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BLACK'S CAPITOL SCHEME.
CONTAINED l\* ,\ BILL INTRODUCED BY BBNATOn ELLSWORTH. rr iboush? the capitol commimiom ant t;rn;- its rowEns oven to bvperix Tr. nm.'-yr ALDRIDGE v, vin: U.'KK Bl DAY. v | A?,,,; CTSbT or Tin: CAP*jTOU \ rr.v. Fe\t |] (Spacial) , ;?v, r,?,r I?1,.,,K in,, (hf> Republican leaders In tha Legislature have com? pleted th.ir Lill abolishing the Capitol Commission and hud it presented to ths LegtBlatura t> Bcnatoi s trth. Ths < i pltol Commission which li to ba abolished consists of Ltoutenant-Oovernor Wood - f| fjtate Engineer Adams] Qeorge w. Aldridge, tuperinl lem of rm.ir. Works; Archlmedea Rub X Bjrracuoi snd Irs M. Hedges, of Havar? ti .va it va-..a organised in vr.' li win die un mourned sa u casi aside .1 Ans design t.> eompleta tho east front of tho Capitol, ind practl all) ruined ? ii front i.y adopting a makeshift design ..f ;m sly naturi 1 km 1 noi Morton li atltuti d ihi - 1 J ,: completing the Caplt.tontract, and stopped ? ? expenelvi labor <a ali rn ipltol Commission gave ont contracta under a '1 most nf tha Capitol inflnurhed v\.;i t.?- com ti : v. amnt introdu ad lo-d prot Idea - \ ? hall have thi super vtsloi ? ihe . onsiructlon and completion of the un ? - ?? nil ma .it the Capitol ; present ?o Commissioner, Isaac <* Perry, haa I cl .r^. ,f the work ever alnca ISM. The Oovernoi re. rlt) n thi sci to rt tain Mi P. rt ? in thia li '"im t\ ni, nomi me eli lg< a to 1 \,itir,:ie the dn wing* and itlon* of the Capitol Commissioner and is h> hellevi - ought to be adopted lia will -. ? rt ik. tl ? contracts for the wuk remain . ? Last year the M,m r,f 141444193 waa r>aid out In ? .- forward work on the Capitol *-;no>> the pltol wa* begun, a* la shown hj Controller Rob - rei ??? lust printed, lha State hi- spent 128. ? w hi -ii 121 :'?? M4 " wat I ai 1 on atmetlon .ir,' tu 1.17SH 'm- land, it will probably t* ., ono nore to complete the building. ? r?' if/rS OBJECTIOX TO BU RX 8'8 HILL. .-- THINKS T'tn COt'NTT JUDOS RHOITLD KOT aPPOISFT THE Jl RI r*0*aT|?TtsniOKEtt ? aa .-vi-'.v rilli ? ? Feb IJ ri ? *?? aaa* noi a working quorum .- ?.. Senate th - morning end little business was transacted outaldi of the Introduction ot .1 few I 1 I ; rrenl resolution lbs Westchester Commissioner ol Jurors bill waa re illed from Ihe Governor and, on motion of Senator ? - - waa >mmltted to tho Committee on In ? ? arr, |ra< where it will be amended to ol its r - ??? ? ma Th" Governor thinks *ome other official than the County .lu.Ice should hnve the power o' appointing :. Coi - net of 3 1 rora, a* the ju ;;i> |* -.-.,> ,-'..?e to the jurors ry is hardly s quorum present In the Ab Bembil ?his morning, bul thi 1 ilendar w,.s taken neverthi ss nd rapldlj cor- through with. fOllOS lng ! Mi Clark Provldlna foi thi nepi lion of all rr 1 flan markets .7 thi State tha 9 Fa too Inai ? toi nd providing for th* nt of six a Idlt Ional lepuMea b) hun -alary o' fi.^nfl :i y. .ir ea -ii for thia work. By Mr Ar ati itlng the width 0 llres . thal un - - - aigm'! to ..???? ne tot ? 1 be three ? - on tv.?..- designed 10 carry two 101 ? sn thre. th'-v ahall be 'our Inches, ai v.- trying t f..v or nlrire toirs they ahall he <? V per iltj o' jr. for each violation is ramed By w Armatrnns Prohlbltlns hunting, Ashing. ' orsera 1 -? Ins ana ? ? ll pub ll? *^>o--e - - on Sunda? under a r o' J" 'or t-ft-h offence. *> YOT Ml - ll OF 1 HOU DAI f-> A/.BA .VT. Alban*, fe*. U The first aervi ? of Lin ?oln'a Blrthd was not genet - State d? part menti Secreter* Stat - Stale mtroller's a- the Stat) - parin p.nd ore or iwc nth ess ii ort inc* being closed Govert r Black waa ai ila desk In Ihe ]~x~ ??-.??? ed a 'arco number ol -niters Sever I of the departments t\-.-r r-ia.fr' af'-r mlddaa COXFEBEXCE COMMITTEE o\ CUBA. Albany. Fen ls.?Speaker O'Grady to-,lay ap ;olrted Messrs Nix .1.. Wbrltner, PanKfr. T'liT-r and McKeown ns the member* of the Joint confsr 1 -e commltt' ?? on isaemhlym ir. Whrltner's ,-uhan reeolutlon. The Senate members of the comm;.ree are Senator* Ellsworth. I.exow and Grady. The ! resolutions is they pass, d the Assembly expressed aympath) arith 'he Cubana In their iikV for home l The Benet. tiona so aa t 1 ask Congress to recogt se 1 ?? ney of the ? 1 ? HRlDf.l s oi 1 ..? THE BEOy V Albany, Fel Sp. tssemblyman Mathew of New-York, 10-day Introduced iwo hiris pro llng for brldgea over 1 1 River. One of -..se provtdea for the construction of a hriiice of e, von or ateel, al a coal not to exceed 171 00 ? ? ? Bronx st Bast One-hundred-snd-seventy ?? .?.. (Tretnonl sve.l The other bill calla for 1 ? illdlng of ? bri Ige of th. - 1 at a ot to exceed slSO.flOO, over 'he Bronx it Will al ivei thi t.o-k" Harlem Railroad Th. brldgi - required to ? ? ii fty feet d to be six? teen feel above ihe -r'-rk- of th* mV.ih.i ? TUT CHAPEL \T SIXG SING. v subset r to The Ti ? rlt'ng from North e. N. T., on Monday, asked V.I- question: ly's 1 er th) hi idlng of Bing Sine." il s made of .1 mission and 1 ??? I then by ? I-. . - i- thers, and in conns tl ?-?with . al uslon ir mada to 1 1 ipel Are ..'ers o? youl nea a to Infer 1 ha; ' me of the b or '"? ?? onglng to Ihe pi - The chapel I? om of th) na belonging to n-e inst Hu ion. ll ls divided Into two parts?one foi Catholic and the other for Protestant religious services, ..r.d on weekdays the tavi> rooms are ulil --?. - ilrooma In 1 he ? 'ai holl ? ;hapi i a ? Vlei COndUCtS .1 BChOOl Where su.-h terates ia i I aplaln re readlna ??? rltlng, an.l In tue ? ? convict librarian conducts '.-??? .lose Inmatca who wish to . ? . -ounds, -. . ? :? Th. Trlb tm * ima time IT will ali and In speaking ? . a ? ? di t would 11 will ba ?% ? ar.il Protl stalir ? 1 bj .. pat tl v ? -io..k *v *7. - nd a being bulli li. lha Ali rr.''- work n thi v.,-w building i- being I ol ? indred engaged atrueture, ? - ? BAIRD PBIZE'SPEAEING AT PRIXCETOX. PrtnceWai S J . Feb 12 fSpeclal). The annual T -Jed prise 01 esti t r< held ast 1 Ight ir: Alex? ei Hall and ths results of the competitions were made public to-day. Arthur wulla Leonard, tl ot Ohio, took flrsi prise In both orator] snd ? strj ? ? first time, thu has beer dona In many ? In oratory was "Whit man's Relat n to Cu lure," arv In poetr) "Mem Roi .-rt Fulton Sterling, 'ti, ?' Pennsylvania, took first pla--* defending the on "Resolved, Thal the I'nlted Stat., has - far beor Justified In refusing to Interfen wltl farrs of Cuba." Sterling and Leonard ara v.t.h members of th. American wing Society snd ? ? society 1* rejoicing over a triple victory over Ita old-rime foe, ihe Cllosopht. Boclet) ?? road prtaa In oraton na- taken by W. M. Post, ??" of Syria, of tha Clloao] ' Society, whose subject waa ? Bplrlt of lbs Fanatic." 1: C. Thompson 'tl, of New-Tork took I hird prtsa lt. oratory, on the "Votaries of Truth." Hi la ala ? a tr.- ml > ' The sa md ruiz, in disputation wi ni lo H. - ? kweii ???;. ol New-Jei ey, a Clio man, who t7 ved Thi ? ? ? ' .iti"--. ol 1 on 1 lona I horn.- 1 u.<- 10 the cl ? of he I'i lied Sti ? ? nh. 1 ? ??!, ipa tl toi a were P H ' V..-7 K. of N n Vork; r M Wood, jr 'tl of Nor', Da kota J ll Keen 1 ol Pennsylvania; ' M. tl, of New-York; W M Ramsey. Sv of Thi se 1 risa nt lha Income of $?..??? ? 01 ,- (, baird, of Phllsdi phis. The Baird prise of 1100 1- awarded 10 the beal speaker 1 .. -.vr... 1 - .,r the bi 1 01 ?? ?' i"l/; o' |S0 is award) d to the besi -1- ker . ? ? e senior elsi third pris, of BO ? given lo the foremosi In delivery ol There l? ?? prise ot $80, tut th.1 poem, snd th. re ar.- prt? - ol MO snd > res| lively ? sr .-md Bei '".'1 best disputations TEBMOXT M.i mi If mi: TARLI*. The Sam fork Alor.mi Association, of thi verMrv of Vermont hold Ita fifth annual dinner night In ii)'- clubrooms of tbs Man ttl Madlson-ave and Forty-second-sl Ths Rm Lewis Francis prasMsd at lbs dinner. The a speaker of tba evening waa Presldenl M H BuekhasB, of ina Unlvarsltj of Verrnmit. Hs Bald thal Ihi groartb of ina unlveraltj Ki tbs last 1- da bnal bann great Tha <?*?? sin mi in Inatr j. lion, i.aturai advantages of Burllngtoa a* a lot* I . ?" '0r ? 0-"'-'f*e and the faet that the university Mfl some ()f the ??,.,, h^Mings In the conn irv ! wpie poinu in it* flavor. AUileffea nt th* uni ' an^ViuJitl? s''" ?lK"r ?;,i,i- n*** ,,,,ri1 lupervlaed by "''. ?-"W'nl -'"nim.i'ee, and kr|1| fr,.. rr,,m .?} .;,."'? professionalism. They had been mad* 1 ? ? ?? m-;*!,.,,-! to u,e educational purpose* of the Vt ,"' _.0,#h*r, ,-PWhM were mad- by la..,- .,, i i.e. icr. of i plumb!* formerly of the rnl.-erMt. SwhTp"^ iR Benedict. .1. .1. Van A' ...-f '? Nni;.'!ey Among others preseni were ^AH^,lS R?V B " CJf.4 Rrj?* r/M PT?ff? r \ 88ED. APPROVED BY THE COMMI^ON SOME CHANGES MADE. Although yesterday w-.s a legal holiday, the Qreater New-York Commlaalon mel In tiie inner room or the Mayor*! ofllce nnd worked from 19 ? m until ta p. ra. over the charter. All the members were preseni .veep- Mayor Gleason and ^??r ' eneral Hancock. The revision of the remalnlna chapters waa completed, and each of the twenty-three chapters composing ihe charter waa adopted us revised, The Commission ad.curred until Wednesday, when it*- report te ihe Legislat a will be presented b) the sub-commlttei ap* ri ro prepare lt. and after 11 li adopti d i **ommlttei will be appointed to ".-<rr\ the 'barter '" Ubanj 'i*' report, lt was ia ld yesterday, will '""' m ? one on ail point* ot d * i talon and will und. nuke m show Ihe superiorlt; of the ?l )i..rte.- t,, any prevtoui compilation ra' municipal taw extant. Tha memben or 'he rom- ' mission ara confldi ni th il lt will pa - bot! branches of the Legislature without serious amend? ment. The main changei In the charter a* li wa* pre? pared by the Committee on Dr,at which hi ? beei made by the full Commission, relate t" Improve? ment! ? ... ..... ,. r, .,.,;,!. ? ried bj I 'oi - p r, tl n ?'um.*, is.n ? ai i a asl t nu. 0 ie alter* atlon reduce* Ihe salary of new City Magistrates . from $:..io j/i om a v ,-af; ,,s the li rmi ol ihe pres ?'' members expln the calarie* of theil ?ucce**oi ?'"?? '"i. t'.... ,-,, ; Th, ii irle* of Municipal i ourt Jiisticea wer* reduced from 17.000 to $*.<"'in. and the Doll.. Magistrate), in Brooklyn ir* to be con? tinued to the end of their terms ll 15.000 Tl,-ir successor* sre t,. rer-elve Ihe san.,, pa) Om ? on legislates out of office all officers with? in the Great et New-York territory whose ron tl mi? nnel it, oflli - after J muan I, ISM, I* n il ? a- - Ih Ij ? d for. Thi* pt, v; ion d!*posc? r.f Mavoi Potrti k J. nteason of |_ong Island City, amonc other* Mi Glenson'* li rm .as Mavor does i i plre until January' I. I ? ? men of Rrookl; n, In the chapter relating Fin Department, are to be raised to th. first grade within Hire, years aftei Ihe consolidation ? ' add -.. th* Recorder'* salai j pi 'per failed. T'.ere wei** tWO 1 IttOBltlOn* On* Wa* IO nike bim .i ii ? mbei of tne Sinking Fund Commis? sion a* i now provided n th, Consolidation Ad - al irj to he C.000 a. ye^r for thi* sm ,| ?* T ? wai legatived aftei ll wa* pointed oul that th* jection provldl a fur ".- ? onet Hutton of the st; k Fund Commission had already heen adopted ana the Recorder wa* no' <* member of ll lt ww uf? ter wa rd proposed t. muk.- tn.- Recorder the lepnl adviser or the Sinking Kauri Cnmm1s*lon nnd sliio of the Commission for the Revision and Corn ' v *e**ments, with a sui.irv of thi sam.- anio,int 12.000, Objection wis made thu' the part* of th.* natter covering these points already m<ide me Corporation Counsel the heal ? f these a ? j thia pr.v. ,s ii rm fa <.; 'i'v.o asian of the Superinti * " the Rureau of Combustible* v.h? Axed at .''J * I i yesr. Ktt ad ?-.ter on tax** was tn*de to COI ?? the tax arri rt -j vi ? he i Ime of the eon* lolldatton The ippolntmenl of ianltor* for puhld Rchonl building* vt - takt n from ll ? ? f-'-nn!-- a d vested ia th* Superintendent of B Build ? . It :* probable that i final core upon rhe ehanpr In hulk will he taken al Wednesday'* *?*?*lori for trpos* of meelina ??*"? ' ? which may arise from the adoption of the charter by chapters A MAURICE HR M's ANNIVERSARY. A MANAGER FOR TWENTT-FIVK TRARS THE OPERA COMPANY OIVES HIM A SET OF SILVERWARE ?*-. ?rr. grtig ?? outpouring of kindly sentiment for Maurice '".rmi at the M tropoliinti Opera Honer last nigh! There was also n aubstantlal capre* sion of the feeling. The occasion wan the wii-'iM. tlon of Mr Oran's twenty-fifth annlverssry as ,-, manager He was called hefore the curtain after one nf the scenes of the opera nnd was received with the heartiest applause by the audience. The important ceremony, however, wai after the opera, when the pt ft of the opera company and the employe! of the Metropolitan Opera House wai presented! to him on the stare. Thi? was a Mer ?bony rhe*t fun of stirer. lt wai a full service, with spoons and knives and forks nun scoops ami ladles for ovary conotlvabla purpose There w?*-e :.re? piree* in all. On the top of the chest wa." this Inscription: IJ Ferrier. 1*72 MaUriCS <~?r*.u 12 Kevrler, UM. _.' me Annlversalre de sa direction. Souvenir ofr?rt ft M M turlee Oran par les artists. et le personnel du Metropolitan Opera Hon Sew-York, alnsi que fur s<\s ,imi? rn lemolgnage de leur estlme el de har amitie. Tt was not ?he Intention that tne presentation should he madi ? i hut at the end of the opera rhe audience refused lo co away. The cur? tain was rals.-'l -??-. eral times, and then, when lt \ ,s evident that thi audlenci a/anted io see all thal was going on and meant to *e* lt, Ihi i ur tHin sra* rai-- l once more rmi the table on v tne ches! of silver ito I waa I ghi upon the h< whole comps n. was sssembled, William pa --, ihe stage mai ? nada a i hon *pee h esentlna the gift, and Mr Orau. unwilling, ni he usually ls, to mais- ipeeches, wa* naturally obliged to m ike a replj Thi t w< re ol .- r gift*, less lm|.ig lt ipp* ir? an ??? bul I- rh.,;- nol li ** a ?howl , _, roi |1 OOO from ih? stu kholdei ? Metropol tm i ?pi rs and Rea Esl iti uni , nand iome ewe| from Jean di Reaake. .. cane from Andrew Boyd, the luperlntsndent o' the Opera noa.*.; a iel of ? ingratulatory resolutions from the staff of Abbey Schoeffel rn flower*, wreath* and varied souvenirs . ri ns hi and OUI Of th* "pera House. l SETTLEMENT WITH ROCEEFELLEE. HALF I MII.I.h'N DOLLARS Tn QUIET TUF MES K ITT CLAIM! IN THE MK PA HA RANOE. Duluth, Minn.. Feb. 12. The rase of Alfred Mer? rit, ._ ... .j d Rockefeller, growing out of the . ,n?ol datlon of the iron interesi ? oi ? M a len flnslly ko: ira,. Rocke.'i led control. : to have been aettled foi I M ? paid to Mi rlti it la idersl od hen thai all the -, . mb' ? * ol tha Men Iti am vt ho had aaainn Rockefellei havi kilned n the neltlemeni T ie total .aim- would aggregate U ?. s - : th. Vlf ed Mi rrtil ease v..rp ? for t I ,A |( secured In Jun, " ? mt a new ti dered .1 Ii Washburn, who was associated In -he li said to have efl ted ? RI (ORU ENTRIES roi,- hoc, SHOW. usa; THOCSANP ^!>: HUNDRED AM* FDRTT SEVEN CRACK CANINE! TO BE EXHIBITED AT THIS WESTMINSTER KENNEL CLUB'S EX HI Br IO! Entries 'or the Westminster Kennel Club's Do? gnow which begh " February ... exceed all previous records. With the possible except lot oi sume English nominations, whl h may arrive on either ti. Si Loud or th< Bervl thi total muster :. , hes i'<" This number shu.*.* in Increase o' thlrty-flve over laal year*i collection, which until the j,resent exhibition stood as i record In th-* matter of numbera Si Ben rdi head tha Hit, with 131 competitor! * i ?' ' ' ? ? ' ] ''"? m "" known wu.a-rs from dlffarenl sections of thi tlnent, Including Colonel Jsco ? H i iperfi champion j ,..iir Miss Anna Impress Kox terriers are no ar..- _ ? ? ? reachlm ? lol il ol eighty, while the wlre-hali A iiMsion haa ? rod call of fort;. Thi ton m the imooth oated bri I ri tugusl Belmont and U and W ; ?'"'" ni! .,.,.: | iii?nge -ui -winni i Warren ?*? nten ?* In the uir,-h..lie. dlrisl .n H. H Hi nnewell lr , own lennl crack ron i!o ton, wllj ... end li di u il ' uni lon*. ' rlbbag* * rev Jam I aaa Oakleigh Br ilsei lin .?l for* -, ni.ii.ie oppo em be O. M. Cnn ian, a em.-r-,i ., . ona otl er* rhornl ? - kout and hli ,.., . nt :i.;.. li Hoi ? lr inge HUI Boston tei m. i- ? . ?? rr the . reci Ived si the reeeni Boston ? , ir..-., which .a ,. . ? ? ?? ? ' VY ..7 whi.-h reach a toi il ol Pl ?? ode J noni Morgani foi i Idable itrlni I li hli on ,,,,... jarrett, ownei o.' Ihi aell-gnown .?! Mtnul Hill Kc indi o! Phlladi I ii ,.,,,. , , .,, ||i . ar. o\. I ih ? ",?'? tj mark, | tn, . ir brei l sh iwlnj an ? ntl ol .Vinet! two while ?oodli - muster nh ety-oni il Other breedi that have es.led flftj ri Un I . English etteri Irish netti n ? illdoa*. bull ,/,;,, rV |i a-ia.i. i*. beagle in 1 nish lerrleri Pi rices* Knot, ? srlnnei In tin poodle da ei in Enaland enter* i bj 1 C Mod,, of ?'-.<? city. . iras losi on ib< *?? gi ?-'' on board the it rai . ? a . _ _ JOB* EA \ Hoi I'll H ' KER DTING. Lexington, Va Feb ll Thera la iola rovetneni In John Randolph Tucker1* londltlon Hli death li , xpected -': ?"> m*?n*teni \ro von looking foi ? bargain In a Plano or do von wl*h i" rall oi exchange one? if you do. you mlghi nnd what you want in thaJlttla advarUso* uient* lu the narrow column!. , . Under eminent scientific contra!. APENTA The Best Natural Laxative ll a fer. The most certain and comfortable cathartic in cases of constipation and sluggish liver or piles* CUBANS FIQHT ON LAND IND SEA. PLBNTT or* WORK FOR SPANISH SAVAL COMMANDERS WETLER'I BIG wau CONTRIBUTION. Havana. Feb. 12 Advices have boen received hore that a party of t. bela made an nttnck upon the Spanish steumer Fausto ai Media Lunn, a pur: near Mnnsnnillo, when Commander Con. ?n board the Bpunish gunboni <"nha Enpunolu, '?ame up nnd opened Ure upon the rebels, driving them away and compelling them t.. leuve their den.! behind. Th.- Cuba Espanola then retired, hui as- the reboil rame huck after the gunbont left nml renewed their uttttcN upon the ates Commander Pi n returned and again opened Arc upon them this time dispersing th-n-. with con? slderable loss, r-n then proceeded lo the Sat Juan Uiver, where h. dispersed a party of rebels nnd captured ? boa! which they had used. Commander Cardrera, commnnder "f tho Spanish gunboat Tumuri, has beaten and din* d a party of rebels at Pnnt.i PllOtO, in the Puerto Principe Province, which hud rnnda an attnek up''ti ihe gunl onl Military Commander ItOdtugS lias defented a strong tarry of rebels on the Conde Ranche, in | the Havana Province. Thi rebels loot thirty mon killed and wounded, and ths troops lost five killed and two missing. The camp of j the rebels wns destroyed, arri a large quantity of . arm* rind ammunition and s number of cuttle which the insurgents left behind them were i sptured hy t he t ri ops A ficht has also taken place at Pallsadas Car? rillo, in the Plnar del Rio Province, rn which three rebels were killed I The Gerons Battalion. In conjunction with the gunboni Reina Cristina, has had an engagement \> ;;h a party of rebels in the Pinnr del Rio Prov? ince, in which nine of the enemy were kiivii. Th.- United States Vlce-Conaul-Oeneral. Mr. Springer, ho* returned to Havana. Rmlllann Nunos and s number of other per? sons charged with rh.- crime of rebellion have been arn ste.]. A dispatch from Port Cnlbnrien, In tho San'a Clars Province, says thnt Captain-General vVey ler hm contributed to ihe Publli Treaaurj the sum of l!.(ffst.OOtl franci oul of h a private funds rd meeting the expenses of the Qovernm nt lecutlng the campaign against the Cuban . Insurgi .\ shell accidentally exploded to-day ar rho powder works ai Cayo Puto, Havana Bay, wounding three soldiers, ono of them seriously. Tho sh.di wss being Va.vd at the time the ex aioi . m red. Fernando Pino Hernnndet, Ambrosio '. and Ignacio Bando vs I naturalised American ns, who were under arresl here, have ? n i over to C nsul-General Lee on condftl n thai they leave th< Island. Tho Marquis d* 1'almernla and In'endent Fagoags returned to-day from Calbarien after visiting Captain-General Weyler. -*-. ALL THU WAY TO TBE CREEK. WATER PURVETOR NORTH THINK? THK RIVERSIDE EXTENSION SHOULD SOT STOP AT ONE-HUXDRED-AND FirTY-SKVKN'Th S 1. ? .?:. of 'Ve men In ti,;- town who believe ? rv*r ii':', prepared for the eaten* in of Riverside Hrive northward should be passed, Inst) ld ol second, la Water Purveyor North, whose oftviai datlea ir. connection with the s:re.-ts elva h'm ? \ ?? ip* Donal familiarity With Bli part-- of the etty anal their r, ed*. When ?.;.!* subject was called to hil attention a. feav d.lffl ago. he -poke earnestly regarding it, .ind imphSSISOd hi* remark* by referr.r.g to a map of the elty hanging In hl? ofrw. "1 do nor believe.*' said he, "In m. io;.- building ,, conn Hon between ihe pr?s< I ?? nus of Rlver -, .- i r;-. ?- snd ' '? ? --.i ?' -ii ? Vu l-flftj ".., al? though it :.- easy to Bee whj uni , ??,.a . ? 1.7C-. a- i a Btreel irs i I thet ? N i; a Interests of ind i thi rrestB of the il '.-.-.re. should be considered In ,. matter of rhl kind lt ? ru< Hist it la ero,...-, ri to conn, new parkwaj with thi c. ard Lafayette, and thai there li some prospect of macadamizing, ? . | ? . .i fro,, i r.. . I all the way up to Inwood l'-..t when ave p.-r to In . iv. Arr univ fl Bhor listsi a fi i I V Duy*.,: Creek, and the dr! rig the rivet v Bil means, to ? ir lied that fat It a ould be ni ?? --.irv t.i bull I a short vlad t across Dy 'kman ?I..-..:.. .-? i nt ross th. rei tand when we i . opened up a lars. t.-:.-t no: tb of th. i eh whl h la Inaccessible al pres . v ?,,,,-. ? the Isnd . - good eno gh t i i , ? ile to add Imm iel I the tax of t h. y bj "'J'', Km ?- vv. r. ? -? th* Si) IJ nn I'r- - eek a?. .-I r.- .i . od ? . ead I ns to Van ?'.. tl indi lark, and thai psi k conn, cted bj a ny* tem of parks ay* with Pelham K.r. Park 1 ) co ns .'i'. th* waj ip, si i hil k we n igh to <io, we I pi bets.'antral Park and Riverside I'.irk. and thi p,irk- In 'he , pa 11 ot thi eli j W< aho I have i drh ? ?? .1 izi n mil ? or m.ir., ir; length along the river the .ir:', in the world \s tould we noi ak* ad . .-.- of ? ii ..-? bs opp ? mit to --?? ire lt? ? Why should noi the city be frilling to apend a rn dollars more I i the completion of thia Improvement 7 I Sow is the time, in my judgment, to provide for the j if ir. There ls nothing to he gained bj putting ' i i makin;.' ;'?? i bite* of the pherry." foi a ni aa pai ks bj nae, ?) . ine-hundi ? ? ? I Ol dred-and-flfty-se. ? ats., with a v.. v.- nero** ihe I ;? alon si Manha e. In Ita ami nded I ai eptable to the author! lea ot Trinity Cemi si i ?? ? ? not -???.ii llkelj to meei opposl lon from any --.-. ir . lt will not ' ra Wy reported Assembly Committee on Cltli next week In m< it ' me . ?? measure will v. *? ' v luthoritjei : ? .;-.-.-.r. rated, ? i ?ee thai i ire dre* ? ... righi form. Tl e vi - trj of Trlnli C ? s ,? thal1 a strip of lie cemeterj - nd aha parkwaj p ed :-nv.i ar. dlsturl the hill lt <? left o the Board of Street m ne v v. m-i h of thin I ind - ill i I over the tracks of thc vi SPAIN'S WAR IS THE PHIL1PPIXE8. SPANISH TROOPS POURING INTO THI ISLANDS? THE KW i TIOS OF RI ?' v, Vancouver, B. C.. Feb. 12 Thi steamship Em? press of Chins arrived yesterdsy from th. Orient, lng the follow lng Ivlces: Tl ?- Information obtain il le abo .'tr.. ... rr tbe Philippine Islands ls noi of i - factory nature, and there la evMenca of the work of < censo "' th fi.f all of I Spanish troops ara still pouring Into Manila from Eui ?? ? -i.. ? ? 7 twelve hundred by each steamer, and lt la estimated that there ,.r.- i ..av between 12,0 10.000 |n the Philippine! : 'nins; has been chiefly iti th. Provin ?? of Bulacan, snd nothing Vu Spanish successes ia heard of I'r .le r date ..f .lannary I the following B. I have beei ? ? Ived Bin ?? thi in ? General Polavlejs ioma forty or Bfty rebels have been shot et Hanlin, Including Dr Risal Tr lei ill d bravely. If no somes ia) theatrically, ? I:- sxlng hil best fo tl.ra alon He hi ' i ? ..vv. ? a wed He rel Uowi Tin ? ..,?!? - ? psrt of ? ... : n ; ? . rall ighl ? ;' I nhl et ? lons speea ii I* A sm . av ? ? etd lal d being amh nhed bj i ? .. irrlvlog from S| ? poor looklt l lot, ? Idi -. ?! l a fi fi ? lough and many seem to ha e nea hi .?!.??. , *.n before ' Iti ?. poi ted that 1*0 m in . 11. ? ; ? . Dai ?? nd Span - i ri ie . gunboii i Coi i 'ti he lapan< V., - ? ? Ived al al ills U WU Ml W lll\ I ' l.h r IRXIXGS, \ my, Peb 12 Thi rei. ol the M .-? i R illa ? for the quarter end I .,i, I '?. :ni" State Halli Inga fron .-.?:-? et l . ruir.j; - fr.rn Spa r.i ri.,,,. .7 ? ?? H2.Su i.rn-- fr om ill sourea tV7? ? :,<? v. ? i.? ? m. fi (j . '? on nati.l. attn*; - '? irpluai ll.2ai.SM The )iet Ineome foi liie eonespoadlng ^uerrtr lust year *ae Ptk\m. rm: sr. mr 8AFS /v rnlrr 'l-l.Wi-, , v TERRIFIC OALRg ARD DRXSE FOO OR HER VOTAOE. Southampton, k.i. ;. Thi Amorl ? n Una ' ?'? Pl H from New-York February t, con? cerning me non-arrival of which ai thli pori l ere,: 6M| ,,/ anxiety, passed liars* Castle '? o'clock thli evening and reached her lock ab ui '?-,-, boura later, Caw lin Jamison told i representative of ths United Asei 'lated Presses thai for the first five aayi r,, from Vi w-Tork thi weather waa the levereat he ? ,1 ever known. Throughout the five dayi th't, of ti nine, northeast k il - iceompanl* i hy .1 heavy tea. During ihe Issi thirty-six hours there was an extremely dense fog From longtltude veathi ndltlons weir iuch tha; it wai "?I.'bl* to -ike an observation, and :he iteamer ?*'''? I ? ?' ? ivigated h\ dead reckoning. "i'r.o .-!, paul arrived in -h.* channel at n o'clo '.< ' .:'?. and wa- fog bound until late thli after n on, She tams compelled to ran at half-speed for .emu,-.- tha entire pass.,,*,.. M*r beat dally run -m* (SI miles an<i her wont 171. She behaved in a '.'?"'?i manner throughout, and did no; susann any damage There was no anxiety aboard of her everybody having periv*; confldence 'n the icamac Ihlp of nor offlaer* Sh- will pro':,a dj ?i ' on he .-?"um to New-Tork on Sunday. I ' lirrpi,,n. Fe!.. Kl Toe Trave. Captain Tl hom. I .-.. New-Tork Pebruary n. arrived here a. 12:15 , ; ? k ; ls momma **'v-" rep ?? ts a tempi il i ? r,u? passage ii i much delav by fog wh for the extreme length nf ?*r voyage. ? URI S'lf DISASTER IN TONQUIN. A DETACHMENT OP TROOPS PALL INTO I DACOtT AMRL'gC v.ra: Vancouver, H. C., Feb. ll?The *team*h p Emprei* ng* i ' lighting in Tonquln. A H il? - papei rep ni ? Ilia itei to Fri ?? tr ?eeard to which ? hi i il hoi ltira rndcv or Inc ro main; i tl a list rei si I Early in January a Fr-?? h detachment fell into a ria *;r ambui ide ' the nel horl I of Pholu, on the Red Rivi -tn nani waa killi l and fourteen soldier! were ierl led, t wo of I ? ? ed An expi i lon i been n ni oui i i punish th.* i,.. . 1 li:ii il. si. INERT IN XICARAGUA. rvn.s r:r.:*r LTIXa PROM THE COUNTRY'S BT8TEM OF sr.1.1.isa; i. itu >R. Panama, Feh | -"The Panama s-ar and Hr ? i says; "Nicaraguan advl ** sra to th* effect that a terrihie .state of affair! prevail! there In the market, a^d rhe lystrm of .s'-li.ng Isbor hss rei il ed in reducing ?*ery ii-ire numbera nf men, women i id children,to a itati ol ilavery. Ownera of (Tei ? tate! ri 'ently he;.i a meeting with the o tl tei ng ;!.'? Do vern men i of Nicaragua ti eitabllih in Cuba a labor establishment t.i induce Cuban la to ra crate to Nicaragua. Men ar.l worn ei i- ring by every ponlble -ta in*, except an armed revolui on, ., i -? ipe ' om - ie .ale of their labor, a ;? i ri/.- : the nicaragua .,- , . nforced as .- ? -,- rntlltar. powei .i ? he monej ' goodi advanced to them ???ri ,-???-.-? hi-.-e been paid 'tv i-.itrs " ,." X PRESIDE \ / UONTTS MOVEMENTS. i' ' ?! Feh Ex-President .Taree Mora- of Chill, who arrlvi I here i fen dayi sgo from Europe on his way to als . m* 11 ged hts plans, and, li , I of going to Panama md thence by iteamei -a Val ' io, ia lied ??.- . i on ?? - '? ? nc- I ion for Jamah ? ? ) CANADIAN FAMINE El \ /?. Me itreal. Feh IC "Th* Sra-'s" India Famine F in I reached a total of $30,mm at 4 o'clock to-d.ij H m? dreds of churches ar? *end:ng eo!le,*tl in*. CBINESE TO COIN SILVER DOLLARS. Vancouver, Feh 12 The steamship Empress of Chins bring* rewi 'i'la! Governor Chen >.f Hunan has decided to op n a mini fur the coinage of inver dullard The m. .?'??ri tl i ????-.ins for the saan,. :?? noa on their way from Canttn, having heen shipped on a gu sr li mi: ol i\ l U8TEI iv XOBLEMAN. Vienna, Feb '.. Count von Woikenstetr- Trot? hing, brother of the Austrian Ambassador to France, committed aulcide in this city last evening bj ihootli ^ himsi .f with a revolver. MISSING sAll.oRs LAND f.V FRANCE. The mi--'- g crew -twenty la nr.hei ,' the British ateamer Cyanua, fruin Ttll bao for Glasgow, which on January io was reported int, have arrive,) aafely nr Audlerne, In ??rrr. France. It was iiinpo.ee] thal ti'- men i ?,,, t, cn drowned, am ??;' ?? rew of the lost ?teamer nr,- now accounted for. ? i ost or a RH II ic CABLE. Vancouver, B. C., Feb. I! Tha iteamahlp Km >f china hrlne.< taws tliat a Japanese com. mis'ton appointed to Investigate the n.a'tir ? tl mates that tic- laying of a cable from .Japan, via Hawaii, to San Francisco will , o-t fn.MO.OM. Th's -?un it -hiles -ile "LS- Ol building tWO .'..'tn<r^ tO he use,i in ti> tay I ag "f th" proposed cable pta from traffic over the cable will i?. it ii estimated, tl.674,000, mai the *xp icu FLOES I\ THU TRICK of STEAMERS. Sr john's, N. F Fe!, 1.' ?The stearnrr Portia, fr.-a New-York via Halifax, which reached thia port this afternoon, report* that the ocean I* cov? ered with : ?? floes ?outh of rape tia,*.* eu far a? the , i, , ,,, -?? .\ schooner whieh arrive,! al Trepan i-enlng reports having nat lei ''.?? ? IS) miles southeast of the Newfoundland coast yestei a;.- Th*, floes were, right lu tin* track af a ean ?hipping. chili DEFRAUDED or A VAST SUM. Panama, Feh. 3.? "The Panama Star and Herald" says; "Extensive ituuggiing has boan discovered in the different custom houses of Chill, by which the Government wa* defrauded nf 110.000.000 yearly. I-'...;, with rn tl gigantic fraud* !n the way, lh? Government had mi ia over Its year's returns." i IPTAIN PERI8BED WITH His sn ir. Panama, Feh. 3?"The Panama Star and Herald" saya: "The coal-laden l.rltish ship John o' ' ut ar itai been humed at Toropilla, Chili, the iptain per? ishing In the flame*." TESTING COINS AT THU MINT. p idelphla, Feh. 12 -The Aesay Commlssto - a ris ut the Philadelphia Mint I ?? lay, tn I the memberi lefl tha >*lty for their homes. The committee! on counting, assaying arl weighing tubmitti i their reporta, which will he presented to Fr,.*:',nt Cleveland. Tha coinage executed and .a laal year at the mints in San Fra.. S'ewOrleani and Philadelphia wai tested. Thli ? m adopted: i', olved Thal the Aaaajr Communion hiving o\ . -. i the reserve coln* of he sj eral ? I'lat,. I stat, j t a the - - ir 189*, an l :? ' ? dlffei :? ni ihe ntan.1 ird il flnenea* and well I Uer quan wi ? '? e ti - lered ? il)'. ? SI l< mi nf I BAI TIMOR!, Ul ski !\. Raitlmon F*b, 12 Edwin Aler, a well-known i ,. ? , mmltted su ?? Issi night w ? i ,, titj ol ia ? lan -uv Mi Aler . , ? Hotel Staff ird lai ? ? ? ? ind immi di iti li r.a.:- a t , h.* ro ra Al no n u la) ? Ifs esi ? i- found ,,. | Beside! wilding I i rr itlvs plaeaa , organist ol el -1 Pi -o>" rl*n Ch ir h and . .-',,., Pi mph Ul Mei ? reive I ?? large i and cl '-*,'. if ;,.. |? . ? - . oi he dead man w,i* iboui ty-1 ' i mu i \ ri ri BIM i \ rr [GI r Indianapolis, Pcb ll Thi I ita ip publl ... i . ig ii rn ? hen th,* ail the , irpoae ...-. ?? ? mini ur md d ?Cati mal coi ri held In Di eat J ?' - ? if Indlai ipolls, wss re-eli led pre*ldeni J IV. Agnew, ol Wabash, vlce-pre>-ldi ni Edward V. Neal Noblei rilli ...i . i: it RI, ha Bpi i treasurei Thi del*. ? _... -. i ire lohn XV. O Hair. Pei i; i i iiiaglni In llai n olia i ?? nei al i-"*? Wall* ?? . rawford*viii*; lohn W Baker South IVhttley A r riiiridemon Tarra ilauit, and J. K. \?n Dugan, Michigan Clgr. J CYCLE SHOW'S LAST DAYS NO PERCEI>TInLK LOSS OF IN'TKRKST AS TRI BXHIBTTION NEARS ITS CLOafll. TM ATTKN'nAN''-E I.TTTI.F. AFKE' IgD RT RAD tVEATlir-.R. ggQW ?OUJfOS TUFT QUILL CLUB KNTKKT VIN'S? NEW pOAitn r>F Tr: \ it OOMMITTSgJ, The f.,rt thal yesterday wa* a holiday Barred to bring the attendance nt the ryrie Show np to a fl* urs which probably surpasssd thai of ;.ny previous day. it wa* a fortunata thug, perhaps, that the weather conditions were not the most favorable, for lt ir had been s pleasant day the Qrand Central would have been crowds! beyond all rom liff. As it was. the main floor and the i-allerlfra were packed with specl nor- both In tha afternoon '? I evening Ar S:.*r, o'Voek and up to MO o'clock In the .'.enlnfr the rrow :?> were the, thirkell, and Vron-iOtlon ??,? n! a|; t|mM difficult, The attend anee for Thursday wa* placed tc tam This waa Hts np to tho attendance of Wednesday, which surpassed Thursday's fipnrer. by ever i.OM. The t0 tal attendance for ii-.o five daya of tha r-how. In? cluding Thursday, waa elven m m.iis. i' haa often been saned what attracta peo->> to ? :? rle Show, an 1 the question remain* unnn BWered jiivir .,s r,',,-.n M ,, ... propounded Still the attendance keeps 'ip despite itv lack of any ap? parent r-asott for lt. The spr-o.^tors pass np an i down ti. .,?;:,..., ?topping mea in awhile to K.tZe for a moment -ul ioBM exhibit Which may have ? 'i ? led 'heir attention, hut <o the .-ns.ni observer these .-em to i.o :, sameness about the whole show which would seem to rob it of any Continued ll Tba reason for tills -seemingly InexpllCS indltlon of affair- !?> perhaps to he found li) the f,,,-t .jut ev.-ry person who rides a bicycle s'Uhea to become ..ti experr in bicycle topics, ind tv only naj 'o attain proficiency is by the rx aminatlon ol the different makes of wheels sn the average i yells! :nak>s the rounds o' all rhe booths. making a more or less critical examination o' tha ???? . ..is. although lt i* fir beyond the power o;- an) ona person ro examine all the things of Interest to wheelmen which are to in- found on exhibition, i'o ko careful!) over the v.h^u alone i-i th- .me week of tv- -'low would tesl ths powers ...' an ordinary mind, not to speak of 'he physical \ ll -iori thar would re-ult from su rh an at t.-ni; ? MUSIC AM. KOISE of th most Btl ?<? t!.. f. at ure* of rv Ditton, and on- especially appreciated by tha loon .rovv.l ;-? 'hi ,..i,.t; which Ifl given by the Seventh Regiment Band. Tba musicians play well atid their repertory embraces all the popular lira. While the band V playing (he la.-R.-r half of the . r.iw-i Vi--- around tiie .iif- of the gallery overlook? ing th" i.ntr.'l apace la thi ahow, "nd w. tehan ti." motions "f the leader. One feature this show possesses arhlch thi ??? of previous years held In Madison Square Garden lacked are seats for those who atti rut i?. These aeati ar" numerous, ami. ai though tim at a.I tim. ri ?? ni ?" a eommodate tl 0 ? who Wish to O'oupy them, still do a deal tow? ard alleviating th- fatigue lucid mal to the walk round The lirst Impression received bj any one striving ? ? e show I- derived from a peculiar noise it "-omi.is nu.- tht cracking "f numerous little .wips. ..td is caused by th.- snapping rn' . metal arrange? ment which l- given ia ? i louvenlr by one bi? cycle 'or;, ..rr.. Almost avery one m the -how has one of these snappers a nd ihej keep mapping them ar the rm:... it ls lt ng ai Brat, '..ut .-non be? comes wearlsoms to the rai-, l' ls easy to .unuse ihe crowd '-V A bt. ) ls show. liing atti lion. Any .rd above the hum of conversatl ii 7 - iff) .. - fi ? :? ; rhe crack of metal souvenirs a sun to .": iel .< ? s ! Bo a' ..ti.- stand where ths exhibitor i* engaged rn demonstrating tne ea*e wiro which hla particular ti--e is repaired there is an occasional hissing noise, .?. ? .-?? ? .\ . ..a, ii ir.on whenever hear! the nolsi o' escaping Bli froro/a Ure w:ueh his i.n punctured for th" purpose of showing how easy lt ls to repsu h. Then then ls a model trip-hammer, the tapping cf v.hvh .-an be heard some dis ip e awav. Tlvte is alway- a throng war.-liing -.- irk, h-,1 v ^i-.-'v ir* will stjirV and watch I: Jump up ?n.l down unt.l their attention l? a"r i ??? 1 elsewhere, A QOOD I'KM.iM' f-or ntcvct.Bg The pr.sent Nat'onal exhibition of bicycles In the Otand ''en'ral PalOOS has been In many reaper's the most remarkihle In Hie history of the trade. Referring to it las* evening, an observer who ha nevei missed i show in this country said- There ai* tavo particular phases Of Interest to a bicycle show, or, it; fact, to any Industrial exposition, uno ls what t'.e public think of 7; whether it ls ar? oa-tlv an.! worth 'ii- price of admission, whether : th.* time spent I is been well Invested Hut the other and the mer.- Important v whether ths ex? hibition Iras paid the exhibitors, avho have been kl BUCh expense to show their wares and properly to present C..? m to the public lr maa be said of this Cy. li Show thur, from 1 buslni - ; 1 "int of view . it la : a huco success. The ahow started 01.t with a big attendance es ri) In the week, and this has In I .ir. by dav Many ord. rs have been placed, nnd In talka between manufacturer ar.d manu? rer, and lr: conversstion between big ssenta ard big Jobbers snd manufacturers, it has devel? oped thai ? - ortagi of wheels la more than a prob.1 billi-.- early In the season, Manufaci rera nave been surprised a' the *ise or the orders which have been placed by their agents, wno seem confi? dent of a pood public demand for Mri les This has caused a omparison of notes. ? .?? 1 suit being that th" shortage referred to seems slready in -ivr sir..-- few manufacturers have been working their factorl - u| lo 'nil time, an.) lt i~ now too late to make up for lost time. ti.is demand over probable *'ippl) haa reaulted tn Increased stiffness of prices and wheels, both nt wholesale and retail, . Kt-.- clor-ely hugging theil regular V ? price." Till: QUILL CLUB'S REUNION At a special meeting of rh" ..villi 'bib Wheel met, held v tv Board room of th- Palace yester? day, 'le- Nominating Committee reported the fol? lowing ticket for presentstlon ar the annual meet Por pr- sid ?'.'. ''?? '*:? '? Sta. khouse; tor president, \. 'i Batchelder; for secretary, A I.. Reeves; for treasurer, H, l. Baltonstal; for In, '"im C. Wetmore; for first lieutenant, Ar? ri.ur- \. Jarvis; for ?'.V lieutenant .r.a.;"' I. M.r.crr: for members of ti-.- Exe. utU's Committee. \ ?; Bal helder. A. I. IV'v... h. I, galtonatal .1 ?' Wetmore, Dixie Hines and a K. Vogel. Mr, resignation waa ... ? epted with regn I treasurer reported a substantial balanci In hand. ..nd ''barb - Mulvey and Mr Wisby were ? 1 mi robers, a:-. 1 tb< meeting tv club held its annual re . and reception, ?? ' rge nun - ?? :* be? ll ,,- present The music was 1 ,7. 1 .,1 by ti.- Wald n Hungarian Hand and the lung Dong In strumental .-.rel Vocal Quartet, Dancing w...s in? dulged ia end refreshments were *??;..-al. Frank ii Dunlop k:iv soni" humorous skel were I and a cakewalk v teveral ..; ...7.'- va.,s an .'7...-.:.7' feature. The idg. v..i" Frank T Fowler, "Senator" Morgan William Kohn. E P Hadle) ..rd j. s Brets OUT-OF-TOWN VISITORS Among ' -e tradesmen from out of rown nor; . ?? ...ova yesterday w-re \v. J. Derrel, Pittsfield; i- s Blsn . . i'- gb mi' m a '?'? Bishop, Pat _?:??, H. II. Blood, Warren. I'enn . I' 1' BontUI ri hem -raia. Il .! A kim 7. Hawley, rent;.; .'. 3 Andrews, l>.r..-.'.:.. 1: iva.17) B. Vanrell, Medico; E T. Watson, Point Pleasant; \ l> We . lr - r'hai "s Werlck, Buffalo T i' w-.oi, Mew-Britain: M. v 71 Keller, Boston; Edwa ?: ri insing .;. W Scarborough, Bennli ron; Chan. Shepard, Atv .-.;.-.. il F Senbte . '1 rrington Oment, Winona T Chtlatla. Richmond a W Corbett. Hyde Park; William C Dow, Haverhill; Karie; Baa I Toronto, Canada; E. R. Da\ a, Salem: H li 1 ? - ?; 1, o, .- i' Raymond, Danbur; v. M. Bovell, Woodbury: ri. Paddock, Albany; J. i\. dd .; g. P ighkrepsla i: I Iv .7 Ama ; : .rn, li E ll Brunner. New-L loi ?' a Bowman Elmira: H. J Burt ls. Trenton; R lt Brun Elmira; tiaro I llroa: UH A lams. Cam len N F.; fl F Zlmmerlete, Lynn; J C Wh telsey, it. 'kvllle .1. \! W r- ? k. I ynchburg, Penn . Henr> Wilcox. Poi li - 1: ri u . 1. N'ew-Brl Un; ri il V ss .i-r. - , -, c W Bwa 1, i'i ?? i' -' Suns Ba) ? * ri 1:. Smith. Ka*w-Haven; I' K Bull* Kh'.ni ?? ...'' \i 'anaka iv- wi .; in Cola -na- v. tm !? \ . :...? . ? ??-??.. 11 I' Down* N'esr-Havel E. 1: l> s Flushing N* T Olsenburg ' Barr al irg M ri Ever ?-.. A risn) . J. S Rich, ll 1 . irt. 8 R. Rh ? lempstead D iv ednell, D tvei J 1' ii Nayer, Poughkeepsie, J. It P >w-,:. I'lvmourh. I v a. Phillip". New-Castle; <; 0 Plerle laondon; - W l. Overton, Bayvllle; A ? 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'?'? oo vt : ga my over a,-* ????? ?. lan have h.-en divplayed .-?? tho dhow si thc Pata ?* ocry afternoon and evening for Um Issi w.-.-k. BID WELL'S VYOBK AT ALU WV. georgi R B Isrell tha lever Leegw Amert. can Wbeelmi 1 iround good fol 1 iw. ret 11 ned to hla place 1 the Cycle S ??* \-e?. terday err 1 received congratuli 11 from bli h._et of friend* for thi idmlrable mani 1 ih ho auperlnt^ndended '.'..? , 1 \ j-.s ,,' Pre... deni Isaac B Pol ?? A* ? >\,,rker there ure few men 1 t ?? l?eague, or, In fact, an) - -irtaig orga '1 lon In I 1* a 'M. arno 11 nipan irita Mr. bidwell *u* 1 ?. pieaaani ol 1 I !:. *?. ever/n . ? ,. 1- ir ia thi : .,. maa to ?ii and ho I the conti li ak nd. Mi Potter'" ".i luci i'ou!il noi lave heen I bet Mr Bidwell la l.ke mont r*ievi rn - lits for rori 11 don* He I* nni of th ??? mon who are tal IU 1 with ? ?? 1 * ind who never ? iow ovi r the d iwa'.i Ali. Bidwell left t ? -tam on nv- 1 .-- i,\ and tr. A ll an) .i 1 .'.-',. k ' .1.1 lia m.a Ula co-worker Mi Jenkin*, of Buffalo, int s ? ,? v and I ri ai . ? - Bul - ,?>. and ? t lin two hours after Mr Bidwell'! arrival .1 con ferenc* sat held - that I 11 1 ? ? ?... 1 know JUSI a.iv*, much SJ ' *| hal T ley f-ioiiKht li better -." do thi* hefon going inti ? >aucua, Vtorrlson'a friend! carno over |n 1 body, ar.l a*. rollcall it e.i< found that 19 delegate! .* ?? 1 1 , Pott* * ?' a** certainly a formidable mow? ing 11 v> .- lee '. ' then to malu up the'r ti-itet uni to *t.:nd by ' iel- ai il tar at taro iKh. S'c ,leals w.re offered, snd lt waa .unrested 1 isl t an) sse* ti inn na,1 my dea'm ti make ri\ey would ii'., ro maka them In 1 'anal manner to the .-om un .-toe in charge of Pol ? 1 ndldac) KOW POTTEB'S VICTOBt WAS WON 1 oppoalUon hell caucuaoi and aaMMd to feel oonSdent of :?.:>????? \ p ttae mm wag aiw.iv. present ai thSea ia. ia*)! md IOm*tlm?? many Pottei m,n The Weatern awn held .1 ea tcua, and aeasned ta taa.k that thai could ? mtrol -<-venty rotea ThB ??? repoaiid several tunes ....tm th* ??ame result KinallV ail "t" Mt Pott*r*a frletida were ,-a.i,d awaj 'r.^ni ?...? caucusea, .md then the Waitera man found that au in*t ih?-y could cjnir^ yj.