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IfESTCH ESTER CO UNTY. YONKKRS. Tbe delegates elected tu the Republican Ward conventions ,it Yonk.rs nut on Wednesday evening In their respective wards and nominated can?Mate?. for Aldermen to I? votad for next month. In the First Ward. Dr. Harry XV. Kertholf was nominated; in the Third War!, Frederick A. (?arnjost, and In the Fifth Ward. E Alexander Houston. At the convention In trio Second Ward tWO-thlrd? of the ??legates, being lisaatlTflri with the conduct of the convention, Withdrew and subsequently mot at the Getty H ?u*e. They there nominated Aldermen Henry Gaul, an Independent l>em,icrat whose term of Office expire? this .?prinj*. No nomination was made In ih" Fourth Ward. Nearly all th.- public schools bald exercises yes? terday ;:: honor of Waahlngton'i liinhday. They consisted of d.-clamations, ?saajrl and patriotic songs. John O'Brien, forty-four vears old. a constable, of X > i', Pallaade-ave., aras arrested on ts/ednesday nistht by Patrolmen Carroll an 1 Robinson, ,,f th? Yonkera police force, .,n a bench warrant issued by District-Attorney Platt. <?:' White Plaina, He is? charged with larceny In the ser.m.| degree, and it Is alleged he had failed to accouni for money col I? ti i on ex?cutions, O'Hrlen was taken to White Plains yesterday by Deputy Sheriff Kuss. Joaaph A, Bealrsto and Mis? Bertha A. Brophy were manie,i on w ? in-s lav ai Si Joseph'? Church ?>v th?- P.-v. H.r.rv [?' Xavier. .lohn ?'olllrw wa- the i ?-? man and .Mi? Flannlgan :?.< bridesmaid. < >:i Hie same . v. ning ?' ic >b SI? Bert, ir., and Miss Erne line It. Fnv iv.!'' married bj the Kev. Alexander li. Carver, rector of St. John's Episcopal ?'nnrch. at the home of the bride's parents, No, \3S New Main-.-t. Daniel Wlltaea was the ?best man and Miss Albertina Frey the bridesmaid \ ? ., me? ?f the Vlewvllle Literary Aasocia tion on We In. - lay evening, six members were el,-ere I. William Smith, Leonard Ahrena and Charles Minnerly were appointed to arrange enter? tainments during rh<- month of March. It was de? cided to challenge Mountaineer Engine Company for a i-hiiilieboaiJ tournament. MOUNT VERNON. Mrs. Joaaph ?3. w ".1 gave a Washington Tea at her hom? yesterday. She was assisted by Mrs. Edward Qay, Among the many present were Mr* W. M. I'finn.n:. Mi- 1? W. Whit-nore, Mr?. ?2. XV. Flske, Mrs. K M. Wind. Id. Mr?. C. K. Klnil.all. Mr- H. c. Jomb, Mra R. T. Howe, Mrs ?Duns* combe. Mrs. W ?i. N. <".arke, Mrs. ?'. .Iones. Mr? C, ?*. itiKeiow, Mrs. .lohn Berry, Mrs. a. E. Taylor, Mrs Bulnboeuner, Mrs. K.-rri?. Mrs. WliUatrson, the Miase? l/il.r.1 ?'arrie Lockwoo?! Mis? l.ym.in. Miss QUI, M.s-r Glbaon, Miss I. H Jones, Mra Sinnott. Mr.-. ?I It. Crawford, Mrs. Robert?, Mrs. Shotweli, Mrs. Chap?n, Mrs. George H, P*ish. Mr?. Van Schaick, Mrs s. F. Holmes, Mra A. IS. Black more, Mrs Swart. Mr?, /at, risk le, Mrs K. I.. Maeaeck, Mrs. Doremus, Mrs. Brunn. Mrs. Or. ?;r. .n. Mr- Herrlck. Mrs. Munn. Mrs. Spencer, Mrs Alfred ?'""lev. Mrs. Gardner, Mr? o'4'orinor, Mrs. Hoffman ar:.l Mrs. HrlnckerhofY. The pupil? 'if the ?schools anticipate! Washington's Hlrthdav with ipproprlate exercises yesterday. The special features at .No. I, in Fifth-,iv? . ?fere an ex? hibition drill by the Baptist Hoys' Brigade, and a formation ?if a number of little girls, each one repre? senting a lettei of the alphabet, and thu? spelling the name "George w.i?hlnRton." Patriotic sonaja were - ing an l th? scene wa? enlivened by the ?rav? ing of th- ?Ilk American flags distributed ni-non? the children. The ? k< rclse? at the other fix schools wer. of i limitai character, and membera of the Hoard ,,f Education and others nade ?bort sMreeses. At Miss For I's kin lergartea each pupil wore a hat ahaped like th? chapeau, and mad.- ..f red, whit and blue paper, and surmounted with cockade?. Thfv vvivf I the "!:? I. White and Blue" while they uni',* National songs and pave recitation* WHITE PLAIN"?. The will of n. O..Bradley, of Dobbs Ferry, waa filed f?>r probate yeaterday with Surrogate Theo? dor., h. Bilkman. The Instrument was drawn up on November I, UK. Mr. Bradley lei! an eatatc estimated at .?.'.">?''. t,. be divided into live equal ?-hares, one share each to be given ?o his 'iaiit.-ht.-rs. Elisabeth, Lue and Mrs. Km ma Mlddlebrook, and hli sons. Nelson and Jerome Bradley, Jame? R*. Mlddlebrook and Robert i'atterson ate mined ai executors,_ NEW-JERSEY. NEWARK. II nry Kobl, the young Germ?n who murdered Tnis cousin, Josjeph Preinel, on the nigh! ol June n last, and then threw his body into S, Imeiler's Creek, in the Newark ni.-a low?, where ,t was found the followini' ?lay welshed down with stones, aras ***n* ?t.M.'.-d to death by Jlid?;" ?Depue In Newark yeater ?Jay. The date set for the ? Audition is Thursdav. March 21, between 10 a. m. and ! p m. When Kohl ?was brought into court he was ?falling just the i-am" a? on the .lav he wa.- arrested. But as the Judge, in his sol, mn tone, addressed the prisoner he began t.? r?alisa thai it was no laughing matter . nfrontlng him When the aeateaea oaaaignlng Kohl to th.- (allows ?iiopp. i from lh? Judge-.? lips the , on'lemrs-d man turned pale and ?seemed daaed. Wh-n asked if he irai anything to say why sen? tence should not be pronounced, he answered: "All I've B"' if 8ay '? I've been eonvteted Innocent." Th- eonvbti'iii was secured on circumstantial evi ?1-nce. In a bill of complaint tiled in the Cham try four: ut Newark >'??terday Rotseri J. Hertsog, ?uperln* tendent of Headley & lona' trunk fact<sry, is gc? ?us.,i by Mis? Cecelia Caroline Blllhoffer, an Im* beclle woman with fraudulently appropriating to liis own us.- Ji.T'i" After he had se, ur.-l h-r money. ??t.e allege? she was forced to occup) a small, poorly ?furnished toon? on rhe lop ,,f hrs house, vvitn a sinKle window. -,. big? lip that she could not look out of it. Sh?- was al?o obliged to do all kind? ol ?Irudge work about his house, Sh- ii'ivv asks rh?: her money be returned, Hertsog, in his gnswar, make-; a general denial of all the chargea Th?- funeral of William Henry Curtis, president of th.- Ksse\ countj National Hank, t< ?,k place from the Curtis home, No. M Pourth-ave., yesterday afternoon. No! In many years, and II ?s doubtful If ever, has Newark witnessed su h a gathering of representative businesi and financial men at a fui!, ral service. <?ld Trinity Church, where the ?servie.*? wer- held, could not hold all who want-*?] to pay :h"ir reapect? to tl,. dead financier, and m.-itiy we,.- obliged t" stand ::i the corridor? and In front of the edifice, The Bev Loul? Osborne, pastor ol the church, conducted the services. Th.- pall i irers were .lohn H. Ballanttne, John T Robb, T, IV. Crooks, Henjamtgi Atha, I. Spencer Ooble, Qen >?.,' Joseph W Plume, Samuel C, Howell, Charles }". KUburn, Robert Gray, jr., and .1 Wilson Smyth. The burial was In Mount ?Pleasant Cemetery. Lady Henry Somerset haa been s<-?-ur?-1 by the Presbyterian l"n. to r-i,?ik in Newark on March I. It la expected thai Miss Francis R. VVIUard will ic company her, Th? meeting will be h"H in th? S**c ond Presbyterian Church. PATKHSON*. Albert F. Chadwlck, a colleg? graduate and prin? cipal of Publl School No. is, In Bergen-st., Pater Km. N. J., was arraign? i before Ju !?.'?? Hopper In ih- Paasalc County Court of Quartet Session? >??? terday morning, and ! i\- BOO ball for trial nexl "Monday 00 B cbaitge of atroctolia assault an 1 battery . :. ala w::... irmlnla. Thi? ??-? sequel to? story ol domestic woe thai ha? bt-en before the court? ind Che publl, for three v. ,t t... omplalnl was made to th, ?Ira.:: .l.rrv i :. W- Itr.-sda v at t'-rn ">ri. A well-dressed woman hurried Into the Jury-room and, removing a heavy veil, exhibited feature? batten I ?ml bruise?] an I a discolored eye She said thai her body bore many other r, -ark- of her h inba-ag's brutality. Trie Jury In , fea mlnut ? found a tun -??gainsl Chadwlck, who hi? i secured his wife through an adv, rtlsement. Judge Hopper Imm? dl it? ly Issue I s ben .i warrant f..r nla arrest, and at night two constables routed the pedagogue oui of bed at hi? "nonv. in Oarrlson-st., despite hi? plea thai he fell 111, and took turn to lh- county lall, where he p.issel the real of the night, Th? asaa alt for whb'h the complaint was male is alleged t ? have been com? muted on Monday, bul .Mis Chadwlck said lha! it ? i- only one of several besting? which her husband K.?ve h,-r sin . . be returned to his ?tome s tern **?eeka ago, In accordance with the decree ?f the New-Jersey Court of Chan? f iv. Th ? sf.rv of the.r former troubles ha? i,e,.n published in The Tribun?. STATES ISI. A S D. ?TAPLBTON -The annual charity ball for the ?ienefU of the S. R Smith Infirmary took place In the ??erman club's rooms here last nlf/ht. A hand eome ?um wa? netted for th- Institution, and th? Ka hern,,.- ?Aas ., ;ar?.-, and brilliant one. The man nJnhJ.'V'lI^V'': consisted of l?e Witt Stafford. ^:^inT?::?^r^j: ^??^r. J(,^ B. riu: liad TRUSTS AMXVAl HSBTIXO. 'II:- annual ?naatlaf of the stockholders of the Na lona] Lead Company war? held at No 1 Fx ChlV-lKe I'|.u.,. j,.rs,.v (.?y j,.?,,.,,]^. ?,?.,.,,??? The attend.,-,,.- re,,res-n,e,| :?,,:?,:-,?. shares of .?to, k Th.- following dlreetor?. were r.-ele.r?d I'r-sldeti? W. P. Thompson, of New-York: I., a. Col? of N-w-Vork: l*. \v. ?Rockwell, of Caleaaja; A." T. Uoshorn, of Cincinnati; I?. B. Shipman. ?f chi ??***??'> They are !,, . rv- until the third Thursday ft l'Ybriiat.v. UM. IT. ?lient Thompson said to a reporter In r. r-r. r., ?? to a dividend: "The pr? ferred stock <>f this company h.is iin,|ua1itie.i pref erence in dividend? us la hII things. The law of New-Jersey requires that preferre I dividends t? paid before any dividends be declared on rommon stock. Th.- directors have therefore In all case? In laM and ItTM had the entire dividend on preferred *-<?,-k In band b.-f,,r. they considered tbe pay? ment of any dividend <>ii common sto,-k. This rule appliea thi--- year, a? in the two ?preceding yeais. The annual report. ,,f the presiden! was accepted. It lian been published. It show.-,! a surplus of 8672.17?: 2* on 1 a ?Mjiber 31." It was state.,*tt4 ?*.? meeting that when tbe fur plus reached etmjJ "'?. a dlvblend would be de? clared. HOME NEWS. PROMINENT ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS. BRUNSWICK- Max Alvary, of Hamburg. CAM BRIDGE- H:.r.?ii Ketteier, acerata?**/ of th? ?tsanaar. Embassy ?t Washington; Mn-.e. Rom Sucher, "f Germany, and Melvlll? E. .?'tone, of Chicago. HOL? LAND -Hx-iini'iirnor David it Kr.ui.is. of Missouri, ?nd Tlmoth) Hopkins an?i irvinu M. BcotL ot Ban Pranclijco. METROPOLE State Senator? Clarence Lexow an?l Edmund O'Connor and A??einbljrman tfeorge R Malby. WESTMINSTER Bishop Deni? M. Bradley, of New-Hamp?blre. WALDORF Ex Senator J. Slo.-n PaaMtt, of Blmlra. WINDSOR Hamilton Harri?*, of Albany. WHAT IS GOING ON T?'?-DAY. Dog Show, Madison Square Garden. Working-man's School celebration, No. IS Weal Kifty-fourth-s't . M lo l'J a. m. Parad? of Brooklyn tin i i lib Battalion animal reception, armory, evening. House of Refuge entertainment, Randall'? Island, T.ir. p. m, The Rev. Dr. R, H Btorr?'? lecture, Association Hall. Brooklyn, ? p. m General Wallace'? lecture, church of th?- Holy Trinity, s :?. m. Boclety ??: th? ton? of th? Revolution banquet, Delraonico'?, ?venina, i'oi.mial Club dinner, clubhouse, evening. Bouthern Society'? annual dinner, sherry's, even? ing. Voaburg Veteran?, of ;ist '?raiment, parad? an?! reception, X?. Ut Thlrd-ave., I p. m. Hrooklyn Orphan Asylum reception, nrooklyn. Phoenix Republican Club bouMwanaing, No. ?n Must Blghty-slxth-st., ?. p. m. Dedication ??f industrial Alliance Chapel, No 171 Bleecker-st. Brooklyn Trai-tion Company ?'onferen?.?. Claren? doii Hotel Toung People'? Coafereace, First Reformed i Chur.h. American Newspaper Publishers' Association Con? vention, lloiei Brunswick. Wilson Zouave?, Sth Regiment, meetlag, No, 70 Basl l-'ourth-st . I j? m. Mrs. m. p. Krekel'? lecture, No. Ut Hast l-'if tecnth-st.. s p, m. Cincinnati Society, Metropolitan Club, fi p. m. Exhibition of books, Toung Men'.? Christian !? ?oeiatlon. Celebration by chlldreft, Bloomlagdal? Reformed ' Church, ? p. m Syracuse l*ni?*erslty Alumni tssociatlon dinner. Hotel Savoy, evening. T. I?. Sullivan Battalias parade. '> a m Charle? K. Cutter before Noon Prayer-Meeting ! No. un Pulton-st. NEW-YORK CITY The Tribune ha? received H from "Brooklyn" for ?"?liver Bond. Dedicatory exercise? ?rill be held on M?rch . ?I ; p, tn., at th.- Memorial B the Helping Hand Association, No. 4M to 111 West Fifty-fourth st. The Rev. Dr. W. H. P F? n alii ; th.? prayer of dedication will !?? delivered b) tr?? Rev. !>r. Edward B Coe, and a Iresses ?ill be made i?v the Rev. Dr?. D Parker Morgan, Edward Judson and Wilton Merle Smith, ?nd by Mi Margaret Bottome Miss Nenie Gen thon y, of London, ?ill be the entertainer at the "aacred concert" of Ih? Net? Manhattan Athletic CI ib, on Bund?) erei The Toung People'? Conference of the Reformed Episcopal churches of ib.s city ?nd ?s rlclnlt} will b- held to-day ?t 10 " a m an I .' p. m In the Flrat Church, Madl?on-ave., ?nd FIfty-fll Among the papers reel will be one on the Salvation Army, an?l another on the .'ity problem? ot Chrla tlanlty. The annual recefUlon of ihe Hebrew Sheltering I Guardian Boclety orphan Asylum la sel down f??r Sunday? from 11 g. m. t" 5 p m . at the asylum, j 1 Eleventh-ave, and On^hundred-and-tlftleth I Those arbo haven't been able to spare the time on ordinary day? foi s -;s?t to the Academy of 1 ?esl?en, where the exhibition of the American Water Color Society is no? 1i??ln_: held, may find | to-day an ex? client one-f.ir the purpose The ? clety ha? made arrangement? t" ?ccommodate , the usual holiday Increase <?f visitor? Th.- second regular meeting <?f tha Seawanhaks Corinthian Tachl Club for ihe year ISM ?srlll be held at the clubhouse, No. 7 East Thlrty-ascond-at., next Tuesday ?1 I'M p. m. Ex-Commissioner C. C. Wehrum delivered an ad dress yesterday momin? al Grammai Scb<wl N??. 1 IL in w.-st Forty-fourth-st., on th?- "Haul.- o*f Gettysburg." in connection with ?ither exercises ?pproprlat? to Washington'? Birthday. L'pon ih? platform with tb?- principal ??f the school, Martin ll. Ray, were H J. Wright, Colonel Ward ?nd Trustee Hanford Crawford. The exersl ??-? reflected ?re.lit upon ?cholar? and tea?di'-rs I Ike. Qrenvllle Temple Snelllng, ??f the department of architecture of Columbia College, ?ill ii?-!.\.-r a course ?>f ten lectures on the 'History of lecture," Illustrated with the stereoptlcon, on ?u? cesslve Thursday afternoons, ?I I o'clock, b.-itinriinir ? n.-xt week, at the Hotel Renal ?nee, We?l Forty third.st.. mai Fifth-avi. The proposition t?i close Ihe Produce Exchange to-morro? was lost b) a decided rote yeaterday, an i that rrark?t, us well as the other downtown market?, will i>? open to-morrow "A Reader" The .:him.-? of Trinity Church do n?.t ring oui on Washington's Birthday. w. I-'. Durfee gave an Illustrated lecture at Columbia College last n i _: h t on "The Hero of ?lex ?ndtia and th?- Art? and Mechanism of HI? Time." AI the Lenox Lyceum last night an entertain? ment and reception as? given by the Halloween Club?for the benefit of All Saint?' Church, One- ' bundred-and-twenty-nlnth-st. and Madison-ave. a pleaaant dinner, the seventh annual fine, was given last night by the Fordhafn Club, at I o'clock Many ??f the member? were present ?nd listened t?. he witty speeches. A successful ball was (.-hen at Lange'? Torkvllle casino. Bighty-Rlxth-at., near Second-ave., last night, by the Koben r. Lincoln r*.ub, which has its quartan at No. MS East Elghty-flfth-st. The annual meeting of ?lie New-York State Ches? ? Assn, lation will be held at the ?aaembly room?, United Charltlea Building, Twenty-second-st, and I Fourtb-ave., this afternoon, The committee has \ i adopte.I a new an.I Improved plan for champion- ] ! ship ami ?general tournament?, and it N expo ted | that th.- meeting win i..- of much interest. Albert K. Hen? h? i. secretary of ihe Greater \ j New-York Commission, has written a book on the | Greater ?New-Tort movement The hook win be j of Interest to all who hope for the goocSM of Ihe (Iroater New-York. ? THE CITY LISSA ST CSDER Ta UM AST RfLF. I'r.'si.lent Jeroloman. of the Hoard of Aldermen, Is in receipt <?f a report concerning the condition of the City Library, of which the following is ,i copy The city Library un?!?r Tammany rule has so degenerated as te mtn orne a travesty on tue name, it was found?-.I primarily, I presume, for the uae of city ofllciala, ?nd should therefore be ? refer? en?-., library only. It Ought to contain tin- city records (the earlier ones at least), now kept in the room adjoining, under custody of the city Clerk, In a most slipshod way (these record? are being defaced ?ad deatroyed, and should be printed at on. ?-, but. I conten.I. by a responsible rommtaelon ??f historical scholars and ?conveyancer?). The ?'ity Library shuul.l contain further tb? Corpora* tion Manual and various historie? of the city, laws of me various Stales, charl?is, nrdlnain es, and regulation? of every considerable city in th- united siati-s an.i Kurope. so far as printed; standard works of history ind science, and such refer.-n?e ?????Iks as wouiii mak- it a thoroughly ?quipped library of reference. There is great need for ?uch a library downtown; In fact i.?ne su? h ex? ists, and t.. round it would i..- glory enough f??r "lie administration. I mav ?add that the ?Ity librarian should be appointed by the Mayor, In? ?lead of by a subordinate, ?nd should be reapon? slide to him alon. Th.- communication is slpne.i by Charles Hurr Todd. of the New Vnrk Historical Society, ?mi author of th? "Story ?.f the city of New-Tort " V-, ?**? referred to the Commit lee of County Affairs. * (?ostumers. cur ?Traue J?tnrk guarantees l?otrort'ftijlf ? Perfect Jit Clearing Sale. Stylish Coats & Gapes Finest quality mn'crial, satin lined 8 12 "15 formerly $25 & $5(1 Dresses latest >tvle Material ?5: Trimmings 20 35 50 formerly $40 & SUYA. 39 & 41 West 23d St. ?Stores cica? ai one o'clock ? -lay. Shirts ri'ailyni.i?.?'?tli.-if.** the way to buy Vm il you ?"in : nnd most met? eau. "lint I'm not most men? How ?lo you kuon I We have .'i (rrent big stork of shirts ami a fjrtal big stock <?t cloth iu-jf. Both are nec?es*ary t ? ? eninuci pate you from tbe tailor and the ?hirt to-or<l?'r-m.il<i'r. Your mouey back if you waul it. KOGKRS, PEET ?c 00. THitrr. (t**rtaee. I'lf IA*"*W vV . Waircn. STKl.KS. ' IM c? AFFAIRS I\ BROOKLYN Tin: PRISONER PAINTS IN COURT HE ?!*? I - \ VKt.l. AND I- "?'?I* ?? Tilt" ?? IN ?> ? i :.:,!!'M Willlau Bom irreale?! IV? r foi ziuiic t:.-:. i- ? ' ?nan A 1.' ill the III ii,,,: i far tun ?? i ? arra;?;!.. I In th? Court ?? ? ? morning t'harl? h M,. ? ii i,, w., ? ? ourt, and sal?! i n H ? . $ -, I . ".?.. -', ?,!.!! i . !,..!. in, Bonn i ?,..??? rr- Til ?!:? I. ' i' I ? , ! w i Iv? 1 " ? ? i s i. ? ? ?? ? ? ? vai ? . ? ? ? ? J!. wa? aahed by Justice Tli ild hi did a gull? "Vou Ion'i ??? , Inquired lh? : ? ? ? "No." ?i.?v.. !?? i th? mill ? und phi -1, .,! v? r< k Bonn w,, ?:..??? fore l ? I for the Orsi ; lui A ??II T ' IF ?..' TO rilK ('III If II W. XV XVit i? ). r. entlj given th? i. Avenue Presbyterian Church, of arhtrh h? i nienile r. the in ol I:. Tl I gift w? made that i out ive th? i i I ! it? . l?r. I David ??r.i-K. knave ,,f It until >??-?? ii.iv Tl . money ?rill l- MI e\ I among Ih? ml I narj . i. ? i w. it o lh? iMir. h I" ??! -? v i ?? i ?? ,!? Mi Wlckl i, ,- . '? l*-*il I < 1*0? I' -' ? ' ' Hotel g| U< ,?.- H- ?B at th, I ? Veri tern of lh? r ii -:? kn .v him \> h< n lh, tin" Mr. Wich .?ni Ii. color? i ?achinan ?,? .ir.\ lng Ihi . i" peel r.iir. in .m i o i : turnout Mr \V;.-k- made id? moi, i h ?llvei mln : he ,? tit'-l ft,m a. tlvi Bg , II. ?. ,.'.? I ?? - II gl ml In.di. n, living In th? ''i''- . din? him ? Mr. Wirk? Is a llhril glv?r tr? rhsrltlei i ?,- >ften i., v - i n? R, . i ?; Th? ? t ?! ? i. , ',i\ . r i- pasi ,r emeritus of th? I... r ? -. ? - - Church. ? THEY 'MIST SOT BTANO ON THK TRA? Kit Patrick ? ' impbell, Hup rlnl? nd? nl , : Pol.: Brookl) i.. Issued th ! illos |na te.iersl , ? lei to the poll, ? y? sterd , v. after quoting Ihe ell oi bearim I ubjeel The obstru<*tl.f trolle) i u bj carts oi nthei vehldes remaining upon ihe tracks after being ?earned to leav? n ,,ii Infrli ,- m? ni ??! th? .i Hi s m ? .ind i ,, misdemeanor, it being an ob iru lion '?? publl travel Vou win there?/ ?re no!If) all Ihe m? mbers ? I command ?l, ,t such oBeat <? mus? be n?>tl, e?l b) In? m .i:. ! pi ompl ,i 11 ? ty person? Bj oi I? t of In* ? 'ommlBi loner. SHU WANTS J'.'M IN 0AMA0R8 Mrs Hoop,, i Inety years old. living In XVt l Brooklyn, ii- plaintiff In ? ?uli lhal '.,!!>? ip ?? tei day in Ihe I'lrcull four! again?! Kdw?nl Morse. ., boy, a*ho own? ? big II Bernard ?log, Mrs. Hooper, Ihe h ,;. s i I lh? dog vv. re .,11 presen) ; i court. She alleged thai young Moi ?' ras uglj and knocked her down end 1'H hei She ? ini |?,<sa) damages, Morse bits his 81 Bernard engage?! In s friend!) froll, ?rlth Mrs. Ho? p*i nd romped around Mr-' Hooper so enthrslastirall) thai s1..- vv ,i - knocke i don n, BAI.I. AT THK i Ml ItEOIMRNT ARMORY, The fonrte. nth annual ball of the rVon-Commls sloned ?Officers' Association of the 13th Regimen! took |,l lee ins! nlghl at the armory. Sunnier and Putnam aves, it was Hi?1 Ural special entertainment ev.-r given in the new nrnmry. The muatc met furniahed by Lander's orcheatrA. Ai?>ut lASM p??op.? were present, In.-lndlnn Colonel Austen and staff und Brigadier-General Mri.e.-r. QATHKRKD ABOUT TIIK TOWN. Judia ??iiyti'ir ii...?:.!.-.i yesterday thai Mesera. Raffen, 'lien, han!. ??mlth and Kmik.'ti were Ihe lOS-all** <|,iallfl< d detWgateS from the Fifteenth Ward to the Republleaa Couaty Oommittee, They ?ire friends ??! Mr. Worth. Mrs. Julia Ward Hoar? o**toned the Autbara' Course befera ih? Brooklyn Instituts In Associa ti?,n Mali m, Wednesday ?-v.'niiig. ?rlth an addresa on ''PatrtsMlam in .\m<?n?-an Literature." There was u larg? .??iidletie?.. and the Stag? was l.ai.k.d with ferns und ported planta. Her lecture was Well rerelve.l \ ?all has ?been seal ottl for a mreetlng to .?is, ?hs tbe prop-ssej sbor? driveway. It w;ii i?.- held on Mm,day, March ll. at the Mayor's oltl.e. after tWO weeks' notice in three lor-ni papera Object******- ara tihf/it,-.| to bg preoenl at thai tine a i^-.tiliar -nit before Judge Clemen! m the city Court yesterday provoked the .In.Ik- to say that he should writ.. Mayor Schieren h letter, pointing to the alleged fact that nearly M.OOO baa been paid ? nit of tl?.- rlty treiisury In ?liri-''t opposition to the ,|e, Islon of he CoUrt of Aj,|m|,I- Th? suit Is ?me in vv ni. h Samu.l F. CtoeJ?oj i- prosecuted by th,. ?State, ,,n i asked w, mike acoounting .?r .-., lain ?ratita collected fiutn the house No. in; f*roapect-at., and whl, h. .1 Is sllr?e,l, rrere paid to Jmiil-s M. Johnaun without ?arrant. Ui?cr?.!^ei Sneccssom to A. T. STEWART A CO. Urondwnj, 1th Ave?, Olh and Kith sis. OUR STORE IS CLOSED TO-DAY. A Few Hints for Saturday. Ladies' Shoes : I RTTL.Bg BUTTON ROOTS I! 0NE8TLT } !-}?l MADE SOLD ELSEWHERE AT ??ISO. ) Il I AN ASSORTMENT "!' SUPERB BOOTS ) ? 1 NOT ALL ?SIZES, Bt T 13.30 AND 13.00 > GRADES. ) Ladies'Gloves Sntur.lny I I HiTT.'N Kl!>? LARGE PEARL BUT? I?P fits, TONS TANS BROWNS, WHITES. /*-"|?j ] m.vk.s ?ND PEARL ? Hi:AI' AT 11.33 ) ?w%? S.nrTTON MOt'MQCETAIRK PARIS) MADE SL'EDES SLATES, BLACKS / TANS, MODES CVERE |I.B0. ) Corsets MANI'PAlTl'RERS' SAMPLES "1 P ) r IND P. I? CORSETS, 13 00, $) ??> ? AND *?'?'" GRADES. NOT ?LL SIZES.. ) BEAR TACTICS IX COTTOX. METHODS ADOPTED ON BOTH SIDES OF THE AT? LAN II? I" K ill I' i'" A N V \l, I B3 ? , rd-| ?! Bi i'i-h ?pinners, who are threatening lo overlurn Lord Rosebery'? Oovern? and i.ttk.it?-.- about reducing wag?? uni??? Ih? Indian cotton dull? are taken off, bought 12.000 ... ati i la) In Liverpool While | the Boll?n mill ownen ?ere putting oui Ihelr i walls, th?.: fellow-operalor? on Ihe bear side In ? lousl) ein ulallng pr?' llctloni , , hi .i-1 m reas? In th? ? rop movement, and ?>. \. i ?, m i. t'oit ?n ?i?-' hange - ? ??..-. m .m effort to ?mash the prl ?? ?till lower, where these destroyer? of values could reap a rich harvest ai i alher shek? el sow :, ? iblned . f.,r- of thi were only I, : ? ?!.. mythli ??I cotton .,. an i Ihe bear? were able , . ? ?? ? ? . on w ? ': ? ..??? There I? mu h purloslty fell on ... '. ...-i; r.? , ntlty of Ih. been I ? heavily ?t pi ; . ? ' ? .-n .i i un llcate .... on? of ? . - 1 >:.:?? was no it"" ! e\| lenre that il ?i? m be heavily Increased on . m, >.r that the condition of aa Ihe Brit? ? : In fact, ? ?? . .? the met ho la In , . this ????? k ?. . ? thai " ? m.'- ?eel i ?i ek .. i ? ..?.'. bsle rop itlon Is thus re ... ]?? . ... . ,, ? ,- this season ? Ivelj that at pn V m. i h e place of I nd la cot Um th. fa? r thai th.- India i rop on? Ri ?? ; 's ai Bombay .... j- ;.,.. aaaln I 129.0)) Thi? I? ? demon . . . ?? - ? it the pi lu ?.lion makes the price of all is grown In Hie world; unlike wheat, where . prl ?- ?.' the American crop is determined i -. ,:,, *h?-a< grown In India or ihe Argentine l?> public." BAILEOAP l> TEBESTS. SEW LAWS FOR TRAINS AT SOt'TH ORANGE. Th? Board of Trustee? of South ??rani,-- N J., have passed an ordinance win. h will fore the Delaware, Lnckawanna ?nd Western Railroad Compani lo make s,,m.- changes In It? ro* I ?I ti,.- South Orange station, This ordinance pr.> x i i. - that n?. l.motive oi c?i operated upon i ?? m rallwa) r-iiaii be allowed t.> ?top or ?land In an) publl? street within ihe limits ..f the town, , -. .-?,t m ? a ?- . '. i . lent, an ' thai no cai opei aid upon -< steam railway ?hall cros? an) public street within Ihe town limit The -titi.-n ??f ihe railroad ?i -?outh Orange is iiii.lit r.i South drang? ?\.'. the principal thor? ?.f the \ litase It has been the custom ? ' lop the nain? serosa the streets, ?o thai travel i blocke?! unn.?sarlly every lime s 11 _ r ; ? talion It'ha* also been the ? u torn ? i .?i Into ih-' South ? ?r.in?-.- yard on ? living -with. Ihe car being ? ul loo.tween ,\i..iii,i.i'ii Station ..n.I South Orange and .lug Ihe avenue ..t a high i ate of r.: Ii i .i erte i b) the '..?.? n p. ople that travel on the public hlghwai I delay, i b) Ih? stopping ??f the [rains at thi South ? ?range si itlon ? ?tli ? the rallrond have ?enl a communication t.i the town trust?es asking lime Ii. fore putting th oi I ?? i ' effect, a? ih.npany contemi some . h mge al th. talion ALLEGED \ loLATIONS OF THE LAW. The Commit!.n Trade oi the IToduce Ei change ha? senl ? communication to i ir.- Intel I it? Commerce Commission In regard to the alleged vlolatiop of Hi- h i. r -tat.- Commerce law b) cer? tain i illroa i ni. ail. k- l Hi.?i th.- railroad In conjunction with ?team nip companies, bill freight through from the Weal lo Europe foi a lower rale than thi r? ?.-ulr?i rales from the West to thi? ?ni it is a discrimination agalnal New York. and I.? an Injurious effect upon the commerce ?>t thi? port ? ? LOCAL BPEIXEEt VOBPLtt'ATtOSS Deput) Sheriff Llpsk) ha? received an ?ttachmenl for L'..""" against i?i.- Tu. kali.i.' Lumber and Coal Company, of Tuckahoe, N. Y , which waa obtained b) Blumenatiel a uiis.-h f..r the Tradesmen's Na? tional Hank in a suit brought agalnat th?? company an i the tiiin of John W. Toung <v Sons, lumber ?l.-ileis, .?f White Plains, who have mil.' a-i a - stgnment. The attachment was obtained on the i r ind i'ii! the company la ? Nen Jene) corpora* lion, and th? claim I? on a not? made by th>- tlrm to th? ?Tier of th- company, and delivered to the bank The deputy-aherlff serv.-d the attachment on Ihe Franklin National H ink, where the company vas SUppoaed to have an account, lull ll I? said ih.u no money waa found th.-r.? to the ?relit of the company The Tuckahoe ?Lumber and Coal Coat* p.inv is a branch of John w. Toung * ?Son?, and was Incorporated In November, VES, with it capital ..; ?JgO.OOU Depul) Bherill McOlnnhi has placad s keeper In th- ofllce ..f ih?- Indicator PubHahlng Company, at No, SI Broad-aL, on several ?aacattona Judgment?? were obtained ?gainai ta.mpany yesterday )?y Ella iv Josaelyn, ROOT. Ruth M Avery, 1477; Twen? ty-third Ward Hank. 117'.. Th.- ...mpany was Ineor P??r.it.-?l In December, ISM. with a capital ?lock of 1100,000, N. w Joaaelyn being the pre?Meat sad publiaher .?f "Th.- Indicator." Judge Andrew?, <?i Um Baprem? Court, has grant ??I an ?.r.l.-r cxI.n.lInK tl??- r.-celv.-rship >?f Loula ?'??lien f,,r |! Aitman i Urotli.-r, fur iiiHiiufa-'tur arm, who failed in September, IMS, to cover Um ? ??aim <?r W, ii Fleet for M.00S Among it??- paper? III?-1 in Hi.- case was a Mtiil.-m.-ut thai seventeen of the creditors, who?? claim? aggregated gST.-tTS, have been,paid and that there ara ten creditor? whose claim? amount to 122,031 still remaining unpaid Myron ll. ? ? .p\ nh<dm, th? lawyer who went to ?oeton i. .iir.-n.i th.- meeting of creditors <>f the Plymouth Roch Panu Company, to represent Phil? ip? ?v Kunhardl an?i other New-Tork creditors, r turned yesterday. The iiahllities. be saya amount to l:'i:.?.n. as foUows: For merchandise, |M,4-2; noli ? payable and borrowed money, BULIIS; printing hui advertMna. 111,912; employe?, UBS; real "f ?tores, U.M. Th.- assets mr? ??tlmated at |ir>n.n.m. A commlll.-o of three, consisting of F. Stunhope 2.35 98 O.S. 1.95 Wash Goods. Tin: LATEST ARRIVAI* ?'TOILE DC?Tawravarrow. NORD" IN BBALTiri'L PLAID COM- I IQ lets BINATION8 Jt'gT THE, THIN waists VERT CHEAP AT SO ANOTHER NOVELTY "L'BMPREM LINON" -H IN. BEAUTIFULLY I'lMNT i;n simvvx r,dt Tin: PIR8T TIME ON .-vn it i ??Y-is ?TH. w?' I.I? BE CHEAP J 15" Fine Dress Goods. ?o PISCES OENUTNE PRENC*H BILE "] AM, WOOL ?PLAIDS IN S<\\K?'K CLAN I TARTANS THB1 ARB 81 00 OOODS [ CORRECT rOR WAISTS.J 69" Furs. NECK KARTS, IN BROOK MINK. 1 ?TONE MARTEN ANI> PERSIAN LAMB CLOS! NO OUT WINTER STOCK THESE -Witts (VER? .-?>!.l> PROM $:i ??> TO *~, ??? BOMB ARE NOT PULL LENGTH . * 1.25 Mills BLECTRIC BEAL WERE ?J8.50 1 g. ,to REOl'LAB.*.. I.'' i'h?ips. of N'-A-Votk. .ml Messrs Miner and Wen? dell, of H iston. aras appointed to rn.ik<- ?i thorough Investigation ,f th.mpany'a affair*, and an >?>? pert accountant of this cltj has been employed to ko to ?Boston and ? ?ana ne the t.ouris an I a 'counts. M A RINE 1S TE L L Id E S CE MINIATURE ALMANAC ?ThuirlM 'in-; in -??? B 11 m n ris?? a m ?'? 00 M - a*? ap? Et HIOM WATER TO DAT. M Sai 11 H M S.,nd> Ho .; :i? i Isl?n 1 [.land ;s H?!l Ost? - Si ".' 11*11 ,;,t? t' "J ?SCUM1SO STEAMER! i/-? r ?rla N <1 Ltoyd N '1 I.: :??'. TO-Ii.W. V?M?t. t*r*rp ? lyimtro .Olbraltai, .'...-. ?S.... M irth? . . ? 21 ... \'?ckar . Naples, I"?!' 6 . .?? T I ? ? ! ? . l'i . . . . i .. .?;... i.l'AV. PEBBUARY 13. I - v - ? . ! 1 ?!? !?', .Pr*neh Tran? Mart, '. ? ' ! ! ! If VI.V 2\ i lvii.ii.i . !l mburg Pel I].H?mh-Am?r .',iltfnrrla. ?; FVb 10.An. h >r Maraal? ... Hamburg Fab 1.!*n!..n | A?i?rl, ,? .I, ? I in, P l. 12.Nal Ma.?? : ii. Peb IT.<*"luint'lan OUTGOING SILA UERS fATURDAY, FEBRUARY S3 v????i F - i 'n? , Mai ? : - V?Bse| tall? .in ;v> i m 1 ? 11 .- H ?-, , m - i -,-.| ?.. -? ; ; ... ., . !? :t'i ., ?n 11'.>n, m \ . ? . ? . IO::i?a m 13 .-,,-?.. Havana S Y * Cuba.... 10 80 ? m 12 lai m l., Il tri s; ??, Ha?r* Prend ... I" t'1 i m 2 ?I ; m ? ? n -, ? . .. Il '"' i m 1 "" ;? :-. I i".. , ,. v . 2 ?? ?i ei :i "?' f m K w :.'??? n 11 tlei . S O Lloyd.... 2 U0 p m i ?? M .- . t - . 2:is)p m %|?ala Martelll??, Pabr? . 3:??)pm :. r A Holt . 2-no p m ? I. ,i ! .,i National . -."?? P m Il uni. Am*l . '?' "?" ! !'! M '? ? n ?! Pbi . H ' .12 00 :n - ?" f ? i 1 "" p ni II :?? \ 1 . ? -. I. n ; ? .. i' ? , H-d H.12 "" m Galll*?, Il ill Wilson . 2mopm Ali ill,. Neu ,-?. v-. ? i . 1 '" , ? l i BSDAV, PEBRt'ARY ?-'?i U KPNKSIiAY, PEBRP IHV r in? s..I'll i,mi. ,i Amer ,?, ind. A itw >rp r. ! Stai ? .* . Seguran?', Havana, N V t ? ." i m II w.m ? 1*0 ? m p m .1 ??> p m sil II'LIS G SEWS PORT OP m:u Vork Till it- 'VV. PEB SI, 1880 A It It i V El ? :,:.,;... ||?||i ? -, Bremi n Pebru iry rj, s ?.?? o, ; ? ,, i.i altl ,., I?? .,? il '-.. ? -' .....,.??. i a ?J drrlv ? 1 ?l IS i" i m Steamer Mind il>?n?, Th m?*n, ?' pcnhagen P*brusrjr ? cabin an.l l ."'>-??? . ! . .-.. ... ; ,. . >>.. ,| Ii .., ?, -? ' ?? i r I 7 ?, brail 10. II,.rts 14. ?Hh i SO ? In and T2 ?te, ras? i '-?-,' '? '? ?? ?'? ' ?rrtved ,ii the liai i' i a n Bi? im r Mux., I Mat! ! ro Jan i ir> 27, Bt i. : , I 12. s ft Jevona ?I , i? ?! .,' th* Uai o .'? ... ,. m Steam? Advance, I i :,-. 14 ?rlth m?l?B ? o I ?? i aaa? nge? - i l Herr?n A t-*o. Al " ?? llar ai in IS .. m S'..,itii. ? Joaepb L. ? . i. . ,-v i. ? ni.,!i -, t,*,. with m di ? W im J ton ? v. ? ? ? i it ih, liai al -' . !? s,....?i. i V'ltterl i il'.i ? I '..ii inu i.v St, iMt m, .".. I, . ? i 18, with m Im i ' W l? Mu:,- n Arrived ii th, Bai al 0 p m i illri . . ? ? I and (*.r?nada Peb 12 s ' ' , ? ?1 Chrlsi r, .lim. d .,, ih? Ii.,, al 3 1.1 ? Kanxas t'liy, Plsl i s.? si nah ? Un m !?.?-.. iiK.i - to It L W . It ..1,1 *? . I!. .1/ \V . -I Plllnt, ? l!tl n. I ? P? :<?!?!?' ,'d I '???nuil ,1 : .- 1*0 Ht. ami r tl i' i ?Inv rk. ful ? Ion ? ni, n ? ? : - lu il P I ?1m ? k i, am.it? : paaaagel Ship William II Sni?ji Hi ?,.,,. vu. > , ? U and ii -t K n? Now mi. |0, with in.i-.- i. Von Pustau a c. ?,.?.,.?! ? i vv Klwell A i Hark l<* ntii.i Uauel, uf Ulbraltar, "imbi ??no, Bmyrna, KB days, "o!, || ?'??. ? i and ?merj it on* to M.-.V:, ilr.ov. ,v 1:1. . , . , ? I ,? .1 , Kl ,,,;..| liar? I'letrlnn iltal?, Uatarass??, Smyrna n*> ,l.ii*. ?rlth .i ? , i i v.. ii : iva ,v il. ?; i,.^.,.| ,., Master. Bark Ituteshlr? ??! si John. N H?, Wyman, Cork 66 ,i iya Ib i all ,-? lo -I II \. In, heater a t*o. Sandy Hook, Peb 2\ !?:;'?> p m fAlnd meet, raoderaU brees*; 11? ,n t'LEARED. si'iiinT H M \v lutti*-\. Hallett, Bottom It I" Dll***sck Steamer i',?rkt?,wn, I?,.le. Norfolk ?nd Newport News Old l.,.,i,lnl ? Ss ?'o Siramer t'llj of A,mu*?,,. Daggett, Savannah It I. Walker. Steamer I'hemk?*?, Beats?, Charleston und Jacksonville? William I' ,|%,|,- .t Co Steamer Scandla (Oert, It'ine,- Hamburg American I.in*. Steamer Aim? ,Hr. Beider?, Kingston, s.ivanilia and l',?! I.im.i, I'lni. Korw.od A Kellnrk. StMltiei I? il?! iN?n. Mers. H.irb.id,.'? and Penier-ira? I. w * r Armstrong, Bieamar ProlnBular iPort), Botfreeurt, LI****oa eta Aaom <? a m ?m. k .v, , ?? Si?,?m?r i:i HI,. Quick, New-??,d-an? .1 T Van Blckl?, Steamer ??ivian, (Dutch), Pouaen. Rotterdam, via Boul?sn? Punch, ?Edye a Co, S?. .iiii.-r i*!ly ,'f Sun Ani.nl... Ileniiett. Portland Ho ratio HhII st?.iin?r iiriniaiit tO?r>, Keii r. i?,,vr f?r orden <*.ii?t Hey? Btoamer Ble c.r.m i?. Baratow, FVmandlna ?' H M..1 |,,r? ft ?'.v Murk Athena iiii?. it i,.,t?. p..ri of Spain J P Archer A ?.'... fasto? H?MM "pee I'.lru.irv S3 fr,,,n t? t>, 1?! a m fur lh? ?nlran.e und il'iiian,.- ol ves?.-N only. ?AILED. Btaamer? Kbbbm Cltjr, ?Tor Savannah; Moorish ?Prine? iltri. Pemambuco, Bio Janerlo, *tc; Ucean (?Dutch), l>..v, ; Ard.iin.li.T ill, i. Mati.niaa, Cardenaa, etc; Philadelphia, l.u Ouayra, Pm-to Cabello ?and ?',i,,i.a,. i:i Bio. N?a Orlaan?; v?rkt,?.,. Norfolk and Newport N?\?? Nulii !?: TO MARINERS, .?id Plantation Plat? Us?t-Station. Notice is given ihn, on Pebruar) is |nw, th? light hou**, m t.-n '..-t ,,r water, un lh? upper end uf Old I'l.m inii ,, Plata, B. sld? ,,f t*h*aapeak? llay, was canted up ri,e llghl and tog signals have lh?r?for? bee. dl , ? ni. Thl? Botica slTeets Ih? "Li?4 of Llshtl and Pog glanai? Atlantic and ?luir Cuaats, Iran." page NO No ?u snd the ? l.i.t of Hearons snd Buoya, Fifth l.ij-in llouac 1>ih til.t, intB," pas-? IS .ml :.:? By onl.'l- of Hi- Light'HuUM II, nl: JOHN ?I WAl.KKIt ... , it. ii-Admiral. I', s. Navy, Chairman. ??Vaahlngton, I? C, c.-i, **a, |ggg THE MOVEMENTS OP BTEAMERS. PORRION PORTS , ' ' o"" Emt oi.,,. B-M*arr?kaatM ifroa- Branisn). aallag fini Southampton Kel.rin.rv SI, f,,r New Vnrk St.-.nil..,- Mit?N.iehii!?eii? illn, u.??.'?iu?'l. ?ull??l from I^?n don f,,r N?w-Vuik l:>biuai> 81. Boys' Clothes. 00 ?SOB. BBST QUALITT PF.nrAI.F-. ?ittardap SHIRT WAISTS-STAR IIHAXH -!>.*> CT? lOftcti. is what TOO r.'.v ?JOB thk SAKE waist . SAILOR sriTS-HK.sT QUALITT, km; I.i.-ii BRROB- '?'">?) M THE It'iorLAR PRICE . 68 l'V Umbrellas. BEST QUALITT, t'NION SOX. ?CUM! ROLL FINEST NATURAL HARDLRS.? II IH S.> I*? FOR THE I-.T5 GRADE. 13.23 GRADE. AN AM. SII.K CLOSE ROIX trKRRRL? LA NATURAL HANDLE! fill IS VERT CHEAP FOR IT . $f) 93 1*2. Canes. .vo IN* cosan. A?~A<'IA. WEICHSEL. >gfcpi tm?m. KDBOUtTTB, ?ETC.- HOME WERE ll.on *? "1% ri* .vM' 11.80 . 25 PILVER TRIHHED CONOO. SWEEP) CANES CHEAP AT 11.2.*. -ROT MANY } ygct?. Rfgtitntit PnAajmottx Linen Grenadines In tin* natural linen shade are among the particularly desirable novelties tor Miiuincr ?rush dresses. A notably baodsome design shows lace insertions in the fashionable mocha and otli??r tints; equally beautiful are those with colored ribbon-like stripes In feeaw?tfi green, pink, red, navy, light blue? stylish dotted patterns are shown with spots of black, brown, and white. The plain goods to make up in combination with these are shown in several qualities. Complete lines of all the most desir? able wash fabrics for summer gowns. James iWcCutcheon & Co., THE LINEN STORE, 14 West 23d St. SPECIAL NENTIONs \<l\ ?Til ?cm rut a ? il m 111 ill Into these rol? limns n n- r?-?-niu iii??iul?-?l In Ih.- rrmlrr? o( Till: I 111 III Ml n? lli..r..ii_lil> relUMe, nng IiiimIiii???? ?-.in In- iluiii- I.? mi.II ?? 11 Ii ihr ud irrllni-r?. ?tltli prrOct niif.-i?. JHEf|RR.IS *v '.}*T ~ " ?an?' g*. ??M._ft_tAGON ASK YOUR DEALER FOR 4 SPENCER OPTICAL CO ij i*a ru.?,???. ?k* ?oss Florida TOW?? Jacksonville IIOTSL St. James Photograph? may he ?ten at Th? Outlook. I] Amor I'lace. N.Y. Ilouklet ?ndrate? ?I J. R. Camtbhul, Proprietor. The Largest Assortmeit _OF WRITIN? PAPER, ENVELOPES, ACCOUNT AND MEMORANDUM BOOKS I\ TIIK ? ITY. I Dill Un? of I rsnr'a 11111 Hunt'? tin- Hrllln? I'spsr ami Infelope? I? niatrh. ? M? K? ii -0111.1: OliOK. J. LEACH, Ml M?-SAl ST., Y L Crouch & Fitzgerald Reliable Trunks and Bags. 1?1 ltrori.l-.TB???. TOI lilh-Htc. ??s?. llri.iul'TUT, V T. SUNOAY TRIBUNE 24 to 28 PACES Unequalled f.r real!? brilliant variety an I vu?. city of contents. SU? . ;.-.i". -!r?-r.r!i--,l an.l ? ur?. 5 Cents a Copy* Tli? circulation In* greatly Increased an! It t* a better advertising ?**?? trim than ever. St.iim.r run,- illn. Smith. fr??m New-York February-, arrived al Llv?n.1 h'.-tuuarv 81. Steamer Paula ??.en. Kuhlin.inn, sail.-! trot? Hull ??** New-York ?V in n u\ -.ii Rteamar |-,ii,|., u;,.ri. Ruler, from Ne?-York February li? tor Hamburc, pur-.?.-,! ih? Llurd February ?I _ _?, H..-iiii.r XYerkendam (I'ut. In. Hakk.-r from New ?!<??*_ February 0 f..r Boulogn? 1.11.I K.?tter.!?m. p?J?"l ????* *e,Ur Islands February 21, Si.imer !.. <'ampin.- ?Diil.-lil. Mark?.'hUe??.?r. tttto *?*** .??rk Fehtuury 4 for Hover, passed Prawl? roll? r ?t> ruary J|. -t??m?r Etjrsla ilir). MrKay. from lto?.t?**rr?????? ?ai"* tot N??? Vork, i..u<?.-.| illl.rallar Febiuary '.'! Si-im.r Kronplins l-rl.ilrl.-h Wilhelm u?er?. Ahrens. fr. ni Saw-York F. binan ?, arrlv.-d at tllhr_Itrir 1 ebrusry II. an.l |.ro.e,.,|,.,| for Naples. st.-aiu.-r Warn (?Oar), I'.-hie. for New-York, ma A.?"*?" ?nd Olbraltar, sallad from Uen..a Kelnuary It St.?mii.-r Kl...,- In,hi? inn. S.-.itt. fr-.m New Y??rk Atnit ?"> 23, M.i Si Michael? fur Aden and IHmbay. p???*? Malta V. -!.i n u -. '.'I Si.-um.-r VlrKinri I'. Iran? <l!r), ?ailed from Me??lna I?*? \e? Y.ik Februar) l? ? Su-.un. r Ko-ist Hlsiiiai.l, nier). Alber?, from New ?or?, ?rrtVCil at Al? van.h la February 21 Steamer l'utinl.k ii?.-ri. Mat.? 11. ?alle.l from Santo? f* Km \..ik ?Vbruary 14. St-am.-r IMl,ir,|.-n .nn, ??illed fr?.m Sant.is f??r New York Februar?, |0. St...im.-r fiiirm ?i;.?rl. Millier, from New-York T>*camixr :il mi ItaltiM ,i... arrived ut It!? Janeiro February 1" Steamer Listonen? iBr?. Corma, tttto N>?w-Y?.rk I???* man I, arrlVSd al l'ara Fehruarv 21 s- .un.! l'Iaxinan illn. Hove, from Santos, salUd fro? St Lue!? for New-York February U Announcement?. "Chacaqua." B. & ?v A nel?. oollar. "Cha?**qua.* Phillip?' Dlg:e?tlble Cocoa Makes a very delicious and nuMr|llhl'1? ?Ir'nk. It I? Ptt" ttcularly adapted fur persons or weak dl???tlon. ^