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A RAID OX POLICY DEALERS.
THIRTY-FIVE ARRESTS MADE YESTERDAY. BMKCTOB BTBBVfl TRYUtCI m -tot nu: in - ini ? Till". Dl-TliK I- Xl inUNI Y CMT-CISKD, Insjirctnr Rym^s summoned bia entire available force of detectives .uni detective- sergeant. t.> the room*nf the squad in Police Headquarters vaster. ds.V lifter),iiun :it 2O'clock, Tlie lilt") wc iv niven ti) understand that at the Inspector'i requeal war? rants bad Wen placed in his h.u.iis hy Jus? tice- Patrick iK Duffy, ami a descent WM to ho inside apon ? number af tolley dealer*. Tho wa tran t.s WOW I lit ti gil I n to the .mn ami they were M-ni out to execute them. At night fall thirty five policy dealers had bet n arrested and loeked up ior tne atgbt in the CentralOffleeand tbeMulberry et. and Mercer?t. police stat ions. In each nf tli?> "raided" -lines wire aelaed the paraphernalia eon* Bart ed with the business. Inspector Byrnes in ?.peaking ol hil attempt to break np thc policy and ?amblina business in Ibe city aaid: "For the past len days I liase had a man wbo li himself an ex pol ie) dealer engaged in securing evidence against these place whose proprietors Eave been arrested to-iiiciit. The evidence in each eaae Is conclusive sud amply suflii lent to coi viet. Rut I di sire to State thai I bave d.:ii,,K the past year inside si groat Bomber of arresta of policy (foolers aod keepers of ? gambling honses. In nearly every case tbe guilty ?arsons have escaped through the delay in bring mc thi ni to trial by the proper authorities. These men bare do. hera st nt to prison as they should have iic'.n. Instead, they have been put to soma inconvenience for twenty-four boors, allowed to go on a few hundred dollars ball and in the end eacape. as. in must canoe, by the time tiny ara (lilied the complainant is out of the dimitry. I have repeatedly and repeatedly asked the Droper aiithoriti?4 lo try tbe cases promptly, and nave as often boen put off from time to time. Th.- force .if thia department has been used only to be langbed al bj the policy dealers. The name of tba department bas been brought Into undeserved odium thereby." "Whom do von mean Ky the 'proper authori? ties'." was asked. "I mein the District-Attorney's offlce?that is, tlie late District-Attorney, afr. Mckeon. I be pres? ent incumbent, ol course, has not had time to deal v.it!i theae i Mea, M If we can get theae thirtv-flvo cases attended to promptly," continued the Inspector."] can sunn pot a stop to this policy business. Until .such time ns the authorities do deal promptly with them, it is only using thia department and a lot of men to he I ''id sit. They should besenl to prison also if the business ia to be broken np, I tx*ill ha nd np evi? dence enough to convict. And it ls difficult to get evidence against them. It eannot be done by a pol ii eman. aa tbey * Ul nol sell an officer sliiis. WY are i ompelled to employ a man who h.is been in tbe business himself and bas access to these Yon may pul it In aa strong langua you like, lint for the neglect ofthe authorities and tin- District-Attorney's office this poli< ness and gambling would have been broken up in this city long ago. The following aro tbe names of the prisoners and theil policy pla Andre** Lctuu-on. Bo. l"t treat Thlrty-nlntb-at.i Tl.i ins.- 1 .s'.xsi'il-. Nu. it'.' l.i-' ?'li' hen iiu il :?..! , \t. ,e tleili -i ; Uustave Relner, No. 754 Etftfjtb-ave.i " Bi ..in.it. Nu. ;;.*.i; Wi -t r.iiiietli-.-'t. j Iiuii. I t.i. Cook, No, 206 I ? i'ls st.; Walter Davis. No, 211 KHI-t.; AlUOS I MS Till,-I .IV- ; Jii!i|| Kins.-, No. 202 i ' i xvi ,i", uni. st.; Thomas ' - ly, No :u.*> Baal Tblrty-tourth-atj PWlip i n.i 227 v.-.-t Thtrtleth-at.j Batnuel Mohr, Ne. Hi'.) v. i-t I iv. ti'.tittil-i : Ni.imi,is Muller, No. 351 I..I-: liisit - \:ii st.; Lewis l'i trowell!, No. 800 Last Forty .i\!ll ? - i- si,,,l (e ..IS.. w.-,, s. So. 630 Ninth-are.: W. r. ll,nt..ii. So. 1-- East Od hundred and 1 rd 'imit/. No. 1,503 1 hird six.-.; Joseph Munthy, No. J.I n- -.?.1 ixe ; David n Na l"i xxn.t --\. uti. i.,!i ,; John McKenzie, No. HI ? . .Liim M.h _., l:.?!..st smith nml Willi un McCarty, No, i-'i BUtti ive.! Heury Greene. No. 1.420 Br, .loin) Cullin liv. No -"(? -' vi iitli ave.: John J. -muli. No. 231 I i-i .?".. ni\ fifth- t.i I'..*,,. 1. J. Mu "W i Ulrty-Hfth-st.; .lui,,i Johnson, No. :-? sad one womau, Ellzatietb Bchwarti, ol Na '-".) Thouip i There were five other policy dealers arrested wboee iDinii s wen- nut l.-su ii' il. J 'ol ii e .li' vt. i ?? Kjlhreth waa in Police ll- adquar* tei- til] after midnight ballina the prison) n whose interoata wert r by John E. Hrodskv. of Ihe policy mon were able to rive bond* bul in.isiv Lad lo apeud the night behind barred do. ii.--. FOI Nl> HANGING IN THE HOLD. A Mi.liv ..Hui l a I i.i Ne ii BAILOR WBO WAS SAID in ii wi. iii i n ii \m.i i kv a mai i. Tbe schooner Hope tinner la.i .',t the foot of E isl Slxth-st. yesterday wheo a Ti-n-.i ni: reporter climbed on board to Investigate the remarkable nmv told by Josi ph Ant< nio, a sailor, in Boston on Thunda)*. The story was to tbe effect that the nude of the se lu H "H i hangi '1 ? mau 'Atm milt - from i- icola because of some trouble between them, iiml then informed the American * lonsul al ;t Mei i ciiii port that the sailor bad committed suicide. The story waa told to Comminaiouei Hallet, who in torn informed tbe United Mme-- District-Attorney In tin-1 ity, asking that an nive.-.!lotion be made. The mu io of the actioouer, Captain N. I'. Alien, went to bia home in Mnine lu-t week, and has nol yet returned; be i- expected back to-day. I.eu is. the niat* suspected of murder h.! Antonio, hit i'm schoouer as soon as she was docked on Decemliei 2(1, returning ouce since tin n to ob tai u bi ? i lot b< -. His address was not kuown bj the men on board, j ni xi lunn Audre?! Charlton?volunteered a . tsiii lie nt regarding the death of the Frenchman. The following eotrj on thi log book of October'2.", wi Uer by Lewis, waa shown ; "At seven bells fore? noon cattai the watch. Frank Itamoud ni Weat down in holiL l'i,,ml him bausring by the cross bar ol the aft< i hat, h, ile sn!." Charl) thal Lewis xx si- Minified ns second mate in Fbilad, Iphia last July. and thal be aaa made mate In Scptcmoci In Pensacola Bay. Lewis and Ramond had some difficult) oue da] regarding tbe wabbing ol tin deck, when th< Freiichiuuu cut the mate's lin, and was beaten w ith a broom bundle by Lewis, i barlsonadded that be bel \ t il the Fit in lm .ni banged himself, although be was not certain. Kamondhad been sent below ou whu ii. uiul . hen In- wan called on deck and did not coi,,e search \x si- made for him. Au ion ins state? ment that the bands wen pin toned behind the body wben found t bai Ison de ned. J he consignees of t lie i ai go n ? re H. F. Mete;,If A Cu.. ni .Nu. I'jo Front-st. ilif reporter w?s told llnre th.it Captain Alien bad reported the French? man's death asa suicide. The idea of murder by tbe mate wus scouted hythe person giving the in foi nisi t lol). Lew ls xx ;i- mild to be lill illiterate limn wbo waa only made mute because of the. incom? petent-) ni i ii" former mate, and he was discharged ns soon aa the achoonei reached New-York, lt waa ?ot kuown where Lewis went after leaving tbe vessel. W. D. flower, Ihe owner of the schoouer, waa .,t iii" 'i'n e of 1 lie consignees. He saul thal be knew nmi,mik regarding theueath further timi, thal -i the mate had bi i n tiled at Bos tt'ii and New "i ni Ix. Assistant United Btatea District-Attorney Foster wm Deputy Marshals Kibleaud fetors to ascertain the irs:il; ol i tte complain!. 1 be** reported that they could iiml uo evidence ol murder, and Mr. Fuatoi I ?? to Boston declining to act further in tha case without additional e~y iden e, HE HAD STRUCK "ILE." A colored mun on the shady . nh-of sixty, was seen coming out ot ? ( hat hain Streei policy shop yeal rosy wearing abroad grin which attracted att.-iit ion, ??Weil, old man, you .(im happy," said an ol -. nu. ?? \ i I'se -tin. k ile." was tbe answer. Tee a nat ix e ol idd Viraiimj and Ima beeu playing policy evei since the blue-coats eutered Kichiuond in 1805; but I never .'..ade such a raise us I has done to-day. I'se gol Sl'A 50. I'se been playing every du. when the shop wm ruuuin'since Inst July, but tins in my biggest strike, i'he last 1 lnado was for fl 50." *? \\ hat were tbe lucky number- f" <? Now look here boss. Vou oughtn't to seek I do points inni, .,si old niggali like me. I'se got de money, and I'se ^'"i spcrieucc also. I'un'i give cullin' away." FITZPATRICK SHOT WITHOUT CAU8E. Coronei Merkle held an Inquest yesterday In Ihe eaae of rbomas Fitzpatrick, who waa allot bj Police i,ni ii <;. urge -Smith, ol the Ninth Free in, t on Christ li,a- 1 ?it x, sit .Ninth a \ e. ,s,,d 1 hi ii. ut ii--1., and who dui! -,. I.- <!? ni ly iu the 81. Vincent's Hospital (Smith asserted thal Ihe shooting waa dom , defence and that Fitz] empted to stab him \x ith si kmie. A number ol witnesses were examined and after a abort deliberation thc jun returned a verdict that Thomas Fitzpatrick cam> to his death i pistol abut xx uniii!. ni I In-hands of Policeman (Smith, uud that the abooliug xx:.-, utterly injusti liahle aud w it Inuit a shadow ot sm excuse. < M.-iklc committed Smith to the Iambs without bail. ? ? KO USE FOK A DOUBLE-HEADED COW. A ..'(..!.!? terCountt fannel stood admiring the J dot ure of a two-b aden, cov displayed in front ol si lowery dinu museum. "Great ecottl" he ex claimed. "'Whu xx..Mid want a two-headed cow T 'lin ii , ? , ighty little pi i m a ( ow ai to ii id i wu in m. nw'.- milk would ru pl amilkmau, evcu ii he had the besl : We.tcbester County. Now ii she bad two tails, both might be ulil ed In liy tun). Imt tben she coi ld make it' uncomfortable foi thc pt-rsoi doing tht milking. BEQUEL TO MU. PILOT BOA! DI 'ASTER The money subsci bed foi the families ot tl lost in the pilot Inuit diiastoi bl the passe th, \i.-.a uni siisie im Hie bands ol Robertl. i'liitei. ni iii. I iiuii:n , was sent yesterday to tbe Maritime Exchange and was allotted lo the ? idows of the men who lost theil livea as follows: Mrs, Mary E. Noble, .???;*?. 43; Mrs. (.m.sun. a. Met? calfe, .fill IA) Mrs. Man Wolla, .*'-'??<> '?'! : Mrs. Aiiiut- Arnold,fl59 <i7; .Mi-.Katu- Barker,$20.1 L"'; lins. Bella Fort blade, f342 15; making a total ol ?1,140 50. ll..- original amount subscribed was ?1,179, but $3350, th. subscription ol Mesara fiark.cubtcmuii(iUa*ixll.ic-iiai.-)s uiiiiaid. iLciuoaty was allotted a* far at paaajble according to thenecds oi-'iie bereaved woman. Mra. Fort blade receiving lin highest amount because elie was left with scv eral email children amino meant of aubalatenee vie (ever. It bad been expected that thli motley, with the iiiiiii co'li i ted a' the Exchange, wonld be distributed to-day. The beeretary ei tha Ex? change, however, waa too busy to make ap a state? ment and said that tho distribution would take place on .Munday. MOBS OF J, V.. CABBOLFB WORE. A DEFICIENCY OF |870 DMCOVEBED. WHY THF. COXMIMIOKKM OV ACCOCXT1 K1OT Ol Ell I CV. I. III tl'. Th" Hoard of Estimate and Apportionment mot yesterday f"r tbe first time sinoe the stormy session which elided witb th" adoption of the hu.il est]. mates. President Kirk, the successor of President Reilly, was in atti adance. A communication -was received from from the Commissioners of Charities and Correction a.-lxmv: tor ? transfer?1 84,830 65 io he appind toward the purchase of a steamboat Ii waa also aaked thal $54,000, appropriated last year for this purpose be transferred lo 1884 for the same purpose, lt was explained that the estimates and bids for the new steamboat caine in so late tha* the appropriation made in 1W&3 could Bot be used. '1 in- transfers wen- made. Ibo Commissioners vi Accounts-, through the Mayor, asked t li" Hoard to transfer to tha credit of tbe salaries of Commissionen of Accounts a ram sufficient to enable them to finish important investi? gations now being made and mopped bv tho failure ol' the Board to make an appropriation for clerk hire, and contingencies for 1mi4. limy addi Tbs examination, ive allude to liavr dc -cloned (ind are developing important reeulta. On Monday, willie the. ex ofttcio Commissioner ni Accounts, tin- President of ths Bran) ol Taxes and Aaaeaamenta, Mr. Thomaa B. Asten, rn .is ny iii- rote crippling tins otaoe. t fraud of |070 waa discovered In one ol the bureaus belna examined) abo other I id por tani facts nol proper to make publle now lave been discovered very recently. The examination! onunicni! el and partly finished are aa follows: Accounts aad recorda ot tbe Department of Public Parka; also of clerk of arrears and aaaeaamenta j also of tux receiver*! Hillie; also accounts and records of attora timi nf ms :esii - el personal tuxes; oontraets of Department of Public Works; ami tbs regular examinations required bj I tx er the oflloea of Ihe Controller and City Chamberlain. The thorough method, now sm ii|.e.(ii fu e. m.mm.' t'i" affair! of tbe Flnanee Depart nu iii,i.ieiiuliii;-;i ii; latratton ofthe coupons paid as well aa i 'm. rest, requires more force ivm formerly did tins. work. By the tranifi r given m in November we - --sitiled to engage a clerical foroe sufficient to ?tlio** good Mi-, l.e of greut cm. nellt to tbe taxpayers of thi city. tm; thc ?":;. li.- !" ? n |i,'.n Mcally stopped and wo would i ,.?':,. wk that to meet our present wants the sum of 5*0,33050 i'n-uk i i-t' ned lo the credit ot the CommlMloncri ol a, i oii'its' offlce for clerk hire and i ontingenclcs from unexpended balances. The law makes it obligatory nu tl..- ( ??>i nu lon i - il A. ini,,r- to do -|i olde duty, and li is Imposable for two mon io perform Oil- dutj without clerical ht ii'. I he Commissioners designated ct rtain unexpended 1.alaine- "I IS81 and IS-.2, whicb are available from which to make transfers, i he matter was re? ferred to the Controller to investigate audi sen made uo comm, ut on tbe communication. lie moved thal the rules of 1883 !?? those of lb84. I'bis wai carried, Mr. Aston then explained thal it hud ie;, ? ii li ni isiv x' to L'i \ e Itu I ?? -ei st li I hom i' notice ol ti..-I,.. i iii,.-- ni the Board, aud that the object foi which the meeting was called bo specitied iu the call. I be < .missioners of Accounts, Mr. Hil) and Mr. Martin wen- asked by a I'Bin m. reporter, after the meeting adjourned, where the fraud bad been discovered. 'I bey dechm d to say whether it * a - i'i u depart mo ut or bureau, or otherwise to lix it. When asked b bel id i tood alone ? cries, thev replied thal the item st.1 alone, although there were others which might come in ry, and a bich it a sis alli d ? .ih!e. to t in Bailie clerk. These lat tel needed further examination before a report could be mat le. Mayor ii'! ms - i ?'. lat) i thal the fraud waa in tbe hun.ni nt the col lector ol assessments aud clerk ot arrears ol the Finance Department, ol which S. >? Cady is the head. Ile added that tn, fraud wa in the ssrne line si-, those heit t of ore maile p,,',lie aud probably was the work of I erk, John B. Carroll, who ls now nuder indictment. He i- doI tli Carroll xx hu \-.:,s concerned in the eui,pun lia! John ii. < arroll accepted bri bc b to credit us paid tho arrears ol a ?-? ??- -uk nts of val a, causing the city a considerable le ? ?. PROM l VIlloI.K i.-M TO .11 DM- M. The lei ' - et Hope, in I_i____11 y sixth ? t., was crowded last ev en in ir when three yonng womeu weari aiuslin dresses trimmed xx.th lace were \t d to t lie altai by Ihe otlicers ol ll,, i oi ; ...'i ii,- ? ? ? i and I aughter* nf < i,in parti .a, and they bad been members of the Catholic ( iiiiel,. At tbe urgent apimal ol mother thej had conseuted to withdraw from the Catholic ai'.'l j"in tbe Jowish Church I Brown clad in the bia. k cap and robe of bu oil ? said: "These three youug ladies havo been i my instruction t"r the past six months. They present thorn elves here to-night to bo admitted to the .Kw i-l, Church. J ml a; sn, touches no dogma nor mysteries. Heme without an lue formality wo will receive theseseekers ofthe truth." After asking the usual questions the Rabbi pronounced his ig upon the converts, aud welcomed tbem to 1. h. I'M'..i mon \x bich prec< ded thi i Hrowu spoke aguiust uiiii-rying outside tfn i fait n. " ll you vonni, nu n can't 6nd Jewesses enough to murry," he said, w come to me and I will endeavor to furnish you-with a bride. There is between Judaism amit (m .tinnily only a few dogmas. Take away three nftheso il, ? ) hristianity ;in,l it ls Judaism. Our pastils - .nu', i.ur hope for salvation is the same, tuc n,, sm, only sue dill'crcnt, One cit) in Ibis country is eui Mil w it il ml el i, is, Ml sine . mn I l hut ii S.i ii lim ? -.-. ... lint ot TAI intermarriages 1 To ul them xx ? ie of Jc-wisb un ii tu Christian women." THE OVERDUE STEAMSHIP CELTIC. Although nothing ha-i yet ben heard of the White Star steamship Celtic, since she was passed with a broken shuft bj ihe steamship fjellert, on December 22, about 1,000 miles from New-York, the agents here express no anxiety for her safety. li. J. i ort is, the ma ns,;: er ni the company, hopes to roc) ive some mit tins.'it mn from her when the Cunard steamship Bothnia .-mixes;,! Queenstown, She ls line lo-.|si\ . ll lin illili: Ilia! inl, i-, lee i ix i-l i, \ the li.ith,nu linn, lu hopes Hint the Baltic, nt thc White btnr Line, du. at t^uoeustowu on Mouduy, will have some information, Jf neither of thone vessels bas tidings of the Celtic, Mi. Corlis thi oks that she must have been driven south of the truck and will put into Fayu! or Madeira. It sin- should put into rayal ii may be several weeks before the fact will !))? known here, sniee tlnre j. ao cable com? munication from thut island, aud tbe vow I cum mill.i.-siiiii.) ia uii gular. ?-? THE .-locK OF WOOL in KEW-YORK. James Lynch, a leading wool dealer, and one of the ('omiui-sioiieis nf Emigration, has carefully compiled the stostk of domestic and foreign woola sit this port ou January I, as compared with the s;i me dale a yeal aim. The following is the au,, mn I in slotk, in pounds: Domestic Hence, washed iii:;,)?)'); unwashed, 105,31)0: pulled, 1,000,400; tub-washed and scoured, 1125._.K); Texas, 2,770, lOOj South, i.i. 30*,500: California, spring, 1. 852.000; fall, K5,000| Territory, 100.000; Col? orado and New-Mexico. 178,700; noils, 1,200; sun,Ir.v, 11, Kio ; total domestic, 7.102,100 pounds, against 0,750,250 pounds a year ugo. Foreign wools, in pounds I lip. of Omul Hope, 02,800; Australia, 02,000: Uiver Platte. Cue, 400.000, coal -e. l-l .-.ct); Bast Inda-, l:l:l,Hill; 1 lulls'.,,i, eic, 2,982, iii'i; (-.myrna, Syrian, etc,., 401,000; Mexican, 0,000; llriiinb l-tes and Cauada. 220, 600; China, 108,500; noils, 54,000; sundry, 25.000; total foreign, 4,748,700 pouuds, against 4,321,050 pt utnls a yeal ago. -?_? INSURANCE NKVY.-s and INCIDENTS. The Queen fire [nsurauce Company, "f England has issued ;i cid ular ileuj nm th.it it is the purpose ? ?I ii-- managers tu reinsure its Ameri, au risks, I he ,el"'Il lill- llsilisaeteil lill Hie . Ul I lie I li I, eil ,S (;,!,,, a loni: lime, ami Intends to remain on this side ot the Atlantic foi sometime to nome. The Merchants' lix, lusurunce Company of Nt xx ilk, N J., hai given Dotici lo it-, agents that ben aftei n ** ,il p_y uulj IS pi i , eat commission on all class) n ol i laka. Notwithstanding repeated aascrtlonato the con? ti.uv lion, se m.-u;'.i ni funnier, it e,xas again cur rentij te|...it.l .i-ii'i'ia, thal th' City ot London In trance 1,'ompanj w ;,s about to retire from th" l-uiteil >? st t'm. lim statement has uot been made officially, however. ATTEMPTING SUICIDK wini a RAZOR. Hoary Wallace, an unmarried Hootchmaa forty years old, cul his throat with ? razoi yesterda) moruing in tbe boarding bouse N'o '-' i '? Wesl Seven teenth-st., intending to ki ll bimsi If, bul did not ni? lli, i a I sii.11 wi ni ml. ile was taken Ut the New-York Hospital as a prisouer. Wallace tra. employed re cent ly as a salesman iu Simpson,Crawford ,V Simp dryg.is stol e in Muli axe., but be was dis? charged on January 1. ll was ssud that he had Lrtnking liquor t"" freely. e riiE.AQUEDUi ; ro END at CROTON DAM. Tbe Aqueduct Comm osU-rda] beld au ezecutivi of i iratiou, and heall ttlgllUlClltS relative f. thc ni/.- ol th" proposed ai,eS'i!.ui and its northern tennin,is. li waa agreed t bat the interior diameter ot the aque? duct should he fouitcou feet, and tbal tbe U rm,nu* shouhl b" ai the Croton Dam. On ?Vedn, .day next the Commission will bear argmu, its on thc structiou of the tjuakei Illidge dam and t. lervoir aud the propo? d dom at _lu_cool Mountain. ? BEGINNING lo STEAL AT FIVE TEARS. In the Passaic I ant. Conrts at Pat) ra in, N. .!.. yesterday, Mr. Uaffnej asked that Ins boj John. il in ihe Reform School, He h ni inisi i unmitted to Jail as a vagrant, mid w;is saul in be incorrigible. He bej mi to -;.... away all ? nd *tt al, Ula 1'aUli.l a.li'l, _ ht in lie WI Vial., old. ,-'?--... HOME NEWS. PROMINENT A KR I VAIA Fifth Avenue Hotel Bwitflt G.orpo F near and Ki pre- Btattvea W, W. Hi,.,, siml William WWI Ina. of Massachusetts; Senator Oeorae O. vea? rn BM marl i UeutenantrGovetnor J. Ilcverley Kot'lnseii, o Ontario, Canada, and Tranqulilno Limn, IH-legate to Con is,.-.-ii..,!, gea M. \i..i.tttemort* Hoirf-Profcaam W. J. Sunnier, of Yale Cullixe....S'.Jat'irl Hotel?Con greaamaa I'liin-k 4. Collina, of Hutton... Wtnri*nr n>,ir Mn,e. se,,,tale)), < li.ttl-* Carim, of Chlcsico, ami Join scott, of Pittsburg., mitm afoiue?Oeaeral Geom ll Sharpe, of King-ton, X. Y., and Ira Davenport, pf Bala N *> Bntkingham lintel? Professor A. M. wheeler, o Pew-Haven... . lintel Lruntieick-- Duncan McIntyre, o: Montreal. _ WHAT IS GOING OX TO-DAY. Iloanl of A. lerin-n m, lal tn.-etln- ll a. tn. Annual meeting of Coaching Club lu Kulckerboi-k, i :.*lui). Decision In Rlpblt Va mini case, New-Utrecnt Cliamber of Commerce ( ___________ on Aduondack for 'MH Meeting at Theatre Combine to arrange benefit, foi amities of lost pilots. Tammany primary eleetJona Professor Brent Dian's li 11 ira befon Ladles' Art Asso iation, (fo. '-il Wi st Fourteenth at. NEW-TORE CITY. A Pearl-st. liniior seller's siirnilicant namo is A Son. Tba new tint "Tubae," is a subdued BSUi -olor. Cold weather is the blacksmiths' harvest. Horses nive to hive their ihoea (-silked every fan days. " Philharmonic music** is what an owner of ai Ea-st nillo "dive'' calls a part of tho performance. A Broadway confectioner displays tn his window he steam ship Normandie, made ( utirelj of candy The third an'iu;)l dinner of the Inspectors am: ?aptalna of police will lake plaoe In Deunonieo'i or I an nary 21. An offer of General Stone to lecture on "El Mahdi" for the benefit of tbe Pedestal Pom hu been accept* <1. The npper oorrldori of Um Tost Office arennl teated. The elevator boys have to weir theil ov.r ! oats to keep wann. lh" furniture dealers fn Chatbam-st. nnd thc Bowery so great ly obstruct the Mile wal ks with then :.ls m to annoy pedestrians, Blanche Clifford, "f Philadelphia, returned to hei lome yesterday, lt is said that there waa nothlnj n hor adventure thal waa discreditable. The Now-Haven Beet of ateamboats now consist! ?f the C? ll. Northam. Kim City, Continental, New. Haven and Eleanoi t. Peck, all In good condition, A clock representing ? tobacco bag bearing thc isnal revenue stamps and labels ia being supplied to the customers ot at ibacco manufacturing linn. Juatiee Power, In thu Yorkville Police Court vee terday, held < 'lu isl ian Krooss, thc ulleg, d president d the A 13. C. I uion i grot ors' i lerks, lu $3,00' bail. The Roman Catholic Church "f All Saints hat tm, inv.eil f.",.*i.,ii'ii ii'i'ii the Bowery Havii upon property at Maaisou-eve. and One-hundred ind-tweuty-uiul b-st. Then- waa a delay of forty mlnutea shortly nfl'r , o'clock yent rday morning on the Bridee rail tx 'ty, i aused by switching engine No.'J running ofl the truck un thc Brook!) d side. \ II.VN I (iii III A UN. t xv.-. A -dan facing outward on thc windowa "f tba se, nnu-a i ii , n ula," i iii icar ia heat) d. A.s tbo sign I:., ? ? ibe aid not aware ii the : A ID IV Isl N )i\ l.K AND I III ll'. ' I fourteen, of No. 138 East Fourth L, was run over and killed by a brewery wagon in Broadway al Thirteentu-at. ?.esterday. Thedriver ans arrested. A ( il x/.i ill lil'. The only u fe mi thod of crossing Park-ave. In Uie ,?? i _!i on.?;.....I ol ,-.'\ .-ii: ni ii --.I. is mi the hands and knees. U\ crawling to th< middle of the street one ian glide the rent ot thi way with perfect roo I xi: INTO Ililli: i POI Bl M. diffhtl) built, fashionably dreaded young men, willi trousers turned np at the bottom,croascu . one boo black haili d annthei with. " Hey, Billy! Them dudes luis got too far intel their pa Sn SI ' nita I'.i i'"!'. MONDAY, "No ak at ing before Monday, under the most favorable i irenmstaucea," saul _.ii|_-rinte'idcnl a Tiiiin -i i? ? j><? iter jrestertla , " but il this weati.. i bold_.t___ alien I, ok out foi thc ball at ' 'I.." in, ki* i -r cy rr.s-ii.ti-. io*, EIPTS. 'I bi receipts ol (innes npon impiuts and with' trewala from lu md .it tbe Cuatom (louse this week nive bee i 00,000 greater than during Ibe lame period last year. 1 he si mn uni-, received wera BOBO,<02 upon imports and $1G1,704 upon with. Lrawala. i\ honor "i* ?. roisM!i: vi ron, A memorial Bernice in honor ol the late Rev. Dr, 11 nc u.-is 1). Anderson '.'.ill be held on Moudaj tnonr nu in the I ii -t Baptist Church at Thirty-ninth ! ind Park-ave, (sermon by Dr. Armitage, uud ad Lresses h.v Ors. John Hall, Prime, Newman and -.ii .j. mi. Kl "nv i ;? 11 11 l! I v\ i s i viv. o . KARA, I.iT!.ii i Ucillj' yestenlay removed .la's.' [\ rn? ?end in order io mai., room for Uonry C. Murphy. \ir. lowuiteud has beeu connected with tbnotHce ni twenty-two years; he bi t entered upon ins recording clerk ami latterly became tba Ult I lille's l i.-lk. JW.' V. I.l I.-l, MlV. S BOXXIIfl 'I.MI Ul tl Joseph l'l-ud' I.-.--I, of Brooklyu, aud li ut, I. Durna, md, will have a match with gloves in Madi -on ."-ii nan ? t ian len on Monday evening. Both men in well known lu sportiuu circles, aud mach money ia wuuered wu tho result. Pondorga I i tho favorite in the betting. I'l: I I'AKl.Ml A Nt W I SCI SK DH.I.. Port] Inem tiers ol the IXth As-ein'i!> lUstiiit Liquoi Dealers' Protective Association mot at .No. _sii bi,-,., k,|..,. yesterday The president. John L'avanaugh. staled tbal thc association would em |i|o\ .oi 11 i.e I io ue. e ? liberal exi iee bill drafted and presented to tbe legislature at thf present A hi A ' l \ , I , Kl '.A ll . .- -I i' IA 1 lil'.. The Nea \mk Htale Veterinary Association waa organized last evening, at a meeting hehl in i'm.pit Institute, Dr. k. vV. Finlay waa elected president; I't. I'laiiemsm and 1 )|. Kal ph Ogle, vice-presidents; l's. .liddleton, of Newburg,treas mi 15 Dr. .1... uii is, tot rotary. LUM xii il mit,: ll-,,, ls li llM'AIIl lill' lAII'.OI Ihe Board of Police received a oommunicutioi from ( iniuuodore John ll. Upsbur, of tin I niloc] Mate ? Navy, otleriug tt icpa ti Ibe steamboat Patrol wt ii vb \x.is run into and Injured lasi weeli bj tb) iioxi mmenl tun b ial Um tal na, An ordei waa givei tu Ca plsi i ii .-t Iii i'i / lo lake the Patrol lo the Nov) Vanl Hui,li'dial' 1) . lill IH'1 ll 1ISADI. ovi ni,dm-. Speaking ul the recent deHtrnctiou by lire ol threi West-in (muring mill*. ouo of a group ol product merchants ? " ?? terday: "Weil, they are Itettei oil with then ms,nu,H e. The flour trade I,as lue; dn.x,, -iiu e i ?..- ,- ,x wbout came in and tbe deuian< from abroad lessened, lin, margin* ure tuosinaJ now foi lint !ml I'l? nullo to Blake money." CHAMiBU \\ 11 ll KUBB1NU ills I Milo*, li;. Slauson d in., milli ibmlora at No, 421 Ki. Forty-tilth ,i , caused tbe arrest yesterday u Da . Couey, a driver, on a charge of having col lei led .f'.'.'.ii Irom then customer, nnd tailed te mike an) return "i it. ile wm hold m $i,tMM hid hy Justice Murra) in tho If ork ville Polio (Joint. I il XeSi.l.l. XV I I ll roRoi a.. James Arnold, whu formerly .mis ia tbe employ "f U li. i. .din . .1 li.uii.e, ,i ..... . Wal 1-st., pre mci,ltd a forged, o i i. foi .-.linn MiiiiiIii\ at 'iii. Fourth National Bani.. The cashier, _uhikv_Iiii| lhat thc i ie ' k was forged, refitaed to nive th, money to Arnold, aud be was arrested . illili lot ki d up al I'olici lb aih 11, al Ll-. Iii I.l s in rill in i i isl - i OF WORKMRN, Thi Amalgamated I'tadc aud Laliu Union met ? - lit, nt No. io m sm, .rn-.,,., Ken ut-tb M. K-n/ie iu the chair, ibo Legislation (Joiuuutt-X reported tbat they had agreed ou their billa tn push through tho [.egialal arc, if poa in xx Itectianics Lieu law, one foi tbo abotisbmeii ol ila-1 iuiu ,. i i ii i vii t i.i imi ?yaU.'iu, a. el ono foi i ten .. ur Law, a r.i N xx'. At iv BROAD* AY. kl ? ? sit * it le .1 to a i mille nu i. d tnd driven b Thomas McDonnell, ol Nu. BOS Lezingt-ju-a ve' took fright al Broadway and t'onrteentb-.t, am ran a ah ul distance in broadway at ?'?!., a, ,,,. yoi tcids(y. McDouuell was thrown ir< m biaaestbu eseape.i iujury, bdward llulladay. ol No. 40 Cai utiue-at., attempted lo stop the boree bul wu knot lu d ilo tx n _'ui injured leverely i. \- the .u.sm.il He waa sent to tbe New-York Uoapital b) tn. ;,., lice. A Liqcon M Al Kl'.-' OROAM/.ATIOX. A number ol wholesale and retail liquor dealci of the lui \\ ard met last ei t No, ."il Not ( huii ht ai .1 in.' mi zed a Lii| un Doa tcctiv, Asa . il ii a. A oonstitutiu i wero adoptc-1, and th, elected: I hourn* Keenan, nreaident; Maa i >. --reu vice-president: Ioho P. Byan and M.,nu, Wm,' hf. utallis; liii.ii \\ allsin-1 . ? . . :., . i|,i. ;, ti i harli 1.('hiiii-, si I.. ...ii-ai-aiiiis. , i 1A -- ?. I - I . lill i h. ii ,. li , , Al a meeting ol the Board ol Police resterda) Patrelman ii tirj 11 url but, ol tbe I'went)-tun l'ui in< t. x. tod to th I'liimi-iii:,'.j Patrolman (Jeorge Uray, ol t! Ii HIV --.'I ul "1 I !i . I ? ?, \ . ? Ililli i| o ? ? 1 .iiinl,.,..ii .lumea Walla, of the I weiity-rirsl Pn ' il. 'I lie foll pointed pal i 11 jpivciucl, : lan ? A. W ii-.i ,. ! '.i . ; . i . ..,..,.,1.1.1.,. , <) i 1.1,..ni, .liim .-.i ore. an ' tiller. v vv \i M ... xi, xl isl A i HIE- II. v- ll nu tb< " part) . hliilid nu,- i. " I lu- .: I waruiugUad - r ll. ii.\ in "party" tra. II. R. Lawrence, a friend nf Mr. Win? ton, who hod been ot his omeo previous to tha holulnv., and had learned wlm ware the cud mi. ra nf the paper. Postal cards, it waa Mid, bad been pent to nianv of the customers, giving ? description of Mr. Lawrenee, mentioning hil name, ami warn? ing them not tu pay him money. FAiniir- iv in BlXCfg POD Tin* wi:i.k. Returns to R. 0. Pun A. Co. show that the bnsi ne?R failures ior tne la t sevendayi Dumber for the I'nited Btatea 819, and f"i Canada i.'!'. a total throughout the country of :ilx, probably the larg eat number of oommoroial i er reported in a similar period. Tba total for tba previous week wm only238, The Increase is still mainly in the Weatern and Southern States, but New-York City shows a larger number of asaignmenta than has been noted for ioma months. In Canada tho failure- are getting fewer. W'.HK OF t J1K KAHUI (il'UK. The Earle Quild needs funds to continue Ita work of tiding the poor nnd .ick of tho down town winds, in i*-s;j tin* contributions amounted to 91,048. Iinrinu the -rammer and winier months ovi r 1.000 ?ppllcationa for relief were received at the Offloe, HOD nf which WOW I' [acted M being un? worthy of ?aaistannt. "vcr 20,000 tickets ware distributed for food and fuel, 4,000 for Ice foi tick (hil,lien, thirty packageaof clothing, and ^600 in caah. aa requested by the givers. The public is in? vited tocal] and investigate tba wonting! of the Quild, at No. 17:1 Centre- t., between Canal and Heater st*-., from Da. m. until lp. m. The Rev. John r. rotter, visitor, is in charge. Ferdinand P. Tarlo founded ami .sustains the Quild. DISIRINO TO A'.>VKItriSK. ON A.M1UI ASCI -. Secretary Pitcher, of a mut uni accident Insurance association, sent a letter to Polioa Commissioner Nichols recently, asking that advertisements of tho !i?.so< int nm might be placed on two oi mora of the olty ambulance* Thia letter was read nt a meeting of the Police Board yesterday, and called from a listener tbe remark thal " n ev idently i ame Irom a bracon Pitcher." Chief Clerk Hawley waa directed to reply that the Board of Police did not have con? trol of tba ambulances. I.VMM,! I) I'.V FA] W ITATEMBN TB, David shee!,ai,, of No. OOO East Sixtecntb-st., complainant In tha Yorkville Police Court j esterday against I len rv M. I_owenstine. of No. 225 East Soventy-ninth-at. In Oct) lier, 1881. Mr. Shee? han ssiid, na owned a mortgage of $4,500 on propel tv at No, 53 Sidney place, which waa nur chai i il by tbe defendant,** bo gat e bim 9150, a nota foi .-???, ii sin, i \ii iou ri State honda to the amount of $2,100, representing thal tha honda were worth theil face value, ami ihai he ow.I considerable nal estate ami personal propel i v. and was solvent, .-ev ei sj! ol these st a tc mc n ts, tin- con pla mau! alleges, are false; aud tbo misrepresentation, bave , a used bim a loss of $2,377. Trie ca d waa adjourned un? til Monday ai Lue tombs. si t/i ii: OF ons) t.m pitlNTH. A lane package postmarked "Paris,*1 and ad? dressed to "(Jeorge Naas, Artist, No. it'd Wooster st.," waa seized from tbi mails bj Special Agent Brackett, yesterday, and axion investigation ii proved to be 1,000 Hamule of obscene prints. Mr. Ila:,--sud timi lu- hsnl i.<s d in thc country only a f.w vie' b, whs ignorant nf th" laws, and (lid oof know that the pictures wen n, be Beal to bim. Alter being edvi ed as to tho serioti lies..of thc (iileme, Mr. ll.a- indignantly cried; "I waive all claim upon them j I would not bo found dead with them." Captain Brackett Bald that nnlike most -' i/,.,es they x.oulil imt ht told i I! ihe Oovernment hut would be turned ovei U the United wbowould probably destroy them. BROCKLYN. 1'rsi i els A. Biggs, whose li rm nt Countj Auditor expired t.i;!, Ins;:, la te. be made a clerk in tha Equipment Lk-partm, ut ol thc N ivy Yard. 'Iii,, fl e Kepnbll, an membera of the new Board of Aldermen, which will begin its ilH, i.,1 existence on Monday, will support City Clerk laic for ro-oloo t iou. Mr. Beecher baa prepared a nix? letDetare, entitled "TheCircuit of thc Continent." which he will de? liver for i he iii -t time, In aid of the Home for Con? sumptives, on Jauuacy ld, in tha Academy of Mu-ic. The "ball" waa at last run np, donntlng sksitinu on the lakes in Prospect Park, ye terday, An bom later moat of iln> siieet curs running to tbe park bail tbe familiar red ball hangmgou ono of thi il-iws. A largo crowd visited the pail*. In the even? ing. Hans Carlson, a Noi rn eglan nailer, ran amnnk In a sailors' boarding house, at V>. 120 Willium-at., at ni earlj li"':, yesterday morning, dangerously wounding Martin Thoinpwm, a boarding houso "launer, andcutting two others witb a Unite. Carlson was drunk, and had been refused admit? tance to the hoi e, but boret in tbe door. He was arrested, sud Tbo ent to tho Long Island . .? ll" pital, . lu i" bia injuries w to be (langi rona The examination by experts of tha accounts of the n'd I'm:. i nnmission, at the bead of which waa J. 8. I Btranahaa, from January 1, 1805, to June 17, 1-sii shows thal tbe receipts were f 9,430.023 Ol, otu. tbo disbursements $8,300,150 71, which -lum ld have left a balance of $40,772 03. The actual balance was ?20,.ri0ti rrj,, leaving a difference of $11,176 41. of this Mr. Stranaban paid $10,004 42 aa soon as be waa informed of tha delict oi that arno ml hy the preliminary examina? tion, leaving only li'oTi 90 to iquare the accounts. "lum; ISLAND. Ni'P.i'iii'iiu. ?Tl'? yacht Nora, Captain Jones, which is hiid up for the winter, waa robbed on Thursday night. Charles lire lin, the engineer ol tho steam barge Saturn, waa foanil to ba tue thief. ile iras ai i e-i ei I and tallou before Justice Pearson, w ho em,i mil i'd hi, , to i lu- County .l.nl. ( oustable Ketella,,, took ila- pi i.ni, t lo ], I hume, und while lie v, ;ii eating hin diniiei Brealin escaped. WESTCHESTER COUNTY. M.iMin'iMni.-Mora than $000 lui.-, iuiu raiadl for the beuclit of the families who wore ie,,deus,l houu lt s- bj the lire on New-Ycart Dav. Winn Pijiinr.. Counael forThoodoro Hoffman, tha n.i,ul' roi ni the Hebrew pedler Zife Marks, baa tiled not 1.1 Mut appeal to tbe Court of Appeals with the Sheriff ami County Clerk. A PRECOCIOUS LUI isl ASA BOT. iT'irt rh* x'rtr.iirteam Timet.rietnoerat Mastei Clement Thomas Muddux, a native of l ii i-.is pariah, who haa recently come wtth lila parents to reside lu iain ilty. ls a yoong gentleman .-nil in b linearis, wlm ni the earl) age ot live began to" numbera," albeit nol ofthe poetic variety. _. youth of thai aga x: ii<, look* upon exercises ie. mental arithmetic as ,( 11.-,,:,.? i? perhaps j- , 'ire, bowey, r, s,s ;m snf.itit Kyron rn ttbakespcara the young Clemenl smiles al mn,le u,a tn ul (ililli uh I (vs tint paralyse the rai ult lea of mun; older benda, and Bntla a deep anti satisfying .lux- tn "fraction*." a, leven be bail ahaorbed tbe wbob of Davies'* scries of urti iinn'tlin, ii,el,1.11ie- lha " University," and atood really in mw.' In algebra wlfb equal avidity, but by tbe advice of i in i rn 11 ne ii t educator linn lu sine li was postponed. rn. neil.ns .i- in) la, Mii-iei Maddux baa none of the pall lui peenll.little-.(ten sic, In pbenomi nulchlldren. lie la a bright, healthy imy, witt, ruddy cheek*,clear blue eyee, and a physique thal icems quite equal n-th" (lciiiami-i ol tin- luii-t- brain, lie haa all tbe loudness for boyish ap irUnropt i to his axe, ai 'I ? arri, - Into everything the shu), qui ieee, "f nn-t 11 ines.i understanding tbal distinguishes, him in bis studlea. Although be has bean lu tbe etty only about *li -w.-. k - bs already knows Un- ii.mn a o: ,.ii iii.- st ie.-ts I,, his district, and can lind bis away about, without a guide, better than man] bora and raised hen-. His remarkable talent for arith? metic is uni u blind Intuition nor ., remarkable feat of nnie len) iip.ur. lie l?,,iixxs peile, >!\ what be la about, and l? allia to explain his methods tullj aud taetiiiiiv. These ii.iIIiimIs u,.- ihe resull ul s> lien un (Iel -I,l'el itu.- Of Hie pi opel tie,- of limul'! S < a : .! -? . ll e I n ii i x ,? been devised hy himself rather them acquired from ? tn. >- They bars all tbe nmplb'lty and directness of th me employed by experienced accountants, and iiipplo iiii-iitui st- thej are hy very unusual ablUti foi carrying on rn sit.ii. complex processes of calculation, thej ablfl hi,,, lo solvo, wtihool Hu- aid of data rn pencil, prob inns thal lu vol ve considerable clpbenug for ordinary people lie win estimate wltb surprising quickie se'ii.ev tba aggregate . .,. sold in separate int-ami at mi '.ni prices, and la especially delighted if these price* sm expressed In fiat tiona! parti ot dollars and eciiis, oi he will give with nqui I facility tbe inperil dal a.f the walls of yoiu room, ir thea.i co Of \i.iii wind pile. lu rt-"*! iphy,which raukanext tn a nt hi,,ni ie in his favor bc allowa Hie nume facility of eomlnulng nnd gene Int- lu- liif'.iie.iti..n. N_.uk -t .in- mure t.i him than wnrds. i tnt i sm- up a i eni re11 Image uf the obj cl referred lo, wltb all tts aurroiuidiiigs, Thoa the mention of un Isthmus il "Hiv the two continents united by Ile li, il low Iii i _ ol 1.1, id, lei! lin Iv.. |?as S.'p.ll.lle.i us w.-ii si- in- possibility ul a ? in ii whi, ', might se-.' ,',:i* continents and untie thu seas, aud a bridge whleb might placet! . -"they were. Master Maddux ls in? ti '-.I ii-1, pupil In on-- of Ihe public sci.la, xxl.e,,. bs win pm sm- ike u-nnisit i e ii -., i.i- | nh. r wisely pn r.-,, Ina tbat bs should bet nine ni ?_>! In all bram beaut know - i youthful prortlgi In i -. i hough only ol tts in.;...- mie lo look Into tbs bright, Intelligent face, at once modes! ? ',i. un'i non the dom. Ilkaatruotureof tbe head, without Indulging lu brlUlaut forecasts lui tha i s future of so niuc-h childish promise. BORROWING PAIN'ASGS TO 8BOW IO III.ll t, i es rs. frame ton tatter to rr ??.-? /. U Tatt-THtpetth, Thora arain tbe city al the present time satei imsta, Walu r Panta and Mo tlrath. 1 bi -? artists bavi a , ollertlon ot studlea made laat summei throughout I.uk ?i !)? laud. I bfl otbei daj .u tbi to_T.pliers bere called upon Mr. pan ?. -x. ,lt rou send tome ..r youl i Iel ir, i up ttMrs. .Hank's, a very llit'.ili ls,I.ii snell t)' Udy Iii Ti I Hill- I- a lilli in , pu ij, where I.. , uuuilx i ni dialing))! lift iba would take it aa a great r.ix.n- n rou W'lllid Send up -"ii" "1 >"Dr plctUli - " lin- .nu-' Iveii to muli i-t.uni that the peuple wera ?.. appre rutlve that probaiil) mumbel ni theil pictures would ; Mr. I'.uii- pul up , ms ti i ,f big ptctun In _ i, with a ? ig to l.is a? i ne seiL'it.iei too valuable I i he Intrusted to lha hands? ry i io Mi Panis car? nell th r. im- neit i.s? ?..i n r giver that tim pictures wera v?ry great i i iiun Justice, ufthe Bupreme Court w. .-. aiiiuug tbe guests, uud th.-y were very anxloua ? ? I. ii,, i,di shuubl ? Would th) ,.;.'- mind if thc lady ,. tained the pi ? I 1 le p...lt. le?..-. ..f tbi aol ex i ii) nu* extraordiu iry di ni ind. I lays nfl i ix,od thc lull mid xl ? ro , . .nu ible h .... -. . a li d al tho Panis "Yom pic,,, wera reallj deligbb. * >i nm i,, n.limn.i them our., h. Mamma . ,f ron \toiiid mimi stopping i . io i , tn. ini ir you bave _uy pit-iticr Htebsa than those you sent, you might bring them up t the same time." ABOUT TUE MAS ff no HA ITS. Frnm The Petrit Free prttt. Aftfrthe stove-pipe bad been knocked down by iesffort.?of (tive.'idiun Jones to nat tMith Ins fis-t on tito ?art li .it onie and Judge ( -.laver, Pickles Stint li and BIOS' un Johnson had beroioally restored tl to plaoe, Brother ardaer arose mid duld : "One great cause of human misery am de lVk dat man Indexpecta too nun li of Providence. Taketh ga.I Ida roots, fur Instance. Pur de las' sixty y'.ir. ho bas tn wnltin'fur Providence to Mop de leaks In his cabin inf un* lie nm walttu' vlf. He somehow ezpeeka dat tui IllellCe I)!:) (.'oil,' !,) fill'tllsll 111,,, pie Ml' Cake rill* ny .(< r tap, an' when a* sots dow:) to cold 'tater, aa1 toff u.e.?t - if he bad been wronged. " Take de case of Bradawl Jalap. He bas aQM had 44 ea dat he would some day be nob, an' M a eon-ellene . sots on ih- fi net ives f.isf. Mses, an' w'urs good i lotbca, while his wife coes ranged, el his ' hildren bax.ld toes. What he might aim hy mest labor hs won't aim, bckuse he hopes t. git a for : ut Wei k. " I tell you, my frens, de man who walt* fort sharpen tils ax, am iartln to dopoorcbopptn'. De a an ho wits on de teuee to watt for a letracy wiii b'ar lils wife r. ipili' .le bottom oh de flour barrel (heir d iy lii <lo eek. Ile Ullin who |.-t? l|.,,.e|f hellex'.' .lilt ile W.ilid rea him a libbi' am tr-rm. ta eal some mighty doo' (Odder 'or. ba dlea lie wm d doan' iwe nobody Quinn, wv an, it i" ,ii to sot au'st.uve er git up *n'dust Providence ont nay house rent, buy om taters oi keep Beeoot> OVS hut. Let us now pinned to bluets." AI AKIM-: IB IELLIGBSOM. MIXlATfRE ALMANAC in rites,? 20 it.l., 4 41 Mijon s'ts ?I afSWS aff*. di 1 11I0II WATEK lO-DAT. V.-Sand. ITosk, 0 1" dst. I.lani, ,,... u.n fists, 2 it At? Sandy Honk, old'i.r Uland. i'.'-Usu Gate. UsU OREIGN STEAMERS DUE AT HHS TOUT. TO-DAY. rttett, >vom. lum *?"?'?) .London .N ii,oreti .-pilbllo.Liverpool.White star Mia .Liverpool..National niiaiid.I ivitduoI. ...National ulm.lind . Wilson lu?,.Amsterdam .Neth-Amer. vs,'inland .Antwerp. Med--tar .Tale,mn .N. V. and Med. Ports irooua. Mont, i n.ijr.Weat) la's SUNDAY, JANUARY 0. T nt Cheater.Uvareoel .inman H-i>?.Liverpool. union ? kar.Brana.N. u. Lloyd MONDAY, JANUARY 7. rsi-v City.Bristol.Bristol elly Bwport..Havana .Ward's taoco.Bermuda.Bermuda sn ir tim; Jews. EW-YOKJK.ntlDAY, JAN 4. 1194. A It lt iv En. Rtsamer Mats of Nevada (Bri, Blowan, Olaatow Da i . irne .M. with iuds* anil passengers tt) Austin Baldwin A t o. -iee-,uer I'i shuni (Dtcn), Bonier, Kotterdam 13 days, with ls* and passenger* to .-.inch, f .<! v ^teamer Guadalupe, Nlckersou, (lalveston ndays, vu Key ul Co. ?-,.? lim, ri, iitui ii ?? h.?. : Mis'.-,-!,, Havannah r'-i day, wu:, Isa and passengers to Henry Vongs -ten,un Delaware Wi, nett,) tiurleslon 2 Ht days, with mdse ?-ls hi I XX' QU ll,Hld j. Cl, -t. .Kuri lim Whitney, llal.it, Boston, with mdse to II 9 mock, "Udp Regulus (Nor), I.iine, U'liilo.uii 37 days, with uidse order Hark Ottilia (Ital). De Rosa, Smyrna 56 dava. Gibraltar 28 vi. w,,ti -h.l-i to ? . Furn h. Edye .' I a huik iud- lo, Lisbon S3 days -tedi Mdt and : ,,i ?! loialnck _ ' " vessel l( I, n.i, ex Uonslta, Wallace, PortSpaln io days, In . Brig \.ia I. while (ol Portland), Wldts, Pernambnco ; rs, wlthsuga) ti Iforewood U Coi vassal to MUIei A Hongb i. is, iir riio-ieis Tm ,rt Spain Dec 6, via isl Johns, :. txiil, .h.:,i, sn,d molasvi - to I. W _ P Arm il lim; i luce i i.e.-,- (of Hal 'ni, cn,ii,ell. Capo Ifavtlen 1(1 is, via Delaware Breakwater, with logwood to Ximenes, bli , I i'd, vessel to II I! Balley ._ Co lirlg John .-iw.nl, Towers, llaxaim IA days, with sugar to Aldstock * Co lUNSKT?Winda! Sand)) Hook, nod, rats. NW; clear. At i> Islaad. fresh, Wi clear. BSLOW. imp rberese. Worth, Vanellles Nov 33, in ballast to Thos wham's ? CI.KARKD. -teamer Brltaonlo (Br), Perry, I.Weipoo! via Queenitown? J fortis. -teuiii,-, t;,.i,.-nf Nebraaka rr. Braes, Glasgow?Aas>tla lld % li Vs Cn ?ii?.. n-r Belgravia (Br), Boothby, tiiasgnw?ii. ns. lumms* Westonilaud iP.eif). Hamil., Antweip-iv.'i righi .1 Noa -ir^niei Uu i'.njti t [Belg), I'rarens, Antwerp- i'liin h, f.ilye i .i Iteamer A ott) las (Span), Anasagasta, Pom a, 81 Johns, Pn, - Pim I'liiwiHH, ,t i '?) .teainei KUte ot Texas, Hlsk, Port Beyal and i'i riisindtna? . kfo ?Headier city ol Ang -t, Savannah?Hoary ,, ge, jr. . iy, Newport N.wa am: Weat Point, l 1 lld |iii::ilii!,i:i . . . t,' 'han, e. Routh Amboy?J fl Kren? ?teu,n i ? , Barna, Laguayra 'nilli ms i t loo. ?ilup i'tiuia 1/oiipa (Au-tti. Mattovtcb, Lnsslni'ii tlo, furor ship KW su-t-os,, limn,,101,d, Antwerp?Thouias Dtiniliiiu's i j.In tv A ' ii -inp K lniiii, li ' I','. Tooker, New-Orleans-Bnvd A Hltnken. .ua.-i.u if m nt).i . Iii.. Wine. Mi.llioul'iie-lx W Cami'ioii I e. Sark <)' aaa e ii Horton A som. _ VII.I. l ?!euners Lake winnipeg and Holbein, for Liverpool! Antila i. r.ii, mu I'lincii. Valencia, Laguayra aud Ptit-i'toCubellui ii,.- nf lem-, I ?'. i na,i. li ii si. III n. mi > aug li. -ax annal, Udpnt'tty ol Philadelphia, tot iain,ra, Castine Allister mi Marco Polo, Bremen, Hark* National Vagle for Flume; Louise, Aim ?'lilli I'.ile. Urlg l.i ia Murna, fur meale. TUM M'lVI MEN is OK STEAMERS i IBBION PORT! faa 4?An Ix cd, steamer Ni tx. instit (Hy (Br), ..n Boston. xy (:,?. i -Arrived,steamerTrtano (-"pant, Itnr na from New Orlcaus Die 0..,, her way to Liverpool. intel City ot Chicago iBr), Leiti.li, from Liverpool ,n e for New Yolk p, mm rn. Jen 4?Arrived, steamer Havertoa (Br), Wt ml m. fi nm New-Orleans on lier wm (o lininsn tn,-i.e., Jan ?? -*_.:.? ii. steamer Cornwall iBr), Brown, tor iw Vork. \mwk.kp, Jiu it-.Mrlvcd, steamer BsJgSSUand (Belg), uki ., finiii New-York. Uh Arrived, steamer Jun Bicydel (Belg), Meter, from ?w Voik. I'aikncia. to Jan 4?Sailed, steamer Do,lan Rr1, Mitilnii, r New-Vork. ____________. Am.o,on sasssita. Wini,ir. Awake coughing all nlirht when a can bs cured fin 10 coota hr ADAMsos's BotaaiC (.'-jluiJ ? ,. BestdrnggUta. - ?? ? - - In tlie ph,)* Blackwell'. Durham Long Cut ibacoo )seven moro luxurious tlmn in the cigarette, fur en it ls a fuller smoke, Its flavors ars longer drawn, and its igrancos play around you Uko odors Lu a garden of lillis. Aunotinromeir .. Attend tiik Great Bali of S< alskinSacnusa snd Dolmans for and HI k Unod Wraps, Heal ian. Olav!? Mats aad Bobes, at retail, al Iowas! wSdeoals anSsTkVff _nde*KwtMi,n *tUfcr,1'M ,'t1u?"t' &?*7lJwi ? If th?*r?> fv. r was n ipeeiflc for any one . .,m. plaint, then carter's Little Liver Pills am a sp"!-le f?r Jr* ; eada, ba, sod si ry woman ste.md k_?wti_,? (,B!y ( nc n?___ Beware nf a _lit:lit lmlation in tht throat BlLMMILL'S CuaiiKMKi. ( Ol .ni ito ii! ief. Ki ep a ho. ol them In ymir tm ,..-. ' ?' - ? Hivi'.v A. LlAHIEU. If. D? 144L.'ilt.gton.sve , between 19thand. Boura,Stol Mo7. Diseases of Ute \ r. m.,,. ? Osalis Dnaar) 'irga-i-. I ^~ DYSPEPSIA. The per:', ef PySSSpsIa I'." sn | -,r '!:?e.l|,,n. The action Ot ? Std nauiM*, l.e.trthiiin aadoft.-n.i ? it I.-.,.i, t? iu.jh rle. t nu? trition, thu ma, ked symptom sf whist are SSM hstaad timid, sad sttsrwlaa sluggishaad laadas.nsii i t the Mood. HOOD'S SARSAPARILLA lavlguraies the ?t nat '> sh irpeoa th- appetite, nr^-ca ail the Drgani of the t>.>dy tn hsaltbj ti ii-.nu and aolxlty. It pu-snes Ihebiootl and stlaalatos digestion, lh.- ? aod Cause of Dyspepsia ore renm\ I 1 Was ii'- en i, Morriu, LoweU, Kaia. sayai "For ovi-r a vi.jr I Saffeftd mn-landy fruin Met btadacfcg md gyspspala. Baton i bad _?__? twa batt! ? ? laraapsnlls I waa asaab batter. I am raraty __MMsd-w|__ mv/, mid my load dSSS BSl duli-"Ss SSS Bl I HOOD'S SARSAPARILLA. - ?'? ht ??- *m i ? .,"'.?,sis f ir $.i. Praparsdsalyby c. t HOOD d IXL, Apo) rall, Haas THE LADIES' FRIEND! So Binp;?y un?l Mo ._<.o<_. "I sun so sad and down-hearted I ' irn --,?.? of tbo ? - .f ladies who iii" d-" '?','i ?? d and feel all "oul of ?.ir?." shnii maka thom and theil . unhappy, Allot "i, unhappy ti .il bapptnesa, cheerfulueea sod i"x.- take tin ir pin a v u \.. a \', - BEOULA I'IN'o PILLS wi i reel so I) ppy ands.?'.. it yon "...I only Iry Hi n, uni yon arlll never regret lt, li e ., IOU I.M'. Railway's Regulatim Pills. Perrertly tasteless < , ted, fm th ? irs ot all dla, utters of the stomach, liver, bowels, kidney, hlsdil i i u ,l? var,nu- f..i ms, nei ?? nus di- .. ???-. In auache,, ?oativenea*. Indigestion, dyspepsia, I -r, .si..,, ..f ih.im'... mles hm' illderangi neni* ol 'in nu-rual viscera. PB1 i, i3 CENTS FEB BOX. Sold by ll! driiL;. SECOND EDITION?NOW READY. 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