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JAPAN WILL NOT YIELD.
BNtTODRAOTSD BT ENGLAND'S RE*?*TjaAL TO ACT WIT*! ?OTHER I-OWER& RTSFTA AT'HKP.ICS TO HER DEMAXDS- ITALY AMD AfSTOIA NOT TO IXTFRj-TRK- .V peOSSIBUE QVAJfBVrVB AM.IAN?"i: IN* THE BAST II HVSQ ?THAItO'S vu:vv-<?riMsiTioN in PCKINU TO TH? TREATY. Lend n. April 85.?"The Morning *e**ostM ?has thi dispatch fr?..'ii St. Petersburg: .' : an ha.-- replie?.! t- the Joint prnt?^?,<: of Russia, i?*rsne**e and Ormany. She <\< larea thai If she should yield she would b< exp aed to n uprising of the people, who sre r . elHt??<l ever their victories thai they we i not consent * i any eoncesalon??. This reply d ?e? not affect Russla'a attitude. She adhere?! firmly t . her demanda The Morning PtMt'gf' a**0*rTeepondent in Herlln **)'.? ta that Germany possibly will propoae to oc? cupy Wel-Hal-Wel or ?some oth'-r Chinese port, In japati'-a Interest, until China shall pay the war In ien.tilty. "The Daily News" s" oorresp onde nt in Vienna Fa- a: Russia asks .Tap.n to evacuate C?r<?n nr Rran* her .ii: Icee-free barb ir, Japan Disclaims th?> ?' give away Corean lerritoi-j*. while th^ iv g ssys his authority would suffer if auch a thin? ahould b?? don?-. Toki.? telegrams ?received in Vienna assert that when the Mlkad ? and the Chinese Emperor ttifi. the King of Siam i. - . will ho pr.-i??>iit. and a quadruple alliance ?-?f Japan. China. Blam a:, l Cores will tie formeNL "The Kews's" correspondent in Paris pays th?? e-t'r.i \?..-.-,els of th?? French ?squadron In Chinese ?ratera ?-.av.- been o*r?ietr*ed home, but they may ?/??ceive rrilfrs at '-?aip ?p. to sail for Maelagascsr. "The Standard" has this dlspal ?h from iW.in: The convictl an in well informe l quart is is that Japan will prefer to fight Russia rather than renounce her acquired territory. The? attitude of Germany In thai event !s much discussed. The ' ' ti";: tii1 the? German warship? art as? ng i r Corea and the Pe-Chl-LI I 'oaai n : look Ilk? strictly diplomatic Interven? The ateel rulser Prinzesa Wilhelm will pail for thf? East t?o-moiTow. Th.- Central Newa correspondent In ?Shanghai sends this dispatch: A Peking I legratn says th?-T<? i= a crista there. Some ' ?' he generala favo? war. and the censors, who object l.i Hung chatte and the treaty negotiated by hm?. contend that the yielding of teirit >ry ' ' to diminsh the Indemnity, The ? ertaln. Th.? officials will leave the Etnperoi |f the treaty be ratified trouble In the army is ltk.-'v. It is re? i rted thai F rmnsa will nol be ceded, bul inly th' Pesi td r - Th?? new ports hive been hsneed to ?Cl ilang-Chow, Soo-Cl ow and Shu? Bh? The <>ntml News correspondent in Tokio says that the Japanese (government la aratchlng with kee Interest the course f the European Powera re?*?\rdlng the Slmonosekl treaty. li* finds thai i . Japsnese dlpl mata are not particulsrly ap? i :" th- oui ??:.? ??. The refuaal of Eng? land to act in concert with Russia. Germany nee has encouraged th?^ Japanese to b - I.---V.' thai ng single poll ?>? can be agreed ? ? rii s which feel th it the r In? ten ta in tl.?- East are threatened bj th?- terms peace. Germany is though; to I.nly half-hearted In her ??-operation with ?Prance an i Russia, if such co-operation has been a^ ired Mtt -.-. > ? ence .i; :'? I In the assurance of g ?od feeling ni?.'?:. by Great Britain and tha United Btate >?. The last llspatches from 8t. Petersburg are hardly in harm ny with the sanguine viewa held In T? k: . Prlnt*e Cchtomoky who aceompani? : the p?resent Caar n his n,i.r in the Ka?*, has written a long communication to the Mose .-. "Viedotnosti," explaining the threatening feat itrea of th.- situation In tii" Orient. He declares that Russia*-. Intervention la Inevitable, it w ?uld be criminal neglect, he thinks, if Russia wer?? t-. allow Japan : i mena ??? Russia's Interests in East Asia aa la c ?ntemplated In the Sim ?nosekl treaty, ii?.' exju -.-? s the f?'ar that bloodshed w1.:: be ne cess ary before Japan's aggressive p ril eaa be checked. He regards the Japanese aa lntiu?cated vv:;.'i th.mpleleness of their vi> tory, and determined t?? force tip..n tit? rest "f * ? worl la] ley which a;; nationa having groat : teresta In Bast Asia :nust frustra;--, by peace? ful means if possible, tut otherwise i>.- the ?word. In ?omroentlng t.p'.n th??!??? opinions the **VI?f?dO" most!" says tha: if England persista in support? ing Japan against other European Powera, Ros? I s;a will retaliate by opening the Pamirs ques ? - Central Newa rorrespondenl it? l?? ,n.** say-? ! ...'iis from good authority thit Austria Jaivl - led t:.:t to Interfere In the East and Will not tak? part In any Kur.,p??un Congre -i < nroked to revise th? terms ol peatse. Sir Henry H. Howorth, M P., :. ?s written a letter to "The Times," in which he declares that it '- to the Interest of Eng'and to formulate ?a co m m with the L'nlted S ates In regard to th?-- far Hast. "Th?? Pall Mall Garet te" ap pi ?.?s tri.- idi.?- expressed by Sit Henry li ?worth, a: I adds: "America haa rec#iverd many marks of respect fi ?n Chins an : Ji ; in, and j ?in! dlplo? action with the United States would pre vent at nger action on the part of others. Our ; : j <? ?r i every side of the Pa ifl In China, Canada and Australia, forbida ua t.? ?rernain pas t..?. " "Th" Timea" In an edli ?rial on the v-, ri ' pi ???? " ;: :,. Germany and ?France against ? by Japa n of any of the Chin?ese ry, says i hat I he repoi i will ? ?? mu li In te real In England, though, p--i - haps, the te ling predominating will be that of surprise, nith a mixture of amusement, "The Times" doubts the genuineness of the pr. t?-s*. !>.: aays that, if i- be genuine, Russia (j entitled t" ?be ?congratulated upon having a? hleved ?*? trlumi macy. The fact thai france and Germany sre ao slightly Interested In the ques? tlon, however, makes II appear like ? game of bluff. T.-ioutih Japan will possibly see through this, bei wisest course would probably ?v- to yield, ;?: or 1er to av Id u mistake which might ha-.?- n' a-.-?- ? ?nsequenoes. "The Standard" will say to-morrow thai Japan'a reply to the Joint protest, although noi ? Ite refusal, is un emphatic non ; w n ?i dt? ues France's and Germany's adl t" Rua la, and enneludea that they aro Infl ien<*ed mainly by a desire t" ?be agreeable t.. the Czar. " . r coi tlnues: "But, whatever their m? tives, th?* coalition exists and must h?? reckoned with. Whi!" ?paying all inspect? lo the prowess, rapaclt) and resource^ ol the Japat?ese, one feela ?? reminding thf-m thai the three allloa Powers are able to bring a resistless force to compel them t<? relinquish th" whole territory that they acquired Thus, If il??- Powers remain resolute, th?-r?? w.ii i.nly one courae for Japsn ahe mtisl reat conten? with the advantagea to srhlch ? tion i*-' ?raise I." Oloagne, April 26.?The "KOlnlsehe SBeltang" haa a special dispatch from?aTlen-Tsln which says that LI Hung Chang recently, In the course of an Interview with foreign diplomats, expressed sur? prise al th?- large proportion of the European press taking the side of Japan. The Viceroy de? clared that it would be .*? long time liefore Jspan would permit Europeans to share in her markets, Ti." "35eltung" adda that a'l of the Europeans trading in the far Eaal share the opinion ex ? ed by the returned < hi?ese envoy. ? ? ? Tin-: PARIS omviucs STRIKE BKTTUBD. Psrla April -? The omnibus strike baa bees set? t' . The Mmpany, besides conceding several of ,.rr? at Issue, will reinstate all tha stnkei.-. 'I'tt men will rtsuaae work to-morrorw. .:. STIFT-NH"KKi) MUNICIPAL COXTHCJL Berlin, Apr:: % Tha Munidpal council and th? Chief NtaglstraU of li.-rih. r?-?--?,n':y Inltlaterd a peti? tion to tha R?tHcbstag agalnat the Anti-.s-<ciaii??t Mil. Th<- ?3?*?veniment Informed th?*m thut they had no legal tii ' to Interfere In auch purelj pollti-cal wet ryfc^ Shirts g He ?iiimi. i?'? ?*?'ii ?mttne if Uaay*ll tit Th?-jr'r. too?i m?nr sn1 s??ry gurw^nt .? ? ?t ? ? *? - ?' shgaSSd ^?r?iU?; ?ll |?rica-? All l??<t'T,(f rrtmla-r? know of da? t?rsn?l r.f ?lure?. If yee? ??ue n,t*r i. Ml '?r wwtt >" ?tyl?. I??t liiin K't M l.?r ynu. Al??)?iif.t ri?e).t ?l?fv? It-ngtli SOUVEWIR OF FASHIONS \rry m?>r??ling ?n?1 ??I" CLIETT COOSt Co.. Me ,l,lr \Vtit. f.ar ,a. J krr?. Tr?), .N.Y. qj I t-T-.. Thereupon the Magistrate ?rtthdrew tl*j p lion. At to?day'a meeting the Munlcipa Co? unanimously resolved to di*re-,ard ''"' ';w"'i"ii ati'l submit the petition. " ""u f,f Council is threatened. ? HELD Tin-; TOWN AGAINST HEAVY OD] ! THE BTOUT DEPftK 'K Of I-- CAISIN?"***. r'"''-A. A IUNIIA'I. or SPANISH TROOPS \N"THKI DEFEAT OF INSTRU? N - Santiago de Cuba, April '-?'? "n0 hund*-?-?a ?urgents, under ilamlrez Lozano, attacked r Caminos, eighteen or t??' i '>' miles from he laat Saturday. There wen twenty-two ?pan ?oldlera in the town. They stood together n ].' pi up a steady lire on the st irrning party ur Loxano gave up th.-- attack and beat a haj retreat with hii< men. Thi H aurgenta lost ?-?;?? ?killed and fourteen wounded General Salce commander-in-chlef of th ': ?P*1 '" ,!ms ?,,v inrp. lia?, given medals to tv " iwenty-two m ?vh" <1< r< nd? 'i the town. Ouatave Rlchlleu and August Belton, I American tailors Imprisoned weeks ago ?n ? piclon of helping the Insurg nts, were re eased ?lay. in deference to United States Consul Hyat urgent representations. Th? ? were instru ted report to the court on e a week until their in Mr. llyail has sent a note I the Clovernor. questing their absolute re? ase To ihe 1 nil Press correspondent both Bailors told .1 pet-fee straightforward story. They wer? caughl .1 gale off Haytl and were swepl over to ; Cuban mi?'. Madrid, April to.- A dispatch from Hava this evening aaya: C 1 "id Togeriso, with 280 iroopa, yesterday ? i"*--:? t ?1 Toe Insurgen ta A Spanish captain a siv Spanish soldiers were ! Illed. Twelve I surgenta were k:!>:l and 'ortj were wound? General Salcedo is pursuing the Insurgent lead? Maceo, who la in the district ??' fcaraguica Havana, April 25.?The steamship Vlllaver arrived h'-iv at 10 o'clock tins evening, wi General Martines Campos and bis suite. T streets were decorated and Illuminated, ni thousands had gathered near the docks greet the n?".v Captain-General. The cheerli ?vas Incessant. Parla, April 25.?The Governtnen! ot Co* Rica has Instructed the Costa Rlcan Age here i" proceed t" Madrid at once and furnli the Spanish Government with all the availat Information In regard lo the expedition of ll Insurgent leader, Maceo, against Cuba. Beftor Dupuy de l?"i.i?\ the new Spanish Minist K. tin? country, I? at the Savoy. Se?or ?i" 1.1 arrived from Havana yesterdaj He is we built, 'hirk. and wear* .? full bear?! trimmed dosel i!, speaks English and Fr-n-h fluently Sp ikii of the present Insurrection in Cuba. Se?or de Lor ? 1 do not v. ish to rush Int > prim abo Cuban affairs, Any mtrov? rs; betw? en : Spain ov? ? 1 ai .. m Ii not b? ? Ii?-.-n-?ah? il in the newspapei A? to ih? Hi rig the AUlanca, that \\ 1? ..a unfortui ate afl . 1 have no comment i" make about the way the que naja su h indled Il si ems to hav? been ei renk-;. 1 should say, however, that In my opinl? ? have been much wlaer foi ihe ?-ommand of ths Al. ..n .1 ;> have stopped when ordere?! at th-" n? ??* demanded Indemnity afierwar?! Tl <H-:.oii (.f tip 1 m.n..n Ai;-- officer "i? ' ? -, man-of-war Is l ??? ? I .. the proper tribun ..ni not ) me." Th?- new M.r.ister th.nks tha? ihe a of 1 on 1.1 ' A a have 1 ??? 11 ?- 1 ? ?< ? ly ? 1 -.- it? He ?aid ' T: ? paper* in Amerl 1 have teenu 1 wit reports of battle.? and ippresslon 1 m ""?..?i a. j. ?<?? from ii.-v.?1 ;? ? .. . ? .1 ? . -.? ? a habitant of Cuba had rai??*d ? a- ?h* kl.-1 hai I? at cried 1 m agaii it Hpanish oppress! ? ? ? erj lltl ?? ..;??? '??-. einj ? oil bj 1 p ?;.!?? ?a H ? ? ..;.:? I U.A. I -?.??"Ay be pul .'??'. The orrlvnl ??. lieneri Martinez 1 ., ipo ha* - ll,: I Si'..?'. 11 .-i.-.l' ? t ' , J.' Ijpil ? ? ,-? ? ? ? ;?? <?? l.-l. snil .. - 1 1 ??.-.' I ..i- ? ,,.. j:.., K--;- .: fa? Se?or '- !..'i'..- ?poke highly of 1 nunp : oui by Genera - ? .- 1?.:. .-.? 1 ?. He said " r.-:. t.? ..? on< Ihn . ' '?? mpos 11 ? I-.. - noi ?a) : hai he is going to . : ? or to <j th..: hat he go. ? ?; ? ?? 1 ? He Is aol'i 1er ever; 1 and 1 I At- r He A\al to hi? country, but h? as p isalble hi wi| treat hia en? lly. 1 ii: .,?'.. 1.: ??,.. |..? ?. r- of the revolt, howevei ? ?..?? ? nill in met ?-?I out. Spain l - if ne? mot . 1 ??. ?? -? art ? ?? w me ?tatfoned in Cuba? With auch a fore? the rev? I?ilion .1 ill f?j II) be 1 .' '. -wn 11 is 11 ? ? .. . ;? neral ? 'ampoi ?va I 1 ? ?lth money 1 purpose of buying oil ihi - 1er* of ihe revol Spa a doe? not fiwht : ? : battl. 1 il ??? .? .-' ?or '!>? l?om?* will remain In this city fr>r a fai days before going to '?'? I He ? i??- Join? by ?, fa mil? In a f? s la? ? \ llnnai to Manuel C?**?pedee, the ? in of tha .'. .;,.?;.., who was on re President of the Cuba Republic, wa? given nlghl ihe !.? n, No : West "Phlrty-flrsi al Ab? -a flv? 1- .pi? wer present. Tnomaso Estrella Palma, ihe lam Pr? dent of Ha Cuban Itenubll . pre?i<|. I, Many stli r ? ,; -.?? ... ?;. g \\ . ; ,. ||, , , THINK Till: EX-QUKBN IS ILtrUSED. SIK HI'WAIU? ORKY'S BBPI.T TO ? V APPEAl. I? HER BEHALF IN' TUB ''-MM"*.'! "KB URIT isii BlTUEC"?? ? ' 1 1 . 11::> IN iiaw ?11 London Apih S In the House .?f Com m ? day s.r Thomas Esmonde n?v..-.! If Mm.. ?.? under the protection of ihe l"nji 1 Btate th-ii Govei. -. . I with ? view of obtaining proper ireatmeni foi '\ Queei Lllluokalanl. Dona] 1 M segrego r sa' ? Aa I I app? 11 ? - know Ihe lady. I In In tl 1 1 P"..l in her h? 1 1 01 ?-(I agali 1 ? m . ' .1 large ma lor ty of her ? Bir Edward <>rey, l'ndei r . . ? .--?.-.-. ? ? li.i wail was 1 'i 1111 let ? .? pi >t ? no tl I 'i.l'.-'l St a 1. -. mi I t h.-r.-. rould Le mad? by England i<> Ihe Wash ngton Gov f-riini<-i?t as bad been augg? ted Mr. Mavgregor asked fan appeal an?l m ertcor diam ' ?ni? not be mad ? 1 the 1'nlted Bi 1 Sir Edward Ore; .vn 1 tar Hawaii, tj?>t be Ing m..1er 1 ted I protection, which far| wai 1- ojrnlseil b) I : ? 1........ t. no ? 1 h appe il 1. ? t?. th?. An. . .. ? 1 mi.. -, : \ numb? r o British subjects bad been arrc?tei| In H.??w how ever, 'i the pan they look 01 ??..,.. have taken In lb? ???.?.? n, .... n..a there Thea. ni? 1. had ? omplali e?i to th? liritlah auth ?rltle? 01 the hardship? th? ? ?? ?>? com] ???... ... prison M. .. . th? : ten . riten, ed to mpl m?-nt niHiis British la.l been ti ? court-martial and subsequently induced to leave thi country, under 1. .,? they asserted Tin protesta of these men, he added, wer? being care fully considered by Ihe t-'oretgn Office bul 1? ha.J not :.'?? been decide ! wh< th? 01 not 1 ? ? ' . is wo il< ist r. the Government in taking a? lion. THIS MARIE MW HAVE I'" A\'i >ki; ?A ' I/?.n.lon, April B.-aBIs dead bodle? ??f sa Aim hav? ? ashor? neai Plymouth, \i. . .11 and a amall boat nia;k-i "Steamahlp Marie" we,,. , ,. 1 ?,, y.n'ls iium them. Th? Xorweg an ?taami 1 ?. Maiii ? ' i ? bel \\?<-<, ? v>| enhagen an?l G?l? She la the onlj steamship of thai name 1 regularly through ihe Engllafa Channel. COI,. KKI.I.Y REACHED CHITRAL Calcutta, April a. General Bit Robert l?ow, com? manding the British expedition, telegraphs that Colonel Kelly, with his command, reached Cbltral la>t Saturday, n.- found thai the ?leg? of thai placa had i..-.-n raised, sad that Bher A faul, unc?a i?f the late Mebtar "f Chltral, who 1 id lnv< ?? 1 i tha plu.?.-?-, had hastily tvacuated hi? position. ??? BLAtTKBURXE BEGINS UV W1XXISG i^iiid..n, April '-? 'A.- I) ?. ll Blackburn? snd ? urt son Bardelaben played ih^ flrsi game of the <-h'-*M match of "five games up" .?t the British ? 'hess Club to-day. There wau a large attendance ?<f spectators, Including several ma ei . when Blackburne opened lh? game with ?? Vienna. Noth inis happen? 1 ?i th? opening, which vas well ? 1 by both player? bul In the middle game Blackburne won a commanding p- a-., Bardeleben'? effort were unavailing, and afl 1 fifty-nine moves be j?:'\' up "" fight. KBWFOCXDLAXD AXD THE DOMINION. St. Ja.hns. N. F.. April -, fSp? mIi The Legl haiur.. met to-dajr. Mr. Bond, in lha Legislative Coun 11, and Mi. Morris, In lha House of Assem? bly, made ths following offlclsl unta un? ? n Th? lei? gates appointed by the < ; iv*-rnmei 1 of this 1 colony in proceed to Ottawa to ,: term? of . union t>. iw?'.-ii thi? ? 'Ion; snd the >'.ii idlan l'> minion have reported lo th? Uovernmeni that the terms handed In by them aa a counter-prop those submitted by lh? ?ub-commlttee >.f ih? Privy 1 Council ..f Canada ara ?till undei Ihe consideration , f i'i- Gov? rnmeni of th? 1? imnlon, an 1 th. r m ! thegefore not he In s position ; 1 furnish 1 full ! and comprehensive reporl ol lh? pi " edlng? of the conference until further Information ha? been re ceived in order thai ampli tim? may be afforded for receiving .? nn.il anawer from the Government <.f th?- I ?un m ion of Cana I? It I? r< :omm?*nde(j 11?.? ? the Lsgialature be adjourned for n fortnight from this '? I' it la "?-ported ihm two of the terms propoesd by the Newfoundland delegate? sre -?-served for further conaideraUott by the Dominion Government, au the other terms have been arranged satisfactorily, It Is ?.?onfl.ir.niiv ezpectad hers tha! confederation Will ba arranged. yEARLY Eon; HUNDRED WBATBRS ?TRIBE. Providence, April 2".. Nearly ?M ???"*?**? St the Pr.n'lderim .Va'.lo.ial Wor?t<-1 Mills ?trua-k thla after? noon heciune the auperlntendcnt would not dlaua?. four learners on wea?ing of fancy goods. NO HELP FOR NICARAGUA. I ?autln,,??.! freina Orot pnac. ?as t > the attitude of 'his rountry. Ii the 'affrnoan It Guxman called again at the .'.. partment. bul saw the B?tcretary only for s mo? ment. What *..,-<=???! p.?tween them has nol he,?n dlvulgasd, but in ?reply ? i an Inquiry to-night. Dr. ttuzman simply ?said that lh? ?Seeiretary had no Information to impart, while he could ?dvnncg ggesti '???? as to th?' outexame. Rome ei barraesmenl has h<?<*-n caused to the British Ambassador, Sir Julian E-aune*efote, by connecting his call on Secretary Oresham yes? terday with the dispute ?between his rountry snd \'i .,; ?gua It ; ritivelj stated that Btr Julian's call on S reiarj Oreshsm yoatoraay had no ref? ? ? ?? t? the Xli-arsajusn sffslr, nor was thai matter even inridentally dlscua^ by them. _ BRITISH ADMIRAL'S PLANS. HIS BLUEJACKETS READT TO LAND AT t*l ?RINTO. THET yum. ne aPtTT "N BHonE this MnnviN'n IF TTTi: INDEMNITT li KOT rvti'--aMHAS?A aDOR BATATO*?*? OMXION COMUBXTt "F TUB U NDON PRCgg. London, April ZS ?Rear Admiral Henry F. Btephenson, commanding the wnrships In the harbor .?!" Cortnto, .Vlcaragua, has t?l?graphe lo the Admiralty thai other war v?.???'??? ate on thMr way to Join his fleet at Corinto, and that he is prepared to land <00 bluej i kel ? I daj br? .?.-. In morrow <.f the British demands ire n >l t*omplle?d with by midnight to-night. The warships are lying close to the shore In order to protect the lending party, which, the Admiral saya he will cover with twenty-nine guns. Mr. Bayard, the United States Ambaasador, was naked by a United Press regierter to-day for his opinion In rejsrd to the >>icaragua dis? pute. Mr. Bayard aald thai personallj he had nothing i ? communicate, li was purely a matter for adjustment on the other :;-. le of the Atlantic. He thought, however, thai there had been ? great deal of manufactured excitement over the affair, both here and In America, His own hope was thai :':.?? matter would soon be amicably ad? justed. "The M ?rnlng Post" l? Informed that Great Brll In has noi been requested by NI a ragua or the I'nlted States to extend the lime for the ac :-? ii. ?? f th? ultimatum It will ssy lo-mor? row In ?? le id r on Ui at Britain's treatment of \i .11 ag 11 ' 1'nder th? ?umstanees Hie re i sn be n i alterna? ???.,?.:.. ? -.- ? e lilt S !.. -..?:, I I. ... follow* ? ? up to th, ? f ?' .,' h ?'tit ?ay \ I ha I i'.:?<? an?l ha e ???:-.?.? ?:? ? :'' ? I t? .'-ran e, ' Th ? I tally News*" wil r I non ?w ,'?...:? . g of for ........ | l?r th? i ? ? thts, ?:-,'.. ?? 1 ? . ? ? ?? . ' ?.? r. ? ,ca ? l< ?: . ... i'--- -in ist moment Nies "Til?- St .1 i . ? ? ? . ? ? ? ' N- ?thing I? kno ? I Stst?? Rmbsssy ? ? .1- . '.I- .. ? : ?orl Klmtv-rle . on th? ? ? ? ? ? n taking s-'tl'ti ? , i ? ? ? l*i ; , i ? ? - . I. "T!,<. Stan Isi d" ?.?. .11 ? ? ? : ' ? ih? ; . I: ha ? N mi i . . . I- . -.. ? ?? ?? ? . ? ?? -, live i ? -. - .? ' r?r n snlfesi ? ? : ? . .-? I. n nn .. - I ' ?.. ? . n few . ? I..., :???'.??? I'nite ? . ? M to?? Ills ?>? i ?? ? fis " r I ? ? i ? ? '.'. i .?:.??? ? . . ? ? ' .?'.;??'. V . ;.??'? ' ? ? ?? mall and a:g . ? ? . ? ? . ? i . ? ???-? . I. I : i\ , I 1 I '?'? ' ? T ?? I ?ally V -. - ?i ? :-i Paris says: ? mateen sgua Is su ? ? ? . ?-..*. ! an.l ? ? -.??.,.-? . wtl : ?- lh? '..... CORINTO AND ITS COMMERCE. THE li. '?'? ? ' 'M !'? ? --I KN?1I.AND -.1' ? :.'i Corinto f port ' *. . r ?- .. ind th? is ?if th? i rid itsi ' .. : ? ? i- . ? ' ? . : . ? marshy n the I of the ? ? ? utte . ? . ? ? ' i ? fori two am ? ?Idlers of the l:-1. i .i - -.-. ? ? ipal .-? of t.? ?: III <r eg i g party. ? : ' i : ej try ; ? ? ? ; ? ?. erster e if -. - from steamers si ind barracks and ? . ? two stoi.-?? with i?ove : I V I ? . ' ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? . -, i ? , i tqaic ? ting : r ?!.?? ? it. I ai I raml ???.-.. csUns In v . ? .. . ... , lpt11 I? ...... ??. .,'..? . . .-.? i . ? ? ? ?.. v r . i? ? : ? i i.?- the ? ? ? ? bu he trav? ,.<-r on ! ? : .- ..,. I make? hart, lo i ? ,i i. to :?.?? ?hin .?? . ill.i? i.- m< a] in .i noi ? ..-i i dlrtj I '? i i ? ? ? i otii the re It .i ? tithotise ?.-i .i mu ' li .? 1 -i. inier from Hamburg anchor, i .- . ? ?. iff ?*?n Into ,,i, i can ?? roff? - to ' ? ? n . nmm all ? mp ?"-l with that v. ch Is transact : n the? e si :t.i? sn cos il A MIXSTBEL SHOW FOB CHABtTT. Tii" Hfth ;??'.;' ?n of the i/.i Iles" ai I Gentlemen's I.? .f '!:?? Honten i? Home was held Issl nigh I ni Mu Hall v . mh etrel performsn?t*e pr?s ccde-1 the? r??? ??! "? n The" young minstrels teere ? ?II drilled, and iti'.r joke . teere new and bright, The ; mm? tav? n i ..- in Imtl ilion of the acore rari sold il lh? Polo Grounds, snd wsa Inscribed, "First Monteflore League ba ebal game In honor of the .v.-.?. V..M, club's victory over the l?.>st'?ii- lo ds Monroe l-'. Topllia was Interlocutor or, rather, captain while WbIit Content ., d ? ;???.,(,''? It .-'ti<-; non "rattliHl ih? l*on< ?- " Th? "lambos" wettra II. li Harris an i T U. liia-yfuM. ? ? Mill F7IS "ft.? Y" FMI HEX. Th? members of Ri t\oor%a't Athieii" Club and their many friends crowded the Central ??p'-ra House las) night snd ei |oy?t*d a minstrel show, The joie-.-? nf the performers aera good snd sltbough '.? ' pries of ad m ?? i low, the - un of %VR ?ras sdded lo th? treasury of iiu- club. .-?.iik,;. reci? tal ?ns, tianjo playing and old iwahloned negro air? | were evell rendered, and th? performance was a m ?si enjoyable one from I ?? ginning to en L ?'eA'M', a SKLXOTIOX. l*i in, Th? Plti iburg ' "hronlcle, "I- this ?There ?nil v?.t?''"- said an eifilo veatere-e? t.? Hi. pie tion oftrer. "Yes, nia.un.' "Then please cm ?ff ?amples of nil n,,. th-ket?,. and I'll lake them home snd ih which I like i,e?t " M Prosper Do Pieira Hanta Of Paris, 5ays : As a large number of patients lack ihc necessary power t<? digest solid food, and would through the ; use of stimulants be merely excited I and weakened.therefore, I regard ?of I immense value to the practitioner | to bring to his aid ;i nutritious tonic i and remedy like the Johann HofTs i Malt Extract, which will act not i only as a tonic, but ?as a nutrient as well, and which is less exciting than wine as a stimulant. ?9ewsr? . I imitation?. The g? inline Johsnn Hoffs ^ At j/)g. Male i itra, i ha? thli _ IrtS/t*^* /JrfrlL SuV'i',!'^ r^*??ftfh IM iN fJOt, ?jola Ajeuu. >*^ ? tjAW N?w-?uilt. SELECTIONS FROM THE MAIL THE FT cut AOAINfT PLATT. A hav OP RaVCKOXtxa ?mmin?'? **or tub be TRATERJ OP THF. PARTY. To the Editor of Th.- Trihnne. Sir: As a Itepnbliraii Who love? his party nnl has Ita Mirhest welfare hi h?arr. I want to com? mend you for the splendl 1 Hunt ynn nre mak'.m* upon T. C. Platt and nla henchmen nt Albany. Moot of these men v.? re sleeted by the great moral revolution of last fall, an l upon th'* .li?t!n<-t an. di rstanding that they were to pass such laws n? irould Insure good go-rernment lo our grand state and l?a Imperial city. How have they treated th. trust repoaed In them? Eifteen week? have elapsed since they met, and. excepting the Power of Re? moval bill, tlOl .?i..- of th? -rreit reform measures demanded by th?- people has been passed, and, from present Indications, none wr.i be passed. But a day of rei'kotiinu 1s 101*110?.', and these oon temptlble creatures will ba sent to obscurity, frgin whvh wa may hope nevei lo see them emerge. If they ever had any Inclination to do Ihe will .?f the people, their master cracked hla whip and thej slunk back, cowed and beaten, What a miserable spectacle they present, measured by a patriotic standard; false t . their trust, fain^ to their State ?nd despised by every rlt-ht-thinkini; cltlsen. Never In the history of the Repuhllcan party waa there such .'i chance to bind Ihe Independent voters to it as after the election last fall, and we who love the old party had the highest hupen fT its future. Bui it has been b#*trayed In the house of Its friends. and only superhuman efforts on Ih? pan of all Its highest and moat patriotic elements twill save It from crushing defeat neat fall Hut rather that thnii the continued domination of Platt and the harpies that cling to him. 'Phis is not th? firsi lime your great Journal has fi arlessly fought evil In n= ?>?vn party, and. .?? be fore. I firmly believe success will crown it.? efforts and these irsitors to their party's best Interest be ?inven from public life. In ' losing, permit me to pervert "?inn line? of Sir Walter Scott, and refer to these men as those who 1. ?? it ;.>. If : 1 fall renown vi a d< ih ? ?:? n ?. ahsll 1 1 down 1 ?' - -.lual '.? ? i? when ? ih?y ?pruna-, 1 na '!?? 11 r?: onored an 1 un iin? i). T. RIPLET. WestfleM, N. J., April in. ttas, A CHANCE FOR AMERICAN coat,. I MOW its SALE HAS IN- 'I.r. '? -' A ? IN PAN AMERICAN COITNTRIEfl WITHIN THE I.?ST POt'R TEARS. To ths Editor "f The Tribune Sir: Vast benefit? to the United States imv now resuit from vigorously pressing the ?al? of our en.il t.? the pan-American .intrles, Ruch a lion would strengthen ??'.'?ry interest In our country, and would be Immeasurably pro.ll ible to the future of our ii?1'.- and our marine. It is a matter that demands tha mosi thorough and thoughtful con ? 1 at Ion of mir publl ind 1 Inet lead? rs, n-? one of ths great? I trsde Questions of the day. fraught with vast r< 11*ts to both oui internal rial eommei ? and to tl ise of .? mr m , n powerf 1 r? iur?-? The nattet nvolv. .-? business revolutloi a In I natural a of.is ? iur a I ? ? ? ge? .1 ? ! we ou ' to tal hold ? ? h bl.il Vai ia. '?.-?..?! ?, and with , readiness and ibll ty to ..? - I portu ? ? ? on t" H ?lth Americs for th? Interna ; , held at Atlanta from 8? p .-??i|i.. f tl year, t* hoi |e?| \n to ex| " f the I'nlted State* ?lth the 1 ? ? " nation ml it and nt mdltioi of I ? :. of tn |p \? lth on? own. I have 1 ? '? '?* 1 h It I 1 ' I. That they bu for? I. That 1 1rs, thi ntrj nd neni to then Ils 1 pra ig The ' 1 1 ? - startling All the South Am? 1 , ? '. ',.,'.?: 1 :, . I. 11 ta .a ? ? where. Mai ,? . teated. Rui pltal hav. pr- \. nled Ihe they a list?.ifai-l ? I 01 llu-'no ? h-it it i? w:*h fore gn rosi enl i . , ire used for shippii ? . 1 Kngla Ii- ? ? ? 1 ' ? f 1 11 ihe 1 led Slates to South America I ? ? ? V ? ?,? I--.1 I ! 1" 7- 1 Val a . I ' ?. ?O |i> no ?1 I?, |70 la ' ? 1 s Ion* then n the rt t of South ?m< n.'. ton arorth IA' A- In Me? ? e ? ' ? . ? - ? ? ? 13 In 1*92 to I ?.. -93, and In C I n ft?? ? ? ? ? 1.1 1 ? . ? ?. ? ? ? If in the 1 '?ntral \-:,. -? - m ? froi ! ' ? ; ? II as i- ??.. 1 thsr Weal ni Her It, 1 : ?nr. in ?' ita I ?ti 1, how ever, s I 1 ton and 11 ...... ? re the text for this 'an . ? 1 ? la Lu ?? West Ind -. ?- ' eadlng ? -i A.nth Amei lea. an 1 ?Itual : :i 1?. ii ? ? of ihe highs ?? ? North md mth imerica ?? : b??? ??.- en 1 ?nd the f?ulf of Mexico, nearly al ll 1* Hh? of l-.'h the pi ?? ed Nicaragua ."1 Pal an 1 cana Upted ' ' iperior rank ??i;.- i*> ha; hoi . : md locked ti? ,\ lut... , . ding . ? ? ? : 1 ? '.-..-'? ? ll here a ? ? ? ?? ?? co intriea ha il from Vir? gin! 1 hai 1 .'? ntly !?? ? n Intr I, in?l la rup . . ? |i for ." ?hillings ha?? t > be aotj al ?* nla coal I? not ont) ipi : ... v,... . . ..1.. an 1 has a? ? d ich a priwluci the I'nll ? .? la ? 1 ; ;??- I igalnai th? worl I, if ?he m. .... -, uae the 1 ?wer sa ? h? an I can There Is evidence that England has aw iken? 1 to the ?ituatlon The Hrltli h Amh 1 ador to ths 1 nlti 1 States, S 1 Juli in Paunc ?fote, ? a* ;. In a r? port to hla Oovernmenl "It I sn error frequently Indulged In to ?uppose that England ha? now I ?? rommand of the cheape I coal In th? world, on the contrary*. ?0 fai a, lh? 1 nlte 1 Stati ? I* - on i-erned, It ;? ,1 lhal we has., even lo face the prospect of being permanently dlalodgi 1 from our former suprema j si ?? coal-produ Ing countr? ll h i? be n 1 oint? d <>'ir that, a? the 1 nlted I b.tve for some years past been producing their coal ai .1 .-.i-i no) much race? 1 tlf ol thai "f iimny coal field? .11 home, .. time ma) come when, with Ihe i. 'iii.ii... nf ?u.di .. disaster sa lhal "f Ursa the) in.i> be able lo i-ompete with oui own market? and thai aome i-argoea of their coal have air.-.1.1? 1.n. i- 1 in Kngl ind ' \ 1. il !.. : llrll h author!!] ?ay? 'The following facia cant ?1 be ignore?) On the . 1 ..'i.i. ihr ...m .. 1 nnllmlt. 1 r< iour?-e? ol I . ..f ti? I'nlti d State 1. the ? \' ?:;??:.?? ol ti a m".1 A ? of the coal, the poHaibllltl 1 ol >? 1.- . I? ? eon '?m. In the ay a ten? ol mining and greatei reductions In the cost of frei) ; on the other h in I lh Im iii'ii'- ai.int "f coal i'onaumed within 1 ie 1 nlted Klngilom, the recent Increase in n.>- ?ver*u*e ?'. ?... i- ai (he plt'i 1.ih. the great 1.ITer?*d during the . ? ??l erial? of la-; year, when he redil?* 1 -ii, id ihe output wa not more thai 1 tw? fth pu' of Ihe total am ia! output of Ihe r-ounlrj " Tn?*ar fa. i? betoken, in the view of the high authority lh? re? lit of a area oa from :h" I'nlti ? leve'.opmenl of the - xp in ?Hate ? vi-i 1 11 <nn in' ? 111, ? ? 4 nitiirr The fact thai I'nlted stales roal of higher grade ?'.in undersell Knglloh coal si this important Eng? lish coaling ?tatlon of ('astrie? is of \a-' Impor? ta nc? 1 ,.- 1 nil? 1 States and England 1 ich mine aboul 200.000.(100 ion? snnuall) Util Kngland, with onl) 10.000 square mile? ol ? ial area, ha? been long year? developing ihl business. The coal Imlustry of the 1 mi..1 State with 11? va?i coal area of over ir-O.ia-0 square mil?- Weal Virginia slone hav? ing p..'"-1 ..|iir.. it? 1 " ? 1? in ii? im.ni ?? Ens u 1 hsa to ?lelve Into h.-r mu?.-.? .?o.], thi I'nlted Statea ? ".?I lielda m 1 be aal.l 1 . be on the ? irface Eng? land h i-? a greal idvanta ?? In hei ihlpping She ?ella 170.000,000 ,?..ith of roal lo foreign countries snd the United Si.u.-? jr? i... ...i annually. It was onlj f. ir rears ago that the I'nlted States sold less , than 1100,000 worth abroad Twenty nine States in the I'nlted Ststes produ - I coal Alabama ha ? IC.CO0 a?iu ire mile? f v ial area, . "?'in" i.d iv river with Ihe tin- Mobile harbor, I .?rr.u'iii.a cheap transportation rlghl from the mines . In water, This State lies on ihe Oulf of M?? > ! close i" all the Central Ameiicsn countries and the \v.-t India Island? and relative!) near I 1 the ? .Miami'- South American rountrie? Alabama mines ' cheaply and lia-? 1,1*1 elasa roal With cheap nan? P irtstfon auppjj ail thei ' [he rasi amounts of coal which ar? now brought I fr.un coal beds l.ooo ?,, ?? noo miles farther oft. Four years ?go tin- United states Sureau of Sta tlatl''?. Issued 1 .-.al pul.II,-.ill..11. ihowtng that Or>-.it liritnin ?old yearly 10 the pan American eountne? t.uto.ooo lona >.r rosl worth is.exiinn. md the l'nil"d M1 11? ? ?, that v.-ar ?'?'Ml ton? worth fc.T,.i)u\ It spurred the united Statea lo effort, and In i?9" I our countrj sold 7M.0C?. ton? worth K.tm,tot, 10 th.? \ -mum countries, which Include Mexico, tha West 1 Indie? and Central snd Smith Americs. South America took nnl? imp? tons worth R42,"*0; the 1 Went Indi?*?. ?Js,0H tona worth *l.SM,?H; Central j Amrrli-H. ?.?** tons, worth $j;s ?H1. and Mexico. 17?>. ! Ill inn?, worth faa**?i,2ll. The "*tr?ogresa of the i'nlted States coal export trade in t."- last four > ears has been very encourag? ing, hut it 1? merely th? beginning. 1 have not st hAnd the fagurea of England'* Increase of coal aale-i to the pan-American countriea for ihe same period, 1 t.-it It must 'be ?er\ large There .ire two great sources of conaampuon- fuel for InJuairles, for which only Chili has home coal, and fuel for s pinar. E**eg-tand ha? had the best steam coal in World, has mined it more cheaply, ofid. with Immense murine. hat i,??n ar,j,. t0 move It with ?*a-p'?ritjp. Bhe lues thus .?uppiied all this larare j?roiA-lng ?letnand for h?r coal, and has -hereto been WitbOUt ;e mi'.?exsfiil eompetltor. i'.ut th?? conditions are chanced, and a new has begun. The L'nited States ha? <t?veloped he ffa-am ?-.aal, ?end nut:.-?, it more cheaply, hs Sir lian Paun??efote's . andM report says, at orw-h-alf cost, sri'l with the multitudes of tramp s;ean and sailing vessels granting freight, th?- carrtag ??heap enough, th" lower cost of mining alan up the hi?--,?-i- freight ? heirges, and .-?ti'.i leavln food margin of profit ai a lower price than ?ngl -i; m n - . m epi and niak?- anything. Th" Increase of l'nited Stat?ss steamship and ? in^ vessel im ?a, besides helping e*ommerce, will f .ri means for strengthening and the>t*oughly ?tal h?h;.*!? th ?? new i s trade, with Its pi ? ure, In e nnectlon ?vi-h the Important condltioni better i ?a;, shorter hsul, cheapei mining, limit supply, and s demand thai mu?t grots beyond m? urs, vri'h the development of th?? pan-Amerl coeintrii-?. .1. IV, AVER' New-York, April t, UK Till-] FACTS ABOUT PBN^IOXERS. COLOSEl, WATOXO M i:'y."T:-Tr:t> TO BRI lid l"i ?WARD si'Ki'i:*!?' PROorg OB Hit ?;.-:>. i:r, vi. Ai.i.ciATi' ins. To th? Kditor of The Tribune. Blr, I h.iv? read th?. published ststementa <"*oiorei v.'arinac. Ju?stlfylng his sssault up 'H ''?r.ir.d Army of the Republic us made up chle of "pension hummer?." and I have read reply of ejeneml Collls; both of which t*onala chiefly In ssserttons ntid connter-ai.-erilon?. your is?eie of to-day Colonel vVsrlng Is riuoted ?av-lr? th.it he would not due say publicly the had thlrKs about the Qrand Army whi? h knows and can si ??:.!< of privately. I repre??-nt a very large body of members of : ?".ranal Army of the Republic who feel ?retry k?'?t the aspersions CSSl ??pon the ord?r by Cok? Waring, i enterad the Army Immediately j' 'he firing on Kort Bumter, and served thi months In active campaigning in Western virph sa .i private ?soldier. I re-entered the aerarles a-, flrsi lleutensnt, served meare thsn three yea participating in numeroua battl?*s, smong th? th.? battle al Nuhvtlle, where l ?*ommand?id division, and I left the servie? with the rank brevet brigadier-general, I thus cave more th f..ny ni"' the ' ' the best service tiin? l coi render to the Republic and suffered a?rioua il pairment of tnv otherwise vigorous conatttutic which evlll doubtleas irten n?*' ordlnsry life al least ten year? F*or this service I hav n ?v aak?*d ?ar received from the L'nited State Oovei ment a ; ?litary ;?? ?:. .. in the e\?v of bounty, p? sioti or othei pe? .: ??? reward, escept my pay ?m officer and private soldier, 1 have f.?i years be connected with . I Arm) of the Republ paying my lues regularly, ,-it.d contribeitlng -.? ,\ ? ? . ? ? erlty of the orter, psrt tor t be satlsfa Ion that I have In saa< ? . ? i i with men who, ..? the ?- 'their lives, wrong so grandly for the salva) the Kation, ai partly for t:,<- purpoa of aiding worthy ?'.?tnrad? 1 ..m biso i member of ?he Loyal I.??:.. So one .it tiii?? day will dispute the ?tatemei il the Nation owe? Its inlty, Its prosperity, i i ? ??? among th?? great powers of tt:?- woi , , If not ?-In '!<?, to the I'nlon Army at Navy; and there are certainly very feu who ?> prepare?! to lenj ? ; > the needy and tl : ere are mai II . ?it upon th< t \ ferai i he slur whie h i:.?- t upon I hem I i *??'. .:.. I Waring. Tl ? ?? ? ire, ibt ?pa In tl ' ?rand Ai my of :h?' I! , it ? there are : iir-y oth? < ; ? .-.--. but I organisa ? whole lese r\ ,t of ? '..?? <e? a thing and o et* b, ? ? i . t Colonel ?A a ring I i : ,?? 1. ? ?? ?'.... iM tii retain m> i ?? ' - -?? 1th It c?rtainly e'oj ? ??? ild not luv. ma 1 ? ? - that h? has n- i ? - - i... ha : dm to Jusi ? ' We, I ....... I woillel live t .?-* . . ? ? ? acts to the | ubll . ? ? ? ; : r a ve 11 I ot a fit place I to i ! I s bal h believe? i . be true Is true ai tnent ? ' be o ist one. th, ..- ?? .- and the ?.i 1er ?h nil l be - ?!? atroyH If, oi ' I. I i at hi? . in lie ?1,?prove !. ?? . - ? lo not ?va: r.ir.t hi .ule) be an oppor ? un ty given to the fr?e i of the ? to mee ; ?. - ive his prejudle es As th , - nova ?lands, Il seems to me ? I.. I i ?lo Waring ...?..- i to the oi ? ? I m? ? ?? ? ? ; ' It ai itatements of anything thai he absolute!; redltai !e He certainly owe ? . his "??.i. reputation to Justify his assertions I" fa'-ts, be? ?aise, unless I am greatlj mistaken, hi tatemeni ?kene I in the minds of man? ? . .-? : ? ...' ; ... lorable cttlsens th? Impressl >i tin* wer? nol well considered, *;.** the] r anj facta thai he nan pro ndlcate a recklessness on h'.: part v ? riouslj Impair bts its' II | tbl? n ' i ? II) Inte ??' 'i t " i hli , : ..:. : al VE ! ?ii'AN .?.'? .? J.?:b, April - . 1895. ? Tin: rit? ip >.'i:i> bi y i.?i PATH. To the K ! tor of 'i he Tribu? Blr I> irlng the last few weeks your prtper h.-e* *m?l .??<?-.??:.,! articles whl h strongly advocated the con? v??rs'.' ? irface ?if tu.? old Crot?n Vqueduct i . ndcr i ..th for the uss of bl > 'lists ai ?Ition taken a the Board of ?Pul 11 \" ks ha I the right u but s little e asmins? l the fa< : thai - ; ? ? ?. acquire I lands for the constru I mal ens e of the .. , iedu \ : : i sr as the ' extent of their powei v ordlngly, .. i :ii bas been iduced Into both bran hea of ti,.? Legls u ssklng thai the acl of ? i ;.- s, amended ??- to Kive th?- corporation of the rlty of Ne? York the right to use the aqueduct for the . ir,-.,,>.. above mentl Y.aur Issue ..:' *?prll :i contained a abort edi torial referring t-? this hill, ai i ui li ; the army of bicyclist? ? . ;..-.i.-?.v.?l energy In sui port of the Mil. This article siso contained the tatemeni "that the proposal bill irjur'i no I and that ther? ??..i i no o| ; lit Ion t.? it." Neil hi r of the i is har lly true, '???? , the ,::??. - ' V":iii"'?. Dobba Perry, 1 r\. and Tarry town great Injurj to property would fol I???- If the pi . . . . ? ? "i houl 1 be ? i i ?:? ' and the re Is mai li oi I osltl n to II VVI but little ABSOLUTELY PURE THE OLD RELIABLE SWEET CAPORAL CIGARETTE H.-'.j Stood the Test of Tim? MOrtS SOLD THAN ALL OTHER BRANDS COMBINED i 11 ii m m i iii ?in lapos i X) E A F NE88 I And i!i:\.> MUM'.*? relieved Of sssaa Wllsoa'a ? oiRuion '??'iii?v hur Iii-.,m?, n?w ?. haSt'th lnv?n? ! lion. '11.-y are rafe, ml i .-,1 invisible, hava no a-Ira 01 ?Irin* att? hmenl ?eafaeaa Im? i?e?n r*llavs4 aft>-r Tu year.?' BtandlnK. Mi Oeorga H. \Vil?.,n. Inven. t.?r. i? in chars? if New-York ?"? ?. anal h* w.n ?ak? 1 ? ? .re In explainlra Snd aboWlDS ?he ni<-rlt? of tha 2rum?. Writ? for pamphlet or rail ?'nnsultatl-n arid ? i ? ill?." :"-?? \VII??>?i Kar Dram Co., 1,1X9 TtToaArror, Ne?? Varie. \*J FREE FROM n jSi\ Are the great 1 &*?. A ferers wh<? S \T E^\ AMi-i'o\n PI \ 5^ tut.y quick au FREE FROM RHEUMATISM great tnaiority of aui rely on Cutlcura laater, a wondsi* y i. il. ?. autlduta to pain. EVERY CAKE f ?V K. I irusslat'a h n a |.p?d mi ..and It. ?iel in | m? iLiiis' 9 of the land In the vicinity of the piares naitnii ts now owned by ths descesalantJ of those who o*m?so it when the gquediKi-t waa > >jt.?trurted, still, ths parti. - who I" ? ame th- owner? from time to tira? took title with th- ??'i'.-1 --landing that the surface r.f th? aqueduct wonld not be disturbed by th? Commissioners, excepting for r?paira, Two years sine? the r.immt-s'.oners decided to .r.-i on the aqueduct g telephone line, and In lo? cating the poles ptacH thesa, so far as practicable? so SS to disfigure th- land* as Int.- a* po??ihle. la I many places lbs ? p? lud poanoa atona* tbs .'ace of ?4o| ' . SI d t! ? oWaatsra of the adjacent lands It ted to gratia over it, thus mak ymmetricaL They have alio been permitted to ; lant Sowers ind tow-crowlag shrubs. SI . upon Ihe line; also to l.r.r;? their roadway or carriage entrances to i ? iltaol? ?rade, and to , . ? . ? or ? ..i;.?, i-, many casts the squ? ! : I passes althin a few feet o' the front of pxpeni re? knee?, srhtch would he rendered of little value ?rlth a public highway estah'.ished as propose?!. While the individual eyeU?r may l?<> a mue light to '.. k i; on. sttli a f.impmy ??' from tblrti to fifty passing one's front door, es? i.e.'lally on Sunday srhen th? thronn is greatest, is hardly an aura, tlon to i ountrv Uf? There are undoubte<llv ?everal .iu:t.^ long str?tc*-ea? foil? wing the line of tne aqueduct where a bi<*y-els path could I"- constructed wuh little annoyance to owner? of adjacent lands, but to establish one ovsr it* ?'hole length arouM In many instances be a detrtmeni Another '-ature of the casa I no? i?> losi skIu of. via., ihat when '.ht cdtjr acquired the rlghi i" construct thi? aquMuet very fest of tb? land owner? coi ?'ejred the.r land? or th- r own free will It wa* .?imply an ex- mpliftca tlon of ih.? old saw, that "the king ?-an do no wrom,." and that "mlgbt makes riKht." U. IC. HOPKINS Tarrytown, N. v.. A;ril la, ISX. TU!-" PARU PRIBON CnNOBBM. T.? the Editor of T1'.-- Tni.un??. Si: In ?our very satlsfs tory acCOUBl of th? In? ternational Penttentlsry Congreas, to a?.?embie in l'an?, contained In your issue of April 14. ytni printed tbs data of the opening of the congress aa Jun>> lu. Ah The ITtbuns Is of so ?vida -irvula tl -:.i deem? ' so accurate always? I take tha liberty to say the French i'ovrrnment has fixed jut: ? 10 as the late of the o:.''nmg of the congress. If mu will do me ih. k ? ti ? ?- ta make the ?tats ment ihat tb? ?late of the opening of the eongrajsa ;? June ? I ?bail be ?'.??? ply obliged, and It may be >ie to s me of our American delegates, whs have .?-..en your former statement. .1. L MH.I.mAN. Becretary of the National Prison Association Allegheny, Penn., April U, '? A NKW NAME ?""OR THE BII.I?. To th> Bdltor Of the Tribune. s r. Would It not be wise for 'he schoil teachers of N'ew-Yor* City to -mm l a petition to Albany, men ly a?kitic to hive th.- name of the b'.l'. No, Z?M, the ao-calli I "'''tnpro:ni?e" hill, changed? Call it the "81 ?? .-on.'ernlng New-York City school teachers. This rame might prove more Interesting than the other, u I nor? "f the geo tlernen might ?? ? i the bill thoroughly befors EL "> ' A" .,,?,.. il. A. g? New ?. orle, A| ni Z2. IfM TO AUTHORS FOR "Stories of Mystery" The Chu ago Record offers to authors the sum of $80,000 for original stories written in English, no parts of which have ever tien heretofore published. The offer is made upon the following conditions: $20,000 will he paid in twelve cash prizes for the best twelve stories. The money will be divided as follows: First Prizo - - - $10,000 Second Prizo ----- 3,000 Third Prizo - - - - 1,500 Fourth Prizo. 1,000 Fifth Prizo - 800 Two Prizes of ?5600 each - - 1,200 Fivo Frizes of $500 each - -_2,500 Making a total of $20,000 The fir?*t prize will !.<> ?paid for the story a-iju'l?ed t ? he the boo*, the ??econ.! pr1e?s for the story ad.iii.in.-i the n< to l*?st, the third pris? r.?r the at iry adjudged to be the t| : i in merit, the foui-th pri/... for the fourth In merit, the tilth print f.vr the fifth In. merit; two prl/.' s of ItM each and ?vs prize.?? of $M?0 sasch, thu-?i making the total o:' twclvs priM? In j:<j."i)?j. ?< $10,000 additional will be paid at space rates for stories of accepted value but which may not be awarded any of the twelve cash prizes. The stories submitted in this corn-petition are required to ?be "stories of mystery," in other words stories in which, the mystery is not explained until the hist chapter, in order that readers may be offered pri?tes lor guessing the solution of the mystery in advance of its publication. Th" Ht'.rleH must r.?a. h 7'eV Chbtitjo Record U Its office .-if publication, 1S1 Madi? ??ton street, e'hlrae;,.. ill., before o,?t. 1. lSi>?. and the awards will be made as soon after thfit date a* they can be toad a.nd judged. Ft full Inf'irniatl.m SUtkors will a?l?lres?? YICTOH F. LAWSON, Publisher The Chicago Record, Chicago, III?, I. S. A.