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How every Tehicle lo carry passengers that chooses
to do so on any street car track and as many opposition
. lines of oars as ask lor a charter. This aud only
this will ever do. If you pass a law no scat no fare,
and lot the companies run as many cars as they
choose, by clubbing together lor a week they could
frcese out the people so that they would beg tor tho old
system. All they would have to do is to run ns few
cars as possible lor one week and the people would
nowi ior me oin ka ^voiu tno name jib uiey oowi ior a
new one now. Opposition is tho only thing to give us
M?U. sod plenty ol It nt that. J. T
Bkooalym, >'eb. 21, Ibid.
PIGEON SHOOTING.
i
n. T. J. THOMAS WINS TIXM LONG ISLAND
CH'B Cl'P.
The members or the Long Island Shooting Club celebrated
Washington's Birthday in their usual pleasant
ay. They assembled in force at their grounds, near |
Jamaica, and Indulged in plaeou shooting the better
part of the alleruoou. By resolution at a meeting held I
a lie days sluce the day was set apart lor the monthly
cup oompetltlou, and the anuounceniont brought out a
large representation. The conditions of this event are
seven birds each, 25 yards rise, 1 or. shot, 11 and T
traps, and club rules to govern, the holder ol' the prizo
being sol back two yards. Nineteen entered the list,
these being Messrs "Atkins," Thomas, Baxter, "Levi,"
Hartshorn. Wynn, Waiters, Wisu?r, Chapel!, Austin,
Ireland, itildortdoeve. Cburmon, Valentine, Kobinson.
ilentiuing, Waters, "Judge" and the "Captain." <>r
these Mr. Kobiuson stood eta? yards, he being the previous
winner. The cup, alter shooting off a tie with Mr.
Uildersleeve, was won by Mr. T. J. Thomas, a gentleman,
who, though considerably past the meridian or lllo,
till 'loves'ull outdoor sports, and is an earnest and enthusiastic
advocate ol such recreation. His victory,
under tho circumstances, in vory creditable, all the
more so as he used but 1 or. ?shot instead of l.V? ojl, as
allowed under tho rules.
' u'eneCUIIy the shooting was not up to the usual marie
made by the members at the cup contests. Why this
Should be is ditlicult to say, though perhaps the superior
lot of birds Dexter lurulshed may In some wise account
for It, as there was not a poor pigeon in the number
trapped.
Several sweepstakes followed the cup shoot, and
many of the members remained on the grounds until
nightfall.
IFWUKT,
Grounds of Tits Loxo Island Shootiso CLm, Near
Jamaica, l. i? Kkb. 22, 1878.?The Cup Day, 7 birds
each, 26 yards rise (previous winner 27 yards), 1
oz. shot, H and T traps and club rules to govern.
Kilted. Misted.
Thomas?1 10 111 1?1 0 1 8 2
Uildersleeve?1 1110 1 1?0 0 0 0
Walters?1 0 1111 0 5 2
Baxter?0 1 o 1 1 1 0 : 4 3
Hartshorn?1.1 01001 4 3
Winner?1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2. 6
' Atkins"?0 1110 1 0 ? 3
Chariton?1 110 10. 4 2
"Captain"?0 01110 3 3
Austin?0 1 1 1 0 3 2
"Judge"?1 0 0 0 0 1 4
Wynn?1 0 0 1 0 2 3!
Ireland?0 0 1 0 1 3
dispell?0 1 0 0 1 3 j
Robinson?0 1 0 1 2 i
"Levi"?0 0 0 0 3 i
Hemming?0 0 0 0 3
Waters?0 0 0 (J 3
Valentine?0 0 0 2
Kelerec?Mr. Darks.
SHOOTING AT GLEN DliAKE 11ANGE.
Owing to the inauspicious character of tho weather
yesterday the programme prepared by tho American
Rifle Association lor Ulen Drake Range was considerably
marred. The numerous spectators who on holidays
especially have heretofore proved an inseparable
adjunct to shooting matches on this admirably ap
pointed range, were not present yesterday, most of [
them, doubtless, prelerrlug the comfortso( the tireside j
* o the penetrating blasts which during tbo |
lorenoon swept over the lower portion of j
Westchester county at a velocity of about thirty miles per
hour. It noed hardly be stated that under these j
circumstances tho competing marksmen were not a
little disconcerted, and that the shooting was lar below
the average mado by many of the contestants on
lormer occasions in fair weather. In the early part of
the day some six or eight members of the Seventh
regiment, N.U.S.N.Y., made their appearance on llio
k range, and proposed that the olllcers of the association
should, for a pecuniary consideration, permit
them to practise at one ul the targets, as they did not
wish to enter into auy of tho comnctitivo sports of the 1
lay. Their desire to bo furnished with an exclusivo j
target was uuhesitatingly gratitled, but their oiler of
compensation for the privilege ol using tho name as
promptly declined. Mu-r a couple ot hours' shooting
U^e members the Scveuth left for New York.
First on the programme was a "subscription match,''
Itstanfb 300 yards, auy ritle; trigger pull, three pounds;
position, oil' hand; live scoring shots: entrance lee, (1.
One-half ol entranco money to ho lor the bciieilt of tho
association; balance divided between the three highest
scorers. Kntncs not limited. In this match the number
of contestants amounted to sixty. The next wus ait
"all comers match," the conditions being similar to
the toregolug, excepting that there were seven scoring
hots. The prizes consisted of two badges valued respectively
at $25 and $15, and another prize valued
it $3. There were nineteen entries tor this
mutcli. Tho third and last was n "military
match," the distance being the same as in the pre
ceding two; military ritlesonly, Slate pattern; trigger
pull not less than six pounds; position, oil baud:
even scoring shots: open to any Ovna Jidr. member ol
ihe National tiuard, win# must wear'uniform when
ihooling. Kntrance fee to members, $X; to others,
$1 60. The prizes in ibis match were similar in chartcter
and value to tho?o ollerod in the "all comers
watch." There were ten competitors in the "military
match." The lollowing aro the principal scores
made
l BLBSCRII'TIOX MATCH.
' Total. J
F. Backofen 4 4 4 4 4?20 [
??. Darker u t a a ??rv
ALL CIlMKKa MATCH.
M. H. Madden 2 3 3 3 4 3 4?22
J. UcOU-Ubcy 3 2 3 4 3 3 4?22
' J. A. Geo 4 4 3 3 2 4 2?22
F Backofon 6 3 2 8 4 3 2-22
VV. S. Be vau 4 0 5 4 5 0 4?22
F. W. Dm WiU 0 4 4 4 4 4 0?20
T. Duke 2 3 4 4 0 4 2? IV
I T. M Henderson 0 3 0 5 4 4 3?19
K. Kdgue 2 2 2 3 3 3 3?IS
F. B. Yates 4 2 3 3 0 3 3?IS
r. Hyde 0 3 2 4 3 4 2-18 !
MH.I1AUY MATCU.
W. 8. Bevan 444443 4-27 '
W. a Beddy 3 2 4 4 4 5 0-22 j
K. Barker 0 0 2 5 4 4 4?19 !
A W. Feck 4 3 2 2 4 0 3?18
RIFLE SHOOTING IN NEW JERSEY.
The first rifle match in Bergen county was shot yes- i
terday at Ridgewood between tne team* of the Hackensack
Rifle Aaaectation and the Ridgewood Sporting 1
Club, which resulted in a victory for the Uackensnukers
by a score ol 177 to 168. The wind blew half a gale at '
times, making good shooting difficult. Distance 200 ,
yards, oil baud.
Alter the match the Hackmsack team were enter- |
tamed by tbcir irieuds In a hospitable manner, and it is i
hoped that the occasion is only a lorcrunuur ot many
pleasant interchanges
ATHLETICS AT HARRY HILL'S.
The birthday of the iruuiorlul Washington was com- j
nemorated at Harry Hill's Variety Theatre with an
extra afternoon entertainment, at which mere was a
orowdod attendance. The flrsl part of the programme ,
consisted of songs, dances, Ac. The athletic portion .
commenced by a wrestling match between Harry
Howard and John Barclay. The Urs- round was in the ,
I uni'ttahiM Blvli* anil wrui fullv t unUt.-Lftl JiiJ u ,111
Willy by HowarU The second was In the UrecoKotnan
style, and resulted in the same way. Tv, .
novices then put on tin- gloves, abd had a slogging
iuatch. The next event *? the great wrestling n.aicli
between William 11 Mrownnn; and Ali ort K.n.-, in.th id i
l.onuon. The style was tiii licvuuslnrc, it he i tig netcsary
to throw au opponent so that ? ilher two shouldcis
and one hip, or one lil.oLlder ami two lips, ahull list
luareiy on the lloor. Hill announce! aa n.e men -!i !?
Sands that "kicking ?:o allowed." und they
both took tho must ample advantage ol this lice: s,Most
o! the tune they were i n.utd in raising lumps
on each other's shins rather thau m siriiuglin;.' ln.iii
fully lor a victory. Ariot hall in hour or more ol
work, during which time they liter.illy tore tin clothing
ofl each other's hacks an I had seven round.-, lima nlug
Anally threw Kills ami Well iheull A lively -elto
followed liciween Seildons' Mouse and (leorge
McCarthy. which resulted in the Mouse a luvor 1 Io n
I came a ramiug nun oetwoeti Jim lilascou au<l William
Kelly, the latter proving luinim!! the better man.
Browning and Kliu then renewed their wrestling
tatcb, aad alter three round* they wore compelled to
let nit, browning a arm having been icverely injured.
lb# moat oxetting event by far of the occasion wa*
the bout between the Hoboken Clipper and a young aapirant
named Meade lor a Qvo dollar note. They
iparrcd lour ronnds, and it wa* gvident that there waa
bad blood between the men The Clipper seemed ex
Cited, but In* was moro than a in.it' h i<>r hw v. mi or
pponenl. TJit-y l?<>ri-d . u.-U mi,.'r i.. in. io|.ii
round euding by either one or the otlior being thrown '
lYhou tlic contest was over, wlixli ?? citltid .4 di w
Dotii men wore cv dently much oxh.n: i d. The wwdip
wm between lvior CroKvr end Kcuticily.
LONG ISLAND WINS A ilAIN.
Karly yesterday montitig .it?ut 200 sporting men
MCI ? Phil Hargrove'*, Wlsi-villc, U I., tor a main
ictweelt Long Island and Now York. Seventeen bird*
eere to be ahowu by each side, at $lou each haul*
ind $600 lor Iho main Special pr cautions had born
aken to avoid interruption, and Hie alhnr proiecdid '
XEW yUKK u
ii a manner ratisfactory to all concerned. Long Island
won tbe main by a wort of ill to four. During the
progress of the Oght large auma of money were slaked,
aid tbe interest in tbe battlea waa eager. No disturbance
occurred, and at tbe clone tbe assemblage
broke up in an orderly and quiet manner.
THE NATIONAL GAME.
the first oamb or the season the chelseah
i>efeat a ticked mine after a good
oa mr.
The flint gamo of base ball of the centennial year waa
played yesterday afternoon on tbe V'lflb street bridge
grounds, Groeupomt, and, taking Into consideration the
poor condition of tbe grounds and tbo natural ruati.
ness of tbe players, it was a well played one. Tbe
game opeDed well tor tbe Held nine, tbey making three
ruus In the tlrut inning and blanking tbetr opponents.
I...I .1 Ik. ..H nf lh* liTth mnliki Ik. Ok.b... K..I
overhauled their adversaries and led the score by one
run?6 to 5. 80 matters stood until the eighth inning,
vrticn the (.'Ixflseus added three runs to their score, and,
allow lug the picked uiuu to make one run in the last
inning, tiiey cauie out the victors by the score ot y to fl.
The Cholseas were short the services of Ueacb, third bit.se;
llule, pitcher; blare, catcher; Duuue, tirst huso, and
Hayes, holder; hut their places were acceptably tilled
by Clack, ol the Ciucinnattft; Koche and Melcall, of
the Louisville Fugles, aud Fleet, formerly of Iho Atlaulics.
t)|' the play on the occusiou Kennedy's catching
was the tealure, whi'u Hoseiuau, of the T. (L F. U.
S. Club, of iirldgcjHirt, did some excellent work on tirst
hare. Uocbo, Fleet, Kimkiu slid llourigau shared In
tlie honors too, though, in view of its being their first
game, all did unusually well. The game was witnessed
by several hundred spectators, who tre<|u#ully gave
expression to their interest by applauding the various
COM plays made by either side. The umpiring of Mr.
llcCorniack was excellent.
The following Is the score:?
pickkd mm cuslska.
I'layert. K. IB. BO. A. X. Playtri. ItAB.BO.A.X.
Brasher. *.. 0 0 2 5 2 West 0 1 0 2 X
Selvich 2 1 3 0 0 Caasldy.... 0 0 2 1 0
Kextor 2 0 0 0 0 McCube.... 0 10 2 0
Could 1 1 0 Q 0 llourigau... 2 2 3 0 0
Kankin 0 1 0 7 0 K.qhe 12 7 13
Itosemau... 0 1 15 2 1 Metcalfe.... 2 18 11
Connelly.... 0 13 0 1 Fleet 110 6 1
Kennedy... 1 0 4 3 0 Clack 1 10 12
Ducharme.. 0 0 0 1 1 Cabbie 2 1 1 0 0 j
Totals.... 0 6 27 18 5 Totals.... 0 10 27 13 8 .
insist: s.
Clubt. Ill 2d id Xth. 5th. 6th. 1th. Sth. 0th.
Ticked nino 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1?0
Chelsea 01050003 0?0
Kuus earned?Chelsea, 1.
First base by errors?l'icked nine, 3; Chelsea, 3.
Umpire?Mr. T. W. McCormack, of the Chelsea Club.
Time of game?One hour and buy-live minutes.
OUli NATIONAL FINANCES. I
1
A special meeting will be held by the Chamber of j
Commerce to-morrow afternoon, In compliance with >
the following reouiaitionI
fctuuoed in iliu tin^ii rric wounded man wo* aeul lo ly
liclkvue UoapiUl and Hoycr was arretted.
NAVAL STORES. ?
ft
Wiljiisoto*. n. c., Feb. 23. 187B. y
Spirit* turpentine quiet at Mia. * 2)ac. Kosiu quiet at
$1 to lor stra.ued. Tar itttil/ at HI 00
o
PRINTING CLOTHS MAliKET. t'
. u
Pkotidexcb, R. I., Feb. 23, 1?74 <
Printing clotbi market Inactive.
1LVVANA MARKET. J U
U
IliTilt, Feb. 22. 187a p
Exchange weak ; on the raited State*. ?lxty day*, currency,
Jo a V,1, dined u ill; abort slgbt. do.. 0 a S discount; u
sixty ilayi, gold, 2 a premium ; on I.ondou, 14 a 15 pre- n
luiutn. Soger quiet and weak; No. 12 Dutch standard, 12)4
a 12>a real* per urrube. 61
BRAZIL MARKETS. *
[coaaxBCiaL axd nxexcua arroRT raoa aio jaxxiro.] 1
Kio Jareibu, Feb. 21, 1?70. d
Coffee?Uood tint*. 5. OK' a &,?? tels per leu kilograiua. ,,
Kxciiauge on Loudon,
At Santo* coffee is unchanged. 1>
EUROPEAN MARKETS. *
Liverpool Paontca Mtuaxf.?Liverpool, Fsb. 22?
Evening ?Spirit# turpentine. 24? per cwt P
1a>mx?.v I'HoPLca Meaatr ?LoNOti*. Feb. 22? Evening ? u
Linseed cake. ?11 15a. per toa. SpitlU tarpeatiae, 24s. a r
24s. 6d. ner let.
, %
Sr.* York. Feb. 21, 1876.
Sxmckl D. BabcoCH, Esq.. President Chamber of Commerce
: ?
Dr.au Sir?In view of the m cash res pending In Cnngrens
affecting the natiunal liiiiiiices, we, the umlerxigned member*
of the Chamber of Coiiuuorce. ore particularly desirous
that tho (;bniuber should again gi?e e*|>re?>iou to iteopinion
on this subject. l l>c v therefore respectfully request you
to call n spectul meeting lor Thursday next, February 24, at
ono o'clock P. M. Your obedient eervunte.
Drexel, Morgan .it Co.', Phelps, llodge A Co.,
H. U. Arnold k Co., K. D. Morgan A Co.,
Malllaml, Phelps A Co., Benj. B. Mxrtnati,
A. A. Low A Broil., Mortou, Bliss A Co.,
Blake Brothers A Co., Henry r\ Spauldiug,
John j. Cisco, Vcrinilye A Co.,
tieorge \V. Lane, J. A W. Sellgman A Co.,
William II. Fogg A Co., L. O. & (1. C. Ward,
Elliott C. Cowdin A Co., Richard lrvin,
Sam. McLean A Co., Barker llandv,
Kay lie. Spring. Dale A Co., F. S Winston,
Low llarriiuan A Co., W. M. Veriuilye.
K. W. Corliss, John A Hugh Auchinclosi,
J. M. llalstcd, W. C. Langley A Co.,
and others.
THIliD AVENUE BANK.
THE APPRAISER OF THE PORT AND SPENCER K.
GREEN ARRAIGNED IN COURT?GIVING BAIL
TO APPEAR FOR EXAMINATION?A POINT OF
LAW RAISED.
At leu o'clock yesterday morning William A. Darling,
Appraiser of the port, and Spencer K. Green appeared
bctoro Justice Dully, at the Tombs l'olico Court, ou
affidavits charging tbera with perjury. They were
accompanied by a lew friends and their counsol, exJudgo
Dittenbocfer and Abram Wukeman. Mr. Darling
looked anxious and pule, stroking his long beard 1
nervously, but Mr. Green was apparently unconcerned, j
Mr. Henry C. Abcrns, the complainant, was present, j
but Mr. McDonnoll, an expert, who had examined the <
books of the Third Avenue Suvings llank, was absent.
Mr. Dittouhoefer said that owing to Mr. McDonnell's "
absence the case could not bo proceodeu with, though
he una his associate counsel were quito ready and
willing to go on at once. "I leol entirely convinced,"
said counsM, "lliat our clients cau and will be lully
vindicated alter an examination in this matter, and 1
am anxious that it take pluce as speedily as possible."
Justice Dully Bait! be wished to give the earliest possible
bearing to the case, but 11 au adjournment was
required ho would ussign a duy that would suit the
convenience of counsel.
Judge Dillennoefur here made a preliminary motion,
which, however, he did not desire to press, that tho J 1
enso against his clients should be dismissed, as the b
warrant uuder which they were arrested indicated no offence.
It stated, said counsol, that tho defendants
bad made lalso ami irauduleut statements, but nuth- 0
nig was mentioned in relerenco to (also oaths a
Justice Duffy remarked that he would keep thut c
point in reserve, but observed that, as the accused
wero arrested under the law of 1867, there was no "
lorce in counsel's objection. It was then agreed to ; b
adjourn the examination until tho 1st of March, at t|
Yorkville Police Court. Hail was Qxod at $5,000 iu
each case. 1 he sureties were William H. I.oe, or No. 6 li
We*t Thirty-ninth street, and John K. Lyon, of X'a 244 1
East Sixtieth street
The uttlduvit charges that on tho 14th of March, 1871,
the doleudunt swore to a lalse exhibit oi the assets and
liabilities ot the Third Avenue Savings Bank, of wlilch
Green was president nnd Darling secretary, atl interim.
Tlie exhibit showed au excess of assets over liabilities
ol about $ 1(13,000, when, in tact, there was a deficiency
of $229,174 21, aud, instead ol there being, as set lortii
in the stateiueul, a surplus of interest account and profits
of over $33,000, there was mi actual deficiency iu
income lor the year 1870 of $45,589 95. Other alienations
of a similar kind are contained in the affidavits.
The examination in the cases of Messrs. Decker.
Hales, Carman and others, lately connected with the
Third Avenue Savints Hank, will talto place this afternoon
at three o'clock.
BUSINESS TROUBLES.
Forty-two creditors or L. J. Phillips, Willis k Co.,
manufacturers or hats aud caps, Noa 01, 63 and 65
Crosby street, who made an assignment several months
ago to Mr. Frederick Lewis, have tiled a petition in
bankruptcy against the lirm. Tho liabilities amount to
$275,000,
The sale of the stock of folomon L. Simpson, wholesale
liquor dealer, No. 29 South William street, which
was to have taken place to-day, has been adjourned by
the assignee, Mr. Fredorick Lewis, until March, in
order to give the creditors a chance to complete the
negotiations lor a compromise at twenty cents, cash.
John Suedicur, proprietor of tho line art gallery, No.
176 Filth avenue, has beeu compelled to ask au ex ten* t|
mou Iroui his creditors and to Hubuul to them a proposition
to compromise at lifty cents on the dollar. Ne- *
gntiations are now in progress, and a number of the ' a
creditors have accepted the proposition. Ho has been ! t|
carrying a heavy stock, tor winch there has beeu no ;
ale," nnd the expense* have beeu very large. Most of 1 c
tho liabilities are held in this city, although there are a h
few creditors in Kurupe. j ,
Frederick Lewis, the assignee of Goodkiud Brothers,
wholesale liquor dealers, No. &o It road way, has reaii/ed ' li
about $9,(XKJ Ironi the side of the stock ol the firm. p
Tho property on Harreii Island, which is to be sold at |,
auction on Friday, is expected to realise Jlo.tMt over
ami above the inortgagia, which Hmounl to $2,500.
The New York house, at Noa. 19 aud 21 Greene street, v
of S. H. I'earco A Co , silks, Boston, who tailed last
week, are making up their accounts to be presented to
the meeting of creditors which lakes place In lioslou
on Friday. Ii
STABBING AFFJIAY. '
Si
During an altercation yesterday attornoon between "
Adolphc Wanks, of No. 152 Kldridge ilroet, and Nicholas v
Beyer, of Mo. 5 Centre Market place, tho former waa *
[ERALD, WEDNESDAY, FJ
FINHL IS COMM.
\ Brief Review of the Financial Situation?The
Popular Verdict.
A SUGGESTIVE CONTRAST.
Where We Staud and What We May Expect?
The Fallacy of the Present Speculation.
Wall Strv.kt, )
Tlksoay, Feb. 1870. )
Taken a body thorc Is no community In the world
inure suffused with the dlvlue afflatus of patriotism
.bau la tlie Board of Broker* They yield the pat
;o Done in their observance of historic days or in the
roiuinvinorailuu of thoir country's history. They havo
k peculiar way of looking at things, and their views .
ire not free front the tincture of Ibeir protrusion.
The birthday of Washington Is appreciated as a '
'did/aut/ut" In the history of Iho laud, aud it Is at
.ha uma lima inanLallv cnniiec.tAil with some luckv I
late noted in Slock Exchange history. They are ex>ert
in drawing comparisons, these brokers, even
Dough the likeness be n leeble one, and lar-fotcbed at
hut
So, while they enjoy the holiday and are filled with
lalriottc fervor, Ihuy cannot help regarding the rue
md progress tff the nation during the last hundred
ears as other than a great bull movement of which
'aler Palriie was the instigator and support.
There arises a difficulty, nevertheless, in comparing
leorge Washington, when "loug" ol the couulry's desinies,
with slock jobbing operators who gut "ioug" of
he market.
Night and day could not be more unlike. The Qrst
tas all purity and truthfulness, the latter are smudged
u reputation aud Inherit on the paternal side from
belr ancestor, who is cited as tbo lather of prevaricaions.
Washington never told a lie. Slock operators seldom
ell anything else. If Washington engineered s Sharp
icrner on the British 11 was lu the course of legitimate
varlare; if Taurus of the Stock Exchange essays a
queezo he has recourse to all the trickery ot "points,"
puts" and falsa intelligence. There is nothing in |
ommou between the two, and the endeavor to liken |
'ay Could bulling Union Faciflc to the Father of His j
iountry bulling the prosperity of iho United Stales is as |
also as it is preposterous.
The isttor promoted the Interest of bis country lor I
lis country's good; the tormer advanced the price of
ho stock for his own. History will give each his
iroper place, despito of the Black Friday business of
he one und the unfortunate hatchet episode of the
ither.
The grand bull movement, pushed on by the great
feneral and statesman of the day and his successors,
lid not reach Its present envlablo position without
nectiug many a sot-bsck and rebuir. The bear influence
was manifested iu Iho hardships ol Washington's
uiinpaigns, in the war of 181k and in the internecino
itrlfe of later years. Still, the movement lostered by
lim iho anniversary ol' whose birth we celebrate tolay
bus gono on rapidly and prosperously.
It is no tissue paper stock that, as a nation, we offer
,o the world, but a security founded upon liulh, honor
ind energy. The national credit bos advanced, uot
inder tlio influence of cooked reports and washed
UUCP, nor lias u ouou auvauceu ior iuu purpusu 01 seiiug
out at higher prices, but is simply bold as an eligi>le
dividend-returning secuiity to all invostors.
It is only just, thou (to say nothing of the accomisnying
satisfaction), that the nation should set apart
>no day in the year in commemoration of tho great
ngineer of our country's prosperity?a man who set
[Olng tho greatest upward tnovoment in public atfairs
>f auy of his peers, and did so without recourse to
ihicancry or fraud.
A BRIEF REVIEW.
The recurrence of Washington's Birthday affords an
ipportunily for reviewing tho tinauctal situation and
:onsidorlng the problem whither uro we drilling. Not
i few of us hailed the advent of the Now Year as u liarnngerofanew
prosperity. It was to lie the "Ceuenntal"
of the nation's birth, and around it tliero was i
lunposed to be sumo mysterious powor that would fur- |
nshtne people with a sure balm for all their recent j
rials. On the Stock Kxcbango this sentiment, feeling, j
>elicf, or whatever it may be called, was warmed und ;
iursed into a speculative life that readily and with a
iearly good will has undertaken to discount the anllcli.atod
benefits which the country is to derive. Cliques,
ne alter another, were formed to buy different stocks,
nd, responsive to tho purohases thus made, prices genrally
bavo materially advanced. To what extent and
iow, with few exceptions, the npecuiatlon has einraccd
all, from the sound dividend paying shares to j
hose hopelessly worthless, Is snown in the subjoined j
able of cjosing prices yestorday aud on December ill,
875, as follows:?
A SCOUKSTIVS COMPARISON.
Dec 31, Feb. 21,
1875. 1870.
Itlantic and Pacific preferred 4 0
leutral of New Jersey 100(a) lo#
Ihicago and Altou 08 (u| 101,y |
'Iiuml-o. llurlimrloii andUuincv 113'.' <a) 115'.
.'hlcago. Milwaukee and .St. I'niil.... 86\ 44*
:hicj?L't), Mil an?l St. Paul prelerred. Oil* 7u>,
Ihlcngo and Northwestern 3U 43*
Jbicugo and Northwestern preferred f>?%' <14*
Ihicago and Kock Islaud 106 110 >4 i
C,, C. uud I.... 69 66
a sod L C 3* 6*
'levcland and Pittsburg 89* (a) 93*
>e!aware, Lackawanna and Western. 120* (a) 119*
trie ItX 17',
lannlbul and St. Joseph 21 10
lannibal aud St Joseph preforrod.. 27 * 20
lltnols Central 08 (a) loot,'
<ew Vork CeutrsI nnd Hudson 106 110
jikeSlioresinlMich.Soulhi.ru 60* (a) OA7; j
dichigan Central 60* fid', i
)hto and Mississippi 17 22', I
acme of Missouri 11* 121, |
'auama 126 130,W !
it. I.oiiijk Iron Mountain and South. 14 24*
'nlodo, Wabash aud Western 3* fit,
'aclfic Mail 30', 33* I
ttlantic and Pacillo Telegraph 18* 20* j
Vostern Union Telegraph 74* 73* j
(a) Ex-dlvidend.
THE C4CRK 4X0 KVTKCT.
None of tha pricca quoted above are as high as they
avo been; yet, with the exception of Western L'nton,
rhich has sold at 80*, and been adversely aOectcd by
pecial causos, the decline that has taken place from
tic highest figures is no more than might be fully acDunted
lor by a natural realizing of profits bclore a j
oliday. Thus far the speculation b is been all on the
!de of "buying," for the vory good reason that at no |
me has there beon a sufficient market to permit the '
rlncipal holders to successfully unload, and when they j
ave partially done so It has every tunc been necessary
.at they should Immediately buy hack In order to pre- :
enl a serious break In prlcee. Therefore the market 1
l "cllqued" to a dangerous extent.
TNKKK IRK CUqlKS
i loike Shore, cliques in St. l'aul, cliques in North- j
restern, cliques in Ohlos and cliques In almost every
lock. Tnere was a clique In Westers Union, but I
penal causes Suddenly dissolved It with disaster. |
fhelher the remaining cliques are to be dissolved by
qtialiy special causae now developing, or by a successii
marketing of their stocks, are problem* for the 1
iturc. Hut bow atands the record tor the oxpired I
ne seventh of the "Centennial" year? Whatever the
jluro may have m store for us, of thai portion of the |
ear already gone
Tll? TBUDICTS OF StSIHR.ta MB*
fall classes ?" more unanimous Mian ever before and
le complaint* of dull and unsatisractory markets are
tore serious. So that In real Business prosperity the
Centennial" an yet has (ailed in all the promises of Its
git-fleeted sponsors. There were at the beginning of
je year a tew old fogy conservatives who agreed with
te ilKSALb ta doubling |( the great ahow at l'hlladelhia
conld successfully counterbalance the evils or an
nectlled financial policy on the part of the governtent,
accompanied by the tremendous losses that tbo
nontry bad bsen compelled to suataln during the past
so years, and dolefully shook their heads at tbo young
uthusiasts of the Stock Ktchange and their mouthlocos
In the public Journals. Old merchants railed to
Iscover or understand how a people who were relrainig
from buying their goods because they could not L
ay lor them were so suddenly to become able to take m
month or two of holiday and pay tha necessary piper [
i the shape ol railroad and hotel bills. Yet It ta poet!- I
le this miracle may he seen, becitite with the pro- ;
ouudcrs ol the new financial ethics, embracing the j
rlociple that the way out of debt Is to Orst double it, I
II thioss should be possible. But until It is acrom
ISBKUAKY 23, 1870.-W1TH
plished there will be doubting Thomases who will continue
to look at the present speculation on the Stock
Kxchange an a perpetual menace to the legitimate Interests
of the country, because thoy will refuse to see In
it anything but the wild capers of a few ambitious and
solf-oonfliieut enthusiasts.
In Tiew of the fact lira I this has been made a legal
holiday, and in tho absence ol the usual material afforded
for comment by the respective exchanges, we
reproduce for the refreshment of memory tho following
tables of prices:?
orsxiNU, itionssr attD lowkmt pkicks.
The following table shows the opening, highest and
lowest prices of Monday
Opening. Highest. Lowed.
New York Central lid lid
Harlem 143?? 143143 >, ,
Krie 17 17\ 17 j
l.uke Shore dtitj do1; ob\ .
Wabash 5', 6'4 S',
Northwestern 44'4 44', 43 j
Northwestern preferred.... 6dv4 d?i'4 6a
Kock Island UU1, llo>?' 11U'4 |
Pittsburg ?3ig ya?a' U3'4 i
Milwaukee and St. Paul..., 45 45 44',
Mil and 8t. Paul preferred. 7?'J Ty'J 7#
Ohio aud Mississippi 22', 22'4 22
New Jersey Central 100'4 ltiU'4 lOil
Del., Pack, and Western... 11#', 120 lio'j !
i moil ruciuc ON '4 o*'4 on \ 1
C., C. an J I. C 6', 3*, ?l? I
Western Union 73*4 72 X 73>4
Atlantic and Lucille Tel 2o 'Jim* 20
l'acittc Mull 33 X 33', 33'i
Panama 131) ? 130'? 130
APVAKCM AND DKCLIXX.
The following are the chaugeg in closing prices compared
with those of Saturday:?
Aovanc*.?Atlautlc and 1'actAc Telegraph, ; Delaware,
Lackawanna and Western, t4 ; Lnc, S, ; Quicksilver,
District of Columbia, v4 ; gold, i4.
Dbclisb. ? New York Ceutral, 1% ; Michigan Central,
X ; Lake Shore, ; Northwestern, ; do. preferred,
1, i'Iiin, v, ; Hock lsluud, ; St. Puul, 1: do. pre- .
ferred, X ; Wabash, X: Western Union, X; New Jersey
Central. X.
Stationaht?Hannibal and St. Joseph, Harlem,
I'aclQc Mail, Panama and Uumu I'aciQc.
CLOSING PRICKS?MONDAY, 8 r. M. 1
I'scihe Mail.... XI-, a XIV Mil., Ml'pi.. 7?x 79LM.stl'a'lel.
73.X 73': C, 0, C A I . 3 a 35
Atl ? i'ae'lei.. 'M a 30X C.C1 IC ... 3 a 3S,
Quicksilver.... 17V,' a la Del, 1. a W ..lll'X a llin
Quivturlver pi. .3 a 34 trie IT1, a 17X
Mar Laud A M. a^t a 9 liauA St Jo .. lav a lt>VMarLsMpf..
H n 1?'V? II all A Sljopf 3 a V, a Jtu
Attains Kx KM!, a 1 lu Lake shorn (1 >L a tl.V,
Amtricuu hx.. "4.', a il.iV, Mich Ceutral Si', a WIT,
I a L* 7 A, a 7.7', N V A 11 aria in. 14 J a 144 j 1
WelU-ParuoKa aa ? ho N VO,t 11 U..1I3V a IH>X i
Chic A Alton.xlOIX a 1"3 N J On Hia): a 109
I'levAl'itU . XI4 KtW Ohio A MDs. 'J31, a -314 i
Chic k S W .. 4.'!1, a 43', Panama 130 a 133
IbteANWpf flS'4 a ? Tul.vWab. 3 a 5','
Chic A K 1 ..II V, a II \ I'nloll I'to'llic.. ??X a 69
Mil A 8t Paul.. 44 , 44% M msuuri I'ac... 13,'. a 13V !
THIS rollKION MAHKKTS.
Puns advices hy cable report exchange on London |
33f. lBX'C- f?r short sight. On tho Krunklort liourse I
United States bonds, now Uvea, 101'4. A cable despatch
from Londou dated at tour o'clock lu tho evening
rejiorts United States bonds, 1803't, old, 103 '4; ten- I
forties, 103X'. Tho amount of bullion gone into the I
Bank ol England ou baluuce during the day was j
?40,1)00.
F1.SAMC1AL. '
AUUL'ST BELMONT A CO.. t
Hankers. ID and 31 Nassau it..
issue iraNeuer* i remts. available in ail parts o! trie world,
through the '
Messrs. DE ROTHSCHILD |
ami tholr correspondent*
Also Commercial Credits and Telegraphic Transfers of
Money on California and Europe.
^ ?1>efaultmd railroad" bonds j
bought and sold by the old established house of
ALBERT II. nlf'olay A ou., 1
Stock Broker* anil Auclionvrrs,
No. 43 I'm* at.. New York.
N. B.?7, 8 ami 10 p.r cent choice Oily Boutin and other A1
I u? minim I Seturilie. our ?pn laity 114 yeera, paying 10 to 12 <
percent; intercut piomptly paid; tor sule below pur.
A~T REASONABLE RATES.?MONEY ON JJPB jJu> ' ,
Endowment Inaareuue Bolide*, Mortpa^ca and other
eciirille.; iuxirancc of all kinds etrurteil with beat coui
punlea. J. J. IIAHUIl'll A CO., 117 Broadway.
-LAl'SLKY A BAZf.ltY, BROKERS. 74 HltOAD- ,
. WAY.?"BKlVlLKtiK.a" ON "MUMHKKh OK TUK j
NEW Y??l:K STOCK EXCHANGE" EXCLUSIVELY." '
REFERENCES IN NEW YOKK AND LEADING CITIES |
NY AMOUNT TRUST FUNDS TO l.OAN?ON REAL |
Estate, tbU olty or Brooklyn, for tlvo yeuri; legale*- I i
pcii.cn only. l.K xVITI' A WOLCOlT. ID l'lnc at,
UV1CB AND INRiTtMATION FOB 1'ERSONS DE^ | i
nirotm of speculating in stocks; investment* of all ma ,
from $1110 upward may he tot fitly made and a larnc percentukc
derived. Eur full particulara inblresj TIJM HItI DUE A i
CO., Ilaukrrs and Broker*, No. 2 Wall at.. New York.
ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN O.V MORTGAGE- I '
New York city 1'roperty. I'rinclpaU detiriuir to BOBROW
OR INVEST apply to II I. (HUNT. I4.'? Broadway. | 1
I' TtoU havk "a 8L,M_tlK~$B.llU0 to loan on unquestionahie
real estate security communicate with S.
KILI'A TRICK, 340 3d av.
JOHN rt. TIERCE. NO. 5 PINl: BT.. HAS TRUST
Funds to loan on approved Now York and Brooklyn
Real Estate.
THE EXCELSIOR SAVINGS BANK,
corner of 23d st. and 6th av.
Open daily fWim 10 to 4. and Monday. Wednesday and Sat*
urday evenings.
Interest dividend January, 1H70, at the rate of six per
cent per annum on deposits over $5 and not exceeding
$1.UU0; on the second $1.00(1 at the rate of five per cent per ;
annum.
5. B.?This bank transacts only a strictly savings bank
business, and does not receive on deposit over $2.<X)(> from
any one individual. JOHN K DK witt, i'rcsident. i
ii. k. t11urhkr, Vice President.
Ukokuk C. waldo, Secretary.
anted?a skatTn the new yoke stock"ex.
change. Any person having one t<> dispose of can ad '
dress, with lowest ca?li price, contidentiully, box 4,427 Post I
office, New York.
TlTANTb.ll?<15,IXJ0, FORIkIVE YEARN. os FIRST j
f ? mortgage on HI Fulton st.. New York. Send proposals
to box 3,tftK) Post office. Money to be used lu rebuilding it.
dtQim TO $MXJ0 WANTED?FOR TUBLVK MONTHS
?POv/\/ on lift) insurance nollcy of $5.0>XJ. Address, witn
terms, K. B., box 1W7 Herald office
/ww \ WANTED?ON BOND AND MORTGAGE,
u)f).Uv/l/ on improved property. Apply to OEORHE !
MOLLlSON room 2'J New York r??<a office ; liours 11 to 2.
ie nna ro $!:?,'<nju wanted on hrsj' mokt*
gsgehyJ. AC kerb AN, M) East 14th si.
47Q (111(1 TO l^AN?ON MOKTtiA(iK IN vX
tP I VtUUv rious aniouuts, without bonus, on etty i
property. HYATT, 14S Broadway, j
vl'mwiniwl to eoa* t AO ant Lots ?
^lUU.UUU HIIIPMAN A MER8KRKAU, 52 Will* ,
lain si. I'liioii Buildings.
COPARTWER8H1P8. j
NEW YORK, FEBRUARY 81, 187U. 31*1 GKA.N1> ST.? 1
The copartnership heretofore existing under the firm , 1
name of Whitley, LainsonACo.it this day dlsiolvod by ,
mutual consent. AMOS E. WHITLEY. I
ROBERT LAMSO.Y.
ISAAC RINDAHII I .
The business will hereafter be continued at the ?ame place j
I]f KM undersigned. A* OH a. WUITLKV | *
BITMKKM OPPORTI?1T1K?. 1
AOB.NTI.EMAN, WELL Pnsri.H \\1> OK BONO KX
perlence. about lo opeu an office for the purchase and ! *
sale of real estate. bonds. mortgages, renting, Ac., would )
take a business man as partner; refercuce. Addros . \
itllOKJJ:, ll-'iu . Il)r .
PARTNK R W A VrRD^w IT IYTNOO Ts OSKOF~THK I
beat opening. in New York ; protUa * HW pur week sure ; )
i? ? booua Particular* LAWhoN, l'.ViJdav. j ^
A?AI?niTIOVAl. CAPITAL PROCl'RKD FOB MER- ; 1
cUaut*, manufacturers and other*; Ilea! K>tate ex- j
changed lor Business; .Mining Interest*. Ac., n- gOtlatod; | '
persons with capital aoeking business advLed without I
charge, of approved opportunities Reference*;?John V. |
i'lumjuer, K*q . commission woollens. til Leonard It., Na- i
thaniel Fisher A Oo.. boot* and shoes, 31 Wa; reu at., Ac. i
OKIOOK A fAKLKTON, Financial and Business Broken,
PH Broadway. ! ?
/Toof) IHSI VI.SS OPPOKTt NITY. I
VJT A tirat claaa. well established Furnace, Range. Stove, I N
'I i aware and Kitchen Km niching husiuctn in hlixahctli, ; 1
N. J.; special agency of Richardson, liovnton A Co. * goods;
tore in be*t location; showy ami commodious and good j V
cellar; large dwelling above; property can be bought or J
leased advantage ?uely full manufactured stock on hand; 5
proprietor retiring to a f arm only reason for telling. Apply to
JulIN HILTON, corner of Broad and Washington at*.. .
Kliaabetb ; or t?> A, F H h ??I>'.**, 5U Wall at I '
OTIIJt, KE-I'AI l; v.NTS. SKOCRRTR*! HAMPER J
Kot'iut. I'tiit; <lix?d?, I Inline KuriiUhintr, Bukerlo,
Milllii.rr. UoenlltiK liuun.a, Cigar Mom, Me >1 Mereeta, *
Ac. JURA LEMON, 1.207 IIroadway.
IKON "BLAST FTKNACK.-AM PART OWNER OK 1 '
I an Iron Blast Furnace and require service* of a gentle- |
man of'good busineea qualiticatioua. witb $26.(M) cash capital
; investment safe; good profit*: know the business: full i ^
luforination. Address Ft'KNACK. Post Office box 2.H07 i
Bostou. Bass. ^ g
NrKW8PAPI It W ELL BJJTABLIHUKD I N Ol NTKY
town. New Jersev: will sell out or take a nractical uart- i
n.r Addreaa NKWHt'AEEK. Herald ..Aloe
TJAKTNKIt WITH ?IO.'?*i.--M t SI K\< Tl'RINO HUMJL
lie'*; atrlctiy caih; Ml per cent profit. Cell between
J and 3 at Kb' Eaat l'Ah il
TiK~i si'?eknhYsbo iiah a laiuTk PTSci OK
Water Front, and l? deairoua or entering Into communication
witb partial in the atomic" buaiiieaa. or parllei able
to Influence tbe vlorege of menhanUlae, with a rlew nf
enlerinc the buatueea. Addreaa BTUKAllE, box 117 bong
Iilaud Cltv. la ! j
WANTED TO HELD?ONE-HALf INTEREST IN A
VY good, profitable liualiieal; can ahow a oroflt of 35 per
cant. Addreaa H. 0. P., Herald oOlce. for one waek.
\v anted.?a Partner, with a few-hundred
YV dollara, to take Hie place of a retiring partner, where
a competence can be realised witbont rlak ; near l.'Micuatoiuera
and ordera waiting. Apply at Factory, .'>?d Uudaon
at. a
ANTED-BV A GENTLEMAN WITH BAITS AMD
tint clnaa hnalueaa ability, agerry tor apecialtr tor
Philadelphia Addteaa E. (1. C.. New York llerald I'biladelphia
Branch ottlee YV
ANTED A PARTNER WI III A HM ALI, CAPITAL
VY to Joiu a 1.1.1 y in a money making buaiaoaa. Addreaa
A 1,1.EN'. Herald I (.town Hr.mcb olli.".
A()/wt -A PARTNER IN~A LROtTlMATB CASH
buetiieaa: good collaterala lor amount Inverted.
Addreaa nECl Kl l > Herald olBaa.
Af/Wk?RNOO-WfLL III V A LIOHT MANUPACTUE?J>OUU
lug lloelneae. In running order; rarecliandE;
r-ooda aold atrlctiy for caali; no agent a Only partlea mean
ng buainaa* need addreaa K. L.. Herald offlce.
d;7/|n WILL BUT IIALFINTRRBST IN A WELL 1
JJl I UU located Dining K?om; none hat a torn parente -
mu n?>l r*|>i>. n<> iitiuort out ?a torn. AduraM ik?1'KKANCE.
Ilarald <!?< . <
O ft/Ull OAltH WILL ?t V MILLIHIRY AND .
Vtt.l)"" Ura??ra?klon Kttablillimaat, St..ck, Klxtura*
!-<> ; baM part or Haoadwar. Addrar- ***' 'NiliY, 1
Ha* I'/k H?i*M I nto ?n Rranab ??< 1
SUPPLEMENTS
T11E LULL AND ASYLUM FUND.
A dramatic performance in aid of tba Ball and Asylum
Fund will take place at M.sonic Temple, next Friday,
uuder iho auspices ot Mr*. Edward E. Thorua.
Antony the attractions will be J. 11. ritoc]ueler'a farce
"Ait Object of Interest," and J. Sterling Coyne's comedy
"Everybody's Friend." Colonel George M. Dusenbury
will bo stage director.
MARRIAGES AND DEATHS.
MARRIED.
It a v kn in ?ht? M a unit a ll.?111 Bonton, Monday, February
21, by Kav. J. M. Muunlug, 0. 1)., C. F. Iiavkvpout
to Hist J., daughter of the late Orlando Marshall.
No cards.
Lanak?HriSTts.? At the Reformed church In Cold
Spring, ou the Hudson, on the did of February, 187B,
by the liev.. J. C. V'anduventer, Mr. S. latsAk, of
Brooklyn, to Miss Lizzik Hikstis, of the former place.
No curds.
DIED.
Aknolu.?At Morrisanis, on Saturday, February 19,
Jakes Mansfield, aged 4 years aud 8 months. Also ou
the doth, Jessie Patkiison, aged d years and 7 months,
the Sou aud dunghler ol Matthias B. aud Jessie Arnold.
cliurcli, 34th Hi. and tilh uv., Wednesday morning, 23d
in .it , at eleven o'clock.
Baldwin. At Orange, N. J., February 22, FaXMB
Lovk, wile of Frank W. Baldwin, ill hur -Till year.
Funeral service* will be hold at the residence N'o. 44
William St., Orange, oil Thursday, 24tn iust., at hullpast
two o'clock. Train leaves loot of llurcluv at. at
1:10 P. M.
Uoksk.?On Tuesday, February 22. Vl.i.via MlCO,
youngest daughter ol Henry and Frances Orvella
Boesc, aged 1 year, 8 months and 14 days.
Funeral will lake place to-inojriow (Thursday), at two
o'clock P. M., Irotn the residence of her parents, 146
Fust doth st.. New York.
Cakulin Monday, February 21, Nbm.y, daughter j
of Thomas and Anna Caroliu, aged 3 years and 3 I
months.
Relatives and friends of the family are respectfully in- \
vitcd to attend the funcful, from the residence ol hur
parents, No. 670 10th av\, on Wednesday, February 23,
at one o'clock.
Cam en si.i??Suddenly, at Yonkers, Monday, February
21, Jamks oami'iiki.l, aged 60 years.
Hola.tves and trieuds uro invited lo attend tbe luneral
this (Wednesday) afternoon, at two o'clock, Irom tbe
Uolormcd church, Youkcrs.
Cass.?Suddenly, on Tuesday, February 22, at No. 7 i
l.aluyette place, 1'hkmk A., wile of James M. Case and j
daughter of J. Booth FaJrchild, in the 230 year ol her j
age.
Funeral sorvlces will take place at Trinity F.plscopul
church, Nowlown, Coun., on Thursday alleruoon, at
three o'clock.
CorviSAi.u.'--Ia this city, Tuesday, February 22, 1876,
Wii.i.iam CoKt'ikai.n, agoil 46 years.
Helalives and friouds are respectfully Invited to attend
the luneral, Irom his lute residence, No. 437 West j
17th st., on Thursday, February 21, at two o'clock.
vaii.kman.?ai iieutou, in. j., imi rooruary -i, iao,
Hkxkikttk T. Coleman, wile of l)r. James li. Coleman.
Count'iocs.?On February 21, ut Jacksonville, Flu.,
of consumption, Jonathan, eldest son of Isaac Cordukes,
aged 22 years.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
Del lust and Liverpool pupers please copy.
Dillon.?On Monday, February 21, 187(5, Francks
Louisk, wife of li. A. Dillon, aud only dau|{htur of
David and Hcllen Oaks, in her 2Ulh year.
The relatives and friends of the lutnily are invited to {
attend the funoral, on Thursday, ut one o'clock, Irom |
her lute residence, 210 Clirystio st.
Doka.v?On Monday, Feu. 21, Emma M. Don an.
The trieuds of the lumily are respectfully Invltod to I
attend the luneral, from St. Ann's church, Kast 12th ]
at., this (Wednesday) morning, at nine o'clock pro- j
cisely.
DuAchicr.?On Monday,February 21, John E. Doscukr, j
In the add year ol his ago.
Ilia Irietid* and the relatives and friends uf the family !
are Invited to attend the funeral, front his late residence, 1
No. 203 West lllh st., on Thursday, the 21th lust., at
one o'clock.
Dublin kutv.?On Monday, February 21, Mary
Docuukkty, In the 0-d year of her age.
The relatives aud Irlonds of the lumily arc respect- i
lully invited to utteud her luneral Irom her lute rosl- I
ilence, 1171 Madison St., on Wednesday, February 211,
it one o'clock.
Downs.?Oh Monday, February 21, Samukl Downs,
lu the 61st year of lus age.
The relatives and Inends aro respectfully invited to
ittend his luuortt! ou Thursday, the 24th lust., at one
o'clock, Irom his late resideuco, .Vo. 75 Ferry st
Kdson.?At No. 144 Stanton St., Ds Witt C. Edson,
ju Fobruary 22. aged 61 years.
Friends atnf relatives, also members of Uowanus
hodtte No. 230, Hermitage Lodge No. 165, and Mount
f.ion Encampment No. 17 of Patriarchs, I. O. O. F., aro
respectfully Invltod to attend his luneral, on Thursday,
the 24th Inst, at two o'clock, Irom his late residence,
without any further notice.
Members ot Mount '/.Ion Encampment are notified to
meet at the I >dgo room, 812 llroadway, on Thursday at
Diit- o'clock sharp, to attend tho luneral ot l'atrutrch 1).
U. Edson. Dy ordor, J. (J CAT.
J. T. Walk Kit, F. s.
Fosiiay.?On Sunday, February 20, Jott.v Dkwitt !
Fohiiay, jr.
Tho relatives and frieuds are respectlully invited tp
attend his funeral, from Ills late residence, 137 Kast
30th st, on Thursday, at one o'clock P. M.
Gkhuk.n.?On Tuesday, February 22, Maktiia, second
eldest daughter ol the late August li. und Dorothea A.
Ocliben, aged 2 years und 0 months.
Tho relatives and iriends of the family are respectfully
Invited Lo attend the luuernl from her late rest- I
deuce, 168 Bergen av., corner of I'nion at., jersey City |
Heights, on Wednesday, February 2U, at twelve >1. In- I
teriuent at Lutheran Cemetery.
Okaiiam.?On Monday evening, February 21, of
dipblheriu, Lois Toi.mar, youngest daughter of Samuel
li. and Lucy F. (iruliam, aged 2 years, 2 months and
lu days.
The relatives and friends are respectfully Invited to
attend the tuneral, from the residence ol her parents, i
110 West 20th st., ou iVednesduy, February 20, atone j
o'clock i*. M.
Ckuoiisuan?On Tuesday, February 22, IiKiiir.KT, i
relict of J allies Geoglicguu, a native of Hallymuhou,
lunnty Longtord, Ireland, in the 77lh year ol her ugu.
Uelulives and friends are rospectlully invited to at- |
lend the funeral, Iroin tiie residence of tier son in-law, {
William Curran, No. Ill .lohn st., Itrooklyn, on Thurs- i
lay, 24th lust., at two o'clock 1*. M., to the Cemetery |
ul tho Holy Cross, Flalhush, lor Interment.
Haskru lu liroaklyn, on Tuesday morning, Fob- !
ruary '22, of diphtheria, JUvio Lkavuit, Jr., youngest :
child ol llavid L. and Uebecca 1). Haskell, aged II j
years and 1 month.
Kulalives and friends arc invilod to attend tho j
liuicral, from the residence of his parents, No. 620 '
Henry st., on Thursday ultcruooii, at three o'clock.
HiuCykh.?lu Brooklyn, ou Mouduy, the 21st, Hat
riK ai'ursrA, daughter o! Nathauiel and Elizabeth j
Hillyer, in the 14tti your of her age.
lie la lives and friends of the larnily are respectfully .
Invited to attend the tuuerai services, to be belli at tho !
diddle Reformed church, in Harrison St., near Court, j
un Thursday, at two 1*. M.
Hooa.v?on Tuesday, February 22, Patrick Hooa.v,
iged 40 years and 2 mouths.
The relatives and Iriends of the family are Invited to i
Blend the runeral, from bis late residence, J2o 8th St., I
in Thursday, February 24; iheuce to Sc Bridget's I
iburch, where a requiem high moss will bo celebrulsd i
it hall-past nlno.
Albany papers please copy.
Huubaku.? Kntcred Into rent on the ovonlng of tho
fist of. February, at her residence, Athburlou avenue, !
foukers. Abigail M. Lkstkk, widow ol the late ltvv. |
toubeu Hubbard.
Tho Iriends of the family, also those ol her sons, are |
nvited to ailend the luncral. Iroiu tit. John's church, |
foukers, on Friday, at throe o'clock. Carriages will
>e in waiting on the arrival ol tho two o'clock train
rum 42d st.
Ivory.?On Tuesday, February 22, or consumption,
Iaky Ivory, aged 46 years aud ti months.
Funeral services at Church of st. Charles Borromoo,
lldiiev place, liruoklyu, Thursday, 24th, at nine A. M.
tjuuoec and Montreal papera please copy.
Junk.?On Tuesday, 22d lust., Ckokub June, aged 47
uurs.
Hulatlves and Iriends of the family are respectfully
uviteu to attend the luueral, Irum Iiia lute residence, ,
fo. 410 West 24 th sL, this (Weduesday) moruing, at 1
Ight o'clock. The rstnatns will bs taken to Newuurg
or Interment.
Kiwo.?Wiluam Cucmknt Ki.no died Fob. 22, Id tho
Mil vear ul hi* age.
The relative* and Iriends of tho family are respect- |
ully luvited to attend la is luuerul, from l tie residence '
il lila brother in law, Kdward F. Mnell, No. Ub South |
tti av., oil Thursday, Feb. 24, at one o'clock F. 11.,
rlibout further notice.
La lor.?On Monday, February 21, at 1W1 Canal at., I
lmuhkw Joaarii, Bluest sou of Andrew and Mary Lai or, I
ged J years, lo months uud 0 day*.
Funeral will tako place Irom the above addreaa on ,
t'ednosday, 2lid mat., ut two o'clock 1*. M.
Lawlimh.? February 22, Ja**ia, daughter of Jane
ml the late William Lawll**, aged 27 years, 2 nioutna
nd 7 day*.
'I he Mineral will take place Irom her lato residence,
Jo 156 Wayne ?l., Jersey City, at ten A. M. on Thuralay,
24th mat. Requiem at St. Uridgot'a church.
Dublin paper* pleaaucopy.
m ask is?On Monday, February 21, Howard Mauri*,
n the22d year of his age.
Knlalives and friends are Invited to attend the fuleral,
from Ht Vincent's Hospital Weal 11th at., on
Vednraday, February 22, at onu o'clock.
MrKwmiiT.?tin Tuesday, February 22. 1870. after a
hort llluaaa, Jaaa McKsiiiht, In the 23d year of ber
The relative* and friends ot the family aro reapectullv
Invited to attoud her funeral, Irom her late realence,
No. 85U 3d av., on Thursday, tbo 24th inst. at
leven A M.
Nkwli*.?In this city, on Sunday evening la*t, Capaiu
CiiAiti.kh S. Mswlix, late of Cincinnati, ubio.
His remains wero taken to Cincinnati tor iuiarment.
Pkarro*?At Chicago on Wednesday, ltlth Inst,
osam FBAJteoa, formerly of New York, in the iota
ear of hi* age.
Ka*so*.?on Friday, 18th mat, In Brooklyn, Jon*
Lasso*, in the Tlat year of his age.
Tho relatives and friend* of the family are Invited to
tlend the funeral from his lata residence. No. Iw3
Inyruond at, on Wednesday, 22d mat., at half-past two i
i cjock r. m.
Kiimkrtii.?At Fort Oeorg*, Fla., on February 21,
lama Komrth. only daughter of Ilwrlgbt and Kniti
iL Roberta.
Tbo remain* will be brought to Sew York for interuont
and notice of funeral given hereafter.
Kyuku. ? At I'lainllcld, Jv J., on Ttnwday, robrnary
U, of ronaumpliou, I'kxklu II., daughter of Stephen
i. and Harriet Rydor, aged 18 year* and I monib.
Kelativea and Irlende of tbo lamlly are rea|>ectrul1y
nvlted to attend the funeral, from the reeldencv of ber
parent*, corner of Otb aud Division an , I'lamtield,
4 J at ten o'clock A. M.. or at Oreenwood at half- 1
9
pi si one r M. Remains interred In Gree nwood oa
February 26.
son-ao.?On Tuesday, February 22. of typhoid
fever, Dum Sam>iosu, daughter of lira. Phebs Sandford,
of Orange, N. J., aged years.
Funeral Irom the residence of her uncle, Mr. K
Chaniliurlln, No. 466 West 2.AI bt.. Sew York, on Thursday,
the J till inst., at ball pant ten o'clock A M. He .
mains to be taken to Roscdale Cemetery, Orange
ScuHKt.vun.?On Mouday. February 21, Fail
Simkkim.k, In tbe i>Otb year his age.
The relatives and friends are Invited to attend th<
funeral, from hia late residence, No 4 Koon-velt at., ol
TbnraiJay, February 24. at one o'clock I'. M.
ssiriKNKKKO?Suddenly, on Tuesday morning. 221
Inst.,.of diphtheria, Fa.vsis K., only daughter of l.ci
ftenltenberg.
Funeral this (Wednesday) morning, at tan o'clock,
from resideuco. No. 41 Grove at.
Suiruau.?on Tuesday morning, February 22,
IiKiioKAit Ja.vk, infant daughter ol James D. and
Jessie K. ithipuian, aged 1 month and 21 daya.
Notice ol funeral In to morrow's papers.
Siuikui.aso.?At her residence, 336 1-exlngton av.,
on her birthday, February 22, J ass McC'lkllan, wtf?
of Judge Jonah Sutherland.
Not Ice of funeral hereafter.
Spai'luixu Suddenly, on the 2uth Inst., Hon. AlkXA.NUKU
SPAILMNi;.
The funeral will take place from his late residence,
No l?y West tilst st, on Weduesday, February 23, at
balf past teu A. M
At a special meeting of the General Committee ol
the New York Democracy, of tho Nineleouth Assembly
district, held ou Tuesday evening, February 22, 1876,
at I'rlor's Hall, Mauhattunvtlle, the follow nig rssolu
lions wen- unanimously adopted:?
Whereas ou the dc-ceaso of our friend, member and
wurthy President, lion. Alexander Spauhtiug, we have
met with nu Irreparable loss, both as a citizen and s
companion, we will most deeply regret his absence
from our meetings and his association with us.
Resolved, Thai we express to his family our warmest
sympathy In their sad bereavement.
Resolved Tli.lL oil Wedlioi.fl,iv next sr ten
A. M , llio members ul this committee attend the
funeral of our doceuaed member, at hta late residence,
No. D9 Wost tilst ?t.
Resolved, That these resolutions he published.
UKORtiL' W. OAKI-HY, Secretary.
Wilso*.?Suddenly, ou Tuesday murium;, Feb. 22,
Hkmiiktti. wife of William (!. Wilson,of llUa rlty. and
daughter of tlio late Richard 0> Crocherun, aged 27
years.
Funeral services >t Calvary Church, corner 4th av.
and 21st si., on the 2fith Inst., at one o'clock.
Woods.?February 22, Cathkrisk, the beloved wife
of Thomas Woods, aged 110 years.
The relatives and friends ol the family, also those of
her brother, Johu Sunth. are respectfully luvited to
at tend the funeral, frym her late residence, 676 3d av.,
ou Thursday, February 24, at one o'clock.
FOR SALK.
A FIRST CLASS CORNER LIQUOR STOKE AT A
sacrifice. LEOVI). 20 Broadway.
A NEW DOMESTIC si w INu MACHINE, WITH
.'V cover and extension table, a second hand Domes
tic, same style, If 10. Cull at til Hlcecker si., near Broadway
RESTAURANT, NEAR POST OFFICE. FORJBdO;
. also Sample Rooms, tMgar Stores. MITCHELL, 77 Ce<
dar st.
KOCKRV STOKESFORSALK CHEAP: ALSO
. Moat Markets, Fish and Oyster Stands. MITCHELL,
77 Cedar st.
4 ?BAKKKIKS FOR SALE C1IKAI'; ALSO CONFEO" ,
V , tiomries Stationeries, Furnishing Uoodt Stores, Drug
si.iim, MITCHELL, 77 Cedar st.
A RESIA l R A NT.~L A1> i ES' 1)1 NI NO ROOMS, LIQUOR
, V and Oyster Bar, private supper rooms, with furnished
rooms compute, cheap*, ureal bar vain; p s>* i n v well; near
Broadway. OAFFNEY A SMI I II . nfliee, 17 Centre st.
"A FIRST* CUSS "CORNER ' LIQUOR STORE?i
JI eacrillce. Apply at 147 Fast 0*2.1 si
BA KKR YIT) R~S AL K ?DO IN O A HOOD BUM NKRH)
sold on account of the owner huviug other busiuess.
Apply to LA NO .* ROBINSON, No. 1 Front st.
/ 'oRNi'-R GROCERY IN A GOOD LOCATION, Uui.su
V) a cash hneines*; $3.10.
CIlKIsTALLKK, No. 17 Abinedou square.
1 kltfii"isTURK K)R #;i7.V NEATLY FITTED;' FAIN
J * ?t<K*k. Ad?lre?n H. W., box 147 Herald oNice.
jClOR lALK STATioNLKY AM) TOY SToKK, 127
I Mum 42d *t., near Grand Central depot.
For salr.?a lot ok cTTmkohitor'h stand?,
very cheap. J. L. K NIG I IT, Bennett Building, room
6, (1th story.
F" OK "SALE ?A LOT OK - *? "KV'UBKKKIKL HOSE,
suitable lor filling or waihing hollers. J. L. KNIGHT,
Bennett Building, room 0, Oth Ntory.
OK HALK?AN~"OLD~KSTABLLSHKl> AN1> FIRST
I clius Bakery. doing s good huniuess; terius reasonable.
AddrenH box 105 Herald oflict.
ITIOR BALK?A FIRST CLANS 7)YSTEK~AND CHOP
House, iu it great thoroughfare, or wnulil tnkc it partner
that understands the oyster business: a small capital tar
quired. Address W? tiox 12ft Herald office.
1"jV)B S VLK?CORNKK LlyUOR STORK] ON AO1
count of sh l-nes*; stock and fixtures, If-'kK); bargain.
Apply to J. M. CHIilSTALLKK, Auctioneer, 17 Abingdoa
square, 8th av.
KKNNEHEC RIVERTCE-8LMMER~DELIVERY OH
board. For aale bj
WITHEKKLL A JONES.
No. tl Wall at.
OYSTER AC., COFFEE AND CAKE SALOON FOB
sale?Near theatre and ball room ; inuat be sold a burgain.
or will take a partner. Apply al northwest corner ol
;i_d at. and Oth av.
(2*T 7 - ?AN OLD ESTABLISHED STENCIL PLAT1
C I I Rualneaa for (ale ; Stock. Tools, Hood Will. Ac.(
llluoaa of proprietor reason for telling. Apply at 4U Fulton
at., upstairs.
HACHINKH1.
SHAFTINii AND FL'LLIES, ALL SIZES. FOR 8ALEAt
a sacrifice ; also a drain Iviln ; approved patteru|
daily capacity, 1,000 bushelu. HOLESKIS, 27t? Cherry at.
HOC 8KB, KOOMs, AC H'A.VTEB.
In thla City anil llrooklyn.
t SUIT OF PARLORS. SL'ITAHLE FOR A MEDI.
J\. cal office, wanted In the viclnltv of Union aquare or
pood business part of the city Call on or address Mrs.
ANNIE FRANKLIN. SHi West Slid at.
DENTIST RKoUlKEH A FLOOR OF~ TWO OR
three Koonis, between JRd and 4ftth its., either in a private
bouse or a Hat nicely situated; would not object to a
public building near Forty-second street depot. Addieta
IIAKNARD, Herald Uptown Branch office .
N ELDERLY-LADY WISHES TWO OR TIIREB
Rooms, without board. In a strictly private family, between
114th and 4Mth St.. east of nth av. Address, stating
terms and location, J. L., Herald offire.
MOUSES W ANTED- Ft' ItN I ?lI ED~ AND UMFl'R.
nisheil. between Lexington nnd ?tli mi, from l.'ith In
50th ?t. K. CARRY. Real Estate Broke* 1 .'.'tlH Kruiilwuv
\irANTKD BY A UHNTLEW \N AN I' X Fl ?ICS IS II KID
it trout Kooni, not less than 12 feet square, with a private
family or a widow lady: terms niuat bo moderate. Ad
dress J. F. J., bo* 47f> Post office, city.
iy antKn-kok ai?ViJr>iviTvkait*. 'a~pl??t oc
VV fonr or ivr loin, on the west aide, between 42d and
fe.Uli it*. Address BUSINESS, bos 1142 Herald Uptown
Branch oflhe
I1MNTEU HV'lST OK ATB.lL DRnjIMIHkD, A
VV First Floor, between 14th and :*Hh ita, and Mb and lith
nvs. Address, mentioning location and rent, A. A., tlerald
Uptown lirancb oilier.
iy A NTK11?BY A KAMI~LY OF FOUR ADULTS. A
V V F I rat or Second Floor or four or live Rooms, partially fur
nished.ga* bath Ac., rent about (Hi per month: inuat be
centrally located. Address ECONOMY, bo* 'Art Herald
offic^.
\\T ANTED TO 1.KAHK?AN .UNFURNISHED iHOUSE,
VV loeatod between Madison av. and Broadway.aud.2Htn
and ltd 111 sta.; rent not to exceed $2,000. Addreaa U. W.,
llerald Uptown Branch olflco.
W'ANTKD-BV A HM ALL FAMILY. TIIIIKK Olt FOUR
VV itifnmiidied Rooms, with all conveniencea for housekeeping,
in trood location, went aldo ; rent $2?l to $25. Ad?
dross A. II.. box lib) llerald (Tptown Branch office.
\\J"ANTED-KIV>: bit SIX ROOMS FOB HOUSE KEEPVV
inc. in Rood location, not over $25 per month. Addreaa
LEW IS, .'21 Kant 4?tli ?t.
WAM'KD-A FRENCH FLAT OT SIX ROOMS. WITH
all m uein iniprovemeula;rent between t-Oi and $24
iu tlrat class neighborhood; immediate p >sseasion.
J. A. B.. No. U Woat 4tb St.
In the Country.
\XTANTED TO KENT OB BUY?A BRICK BUILDINO
VV ol medium sise, for manufacturinpurposes Addreaa
K> vtriK location and particulara, W. A 8., llerald offica.
INSTRUCTION.
DIIOFUSSOIt HI LEWS MESMERIC CLASS MEETS
I Tburaday, 24th. H P. St., 2114 Eaat Iltb at.; iustruc*
lion. (in. _____
r*A('TlCAL LESSONS IN 7KKNCH. $S PIR
month; conversation; no grammar la required Call on
or addreaa FRENCH TKAt'ltEB. No. 47 West 24th et.
J.I1V I'KK VI AlllElt FRENCH AND MUSIC LME??IU
(one. by a Parisian lady. Frea claaaea evary day,
uto H, evening. Apply at 7tU (ltb a v.
bEUAL XOTlt'KM.
VfOTICE.?ISABEL STEWART. OK ROMANS, HIAi.i
ler ul the late William Stewart, Farmer Coratorphiue
Bank, near Eidiuburgb, and widow of tha late Archibald
Itoniana. sometime millwright at Hobba' mills, iu Scotland
or her children, are requested to communicate with Robert
Meualea, 8. S. C., No. 5 North dt David at., Edinburgh,
ageut for tha testamantary trustee of the raid William
Stewart, who holds nart of tha residue o( the deceased's
aetata, In wliich the ?n I hn children tra Interacted.
?1 Altill.K MANTKI.S. __
IJTKWAHrs Sl.ATK, M AIt 111, K AND WOOD MANTELS?
O New and elegant designs. from fill op. The (rati* liberally
dealt with. 290 and 222 Wait IKld at.
watchki, jkwkutl, *c. ~
AT 77 HLKKfKt.K NT. NKAIt HKOADWAV, WONKY"
advanced ?n Dlamondt, Waiehea, Jewelry. Ac.; alto
fawnbrokera' Ticketa bejgbl of diamonds, watchea, Ae. 71
bleecker at.
* MKK1CAN OKKUK - fTbjUM. - DIAMOND*
J\ Watchea. Jewelry, Silverware. Valuablea. Ac., boughl
told and exahanged. ia-eise negotiated. Decided bargain)
In Dianioiids. Watchea. Ac Kstaoliehed 1H.V4.
J. II. HAKKINOKK, Dealer 7:tl> Broadway.
TNIAMOND LOikKT-* .?. Wok'i'M &+>);' VlNKMl
\J white Diamond). MILLS A (lOliKMAN, INt* Orand at
Monki on diamond*. wat<; ii km. ao.?diamond*.
Watches, Jewelry, Silverware and Haal Sanjuei
bought and sold back wlien desired at a very email advance.
UKo. Al.I.KN, Jeweller, 11,110 Broadway, near Jtrtli ad.
No. hi; buoadwav. coknfk iytii nr.-loans
Decollated. Diamonds, Watchaa, India Khawia Ac.
n..uwl>l end a/Jd be Islil II A H It
QKMTirrn*.
A SET ?r TKETU MADE IN TlillKK HOURS AT
II" 34th tl., btttMii ?th ud 7tb ???.. naar Broad
way.?Special mechanical dentlatry: coral, lubber, roaa, .
pearl, whalebone rubber, (old and plallna Sate; Blum para.
Kai(uiat?M. Ae. Take araau car I mat lirend airaei ferry. ar
till a*, cat or Broadway car*
NKWBBOfqn. 138 Wept 34th at.
BKAUTIKI I. AKTI MClAli TBKTti, #8: 8INULK
tl. Warranted ailrar Ollinga. 30c Naw York Doatai
Kooma 903 0tb ar., aaar lOtb at. Katabllelwd W

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