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The Brooklyn Sunday Sun from Brooklyn, New York • 3

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Ml-tHm nf tnumbtmd nwii afltiUn' 1 ml Uhi txaw14a I 1 1 ft uk 1 1 till UtA- 1 1 4, Mr xiki Hr. Hi Uit CVtxUii, Hr, dul llii ttol Uvrn M. fttt4 oOMm TW mm th wml lm vt Ibtum fAi boa ft lib Siauy rV I aiftl eto. gout oil lamiings, dehgtilf iolo ft tur Olfthed by VftiU-f Ift-i 1'ai Oi-ton titAl iuj Iwihuwfi. i i '1 1 I- i Aiul UskaaUAi i )l 1 f- 4 t.

I (t i fte 1 pi 1 Ilf fw kla jMb9 ft I Lt 1 rl 'Ull Mil fij I I lwli I 111 It I isdl f-Wi mu in (w li it a tiKut' 1 Ik i itcU t- tttm I unt 1 I i ui IV ppfi.mrdfe 1 Ui 1 J- .1 4t my liUlAJoT, fl ft ll Hj I'luiml Ull Beil -ur idiia. vj 4 r( ti. r-o ll rj Ut Uul if lUki ') It ll ltd' dim nl 111 SI fvtilti unf in I Uutt -fK lit Oahrtk ul i4 fur lu iif Jai tli-uiidi lai SS till A iW lit liifl mtiimj luijj-i, (1m r1i iik fhr ran I aui-f tUiiK' tn ui Utk (iaal.tr litiW 3Uce tft itavln twu itv ta in ui.l tiiitw raibi km Lu cHI, iih (ii mm A uj lid laikl, ami rarkbt are irait, th vt urUtii li.y dirtitktu ia I i rtsiv t-lirwi ami a ba. I. Hi 4110 tlia i.4Ea amily aril ton Mlkar rant awki Aiw Kuur-W hn.1 U)4 ill all pt biue mi lb fill, if yuu Uj li Hit! anil la fueoiv fcvti, draw km rartL ai if -iu lia.1 two Mx.ni, tl luma la iunKi4rrUi mmlugf ant It la eitiU-ut Umt (Ikrra aie -kJ liAik'ia uiit, jrmir lutmt fiat, and you will get c-mln f.r tralfc'hk a fitWi, or ft full, hlxaiki Tmt atand ai a urf ur Uirw-of-a kirui, and nuike fmira, rour (di)'t will ba tf) xM-ml a for aw (da Iba aLrwigtk of )uuf tuuvl, Uw ttltiiiuil rwmlt la m4 It til prnelie baie, frtMU tla ml'UiUi4i tna.ta tiua it in Ito ray tiiatuw to ilmw fiir-of-d kin.1, and Um? rm U-r di-Mild bmr till tq nu4 oirouki ai on Uwm bold an aw full A anuJwHT rieifUL Tb Hiralht, of 8jttriui0 Miiah, I Oi filial c-xnlitnati tn tbainuiMi.

rvl to which all 41? UamU nmt bow. I uUkw Atwa, wluidi. Ut anii4 I'tdur, wa Ut hipclMwt hand and rei-tam to win, Uu uffan ao Wt adianlA at bwat In a uint of tuiw, aa Ut four juny ba out in tiiw wuimi dial, aim) III Umt ruM th ponj ia ciirhlcef unity auaai Uie he blank, Altbuuh Uwrw to do aianluta oer buiuy, Uwhi, of a uminf anr pJ In tl gun of lraw-Pitkur, Um htiidr or tmj Umi amaii4 atrniKiibfluaix tuayeotaddwr hi Baitml ctoum in Urn in'miwa Wlty aura, aaa tha choncea wdi altow: aM.tnmi tiuU your fimt rani an Ar, UU Mii.iAiO to Umt yu will ant in our Txl four rania draw kin, Jack and ed of tha auit; aaia, oo an it ia llM.UiOto I tiial yon wtil imt make eitiier the l0clwtr lowtwt atraigiit-dunh. In the mx four canto ymi draw. 71m nuat favurahto way by whli'h tiua fladi mo made to to atari on a rfutmmrd, aay afioc, aa yon havwwthrr nde with you: evau in thus cam it to lA.fi 1U to timt yuu nil! not make iu h'upja you atArt wrltii a 7 and to then to on that you will not suc'cec'd.

Very few plam attouifii to make a atiaiiit-flunh witixnut having lu tln-ir orignml band at kwid i srqiwnc of thivo canto, aay for iiuftancw, 7, ami to of a suit, atnl the rhuixw of making it to 2 in With a quenre of four canto of a suit lu your original hand, your chance of making a to not uiireaeotiable, being but 1-i 1 acnm8t you. lu tiila combination, there to the cnanoe to make the onimary and atoo to moke an ordiuaij atrajht. benre it ajijxwnuwe in tii hand of a plaver la haibni with pleasure; it failure to benefit him, however, ia expressed in in no Tory ftoueriug tenna. 4 u. ciy 1 a (Hih a K- my T.

I it. I ma 4 ti iUc t. tlr I'h'tJk'n ttfeit tun ra lmnl tii the tw'wi. ilK4t in rrt Ilka fe kin lr. iiailU4K.

Jiut card ia fn am hunted uauilr, tool lb aUu.Uh tt tiuiuiui ataira ujsuuH1 to ui Ln Hr, iuUnrtiUitHjt roaarw uuiaa by ajiir -aluc nul kuwihnw, ttwi yj hu. is a iudi'ii)i "ii infriviMt The naiibc ntbu (kmblMo ti be urn hi fltca ut of fifty two rrU am a muu lu permutation, lait Uttrhiu ft of thawing tltcwe etauUnatinia li flu cu tolnflta ralrulaUtia. Hut If Mr. lVitr1kMbmi had ao aunmcdad In hi ButLtinnUml mWuUUora, aa to make arritimk ju-tiy when to draw, aud bow xuu-U; or hrq n4 to draw ao4 bw UtUe, it ir mkiuot that by dotiif away with Om UUu of risk ba would do away with all j.W.ur of Ua gatia by eliminating h'jw am! fmr aid la jrnl of unex-gHtd tuccvu ai well aa Uu of yailura tli cnxt lit thing to tuvrw at card. But Hr.

WUitori lna.ru aholl rwlr fir him-aolf lu aa cupioua aa aa lit Uitnwt cf thi 9 jiuUdtw-HLQ extmt whkiirfU Bn! uly cwrey a HUr t4iufl of hi Ttw Uit qua-twin the cnaio of Ula boolu arauma in atwrting.thai ha fanomnto the gniua art almt to iuvmtirtar Umt be koowi that i fa pla4 with a full of be know a jaur" twu thrwf-w kind a a flush, a "full hand, fm-ofwkind, amt a Buidi aiw aaaww ajvea to fnrtaia bainU whitb I tJu rlU'nnme, oo a t'ail. to whom Uie tUilcm ahail I i tfriwuvV ij I'l f. 4l ioaUo gir ai ir I I I In drawing wiiU to luita tnie, Oilvaiitagn Jwr hnud. liwtiwii And Armwitig truur touto It ta (ikuuI mrrljr tw rtnoa hawk, will wauatouiw Htnrtmg hand, uu T'-ir favnr. iat aav, a.

I miiw, I W. aw a iimui uiv fouttw pa I ill l'btfaYiwae. Tue rlbfh fVe-si 'U I't tis vt tha tbiuuato rnmm 41, aajth-iiel ()m lli.k-kaj fsorin, Itod.Y Mwtor eeniog Ttot 4nc in-ntod ibe 4r k- tu-a of Um audi-tw Were ilirtouii' aid Hpe-tuti 1 erf i irtufuiTfi mw Iiot lit km at The eiiU-ftaiimtuil woettf a find-i Um oribw, aa Utc (mi of tiji emieUU ai aiwaya ara A Uk draiuaLc Ji ruuuk h4 Ui-a ow i lle Ho. cbwriij aim I tim utrmisc-m axul tlwir friruda daiaTii the ordY of aiUva (huxw through. Tha ortliwi of Ua hhMnu Aviatkji arei Jidio tVUaw, Frwhtool; Tto.

If. Abbott. H. A. Hnijamm.

HuTKorr, Ilt-ury Komuu, Tnwaurer; Qialnaati of the Kiw-utiie C'uumntt, Mr, ft E. Hull; Miwhwl Lumidir, 1 Miw, Jui Iutf-Md, Diiwtriwa; Mr. tliarira I1, Blown, Man-acr. lor Comnuluw Cbartoe J. Iltih, aa by Mewux MiIW, Canfb-14, Enddue and liriitL AU eidoaTomi and awankid toi making the affair a crwlttabie one.

Tlie wwociatioo to ou of the kadlng on toi the dty, aa last M'luday emrrUlmuecit witie-faiturily jvoved, A. t. Beeler Aaaeclatlaa. This aasx-iatluu gava its usual grand annual recrjkiun at Hatbner Hal, oo -ns lay evmbg last. Tha boll was Crmrdwl with select audieoca who aneansd to ba an joying tlieia-aelvaa hugely abea our tepurUr h-ft.

Tha ilrma were fins and Uie music all that could be dndred, aa it was furnished by Ownully. Amuug tha bok merry dancers ws noticed Ur, B. Berkley and Hiss Vary Baker, Ed. Boyle and niece, Mr. Roan and lady, William Hickey and Indy, Tbnmaa GUbride and klua Clara Bisxik Thomas Dowd and Mi Dora Fiigun, Alex.

Beelcy and Mia Mary Feeney, Owrge Morris and Mary Kenny, in. Collins and bkly, James Mo and lady, Jams Rourke and sister, Harry Moore and lady, Thoa Ryan and lady, Mr. Carroll and lady, John Grady and Miss Barry, P. Sldne and lady, John Masun and Moa Barry, James E. Conkn and Mary Morrissey, and others, i fc)maD jwir urnli-r b'.

It will ba with tlia jur an A iw, alauht yoo ami draw two ru-U, Ttm la tiite in ihla, 1 r- ti-a it bcf to tXHk-rai rum or a Kinct of ftaHlih on A-w, aa miuiy ilo, four rnnU, It ia hattrr to OiAna up orlgiual iiand and tirnw Bra mrda. by exjiarUiK-a Uud Uw ranla eaa aliuiiml aa to aai-nU witirvly aw and tailing Bn oarda tn a lump pnniucw an admiraiita hand. with ThrwHif a kind in your original hava a d-ida1 aruragw advantage in li it ia your ago, and tbmlure you shunld mine tlm tl au amount tiiink tlia tnapinty at thnas in Will to must not ovi-r do Uni, rlaa yoa 1 tl I ft Si. i oaA I sft-l'y oiftl lo.lv bift.wi si-1 Jhn A -kl Aifel JftUMS llftiftiM sum! SftOsr, 1 1 .1 UsfS Al-1 ift.lv, JdftJMft Plfti.ft ftlft Sivt tft- tv, Mr, Mft I ift.iv si, I Wl N.J. A is 1 If i sod Mr Mftlft-ii so! -i-s I so U-1)-, ink uolk sol tftl.

ftilio Tift -alias Wt Tl. suss VI i a.l it HI 1-Si si, 4.ti II .1 an sifti is l.iAr Tartcv aiftl is.tr, i fts-j tt li-i-nm si.l ixly. J. -iss isaW-y soai Wijr, I. Bn.irrV ift.t I.L (lisl S-fti Ift-ly, JftOftrw tift'lft tlfti iftly, is.

Iliftftiiftsift iftly, Mr. tails aiftl is.tr, TU-nftas rvr, all toty ftiwl Osier Law, If II. an ft 111. lias iws Maftaas KsBaaly, Hr Me IXsashi Anal Is! J-id Histi; suai 1ft-ly liasary b.lS ift Aiftl Utr, IVoa-W h. bis Slftt Iftills Mr I sasi-ty aiftl ls.1, Ur.

Kraivliy asl Uty ilrtiry and isaim, ta it ft. ft and Ualy, J.iba J. tinlav Aiftl Uoa Inslglful Uft Mo late Ur M-aishau Aiftl 1 Iiwaii ym Aiftl Uftly, Tlftanas Croiniiicy and Thsiiss Biakaftaad bady, Mr. vy and U-ly, Ur. Fa) lift anal iftaly, Mr.

M.lkssrar Aid Iftly. Mr Curt ft and Uly, Mr. K-e-rs out ls.ly, lb4t Brvlwiak on. Iftly, Jsaans MrlauUUisnd iftly, Mullody and antsf Ur. I surd aiftl U-ly, ft.

-uily sifti Udic Mr Issker and and Mr dlls Brt Igis Cisnsnj's udks and frWftl sjkI odwre. The tall ft as a sues La every restart Sifti Uie part Ijauita tag he eunSliw at the ear us kind. Olive lrssl Chsptsr, The uenubat la. lire aft I geutinusa, of Olive Branch chapter Oidw at the 1 Btar gave a rereptkn to Useir frimh, uo Ttsaw-dxr waning laa at fria Aeaa-mhly Rina, and it proved to be all that cuuki to ikskreal mev loo. Iftna-iiig was togua at Ism o'duh, and ft But atopid until Ito hooni were in Ihrtr Infancy, Amaig the many marry daum tbs floor (urnprbrsntkiil: 0.

1 1. Lon-11 and Iftly, Mr. Green ft ool ami lady, hi oft EI1 Wetih, Mae Colsim, Chart Timqkin Mia Enuua Bln 8. Johneo W. Tumpkins and Mi Maitie Tempi I John MriJee ami lady, Mr.

Me-Douald aid lady, Elgar Rrwal and Ml Sarah Crogvsr, Ur. Glbney, Mr. Bohf and Iftly, Leslie ami cosiqftnr, Mr. BooteU and lady, Mia Frost, Mrs Dean, Mr. and hire J.

R. Johnson, Mi Carrie 'BisuirU, Mr. and Mr Mansfield, Mr. Raymond, Mus Cora Webb and otliere. The affair was a very select and enjoyable one Tompkins funiUhinj tlie music.

The conuniUe cousiated of the following gentlens-a and ladlis: Kthou A TomAh Floor Manager, assisted by Charles Tompkins and Edgar Reed with sisters, C. Webbt Suediker, M. Johnson, C'ooml M. Aukere and Paeon on tlie Reception ConuniUe and iKUm C. A Tomikii Atlelaide Bonnel and Franc Frost oo the Committee of Arange-ment Itla steal, Draasatla sad EleevUenary, The Star of Bethlehem Amocistio instead of giving Its annual ball, this year chaos to entertain their friend with musical, dramatic and elocutionary entertainment, and on Thursday evening last the affair was given at the Brooklyn Athenenm before large, appreciative and highly respectable au lienee.

The entertainment consisted at res ling, solo and a variety performance, the principal fturea of which eras Child Wonder," who entertained the audience with bis wonderful imtnunentol accomplishment aud of the Dwere Brothers in the farce of the Peneeuted Dutchman. Dr. James L. Farley rend tlie Vagabond" and afterward Buck Fanshaws Funeral, which latter, literally brought down the hoove. The performance as a whole, was a very acceptable and highly interesting one, thanks to the endeavors of George Miller, the manager for the evening.

i fro: that he known that the pkiYr tunr Inb I DUkT rtglti Uwq out. hhnuki you be tiumg i ika Lift na tl.a a a ku ai to the left of the and I alts latlsi, to etwiiiig at llw IMh Uut, the rvoLW at I ie Chart J. Hy berg, 1UJ Vtmm acrw was eevue ad a hriihaust omapande surprta party, totktond to the CI Sain, by ttb frtfttftl va ef Ins ity-eQkta Urthday. Bourn fifty mpl VWS preasatamj to th tuudeof -hi vi -rr bftjra hand Uwy dviftwl till a late hir with on Interval aUowbI for lit fli collate of tlw evening swvad ct tftrlie oVlo k. AllftXg tbuae wbo Uiiatad that Balks, visa sMl love, vast sol eae Usee UtWfLtj but ibfit, trailw, Md mmkta ail Uq mt mm, we Butioad the foJuwiugi Captain C.

J. Rytwrg, the 0. I. HoUh Bumping Hal," J. W.

Ityberg, Pauaiil" Addle Rybeig, Queen Annla" J. RoM a Negro; M. Byw Sight; Ida Wimtow, Highland costume; Etegene Winslow, tire WUs Fairy; EL HL Bogart, Negro; Annie and Jennie Wllea and Mu UUtiinl, the Three Grocws, Charles Ii.g-lauftl, YeiAee; W. V. Verna Tupey; Mr.

Garebrani, Chinaman; Ur. BiuwtuB, Knight; K. Rea, Badur, so also W. Nurtoo; Bad both were great favoritsa with tha Captoiik M. ft.

Pariusv Washington; Kiw Allan, Liberty; E. Mi Dunakl, FlofterCilrl; J. P. Juoi the devil; (perfartly mabrlal), Miss Blnutn, ftyrenl; L- H. BainaLrktge, ftebool boy; R.

Blummor George Cloilftkk, dominoes; both of the Mr Bogart were brauUfuily attired, and the creme de la creme of Booth Brooklyn wane as usual out In etnaigth. F. GaJIaghar A aoeclatloe. The tiiird annual ball of the P. Gallagher As-soriaUuu, was told on Eaoter Monday night at the Vineyard Hall, corner of Jay and Pnltoa street and nil decidud surces Among those present we noticed Mr.

P. Gallagher and wife, John Hooe end daughter, Jam Battlea and Ana McCahill, Lutli Kelly and Mary E1nna -go Captain M. J. Leonard and Kettie Devin Mr. P.

Coyle and lady, Bernard Harly and wif Jphn Derham and Elleo Le Thomas Gregory and Mary O'Brien; Georgs Daly and Kottie O'Brte Jam Finn and Roatnna Barry, John Ward and Linde Taylor, Jam Mitchell and coos Thomas Henly sod wif James Hugh and LJjtae George, Hugh O'Donnell and Lixxie Carringto James McKn and wif Jam McGroarty and wif Kattie Bhaug-neny, Jam ORoork Kattie Leonard, Jam Hi Kelvey Mi M. A McCoemell, John McGinr ley and lady, Them Tryell and Bridget Foy, Thomas Reynolds and sinter. Tbs following ore the officers of the association: John Hon President; John Leonard, Secretary; John McKee, Treasurer; William Griffl at-Ann age, of course your linn ante, it will be wad to omit Uie nun tuiung ti chaut-ee of otlier jdayera dikng it, and giving you Uie 0)rtunity of going user tnein. lu discarding, with such a Lamb it is aometiiiMi g(d policy to keep op an oibi card with your triplet t) ibguna tiiem, and draw one card If It ia evident, however, from tha nuaing that large hands am out, draw two cards. In the firm instunce, having triplets with an odd card and drawing on card, your chances are a follows: it ia forty-seven to one against your nuking four-uf-a-kmd; and it is sixteen to one against your making a fiillhand, making your matliematical exiectatfan, say ona-twellth.

In Uie seound case, you draw two cards and your chance are as follows: it ia twenty-three and uiediahily to tlia P-lt of him dollar itnrta tha Kamo by anb-ing a cluii, and that the utiwr darra areentitiuil to "cane in by putting two -hija in tha pool tha plavar tiiao pula tn an rinp, ao ail intureMtod In tha hand bava l-kwitod in the pool a Mil aunm. He ia el at wars, that tha duaiar, in dm ling dia -rania, Iw-cuw with tha player at hia left, who bold, tha ga, and givt one at a time altemaloly, until warn player boa reoatvad Bra cant. Tltla, which by tha a ay, tha mailer may not know, ia termed the onginai hand. Knob player ban the right to discard any or 11 of tlia original hand, and to receive bom tha dealer cards npia in numlier to tli-ae ao di oaninL The hand ao amended la termed ti playing hand." Where a player standa pat," Ins original hand bscom playing I piie-half to ons aguinst you mak-ng foumof-a traihlling," and raising the I n( '5T band, 8tra one against your will ba mfenwd to in the I10-. Patrick J.

Hughes Association. The members of the Patrick J. Hugh Association held their first annual ball at the Assembly Rooms on Monday evening last, and we think we can safely say that St was the largest affair of the kind this season. The largo ball was handsomely decorated with flags and streamers; portraits of P. J.

Hughe District Engineer Cbarles Farley, and William Kearns adorned the wall Delicious mask) was furnished by McCormack's Orchestra, and all joined in voting this the affair of the season. Among thoeejpreeent wo noticed Judge Andrew Walsh, Chari Farley, William Keorn Mr Goodman, Thomas Carroll and lady, The Coppifer, Samuel Osborne and lady, Thomas Kearns and lady, Edward Kearns and lady, John Welsh and lady, Mr. Printy and Miss Mary and Maggie Carney, William Allen and Mr. Caudla and Bin Second Wife, From Doug la Jerrolda Fireside Saint. When Harry Prettyman saw the very superb funeral of Mr Caudle Prettyman attended as mourner, and was particulorly jolly in the coach, he observed that the disconsolate widower showed, that, above all men, he knew bow to make tlie best of a Iwul bargain.

The remark, as the dear dear deceased would have said, was unmanly, brutal, but quite like that Prettyman. The same scoffer, when Caudle declared he should never oeaaa to weep, replied, be was very sorry to hear it; for it most raise the price of onions." It was not enough tdhelp to break the heart of a wife; no, the savage must joke over the precious piece The funeral, we repeat, was remarkably hand-some: in Prettyman 's wonl nothing could be making a full-hand, your mathematical expo. -talma hi therefore one-eighth. Hence the advantage li with the two cards drawn. Triplet Kin and upward, make a otroug hand, and must never be abandoned without dua consideration.

Do not i give too much weight to the fact that one of your op-pontmta draw one card, and anothera two cards: yours is a hand shove tha average of 'three" and should he played accordingly. Even with three Deuc in your, hand, you must reflect before throwing it up. A A Straight, or Sequence is, as the reader la aware, five cards of any suit following consecutively, as Ten, Jack, Queen, King m3 Ace; the Ace may be reckoned as one or aa Ace; when aa one, the Straight is one of the smallest; when as Ace, one of the largest; it cannot be reckoned both ways in the Bame hand. In ways in tlie same proti TosnnpUfy, aa far as powulil tlie calculations upon winch the game Is based, six playeis are supposed to constitute tha party, four of whom remain in, two throwing up their card This will be found a fair average, THC Rian it, HARD. 1 The original hand la now dealt, and four of the six players remain in.

The mathemat cal xmlculation which proves that the average value of tlie four hands question consists of a pair of bt, would occupy too much space, ana is therefore omitted. A player bokling in his original hand a pair of Ha, or better, has a mathematical expectation in the game equal to the stake he has ui vested in the pooL Of course the reader will uiiderxtand that we use the term average in its strict sense; the four hands here referred to, might each be superior to a pair of S'a in this particular deal; but in a long series of deals It will he found as we have stated. The more satisfactory. Caudle "poke of I j0hn Lannon and lady, Mr. McCormack r- Wm.

and lady, Chari modern Poker, the ritraight is superior to Three- reader can deduce from this fact, that, in play-1 inferior however, I rh hk in ing a close gamo win, it is nectar? to hare mm Riv more scope for V-ti it bosom-re- Ait least a pair of bs to start with. One of the I hjniBng, It is permitted to retain the position. I weak points with young players is their I HUJ1C when ao 0)poneiit stands his band Jt, Anxiety to be in every time, and of course stand I Tou A.v unproved your triplet it be I comes a nice question for you to determine whether he is bluillng or not You will of course be guided to a certain extent by tiis antecedent and if he is in the habit of standing pat on two poire, or without anything in his hand. Bhould 3 or have a straight pat, endeavor to get all you can by raising when it is your turn to ante, as you drew no card your hand is at once disclosed. A Htraiglit is a very strong hand, and mast not be thrown up without Whereupon Prettyman suggested fathering a nettle.

Caudle-the act on any pair, frequently on odd cards; but in the long run it found to be a losing game. The rapidity with winch they dispose of their chips is the best evidence of its truth. Where amusement, however, is considered more than chip the rule should be relaxed, and the player will occasionally draw to a pair of Deuces a hand that sweeps the board. But to return to our starting point. The four original hands now Mr.

Caudle, attended by many of his friend returned to bis widowed borne in tolerable spirit Prettyman said, jocosely poking his two lingers in Caudle's nb that in a week hd look quite a tulip. Caudle replied he could hardly hope it Prottyiuau's mirth, however, soon communicated itself to the company; and in a very little time the meeting took the air of a very pleasant party. Somehow, Miss Prettyman prodded at tlie tea-table. There was in her manner a charming mixture of grace, dignity and con- diftftftt test. tel -2-ft ffiSXhKu ond lady, Fergus McQueen, Bartley Gunning and lady, Jam Cassidy, Ex-Aldeminn Donohue and lady, Mat Smith and lady, John McCarthy and lady, Ed.

Fitch and lady, Fred Aurbach and lady, Tho Levins and lady, Wm. Farrell and ML Mary Sheridan, B. MeGuines Tho Kerrigan and lady, Michael Ryan 'and lady, P. J. Hickey and lady, L.

McCarty and lady, M. McXamee and ladie and H. Devlin and ladies. The ball was a thoroughly enjoyable on as 5" ssi ied, six. If but one end only is opened, or you cal culnilation shows that tlie improvement culminates in two pair Jacks and Hixee.

In ISeck-Tle Surprise. A very select party tinder tlie above name met at the residence of Miss Irene Kent, on Jay street, near Nassau, and proceeded to the residence of Mr. and Mi King, on Willoughby street, on last Monday evening. No pains were spared by the efficient com mittee to make it enjoyable for everybody. Dancing commenced at ten oclock, and was kept up till a late hour in the morning, with the exception of an hour for supper, when the guests partook of a sumptuous feast prepared fur them by the hostess.

Among the guests were Will White with Mi E. Nodine, B. F. Gardiner with Irene B. Kent, Arthur Smith with Agatha Deyhle, Will Kim-mel with Grace Surburg, George Gatehouse with.

Annie Zhart, Thomas W. Ryan with Mary Tuckhorn, Mr. Jon with Martha Tuck-horn, William Curran with Lizzie Kimmel, Geo. Dalton with Emma Brown, William Stratton and Sister, Henry Kick with Maggie Keating, Chari Deyhle with Miss Fitzgerald, Mr. Sample with Mi V.

Reid, Chari Wilson and lady, Jam Curry with Lizzie Slick, Geo. Heath with Lizzie Moron, R. Jewk with Mi Church, J. Murry with Mia William Geo. Rapelse with Annie Malcolm, Sam Much more with Mis Kircaldy, Mr.

Crawford with Mi Carde Con Hiflbie and lady, A Manning with Mi Webb, Geo. Birell and lady, Mr. and Mr Kick, Mr. E. McGowan and lady, Mr.

and Mi Kent, Joe McLean and lady, Cha Cray-nor and lady, and many other The committee of arrangements were Henry Rick, Geo. Bapellec and Jam Curry. Connor furnished the music ou the occasion. was just this difference between Mi Caudle and his sister, Mi Candle was a groat goose wliereas Sarah was a little duck. VYe will not swear that Sir.

Caudle did not overhear the words; for as be resignedly stirred his tea, he looked at the lady at the head of the table, smiled, and sighed. It was odd i but the womennre so apt! Miss Prettyman seemed as familiar with Caudles silver tea-pot as with her own silver thimble. With a smile upon her face like the butter on the muffins she banded Caudle his tea-cup, Caudle would, now and then, abstractedly cast his eyes above the mantle-piece. There was Mi Caudles portrait. Whereupon Miss Prettyman would say, You must take comfort Mr.

Caudle, Indeed you must. At length Mr. Caudle replied, I will, Mi Prettyman What then passed through Mr. Caudles brain we know not; but this we know: in twelve mouths and a week from that day, Sarah other words, the four playing hands turned up I intermediate card to make it. your and exposed, without bluillng, Jacks and Six cJilulc', 008 twelv precisely the will be once In four deal the winning hand, tliat you have in making two pairs In this, like all average calculation, none of the I ill-hand by drawing one card.

It is not hands may have improved and asrain, I judunoi, under ordinary circumstances, to ach of the four may have improved superior I 3 or upward, to draw for a 1 I Btmijht. Yet, if appearances point at large original hands and before vour turn to draw some one stands pat, it will be well not only to split a pair of Nines, but oven a pair of Queens. A FLUSH. 1 The ordinary Flush is an interesting hand, not only from the fact that it is really a very strong one, but that it presents at least four-fifths of itself at the immediate owning of the game, as if it took a personal inlesest in the proceedings. In this form it is known as four-Hush, ami is constantly appearing during the game, first in one hand, then in another, but Fixes constitute a full average ulavimr hand alw? coquettish in ito action and requiring a Prettyman was Caudles second vife-Mi It is almost worthlees as an original or pit hand! dmi of coaxing to put in an appearance in Caudle number two.

Poor tiling This sounds paradoxical, but we will endeavor It8 stnbbomess is proverbial; mr. caudle begins to show off toe fiend to substantiate it. Two pairs pat, it is no ex- notwithstanding, it perform in the long run, I that's IN HIM. lusTrate tuSflTtaS nlayerao remato to TtoflTwhimi JpSrTHiI tho game, have, for instance, the following T6 ah two-ninths, and you are dont know how Ishouid exuect it There was original hands: Jacks and Sixes; Four-flush; I in a fitof'dratoT. nla-r dr buto0 wonian "Xnks teato both ends; and a pair of wffiis kLwas rSv teste, she is now in heaven.

Now Mra Queens. The player holding Jacks and Six hat is knownas a onkey or hdail I let me hear no ciying. Im not one of SnVat tlm oranWiil I 9- Ptob, melted bythetearaof I of tlio same suit, making a flush. It is sometimes accomplished, but it is an expensive luxury as the cluuic will show: 4 7-10X5 2-9 244-9 to 1 ust making it There are some players who iys raise the blind on having a four-flush; it I i however, playing against a strong per-ceutage and should not be indulged to more than a few chance is absolute. The Four-flush has nine not mi.

lt muKt be hiutred iroiigh, if holders' but can vou make a Dudding maam? canto to draw from out. of the fortyeeven me I chances of winning are however greatly enhanced. When two players stiuid pat. tlie one holding a flush has nearly two chances to one of known, his chance of filling is one in five and two-ninths, or a little more than five to one against him; the Straight or Sequence, open at both end has eight cards to draw from to the 1 I should te nasqnarade Surprise. The residence of the Misses Jennings, was on last Wednesday evening, entered by a body of about forty surp risers in mask who made night merry and early morning ditto, until daylight peeked in at the windows, and reminded the maskers of other dutie The large and handsome parlors of the ladie whose residence is situated at No.

309 pacific street were brilliantly illuminated, and the scene was one of brilliant confusion. The characters were novel, the dress rich, and the music was superb, Irofessor Marc Cooke furnishing the latter, while Air. McPherson attended to the wants of the guests as costumer. Among the more novel characters present were: Mr. McPherson, as the French Dancing Master; Mr.

Henry Johnson, as Beppo; Miss Sadie Finck, as Queen Elizabeth; Mr. Frank Spooner, as Home Rule; Minnie Dari as the Noid Queen; Gerald McKenzie, as King Kalico; Effie Prince, as a School Girl; Eben Jon as the base-tall player; William Evarta, Policeman Jennie Evatt as the Artful Girl, and John Morriksey, as the SwelL The guests sat down to a bountiful repast, and all appeared to enjoy themselves wonderfully. This was one of the most recherche affairs which has occurred in the city this season. Reltzner Association. On Easter Monday night, at 10 oclock, Turn Hall was crowded with as jolly a set of ladi and gentlemen as ever adorned a ball-room, it being the occasion of the annual ball of the Reitzner Association, and everything this a elation ondertak is always looked forward to with pleasure, as they always make it a success.

The ball on Easter Jlonday night went ahd of anything yet held at Turn HalL Among tlie throng might have been seen Thomas Graham and wif B. P. Sharpe, James Barnes (no relation to the patent medicine doctor), and hundreds of others who, for want of spare, are crowded out The ball kept up until daylight, and even then they wanted to keep it up. The following are the officers and committe in charge: Reitzner; Assistant, Andrew Beck. Flore Committee Bernard WIeder-hold, John Brelnlnger, Henry Shut Frederick Brahm, Peter Butter, William Bran Joseph Boeber, Cbarles 8utter.

Reception Commlttei Rudolph Lut Jacob H. Mohr, John Jacob William Gorman, Michael Miller, Nicholas Young. Executive Committee George Giehl, Joseph Keller, Chris Smith. Peter Reitzner, President; Andrew Beck, Yioe-President; Chris, L. Hlne Secretary; Louis Wlilderoter, Corresponding Secretary; John Sebum, Treasurer.

Press and Vie Markers Association. The employees of Bliss A Williams' press and die making establishment, after having organized themselves Into. an association, gave their first annual Invitation soofable on Wednesday evening last at Nilsson Ball, and engaged In the mazy nntli time called them to other pursuit The committee of this association tor the evening in question were F. M. Taylor, A Guenard, W.

Rakeratraw, A. Faldwin, M. Higgins, A Hamlia, A. Robbins and X. Jones.

Among those present were, Mr. and Mr Blls Mr. and Mrs. William Mr. Bentley and lady, Me F.

J. Taylor and lady, Mr. Bloom and lady, Mr Thomas Walsh and lady, Mr. William Toal and lady, Dr. Toal and lady, Mr.

Smith and lady, Mr. Jenin and lady, the Misses Lloyd from South Brooklyn, and others Neighbors Bone. The Neighbors Sons gave one of their annual receptions at Urie' -Academy, on Monday evening last, which proved to be a delightful one hi every respect. This association is noted for the elegance of Its receptions, and the one held on Easter Monday tras no exception to the general rule. 1 The officers are: Ed.

President; Michael OKeefe, Vice-President; John Cahill, Financial Secretary; Colin Campbell, Recording Secretary; Michael Murray, Treasurer, and Robert Freeman, Sergeant-at-Arms all of whom were present with their respective ladie In addition to these we noticed Mr. John Finch, Ed. McNeirney and Miss Annie Kieman, Mr. M. Keefe and Miss Rose Pelham, John Cairns and sister, Miss Rosie Brophie, Timothy Bon-non and Miss Annie Crow, Thomas Bums and Miss Lizzie Cleorey, John Cahil and Miss Mary Brophie, John Kieman and Miss Mary Me-Nierney, Jam Boyd and Miss Byrne Myers Given and lady, Stephen Crave and lady, Ja Cunningham and sister, Mr.

Rielly and Annie Tyme, Christopher Hill and lady, Mr. OReardon and lady, Jam Meade and Miss Healey, William Sliauglmeasy and Miss McCloskey, Billy the Barber and lady, John Gannon and wife, John Carrtll and lady, Owen Donnelly and lady, Dave Price and lady, Mr. Dully and lady, Jam Shaughnessy and lady, P. Kilty and lady, Chari Payne, J. Farrell and lady, C.

Campbell and lady, R. Skelly and lady, M. Murray and lady, Robert Freeman and lady, Dan Cooney and lady, Ed. Hanley and lady, William Murphy and lady, John Kane and Miss Cotter, Mr. Brennan and lady, Miss Dugan, Thomas Hare, Jolm Crowlin and Miss Lizzie Kidney, and others.

John Connor Association. The City Assembly Rooms was on Tuesday evening last the scene of the fifth annual invitation calico ball of the John Connor Association, one of the strongest organizations of this kind in this city. The large hall was brilliantly illuminated, and elegantly decorated with streamers and flog all of calico, and most of the gentlemans coat neckti and collar and the ladi dre were of the feme materiaL The gentlemanly members of the committe did all in their power to make every thing pass off pleasantly for their guests; and admirably succeeded. They were as follows: Edmund Flanigan, Floor Director and President: Stephen McKeever, Vice-President R. B.

Sedgwick, Recording Secretary; and Thomas Donnelly, Treasurer. Twenty-eight done were gone through with ere the guests made the slightest move, in a homeward direction, and the affair was the largest; the dress of the ladie the prettiest of any we attended this season. Among those noticed particularly were: John Bonnor and lady, John Fleming and his beautiful bride, C. Clark add Mi Williams of Jersey City, John McCarty, Wm. McKenzie, Chari La Rosa and Ben Lb Rosa and ladi forty -seven unknown, making his chance of filling one in five and seven-eighths, or a little less than six toons against him; the pair of Queens Tmdlfg the rbv tii reaeon that for four I hope not obliged to swk on pat flushes, there are seven pat straights and but I Uie to bo bloater, I suppose? Hal there was a woman Maw for a flush, you can nek more than in (lraw- straight, as the flush is easier to make draws three cards and, as tiiere are two Queens in the forty-seven unknown card his chance I L.a who man eve for a bloater but sainted crea te 8 her onf mnebllJd1fabriL ture-ehes here no longer Ifou wish she was? noticed, that Uie combined chances of the three A full hand.

1 A full hand is a combination that requires I Heres the eggs boiledto a stone againl Do hut few comments to have it is to say that I yon think, Mr Caudle, Im a canary bird, to the pool i almost to a certainty, within your I oe fed upon hard eggs! Dont tell me about the grasp. To get it pat, is an occurrence that can- I servant. A wife is answerable to her us baud hands make the fourth one, holding Jacks and I (Sixes, nearly or quite wortlile. TEMPTATION. Inexperienced players are invariably puzzled on finding two pairs in their original hand; it looks so large that they raise tlie ante to tlie limit, which is responded to by several plaver I vi 11 must be played oiutiously Mr.

two-pairs draws a card Vithout iiVto- hu1tJ: 8 raise which, should it be returned, you must repeat. Your opponent will then possibly go to the limit, and you can follow suit But if you go the limit at tlie first start, you will keep some out who would otherwise venture on the small raise, and at, tho same time call attention to your hand. If it is your first bet go the I tomt, as it may induce some to think you when he doe and is anxiously suppresstag "the I 81-6 'Jy bluffing. Should you hold a full, torrent of Yengeanee which is oozine out of his bF tendmg one pair, and you are first to I 88 we intend to go oil Therefore, Mi Caudle, fingers end he finds to his intense disgust, that I btt 60 merely 8 chip; if second, and the first if my tea isn mode a little more to my liking to find tlie cookery. There you ore with your pocket-handkerchief again the old flag of truce but it doesnt trick me.

A pretty honeymoon I Honeymoon? nonsense! People can't have two honeymoons in their live There are feelings I find it now tliat we cant have twice in our existence. Theres no making honev a second time, No: I think IVe put vp with rour neglect long enough ahd there 8 nothing like liegmning Glass Blower. The Bohemian Glass Blowers are now holding forth at the Brooklyn Institute, and will oontinue to do so all of this and the coming week. Professor Nichols, In addition to distributing presents to every bolder of a ticket, treats the audience to a dance sad a very entertaining lecture every evening. Tbe entertainment It well worth the price of admission, and every reader of the Bus should attend aud taka the ohildren.

The opening took plaoe on Monday evening last, and we noticed as being present Mr. James R. Benzi of the Corr Association, Mr. Qua Rooney, who bye the-bye is not 1 ballet dancer, as was announced few weeks ago. Jas.

H. Carridy, John John Donavan, Misa M. Nugent, Miaa D. Me Cue, Mi N. Regan, Wm.

Satohell, Miaa Ida Haines, Mr. William Mitchell, Mr. P. J. Casey, of band-ball notoriety, Mr.

John Mcgight, Mr. Harry White, Hr. Geo. Nichols, Mr. Jas.

Brady and tody, William Delford, Ja Bridgets and lady, P. J. Dunna and lady, John Carey and lady, Ja Donnelly and tody, E-igs McCaffery, James McCaffery and lady, and numerous others whom we hare not apace to notice. A Deeorah mao has Invented a railroad snow-ehovel that will pick up a drift aa big as an Iceberg, pitch it ever the top of a bill, and then spit on hands and tackle the luU I Kings at the head, player what Young People's Assoclsetion of Mr Copier's Chare It. One of those enjoyable affairs which the young people, of Dr.

Cuylers church indulge in occasionally, was held on Tuesday evening last, in the lecture-room of the church, on Lafayette avenue. The occasion was the celebration of the seventh anniversary of tlie young peoples existence a an association, aud the reception was opened by the reading of the annual report by the President, Mr. A. A Plant, which was followed by the company proceeding to the Sunday-school room, where a bountiful repast you may see a man in a passion. Ittakroagood allow I Seal to rouse mo, but when I am up 1 say, when ere.

I I am np Gist alL Where did I put my gloves? You don't Of course not; you know nothing." eing he wi raised Well 11L 1- jiusei back, lie will consider: if by a close player he will throw his hand up; if by a conservative player, he will stand the raise, and draw one card; if by a reeklew player, he will stand the raise, play his hand pat, taking the chances that EXCEPTIONAL HAND We have now glanced at the combinations that usually constitute the ordinary hands at Poker; the few that remain to be considered When an American asked an Englishman if HQ. ft I Victoria ever loafed around th istrand," the may be classed as ci, as their appear- I Bnton expected to aee the ruffla fail dead. 0.

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