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NEWS OF BROOKLYN.
BRIDGES AND THE CHARTER
A MOVEMENT LIKELY FOU A COMMISSION
OF SIX MEMBERS.
fears for the ?pt.p of a 8inouk-headed
commission on hrooki.yn s interest?
?UHAT OrvitTAUS THINK ?G
THE ??,??.
After the Greater New-York Charter is passed by
the Legislature, it is more than probable that a sup- !
plemrntary bill will be lntroJiicr.l providing for the
establishment of a Brooklyn Bridera .'omm.ssion of
Six men. to take ?lu- place of t.ie sitici- Bridge Com?
mission.,t. who, according t. the Charter, is to be a!
the hea.l of a department under the proposed Board
Of rubile Improvement, A story that an effort will
be made to introduce the change as an amendment
to the ciiarter is :r. orr.ct
Many hading BrooklynUes are opposed to the sec- ?
tlon 1n the charter which provai? s for ttie manage- \
ment of Bridge affair*. They fear that the Commis
Btaaor ..t Um In parimen: of Bridges might come |
from bombs aectlua ??! tin? Qreater N<w-York. which
would glee him little direct Interest in Brooklyn af?
fair}?, and the) nr?? therefore disinclined to allow
Brooklyn to lose its presea! hold upoa the liiilfic
management. Brioklyn. Ihey say, has always borne
the heavier bardea and the greater responsibility,
and t.'iey contend hat Brooklyn Influence should
continu?? to pn lonlnate, Inasmuch a- Bro klyn's in?
terest in tne structure avili always be greater than
that of any other put o: the Greater New-York.
Set.i i,. Keeney, of Ihe Board o? Trustees, :'avors
a boatd ..;' Svi trustees, under the Qreater New
York, and think? ihr. e Of the five should be Mr ?k?
lyn men. Clarence A Henrique? minks th.? man?
agement of the presen; Bridge should be separate
from all other bridge?, bul he al-o favors undivided
responsibility. Prenden! Berti say. he ?? not ready
to give an opinion on ih?? proposed amendmei
cause he has not Been a copy of it.
? DEC l? ? ?? FROM ABERDEEN.
DR. A J C. SKENE MADE AM LL. D. EY
THE SCOTCH UNIVERSITY.
THK AtTrb'R OF MANY WORKS ON MKPIC1NE AMD
SCRGKRY BONORED BY THl EDUCATOR* IN
His KATYVS t?>\vn?wem. KNOWN IN
THE ? ? Id f At. WORLD.
Dr. Alexander J. C Skene. of Brooklyn, has been
Informed by the Dean of the University of Aber?
deen in Scotland that the senate of the university,
at its meet;:.c on Saturday, conferred up..? him the
degree o? 1.1. D. Tne hon,.r cam- to Dr. Skeno
without previous lnfotmatl.-.n that his name was un?
der consideration by the university Basiate, and was
thus a great aarpriea to him.
"I arn free to admit." Ml : Dr. Skene to a Tribune
reporter yesterday afternoon, "tha; I feel highly
honor??.1 by the roni.rnn.t; of the degree. Aberdeen
is an old and extremely con-ervative university, and I
it value? its own decires mes- highly It has not. |
in my knowledge, conferred a degree on this side I
of the water l.efore tne piesenl time. It never con- '
fers a degr??? except after the most careful con- ?
eideration 1 never knew that they were keeping :
euch close watch of in- in Aberdeen, hut this honor
Is a proof that they have been watching me tor a '
long time.
"The hotter Is exceptionally gratifying to me, be
eansa It comes from my native City. I prize the '
LL. D ?r m Aberdoea more highly than I would one
from any other place in the world "
Dr. Skene has had several chancea to receive the ,
degit- . : I.I, D trom American universities, but j
he made no effort to cap: me the honor. He Is best
known in tne medical world througn his books on
the eaaeasea of women. He has writ.en several books
both on surgical and med.cal diseases, which are j
hignly esteemed.
Dr. Skene is a descendant of an old Scotch family, i
who>e history Is traced from the days of King
Malcolm, in MM, Accounts of the bat:lee of Ban- ?
nockburn and Flodden contain references to the |
gallant deed? of his forefathers. In UN Sir George j
Skene was physician ;,i the.King and a professor j
o? medien?? in Kiiik's College, Aberdeen Dr. Skene j
was born m KJv ami When nineteen years old came !
to thli country ani becssn? a medica] student in 1
the University ?>i Ml? lugan. Before completing his I
course he entered tne l/ong Island College Hospi?
tal, from whlcn he was graduated m IMS. After
graduating he was immediately appointed as an n?
fdsiant surgeon In tin? United States volunteer sei
vice. While serving m He hospital at David's Island
he wrote rus rirst contribution to medical literature.
After tie war I>r. Ski ne opt-n?-d an oftVe in Brook?
lyn. Whet* ne has since practised. He has been a
professor of gynecolosy for many years at the
Long Island ?ollege Hospital, and at times has
Wen its ?lean and president, lie was for several
years lieutenant-colonel nnd surgeon of the S'.on.l
Division of th?? New-York Stat?? National Quart!.
His best-known book on rynecology was published
In IMO. Dr. Skene s Bailee is at Clinton and State
at*
WILL movi: the shelter.
WORKMEN TO BEGIN ON ONE OF THE
CYCLISTS' BUILDINGS TO-MORROW.
3THB ONE OPPOSITE THE END ?G THE CYCT.E
PATH WILL, BE TAKEN TO THE PARK
GROUNDS NORTH OK THE CON
COVR.SE? THE OTHE-". TO
BE REPAIRED.
Workmen will begin to-morrow moving the
wheelmen's sheller at West Brighton opposite
the end of Ocean Parkway from Its present po
altion to the Park grounds Just north of the Con?
course which connects the eastern end of West
Brighton with Brighton. Eater in the season the
eecond shelter, standing further out on the bea?h,
will be rebuilt and put In shape to receive its sum?
mer visitors. The second shelter was badly wrecked
by the heavy storm which raged along the shore
laut fall, and consld.rable work will have to bo
done on it before It ran be used at all. Still, it is
in no worhe condition than it has been after oth?-r
heavy storms, and the Park officials have no doubt
that they can restore It to usefulness by etralghten
ing up its iron pillars and putting in a new floor
and new railings.
The structure nearest to the end of the Cycle
Path will look like a new building when the work?
men get through with it. After it is moved across
the Concourse it will be raised several feet higher
from the ground than It has been. A spacious
veranda will be built around It. adding greatly to
Its usefulness and to the comfort of the throngs
of wheelmen who will be sure to visit it. There
will be ample provision for wheelmen to leave their
bicycles outside the building In racks which will
be built near Ik* veranda. From the veranda there
Will be ?? excellent view of the beach from West
Brighton to Brighton, such an is afforded by no
other buildi.'.g along that part of the shore. The
secoii'i ihelter will shut off the view from only a
amali portion ot the shore.
Inside th?? shelter there will be a restaurant, ?;*,
usual, and wheelmen will ??<? glad to barn that
ther,? is a prospect "f bettei service in the restau?
rant than there sometimes has been
Secretary Smith, of th?- Park Department, lold
S Tribune reporter yesterday that wrk on tt,??
shelter will probably be finished In about thr???
we? k- Nothing will be done with the sheli.r
nearer th?? water until th?? seoeon Is further ad?
? ed, and <l?-flnite> plans for tt:e nit? rations will
r.ot be considered until thr? Oral shelter Is com?
pleted. It has been decided, however, that it will
fe much more strongly conatructed than th fore,
and will be made in such a WO] that the waves
will have no opportunity to batter It dor ? In case
of a storm of exceptional ficrceneee. Both shelters
will be newly painted.
Tin: CBARTBB EXPLAINED.
VR. Gl.'NNlSON riKUVF.KHIi AN ADDRESS ON IT
UElAlKE THK 1'RRA.N CUTS laAST NICHT.
The Urban Ciak held its regular meeting at the
bom?; of Mrs. Frederick Alexander, tfo asj Clinton?
Bt., last night. Mis.? Simla preci led in the absence
Of the chi?'-man. A pleasant musical programme,
including a piano solo by Miss Perkins, song by
MISS Agnes Bandereon and a eong by Mis.? Simla,
was given, after which Dr. Walter B. Gunnlson.
principal of Erasmus Hall High School, apoke on the
Greater Nnw-Yurk ?harter Dr. OuaniaOB explain.-.1
trie most important points of the charter, dwelling
particularly on the educational provision He was
followed by M.-?. Zsbriokl, who read a short paper
on Holland
There were present, In addition to the club mem?
bers, Mr. and Mrs. Chittenden, the Misse.? Olcoti
Mr. ar.d Mm. Brosky. Mis.? Hatch and a number of
others.
After the entertainment tea was s?r\. |
fORTPOREMBMT IE THE OBEBB MATCH.
The sixth gasse in the cheei contesi between
Plllabury and Showalter, which 1a being played it
the Hamilton Chsb, woe yssterday postponed until
to-morrow, as Showalter ?.aimed the second of his
thr?? off days The ?core mi stands: Plllabury
? wiflii ?tllll'li '? **nl*9 *W?Dj lu '
NEW-JERSEY NEWS.
LAREWOOtT? BPEtXa golf TOVRSAMEST.
BRYRRAL hanhsomi; P1UBR0 TO BR TORTRRTRD
ROB in AI'HIU
I.ttltewood. March 1 (Spedali The Colf Club of
I^kewood held a meeting at "( lakhnrst." 1h<? rot?
ta?.? of Qatar*? W. Stocklev. tills evening and ne
ccpud ? handsome cup peeeentcd l>>? the Laural In
ih?? Ptaett, to be play. .1 for at their siirins tourna?
ment, which will ?a held on Thursday, Friday and
Satin day. April 22, 22 and 24
The .up will ba play??.! for ???*, dag, U holes,
match play, open to members of etaba which are
members of th? United Btatea OeM Assiaclatlaa
The ???end prtaa ?rill ba ? gold BMdal asd thi third
? buy?! m..ial. Thursday afternoon, Friday and
Saturday there will be a competition for a coneo
lation cup, aleo presented bj the Laurel In the
Pinci Thla ?rill be match play. Plager? who
failed to qualify for the llrsi pria? cup arc titgibie.
Baturdsy, all day, there will be an open handicap,
is holes, hanihcMp limited to II strokes The Oral
prize in thla contesi will be a ailvei cup presented
by Mi? Golf t'lui?, the second pi ir.?? s surer mediti,
and th? basi ?rosa acore prisa a Bittrer cup.
7?G0 WOE ES BELO UP.
roOTPADB HOB THEM OB THKIR MOSCRY AMD
IRVRRAIi PARCRLB.
Vinektml, March 1 (.Special?.-Footpads he'.J up
the Misses Mary ani llannan Donahue, middl.?
.i.:i 1 slsicrs, on their way home from chopping on
Batur lay evening.
Aa th,- worn.? ?ere approaching their home they
noticed two negroe? aralking behind tasan, Whit?
th? arataaa w?is ? naming ?? vacant lot by a path
which lead? to th? back door o.' their cottage, taro
men ?ppsared before them and tried to seize their
bundle?. Misa Hannah, In her fright, attempted
to ??ream, a/hereupon the rufltans ?truck both
women to the ground. One of the fellows lelaed ?
purse containing aeveral dollara from Miss Han?
nab, while the other gathered up tn- package? of
gi ...-?..- ?catter? I around. All thla ara? don?
F???-kh .uni bei ?? the frightened ?teten ? >uld
catch'their breath and regain their feet. Thi rob?
ber? turned upon the women again and swore they
trould kill them if they told anybody ol thi rol ???
When the women resched h ime Mlaa Hannah faint?
eil. Thla morning Hannah Donahue visited the home
of a neigh I n ind ? rid the si ??> of the robbery. Act?
? the advice of the neighbors, one of the sis?
ters Immediately informed thi polle?.
The house of the Rev. Henry H. Tnomas. past ir
of the First Baptist Chur h, tva? entered and ran?
sack? ? laai night. The burglars had .-olle.-te ? ??
Ans loi ni edible? from the pantry and celiar, ,-tnd
arranged them on the tsble for s feast, when the
past ?r, being awakened by the barking of th? d ga,
walked to a ?rindow. Th.? burglar? decamped with
al ?? ? 50 cents, extra ited from a drawer. The hoist?
of ex-Councilman P. S. Hale waa also ?atetad by
burglars last nigh?..
FELL ?STO Tim EAPT18M?L POOL.
A CHURCH OFFICIA?. THF. VICTIM or AN amvpino,
ACC1DRNT.
Plalnfleld, March 1 (Specla'.V? John Staats, an
Officia] in the First Church of Christ, was the victim
of an amusing accident last evening, while attend?
ing to his d ties in the church.
The baptismal pool was uncovered hy Mr. Staats,
after which he took a seat In the audience. Pres?
ently word was sent to him that he wan wante.l in
the rooms back of the poo!. In his haste to '
answer the call he did not think about the pool j
being uncovered, and he aseen.led the, steps to j
cross the platform. Bef M he could recover himself,
he trippe.1 and fell headlong in:o the poo; The |
su.Men ?plash of ?ratei startled the congregation,
and It was with difficulty that laughter WSS sup?
pressed Mr. Staats escaped a? quickly as pos?
sible and retire.! to hit home. The baptism was
continued a little later In the evening.
THE COM PAST U.A.NTS THE MOSET.
A LAWSUIT GROWS DOT OF AN AlaLMHD rv>N
sriHAi*Y t? DRTRAUD A traction company.
Testimony was taken In the Vice-chancellor??
Court In Newark yesterday In an action brought hy
the Consolidated Traction Company again?! Frank
Iiutton, formerly a conductor on the New-York
branch of the system.
The company allege.? tnat during a year and a half
preceding September of last year, Iiutton and other
employes embessled rn.-itiey from the company and
that Dutton'l share was 0,4)00, which was deposited
by him In the Howard Savings Instliutlon. The com?
pany asked the Court io resirain the bank from pay?
ing the money to I>utton. In answer, counsel for
iHitton all- ged that f?oo of the amount wan deposited
before Dutton took service with the company, and
that all of li, except BJOO, belonged to Mutton"? wife
before her marriage. Mis. Dutton te?tltled that Uio
deposit belonged to her.
SO WOEDEE HE DIED.
?Morrlstown, March 1 (Special?.?John Warburton.
a patient at the State Hospital at Morris Plains,
died las: week without apparent cause. An autopsy
which was performe 1 by Hr. Prout. of the Institu?
tion, revealed the presence of three teanpoons, and
portions Of six others, beside? several fragments
of broken g.ass and nome ?mall pebbles In the man's
In tee tinea. I>r. Prout was much puzzled to know
why the man had lived with thes? articles In h's
digestive organs, hut still more mvstlfl.d when the
condition of the organs was .,uch that the cause of
death could not be attributed lo It.
ARG?MEXT8 OR RLSIE'S CASE.
Trenton, Marcii l.~In the suit of Amos Rusle, ex
pttCber of the New-York ? tseball Club, against the
National Kxhlt.lilon Company, Judge Klrkpatrlck
to-day fixed March 15 ns the dai? for argument on
the defendant's demurrer setting forth that the
other clubs in the League ahould be made parties
to the suit. It developed during the argument by
counsel 'hat Ruaie is not now drawing an? pa)
Judge KirkpaUlck. commenting on this, said that
that was no hardship; he used to play ball ?or
nothing himself.
-f
KOHL GETS A SEW TRIAL.
Trenton, March 1.?In the Court of Errors and
Appeals to-day. the verdict In the rase of Henry
Kohl, the Newark man who murdered his cousin,
was set aside, and he will therefore have to be
tried over again.
Kohl was convicted and sentenced to death, but
his rotins ?1 contended that the Jury did not take
Into accoui.t the reasonable doubt In the cae?,
HE MUST RETVRX TO (HIS A.
Trenton. March 1?Ing Hung Sha, the Chinaman
recently appr.-htnded In this city as an alien smug?
gled Into the country in violation of the G.-ary
Chinese Exclusion act, was to-day ordered to bu
deported to China.
Ing Hong Sha was arraigned before United Slat? s
Commissioner Scott and made no defence, ms coun?
sel relying on technical points to secure his re?
lease. It was DTOVed that h?? had no papers In evi?
dence of his right to be In the United Slates, and
that he came to New-Jersey by the way of Canada.
TELEGRAPH COM PAS I ES CB008E OFFICERS
The Marine and Inland Telegraph Company held
Its annual meeting yesterday at Taylor's Hotel, Jer?
sey City. The following officers were elected: Presi?
dent, \Y. C. H ornatone; directors?D. Doren, Thomas
T. Eckert, Ir., ? F. Clark.?. (J. W. K. Atkins, J. W.
Bchmults, George A. Kerr, J. B. Bertho.! and C. s.
Schlvler. The dnecior.s met later and elected C. S
Schivier secretary and treasurer.
The .New-Jersey and New-England Telegraph
Company also had Its ann ?al muting a: the same
place snd elected th.se directors: <;. vv. E. Atklni
D. Doren, \Y. c. Humstone. Thomas T. Eckert, ir
J. W. Bchmults, J. B. BerthOlf and C. A. Schiller!
The directora met and eiected <;. w. ?. Aikir..-.
S resident: w. c. Humstone, vice-president, and C*.
. Schlvler. secretary und treasurer. n
High on the pedcttal
of public approval stand?
Licbisr COMPANY'S
Extract of Beef
For ovrr thirty year? the
?tandard for Purity and line flavor.
THE GOVERNMENT UPHELD.
DECISION OF THE SUPREME COURT IN
THE CASE OF TIIK THREE
FKIKNDS.
the rUOtttPA rni'RT I'lbii'TKi? t? iutsimk COM
?G.??. OP TIIK ??.?.?.'.G.?' KH.IltlSTEIt -
OTttn DECISIONI ANV'i'N' ???.??.
Washington. March 1. The decision In th* OB**
of the aliased Bllbueter Three ftleada Bnnouaci ? In
the Supreme Court et the t'nlt.d St it. - to-.lay Bl
chief ?ostica ? .'t i? likely to hate aa important
bearing on s?mil ir litigation The like! ?? tin- '
alleged that the \..--?? WOS "furnished, fitted out
and Biased, with intent tii.it she sii mid B* cm
ployed m the Bcrviea of a eertata ? Se, t" wit,
certain people then engaged in annoti meistencc ?
the ?!"?>?? rrini' nt Of the King of Spun, in the island
of Cubo, ti cruise and commit h..s Ulttea against t?..
subject dttaen u i property of tha King ef Spain
with whom the United States are and were at thai
date at p? :.?.? "
in the lower Boari Judge L ? ke he ? that I
was insilili ant under Section I -s:f. H'v.-.d Stai
' utee, because it was noM-alleged thai aald rea?
' had ?.??, n Pitted oui "wltn Intent that sin? ?? em
ploy? ? iti tne service of ? foreign prince or ?? ?
\ .ir of any colony, distri.-t M people recognised a
: such by the political p.iw.r of tbe Unit? ? Stab
Chief Justice Puiier said the court agreed with
Judge Locke thai ?.:?? ?mention tiiat forfeiture ...
th.? reeeel under S ttkm ?"?->?; depended upon tie
conviction ? f a person or person- for ? dng th?
? ? was untenahk The roll, be ?
was a dei] o reas, for tha cond? mnotlon of
tha ?easel only was not a criminal prosecution,
"Neutrality," -aid the court, "otrictly ipiaklng,
consists in abetlnence from any psrtlelpstioa in ?
public, private or civil war. and in Impartiality 01
conduct tow.iri both parties, But the Baslnteaane?
unbrok-ti of peaceful relation! between two Powei
when the doni. s;?? p.-a.-e of one of ?hem 1- disturbed
Is not neutrality in the sense in which the a ?
is us. ? whi ? the disturbance hai ai q >?' ?' ' '"h head
as t.. have demnnde ? the re tognltli a of b< . . ? :? ?
and as a mere matter of municipal administr?t.?
no nation can parmi! unauthoriaad ? ta ol wbi
? within its territory in Infraction of ite sovereignty.
wlnMa good faith lowsrd friend'.y nation.- require?
their ;>rev. nti m. tienes, as Attorney-G? tieral Hoar
pointed out, though the principal object of the set
. of Congress was to aecura the performance of thi
duty of the t'nited Slates, under the law of na
lions'. S8 a neutral nation in respect of forrt.;:.
Powers, the act Is nevertheless an act to punlst.
certain offence? against the United States by tin.-,
Imprlsonm? nt and forfeitures, an I the act itself d?
fine? the precis? nature Bf these offences."
Other not. while the statute plainly applied to both.
"Belligerency,M continued the Chief Justice, M||
recognized when a political struggi., has attain??.i
a certain magnitude and affects the interests ol
the recognizing power; and In the Instance of mar;
time operations, recognition may be compelled 0
the vessels of the Insurgents, If mob-sting othei
parties, may be pursued as pirate?. Hut It belongs
to the political department to ?letermln?? when bel
UgeieOCy shall be lecogUlsed, and Its action mus'
be accepted according to the terms and Intention
expressed. The ?llstlnctlori between recognition 01
belligerency and the recognition of a state of po?
litical revolt, between the recognition of war In a
material sense and of war In a legal pens", I
ahetrply Illustrate?! by tlie case hefnre- na Cor her.
the political department has not recognized the ,??
lstence. of a de facto belligerent Power engaged ii
hostilities with Spain, but has recognized the exist?
ence of Insurrectionary warfare provalllrg bi'fore,
at th?? time nnd since ihis forfeiture was Incurred.
Quoting the different executive proclamations on
the subject, tbe Chief Justice continued: "We ar?
thus Judicially Informed of the existence of an
actual conflict of arms in resistanoti of th?? BU
thority of ? Government with which the United
Stales' are on terms of peace and amity, although
acknowledgment of the insurgents a.? belligerent
by the political department has not taken place
and It cannot be doubted that this executive action
has called the neutrality act Into play. We see no
Justification for importing Into Section MM words
which It does not contain, nnd whi'-h would rnak?
Its operation depend upon the recognition of heilig,
erency, and while the libel might have been drawn
with somewhat greater precision, we ar?? of opinion
that It should nut have been dismissed. The de?
er?.? must be reversed, and the cause remanded to
the Districi Court, with directions to resume cus?
tody of tho vessel."
The law of tbe fitat?? of New-York forbidding tbe
us? of stove? In cars on steam railroads for hunt?
ing purpose? was affirmed by the Supremo Court
to-day. The case came up on appeal by the New
York. N.w-Haven nnd Hartford Itallroad Com?
pany. In th? failure of Congress to legislate on
the subject Justice Harlan said It was competen?
for the State to provide for tho riafety of passen?
gers, both in cars running on railroads within the
State or coming Into it from another State.
Tiie. statut? of ihe State of Louisiana prohibit?
ing unner penalty of II. OX) citizens of the Stat.
from doing any act In connection with the hawing
of ? policy of insurance by a company which has
not conformed to the requirements for doing busi?
ness In that State was declared by the Supreme
?Ourt to-day to be unconstitutional. Justice Shirts
speaking for the court, said the statute was ai:
unconstitutional Infringement upon the liberty of
ihe citizen, and the Judgment of the State courts
was then for?? revei a d.
There was an echo of tho failure of tho Koyston??
National Rank, of Philadelphia, in tho Supreme
Court to-day, when a Judicial construction wi
put upon a transaction between that hank nnd
tho Fourth Street National Hank of tho sam?
city thi day before the hank's doors were closed,
The president of the Keystono Hank borrowed
ten.'??) from the Fourth Street Hank, giving? In re?
turn a check for that sum upon the amount h?l.i
to Its credit by a N.w-York correspondent. The
Fourth street Hank set up a preference for Its
claim, and Justice W'liltc said that the otrctini
stati.es surrounding the transaction established l.n
equitable lien upon th?? New-York fun.is in favor
?.f the Fourth Street Hank agslnat tho claims of
the general creditors of the Keystone Hank.
The claim of the city of Santa Fe, N. M., for th.
title to a tract of land four leagues In extent eacn
wny, measured from the centre of tho plaza of the
town, which the Court of Private I.and Claim
afllrmed. was rejected by the Supreme Court of th
United States to-.lay The claim, said Justic.
White, was based, not upon contract or grant, but
upon th?? operation of th?? Spanish law under the
Spanish ?1? mltilon. This claim, the Court said, was
entirely unfounded. Th.? judgment of the Land
Court In favor of tho town was reversed.
Tho two cases of the Chicago. Hurllngton and
Quinsy Railroad Company against th?? city of
Chicago, growing out of condemnation pro..1
lugs for the opening of streets across the railroad
company's tracks In Chicago, Were decided In the
Supreme Court to-day against the railroad com?
pany The Jury trying tho cases originally gav.
II damages to tho railroad company tor taking n
property nlong the right of way in lUlBcienl quan?
tity to open th.- streets '111is. it vas asserted,
was a violation of th? constitutional prohibition
against taking private property without due proc?
ees ..f law ..n.i without rompen at Ion Th? s.
? ? ein?? Cour! decided II could no! ? ? \ l< .v the action
..f ? Jury upon questioni of faci submitted t.. it.
and It found '?? error In th? application of the
law t" the case bj the ecu ? Tho ludgmenl <.t
the Btate couri against the railroad company was
afllrmed. Just lei Brewer, whi.ncurring In ih<
gen ral principles enunciated bv the Couri
sen ted from their application in thla rase n g
In ins ..pin;.,n, a taking of property without corn
pi n.-atioti.
The effort of JttdgO-AdVOC*tO? General Swalm, re?
tired, to recover the smounl of pay withheld from
him in der operation Of tha judgment of a couit
iii.'. rtial. hn.- been rejected >.y th.? Supreme Court,
whi.-h to-day affin.? the Judgment "f the ?ourt
of ?,'lalnis against ),|tn
Th?? criminal features of tho ? ileomnrgi.rln. ? ?
war* aaatalned by the Bupresas Court to-day. Three
perse na were convicted it: the courts of tin- DI
trlct of Columbio "t selling nleoniaigailiia without
having it ita-nped nnd marked as required by
the regni.?..ions leaned by the Commissioner of
Interi ai Revenue. They applied to the Supreme
Court of the United States for rel?ese on writs ol
habeas COrpUS, Ml the ground HUH It was not com?
peten! for Congress to delegate to the Commis?
sioner "f Internal Revenue ?? ta ???? Secretary
of the Treasury ih? Judicial ru.iMloni arhleh they
exertlM-d In tuts case, p .? Chief Justice held
that it w.s a revenue law, and thai the issu.? or
stampe was pure!) an administr?t!.? function
Th? writs of natv ?? coran?, were denied, nd ihe
petitioners remanded to custody to serve oui th. ir
aentenct ?
Th?? call for to-inorroa will be Koa i"i (and
oo. 23, M rand E?), M, HS, IM, IM, SS land IN and
?.'.?. ta snd tN
LEGAL ?XTELL?GENCE.
KEARNEY ESTATI TRUST TO STAND.
Justice l.aw r. ?. ??, in the Bupreme ?'..un. asa .!??
Died tin application of Uri Oenntde C. Kearney
.n.'. Roben Kearney and Henrj I Kearney, her
son?, t.. e*? .?-id. ?r modify a iraal deed mad.? by
them, under which Pierre W. \V:ld.y ans appointed
trueteo for the estate held Jointly by them under
UM will of Philip T*.g4?earney. It wus (1.-signed by
?he motion to .na??!,? Mrs. K'earnev to get MON of
Hie principal of the trus: fund, but JuatlCC Lawrenci
rifuse? to set th?? trusi deed ?aid? <>n th-? ground
that In It (lit.? w ? im .luise for r? vocation, and
that th.? Instrument was executed by the plaltrtlRS
'indir their ITS? will.
-?>-?
MKS ItoSS'S LOAN TO HKB HUSHAND.
Justice Smyth r.-.rve.l dclslon yest? "lay In the
-nit brought by Mrs. Daisy isabella Rosa to racovw
l'i.??? from lier divorced husband, Mlllard KUtmors
?'"Ih? in':.-, a in? tuber of th?? Stock Kxchang-? Mrs
it?. ^ a??.??.? that aha leni th.? BS.00Q to PoIbm mm to
buy his s. m on ins beh?ng?, and thai after lending
it she signed a pa,..r which Ii" said was a mere
: orinal transfer "1 II:?? s. ,i in bun. but win. b idle af
?? raard found ? be ? release from ?II obdg ilion to
nay. In consideration of s glfl of P. The principal
?-iti..?.-.- called yesterday ?ras I'olhemua, who denied
that be either made any promis, lo repay the ?20,000
OT tO pay Inter.?.! ,,n ?, ??,,? ,|. ni? d any legal liability
0 repay tile lllllllCJ.
- ?
COURT OF APPEALfl CALENDAR
llbany, Much L?Th? court of Apfmala day cal?
indsr for to-morr iw la: Nus. 7.;i. s;?, nil. Ml, M7, Ml,
... and Ott
COURT CALENDARS FOR TO.PAY.
Appellala Dirtelo? OS pre tas Coati Before van Ntunt,
P. ,?. Runtaer, Patteraon. O'Brien and Ingrabam, JJ
??.art open? al ? p, m. Noe. 0, IO, 11, LO, M, Si. ?:?>.
H, ?V, I". in. .'h>. :.:?. M, 00.
Supreme Court Bpeclal Term Pari I?Before Law?
? ' ?, .1 Motion eal n-l ir ? ailed al 10:00 a. m.
Suprema Court Bpeclal Term l'art li Before Beach.
I. ''..un open? ..? 10:80 a im R? part? matter?.
Supreme Court Special Term Part in Bet?r? Be???
man, J. Motion? Demurrer?: No?, 0T8, 871, 08* Pre
? ???.? cau? >: Wo. itii Clear.
Hupreme Court ?pedal Term Par' I ? Before Kux
? il .1. La? and 'act: So?. 1381, 0070, \\?a, ?SOS, 4100,
?.':?:?. 4307, 3*87, 1309 CI ?r
Supreme Courl Special t????. Pari V Before Pryor.
Cause? ... ot ?enI from Pan IV for trial. Clear.
Supreme Court Special Term Pan VI Befor? Truaa
? Suai - ??, ? ? ?eni from Part IV . ?r tria! Cleai
Supreme Court Special Trim Pari vili Before
.? dei an ? railroad ? ?'-? ? Clear
Bu preme Court Trial Term Pan [I Before Freedman,
? Preferred cauee?: v. ???7, 10504 invai,, MOM. 1117"
11301, 11 -?.".?> 7230 0081, 0818, IliTlW, 10843. 10800, 1'?'.'.'7.
II203 11204 11287 WHO, ?????) 10022. Hear
Huprem Court Trial Term Pan m Befor? Ollder
Haeve, .1 So?, .'?^?. 3229 4777 .'.'.?::? 8B10, *:? ???7
.14?'. ;::.lv 47M UH42 ::7.:.i. w?']'?,. 8373 2?"., 3201, 4I2B
1130, 4137, 4108, 1238 1238 124? 1240, 4201, 138T, 427?
il:?.. 1440, Inqueat: S ??''??'??'? C? e unflniahed
Supremi Coun Trial Term Pan IV Before
? ?rd, .1 Cauaei to ?,.? seni from Pari lit for trial. Clear
Supreme Coun Trial Term l'a.? V Befcra Daly, .1
to be seni from Ban III f r trial. Cli
em? ? in 1 rial Term Pan \ l Before ? oh
.1 .....-?. ? ? ? ? f| .m Part HI fOI irla,
? ? ,r.
supreme ???.??p Trial Term l'art VII Bator? Duero
? ?? 8083 3 '?I. 5812 ?413. ?70, 0814, 1324. 3871
8701. 4'::.'?. WM3, 80?8, 0214, 3.181 Pis. G.77?, BIS ISM
1322 1330 ISSI, 1394, 1083, 1383 1301, 4401. Com ?
Un ?ned
Suprema Court?Trial Term l'nrt VIII?Refere Dai
: ..,,-??? i. i. -ani fr>m l'art VII f .r trial Clear.
Sui reme Court Trial ?<???? l'art IX Adjourned untli
M under March 10.
Supreme Court Tr.ai Term l'art X B?f?re MeAdam.
I Tau???? t., t* ?ent fresa l'art VII for trial. CSM tir.
' n;?he,|
Oupreme Court?Trial Term Part XI Before ??
Latas, j. Catta?? lo ??? ?ent from preferred eal andar for
trial. Cleat,
Siiprein? Court?Trial Term Part XII IW re Werner,
? Caiiae? lo he ?eni fr..m preferred 'alendar for trial
:? ai
Siirrr.cii?'? Court? Chamber? Refnre Arr. Id ? M
ilei lar railed al l" SO ? m Me 1 IBB. ?rill
Krtftine Ihm.innl, nt 2 r ni Mo. 1??. will Of Chi
Khmannl, ?l : p m. Will? for probate Alice O'Meai
\un I. Tarn.?:. John S Benrand, I/??'.: Prendenrel
?arali 0 r ?ter, Catherine E. Demar???. William ??
sin'lK at 10:3(1 a. m. ; Marcirei ?' ?>??".?, at '.? p. m
Surrogate'? Court -Trial Term Before FRiaerald, 0
v.. issi, ?m -f Henry (teller, m 10:48 a. m : Ma 1238
?rill of Mee? Lyon, at nil.*, a. m ; ? >. 277, ??'at? of
? hn 11. Havtland, ?I 10:40 ... m.: No, 27\ .-state of
l'rha.? Ilolland. at 10 lit a m.
rnv Coun Bpe lai Terra Before McCarthy, J.?Coun
,? 10 a m M ''a>? ?' 10:30 a m.
riti Court Trtal 1>rm Pan I Before Conten, J.?Bo?
'?147'i 1807 1801 1807 480, 2B48, 1?CT K>l>t 42'V?';. 1407
Mi 1008 17*8 I if'*. 1"44 1887, 1*35, 1830, 1810, 1808
1480, ?,',.???. 17?. ?;?2. 411!?. 1030, IW Clear
i'itv Court -Trial Term -fut il Before ritaalmotis, .1
\ .. ISM 1040 ISB0 073 121? .1?Ili, .'t?in>,. 14.11
IMS, tile. 1>?. IIW3, 12*2 1882, '"2. '?- 1804, ????, ISSO
2J7. 1303 714. !?.'!?? ?70 7.1. l'a?? iinflnl?h? '.
City ChUrt Trial T?rm Part III Hefcre SehiKhman. .1
Public Xoticce.
ATTE.VTION IS CALLED TO THF. AP
VRRTtSRMRMT IV THK "city RECORD" eora
iienclng on t'.e IHih day of February, ls'.?7. and .?'??ntlnu
a? therein coneeeutlvely f.>r nine idi day? thereafter "f
the ' niirmaiii-iti ?,? th? Board f Rerlelon and Correction
.f A????sments af the following aseeeementa in ih? sev?
rai ?ani? h?r?ln le?i?nated:
PIRST WARD. CUTLER'S ALLEY. PA V INVI between
'.Vater and S<.uth ?tr?et?. t>.?: PEYSTER BTREET,
l'AVINO lieiwe.n Water ind S nth stremi? BURLINO
-UH* AMD JOHN' ST. PAVINO and LATINO CROSS
WALKfl between Peart ami South ?treet?, OREEN
U'li'II STREET, PAVINQ fr.-rr ltattery place to Fulton
-treet.
FTR8T. TIIIRO. ?G??, KI'.HTH AND NINTH
WARDS. WEST STREET. I'AVIN'i: ANI? LATINO
CROSSWALKS, firn Battery pise? t? Oanaevoort ?treet.
SECOND WARD rLETCHBR BTREET, PA VINO
?.M> LATINO CROSSWALKS, between Pearl ami South
-treet?.
THIRD WARD. HOLLEOE TLACE. REOCLATINO.
ORADINO, (TRIUNH ???> PLAOOINO. between Cham?
ber? and Dey ?ire???? GREENWICH BTREBT, PAV1NO
between V?aey and Bkarolay ?treet? WEST BROAD
WAT, nssgtng between Veaey and Barclay ?treele,
?????t?? Ward Jackson blip, pavino amd
LATINO CROSSWALKS between Water and South
?treeta. WATER BTREET. SEWERS, between Merkel
Sill. ???? Jefferson street
ELEVENTH ANf? BEVENTEENTH WARDS. -STAN?
TI ? ? STREET, SEWER i'iCTLET EXTENSION, Baal
Hirer
TWELFTH WARD.?BOI'LEVARD, PLAOOINO be
'???en Nlnet\ ?Ixih an.l ONR HI'NUREI' AND ???????
8TREETB ' OLl'MBI'S AVENUE PAVINO AND LAY
IN''. CROSSWALKS between One Hundred ani Twenty
?Ixth an.l One Hnn.lred und Twen tv-??vent h ?treet?
'?ONVI-'.NT AVRMI'E, PAVTNO beiwe.n One Hun-lreal anM
Forty-fifth an.l ? in? Hundre.l end K.rtyelxih ?treel
?8??? STREET, REOULATINO, ?'? fr.in Klni;.,f.rt.lK??
- a.| :. Tenth avenue .H'MKt. TERRACE, PAVINQ
\ . '?iween one Hunlreci an.l SlxtieMi ?nd '?tie Hundred
md Slaty??eond ?treet?. MANHATTAN AVENUE PAV
IN'i? between On?? Hundredth and '?ne Hundred and
Third street?. MANHATTAN AVENUE. PAVINO
'ne Hundred and Sixth and nn? Hundred ?nd
Tenth etreets. PLEASANT AVENUE. BEWER be?
tweea One Hundred and Fourteenth ?nd One Hun.irei
m.l Fifteenth ?treet? PLEASANT AVENUE. PAVINO
Itetweea <>ne Hundred .ind Fourteenth and One Hundred
ind Fifteenth streets. ST, NICHOLAS AVENUE cnOBB
WALK at "n.? Hundred and Btiteenth ?treet. SEVENTH
'VENUE, CROSSWALKS al "ne Hundred nnd Eleventh
?'reel, ,,??-, .n ???? ? ?venu? ?nd On? Hundred and Elev?
enth ?treet ELEVENTH AVENUE, BEWER8 between
One Handled and Blshty-sllth and On? Hundred and
? ii-ht;,?-.,?venth ?treet?. EIOHTT-SIXTH BTREET,
PLAOOINO AND CURRINO between Weal End avenui
ind Riverside IMve. NINETY FIFI H BTREET, PENC
INO ?a-t a.f Boulevard. NINETT-BEVENTH BTREET
I'AVIN'i AND I.A VIN': ' ?.".-.-? ? IJvfl between Fourth
md Fifth avenue?. NINETT-EIOHTH BTREET, PAV
INO heiwern I.exlnirfnn nnd Third n\'.nues ONE HUN?
DREDTH BTREET PAVINO from First avenu?' to Baal
River ONB HUNDREDTH BTREET, I'AVIN'i: between
Madlaon and Pourth avenue?. ONB HUNDRED AND
EIRST BTREET PAVINO between laexlnai >r. nnd Park
avenue? ONE HUNDRED AND SECOND BTREET
PAVINO between ''enfiai Perk Weal and Manhattan
avenue ONE HUNDRED AND SECOND BTREET
FENC1NO between Columhu* ind Amaterdaw ?venues
ONE HUNDRED AND SECOND BTREET, PE.NCINO tw
l?.? \S' u End ?venae ?nd Riverside Drive ONE HUN
DRED AND THIRD BTREET. PLAOOINO between Co
lumini? avenu? and the Roulevard. ONE HUNDRED AND
SEVENTH STRIKT. PAVINO AN" LATINO CROSS
WALKS fr.rn I'lambu? avenu? In ''ri'-^i park West.
ONE HUNDRED AND EIOHTH BTREET REOULAT
INO. ORADINO. Be, ?."ween Columhu? and Manhattan
ie? ONE HUNDREI? AND ELEVENTH STREET
REOULATINO ORAPINO, *e., fr^-ni the Boulevard to
? !?? ?venue, ONB HUNDRED AND TWELFTH
STREET, PAVINO between irr\ and Seventh ?venie?
ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTEENTH STREET EENCINO
'..?w..-n Pleaaanl ?venue and Ea?i Rli.ME HUN
DRED AND BEVENTEENTH BTREBT PAVINO fro??
Vmiterdam ?venue to Montini avenu? We?t ONE
HUNDRED AND EIOHTEENTH BTREET, PENCINn
between Park nnd Madlaon ? venue? ONE HUNDRED
AND TWENTIETH BTREET, PAVINO from Imaterdam
nenne t., noulevard. ONE HUNDRED AND TWEN
TIBTH STREET, PAVINO fl m Man'...??,? aveaue I
M'.mlnealde avenue f. ONE Hl'NDRED AN"
TWENTT BECOND BTREET, PENCINO I.reen Seventh
ind Elahth ivenue?. ONE HUNDRED i.vn THIRTT
TIIIRD BTREET PAVINO between Twelfth ivenue ?
ird. ONE HUNDRED \N" THIRTY SKVKNTII
STREET RA -IN rorner Mad ? ?venui ONE HI ?
DRED AND THIRTY EIOHTH STREET PAVINO fiom
,n terttam ivenue l? thi ? ilevard ONE HUNDRED
AND PORT! SECOND HTREB1 PAVINO from the
Boulevard ? lb? ? v Central ?nd ?. it Railroad
ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-SEVENTH BTREET
PAVINO f m \??.svi 'im ?venue to Boulevard ONE
Hl'NDRED IND FIFTY PIReT BTREET REOULAT?
INO OR ?'?INO A fi ? ?? ? ihiirei ?venue t ? Harlem
ONI HUNDRED ?ND EIFTT-SEroND STREET
REOl'LATINO ORADINO etc., from Hradhui ? avenue
Harlem R ? ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY-THIRD
STREET. CROSSWALK weal ?Id. ??< Boulevard ONE
HI N'DRED AND FIFTY EIOHTH STREBT RAHLN
?? nei II .'?? . ? Iti ONE HUNI IREI I
AND SIXTY FIFTH STREET, PAVINO between ?matei
mil ? ??;? mb. ?ven ???. ONE 111 N'DREII AND
l\ I'll STREET, PAVINO from Amiterdam ave
.? ?. ? ' ???
TWELFTH ?ND NINETEEXTH WARDS EIOtfTT
SIXTH STREET SEWER OUTLET between Baal ??, I
avenue snd Ea?t River.
SIXTEEXTH WARD THIRTEENTH ?VENITE ???
INO AM' LATINO CROSSWALKS between Eighteenth
six ?
?
id Twenl
EIOH1 KENT!!
? . u
W Vit" I XION SQUARE BEWER
? Sixteenth ?? ? Seventeenth st,...?,.'
TRI ET. SEM ER OUTLET be'
.:V THIRD I
.. ? A" an ? E
NINETEENTH WAR" SIXTY mini) BTREET
FLAOO1N0 ?ND CURRIXO In from ? \ ? ?108 ind ,W
IEVENTY FIFTH STREET. PLAOOINO AND CURBINU
I'
?KCOXD WAR"
north .si.D of Fo
?nd
NINETEENTH AND TWEN"! S
sixth AVENUE, CROSSWALKS,
f irti treet.
TWENTIETH WARD THIRTEENTH AVENUE
PAVINO ?XD LAYINO CROSSWALKS betwi
TWENTY FIRST W ?RD, ? W ?: ? t ? - ?; ? ,; n t |(
STREBT, FL-AOOINO VM> ('URBINO fi m l'usi avenue
? R? ? Rive, TWENTY EIOHTH BTREBT PAVINO
bet are. ' ?I Bui Riv.i. THIRTIETH
STREET. RA8IN - itheaal rner ?? Sei t,a ivenue
TWENTY SECOND WARD PtFTY FOURTH
BTREET. REOULATINO ORADINO ? ? ,,, .,., fi||i
avenui to I'm Is- t? K'\?? SEVENTY SEVENTH
EIOHTY SECOND ind EIOHTY-THIRD STRFFTs'
II \s|N.s al ? .??'?? . ?? .? EIOH I IETH STRe'et'
G?.\.;.|???? am? ? ! RHINO ?-"????< Il iitevard and \\'-st
End ?venue EIOHTY FIFTH STREET PAVINO from
ird to Amiterdam aven.LUMHUH W'l'N'r
FI.AOOINO betwera ltlshi> f1r?t nn I El?hlj .
?treet?
TWENTY-THIRD WARD RI'NOAV PTREET OUT?
LET BEWER WITH BRANCHES TINTON AVENUE
SEWER WITH BRANCHE! ONE HUNDRED AND
I THIRTY-FIFTH STREET REOULATINO ORADINO
i PAVIXO. ?. , hetweei ? ? |n and Will?, ?venue? OV?
HUNDRED \M> FORTI MN'llI STREET BEWER
OUTIJCT tran Ilari? in Rlvei I Moll avenue nvp
IU-'NDRED IM' FIFTY THIRD STREET PENCINO
rotiIbeaci mi ' Mon ivi nue ? ?NE lH'M.ltrii
I AND SIXTIETH STREET FEXi INO ?outhwe?) . rner ol
I Railroad avenue Weal ????: HUNDRRD AM> BIXTT
I FOURTH STREET PAVINO I n m n ?ton road to
Timi" menu?? ORE HUNDRED AND -??\t? -.??
? I KEV I It I?. "??. ? ? Ini ? and Fot i
ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY I'MIITII \N!> ON?"
HUNDRED \N" rHIRTI NINTH STREETS PENC?
INO :??%?? ? Hi ??. l Willi? ?venue? ' ELTON
? ?VENUE PAVIXO : m Oni Hu Ired in I Plfl ?
? ?irret t., Brooh av. nu??
ABHBRL ? ??G?, Cerna? lier
City of New-Tork. Finan.? Departm-nt, Comctridletra
' Offle?, February 23, lSb7.
? No?. I?! ?TI 1742 17..2, ?28. Sfai, 102?. 1718. 103, 1?!27,
??!, oft, eoo, e?, itss, 173?. Mi, vm. 2<?ih, amo, 2020.
3031, MB. Mi, ?* MBB, 20?7. 2<?2*, MS ??>?'?'? ('?'?
untlnlsli.'l. .
City Court- Trini Term l'art IV Before \an V?>ck.
C ,i Short oausaoi Noe. IB8B, MBe, MSB SH 4Mi7.
4300 4.'.1?7. 4.'??. IMO, 4<i47, 4&4H 4IH7. 4427. 4.114, 4.*>t?n.
1',??), IBM, l?-M. 4477, ttM, 4'KM. OMS < lear.
REPEREES APPOUCISP?
s'upieiiie Court.
itv Laarreaea i.
Pruni ngt Brand Sylvester II. Ward.
Overtoil ?gt Birrtay?Orosvaaor fi. Mabbara.
Fife ugt. Ilot?! Vend me . ?..tupiinv It pert Murge?.
l!y HeeKiiian, J.
Matter ef Bryanl Fr?-!? riefe s. Human.
w.u.. , , .-?? IVothereooon -Edward E Met.ali.
Mattai r Reynold? Fr,-.|eri. k s. l'uman.
Meyi r ??? 111 key ????G ?. Oll ? '.
Ue y ?'-' Il.-.rt Kugene ??. puweiei.
Hv Reach. J.
v itter ' f Dill laraj Piter B. umey.
.-? ig r agi c ? le! Sidney J? ''..wen.
receive;?.* APP01ST8S.
Supreme c.airt.
By Seskaaas, J?
f, WllltOM Iblle ait. Matthew OngSS (four caie?)?
.1 an J. Katrell.
By I*tw rem e, .1.
km Advartlelng Agea y ??t CalBBBtBM Electric Com?
pany Ki.uik J. >?....-.
pii?lic Xotir.ee.
l>l HI.il : NOTICE.
* OSkn of tne Clerk ef th? maini os Council. Room s
City Hall. New-York ?'Ity
February 17. 1*07.
Pursueal te directions given me in ta.? foUoartag r?solu
non. winch aras sdopted n>? ni?? Common Council rebrusry
??th. lvjvv end epproved by th.- Mayor February Kith. ????,
uz. "
He?. Ived. Thal Mai.lay, M.ir.l. 83, lk07. at eleven
o'clock In the r..reno..n. ?,t th?? . hamber ol lb? Hoard of
Aldermen, be nd ???>? hereby ere designate? a? th?
?n., pia.e ?p.i. and ?ver?? ih? application of tne
forti second Street. Manhattan vili? and Bl Nicholas .
Avenu? itaiuvay Company t.. the Common Council ?.f th?
Citi ? New v.ik r.? its coassnl snd permleelwi t thi
construction, maintenance and operation by the sani pati?
ti' n?r ? r th? street-surface railroad exuneloa? "r i<r,anrhe?
snrntlonexi in the petition or s.mi componi for sut-h eon- .
sent and permission through, slong snd upon the surf.?? e
of Klngsbridge road, ..r Broadway, an.? othei -
.lUverd? arni highway*. ?'?! forth la said p?'
tloo, ani ? ,??!..p deelsnated wl|| i,e ttr.st c n?idered; and
that public nolle? be given by the Clerk of ibi? Botrd
leblne tbe -an..? dally f'-r at least f.uiteen da)u
ID iwo .la.I ? ne wipe per? publlehed in th* City of New
lore, to b- de? Igne ted there! ? !>> hie H.a.a thi Me) .?.
.-ia.? to thi provleit>n? of ?ectlon ? "G the Balli so
Law, ai amended, ?uch advertising to M ??' ihe ?spense
nor.
Public r. itlc? I? hereby given that St the Um? Md pi? ?
I In th? rei lutlon th? following application .f
?.?? Pen -? ond Sir? ? Manhattsnvl :?? and St. Nicholas
A ? ?- Kail? a) Com| in y ? Il b, neldered, a? ?? re
lUlred ti> the 11 ?visioni ..f the Batir id Leu
? ??., iai.it the Corninoli Council of the Cby of
New t? ?
The pesinoti r,f the Forty second Btreet, Manhattanvllle
? Bl Nicholas Avenue Boilway >' mr-any respectfully
. t I-.1I.1 irtiiroad company IS s eorporoUoo organize?)
ind r nie ?.?,?., ,f ih? stat.? of New Torfe, and fot many
.ars owning and .p. rating a street surface railroad on
r rly second street, fi m the Mudsoa river t.. Ka?t riv>-r.
and to Thlrty-f..ustn Btreet Perry, sad upon Tenth ave
nu.?, ih?? Boulevard and Manhattan street to Fort I.*??
Ferry, .ind aleo upon Bt. Nicholas avenu?, fr? m Msn?
litan ?treet t . On? Hnn.ire.i snd Tenth street, end along
One Hundred and Tenth Mreet to tne easterly termina.?,
thereof. The ? ?.a,?! company also u ?n?fer? passenger?
Mth the Thud Avenu? Itmlpad Compim. and BUM wl'h
? .-??.. iveniis Railroad Company at one Hundred
md Tenth street, and at Porty-second street, thereby
?hahllng pesienger?, by means of the-e two great rall
...id Ih.es f the ea?t ?Ide of Ihe city, to reach th?
'.rani ? '..t.tf a : Depot and the .entrai and lippe* ?restera
portions ..r the city, ani t.. the F. rt i..e Perry at One
Hundred and Thlitle'.h street. t>y ..ne continuous ride, I
f ?o d.-site,? fr,ini the I'tty Hall and from Fulton and
Pei k Blip ferrie?.
The said company proposes te extend It? ?v<t?tn by
constructing a railroad, a? trinche? or extennl-n? of It? '
r-^eiit line, thr? ugh. upen and along the following
SVinUes, road? and highways. SS follow?;
commencing; at the Intersection rt Manhattan street
ind the Eleventh aventJO. or Boulevard, and there con?
necting hy suitable curve?, ?witch?? and appliance? with
the company? existing lallroad on Manhattan street; run?
ning thence northerly, with double tracks, through, upon
Hid al .ng the raid H. ulevard to the KingshrMg? road, or
Broadway: thence through, upon and along the Kings
bri.Ik- road, or Broadway, to and across the bridge ..\er
ike ?hip canal, .h.a. ? through, upon and a! n| th?
Klngsbridge It?.ad or Broadway, fr-an ?he bridge over
the ?hip canal to and m. in?? the bridge or pr. p? ?e.l n-w
t.rldge over Spuyten 1 ?uyvll ?reek n' Broadway! thence
northerly fri.ni .?aid bridge o\er Bpwyten Duyvtl rreeg
?t Broadway through, upon and along Broadway to the
?Ity line.
A'?o from the Junction of the Klngshridg- road or
Broadway^ and Biverdale avenue, running thence north?
westerly and northerly through, upon and along River
dale avenu- to the rlty line.
Also from the Intersection of the Boulevard and the
Kingab Idrte road, or Broadway, at <r near Meet One
Hundred and Sixty-ninth ?treet. through, upon ?nd along
the .aid Klngsbridge road, or Broadway, to It? ?unction
with Amsterdam avenue, at or near Went One Hundred
ind BlSty-second street.
Also from the Intersection of the Eleventh avenue, or
the Boulevard, and the Klngsbridge road, at or near
?"?ne Hundred and Sixty-ninth street, running thence north?
erly through, upon and along the Eleventh avenue to
Naegle avenue, thence through, upon and Blosg ?aid
Noes?* avenue to It? Inteisectlon with Academy ?treet.
then.? northwesterly through, along and B| en Academy
^tr.et to the Kingshrldge rood, there to connect by sult
,1 | curves, IWltChei ant appliances with the raid pro?
posed railroad apoB Klngsbridge ruad.
That ?aid proposed extension? will ?upply much needed
facilities for public travel and intercommunication between
widely eeporated portions of the city, and will abo give
a new Impetus and encuragemen' to the development of
m Important ?*? tlon thereof, the proper growth of whi-h
na? been retarded by the want of railroad aocommodatloa.
That the raid railroad on said branches or extension?
Is to form a part of It? present railroad, and he op?
erated In ronne. tlon therewith, so as to give a passenger
f if a ?Ingle fare of five cents ..ne continuous ride over
and upon said exl?t!ng railroad of the Company and eaid
extent?!? n.? ? ? branch.?-.
That the length of eeld railroad on s.tld proposed
branches or extension? I? twelve and on?.half mile?, or
th-reabouts. and the same Is to b?- operated by animal
power, cible M electric moti?* power, or by anv other
power other than locomotive ?team power whi li the
-ame company niay be lawfully authorized to use.
Therefor? your petitions, prays that the Common Coun?
cil ..f th? City of New Y rk may grant Its consent and
permission to said company to extend Its existing railroad
tracks and construct, maintain and operate an extension
? .r bran, lie., .f the railroad of said company In the <"ltv
"f New York us.on the ?treets. avenue? nnd highways
ab ivi menti ned. together with all nececsary connection?,
turnouts, sidings and switches necessary for the proper
working and accommodation .* the car? to lie run over
su. h extension or branches In connection with th?; present
existing rullr ad of said company.
l?ate.I New York. January 29. 1S97
iSeal.) THF F? ?RTY-SKCOND PTBKET. ??????
TANVILUC ASP ST XICHOUAB AVKNL'E BAIUtOAD
COMPANY, by ALBERT J. ELIAS. President.
State of New York. City and County of New York. ??
Albert J. Ellas, being duly sworn, depose? and say? that
he l? the President of the Forty-second Street, Manhattan
\,l|.. and Bt. Nicholas Avenue Railway Company, the
petitioner named In the foregoing petition: that he ha?
read the foregoing petition by htm subscribed, and knows
the contents thereof, that the same Is tru.? to the knowl?
edge of the deponent exeepj aa to the matters therein
?tated to be singed on Information and be||?f, and as to
tho?? Blatten he believe? \\ to he true; and further that
he ?Igned ?aid petition a? President of ?aid company
hy th? authority of It? Roard of Director?, and affixed
the corporate ?eat of ?aid company thei?t., in- the ilk?
authority. ALBERT .T. ELIAS.
.-? rn t? hefnre me this 20th day of January, 1<?07.
OEOROE W. VfLTEE. Notary Public ?22?. C & C
Of ?. Y
All persons Interested In the foregoing application nr? |
her.hy notified ?o be present at the time and place mei
tloned in said resolution.
Wat. Ft. TEN EYCK
cierk of the Common Council.
OFFICE OF THE CLERK '?E rilR COMMON COUNCIL?
Boom No, 8, Cttv Hall
v.-v V rk Cttv February 2.11 1?07
rpHE METROPOLITAS STREET RAILWAY
' company nnd the BROADWAT ANP SEVENTH
A VENCER \II.It'?\I'C?v,n'ANIVh.iv ng file.? their petition
bearne date February 15th, 1*07. with the Common Coun?
cil of the city or New ? ?'<. ipply'.ne for it? .-onsen? ? . t.
given to the c .netructi.n. maintenance aad ipermtlon bj
re? power r as underground current of electricity of
loubl? ti ?? h branche? or estenel n? of the petitioners' ra ;
roods, \.r..: An extension or branch of the r.t I road of the
Met?? ? .litan St. Railway Company .? .mmen.-ing at th?
lnteisectlon ..f the It.?very and I'el.m .??. ?tree! ar.l run?
ning in and up.n the ? ??-^ I I Kr m ? street snd
westerly In arid upa. Bre?me str.-et t.? i',.ntr? ?treet to an
extension or branch of the railroad .f the lb iadwsy ani
s.-\etit?. Avenue Railroad .' Ripani commeoelag ?? the
westerly ?Ide of Broadway ut Iti .in?, ?treet ?r. 1 runnli -
thence ca?terly In end upon Brooms street to <-ent"?
?treet, and the ur.l .n there f at Centn -??>.?? ., ?,,?? not
ilf ml ? from ?uch pel tlon? ? ?? ti ve im??
..r route? upon Delancey street ani Broom? ?treet reepe
lively, ..n.t the eetabllebmeni b| the ? nitructi ? t she
connection of a n-w rout.? for public trave in snd upon
? he surface ..f esld street? between ?aid svenuee
Now, tlierefor?? pursusni to direction? rives me in .
reeolutlon winch w.i? adopted bi .tie .' m men r-.uneii
February 18th ISSI and approved hv ?he Meyor Februerv
83d, f-07. Pt'BLIC NOTIi-B of such application le hereby
fives snd that al ti?? Chamber of the Board ?>( Aldermen
bi the City H ol In th? City "f New y rk u Kr: laj t ia
12th day "f March. ISBT, a! 8 o'clock in t.?,,? afternoon
su li appi:, ati ? of said railroad companies will be \\.,\
con .? ? ? ? . i ., public hearing hed Ihereoa.
.Ml person* Interested In the applicati ? are ?..tried to
v ?? ?,?' ?? ?ni al the I . an ? ? u si ???-1 id ?- . ?
luiiity will be giren them tobe dee ? ? in reist ? t her? to
um ?? ri ? ?:?.??
Clerk ?????? ? ? ". aincll.
S
tc?inl Xoticco.
17PREME COURT, lu Um in.ntrr of Iba
Application of the ?? .ard of Fire Commuas ? -
?It) of New Torfe '? bei,?if .f The Ma. t .\?.??p????
ina e mmonsli) r tiie Cliy of New ? rk by ih? ?
?? Ih? Corporstlon .r ?aid Ci > relativa t.. acquiring
title ? certain land? .?? Ih? weeterly ?id? ?? M??TT
STREET between Broom? and Ci ind el.? in the ? ir?
te, nth Ward of said city, duly eelected b> ?aid Board a?
a site tor buildings for me u?e of the Fire Depsrtm.
. i It) iindri and in pursuance of the provisions of chat?,
ter 191 if lb? Law, ..f l?i?i v
PUBSt'ANT 1" THE PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER IBI
.f the Law? if IStM entitled "Ab sci in relation to build'
mg mips f.?.- the l'ir?? Deportmeni f the ?It) of New
? ak" snd ?H other ?tatutea in ?uch <ns,?? ,,,.,
provldi ? notice ?? hereby giver, that sn applicati ? will
be mode t.? the Supremi c.irt of ih? Btate if ???,? ?,.,?.'
SI a Spelai ?? ? in of said ?Ourt. t.. ?^ held at G irt III
m the County Court-houee, m 1?? c;.s ,,f N, '
Y..rk. .n the l.'.th t?a) of March, Ir*;, at the oDenini t
Ih? ' ourt "ii thai .U>. M hs ? - ? thereafter ,,- .1 '
be heard thereon, tor tha appointment of Commi? ?'.?'"
of Appraisal In the nbov.-?'ntltle,i matter.
Th? nature and eaten! of the Improvement h.-rehv m.
tended I? ??? scqula.tlon of lltle b) The Mayor Aide?
men ind Commonalty of tiie ?'it> ,,r n, vv \.,tW , ;
land? and premleee and the a4>purtenascee thereto bi
I .ngitig. ? ih. weBUrl) sida of Moll street ? ,?..'?
Broom? and c.iand streets, m ihe Fourteenth \\ ., \ ,t
?aid clt) m lee ?Imple ebaolut?, iiie asm? t> ?,. , n,, .
?d, approprlsled and uaed U and fot ine purpoeee eue.
tl-d US said vhapi.-r 1G.1 of the I.uw? of iv,.4 ,,,, .,,?,,,,..
... Ina been il il) -? : . ? ? bj esld Board . ? |?..,. f,, ,
mtsalonera ot lbs Clt) f n.w Torfe .s g ,,?.. ?.., ,?, , ,
Infi ir the us.? ..f th? ?????? Departmeni t ?aid clt?
m...' m ? la pursuance of the provisions ,.f ??id chai> '
... (Bl ..f the Laws of I8B4 i.? as tl.v following ?? rlbed
lot, Bisce r parcel f land, namely:
All thai certain lot, ?.r par. e| of i.,n,| -pu,t
Mng uni bslni In th? Fourteeniit u.,r,| .,, ,,.? . ,lv .,;
? New V .k. bounded and deecrlbed ?, follow?
.an,., ai a polni ? th.? weeterly ?ide of Muti ?fi.?, t
dUtani 231 r--t '? - loche? northerly from Ihe corner
formel b) th? int. ? se. m .n ..r the norther!) :'.? of Cl ind
nitii IB? a ilerly lids il Moll .ti.,?- running
northerly ?long the weaterl) ?id? of \t tt street
1 SS f.?? ?. ihenoa w??) rl) paralUI .? aearl? - a>ltb tie
northerly ekle of Crani itreei n?i [cet li', inchei
n ..v.. ?outher? parallel or nearly ?o to the wraierljr ?Id?
of Moll -treet 'ji feel 8<4 lachee; thenoe easterly parallel
or Bearti -" lo ih? northerly side of Qrand ?ucet luo
feet !l im In ? ? Ihe ? Int or place of beginning.
Dsted NEW VnltK, February Idth. 1W7.
niANCTS M SCOTT, <Oiin?ei tJ th* OseTrOrattea No 8
Trvi.n Row. New York Citr.
Public Notice?.
pUaSUO SOT?CK
* Office of the ''>rk of th? Common Council,
Boota \ city Cail, New York nty,
F-i,ruary lli'h, 1???.
Pur?u?nt to direction* riven m? In th? foil -.??Ins reso?
lution, which wa adopted bj th? 0?"???"3 .r.un^ll F?l?
i ,r?. B?fj ?Sat ?r.u approved ?j m? ?,, ,r February
13th, |s:,7, rll :
lle?'il??t. r? ?.. ..?.?may. the 22d day of March. ISf/T, at
? e. at. retoes ,? ?.? ?fiarnoon. and th? chamber of
(lie G???-? of Aldermen l.e nnd 'hey ?re hereby desig?
nated .?. tha :-n? ?nd ?!,.?., when and where 'he appli?
cation "f th? Thlra Avenue Ka.lrtad C mp?ny ?nd th?
? ? ? nd Btreei, ManhattanvIN? ird Si N'unot*?
Avenue ?:..,;??. Company lo the Common Owmell of the
city of ?? v y,??? r.,,? |,N eon??n' and ?..?p?????'?? for DM
construction ?ad nperatloe by the ?.aid petitioning r m
panie? ,f ih? ?x?en?loi ind ..nnertlon ?etw?-n their
reapectlve line? r>{ ?Tree; ?urfac- ra'lroed ?? In their
: petition particularly recited, -h?y 'h? ?aid petltloa?
Ina r?mpanle? .1e?1i,na IO unite a? pr.vld?d In Ke. He,?
?a. a? amended r th? Railroad law. their tare ?aid ,?re?t
?urface ?treet railroads in the eft? ,,f New Yore, m
manner ,. ; ? ?,,, ,, ,,, f, r.h lf) ,h?)r ???/. petition ?nd
t., th?? construction ard op ration by the ?aid pedttttaaers
'?f the ?aid eSlentlOB and connection an?' ? 'he eg..?,?).
?????????\ maintenance ind 1'ration 'hereof a? 1 new
lind continu ?. ??..,?, of pubi I.?..?! ?? pr. vlded In ??'d
'- ? ?'? '???'? ?'- ?mended by toe iiailrrad I??, will he fir*
eon?idered :,r,.t 'hai public notice b? given ?" 'f- C ara
of -hi? Board h-, publishing '?? >>,me didv for f u-teen
day? in tw.. ,,,? newapaper? llahed in 'hi? etti ti
be deelfl 'ri?. HI? Honor, -h? Mavor ?eeord
? I to ?hi pi .-1 n? of ?eetl. ? 02 ?a ?rr.and-d. 4 'h?
1 '?? ' ! I?? ?aid advert ? me re be ?? ,h? e,r.?n?a of
the peliti ?? r
Rubli r tic? I? hereby gir** *b?' ?t ?he Mme ?nd
pitee meni ? thi rei hi ? Ion ? ' ? i? ipp.lra
f the Third Avenu? .? ''e ? ru ?eroad ?ir?*?
Manhattanvlll? ?nd Hi. NI'ini?? ??.????? Railway r-omi
panica ?ili ? ? nildered .. ?? reouired b> ih? provi? n?
of ih? Rai . : ..
T' ''? ? Ibi? | ? <? mm?.- CaSJS I f the G|?7 of
New V . k
Th? petition of the Third Avenue rtallr el company
and 'he ? ,? .,.,,... s-rae? ?.' ?? Pra af
Nicho.?? Avenue Railway Company respectfully ?ho????
I. That your petitioner? a'?, aid for many ???? h?v?
lean. ?ire,?. Hiirr.,. .- ml , rail n? OWBIM ?nd
operating ?treet ?urf? I ? - igh upon ?nd ?lone
lertaln ?treed ?nd .Tenue? In the ally ,f yew ? rk
IX T'.Hf I' ?filfa ,r,? r .?.. a , , Thl-d
Avenue Rl . , ,.., ??? ???4 y r.y ?/.c?nrf fl.r???.
Mai . ?,?. . ? md Fi ?. la? Av?n ?. Ri m?
panr at thi :?-??, r East < mi H indred ?-d
Mil ?treet ara |?????:,-? a?.'rue ?;,;d ? Ir.? of union
la-inir :. .? over dtl? half mile from lUCh r?.??? I ?? l.nea
t r n'en .-u.,! ??.enaction ? hi mai? I (he ?
iiructl ? : : ration f ?n ?ate? ?toa r
'?" U ' f the rallr id Of th? Mid Third Avenue R.? ;r ?d
Company, commencing ?? ? ? ?aeterty :?rminu? of ore
? and T'.venij fifth meet, at or n-ar -he H?rl?m
River connecting there by ?Ultal I? curve?, ?wl'ehe? ar.4
nee? wll railroad I tin ??id Third a? en ??
Railroad Compai :,-? n une H'.'.dreo Hrd T?'-n'y S'th
?treat run ng thi itheait ?? wtttl
d ui.ie track? thmua ..ed ?ion* privat? pr p?r?y
?..??.? ' . '? ' ? . -? a ,..?,
?treet >..?? ? ?outherty through,
up ?? and ?!ong Hid ?|.?,,?.?? av.r.ia ??> ??M r, in? of
unioni ?nd by the constructi n. malntenanc? ?nd perai ???
eaten ? bra ne I ' Ihe ralli ? I f ,??> ?a'd
Forty ?e nd -????? Mai ?ttanvil ?nd Ht Vi li?
Avenue Railway foi ne at th? :n'*r?ee.|on
? ? ? t?-?? ?"??' ?e' Pleaaeal ?v?
??il'ahle curva-? ??l'iti?, nnd
' th? -aid Forty ?e-ond.
Manha'ianvllle ?nd St. ? ?? S ft?*? R? Iwey Cem
I my in ; rui ning ? ? louble tra b? n.r'ft?rty
throiiKh. upon ai.d al tin ? Id Pleaaaal ?'?rue to ??id
fednt of Union. ar.d -he m?t- ? h? op?r?'?d 1 ? ?n?
motive ? w.-r wl Ich - ?? a - rrav at aa* time lawfully
be u">d ? either f Ihe route? eoor,ee.?d th?re*ay
III. That by 'he e netructlon "f ?ueh .-.nnee'ien v?ir
? r? will he able sr.d h?reb^ iff???? (0 e?.?h1l?*|
?nd maintain a new ntlnu a? t^??? f.r nubile t?\?:
i.yer the exi.-inr track? or r'adi and ?ail rr.nr?r?ion
And. provide.) th.T -he |.,ea| ?u?: lit M of the e|,y a,f
New- Tors will <?G.????? to the eon?trjctloa rt ??id e?n
re.-tlon and to the .?? il li.hrrent. maln'enaace ?nd 'ped?
il?n rf ?aid new rout? for publie >ri?.??: ? ur r?'l'lon?r?
hereby enn?ent and aeree uh? ret|Ul?lt? err.eeni? ??
or |, rv .wn??? - Ih? lawful ?ub??li?.?? ?herefer h?vtr.r
been fir?? i...-???'?? ' eonairuet ?aid eonneetlea ?nd o
maintain and operate th? ?arre a? a o.r? f ?ald n
tlnuoii? route for ,r.e fare.
IV. That ?aid ronnectlon eanr ? ?? ?-perced *? an
Independent railroad with' r Inrony >n ?nee >r .s? punie,
but it i? lo th? rubile edvaniage ?ha? ih? um? ?he-i'd s?
r.pera-ed ?? ? e r.dnu KM ! ?? .t route m-ltn ?,id e?l?tlr.g
rallr ad? respectively
Wherefore ur petitioner? pnv fer ?-? *-.?,??, ?. ,h#
loe,?,) ?uthorltle? t th? Itj f Me? v rk te ?h? r n
?tru ? n and opera! ' 1.1 ?ani ?? r. ?nd to th?
establishment nMintenar.ee ?-?' eat rat lea of ?aid net?
Continu .? p-ai'e I r; ?' ??? I
r>a"d N'en- V r:. Fehruai s 1 fc',7
(Seal.) THF THIRD H'BVUI RATLROAD <"OM
PANV bv Albert t FR?? r-??!d?n?
?9-?\ ? FORTY SF.'ONI. sTREFT. MANHATTAN?
VT'.r.F. ANI. BT NICHOLAS AVRNt'R S A IL WAT
COMPANT b^ ?;s r? I Rila? pr??:-??-.?
????? of N'e-v TTk, Cltf and Cou? : New refit ?? ?
Aller? T. Bll??, l>eln?i duly ?? -n l?f?Sx??e ,p ??t*
tha' h? I? 'lie P'e?tdent ' ?. ' ? -d \ven j? R,i:-?d
i'aimpinv the petitioner -.imM In the foreg m? petia|0n:
that he h?? r?ad the f. rei:? Ir,? peliti ? b] hm ?.|b
?erlbed, ?nd know? >h? eorilend "-?-?of. ?h?, ,?.? ,?m?
la true to th? knowh lee r ??. dep r?r?, ?seeet ?> to
the rna"em 'herein Mated ?" be ?P.eged -. tnferm?'loa
?n?: belief and a? ? ?^ ?? matten I? belleraa I* to u?
true; and, further, tha? re ?igned ?,'d petition ?? ?t??'
d?r? of ?aid e rrpiny hy the a..rlt> of it, RsaPd .f
Plreet.T? ar.d atlxed the r>,rp?r?t? ,?ai of ?aid <*omf.?ny
there,., by the like Mthorttt ALREP.T I FRIAB.
Sworn to before m?, thi? P'h d?y of F?hruarv t??ftr.
JOHN BROLLES
Notarv Tublir R, Y Ce Mo 1!?>.
State of Raw T^rk. City ard County of N'ew York, ?e ?
Albert I Fl;a?. heir.? du!\ ?wyrn. depo??? ?p.d ?ay?
(hat he I? the President ..f the F r-y ?ee rd Street. M*n
hatunvllt? .ird SI Mirti la? ireaue Railway 'Vmpajnr.
th? petitioner named In the f regoir.? petpi-n by him
?ub?.-rlh?d and know?, th' content? 'hereof that th? ??ma
1? tra? ?? the kr-wlela? ,,f th? den. seat, exe.pt ?? t,
the matter? therein ?tated ' b? ?lle?e,l on Information
and belief and a^ to th???* matter? he believe? t; t0 r?,
true ?nd. further, that he ?lgn?d ?aid ????-?? a? Preal?
denl of ?aid romnanv. ard afflxeri .he r ,rporate ???.i of
?aid company thereto by the like ?u:h rln.
AlaRFRT ? ELIAS.
Sworn to before me. this ?th day of F bruary, IgST,
JOHN PROLI.K3
Notarv Publie, N. Y. On . No HO.
All p?r?on? Interested In the f iremlng appllcatla? UO
hereby no'lfled to he present nt the tlm?? 'ind pi???? meo?
tioned m ?aid reaolutl a, \vm h trm e???.
i~!-rk of the Common i"Vmnet|.
pCBLIC NOTICE.
** Office of th? Clerk of the Oasaaaaa foun^.l. Room S,
r t> Hall. Mew-Tors City
1 February 17th. 1?*T.
Tursuan' to dlr?o(|on? given m? In th? f Kow-ing rer>la?
? tion. which waa adopted by the Common Council.Rf^jf/
?th 1V.iT. ar.J apprised by tl-e May r lebruary 13t>-. 1S?T.
VlRe?o|ved That Mondav. th? 221 day of Mireh. 1*??. at )
P m o'clock In the alterno .?. ani the i'h?mh?r of the
Hoard 'f All -men. I? and th?? ar- hereby designated aa
Ihe unie and place when and wh-re the appheatlon of the
Thrt w-nue Rallr ad Company to the G mm.in i'ouncll of
the city f Mew v rk for it? c neeai an ? perailaalea for me
con?tructlon maintenance, operation ani use by the ?aid
ner ? f the ?urface rallr?.?d mentioned In th? petitiaa
i: Vai.I petitioner f * ruch ? naeat. (hrouga. lipoa ?nd along
the furfa.e of On? Hundred and I ..rty-flfth ?treet, end
1 other ?treet?. avenu??? and highway?, aa ?re more particu?
lar'}' ?et forth In ?aid petition, and therein described, will
be lire! conaldared, and that public n;tlce be given by the
1 Clerk of th'< BVvard by publishing the ?ame daily for four?
teen dav? in tvv > dally newspaper? published In this city,
to be designated therefor b) his ? ? ?;? the Mayor, ac?
co-dmg t . the ? r? visi n? of section 92. aa amended, of th?
Railroad Law, advertiaing to be at the expenie of the pe
Pubi C notice I? hereby given that ?t th? tlm? and pia?-?
mentioned in the resolution the f iliwing application ,,f
the Third Avenue Railroad Company Wilt be comtdered,
a? .e required by the provision? of 'he Rail: ad L?w.
To tue lin?table the Common Council uf the City of
New Y.ik'
The petition of the Third A.enue Railroad Company re?
spectfully ?howe:
That your petitioner I? a corporation, duly organlied ani
It) i" .rated under the laws of the State of \>w Yorfc. ,n,
attracted and now 'pera"?? a, line of railroad, ex?
tendine am ng "Hier streets. up.?n the Bowery, Third ave?
nu, .m? Hundred ani Twenty-fifth street. Manhattan
itreet and Am?terdani ?i-w. m the city of New fera.
That your petlttoner pr-.p ?ea to conttruct, maintain ?nd
operate a ?treet ?arfaee railroad for public u?e, m the
City of New V ik. with diub!? track?, cnn?-ting with the
track? of said ompany already constructed. and a?
?StensiocM ther->f. upon .ml ?I >ng the ?ur?
face of streets, avenues a.id high?a>* ;n the city of N?w
York, a? follows:
l'ioni the Junction cf Amsterdam ?yenu? and \Ve?t One
Hund???! and forty-ftfth street, rtiaaietlaa there by ?uit
abU? curve? swlt'he? md appliance? with the companj??
road up ? Amaterdam avenue, running ther.-e easterly
thiouuh upon and al mg W .?*: One Hundred and Forty
tifth ?tree, m ib- Harte? R.y?t.
Mio frun the ?ame jun? tl ? "G Am.'arlam avenue and
1 Wen one llur.-if't and Forty-flfth ?treet, with ?unable
,,,??, running 'hence we?t.-il> lb rough, up ?? and
al aa Weal on.? Hundred and lOtty-nfth ?treet to the
? uievard >r Eleventh ..y-nue.
'J hat your pe ltioner now own?, and I? operating, in the
City of ???' Y' :k? ?,?< ' t'',r, '' '?.' 'trotom, fourteen twea?
ly-nve- me-hundredth? mile? of railroad, or there?b.uta.
' T"at ?aid pi'ol' ?*a extcneion? and branche? will be ?bout
one andone^uarter mile?, or th-re?b..u'?. in length, and
will become and h? ? ??*" of **'d ?>*t-m. and connected
lhThr"t':e construction of said railroad will greatly ac
eommodat? the public and prom t? it,.? conveaiene? there
Of a" I ?'i;i aff""1 a?l?1"'??,n',l ?"'' ?nuch-needed faclllttee
i.,r ?ravel U the territory (hi >ugh which ?aid railroad will
?tend ?nd'will ?n*W? your petitioner t. traneputi per
"? fi??." ?? l'oints .r. It? ey.t.m ^.r ? , vnainM
a part of ? coiitnaous line t^ their deatini:, | for on?
' faTh?t the railroad proposed to be ,-. nMruoted. extended.
ra ntalned and ? p-'iatrd by your ?etUl? ;? t. ,? h.:e;nhefore
?at forth .? intended to b.? ..pera'ed b> ai.j m . ,, p,wir
other than ?team hicomotlve power which no? or h*r?
aft.-l mat be lawfully used .: -in; toyed .?', .ta route
That pureuani ??? the law? of thli ?tata ?? ?? niriaeaiT
for it to obtain the conaent of th I mm n , . .^#
Citi "f Nee V rk to enable :: to . . ,.n an4
' ,; ''*?',; ?' . ,? ', .- pen?
ti ner ? ? appi ? - l ' " "r " * '*???* " ?'> for Mefe cca
"u'heie: > '?.'." ;;.V 'nrr ,'?'?1>;!? ;,n'? m .k.?? ,,,.,,?,...... n
VlU-rt .1 EHM B?"?! ??l>JS" '?"?'?G ?*? and ??y? th?t
be ?. the Frieldeni of th; Third Avenu. Rallr. ,.i com.
I...UV the D*tHI !"'1 lamed IB th? f.'reK |n| patltlo?: that
. hu",. ,: - patltlon by him ?ul*.-ril??d. and
,? ?7? thi ?tent? there,,f that the ?am, I? true to tn?
knuwledae ' "" ' ' ' ""nt. evep: .?? ?? .tt.-r? therein
?tated lo ot allea' : on Information ..n : belief, and aa t*
thoaa matter? hi ijelleve?!? toba fue. ml rurtber. that
? ,. li m .? Freal.tent .?( ? , | . ? b> the
?,uthi"(!l> "f ,'" ""?rl ol l'ire, t ?u, ?nd afTy^d the ??t???
? .'e ?.-ai el ?aid companj thereto, by the i.k ? ?utb r.ty.
ALBERT ? km AS
Sworn t.? before m? this s:n ,it\ ' ;?.? ?,-\. is?t.
JOHN IIROLI.R'?
? tai y Publie. Mew Y. ik County Me HO.
All pereena Inlereated m the foregning r^splieeiioa are
hereby notlSed to be present ut Ihe (Ime ?n>l pia e mea?
ti ned in ?aid resotatloa WM 11 TRM RTCK.
ilerk of the Coiutn <n Comoot.
1>i USlANl? tu siaiiiioiy ???????p??????. n.iUt1?
ls liei. In given that An At ha- ? ,-, p ?a .?e,| by "?th
? the ?..??.?'..nun?, entitled As set at amene?
rbaptei f ill hundred .'. 1 I f Ihe I??? f .iihteen?
hundri ? ??' I right) tv?o entitled "An ?,,? t.> ooaaolMate
into on? \ ' 'ill to ito lare tie ?perlai ani ?????? law?
affeetlna public inter.??!? in the t*tt\ ..f New Y..rk." aa
amen.?.,? l.\ chapter Bve hundred and Mxt> sexen of th?
law? of eighteen hundred and nln.-tv h\e. relativ? to and
otherwl ??. -. a? lo pr?vida for the Improvement >'f ten??
meni and lodging bouee? In 'he etti >t Me? Tort.
Further notice ?? herebj fives th*t a rubli.? Hearing
up ? ?UCh bill ?III b? held at t he ? itti ce of Ihe Mayor.
in the 'in Hall. In the city of New toft, ?a March'
Brd ISBT, ?* 3 ' ? eh I' M
Dated City Hall, N'.-w Y. rk. 1?<?*
W I. ?G ROMO Mayor.
ADVP-RTtSKMirN'T!? and eubecrlptlon? for Tba TrSV
une received at their 1'plown OfSc?. No 1.2*2 Rro??V
way. ?d door north of ?tat ?I until ? ..'clocl. p m . ad?
vert????? ? 1.1. rceetved at (he following branch ?djM at
regular office i?te? Until M o'cl ck p. m ?la: t?* Bth?
ave. a ? cor 2nd at. 1G.? l'.tb ave? cor 13th ?t . Macy'a.
BTh-avr and 14th ?t , 14? ? ' v.n-i u? ave . near West M"
at.? IOS Wwt 42U att . atar eth ??... S3 Kaaf "that ?

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