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The Brooklyn Sunday Sun from Brooklyn, New York • 1

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Uu (M.UA unt; Maul nix I UI Ik. Hm, at root ties rrh, ta ia more lag ahit a erookT mt 94- A a to, too, will thrwh Us dt avowed (to marnp. Dai to ah ew Op asyf g4lta I tev A RaisttebJ (VrfKifl wft) have a few worttm to aay toeaoimw he th firm htefurmod Usr'h. ta JjrlMaU-t Ttedssr, good maa date lb tovti ite all file pomps la ito moral rito (J, p) will Uk abnfo "Itoveh-ptwp lay Lterot te ehunitoe Aids Bw torteM mm tea tef, aad wlU to them bQ OTrxl(kf4 fvUfl Utt lyn Cb I ftr4 (N flnf 1 lh iMiiruM hil ii4 jftfl Hi-vfl. i 1 I flUflrNt by lb rtr Arttor ifl bit tkfl Ifl Jwa of kirrac Cori if Ui PlHrOl flftAAiaKMMlf dflfliOW U1 "pllWM Vbfl am bfl punnMiC ti irpiif totem, wf CU- jrii.ni ouquutKlfl IM flpt fiafll frill flfl rrtolutflU bU (vtac tat te Hwlmm 40, oc murolsf fmi flaob whU(." lto Umrt told, towrvf tbi pmpt rr mm-moms oa HHXMica fl flirO flufl flitbl to umi Tbfl Uin fttrttof 4kM4 ttol fl Ufl btten a CaofTflflfllaflfll OiMflflUitefl tod flUMlf Ito ymrUay fli a HflHtor Cgr to I froaiiUC jtert mi jffla i i AorarUfl to tbU dtUtefl, tto oHnlofll fro-fldtagi ooteflt Hr.

Kt4 trt HWfaJ And void, rhiifl tto flarrlpf of mato of fl frtl It fur flUndur pflrfeotly UrL, flad will to mitalnod thfl Oourt wfliofl irdinC a Il rn mm Atovvito llle latesUae ef tte-- HMtei ifl rfltlUva if lit Health fcrmlL HJj A rumor hevteg toaavtteaeivdly eireuTdted and bvit geiaed evtotTtn credvaea, grdy eve fling end yeelerdey hrttodQ, te Ito tfM it ex fade Jobs Verier bad eatlred fha tto ee pf llltoi a Haeator. Sad la btuh be eflgeged ae I poeef the laadtag Amtafl ter the defeadsot, a re-poruiad tu temii flua wae diepeteb to ko up ftor Nrtw, sag mmnmtm from kfm the fi in tiu to I ls rttMfU flUi rapieir eprcmd ante alrctt o( (Uue, dJ tjHe of sad rio firtoiittr eoiuufl tb unioi ilcit cvm ef Mr lleetr'a ermpatitura To r-piter ataurdtetiy aeat totedfo I'ovtto'i ofloe, In. I iirwcil lirwi, ttiraua to Uc Houefl eoraor of Uroivcr end Touty OUO at aod alter bariag amt la bio eacorted upfliaifvtetfl tto ynMvane of Ate HiiL wto stated i 1 41 1 1 4 yino Pvarea wu rear timr soeeoafl ta fleae very Impur-leut liwcaaol twee rduivt to tiicBia, litd diMirej lulucv it a buMb eoaaautod aiib tiie eutt tel the ecrito red toee Judcf Porter, fl ovii be, tto lrtcr, ntt aeud te the MBamuDfeit delri1 with Mr i'ortvr, te vee eo vry mu.b bueteW to ubtob tee reporter reptrj tbei Lie order vr toaa ttoduitae iupefeua end eoaatttKetr With buucelf ou tto euhjtwt of ttof frnuuL tofom sending tto tuiiu aUireay tto report bed teaed the there as cun cull -111. in pr gr batflfled LhOoouiuai ef hr iteeo tor se tri yruuiiO'Mit OterniMireof tha Ilymeuth ibwreh tottlrty, tuue be we loieeertevd end lurvcinag tnM mroratotloa. bad toard Ibet hvett free 94 fltoanaem Afitf, aad other bed bi iuriuae time 00 tod twgetiwr la a ptrtar aCteeryaipte end of tbvbHal, aad were so tnor.

Ouftuy engvowamd tost it waa ncoeuary for tto suae 1 tto quill to await ftoat time the preeencfl of kf.Lorier. 1 Acponerl ttfaet foh are somewb improved your toelto. Judge Forte r. Juie-l am sat at sii wea' am yry feebla Indoml, end 1 fear mr lung ia affected lacing bie rig tit band over Cue Jif chest Ito Judge wte eery meek aad iamblue, and hi speech tud gai bore evidvaos of bw weafl aoadUiua and general proitreiiou. He wag pale aad appeared, to physically suflerlng.

to porter I have been sent over from the Ilreutlu bespev dtm te laquira of you If the ru tuor ebii hee tmeo afioet In Brookly to the effeug that you baro retired from mud abandoned tto teweobflr ease, te true; end you wlU ur will aot aeent la ktourt oa Monday next Judgc-Jt te out true. 1 bare But retired from the an I have uo such iuteotiuo. 1 enaU bo tu my piece oa Moodey if my health wlU permit, bu Or. iiartsCi iny paysloiau, reeommeude not to exert myeeif notwlthetandlug, if te po Bible, 1 snail bw tu Court, end oa baud at 11 0 ekdt to reporter thanked tbs Judge, and expressed the hope that tha Interruption would to cioused. Ou Jurtbor inquiry, it waa glwaaed, taitlwr and thither, that the euojeote of the ooofeiwnao ba tween the oou need, were lbs line ol duiuerfcetloa to obflrrved in the ocoee examinetion of Mr.

Uiouitofl aad the other wuaeea the exoeplioofl taken tetbe ruling of Judge heiteoa tne admio aibdlty of the ptaia iff testimony, and the geuw-tei result ettoiuad eo far by the sever oroee-rxa Buxiatipauf tu lufliuelfriaad. firtlto Adventure kaS Sf Air kHwl tilissss las 1 rwflJs ik Mas Miter. A ytoifl with rve trtek Si krw frteied e'er tvd or tbs wi'h U4 pW (4l tb fl dt ti Vkik pvsr be teHito ytvr yastvttlAy eo 1 Is uv! eetery to ay C.ai he tto ULaud rrerw teOlarirfl tff tto Hi scat 8t A hi sails ora toe 4MsB-hrd lhlr wy aefous tha rimf brVl eeaoevUi faro aa 1 h'sw York, a stool up fruik tto fe)uliltu4 lE.t tto tba (so ffiio, (Hit g'fted roprvtefitaiiv tovsd. audprioswtej kiatelf vnk gld4lpp4 1 dltebottofliokt-aef htewourorw Hteeuust 4 lire yt d'4-rn 1 4wte Was La tto lljrr l(ui-r i4 totrt4iUr lov.U jusu4 ea us fi vs a Uu )Ivk fi to tt ay ur te psmmh) la i Put or MOV SflxiM 'urtiwfl f-vt tong ei 4 a vslvst fcmad awtlif wrsfH-r Tti (votrviivr esrrtol la uct tomi a pair of akaloa, 4 te the ottor a broom te the eow from kta pel Tto reporter gtw hue iiir anus, Ortwl smilo waa rteUt sa Las basis. John Yybuni erted ocl from tb Brookls shur 4 leitUsu, Uiv us tetMsaa Tb riirtr waved oa iwut, fis tola ffae iuta of bis to ft er ou Ui tip of Hm llur SUia to thrust bie drxtor overahtje ta lu trotter' vast iwtiH, A Bum bur of spseleteia haatiuivd to hi is LiM eroo'e toad.

Juim I'yhuru, vuti Hi sharp and piArcing cry ef Wouadsd caterpillar, rwabaai fvt ward un tbr Le ns a part of the tslisaa It vu hte sMflHkM te to yhugrai4iad with (to group Hn supped fvU. The ks grosuuvd aad tward, Juia eaixjixoajio Iwuaa. 4 ft. vu druK-d I'S Uic abrui StM. isrlws la dUairur.

fl uh a soul tUid with arafefti.m, Wtltfam urwy esaajMi the Icy waik, ehaiy followed hy Jodgs Dfiuiar. The Judge loaiie a spurt to retch up with Yurer He caught the fw of his rtjt lag between hie teeth. hot bit all tto dost that ihvre was tog arouad. A sympaihteiag erippls ea the Shore Hi raw bu cru U-b- the JuUve. A tear ef greiliude gllstoaed fn the Judge rye as he BKJUuted tto arolchea, aad proet-eded with stow aud (Doorafui gait towards the itlspeaaery of the Juhn Dtlmar Aaaoo auoo.

kumy, with a hitter eo He, raised blmarif up, and airing tbe hideous grtae of tua rabble, df UfiuiUy dtvw Irma hit bueoa a pr of chewing bitooco, tumsi prom) If os bte hcci, and walked with a rather embarrassed stride to a ovBBjrom 'huxjio, where to threw himself on tto protection of the military, Torn DonncUy end Tom Kerins sons ana Is arm. 1 her fed ssmJi other with beef tea from rubber bottle to inspire wourage. The ics began tu weaken aad show signs of being sorely op-pOMed. Cout rotor Powell tod got oa kis skate and was skitnmuig like tha little chippy" bird that to te over the Ice. The Mayor wim tresih Itogly (hinging to the reporters arm and Ueteuuig to word of consolation.

George Hardy au4 AM Daggett, attended by a flosey hewfouudiand dog, earns bounding oa th tu. Wu.lu-.lu Kr.n, I U( UA rtuj-u luUM drtul Ml tbut U.MU N.i.lft( A.U. I ut Juet bvfol -U hiMir f.4w; r. b. i.

ft 1 I -'7 7 4-rr I Uu.b-1 .1 I unk. IU Iagh4d at fK-itew'e aotdoeas, and -log I omen or (tod 0 forward. Tb devil 1 hi flgeat are la rt Yrwd vouid awc hav hoard tram If It had aot bees for or two lute hwpap frtenda Mo Iravoto what to used to bw a bad, had aw," bulk flavor ikte blood. A or dtte Invitation Is extended to Wn WaKoa Tbsodurs Twanh had Mead McDermott, sad to fo ail tbs hreoeiya reporters, to quoad tho aor- rJl vZ I. htlrhate tto tbe be ttmrndm preat hm eerooge letiaest, a ad ttos luruad to at Wood to a Into fioiHb arefuiiy amptiod the muiiU of lbs gubte Suva bus esfisdi throat, fl ae ito (mi dvf shsah wa turned to cat ff with th ru tot.

He rnlaaod a mem eat arise ate tuiktehd. tn th eoraer of Court and Montague teiswts hnitk ww urvttsd by (A vr Cain, sod tabs to ten First Frwetoto SuUoo ho Tae g4 Ite First I'reeiaet SUUoo hoe Taa 4it was ai with tli btrr I hi fiUtbfuTv Iflo. Tb lit to or Wirt 1 4.m1 I tbfl rffcol of fl( fwMiM the rliiAf uf to fct mu, iq la tofl four imviU brtefl iwflior, tU fee Crtotlg wuffl aluaa, aafliUoa OoOfflK At blfl Rwwi Mrmtto tto aerlto lA tto taad.aad tto latroaUog aHylfl worfl fluua anjoy log aavk ottor aoctt, and I 1 otoaaflflTtoa, 4-1 gr la tto ante! of tha Kv. fr. Tlflifi! took mu, 1UiimJ pn (lirtttpl fur tto crmil toaiii tf tbi wqrthr Ofltorrr and teticb Itnpruvi moat im aotitod bf to dtoinftilito ftioct la tto aotottioa of ohutoo paiuiaiM with vbiebtto ualka am ailorsoj.

Tto fr.4iig utoa tto olh fng wa anr tb fltylfl of hr Mi to i If (iuihic, tmodiatalr after, wbUfl thfl pnrfutoi with ehirb tto aMftoflbora taaMfflgeoted waa furuWtod by 111 Huoor binionif, who tod prflvhmilf Itoaa tto proaHAQ to atflp hit baudkeruhiuf te bay tti -r Al a Iron Mr Talmage tto eheadflUflra wra briiUontly lighted, and a aaioot bond ea leotoil from thfl druiurnri of Kultoo trt'et-bcO ptnying th flcauca fiooi antitifld 'The Mulitcaa toiarda. Ibat'fl flita aald hit Honor, flipping lobairvir thafoamiue bevflragfl that roved ulua tto oouanra of a Derr mug Very Ana. la deed, anded the reporter, and yet fltnhea oifl that it would be amok more dfltt rate ff the bo drum vac not ma 1 eo furuioly to operate te a diametrically opposite direciica lo tto Addla-do-dea. 1 1 hOW, LOOK KBfll, old nan, aald hit Hotr, laaninf bark la fate rork log rhalr, and aeaumina an expreaatua of imiubr earneatneae, you nuua't aiwaebeexbibUli)(tto fot luat rour amtiral adueatioo la eoprWr to fnloe, for 1 woat stand It. Thera are tbtujrfl that make mea equal, you know; and If I hare beea up fortunate enough to poaeeae In my early youth tto I advantage wbiufa fnli to your lot, 1, at the flame Uroa, are not bereft of ootnenoa flenaa, sir.

Tto eon ii try that gave me birth was where I tha biroh tree flaunted lte fravalea to the branobee of tb air, (another beer) wbera the wild, ua tamed milch oow wae want to rent ifl tha da bfid by flight air, te the green field where Taataunie but orhled bar young beneath tea wing of Co rental aflcotUxi, and the lightning tooted neavflnvarda I and Oh, look aald the reporter. ihta thing la getting monotonous. There's such a pbraee te phrase 1 I thA a A. UUA wte Utak, UM IW K. T-f glva hi ua by MicOael delivered ktew if ib Mibtoot follows A Vu lih a Claim.

.4 WflflfliflOTOM; Jfl ary V. A priitioerr toforfl tho Court of Coiflifllufllonf of AUbfliM CUXmfla Ufto ttoft to wflfl mot at Mjr Umt mautiooto Ifl tto poUUofl, flat flay uUmi Ufl or Umi) aoltralj or ottoroiao, of aar way, Mgifid la adioi or oarrylof on mm flfaloflt Ufl Cnitod BUi flr la aldloff or fltoUlnf. way, atop or anaar, tto aMalW South-wra OoatoarMTi tf Uf yraou or pflraoai Mgagrt la rotolUon, or nuking or flarrylng oa war agate aha United btaUfl -Tto Oourt doflfctea that tklg la no flufflolaot. Tto poUtioeer ata tea la inbataooa that to waa not guilty of tto ariflM of liuaaea aa defkaad hy tto CooaUtuUon, wharaaa tha law hxpreaoly tm roulrea him to aay that to bad toraa true alleglanoa to tto United Btatea during tto parted of th kta ratoUlon. Wlttoot aoh daotenulnw, no olaJm ndiuUaaMa.

oa i 1 thought 1 as th near rtxnjti lux nr wool wfeo art Paddy Colilna I hadnt bee Intro- I dfltod to him ff tw minute before to aa down, pul bla tot os my teg on aquirted lob top Jute ovf trvwtor but he Varn'lsama-SiAiUa. CJmaphrey Arthrae HldxlghC YUte tr. Om sight test week Util colored boy salted at Humphrey Hartshorn saloon, ea the corner of Willoughby and Adams street, and asked for broom. Hs said Uria, th dancing master, wasted to borrow and Mr. Hartshorne gave th boy the broom.

That night, Mr. H. retired early, and btirlad himaelf beneath four or five blanket. Until midnight 'umbered sweetly. Then a ring at tbe door bell aroued him.

Bine lag hi aoetur-visitor, Hartshorn walked ever to th window, and ahoviag his head out Is tbe bitter oold, ahouied, Well, sir, what tb blase do you waat pteaee, sir, tore a your broom. aaswered th ICaaOt mi, iwi a iwh wi ww. aaawmrv mi I French 1 etuunfc moke a mteiaka. Hate going to epeah at IS WmtatoMer FreebyterlaaChuroh, Fl ret niare and Clinton street, to-ulgtat, about 1 by, Prodigal too, Tto prodigal no wont bw there. Go end hear Rev.

Bcudder to-alghfoa fSo. Cefltral Coor-ctluual Churuh la ilaauock etrw. om Th Tea ktrglaa. OoudOer i husuaum Wt a MEAVTirUL SITE ACTS. I a as 91 ora tteea Hem Ttelak, PromH.

W. B' Friday flight Talk.) I am hare probation, uttered Mr. Boto driving himself to hte full helghth, aad fofiowis th splgram by a fervid, rick outburst of aomoart-soa totwws tto confines of this Ufa and tto nm-Hmlfad Uf toyood Groping Is tto dark aflame with reeao there. Loving by intermittent puteottee here; boundless love there. Boeing God by imari nation tore; there oeing Him faoe tw fooo.

Who to to, added to eloquently, te black i ItOpS to mark L. hmub ua M. BUU Jtfi 4 1 Mt S. MTOKEP a AMITY Uttle eotered boy who sad tailed in tto early part 1 aotlo every pioob and ahaka, to toed this die- Lfl, Ui Poor Ifldlam Bmuack, Dak, Jaa. n.

'Tbo Indiana are te full oommanleattoo with the fladtene along the PlatU and the hoatlle flerthera 4M.OI ud iqJm tha onoMt oa I T8f mr hardTOd coul I fl hat airr' shouted the Mccdp Md vnn Am mr restrain them. It Is feared the flaragae will aot tetog when they hare turned eut the gold-eeakera. The Nebraska settlements are wtthte easy die dattoe, and harealwayi beea a temptation to the young warrior. All these Indiana are splendidly Armed with Henry and Winohester rifles, arnmuni dloa for which they eaa eeoure without limit at Tauktoa ageooy, our vernacular a ehooaa and ohecee it. ir, with ail the vonom of my hardened flout Abet sirf' shouted thfl Mayor, Mdo you dec stake Insulting eliuelons to the most valuable eurely most aeleebie oommndUy that finds erea Uon in thfl dairy 1 MI didn say anything about tha dairy te itber, replied tto reporter hotly.

Alt I vent of you to to drop on yourself, or Alnf over the Keel Kiver Bridge," 44 Ah, you oaut, you aourrlloufl seoeage-fleter nm on tMno you oannoi do; at Uaet, while Btranaban Uvwa.r 1 end you reu I Klarying Broken-beartod Boy m4 VUkdlng by kla Grave, 1 There 1 much east In a oommunity of felon an there la la oocloty. Bing 8ing prison 1 more than filled with murderer end thieve, hut yet withla Hi walla are om eonvlcte who are not folon. Ajbodm tha latter are Edward 8. Btoke arv awarq Btokee of the veoieg. pt it aodar tbs basement blast yea 1 What do think 1 an.

a ctaodinr her end a retching ef uy death cold growled tto irate Boniface. Ms Hughes told sa to tail yea something, aid th hoy. Oh I blent Mr. Tjrhe I what doe to Want I can't tell yea till you om down, replied tb boy. i 1 Blue with th eold, and quoting profusely from th bcrlptores, Mr.

H. duecended to tto first floor. Mr. Hugbm I a Mt tie short mow to waste I T. I aad Jobs Simmome, who am nerving oat a term of four yeers for maaalaughter.

Mtokee has suffered terribly, not so much from his imprisonment ia Why warbled th reporter, oontcaoting thg mneolee of 1 I said tlion of Africa. Two DaiorUttatte pBUtepiLTfiiA Pa- Jan. tt. 1 Aa unknown mea, eeppoaed to be Oermaa, wa (found dead this morning mar WlUow' Street Wharf, with a pistol ahot wound to hi brain. He HI BIGHT LEG.

Because eald hie Honor, weeping bitterly "because be te 0 alow that the bridge will never bo built a long afl ho has anything to do with it. If 4- Cheer up, old man Im with you said the boaor aad obloquay wtoa he know tae foingsf Who araUsSe to tto career ot one where to te bound Oh, 1 aa aoaacioua, hrettore. tha I mm nor thaa men think who praise me, but aot es they admire as. I am more foao to who lives ass wig hooks aod picture aod te gratified store than taoee who drel to house aad ak wealth. The are my adjutants; not my aommasdere.

1 go toyaod them, and look at the Invisible, feeling it osing it, knowing U. I will say ao more. Bred Wish tksi I Wr Deal i BaooKLW. January J87I. fa trust with F.

D. Moulton Mr Dxaa Friwid Motltos 1 ok, through you. Theodore Tllum's forrlvnsso, sud humble tny-eif before him aa i do before my God. He would have beea a totter moo te my olreumetanoes thaa 1 have been. I coa ask nothing except that ha will remember all tto other hearts that would soto.

I will aot plead for wayealf. I even wish 1 were dnad but other must five and auffer. I will li tofure mttf oun out iutw lf uhail to lmplir-atfd. AU my tnougnla hr ruuuing toward aiy friends; toward the poor child lyiug thre amt praying with her folded naade. 8h te guilt tea tinned against bearing the trangreaeloa of another.

Her forgiven I hsvg I numbly pray to God that He may put it into the heart of her husband to forgive me. i have trusted this te Moulton in confidence. H. W. Bxxohbb.

A Delicate Compliment. The assaults upon Mr. and Mrs. Beeoher ia. tto GrojAto, 1mUd and I YUmno are interesting, as showing to what extent each te worshipped by oe retain types of men.

Job. Howabd. hen it is remembered that H. W. has all tto each te tbe oeae, Joes delicate oompUment to tbe integrity of foe reporter to refer to, sounds hd TolT.r, with I ru old the now thuroughlv iufurlated magistrate, at the which he had taken kla Ufa Mo paper were found ou kis person.

Mary Allen, aged fifty three year, out her throat Aset evening. Bhe had keen a confirmed opium eater, and bad previously attempted suicide. Ming Sing, as from his ions incarceration In the Tusubs, whs re, from mental and physical torture, bla health was much impaired. Stokes ootnmsndfl the respect of the prison officials oa acoount of his quiet and gentlemanly demeauor. There la no inoideui that oocurs in the prison that te not sot known by every convict.

Last Wtutei there waa scut to Blog Ming a boy under IB years of age. lie had robbed a till in the city od Mew York to save a mother and slater from starvation. He waa detected la the aot, and. after trial and conviction, waa seut to Bing 8iug for two yewra. From the day of his eutrauce to the prison he cried almost constantly.

One day ha woe scoot ted by Med fttokes, who. ascertaining tho oauasof his grief, assured him that hie mother aud slater would be oared for. Ho accordingly requited bis sister (Mrs. Button) who visit him frequently, to visit the boys mother and ascertain tor condition. They were found to be entirely destitute.

Mrs. Sutton paid the poor woman rent and supplied her with proviwkmi and fuel. This for time saauagd the grief of the young, convict, hut his homesickness returned sod the poor lad cried hiuaeeif to death, actually dyiug of a broken heart. He was burie oa tha bill above the prison, and the only mourner who stood Alongside of his grave waa fate henefao tor. 5 i 1 "j'i BTBAKQX Bf.KXr.

A lfoung Wotnan Cncon.clom Slaca Cbrl.tin., 1 Mias Margaret Roberta of 866 Adam street, baa been asleep since Christmas. Bhe i about twenty-fire years old, of fin appearrne and vary rellg- same moment hurling baked poiatoo at the reporter. in the fight which followed this rash and brutal act, tables were upset and the entire street in the vicinity flooded with ehampagne, Just as the report wss about to fire a window aaeb at the Mayor, Mr. Taltnsge had to ruu in and interfez. In his exciieaieui, the Mayor nils-took his reversnoe for his antagonist, sod with a wild, piercing shrink such a one as Dr.

Kennioa nttera when somebody asks him to take something be rushed upon the TAXKXNAOLl PATOU At so herrible a sight tha reports became deathly sick, and hyrritsi from th soene. Aa he writes the details of this furious enoounter, the battle is still progressing, the Mayor having thus far eaten aii 01 Dr. Talomge but hie took teeth. 7WHteyapf-iJy time. i The foregoing waa reoslved at the offloe long after the paper had gone to press.

The rttptciabU people connected with the establishment therefore blameless.) j) 0 fi The Kmerald Ball. iTh annual Emerald Ball'Mn aid of the R. 0. Amerieatt Faetlme. .1 Ktemufl, Jan fiS.

Joseph Delhi, 4 watchman at the Maxwell House, waa falsify shot at two O'clock this morning while In the pexformanoe of hi duty, by Ray-umond Thomas, formerly employed as a fireman in In tto Maxwell House engine poom. Thomas was intoxicated at tbs time Ha made hie escape from the building, but wa subsequently oaptored and jplaced In jail, Cflffl for Jfldgi Lyxchi'' Coioago, January 83. 1 Tbs argument is tb Supreme Court oa motion fora new trial, at Yankton, in the one of P. P. Wintermute, oonrioted for killing K.

S. McCook, a year ago last fall, wilt be opened to 'day. J. P. Brown, Secretary of Wyoming Territory, for the prosecution, end Leonard Sweet for the defenoe.f George wa dressed In brown paper overcoat, moire antique breeches, out gored.

Alfred Was ate suitably attired for the oocaafon. They ap- proachod Donnelly aud Kevins. 1 bOmOELLT BYK0 TH ZK0 tuvplcionsly. then drew a heavy breath end wip4 away tbe perapiratioa which was gathering ink flood under Kevin ebin. i Hardy and Daggett exchanged affectionate glances.

By this tune the raobl bad b.ieom reck leas, aad hundreds of them ventured Ik ley plain. Tne Mavor brightened op with confidence, "Ko danger here he aald, coafidvntfy, to th reporter. hot a bit of it, At these reassuring words DonaeUy and Kerins embraced, and with a contemptuous air flung away the bottle of beef tea. Then the diatlouotehed party began making preparations for a tour of th polar sea 8top! upl shrieked a chorus of voices is striliiigsuidenoeB. The reporter aknm 1 nxMAivxe ctur.

"Whats the matterl he asked, in tone of authority. Look! look! and all bauds pointed to th edge of the loo. Heavenal Baby Collin approaching! It was a moment fraught with tatror to the stoutest We are lost! cried his Honor. Where te that beof teal cried Donnelly. "Will some one soothe this wounded breast! moaned Kevins.

$10,000 a year buried In the dark blue sobbed tbe Controller. Gentlemen, be calm. said the reporter. There te but slight cause for fear. At last accounts Mr.

Collins weighed fully forty pounds leu th ui a ton of coat; therefore let ns hope for the boat. His Honor, with trembling hands, began to construct hte snow-shoe into A LIFE SOAT.j He promised the Controller passage in it be would guide the helm. Donnelly spread a newspaper on the Ice, sat himself down, and sullenly awaited his fate. The others turned to fly. Now the ice began to crack and groan as if laboring with inward torture.

Baby Collins pressed resolutely forward towards the New York shore. Under one arm he carried a hogshead of sew ale, while his disengaged band oarossed a fantail pigeon which nestled lu kis bosom. Hte countenance was aglow with THE SWEET CONSCIOUSNESS of performing some heavenly mission. "A wisp broom surmounting bis Alpine hat wared Us pennons merrily to the breeze, Crack I Crack! The ice had parted I Collins was slowly descending the stream on the hogshead. He waved a sad adieu with his north-west coat tail, and then wrung tbe water from bis boots.

He was picked up by a slaver off Bandy Hook, and was presuma? biy carried into captivity somewhere in Barbary, Tne Mayor aod Controller, after floating around for a suiliolent time to give them a full view of th harbor, were picked up by a tug boat, Che cap tarn of which was in a beastly state of inebriation. Hardys aud Daggetts dog was drowned, but they were saved. Donnelly and Nevina both went Into the water together. They had to be cunningly angled for. A cold meatball and a bottle of Worcestershire sauce waa the bait used for Donnelly.

Kevins was iandod after severe toil with a ham sandwich liberally mustarded. They had been in the water so long thst fins were beginning to spout from their shoulders. Symptoms of scaly tans also appeared under their garments Donnelly says if be must be fish, tie prefers to be a salt mackerel, and he hopes that hte oholce will be consulted. Kevins has bo preference. He ia gloomily despondent at th prospect.

This Is the worst we ever had submitted to us, -Ed3 f. 8 USE A I USBEJMBt H. is an obliging man, geoerou almost to a bait, and so walked over to tto bar sod drew mt fllU, then kandd it to the boy. And so Mr. Hughes aod Mr.

Humphrey Harts borne are looking anxiously around for that duaky Uttla swindler. Hughes never saw him, to aay a and Hartshorn swear to wiU Cut tto biai'k devils art out of 'im that te, when to catches him. Jba J. Bmsacll Benefit Two neatly dressed individuals, one sanyteg a large box of feather flowers, stepped into Mr. Job J.

Bussell's Academy Shades on Friday night, and several drinks, for whloh they settled. They were perfect strangers to Job yet with tto at most ooolnrMthry asked if they could to trusted for two drinks. Yes, replied John, and immediately aft or be bad occasion to leave the room for half hour. Just as he reentered tto two strangers were on the poiut of leaving. Hold on, theres something agin you twogeo-tlemes, exclaimed the bar-tender.

Ob, thats ail right, replied one of tto men, with a reassuring smile. Well, theres 8 to agin you, insisted tto bartender. Tfaree-doIlar-and -eighty fiveoenta, exclaimed Russell, and then added, why, 1 dont know you tWO. 8 ball be happy to make your acquaintance, replied one of the strangers. Then with a confidential nod, hang that up, Are you going to pay for them drinks This from John.

Th strangers drew back Indignantly. MDo you mean to insult os, air Johns patrons are gentlemen, and he was at a loss first how to deal with tbe strangers. I dont think you oould to insulted easy, to retorted, finally. The strangers turned all the colors of the rainbow; then they tried to look dignified. Said the taller of tbe two: Well I must settle.

If you want your liquor youve got to take it out of me. a Run down to tbe corner for a stomach pump," said John to bis bartender. Then to thestraager, with sweet smile, We always try to aeoemioo-date our customers, sir. Well, sir, if you want your liquor out of me youve got to kick it out, remarked stranger Ko.fi Bring them double-soled, iron-tipped walking boots of mine down atairsi yelled John. Then with fl merry twinkle la his eye, You must exouse me, sir.

If 1 dont get my work la very well at first, for 1 havent had muon exercise lately. The strangers settled. Prank Whltete Friendly Call. At abont 9 o'clock, lost night, two young men, dressed in the height of fashion, walked into Frank Whites saloon, on the corner ot Myrtle svenu and Fulton street. They wore corn-oolored kids, and their fragtie moustaches were oaref uliy What are you going to have, George asked Blood Ho.

1. Blood No. Lets hav a bottle. Blood No, 1-Give ua a bottle, old man. Piper Heldelck.

Mr. Reed, tbe fssolnating bar tender, opened a yi r. jEWWU, sue iHKHunuu war vvUUvfj upvuou Orphan Blum, will Jlv.ii next Tu.uy even- loufc 8evel before die, fell Into the markable sleep now attracting the attention of our most prominent physiolaus, Miss Roberts was unable to obtain rest. Finally she called in a German doctor, said to be a mesmerist. Me his hand across her eyes several tipiea and then she appeared to fall into a trance.

4)n the day before Christmas the Rev. Dr. Barles called at her house. After he had been there a short time, and conversed on ohurch affairs, she leaned over to her mother, who wae sitting near Ingest th Academy of Muslo, as usual, of course. The organisation will he a follows; 1 Floor Oomoiittea Arthur Crooks, Chairman- John Byrne.

Edward 0. Murphy. John Duane, Andrew Walsh, M. J. Kearney, Joa.

Leavy, KJ, Borke, Thos. A. Brady, Chas Keoiey, T. F. Curly, K.

B. Cadley, Joa. W. Ryan, ii, Hughes. R.M.

Walsh. Reception Committee Francis G. Tu mer, Chairman, Thes. Garroil, Timothy Desmond, B. B.

Haggerty, Eugene OKeefe, Jsme Korke, J. W. 1 Fi Derklm, Felix MoCloskey, Tho. Casslu, i)r. A.

WILLIAM8BUBQ WICKEDNESS xt Betting i a Nan Weight from the flise of His Ifead. James Cavanagh haa a remarkably large bead1 Occasionally it is as large as a bushel basket, bulla cold weather it shrinks. This head has attracted considerable attention la Williamsburg, and haa.z beea tbe cans of many acrimonious discussions. Last night, Luke OReilly, Fst. Gleason, William' Wain wrfght, Rodney Thursby, JudgeCEUiott, Judga-Eames aud a host of well-known oitizana, Cavanagh to get inside of a coach.

Now I'iitotSlflyod cant tell what hte weight I te when ho shoves his head through the window, shouted Tom Devyr. At that moment James 1 pushed his head through foe glass. A maa with a bead Uke that ought to weigh, a ton, shouted Gleason. I i A thousand pounds, growled Elliott. And so the crowd wrangled aad bet until morn- ing.

In foe meantime, Cavanagha head had swollen to sooh a size that it was found necessary to remove the top of the coach to free him. He weighed 75 pounds when he went on the soale. i i i T. Be Envied. Teetenley morning tbe following nuned gen-' tlemen and tadlea sailed for Europe on tbo Cel tie.

of tbe White Star Line General June B. Craig; Mrs. James B. Craig and two aerraata, Mia. Craig; Mksa Annie Kings ley.

daughter of William Kingsley, Mr. Hamilton Baxter, Mr. 8. L. Hasted.

Mrs. 8, h. Hasted, Mr. C. 8.

Heated, Miss Mary Hunter, daughter of Mayor Hunter, Mr. B. Booth. Before the hr. a brilliant party assembled In the saloons of the steamer for tbe purpose ot bidding the trarelers bo voyagt.

Among the nun- DiQUlBg iub wnifiofo wie tvyu yv. aiuvug vuo uuiu 1 1 1 1 lunwiK If. Jwiaarf 33, Andrew M. Bow ed of Oontook, wu eo 4uU Injured In the wood, Henntter, lut night, where he wu ohopplng, that he died thla morning. It le auppoMd tree fell on him, he wu found some three hour afterward.

In an Ineenalble condition. 1 i lu ji1 All They Want 1 Whiskey. t( BuMhxox, January 83. The Indians la th vicinity of the Black HQls -are in an unenviabl temper, owing to the fact that gold hunter have eneoeeafuliy penetrated iand entrenched themselves in the Biaok nm fo qonei derabie number. her 8ald 1 iow.T?Uet Rooney, E.

Glacken, Ed. FreeL Thoa. Muriel. Cot 1 kl notheI wish I oould goto bed. M.

Bennett, Martin Fullerton. i Tbe dorgyman noticed the movement, and also Oifloers Andrew P. GtUoon, President Thos. strange manner in the young lady dlffor- A. i Franois Curran, Treat- 6nfe from anything had seen during her prevl-urer; Thos.

Carroll, Keoording Secretary; I ua Ulnesa. Heaaked Mrs. Robert what she had Thomas F. McGill, Corvesponding Secretary. if old bar.

Mr. Robarts informed him and he at Musio by McCormick. onoe departed. Soaroely had be left the threshold The disposition to be made of the receipts is one that should always seourV to th balls the largest possible attendance. 1 when Margaret again said to her mother, "Mother, dear I mm eo tired, so tired, go to bad.

Let me sleep for ever. Pon talk so, my daughter, the mother pleaded; dont talk that pray, you will be better soon. Hut the way I feel. she said. Shoe took to her bed.

The next day, Christmas, she wa asleep, and the next; she has been asleep to this day, and te now at this moment. CRtfVZrr AT BE At Wh Dllnn he BrMk hie Beck Washwotoh, Juraur 23. SMiwtATg BrUtow Is wnflnwl to hi bed to-day, from the effect of straining hla leg slipping oa ithe (toeo atairwog of tbe Trounr bnildlng gee-tenU tomoon. Tbo Injur, though painful. Is la no waj aerloua i I I Brato YYhe Deserve a Hempen Meek fife I quart bottle of Franks tost win (and hs keeps I ber were H.

H. Wheeler and wife, Judge Pratt and os good as there is la the country). J'- wife, Renat Pierce, wife and daugntor: Harry 1 Oh! These lHother-lm-laws. Last night Jeremiah Turbot walked Into tbe Fourth Precinct Station-house, and made charge of assault and battery against hla mother In-law, Serena Tompkins. Eia left eye was dr sped In mourning, and his shirt-front looked as If it had gone through a bloody sausage machine.

Jeremiah aald hla mother-in-law knocked him down with a oramplng-irou and walked cn his head, beoauae he refused to buy a piano and a tloket of admission to tho Booohor trial for his wife- -1 only get $10 a week. Captain, and Ive only got one shirt," said Jeremiah." Urs. Tompkins will bo arrested, to-morrow. I I 'A Swearing Hatch. William MoAnnany and Uartin Shea had swearing match last night, for I ID and a bottle of wine- the heaviest swearer- to take the atakea After hour of frightful blasphemy.

Shea wsa deoisred the 1 Blast yer sowl said HcAnnany, ye wouldnt a won if ye hadnt known the names of more Saints than Beam and wife, Mrs. Kingsley and family, Col. and Mrs. Keeney, Wm. H.

Husted, Ed. Beers, Frita firose. Rev. Dr.CarroU and mother, Gen. Mo(Jueda, wife and daughter; Judge Hutchings and wife.

Supervisor and Mrs. W. J. Orsborne and many others in all about seventy-five. Magnificent di-- play of flowers.

Song, sentiment and speeches. followed in quick succession. Gen. Craig, Mayor Hunter and Has. Wheeler distinguished theaM selves as tto orators of tto evening i Fire New Little Angela.

Bootok, Jaauai 28. Nary Reynolds, of BoUlaton, hue, ang a male aooomplice hava boon arrested for the alleged reoent poisoning ol flva Infants, whloh they have been taking care of for pay. Cyra Staples, Captain pf bark It Plante, was yesterday held by U. 8. Commissioner Shields In $3,000 ball, Jor haring cruelly beaten his steward, a colored man, named Joseph Jackson, th 36th and 87th ofr September last; Jackson states that on tbs morning of the former date, passenger who was on board the vessel complained to the Captain that he had not got his coffee, and he.

after beating a boy named Robert Benjamin, called him on deck, aod with the asstatance of the first mate, Elisha Sutherland, gave him an inhuman beating with belaying pins, the mate striking him on tbe bead with a pieoe of iron. The next day, because he was unable to work, the eaptain tied him to the rigging, mid, after tearing his olothef from hts body, gave him twenty-five or thirty lashes with a ropes -end. The veeeel was bound from Java to Boston, and when she arrived at the latter place, Si spies offered Jsokson telling him that he sould not do ahything to him. The latter refused the money, and followed fltapiea te this elty, where he oauaed his arrest. Ihe two young bloods occupied considerable time in conceriiog the sparkling liquid about their persons finally Blood ho.

1 called for cigars. Blood No. fi The tost youve got, old man. Mr. White banded over a box of 50 cent cigars, and tbo bloods took two each.

Biood No. 1-Whats the damage, old man Mr. White 15 50. Biood No. 1 Thats all right Mr.

White Tbe wine Ob, yes I pride myself on that wine. Its tho boat in the country, and must be oil right. Biood No. 1. I don't mean that I mean tto bill 1s oU right.

Blood No. 9 (whispering to Frank)' That young fellow ia worth a hundred dollars on tto oent Hang that up. You can bet hes good. White -That wont do. That wont pay my house rent.

Wineoosta money. Blood No. l-0id man, keep your shirt on. You see I changed my pants this morning and left my money in tto pooxeta. Whit (oooiv) WeM, you lust give me tto pants youre got on and IU wait tiii you get tto other.

Vm he Think ef his Heed In the Harming Wuhisotok, JanuaryltS. The Preeldent and eeveral Cabinet offloers will Ileare thla oityat 12.30 thla afternoon, to attend aa entertainment thig evening, at tha resldeuoe ot Ohllds, of Philadelphia. I I Served them 1 Yesterday morning, when tho tide oommenoed to ohange, a large cake ol toe, on which were several men and boys, became separated from the Sieoe, and, for a time, the occupant ap-to be in imminent peril. A Fulton ferry-d a tug-boat came to their rescue. John Gobkin, your stay at Headquarters Is Short.

Several people crossed from Wall street, ou tb Brooklyn side, over to New York oa the lee yeetcr-day. t- Beecher1 te growing weary of the trial If he happens to bkov his nos the descriptive writers think they signs of emotion. When goes to steep they go into hysterics and write a column or so of guan. Last week some thief at Police Headquarters stole all tto papers, pencils, and pens, in the reporters desks. WUI the Police Commissioners ask John Podkin what to was doing while the thief was st woik One Jack Farrell ala king bf the Lotts is personating a reporter at the Beecher trial If be continues hU fates pretenses Chief Kevins will find them out quickly.

Mr. 0. B. Derby te th firs man met by Brooklynites when they enter the Art Room on Mon topic street, to view tto great picture of the Prod-gal bon, Mr. D.

te a blonde, and though handsome la one of tto oldest men In this elty of his fl The association namod after Mr. Daniel O'Reilly jAiderman of foe Twelfth Ward, will have a reception and ball at the City Assembly Rooms, to morrow night. There will undoubtedly to a very large atteadanoe. Mr. Thomas Byrnes, in company with Mr.

Frost, of the Penitentiary, attended the performance at Conway's Tneatre oa Friday ntebt, and throughout tbe piece looked grave, yet aa reconciled as a man would over tne oorpe of hte mother-in-law, Fannings art sale during the week was patronised by Mr. Robert Furey, 8oenff Williams, Under Bneriif Daggett, Mr. John Pyburo Mr. Jeremiah P. Robinson, and many other prominent citizens It was quite amusing to see how foe leading politicians went one totter on the pictures.

The oontest during tto coming week will to a lively BCAIDAIa SUIT More Bad Newe for Undertakers. I Loimoir, Jan. 23. Tha ditfloulty between Turkey end Montenegro, has been nettled, and the threatened war averted through the Intervention of tho Russian, Austrian -and German governments. How Far th, Snadaj Snap Shines.

H. Anomo, January 8, 1878. Oxaa Bi Pleat, ohange my address from Baa i Antonio, Texas, to Frio Town, Frio Texas aad oblige Yoara, Ac-, M. K. Bobkctt, Hkmlocx Crrr, Mlcln, DM.mbr 26, 1874.

Proprietor Brooklyn Sunday Sun tJ ploase send me a specimen eopy of your paper and your terms for aubaorlbero. Jaiua H. HnnsBaow, i' Bcmhet, N. January Pleaee send mo specimen oopy of your paper and oblige JL JL Fokt Bun, El Paso, Texas, Deoember 2J, 1874. i PuilMert Brooklyn Sunday Sun OEinruitait Please mall me as apeotmen a oouple of latest oonaecuti.e oopise of tat Weekly- SM (bunday.) Keapeottully, Fe mxuji M.

Coxa, C. 8. A. nailery Guard, Foarteeath Reglaieiit. Tbe annual election of this Company waa keld at their room on Tuesday last, when the follow, lag officers were elected President, J.

J. Clancy Vice-President, O. H. J. Morphy; beeretary, M.

Wnita; Treasurer, Fgo Hoard of Directors-W. Disrea, W. D. Bren nan, J. Pryor, F.

Thompson, F. H. McGuire, I borgeant-at-Arms baitth. Court-Martial Captain T. J.

Farea, Corporal Tboma Keotffi, Private J. CJanoy, Private Buchanan, Private Tboma Murphy. Expelled W. Ryan. Th affaire oj fl, Co ia flvtehiag oondi- tW WlU Tkey be Mlwedi Two voting men, one armed with a guitar, the other with a banjo, were found by Officer Chambers In front of Kitchens drug store, at a late hour last night, dead.

They were eerenaders and had perished from the cold. The words, put me in my litUe bed, were frosen upon their Ups. Anchored Patrick DeMort wa arrested last night, for stealing the main anchor of the barge "Labrador, now lying at Martins dock. Ha had the snohor on his book when arrested, but said he didn know how it came there. Patrick ia anchored in the Seoond Precinct Station Houss.

Robert NEtirraj9 Request A bad actor, who has beep in the habit of standing up flfr. Marray (proprietor of the saloon ou the eorner of Fulton and Adams streets) for sam-rous drinks, called last night upon tbe gay and festive Robert. Bad Aqtor Give me a small bottle, Bob. Robert, opened the bottle, and its content suddenly disappeared. Mr.

Murray Settle, old man. Bad Actor Ill be again. Mr. Murray Not before you make good for what youwe had. Bad Actor short, to-night.

Next week Fm going to have a benefit. Mr. Marray (sarcastically) Youre a fine actor, rou are. Vt ny, you eaa't uraw anything but flies. now, pony up.

Bad Actor Way, Bob, you never saw me in my leading character. Mr. Murray (ironically) Weil, what your leadmg character. Bad Actor (impressively) Don Ceesure De-Bo Zan. Mr.

Murvay(hotly) Don Gee-Zur-DeBe-Blowed. Give me wbat you're down for, or IU ahov an umbrella down your throat and open it, AaU thfl bwd soter 4 settled. A fine gang. "I lied, yes sir. 7.

M. I don't remember. F. M. Wm.

Fullerton bates $. F. Traoy. Mrs. Tilton never lpoks at Dorey.

Ross Ravmend disgusts tto Jury with his meaningless smile, M. T. Mutual Friend. F. M.

Francis Moulton. The Sun was right when ft oompared Beeeh to a eiroua horse oa parade Hendrix, or Hendriks, of tho New York Sun, Is theablest reporter that that paper has had ever here for a long time. Counsel on en-h (ride were fortunate in getting the case be upright and able a maa as Judge Neiiaoo. The spectacle of a big overgrown fellow like Tilton fighttog in Court a mao old enough to be his father, is not impresse diaguktiag is the word. 11 1 will bring this scandal nearer your own doors than you may wih to bsv if you done let me alone Keavard Ftuip before leaving for urj.

A aot Mer Landmark Gdne "No Admittance, 1 the word at the Astor House, the entire upper floors being cleared of guests, while gangs of workmen are going through the halls and various apartments, clearing out everything movable, preparatory to aa invasion of A soon as cleared the work of re--oormtruotlon will commenoe. Tbe upper floors wUi he converted into business oflioea. Home Again Horn Again In the United States Circuit Court, yesterday morning, Judge Benedict denied the motion for a new trial of Custom-house Inspector Harris, who, it will be remembered, was implicated in the -smuggling of about twenty thousand cigars into tbigport. He then sentenced him on the flrat and stith counts of the uidictmeat to twoyeirs im-prUoameut in the Kings County Th KxIkIiIs Templar (Mi Monday evening will be heid tbe annual re-oeptioa of the Clinton Commandary of Vnigto Templar, No. 14 It will be bald at the Aoademy of Iduaic, Tbe preparations a od foreshadowing ymptoma promise a very bruuaut There te a story from Parts of a 'dog that has been sleeping ever since ttolltfa of last Kovembor.

Alas, there are no such dogs in America, fine Americas dog not only stays awake himself, but keep every other lmng Uung awake,.

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