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THE COURTS.
The Laws Applicable t? the
Dock Department.
IMPORTANT DECISION BY Jl'DGE TAJ MM.
feiitnt and Imp?iiUit fiiipeoiert of Betr
Saloon Theitrifils and Music.
DIVORCING MUSIC AND BEEP*
la a ault disposed ol before Judge Yum Broat In
Supreme Court, Circuit, yeaterday, au Important
vietory wm wo* tor IM oily and aa important do
clslon announced la relation to tbe laws governing the
notion ol the Dock Department. Tba mit fu brought
l(UHI the city br J amen Blgier to recover a balance
dua him lor timber furnished to tba Dock Department,
tfba department made a contract with tba plaintiff to
furuigh aucb quantities of timber aa might be required
daring the year Iron August, 1873, ta August, 1114.
Odder that contract large qnaotltiea of timber were
furnished and bllla tberelor paid by tba city from time
to time anil I the tail of 1(74, when tbe laat Mil waa
handed la (or $130,030. At that time the Finance
Department objected to paying tbe bill tn lull,
bat paid $66,000 on account, leaving aa
unliquidated balance 0C 106,000, for which
aum the present ault Waa brought. Tba city dalended
tbe action ea the ground that the contract waa not
legal, anil, even If legal, the plaintiff had not complied
witb Its terma in that ha had not furnished timber ol
tne width and length called ler by the epeeidcaiiopa,
wbleb formed a pari ot tba contract. Upon tne trial,
wnioh lasted oVer a week and baa already baoa briefly
noticed in the Ebkalo, after putting la certified bills,
the plaintiff Introduced evidence with a new to abow
affirmatively that be bad complied with tbe term* or
the contract aa to length and width. On thla point
plaintiff bimsell waa the sole witness, and waa sub
Jected to a cross-examination by Corporation Couaaal
Whitney, yhicb continued during throe and a ball daya.
In the course ol that oross.exeratnatioa a great many In
spectors' mea^uremeuu and Invoices ol lUnrber
ahtpped were identified by him aa covering items In
the billa in ault. Tbe measaromenta contained lu the
certificates an J Invoices showed that in all but sit ta
?tancea the timber described tiierem waa not up to ibo
contract siae in length and width. Upon luese facta,
end da tba lurihor ground of tbe illegality ol the con
tract, Mr.' Whitney moved, at the ciobe of tbu plain
tiffs' testimony yi-uerday, lo?" a dismissal ef tbe com
plaint Upon this motion be contended mat plaid
tin's own evidence allowed that bo had not compiled
with tbe terms ol biacoutraou In deciding the taa
tion, J utigo Van Brunt sklu be cumulated Iroui tbe
ease tbe latter grounda entirely. This lie did partly on
the ground that in tbo tb?n uonditlou ot tbe trial
It was a question for tbe Jury, aud ou tbe l'urthor
ground that remarks made by aim in the course pf
the trial had possibly misled ptaiattd'a counsel at to
tbe amount ol tebiiinouy uecesaary to prove a sub
ataatial oomplutnre with tbe contrsot. Upon the etnqr
fireund?that of the illegality ol the contract, he do
ivered ah extended oral opinion, in tbe course ol
W|icb be commented upon tbo frequent changes which
were made at Albany in tbe laws rej;ulatiug the govern
ment ot the vanoua depanmouts ol the city, tbe result
Iii which waa. be said, that n<> sooner wus the Inter
relation of a charier or other law fettled by ad
udicallou than the laW lUeU waa changed,
'roeeedlng in bti opinion he Mid that
In purcUaaing the materiuls sued upon tne
Dock Department was acting oa tbo oontract
ays tern prescribed in Wnat (s known as tbe Dock law,
passed in 1870 and amended in 1871; that although
under that law tbay could, by a tour-iiithu vote, decide
to do any portion ol tbe work ol constructing the n?w
plera otherwise than by contrnot, snil aa it was in
evidence in the case Irom Mr. Weaterveit, who bad
been pat on the stand by plaintiff, Miat tUoy bad de
cided to do the labor only by day's work, the con
clusion waa inevitable tbat the purchasing ot materials
still remained. Taking up the contract it-oil. the Juugo
commented on lis provlsiona, particularly the tact tbat
the proposal* upon which it waa founded oontained no
Statement ol quantities required, and tberaiore the
bidding was notlairly competitive, bni "tbo unbalauced
bidding," by means ot wnicb to many fraudulapt con
tracts uavo been loiated upon tbe tttate and olty. he
stated aiao tbat the oontract waa in reality no oontraot
at pll, as It did not bind the cl.y to call lor anything,
and |1 Biglor tailed to lurniah anything when required
it left tbe city romodtlea* against bnu, except in the
event ol there happening at the moment to be some
thing due him ou account of delivcr.aa already made.
On these grounda bo dismuwod the complaint. Tbe
flaintifl was represented iu the action uy ex-Judge
anchor and Mr. Dexter A. HaWkint. and tbe city by
Corporation Counsel Wbitnuy and two of his assist
ant*. Messrs. Cuarjes r. Miller and E. H. Lacombe.
It was learned lrotn some or tbo gentlemen
interested in tho mailer on the part ot tbe city tbat
tun contract In question waa drawn by the officials in
the Dock Department instead of tnose in tne Engi
neer's Department, and that a succeeding contract
nrawn itib latter conforms in all rutpoets to the
provisions ot tho law. the contract thus summarily
Killed, aitbnugii financially speaking, perhaps sotiiu
wiiat lato tn dying, was made in the course ot carry
Yng out tbe new plan lor improving: the water iroot,
and out ot It the plaintiff in the caso has already cot
IRliEGULAli THEATRICALS.
Mo etiu o( motions are more frequent Is the courts
Ihsn those growl ug oat of Injunction* against parties
charged with carrying on a species of Irregular theat
ricals. These performances, bom acting and musloal,
art generally earned on In lager beer saloons, tbe
larger naintier being oa tbe east aide ot tbe city, by
? law of tbo Slate a license lee ol |S00 a year Is re
quired as a preliminary quelltlcatlon lor conducting
this class of entertainments, tbe proceeus ot which go
tor tbe benefit of tbe Society lor tbe Reformation ot
Juvenile Delinquents. To tbe society is left tbe work
of bunting up or bunting down the irregular or illloit
performers abd compelling tbem to cease ibolr panto
mime aad blowing tbrougb brasen moutba or else pay
Me $600. This Imposition or $&00 and tbe use msue
of It is said to be based on tbe principle tbai theatrical
and musical performances. whether In tbe gilded
theatre or tbe temples of the east side where Gambri.
bus la worshipped, tend to proauce an annual crop oi
juvenile delinquents, lor the reiormation of whom the
society has been organized, and mat it is bat lair
tbat tbe authors ot tbe injury should pay tbe cost of
(be repairs. With the regular theatres, small as well
ss great, the ottoers ol toe society have no trouble, but
thin tbe musical beer saloons ol the east side it is
quite to the contrary, lor thoy figbtagain.it the law not
?hly oa principle, but ok interval also, and no crooked
trbrskny men were ever more earnest In toetr opposi
tion or more In sympathy with eaoh niber than tbey.
Among those who some time stnoe oame under the
ban 01 the lawyers oi tbe society Is John Meyer, ot
Essex street. He Would not pay the flue, and would
persist Id treatlog his customers to music end acting
as well as lager. An injunction Ire in tbe Supreme
Mart wae hcried at bis musical bead; no tried to dodge
It aad still maintain tbe even tenor of bis old w?y,
hat tailed, and lound bimsell la Ludlow Street Jail lor
ion tempt ol Court, lie has been there two moutba,
and now says he Is too poor to pay, too sick to
remain la jnll sad live, has resolved to abandon his
musieal ways, aad ? sufficiently penitent to warrant
the Court ia exercising Its lorgiveuesa These lacts
were told of him belore Judge WVst brook in Supreme
Court, Chambers, yesterday, by bis counsel, Colonel
Bpencer, aad bis release from imprisonment saked lor.
ftiert *si some Opposition on the ground that he bed
been very persistent In ssserting his supposed right,
snd had given the society a great deal ot trouble be
fore they Mcoeoded la putting sn extinguisher on his
liaMaai seal
Bat Jadge Westbrook wss of opinion tbst tbe csee was
"?ttrhlaeA, ' ia that the msn wss kept there while u
?as impossible tor him to par and only poaaible to die.
(I he was slot be might toe tairly said to have bean
paaisaed enough lor tbe error el his ways, and tr tbe
opposition desired to sstisfy themselves as to the pris
oner's physical ooaditlea they might have tbe oppor
tunity. This was desired, and a delay of a day wss
grailed tor that parpos*.
The Judge wwtied to kaow Irora the prlsoasr's
counsel U bis client wss penitent euoogb to shut np
hw boor saloon. To this esteut, Colonel Spencer re
plied, his eiioot wan not prepared to no, but he weald
promise to olose the piano lorever, throw the elarlonOt
In the corner, bans up the Bddle aad almost go to the
length ol swearing against Jewsbarps aad wbtstling.
The Court maan no eossmuau on tnis odor, bat
looked satisfied, aad it4o>dsy the medical testimony be
satistsctory tbe "bird msy again slug" Ik Meyer's
hsart beyond the ranch ot legislative intrusion.
rotor Carroll is charged with being another or tbe
irregulars, but It Is westward bis musical star has
taken Ite way, aad he and Meyer are arraigued by the
officers ol tbe society with having entronohod them
selves at either pole ol its operations aad almost dolled
them. Carroll lied his muoioal entertainment tem
porarily interrupted oa the Sixth avenue by a tem
porary inunction from the name Court. Yesterday
his case also oame oefore tbe Court on s motion on
behalf of tbe society by Mr. C. Randolph Kobluson
to perpetuate that injunction. The uioitou wa* op
Mon tbe part ot Carroll, and a dicso uuon ot Hie
>rar? injunction asked lor on the ground tbat be
had not given thentrlcai or musical eniertaiunienis
Within the mesnlog el tbe law. Aflidavite were rind
on bis bebalt liom regular actors, negro mmstroU,
pbyMclant, neighbor- and patrons geucraily, to in0
? fieri tli.it tbey did not conxliler the porioimauui-s
giveu as being in ihu nature oi thestricai or musical !
pcMorm.tliL'es, such km are known to public pi.ici* of I
krouAimeht or cotuempUle.i by tbo aialuis. li w?n
also urged tbat in thm case, ax in tbat ol the east side i
inn. tciil "ilefrfdstor," no enirsnco ie* wn* ctnAftd, i
Juilg*1 Wtstbroo* sain he wn.v clearly "I opidson tbst, i
although tht-e portiOM charged oo entrimo in m
nionev, yet Ibe uhje'-i ot tile |>er orinnfi<r i * una to (
atirac' r'u-iomers .?nd llmt gat the benchi in ib* in- |
rfimt >11 at lacrsAMa sales of isgor, mJ tft ?fotpg **
ii!?? canfe vilb'S tbo meaning of the law. l?*
junction against Carroll wm ottered to continue. _
SUMMARY OF LAW CASES.
On nppMeatio* of his eoaneel, Messri. ******* m*
Holt, Elbert retiit ?** ordered by Judge W cstbrook,
ib Snprew* Court, Chambers, yesterday, to ** ?*;
mited to bail l? *?>? sum ?? II.&00- feuli m ttmtgtd
with having shut and wounded Loulea Turner.
In Ue case ol Levy agaluat vU? Hew York and S*
jem Railroad Company. to recover m large or
damage* lor Injun* which plaintiff auauune* ?MM
ran over by oue ol defendant's car* (tbe parttonlart ol _
which have already appeared In the H***U?,
tailed to earee, and were (Uscharged by JudgeBMlb
Ih? Jouri ol Commo* Flees yeeterday.
^n ?be caw of Adam Weber against Ado.ph Kieket
In wb*h *110
?x m"???sss*r^' >"
machine to the Uefeudani. . f .. Mary
in tha mailer of th^conUil ol the will p* ^ *? |
issfsiss
tue eriminal lawyer), wuc> are ???? Cfclvito.
donee ?u closed yesterday before Hurrogaia oaiv u,
and an adjournment was taken to so? r
decisions.
KtnUUlZ COOBT?BPICUl TEXM? ?
LU. Cc"t?7~ T.?? ..
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S,,*0A COMMON PliKAd? SPECUI. ??*?
Br Judge Van Hoesen.
~ ?r~'rbi?;Si"t"w.i?'vtw;
and anoiher, 4c., ?*" Arnou*.?Motions
Suwards va. Slamovlts; Tooicer vs. .aruuu*.
''flecker vs. Schneider; Boork vs. Fergnsoji.-MottoM
II tfs
imndUHL
marine cocbt?CHAHBEBB.
??.??
C?Wdson ts. Yale.?Motion denied, with $10 oosts, M
"tX'X'Z?s23?"? <" ?
?OoidsmHb r*. Becker.?Motion dented. ^
Coleman vs. Levy.?Motion granted, *M ?
Chapman vs. OP?nUugm.?Motion granted
Forn?ch vs. Leete.-Motion to dismiss OompMl?l
''amfth vs. Foster.?Motion f'anted.
Bctimeike vs. Menard.?Mouoa #rmwj*-? liPBI
McCloaltey ??. O'Bnsn.?Meuon dsnted unless Urms
*rWo?rk vli'leopoid.?Motion dented, without costs.
Kaan m Jones.?Judgment lor deiendant.
Ht Lesvr vs. Jones.?Order tor security granted.
H?ur ???????'"RSJr
i?:iir?us
?:^b#Soemef'vsroK?nI; Hor*ey ri. Heo*bwoui;
Lhc.ik ^Lange* Epstein vs. Mlfler; Weti v* Daiy;
Cbaie vs Stnffler.? Orders granted and entered.
Ackerman vs. Delniontco. ?Motion uonied.
GENERAL SESSIONS?PART li
Before Judge Sutherland.
A COWABDLT HIOHWAXMAS.
On the night ol the 5tb Inst. Cbarlee Donnelly, or
Na 87 Sitth avenue, a voteran of the war, who lost
one of his arms, stepped from a Crosstown and Chris
topber street car. He had no sooner got on the street
man he was selxod by the throat by a highway man,
?hA mbbed him of his pocketbook containing $4<X
Tbe old soldier cried out for assistance and ttie ru?""
hfisssftjbffi as1
clons ono. He sent h.m to tbe Stale l'rlson lor the
term ol eight years and six months, at hard labor.
AMOIHBB BODBKtt DISPOSED OP.
While fieorge Koelthen, of Na 431 West Forty
fourth street, was walking on Sixth avenue on the
night of May 14, .omowhat Intoxicated, he was ap
proached by a brace of thieves, who attacked him add
robbed him of his watch and cluin. Sergeant Hamil
ton ot tbe Twenty-ninth prectnot, arrested the
thieves, whodeecrtbed themselvee as John O'Brien, of
Na 1M East Thirty-third street, and Thomas Wilson,
?? Vo i?7 F.a?t fhlrty-fottrth street. Both pleaded
gulUy'yesterdior and were sont to the State Prison
"'john' MsVd^ ol No# ^"kast Sixty-third Street,
rSrr'firk'm.t^m^VK^l^d'rh^r
Sevenw-UMt street and Eait Kiver, bought the stolen'
orlsf snd b";8 ?raigned lor trial pleaded gnUty.
Ke w^s sent to tbo State Prison lor one ye?r. .
Victor H. Darling, ?1 the Corapwn Hou^ Third
>MnnH was aiisckod by Frank KIbk, ol
Chtirysiroos and robbsa ol bis watch on Uie nigbloi
the Otb msu Tno prisoner pleaOod guilty and was
Mni to tbo State Prison lor five years.
William Wilson, of Na 46 East Fourth stroet. on
.kT li idil entered the Jewelry store ol CharleaS.
Jewett No. 11R Eighth street, and attempted to lilt a
(mid watch irom a poR by means ol a boos fastened to
the end of his walking iane. Ho ?? can.bt m the
I act and yotterday pleaded guilty and waa sent to tho
i siite Prison lor two years and six Bombl
Thomas Smith, ol Serenty-Ofth street, between
Second and third avenues, pleaded guilty to the charge
ot stealing propertv, valued at $M>. Irom tbe apart
men?ii fcrS. CeliaMullanoy, No dFirstavonae H.
waa sent to the State Prison for bve yeara fanny
Palmer, jointly indicted with Smith, waa uncharge*.
THE LEITH FOllUEItX OA HE.
The trial of William Loltb and bla son William 8.
Leith lor forgory waa resumed yeatorday at lb* sitting
ol tbe Court. It waa claimed by tba p.-o.-ecution that
the father counterfeited (be signaturoa of Bryce &
Smith, wholesale liquor dealers. No. 83 Front street,
to certain chocka on the Merchants' Kxcbango Na
tional Bank, through which auma amounting to over
$20,000 were obtained, with tho assistance of William
F. Veltman, bookkeeper and financial agent ol Bryce
& Smltn. The proaccniion lurtber oiaimed that, tlio
lathor tranalerrod tbe largest sbaro to bis son, wbo
opened an account in the Rational Trust Company,
and then withdrew nearly the entire amount. Tho
prisoner Wil.lam H. Loitli, tbe son, waa exam
ined yesterday at great kiugth, and teat Iliad
that it was bo, and not his lather, I urged tbu (dena
tures of Bryce A; Smith to tho checks prepared i>y
Veltman. He said bis lathor was ignorant ol his pro
cowlings. The witness also stilted that ho had given
$13,611 of tbo proceeds ot tbe lorgurtea to Voltuian
and kept $3,39& lor blm?olf. He averred tbut it was
bis Intention to come to court and testily on behall of
his fntbor wbon he was arrested. In reply to Aksistaut
District Attorney Boil the wnnosa reiterated that
alateineni, but It was subsequently disprovod by tlie
evidoncn ol Detect) veaRbodee and Heilly, to whom be
said bo bad no intention ol coming to court Mr. J.
R. Fallows addressod tbe jury on behalf of the pris
on ore, and tba caao Was adjourned to this morning
GENERAL 8Eb8lOlJS-PAHT 2.
Before Judge tlicersieove.
ItuHlllNU HIM FATHER.
? track driver named John Ryan, ol No. 682 Grand
street, was yesterday arraigned lor trial by Assistant
District Attorney Herring, charged with having aiolen
$200 irora bla father, wbo appeared aa complainant
auainst him. The prisoner pleaded guilty, and it ap
pesring?that he was an Incorrigible youtti Judge Oil.
dcrsleeve sent him to the State Prison lor three yoars.
HTEAXINQ paint.
John Olark and Kdward Lee wero arraigned lor tital
by Aaalatant District Attorney Barring charged with
having on tbe lat last, atolen a quantity ot paint, tlie
property ol Arnold Schwere, who was ( aiming a new
bona* in West Sixteenth street. The prisoners wire
eaugbt with tbe paint in tbelr possession as they were
entering a house In Sixteenth street, near Ninth ave
nue. lb reply to Mr. Hugh Colemao, their counsel,
the prisoners dented the tbefi and staled that they bad
been given tbe projierty by a third party to tie earned
Into a vacant bouse. Tbe Jury found them guilty aud
the prlsoaera, on the motion of Mr. Coleman, were re
manded lor aenteuce.
THK CHADWICX POROKBX.
In tbe oaae of George W. Chadwick, wno la charged
with being implicated In tbe forgery ol a $04,000
cheek, on the Union Trust Company, the District
Attorney ye?terday accepted ball, James Gocoude,
of No. 244 East Eightieth street, becoming the eurdty
in $6,ooa
John Bpahr, eighteen yaara old, of N?, 130 fast
Tenth street, aasuulied Henry Petersen, or So. 136
Suffolk street, with a blunt instrument, inflicting very
sorious wounds. Tne prisoner pleaiod guilty aud *as
?ent to the State Prison lor lour years.
William Seaman, a yotitb ot eighteen, atola a boat
valued at $2O0, tba property ol Isaac P. Martin, of No.
60 Wall street, on tbe 4th lust. The prisoner, who was
loand in possession ol tne property, pleaded guilty,
anil wss sent to the State Prison tor two years and six
months.
COURT CALENDAR*?THIS DAY.
SorMaas Cocrt?Charm aa?Bold by Judge Weat
brook.?N?S. 2W, 126, 170, 214, 2S8. 290, 303.1k. J12.
117, 1m, 204, 246, 25B, 2?2, 2U1, 308, 3o?, 310, all, 312,
3U, 316.
scntaak Court?Grxrral Tstm.?A ijoarned until
Jul> ti, 1*77.
Si'rKKMB Court?Spkuiai. Ishb?Held by Judgs
D moliue ?No*. 63*1, 491,471, 228, 166, 86. 601, 60H,
6<nt, SlU. 616, 619, 620. bM, 633, 641. 328, I .'in, 337. 391
lu2. 131, 637. 46$, 407, 47ti. 440, 410, 322, 48, 213, $32,
47>, 61 4, in*. 4'iW, 626. lull. 2'.*6.
SrrRKMK Court- Circuit? Part I?Held by Judge
Barrett.?Case uu. Biowniim ft al v*. Hunt!) ChM.
So day calendar. i'act 2 ? 1W?<1 by Judge l'utief, ?
I CM* 00, Rlllg el ?L. to., ri The Mayor, Ac. No day
calendar. Part & ? Adjourned until Frlaay nest
Si-rsaiOR Court?Urwrral To**.? Adjuurned until
| Monday, /???< 18.
!*bfvr!okPoi*kt?Stoqial Tbrm?Hold by Judge Sao
ford.?Jtos. 87, 48, 21, 43, 88, 79, 10, 74. Demurrer
No. 7.
Mm*iM Court?Trial Trrm?Port 1?Held by
1 Judge BedKwick. -Nos. 871 1160 K. 980. 1314, 071, 1107,
706, 244, 1011, 1029, 6S6, 134.'!, Si 1233, 414, 124. Pari
??Held bv Chief Justice Curtis.? \oa ft 18, ;>42. 664,
Ml, 6Tt.*J?. 081, 996, OT9, 1144, 11*8, 1104, *M. 7?0'i.
747. 772. 1201, 822. 1214, 1120, 807. 480, 1181, 13'J2,
1204, 1833, 1131. 1-230. Part 8? Held by Judge Npelr.?
Nos. 401. 909, 1232, ??, 844. ITS, 1089. 744. 784, 1137,
1003, 804. 340, 341, 1383, 1368. 334. 1004. llM. 1171,
1172, 1178, 1180, 1181, 1188, 474, 1034, 102ft, 1044, *60,
782, 808, 840, 1184, 770, 1182, 1188, 220, 420. 1174, 1343,
1244. 1244, 1246, 1247.
Cosmos Pua??(iinuii Tirm.?Adjourned until
Meaday. Jaoe 18, 1877.
Commov Plxa*?rfqcirr Trrm?Bold by Judge Van
Hooseu?Noa. 2. 17, 9, 34, 4, 10, 27, 14, 14*. Do
mairers? No*. 88, 72, 74
Common Plr as?Trial Tbrh?Part 1?Held by Judge
Robinson.?Noe. 382, 1241, 381, 477, 1944, 270, 1184,
4-7. Part 2?Hold by Cbief Juatice Daly.? Nos. 1143,
127. 22#. 1184, 1288, 1291, 001, 144, 1070, 487, 1914. 2U64,
1129. 781.807 Part??Held hy Judge J. V. Daly.?
Noe. 42, 234, 1288, 1267, 1178. 1840
Marina ComT?Trial Tsbn?Parti? Held by Judge
Alter.?Noa 8478, 8U87, 8476. 8024. 8213. 6668, 7688.
4174, 4178, 4177* 0484, 8820, 8823, 6824, 6(320. Part 2?
Held by Judge Sheridan.?Nos. 8417, 4670. 6486, B819,
8422. 6401, 8494, 4497, 4000, 6810, 6811, 6612. 0613. 6610,
6618. Pari 3?Held by JudgeSlnaotL ?Noa 6326. 9241,
0424, 4124, 3328, 6371, 6374, 6447, 4044, 41U3, 7446, 02U0.
0307, 6808,
Court or Giknil Sicsaioira?Part 1?Held by Jodgo
Sutherland.?Toe People va Elbert Pottit, lelouious
aaaaull aud battery; Saute va. John Click, Tbouiaa
Boiirmer aud Wlillaaa Napier, rope; Same ?l. William
Vosburcb, grand larceny: Mamo ra. George Smith,
grand larceny; Suruc vs. Eugene Seminer, grand lar
ceuy.Saine vs. Amelia Scbubart and Lixaie Scliubart,
grsud larceny; Same va Michael H. Lornlog, forgery;
Same t*. JOiicob H. Boyle, lalao protenrea; Same vs.
Waiter Pcoplw, petit larceny; Siuie va Edwurd Bren
nan and Edward Stouteuberg, petit larceny; Same va.
Ibomaa Kennedy, pent larceuy ; Same vs. Thomas Crow
y, petit larceny; Same va. Samuel Bruckmvn, pout
lhrceny;Samo va. William Gilbert, aaoaull and battory.
Part 2?Held by Judge Gtlderaleava.?The People va.
Henry Whittle, felonious aaaauit and battery; Same
va. Kicbael Noon, ftlonious assault and battery; Samo
va Cbarlea Kevaria, burglary; 8?mo vs. Jumee Fla
herty, grand larceny; Satoe va. Bernard Rogers, grand
larceny. Same Vs. Jobn Motschenbaeker, grand lar
ceny; Same va. William Andrew, forgery; Same va.
Maggie C?vigan, petit larceny; Same va. Nellie Brown,
disorderly Rous#.
CHURCH TRUSTEES ENJOINED.
A writ of temporary Injunction and no order to
?how canoe woo fronted on application of J. K. Hop
per, yooterday, by Jumice Gilbert, Supreme Court,
Kings county, agalnat the trustees of the Reformed
Cburch oI Spring Valley, N. Y. The ground upon
Which the writ was obtained waa the alleged intention
of defcndRtita to aeli the property named agoinat the
wishes of the Consistory.
BIX CENTS DAMAGES.
la tho suit brought by Jamea Conner, o minor,
through hie gnardtao, against Patrick H. Curraa, Su
perintendent of the Cemetery of the Holy Cross, Flat
busb, io recover 11,000 damages for lnjurles received
by beifeg ran oVer by a wagon driven by defendant,
tue jury lound a vordlct of sis centa damages for plain
tiff. The defence was that the occurrenoe was purely
accidental. The case waa tried In the Kings County
Court, before Judge Mooro.
THE M'CLELLAND BANKRUPTCY.
The report of United States Register Wlaalow upon
tho petition of Charles B. Crosby to sot aside the oer
titeaie of discharge of Henry McClelland, a bankrupt,
waa Oled to Brooklyn yesterday. The Regiater denies
the petition.
COURT OF APPEALS.
Albaxt, N. T? Juno IS, 1877.
Ko. 217. Beokwltb vs. Wbalsa?Argument resumed
and ooBolndod.
No. 68. Cutis va. Guild.?Argued by N. C. Moak tor
appellant and E. K Taft for respondent.
So. 71. Hathaway va HowelL ? Argued by J.
McGuIre lor appellant and M. Goodrich for respond
ent. Caso still on.
Proclamation made and Court adjourned.
calm oar.
Tbo following is the day calendar for Thursday,
Juno 14:?Noa 76, 82, 83, 30, 39, 27, 78, 79.
THE DOCK DEPARTMENT.
HO ORGANIZATION YET OP THE BOARD.
A meeting of the Dock Department was to take
place yesterday at tho offices of tho bureau, No. 117
Duane street. At the boar appointed a number of
contractors and workmgmen thronged the stairways
and hallways, but Commissioners Westervelt, Dimock
and Vaoderpoel were late in arriving. No public busi
noes, however, was transacted, the members of tho
commission holding a private conference, It was un
derstood, for tho purpose ol organizing. Commis
sioner Vonderpoel informed the reporter that there
would be no business ol public interest transacted, and
that the Board wore simply considering matters of
routinei Tho organization wilt probably aot be per
fected until tho next meeting.
COST OF ARMORIES.
The Armory Commission, which consists of Mayor
Ely, Comptroller Kelly and Tax Commissioner An
draws, aid the Aldermanlc Commute* on County
Affairs oonslot log of Maura. Tuomay, Saner, Guntzer,
Rowland and Slmonson, bold a oonlereuce yeaterday In
the Mayor's office relative to armory leases lor the
National Guard of this elty. An investigation has
been on loot by the committee lor some time, with a
view of devising some plan to rednt-e the enormous ex
penditures Incurred in paying rent lor these armo
ries.
Tax Commissioner Andrews stated tbat $10,000
was sufficient to pay lor tne armory ol'
the Twelfth regiment, in Broadway, between
Forty-sixth and Forty seventh strode. Formerly
a yearly rent ol 924.000 was paid; now $12 ono
Is the amount. Mr. Andrews also contended tbat the
rent ol $16,000 paid for ibe Ninth regiment armory, in
Twenty-sixth street, was too biyb, itnd tbat it ought
to be ftxml at $S,Ooa Comptroller Kelly made a sug
gestion tbat the Committee on County AITatrs ol toe
Bonru ol Aldermen should asoeruin tho lowest terms
upon which proper armories can be obtained lor the
regiments of tbe aiatlooal Guard not provided with
permanent Headquarters. The proposition win adopted
and the conleroncfl adjoorood. It Is expected that tbe
committee will make a report at tbelr noxt meeting,
KEAL ESTATE.
The following are tbe sales made on the exchange
yesterday:?
BV a. T. fURMtTT.
Supreme Court foreclotare ?*le ? Tlmmm II. Landon,
referee?ol (its lots e.it-li 29*1<X) tin ?v. B. ?. g , 75
It ?. nt lrwiRtt., Kurdnam; to Edwin nehufeidt,
plaintiff 88,145
pr st'orr amu arsa*.
Supreme Conrt foreclosure ??le K. W. Loew, ref*
' eree of * lour atory orowfa Mone hou?e, with lot,
IZInOitR West JWth St.. n a., 44.8 It. *.of 7th
ar.; to Andrew (iulir. plaintiff . .. 1R,500
ar LOUIS MKSIBIt.
Common Plea* fnrocioeniit ?aln-rt. II. Olln. ref
eree- of a plet of land. lo4,3x 171.10x50, bounded
l.> 10th sr., llroa<iw?v sod 73d it,; to O. D. Lord,
plaintiff 10,000
ir johk t sovn.
Supreme Conrt foreeloaur* sale?Ed. Piittomnn, ref
arm?nf a t?u story nrlck bourn-. wltli lot
2ftx53 Is26.2xfcft.ft. la l?Hh St., a. a.. MS ft. a. of
Olli sr., to 11. D. Chauncey, Jr 4,375
ar ncum it. cnr.
Supreme Court foracloaure ?ale -S. II. Olln, ref
eree?of tho building. with lot 33.4*50.0 (So*.
ItiU and lt?)J'auai it., u. ?.. 1012 Ik w. of Varlrk
it., to Mew York Life Insurance Company, olaiit
tiff 20.000
Similar mle?aaine referee?ol a bom*, with lot
IH.tislUO.Il. in East 11111> it., n. a., 128 ft w of
?v. a. to .New York Life Insurance Company,
plaintiff , 4,800
sr a. t. SLtaexxB sun s<>i?.
Supreme Court lorreloture sale -rhllo r. Rngglea,
referee of Iho Are Story brick warehouse, with
plot of lead U-UlxI0O, So*. 181 to IUU 7tbav.,e.
s., 288 It. n. of 21tt it., to William Neliou 43,300
Total sales tor tbe day SllM.570
nuns mas.
William st, a.. 9QP ft. e. of Morris place. 181x100
ward): alio tlslsey ?t , a w. corner Cortland!
sr., 115x105; Daniel Jaekaon to Sarah A. Teller.. Nom.
Mulimn ar., u. e. comer B4ib ?t.. 50.5x1*.); alio Mad
ison ar., e. a. 75..% ft. a. of 04lli St., 2jxUO; Ells
Mylaa l" Kaaseli *>183.218
flotb at., n. a.. 111.8 ft e. of Madlaoo sr., 16.8x100.5;
oarali A. Style- to K. Sa?e 21,400
110th St.. I. a., 120 ft. W. ol 4th a*.. 42x100.11;
I'blUp ftiaer and wife to U. Kennedy N m.
William at. (No. 120): Augnsta* Kapeiye to O. Dis
hur'ush an,000
8th a?.. :i. w. eoruer of lJWib it., UUxlHI 11.. T. J.
Nortball to It Gardiner Mom.
94th tt,a. ? . mi It. e. ol lotb ?v., 11)8x53.8;
Davis MeFall to Wm. llucknor 1.700
58th tl. s. a., 225 ft. e o! 5th sr., lOOxlOUb; JUb.
Junes to Jainea K. Smith 52,000
Stanton at., n. w. eoraer ol Allen, 7f>xoO; C. E. Jen
nti.ica to ti. Von Tbaden 14,000
lttth it., n. a.. 175 ft, e ol Bth av., 25x02; A. F. Holly
and wife to Fred Sehnch 20,000
letritiM
Green. Ellsabetb 1L, to A. B. Craue, No. 12 Dov?
Ing at.; 13 years 8JC6
Green, Ellsabetb H., to F. B. Mead, Me., m. a. of av.
C. a. ol 4tb at., 5 yean 3,85ti
R.ibiua. h. I*. and wile, to W. T. Horn, a. w. eoraer of
WMUlnuton and Kingata. j I year 7,000
Kobtnv K. V. and wtle, to W. m. KinKSlanrt, a. w.
corner of Waabiiiifiuii and Kinv sta.. 5 ynars.... 40,000
Uluoisntoek. H. antl husband, to K. Elalnf, w. a of
mo sr.. n. ol Sfttb at.: lua..... 1,800
Btiner, Kffle and hnsband, to 0. G. I'rniby, s. s. of
?2il it., w. oT st. H Nora.
Kennsdr. 1). and wife, to D. G. Crosby, ?. s. of 110th
at., w. of4tb a*.; 1 year.....,..,, 8.000
Evsna, L. T and limbanil, to esecutoro of J. V. I'ar
kur. a a ol 137th at., e. ol Alexander ar. i2:i<l
wHrdi ; Dyesra 1.280
Meyer, li. and hiKbanii, to A. Wolff, s. a of 4i?tb at..
e. of 8th a*.: 2 yeara 1,000
Rnntead, R., to B. U. Rowson, Ragle mr. (Xi<\ ward);
One . 500
Ncbuck, Kred and wife, toM. Willels. n. a of lllth st.,
e. ol Dili sr., 'J years. 1,500
Rntue to S. Wtlleta, u. a of Intb St., e. ol Otu ar.; 3
yasra 8,.156
MeMnfer, Adam J. and wife, to Charles W. Zlmmsr,
sr. a el ?>orieiS, a ol Brooaie St. ; 2 rears 300 I
MRS. MAKY HANSKN'8 EXPLOITS.
HEIRESS TO A WEALTBT OBBMiN ABCH BI8BOP??
HOW A BICH WIDOW FABCIMATED BOMB OEW
TLEWeN m JEBBET cttt. ?
The trial of Mrs. Mary Hanaan, aliaa Mrs. Mary Olb
son, ob aa tudictmeai oharging bar wltk obtaining the
sum of $1.2X6 trom Horace Farrier by representing
thai aba was the niece and hetreaa of Archbahop
Wolff, of Baden Baden, IB Germany, waa commenced
yesterday in the Court of Quarter Sessions at Jersey
City, belore Judges Hoffman, Quaife, Wiggins and
BrlBVerboft District Attorney Garretaon appeared
for tho State ar.d Cbarlea M. \\ Infield lor the defence.
Horace Farrier testifiedI reside at Ha. 106 Grand
street, Jersey City, an J have lived to this city thirty
yeara; know the dofoadant, Mra. Hanaea, ona year;
waa introduced by her daughter; aba stooped la say
bouae la tha month of September, and aba obialaed
money from me In the latter part of that month; abe
represented to me that aba had a large amount of
money left her by her uncle, who waa a blshon in the
Catholic Chuich at Baden Baden, In Germany; aha aaid
that thta money waa to be paid to her by Cardinal
MeCioskoy; aha aaid that tne money aba wanted from
me waa to employ oounael, aa aha could not get the
money uutil tha papers wera all drawn up; aha
said ahe would pay ma aa aoon aa abe
got tbo money from tha Cardinal; oa these
representations I loaned her $276; l paid
it to her at my house; tha aecond amount 1 loaned
nor waa $325; this was two or three daya after the
first loan; nest gave her $130, and tha following day
$10; the next advances were $376, $86 and $36 respee
tlvaly, being $1,216 in aU; this waa all to pay cennsel,
as she aaid abe would have to pay a large aura to the
German Conaul In Philadelphia; she said ahe waa to
receive $700,000. which waa odo-half tha aetata, the
other half to revert to the Catholic Cbbrcb; lasted
her why she did not go to see the Cardinal; aha aaid
aha would have to be Identified be'ore tbo German
Minister at Washington; aha aald aha had racalved
$26,000 from Cardinal McCloekey; I an Iced hT why
sne did not get another advance from him; ah* said
that If ahe waa not identified before (be
German Minister within a oertaln time the
whole eetate would revert to the Catbolio Church;
on looking over paper next day saw that the Cardinal
waa at Seton Hall Collage; aaw deapatcnea with her
signed "John McCloikey, Cardinal;" that waa ta Oc
tober; she gave me papers In Philadelphia on the 21at
October; *ho had told me that aa aoon aa aba received
mouey from me to puy lor theaa papera ahe would bring
there over to Cardinal McCloakey and get her money on
presentation oi them ; she gave ma tha papera aa se
curity for my money till she should coma on to Jersey
City; went to Philadelphia In auawer to a telegram;
I gave her $376; brought the papers with me to Jeraey
City; they were encloaed In two large en
velopea and addressed, "Right Rev. John J.
McCloskey, D. D., Cardinal, New York ettr;"
1 put the papera la my aafe; Mr. Parmen
tor soon after caiied on her lor the payment of money
be advanced to bar and Inapeotor Murphy came to my
hoose and examined tho papers; one envelope among
the papers sho gave mo was addreased ta "Rev. John
Wood, Philadelphia:" that envelope oontaltied nothing
but a blank sheet of paper: I showed her the papers
aod demanded aa explanation; abe insisted that they
were genuine; 1 read oil a list of the moneya I loaned
her and she acknowledged the receipt of all; Inspector
Murphy calicd her attention to one of the enveloaaa
that had been opened by mlttaka and ahe aaid there
must have been a mistake about it: she gave me some
jowelry to obtain sotne money on so that 1 could pay
Mr. Parmenter, whose claim was $600: I kept the Jew
airy to secure myself and I would pay Mr. Parmeattr.
HI* JSWIIRT.
The Jewolry constated ot one three-atone ring, one
cluster ring, one pair of earrings, one pendant, one
pair of bracelets, one pair ot obain bracelets, one largo
chain, one small coral pendant, one locset and cross,
one engraved watoh, one enamelled watah ; I tried to
get $1,600 on them, bat failed, as aobody seemed In
clined to touch them; she went to Philadelphia the
day after she gave me the Jewelry, and tha Best 1
heard of her waa her arresk
Inspector Murphy, ol the Jersey City police fetae,
corroborated that portion of Mr. Farrier'e testimony
about opening the letters addreaaod to Cardinal Mo
Closkey and Bishop Wood.
Patrick H Laverty testified that Mra. Hanaen called
on him a week ago at his nouse, and asked him It be
thought the Cardinal was coming over bore In tbia
case; ahe said that the Cardinal knew nothing about
her, and that she certainly knew nothing about hi*;
told defendant that he had a peraonal Interview with
the Cardinal, whom he bad knawa for many years, tn
relation to thta case, and that the Cardinal observed
that be knew nothing about the woman, aod that she
could know nothing about him; defendant replied.
"That's aa"
This witness closed the case lor tha State, and Fred
eric* T. Farrier waa calicd aa first witness for tha de
fence. He testified:?Am acquainted with Mrs. Hansen;
was introduced to her at the Sobutzen Park in Green
ville; it came to my knowledge that ana was a rtth
widow from what she told me: took Mr*. Hanaen'a
daughter to the houso of my broincr Horace: abe gave
him on one occasion $30 to buy an overcoat and a plain
gold ring.
Till BICB WIDOW'S STOBT.
Mra. Mary Hansen, the defendant, was then placed
ou the stand, and she gave the loliowing recital:?
Knew all the Farriers; my daughter Mary, who ta new
marriod ti William Farrier, waa, 1 learned, stopping at
Horace Farrler'a house, and 1 wanted her to leave;
Fred Fsrrier nsed to drive her (Mary) around lu car
riages; 1 went te Philadelphia and telegraphed for ay
daugnter to come home, and Fred Farrior brought her
boine to me; the first money I ever got from the Far
rier family waa at van tne by Horaoc'a slater; tho
amount waa $86; Horace waa impreased with the idea
tbat 1 waa a rich widow; never made a reprMeatatton
that a fortuae was coming to me; wheoBl got the
money 1 told blm I would pay blin baok; I gave him
my Jewelry and diamonds to aecuro iiim; the laat
money I received irom him waa to pay a debt of $660
lor carriages for my son-in-law William Farrier and
Samuel Garretaon; there waa bealdea a grocery mil tor
$700 contracted while they were etopptng with me;
Horaca Farrier told me 1 waa foolish to give any
money to his brother Fred; that 1 should give no
mora to him, aa I ought to know what kiao Fred was,
and that I ought lo give ail my money to mfci
(Horace) ; never gave him any papera lor
security; Fred and Horace and the letter's
family and myself weatoarriago riding dnrlagtbet'ea
tennlal; 1 furnished the mosey to Fred to pay ail tho
bills except on one occaaion, when Horace paid; the
Jawolry 1 gave Horace was worth $3,600; my daughter
also gave up her Jewelry to the Farriers; Fred
alao gave to H or hoc a diamoad ring which I had pre
sented b'.ra; alao gave Fred a watch: gave op my Jew
elry on tho day my daughter was married to William
Farrier; 1 paid lor tne whole wedding to the amount
of $1,400; this money waa paid lor silk dresses, Jew
elry, provisions, wines, silvsrware, ohiaa, Ac.
On cross-examination she admitted mat ahe men
tioned to Homce Farrier tbat her father's brother was
Archbishop Francla Xavier Wolff, of Freiburg; ahe did
not remember apoaking of Baden Baden; she might
have spoken shout Cardinal MoCloskey; the received
at diflerent times $52.0o0 of tbs bequest left her by
her uncle; the money was paid to her by Father
Wili'gor (or Wcnmgnr). or the Jesuit Churoh ib .seven
teenth street, Philadelphia. The District Attorney
pressed her so closely In regard to her alleged rela
tionship with the Archbishop, the pnymonta ol money
alleged lo have been made by a clergyman ol tho
Catliolio Church In Philadelphia, us dis
pensing agent, her antecedents and fam
ily history, that abe bt-eanie quite conlusod
and contradictory. Some questions she retnsed to
answer till directed by tbo Court, She said abe did net
live with her last huihaud, who is still living, bat Ho
did not support her. She said ahe was arrested belore
In I'biladolpiita on a charge of obtaining mouey under
false pretences She waa alae arrested in New York
on the charge of attaultiog a man. She denied hav
ing been arrested in Now York on complaint ol a man
named Uixby, who charged ber with outaining rhoney
under (alae pretences, but acknowledged tbat ahe was
a frequent visitor at the Tombs.
Ibe rase waa here adjourned till thla morning.
There ta another Indictment against her of a similar
diameter, la which Hamuel Garretaon allegea ho waa
victlmizod.
THE A8TOUI4 MARKED BURGLARS.
George A. Moll, counaol lor Jak* Roberta, on* of lh?
Aitori* mnslod burglar*, la still working bard to M
cnre Robsrta' pardon. Ho lud an Interview with Gov
ernor Uubinton yeatorduy, and the Governor pronnaed
to give lb* matter conaidaration at an early day.
Roberta nnd Riley ar* at work In tbo axle abop at
Auburn, and John James la at work in the sbo* pi bo p.
McCarthy, tbo youngest or the lour, who waa sen
tenced lor twenty yenrn, died in tbe prison hospital
from couaumption on Saturday last. District Attorney
Downing I* atrongly oppo?eo to tbe release of Roberta,
and 11 in considered douotful whether tbo application,
will b* successful.
MUNICIPAL NOTES,
Comptroller Kelly, Mayor Kly and Tax Commissioner
Aodrewa held a session yoaterdnv afternoon to examine
Into the clslma lor rent of buil itng corner of doutbern
Boulevard and Third avenue, uaed for tb* Tenth Dis
trict Court Houae, and other small claims in the same
vicinity. TbiH commission waa oreatad under an aot
of the laat Lt-glalaiure.
Mayor Kly aaya tba dog poano will b* eomploted in
about eight day*.
CONTINENTAL RECEIYERSHir.
Tbe accounts ot Mr. William R. Grace, receiver of
lb* Continents Ltla Insurance Company, ar* to bo
paa**d upon U?-day by Mr. Morgan A. Dayton, lbs
relerea. Examination ot the legal charge*, referred to
Mr. frodortck Smyth, baa been anjooroed for tne pro
aent. The suit brought \>y the atenograpbers lot aor
Vice* In tbe Hutler reierence baa beeo aatiatled by
payment, no objectlona being oflered by Dir. O'Neil.
?? . "
UIIJ.IAHD>.
Allit or SKCO.1l> HAND HIt.Lf AKff Y Alt fiK'tTHf
perleat ord*r.*quiil to new, at v*rjr law prise*. H. W.
CuLLRNDkK. TtH Hroadwoy.
AmkKH/AN stawd a RiTitk vrl mTuardTahl?h
with li*l?aejr'? wtr* cuvfciiins, Indorsed hy all leading
prufeimonal player*; eitra inilncemeni* now olTen-a- sec
on* bitmt Taolea at great bargain*. VT. U. (JKU't'iTH A
CO.. 40 Vsssy at.
A
FOR tIAlih.
I * -JC-l" t iiTs ri if "?KtnoM ' WfttttT-XXX'*.
./\..dry, establl?bed a? 1,237 Broadway >>ei? ?"? n li .m<l
llal A, aHMItt Urtlvl dotal. doing ? Mlflilf tumrifss;
heal looailoa la tbia eity; mnatbaaold at Onca; rent icy
c'laap. Apply at 1,237 Broadway
A REMINGTON T* f l WRITER." IX TlKWOtJOIl
r4?r. very low j nut taUioteui usa lor it. Ai?Ure?* kEjI ?
HeraM alti a
A DOWNTOWN SAMPLE UOOM." FIRST"CLASS,
la* rant, for a?<o cheap. laquir* of t>. W. MYEUd A
CO., SVi W?<hlHtM at.
s~eleg antly'fitte5 LioroR"" srop.r. ~ron
sale at th? orice of the (look. l.LOY L>, _Mt Broadway.
"A oo'io roiinkii i,iyi:oR*"sri?Kh. With Stock
jC\ aud Kixturra Ion* lea?e, to ha sold at * ..inlflre. Al>
ply to WK. JERMIAH. 88 Hamilton ??.. Brootljn.
BRICK' SALOON; Ul'SINK.S.S Lo
cation; moat be sold lor enah: Itrnla,
LI.OYI), 28 Broadway.
A- ?FOB lliit.'nR omurut LIQUOR STORES;
?bast Restaurant*; >plendid Krult Store*.
.MITCliKLL. 77 ( edar at.
A FIRST CLASS GROCERY ANH LIQUOR STORE -
.Mutt be auld immediately: cheap; no offer refund;
owner taking ciisrge of a farm. Call 'JJ% Catharine at.
No ageati.
A UMMI OOMW iHtOCBHYi doing" big bi si
xxuaas, tarsal*; alao Bakeries. Confectioneries, Saloon*.
MITCHELL, 77 * edar si.
A ?THE LIQUOR SI'O . K ON~ NOR I'll BAriT COR
Aii'r 2*th at. aud OtU av., Urn day. 10:30. at auction:
fine Fixtures; good Sio. k. Saa auction coiumu.
BK.ST CHANCE EVER OrT BRED?O LD EST A B
Hailed Cigar Sto?a lor sale ab?ap;lha only cauaa sick
neaa. CaU and aae tor youraelt. J.'iTD :id av.
/HOAR STAND, IS~HB_sTAIJRANT, H U8I NEHS~LO~
\J avion, reut low, (or eala cheap. Address box UU Herald
oflke
F!
CIGAR STORE KOR SALE.-A GOLD MINE FUR A
mall Willi capital. Inquire uf A. Ll.->SNKR. #2 Bowery.
For salk-oneTof thb wt*t' mim uipjii
Stores on the wett tida. Apply to WILLIAMS, 130
Greenwich ar.
For"SALE?A FIRST-CLASS LIOU6r STORB, nV!AR
h ferry and railroad depot; can be bought cheap. Apply
to P. H^CAHLEY. 533 Went 42J et.
OR SALE?THK Ola VK STaN'oaT HoTEL BRICM
ton, Long Branoh. Kor particulars apply at hotel ar.
POR BaITE-A GOOD Li QUO ft sTO It I'. ~ON WEST
fct.. In one of tha beat location* on the street: tha o? n*r
baring other place* cannot attend to it; a drat clans In
Hirmeot Apply to JOHN b. McWllORTER, lbl Wett
at., city.
IilOK SALE-A CO*PLKTfcl SKT OF BLACIC~WAL
1 ant Bar Flsturea, at U3 Walker at.
IpOR SALE.-A KIRSr i:LaBs CORNkTi LIQUOR
Stora for aale on we?t tide; reaaona for aelilnir, uwn#r
cone to Europe and la not returnluir. Inunlre at Howard
Brewery, 514 to 53U Waat 33U at, two daya.
F~ Ol BALE^a FIif"B OHiAR hrorkI PARTLY
wholeiala trade: whole houaa und cheap reut: suitable
lur manufacturor. Ac. Inquire I 375 3d ar.
POR MaLE-TiRST OLjWs CORNER J.IQDOR
Store; leading avenna and eaty terma. Addreat B.
1>UUMM, 105 lOtU at., comer 6th ar.
For halk? PHOTooitAph oallkky in lauoe
flourithlng town, dolnif excellent; a rare cWnnce. I'nr
cali or aildrcaa JOHN WOOD, Muwory, New
UOK SALE-a KIR3T CLASS BAKERY, WITH HORSE,
JP wagon and route. Inquire at No. 130 Greenwich av.,
corner Jane at., in the bakery. No agent a.
I'^OR BALk-AT A SACRIFICE. TOR BAR, LEAtR
' and Fixture* in City Hotel. Btli at; rent lea* than hair
ralua; rare ehance; owner baa other butines*; inuat bo
told.
THOB SALE CHRAF?A KINK CORNER IJQHOR
X1 ?torj; low ranf on a lease; coit a year &I.5Q0, Apply
to HOWARD BRhBNKRY, 61B to 53i Watt 33d at.
fISH AND OY-'TKIt Si'A.NU KOR SALK VBRY
cheap, at No. 334 3d.ar.
MANUFACTURING CONFECTIONERY, COMMISSION
Bakey and Lunch Room; beat kunlnem thorougbture,
treat aide; at a great eucriQce. SMITH, 17 rer.tra it.
AKBLB AND URANITB MONUMENTsToR~ 8 ALK
or exehan?e; party leavinu city; will tell at a sacrifice.
Addr aa, lor four day*. J. 8., Herald olfica.
KB^TaCBANTORMILK REFBIGKBaTOR? A LABOR
one, made to order, for aala cheap at BOMEKVILLE'S,
University place.
Safes!?a large bafe. two mruium~anB*one
imt'l Sale cheap. S. G. QU1RK.44^ MaloenUne.
SAFK?ALMOST NEW: MiTdTum BIZB; BEST MAKE;
prlee very low. Koora 12. 3flO Broadway.
THE~JRKATEBr PRODUCTION OF ART BV
made and pr?a*nted In Atnferlca for sale in whole or RR
tbereuL Address ART, Herald oflic^ part
_ MACHINE11Y.
A LAB*tf8*^Tl(lETr OF NEW AND~ftrfCONDli AND
yxRaiilnea, Boilers, Pumps, Ac.; lowest prices. WILSON
k ItOtKE, Mauul'acturera, Front and Dorar at*.
T^MrlRB WOOD SpLItthBfi. REST IN UNITl'D
JliState* for snlitLing pine, oak and hickory. Send for cir
cnlar. WM. L. WILLIAMS, patentee and builder. 154
Bast 25th *L
FOB BALE?90- MORSE HOWRR BROINB AND
Boiler. Can be seen at 'iO and XI Kergeu at., Brooklyn.
Apply for particulars 12 Fulton at., Brooklyn.
rntlK "KUBlTHfs BNOINU."?ALSO _OTHEK ESJ
X (inea. Boilers and Maehinary cheap ; Maehinerv bontht.
ROBr.RTS. ll'.t Llbertr at.
WANTED l'O FDMI/HaHE.
r^ftR^t^BtJY^Hi^oW'HTNb WiBTWf
lSluu ; also a Pier Mirror, about eight Teot high. Address
O., Herald Uptowa Brunch odice.
States wantkd.-statb pbioe an* fcrMBif
sion* for new, wet New York Stave.i; such hnringft- or <H
Inehes (English) in length, n inches In Tldth and 2 to :<
Incees thick pralerrad. Address M. W. ELK'KJdA. booksel
ler. Amsterdam.
ANTED?COLLA R OR ENVELOPE CUT I ING
press. I'll. HAKE, corner Anu and William sts.
w
PROPOSALS.
i>R?j?5ffjrcfnftLrr s jtk ? g BtrwrsTfiAf.
X Jnne 15. tor hauling, setting and laying 17.CI0 teet
Curb. 3D,UOO foot Editing, 55,000 feet Klagitinu, 12.UV0 feet
Crosswalks, 40.1100 lest Gutters, ou illversido ar.. between
Tld aud lWili *t*. N. H. DECK.Kit A CO.. Contractor*.
Boulevard, between 84tli anda'lth at*.
PAJIcii<0~AC'ADFiMIE8, ~~"~
A'-lfcAKTiKKs" da?ci ng ACAiiE ? vrTT10SToS
?square. ?OPEN ALL SUMMER; PRIVATE LEsSOMS
any hoar; GLIDE specialty.
MATRlBlOfflAl*.
~X 8Tn 8TX iff. NftRSTO^T^TTlfrTCr Ffi k'S~f S[E
Jxaeno'iintsnce of a well educated Urty, with a rlewAo
matrimony. Addrta* M aNNKRS, Herald Uptown office.
WINKS, LII4UOK8, MC.
*t swinr&r~ttTYr^iitfa'^bxthlaoaRobsb
^Vthe lavorlto Claret; an oilginai cmo of SO quarts sMpped
to any address on rarelpt ol (J4.
VICTOR h. M AI'GKK, 110 Reade at.
WATCH K 8, jIe VV KIJRY , AC.
'a tblr qua ktEr"XSTd h aLf"caha r ~uf?Mo* f?
^x.Muda and Riaga at le*a than ooat to import; cuah paid
lor Diamonds, Watcha*, Jewelry and Silverware.
JOHNbTON. 1<W Bowery.
A 1* A SACRIFIcE^DIaKOND EARRINlIS, f75 TO
J\.$0.000; Kink-*, Studs, Croasea. Ac.. (20 to tl.OOO;
V\ atchea, tiO to ?350; Loan* effected oa Diamond*,
Watches, Ac., or honglrt; estabiishud lb.iB. J. H. BAR
KINGKK, 31 Onion square.
"LiiTr'sale-an a no. i stop watch,, nkw5 i?t
X karat gold hunting stem winder, m idn by Uuediu, Ga
tera. Address C. S., no* 176 Herald olllce.
Monet on"dIamon dh,~fu its," ac. T'diamon7?,
Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Seal Sacipies, CainHs'
Hair shawls, Silks, Ac., bought and sold bark at a very
small advance. GEORGE C. ALLKN, Jeweller,
1,1?0 Broadway, near 2'.Hh.
?. rn iti; n k.
1'ARHk LOT" OF FlfHNi
A i,.,. ivn.n Ac anltable lor hoar-ling houses, pay
^.'"o'-.u""^'gEOKGE V. CLARK.K, 717 Hro .lw.o.
stairs
BAUMANN" BROTOEK?, 2-J? AMI HUDSON ST.
corner Hr. ome, Is the most reliahlo aud cliaiip^st hou^o
tn New York to buy Furniture, Carpets aud Roddlng, Tor I
cash or Inttalmeuts. _ |
PURNITURE. CARTETS tIROC'KERY. >L.\TKD I
Ware. Mattresses apring Beds, AC . at hall orlce; bauK.
rnpt stock. 244 l anal st.. opposite arln'a Mot'I.
Largest stock, and lowest prices for kur
nltnrn and Carpel* tor cntb or liberal tnnus of parinout !
? t COM PHRTHW AlT'S, 155 and 157 Chatham St. ; 13 large
?%rarooma> I
Mi-kit cakpf.tr. ??iu-Lonis 'and Baitings,
very cheap, at the old placc, 112 Fulton st. Call or loud
lor prion lift.
antkd-a sBcuxd ]6and!'u"mrtoN foldi'ng
lien for cash. Address HOCsEKKhi'ER, box 1 Jo Her
ald oflice
?T?IU A?*K.
^TrfinrxniB?u'^TcRr
xY.bouaes. Hroadway aad 47th ?>?. ???.;? rooms fur
fariiitare, plsuos, iiagxace. Ac luapectiou aoilclted.
i|\") TO 107 WBiT'MD riT.<?EAQLb htorack
i'JO'V?P'b'Miioi; scrupulously clean, orderly) lowclt
rut?i i itrproTml elevator. HU So l<>7 West -i-< i M.. oao dnor
WMV Ol bill SV.
UENTlStRY.
TTvww rntnr is wutr infract on'*.
AffRWRROCOIIM. Ho. :i77 ?lb ??.. one Aom above W.I
it.. opposite Maaonte Temple; ruhner. celluloid |t?|d. nit
tine, 4c.. unit evfritliuu In mnrllMlc*! deatietr^, with
dr?|iau li ; mtriiui oxide iraa. Ne. #77 <>tli M,
BK\urin:L a .tikiciai. thbtiT W\ uU<, ?t
single, $1: warranted; Rew turk Drni.il Kooma. '.''U
Otn av. i established IH.il. lit Mc vlH K.
DiTvas vi.k^k-s?6fi*TiHTiiOSreni ~AV\3i-A
arimin1at>Tnd IS year* wlthonl acrident. Seta,
ILOTHINU.
HTLaYTo7^iTP'towS h*1 VHl.tHMMKNf. M|<t HT"H
?. iteer 4*t(li lit., aatiinialiiug Intli I'ricss p.i.d lor cast
off CliithiaK. ( srnets, Jewelry. Addrn.s Mr. ur Mr*.
V LA I TU.
AT HABUIg'7 hi ?TH A v., NKAK WaVkRLEV
plaee.-Tlie nlmmi value obtained lor l ast nR I nxliliif
Jeoelry, Carpets, Moons, As. Cell on or address Mr. or Mrt.
II AKKlri.
AT NATHAiri S?*? Hf>1 A V.~N EAR 4TM tST.-etiat
off Clothing immediately; htjfhe?t v?iuu paid by
calling on or Addi-eniing .Mr. or Mrt. N At HA 2*.
A?*. MAIlKA, lirl ?TH"AV.;"0JM'OHlTR"*rri sV.~
?Ladles and centienii-n will lie asionUheil at the litifta
Driers paid In cash for caat-olT Clollilrjf. <!arprta, Lace*.
.Joweliy. Ac l.adles waited on by >lra. Marks. Orders
promptly attended to In anil nut of lbs clijr.
jw?" ***adk'?.
AiB riRMT CL IHH Clflff<?M HIIIItT C0' iYfSCWlVfiTs
a sttaatlon . fonr years' with Ifruadwa? house; best rol
rrnee sudrean S . cuiti-r. 21J Went 4'>il? >l.
"l?OHs" I'RIN I ( KS. .Kill rii.MI'iiSl 11 > it ' ORMIRRN
JDa sltnatlun; fair kiiwwl<d|(e of platen ureeawork. Ad
dru. ( Dill'iislliiR, Herald office.
PATTRKR MAK R WAMTK0-A JKIRMT CLASS
woikmaa. ao other need %pi>ly. .No ft Kaat ill. st.
tl'ANTI II A VOl RU Mam WITH TWO OK tiikhe
fT resrs'experience at lithograph pea work. Addreas
bos ltM7 Post office, Button, Mass.
W" AHTRD -A TOU N(M AN , iVtRAKS, TO~MAKR
blaself generally useful In e grocery; meal be smart;
American prsTeusd. Address or eail at ?. Oiaud st., Hrook
'Jn. B- U.
' JUTl lTipan WAXTKO-rKMAUSN.
_ , ? ' ooka. ?< .
/> - w vT- WEST ? ?* OOOO. STEADY OIRi, TO
rcoo*, w??ti anil Iron ait years' relarrtire lmm lui |>laoo.
Hl)..^iT *r-- * KKTp.'cr'iBta womii
?jy4> jfuod plain rook washer aad ironer: ?ur veers'
b?t city reference troiu lsst pla?? T *
')() Wl <T I3TH ST \ STEADY PKItsOX A* OOU.
4,vpftri,i c.i.k . fi.rnd Dakar; citv r-lereiice.
?w? ?K?r um? *tT kkar
?Oct " : *""d w,uh*r ?ad iroeer, good city refer
?? 11 holism" prutehtaIiTwowa*
jr.. "",rou*,"> ???"?on?. >??
JTr" ? r ? kloou. kkar.1-^
W?ll I bafcdr;dty ?fc<iu?irt' bast r?f
4 H "Xli 5"U STJ , N K- r,{ MTitlSdN 'ay.-A lig.
ru ^m?ll ??m,ry?"nrf ** ** """, ro"k- w"b'T *n<i ,tann
A-\)i KT~HR>T CLAfeH COO*: OOOfi
" c y or *nut*irn X?Oii ratereno*. Cull fof two
?)l?i,.ASDOU(iAl' ?T" HItPOXD KLOOi:. Ka7 K~a"h
country nri**rr?ii'0* " *""d ""k"; bMt cU* "**+?'?
;~>:V'alhtT"" ,,'isi:"rA"irxf~x^r<wois
Iim- ."V.? !M,,t V1 ?'"h,uK Ironing; gnn? hmk?r,
willing and obliging city or cotiatr : city reference. *
;")7kWKhT J*r" HT--vs rutsT claim COOti
V ' *l . i? hnu*a rreterred; ha. I city reference.
A7 ,*.*? 4IHT ST.?A RHKI~KCT\Hl<K* (}IKU"a4
*J I platn cook, washer. Ironer: first class reference.
f>Q wkmt mm' ht.-a KKgpioTAHLK rbcifi
it . ? " 800,1 ruok *?-her at d Ironer la a private tarn
lir twl'dityi reference. (Jan be teen at present employer'!
fil *E?J^tTTht. rPRK?EJ*T EMPLOYKR'Bl.-A*
or country 00 ' wl" **"'?' ?Hh *aslilng ati<l Ironinr: city
li'l WKsf 44T!i ST.?A MIDD(,h-AttP.D~ SCOTCH
1- . .w"""in *" flr.V c,aM ro(HC: ?o?1d anlit In th? enarM
wa*!ilnj of a mii at I family; city or rotintrr r '?< r>r>rmr?
7<) M Al>fs<?N AV (LAS r K iPI.OJ-Ktt'Bj.-A VOiiMfl
.1 S? n.'" nr,t ??'*** conl1 *n<l to aaaiat vitb the waat
?J' *n'l iroulnxt city or country.
U.I ^; A?t ihl hT. A VKKy COX I'KTK.Vr VOL'Nfi
ralireuc# C w??l>er aud lruaer; city or country; goad
1 (17 "wKdMsl-TTTrrT')i->U)or -a hkhpHttk.
In.),. A. y"a'"f.ir""rt cor,l[ xnil "ond baker * gonA
City refarence' 0 J,cUo" 10 * Pr'*??e boarding U .u.o | goad
m WKSr ISTli ST.?AS KIKST CLARA COO I
ina private lamlly; un<leratnn<1. all klnda of family
cooainif: city or country: beatcit.v reference from laalplana.
107 JTKSr *?TH HT.-A roUNtT woM AN"i?"VTR$T
?i?.. ? c"olt; K"?<' br"*^ "lld blacult maker; no ebjeo
tlon ??> the country ; heat city or conntrr relereoce.
1 ()<).' **** WTjj ST. ?AS COMPKI7h^T c770K IH
*? - * prlvaia fmiiUy; no nhjec tlou to a boardimr buu??:
conntry pr^iurred; 0?m reference.
1 fHhi K8r IftTH ST.. iKUOKD FLOOR, BACK
. rouiu. A rouuv woman aa good oook. wasber and
Ironer; city or cuniry ; good city reference.
mWKST 8.10 HT.?A tiojfPKrKMT YOUNG WOMAir
ancoo?, wa?h?r and ironer; oily or country; good
and Maciiit maker: beat city refernnce.
1^()W1E,ST 1,1nt^a? ?ood~coi>k; WA^UKR
*-+jys*Ba Ironer; city or country ; good reference.
1?>1 iHjst 2?th ST.?a woman toTTo out bv
cIly ri-forr'noe.00"" * " doln' *t0(l" ?r bouaaworc; beat
1 99 W^"'j; a?TH ?T._A RKKPKCTAHLK uirl
r-*"'*-?0"*: nruclaaa liaxer; would waist in waaliiug and
trolling; city or country; bnl cltr reference.
l*?O WKST si) ST -KtRVT "cITass cook, good
?*o?rr?r; underatanda pudding* and pastry.
1 2Ss ^K. T WD st.-a KKSPEOTABLE WO*AV AS
l^UBril class cook; underatands bar basineaa |<i all iu
brauches; alao milk and butter: woald aaalst la abarea
card cuuntrv preferred; first class ally referaace. No
1 95, WK?HT 80rH 8T?A HKSPRCTABLE AMblt
X^j^Icnn Protettiint woman In ? private f?mJ1v m cook.
washer aud ironer; good referenct*.
1 98 KA81- stth'st-Ta- rkspeutabTji VI ox am
^t7referenco'W *r *'* ?Uy or ?"??"Fl gool
1 SO W^HT 2<>TH ST. ?AS OOOO COOK. WAIUSB
iOl/Hnd Ironer; tity reference.
ioi westTothst.. is htorb.-as bxpbriencbo
preferred^ *" ~"M*"1 C?0U,r'
13 9_ wKJiT ,9T 11 ?t~1kar^-"a respectable
X*J-^"oinan as cook, good washer and Ironer; city or
country ; K?od city references.
14-9,.^2 aHTiTKT SKOOND FLOOR.?ah rood
X-X^/tamlly c..ok In a private family; best city re(er?nr?.
14-Q,*\l[ Hr_A N"?Til OP IR^La.XD I'KOTES.
^ , t*n.1 "<'mi,n ?S good cook In every branch makes
reference ?UU' wl" wllb *uliiug; best
150 1?rK8r ,8r". fiT?A TKRV RTisPECTABLB
td l. .ot.lrVld?Jf;w,.H?r0""hl,r on<J"'Und" b" ???"????
151 ,WliS^ MTI1 sT- (PRESP-'Cr EMPLOTElt'sr^I
,, ^Onug woman An cook ; no objection lo a>ftiit with the
watbluj; and Ironing: best city reference. Call for two days.
1 54 1V59T r8T"v8r?? BESPECTaBLE "(JIRI, AS
elly reference * WMhar ??<1 ironer; city or country|
155 330 ST.?A OfRL TO COOk. W\,sD
.??n r i": clt* refarence from last place. Can b?
seen for two days. "?
157 WJ'ST, ST. ?A WOMAN AS PIKST'cTJaSS
cnce ' cook *nd"1st with washing and uoulufi. refer.
1 58 *75ti|r'T" st?'\ Cf,l'?RRD OtICL AS COO?
I ?'CJor laundrnsa or ehambxrmnld In the city or country
Saratoga or Long Branch . cltl rrli-r. nce wuniry.
MVARICK .sT.-A VOUNU WOMAN "f6~C'~OiC
ir^ ?r?sh and Iron in a small private family; city or couu*
900 5>ST **<) ** ? SECOND KLO(Jr._A OERMAN
. *? co,,k end to assist in washing and Iruniua in a
private7amily: beat city reference. iromug In ?
900 ^KST al>T TOP~pESbB^A-COLOREr
re'err nee " ??0 ?r t0 B"our?1 Uousawurk ; KOod cilj
901 3?tm st7-a" y<)i;n<f woma\ ak ex"
*jj\J J collei.t cook and to atiilai In waeblng and iromnc ? ne
objection to ? boardlnir bouse owning. ne
201 .WKhT2?TH HT.^-A VOl'Nii WOMAN AS FIRST
*/ c f*s cook In a private boarding bouse and to uula
Willi waehing; bent cit reference
202^1 :,7Tw ST '^Tl ./l.ir.KNT WOMAN^
T^toTrslUi ceoklii suminur bouaa or hotel; emiks foi
7.J to UK) people; good refer nci's. Call lar two days
20 I WT',ST. 8-lL STr A, KB^KCfABLB oIRLlu
.1 ii keel loot cook or laundress ; best city reference
201) Vs.' TrR ^T-A? kirst class coot
rTferen'-e '"'rman and American cooking; gooi
911) R>PT MTH ST.-A>~ finoD~C001t and ""Ri
?;ll1Vr-,"/.7enc.,,"Mnr"d ,r?n,"S; """"C end obllg.
91 *A*T -"'T" 8T?as Competent cooic'iiT
?i I ?'lail Ita branrln-a, sonna, lellles, deas-rts and Is a drat
elols references.'''^ *Uh t,le . "?t
?Vr?s
^ WBHT 1HTH w'f. AS FTR8T rf.ARS PnnVa
ZJ OiinderaUnds cwklng in a boardlug honaa'; no'ablS
ence. * rt dl*t',nie in tba country: beat city refer
99(1 fcA.iT 2-,ri( HT As VI KM CLASH COOK IN A
^ .'Private lamlly: tliorouirhly understanda lier bual.
Bene; be^t city reference fr^tn lust place.
*>?>1 ka5t ?cirti sr. a rksi-kctablb voFno
releroni r.,n*n " C?? *'"1 l? ","4 wllb beat city
7hTH ?T.-A RKsPhOTAHLE.'tin?
Irnun? tjirl as ?*ook. waeher and ironer or to do sen
?ral bonhf work ; best city reference.
001 WEST 4IHT ST.t-A V(MJNO~WoMAN A-TSkJ
w M.inn cu?k in reatauraot or hotel; understandn hat
buslnes- ; city or country. ?"?r.i.mm i,ef
91 I AV.-A OOLOIIKO WnMAN Ah COOK IN
or counrryf"1 " ' ' ?r b,,?rdin* ho"?e for city
9 11 *y''HT ?ni'n st ? A voi no woman as r?*
I 1' ellent cook ; g""d hakitr; underatanda hac bnaineaa'
Ctiy or c-Hintry; heal City rrlerrnoe. ""slness.
9 1 *\ W, 'ST 87ill sr.? A KKHPKCTABLK W igii
1 ? ?'?'? housework or aa rood plain cook waaber and
-?.e.r ;_cl'y.or ''"""trj ; g"oil reference. *"?
2 I !i ? v>1 h'' kksi'kctahle" ron?S
? V ro"k ??sber and Ironer; wonldda
clminbi rwork and fine washing: city reierenca.
91 H W,Ks'' :tlSI ST.?as Hkht CLASS ~C(7(>K~li
^eneP* P "W " ""*U *??"??? best city rat
f) 1 Q WKhT 3>.TM ST., KKAR.-TWO OIRLM TO OQ
4a i Old the countrv foi the auminrr; one ?? good rank,
wnnlmr and Iroiier; 111* other ?* chambermaid and wait rota;
good rlty r tern nee
n [() vv iiisT i?rh mtTnIuS sth AV.-Aa Vii.si
I t/,'ln?pi Herman cook , beat reference.
i)"o k *sr ovi ii ht.. near jD aV.-toTm; GIrT
t?i>J4*** good rook in * private faintly; trill i?nl will
the waalilug and Ironing; bm city rolerence. King third
bell.
(M{|1 1KT AV.-A RRSPKCTABLK WOMAHASOOoD
ajU< "i-Ook. waahnr and Ironer.
*)l 1 wr*' - sr A VoTffO <:IHirABTcboit
> 1 wmher mil Ironer In it private family; lit reus'
nAi*m>
*)/? WRRt ?IOtMtdX Mf.-A RtsprffAful %?
_')? Jinan aa cook and to ???til In vaabiug; good reler
enee.
vrt.-Tmfrii rt.-b>?Ti.f*li rot>k; will.inc
^iDvland obliging; city or country boarding boua*. Call
i..I iv>4sfi
??/? 7 k ,sr itrnT?t.?a- riit-r cla<s took in 4
?U| private I initly or boarding home : city relerem a.
<?7r wkut lorn ht-two histrkm; jse as
imd I ? /cook, wa?h?r and Ironer, the other a? chambermaid
?'id waltre?a: city or country : b??t city reference.
t?7 - WEST .wril ST. -RKM'KcrABi.* WOMA.X At
I t'cook; reaianraut or botel; good order and dlnnet
cook; reiere.ic*.
OQw 1ST AV.?A RKMFROI'AHl.B WIlMAN All OUOK,
???*Owaalier and Irouer; no objection to tit* oouiitry,
wlllllng and obliging . b**t city ralerenc*.
? ?/\7 7fH AV.-At GOOD I'f.AtN COOK. WII.MNit
O'r I to aa?i?i with waili I rig and Ironing , bait reference
both elty an I connlry.
til (t F.AiT J7TH iT.-AN AMKRIt.'AX CROTKSTAXT
Ol t/woiuna a? covk : cannot he rtceliad ib k'rencu. Jinn*
ll-b and all Dew atyl** ol cooking: :?? year*' experience,
reference and practice , I* capable or taking charge a* li*W
???ok.
? >?>| "rni tv.Mr.iMi ii.-nit iim li.-t si'uri'H
tJ^i woman aicook: will a*ai?t In watmng; city or conn
try ; nett city rel'-rencea
Ojfti-T a 1ST n T "--X" ltK8T-K.Trritl7R WOMAN
O w | aa Aral ciaaarook for a hotel or boarding hosa* ; be?i
City relereue*; rltr or country.
?>?)(? KAST .liU HlT A RK^T.rrfABLlT I'HofH
*J?j'Ment woman aa took and iaundreu; no objection to
the conutrr; beat reierenco.
I Q'-i< I KAMI ;j|i ?*! A Vol Ml ail Kl. To C>W)?
OOUtna and Iron la a private family ; good city r*f?r
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