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jHE O'CONNOR NON-PARTISAN INSPECT? ORS BILI* PASSES THE SENATE. 0-j-pfDKD bO A** TO TAXI BFTBCT ON* .TU 1 ?BXATOSi SAXTON PA88ES HIS KBA8CRI MAKIN-: CERTAIN BLECTIOM OF? FENCES mSDEMBANORa. -JOM Til RIGCIAR ri)RI!F.Sr??M INT OK THR TRinrNBi Albany, Mar h H Bonnor O'Connor passed jn thc Senate again to-day his excellent measure .?.-,,. r for non-i trtlsan boards of election BtBpsci rs, When Bena! O'Connor called up bls wu h.- said thai he w uld ofter only one trr,en !:n-nt lo lt; namely, thal lt should go int.. effe,-: on Julj i Instead ?f Immediately, as the jljiei bly had provided. If lt should go Into effect ^mediately he wai ifrald lt might .ans.- a puddle In t!.. -; ring ? Hons, since many of ths ?nsp-.-t irs ir. the l iwns tl ? Btate had already b0,.';i g, ted. He stated further that he had loped '? have a provision In the bill declaring that thi Btate Committee of each one of the rre3. | parties should be the authority p -A . look feer direction in eas- of i legal c tesl tx twe< n tm i rival factions >? te their righi I appoint election Inspectors, bin the Assembly bs I eli >pi ? I this provis! in. He f trod thal paper irganlaations might be start-td and might claim the right to appoint the In apectora In spite of this detect, however, lu b' ; -.-.i the bill as it s. l. believing that the amendment wi uld be made al nome future time. Senator Cant ir sal! he considered this s grave ,., ? ? ari bc thought a new conference com I -h- ul i bi app ?.!?'? I replied that every one in the gtat.- was agreed on the principle <>f non-partl WP election boards. He thought the bill might b-.- endangered If any attempt was male to airer; 1 lt fri:;!.er. The bill waa then panned, amended so as t ? take effect on July l, and went |a k to the Assembly. ?j*;. .--. ? ii also passed t -day what Benator la-fti ri ne of the m isl Important 6 ?? uing to i i considered al this Legislature, lt makes a large number of offen es against the eli - ,,,,.., ; . meanors. One of the- offences thu*, denned is alleged t ? have I.n committed lac*, v- ir, wh.-n Police Justice Dlvver, of New Torn, ls sail to have offered certain prizes for Dioae of his district leaders who should p ill tije ;. ?-. ? for Maynard. The bill makes am r to "offi r an Inducement to any to procure a large .er a small vue. plu ralltj r majority In any political division e.f the State." ?. Thi bill also makes the following offences mis t -r-*: ra voting hv?*h. . a a nari: on a baltol by which lt. can be r? the i'.????-'.nir of the pros unfolellng a bolleT* v- , vate- haa prepared tot voting. .: trott r on hla way to n pater. . iroing arlthtn the guardrail ef any ig th re when ordered t-> i I*, e'.h wiih a v-mt cr opening the a v..".,-r l? ii*-:--.-- with in".-"." "?? watch au.-h voter in the preparation of his ballot ? ? I ;-. :- n to r< r.ii.- In the booth, pi paring a ba.lot, wtth Sui ; r .testing, Having lawfully entered a N-tth with a voter, j*--*- .ui ng ol whom he i* vot fa for or to *. ny part i*.ar candi I He lawful order f electloi ? tors in I m ? , , -???'? n ??- v. te cr reit froi - ' teer or to refra n from registering, to vote against an* person or ?- position, or t.i cauae lo have his name placed (-,.'? or -mitted from thi ri -.--ry. The Senate Judiciary Committee r-r-ort.-.l I ibly 1 - ?'?' Senator O'Connor's Mil nu iz'.ng New-Tork City annually to pay 130.000 I i the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, i The Senate C-->mmlt-e<* nn Cities re-porresi favor? ably Bena! ir Wolfert's bill providing for the an? nexation of Ne-w?!"'.:? ?:." to Biooklyn; Senator Owens'? bi!! pr v ling that In New-York City and Uro.klyn pms companies must provide a al :'- 'ff for each gas pipe four feet outside of .--. evy b illdlng. The Senate Committee on Finan<*e reporte-1 favorably a bill providing that money given by the Btate to :u'-icultural ^K-ieties shall be di- ; % ld< I in proportion to population. Senator !?? .>.!'- bill providing for the com pulnory ? of. children unprovided with school instruction was ordere.l to a third rea Ung. T - Senate has passel Assemblyman Sh.-f Aeld's bill empowering the College of the City of Kew-Y rh to purchaae a new site and to erect new buildings. I INVESTIGATING TELEPHONE RATES. MB. GARDNER SAYS HE IS IlAlSING A Fl'.ND TO DEFEAT LEOISUATORS wno OPPOSE A REDUCTION. Albany, March SS.?The Senate Oeneral Jaw* nnd ths assembly Oas si I Eli itrlclty r-'-mmltto-n gave a second hearing I aft ruo a on the Q-erst bill regulating 1 Ex-Senator Ham-, of Albany, appeared in op l- tlon to ths ? ? .'.' of the Albany Tele phom . Metropo tan : iny if New-Tork City. He i ead of bi ,ng J-. ii i ear, ss bsd I by ly coat from SM t price telephone* Mr. li -rr - r- id a eli i ne l !??? , i- tai lardner, of the Si a-Vi rh U ird of j Trade, askir.i* for conti t . dollars w.-. ?-- lUCt S war- j lars again - ? ? ? ? teiei nies. John G. Mill ira. foi I Telephone : fl , followed Mi Harris in tl >n to ih. it. ir. of Buffalo, said thal companies In ot: i rates th..ri . He could not ? . i i** higher. The people had I except t.? th- Legislature. Let sn examination be made of iii- booka of the coansaay ir .? wai makins only 1 per cent, aa Mr Milburn said, thi bill allow-ed it 10 per cotit. Bets n and Buffalo said the rates wert* ir. ri ? rery year. Benator Kilburn rlbera ought to present some I * that ti,?- com] 1 tant ratei The * ibscrlbi ra said | t the facts. The) ? Mr Milburn ,-,r . - Harris rave a aeneral !' ' tlon of ti- books. The ? ra a tl not trur-t flgurei ho ob t ?-? ---arv Gardnei declared that th* mt.- ,,f the peti - ? in C panj wan 1240, and h<- ca-aa prove JJ Bon ? old subscribers had a lower rate, but $*W wa* u?. rate on all new contracts Mr Harris de ?!?**! tr 8?na- ? Kilburn aaked Mr Gardner to explain ?iD-ajt t.... ?-. v-ral thou-,ni dollar* v-hl-h Mr ',.r I o r saw WM ?,.,.,,, | .,, ,,. , .1H s,.,,,.,, ,,, hli ,.lr. ci.ar "\\(. f,;,,) ,,,,, i,,t,... j to aay iinvtlung about ?ai jim ,,??." replied Mr (lardner, "hut if th ?aanrsjan wants te, kr,..w i win t?-n him." f|*r.ator Kilt.um said h.- would hk- to hear. ,, "'' Intend to organise all over tha State," ?aid ! j--' Oardner, "nn'l collect money to t-- used If thli ?"t talla to pass Ihe Leglalature. We intend to ^ i t a s'''1"- nu-eatlon of it, n*. tbe w consumers o.'i in issi;, when ol the members of tho Assembly wno voted againai the gas b il only a handful came al'eoiit lt ''? n?l Kay lh'" :'s :i thr'*at' ,,ut >'ou a-,k'"' ' s-i that's what -.tiu'ro g.iing to do"" remarked lr?, '?', '? a, ,:,rn;. ""''' llk'' "' hrivf" >ou io**"' up a <jtir."iurf"^ 7 m'"mb''rF of the oommlttas sxpraassd h.Vr\'?ra- -'"L" \'"iy\"r ?-*'K In the way of protest the n< .trlng was closed. A CITO, SERVIC1 REFORM BILL VETOED. Ait*ny. March M Oovernor Plower has vt-to.*.i ?mi lim of Assemblyman Sheffield, which waa pre I-are-l >,y tho N,-w-York i'ny I'lvll K.-nln- Reteff? dint's Fine Furniture Condering what to gai for th* parlor? Bup Pmsm, wston deciding, roa see thone Chairs and Sr.fas of ours, uptoaafer-ad In h-atlK-r. tan and lEOk. Wear forever, almost, and thoy'r.- abOUl ?* -'hgait aa parlor furniture caa b*. Mahogany sr.ii oak fraasan, elasaletal in rona and unusually iraceful. Maybe roa prefer something moro df-iif-ato in ?Ppi-aian.-. All right; that's h-r-, fm. WIIAT fcVEu you WANT IN AUTISTIC PARLOR H-RNiTrjjK. TWO iXOORfl TO ("lionSi: FROM. " Bl Y Of Till* MAKKR." ' OEO. C. FLINT CO., ?OH. 106 and 108 West i4th St. SHALL STEEL CASTINGS. A mot .ub.?,ut, to Wrought Iron For,!!-*-- (partly, isriy thesa of intricate shap,.,. clean. Moatk, .art anl ?sally worked. Alr-o to harden. Such m. gear., worm. wrenches. Seataas' ana sargkal in.irun?t.. .cai, pana Ha. etc.. fn.m M ea to iw l. weight sw h. STAXLKY C. FI.Af'(; A co., tiotth IOU.-.,.. PenB.rhnala..,,. nnd _"nimHon-. t? 1'lillnd.li.l.ln. Association, in regard to actions by a taxpayer ; igalnsi .-i public officer. The bill mus Intended to reach public officials who paid il.,- salaries of ,.. - ??... u"(.'?;!'' '-"'"l'-titiv.- positions, but had not [>as ? .1 ... t nu g( rvJce examination ir.?.'.'.- ?li' 1-'.-.'.",','" V "?"r"'" s:,,s; "l-nder tho present fo nm. , Vi Attorney-General has ample power lo protect the Interests of the State against any ad -.;,",/'' 1"" Vv lt? "*-Tant" ' ,!" "??< ??* "':' " .,'n ,,-' ,V'f'V' f"r ????? legislation, and it might I liusm.-ss-' Btate ta "'?? l""1','r transaction ot ita THE REFERENDUM PRINCIPLE MI'*. RYDER WISHES TO INTRODUCE THE swiss PLAN INTO THIS STATE. Mis BILL is PAVORED rv THB DJRECT LEGIS? LATION LEAGUE -COLONEL WAGSTAFF .SECURES Till-: PA88AGE OF AN ACT PERMITTING HIM TO GO FISH? ING OV SAT! Ill e.\ Y. Albany, March 28 (Special) The bill Introduced In the Aasembly to-dsy by Mr. Ryder, of Bing Sins, embodies, he says, the principles e.r pure democracy aa now being advocated In <.".tf? ? r. nt parts .>f the country by the Direct legislation League. T S res to a I voters of cities or villages of more lhan 10.000 inhabitants the right to take pan In much of tho legislation for the community rmi Incidentally enforces m.my e.f the principles of home rule, lt ls lute riit-i to apply only to th ?*?? communities which accept Its provisions by a majority vote, lt per mits any 5 per cern e.f voters to Intro lu.-.- a me isure which musl either be im.?-l by the .'.ry council or Town Committee or |ubmltted to a \ ite at the polls, i-i te? had ai the next regular election, if a sp< il n li aaked for, the petition f.er tho measure must be sign* l by 10 per cent of the votera In like mann r, on pi litton, any .ei' ;!.e- measures i?!.--?? i by the council or i may be called to a vote al ti:-- polls, such measures (excepting s few i i aa. urgent) n I going Into effect until thirty daya afr.r their pa .age. The council or committee may ? rall for a p i dar \- te on any measure pen Hi g it. effect of this measure would be to return to the people In the communities t.-> which it sh I api iv the sovereignty whl h they now place In ihe ban ls of their local legh lat Ive bod li r .>?! extei ? ihe l iwn meeting principle as prac? tise 1 In Nea Eni ? ? ev< ry itor The men behind thia bill assert that it goes back * ? ? ? ? ; ? nclples In American government; thal Its provisions "ill Incorporate In New-Tork law a ? ? ? operated for years In communities larger t-v.-n than to any which it would apply In this stat'-; that the system is the nei led r. medy for the abuse <.f representative government, and thm their reform, which ls non-partisan and is al ready supported by man] papers, lathi method and ls rapidly attracting the attention ol ti. tr v. Colonel Alfred Wagstaff, of New-York City and i County, had .i lively time of it In tho As. aembly Chamber this morning In hla efforts to get through s h il by unanli :,t which will per? mit !..?:! bi i son.t his friends t<> go Ashing on Long I land on Baturda) of this w. .-k. li seems thal the Rahing season, m. i-r the law aa it *-t'->? 1 until to-day, opened '.ri Long Island e,u next Bun day, the ' .-. permit n Sunday, and, ns some e.f Colonel wagstaff'* friends are Supreme Court Justit. thi y did i. il wish to violate the law sim] ly I 1 ? , ? ?-: getting ir. earl) star! In I he : I Colonel Wagstaff though) thal it would be a great deal easier !?? gel a bill pass. I which would r-.-t the opening back one daj 1 he ? olonel m. 1 some e.f his friends brought up such a bill I morning and Senator Childs promisee.] t.. gel lt through the upper house The Senator kepi hla *.?..': :. and the i.ili ?eni through without opposition. The ? -ri. q ii- k.y ei gi ? *?? I ll ai I sent tt over to th* lower house, bul teer- several snaga were > n countered -i)nh nearlj wrecked tue- piscatorial prospects of th1- Colonel and his Supreme Court friends The mu was handed 'hewn, and Aasembl* man Buller explained what it did and why it.. baste was necessary for its immediate passage, and he asked unanimous consent t" let th.- I.ill hav-a second and third reading ti lee t inn fi un an unlooked-for quarter, Samuel Foley, a Tammany Hail member from Nea York City, "!? ? ??? '? i" the Immediat.nalderatton ,,f the bill, ii- said: "The Assembly recently r ? . pass a Mil to permit t ma -? to go nak? ina "ii Sunday, and I don') propose to permit .. i to go thro ign now to - i ie me else to |o flshlm- "ii some ol iel da) " lloth Mr. Bulser anl . . ? .- ff were astound! ! at Ihe au laclly <ef the Tammany Hall member in daring to ... r>- m ??? . a\t. Bulzer had taken the contra lo i "Withdraw v.. ;r objections! Colonel Wagstaff wan! hill. Withdraw ir ? ' com n '.: - ?' ? "1 w ?. t do lt," rt j.;.. I Mr F ilej Ide of th.- chamber, and he went to Foley's di k snd labon rd s ..... ohjectloi Mr. Fol. .tented I ? an ! afti ra Ii w mi re ? : Mr. ','. .... : ,,, - |? bil! al r Shore In*;i . ?: riie } red foi ? ur.-! i- Tl ? w hy Mr Un* wo.i I ?n?l Mr- V -i i ivor of the I srere ? '-.- ir thal Mr- 'ii- r* . i-. tl 1 -. a '. ???? ? if .. ? |7. T.'..- Ml! then went lo a third ri The bill vt111 probablj i ?? -'? ? mblj ai ?: -,. r not there will be n i m -i-v ;? r ?.. !? . ? lal ap pr ipr! .-!?.ri . ? ?? i ?? ? *rl h it out il ? H i; ? -.-. bill which is a sp , e. ..r I. r in tho As-, mbly f ir ' m n ]?? me ?:? ?? r . * .. - In ?:?? bill In ih<> / ; ? ? ? ie i ived an imm illate .-;???; r i ? ' ' ' ? nd an ultim. --' ? - :.,),;-.? 112.(1 ?'.'???' or 111 '? i '-' Tn- bill was Introduce I In thi \ mbly bj Mr. < ?"Orady, e.f i; . hi -?? r and ll provided f.-r the ? in it ruction e.f a dam on the Gene* t I: ver for th. lei b> pur f restoring t - the owners ot watei p wer nn the river tl.- power which was taken from II when the waters were diverted f.-r ? mal pun Onl; :< mi ri !.. rs voti Q f ir the bill, an I 64 -. il? l r lt. WILLING T'i BE INVESTIGATED. MANAGERS OF THE ELMIRA REFORMATORY IN . . ..*,. i.i.nv -i: WITH : hi: Oi iVKRNi 'll Albany. March H (Special).?Oov.*rnor Flower had t...f.,r.- him to-day mosl f the mansgers of tho El mini Reformwtory In relation to the charges meade against Superintendent Brockway ot thal Institu? tion, by the Btate Board of Chsritlea Ths mana? gers present were l>r. Vf. C. Vfey, Matthew H. A-r-ii.. I. Swart wood and W ll Peter* The con? ference was secret.bul ii ls una mood the -ri igers ? ? . ? ,..- had b en I me them an'l Superlntenlenl Hrockwwy in the r-i-ert ..f Mr. (jeld ..f the .-':i'.- Roard of Charl Hew, and they es .;? ?-? -! n willii ? ??-*?? ' ? have a legleJatlve investigation m ide of their conduct lr was report-ed after Ihe conference thal Oov? ernor Flow** waa rather disposed ?<? refrain fr-m removing thi managers, and to walt for action bi the Let*i*.atitre m Hu matter Superintendent lir-..-k vm,\ and .1 ir., lr Utanchfleld, hla counsel, al ?o came to Albani with the managers of the Reformatory. Mr Rrockwa* ?!? lared thal the conclusions of Mr. Litchfield were n it -.varian:-.! by the- facts BENATOR HILL IN ALBANY. BAID TO BB KV''.A''.iii i IN OATHERINO MA TERI AL FOB A SPEECH AGAINST THE WILSON BILL Albany, March *-? (Special) Shira laal wrak Thur.*.lav Senator ?avid B, Hill lias been here In Ali.any, but only the most trustworthy of his fol? lowers f. iv- been allowed t-> know lt. Several In? terpretations have i ? n Hiv-n <>f hla presence here ?, j t|.;i.. in.- care with which ll has been guard ed but thal which ls said to be the nearest to tha truth ls thal he ls preparing an elaborate ape* >h ...... ..,' B ,,,-.. 1,,. I, ex 1.,h e. . LV.i-iiii- election. Thli- is nol belli ^fhiVi I &mocrafs. mon "hey argue thal if Sen. towed, VISITING NKW-.IKItsKV I.Ki'ISI.ATOHS. Alban'*'' March U (Special)-The members of the Kcw-Jersey Lexisiature reached here to-night eighty T.rnnir The A-.s-nil.ly a-IJiturn.-l sh-rlly before 10 .ti,' ?r,rl marched to thc station to meet them. They wer"e e-^orted to the L>elevan House, where ar ran-ffe-rnt-ntB had b?w>n made for their entertainment. The cheer provided was such that it !?= probable that ' lt will not b-- lons hcf..rc i!..s Sr.ti- viii ac.iln be hfinorcri hy a visit from the entire Legislature "f another cimmon .v-alth. EUGENE KELLY FOR REGENT. DEMOCRATS NOMINATE Tin: i:\ BANKER TO SUCCEED l.i.-ii"!' U'.NEIRNEY. Alt.anv. March H Tin- Democratic members of tl:-- Lealalature held a caucus 11.i<= sfternoon nml nominated for R<eaent Eugene Kelly, tbe retlr l t.ar.k.-r nf New-York The caucus was held !n executive session anel was calle.i tu ..pi-r by Benator Amass .1. Parker. As semblyman Keenan, "f Rensselaer, a ted si ? retary. Benator McMahon place*] Mr. Kelly "i nomination, a**, r-.i.i-. n an Douglass, of Albany, I nomlnati I James K Traces of Albany. I'pon the first ballot Mr. Tracey receive.) ten votes and Mr. Kelly the remainder. The ne.nniiati.en of Mr. Kelly was tii-n made unanimous, and the caucus ad- I Journed. Those who attended the caucus sa) thal because of the differ, ne-.- thal would h ive a r.i n ii the name of a Catholic pries! had been proposed it was deemed advl&itle to nain- some on not n church official. 'i'll,- election will be held to morrow. U AILIW AD INTERESTS. ERLANGER SYSTEM TRANSFERRED. THU CINCINNATI, HnatlLTON AND DAYTON RE CURES CONTROL a SEW AKRANOKMENT IN LIEU "?' THR RICHMOND TERMINAL OFFER It has heen generally supi ised thal !!.?? \ Baron Erlanger to Nea v.rk was In connection with the i 'h-r. -k. ?? i ? for which he has i.- ? n negotiating. Th.- real object of ii . tl is, how? ever, n ia tran pin l an I w ll es Ite decided ni nnand ii an i railwaj eil The Bal the difflcul f at! to manage an Ai can i-.uir.... i from Europe, and the lisruptlon of ? Tenn sw e system has devolved ni on lim the necessity of forming some new illlance. ll- at fli I : thal the re rgantzatlon by Drexel, Morgan A Co. .:' the Richmond Terminal sj tem, which In the East Ti nnei iee an I tl lari I ? i r.\ Hie r lila iya, might be made to I Cincinnati extension bonds, whl h control ihe Kr langei road ? ff-r to give for ihese I $125 In ne-w- Richmond Terminal prefern I il each bond was absoluti aad ns the modified plan recentlj promulgated leaves oui these bonds sit . the Bs ron was foi ? ?? J to I iok ? where for the pro'i ctlon ol In te rent a in tim he haa been -..,-? nf ul, having f iun I a new un.) powerful partner In the ( nn itl, ' Hamilton and 1 >-?' ton llaliroad, and which he haa entered int > with t that Interest will, ned, be far mon \ ani igeous and list tory to the i I bond i -.1. ,n an) tl il to been pr >? ; to them. The Daron I the i i. ID Corni u | I'nder ll ls arra:., emenl ?? ni u i ls to be forme 1. -\ ? ii: ? same aa that of the < will fore the bond the a ni <>f with sh tr- e-1 jilli .,;?'?. ... n.itl ?-xt A ? ll c.-nt bonds mil ? ? r twent* -tlvi uxtli UAK- I !?-. per -enl of ? 'I . il fli si m> rtg.i lion ls will he in a U[~r. rank next 11 - I i rp I u s re vei f this transact I i elnna value ol t!.s li .*?. iirtty. which vt III b< lmm< lia! ? .. ? - of his present shelli - ? ? ? furtl guaranty of the ni ii-. I 'i ru th the ? ? . ,- . ... ? - ? Hnmiil r-i ? . ? \ ?? . : - - ? ir, the - ? ..... g lt 1 r. ? .. I of thi II Wll 1 be seen I .... - - ... . ?. . . is nt i fli.*t 1 ? nd li i ?:;??; I lon I ? n of Uahima (Jre.it Sou subs! Mary c r pat es, all of a I - - ? i ,-,. i of I Wall st., rei n t: ms i ?-.-.. , ..f x,, -i : Haren i RESIGNING PROM Till-: CENTRAL PACIFIC. s.m Pranclaco, M ireh M.?A paper that C. )' Huntington, H E Huntington Charles Vt. Crockerr hav* ? - ? I from the dlr. I mate of the Central Paetfl purpoee t ? ng i - Intn nch i strong legal po Itl n vt hon hy ? - ith?*n Pacific i ??.-?;. i- . ma) i ? ll llpulat i-i* thai f shall pa) Ihe holder-- I'enti P the annu il * im of ti. This action ti ? ipi - I m I iv. i.n eau the pi it. ? of I ? THE C.. O. AND BOITHWESTERN. Louisville, Ky., March H Ri elvin Ed i i: ... le, of the i ,..,!? ' ? . nd Souths road, this t th. I-'- l.-ral t n li rt I h. I ? ii ? ? rporatlon '.. Ml I',[elllS 391.12 I wi'li bi ? .,:. ! South* ' llsvllle -.. i'. ? ella Jum t i- ri. In 1- ? ? I al a rem lion of pm . ? ? ? ins trackage rluhi over 1 I ni 1 ? . |>1 tn I t of th" Il . - - : I .-/.-?? i ? :. 1 >? ? ..'i I of t' ? ' .- ? DI ! Ti-ptot . |< li llroad. Which exiel I e" ,,,, . ! ? I .OhiO and V ? . . r coaches and ' :? fi -lirhl cnn nt which . ?, ri tr ? ? ? r i ? .bil i Thi receivers their road for .lannarv wm- tlTi.X.ll, ai i ri.j. eratii ex| uses %:.', ?Ai l*. PASSENGER RATES TO BE ADVANCED. Chicago, March V Passenger rf-' from !'? I Will !"? a IVeSJICI 1 e.ll \;a. !. *. .Ul I ,i!l April 15 westbound rate* will follow ault Tl I sail was accomplished yesterda) aftei i long -.11 i..-itt.-ii in- Atchlson, Northwestern and fnl.in PaciHc 1"li.- effect ul the agreemem will Im. to Rend all passenger rates bach to the flgui effect bel ire March I ^ MP.. CACHER fl PERMANENT RECEIVER New-Haven, March BX The app dntmenl e,f .\t tome) Edmund Zacher as temporary receiver of the Kewport Newe and Ml al Ippi v ..il. \ Railroad Company, which was made b) Judge Wheeler In the Superior I'ourt last werti, esme up fur a hear? ing in the sain-- court to-day, and Attorney Eacher wa-- made permanent receivei The road ls per fectly advent lt ha* e-ie.s.-.i nil th< contracts, .mi tne stockholders wish the affairs e.f the company wound np,_ NEW DELAWARE i HUDSON BTOCK AT PAR. The directon nf the Delaware and Hudaon Canal (-..mi.any v.-st.-r-lay decided tee Ismh- fS.000,000 new (tock for sui eriptlon by i>'.nt stockholders at par. The Issue will raise- tha t<>t,-? i capital e.f tho company lo *?'!?.""""'"? The proceeds of tha new atock is in he- reed f'.r retiring t4.M9.O00 i...u.ls ma onsistenl policy eif thi tnrlng next October, Tl.insistent policy e,f ihe compan) in recent vars has i.n m redi. the hor.ded Indebtednes by the use ol nea capital The fixed charges of the- company are- thereby dlmln i-ti.-l and Hie- stal.ilitv -f Income e.n th.- .-t-.-i. it Increased with the po* Ihlllty <.r an enlargement ,,f in- dividend returns The directors e.f the company authorised a ron traci with the Mall Blgnal Compan) fm- Ihe equip menl with ih<- block system of the Delaware and Hudson's lins from .Mi.an>. t.. .' ii .? . READING'S FEBRUARY STATEMENT. Philadelphia, Mar. h 21 The February statei of ih- Philadelphia and Reading it.iiir..ai and Coal and ir.en rotnpnnii nw I .I his afternoon The ^ross receipts by the rallros I compan) were | ni:, aixl gross expenses, lVi'..ni. l-a.i from operating e,f M73.cn, Kel receipts from other sources added t.. the operating profits make the ,,.-,,nts for tbe t-iitir. month ttXl.SM, The total pharges for the meeritii lequipmeni payments, tile, I -,;' terminal trackage, MO.**); Improvements, iso, -11*1' and one-twelfth ..f current year's fixed i hargi I730O0O) aggregate K-37.KG, tims leaving a deHcli f,,r tne'month of WRAW The d-riloU for the fiscal yeal te. .'.it.' (three m->ntii?*i is MM,721, a dei ri aaa ol ? :,; fr.ein the deflcli ..f iii.rrespondlng period <>f the |ir.-vl.Mis Ilse-.il y. ar The yree-- receipts nt th- ?-..ai au.! iron company were tl.1S0,om), au I the irross expenses jr.-,?>?",. (-.-, ,,, , . twelfth nt th- curreni year's nx.-.i ehar.**i*i | |, .| ,., ,!,,. ie.ss from minmi,' makes the deficit r..r the 1 ne .-...men iioteliata ?.' the tim* w?n rivalltas mmch ? ?Uier in Mi# arodactloa ??! andean Hui ? laalcaJ nciion. Vautin. y..ur nea rl-rt-ullnt le. the wh.ii? ^ro? aulhora. Ott Lovell. Corjfii 4 Co. a Qui. l QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE HANK OF AMKR.1CA. en ihe miir.lnit et Tmmroomr, th? 1st day of March. UNI lil'.S' IURCC8. I.e-.etin? an'l tiitrr.,1".-. Icm .lu- from dlreetors.|l4.BC7.761 Bt Ii- fr.m elire.-liem. lfi* i??i '?? Overdrafts . i.BAttt Dui fr rn tru-tt e-,,ropitnl?*i, BtalS an.l NaMun al banks. mc.120 th Rinking house and lot. lnnumnm !'. s. 4 pei cent Pends, due ISM. 1.IWOO0 1 H B i-- -r. (kinds, due WM. r.:..*. 11.-.7 tri Bin ks and Bondi. 1.134.542 .VI . I.5S4,ea I-,-: 1 s. legal tender n< lea and circulating n itas Of Xal . C.017.7.12 00 '' .-'1 ir- i-r'. Jail* an.l checks for th* n<-x d ,v 1 arl ,-,. .H.mr. on :?' Other Items cari I as 1 ash.. CO SOI 00 _.- 4.30MB2 SI ii ie 1 MO. 7M 15 LIABILITIES. '?-i.'i: 11 ?-? paid In ri cash. |3.0no.otl000 Surplus fund. I.floo.o le,| proflta inetl. 0,00133 In- deposit irs ii I..li >wa, viz.: 1 ?? ?;? alta -ni ? ? .$12.70* 717 ",7 Hem .ni .. n lil. .it-s of ?!? posit. 12 .377 3d ? ! . heck!. 1.821 Itt X2 I4.540.SWI S3 lin* trust companl<-a. Stats an.! National . I0.SB2..14.1 20 ? -, check* outstanding. ''"'? ns I'npald ai-. I lend!. 4.710 00 '-" 200,757 IS gtate r-f New-York. Comly of Nsw-Tork, 1 WILLIAM II I-CtlKINs. Il* I lOttX SAOB, ? tani t*aahler, ol the Hunk of Arnot ? ? 1 -? i 11. 1 il ? ? 1 ? I IO V iii ? Itt nf Mew Vork, l:, s.,;,| rounty, bein* III in ? t Hie I ls tn all ? nf tia. pond ' ? (..-mk 1. r ?? 1 ranna n : iuln?-st on 1 f Mill , HIM -.?..? e.f Ms kn'iwlr lp., uni iy that the bu I bank ?: ? ? 1 ,. ?? : ii ? ? 1 ? ' ? ? md nol else ?.. 1.,??... anti thal the uti. ?? r<-| .ri ls in ii-- In 1 mi I . . . . 1 from th? Hui n - ? . Thui i.'. ti,.- itt ? 1 ,?? f v .. ? . 1 ?? ich report shall be nude. WILLIAM 11 I'KRKINS President. .teeii\- s Mit:, ,v tant 1 tiler dei ? ?? .- ih de i' ments, Ihe fill 1.1 Mil l-r-i ti ? ? me, JOHN i'l.VN'N. N ?? ir- Public, Klnga County. \ tl I214.7S7 The def ll of thc fiscal year to date ithre - ? ' 1 '?'. a dei reuse of v.'.."..'. from ponding period ol the pn violin ii -.-il ye ii. NORTHERN PACIFIC FIOURBB PILED. Illlwai .March 2- The receivers of the I ? ,- ll . ?d to-da* tr.. 1 in the ''ni- -l Court a consolidated statement showing tho ons of tin- railroad up t 1 1 leceni ber I, ISM The statement ls in the form nf a rhe 1 h ile of aasets snd liabilities 'oil ws Railroad equipment, lands and branch mads, b ndi of whli h are os 1 ed, K ?? -. con IS :?:?. sundry stocks and b ow ri' I, tnisi n- 1 other accouni per nt In hand and due irusl ? lan l sale -. ?''. . - * ?? : supplli han I ? . hills an i ac ounts n - Ivabh , $6.11 ? - - - 11 1,530 Tl.p| islt<- aide of 1 bal ince she -1 1 - - - r led debts, J! "e.'.-'.;..".ell. ? tu ? : - ? mid 1 a, - ? ? - ti ? ? . : r ;.. !? I !? ta . . i. road If.! I tl.Kit; i ? '. ? ,,*. prutli and I total, $311, value ??' rt.- railroad, ; r and its land .-.-?. e "A" ls . r ? . ; ? ' ? ? r.iiuls anti I of I he branch mads of p. hl< h are ow n -I 1 y the N n ;;,? 1 n ? r -.-? :?:. mak - ? total of $212, .- ?- 1 '. ? 1 $ ?';.'..?> - ? - FEBRUARY .STATEMENT OP THB PENNIYlr \ ANIA i.im:s. Philadelphia, March -- The itatement of the . !? ilroad e for Pebruar; 1 f? .11. >\\ s: All lines esat .... omp in 1 with ' show A di ti of $1,124 :11 . I n(.t < ? ? ? iv ? ?'? compared with Ihe sal v. A dei re 1 ? ? . > . . t ? ? ? ? Pitt li| !?? 1 A dee renae In ? ? \. ..... . ? ? '.?''. I ..... . MRS. V.nil.lt'S ni li ASSOCIATES El.AV. AN EN ' !'- TUB l:-:*.'i:i'!T OF Till ....... I. ikew-oc I, N. J., Mar Pl I t season erer it this s the pli ? ? . . In thi ballr om of the I.-iii - Hoteliu ?; . ? ? \ ? ?-;.-. Society, of Hr-.ki-, rr. in '"The Three Hats." lt was ?? ttl tr Ml * K llth Kli ... . . .. lt ams ? r re< I the mi ... the h i.ak- ? lation. Mr. il ul 1 and Lake w -h| and h ? I bet tl '. Ti rty fu ? ' season and h tal 1 fart t ir tn il tho : i took -rn ? , 1..kt ?? ? I vt hen a min ^rr I en . Mr. Gould 1 num? ber nf tickets \- the ? ; thal an it least 11 :?.- 'ii -r ;-i'i- ?! e.---. I- ? ? ?a.n taken up an I Mr an l Mr. reel into tl Mrs. il t 1,1 kev ?? un ? t thal . ... ".: il dd we i .1 ime one of the | 1 .. 1 : ? 1 rapidly and excite lt as uni nu . and al no lime did Mi afti rr. mn b) a rep Ttl r ..ri I ? I : |e,i? v. :.i :. sin lld 1 ibsurd, lid I ... Shi - il 1 -I- was one ol 1 hi f..in 'ii and aas nol ? 1 ? ri ? 1 hi 1 ?..- lui rn .-a ul ihi I, .!;? wood, which ls on of thi mtry. ? i fur the ???-.? 1-1 >|| A 1 mpatl) '? III- Itl I . e k. ? VV . .. . I MU 111 el I, un ? , ..11 msc the I ':.-. 1 -,. 1 mali lei eil i1-- i-umiiany ? inn here on the express \.-.-. Vnrk at 5 o'i npan) ri ! . -.? ? nlghi si ti-- l.il. won 1 ll .r. 1 and will n 1 . mon ? ?.-. The 1 , ,1 .tji Ih ? -. >l 1 in ad- ince, and a few a h 1 a lite i until th. :.i tm I ' nm lated , hair ? pl 1 ? I In the sides of th- balim -u. The far, . come I* pr- .li -lu. n roo I nm 1- r tl icqi ?'??? 1 thi n... iv. -< n-ith redll .,,1 w< re I iu Hy appl. id ed The . follows ? ? -i.lames J I ?.,- ns I-f 1 l'--l. uni.\ I.nu I ie, ve 1 Blithers.lohn 1 l-wr I'l'e- .M. C. IVl'l,' .-.-I .1 1. r e.,. ,,-..,1 Mi *-' ? iyn .-Me** m 11 1 . HIm Hortei ? 11 ..|, 'li.Ml*' I! lille ? e |. mnell I., nie nillhera.Ml - 'ii ,. ? r Mlss Kellar, ol New-Tork, played the plana (. two 11 the 11 ? CT0WLEDGE Brings comfort and Improvement and trndi tn peraonal enjoyment when rightly used. Tho ninny, who live better than OtLerg, ami enjny life n...re, wltn lase expenditure, by merni promptly adapting the world's best produota to Ibe needs ol physical tx-ini*. will ntteat the tralui tn health of the puta ihiuiil laxative prindples nulli., ed in un. iciiitUy, Hyrup ... Figs, Ita excellence ia due i>i Ita presenting in the form 'i-e.-i aecceptable and pleasant to the tasia tha refit r-iuii> and trulj benefli lal properties ol a perfect laxative; effect! ally cleansing tha sys? tem, dispelling tullis, hemlai li-s anl fi-vvis, m..I permanently curing constipation. lt has given satisfaction te. millions sud mel with the ap? proval of the medical profession because it acta on thc Kidneys, Liver and Bowels wlthi ut weak .?ililli* them, and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Vims ls fur salo by all druggists In Eta, nnei Ji bottles, bul lt ls manufactured by the Callfeirnla Viz Syrup Cu. only, whoas name ls printed in every package, also the nfitne. Syrup of Figs, and belnc well infuriued, you will not accept any substitute if ottered. OPE SING THE SEASON. THE FIRST BASEBALL GAME TO BE PLAYED TO-DAY. GIANTS TO CROSS HATS WITH THK .TASTERS OK MANHATTAN COLLCOg PRACTICB AT THR POLO QROUNDS-e-OTHEM NEWS ?>'??' THU PLATERS. The locnl baseball season will be Started .lt the Polo Grounds to-day, and local enthusiasts are pray? ing f"i- warmer weather. Mr. Ininti, of the \V.'lither Bureau, predicts warm weather and sunshine from on, but dispatches from the Weal indicate an* other cold wave even more severe than that of Monday. The game to-day will begin al 1*30 p. m. and tin- contest will be between the Jasper nine nf Man? hattan College and New-York. Ward dow nu: pro? pose t.e tak- any chances with bis pit.-h.-rs just yet, an l VVeaterveli anl Clark will alternate in the pitcher's box, and Wilson nnd Doyle will el., the ? ?ate-lii-ii; Stafford will have his flrsl u.ai at short stop, The- bani- will I..- made up aa follows; New fork, ' .! isre.-rs. ? -'.e. . ? . VI . I/Nell . i ll ?. .'i '-nil.er Wui I.S,-. md lose.Manning . .,-.?.i: :. - hoi' top. Iii . I..,- i..ii.? \ ni Hahn ri.e - - - - ..,- ::? len '11.-in .r,.Klshl field.M lo The newly or anlzed All-Collegiate baseball team, compose.] of old ????ile-ir" baseball favorites, made Ita ai the Pi , -cl Park par ide ? In a practice game wit h a pick, d ? r il i. I mihi.', formerly '>f th team, tried t'i pitch for the ? il legl.in* and was efl - liv triking out thirteen rn. a. Nicholson, late ..i Kordham, made i bowing ; the bat. Th- All-Colli nar- te un won by u ol il to 2 A lai te ci ... ill i the Pi lo Grounds yt sti r lay re witni is thi New-York players at work. Van illili--.; and Davis reported during th- day, and Itoth lool iularl) good condition. Both b. ? a playing in San Krancisco during the uint-r. Davin weighs iti pounds, and he says thal he can? di! J -.?? n another pound. Westervelt. the new -i. .'.eel up n n. ii ;<?!..-. wi il In piacth*e, hav i -.. ?-! an l ? >? ? ll-nt control of the ball. Worden, an old . ; r, pra Ised with the t. m. Van Haltren Ind an amu - g experience, The rr.!'? rn m. not recognising him, refused al iir<: to ? i- Tl en V ni Ilaltn ri walked on 11 :. ' md hook hands with the pl tyers. Superin? tendent Hell -r.,-1 him, and Informed him tiiit nobeidy waa al ? I i I was I :?? ;. .ri i". ?:.- causi la lUgtl all ar . M ii! lays thal Kelly's t i.k aboul his Allentown Wai I hai P .; April 7, IQ n ! ll. if Kelly rn he say* ii hat he .-. . . ,r,!e in securing a game hen r r ? i-rl. --i.'i-i ists have a new- fad, Some pur eooki -.'.- int i ci ri . .rr se ii in the e-i for ?' leason They t-r..[.i to put ts they want io that ? I . I I*-'**- tiie-rn GEORGETOWN DEFEATS WILLIAMS. Washington. March 9 Georgetown College to doy defated the Williams College nine In ci^ht ln i. gs b; r jo to :?'?. B ?'? ? town . ii '?> ", 2 3 2 o I?20 Williams .0 ? ei :: q 0 :; t>?1*? lirr-.r G ' ??' -wri I"., Williams tl. lia-e-hits - rit-orgetoan IT, Williams 12. Batteries Georgetown, ly, (lenney and Mahoney; Williams, L< - Clarke and Draper. ? THE PRINCETON TEAM BEATEN. i ? ? .: ? h 28 (Spi lal) 11 In "eton was de fe Ute .| ?> . . | | - ? | ? ? , | -. | | . Mi;. ? , -. Hill AthlCtlC Club team of New-York, an aggregation of ball hen !? I by '"Duke" li terbi k. The day ? bitterly col i thal goo i ball playing was |m : ? Th ? h ming ol into ind the i laj lng of Ward, - ?? hortst p were the features ... the Pi rr, eton a ' wi i ki ? ? i bj the absence of . 'i Mackenzie, who has tm! fully recovered. i i etoi.0 0 0 1 ii n 0 0 8? J M irray Hi,l.u 10 0 0 3 0 1 i IO ? ? - yali: BEATEN BY THE MIDDIES. Annapolis, Md., March -? A line game of base it the Naval Academy tii.s afb r noon between Yale ami the naval cadets A Iii ! r v. | braved lng w.r. ls wliie-h Cam* ei - - ir. There was no score until th- sixth when Yale made three runs ni : the i idets ,.- N a Haven boys were blanked in th.- re* malt,ir i There a ia greal enthusiasm when -.-. m tu the nintli Inning. Score Cad -s. 10 -J l-l -, . . I 0 0 0?3 Batt rles [sard and Toxler, Cadets; Gunther and .?..,?.. Yul _ rn NOTES ABOUT TVRF AFFAIRS M my turfmen were terday L'pper Br ... Iwaj looked aa If the I i ng teason wi i ii :' c Cl irk perlntendenl ? 'lub, was warmly COngratU lu, i i.i ms friends, who ire gn itlj pleased st the Mi ? irke to the itlng at ? i election i Mr riarko was Indict* I with th< other off! [als of ; ? : mu ler the I of susi i ? irty to the crimea .- eu.m ? : it ba Ila lek Hei ? ? ition ' - - ?? asked to have i sui tltu ir:, -t would ? the work ol On the i ir. Cl irk- w is the ? (Tidal tim* r al the Lindi n Park races \v lu n the rac ? w aa u e. dly i iken up w uti Hu- affairs of the *. Ional Horse Uh w il I M ' -.-',.? Hard i. a here he ? rln Monti iften -i Mr ? " ir-!;-- hi 1 his i u ith the pre-, eutl >n atl irneys, w ho at one I that he was nol In ani ? iy ir.ous a.-rs of John Y. M K .... ,m 1 lt \ ll New r n. lb- wa I BC Tm lay, In the future it will in- extremely dan? lo a . :. :u ? . atti tl I .1 DOlltl Mr. Clarke reports ever hlng .-i flrat-claas shape at the si-. |e-!i-.|.| Bay track The ateepli I i ? * has bi ? n laid out and the work w . ;? ? ly to i ompletlon. Ar Kai City the wealthy turfmen and lovers ? ef ii,. pori of racing hav.- formed one of the HtronKi i ki I*- J ? lub In the West ii ls called 'h. Wynn, it te A race meeting will begin on M... ti itl Will mi Hitman, nf Hus elly, la to b - mi etlng Mr. i ittui.iii is a . are fill, Irustworth) man. wholly Unprejudiced nnel ? ? tlj to all persons a ho ha* - business dealll ?? With h.in lb possesses Ihe i-onfldem.I ihi i ildl and iii classes ,.i persons who are as ted ?ii!i Hf mu. The u yandotte Jo<"key ? 'ini. la t.e i.ngratulnted uri se-, iring a keen, ? ru. wi. experien .-i starter, wh.e ?e..ii.i rather re? main Idle tl, m wlel i the ila; al trrn ks where crook? ed tu ii. ra'. i|. .1 Hull Davidson has been appoint cl the Western agent of the American Horse Kx change lb- is nail) kn.un to ever) breedw of a thorough bi-i ii, Kentucky, lb was the Ma) ir uf Lex lng r ? a number ??( years a^-.. ind is associated .. leading business ventures In the foremost cit) ol the blue grass belt. His appoin m. ir k aw indication nf the vigorous management lhat is to guide iii- exchange in the future. Mr. I ia-, i I s.ri ls alert and active, be di - being ex ti - iMipu'.ar with lH>th breeders and 1111-f111.*r*. He will tm.... las headquarters ar Ijextturton, and will ar tend I" in- sales to l-- held at I'hlcago, l.ai.im.i .ul .'? ti- r u es tern places, The- cold snap wiii not Interfere erith th.* work of th.- horses al the tracks In it'i- neighborhood Man) e.f th.- horses ar.- being worked up to within a few sharp move* eef i ti.-ir racing . .rn Ir ls like I) ?) ? ihe- majority of them a i race at the ! i\ - ii ?:.-:? ar Wa- hi ns There ls a hitch In the affair of the Ivy City racetrack. ?', Kn Kerna ti, who Ini i a least of the track lasl year, nave up his ie.i-.. when ihs | outlook for racing was gloom) Now that the e-haiie-'-s are extremely favorable, he desires r > r? - gain the lease. Tins he is nm likely i.i el,, unless he pays a Mr. Oleas n. who now holds the paper, a round sum ol money, a*i Gleason N anxious m dispose of ii to the In Mr. Kngeman expended upward of $3,000 on the property, and be? lieve! thal ti'- has been unfair;, treated In the mat? ter li was report' l uptown yesterda) thai racing would b-iui ai Washington on Monday. lr is likely that E. II. Garrison will reconsider ! his determination to became ? great financier an i return to th- sa.bile The i.>? -Vt<?-.- has found out | iliii ii ls extremel) difficult to pick winn.-rs in Wall Btreet, There ls no place for l -' -3 betting In the ?tock market and it is a difficult matter to ap pr ..li th.k.-vs who ride feir the Industrial stables, a short price ls nol s sure Indication thal th- Slee.-k j.-.-k.-'S Mle OUl ber t ll?* m..||.-V. ai the . win beetii ways, un matter whether it is binn -er short. G.irrlsoi knows how it !s himself ten th turf, so t'n.ii he is hkel) to be se-n lu the ss Idle as often as in former iears, M I". Dwyer ls greatly pleased with the appear of his heir.-, s. especially Don Alieii7.ee, whet bas Improved in appearance beyond Mr. Dwyer*s e\ p.. tatlons. The great plunger has a wholesome re gunl for Sir Walter, the little- giant "f Jerome I'.irk. who is ..tu- eif ihe truest horses on the turf, In his opinion. iii,, regular monthly meeting of the Coney Island juc-kc) ii ii Kxecutlve Committees was held al the rooms of Hie- .be key ? 'lub ? esterday. It is sahl that races for half-bred h.>rs.-- are likely te. !>?* offered by the club. American pedigrees ar- vague enough now through the slipshoel methods of the breed? ers, set thal nn\ recognition of mongrel breeding by anv of ihe regular lockey .-lui.- i- a step backward and opens the 'lemr tee fraud by the- means nf falaa le. iiirr--. a and descriptions. Routine bustness was i.II lint was transa.t-"! al the meeting yesterday. ._ -^ Till'. LINCOLN Sl'HINO MK KT IND Lon.lon. March 28. -The race for the I'.atthyany Plata (handicap) of Ml sovertlgaa, for three-year olds aad upward, at the Lincoln spring meeting to? day was won by Arthur James'a Dirk it**.--.-? Wk! b ( ll->..-i> j <s Goodie's Visit to Carlsbad. Then is do doubt that tbe life of the <:ro;it poet "'.is greatly prolonged by drinking the waters of the Spradel ?Spring. In ma' <i;iy ire bave the Sprit-del Spring brought to ns in tho lorin ot* Knit, which is obtained by evaporation from the wat its of Carls? bad. Thc CARLSBAD SPRUDEL SALT (powder form) is in no souse a mere purgative, l>nt i> an alterative and eliminative remedy which dissolves tenacious bile, allays irritation and removes obstruction by aiding nature. lr acts soothingly and without pain. Beware id imitations, rhe genuine article lias tin* signature ot* BISXEB & MEXDELSO.N <<>., soli! agents, New Hork, on every bottle. Pam? phlets mailed free upon application. Price per hot tlc 81.00; large --i/i* sl..">0. AH We Ask is a chance to show von how ar.<l why VICTOR BICYCLES are bcr-t for v ini use. The '94 Victon are bristling with ?ood features. Come in and see them liri-t!e a little while, and if we ilon't convince you of their superiority don't spend .1 dollar with us. Our catalog tells about them and we mail it free, but if you '.it', spare us g few minutes of your valuable time we can give you a much better idea of the goods than you can get fr. un cold insensate type. We hope to bee you. OVERMAN WHEEL CO., Staaten of Victor Illo* clea. New York Branch, 23 Warren St. miumm The Original sod Genuine tVVORGESTER3H3RE) h^^i)^Mlcm\kM SAUCE Impart* UM B >'? ' EXTRA! T ora I KTTKH fri m a MEDICAL CES. Tl.I.MAN ai Mad? ras, fe. hia len-itii?T nt WORCESTKR, Mav, iv" 1. ?Tf-ll ir a <t perrin.*. fl .it their * m.-- ls htirlily esteemed In luella, and Ism 1 iv -.. tbe m -t I'?;at:ii le, hs rn 1 ?? I....-* (Thole. ion ?? mum tint, is luaile." d ll ?' ?!-. taste and zest to ^ *? SO IPS, GRAVIES, FISH, HOT Ac COLD *?~~? .-"irATs, f" ,.-;? jj fi A.tie, |t"lJF<H-} WELSH "'?? RAREBITS, Ac. Ec ware of Imitations; sec that vou get Lea & Perrins? <^^ :2>u^ ?!,?-i.irtirf on pverv bottle nf r' ?.mi:ini tn Iprmilna JOHN DUN I A >**". sov*. NKW YORK. WORCESTER SALT Docs Not l>,'runic Lumpy. YAN GAASBEEK k ARKELL^ Baelaalaa iieniers lu ORIENTAL RUSS and CARPETS, ?938 IIROADU v\. m:h-v(iuk. "THERE are 10.000 families in ami near Ww York who buy the LADIES1 HOME JOURNAL. More than 700,000 1 ?piei 10W through? out the country, each issue, ia cities and the larger iowa*.. yearn). Mr. Vyner*! Barberry 1 igcd) araa ??.??'"ontA, and Mr. Rubina's Godwlt tala \--.ir-ei was thlrel. The Brocklesby Stakes, .e: Suo soverelgna, added tu a sweepstakes eef io sovereigns each, tor two-yeat olda, u.i-t aron by billa Tweed, K.iina was second and Levi bub a/as third. The Chaplin Stakes, of BB Bortroigns, tor three year-olda that had nol aron .1 r.i.--- valued at 5110 sovorcigna winning penalties and malden allowaaeega ur ..ne. inii... -.\u.-i vron by Vf. R Marshall's iiangoa. Brett's Hettli Horrel araa second and i-ord Elle.? mere's Bolt, n in.is thit.i. FIFTY-TWO TROTTIXO HOUSES SOLD. Tho salt* of trottlnK horses at tlie American Insti? tute Hui;.nut' w.is continued yesterday, Mfty-two he rn 1 going tor ? slightly leiw.-r average than on Tuesday. To-day about slaty head will he sold, among them being miry suitable for either l.reed Ing purpoaea ..r road tue, The tweaty-flva budlMl .en from < 'a ll f. ern iii arrived yesterday in good shape. They are the propert) .>f such ereU-knoarn iir-p-*i>?re aa E. I Travis. .M.>!.r-.- Salisbury, H. t.. Thormetn anil Samuel ?', irriiei.-. These tvlll be >"l.i "n Friday morning. Below la ti i>.irriai Hat of yeaterdajTa .S.ll.-s -ISIS liiii. v.ireit*. br m. IMA iv Harry flay Trn-ibl-? ?-m.-. bj M< longor Durne; li S. \v. il*. J.rsry in.. . WlnrVl.l cl IMMl ' H . i,-. Mountain v. mi? ff.I b- Daniel Lambert: R Bat-ell, Oreal Har? rington Vi. 210 Km. m ?;; ? -. .I. f. i-nu. hv Aiei.iititii Wilkes K ? i-i" b) Rtchwuod i Billings, Jmey City. .. 820 - . HOI. : i hilti nhl nt Kinny w wi I. ? noi T > ? \. .1 H ur ,-l-v. ... X10 V. .in nz.i. I., i l-'H. by Pledmnnt- Rachel, by Kl.-. :: I I .1. I.. 1. 330 A Mal la. I. a.. ISSI, bj -Yilki* rollins .l-s-n.'iln- by ?Vu I's Hui i l i.m.m. T. S. Willer... Flushing. I, 1. J,.hn I-" . b .100 HBO. i.v \ .euim Vt.' 1 . ? .lam f. I. le I.v lliriim ll ; .;. J Jardine, Cit). 320 T Hal f .:? ??-' l - ? il A-.-rux- f-.r .-ii. h. *7 ?5 . $1.11 For biliousness and all other con? ditions resulting from constipation,; go by the book on Beecham's pills. Hooks free, pills 25c. At drug stores; or write to B. F. Allen Qon, 3u'5 Canal st., New York.