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BT. GEORGE'S FIRE THEFTS.
w THE JANITOR'S CASE AGAINST FIREMEN. HIS EVIDENCE CONTRADICTORY?MISH roRBYllIK'B i..iii'i-iiir iv-uiMi. While there ie little doubt that several ix-raons loot valuable property in the St. George's Flats tire in a manner widely reniaved from the action of the fiann*, no coiiiiilaint hus l.e.-u made to tin- police. At present ihe detect!..** are working aa a coat filai-.it tingle liy Mra. Euo, of No. 21S> East Seveu ei'iitli-st., two doora removed from the scene of the fin*. Mia. Kim complained that in her absence alter lier lan lindv had Leen wained to bo prcpairl t.. leave mt aaaaa aai account af tho danger ol Um iii* eiireading, two iinii catered her rooms, and when aim relui'iiod she unseed jewelry valued at about f ".oo. ((.us st inn of a iliainond stud, tinder rings and railings. ) he poltea .-av that thc room w;ik Mitered hy a tiivtuau mil a member of the insurance patrol Tbaflata yeeterday wera in charge cf tin- laaitor, William O. Cloyea, several members of tba in Huauce natrol a id n iioliceniau. At present thc j. tea of debris m tho rooms suggest that perhaps Ilia larger Hurt of tba property Uid to have been Molcn may lie buried beneath them, foi disc.ivei-ies nu- bei:.!,- ii..nie continuously. A \ .tillable diamond inn anda pair of linnciets have been restored to Jlrs. Humphrey, a roll of billacoutiiiniug $1 IO has 1... ii I..m. I by Dr. Hubba, ami Mr. McPbcfaon lias I., lietel ? gala watch and chain from a half deetruved bureau. Tbe persons who-still complain that taej hav been robbed are Miks Kate Torsi the, i .. H.s.. who bewails the loss of diamonds wort li . 915.900; Mrs. l'msuns, who regret* tba loaa of a cold watch and $10; Mrs. Dillans, whe lost Mime il iamonda and a watch and chain: Mr. Bargees, who sustained aaimilar loaa,but wbo inpartially eonaoled bi the rei.iy.'iy of a Mir af his wife's canings Yal Bed at $501); and John F. Lockwood, who had Ins tl. sk broken open abd missed a wan lb and a dia Bsoad iiaf w< rtb 8500. Ms, Foray tbe'a bureau hore the marks of an axe. baa said to a ri'.inr.M. reporter; 1 itiiuk my i,.ss.s will aggr.-Kute aboul 120000. I bad no in-mail.'!* on my furniture or my clothing uml. eon ?j-ciiictitlv. fael no loss rattler -t'l.-i.-l.v. I kept my ilia lu..iid- la their ease^end these Iplaood within a red kalbar box. The sases and tbe box I recovered, but Xnuii tlieui the Jewels li.nl m. n taken. My ma il amt limit.iit sci v ant a lio Wen In my flat at the time the tte atarted broaght um sesne rings and small pleeeeof J,-w . .i.itl these are the univ thing! luaT? saved. 1 lulen,I. hiv eyer, IO brim: ii -lit ii-xalust th.- owner .if the building for damages, Inaamuebas my lease states that tl..- Hats are tire proof, alni tlMJ ..r*< uot. lt is m tl thal Jobn A. Stevens has offered Hie use ?nf Ins liliane Inr a oetielit lo Miss Foraytba Ibe waek attar Eaatar. John McL'nllough haa oflered his senices. sad baa aent tba actress a chock for a large amount foi a Lox. William Terries, of Irving's company, will probably appear luumene from " The Lady of Lyona,' with uiae Porsytba aa lanlinr; ami it is poeeible tbat Henri ImOf ami Miss Terry may altai take part, although this ll Dot ni tain. ihe Fha Commiseioners rzaaiiaad W. 0. Cloyea, thc iauii'.r. veeterday. He said that be had a com ?laiut agaiaal one member of Engine 1 ompany No. 4. He de. l.;r"' that be saw tbe ttremaa set sus l'ii lously in tbe rm.in- ot Mrs. Daboia, on tbe sixth Iloor of the building a.Iel Hie lire. Al lir-t lie tes? tified thal he aaa Uie fireman open tbe drawer of a i M iud bead orer it aa if toeiamiae the contents b t ul ter wat d he aaid thal Ihe drawer was open u. ii be -aw iii.- ttreuiaa, and al length be laid that I ? < I ?? iremau oaly ataudiug near the I .x, ea'i !? -sill- oil-, hei ame SOI iii, I n!:> I- 1'V 1 intoners lost patience and bluntly t 'Ll bun tiiii bm -t.it -un-iiis appeared tol.fno iaim-. Several in. in ,i. wearing their rubber over - ami ie-Iiii.-'-. im ,,- brough) mt" tin- i on in, and he pointed out Private i'h..mas Leddy.ol Ku gino t . inj.aiii Nu. i; a- th fireman whom he had aeeti in Nus. Dil1.ins's loom, 'li,en lu- said thut ha waa liol boaitive ii..ii l.'-.l U waa the mau. Lend] saul ib.ii in-wa.s n-.t on the sixth floor of tbe hu ih I iu 4 on Monday, and bia atatemenl waa cor? roborated b\ l'nr> Iii .lil Shill alni iii Iii I' llii'li: li 1 it 1 ?>? i on,p.my. Alderman waite testilied that he nu Ci., open a I.iii.:ui drawer in one of the rooms it Mies Foraytheand Int something .mt of tbe drawer. Membera of ,tln- Fire Insurance Patrol en xl tl.it th.y I,,ul not noticed any suspicious rn Hons on ih. part of firemen en her during ur after tbe flre. I bs Commiaaionen diamiaaed Ihe caae. Tbe insurance on tba building aud Ibe furniture v a- as follow s the latter bi iug incomplete : aa ni n maa. Uoern ..I F.i.i'l il . tfiitO'O Nnrelcii 1 i lou 1 ""ii J'iu'i.x 10 Ono J.mn . l(.,n.'0 fs ..iinii tulon u'.t National . ii..|i-il-il . lu.Diai . [srifotd ....... l"..i.'0 laiiiiisinr.- I nifis'i't _ ... r. < "ii IsL... .Iiiio.ooo ii BB Il.,tt.r KivYeS . . $2 ono >C..rili linii.ii nmi Mi ? > ? .-isii.l 6.H0Q (..Itnsl, Alien. ..li . li.DOO J li.tl..ul 1. -iel >-i sci 'i'i -t)C . i.nti I'Lrmx. Breekljra. MM ? HIGHWAYMEN AT WOl.'K BY DAYLIGHT. KN.it Ki l> Dues ash aOBBBB mai: TBB roar oi FUT.?mr ul ii '. a mrs rHOVOBI ITA BIGHT. Louis H. Smith, senor nambat of the Ina of Smith A mv> 'c. manilla, tiners of lin,-ti millings at No. |09 l.lin-si., went to Police Headquarter! yeatarday to report a highway robbery. He maa accompanied by Pani Hawthorne, a roana man Wbo ha- i...ii i, ii usti-.l em l-l eye of the firm lol SOT aral yeara. <>n I ueaday afternoon Hawthorne waa t-. ii to the Na-sa ii Hank, al the eoiner ol Naasau ii ul Beckman st... to .Haw oul S35. He iia.l drawn Imi;.>i sim- 'min iii'- hank fol the Iii iii many times. Wben be received tba monef h.- placed it iu liis in -iimu |? ebel ;iud went iii the direction of brand way, ac roee Park Roe and through Mail-st., at th.* north aide of ihe Poal (bli, e. He waa nit Inn a few yardaol Broadway, when he wu- approached In twa highwaymen who looked like respect? able business men. Probably they hud watched him while bc received ibe money al the bank aad bad followed him. One of the robbers, wbo waa tall and muscular, sei/e.i Hawthorne by tbe throat, aiul tiie othei thief, who was much aborter, slipped bis hand into Hawthorne's wal i coal pocket aud quickly took onl the roll of billa Before tbe clerk had time tc realise tba nature of tin- ic iscl, the smaller thief was disappearing in tha direction of the Astin Houm*. A jiif--.ii... r boy, v ho Aa- paeaing, ci led "atop thiefw- t nd ran after ibaaban man foi halt i block, bul without aay re ault, ihe tall highwayman threw Hawthorne il..wu nj.on the pavement andpnmmelled him In tbe face uatil tke youth's noaa bled profusely. Then )i, i ni a.- ay and waa l"si lo siuht In the 'throng in Broadway. The attention ol driTera <>f mall V igoiii. ii as nt | rn, ted to the Struggle between Haw? thorne und the lng Hil. I. but tbey thought if eas only a fight < me of liieiu cherfnliy shouted, "Go lt, yo; ;u ti lier," when Hawthorne re? gained his feel iind tried i<. inn -im- the robber, The victim af tbe bold robbery weal back to his employers with his face oOTered with blood ami With a severe bruise OB tbe back Of lils head. He waft with Taxation al the lona <>i the money. Yea iei.Iny ba gave to Inapei toi Bymea s good deaci ip tlon of the mun wh.. beat him, but he aaid that ho wan unable to identify the smaller maa, who took the money. Ho believes that a number ni peraoa wit? nessed ttif robbery and thought it waa mi ordinary atreet tight. tome ol them may yal bs ablet., iden? tify both robin is il tli.-.i are cai.iuied. flu-jobbery va's committed about A p. ni. Inspector Byrnes de? tailed two detactive-eergeante to inTcetigate tin robbery and t" search tot I he robbers. Hawthorne ls nineteen years old and ines a ith his motlier at >"... :U4 Bioomfield-at., Hoboken. Mi. Smith -aid that Hawthorns had been s.-nt sooftea t<. tlie bank that his fa.c must huve become familiar to tbe thieves if they kepi Watch Upon the bank, and doubtless tiny thought that he hud drawn ii uiuch lather sum than 5>U5. HEAVILY ARMED COUNTERFEITERS. Twa dark-lined Italians, charged with counter fcltina.wera taken before Commiaoionei -Shields yeaterday. Several agaata ol thc Sacral Berrica walked behind tha pnaonera and bora, beside va? rious Implements ol counterfeiting, anaraenaloi weapons that had been found in the tooma of the prisoners, lhere wi t< -several large rerolTeca. one nf them " s? ll'-, oeking." and some double-edged knives. One of tlie knives bad a blade fifteen laches long and a heavy apring iu the handle ao that it was easily opened aud made a most formidable weapon. Ihe un-n ware dis? covered tlno.igii a letter received by Cotuiulseionei shields from C. l). Burger. ol Chain!" rs and W ashingt ni M.s., who iciii|.lamed thai a mau had entered his liquor-etore heveral times and v*-?' d I onutel t. it I went \ -iii,--cent ( olna. Tho Secret service agenta watcbea the atora, ami found that the young tiiiTi wini paaaed Hie coins ap? peared to have business relation* with Phillp Baa tori, who was artesteii I year ago f Jr passing coiiiit erieit coins aad ".is discharged. Die two men were arrested, aud the younger OBC gose the name of Niccolo Vita. Agent Ilroiks s.udweMeidny that lu the rooms of the men, at >,<>. -VAJ East I'hiiteeuth ?t.. were found large numbera of counterfeit quar? ters, many live-cent and ten-ieut puces of good luouev. and Tartans small article.- such as boxes of matches, which it was supposed had been bought with the counterfeit money. 1 he prisoners were held iii 1^,000 hail ea, n. POISON JLND knut; ind TWO L! Two suicides and one attempt to commit suicide occurred in Brooklyn vesteiday. Bartel Darmut ger, a carpeuter, wini Lad been out of work for Cnoe time, took two doses of Paris green at his time. Mo. 14 -Magg-st. Ile said that he was taking poison when he took the first do aa on Tueb'iay night put his wife did not believe him and they weal to ped. In the morning he took another doae.saying i hat the Iirst waa too -sinaiI,and wbeu he became nick his Wife summoned aid. Au ambulance surgeon told the police to hick bim up aa be waa all right, and ne waa takon to tbe -Stagg-st. Police rtat-ion. Two boura later, when taken in court, ba waa so ill that he waa sent to St. Catharine's Hos? pital, where ho died in a short tune. Dcepoudeiicy waa the cause of tbe act. Mra. Lena Friedman, age fifty, who had been ill for aeven years and was rendered crazy by ber suf? ferings, out her throat with a carving knife cai ly j I ??? yeaterday morning at ber home. No. 07 North Bixth-st. She died aft*r throe hours of suffering. Her family included several children. While a prisoner for drunkenness in the Flushing ave. Police Station yesterday morning, Mrs. Cath? erine A. Bell, age tifty-two. of No. 5140 Myrtlc-ave.. hanged herself with a veil and a hood iii her cell. She wat mt down bv a policeman and resuscitated. She afterward tried again la hang herself with ? shawl aud was prevented. THK SHKHIFFS DEPUTIES TO BK TKIED. Al...I MINI- BY DltMHlCr-ATTOKNEY OLBEY AND Missus. MAl'I.KAN AND llOWK. Judge Barrett gave a hearing yesterday in the Court of Over and Terminer to the counsel for Deputy Sheriff Darid MoGonisal, Warden Jamea Bowe. Deputy Warden Philip Kidman, and Clerk W'cttlieitner, WBO welt- jointly indicted with Sherill Davidson. Messrs. Mai I.eui and Brooke, thc coun? sel for Wanlen Howe, wero Informed that a new in? dictment had been found against their client. They replied that they would ileniiil' to that indictment as they bad done to the other.- The olb-li.e (barged was i.eriuiv in regard to ihe number of persons la Ludlow Street .Fail. Mr. Mai-Lean armed that the Bet andee which Mi. Howe was indicted bad Leen repealed. Slieritt Davidson made the contract and it wa* his duty to make oath as to tba Bamber of nemma ia tbe jail, and not tim jailer. District Attorney Olney replied thal tba section on which the indictment was based maaland unrepeated. The case, of Jacob Werthi-iiiier was (ailed in the afternoon. His oonnael said that he purposed to put in a special plea, the nature of it being tin* sam.* M tin- plea put in for Sherill Davidson. Mr. Olney obie.-ted that this plea was not known to the prac? tice or proceedings now in criminal courts. He con? tended that there were only three pleas?guilty, apt guilty and previous conviction. Judge Barrett s.iil he would overr. ile the plea, as he had done iii the case of thc Sheriff. Mr Howe said tnat he would demur to the indict mei.I on the ground that lt did not conform to the requirements of Section 276of tbe Code of Criminal Prooedara, and als., that th.- facta given ia tbe in? dictment did not constitute a crime. The charge failed to state that the signature waa obtained feloniously or tv ith aa intent to defraud. Tbe In? dictment also failed to aver that \\Citbeimer or the sherill did not transfer tbe number ot prisoners which fire represented hy Wcrtheimer to have been transferred, and there waa nothing lo show tbat tbe number entered In the books waa not actually carried. Mr. Olney replied thal a little care in ex? amining the Indictment would show the counsel that every fact v.as stated and tbat the instrument was properly drawn. Justice Banelt le.scived hi.s decision upon the demurrer, lin- lame plcaa were made relative lo IfcGonigal and Kiernan and were ov.-i riled by Justice Barrett, Thc heaihil' was adjourn* '1 m>til April 22. -? A CASE OK TIMCIIIMNS!& Antonio Pisino, an Italian laborer, was taken to Bellevue Hospital from No. 110 Mulh.-ny-st., on Monday night, much emaciated and Milk Dug from a high fever. Adi aamosis of the rase led the honaephysician tobelieva that tbe man was snf fering from trichinosis, and a small piece.of musca : lar tissue wus taken from tba deltoid muscle winch I proved, under tim microscope, to be full of the Dar ;is:t->. The man said that bc sill laborer and hail been getting his victuals wherever be could, and had bsea eatisg-considerable Bologna sausage, lt | ls impossible to lind ont exactly when begot the -:i :-;ue. I'he case is under the supervision of Pr. ELM. Hnptrs. Hisassistaat. Dr. sayre, said that it depends altogether on a man's constitution whether ho will recover from an attack of Incl . When the trichina are taken into the stomach they be tri n to multiply, mid gradually find their way lut' the muscular tissues. Their presence gives extreme pain, and the patient sutlers lunn a high fever. If ne ie able to bear the pain, in course of time the trichina become dormant. Then they an- danger ona only in oaae the Beeb of the afflicted pe son is satan, l.nst night Pisino was resting easily sad the chances are favorable to bis recovery. Tbs only treatment is to keep np tbs patiei t's strength. CHARGED WITH ASSAULTING A CHILD. _ tarah Usher, au artist, tlie wife of Bloomfield "sbi-r, au employe ia the ihe Custom House, liv im: at No. 187 Eaat Seveateenth-st., whs held in $300 bail by Justice Marra] tn tke Yorkville Police ? ourt yesterday.oa the charge of assaulting Rosalie Fluck, age twelve, an orohan girl whom she took from aa aaylam oa Ward's [aland to seals! aboat tba house. The ?irl went to th.- Eighteenth Pre? cinct Police Station bleeding from a ent on tba lead, and with her face hruised snd discolored. Mis. ("shel's connael said that if the complaint were changed to onefof diaorderljr conduct and a I line imposed his .lieut would plead guilty. Jnatiee Mulray refused to amend the complaint, however. I lu-gill said that a short time ago sbo forgot to put lire. I sher'ii palette in its proper plaoc and as a puniahment lira. Uaher struck ber iu tbe eve, discoloring it, and then forcing her to remore tier clothing turned ber naked into the street. A ser? vant interposed m her behalf aiul she was re-ad mitti d to the honae. Sol having scrubbed a table as quickly ns Mrs. Usher though! that she ought t>> hare done, If ra. Usher struck ner twice with the flat of the blush on tin- face, once with the edge of it on ihe head, 'utting a gash in her seal]). .-? OPENING OF THE PRODUCE EXCHANGE. The programme for tbe exercise! ia connection with thc opening of tho new Produce Kx c hauce was given out yeaterday. On Monday evening. May ."., (Ikre will be a full dress reception In the new Exchange. On Tuesday, May 6, the members will meei in the (.1.1 Exchange al il a. m., and there will be brief sd dresses by some members of the Exchange, and u i song by the I'.x. hang.* Glee Clnb. The members mora than forty-five years old will assemble oa the lower floorVri tae Exchange, and the younger ones upstairs, abd al noon they will march in procession, headed by .'.vu bands, to the nea Exchange, where an address by some distinguished orator, aol yet ?elected, will be delivered. At 'J-.'.,u there will be un excursion pn a steamer around the harbor, Con? siderable feeling was manifested by the younger members at their being required to assemble on the upper iloor aad give precedence In the procession to the cider once. A petition was circulated pro? testing against the arrangement,and stating that the young memben were the life of the Exchange. -a. SHA RI' WORK OF A CONFIDENTIAL CLERK. Richard Tames has bean In the emplcy of the Long Island Express Cempany for four yean aa tel? egraph operatoi and confidential clerk to Mr. Top Ding, superintendent of telegraphing, al a salary of $79 per month. Oncol hia antics was to make up the pay roll in the latter pul ol the month, submit? ting the statement to Mr. Topping. Mr. Topping signed thc statement and banded il to Maines to take to the auditor's office. On the way he would eras.- thc amount and insert a fictitious name with the amount, ?50. He would then take the pay list to the Auditor, who would issue pay cuds for each name and amount to the list. Kaines would get the cards and extract the Betti ions ones. Hames has been Stealing from Hie company for ni'i'- months, and drawn (SO the tirst of every month. On Tuesday Mr. Topping began an inves? tigation, and satined himself that Eami - "(looked.'' Ha waa arrested, aad nude a full con? fession. He said thal his friends would "maka it good.'' lie w ab admitted to bail. -? DOINGS OF THE HOARD OP TRADE. About seventy-five members attended the meet? ing of the Board of Trade and Transportation ri terday und passed a resolution recommending that the Sound ateamen be assigned to pierson the North River, and that the bnlkbeads between the piers on the North River oe reserved for transient ship? ping and not covered with sheds or permanent structures, Ibe sum of $50 wsa appropriated to waid the expenses of the mass meeting in regard to the Adirondack forests, ta be beld in clinkering Hal). It waa desired that the Lecialature should pass an act In a.'i ot dance with the re.om mern lat nm of Controller Chapin In regard to tbs baproTe meat of the Krie Canal. Thc special committee to consider tho subject of consular invoices repoited a resolution favoring their abo? lition. Resolution! were passed condemn? ing tbe bill now before Congress which srrkn ta limit the life of a patent to Itv-- yean instead of M .. nt<-en veals, a- al pr. sent. ? ??? MARTIN L. CROWELL'8 FUNERAL. The funeral of Martin I., (rowell was held last evening at the LJalrersalist Chareh ia West Elerenth-st. The body was ix.me from tba I up the aisle on the shoulden of eight of tbe oldest memben of the I'm- tnauranoe Patrol, Alter a prayer by the Hey. Mr. Pay, tbs Rev. Mr. Gardner. the former pastor of the church, spoke ut length >>1 the merits ol the deceased man. and his high char? acter and usefulness in the conn,.unity and in tin (hinch. Then was a large att. ndanec ot ineuram e men, among them Presidents Townsend, of the City; Underbill, of the New-York; Miller, of the New-York Equitable; Anderson, of the Mercantile; De Bernelee, of tho Irving; abd Oakley, of the Howard; and Secretary Kan.lull, ot tbe Board of Underwriters; Superintendent Wilson, of th.- lire Insurance Patrol i Richard D. Alllger and .Julian Hutt*. The Horal offerings were numerous and elaborate. The body will be taken to Groeawooa Cemetery this muming. WESTERN UNION BOND& There bas beea ooaaiderable talk in Wail Street lately about a new leane ot honda by the Weatern Union Telegraph c..in).any. The company several weeka ago sold $1,000,000 sinking fund 7 percent bonds which had not befon been aold, virtually ? omidetmn tin- lasni? "t ?0,000,000 authorized by the stockholders onOetobei 14,1674. According to tba resolution passed bj the stockholden at that time, the issue was limited to f6.000.000i *< juaive ot the i.oi ids -cut. ,1 by mortgage on tbe building at Broadway and Dey-et. The last annnal report ol tin- company stated tin- amoni t ot tin.- bnildiag bonds at (1,373,000, Au office] of the oompaay saul yesterday that the discrepSBCJ which son.1 tba morning newepapen pretended to have dlscov .-r.-d waaeanaed woolly by oTerlooking tbe ternu of n< ,< -oiiiiion authorizing the issue. HOME NEWS. PROMINENT ARRIVALS. Fifth Avenue Hotel?0. B. Frotliinghnm, Cur ttaiiini.l,asiac.iiiiuei Jaeaa ii. french, of Boston? (Hine,/ Hittite?Blshoji William H. Perry, of Iowa., lintel lb mntmteh Ilea ff r.itn>t I-odge, of Boston, and Henry I'. Potter, vice prvslileut of tlie Flint and Here Marquette Ballnwd Cotiii'.tnv .Pori; Arentie ll Iel Kuliup IV. I). Walker, of Bon hern Dakota, mid intuition c HupcrlDtcndeiit J. A. McCall, jr., ..f Allianr_.V r Tort Betti Miss Kmlly Kalitifull .Batman Hsass (Jener ?I M. I). Mercer, of Governor Cleveland's Staff, and Robert V. Uoilev, lulled Plate* Comul at Barbadoes. WHAT IS DOING ON TO-DAY. I'itch win case before Surrogate Rollins, ll a. m. Cliaml.er of ( ounti-ici- on silver coinage, l'J m. <?eiier.il Vtelt before Military Bel vier Institution, Gov? ernor's Inland, 1 p. tn. Western Anthracite Coal Association, Gilaey House, 10 ?? ?n. M.mihlv meeline of Tulon Leane flub. XX Ul Assembly Diatrict Republican Club, Morton nail, I'i (Miine Hank reference cote hafen- Referee "rudder. Mali-- Harrison cane before Referee Dwight. Rtoratad Hillway ui milt before Jud tee Vim Vorst. i >iihtl)?lnilc Iloni'ltul Coil, ce connnemx-ineiit, W P- m. Iciualr Hi tile Sn,'let \ mililversanr. Bible House. S.Kiely nf Medical Jurisprudence, Ac'dlciny of MeiU ctne, h p. ni, rnttt i.f Veterans meeline. No. 1P.I Howery, 8 p. m. County Deaseenr) lieneiai C.iiinuittee, No. 1 i'nion Sipiaro.H p. m. ^ NEW VOt.K (TTY. ? The Governing Conimittec of the Slock Exchange at a meeting yesterday approved tho resolution to adjourn over (iix.d Friday A miscellaneous collection of hooks was sold at auction yesterday by Hangs -Jt Co., Na, 7.,'A Broad* way. Mayor Edam yesterday decided that tbs new cabs and the old style hack* should have the t*aine in iv lieges nu the p.ihin streets. lu st. George*! Church, stuyvesant Bqaara,tbe Good f ri.liv servi.es will Include morning prayer at 8, litany and a short sermon at io, ami a three hours'service trom ii to 2. Tba Young Men's Christian Association ha* pur? chased for ^2,500 th.- premises Nos. 'J'J'J, i"JL"-j, 224 and 'ji'-t'-j Bowery, which are oocupied by tim association. A. dispatch from LiTarpeol yesterday said that thc National Line steamship Egypt made a atost satisfactory trial trip at a speed of fifteen knot*. (She will mu] for New-Yorh oa April 16. THK sikh iv ok AMATEUR PBOTOOBAPBBIta, The Society of Amateur Photographen on Tnee day evening elected F. C. Beach prealdenl and W. H. Gilder v ice-president. Interesting e.xt>erimentH wert* m.nie and new and interesting formula-given. mi:, cari i's i: i s im nus. George \V. Cable will read from hiv own works in Chickering Hail to-morrow evening aadBatarday afi< moon. Mr. Cable's former readings m the city attracted large audiences and were much ap? plauded. A DBSTll'UTI BBOUSH SOUCITOB. William Davis, a man of good address, who said that he was a Liverpool solicitor, surrendered him? self as a destitute person to .Justice White yester? day, at the Ewes Market I'oli.-e Court. MvivKit i.i.ni rms IB TRI I'Ai:ks. The Park Commissionen have arranged for con? e-its this rammer aa follows, beginning the tirst week in June: At Central Park the 7th Kegiroent Itund will play on Wednesd iv nnd Saturday after* noons, and at the Battery Park the muli Regiment Bund will play on Tuesday and Friday evenings. Int Sl> nv AD IB I UK BTBBBT. The body of a man, ag.- about sixty, was found yesterday at 'Water st. and Jaines-'sjiii. In liis po.-ki-ts were K-y.-rtd papen with tba addreea "Peter Ryan, No. 'Jyi'A York-st., Hrooklyu." lt was ?apposed that In* died from heart disease. ANNI'U. Dltlll. ni A Bl BOOL OORPg, The fourth annual drill of tin- BerfcelyBehool Corps took place at the 22d Begiment armory, ni tonrteenth-st. near 8ixth-ave. last night. Com? pany c. Captain Y. A. Plummer, won the righi t>> carry tbe colors In a competitive drill with oom tinnies a, ii and D. Gilmore's hand famished tbe music. I'tM'IV'i; A WA I Cl! IB His POCKET. A Bum whose name Inspector Byrnes refused to make public went t<> Police Hesaquarten yester? day and handed ? gold watch to the Inspector. Ho saul i imt h.- v\ ns in .Vi-ii a Crook's rest.-m ra nt gi .fe? ting bia luncheon, aad when he left the place he fouud lin- watch ni bia pocket. Ile had uo Idea how ii gm t hera, SIX TBASS* IMPRIROWXKKT l-'.R SOSBKBT. .lames White and Joseph Williams, two yoaag min who Were charged with robbins Herman Hts. Uv, of Mo. t; i i-j siil!ivan--t.. on March 2. pleaded guilty yesterday in the Court of Genera] Sessions, nnd were sentenced by Judge GilderaleoTO to six years each io tho Mate Priam. A I'd! Kl-MAN KINKI) IIMI! IV DAYS* PA V. Policeman -Thompson, of tbs Sixteenth Precinct, who vms placed >>n trial recently for a brea, h of the rul.-s in selling engravings of the late President Garfield, and who admitted bia guilt, WSS lined thirty days' pay yesterday. AOA1BS1 lill ("INA.,1 OB AILVIB DOLLARS. At ? meet ing ot the committee of the Cotton Ex? change on tbe coinage ol the silver dollar,yester? day, a resolution was passed deprecating the coin age Of any more silver dollars until by linnie and International legislstion there bas hen son jiistnient of the relative values af gold and silver, IYBIABI OB I BE WAV IO BKXICO. There nasa Syrian family, consisting of a mother and two children, a young man of tweuty-foui a-ol u girl of fifteen, at Castle Garden yesterday. I hcj came from Mount Lebanon and were without funds. They had beard of tin- richea of Mexico, and io saved money enough to get to this city, thinking that they would walk thereat ofthe way. Mil UV, OF h CONORKGATIOBAt SOCIETY, The spring meet mg of the New-Yorh aud Brooklyn i longregational Association was held on Tuesday at the Central Church, Madison-ave. and Forty eeventb-st Papen were read i.v Dr. Whiton, of Newark, Dr. Edward Beecher.of Brooklyn, and Mr. Cooley, ofthe Union Theological -Seminary, was hu used to preach. A < OSTLY i tlt'in ll i:att ivi;. The hainNone marble niling built fortrie Church of 8t.Vincent Ferrer al Lexington-are. and Sixty sixtb-st., was placed in position in the sanctuary yesterday. It extend* acroas the e un h, ii 68 ten m length, 2 feet <> inches in height, and eon sists of thirty-six beautifully ornamented columns. ihe wink ...st abonl t i.ooo. i i ni; rn Nun or a rn wi i . A. parlor fair will he beld by Mrs. Crittsnton at No. 2,019 Fifth-ave. next Moaday and Tuesday, afternoon and evening, for the benefit of thepro posed Chapel of the Free spirit on the e,-)bt tide of Harlem, Donations will be received at that ad? dress, or by Charles N. Crittenton, No. 110 Fulton st., oi will be called for. BTB1BS OS 1 BB nm -I I'A,"- i rr.s. The strike af the house painters has been success? ful. It waa fonnd necessary to strike In only five shops and three of the boa .es wurt In at oic. rh* two bosses who still refuse.I to paat the ad van.-e asked areN. Griffin, of No. 383 Grand-el, and Monro.-a McCormick, of No. 39 Duase-et. Aboul forty men only aro out. and theyexpool to he at woik before the end of tho week. RAMO TRAB8T1 COXMIMIOBBBS. The Ka'ii.l liniuii Commiaaioners yeaterday, on account of the abeonce of their connael, .John I.. Cadwalader. deterred until to-day the allotment of -.tuck of the New-York Cable Railwaj Company. Mr. Livermore haa been elected preeidentof tho Board, and Mr. Derean treaaarer. charles p. ghan will andreas the mass meeting in favor of rapid transit at Chickering Hall on saturday evening. ARBABOIBO FOR A pap. no. Tb-eight hour demonstration convention of thc Central Labor Union met last night in Lincoln Hall, at Houston and Allen sis. Ranorta were re? ceived from thirteen unions who havo decided to take part in the parade and maaa meeting m Cnion Si-imre on Monday night I'hej will march from their respective iucetiiig places headed ),.. bands to Inion square, lt ia expected that ther. will he 25,000 men fa Union Bqnara ou the night ofthe inc. ting. i yr. him; a BOARDING POI M iinr.p. Mrs. Dian.I, wh.. keeps ? boarding house at No. rj Baal rhirdsat., has received numerous com plaints from ber boarden that tbej wen hiing robbed of clothing and jewelry, On Baturday .* I. Holding, one of the bdhrdere, went t>. Albany, and in hia absence his violin, valuu.l at $150 v. ar stolen. In despair Mrs. Diamond Informedlaspector Byrnes, who detail.-.1 Detective Msguin to lind tne thief. Yesterday Msguin arrested Edward Cooper, age nineteen, a stone-cutter, who bad been board? ing in tbe bouae two months liewa- an,'!>, nt be? ing accused, bnl the number ol ]>anu tickets found in his pockets di-, on. .-ried him. in inn OP sn- OtD BBW-TOBI I IWTI e. Bensselacr Ten Broeck, who died on Saturday at No. lin I.asl Ninety-thira-at waa buried resterusy. Tn.- funeral was conducted hv lin- Kev. |ir. gniitu, o} m. .lames KjuseopaI Chinch. Among tliemourti eis wer. Mis. I en Broeck. Ai thur Ten Hine, \, a M,u, Mrs. ( barlas rerhune, a daughter, am! Mr, rerhnne, Mr. .inti Mr-. William II. 11 i ry. M i. and Mr, \\! IL Clark aad Mrs. C. Gaylord. Tbe bnrialwasin Greenwood. Mr.Ten Broach mn lunn in Kinder book, N. Y.,in January, 1814. He caine to this city when thirteen Jenn old,and Intel studied lan a [tn Johnson Nevin. Forty years ago be took aa office ni I i.-i hu. 1 ' . ne., which he occupied until his deuth. ?Bl t:iN.. ro ii-i viirv a -i k im:. A maa wbo registered at the Coopei Union Rote! on Nov. inin i 8 as " \\ right " was fonnd dead m hit bed the ii.-xi lnoriiing. An autopsy showed thal be bad committed suicide bj taking Paris greta, No on.- e\er hj.pli.-d foi his body and he was hurie.! in Potter's Field. Receatlj someinquirii i were made at the Colon-i'm,lin c al.out the (lead mun. Il \\.i> saul that bs might he n yonni Englishman to whom hud l.eeti willed some property bt relatives in Kng? land. lipin A Leake, af Na. '-"J"> Bprtac-aL, have been laqaeetea to exhume the body ana the per sons interested will be on hand to identify it if such a thing is possible. -u BROOKLYN. It is proposed to replace the gilded wood'ti eagle which has surmounted the dome of lin* Court Mouse for nineteen years, and is -somewhat decayed, with a uew one of mot nh Judge Pratt wt aside an eicessive yes.erdav the verdict awarding $1,000 aa daaaaaws to Mrs. .Mary J. McKinney for Iniuriee to her right, ana reeelved nu a .ar ot th.-(iraiid Street, Prospect Park and Plat bash street car line. Mayat loom yesterday appointed Dr. .fohn Har? rigan and Dr. .Fumes Byrne as memben of the Board ol' education to succeed John Hope, resigned, .ind Janies I,. Robinson, dead. There aro atill two vacancies in the Board. The funeral of Krnest W. Fischer, .1 jnemher of the Board of Kdin allon, was held yest."day at his hom.- in Forty-fourth-si. m-ai Thiid-ave. Charles E.Wanaa,a lawler, of No. '_'7 Cbaoa bera-st., New-York, who lives in Staten Island, wan arraigned before Judge Moore yeeterday npon a charge of coaspiracy and forgery ia tbe second de mee in connection vv ith the di voice fra inls of Munro Ad.mis. The c'se in which he appeared am! a boona divorce was issued was Healy versus Healy. His trial waa set down lot April 'l'J. Judge Barnard granted a limited divorce yesterday to Mrs. Annie C. Walton from George W. Wilton mi flu- ground of cruel treatment. Althoagh the parties were never formally married, they lived together as man ami wife, said that they were mar? ried, and taught their children to call t hem fat her nnd mother; henco the judge held them to be legally married. It is proposed to erect a Hittable bunding for a police e.turf and police station neil the City Hall at a coat of BftO.000, and M.ivor I.ow hus sent to Albany a draft of ii hill ann niling tin law whieh appropriates $30,000 for tbe pnrpoee, so as to get tin- requisite amount. Miss Josephine Brown, the colored girl wh i tiled a Rhoi at hut missed W. E. Brown, tlc colored door man of iii.- Twelfth police Precinct, on Tuesday night, waa sent to Raymond Street Jail yesterday on a charge of felonious assault. Bbealleged ilmt Un w ii, win. is a married maa. had made promises to ler which h.- had not kept. A Bendee memorial ofthe late Rev. Henry Syn nottPoiiii.il waa held yeaterdaj in St. Peters Pro? testant I p'seoi.al Chinch in M,ite-i. Addresses were delivered bv Biahop Paddock, of Washington Territory, and th.- Bot. Charles A. Tibbals, rector ot tl.- church. The Rot. Mr. Sanborn, a classmate of th.* deceased clergyman, took part m the services. Mr. Bonne)! was horn at Digby, N 8., in 1853, aad v.,is graduated at Bt. Stephen's College. N. v.. in ls7'.i. Afterward be waa graduated at tue Theological Seminary in New-York, and waa or? dained deleon At St. Luke's Church, Prooklyn, on Trinity Sunday, 1882. He went directly to New Tacomah, W T. He died in San Mateo, Cul., ou March l-l. -? NEWS FBOM TUE 8UJ3URB8. TEMPERANCE ON LONG ISLAM). The fJratnl District Convention of Oood Templars aad temperance worken for the counties of New York. Pi. hm..nd. Kings, laurens and Suffolk, was held in the Methodist Epiecopal Church of Jamaica, yesterday. An address of welcome was made by the Rev. Lewis Lampman, of Jamaica, who aaid: " We do not want silent men or those satisfied vv ith protest, what we want are lighters." W. M. Jones said that he believed in prohibition, but wus of the opinion that the liquor trafflo ...uid not be regulated, lin-Pei. <;. A. OraTes, of Port Jeffer? son, reported that the temperance movemenl in the latter place hud recently been temporarily obetrncted by tbe action of some of thia members, but it waa again progreesing. Mn. I., vanderboef spoke for the Women's -Temper atn?<? I oion of Brooklyn. J. L. Mitchell reported the intlti. me nf the Templars of lori Hamilton on ihe soldiers of the Fort, as recounted by Geaeral Hamilton, tba commandant oil the poet, ihe fol? lowing topics were taken up for discussion : "< (in? stitution.il Prohibition,' opened hy J. N. Stearns, secretary of the Na*ional Temperance So ciety. He strongly favored it. " No License, High orLiw.'' This Subject wus opened l>v the Kev. lii.iis. if.- believed that "No License, Highor Low, Amen,'' would be i sufficient speech on the subject, [t called out a lively discussion. Mr. Mort.ni believed that high license was directly in the way of prohibition, ii would aol orusti onl tin-cv il. Th.- Lev. Messrs. De Hart and Lampman favored hit-'h licence Mr. Steam's be? lieved that high li..-use. front wind he bad leen indifferent nerta of the country, waa only a nigher price inr tne liquor dealen to kOl onr children. Mr. Dellart believed that prohibition should not ?tand in the wayof blaber licenses. The i;,\. Mr. Hicks said: " lin- question as to the price of licenses Ane- not in the least aitei the chara* ter of the I.usn).--'. It waa for the temperance people to do their duty. Il' the Itceneea were placed high law. if any, or the liquor denian would go ont of the business; they would sell m defiance of law." I emnerance meetings an to begin in Plymouth Church on Sunday by Malice and English, whose | work has creal.-.I m. mnch excitement and has been followed by snch gnni results in Plainfield and othei New-Jersey towns. SEVEN HAMMER BLOWS ON THE HEAD. A ti?ht occurred on Tues.Liv night on Staten Island that may prove tn be a munler. Twoem 1 pim es oi the sailor's Snug Harbor at West Bright j on, Samuel Platt and John Morgan, beean i gaged iu ? dispute thal led to blows, when Mora in seized a hes v.i caulking hammer and dealt Platt ?even terrible blows on the head, and one across I the arm. Platt waa carried to the hospital ot the : Bailor'*Snug Harbor in ? dying condition, anil Dr. Joj said thal the wounds wsre of a fatal nature. It was aot believed that the injured man would live 1 through the night. Coroner f I *?1 r took his ante mortem statement. Morgan was taken before Platt and identified as the assailant. He was ai l.-te.l. -Of JERSEY (ITY. The Board of Fiaaneemet last night ami appointed the followiug assessors: James F. Gannon, Dennis Mi Laughlin, Hugh Dugan, Stephen P. Toe, James Lillis ami Jamel C. Clarke. Thomas Shandley, of No, 289 Second-st., shot himself in the bead last night, Thi bullet wm ex? tracted. Shandley, who la a yoting man, had heirn ou a spice. The lindy of a maa upon whom vv.re found a let? ter addressed to "George Pfaffer, No. 187Avenue A. New-Vm 1.," and a card heiring the inscription, "post 'A'J, (i. A. P., No. -U'A Bowel v," waa picked up in the North Uiver at the foot ol Hay -at. yesterday. Edward Yan Keuren, convicted on an Indictment charging him with robbing the grog-shop of Pat? rick Hayden, at Henderson and Ninth sis., on February 21, was sentenced yesterday to one year in the t lou ut j penitentiary. Patrick Burke, age4welve, liviag in Henderson st., wai found unconscious on tbs sidewalk last night. Ths boy was sn tiering from the e fte j ts ol' drink. _ _ NEWARK. The deaf mutes of Newark sad its vicinity have organised I literary as-,,elation in the Young Men's Christian Association rooms. Over thirty memben are enrolled. Jacob Mi'iiti-1, age fifty-five, committed suicide by hinging himself in tho vvoodshod ul No. 188 r.iv?-t-st.. on i ai i la] night. In the Orphans' Court yeaterday, before Jndge McCartor, an argument t....k place regarding i li* custody of ihe two children of Mrs. Lillie Obis holm, who wai murdered b] her husband a y.-ar ag... Jn-t previous to his execution, last Novem? ber, Chisholm bequeathed the care of the children to his father, who ls ? Roman Catholic They have always lived with Mr. Macomber, the father of the (lead wife. Judge Fort, the counsel for Mr. Muuom ber, read a law recently paaaed, which gave the court authority in certain esses to us,, its dis. reti in in giving the custody of children. He said that where the mother waa living the father could not take the guardianship ol the children from lier, ami il was hat.1 that a mau should murder his wife and then make auch disposition of the children as hu mw tit. STATEN ULAND. TomKiN--vn.tr..? The ninth annnal Charity ball held on Staten Islaad netted f 1,419 12, which haa li*' n tui ned over tu tin- Smith lnlin.iary. ? LONG ISLAND. Faaxai im ills.?Tba Presbytery of Long Island met yesterday, ihe meeting was opened with u mi m hy tho modentor,tbe Rev, Thomas Baiaas, Fia "him..?The commissionen on the new arm? ory have ac< epted the sureties ,,f [?'? \. Richardson, wh.. was awarded the eontraet for the building. Con traete have alao baan awarded f..rthn mason, brick aad pleater work, aad tha building u to tie computed by August 1, ? \\ R8TCHE8TER COUNTY. Naw-RocBKLLC George P*rgneon,George8< blr mei and T. IL Smith were elected trnsteci <.t School District No. 1 on Tuesday nigh!. The btate Superintendent ot Public Instruction has decided that the reading ol the Bi hie should uot take puce during th.- ft hool boin i. ALONG THE BOUND. um i sui, h.-sheiiti-ciect Bwarti has decided to make the i,.li.iwin?: appointments ot deputies; south Norwalk, Nelson j, t'raw; Stamford, Richard Bolston: Greenwich, Join Dayton: Pair* liel.I, >.|.iii-miali Jennings; Monroe, Stephen B. Hayes, and Richfield, H. J. Hallow.Hotel keepers are making preparation* fox a bogy Maana. lti:ii)),ni)i!i.?I he appointment bl theNew-York East Conference of the Kev. W. W. (Mark tn tho First Church ; the Rev. lt A. Sadler to the North Mani Street, ami the Kev. C. S, Wing lo the Wash? ington Lark, gives Mitista. t ion.A severe ( ist eily storm prevailed yesterday, uml at nigh! the haihoi was tilh-d with crafts.lt is reported that the Salvation Army had purchased for SJHfhOOO a lot in Fairfield-ave., near Main-st.The St. Georgs Society will give a dinner at thc Sterling House on April 23.The liomin? Pigeon Society will meet lins evening at E. (I. Paddocks store. Yesterday Mayor Wessels administered the oath to his successor. Mayor D. N. Morgan.George W. '?ray, for thirty-two yean master carbuilder for the Nangatnek Railroad Company, died ugo sev? enty-six. NohwaI.K.?A large schooner, name unknown, had her mainsail carried away yesterday oft Pen lield reef. Milford.?The Heusatonic la much swollen. Tbs iirst Congregational Church has voted to call the Kev. J. C. Averill. Kiddish.- Mrs, Goodall, with her two daughters, the "Hky Farm'' poetic, writers, has taken a cot? tage near her early home.Darby tireen, age IOI, the oldest man in Connecticut, is in good health. Si KATI OKI).?The steamer Matt Rowe will tow a timber raft from New-York to he used in construct? ing a hridge for tho New-Havcii Road across the Housatonic River. --? SUNDRY NEW-JERSEY TOWNA OitAVfiK.?Charles M. Decker has heen elected a director of tho Orange National Hank, in place of Aaron H. Hurrison, de. eased.The sale is re portod of the house of Judge John ll. Meeker to Mr. Freeman, of the Standard Oil (ompany The pliimhers are emlen voling to have lae council pace an ordinance requiring bands for tbe pioper performance of work done for the city. Hey roui plain that they are obliged to give sm h hinds in Newark, while Newark plumbers a e permitted to do work iu Orange without giving banda. Vi "ova.- Judge John L. Johnston nnd others have addreeaed a letter to Mieritt' Wright, of Essen Ci'iiiiifv, requesting him to uivf* his lecture, deliv? ered recently at Trenton, to aid tho public school library, i-'a-i 0*A*oa.?The eastbound Dover exvrees aa thoDelawure, Lackawanna iind West, rti Railroad struck a furniture truck on the Greenwood-ave., crossing yesterday. 1 hree men were on the truck. The wagon was smashed. Two of the men escaped with cuts and brui-.es. hut the third, Edward Smith, wits injured internally. The horse was killed, lhere Mas no flagman at flu- crossing. BELLKVII r.i'.? The soini-anniial meeting of the classes ef the Reform Church wae held on Tneeday, cv. ry chareh hut ono being represented. An aver? age increase of twenty to each chnreh was reported. Delegates were elected to the particular Synod of New-Brunswick, winch meets at Warwick on May ti.Tho Borough Commission has organized hy sleeting Aaron Lloyd president. MADISON.?The Presbytery of Morris and Orange began Its regular sealion on Tneeday morning and ended yesterday noon. The Rev. Mr. Beaaman, of chiiibum. presided.B.C. Oben, the petro? leum broker, of Ne w-York, was bnneil on Tuesday afternoon with Masonic ceremonies. Loaa Branch.?Mrs.Sophia EL Wardell, wife ot Mayor Edward Wardell, left her bone at Long Branch on Tuesday, and has nat returned. She was mitering fruin mental aberratioa, and left two letter.; iudiciit in ir her intention to commit sui cide. _____________ TilE "SAIi./lZliA'' LITIGATION. STATEMENTS BY Mit. BARRYMORE AND MADAME Moimi-si-, a'- HUSBAND. Mailutiu- Moiljciska luis once mon found il necessary tc real ;i week. With some membera of her company aha arrived hers from Philadelphia oa Tnei .lav. Naturally li'-r antral baa revive! the gossip In theatrical circles concerning the injunction proceedings brunell! against lin-hy Mr. nod Mrs. Barrymore, author un i owner respectively ofthe play " NaaJeida." Mau? rice Barrymore said to a Tbibckk reporter yesterday: As I iiiiil that several mlaleadlng reports hare been published hen-. I should like to make s simple statement .1 iii. f.(cts. In the Ural place, personal feeling lias Dad iin!li! ia whan rer to do with tin* (natter, is lus been reported, lt waa purely ? business affair, and my rela> tiona with Ifsdsme Modjeeks are as cordial ns ever. Tbe ?ult waa brought by my wife because I bad sailsnsd to berm} riabtam tae play. I nual emphatically deny thc printed itatemeai that rhe wax dropped from Hie c.un ji.my for misconduct on tbe *inne. Mn.hui Modjetka accused her of "gu j lng." as lt ls lei med, when we played In Provl.tCBCH, and on that account Informed ber that she could do lon^ei play the parts sh.- bad play.-.I all the seaaoa lu the Shakespearean production*. As to the rights or wrongs of this, I bave aotblng t>, say. but "guy? ing" cnn In no seline he called misconduct, Now tts f. tnv pi-iT. I wrote the play, and BUimltleil lt to Madame on Its merits She liked t uni agreed to produce it. I understood (i ut I mav bnve been at fault) tbat, If a success, it was to run tor Hie af tbe New-York engagement I may fairly claim tbat ll was a success, but lt waa i..ncn off after it short run se.i only played at Intervals her'- throughout the rei,,i the engagement lf.lt that this hurt nu value, for though th.* trai re?on was that It taxed Madame's strength foo mnch, .t appeared to tbs purni.- as tiiougb lt bad failed to draw. When we were In Brooklrn l came ?mi,- uuderstandlaa "itu Btmson, her manager, thal ii was to be played oaly on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays aaa not al wednesday matinees. It was nol till two dar* before we opened In Boston that I found it was advertised for th* tii>t Wednesday matt nee. I w.-is aaturally Indignant and ap ? to Btlnson In vain. He promised to aller tbe dale, bul failed to do no. Hs stated tint be could p o ii when and where he liked, and tbat I had no voice In it. Hs also said In tlc bearing of several pennie that he wa* gellie to telegraph lo vari.ms managers statlug that the play was a failure and had been withdrawn. I Moordtngly brought thia action, not, to prevent the piece from being played, but co Iel Uie public know- that the pla] was withdrawn by me tad not by the manage? ment. I have bad several otters tot lt, and think lt will loon be played again. Madame Modi' 4ka wai kurri lng to drew fora visit to tbe circus when a TRIBCNE reporter entered tn-r sitting roam. Afters few word-, of greeilicuudaeket'-hof herfti iiue plans, by which it appeared that she leaves America lu June after her extra seaton ot *\x weeks, mid will then play in Poland and other Eurapeaa countries, ?bs husband. Count l.ozeuta, to explain the --Nad ie/i.i " matter, lie said: lt u very simple. The piny t.ired Madame too heavily, hill it was a irrr.it SUOCCSS an.l we did nil WI I uiM fm lt. Mr. Harry linne did not want ill to Dlay lt, and wo would ceded to bia wishes without a amt If be bud but tpoken Iwo words. As to Mrs. II arramore, she was milty uno misconduct She "guyed,"as they call lt, on tba Itage, au,l niter several warning! I removed her from Hie sst of the Sbakespeareaa piars There bas bseo no tii 'eclini; ',n .mr side but I thluk an appeal to tl o courts might i.a^e been av....led. lt is rumored that (.lau Mon ls will be the n"xt Ead katta, -a-. NOTABLE VISITORS AT BARNUM?*, Fi.i ihe Inst wick there has been hardly annu? li seat lu the Madison Square Gardes, elthsi at j,o'c,o.k in tbe sfternous or 8 s'clQck lu the evening. Several neve features h.ve been added to the hug p?r oi iimu.es and the hippodrome, which closes ihe (,,-> 'orman.'e, is a nr\ er railing source of delight to the huge uidieaoes. As asual the Etonian charlot race participated ii i.v a nobls Bomen warrior aud a prepossessing Hom.in natron, ts productive of the wild.-st ezcttem. nt As the inwieldly chariots dash aion^ behind the four boreas ittachsd to each, and ths dust flies lu a cloud, md the corners leam ruuutled by some miracle without nUaap, till lluallv, the matron passes the winning post i trifle ahead of the warrior there li a breatblesi hush tuceaadt d by a ra II sf applause. The ui-eai Mt -diowiiiau if ih. m all, 1'. T. Barnum, cams fion Bridgeport reiterdayaad sat In bis oillee looking liku a guileless ?ii.-iuii of mature age, "You have doubtless beard," said be. "that a mis ruMcd rival of ours bas endeavor.-.1 to Hseomit our sacred elephant by Importing I assail beast which he claims ls a while "elephant from dam. lt semi's hardly worth whiiH to notice such a ?lill iilniis copyist i but in due time the history af tbe tibia showman'* white elephant wi 1 te told, and t will be placed on a par with his rival to Jumbo, which ia boast Sa SO much about. You know the old story of he Indian who beat nis child, not for stealing but for be? rg fousd out. Well if a Us is to be told it had better be un which ls not fomd out with ths gr>-afst of .-ase ?? ji> the way I was glad to sea that the hist thisg the Vaguer singers did nri.-r their arrival was to come and ?e the show. Ileury Irving and Mts* Tern were hero asl week and I expect Madame Patti will corns as usual. am going to return ta,* compliment by geing to bear ber lu?- mit week." MA BINN ISlBLLlQESt.h. MINIATURE ALMANAC un rises, .'.'.'4 ?tti.tii.to Moen sets, rciiUaoft SfMa ll HIo-l WATIB ID-DAf. in nixie Httk. 7:W.Qev. Islaad, H:<>9. tran oat* asa 'Af -Mndy Hoe*, lil (lev. IsUaS. 8.JJ Hall lits! 1" lil ?V RR ION STEAMERS DUE Al Tilla PORT TO-DAY. "'"<!? line. rln .London.National aldgate HUI .Loud it) . ifJYl I'ennsylvaula ..(iia-iaov*. lifate iresasis.Uro*ti,,w., ....AncK* .lan.iur i ur.llilsr..! .Bristol ( itv .'I'li'ii .AuistBtdani. Neth-ADisr 'lusnc*.lim/ii .I'-.* Brail) , allia in. Ltig.iai r i. |lr,l d fbioat, ai'hil h. issyriin Monanh.Loudon. Mut.arch Itv of Montres). Liverpool. r.?isu tala. lln-iiieii.N (. j.'.uyd Vam .iii'-ineii >t Moutiisinptiiii \ ii LioyJ - . Copsahagn .wiute< toss IATUBDAY, AI'HIL li Mvetli .Liverpool.Kanona! IIMI..I ltnstol . urea! VVwurii hateaa LaSlta Bordeaoi . H'mieain ;.Ha.iil.iic.itmih.Aieer xs.litlsnil AlltWi-ip. j.r. 7ZL it?phtu,. ..Bottantam."iib A mai SBirn si, si. li's-. ?oe i arHXW-YOKK. .Wi.uw-kuax, APB1LS issi a mt iv ..-. M An. le.ria P.r -mail, QbMffW Mardi io vi, vj, with mdse snd passsngera lo Henderson Bros -teamer Caledonian iflr), Scott, 'i stgoa ju .ins, wau c,?i| - ns A Coi fl IMI to MU.,, 'un. -s|a?nce A Snnut i Chateau L.uti.- ft; in,-m.*, Bordeaux 13 dan fl! 1. mils'* ami i, i tun li. tutye* (-j. Hteamei ls. ? -. rnesta March 10, tfaastaall I'l.lctii-I. " i. . .un ni: n J i willi niils.i to La.. ,,i , ,?-?hci loBeaasi Bros. HtaamerHoll re BisJaaalra .lan ia vi* nt '?'indi lin, willi . ? '!. . lu Ai.a,oki, iii.ia, VMSSl to lien n lite I'ula A lu '^ Steamer Boase (Belg). 1)1 son. Nanto* March 12 via Bte /aa elm ID, with mdae to Husk A JevoDs ?steamer Basil (Bri, Thompson. Csara March 13 vis Para tt, with mdse toorrter; rennel to Booth A i'o. -Steamer HntUb Empire Br . Fawcett Vera Cres Match Th, Progreso April 1, Havana 4 dar*, wltli mdse snd passsagars to V Alexandre a Sons. st.Mii>. r Oeo W Clyde. Holmes. San fv.mlogo Illy Warra 19 Haman* .in, Porto Plata lil (ape llavtlen April i and Turks Island 8, with icdsa and passovers to Wm V Clyde A. (ti. wteamsr Klatni.oroiigh Br-. Fraser. Bermuda 5 days, wita mdse and passengers to A E Oiiter'irldjre A Co. -?trom'?> (llijandnite. Kell/, Newport NeWS, With SSdSS sad passengers to Old Dominion ss ('o. ^^ -t??mer Neptune Merry, Boaton, wltb mdse to HI Dun? oon steamer Kleannra. liragi, Portlaud, with mdae and p as se a. gers to Jlortitio II.ill slop . ol ti tn bos m;> r i. Hanermlleh. Bremen 42 daya, wita r.e. n-i: t and empty barrels to order, vessel to Herman If oof A Co. Batt T.nrcMno (Itali. Otlvarl, Leghorn 61 ttys, with mdas to Austin Hal.twin * ( Sh nark Hsr/.burg fieri. Ilashafen. Braoieo Dec 10 via Charleston IS dara, tn ballast to < iel richs A cs. Bark Heit Br), Mauro. Antwerp .'.1 daya, with iron and empty barrels toordci; vessel to ( W Hertaui, Bark KrlnuaiBn. Muuaou, Hull .fi days, with chalk Uior. der vessel lo C W llcrum. Bark uilatiNor), Lund. Clenfucgos 25 daya. wltbaaaaxto order: veaa.-i to ?in ith A Bee. Hark Owstaiitli.n von Belneeke 'Ger. Fietwnr?t. Cardenas 20dsvs, wiih augur loonier, vessel io ( tobias A t ?> Hobr carrie A Norton. Hodidon, Uavaiia ll days, wita angar to Dick St Meyer, vessel to ll W Loud A Co. r-t hr Harvester (Br., McLaughlin, tl John NB, 8 days, witto lath lo ?*?-?mmrll Rms. silir Mamie Willett iBr). Howe, sf John. NH. 0 daya, wita lamber to J tit teed ; rettrl to A T Heney. Bf NS KT W.n.' at san.tr Woo < llirht. K-tfc, th irk aad rain lax- At City Island, liubt, BR; cloudy lXUI|D Steamer France (Br). Hadley. London?F W J Hurst. I ? liner nallcy (Br., Hammond. Liverpool?Bash A Jevous. ^teamer Rarraconta 'Br', Kvaus, Bridgetown, Bermuda-? Leavcraft * Co. ? steamer iiamon de Herrera (Hpan), vara. Havana-Jde Rivera A CO. Steamer Alviers, Percy, Xew-Orleans? Bog.-rt * Morgsa. st.ainei Tallsli?es<-.i, fisher. Savannali Henty Yonge, ir. Steamer Unit Mi.-am. I'i iiiiiniftnn, I barl.-KKili J W yuin, tjr.l A i h. g teamer J W Garrett. Foster. Baltimore- f ** Kre-os. steamer Common w-ailtb. Van Kira, Philadelphia?John 0 Roberts Bark caro. Armstrong. Phlladelphl.-*? Miller * Honebton. Bnsr Georgia iBr;, Drinkwater, sagua la Urande? L Mnn'^ lr. t Cn. Brigida Maud (Bri, Davidson, Bridgetown. Bermuda-. 'lllllllttllll + I H. Bnir Helen M Rowley. Rowley, St Thomas-Penlaton A Co. Scl.r Heniy, I'aulkfngbaui, Vk"iues I'H - simpson, (.lapp A Co. tSA It. RD Stes'npm Scrvlft. fer Llvrrpool: France . Rr). london: Kia*. Riein.-ti; Schiedam, Rotlerdain: KniC'i- Fl Havre: Raino* de H.-rieia Havana, lona Kingston: Barracouta, Demerarai Algiers. New ()rt?-ans; Tall.ihsssee. savannah; Gall Streaia, Char eninri; Com', onwealtb Phllaa Bark Victor, for A nj I cr, Java. Anchored st. City island, bound oof- Barks Benjamla Y llnitl, Ma.lnis; Mn lids (.'Smith, St .Inlin NU., Lrtgs Arthur, (or Cadiz ; Alice Las I'ulmua NOTICE IO M\HINCKS. NKW-YORK HARBOR AND LOWKR B.VY-RCMMKK BUOYAGE KM'ABLISHKD. The proper Iron nnd nu ti can buoys have been plseed In the New. York Harbor and Lower Bay, and In the channel Into Rockaway, L. I., tn conform to th.- MST IM of the Third Lin ht In m-i I Hst ct. cuni c.-d ton. t'liwt 1,1 Wt, I b<- spar buoys marking (lodney's. South. Swash and Mata si.iji Channels dillina the winter have been taken au. I li" r.-'t and blsck hort,-on tal striped bums whian marked the fallowing wrecks have beea naeoatlased, tbe wrecks hiivlng fiCi.-r dis-inpeareil or been removed Wrei k nf M-l,r Mitry Matheson, in Malu Ship Channel, be? tween buoys 8 snd ?tj. Wreck ol ai oal barge off foot o.' East 16th st, New-Yorh Citv Wreck <>f thc hark Margaretta on Livingston's Point, KUI von Kuli. SI. Wick ot a canal boat off the southern end of Governor I Island. New-York Harbor. Dy oi.l.r of thc Lighthouse Bmrd OBI BBOWS, Captain. I" 8 H., Tn?pcctor, I liini Lightbouae District Tompkins OIL- SI. April!). UH. ni KovKiunrn of steamer*. VOKSIOH POST*. Qukkksiowx, April '..-sailed, stearne! Republic (BC. Irvin* from Liverpool h.-ra.* '?r New-York. i,i a-".ow, April Ii- Arr ve '. steamar state of Nebraska(Br)( ', ,iU) Now-York Mai, BOirillAMrroX, April'.)?A .rived, steamer Neekar (Gi-r). BiiSHins, from New.York March ill on Uer way to Bremen land proceeded), _ Chi"iof, April "?Arrived, steamer Jersey city (Br). Hoi* lor. (rom New-York March i'l. Ibi.kof SMdiri, April a -Passed, steamer (tinges (Br), Roh Mts, from (.)? .saw March 21, on ber way to Hsinburr. Havkk, April ??sailed, sfamer Oelk-rt lO?r), Kuhlewein, from H.iinbiirg hence for New-York. Rt li?Arrived, steamer lU-deisater iBr>, Toms, from New. Orleans March IS, Biiemfn, April tl?Arrived, steamer Mount Edgecumbe iBr, Crimp, Irom ch.-u leaton March ll. BAUFAX, April ?-Arrived, steamers Ardan.lhu 'Br:. Cun iii-i. lia.it. New-York; Tunsta'I (Bri. Mackie, Boston. ?Jailed itaaaMfS lynemoulh Br', stci.li.-ns.ui, Barrowj Worc-.'(i, BosCoa Havana. April H_Anlved. steamer Hiv of Washington, Reynolds, from New.Yolk on lier way to Mexican ports. DOhtwnc poi! is. pnRTt.ivT.. AprDV?Sailed, steamer Dominion Liverpool. v Apr'.r.. Arrlviid. sti-aiuers (in. mn Ur, Lei lallat, Ols??ow; W.in.irabiii Uer', Hunsowaldt. Han berg. ( ? sled, steamers Fitzroy Hr). Gibb, Haltii inre; Tyrlan (Br), Hwsila, Glasgow i Norman, uoogLn, i-lnia. .iphia; Gea Wbllnev, Hallett. New-York; Allegtenj-, Hal ett, It.iliJmere. Sailed, Steamers Nurse man Cialgeii'lorsn tnt Matlioban. rmi AiiELTUU, April U?Aliiveit, stoaniei l-'auiiie, (.rumley. New-York Cleared steamers Willlamspoi-t Miller, Huston; Aries, Love. Intnl. fall River; Inn manila, eh'.-imau, I'luvtdeucu; May. Hewer. DavtdsSS, New-York. BALnMOBS, April tl?Arrived, steamer Hohenzollern illtn. Mover, Break a Cleared, steamers Ncfsmore (Br), Inch, Liverpool; Johns Hupklu*. Mar, b. Savannah. ('Hain Kelo.N, Apill 'J?balled, steamer I ic lu wa ie, WinnatA N.w.York, ^ Sava.nxah. April 0?Sailed, ateamer Chat'ahoochee, Dug. g.ii. New-York, Ntw-OKLKANs, April 9?Cleared, steamers C'lvmene (Bri, London: azalea 'Bri, Havre; City of Dallas, Belliet (.'hal. mette. New York. At tim Passes?Arrived, steamers Kmiiiino ,-pan\ Liver. pool; Thornhill a br , Cardenas: New-York, Uuk?, Ntw-Yorl^ Balled, su-auier Hudson, foi New-York; Announcementa (ieuntne.Tnhann Hoff's Malt Extract lias alcrnir >ire ?f fohana II,.lt ami Mi.nt. i:.-!imi on neck ot every bottle. Indoaseilbv sll p,i>t;-lana, ioi j. uciai debility. Beware o(ImitatloM. u Tho boy of to-daj srill be thc man of to morrow, nnd on his head will he noticed ..ne of Knox's iii com. ii ;. .lats (Hitaiu your siriug sii&ti.-s at Kum the Hatter's, corner Brosdwsy and i-'ulton st. aud Fifth am-uim Hotel. Try Carter's Little Nerve Pill* for any caao of nervousness, sleeniessness. indigestcn dyspepsia, Ae, ra. lief is sore. 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