nEfRHUD inor I THE i n c n m i M AIXIOEB A-BBSTED THE IHSTTRAITCI PBESIDEITS.
F a r i l * « f a r » o f tB« T r a n » » r t I o n — An li . l l s a S t a b b i n g t k a t . D i d Met E l d A M o t i o n for a N e w T r i a l far R o b e r t L . T h e B a b i e s a n K i h l b l t I o n — H o w t h e
SaBrefcina; i » r B a l l . F a t >lljr—A J u d g e ' s O p _ f o n an the
THE STORM. O B Saturday last, at the consent of both Mat er.
The Court of Oyer and Terminer w a s crowd-
M a t h e r s IsBBaWB— A L i t t l e Caejwette. I
N PI K!H a B O B B r V* OBDKK OP D R L A N O C. .'*!»•
VIX, k > ( . Surrogate «f ItH" county of Hew Vorfc. •» •
The neighborhood of Fifth avenue and n s e i i V n - ; >rm-n u. nil p^rwijp b a t i n r r U n n . a t c a u i *
An Official Visit to the Scene of ICoy.ser Still parties. Judge Demobee fixed the bail in the At a late hour Sunday night P h _ p _ i r e b c l l i ed again on Monday in consequence of the Fourteenth street had a peculiar aspect Mon- liri-xrnf tie -aru» wiui voucher* Otfr-oftu (he auunrrinrr. S D M l i a e E . M W . I J C - . . ; th «il» M .V •»• Vorfc d-<e»«r.l I, |
Ailiger s u i t The complaint had been ready was in a low beer s h o p , a t N o . 59 Mulberry announcement that a motion would be made <lay. Usually Only a crowd of fair shoppers M h i « p ! a c r - n f D a * a t * « (Marts*- national *«»*> Mo B t
the Disaster. Htand. for quite a while, but it was agreed to g i v e street with s o m e other Italians, when a for a s t a y of proceedings and for a new trial, can be seen enlivening the staid avenue, but da> o »trra r c mnU » tcltv of .N>«r w V - r-m or brUare ttw r o. I Wall
li ra Dau-4 V -
t tie- 21at d a
aiwu»t. 1877. <a*24i J A S K S O FISH. ESecator.
MsastrtM ¥\—4* and tales Altig Mr. Ailiger time t o look up bondsmen. row ot I'urred, and he w a s struck on t h e head on the ground of newly-discovered evidence, this morning, £n spite of the drizzling rain, a
At 10 o'clock this morning, how- severe y w i t h a soda-water bottle b y Antonio in the case of Robert L . Case, t h e late presi- steady stream, of ladie-. all armed a t least
the Atlntif Coa<4. No Ck>mmTinication Yet ever, the papers vfere put into the Sheriffs Libre! x When t h e disputants dispersed h e dent of the Security Life Insurance Com- with onr
M f*l KKl A M r * OP AM O R P S a o r DKUUM
^ r * k v * v Ra«^ Ssrrucatr of u > s s s n a r ot Mew Vorfc.
flocked to Midget Hall. The n«u>» uhor<t>jrrireatealiiM-rwtnRitarnwelauaf aausM
Possible. The Assignment to Jackson hands, and Deputy Sheriff Windsor w a s in- went t have his head dressed. H e then went pany, w h o w a s convicted of perjury in mak- show,
Davi.l Wrrni. late af Ui< Citv .••. MM* Vurk ••••o-sanl. t-
eh sojiiiurh had l»een spoken, P'"'" 1 «" -any-. wHfc wnmcb> r. 0.rr~*. to «•<• mitrnX+et.
structed t o arrest Mr. Elijah Ailiger, Mr. B . t o No. 10 Mulberry street, where s t a l e lager ing affidavit t o the false condition of the com- and which a d fluttered m a n y a mother's at his plac. «r bu»»r*s So. i Avrtmr A, IT. th. city m
niLKOADH A » ('MILS ( I T OFF. ANOTHER LARGE VESSEL LOST.
D. Ailiger, and Mr. Schoon maker, or to g i v e is sold Officer Hogan noticed a man stand- pany.
them a short time t o find bail.
Windsor went immediately t o Mr. Alliger's not mi pert a n y criminal intent.
Mr. Case s a t
h e has been in suspense
b y heart with expectation, w a s opened. The full M - Wk. miS^w Vorkuta* four* nth Is/ m JV
D e p u t y i n g on the opposite side of the street, but did the lady members of his family. Since force of entries w a s not y e t present, howerer.
coun- Of the noble five hundred but one hundred
or \KU,T* U> nin-u-. iilkla? of
BOBT. B B B B B B . Proctor far £«.. KxM*ater.
John H. Keyser. t h e Ring plumber, w a s on | u M _ L B B B a B C B OF A N e B O E R UV DRT.AMO C. CAI.
office in Cedar street, but Mr. Ailiger At 2 'clock this morning he heard cries of tenance seems t o have assumed an and fifty answered0>y deputy, of course,! t h e I U > . Baq.. SarroCBb- «f the e o a s t y m Urm Vorfc
t h e witness stand again Monday before t h e
FOBTBKHS M O N B O B , Va., November 26.— special committee of t h e Board of Aldermen. was absent. He was found in " Mur< ler, h e l p ! " and on c o m i n g u p found the Involuntary look of sadness and anxiety. roll-call of the paternal Mr. Thomas. On t h e acatnat <;«•*** Wilk**.n Mto » allarr*a*r<l in prcVnt Motn-» i« fcrrrtiy a i i v
p~r~.ii, rav,,*, riaiat*
Damage from High Water On learning of the wreck of the Huron on Sat- Owing t o his repeated prevarications and an office near by, and expressed no surprise right trm of MirebeUi thrown around Li- The argument having been adjourned until Fifth avenue end ot the hall were t h e twine, n u n c w i t h e>«f n»r« tnrr>.<t°. n . Ma. -'•> William - u »-t
lao* of trasaarnnsr s s n k s n
fc» O R •uti«-rtf<*n at t_
urday last Rear-Admiral Trenchard i m m e - evasions during his examination on Satur- a t t h e order of arrest, but was s o m e w h a t dis- bretto his former assailant, with a desperate to-day, J u d g e Davis occupied t h e bench for s i x pretty pairs of babies, tenderly and w r i t > <>f New Vork. on or hrforr tn* 37Ui 4mr of D*
at Washington. diately ordered t h e tender Fortune., t h e day, his testimony w a s b y no means com- mayed t o find that J u d g e Donohue had fixed embra e, and on separating t h e men it was the express purpose of hearing t h e motion. proudly watched over b y their no l e s s pretty
t IIINT n o t Dated New Vorfc, 2Sd dav of Jus*.' I»i77
A ORA*TE itlNf; (
R i r i l a B D KIN., .
steamer .Stratara, and the wrecking-iteamer plete, and he endeavored t o follow t h e s a m e the bail at $150,000. H e desired a little time found t hat he bad been stabbed in t h e abdo- Hon. Algernon S. Sullivan is associated with mothers. On a dais which ran along <j*3S). V i u m A. D c t a . Fn* tor for E ,
B. dt J. Baker t o proceed t o the scene of dis- course to-day. H e had apparently drilled t o look up bondsmen, and t h e officer accom- men, aud over t h e right hip, t h e weapon, a Mr.Winfleld. Both of them made aide ar- t h e whole Fourteenth street side of
WA-smxciTox, November 26.—The Signal aster. The flagship Powhatan and the himself a s t o t h e replies he should make. AI panied him t o several of his Wall street stiletto, h a v i n g penetrated a h e a v y coat, a g u m e n t s . There never w a s a case, Mr. Wiufleld t h e floor, and on chairs in VIX. I
M PI K S I A M C E O P AM ORDER *W DELANO r « _ 1
t h e n«ai*.' i*r.-M.. Sarroaate of ttw pr*mm* ot mew <York
hereto- r i v e n to all
Serviee observer a t Great * • _ » , M d , reporto Smatara sailed a t dusk, the others t i m e s he a s s u m e d a stupid appearance, which friends. Up to 1:30 no bail had been pro- Cardu. .a ja< ket, a chest protactor, a n d t w o said, in which, upon testimony s o slim a s t h a t room, s a t the mothers ot the others, holding ayainM JtnV-non O l d i n g t o n . latf ot tae citv oi New Tark
preceding them. They arrived off w a s b y no m e a n s consistent with s o m e of h i s cured, and Mr. Ailiger w a s still In t h e custody shirts. which w a s introduced on t h e part of the prose fisSBBsi, to snaasBI the a s s s t , with MnatafaBaanaC t»
a t 7 A. M. a s follows: their little ' h e r u b s in their arms, o r watching the M b v r i b e r a . at th* orflce <-i . lirt-.rt <".,1 hn^i.-i. So! 17
" The water has fallen fast within the last Kitty Hawk b y d a y l i g h t . The ForUav w e n t answers when he t h o u g h t they were favor- of t h e Sheriff. Mr. Schoon maker w a s found The - lathes helped t o protect the person of cution, where t h e offense w a s s o g r a v e a s t h e them toddling about the floor. T h e y were of W » S .»;• th dav ol Octoberof S e wDated S «n T >rk the ftaw
street, in the eity
t w o hours, and it h a s fallen six inches since down t o B o d y Island and skirted t h e beach, able to himself. Near him were a number of at h i s office in Broadway, but declined t o s a y Mirebt ili, and, being a man of powerful one charged upon this defendant here, a ver- all a g e s , from t w o and three months to two day of April. 11*77.
CLIFFORD CODDIX'JTOX, Etr-rutar
t w o o'clock A.M. A. very light rain is now looking for t h e wreck. Captain Stoddard, in well-worn ledgers, which It is presumed a n y t h i n g on t h e subject. physlq ue, he w a s able t o s t r u g g l e success- dict w a s g i v e n a g a i n s t the defendant. To and three y e a r s ; of all nationalities; of all lapITr J I L I A CODDIMOTOS E x e c u t n a
falling." t h e B. ami J. Bauer, followed t h e beach down, contained s o m e of his accounts with t h e city. sustain a conviction in a c a s e like this, cloar descriptions, fat and lean, handsome and
The Alligers have retained Messrs. Chit- fully with h i s e n e m y . However, the wound IM KSl A . V E OP AN OKDEK O f H o * J r.
At 8 A. M.—" The river remains the s a m e a s and found it about 8 A. M. The sea w a s run- Mr. Tweed w a s present, b a t was not e x a m - tenden A Hubbard, of Pine street, to de- on the abdomen w a s a quarter of an inch and incontrovertible t e s t i m o n y w a s required. homely, lively and morose, crying and laugh- 1 DALT. one .nf the Jndce* ot the Court of Common Plea*
i a and tar the c i t y and county ot New Tork. notice r»
when la*t reported. A break in t h e canal, ning very h i g h , and there was no possibility ined. fend them, and a member of t h e firm said deep. On being brought before Justice The prosecution had not charged t h e de- ing ha I lies. The mothers, w h o were, of course, berc-ny jftrcn to a l l b e r t o n * hat in* • _ m § scainst Kr^dcr
right over t h e conduit*, thirty feet wide, has of landing a s i g n a l officer. We s e n t to t h e fendant with falsifying t h e account a s per all handsome, looked proud beyond descrip- iek W. o f l n and William Rnsco* Lyon. liCelv r»mpo<«nT
KETSEB'S TBST1MOVT. this morning t h a t t h e y have a g o o d case on F l a m n e r to-day, a t t h e Tombs Police Court, the flriii of Coffin A Lyoa. of the c i t y oi S e w Vork. o r
occurred. A very h e a v y rain is now falling." Baker, and in t h i s w a y communication ledger account. T h e y did not prove the con- tion, particularly a s t h e mother w h o w a s the acaiti-t cither of them, to present the sanae, with ihw
On being examined b y Mr. Cole, Keyser t e s - the merits. If Mr. Ailiger did not succeed in Libretto w a s held for trial in default of Touchi-M
dition of the c o m p a n y b y the ledger account. h a p p y possessor of a pair of four-months office. No thrnefor dulystreet, in to thet *Mitiicriher. at h ia verined. *
At 9 A. M.—" The river has fallen 1% inches w a s had with t h e shore, and we
tified a s follows : obtaining bail to-day, t h e y would a p p l y for $1,000 bail; and his Honor, in c o m m i t t i n g 2TV n>*kman
or heTore the 5th day of December, 1*77. Dat- 1 N e w
the f i ot" New York, o
learned t h a t 114 were drowned, and but twins. " Won't you find this rather tedious ?'' Vork. September lWh. 1*77
since the last report. The ra'n has ceased." Q. Have y o u t h e a s s i g n m e n t from Mr. Jack- a reduction in the amount t o the Supreme him, expressed a wish that he, t h e prisoner, Mr. Sullivan followed, and took t h e effective
The Signal Service observer at t h e Aque- thirty were saved, of whom four were officers.
s o n S. Schultz that I asked for? A. Yes, sir Court a s soon a s possible. and hi compatriots would all return to the ground t h a t t h e affidavit upon which the Inquired t h e writer of a beautiful y o u n g T t _ 0 1 a w 6 w JOSIAH P. MARsH'ANO. J t
duct Office, Georgetown, D . C , reports a s fol- Admiral Trenchard then ordered t h e Stmtara (handing the papers t o Mr. Colei; there are
t o remain and bury t h e dead, when a landing
The complaint charges t h a t t h e firm of Ai- sunny -oil of I t a l y . conviction w a s had w a s nowhere t o be found
mother, w h o rejoiced in the possession of a I
N P f R S f A S C E OF AX ORDER OF OKI.AN.i C L'AL-
VIS, E n j . . Surrogate of the county oi S e w Vork. n o
three-year-old little flirt. " I'm afraid I will," t i c l- Ii.-r.-by c i v n to all p e n o n * having claim* acaintt.
l o w s : At 7 A. M.—'* The river fell t w o inches two assignments. liger Bros, collected moneys for which t h e y a s drawn in conformity with a n y statute. The J a m e s Grimmond. lat>- of t i c eRy of New Vork. deceased
during the p a s t hour. The t o t a l fall since 10 could be m a d e w i t h safety. Captain Stod- Q. Were t h o s e papers made on the dates made no account t o t h e h o m e c o m p a n y , and A Serenade. affidavit w a s not require. 1 b y law, and there
she said. " I don't care tor babies particu- to present the a m r . with vouch*m thereof, to Uie »nb*
dard remained t o wreck the vessel. T h e acriber*. at their place of tranaactinx tm«n«<!w. at th*
o'clock A. M. i s eleven and a half inches." t h e y bear? A. I suppose s o . this amount i s set forth at $125,000 during The c impliment of a serenade was tendered was a wide variance in t h e wording of the larly, except m y own little Emma," and s h e office of Samuel O w e n . No 75 Nauwau ctrt-et in the c i t y ot
At 8 A. M. -The river fell t w o and a half Powhatan left for Hampton Roads a t on Sato rday evening to Mr. " Tody "Hamilton, statute and t h a t of t h e indictment. It w a s kissed her cherub. " M a m m a , don't m u s s S e w Vork, theor before theSeptember. H*77. n e x t Dated e w Vork. on flr*i .lay oi April
Q. Don't y o u know? A. I d o not. the time the firm w a s composed of £ . Ailiger, S J4th dav of
inches during the past hour.'* A t 9 A. M.— 1 P. M., and anchored here at midnight. press agent of the Aquarium, by his press m y hair," replied the little coquette, w h o evi- JAMES (', HKSRV * - „ .
Q. Oh, d o answer. A. I don't know. B. D . Ailiger, and J. Schoonmaker. and the intention t h a t t h e oath should be admin- JAMES B c L E A S . i Eieeatora.
" T h e river fell one inch during t h e past hour. She passed a large vessel sunk with her t w o Q. D o y o u expect a n y i m m u n i t y from the $25,000 during t h e time t h e firm w a s c o m -
friends and the ce'ebrated band of the Great
istered to these dfficers before t h e y opened
dently w a s opposed t o " d e m o n s t r a t i o n s " of SAMl'EL OWEN. Pro. tor for Kv-rutors.
Total fall since 1 A. M., futeen inches." lower m a s t s about e i g h t feet out of water, Londo Circus. Immediately subsequent to this sort in t h e presence of a y o u n g man. (s25i So. 7", Naiwau »treet. S o w Vorfc.
city of N e w York b y reason of your g i v i n g posed of E. Ailiger and J. Schoonmaker. The
the performance at Gilmore'a Garden the band, their books, and t o make t h e affidavit a t t h e
The Signal Service observer a t Harper's
t o p m a s t s g o n e , Currituck Light bearing
northwest b y no ih, distant tlurteen miles.
testimony in the R i n g frauds ? A. I can only bail in t h e first case i s $125,000, and in the under < he leadership of Mr. James Robinson, beginning and not a t t h e end.
S P l R s r A X C E OF A S ORDER OF DELANO C ~ C A £
There were quite a number of visitors this i« V I S . E-o... Surrcsrat.- ofDeroonv having eclaim* anainat
hereby given to ail
I the county of S » Vork. SoUee
Ferry, Ya., reports t o t h e Chief Signal Officer answer-— second $25,000. proceeded to the Aquarium, where, after a Mr. Sullivan w a s still a r g u i n g the matter morning already, and. s t r a n g e to s a y , m o s t Garret C. Van Kirk, late of the city of New York,
a s follows: Mr. Cole—You m u s t s a y y e s or no. deceased, to prex-tit the same, with voucher* thereof.
[Norm.--The number of lost mentioned is U p t o 3 o'clock bail had not been found. grand musical feast, a flow of soul ensued. of a new trial and arrest of judgment for of them were y o u n g ladies. The s h o w will In the nutiM-riU-r. at the office of William V SimpMai.
" 9 : 3 0 A.M.—The rivers have fallen five probably too large. The Associated Press Mr. Keyser—I believe t h a t w a s the date, Among the distinguished guests present Robert L. Case at t h e t i m e of g o i n g to remain open e v e r y d a y during this week th.- 2.VI Rroadway. of April next. S eDated S e on Vork th* No tn the citv of w Vork. or brtiwe
eleventh dav w
feet, but are still v e r y high." a g e n t a t Fortress Monroe went down on the but I w a s s o sick that I couldn't hold m y VTVTEJ'S JEALOUSY. upon the occasion were noticed Mr. Charles press. from 10 A. M. t o 10 P. M., and Gothamites •Vfhtli d a y af October. 1S77
OIDEOK c MCDOWELL,
WASHINGTON, November 26.—The observer Pbu-hatan, and w a s in ignorance, of course, of head u p . T h e B e l l e o r C r t m s r a t S t a b s H e r l i o v e r . Reiche. the proprietor; Hoa. James Fitzgerald, The trial of Dr. T. S. Lambert, president of will t h u s have an opportunity to SAKAH V. MCDOWELL.
a t Great Falls reports a t 10 A.M.: "River has what reliable facts were telegraphed from the Q. Who held your head when y o u wrote Member of Assembly; Major Duffy. Sixty-ninth tof»> Adriuni-itrstor*.
Vivien Aubrey, a w o m a n neatly attired in regiment :C. Fred Hulder. Central Park Mu- the American Popular Life Insurance Com- Sing a song of babies. r
fallen t w o inches since last report; water shore on Saturday and Sunday, and his dis- your name ? A. I suppose I did.
running at the rate of twenty-five miles per patch contains w h a t was current on the Putr-
black, and w h o wore a large green veil over seum : Mr. Miles O'Brien. Treasurer Edgar. J. pany, on a charge of swearing to a false Of triplets and of twins. I
K P r R . s i A S C E 7 > F T \ X ~ O R I > E R \ » DELANO C C A L -
V1S. KSIJ.. Surrogate ol the county ot S e w Vork. N.mow
i.« hereby given to all persona having claim* attain->t Wil-
Q. D o y o u remember having signed the her face, w a s arraigned betore Justice Bixby
hour." katan off t h e coast.] W. Ham ilton. Homer Davis Dockrill, and John statement of t h e company's accounts, was Three hundred little darlings. liam Lottiiu.-r, late of tiie rity ot New York, deceased, to
papers ? A. I d o . Enduring crooked pins. present the same, with vouchers thereof, to the suh*crib-
Monday, charged with stabbing Albert Parkes. Great London Showd Michael Coyle, postponed this morning b y J u d g e D a v i s for ers, a t the office ol' William I • 1 tun. r A Co . Sos. T i and 77
Movement* of t h e Storm. Mr. Cole—Then that isn't a blank. E. Ropes, in a house on Thirty-second s t r e e t Superintendent of Education. State of Iowa. a week. When the show was opened Leuuard street, in the city ot New Vork. on or before lh«
T h e Sea Still H i g h . The babes began to bawl. tiOrenth dav of November n e x t Dated S e w York. tha>
W A S H I N G T O N , November 26—10:30 A. M.— Q. Where were y o u when y o u signed t h e Mr. Ropes is wealthy, and for s o m e t i m e 3oU» day of April. IS77.
WASHTNGTON, November 26.—The Signal B A B Y GEORGE. Wasn't that a sound to make J A S E CATHARINE I.OTTTMER.
The s t o r m centre yesterday morning in Service observer a t t h e wreck of t h e Huron papers ? A. In m y sick room. past has supported Miss Aubrey. Of Cheap and Itapld Transit. WILLIAM AI.FKEIt LOiTlNKK.
Q. Was General Barlow there I A. He w a s . late he s e e m s t o have g r o w n cold in An old maid love them all I JOHN « L O O I H ; O O I > . , Exccutora.
Northern Arkansas has increased in extent reports t o the Chief Signal Officer, at 1:40 P. The Morrisania Steamboat Company have A P r e e o r i o a s I i i f n n t a n d Hia I n s t r u c t o r . JEKOME L. HILL.
and moved to Northern Indiana, with dimin- M., as follows : " No more bodies h a v e been Q. You don't know w h a t the d a y of the his attentions t o her, and s h e g r e w jealous. inaugurated cheap and rapid transit from York- The youthful acrobat, Baby George, who The Police Cnptnins. JOHN a. DAVIS.
A B V K X , Kiri'H A WOODFORD. 32 Park place. S e w
ished pressure. Threatening and rainy recovered from the wreck of t h e Huron. The month w a s ? A. I have no Idea. Last evening she learned that Mr. Ropes had villo to t he lower part of the city. The steamer executed the " split a c t " and other w o n - It was said at Police Headquarters this morn- York citv. .toy31
weather is now prevailing from the Upper tide is running strong northward, and it is Q. What w a s your disease ? A. Nervous accompanied a w o m a n named Jennie Xe'son, Osseo leaves the pier foot of Eighty-fourth derful contortions, and his reputed father, ing that there are no charges as yet against
Mississippi Valley and Tennessee eastward probable t h a t a number will come ashore prostration. a woman of ill-fame, and, g a i n i n g access to
street. Last river, at 8 and 9:30 A. M. and 3:30 Julius Martinetti, were in Supreme Court, any of the police captains except Captains
and 5:15 P. M.. and Fulton Market slip at 8-45. Chambers, this morning, the father being Foley and Seibert, all reports to the contrary tice is herebV given tat.all persona ol New f.krk. deceased,
S PrRSUANCE OF AN OIUtER OF DKI.ASO C CAI~
VIS. Esq . Surrogate ot the county c f S e w York, no-
to having claims against
t o N e w England, Middle Atlantic States and further north. The sea is too h i g h to g e t a Q. Consequent upon what ? A. Troubles, the house, stabbed him in the right side, in- William Wheatley, of the city
11:45,4 10 and 6:15. landing at Fifty-first street to present the same, with vouchers thereat, to the sub-
notwithstanding. Acting Superintendent Dilks scribers, at the office of A. T. Brown. No tCtWal! street,
North Carolina, with increasing southerly t o boat t o t h e wreck. The dead body of a col- of course. dicting a wound of a s l i g h t but troublesome each wav. Fare each way, five cents. Another there upon habeas corpus, and the boy in
charge of Superintendent Walling to be dis- stated that he has not signed any new charges in the aany . ofDated S e w Y"ork or before dav .if <kct»oer.
Sew York, on the 18th day ot
easterly winds from North Carolina to ored m a n from Baker's boat w a s washed up Q. H a v e you read those papers since Satur- character. She w a s arrested, and Mr. Ropes,
boat wii be added to the line in the spring, against police captains, and that he has none April e i t 1ST".
WILLIAM WHEATLHY. Exe- utor.
New J e r s e y . Clear weather and southerly during the night." day ? A. I have not. on being attended b y a surgeon, w a s taken thereby loubling the number of trips a n d t n o posed of. It is understood t h a t in conse- before him. He deprecates the publication of JENNIE WHEATLEY. l-\.- mrix.
t o w e s t e r l y winds are reported from the Gull Q. D o y o u know how you c a m e to make home b y s o m e friends. accomni >dation afforded residents of this city quence of the ignorance of Martinetti of the charges before the day of trial as calculated to oil Per A. T BROWS. Proctor.
States. The barometer is now rising from .Vit l i m a o f t h e D i s a s t e r . this assignment to Jackson S. Schultz ? A. I This morning in court he did not w a n t to on the e.ist side. The trip is made each way in law in relation t o t h e acting of children create a publie sentiment favorable or unfavor- I
N P l l S t ANCE OF A S OK HI It O f D E L A S O C C A i , - -
V I S . Esa,.. Surrogate ot the countv oi S e w York. B s B s a l
Kansas to Dakota, with northerly winds BOSTON, November 26.—The captain's d o not. s i g n his complaint a g a i n s t Vivien, but Justice thirty m.nutes. This is certainly cheap and under eighteen he will be leniently dealt with. able to an officer before he has an opportunity • hor.-bv a r e a to all person* haviiur claim* against Mav
and colder, partly cloudy weather. The tem- clerk o n t h e Huron w a s John A. Gillett, son Q. Were you sworn the other d a y ? A. I Bixby told him t h a t if be did not do s o he rapid transit. Martinetti s a y s since fhe w a s arrested and to make known his defense. I b i a s j . Siliig. late ol the citv ot N.-w York, dc.-eased.
present the same, with vouchers thereof, to the subscrib-
perature has s l i g h t l y risen or continued of J. B. Gillett, of Maiden. Ho w a s lost, but was. ILaughtor.] allowed t o g o upon Ids parole t h a t the er, a t the office of Marniim A Reliharo. No. I3S Nassau
would be locked u p . H e then signed the com- atre.-t, in the citv of N.-w York, on or before the luth d a r
nearly stationary from the upper his n a m e d o e s not appear on the list a s he Q. You have a claim still a g a i n s t t h e c i t y ; plaint and Vivien w a s committed for trial i n Fire Record. blame liesin Mr. Tyler's allowing the boy t o A c c i d e n t i n tlie B a y . of December n<-xt Dated N.-w York, the -jfiUi day ot May.
lakes to the Middle and East- entered service after it w a s made up. w a s that for work and material furnished default of $1,000 bail for trial. To an E X - Beport of fires for forty-eight hours ending perform upon the s t a g e of t h e Olympic At quarter of seven this morning the ship 1S77. MARfiARETII.V SITTIi;, Administratrix.
BARNiTM A R E B l i A N S . Proctors for Adcnnistralrix.
Rorjal Agnes, while being towed to her berth Qn4)
ern States, and fallen in the Central Guir Among the unfortunate crew of the Hwon prior to OBtBBHb 1S71 ? A. Yes, s i r ; I have a PRESS reporter s h e declined to make a n y 8 A. M.. November 26: November 24. 8:31 A. M.. Theatre; that he went several times after
States. D u r i n g Sunday the Potomac, Upper was George W. M l who held the position on claim for work don? before and after that No*. 44o and 412 Eleventh avenue, 3-story wmiplaint had been madej to see Mr. Jenkins, on the East river, ran into the Hamilton Ferry
Ohio and Tennessee rivers continued rising board of ship's writer, it is supposed that the date. statement regarding t h e affair, and sat in the brick; d mage, slight. November 24, 11:45 A.
prison cell apparently indifferent a s t o what M.; fahv alarm. November 24.12:08 P. M., No.
of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to slip on the New York side. The v-'ssel was not of Common Pleas, in ami ii>r the city and . o i :oftthe Court I
S P I R S V A S C E OF A S ORDER MADE BV'
Riehird L. Larremore. one ot th Judges
damaged, nor did the pier suffer any injury. York, on the 9th dav oi November, 1S77. n»ti<-» y of Near n
Q. Did y o u ever g e t a contract after y o u Children, but failed to see him. Martinetti is
b e i n g near t h e " d a n g e r line " at Pittsburg. Mr. Price referred to resided for several years made this assignment ? A. Yes, I had m a n y is hereby
The Yougbiogheny and Monongahela com- in Brooklyn, and was employed at the Brook- orders • so many, indeed, that I refused them.
l « c a m e of her. 633 Wes: Thirtieth street-; November 24.3:43 said at one time to have been worth a fortune, The boats of the ferry company were delayed against to.tames Mi creditors and per.*.«i» having c l a i m s goen all the
Candles* and Han* A. S. huceklotii,
menced falling. I n d i c a t i o n s : For New E n g - lyn Theatre, which was burned last December. Q. When did the orders from thw c i t y
» P.M., N- .441 West Thirteenth street. 3-story but through injudicious investment and for an hour, and those of the South Ferry lately doing busiiK-v* in the nt> of New York under the
T h e C i g a r Striate. l*ick. N n-ember 24. 8:58 P. M.. No. 17 Essex landed their passengers at the toot of Wall firm i.ame af BeCanUeat A Sohneekloth. that t h e y a r a
land and Middle Atlantic States falling ba- He held the position of ticket-taker at the door cease ? A. In November, I should think. Nearly two hundred dollars were received street. 5-^iory brick: damage. $11)0. November speculation in p ublic entertainments i t melted street. The accident was due to the heavy fog t h e n ot dulv rsrnaaa, to the subscnlier. the dulv appoint-
required •*> present their said claim*, with viweiiera
Q. How much of this $250,000 claim a c -
rometer, increasing easterly t o southerly leading to the lower part af the house. crued [trior to the making of the assignment? this morning at the head'iuarters of the strik- 24.9:35 i . M.. No. 165 Delancy street, 2 ^'-story gradually away, so that now he has but his that prevailed at the time. ed assignee, at the office ot F. C. Bowman. Ksj. No. 7
Be. Km . n street, in the < itv of S e w York, on a* before t h e
winds, stationary or rising temperature, and A. The v e r y largest portion of it, sir. ing cigar-makers, in Concordia Hall. The frame; .! image. $800. November 25, 12:18 A. accomplishments a s a tumbler and contor- 2 1 s t d a v . i t Jsasiary, IBM. ltab-d New York. N.wersher
A Bark Wrecked Near Cape Slay. Or saner. th. 1*77 JOHN Hl.sKI. Assignee
threatening or rainy weather are probable. Q. After m a k i n g t h i s assignment did y o u tionist to depend upon. The hearing w a s ad-
C A P E M a y , N. J., November 23.—The st 11 consider you had a chum a g a i n s t t h e r i d d i n g of Itokohl and Levy 4 111 man has M.. No. C i Pear' street. 5-story brick: damage. The ease of Colonel Gessner was further F. C BOWMAS. A t f y for Assignee. SnKl l a w tiw
caused great joy among them, and is looked $10jJOO. November 25. 9:40, No. 217 East journed to another day. )
Cautionary signals continue a t Eastport, foreign bark Joneph Lang, from Bordeaux, in e'ty ? A. Not for that work; no, sir. postponed this morning until M-nday. I»e-
Q. Upon w h a t theorv w a s ft that these par- nans] as an omen that other manufacturers Twenty-third street, 4-story b n e k ; damage. I
N PURSUANCE OF AS ORDER OF IIKI.ANO C. CAt.
Portland, Thatcher's Island, Boston, W o o l ' s ballast, is ashore 12 miles north of Cape May. ticular claims were selected from tho mass will soon follow. It is said, however, that $10. No\ ember 25. 9:30 A. _ , No. 557 West sember 3. VIS. Baa., Surrogate af the e o u n t . af Men Vork. na-
tice is hereby given to all p t i s a n s huv.iig r l i m i . saatast
She will be a total loss. The trow were that were due you I A. M y answer is that I Rokohl is not a memi-er of the National Cigar Forty-fo irth street. 4-st>ry brick; BsaBBBB, Evacuation Day.
Hall, Cape May, Cape Henry, Kitty Hawk Lout; I s l a n d Notes. Andrew B. Briiiek; rboll. late af She eiiv oi Hi m fork, d e -
saved. dr i*t know. It would s e e m ' a s if the glory of the nation cease.1. to present the s a n e with v.metier* Kcreoi t i the
Cape Hatteras, Cape Lookout. Wilmington Manufacturers' Association, ami Levy A Cll- slight. November 25. 9 A. M., No. 329 East —The residence of Samuel Bartlett. at Jarnes- subscriber, at his afcare *f fceuatssa, .v» t i t Ra**ery ia
Smithville, Oswego, Rochester, Buffalo, Erie, [NOTE.—The Jo&eph Lang above men- Q. That is not an answer. Stenographer, man left the organization because at the begin- Twerty-f >urth street, 4-story frame: nwaVBje, had departed. Within the memory sfajnnnw the city ot New York, on ..r Iwior.- t i c -Jiit'i jlay ..t May
every lad af sixteen is the olo, honored custom port, was totally destroyed by fire with its . i n - next. "Dated S e w Y«Tk. ti;>- 12th dav ot Sov.-nili-r. W77.
Cleveland, Sandusky, Toledo, Detroit, Port
the question. wrre
tioned is probably the Russian bark Johaa repeat out on the theory A. Well, they were ning of the strike they indulged in t-eruin slight; N •vember 25. 12:54 P.M.; false alarm. (Snio. ., <; BlUNCKKUilOF!'. r.Xi« Jtor.
picked that those men of the celebration of Evacuation Day. when the tents on Saturday night, causing a loss of
Huron, Grand Haven, Chicago, Milwaukee, Lang, Captain Bjorkqvist, from Bordeaux defaulters to the city. language ami a certain c->urne of action BBBsBat Novemb. r 25. 4:07 P. M.. No. 693 Eighth avenue. National Guard paraded, the stores were $2,000. which was covered by insurant- in'.he
and Section On»\ and are ordered for Escanal a. October 8 for Philadelphia,] Q. And you turned them over to your the strikers wh f ch to the rest of the manufijr-- 3-story brick; damage. $2,200. November 25. closed and the streets were lined to Pha?nix Compaty of Brooklvn. 1
SPI RS fJABTE OF AN OSDEI ( F l t t . l . W O *-. I'AL-
VI.V Es.j.. ftarroejal «t" the c.rtiiUy ..: New V.»rk.
iMitic- is her "by id • i i to all seraaas having eiainaa
trustee? A. I did. turers was distasteful in Ike extreme, and HS 3:06 P.M.. No. 327 West Fifty-sixth BUBeUt- see the soldiers. This custom, which —Dr. Baisley. of Freeport, has BBnvawMfcBBf sn agsiast.!..-. j ih k i i ' late of Oie city of Sew York. <te-
Marquette, Alpena, Nor "oik, Baltimore, At- W A S H I N G T O N , November 26—2 P. M . - T h e Q. Which of thonr rhrfmn wereooBeried b y story fsame; damage, slight. Now;m*iei 25. should have been maintained until there action for sland-T. laying hia damages at cefis.it. to p ifi r i s l l h r m a i l n ifli vouch r« t h e r e * , to t!w
lantic City, Barnegat, Sandy h o o k . N - w Srgrnal Service observer-at Cape May reports JB0BBOB S. Schultz. ? A. Well, I g o t something thev expressed themselves to that effect. Levy S, 7:5o r. _ , No. 11 Baxter street. 5-story Brisk subscribers. s k t b c e a V e o- T l c m a * II. K.slm^n. No * »
York, Retl H a w n , N e w London, and New- to the Chief Signal Officer a s follows : •• The from Fox, Connolrv, E. A. Woodward, SH.O0O; lllina/i left the aanoeBBBaa la disgust. was not a soldier left to parade or a store $1,000. against John P o w r s , who, t h - do-tor Liberty street, ia the city ol Hew Vorfc. * a or betsta th*
J a m e s H a v e s paid his bill, SSaVWO from Lichtenstein Brothers m Company this damage. •>). to close, is now more honored in the breach alleges, a-eusedhini of malpractice in a recent St-i.u uiU-r. 1*77.
j;M sa • '•'• '• i f ;i nexi. "Date 1 New York triefcbMuay ot
port.. bark Johan Lang, from Bordeaux, in Italiast, Tweed. SlO.OiiO from Win. E. K i n g ; Mr. B. morning took forty more girls, and also some THOMAS H RODMAN., v - . - v l M
1 than in the observmve. for with the exception case. WM DWIGHT JOBSBOM. inassanna
Floods ai the Capital. c a m e ashore on the north side of Hereford W _ o a paid his bil. . 10 did Garvey and a few ten returned strikers. The work done by tie- G o n e to H i s A c c o u n t . of a few flags lazily clingimj to tle-ir staffs on —The public sehool-house at Hempstead was
WASHINGTON, November 26 The engines inlet, ten miles south of Cape M a v , Saturday others.
Q. H a v e v o u a n v data b v which v o u can
girls who began three or four •*•%• ago is Withoi t a repentant tear or expression of the roof of some patriotic hotel keeper's, h o s -
regret foi the cruel murder of his two innocoat
N PIVatTABs > : O K AN ORI>ER *1F DELANO 0 t'AtV
robbed on Saturday night of books and other is b e n by a n ,en to all |« r-^ms county • laim» uiiainst Pelix
ot New York. N'.»ti -e
of t h e fire department are e n g a g e d to-day in P. M. Crew of seventeen, including "aptain's tell m e bow much c c r i of these persons paid? superior in every respect, and the manufac- children. Henry Hannson died yesterday at telry or merchant's store, the average New articles of considerable value. I'affenrath. iate of the city of New Vork. d.-a eased, t -
p u m p i n g out basements overflowed b y t h e wife and child, landed Sunday b y construct- A. No. sir. turers say they cannot praise the skill and Yorker knows not of the day or the joy that present the same, with vouchers thercH. to the sahx-ri!
ere. at the office ot >. > A.l II Stitt. No. I l l Fnltnt
Q. What is vour bf*t information with re- intelligence of the girls too highly. The girls, the Cham?iers Street Hospital. From ths time w.-Hed up in the hearts of the residents of old City J o t t i n g s .
recent rains. The d a m a g e b y t h e storm in ing a raft of boats and s p a r s ; two of the gardto tne total I A. WeU, about $60,000. street, in tbe city ot New York, on or la-lore the twolrtAf
too. feel quite contented, especially those who of his r<<. ption there two weeks since up to Manhattan ninety-four years ago when the last lduilViv
—Officer Scanion. of the Twenty-seventh pre- iNovemtK-r. n . i t . ' Dat'-tl New York, the tw< HUt day a f
t h i s c i t y w a s principally confined t o such lo- sailors were badly hurt. The bark Ls fa*t Q. In the first place what did you mean by have advanced far enough to he put o a jour- the hour ' h i s death. Hannson. in his hours of the red-coats left our shores. 1K77.
cinct, killed a mad dog this morning at No. 6 ANDREW LI'K'E. A.'mitustrsbir
calities. All along the river front, including washing to pieces, and but little will l>e saved s a v i n g in that assignment that you were in- neymen's wages. _ eonsei uisness. never asked if there was any <nl2) THERESA PAKKENKATI1 Administratrix.
from her. The captain reports t h e *torm tlie debted to the county (if N e w York in divers The few remaining veterans of the war of College place.
Georgetown, the loss of property is very e x - likeliboo'l of his recovery, but, on the con-
tensive. The river is filled with debris, such m o s t severe he ever experienced."
s u m s of money? A. I meant that at that
time I was.
F u n e r a l of L a w r i n t r K. H i l l . trary, wl »»n he knew of the death of his
1SI2 still eling with a patriotic fondness to its —The meeting of the Academy of Science* at N PI KM AN E OK AN < il.IU-.K OF HELANO C. « AL-
VIS. E s o . S u r 1
Surrt.-gate of the county ot New Vorfc, na-
The funeral of ex-Alderman Lawrence E. >ounger hildren, his only wish was that he celebration, and to-d&y th- y assembled at Mil- No. 64 Madison avenue to-night will include a Joseph hereby given to all persons having York, deeeaaea. tic- is
V i e r i p -1. Iat>- or the citv ol .V-w
a s wood, barrels, p a r t s of bridges, and shan- Steamer Delayed. Q. N o w w h a t do you mean by s a v i n g that
on a fair a c c m n t i n g yoa would be ah-tit even Hill took place this morning from the Church too might die. and that the eldest, for whom itary Hall, in the Bowery, from whence they paper on the use of the tele-phone in deep *ea to present the s a » e , with vouchers tkereoi, to ih>i sub-
ties from the Upper Potomac. A large num- acriber. at the office of Henry Oucripel. S o ?»iTh«inp*ua
BOSTON. November 26.—The steamer Hlau- with the city? A. J u s t what I said. I can't •f St. Rose of Lima, in Cannon street, near there is I me hope'of recovery, might follow prjeeeded to the Sfurtevant House, where a soundings. str< et. in *«- s B s ot New York, on or Isfore the - \ ! -enth
ber of men and b o y s in s'uffs made lun, from Boston for N e w York, w a s at an- come any nearer. Broome. A solemn high mass was performed, fcis broth r aud sister. The man wa» doubt- dinner was provided for them by the Messrs. —James Finnell. of Se/vonty-third street ,vnd day ot October n e x t Dated S e w York, the twelfth d a y of
seizure of the floating property. One chor in Provincetown harbor t i n s afternoon, Q. W a s t h e s u m enumerated in that a s - with the Rev. Father Brennan as eelcbran; Leinnd. Previous to the disbandment of the Avenue A, was thrown from his wagon at Ave- April.l f .ap
SAJH'EL W. Ql E R l l ' B L A.lnui.uMator.
boy captured three barrels of whis- delayed b y the storm. signment all that was d a e t o you? A. It was Father CGorman. deacon; Father McGinley. less a m« lOinaniae old Sixth regiment. National Gaard, this com- nue A and Seventy-eighth street this moruing
The b iy still remains at the Chambers mand, under Colonel Sterry, always enter-
key, and others were alike fortunate
Q. What did y o u intend to do when you sub-deaeon, and E. Stevenson, master of Street H> -pital. His wife is at present without tained the veterans on this day, andwhen they home.
and severely injured. He vrns taken to his I
N P l ' R S C A S C E OF AN ORDER * DELANO C CA1V
VIN. Esq.. Surrogate of the county ot N« w York. Notice-
is her. bv given tu all persons having, claims against SareJ*
with flour. Several t u g s and other vessels signed those a s s i g n m e n t s ? A. Those papers ceremonies. The remains were inclosed in a means to :>ay the funeral expenses, a n d is ne- Edwards, late ol the city ot New Yeirk. deceased. to pr
parted cables and drifted down the river. N o N E W H A V E N , O t , November 26.—At a meet- were forced O'lt of me when I w a s si. k and hand-ome rosewood casktt. heavily mounted gotiating with the lawyer who holds a large vrere mustered out cf the service the Messrs —The regular weekly eonferen.-e of the Bent the same, wiili vouchers thereof, to the > u ! » i nils-
at his place of transacting business. So. VI Wilham
loss of life is reported. Communication be- ing of Yale University, this morning, t h e not in a condition to und«*rstand myself. 1 with silver. The casket was covered with araount i f money due Mrs. Hannson from Leland generously sapplied tLeir place. In a Baptist pasters was held this morning at the street. i 3 the citv et New York, on tar before tlie 2 4 d a y of
was so sick at emit time -hat I had to be token floral decorations. After th" services the few years at most the last of these defenders of Mariners' Baptist Church. Rev. Dr. Elliott Januarv w i t Dated New York, the 2»th day of J a a e
tween Washington and Alexandria by rail- matter of football g a m e s w a s again left to South that night. her father's estate toobtain sufficient money to their country will have passed away, and it is
addr««sed the body upon " Mormonism."
1K77 " JAM- S Q. K M B S ,
remains were placed in the hearse and fol- bury the l ody of her husband. Exseutor. Ac., of Sarah fc wards. »!>i<-ea«e4-
road and boat is suspended. It i s reported Captain Baker, after a discussion lasting an Q. Having beard these papers read what is feared, from present indications, that with —At Essex Market this morning. Lords fie-Jit WILLIAM A. Dl'ER grortor lor Kxn-utsr.
their u r what was he t o lowed on foot by the members of the Tammany
that south of Alexandria there are heavy hour and a half, t h e understanding being that your ideah of moneyp he p o r t ! to collect'under Hail general and district committees of the them will depart all remembrance of this Hendrieh, an ex-convi«t, was held for *t« ah'ng
washes on t h e various railroads, which, ot a g a m e should be played with t h e Princeton do with t e was
t h e m ? A. On a fair a c w u n t i n g between the Sixth Assemt'ly district, delegations fro.n the
C h a n c e for S a n e F i r e m a n .
The Be i nett medal will be presented on next
gk>ck>us historic event. 1
M > C B B U A B e B O r A B O B S B B OF B B U B o T c . cu0-
VIS. Esq.. Surrogate of the county of B e * York, notice
jewelry from the stor»> of Sigismunde fHau- is hereby- g i n ti to all | r-eii- hav'ag claim-, against H.-n-
team Thursday afternoon next, on Prince- city and myself, I supj>- me, if there w a s a dif r» MM ;|UV late >i the city of New York, dej-.-asod. to prie-
burg. in the Bowery, 0a the night of N-.v-m- s' lit th * same, with vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, a t
course, will interrupt travel until repairs can Committee --n Organization of Tammany Hall, Saturday by Mayor Ely to the fireman who W a s it Malpractice!
ton's own t e r m s , if no better could be ob- ference betweea us, Mr. Schurtz w a s to pay ber 4. the office ol her proctor. B •' Wcunore. No '.. P i l e street,
be made. The draw of t h e L o n g Bridge is and representatives from nearly every Ajs»'m- shtil be a ijudged to have distinguish* d him-
out of order; t h e causeway from the south
end almost t o Fort Runyon is submerged
several feet, the tilling in of t h e railway
tained. The Yale team won t h e champion- t h e party w h o was owed t h e money, whether
ship last year with eleven men, and her team it was mvself or t h e c i t y .
Q. Did you not understand that if he col- «
|y district in the city. The cortege aeeom- self most in the Fire Department during the Mrs. Mary Neuman, who was found to "have
anied the remains to the foot of East H< aston present y- ar. The first battalion of the depart-
is now of that size. Princeton and Harvard lected a n y money he w a s t o hold it in trust street, where acommittee from the Six?h As- ment will have a parade on the occasica. The died at No. 747 East Sixth -rtreet. November ing before a physician could be sumi-auuod.
wish t o play fifteen men. Prineetua claims for t h e city, ano! if you owed the city money senibly dfstri"t took charge and accompanied presents! BB BBS be made in front of the City tigated this afternoon by Coroner Woltman in Coroner Croker was sent for.
T j e circumstances attending the death of
16. from the effects of malpractice, were inves-
—Joseph Theale. an inmate of the Aims- Ui-xL Dated 5.;w Y'ork. tie- I2th dav ot Scut -jnb.-r. IS77.
House, on Blackwell's Itdand, .lied this 'norn-
in the .-in ,1 Jjcw Y'ork.oii or ls-f.we the 3nth day ol March)
*M t R Y H IIKAKK. Executrix,
B. C. WBTBOBB 'Toctor. it Pine M-. S. T.
washed out, and the turnpike covered
the championship this year, h a v i n g beaten he was to pav over to the city? A. A*s y o u them to the place of interment at t'alvary Com- l b I. at n on.
r e n c B u HEREBY <;IVES IN pi R.»r»N. E o r
an »»rder -rt the Surrogate of the tiatv •>! New York.
-Early this afternoon an alarm was s-tnt ont and arconling to law. to all persons having . a n n a
with w a t e r to t h e depth of several have read the document to me I think it i-* et- ry. the presence of a jury. The mother and father a g v ' i s t HELEN M MAi LEOK. late of the city .« S e w
feet, thus cutting off travel by
Harvard, ami t o settle this question Yale right.
ai o f t a e deceased woman, who reside on K*~nt from the Ninth preeinet station-hou*e direct- Vork. .U-.ea-.ii. that they a : * required to . t h i i . i t tho
proposes to play her one g a m e under pro- Q. Please tell me w h a t has been done under Shoot i n s . l e r - . y S n i p e .
Mr. V a n d a r b i l t * s C a r r i a g e . . avenue, Brooklyn, and are people of the high- ing the other captains to look out tor Katie SSassBW of the vouchers thereof, to the M the aaid the
the last will ami testament
land. T h e f^rry-boats between Washington test regarding the size of the t e a m . The these deeds of trust? A. H e collected then., Wm. H. Vanderbilt. while driving o n o o f his est respectability, w e r j present at the imjuest Phelan.aged 13 velars, who has been missing ••eawsl. at the suhscrifs-r's offie* and place of tr tusaeiinj'
and Alexandria are unable t o run, owing t o sentiment of the University is against play- offered t o settle with the city, failed t o d o so, The thi<ves and murderers of New York will fast team along Jerome avenue, on November from her h o m e since Saturday, tmsia*-s. Men 74 iseventy tour Broadway I.I the citv ot
and seemed broken down with grief. William h e w York, on or lielore the ninth d a . . I Mav, IS7S
the current and high water. and finally returned t h e - m o n e y to me. He be glad to learn of the sudden departure from 7, ran o>er a man named Matthew Rarilly. Montgomery, who was charged with complicity Dat.-l S e w Y*rk. t l i c u i h <l.iv a Savetabsr. 1S77
ing Harvard except with a team of eleven. tried for over two years t o accomplish this. • the city of the Superintendent of Police, George aged 56. i f Claremont avenue, near One Hun- in the case, was also present. Dr. Blume testi- T h e Pollen Conamlsstonerslifp. oo.oi .in A.V M MASoN Hxueator.
Senator Withers, w h o resides in Alexandria Q. You s a y he offered t » make a settlement W. Walling. This gentleman, on Saturday dred and Sixty-ninth street. The accident fledto finding Mrs. Neuman lying dead in her A deputation of Germans, head.u by Mr.
and w h o s e presence in the Senate i s consid- T e x a s Barrier T r o u b l e s . with the c i t y and could not. What d o you night, shouldered an immense shot-gun and occurred at the crossing of One Hundred and
bed in Mrs. Coleman's room. Upon making a Jules Horning, asked Mayor Ely to-day to t'-mrt of t'.diimon Plea-, in and tor the c;t> a>ul count*-
N PIRSVANCE OF AN OKUKK MADI BY TUB HO*
HAMILTON W ROBINSON, one of tlie JiMl^ea of,jjf
ered by him to be necessary to-day, came to S T . L o r i s , Mo., November 26.—A special mean b v that ? A. H e went to Mr. Grcea started for New Jersey, where lie will spend Sixty-sevt nth street. Barilly was knocked postmortem examination he saw evidences of nominate Major George W. Sau-r •» Poliee i4 New V, *. sitting a* f o u a t y Judxe. on tbe Stternta
Washington this morning in a tugboat, ten- dispatch from Matamoras, Mexico, of y e s - with nie and tried t o g e t him to put experts several days shooting game and recreating on down BBd seriously injured about the head. Commissioner. _ .lay of 0*-t«ber. l«77. Notice Ls hereby g i v - a to all tbe
o n m y work and estimate i t ; and finally Mr.
He was t« ken to his home, and attended by a malpractice. There wasnoevidenee of instru-
creditors aad persons huxi'*;claim* a^aitisb John Kol
dered t o him b y Captain Kersey for t h a t pur- terday's date, s a y s that the troops which left Green did appoint a committee, and I went the wilds of the sea coast. Meanwhile the Su- *i - n. lately doinn business i i the city and . ujny of Near
pose. the City of Mexico s o m e d a y s a g o under t h e over the city for three months with him—but perintendent's position will be filled by fn- physician. A dispatch from the Thirty-third mental abortion, but instruments might have B r o o k l y n B r I a fa. Vork. that they are re.jiiir.-rt to |in-s.-nt th.-ir siel claims.
precinct to Police Headquarters this morning been used. with the viiue"hers therefor duly
—Michael Scharing attempted to- commit scriuer. tl|e dulv appointisl assiirnee veritled..luhn Ulf sub b>
A Man-of-H ar in Trouble. command of General Trevino for the Rio it finally dropped t h r o u g h . sjiector Dilks, whose l o n g familiarity fith the suicide early this morning. He will probably for the benefit oi hi- credit «r-. at hi* place ol t r a a s j c i i n r
of saul K.ilvloii,
Q. W h v did Comptroller Green hesitate? most trying position in the police force en- states tha> the police have been informed that Coroner Woltman then called Montgomery Smi-iness. No V2 Warren stteet. in tie- city , g Mew Vork.
The coast steamer Vera Cruz, w h i c h arrived Grande are not to repel United States troops, A. Because he is naturally pig-hcaued. (Very the injured man is in a dangerous <«ondirion. recovsr. on -r iiefore tht se. ond "lar of Januarv isrjst. Ost. .1
ables him to discharge its duties in a most H» is atte aded by Dr. Keeny. of No. 162 West before him and said; " The jury flnd3 you and
here yesterday, reports a s follows: " From but t o co-operate with the United States loud laughter.) satisfactory manner. Mrs. Coleman innoeent of any connection with
New York. o. tol..-r 15, 1*77
S A > ( I - ! , il. i-OBIKLI.. Aanirnee.
J - authorities in maintaing peace between Q- That is not an answer to m y question? Twelfth M reet There w a s a a old man named Kevser, WILLIAM V SIVi'Si->. Attorney ful AMurnee. i>l
latitude 28° N., longitude 7 9 50 W„ t o lati- A. Well, Mr. Green and Schultz had s o man y this woman's death. I thiak Mrs. Coleman is He never wus much of a miser;
the t w o countries. In consequence of the Hiss Elrnner'a Character. Broadway. N. Y l - i b . lawSw
tude 37° 3f> N., longitude 7 4 3 30- W., had private conversations that I did not know 1 Estate. not to blame, but I think, you know enough He lead-piped the hall.
variable winds, h i g h c r o s i seas, and heavy
rain. November 24, 10JO A. M., sixty-five
presence of General Escobedo on the Texas much about it.
frontier with all h i s staff officers, evidently to
Pauline Elchner caused Lernnz Chlopko-
Q. T h a t i s not an answer. Give t h e sub- wtck's arrest in a s u i t for $5,000 damages for Exchange
The foil wing were the transactions at the about it to warrant holding you, I shtdl there-
to-day: fore commit you. unless you furnish $50o bail." And tk£j w a s n t a l l .
For he was of true bills a despiat-r!
N P B R S i ' A S C E O F * H OKDER O F DELANO C.
CAL YIN. Eaq . S u r r o t te of t h e < i n a t j o f Mew
Vorfc. n o t i c e ia herebar g i v e n t o a i l jaeraoas b a r i n g
inaugurate a revolution in favor of ex-Presi- stance of a n y conversations ? A. I told you defamation of character, a ad his ball was fixed
B y A . H Midler & 8on—Foreclosure sale, by Montgomery was then sent to the House of
c l a i m s a g a i n s t G e r t r u d e O h a t i l l o n , l a t e of t h e c i t y
miles south of Hatteras, passed an American dent Lerdo, about seven hundred regular their conversations wore private. at $5,000. In her affidavit, on which the arrest Detention. He says he will be able t a procure of New Vork, d e c e a s e d , t o p r e e e n t (Bit aaine. w i t h
Q. How do v o u know that such conversa- was made. Miss Elchner says Chlopkowick order of tihe Court of Common Pleas, Jam tiri T. s Then the old jolly stove-making plumber v o u c h e r s thereof, t o t h e e u b e c r i b s r , s i h i s p l a c e o f
man-of-war, bark rigged, hove to. Same troops have embarked a t Vera Cruz for the Van Rens?- •laer. referee, of the five-story -k bail. •_ Began to look glummer and gmmmer,
t'ous occurred ? A. Schultz told me. t r a n s a c t i n g buaineeH. N o HI Cliff stneet, tn t b e c i t y
day, 4 P. M . off Hatteras, steamer Niagara, mouth of t h e Rio Grande, t o be used in re- called bar a woman of bad character, and said factory wi h lot, 33 by 83. No. 155 Avenue C, Guilty. of N e w f o r k , o n o r b e t o r e t b e l e t day of F e b r u a r y
Q. But he toM you Green w a s pig-hea*led? He footed up his accounts
hence for Havana." she was a person of lewd calling before she west side, 16.3 feet south of Tenth street Ad- 167K.
pelling Escobedo's forces should t h e y at- A. H e did. (Laughter.) But a t a subsequent journed t> Deceniber 5th. Henry Smith, a five-cent restaurant keeper With the biggest amounts. D a t e d N e w T o r k . t b e 19tb d a v of Dane, 1*77.
tempt t o cross into Mexico. date a conversation with Mr. Barlow, Mr. left Germany. In other affidavit* attached to By Kich rd V. Harnett—Foreclosure sale, by in Hudson street, hadFrankHayos, a Southern And the city grew dumber aud d u m b „ JOHN P . OUXUXtM. Executor.
D a m a g e a t l*ona B r a n c h . Tilden and Mr. Stebbms and Mr. Schultz, it the roll are related the facts* that the defendant order of the Court of Common Pteas. Frank aegro, arrested this morning f o r stealing a A s i m n . P. FITCH. Proctor. ie 18 lawfiaa
LONG B R A N C H , N . J., November 26.—The was agreed t h a t Green had t h e power to a p - ia a fugitive from justice from Germany, where Kudd. ref. ree, of the six-story brick store and
tenement house with lot, 25 by 103. No. 510 coat and several undershirts. At the Tombs
east wind, which commenced on Wednesday T r i a l s for P e r j u r y . point such a committee. he was released on bail, having b**an arrested East Four
Q. Do you remember a n y of the conversa- upon a c h a r g e of aasaulting a young girl, who of Avenue eenth street, $10,000, to plaintiff. cast this morning. Hayes, in giving his story, g e s -
A. Sold tor
north side.266 feet PIANOS. I
K F t Krtl ANt E <t¥ AN OKIiKK OK Oril.AMOC VAi.
V1N. Ks.1 , Surroaaie of the countv of N e w Vork, au
Uce is b.-ret. v g i v e n to all person* having claim* again*'
last, terminated in one of t h e hardest g a l e s S A N FK AN Cisco, Cal., November 26.—A dis- t i o n s ? A. I d o not, except that Mr. Schultz ticulated wildly. "Mr. Smith.'* said ho, Joseph Marl.- Delaoroii. late ol Ut« city ol Voizon
By Bernard Smyth—Foreclosure sale, by
here in m a n y months. The g a l e commenced patch from Portland, Oregon, s a y s , in t h e told me t h a t he had kept faith but Mr. Green subsequently disd from the injuries: that he is der of the Court of Common Pleas. Kiehard or- " why d o n t you come up like a man M.
France, deceased, to present the same with vouche
thereof Ui Ui, subsoriber. a t his pbsce ot bii-ni.-s*. No
on Friday, increased in violence all case of H. N. Stiles, on trial for perjury in had not. a cigar-maker, and at the beginning of the Henry, referee, of one four-story and one and say your say? I'se a South- Maiden lane, in t!w city of New Vorfc, on or before U
l K t b d a y o t March n e x t Dated Now York, tbe t w a i n
t h a t d a y and Saturday, and -T Green w a s m p l y pig-headed? strike he rollnd in greenbacks, exhibiting a roll three-storv brick building, with lots each 25x erner. I am. an* I never stole anything."
ended connection with the G rover investigation, t h e A.Qv e rh e n Mr. so, indeed. s i(Laughter.)
y much day of ftcuu-uiber, IK77.
of $2,500. Motion was m a d e to-day before 98.9. Noh 147 and 14a East Twenty-second " What have you got to say. Mr. Smith?'' said . P A I L JEANNE, Administrator
early this morning. The w a v e s ran j u - y stood eleven for conviction and one for Q. H o w did you intend t o show to the city Judge Lawrence.in SupremeGourt,Chambers. street, north side. 145 feet west of Third ave- COl'DERT KKOffHKRH. FrortorS.
higher than t h e y h a v e for years, but t h e acquittal, and were discharged. A new trial how much y o u had obtained by the 3 3 S per
d a m a g e h a s been very light. N o v e s s e l s are has been directed. cent.? You would call t h a t one item, woaldn't
nue. Sold for $5,925 over incumbrances of Judge Flammer. "Just this. Judge; this man
to reduce the ball, which was d m e . it beiug $17,000 an I interest to plaintiff. Also, Supreme stole those goods from my trunk." " You lie,"
you, t o be charged by t h e city a g a i n s t y o u ? fixed at $1,500. Court foreclosure sale, B. C. Chetwood. referee,
PIANO-FORTES I -1.1)
tiH and 7I> William street. WT
Of AN OROKlToTrMTKI^NO C CAI
VIM Esq.. Sarrerale of uie county of Hew Vork. ne*i<
ashore between Squan and S a n d y Hook. The The case of W. B. H i g b y , indicted for sub- A. N o , sir. The understanding w a s that I of two I uses, with lot 17:9x102.2. on East said Hayes. " Hush, hush." said the Judge. is hereby trlve* to alt person* having claims against rtoph
roof of the Brighton Hotel w a s s l i g h t l y ornation of perjury in t h e s a m e connection was to g i v e up the $40,000 and other things, The Battle Alley Harder. Eighty-si i th street, south side. 122 feet east of " Well," S B n v _ _ i Hayes, " h e hired me f o r KIL.S8US1. V. D Reynold*, late ol the city <j| N«w York, deceased *
I shall take ewnry opportunit* present tbe same, with vouchers therc.,1. b> Die suhacri
Second a\ enue. Sold for $5,000.to plaintiff. $1.50 a week, and I bought the coats and shirts to recntniBBsB and prawu^-yoni er, at bis OITIT*. 7 Warren street ia Uie city of New Tor
d a m a g e d . The banks were washed in front and I w a s t o receive immunity. Officers Wade and Titus, of the Fourteenth By D. M Seaman— SupremoCourtforeclosure from him." " He took them nut of my t r u n k *
a s t h e former, i s s e t for t h e 27th instant. precinct, brought to the Coroners' office this sale, George Bowman, refftree. of the four- said Smith. "Did your" saiuV his Honor. " I instrumonte. on or before the 14th day of K'uruary uext. Dated Ne
of t h e West End Hotel and In other places, ONE O F K E T S K B t l ASSIGNMENTS. K B L U k B S . For the last six years yoav Vork, the 14Ui day ol August. 1^77
Important developments are anticipated.
but not seriously. The railroad tracks were
brick building, with lot 17.8x100. No.
The following is a c o p y of t h e assignment morning an Italian named Gabriels Bapa. story Thi i I avenue, east side, 159.2 feet south did." Haves replied. " Guilty." said his Honor.
1.947 pianos have been ray*rf«7tc«f<M
<ai^U> A. W. WOOtJk Kaeawbsr.
made b y Keyser t o Schultz. of his alleged whom they had arrested on a charge of being of One H i ndred and Eighth street. Sold for Held ia $100 bail.
washed some, but trains are running regu-
larly to-day. _
A T r a i n Wrecked by a W i i k o a l . claims against the city—the " c l a i m s " boimr concerned ia the death of MiohaeloCaticca. the $4.500.to | aintiff.
the Oonami-roorn ana a* y own
N PITRMUANVK OF AM OKDKK OF DKLA Ml O.C>
VIN Ksu . Surrogate of tbe county ar New York. N*v.
is hereby given to all person* baviag claims against J.
ELIZABETH, N. J - November 26—Yes- made in connection . with t h e " settlement" victim of the Bottle Alley murder. Coroner By Howard W. Coates—Supreme Court fore- Bacise Cases, a.UCG_ Your uiwrighfx are extraordinary sepb J. fkuubt. late of tbe city, ul New f u r s . de«e«*ed, t
Virginia Railroad* Interrupted. terday, Engine No. 24 and a con- which he offered to make through Schultz: Flanagaa committed the prisoner to t h e House closure sa.e. H. E. Woodward, referee, of the At the Jefferson Market Chart this monting instrumehts and deserve tboir pre*, o t th'-same, with vi.ncners there.»t. In u * *uliv r
tier, at b.s ofll.-e N.. J-> Chambers street, la t a * «ity .
" I n consideration of $1. to me in hand oaiu of Detention to await the action of the District three-stor i and basement brown-stone front Henry Hultz. of Ne. 257 Sixth avenue. E. J. great suecess.
RICHMOND, Va., November 26.—Telegrams struction train on t h e L o n g Branch Rail- house.with lot 18x99.11.No.61 East One Hun- New York, urn or before the 1Mb day of May « e a l
by Jackson 8. Schultz. of the city of New York, Attorney. PATT1. I have seed the Pianos of ever* Dated New York, the I Uh day ol Novomuer. 1H7T.
received this morning state that the Peters- road were upset and thrown off the track, at I do hereby seH. assign, transfer and aetovDT dred and Twenty-seventh street, north side. Evans. No. 561 Hudson street. M. J. Morley. celebrated maker, ntat give .l-i-'i:i'H K MiWKL K'jJiK.
236 feet w*.at of Fourth avenue. Sold for $5,500, No. J!l Bedford street. J. Wolf. No. 578 Hudson
burg and Weldon Railroad bridge a t W el- Morgan, near South Amboy. The freshet unto said Hchultz all claims, demands, and t'onrt 8q.aibs. to plaintiff.
your* the preference over au. •ul4j A.'ii.i-.utrator witii w i l i a a n e a e d .
causes of action which I have, er may havo.
don, N. C , is gone, a l s o three spans of t h e had undermined the track, and the train had against the county of New York or against t IIH In the suit of the Ninth National Bank Kiehard V. Harnett will sell to-morrow two strest, Alexander Eschback. No. 360 Sixth ave- STBVA UBS. Your Pianos astonish ma. I a poaatiMi « i* AN OBDMB OF HKLANO<: OA
been sent o u t with workmen t o discover cfty of New York, or either of them: and also valuable iots. 25x100 each, on Fifth avenue, nue, and Martin McNally.of No. 617 Sixth- ave- ham^never yet seen any ISanot isbsrafcyB*sv * a *toirana i * * r U i * b s v i n x *fi sN*«t Y*rk Hon
VI*. . S r *f c**aty
gi . UIB*r • i s u t agatast l
. Seaboard and Roanoke Railroad bridgo at the against the Manhattan Telegraph Company. opposite ( entrnl Park, between Sixty-tilth and whwh equal your*.
all debts, sums of money, due or owing to me •Hsm af Aagnst Asb. *r Aacbe Iai**r tu* *>ikjr *f He '..
s a m e place. The Roanoke river i s v e r y high. d a m a g e s and repair t h e m . Mr. John Ben- by said count y and said elty, or either-of them. Judge Lawrence to-day signed an order of Sixtv-sixtti si rents, commencing 2» feet 6 nue, were arraigned before Justice Bixby. W B B L l . Madame Parepa oaUed yont T » t t , d . . i s a * d . la present tn* *sai< » i * vssMbsri B a r
The water has risen three feet since seven edict, of New Haven, Mr. Watson, and a Said Hchultz is to eolleet said Hulins, demands, discontinuance without costs to either party. inches n< • h of Sixty-fifth street. charged with violating the excise law yester- Piano the tln-Ht in the Ifnitarl of. t o B t a s a b s e r a w r a t l a » B . i t l a II Wblbsbt
States. / fully indnns that straat. • B n eiiy *f B*w Y*rk. • * *r batara Sra) day
o'clock this inoiuing. and it is exoected that workman, w h o were riding on the locomo- debts, moneys, or to release the same to said An order of discontinuance was entered to-
day. They furnished bail in $100 each i> stand
opinion. They htave no Ri»al Fabrsary.A I>. IS7S * * x t Dated » * w Tark. tbe t a
city or county, or to us« them as otWm against
t h e last named bridge will be entirely swept tive, were instantly killed. Four train hands any claims or demands which said county or day in the long and bitter suit of the Manhattan trial at the General Sessions. inwnftix r day of J a l y . IS77. H f c S o VON a a A N D B N S T h l M .
were injured. W a y Oahey Disappeared. Everything was quiet; in the Board of Sxeise Vricas R. a e w a a b l r . T r r a u R s i r , AUornav s a d O s s B S M s r a l Law.
a w a y . Travel south via the Petersburg and city may legallv and fairly have against m-. Telegraph Company against William F. Coffee 3ySS> Adaim—rator *f s a g a s * Aab. ar A
1 he New York correspondent of t h e Buffalo to-day. The board held a mooting this after- WAIIKIUMl.MHi
Weldon Road is interrupted. Communication according as the one or the other of said
w i t h Norfolk via the Seaboard and Roanoke
A Vavtal J n m p .
N E W A B X , N. J., November 26.—On Saturday and
Hclniltz be in accordance with j u s t i c e without costs.
fair dealing. or said Schultz
Courier gi ves t h i s solution of t h e mysterious noon at which the applications of a tuumber of
Robert L. Case took a quiet, little cold lunch disappearance of Oakey H a l l :
liouor-dealers were oonsidered. and a f o w o f FilU Avenne.'corner 16th Street. N. T. I
N Pt'K.-IAM I ,,v AN OlibEK MAtJh BY THK
JOSEPH r. DALY oae of tbe l a d g s * of tbe I.
• osBUiou Fleas, in aad for tb* eity and c o u n t y *
Baitroad is still perfect. last William H. Camp, a prominent citizen of Is to iiiak'* H'J-li other dispo- which were grantedV Yorfc, s i t t u / as < V e i t y Judge, on tb* JU. day of N
sition of said claims, demands, causes of with his wifo at recess in thu Cuart of Oyerand there are <fire different ways of ia this world." There splurging, as her. IH77. notice is hereby given to. all tbe r red lb
this city, while returning from a trip t o New action, debts and sums of money as h<- shall Terminer to-day. doing most things Miss l a g — V o r o v e r .
person* having claims against the «t,oartnership S
T h e S t o r m a* « e a . Oakey Ha l always had a fine knack at one way. Jaates Barle* A ('-<>.. caasiMiug of Jatna* Keyte». "
York b y t h e Pennsylvania Railroad, fell have, to bo in accordance with honesty, justice, Judge Larremore t day granted an orde He would rnake people ta'k about him and take Captain Allaire reported at Polios Head- W. Mill*, and Jo*eph K hvai- rs. iaUly doing buaii
T h e g r e a t storm on the Atlantic, as pre- and fair dealing, and for the consideration ot l b * rtty and eonrrty of New York, that they are rssji
dicted s o m e few d a y s a g o , is causing consid- asleep and w a s carried past t h e Centre street aforesaid Schultz. sell, assign, transfer, and of reference in the divorce suit of Wheel- an interest in him whether they wanted to or quarters this morning that OlfiVor Shutter to preseut their elaisu- with the voackwr* llieretor "rt<
aet over unto said Hehultz all bills, books, not. Eve» -dnce he figured in theCunniugham- verified, to tbe » I I I I * I I I » I Uie dory appointed asstgnsis
erable delay t o shippiiig and creating a feel- d e p o t He jumped from t h e rear platform. accounts, vouchers, and papers, documents. right vs. Wheelright Burdell 1 <gus baby business, over tweuty found the dead body of a man in the river ai tbe said ei^partaersbip flrtn of Jam** K»y!e* A i"o
i n g of uneasiness t o tit *><• having friends He fell in front of the s t e p s of the car, and and instruments, relating to or eontainini; years age ha has contrived t o keep the public the foot of West Twenty-second street earry
Mrs. Ida Oppenheimer has brought suit to eye fastei! d on him. in one attitude or another, trand. Squire. & Upright Pianos. tbe benefit of UMir creditors, at tiw uBV-e of Vaa Wy.4
bixby. his attornavs. No. 117 Broadway, in tbe city
c o m i n g this w a y . In eon -ers itiou with some w a s dragged a considerable distance, receiv- records or entries of anv of said claims, de- declare her marriage with Max Oppenheimer p n t t y *t. iilv. He is now about to start out this morning. Upon examining the reoord of In order t«vprotect the piibii<-againstimpo«i- S e w Yorfc, o u o r before the 17th Uar ot F e b m a r y . IS
JOIIW •: IlksTLK >*aks*i
mands, causes of action, drhts or moneys, and tion. and as a roiiuke to unseruDnloas adver-
rer, under the clever managerial missing persoas Sergeant Tuck found that a tisers, the Judges have (riven another certifi-
of the officers of those s h i p s which have ar- ing Injuries from which ho died t h i s morning. it is further provided, and this as- void, o a the ground that it was procured by as a lecti ion of Jarrett A Palmer, and nomanipula
• A N WYCK A RIXBV. A U ^ n w y s lor Aseiga**.
rived t h e y state it w a s t h e severest trip t h e y Mr. Camp w a s one of our popular business signment is made upon the n.i[>ress fraud, and her father was appointed by Judge doubt the dodge will be as successful in the Mr. M ( ail, of No. S19 Greenwich street, who cate, dated July 28th, 1877, to Stein way A Sons, Broailway New Vorfc. Wnl4 laws
have made t o t h i s country for s o m e years. men, ouite wealthy, and was much en- condition brought if by any suits that are or Bpeir. this morning, her guardian for the suit, splurges* use as any other in the versatile mysteriously disappeared, answered this as follows:.
may be either the city or
T h e • Old Reliable " of the S t a t e l i n e , viz.. the g a g e d in charitable work. H e w a s an active exiunty of New York against said Kfysor.snd if she being only eighteen years old. The mar- Oakey's ca reer. man's description. The sergeant accordingly <« TBI* Is t o c e r t i f y that the pianoforte* of
Mes*r». Ntetmeay A Nona. ixnimrUing flotwri ami
N FL'RilLAMCB OF AN OBDER OF OKI A N o
(TALVIN. Esq.. Surrogate ->i tb* ruant; • f Maw y
.Stair of Pennsylvania, left Glasgow No- Democratic politician, and one of the Tildeu it shall become necessary that the legal title to riage took place last Juno. " By the way. in connection with the Jarrett sent a telegram to Mrs. MeCall acquainting her Parlor t/ramd. Square and tmrinhf, e*hihtU*l (*> against Mtcbael B/ina> to all ofper •i «;ity af Isserb given
th Oity of
electors of Mew Jersey. any of said claims, demands. <*auws of * ti»n, A Palm**i acbems. there is a curious story with this tact and instructing her to exajuiae tl,.ii> at tU Oenieitnialfilcp<,sitif>nat Philadelphia deceased, to present U» BBOs* with vouchers
vember t h e I l t h , v i a L a m e . F r o m the debts or s u m s of moneys, shall be venbid in Counsel for Mrs. Bherman-ltecves. who has afloat whi b some persons credit, and s• un- do in 1H76. presented the greatest totality of excellent tbe asbscriber. a t th» ufllce Ti WiUiaat street, Be* ot hi* proctor*
time s h e left t h e Irish coast it blew A B l a c k B y * for S p a a c s r . said Keyser, for the purposes of offsetting on e(-muieneed suit for separation from her not. t o t h effectthaTthese worthy gentlemen the body found this morning, now at the qualitks and norettv af eotutnietifm, and in a f • oa.iert> Br>-lb*r*. No*. SH and tbe *tb d s y af Mar. hbti City *f e n York. on or fceiore
a g a l e from the westward for twelve d a y s . A s the same or for the purixiees of defense. Then had somet hing to do with Mr. H a l l s mysteri- Morgue. potato of fxceUenee (htm reeei**d our hicKfM aeer- Dated New York, the S d d a v of Hepu-sals-r IST7
WASHINGTON, November 26.—The Senate in that ease xaid fiehulU hereby promises to husband, moved before Judge Larremore to- ous disai earanee last spring. The. disap- age of points, and aoeordmaly our *mamtni>u»
Captain Stewart informed T H E E X P B K S S Committee on Post Offices and Post Roads ajpas to IISSIKD or reassign BBS or a l l o t said day, in Common Pleas Court, for alimony to pearance occurred about the time Jarrett A College Koeeatlnn. '•• M E S S Y AMY. t i s a n l r
Palmer m^de known their intention to retire opinion concedes to Messrs. Steiwoay «f Hons COi'DBBT BBOTIIKB». Frectors. OS s a d TO WiUiara
reporter, in all his experience a s a seaman t h i s morning agreed t o report favorably the claim*. ilciuaiKls. 1-au.sMH of action, debts, sums the wife. In reply it was alleged there tiad from the management of Booth's Theatre. T h e Debating Society of St. John's; College. ' m#a«st degree of meeUemee in all ttteir stvtss.' • M>t*amiFAN(«'oF A S T T K I I K K OV BBLANf»~C _ r '
such a s t o r m be never passed through, and nomination of Mr. Wickersham t o be Post- of monies to said Keyser. or for his request. b-en ao marriage, and that the auit waa Their wide-awake business manager. Joseph Fordham, gives a reeeption on Taeaday at I
VIN. Kv, Sarrucate of tb* c u a a t y s f Mew To
it w a s next to an impossibility t o catch a few master at Mobile. There has been a long and JOBM H. K a r a n . Kxtraets made and oopied from
H. Took- . had been first marshal in the 1:15. The train loaves the Grand Central Depot books of the examining Judges, dulythe note- tire is herebySebuebardt. late of tbe c i t y cof aM * gi**n UJ all iwrsoas having l n
Bwom to before me the ath of October, 1871. brought for blackmail ug purposes. Decision Mayor's Sice during one of Hall's terms. ^ertifi^d Catberio. A.
hours' sleep, but thanks to his staunch ship, very determined contest over this appoint- by tham. reveal the significant fact that their decraoed. to present tbe same, with v o e e b e r s L^
T. J. MCCABTBT. reserved. and be and Hall were still quite in- at 12:30 P.M. b s
ratings on eaeh and every style of pianofortes b> tbe a t b e r nS oe ra f, s t their place af t r a a saadt t n i i ae
the g r e a t care of his officers, and t h e skillful Notary Public. timate. Now the story is that the
ment, Senator Spencer being strongly op-
The assignment dated October 6, 1876, s e t s Borne weeks ago George W. Butt, keeper of disappearance was cunningly planned . a t the Municipal Matters. Frederick
exhlbitad by Steinway A H»n» wore far above- a n a , a t t f a e o l 111e Pearl street, inM-hiuhardt Mew Varj
I^reriefa No tbe city of
management of Chief Engineer Anderson,
t h e y reached this port s a l e this morning.
posed t o it. __________ over to Jackson S. Schultz, a s trustee for the the livery stable oa Bayard street, "here the suggestion of Jarrett A Palmer, through Comptroller Kelly to-day paid to the mana- all other o m p e t i n g exhibitors, and reaehod a fl * i ' ^ * SHi*! ,to 01
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TaiagranhU Brevities. city, all claims and debts that m a y be owing • stable gang " used to meet; and who alleges Tooker. w ith a view to a first-class lecture sen- gers of the Colored Home for the month of Oc- OBAND TOTAL AVEBAOKOF tbe » t h day of Oelsber, IS7T
Speaking a m o n g s t t h e passengers, t h e ? sation thi- season. Hall should go away as • » l - « OUT OF A POSSIBLE —tt FstBDEItlt K SCHUt HABDT i
t o Keyser, and enumerates the names of Tweed owes him $1,000. applied to the Su-
e x p r e s s in high terms the kiu<Iue**» of the The barn of Heary Lamp, of Niakayaaa. several persons who were nearly connected preme Court for a a order to have all the cred- mysteriously as possible; everybody would tober the sum of $1,495.30. a s - The next h ighest exh ibitor's average oalr fO»
J A M E» K. r 1.ATT I Bases i
captain, Mr. C. M. Oien, the purser, also Dr. M. T.. wav burned to-day. tocether with the w i t h t h c l i i n g . talk about him and wonder what had become The following is the report of the City Cham- KOWABD LAVBBICH. '
itors cited to appear and determine whether of h i m ; and then, just in the niok of time, he berlain for the week ending on Saturday last: BB 3-4 OUT OF A POSSIBLE BB. T B F F H D A M C B O t A B OBOBB 1 OF
B MacDuugai, the medical officer of the entire eropa. five sows and two h o n e s . should tu o o p again just as mysteriously as J OALVIB Bag * w r r * * M sf SbVOM
The above oertifleatee can be seen at e a r i a a s * I* b M » * 7 V v e a - i " 17i iT?i i T
ship. T o e Stole of JliaiMjIiiiiim brought 13.000 i laauranee. 11.600. h e shall make an assignment for the benefit of he had d appeared, and the lecture project Balance November 17 $3,311.0*; 9 i warerooms. J*s* Uwvia * » M s a * » M " a T ft*
over fifty steerage, t w e n t y - t w o second-class, in the Newark city g a s - bis creditors, e a d be discharged. This appli- should b started immediately. This is the Beceipts X 3 , l » i j f i l Of. ksarss
The L s * monument oommtttea a t
w a e a Philip e s withdrawn for some reason, bat to- substanci of the story that has lately been Payments
floating a >und some of the clubs. It may or Balance November 24.. .
day It waa renewed by Mr. Idelstatn jm oouaaal may not be trne. bat. eonaidering the peculiar
t.4ut,0Bttl Steinway & Sons.
A* we write this, t h e for Mutt, before Judge Donahue ia Qfcamba/a. enterpris of all the parties ooaoarnad. it is at This being Evacuation Day^the flags are ds»- W v e r t M u : STEINWAY HALL*
least aot i .orBtUbih" •BJBBJ at half maat o a the i. • « „ »*., a « w
Thomas M. Tryniski
309 South 4th Street
Fulton New York