* going on Safnrday. Tho buildings?Are stonea high?befog apoarently solid and weli-boilr. two iron pillars in the store fronts on the ground floors rested on a bnck foundation two feet thick. At midnight on 8atnniny. when the ram-storro raged must hercelr Officer Murtagh who waa patrolling his post two block* away basasj n Taub. The front* of the thn o houses had faJb'ii, tiding an open space dug out between their foundation walls am* tin* sidewalk. The aide-walls remained standing. No urn- was near it the time and no injury waa done Skci'pt to the linn vs. The damage to theae a aaarada to a'.our *?.,0<k>. Tfaa r on and wind wi rr hlauied :<?i ili,- ;?-, idiMit i -r.la . PRACTISING IUIiY FARMING, nr.*. pmm-h's iim.rc rmirdf.r ? dr. wolff cn.ittcKD with IbuWOOl nki.lf.ct. The ease of Dr. Gahrn 1.1 Wolff, of No. ->r,l Tenth st., who is aeensed of having caused the death of a child, which he had sent to Mrs. Frederick Kanseh. <>f No. 47 Delaneey-st., to board, by giving it too large a feno of opium and sulphuric acid, was partly investigated Saturday, when Dr. Wolff was taken before Coroner Fllinger. Sarah Meyer, of No. J?7 Eig!ith-st.. testified that she keeps a kind of hos? pital, and receives women who are about to become mothers, who are sent to her bv I '. Watt. Lost month only one woman went to this place, and her eliild was born the same day. Dr. Wolff testified that the mother, who s:>id she was not married, asked him to tind a nurse for the child. The mother's name was Anno- Vstel. He sent the in? fant to Mr*. Rausch. \\ n< r. it bnesjM sick In pre scribed for it to the best of his knowledge, without seeing it. The ( oroner admitted, the Doctor to bail in the sum of jil 080. In March. I860, Dr. Watt was charged with hav? ing caused tin- death. b\ ituiprictie... of a p'S'. ante woman, and was placed under .flil.ooo bail; but the ease was n-vr tried. Mrs. Kanseh said InU evening to a 1 riuc.vk r< ixirter. that when she to d Dr. Wolff one days thai the child was not much bet? ter, tie said that be was s..rrv to hear it. '* Hot if it isi,.h|'s will." he said, "b?t her <lie. I have tune more that am not christened vet.'' Dr. Watt was found at ins ho ne in Tentb-et, yestsudajr. where he denied having made the sbwVS statement. He said tnat he never inquired into the patient's history as lonaj ae hia billa were promptly paid. Ho flnjt saiis Dad that ha would bo exonerated from all blame alter the impiest was held. After leaving Dr. Wolff th" reporter saw M.-s. Meyer, who lives in thebeeeosentof aboaee in Lightn-st. tMmt wished ba oorreel her testimony made before the Coroasr regarding the number of patients sent to her by Dr. Wolff during tip- past year. She only took care of six. she s.ivs now. Whereas on -U .riav -lie testified to having attended to fifteen. She knew nothing a boat Annie Nestel, other thau that she gave birth to a child tn her house. Depnty Coroner MncVYhinuie, who made an an fopsy on the ehild yesterday, found that it had died troui induration of the fan(ion.rannUingfluni Inlom iiiaiioti, caused bv an irritant of awedeeerlption. The iasnsodiatoeaaooof death was Inanition, The inqneet is to l>.> held fo-da v. 1 h ? police havo not as >et discovered Annie V >t. I. ONE OF T?E DIVERSIONS OF TDK STRFFT. a story op a rauosax umsotnrtn acrwaxn cIAMM R. kk.i.nk AVI) ciuki.ks J. o.SlluRNK AMt>rs riiK nR>>Kt:t:s f<>r a rtw mim iks? v<> rnt tu t\ rue. i el**. Will Street WM startled Satnrday by rumors of a s. riotis br : ? i between .James If. Kei ne and i a es J. od) ,-ite. It was even reported that the feud had grown so l-adiy that the two, whom mu? tual interest had made trunda, fell to puiuuiellmg each other. The cxaci hour when lin y met in the rumored combat could not bf learned, but all ac eontd Bgsajod that the place was the haiiway of the bunding, No. 34 Broad at., in winch bati bava oili . s. 1 Ins story of a hghf of two great M hears ? appeared to five their usual opponeirs m the nreaa of the Stork Exchange freoh courage, and prices, which had been draoping, o,aickly revived. It was conjectured that such an extreme gaarral could nev.r be healed, and thai the diversion would bode good to the " long ' side of the market. I n. re arere some broken who won skeptical, and satu: 14Ponhl Keeaa lightOsbornel why what doyon suppose would liapiien if Osborne should happen to stuh his toe ami t ill against KaOBO f It would be the last oi the Califorui i speculator." Another operator sanl with a jovial laugh: " Keeue strike Osbcrnef Oh! what of it f It cooldn't havs hart him any, and vary likely 0a> borne don't know it vei."' Mr. Keene w as foand at his offiee. His face bore no marks of the (badly encounter; no dust re? mained iliMin his clothes. He denied in the most emphatic harnst that there had been any alterca? tion. " There is not a scintilla of truth In the storv," ha Millennial with some warmth; " :t is a fabri? cation.'' Mr. Oab ?nie could not he found..u.d it was feared at once that be might have been worsted in the affray | that Gottati had met ins Divid. But it was said positively h, an intimate friend that his abaence could nor be explained in that manner i that there had been na dinscalty between him and Mr. K- eiie, and that as to blewo " Blows,'' he said. *'hlowa?between him and Kerne F Impossible." 1 he serenity of the market was disturbed for only a short time. Hot many nrokors, after the tale was found to be false, wondered riirioiislyavbcthcr aft- r all the rumors na-i not had a purpose. MR, WATEKBUBY'8 ( BOM B OF SCHOOLS. Nelson J. Wat erbiirv some aOllkl ago ptafcmd cnames to the Hoard of Kducatiou aga.iist General Alexander flhnlsT. Dr. Smiley and Christian F. Tiet j n. scIiimjI trustees of the Twentieth Ward, in which he claimed that they had t.i. de false state? ments about hiui to the Hoard. 1 lie charges were referred to the Committee rm Course of Studie?, ami are uow being investigated. At the last meeting of the committee Mr. Watet bury -aid tnat be had ob? tained a list of the female children promoted bad spring from PrrautTy sehe >\ Ha, Iii to Grammar School No.48, in Twi oty-eighth-et. near Bixtsvava. From thai list he had prepared memoranda for the parents, informing ttn-ni that they were aot obliged to -cud their children to that particular school. On er .---examination he said that he had indirectly recommended that the children be sent to Grammar School No. IK!, at No. 41s West 1 WelltV-elghfIl-St. Peter B. Ken nay and John P. Bodioy tesi Ified that they had received the names of pareuts from Mr. \> iterbary, and had called on them and stated that parents were not compelled to s.-nd 'heir chil? dren ,.> school No. 48. Ooorga Bachaaa gave similar tfiftnanay. The investigation will lie continued next Friday. NARROW BSC API FROM A HAD ACCIDENT. James Murray drove a wagon bekengtag to James Thompson, of Jerome-ave., altera load of grain yesterday morning at halt past 7 o'c lock, past the Treinoht station ou the Harlem Railroad. There was no llagman at the crossing just north of the de? pot, and the driver, asleep or buried in Ins own tnoughts, did uot see a gravel-train approaching from the north. As he attempted to cross, the en? gine stntek the horses, throwing one of them and the wagon Bgalnat the switch-house, completely demolishing it. The other horse was diagged ahum tue track a distance of many feet. Roth animals were killed, but the driver, who was thrown iroin his seat and landed on his net, escaped without in? jury. Two car* were thrown from the track and one was wrecked; but though there w.-r- near!] seventy htbarwraontbaarara, returning from work at White I'lain*, no one was injured. The flag? man was uot due at the crossing till 'J o'clock. SYMPATHY WI I'll IRISH AGITATION. A meeting of Irish workiugino'i was held yester? day at Hamilton l'ark. Sixty-ninth at. aaPJ Third sve., to discuss the present condition of Ireland. 1 i.ere wen* not many present. Addresses were made by I'. Dowd, J. Scully. H. F. Cusbinan and others. 1 be speakers said there was a cloud behind tue present agitation who li would hurst as soon as Engtsnd banana engaged in war with nay other E .i p. su nower ami would eventually rasaltis the triumph >if In land. They Ojenonnced the Irish pati* Iloans here, who. they said, looked for the Irish vote at election time, but were aaf in the :rou: Wdaa Ireluud ?vasiu trouble. PamalPl course met with their approval, as thev tuoitght it woui.iahow J that moral lore would never loiin a Victory OVOt England. Whan that failed the bayonet alou- waa am ffOUSES SEIZED BY TRAMRS. Three tramps last week toos aaaaeaasea of an un? occupied hojse at Woodbury, L. I., belonging to pel ih Van Wyck. who became much alarmed at their actions. They built large fires and were very reckless generally. He tr.ed to induce them to ' inov.. on,'' but they flat I v refused to go, and eceuii-.i to entertain decdcdlv original ideas as to the nullt ot possession. I i this emergency. Mr. Van Wyck applied toOtticer stiiulho.t. ?i Hunting ton, who visited the house, and, seizing tiie leader, Charles Fio.g-i, took htm b.'fore Justice Marfort, who committed him to the Snfiolk County Alms house at Ysaybank. His cotupanio: s then made a has; v exit trom the h-ui-e. lftintingtoii ..Ulcers ie port that the tVosals ale full of these teliows, who occupy all the vacant baawaba A Ml'RDERER BSOOGE1 FROM CALIFORNI.V. Dnkactives Rodger* and O'Connor brought y.-st. r duy from San Francisco, as a pnsnner. William Burke, alias Staeey, who. on June 10, 10T7. mur? dered his mistress, Alice ritrickland. in this city. He was arrested three weeks ago by the San Fran? cisco police. Burke was locked up in the MalheaiJ Street Police Station. He is under indictment tor murder, and will be brought before the District Attorney co-da v. " Peter, what are you doing to that boy V asked a scuooimaatcr. "He waa led to know it you take ten from seventeen how many will remain ; I took ten of his apples to saow Mm. and uow be wants me to give "em back." * Welt, why dont ran do itl" ' Cos, sir, be would forget bow aisuy are elU" THE CO?KTa flVIL NOTE*. In the suit of Stephen I>. Nohn against the Brooklyn City and New-town tt u.r.nid 1 mnpsiiy, as re iMirtcti in loeiansi's Tbjbcbb the ?m ? <i verdiri of the Jury r? udereii yes'erdsy morning, awarded s>3.<?00 dam agi ? t?? ilie phtiutifl. Judge, Reynolds, In the City Court of Hrook Ivn, yesterday granted a dcrree of utmdute divorce In the tu'l ef Froderlca nuckdnlz against Jacob r.uek'iniz ?mi the ground of in ft teilt v to marriage vowe. Tbey were man ;?.'?! < >rl?hi r -I. 1-7 1. PBCIIIOflll DHL fl. Supreme Court ~ Chamber$ ? \\v Judge Daniels.? Blske ???. Pnnlan -'irr me.a.irsnd'iaj la the ma'ter of Le mat, et?:?onlet grant*))!. ^untriori'ouri?Sueciat TVrm-Rv Judge Speir. ? Watson art. Be-Uow -See memorandum Taner sgt Van Tseseh el al. - Or ler drtir ui tu.tlun. Aroty aat. Ferguson n ai -1 o'lrrtactnc anpiovni. Kaimts act. Klae.ow, - Inder tilin* aupr 'Ted. Frit sgt Austin-< irdered ..n *p> e.al ea en rtai for Frida v. liei-ember .'?'?? I- ?ik aal- < nrlsloiar ei si? Order ef diaaaalhieaane -oilman set. uirkei et si.?order of pitnlii-stioii rrsaied McKmhln Sgl, smith. -Order rramtoa aioUeU with 9.0 i osl*. Uayii'i agt. the Mayor, etc.?order of iisronriarunre. the >', w \urk (iusranft and Indemnity 1 'i.i anr s*t-Oleesoa etsl.-order reversing Jiidgnsent and oi '? tin/new trial. Wlnn rt >.. agt CtweBVj the Nat.?mal Hark Hank art. Field Kl. bet sagt. Htgelnw . Moorewnxl sat. Knvder ; Park? ?gl nalen ; -tiivTeaaut axt. Matthews, an deraou act. linwer.?Orders kraulest. CBBsBBM I'l'o*--oil iBTsB BV Judge Beach.? In Ii.e mutter of the uceouuting of Puters. s.-e mrinnrau duui oa nie. Bv Judae Van Iloesen.- Bird and another agt. James et iL ? Uenort routi. med. en- inn i'ni *noin-r a.-? Ini-s.-i ?I .? Kgttl ailowuu.s grunted, nilleck aud another agl. Kre.'t et al. Molion ir.siited. Mi "i* Court?' 'hawhen? Bv Judge Sheridan.? Tracy sat. Plnckney-Pro? eedhiga diainw.ed wahotlt rusts. W'lliher auf. Wnlia. Mol.ou araoied *nd order ? nrned. ronr air Minndgr. Bishop set. Wl .terboitom ; A ntrews sir:. Berts the Nstliiuai Prtnti.nr < ..mpany a*" Matthew*. Mar pnr asrt. iMiyle.- Motions irrauted. Ileaae as-t I'?r??.-i.r?iii e?l tlT .!? .1 . KpsrelD mfl. Ile-.v? I ll.nl |ut'v |>ln?-lin<l dismissed. IK hot sat. Wye <off.?-t i? granted, lioid'teia ?g* Man ns ? i oiiiplmaf ?nsn.is^.l unleaa IMM srn . .in pll?l with. l orn, tt a*t MriinUuf.T. ?MoUoq Uruird alio ?10 eoete. WhitliN k agl. "-tau.lsr i ?M?llen il?teil. Brock agl 1. .?.?. -Moiion deiil?l um. <. terms are . ..r. ;. ied ?ltn. Iloit act Merita, flraalai'ta dufaBitaal sti|>uUn...' out to sue. Whaleu art. uulnUn. ? Idsluissed. Bv J u!r? -lanoit.?Meyer aat. Oiles ; B'rnstein aat l/wro; Burns agl. ilaiiit ; Bu?ti agt kieunedj . C'oura agl Coliea.? becUlona auti orders Bleu. CALBVDAM KOR K09DAT. ?crtrVF. rcarar -rnaHBr.ae-Bra.lv. I ? OBaH opens ?t IOiBDa. at. < alaadar eaflad at 11 m. m. ?Baa n 'h. '>.i 16,8 , ?7. Ml dB, Bl h, 100, loft. 110 lift. 127, IM l?l, 147, m;i. 1*4. 1 t, IBS. [ob, 174, i 7ft, 1 h:|. I hi, .-ft. ist, i m, ION, aiO, 213, 239, -:?.i. J.i.l. ^.14. .'a>. .'4d, ?-?47. J4a. -'40, -'al. ?j.,3. ?jsi. 'j:.:., J6ii. j.'?7, j:.-. .r,.i. mi. or.Nk.iiaL I kkm?Adjourned uit111 Decemtier 10. m'l.ai l IHM?Barreil. I court opens al 10-30 a tn. - tiemmrsrs. ? Noa. 72,*4. 6H faiw and Fart. \..s. :!!". 1 l<?. 17s. m. Hilft. Ml, ITU, na. BWB, 103, xj'j, ajj. I0B, 37'J. 7'.. 70, 3&B, ?7. 300, M* M*\ ?W. ?>?>:?. b7l i lie i IT ? Pakt 1 ? Van Brunt, J -s enr'open- it'o-toi m. -Nu?. i?im. HU i;?:. 74il, jj.-..I. j.-nt. -j.'.ftj- tSBB, itil. 1391.13101.1033,1447.1003, KMM, l&gl, 1567. 1S7&, lOOB. 1301. 7 I j.I4. *Tft. lti*n llTf. i'art 11 - laiwrenee. J -1 ouc open* at l?. loa. m.?Case nn. No 447 - Aliraliarus agt Kensou. No dar ea .'Oilsr. I'aui III ? linnoliiie. ,f -i oiirt ..liens at 10:30 a. lU.-Noa. 131?, liVtS, 1047, 103B, 1030, Ifkyl, 1031, 1040. lrttt. 1441?. Iili.? inn-, lew JIJ7. lOBO, 17o7 Irtao. Ii.Tl, r.'iai. r.'W?. 1374.3137, 1381 3370, ^77, 1(130. l"U:i. lllS'b, 4J0. U.n. 17U. mm. i.-,.s.v, ii'.ni. imi. i-jtT. i .v.l. Ml, 1073, ?3031*, l&bb,078, 163'J. li?t?. U77. :47.?. 10/38. 1043, i74 i M'l'IRloa UOOBT?tiBBBBAl TERM.-Art|ourned ?ine d.s. -ri. iAt. 1erm?Mneir J.?l omt atwaa k,f IB ?. at>-Calaa ? ?si .-.... .1 .if .. a. ii. - v.l. 17 ad, 'J, 4. 10. i.', 33. 3?. 4a. 44. 14. 4'J. 48, 1 i i'biai i kum?Pakt i?OarHa C j. Pearl opens at 11 a, m.? Case on. v... >.'i.V ?Il.-ss act. linen. No e.ay raJenilar. Paiit ii -AiUuurr.efl until DaeeatBar 18. Paiii lit Madaaioa, J.-i u.irt opens at 11 ?. tn-Voa 381, ?-?08, V.)1*, 370. 449, oo7, 47'J. hi!7, 03", aiu, 388,73. ? i i.mmos Pi.RAS-o-NFRAt. ttbh.?Ad'onmed for the teim. araciAL tbbh?.Vaa Hoean. J, -Cearrt easaa at n a. m.? .v.... 1.1..;. i . m i ERM-r. p. r aiv, c. J -co 'rt opens at XI a> m. Bea. 1-. 27 4. .. IB, 11. SB, 33, to. 31. 19. i bai, tibb r*arI ianwaara J.?Caanepeaa at ti*. m.?i'??e on. No.'-'U : ? K.:::e act. ?iB Thira Avenue P.ul roait < aaraaay Veeatjealeastar. Pii.r (I?BaaalL at.?Oonrl ..i.ena at 11 a. m.?Noa. Il!?, 1108, SIS. 1J.im. 1141?. 1?44. l Jlld. IIS.",, l'Jii. Uiet. 1J00, ion8, 1148, i11 ft. M ...im: rutST-TiUAL Ti s'i-Part f?Alkrr. J.-rourt affaa?a* 10a. bl-5ea. 443.38 7 361. ?-s, o-s;,;, j.tjij, 3343, 41.1. 114. 838, 141. 14^. -.'?17. 388, ^ti't. Part 11?M.-a.um. J.?Court apaas at 18 a. m - No*, .isiej. 84 Siaa,13L 331,8,617 37a<a 3o8j 168, BOOB, l.'.o-,. !l7t. 1501, tSVl, 113,3368 1870 3-703818, 3233<a, 3373. 4088, '.<4H. t-attr lli-iloepp. J.-i'enr' onens at 1> a. m.-Noa. 1H13, asag. iinio, awM. 3023. saat. 3H0. W9, 330. 834. 3141. J7 '. 3371. 888, W7, 401. 404. too. so7. an ha., rsrjsaiorss?I'aSi I? 1 owing. J -T:.e People igt. Haah ' lark. Charles K. Khroefederfar. a ante? DerasBy, Jamea M.rer JaeaB CBrkaBaaa, hoauasda, Joarpo Voikeruer, Mai y VoikaaMS, aitm.nlst. rtnir poi-on witu Intent tu kill, Nelie Thompson. Marv Noimn. dlsonlerlv eooduet. Pakt 11-iFinleisieete. j.?Tue people aat. WPIlsm Keatmr. Battaetaata ? Hvhiuuek. Mtehael Adams, t-.om Ids .- Mn-Uaol l imes. Patrick i Irne*. ronnerv . Joseph l.aviska. Thomas 11. Beast, I tiouias >hea. fcitwanl KeOsVSMU, BBBBsBBaaa. ? in 1 aaO BSttSfy John ? ??nneis, (isud ..rrepy . Ulchanl v. al en. larernr Irom the person. otfsasp Trrmiskk. ?Liaineif. J.-Uit Teople agt. Peitro Baiho. houiicnao. " VMiat the (iickena do vou call yonr mule Inn * r r* anted a toiirt-t of a Western ream*rer Wall." said the mterrogaied, "it's the uigh inui> or IBS par. an' I tuk IBS name . nt'n the fccripter?An' a aigh aas "?[Pikes' P'uk PeW-flpener. A I'osf.r.?Maud : " Mamma, trhere do peo? ple go o win u t :.??)? diel" HstS Si ft i "Oh, you must not aek <uch tpiestions, dear : von wi'l understand all ? fiout It when yon are older." Muni .after thinking it over t.<r seoae minutes) : " Mamma, do you know all about it t"? [Harvard Lampoon. Din ?ac?B. Fancy Articles FOR HOLIDAY PRESENTS, DtCXDDTJta AN' T KN r and MODt-BN BRASSES. B.li'NZES. VAMU-s. CL'U'Ka. W a TCI 1 KS. OPERA OtAABBSB, L!CATHEIl liOODS, JAPANESE WARE, And a rtTLL BBBOBThThflrT sf PSRFUMERY, COMBS. BBUBtUB, BTBBfTBB .ti . AT POPl IaAK VXH 3>. A. T.Stewart & Co., BROADWAY 4TH-AVE , ?TU AM? I0TII ?.T?*. ARISIAN FLOWER CO, Offer a choice seierUon of FRENCH PATTERN BONNETS AND HATS and P.U-k Frenrh F!owers. Fancy and ostrich Feathers. >ovi:i.rii:? i > *'FLORAIi I.ARMTIRr?i?? for WcdiUoa Rah and F.venlng t'ostames. TUOI'K AL IsBAf Pl.ANT-s 4M) BOI lit KT?.," For ja BOI nieKEs. VABBBsal baskets. TIIH PAXniAJI FLOW KK ( O 2f* East 14ll) sr.. 4 doors west of ^Diversity place, N. V. I. MEWE1WTEIJV, Prop r, U Uue de OtaBJ, Pails. T X)Y8 IN GREAT VARIETY AT TUK ? Utl.UltK.N S PARADlsK. ?20 BBOAOWAT, ?ext h.ock ?lu ve sTKW A RT*S. LEWIS P. ITBUAL'*. C?inlcr tU'sorts. IV'AM'O FUtlNK. Waldo. Fla.-Highi-st and if healthleol point in Florida First elaa* m i ouuuo-'ailolis an., moderne pin es Hotel ojien DM L Apply to D. A. croweii, propnewir. tioaxo and lioome W-st 8id?j. \SM.M.ri nriv.ifc ABBericBm fatally will let one or two cnaneclii.*: Pirn.slie.l !<? ? 'Ma, wdaoul hnunl. in aeuileinen only not aad ?1IJ water, c'osets. 4r.. house and furniture Ars. chiss. 2lo v>?i .nun at.. ue*r 71 hsTw. DARTIES -Hireling fmai mental or aervoas M iheesses ran 1.ad roed BaaM stnl MBMt stteut.outn a pr.vsto .anil V A.ldiesa l.X l'h 1U L.N' E, lr.h.ue I plowu OOee, I,-'.'is f'roaslway_ f H-ST., " WEST, No. 50 - HundM.niely tarn nhi d rontns irithmi; hoard , s.eo haaemrnt otUi r. ?>w WEST 12 rH-ST.?Third Man fnmt ?)0 wii li M.ar.t. Miitihle or ieiiii. nisn and wha or two singleaenOemea ubleen-en.nl leims eiailerate. ?)m) WEST 2iST-8T.?FrirnlshetJ rooms , ^.?w with ursi class hoard . refereacea. 1 F is- I Iv ANICK laafk room to rout on second floor tooueor I wo ffentl.-n.eii . In 2M a aft, uear Msitisao svs. AUdnss HoMK. Box 88, li.hnao 1'idov/n ofllce. 1,238 Broad way. ?J* EAST _? <?I H-> ! o( rooms on ? I I 1. .1 it- or front. else two perlote, wllb pnvaio tstile U OesHrsd; lefi neaeifc_ ?>w K AS I' ?J'.'TH->T.-^f.?tnl s' ?rv fniiit ? 10 l.olu :??!. 1 11. 1_ I I i. \.- l' l-sTM-ST -Ku. uisiied rooms with ~4 1 fatvata irsasB nmiii BBaa, uesuby h-ime. ill'... rate pn ? ?> i-fe-euces._ mEAS I' 40TH-ST., nrar La xington-ave. ?TO i. KT-A furuislnv! fl.sir tu two geatiemen. of SaattaBBsS sn.1 wife tor hieis -iirep'ng, In a small private fain, y 1 rvoius Urs? aud di-airauir. Board and Kooms Wanted. ? il N I l.i.MAN and two ladies wnnt a plaeaa>nt home, uoiivsniunl of aaeeas 10 the 0U7. A4 eres?, sfi in? a> enreiu-statioTis, leruis, sad Bins fiL-ui City "ill VIM EM, 1 rtlfUBe ottlce. A ^mn6fm<m3. ACADEMY OP IIOTIC. TWENTY s>K.< OND NIUHTOPTIlF. ?mif R(MIO"l TO NIOHT i XiMiri Der. <*. Uq-'riMr ? ?i>?ra? 01 BO?? If. fW. <?limor<lAf..\--'l ' ???r-nlla i. "Manor RfNCId; i'%p. r?j?>, vii?. A. L. i'AHY I n ' ?riinl. r?, M?ir H.-.HlthNH, > n..r?Ji Mile. MARIE MARlMoN. Her ar.otid au brirain e. Dirertor ?f th? Vmir and condnrror -i*tj r ARDITI Wk.DXr.MD AY. lust. 10, B.l'inl ?op?ra. I.A ?oNN \VJIH f.\ Mv no. Signnr ? A M " * N I V I II > nut* Kodnlfn. "Mgnot OKI. ITENTR; Tarea-A, Mm?. LABIA' M.: an.I Aibiua, Mile. MAHIK MARIMOM. h?r ililr.l aj>|>e?ranr?l FRIDAY, Dee I.', prodti. LyiE .' -is**, LA FlOI.l A IjKI. KH...I m I N I . MARIA... Mile MARIE MARfMOX " ?> I l KDAY Dec 13.orard Matter* m i o'clock. Ambrose Thum?? ? HML MKINIIX. -I S OA Y. D*e. I?, Rnaaini a " mkmhf. ???if.f.NNFlI.I.E." _Do.ir<i 'ipen at 7 3o; eamameeaa et a. oOkaa ejw a mi 3. AH KEY'S PA K K THEA I EYEBY EVENINo and sati klaY MATINEE, Mr. J k. KMUEI id PHIT7. a II'.Kf.AVD. lutrotn, ng < elel rated -..i.,-, | mb Hal ' Baal I rtt " AN EVENING OK ENGLISH 0LEE8, *i CM i Ml* hKI'IN'. HALL. TIMRfaDAY lirrralar il. -T<?, at*. Heaerxed ?ata ?1 ?ach. at s.-iiuh.i ?1. ?. s .. o.un agaar*. _iDUtUl t AIR KM. Manager._ |>i:0.\I?\V \Y npEKA Il??r-K. U l'.M'.i Rroadwir '>..rw*.... ?i >, i i !'.?? ata. Hit* the popular taatr. Theodore |l. Hart* > < harming < .uur.tr. lATKATK .l-Ts By l T.tNT'N IIAI t. - i .in -ly ' irgan.aation. Hooth > THEA i UK. CobooTw nnodt Pi aitiv.ly la?i and final perform*nira of M.Vt'Rl. ? ORACH 0RRA1 FHl.NCU OPERA CO. To-algal (Maagar , Dae. * onla Mgbf HR-i 19 D ON LT MK s Rm Or M t a Port.. AN ex TRAORD1 s \ it Y PROORAMMR, ihr??. op?r?A 1 lir -ecu,.I \ei .if I ?. .. i|'? ?II. , e??f-|| i.nera. LA I ILLM 11 f, ma i? a M s ? ROOT. Paoi.a MaKIK. a.Si.KI.K sad i a 111 i 1. in th? cast. The Thir.l A.:t..f A 1 kaaeaafa BMM ?per?. M Iti.N ? > .v r.v i.a ma um leuocx it lvaiid, a.v.ele and capoi L To conclude ?Ith .tor fRt ni?i ihm m Am?'train Preach) the, tU nl a. t of i.<>u',o.l'? ouiuoi tal opera. hi in Leroux toava.-a, Greeoire. Drlerm* J'-u-M ami M. L'APOVt on Ida great twm\ WAV* t Tt'E-DAY itv-mi.rr.wi. I.r r?uu??i. .aal time of M lOAlOM WEf>NE-DAY KVK.SIN.. i..s- 10, a m'.'v opera. Laai i.'v?uinl thr -?a??>ii and nr-t i>i v u ..t Al i am Aid." Ev?nlng prti-ea. ?leJTA' <? . TV., tl. *! ? and ? Matini" un . .'.il. ,7,. ami t I) alto (New) I Hi . \ I ke. iTtlw'y tt JOta-ot. rbeualr theatre under the laaaaaaaai at ai \uz<i*tia L a>r kAtl.NtKH wu'.\::-ini taw OA TV BD AY. every EVENING at 8 AN AN AN an ARAB] AN ai ARIAR ARABIA v ? AP.ARI AN NI'.ht M?. ITT N !<;'TT >:'.ilTi Matinee? wednk-shaV at aATT/RBAT ol -?. an a RA I! i an RIOBfT. Th? aioat FM PH ATI' 01 ? ' l->?i ..f ih^ututn' A 'Uon. mm*tmtmmlaagaamMtgaaaaiwatl th? Trt'nm? ?peak<>g the comi-.tr aa "A r?al pleaanrn." Tti.-Hrril.l aa "A decided lut." The Kxprea* a. \ :. a. .a%..nt ..i .^ .. : i.c 1 .iura aa "An nnrqnlroral aerr. ?? " *.* Seata may lie teeure I two week* aftaoA D UUY KAIU ' at nrr amekican lnshtuie, 3d ar?.. ti?t r?< a i!:;d and fMt'i ?ta. TRa Raeaa4 hMaffagbtwai Dairy lair w n or?n ^r-mdap eraatac, DocaaUkwl aid sreteek. Oraud tmpiay of Am?ri aaB and fur i|tn RtTTTM AND '' II I EHE. DAIRY 11A TT LR. maehitii ry. el. .. ?tc. Cheese and butler fartone? u. practical operation. Tl ?? l'*ir m l u.- u|ien.-l l.y RIA BOROR, kl ' fOB OPRR, Oprolnn a?tt!r??? hr H X 'ioVERNOR ?KVMM'Il RTwaM he D"wiunca Pta ll??iairul lun.t Artmtaainn ao rents *ix rlrketa for t". Twelve tatketa for t3 Tliketa. ineii..i:n? litre halb way-, for sale on the Elevated Ka.j-.ad for 40 eenla. "kand okkTua H??L'>K." i rTr. ??OTIIKRN wi:i appear an " DL NDKLARY. ? ou RtORTDAT. Peeeai ?? r R Mioan-f?. M???r?i pirt-? ,t Dnoaettv. ?e. retarr, Mr liora. ? Hall. H AVERLY'ti rflEA 1 RE, I Itl ->t. i Gth-ave. J. U. aAVKULY. Pronnatec aad Maoacar a PRRPl CT MO i Rem P-.-. tr i-. - -iiinir mi.,'-o'lirr u.u.. .- a : 1 it WE DN BRD \ \ *mi - \ I I RDAi MAlls 1.E?, Mr. Bartlry i aiapiH?il'a< o.-miir Drama, r 11 ? QALLRY OLA Vat Whieh lias hren raeelTad ulghilr by CROWDED AIHIK.V is WITH TI'Mi :.1> OK Al'l'L.tl SE. Kost ku L BIAL'3 CONCERT hall, 2:id ?t. near ttb-ara. r.nd. Rial's Grasd Orchestra and in? srortci?greateat cornet Tiriuoso, J. I.RVY _ADMlHSI.is. >. CENT*._ ^J^ADImjN square garden. To aaaWBaROS TC IBB AY EVENINO, t*s?rct)?r9. at 7 o'clock, anil coDtinn? ?r?rv day and erralng thereafter for HM ?eek. A fraat exhilill, nut AniiTltlii Hrail PREM It M i Jl HI - t RAO i ATTLR of the C?brnt>.t Dariiam Breed, ?ml ala-i of Ami-Uran lit?<1 PREM I f'M SUEKP op l*RTI II Ks-1 nilEED*. For the tlrsltlm?tu N?? Y"rk. Th? sheep have been raided in ?:fT?rei,t p*rts ..f tb? eounrry, and the cattle coaia trooi the far la ol ibe well known cattaa. raisnr. J. B. GiUett, of Lugau C.uaty. Dl. riu-y aj? th* boats br?d ano Aneal 4?re|op?d Matte In tbl* leiMrr. and com para taroraulr with the best produced tn Every facility afforded riaitonf f tboiougt, eT.im'rallon. AdmlMlon. R| e?ata. tiTiTNDARD THEA TRY. EPr ty ?ia U O Moauay. Turaday. Weta?day, n?at:u. ? an", uiabt, PA 11NITZA Hon?? rlo??d fur rrii?ar.?la t'hnr?dav *n ! Krdae. "atur'lar E-.eL.lng. Du ember l t. PRlNLK?a 11. TO W I EIN way HALL. John II. GuuVoT FWM l.-ei ,ir? if th? a?a?m. Monday rvrnuka or laikii a, i?79. at u. 111.der (he ausiurei ,.f the RATIORALTRMPBRANl E BOCIRTT. Tickets. SO cants, referred seata. J5 .an is extra. _Ticket? at Htelnway Hall and 5? B?a<l? at. CEVEN I'll REGIMENT PADX-Aa RR^ttaRj ?aleuf all mmoiU OaaOB and af Ui? i-umpaor buntba wtll take piac" at the New Armory, rueaday evenu g, : ?,.mb?r 9. at s o'clock. S.in KninchRM Minstrels, j (JTiera] lirMI sue. mm .K It Ma TBOfetPwOIl HTRKRl PLATS, Br.>a.i?ar THE Tt'RKIs'i PATROL Rag a.ltu at THE tIlIDs A hE 00T 10 DAT- I _jtaanaeeurod. Matinee -?ttaMarat i. 1TAXPAYERS' ( en1kal ASSCM lATlON. <i HAND rscrf i l "N AN'' I ILL IHVINO MALL, TURMOAY kVKNIRO Dezember?, ra arts $1. 'a ' '? had ?t men U?r. , :i : . : ...r rjNION 8QIJARE THEATRE, ?1 . UNO MONTH AND L'NAB t rED -I. , i KsS of FKENi'll PLATS, U'ALLAt K S. OffeBM 7::.0. BcclM at 8. l'rupnetor aud Manaan Ah. LEaTRR w ALt.AOR. RVRRY KVENINO AND saTCBMIAY MATINEE, wtu ..? (.res. i.-.i anew eaaaagji araaM u n?>- acta ami tlx tableaua, bv Mr. Albert l.ate-aa'er. ?iifii.?>l ESTRLXR; ott, FALSE ARD TR?B? partially fii'incle.i ui: ^In-1.ioei of saanue i? a t''"?pOBW," NEW bCENEKY AND APPnl.N I 4E.N I-. and _A COMPLKTE CAST._;_ -th ave. THEATRE. PINAFORE. ? Puit.HKKl amd st i.I.IVAN s ow? PROdlcnOM. Mr. OCLLIVAN WILL IXIMOECT rttR <>Rt'MCa)TfeVA, Mr. huLLTVAR WILL tONDl ' I THE "Ki HusTilA, aa booor of wsteh New York should be piuud. The <i|.er? |,i . ?eule.i hv D'OYLY CAItTK'S l.uMD. iN OI'F.RA COMPANY, riacesaecure.1 ai Hie Uiaatrr. urehraira, ai jo. I,si, i>ny. 91. PIN a PO RR MATIRRI HaTCKoA Y AT t l III-. MA "l'1-.l'.A 1" in I., ll A...ML -fTlI REGIMEN I' FAIR. I NOI'H'l -For information in Msert to the sward ot articles Mild by ?uba. t lot leu at UM f UT, addteoa ADJl TANT, Tin Urainieut Aimory. New Y irk < ltr. / ' b a nim 'ON815RV?T0RY ?l Mn-;r. 21 GrI "g Utti ,t. Mirrtai course lei (eai iiers and profrssamala. \EVV-Y0RK i 0N8ERVAT0RY of Ml'sic a.v i RAar 14TtiaT.. M dear aaataf Stfevan Tn.-.aiiuraied ) OPEN day and KVRRINU. Lennre* ano HLetinj?. k MERICAN GEOGRAPiHlCAL KOCIETY," ^ \ Me. uuj II l-.-l'AV E\ ENI NU :?? o ''. ls>79. at esia, C UlCitEKl No HALL, e.iiner . hiu at. and llftb sre. A Faatei by llekr Admiral DAN I tl. AMMEN, C s>. Narr, A r?ure?i niaitvi d taa OAs ataaaWM in ili? C 'iiarrssa af Parts, eti lie pii>ii,.?e' Int l Ot-.-an e Sblp Canal a. :uaa NUaraauA, will be read, a' bis reuueat. by . oLoNEI. T RAI LEY MYE'IM. of tue oawaaa. Dtaenaaioaaa theiBaVreat Utluaaa aaoRjl pripoaed will follow ry\l\: ASM al Mi.l.'l in', ot li e a-s.,,-,^ A Ma tW be u?i .fit..i i . l...-e?t i irphana. fi-r tbe ?l*cuoa ot irunl. e-t. and suca elber ousl ess a? may eorne bs-for? tbe Aa aaaxattaa, ?i laa b.M?n m..u.lar. Dec-miMr -. at Mrs. A'aa Duaraa, No. Weal S"iln at., at 1?.' m Per order lt. E. W HER LOCK. Oeetaaary pew tana. REV. JOHN P. NEWMAN. D. D- will Jee fnca on 1 I lie veu uibi?a ol lb? World." m lb? c'hurca ot Iba l'tai"l>l?a, Mliliana ?venu? and IStti at.. Uli lusDAY EYRtlNO. ma Dwewber. la70, ci'mmaurina ai a o'clock. Ticket? 60 r.-nU. I ?HE ANNUAL MEETING ol taw I'NIoN L RA OCR U. B for tbeeiM-tlsiaof ofltcers will tie held on the rlth day ot January lsao, at a o'eloek Taa patla Mr tue oict Uua v. ill be opr.. from il hid m. until 9 .so u m i'H a RLRs, a PEA BODY )r . e^s rrAarr. iUusuul Jnstramrm?. AGREAT OFFER K< ?R HOLIDAYS! ! ! PlANOs. and OROANB Al eitraoidiaaiy low one?a foe caab laaultuenta meivcst , *p., u.lid orgaaa. OAS, M ? ? 0. ?'^ Is , aild ?I SI , ; i u I'm ? ?,.l .,u.i ?? ?.I.a. Th'lo ?140 ? .0 upaarda, awl oa?d six uioniaa illaaltaaaa caia.eituaa n ailed. lloltA' t WATEIW, Maaufas-'ui--r t Dealer, sJti Hrtw?aa.. N Y . I" " Boa J.iJO. R j?ALE \>i\ i''ira|i.-Excclhrnt T-oAitava luaaasou eiaao, uearly a?a 11>4 .U at. Ky,