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CITY KRAI. ESTATE PUH KAUB.
Central.
For balk?tub pour story men stoop
brown sloue Hon*-# No. 14 Knit itl?t St.. close In fith nr.:
price asked, *27.300; ? bar;jiilu. llOMEtt UOUuAN, -
Pine it.
I" jv>R rale-at a gbk.at baruain. tiir ei.b
K'lit lloUKC Xu. U7u."itli av.; S4n,i**t M?o No. JMj West
S2d ?t.; $15.(1110. Apply to liOMKK MORI.AN. 2 Pine at.
F1 nF RY K W iilMwRV K u I U 1 K A li s OLD; $4 P t. R
gallou ;$1 par litruc bottle.
N. VAN BELL. 88 Chamber* it.
fftMBBB FILL LOTS ~0~S JOSTIl HI'.. BKolNNINC r7l
J. leet east ol Madison av. Address \V . bo.\ I.''1 Post office.
Kuxt Sitle
A PRAME COTTAGE IIOl'KK AND TWO LOTS FOR
?ale. ou the east ?Ho : bouse contains seven room*; the
?vetud lot lias stable for two hoise?. wagoa r' oj, hayloft,
Ac . situated near the Eastern Boulevard; will he sold ?t
t he erv lowest terms. Kor lull particular* nddre?s OWNK K.
"J3 Herald otlice, or apply to Mr. JA.Mi.a ROSVE, 017
Ud , New York
11 AST BOTH RT.. WBAR fiTH AvT^a~II IN DSOMK
ibrown sloue DweUlu^. T-x'i*> *et:pii''* K
__ E. II. LI DI.ow it CO.. :i flat ?t.
rr 11E BBADBB* OF
I TilK F.VKVINO TELBORAM
V HO INTEM) LI A VIM; Till CITY OI'RINO THK |
*1 MM Kit CAN II AVI. THE "EVENING TKLEl.RAM"
hi: ST TO ANY ADDRKr-S IN i 11K OOl NTIIV Kolt
ANY PERIOD AT TWO CENTS A COl'Y OR ,11 IV
CENTS A MONTH. POBTAGK PUEPaIU LEAVE Dl- I
KBCTIONS AT THE OFFICE. NO. 2 ANN ST.
rpilt'ltui AVI.NCE.-FOK BALE. A FOUR sfokv
J brick Store and Duelling, .><i Init p; prlro only j
|H2,UA). E. II. LI DLOW A CO.,3i'iue?t. |
U cat Siili'.
t ?SPECIAL ATT] NTION IS rNVlTED TO EX.
_'\ .amine t!ie medium sl/.cd lour story brown "itone House '
toi unit*. il.t \\ '*st st. : open nil d.iv.
BROOKLYN I'KOl'KIITI FOR N.VLE.
A\l? TO LET.
J>INE'i:YE Wlll.-K l-.V i oL it Y J. VS) el. 1 >, j 1 PER j
J? gallon , $1 per lar^e bottle.
N. VAN BELL, 88 Chambers ?t.
OUSB AMD GARDEN, fi KNISHED nit I'vi'l if.
nlshed; no rent this uiontli; house 27 by !>2 leet: all
ni'dcru Improvements . elegant trard.-n, stable, chicken and
pi .-ton house; oil v imd country combined; 2 > minutes from
terries; 12 woodbine t . near Broadway, iirookl}u; rent.
If1 ?' n i uiiIurnisiie^l*. $.1~'?(.? furiii>h"d. Look .it It.
W'EST( HKSTIOIt CO! \TV PKOI'EUTi
FOK .SALE AM) TO RENT.
IT I ARISYTOW.N, ON T'li: hank OK Till', I! I'D
J\ m>n, lolei, lully lurnUIn-il, n brick Hon-" ; 2 acres . hi^li;
?cry heultbr; elei;>iiit ilews; C'be.iji rrut. Apply on
pr.'nii-c- u> .Mrs. i. BKKS*)N.
Tt THKOi.'S NK< K.?THRRB BLBOAMT COTTAOBS
u Vhuiiutilully lor ted on the Smind ; line HsIiIdk. t>o><tItifc.
lint'ilnf, .t? ; will lie mini very low forth* ?ra?"U or year;
ran he ranched by Polliara coacu or curs; uUo suveral hc:iu
tilill ('onuses to let, :il low rem. hi New Brighten, Stnrrn
Ialand. \\. N. iiltlSWoLU. 714 Broidwaj,
,1tNK 'RYE WHISKhY?F<>1 K YEAKS OLD; *4 PEU
gallon: $1 per lu .M' bciltlc.
N. VAN BM.L.^SChainbrrr, at.
YjOUSli TO~RhNT, OBBlpi .V: Alt DEPOT, TlilT
.1 I hi on t: nowly palutnd; Ui?li ground. M. llAKu. 2">
Beekinnn.
W I i'EIJBLYl I ItXIMIKD ">1ANMo\ ON III HSoN~
Oclcyimt trrouuds; uruptyy, witter front; rent low.
\V. I'OOLEY. 171 .r>th nr.
*ne pbr ?ojcth, at" h isTr?rtjs, i i Sin i rsi
Owifroin city, un unfurnIshrd ('..uutr> Residence. WI;li
I1 > acre* choice Inndt, IncJudiuK lur?' garden, nil plnnii d;
also barns, Ac.; in i;ood order. Address UWNEK, box l,.'>t*J
I'ost office.
?
PROPJ2RTY OUT OK THE CIT\ KOIl
S \L.K Olt TO KKM'.
-rfwi <V|'( >1.1 I II'.N. -KoR SAI.E Ofi i11 l!
Afurnished. the elegant Country So u knmvn H ( nmpo;
Cir^e mansion, spacious and heautitul rinU( l.?tnhlt,Cur?
house. Mr.'Ac. For lull particulars apply to UO. Ell
MOROAN. J Pine-t,. __
"V" FARM Kllll >AL I'll I'M". \T l" A N I?* I'I?"t1 E ?
y\.For description, price, ?lc., address UWNr.n, box.-?-4
Btrondsbiir r, i'a. -
A skasTde OOTTAOS FOR sale ok RENT.-LO
J\ cation. Wen llaveu shore. Conn.; furnished or uur.ir.
nis to'i; very low; splendid bftthii?ur. I*or particulars ?u
Ires* box ;ii>3 I'ost offlco. New Haven, Coun
t furnished iikick cottaok on iii:'dson
iViiiver midway between Uobbs1 I'Try and irv;r.:;ton, to
let for summer, year or lease; eljjht sic. pin* rooms. dining
room, parlor*. Ac.; hot and cold water, with batbs. cloyts;
extra rooms for servants; '-luht acre", ?-?utiien, carriage
bouse. fine river view and**?%?}?% ESrusic WaM st. _
1 he \ IT 1 I'I I. NEW I I: I". N?' 11 ROOF CO ITAtlE;
J\lO looms: carriage house. Iruit, flowers, shrubnery
abundant: live minute- irom North hliore terry. Staten
Inland: 74,'J.jO; cost $8,WA>; terms easy. DARI.I.N, 4..
Broadway.
\* T LONtl HI!ASCII.?TO RENT \S KLKCANT
AmrnUhod Hone. I- 11. LUDLOW A ''??? >L .
B. N KlU l'T SAliK OF TWO SPLENDID FA MS?ON
Harlem Railroad, '." j miles irom lown and depot; one
contains IS> acres, well watered and fen !. plenty o wrod
unit timber, neat, tasteful buildings; all Winds ol Iruit. luce
trout stream. Ac.; the other tains ..In acres ol splendid
Imul all well lenced and watered; plenty ot wood and tim
ber 'lar,e orchards ol apples, pear*, plilins. peaches Ac.;
land all smooth and rich ; cultivate, n.ow slid reap a.l by
iirtt-hifi**' coiuiiioiilons litirti; lionso nud barns all suppll< ?l
with I'tin tain water: ba hv? barn*, uauon liouae and
horsa barn: larvo iriain and corn Ituuae, nog tioti-e, ice
house. tool h u-e. cliee.o house. .1. , stabiini: for l<> I head
,.l stock : buil.ilni - all iu excellent order, and lormlng alto
tether the llnest train. stoe'e and dairy farm on the whole
Tin the llatlein Railroad. bavin;.- for years kept over l'?
l ead, the location 1* v?ry pleasant and hmtltbtul. oi?l>
rods Irom acliooi house and but 11 ? lU'les Irom villiii:e. with
hlub school, stores, ehur< ties, mills. Post olhce, Ac.; orice.
witli all the Krowin:; crops, only $40 p i aere- was never
valued less than #7"'; 70 per c?ut can remain live years or
Ion -C' at six per cunt: the tarnim* utensils and stock '0<i
liea.li ?ill b? sold at appraisal ir wanted O'T'ire ',r
W11, Ma.MS. room i>7 Earle's Hotel, New ^ ork, trom S A.
M , Monday, until II P. M.. Tuesday.
BE8T HOTEL IN NEW JKRSBY -RENT. S\LI: oR
exchange: ftirnlahed or uulurni-h d: I' ai ui preferred ;
this is business. business men only reply. Address II.
W'ESTBKOOK, Kiduwond, Kcr?n county. N .1.
1^11\ I-; Kvi: WHISKER FOl'It YKAIW OI.I?; f4 l'KR
r gallon. ?1 Pvrla.se b..ttl ? u ^ ,;hllIlltjen|tfc
mi, 1,1.1 IS ~STA.MFOi:l?. i'DSl., A lloUSK. t'OJi
1 taiiiiui! 14 rooms, una and water; |..r-e yard; pleasan'.ly
i.tuatuu on tl.a III.est sir el. wnlnu Bve winntas w . lkol
dep t Inquire ..I IIKNR\ liOllll AM, .No. J Stone it., or
E. S. OOKH A.M. No. 0 Cooper I nlou. _
mil l.ET?FI'ltN IS1I ED. KOR KEEUANT
1 Cnnntrv Kesldenee at ?'ity l.ine Hlatlon, North J'enn
?yivunta ItBilroml, two hour- Ir.. u New \ ork by Hound
Brook line; Inn e and furniture cost T-; , . ..
K. J. ImjBBINS. I.edter I'.uildlnK, Philadelphia.
rF'7 Itl NI? A'l INWOOIi. Ill USO.N RIVER. AN
I ? le. ant He? id-nce. 'nllv furnished, .ir would acconi
vnonatn ?>no family for tUo hiitumor. ? ail at atoro 1 ?? r-nst
Broadway.
WII.i, iil~Y SO ACRES, filtsj, KM Al'RRd;
tJ^UUlTy*1 ?Jtr) acres; $S?I I, ?*! acres, or I.-IS. acre at
h barifAin ' all'seleeted line timber a id excellent lor larm
|nt purposes. title perfect! luxe- p ltd; HO miles Irom New
York ana Philadelphia workln men especmlly take notice.
Address HARD TIMES, box 1 Herald olhce.
:? UK A I* BSTVtK TO E.U li\Mil?
'null > \ J.F. ?-R I-.il ANOE-Foil A FARM. A
r splendid Itesld-nee; stable; on live lots. Add ess A. I.,
# fi<?2 (iormfinia *v . J?t ??>' <'ity lieiiflitn, N. J.
VINE 11VI'. WillSKKV ? I Ol.lt YEARS OLD; $4 PBR
P millon ; $1 per lar^o botlle. ... .
N. VAN BEI..L, Sft Chambers st.
1 oWA I.AMI Wa.nTKII -iN RXCHAKGR KOR RENT
ledjeraevi if Dwelling; state price, quantity and loca
tion Address ??IOWA," box U\i l'ost oBico. Schenectady.
k. y.
rpo EXCHANGE?A VALUABLE PIECE, OK I'NIM
I proved Property, nitnatod at I'lalnfli'ld, ^ : equity
about $."?.0UO; will taKo M'VOral larjrn Ihatiioniln and pay
tome cash. Addresi E., box lult Herald otTiee.
TO LET FOli BtMVEHN Ft i<FO!?r*w.
\\
hNMilT UUJLimc.
Klreproor,
I.orntrd on Naft^nn, Ann and r niton ata.
Vlrnt Floor to let; nuitable tor banker^, insurance onij-ea
rir??T r inor t<? i?*i ; nuuaoit: - i ????...? ? ? , --
rrlnwvrr ; will I c lot topotb?*r or In parta: ??o altere4lo
auit tenants ii ae.sired ; adapted lor ofliees or utotoi
Kohson able rontn.
Jfl'0 M.n.e eil?rthle j.aw ofliees tolet.
APPLY O.N THE PREMISES.
Take tha elevator. Inquire lor Janitor.
i'lNK RYE WHISKEY FOUR YEAJW OLD; $1 PER
1? taiion; #1 per larce bottle.
A 11 '* ' .N, VAN FELL, "S Chamber* ?t.
II
OTBL OK KOR LIUUT M \ N1 I'ACTI,'RINO BCM
nnss ?Northwest corner Greene and Atuily; will hi up
to mil tenants; a so 24 .lane. hoardliiR or private;al?o
brown stone aniall Hottao. 'MM Rait 1 ^t?I'lata, II I .vt*t
117tn at., neai Itli ** irom P16 to ?T^ 7 roorna. rl^js,
Hroaiiway; in botweon I
N
OTICE.?TO LEAKE. I'llv A TERM OF VKAItS,
^ , ?e? 1.1, r I, "I Nrtli River tl ? leet lonir, -uleet
wide), an-l adj.teent bulkeheud. For terms and Inrtl.er
Inlormition apply at office of the Department of Docks, ;
117 and II'' l.uane at., where Ulan of urctiilsca can be j
eeen and examined. ___________
GTRAM .power.-WELLLltiHTED LOKIS, WITH I
Opower, to le; in i;;th Kt., between .(d nnd 4th t*l. In
jnirc at F. i. HO 11. A Co.'h. Ill East 14th st
STEAM I'OWEH ?1 IO 10D IIORSl . WITH WEI.I. i
llchteq Koi, . .. vaii.ni, re .. at low i ate*, in I entr. and
Elm sts. '? T. IIA I.E. l:?7 Elm si.
CJTKAM POWER TO LET; ROOM W ELL LIUIITI.D,
r^larno and small. JOHN M< l.AICKN, River St.. llobokan,
W. -I.
OTEAM PoU I K.-M 1.1 Ro pt ii,! I V N SlEAM POWER
OHuildln!-*-, No- Ii, 11 a id i: It i> ler st.. Lolls ol all sl/.cs;
steady tiower. well )i|tlned; spl"ndl.t y hieated.
A. x. itRISWOLII. 741 Broadway.
STORK ro J.ir i'Kl t'l'II A V.; HAS FI XT L RES;
rent #4T'. with apartments. ^
rpo LKT^IN 1 NI'.N Si/\ SRI . AN OLD EHTAB
J li-hed CoB e and c the Sal., m. Apply at oltic#, I ast
Hth st., near Broadway.
mo REN r?Til I' FIRST I i.A-s, STORE l'J? WEST
1 Broadway, well lo<- ited for t ? i . irnnt.
|>? KLLia*' HOI ? i .-s ' <> ItK i ?
? ? ' |<'urni all ??!!.
? K0RKISUED HO'lEL, BAR AND II EST A ? HAN'T;
^\)rood business: coruar Lager lloer Saloon. Franklort
Itonse, U'lJ William st.
. -LRMTsMED^ PKIVTii . small I ol lj STORY
r brown Stone 'louse to let, til. M? s I. nesr ..tli st. and
6th av.. at low rent.; no atfeiits repl). Address R., ststn a
H, Post olflce.
t,-?lNE RTF. WIUrfKHY-FQUK YKaRH OLD. SI PER
X1 gallon; #1 pet '?r"u b^jUvXN HI LL. W Chambers it.
? _ .. k.p.t MONTH FOR the .-I MMi.K. i'L ll
$O0nlshed, all but ti.ren rooms, ot I4I? Wen 4'.?ih sv
I f?liirnla*??*it.
VOI. RKNT-TII K T? HISK-#W.JRv<t^KROSt
i!thh^Twil"r an.Uas throughout. A??l, to HO,l, li
HHilii |N. No ? Pi ii est.
at()|u? A ^ iio. * i iiiv .. . . .
Jr.,;,,' STOOP IIROWN srhjl. H" . ? r.
linear 5th s'y i/,i?j Hroadwsy. near 44th st.
.rKP. MONTH. MfAR IIROAli
IL'av 1^' nlVilnpiovemenis, lor private and business.
AoDly 4-j Wet* 8d St.. morulnns.
si.....>,s
Fl'USIKHEO ROOm* AND APAETMKJfTS
TO LET.
\N "FLF.iJANT AND Tilli ROUGHf.Y H'rSI^IIED
nat tn relit. In a first claim locality, one tilnck from
lloiel Hrunswl.k; owner will dispose or Furniture at a
sacrifice Ad Iress M. II., Hotel Brim >?rick, .Near Yvrk city.
\ LARGE BACK FaBLOK; NICK AND VllMKOKTA
lily luruislmd, to lei, at moderate rent. 320 East'13th
at.
v N AII.V KEPT "HiMliis" FOB GENTLEMEN;
^V?private house; reasonable term* 130 Wnt 30th,
HNntll house frimi Broadway,
t vi Wl v ! l RxIfiUl ii BOOM FOR rWO GENTLB
uVuien, $1 20 each; larj;e Iron Parlor reasonable. Ii7
Varick ?t.
"? WU>OW"laDY liAVINO uiifW FURNISHED A
pr.-ity little lions- has ADartuient* lor Keiitleiiiun anil
? i ??: hoard I; iljr only: no other bourdeia. Address W. K?
Herald olllce. Uptown Krancli.
t" l. v ? .1 . Mri i.y i i KM 1811 ED ROOM To RBNT
.,1 Without board, terms very low lor the n'otou. 27 Writ
31 ft at.
? PRIVATE FAMILY WIM, LRT. TO GENTLEMEN,
without lioard, two lar^e and one small neatly furni-iied
Ili'dromis; rulercuces exchanged. HO University place,
near 1 Itn at.
t III W I 8T 12TB sr vi.KY i?i <: l: v n 1.1 ROOMS
J\ without lioard, newly painted and furutihed, for teutle
1/1.EG INT I 1K-T CUSS FRBNCII FLAT?ALL
I jiuoderii Improvements; pleasant In summer. JANITOR,
2t> Wesl Hist at.
i/inic ii\ !?: wTmnkiTy Wil R yeaks oldI wl'ER
L pillion. $1 per larce bottle.
N. V AN BELL. HH Chambers It.
Ii I R.X'lslI ED ~ ROO Ms -TO~ LEF-EV kW CON V E NI -
Fence, Cor jfontlemen only; references exchanged. 30
Waverley place.
I/URNISIIDD rooms' TO LET?FOR GENTLEMEN
I or gentleman and wile. 21)0 Weil 23th (t. und 7tli av.
1/1 KMSIII.li BOOMS FOK HOUSEKEEPING. IN A
l" first class bouse, from ?3 and 94 per week. No. 1253
Vest -Hat It:
Hobokkn.?two Habub furnish ed rTioms|
near terry, to uuo or two gentlemen. Apply at 10 llud
?on st.
HIND80MBLT rDRNWluTlTIiOOMS TO LET-"t6
?.eutifinen only; can bo seen Sunday. Apply at 110
\< eat l-'th at.
r A If<l E. WELL KI RnTsHED FRONT ROOMS TO LET
ljlor housekeeping or 11 /lit business; very cool, comforta
ble Kootna; rent. $2. $7. i'.U par wok; splendid location,
1,2!HI llroadwiiy. next tlie Aquarium.
rpHK riLvde'rs of
I THE KVRNINO TEI.EORAM
WHO INTE.NI> LKAVINO Till- CITY DURING THE
SI MMER CAN ll A VIC THE "EVENING TELEGRAM"
SI*.NT TO N.N'Y ADDRESS IN THE COUNTRY FOR
ANV r K It I ?"> 1? AT TWO CENTS A COPY OR FIFTY
(I NTS A MONTH. POSTAGE 1'REFAID. Mi AVE Dl
RECTI ONS AT THE OFFICE, mi 3 ANN si.
mwo HANDSOMELY FURNISHED "rooms; ALL
I conveniences fir bou-ekeepiiiK, socond floor. front. $.r> -'"O;
also one sinirle Room. $3 ,'KJ, private Home. H>j East 41st
ft . Lexinjtton. Park avs.
C"> W E E ELY. ?X 1*1 i E AH A NT FRONT UALL Bl'.D
O'/riom; uUo reception Rooui; snit doctor. 144 West
l.'ltll St.
I 7 T11 ST., 104, ii E nVKKN UNION~SQUARE AND
L I Irvimt place. ? Handsomely furnished Rooms, without
hoard, lor ^rntleuirn.
?>| COTTAGE PLACE, NEAB~BEDF<7rD ST.?FUR
fJinisbed Rooms, suitable lor |;entletuoii or light bouse
keepliiK; terms moderate.
')< I KAST 4TH " ST.. BETWEEN BOWERY AND
f I'/Broada ay. -Furnished Rooms to let, without board;
ri'lerence re<|iured.
rg VVKST 24"iil ST.-SINGLE AND DOUBLE ROOMS
? )?lto lot.
CO WEST 19TH ST PRIVATB PABILY WILL LET.
? )Oto gentleman only, 1 ar(-0 furnished Room, front or
hack; plenty closet loom; hot and cold water ; every at
tendance.
1 '^'"W BK"AI)WAY.?KINE ROOMS. FRoM $3 TO
l?flOflyfwrw?ki every attentlou ; good beda
INKLUMSIIED 1HMIMS A > 11 APART
MENTS TO LET.
Lii:nr^Yfir^10^ET^?iSIiTr\EAKS^CST^4~FEa
1 t;allou ; $1 per lar;;e bottle.
N. VAN BELL, 88 Chambers St.
I Fl-.f'l ORIIKK"-LOWER PART OF HOUSE XK)
II ast 1'ih st.
MM LI T TO A FRENCH MILLINER?APARTMENTS
J 1 1 lir?t classs dressmaaine establishment. Inquire of
M'l-i Mi in\l'l/.A RI'SSIiLL, 21 University place.
itujj sril ~Av.?FRENCH FLATS; EVERY IMPROVE
')'> I meiit; rent very low. Inquire, for one week, of S,
RU'll, 74 Murray st.
1IOUNE8, ROOMS, ?t., WANTED,
In thU Cily ami Hraoklyiu "
1/INH RVE WHISKEY-FOUR YEARS OLD; $4 PER
I? icuilon; $1 per large bottle.
N. VAN BELL, 88 Chambers ft.
]) 00 K WANTED?FOR SMALlPjOB PRINTING
J totlice. Address, stating price, wblcti must be low, D. A
.V. box 1'iS, Herald otlice.
VtTAN'l ED?A FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED
U Apartniaut. of about three rooms, on lirst or second
story, l.etw eon 44tb and .'iSHli sts. and 4th and Htli avs., at
r>-a.i'nal>le rent. Address II., Herald I ptown Branch otrce.
ISO A WAJHUili.
1ST Hoi'Sh, STUVV'KSANfp.VKIv. 2ir?^KAHT 13T0
I ?i.-UrKi. cool. handsomely furnished Rooms, excellent
table, fh to #1ii a week.
I HANDSOME SUl l OK ROOMS. WITH OK WITHOUT
J Hoard. Irom fij to f I'J per wwk ; three windows in each
room ; comer liotne. 1U1? West 40th nt.
g 1 AND S2 DAILY, $0 TO .WEEKLY?LARGE,
0 I airv Rooms, excellent table. 170 Bleecker it., near
Broadway.
<jTT.ARtlK AND DOUBLE ROOM Sf~~ ALSO TAB Lis
^hoarders; terms moderate. At S."> East 4th ?t.
j-TH aV.. i'jfl AN D 13&?BOOMS, ~EN SUITE OR
tJsiniily. with or without Hoard; reference.
rTH AV.~ 3117. -TIURD FLOOR.?TOGhTHBB OB
? Keparate, connecting: alio private bathroom. with or
without private table; appointments and reterences nuex
eepi Ion able.
1 n~W A V" E KL K Y PLACE, NBAS BROAD WA Y~
1 IrFrout Rooms, S12 to $lti, for two. with Board ; siuglo
?7 to ; transient f I .'ill day; table Board $4.
14 Til ST., 33, .'15, M7.?FA > ILY HOTKLj""ROOMS',
I "rwitU Board; permanent, transient parties; $150 per
day.
i)\ WEST Ml ST ST.?A UENTEKL, (JUIET II OMR;
? 1 ??!??} int Rooms, superior Board, ou second and third
floor."; also'hall Koom ; for fS; near ."ith av.
ill WKST 2.U> ST., NtSAR MADISON SQUABfc.?
* ) LEIegant Apartment* lor families or gentlemen, with or
without Board.
QOO ST., 20 WEKY.?GttMYMtKXIf OB FAMILIKS
daavisiting the city will Qnd elegant Rooms, parlor or
second floor; exclusive, both : Meals nerved in rooms; rea
soi.able; location unsurpassed.
a i) K VST :?II'll ST. -Mi'FLY FURNISHrtP ROOMS
"A?.to let, with Hoard; summer prices; referent^.
1 /1 4T11 A V.?WO K KINO LADII48~AND GENTLE*
1 i '?men desiring a good Hoarding House, jviih cool, air*
ri uui 1 to sleep In . the best lo the city for the low terms ;
$.1 50 to $ i; meals to suit your time.
in I - ||? 4TH "AV.-VOUBTU AVENUE HOTEL;
1 ' ' 1 large handsomely turnisbed Rooms, with or without
Hoard.
1 i)/?"KASfU'.ril sr.-NICELY PUBNISBBD BOOKS,
I ' )with bay wiudow, for lady or gentleman, with or
without Hoard.
???> - WKST ?JtVrTl KT. OI'i'OSlTK .ST. PETER'S
?>?)' 'Rpisuopiil church.?Front and rear Rooms, ample
closet room, well Inrnii>bei|, ou third door, to let, with good
Itosril. at m iilerale term*.
t" Tkvi YOUNG MhjT OR MARRIED COUPLE CAN
J\' ind Board .'Ui Clinton place ; also t wo youug ladies.
"T~PRIVATKTaMILYIhave*TWO DOUBLE ROOMS
jfVt" rent with Board, (or the suinmer. near Sailor*' Sting
Harbor. Mateo Island. Call or address 1 West t.Id st.
\ trv .i.i ,r.l should apply at SANDS' BOARDING DI
ECTOKY, "
LILEoANT ROOMS, SUPERIOR HOARD, EN Si ITE
\ jit sin (It ; transiently, nt 21 West .'list St.. nonr 5th ar.
MIN E It Y E Will SKE Y?KO UB YE ABM OLD; 94 F*B
1? gallon ; i|>l por larvo bottle.
N. VAN REM,. 8S Chambers st.
N-^O~0iIAK<;R. ? PARTIhS DfcMlRI.NO CITY OR COUN
t'j 8'
HECTOBY, l.lftl Broadway.
r|Sn?; "kkadkhh op
J THE FANNING TELEGRAM
WHO IX'TFN') I.HAVING Till-. CITY DURING THIS
M MMfcR CAN IIAVK THE "EVEMNG TELEGRAM"
SK.vr ro ANY ADDKI-.SS IN TUB COI'NTHV FOR
XnY FKItloD AT TWO CENTS A COPY Oil FIFTY
CENTS \ MONTH. POSTAdB PREPAID. LKaVK
1M It I-.i'TlONs AT THE OFi-ICh, NO. 'J ANN ST
BOAIlli AM? LODGIAO WA .VTK D.
TpINK KYI. WHISKEY?KOUB YEARS OLD; $4 l'KR
.1 gallon; $1 por larue Willie.
V V AN BF.LL, S8 Chambers st.
RROOKIiYK BOARD.
7"|-TI.T0N ST. (i 'ONVKX IENT FOR NEW YORK
197
bn ine.s men).?Light, air*, well furniilied Rooms;
nvular or one aid vital Meals; prl2?s moderate.
HOTELS,
/ 11 I Y tfoTEU STlf~8 i."AND BKOADW.i Y"?K'6oMS,
V7.fl .VI dally, 97 weakly, with Hoard; Hoouis. weekly,
7-ic. dally.
Li RAN K FORfTm u7k, 303 WILLIAM ST.?280 ROOMS;
I fl, &! weekly ; Uft, .Vic per day; cheap r staurant.
Mivi: RVi: WHISKEY?FOUR VEAUS OLD;f4 p!?r
I gallon; SI per inrje bottle
N. VAN HEI.U S8 Chambers st.
I > EVE RE HOI SB HOTEL AND RESTAirRANT, iir?i
J LHro idway. Single Rooms, 75c., and ltXI Hoonis lor two,
tl .'#ii and f- por day,
lOlVI'tt I'BO 1HD.
A FEW FAMILIES OK sl.M.I.I. P1.R.S0NS"'CAN~ME
arrommodated with *0#d country Board; rooms lar^o
aiii alr> ; location tilea? int and\ery healthy; four mlle.i
In m I'1 "k*kill; ;nod table . trim* moderate. Addrnes A.
Ml IsKWOUO. Putnam Valley, N. Y.
4 T Wi. ST FIELD, ONCENTRAL RAILROAD OF NEW
?A>l<?>"ey, one li uir liom New York.?Largo and lilghcnn.
?lectin^ itonms. plet'lllt pia/.ta and laivu; good table.
Address Mrs. h. II. LAKD.
W1 DO W L A D V W is i rhBTHECARB OF A CHILD
iV? her.' the I'lraritauDs ol country air and pure milk aro
if lie hail. I all mi or address .Mrs. H. JoHaLE.MIj.N,
Chester av., V. ood.iile, N. J.
\ VERY PLEAs A \ T F UtM HOI,.- K l\" DUTCHESS
j\ ? .I'inty can accu-nmodate small party ; situation health?
i<'i I c ?ot. piemant ri'iiftiK end excellent table. Address,
II in street and number, N, II.. bo* ItlU Herald oflice.
a PRIVATE FAMILY KHSliJlNG NEAR MONTDLAIR,
AN. .(., h'?ln^ a iarce. pleasant, old'tashloneil house,
wiiii plenty?f gronml ami ^iiade, would arcoinniodato a lew
i > r iri ."u reasonable tei ins. Aduress A. C. H., Verona.
N. J.
\ FEW IE ItsONS MAY ItF.i F.l V E Ti"( MUD AT A N
iV'ilil .lersev homestead; farm of 7 > acres; flne piece of
Woods, in uimuy Hires; frrnatcsl tacllltles lor reaching
N w York; terms low. I'or-onal Interview, 1U Eest I4tu
St., tlr^i M'>.,r.
\ PRIVAt i; I A Mil.v, ltl.~IDI.Nii IN ORANGE, N. j".
is 'an accommodate a gentleman wlih I'.rst class Board
on reasonable terms. E. A , box I j t llerald oflico.
I t:t:oMMt)DATION.^ WANTED?A D.I At'ENT F6 NEW
it York, fur three ladles, three children Hinder six), one
nurse, lutir i.ooui., each two connecting; Westchester
; county pr !? rred. ' all or ajdre-s, statmp; terms, B., 206
j VV eat 11 th.
I IJOAltD ON THE HUDSON^?;, HOURS FROM CITY;
l> iiitilully shaded "i mnds to the water. Address 17t?
| Ci luuibia 11 ciiiUls, litoukiju.
COt'VTR* BUA.no.
ft oa r 6wu<) .n . nstA*ini? u sir it'mttamrr.
J Jtaut; boatinir, liHtliitiif and Ushlng un premises. For cir
culars address 1). CUKLKY, 1- Centre at.
1 >DA it u~ us We iiudTon~^a lady. ha vino a
SJapactons residence and JU acre* under cultivation. ele
vated location, a mil* above Peeksklll, comiunndiug exten
sive vlewa <>f river and mountain*. nc??* by bent* or
carriage, will take two or three genteel lamiliea to board
for tbe auiumer. Ketera to M. II. rnaplti, 19 Mercer at.,
city, or addreaa Mix K. L. STKVKNSON. feckaklil. X. Y.
B"~0"AKI? IN I UK WO I NTAlXt Of PBTTnkV LVA.M A.
near coal flelita. six hours from city.? Parties looking
for a delightful, quiet spot to reerull nealtb aud live g*u
?rouaiv will b* itilted; beautiful lakea and streams tor flah
ing close by; good drivel and roads; no moaqultoea or
warm nights; rooin* have hiirh celling*; terini lo?. Ad
drrsi A. II. AYIlKS. Dunilair House, Pennsylvania- In
quire, by periuiasiou. I-1 Brooine It.
BK LLP. vTtK. LAN I HI jRN STATION, ON NEW LINK
from New York to Philadelphia.? Sbade In abundance;
trult. milk and Ice. Send tor circular UKLLKY L'K. Lauc
horn i'oal oflice, Bucks '-oumy. fa.
C10UHTKY BOARD CAN HK OHTAINKlTAT A FARM
/>houae. foil- miles from the depot, in Danbury, Conn.;
location healthy; houae largo and pleasaul. Addreaa box
"Ii Danbnry, Conn
CAOUNTKY HOARD-THREK MlLB* FROM WAsTT
/inftonville; large ehaded yard. extensive piazxa, healthy
location: terms Keterenue?J. A. Kemp. 41 V*a*y *t.
Addreaa box IMi Washiugtonville, < >fting* county, N. Y.
C10DNTBY BOARD?AT A KAKM HOUmK: GOOD
Stable, wall shaded gronnda, blgn and bvalthy location,
oue rail* froin station aud post offio* ; two daily inHtla? Ho
miles trotn New York city; at $0 per week. Addreaa JAMES
W. CUDNKY, lioniowsck, .Sullivan county, N. Y.
Cior.vniv i:ciAllD.-r?KI.MIITroi LOCATION;
./healthy ;e*sy of acccss. Addreaa U. C. fNYDKB. Bhlne
beck. N. Y.
/10CNTR* BOARD HEAR ALBAN Y?851 ADKD
'grounds; bowling alley; mountain and river view;
spacious riMims; lre?b milk and vegetables dally; driving
para ou the ground*. 1'roprielor may be seen to-day at
1.1 >11 Broadway altar 10 o'clock.
"LUiillT PEKSONs CAN IIK ACCOMMODATEDVV1 FT1
.Fi Hoard on the nealthy bills ol Rockland county. Address
C. U. C., Poinoua. N. Y.
JP'aulk roc k cbrrTu bh-overloo ki n<jllk w e l
JI y ii Park ; best air, views. drives; terms reasonable;
oiiinibna to iloor. Mrs. M AHBK, Orange, N. .1.
t^UDS-ADULTS CAN BE i'cOOMXODATKD WITH
L Urst clasa Hoard lit a gentleman'* country ?e?t. near tbe
city; vPirMables. fruits, milk, Ac., iu abundance; terms
reasonable; boating .mil Usbing. Addrtis W., box 312
Flushing (L. I.) Po.it office.
IIINK KYK WIIISKKY-roUK YBAttBOLD; MPbB
gall' n ; CI per large bottle.
N. VAN BELL. 88 Chambers at.
CtOOl) BOARD, WITH FINE ROOMS, AT DANVILLE,
Ton the Morris ?nd hsarx Kaiiroad, near depot; Uue
yard, shad*. Ac., with stable.
\V. II. COBNELL, Danville, Morris county, N.J,
(1OOU 1BOARD 7n A ~PHIVATK FAMILY; TlfltEK
"jTminutes'wulk from depot; teruia reasonable. Addreas
K M. UKTMKRS. New Koch*lie, N. Y., or Mrs. JAGKK,
119 KorsytU at., city.
\J K W BltllliiTON, BTATfaN ielLAND.? LABOB
Xi liooini, with Hoard, on Kich:noud terrace, corner Wcst
ervelt sr., convenient to landing.
Skanidk kiTaud-at sHKKVVRHUKY, NBAB LONo
Hranch; also furuished Cottages, with Board; bathing in
tronl. K. DABB0W, Ooeanio. N. J.
yummkr boabdeus \ivaxtSd-on mount wash".
Oiugton. among the Berkshire Ilill*. Addres* 3. W.
ItK.S KD1CT, Copako Iron Works. N. Y.
W\NTKI? -KOK $1110 HKK MONTH-IN 'i ll Ii CITY oil
country, two or three partly lurnlsned Kootna, with
Hoard lor thro adults aud two children. Address, particu
lars, vV., box IUU Ucruld office.
\\TANTKD-TioUNTItY HoAKD KOK TWO; MOUN
TT tiilna; any distance; good Hourd ; liberal price: nae or
piano or chance to hire one; If possible, no other boardars.
A. 11. H., Llerald office.
8HMMKR KKMORTS.
A ?.rfTNffTNsuK's Iioi elT'hIGIILXVbaTJin^vKr
XL.sink. N J , will open June 9; access by New Jersey
Southern Kuilioitil pier 8 North River, and .? en Bird uier
4o .North River. JAMES JENKINSON. Proprietor.
AST. MARK'S HOTEL, NEW BuIGHTON. 8. X '
?now open, under the management of II. I'. Cole. Ai*
plication* lor Hoard received by lilui on the premises or by
letter. GEORGE C. TaLLMAN, Owner.
Bath hotel" ~~
Bath. Look Inland,
now open.
The finest waferinu place in America; a first class hotel
for families and trausient Kut-tli; Quo shade aud lawn;
bathint? ia unsurpassed; excellent hat una billiard room ; at
present reached by Hamilton aud Fulton terries to Ore'en
wood and steam to Hath, in 54 minutes. Early next week
tlie boat to Hath Hotel and Hath Park will commence regu
!." '"PI'9.r the ????<>"? For particulars apply to IL L.
SCRANTON. on tile premises.
1JA KER HOUSE, YINELaNd, N. J.?FAMILIES AltK
JJrecommeaded here for health, comfort aud cheapness.
Bend for circular, I). 1*. PETEKS.
CATSKILlT-H1LTON HOUSK. KKW HOTEL, NEWLY
furnished; telegraph, stsgeVmd Post oftlees; large r?oms;
ail modern improvements, finest scenery and best balliinir
boating and fishlmt; terms $7 to ?U. Address u. T. BUT
ION, I^eod.H, N? i.
C^ONKY ISLAND?BAKER'S S A VIEW-HOUSEi
y:or transient and permnnent boarders. Sleeping apart
ment* overlook oceun. Bathing unsurpassed
ALFKKP HAKKR, Proprietor.
I~jUNE RVK WHISKEY-FOUR YEARS OLl>7~$4 PER
gallon; SI per large bottle.
N. VAN HELL. 88 Chambers st.
Greenwich point house, bono island
sound; good boat in*. bathing and fishing.
A. ROSWELL FERRIS, Stamford, Coun.
CI ROVE R li O USE, OALOWBLL. NEAR MON TCLa iTT
A17 miles Iroin city. accommodates 70 quests ; prices $10
to Bio weeklv ; location unsurpassed; unwly and elegantly
furnished; table Ursi clu-s. Particulars at Smumer Resort
Exchange 24 > Broadway, or at the city residence of the
lessee. lnj Henry sL. Brooklyn. .Mrs. L. IIANKARD.
J|ITKL FENIMORE, COoP EICSTOWN. N. Y*
This perfectly appointed hotel and cottages connected
with it will jpon Juue IfU, 1K77. Address
JAMES BUNYAN. Proprietor.
Long h ranch.?i he Windsor cottages"
Cooper av., near Hotel Brighton, now open: new Cot
tages. handsomely furnished; first class table; rates very
ViTi vtPE'? '? A" U17 Br??dway, or to a B.
AICi NT \ HE, Lotiff Branch, N, J.
Mansion house, red shank, n. j.-splendid
summer retreat, delightfully situated on the Shrews
bury River, 0 miles Irorn Loug Brunch: terms an>l up
ward; boating, bathing, fishing; orery convenience lor
comfort.
OKIKNT POINT HOIT8K, ORIENT POINT, LONG
Inland. nituiifnil on the extreme and of Long Uiaud
Iron lint* tiie Sound and Hay, only a moment'* walk to tli?
water: i*a battling, driving, boating aud lithium; no Uouor*
Bold. Send for circular. M. H. PAftHOXS.
PAfNTAR .1 WALKING'S ATLANTIC PAVILION,
X Highlands of avrsink, N. J., Is now open to visitors;
boating, fNhiuir. Ac.; access by Long Branch boats pier 8
or steamers Sea Bird and Helen, foot of Franklin st. '
PAVNTAB A WA LLING, Proprietors.
P A RK PLAC E (FORMERLY HOSFORD HOUSE).
X Richfield springs, N. V.?Excellent accommodations;
Board $10 per week; opens Juno 20.
PARKER D. FAY, Proprietor.
fPAPPAN ZEE HOUSE, NY.tCK ON HUBS ON?NOW
A open for tbe receptiou of uucsts. CUTLER A WRIGHT
Proprietors. ? ?
UNITED STATES HOTEL. "
Saratoga Springs, N. Y.,
will opeu about J une 13.
TOMPKINS. PERRY. GAGE A JANVRIN.__
FOR "BAXafc.
AF)-:w;sEC.)NI?'^HAND IMLLlARlT'ANji5^P03L
Tables for salo low for cash. F. OltOTB A CO.. 114 East
Hill nt.
A? A.?LA UN UK Y, ESTABLISHED AT 1,237 BROAD
?waj, between BOtU and Hist. opposite Orana Hotel;
(Join* a thriving and profitable buniueHa; uiu.-t be sold this
week: a fair oiler accepted ; low rent.
\ WELL LOCATED DOWN TOWN KBOADWaT Dlftl
J. Vlng Saloon lor salo low; cheap rent. Address B \KN ES
1 ferula uptown ollic9. *
All styles xakblk soda water and wIlSSt
Root Boer Apparatus at cost
WHITFIELD'S. Water at.
A - FOR SALE, RESTAURANTS, COFFEE. "caKE
? SalooaiH, bent corner Xiiquur Stores, Rnkerleit.
MITC/lKIiL, 77 Cedar at.
iV.'Sr*,1'1'' " kN K*wiEfiiiiS CIGAR I TORE.
' 70 Varica St.. noar Car.al.
A FINE GROCERY STOKE FOIt SALE CHEAP- ALSO
Milk Uepots. Milk Itoiiica. .VIT.:il KLL. 77 ?.ed?r st
A ? P? ESTABLISHED COKE KB DRUG BtORE.
yxwith Dwelling above, now doing a profitable business ;
c!es? salable atocK ; gas, wat.-r, Ac.; best corner In town ;
I,!? I in Jersey: Slock. I ixtures and Lease cheap, or
will ezchaugu for cheap harm; sat I-factory reaamis for aell.
'"?? STANLEY r EUGL'SON, 170 Broadway.
I |BLO BTORE A I \ HACBIFICEl CORNER ISTaND
x/gnod stock and Fixtures; also some lluid Extracts at
llnoral discount. 07 Sands st.. Brooklyn.
F
L^oit SALE, A FIRST CLASS CoRNF.K LIQUOR
I More Tor sale on west side; r-aaons for soiling owner
gone to Enropo and is pot returning. In.juiro at Howard
Brewery, 51S to .VIJ West :t.l I at., two days.
CIlMR EYE W I i IK !. Y FOUR YEARS OLD: #4* PER
I gallon ; $1 per large bottle.
,n \ \ \ BEI.L, M Cbamben et*
TpOEHALB a FIRdTCLAM BAEEttY. wini HOHHB,
L' wagon and routa. Inquire ut No. I.'10 Greenwich av
corner Jane at., in the bakerr. No agents.
IiioK BALE I Mi BRICKS kKMoVKO FKO>j tT/e
rnina of Nos 1 and it lioiid si., anil now oil. a in front of
t"e premise.. App y at once to AMITY INSURANCE
COMPANY, IK? iti'oiidwny.
latou SALE CIIEAP?CANIIY AND TOY STORE. i}U
r <|iilre No IM4 Madison at.. New York.
I/Ol-t SAl.F.-A GOiiD PAYING HOTEL, ABOUT 30
J1 rooms, and first class Bsr; M,.">O0. Address L B box
1.>J Herald ofllee. '*
LVjR SALE AN OLD ESTABLISHED BAKERY ANli
X' Lunch Room, doing good bnalncss. Address C F
Herald olfice.
IilOK SALE-RESTAURANT, IN GOOD LOCATION;
1 III health rause of selling. Address J. H. WHITE, 017
1- li Hon st.. Brooklyn.
tfOR BALE?A BPENDIO ICEBOA:" PLATE GLAM
X doori: restaurant or wines. OALt. 9W West 41st st..
lor one week.
l'A I. RANT OR MILK REFRIGERATOR?A LARGE
?. made to order, for sale cheap at SuM EKVILLE'S,
L li iVeralty place.
C VI'.. ALE Oaf .SEW; Ml Ml M BIZK. WKXT Watfj.
Oprlce very low. Room 1^, aiil) Broadway.
WAUII % Kit V .
L^OR hALK iwo CPItlGlll TI'IHUR BOILERS. 10
JL1 and UOhorie! perfect order; completely fitted. Apply
107 South Canal st.. Newark. N. J.
tpOK SALE?A 20X4? VAK1ABLE CUT-OFF ENOINE,
In first class order; very low. JOHN McLAREN River
it.. Hoboken, N J.
LMNE RYE \N UlsKEY-FOL R YEARS ol !?;' ?4 PKtt
L gallon; (I per large Imttlo.
R vv .\ IKLL, M OhantM N>
Ltoll SALE OHhAP UnBUGlNG MAC HI KB AND
L two Scows, barge built: would make good lightera. Ad
(Irtss JAMES HART. Peekskill, N. V.
IAItG.i BOOARDUS MILL: ALSO ENDLE>S EI.E
Jvator. j., box ami Herald office.
rfirtE "KIIHERTS ENGINE."?ALSO OTIIER EJL
J. gines. Boilers and Macblnorv cheap ; Machinery bought.
ROBERTS. 111! Liberty st.
U'ANTED-A B'liVKi. OEI'siiEk. cai-aisi.E CP
taking 7-inch pieo< s of solt stone in the Jaws; to be in
good woralng order, Addrets, with price, L. J.. H., box
H.-toa i'uat villi'*.
INSTRUCTION.
ltVjnr?ilSKr.V-KOt K YKAKToLBT ?'Mi
r ,-u.lun ; SI per largi
r large battle.
N. VAN BKI.L, 8H Chamber* ??.
WANTKD-A YollNU MAS WHO can TEACH
Kraneli. miuic and. if pomilble, drawing, with the ruill
mrnta of Lulu. Apply bjr Ultar to M. O. 1IAVKN, 17
M *11 Hi.
Kl'IiOPK.
%j? f$rrtrrw$ftnre y ~kowy mrsinGrirm
r gallon; $1 per large bottle.
N. VAN HKIiL, 88 Chambers nt.
IVINEC8, LlUtOUi, OiV.
Pt'MMKk 8ki;i-iHMi?v.-cha?Eau*UAGAKOwSIT
J\.the favorite Claret: an original cute ol M quart* utilpped
to any Mdreaa on receipt ol 4J4.
VIC iOK k. MAUGER, 110 Keade at._
GUNS MI WHThKKY?POUK YEARS OLD; $4 PEK
r gallon , $1 pur large boiti*.
N. van HEfX, 88 Cbaraber* it.
OHKAU LEPEVKK. (JLUEmTCIHAMPAOME HOU8E
in exixtenue: quarts, pimaund half pulti. V1(,'T(?K E.
M kVOBB, New York.
MAUBI.K maktkls
At pkici;* nkvi;k aim'ko\eiii:i> lilfSIK
Mate and marble Mantel*; largest aa ortniert in the
city. P it N KM Y N M.AI'K COMPAN Y.
60 L'nlon square, 4tl> ?v. and I7tli at . New York,
?MUlllfMtnrar* of nil kinds of Slate Work.
nixa MYM WHUK.BY- VnC ,4 OLD; H PER
J? gallon; $1 per large bottle.
N. VAN BELL. M Chamber! st._
KKSTAlilA.MS,
RKBTAURAlfrT PRAHC ATI. M TfRiVEKMTY PLaAE
I'ho bout initio d'hote dinner, Irom 3 to 8, $1; farnitbed
iwuoiu.t to let to indie* wild jcentleruen.
CLOTHING.
fjilSOYE'wO'lStkV-I-0?Th YEAHrottyr?4 ?"??
1' gallon ; $1 per larj.-e bottle.
N. VAN HK1.1., 88 Chambers >t.
REAL ESTATE.
Seren parcels weru sold on the Exchange yesterday,
M follows:?
BY BOIRS, ALLIEN ANn COMPANY.
Supreme Court forrelosure sale -(lfur?? P. Smith,
referee ? of a building, with lot. 24xl(J3.3. ou Writ
16th St., s. &., 3U011. w. of tith nr.. to John Early .$11,975
by a. r. rAiuuiiii.il.
Supreme Court foreclosure sale Elliott F. Sbepard,
referee?of a house, with lut, 25xU8.U, on Writ 3!>th
St., n. 150 it. u. ot lltb nr., tu Wiliisui Dun
ham, plaintiff 2 144
BY T. K. STF.rKN.SON.
Supreme Court foreclosure sale?Willlitm U Flndley,
referee?ot a house, with lot, 20x80.5. on Kit*! 5Nth
It.63 ft. e. of Lexington av., to Cornelius
McCoou, plaintiff 14,600
MY BKUWAItU NMYTn.
Common Ploaa foreclosure tale-John E. Ward,
referee?ol a bnildiuff, with lot 25.lxl 10.ffx25.Hx
102, on ltroadway, e. s., between lutli and 12th
sta., known us lot No. 8 ou map of the estate uf
John Moras, to Trustees ol tliu Estate,plaintiffs, for 00 000
BY JAMKM M. Mil.1.1 B.
Supreme Court foreclosure sale?A. II. Jollne. ref
eree?ol a house, with lut 25x102.2. on bast 77th
st., a. s.. 275 tt. e. ot 2d av., to Enoch Kolsin, lor... 2,505
BY SUOTT AND MYKItH.
Supreme Court foreclosure sale?John J. Thomueson,
referee-ot a house, with lot 17.2x102.2, on hast
82d st., n. ?., 117.2 tt. e. ot 2u av., to 11. J. tiurst,
?or 3,300
Also similar sale? Edward 8. Dalttn, referee? of a
house, with lot 2fJxllO.fi, ou East 12Hih st., n. s., till
ft. w. of 4tb ar., to Edgar W llliams et al., plain
tiffs, for 11.250
Total lalea for the day. $136,174
TIIANSKKItS.
Elisabeth St., w. a., 208. Hit. ?. ot Spring St., 25 x03.8;
Jacob Behluvr aud wife to II, F. fining Nom.
1st St., ti. a., 150 ft. o. ot Washington av. (23J ward),
25x117.8-Id: James Lyua to Catherine Lyna $100
8th av., u. W. corner 111th st. 125x100.11; Thomas
J. Mora to John Burke 150
3d av.. s w. comer llenry at. (23d ward), 60x02; 0.
Slebraus Nieweubous to A. Osblul Nom.
56th st., s. s.. 186 ft. e. ot Madisou av., 20x100.5;
Anne O'Neill to K. 1). Webb Nom.
50th st., s. s.. 166 tt. e of Madisou av., 20x100.5;
Aune O'.Seill to John Downey Nom.
00th St.. s. s., 1101 tt. w. ot 3d av.. 197.0x152.3; Will
iam A. Boyd (.referee) to Cltixens' Insurance Com
?,P 11.000
Wash uuton,ar., s. e. corner of TalmadKe St., 50x
lUB.U (24th ward); M. BuUol (releree) to J. E.
Comfort 2,000
Av. C, s. w. corner of 14th at., 88x114.9; John J.
Thomasson (referee) to A. H. Hay lis 10,000
66th st., ?. a., 206 ft. ?. of Madison ar., 04x100.5; K.
Jones to f.ilward Pox .. 38 304
56th st.. 6. *., 100 It. w. ot 4th av , 94x2'HixlrreK0
lar: E. Vox to Andrew Sober. 50 000
18tn at., n. a., 150 It. e. of 4th ar., 50x02; F. J. lletts
(executor) to Jauob Schmidt ai 000
9tu St., n. s? 150 It e. of 1st av., 25x!)2.3; Louisa A. '
Oilman to John Fish 8 500
61st St.. u. 155 tt. e. Of 3d av., 18x100.5; j. H.
Bus-ell (executor) to M. P Veruon 6 500
Olat St., n. s.. 155 It. e. at 3d nr., 18x1011.5; A. Bus.
sell to same X5 000
50tb st., a. s . 206 It. e. of Madison av., 40x1(10.5;
Anne O'Neill to E. Kox Nora
10th St.. s. a, 150 It. e. of 4tli nr., 50x02; K. J. Betts*
(executor) to M. I* Egbert 25 000
140th st.. u. s., 7<*) It. w ol 8th av.. 100x100 10; also '
2d ar., n. w corner 113th st., 50x100; also 115tU
St.. s. s., 150 It. e. of 2-i ar., 12.'ixloo; also 131th
St.. s. a, 225 It. w. ol (lib av., 125x00.11; also Hill
side st.; Win. C EcclestoWm.lt King Kora
28th st.. s. s., 45 I't. e. of 4th av., 20x98.0; A. Fulton
to Msrla Ingram 22 000
61st st., n. 145 tt. w. or Madison av., 25x100.5 ; 8.
8iilllvan and husband to James M. Smith 55 000
38th st., u s., 44.8 ft. w. of 7th av., 22.4x90; F. W.
Low (reteree) to A. Sober 15 jqq
71st St., s. s.. 125 ft. e ot 4t!i ar., 25x100.5; E. B.
Shaler (reteree) to Thomas dutlle 8 000
11 lib at., u. s., 182 It. w. ol ar. A. 19.6x100.11 ;8. '
H. Olin (releree) to New York Life Insurance
Company., 4 500
Caual st.. n. s., 104.2 ft. w. of Varlck, 33.11x56.6;
8. II. Ollu (referee) to New York Life Insurance
Company 20.000
130th st. and 11 udsou River, lingular; Win. Man
(referee) to Manhattan Idle Insurance Company.. 24.600
80th st.. ?. 100 ft. vv. of 3d av.. 27.0x102.2; K. I).
Ualo (releree) to Manhattan Savings Hank 5 000
90th st.. u. s., 200 It. w of :td av., 25x100.81,'; same
tORame.... 4 (xx)
Monroe st.. ?. s., 8H 2 It. w. of Clinton, 204.2x60;' f!
Morris (referee) to Joun V. Decker 21,400
Cherry St., n. s., 83 ft. e. of Jefferson, 103.1x80;
same to same 15 315
Kut^irs nlace, s. a., 103 2 It. e ot J offerS" ii Vt.,120x '
IOH.7; same to same 21 600
Cherry st, n. 143 ft. w. ol Cliutou ?t., tjoxiuj"; '
sametosame 10 900
MOKGAOKS. '
Baumaun, Albert aod wife, to John J. Astor, w. a. of
3d av., s. of43d St. ; Instalments 18 000
Saine to William A.tor, n. s. ol liruud st., w. of W 11- '
lett st; 5 years 11000
Frocbllch. Salomon, to J. J. Astor, w. i. of 3d sr. s"
or 43d st.; 5 years . 15,000
Kellner, Morit/. and wite, to same, w. s ol av. B n of
4th st; 5 years 8 000
Same to same, w. a of 3d av.. s. of 13d st.: 5years.. 28.000
Same to same. w. s. of av. A, u. of 17th it.; 5 years.. 4.500
Robert, S.iphla and husband, to same, o. s. of 1st ar
between 11th and 1-th sis , 5 years ' 12 000
Same to same, w. *. of 3d av.. s. ol o8tb st.; 5 years. 15 00 i
Sloane, (ieori;e and wile, to John J. Astor, n. e. cor
ner llroadway and 32(1 st.; 5 years uo 000
Wagner, Cecilia ?i. und husband, to John Carey.
Jr., No. 227 William st.; 5 years 6 000
Youngs, David A, and wile, to C. A. Young*, s, 'ii
Worth St.; 3 mouths 11)00')
Ooulden. l.otlls P., to John Ouy, n. s 31th st, "w. o'f '
7th av.; 1 year 1 (]qq
luxram. Maria, to A. Fulton, s. s. 2-Jtli at, e.' of 4th
av.; 7 years 12 000
Vernun, Mary P. anil husband, to 8. D. Russell, n. s.
01st st, e. ol 3d ar.; 5 years 7 oog
Maxwell, Sarah R. aud husband, to Msry E. Arnea!
n. s. 12litli St., w. ol 4tb av.; 1 year J 5 (XH)
Looram. I'atharine and nu-.bund, to 8. H. BrownVn! '
w. ciroer of av. A and lSih st.; 2 years 2 500
Decker. John and wile, to Pettor Molltr, a. s. 'of '
.Monroe, e. of lelTerso!: st.: demand 20 500
Same to same, n. s. ol Cherry at, w. of Clinton st. ?
demand 20 500
Same to same, n. a. ofCncrry st., e. of Jefforaon 's't! ;
demand..' 13 000
hlnsse. Ldwnru and wife, lo 8. R. Piatt, Old Post
road : '2 years... 15,000
same W hhiuo, 740 una 74? iiruadwuy ; 2 years 15,000
BUSINESS TROUBLES.
A meoilnK or tbe croUltora of Marnchnei/., Maclc &
Co., wlioleaale liquor dealora at No. 13 Day aired, was
held yesterday. Tbo stntemont or tbo affairs of the
Arm was prcsonted, nhowing liabilities ol $07,000;
nominal assets, $102,000, and roal aiaets about $25,000.
A coromltlee, consisting or ltice Smith and Lawrence
Myers Si Ca, was appointed to Inrostlgate the ac
counts ol tbe tlrin and report al a future meeting. In
tbe meantime the property will be hold ror the benefit
ol the cred tors by Mr. FroJ. Lewis, the assignee.
Tbo crediturs ol lticbard lleuthcr, coal dealer at So.
#08 Washington street, held a mooting yesterday at
thu ofllce ol Keglster Allen, and Mr. Robert S. Iliil was
chosen assignee in bankruptcy. The following claims
were provod:?I'ho l.olu^li Valley Coal Company
$4,130 ulj ||. W'igion, $2,400 rt4; CiiHinor, Stlokney
A: Wellington, $1,362 fl?; Ricbmond In I hot, $(*2T 2S*
.VurUit Olypb.iiit, $,"o0 20; j. 1). K. Crook, $?52 08 ?
E. Hambhu, ?4H5 :;0.
A muetmg ui tbo c.re lnors of Henry C. Sweet, coul
dealer at No. Ill llroadway and at So. 143 Liberty
si reel, was held yesterday at the olllee ol Register
Allen. Eight claims were proved, and Mr. James R.
Watts wan elected assignee m bankruptcy.
Mr. Frederick I<owm, the assignee ol A. .Steinberg
Wholesale clolbier at No. 37 Walker street, has secured
nearly enough names ol creditors to flic the petition iu
bankruptcy lor a composition at twenty cent* on the
dollar, in accordance with tho resolution adopted by
the commilicc of creditors.
Tho application of Edward Tratibo Tor bis discharge
rroiu bankruptcy came beloro Registor Allen yestor
day, and as there whs no opposition on the part or the
cruditma it will bo granted.
FEliOCIOUS TBAMF8.
[From tbo Heading Times.]
Jnurvikw, Jim* 1.1, 1877.
A larrlblo tragedy w.is enacted in the mountains
near bere Inst nlgbu Kor a long time tbe squads of
tramp* wno travel.tbroucli this region havo made tlio
]>luce a resort. Yesterday afternoon four or live ol
these outcasts stopped there. In llio evening tbey
were Joined by quito a niunber ol others. Homo ol tbo
party were well supplied with liquor. TUo whole
party indulged pretty Ireely, tbe carousal being kept
up uutil a lute hour. About midnight two ol the
triimpi became etgaged In au altercation about u wo
man, one ol ihc purty. Tbo quarrel terminated lu a
general lliiht. nearly all ol tbo tramps participating in ;
u. Iwo of them, known as tlio ".stranger" and Mill '
L'srr, wcro SO severely stabbed thai tbey died shortly
alter tbe end of tliu llgtlt. The rest ol tlio p.irty scat
tered in various directions, and as no clow lias bcon
discovered <ii their ?Hereabouts, It Is thought they
liavo managed to escape. One ol the tramps told an
old man, whom lift met near here, tlio story of tbo
tragedy, but lie ?ih not detained. I'bn affair Is being
invoHllgalod. Tills Is the second tragedy of Ihe kind
that has occurred In this vicinity, and naturally
enough, some alarm h is been occasioned auiuug tbe
,ow peoislu Itvin? about b?re?
MORMON LIES.
Ann Eliza Arraigns Brigham Young of
Meanness, Cruelty and Falsehood.
THE PROPHET'S COURTSHIP.
How He Won His Nineteenth Wife and
How He Has Persecuted Her.
to thb Eurros or tub Hkkald:?
Will you do me the kindness to publish my state
ment in regard to the Interviews flying around through
the press between tbe delectable Kli Perking and Brtg
liam Young r Through the extraordinary power ot bis
winning msnoer be has Induced the Prophet to falsify
rather more extonstToijr than usual. To bcg<n with,
pormit ma to return thanks that bo does not "count
me one ol bis wives." Tbe Arst and only happiness I
have ever kuown In my life has como to me since 1
sovorod all relations with blm and bia so-called religion.
1 scarcely tbiuK It necessary to refute tbe charge of
lying about him, as too many of my statements navo
been supported by hundreds ot competent and vera
cious witnesses, both in and out ol the courts.
His record speaks for itself an4 tells In tonos of thun
der of tbe hundreds of brutal and cold blooded mur
ders that ho is responsible lor, aud the living deaths of
mora than twenty thousand bulpless, heart crushed
women. 1 was murrled In my nineteenth year to
James I* Dee, an Kngllshwan und u brute, who, when
angrv, resorted to blows and violenoe ot almost every
doscriptlon toward me. My womanhood and pride re
volted at such iroatmeni, and at the end ef two years
I roturned to my lather's home with two little sons.
Mr. Dee did not "ruu away and leave mo" tin the
contrary, 1 109k the step of leaving quite unknown to
blm, when I ooutd uo longer bear his cruelty to myscll
aud children. He made several efforts lo Induce mo
to roturn to him, but I did not leave until all hope
ol happiness was gone, and 1 could not be per
suaded to go back. My parents were only too
glad to have me at home again, and they wore not, as
Brigham says, '-too poor lo take oare of me," as all
wbo kuow them can testify. Stnoo that lime they
have suUercd greatly, financially, through Brlghutn's
villany. He holpod me to procure n legal divorce
from my husbaud, ihough he bas sinee denied tbal I
bad one; bowevor, bis denial does not change tbe
fact, 'there is but one Item of truth in his story.
Wo did live on my father's farm at Cottonwood, and
alter au interval of two years, during wuicU iirno 1
got my divorce, Brigham came down there to hold a
meeting. His eyes were fixed upon mo during the
whole of tbe forenoon service. At the close bo cutno
10 ine, complimenting mo upon the roturn of my
youthful looks, which be repoated several timosduring
the day, uud be bitterly disappointed Mr. Benbow's
family, with whom be wus to nuve dined, by saying bo
prolerred to go home wltb me.
UK nil> HIS OWN ASKt.SU.
It Is one among many absolute falsehoods to say my
parents asked hira to marry mo. Whilo walking to
our bouse ho a?kcd me If 1 had received any odors of
marriage since 1 left my husband. 1 replied ibat I
had. Ho tben wished to know if there were any 1
cared to accept. 1 said, "No, sir." He tben advised
me not to tnurry again for love, but to mnrry some
elderly, experienced brother, to whom 1 could look lor
good counsel and eternal salvation. 1 thanked bun,
supposing tho advice was only prompted by the In
terest our boloved Prophet had in one ol bis flock. At
the close ol Hie afternoon meeting he called my lather
aside, und detaiued some twelve carriage loads ot
people, wlio bud accompanied blm, for about two
uours' private conversation. We ware quite curious to
kuow what be could have to say that ocouptodso much
time, and wore without tbe slightest suspicion
as to tbe nature of his revelation until lather came botne
and told us. 1 never was so amazed and shocked In my
lilc. 1 told father he must be mislakon; that 1 thought
Brother Young was talking in Iteball of a Mormon
bunkor wbo bad seemed to bavo yearnings to add
another to bis numerous family, aud that be ?iud mis
understood the drill of bis words. Bui laihor said bo
knew he was not lu error; tbat Brigham talked loo
plain 10 be misunderstood. When I realized that this
was so luy honrt was Ulled with grief and horror. 1
should have led no worso if my own lather bad pro
posed marriage 10 me. 1 had only a feeling 01 rever
ence and awe toarard Brighatn as our Prophet aud the
mouthpiece ol God. 1 had always boeu taught to so
regard him, and 1 could look upofr him in uo other
way. 1 knew there was no escApo lor me, lor wbui nc
willed must bo dono. I leared to Incur bis wrath :is
well as that ol tbe Almigbly, lor 1 had been taught
from my blrib that uoue could bo savod eternally ex
cept those who accepted aud submitted lo polygamy.
Brigham sculfor my parents repeatedly and paid ibem
the most flattering attentions; told tbein to use all
their inlluence in tils behall; th.it 1 should be well pro
vided for hero and be a queen In b^aven. He usked
tor numerous interviews with mo, uud 1 leared to re
fuse him. Wbal could 1 do; wbero should 1 look lor
aid in this awiul emergency 1 Tuere wus no nope, lor
bo bad tbe Lord on his side, he was all-poworlui aud 1
was helpless. 1 must succumb, und alter one year of
agony and tears 1 yielded to ray fate. He knew well
tlial I was wretched, but thai was of llltlo conse
quence 10 hitu. No amount ol suffering ever louche*
his inhuman heart. 1 have seen thai in many cases
besides my own. 1 was married to him in
IMS, alter living at home three years, and
no shadows cast before gave me any conception of
the misery that was 10 be crowdod into tbe five years
of my married llle with him. My greatest sorrow waa
lo see our Prophet, whom 1 bad believed infallible, lie
aud dciraud ine poor, and by llio wickedness ol bis
daily llle caaso me 10 lose all laith in hint and bis re
ligion. A lileloug belief was slipping Irora my grasp,
wub nothing better to taku its plnco. My doubts and
(ears wero maddening 1 conld not nelp ibem, and yet
1 thought they were wicked. 1 had no one to advise
or aid mo in any wuy, and I had 10 solve the problem
alone.
A WIFIj's KSCAT'K.
Near the close ol ihoso years of awful darkness
came the conviction tbal Mortnomsm was all wrong
aud wicked, and the resolution to escape Iroin it
ui all huzards. 1 did It, and 1 shall uever cease to
thank Cod lor my deliverance. "Tnai while cot
tage down on tho corner," ol which Brigham speaks,
was uover given to me; 1 was merely permitted
to live In it, aud to tboso who censure ino lor loaviug 11 1
wisb no worse lalo tban Hie uicouvouienco ol liviug in
II. My mother occupied it with mo, as she always
lived with me alter I waa married to Young. .She is
with mo now in I.ookport, and prepared to spoak lor
herself as to wboibor I turned her oui of doors or not,
A Molt MON WITMKSN.
"Bob Houghtou," as they are pleased to call him,
was introduced to mo by Brlghum's own daugbtor, at
whose house he lived, and wuosu husband baplizoa
him Into the Church long bolore 1 ever saw him. He
lived with Ibem two or throe y?ars, and It seems very
strange that they should burbor so bad a character lor
sucb a length of lime. I never bad tho slightest intl
muiton thai the man was not all right until some
stranger told tho lather of a young lady Iriend of
mine not to let bis daughter drivo out
with hitn any more If ho valued her
reputation. 1 uover spoke to him but once
alter that, and then I told him bo mast not call al our
bouse again because of what I had beard. He was very
angry indeed, and when 1 left my nome and weut tu
the Walker House, in Salt Lake City, he saw an op
portunity lor rcveuge, and sold hitnbell to Brigham to
swear against me. My lawyers ascertained mat bo
really was a bad man, wliote oath would not be ac
cepted lu court. Ho afterward wroto to me and
culled al ihoir ofliro, saying that the Danlles took bim
out on a hill oue night and told him ibey wouid kill
bim il ho did not (to It; that be never wuntod to barm
me, and il wo would pay him he would leuvo the Terri
tory and not appear against me. We utterly reiused
lo accede to bis domain.s. Il is a well known lact lu
t;tali thai llrigiiaiu Young can get any num
ber ol men to swear to hnything he may
dictate. He rays 1 cheated him. 1 did so to the
enormous extent ol about <?'.U a year In dry goods
from tbe co operative store, aud bread, silt pork and
dried peaches enough lo koep llle in ua. This Is Hie
detectable lood ujiou which all hi* family were kepi,
cxcepl his favorite wile, Amelia, up lo ibo lime of my
leaving. Anything luriher than this tl.cy caruod lor
ihrmsolvoH by sowing, keeping bo..Mors, drying
peaches to sell or raising poultry. I have seen 0110 of
Ills tuosl lultiiliil wives carrying a little basket ol engs
nrouud the neighborhood trying to sell Ibem. And
this was the wilo ol a man who has a deposit ol
f 7,tlO(),UOO in tho Hank ot Kuglutiri, und whose wealth
in liluh is so liutneuse as to tic almost impossible to
ostimuie 11. When I brought tny suit It was estimated
tbal his Income waa Ho, 000 per month. 1 tlnnk this
case Is wiltioul precedent tu the history of civilisation.
iiitiifham'h falsehood#.
If 1 am no weak, silly ana vaid, is it ool singular
that u mnu ol his pretended ubility und divine calling
should have beeu so eusily inveigled luto making a
"looi'' ol himself Hu assorts tbul I was unlauhiul,
and ao 1 wag ; but not in the manner no tniggesia. Tu
be laithlul lo irutn and womanhood I must be tin
la ihlul to l)ri,iliain and falsehood. Tbul 1 "ran away
with a Boston lullow" Is also tains. 1 remained al Uio
Walker House from July, 18i3, utiiil ttoo nexl Novem
ber, when I left ou rbanksgtvtng nl^hl >o come Kitst to
Iccture. 1 was accompanied by Mm >Satah A. Cooke,
a most estimable lady, about sixty years of ago, w bo
was Willi tno constantly, an I wan entirely inexperi
enced us to tho outsme world, iirighuin i.nlIs niy lec
tures "sctiool girl compositions." Whatever iliey
may bo, tlio American people buvo been food enough
to give me a lull aud atteutive bearing, from
Maine lo Caliromla, and have expressed their upproha
lion ol tbe work 1 am trying to accomplish by ibem.
1 thonk ihom most sincerely lor thoir kindly recep
tion und the aid they liiiva given mo. Aa lo my rue
cers in llio lecluro field and my conduct since I left
alormonism, I leave those to dicieo with whom 1 have
been associated. 1 have earnestly endeavored lo make
my course a blameless one; now lar l have succeeded
they may Judge. 1 do not tear Ilia decision ol all * bo
know me. In the munis ol those unacquainted with
the circumstances ol n>y birth and cany education
there exists a pnjudxo; but tins has almost always
vauished upon ihuir learning the tacts. WI)>Io ig
norant of the truth inose aru their conclusions. I buy
have tu'j burn aud grow u up la Ibe tost, usually New
England; they make me go oat to Utah with the deliber
ate purpose ol marry lug Mrisbam Young for bismout-y
with tbe dorp laid pliiD ol leaving blm, bringing suit
mtan-t blm to gain notoriety and alimony and tbe iu
Irution ol lecturinv upon the reputation I bave gained
by tbe mean*. And what la tbe reaaon ol tbla preju
dice? le it because t have done any wrong? No! It
Is because of tho Inhumanity and bestiality of Brig
bam Young's life, and I Was unfortunate enouun to
bave been born undor bla control and forced Into a
baleful marriage with him. I wish I could hoar of one
pcrtuM woo bat ever given mo tbo boueUt ol a doubt on
mis point Tins Is uiy sin und lor it 1 have
l?-en cruelly maligned. * I bave borne slight* aad con.
lutiicly and shall yet bave to bear them, but tbey shall
not swerve m>> Iroiu my purpose. 1 have dealt blows
to Drighatn Young aud Ins Iraudulent religion that
tbey will never recover Irom. Is It strange mat bo
abould strike taclc 1 He has spent a fortune in trying
to ruin uie, but be has lulled, and shall so long as I
have uiy reason. 1 am not aurprlsed at anything be
nuiy say or do; neither am'i to be dlacouraged oy his
falsehoods or tbe world's misunderstandings. I will
make honost people recognize my claim to sincerity
and honesty ol purpose In spit* ot all obstacios. 1 have
de'endeo myself imperfectly, but I shall continue to do
It so long as I am unjustly assailed. 1 shall never de
sert the cause lor wblch I am working while Hrigbam
Young has power to enalavo and crush my sister
women. ANN KLl/.A YOUNG.
Looki'okt, N. Y., June 14, 1877.
THE MOKMON ULCEB.
THE SECOND TWIN DOOMED.
[From the Wisconsin State Journal]
Ono of tne twin relics ol barbarism, which attract**
the auiagomsm of the republican party while It was
yet In Its infancy, ban already been destroyed, and tb?
period for giving the doath-blow to Its survivor nemi
to be rapidly approaching.
CROOK ON BRIGHAM.
[From lb* Cheyenne Leader.]
"Brleham Young," said the General, "is fast losing
his influence and prestige with the Mormons, who are
rapidly disintegrating. In loriner years thoy consid
ered themselves bound to uphold each other In aver;
thing, whether criminal or otnorsrise, bat of late tbej
have been gradually drifting apart, and the breach u
fast widening. They soc that they can live, move and
have their being whether brlgham Young rulos or not
and they have to a great extent grown weary of payin|
tithe to the so-callod Prophet. Ho can no longer en
force hla arbitrary and unjust 'laws,'and his collec
tors fail to gather the vast tribute wntch they formerly
did. In case be should bo indicted by tho Grand Jury
thero would be a still greater falling off in his following,
so that I do not apprehend even tho scmblanoe of
serious trouble. He is lmmemoly rich, and It would
be an lmjiossiblllty, In my opinion, to secure a Jury
which would conviot him."
THE OKNtlf-E CAUSE.
[From the Salt Lake Tribune.]
The sole object of the liberal element In Utah Is to
emancipate themselves and the subject Saints from (be
tyrannous power of this ruling priesthood. They have
no desire to persecute them for their religion, would
not be particular about punishing them for theli
crimes. They only want these everlasting gentry to
Bland aside and not block up tho way. Thoy are in
capable of governing themselves; and by means o(
repressivo and uujust laws they prevent others
who have greater aptitude for the work lending a hand.
And since tbey will not abate their Insolent protenslon
we resort to the readiest way to got rid ol them, and
overturn tnelr blighting misrule?punish them for
their past crimes. But no one has any design against
those Saints who aro guiltless; and those oven who hav<
boon led into offence from a mlslakon sense of rellgioui
duty when tbe principal malolactors are disposed of will
be very leniently dealt with. Thoreforo, those members
of the Latter Day Church who mean to do well and
are desirous to see the laws enforced In Utah, have
plainly marked out before them tho course they ought
to pursuo. They must mako no roslstanco to the edicts
ot tne courts, and have no lears that any Innocent
man will bo punished. Tho American people do not
seek vengeance, but justice?and justice tempered with
mercy. These blaspheming aud law-dofylng priests
wno arrogate to themselves a peculiar sanctity, are
tho men wno havo incited all these past crimes, who
have proachcd this go'pei of immitigable hate, who
bave produced all this present trouble. These men
must be got rid of by judicial process or their own ro
nuucla'.ioii of power. Thero will be no further settle
ment of past accounts then, American Institutions wllf
be extondnd to this country, and saint and (Inner will
havo no further cause of disagreement.
THE DEAD MAN'a SAVINGS.
ONE OF THE BOWFBY SAVINGS BANK CONSPI
RATORS EXPOSES THE SCHEME OF BOBBEBX?
A DRAMATIC SCENE.
A highly dramatic soene was enacted In the exam
ination room of the Tombs Police Court yesterday In tho
presence of a crowded audience. On her bended kneea
the wilo of Simeou Abrahams, a deputy sberlfl, cbargod
with conspiracy to defraud tho Howery Savlugb^ank,
called God to witneas the innocence of hor husband an4
implored Divine vengeance on the hoods ot bis accusers,
Tho Court raDped to order, the spoctators gasped with
astonishment, tho prisoners in tho case glarod with
anger, the informor <1 nailed, a murmur rose through
tho court room and It was some tlino before ordor was
restored.
Tbe exciting cause of the scene was tbe testimony of
Nathan Levy, a Centre stroot lawyer. He, together
with Simeon Abrahams and John Walling, aliaa
Myers, it will be remembered, wore arretted a few
days ago ou a charge of conspiring to defraud tbe
Bowery Savings B.iuk out of $750, the property of i
deceased dopomtor, Michael J. Ma honey. At tho pre
liminary examination tho prisoners all pleaded "not
guilty," but yesterday Levy enterod into an arrange
ment by whicn, in constdoraiion of immunity
irom proseoutiou, he was to turn State's evidence.
Accordingly, when tbe case cauiu up beforo Justice
Otlerbourg, Assi.-tant District Attorney henry placed
Levy nu tho stand. Ills follow prisoners looked a lit
tle astonished wbou his nunic was called, but when the
prosecuting officer announced tho unexpected pro
gramme their amazement rose to the higtjusl pitch.
KXro.SING Til K CONSriKACY.
i/ovy said that he was a practising lawyor In this
city aud acquainted with tbo prisoners. Tuen, fixing
his eyes on tbe Justice, apparently to avoid tho bittor
looks of his late companions, he continued: "Karly
in May last deputy Sherill Abraham*, tho prlsoni r,
culled at my office aud said that be had tbu bunk book
of one Michael J. Mahonoy, who hail recontly died in
tho Brooklyn Navy Hospital. >1 want your servicos,'
said he, 'in relation to the same, and n will prove
hit;my beneficial to both 01 us.' 1 asked him what I
could do, and he replied, 'Maloney dlod suddenly, leav
ing $750 in the Bowery Savings Hunk. Wow, nobody m
God's world knuws that he ielt auy money, and thore
is nobtxiy to tako any interest in bun. Let us person
aie the dead man, obtain a judgment against him and
pocket the money.' "
I-evy listened to the ghastly proposition, and at onc?
entered Into the conspiracy. "1 knew,'' continued Hit
witness, "that iraud an? i perjury were to bo coin,
tnitted, and 1 acknowledge my participation." It was
lltially arrauged that Levy should draw up a summons
and complaint, suing Mahoui-y lor $900. Abrahams
was to servo the same, smooth over the matter ol affi
davits and procure a bogus complainant and defend
ant, the latter to personate the deceased aud confess
judgment. In due time tho action waa brought, Wal
ling, alias Myers, hoing the complainant, aim a man
nauud Wllloughby. who is still at large, acting as
Malioney. Judgment was rendered, and on sup
pletneiitary proceedings an order was granted
directing the bank ofllcials to submit their books for
investigation. At this point, however, tho deicctlve
stepped in Hnd spoiled the gamo. Tho confession ot
Levy und the fierce donuiicutlon of Mr. and Mr.).
Aoraliaun created a gunniuo sensation. Counsel mr
the defence delivered a bitter invective against f.evy
a-i the person who should be tiio most rigidly pun
isliod, and then waived <-;umiuaiion. The Justico tixed
tho ball of Abrahams and Walliog at $J,000 each and
that of Levy at tl.Oi.n, io appear at the trial as a wit
ness Abrahams and i,ovy inrmshed hall and were
releasod, but Walling, having no boudsmau, waa seal
to JaiL.
A MEDICAL POISONER,
[From the Ohio Statesman.]
Mkwabk, Ohio, June 12, 1*77.
Intense excitement prevails in Kirksville, In thlg
county, In couseijtienco of the demise, on Saturday
last, of a prominent citlzou of that placo, named Will
lam Williams. Doceased complained of feeling un
well two or three days belnro bis doath, and wns per
suadod by his wile to havo a physician called. Dr.
Breeze, ol tho village, was sent for, proscribed Mr.
Williams and loll Tbo medlcino waa taitoii and thl
patient bocamo worse. This continued until Saturdsy,
when death rollovnd tho sufferer. Suspicion of tow
play was at once directod toward Mrs. Williams and
tho Doctor, In cohseiiUHUco ol a supposed intimnc.j
that existed between tbo pair, and hnd been a mattol
ol gossip lor some tim-> previous. Ilow much trutl
there is in tnis is a inatier to be ascertained hereafter.
ibe Doctor has been missing since the day ot
Williams death, and It I* known that be was taken l<
the railroad station by a young son ol tho deceased. A
post mortem was held by Drs. Kwing, Algeo unit
Bbanghney, Tho stomach and content* ol deceased
weru taken in charge by Messrs. Richardson and
Junior, ol Kirksville, who at once proceoded to Cin
cinnati to have the came analy/.i.d oy a chemist. Mr.
Williams was buried by the Odd Kellows, ol whiclt
order he was a member, on Monday last. The number
of people in attendniico could not have been less than
700, iho largest crowd ever assomnled In that part ot
the county ou any lun-ral occasion. Mr. William*
was a iuruiur aud possea-.sd ol considerable wealth

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