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SENTENCE OF M'LAUGIILIX.
CONF?.VEMKNT IN STATE PRISON FOB
TWO TEARS AND A HALF.
AN nrnCRMKDIATE BTAT. OBTAINED rROM JUDGE
OATMOR- A HKAiaMi TO BB HAD NEXT BAT?
fl'.UAV-THK PBI80NEB WAS A POUCS
nnpsXTOB WHEN si:nti:nti:i?.
i
bot them ceased to
pr a member of
TB1 FORCE.
Jndgs Barrett yesterday morning sentenced Po? .
Bee Inspector William W. McLaughlin to two years
an.i a half In ih< State Prison at Sing gins. In ?
the afternoon Judge William .1. Qaynor, -'tting at
N.'Wburf;. ??rant? ! -in Intermediate stay in t!.-- i i-o-, :
untii a hear.n - ? Baturda? next : an appllca- (
tlon to ahow oa ? m Ls ighlln hould not |
aecure a certificate of reasonable doubt as to;
Whether the Judgment attains: him should stand.
Tb- conviction ?.! McLaughlin mi ..i.: .i: I
the ttfe inst., un ?i ii ut? of extortlna ????' from w.
L. S-\iRrist on November 21, ISM. 'lie- maximum
P? nalty for the offen?;?,- ,s Imprisonment for five
years.
Whan the prisoner was arraigned for sentence h-?
held the full rank of Insp? 'or of Police. In view
of the opinion of Ju?'?c Barrett th.it hi? dismissal
last w. i-u was Illegal, th- PoUc? Commit
hei.l a private meeting Tuesday night and restored
McLaughlin to his old place a? a men.!,, r of the
force. His sentence to State Prison carried with
H his dismissal 'rom the police Department, and i?
ls unir ?easary foi tha Commissioners to act further
In the matter.
IN Till-: COURT m" OTBR AND TERMINER
McLaughlin ?va* taken fr an th?? Tombs to the
Court of Oyer and Terminar by Deputy-Sheriff
Kelly at io o'clock yesterday morning The cor?
r? ?or? of the new Criminal Courts Building ware
then crowded wuh people, who star? i curiously at
th- prisoner. He bore th.ir gase with composure.
In the courtroom Colonel E. C. Jam,.. McLaugh?
lin's leading counsel, had a long conven itloa with
him. ?li.- associate ci mi .. Abran, i Elkua and
Mr. Mend, were ui.-o present Congressman Will?
iam Stii/.'-r came into court and shook banda with
McLaughlin.
When Juif,"- Barrett to??k his s<at on the bench
he decBned to Kraut th.- application for the dis?
missal of the Indictments against ex-Pollca Cap?
tains liononue and Doherty, and sud tha ca.-e-j
couK' ko over till next fall.
The convicted Police Inspector having been called
to the bur for sentence, Colonel James mads a
plea for clemency m his behalf, dwelling on the
record of McLaughlin's 1 :,?? s? rVlCS in th- depart?
ment and referring to ins wife and children.
In passing sentence Judge Barrett sal.I:
I shall not at this tini.? a i I n, the weight of your
humiliation by a single hn expn - ?n. in truth,
1 have nothing in my heart bul r gret for a wrecked
life, i:. :. iderlng what punishment ??ill be ad. ?
<iuate to ?he ??ut- expiation of your offence, I hav.
Bought, and sought willingly, all reasonable ?rounds
for tir- exercise of clemency. I r?alise it.?: your
conviction card? i ??lth it t,. an unusua
own punishment. In ilso tie- tact that m
your case ?i j"-; verdict \?..~ perhapi ol greater
consequence than any individual pi naity. For such
a verdict t?-n Is to fortify und uphold public faith
in tie- efll tlency of the law, even when ? ? s
gr?a' an i .!. ? IW( rful IniiU. -
Then, too, the aentence which I feel bound to Im?
pose will carry with it tie- forfeiture of a ??-ri-at
and honorable office, which you havi sained by
twenty-five years .,t undoubtedly valuable ? n
in various phases ol duty, i would that I might
alter the sentence with regard to the ?.la?-i- of fm
prlsonment, as l have been earnestly requ. ted to
ilo, and as 1 have wished to do. Bui I cannot
bring myself to permit any possible doubt as to
your future official status as an Insp. ttor of Police.
Surh a doubt would be a grave public scandal
In all other rt -\-? 's. though not overlooking the
abuse of the power Intrusted to you by the people,
I sha'.i .: ???,!?? t?. the requeal i?.r clemency, ami
grant it in due and even tall measure.
The Judgment of tie- I'ourt i.-? tii.it you t,.? im?
prisoned in the ?State I'risoti for th,- period of two
years am! six months.
McLaughlin was very pale while listening to the
sentence, but showed no other s.kii of its iff.-ot
upon him.
Colonel Jame? asked thai M< Laughlln m!i:ht have
a week In wh'ch to arrange his private affairs, an i
jii'ik'e Barrett granted thi- request, McLaughlin
was then taken i?ack to the Tomba
JllDOE OATNOR'B CHANT OF A BTAT.
Kdwnrd T?. MoCsIl, one of the counsel for Mc?
Laughlin, yantarday afternoon applied io J tdgeOay
nor. of the Supreme i'ourt. then holding Circuit at
Newburg. for an order requiring the Dtstrict-Atl r
rey to show chuso on Saturday n?-xt why M 'Laugh
lin should not obtala a certificate of reai
doubt as to whether tha Judgment render? l In his
caso should stand. Buck certificate operan
stay, ?*>adtn| bis appeal, an I tha Judge granted
an intermedia'.-- stay ut.t.i the appll atton shall be
h.-.irl an I .;? i ii 1.
The order was applied for upon an affidavit made
by Mr. McCall. stating the facts of McLa ighlln's
trial and conviction, and citing many alleged errors
which were alleged to have been commit!) l In the
course of the trial. Judge Qaynor granted it.rder
to show cause, and with It wrote tt. : ? wil
memorandum:
The statute formerly -.vis th-it a persoi
of a felony could apply ?n turn to every Justice ol
the Supreme Court In the Btate for s stay pend?
ing appeal. Now, ? ap n ? n ?- has ,-. pro?
cedure to 1 innoyai and .!, ise,
especially in the McK in< the statute
was so amended that sppllcatlon for a ?ta;
ma . i nil ? e, and then only upon n ?tl ?-.
an I his decision to be final.
Thli Inn th?? rinht t?. apply t i any
Suprema Court Just I . m thi Btate bj rae term? of
tin? statute, I do not understand that 1 hav? .,- .
rinht to refuse to hear It; I therefore grai
order to show cause, Hut If I shall i< detained here
at Newburg longer than this week, the hearing will
have to be here.
POLICI-: HOARD AFFAIRS
riECoovrnoN OF BRAVS OONDUCT thi: MATOS
WJUTM !N" BKHALF OF CAB HOR813S.
The Po'.i-e Cor:- met yesterday at 11:3o
o'clock. They i;rant?^l honorable m'-ntlon and a
medal to Patrolman Thomas Enrlgbt, of th?- Bast
Sixty-scventh-st. Statt? ti, for I ivlng the life of
Alice ON? ill. of No. 1...'? Kast S-v-n'v :.i ; -., .:.
June 9. Sh<? Jumped overboar?l at the foot of Bast
Blxty-flrst-st srlth suicidal Intent, Bnrlghl sprang
In after her and rescued h?r.
The Commissioners ha i t? I ire them ?orne Infor?
mation concerning the bravery of Roundsman Mi?
chael (?Jim m. ol lbs Bteamboal Squad, and i'a
trninan William H. Duggan, of tha Baal Fifty
first st. station. Gorman saved a man from drown?
ing al the Battery one night last weak. It was his
in only-fifth raaeaa Duggan distinguished h'.mneif
In arresting some burglars.
"In cnnnec'lon with '?tese oflVers," said President
Rooaevelt, "I wi.-:h to say that I have had them
both befor?> rne. They art- worthy men. Th re is as
much ground for recognition In a case iik,? Dug
gan's as in t'.. saving of Ufa I wlsS It t ? lie un?
derstood that these are the two el,.s-, ? of courage
which will receiva greatest recognition at tha hauls
of the Board: First, the man who saves Ufa and
second, tbe man who protects the s, lurlty cf tin
citizens In the arr.-st Of criminals. I: Is thi polloy
of the Board to ancourags snd reward bravery of
tin ss kinds."
Acting Chief Conlln was ordered to make reports
In the cases of Gorman an?l Duggan, who will prob?
ably receive honorable mention at th. next m< t
ing of th?- Hoard.
A coinmuniration v. is received fr?,m the Metro?
l?olitan Telephone Company relative to tl.? om
plaint nuda by ax-Mayor Matthewa, of Bo ton,
who aikigTil that Policeman Paony, of the Urand
Csatral Station, wrongfully compelled him to pay
H for the use of a telephone in Forty-eecond-st.
The letter conveyed the Informatio". thai tbe ex
Mayor had usf I the company's telephone lino to
Huston, anl that tie two-dollar ebarge was proper.
Th.- eoirimiinicatlon was til d.
Tin- CoasaslaStOSterS directed that hon, raid.? men?
tion be mud-? a? th? :. sord of Patrolman Wdiiuin
II y r, of the Klngsbrid re Station, for stopping a
runaway nor?e on May M
The surgeons rsooaaaaeaded that the foUowtna
asembar*) of tha faros arara permanently disabled:
Koundsma'i M : hail Parlay, Pair dman Henry
?ohanits and Patrolmaa Edward M, Rogsn. The
Board reiireii Roondamsa i irlay oa a pension ?.:'
trw ? yiar. sad Um two patrolnsaa mi ponaioaa of
t70l) a year ea?h.
A?? mbiyin? n o'Gr.i'iy and Arsnatrong aallod as
the l'i?iiiiiii"sl?iii. ? v. hi.,- the Hull was in ss ilon.
Assemblyman 0*OrSdj ' i IkiIi man ..f th?. >.;? i.,?
committee apt-olnted In mvest1g.it.- the reparta that
money hud I.ii raised bv th.. N.-w-Vork police to
defeat the Police I;? orifanlsntlon bill. Mr, o'Orady
said that the committie would lie-in It? MvOBtlga
tlot.s next week.
Mayor Btiaag sent a letter t.i Prsaldsul nooarrnli
r?-latlve t?) the complaints mile |.y some ritlSSSM to
th? itnnrl of Health gbasg the ear l?oraaa of the
Bei-ond Av. r.ne RsUlOsd COOSpaay standing In the
atre??t. The COcnglSlntS were forwaideil to the Po?
lice Department. The Mayor wrote, In port:
The complaint mndv to you two day? uto in re
pari to the Second Avenue Railroad Company
standing their i th mer of Twenty?
? .- ?:. an i Becon l-ave la .1 thing which ?I :
i..- looked lato x'lx carefully, .1- I regard their
stationing 1 eir hoi then 1 1 humanitarian
act, and while It may Inconvenience one or two of
th* n< Ighboi -, the most of the o. ?;;? ...?- ..." tbe
hulldlnra around then are not In opposition to
II at all, and tli- Secon l A? ? 1 pn 1 "? :
to go t.. th" Roard of Alderm? 1 foi 1 ; rmit dur?
ing the hoi months to rtve th? m th? ; 1 ? ? g< of
k-rpinr 11 relay <?f horses al that point, and until
th? n I : h iul i be dispos? I to b ver) i- ni? 1 t to tbe
poor horses.
In concordance with th?. Mayor's wish, the :
deferred action on the complaints.
Detective John McOlnnls, of th" Central Office,
was commended for bravery it? stoppings runaway
)?? : ..t Broadway and T? nt 1
BOBBBT 9BAV GOBM To CATSEILL.
Robert Ora % who waa in a cell in the Tombs on
Tues.lay night while having a ben? tit performanc*
at the Academy of Music, lefl here f?.r Catsklll
yesterday In tl?" custody of Conslsbl? Bates, Me
Is wanted for the alleged larceny ol I2S from Mrs.
Lyon, of the Silver A*h Inatitute, of CataltllL
CHA SOFS AT THE VIA TTSBVBO SOMMEE SCHOOL
<>n account of sickness la the teaching stall ? f
Catholic Sumiller School at Plattsburg, there
will be when the acbool opens, on July 7. some
changes from the published programme. Father
ilalplne la still confined at St. Vincent's Hospital
with erysipelas, from which h" Is ?lowly 1 . 1 ?
and his retirement Is final. Th" Rev. M. 1'. Doonan
will deliver only fix- of the ten lectures In the
course of philosophy. Oeorg* Parsons Lathi p
withdraws from th?1 cours.- ?.f English literature,
. n ? hi 1 ace will be supplied by the Rev. Hugh T.
Henry, of Overbrooh Seminary, Philadelphia. Mme,
Lemcke baa been Invited t.? glvs s two weeks'
course in domestic economy? snd has accepti ?
Brother Potamlan, known In England a? Dr.
O'Reilly, will come over from London t.> lecture on
?? lenoe.
Tin- Administration Hull.lim- has been completed
and the lecture*, formerly delivered In the Opera
j House, will he given In the new .mbly hall Th?
Kr.'uii'ii have tuen laid out for .1 i?iuet, lennl
I other gnmes? snd the beach on the lake ha
: ?rol ready for boating, bathing and n lilni Tl
: American f'anoi Association will '...1 11 annual
I rr.e.-t Ht H.uff Point, August i? to C, adjolnlnu ihn
1 grounds
OBDAIXF.? AS PBBSBTTXB1AB MINISTBBS
in tii. Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church last
evi '? two licentiates from the t'nlon Theological
Seminary wer* ordained They wer* 1 ph 11
Robinson, who hi- been pr?s htm In the Atlantic
Avenu? Chapel in Brooklyn, and Edward 1. Chi
eh? ter, who ha* been the Rev, Dr Tlnaapaon'i ,
mxt.?iit in '.'.on.1 < i -"?!?.'. 1:1 Chapel, In Eaai Pli
tirhi ?t The 11?-v- Jenas Portiei Moderatoi
Pr? at ? '? 'v. pr? aided, It Charlea t'ulhberl Hall
preached ta? sermon Th? ordination pray??i ?..?.
offered by the Rev. Dr II 11 Chap?n, at 1 the
chars- to ?he II.? "Hat. was g|V. ? by the l<"\
C 'irles I, rbompeon, pastor of ih?> Ma.1is.1n av,.
1.hi Chur h
DECISION AGAINST CAPTAIN EAKIN8.
A WRIT OF MANDAMUS DENIED JL'DOE BI8CHOFF
HOLDS THAT A CHARGE was PENOIN?
AOAtSST Till" OFFICER WHEN HE AP
PLIED FOR RETIREMENT.
Judge Blschoffi of the Court of Common Pm
hr?s denied the application of Police Captain Joseph
H. K'ikir.s for u perempt ry writ ol mandamus to
compel the Police Commissioners t" retire h m fr.mi
? rce with s pension. The motion t.? restrain
th?- Commissioners from proceeding with the trial
??f Capt iln Eaklna w'.'is abandoned by <>>in;'-'-1 upon
the argument for tiie writ.
Tti.- Judge In hla opinion s.iy.s tint under th? u.
partlaan Police act the retirement ..f s i>..ii>'
upon his application is mandatory upon 11 >*? Board
of Police if the officer hall have served upon the
foret- for a term of twenty-Bva year*, and there
?hall in- "no charges against him." Captain Baklna
bad served on the force for twenty-nine years. He
maiie his application for retirement, which waa
refused apon the proun 1 that thon- were charges
pending against him at the tlms hi* application
xvas made, Complaint In uniting had been made
against the captain by the Society for the Pre?
vention of Crime on May II last for alleged delin?
quency xxitli r. L-.11 1 t" tli.- suppression of e\;i .?-,
aorta In his precinct, which was referred t.. one ? .'
the Commissioner? Captain Eaklns presented h 1
?.un for retirement on May 30. Formal
1 In writing were made ai ilnst the captain
on May 2: last. In behalt ?I th? B clety for the
Prevention of ?run.', and ..11 that very day tho in
n of tli.- . aptaln for r? I n ment w..s il.
Th? question 1? t..r.- the Court was whether the
complaint of the soct"ty constitu?? I a pending
charge within the meaning of the act
MR ROOSEVELT TALKS TO IN8PECTOR8.
Till; ENFORCEMENT OF THE EXCISE LAW?FED?
LBRS FAIL TO PROVE CHARGES OF
BLACKMAIL
President Roosevelt summon? 1 A? I a : ?Thief Con?
n's and Actinp Inspector* Cortrlght, Brook* and
McCullagn before him at Police Headquarter* yes?
terday morning, and ha.l something t.. say to them
nt'O'.it the enforcement of th.- excise law las: B ;
day. The pou--" made M excise am ita, the larg?
est number ?ver made on a Bunda) before. Mr.
Roosevelt told the Acting Chief and It apectora that
he xvas pleased xx-.tli their work. "The la* ??
talnly was better cnforccil last Sun.I y than it had
been for some time past," he ?a? i. "1 am very
xveii satisfied xxith th- ?t?"n.s you an- makii
comply xvith the law. Now I want you to .!?> Still
Letter next Sun.lay. Keep right >.:i and enforce
tli" law aa rigidly as you can." The president
Instructed Acting Chief Conlln t? r. port to h m
Which .apta::', makes ti'..- largest number ot ? ?
arrests n.-xt Sunday, 1 ?ptaln In ??
precinct the smallest number 1- n
Roundsman Michael A. Down* and v.f
Kerin J. Larkln and John Kennv were place?!
trial before Pr? aid m R ?ose *elt ]
noon. Thes? sre the offl? ? ?
).;.: kmall on t=>st B le ? ui
\\.r.- nearly fifty wlti
many of w horn were p ?I.f - The 11
men w< re all attach? ?1 to the
at th.- time the 1 h irgi were 1 ne onl
\vh.. appean I thi m i\. r-- 1 n 1 ;
named Israel Itajli ki ??; No. 31 Heatt-r-st., an.I
Moriu Schl. km..n. of N .18 1 'i h. ?; ? ?
.I..I..O . ho* ever, wa* f sue! 1er 1 hat i o
ci.s.- waa ma rs? and
the cas* xx...? .1 IJou ? . .
MISSIOSABIES PAST FOB A TEAL.
CLOSE OF THE INTERNATIONAL UNION MKl.TtVi
AT CLIFTON BFRINOS.
flifton Springs, N. T., June 19 (8p? Is!).- The In?
ternational Missionary Union adjourn? 1 to-day
aft?.r th?. on" week'* session of ;ii?' twelfth a
m? ?-tin?*. it has been lb* Sneal m? ting which
the I'n!..n has ever held, composed <>. 108 in
art? . U boards ..r denominan 1 itrles
1..1 t night saw the largest number of ml narle .
forty-three, xv?i.> have sv? r gatl ?red at 01 ? ? n th*
platform. Th* farewell sddress w? 1 en to
them by ?.i.f their osm number, the Rev. I?r.
Henry A, J- ssup, of Si r.... ;
da) x>.is .?. x-..'. I to giving th vie? uf thi ?
? ? 10 been In ihn ??? I
t.. its reaults. Dlshop Pi nl 1 1
thing* x?, hlch hav ? ; ;
the fact that ih" hj mm and turn
meeting have evidently been known t.. th
t... |y ..f th. -?? dlff? 1 .-i.t n ? ' ? Ihcli
mon Inherltan ?< ?n th? waj In which th?
Holy Sj.irit Iim^ turned the mind of thi? whol?
Union to the thought of how to make apoatlea, h ???.
to send out gradu?t) ? an 1 how to maki thi ?
support Itself; third, tli-- courage which <i"i 1
: naries. "1 have be? n .1 aol II r," ?Id hi
"tint I never saw on any Seid such .1 dl ; i.< ? ol
courage, belonging to youi g sn ! <?! 1 n
alike. Not a word of falter anywhere; not ..
charge, but a lifelong pre Ing on, 1 fing up <
. 11 ? n and everything."
Th-- venerable Dr. Hepburn *pok* of th? gr? itly
changed wori'l fr'.-n that which h* knew xxi.'-n he
went out. 1 ?r. Hepburn xxi-ii. .1 be wen
ilk?- these young missionaries, Mat.y spoke 0
hopefulness snd brotherhood which thla m< I
has Illustrated snd exemplified A Methodist
minister said: "Ton ire ths happiest and br ?
and cheeriest company ol persom 1 ever got
among."
Ti," t'nlon passed spirited resolutions of a* m
pathy with th?- aurvlvora of the Sa; um mi
crea calling upon British Christ lam to unite In
prayer to <i"i and 1 r? petition to Her MaJ? ty'
<;.?xcinm?'nt f.?r just measur? -. 1
the new opportunities and responsil Ite
t'.an churches from tl..- China .1 >? . . vv .? 1:
phatic resolution* against rum In Africa and >.; lum
in China were adopt? .. also greeting! and encour?
agement to the varioua missionary, 6oard? and no
f'ti-ties In xiixx of it"- progr? in heathen and
Mahometan lan^s. f?n?l t.. I
urging th'-tn t.. per* v. r notw thai indlng the pr.
ent monetary stringency, Th? Union will 1 ?a?
semble here in June text year.
'..?/. BXWS SBBTIOB APPBBCIATED,
Rochester, K. v., Juas H, An . Mortal Is "Th?
Rochester Democrat-Chronicle" to-dai says:
in ii?? f.irinui rtsoiuiioii to maintain .t.- pressai
relations with ths Unite 1 Presa the Southern
Press Association shows its ?usanclatlon of 4:00.1
ami reliable news service.
?-?sas**-? ?asg a ~wi ~as aw i ir rJ-r*~J"J' ?i
850 Broadway, Union Sq. & 18th St.
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
1126S| -?a. Adapted for
Marbles, ^0p,:nF,replacH5'
Mosaics. WALL5 & FL00RS
I'ln.si i.ixmIs?Makers' Prices.
RAILROAD INTERESTS,
THREE DIRECTORS RETIRE.
REORGANIZATION OF THE BOARD OP THE M'.W.
TORE, BttSQt'EHANNA AND WESTERN l'INAN
?i?1. AFFAIRS 'I" BE REHABILITATED.
i iv.., of th.? results of the meeting of the direct >rs
fork, Sui iiiehanna and We t? r-i i:. :
. Com\ my -il last Friday, at whieb A. !.. Hon?
ra* sa I '? president, became Known yester?
day when Alfn l Bully, lloraos w. Puller and
t?..-r r- tir? 1 fr,.ni th.- Board Of
?? he ii.-.? !? ? '?? l will ? ' of \. I.
Hopkins, Blmon Bora. H. O, Armour. T. Mclntyre,
C. C. Cuyler, <;. V Hobart, Henry Bandford, Roo?
m ;i r: Irtdge, n. B, Plant, J. vV. Os len aa i >?
\V rouns. ??tii one vacancy, Mes?ra. Hopkins
and V ?una lili h.- two ,.' :.".-? places Ii ft by the three
reining Urectors. Simon B ?rs expected to
the pi i ? of i halrman of the Board.
A ,| re ? :? of the ,. . ? ? 1erl.-iy: "It
?^ ,,., illy. Pu r and Min* ihelmer
? ;i ,. ? he Boni l. thouRh their sue ?
l1;iV? .. ? ,. : T ? An .' 'ii lira of the
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It ?/as reported in Wall Street yesterday th.u
. ,. ,v the rampani ii 11 been
I :-.,,, i . I that the Inlei ?si will be
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CHARGES OF ClTTTINO PASSENGER RATES.
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<v iy c ?mpany, rei terday from hi? trip to
v irfoia .:?? i "' iltln re His prop 11tlon t i the City
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PROPOSED UNION BTATION AT BlTFPALO,
Itufl . J ii .. "The 'i Imi i" I ? th it
the radii ?ads entering Buffalo, other than I
controlled bj the Vanderl.
decide 1 to erect a uni ?a tatlon al I.
and tberehj escape the Ii Inite they hare ;
v. in t i the New York Central for th?
lutter'? station and also th? Immei ? ? ? ,-.
vatlnc tle-ir tracks in accordant?? with the
croi Ins plans, esitlmati ! at V. 500,1 ?
XtiD [hiblitatione.
TMIE KORTM
SOCIETY'S PROTECTION AOAIN8T DE?
GENERATES.
0) ?r n . .id" article? will ?'??? a Mscaastnn of n
ir.nie-T.-ix I" ? ? ? Hi,. ?... . r I. Ii '. ind
I tan) Atton>?y-Qenexal Whitney; "Coin'? Food t .?
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fast Urtauwlch. It. L
instruction._
For Both Bexss.?City.
T, TUT EDITOR OF THE TRIBU!??.
sir- I -iii not much . f a bualncaa man: snd for that
pro! ibly, I Ilka to think and putter. Da
men vu know, nev? II Ink: they act. i hav? kn ?rn
. ... 1 -, -., pencil snd paper figur? them?
n i, m h few mlnut?.. And that is aa Mr aa ihey
. , ,r.l rlchsa. Tii.p. ar? m-n. also, who kn ?
,.? i , advert?s* -r thtnh U 1 ?' snd II
.. n ,,,..v r. .,? i. that r -i? ?i.r.w sway thousands
-tiring, snd thsy will Just .how the
resting It. And so
m m iin| i,.,, ?: r I no end. And the worst of
,?l i di.|ik? ?. say thta ?" font face- lh<
???rally t.o-i'i by th? net? '-""- N"w ' hav? ':' 'r
...... h newspaper that * ?Idi " ' ??' kln''" "r
wild advertising ?chea ?' " " " ? ?
t,?. I..-II-nt Newspaper? UM best of them: *v?n religious
,,....mi-? ?in tell v .i that H.nil I? -lUmate way ' i
,. ,. ., th.. ?h lughtful. |.ni.' ?ble put? li Is Ih? ugh I
columns And ?v?n ?om? of them ?ncourage "reading
? at a dollar a lit.", and "n ? su? il n?
ily Mr. K.iitor. I think Um "reading nott?-?" fraud
,. one of Un anpai lona ' I urnalUm. I wish
? ? ni ?om* law aga?n*t II ???d'** th* n* ral law. and
l, ., , ??y newspaper thai praetlP ? and ? u ?II
was in Hi- deep fathoms of th? ..can buried. Belling
, ? ,?. r.. rnlsdem? ?nor besld? th? crime of ?elllng
?it. rial opinion.
Th!? is a Iceture. N w, I will go on wttb my *ad " I
by aajrlns thai ' ?'"" '? ' |,:'"'" ? '""'"'? "n'' ' r
,, ,, ,.. ;. ., i ilk- t. think snd patter, And i am think?
Ing now that it ha.? reel m? l??-? twenty i liara to b? able
to give away two book?, Of cours?, if the siring away
? ,i,.. two books ?'ksjI.1 indue? two fathera to ?end their
,?? , goM to n.v school, I sti-.'U-l very likely ;:? I my
.,.,,1 ?, ,r.-. .. .. Dut .m I d?| id on that '
? think n a chant** worth taking? Cone, now, i"t
m be b ti-?t with *ach other. Do >"? raaMy think that
this i? a profltabls ?ray lo advert? ?1 Would yon do n if
.... ig my placel Roo? ??? no* '
When vni writs me prepay t?." poslag?, snd sddre <
S. B, PACKARD,
toi Bast 3M?et.
Wew-Tork. .tune n?.
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1 M ..il- n Squar? feor. SBth-et ?"'I H way?.
Fejd?-nt.< may ??gin at any timo. Opea all Summ???.
For Young It" City.
MADEMOISELLE VII.TIN.
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a FIREPROOF SCHOOL BUlVDtSO.
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C?lJ.t:?i- PREPARAT?**
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I?.- PEEBLES ami MISS THOMPSONS
loAl.i't.Nv. ANO DAY SCHOOL K'?h UIRLS,
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REAL ESTATE.
BUSINESS AT TUB KXCHANCES.
The crowd ?ii front of William Kennelly's stand
at the Broadaray Mlaaroorn yesterday witnessed
the m si exciting and rapid bidding for a parcel of
property thai was ever knoara on th? floor of tho
salesroom. Th?> property is known as No. 35 Bow?
ery, a six-story bronrnatone bulldlnff on a lot ??fix
17ix25xl74.2, and also No. 31 Uayar.l-st.. slx-8tory
brlck building, ??n a lot 17.Oxia.li. which wasi ordered
by tho courl i-, be sold in partition proceedinga m
the -lit of .Maximilian Toch .??alnst Henry M.
Toch und others. The property has been in litiga?
tion for years and was sold on Juna 12. t?ut th?- de
fenlant? contended that the property wss not well
advertised and a resale was ordered. The tlrst till
heard was *?>>.0<??. w.n-h was followed by one of
f5.i?J0 and t.';? n by bids of ?1.00?? until PA.A9) was
i, . ? I, when Alfr.-i liliim I.e.une the buyer.
There '???.!>? twenty-two M?ls inn le and tho time
occupied .n disposing of the property was les? -?nun
two mlnutea. Tn.? ?une auctioneer also sold under
foreclosure proc.Iliois Xu. ?f> Hayanl-st., tbree
?tory brick building on a lot 19x?S.10zlrregular. to
.i.r the defendants, Frederick Hahn, tor $8,000;
also under similar proceedinga, No. ??I East Tntrty
?st., live-story brick tenement, lot ttxl04x2S.ax
lOy.Ol'i. t?> H.-nJ.imln Hurst, for $21,700; also in parti?
tion, No. $2) East Beventy-flfth-at., liva-atorjr
brownatone Hat. lot 20x102.2. to J. C. Klatzl. for
Snivth & Ryan sold No. 14n West i?ne-nun<lre,l
and-thlrty-seventh-st., three-story brownstona dwel?
ling, lot 20x9S.lt: also lot, 22x51.11, adjo.nlntf to th?<
westward, to w. K. Hers, t'?.r $1?i."00; also under
foreclosure proceedings No. U6 ISaat One-hundred
and-slxteentn-st., tiir.story brownatona .lweiltnir,
lot 16.8x100.11, to the plaintiff, Napoleon T. Allen,
for $7,000,
Bryan I?. Kcnnelly sold No. i'2 West Kighty-nlnth
8t. four-story bri?k Hat, known ?is The Dayles
foid. lut 36x100.84, :,, S. J. Adams for HH.SUO.
i1. p. Ingranam ?'?? Co sold under foreclosure No.
690 Cark a?? , four-story brt.-k dwelling, on a lot
I8.6xM, to the plaintiffs, William C. .-ituart an?! ,
nife-rs, for j...'..(r?i
At tin? Liberty Street Exchange, R. V. Harnett &
C . s.id No. 219 Baal Blshty-fourth-at., three- i
?tory brownstone dwelling, lot 16.9x1012, to James
C. Perkins, ;..r $8,600.
Nos. in. 41 and 4.1 West l-'oi ty-seeond-st., opposite
Bryant Park, runnln?: through t?> Forty-third-st..
in? been leased f..r .Mrs. Elisabeth McDonald
t?. ,i syndicate. The lease is for s first period
of thirty years, for a gross sum of nearly
!.'?'""'. The lea e contains sgreements for '
three options as follows; for the lessees to buy the
fee. ..?' the ?arid .n a stipulated price; to take the ?
renewal for thirty yi-irs or f..r th?- owners of the
land to j. i ret?ase the building at a stipulated prlre. j
d'l.. Icsaee? will erect a ?Ixte t)-story . ? ? t i ? - ? - build
in?,-.
?myth A Ryan sol l al the Broadway Real Catate
Palesroom, thirty-four lots belonging to th.? satate
of David MI.I, in th.- Twenty-third Ward. In
Sedgwl k, Summit and Ogden and Bremer ave?.
:? al zi i $81.150
Mor in i1. McMonegal, of No, 989 Columbas-ave., j
has sold for Henry Abel the live-story Sat south- i
wesi corner of Blxty-fourth-at. and Amsterdam
ave., 25x100, for 155,000.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
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: ; HxM i .. I.... ? h ?' Hell m. : ?:'?? to Hamlln n
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|.??i? Irregular; '??- r ??? M Smith and wife
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lot) st I ? ? ? Jan? R Kelly.
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i ni 2 ?? "ir?. MO.?!
Martha M t. > Mary A Hurllman, n ?
? .????:?? . ' v ir? . . t*?t
? ? -? No ?Ml and
_?? : -. .- SS . 00
I " ri J. snd v??'.. - - - Bradley A
: 121 ? i.i -i " ' ?' . de?
4 on
i and wife ? ? l* '' Bell, ? ?
-? il rt n ? f ISA) ?? "i I I 888
nxx.-n .ti.l an. iher i ? i : arlea F Mur
? i-i ... . n .- : -i.r .1 : .11. -
I year* ...... f? "???i
M.? ifr.rty, It bert, and sn ther '?? Renn lly?
:;? ?.'.?> fi .? of Park ?ve, i v. ir . IS 280
Mv tlvlni? X and anotl ?r ?n th.? Bail
? Hank, N ? BOS Ttlt ?v?,
I ye.il l*M0
N'upii ' ii 1 w :f.. to 8 R SI ?ne and fin?
N I Ktna ?t, .". years. 18.000
I m r i'i. :.i. k ?;, and another lo Jane Potter,
i I'n ??ott ?ve, t?'i '.' ft a of Roll?n
i . 1.808
i . ph, an ! wife i?? Sim n E lists
I mit h ?i. 223 ft w of C
lu? i ve, iiemaiel. 1 i?n>
Ryan, : t. et to It.xia William?, e ? Bailey
n -, i ? T? m if. ut William .. Hile?, 2 v ii? .. . tin?
i ! n s. and vv if? i i the i mate? ? f
N'n ti ?*.>lumbua-av?. .'i year? 29.000
.'? i'., i . t. .1 ?larland. .? ? Beach ive.
of I? tei ?i ?!??" mil . I MO
Henrj J, to lt..inv 1'iv.r. No its ?"??liim
1 . ? : . ,i . 8 *?')?>
x ? m ! w if., t . th* i:.i?t River S iv
h ? Itui n - Houston -t T?. in ft w of
Vv. ? ?IN,?
; i : -, i . i wife to Pi inklln W.iiuff.
'? n .v,-. .'...( Il fi n f Winchester ?v?,
in?.? ? 2 vt-ara . p mu
lltlll?, \x Itlam and wife to lanoc Butler, I-i '.'?.s.
te, :. yean? . 1.900
i loKeph H in I .n ? thei t i Samuel In-lo...
n .? corner 3-l-at and 19(1 ave, I ye.ir. 1 f.?
i n?l another t.. Frank F Vetter,
i: .? i i? m ?n i in Hunt .? ? it? .i v. ira 1,800
iiii.iv m. Annl? to Ml hael Hrennan and another,
t and I m ?ve, 2 year* . . t BOO
Wltll .? .. Tl m i? ,n.I wife to Mnn A . ? n r II,
lot in?, map Hum estate, :. years . im
Bl'lLDlNf] I'l.ANS FILED.
Th.- f ; m? for n?w building? and alteratloaa
have been i.:-.I vvith th? Building Department June Hi;
n. ... hull.tinga
\ I I .n. i . ? n ? C T .'.till, ?t, ?IX -I II v nil.I :il
lie I Irk Mai. nit? Hospital, hy William Sloan?,
f Kn 542 3th .iv.' .1130.000
ISTll? and I ?us h ata, Walnut-av* snd Harlem
River, two in. -'.iv brick workshop* and fnun
? i I.- i.i Vergne Refrigerating l'ompany,
? i IHtti ?i . TO 000
1*1 .- , N.i 23, iiv. .' .i brick atable and rarrlag*
i, ...-??. i.. peler Itnuaer, ..f Noll i.i av* . 18,000
i t ...... ,i-, e ?, .... fi n of truth ?t. ..ii..
? rj frame toboggan illde, i>? A J it.inw n, ..f
s i.i. Kaal lniii. it 7,-^v
i ? .v n ? ,-,r i.?.ii.ir.i at, nine-dory brick
...i lofia, b) Jame* c Ayer eetat*, f v.
?'??? Wsll-sl .'Jim?.?i
Jin h ?l, Sn ."??.'. ?A'rai (rear), . n.- ii.ii v brick
11>iir.ii vt-atri b? St I'eter** Protsalanl Rptaco
pul ' inn li i if S ?? .im and ?)i Weal S??| i t i,v?
An-ii .tu iv.- w ?. :ii* n n it Southern ll.?ul.
i . i i v\ ti .i v fram ilwelllng, h) Frederick
xx' ivotnniiinn. nf Anthony-ave, n.-.ir Summit
av? . . n.."-j<)
t.v.'tsi. n a, ??? fi w uf Walea-avs, tkrse?story
ra? tenement, by Matthew Walah. Tonn
xi-, radon*
m.m..v -i N.. iii. iv Cathsrlne Byma t., It nve
aiory brick ?toi* .ni aaleanaim. t nun
[With ?' N . ?-?' Raai i.v i r? l?rl? i< r M u t,, ,
f ? n ?to, i brick .i?i?-liiiiK ?_? tHH>
llrand *l n . bstwssa l ??-?. and Ludbiw ?I?,
Iiv .-nv f \,w fiirk i.. , ihr*? ?I -n i.n. it put.
. "?' ?ehotd. 18,000
lath-at, Nn Ml? \V..?i. b] H?l?8 H. In. Ii?i h,.ff to
a ?t.?in mu? beaemenl brich dwelling I tk*?
An.?i. i,|,iiii uve. n a ..iii.r CaXh-St, by William
Sloan* t" u f.nrr.t.iv brick titsumlty hoapltal. mi??)
iit>.ii.i???v. ? w eora*r :i?x?. ?(. b| (VsmsI *?i.ite
I." ? ..?..- ?loi V 111.? '.t..I. . 'M,,
? ' ?rie* ?t No h'.', by Aii...it i'. \v?iiiiik t., n f,,ur.
brick -i..ie snd 1? nemenl . ,, (,m
'' -tin. up . ? ...tt.?r Front ?t. by Rtepbea
H I'll- In ? f,,iir ?i ,rx t.rl. It store, oAeee .in I
?weihng. 3 tarn
SSih-st, N.. ir.7 West, iv Dalai I' it..in t., s
lt.... ?try mil bssatssnl brtrs dwelling. 1 IHN)
i.i i i. .s,, ITS Wrat, i.i Ada 0 t-*uselag ?S a
iw..?ioiv mirt baasmsat l.ri.-k .Iweiiing. | ooo
H.-.ih at, N.. 808 Staat, ty Mlehasl A?h lo a two
?tuiji brkk ?tura and dwelling. L5?H
QUnnoentfnte.
MANHATTAN BEACH.
Swept by Ocean Breezes.
Manhattan's Midsummer Merry Making
Sousa's Concert Band.
?vary sftsrsaen ?n.i evening.
Rice's ^?w*v. 1492
III?U ?I I'p-toDat? Bxtravaaansa. Wtl
t't? t.?-Hut.? BxtravassBsa
Bv< ry ?v?alas except Sunday.
Pain's Fireworks
i.ir.i;??-. .fun?- 29. Every
Sun'iay and Monday,
Rice's Circus Carnival,
ry af'?rrioon and SVaasSSJ exrept Sun
Grand Bicycle Track.
CommenrlnK Suturdiiv, Jun<- 'JU Every evening
f>un?ia>- Hni Monday,
Lially exhibitions of ?p??-?! contesta.
Amusement Time Table.
.too t?i i.-.Mi p. M.Clrewe ?'arnivai.
l-M to ?* P. M.BOeaa's Coaeart.
7 1" le b.ir, p, M....Sousa's Coaeeti
?! to 10:10 P. M.CIROS <'.-irnl??il.
I? t., 11 P. M .rtl.-e's n.iil.'s,,uere.
Special awnownttnwBt... Bleycte Race?.
speolul trulii? leave the )I.n<li after au
per fur mu n??-?.
Ser liiciirslon ? dIiiiiiii for 11. R. lime table?,
?ASI.H.W.I.. i ?!." '.i?'"'n:'S. TO-DAY asu~tS.
MORROW WASHINOTON Vfc NEW-YORK,
i;..i.... t 4 P. M
BROAD U'?~. THEATRE. ?: ? - ??L!M.- .*
LAST '? WEEK?. CAMILLE IIARVILLB
A DAL'ftHTEK OK THE REVOLtTIOM._
< ????It? ? LEOERBR'S A4ml??h?B
< ASINO ASti HOOK (?ARDES. ? ' ,,>?>'.*?*??
THE MERR1 WORLD. ItooK OAatOBS?
!.-. ,?-.-, M ? ? , : M. ?_Eva"?. SOS to If?
t" ^DEN mi's?:.-:.
A \\- III.!' ;n w? '
GRAXD COXCERTS.
THBILBY,
CARRICK THEATER.
ii.30.
2D
EDITION.
GARDE!? Till. \Tlti:. ItlTH WKKK.
M:. A M. Pali . Manaccr. lit MIIHIKH'I
Mats Wed and .,-??? E ? 8:15. TMII.HY.
Ill I!.,.:' 7- ' I' I'll M ! Till I.Il Y.
KOSTER ?4- RIAL'S. ~ MTH ?tT
KOSTER A RIAL'S. .54TH ?T.
THE S"E\? lionr i.vitniiN
THE MiW ROUE (.ARDKV
VAl'DKVILLE SPECIALTIES NOVELTIES.
>I\l)|silN ><ti Alii; ROOF l.AHIJEN "
lO-Ml.HI \ I NilS.
\ mi. 1.? III.? -??.??-Iiiltl? ? novelties
a Imissi m M II: ts k-s, I?.
In th.? rvaat of r.-.in parfonnane? ;n C n<-?Tt HalL
PRO! roll's. Rig S'*, Bll A Su ???s. ~~
PROCTOR'S. TO-DAY AND TO-NIOHT,
P..1)1 Toil's. linn 11 ; 18 M, SO?.
Hl'UERT ALLYN AMMONS-i I. ?RISE THIO.
!.. ? ? ...-.?' . SO oihers^
wi:i: that walk:
?J Am as "? Me? Peatur?? is an
-OLD VIROINNY" CAKE WALK.
"OLD VIROINNY" CAKE WALK
Irresistibly Caml al and All -? ???.- Dlflcrsat from the
.... Display.
II 1. A ? K. AM B-R I C \
lot. a ?? ;: a m i: it i c a.
B-L-A-i '< A M K It I .' \
NATE BALSlU'RY, s ;?? I'lr?ctor.
OlLMORE'S HANI..
OILMORE'S HANP,
vi'.T. l: HF.RIIERT, Conductor.
vMiii'.'i-i: I'ARK,
AMBROSE PARK.
Hr nklyn, Pern fr m Rattery.
T-*i^e dally, I ??'' Bits p. m. Admltaton, 2.V. Reserves^
."si?- . ".-., $li?l.
I I.Illl \? r. GARDEN, C nrled Timen <-'P- Oa?
TERRA? i: liARIU.V M I'.llY HEIRS.
Evi ? ? Bventl | ?? .. ?veeS.I MERRY HEIRS
V? M<n lay, Tu. - ' iv art Wed -?d.-isfaron?.
?the ?arf. _
PARKWAY DRIVING CLUB, *
ltKOOlal.Y*.
SPRING MEET1NQ- LAST DAY,
POSTPONED 1 -*? CLASS, TROTTISO.
?' .s, \M. S:40 CLASSICS Til'?TTIM?.
; puras f.-r Olllette <ti Iterl, Rehu? and Touch?
M? Not (pacer?)
f it.? )'.??k Marantelle Exhibit loa of,
?? Ka?ldi?r?, Jumper? an i Runaera.
PIKST RACK AT IM P. M.
ADMISSION.-.It Of)
! , IE!.-.80 CKATTtt
SV. C. AI.I.KV ?eeret?,ry.
Coney Island Jockey Club
' BHEEPSHE VU RAY, #
JCNE MKET1NU I?**, Jl'NE IS TO JfLl 4.
Ra ? day? Jun? 19 is, ?.-.. ?K 2S ?M, il '.'.i. J'i,>' 1. X
? i ? FIRST R Hi: 2i80 P. BL
Train? trill leave nearly -very twenty minute? frOSJ
Baal S4th-?t.. ?nd from foot of Whltenall^t ??r,*?;ial
l irlor C\t ?? it leaves S4lh ?1 nt I p m.
EXTIt \ Ai > ?MMi IDATH NS
ItETCRMX''. Klt.'M THA,i< MUSIC BT LAN PER.
SUction finie? of tteal (P?tate._
JAMES L. WELLS, Auctioneer.
P iitlve Aactloa Bal? of propertj \\n?d by the laie au?
nus"..s KOMIS?,
Saturday. June 2**5. *??. 1*. M.?
ON THE t.ltoi >U.
65 CITY LOTS,
gt'ARRY ROAD AM? ARTHUR AYE.. NEAR
3D AVE. AND I8IST ST.
Trem ?nt av*. (IT?tk ?1 I I. ?tatl a and ir'illey care ?a
line ?f txtenaloa of Id Ave. Elevate?] R. R.
OKB r.-l KM" PAKE TO IIATTERY.
New Municipal Bultdln?, parks, rBliss? and sthar sRf
convenience? at hand. Avenue? uni streets ?raded. Water
... \ . ? ' : .?? a li ?; rapidly,
Term? liberal Pill? suarantead free ,>f cost t,> ?a-a
puri'haaer. ?'.ill or ?en?l for map? UEO. ?V. VAN' BLTCK,
?ti ????. 120 Rroadway and .tvM'.:* L UTl.i.s. Auo?
tloneor, .'?'.? Liberty ?t., Near York.
M rilllMI". COVET, FOUECLOSt'RE SALUT"*
William ?k?. niiell). Aiirtioiieer,
?III ?eii ,i auctl ?n.
Tlmrs.liiv, .lune M, IVi.1,
at 13 >vi ck no. n. ?t in?
KEW-YORK REAL ESTATE SALESROOM.
NOS. 12 & 14 WEST 54TH ST.,
Two aplendldl) lixated tlir.* si >r> and t isement brick
re?id nee?, Sise I ?o?a 22.Axl??TB ?-ich.
ELLIOT SANDFORD. ESO REPEREE.
JAMES M'NAMEE ESg PLAINTIFF'S ATTORNEY.
:t^ N ? M< ? I . 1'v
Further particular? ,f l-iiT? Atfji or AucOoaeer, 111
I l .idw.i?_^_____^_____^___^_
(To Let for unsincoo Pnrpoaea.
F'LOORS AND HALF PLOORS Tu LKT,
WITH POWER l'A Y AND NIOIIT, IN THK
METROPOLITAN REALTY ULTLDINO,
FIREPROOF;
- ?<!-, BOxSM; ?rind ?s ??:! four ?Ides; frouttaf Rn-.-kiya
i i rids?, w llllam and R ?? ?is
RULANi) .? winiind n rtukssaaat
-?
furnioljc? l")cinoco Zo Cet?(Tonntrn.
I? t'RNISIIEI) Il.'l SE to RENT IN ROrNT VKRNOK,
All Improvemeni?, * i neiajhborhood ban?, ?i??i?,
l.irK.- porch, in.?1. in houa? )) ra? ...il i-arrta*?, in.?n,
earden fowl, near ???.!> i ni mien L'all .ml ?e? at
l.i.i a nth ata Avewe?
'-._? _J3
ticul (?feinte iViintcb.
WANTED To purchase, a semientan'? country il*oe
..f flelll It 10 .'?? S.-lr?. ,.|l ln?li m mad, in .III SBTOa?
..Ile ltelKlll.,.1 II, ???,). .?? holl.e ,|l?U|ll ,? l|.,|l| S?,-?/ fslK
1 ?itordiiiK guod driv?e, i pleaaam *umm?r ?limni- ?nd
fr, .loin floin inn?,tin v? ,m,1 n s.iuu.es. line oM ?ti.??t?
Ireaa sod abundan! ?raler ?uppli required: also fruit
ti..., , ud sarden, lawn etc But? full parileulara, wlik
phi ,. to ' "I ONI v.l.. Ho? iu i-.ii.iiii? on
'-99
ticul Coline tor (Tnl)iintjf.
\ SIX STORK ir.?n Lull.im? downtown; all i.i.i?d|
? .'.juiiv fof ouuir> |,ii, ? ,i ??rivet? .iweiiinc
W .'. IIUEKMK, .'.ill PlftS ii??.
ADVEHllSUMENTS AII1? SLIImi lUPllONB POR
lili. M.H .UKW IRllllNK ?Mid. III! llB
il l\ II. at Ulli t)n)\\N OPPU'R, No. iiii Uroa?
way a?l d-or n ,illi ?I Hurt) m?t ?1 . ?i.u Ai?VEIt
TISEMUNTS at il,? f,.ll,iw?n? lii?u.h ura??. SS4
Ultimi av?.. a. ?. ?orner Twenty thlrd-ai.; i;.J iiiith???.:
^^7 p.i.irtii ave? ?or K.,uii??nth ?t . ?ad fblrd-av?.? ta<J
Third?.?. e,ir. P>,it? ?e\?ni1i ?t i I'l'i i'iiii.l u,, n*ar
riiit) Ars ?i . I,TOS prat i" in?) w.it ?\.rt>-?e.?..nd ?tj
14'.' I'olumbus-sv?.? BS Avenu? A. 1.?123 Third iv?.; ?f
West Portl se,,n,) si . t nu? Second ??.? . M4 Thlr.1-av*?
1.S.1S Thlr.luie , lofll Thlid av? betwaea On.? hundred
ii-ii.l t?..|itli iiii.l On'-hundrot und thirteenth ?Hi I.?30
Droadway,
In llr,?.ikjlyii at 3!?T Fu|t.,n-?t . ?S l,.urt-?t.. 48 Broad
w*y? K, r> ? IM Rroadway, i.iui rtdtea-aC. up w ?
p, iu., at regular oflic? rate?. ????_

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