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<ftr cs ?> sa iv st / \S?aR _CT#e?T Et AWi ?*__??? 77A._:v.a?_?)j;y'i_-_*iJ LH H V _. R nrri n - S-s-l DDDDDpaDDDDDULU [ CQZX 1 ? ? ', g*^Ai*V-? *tsB_4_>aVr*a mn 1/ DBS y__QL u Rr UL n UL1 DI iri u D ii i_ u DODD iTaaci" rc _ a ir? .A S 1 \s. * ALA-A^l \ f*-* * I- -' ? .. _? rr-?m\ EDI 001 ly "i'JJUULO 1DD3 Fl I. /' -.ar-. -m 'A \' i Side of New=York City. JUUUULIJULIIJUUUUUUiiuuumyuDji^ _?*_? innnnniif-M' Pronerty own. rs and I f the norm 'mdeiV.-* been a g.**! deal perturbed of I 'the rt:,Tr\- conflicting rum | po** i stn ?? car ext. ,'islons In th it Bection of the city. All ?worts of report* have been ,--' itfated dnrli sr thi [?fat few weeka, One was that the Ol ? ?"ley lin.-s were to be pla ed in an iii; ober of streets to connaeot arith tho*, already built .Another was that the Third \ ? mpany Inuitlaiipla li il Important exten* t the! 'cable road to the City Hall. *i- '??! t ? .possible branching out In all d >m its new Coiumbua and lexington Avt-n ie Cal i_f the Metropolitan T nnpany. All ?was known, however, wa ?lAven'.i,* Company, one ? :' the Tl leas,-1 llneavhad been direct* ! by the : -tflernit-n to bu.. 1 on Leiu>x av.. In a :c ?:?: in ? "<he stipulations of ita cl irt lo the Harlem River, and that I ?? nu company ba 1 appl ed fnr a frail tension from 116th st. n irtl av. and Broadway t ? the .,: After several (*o_raltatiot_ aome of the leading j.r->i^?r:> i.wncrs decided to make an efl obtain definite taft rmatlon upop the i ? ?ilrected their emus. 1. Mr. Jamea \. Di ring, of 3'Xad Bt. and Riv. rsi,!.- Dtive, to Tike such hs might be necessary. the lower part Of the oliy and Broadway vi i the west rMe wera Cjoosldered moat desirable Mr, j ..iring eommunloated with th-- Tra j.ariy, asking for an immolate oonferi Th? reqneM was rraated rand tha ?"??.rn.e waa held on Thursday, at ti-.-- Cable Building. Mr. Crlmmins and Mr. Vreeland w.t.. present on *r."*)half "f the on,;,any. and among those repre MBtlag the property owners were Cyrus Clark, president of the West Bide Aaaoclation* Jamee ,... , -? of I firm; J. Ro? me. J ll T. 1 Iso "1 l iy km in, ",". Morl lt. .1 Hi- I, t, P, A . . . Mr. I'm: * of thi ' .-??:? i- i Mr. C replied that thei ? ' ? prop* i B ari ? tl ratnst the aa t Hie i ownei i, If':, thi 'i j ? th- Intel lent ? ? I ? The l Ihe i ha I been and l. ningi n aa e ' ' thus liegun to Its I ; ?-? he had relating . I II alow for suburban work .' ? ? ' , In ? ? l ? Ti ' ? I ll.>ard. ? ? * | ' I ' Ml ! ? iii ir* Inning tl Thin ; UL i~~in ul. flu -" 1 y ? i . '_ / j. - _f ? ii.i,I been in bu appr ?. ? '1 ll ? ? I : ll a fal i I inj would '? bull I U ' af r Mi Crt i . ? i is. ? : l ?i ? ' i dlatin.t | ' ? i ; ? - "It lived, '!'-. ? - - .. i 11. i.. i Kll ? I.lge. I 111 a 11 I llH ? a lisp itch; ? ? ;, ,v,- r used ! ?? Mr. Crin for the Tra ,-.? tl ?? applli ati' ti ?uggi Bted at an ; lal i. anted ll va III !"? of the gn ? ' ii ? to tl.? nortl i.-v-ompanylng map Bhowa th- extensions i nf construction, ?*?? Uh whi Hi th.* i H 116th Bt, ai: I 'i ? , ? ? ? av., ontlnuli - Nichols i aa*, and Kings I to Kl Hull ? the meeting Mr. Crt mi iii s, i ri iv up I. the subject, in:.- ted with | il -h ai-- practically owned \i . ; tai Ti ' ' about . ? . . i time ta ,, . i: \ ownei lt) represented ed here t- >- la j. * Ion red : . ni ik-- myself ? "Al ? reage of the island : in | !'?:?? ?!, -tan. ?? ? Ige ls, approximately, : if the sltu.i i every r insider iilon that . , tentative com? 's, and I statement of whit ? Metmpolli in Tra. ? ? i i :: in Hi- ??\..iit ,.f th-- pe tple directly iu.-*tlng the company to extend irs lt) referred t" ls , ? r< W month's ii did ii"t app< 'i \|.-' - any other . i-i it ure Into n terrll >rj that ia upon, lt'ir now thai tba mat* : - - -? 1 and one <? impany h i ' - obtain I :' ? ? build rallr .j.ls through this are fe. mplimented ? | issistance "lt ls not repeat what has ' i have Jua* n ad ? ra h ir . iirre I at th, tceptlon?that the rxpree '-.-. baa ai nder way i i that ij pear i-..-!.- r i ? tlemen present com - whi h could !"? *) Btem, noting the g the lum i"" of Kings* ? taite) v, ina Kit's' I he Impossible t" irea "ii any bly put into ? We a r to go fora ard with thi foluntar) aaalat ? . ire the t A mlttees of the n. and uesl epee iv- a ,: Ilr:-..* to tinda - : ? nacl which .. nri| li te l the Buccessful ? I h ive to be a lld ,' : the iii!:!-" ,,?? ?_, and they ? ? . tl.a a for* i within the . ri of. "A tl ? ?, upon which ? ?: ? i| ?. ? i wh ttenda over ? and ll la this site th il t i i ited al the time of the dla r ' ib tl ... b< advan tageo ted in ***ow-York, hav* i'h!ch ll ig* and ? Harlem River. It ls to ?Jay practically Ina ile, as wo are ad\ir*_ and ll would take longer to rea i Inwood taaafi rn iuld to travel thirty mlle* by any of the trunk ind ferrie* tha: leave the rlty. a railroad built up m tba rowle* whi h are r-p ken of will 'I velop property and open np i<, th,, peopj-, W(*w they have i ?: Becking wi*.hln the cite limits or In that part ' New-Yr'-k this side of the Harlem Hive*. Th* land hw salubrious aurroundlnga, ls cheap :n price tad economical to build up m "The exacting condltl na of the ^uMing lawa required by the cltj of N\w Vi, 'l', nat reach to Ibis s.lon, and fran, and I .s;rh brick m.iv I,,- constructed I alan be?a noted thai peoph would Ivutaaai that any resilient c,* New . ity proper would poasi s*-. Buch i b i advent ins* cf th* Behool ayatem, water aystem, :n tlnt?*nance et * :?? >t* ind polii e and li'" ai i "I think I can say 1 hat they appreclati the fad thil bu id mltht n ? be pri fi-.il.:. for son li ..? ukea im., consideration thal er tins entlr* line, from Klngsl - I try, would ba but five centa Bul they take bread viewi in buflinee* and hiv,* every confider) * Iii th* fa. mic of th.* city i" make thia invesiment. fe", lng aasured thai tha ?ei . ? that would b<- ri. foi led these ly s^ttla ?i the lai i an i will . ,-ease *j populatd ii within if-" it the p*. .ming fr m esta) I honing wftl tully repay them for th.itlay ai ! ultima Hil produce a remunerative In - ling of the advantage* which would ar* i ru., to resident-* from thea* proj .-ard extca* dons, !"? sldent Vp ? "A careful atud) ol ipi wing .-x'.sring llcati what an advantage Buen extei : '*or.nec* rl'.ns with, th* pn -? i -lt O0e> trolled by rh,- Metropolitan T * -. ? ? '?-?mpany win be to the resident* of i - ? irth Urie, wh* nt hav* ii" dil .tn^atloa for a clnirl.- ' part of tl | l.'.'dh sire. t. With these eaten* I ll will bt possit) - north aid ? - ive! from that sa--ri in bj 'I-,-- ;i n pxtenel ? - and by rhe Columbus avenue extension of the Hrnadway cable road via Broadway, ' r bj the 116th atna*. toad, via Lexlngtoa-av* ai di ttl Ferry for o Bingle fare Thi* will jrlv" com .-i ,n with l>.>t 11 tl -.-?>? the lt) "With an Improv. I s'ich as lt I*- iip posed t with th.* estating r -si len,-a* ti shopping nr I, ;--.?s - ?*? city v4 ni be qui 'ker a ? offered existing linea lt ls prop-** I by th* i y t*> equip these new lin - i* wei', as th* i reai nt Broadway Hoe, and i ? ifer avery fadl* Ity for rhe , anf .rr . f passengers. "Under (h>* present condition! of tmara! on Broadway, a narrow ?str-*-i-- practically th* only of vehicle n the Bstrery ? has. wir. ea pottlb'.* to reduce very materially tha running time over that of the . ld boras cara. i' I horth, with broad avenues, Iii tad Mfr - v I- Ba !'!.,? K::.-. B**B*1 t* operate th* cara at thi * ' dh) tad thus ii Witi ?ti underground electric poa >r, ?? r. .t limit the sp,., l of the ira I l's cable, much more latitude is >xre?ta facilitlea are often i for un." "How b *.n do y "i ? x; build tat the undera - BtemT 'As soon aa we are legally In a ;> Bltlon to da BO w-.rk will I.wi":,-- . ' ?rw?i*4 fo corni letl ii as rai ld It will take ! 'i.i:'-:- than to I ry street r.iii- sad, !?? auae - n under kt iund b< stem ia quit npllcatel and r?equlres qulti nstruc tton of a eable road With th. exp by a larg.- amount ii.'!i. and with an efficiently train Kin, i-s and workmen, work will pr red with a* ? ipi 1 ty as h:us been nol i.; In th* construi tlon of thi ; Le^15*** ton-eve linea " "Have you decide I what ' ??? m*"* the t'St UDOn?" "No, lt has n il I.ii po* ' : b'Jt,, shall try it upon ons of the upt ??. ivenuea ?if you obtain a franchise t ? Ki .rsbridi?Mer long will it take you to eon pb ?? ? "Ii would have to be thin twa years, and we ahoul! I ? ? P*y ? ,ar?J* forf.-it in rh,* event "f our I ?** ?* canst ruction to its ncrtiiern limit within tha* time." COAL SUPPLIES RUNNING LOW. BERIOUS RESULTS OP THE SCARCITY OF FUEL. MOKE FACTORIES fOltCBD T" SHIT DOWN '.I Ual WORKS CUMBO AND CJTIKS THR1 WITH DARKNESS AND A WATER FAMINE St. IxjuIs, May I.?A serlona Conditi a of ? aconfronts the trtreet railway officials >ut a result of the cooa mirars' :=:rlk)*. The pr.-s-nt supply of Coal _,t the different railway power-houses will .-. more than two a*aka and when lt electric cars will have to be abarnVon.d and burr.* cars aubstituta*!. Many factories are prepar close on account of therr InaMMty io get coal, and lt 1* fear**! that thotJ-san'l* of employ *. irlll h.- thrown out of work. The railways in this raelghborbotl .1". tronsMeri'iK thc atlBlaalillUy of wrtbdrawitig freight trains from their lines, as the running low. A summary of thc m!n*s shut down In this r. (doa ebows ... out of work. A prontaant 1 unless the coal strike en.ls within two weel ? cky wm aaperleao* a ooai tan 1 ?? a ever been known. Alton, 111.. May 5. Tiie eos! fe*mtne haa r.-achs-d thia city. The minis at li main source of supply here, and they wera .*?!.;!: 'I-- ? Thursday, :? :,ce of wh, tories of th* Illinois Olaaa Woeka wen If the situaikni da-es it ni,-ni the satire plant aili Toe oompelleil to close, and the local flouring n,llls will have to d-> i.kcwise on Monday. Tr., mines at North Alton and Kostcrburg are DOW th* only source of supply. Ill oom in Ki, 1 1. ,. May f>.?it I. aald thal tai bined coal dial*!** of the city will n?t have I'K. ton* of cml tj-u'.ght. Th- miners before quitting work yes'erday v-nt up ab',it two lum Ired t ms, which haa nearly all been cit) water works and electric lltfht pla plants have 00 m*.re coal than enough lo nm f *r ;?:! days. The electric light wi.', bi .-hut ..ff until -i:e ?tr.k" is over, natl reductions in thc water supply will be BBS****- The other electric light plants a.-. 1 th, gas factory have very little coal, not mor.- thar, enough r,> run a week. The city railway company has enough for ten lay* only. Danville. 111., May '.. lt ls tmpo*?l!,;- to buy a pound of coal here Leyi nd what i-* ahead) ? i for deliver) The Ka* and electric lu-!,' works are burning wood, and the Buppl) ? Irani long, When !? li exha lated I , mu will be oblig.-d U> shut down, Th.s means ihe stopping of the slectrle snr.et railway*. Decatur, 111., Mm)- 5-The c?al miners here to the number of IU" qdit work at (soon yesterday. They haul no grievance attain*' thc kseal operators, but struck out ,,f sympathy for rh" miners at Sprfh_ fleld and I'ana. Many mai.'ifacturer'i h-re are en? tirely on* >f coal, anl If the sirlke should coi few a w<-k or two lt will cause a great deal <.r trouble The miners say that coal will b-j furnished to th* water works. Central City. VT, Va.. May 6.?The glass works, after a successful run of rwo weeks, are com? pelled to "top operation* on account of th* scarcity a.f coal. The (in--- veil] b* am ,-h? .-? I kept li .?.:,. ml the I pa ssa La Halie, III., Ma) 6. The ? ? -i ha r.iira ra j .- lay, ai thi V !???!. I *. Workers ??' An. .,f the min. - in Ihi* tx Ina woi i<' tl. Ohio, May S.?On I . . ;. :. : i ? i ? ? :*.wn this ? k nil ? mi Bl el ;? ililli don'i fo tl Ifl -ir pi nington. Ill Ma; miners of Ihe Mci*) si i Coal < tl rd.iv. and I- . In :? ,r lance ol (he resolution a lopti t by them Thursday night and up n ihi ndvlce nf tl,, fron ' ? ? haft ai ' ''jifax. (his a , ,, working mil Montg unery, a1,. . M 11 '? Tl ? : t the n tri] i ?? plete In I hi : m. . :,.?' |i i bs bl. will be it. ; . ; i oul The Wlnnlfr, : ? i i sr 'rh. but i of ih"- mini the; v. Ill, r . Ii I* t.. ii, v. i that If Ihi i- il arion would ? , ou( th. dara''.rs )?>.- io a man : ir down, strike or rro sirdr--. and walt ? i fon ?? I.- ttl r j" ic< -. ma k- j . I -. open m., i ? ? ier 11 ice* Pp ?>. lent McBride I exp. I h. ri Ipsburg, Penn . May " An attempt resun.pera! eat i-"!::- rh i on tl .? ? ? i< r , ,d. hm ? on ace iuni of Inabilll y to gi ma.;., to ions, 'it !.. j;., to writ iii, I al thi nd week of ? - ? , r, (ha: : 'leech Creek di) Itri. '- cor.tln ? The mi!,, rs appeal ',. )..* as nrm as ever, ..... I ar. nd .-or,fi renee a 111 ? lorstloi I tl I rate* I. ?.oe Will liol b.- i--' ? I ? di nm tr mole ls anticipate,] In ih* thi oi eratora nndert I rt I mine* . - ar.i- of them ti-: in ?rd- r i : ll r -? Tin: wita vin:s' BTRIKH AT f,< >*,? ku.. Lowell, Masa, May a. Ths pr*Mldenl ? ' ll ? ! of Lowell Ingrain Carpel Wi iver* Bald I hs member* who left work , nol return, un! thal they would hold no lalroi ? work np snthuslassn. They are rsrell organ . ui-r>- getting only aboul sa a areek oul ' ? air woti:. and came ro the ranon* i >n thai i might as well not work at all Th* Brassall lag nnd part ot the aplanlng departmenta of lb* carpel milla con!Inn* !?? run. Tha Bru - can be ka-p> in motion Indefinitely if th* m u che is* lo boy y i The striker* al itott's mills hav,- had a confer ? ?? h Major C \ Ri itt, th, m maa ?h,r lt waa Impossible to a IvaTncc wagra at present, but If there was any Inequality or ui fa1'-'?i between li --"-r:r and fl -he would t?' glsd ' ? eorreci ll In (Faulkner* I ihutdown of a week, beginning on Mond o.Ni: THOUSAND IDI*1 hiuck.Makkks ? Kingston, N". v.. Msy I (Siaeclsl).?The strikin? brick laborers are siill out, and they n-iw number stoat one thenaand mea and boya There bille pr'Sp.---' of any Bapeedl BStUeaaent This after? noon a larne body of tba strikers marched into (lie elly from East Klngstorf *nd ?-'-med bent on mak? ing a demonstration, hu: so far no disturbance has occurred, though many are becoming Intoxicated ? lo o| ? fr .rn - ? I ? ! RIPE POR PIC.IITIXf, I". Till COKE KEOION. 1 ?i.i.d n. |f the Btrikars ai, I ? ? ? Paul ii.'ik' I nail to ih m< n to i on.ul .\ . i io- si I ,k, i - ihi ri be rec of ? ? i thi I- rt Hil), Haine) and N( . abl r lo collect n , and they : . ' . : : charg* '.ooh the m. ii an i the li. ? ? . ko ..f Hi, loyer plant ot th, . ' Timpani ... ri kept ru i ? men going out |n-s '?? i th mob ?ni,-h had i- ? ai ! Moy. i f??i two di n :-, i "f n 'iii.fi.'-. to Bcoitdaii. (he of l :,? rn rkni* ri Hine* with Ihe Moyer to coi i iii, . So sue, , ?!,, time ? uni* thli m lng f'.r the men to go to w,,tk not one rei nked. If the Van t mob entire rei will be i but a he "i,!i aaln made 1 11 . 'arm ; I lunbai Pui nan Con wan tired un lill* ttl i aboul h ilf ? Pul mt iwn, T'lin , Ma) ?'? Sheriff Wilhelm i no -i ibl. tTr.lt rnoi lins in) .- h. re In (he n bul leputlei il lemand. the Italni) l< putlea un ? -: hi ? .rn ic ??? i ;?'? : ir Dui h ir, also announce tbal thi ya tari on Mon I A ni.i-- o'- I haa been i ill".! for lo-i "1'V. afternoon In Mountain View Park, !'n n. which .vin i. attend! I bj all th.- strtk* Hil* Mit of ile region, .iri'l I,,- addressed by . i . .??? t ?.' eohi pl mm w..re arl** Itel !,y the -arr;'-- nt 'h.- nan.H.-. out "f the tool* to stop the ? nina ' coil for uss under ii it t MAXIMO Af*?ll POR THB COKI OPERATORS. New-ITav. n, May The MartiN Arms t'nm pnnv, of this city >??*? trday r-rely-d another large Ord) r for arm., fr,rn parties In thc coke regl ans of Western P*nnsy.vsn a. This La the third order re .. ii- I from thal r ti ?bilged to ri hirsi hands, has rmunn I runnlna on full tim.*. SURPRISES l'"i: l*HK BTRlKERS ?ll!'.. I ?.,:?!.' i\ i . ? ? rilK UltKAT H ll" INTKRRI rill' U III, -llt\ I- '-. M lld. i i: !??:. i --?' Paul, Mil i. . May ?? Utan . i, th. i North. I n -tr Ike la ai Hied the I hort td ? done with I hi men a ho fered wirti il,.- paasag* nf mail (raina, In Ihe ' .,f , I,,).d si.,1 Marshal Ra iboul tit iv ir th* arr. I ? em ? -a hit h a ill b.rved ll I poa ? hal ? i"- men i n li i tl i res and nf the court Iher. by. Ilf the (went) Ova men an Bled si ? \ pt two have given ball arni gone i nw The. bd i hui i oa er to i ha June term of ta* United (-"tates Dist iii i ?-...?it Bl Cloud, M.mi. Mi-. .'? Au or I-i !, i ? heel re .elva : from 'ian. ral Manager Ca of (hi ?;???? Northern, thal in Injurl psi * property, ah in.lonlng I between lailoi and a llftill) impertlllna the ,Idlna In the late *trike ? houl i bi allowed :?? c. io work until (hell I been thoroughl) Inveatlgated, bul the real of the men mlghi return to word without prejudice, The men ii r ?? '1 bera ?-ere so nee hui la hen the ord. i waa bull, to ? a lr ha>l i- ? ? undei 1.1 th ,r ll il.ld men wi re t.ik.-n bm k a lihou! . i ike, N I *. Il ??? IT CHI* 'ns ai li- lilroad ? d in i night it ? .., lock and ahowed ? ,: against t'nlte I Btati for ins action during Ihe ?;?. ii Northern strike hy firs! hangina and then burning him in . Agv. Betwei,-. MO mid ? > mi n wep pres) nt T<i lilly StTFFF.KF.BS XX tlEEF.CE. To the K lltor of Th* Trih me. sir- in view ol ti,.- *evere Buffering caused hy ihe i in ii ? ? In ? lr.-.?????. n subscription list has taren opened .it thia for the relief ,,; th* suffern i I aili feel greatly Indebted to you if von will help tala charity by kindly publishing thi*. appeal - All contributions will ne gratefully received, duly acknowledged in the papers and promptly for? warded to Alhena l> N BOTAHHI, Cnnaul-Oeneral of Greece Mo, :.'. South Willlam-et., Wea York, May ... ism. 4 qrick tuxxBB seeteb tx capavlea Prom The Detroit Tribune in ibis 'hi*- of trulck lunches, the report thal an eminent sp lallat hss Invented th" "dinner capsule" will com- with a fd ling of ...:, ?( ictlon to worked people who cai rd or think cannot lake I im* lo - * i a decani meal Th-- Boheme li I ? rxtr tot tl food principle* out ol put thi ni up in c ipaule form, and thui make li i isslble fi i ,i business man io sat ? s,v ii-, mr dinner wltaout pauaing from his ;a!)ora. Ons eaaeula contain* soup extract* Another capelli* holds seater extracts Another hold* rons! href extracts Another hohls fruit ex? tract*. Still ano(her contains dessert extract* There ls another that contains?la ll a toothpick or a clarar extract? We ai -- oil the mg* ri i ks m i.ri hid m ki 11 r. HEN Ul IVItn PROPOSES BBNIMNO HIS ?UtMV" ,:: DEM M"I.m:s R1VKB OM H.\ I H 'AI'S Des M Iowa, Ms) ?"? -V scheme is on foot to turn ? ? Kell) '? " irmy" Into a ai i .ni it down ta* De* Moines River !, Keokuk on i 0 ti.ni"..ats to be constructed at ? ri.,- s aa broach* I last night b ';?:,,! ,' i ': Weaver, He aay* the total cost sill i, ,i I,,- over ' i's c.,nd i?. thrown to> ? in a .iii- i s, and th,* "nav) ' started on lt- trip 'ilia would give thc people at Ottumwa and other places on thc river the pleaaur* of feed* iru- ihe crowd, Th" l-'i bouts are to contain ten ? I "Coi. lore" Kelly and "Rear \ i I . ,k,-i ara- to have th>- ll'*' '.on I ' 'amp K< ni I In the ? I', ii,, preset) e of the army is practical!) Ignored, mina ni) ?hop the nulsen*' Committee provided an abundance of j.r... isl, ns to last until -itu hu morning mil ih. men wer* well fed. Th? \ i< mt I) i oi.."ii!?'.* I*, walting !..!.?? ... ? .... ? from * teneral Kelly rh.-ii proposition in furnish flatboats, Kell) i- much taken with iii'- idea, hut som* of his n th,- plsn . iuin. rlcal, recruits h.no outnumbered thc deserter* sin,-,, th, arrival "f rh,- army in Des Moines, and 1,316 in. ii dt)ew ration* to ila) ? *> - SWEETLAND NEARING NEW-YORK. Norw'iii. Conn., Miy .'.. Cosey'* Mi ,f the Commonweal .army arrived bera from Bridgeport lit" thia afternoon, under cora* :n md ,.f Captain Hweetiand, fifty-one str ang. Lieu* tenant Patrick ?'"imor* Immediately began prepara ?lterlna tn* aggregation. They will sleep t i: -i iirajc ham ,.n ihe Blamford turnpike, r - sven I na Captain Hweetiand lectured to thc Knight* "f l.abor in Anon Hill To-morrow morn airny will march to Pori Cheater, seventeen int, where thei hav* i sped il Invitation - I, rn initiation awaits them. MOVEMENTS OF COXBT AUM1KS. Hobart, Int. May I. "Oeneral" Randall anl his arm) of Commonwealer* bs l \ good breakfast of hr..il. m. it and coffee this morning, aril after a llirouah th.. Blreetl of th., village, star'.-! ... o'clock on their iwelve-mt'.e march to Flint Lake, three mllea north of Valparaiso, when* tiie .univ w.i remain over Sunday. Ai ihat point the anni will receive 508 loaves of bread, fiOO pounds of meal and i iffee fr un Valparaiso, f,,r having con? sented to go around Instead of through the city. Fi ..ii Flin! Lake the army arl!) atari Monday morn* i Westville, and thence proceed to l<a Porte. Hui. Trenton. 111., May .'? "Oenergl" Morris >n and lil* 00 p.xeylte* reached hen . ct evening. Nol a maa ts .s allowed ' ' bn 'k ranks luria* nie march from i. i I.. ? ributed supper, and after , hearty i,r,-.ikr., I ? i Ding tba army left her* for Carlia!*, i? ent i mil** teat, Homestead, :- ,i, M i\ :, In nie camp of "Colo? ur." flalvln'* ('oitimonweal Army this nv rn lng ther* was a Youri martial" of thren sold lars who brok* through thc lin.* last n:<ht and visits*] xhe town. "Lieutenant-Colonel" Woods was the chairman, and ? iitulns of the seven companies w*re thc jury. One of the culprits proved possession of proper cre? dentials. The other two were sentenced to extra guard duty. Fresh rn lt,J ? toSS* cheese, bread au-l cottee rn ... this morning. Abundsnteupi ??l? three days Thc rest Of thc mom "? w" *rtol* the men In washing their clo "JJ A Urge sift of shoe, was r to the "soldiers" thi*. mornlnti The ? re * by Homestead lealer* To-night .. TC was held near the camp A - Ire**. -- ;.....;_** nel" Galvin anl Popttli*! Isadtr* s.'.en*"* Prye and Caraey._ NEW-YORK WELL RID OP COMMONWEAL!!* The New-Cnglaad cris of the Coxei ''"** tumbled our of bed at th- In i ..-trial Haadn-J"* No IO BaM Tetith-st , y.-si. r la) morning. *n tbey wer.- taking th.dr morning hath* ?'?_,__ to one another genially. "On te W ashing*** ' eral" PKsgerald murmured th* Bama scnti-nen and ?., did M. I. Swift. . At I'* o'clock Hie con-.; I J WMt marebed through tha ttoroughfsre* to ?* Twenty-thtrd-st ferry. Pltsgera ' erslk. 1st* band Of the column, and "H ?'? ?"" " They died complacently aloin,- "ii fl air tte*****' r.?.-h..I the ferry, only o lind tha*. rh;* ??,?. *.-r.- by tbe Pennsylysnla f*?? * . . J ?,,?? annoyed, bill still Btronj . ? ^ tingerit toddled down Elev. j.r. hroaae**Bt. ferry, whi no the) rn I - ??? !",-m .ism. rh -.. \Jt% mu wa* granted ma local labor I iden raj h4IB> '? "Le S^ches^nd ,3 d',': ,'iN" AlT.irnll.ii. H rh"- flg w.is held, and th,- men wera again r.gaitu eatables._fc_ FEOBIXEXt ABBFFALS Lf Ml '""^ BUCKINOHAM Professor 0. *' M "; '? J 2| Cnlveralty. fifth AVENUE Joseph H ? ?? .^Aug...... Me. MPRRAT HILL -JJ^fi rjoedaell, of San fran.* ;"' r," if-JoM ,i. Bawyer, of Nee Hamp* re. "?*''! ''f __? C. BrseCalartdge. of Lomsvi.ie. and soon .*?? erly, of Colorado._ BABIER I CLEYELAXD BARBE From The Mac .mb Journal. . ,? eood ?? U.-re la a story from actual Ul* that I?Jlfrg'Sg be lost: a lad) In Mscomb aa'!.- ?f ?*.? < wi* chant* who voted for *'levelai. i "*? ?,\ _t ott downtown tbs other day .loin-, Bomo tra una^ tC of ihe leading ?pocerj *";"?"?-uif " ?h,.n thro-il* oualntcd with th* proprietor, h. id wb" ?ein?*. ordering goods fell into ? i hat with ,Mi;)\.?i al**: After a while eb* roddenli ?-'?"?'?"> ; . !__ tinUh "Well this won't -lo. I mual h.in-' hom- ?"u mv husband's Cleveland to :? , . ?p in* Th* grocer i* a Republican and ? 'thlnk minute* saying. "1 taould think >*'',, ,'^,?** the*_ lng of anything but making * le vela ? ? ?rt 0f * h_Vl times, and 1 ran '?-;,?,? lt* badge you would make. I llteii > pa(.B sir." the spunky woman ??rt*d. n *mtffm __oul thc -!/?? of a p.,im Cf fan on ia h 9fC0rA trousers lt* the prevailing flld ?P n(.-am* IB out ^-? - --* p______a___S?*~>~*?a*""*?""?""""* M S '.?\vciard to gpart.,,>tAS-tiSSf_?***?i_ s WptUl novel, th- '_?___* ?*_J_rw_i_* lltll- W*._ ins* of * b*H husband imett arte ?!??>^^^nuriBf. f? who dlva-rslfles his domestic, duties ?>n with ?* huntlna. *rserk chasing. sn?1 th* g?*W^ A Co? PB* usual chequ-red results. 4l_o\ ell. <-or>-*? ? tullera. Csmmever HiillaSi"'