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PROMINENT ARRIVALS. Jfetr-Tork Belli BenatoraThoron F. R.iy arfl. of I>etaware, and -Georire ll Pendleton, of Oblo. ttsleey House-Senator Dwisin M. Kubin, of Minnesota. .Mrtrunnl,tm. Hotel?Cornelius A. I-.tatt, l7nlted State* Minister to Chill.Onoml Hotel- lnspr.-tor-<icn Sal H. IV t-.-icXet, I'nit-ed Males Anny.V'fth Ateane olrl?A. J. Drexel, of Philadelphia.Hork-lngham Mote - iTofeasor 0. C. Marah, of Yale Colley, ssd Ed Ward J Phelps, of Yi-vmont.Weet nt titler Hme'-Vx Con cress tn cn loni* R. t'.imckel. of OUo, snd OeOfWE M. Billie,of Monficeilo, N. Y.Windsor /.'n-W?Colonel Burnley Campbell, of Boot I nnd..Ffctoria J-f-'W? Benhor Valenle, of thc BraslllSB li-dtlon ut Waahlnptun. ... .lintel Hrtxiifxrnk-Gilliam Bliss, presMeal of tbe Boston and Albnny Hailroad Company.Attn marie Kui*/--Senator Thoma* Newbold, of Pou^likccpsl.-. I WHAT IS GOING ON TO-DAY. Assembly In> esttuatlBg Committee, Metropolitan lintel, 10 ii m. Hettie Committee on Cities. Citv Hall, 10 a m. Rsptil'lt'-an Assinib'y (.otiveBilous, White l'luln* snd Pins* iittilre. Metho.ilst i .t..fet. n. c. Pt. Paul's Church. Nw y ut Bast Cimfcrt me, Hanson Place Methodist Church, Rr.ii.klvn. Anatml meeting New-York Lacrosse Clnb, Astor Elouse, ?:90V'. tn. Sit. ii l^son'* Cabinet, City Hall, 1 p. bs. Training School for Nurses' Coiniue Boeuient, New-York Hospital. H p. m. Mr.H)klv n Young Men's Pewocratie Club illnner, ABUmxe bly i; ? . m Onft-ll' fl >a?e 1 ^ f.i re lleferee Dunning. N--w Ysrk Yacht (Tub meeline, No. 25 Braad-st.. 3 p Bl. Art reooj.tlou, National Academy of Deeign, 8 p. m. NKW-YOKK CITY. ?Strawberry shflTt flBlB has made its appearance In Mu- restaurants. The (ott.m Exchange decided yesterday io keep boiuiay "ti Good friday, but "?t on Holy Saturday ?n.i Eastm Monday, Students of the Cooper Union went t<> Greenwood yesteni iv to liv Bowen nu tlie inavo of Peta Cooper, u beinj thc aamversary of his death. '1 Imo hundred steamfitters mel laai ui?ln in Mil? itary Hall, -No. 193 l?uv\. iv, and resolved io or^au l/i' a union. ? i ie Americas Laud and Water Olnbh-is boon in? corporated. The trustees ate John c. Smith. Ed wara J. Price, Jackson McClellan, samuel E. Mc? Gill and H.i.i \ ii. lilford. WRIOIII Hilt) V >lt F^AMIVATIOV. Georgs E. Wri|tht,a1 tin- Boee] Harket Police Oowt, yesterday, ob the charge "f attempting to extort ii.(ii)i y flout Geom fisrbiner, ot Mo. 'A-i Bowery, was beld In it wu bali i i ni -1 i i.i r. un i) roa Timi.. Rickard Clarke, agc thirty-four, al the Tombs Police Court yesterday was held in 0500 bail for vi"..niuir' he Penal i lode, -it No. '21*2 Broadway, by eeiling pooloon the New-Orleans racee. R MOV1MU HU ili'l'V Ul MK. I'Altllllh'.F. The bodv ol James li. Partridge, ex-Ministcr to rem. na-, t.iketi from the steamer blysia vesterday by lue brother-in-law, W, t*. Woodward, who. tn the <-v. -iiui^, -t.nu-.l with it for Philadelphia, where the baiial will taki place. ki mom, i.ni d i" rnsorp. Tbo engagements of gold for shipmen! to Europe to-day amounted yesterday to $1,628,000, ol which all except $300,000 is in gold oars, fhe total ex? ports ol noni since th. beginning of tho present movement ainonnts to $11,913 OOO, to ritoMdiK missionabv work, Benator Warner Miller will preside at tho anni fOiaati of tbe H me and Foreign Missionary! of the Methodist Episcopal Church to-night, in vt. Pauls Methodist Episcopal ch ur. h. Addresses will be deli v< red by Bishop Andrews, Qeneral C. B, fisk, aud ot ti.-. tr aim- bbpobtkdto br bad. The regular meeting of tbe Amalgamated Trade and Labor Uaioa was beld lasl night at No. io btautou-Mt. rho reports from tbe anions showed that tr.ole vi as in a bad condition, willi i number of men om ot work. A. Btrasser uml J. L\ tacked the Central Labor Union end ridiculed itt protousioas to a membership of t>7,oi?;). Damaoko WANrao mn hmm; kin over. Ikuuc H. Norton, ci No. 51 East Eleventb-st., wai crossing Broadway at N.mh--.t., yeaterday morn tag, w, i-n be was Knocked down aud ran 'iver by ? Btaite and seriously cul about the lett ear ami temple, Ihe driver was arrested. An action will he begun again;-, tbe company to recover .*.*?,coo on the ground of gross negligence. THI Ii UPOIXfl OP STATER ISLAND BOUND. Erastus Wiman,president of ike sn.it.-n Island Rai I wa v Company, has written to i'm. I'MinilNE ex? plaining the t'..-1'i'.'i of the bill in ?tangies* for the ?ridging of staten Island bound, I'he bill ia op i by ih? New-Jersey representatives, lie urges thal all the eonmiercial bodies of New-York, win. ii sre interested in cheap storage, should unite to (ieiiiiiiiii tin- passage ofthe bill, TIIFI l.A-T OF A BOHR K'lll (IllI.I'KI N. This week will see the ei d of the old Union Horne for Soldiers end bailors' children, which wi - llshed in lv'?l at One-hundred-aud-ftfty-flrsl lt. and th'- Boulevard. Owing totbe expiration of lin b-a-e un.l t lu- lack of support the Board of Directors dei ide.l so,in- time ano tn close the institution, and advertised for parents and friends to remove tbe children. Mrs. Judes Daly, the president, nnd Mia, Admiral Farragut, th" vice-president, havo mad'- -sii.-iiiii.il- efforts toestahlish i i.e Lome iu now quarter*, but without success, lin CONDITION rn .ni lim Ll VAP.D. Tho Cit liens'West Bide Improvement Association mei last eveniug nt No. 408 Weet Bevi uty-first-st., \\ llliam M. Bark. i. president, in the chair, A com? mittee wa-- Instructed lo confer * ith Commissioner Thompson In regard to the condition ot tbe Boule? vard and. if ii." e--,.rv, to endeavor to bnve titi ordinance passed by the Board of Aldermen au? thur, /.ni,' tin- Board ol Public Works to level tbe road-bed uml provide it with cross walks. A TAII-.ilt HAM,- IIIM-I 1 f. William Kerns, a tailor, employed by Ferhheimei A (h., ni No. 7 Astor Puce, was missing from lui work-beach yesterday, ami John A. Butler, a fel low-workiiiitii, wiie sent to look for him. A short March revealed Kemi suspended by a rope aronnd hi* neck from un Iron rod in a closet on the fourth floor. Lifo wai extinct when be was cut down. Tho snicide was thirty var'old. and lived with his -wits ami family at No.263Mauger-st., Will ?Msb-urg. A ImMl -I IC I'll ' 101 'TY. Jacob Gebhard, a line-looking Gorman, wai cbuiged by bi-' wife, in tlie Yorkrille Police ('ourt, yesterday, with threatening to shoot her. Ile isa maltster. Inuit-' nt Nu. -H-l* First-ave., and ii thc father of eleven children, His wife had one of the children in ber arms, and led four others. Bhe saul that be was jealous ot ber, and be replied thai he wanted a divorce, she then refused t<> sustain the complaint, bm threw iii anns round her husband and implored him io return lunn'-. Justice Murray pa.-. .I Qebhard under 91.000 bail for good behavior for six loon thu. IUK wiun-iN.; in Tilt'.rilli DBI n'* UD SCBOOL, J. \V. Saintier. superintendent of the sohools of tbe Cbildreu's Aid society, said yestontay that he had thoroughly Investigated the case of las Miller, who wus whipped by her teacher, Miss <>'K'---n>, end waa convinced that Hie girl bad not been punished ern.liv. Hhe was extremely unruly and Insulting, and il'-e:v.d a wUppiug. Moot of lier li nil sss weie canned by bel Struggling and hitting her hands and anns against tne school furniture, hut these brtii-ses were not nearly so serious ss they seemed, foraphyaican wbo examined thc child said that sh.- had ti skin which beOMBO exii-mtivoiy swollen and discolored from Ute slightest bloa -.. A I'if'HAlll.V 1 A 1 Al. i A-l Of IIIIIMM,, Kate Frayne, awe thirty, wa* riv-ii shelter by Mis. Kinma Thonpeon. iu Ilofl'mau-st,, Fordham, a few day-a^ii. She sail thnt she had bein red OOM from aiHui-m e t" poverty. On Wednesday night Mri.. Thompson spilled sou,'- oil on i be table, ami, in lighting a lanni, .'suited the oil. Ihe top ol tin table biased np, and Mrs. Fray tu- jumped to ht i foot, and gathering up her skirts, attempted to ex? tinguish ihe flames. Mer clothes w-re set on tire. atul tbe woman inti ont into tin- Mre'-t in a blane, Mr. rhompeon canght her aud wrapped her in a blanket, extinguishing th<- Hames, bnt the woman's injune,-, were so serious that yesterday elie was re mmi'.! to tin! Ninety-ninth Btroot Hoopltal, Her condition ift .rai. al. BROOKLYN. Tin- drowned bod] ol ? maa wu Eoundatthe foot oi North Fint-Ot vesterday. City Workst ommueiom r Flecman opened yester? day tea bi-is fm i loaning streets .'or tnt ni il tln.-t^ yt .ii-. A suit for absolute divorce bas been begun by lira. Kona Hughes against Daniel C. Hughes. They wei.- marmel in 1070. Tho divorce snit of Reuben Kyle against Mrs. Mattie li. Kyle VV..S Ul-.I in the .^i||ileni. ( oil 11 yeeterday, lt"- plainttil alleged criminality ou th.-i>.itt t.i hst.,1' with Edward C. Uatu, police seru'-iiiit "t the Ninth 8ub-Precinct. bans denied tin- ,i . osation. Ile is the police officer who int ited i.;.-i .l.-ii. t -.m. iii,-1 inv. Hill murderer, after ba mil shot two men and two women, and was in hid,ng in a in.le under a fireworks factory, 1 .< Jurj waa instruct! I lo seal np theil verdict. Mis. i ttharim Vau Beuren began a suit in Brook? lyn t "? u foi limited di >..i.. ii..,., |,. , hut band, Adolph Van Ben., on thi ground of cruelly, He wan ordered to pay lils wi fi f * a week, I V..n Beun nsei ured ui absolute divorce from hie wife in lite (Supreme i ourt, Nea ^.,:k..,, that she bad had nut ne intimacy with hisbrotuer, Mfa Van Beun-n neglectKHl to examine the pup rs served on ber, and io no defense was ini Afterward bar lawyer secured a reopening of the case. Bhe asserted that her husband and brother in-law conspired against her. A tin nosMtoas h.i^ bein tii.-tl with tho County Cl'-ik t" prevent tbe m? I?- of B three story brien Banoo in Johnsousst., which forms part ol the mi . tl for the i et 11-ral Building. 1 hu title deeds ;?f the property weie givea by Aomas Fleming to John Casaidy aoaocarity for a loan. Mr. Cassidy irausferied title to the property to Hermann Lien ma n.i, who took title in ot der tn dispose ol it lo Ile Government Tin- amount paid Cassidy urns $30, tK>0. ile ottered I'Jeiiiing th" duli renee between that amount aud the loau he had made, bul Flem ng refused it, and asserted that he and his wife ia.l not consented to the sale. Cassidy says that he MM witnesses to his consenting. Now Flemiuu has H-guB proceedings to stay the sale. HEWS FROM THE BVBVRRB. PWAYER ANO LAW FOR TEMPERANCE. PTOHK OF KKFORM Cl IRS ANI> LAW AND OHMS So. ir MKS. A larre and enthusiastic meeting of the Refonn ^lnb of Plainfield, N. J., waa hold on Thursday ivemng in tho leetiire-rooin of the Methodist, Episcopal Church. Ono member of the subset ip lion Committee reported $1,200 towaid the penna. lent fund, and another $1,100. Repraseutstivss nil., (in--til from Elisabeth and Westfield, and wiked that tho club send delegations t" those stacee. A oommittee was appointed io ??> to \\ Bet Held and hold a meeting to-morrow evening, Tbs Employment Committee conMstingof Andrew Van lerbeck, Martin W. Thorn and T. J. Gillios iras appointed to bein members of the club setekiiiK ?work to obtain ii. and also to provide employers abo wanted the services of temperance men with neb. rhe new room* on Front-it. wore nnnonnced ready for occupancy, and will bo kopi open dav and (vening tor the ne of the club. Mr. De I,a Monta jne, a hard drinker for forty vears, cave an inter Mtingaocoant of the way in which bo was led to dim the pledge. He saidW had thought thu matter iver tor iliiee w.-.-'ss before making up his mind. riie meetiugsannounced for to-morrow were a tem? perance praver-meeiinir in the Trinity Reformed .'hutch, aud one in the Holly Tree Inn: K Gospel temperance meelina m the Methodist Episcopal Church, und one at tho Trinity Reformed Chnreh. 'I heir wai a large attendance on Thnraday after? noon al the tirst meeting of the Womans' Christian -Temperance Union ol Bloomfield. The ladies were snthu&iastfc, and chose, bes,.le rhe regnlai offloers, nine vi.-.--presidents ir.un the diflerent denomina? tions to aot as en executive committee. Mr*. Den? man, Mrs. Ilnmineraud .Mrs. Andersen from .Newark, representing various branches of the work,'were preen! to instiire the new union by tellinir of the beginning of their city organisation end ol boom of ito good results, A Temperance School or Hand ol Hope will be the first branch of work engagod in. A meeting for prayer and consecration will be held each week. As Dodd Hall was not In readiness the Reform Club held its Friday night meeting in the Baptist Church, tho Bundey afternoon meet? ing wiu be held In the same chnreh. The temper sue work is being pressed, not only "ti tbe line of mural Influence, hui of the enforcemt nt ot i listing liquor laws. i he Women's (.'lin'-tian Temperance Union of A< hun Park lu* Inaugurated a series of (sunday afternoon prayer and experience meetings. A |uveuile Temperance Union hos been organized with a large and growing membership. Ii me lay aftei oo ina 1 Im te nj erance people of Morristown ore exercised over the discovery that $.1,000 a mouth is spent foi beer Ls twi h they Iud Major Scott to lecture before ? large aud and iliwan- making efforts to secure Rlaboeand En rlish. who have been meeting vmiIi grr*t succeos a* Montclair sud Plainfield. I lie i nun rotnn in Haekenssck wm crowded with people yesterdav. Borne were curiously awaiting iiie disposition bj tbe Court of theil applications uses, and mauv were there t" hear a', what was going ou. The Lan and Drdei Society wj- represented by Counselloi Mitiou Demurest. -Several largely signed petition* in opposition to granting of licenses were pr.- ent I, rhe ot between ihe liquor nealon aiul temper? ance Interests was warm, Onh t\<n uew licenses were granted- ths Pali ide ?teg , .i, ,.(? ij.,. Hudson Rivi r, and i hotel on the Passaic River, lo i"- kept by James McKee tliehoree-trainer. A great eflort va* strain ? to procure a license for the Port Lee Hotel, ; t for th" lower ela: sea of New-York < ,'ity. lt was at thia hotel where, on a Sunday last summ t, ii i was committed in an effort made by s speo ial policeman to quell a disturbance. Tue Conti iodised thc lu'cu-ti. In Hackensack the Law ami i 'r.l.-r Assooialio.1 succeeded in overthrowing all the applications. TWIT.Vt: TEARS POR STEALING |30,000. William A. Hull, who wa-- recently convicted of forgery aud embezzlement while . !? ??! clerk >'> i ii<? Coutrolh r, was tal ? n before ,i idge Denne, in x ark, yesterday, and sentenced lo I - rs'im? prisonment. After Hall saw t li:? t the crime being traced to bim he fled to Cauada and fought theeflorts to extradite him in the! i courts. Sn week-, nu., his i ouusel, ex-Judge Johnson av.av trom New ni i. tn av..r.l trial for forgorj snd dement, and Hall was rein.leu liv < ort land Parker. When tho prisoner wno placed st the bai Mr. Parker pleaded in mitigation ol severity that Hal! had been brought under the ihflueuci ..i bad men in public life; thal tn running avvaj and using legal pt accra to prevent his return he was univ doing what "as natural nuder the circum? stances : tbat be had already suffered mnch in jail un.! that in prisonmeni was much more terrible lo s refined man, such as the prisoner waa, than toa hardened ci ImtuaL Judge Depne, in passing sent, nt s, said that since the prisoner bad saved the county considerable ex? pense by making no defence on some of tbe < ?gainst finn, soul.- leniency would be extended. He then sentenced Hall t<> v u yeaVs1 imprisonment npon the conviction inr forgery, and two years on each ot two convictions for emliezzlenient. The Laid two terms were made cont nm nt. so that Hall will be confined twelve years altogether, Hil am bezzli in' ni amounted to $30,000, -* JERSEY CITY. nie office of Horace H. Farrier, a broker at No, 3 Montgoinery-at., ?as entered hy burglars on Thursday night .'ind nibbed ol ijKl.Sl 0, l ;r three safes iu the office, bm the burglar* only at? tacked the one which contained the money, Sev? eral burglar's tools ol fine quality wen- fouud on the Boor. John I.ale-v. ol No. lld. Ten th-st.. while drunk on Thursday night assaulted his daughter Kate, age .- gkteen, i-n .kmu heron the bead with an axe. Tue ? .f the wi ipon glanced from the youug woman's skull and carried with it a large pie.i scal)i mnl lian. Her mother ^.ii-1 In oourl thal neither fin- nor hoi daughter had any com],'mint to make against the prisoner, but Juuge Btilsing de? cided to bold him. Director Govern, ofthe Board nf Freeholders, bas called attention i" the le I that s n w .- > rn- ago the County indentured a number ot children from the Almshouse to the Catholic Bishop ol thi Diocese of Newark. The law requires pet-suns to whom children are indentured to make annual reports to the Board " regarding the location and condition" of the children, but this has nut l,cn din... One ol the bovs is now niissiag, uni th.- Director ad 1 tbe Board to baye mme inqniry made about him. The clerk was directed to take the necessary -steps in reference to tbe missing bo . NEWARK. In the \tii.-.in Methodist Bpi* opel Conference yesterday, ii was shown that S70i -jr, had boon collected tor the "dollar fund'1 for Wilbert.? Collei;'-. Tin- Judiciary ('.mit tee have now under consideration charges again*! a member of thc cnn,, ?rein .- oi intemperance, and it was under? stood that a secret session was Intended for hearing the committee's report. Lasl night th., c.mi. j-mo was address, tl on 00 " Educated Ministry." -Af BUNDEY NEW-JERSEY TOWNS. F.vr.t i WOOD.?A memorial window isbcingnlacod in Bt Paul's Protestant Episcopal Chun h which will bimi au inscription to the Kev. John William Payne, formerly rector of the chnreh Extensive alter? ations and repair-, arc being made in 1 he Intel (or of the church. MouatsTOw.v ?The Bev. A. c. Mortimer, of Rtaten Island, lectured in St. Peter*! Church yes? terday. MaOIOOX, -iii" K.-v. J. H. Kim o hs. the newly appointed minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church, will occupy the pulpit to-morrow lue Itev. w. 1. liiii, pastor f..r tho lum ttn?o years, has an opted a tall io Lawrance, Ma ?, Loxa liKvi.ri -James Duffy, who was arrested upon a charge of creating a disturbanoe in thc High Hchoil building, wooocnteHced t" live days' imprisonment in the County Jail at Freehold, bul Justice Britton gave him until to-day i" secure ti writ of hal eas corpus.The Salvation Anny wno recently refused the nee t,t the Open House far ite meetings. Tbe owner of Washington Hall ha- also retuned tbe use of ins building to th** Army, and ito scouts have decided to leave Long Brand to its doom until summer, when tho Army will erect tents and besiege toe town. Kev i-i.i'i.-I be stockholders of the new National Dank v, ill mt ct o,i Monday to poll.rel the organ , i tlt.il. Aobuby Pa na.?The Salvation Anny will begin it-, meei inga here to-morrow evening witb ?? Kannai Jock "as commander, He announces that ut 7:3C p. m., 8unday, "the Battlements of Hell will bc stormed,*'.The lecture-room ol thc new brick Methodist Episoopai Chnreh will be dedicated to-morrow morning hy the Bev, Dr. v.. Hunt. doran Qbovi . -1 be Rev. Dr, E, ll. Btok ? .it ni tiie i) ean Oro . e < lamp tf< ciation, who is now in Barona, i bom* in ten .lavs. A reception win be gived him al tbi ,-ne,ii.ni House.1 riday, april 18, will be ' I plantins Daj." Kaiiw .v.?! Im Republicanshav? nominated for Council: Joseph M. Potter, First Ward: lleury Carman. Second Ward; and Jobn C. ? rbi rd Ward. I'he Democrats bavi non ll. Aeken for Freeholder, Nkw-Bri wswk K.-lh- ease of tbe Board o Chosen Freeholders against Levi 1? Jarrard, tbi defaulting collector, will be tried at a dat* toon t. bc agm d upon. Ta i in h.in.?in the County Court yestcrdai Prosecutoi i - . applied foi an executioi uk,un i iln- pi ,j.-ity of Bridge! Dooley, abo i coutim d in the i ounty Jail in default or paymen Ol a tue Of $200 und OOOtS lol tm ? . goods, Mrs. Dooley, he stated, owni cousiderabli prouerty aud could par the fine if nhe choosy bu prefers to remain tn ini In comfortable sass at tic county's expense. William Coleman was b.-ut i. blatc i'i .t-vu tor six months tor garroting a coin nanion named Gallagher In a lonely alleyway on Wednesday night, and attempting to rob him. Honour.*.?Willian E. Hackett, the expert, ac? countant who wa* engaged to examine the books of Collector McMahon, han not boen nt tha City Hall since Moadny. He was then paid $100 for two weeks'salary, and subsequently staled in a bar-room that ho had made a mistake in reporting McMahon's defalcation at $00,000. -a, l.ONO ISLAND. Coi.i.vor I' hnt.?The body of a man, ahont tliirty-tivo veers of age, was washed ashore at tho steamboat nock yesterday. The features were not rooognltoblo. HBMPSTSAP.?Tho spring elections for town offi? cers throughout (Queens and Sudolk Counties af? forded gratitication for ths Uepnblicau party. Hampstead is the only Republican town m Queens County, but Jamaica also returned a Republican Supervisor and the Democratic majorities in Rush? ing, Newtown and Oyster Hay were largelv reduced. Kl rsiMNt;.?Tho Kev. Mr. Laabv. a Methodist minister, last Sunday preached on Dancing." ile ile. land it imuioriil, and said he should expel any of hi.s members who persisted iu tts practice. The young members an greatly provoked .uni say that t in- \ will embrace tba Bras opportunity to lent that question.Ex-Judge Anthony Miller, a boos re? cent illness was the oooasion of a trip lo Florida is on his way homo.The announcement of the proposed erection of a casino, combining the fea liiios of a dam ing hall and a theatre, resulted in the defeat of thc sopraniistion of (3,000submitted tn the electors on Tuesday. Tho casino is to cost 929,000, thc lar?er part'of which is already sub sen bed. Nat, Harrok.? The Rev. Henry A. Blake has ac? cepted n call to the pastorate of I he I'lvmouth Con gt.-nattonal Church at Providence, K. I.Appli? cation has been made tor the EoraclOOIire ol ihe liml mortgage bonds ou tho Hampton Ploanng Hills by order of the trustees; sIso the second inortpHije bonds ou thc finnie, property and thc appointment of Edward Driscoll as receiver. Anona.?Tho Astoria Ker rv Company has in course of construction al Bed Hook, V J., a ferry? boat that is to be completed ami ready for duty early In Jnly.A few davi ano a man went lo the office i'i tho Treasurer ol Long Island City and requested to examine the books of Astoria property. 11. ? -.I i hut it w^s nut generally know n, si iii ii was a fact, that tho City ol Bow-York owned a large portion of rulio i-st., Astoria. Prom what can be learned the street wss opened many yearang" bi to. n anthoritiea without paj inc New-York a dollar. Eartha Mpnix.?Tbras deal hs occurred in tbe vil? lage last week, for ibo iirst linn-in nine months. .rhe lilford House ls one of the oldest on Long Island, I'he town v\as settled in 16-19, and tbe house was built thies years later, Mr, Samuel Green Mulford, the present owner, represents tbo si\th generation. snit 'iiii.t i).?A duplex pump with a capacity ul 2.500,000 nullo.is har- been placed at the slid mil of the Brook 1 j n Watct Works. i rr Bay.?In ih:h, Samuel Jones, in his will 10,000, the inc.tm. tobe applied lotne mp. poi' of i lu ip. ofthe towns of North Hempstead and Oyster Bay. A farm of seventy acres ws pur? chased at Brookville, and s large building known ss the Jones Institute was built and has tor some years pas been used as an inc almshonsefor both of the town-. A few years ago the fond was in? creased st tbe deni h of \\ niter l.'. Jones, bv a k-en-cy fl -I.(KUI. STA I CN ISLAND. Btaplrto) Captain Peter Polworth, of the Aquehonga finn C nb. who recently won the diam dj of Richi.I County at pigeon shooting, bas ma do a m. tl nth Hairy C. Jones, of 1 ie Sta? pleton (run Club, to shoot at fifty birds each, twen? ty live yards rise, for 9300. Ei.TlNovrtl.K.?Frederick Williams the hot"l keeper, still lie* in ajmoarious oonrtifion from In? juries said to have been Inflicted by John Roe, Matthew V--( >iv and John Stephi ts, who wera ? ,i.l vesterdiiy ut Clifton. Owing to the condition of Mr. Williams the hearing was post. Doned. Tortr.WM 11 . Captain 1.nt.lurette's -schooner, James Butler, which was supposed io bave been lo.-,i nil iln Capos ol Virginia, arrived yesterday. ALONG I HK BOUND. Mn iori) Willi un c. Durand has been ap? pointed by tbe I euislatnre one of n commission to investigate tho Townsend Pavings Hunk nt New Havon. Mill "A p n?l< kail $ 150,000 di posited in th.- bank when it fa iind.Mr. and Mts. I dward P. Smith, ot New-York, bave beea the guests "f John C. Connors and fsmilt for several dav The directors of the Milford and Orange .Agricult? ural Soi r ly havo di oided to holli their annual fair in September, lli'.ruii ?Thefnneralof Colonel Oeorgefl I fut, of tim 4th Regiment, N. G., took pin.-with religions, military and ma-onie honors yesterday. Wv-1 Stkatvokd, The fi o * has ruined concrete walks in many parts of the village, ami sxtensive r, pans will be necessary, Wi -i port.? Arrangements .ire waking nnder the direction of the Rev. I.E. fattie, of the Congrega? tional Church, t" l.n the corner- tone "t the Mani..- i'lTt- A. tu icm v.I i... ir the letters fonniug the work " ln...iin..;.-hcnsiliilil v" a Woman bas formed 5!lfl intelligible words without the aid of printed matter, ami a n val, a mau, has formed 511 wolds. Bun.i,i poi it, D. W. Kisssni and I.. K, I hav in-? di>olined the RopubUcao nomination for Mayor and Clerk respectively. Ase 9. I'anoni sntl VVilllsra H. Kelsey have been nominated. I be election will take place ou Mi'tu lav.lt was re j,oneil yesterday that between November 1, ltW3, ami the close of navigation in December, there were caught on oyster Iuds adjoining tbe Bridge? port nubile heu-* about 1.1,000 bushels of starfish. .-larc OctobetL l iIn-v hail- destroyed otc] OOO acres. Prom sfx to ten steamers have been catch? ing starfish during the past "iv months at an ex? pense of 95,000.Amos Herkins and Clarence Hoi ia, conductors on t he t lonsolidated (toad, nave ? .I.rio- Lawn Tennis Clnb ha* engaged grounds at llighlan I Avenue Park for tbe Bummer. .>. res .liv"it es have been granted by tho .Su? perior t"onrt daring it* piewmt session.The police mmle 157 Streets tn March; loll prisoners were foroignoi;'. (Ir.t i tWICH.- Thc I*i?v. T. R. Deda, who was formerly a waiter in a New-York hotel, about two years soo oraunlced a church among tbe colored people. Through bis labors many havooeeu bmuuhi lo attend church aud an evening school which he established. A church edifloe is now In process of erection.The Hartford and Harlem Bailroad l om pa nv I, as lill tl maps ol ihe hiv out of I he road vi ith the I omi Clerk .Tbe people ol the Metho? dist Episcopal Church are delighted with lb-* thonghttbal thc New-York East Conference are likely to assign the Kev. Mr. Lightbourn, of the Seventh Street Church, New-York, as thou pastor for tbo next year. Bia.mk .ni).? To-inoiimw will lie the tweuty-flfth annivi mai v "fi he Rev. Hr. Dodge's Rmi sermon in tbe i li iver-alisi Church, and Hie.asion will be appropriately observed. NaOslATVl K. lt was reported yesterday timi the doubts tracking cd tlie Naugatuen Bailroad would be ."ii ploted bj Angus! 1. Hi i.? iFond.? The Kev. Arthur Sloan is reported to nave effected another faith cure. This time il is ? case of cancer which bas kept a lady confined to her bed fm a number of yours. WE8TCBR8TEB COUNTY. Nxw-Rocir n.t.?The New-York, New-Haven and Hartford Railway Company on Thursday signed a <.traci witn dames Henderson for the eic timi ofthe proposed new passeager depot. Willc I'i.Atv-.?A Poet of Ihe Grand Army of the Republic was organganlxed on Thunda] evening. It will be known os tbe Weitzel Post No. 106. Several members of Wadsworth Poet, of East Chester, wera present. KaThxah.?At a meeting of tbe town officers of lied tm d lost evoi ni", a pet ition was presented, asL ing for au snpronriotion of $'_'<M) to srect ? substan? tial prison, for tuc tempenirvtl.-teiitii.li of prison* ern. Tana tto wa.?A strolling band of minstrels landed from a train yesterday, and went to the hotel kepi I.y Ira Baker. A liberal collection wss given iin-ill, Mi. Baker contributing live bright pennies, smoog which ho discovered later was ? qaartor sagle. Mvn Ms',.- A hill drifted ashore at Scarborough yesterday, and the rumor spread that the bod v of Captain Cronk, ol the wrecked schooner Seabird, bau been found, lt was shown, however, timi it did not bellini; to Captain Cronk or hs mate, Baker. Yonkers, Two laygg sehoonora with < irgoeoof molasses and ingar for Seed's raflnery srrivsd yca terday from i nba. ? -? WASH r.i; TOS OB MATH M IT/I >. / td,.,ti.rr, t,t, WA An ind i- "l>: of LJovernor Robin* xon't i... i ? . .. i, r.l.iv was the ti.ni-nii-.-l..a i,, iiim ii an Mr.GeorasB, Heed of this elty. accompanied hr ? illation pt. tim 11 I., ti. ! a printed ??? j" ot s hitherto uuinilillMbe.1 lrttar -. i i.-i ii i, t die "I .ii.iti' "I Sli i ..ni.ii v.' lin- letter N , .i i<, Nicholas Vine.eeo,., Newburyport, suthoi grui .ii i' ii a i. H.- j.i11.ii ta*i In ibis coantry, aad was lit ilf III.? H.a,-I|.l .': I .opj iii I'" ? "ik flinn Hie author, Itu tut In full ll k. le Hppt itu. il : " Mm vi Vi irs.is. .lune 20, 1 "Rmi l i.-."i--t yon -. ui ...... , ; ,,,; tteot thanks foi ...ur l?.l 11<- lei'.-1 .a im lat of .lue. i i.i ii (walch did not set to in) i,,, ni iii \o i. i.l.i ,u..i also for tbe copy ol yom ----t? i, ni ..I a i ii li a. i ii " which you wen plea* ,1 topra em ta me. - Tbs li n md..nc manner In which thal ..uri- i- , ami thc . I- - mi in inst r In t ul, ii ti i hound, h. pla , mg I'.ia ol th* pi ..(.-ii- -h whlcb the arts are makins in nm faun'I y. lint I Mimili i!n violent e lo lui nun fri-1 rn ir-, ll I ..'ippn-ml ss a. a- ntl ian. ni ni ii.e bellsl I*.il ma word Itaelf la calculated to in i'-jiiiiii^ ti-e(ul A boiwralila ta iii>- United Males.? ?- lt i- inn ri -nt. bowaver, to amu-lie rou. timi dlffl li ni nf mv olin dei el. lin I'm nu nillir opinion lenten on ol I am p. i i"i malice ..-i rounded rather un ths aipiii u .v ms i>l? ita tummies ul Gcallemeu iiuatssai:di> pvs?c?i?d vf frest mathematical knowledge than tm the partlsl and ncompetent iittentlon I havo been able to pay to lt vny iclf. But 1 munt be permitted to remark that the iuu ?ct, lu my eetiniatli.il, holds a hl-jrher muk ia the literary icale than you are diapoaed ts allow. Tke science of fl*. tren, to a certiiln .legree, li not oaly IndMtieuaahly reipil iltefn every walk of emoted life, Imf the lnveatluratlon of nathemattcsl truths SCCBStOSM the mind to method sad lorrectBeas In reasoning, and li an smploymeBt peculiar y worthy of ral Ional beings. Ia a eli.inly state of exist mee.where io many thing* appcur nraoarloas to tlia ba ?lld?re<l research, lt li here that, the rai limul fucultlr* Ind a Urra foundation to reat upon l-Yom the high irsiindiif Matheniatlc.il .t PhUoeopklsal ilciiionstniUoB, rn are inieinlbly leil to far nobler HpeouUtlniu Si ?ulilitno nedltstlowk " I hope * trust thst the work will ultimately prove not ?*m j-rofltiii.te than reputable to rourself, fi wmn to one ii. in Bfesdsrt. ca ail bands, thal snob a system was mich wanted.?Its merita belter eatahllelied by Hie sptiro iailou of i ?iup.-ii ni Judges, 1 fi,iim m. h. li iii ii Har Mee if Ita bctna an ainerlnif, piiMliielloir and the llrMt of tim hui willi li bsa anpoiiipii will Induce every patriotic ami Ibero] Dharaeterto ai.-e lt nil tbe eouataasace A patronage skis pawer -f n suevents, yon nu rest sssured, that. * no nerasii takes more interest lu tho eiieimrsjreiuoiit. of tiiiericin genius, no no one will lie mine highly gratified tull tbe snocess et your Inrsalous, arduous & ussfnl uu rrtaklng than he, who lui the unfeigned pleasure to ubscrtbe iiltmrlf wiih esteem 4 regard. ".Mir, " Your most obedt ar.d " Very HMe Servant, " Oo, WasauoTow. "Nichols* Pike Ka-ir." MARINE INI KLLlii ES'CE. UIVIATT7RF. htMAMhO. ?BllSSa fctft Mti.fir-5 Moati MSB, liMiMsssfs sga<o io ? iou wen ro-nir. I if siadyffeok. ItM-OeV.Mssd, 408; F?ell fitts, bbb '.M.?sanity lloail, 4;05 Uar. lil.iad. 4.40; Uell Otis. u.JD ?'til: I .ION STEAMERS DIE AT THIS PORT TO-DAY. Vi i'l. I fim. Urta igyptIM Monarch.Ixnul.in.Meniroh MHB.Liverpool.National (altin .I.ivmuo.,1 .White star !.'? nf Florida. nlB.u-uw . Stats ilia .Ilri-iiien ,-t--Minthampton .!* O.Lloyd Ininti,..uta.Hamburg. Ha;nti-Ainr>r. IlitanalS . Palnum N. Y. ano Mea. I'ort* ?MMIAV. APRIL* liuka .I.iver ti.Hil .I in ron . riiirniilie.Hiivn-. Krt-n. li-11 ni., ti i . Ha'iitiiir- . M:i.i.'..-A'ti.-r ..tniiterilaiu.-..Nath.Am?r ij.ini...i-.iugii. Bermuda.Quit Ports KOW DAT, APltii, 7. arssags.I lavena.Ward'l 8BIPPINU NEWS. 'ORT OF NEW TURK.-FM DAY, APRIL 4, 1884 Af'.lUVi.i-. et Rfcynlsad d'., ii;.. .'.itu;"!..n, Antwerp March OT rilli milne anil psaseBsm tit Pi er i.nii:?irt . tr, . i i, ? tfeaatni 8, ?all-nun ISL au'l lilliraltar 17, wil'i rmi-..- In PhSlpS Bros >v i .. St.-.fit. i Colon, shu Uf'.r.!, A?|iiii*?ll J Uu. s, v. it li Indee ami tarArrterr- tn Pr., iii, M'iii Satin steamer Pomona (Hri. Cook, Montego Ray toil Port Marla6 uv--., with fi ntl BBdMSaengoratoli Hoi .l-i .-.- i .1 Blas.r Athoa (Url, Low, Ki as" ton Mi'.-'i i srsnllls 10, 'aritiageua lil awl hart Llin.m 24, a n , rn,!-..' t,, Pim, For rix-i ,v ' ,,. lites smit Clenfnefos i-.iuioth, Cienl.pis Starch i\ st <tgo /h, and N ri- s ui, NP, .11, willi 1,1, lc ...ni pa.-., . n- I vnr.l h < ... m. ri ra i 1 allah laaee, fltbt r. -^r.v rn,n iii 2 ij days, with milse .i.l i' .. Mr.ini'-r 'i'ii Whitney, ll aile tt, ll ..->'. n. wt'h mdse sad Maaanoers lo ii v IMmei i>. suN.SKr-wtn.i bi -.cctv Hook, tresa, BWt slsad] ai .il} Uliiini, a gain. NW j )'|.iii.',y. \ Itllri st?ani?T Aflrintif Br), Parsed, Liverpool via Qneonatown? it i t oms l learnt i i halal t ur . P\ r-i. Livei. , i Hinom.)' li-1. ll ? n ni. numb ? ? r urns -steamer Chateau Lsovlllu i'i , i.e Chap, ua ll.ix? i>tiii<?h, K.lyiy.* i h. r-i. .un,rt A.-orimo il'..ri). Bani ??< I IsboB? Johnson .1- Laina liny. steamet Aniutitiu Hr .t, I lilias snd -u fol uh, SK-Uuwiuik' a Archibald ??i Aivi-ua inn, Pearce, Jeremie, Aux earea, elst? : I 'ii ?i' :-v..i -unAntonio, WUrtar, Pori Royal unit Pst. ia nd Inn- i li Mull.ny .1 Co. K| a' 'f . W " ry .1' Hui l Hark ItOBUS, liileknaiii. Vulp .: mi ... BBd Ar . u -W-n B Bark Morning Star (Br), Bnnheli, Rici.n I- ','??> K Uri Hoy. Iii il- A, ul , Mini AWI \ Nu ri, kurri- Bl>? ii..,B, -I.IT.- * i'... Uru-r rhe Charley .Rn, Bimoioos, Polnta-Pltrs?ll h Xam .. s. in u.-.uDcn-S litint, Plnkham, Cloilad-BoUvar?Il W I..uni i i ,. S. hr KM Iln.-on. Atw-mxl. Hain, tn UUlftBltUM. -.Ali. . Steamer Lydian Monareh, for fxipdot); Miner IttlaUt ll' ? I. -?.?;,..: < !l'. ,,l -lill lill,,mn itt lim:. Iii lt. MhiUH I .?!l.i ii, fm M.-I'.uti I lie, I'l. .'Il -r.n i mn. I -ti ... H..i ... Kum . skolfli J -,,. h.. .Ibt'tn -I. Uo' lend, Pori ?. .. .1 ..- ni, bl I r.i Loni isis lor I'.", ton outliers Cnaa, for Hong Kong; Prod E Bcsmmnll lilli I'.J Splr r, AlltWl I' i: ri ., ti...no forAntwarp. Jobn Banyan, Allcantei Wm t city Island, besad eat?Brig Electric Light, ur Aiiii-^ii....'.. n i i ui. M'.vi.'.i om op -i ba mi.no . 'Ul-. QUBSS8TOWH A pl I I ? . u. 1 lluliiiiii, , l',i . i'. r . , ,1 1:1 I..', a |. . ll Qt ,' ',ll NOS . ? -n i ni lill It ? . Vpi li 3?A rri Toil, I 11 ol in? ti i i from New-\orK March 16 on her way cs llremen (aud c. .? ei'.:. -i i Kiii.i.v. April 4-Pr. ? Aid) i .,iii ion: BoatoB March'J 1, ob hoi iray to Loiuloa Har ax s, ipili .? Wpm i rSsrstogB, Ucla ..nh tor Nae ^. ..I ? iiiuhAi .\piii i?At'tivwl, Ht.-ui n-r Newfouo.llan.l i.r DtJohua, N : DOM BOTIC PORTO. M.iiM irnved Usaman Rorsarasn (Bi Witt. nm-. I.iv.t, " . , l l.'.'p rt I i ? ll! , oil t.e*\. Yiimoiitb, \ - - iii i". I ri ,. nil. Min A, i'n., flt ,"!..,. ti, .Ol, li., I, ea. ... I irl? Bri, \>Vool(oDileB Ll var pool, Ski I. .f, -:? mei Hali mo Pim.aih i.i-in. April4 i.yiv.-.i itasmeri AchlUoa, Band Ni .-? i.ru-t imt , Haniabni AllHTlaon hi Clean Urina Antwsrp- Battle ? i .h.- i.jm., Paunia,Orumley, New-York; rlonusn ,,,l,|ll. Un.Lin. BAtnaoHB, ipiiii Arrived,steamersRardlolsa Rr . imt t,,.. -1-,, 11,,, mi M . .i in. ni" ii. Wm Crana -Taylor,Havannah John W Oarreit, roater, Naw-Yorki sair* f,,. ,. hat lenton. Clrared, itemn-t Martha StSTeui, i bBDj ? Now.York. iiiilitl.itaamm Nuttard. Ill, iim.,.i, ipili 4 --laiiml. itea'nrr WyBBokO, New-York. NuM'iii NB Wa, A pi li l?ai i.M-.l, iteamer .Muuliaitan. Ni w-Yora, W'liA'.iM.ru.l, April4-Cleareil, it'-a-iter Itejriilatiir. DoSOS, Now Y..rk. lAVASSAa, April 4? Sailed, ateamer .lulim Hopkin*. U..1U iii,, .' NBW-OBLBAXa April 4 At Uie Panel Sailo.1, iteamer lill', lilli IOU. _ _ _ AllI|.,Uil'<'l||. H'S. QeaatnsJahsaa noir* Malt Bxtnstbss iir-Miureof lohaoa lt..n ami Moritj Kilner on nook of every i..ittl?. Imloi au piiymi-iim-.. ior gow ral iteblliti Beware ..f Imitatloaa "QoiCB U a Wink."?Uml. wot ni's lastan lAt, tm* Photographa 17 Onion Hqoare, Weal above TiaBuy). A gentleman dont want tobacco timi will foul tha sir. bite tin tonne, or Bbitrlog Um Barres ii" wsats a.ily natur.- * et.itu-.1 a dsvorasml neUoste tonic. Thase aie tiin'inl nowhens In mu li perfect combination ia In the leaf ot tho tinii i.u Belt ot Norto Carolina, ot wbi it uim-kw, -ira Our hum Loic i ut, tor pipe sud dgsrcttc moklng, i-t Biade. rn Mrs. Charles Smith, of .linus, Ohio* writes i " I barsnaadevery reinedy (or Blok i!.-a.ia.-he i eoui.i near ?( for tbe paat fifteen yeara. bul Carter's Little Liver Pilli tli-U Ult Bl ora good i'liiu all tin- r.'Ht. ? Ni-i yous Weall Deas. 1 dyspepsia. LeaiiBesa, De? bility (lire<l bv " Wfl!*' Health Hello .M r." SI. " Hoi nu OS Hats " cb-ara out lUt*. Mioe. 15c Belora packiag away, I will ofter spleodld hirxalni ,u Sesl -kin Rseqnes. Pah-tot* New marketa mut Dot , 1 ? 11 i?v< fi .ni l i.i to rino .ni a reliable rsrment if .uii'.-liii!.,-.! now Pura 1. painui uml reeelved on storage, uud luiuii-ilagauiit all loan ?' C. SH AI.16, Manufacttir.-r, luil l'riuee-st. ? Hf.niit A. Dan'h.l^, M. D? 1-14 L-ilnitan-ive.. b^tw.-on Jr'tti *?? I! Ul-*M. Boora,8to 1,5tn7. Dlaes8Ss.il Uta iartoatititiO .,, uiia-innaivOnana, 1 u.-.ti'i ??? amiitrtrtut-/. RHEUMATISM. In railing ymir alti-utinu ls tho foll..win t roses anett II.M-.I'. 1 ima workfv-1 ri-markiiiilo cure* In iii.ri. uuti iff. ttl.!?. 111- not ..ur a. v.ro to Impress your iniml '.vith the I.lea that lt la a jpseMIs riiiii-.ty for ih.-umaii-nn. Wo daahl if thara ls 11 ssa bs mi I .? remedy. Ths frwts are *tate<i, Md prove thal Ib thaaa laataaBea 'ami many elbara) Hood's Sal* iprnilli. h..-" pi...lu. ' tl gtSBl !? ?? 1 liam SSM nun li ItsaMsd it tli. ? wph rhPiunattiin. the came nf whloh I think I uni*! uttTlhuto to a want of prop?r a. ti,ni of my IImt AmoiiKi.ther thin?*. I hait pain ami gTSSl ?..i. ii.--.kIh my lift *;.li-. At Bight Ii.nil'l MSSHB IM tm that *l,l,-. Ij*i -[uiu- 1 l.".k ' Hood's Sarsaparilla TIrr<iila.lr. u<. onlliiff t...ll!.. ti.ui.i. ? Uh H I dasi Bf Hood'* I'lll*. until I u*il MfM bott SM 1 lt iini un- a (treat ? pad MygisiTBlhsslth in,* i?e? mui Ibwgb Iks iiininur, ami I hav.. loni nut ll'tle tioul le f lom rheumati*in. Mv ililo tsss ii"! pam ino, uni, linli.-... 1 think I ile. p now inoie on my nfl ><tt1e than ou my iU,it I llilnk it .lia my yetna kim-!" Mi* I A ITIOHOI4 I 'I.irlatiil.it. Huston, Ma>I. Oue ll milln il 1>.i?c* 91. Bestfs Ssrsspsstlls *oi.i b| Sragglsta, Hi ?u for $3. nspstuS bj t. i. iiunU a i u, La H. au\t Rs RADWAYS READY RELIEF. Pim i , |0 Ol H I - ii''- BOl i i-i lill;. Iii.All. I A.NH Ul.-1' Ml.IL INK tull KAMI LT l-l IN I 111 WORLD rilli S AND lill.VI NIH (til.,11-. cul.HM. SORB UH.. Al.r-llil Nhl K. Hll-11 lill.lll '.. IM ll ? N. A. At Hi:i iM) PAI1W9. I . i I .Milli. In-, v. In -Iii. I ? irk. or Iii"\,ni*. Ii,,thnlif, BSOrat. rn. BcrvoasasM nmi ileepluasn i nu, liimbaga ?tiBji uni blina nf innrli. nalni an.l weskueaa lo thetiaek, ?nme or knlm , i, patna around tha ln-r. |il.-url*y, awelllnrf ol the )..Iii! ? |. nu- ii l-i ? la?? ? it tn- n t'. ir i, an.l pun* nt all kinds, ttmlwsfi UoAy it'in-f will sSotd Immediate mm aaa n*. .i.i.iiin .1 bm (or stow dari Booti ip.Tiuuiii-iiicurs MAl.AitlA Ct IU-U lu lit wurit loruta I SPRING ?ur ^toc^ts new' VGTGOStS Our Styles exclusive, AND ???????????''!?MMMMMMMMMMI SUITS, j Our Prices very low. Real Bargains in Broken Lots and Odd Garments. Devlin&Co. BROADWAY, CORNER WARREN ST. I'nfertnenled, NpnrMlug (.rape Joice. A DBLICIOtTl NiiN-li.t OBOLIO BSBBtAOK Wafraahlsgi nntiltioni, Invigorating. Ita action I*marked y m entire Hti-.iiie of the .I.-prcKlon following tho n .-wt of I.,.1.olhr minmi,int*. Il,utily n . mimi. imI.mI for ln%allil* anti ir table ur-o. Downtown hgooey?TtehnmPa i'lianna. y, fe mid Utiil.lin*. Uptown Ag'-noy?Calwell, IS annoy A Q), 78 Fifth ave . 1.1SI lt mad way awl .Newport, R I. , DR. RADWAY'S SABSAPARILL1W BES0L?KVT, THE GREAT BLOOD PIRIFIERa Knit nu: H'm. uk klXCHBOBIG iu-?F.AHEa Chronic RhentnstliBi, scrofula, Qlsndolsr HweWmc, Hack. . Cou ab, i nu, .?.tBectiona, -Syphilitic t om plain ta, ? . DrapepaiB, Water Uraato. Whi ta Swell. i ?. i.i.. -. i ..,', . Krnptioni on tho fn<-e, I .-I.-.. ? k.i. ?.!?* ii ii Din .-.-, s; ?,-, ,|,|ai ln-.i>aae?, Female ' , dont. Dropsy, Rickets, - lt Pl..-um, llrouoiiilla, oi -nm;.ii, Kiiliioy, Bladder, Liver I'ornplainta, 4c. Pl lill' I' ? 1,1: I ll.'ii ?:', RESTORING III-'.ALTH AND I..',' IKIK and Ul. UTI I I L OOJ-U'LEXION lt f illili TO ALL. I'ti.-e. tl per bottlu, TIFFANY & CO., , NEW-YORK, invite attention to their recent importations ol FA!%'C If AIM IC I,l>, anti to the novelties in .1 ll \\ !?: li K Y prepared by them for thi* ?ea*<>n, particu? larly appropriate tor WEDDING AND EASTER PRESENTS. Tlicir collection of I ans ls the moist interesting one they have displayed. -S^SSHiBHHHHHIBBBBaHHBBBHBHHBPBBBB^^BBHHsaaiMaMiMMMMi PETER HENDERSON & CO.'S H EDS # PLANTS Are Animally Som anil Plaitei ia Half a Million Garte! dTThis Year's Catalogue Frea on Application. PETER HENDERSON & CO. ^"^K*^"* SPRING FANCIES. Om- stylish Spring Overcoat for young Men ore the COVERT and WEST END. Thoa* for $14 OO ire leaders. Wo aro showing new Prince Alberts und Four Button cut? aways with waistcoats and fashion? able trousers. The channing variety and low price of our Boys' Clothing has nade this department the resort of prudent parents. Jessup & Co., 746 to 750 BROADWAY, Near Eighth-Street Our Only Place of Business. (TviTAnLl-IIBn lK'-'D.) MARTIN KALBFLEISCS'3 SOE Manufacturing Chorals'* BROOKLYN. 9. Y.. BC* FWD, S. V.. ABAYOWXH. !?. /, OOicea: li', tullun, cor. of ? titt-.t.. N^<?-York, unA 'Hit \Yaahlngton-M.. Kutfnln, V. Y. Oller in utr6r ur email Quant;-,, ?, AlXlf, Oil OF VIThloL, im.ii: vitriol, NITRIC acid, copi, ui'iiiaiu; At'in, BODA ASH, fcl'I.I'll VII; OK AMMONIA, bAL^OH.V, AQUA AMMONIA, GUl'HKlt'?P\I.T, 'UN CRYBTALk EPHOM SALT, A'ji'AKiiltris, Ac CH KM II ALS for i-Ymll/.'ra. , rW Price I.l?r? malled i., .my hV.i-.-hs uu t|.,.ll. .ition. ORJBAM ok TA UTA li .miiioritnffl. for aHf-ralslBj foul; tramples mall.-.!, witt. .hr... 'loin, to any addrexa. ""THE LADIES' FRIEND! Ho llappy and So Wood. "T am an aad arni do wn.hMi ted at - Iraes, an.l ft-.-', thv, t hav* not a irn-ii.l lu thu worl.L" Such I* Hie eipreasiou ot thouin 1 Va ul ladtta One tn dlaooaracad anil real ali "out of aorta/* wfeich nake Illara ami Dmr fa'tnlles rerr nnhrtupr, All if tl.bad, anluii.pr tr<mi>i>-* orin b? tanti/ .inv.-ti twxr *x,\ happiness, i-h.-^rfulneaa ami lov? taka thulr placa. lf?* <iOKO?of RAUWAY'.-i KKOULATINU Pl LLtt will uiako flit teri an happy awl ao *ood. If yon will only try tue.u, au I yon v. Ul ir-v.-r regret it, bul bless i'.u.lw iy au J tua jill* m long as you hve, Radway's Requlatim Pills. Perfectly tasteless, olrnnntly ooatM, for th* enre of all dla. orders nf (he stomach, liv. r, biw.-ls, kidney, bladder, .rularlia la Ila various forma, uwvou" iUseasi-s, hea-Wlie, <"?>nnlp*Uoq, coetivt-nran, in.|itfi-?tion, .ly-ix-p-.la, biliousness, billoua f?-ra^ lutlammaliou of the bow. 1% piles and .Ui .li>imi ni -ala of UXO lutomai vmora. l'lUCE, io OKVN puk box. sold af ail druggist*. Patent Tube and Gang Wells. wm. D. andrews * BRO., ttt Broadway, Naw-Yar*. tti CET THE BEST." 3 CENTS A COPY, An Authoritative Journal of the News of the World. A II The largo print of Tup TRlBUXB fit! it for nadine on tho oars. Rave your eves. Tli? purity of tbd tolmans of Tub Tribd.sk mnl ute attention paid to Literary, I'du. anona!, Huntm hold, Dramatic, Musical uud .Social watten* HMM Tm: TftlBCKK tho bett family paper in New-York, liuv tho host. Besides tho regular dispatches from all parts of tho world and tho staple railroad and linaine** new* and looal reports, THE TRIBUNI prints a largo variety of special new-; telegrams, market report*, foreign oorreapondeneeand local featuee, peculiarly it-sown and of great value and iut**rest. Every buaiueae uiiin should have 1 HE Titi hunk. 'lin. Tbibuki ia heartily Itepuhlloan in jiolitioa, and advocates a Protective Tariff, Tint Tukum has Ho own wire to Washington, its GotenuMattl and political news ia complete, Tiik Tkibink is indisnensahle to politieians. Thk Kati rhay Timbi sk. is a ten-page paper, which irivos tho cream of tho foreiffu newspaper malle and prints apecial matter of iutei-.-st. eepeelauy about New-York State. This edition haa an nn-. usually lurge out-of-town circulation. Buy TM ^atohday Tkiihnk. Advertise for the country trade 1U THK ^AlL'KliAY TlllUL'NK. The Largest and Best Sunday Paper. TfiE Spnoay Tribi'nf., a twolve-pago papOT. is 3 I'EVl'^i St 4'OI*Y. It gives the moat for tha money of any Band*] i?.ip<-r. li overflow ? with newe, eorreepondenee, loeal ?'lui? and aociety aewaaud goaaip, fiction, extracta from other papen, literary re% uwwt uid good things gem-raliy. lui mm'ay I mm sk is th<-largest issue of thc-week, aud is vapidly and sttadily gaining. A good paper to advertise in and hu\W. To-morrow I mi: TniBtTlfl will eontafal an ari lela of caaeclal interest to all who are intereated in manly -sports, lt ll a review ot all tho Atulctlc tlluhs ol' New-York, Bhowing theil remarkable growth in sixteen yars, their proeperity and (trength, an i theil plans im- tin- aeaaon, 1 mk .si m.av linn ni to-morrow will contain a eketeh of the Kev. rlnilips l!r.roka, of Host on, the eloquent rector of Trinity Chnreh of thai eily. THE TRIBUNE ALMANAC FOR 1884. Tm Almanac for 1884 ia A TAltii'i-' M mime. Twenty p&gNi are devoted tefl e<>m,>lata explanation of the preaeni lr.mi'. 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