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VOTE TO SAVE THE WOODS.
BLACK'S ADIRONDACK PURCHASE BILL PA88B# Till" BBNATB. IH! ONLT ??r.MKlTla?*?* TO IT CAMi. G??? l-XlfU 8F.NATx'i;3 **-;rt*itr.s!:NTrN-a t??p NORTH MRS ?-Ot'NTtKs Alb.iny, April ? ?.Sp?*?*lali.? The Hvnute to-day pt.sscd QovernOr I""a?k'8 Mil for the purchase of $UHX',(HHi worth ...f Adirondaa-k foreet lands. Opposition to Ine measure woe made by Sena tore Malby, Chahoon and luackett, who rep? resent tome of Ihe Adirondack counties, and ?Ir?e; y ottered amendment nfter amendment, but all were reje? ted. It was th?? condemnation feature of the Mil which espedaBllj? excited the o* poult ton of the Northern New?Y?ark Senators, but they could not convince their fcllow-Senat?. is from (?ther ?parta of th?? Btate 'hat th?? ?plan would seriously harm the ownera of land In the Adirondack re? gion. Senat.T Ellsworth skilfully defended th? n assure and showed the weakness of tho pro j??! se?i amendment Senator Malhy attacked that part of the hill Which states that th? owners of land, when It Is tak? ? Qllder condemnation proceedings, shall i."t he paid, if they reserve the spruce trees for their c?\?r. us.?, until these tre??.?* ?.re cut and the land cornea, wholly within the control of the State. "It Is a fair option," Mid Senator Ellsworth. "lu ? uns?? th?? land i*> only valuable to Its owners on account of ths eprece The owner of ouch land may have his ; ay at once If he pienses, or ' li?* may say he wishes the ?spruce limiter, and in that ?ase holda his land until he removes the spruce trees." Senator Bracketl replied: "In any case, the State pets the '?est of tin? bargain, it is con? fiscation, ? would remind the gentlemen that Northern New-York glvee .",?.???? Republican majority ai ?? that th? re la tircat danger <?f losing 1? ?;?? us bad e measure as this one Is peered." Benator Chahoon said that the people of Moi . New-York wer?* n??t vandale and wood thieves, as had been charged. They were as de : Ir lui r people that the wo? da ahould be preservi d Thej were willing thai the Stat?? ahojuld enter Into ? ?mpetitlon with them for the own? rahlp of A lironda k landa, but thev di ? not " ih to e a cloud coal upon the tltlea to their lands, rhal ??: >ud would be ?'as; by the condemnation feature ?f th?? presen bill, Col ? nel F..X, of tl ?? Sta:?' Forestry Commlsatont had Stated thai there were .'.?>??.?? ??> acrea of Adiron? dack lands offered to the Btate for a low price. A condemnation acl therefore, was n??t necea sary, There "as S20,00U.U0ii inveated In the wood pulp and paper manufacturing buslneaa which won by the proposed law. IWOri answered that Northern New-Tork waa Indeed the bulwark of the i;e publlcan party, bui thia bill would not harm that majority. Th?? Stata would pay the full value of -very a re of land it took. Tin* ?Senate under Mr. Ellsworth'a lead voted ly an amendment offered by h : .?*' r ?? ? k- tt. declaring that aoftv . Man? lier mlghl be cul from Btate lands, and another amendmenl offered by Benal ?r Malby providing j that lan.l ahould be bought al V- ay acre, with the perp? tua! privilegi of (rutting off th? timber ?granted to its ..????sou ownrra Benator Mall.y contended that a greal Industry would be j destroyed If the wood-pulp manufacturera were noi permitted to rem????? the aofl timber, Bena t ?!* Kllsworth repli?"! ?hat the State would have ; the aofl wo -1 ? ui down and lold. You ??annoi sell a piece of timber from State , big enough for a log'a whip under the con- j atltutlon.*' sal?! Senator Malby. Sena! r Bracketl then calle?! attention to See. 7 of Arti, le VII "f the Constitution, which aay a: The land? of the State now owr.e?! or hereaf-er red, constituting the Forcai Preaerve ai now fix. ?1 by law, shell be forever kept ns wild fores' lands. Tl ? - not be 1? as? d, sol : or ?-x changed, or he taken by any corporation, public or private, nor ? th? timber tl ei ild, re mov? l or destr >j ? I. Benator Kilsworth. howe\*er, contended that the State could cut timber for the sake of preserv? ing the foresta The bill pased by a vote of 4_ to 4, th?? negative vot? ? being given by Senators "Bracket!, Chahoon, Krum and Malby. A committee from the Board of Trade and ; Tr; ??| of New-Tork City waited on ? Governor Black today to offer htm the sup I f that Hoard in his eforta to aecure the enactment *?f the Adirondack Purchaai bill. The committee was Introduced to the Governor by Controller Roberta. I? conaiated of E. P. Martin, ? an of the Committee on Forests of the Board of Trad? and'Transportation: P F Sebo fleld. Horace ? Fatrchild, .lohn H. Waahburn, John All? ? and W. F. McC nneil, asaiata n1 a? cre tary of the ? ard, Governor Black thanked his callera for tl xpreaslon of support, ami said he wss In hopea that the bill would be enacted Into la a TAMBES TRYISQ To c.et ETEX. TW ? BII_t-l WHICH WOULD E-MABLE THR ??? 1 ? PAT HI8 ' OVXSEla ! : Albany, April I Assemblymsn J. J. Sullivan to? . iced a Mil pi ivldlng thai the Board of Estim?t? ind Apportionment of New-Tork and the ... oth? :? ? minti? s may a nal tl?..? ? ounticg fees, with Interest ?ption of the presei tion by any county officer who ? ai iv In any ? : Ing tO r? IB from oflVe, or to rev;.??*? or pro lon of his of tlco, ' ? ? ? proce? ling ?auo In hla led to relm B :; Tarns? ?, ?? ? ailn'a bill trted fa? rably by the Assembly ? ? to-morrow, providing that the of Estimai? and Apportionment ?t,.-.? audit ???alms to the _-.-:t?? of J?:.???? In oi ? y?tar bi by the s / I ? Sew-York Count) at th?? expira? ' ' ' ' - HI for expenaea In? .i r? ?1 In brlngXg sui? .? ictlons made nccessarv by < Irtue of his ofl BUXD ? f /; ? fi / ?: ? ie VOTE h DOWX. IN ??'??G Or ??,'*.? IRE" M'M.IVAX'S FIGHT FOI' IT ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS Albany, April *"? ?Senator Wllcox'a Mil providing thai Incorporated club playing ?????? ??.??p on Sunday ?hall be lined 130 for ea? h offene came up in the AaasnM) to dey. Tbe real object ol the measure is mil Sunday baseball by making i* difficult to mpion in the Aaaemhly ' J. Sullivan, .?? formet baseball umpire. Mr. Marshall, of Kings County, ????????.??? the mu on the ground thai 11 simply licensed professional clubs ?o play ball on Bundaj and prevented ama? teur eluta from dol? g the satu?? thing He ? aid that no parti " ?fi le ??> o;? ?record sa favoring a bill -?? peri) onal clubs ?? r*i ? ; ?baseball on Bua Mr. Bulli-fan defended ti.?? bill, saying thai base? ball playing on Sunday would please i :?.ir??is of throughout ? Bl The BMssura waa Ihen defeated i?> a voi? of ii to r,:??. Henal nr Wl Ite'? Mil providing for the ? of the Cuor ? ringi Reservation ?before January 1, ItOt, \A.i- paaecd ?... a vote ol *??- to .??. The i.iii ti repeal all lawa relative i?> barberlng on Bui to penali barbering in all parta ??? the Staio all day I d y, waa ?recommitted to the General Las ? oaamlttee for ? further bearing. 11. T. Aadrewi Introduced a i?ii? providing for tho extr-iis.?". ol th? viaduct airucture In Park-ave., from One-hundred-and-erst-st. to Ons-hundred and-eleventn-si , It ?? clt) of Xew-Tork, si sn eg noi to ? ??.: BOO.ooo, and another providing tha* the Commission? rs ol Public Charities in N?-w yyrk a for th?? erection of a buildiiiK for hospital purposes In ti??? Twelfth Vani. ? A FESSEL FOR THE XATAL MILITIA. Albany, April 1?Governor Black to-day signed Boaster ? ol ? ? ft ? b? s?proprlatlng ??,?? for a ? ?f 'he Kaval Miai..? of th? State. impure Biood Eatln?,' rl? h and hearty f.x.d, sweets and fata In w'lnt>-r, ? : MM C?infl?t'?:p? nt and breathing vitla.ted sir iti ofl?? e ?m r- ah p. iiouip, factory or acho-?il ?Tnoaa. aeesasa ??ssw a illy makes the blood impure, | fSl |? \j and eruptbins, bolls, p?mplate, humors, are the result. Dissi? t.?!?--, htdlge?atlon and inuny ?.th?-r tr<?iil?l?-e are also osuged by Impure l?lo?td. Hood's *l?rL? Ie the best-In fai-t the One True Blood Purifier. Hood'S PINS X, ?*"??& ?J**?Keetlon, ,WU3 ruetw btuionsaass. 20 centa. ??'.'?'? *-'*>V. : *-'?*' '? A?.LPAIN ?\ G ', ' '* / ^XAVOID SUBSTITUTES^ WASHINGTON NEWS NOTES. Washington, April A. A DESIRABLE FOREIGN POST. Coli net Alfred ):. Hock, of Georgia, nominated bt the President to b.? Envoy Extraordinary snd Ulnlster Plenlpotei tiaiy to .Tapan, i? regarded a?, a fortunate man t?,.? mission t<> .tapan li o!'.?? of the most desirable appointment! sbroad for many reasona The rein tkns between Japan and th.? United States sn mo.?r friendly, and tbe diplomatie dutlea ire not likely ever to become difficult or unpli Thi salary is t-J.000 ? year, besldea a ! ie.-i.'i.?!. ?.-. and a Iftnlater, if la? ear? ? ??' do ??. ? an easily save half .his is 1er y far a rain) day. The climate of Japan la delightful, the urn indliig* are Bttrartlve, an.l loclei ?' ?!?> beat. ?'??<? ?team? en make the run fron Vai s'< so thai Japan is no longer ? far-off country. John ?lussc;] Voting, who ?a* Minister to <'hli?>. ai travelled > ?teneiv? l\ al road, declarei !.. ,1 .. Cl . i??>? Of thl ll I ' igll nils?!":.? he W 0 ill] ?. i the post al Japan abov? all others. And yet. when the President gnve Henry t*. Psyne ?a* eholee ..f any mission out ide of ?'???? ?:? ir Ambassadorship.?, Mr. Payne declined noi only that to Jap ? bul anv other. Mr. Payne dealreu lo be Ambasaador to Germany, snd failing In thsi preferred to il | hi n ? WATS ANO MEANS COMMITTEE'B OUTINO "It Is a long lane that has no turning e Semiti Ccmmlttee on Finance has settled d? wn io work on the Tariff bill, snd the Ways and Means Committee 1? taklnp s little outing. Tbe committee, It will be remembered, worked right through ti Chriatma* holiday?, and through the Interval between the old and new Congresses, with no alack up until the Tariff bill bed pained the House ? m th? com mlttce li enjoying ? well deserved va stion and having a generally good time "That sit work and no play make? .1:.? k a dull boy* is jti*t bi trie? .?( ?'ongressrn. ? as of Jack," ??? of the committee aald. "So we are going ?? enjoy ? little play aft. r months of hard work " The President'* dinner to ?)..? committe? on Friday evening open? I the tea eoi of relaxation, Veaterdaj the committee went io Gettysburg to visir the battle-field. Of .-ours., their Wives and daughter! went almix. and there were also the Speaker m d Mrs Reed. Th.? part?? pu? ni the old tavrn known si the McClellan lion ? One member of tlie committee. Repr?sentative Tswney, of Minnesota, was born near Clettyabur?, eight year* l.efore the war li.? ?-*?-. ? i.i well remem? ber se.-?)? the G ? ion troops march hy .?;i the way ta the bottle-fleld, ?sratchlng with boylah delight the waving fltiiis nn.l the long, duaty columns, That was the romance. At fifteen the reality came, when ? \? ? nt Into hl? father'? blackamlth .?hop io learn the 'rad??. A few years inter young Tawnev went vVeai to "griw "p with rhe country." Hut he car? nei his trade with him. and worked at it until sn opening offered ?? study law, having in the mean time studied Irregularly night? and mornings Af-.r- t.einn admitted to the tar he took a cien??.? of lew nt the Cnlverslty of Wisconsin, and thla completed bt* education, ao f..r a* going to ..frei- in? was fourteen, l sal fall he wai elected for a il'.lrd time from the 1st Congress Districi of Minnesota THE AGE OF BOMB STATESMEN -As a nil..? ?? teamen in Congiesg. whether old or young, ar.* fn.nk enough about their ntres, set forth In the Congressional Directory, genator Harris, of t? ? nesaee, however, is one of th?- few exceptions. He ? has never pubtlshsd s hint of his year?, bul his Immediate fnmily know thnt h? passed htl se. enry-nlnth birthday hist February. Repri ? ? Richardson, of the Mme Btate, never falls t.. sdd ? few years, when he can work it oui In s story .? tbe Senstor*! expense, In the Presidential campaign tasi summer, wh.-r. Mr. Richards? ? was ?peaking In one of the rural distri t* ol Tenn? he was accosted by an sged countryman wll question: "Do you know Oreen?" "No, ? reckon not," aniwered Mr Rlehardaon "What, don't >?..?! know Oreen In Washington?" rep? it?*d the old man. in tor.es of great lurprlse, "No Bui who is < ;r> en "" aaked th?? Congreiwman, now Intel by hti qu?*stloner*i earnestnesa "Why, he'a one of the biggest men In the world." replied the old man proudly. "Oh. you mean Benator Harris," ?aid Mr Richardson, quickly. "Tea I know Oreen." "Well we were boyi together." een tlnued tlie old man "We play? ? together, though Oreen wai leaving school when l begun." "Thnt must hav ?.een a mighty long ?im?? ago." aald Mr Rl hardson. lookinc Ihe old man over "Yes, nearly a hundred ????? ago." returned th?* vet? eran "Ton see, i sm ninety-five, ??nd Oreen was o'der." ri?f>FKSSION*AI. .IKA l/M'S*.*.?An eminent but caustic lawyer wns asked to-day what he thought of Bryan'* argument before the Bupn me Court In the Nebraska railroad cases. He replied: "I wilt t.ll yon a Story An Irishman once came to rn>? for legal advice In ? matter, and In the ..ourse of our conversation ho toll me about ft laJrsult he had in another State. "Did you win the suiti" I asked ???\.1 a hit,' he replied. 'Did you have s good lawyer?' 'Dlvll a nil of law ?lid he know at all. at all; hut thin lie knew how to till It.' " und not a word more would the lawyer say This appeared to denote a clear case of professional Jealousy, BRIAN /!?*? AN ADVOCATE. G?.??'???. UNAIM?.t?:?:atep rnrri.isM G.?'.?p??? THK Bl'PRENB ?"cirnT WMhlngton, April I (SpeclaD.?The ?cene? ol yes? terday In and n?ar the rrom In which the Supreme c mil ot th ? United Btatei hold.? its alttlng? were re-enacted todsy on a lomewhai lan?.;? scale thsl - : . ?ay, the mwd of peri .'??'? win? were curl s<e \v:i;iam .1. Bryan, lat? r socratlc candidale for tne Presidency, and to hear from his own lips hii ? lea? In regard to what he considered aound law, wai ?omewhat h?ggcr than on yesterday. They were 1 formad In two Unes, Instead of one, to-day, atai pa? , ti?-ntiy swatted the coming of the conquered hero. ' He was prompt and his smile was, If possible, even 1 more expansiv? than USUSl. He had visited tic Whir.? House ?nrii.r In th.- aey and been honored ! with a fifteen-minutes' sudtence by the President. When Mr. Bryan srose and addressed the tTaurt? for the first time In his life, ir la aat I the room w;?s ? crowded, and probably a hundred persona were out? side unable to gala sdmlsslon. if there wen I who exi.ted to bear either sn outburst luch bj I tliat which elect rifled th.? Ch- ago C* tin ? I on or the cog ;?'? sad coherent argument of s round lawyer . and so able advocate they were doomed to dlssp potatment. The chief merit ? t tbe apee eh wsa that it was only f,r;y minutes long He be? in in ? low tons and f<>r a ihn? rambled and flound-red l ? :. ? - an unfortunate pupil whe bad ?.? en irop rf? ?? , ?? ii .?,. j oi had forgotten pan of his lesion. Thui he r in tlnued foi rome twenty mnr.it???. And ? Mr. Brysn'i wanted assurance and confidence *ud denly returned -'."? he Immidlataly warmed t.. hi? work He laid down some legal prop.il - ? ?<??''? "i lhe Coun which must h ive ? ind. d ?'"'" to th? grave Judges ? t.. m h? ad In ??. I, and enforeed hi? ?cjctrlnea w.th all hi, wonted Rn and ; "*nergy. ??.???,??.??_ ?rho heard hi ? . ave re "?.???,! that auch a Daniel had come lo Judgment, tor pur?, unadulterated Populismi s?aa what he Pteached rjnly once did he hesitate or falter He liad been arguing that reasonable railroad frelahl ratea were such a.? would riel ? a fell return on the preient value ol th? railroad, without regard o he ornrinai com of tbs same or the rieht* of'?.'/.,',-?. who ),.,d Invested their money m the h,??),'?V" ,G.. ; railroad company "They t.. 11? of innocent vur Chasers and Innocent h.-.lden of honda" he es? ctalmed, and then went on to declare that there v..n- no su.h 1.,i..?.?i p?r. huM-r* or owners of hir.de. that they had Invested th-lr money w,,? ,>?"' eyes .?pen, or sboiiM hav? d<?!,,? ?? tll|, :>, . . . . lia.i failed It wa: either their failli or their ini? fortune, ?nd the patrons of ih? railroad ?? ,u|.i not b_ held respsMislble, snd so on. until JuatY??. ?jraS quietly asked ' -B? presenl ?relue, ?a you -osan what the railroad . would how sell tor 01 what It would no? . ..-? . | build th.? railroad?" ' 1 Mr Bryan, thus suddenly brought to earth faltered I. Ill ?f:<r a m .menti? hesitation replied that he rm.,m what it wo.lie now cosi t.? build .., railroad l Juatlca Ora?/ kindly refrained from askm?, whether ti., maximum rat'?* fixed by the Commini .n.-rs were baaed upon an accurate computation ihowlng what II woulij cost HOW to retini! J the r.nir.i.j? ,f \,.. braska an?j again Mr. Brysn soars l Into the ?..uhmr .-.aims oi Populisti? oratory, As soon as hi had flnlahed there waa a elumpt-de of sin.? tutors who wtra ?s sassr to get out as they had L.c-n to get in. THE AXGIAJ-VEXEZIELAS TEEATT. MiMs'TFi: ANDRADE r.xi'? rs THAT IT wtt.t, gg it \Tiri:t? this W ttJX. Washington, April &?Although ha hai no ofl I advlci ? tl '?'? M ali U r An Irade ? aperta tha? ihe Q lana Bom lary Arbitration Treaty will be ratified by the Vercauelnn Congres? and by the President ibla ireek \ I on by '.?-?,. : ? .?,,. British Qovernmenl will formally ap? prove it. and then ratificai - e ei n ged r n , r ? ??? don, The ? lei itloni ? etwei p the iw ? Om? it " I ia] ? ti led fo tard pron ?? 1 a? the t ? IHE WM' WEBTER\ FOREST RESERVES. IHENT M'KIN'I in L..TION BT CONGR? ;- ??? ?RE TAK 1X0 ?'"????. Washington, Aprile, The Pr? Idem haa decided iter of ? evoking or modi? fying the onlei ? \: Cleveland setting salda thlr teen foresi reservea in the Weat until he ascertain] - ' ?? ???? -. v. Ill legislate on M??? aubj? et, There Is ?-?:??l to be a legal q lei Ion ? ? ;<? the ?Presi dent's power it 1er exl Una law to revoke an or? d? r of hla predeci ? It la ? ol the Pr -aldi nt'a In? ri ? : '.rd? ?. ? Ify tt by ex ? ?? t r? in in ] ro? ! Iona all ? Is en ten d or aubj? t to ent ry. ?Senator Pettlgrew to-day presented nn at ? | to the Sundry Civil Appropri tion Mil making pro mpleti -??-'. ? ?. of s II the landa em? braced in the nee fo eel r? erves. The amendmenl also gives the Presidi . ? explicit authorlt] to p i/oki. modify or suai end si >? and all auch ex? utl and proclamations, or any part thereof, ? he sili? 11 ?? ? ??: ? ? foi the |"i?'ii? inter. THE PURITAX'S OFFICERS EXOXERATED Washli *rton, April I After a careful Inquli the conditions under which the monitor Puritan wss dlaabtod on her way North from Cfhsrteaton ?iist month, a naval court of Inquiry haa ?1_???1 the r< ponslblllty for tl*.?? breakdown <?n the deebgni whirh are old, ?and has a.?.|illt??l the navi, officer? from blame, The repon ol the court waa made public to day >:t;? r receiving the approval of . tar?' Long BUYERS IS TOWS. K. v. Edward'i ?Sona, Syracuse, ?. ? ?? M ?:..?.?, rds, drygoods, etc. ; Misa McCarthy, millinery, Park Avi nue. w. ??. Prear ft Ca, Troy, N*. Y.?C. W. rr?.. representing? l'ark Avenu? ? i?.run. v????ri.? a Btanler? B?t>etee, Haas.?W. il. Youn-a*, hosiery. Murray Hill. A?i.".m Meldt uni ? And ? son, l'uffal**., ?. ? ng Anderson representing, No. 2 Walker-st. Man? hattan The Pair, St. Louis, Msurioa i.?-vy represe ? tini Marlborough, ?',. W. s Quaelceabush. Troy, N'. Y.-^I. J. M cloaka and aulta Orano, Mandel Broa., Chicago, 111 J. W. Ilut.ter, hosiery. No. ? Crani.lin. ??r;.? d .1. Hlslop, New-London, Conn. J. Hlslop, dry? goods, etc., No. W Broadway, l'ark Av. nue A M. Rotchlld ? Co., ?':;:? ir?, Hl W II, Toung, 1. ath? : good ?. No I Leoi ?ini-et. ? Ieri ich, Han ' ? m? ? ft Co.. Dee Molni ? e ? 3 s Emery, drygooais, ?? , Ni 19 Lispenai*d-st. Mur? ray Hill ? li ? ? larrtaburg, ?Penn.? -J. W. Thomj - dry go ? te. Albert, s. I. Sirena <*.? Co., Montloello, X Y s i. Strong, di ? ?? ?di el AH ert. :: ? ? ;. berta-Byrne ? ?. O. Co., St. Joseph, Mo. I It.? !.. to) s, No. 51 I ll ?? li Hi.?. ? Bon. Warren, ? ??? ll ? Hunter, drygoodi . ? All ? rt, Bat-r A Goldberg, Lancaster, Penn. I, Gold clothing, ? ?.ion ? ?nur??. j. !.. Challfoux, ?Lowell, Mass., clothing, Nether. R. H. Whits ? <??.. ?Boeton, Mass- <;. .1. Carter upholstery goods, No. ? Orsnd st. Imperisi. Kinne <*> Bhei r? r ? ompany, Buffalo, N. Y. M. L Shearer, fun. shing ?..Is, Imperlai Harbeeon ft Co., Cbsrleston, s. C.??I. Harbeaon drygoods, etc. Cosmopolitan. Levy si? in. Cleveland, i?hlo .1. Hnhrheltner, no *!??: N'?>. ?.?; Broadway. Hoffman. John Wanamaker, Philadelphia, Penn.??William Qeyger, furniture, ullaey R, II. White * Co.. Hoston. Mass.-?}, w Fr??und, boy.i' clothing, No m ?'.rund at Imperial. .1. Bnellenberg ft Co.. Philadelphia, Penn. J. J Bnellenberg, clothing and woollens Martborough. J. Quintan ft Co., Baltimore, Md.? I". Wuesam-r. representing Miss M ita???, ladles' wear, ?a l'< Orsnd-al Marlborough Alfred Msyer Washington, D. ?.??. i?. Mayer, drygoods, etc., No ?'-?"? Brosdwsy, Hoffman. England Bros., Plttsfleld, Mssa l>. England, dry goods, ?* Imperial. Rauh Bros, ft Co., Pittsburg, Penn.?M. Rauh, um brellaa, No. 512 Broadway, in perlai. W i!. Lawfer ?- Co., All?Mitown, Penn.?J. n Lgwfer, drygoods, etc., Ko. S38 Broadway, im? perial. .Mai-hall Field ft Co., ?Chicago. 111.?E. Hagen, millinery. No. i"i Worth-et. H?5ffmsn, Marks Uros.. Philadelphia, Penn. K. Mirks, silks and velvela, Hoffmsn. l.l? Broa., ?Philadelphie, Penn.?W. Lazarus, hoys' clothing. Hoffman. I. A. Orsff, Syrscuse, ?. t Csrpeta Hoffman. ??* m Brown A Co., Kew-Haven, Conn O, W ? , : suits, ???. UM Worth-si Btuan ng g Butler S Co.. Boeton, Masa t?. Ltasner, cotton ui d< rweai v endome. U,ai....n .?? Henderson, Boston, Maaa O, A Swal? low. Ia|? s and embroideries Vend?me, I?! B, Mann. ? ?ban;?. N. V ? drygoods, etc. lloff ? ? Btarr ft Co Torli Ponti J. Btsrr, Jt, diy .... ? . , tc. Holl Ma,i?l Brothers. I hli ?go, III F R U cioat? and aulla, ??'?? IW Worth ai Holland <?; Cox ?s.? Co Hartford, Conn M c Marks, clonks .?? d suite, So. IS Llspenard-at. Bt. ? lo id w. c ??".; i. 4 Co.. Danville, Penn M C, Frick, drygo ?di ? ic. Smart. Jordsn. Marsh S Co Boston Mi si W ll pOW) , , r goods Ko I ?.?? ana*? ? H:,r 1 Btl .,,!? ,? McAualan ? Troup Company, Provi ,?,.. ?. ? w. Ca Hender, ?ir., goods, etc., Ne I Walk? r ai Kormandle ? rbes t.- Wallace Springfield, Masa ?. ?. Wal? I, . dry g, **? etc., Ko - Walker-at., Kormandle. ? ,? hall l'i? Id ft Co., Chicago ll Bhedd, repra , N , io? \\, rth -? Holland. Harsh ft Co., I'-?*. Maaa .1 Lamb, . ,. Mi vv tight woollens* .1 Wentworth, I Oreene-sl Adam Meldrum ?"? Anderson, Buffalo, ? Y Fred , ds No. - Walker-?:. Norme III en ?.?. UH? hi II, Korwleh, Conn W. C. , hoyi ? It Ihlnf, No '?.'? Wl ll ?:.?? ? Hushes, wet?-o?hv. Conn W. Wells-re, domestic, G?'.? I-m?o.o Park-ave l, i.ov .iiii'ii... Amsterdam, N Y Fsney goods ?t. Cl? n?' j ? Hoiie r ft Co., Bal Imori ?. e Ho d tw liona ?"-?? I s reirenier, Cai indalgua, S ? Drygoodi ate Broadwa .1 C ?Luta ?'. Co., C rago ? ? ?? w r. ero kr ?. 11 ? ff nu p Kewcomb, Badiamoti ? Cai., ?Detroit, Mich V t Htl ? ?? .,?. Up misi ?... Q rand ? ?. Wilder ft Bon, Oneonta, K Y r. r w ? t. la. el B Georg. .-? : - n .*? Ooo I, Pltub irg, P? nn, I? ??,,.,? ,,,, lions Brosdwsy Cerni .i Roaenba im I Ce Plttaburg, fana m r . \"'p,',?'.pG'" *"d Wl""' i00ji* N" 4~ '"'""????'> ui.uu-r? Brom Swansea .s. i.-u a. bauu,t furnishing guud?. tirami, ??aaeee_, BEftOR PORRUa-V KESIGN6. TBS CIVIL GOVERNOR OF HAVANA TIRKO OF COMPROMISES AND DISGUST-CD, m Acrum may uun t?? w^ruot*? ?sfteioKft? tpi.v vi: vi r.it i.icwi.-? ttMtOTVKtiOt, PSOSABtVI PO? JCtQARO, Havana, April H?It la understood Hint Sefior Jon.? Porrua, who In February lesi lucceeded (ien-ra! Kuan??/. Valdea as civil Covi rnor of Ha? vana and of Western Cui?, hss tendered his resignation by cable to ?Premter canovai, for? warding by mail the reasona f??r th? aet. Cap taln-Genera] Weyler la Mid to oppose the ?resig? nation because be ? ot Idi ra B? Bor Porrua'a pr a ance In the irinnd izpcdlenl for ti*?> time. BeSor Porrua. however, haa evidently made up his mind, and It ta n >t Impossible that the affair may bring about Weyler'a ??wn resignation. H.-iv.r Porrua will asti for Bpaln on April 20. H?? givea up ofllce cheerfully, he aays, liecauaa it will bring? an end of "compromises and dia Kiist." (?? reaching Spain he srlil probably aban? don the political following of BefloT Canovas and unite himself to th?? est?reme wins of the Con? servatlve party, headed by Romero Robledo. The Mar.?ois Palmerols haa ?gone to Clenfu?rgoa t.?f?;? with General Weyler on the resigna? tion of Befior Porrua General Weyler lefl Clenfuegoa yeaterday on the ateamer C? ? < ? ??. Ion, and is believed I ? I.? hla ? ay I ? Juearo, th?? ?port of ?Puerto Principe which is th?? southern extremity of the M ?ron .Tu ir? militar?* line. Crowds <<t ?people ca". r ? ai Clenfuegoa t?? bid him farewell, and cried "Viva Morali ??." referring to General Weyler*? attempta to purify the a hulnlatratlon of Cuba. "The G? ; Conati! atlona?." C itiservatlve. ?/upon the capture at Ft r nundlna, Fla, on Saturday last of tli<* tug Al? exander J h ? ' ? cruiser Vesuvius, ???? thai M.? Adminlal l on of Preeldenl MSKlnlcy ? -;in er ly d alroua '?r complying e Ith ih? neutrallt) lawa In iupp.*eaalng flllbuetering Hi * hope tlint It -vili .ful in preventing the ?; lurgcnta from obtaining aeaiatance ?<??\\ the revolution ends a ? Ima < whli h la aald to i??? appn aching rapidly. Brigadier Has? haa '? ? p transferred to the .Moi : ? Brigadier Ceballoa een pi ? ? in ? I irg at p ??????. The Mar? ie Molina has boati repeatedly attacked liy the Inaurgenta al Portillo and Mor.?, but, oc? cording io "t.- offlelal account, has "invariably ? ihem ???'h musketry and artillery." Lieutenant-Colonel Clrujeda, adjutant to the ?.n"?? ? Reagent, will leave Spain nexl Saturday for Cuba. It la ol Lated that el ?vi ? armed inaur? ?? nts surrendered to Colonel Ba: ?, < ommandlng the vanguard of the Bs-anlah troopa on ;1*." west ia near Artemisa. There have beei unum? ?.of minor ? '? Irmlsl ? ? hai I? ? tllty George W n I : ? ? .?. Agulrre, who was arreated In July laai on th?? charge of having come to Cuba with a filibustering expedition, led by Ban chea ??????!?? rrhi. which landed near Baracoa and who -??? ?re before a marine martial court thai he a*aa g naturalized American and real denl ? :' New-Tork, haa ?.? transferred from the Cabana Fortreea to the city tail The Inaurgenta, led by Paul Chango, have hi ,. up with dynamite and burred the works and e,,ti.? fielda on th'? (Tavajabor plantation, near Madenga, Matanxaa, th?? property of an Amerl ?.i In ? ? rry, and valued at f>?WI0.000; yet ? is rumored hore ?hat General Weyler will ahortly return and ?in lare the Provine??? of Ma? tanzas, Santa ?'?ara. I'li.ar del Rio and Havana "pacifl-ed." General Weyler denies thai the depravation In the paper money of Cuba is ?lu.? t.? sp?? ?ulatlon. ii?? aays the dlfflcull lies In the faci thai ex? change is not easily obtainable on .?"pain. In ri - plj *?. the question ?a b> the Bank of Bpaln senda ? o paper I ? the laland, he anawered, ''Probably the bank would lose by doing ?so." Madrid. April ?"?. It is ????mi-ofhVla'ly denied here Hint th?? Spanish authoritlea ?have entered Into negotiations for the submission of the Cuban Insurgents. The Government bas ordered a vlgoroua campaign t?? be pushed until the r?? beiii? ii is crushed. SPANISH SPI-SB WATCHING BANGUILT Jacksonville. Pis., April 1?Genere! Julio S n gully, tha Cuban leader, who has been it? Jackson? ville since h'st Friday, Is still hers, but In hiding, ii>- Is supposed i" '???? waiting for ?? favorable >? portunlty t?? -^ 111 ? away to Cuba. He is. however, r watched by I pies. BENRY CLEWS'S S'EW BUILDING. t ? ?.. ? . ., fili .1 for th? ? ?? " ? of a twenty? ? >rj "hotel" by Henry Clew*, the banker ? ? ? ? ? by him at Mo. " West Thlrty-foui ? r through to ? 14 ? I W W?*st Thlrty GoxSn feet. Harding S Goooh ar?? the ar? chitect The new building win face r?:? new As ? ? . Hotel In Thtrtj fourth-st and will be Gothic In tyle. Ir will ?.:' ateel ronstr?Bj Ion, 'he llrst ? ? ?? itorlet being of itone and the rest of terra I ?? ?!-. Th.?? wltl he something less than (a.OOO.000 : >n rumored that Mr Clew* would er*>s*t ? la plot to be tiaed for bit ?? ? pur When naked ab ??'..-.*: ('few* that ii?? had so piai ru d ih? I leture ? . light il gei, It ? oiitd be utilised either ? ? reg but?dlng. m GORDY INDICTED FOR UHF MURDER. Georgetown Del., April >'? The Buasex County ? ;? .? Jury returned h true bill of nt to? ? ? agalnal James At. Gordy for the murder of ; la wife formerly Mrs. Mar?, Lewis, of New "fork, rime >j alleged to have been committed near Milton. Del., on March 10, Gordy is m the ? (all ii?? will be brought Into court to-morrow morning to pi? id, and the cane will he ratted for trial next Monda) Mme. Grunert, sister of the arrived here to-day from her home In Brooklyn, and ?ill teatlfy nt tin- trial Important testimony noi yet generally known, will be pro? duced wh< ? the caie op? ? Sfrangili, Vitality, Manhood. KSflW THYSELF. <:. ??. .minis M. l).. N<>. 4 Bnlflnch Street Oppoalt? Revere II??. . Boaton, Ma.?.. Graduala . ? M . . , ? M. ; ? .??., -..??- I*??4. late Mirar, ? o( I itili ??... Ri ?..nl Volunteer*. Chief Conaultlng Phvalctaa to the J'choily Medimi Institute, e*talill?lird in lam. Irmi.'????filili I \liun?l.-.l \ii:.lit?. Atiopli ?? ..'a.. Varlroeele, Nervona and Pbyaleal :>? um. ?:,??';.';;:,r>i.?: ALWAYS CURES IA? ,/,.,<? ?,/, o,,. ..?,'?"'njf.i an?! thr ?v.'?/. Consul tattoo In pii?.ni nr h?? litter Pr.??|itvtii<;, with tlYtimonlal* rpPP ? ??.?? book. Tha Science of Life; .r G ?? tm. IC *?> li-|-ie?.r._t Ion. the price e**ajr, ?70 pp.. Win?. I?9 Inraiualile pre*rrlpllon? f?n acute and rhronle .ii?. ? ? full Bill, ..nit *!.'<?. il.xili .? leal? I Tbp Prahod) Mrdirai lacsltula l?a* aiaa) ?ould-be Imitators, but BO r.inal-.- lUi.lun Otra Id. COWPERT.?WAIT'S RELIABLE ? **? **" ****** raovrTC "Hl ,,"",,,?, ??????"??? ??!??? \-,??GG-?*) noi? lie I oie ? tt ? nil-, n n ce. liOIVQ ?intu?. KM Waal ? in, Btraat, T.M.STEWART, ?se 7th Av<*? WEAR :si ?? *? / ?:? ? r. "Calatali .in-ii ? m?;:. let, illuni e. I. I .T_ HMIi At. si.Ml I 1,11 t l!M I |.III. Flint's Fine Furniture. Delighted are the ecctnomical buyers who are taking advantage o? the mami? la tm ing pri? es. RADWAY'S PILLS. . ? ? ?in ? ? blatt ? ? ? deal : no oihei ???? ??? !? ?< ra m. aa snueh ? mir IMI j ..? ????.? Bi >u\ I ? 10. I lt. - ?rill? im. Katlway'a niia, 2? . ? . ? bos At Dni.Blat? or bi ?' ? 1 RAtiWAl .?. I? .. 1?..? ?Ot, x. ?r-Yor? SPECIAL SALE ? f HAM' .u ... . Ka a. lard 11, re* TO I" ?, > ? ?. .'I up KEPI'KRI IM ?:..? *_M, a?ai Ga rt* Aeeoat - >in hair, if llgtii remov?. .,? au h I. II. \' . a IS . r?? 4)2,1 W He? 1 r,. ? .? '?, lai .s. ?? |, I , .: ? ?, ?. ? ?? . ?:,' , I ? I ?? ? I tlU.?i Wv.ubur>? 1 acial ?. ??? ?ar ??,... doom. 9 AN OPEN LETTER TO MOTHERS. WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE EXCLUSIVE USE OP THE WORD "CASTOBIA,w AND ?PITCHBB* CASTORIV AS OUR TRADE MARK. ' I DB. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hy tonto, Massaohusott.?, wu the or??-*-.. oator of " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," tin? s.inio Hint lcis horno and <loes now bear the fac-dmile signature of (^?j^^^ on efWJ "**-**> This is tho original "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which bu b?sea uri in tho homos of the mothers of America for over 80 years. LOOK CABEPULLt at the wrapper and sec that it to the kind you have always boughtt .?? ha. tho signature of ??y&^t - ** WRAPPER * oiio has authority from me to uso my namo except The Centaur Company, of which Chas. H. Fletcher to Pfuldent March 8, I*?*7? Q?&*m~4e*? &/*?/** <<+*,?% DO NOT BE DECEIVED. Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting a cheap ?substitute , ? t mo f-iraraist may offer von (because be ?make? a few more penale? which soiiu? ?? ii,_. , ? r.,.,,1?? nf which EVEN HE doe? not know. r.,i m tin- _n_jr?p<lieiits 01 w u? u ? THE KIND YOU HAVE ALWAYS BOUGHT BMiftheFM-rimlleStpietiireol Insist on having THE "KIND THAT NEVER FAILED YOU. THI CENTAUR COMPANT. He " ?*' '" IV ?"" ? ???"-? Tott 'ty._ i0M-?^fA.^,?-'? &<?F: Kv:^?^; & .r?fala >.@X<' -'? : aiti '?'t-itw'w.-^-.^ offers th"???> ?.?rt'jn--. !"rk?sd In one: FRAGRANT, OJEANSiW, PRESERVING Prooertles. liquid and powiW in the Mm? petke*-*-?. HALT. & RrCKEL Rff vop.K I'romrtttoet LOXMSi ? MaiMe nt poaodoBi ind ?soaodenne Bi .??;? :.. the postage cenia. COWPERTHWAIT'S DPI IARI F **.??????? tram thr? man* agurla??. l\L.lal.-llJ|.-a mtorU mi tttvm |lir,f?.. ?,!,,,, CARPETS. i.oMi < Rs-DIT. mi \\ <??? ? oli Street. H-nilng, 8"othli*.f. I'- . .? ? l-g, ?:... Hptle. We l??-lli-vr II 1? )"' ????' ?",'ST iOAaT IS TUB WORLD l?>? ??O i??t*?i?i?;?1 n*??*?. Health Food Co.. 61 5th Ave., ar. 1 nil Drugglsta, floro co ano Carriage?? Cp Bros. Mi*. Co. ? Broadway, Corner of Prince St., Builders of CARRIAGES, ACO^S, ?HARNESS. PASiiios \ni.i; ? miti tosi for t.m: ? ?., lit.I.AM II HIM.??? f?.r COS? h, ? pat, :?? ? I? I ??? ??? ????? I ? ? ? ?.. ! ? il .,., till, (. ?. , VAN TASS?,J.I. ? KRARXEY, IM ISD ISS BAST ?:*. I'll BT. 1_.'.. I3S, 1-7. IfU KAST latin ?,t. CARRIAGE REPOSITORY. ll ? ?.?. ?? t in .??,. ? . ? , f ? riunii ? . ?.????.. ? ? ? i a , llllll!l.lll?,\ RKIil ?.??? MI XP. N ? S ?? ?'.\ ?'G\ ??.?*. ? "? It It??? t t.'.I \ 'is *. Il . ailll Vs, \l.l. s(/.r?. t.?'|! ? \ lllt1111 1 , ? mu; .?*. loiMiii ?tin, ?l'IDI II 1*11 U','l'lll*i. ? tl .tins a ?? im it ?? . ?. \\ ?. . -. UPtmi. HOl'KAV ITI W -.i.n-.i?. l'TI->. -1 IT1US M \?.??\??. Lilil?:?' PHAP.TOKS, **( HRK . \\ \..?>\s. Ht > .11(11 I *.*. ?I.UN\ rVTl.'??.?-> in \|: ION?*. ?? : ?? -,???. urli A ?.i ?? Ilenia) ..f PASCI TRAPU. ??.t,? , '. ut , *n ,??... - ? ?, a,..! of th. hl*h?*?l ? r ? '.?? ??? .-r.'. ?..,,. ?.. . i?|p;e stua i. m tli? ?(?? If y?au ar? In r tii.ii h.?? itirsrt? ? |our admira ion \?>?? m,- aura ? ?,,.,,?- lataMl h.r? _ BI.R? M'iill*? TO \l.l. FLOORS, DOWNEY, DUNCAN & WHITE ?? ?G THI LATE J D BttSe I TI S ? CO I, m;w bst -1 ?? Vtte ?*> M'ISIM. ? Milli U.I,-? IMI 'I'll \ G?. 487 & 489 5th Ave. ? ??,? r- u... fair , ? ha? dm in. ? '?? -? '??? ? ?? Ii ? ? ? rrj 1 ...,. ? ? roughl) i,r .,,??:, I.t all ? ? : I * d? al? m? ui I ll#) ?. U .il? i ? und ' ? .??. Mn ...ti? ? MM '. ? ?>? >' ?????-?? ? tal - pi mpi fra*?? drivera; hav? ? ? . ,. .. ?.. ... ? ., idi t . ?in??? and ?f."? ?? ???- ? -.?'?? ?.???. in i-i.? f.....M. ? t.i ?.? ?? ?? d.wi't.K. ?.nuil *Uu?llo? at.. M .?? I'....-. .,.?.??, i ?.-o. Public Notices. ?EALEDBii ? ?G????p?^^p ??Gt h? - liti. ? f tha a ; ?. te 1 -t." r aa?* f ? ... ?, ? .......... % fork?, it II " li .?.--.??.? ,?J ur.J Fifth avenu*, ?'.??., . ? -,, _*> - ' r ? . a . TERIAL4?, HKHlDEa l'ROTKi ?-.t ? . Ml 81 ISO. AND ! BOILER AM' UYNAMO HOC8E, ?????'aPPT'RTS-! NANCtea AND CONTENTI? ?*** ? - POR PCRNIfHINQ AU. T.?: - ? I ?At..?- REQUIRED FOR TH?: INSTALLA ' ? Rl.FRIOKRATlN'l PLANT IN ,5 CASTLE HARDEN Bl'lLPING IN HATTER. PAtl G? r particular* ?et "' .'y Rae?rd ' .??.?4". ?? COMMISSIONERS OP THE SINKIN?. FI'ND OS *??!? . ill of NEW l'ORk ia-4 ri*?i rri) CONTKACTOK?. I'r"ie.-:il? for G,,p?!?,?-? ?* Ins M.-i'rrl...s Bad Pert rmlaa Work In 1 ?, and Compi?tlon ..f a H ?telai i,?:.'..r._ ?, , . ? between Proat ar. ? Sl'ater Btreeti ? Nat \ jtx City, purm-aal ? ? ?l-.:ipr..r To::, u?. of i?'?4 _"s am?_??_t*l by CI apsar ISO La ? ? t ISS?. bEALED ESTIMATES! f.r th?r at?-ve m r_ ??? -??? ??uh ti., abov? title, ala ?? ? ?r paraona making ?;.?? nani??, ar.d 't-.? .:.,??; f ; t?.*n, ?mi ???? r-calrad at ri-- if..-e ? ? - .r Room. No* Il aa*] io Pinone* : H.a.la.?. Na .??? Broadway, ir. the ? :?? : se? until Th'ir?lay. Air?; l.'.-l. 1?.??. Bt 12 ? ir h leb pia.?? and hour th.; bua ??- n t be pu l. . ar. 1 ta ??..- pn ????. e ,,( r?,* G nur.;,?-' r. r? r ? ? ' inn Fund, m .. maj r?.?? r in.ni and read a ?. t?. ..?.?. r! ..f ttie .-.rar.,.!. ,f awarded, Will b? mu ?.? ?, (?? !??*>?? bi'M^r. with sHm?- weuiity, u? ?., a th-raafUf at practicable. Th? per? ?,. or pen n. to whom th* ira.-t nay t? swarded ?*??". bt required to ??????.? at tr* office of ?h? 1)? p*ruri<-m of Public Work?, wire, tt.? >.Ti? tles f.f!'*r<?l by Inni or them, ?nd e*-?it? in- ? within t*?.?? ?'...? ? fr ?.:. ' ?? data f th. larvlc* ? ? ? ? ?, thin ?ft? -. and in um< of fninr? .-.r n**:? la ? .1. ?e or they nil! b? eon* ??.,??-.? ne.1, tt. anil ii? in d?*fa;lt lo ? ? ? ??..-?-. ? r ..??,. ?d and r? ? ? ? contract b? * ?> |i?d. The w rk ? ?t id time et li? I ml** -r cf Publie W Tk?i p., y le r its X l?.- -P. rnn??: m ?ill n? t b? *:ven tr the wttr? drawal of a::y bid r ??t?mate. No bid ?rill be a rptei fn?m, ..r c. nfr.i??, a?arde?t t.. any p?r? ?n who ?? in urre^r? to Ih. OofpOTBtlOS -B*OB ?eW r r t.trae', r wl , l* a -SfSBlter, as Miety ?.r .-ln-rn.???, up?/n any ot..?tv~ llon ? ?!?.?'?-, ration. Tb? -..'Ir. ".rit la t? b. -* ????!?*1?.1 Within Pif" '.*? MONTHS? aft-r the I te of th. ?tanins of thl. coats-act. Th? amounl of aevurlty raqulrad la F1PTY TUOC BAND DOLLARS a? herelnal ? eg? ? \ formi f eatli ? ??- ? .;-i.?r nfinr.a?. -s if tlon at th. ofllc of lb. Comptroller, V -*?> Br ,:??.:? a.? lh. ' -:a ?f agreement, including? th? . ? ? ? for th* w?r?v ? .r full Inf irm.tlon *ea ch i Now ? r? Apr.. .. lavi WILLIAM 1. STRONG May? r. JOHN W. .. It? ?? r'er; AgHBEL P. HT?'II. O ??n-.m'.i . ' anptr iIIt AKSON <?. MeCOOK, Str.-ir.g r"u ? ??mtvrlaln; JOHN ? OAKLEY, Chatnaan C on Finan??, ? ef Allenr.en orriCE OF Till: CLERK ??!? G?? ? OMM *? ? ??' X iu ROOM \ ?IT Y ll ILL NEW YORK CITY M?r ?? ?.*? ?.*.;. tT*HE METROPOLITAN STUEET K.UI.W.iT *? COMPANY Btil tb. BROADWAY AM? -I" "NTH AVENt'E RAILROAD COMPAN1 havlnS ".-I If-HI p ti. ? tearing ?lat? March '-- l*HM ? ih? c ?? ? Illy of N'.-w York, praylna tv It. conaw ?? .'?-.-i to th. r. r.?trj t? a, m. ? .i ? - and oprati ? ? heme ? arar ,.r by an undereroun.I current if el*. : j i.ie track bnuKb*. r ????? a.l na of th? , ? ? at?' railroad, vis.; An e\i?n?i?n .r branch f tha ral root t ?a? Matr | lltai *-r?? ii.. ray ?'? minn' ?? lit the bit? wad I ". ef th? Hewer?? ?nl I'U ?J ?"??: ng ? ttherty in or up ? -he it .?? | itieet, ib*n?*e ? terly In er upon ;? ? ?.-?*?. ?.. C*ntr* h'i?.' and to th. natructloti, mainitnaa ? ar . peral ?tenalOB <*r t.ran ?>?. ef rh? r?M ad of th? Hroadway .? ? Aveaaa Railroad ?'???'.',>. cusa na-nrin?'at th? w?al?rly ?.de .if Itej.lwj? at Ir ?.? ?? ., r and runnlns ib*n?*. ?*??*t?rty In .; ??. ??- ? m? .?..??. t-> Centre ?ireet. anal I ?ar.-? -hl.-n '.? ? P'lut nut over one-half ml!?? fr m ?j. ?. pou? nera" r?r*-p?etf%a an?* r r.?ur->?? . rlanc? ?tr-?? '. ., Br " ?? ?"?'?-*?'. and '.?? ?-'< ItahmMi bj ? ? eonatruetlon of 'lie connecri?n ef ? ? ?? ? ?.? - - j . lbs hurfdce oi aald Bower?, and i m? *'.r?-.-t; ?. w, th*r?-'or*. ruftent to d?r?'t n? ?Iven rn? In ? ??? itlol whl ? ?? ??* id pt. ? ????? ? ? ? ui?-G Mai 53. loOl, and spproved by lb? Mat - M \s\,-. public i? tire of ?u<-h appli'atlon I. hereby *,??" *r 1 ,? ii th? <'li.,n*t-er of th? !'? ? City Hall, in ?he City of Htm Y ?? iraday. ih? ? ??p? IMC ?, :??. .?.:-.:? in th? ?r ppllcatlin ??' -aid raili*oad ? .inpeni?? -ili b? flrst ?- nitdered, ?.? n pnbHc h?-ur'.r.r Ail pereon? lnt?t**et?? ?n rh? applica.?*?! S? b. p..*.T.t h?, th. tlm. ? i:i?. ' r? ?. ? : .? ?r. t?em tUBlty will b? given tliflil ta b?? h?ard In -reto. u?< " TBK '"V''K ,? ? ? ' :- ? I-f?st'ANT ??. ?Tatutory i-.*t|n.ref..*:ii. Dj ??? .? h? *?tv Bl?,??? that An Acs ?? '? aas*- I I '? ' ? t ? ?..? [->*-?? imr. ?ntiii?d IN ? ' t ?? .... ? ? In th? <?)??* ? - th? t ipla; and s I * * - I"'i-'h??- Bolle. ?? I ? live? ? " ?.;? ? -a li bMI ?rill ' ile. of Ih? ?t Ih? City Hall ni ? "' '*..?.?? ;???: . ? i:30 .? ??.?..' ? M . ,? . u. Hall S?n Vork, Apri: ."?' Il I \V i. ?TR Vi r. PI 'USI ? \"G to statutory ???*?*??:??-???.*??. ; e ? : ? gli sa Ih? An Act ha. . . i_rgi*'.atur* ?nittled ? *? A<*T for th. *?? lief of Richard P. Moor., ? rrtlred Itrrman .f ?? of New I ??,.r nelle? ta ' ' I '"?? m ? - . will b. ? rh? ?'.!? ? ill I? th f New 1 ? a.? ???.?: at 2 o'cl k P. 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