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(rutial. ASSORTMENT CHOICE DWELLINGS.?Dl'O'ilN A l.'ltussM AN, Aicliii'-cts, 03 East 41m. 1'rire lilt not, 4*Mribluir "How a toud house -houM be built." "?jr blkoant koTjr htuulv rrom-n htoxb .Alio*.?; cabinet flnl.h, $14,("Hi. Apply 'Jti Kn?t 7 tli ?t. Ti a ha?'kiki>:e new kour TuTitv stunk _/\llou.o I in i u-o iu oltiru ol J AM E i J L' UtiE. Huilder, corner ii!'tb M. itad Lexington av. *?.? E.V T 08TII HI' HJK SALE IJ It l'O KEN T. UN . a * fnrn i-h.ni ilus verv attractive JO loot Hou?e; ol?K??t Mirrors; fine order: price lav; immediate p.j.ius-ion. E. li, LUuLuW A CO., 3 1'ine it, mid 1.1.JO Broadway. Kui-i klilr. n()R SAI.E OR LEAS I-?THE EOl'R STOUT BTORbM, J? Ill CIitTiind 241 Pearl sts., 3H feot <>a eaeh, depth 107 feet. l'.trlle. desirinu tlron^'. well uuiU Stores may ?d dr iu OWN K, mit00. Fust office. alO LET OK Kolt SAW.-THREE OK TIIK NEW AND . verv desirable Houses on uortu Hide of lOd ?!., HO lent colli of 4t!i ? . to ?innii hiio strictly private fami its. Ap ply oo memisat at all bour?. W eat Siil?' AT LOW PRICE?HOUSE AND LOT 21 VESTRY nenr Hudson; modem improvements. OWNER, 4(5 V out ?<>tli ?t. T>A0l?IC HOTEL A.NO KURNITURE-PO* SALE AT J abarKain. by order ol tbu executors, to cloao the estate el i ho late Johu FatIM; comprising numbers 170. 172 aim 174 (about sii lert lront on) (iro'iiwicii St., thl..city; fully and completely furnished ; no? is md ha* been tor many yenrn iu ?tieoe?#Iul on ration. Woll and lavoralily known a> a #2 per May business hotel. Kor humor iuioriuation, apply to HOMER MOBQAN, Aifoin, 2 I'ine at BU(H)UJiV.\ PKOPEKTY FUR SALE A\ 1) TO KENT. rpo LET?TitE .-fuENlil f? KhSUiENoE'^SHT"" ITtt X i olurubia Heights, U>-ar l'ierr?pout St., Brooklyn : lull four story stone lront bijt'i stoop basement and cellar, with all impcuvemoota and in flnu order, offered at the low rem of Ifl.i"") und immoiii 'to uossentiou. Apply to VVIbL lAM II. OUNMNli, No. 20 Nassau at. (Tnrner Bullaiui;), K> w Yore. WESTCHESTEH GOCXTY PROPERTY VOlt SALE UK TO RENT. A* ?HOUSE to RENT CHEAP. NEAR Tft'bJtOltT ? Hepot; Si rooms, t;as. water, ouru II AltO, 25 lk-ck man. VTEW THREE STORY A NO K ASi.M K NT Hi; ICR X'l Stores and Dwellings to lft. on Main ?t . Tarrytowo. WENDELL. 70 Malaen lane. JERSEY CITY, HOBUKEN. Hl'DSON CITY' A.YU HERGES REAL. ESTATE. For AIEINE HOUSE, JERSEY CITi UEIUHT*. FOR small Karin. uue boar, Jersey CemraL 40 Moutk'omory it., J e rsoy City. - ' PROPERTY' OUT OF TIIK CITY FUR MALE UK TO RENT. Bargains In ~ne^~jk1*skv"" a?T? tlMSiA Karats?100, C<?, 74, 70. 107.15l? New Jersey, uroud build well fruitetl; 11M>. 450, 600, 1,15<J2,J(X) Vir^ioia, to exchange, ^ood BuildiiiKA* FKROUBOX, *2 Sew Church. N OLE WOOD.?TO LfcT l/NFU UM8HKD, a FIR 'oct trem; ten routnn, cauiuet flnUh. hard wood 8t?ir? and mantels, bay Mrioaown, lnrice plaint, bathroom, fur nace. grates, tanK, well, cistern, standing wash tuu?, every couveuience; nearly ncre of irround; une\coptlnnablo Deiirb'>orhood; healthy, no xaoa'iuitoes, churches hII de< Buminations, splendid drives; hotiso four minutes from depot. Apply to room 29 JDroxel Huildint;, Wall and Broad tin., New VorK. OR SAUK?IN GKHM\NToWN% JPMILADELPIUA. a strictly cash Grocery business, sales avffra^in&c t?rer >150 per day. This is a rare opportunity lor a business mau wanting to mtk? a sate investment. Kor further par ticulars apply at 4,83'J Main St., liorruantowu av., Philadel phia. *17" I KG I > IA LANDS.-VALl'AMhK THaCTs* OF Y Graisin^ Land on Potomac Kiver, 30 miles south of W ishiu^tou; 31)0 to l,2f>0 acres; also inland Farm* of all ?ises and orices. couvenient to rail depot anu boat; climate spiendid. Write for particulars to C. BaKKh>K, Hroasa statlun, Stafford coanty, Virginia. Tell him what descrip* tlon of property you waut. "TUis is the climate to recu perate the fasblt." HEAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE. Exchange for city house-choice house nod Grounds New Brighton; health, view, surround Inps uusurpas?ed. COLLINS, 26 I'ine st. IIOK SAUK?OK EXvJllA.NGE for CITr~Ott COUN try Property, a very valuable Patent. KRANK FlSiJitLElN. l,6H0 3tl ay.. Now York city. I^OR >Ai.h, OK EXOUANOE~kor Sl-.W VOICE OK S? Brooklyn frouerty ?A dualrabie House ana itroiin<ls, Willi si able, in E!>za?etli, N. J. ; equity about $12,Q(J0. Address OWN UK, Eiiz.tbe'Ji. N. .1. 'orill, exchange eq itir in liomtly mort ?" vaeed, very valuable ami desirai/le Proporty near city, ipuventent to ferries, for a flrnt class improrod Farm. Ad ?resa XL. , box 14d lloralil oificn. \VANTEI>?A >AKM. FOR A HOUSE IN ELEOANT ?? order, contrally located in this city ; equity $10,000. Address uWShR, ill lid av. REAL ESTATE MANTEL. Wantku to" buy?a ihjl'se not above feofB T? nt. Ayyly tip West 5"th. _ _ TO LET FOR BUSINESS PlllPOsi!,^ B" EKNETT BLILDlXVl. ~ corner of Kultnn nndNasf ?nst* Several Offlre^. in this building to 1 t at grently reduced rents. Tbe offices will be a.turou to suit tenants. The litiiidine is beatod by steam, and each oflice hat Washaiand and water iu it. Two elevators running. No extras. JOilN L. KNIOHT, at the bnildiBK. 1 T I.OW RtSTS-KlNK STOltE AND LOETS, TO jTY-icetber or senarate. Ur?-e iron bulldinir, and 41 l^tb It., aenr Broadway. OWN t'.f., 4d SVest Jliih st. EoFts TO LET-^WITH OR WITHOUT HTf.AM Power: steam elevator; well ligbtod; modern IraproTa menis. -14 > East 2'ttn st. PWKLLIXO iioi nks to UW. ^uinialiert. Handsomely fCENisiiEo house to let-os Kaot St., near i'arit av,: ladr Ntory hlirli *toop brown atom.-. 20 leot wl'le; rent very low to a private hu ll;. IIOM. it vioito an. No. a i'ine SI. T" 0 LET, fUilNltlliEL??A TliHEE"bTORT 11 litII atooo brown (tone llow. replote with Improvements to s aood tenant clieap: within liatf a block oi oi?vated rail road depot, just east of i.exinct<>0 ar. JaMEM ROWE. 0T1 3d ?r. 9 1 WfcSI 4HH1 ST.?TO LfT. rUut.Y kurjhsijed, ?i"X?lrtr.int foor atory brown (tori* lull at?ad Ilouaa ; rent |^l >0 per nM>&tli. will I-a.aa for three to Ave yenra; can bo lean on application; poaaoadon immediately, Addroaa KEVIN W. BUTLER,41 Pulton <t, .New York I ntnrniiiitm. AKDSOME MODhltN KOCH -TORT HOUSE, BOTH at.. naar M?di?on av ; rent f l.wo. II iHIODaL^ A CO.. 3 Wnt 23d at. H VIU It RAT HILL."?POUB STORY BKOWN KTOXK iYl lime ior aula or to lot, turnl.licd: i-ooit order ; newly palntea ihronglnint. uWlkR, I ID rut XMi M. IO ? U UK KM-, M.-i ;OOK, AT I'Ol ~KE TBllllk KAC f ) | lory, 33J Broadway, 1 to 2 o'ooek dal y. Amenta botlef. AqiiA pub * HTnKt brick. 4?iu. 5Fpr, yOUU(U?); 52 1 at.. $1 .<m0, fir?t cl??? 4atory: Plata, 92."> to 4T.j, In:,.r nth av in ! Broadway. J. W. H'l KVK>H,|r"?,lw?f, corner fi2d. Ft'ltMSllKI) HOOni* A \ IJ VPAUTMESTS TO LET. "t B E At?T IP UL "?I 1T. O.N -ii.co.so'Flook. newly J\ firi.lthp^. f.,r j!<-ntlim?ii only, Man ainirle U.< una; ? iictinat rafereacea xiron ar.d require i. 2* Ka>t 23'1 at A rick VvRNTiJilTFii.<* r~Roi7ii.KO.< oentlk men only. In a private Kfcneh 1 unity. 23 Woat Wua'i Initton plRC", between ftlh ar. and the I'ark. kTiT of pukni-i-ki) koomh, with.Trr iiiARo, lor trentl"iu?n oily. choice ?ccintnodatlona. At 34 We-1 J.'itli at. _ 3U? H U1JDON tf r., * E AI ?: CAN A 77. LOUUIKO and huaaekaapin.'; Roouia $3 to $5 per waeK; American a: nioely y\[ rmshku room, orate vi k, Lliot anil cold wat**r; iremlemon only. to Weat 2f!tb at. AI'RIVATK PAMILT WILL LhTTo <1 K.N'TL MEN, without board. two larjta uid two Mn ill turni-hed He i woiik reti-reneea exchanged. L'oiver-lty place, near I4H. at, A E0MUMMED SACK PaRLOK AMD IIALL ROOM ; waiar and atore ; #'-! per wee a. 22"< Weat tt7th at. T" ELI.OAN ILY FURNISHED I'AKLOK- AND ?iY.B" Irwiiu at-,ve. lor hotieeXi-epinit. #7 and 98; lar*o Ioihm *4. nail, 92 ."?0. lot h tat lOth at. ANUSOMKLY PljRNISHE t> PARLOR AM) ,1K0 room. with cioaet. to on* or two gentleman; reference'. Ell Eaet '<? th >t. N'I< K. <1, an, < OMI'LET-LY KITKNI?IIEI? 8KC ?nd atory 0?tt?n, eltf bt Debt ronina: >27 monthly, or m>ii1ert. 7" Monroe, near lat, HoOaiiao. II uliort block* fr 'ti terry. Q KAltT mil, B'TVVKKN "MaT>1 SON ANH SfH !rni?h"(l Koota? without board; brsakfaai; tarma taodarala . referenda. IT WErti 2- 111 sr -i;l HANr o* >kcond I I and third Iloora ami nir.gla ooma to Rantlainuu; rotor law*. ?J(t KA-i 4111 -I. MKT WREN HOWKRY AND 0?'Br?JMlw*y 'irnta'.icl Ko'una to l?t, witbont board ; relereneaa re'|ntr?'l. n*J11 m-t 1 rt? ,-t.. oi*po?rrc. park ? ri.i . fcO1 'ira-itly 111 r 1 ,J 1:.. .ma, lor one or two eenilemen ; moll ily. UPIR.MMIKII KOIIHh ANII \ I'.VIIT MK.tTJI TO LET. mAfi To'I.Et-co'nWis'fiTij'TiV f *Tii5 fiiiViiiis, r wi'h all moilrrn ImumremaiiH: renin ni'<dr>rato. in |?lr? on pre in I e- No. Kinz at. |3Eh>< II KI.A 1.1 lo L. I IN NKrt iII'II.kT.N ,. Mtl'll r ?t.. .iii.l i.th a??.. oppoKite Central I'ark; r?ry p,?n?-nl?ni location, line rl#?r. '.1 rtinml. >i| llflit; ?levator In ilia Mllilinn. In'inirn mi,.11 on prxiiii-ea, rffiiK tTl KVKLANH. I 1:*? > l-.A-l '.'IIH sr iTaROK 1. salta lor hoii', keepin , ; at' am kaM, iliitrlet Ttlagrnpb, E?. hio LK1 ?TW OH u: V It 1: rfUlts OP R00M m* i ?rat (Uaa apartment bmldln/?: r*-KS^t ri and i?l,1t?i fiai|iii'e of UIuMMmM* O. WAEI.LKV, Ml Kaat Hun ,t. New York. "a alt* nT., MEAH ENOAI'WaY.?NBVoNU Fi.a f'. I 'Kill rooin<, ?U Imp'ovi-maiita. 96ft; "Orli an*.' !i7!t Hih ar.. aercti rtcumi. 11I1 impmrenienta. 9^'i Ion." WilllMll>,fllli otnerv J. KDilAlt I.EAYORAKT. 7iri Mtb nv. " liut SKfl, lt(M 'i>, ?V, ., W t > 1 r.ii, " In t lila City anal lli ooltlvn. A SMALL KaMILY OF ADI'LTH Wa.NTAHOTsB Roreinvar I. betwann 14th and 4'ltb ati .U-ain/ton ln-1 Btli arv. f?r about f t.'i'Hi rant; itnexe-ptlmiaoie leler Itice *adr s Iti.MI'ONMl Ullit l Y. Ilarald alWee. JAur (Itxn'.itihN?7KH rHOR. 1 mm rk \o11 ee?. Jaradaateil with i.nrl'ast tMtlni'ininll Of Knropa m eon larvatory, <1 a Mil 11 mii< piau ? anil bSNttonr leaaona mt R.mioi. AKI IM r.. Iler?|.| Uptown offlea. tjtf aNIKO 1 flltthK IMflfK.lltUED ROOMn, WITH Tf nut hoard. In ?->>?>'! loeallt ?, bi 11 aniall lamlly "f aanlta; ?n aaa md floui or tieond an,I third ll'Miea: In | rlrat'- lam ly. A4dro?a, witli tarrja mid particular*, L., Uo* lit llarnltl olliee. ___ ?\\r'7WrKirrTiv m s ? ?? t? v*ipk. T~or 4 roomh YJ 101 hoiiaehrepi . , 111 I art m. til-Ira*., with rant and tall pnrtianlar?. i I.I,I \ \| s. Imia I7u lleraid olllea. \l/ A.vrRU- il? v aixibE <ih.NTI.EM t,'., \N RL Yf nitaany rarnlali-il it,mm, rnnatOK water, Ifltn ?t. ta Mfe at,, hatween I, a , ,? ami titu ara.. In Brut naaa b in**. A'l ir? ?, ft vin : tarma, X. I., Ilarald Uplown INMk HOVIB1. ROOMS, anM WAWTED. * In thtii Olty and llronklyn. \VANTKU BV A SINllLE GKNTL.EMA.S. TWO UN IT fu riUiioil cnunaoiln.' Rooms; between l-th and 35ih (I*.; nul prelorred; mate lowest terms. J. E., box 110 Herald office. HOVUDKKS HALTED. _ ]>? . VtoifL KUoitrC WITH" 'Vu rtir'nil'T HOARD, 9 i.ui 27th St., near Hotel Brunswick; termii moderate. 1ST HOUSE, MUVVESANT PAUk7^l5 EA.Vi l.vFit X?t.?Handsomely furnished Ronnie, southern exposure; exc-lleut t*ble; aplendld nsiuhourliood. 1 OH MORE COMKORTABLY KUBMISHBD ROOMS Ifor ilncle u'?atl?ioea; excellent Board; very moderate piicea. 414 Lexington av., corner 43d >t. InR TWO CONNECTING ROOMS TO LET. WITH Hoard; tormn reasonable. At ?>0<> Lexington av.. bo twouu 5">th and 5tltb st*. 1HA.V040MK ! KONT ROOM. TfKHT KLOOK. flrt; Uonm. *11 lor two, excellent Board; table Board, $4. 53 ICast 'Jtli. near Broadway. *TWK>T 48TH Kl\?SECOND STORIf. WIT 11 OK WITH Oout private t?l>le; alio hall Rooms; reference*. "Ilk WAVKRLKV PLAOK, .NEAR BKOADWAY. Xl'Krout Room>. fl'J to #10. for two, with Boaid; single, ?7 to $9; transient. $1 ">0 uay; table Board, $4. East sibt sr., aiTdTson, 5i'H a v.. m kh. II EII>.?Handsome Apartment*; private table only; hijfliest reforonee.l iti | EAST 41ST s-r. -DES1KABLE ItOO-VIS, WITH rHoard; a lew Booms tor ^ontleincn; references re quired Of YVEST JHril bT.-NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. ?^XwiUi Board, en snltn or single; table flrat class; refer encea given and required. HANDSOME ROO.Ui>. E.N SUITK ST., 47 WK?T ?H/ singly. with Board. 23 1> ST.. 138 WI-.ST.?SHCOND AND THIRD FLOOR Ofrnut Rooms, nicely turniahed, to let, with Board. . 44 Wkkt7?LAROE SECOND STORY FRONT QOD ST O^and li 33 W K8T 45HI ST.?HANDSOMELY FURNISHED Room* to Int. with rood Board; rolerenco". I II ST.. UORNbK MADl.iO.N AV.?SUPERIOR AO Ofjrommodntlnu* lor a family: Second Kloor, handsome li turniibed; private table, 214 Madison av. ("1 EAST 22D ST.?H AN DSOMELY FURNISHED Lttoums, firat elaa* Board; al no single Room; table Board. EAST 29TU ST.?HANDSOMELY FURNISHED Kooms, single or eonneetlnir. with firat cla** Board; two on llrst tloor, aultabln tor a physician ; references. 7~r st. "maiTk's PLACE.-BOARD, #4 TO fii; "ri Jcoasjles. .*lu lo SI'-'; handsomely turniahed Parlors, together or separately, witb or without Board. BANK, NEAR 4T1I ST., NINTH WARI) I'LEA stnt Room*, with Hoard; vt>. bath; nice locntlou. /?(k MadTs >N A v.?SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS "J''in suit* and single Rooms, with Board, for families or gentlemen. 11 WEST 41 Sf ST.?LARGE, NICELY' FUR 11 finished Room*, southern exposure, with Board; taiuilie* or gentlemen. 7"| J WES I 21ST ST.?VK~RY I'LKA.iAN 1', SUNNY JL'X iRnonis. nicely furnished, to let, with Board, to gen tie in an and wile or single Kentlemen. 43J 5(5 > Wh.Si' 52D ST. ? HANDSOMKLY KUUNISUED Itooms t? lot, w*th Board; references required.* 228 Qr.Q west .2<;th st.-large rooms, \yitm ? f JOrtoard. for ladies and gentlemen; tablo Board. Call tor three clays. 0||0 WEnl 2?TH ST.?EXTRA FINK ROOMS. WITH 'Oflrst cla-s table: Botrn, with rooms, $5 and up ward ; itooms lor a party of gentlemen, boated by luruaco ; almi grate lire.; tabla boarders: iiousejnst opened. -TABLK. HANDSOME ROOM* MODERATE ?prices. Save time by callim; at 244 West 26th st. I^UKNISHED FRONT AND BACK PARLOR. ROOMS " on secoii't fioor, suitable for llcht housck-epinir. with or without Board ; ira*. hot and cold water; private house, 144 Kast H.'id st.: low rent. Al BOARD A.\D LODGliVO WASTED. * "iff-.N ILK MAN AN D Wi'FE DESIRE AP A RTM EN TS. /Xwith Huiird for li?dv onljr, with ?ome l??y llvUjr aloao in ceuteei. quiet locitlitA. betweou 28th and 4(>tU sts. and iiruadwav ai?d 4th av. Addron* I'&LUAM, box 128 Herald Uptowu office. MOhLY FJKNISHKD ROOM. WITH ADJOINING bail Bedroom, by go^tJeiustu, wife, and child fivo years old; soutliem exposure ; secon n floor, front, one flight np; b* tween .'ith and nth avn. preferred, and above I4th fit.: mum b'j in respectable loca'ity and where references are require*!; table rnnst be excelleut; dinner at 0. Address lore H'ednoKdav next, stating terinn. which must not exceed $27 per week, PKKM ANKNT. box 122 Herald office. uaiU> VVANTfiD?B Y A KAMIL Y O? FOl'K adult*: a large front Kooid. with Bedroom adjolntnu. on second floor, and either back Ho em on Maine floor or tar.? plo i.Hnnt Koom on third; terms about $50 per week; locu tion nod accommodations ?ust be Hrsr clas?. Addreiot, with full particulars anu references, W. \V., box 1.7U2 Post office. \yTNlKI>? BY TWO YOUNG OENTLEMfcN, in PRI f ? vato family, two medium sised Room*, with Board; locality between 18th and 34th sts. and 4th and 6th hvs, Addre>s. stating terms, \V. O., Herald, \r(HTN(i LADY WANTS A NICKLY KCU.MSii Kf) JL front Reom, with Board and fire fueluded. lor $8 per week. Ad<ire*s IND?P?NDK.VT, box 1M) Jlerala up town ?flice. HOTELS. \T n?w KNULaTij' li'inhL, ao Bovf^RY-^uo Rooms; Lndinni;*, 30c.. 40c.. 50c.; weekly, $'2 to S3. (" "1LAKKNCK HOVEL, 12 CLINTON PLACE (8TI1 ST)' J lie >r Broadway.?TraDalo:it Board, $1 day ; weekly, $.'> upward: LndKinna. ftOe. C~ ARLKTON U0U?. WIuLlAJt, ooajotB FAANK tort st. ?i?f>newlyXumlsbed Rooms; price* reduced to 3'>c , &Or. dully. I>TkuaVI' liu.iMs, MNOLK ANO EN SUITK. TO U Ft; re tnaraot oriees moderate; at Grand Union l.del, 41*t at. and Park ?v. OlVARD HOUSE. 14H CllAIIUM ST.? CL c AN E li, saler, belter arcomiuodations, batter class of quests than in an v cwnp honse in tbe city: 20c. dally, VI weekly. KMC'Ky-ltHOCKKt'.~l(JThlT ?MN(iLE ROOMS. I'OO.; comlortable. quiet; open all ni?bt; men ouly. ICi2 .-ouih ?t llVck nilp>. W'OODslDh HOTEL. M WE.SI JurU ST.?DOUBLE ft and slniile Rooms, .".Uo to (1 50 per day; day Bo >rd, $1 prr dar. FUKNITIKC.. 4 -NwTlGK.?IIA V1N*. L.KASBU MY RK.HJDKNOlf," jV?12 i Went IM ?l., J ofTar for sale, in lo'.s to ml ra^h customers, nil my eleeant city mads (Dourly new* llousu bold Uooda. Ac.? namely. tuaaniUcenl Stelnwav A Hunt' Pianoforte. as? d aix months. coat UriO. a sacrifice : antm 8nit?. fourteen pigeon, coat fl.O(JO for $LriO; raw ilU *>nits, cmi <1200, lor *6">; rep Sultii lor *2.?; Carpets, 40c. it yard , line Oil Palntlnca, Kronr. s. .Mirror*, Cabinets. t.'artium. magnificent Bedroom Sulla, Queen Anno and baatlake ?tries; white hair Mattreaaea, Spring Beds, I.men. Pillowa, Xc : or r 30U lota. <food? pack-a and slilpp . d. i'le iao cull at private resilience 120 Wast 2-'i4 it. Ur. E. WILLARD OAT. "7 Jt IT ~B Y I. M AN .N ? rhVeSiK H?l?fi!Tn>S AND J\,forty months' t mo tcivan io pay tor Pnrnitara, Car pets ami Beddiuir, at tne larireat ettaiiliahmont in the city. .>12 and AM *;h ??., corner Mtk at. B' aUMABM BWlTHBKS "AKh "uVkKRIJW ?UKAT narralna In Knniiiiiro, Carpet! and Beddtai; a* their aturu. 2J* and --U' tmdaon at., corner liroouie; weekly and mnntbly pavmeata taken. 7?urf 1,1 h~r7 422 rfa a v.. is wTTXTnuTto-b?T ? furniture and Carpet*, Bending, Ac.; will p..y tbo highest price. IMMKKS1 Hf.DCCTlo.N IN I*RlCRH~oP FUKNITl'KK, i an>"M. SaMiai, Hloft). Ac., lor caah or weekly and monthly pur noma, at B. M. CoWPKBTUWAlT A CO.'S, l.Vi and l.*V7 Ubatlum it. KISS' PATR.NT KoLIH.SU BRDB-MosT UsBKUL articles In l'>rma of tables, bureaus, wardrobes, cloaks, l>n?krasr(. Ar.; have no appearance oi lied: alt baddini; placed in . beainea liwvo uaefui drawers, bookcase, Ac. Man ufacturer. K. M>S. I >2 1'riiiceat Hu'It CVHI'KT.-TaNo oflVc LOTIIS VHRY CiiKaP .it HKN HALL'S old place, 112 Kulton it. Call or lend for explanatory price Hat. UA\Cl\b ACAOR!?IK?. \ MACfJItrOOit'S DA.M'IMJ ACA DKM V,' 11 . AST iVaMtn at.?"Society VV alt?" and all lashlonable dances In ona terra ; private lessons any hour. LLBN boDWOKIII'S SCII.OL FOR DaMCIMU, Mo. i'.HI .Mb a*., no* open. V ir t?rm<. Ac.. aend for circular. NOTHK. Mr DODWOIITH respectfully anitceats to those persona vbo entered the tiamoa o( their children aa nnpila tnr thia s*a*ea, tnat it i? extremely desirable to know w?|. n tha children will rommnneo. Communications to that effect will bo than .fallv rooelr.d. AX r|nare.?1'rlvate leaaona any hour; Ullda and boclety Waltaea aperlaltf. Keceptlona Honday. J)KOIikBM'TlANCINO AUADKMV* :??l HHkOMK kT.? 3 VII the fealiiouabla dances In nna r mran of lesaona. The fir?t leaaoaa privately and no >xtra char?o CTkkn A.MXV.-a AC A DR VI t. ASTM ?f.. .10 F av (bank b:illdinif>. rteavptl ins Ihurailay. CliMaea now furtnintf. fur clrcntara address H7 > I,e\ln^ton av. I'rlvate l?a?oii? a?y Iwr. miTHtctiua. (*liuKki. La ikiTif itETCniihir krom ilKnrape, d<<*lres a homo In a reap.eiablo lamilr. in re turn for vicmI leaaoaa, plan i and Uerinan. Address 1* L., 67 2d ?t. BOOIV K hK P iTW, H1:nM AMMI1IP, ARlTH .M K 11C, Ac, tauirut practically day and oveutiii;; stiffness, erampinx and treinblinK r-moved. iJOLMKAI'.'i Collem, 1 1H3 Broadway. L'Xpi 1(1 h V(Tr IJ ( H7a (4Si O A LAjri? MAIM hM ATIC/UU I iteacher dealres privato ptiplia; pr^oaroa for college; Inzheat city reference. Addreaa TRACIIRU, box I"3 llorald t ptuwn otliee. rrk vOi11khn Wajitiiti. -sKVf.K?L"aVxjumplanii i7i> X lauiily ti-acliera. Datnntlc anil Proteatant, lor Cu1 a nod other spaitMli-Amrrlmn eeNtrlsa; savvral joiini; Kretieli ladles lor r iivHr.atui ial titavlilnv. city schools and oiae whero : several India* far French. Uerinan, Iniislc. Smthern Mates; kindrrtartaer for Klotidi; sovo.al Indies nd L-enilt man lor i aim Town aebmsta next rear; art leemrnr, rityaehoal; raaldent rontleman, an parlor disi'lplluarlau. city liiatitati ii; iady. Kr*nch and drawing, r-ltv ; prol-aaor natron inv ami elicineerlnt, DssHMIa. SeleeiHihB.il, elty, lor aai" > ppllrailou lortna mailod lor stamp. piMI KU if hKIJORN. :?? Kaat I4tb. fPH^UHKRsoP K VOWS OAI-IBIIB AN U CIIA ItAt:. Ater iiromptly prov.det lor faittine>, avhuoia, eoile.rea. Still RVtK.ltlloKW.iO Kaat 14th. A'l ? (I 4 v'K viX?MOAItU aNII Til 1TIUA KO.a ulitl^l, V I ? 'tiova iino youiix men, Rptaooual AriMloiny, Had I S J. WATCIIBI. .??,vv i lillV. \ I' ft r, bKROKKu" ST. SS A It" BTiToa U*aY. ? J1 Money liberally advancod on DlamoiMa. Watches Jew elry, 4<v, or the aaine l>ou ^hl; also Pawnbroker*' Tickets boiiKht lor the same. ______ I r Hi -t BROADWAY?LUANs N IvOOT I ATF.D; l?I A /\inonda, Watchea, Ool'l and Silverware, Peraonai Prop. envjMinV end ao| I. 4. THOMAS I.Y.NCII. A T 1.272 8HOAIiWaT. ABUVB ?21>.-MUNKIT PUR '? iv rloperty; out tlold. .-illverw re honalii; ad aoaea made, udlea' offiee. I* M, LI AM A. ULoTBR, ftofu orlv with Iosapll V. lackaon. MONhV. ' VMM, - MAiTs.lAWLS, SKALSAU?|UI .Velvet, Hilk boa -hi j clocks. At., bouirrt and a dd. tir.O. I Alali t.N, I. Km Broadway, near 'VMli at. I?vw vili'OKM. ?' tl' hlil'S BtVuoMl A ?f> rilM J hltbeat pric i?alti for liiamon i< Watcbea, .lowelry, Ln<aa siik?, V? lvet?, Uoiia, Ac., at 77 iileetkor at,, aacond door Irani Broadway. Foil7 HRoAIIWAT, oVrITIIBSaLU BRAftCMT 1 aAt'J 4 Leril^a'private olBr.e. IMwnonds. Watches .low air/, Ac,, bangbt and sold. Branub, 1,^07 itroadw iy. UMUV BII.1.IARIW. MERICA* STANDARD BltLlAKflrTCB12f>. sad sttcoud hand. ?t reduced price*; Balls, Cloths, Tips, Chalk. Cues. Ac. WM. H. ORIFFITH A CO.. 40 Veser at. BT4CIAL MK9AL UTIS ALL NATIONS "AS been awarded to my Billiard Taoleb at tno 1'arls Exhi bition. H. W. UnLLKNDKK. No, 7*8 Bra?Jwav. \ - A - Til I.J7 IsT ~B R U N 8 W11 K ~A HaLK CO. <734 A.Br??d?i.y) warurooms nuw open; uew and second baud Billiard Table*. ill Ik 11 d??it-u?. at lowent arim. z~'T ?~ ~ ' ?~~~ ?" ? r WANTED TO fllilUHASifi. QAFK WA.vfEb-A^PXSIOK HAKK. WI. It COMbT Ouation luck; must be chcnp. In good condition and roomy. Address mMKYVlll.. Herald office. ANTED-A UOOD SECOND HAND CYLINDKB oRice Desk, cheap. Address PENMAN, box 118 Her ald office. WANTED?SECOND HAND SAFE; OOOD ORDER. EMORY. bi x I.H06 I'ost umc*. W~ ANTED?A PAIR or PAPER BOX MAKER'S Shears. DullGHTY, X73 (ireenwtob at., room 2. Tl/A.VTI.D-SPlOlALri ES IN Til It GROCERY, VT house rurniihlntc. hardware, glass, china. ciicar.'toy, stationery and funeral trado. Address, by letter, C. Jc CO., Wholesale Owwllllw Agents. 2.V) K.ihv 43d s(. MAltltliE UANTEbs. A">CRTIIER REDUCTION X.N PRICES FROM J C'NK 1 Mautuls. Orates mid all kiuds of Slate Work; larco assortment', new design*. PEN R1I Y.N SLaTK OOM I'A.N Y, 5t> Union square, 4th av. una 17th *t AKBLk AND UAKBLE1ZED MANTELS, HEAD stones, at cost A KLA.BEK, 134 East IStU at., near 3d av. * WD. A A. S. NICHOLS ARE THE L AHIiEST .manufacturers of Marble and Marblelxed Slate Man tele; new desivua m exquisite taste continually lutro dnced. Factory 1*>7 and 15H East 1-Sth at. Warerooina 73 Hudson at.. New York. . CXiOTUl?Q. fl?AfHan's establish meSTt, an** HTH av:; near 4tn st., hlgh?at value paid tor cast-off Clothing, Jewelry, Ac. Call or addroas. AT HAKIMS' 1 .-74 HKCUUAAV, BETWEE.n 3JO anil 33d sts.?BroaJway prices paid for Cast-off Cloth Inc. Books, Ac., by calling or addressing W. HARRIS, 1,274. A~ T FLATTO'S. 8X0 HTIi AV., NbAlt 4HTII ST.-Bo 1'i.R cent more tbau elsewtiera will po?ittvely Ito paid lor caai-off clothing. Address .Mr. or Mra. FLATiO. I" CASH BIRO PAYS BROAD W A Y PJUCK8 FOR J .cast off Clothing. 38 West 31st ik, botweeu Broadway and Kill av. I~>OMI IVELY THE UTMOST VALUK WILL. BE PAID for ladles' and Kentletni'n's cast-off Wearing Apparel, Jewelry, L.<ces, camel's hair Shawls, Carpets and Furni ture at AN HALT'S, No. 52'j tfth av. PKSTISTKY. A SET OF T- Era EtT THESE HoTTrs at TJIh OLD ulace, 377 Uth av.; rui.bcr, ?old and platina; prices to suit. Kememlier the number. 377 6tli av. A -SEE OUR WEIGHTED LOWER SETS FOB ? shallow jaws nud Upi>er Sots for suukiru laces. f>02 and f>(i4 3d ?v., southwrst corner 34tli. Dr. MODEMANN. t-lALL IN TI1K KVENINO OK DAYTIME AND SEE >our Sets of lei'th. EIUHTU AVENUE DENTAL ASSOCIATION. 379 8th av. EKTH EXTRACTED, 2'jO. ; WITH OAs, 5oC.; FULL ?rum Sets, ?4, upward; Tcoth cleaned, SOc. Dr. BKOUUHTON..M6 Weat 4th ?t. THE SPIN OLA GliANT. Mayor Ely ?u waited upon yesterday by General Frank B. rfpinots, the gontieman to whom the Board of Alderman bare given tba power to tear np the streets oi this city, for the purpose of laying mains and pipes, in order to supply the city and Its Inhab itants with steam under the plan of the Holly Com blnation System. General Spinolu requested tbo Mayor to set apart a day for the hearing of all per sous opposed to tbo measure, as well as a time when tne supporters of ibo scheme could be beard. Tbo General also asked tbo Mayor to fisvo a competent engineer sent to Lockport to examine into the work ings oi tbo system as operated in tbut city. Muyor Ely sai.l In answer to tne General that he woulu near ihe opponents of the m-asuro on Tuesday next. He woulu then sot * time for the hearing of tae other side. * BUSINESS TllOUBLES. Charlos R. Woodworth, whose petition baa been referred to Register Allen, has liabilities to the amount of $53,500 and no assets. lhe creditors ol David McMullen, dealer in shoe findings at Mo. 383 Bowery, beld ? mooting at tne office of ItegiKicr i'Jtch yesterday, and schedules were presented showing liabilities to the amount of $192,000. Eleven claims were proved for $5,600, and Rldncr P. Caflerty was elected assignee. A meeting ol the creditors oi Susan Sullivan, of No. 60 East Eighty-third street, wile of John Sullivan, builder, was bald at tbo oOlce ol Rogister Dwigbt yes terday. Schedules were presented showing liabilities el $104,000, una JohnH. Piatt was appointed assignee. Abraiu rolbcmu*, Jr., groeer at No. 6u0 Sixth ave nue, made an assignment for tho benefit of bis cred itors yesterday to Albert T. Albro. Henry lilum, sewing machine agont, made an assignment lor the beueflt of his creditors yestorduv to Carl Uadeniiz. Ho prefers his wilo and lour other creditors lor $0,900. An assignment lor the benefit of creditors was made yesterday by John i>omansky, ship chandler at No , 118 Broad street, to John C. Abbey. His liabilities are not lurge. In an sppilctrtion of OoUen & Arnott to reopen tbo cas- ol tho bankrupts, George W. Wendrum and John Or.lllihs. on tne ground that since the noludication and the distribution of part of the assets ot the estate It had been discovered that ilr. Abenroth w,.s ? partner in tne bankrupt Arm, Judge Cnoate denies the application and says tbut tho petitioners havo a remedy by a petition 10 have Abenroth adjudaod a partner. * 6 Judgo Cboate, of the United States District Court has given a decision on the application of Duncan Sherman Jc Co. lor a dlschargo in bankruptcy wnich had been objected to by a number of creaitors Too Judge states that no evidence has been offered to sustain tbe specifications ol the opposing creditors and tho discharge is granted. ' NEW YOKK CATTLE MARKETS. ??? Fmi?*v. Oct. is. tar*. RKCKIPTS FOR TWO DA Y.I. Vf'tln Sheep _ ? and rarr?. B+ert*. Cow*. Cv'rrg. L,tttw Sixtieth ?tre?t 970 5 74ft aaSS ^ K or lie til ntroot - ? _ ' ? Jersey ' it* 1 .Sffa ? _ 571 s'482 Totals....... anna T Tr, n.K.ti ^7^ okkvkn. Trade wam, i( i>og<<ii>]o,*ttlll uioro dull on this lore noon than we reported it to has. been ?? ust Wedneroay. file herds t? hand ranged Irotu poor to coarse, witu a fair top. Several ear loads remained ?.er unsold. Prices were }SC' per lii.. weight. <1 ewt.. scant, it ewt.. scant. I1 ruin lav a j(J lbs. iim been nllrmfi) nut. At sixtieth street yards T. C. Eastman .mdlnrseir 10 Illinois steers "t "?*e. per b weight <l?4 ewt ; Illinois ste"r. at" per lb. weight ??< ewt. : H| mm,,,, ?eer, HMe.p'r ?; JVT' ? Illinois steer. at lie. per "b. weight ewt. ^'"ry A Car/ sold forselve. 1'ia mixed W .stern cattle at 7*e. a 8^ per ib.. weight IU ewt ' Si K'l!.1'' ,,eB? at M!,C per lb., weight 7 V ewt. slrorik II. K. Murehard sold tor Hasting A t:o. HHihlo .teers at OSe. per lb., weight 8 ewt. K .1 i.aeph sold tor ss?l 1S7 Colorado ateera m 7*,e oer lb., weight <1 ewt. ? on eo-nml. alo? M7 Jndl.B, st'sra?XI head .it Mr. peril,., wltli *1 ou oer bend ; 44 head at 8'4,- ,b . I(, (l?d ? W ? |h" r-a' t-1"..'!* S"t. * * * C K"lm ??'<> Kahi A l i' ?a^ /L ? ?"? ?, * Mc- Per ih.. ioeinding iu head "t 8>ie. per lb., with $1 on Der head. "eight- (IV ewt n 7V ewt., .east ;114 Kentucky ateera ,t a l)n |b' Wj,,* ?" O" b?a? on M.i head aoi.i ,t l?c. per lb.; weight. ewt. n 7 ?cwt. At tlrrfte.v i^ity jar i? Jt sold lev W. J.basten 4:i Ohie'sieers ?t i^a u?e i'To weight* ewt. ? 7J? ewt.; fort;. K. Keriiolrta A fco. ?? tihlo atsers at i.je. a 9>^?. per lb., weipht. 8^ ewt. a 8 !?hi -1" 1,!*ne" ?r. X _Scrm""r 3- ?>blo ateera nt He. a 10c. per lb., weislit* 7 ewt. a 8 ewt.; for Hitiliaman A 1(1 ?*??" V lh ? "rltl1 #'"* "? M >>?ad ii per lb., weighia 7t. cwi. a 7>4 ewt. : for fx>nir H", Kenineky ateera at O'^e. a 8Ke o.-r lb. with #1 on n?e head on 14 heaa aud .n p^r bead on :.ti hend weight 7 ewt.. atrouz: 1 ox, live ?eit;,it l.iH?x> liia ?t :ike our II. I?. W nlxel sold for .8. Vt',ilT*l ;-J IH,nwu neera-U'i Uad nt "^,E".r "7.J'"*'1 at Si?e rerib i.'i i,e?<l at 0e.per lb. and 7 henl at .?i?e. por lb . weights 7 tot . ae??t. n 8 ewt. *c?nt. II. \\ entii?iin#r ???id en cntnr&tMtion coitrtte ilit' noU i?t??er? a! 7Sc. n H*?c, p?r lu.. wcientu . wt * Hcer^.^rwnt. > .Sftinueu ?<,id for N tiurria 7li flliii'nm steers?^10 head ?t 8V,e per lb? with ?i UN ,?r Uea.1 on 18 head; ^.i head at 8fcr per lb.. 15 n;H.| llt i(e. per in.-welah?s. 7 ewt. atrvnr a 8 Cwt >ewtan .* ll.ilrn.ia rn.U? 7Wc ? ?*?? "'?"I.. with *2:> <m ? 11 ca<. an.it St inwe.t rate, wei,-utsI)1., cwt >k^ ewt aeaut. 8. U Doanell m>M tor W.ix-I A .li. rtou ,?i Man.' tan* ateera .t i. %r. per lb., with jiii . on n?r iicsd we.vlit 0 ewt.,strongi .HI l/'olormto stenrn St HVe. nor lb. weialit O ? oiV at?? ??, i "" M? lm w.I ^ - ? .P"la.lb ' wi'" <"? P'r head, we .lit ( ewt. aeant. W. Meirel sold for N. Morris i... I oloralo S'eors ?t ?er lh.. wel/ht il rwt.. stronir. II. Meyer sold for >. M. rrls l?i < olors.lo steers .1 7 ke tier III.. with .I 'O. on per he?d welsht .1 ewt.. ,r(lnt. V.tgel A H. <e".iein sold for I K. II., Indiana ate?rt st 7 ?r P" >*>?. wfirhu rwt.. ?tronvr nf^ewt ftttonir; lur Mymr A H?f|ren?tein lJ*\ < oUir?<ioiit?crii ?t 7Vc' per lb., weight H'? ewt : J8 .oit.d natlre and rjlo !?}? ?ie?r? At Hjje. wr lb., weiyht cwi. ? 7 Illinois Steers at <',Ve. per la., we I* lit li>4 ewt. *M. Usi.rb.ea sola for H. XV. AHerton 7J Col "rade .Seers st 7e. s 7Ue. rmr II, with ?itie. on per head on 2?1 head aotd at tap rule, weights .'it< flT wUb"i?;i*-. -TV 1 at 7l,e. H 7?ie. per hiia ? a! lh ? ; ** 7"? "?r ?'?. Incluulng <4 nt Hit. f>nr iu., wHtrliU M'i rwrt. it IP., cwt atrmur W t;. Mud lor ?'ild for .1. Hioh |h 1 til I ah* *.|*nr4 nt 7 %e. per r'Jr\ ' rW' ? *tr""K ; '"r S W- *'????? 18 Colored.. l'i9t ?h., Wfiitl't f; rwt , orHiit: lor.I. \liffi 4H i?,L t .,ii! gliikil nt M,! per H' - -4 111 ? ,e. tier II. , with *1 on per lies I en la lieiid weiirhts 7 a7,.<1^ ^ ^e.tlielmer auld for !?'. ii ? *""" nl 7'-"- * "? per lh.. w. lirhte , uiTVt.Vr. l, Vi !c"?i, ,,ro'"'-,!"r ' ? f- ?eynoi.?ai IIO ruo! r/.'ht'.riiV'wr, Tcwtaean,'.0" " ""a M 8n?.ir ?kd LanRs.? Hnles few and slow; prlees tin chaiiged sines our luat wo.siy report Jmhl A ilnekltig barnI Sold an 8t?te lambs, weight litl Hta. p..r h i.d st 4?ie wer lh. j |a 8tato slieep, welKlit ]<m> ii*. . 5 " p*-r lb. Ksae A Tideoek aoid IS| Ohio .lieep weight |''l| lh." ih'en""";:^^0 f?*"???? sold 411 Jersey ?? *eii?ht I'St ios p?r heed, nt t'ie nor lb. I 18 Jersey Inmhs, weight 74 lbs. ne? head at 5c. per lh. j 61 < snada lamips, wiirnt 71i>? ihfc *V. per lb.; M iCi, I V ion ."l 5e- I'" !h- "'tine. Klllott it*, iy V:?'? ^ 11>1 ner Heed, nt ^ l.4?. Weight l->7 II,a per i ead, at j'1'" fierib. i 181 lyin Ida Ismri., w.-t ht v:i lb. our heart 8h?"? wl?T?htVisi l!*'"?* t ".""""i'*" soldaa fentnesr' Hheep. weight 10U Ib. per head, at 4c per lh., o14 aiioep, welsat 114 lbs . atrnBir,ip?r head at *4 JlOoerrwt i Z ^^ta 'an",. weight 70 lbs . ?,-ant. ?er hea t. ?t | V- P?'r lh ; 41 l/aiia>1s lamb., weluht 7H IUa,,.?nt oer lie all and 7, '/ib,"",H ,r*',rht M,i Per head, bat), |al, ?t \>.siua ASP I'stvits.?Trade slow at enrrent rates, (iraas led eaiVes s.l i at tl ai per head; also at 2>-,r ? .le. per lh. JSirA'S'^'Urlfi4*8- * ,n llo?s. riie feeling off; Iu Htata hogs, lire wsUht aai - 'V r: ?.?di.,n ?',4c' Slb-?" c" ,,hl" ?'"g". live weight a'? lbs per Itesd. and I'm fsir analltr Ohio hoira llee weight |H7 lbs per hesd, both lots sold at iljic M |:noVer iwt!""' 1"1"" 140 '*? b.ld.JtiiVt OUR COMPLAINT BOOK. fNoTB.?Letters Intended for I lite column moil bo Mwompulid by lb* writer'! fall name anil address to insure attention. Complainants wbo are unwilling to ceroply with this rule simply waste time In writing. Writ* only on one side of the paper.?&o. Herald.] PASSIVE POLICEMEN. To ran Editor o? thb 11 skald:? A band of loafers hang about Sheriff, Pitt and Stan ton streets Insulting the people wbo pass, and the po lice never seem lo iniorlere. JACOB GE1B. THE THIRD AVENUE SAVINGS BANK. To tub Editor op tub ukkalu:? Lilce many others I would ilka to know If Mr. Hard Is going to pay another dividend to tba poor depos itors of tne Third Avenue Savings Bank. It Is now nioro thun two years since we received flfteen cents on tho dollar, and I ihluK It Is time ibat we received at least a word 01 hope. ANXloUd DEPOSITOR. OIL DBIPPINO FIIOM OVERHEAD, To tub Editor op tub Herald:? Ou Sunday morning while I was crossing Third avenue, at Twenty-llrst street, on my wsy to churcb, a truln of cars passed rapidly overhead on the elevated railroad and bosp&ttcred my dress with oil. I wore a lovely pa e blue silk, and It has been almost de stroyed by the vitriol. Il^ive ladies no redress for such losses In our courts ol Justice t M. II. DANQr.ROUS stone throwing. To tub Editor of tub Herald;? Certain lots ou the south side of 111th street, just east of Third avenue, ought to be fcncod. Every Sunday tney aro visited by gangs ol rough boys, and tlioy throw stones Into the adjoining yards and houses and yell like wild Indiant>. Lite is not safe while thev are at their pranks. No pollccmen are ever to be seen in tbU vicinity. JAMES FLEMING. NEW WAT O? USING THE CLUB. To thb Editor of tub iikrald:? We would like lo Know if thero is any way of pre venting Officer H. Bruton, ol the Eighteentb precinct, Irom using his club in such a dangerous manner as he does. On our way Irom eveuing school an last Friday ntght some small hoy said something to him an<i Do threw his club at a crowd of us. If It had hit any one it might have injured turn lor life. EVENING SCHOOL (BOYS) NO. 40. A PHARISAICAL DOCTOR. To thb Editor op thb Hbkai.d:? On last Friday I went to tho Children's Depart ment of tho New York Dispensary on Centre street, room No. 6, and asked to have my slek child attended to. Tne doctor who was there peremptorily refused, because I bad lest a ticket that 1 had previously ob tained of blm. and he told mo to go and liud It. Is It thus that a poor but respectable woman Is to be troated at such institutions? A MOTHER. PUT GATES ON THE platforms. To thb Editor of tbk Herald:? It seems to me that 11 gates were erected on tbo plattorms of tbo elevated railway to prevont passen gers entering aftor tho train Is ready to move, and it thocononciors were then carelnl to see that overy one admitted lo the piatlorm insido the gates was on thu train belora it was allowed lo move, no suoh ac cidents ol the borriole naturo reported In your issue the other day could nappen. GKEV1LLE E. FRYER. THE FACILE POLICE CLUB. Nkw York, Oct, 14, 1878. To thb Editor op thb Herald:? While a party of flvo young men wcro bidding good night to each other on Sunday evening last, about hall-past ten o'clock, after calling on an acquaintance on the corner of Montgomery and Cherry streets, they wero approached unawares by Roundsman Cor beu, ol the .Seventh preomct. Without a word of wurning ho clubbod one ol them so brutally that there is danger ol bis in|urles proving faiaL EYE-WITNESS. WHEBE IS THE MONEY? To the Editor op tub Herald:? A great many people In Yorkvllte wbo purchased liokeis for tbo grand concert given by the Yorkville Mannerohoir three weeks ago last Thursday even ing, at Parepa Hall, lor the benefit of the sufferers in lUe Soutn, would Ilka to know what became ol the proceeds. It is well known that over iwelvo hundred tickets at fllty cents u iicicel were sold. A statement frotn the ireu?uror snowing the receipts anddisburse. ments in detail would be ucjoptabiu. JOHN THEALU A HOr.SE BAILWAY "THICK." To thb Editor op thb Herald:? On last Saturday I entered u car on Fourth avenue whlcb was marked ?'Central Park." It stopped, how* ?vor, st Forty-lourth street and turned baok, and I was obliged to pay a second fare on another car In order to proceed, making in all twelve cents for rid iu? irom Tairty-cignih street, wtionce 1 started, lo Sixty-seventh s.reei, wiiero I got out. 1 am informed thai passengers oro frequently tricked In tbi* way on tne Fourth avenue line. A VICTIM FOR SIX CENTS. AN E lUIiTKIt POSTAL DELIVERY WANTED. To tn* Editor or th* Hirald:? The residents of Madison square and It> vicinity do nol receiro tbeir first morning Utter* until about nice o'cIock. .Many, 1 lor one, neod them earlier. Po*t ?naitir James says id reply to complaints upon tbls point that * certuin malt lias to be waited lor before the earners can commence tholr rouud*. Tbe otber letters might, however, be sont oat at seven or liail pasl seven A. M and tuo particular mall might wait. The early morning delivery is mucu more neoded than tbe eight o'clock evening delivery. X. WAITINO FOB RAPID TRANSIT. To TBI EDITOR or TUK iiSUALO: ? Tbe otber morning, about niuo o'clock, I got on tbe platiorm of tbs i'orty.seventb street depot of tbe Tblrd avenue elevated railroad, intending to go down town. A number ot people Had already waited lor some time. Fully Queen minutes had elapsed and no uowu train ap peared, although live pushed us going north. At last an engine wuu but two cars arrived, but they wcro crowued, ana alter stopping a low seconds tboy went on, leaving behind a majority ol those who had waited lor it. X demanded back my money. JT. 1. B. OBSTRUCTING CHAMBERS HTItEET. Florida, Orange County, N. Y. To the Editor or Tn* Ukkam>:? An unmitigated nuisance exist* at tbe lower end o f Chambers street. Two grooery firm*?C. liurkbalter and Hasard ti Co.?have oocup;ed about one hundred foot oi tbe sidewalk with their trucks (irequently three at a time) lor several years. People who dosire to pusii have either to ciirnb over two or three pairs of skids or laxo the unddiu ol the street. They claim that they have paid lor the privilege oi thus obstruct Ing travel. 11 ik time that the puollc found out who are tuo olUciala that ouuutenanuu thi.-, outrage. AUUUS. MVRDEROUS DK1VBHS. To thic Editor or tiii iickalo:? 1 would like to call your attention to tbe fast driv ing on Hixth avenue, from Central Park to Harlem Kivsr. Tbls unlawiul and dangerous practice, bas been the cauto ol sotno serious accldont*. Yeator day a little girl ou her way to tlio listh stroot soliool was run over, and she will probably die Iroin her in juries. The avenue Is no mora or less than a race coarse irom eariy aitemoon to sundown, and no one can oros* It without endangering his life. K Est DEN k Of HAULEM. ABtSBS IN THE lUtOOELlN POST OFFICE. To tub Editor or thb Hkrald:? Noarly everybody in Brooklyn la complaining of the mlierable administration of tbe Brooklyn Post Uillce. Loiters are lomatinae* promptly dollvered, but one may count in unit 11 lucky ti newspaper* which liavo been aunt through tho mail rcuoh him a week alter they ought to have arrived. Ia It not time that tbia great city ol 60V,009 inhabitants liad a decent postal service? It wouM uiidountodly be far bitter |l tbo mails wero diKtributed directly Ir'.m Now York, thus obviating ino oxistenco of the Brooklyn Post OlUce, and saving a good deal of money in tne way ol salaries that is now virtually ibrown away. Hom'.'lhlag ought to bo dono to remedy tho present abuse. MUN1CEP3. RIDKWACK MERCHANTS. To tub Editor or tub IIriiai ? This olty maintains at oonsluorablo expense a Cor poration Attorney's o(D<:e and a Buroau of Incum brances, osionsibiy te enforce tbe ordinance against street obstructions; but they conloss that they art unequal to tho task ol removing a fruit veniler'a unsightly booth, which ob structs a sidewalk in a busy street and is injurious to the husinoss of the writer. '1 lie Corporation Attorney any* it "does not pay" to prosecute Irull Vender* who obstruct the sidewalks, ann tlio Bupenwoudont of Encumbrances, Ii ia al leged, run* iim attics III tho Interest ol Ills political irndx. I'hi) writer was compelled to spend a good psrt Of llvo days to delend two IffVolou* suits brought by the Corporation Attorney, Moittoho had a pack ii:e ol merchandise lor a tirte! period in front of liis store; one suit, after waiting three day* oi his time, w.is dnmis?ed i?y the court ss groundless, and the other, after waiting two days, was withdrawn by the Corporation Attorney. This i* plainly p?r*eou I lion, i-Allt PLAY.. A Chapter in the History of the Tweed Plaza. FATHER AND DAUGHTER. The Old Farce of Levying on the Por traits in the Governor's Room. On the 1st or May, I8T7, Mrs. Hannah Jj. Crossly rented partially lurnished from Owen O'Conor tho botel at tho Janelion ol Broadway, Eighth aveuuo and Filty-eighth street, known as tho Grand Boule vard Hotel. The hotol luces ou what has been somo times known as Twoed plazi, and Mrs. CrCwuly was al most tbo first to exporiment with the building as a botel and lias occupied It to tbo presout time, build ing up, as she says, a flrst class lamlly hotel business. Mr. O'Conor now wants lus hotol back uud has brought proceedings to dispossess Mrs. Crossly, claiming tnat she 1? holding over. Tbo onse camo on lor trial ycBterdiur In tho Marine Court, before Judge McAdam and a special jury summoned lor tho occasion. Tho trial brought together an unusually large array ol counsel lor a dispossess proceeding, tho platnlifl boing repre sented by Messr.*. Goorge W. Wilson, ilenry C. Den uUon andZ. W. Butcher; the dolendant, by Mossrs. Michael Nolan and T. C. Talmio. On tlio part of tbo plaintiff a number of papers wero produced signed by the delendant each admitting that sho held tbo prem ises from week to wee*. The last one was signed on the 17th ol Septomber last, and stated that sue held the premises lor a weelc, ending on the 24tti or tbo same mouth. This wns tbo pnpor on wUicii mo plain tiff relied to prove the dclendnnt's tenure and that sue was holding over ulter the expiration ol her term. Tho defendant's sido ol ihe case, as statod by hersell, was tbut during the year 1877 slio hold tbo promises on a lease lor ono year, tho rent being payable weekly. During that year sho put lurmturo Into tbo hotol ol tbo value ol about $10,IK?U Aoout tbo 1st ol May or tho present yoar Mrs. Crossly was about leaving mo hotel and taking another, whon, she Bays, O'Conor told her If sno letl the hotol witnout ateuani and rook hor lur nuiiro away ho could not as readily got a new ton ant uud tuut 11 sho remained he would ondeuvor to procure a tenaut who would purchase hor lurnlture, and laillnt: to do so, sue could occupy the promises until tho 1st ol May, 1879. Tho pupors winch the signed subsequently, indicating a weekly lonaocy, she says she signed under misrepresentations l>y O'Conor that they had relation to weekly payments V>1 the rontand not to dellnlng tue tenuncy. Judge McAdam ruled out all tesumouy prior to delendant baring signed tbo last paper relullng to a weekly touancy, Holding tbat whatever was said between ttio parties prior to the writing wus merged lu ft. but allowod dolendant to sbow 11 auy sub sequent cuange had been made In the tortus. Uuder this ruling tho delendant tesilUed that on the day alter the signing ol tbo paper lu suit she had an intorviow with tlio plaintiff, in which he ronowed hn original agreement mat sbe could remain until the first ot next May uuless he lound a pur chaser lor hor lurnlture. I bis statemeut w.?s denied . by tbo plaintiff. A number ol othor witnesses wero I examined corroborativo ol one side or tho otbor and moro or less In conllict. Alter summing up by Mr. lalraau ou the part ol tbo delendant, aud Mr. Wilson ou the part ol plaintiff. Judge McAdam charged the Jury tbut the ouly question lor tbein to determine was wnotber any new agreement between tlio parties had born made subsequent to tho weekly agreement intro duced in evUence, and whether under that new agroomont, 11 ono was made, tho tenant neld over. The proporty, the possosslou ol whioli was at Isaac In the case, is estimated in value at $190,000, and was onto the property ol tho late Will luui M. Tweed, aud constituted ono ol tno many adornments Intended lor tbo p'aza which was to bear ma name. Having been sold out of Mr. Tweed s hands by lorcoiosure, It was bought by tho present owner. Tbu jury lound In lavor ol the landlord. The tenant was givou until Weduesday to move. The plaintiff was proluso in his courtesies to tno delend ant lending ber his glasses and offering her his cbalr during tho trial, and at its close promptly tendering her bis condolence on tho result, but it was manliest Irom her manner tbat sbe was obdurate against all reconciliation. A FATHER AND HIS CHILD. A somewhat uovol as well aa a somowhat exciting ?eene took plaoe yesterday In Supremo Court, Cham bers. James Murphy, ua already publisbod In tho Hkkai.d. recently instituted habeas corpus proceed ings to obtain tho custody ol his daughter. Mar guret Murphy, ten yoars old. who has boon under tbo care lor several years past ol ber two auuis, Catha rino and Mary Ann Murphy. Mr. Murphy, who lor morly lived with his two sisters, has rccoutly re mar ried and finding that hit sisters would not' allow his daughter to live with hitn, mvokod the authority ol tho court. All the parties put In an appoarnuco yesterday, purauant to the order oontalnod In ilio writ The younKrfirl, who Is apparently bright and intelligent and was neatly dressed, sat between ber two aunts, their bearing showlug a streM mutual attachment. When tno case was oallod Mr. Murpby s counsel stated tbo facts as givon above, adding mat Mr. Murpby was a highly respectable gentleman, and able to properly provide tor uis daughter. it| imvo no counsel," said the elder ol the Misses Murphy; "will the Court bear my sutemont f " "Certainly," answered Judjo Barrett in his usual "'"aud'ni'y sister," said Miss Murphy, "bavo taken care Ol this child ever aluce ber mother's death, and It is a shame tb itwe should be brought luio court. Wis being tho llrst time that such a thing has hap pened to any ot our iamily." . ? , "Have you got any complaint to make, inter rupted Ju.ige Uarrott, "snowing tbat Mr. Murphy is an unlit person to have the caro ol his child 1 ??No " sbe piomptly replied, "but we nave tukon care ol this child during tho last seven vears, and nil ibis time ner lather has coutrlbuied ouly $1'J &0 toward hei support, llo nevor treated bis mother right, lie??" ? ?Nevcr miod about that," said Judge Barrett, 4<H thero is no reason why he should notootaiu the child whv she most ue given to him." "1 am willing to givo tbo child up," said Atira Mur phy. ??but the cbild won't go to htm." The Judge having ordered tbo child to bo given to tho lather the parties withdrew to tbo back part or ilia oourt room, where Miss Murphy took up the cnild us II she was going to throw her, and told tbo father "Take her." Thocbild, being oenrly Irlglneuod out o? tw wits, sereamed at tbo top ol its voice, and so as ulreudy state J, tbo scene wns au uuu-ual ono. The JudiiO directed that tbo tshorill take tho parties In ebarice and see to It that tbo father got bis chill. On ?oin? out into the condor both Indies wrro deeply ?fleeted in parting with the child, ono of mom screaming so loudly as to bo heard throughout tbo building. QUESTION OF JURISDICTION. A decision wan rendered yesterday by Jud;o Choato In tbs euH brought by tin- Unitod Stale* against tba Now York, New liovuii nud Hartford Railroad Com pany to recover aouia $110,000 ot taxes. Tho answer ot tho defendants was that tholr business was located In Connecticut; that tbetr liability for tnx arose In that State, and that the United Suites Court had not jurlidiciioo. To tliii answer the Uultod Statos Dis trict Attoruoy demurred, mid contended that the de fendant may no sued under section 739 ol tbo Kovlseu Statutes in any dlatrict where lie reatoon or Is found at tbo time ol proccas. Judge Choato holds that the Kenarai application ol section 730 la restricted by acotlou 733, and that tn In ternal reveuuo suits liko the presont oucacompnny or Individual can only be sued in tbe district in whtcli ttioy reslJe or where tho property Is lound and tbo nubility arisea. lie thereiore give* derision In lavor of the delendsnts. The United status District Attor ney will lay tbo matter oeloro tbo Comtnisslonor or internal llcvimuo at Washington, and II ho coincides with the decision of Judge Cnoato a now suit will bo begun in the United atatea Dttlriol Court for Con necticut. ? BONNER'S REHYPOTHECATIONS. Thomas S. Mnrlor was a borrower from tho Hankers and llroKers' Association to tho extent ol $0,000 while John Homier was Its president and deposited as collateral soeurity $19,000 In stocks. Honner ro bypotheeatod those socuritlos, and after his defalca tion and (light llobort I.. Cutting, Jr.. iho receiver of tho association, sued Mnrlor lor the $0,1 MO. I ho trial ol tho ease was begun yostnrday iu the Special Term ol tho t-epreme Court, boloro Judieo Van Vurst. I ho deloneo is that the $0,000, with interest, bad boon ten dered upon return ol tan reourltios, and that tho corporation cannot divest itsoll ol responsibility lor the act of lis lormer president. PORTRAITS IN THE GOVERNOR'S ROOM. Tbere waa quite a lengthy argument yesterday In Supreme Court, Chamborc, before Judge Barrett, on a motion on bohatf of tho city to set aside an execu tion issued on Judgments obtained against the city by George Moore and Max .Moses lor $7,A94 ao ana $3,373 75 respectively, and under whloli execution tbo pioturns and other proporty in tho Governor's Room tn the City Hall had been lovled on. It was stated that the suit by Mr. Moore Was brought in April, 1S71, that me Judgment had beeu alllruieu by the Court ol Appeals and that - thero was no rciison why Him Judgment should not bn paid. Corporation Counsel Whitney raised the point that, according to decisions ol tbo court*, property neoiled lor publlo nse, whether aa mere ornaments or otherwise, were not autiject to levy, The main opposition on the part ol the city ??>, bswever, that thors was no wpro* ?*'?*5? ?"' of wtilcb to pay the Judgment* Alter considerable discussion it was finally arranged to bus. pena proceedings at present, ihe understanding beiug innt the amount of tho claims would be incorporated ttPI'rol"'liiltona to meet judgments agamU SUMMARY OF LAW CASES. Charles W. Piutzo, under order of Judge Glider sit eve, was yesterday font to the House 01 Deten tion as ? witness in the caso ol ths $04,000 oheclc lorgery on ths Union Trust Company. Henjamin A. Wim? was the namo culled In Marino ourt, Chambers, yesterday, on proceedings for a surfi emeutury examination of a Judgment debtor, lliero was no response, aud au adjournment Was entered lor the 25th InsW The Emigrant ludugtriai Savings Bank has brought a foreclosure snlt against Owen Murphy, Joseph Ross and others. On an affidavit that Mr. Murphy has fled the city and that his present whereabouts cannot ha ascertained Judge Barrett granted an order yeslerda, directing the service of the summons by publication. James Wilson, Jam.s Murphy and John Koilly broke into the residence ol John Ruddells, No. ?? East Sixty-second street. and.carrled on a quantity of silver ware. When arraigned for trial yesterday la Part 2 of the Court of Geueral Sessions the prisoners pleaded guilty, and JudgoOlidersloeve sent them to the Statu Prison onoh lor the torm ol four yoars. Robert Whltteiuoro, alias John 1L Husted, who la charged with being Implicated with William Muir in tho uttering ol forgod St. Louis couuty (Mo.) bonds and who teutUied against the latter on his triaL v.. discharged yestorday on his own recognisance in 1 art 1 of the Court of General Sessions, the trial of Muir having been pasifconed and Whlltutnor? stlnu. luting to appeur wueu summoned. "Pu The suit or Tomasoill, tu? lato barber In th? Stevens Apartment House, against Mrs. Marietta It hlevous for damage*, the fuels ol which have alren.i i been published in the Hkkai.p on a former trial! en,? up lor trial again yesterday bsloro Judge Freodmin holding Special Term ol tue Superior Court. Several witnesses were oxatnlnod, and the trial will probablv occupy two or three days. ?*">uaoiy In the caso ol Jeremia.li Wllllama, a colored roan Who was on trial in PartJ ol the Court of Genera/ Sessions for perjury, in having sworu that he whs tne sole next ol kin ol his laiher, Androw W'lllanii it 0*}u,a POssosaioa ol uuestato valued, at $3,600, the jury returned n verdict of aiiiitv Judge Sutherland remanded the prisoner, who will be tried on anotner Indictment lor asimiiar oUence tlia.ibetn McLvoy hns brought a suit m iho Su. perior Court against her husband. Jamog McEvov lor u limited divorce ou tho ground ol ullojiod cruel treat, luenu Sho states in her compluiut mat siuco tho your 1871 her husband lias becu au babltuul uruukard aud when intoxicated would continu acts ol violeuce upon her. In Doceuiber, 1870, he onarged her, as she ?!!?? r tt"cK?s, with boing unchaste, and In June. 18(8, struck her several powerful blows on tho luou and eyes with his clenched fist, causing the blood to 1 k i 8.ays th>l tt)ey llavo <our ohlldren and that her bustnnd, who la worm $5,000 in personal prop. i aud real estate, is well ubie to pruvide lor them uud her. Judge Freedmau yesterday relorred ihu oase to George F. Lingbein. 7 reierrea ihu lief ere Cinoi Jusu.:e Curtis, In tne Superior Court yesterday, there was finished the iriul ol a suit brought by Jonn McGowan, reeeivcr of ihe Guar, dian savings Institution, against Joseph J. O'Douo. hoe. Ine action was brougnt to recover $24 OoO which toe defendant, as alleged, receivedHfrom Jeiotniah Qu.niau, tne llrst recoivor of the in stiluuon, Iroin February 12, 1872, to October is" 1871. The plalnlill claims thai tho $24,000 was part of Q unlan s deliclenoy. Ihe defence is mat $6,0u0of iho amount came from one Riley, who was Quinlau'a *1*8 nnn0t?C ,n.Te."t"1 '"r h,m. ""J us to ihe remaining ???r .'? ,ae,ellUunt rccelvod it in the ordinary course Ol business as payment of a previous indeblod s "y Qmnlan, und ample security lor wuich ho sur. renaered to Ciululan. Tho case was submitted to tbo jury ana asouieu verdict oruerod I or Monday morning hornus Oatheri, who with bis lamily reside. ,u 1 iiturson, N. J., is seeking through habeas corpus proceedings to obtain tho custody of hia daughter Mary Agnes, thirteen years old. now living witii hor grauumothcr, Mrs. Mary Kshoe, at No 224 E ,s? iiliiV "trcei. ilo says in his potilion that tuo chnd went to livo wim her grandparouta. In Paierson some seven years ago, aud that alter tho deaih of Johu Kehoo, bor grandfather, Mre. JCulioo moved la this city and no* refuses to givs up the child. Judge llarrett, who yesterday grunted a writ ol hub 'as corpus in the caso, sot it down lor a hearing to-dsv A lire broke out In the auction store of Leopold Josepbsoo.atNo. 126 llowory, ou June 1J last. Before it could be extluguiaUeu the wuiis leii, burying six lire, niou in tne rums. They were, biwevor, promptly rescued without having sustained any serious to,uNes Iho cuuso ol tho hro was subsequently investigated by i ire Marshal Sheldon, aud it was discovered tial it originated in Incendiarism, and Josephson and a salesman named Louis Hossman were laken into cus. tody and indicted. Josephsou en being admitted to bail ub,eondod. Evidence was given to show tha? Rossman bad been made a dupe ol by Josepbsen and. on being arraigned lor trial yesterday in Pari 2 o( .hi Court ol geueral Sessions, the prlsonor, through his counsel Mr. William F. Kintstng, tendered a plea ol guilty of ursop In the lourth degree, wnlch was ac cepted. Judgo Glldersleeve sent iho prisoner to the Peuitentlary lor ono year. prisoner to the James Smith was arraigned yesterday in Part lot the court ol General Sessions on an indict mom eharg. lug him w tb having in his possession $40,000 worth ol ten dollar notes Of the Consolidated Baua ol Canada, which were believed to nave been loraed ,a"U,S6? ?taua !o Uourt tnat he bad h^d ? great deal ol trouble with lawyers. Ho had wrltie? to a lawyer In Canada and ho had reccivi-d a rente atttling that he wouidbehero on Monday. Ho would there tore, like to have tho caso put ott until ihsn Judge Sutherland said ho would allow tne case in stand over adding, Jocosely, thai ho did nol toe why iho uocused wuuted to got a lawyer Iroin Canada when there were plenty of iuwyera around tnut would taka his money us fast as be could shell h out. John Muck, a tailor, was placed on trinl vest?nin? by Assistant Uislrlot Attorney Lyon, In Pari 2 oMh? Court ol General Sessions, charged with Jarceoy Iroin ?V?# l,me' 11 "bpearod that on ihj night of the 5th insi. tho aecunod, who waa In dostl. tuio circumsiunces, met churio* Prana, ol No l-'iO E?s?x street, and botb wont on a spree. When Prang ho had become unconscious, awoao In the morn mg he louud mat nia gold waloh S?.i? and lockot, valued at $100. had dwn\.roared in i?|W ?UyT.JUl0r.A4nC,C* y'1,0 Wl>i somewhat dissolute in nis haul is, and who was never known to hi.ve auv nioiioy, sud'ionly turuod up with u twenty dollar bill Which ne intrustod to a liquor dealer to keep j?r in n* 1 bis circuuiblanue aroused suspicion, and M ick wnnn arrested, admitted that he had slil'n snd ao'w thS property lor $,i7. Ho mbsequently averred how. ever, tbat h<' had made that coulessloo whllo labormJ under the InUuonco of li.juor. At tho tr,al y?lor?u" he lailcd to account saltsiuctorliy !or n,e nossossion ? ih ,niOUO> "uJ 1,10 Jury conviciod bun Jud^o Gildorsleove sent him to the ataie 1'nsun lor lhr52 years and six months. mrto THE DE GlilKIT CASE. JAMES Jj. BELL TESTIFIES THAT BE WAS BIIIBED BY BEOLKX?WHAT BIB BEWABD WAS TO BE. Ttio examination In tbs Do Orlcff-Trlaoca Begley allotted conspiracy was resumeil yesterday before United Suios Commissioner Shield*. .Mr. James L. Bell wag recalled and and that ho bad an Interview in February, 1877, with Uogloy ro<pocting a ciso that wua tbca ponding in tbo United States Court; be said that be received a note Irom Henley to call at bis office; saw Bcgley there and took him Into another room; Begley s la tod tbat Mr. Bliss and lost all inflaencee over the case sinco the changes la tbs United States District Attorney's offloo, and thai there were partios then trjlng to manipulate ibesult, so tbat bo would lose all Intorastln U and nol receive anything trout the government, and asked witness II be would be willing to assist Do OrleQ A Co. to broak down tbe prosecution of tbo govern ment, aud witness replied that bo did not want ta huvo anything to do with ilio ui.uter, but that II the case wb.h us staled he would assist mem, and would lot him ki.ow in a day or two. Saw hnu again in March, 1H77. At thai interview Bsglsy sanl be hua sue it the parties aud bad made an arrangement with lliem, ami that all ho nould get was $1,A00, aud lhat wuuess' sbaro ol tbo transaction was 10 go to tho District Attorney's office"; thai be was to take a ielior to Mr. White and receive i-UU. be tben saw General Woodford and afterward .Mr. Clarke; subsequently n.xi interviews witb a man named Brlttlnghum; ha saw Briltingham at Do Uriel! It, Co.'s; had a seooud Interview with Bruilugham and also a third; st tbat luiorvluw BritlingbBio requested him to copy a pa per; no did cony it mid sonl It to Do Oriel! k Co., turougb the run office; Lit Ittincham requested htm 10 writo auuthor dooiiniont; knows tbat letter was received,by l)e Oriell As Co.; llrlttingbam paid 11:in $400; mill was paid him when be doposlied III* Ural, letter receipt produced, signed by C. W. Bar low, cashier lor Do Uricfl & CO. ; gut that on thu sec ond day alter sending tho letter; soma pupors wcro given t" wit noss in by Jlitchcock, tu the store 01 DoUMelT Hi Co.; tiicy consisted ol letters irom Landry At Tueilatd, ol I'urts, to Do Urlell At Co. A nnmber ol letters and papers ol DeUriell k Co. wore banded to the witness, and idounUea by In in. Tho inquiry was thou adjourned uutll to-day at 2 P. M. A WIFE'S COMPLAINT. Ooorge 11 Doll, of No. 2 Hamilton street, was ye? terdsy committed In dolault of ball at tbo Fllty-mr. ?ntb Street Court to answer a sories ol charges pre ferred against blm by bis wile. Tho Intter's story, told with many sobs and wnllo toars rolled down bsr cheeks, was briefly as lollows:?Her parents wer? very well off years ago whon Doll obtained hor hand In marriage. He represented tbat he had consider able property in liaverstraw, bui whoa sho went there to live -villi linn shu Ion oil lie had not a dollar In llie world. Sue nluiig to bin, however, and worked hard ler it living; nut, alter tuo birin ol her inird child, be deserteu her. She me to this city a tew years ago and went to live with her parents, who bud by mis tirao oeoofno reduced in circumstances. *h<' sirumilod haul to bring tip her ciuidr?u nicely ?nd Was getting along very wtu until a lew days ago. When, l? her surortse, Doll walked loio her rooms and begun to nliitso her. She end nothing, and be Dually leit with oursns on his lips. Dreading his re turn, and apprehensive lb it hu would do her bodily Itaiw. shs procured bu arr?4t us stated aba**