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THE COURTS.
Devlin's Suit to Compel Tweed's Ring
Allies to Disgorge.
application for a keceiyf.r denied
Property of a Mining Superintendent
Attached.
THE CITY MULCTED IX A HEAVY VERDICT.
,
Ghosts of Black Friday and
Jay Gould.
A subject of lengthy argument yesterday in Supreme
Court Chambers, belorc Judge Oonobue. wits a motion
In tbo suit brought by Charles Devlin against the city,
the Board of Supervisors, Attorney General Kairchild,
Corporation Counsel Whitney, Jackson S. Scbultz, John
H. Keyscr, Andrew J. Garvey, Richard U. Connolly and
James 11. Ingcrsoll, for the appointment of a rocciver
of all the claims against certain ol the dofeiulunla who
are charged with having through conspiracy obtuined
large sums from the city and county treasury. Iho
appointment of such a rocciver Is asked for, that ho
muy prosecute the ullogod conspirators aud their estates
and thus endeavor to obtain a restoration of the sums
of which they have dclruudcd tho city ami county.
Too court room was thronged, aud the arguments ol tlio
respective counsel wero listened to with great interest.
)fr. Dudley Field aud Ex-Judgo Uosworth uppearod lor
tho motion aud Messrs. Wheeler II. rockhutu and
Cburloa O'Conor appeared In opposition, although tho
latter gentleman, to the great disappointment ol many
present, did not participate lu the argument.
The paper* were Urn read In the case in sup|>ort of
the motion. Tbeso embraced a statement of the bases
ot tho suit, which wore stated to bo negligence
of prosecution of various members of
the old Court House Ring, uud tho fact
that the statuto of limitations would soon bo u
bar to any prosecution of these casos, and that this suit
was the only possible method for obtaining a restoration
of immenso sums out of which tho city and county
were defraudeu through such alleged conspiracy* In
opposition to the motion was read a very lengthy
fttluavit by Mr. Pocltham. This was nothing more nor
less than an epitomized history of the King suits. It
was a pretty old and familiar matter, and yet tho recital
of the details, while on the <m? burnt us interesting
as tho graphic story revealing tho hiddeu history of tho
gunpowder plot, seemed almost a marvellous counterpart
of tho Arabian tales, suggestive of All Uuba and
Aladdin. It is unnecessary to recite these iumiliar
(acts. So "open sesame" over doveloped such splendor
of riches
Mr. Field made tho opening argument. He began
by readlug the act passed by the Legislature in 180U,
under which the present action Is brought, such act
conferriug the right upon any taxpayer lu the city to
Institute such proceeding. .Mr. uuvnn. us u taxpayer,
he claimed, was authorized to bnug the suit, and tho
bona lldcs of the suit was not a mutter to he considered.
The object of the act wus to encourago just
such actions. The suit was not brought In any th rd
party's interest, hut to bcncllt the city. Mr. Devlin
did not waul any receiver on his own behalf, anifthoro
was no imputation on Mr. Kuirchild or Mr. Whitney,
who recently bernmc olllcials. and tho suit was not
brought against thctn in any offensive sense. It was
now 187U; the frauds worn discovered In 1871, and
there wus practically nothing done about these claims.
The Attorney tioneral and tlio Corporation Counsel
wero the one- who must put the machinery in motion.
If these suits were not instituted pretty soon tlicy
would havo to be dismissed lor waul of prosecution.
1 be parties whom they sought to prosecute still had in
tlioir possession tBeir stolen money, and the object of
the present suit was to compel lis restoration, and tho
only effectual way to do it, ho Insislod, was by the
plan proposed, the appointment ol a receiver.
Mr. Pcckhum, in a lengthy response, claimed that
this action wus Lrought not in good latin, and that Iih
tbjcct was not to hcnotlt the cttv, but to hulp Mr.
Tweed. While the statute wus all right, he Insisted
ihut it was discretionary w ith the Court as to allowing
my such suit as the present one to be prosecuted
luuer such statute. The object ol tlio statute he
Muitns was to meet tho contingency of want of prosecution
of claims ol this character. In the present cose
ho contended thut these suits had been prosecute I
with all tbo rigor possible, that n largo sum ban already
boen realized Iront the Waisou estate through
tucb prosecution: that a verdict for over fii,<100,0011
tad been obtained against Tweed, and lliul suits wero
till pending against Connolly and others In Kuropo
which were now being prosecuted. As lor lugersoil, lie
was pardoned out ol prison upou (he condition of his
giving valuable testimony, which be had given.
Uarvey and Kevser had also given valuable testimony.
The evidence of these three parlies had been received
as Slate's evidence, and was a bar to civil though not
criminal prosecutions. In the case of Ilelknup, at
Washington, it was found necessary to obtuiii the tes
iitnony of Marsh, which could only bo procured upon
the ossulance of the latter'* exemption I runt prosecution.
80 in pruaecuting Tweed, they had to accept the
testimony of lngersoll, Gurvey and Keyser In order to
secure Tweed's conviction.
Kx-Judge Bosv.-orth followed with quite a lengthy
argument In reply to Mr. I'eckhain. He insisted that
the motive of the plaintiff was immaterial, and that a
party who has a good cause of action cannot ho defeated
on the ground that bis motive Is sinister. Ho
asked that the act In questtou be liberally construed, as
being lor the public bonotil. The papers, he said,
showed that Garvev and Key.-cr wore ready and willing
to restore their share of the stolen plunder, but no
Steps bad been taken to show the amount of their indebtedness
or to recover the money they bad fraudulently
obtained, llo contended that the receiver need
only look alter these small sums, whilo llio opposing
counsel could prosecute the larger claims. All they
wished to do was to wake up the sleeping municipality
and recover moneys which otherw ise would he lost
to the city and couuty treasury.
Judge Honohue said that he ;?w no necessity of giving
the mutter any special consideration. The case, In
bis view, was a very clear odc, and. being left discretionary
with the Court, he tegurded it his duty to deny
the application, and directed an order to be entered to
this effect,
AN IMFORTAN'T MINING SUIT.
A salt to recover $1,200,000 has been brought by tho
Union Consolidated Mining Company agdnst Jul.us
E. Raht and others. The basis of tbe salt is un alleged
conversion by the defendants of a largo quantity of
valuable ore In tho platntifls' mines and misappropriation
of tnonoy and securities. Mr. Kaht, it is lurtlicr
averred, was for sixteen years a superintendent in tbe
uunes of the l"nlon CoosolWated Mining Company,
and the alleged conversion took place while ho win
acting aa the agent ot the company. An attachment
was obtained by the plaintiffs against Mr.
Rahl's property In tliia city, on the
{round that he was a nonresident debtor,
lie betug a resident of Tennessee. 'I be case came up
in tbe .supreme Court ycaterday bi ioro Judge I.awrence
on a motion to vacate tbe attachment. This motion
was urged on the ground that a case of conversion
was not m l lurtli in ihu original complaint and that
tbo Court could not regard the amended complaint,
inasmuch as It was made previous to tbe flllng of the
original complaint. There was ulso included In tbe
motion an application to reduce tbe attachment. Iu
opposition to tbo motion it was contended that tbe attachment
was granted under proper affidavit and as
required by the ('ode; that tbe amended complaint bad
been tiled in proper time aud was to be trented as tbe
only complaint in tbe action. At tho lonciuamn of tbo
argument Judge Lawrence took the papers, Reserving
bia decision.
MARRY THE DEVIL'S DAUGHTER.
For several days past, as ulready reported, there has
been on trial before Judge Larrcmoro, holding Supreme
Court, 8pectal Term, a suit brought bv Mrs. Ella
Mclirlde, against i**tnuc! McKrtde, tbo |>oint in Issue
being tbe construction of a will. Some rather curious
testimony was elicited yesterday in the examination of
a witness named Mrs. Aun S. Tiusdale.
one of the questions put to llio wHiimi
"He Mia thin." promptly answered the witness,
'Rather than marry her I'd marry the devil's daughter
and go and live with the old couple.' "
til court* there waa a general laush at this, and the
ease 1*11 Into its wooiad groove of dulncs*. It, however,
happily came to a speed v though unexpected ooucluaion.
liuring receta and tiefo're all the tesilniony waa in the
counsel held a consultation, and n negotiation wan at
once made for a settlement. The contesliuiln agreed to
a decree affirming the will, nnd the piainlilT agreed to
give a mortgage on the estate lor the amount in con
test Judge Lariemore upproted ol this win ling up of
the case, and a settlement was ordered u< eordingly.
HEAVY CITY VERDICT.
Very quick work wag made of an important full
brought to trial yesterday, before Judge Harreli, holding
Supreme Court, Circuit. Tbu cu.-e wss the suit
brought by the Metropolis n lias Light Company vs.
1 ha Cny, to recover IIU..III it lor gns turmnlo d iu
1X74. 'I hi* case wan doleniled on the ground that the
plalnltlT omitted certain necessary i-lgnalorea to the
collii act papers Judge Km loll thought it was a most
ouiingt-ous defence, aud ilirii'M a verdict lor the
p.aiiiillf lor the lull amount claimed.
"BLACK FRIDAY" SUITS.
Iu Ihc Supreme Court, Cin nil. before Judge Itarrelt.
there wns reached lor tnul yesterday lit* tuit of it*,
will C. 1'sylor ii|'.ilnsl Jay Could. The suit is it test
Ma', nnd ouu u. lu.iiiy i roMght against Jay Could, In
i?it.g iLuuusivs ate iltuUtcd to tne exieul ol several
NEW T(
millions for the refusal or Gould to recolvo gold
alleged lo have been purcba;.od by his orders on
"Black Friday." TUo unawer ol Gould in thu case is
that It was a iuero gambling operation, ami void under
the statute. There appeared as counsel for the plaintiir
In this, and those in similar suits, Messrs. Algernon
S. Sullivan, Wheeler K. reckhutu, ltobert Ludlow
Fowler und Robert J. Sewcll. and for the defendant,
Messrs. William A. Beach, Aaron J. Vatiderpoel and
Shearman and Sterling. After selecting a jury the
case was adjourned to this morning.
THE NIGHT-SOIL CONTRACT.
In 1806 Daniel Gallagher entered Into a contract with
the city for the night-soil, and agreed to pay $4,000 a
year. The city failed lo comply with Ibo contract,
aud be has brought suit for $SU0,000 damages A motion
was made yesterday in Supreme Court Chambers,
before Judge Donoliue, by Mr. I'uan, Assistant Corpo;
ration Counsel, to b..\e the Board of Health tuado a
party delcndaut tu the suit. This was resisted by Mr.
George H. Starr, in tin argument of considerable
length, after which Judge Douohuo took the papers,
reserving his decision.
DECISIONS.
8UPBEME COCBT? CHAMBERS.
By Pudge Donohue.
Hytnan vs. Abruiiums. ?Motion denied. Memoran
aum.
Marshall vs. Cooper.?Motion granted, unless plaintin
at once proceed with the came and in duo course
try the same
I'htlllps vs. heavy; Croawell e. ltay.?Motions denied.
&
Cumoron vs. Mittnacht; Piatt vs Piatt? Motions
granted. Memorandums.
Clark vs. Douoldsou.?Plaintiff is entitled to apply
the $700 in his judgment, the attorney to have the
within order entered as asked, except tn that respect.
Beichcrt vs. The Independent Tumors of the Klevuulh
Ward.?Motion graulea
Mutter of Comports.?Resettlement denied.
Muttoi of opening Brook avenue.?Memorandum.
Carroll vs. Wallace; Matter of Lowcrie; liortou vs.
Chavo; Gano vs. McCuun; Powers vs. Utard?Opiuion.
Guulier vs. The Dougluss Manufacturing Company.?
Settled. Memorandum.
ilradhurst vs. Bell; Sumo vs. Same.?Surety In
$1,000.
llavvley vs. Griffith; Same va Same.?Orders granted.
llntch vs. Iliitlmuu.?Bond approved.
Lowery vs. Whitney.?Allowance to plaintiff, $100;
to T. G. Strong, lor defendant, $doO.
Matter ol Moody; Ryder vs. Ryder; Clark vs. Donaldsou.?Grunted.
VlcGlyuu vs. MnrslutlL ?Motion denied.
By Judge Lawrence.
Kills vs. Foster and another.?( am very strongly Inclined
to the op'inon that the order appointing a receiver
in this case should not bo continued. The matter
was submitted without arguuiout. The tuels are,
perhaps, us fully staled as tbey can be. As the matter
should be speedily determined 1 will hear counsel on
Wednesday next at Circuit, Part 2, at threo o'clock
P. M., and either party may OU or bdloro Tuesday,
March '28, serve additional ullldavits on the other.
Newton vs. the Continental Bank.?Motion (or a resettlement
of order by giving leave to renew is douicd,
without costs.
Craveu vs. Giles.?Order as nettled on roargument
Mattor of W'tlllam S. McGruih.?If the petitioner
thinks that ho con maintain his action against there- |
coivor on the stale of (acts presented by the affidavits
1 am disposed to give him an opportunity to establish ;
his case. Motion grunted; no costs.
Kldndge vs. Aiaciiiy.?i am ui mo ?|uniuu uiqi, tuu
statute ot IHtl- bus not lultcn away from the Court tho
power which, us ttio successor of the Court of
Chancery, is possessed under the Revised Statute", to
direct that witnesses examined under n commission
may tie examlnod uud re-examined orully. (Sec. 2
; Jl. S., Edmund's Ed., |). 157; sec. S3, marginal paging
ISO; also sec. 88). II the jiowcr exists the case u|i- {
]>eur8 to bo a proper one lor im exercise; and II the' I
case is one iu which the power should be exercised I
must loliow the decision of tlid General Term ot this :
Court in tbe case of Clayton vs. Kurriuglou, lti Abbott, I
p. 278. An order will be entered, on one day's notice,
in coml'ormity with these views.
bronnnn vs. The Mayor, Ate.?I'nder our present j
system ot procedure it does not seem to me to be necessary
lor the deletidant to bring an action to set aside
the judgment rclcrred to In the complaint. It there
; was Iraud on tho judgment aud In ita equitable powers
{ the Court cun relievo on an auswer setting forth tho
; lacts an well as upon acoinpluint brought directly for
that purpose, (liolan vs. l'carce, 2 Ken., 1 ,'*).) The.
Judgment in the lormor suit iipuonr* to be conclusivo
' us to tho point that the plaintiff, being a public ofllcer,
j could become llio uSHignoc of Mr. Cadden s loase. That
was the point Involved UOder the circumstances I do i
i not think that the Judgment precludes the ddlcudunls
I ; r u.i alleging ibe conspiracy set lorth in the amended
' auswer. Tbey ullege thut they were ignorant of the
. lacts ut the time the original answer was served, and .
any apparent luel.e" secin to be explained and ex- I
cu.K'd. (Foster vs. Wood, 1 J. C., (NX) Tho facts now 1
| sought to he pleaded wero not directly lu issue in tho i
former case. (1 tireeuleaf. section 528.) 1 shall also j
' allow the alleged eouuter claims to he pleaded. 11 unsound
thuy can be tested on demurrer. The terms of
the uiueudmcul will bo the payment of tho crsts ol tho
action to tho proseul nine and costs of motion.
Komuiu vs. Garth.?In tbe abseuce ol a consent by
all the names this' cose cannot be referred. Whatever
may be ultimately determined tu be the rights ol'
the defendant, Kennett, ou the luce of the pleadings lie
! is u proper and necessary party to the action, and It is,
therefore, coni|>clciit for* him to tako the objection thut
i tho cose is not one In which a compulsory reference or
] h reference on the consent of sotuc of the parties can
BUPBKME COUBr?SPECIAL TEAM.
By Judge Van Vorst
j Millard vs. Ferguson ot aL?Complaint disnRe-ed.
! Opinion.
Mullor v>. Jncoby ot hi?I do not ttitnk the tender of
Intercut proven, and an to the other tender It wad insul;
flu lent judgment lor planum'.
By Judge Van BruuL
Hrinkley vs. Bniikley.?Moinorandum upon findings.
SUPEBIOfi COUBT?SrECLAL XEBM.
By Judge Curtis.
Jog-up ct aL vs. Carnegie.? Motion for leave to filo
! supplcnioutul answer granted on puytuont of coata of
opposing motion.
Jeasup et al. vs. Dillf ot aL?Motion lor leave to file
supplemental answer granted on payment ol coats of
opposing motion.
Matter ol Valentine Oason and Andrew 1, Roberts
. to be discharged I'roui imprisonment, Ee.?Order de
j Dying application lor dischurge, \c.
Hclimalkols vs. Mbller.?Kefcretice ordered,
j O'Kourkc vs. Taylor. ? Motion denied, with 110costs, i
Peach vs. Vaucvony.?Interrogatories sullied.
Kenny vs. Ives; Warper vs. llarper; Meiidelheimer
vs. Meyer; NVcidliUger vs. ltailey; Liheiilhal vs.
Stevenson; The New Boston Canal aud Mimug Company
vs. Pucker.?Orders grunted.
COMMON PLEA8?SPECIAL TEBM.
By Judge Van Brunt.
Kliza Jane Walker vs. Joseph Walker.?No case for I
au injunction la made out by the complaint herein.
Joseph Walker vs. Eliza June Witiker.?Not being
able Irom these papers to understand the uuture of Uelenduuis
motion it must be domed.
Bunco Vf. liedden.?Bond tor eosls in ftiSO ordered.
liuuimcrsloin vs. Morgan?Motion tleuied; no power
| to grant motion niter judgment.
Ileilly vs. The Knickerbocker Ice Company.?Upon
the delendants serving slipu.alion as amended, motion
denied; otherwise granted.
I Monteil vs. StebL?Motion granted.
Waters vs. Crswlord.?The cane of Smith vs. Wood- I
ruff decides that a receiver who sues without leave ol i
I .. . -I.....I.I l?. ...,. l? ti.n-M.innilu I.,1.1., I,... .....i.
1 John August Dossier vs. Eliza liussler.?Keporl of j
I reti ree conlirmed nu<i decree granted plaintiff.
Kevre vs. Ketlogg.? Molten don tod. Costa to abide
event. Soc memorandum.
Freiberg vs. Conner.?Motion granted unless plalutlff
pay costs of this motion within live days.
McOuire vs. Jcnuey.?Moilou granted on tcrina Sea
memorandum.
> lUpatrick va. O'Brien, 4c. ? Plaintiff a complaiDt
i dismissed, with leave to amend upon payment of all
co.-ts subsequent to decision of Uenural i'crin of Court
. of Common l'lous.
Mooney vs. (ioodbearl?Motion grunted on payment
1 of costs.
Matter of Mellon.?Motion denied. See memo*
' raudutn.
( ay nor va. Mobao.?Motion to relax denied.
Hennessey va SediarA?Motion grunted on payment
of costs subsequent to service of complaint and (10
' costs ol tins luotiou.
Morange vs. Bouldoin.?Motion deniod, with $10
' costs to ubitle event.
Itoss, Jr., vs. Martin.? Motion lor commission denied
and cause put on calendar tor March do lor trial.
Hermann va Holmes.?Motion denied.
Kileii I>u Meyer va Jules de Meyer.?Uelcrcc'a report
I con 11 rued.
COMMON PLEAS?EQUITY TERM.
By Judge Van Brunt.
| Davis vs. Kiley.? 1 don't think that the (GO can bo
; allowed. Tlie (10 is allowed.
Bruggermuriu va The Continental Life Insurance
Company. ? Kind lugs sell led.
Uernet vs. Kcaslor.?No personal judgment can bo
i rendered agalust Keasier. Opinion.
Kaiuena vs. Wanner.?I'laiutitl's complaint dis- .
missed with costa Opinion.
MARINE COUllT CHAMBERS.
By Judge McAdatn.
Diossy va Yohm ; Van Nance va. liunlon; Wolf va
Salomon.?See op
liallock vs. 1 I 'i'inurrer overruled.
Harris va llama?Default opened on tcrma
Kising vs. l'asseger.? Motion to vucute srrcst j
! gran led.
White vs. Dondy.?Motions donied (two motions).
i (jingo vn w hitiiey.? mo witness muil produce
Ihc contract or a ?worn copy.
boascrl v*. Donnelly.? I'bo taxation of tbe clcra la
l&rinvd.
tieruer va Duforme.?Motion denied without costs.
It.ioiih.igen va Baxter ? Kelerred to F. W. B. Ken
nedr,
D.osie t*. Fsrrell; Devlin va. Goetmano.?Motions
' to disnuaa notion.- granted.
Wutrou* va Yolkraing; Eisig va LicUenatoin;
Froiiiinghum va Dislieeker; Meyer va Marweue.?
Motion# to advance tame* granted.
.?lever va Empire Laundry.?Motion denied.
1'i.dcrlilll va. Sherry.?Aiiachineni ordered.
At<antic State Bank va Ueritherg.? Motion granted.
liy Judge Sheridan
The Holmes k Urcgga Maiiuiacturing Company.?
I Caae settled.
SUMMARY OP LAW CASES.
Mr. Joseph J. 0 Donohuo waa yesterday appointed j
by Judge Donchue Receiver ol the McCunu estate.
In the Lulled Slates District Court the governmvut
have brought suit aAaiual WiUuuu C. Wiiaoo to
)RK HERALD, TUESDAY,
recover $4,000 unpaid cu8looit duties claimed to bo
due.
Suits have also been brought against Samuel Try on
and Baldwin N. Pox to recover $5,000 each, debt
claimed to be duo in taxes; and against Juntos N.
Piatt for $5,000 debt in tuxes aud $1,000 penally.
In the Court of Oyer and Terminer, before Judge
Barrett, nothing was done in the cose of Roinatne Dillon,
who shot J. It. Dliliber at the Westminster Hotel,
In consequence of the medical men uppoioted to investigate
the question of Dillon's insanity not yet bav
lug muutf vueir report.
Judge Van Brunt yesterday denied the cross motions
in the Walker divorco suit The respective counsel
are studying out the next strategic ujovos. Meantime
two additional suits have been brought?one tor
alleged slander and one for alleged libel.
Judge Curtis, holding Superior Court, Special Term,
granted a writ of habeas corpus yesterday in the case
or Nelly McCarthy, committed by l'olice Justice Murray
to the House o( the Good Shepherd. It is claimed
that the commitment was illegal. The writ was made
returnable to morrow, when the lacts will be Investigated.
The case of the Cnited States vs. Robert Brown,
charged with stabblug H. U. Symoods, tlrst othcor of
the bark Brunswick, of Portland, Me., and who was
brought here In custody from Montevideo, has been
set down lor examination before Commissioner Shields
to-morrow, the accused allogos that the stabblug was
done in sclf-dclcnce.
Meyor Meyers, of this city, formerly of Petersburg,
Va., was yesterday held by Commissioner Shields to
await a warrant ol removal on an Indictment lound lu
the I niled states Circuit Court for the Kustern District
ol Virginia, charglug htm with removing spirtlsfroui his
distillery without pityiug the necessary duties. He gave
bonds in $ 1,600, and expresses a period willingness to
moot the chaigo.
In tho suit of Mrs. Kldridgo kgatnsl Dr. Maclay, a
motion was made nomo time ago beloro Judge Lawrence
(or a commission to rc-exarnine a witnuss living
out of tho State, who had already been examined in
tho action. Judge Lawrence grunted the uiolion yesterday,
holding that the decision of the (leneral Term
In the case of Cluyion vs. Partington gave bun the
right to do so.
A writ of habeas corpus, Issued to recover possession
by Mrs. Barrett of her child, In llio possession of us
father, was returned yesterday before Judge Douobue,
who dented the writ und remanded tho child to the custody
ol tho fnther. As the parties reached the lobby
In the Court llouso the mother made a violent rush lor
the child and quite a scene occurred, each parent striving
for tho mastery. Tho father eventually triumphed.
rue trial ol runeke vs. llie >cw tork Mutual insurance
Company was continued yesterday be lore Judge
San lord, of the Superior Court, General Sturm was a
witness, but his testimony was not vory important,
l'rolessor Dorcmus was wailing all day, expecting to bo
called us a witurss to glvo the result ol a microscopic
inspection ol tlu; check lor $1,500 alleged to have beau
allerod by 8 pence l'cltus, tbe convicted lorgor.
It is claimed lhatowlug to an error in the lind'ngs In
the suit ol the Christopher and Tenth Strdct Railroad
vs. the Central and Crosstown Railroad, tried buloro
Judge Vuu Itruui. and in which Judgment was given
lor tho defendants, allowing tliein to run their cars
over the track to tho loot of Christopher street, tho
Hlccckcr Street Kuilroad have* usurped the privilege
thus granted. An application was made to Judge Douohuo,
In Suprome Court, Chambers, yesterday, 10 have
tho judgment and findings corrected so as to exclude
tho Uiccckcr street roud. Tho Cofirt took the papers.
COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS.
Boforo Recorder Hackett.
MOltK KIVEB THIEVES.
In the Court of General Sessions yesterday Andrew
Gallagher, Frank Moruu and Morris Sullivan were
arraigned under an indictment lor having, as alleged,
on tho night of tho 10th iuat., boarded tho lighter
Allda, which was lying at the Toot of lOtlth street, and
stolon twenty hldos, worth $150, besides a lot ol ropo.
When the thieves were discovered by Thomas W. Custunce,
captain of tho criilt, they tired u|>ou him and
upou two policemen who had louud their wuy to tho
scene. Moruu udmittod tiis guilt, and was sent to Stuto
l'rison (or tlve years. Assistant District Attorney Herring
entered a nolle prosequi in the case of Gallagher,
and Sullivau Insisted upon it trial, which wus nut concluded
when tho Court adjourned.
A BOUGH VISITOR.
Waiter Byrnes, of Na 130 Monroe strcot, who, on Do
comber 23 lust, created a disturbance at tho house o1
Sylvester Osborn, und on being ordered out struck Mr.
Oshorn In tho fuco with his (1st, pleaded guilty to assault
iwd battery, and wus scut to the runltcntiary for
nine months.
a horse thief sentenced.
'William Williams, who stole two horses and a truck
from In front of the storo at No. 24 Spring street, on
February 10, was tried for grand larceny. The defence
wus that he was drunk at tho time. The Jury did not
seem to think the excuse sulUcicnt, and tho prisoner
wus aunt to htuto Prison lor lour yoara.
WASHINGTON PLACE POLICE COURT.
Before Judge Kilbrqth.
burg la by.
John Kunss, of No. 110 Kosl Fifteenth street, was
held in $1,000 for burglariously entering tho basoracnt
| of tho church at tho corner of Thirty-ninth stroct and
Madison avenue aud stealing tbcrofroni a bat valued at
twonty-flve cents. The complainant was tho soxton,
Charles Plowrlgbt, of No. 413 Fourth avonuc, who
stated that the prisoner on Sunday afternoon broko
one of the basement windows and took the hat. Tho
prisoner claimed that ho was intoxicated, but this was
disproved by tbo oillcor who made tho arrest.
toe excise i.aw.
John Barrow, of No. 204 West Forly-sccond street;
Patrick McCabe, of No. 475 Eleventh avenue; John
Eagan, of No. 488 Tenth avenue, aud Cttarloe Moltor,
01 No. 72 Eighth avenue, were hold In $100 oucU for
violation of the Excise law.
the lottery laws.
On complaint of Ofllc.er Bush, of the Ninth precinct,
John Smith, of No 721 Waah.nglon street, was held In
$500 for violation of the lottery laws.
ESSEX MARKET POLICE COURT.
Before Judge Kasmire. it
jlthkry in a saloon.
About seven o'clock on Saturday night Morris
McPcukc, of No. 3 Mu.berry street, entered u saloon ut
No. 414 Kust Thirteenth street, and alter drinking a
glass of hi or went Into tho roar yard. While there ho
was, as he alleges, a-.sanlted by John Finnegiin, of No.
33S East Eleventh street, who robbed him of $30 and a
gold lMincil valued ut flu. On Sunday afternoon ' 1 dice
r Kicrnuu, ol the Seventeenth precinct, took Finu<-gun
into custody. Yesterday Judge Kasnnro held
hiiu in $2,000 bail to amwer. Mcl'enke was sent, 111
.li.fi nit n? t.'rftfl hull In llii> lit < t IMA* 1 if* I ll'If It Lliill fur Wit
la-sscs.
FIFTY-SEVENTH STREET COURT.
Before Judge Murray.
A8SAUI.TINO A POLICEMAN.
Officer John Cavanugh, of tlio Twenty lirnt precinct,
viu called to quell u disturbance on Sunday night at
So. :H6 Fast Forty-tint street. \V bile performing bis
duly lie wan attacked by Jobn J. Kuttc, as lie alleged,
and ukmiuUiM until ho was compelled lo use bis club lu
sell defcuce. lCauo was bold tor (rial.
A Mi TUEli's OVtEXCB.
Ofllcor Scbweuk, of tbe Kighfoetith precinct, brought
to court a woman named Mary Kyan, on a charge of
intoxication. Sbe liod buried Iter husband, sbe said,
ttvu months ago, and now tier child was dead at home.
She had come out to collect a little money with which
to get hor child buried, and, bat lug been treated lu
several places which She bad visited, she became Intoxicated.
It war not want oi leeilng, evidently, that
caused her to torgul hvr duty to ncr dead child, and she
was discharged.
HOI.DINO THE BRIDGE.
Patrick Cartnody placed himself on the Fiftieth street
bridge over the Fourth avenue, yesterday, and refused
to permit auy one to pass back or forth. He was arretted
by a |>ollccniuu of the Nineteenth precinct and
wus Onod by Justice Murray, lie could give no cxplanatlou
ot bis conduct, but tho otllccr did by charging
bitu with intoxication.
THKtT OF A MONEY DOX AMD OXE HUNDRED
DOLLARS.
On the 1st or January last a money box and $100
were stolon from lira lllulwtil Ucker, who keeps a
lapir beer saloon nt No. 079 Ninth avenue. Jamea
Druduy, ot No. 4oU tVcxi Korty-lilth street. wo* arresled
yesterday ou suspicion ol being the Ihiul aud
was hoid tor trial
HTAIITLINO THE IOT.ICX.
Martin Clausen. of No. "50 Tenth avenue, rushed
Into the Tueuiy second precinct station house yeaterday
and informed Captain Ward aud tbo sergeant on
duty at the dixit that tic nad killed his wife. He pro.
ducod a acven-atiooicr and aald It was the weapon with
which he bad committed iho deed. The CapUiu, lotlowed
by Deiective Couroll, rau to Clausen'* reaidcncc,
while the doorman took elrirgo of and locked Clausen
in a cell. The olltccm Inquired shout the murder, of
Mrs. Clauaeu herself, who was the lirxl person they
...... 11,., hi.li>.. She l.s.l snnin ililHenllv in
convincing them ahc wa? Hill union* I lie living. >bo
explained that her hnabund bad beeu imbibing rai In r
too freely during Ilia peat lew day* and that h.a imagination
waa probably unduly excited in conae<|uencp.
Judge Murray wnibim to the care of ibo Coinuiaatoncra
of ChariUe* and Correction.
POLICE COUH'f NOTES.
John Murpliy waa yeatcrday arraigned before Juillce
Btxby, at the Tomb* Police Court, and bold to anawcr
a charge of attempting to pick the pocket of Joseph
II. Klemielter, of New Canaan, Conn., in an auction
atore In Vetey atroot. Whon Kletnlc 'or was making
bl* complaint in court Murphy nuddenly aaaaulted
In in and struck' him aetrcral bh??n on the bead. Kor
llil* lie Was alio hold to aniwc-r lu $6,000 hail.
Anthony Cook, aged autty-oaa year a, waa yesterday
MARCH 28, 1870.?TRIPLI
committed for trial by Justice Blxby on a charge of I
break lug into tbu promise* No. 41 ilaxlor alroet and >
stealing a quantity of clothing of the value of $26.
tleorge A. l,nrkwoo.l. a notorious burglar, wan yesterday
held to answer for having burglars' tools in his
| pOSltCtfdlOU.
I COURT CALENDARS?THIS DAY.
PCFKgXK COCRT?CllA MHKUH?Held bV Judge DOOOI
hue.?Nog. ao, ul#, 04, 112, 110, 120, 121, 127, 138, 140
to 167 Inclusive, 187, 168, 100, 100. 200, 211, 212, 248,
256, 270, 271, 270, 3U?, 307, 314, 321, 322, 324, 820, 337,
330, 341, 342, 343.
Sci'Mcr* Cocrt?OgsKEAL T*rm?Held by Jlldgfg
Davis, lirady and Daniel*. ? Nos. 160, 161, 166, 166*,
100, 110, 120>g. 112, 131, 147*, 168, 170, 72, 117, 171,
| 172, 173, 174. 174.1,', 173.
I bCFHKiiK Court?Special Tkkm?Held by Judge IjtrI
remoro.?Noh. 230, 130, 71, 03, 242, 68, 230, 81, 34, 261,
j 200, 55, 303, 183 to 106 inclusive.
Sci'RgMK Co CRT?circuit?Part 1?Hold by Judge
! Barrett.?Case on, No. 1227. No day calendar. I'art
| 2?Held by Judge Lawrence.?Nos. 1066, 2004, 2070,
: 444. 1240, 1020, 13H8, 82, 1244. 2240, 1656 V 1567*, 1002,
I 483, 1368, 226, 2531, 2532, 2338, 380, 1386, 844, 1246,
1108 , 320. Bart 3?Held by Judge Van Vorat.?Nos.
I 1130, 19, 1365, 2530, 1016, 633, 1127, 863. 1116, 718, 673,
2633, 111, 040, 1733, 1131, 2480, 1237, 2637, 1607, 325*,
021, 171*, 175*.
Sovaaioa Cocrt?Trial Tkrm?Part 1?Held by Judgo
Sanford.?Case on?No. 1217. Term oxteuded tor (lie
purpose of concluding cause on trial. No day calendar
until the first Monday ol AprlL
Coilaiun Plkas?Kui'tTV Ik!km?Held bv Judge Van
Brunt.?Nos. 10. 30. Part 1?Held by Judge Robinson.?Case
on?No. 1078. No day calendar.
Lmtiui Stairs District Cocrt?lu Admiralty?
Held by Judge Blatcbford.?Nos. 50, 74, 1, 36. 63, 24a,
40, 33, 64, 66, 0, 5, 47.
Corn* ov Ci.xkkal Sessions?Uuld by Recorder
Ilucketi.?Tho People vs. Morris Sullivan, burglary
(continued |; Same vs. Kllco Conway, grand larceny;
Same vs. John (iroely and Kuto Kyun, grund larceny;
Sumo vs. Richard liruen, grund larceny ; Same vs. Daniel
Hockley, conspiracy; Same vi. Duniel Sullivan,
conspiracy; Samu v.-. Thomas liualty, conspiracy;
Same vs. Trunk McCuire, conspiracy; Sumo vs. Timothy
Carroll, conspiracy; Same v*. Jainus McCrulh,
1 conspiracy; Same vs. Richard Hurry, conspiracy;
| Same vs. John McNutnura. conspiracy; Saiue vs. Jehu
! Sweeny, conspiracy; Same vs. Thomas (ilbsuu, con.
spiraoy; name vs. .lames Craven, conspiracy ; Sa ne vs.
j I'tnllp McUuiro, conspiracy; Saino vs. John McArdle,
j Conspiracy; Same vs. James I.andy, conspiracy ; Same
vs. John li.iuahuti, conspiracy; Same vs. Jeicjmuli
Lisk, conspiracy.
THE MERRIGAN-HAMMILL CASE.
District Attoruoy Urilton made u motion bctoro Jusj
tlce Pratt yesterday, in the Kings County Court of
j Oyer and Terminer, to have tho case of Sarah McrriI
gan set down for trial ut an early day. Mr. Patrick
I Keaily, who, with (icneral Tracy, has defended tho
| prisoner on her two previous tr.uls, opposed the mo
, lion. Judge l'rull set the case dowu lor trial belore
) Justice titibert on the third Monday in April null,
j About an hour alter the argument hud taken place Mr.
I Ke idy received u note I rum the physician of tho itc|
cased certifying that she would be unable to leave bcr
| house without dungur belore the 25th pros.
COURT OF AITEAL3.
Albany. March 27, 187&
The following are tho proceedings in tlita court today
:?
No. 23. Mitchell vs. the N. T. C. and C. Railroad
Company.?Argument resumed and concluded.
No. 68. l'latt T. Gould and wile, appellant*, vs.
Ilenrv M. Booth et oL, commissioners, &c., respondents.
?Submitted.
No. 71. Harlow vs. St. Nlcholus Bank.?Passed.
No. 72. Pulsion vs. Wallace.?Passed.
No. 73. Ford vs. Bulniuut. ?Passed.
No. 74. VVitkeman vs. Town ol Duanesburg.?Passed.
No. 77. Norton vs. Mallory.?Passed.
Proclutnaliou made and Court adjourned.
calendar.
Tho Court of Appeals calendar for Tuesday, March
28, is as lollows:?Nos. 61, 79, 85, 87, 88, 89, 93, 98.
PI WOKOKTNS, QEBAII,
A?for RENT, UPRUinr, square and grand
. Piano*of our own make; also for sale and rent, a
| nuinbei ol line soi'und liaud I'iaues. iu porloet nrdor. william
KN a1jk A CU, Nu. llL'Titli av.. aliovu tilth st.
A ?FOR iiU, A MAUNIKICBNT POUR ROUND
J\.? Stolnway Pianoforte for ?'- ?>>; an elegant rosewood
! case, improved scale. 7'? octavo Windsor Piano, cost fl,2n >,
I lor &IIKI; has ipiarauteo and bill ot sale ; Stool. Cover. Music
Cabinet, cost box for shipping. ('ail this day atpri!
vate residence 191* West 23d st.. near tltli av.
A' " SPht'lAL (IKKKK FOR TIII8 MONTH.?A FINE j
assortment of first class 1'ianos, all new; only need to
bo HC(>n to bo appreciated.
'Him largest fnduestuent ever offered in this city to those I
1 desiring to net an excellent piano at manufacturer's ptices. 1
! Terms very reasonable. Kverv piano fully warranted. For .
further iulorruatiou call at 11A INKS HUOS.' inunufac- I
tory. 358, 330, 3112, 304, 300, 338, 370, 372 2d av.. corner
i 21st st. j
A1 * M80ATMBNT OF PIANOFORTE# ANOORUANd, $3 I
to $10; inoiithiy inntalinwuu. B1DDLK&, 13 Wavorley
I place, m ar Broadway.
A?a P08ITIV& RAMI PICK -T kin way 2 SON*
elegant rose wo ?d Pianoforte, with all improvement*; j
I co?t $1.20it, lor $:**>; a Decker 11 ro*. four round, richly
1 carved, 7s* octave Piano; overstrung; full agraffe, Ac.; coat
lor $J.riO; stool, c.o\er,box lor shipping; must bo |
old; caah wanted. N. H?Will find pianos as represented. J
I'all private residence 47 \\\ t Itt.h si.
?A KKW SKUU.SU IIA.NU WKUIilt PIAXOfl AT A
great bargain. The* have boeu uiy<! but a lew mouth*
j by urtisu an J are really just ?i 'food a* now ; aro in perfect
order and fully warranted. I'loaae call at tlto Weber Wareroom*,
f>th av, corner ltith ?t.
NKW 7M OOTAVS MASO. OVKHSTKl'NU BASs,
agrallo (ruble, the llne.t toned piano made; a ill be sold
cheap for c.is11 4.VI Went 37th nt.
T A BACRIPIOK?OHIt'KKKIXU ROSEWOOD IT- j
right Pianoforte, new. coat f'i.VI. 7 octaves, latest improTvincnls.
lew tbau half price 2M Kant 3d St.. near j?l av |
V' HKAITIPI'L UAKVKD KOSKWOOl) 7 OCTAVK
Pianoforte. # i1?? Cover ami Stool. 2-13 Mast ItOih st. [
BAUMoKK FIANOKOIITKS 3. is Ill.I'.I.CKKIt ST . MS
tahbslicd 3 i years; dosing out large elegant stock, half ,
j price; *100. *130, $200.
HOBO KEN.-A~ 7"i~ OUTAVK KOSKWOOD PIANO !
and a very One parlor Organ. 7 stops ibotb nou-j, for
I sale cheap,at 143 Hudson st
T or OP SKCOND HAND PI AMOK, PROS MS TO MOO;
Ij cheap lor ca?h, or by monthly Instalments frotn *5 to
$|n. Apply at Jilt Baal 23d ?u
V-..MH fn I'Al ADVANCES AMI HT< UAiJB?Tli M
C; cay, at 12 o'clock, by TIMS JOIINSO . Auclion. c, '
37 N'nssntl St., one line toned Uallct A Davis rosewood
Pianoforte.
rili i PI ISO DMA I,MRS A M > (iTII Kits'- - ill M t'l I It I ST IK 1
1 i* the bent medium priced I'lano; ph ase call at tactory
and iu'pcct. 7S Harrow st . near llutison st.
\1* A I MltV NKW SC lMM PI ANOS. ( i?Nt 'Kit I O ANl">
vT other Organs will be sold this week ut reduced
prices for cash; monthly Instalments received: on Planus,
SI" to $21); Organs, $.'? to flit, accoud hand instruments, #3
to *0 monthly alter llrst deposit.
WATKItP A SOS, 4M IlroadWHy.
1 / Ij)~Ni'LKM'II> PIANOS, MHOS $60 I I', AT IM- I
XI Mr mense sacrlHce, for cash, on casv montlilv Instalments,
or to rent. Don't fall to call. KKAKAUBlt, 332
Bowery.
* CI 'W?K~"V MAONIKICKNT KL'LL CONCERT
O 1 9 ^ ' Grand Piano. In perfect conditiou. Address L\ 8.
I I'IAsNO UO.,?10 Hru?d#ajr.
MUSICAL..
> t lUJLTIVATMIt LADY. A.V EXPERIENCED AND*
iV accomplished teacher. gives Pianoforte and Singing Lessons,
$10 per nuertcr; highest reference. Address, with i
rchiilunce. I'llAN I fiL'SH. box 120 Herald office.
A' PIKtfT OUBit SOLO, SOP HA HO WD ALU) Kofi |
church is op.'u from April I; perfect reader*. Ad- i
r . it , box I'M Herald nfHco.
I A SOPRANO, POSSRSSI\Tl A YlVuXoT KKKArrrCCL- !
Jx. Ilv utad voice aud familiar with hplscopai servl e. will |
! be ??0fa to *n etitfA^cuivut irotu May l. Address SOl'KANO, I
! (Dth d. j
M >lK. ~hT TKADIKS Mt'HIO AND SINGING; TIIK !
Italian, German, Fiencb And Lti^li?li iiirtnod*. t>)
t.aat Dth it., between Broadway And University place.
WiNTED \ < oMl'KTKM OROANISI PGR A CITY
Protectant church ; salary Address, with particnlars.
CHURCH MUSIC, box 4I1U Post office.
WA.\TEO TO PURCHAIB.
"ItrANTED* TO PURCHASK?A COUNTER SODA
\i water Apparatus wltli three or uiore draught lube a
Aildrert K. T. 11, liareld olllco, ateliuit style, uwli price mid
Iw here to be reen. ^
KlHMTllU.
T-WKEW.V ANO .MoNTtlKY PAYMENTS TAKEN
il, lor t iirnturp, Carpcla end lloddluc el B. M. CuWPhttTIIWAlT
A UO.'S, IM end lb7 Chatham at. An lismeow
atock M low prleoa.
7 FosTTIVK SACRIPIC PUIVATX 1 > MIl.Y,
J\ needing immediate euali, will aell, vlt.II. -lamia
: Parlor Miilt. In eritnaon end tail aeliii. co.l f-H.Vif l,#r #JO>;
$IM rap Suit, *:*?; Stain way Pianoforte. f?iri. llaot fn
Seta, witii dreeeln.t ?e?ea. Set, Sl at, alnirle II. d.laad., II u
raetta, kalr end spring Maltreaeea. library end dining Piirnl
turn; Turkiali Sulla in cotelaiue end tapestry, f"f?, fl.'ei;
Paintlnua, llronaea. I'areata, illle. yard, Mr. Mint be Mild.
Oooda cen remain until May 1. Cell, brown atone tirivele
reanlence. No. 47 Writ ItHb at., between .'ilk and dm era.
A "private "kamu.y dkclininu hoiskkkkF
Inir will tell fur Immedlete eeab, elegant aatln Parlor
hiiita, coat $),<*>'. for R/.Vt; one do f 1 J.'i rep end haircloth
1 Sulfa, WO end S'SI; elegant solid black walnut Hedrootu 1
Kuita, |CKI to #!.V?; Hed.taeda, Bureaus. Dressing Cases. Bnreaua,
Werdrnboa, hair and spring Mattresses, and a general
eaaortment of linueeliold Purnltora. X. B -An elegant no- I
right Whdwr Piano. emt fl,0?>. lor S.&U. Cell, private
residence No. IHUXritJSdS , near tllh ev.
iiaroaix ? rosewood parlor St IT. AND
I J\. Curtains to match; elao elegant ltuhl ChUToout.r.
Addreaa Mrs. U.XTJ eat k*ll at.
VmST ORRAT SACK i ' I 'K - MVI.MUCKXT SATIN j
lir-cade Parlor Soil, nearly new. ro.t St ", Cor fid; i
one do , f <S; Plan.ilorle. rep end haircloth Malta, ftt'i and ,
Set; chamber Sulla, with Dressing Caaea, fVi lib; Red- '
aii'ada. llureaua. Matlreawia. Carp a. d tulita UD ; Iliniinr.
I.lbrnry Furniture. Cultalm, Mirror*. Sllrar W ?r*. fail
private raaldaaca I OA Kaat llltli i , near 4lh a*.
j T V ALU AH LB KARLOR HAT tiKHl-ACK WALNl T |
;V Furniture. nearly near, for aula cheap. d"3 Ka?l Willi
. ?.
LIuitNiriRK AT FAVOH'B ALOTlOX BOC'SB," 13
F Kml 14th it.; privau ?*la ; auction price*; aim Had*, j
; Iteddln*. Ac. i nuoua atored till May Iraa; good* wan tad; |
j lnv**titf*t*. j
CToOD HK<'OXI MAND AMD MISFIT RNOLIBH
JT llrn*Ml> tlirea ply and ingrain terpen. Oil Cloth*. Ac.,
very cheap, at tli* old plat*, list Fulton at. I'rica llat aant
I free.
1 )AKTIhit IIAVINU AMY CaIIFF.TH TO DIHFOSR OK
J. ran recalra the hlghrat prlcaa; wantinc to lurntah hotel*
i lor Iiia Centennial l'lca*a addraaa CAIlPtTS, boa 150
Herald Uptown Hranch ortlce.
: mil a' lkaoinw VlhTmtl'rm ardcakpht housk
1 In the L'riltad State*, no tha Iriatelment plan. I*
UlOIUiK A. CI,A Kit K s. 747 Broadway. bpactal term*
| for latnlading houaea aud llata, I
3 SHEET.
AXCSEMISTIi
/TLOBE TIIEATKK.
V f "i i- Autl 7 JO Broad war, b.low Hth ?t.
U. W. B1TLER * M.u.ger
The staudaid Variety Theatre of New York.
TIIK ttNKMT ORGANIZATION IN EXISTENCE.
Reappearance of the Wonders of the preaant Ac*, the
marvellou. Grotesque Artiat.,
THE E-H-tT-r-T-E-S,
encaged at a .alary of ftiUO per week. Kiral appearance of
THE WAITE SISTERS, IIATTIK. N KI.I.l E AND EM MA,
the cliermtnc Hurlewiue Actrra.ee.
THE WORLD'S ACKNOWLEDGED (1 UK AT EST COMEDIANS
BILLY BARRY, SENATOR BoB HAltT,
CHARLES HKNKDIOT, KIGK.SK BLITZ, W.
H. BUOCKWAY, J. D UKIKEIN
Tin.- riirirar /it'eiiVTri rmcpe
TOOETHKK WITH OTHER PROMINENT STARS.
EVERY BVK.NI NO (Boo Bills.)
BAN08' BKNKFIT TO MORROW AFTERNOON.?
Scuts st Tyson's, Fifth Avenue Hotel.
BOOTH'S THEATRE. FAKKWBLL Ml OUTS.
JARKETT A PALMER Lessees aud Managers
POSITIVELY LAST WEEK OP JULIUS CiRSAK.
POSITIVELY LAST APPEARANCES OF THE REMARKABLE
STAR COMBINATION,
* LAWRENCE HARKBTT, -* >FRANK
C HANGS
and
E. L. DAVKNPOUT.
To moot tin* excesnivo demand fur placet at the dual performance*
of the trrand tragedy the hoa Office will he opeu
coutiuuoiuly every dav froiu 8 A M. to 10 P. H
FOR THE FOURTEENTH AND LAST WEEK.
Ninety-sixth to Oou Hundred and Third Poriorinauco
(Inclusive).
. TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY). en EXTRA MATINEE
fur the
BENEFIT OF MR. F. C. BANCS,
npon which spcclul occasion the popular actor will give bie
iiiucty-eltihlh cnusecutive iiutiersouelioti of the character of
MARCUS ANTONII'S.
Ou THURSDAY EVENING, March HO. occurrence of tho
11 UN lilt EH I'll PEKFOUMANCE OF JULIUS C .MS Alt
Scats tor this iutcroslinit occasion, which will Iouk he re-,
ferrod to by Shake spurium, can now bo secured. An extra
uuiutiur of places will ho reserved.
On SATURDAY, tho FAREWELL MATINEE. To be
bcuuu at 1:110.
Ou SATURDAY EVENISO, April I, positively
LAST PEKFOUMANCE OIB JULIUS O.KSAR
and
LAST APPEARANCES OF BARRETT, BANCS AND
HAVEN PORT.
SPECIAL NOTICE
Purine next week the THEATRE WILL BE CLOSED,
in order to period the preparations lor tha reproduction
of Slutkeapcaio's
HENRY V?
which will lie offered in nil its L-randcnr
MONDAY EVE NINO. APRIL 1(1,
with the dialinculsliod plnyor, Mr. CEO ROE 1UONOLP ss
Mux Henry. Doe advertisement wtilbe made ui the opening
of the s.il? ui acuta.
Bowery thbatke.-mondTvT march 27. the
Hyuu Ji Newton croat London aeitaatiou,
THE WONDER LAND,
lntrodtichtir I'roieasur TnMu'r marvellous spectral illusions,
ghosts, colillm, spectres. Also Mia* MAGGIE WESTER
end Mr ERNEST UVNE. Mrs. W. U. JONES in the Comedy
CATCHING AN HEIRESS.
U>OOD'S MUSEUM. WOOD'S*
THIS DAY.
evening AT s i matinee at 2.
F. S CIIANERAU, THE ROY ACTOR,
in hia great play, I Master
KIT, I T. W. HANSHKW,
or the lu the
ARKANSAS TRAVELLER. | TIGER HUNTER.
WALLACE'S.
TT Proprietor and Manager.. .Mr. LESTER WALLACE
The |iiotr.unine for the week ending Saturday, April 1,
couibluiug
NOVELTY AND VARIETY',
will be at follow!
TUESDAY EVENING,
rianchb't exquisite Couiediutta. entitled the
C ATTAIN OK THE WATCH.
Willi Morton s brilliant comedy of
WOODCOCK'S LITTLE GAME,
with appropriate Scenery. Coatutuua and Appointment*.
Mr. LESTER WALLACE
aa Viscount do Lipuey and Mr. Woodcock,
other characters by Messrs. John Gilbert. Harry Rcckctt,
C. A. Stevenson, E. M. Holland. C. E. Edwin, MLa Etlio
German, Mine. Toiiisl, Mian lone liurkc, Miss Geruldluo
Mayc, Mis* Kate l'arilett and Miaa E. Illaiailell.
\f EDNESUAY EVENING, TUb WONDER: A WOMAN
KEEPS A SECRET
THURSDAY EVENING. CATTAIN OF THE WATCH
ami WOODCOCK S LITTLE GAME.
friday evening, the wonder: a woman
KEEPS A SECRET
Saturday Matinee and evening. CAPTAIN OF THE
WATCH nud WOODCOCK si UTILE CAME.
A NEW COMEDY DRAMA
of powerful Interest and original construction, written oxpnssly
tor tills theatre, anil which has been lu preparation
for some time, will shortly he produced.
<1 Ol) STREET 111'ERAT 116USK (LATE BRYANT'S).
/Jff L'nnhated success ut the Croat Cembinutien.
The popular CALIFORNIA MI NUT It ELS unil the MAMMOTH
.SPECIALTY TKOl'I'K. Increased attractions tor
the week commencing March 27. First upuearance of the
iiooular Dutch t'einedlan, Mr. 1). I* Morris, outran and Lord,
'refossor Leatliwood, Dr. A. B. Kennedy, W. W. Newcomb,
Stewart Dare T. S. Hall, Alice Seiners. Nellie ken- I
tied) and the great Star Company. Muttncas Thursday aud
Saturday.
rTlUE BRAHAMS' KNTIRELY~XE\V" 8KBTOIL
1 FLORA AND ItOblN,
TONY PASTOR'S MAIINEK ATS TO-DAY.
/ 1 HUM AN IA Til KAYRK?14T11 ST.
U" AD. NKL'EKDORFF Director
TUESDAY, MARCH M, fourth SI' IISC It I I'TION NltillT.
KAllALE UNI) L1KBE.
Tragedy lu live acts by i chiller.
OB BY NEWGOM It WILL APPEAR IN A NEW SKteclion
of his original Sonus and Dauoes.
TONY PASTOR'S MATINEE TO-DAY.
AN FHANUIStiO MINSTRELS. IOPKHA HOI'SE,
AN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS. BROADWAY,
SAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS. | CORNER SUfil ST.
Creut success of the Burlasriuo of
PEEK,
PEEK,
A DAILY J LAV.
THE FUNNY OLD GALS.
SnK STOOPS TO CONOPKR.
DELIGHTFUL SOLO AND PART SINGING.
BIRCII. WAV HOLD A BACKUS'
SAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS.
Seats sf.curkd. matinee satcuday at 2.
rpONY PASTOR'S N'KW THEATRE,
1 opposite Metropolitan Hotel.
Mite MARIE WHIITINGUAM
and Maxtor NEWMAN
in tliuir beautiful Duota.
MATINEE TO-DAY. MATINEE TO-DAY.
CI ILMORE'S FAM'ICS TWENTY-SECOND REGIMENT
r BAND GOING TO SAN FRANCISCO.
THE LAST GRAND PROMENADE CONCERT,
previous L> lbe departure of tin* baud for Sao Francisco,
will be ei#n at the
TIVENTY-SECOND REGIMENT ARMORY,
Wtli at., near till* ar.,
SATURDAY EVENING, April 1, 187a
On thin occasion
THE NEW YORK CHORAL UNION,
of which Mr. Glliunre ! Muaical Director, hat kind) J consented
to appear.
THE FULL HAND AND GRAND CHORUS
will nuitu ill aeteral splendid selections.
Tickets, 50c., lor sale at the door.
The Rand leaves on Sunday evening, April 2.
A I AKK TWAIN, BROOKLYN
i>l ACADEMY OK MUSIC,
on THURSDAY, at 1 :IF? P. M. Only lecture in Brooklyn
this season. Tickets at Holies' and at Chandler's.
Hannah and katk and i he da ueikv wed"
iutf. The i?ii; A The III*; t. The Hla A
TON v pastor's m '.TIN ee today.
DICKERING HALL- HUI.OVV KEl IT ALA.
J Wednesday, at S, Last Night butono,
8C11 U M A N N -M1: S HE I.SSO IIN PROGRAMME.
THURSDAY. AT 2, ONLY CHOPIN MATINEE.
Friday, at H, Last Night,
SO K U H K RT-L1SKT P ItOO R AM M E.
SATURDAY AT 2, LAST MATINEE.
Admlisloii, fI; roaorved acuta. $2; at Schnberth'a 23
Union square and lid Broadway, where pio ;rau>iuea cau be
bad. CliiekeriiiK pianos used by Vou Kulow.
HARKINS AND PARKINS WILL i'l IS p| I VIC Lv' U K AT
TONY PASTORS M ATI NEK TO-DAY.
Mark twain. chiciu.uing's.
THIS AFTERNOON, at I SI.
f|K)NVTASTDII'S NI-.W IDEAIRK, ~
1 GPS WILLIAMS at the Dutch Servant.
MATINEE IP PAY. MATINEE To DAY.
XTAIIONAL ACADEMY OF DESIGN. SOU ST. ANli
IN ttti av.?The Kilty tint Critud Annual
EXHIBITION OK KAINTINOS,
now open?day itnii even Irig Ailminniuti ~ > centa.
/MS WILLI A MM KAT tilltl. AV ILL III: AT
V.T TONY KAMTOHM MATINEE TODAY.
T^PrOMMAM. ~ ~
OAM DBVKItk~\vTLL EXPRESS HIM KOU^TCAL
0 opinion ol our national alTair* at
TONY KASTOK'8 MATINKh TO-DAY.
rpUK ONLY MATIN EE "l.N I 111. CITY TO DAY.
1 TONY PAMTOU'M THKAT.IK,
TO DAY AT 2. TODAY AT 2.
WIND TO TUT: ILLNESS OK~ONE OK THE AMA- j
teur actor*, the piny of "A Silver Lining'' will not be
performed nt the f uion League Theatre on Ilie evening of
tlie 2Slli ol March. The play la poatpouvd until April ii. ,
Ticket* laauvd lor Hie 'Jstli will be good lor iuj latter 'late, j
Aire JOllN Mil KB WOOD, for tho Couiiulllee.
\l,'Ill'.IU. AKK Yt7f tioT.NO, HILL ? ~
VV TO TONY 1* AH TORS .MATINEE.
Kveryliody will ho there.
Come along and ace the fun.
-WAtlK I WAlNI Till! t. M., j
1 CtlICKKKl.NO IIALU
lecture on "Roughing It In the Laud or the Rig ilooanta."
/111UEL MABY IIOLDKN WILL HE AT
TONY KAMTOK'M M ATI NEE TO DAY.
TAIiLKAl'x.-A gentleman who understands
the arrange meat a of Table <u* In lour dlllerent bran, lira, |
aullahle lor churcliea, theatre* or halla (European atudy),
want* eAgegeiuents. Addreaa Kroleteor KLOIt, 121 Kid
ridga at. ]
A or THE BEST SONO AND DANCE MEN IN
AH Ell If A. THE IIIO I AT
TONY KAsTOIl'M MATIN EE TODAY.
1HM IMi At ADRHIKH.
Ahal sK's dakcinu academies -classes
now forming. Soiree Hrevoort Hall, lot l-.net .">uI>
at., every Monday ; Maeoaie llall, 114 Eaat l.ltli at . every j
Tnaaday. HkI VATE LKs.aU.NH any hour at 212 Eaat 11th at.
A LI,E.N DODWOIITII n DA.NCI.no MCllOoL.
,i\ No. did .Vh avenue.
For particular! Mn<l for a circular.
AT I'lllVATK AOAIlKMY :?7 KASr .MITII *T.?SRLKi.'T
rlavaee, ami private luwu in all faabiuneble dau.ea a
parially.
4 CAKTIKK'B UANCIXM ACADKMV, PLIMJMUVH
J. V limldiiiK, Stuyveaaut and lull all.. open all auimiivr.
1'rivale leeeoua in p.1 ><1? ami aeveuibly waltaea a apecialty.
BUOOKKn' DANCTNlJ ACAJ>KMT, -TBI BBOOMK ST.
A NKM" CLAfeS KOM Tl'KSUAY.
All Uir faehinnalile llancc* In ona o luraa ol leteona
The Oral lewona ran be taken privately and aw eaira
charge lioni rlaae pricea. _
h I'M A It'S DANCINO ACADBMV. M WKST 4TII ST.?
All daucee langhl perie. tly par quarter; alx laahionI.life
dan. . . perfectly in all private leaeona, Welti. glide and
double glide aperlaiiiea.
1 \IAMUND'H DANCINO ACADKMT. 1.300 BROAD
It way.?Tnetdav, W. dneeday and Saturday afternoon!
and evcnlnga l ull dreae reccpiluu to night, cumiuaucug
at 1U, l.meei ae nauai.
9
A-MUSE-MICWTS.
I.^Aiil.K TIIKATUK. llliOVDtVAY AND 'UD ST.
y Mr. JOSH II ART Sole Hmprivtor ami Mnnatfar.
Kirn niirhu of the l.oiid?u enaaliou,
SENTENCED I eaat witli Mr IS II. MacdermoM. Mr
(J. K. Kortuaciir, Mr J. A Milllgan. Mr. U
TO J. Mark, Mr t? A Kallvy, Mr J K. Cro?
- ??n. Mr.Tooley, Mr. Bradlay. tiaicuDEATH.
Uu, Cook, Birch. Ac.
MK.1D.MHUK UITARDfl.
TUb Captain 8kitl ..Mr, John Wild.
... (Suardi:?1Charlea White. Dave lived
KKIDMHKE Hurry Richmond, II. Kernell, Tooley
Ur.,ll..? tr
GUARDS. ' Reappearance of the favorite
. I Mtiiti-coiaie viiMlitt,
_ . | Miss Jennie I Inches.
EPITAPHS. I Entire new olio of eel*. A?i
_____ * | Bos < >flice up?D from H to X
EPITAPHS. | MATINEE. Woduotday aud Saturday. H A
jryckLMTHKATRK
Mr. MATT MORGAN Menace!
the HIT ok the season
a theatrical curiosity,
STUAltT ROBSoN bv GOODWIN, Ibo Muniu. as Cop
toiu Crosstrao in Hie trrest Burlesque,
BLACK EYED SUSAN,
with MINNIE PALMER, the dramatic for. ? Sutan.J
HARRY JOSEPHS, the oriclusl, a*; Dome llotlev 1
THE DAY AFTER I'llE WEDDING?Miss Minnll
Poliuer. Mr. Chorleo Yllloro. THE GOOSE WITH TH 8
GULDEN EGG?Mr. Welter Lennox, Mr. Sidney Smith
oini the Sler Company every ev.uiue nud Wednesday and
Soturdoy Molinee. Popular price*.
1) A UK ffl KATKB, H ROADWAY ~AND ?3D ST..
accessible by oil the popular line* of travel, convanluul
to Oil the terries and hotels.
SEVENTH week AND ASSURED 8CCCESS
of Rowu't enjoyable, humorous Comedy,
it U ASM.
? with Rote Wood, Rose Liyle, Marie Louise,
Mrs. Hrutonu. L Morrison J. C. Padgett, ViuBRASS,
inir Bowers, C. Norris, K. Lanirley, C. Searle, W. J.
Cogswell, J. W. lirutonn and Gen, Puwcett Row*
?? tas Wailtou Stray, that "pervertor of truth)."
EVENING AT s. SATURDAY' M ATINEE AT ?
Box idlice open s to t. Prices, #1 fai, SI and >> cents.
"See this rlticr Pact I Pact'I T assure you."
PARISIAN 1vTltlElles. ~ j 16TH ST. '
PARISIAN varieties. and
Parisian varieties. Ibroadwa*.
9! the eye that is always open.
Immense successor the new company,
c Mile. NINON DUCI.OS
and her troupe of a > beautiful Circassian Female Model*
TABLEAUX V1VA.NT.
tableaux classique
5- the ladies' centennial levee.
< grand taiili w.
q washington crossing the delaware
c the march op the revolution.
the great fredericks.
Miss EUNICE MOORE. | Miss .MuLLlE DxMAR
I HORACE IVISMU.V
t I PUKD. J. MACKLKY. I HARRY HI. ATE.
C. LAWRENCE SISTERS.
H I Hlgoor BAKTOLIJ. I DAN NASH.
< AN UY COLLUM.
" I Grand Olio of HO BRILLIANT SI Alt ARTISTS.
gl TH STREET OPERA HOUSE. BETWEEN 20 AND
O'J- :<?l a vs. EVERY K V K NI \ (1 AT s,
WEDNESDAY AND SATI' It DAY MATINEE AT 2,
FEMALE I Sensational Variety.
BATHERS, Beauty. Grace ami Ea*?.
CAN I THE PECULIAR IIATIIINO SCENE.
CAN. Nothing like it in tills eitv.
| FEMALE MINSTRELS. GRAND OLIO.
CTII AVENUE TilE AT It hi!
*) Proprietor and Manager Mr. AUGUSTIN DALY
(Every night quarter toH; carriage* inav lie male red for lit
Sixteenth week of Mr. AUGUSTIN DALY'S Great Drauifc
PPPP II QQQQ U II KEEK
I- P It Q Q U UK
pppp ii g u ir it hub
P iigogu UK
P II QQQJjJ uuuu EEEE .
A PLAY OF TO-DAY
112 to FJiith time and crowded houses.
Ml-s Kanuv Davenport,
"PIQUE" Mr FUlier, Mr. Ilarklns, Mr. Levis,
MATINEES Mr. Davidge, Mr. Haniuuberg, Mr.
WEDNESDAY and Harry more, Mr. Drew, Mr Rockwell,
SATURDAY. Miss Sydney Cowell, Mrs. Gilbert, Mi>*
May Nuiics, Miss Holland ami
Mr. .Inliii Brougham.
extra "SUBURBAN" MATINEE of "PIQUE, ' Wednesday,
at I. * * Seats may be secured two weeks ahead.
ryrii avenue" theatre.
I'lQUE "HUBl'KUAN" MATINEE
WEDNESDAY, AT ONE O'CLOCK.
LiVMPIC the VT'KK. (i.'t Kroadway.
Mr. .IOIIN F. POOLE Mauagur
a COMPLETE AND ENTIRE CHANGE.
Immense Hit ot the great Ethiopian Comedians
Messrs. KMMERSON AND CLARKE,
In their very funny skeleli called
MAKING I.OVE ItV LIGHTNING.
Decided success of tint wonderful voting artists
LITTLE Mi DONALD,
in her charming character songs and sketcltea
Tlifl popular v oeiil i k t
MISS AH VII RICHMOND.
The >oun? prl mil ilotinii
MISS ADA MOIIUAN.
The favorite artists
W.M B. CAllI1.L, O. W. HELD and 0. II. OKIFFIX.
Ulurioiu reception of the lumihuMe -ketch culled
ENCADI Mi YALEN 1.
Mr. JOIIN HART n? JOHN BOlTNOB
LITTLE MAC u l'KTE J K.N KINS
f Second time the exIriiTHpantic (ketch
SCENES AT THE SEASIDE.
THE ItUENN\\S In two new duel*.
LOVE AND LIBERTY' oo.t IRISH INDEPENDENCE.
THE CARLO UKOTIIEKS.
QUEEN AND WEST IN A NEW SKETCH.
THE ORE AT OLYMPIC COMPANY
ill a choice, elegant and rellned pi oicraiuiiie.
MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SAIUBDAY AT 2.
llox office open dully from W A M. to 10 P. M.
TTNION SQUARE THEATRE.
U Proprietor Mr. SHERIDAN SHOOK
Manager Mr. A. M. PALMER
Begins nt H. Over ut lUiM,
IMMKNSK bllH I'.SS UK uir. M'.w I'hAl
'Fcrrool in t ha tuoHt exquisite drama, iti everything which
constitute* tho oxc<*llouc? of u drum*, over exhibited in nu
American theatre by un American company."?Kvauiug
Mail.
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Characters by Messrs. C. It. Thome. Jr.:
John J'arselle, Fredoric Kohinsou. Stuail
Kobhoti, J. il. Moddnrt. Thomas E. Morris, ii.
W Montgomery, Cluude Burroughs, W. II.
Wilder, L Thompson. A. Ilecks. W. H. t^uigley,
F K. i.iiiuh, U. S. Collins, and Misses kxtn
Claxton, Ida Vernon. Marie Wilkin*. Roberta
FERIIEOL. Nm wood, Maude Harrison, Ida Jeffreys and
Augusta Uaytuoud.
The sec or a, bv Mr R. Maraioa, are accurate
reproductions of the interior of a noted
chateau iu the south of France, and aru the
most beautiful stage sets over exhibited at
this theatre.
SATURDAY* April 1. SECOND MATINEE of PKKRBOU
Brooklyn the \ 11:i: ~~ *
Uiwnuid . *enr?.SU00K A 1>ALMEH
lie engagement
of the favorite aetor,
Mr II. J MOXTAUI'B.
who will appear .Monday, Tneolay and Wi-rtnetday ereuluga
by apecial reuuuat, in Y(ar?liuir? charuiiug Comedy,
pai.sk km amp:.
Mm M A til K GORDON, IIL.ANCH8 GHAT, META
nAh'flktt. Mr?. PAi KEN ami Mv-sr*. EDWARD AltNO
IT, THEODORE HAMILTON. EDWAKDI.AMB.il.
It I'll I l.Llt'A, KEEN IT.YMITON anu other* will aDe
appear.
THURSDAY, and for the rent of the week a great bill ?
TEARS. IIH.K TEARS, ami PARTNERS POK LIKE. Mr.
Montague in hoth piece. .
SATURDAY MATIN'KK AT 2 O'CLOCK.
T~OSV PASTOR s NEW l HK ITRS. "
opposite Metropolitan Hotel.
TO.VY PASTOR'S STAR TROUPE in
the best Programme yet oll'ercil the New York public.
il^ S(~Ar:nKK r<?my AT i 7
MvTlNhB TODAY AT 2. |
THE BIO 4 MAM DEVERB.
CROSS LEY AND EL UK It.
Min M. WIUTTISHIIAM Aiul MAMTIHt NEWMAN.
CLAIRK SISTERS. OUS WILLIAMS,
nomtv NEWOOMll. THE lilt V II A MS. J EN ME MOKUAN,
TOW PASTOR.
TUB DUTCH SERVANT. DISCIPLINE, FLO It A AND
ROBIN THE PICTURES OF INMOfllfNOK p
BEAUTIFUL DUETS. BALLADS, LOCAL LYRICS.
^ TONY PASTOR'S MATINEE TO DAY. ^
^JARK TWAIN
will lecture at Clilckertnir Hull
TUESDAY <tIlls). I'. M . March 2?;
WEDNESDAY morrow), P. M . March 29:
FRIDAY. P. M , March hi.
Only lecture* this leaaon
Heirfns at I S" promptly.
Tickets at Sebuuert'x, ill Union square. and at the hall.
rnoNY PASTOR'S M tTINI'K To DAY
I TONY PASTORS MATINEE TO DAY.
TONY PASTOR S MATINEE TO DAT.
/tTiaTkaI; mabillk varieties, first huildind
\J from Jd av., on 't4th ?l Every eieuluK at H.
Admission, 26c., 50c., 75c. ami $1.
Female Ilrlqauda. I The Kriitht I'alacu of Novelty.
Livluv Picture*. Dellcioua French Svniationa.
Female Models. I Naughty. but Extremely Nice.
Sev en Mcaotiei. I The neatest combination* of Sen.
Emotional Art. sntion* ever produced in a tin^la
Volupluou* Daneea. j performance.
Mallueca lueadsy. Thursday ami Saturday at 2.
C' 1 ROSS LEY AND I' LD..R. IN THEIR I ALEDUNIaM
J Su ?rt? Mini AthlJIic KaprciAim, ut
TONY PAHTOK'H M ATI NKK TO DAY
BROOK LI N Ai ADhMV ?OPERA.
I UESDAY K V KM NO, APRIL 4.
ADELAIDE IMIILLIPPH'
ITALIAN OPERA COMPANY.
Firit anpeariinri' i< Brooklyn iu oporn uf
MISS M ATI LUK PtllLl.IPPg,
in Huulnri
LA CRNRRENTOLA.
Tlx- performance to conclude with tli? liflli ad of Romeo
ml Juliet
Hkiili lor mli> FrliUy, it Arml mr ml 114 Broadway, K V.
rf?it_pirTi:it*s ok inso. km k will h1Th>km
1 AT TON V PASTOR'S MATIN KK To-DAY
CTKINWAY iiALL.
0 WEDNESDAY, Marc't 29. ?t * P. M.,
Dr. OKIlHAKU KOIILKS
will lectura on lii*
TRAVELS IN AKRlICA,
for Ilia lieneflt of lb*
GERMAN HOSPITAL AND DISPENSARY.
Ka? rveil acuta can L?a accord hi Dip Imjx office uf Stela
whv IIhII and ?t Gari U. Babul la Y Bt*J Broadway. curnai
I7ll? at. |
fflONY PASTOR'S NEW THEATRE.
*f "matinee to day. ?4>
MATIN KK TO DAY.
MATIJOt* TODAY.
??? ; ?? #
?<PL'??HI, BROTHERS. PINCH," THE FAMOUS
I liorM car ion,r uf Mark Twain. Ml tu appropriate
mmlc, IXfc*.; alao Juai out, Gu? Plunlpi ?onj<?, Little old
Cotta ja Gate" and "Bnaanoali MaMaiii "* K- each; Kem't
Darlln?, Kla?iin{ Mo," die.; I Iioiiih*' "llauntiUK
Kjrea ' an l "Muit Wa Men aa Siran.,era toe.
DITSON A I O..TII Broadway.
/NET IIALK A I)AY OK?~A~ND GO To
VT TONY PASTORS MATINKK TODAY.
/TARD ?PRIY VTK I.KSSONT PIANO*. VIOLIN,
Guitar. Organ..Flute, sinking. W A IRON'S Mimical
Agency, :U Rail 1 nil it. Circular! mailed.
1 k! SCIPLJNK WILL BE SIRII II.V ENFORCED BY
XJ Sam Do rare. Bobbjr Nawruut i and Frank Glrard.
TONY PASTORS MAIINKK TODAY.
i vuimi.1, 1mb takwis ha.1ju I t. at - ii T. It. lt*i
i ' Minovod to 4tMi Utb it. l*uplls will plots* uki nolle*
______
Toxy paktor-h nr.w thkatrk.
TOKY I'ArtTtiKH lAH'AL LYRfCR.
jenmk mohilax'tf beautiful hallauh
o lit* at situs* litis sfisraooa a* a ?? i

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