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Delfing the Deep and Dark Ways of the Silk Smugglers. THE TEMPERANCE WAR. Derelict Insurance Officials in the Meshes of the Law. The trial of the defendants, Alva Graff and T. 0. Owen, Indicted lor eousplracy tn the silk smuggling frauds, was continued yesterday In the criminal branch of lbs United States District Court betoro fudge Benedict and a Jury. Assistant District Attor neys Foster aud Ucrriclc appeared lor the government and ex-Judge A. Dttteahoeler, Frederick A. Dane and Louis F. l ost, Jr., lor tbu defendants. TUs trial made considerable progress yesterday, but as tbe gov ernment buvo ten more wunosses to place on the Bland It Is not expeeted that all tbe evidence for the prosecution will bo submitted belore tbe end of next week. The cross examluatlon ol Mr. Walter D. Nowoll was resumed by ox-Judge Dlttenboefer with the same per tluuolous scrutiny cnaractorizing tbo oross-exammo tion of bcoti. He testified as followsI wua absonl from tbo city live or alx days tn tbo years 1874, 1875 ?ud 1870 lrom my store; in 1877 1 was not absent from tbo storo any one day up to tno time of the dis covery ot tbo trauds; 1 rememoor tbe doltvery of two euses In 1877 at my store, aud also tbreo barrels; 1 would not be quite cortain that tbo dohvery of tbo eases was not at tbo aud ol 1870; 1 remember two trunks coming to my storo ellbor at tbe oud of 1870 or Very early iu January, 1877; tbu two casus delivered at my storo lu 1874 wuro delivered them In tbo latter pari ol that yeur?either Noveiubor or December. (J. Have you spoken to Scott about this case since you Uavo bean on tbo slaud f A. 1 bave. Q. About your and his testimony 7 A. I have. Q. Where 7 A. lu iho ballot this building and in Iho court Q. Did you apeak to General Foster or Mr. Herring, Assistant District Attorney 7 A. 1 did. Ho-Uiroct by General Foster? Q. Judgu Dittcuboelor having doclined to ask you, plouse state what i said to you 7 A. You suid tuut my cross-examinatiou had not irirt tbo prosecution, Ke cross by J udgo Dnten hoofer? Q. Having lel't It to General Foster to draw out the answer, bacauso I suspected tbe job, 1 will now ask wboihur that remark was mudo by Uouorat Foster to you tur tbo purpose oi whistling up courager Question objeoied to and overruled. Witness resuming:?1 regarded tbo remarks or Mr. Mcrriok ss to tbe croas-oxamlnutlou us tunny, and thoy pleased mo; I dou't know wbetner It was douo to whistle my courage up; 1 am quite as certain us 1 am about uuything that dopeuus upon my memory tnot tbe laces wore uolivered iu barrels; 1 helped to unpack them and Soon was present; I never saw a lace in any other barrel except that time, and I am certain that laces wore In tbe barrels. General Foster ottered In evidence a letter purport ing to buvo becu written by Scott, lrom Troy, during his lligbt, to Nowell, and purporting to enclose one to Grull. Judge DUtonhoefer objected to tho admission of the letter on tbe ground thai no statements or declarations ol Scott can bo ovIUenue against Gruff until a con spiracy bss been provcu, and tout it was a conspiracy case aud not a smuggling case that was on trial. J udgo UK.NKDicr?Do you claim that there is no ovi donco ol conspiracy 7 J udgo Dittk.niiokvkii?We do, with supreme confi dence, but 1 beg to bo excused lrom indicating tho point uuill tbe District Attorney bus put la all his evi dence on lUui point. Judgo Uxmkuk't?Tho quostion or tho admissibility Ol the letter will bo reserved uuttl all tho evidence on the question of tbe oouspiracy has beeu put iu. J. Duulnp was tho uext witness called, aud was ex anunod by Assistant District Attorney Fester. Ho testified as follows:?1 kept uu express uUlcu in South Filth uveuuo lrom tbe first duy ol November, 1874, aud lrom tbut time to 1877 1 think 1 carried ouo Uun drod barrels ol goods lor Scott; tho oxhinus produced aro receipts lor goods, aud ibov were tukou iroiu my monthly files ;u tho yours 1876. '78 and '77; they ?now receipts by tho auctioneers Wiimcruing, Hoguei A Co. : the entries in the cash book produced were mudo by mo. (These outri us were read and showed payments made by Scott to witness.) Objected to by tbe doluuuu and overruled. Cross-examined by ex-Judgo Ditteuboolcr?1 was Indicted in ibis case aud wua arrested; I obtained bail; 1 transact tno business In irty express olllce in tho morning and my clerk In tho uitcrnoou; Mr, Scott told mo to outer Nowoll ou tno cash book, aud lrom tbut luioruiuiton X mudo tbe outry; 1 testily iu relor ?noo to that from iny general kuowlodge of my busi ness that Scott told me; 1 do not know except lrom tho receipt ol tbo delivery lhat tbu money wus paid in the office; 1 buvo no recollection of tbo transaction dalod April 8 except what 1 see lu tlio hooka; the name ol my clerk is James It. McKeau, and ho is em ployed at my bruncn express ulbce; nearly nil tbo paymeuts since Juuuitrv, 1877. wore mudo to me por souaily by Soolt; 1 reiuomber receiving a lot ot barrels InJuuo, 1877; tbe ontry of a payment by Scoll in February 22, to wblcb 1 buvo roiurred, does not ap pear ou the cash book, but does uppour iu April. William C. Madden, examined uy tho Assistant Dis trict Utorney, testified:?1 am lu the cmpioy ot Wil mcrdlug, Hoguot Jt Go., uud have been lor seven years; 1 Identity tbo puper produced, ou whlcn uppeurs my name; it is duiod December 14. 1875. Joliu Khciuhuri, Knottier e in ploy e of the auctioneers, Identified receipts lrom ihu auctioneers, Wtliuurdlug, Jloguel A Co., ol cuses sent by tbo uxpicss couipuuies. These wero dated April 8, 1877 ; March 1, 1878, and De cember 14, 1876. Tbo Court hero adjourned until this tnorninir. VIOLATING THE EXCISE LAW. John Koster and Albert Blul, proprietors or tho saloon uuder tho Tribune building; YV'illiuw McCarthy, Murgurut Loo. Micbuel lleuly uud Joseph fruitier, ull ol wiiom were Indicted lor selling liquor without llucuie, as required by law, on cotnpluint ol the Law una Order Socioly, wero urruiguod lor trial yoatorday lit tho Court ol Uuuoral Suasions, liuloro Judgo Suth erland. Considerable Interest seemed to no uttuctied to thaso oases, and in anticipation ol a trial tho court room was crowded. The aucusud pleaded guilty uud I el I oti bail. Tho caso ol Colonel Jehu \V. Avery was next called. The uccuscd keeps an extensive estab lishment lor sailors' supplies, including liquors, ut No, Hut) Water street. Mr. Avery, with tits lutuer, bus nniio buiiuosH in the sumo pluco lor many year a. Tho ubarge against him wus that ol selling liquor without a license. In pleading guilty Mr. Avery siutud that he liuu procured a receipt from the Excise Board uud hud rcpcutouiy applied lor a hotel license, which lie had liot yet obtained, ullhouglt he understood tho CointnissioueiH wero uliuut to grunt Inm one. Mr. Avory exhibited Ins receipt uud handed it ap to tho Court. Judgn Huthoriand, alter examining Itie document, said tbul It wus nut u hotel or tavern licouao uud uid uot, tburoloro, uuldoriito tlio holder to sull liquor, uccordirg to the luterprutulion givuu to ttio Kxcisu law by tuo Court of Appeals. 1 ho case Was a somewhat ciuuurrasaing one. lliu law hud been pruoticuby broken aud, of course, the Court Could uot bo a party to a breach ol tlio law. As liu understood it, liquor could not be sold unions uuder a regulur hotel license uud until he obtained that li cense the dcluuduut should stop iho sale ol liquors uud sot a good example to poor dealers who wero ollou templed to vtolulu tlio luw In order to earn a livohood. tho uclouduot kept a respeotublo place uud had been a long timo in business and should cease to sell liquor until tie ob tained iliu proper authority. Under the circumstances, however, lie would impose a light line, but II the au cuacd should be agu'u indicted lor u similar ofl'uuco Ulid plead guilty buloru In in lie wouid impose a severe penalty. Judge Hutlierluud llieu imposed' a uominal Una ol $U6. Tno lino was promptly paid by Mr. Avery, who then loll the Court. No lurlhur coiuplulnts were presumed to the Grand Jury by Mr. Munuy, counsel lor the Luw uud Order Society. It is staled tliul no warrants thus tar have bceu issued lor the arrest ut several well known res taurant aud notel proprietors against whom it has been rumored proceedings have been instituted. BALANCING ACCOUNTS. For somo ttuio past tho Marino Court bas been the ?ceno ol a scries ol logul Jousts assuming a somewhat acrimonious character between tho bouses ol Walkor und Crane. The trouble, it appears, originullv arose between 1. Bowers Craue, a young gentleman who wus doing somo collecting busiuoss, and Isaac Wulxor, uu uptown tailor. Walker employed Mr. Craue to spur up some ol bis dilatory customers, and at the eitmo lima made lilut somo clothes. Thinking there hud been unnecessary delay in settling accounts be tween them Walker made use ol that somewhat dan gerous weapon to some ol thoso alio have made use ol It?tho postal card?to lire u somowhai uucumph meutsry shut at Mr. Crane. Construing tho contents Ot the eard to be libellous Mr. Cruuo commenced a suit against Walker to ro cover damages lor the Injury sustained thereby, this cose was tried lu tho Marine Court, und Mr. Crutio shewing that his business rela tion- with Walker Imd been correct, ami that the im putation to the contrary contuiuoij on the lutlur's card wtts undeserved, obtained a verdict aguiusl him lor $HUO damages. The cuuso was concluded ou tlio ]Hits May, 1*76, and immediately upuu tno dulcudunt Walker leaving tlio court an order ol arrest wlilcli had been grained in the same sun ou Uie previous d >y wus executed upon him ny Marshal Louixischer. Believing the plaintiff In the sun mid his brother, ltoyal 8, Cralie, who acted us tils counsel 111 the prosecution thelvol, to he tho reul author* of Ins unexpected urresl, Walker commenced against them a sun in re cover duinugos to the uxtout of $ 1,000 lor Inlso im prisonment. The ground* ol this ucnou were that ho being u wtlnoss iu attendance boloru the court lilsnrrest bclore ho had an opportunity to return to Ins homo wus u Violation of bis legal privijugo as such w itness, *u without warrant of taw, bis Imprisonment un justifiable, ami Oiu defend mb who procured but arrosl liable lu damages. This cuso wua brought lo trial ho loru Judge Alitor una it jury lu I'arl 2 of ibo llariuo Court aud concluded yesterday. On tbo trial no posl llve testnuoay wua produced to show tbat U Uowors Crauo, ilia pUiulill ill the ?uil, bal takou any part iu itie arrest beyond ihu mero act or making tiiu uflldu. vit I b# Marshal testified trial Koyal S. Crane tbo counsel in tbo first caso and one ol ibu dolaudun'l* lu Ibis, guvo turn tbo oritur of arrest, pointed out Wnlkur as be went down tiio Court Home stairs und lustrucmd bim to inuko Ibe arrest, as Walker was about to depart lor Kuropo, uud lu obedience to tliosu instructions be niado the urrest. Counsellor Crane on bis own behalf tc.-iilicd tfial all he bad to do with the arrest was to send tbo ordor to the Marshal ou tho day previous lu tbo urrest, und on the day of ruakiug u to point out Wnlker to the Marshal, but without instruc tions to urrest him thou, there or anvwbero cl-e Upon substantially this stalo ul facts counsel for tbo defendants moved to dismiss tbo complaint as against L. Jlowors Crano on tho ground that tbo testimony had not in any way couuectod him with tbo making of tbo arrest under tbo circumstances churned to have been Illegal. A similar motion was niu-lo on bebull of Uoyul 8. Crude, tbo oilier defendant, on the legal ?round tliat tbo only prutoclion from srrest which He fendttbt could claim uudor mo circumstaiioes was tbat derived lrom tbo common law, und that that pruloo Hon did not extend to uu arrest tuudo in thu s.uno suit Mi which ino person urrosted was in attendance as a party deteudaut. This puint wus overruled bv tho Court, uud on tho c.iso boing aubeequoutly given to tbo Jury on the question of fact as to whether or uot Koyal S. Crune authorized uud encouraged the urrest. aud also oo the question of uiuiice, tbo Jurv found against htm and assessed Walker's damage at $750, THE INSURANCE TltlALS. In tbo expeciution that Chief Justice Davis would puss sentence upon Koberl L. Caao, lato President of tho Socurity Lifo lueurauoe Company, convicted of perjury In the Court of Oyor sua Terminer for swear ing to a false stutemeut as to the ilusocial couditiou of tho Security Life Insurauco Company, there wus a largo crowd yesterday In the court room, Including several promiuenl llle Insurauco ollieials. Tho oris oner looked qulto dejected mo contrast between the coulldent look ho woro during tbo trial and aud his present ufipeurauco being vary tuarkod. Un the opou lug ol tbo court applicutiou wus made to postpouo suutenco ou uccouul of tbo unuvoidublo uo souco of ex-Judge Kullertou and Mr. lloucfi senior counsel lor the prisoner, they being euguaod' in the triul of a cuuso bolero Judge Van Hruuk Alter somo urguuiout, District Attorney Pbelps opposing tbo application, us ouo ol tbo prisoner's counsel was proueut, It was lliiully arranged to defer the passing ol sentence until uuxt Tuesday. Tbo trial of W. C. Allen, Secretary ol the Security Lilo, against whom was found u similar ludlctmeut to that found against Cnso, will be begun to-duy boloro Judge Davis. Next on the list will lollow the triul ol ur. Lambert, tbo uctuury of tbo society, ulso similarly Indicted Icr perjury. CHARGE AND COUNTER CHARGE. David Lewin has brought a suit in tho Marino Court to recover lrom Lovy Souuouburg $1,000 duuiugus lor assault aud battery, und procured an ordor to imprisou tho defendant lu default of $300 baiL In Marine Court, Chambers, yesterday, beloro Jujgo McAdom, Mr. Herman sttolel, counsel for the doloudaut, made a motion to vacate tbo order of arrest against his client* or In dofuull thereof to have tho ease sot down lor an early trial. This motion was mado on an uiil. davit ol llio defendant, iu woieli it was sol forth that bo was imprisoucd und unable to procure the uiuouut ol bail roijuirod of him; that he had not commuted any assault on tho piuiut.fi; but, on tho contrary that plaintiff ussaultod him, and, in oompuny with uu oibur man, stormod his ousilu uud lorcibly carried away several coats ou which he bad bestowed $13 worth ol labor, aud on which he hud u lieu until paid in urguiug the motion counsel lor defeudatit salt! his clieut was clearly tho assauitod purty, as ho bad a head aud fuco after tho struggle so swolion and defuced as to bo bust lUustrutod by ous of thu court cuspidors, while tbo pisianII could uot show a mark, Tiio Court said that u faco such as that described was eutilled to prompt recognition of us wrongs and thoso of us owner uud uu oarly triul must bu granted. Such trial wus set uowu I or to-duy. SUIT AGAINST THOMAS J. CREAMER. In October, 1875, the National Uutohors and Drovers' Bank obtained a Judgment against lhomaa J. Creamer lor $10,321 88, upon which an executiou wua duly Issued to the Sheriff, but roturned unsatisfied. The Judgment now rouiains partly unpaid Karly in Oc tuber last an ordor wus issued by Judge Donohue directing the examination of Mr. Creamer lu supple moiitury procooibngs touching bis property, and for bidding hiin meantime amposiiig of his proporty sub ject to oxocution. In response to this ordor. us fur tlier ulicgod by Mr. Iloyt, counsel lor tho bank Mr Creamer fUlloU to appear. Ou an affidavit sotting lorltl llio above tucis Judgo Donohue justorday gruuted an order directing Mr. Creamer iu show cause why he should not be puulshed lor couteiupt of court, auon order beiug made returnubio on next Monday. RAILROAD LITIGATION. The Bluuckcr stroot, Twonty-thlrJ street, and Christopher aud Tenth street railroad companies some tirao ago begun au action against tho oily to re strain it lrom Interiortng with tho construction of tbo railroad in Fourtoenih stroot. Tba Twenty-third strost uud Christopher and Tuoth stroot railroad compunlos claimed a right to build tho road uudor a lease lrom tbo Bioocker street road. All tho lucts ol the caso have beou already reportod lu tho HxuaLD. uiciudiug the put too iniei'lerenuo and subse quent Injunction proceedings in the courts, tho mutter cuiue up for argument bo furo Judge Bruny, in Supremo Court, Chambers who yustcruuy gave a very lougtliy and exhaustive opinion In the caso on all tho questions mvolvod. He susluius the validity of tho louse and dociarcs that tho lessee oouopauies haVo a r-ghl to complete tuo road. Jto grants tbo injunction restraining llio cltv from in lerluriug with tuo completion ol tho road aud dis misses ttic injunction ontainod by tho Atloruoy u?u orul againstHuso roads. Messrs. Kiiuou ,Stern uud Josepu H. clioalo appcarod lor the Atloruoy tloneral mU- n'" cUv* llobiuson k doribjior lor the iiloeuksr stroot road, uud Mussrs. Kluuagau k Bright for tho l'wonly-third street aud CUristophor and Tenth atroct roads. r DECISIONS. SUPREME COURT?CHAMBERS, lly Jndgo Donahue. .Society for tho Keiormatiuu ol Juvenile Delinquents I vs. McUugu una others.?Motion dismissed, with costs. Hull vs. Dillon; Vuudoa Hsusel vs. Ward.?U run tod. Juiilurd vs. Times.?Uruntua by default. U.vmming vs. My muting.?No prool of uou-exialencs ol uuotbor kuit. Nordmun Vs. Coldsmitb.?Motion grantod, costs to ulnae uveut. Drown vs. Farley.??Motion dented, without costs, liv Judge llarrou. Collins vs. Muuiolpul Cuslight Compsny.?Extra allowance ol $1U0 awarded to defendant. hL'PIlEMK COURT?BPECIAL TERM, lly Judge Van Vorst. Ferris, he., vs. Uuuriqucs sua others.?Dccroo signed. BUPE1UOB COURT?SPECIAL TJtliM. Uy Judgo Bpoir. Striker vs. Bhlpuuin at uL?Judgment signed. Dillon vt .ii. vs. Reynolds, ho.?Interlocutory Judg ment signed. HUiiUk vs. SblUalc.?Doereo of divorco In Is for of plaintiff. Ariowemlth vs. O'Sullivnu.?Flndlnrs sottlod. Knsbe ot si vs. Koerhardt.?orusr for Judginont on demurrer. Uillurd et at vs. C'roshor ot si.?Order vaeatiug slay of proceedings. COMMON n.KAS -SPECIAL TERM, lly Jircge J. V. Daly. Uobrcns st si, vs. J onus.?Order grantod. By Judge Van Uneven. Power vs. Burns.? Motion lor rolereuos granted. : By Judgo 0. 1'. Daly. Adams vs. bcbauior ?Order signed. Uy J udge Van Uruuti Noel vs. NooL?Order signed. MARINE COURT?CHAMBERS. By Judge MuAdum. Van Sctinonhovon va. Davis; Todd vs. Dolevsn.? Motions grunu-d. Muines vs Nusblt.?Commission ordered. Sieiuuckor vs. l.uuo. ? Proceedings dismissed. .Huiinuu v* Ward; McDonald vs. Cruwiy; liortz vs. Roiggur; Brown vs. MeCorinick; McOuiro vs. English; Browne Vs. ilo;;un.?Judgtuaui*. Holt vs. iieuly; Lewis vs. aoloiuou.?Sureties ap proved. Morcsa vs. Morgan; MoCord vs. House; Held vs. Jacksou.? Nee ludorsuuiouts on papers Kellogg vi Bendull?Motion denied; $10 costs, to abide event. Cerri vs. Camera.?Uuferrod to Mr. W. S. Klley. Fcild vs. I.everich ?Motion lor substitution granted. Hosanzweig vs. Ooldsieln.?Motion denied, ho. Conner Vs. Brand I.?Judgment for plaiulilt. MesSur vs Kelly (two casus).?.Moltuu duuicd. SUMMAlsY OF LAW CASES. The will ot Uirsin Cranston was admitted to probate yesterday by Nurrogato Calvin. With the exception ol Nuprome Court, Chambers, which does not opcu till two P. M., no court ol the Suprumo Court will be held to-dsy, ail having ad journed to cuahlu the Judges to attvud the luuorsi of tho mother ol Judge Lawruima. Henry MucUgau, ibrough his couoscl, Hubert ?. Hudspeth, hiut coiuinenceu an action in me .Supreme Court against the New York Bleeping Car Company to recover $15U, which he alleges was stolen iroiu mm wlillc a passonger iu tho cars ol the dulonuauis. The paprrs wore served yesiurday. Mr. K. VS. Slough ion having cnneluded his srgu nienl before Judge VVal ace, in the Cuited Stale* Cir cuit Court, hi invor ol bis motion lor a new trial of the sun of the Ennna Silver Mining Company, of l.oudou, vs. l'ark and others, Mr. Critieuden yvalor day guvs his argument lu reply In opposition to the motion. In a suit for divorce brought by Harriet K, Symos against ber husband, Charles K. Hymen, Judge Doiio* hue yo-terday ordered a service of the summons by publication. The parlies were mnrnod lu this city in December, 1H7S, but the defenduut cannot be found, A similar oruor was givu'i yesterday iu a suit lor divorce brought by Oscar W. Valet against bis wllo Klizihclti Valet. 1'heao parties worn married In Chi cago hi Juno. 1 s75, wboru ilio defendant la said to bo now livlug with uer uiothor. There was continued yct-ierduy before Judge Van Brunt, holding Supreme Court, Circuit, the trial ot tb? suit brought by Black ft Spaulding against tbo Coiiiiuenl.il National Bank to recovor on a corliflnd ehoclc ol J oil n Kona, Jr., $(13,125 given to the plain tiila la payment for gold. The day urn consumed in ilio le.-innouy o( Mr. C. It. tliilcall, cnfchicr of ilio New York National Exchango Bank, and Mr. Edward l?. Butler, paying teller of the Leather Maoulaotorera' Bank. GENERAL SESSIONS?PART L Before Judge Sutherland. AN OUTUAUKOU3 ASSAULT. A young tnan nainod Tbotuaa Currun, nlnoleeu years old, baa boeh on trial for tbo past Uiroo days charged with being a party to au Indecent assault on a servant named Julia l'cnuult, an aba wan going through West Kiglitocutb ilroet on the night ot Au gust 22. His coinpantou, n uncd Thomas Ward, who whs Jointly ludii'tod with lilm, has already linen con victed lie lorn Recorder Hackclt, and was roiiianued fur sentence. Tim jury yesterday found Cur ran guilty uud Judge Sutherland sentenced him to the State Prison lor leu years at bard labor. AN OLD HAND. A veteran convict, named William Qreen, who, un der the name of John Devltu, has servod many terms in prison, was arraigned yesterday by Assistant Dis trict Attorney Bell, charged with having broken into tbo premises of llonry llnrhellz, No. 297 Dolaucoy street, and stolen untitling vatuud at $51. The pris oner uleudod guilty aud was soutuuuod to one year In the Siuto Prison. STEALING 110 P1L John Blgclow, a gold beutor, of No. 77 King street, was charged with e mating $69 worth ol rope lrum tbo barge Ivauhoe, lying tu tbo North Itirer. Ho pleaded guilty and was sentenced to one year's Imprison ment. ' A woman's revenge. Kate Wbalon was arraigned for trial by Assistant District Atloruey Bell, charged with shooting at Cor nelias McBwcouy, ot No. 84 Varick street. Frotu tho evidence adduced It appeared that tbo coiuplalnaut aud the ueoused hud hoou living together at No. 04 Oarmiue street, until Octohor 20. when, us was claimed, ho loll her. 8ho watched him on Canui street, as he wus coming lrout his pluco of bust, noss, aud rtHpiostnd him to gtvo her sumo moiiov to pay her rent. Ho docllned, Whereupon alio drew a pistol and flrod upou Dim. Tho lirst bail pit.sod through Mc-weeny's liat and ilio second struck tho ground at Ins lent. A policeman cuinu upon the scene slid took tho unfortunate womau lulu custody. The accused, whoso deportment was hot that ol a virago by any means, swore lu her own behalf that she plucod tbo pistol closo to McSwoony's head uud pur posely tired through his bat, not Intending tu harm him, but simply tu Iriguten him. The second shot she declared waul oil uecideutully. The jury acquitted the prisoner, who, alter receiving a wholesome lce turo Iroiu Judgo fiuthurlaud, leii tho Court. COURT CALENDARS?THIS DAY. Suphkms Court?(Jiiamkkuh?Hold by JadgoDono buo.?No day calendar. NuiMtK.uk Co cat?Si'KCiAL Tbrm.?Adjourned uutil Monday next. SuvuhMK Court?Gkxkkal Trril?Adjournod until Tuesday next. t-ui'KKUK Couur?Circuit?Port L?Adjourned uutil Monday noxt. I'art 2.?Short causes set down for this day will ^o heard ou Friday next No day caiondar. Purl 3.?Adjourned uutil Muuduy. Si'rsKtuii Court?Gkxkkal Tkrm?Held by Judges Curtis, Ouufurd uud Vroedmau.?Nos. 20, 33, 37, 38, 48, 8. 1. Oufkkior Court?3fkci.ii, Tkum?Hold by Judge Spier.?Nos. 52, 89. 90, 37, 39, 51, 50, 59, 03, 72, 82, 83, OL Demurrer, No. Id. SuFKRioR Court?ikial Tkum?Part 1?Hold by Judgo Sedgwick.?Nos. 114, 179, 351, 272, 701, 099, 731, 34U, 012, 287, 257, 208, 43d. 627. 3j9, 432, 217. Purls 2 and 3.?Adjourned lor tbo term. Common Plkas?4>i.xki<al Tkiim?Held by Chief Jus* tlce C. 1'. Daly and Judge Van Huesou ? Nor (case on) Ot), 8, 85 , 52, 89, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 19, 20, 34, 49, 57. 01, 03, 104, 62, 15, 48a, S3, 74, 75. Common Plkas?Equity Tkum.? Held by Judge Lar rcmore.?No day calendar. Common 1'lkas?Trial l krm?Part 1?Held bv Judgo ltobiosou.? No*. 1037, 1105, 438, 1945, 339. 920, 777, 1172, 480, 830, 001. Parts 2 and 3?Adjourned lor tbo term Maki.sk Court?Trial Tkrm?Part l?Held bv Judgo Sheridan.?Snort cuuses?Nos. 3254, 3470, 8015, 3509, 3000, 30.-3, ball, 8002, 3704, 3710, 3577, 30.Mi, 8228, 3053, 8715. Part 2?tiulu by Juuge Alkur.?Short cau.es? Nos. 8001, 3077, 3442, 3095, 3505, 3447, 3047, 30b1, 3030, 3486, 8050, 3000, 3078, 3039, 3488. Part 3 ?Held by Chief Justice Shea.?Short cause..?Nov. 3399, 3025, 8585, 3519, 3041, 8005, 3019, 2874, 3094, 3723, 1500, 3.130, 3699, 3674, 2690. Court of Uknkkal suasions?Part 1?Hold by Judgo Sutherland.?Tiiu People vs. Denis Murpny, robbery ; Same vs. l-.uguun Dangle, lolouious assault aud but tery; Satno vs. Jatues 51. Black, lelonious assault aud baltory; Suuio vs. Moses Singer, rape; Same vs John Devuun, burglary; Same vs. John Swouy, burglary; Bsmo vs. Jonu II. Mulliu, burglary; Sumo vs. William Vincent, burglary; Same vs. Sylvester McCarthy, bur glary; Same vs. Johu McDowell, Jacob ilenry, (leorgo Kons, William llaueoker, Henry G. Bliss, Darnel Samuels, Matilda Stockholl and Mury Wyvaut, bur glary; same vs. William Jasper, grand larceny; Sumo vs. Johu O'llounel and Joseph lieguiiieyor, grund lur couy; Same vs. Biauche MorreB, grund larceny; Samo vs. Caroline Apel, grand larceny; Same vs. William Ward, as.aull uud builury; Same vs. Henry l.uiiy, violaliou Kb otluu law; Same vs, John O'Brien, viola tieu Election law; Maine vs. PntriuK Lynch, lelonious assault aud battery; Sumo vs. Joseph O'tirioii, lelo nious assault uud battery; Batno vs. Kdwaril Brouuao, felonious ussaull uud battery; Sumo vs. 17 in ma French, grund larceny. Court of Oykr ami Tkkhixkr?Held by Judgo Davis.?The People vs. Carl Mcssuer, homicide; Sumo vs. Louisa WeUoi, homicide; Sumo vs. ltocco Lutllo, homioido. COUKT OF APPEALS. Aliiamy, N. Y., Nov. IS, 1S'77. In Court ol Appeal?, Thursday, November IS, 1S77:? No. 179. Dulitn va Delaware, be., Canal Company.? Argument resumed una concluded. No. OUttf. Uuderwood vs termors' Joint Stock In surance company.? Submitted lor appellant; urguod by A. 1*. Sinitli lor respondent. No. 901. Harrington va. Uoburt.son. ? Submitted. No. 202 Carpenter va Kastorn Transportation Com pany.?Argued by John C. Grey lor appellant; re spoudeut does not appear. No. 1U3. King va l.iv. rtuoro.?Argued by l.evl S. Cbailiold lor uppollant; I.owis 11. Kowuu lor reapond cut. No. 166. Uurrovvii vs. WlntiuUcr.? Argued by (J. W. Cbupmuu lor appellant; A. C. Muxes lor ruspuiiduul. No. 17o. Gould Va. To.tu ol Oin-unta?Argued by 1L H. rtturgm ior appellant; O. W. Cuupuiau far re ?pondent. Adjourned. ? DAY CALMfDAtl. The following Is ibe day calendar lor > rlday, No vember Id, J.H77:? Nua lutl, US, lot, 211, 213, 214, 21(1 and 213. A SHOICT HONEYMOON. O Ilk AT IXPiCTATlUN ON BOTH BlUiffi AND NO BLTtfllNB \VH ATiuVKU. ! Lust Monday a well dressed, modost-lookiug lady | applied to Judge Hlxby lor u wurruut for tue arrest of I bur husband, KliJabB. ilouso^ou a cburgo ot ubuudon inent. Sho blulutl llial alio bad bcou marriod to blui uu tho 'J3d ol October last aud Ibal bo bad loll bur without any ntounx ol support ou tlio l?t o! Novem ber. lhe warrant wax granted and placed In tbo bauds ol Officer Mc.Sslly, of the Court tquad. Yeslor day morning llmt officer brought luto court a stvlUb, durlt couiplexloned tuau wboiu bo had arreatcd the night pluvious iu tbo house of Miss Kisuta Scott, No. ISO Tboiupsou street, and who provod to bo tha dulicqeul husband Kiijub. Mrs. liousu was in court awaiting his appouiuuco, aud the case wax nn inediately gone luto. She lestiUed that sho had bouu acquainted with tlio priiouer shout lour years and was luduced to niurry bim on the 'J3d o: October last, ho rcprcxoutliig ih.u he wus abundantly ablo to sup port licr; be took ber to llto Now York ilotul, where be engaged a xuilo ol rooms, and remained with ber Juat eight days; on the morning of the 1st ol Novem ber be lolt bur, saying bo was uoiug sway to raise lumo money and would be buck as soon as possiblo; be did uol roiuru that day nor ibe next, und she beard nothing trum him till ihu olli of November, wheu sbu received u letter telling her to go back to her pnoplu, as he bad no money und could gel uoue; she then dis covered Ib.tl she wus abandoned, aud at out o hu t him shadowed by u private detective, who trueud him to the house ol Miss Kirnuu Scott, with whom he was living under the name ol Mr. .Scott; all llie money she received troni her Husband Iroui the time ot her mar riage. sho averred, wuh titty cents. TttK uusnaxti'x riatxukxt. Mr. House, iu his owu beliail, stated that he wus Induced to uiurry har'shc 'giving linn lo undurstaud that sho was worth a grout deal ol money in bur owu r.ghl, but ibul alter llioir uiurriugo sbo told luiu that Shu was deeply in debt and lookud tu hiui lo sulilu her obligations, He could not possibly do it as he hud lost his position and wus entirely without tho necessary moults lo pay his own. IIor temper be came very uubc.tt u alter this explanation, and he leu, promts ug lo i uirii wnon hu gut uuotber posi tion mid wus uulo to clear liluisull aim bur. Ou cross examination he adiiiillod that lie hud been acquainted with Miss 8ootl about six months und that shu called hi III Mr. Scott, although ho askuil her not to do so. lie alsu admitted that he bought hur a pair of gaiters on the corner ol Hlcuckur aud Cnrtnitio streets shortly alter ho made her acquaintance, aud that bo sunt to board at her house afu-r he toil lilt wife. Judge llixhy tlnully concluded to discharge him, telling his wife thai sho could have htm rearrested whenever sbo was able lo prove he wax earning any mousy. Housu, it is said, Is a member of a highly ro S|Hictable lunniy in troy, aud wsast one time 0011 lieeted with tho Ortn ol i.liarlos .Strong Ai Co., No. 7d 1> run kiln strcut. Mrs. House, whose maiden namo wus .Scott, belongs ill tho upper part of tho Stale, and Is said lo be the mccu ol a Justice ol tbo bupicuio Court, WHO STItUCK IIUNCK? A PBOBLEU THAT JUhTICK COULD NOT SOLVE? SOME PKE'lTY TALL b WEARING! AND A VBE COCIOUH WITNESS. The Court ol Special Sessions was uot a little troubled yesterday. For two hours tho stream ol Justice per vei soly insisted on deviating from Its usually senile course. Xl dallied tempestuously against the banks oo either side and vigorously sought to form naw aud unhoard ol oourses. Tho cause of the unusual agita tion was a case of assault and battery in which Her mann Huuck was the complainant and John Knohloch tho defendant. Who struck Hunckf was the problem prcanniod for solution. Ilunck swore by ail that was holy that Kuoblocb was tho assailant, while Knobloi h pledged his outh, bis property and his sacred honor that ne wu n't. Vari ous witnesses were called and they wore ranged In two distinct classes?"liuuckitos" aud "Knoblochile*." It was evident that much HI feeling prevailed between tho two factious. Tho evidonco showed that tho nUlit originally sprang irom an uucouuior bctwoou the eldest song of tho respective principal*. Knobloch, Jr., was being soundly pummelled by Uuuck, Jr., on 156th street, when Knobloch, Sr., went to the rescue. This was the signal lor Uuuck, Sr., who was not will ing to sou Ills ttrsl born luado tho victim of superior loicc. Up to tins point all was hurmony tu the testi mony, but niter this a vague uu l unsiy aloud ol doubt bung over the proceedings. (July one thing wus clour. This wus that Huuck, Sr., wiu struck a powerlul blow on tho bead by a bain suck la tho bunds ol? Uuuck aud bis Iriuiid* swear?Kuoblocb; Knobloch aud his friends swear no. vaiuktt or TksriuosY. Joseph Wilhulin was the tlrst witness called. Mr. Wiiholtu was uot more than tun years old, but be was cuusidurubie ol a iuuu notwithstanding. Leaning buck in the witness chair no cased llerceiy ut Kuobloch, but composedly answered all questions, uot lurget liug, howevor, to uugo each with something deroga tive to Kuoblucn. The wituoas was sure tuut kno bloch -truck the blow. "Didn't 1 sou hltu with iug own evekf" bo convincingly asked. "Is there uuy leeliug betweeu you and and Mr. Knobloch f" inquired the Uuloiiuant's counsel. Under ordinary circuinsiuucos tho question would buve been very hiiiuuruus. 1' vuds betweeu boys ol teu aud man of liny ure rarely made a inullor of evi dence in courts ul law, but everybody in tho court room lull that the question was uot only proper but highly pertinent, slid so the Court ruled. ??Well," said tuo youtnlul witness, tuklng Ins ayes oil the prisoner Kuublorh and casting mem mod llulively at u huge pillar near the window, "1 suppose 1 inu-l admit that there Is a lllllo teeliug betweeu Kuobloch and mysell." Thou, alter u pause, "It's a tu in 11 y mttllur, Your Honor, and 1 dou'l care to tell It ulU " Tho Court considerately excused the witness and another look lbs siaud. lie also wus a siroug ad. bureut ol Uuuck. lie saw the bale slick, witnessed tne blow, Iduiiiiiled Kuonloeu as tho assailant und bo neid tho blood on llunck'a loreliead. Alter tho evidonce ol some others a llr. Hansom look the stand. While a scraggy and tlauiiug red goalee, coupled with long cheeks, hardly JusliQod the name, Mr. Uuusoiu proved nevertheless a good witness. He was a decided "Kuoolochile." Ho was pruseul throughout the trucas uiul know absolutely that Kuobloch did uot strike Inu blow. A Mrs. Ild dolph cloriohod the lunl lor Kuohlocli by swauring that Huuek bud used some veiy wicked lauguaga toward blui "What did bo tuy V" asked tho Court. I lie wltusss looked very solemii us she answered:? "lie ran all around, cryiug, 'Vere vos dot Kuobiocti, dill 1 scalp him r' " To curry out liia throat the witness explained thai he brandished in tho uir tne picket ui a luuco, but as to how tie could utilize such au imple ment tor scalping purposes sbe did uot muko clour. The Court pondered over the cu?e long una car neelly. the witnesses were equally divided. Tho tes timony ol one side oveuly b iluiiccd that of the othor. No uross-exiiiiiiualiou hud shaken any of the wit nesses. The Court was perplexed. All its skill ut "drawing out," in making clear the obscure, in uuruv oiling the mystery, had bocu in vain. And so In do spalr it wus docided tbul Kuobloch was not guilty. CIGAli Si'iUKEllS' NOTES. Tho rogular dally meeting of tho Central Organi zation of tho cigurmakors on strike was hold yesterday afternoon at headquarters, Concordia As semhly ltoouis, Tro.ldeut Strassor In tho chair. Cou trtbalious amounting tu about S0OU wero auuouncod. Tlio conductors and drivers of the Socoud aud Third avouuo ruilruuds were suid to buvo promised to give one day's wuges, while workmen on the Union 1'ncillc lUilroad at umulis prumiaad by telegraph to stud money. Fourteen lumllies were dispossessed, viz :?Tyvola, six; Levy Uroiliere, lour; bulaucu irom othor places. Tliey were nil luruistieil with aoaouiuiodslious bv the Central Organi/aiiiou. Oilers ol rooms, rout Iroo until tbo oocupaiits are ublo to pay, were received Irom vurious landlords. l lie Strikers allege that partias are eudouvoring to excite tbeiu tu turbdleucu by making urresui upon fi ivoious pretexts. Sunou Prettier* aro said to ho willing to give union prices. Kershaw A Ctt's meu desire to return to work, but itio terms do not suit the ceuiral body. A picket wus arrested in iront ol Jucoby's shop and ruleanod under f I.huh bull. W'nliuiu Jubudu, who was arroslod lor annoying girls employed in Kerbs k spies' laclory while on tliuir way bourn, was released under $iiuO bull. A dolegiuu staled that be had bueu Invited tu allcnd a uoulerunce ol bosses and said that he bu.iuvud many ol lliem would soou yield. H wiis decided uot to send u delegation to the bosses. The blrikers appear to think thul ihu busses should Qrst come to ihuiu. In the Kssex Market court room yesterday Mr. Cus toms /oiuierowsky, a oigarinuker ut No 86 Knlgo street, charged Weiizul Wuverka and Joseph llclia Willi having lorcibly entered his room Wednesday morning, and alter insulting himsoll and Ins wile, threatened lnslilu II lie did not Join the strikers. Mr. Z.uiiorowsky said:?"Your Honor, 1 am alrald to go out in the street on account ol ttiesa linkers. 1 uiii ill coustanl leur of my lilo, and 1 want kotnu pro tection." v Judge (Jttcrbuurg suld to the prisoner Wuverka:? "Ilit- Is un outrugeous shamo. 1 urn hearing coin plaints every day against you people, who seem deter mined to hluughier every ono who cittern with you In regard to tho 'fusibility ol joining tills strike. It you don't waul to work, all right; that Is your busino-s; but you huva no right to pre\em uiliors Irom work lug 1 will hold you ill $1,IMIU bail to keep tbo peace lor six months, to stand committed lor two months, and il you uro brought boloro mo aguiu 1 will commit you lor trial." 1CEAL ESTATE. Iho following pulos took place oa tbo Kxchungo yuaicrduy ;? BV K. II. LUPLOW BMP CO. Supreme Court forooloaure eale?Johu Hieall, ref i.it-#?of tlio time atory brown atoue frnut dwell ing. With lot 2>xdS 11, No. 23 Knit 37lli el.. n. 1, 150 11. ?. ui Mndianii av., to pi Bin lift ????.. .. .$112,500 IIV 1IOWUIIP >V. COAIKS Supreme Court foroelouure ealu--Ccorge T. Curtla, rule>ue?of tin- llircj etcry tj11ck ilwullluir lnm?o. with lot ls.iix|00..'>. No. 1117 Welt *515 et., n. 22.> it. w. ul 11th wv., tu piainuJT 3,000 IIV It IC11A HP V. IIAK.XKTT. Supreme Court torocluaare ??le?Clam Uruoka, rof t-ree?ol tlie two etory Irume houie, wllli two lot#, o.rn J.'iXimJ. Son. 333 unil 827 fc.uat 83d ?1., U. 275 It. e. iifllit uv.. to pliillitlfl 4,000 Supreme Court lureeloeuro inlo?Ethan Alien, rof crou-ot the lour atuv brick atciru uini dwelling, uuli lot Id3s<!l. Ao -5 ?v >. w. #., 1 ..0 II ?. or 2d >t.; ulao tUu live ?tory brick etoro ulid dwelUnit, mid olio utorv brick atitble, villi lei Hit IxlUO, No. to* let ?v., o. #., 00 J it. u. ol inn #t., to iienry Sllvurborii 211,175 lotul e?te? lor thn tiny ili.1.275 TUAXirit lb#. 57lli it , n #., 515 ft. e. ol Otli uv., 20x100.5: K. W. l'reuiiiuu #ml liuabxnd to W. M. l'rice Mom. tilli nv., w - . 7ft It. a. ol 4'Ull el., 25x100; ul.o tith uv.,0. * , U0.5 ft li. ol 45111 ?t., 2'lxtiO; u|mi Olll i?v,, e. ... H 2 It. >. ol 4ritli ?t., 15.0x75; Joaoplr lirul toll uini wile to Uurley $50,000 57tli it.. ?. ? , UO.I It. w. of Utli uv., 25x100.3; K. 1'ur e ll unil win Pi ll. 0. Bialmp 81.000 21 .t at., s. a,. |ss .4 II. w. ol 7lb uv , 22.4x103.4; E. \v. ii >1 end and hiubund to J. CI. Human 6,000 Delaucoy at.. V a., 25 It w ol l.ewla at., 25x7ft; A. Butler and bttebitud to B- dtixburg 1H,000 57tll at,, a. a. 27ft ft. w. of lull ?v? 25x100.$] M. Hreriiiun a ml wife to \V. A. t.'uiilitwell 31.000 57ll, at . n a., 27ft It. w. of Otli uv , I'VlxlOO.ft ; \V. A Cuuldwull tan <1 wile to M. lire mi.in. Uil.OOO 2lllli at.. > ?? ,21*' U w. of OtU uv.. 2ftx'JM.'.?; C. M. Clarke to Klorii 0. Clurkn 4.000 6.">t!i at . a a ., 200 It. o. ol Mutliaon nv.. 20x100.5; J. Jeuiiluul uml wile to Mary Oppelilleim 22,(*A> 57tli -I . n. ? .21.) It r. ol Dili nv., 20x100.5; 11. hob ley uml wile to It. W. Freeman 1,000 Clint' ii at . w. x. 100 It. li o! itroomo at., 25x100; a;. M'.'bnclior and bu?bun>l to II. Sclirelbtir Nnnx Lexington uv., t). o. corner ol tl uli at.. 7A\H:l, fx lr rgpU uv. M. Wallace lo .Uurgurul Jutlit" 6,600 6>>tlt at. < x. 14U fl. o. of Mmltaon uv.. kUxl'XAftt Emily Chaae uml buabuud to II. I'npuviiboiiner..., 22,125 Clien t*#!.. II. a. (lot .No. 505). 25x102; II. nclinelder uini wild to A. setineider 2,000 86th at., ii. a.. 325 It w. ol Uth *v , 25x06.0; II. lllek elll'HIpt ralltl llllabUlltl to A. lilt- wi t t S OI1X. 57.Ii at, II. a. ft.iil It. \v. ol Sill uv., 25x98.0; A. Illuwlit and wife to 11. Hlckelh ibpt Num. 4Utli at., n. ?... 2'C It. w. of 3d uv., IS.ilxlOJ.3; M. t nrroll to John V. Curroll 2,000 37th at., II, a , 78 ft w. ol lit uv.. 42 4x3l.ll, E. in*. in. atoii ?hd liuabmid to John Downey 37,500 Orchuro at . ?. ?., 25xs7.tl; li. Schneider and wife tu A. Sell nobler. 13.250 Cherry at., n. a.. 26 2 It. o. of linlcera at., 62x66.2; 8. M. Moruhouie (rolorue) to C. tl. Moller 5 fx*) 72d el., Knat, .V.I. 2'iW; It. M. Iienry (ruletee) to Bridget Murphy. 0.900 lat ii v.. W. a., 7' It. a. of 83d at 2.5x1 ?). A. Y. Kerehlca (referee) to Curuiuiiiu Idle Inaurniica 4,800 1211th at., a. x. 2.11.6 It. tv. ol 3d nv.. 10.) xdo 11; L. J iliiint (leloreo) to llellef Fire luautuuee Com pany 4,000 411. UV., w, ?., Ihl.i It. a. ol 26th at.. 78x76; itlao .North Monro at., .No. 88; ulao 4'lth at., a. a., 35<i It. e of lltli uv., 2'?* I ?r5t nlao Uruenwleli ?t., Noa. 466, i-UI1,'. ulao 8111I1 at , n. a. 125 It e of 2d a?., 2*5x100; D.J. 11. Willcox to C. h. Blawu. Nom. MDltinxura. Kllpntrlck, Kdwnrd end wile, to K. J. King, n a. corner ol Ma.3a .ii av and 7ftlli at ; I yeur 5.(?*? M inn, Jolin, to *1. J. JMuiin, ll. a. of I .Villi at., a. of 1 Itli uv. . 5 yenra ?,.o*) Child), V anil liuabitnd. to I . Much; I your 1)1,500 Amend, If. and wile, to Kmlgrunt linluatilitl Sae Iiica Bunk. a. a. ol itli at , o ol nv. A; 1 venr 1O.0O0 Ulewltt. Aided, to II. IfIckSlhoupt. II. a. ol U'.tll at., w. ol Dili uv ; 2 youra 3,2.50 Egbert, ileorje W. unit wile, to J. A. Awaetilinann, a a of 27th at., e. of 2d av.; 5 youra ... .. . .... 2,U)0 Oburle, I, mill wile, to A. H. Underbill, n. a. of 3d at., e. ul a*. II, dyeura 2,500 Kirhier, Uniia, to J C. hkidinoro, a. a. of 11 Villi at, w. of lal av., :fyoura, U.oliO Ktruuaa, A. and wife, to M. Dix, o. a of l.owia at., ?. ol llouaton at. , 6)uura BOO OUR COMPLAINT BOOK. fNor*?Lottcrs intended lor this column must bo aceompiuiiod by iho writer's lull name uud address to Insure attention. Complainants wbo are unwilling to comply with ibis rulo simply waste time in wrltlOj. Write only ou one aide of the paper.?Ku. IIkualo J WOHHB THAN HAltLLM FLATS. To TUB Koitok Of TUB HlUtll Whore are tne sanitary inspectors and health ollleorsf More peatilcnce la created in the fllthy cara oI the Ninth Avenue Company thun In ibo Harlem tlate. Car No. 3 wag particularly bad Wedneaday. tf. WIIF.KE AXE TUli STUUKT CLEANUPS? To iUK Kpitoii or tuk IIki.ilii:? 1'louse call ibo uttoution o( the police to an Immense accumulation or old straw, unhes, Ac., In iront ol Nov. 204 aM -Oft East Twenty .sixth street, the odor irotu which is very offensive. The stuil bus been there tor at loual two weeks. tiOU TCKN ON THE LIGHTS. To TUB F.1UTOU Of TUB lil.UAPli:? Allow me to suggest tout the investigation now being couuuctod at tno Clairiuont Hank bo made pub* lie. No ealtalaouou oau bo bad at the bunk. They are u act of "know nothings." They dou't know whether there will bo any dividend, uud tbey dou't know wheu thov can toll. Many ol ibo poor, swin dled depositor* aro suffering, and would like to nave at leaal a word ol encouragement. A DEl'OilTOIL OBSTKL'CITONB IN VK8KY STHEET. To tub Euirott of tub Usualo:? Soveral complaints Uuve becu mado to the Superin tendent of Kucuiubrauccs respecting Iho oh.-drucitous In Vusey street, running Iroui Greenwich to Cliurcu street. The obstruction consists of ibo various stall < which Hue the curbstones of suid struct, where poultry and vurious Olbcr urliclos are retailed by veudoru, who pay uo reut and uro tnus enabled to ruiu tuo business of those wbo huve to puy rem ol stores. TAX* AY KB. TUB RKCUB1TX HAVINGS BANK. To tub Euitou or tuu Hiikalu:? When the Security Savings Hunk (ailed, Mr. Mar ahull, then president, proposed Mr. Uauks, who only two mouths previous bad lott ibo poaitiou ol cashier of the conueru, as receiver, giving the depositors to understand that be us u lrieudly roualvcr would bn able to wind up tbo affairs oi the bank withlu three or lour monllis, bogging them at tbu same time not to maku opposition in this appointment for their own mini est. It is exactly two years since ibis took place, una the affaire aro uot yet settled. DEl'USllUR. WHAT DOES IT 1TBAN? To tuk Kuitob ov tuk Ukbald:? I was obligod recently to leave by an early train lor Chicago, and accordingly whon buying my ticket ol tbo t'ounsylvanla Railroad Company paid baggago transfer ulso, Ufty cunts. When the expressman called lor it (lata In tbo altcruoou, precluding tne pos sibility of again calling at tbo otlice) bo demanded the Lily cuuls again, showing the compuuy's memoran dum Willi the word "oolleot" added to it. It would no interesting to know it the company's clerks, know ing that 1 coula uot again call at the office, used this means ol addlug a Utile revenue to tiioir own pock* tils. TRAVELLER. THE DANBUliY AND NOUWALJS RAILROAD. To tub Kpitor ov rim Hrkalii:? Id your issue of ilio Utli lost. 1 have noticed what purports io bo a reply by ??Travollor" to a communi cation of mine, In which 1 dtroctod the attention ol tho readers of thu Ukralo (and possibly also mat ol tbo company tbuuisolves) to aotuo ol' tho ubusos that existed and still exist in tho management ot tho Dun bury and Norwulk Railroad. In tho brief communi cation 1 soul you on tbo Oiti 1 think 1 only poiutud to ouo abuse, that was the omission ol the compuuy to heal thoir cars during tho cold weather thou prevail ing. 1 purpose now to point out several other abuses, lleioro doing so, howovor, allow uio to uotice a single paragraph, which aoulalns the substance ol ??Travel ler's" vindication ol tho Duubury and Norwalk Rail road Company. JIo says, "1 am a constant patron of tbo Daubury and Norwalk Railroad, aud, during tbo past year, 1 have noticed with grutillcatiou many Improvements la tho management of tho road, aud 1 was greatly surprised to soe tho complaint, bcuauso it seems tu me to bo unwarrant ed." I should have suli^ that ho heads his srticlo "The Other Side ol tho Medal." Wall, 1 will separata tbo paragraph quoted Into the tour (uotenoes of which it is composed, und. In considering such, shall look ut "tho other side" of "I'ravullcr's" "medal." This.no doubt, la corroci, and if the road is a patron of his, thou tho palrouage Is mutual, for putronago may he cxlcndod in Vurtous ways, especially tho patrouago ol a railroad company. 1 wui not suy thin it moans tree riders over tho road, uor that it means u sinecure, Dor that It means, by a tlguru ol speech, a stock holder, director, superintendent or president. 1 would noi s.iy that tho "other sldo" of ??Traveller's" mo iul would show any olliciul position here stated, but I do say that his use ol thu word "modal" is most hU'UiIIoiih. Ho goos on to say tbut dur ing the past year no has liollcad with gratification many improvements. It follows, from tins admission, mat, in "Traveller's" own opinion, many improvements wore to ho made, and "within the your," that there wero pro-oxlsliug grounds of complaint, that ho blinsoll ? -noticed tbo Improve menu with gratification," und vol ho was "greatly surprised," ua ho aays, to see the complaint. 1 wou tier 11, in hie relation us puirou ol tins road, it is witliin tho possibilities ol thu company, by any torm of management or any kind or species ol ubuso, to surprise '? I'ravclloi 7 " Ho evidently must have con aimed the woid ??passenger" to mean "stockholder." ??fiewller" continues, "it (the complaint) socms to mo to be unwarranted." 1 rigid to be compelled to Uilti-r ku absolutely with "l'ruvulior," nud will lulurm | linn Ibal it not only is warranted, but thai it is a duty Incumbent ou every tiiiiu und woman who travels oil a luiMiianagod road to exposo its abuses aud complaia of Ihcui, ao that tbey may lie removed and travel rendered sale, convciiioul and com tor table. 1 will now uivoko tbo aid ol "Traveller" hlinsell, wittioul, I hope, exciting bis "special wonder," to rcuioiro n lew muru exikliug ugly ubu?os, and I will usk him, ll ho will permit iny request, io go iu person and us "patron ' to Mr. Sunilorlli und tell bun lo have thu curs iu thu depot in Ddohury every moriilug ul least ten minutes bcluro starling lime, s > that pussongers will not be compelled to endure the iiicouveiiivuco and taiigue ot siuudiug 011 llie pliilfoiui wuitnig iliuir arrival. And let me lorlhor usk "Traveller" (I hope without "surprising" mm) to whisper another ubti.se into tho unxious ear ol inu vigilant Mr. Snin lorili. who is coustunily on tbo alert to rrutcdy abuses and lender travel ou hia road "couvcnicut and Comlortuble." It is 10 aw cop out llie cars and nsvo tho (111 b and dirt removed be lore the passongcrs enter and tako their seals, for "I rave Her" origin lo know ti ul tho operation ol sweep ing out tbo curs w lieu tlicy liavu lull the depot and are In uiutloli >s exceedingly ollelisivo to passeugers. The duty ul dusting oil lbs seals devolves 011 Ilio passeu gers and ovury occupant of a sunt is compelled to brusb II oil with his handkerchief or sninu part ol hiuciotli iiiji. this rule Is not in the regulations, but It is pruc tico. Mill uuolber anuae?whenever II rums ilio cushions are drenched und rendered very uncomforta ble; and, dually, Ilio superintendent ought to bo ad vised ihut if some ol tin. curs leave tho depot healed und some unliestud, tlicro ought lo bo a sign iillacbed in a conspicuous pluco 011 each cur with the words "This car honied;" "Tins car not hculed." luidy pitasoiigcrs would appreciate ovou such u plan, il adopted, lor their comiorl; but tbuy ruiusn emphati cally to rldo with the "smoker. " A PArCHHNt. p.K. WASTKIi TO I'l IIICHAdK. riio wTTiiilfKita.?vvan'tixii to pup ii tr?K."oxis 1 large and one small P'ratim >nd a good sited Uolloiu. Ad Oio.k WKHilir.lt. He rale M: ? u'ai.l show cases, si it 1111.1. Toit itiUvKfi VT ware wauVud. Address W'Al.i. CAsK, boa 1 >Jif Herald odlau. \|7 ANTKD TO PURCHASE-Al'l'l.h I OX'S P.NCYi Lo. VV pedis mo w edition! sod Kins lit'. Mm liauleal Hloiiou ary. Address HOOKS, Hernia Uptown olhco. ' VI \ K A H I'S. 1 'A dV oft uT.mIskW.n To k i .v i m . i in wiiter color* or Ink- A?iiir*M I'llOi'OliRAl'liLK, Herald etflne. PI HJlITllKK. T'W'M. J77 CANAL ST. ?KL'HM 11'UK i\ removal; halloing I" be torn down; lb? Urge stock of Parlor. Library and Chamber P'nriilluru to bu told at ? ureal reduction In pilee belore muting: all ul ilia above uiade tu the meat subsliUitUI uianuer and warranted. VV VI. II. LKK. 1777 Canal .V A ?TIIK KNTIRE II01' SKI IO L D PLK.MTl . i:L. A I.M> ^Xsfftaluw iy and rnickeriiig I'laiioluriv, Paliitlaui, brumes, Silver, Clnna. Par puis, Ac , tu bn sold st i.uhiie auction ihls (rrcisn morning. Novenihar In, at IO o'clock, si private residence, 47 West Itllh ?t., between ,%th and Mb eve. I/CitM Tb'Kh, L'AKP . TH. MlltKOltS, PIANOS. I'aH. I lor salts, lledroom Set*. Iludelt, Wardrobe*, Lonngse Cnairs, Ae . at private sale st nudum piles* .I'd i-.sst llitu *t^ l.MVIKXsh Kit IV COT I ON I.N P It 10 Or' KU it N I II KK, Xc.in.eu. Ac., lor cash or easy payments POWPKIl lllWAll's, I.'?.*> suit 1.17 Chatham ?l Send lot Illustrated price Hill weekly or nioiilbly nayiueuSs Urivi.HLY AMI VIiin 1IIt.V I'AV MK.VTi T.V KK.V KOR ' Piirniiuru, Carpets and Iteddliu at IIaI'MavN hltoTIIP.ua'. Hudson .1 , corner Ilio.one; ureal reduction In pii?sr?; largest assortment and easiest terms. IIAUUIilO NANTKhlk /'RATKH AMI KKNOEIIS ?TH r. l.AKOPM kt.Ni v 1 in- Hirers ol .-w and nail low down grates, with dumping aiiaclimenls. We ? until call especial st leu Hon to our open tire plates lor burning wood, a en brass Andlious, Keuders, i ll?irons Slid I jwl Hods nf null pin designs. Basket 111 ales ami .Swinaing Urates on eraaes ut slegsul patterns, whole sale alio retail send tur eatalogilu arid prica list. J. n. CoNoVfcll A Co., .?W Canal at.. Now York. Alt It LP. AMI MAIOIlsKlZKII MANrKLH; ALSO Monuments, Ileadstniius, floor Tiling. Plumbers' and I tirmture slabs, at irrually r.-du.od pi ires. lurmiig lur ? lie Hade, A. KLAUUH, IJl and id'J Last IHtu ?l>, uoer I Jdar. CIT ? h i: \ i, MVAfB iron #!!? < <? ri I l it I. 4 -4HTH sr. ni:ai: >ru w. -i?k*ikjiiilk kui.c mV.mm- l"Ur itorf liljS nt.? >p bruwn Htwnu lJw<'.ltn;f i?r Ml. luvf . 1'iuTtcuiiirs tl rttil .'?th n... 4 I'iho, of ftl i'?l I7?li .t V. K. M'KVKaMIN. Jr. A? ffcif I1TH ST. KV Kl c 111 M<) HII OOf>> ? ?rlM Imw Kolilatet, K> r. ?twill*'. Int. TiiilKti ?iil'i. In rrnr , ImutUiitu* Uiiuutf rmnn hihI libr.rr n\t?n?tott. V. K KiEliXSO.<, Ji., , I'Ue, U3 h??i 17lh ?i. uuiiOOl ftlli ?? \M All Nil- U KNTLV PI RXIHUKIi ril"ll AV. OOtt hit Ktiiilinct, nrt tu? crowII >; M .rr-iy liill. ? 1 11rMlD. 1'ni'tu u.art Mini |>.riuiu til mil 'itta av. 1 I'luo .iuJ 33 but 17tU M.. trum V. K. JilKV KNmjS, Jr. CVffTui' bliTs-. hXl AVATKD. I'Alil V WALLS. MKW* /er?. Ait., oo buxln^tou ??., bum (StMb ?l. ln.|ulie In ?tor? ou uorb?r XpfTiTT" HAbK-A Ci'lKAl* IKH SK." TlfttKK HTOKV 1 lllilll aliiliu bfliwll Hli'lli'. JI \ ?< )\ 11 M I, Imiwiuii titli U?. uni llrouii m ay. 4! li.t 111. I I fur w uni < i TIM I'M IX a fRP.'l. l.'ilii llrniwlMMjr, near 44 th Mi T UK EVENING TKLKUItAM. AliVhlif 1>1N<; 21K J \ LINK. 1*1 KOULATIon &0,fj0 i. aud cosiest Iioumj* lu Brooklyn. 1TO St. Jam x place, ar G?it i hv. s three story frame; 12.8x12x01); oighl Kimt tIA-II WANTMV-I'Ul li HTOItV TENEMENT. EA81 /Kith si., worth tor $:?. Oi; uwu?ir determined lu sacrifice. Ml .NZKSIlhi MKK. !??> Kaat 77th. L^Oli SALK ONh OF III K ISK- i' foit.NMUi UN UU I? hv. ; four story brick ; -'1x77: w ill be sold low. Apply to II. OKKKHMaN, No. 1"- Wail hi., office of Hudson Liver Sugar lu liner v. B^OU SALE -1.ULAI BAKU AiN *, TIIK VI "(JST CoM~ plcto House lu till* oily, lu julio ut 11 East bSth *u MUi'vllmimHii. ABKDUCTION IN Ol'li FU1CKS ?FIRST CLASH House* hi figure* that duly competition; cabinet flu tali, mirrors, wainscoting. Ac Scud for pamphlet containing diagrams and reduced price* to tin* owners, A ( KOSSMAN, Architects, 0.1 East llal st. Two House* to lit A PL0T OF LOW Foil SALK. WITH A LOAN, TO rchpunaibla builder Address L.. box 121 Herald Up* town Branch officio. gl'UBUUUAN HOMES IN THE* CITY OF NKW YOUK. Cuttueoa now roauy for (Krcuiiatlou and for 'aalo on pity nofuta ul f a luunth ; pamotilttU Uchcrlbiutfooar auburbao quai tor mailed to uti.) uddioaa. "FaNU'IL 11. KENDALL, l'rehideiil and TroaMirer. 111 UroAdwfliy,rooiu UO^ UllOOKLVN PUOPKKT V FOU NALH Oil TO LET. BToU saLK?ONK <??? TIIK MOST C(?MFoli?ARL3 i near room*; all improvement*; elegant loealloii; oxcellunl order; tilieeii miuuie* oi . err lea; price very ebaai?, even sur tbeao iiuiea; term* to :.uit; open Iroiu ha. M. lo 5 1*. M. Owiivr, Il?> Irving place, lirooklyu. ipoil SALK?ON TilK HILL, iiliUOICLYN, T1IKKK I vtory brown aloue llouao*, all improvement*, new, term* easy. Apply to F. S. DtllSCOLL, 22 1'arX place. New Vork. rnd LLT-IM I KK NO. J7 ? CiTkUMO^ AV., at A X reduced rent; the liutiae I* a three aiory baautuoul brown ?tone, Willi ail iiuproveiuuuta. Inquire of VS. W. M'h PIIKNHON, 247 H road way, rouirt 22, New York, or in the cveninu' at 2US Clermont av.. H-o.iklvu. PUUPKUTY OUT OF TIIK CITY FOU SALK OR TO UK.VT. A COrihV COITaUL, AT $12 Full MON111,i 1*AUTLY furnlabed; c<4rpeta. atuvu, Ac. ; Manbaahet Way, L l.| one hour Irom Thirty-tounti alreet Icrry, via F and North Sid* llallroad. fraiu* out. H:i ? and 1U;4:? A. VI, Fare, 1<*> ridea, li>c. Apply to J. F. Tit A V hits, pi Itcok inuu at. ~KOK SALK?SKVKBAL SMALL FARMS. ASL ?joining; clioice truitx K. C. 4-AKTKK, Denton, Md (Vil'.N T K Y HOME* ALONG N?.SV UAVhN ll\iL J to* ?l- Sale, rent or exchange . ahnre fr?iiit?; oar^aina. A lWATKlC ^ OitlFFIN, N?1 Ka*t 2dd. LNAllM FOB SALE?SMALL TpVSN. ib MILKS KltoM r New York, lu New Juntov, containing 11 ? acres, with largo bouae ; wat-r on three Hours and outoulldin.'* corre auouding. cor further paiticulara address J. M. FltOST, liediuiuater, N. J. Lv) it 8ALK?A FARM OP ABOUT *?o at ftKS* r meadow, upland aud woudii. aituaied on the Krfe Hail road, 2H mile* troui New York. In the lluiiiapo Valley. The Untnapu Kiver tuna through the nruperty ; neenory unaur* pasaed; location healthy: large brick man*iou iu thorough order, fbrnUhod; gas. not and cold water throughout; flue atahle mid carriage hoime. dwelling* for larmcr and coach* man and numerous outbuilding!; farm lurninhed wiiU horaoi, cows. Ac., carriages and agricultural imidcment*i a good *lock of hay. straw, oaU, Ac. I'ermita ontaiiicd. Apply by letter to LLSF1NASSL x FIHKDMAN, ,Nu. U Hue at.. N. V. iJlOE SALK CUKAP?IN NLV\ JKft0KY? A OOOD r Farm ot WO acres, Huildings, Stuck and Crops; price, ^1, MM). Apply to owner, U. It. Si UK, 294)| Canal ?t. fPO KB NT AT KNTKKlMLlSh, ILA. A NKW HOUSfti X containing D ruoius. situated on Lake Mutirne, iieor the brock llou?e bcuutllul aud healthy location. Addrcse box 5D3. St am lord. Conn. Yl IUUMA FAit.MS 1 (Vlt hA*LK. ? F4)it ~i:l liCCLAU address W. F. W INFILLD A CO., |Wollingbrook Hotel, Petersburg, Va. ill II I ?BABOAIN ; FINK TKN FMKNT llOL SK^ V?^?"UW,!V rooms besides store; tic rtegt order; lul .Vlxl'K) feel; near depot; hiiaabethnoit. N. J. KKLLOCG, 1 Bruidway. HEAL ESTATE TO K ACIIANOK. Alllh I'lM'.sT gU&X5fttt F.VUM I s W tiS fl ? 11 h.S* ? tar county, fully stocked and furnUhed, free and clear, to exchange tor improved city Properly. If. L. I'J ALUN, lul W road way. A~~TURMK ATORY acioK ITOOP BftOWN BTON B llousa, Klliott place, Brooklyn, tented, free aud cloar, lu exchange for New York Store or Teiieiuoui Property. T. OL1VK1C ('AltTfcK. llii Naasau, room 11. TVxUllAMiK-A AlOST UKSUtABLK PLOT oFl'Sl* X^icuiiibured Lots, froiiting I'roapcct Park I or city ol Brooklyn Froporty. S. I?. VlAtTK.'.Mi hint Mth. ffio KX( 11 A > < i K Full ;i.M Mi Ni 1* HO FKItTY?LOTi X tree aud clear. Address JOHN STALiiLNKU. d7 Ur cbur i at. W1NTBO?A rklSB AND CLKAB OOl/NTItY PLACC near city and deoot. New Jcrhoy pre'uued, worm about iJkVjKiii, in exchange for a small rcnemcnt i'ruperty In llruoklvn. subject tu a receut mortgage ol $2.(mjii; c?*m mi-isiuu paid brokem. Addreaii OUL/.M'UY PLAi'K, station h, with lull particulars. A HOI S ION, K(K)M V iWs, VV AiWKDi In thti t'lty utiil lii-ooUlvn. AFKKNCII FLAT, y OhKKATK 8l*K, LIOIIT Loom*, furnish.m for a r?*flue?J family : best rjty ruler* rncoM. \ddre?N, tctviuj; put Ocular*, 1'KoFLSSloN AL, Her41 ? 1 Asikulk cik km an fiiokkhaiik or ML >10 VV I iTfj ,givu instruction iu e* eh autre lor turuUUud ILmiui. Ad* ?lrc?a i'KOKK^OK, lluraUl L'ptowu "111 o. \(IKMI.KMAN VIM UNO NhW YOKK OCCASION* ally vt fshcs llit) use of ?4 I'xrlur Bedroom In private fam ily H'ltua lu the city. Add res* TKANSIKM, box l.'U Herald otfico. 1>art 0? uoubk wantEu FuhSmmId ui ITSh InrnmluU. lor a lumilv uf tour udnli*, lor llubl no use* keeping ; immediate piittjMMikltiit ; kl do full particulars ; hiu'h* est i etui uncus; rout must bo v. r.v low. il ??., Uptown oihce. fl^HKKK STOKY ill'ill urbop. Willi VI.i. VMMo-.KM 1 improvements; local Ion central: rout about Ad* dies* I'KIVaTR FAMILY, Tryou row. room 4. WAN ll-.D-A SMALL Til UK K STOKY HOUSE BK twueu 5011) dOU 7btli kit., Madtfton and .'Id mvi. ; now building preferred ; pn**c.-i?lnli January, 1878. Address F, 0., 147 Herald office \\tantld i i KNisiiKU, a st ir of booms ob m Hinull Flat t?v a lady. Address MoKTO.S, box 12 J llcruld Uptown office. WANTKD FLAT OK l'AKT OK HOt'HK, KIVM loom*, all Improvement*; tduto lull particulars? Auiurb CHU faintly preferred; ruDtrciica* ru<|uirud . runt niu.it be tuodoratu. Address WAKKiLN, lluruld Uptown ulbeu KOI1 HMsZu. \KtKST UUASH rilKNKli llitOfliUY KtORK, <?.* . il Icadiup: hv tmc, lor ?a)o a*, a sacrifice. A idiu?? box 118 I to i aid ofllon. AU^UUII ami MOH..INM Horse. Klin NALK clieap ; Uotfau saloons, H.iXury, Lunch Booms, R< stun* rants, <irocerltm, Must MiukoI*. W J l '.lil LLi,. 77 f'mlnr -?t. UTrifill aTOUls. FOB HALL o.\ 3D tV.. IIAKLHMj loliic a pood bmiuuki. imjuiro lu dru^ luurn, 2,2nl 2d hv , coruei I I'itli ht. L^Oli nALK?AN <>LI) ItH FAll LIHIlKJi COKNKII L Liquor Store, chnap lor cum: licenses paid; a tfoi?4 chance. WW Broome si , corner t Ura fjVIK HALo?o.UJU TUlll.h BUSHEL ?.BAIN llAlid JU clump, iu p??o'J uidwr 211 Duuue st.. Now Vorlt. I^OB SALh-AM OLD ESTABLISHED SAMI'LU jP uul Liitinh Konin. Wit!) Lodxlux House attached; c mvuiileut to New l*ost ullios, Limit Hon mi and City llail. Addrt*"-1* HOTEL. Iloral l oflic.i B I.'.lK HAI.K A COM i.i'KU.MiilY HTOtt.v OX ONH ' .1 till' in.t.i pr.iitilii. ut uviMiiiu, lit tlila < Ujr, it lutl cI .it- t.utuit .t, i'V?r)tliliiii ..mitiluiu : utli.r I>ii,Iiw?h k. ?... l..r .olIlUB V|.pi> lu I . .v ll UblitiH, Jit., l.M'Ji llintlwtjr, tii'tw.'i'ii .! itn?l 4 I'. M. OnK kioii r noluif, p?\vkii i:i*ki?iiitImktahl.8 I'.ugln. uml Hi.Hit iu iinrl.til ordur itn.l ut luw prlco t nUo i g."'iI tecumi tiit? i.1 Kn,:iin. l.ittliu. 21H Wittur.l. rriiK hVfc.viNii ikuEhUam. 1 AllVK'lTlrti .li _>.>1A UNB. cikoulatiox .hkjoi>. m \(iiim:ua . ?LV'U HAl.li?LAlllJKiJl ?IZf. ItAXTp.* I.NUl?U.^tf8 f M ,irt *y ?t 11 \v YllKAUL.ll) I'KI.K.i, you CuTrONKKKU oib, .i.tilti'l. ton.ml ii.iiii. Adiln it K K . )4,:I.II I'oti ullic. rpo I'AI'KK III IJtKH -OlK HAI.K, IIIOkoK'M KUIr J lug M*clllu?, 111 .tiDil nidi i . iilto Htulmril Culling >!*? Ciiimi; on*: cult .1') luclict. '^:t l>?y ,t , rnum 1 \\r AXIKU-HKCOXU IIAM) I,SOU II KOOT KLAXKH it ilrunl iu g.iuU iir.ltr. AiMr.t, I'oal ufltco lion gl.'i, Koollltugtuli, Cuiitt., ,luting litiuoiiWuiii, in.tkvr'. nuui.', inio ?r ui.l pHttorn. J ANTKII-WOUI) MI'LI ItVnu X A? l11> K.ur, *t.J ?tii(1 liuiid, emiipivtii. or ?uixi iVood .Hpllitur. ill'.NJ. W I L. 1.1 A.M.S. I Mi .Uiio tt. WATCH kin. JKWKItftt, ?C, At HARKIMIKII'm. 31 UNIOX hyLAUt?UIaMonQ m V I'.ar r I ti bt*. Studn. WatfliOi*. Ac,, ni lucoiupai able price*. Loads otfcclc , vaiunblo*. JBiauioudt, VV atehe*. Ac , pur* cliMm d Ldlablisliod 1858. At win iuiuadway. n ak diai sT.^>f7m<>nCI WutchOA, <?olit and Siivor, Silks, India >buwls aud ad article* ol viilu bought and son], loans negotiated JOHN THOMAS LYNCH. K KilA INS IN DlAMOMb UULU WATlHKS AHi lihailM Ac, Watches. Clocks anddewelry repaired UfeU. C. VLLKN, 1.IVMI Hroa lwa> , noar at. nIAMONI) LV It III.NHS. SO LITAl K LS, #7.; Ab>U A line pair at t'J1 ? also Witune Uiainund Uintf. lar^e ? tones, fMi, .MILLS A CuLLMa.n, |8ii oratid st. LIBKIiaL UiVANCKa M VDK ? N vb property, Watches, Jewelry at L. MlNrZ'n. l'awn broMur, NW Htli ??? nrar .mhIi st , fortueily ltd vVeel 4Bth ?t. MONr.Y FOB DIAMONDS. WaTCIIBS, At'.?UI A* .mends, Waiehes, Jewelry, Silverware, catuul'e hair Mn?vU. Silks, Ac., bought and told bacx at a eery smalt advance tiKU. C, ALi?KN, JeweLer, 1,11k) Broadway, near JBth si. OS I t AUVANCKO ON UlAMOXUk AND Watches; same t.ou?bt and sold IHiVf Rlt.a, (1H7 ?Uh first Hour, rear office. B M 1 0117 HS'AUWAY. flVKIl IIKKU.il I.w'l I IW*u?h .iBI.'O. roniii ll I'arlnr tor I*.!!*,; brunch l.k'lT Hr i*dw*jr; l>l?muuili, Wutcho,. Juwlry, a.'., l.uughl kiiil tuld. UMJU BKUM.