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THE COURTS.
A. New Phase of the Navarro Water
Meter Claim.
EXPECTED TESTIMONY OF TWEED.
Motion to Set Aside the Reference and
Trial Before a Jury.
A motion wna made yesterday, before Judge Davis,
la Supremo Court, Chambers, to vacate the order ot
reference id tne euit brought bv John Butrd against
the city, pending before John K. Porter aa referee,
tbo olaliu belag lor about a million dollars. Tbe case
la ooe ot those which has become bielorloal iu the
courta and is one of the legal heirlooms of the 1 wred
rfyiint. The munnor in, which the reference In ible
case was obtained wua ouo ot the grounds upon which
charges were baaeu against tho lormer Corporation
Counsel whicb led to his removal It was Inatsted lor
the motion that tho proceedings in the case bad
?uown that the alfidavlta upon which tne order of rel
erenco was obtained, aud wnich aluiod that the insnea
In tbo case would neoeanurily involve tho examination
of a long account, were not true, and upon this head iho
defendants showed that upon tho oponing of the refer
ence beiore tbo roleroo tho defendants? ibat Is, the
City?were given tho affirmative of the Issues, and it
Wua ruled by tho referee thul tho plaintiff bad nothing
to prota under lbs issues. The proceedings upon tbo
reference wero referred to lor the purpose of show
ing ibat no long accouut had beon involved In the
prool or any account ot any sort; tbut tho Issues relied
upou by the city were that tho contract was fraudulent
In Its couoeptlou; that now tbey wore ready to pro
duce direct t-vidouco of lite collusion and Iraud betweeu
tno coutrucior aud public otUcers iu the luukiug of Hie
contract at that tiuie by the testimony ol William M.
Tweed, and that this was newly discovered
tvldeuco aud should be submitted to a jury.
It was also urgou ibat the original claim that tne
isauea involved tne examination of a long uccouut
was a sijum; that the evidonou now withiu the reach
ol tne city called lor the disposition of the oase by u
Jury, ami tnui tnurelore tho order of relereuce snouid
be vucaiod. it was ulao submitted on behalf of the
city, us a further ground lor vacating order, that
iliu relations of tho rulereo aud Mr. Nuvarro, ouo ot
the original purties to tho couirucl, were ihoao of
couusui aud.clieut in Important liiigatlous, aud that
such facts gave Just grouuds lor the .apposition that
bo might bo subject to aa involuntary bias In favor
ol tbe plaintiff in tbo suit, la the ulliduvits submit
ted upou ttiis poiut by the plaintiff' 11 was denisd taut
there wus the rcia'tou of oouuael aud clieut
between tbe releree aud Mr. Nuvarro, one or
tbe persons tutorested in tho claim, but it
uppeurod that Mr. Nuvarro was very lurgely
Interested in tbo Loan aud lniproveuiout
Company, whicb company bud entored Into a contract
lor the aoustrucliou ot the Gilbert Elevated Kallroau,
ouU uudor the contract was obliged to pay lor all tbo
litigation ol tbo roads, and that Judge Porter, tue roi
ereu, was the priucipal counsel lor the roud in tue liti
gation. It was submitted to tbe Court that both tue
relereo aud the counsel lor thu city had deemed It a
pi opar case for au exercise ol tbo Judgment ot tbo
Court whether the clrcuinsluuces were such aa to
make It proper lor the relereo to ooultuue tu the posi
tion ao aa to make it necessary for turn to decide be
tween Mr. Navarro and tho city a claim ot such mag
nitude. The Judge look the papers, reserving his de
cision. Mr. F. N. bungs, Corporation Counsel Whitney
and Mr. beall appeared lor the city, and Judge Kino It,
Judgo Groou and Mr. Vuuderpool for the pialntlff.
SUMMARY OF LAW CASES.
In tho suit brought by Mr. Austin black against the
Continental Bank Judge Van brunt yeaterduy granted
au sxtra allowance ol $2,000 to tho doiendanl's coun
sel
Louis Saul charges bis wile, Sophia Saul, to whom
he was married In June, 1875, with adultery, and bag
brought a suit lor divorco. Judge Davis yesterday ap
pointed Mr. 0. A. Kuukle relereo to investigate tbe
tacts.
Judgo Davis yesterday refused to grant tbe applica
tion of Waller *. Hid lor the appointment of a re
ceiver ol the prooceds ot tho dlupi coucerm beiug
givi-u at tho Cooper Institute.
Wiiliuiu Drcsaioh, charged with the manufacture
ot cuunierlelt coin, aud who was arrested some daya
ago lu this city by Cuptaiu McCullocb, was commuted
yesterday by united states Commissioner Shields to
swait tbe action ol tne Grand Jury.
beiore Judge Larrcmore, IU the Court of Common
Pleas, tlieie was commenced yosiornay the trial ot a
suit brought by the Fire Prool building Company
citatum Johu Hogsu to recover $2, bud 24 lor tue al
leged breach ol a contract to accept aud pay lor cor
luiu woix on a building ut the corner ol Sovculy-uiutb
siroel and Eighth uvuuue. The Uuiouce was that the
plaintiffs did not perform tbeir part ot tho contract in
time.
A lawyer by the name of William Blaney fell asleap
In a carnage lu trout of a plnoe in Greene street aud
While In this somnolent condition his watch, valued
ut $2UU, wus stolou irom him. iwo girls were ar
ruuiud ou suspic.ou and hold in $1,01X1 hull euch.
Tuuy wore brought beioro Judge Li.vis, In Suproiue
Court, Chuuibers, yesleiduy, ou habeas corpus aud
their ulschurgo asked. This was refused, as was also
a uioilou to reduce their bail.
The order to show uause granted several days ago
by Judge Duuobue wby tho MeHunry suit lor the
loieciosur.v ot the Ilrat cousolldaied iiiorlguge bonds oi
the Kris llaiiway Company suouiu uut be discoulluued
was returcabhi yesterday, and was to have been ar
gued be ore Judge Davis, lu Supreme Court, Chaiu
b. rs. For the oouveuieooo oi oouusel, however, tho
argument ol the oase was adjourned until next Monday.
The calendar was called yeateroajr in the criminal
brunch of the Unuod status Circuit Court by Judge
bcuoOtci. fne ploas ol tbe deleudaul* wore taken,
and ail pleaded not guilty except Moses A. Snyder,
who pleaded guilty to cmhezzilug $8,000, the property
ol the r.xclionge National bank, of tnis oily. A mo
tion lor arrest ol Judgment in tbe esse ot Graff and
Owen, lite silk smugglers, was fixed lor Friday, to
which day the Court adjouruod.
Kllax J. Fultisoii, a lawyer, of this city, was on a
train in June, 1S7j, on tho Deluware, Lackawanna
and Western Kuilroad wheu au aucideul occurred
Irom a collision Willi ahoiner train. He claims to
buve been severely injured in tbe muscles Qf bis right
leg, slid on account ol sncn tujuries to h <ve been laid
up several weeks sud to still he ? physical suflerer in
cuuseuueuoe of tbu disaster. Ho haa brought suit
against tbu company lor $10,000 daoiagoa Tho trial
oi the case worn coin in en cud yesterday hoiore Judge
Van brunt, holding buprcwo Court, Circuit, the de
leuue being ooutributivu negligence.
Thomas Eagiestou urougut au action In tbo Marine
Court against David Sohafer aud Francis Leonard to
recover $700 ou a promissory note, which wus made
by the deiundauts to the order of Wells Phillips.
'1 bo delenduuta admit tbo making ol tne note, uut
allege mat tne aume was delivered to Phillips ou a
usurious agraeineul uiudo with blrn, wuicn was to
secure to btin Ulteen per sent Instead ol asveu per
cent. Tb? case was ye.-iier.iuy triod in tbe Msrtuo
Court, before Judgs MoAdain aud ujury, aud resulted
IB a verdict lor the ueteuduuia. Messrs. Loudon
brotbera appeared lor plaintiff and I). M. Porter lor
tbe defendants.
DECISIONS.
BUPUEMK CUUliT?OUAMBE1X
by Judgo Davis
Rill va Watson.?Motb u denied, with $10 oosta
Irwin vs. McGuire.?Ainduvlt does not comply with
rcduireiuout ol new Code.
Hulett vs. Frecking.?motion denied, without coats.
Knglish va Froch.?Opinion ; premium remanded.
Trenton banking Company vs. Duncuo; lingers vn
Forest and tiiifuia Publisuing Company } in tba matter
nl Uarvoy; in the matter ol bibby.?Orders grauodt.
by Judge Lawronoo.
Wilson va Simpson.?Order granted.
?UPUtMJb CoDBT?C1UCU1T?FAllT 3.
by Judge Van brunt.
Blaek elal va The couiiuontal National Bank.?
$2,000 allowauce grunted to UeieuaanL
bUPKiuuit cuuit-r?ai'JtcxAi. tbux.
by Judga Sedgwick.
Knyno at at vs. ltosouberg et nl.?Order dismissing
motion or exception to sureties with $10 coats, unu the
buud gtvuu by dufehdaut Aurnlmm Macks approved.
Miller vs. Lyucu.?Order granting leave to auieud
answer.
Coleman va Crump.?Ordor denying motion.
Gottuiau va Hiein; Gottmau vs. Uarllug.?Ordered
on special calendar Itr aoeoud Friday in January,
187k.
i.rbe va O'Uellly et el.?Reference ordered.
Uixou vs. Wonbcrg el at.; Name vs. ?ume.?Under
taking* on bull allowed.
Harrison va Cutting.?Order granted.
by Judgo 1 roedmuu.
hpeia va Daum ?findings to be engrossed M net
tled.
by Jndgo Hpoir.
Pacific Pneumatic Gas Company va Wheelock.?
Findings settled.
COMMON PI.BAH?SPECIAL TEHM.
by Judge Van Hocsen.
Wenoerly va brown.? 1'reparo an order without
?r*sur? b.
In the matter ol Kelly, Aa?Hee memorandum with
C'Jones vs. Wilson.?This alffdavlt will not nulffce.
bee memorandum.
The Penrhyn Slute Company va Meyer?Let conn
?ol for executors Indorse tbeir couaeui on the proposed
?rHym?s va Mareball; Boyert va. Buroboll.?Judg
meul ordered.
Coughliu va Cougblin.?Order for counsel leo
''New York Liio lnsuranoo Company va Klsa?Ap
plicaiiou granted.
St< wart va bunion; Gottwald va Cocbrana?Sen
memorandum lor codusoL
tiiincll va brady.?order advancing cause on oalea
dur KTHDtoU.
WuAle va Blab tnt Mitlon dented. wUJb |X0 eeete.
unless defendant aerve amonded answer within flee
day a
in the matter of May; in lbs matter of Byera.?Ap
proved.
Knauaa va. Hendrickson.?Reference ordered.
In ilie mutter of Lobin.?Vide aectlon 4C0 Code
Civil Procedure.
UABIME COURT??CUSMBLItS.
By Judge Shea.
Tweed, Jr., vs. i tie Hudsoc Highland Suspension
Bridge and Mew Eouland Railway Company. ? Motion
fur leave to amend grmt.d.
Kusoustein vs. Hurntsi; Heller va Oternoa; Jauies
va. Taussig; Quackeooos va Stnlib; Mevenson va.
Yraser; Schuyler va. jatuoa?Motions granted.
Brittoa va. Woolly.?Motion granted; proceedings
dinitsseo, with $10 ousts.
broaaiua va Uruitreuen.?Motion to dismiss for want
of proaecntion grunted.
Howe va. lata.?Motion grantod unleaa term* are
compiled Willi.
liiuseispoil va Harutburger.?Motion graatod; order
of arreil vacated.
Click va Kuiugie.?Motion granted.
bcliioerb va Jflelsbiiuuer; 'I'be Irving National Bank
va Weriltenuer.?Motioua deuied.
GENEliAL SESSIONS?PAET L
Bui ore Juuge Gtldersleeva
A HT.VU11NU CABE.
Thomas Clifford, a truck driver, residing at No. 502
West Sixteenth street, was arruigned on ? charge ol
felonious uneuull, having, as ullciisd stabbsd John
ilaruuy, of No. 433 Weal Seventeenth street, while
eugaged lu a strcot row. The uccuaed was louud
guihy and sent to the State Prison lor two years and
six meatus.
PI.XAb AND BtNTKNCi B.
Thomas Dolsu, alias Dorliu, ol No. 90 PUt street,
pleaded guilty to burglary lu the third degreo, hav
ing, on the 1st met., broken into the stable ofJOush
Stern and stoleu A horse worth $50, which he auluie
queutly sold. 'i wo years and six months in ihe Stale
* 'louis Storms, alias Hendrloks, ol No. 214 ItlisabeiU
8lreel against whom theru were two ludlcliuenta, was
arratg'ued, charged wltu burglary. Ou the 4lh of No
vember ho brone into the luuey store ol Siguiuud
Uluuber No 250 Bowory, and carried off $ loo worth
ol property. Ho also carried off a number ol guus
ana pistole Iroui Charles Pisoator's store. Two yours
and six months In the State Prison.
A OOOBK HTOBY.
? brace of villains with red curly hair, who gave
their names as Kroderlck and William Beokley, aged
respectively thirteen and lourteon years, were called
to the bar by Assistant District Attorney Herring
charged with burglary. It was averred that the ma
rauders broke Into the outhouse ol Murcua Erlioh and
stole two huge live geese. Police Oltloer Judge, with
out any dooumenta being submitted te Utin, came to
the conclusion the other eveolug that there was some
thing wroug in the alley wuy adjoining the outhouse,
uud ou examination louud a basket oouulning tbo
birda Mr. John C. Moll, whom the Court assigued as
counsel, rigidly cross-exaiulued the ooinpluluaut. Who
staled that although ho had seeu other geese boloro
he wee positive Hue brace beloi god to blm. Mr. Moil
asked il they were wild or tamo geeee, couieudiug,
umid great laughter, that if they w?ro wild uo bur
glary hud been commuted. Both prisoners stoutly
ueutcd their guilt, nud their testimouy created much
merriment. Uu being asked their whereabouts ou
liio Light in question William said, "We was *-$oiu
to do museum lor to see de stroug man as hold do
barrel in his teeth." Tboy were acquitted.
GENEliAL SE&SiONS-PAKT 2.
Beiore Recorder Huckott.
TBB CONFIDENCE GAME AGAIN.
A laborer, who gave the name of John Gribbon,
cams all the wuy from Wheeling, W. Va, to this city
en route to Europe. While on the oars ho made the
acquaintance ol Robert IL Holmes, who was not long
In ingratiating himself in the lavor ol Gribbon. Ou
arriving in this olty Holmes recommended the hotel
whore both should stop, and Into the same room too
two travellers entered. Beiore retiring Gribbon
placed his passage ticket and the cbook lor bis truuk
lu the pooket ol his trousers Ou awakening in tuo
uioruiug ho found tnat his couipauiuu had disap
peured with the passage ticset uud the oueok. Mr.
Corns, agent ol Hie White Star liuo, was iniormed or
Grihbou's loss, and While Holmes was lu the act el
soiling the uuxui no was ufreuted. and the trunk was
Huusoqueutly discovered in ihu Eastern Hoiut. The
prlsouer was arraigned at tho bar lor trial yesterday
by Asslsisut Dintrict AUoruey Russell, and pleaded
guilty, ltecoruor Hackutl sent bun 10 the State Prison
lor the term oi three years snd six inoniha.
A BAGBIIii-GIUUB BOBBtB.
John Hanly stole a set of vestmeuu and s quantity
of clothing, the property of tho Rev. Henry Uowiett,
va lbs 20th of November last. Huvlug pawned the
properly lis alturwurd offered to return it lor the sum
ol $5u When arruigned lor trial yesterday tue prie
ouer pleaded guilty, und tue Recorder sent Sua to
Stats Prison lor threo years and six muntna
- A PIOUS FOBUtB.
Ths young man Robert Ueutiy, ol No. 4 Dclaucey
street, who prosenied a latter ol recommendation pur
porting to be signed by tbo Rev. Dr. Mix, of Orange,
N. j jkjjj which turuod out to bo a forgery, was sen
tenced yesterday by Recorder Uaokctt to three mouths
in the Peuttuuuary. ?
ALMOST A MUttDKB.
Thomas Donnelly, a trues driver, was arraigned on
the charge of Icluuioua assuult with luient to kill.
Ou the 19tU or June last W. A. Craig, superlutendent
of Thomus E. l riplor'a lumbar yard, Nu 801 aveuuo
B, directed htm to go for a load ol lumber at hall-past
live o'clock In tbe evening. This order oaraged Don
nelly, who on ruturuing expressed himself savagely
regardiug Craig. Wulouiog bis opportunity, while
the laiter was tu a sloopiug positlou, Dounelly stole
behind him aud deaU him a powerful blow on tho
head exclaiming, "You are my eusin), aud I'll hung
lor youl" He was iu the act of repeating tbe blow
when one ol his fellow workmen interfered. On being
urraigncd lOr trial ysslerduy he pleaded guilty to the
ciiurge, and on mutioa of bis couusel, Mr. Willium Jr.
Howe, Kecoruor Haokett remauded the prisoner lor
sentence.
COUliT GALEN DAUS?THIS DAY.
acrasBK Court?Gbaeuxrs Held by Judge Davis.?
Nos. 48. 77, 90, 128, ISO, 18j, 204, 221, 250, 202, 244, 256,
258 259. 200, 201, 202, 205, 204, 206, 200, 207, 2011, 2JO,
271* 272. 279, 281, 283, 280.
auruaMs Court?sprual Trrb?Hold by Judgu
llarrell.?Non 610, 627, 609. 010, WIU, 497, 552, 692,
6e3 594, 599, Odl, 278, 047, 634, 578, 239, 696, 431, 609,
548'. 029, 193, 191, 260, 316, 602.
auritHBs Court?Circuit?Part 1?Held by Judge
Douonue.?Nos. 1792, 1131, 790. 1222, 1303, 967X. 780,
418,'2039, 2040, 2041, 2042. 2043, 2014, 141, 948, 2031,
606X. 798. 1366, 1182, 803, 1727, 187, 1219. 27UO, 9dO,
1882. 1078, in, 2097, 2704, iOO, 1142, Part 2?Hold by
Juuge Lawronce.?Case ou?No. 1200. No day cu on
uar Pirt 3?Held by Judge Van Hruuk? No-. 1811,
102d 1448, 191, illO, 2017, 1073. 1028, 1047, 1122, 377,
603, *984, 1062. 1089, 1040, 1041, 1178, 829, 30, 310, 701,
1711 776
au'rsRioR Court?Bproul Trrb?Hold by Judge
Sedgwick.?Nos. 31, 24, 27, 80, 21, 8i, 39, 40, 41, 42,
43 49, 64, 77, 78, 23. 73, 70.
supKHiwk Court? iRIai. Trrb?Part 1?Held by
Judge oauloru.?Nos. 287. 257, 027, 869, 217. 335. 401,
000. 343. 250, 208, 059, 010, 632, oO. Part 2? Held by
Judge Curtis.?Nos. 470, 716, 143, 144, 364, 384, 807,
340 748, 770, 633, 290*. 719, 078, 624, 471, 444,021,
611 603, loO, 706. 110, 467, 496, 490. Part 3?Held by
Juuge Preedinuu.?Noa. 003, 032, 468, 472, 474, 286,
033, 214, 630. 344, 787, 319, 701, 419, 088.
cormor Pleas?EquiTY Tsrb? Held by Judge Van
Hoeseu. ?Nos. 7, 20, 27, 22, 38, 26, 83.
Cormor Puras ?1RIAU i Run?Part 1?Held by Judge
L.riemur*.?Nos. 1903. 830, 480. 998. 2007, 204, 1103,
1226, 1401, 727. 1124, 2347, 1120,762, 2170, 803. Part
y flout by Judge KuOiUaoh.? Nos. 761, 2340, 886,
110O, 229, 1364, 1360Jgt 1407, 1167. Part 3.?Adjouruud
lur thu term.
Marirm Court?Triau-Trrb?Pelt 1?Held by Judge
Mr.Adam.?Nos. 2301, 3788. 2302. 3733, 2388, 2340, 2467,
2474. 2476, 2477, 2479, 2487, 2488, 1641, 2091, 1983,
2340. 2386. 2126. Pert 2?fluid by Juuge Aiker.?Notg
2036. 1?00X, 1019, 2460, 2208, 641, 1871, 2161, 2636,
26.10. 2537, 2638, 2639, 2540, 2541. Part 8?Hold by
Judge Goepp-Noa 2178, 2108. 6230, 6237. 5238, 2492,
2525. 2527, 2628, 2629. 2530, 2631, 2532, 2533, 26.14.
aupRKRg court?Urrrral Trrb.? Adjourned until
December 28, 1877.
scprrior Court? Gkrkral Trrb, and Cobboh
Plkas, Urjieral irrb ? Adjuurnud lor tlio toriu.
Court of urrrral brssioas?Part 1?Hold by Judge
Gildersleuve.? ihe People va Luuisu Welaui, houtl
cioe; dame Va John Lee, leloulous assault uud bat
tery ; same va Blanche Morell, grand larceny; Saute
va William M. Uoldrick, talse pretences; Same vs.
THIM Mulligan, lelonious ntsaull aud oaltery; Ssme
VA Henry Graham aud DauiuI Uarxius, grund lar- i
cnuy Part 2? Held by ltuoorder H.ickeU.?Tue People
va. lieury Hartley, burglary; Same va Alice Ran
dolph grand larceny; Same vs. Duunnir llauio, gruud
larceny; Same VA Henry Uaugrnud, lalse pretences;
same v?. Patrick McM thou und Matthew Cuuingnsin,
hursl iry; Same va Edward suilivau, laroeoy fruia
thu person; Same va Frauds Goroy, adulterstiug
'"count of OyRR ard Tkubirrr?Held by Judge
Brady.?Tb# People vs. TUoiuas S. Lambnrt, ptrjury.
CUUiiT OF APPEALS.
Albany, N. Y., Dee. 12, 1877.
No. 287. Tabor va. Delaware, ha, Railroad.?Argu
ment resumed sud concluded.
No 190 UigehboHum va Stoddard.?Argued by 8.
Hand lor appellant; Heury A. Fosier lor respouueul.
Su 16'J. Wilson va Van Pell.?Argued by 1L V.
Rt.yrlnnd lor appelUUMt submitted lor respondent.
No 195. Mather vi. Nuldlg.-Argued by W. H.
Arno'ux lor appeiisut; 0. C. Browue/or rospondonl.
* calkriiar
Th? following Ifl the duy calendar lor Thursday. Do
ce.nbsr 13:?Noa 230, 180, 162, 208. 228, 109, 236 snd
229. _____
THE UNPLEASANT PAET OF IT.
Dsvld Long was arraigned bsforn Judge Blxby yes
terday to answers number ol charges of swindling
harness dealers of this city out of sums ranging from
$lo in $40 by moRosol bogus ohscka Us was hold m
$3,000 bail M IMM6
DR. LAMBERT'S TRIAL.
CtOHK or THE TESTIMONY TOR THE PROSE
CUTION?OPENING TOR THE DEFENCE, IN
CLUDING A KALLT AGAINST THE PRESS.
The triul or Dr. Lambert, late president of tho
American Popular Life Inauranoe Compauy, wee re
sumed yetterday, before Judge Braily, la the Court
vt oyer au<i Tormiuor. Dr. Lambert's wife and
daughter were in the court, tho room.ee hitherto,
lieiug densely crowded.
Mr. Jobu F. Trow wae cross-oxam I tied at consider
able length. Iu reply to various questions put to
him bo testified as follows:?
1 received irom Mr. Heed, of lbs American Popular,
euld the witness, a quantity of the couipauy's stock;
1 thiuk It wus about May last; Dr. Lambert subse
quently wuntod me to roturn the stock, and 1, alter
consultation with my Uwyor, Mr. Bourdon, did
return it; I imvo not boon sued by the re
colver of the American Popular; ho demands
a considerable amount ol money from me, and
has threatened me with a lawsuit; 1 gave the
Auioricau Popular a bond and mortgage on some prop
eity of mine iu Fifty-third street against my noto of
$i.btio, 1 did not pay tho company $?J,00o for twenty
shares tb the beat ol my recollection in March, 1872;
on tho 31st of Docemucr. 1872, gave my nolo for
$7,?00 lo the company. The testimony of the witness
went to prove that his accouuts with tbo company
were misrepresented tu thoir hooka No liuni how
ever, was thrown on the fact why he gave tuo com
puny $1.0,0O0 iu cuorkH, tho said checks uoing subse
quently returned to him. Ho also showed groat iir
uorsnce ol the wsy the accounts o. the A.uenc.'n
I opulur were kept, although hu wits a member of' the
flhauee Committee.
* r?t??s Pernio DeUnd was callod by the Dis
trict Attorney to show that in Duceinbcr, 1870 the
orodu J?f the Amerlcnu Popular Life
lusurancu Com puny with the National Trust Company
w . ' U','U Ur- Pamberl's balance wus $lul OA
"? W"B lor purpose uf showing that chucks held
as assets wore not worth their luco
TUB VICS PRgslOkNT AND SCROKOK.
Dr. Moreuu Morris was called by the uroseoutlon
aud testified that he wus connected w in tb. ^mp.ny
from November, 1871. up to tho time it was clewd by
the department. Vurions entries were read to turn
purporting to be recorda of i.,auos of stock to
ii "L various uates, amountiug to $5 oou in
December of several yosrs, ail referring 'to dates
previous to 18.4, wuro objected to uud excluded- Dr.
Morris deuiou that he paid $i.000 lor stock iu 1874' and
declared thai ho only owned Ulty-llvo shares ol s'lock
Iu the cumpuuy; he hud acted us suigconin-clnef.
as vice president, und uud boeu on the executive com
i!!i ,u*u,llU*a checks siguad by blm, found
uiuong me oush assets, about ouu a mouth for lour
years, lor $1_5 each on tho National Trust Company
and suid tuuy were receipts tor saiury; ho bud lid
money to pay these checks in the National I rust Com
puuy on which they were drawn; Dr. Lambert told
him that he would prefer to have the salary in that
way, because he wauled It In two accounts- ho hud
given a regular receipt lor $280 per mouth lor salary
besides these checks; his checks were uot understood
by him us cosh ut all; ho had put the word "memo
randuui ou some of them whoa he gave thoin
aud some of them lie had forgotten to put
i?, .?iU' - J"1 plucud U llloro aiuce ihu
examination by the receiver began. They were nover
good for uuytliing as cuecks, IDs check lor $1 013
December^' g'?? U chook tc Mr" *?"> di'?d
December 30, 13,0, ior interest ou boud and mortgage.
AnnMBll ??m? m"ue>rat that time, but iol
onougU lo pay itie chuck.
M?r0Wf.ttmlU"l,oa by ?-"?corder Smith, Dr.
to whw h w"" qwaaUonua very closely as
.S grcl1' '"""?'?rlty wit,i the ooui
ti?s a. ? * ,n bla vunoua oillolal cupaci
ihaea. ? U0 ?n"l,iod *"?" tO kUOW Ol the
alleged inaocuractos in tho accounts relating to him.
He professed not to know of tn* entries iu tho cash
which ths?6XiJ U'? vurl0UB ubecks ol Ills lor
which there was no money in the buukbysuying
supposed thoy were matters of form.
He wan to receive his salary ol $4,600 aud givo
u partial receipt on tho rocel, t book, and the $123
chocks lor lour jours he considered as the receipt lor
tho romuinder. lie aid not know Hint if the proum of
tho company did not prove sufficient no was liable to
E?m 0. <"""0" Ol stock issued lo
him ou the books ho professed to kuow uoiblug of.
and persisted luul the number ol his shares was filly
Uve. W hen asked to explain how ft wus that hu up.
* J-ruusio,reUagroul mauv more than
j^E.tftriT* ! ,?UIU ll"lllio aid ft as a mutter of
I? Uu,barl ? 'truest und could uot oxpluln
Ik Neituer could he tell how ft was claimed that he
hud received certain dividends of uiore ihuu dhv-ilvo
Shares of stock, he said ne buu not, read the charter
ot the company uud did hot know of a provision .hat
prevented his receiving his salary iu the way he did.
Ho could not say whether shares of stock had beeu is.
sued without paymeulor uot
Ou re-direct he suid ho wus not aware that $16,000
had been received by the company from him. or that
$e0,000 or $40,000 had been received Irom John K
Irow. He Uud not expected to bo callod upon to pay
trans'lorred.*1111 n"V" g?' U,V,<U,Ui? or ?*** WM
On re-oxamlnuUo he said he believed he had boen
solvent since his first connection with the company
this okvknois.
Colonel A. H. H. Dawson now procoeded to opou
the case for the defence. H.s address occupied about
au hour and a half, keeping the Court lu session until
uearly six o clock. He roud ins speech from printed
proofs, and at times, particularly when ho
gave a supposititious couvursation between an
insurance agent aud u lu-rciiunl upon the sub
{nCL"J , "i!aTlUC9 be "'"h1 bur? b??" ?upposoa
lohuvobeeu Mr. j-urjeou or some olbor author rend
nig from hu own woiss ohauging bis voice to suit tuo
oharacterAi the dialogue. J no striklug Icuture of
his address was ins attack on tho New Vork press. He
staled that ou ihu morning of Dr. Lambert's arra'au"
mum there were in four leudiog city dailies articles uu
der precisely tho sumo titlo aud altogether difierentiv
worded, being, as lie churged, tbu product ol the sume
writer. Ho claimed that tno press hud boen sub
sidised to decry Dr. Lambert uud lutininted bis ability
to prove such stateiiienk Ho propnosicd, however
thai notwithstanding the "bounding ol tho prese!' his
cliout would coiuo out pure uud uuapoitou.
A JUDICIAL LOU STOLEN.
Judge Gilderaleeve entered tho Court of General
Boss ions yeslorduy tnorulug with u heuvy heart. His
beautiful aud highly prixed Iruh and English aattor
dug lion, to which he wua much atlaohed, and which,
as usual, followed hiui down Broadway on bis way to
Court, had Juat disappeared. Soared wus mado for
the animal In all directions without avail, aud it is
supposed to have been ttoleu lu ths vicinity ol Cham
bers street by souie of the idle curiosity suokora who
are to bo seeu every morutug awaiting the arrival of
prlsonors from the Torn be. The Judge last saw Don
as they crossed Broiulwuy together. Bald tbeJudgo
joktuiily to u pruiuiuout criminal lawyer, as lie was
leuvttig the liehuh yosiurday, "I'erhaps aon>e of your
oliauta etole uiy uog, Counsellor?" "1 would not be
surprised," replied the lawyor.
HE PREFERRED TiiE TOMBS.
Dr. Walker, who waa arraigned at Jefforaon Market
Court last wouk lor ahuudoniug bis wile Surah, wua
before the Court yesterday to bear Judge Blxbv'a
llnul decision. Ho positively refuted to support uer,
saying, ' 1 won't give a oeut toward her support, 1
have spent loo much on bar uuu lawyers ulieudy. Lot
her paramours take care oi heruow." Dr. SVslkur
was accordingly seut lo tne Totuhs in default ol $6u()
ball. The uoctor Is about alxty yours ol age and ins
wile about fifty.
BURGLARY IN CANAL STREET.
Tho clothing storo of Oliver H. Wilson ft Co., No.
816 Cauul street, was broksu into Tuesday highland
? quantity ol otoih carried off valuod at $1,00U
Early yesterday morning Ofilcer O'Sulllvan arretted
James Quino, aged nineteen, of No. 116 liuxter street,
and William O'Huru, aged sovouioou, ol No. 121 Mutt
street. They were commuted by Judge Olturbourg,
at Essex Market Court, in $1,600 bail each to auawer
a charge ol burglury.
A COLOlsihi) GIRL ASSAULTED,
Goorge Walton, Sr., and bla brother John, of River
boud, were arrested and oommllted to thoSufiolk
Couuty Jail at lliverheud on Monday, ehargoa with a
felonious assault upou a young eolorod girl from
West Hampton, about fifteen yeare old. The case ap
pears to have beeu au aggravated one. The prisouera
were lo nuve Uud au exumiuuilou yosierday, nut upon
arraignment boloro Justice Ueujamin they waived ex
amination, and wero ret ommiited lo await the setiou
ol the Uraud Jury. They were luily identified by the
girl
ALL FOB JEALOUSY.
Charles U. Laffarty.pvho assaulted a South Araori.
can negro uaiued Beua lu a house In Mercer street
Tuesday uigbt, was held tor trial yesterday by Judge
Uixuy. Jeuuie Williams, In whose room tbe quarrel
took pleoe, was sent lo lha House of Detenliou, and
the other occupants of the house Quad lor disorderly
conduct.
SWORD PRACTICE.
Emlle Kauor, a French .gardener, of No. 124 Wcet
Houston street, in a quarrel Tuesday night out ons
Clovloux three times with a aword, twice in the arm
aud unco ou the aula of Hie hip. He waa commuted
to await (he result of the Injuries by Judge Blxoy
yesterday.
THE DEACON'S OVERCOAT.
Robert Edwards, a deacon In the Willis avenue
Methodist Church, Morrwania, presided over a table
ataenuroh lair oo Tuesuay night. 11a left his $86
overcoat in an ante-room, but It was miasing when
the lime cume to go home. The gurmeut win slier
ward found on George Patterson, an Impoverished
member of Hie soc.uiy. Patterson admitted the melt,
but pieaded poverty ai an excuse. Yesterday Judge
Ksainira ooiamviAud him la $l.uOfi to aufth
PUBLIC HEALTH AND 8THEKT8.
PH0FK880U CHtNDLKK OM THE CITY'S ?AN
ITA1.Y CONDITION?rUOFOSKD PLAN FOB
BTitEtT CLEANING ? A PEHTINEST DEB tTK.
Fire Commissioner King and HealiU Commissioners
Chaauler aud Jaiiewuy were before the board of Ap
portionment yesterday to discuss the estimates of their
departments lor the ou-uing year. 11 was contended
by Mr. King that the t-lllcitucy ol' the departiueul
which lio represented would bo materially Impaired 11
the Hoard did uot allow too amount naked lor In Iba
piovieioual estimate?uaniely, $1,2114.870. Ttie geu
tluutau wunt over ear It item and oaiEtlued tbu uecos
aity lor giving ttiu Fire Cnminlaaiou what waa askod.
IIKAL.TU OV TUB cat*.
Profoaaor Chandler, President ot the Health Com
miaaiou, ucxt addressed the Hoard, lie aald luat
lo.ooo prevuutiblo dcatua lake place in the city ot
New York annually, while we hud 280.000 provoutlble
caaua ot diaeuhe during the same purled. Thousands
of lives were thus needlessly aacrillcoJ. .Since the
Health board waa .created the population ol the city
had increased some Ally per cent. Dr. Chandler
Itkewiso Insisted that the amount ol $232,042
was absolutely necessary to carry on the work ol the
UoaltU Department lor 1878. Tho hospital lor cou
tagioua diseases cusl about $00,000 per year, while the
work ol vuouiuatloo cost some $'JO,000. Since 1874
240,000 pursous had heeu vacciuutcd. So ollootual had
boeu this treaimeul that only thirteen deaths bad re
sulted irom suiullpox duriug the past year. An
epidemic of smallpox In Una city would cost several
millions, lu Philadelphia it had uecuasitalcd au ex
puuditure ol *10,000.000. Dr. Chuodler lurtner coo
toudvd tbut his department could well use $100,000
more than tho sum called for in the provisional esti
mates. This money would couio buck leulold to the
Inhabitants of New York. It would puy to have ovory
tiouso lu the cliy thoroughly oxumlned as to Its saui
tary condition by uompoieul Inspectors. The de
partmeut wuntod urore inspectors, particularly
lor the examination ot milk. Over $10,000
per day was spent in the metropolis lor an In
ferior quality ol inilk. lluudreds of obildrou
were in consequence rendered weak and puuy. All
tne money contributed to tho Health Department
would bo well speut if appltod alouo to the preventiou
ot this Iruud ol eulllug impuro milk. The llealtb
Coinmiselouere bad ouly ouu uirlk inspector tor a city
sixteen miles long uud With a popu.aliou of over
one million souU More meat inspectors and eugi
ueers lor Hie oxumiuallou or burluiugs were also re
quired. The sum ol $5,000 was epeul last summer
uuruig the irolli'sl mouth in (he employment of llity
physicians. lliuse .gentlemen liud visited 141,5711
laiuilles aud treated 5,000. childreu during llral short
aeriod. AU knew of the lerribto mortality that ex
isted arooug cbilarou duriug the heated term. Many
uvea wore saved by the advice and utieuliou el those
physicluua bau loud, dirty streets, Improper sewer
age, lusulhcieut exercise uud wuut ol veullialloh were
ihe'cauac* ol this murtaliiy.
Tho speaker uexi explained, In answer to Comptrol
ler Kelly, tne method ol removing dead auimuis aud
uigUt soil Irom tho city. A ooutract had beou giveu
uut to oovur this work lor $10,U00. rue dunes were
well purlormeu by tho oonlraulor. The ollai was re
moved to Uurreu Island.
RKROVAL or OARUAOK.
Comptroller Kklly?W Uut uo you think ol the prop
osition of Mr. awn t to take away the garbage and pay
lor tbut privilege 1
Dr. CHaxulkr?I'hat, of course, mesne eeparutlon
ol tue garbage Irom the ashes. As 1 understand it the
proposition is to remove tuo garbage alter it ik deliv
ered at the uock.
Comptroller Kullt?Could the garbage aud aabes
be ousllv separated 1
Dr. Cuamolku?Most undoubtedly tbey could. Tbo
people Gnu be tsugut to do it They cuuuot bo eoio
pelied to uo so lu a day or a week, but the ordinances
in ruiatiou to tbo subject can bo curried out il the To
lice Department will suoply the ueceasnry carta
Comptroller Kklly? U garbage wore returned lor
any leugth oi time iu tho city would it nut be injuri
ous to heultn 1
Dr. Chanulkr?Yesj It sbonld be removed In
tweuly-iour ooura
Comptroller Kklly?Could not chemicals be used
by the leneiucuur
Dr. Chasulxr?That would cost too rnach. There Is
no osrtbiy runaou way the reiuso matter should not
be separated. The bleu has uever yet been properly
tried.
CHANI-LKR'* PLAN OP BTItRKT CLKAMRU.
Comptroller Kkllk?bo you tbiuk tuut lbs Street
Cleaning bureau auould oo separated irom the i'orioo
Department T"
Dr. Cuasuleb?I think tnero sUould bo oue street
Clouuiug Coinmnaiouer, who woulu have enure charge
ol tbia work. .
Comptroller Kklly?Do you uot think that the
placlug ol the work of street cleaning iu the bauds ol
the Police Commissioners teude to otsorgauiae that de
partment f
Dr. Chuudler could not answer that question
directly, out ne was ol the opinion It ought to bu
* taken away irom tho Police Department. What tiro
city required waa a well urgauivced brigade ol about
oue tbousuud sired sweepers. II would bo well to
buvu tueiu uuilormed, aud lUuy oould be procured lor
$1 pur day.
Comptroller Kelly?Uo yoo think able-oodlod men
could be procured lor $1 per day I
Dr. Ciiamplkk?1 think lUoy could.
Comptrol.er Kelly euusiuurod that U would be R
heartless thing to comp-i men With lamilios to sup
port to work lor $1 per day. ,
Dr. Chandler uoutiuuou to explain hie schorno lor
cleaulug the streets, stating that probub.y llity carts
would be aultlcieut to do tbo work. The city could ue
districted uudcr loremon, wuo migbt be held re
sponsible for koopiug their loculmes in proper cuu
oitiou. Neglect oouid bu putnsbed with Unes, aud
utter tho imposition oi tnree hues the party mignt
then bo removed. The sum ol $750,OOU was ample
tor this purpose. Any private oiiixeu would do the
work satisfactorily lor such remuneration.
Comptroller Kelly?Would mat lores ol men he able
to keep the city clear of snow 7
Dr. Chandier didu'l kuow about that. Tney might
keep the gutters and sidewuik clear. Uuder such a
plan the city would nave ono thousand additional
patrolmen. They could be empowered to make ar
rest* lorany violation ol the suuitary code.
Alter some luribor discussion as to ins sanitary
condiiiou of a couple ot the docks aud the eiloct of
throwiug gurbsge Iroui vosaels tutu the river the pro
ceedings terminated. No ociion waa taken upon the
estimates,
BANITA11Y A FEMES.
Tbe cremation of tbe body of the child In tbe leoe
tnoui Louse No. 117 Kaat Fourth street wan yesterday
made itioaubject of n report from tbe Suuiury Bureau
to the board ol Uenltb. Mr*. Hart, the motbar,
allowed tUa chlld'a remain* to ba burned in au ordi
nary stove, and In doing so, It la said, acted under tbo
auvloa ol a reputable physician, a Or. Juiiua UolTmau,
ol No. 237 Kust Tenth street Or. HofTmaa and Or.
Miueky, who signed tbe death eurillloaie, have been
stiuiiuoued to appear belora tbe Beard of Ileal tb on
TuesJuy. It is alleged that tbe cause of doaib as set
forth lu the cortitluata was convuUiuus, whereas, in
lcci, the ublid's ascent# wss due to aevsre scuida.
Pursuant to a lurtbor report trout tbe sianitury Bu
reau ou tbe subject ol contagious msosses lu tue pub
lic schools, tbe Ueultb Coiniuissuiuers passed suuiber
resoluiiou requesung the Hoard ol Kuuculiou to pro
hibit children iroui atteudiug school iu whose fauiines
contagious diseases exist or wtio reams iu upartiueuis
Where sucb diseases exist uuiil all dauger ol contsgiou
shall have passed, the reaolutiuu also provides lor
tue disinfecting of garments worn by persous sick
with contagious diseases
(Tho report ol the Sanitary Iluroau concludes wltb a
reierenuu to the dangerous condition of tue boulo
varus owing to numerous excavations. A resolution
Wus passed uccoruiugl.v rdquestlug tbe propur author
ities to have guard rails put up to provide agaiuti
accident.
ILLICIT STILLS.
Doputy United Htutea Marshals Casbow and O'Oon
nell yssterday soizud an illicit wbiskcy distillery at
No. 06 liarrison avenue, Brooklyu. Tbey louud tbe
still, wblcb Is of copper and of 3UO gallons capacity,
In a hinull two story frame boueu, Tbo oOlcers also
levied ou 8,000 gallous ol mash, a quantity of spirits
and ull the puraphernslla of a fully equipped distil
lery, all of wnich property was lumud over to the
cliuriie ol Marshal Huriow. Dennis Hamotuy was
tugi u into custody ou suspicion ol beiug tbs owner
of ilicstill. U? was arral*hOd beluro tuned Statue
Commissioner Benedict, who held tbe accused to
await examination iu demon of $i,oou bail.
TARDONKD BY TIIK PUKXIDENT.
Patrick Doyle, who was undergoing a term of Im
prtaoumeut lit tbe Kings County l'uuivontiary, to
which place lie wss ssntenced lor keeplug au illicit
whiskey distillery by Judge Benedict, received a
pardou yesterday.
M'DJbiiALOTT UAlLJiL.
James McDtrmott, wbo has boon couflood la tue
Ksymoud Street Jail lor the past two weeks on a
charge of slabbing Charles A. Kumsdan, was yester
du? ad mil ted to oail lu the sunt ol $6,000 Ilia bonds
men are Heury C. Place anu liuocn ueorga.
UNI'AID GO Vb.ltNML>iT TAXLS.
United States District Attorney Teuny moved before
tbe Supremo Court (Jostloa Gilbert) yesterday for an
order granting permission to tbo government to bring
action against Thomas K. Hbarp, as receiver of tbe
properly aud eflaets of tbe Loag Island Kaliroad Com
pany. Tbe action Is brought by ths United Stales to
recover tb? sum of $20,000 tales, with lutolesi sud
penalties, alleged to be due under the Internal K. v.
enuo laws by lUO company. Tbo taxes sorrued be
tween the nates ol oetober 1, isca, and October 1,
lb71, with imprest st tbo rste of one percent per
monib aud apenalty ol live per cent lor non-payment.
Tbe Court granted tbe motion
THE COAL MARKET.
A COWTKMPI ATFD COMBINATION?Til* LPIIIOU
VAI.LKT COMPANY DISHATIHMED WITH TUB
PiiospEcr.
The lntcuded meeting ol the representatives of tba
great eoal mining and currying cumpauies, to ho buid
to-lay, with a view to louu guwa aori ol a '*coiuuiuu
tlou" to help tho coal producing interests ol the coun
try oul or iheir pro.out difficulties, waa tho subject ol
a good deal ol speculative gossip ah> ul Wail street
yesterday. Ibe chief leaiure in connection with iMa
talk waa a rumor to the cllcct tbut Judge Asa 1'uoker,
"I the I.uhigb Valley Company, wuuld nut Join in the
proponed combination. U warn laid that thia
?tutouieot woa made on good authority, bu| on tuvcs- I
ligation it wa* louud to be as difficult to trace as the
averugo Wall street 'rumor. At thu Pennsylvania
Coal Coiupuay's oilloas a IIksalu reporter learued
that Juuge I'seker woe expected to be iu town iu lime
to elleud to-day's meeting, aud hear like tile rest ol
tbum what wus beet to be done. 'J he roporl Ol bis op
position to the scheme ol loruung suiuo sort ol a uom
uiuuliau was not credited. Too treasurer ol thP com
pany said he was in hopes a combination wuuld bo
niuiio, but everything would depend on *.ho terms to
be submitted iur general agreement.
A dealer, oouversant Willi me desirse ol the ooul
trade in tins city itnd elsewhere, said it was no douul
tue general wish ul the trade ihnl u combination bo
forinod, but be had doubts about the feasibility ol
arriving at any settlement Ibsl would be selisieciory
to ull concerned. However, ho said, no one could
reuliy say what this ellort may lead to until alter tho
eoal men had ooiuo to.u'ihcr und cauvussud tuotr in
tiosis. To-uay's mot iiug will show whether a cotn
bliiullon Is possible. It waa cettainly very desirable
lor these companies to do something to save their
properties, oul it wss no ca<y matter to determine
what that something should bo.
HEAL EbTATE.
3,000
TU# aalui mailo on the Uoal Eelula Kxobange yealor
4ay wero a* follow*:?
By BLKTIX AND lf'KLUOY.
Foreeloaure aula F. V. B. h'uniieuy. refer*#? of a
oue atury frame liou.e, witli plot uflau l li*l..'ixw?,
ou avenue A, *. ?. o.ruur al 71at at . tu piatuiHf.. $4,000
BT ICOIT AND MYaiia.
Foru loaure aula?h d ward At. liurghard, referee?of
lb* lour alurjr brick atoro and dwelling; bourne.
Willi loi 30X75, No 703 2d a?? w. ... (W>.3 II. ?. 0f
4.Id at, to piulutitl 8.IXJ0
BY JAMkH k. MILLXK.
Foreeloaure aula?William 0. Truphug.-n. retaree ? of
Olio lot, 23x00 11, n. a of 147th at,, 15U ft w. of 7tU
a?., to W. 1>. Jarvl 1.500
AI?o two lota, each 25x00.11, u. a of Waat I47th at.,
475 It w. ol 7Hi ay., tu W. VI. Odea
BY WILMA# XX.XMKLLY.
Fureoloauro aalo?Frederick*Smyth, referee?of tba
three alorv and bnaeuieiit brick bullae, wltli lot
18.DxDX). 11. No. 135 haat HKHhat . n a , 347.(1 It.
a. ut 4tb ay., to plaluiltf .... 5,000
Total aalaa tor tba day $22.3ou
TUANarKita.
Now at , a. a., 450 ft w of in loo ay., 44x1111 (23d
ward>;0. M. Browar to Thoinaa Clark $3,500
13Htb at., u a , 210 ft. a. of St Auu'a av.. 50xl'>5;
ale i 1 Italita at. u a., 1,11k) ft w. of lloina a*.. 5lix
11)5; also lal at, UO It. a. of Uallroad av.. I7nx
Ilki 123 1 ward); W. Bltua aud wlfo to Elitubutn
Kalllier 8,234
lOlb at. n. a , 474.3 fl. w. ol 2d uv., 23.0x04.11;
lluitry PlelfTui- to Jolin klouuar 12,500
Jacob at., a a., MepltvU J. VV riirbt and wtra to M.
. Cat aw .. 550
41ai at, n. a, 240.4 ft w. ol otn av., 20kirregiilar;
Ituoart lllncltolwuod and wllo to S. 41. Huirort ... 12.250
78th at., a. a, lOO It. a. ot 4ib av.. 28.4x102.2;
I- uualo .Mora to A. H. I'boiiiann 4,500
160th ft.. D. a. 125 ft. w. of Molt av., 25.2x125 t23d
ward) ; U. 1*. Murrta and wllo to K. It Taylor 850
03d *1 , u. a., 85 It. w of i.exiiignin av., 70alUU.A;
alao Mtli at., a a, 225 ft. w. ol Loxln .ton av.. 3Hx
100,5; alao Lexlugton av., o. a, 00.5 n. of 57tli at.,
IKIkJO; Tbo*. McMuiiua and wile to guinea Snxton 1,000
47th at,, a a, 100 It. w. of lotb av., 3o.HvlCtJ 4, 8.
It. I4>>uld to .Vlarr E. Btoinler Noiu.
125tli at., a a., 4185 fl. a. utjtli av , 20xUkl.ll; audio
to Nona.
52d at. u. a, 150 It v. ol lOlta a?., 25x100.5; B.
Mallurd to 8.,A. Kuburg Nora.
SOlli at., n. a., 325 ft. w. ol lltb av., 25x08.0; Allrod
Hlewitt aud wlla to 1* Hluwitt 10,250
50tn at, a. a, 30II.U ft w. ol av. A, 25x100 5; C.
Brook* (reloru#) to II. N. Poud 0,000
5tllh at., a. a., 281.0 It. w. of av. A, 25x100.5; auiuo
to aamo 0.000
60UI at. a a, 250.(1 It. w. of av. A, 25x100.5; aunio
to-nine 0,000
1121b at, a. a. toi It. W. or av. A, 10x100; J. U.
Sinclair irafureo) to A. U. Mlddlrtoii..,.. 5,(100
152d at. u. a, 4O0.5 It w. ol i'ubllo Drive. 24.7x
1011.10. II. vV kunnody (referral to K. C. Coiubaa. 5,000
13lat at, a. a., UOO It. w o| Dili av., 50a08 11; A. 11.
dale (referee) to J. M. 11. Dwight 2,000
Watt at (No. 12c, (1. W. Hardiu iraferoo) to P. A.
II. Jackaon . 7,000
7th. av.. w. a. 30 11 It a ol 127tb at. 10.1(K3O;H.
ilurab (laluraej to Manliattun Ulu Inaurancu Cum
tiuuy - 12,000
162d at. u. a, 25(1 It w. of Public Oriva, 50. lOx
100.10; K. U. SUafar (raldraui to It C. Co in boa .. 0,500
HObTUAUkt
Mara, Padro. Jr., to P. Mora. a. a of 5tb av., n. of
U2d at.; lllyeara 55,000
Tbumaun, Aiuand 8. aud buebnud, to P. Mora, a. a
or 7Hth/t. a. ol 4tb av ; 1 year.. 1.000
WuUur. Albort and wlla. lo 11. LtCira. a a of 41 at
at. between lOUt and lltnava.; 3 yeari 2.4UO
liurdwnn. Aaron and wile, to Mary E. Patten. No.
142 Mulberry at,; 1 year 7,700
Clark, Tlioinaa and Wlla. to U. B. Uaymoud. a, a. of
New at (24tb ward); 1 year 200
Urlnnell, K. A, and huabau.l, to H. P, Uogara, n, a
of 34llt at. a. nf 7tb av. ; ft 40,000
Ideauu, Maria, to P. Wograut. *. a. of Diviatun at.,
batwuuu ? ulgera and Jetferaou ate,; 3 yoara 4.000
Dlaliecker, Mvaea. to 8. llaroo, w. a. of av. B; 5
yaara 6,000
Mills, Jauioa M? to S. T. Brown, a. ?. of 5tli av., be
tweou 1 lib and 12th ata.; 6 .t aura 10,000
11 Ills. A. H.. to C. Hull amy, w. a. of Monroe av i24th
ward;; 3 year*. 8,500
klaa lid.aricti aud wlla, to K. Fletcher. Nov 100 Jdar
car at.: 3 youre 20,000
Same to S. scliwerta. No. IH0 Mercer el.; 1 year.. 2.UU0
Wright, Cbarlaa 8. end wife, to J. L. Ulolu, a. a of
4tn at, w. of Jauo at.; 1 yaur J. 2,1)00
Cooper. William II. aud wile, to L'uitod Btataa Truat
Company. No. 347 VVcat 2let It.; 2 yeara 4,000
Lynd, uobarl It. tu J. It smith, a. a ut50tb at, u.
of..tb av.: 0 muiilba 20.500
Loiighrati. John, to Roto McAdam, a a of 24lb at,
a. ol 3d av.; 2 yearn. 2.501)
T
Kl'aOPKA A STEAAISIUPII,
UK AMERICAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY
OK Pll 11. A OKI.I'll I A.
PHILADELPHIA AND LIVERPOOL I.T.N R.
The only transatlantic lino aalltiig nnder the AMRIII
CAN FLaO. Eulllug every THURSDAY from PhUadai
phla and WEDNESDAY lrum Liverpool.
THE KKD STAR-UNR STEAMSHIPS,
earryluir tba Balglan ou t I uiiod Mala* iniula. Sailing
ovary 12 daya vtcrnataly from t'blladaluhia and Naw York.
Direct and only
TO ANTWERP.
Per raloaof paatntre and nther Information apply to
PKTKM W ItlOIIT A HIlNH Doner .I Agent*.
307 Walnut at.. Philadelphia. 52 Broadway. Now York,
JOHN MuDONALD, Agent 8 Uattorv place.
OST DTK KPT AN D Kt: i ?NO MIC A I. BliUTK TO
IIU1.LAND, HKI.OIUM, THE RHINE, hWITKKR
I,aM?, AC.. AC., VIA UUTTbHOAM.
Hleaiuar CaLAND December 20
Btuaiucr 8CIIIKDAM lauuary 3
I lice beautiful ate iinara, carrying tlio tolled Statue
mall to the Nclberlanda, aro ureal favorltaa with the
public.
1 rlp> regular, ratot low. comfort and living perfect
For freight, tor p*?a.ige,
PUNCH, KDYE A UO. L, V(. MORRIS.
27 Smilb William at. 50 Drna iway
iMorria' Eon bean and Amarieau E^xureaal.
HAMBL'KC-A VJKiUC N PACRivT COMPAN Y'n U.NK
for Plymouth, Cherbourg aud Hamburg.
tJIMBKI A Dae. 13 | Kitlr.lt Dec. 27
UKLLERT Dec. 20 | L.KMMINO Jan. 3. 1878
Katraol paaaaga to Plymouth. Loudon. Cherbourg. Ham*
bnrg aud all poluta lit England Hr.t Cabin, 4IOU, go d:
Second Cabin, $IKI, gold; Meerugo $3n. currency
KU A II A 111) I A CO.. C. H. ..ICII AHD A BOAS.
Ucneril Agenla, Oenaral Pa??eiigur Avanta.
01 Broad at Naw York. (II Broadway, Naw York,
ilk A T WK H T h K N^l IKvMHI HI' I. INK
to BRisrm, (knuland) uiheot,
aalllng from pier 18 I'.aal Klvcr. aa lollowa;?
aUKAUON, Capiaiu symona Thure lav. l'acamber 13
CiillNW Al.1i. Captain Wlliiamt... .Saturday, Dacembur 20
Cabin pa.aade, $50, $'K) and $70; Intermediate, $43;
Ktuai ag?. $30 .
Saturn tirkele at favorable rataa; prepaid Steerage Car
llScatoa. $20. Apply to W. U. .MoltUAN, Aaant, 70 South it
tlas mail link,
AkoR wiiiir INDIES AND BOUTH AMERICA.
Regular bi monthly tailluga Iroiu plor 51 North River, aa
lolluwa : ?
For IIAYIT. COLOMBIA, ISTHMUS OP PANAMA aud
HOI'I'll PACIFIC PORTS (via Aapltiwall)
KTN A Daeambar 15
ANDES..,,. Uece lunar 2S
For Klngatob (Jam.) aud HAYTI
Al'LAt Decani bar 20
Klrat claaa Rrltleli built Iron aleamera. Huparlor Aral
claaa paaaetieer R( (iimin datlona.
1'IM, PwllWiJuD A CO., UanarM Aganta
No. 50 Wall at.
CIUNAHd"LINE?? B. AND N, A. R. M~8 1 CM
/ NOTIOK.
With a view to dlmlnlab tba cliaucua of colllalou tba
at?aiuaraul thiallue tuka a apuclllc cuurw fur all aouai.ua of
tba your.
On tba outward pataaga from (Jdaenatowo to Now York or
Boalou cruaaitig tin. meridian ol .Hi at 43 latitude, or noth
ing to tba north ul 4.1.
On tlie homeward paanaga croaalng the meridian of 5U at
42 latitude, or nothing to the north ul 42
NEW YORK TO LIVERPOOL AND yUKKNHTOWN
ALoKRU Wad., Dec. 10 1 ABYn.-tlsIA...Wed.,Jan. J
BofllNIA Wad., Doc 2d | I'AllTUIA Wed. Jan. 0
Cabin paaaaga. $S() aud ID*), gold, according to ac
eommodallou. The ?0" paaaage it a e|.octal low rata fur
winter moniha. Saturn tlckela on lavnrabia tarrne Blear
ago lluketa to and from all pariaof Europe at vary lew
ratea. Praigbt and paaaage oltloe, No. 4 Bywllrig liraeu.
r 11 A I; I. I. - r# KRA.NCM.YN. A .ant.
NiTIONAL LINp. PIERS 44 AN i) ..l NORTH itl V KK.
for L<>M>oN (Victoria Dock*)
Oreeco . .But . Duo 15 1 M | Italy Sat , Dec 20. 12 M
K'.R (Jt'UKNaT*'WN AND LIVERPOOL -- ?
Egypt, H.<t.. Due 22, 7 AM | Knglaiirl, sat . Jan. ft, ?1:3? AM
Cabin. $3.1 to #70, c urrency ; aleerage, WD, Dratta Irt.rn
XI Ufiwwril wu m<1 ul vorjr low ratea. in v'n ? ftlom, till
HD'i 73 BronUw^jr. K. W. J. li L ilh T, M?uMg#r,
'OKI'II OKKMAN LLOYD
Uuo, o?iiw??in Ntw York, Boaih?aipi?D,
Loii'lon, IlKfre uml Hreiiioiu
N.
Company'* pier l,.ot of 2d all. liubokuu
No ataaiu.r Saturday. Doc. Ift | WKHKK, Saturday Doc "0
ODER Saturday, Dae. 22 I DON AU...Saturday Jan 3
Kate* of pataage from Naw t ork to Sootbaaptua, Lou
don, Havre and Kruruun
Kiret e?bln,$|(ki gold ; yerond cabin, $(Ki gold' a toe raw.
ftg),. urrancy. Saturn ticket, at reduced ratek PraMId
ataaragu certillcatra 4-H, cm reucy. '
Tor freight or pa,a aa apply to
ORLRIi.Hs $ 00., 2 Botallng Green,
\kf II.SON LINE ii> VoUIIaMpTJr AMy hi Z
?? Bailing Irom Eagle nuir, ilobokuu, aa lollowa;
III >Dot) Du arah.r 22 | < <T. a . To i ,u
L,m'AiN|' ',' ? U*rr ?'* ' 0",ELLo'.'.'.V,P. biu.r' 2
Ura .Labin.SJj earr. u. y. hxcurelon Tlekita on vary
l"v "i'lnTr u"":.' y,':" '"ii. CHAEiii
GKtwll*TMKW*!orVaTno Hav'kVVvia plym
UANaDA 4i'N"Mh R'?" loot of Morton it.
a y I. HKih? "eecmbor ?s. 10 a. M.
I asii vViIi J'""**1* Wednaaday. January 0, 0:W) y. M.
? . i. i k!J' * adaaeday. January 23, 0 A. M.
For Iralgbt or paaaaga api.L to
MJUlM ilJt Mkm A.N. Agaul, 50 lltalvaf.
s
w
RI'ItOPK.% V KTKAMSIIIM. _
I inked state.- Mah' Link.'- steam dj gUKB.xo
L/ lOiVN tND LIVERPOOL.
?tuiltu' mi
fiom pitr r?H ?*?rtU Khur. lo?l^nwrlM it.
Idaho !?? ??. IH 1 M | Wi?wii iu ... >.
VN y.?tnin* . ' A. M | ?! t?utuu.d... .J*u tt. A. *.
C?tHn. $.V?, US and r7V currau"t.
Ini?rm* ute. ??'?: *-'*1
Pa.-seugers I, I J 1. an I rr.iui Purls, Hamburg, Norway,
Swede-. if. Draft# on 1 ruinnd, Lijgl iud, Kreiice and Oer
ninny at lowest r*i WI(1 ,Al|H >t fidoX. 20 Uroadwey.
tSTiK PORTLAND (OltKiltiNi AMI HAN KRANCIHCO,
r vie -u.ilu.il Magellan.
'(So elegant ii# ? -if mshlp OlthiJoN. Captain Conner.
h ill -nil #i #iniii. tr.'iii N? w \ "fk about the Uili of J euunry
K?rfrelgbl?r?...^..pplJiUKDKBu.|t gc)|J|lDT
Nil 1 South William at.
TaTK i ink r . i"Lam:d\v . i.Tve it pool, ovi
LIN. ill'.i.r' if>I ANU LONDONDERRY.
Hal I in ii lri.ui (ili-r 42 .M.i Hi l?ly# r. I mil of Canal at.
ST #TK i>K VlltiilNIA 11.iir-.lay. Deterabor 11
STATc. OF UfcUKlil 4 lhuraday, December 27
ar..K UK I Mil ANA I liorsduy. January 9
Plrat Cabin, 85-5 anil (T'>, aororJIn* t? n.'f"ininudailona.
Return cckei# ?t reduced rata#; seeoad Cabin. 81U; Steer
nun #Jtf, Auu'v ta
41 HTIS MALUM IS' A Cl>.. Agent*. No. ,2 Broudwev.
-TIERAOE TICKETS AT I. BROADWAY. AND AT
tiie company's i'ii-.'i i'1'"! <>y ? anal at., n. h.
r?MOIl"tSii i NITBD HI'A'f f.N M AIL RYBAMBBC
A* ' NKW YOICK AND ULAHI.ua.
caLIPoKM A.Doc. l.'?. uu.iu | YD To III 4 ? Dec. 20, noon
t'l l lOl' V. I, . 2-2. 7 A. VI. BOLIVIA .. J an. 5.0A. H.
io ulah'.''-v. LIVERPOOL wit di-.kry.
NKW VOUK. TO LONDON DIRECT.
UTOPIA 1 i?c |ft, noon i ALHA11A.. life. 23, 7 A.
Cabin $55 to 8T<?. according to accommodation.
fai.ui Excursion Hoke!* at reduced rate#
badHid Cabin. $40; .-ticing*. $28.
Drafts l?-u. il lor aiiv uiiioiint at currant ratea.
Comp .il>'- pl.ua. Sua -JO and 21 North .(Ivor. Saw Yorfc
IIKXDKK80N BROS.. Agent#, 7 Howling (Ireau.
' 11ITK ST All LISU.
ROYAL MAll. STEAMKHA.
Kor Uueeuetowu aud Liverpool. ealHu ?' w- akly from Now
York .hi riiur?.lay# or Saturday* aud lrom Liverpool on
' Vb v# I o k ui.' u I? line take tba Ian J route# rccom
man.If <1 by Lieutenant Maurv. H. H. .V. going aAnlh ol lb#
IIaii#? on tho passage to gu. nn.loWQ all tire year round.
CKLTD ..Saiuroai.li ciivcer lo..... ? ?#i * 3'
ilhllMANlf. Haiurday. Uacouibrr 22 ?O.m'A. *.
IIVLTIC, ihuradav. Ilecaiubar 27 ;.V
Krum White Star dovk. i.l.-r :.2 Sortu Ulv#r.
Kalu#?Miluou. ?AII>. > and dim'. In gold, lteluru tlokaM
on monouabl# tnriu#. stu?raire, #i2H, ciirrwiicy
saloon#, atuterooina. ?uiukliiic ?n I liatb room# are plaoad
anii.i#lilp?, wliern Ill# uoiao aud luoilou ar# loaat, anordlu#
a dairrua ol eomlort li.therto miattaluabU at #?a.
Kor ln#Pdcilou ol plan# an J other information apply at
th. .o.up.i.y, ?lb.:o, .1. rtro .dway.Saw
InvTan I.IS'K ltovvl. MAIL BTKAMBBI
KOK OUKENSTOWN A Mi LI VKHI'IMIL.
CITY UK KlfllMONI) Haiurday, Doseinbar Ki, l r. *.
tllTY OK llltL'S-ICLd Thursday, DoCembrr 20, 2 P. St.
CITY OK BKIfLIN ..Saturdav. Daiiambdr 23, 1 r. M.
Krorn pirr to Nurtu Liver.
Cabin. 880. $hij and ?I00, ifuld. lieluru ticket* on Tavof.
ab a term# Htuarag#, i|i2H. nurranoy. liralt# at loweat ralefc
baloona. .lateroo.u., .muainy Tgout.
15 aud H2 Krna.lway', New York.
UMTKO H f ATKrt PAhHI'OKT Ml! KB A U.?>OK YIOJAi
Ka.api.rti of tbo l?.ipartin..iii ol State i??uod at I o?l Ol
II,.a HuildlMK. lourili tlo..r. l ake eluvator at north #ro*t cor?
OOJUTW1IB sir.v iisiiii's,
P~XilKlC MAIL AMI K.SAM v'TKANHIT HTfiXSf
81111* LIN118.
Kor CALIFORNIA, JAPAN. CHINA. AUSTRALIA. NEW
ZKALAMl, Ulthlsll COl.L'Mlll^. OlttUOS. AU.
aulilun from pier foot of Canal #L, North Bljer.
Kur HAN KIIASCIHCO, via IbTilMi 8 OK I'aNAMA.
Btoaiuauiu ACAi'ULCO Saturday. December H
ronuecliuir lor Central America and S'.utU Kai l?? P"rt??
Krru HAN KKANC18CO TO J A I* ANI AN U CHI N A,
fstHHtllHllIn 13 i i f N A .... aeeTl K S U A Y , J II Ull Hfy 1
Krotu HA S VkaNOIHCO TO 8ANDW1CII INLANDS,
AUSTRALIA AND NLW ZEALAND.
Btean.al.lp ZBALASDIA ... ......Jlutid.*. Deremberhi
Kor Irulgbt or paa?age apply ?t compua) a oIDce.
tl Bowling tlreen. SnwVurk.
EW YORK AND HAVANA DIRi Cl' MAIL LINK.?
rtii.ae tli.l cl*** #teitiiuhip# wilt ?*ll at 3 P. M. from
plur 13 North Blrur, foot of Oudar >1 , for Havana direct, a*
Cl'ydV. Saturday, Decniniior t5
COLU MBCJh.' ....Wodueadajf. Docmcer 29
Kor Iroubt and paaaage, having uiuurpa#*od accommo
dations appl^r to, oLyI|K t rQ No 0 Bowling Oreao.
MfKBLLAK, LI LIMU A CO.. Agantal* Havana.
BW TURK AND ci ,t.t MAIL Mj.AMSiill' LIN I
KOIl HAVANA.
Ylagnlllcnnt accommodation# lor paaaengar*.
Sailing THURSDAYS n? lolbiw#. from plar 17 Kaat River,
at 3 I*. .M.:?
NIAOAR.V fnewh 3.-2U5 tu,i?. Curt*.. Tbumday. Doc. LI
8ARATOOA (new), 2,383 ton#, Hundherg.. fhuralay. Dec. 20
JAMI S K..WAKD A Co.. No. 113 W all at. ,
tfhOtUDA DIBBOT. -BT8AMBBB LKAVK KXrR3tt
r K.aat lllvcr o*nrv Krlday. at 3 P. M , tor Kernandlna,
Kia., loncliiiig at Brunswick and Port Royal. CITY Or
liALI. AH Captain llimi#. will aail December 11 I liroogj
lielubt and pa.#ago rale# given to all points lu the Hoiitt
and southwest by 0. II. MaLLOKY A CO., Agenta, 151
Maiden lauu
/\LD DOMINION STKAMslllK COMPANY,
?ailing from pior 37 North River,
for NORFOLK, i ITY I'oJNT and RICHMOND, TUBS#
DAYS,TilUKsbAYS AND SATI lDAYS, at > P. ???<:??
nncilug with the Virginia and Toiiiie?#ee Air Line, AtlantlO
('oast Lino, l'leduioiit Air Line. Chesapeake and Ohio Rail
road and with the company'# steam Rue to Interior porta Id
North Carolina and Virginia.
MvWB.-.RN and WaHiIINHTON N. ^ (vln Norfolk),
every TUESDAY, TH U R8DAY and SATURDAY.
LKWK8, DeL, MONDAY and lllUR-DAY, ?ISP. M
cnnnectlng with the Maryland ami Delawnro railroad*, and
lor itKHOBOTH HKAOll and OLK vN UIY.
l'a?#iiger acoommodatlon un-urpassed. _?i-,?
'ihrough p??#ouuer ticket#aud lill ? oj lading to all p ?
at luwc?t rate# Insurance to Normlk, Ao. , et )4 pur oeut.
Krolirlit# received dally at pier :'7 Nor lb 1
olbou No. 197 tlr#ePWicA ?L N. L. MoOitBADY Prealdent.
XT Y.. UaYaMA AND Mi.NIC,v.N MAIL ? 8. LIMB,
JN . KltKIiJHT AND PaSSAUB RBDUCItD.
Steamer* Icavii pier No 3 Norm lllver at 3 P. M.,
koh Havana DittKcr.
CITY OP VKHA CRUZ. Van Sice..Haiurday. Dec. 15. norm
CITY OK MKK1DA. Reynold. Saturday Dec 21)
CITY OK W AHilINOTON. Tliiimvrmai.il M #d., J an g
KOR V K if A OKUd AND NKW ORLEANS.
Via Havana. I'rogreso, Cauipeacliy, Tnapan and (ample*
CIIY OK M Kill OA. Reynold* Saturday, Uee. M
Steamer- will leave New Orloan* Deceuiner lb aud Ja?
uury (J Inr Vera Crua, New York aud all the above porta.
K, ALEXANDRE A son.-. 31 and93 Broadway. '
OROAN'S LINK. To NI.'A 1)1:1.1. tNS AND TBXAA?
Tbo aieaniurs will aall from pier 3d North River, aa fol
MokuAN CITY Saturday. Deremimr 1.5
NKW YOLK Wedneeday, December 13
ror New Orleans direct, transferring l?*?? Ireigbl there
to Morgan'# Louisiana and T. xaa Railroad anil Morgan a
?teaniablp# lo Teaaa port# Through bill* of lading #tgna<l
t . all poiula ou the Mlaal*#lppi River, Mobile, i?alv??tott,
lndiauola Corpua CbrDlt, RockporL Hraaoa sautiago,
llrowiiavillc aud to all point# on the llomtou alio lexn*
Cuntral. fexa# Pacltto. Trail*, oiitliioutal and HalVoaMn,
llarrl-biirg and San Antonio railroad*, rrelghta lor SL
Mary'# aud Kultoii lauded at Kocknort.
i nsurane ? can be elftictntl under opon policy of tlie llnn.
?In New Orleans, \ per cent; to if xa. port., i| Der ceuk
Kor trelglit or other Insinuation apply In MOliBRad
Moicoa.n. Aranta,oWm 3d North Kivf. __
1 lAUl'Ak, N. s.. AMP -1. J'illNS, N. K.
1 J CROMWELL LINK.
rtuamshlp ALII AM BRA will leave pier 10 North Rival
KKI HAY, Dacomher 21, at 3 I* M- Knr Ir. Ight or p*?**ga
apply to CLARK .V NBA M IN. 89 91 -.t -t
vfkw oRLRANS dThBCT. ?IliB CIIO11 WELL LIMB
X# steamship HUDSON, Saturday, December 15. at 3 I.
M., lrom pier ? North Klvor. , . . ,
Thrnui'h olila of lading alvo" to Mobile and prlnelpol
point# "II the Miaalaalpul River K..r freight or passage ap
ply to OLA KK A Hit A M A X . MH West at. __
SoRKAT ASOUTIIBKN KRK1HHT AND I'AS-KNHKH
LINK, CENTRAL RAILROAD OF JIHORHIA. ATLAN
TIC AND t.ULK RAILROAD. AND OhOROlA AND
FLORIDA INLAND STEAMBOAT COMPANY.
SAN SALVADOR, If.mplor 11! K. R ....llmraday. Doe. 13
CITY 11K M ICON Iroiu pier 13 N. R....batttrU#y. Due. 15
II. LIVINOSTON. Itnm pior 43 N. It T.iead.iy. Deo. )??
BaPIDAN, iron, pier HI I. K ?... Thursday. DoO. JO
Kor Ireigbl or pa.-.go ????"?? OItuE yoNUU.
Agent Tue.day
Agurit# Thursday ateamer*, 8i South it
C D. OWENS, UBf'RoK YoNnK.
Agent A."A <1. R- K..315 B'way Ag. ui C. R. R.. 4<*i B'Wd?
voou s tss tIT N P \ I \ ST. AUt)U>TI!fK, KLA.
FsVf.mshlp SAS ,14. INTO will *>11 from SAVANNAH,
D, cumber'21 and January I Connaetlng ?toumer CHI
Oi MAOO.Vle.v-a New >->#. or end 2n.
MURRAY. Kr-RHls A CO . <'2South at.
fpnu SnSrIU N. I' . S'. J too AND ('11'. N I-U EOOB,
F Cu m "Regular mall steamship GARONDBLBT will
..,|l lrom pier No. 10 East River. Weilunadav. Jauuary 3,
1H7H. at 3 I' M. Ml:R.I (V. FK Ills A ? O.. frl 8 nth ?4._
rns XAS LINK KOR ilALVKSI'oN,'TOUOHIMI AT Ke-Y
J WeaL-Steamer CITY ?'K llOUHroN. Captain stavan*
all, -ail Saturday, Dneomher l;>. at 3 K. M., from piaf 3D
bastifivsr. I lirougli rat.,# ol freight and ? ills of lading
SIveii ovsr all rallrnao# I the -lairs and In Corpus ' brlstt.
laso# Santiago, Rorkpart an i Brwwnsvillo. iraiglit lor
84. Mary's and Kulton land.-d at Kudfepoft, Kor Irelgbt and
pas#* 'f (liavmg auncrior ace<immo,1*tiona) apply to C. II.
MaLLOKY A CO.. I Ml Maiden l*n?
TllAA KI,!,KItM' UUDK.
R"i)((:riON OK KABKS TO HOvlO.s A.<o A Li,
points s.a-t via I *H River Line. 43 to >*?**<>*
ainu ticket# <k'i. MaenlHuunt aleaine's NKW I ORT anJ
OLD COLONY l#*ve pier 2d North River de.ly (Sntidaya
eaaepted). iitdlki P, Mfull night's .? #11 Uve morning
train# from rail ILver lo Boston. Tlokets lor aale at ail
principal ticket offices.
T
iO PHILADELPHIA
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
TUB OLD ESTABLISH Ell KOI TK AND KllORT LINE
Hi I W EI N
NKW YORK AND I'll ILADKLPHI A.
14 ihrongh trains tact) war dally; 3 d pot* in i'hlladalphU*
9 lu New V .rk.
Double track, the roost improved equipment, and the
lastesl tlm# corisisteul with absolute surely.
ON AND APTER NOVEMBER 12. 1477.
Bkprees trains leave New York, via Deebroeea# aud Oort
laiglt street Icrrle.. as loilawet
7 2*i. s :2ii. ?, ill *i I tuiiedi II A. M., 1.4. -10.7, HjSC
and ? P. M. Suudaye. 3 A. M., 5, 3, tt oki, 7, 8:.k) and *
1*. M
liti Ate of "Hr??okiyn Ann<*?" connect with nil vhroit^ti tratm
?I J?r*?y ? H> . ? ly Aiidair#cl trAn?r?r for
ll.'tun,Rm'tra*"'le*?" Philadelphia 3:20. 3 VI. 7 7 M. \
S *! ?n"d II ?. M. (Limited expre-s I :35 P ll.). 2 4.
s u> 7 aud 7 215 P. M., aud 12 midnight. On Sunday.
S;Sr4i*5 7 S. M.S'iA M .4.7 2I5P M. and 12 mlduiguU
iL uet olttuee. 5'Jtl and 344 Broadway, No. 1 Aator Hone*
and lot#i ol lleahrodae* aud Curtlandt ate.; No. 4 Court #4.,
Hrooklvu' Nos 111. 11'1 and IIS lludsoii el., Uu-iofeoni
Depot, Jersey City; E-uigranl I ickel o.Uoo. No 8 Balteri
place. ^ p I'aKMKR, (Jeaeral I'aaaengor A eat
PRANK THOMSON, Oeunral Mautger.
rpilE OLD 111 II ABLE STONI Nil TON LINK POrt
I Hueton. ?Not a trip imesol In eev in coTieeduttva Tear*
Elegant ?teamer* leave Dora plot 83 North River, foot of
j'av It, at 4 3D P. M. dally leacepl Sn idayt).
narealtf r the steamboat oaorca* train will laavo stoning
tonatliSDA M. .
I'rovldein a line (Irelgbt ontyi .taam -ra from P*o? 98
Noilh Rieor, loot of Warrau at., at 4 I". M.
KXCI KSlUtt.
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If) rilHIilU. ll.x si.-usin, WI-.I. ?arsin m, -o
ud Thursday, 2Dtli. steamer 8ETII LOW ioavlng liar
mn, at., Norlh Illvar. 7 l>; D'th at., North River. 7^l<t
sin eh. Baal River. 7 : ?5; Pier 27, Kaat Hirer. A:10; loot
nl Wblteliall ???, lletlery, HfJO A. M. flraete $1 . cod
tnehia and unit an hoard t good cod^aa^hlaoh^elilag^^

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